New Madison High School - Owl Yearbook (New Madison, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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V , . , B.. , . .' ' 1 ' 'Or 9' ' " ' ' I " Q 1 ' ' .' A' ' ff ' V . ' Q , ' , V ' V ,. i V . . V ' .- '2 Af 1,1 ' - Z - V " I I E B- ' y 1 ' ' ' r ' r I nyc llu packed the new auditorium to hear the address of the state superintendent of public instruction. The next day the students and faculty moved in and. under the supervision of Superintendent Thomas VVenrick, went through the daily routine of school work. The alumni hung a bronze medal in the hall on the top floor in honor of Marshall Brown, founder of New Madison High School. Years went on and activities of all kinds were held in the building to create friendship and enjoyment for many people. School fairs, basketball games, P.T.A's, and receptions were held year after year. Then a new stage was built next to the gym- nasium which added class plays and other stage activities to the long list of means of entertainment. Later a new garage with a modern heating system was built to keep seven school busses in the best condition possible, A large addition was made to the back of the school house which included the large farm shop and which contains tools of all kinds used in this mechanical age of today. Yes New Madison is proud of its school building that will stand for yeais to come No one can put into words or figures the good that has resulted from the erection of this modern building fiom which hundreds of students have been graduated and gone out into the wor ld successfully uit Io SCHOOL BOARD Left to right Dr R P Merrill vice president Kenneth Fourman Wallace Vletor, clerk Glenn Rlegle, president, Conover Gabbert THOMAS K WENRICK S upermtendent Mlaml Umverslty, A B Ohlo State Unlverslty M A DEDICATION We the Semor Class ot 1948 dcdmate th1s 1111111011 to o111 super111tende11t durmg thp past xelr XXL slncerdx LIPIJILLIIIC 111s nuer tlflllg 1b1l1ty and the seruces he offered IH lefmdmg o111 cl 1ss md ou1 school through 4 successful school year. Page Face . . U . I I I , . 1 M . j X .y .4 Z 1 Q . . Thomas K. vVCllI'iCk, who Cll6lCZlVlJl'Cii lu add knwwledge and joy in our lives " ' . ' ' -1 1 ' 51 ' 1.91 MARLENE KING MARY MESSMER B A Physncal Educat1on Enghsh Latm Oh1o Northern Umverslty Otterbem College HENRY K SCHOFER AB Prine: pal Sclence Math6matlCS Wlttenberg College Mlaml Umverslty l MIRIAM ALEXANDER B S KENNETH WILSON B S Agrlculture Muslc Urbana Jr College Cap1ta1 Umverslty Oh1o State Umversxty Page Sm ' 1, ,C i : 5 5 5 51 , . . i l . , . . , , , , ,. , . Qkfd ROBERT CLEAVER B S FRANCIS FRIED B S MathematlCS S C 1 St d E 1 h o 1a u les ng IS Unlverslty of Nebraska Mlaml UnlV6PS1ty Miami Umvelslfy ELIZABETH STUDEBAKER B S. GEQRGE STILES, B.S. Home Economlcs, Hlstory Physlcal Educatlon Mlaml Unlverslty Taylor Umwersxty, Indldnd Wllmmgton College Indxana Unxversxty Page , 5. .vf l 92 01511: , . . , . . , . 411 111 OWL STAFF Left to right Miss Stager mons AdV6I'tlS1Ilg Manager Editor Phylhs Halderman Will Ed1tor Advisor Neva Lipps Circulation Manager Mary Tim Gene Sloip Assistant Editor Harold Carothers Literary Business Manager Dick Wiley Art Ed1tor and Doris As Editor of the Owl of nineteen hundred forty eight I wlsh to express my annual Also my appreciation goes to the staff and class for without them the Owl would not have mateuallzed On behalf of the staff I wish to express our appreciation to Mr Robert Wilhams of the Williams Printing Company Greenville Ohio for his excellent cooperation I have enjoyed working on thls annual and I sincerely hope that you subscribers will fmd just as much enjoyment in reading it Dor1s Will Editor ' 1 ' , ' Q ' , ' ' ' 1 ' - . 5 . 1 . 5 . . y . 5 . , . - .. H . - y - appreciation to the many business men and patrons who have helped finance this ' ' . - X in u 'r P I . U I I l I Y Y I ' bfi' 51,111 LOUISE STAGER B S Mlaml University IN APPRECIATION We the Senior Class dedicate this page of the Ovsl to Miss Stager Hel friendly cooperation her adx ice in writing financing und Arranging the Owl her cooperation trips her aid as she helped us to produce the thousands ot words her explanations on compiling section after seetlon if the Owl hdxe been superb lnspiration to all e deeply appreciate it and iegiet that in the futuie vie will no longer haue the privilege to profit from her thoughtful xx wys ot teaching We wish hei the success zightfully deserved in the years to come 4 I ggi X lm , . . ' ' ' . , ' 1 , . ' v 1 v ' ' ' V v' ' v ' ' V ' ,' : r -r ' ' w . ' in solving our problems, her enthusiastic spirit as she accompanied us on business ' YL L. ' . , ' . Y, fn . . V .' 1 , " I nyc 1411 .-Hy I 64'- dm X x XX Q. 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' 5 'L' -if fv- l- i 7 Zigi. .f r , ' ' - DONALD BAKER FFA 234 Centennlal FFA 4 Ambxtlon To be a mllhonalre KEITH BURNS Class Play 3 Basketball 3 Track 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 F FA Vxce Presldent 3 FFA Presldent 4 Boys Chorus 3 Madxsonette 3 Class Reporter 3 Ambltlon To fmd a good wlfe HAROLD CAROTHERS Track 2 Basketball 2 3 Boys Chorus 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Llterary Edltor of Annual Madlsonette 2 3 4 Secretary 1 Presldent 2 Semor Class Play Ambltlon Dlamond Broker DORIS CLOPP Home Economxcs Club Treasurer 1 Gxrls Chorus 1 2 Madlsonette 4 Class Play Prompter 3 Semor Class Play Amb1tl0H Nurse Page LIL 4 11 1- Paqt 1 it clan GENE COX Basketball 1-33 Track 3-43 Boy's Chorus 2-3-43 Madisonette 3-43 Class Play 3: Student Senate 13 Senior Class Play. Ambition: "To Haul Milk" DICK DOWLER Basketball 3 4 Boys Chorus 2 4 F FA 2 Track 3 4 Ambition Invent a motor that does n t have grease ALAN EMRICK Arcanum 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 4 Track 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Senior Class Play Ambition To own an Airplane and fly in the Natlonal Air Races J IM FALKNOR Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Class Play 3 FFA 2 3 4 F FA Vice President 4 Choruses 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Quartet 1 2 ., 4 Senior Class Play Ambition Farming DAVID GARTRELL Tlcket COmm1tt86 for Sefllfll Class Play Ambltlon Mechanlc GENE GRILE Basketball Manager 3 4 Baseball 2 .J 4 Track 4 Class Play Choluses 2 3 M3dlSOD8tt6 3 4 Alllbltlflll Contractor PHYLLIS HALDERMAN Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Chor uses 1 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 3 Prmce of Peace 234 lCountyJ 2 Scholarshlp 1 2 Cheerleader 2 Drum Major 3 4 Madlsonette 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Treasurer of Annual 4 Senlor Class Play Ambxtxon College I J DOTTIE HELMAN Greenvllle 1 2 Madlsonette 3 4 Home Economlc Club Presldent 4 Ambltlon Housewxfe Puyr 1 lurtcen Page Fourteen NEVA LIPPS Choruses1234 FHA1234 Sub scrlptxon Manager of Annual 4 Class Play 3 F H A Reporter 3 Senlor Class Play AlYlblf.l0D A Good Wlfe KEITH MILLER Basketball Manager 4 Madlsonette 3 4 Llass Play 3 Choruses 2 3 4 F F A 0 Ambltlon To Be A Success BOB PETRY Mllton Umon 1 2 3 Track 4 Basket a 4 F Secretary 3 F F A Treasurer 2 F F A Reporter 4 Madlsonette 4 Semor Class Play Ambxtlon Radlo Techmcxan BILL PIPENGER Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Track 1 2 Class Play 3 Associate Edltor of Madxsonette 3 hdltor of Mad lsonette 4 Vlce Presldent Presldent 4 Choruses 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Stu dent Councxl 3 4 Boys Quartet 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Ambltlon: "M11k Hauler" 4 MAXINE ROBINSON Girl's Chorus 1-2-3-15 F.H,A. 1-2-33 Class Play 33 Madisonette 43 Office 43 Senior Class Play. Ambltxon Nurse DON ROSS Asslstant Art Edltor of Mad1S0l1Ctt6 3 Senlor Class Play Ambltlon Race Car Dr1ver GENE SLORP Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Track 234 Class Flay 3 Asslstant EdltOP of Annual 4 Madlsonette 2 3 Class Presldent 1 3 Choruses 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 Band 12 4 Or chestra 1 2 'J 4 Band Presldent .3 f flce 4 AH1blt1OH Baseball Player MARY TIMMONS Choruses 1 2 9 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orch FHA Trmasurer 2 FHA Vlce Presldent 3 Student Councll PI'6S1dCI1t 4 Vlce Presldent 'J 4 Secxetaly Trea surer 1 2 Machsonette 2 S4 Adx ertls mg Manager of Annual 1 Offlce 4 Sen lor Class Play Ambntnon Pmamst nl' 'W llugt I :ftctu V l . .. ,V I ' ' . AK ' YY ' 4 O - - - g , - -3-41 me 1 1 ' - 1 ' ' - : - - L ' 5 - -3- 3 - . - -3- 3 ' ' 3 O - if ' ' - . ,s n 1 A .1 --3-3 ---1 - , estra 1-2-3-43 F.H.A. 1-2-33 Class Play ' ' 0. , . - 2 , , 0, . . . , . . . - . V . , l . . Mgr: ' ' gif? , l 1 ' - ' U- 2 ' '- - 31,5 5 - . - . - ,,,,,1H' ' ' . 44 4 ' vy ' ,gn I ., . -....-........ I 1.' 1 DICK WILEY Baseball 3 4 Bfwlcvlball .5 4 'Flack 3 4 Mad1SOH6tt6 Art Edlt0I 3 Alt Ed1t0T of Annual 4 An bltlflll Fallhlllg DORIS WILL Choruses 1 2 3 4 Band 'J 4 Madlsonette Z 3 4 Student Senate 3 4 FH A 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Edltor of Annual 4 Payt 51114411 euetary and Treasurer 1 4 Offlce 4 SQHIOI Class Play Ambmon A Good Wlfe SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS DORIS WILL 'secretary and Treasurer BILL PIPENGER President MARY TIMNIONS S7106 Pre-sndent I 4 BACCALAUREATE SERVICES I Proca Ssxonal Inx ocatlon Ru Iameq P1 aygr P6lf8Lt Glrls Chorus Baecalauleate Address Rex Messmer Mublcal Select1on Gxrla Lhorui BQIILCIICIIOII Rm, Jann q COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 1 N LX C 1 PIOCGSSIOHRI Star Spangled Banner Audlence MUSICHI Selectxon Orchestra Speclal Musu SQIIIOI Vocal Ensemble Llass Addreas Dr Waltel Lollms bpeclal Muslc Semor Inatxumental Ensemble fOIlfi,II'1llg of Honoxs. Supt T K VVenr1ck IDIOSGHIHUOII ot DIIJICJHIAS Glenn Re1gle Muslc ll bmlectlon Ouhnstx 1 BCIltC11LtlfJll Ru James lwfl 411 M Huy lla, 0.18 xf ' H .. V, 1 , V' ' v . X I I I Y 1 Sc!! ll .XllCllU1l'llllll. 'l1lllll'rfl1lj' I'1'fL'lllllg, Nl: 1' .2 J, U43 Invocation ...l. ,.,,......,.......,.,,,.....,,..............,,.,.........,.........,...,,,.........l,.,,,,......,, , , .,...,,, Rev. James w r uf 1 1 . V ' , ' .W .' . fx ' . , ., Y , , A ,. .. ' .' .. 1 , l ' ' . . ,. .. ., ,, ., ,,.,,,,,,,,,....e,, ,,,,,.,,... ..l,, ,,,,,.,, ,,,, . . , , .- 1 I ' I IFIV Y YY Y i M i i M Q I i Y Y x " ik' bf' .S'c'z'7 2" 49' l 4 SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Semor Class presented thelr class play on Frxday mght Ap11l 0 under the dlrm ctlon of Mrs Kmg The play Who s Batty Nova " lntlodueed you to the mad merry Hattu famlly I'hey were a lovable famlly but extremely eccentrxc The only normal member of the famlly was August who was LTld63XOI'1llg to start a factory August had asked h1s famlly to act normal when he found that a young mllllonalre and h1s mother vvcre mterestcd 111 lnvestlng 1n his faetoly and were commg to ser hlm But that dld not happen for at that t1me Mr Hatter had bat trouble and h1s qlStCl June brought home an escaped eonuet Whom she vxas trymg to reform Many thlngs happened to delay the mvestment but flnally August got lns factory and the fxmxly settled down for the next event Cast of Characters GO0gl8 Hatter a malden lady Jan Hatter a young magxcxan March Hatter a glrl vuth an amazing me-moly Nlck Hatter head of the fam1ly June Hatter a young crlmlnologlst August Hatter a young mxentor Mr Srrnth a b1l1 collector Stella Grant Augusts flaneee Txllxe Latt1mer a boarder Bartley Snoode a uch young man Mls Antvxerp Snoode hm mothe-1 Edd1e the Rat a LI'll'T'llI'ld1 111111 11111111 Maxme Robmson Jlm Falknor Dorls Clopp Harold Carothers Phylhs Halderman Bob Petry Dons VV1ll Neva LIPPS Don Ross Mary Tlmmons Alan EITlI'lCk . . . . Q, C, .. . . 0 , 11 1 V vv - , , , ,. . ' Y ' ' v Y . ' 1 . . , . . , , 1 1 v' y p ' 3 ' S I ' ' y L 7- ' 1 1 I Z ' :V I V v , ....,,.......,...,................,.................................,,,. , ,...........,,....,.......e..,.......,l..............v,.,,,................,,..... . y. . , . , , . ,,,,.1........,,.,.........,..,.....,...,...,,,.. , ,...,..,,,,,.,r,,...,..,.,.,........,,,,.,....,....,.,,,,,,.....,.., , . ....,.,,,............,,.......,,,..............,....,.,.... . , 1 ........,,,, ...,, ,, ,.......,.. ....... ....... ..... ..Gene Cox , , .,.,.....,...,............,,.,.,........,,,,,.....,,..............................,..,.,,... , ..1,......,,,,,..........,,.e1,,,11..,,,.1..,.......,,,.,,,1......,,,,,.,.......,,, . , .....,.........,.....................,.......................,...,.....V..............,..,.. , ......,,....,.,....,......,..,.......,..,.........,.,,......,,,,,....,...,,...,. . 1. , ' L . ' , ,, ,e,e..,,,.,,.,1.1.,,.,,,,,,,,,,1..,,. ,e..,1,.,,,.,,e,,,,.....,,,.,,,....,,,.. , .. . ji' 1 H1 CLASS HISTORY I Krlroy of 1948 entered New Madison School September 2 1936 What an ex perrence' My classmates were of drtferent kinds and makes all members of the human race although S01"ll9t1I1lLb doubted by my teacher Mrss MlnnlCh There were Doris Alston Jewell Burns Harold Bowers Ronald Cook Gene Cox Jack Darland Richard Emrrck James l'H1kl'1Ol Arlrda Gary Norma Grtzel Helen Good Galen Haw key Dick Hutchins Margaret Lrette Nexa L1pps Donald Max Monnadale Mills Ger ald McCabe Florence lN6WbOWCI Charles Payer B111 Plpenger Richard Shaw Gene Slorp Naomi huth leaford mary T1mn1ons Adr1an Whrte and Doris W1l1 V1rgLn1a Ph1ll1ps Lowell Centers and Chester Sweeney entered my class during the year In the second grade our brains were really tur1ct10n1ng we could even count to one hundred VVe drdnt mean to present a fashron show but one of our classmates mtroduced the new look by wearing a dunce hat Mrs Overbeck our teacher wel comed us although we had lost Monnadale Mrlls Virginia Ph1ll1ps Galen Hawkey Charles Payer Rrchard Shaw Chester Sweeney Rrchard Emrrck and Jack Darland during the summer Maxine Robinson Anna Pease Maxrne Harnrsh Robert Bowers and Verne Hawkey were added to our class When 111 the th1rd grade the girls decided they were too old to wear long stockmgs and the boys donned long pants We were trrrally growrng up The class with our teacher Mrs Beatty welcomed new puprls Bobby Godsey Marie L11ette Hazel Burkett not entering were Florence Newbower Arleda Gary and Gerald McCabe Even though we were IH the fourth grade our class was not advanced 1n friendly relationshrp The g1l1S fought all the time I can gladly say that we signed a peace treaty approximately tour year ago Our teacher MISS Miller kept us guessing all year as to whether or not she was n1arr1ed Finally we discovered that she had been married in the mrddle of the year Those not entering the class were Marie and Mar garet Lrette Howard Ph1ll1pp1 Helen Lou Frmmons Naomi Ruth Teaford Helen and Nina Urrck and Lowell Centers In the fifth grade our boys quartet B111 Prpenger James Falknor Ronald Cook and Donald Max were the rage of the town Though not mature as a class we were already producrng artrsts What a future to look forward to Mrs Eley was our teacher and the new addrtlons to the class were R1chard Parsons Omer Neeley Daniel Ditty and Harold Martm Those not entering were Anna Pease Maxine Harnrsh and Harold Bowers Mr stump was our sixth grade teacher Th1s year our class was mrnus Billy Hawk Richard Parsons Omer Neeley Dor1s Alston Donald Max and Adr1an Wh1te Jack Ray John Texeibaugh alld Lucille Merz were added 1 wrll never forget the first day spent 1n the seventh grade We def1n1tely drdn t l1ke It We presented the play Murder but not Wlth thls motrve 111 mmd Those 11ot entering were Verne Haw key and Harold Martm Rrchard and Betty Shaw Roma Anthony Louise Roe Rlchard Wrley James Riley Dale Hollinger MHFIOH Werner and Billy Hawk became new members rn our class The grrls hearts turned toward thoughts of love 1n the erghth grade only to have them broken by a certarn glamour boy Lucllle Merz Ronald Cook Betty and Richard Shaw John Tuerbaugh LOUISC Roe Bttty Kelley Roma Anthony Lloyd Fort Danlel 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' - I ' - ' ,. 1 ' ' ' x , , . I- ' V v 'Y I J I Y Y I ' ' 1 1 ' 1 i . 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 in h I A 1 7 A rv 1 l 1 ' 1 - V - 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 -1 1 - I , N p - 1 1 - 1 ' ' 3 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 -' 1 1 . . V y , 1 v . sv 1 ' Y ' ' ' ' ' Y I 1 1 1 1 ' 7 7 I Y r y ' ' ' 1 . 1 1. v 1 " ' . , ' 7 ' Y D I A . Y V Phyllis Halderman, Helen Lou Timmons, Billy Hawk, and Howard Phillippi, Those 1 1 - . ' ' 1 .Q 1 ' ' ' N ' Y 1 V ' A V ' I A - 1 1 1 1 1 -5.1 ' ' y y I Y ' I ' Y - 1 J v 1 . D 1 7 . 3 r I ' Y 1 ' A ' 1 Y y 1 Y ' y - ' ' ' 1 1 ' . ' ' ' P f 1 , , , ' . ' 1 ' I V r I ' b A v ' A I V .Y ' Y l . , I , I . , v x Y ' ' 3 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ifuyt Xzuttcru Ditty and Jack Ray didnt continue with our class while Don Ross Doris Clopp and David Gartrell were added with Karl Bowman and Marion VVnrner vwlthdiavxing The hearts of the girls wcrf healed in the ninth grade by the thought of nine boys md only thlee girls entering the class 'lhey were Gene Cox Gene Grile Harold Laro thcrs Keith Burns Keith Miller Donald Baker Eddie Puteibaugh Dick Dowler Rob eit Hileman Betty Royer Ruth Cook and James Riley Collecting mice tails was one of the hobbies of the boys in the tenth grade but the hobby was called to a sudden halt when one of the teachers discovered the boys had put the mice 1n the girls desks Those not entering our class this year were Ruth Look Hazel Burkett Eddie Puterbaugh Robert Hileman and James Riley Events started rolling in the eleventh grade with the comedy mystery Dark House being presented We were very anxious about the outcome and were much relieved when it was a success Llass iings were purchased to gixe eudence of our maturity Phe annual Junior Senior Reception in honor of the Seniors was held at Richmond s Leland Hotel 'lhe tvemng gowns and stitf collars made us uneasy at first but were soon forgotten Dottie Helman Herb Dowler Alan Inmrlck and Bob Petry were welcomed to our class Finally we reached the twelfth grade Some weie glad md others were sad As included Donald Baker Keith Burns Harold Qaiothels Gene box Doris Clopp Dick Dowler Alan Emiick James Falknor David Galtrell Gene Grile Phyllis Halduman Dottie Helman Neva Lipps Keith Millei B111 Pipe iger Bob Petry Maxine Robinson Don Ross Gene Slorp Mary Timmons Dick Wiley and Doris Will Doris Will Maiy Timmons Nexa Lipps James Falknor Gene blolp and Bill Pipenger were the only members of our class who attended New Madison all twelve years We made a trip to Dayton during the first of the year to get our gladuation pictures taken Much of our energy was consumed publishing the Owl It took lots of haid work but we thmk it was worth it Mr Guy Bingham talked to oui class one day on Preparing to Meet Life It stimulated serious thmkmg and made us realize that vue were near the independent stage and the world vxas waiting to see what we could offer I hope we will be able to use the knowledge gained to the best advantage Since I Kilroy haxe proudlv Jouineyed twelxe sears with the Class of 48 I hope that in years to comm people will take pride in saying Kilroy was heie' . 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I ,, .Q um Y tfllfy 4,4 7 1 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY OF 1946 FIRST ROW Dorrs Wlll Phyllrs Halderrnan Neva Lrpps Mary Trmmons Max 1ne Robrnson Frances Frred drrector SECOND ROVV Harold Carothers Gene Grrle Kerth Burns Gene Cox Jrm Falk nor Brll Prpengcr Alan Emrlck Gene Slorp lhe Jurnor Class presented the mystery comedy Tn Dark House on October 25 1946 Frances Frred was the drrector The plot centered around a famrly who was summoned back to therr honee for the readmg of a wrll left by a very wealthy relatrve Everyone was tryrng to get all the money he could consequently many excrtrng thmgs happened rncludrng the murder of the butler and the lHY1S1b1L hand tnat rnscrrbed one drsturbmg word MYSTERY lhe cast was as tollows Cast of Characters Bates the butler Kerth Burns Mrs Hunt the housekeeper Maxrne Roblnson Bencdrct Hazard the lawyer Gene Cox Lcda Evans a fascrnatrng young woman Neva Lrpps charles Exans Ledas brother mercenary Jlm Falknor Professor bcallop a xague professor Harold Carothers Grace Gordon a sweet charnnng grrl Mary Tlmmons Glenn Chandler a handsome young man Gene Slorp Swanee a colored cook Phyllrs Halderman Inspector Malloy a cocky rnspector Brll Prpengcr Flynn assrstant to the rnspector Gene Grrle Orxrlle a young man Alan Emrrck film. cllfl OHL : . , V 4 I V . , , , y - 1 1 1 I ' , . . . , . 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'. , Agp lug' CLASS WILL VVe the bemors of Neva M3dlSOll Vlllage School Darke Lountv State of Ohlo U 5 A bemg of sound mmd and body do hereby ln the last vull and testament w1ll and bequeath the followmg 3bl11t18S and tralts To the Freshmen we the Semors w1ll oul abllxty of leammg the hard way IO the Sophomores vle the Semors vxlll and bequeath our ab1l1ty to speak good Inrghsh We the Semors do hereby w1ll our abxllty to cooperate wxth teachers and other small thlngs to the .Tumors I Gene Grxle bemg of sound body and crazy thmkmg w1ll my abxhty to be a careful dr 1ver to Bob F1sher I Alan Emr1ck w1ll to Joe Cromvs ell my ab1l1ty to go steady I B111 P1penger hav11ng no mlnd vxhatsoexer do hereby Vllll and bequeath my abxhty to stay out of trouble on the Madlsonette staff to Arleen Beasley To Maxme Harnlsh I Neva Llpps VSIII my ab1l1ty to be the athletlc type I Dlck Wlley w1ll to Charles Henrv my abxhty to keep a car on all four wheels I Dorls W1ll w1ll my ablllty to type to Patty Rlegle I Don Ross bemg of sound body and a weak mmd w1ll to Mal tha Hoff my ablhty to haue two dates the same nlght also my ablllty to rxde a motorcycle and not get bow legged To Wllson Bunger I Gene Cox w1ll my abllxty to go W1th good lookmg blondes I Phylhs Halderman vslll to Patty Drew my ablhty to drne people to dlstractlon W1th my chewlng gum I Ke1th M1ller w1ll to Jxm Pxpenger my ablhtx to cooperate wlth teachers I Dorls Clopp hereby vull to Phylhs Dershem my ab1l1ty to eat two hot fudge sundaes ln one afternoon and not ga1n welght To Wlllard Hart we Donald Baker and Daud bartrell vull our ab1l1ty to rlde motorblkes and not get hurt I MHXIHC ROb1HSOH w1ll to Phylhs Stewart my ab1l1ty to get along wlth the boys I Harold Carothers vx1ll to Avalon Folke1th my ab1l1ty to have flts one day spasms the next and a year s supply of pllls to go xuth them lo Dorls Qabbert I Mary T1mmons do hereby w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to be a. teacher s pet and be an honor roll student I Kelth Burns hereby do w1ll my ab1l1ty to be handsome to Jean Jay To Ir1s Young I Dottle Helnean xx 1ll my ablhty to get the man she xx ants I Jlm Falknor w1ll to Dorls Whlte my ab1l1ty to be very qulet To Phylhs Ohx er I Dlck Dowler w1ll my ablllty to be lean and lanky I Gene S101p w1ll and bequeath to 'Nlathalee Shu erdecker my ab1l1ty to have long curly ha1r To Charles Ketrlng I Bob Petry do hereby vslll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to be a good farmer L ltvrllfl Iwo 9 9 :iii ZF'-" 44 Ulf! , . 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I I I Y - , . . . . - - Y 1 v I 4 1 y Q CLASS PROPHECY Furythrrrg., w rs packed we had sard goodbye to our nfrghbors our brlls were rll prrd md my wrfe and I elrmbed rnto our wrng to fly to New Madrson I was rn the proerss of burldrng a factory whrch would coxer a whole block on forty srxth street I knew the factory would be successful because we could sefuu labor from New Mad rson s populatron of 280 000 shrpprng facrlrtres on rts twelxe rarlways and advertrsrrrg through rts newspapers and radro statrons Thrs was to be our frr st xrsrt to New Madrson rn thrrty years so we were anxrous to see what had taken the place of the frre truck they were so proud of the lrttle one room post offrce on Marn street and the lrttle electrrc shop close by whrch sold old style clocks and radros I heard that many of the small tow ns around New Madrson had become rncorporated as a part of rt and Rrchmond was the home of many of New Vladrson s workers We started on our 2000 mrle trrp and were or er New Madrson wrthrn a few hours We couldnt belrexe the beautrful crty we were now ox er was New Madrson Skyscrap ers sw armed the trty wrth parkrng lots for planes on top of thenr We landed at the nrunrcrpal arrport and radroed a taxr to take us to a nearby hotel for lunch and a lrttle rest 'We were telephoned that our new house would be ready for us rn the mornrng cook and all Wrth nothrng to do that afternoon I asked my wrfe rf she would lrke to see a baseball game at Emrrck Park I told her that New Madrson had jorned the major leagues and was playrng Detrort rn a close pennant race We went to the game and as I sat rn the grandstand I notrced a large prcture parnted close to the scoreboard wrth a few words sayrng Dedrcated to Al Emrrck Whose Prtchrng Made Our Team Famous Throughout The Country The face looked famrlrar to me and I realrzed rt was the same Mr Emrrck I went to school wrth Later I learned that he lrved rn the northern part of New Madrson near the old Greerrxrlle Creek I went to wrsrt hrm after the game and we had a happy reunron I asked hrm rf he knew where any of our classmates were and he sard he drdn t srnce he tray eled so much wrth the team He drd tell me though that a statue of one of my frrends was placed at the gateway of a racetrack on srxteenth street We made thrs trrp and at the gates stood a statue of a man on a motorcycle The words around the toundatrorr read Donald Ross Natronal Lhampron Motorfytlrst Yes rt was the same Don Ross who had that old one cylrnder motorcycle rn hrgh school Tht next mornrng we mor ed rnto our new house After breakfast I went to my rral estate dealer and settled the deed for the locatron of nrx future fac tory I asked hrm rf he knew a good contractor rn town He recommended the F G Grrle Co just frxe blocks down the street I took hrs adxrfe and went to see Mr Grrle As I entered the burldrrrg a man approached me and I told hrm I wanted to see Mr Grrle He rang hrs boss on the thrrd floor and then told me I could see hrm rn an hour NVhrle wartrng I asked the man rf Mr Grrle w as honest and relrable He told me that he started to school wrth hrm back rn 1936 and knew hrm to be honest rn all of hrs dealrngs wrth hrm I w rs currous to know hrs name srnce I started to school rn 1936 also He sard hrs name was Kerth Mrller and he was employed as Mr Grrle s prrx ate secretary I later had my talk wrth 'VIr Grrle who was none other than my old classmate bane We settled down to brrsrness and he agreed to send tw tnty cor tractors as soon as I had a dragr rm of my frctory drawn He told me of a good archrtect on the other srde of town whom I went to ste after lunch 1 141111 I 1 Q ji? r...Y 4 'ml I v 1 v J' 'Q 5' f X ' v x r 1 x ' Q 'T 'h Y L' ' i z 1 , 2 K ' ' , . 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' .rr utr ffl, As I walked lnslde the door I notlrcd a board of ten bush buttons one bLQldQ the name of each archltect I studled the tell nanees and Il0t1CEd they W9l all VS lley and of course I kllew thls vxas W'1lex and bons I pu hed one butt H1 xxlluh 11d R J Wlley Presldent and hls QQCICIHIY walked out and took lle to 111 IOUIII IJ ICS o vxonoen and alrplanes drexx my Bttelltlllll to the xx all 1nd I knexx he xx IS th sal lC D1cl1 Wlley 1 knew ln school Aftel a mee talk he sald my plans xx ould be d13V!ll tht next da lhe next IIIOFHIIIS x1h1le xxe xxmlc litlll ble1k11st a man 1 11111 11111 1-mx l us tr patronlze 1115 ddlly Ile lntloduced h1IllS lf as Ml Plpengel I told lllm my ll lllll and to my sulprlse he l0lII0lIlbLltd me X1 lu M418 one of ll x schoolm 1t1s B111 Plptllger I asked B111 lf he knew vxhele any Uthll of H13 classmates xxtlm He told me that Maxlne ROblnSOlI had become one of hls customers aftrl mlllylng a pohce offlcer I asked hlm hel address betause I xxantrd to sae MIXIIIG Nou l111oxx a polltlnlan IS one of man s best frlends I had a qulet day as I settled dovxn to Illllqlh mx plans for the factory The olllx lnterruptlon came xvhell one ol my younger nelghbors came to get aequalnted wlth me I asked her how she got along 111 school and she told nee school was all llght and that she llked hel teacher Maly Brown She shoxxed me a plcturn of Mrs Bloxxn and I almost svx allowed my teeth because she looked famlllar to me ex en vxlth her gray hall lllce Yes the plcture looked just llke Mary Tlmnlolls and I couldnt belleyt she vxas glttlllg so old That lllght I lented 1 car to rlde 1lo11nd toxxn and my Vtlfl suggested that we go to a shovx We pass d llllly theatels before xxe 1 11110 upon a tltle that staltled me It read Proud Father starrlng Kelth Burns as fathel I kept looklng at the marquee wonderlng lf It mlght be the Kelth Burns I knew when WHAM' llght through the trunk of another car' The pollce soon arrlved but before they came I notlced my xx lfe had smashed her arm through the xx lndshleld The p011C8 ladlOGd a doctol vxho came lmmedlately and took my xxlfe to the hospltal I looked oxer the shape of the damaged Cars then plcked up the telephone ln my rented car and called a xxlecker to come The Wrecker arrlved p1Ck9d up both ears and I rode along I asked tht man lf that was the same Kelth Burns that used to llxe near lNexx Madlsoll Ht Sald he xx as and told me that he exen vxent to school with Mr Blllllb SIIICL thc lrlloxx had to be 111 school wlth me too I asked hls name 111d It tlllflbd out to be Dlek Doxxler Vx Q talked all the way and Dlck told me he had beu III the auto bllSlfl65S fol yeals and xxlvcklng serxlce was hls hobby It vxas gettlng late so I took a t3Xl to the hospltal to see mx NVlf6 A 1111151 told me that my xxlfe had recelved l'I'l1l1OI cuts lnd a dOCtOl vxould place stltches ln the nlolll mg After a short vlslt wlth my Wlfe the nurse began to dlagram on hel ovxn arm vshele my vxlfe was cut Her xolce sounded llke a XOILE I used to hear so manx tlnles and I asked lf she exel knevx Dolls Clopp She gunned and Sald hel name had been Dorls Llopp untll she Yfldllled a clrcus manager Early the next Il'lOl'Il1llg I vxent to the hospltal The nurse told me to go to hel room as the doctor xx as tllr IC but before I entered Dorls saw mt 1nd told me he mlght be somebody I knoxx I xx 1lkcd 111 and Doc gaxr nu 1 happy good lllflllllflg I looked on hls satc hel and lead lll gold letttls D1 R L1 Cox My vxlfe told lne th1S was the same Gene Lox Vklth whom I xx ent to sehool I hld to look txxlet and xfxe had a blg laugh We talked aftel he lttellded to IIIX wlfe b11t befole he lctt he told me shi had to stay 111 the hospltal a fwx days llvmzfx P0111 eb' X. 1l'...f..41 rf , ' " ' j ' ' . 1 ' ' 1 sz ' . . 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I went on home and told my cook about the accrdent and that I would have to eat wrth her alone She was a nrce lady whose name was Phyllrs She told me how odd her last name was but sard rt used to be Halderman Here I had my cook several days before I knew she was one of my old classmates Phyllrs told me that her husband was dorn mrssrorrary work 'Ind slrc cooked for busrness men durrng the sunrmer lor pr rc trcal cxpcrrence as she taught home economrcs at Mramr Unrversrty I vrsrted my factory several trmes and Mr Grrle sard that wrth hrs modern ma chrncs he would have rt done wrthrn a few days except for the parntrng whrch he couldnt do I made an apporntnrent wrth a painter who I heard advertrsed over the radro could parnt any burldrng rn town wrthrn two hours He had a small trarn runnrng on a track around the burldrng wrth a parnter rn each car who gave the burldrng a coat Thrs was somethrng new and Mr Slorp was the only parnter rn town who could handle t When I wrote hrm a S2 000 check for hrs work I found he was the same Gene Slorp that I knew rn school Machrnery was all ordered and bought for my factory but rt couldn t run without electrrcrty I asked my nerghbors to recommend a good electrrcran They told me Earl Schlecty was the best rn town so I went to hrs home to see hrm about wrrrng my fac tory Whrle we were talkrng a lrttle grrl walked rn and asked Could I have a precc of candy Grandpa' I told Mr Schcler ty that this lrttle chrld looked lrke a grrl I knew rn school Her Dorrs walked rn the same grrl I krrew oxer thrrty years ago When Mr Schlecty sard he would send several men wrth wire from hrs large storehouse I remembered that he was the same man who starte.l a small erectrrcal shop on old Marn Street The next day I checked my ad rn the newspaper announcing the openrng of my factory In a column close to mme was another advertrsement reading New brcycles wrth radio heater and free wheeling attached have just arrrved at Bakers Brcycle Shop I copred the address and went to see hrm and I was correct rt was my friend Donald Baker He told me that he and hrs brothers owned a brcycle factory rn Rrch rrrond and he sold them rn hrs shop He saw my ad rn the paper and told me if I wanted good flocks to trme my employees I should go to the clock company next to hrs factory rrr Rrchmond I took Mr Bakers advice and radroed a bus to Richmond I walked rnto the huge burldrng the Gartrell Clock Co and asked to see the owner The clerk sard he would call Davrd Yes rt was Davrd Gartrell the same fellow who tore apart hrs Benrus and mme too every day rn study hall We had an enlrghtenrng conversation and after orderrng my clocks I took a walk through hrs factory to see the many patented wat ches he had One whrch rnterested me most was an alarm watch whrch burned your arm and then threw water on rt to awaken you A few days passed and then Dr Cox phoned that my wrfe could be released from the hosprtal Trred of rrdrng taxres I bought a car from Dowler s Auto Sales and took Phyllrs my cook for a lrttle rrde before gorng after my wife My factory was now nearly frnrshed and my wrfe and I decrded to have a large celebratron before openrng rt I thought of havrng a prrvate party but who could I rnvrte" I knew only a few around New Madrson srnce I had been gone so many years and most of those I remembered were old schoolmates of mrne Say that was a good rdea why not rnvrte all my old classmates rn school" name was Doris Wills. Earl flipped his glasses and said that was his wife. Just then Pugc Tn :tx I XlSlt8d many of them agam and asked thtm where the rest of lnw all smatta had gone One saxd that Doxthta Helman s husband had bought a llrgc balhoom n town a few years ago If wt could ham ou1 C61CbI'3.t1011 thexe lt would be pexfect It even looked better when MI Slolp told me I could posslbly get James lalknor and h1s orchestra to fly m from Seattle He told me that Mr Falknor started an olchestra many years ago and was now playmg all 0281 the country I made a 11st of my classmates and found I had seen or heard of all of them but two It took sex eral houls to locate them but I w as successful I found out that Mr Pttry had bought a large farm mal a suburb of Nmw RTHCIISOII Nu 1 I1l'Sll0lblfk was a smger 1n Metlopohtan Opel xs m New York C lty More H1019 mn tlnough mx mmd as I thought Nex 1 could glxe us '1 few gs t l lx 1th Pux coma to g1V0 us a ftw ldeas ibout Hollywood The next molnmg I took a tllp to Mx Petxx s farm and what 1 farn xt w is Rob ert told me of the modern methods hu now had on the farm I w is bewxldertd when we took a 11de on a hog pen w luch had w heels and a motor so th it you could Do out ln the fleld xfter the hogs My factoly was now gOlllg through lts f1n xl stage and was to be opened xn two days Our celebratlon w as planned on the exe of the openmg and I called Nexa to see lf she could come from New York lf I would come after her I also expressed the same 1IIXlt3t1OI1 to Kelth Bulns 1n Hollywood and thev both accepted I got III touch Wlth Ml Falknor and he sald he would come 1n a speclal plane bullt for hxs twenty plece orchestra One of my fI'lQlIdq talked w1th Donald Ross md he sald he would be on hls motorcycle In two days everythlng was planned for the celeblatlon eury member of the class of 48 had been contacted and CXCINODC had agreed to cornc On the ue of the second day people began to arrxve one by one the same people wlth whom I had spent many happy sehool days What a happy reumon thus was to be' Although thxrty years had naturally brought changes m outward appearances I found the evenlng passed hurrledly on and I had managed to talk to everyone that they were stlll the same fI'16lldlX cooperatue gloup that they had been dullng thelr days ln New Mad1son H1gh School qt 1.vm1lv bil y' ' i ,-. ' . . , , , A. 2 1 2 S1 2 wk 1 ' ' 11 7 1 1 - A 2 . . . 2 1 v yi . 1 , - ' . ' v . . . K- , Y ' f Y Y 1' 1 v s v v ' , . - V 1 v Y ' V v .4 111 . A 1 1 , 2 " .' 1 ' 2 . H2 V: ' 2 - ' .' ' ' -2 : ' I '. 2 , '2 ' lf ' ' Y 12 ' f ' J 2 . ' :son El our reuulon unc H , "na :aught 1 ' r , ' 1 1 v , . , , 2 t . ' ' ' '. .' 2 ' I 2 1 '2 - , t 1 1' , ': .' " 1 ' . . V . , Q Y, ' f , ' ' , ' 2 , ff , 2 . 4 v ' ' ' 2 1 1 v ' ' v ' 1 v ' 2 v , ,, , I .I I . . 4 B . . C ' ' - . . 2 , . ' 2 I ' ,f yr L1 1 1 I 11 ' V vs, 1 . P . . 1 - y 1 1 3 y x 1 1 1 ' x V 11 , . I L 71 I . ., Y ' 1 l Y - . , 2 2 V , . . Y . Y U Y. . , 4 JUNIORS PIRSI ROW Arlren Beasley lrls 1 ung Phyllls Olvmr Maxxum H sl Iitty lielgle fatty Drew SECOND ROV! Wlllaro Hart Joe Cromwell Robert Fisher Charles Henrv Jlm Plpenger VS 1lson Bun er Chuck Ketrmg THIRD ROW Phyllls Dershem Dor1s Whlte Jean Jay Avalon Folkerth Phylhs Stewart Nathalee Shnerdecker Dorls Gabbert ABSENT FROM PICTURE Martha Hoff Ofhurs Charles hstrm Secxetxrv Nath al 4 Sl'llVtICl8fkPl Mes Ixesldent Jlmmy I lplnher llfsldent The Jumors had an nrollm nt of 23' pupmls at the outset of the school year but lost Bllly Hoover Alyce Shaffer 'md Dfrxs VX h1te durmg the year Mr wX7llSOI'l was th home room teacher and Ml bchofer was the 1dVlSOI' Mmx members m the class were actlve ln dxfferent OIg3l"llZltlYJIli They Clalmed elght band members the and three basketball stars Durmg the year they sold refreshments at all the home ball games and sold ICQ cream durmg the noon p nod Th y also had a magazme sale contest wlth the sophomores md won T Q most llilpfbltdllt ment ft th may xx as the ln 1oz Stlllfll lxom Vkllllll was held on May 15 at the 6 land Hotnl IH Rlchmohll Indlana Ill! I lllfl X 11 1 ."' , ': X -' J . 'o , i X ', 2, ' 1 1ll'lll.' lv 'z ' 1 . g ,. g v . I ' s 5 1' ' , i, L J A, ' 1 - ' . . 4 . . . K, , . 1 4 K 2 . editor of the Madisonette, one varsity cheerleader .' C rv , .P ' . sv ' 3 Z, P.-f ' h. 5' Af ,' 'inf .Jl - fe-'Q' A' "W-'M' I "-S-' ' " , ' .' L- u' . U- Q - ,Lv 5 , ' '- l H I I mfr' 'CII' -' ..l'f'H o 29 fl fill it IJ JUNIOR CLASS PLAY FIRST ROW Patty Relgle Arleen Beasley ITIS ioung Phyllxs Ohver Nathalee Sh verdecker Patty Dlew SECOND ROW Charls Ketrmg Bob Flsher Louxse Stager Dlrector Charles Henry J1m Plpenger ABSENT FROM PICTURE Maltha Hoff B111 Hoover The Junlor Class Play We Shook the I' lmlly Tree was based on Hlldegaldf Dolsons book by the same name It was a very mterestmg ind enJoyable play full of many CXC1tll'lg and lllI3.I'lOUS events The act on of the play centered on the antlcs of H11de-gaxde vxho Wa constantly gettlnb 1nto trouble and dlagglng her lnnocent tam1ly lnto the mlx ups Last Of Characters Illldegarde Dolson nel ot bemg a vx allflower Arleen Beasley Mr Dolson her fathel Mrs Dolson her mother Sally her younger SISILI Bob her older brotrer Pa ge SIX year old who 11k s to pl xy postman Elhe May Bobs heartthrob .1111 her fuend Freddle Shermer who vxears knlektrs Mr Shermer hls fath 1 Mrs Shelmer Ins mother M1ss Stager D1rector ugt 1 tum Lzylzt Charles Ketrlng Ir1s Young Nathalee Shmverdecker Charles Henry Patty Re1gle Martha Hott Patty Drew .hm P1penge1 Bob F1sher Phylhg OIIVGI I ' , , ' I Y ' ' Y ! , ' . : E I V ' 7 I y 'I 7 1 . . 4 ' w sb, ,v Y 1- 1? - , 'vv , 4 , ,, ' I -. . 3 v D . . D .I , S. , Li , , , , l . ' , ' ' as . ' ' 0 ' ' , ' ' ' Y v f 1 I -' ' . ,tw I 1' ' ......,........ V 'X . , ............ ............... .............. . . , ..........,.................................. . I ' 3 1 ' Jimmy, her younger brother, ............ . ..... . ..... . . . . . . ....... . .... Bill Hoover i ' -' - ' 2 ........ , ......... . ...... ' , , . . .....,.................................... , ...................................................... ' 4 V ' , I '. I I' ...... , ............,............ A l ' . ' C . ' . , . ' , . ' , ' . 3 , ,. , J' SOPHOMORES I-lRbT ROM Bettx Schrar Monnodale Mills Doris Frey Joyc Stewart Patty Black Marcelyn MLLL ir Helen Deacon SECOND Ron Dorothx Biddle Lloyd Rog rs Donna Petrx Tim Gary Lois Falkrror Bob Timmons Esther XX eyiick TPIRD ROW Harold Bowers Jofrn Pearson Willard Karn Dewane Burns Dick Irvine Tom Miller ABSENT PROM PICTURE Patty Burkett Our glass t ough rathtr small numberin 21 very Well represented in the dctxviti s of the school We had a number of loys on the basketball and base bqll teams Marry of our number rrt rrr mbers of the xurious musical orgrrrizatrorrs tln M di on te -.tfitt lrorrrt economics club and lf F A Shortly After school began last t ill in sponsored the irinufrl Freshman Initiation I ir 5 lar the purpose ot school Thq, x cr grand sports and we sine rely hope thu eijoyed the fun Officers Bob Timmons Vice President Mircflxn MeLear President Helen Dea ron Secretary Lloyd Rogers Treasurer Our Class nas b en proud or he hi h scholastic standing they made this 3 dl ind hopes that it can continue to U0 s xx ell in tht next txx o wars Vkc xure xery happy to hue had 'Vlrss btfrgcr as our cliss rdxiser for the past war Vie wish to thfrrrk her for har ucu ll nt rlxrr to 1 ur liss in rrrrttirrgs xxhitli vure held during the year lror turfx 7 V . . , ,i V . .. . v ' Q , . , ' . - ' I . - - ' H 5 , li - - Q ' , . ' g . is 'W 'W r X Y- . 4 - . -' - 4 x r - 2 'X f -' ' ' 1 ' ' r- rr is ,t 2 s . 1 X 4 -' 1 x 1 L " ' ' . ' ' ' 'Q 'L "' x ' ' ' ' more firmly establishing the rrw Freshmen in high I S . 1 8 V . L A .E A is , . .'. ,A . ' r 'i 1- 1 -V . uv 3 v, Q A " . , 54 . :Z--bf 2 r',-,- , v- I ' '. ' ' zr"'4- r'::z.'." 5 'A . ' pf' 7'2" L' Ame 1 FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Dorls Baku Jack Howell Jack Bar a DHVIQI Biker Rober Hubler Kenneth Shlverdecker Elvm Weyrlck Rrehard Ware .lame Campanale SECOND ROVV Devmne Detrlck Martha Darland Mary Gary Mary Hoff Gayle bhook Donna R1egle Ihyllls Hofack 1 Jamce Hollmger Delores Roberts Robert l 'lwrence THIRD ROW Cllfford Conmg Leon Sayne Denver Harter Carl xxflgylt Robert Black Jlm Smk John Hlttle Paul Baker Dale Hlttle ABSENT FROM PICTURE Dan Rosc JIIII Crawford Class made then appearance rn studv hall on Septem ber 2 1947 Mrs Messmer was our advlser We became full fledged freshmen on October Z1 when the sophomores played host at our 1n1t11t1on party enjoy ed glvmg a class assembly program tor the hlgh school ln Aprll Many radlo s als and te lchers Offu ers .hm Smk Secretary Gayle Shook Pr esldent Mary Hoff Reporter Donna Rregle X lee Presldent Elwm VX eyuek I'r asurer were very well rmpersonated by the promlsmg actors rn our class Page Tlzutx ' 'Z ' 1 X '. . ' Fl . ' 2 . ' 'L . ' , ' , ' 1 . sg ' ' , . , ' ': ' ' ' ' . - V . ' ' A V . ' v . 4 V h v I vw I ' . . , ' . . Twenty-seven boys and girls of the Freshman K 5 r ' I ' I X - Y l D . , f ' Q - ' I ' Q . . .Z . We ' ' ' ' . . ' 'f ' , . t . ,. r Y V . . . 1 u Q: ' ' ' 1 - l . V ' . ' 3 1 , , 'Q .1 v M.. ' :Y fix af 'M' W E X JW., 5 fjw- , X ' X gfinl .. ' ' ik ' f 5 11' ,MM lhzhqu Qflzirty Ore 4 11111 EIGHTH GRADE PIRSF ROW Dorothy Allen Norma Frtzverald Janet Dershem Junror Hrndsley Paul Wade Bobby Clopp Joyce Shrverdecker Carolyn Bolrnger Naomr Pyles Col en Hubler George Rergle SECOND ROV! Janet Hamrlton Eddre Davrs Rrchard Hrttle Joan Rodgers Donald Shewman Joan Conley Rob rt Buhrman Earth Fourman ll-HRD ROW Lors Mogle POllChlLt2l Robrnson Shrrley Royer Joyce Olrver Carolyn Hotaeker Barbara Rodgers Charlotte Eubank Carol Sakola FOURTH ROW Samuel Rregle Orvrll Hoo Brlly Joe Hreks Lennox Hogg Glenn Mrller Marvrn Boxx rs Howard Getts Davrd DeArmand James Courtney Roy Werss The trghth grade bo sted of hav Ill., the larg st enrollment of any grade on the rnper floor The hr 1 total of 40 puprls wxrth Mrs Krng as therr advrs r bevcr rl members df the class are members of the band and some of the boys proxerl that they xxrll be good varsrty basketball materral rn anoth r year or two The dass was rn charge of a ehap l program on Good Frrday to vvhreh the Whole ehfol vms rnvrted Efery member of the crass partrcrpated rn thrs program ulx 4 ' 2 ' r ' 5. ' , , ' ' r ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Charles Fitzgerald, Myrna McCabe, Jimmy Schaar. 5 ' 'l'l1" Q' 'I'-zvu SEVENTH GRADE l-IRST ROW Gene Foyer Jamee Ro e Drck Howell Jack Prpen er Gabrellen Camp bell Franklrn Gabbert Janrce Fourman Nacmr Dougherty Kerth Menger SECOND ROW Mary Euhank Carol Hovxell Glorra Sue Lrpps Dorm Bowers Betty Hollinger Shrrley Irwrne Joy Baker Clara Mae Rrtz THIRD ROVS Wendell Thomae Vernon Chamb rs Glen Akens Jack Karn Jerry Lrawtord Larry Erkenberry Jack Eberwem Brll Floyd Dewane Sullenbarger Jrm Hubler ABbF'NT FROM PICTLRE Betty Flatter Norma Hawkey Rrchard Mrller The Seventh grade was very much elated when rn September they were prrvr legfd to move up one more floor to start on therr Jumor Hrgh School career Many new studente entered the room at the begrnnrng of the year and they were welcomed xxarmlx Ther uae a total enrollment of 32 puprls at the end of the year Frred uae the class advrser The members of the Clase partrcrpated rn the Chrlstrnrs program grvtn by thc hr des thrs war Tht play ,jrxen was called The Shepherds Chrrstmm -Xrothr hrbhlr ht tnrs year mu the asstmblx program the gradt presented Thry Dau a Truth or Consequentee radro program and lmrtated some ot the tertherb 114 X Ill W ': , . , . s . ' , ' , g ', - . ,,.,. ' AY ,'. . - v ' ' - ' 3 1 1. y , 3 5, U b ' - T I . I ' ' - ' v V u . . , , 7 . , . . Je - v A V . The class shared the study hall with the freshmen as their home room. Miss , v O' 'U ' H , ' A' ' "Y I ' ' I I f L- x 4 2 , . -- ' ' lfrrk ' Yflllff-' '- Payv Ilurty Four as f 'iii xc N X m i ' XX N f V MIM l Wx W lf. .l ' fig --fffff ,,-""""- it oh ll U U I i n k X wg xcnm1 r' I 5 K LNL Llkiv F., lj, N :bi .A kv NA xMx T U , ..-,-: '--. .,,:-.,:,,-' . bl llz' W w 'Nfl-95' ' V '1"A Tf f Y 1 yu ,.,,,,', .. - --,,,,l.v ji.-, . .,,:,v:: 1 Q ,. .. -'-' 4 X A . . : , . IMDVTE . ." ,,r'4 4 5, in I :GW "' X ,,nf an ". W" 'A+ i S 1 4 4 K . 0 0 XY ,.--,-,, .x Z Si:i?iSXX:QNXi,-, 'xxxg:Q1:.xNQ+ Left to Right Gabbert Jack hubank Mary Lloyd Rogers Slolp VV1llard Phvllxs Ollver BAND Patty Drew Bob Tlmmons Jlm Plpenger Tlm Gary Flanklln Kam Devxane Detrlck James Fourman Mary Tlmrnon Glenna Hoff Gayle Shook Arleen Beasley Dorothy B1ddle Jamce House Donna Jean Rlegle Mary Gary Jlm Falknor Tom M1l1er Gene Kam Dons Wlll Donna Petry Marc lyn McLear Carol Sakola Shlrley Irvme Shlrley Royer Irls Young Jack Howell Naoml Pyles Dorms Gabbert Patty R1eg1e B111 P1penger Helen Deacon Nathalee Shlverdecker APbENT FROM PICTURE Jlm Crawford Martha Hotf Phyllls Halderman Drum Major Mlflam Alexander DlT6CtOT lhe band dlrected for the thlrd successxve year by M1r1am Alexander clalms .54 members four majorettes and a drum major Althou h the band was some what decreasel ln number when the Senlors of 1947 left It stlll remamed very actlve organlz.-1t1on thls year It took part m the school fa1r the Chrlstmas parade at Rlchmond and furmshed musxc and folmatlons for the home basket ball games It also enjoyed presentmg the sprlng mus1cal festjval and the musxc for the MGHIOIIHI Day QETVICQS It 15 also lookmg forward to playmg at the Darke County Falr thls summer Ingg mix f V V - ' V v - V ' ' ' V- V V f V V DV , . . 1 V 1 1 y a -V V V V V f . ' ,V ' " r V V V V f V v . .... . x . . v v V V ' V V 'V V V - l . , . V V - , ' . ' . ' D V . - , , . U , V 1 V - B. V a , . . Y . J , . 1 4 L MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROVR Arlsen Bezmlcy Esther Weyrxck Phy111s Haldclman Martelyn MCLQHI Donna R19 le Helen Dtacon Gule Shook N1thH1C0 Sh1XQIdCCkt'1 Dons 11111 NIQV1 L1pp's Patty Rleglc Mary Hoff SECOND ROW Lloyd Rogers Kelth M111e1 Tlm Gary Jim Plpengsr Jlm Falk nor B111 Plpenger Vhllard harm Gene Slolp Tom Mllltl Bob Tlmmons MISS Al wander Teacher XBSFNT FROM PICTURF Martha Hoff M ary T1mmons 11111151 chool you Thov d1c1 Some Slght reacnng ocvaslonally for VlT10ty and also L yoycd smgm from some Qonhbooks salwagod from tho church fue At thc Sprmg Cone It th y sang Psulm 150 '11 Away md Dup 1 H4 ut -3- ' -21 "' '. ' 2 Q .- S . 1: '. 1 ' 4 J'4 ' w 1 ,. . The mixed vocal harmony of thc music ciepartmvnt mot uvory Friday lluring thc S V' 1 '. 8 ' . - ' " 2 ' ' Q xn- X A ' ,L-' 5 ' s " sz . "Stu ' A 1 " -- ix My . . ' 'lRl11'2'f-1' SIA' I 4 GIRLS CHORUS PIPST ROW Mary Hoff Marv Gary Arleen Bcaalcy Fsthcr VXIWIIKK Ihyll1H Hulflmrmm I-Iclcn Dcarrn Irla Young Dorm Gabbmt Nathxlcc Shlverdockfz Dol S xml N va Llpps Patty Rlegle SECOND ROW Patty Drew Phyllli Ollver Donna Petry Dorm Vkhltc Marcglyn 'VI I c can Avalon Folkclth Donna Rlegle Gayle Shook MHXIHO Robinson Dorothy Bxddlo Phxllls Hofacker Dons Baker Mlflam Alexander teacher XPSFNT FROM PICTURE Martha Hoff Patty Burkett Pxamit Mary TIITIITIOIIS The Glrls CIIOIUS Sang at the flrst P T A meetlng th1Q year at tht Chxlxtmas pro mm for the Spung Concert and for tht Baccalaureate Suvms x Hltlllbtlx ol hm o s me men f olm guls sfxtctte Thx we H 1 n Dlaron Martha Hott Ihyllls Haldezmfm Malcelxn VIcLc'u Mir Hott Y in Arllen Baaslev IS lou sang on sexual occaslons mcludm I T A nutm S IKIXXAHIS mmct1ngS and thi Sprmg Concezt Jul 1111113 .Swan A W... Y w uw v: I ' V, v I A ' J.. vi-,,.' ' y 'lf 1 ' : , :1 . '. , '. ', 2 ' : V, 'i.' V- Iv AY I A by . 1 C I' ': ' , '. ' , , '. ' ' , Q r J JI' I , . '. J . . ' ' ' f , . . Y gl 1 1 I' - ' , 1 A 1- ' 'xg' Six - ' t - ch ru: w'1'1 chc: tl f ' a " ' S 1 . -y '-rc: . ci 'H '.' lv. Th: g' p . q '- .' ' - ' g 2 . . I ,, ' " Y. 'tv .. ' A 1 I ' - . Q U '. . 'H-, I 4 BOYS CHORUS FIRST ROW Tom M1l1e1 Bob T1mmons Jack Howell B111 11pe11De1 J1m Plpengnr Cone Slorp Tim Gary K 1th MIIICI Gene Gr1le SECOND RONV Lloyd Rogers DCXVIIIQ Detuck VV1l1arcl hun I-11111111 Quothus Dick Dowler Willard Hart Gene Cox Jim Falknoi Alan Emrlpk C1111l1s Henxy M1r1am Alexander d1rect1or Helen Deacon P13I11St The character1st1c of boys is to be bo1ste1ous and ths Carnes oxex Il o then oubhc appearance was at the Spring Concert Where they sang B Pltltlflli Savior Rollin Down Jordon and the R1tt Song Sf v11al of tht bovs Hom fhe Cholus p11t1C1pf1ted 1n the Va111ty 'ihovx wh1c11 uns 1 1111181011 spomfmlcll by th 1x1vm111s 111 Ap111 Thos boys more TC1H1Ml11tI B111 l1pcnt,e1 htm Slopp XX1ll1rdKa1n md J1m Falknor lilyt lllzrtx light 7 : ' 1 A ., 1 ' " ' 0' '. ' ' 1 "1 , 7 v I i Y EA h 'V . ' 1 : -, , 1 1 'A , ' 'z ', 11 'L' y , . singing. They delight in raising the housetop- as the expression goes. Their first : ",' f ' " ' 1 ' if '. 1' 2 I .' I 'H A' H " '2 ' -' ' Q K- v -1 ' 1-v ' V 1 crm-' 'i 1 Y " 2 - - V a ' . ORCHESTRA Pianist Helen Deacon Violins Carol Howell Janet Hamilton Esther Vveyrick Naomi Pyles Clarinets Mary Timmons Arleen Beasley Gayle Shook Cellos Joyce Oliver Phyllis Hald rman Saxophones VVillard Karn Gene Slorp Trombone Bill Pipenger Dors Gabb it Drum Tom Miller Bass Fiddles Mary Horf Avalon Folkerth French Horns Phyllis Oliver Shirley Irvin Trumpets Tim Gary Jim 'lhe orchestra did not have many opportunities to play during th past school near It made 1tS flrst public appearance at th Junior class play in November In the spring it played for the Senior class play the Spring Concert and for the commencement exercises The orchestra is a fairlv small group with cnly twenty three members 'lhe string section is very weak but it is hoped tl at it rray be enlarged next year Page llzutl Vuzt , M , ., , , . - : ' ' - , ' , ' . : ' .Yi ' , , : - . Y . 5 2 . Y 1 A . ' , i e : M . ' : ' - ' , . - , . as , Pipenger, Bob Timmons: Tympani--Jim Falknor: Director, Miss Alexander. . t. . ' K. .. V' , . V - , q v is .' Page Forty .-4-'Q .Uv 1 '-"b- -J f 9 six? AR PC 0 ,jg JK' ,- ,, -'--.. I ff ,gf-" ff -:C- 1. 1- ,-,Q-1' ,if-' ""'Z ,4 -,,- ,1- ,,,-1 ,.,- if 4115 1' :Z 1 Q- 4- '-r:i":::5'E:2..E Q ..:a:.- - V. 1 5 9,1 " "" rw., ' 9 1 X .-.m:.-awzf::+:f:- -- . I l A . H 1 .. ,b , - , b 5, "' A Q 1- . 1, 4 X , . M, ,, ' ...'-' ... 7, V ,. , 4 4 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FIRST ROVS Maxrne Harnrsh Jamf Crmparralt Monnodale Mlls Irttv Rug Mary Cary Janrce Hollrnger Patty Black Dorrs Baker aECOND ROW Dorrs Whrte Patty Drew Marv Trmmons Nevr Lrpps Dorrs Xlrll Dorrs Clopp Jean Jay Avalon Forkerth Phxllrs Hofacker Elrzabeth Studa baker Advrser THIRD ROVX Phyllrs Dershem Dorrs Gabb rt Nathalee Shrverdeeker Donna R1e,, Delores Roberts Lors Falknor Dorothy Brdflle Martha Darland Doris Frey ABSENT FROM PICTURE Patty Burkett The Home Economr s Club was newly orgamzed thrs year to take the place of the Iormer F H A Club Thrs was made n eessary by vrrtue of the t'l1FHll'1dtl0Yl of vocatronal home conomrcs from the schools eurrrculum All grrls rn the hrgh school home economrcs classes are elrgrble for member shrp rn thrs orgamzatron The most rmportant project of the club thrs year was th part rt played rn the rnnual school farr held rn October The gurls were rn Charge of scrvrne meals rn the cafeterra and also responsrble for the organrzatron of exhlblts Dottr I-Ielman was elected president rn the fall but turned her clutrrs over to xref presrdent Jean Jay after her graduatron rn January The otrrcers are as follows Pr srclent Jean lax Secretary Patty Drew Treasurer Dorrs Llopp Reporter Nexa Lrpps Irogram Lommrttae Charrmrn Axrlon Polkerth Page forfx One r. 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I ' ., 1 , 'r 1 I V l FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW Donald Baker Bob Petry Ke1th Burns JIIYI Falknor Bob Tlmmons Llovd Rogers SFCOND ROVV .I1m Smk Kenneth Shwerdecker Davld Baker Vhlson Bunger Bob F1sher Carl Vkrxght Jo Cromwell Mr W1lson Teacher THIRD ROW Jonn Pearson Bob Lawr nce Elvm Weyrlck Jack Howell Wxllald hart Dewanc Detnck Cllfford Comne Dale Hlttle Paul Baker Denver Harter Officers Presxdent Kelth Burns V Presldent James Falknor Secretary Lloyd Rogers Treasurer Robert Tlmmons Sentlnel Donald Baker Advlser Kenneth Vhlson The F F A has proved to b one of the most 3Ct1VC O1gal'l1Z3tlOI'lS 1n both the school and the commumty Below IS a number of act1v1t1es ln WhlCh the boys partrcxpated durmg the past year Swxm and plcnlc at S lllwater Beach IH August Entered llvestock and hop shows at Darke County lfalr Made educatlonal exhlbrt at county fan on rot control on the farm Sponsored New Madlson School and Communlty Fan' Held scrap drlve and paper drlve Promoted purebred llvcstock by chanclng off a grlt at the school falr lromotell farm safety by shoxxmg satety frlm ln New MadlSOH Won bzonz awards Ill county and d1str1ct parllam ntary procedure contests Robert Txmrnons won bronze awards mn publlc sp aklng m county and drstrlct Nornmtted Tom Snyder graduate of 1947 fox State Farmer Degree Bought spray equlpment and mateuals coop ratlvely Bought Oh1o Cert1f1ed seed corn cooperatlvely Page I'0rt5 I tto ,' . 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'. sl 9' . 1 v --r MADISONETTE STAFF FIRST ROW Betty Qchaar sophomore reporter Arleen Beasley EdltOI Ills Youll, alt staff Joyce Shlveldeckrr elghtll grade r porter Phyllls Ollver art stuff MHICGIYH MCLGSI assembly reporter Helen Deacon feature edltor Carol llowell sev nth grade reporter uECf ND ROVS Mary Hoff fIFShPldYl reporter Mary Gary gOSSlp DOIIS Clopp mlrnfographlng Phyllls Halderman muslc reporter Dorls Gabbert grade news repolter lNeva LlppS clrculatlng manager Mary Tlmmons typlng Gayle Shook art staff Dolls Vllll assembllng manaver Maxln Roblnson Senlor reporter Lou se Stager Advlser THLRD ROW Harold Calothels current exents reporter Charles Ketrlng art st ff Gene Grlle advertlslng manager Bob Petly F' F A reporter Tlm Gary Yew Madlson IS proud of lts school paper the M3CllSOH6tt6 uhlch prlnts all the rews that centers around th actlvltl s of he school Many hours are spent each nonth on each page of the monthly school paper as reporters brlng news rom eve-ly grade and XXOIR goes on under the supervlslon of Mlss Stager The ut staff do s th ll shale by dlaxxlng plctules to lllustrate varlous artlcles vwhlle the yplng class types tne stenclls The stenclls are then mlmeographed to produce applwlmatelw 300 COPICS of each plge Aft r the mlmeographlng IQ completed the ass mbllng staff is embles the xarlous pages untll they have 300 complete 'lexxspapels These panels 'IIC then dlstllbuteo throughout the school ntlghborlng schools and DUSIHOSQ places ln tovxn ' ' ': K ' , ' 'Q , ' 'J " -' f 1 ' '- ' I . 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' , Page litjlfl I :rec STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROVS Marcelyn McLea1 Gayle Shook Dorls Wlll Mary Tlmmone Natha lee Shlverdecker Carol Howell SECOND ROVX Sammy RIPDIC Charles ketrmg Bob Txmmons Jlm Plpenger B111 Pxpenger Donna Rlegle Officers Ilesldtnt Mary Tlmmone Vlce Pregldent Jlm Plpenger Seczetary St Tre'1su1 er Bob Tlmmons Ihe chmf alm and duty of thls touncll IS to plomote good w1ll md coopelttlon between the students and tha teachers Th counml repxesontlng tha Qtudents has glxf-n to thc adusers opxmons md lU"g,LStl0IlS on Oertun lmportlnt mxttmls whuh they thought would hlttu thi chool suvceso and whlch wan onjoud by excxyone It IS hop d that more paxtloe ot thls typ may he planned ln the future by the LUUIICII Tho councll uae also rmponslblt fox the OIg8I1lZ3I10ll and pllnnxng of tht clams flssemblxes whuh vurf ,Ivan c xch week and enjoyed by the pup1lS In vears to tome It IS hoped that thls counml xull become even a bfttel and mon actlu one one 1n vxh1ch students can place thelr confldence and txusp that then' ldeas uxll be gxven dun consxderatlon 41114 Imfx Four . 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SCHOOL FAIR 1oth 1 Tllll'-vtlllli s sol o 1 vt 1+ 1-ol1 St 11 11 l1 ll tl1e sc ventm e11tl1 21111111 11 sc l1ool 'md communltx f'111 vt 18 held on O1 tobu 10 md I1 'll11s eelebratlon IQ 111 thc put VV1S sponsored by thc Home I'KUYlflIlllLS 2,1115 tht Future F Flllll'-1 f An1cr1c1 the school bl ups n mst tnnxttlx I1 to tlt fallll md home 1ct1v1t1cs ot the COfI'lI11llI1lty lhe talr COITIIHIKLCQ tl s yt ll ll lutltd Thomas Vxillllkk l I ldu KI Lo ol1111me11 Olhe Rlegle VICE Ch'11rm1n Kenneth W1lson Secrttny 1nd lrc 1811111 Sol Royer lxenneth 0111 Henry Schofel 'md C R Smelkm AC1lll1lllStIRt1VL Cilfllllllttll Many other men 1nd vxonun 111 the comn1u111tV suud on v111o11 ommlttees and xxtle rcspons1ble for much of tht success of tht fur The faxmexs 1n the communlty ente1ed mto thls ifst1v1ty whole hldl'6d1X tv xh1b1t1ng ma11y products flfllll the1r farms kltchens anl SCXKIILY, roo1ns Vkhlll busmess n1en dlsplayed thelr 11111 s 111 booths located 111 the g:,ITl1ldSllll'Y1 and tht lovscr hall The boy and gul lecetvlng tl1e most pomts on th611 exh1b1ts h1d th211 11111198 engraved on a lovlng cup donated to the fan' by th KINVHIIIS Club Those e1rn111g, the prlvllege thls year were Avalon Folkerth anl Bob Petly Last yea1 Ma11lyn G1If1ll21n and B111 Hoover wele the vumners Th1S cup whleh IS on d1splay 1n the schools trophy case g1ves students an lncentxve to CXh1b1t art1cles more extenslvely Numerous contests were held mcludmg blCyC1Q IHCCS eo1n huskmg na1l d1lV1Hg ponv races and tractor pulhng O11 Frlday afternoon one of the blgglSt events was the bastbill gum b twemn New Madxson a11d Lcvxlsburg Illgh Schools A lfugt cloud vutntssecl 'h1s Dann and cl1eered the Mohawks on t 52 v1cto1y lx'1y Hadleys Dmemg School of R.lC1'1U1UI'ld supphed tht llltlftlllllllkllt Io1 l11d1V Xllllllf., xlong xx1t1 the Greenvllle klwillli Quartet 7119 blg., nent of Saturclav mormnv was tht llght ml 111 uv Wuhht l1o nu 'ng contest I'h1s contest 1tt1aetecl men t1on1 out of tht stlt p1 url 11141 use mttrtst and 1ttend1nce m the falr 'Xt om oclock on Siturdav people crowded alone both Suits of M1111 Strut t xx lffh tl1e co OI ful parade H1gl1l1gl1l111g the plracle we1e the ss V011 school binds flfllll N111 M3dlq0I1 Gettysburg Palestlne A1c'1num UHIOI1 Llty Hollansbmg., and Mon not Prebl D1v1s1o11s 1n the paradc sep1rated by the school ban s mcludecl iloats pomes tractors horses and f'11n1 n11el11ne1y After tht palaclt 1 hmd cont st xx is hfld vuth pnzes goxng o Gettyslur, ATC'lHl1lll and Unlon Clty The tvxo dxvs of fCStlVltlCQ were cul1111nated 1n a communlty program pustnttd In the scl11ol aud1to11um on Saturday n1ght Miny speclal numbers out p1 nted by talented loc1l peopl tollovttd by movncs and 1 talk by lttv Noble :chlecty Everyone 18 deeplv grateful to the eomm1ttee whost work 1nd coop ldfltlll lt took to make the fa11 such 1 creat st ecess and exerg me IS lool-on forv 11d to un bncgu and bettt1 con1n1un1tx fatr 1n 1941i A1 e' 1 ' 1.1 1 was 1'c121c1l1ed in the hi.'t 'y f tl11 N11 1 M: lim .' -l pol 1 , 1, ' 2 Q1 . 'iff' 12,1 , '- 1' 1 . and 1 1 '21 1 o 1 ' 12 , 1 .1 1 11 'o .1 ll .' lllt' 2 1 .1 1:1 2 tell 11 ' 2 1 2 : ' ' ' 1 ' 1 " "' ' , 11: 12 ' 'IC 1 3 1 '1 ' 1 21111 Cc '1 i 11, ' - "1" I ' ' ,, ' - 1' 2 3 1 ' , "2' 2 "12.' '1'g ' ' ' I 1 1' 1 -V L D x - - 'ya - ' 1 A 1 1. ' , 2 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 11 2 " :va v wk ' 1 ' 1 ' A51 'ik ' l 7 Y - 1: -L 1 J 3 ' ' ' ' 1 , 1 ,' 2 , ' 1 ., 1 c .1 " Y- , 1 ' 1 .' ' 1 1 ' 1t ' .1 ' ' ' 1 1 " 1 1 . . ? . Q W 2 . Y ' ' ' f ' Y 1 v 1 1 1' , , , . , , . 1 I . 1 The program of events for the fair was Wide and varied on both days and nights. ' I ' 1 4 h v L f K x z 711 1 Q 1 '. 'If A I C. 1 ' ' ' ' " ff 1 I ' U' ' 1 I 4 O a - ' 1 v A 3 11 11 2 1' E ' " 1. '. . 'l ' 1 1 1 . 2 l ' B' 1. s 1 ' ' 2 c 1: 1x 1'11' rso lll ' J , ' , . 2 " , 1 ' 1 Q 2 11 and 'o 11 to . 1 '1 : 4 2., 1 F, 2' o 1 1 '. , 1. 1 , 1 ' , 1:2 . ' " , ' J . - ' 1 5. ' ' ' ' 2 1 . : 1 , , ' 1 ' 1 1' 1' . A ' ' 1 J: 11, 1 , A ' . 411 , - , 12 1 2 ' 1' ' 2 ' 1 . 1 '1 .1 1 2 fr fl 1 ., , 2 , 1 1. 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J 'z 54 63 -11:3 '1 ' ' 159 V1 11: ' ' A 55 53 1 .5 "' 48 45 Pagt fifty Two RESERVES FIRST ROW Lloyd Rogers Joe Cromwell J1m Slnk Wlllard Karn Tom Mxller D1ck Dowler SECOND ROW Cllfford Conmg Bob Lawrence Jxm Plpenger D1ck Iwlne Mr mtxles Bob Petry Duane Detrlck Jack Barja ABSENT FROM PICTURE Jim Crawford The New Mad1son Reserves had a very good s ason durmg the year Consequently the prosp cts for the varslty next year are good slnce most of the team graduated th1 year leavlng Bob Timmons and Charles Henry as the only two varslty men Team Opponents New Mad1SOH Lewxsburg Palestme Monroe fDarkeJ Jackson Monroe CPrebleJ Palestlne Hollansburg New Par1s New Paris Ansoma Gettysburg Unlon Clty Franklln Arcanum Page lzftx llzrce ' 15 13 Spartansburg 20 19 ' 9 28 9 29 13 32 33 16 ' 23 26 28 26 ' 19 27 ' 25 21 A 10 24 15 32 ' ' 13 27 ' 16 18 20 31 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL BIRST ROM Jack ham .hm Hubler B111 Floyd Dxud 1J1A1111 llltl 111111 1111 Lntta lVIdIVlI'l LOWCIS Rlchavd H1ttle bl COND RO1 Donald Shovvman W 121111011 Th11111P1Q B111x Ihtks C1111 xlxl 1S Xklll 1 Chambms I Ily Cl 1vxf11rd L 11111 Hong Junxm 1411115165 IHIRD ROW M1 C11 nur C111-11h 1112111141111 G1b1111t Nllll l2.,Ll 11111 M11 D111 lllt bulknb 11,11 J11111s L11u1t11y Ia11y E1k1r1b1111y G1nt Iltlytl S1 ASO1NAL SCORES F1 iITl Oppilnnnta xx M 11114 Butlu Jackson 1111111 Eaton 11111uhl1 OVtlllll1Ll Jagkion Preble E1t11n Pa11st1n1 111v11t1 101 BUTLB H I'OUR1NAM1+ Nl M1111111 141 lflkllfl 11111 H1 Cl 111 1 e fm t111n1Qe ves T101 165011 cd 1 S1111 t tl 1 1 1111 11 some 111 ISSSIN or 5 fm SLC'1 oung te 1111 TIGH ll 111 S A8011 naw nod 11 fo1 no other ICCISOI1 than the fact th1t tl lklltlllllll B1t111 1111 P11est111 111411 on the s1o1t end of the scoung Lolumn '1111 Junlms hd fax the County Charnp10nSh1p was 1nt111upt 11 111 he 81101111 111 111 of the Butler t0UlI1E1l11QI1t by 11 Qn1a1t Flanklm team vsho cam th111u h A111 a t1ght zone def1nse But Just watch theQe san11 boys 111 1950 And dont 111 et hat me told you So P1101 lzftx four f "- 1 1 1 . 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COUNTY BASEBALL CHAMPIONS FIRST ROW Bob T1mmons C F BxllP1penger 2B AlEmI1ck P Jun Falk nor 1B Gene Grlle 3vB Gene Slorp SS SECOND ROW Dewane Detrlck IF Chfford Conmg IF Tom Mlller OF Wlllard Karn C Bob Fxsher CF Jlm Plpenger OF Jack Barja IF THIRD ROW Joe Cromwell RF Bob Lawrence OF Dlck Vhley LF' Jack Howell OF George Stlles Coach ABSENT FROM PICTURE Harold Bowers Jlm Crawford The Mohawk baseball n1ne set a record durmg the past year that wxll be a hard one to beat that of eleven consecutlve W1ns agamst no losses By vlrtue of thxs outstandmg record the boys were acclalmed the county baseball champxons and earned the prlvllege of playm xn the d1str1ct baseball tournament at Dayton The results of the games were Monroe Palestme Umon C1ty Franklm Gettysburg Lew1sburg Jackson Versallles Arcanum Hollansburg N Ansoma Page Fzfty Su' 5 . N. M.-12 -7 N. M.- 5 ' ' fl N. M.4 4 ' ' --2 N. M.- 9 ' -0 N. M.f12 -1 N. M.f 5 ' f2 N. M.- 6 -3 N. M.- 3 ' -2 N. M.g 5 f4 N. M.- 2 -0 . M.- 6 ' 40 TRACK TEAM FIRST ROW Leon Sayne Keith Burns Gene Grile Jim Falknor Bob Timmons SFCOND ROW Denver Harter Alan Emrick Dick Wlley Dewane Burns Gene Cox Gene Slorp Charles Henry Coach George Stiles One of the hi h lites of the track team during the spring season was a meet with Gettysburg The team came up with some surprisingly good material and won the meet by four points Burns Slorp Falknor and Grile in the half mile relay Slorp Falknor Cox and Bowers in the mile relay Henry in the pole vault while Slorp and Falknor tied for the high Jump The New Madison track team has an e'-ccellent past record havlng won five county meets in the last six year and placing second the year they didnt vun Several records set by some of the boys are still standing First places in this meet were taken by Harter in the mile rung Cox in the 4403 Page 151 tx Seten TRACK ago Fifty Eight v -S R , ,, Nw-NW xf-KJ WX f' 'i ,ir X-H? Y 2 fj5 ! ? Pagn I1 lx Vnzc 7 Q vyf! N 5 XJ iii -QMV ff K' k ' ..n-g-- -- vii K, V I I-lv f Af - ,? , fd Z fi ,, W ,, ff, ,, K , L , ly ,f ,, ' l Page Szmf-3 SIXTH GRADE 1+IRST ROV! Janette Funk Glace Ann Hlcks Neva Black Mancha Shlveld tkel Lucllle Hawkey Joyc Gabbard Mab 1 Chambers SECOND ROW Janlce House Glenna Lubank Joe Bowers Larry Hltk Donald Fltzgexald Eddxe Stortn Paul Davxs Miry Flattel Shnley Joe MLCab THIRD ROV! Mrs Slnk R1ta Smlth Shuley Ann Tovx nsend Phyllls Htney I atsy Heckel Mary Jane B1dd1e IVIHllIyl1 Courtney Shlrley Curtntr Dola Jane Darland bhnley Lehman FOURTH ROVX Harold Conmo Jlmnne D1Ck XX aymne Ronald I nrd G ne Sullen barge! Phllhp Patton Paul Ohver Ronald Sakola Stephen Slllk Samnnt Helmuth Kenneth Menosr ABSENT FROM PICTURE Joann Mlller Bruce Wehrly Janette Funk and Joanne MIIIGI from XX ayne Lakes and Sh11le5 Ithman lrom Arn old School Smet th n txxo mort pnplls hut been xddt I to oul numbel In Octob 1 Samnne Helmuth moved hele f om S1de1l Ilhrms and at tht begnnnng 11 the s pond sem ester 'VIar1lyn Courtney camt from IVIlaIll1SbUI'g Two of oul most lntelestlne and vxolthxxhllg plojects utr to help the boys and buls ot Eulop At Thanksbnlng tlme ue fllled shoe boxes xxxth shoes clothlng 'IDU small g1ftS to senl oxtrseas On X 11 I'lt1lI6S Day mstead of exehan mg Halen tlne 111 our room we colletted the money and sent tour boxes of candy bars to the boxs and glrls ln Gclmany v v. , , - , , . ' ' , D, . - Y 'v v . V " ' ' Q L' , , L , . . 'Z ' S rv f ' I v - Y - 'w SY Y. ' ' ' '. V '. , . 1. V I V' . V . ' ' V, S V . 1 ' , Y . I , . ' ': ' ' 01 ' A ' ' ' ' ' , L .2 ' ' , 9 1 - if 'V V 'V - V 1 X V I A O . V , A - We started school in September with thirty five pupils, Three girls were new-V , l I , ' K . v V JI I . - S' 1 i ' -f ' 2 'H ' 1 1 -r ' '. ' e - Q ' in A ' U X ' h ' 1. V - ' . V ' - - V ' , L ' V . V1 .V , V . , U V L . Q-' - ' - 5. so-' V' ' V V' L. ' ' C 'Q ' t 'fx -. 'ze ' ' g " - V C 4 ' x 1 ' 11 V .J , , 4 ' V FIFTH GRADE FIRST ROW Dowlmg Campbell our star speller Rxchard Sust count ten R1chard Ph ll1s Bubemyre we can always count on Phyllls DOFIS Harmsh her volce lS soft arl lovely Evelvn Blhrman she 1S always busy Sue Darland no on works har tr Puddle Wolch we all l1k hlrn Rlchard Chambers a future A 1 mechanlc Sh! UND ROVK Bllly R1tz always SI'I1l11Ilg Marthalle Fltzgerald a good llbrarlan Dale Sullenbarger h1s eyes always twxnkly Bobby Baker a typlcal stud nt Joan Smk she ll go far Mmhael F1Sh9I a book and hes happy Donnle Hubler he lf humor Marlm Falknoz a good worker Mrs Stewalt teacher THIRD ROKR Ruth Delshem she llkes to tease Ina Young a well behaved young ladv Vllglfllii Hlcks sh always trys Llnda Cox she keeps thlng neat Patrlcla Detrlck a r aoy smlle hue Francls Gabbert what makes h r so smarto Joyce H01 llnzer she chooses mod tuends Sally Sue Passon so handy wlth hey hands Domi Ward we couldn t do w1th0ut her ABSEXNT FROM I ICTL RE Gene IINlF6 our glttsd aztlst '1 ' . ' L ' , . A 5 J v 'Y V lc. 'Q N 1 . . ' ' N" 3 , e ' 3 ' -X A ' - , ' ' e ' ' ' N 1 - ' J A . . , , . A ' 'B - , r v' . .Y ' 3 . . , I .I . i . E y , ' . Y likes to buildg Betsy Messmer, always ready to helpg John Bolinger, a keen sense Y v f 'f - v, , ' v' A Page bzllx Om , -. FOURTH GRADE l4lRbl ROW Marrlyn Rrtz Elame Eley Joyce Moore A1111 Fourman Rosemary Hrttle Janet Clopp Wandi Chambers Patty Flory Maxrne Rroyer Carol '-up Srmp son SECOIND ROKR Lee Hubler Donnre Emrrck Phrllrp Helmuth Ronald Drux Judrth Oler Charlen Rergle Arlene RCl1C Glenn Frank Trmmons Brllx Snrrltr Daxrd Olrck THIRD ROV! Vrrgrnra Eubank Gretchen Roy 1 Vrrgmrfr Zeller Mary Ann Hunt Fadonna Resor Jean Lou Eyer Janet Cox Leah Rexrode Marrlyn Locke Mrs Ap Wl ch teacher FOURTH ROVX Dorrs Studebaker Ponald Gary Gary Brow ll Allen Curtn r Jaekre Dowler' bhrrley Mrlls Dor1r11e Howell Eugene Mogle Donald Pearson Jrmmre Rrdout Donald Swabb Sylvra Oler ABbElNT FROM PICTURE Brrhrr 1 lxuth Delores Brown Frve latton Thrs has been the lrrg st elqss 111 school srnce th w xere n the fr t 1 1 Several new students hive Jorned the class thrs year B111 Snldtr came lr n1 Futon Ohro Phrllrp Helrnuth Jorned the class from Sldell Illrnors and Shlrley M1115 cam frrorn the Greenwrlle Toxxnshrp Drstrrct One student Judy Barl y moved to Horlans burb Mrs Apwrsch left the class at the end of the frrst semester and Mrs Carolyn Burroughs took over her dutres for the rernarnder of the year 1 111 . - 1 -, , ,X , - 1 1 1 1 Y . ' , 2 .' , ' 1 .' . . M 5 - L, ' -or 1 A . ' 1 ' , 1' , s 1 5, 1 11 b . 1 L ,. '- ' ' '1 r 1 1 5 1 1 '- A ', i' 1 4 v - 1 1 1 1 1 - 'Q . , . '- 1'. 1 . 1 1 , 'X 1 1 1 1 1 1 . V ' 7 W. 1 1 11 ' ' A 1 . 1 1 1 'I . 1 r 1 ' 1 1 , cg , , 2 Q. 1 . . J , :bf X' ' 1 rs g' 'acl -. V ' ' ' 1 '. 1 ' ' -1 '11 , L 1 . T . if 4: 1 1 -- 1 1 1 .' ' 5 v' v ' ' 1' 1 'L- v ' - U. . . Y IL S 111' Iwo THIRD GRADE FIPST ROW Xngnua Rldout Balbara Detmck Shuley VS elch Susan Hoxxell Aleta Pvlt LOIS Moore Connle Sue Ellex 'Nfancy ODell Claudla SIHCR lNorma Hublel SECOND ROVX Sharo Sehlosser Gary Roberts Klttle Darland Stephen Eubank Joyce Townsend Jerry 'Vlogle Jarnce Ward Paul Conlng Joxn Hublel Larxx Dovnler THlRD ROW Mrs Stauffer teathcr Phllhp Dubbs Donald Dlexx LOIS Hoficker Louise Halrlson Gladys Spencer Shlrley Stewart Dale Bake! Gerald Passon Judy D1 xx Harry Hubler FOURTH ROXX Bob Covxgdl Glen Sayne Vlarun Zellel Donald Robmson Rlch ard Harr1son Terry Smlth Bllly Sullenbarger J1mm1e Srnlth Tommy Mlller ABSENT FROM PICTLRE Peggy Kabel Twenty gnls and Cl nteen boys entered the thlrd grade IH Septemb r 1944 VN W Il sorry to lose one of the glrls Carol Cultlee who moved to Ctntuvlllt Oh1o tally IH the school year Hu plate howexez was soon f1lled by Jamee XX ard who and Shirley Xlelth llfllll Longtelloxx School ln Dayton JO1llEd the CllSb Tln tlass boasts 1 tt ot txuns July and .hmmm bnnth Th 5 Jomtd the broup Ill the second grade Sueral rn rnbezs of thls class ale extremely enthus1ast1c about sports and vull go th hnnt toxxxn Thu re cntnuslastlc about then lessons and work just a hard on them as they Wfllk on the gym tlool s Joxul our K s e not o ntss as 1 11 tu a close ' ': ' ll . . . , ' ., ' ' ' ' . . H ,. . Uv v K. I . .. A - ' 'I ' 1 Y ' ' 2 -l , .A. v , ' ' ': .' , , ' . -, ' ' ' L., , , .V ' 2 ,v If 'NH , ' , . V ' ' I ' ,hy I sf . 'e ', , . ' I, , 'I A , F , - 1 I Y I . ' V' ' '2 . ' ' ' if , 'A 'e lx ' K ' v .f m ' if' r A 1' ' x x 1 ' I X' ' ' 1 ' Y x ' . 1 ' 1 V V f " ' 4 x ' 1 '4 came from Hollansburg. .lust after the holidays, Glen Sayne from Webster, Indiana si ' " .. ' ' W ' ' . 5' " X 0' W- en' - vork this year and fllt a ti ff- t' sad tlt yea ' low to 121115 .Yztlx Hutt SECOND GRADE FIRST ROW Donald Slmpson Susan Chamb rs Carol Hubler Naney Jane Flory Nancy Clopp Joyce Ann Ross Judy Z1mmers Judy Bollnger Carole Ann La1rd Jo Ann Kay Flatter Alan Royer' Betty June EmT1Ck SECOND ROW Ruth Bovsers Carol Ann Teaford Glor1a Kuhnle Johnnv Snldel lerry Inley Margaret Mogle Jean Bowers Kay O11ver Larry Resor Jean Akens Mrs l-lallle Overbeck teacher THIRD ROW James Lee Mogle Jesse Harrlson Bobby Llght Bobby House Donald Patton Donald Hawkey 'Dommy Falknor Jimmy Forte Jack Coblentz bcdaar Vke ar very fond of storles and read many hblary books ln aodltlon to our class books Last year We learned to do manuscrlpt prmt Thls yea: vxe ale learnlng to Wllte On DICE days vxe llke to play out of doors The svwlngs and May pole attract many blI'1S and boys On cold or Ialny days vue en-,oy playlng 1n th gym Some of the boys hav promlse of belng good basketball players ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Gayle Conley, Billy Passon, Joyce Ann Robison, Elaine w ' ' ' I " ' Q . ' e a ft 51 1 fx' Fozzr FIRST GRADE FIRST ROW John Vkatkrns Tommy Ross Karol Fourman Rrchard Moore Pat rrcra Resor Lrnda Chasteen Joyce Hoff Duane Hoover Carol Sue Hollrnger Muncre Eubank Jean Shepherd Larry Rrdout Brlly Allen Oler SECOND ROW Hazel M Mrnnrch teacher Floyd Whrte Kerth Fourman Becky Burk Davrd Wood Jerry Burkett Kay Maule Ray Hubler Jerry Emrrck Judy W ard Leroy Robrson Dorrs Sullenbarger Gale Dubbs THIRD ROW Jack Brown Brlly M ssmer Bobby Cox Dorrance Howell Kerth Stump Jackre McCoy Sandra Sue Curtner Rrta Gabbard Dale Royer Ronnre Rolf Ronnre Drew Carol Ann Rhoades Bobby Mrlls ABSENT FROM PICTURE Drana Penny Robert Frtzgerald and Judy Akens On th thrrd day of Septemb r 1947 forty one boys and grrls began therr School earcers rn the frrst grade of our school Thrs class has the drstrnctron ot havrng nearly twrce as many boys rs grrls and the thlrd largest class rn the hlstory ot the school There were tw nty s xen boys and fourteen grrls Early rn the year John and Dennrs Antol left our school Therr wacarrcres were soon frlled by Judy VVard and Jerry Emrrck Most of the trme was spent learnrng to read wrrte oraw and use numbers Many other actrxrtres of work and play were carrred on One of the favorrte actrvrtres was the rnusrc perrod Wrth Mrss Alexander v. 7 ' ' . , , , r I Y 1 ' V ,l . , . . 1 . . . . 1 . . h , , . . , , r , , , V . , , - V' Y A C ' V I - . N , , . V Y r . . r . , . . y ,I . n '- S - , ' 1'- , . H., ,S -.L , ' . ' , . . ' - , . ' . , - v . , , . . 1 , S lcljjt Ilf September September 22 September 24 September 26 October 10 Oltobex 20 October 31 Noxembel 11 Noxember 27 December 5 December 23 Januarv January January January January February February February February March 1 March 2 March 17 April Aprll Aprll Aplll Maw Mav May May lun S1115 .z 3 SCHOOL CALENDAR bchool optnul Last lap for the Sen1orS Interv1exx ed by Smlth Studlo repnesentatne from Daxtou Ordered Semor lnvltatlons and diplomas 'I rlp to Fldlf.. Lumber Xard S1 bool Fair 'Hui pictures takin at bIlllUlQ m Dayton Photobx rpherq here to take llldlkldlldl puture x 'ull gradea Armlstlce Dax no sehool Thankagnmg xacatlon Dmhtherla lmmunlzatlon 191611113531 at 2 30 for Lhrlstmas XBKRUOII Re urned to school 'mfter a wonderful X3l"itlOIl 1' T A Meeting bln Morse Blnbham here to talk to bemora March of Dlmea Collectlon Photoblapher from Iumpkln btlldlll toflt Ovxl pu tures P T A Meetlng Movle for entlre school Melody for Three Mr Hlnkle talked to gxrls about a nur mg cartel Mr Hlldebrand from the Metropolitan store m Dayton talked to yllllfll bmw VN ent to trlal m Ortenvllle I T A Meetlng Ind bchxsmn of Mldllll lmola BUQIIILQS Lollegs lntmrxlexxmd brmol I 11m on Cancer Varlety shovx Sponqored by lxmanm I T A Mee mg Su lor Chas Ilay Jumnr and Semor Skflllllf., I utx Junnor and Senlor Prom Baccalaureate Lommencement 0 .l V 2 ' ' '. :C ' ,, "1 . X' ' " Spf, ' Y -0 L 'V' , .' l , 5 t : K ' ' ' '.' . ' 20 . . . ' . 23 ' j .. 'U ' - z ' ' .. 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W QF Rf in fi? 5 New Madrsnn Hrgh School Alunrm Class of 1928 Harold Lavxerance Byron Mrkesell Gerald Slorp Rea Brown Russell Oler Harold Harter Charles Stephens Gretta Mae Tovl nsencl Wrlber Roberts Evelyn Eley Mae Trmmons Dorothy Emrrck Vrrgrnra Gabbert Frlna Garland Mrldrend Fowble Ilelen Ovx ens Garnet Coblentz XV1n1fred H111 Vrrgrnra Overbeck Dessre Wehrley I ore Threewrts Katherrne McAvoy Class of 1929 Herbert Jones Galen Eley Vernre Crawford Jalen Eley Helen Srnks VVanda Bashore I owell Vretor Oscar Ullom Delbert Peden Kenneth Prerce Paulrne Emrrck Dorrs Hoff Merlre M1lls Dorothy Mrkesell Wrllrs Kyle Blanche ODell Onda Laughman Fmrl Stump Vrrgrnra Rregle Dorothy Drew Class of 1930 Edna Berrey Inez Brllhrmer George Burns Clay Coblentz Mary Conover Adonna Cox Robert Drew laql brrtx Ezglzt .Iuanrta Eley Stephen Gary Pyron Harter I rrbara H111 I rlph H111 Rav H111 Harold Hlll Marv Ketrrng Hope Murray Ralph Neanen Robert Neanen Vrrgrl Rrnehart Raxmond Rover Frederrek Sehlrentz Frrgene Short Donald Stnmp Marx Teaford Myron 'Poohev Cerald Wrrght Class of 1931 Robert Bashore I lovd Brown Fdna Canothers Ravmond Deacon Paulrne Dubbs F1128 beth Falknor Mrldred Hoff Robert Hyde Flrzabeth Mrkesell Robert Paulme Charles Paulrne ReEtta Mowery Nlsonger Overbeck O Dell Pickens Buryl Wehrley Class of 1 9 3 2 Herbert Alexander Fugene Arthur I ucllle Burns Thelma Clem I averra Cox Robert Crawford Vernctra Crawford Vlrlson Dubbs Lowell Emerrck Lucrlle Emerrck Vrolet Harter Esther H111 Helen Hrll Sheldon Hoff Eugenra Laurence Paulrne Lease Edna Mann Hrlc a Murray C all md Necessary Helen Roark Flza Srnk Albert Stephens Rachel Stoner 1 oldre Vkrehatl Trev'r WlllS Class of 1933 Marv Allen I 'onald Arthur Ieannette Bashore Pwlph Beatty Faxe Bosworth Edrth Bovx ers Rrehard Brooks Velma Brovxn Martin Bruner Clarence Crrckmorc Norma Flex Franc re Falknor Fmma Ceetm Vonda Ce tm!! Thalra Harter Norrrs Hemp Pu ene Hetzler Flsre Hollrnger Kenneth Hoover VVanda Howell Ida Hubler Carl Jones Kenneth Necessary Olrxe Lowdenslager Kerth Slorp Vrrgrnra Slorp Dorothy Straker Irma Stnmp Agnes Wrley Norma Worch Class of 1934 Helrn Alexander Paullne Bennett Dale Broadstock Dale Brown Edgar Brown Paul Brown Dorothy Conover Walter Drew Ruth Anna Duffleld Kathaleen Flatter VVoodrovx Gary Florence Hartman Burldeano Hrleman Lors Hrll Ernest Hrndsley I L I I I W ' 1 .I K A. .v, . , . D 1 , 'A 4 L I P. - ' 4 I. 'iz ' 2 . I . ,, 1 . N . - - . 1 . 1 l 'Y L 1 ' v V , . , . . Y, ., . ,. I , Mary Elizabeth Dufflelrl - ,, . , , - , , I ' I ,, - 41 ' ' 4, fr, , GA t J ' ' F . - 3 I ' . , ti C ' I . . , . - Q ' ' J I L , . A , I J A , . . . . . 7 ,. ' Y' - r . D . , ' Compllments Of THE NEW MADISON INCUBATORS INC MANUB ACTURERS OF HUMIDAIRE IIf r J W FLAIG President b--,,,,.- wa! 'J THE J A FLAIG LUMBER COMPANY Everythmg lo Bulld Anythmg WAYNE STREET TELEPHONE 52 MADISON CAFE BREAKFAST LUNLHES SANDWILHES E SIMPSON Pron PHONE 109 M NEW MADISON, OHIO 1 I T CC 97 Yilzu Clflfxx' j.flL't'fI'1AC .l1rfO11141!1,ull'l,X' l'11f'm'd flzuzlbrzfcu' fn Thu 'O fd ' Vg 'ew . .,..,.'-, , .- Y ' ' ,flap ' o o , SC ' Y 1 ' ' 99 1 N1 Y '1 1 o 1 o l Hollm QI Hi ul uh House btfmlu Tomw Bud Mutm I 9x1 Maxtm Robert Mlllcr XX 0 WQ1 Nogglg Ch uleg Relgle Marv Relglo H1 11 n Qc hh Chtx Flurmncc SIIOIL P1 mms Suxdm VX 1111111 Sullcnbwrgcr R11 h:-nd Spcncor Agms Teafold P1 mcew XX Nd Heli 11 VS llt L1 ulh VX mch Clubs of 1937 Ha7Pl Alex mbex IVf'HJOY'1l Cnothus Ruth Ddrland X ernon Emeuck Blanch FltZVx3tLI I mx Oll Flattm Xhlbm K abbut N nm! H1 Hubmt IXIINIHQI LAVKILIIU. L4 4h I lpps Fxthu Mann Opal N1 utm A111121 'VIC'C"luthn1 'VI 111,111 Nug,g,1m HY RH1 N 11 S1 hllll 1 Pm md Qin: c lx athxxn Smcks Class of 1936 H Hold Bfnshmc Ima Izluhlll xld H111 1 L Rohn 11 Elm V M113 I alknol Iuhn 1+ mehr lbu lx R ilph hood N1 abd Half C lmtfm H ith m x N lm Hn I111 1114 Im New Madlsun Hlqh School Alumm Helen Ixathrvn I mrmme mm Ifmm Yllldllfl 'VIcC'loth111 X11-llllll M0t7c 11 NOIITVI 'Mccssux K uv Pealm If filth P1111 11 Robzlt Smdo R llph Svhlechtx XX 111111 ifhvnz rkm XM 1 1 ull Shum 1 cm N 111.-url Shum aku Class of 1931 Halold Alexmdel Danni Bakel llllll Buwurl m F11 fl S D IJ: rc as IJ11111 x IJOIIS Dubbs I ha1lCQ Falknol Harold Frenvh X elda Hfirtm R xy Hmdslex lu Anm Hof! If Arl I AXNIPINC P11411 LQ nw IxlLhlll!1Q Llpp Fcilth 'VI utm Iamc 2 'VI11ls lmhu Muon Xian I'I7l1?lNI1l rs Russell Smvk Stun 1 1 hum 1 14 Class of 1938 ,, 1 m Inc BOSVNIIIHI ll kn l Ilsu Duckwdll R Lh11miPlq Joe Ehkel Albe It If X61 Delbert FXL1 Ruth.-mna I1 xlknol All Hu X 1 M 'N tl lx umth Jlm 1 I cw S Ill Q iluonco XX nd Clam of 1939 Imhn Ale xmdu I lwvl Alexmdvl I ms Bxwacistml Im F1 mklm Blrmn Cl nk 8111118 15Ul11'ICl Bulk ixf mt vu wb mx uit I Il nun um u mmm H I St mlex Timm, Domthx Inlm 'Slam Iv NUI lb I Puxy lx uvm J m ox I nothx Idflah I x mm Mft lothm alle-1 'Ill Pl xxlllldlll Home l llllllli 1111 J meth Hxkv Class of 1240 nn 1 'UN bmw C hush M 1 P lui Lux Hmlyn Ioulse 11111 P ilph Mattel C larexue Ifmeludn A 111111 H11 QI amti Hx mlms III INS l'l' ' ' gi X' V' I 1? ' ' ' Eilvvll lxIK'I.l'2ll' 1 5 .' - M11 " 'H 1 ' an Iivvrvtt A121111 ' 1 x ' . . . ' " , 21 ' Luis urtin Q-' . 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I I ' 6 o 1 4 L , 5CHROEDER'S Thrifte "E" Market FINE MEATS and PRODUCE A Complete Line Of Finest Groceries EVERY ARTICLE WE SELL IS GUARANTEED TO PLEASE PHONE 122 LENOARD SLHROEDER NISVX M NDISON OHIO BASTIAN BROS COMPANY Rochester New York CLASS .IEWELERY an STA I IOIN ERY Sprlngfleld Ohlo Dist Mgr Complzments Of NEW MADISON LIBRARY NEW BOOKS FOR ALL AGES EVERY MON FH UILN '1 . 1 'R 4 r , , I . , , d , V1 Y Jsk I ' 7 . XI1111. 11:45 A. .XLU15 l'. M. E XM11. 11:45 NM 111 Q: It M. 71 1 ' ' 1f1-1-11g4g1x.11.11151-.x1. . . . 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T NEW MADISON GRAIN COMPANY GRAINS FEEDS SEEDS COAL FERTILIZER and FENCE CUSTOM I RINDING Phone 14 C D KIMMEL 'Vlanager LOWELL R OLER COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE New Madlson Ohlo PHONE 19 F 40 Congratulations Class of 1948 TREATY CITY COAL CO Oreenvllle Oh10 I+ INE QUALITY FUEL Co op Insurance Of All Kmd IRA S WHITE Phone 439 JACK SPRAT STORE Home Kllled Meats HOME OWNED STORE V A BROWN Prop PHONE 8 J 1 N I . . , 1 ' I I 5 Fresh Fruit and Groceries . . , . 0 I' P , . . 5 ' 4 Co plume t GLEN MILLER STOCK YARDS AND Community Sales Rlchmond Indlana MANAGERS a shall W ley Amon R cha PHONE Hollansbu g O 44 Cong atulatxons To The Senlor Class of 1948 WHITE FRONT RESTAURANT A GOOD PLALE FO EAT Phone 93 ALLIE SL TOOTS Prop Merle E Troutwlne Thrift E Market FOODS MEATS CROSLEY APPLIANCES SAVONA OHIO Phone New M3dlSOH 3 W Co plzm nts Of NEW MADISON Insurance Agency New 'VIad1son Ohlo E H K L S Loblentz Agentb m ' ns Of r . ' ' 1 gg N r 97 7 M r i i rds , . New paris, 0.11817 New M3dlS0'H, 0hl0 r , .- . ' m ' e ' r 1 X 1 Y , ' ' . A 9 ' Q , 1 ' , , . . . . , MADISON THEATRE Motion PICCUYCS Are Your Best and Least Expensive Entertamment NEW MADISON OHIO Compliments Ol NEW MADISON Refrigerated Lockers FROYEN room Vegetables Fruxts FlSh E B BEATFY Prop Compliments Of EARL S ELECTRICAL SHOP Glbson Apex Crosley WIRING SUPPLIES EARI D MJHLECHTX New MadlSOH 0hl0 PHONE 36 Compliments Of RUTHAN NA S BEAUTY SHOP HEI EN HOD! IN Mgr INEL HOVI I' LI Opr , 4 J 4 X 7 Y I I R. C. A. Victor--Coolerator J I I LT, I Q. W Y Y 7 , . A f Y 3 A, , S i Custom Rug Weaving Also Rugs made of new fuller RUF S FOR SALE HAROLD BROWN PHONE 87 M New Madison Ohlo BAILEY MOTORS an FARM SERVICE John Deere Farm Implements Dodge Plymouth Autos Dodge Trucks Sales and Serv1ce LESFERI BAILEY Ownel 106 110 E South Street ARCANUM OHIO Phone A13 M Compliments Of SHAEFFER HARDWARE LASTINE OHIO NISWONGERS Servlce Station ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS CANDY CIGARETTES GAS OIL TIRES BATTERIES IHONE 288 1 Labtlne Ohlo W F ROSSER LUMBER CO LUMBER BUILDINf MA'l LRIALS LOAL Arcanum Ohlo Wallpaper See Palntb ELMER DREW Pete Lxnseed O11 for Paper Steaming PAPERING PAINTING FLOOR SANDING A Handy Man lo Lall PHONE JS M I 4 wr 1 1 , J. , N , . - . 1 j . ' r-' 9 A ' West Manchester, Ohio '1 ,V - , O 54 YI 1 1 T 1 I I . I 'I , W . . Y 1 If 9 rf 7 PURE OIL STATION Instant Service Always STANLEY E HOGG ACCESSORIES Txres Tubes Batterles PHONE 82 M New M3dlSOH Ohlo Compliments BOB S SALES an SERVICE Sax Ona Ohlo Complzments Of VIOLA S BEAUTY SHOP Permanent Waves Halllwell Kera Kold Wave PHONE 6 SUTTONS SUPER E MARKET ARLANUM OHIO ALLEN S MARKET GROCERIES MEATS DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Braffettsvllle Ohlo PHONE New Pans 1814 SH EWMAN'S GARAGE BRAFFE ITSVII LE OHIO PHONE 12519 SOHIO Standard Oni Dealer HILL S SERVICE STATION FELEPHONE 110 New Madlson Ohm Top Qualxty GASOLINES OILS TIRES BATTERIES 25 ACCESSORIES ' Of I V 9 1 9 I I - Y 7 New Madison, Ohio I , 0 I V I ' 1 , . ' Y 1 L 4 , D E I Baker G P Baker Compliments Of PHONE 232 W GIBBONEY BAKER BROS AUTO SALES IMPLEMENT STORE Ford Dealers Massey Davls CARS TRUCKS BUSES Dunham and New Idea Farm New Holland Balers PHONE 270 ARCANUM OHIO Comphmem of EBERWEIN 81 SON MevAY s DX DX GAS OILS GREASES CONFECTIONERY GARAGE SERVICE 3 REPAIRS News Stand and Sportlng Goods PHONE 60 GREENVILLE OHIO New Madlson, Ohlo I O Q N 0 0 221 Martin se., Greenville ohie Equipment , - BETTLEON COAL COMPANY QUALITY COAL If You Want Coal Buy At BETTELONS New Parlb Ohlo WELLS AUTO SALE INC N 11th Abtreet Fine Used Ca s At Popula Prxces PHONE 2312 R11 hmond llldldlld JEFFERIS 81 COLE General Store GROCERIES HARDWARE DRY GOODS Palebtlne Ohlo Complrments Of T e Fnrsl' State Bank West Manchester Ohlo and F D I C Compliment Of ASHENFELTER CLEANERS New Pane Ohlo MARCELLA'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 133 Eldorado Ohlo Open Evenings By Appozntmenl O 1 . r r . Y 5 5 U 17 . , . . l . - , . 1 . - Member Federal Reserve System 9 ' s s s . ' 7 I 19 . . Boost New Madison HOLLINGER GRAVEL PLANT LANDSCAPING Y5 GRADING R S HOLLINGER Prop PHONE 8 F 40 New M3dlSOH Ohlo SHANK S RESTAURANT an RE CREATION STEAKS CHICKEN SHORT ORDERS Palestlne Ohio O E RICHARDS Realtor EATON OHIO Phone Eaton 249 West Manchester 106 Branch Office at My Residence Kalser Frazer KINDELL MOTORS High Class AutOmOb1I9S 949 Sweltver St I reenvllle O PHONE 1172 WHOLESALE RETAIL I d . . , . . I . , . 7 All size Farms and City Property - - , F, . 1 o P 4 . I , 0 W OBRIEN 81 SON FLORIST Greenvllle Ohlo BOB S SALES an SERVICE Savo a Uh REED S TIRE And GULF SERVICE U S ROYAL Martln and Green Streets FREENVILLE OHIO C, pl Of WAYNE GEETING SAVONA 01110 Deal I Coal and I' eds OWL BOOSTERS E C JOBES Jeweler NEW MADISON OHIO MR F H PICKENS BRAFFETTSVILLE OHIO CENTRAL STATES Office Supply UNION CITY IND ETA PI KAP PA Sororlty CENTRAL Drug Store GREENVILLE OHIO Compliments Of I O A , . . 9 n' , io 1 Passenger and Tractor Tires Get Our Price Before You Buy ' ' Compliments Of I , I O , . O O I , . 'om iments . y O 7 1 er n ' ' 'e ' Eldorado Creamery Co. an Eldorado Frozen Food Lockers LOCKER PHONE No 4 LREAMERY PHONE No 41 Eldorado Ohlo NEW MADISON FEED C0 Purma Feeds Concentrates Grxndlng and Mlxmg FARM SUPPLIES HAROLD OLIVER Mgr PHONE 94 New M3dlSOH Ohlo T e Second National FREENVII LE OHIO Eldorado Garage ALLIS CHALMERS New Idea Farm Machmery Sales and SCFVICC Tractor Txres Llquld Fllled Fl l IA tyl W ld PHONF 72 Eldorado Ohlo Raymond Kxmmel C V Stayton O , . 'u . . Y I , . ' 7 . h ll ' 1! O a Q c Accessories 1' e and Take Repairs 4: riuam , ve fone 'e ' Q., J v I I , 9 HORN S HATCHERY Play Safe Get Horn s U S Approved Pullorum Controlled Chrcks PHONE 92 New Madrson Ohlo Congratulatrons To The Class of 1948 WRIGHTS MARKET Dellvery bervlee PHONE 18 W H A GEETING AUTO CO Ford Products Sales and Service Dlstrzbutron of Smclalr OILS GAS and KEO PHONE 249 McCLU RE ELEVATOR Carl Conard FEEDS COAL GRAIN SEEDS FARM SUPPLIES CALDERWOOD SALES and SERVICE WILLYS PALKARD REO GREENVILLE OHIO GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 603 S Broadway GREENVILLE OHIO J A EVERMAN SHOE REPAIRING Wolverme '25 Wear U Well Shoes RUBBER FOOT WEAR Complzments Of SELLMAN'S 116 118 West Fhlrd I REENVII LE OHIO I New M3dlSOH, Ohio Phone 33 Eldorado 7 I I A, When You Need Can Goods Go o WHITE VILLA They re Real L I FLATTER New Madlson Ohlo PHONE 120 SEARS ROEBUCK 81 RETAIL bTORE 126 W Thlrd breenvllle PHONE 948 Be Sure Insure FARM BUREAU A R MOTE Home Offlce Columbus O 324 W -Ith 143 A Compliments Of THE GREENVILLE FURNITURE C0 H W WILL NEW MADISOIN OHIO LAWNMOWER CABINET NOVELTIES '25 REPAIR SHOP PHONE 31 McFARLAND S Brown Bllt Shoe Store I REEIN VILLE OHIO Buy Your GRADUATION WATCH GRAY'S JEWELERS 601 S Broadway L REEIN VILI E OHIO Complzments Of GREENVILLE UNION STOCK YARDS T , O , , ' . 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