New Philadelphia High School - Delphian Yearbook (New Philadelphia, OH)

 - Class of 1940

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So We have tried to make this year's Delphian one which will help you remember that this year is a high spot in the his- tory of our school. f CQ Q45 ,af ,,,,.1.41-f'f'- ly 1- ..r?f"'9f'v,, ,. ..,.,,,.M -.-4 ., .. - -'.f': .5pBggf'f',--fifil 55,,1f,.?,E.,..9:.J- , I .H-.,,.,,1f -, .- f V M. ff. ., I .If-,,..f ',f,',,.fz",,.- '-' - .. -, A q L -. ,,1f..x: . .-f- .,,, ... '.x.,.,.'..:4. - ff:-5-1315?-Q14--1''uf - - ' 2 r, Q . . , , V , 1 Q .,..,.... 4: ' w -'Z ,., f"'gglf"f sim, J ,-. .XIJCAQFQ Q I' n -' 'LQ' -1 ,,. D I 1 Q P ,M .s. 4 .F wrt. .-,4v....c.., 1.1 .,,,,,, 1- , ,,-4 - - 1 . ...fr Ti? ,K-'W'-. . 4" .af--b5""" '..-214' 1' In 4 l ,Z. ,..:i:gL.'-A .. I' ,rf-1.7 -e-1 .f r ' 7 , - ,,.,.,,........ ., . .--W: , . :vw':rm."4v"f' " J .- ' X, .-- , 1... , ' .23-WL.. . Q it-Eff , f:--wif 132 '-",'f1f.,, 'f9f',N:-':.':'71:'f?f"'-' - . . .. - : '1i"4"z 155: .4 ,A .W-1, ,, ,,..,, A,s-:cv -' . X 1 'mx N 1 ,ffh 'ful' .,y.vf -, r-W-.. 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QUE me ADMINISTRATION ' THE SCHOOL BOARD -is WALTER R. RITTER, Presidenz Mr. Ritter was born in Dover Township. He was educated at N. P. H. S. and Bethany College. He was Z1 school teacher and is now manager of the Buckeye lklachine Shop. - DR. BURREL RUSSELL, Vice President Dr. Russell was born in Findlay, Ohio. He was educated at Findlay High School, Findlay College, Western Reserve, Medical School at Kirksville, Mis- souri, and University of Michigan. He is a doctor and is a trustee of Ohio State University. A. O. STUNEBROOK, Clerk-Treasurer Mr. Stonebrook was born in Bakersville, Coshocton County. -He was educated at Scio College and American Normal College, New York. He taught school forty-four years and was a principal thirty- five years. He was a member of the County Board of Examiners for six years and City Examiner for eight years. At present he is a member of the Coun- ty Visiting Board. 5112? ff-6-J ADMINISTRATION CLETUS A. FISHER Mr. Fisher was born in Baltic, Ohio. He studied law at Ohio State University, and he obtained his A. B. degree at Juniata College. He has practiced law here for twenty-five years. He is a member of the Rotary Club and the Hospital Board, and he is Chief Counsel for the Conservancy District. RICHARD F. TUCKER Mr. Tucker is our new board member this year. He was born in New Philadelphia. He was edu- cated at N. P. H. S. and Ohio University. He is president of the Dover-New Philadelphia Junior Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Board of Directors of New Philadelphia Senior Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Board of Directors of the Tuscarawas County Y. M. C. A., a member of the New Philadelphia Recreational Board, and an insurance man. DR. C. J. MILLER Dr. Miller retired from the board in January. He was born in Jefferson Township, Tuscarawas Coun- ty, and attended N. P. H. S. and Cincinnati Medical School. Dr. Miller is an active physician in New Philadelphia. 5135 ff-4-D ADMINISTRATION -Cb-we THELIVIA E. BUSBY Sefretflry to the Sufierintenrlfnt Mrs. Busby is secretary to our superinten- dent. Her other duties consist of handing out locker keys, managing club funds, and supervising the book room. 5414? H. S. CARROLL, Superintendent B. S. in Ed. - M. A. Our superintendent has a sincere interest in that type of education which will be of the greatest benefit to students when they take their places in a complex society. His kindliness, sense of humor, and sympathetic understanding set a fine example for all of us. He is the mediator between the towns- people and the school and keeps harmonious relations between them. A ADMINISTRATION J. B. RUDY, Prinripal B. S. in Ed. - lw. A. hir. Rudy is a willing and patient counselor of every student and is always ready to lend a sympathetic ear to the students' problems and help solve them satisfactorily. He keeps our school running smoothly. He directs the Vocational Club and is particularly in- terested in vocational education. Q A U? C vu Y EVELYN PARSON Secretary io the Prinriprzl -4 ' Miss Parson cuts stencils for our tests Qhe keeps the class records, send announcements and is the capable leader of the G A A 2315? If I 0 1' ! FACULTY Business flrithmetic-FRANCES K. MEYER, B. E., A. B., M. A. She has a smile for everybody all the time and is thoroughly fitted to take charge of the Charm and Culture Triangle of the Girl Reserves. German, Plane Geometry-SUE FELTON, Ph. B. She delights her students with her knowledge of German. They come from her classes equipped with a knowledge of German literature and a vocabulary of everyday speech. VVe hear that nothing is spoken but German in her German Club. Syed. E.,'?f12Z5w. flmerifan Government, English -- LILLIAN MAURER, A. B. bliss blaurer astounds her students by her vocabulary. She is well- read and therefore makes her subjects very interesting to the students. Slie is one of the editorial advisers of the Delphian, a Senior Class adviser, and president of the Senior High School Teachers, Federation. English-PAULINE SHUMAKER, A. B., M. A. She supervises the publication of the Central News, our school paper, and helps to ma-ke it the interesting paper it is. She also assists in guiding the affairs of the sophomore class. i Chemistry, Physics, Biology - LEILA HELMICK, A. B. Aside from her scientific activities, bliss Helmick has charge of the Music Triangle of the Girl Reserves and directs the G. R. orchestra. Althoi h short in stature, she can take care of the biggest of students. I X14 I ' awe Q FACULTY CD41 Biology, Frzfulty Jllanager-HERBERT A. STOUGHTON, B. hir. Stoughton books the teams for our athletic teams to beat and keeps them outfitted in brilliant uniforms. He is one of the Forum Club advisers. BooH'f'f'l1i11g, Typing II Shorthanrl-NIARGARET lll. STEINER, ' B. S. in Ed. lvliss Steiner is in the Commercial Department of the high school. She is thoroughly capable of handling her subjects and is admired very much by her students. She directs the Handicraft Triangle' of the Girl Reserves and is a junior class adviser. Shorthand, Typing-DELBERT C. PHILLIPS, B. S. in Ed. Nlr. Phillips is regarded by all of his students as a pleasant adviser and friend. His students like him and give him their best work. Mr. Phil- lips helps advise the senior class. Bookkeeping, Business Urganizotion, Salesinanship- DEO G. STEFFEN, B. S. in Ed. He does his part in producing future secretaries and is in charge of the Commercial Club. He grounds his students with a thorough knowledge of business matters. He is also one of the Forum Club advisers. Sociology, flfathemrztirs-HUGH M. HOWEY, B. S., M. of Ed. He proves a good pal to the Hi-Y boys and provides many good times for the boys in this club. He is a friendly adviser to the boys and in all his classes. Y 5173 twig'- FACULTY llforld History - CHARLES KNISELY, A. B., M. A. Although this is only his second year in'the Senior High School, llilr. Knisely has proved himself a Worthy member of the faculty and a friend ot all his students. He helps to advise the junior class. x W , ilmerimn History'-CARL E. WILLIAMS, A. B., M. A. With his knowledge of his subject, Mr. Williams gives his students a better than average background in American history. He guides the finances of the Delphian. He is also one of the Honor Club advisers. English 10, Business English-FLORENCE L. BEABER, Ph. B. With her quiet manner and good speech she teaches her students by example as Well as by precept. She has charge of the photographic work in the Delphian and advises the Tips-to-Teens Triangle of the Girl Reserves. Latin, English - STELLA RUTLEDGE, A. B. llliss Rutledge helps Latin Club members learn more about the cus- toms of the ancient Romans. She also guides the Girl Reserves in their many projects. English - MAE BAKER, A. B., A. M. YVith her pleasant personality she wins her students to her side and pro- vides them with an excellent knowledge of English literature. She ably directs the Delphian Staff in publishing the yearbook. 5192 FACULTY English-BEULAH M. BARTON, A. B., A. M. She has a personality which gives the students much confid nce in her ability. She supervises the Dance Committee which has had charge of the delightful dances given throughout the year. She is one of the ed- itorial advisers of the Delphian. . bww ff Head Football Coach, History-W. VV. HAYES, A. B. In his second year as head football coach of N. P. H. S. Mr. Hays has turned out an undefeated team-one of the state's best. He has come to be liked and respected by the boys for his leadership and ability. Head Basketlrall Coach, Physical Education-- PAUL HOERNEMAN, A. B. Although young, Coach Hoerneman is certainly not inexperienced. For the second straight year he has produced a winning basketball team, this year an undefeated state championship team. He is a reg- ular fellow with his team and is well liked by all. Industrial Arts- PEARSON PUGH, B. S. in Agr. Mr. Pugh has shown himself to be a capable instructor, and his boys graduate with a thorough knowledge of Industrial Arts. He equips his students with a practical knowledge of mechanics. 1 1 industrial Arts-CHESTER O. MILLS, B. S. in Ed., M. A. hir. Mills is in charge of the Industrial Arts Departments in both the Senior and Junior High Schools. He capably directs this department and finds time to make friends with all his students. 2319? .Q,4'a nqsg- ' FACULTY 1-'rench - BERNICE VVICKS, A. B. Miss Wicks teaches the students to speak French and directs the French Club, where the students learn more about French customs and the French people. She also advises the Dramatic Triangle of the Girl Reserves. , Social Sciences, Public Speaking - RUSSELL A. BENDER, A. B., B. S. in Ed., A. RI. Mr. Bender directs the Debate and Speech teams and makes it pos- sible for them to participate in the tournaments of this district. He also helps the spphomore class feel at home. Home Economics- HELEN FISHER, A. B. Miss Fisher teaches the girls of Central High School how to become good cooks. Her girls find her to be a good friend and adviser. Home Economics- HAZEL RENNELS, B. S. in Ed. She tries to make good housewives out of the girls who are graduated from N. P. H. S. 'She spends her time in teaching sewing. With her guidance the students are able to learn easily and quickly. Ari - VERNA FLOETER, B. S. in Ed. In her first year in New Philadelphia, Miss Floeter has directed the new- lv formed Art Club and has won many admirers with her artistic tal- ent. 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EARLINE WASSEM - Chairman of Ring Committee Chairman of Play Committee Chairman of Play Casting Committee Chairman of Invitation Committee Chairman of Class Day Program Committee JANE ASHBfXUGH ................. DONAI.D P REES E ................... ll'IILTON FISH ER ................. Class Flower ..... Chairman of Programs Committee Chairman of Banquet Committee Chairman of Decorating Committee -------------------------------------- Rose Class Colors ................................... Blue and Vvhite Class lwotto ........T......... -, ......... "Love, Lahor and Laugh" il25Ee 5 SHNIORS 'CW'-9'- 459 f r 5 Q L H99 OLGA ALEXANDER--G. R. 25 Chorus 3, -l. "Her company is most pleasantf, EVELYN ANDERSON- "Keen sense and common sense, And no room for nonsense." MARGERY AUBIHL-G. R. 2. "And in her smile was health and right good welcomef, TORT BELKNAP-Football 2, 3, -lg Forum Club 3, -lg French Club -l-. "Don't look, he'll blushln NIARIE BELL-Orchestra 2, 3, -lg Commercial Club "They say her smiles are Sl1I1llC?l1Il:..H ELIZABETH BENSON-Class Olheer 35 G. R. 2, 35 Newspaper Staff 23 French Club 3, -l-. A .l ' .Al- l . 1 1 1 1 1 . JANICE BESOZZI-G. R. 2, 3. "A smile in her eyesfy Km iv ELLA MARIE BOLES-G. R. 2, 3, -Pg Chorus 3, -lg German Club 3, -If. "Here's a gay pattern for friendshipff KATHLYN BOVVER--G. R. 2, 3. "A mevy glance that's hard to resist." ROY BRETING-Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr: Commercial Club -P. "A quiet young fellowf' HAROLD BROOlUHALL-Band 2, 3,5 German Club -l-. "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my busines. DON BROYVN-Basketball 2, 3, -lg Commercial Club -lf. "He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." ' x. SENIORS GLADYS BUCHER-G. R. 2, 3. "l'll be merry and free my whole life long." ROBERT CARLISLE-Ulf silence were golden, I'd be a millionaire RIAXINE CARPENTER-G. R. 33 Commercial Club 4. K'Graceful and useful in all she doesf, RUTH CARPENTER-Commercial Club 4. "Good friends are better than fine gold." JACK CASTIGNOLA-Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Forum Club 2, 3, 4. "Fast? Ask Coach and the girls." HELEN CHENEYeG. R. 2, 35 Honor Club 2, 3, 45 Central Nexgs Staff 4. "Quiet and earnest, sincere and generous." 1 KL, O .i in Uflnn A WALTER CH ESLUCK-Football 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 43 Forum Club 3, 45 German Club 2, 3, 4. "Every morning he looked over the girls and found a new idealf' -IAMES CLARKE-"What this man does, he does rightf' JULIA CODY-G. R. 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 4, Art Club 45 Honor Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Central News Staff 4. UO julia fair, beyond compare." ELLEN COLE-Delphian Stall 45 German Club 3, 4, G. R. 2, 3, 43 Honor Club 4. "Poised and pert, reserved, and inflexible, she is defiant of analysis and rule." NORBIAN COLEMAN--Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Dance Committee 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Delphian Stal? 4g Chorus 4, Baseball lklgr. 3, 4. "VVomen-you canlt get along with them or without themf' ' RAE CONGLETUN-Central News Staff 3, 45 Debate Squad 35 G. R. 2, 3, 4' French Club 43 Dance Committee 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3. "A ready tongue, a ready wit! VVho has not felt the touch of it?', J i awe SENIORS ' ADRIAN CORPNIAN-"He was a beautiful baby, but weren't we all?y' f p lXIARY LOUISE CORPlWAN-G. R. 2, 35 Commercial Club 4. lk 5 "A maid who has more thought than tonguef' SSS JACK CORRELL-Football 2, 35 lgasketball 2. "A careful student-careful not to overdof' BETTY CUNNINGHANI-Cl. R. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 French Club 45 Central News Staff 3, 45 Debate Squad 4. 'flirown eyes and auburn hair, A sunny smile and merry airf' GLENN CURTIS-Band 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Class Officer 2, 35 Honor Club 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Dance Committee 35 Chemistry Lab. Assistant 4. 'fThere's mischief in the man." ROBERT DAVIS-Color Guard 45 Chorus 4. "Satan, get behind me-and push lu aw W DOYAL DESS CKER-"ln him alone 't was natural to please." VERA DlNDO--G. R. 3, 43 Commercial Club 4. "Lovely and meek in spiritf, LLOYD DINGER-Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Chorus 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Ger- man Club 4. "A mighty pain to love it is.'l MARGARET MAY Dl'l"1'O-G. R. 3, 4. "lt's safer to be meek than fierce." RUSSELL DOVVNS-"The best men have ever loved repose." lVlELVlN ERB--Commercial Club 4. 'lVVorrv and l have never met." in awe xi' SENIORS TK. N5-4 FIDVVIN ERNEST-Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg Band 2, 3, -lg Orchestra 3, -l. "lf the girls would only let me alone." JAMES ERVVIN- 'll exist as I am- That is enough for any man.', -UNI ExvERE,1lT+iixVfJIl1RIl delights not me." J XVILLIAM FAGLEY-Delphian Staff 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg Latin Club 3, -lg Honor Club 2, 3, -lg Debate Squad -l. "Addition and subtraction makes us wise." VIVIAN FAIT-Orchestra 3: Chorus 3, lg Central News Staff 4. "Good nature sparkles in her eyes." ROBERT FERGUSON-Basketball 3, -lg Forum Club -l. "If it werenlt for my studies, I would get along line in schoolf' ' ' ' ' " 'cf' """'L' FERN FISHER-Honor K ', ., -lg Latin Club 3, -lg G. R. 2, 3, -lg Central News Stall -l. "Her intelligence, energy, and resourcefulness set her out from the crowd." IXIAXINE FISHER-G. R. 2, 35 Commercial Club -l. "Two souls in one, two hearts into one heart-" MILTON FISHER-Delphian Staff -lg Central News Staff 3, -lg Latin Club 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg Dance Committee 2, 3g Honor Club 3, -lg Debate Squad 3, Class Oflicer 3, -l. "None but himself could be a parallelf' PAULINE FISHER-G. A. A. 2, 3, -lg G. R. Z. "She moves about with quiet grace." ROBERT FISHER-Band 2, 3, -lg Orchestra 3, -l. "Youth is full of pleasure." THELMA F1sHER-cs. R. 2, 3, 4. "A mighty ang girly 5295 06- SENIORS VVILLIAIW FOX-Debate Squad 3 5 Chorus 33 Football 2: Forum Club 3, 45 Ger- ? man Club 4. "A handful of good life is worth a bushel of learning." K VIRGINIA FRANCIS-G. R. 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4g German Club 3, 43 Art Club 4. 'AAnd she herself seemed made for merrimentf' DONALD FREESE-Band 2, 35 Honor Club 2, 3, 45 Debate Squad 35 German Club 3, -l-5 Class Officer 43 Central News Stal? 45 Vocational Club 4. "He is the very pink of courtesyfl LESTER FRESHVVATER-Football 3. "Our youth we can have but today" OTIS FRYER, JR.-Baseball 2. 4'Thou seemest to enjoy life." GEORGE ROBERT GARBER-Vocational Club 4. "His company is most pleasant." rx -. ll - c . fy gn , 11 . fda. RUTH GLAZIER-G. R. 23 Commercial Club -l-. "True she is as she has proven herself." ROBERT GOUDY-"To be great is to be misunderstood." HELEN GRAFF-G. R. 2, 3 g Honor Club 2, 43 Com. Club 45 Central News Stafli 4. "It's the quiet steady ones VVho run the life long race." MW CLARA GRANDI-Commercial Club 4. "Nothing is impossible to a willing heartf, EDNA GRANDI-"Life is a problem to which I have not yet obtained the ansu er DEAN GRIBBLE-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. "It's well for one to know more than he says.'l ILC? 5202 if SENIORS C90 ESTHER GROH-G. R. 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 2, 3, -l. "Silence is as great an art as speech." f MIMETT GLINIJY-cmhesm 2, 3, +."",, "1 speak when it is necessary." 'X I VVLIIXIA GUTHRIE- "For she was just the quiet kind, VVhose nature never varies." IRENE HADLEY-"Cheerfulness is an excelle JEAN HARIAN-G. R. 2, 32 Commercial Club 3, -l. "She has two eyes, so soft and brown, . . . Take care!" DICK HANSON-Band 2, 3, -lg Urchestra 2, 3, "Not too serious not too gay, But a rare good fellow." .sv-W' l nt wearing quality." -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg German Club 4 WWW 1 ANNE HAUPERT--G. R. 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club -l. "Her tiny feet would be the envy of any Japanese laclyfy ANNE HAVVK-Delphian Staff +5 Central News Staff 3, Honor Club Z, 3, -l-g Art Club -l-5 G. A. A. Z, 3, -l-3 G. R. "She moves a goddess, and she looks a queen." NIAE HAVVK-Orchestra 2, 3, Commercial Club -l. "Shall I compare thee to a bright summer day?" GENE HERRON-Forum Club 3, -lg Football 3, -lg Band 2. "The maker of all mischief." RIARY HIBBS4Commercial Club 3, -l. "Happiness seems made to be shared." HELEN HULLEYOAK-Commercial Club 3, -lg Central N "Light haired, but not light-headedfi 1 -HF rench Club 3, 4 2, 3, CVVS -lg Chorus 3, 4 Staff -I-. ' 34' 331 E- SENIORS -Gb-w ', GLEN HOLLINGSYVORTH-Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 43 Vocational Club -l. 5 'L "Those about him from him shall learn the perfect ways of honorfl t H99 IYIARGARET ANN HURST-Chorus 3, -lg Dance Committee 2, 3, -l-g G. R. 3. "I saw and lovedf' GAYLE JACKSON-Commercial Club -l-. "I-le even thinks that up in heaven his class lies late and snore GLENN JENKINS-German Club -lg Band -lg Chorus 4. "VVhat should men do but be merry?" LELIA JURDAN-"Conversation lies in her eyes." HELEN KAISER-Debate Squad 3, 4. Kai., "Shall I go on, or have I said enougl1?l' ? ' , -Q, "I love my pipe, but indeed it is better to smoke here than hereafter. JOHN KEIVI PF-Commercial Club 4. I ---4' ROSS KASTOR-Hi-Y 3, -l-5 Baseball 2. R "YVhy aren't they all contented like me ?l' DAVID KINSEY---Debate Squad -l. "Laughter is a most healthful exertion." VELINIA KINSEY-Commercial Club 4. "Gentle in manner, quiet in her ways." IVIAXINE KNIESNER-G. A. A. 3, 43 Commercial Club 4. "Let's be gay while we may." ROBERT KROPP--"I am not lazy, but I hate to workf' 5325? , I X '35 SENIORS FLOYD LANE-4'NVhen I grow ARLENE l.AVVRIiNCE4G. R. ... "Her infectious laughter always YVILRIA LEGGE'l"l'-G. R. 2 "Life is short and so am lf' l3IiT'I'Y LC JU LEH R-C ierman "Wirh a smile that glowldf' to be a man 7 f causes an epidemic of mirth 3 Commercial Club 4 Club 3, 4, Honor Club 3 4 G R 7 3 4 HAROLD LICHTY-Forum Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 4 Band 7 3 "XVhy vex our souls with care ?' DOROTHY LOVVlN1lLLER-French Club 3 4 Debite Squad 4 Band 7 3 4 G. R. 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 45 Chorus 3, 43 Dance Committee 4 "Unthinking, Hippant, young, and 22151 She dances, talks, and laughs all day." 6v'77fgGao5v'-4 LENA NIAGNCJLIA-Commercial Club 45 C A A 2 "l'll be merry, I'll be free, l'll be sad for nobody." LUCILLE MARKS-G. R. 2, 3, 4g G. A. A 7 3 Art Llub 4 "Lucy be nimble, Lucy he quickg Show us your skill with :1 lipstick!" VYX 'lnydp EUGENE lXlCCOCHRAlY-Football "XVhat this man does he does right." 2. RUTH RIEDLEY-"She loves not many words CATHERINE RIEECHAN-G. R. 3: Commeieml C lub 4 "So long as you are innocent, fear nothingf' EARL NIEEK--Chorus 3, 4. "Seen by few and known by fewer." 333E MQ- SENIORS 'l FR MARY JANE IXIEISSNER-G. R. -l, Commercial Club -l. y "A maiden never boldg of spirit still and quietf' I JUNIOR INIETZGER-"And so he plays his partf' DICK IVIILLER-Delphian Staff 3, -lg Central News Staff 3. -lg Art Club -l. "Happy am I, from care l'm free!" MARY MOFFITT-G. R. 3, -lg G. A. A. 2, 3, -lg Commercial Club 33 Art Club -lg Orchestra 2, 3, -lg Chorus 3, -l. HI-Ier humor and vitality are just what we needed to make our class complete." EVAN IVIORGAN, JR.-German Club -lg Basketball 2, 3. "I may not be handsome, but I am good-looking." DOROTHY MOSSHART-German Club 3. 'KA doer, not a dreamer." CLETUS MUTTI-"Bewarel I might do something startling yet." 'NA MYERS 1. R. 23 G. A. A. 3g Commercial Club -l. "As merry as the day is long." CHARLES NEWELL-Latin Club 3, elg Hi-Y -l. "bien of a feyv Words are the best men with women." JULIA NICOLA-G. A. A. 2, 3, Chorus 3, -lg French Club 3, -lg G. R. 2, 3, -lg Cheerleader 3, -l. "Grace was in all her steps." LOUISE NOLT-Orchestra 2, 3, -lg G. R. 2g Latin Club 3, -lg Central News Staff 3, -lg Honor Club 2, 3, -l. "Learning that is not superficial, and a warm human sympathy which is not insinceref' CI-IARLENE OI-ILEN-G. R. 2, 3, -lg G. A. A. 2, 3g Chorus 35 Commercial Club -l. "The first duty of a woman is to be pretty." 3342 HQ- SENIORS PHYLLIS OLlXlS'l'EAD-German Club 3, -lg G. R. 2, 3, -lg Central News Staff 3, 4. "Herself a fairer Howerf, ANNA LEE PARSONS---G. R. 2, 3, lg G. A. A. 3g Commercial Club -lg Debate Squad -lg Chorus 3, -l. "Snappy eyes, a merry heart-and Jim." Jllll PATTERSYJN-Uelphian Stall -lg Hi-Y 3, -lg German Club -l. "Better be small and shine, Than to be tall and Cast a shadow." HENRY PEPPER- "Of friends he has manyg of foes, has he any?" JAKIES PFISTER-Honor Club 2, -l. "A well-taught mind." ROBERT POLLOCK-Debate Squad 3, -lg Cl1fHlS 3, -l. MX .L ,l, .,,l,,. ,,1, ,,.,.L,,e I..,-.-lU M . JOHN POPHARI-Commercial Club -l. "ln love, we are all fools alike." HENRY PORTERFIELD, JR.-Football 3g Basketball 2g Band 2, 3g Orchestra 2, 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg German Club 3, -lg Debate Squad -lg Honor Club 2, 3, -l. "The stvle is the man himselff' JUNE RALSTON-Commercial Club -l. 'lFashioned so slenderlyf' RIARILYN ANNE RAUSCH-G. R. 2, 3, -lg Honor Club 2, 3, lg Latin Club 3, 4: Chorus -l. "Never elated when one IUZUIJS oppressed, Never dejected while another's blessed." XORIXIA RAY-Hand 2, 3, -lg Orchestra 2, 3, -lg Chorus -lg G. R. 2, 3, -lg French Club 4. ' "The hearts of men adore thee."' DOROTHY RENNER-Commercial Club 3g G. R. 2, 3. "Her virtues will bring rewardsfy Q 3353? --mQ- SENIORS 'M ALBERT RICKLIC-Forum Club -lg Baseball 2, 3. 7 t "From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth." '4 9 MAX RITENOUR--"I care not whether others love me." GEORGE ROBB-Honor Club 2, 3, -lg German Club 3, -lg Class Ufhcer 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Lab. Assistant -lg Dance Committee -l. "A great lover of the ladies." BETTY ROBINSON-"The mildest manners, and the gentlest heartfl BOB RUTH--Honor Club -l. "If quietness indicates wisdom, he would be a libraryf' THELMA ROUDEBUSH-Honor Club -l-. "I love tranquil solitudef, NIARLIN E. RUSSELL-Band 2, 3, -l-3 Urchestra 3, -lg German Club -l-3 Delphian Stall 4. "Don't aim too high, and your hopes won't have so far to fall." FIrUREljl'CE SCALANIBRINO-"The jolliest, happiest sort of girlf' . .fQf4.Qfa61,. ., RIARGARET SCHIDE-G. R. 2, -lg German Club 4. "So shyl But in herself eompletefl PAUL SCHLAFLY-Art Club -I-. "He is modest and quiet." RTAXINE SCHOCH-Commercial Club 4. l'She has a kindly spirit and a friendly air." DALE NI. SCHUSSLER-Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band -lg Chorus 43 Hi-Y 4. German Club 3, -in A'The ladies Call him sweet." 5362 .Qwon Ne' Wo- SEN 10115 --- --- IJURK DTHY SCU'l"l'--"Like a quiet lake, unruilled by the wind." NEXVTON SEABRUCJK--Commercial Clllb -l. "He is full of good intcntionsf' JOHN SEIHULD-Forum Cl11b 2, 3, g Basketball 2, 3g Football 3, -l. "lie and my girl - - - s." RIILDRED SEVER-German Club 3, -lg G. R. 2, 3, -lg Band 2, 3, lg Orchestra -l. "Merry ways and luminous eyes." HERNICE SHACKLEFURU-Clrchestra 2, 3, -lg Chorus 3, -lg G. R. 3, -lg Com- mercial Club -l. 'AAS sunny as the skies." TUIXI SHULER--Delphian Staff 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg Class Oliicer 2g Debate Squad 3. "NVit and humor belong to genius alone." FAYE SLOE-Band 2, 3, -lg Latin Club 3, -lg G. R. 2, 3, -l. "Radiantly lovely and vitally alive." ANDREYV SlN'IlT'H-Cliorus 3, -lg French Clllli -l. "He smiles on all the ladies sweet." KIARY SlXIlTH--Delphian Stall -lg German Club 3, -lg Class Officer 2g G. R. 2, 3, -lg Honor Club 2, 3, -l. "Charming and appealing, with big, soft eyes-.H RALPH SllllTH-German Cl11b 2, 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, -l. "Quiet good humor has a charmfl hlAXlNlf SPECHT-liand 2, 3, -lg Commercfal Club 3g G. R. 2, 3, -lg Chorus -l. "1 try to st11dy and do my share, Hut those giggles slip in unawarefl EILEEN SPITTLE--G. R. 2, -lg G. A. A. 3. "How lovely she would have looked in a wide hoopcd skirt, stepping lightly to a minuetf' MQ- SENIORS DEANT QPRINC -- VVorth m'1kes the man. l Q 1 tx U f I i . I 1 4 lk 4' FRANK STARINIERI-Football 2, 3, 4, Forum Club 3, 43 Baseball 33 German ,sy w u V I si ' Club 4. A friendly heart with many friends. BETTY STEIN-Commercial Club 4, Central News Staff 4. " Personality-yes sir l" VIRGINIA STEINER-+G. R. 25 Commercial Club 4. "Her ready wit and happy pranks enliven usf' KENNETH STEMPFLY-Forum Club 3, 43 Football 2, 3. "Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit." LEE STEVVART-Football 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Forum Club 3, 4. "Slow and lanquid and easy-going." Miva ' " Q1 'VI-1f"v'l' DALE STONERROOK-Football 2, 35 Forum Club 3, 4, Band 2, 33 Orchestra 2. "He is a loyal senior, but his heart's in the junior class." MARIAN STONEBROOK-G. R. 2, 3, 45 Com reial 'lub 4. "A pleasant-spirited lady."k7KUuLu , EMERSON SVVEASEY-"Time bothers me not, it just passes." ALICE SWIHART-Art Club 4. "A tall and slender maiclenf' RUTH THORIAS--G. R. 25 Commercial Club 4. "A Winsome wee thing." JUNE THOBIPSON--G. R. 2, 3, 43 Dance Committee 3, 45 German Club 43 G. A. A. 4. Hlllighty sweet and mighty wise, The fun just twinkles in her eyes 3332 HGNCD- SENIORS ROBERT TOPE-Football lN'Ig1r. 2, 3, -lg Basketball 2, 3, -lg Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 German Club 3. -l. ' "Lovels just around the corner, but l'm going the other way." ROBERT TORGLER--German Club 3, -l-. "Such a playful fellowln JAMES TRllX'IlN1ER-Band Z, 3, Debate Team 45 Chorus -l-5 Forum Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 4-. 'llian hath his will, but woman hath her wayf, AGNES MARIE TURNER--"Always doing her very best." DIARY lNIAE VOGEL-l'Be silent and pass for a philosopher." HAROLD VVALTERS-Orchestra -lg Band 2, 3, -l-g German Club 4. "Down thar on the farm." HAROLD XVALTON-HI have my share of Common sense JOSEPH VVARNER-German Club -l. "A good fellow." EARLINE VVASSERI-German Club 3, -lg G. R. Z, 3, -lg Honor Club 2, 3, 4. "If she will, she will, you can depend on't- "If she wont, she won'tg that's the end on't." lX'IAX YVASSEM-Hi-Y 2, 3, -lg German Club -l. "He'll bluff his way past St. Peter." KENNETH VVEBER-"Nonsense now and then is pleasantf, GENE YVHERLEY-Football 2, 3, -l-g Baseball 2, 3g Forum Club 4. W if "Live, love, and laugh, for there may be a time when you can't." X 5392 MGD- SENIORS -Ghr- IWILDRED VVHITE--Chorus 2, Commercial Club 43 Art Club 4. -il "Reluctantly I cast aside my smiles." ik ROSANN WHITINIAN--G. R. 2, 45 "She is always rightf, Band 2, 3, 4. BETTY VVILLIAIVIS-G. R. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4. HA merry heart that laughs at care." TI-IELIVIA WILLIAMS-G. R. 2, 43 Commercial Club 4. , R 'KA contented mind above allf' CHESTER VVILLIS-Vocational Club,-4: French Club 4. PM 'lVVrite him as one who loves his fellow menf' if l CONSTANCE WILLIS-G. A. A. 35 "So light of foot, so light of spirit." Commercial Club 3, 4. HAROLD VVINKLER-German Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 43 Central News Staff 3, 4. "A rare combination of wisdom and wit, Half wisdom and half-wit." BEATRICE MARIE WINTERS-G. R. 2, 35 G. A. A. 4. "I'm happy when l'm talking." FLORENCE VVISE-l'She gains her friends by being one." ARLEEN NVOLFE-Honor Club 2, 3, 4g Central News Staff 4. "She meets life as a strong swimmer meets the sea." RICHARD WOLFE--French Club 4. "The deed I intend is great- But what, as yet, I know not." LUCILLE YAGGI-G. A. A. 2, 45 G. R. 2, 3, 4, Debate Team 45 German Club 4: Chorus 2, 4. "Her winning way and gentle voice throw a charm about her that's bewitching." Q 40 , " MW. 6 SENIORS 9-U RAYMOND ZURCHER-Vocational Club 4. "Ay, sir, you shall Find me reasonable." l'.'ffrr lie names 'without the fares Of Ihr other senior grad.v,' Tarzly ones or mmera slly-sterx dr? the following gals and lads. ROBERT AFFOLTER-Football 3, 43 Forum Club 4. "Since knowledge is but sorrow's spy, It is not safe to know." JANE ASHBAUGH-Honor Club 3, 4, Central News Staff 4. "A dainty maiden, fair and sweetf' LEO BENJAIVIIN-Forum Club 3, -l-5 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4 "The strength of twenty menf' RAYIVIOND EDIE-"As for me, all I know is that I know nothing." HERBERT HINES-Forum Club 2, 3, -lg Football 2, 3, 4. "No coward's soul is mine." ROBERT OSGOOD "VVhile he worked he rested." CALVIN PORTER "It is not wise to be wiser than necessaryf' JOSEPH PRYSI "I am for sleeping and forgetting all that has gone before." LLOYD SALOINION-Football 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 43 Forum Club 4. "He loves but one." CHARLES ST. JOHN "Though vanquished, he could argue still." 5415 116- ACTIVITIES HERE AND THERE WITH A CANDID CAMERA MQ- I. Ace photographic editor. . . 2. Industrial Arts Depart- ment at work. . . 3 Is that just one seat? . . . 4. Mutt and Jeff. . . 5. Front row chorus. . . 6. Just We boys! . . . 7. Our handsome hero. . . 8. What eyes! . . . 9. P. V., himself. . . 10. How domestic! . . . 11. Hard at work, as usual. . . 12. Taking advantage of Leap Year, eh? . . . 13. Ray's the nag in the lead. . . l-I-. Serious for once. . . 15. That's posing, Franklin. . . 16. What are you passing off? . . . 17. What's your woman gonna say, lwarlin? . . . 18. Is it boring? . . . 19. Oh, those tax stamps! . . . 20. Glamor boys. . . 21. Why, you old dear!. . . 22. Ain't you ashamed? . . . 23. Push harder! . . . 2-1-. Con- centration. . . 25. Is that a double chin we see, Pinky? . . . 26. A quartet of beauties, including Adams! . . . 27. VVho could they be? . . . 28. Editor Shuler again. . . 29. Visitor. 3422 .Q-4,9 i435 JUNIORS C010 Dick Kaiser Dorothy Cheney Louis McClaskey CLASS OFFICERS DICK KAISER ........ , .............................. President LOUIS MCCl,ASKEY .................. ' ............ I ficr President DOROTHY CHENEY .......................... Serretrzry-Treasurer NIISS STEINERV, MR. KNISELY ........................... Adwixers - CLARA HANTAN ............... . Chairman of Refreshment Committee LOIS FELLERS ......... .- .......... Chairman of Program Committee CALVIN BUCHANAN -4 ............. Chairman of Activities Committee CHARLES SNYDER ............... Chairman of Decorating Committee kf 7- Class Flower .......................................... Rose Class Colors .................. I ................. Blue and VVhite Class lllotto --.- .................... .. ......... "Nil sine Numinen 3442 .wo .laclcalene Abel Dorothy Aeschliman Ronald Alexander ,lack Arbogast lVilliam Aubihl Dean Bair Don Bair Helen Ball Lois Bender Cecilia Bianchi .leane Bit-hsel Doris Bigler Dorothy Bitikofer Vivian Blackburn Lois Bower YVilliam Brewer Calvin Buchanan Esther Carnahan Goldie Chelc Dorothy Cheney ltvalyn Cihon Donald Clements George Comanita .lean Corbett Dean Coutts Robert Cronebaugh lllartha Curtis .lessie Dainty Robert DeArment Dick Demuth Billie Diefenbacher . Nita Dunn Annabelle Edie Richard Edie Charles Egli lllarjorie Eichel Eugene Ellwood tlohn Ellwood Lois Fellers Erma Fischio JUNIORS '90 1145? SQ Cliff? ' u wp- .X ,, ',f-'i"JUNloRss 'J .. 1 -, i l 4462 Carrie lllay Fisher Sonny Fisher J Jessie Fowler - Miki l Paul Fox Gerald Francis lllary -lane Grail Kenneth Grihhle hlargueritte Grimm uv if' Llara Haman N QA e YK Gerald Haneyikf' 4 Jayne Hanna Hannah Hewitt Emmet Harstine Charlotte Hawk James Herzog VX, i fwvfv 1 rf Dorothy Holleyoalc 1 f lllollie Hunlcer Lois Hurst Anna lllae Johnson Anna illae Kailerly Dick Kaiser Katherine Kaiser hlarjorie Knisely Herhert Kreiter hlaxine Kay Kropp Helen Kuhn Arlene Kuhns Clyde Lamb hlalcolm Lawler Eugene Lihertore hflildred Llewellyn Dick lllarshall Norma hlarshall J- ,1- Erma hlattevi ' 4 Annabelle hlaurer YVillis lN'Iai1rer Louis lX'IcBri1le Louis hIeClaske5' Thelma llleek Anna llleese ' rl ii 5 fha .IUNIORS 'QF' Mary Ann Meyer Margaret Ann Kliles Robert Xliller Roh:-rt E. hliller Virginia Kliller Edwin Mixer xvillllil Xlohn Hyundai llourv Hurry Klushrush Earl Xlutti lfiigc-lie Neff Rlziry Pilllllfl' Bettie Parsons George Parsons Harold Patrick Martha Pfuuts Ruth Phillips lfdythc Pint! Dun Rasi-he -Ioan Rees Nvilmzi Reif jc-:in Rennvr Raymond Ricklic Lzidyne Ries Klux'-iorie Ripprl Q'- lfetry Roth I':il'ZlIl0l' Russell Janice Schnltheiss Xlzixine Schnphzwh .Iznnes Schnsslcr Ruth Shacklvford Ruth Svihold hlziry Sharp ,xwiq 5 XVillSfUIl Smart S lfileen Smith He-rtllzi Sllydfl' Charles Snyder ixlllffhil Spring Dorothy Stzulffer Helen Stevens . X 4472 I lf 'qu in-ff"'J' awp K L. HQ- JUNIORS CD41 John Adams Nlary Lou Arnold Ralph Bard Glenn Barker VVilton Barnes Ruby Belknap Raymond Bollon Ethel Buckohr Lawrence Chercony Jeanette Cicconetti Dorothy Crilly Richard Deardorff VVilliam Doolan Charles Dunbar Maynard Erb Donald Evans Anthony Fabiano VVanda Fanti Ernest Fawcett Harlan Fisher Bernice Flemister Charles Flemister Helen Franz James Stiers Thelma Stiffler Daisy Sullivan Margaret Thomas June Tolotti lwartha Trucinski Florence True Bill Tucker Anna Vielmettl Alfred Walker Eugene Ward llflendall Welz Ada Wenger VValter Williams Kay VVise Shirley VVolfe Jim Yosick XVITHOUT PlCTURFk5VjU0, Bob Frederick Donald Prysi Aaron Funk X ' Kenneth Prysi Anne Gena Clyde Grimm John Haeberle ws Bernadine Hare Raymond Redman Lloyd Reese Catherine Jane Russell Edward Ryszka George Harris Qigjl yyr4,1a.Jack Schuepbach Arthur Herman J. D. Hitesflv V -1 lVI'vc Holleyoak Dorothy Shott 1- ' Tom Slasor X ubert Smith. - Ggringt Huff ,fjgfvfi-47, Flidobert Stein Anna Jenkins Doris Kiser Forrest Krebs VVilliam Ledger Carl hlassarelli 'irginia lylassarelli Zora lVlcKinney Lloyd lVIclVilliams Ruth llleissner Frank Michelli A Roger Miller Q Darrell Perlsins awe Harold Stevens Clarence Thomas h Charles voshau Russell VVatson fu- lva VVeaver - Robert VVest lVIildred Wilkin Edward VVillis Robert Wills Nathan Wright Robert Zurcher 'W fs1ff'r: '11g5ffLf We ., fargfrjjga . ffv:a0""+fV -..Q ACf1TIV.ITIES N. P. H. S. DATES---1939 September Dear Grad : 'ii E 5. I promised to write you a monthly letterg School's started, so perhaps l'd better. 4 17. Poor Ellen and Anne, they walked so far l That time, they snitched "Hank's" keys towltfis car. 18. Our own "Jake" his ankle did sprain VVhile out on the hunt for a Jane. 21-22 Off for the fair, A treat sd:-rare! ' ' 25. Lab. assistants are. Curtis and Robb, With a crude sort of humor right off the cob. 28. The first issue of CENTRAL NEWS 2 Accompanied by quitef a few boos. . -Still struggling-i' V October Dear Grad: - ' z ' 1. Flashy Barker and diminutive Ray Are going steady, so they say. ,Q 2. G. R. annual Frolic tonight. Leaves and everything gay in sight. 6. Bichsel invites catty friends to slumber, Reports furniture wasi reduced to lumber. A 12. French Club initiation was not a bed of cloverg 1 ,S 57 In fact, it caused Benson. to keel-over. ' 13. Broken mirrors, three cigarettes on a match, b Friday the 13th made everyone bats!! - - 17. Shulercertainly was a sCirry'looking man ' ' ' When he had to pay back ten cents to Anne. 18. Report cards out today! VVhat will Ma and Pa say? + ' 26. Party at Oldtown Grange for the band: Ask anybody. Theyfll-say it was grand. "'t-3 27. To Cleveland go our teachers dear, ' We do notmiss our teachers dear! .5 , 1, ' ' ' -Still struggling- 'x':'.. --'fu lack cats- I ' ' ' , November Dear Grad: 4. Phyllis out with another beau, When Swisshelm came home from college-So? 7. Junior,Skating Party Big Success!! At least, that's our guess. 8. Junior Metzger stops buck-shot. Gee, that rabbit must have fought! 13. Vivian Fait sports engagement ring: 'Twas quite the most talked about thing. 17. Allen and Cheslock attend first school dance, Acting as if they were both in a trance. 21. Marilyn Rausch visits Dover bonfireg After this an escort she'll hire. 23. Annual Thanksgiving gameg Phila. soars to fame! -Still struggling-- December Dear Grad: 8. Out in the laundry truck went Jim and Fern, And when jim sees this, will he burn! 13. Today Miss Maurer fell 0E her chair, All we did was sit and stare. ' 14. The Senior Jamboree was held this afternoon, , With Trimmer and his band playing a lively tune f Q, 20. Santy comes on Christmas day, And so no school for us, hoorayl ' .if 22. To the HY" for the annual Hi-Y danceg The boys and girls did strut and prance. . ' -Still struggling- LContinued on page 1021 fi -. we or Q gl -v4EJ- - ACTIVITIES -O--w HERE AND THERE WITH A CANDID CAMERA R2- 1. Shake, pal .... 2. Now 1et's pose, pal .... 3. Real friends .... 4. Not bad lookin, eh? . . . 5. Isn't she cute? . . . 6. Who's your friends, Harold? . . . 7. VVhat stuff! . . . 8. Action .... 9. What a face! . . . 10. A joyous thing .... 11. Working man .... 12. No- tice the resemblance? . . . 13. Wow! . . . 14. lVIy, bputfootba11's exciting! . . . 15. A familiar scene. . . . 16. Another Working man .... 17. The athletes off the gridiron .... 18. Adviser and editor at work .... ' What big steps you take, lady .... 20. If only it was always this perfect! . . . 21. Kent .... 22. Hold it! . . . 23. How does that staff rate? 5 50 E '-G'-LGU' SOPHOMORES 'QQ-ff W Howard Hrzndlvv Bob SinQe1'm:m Dorothv McCullough , . , .ready 49,e.f?k77L'6Q,U CLASS OFFICERS KZ vgiifwff l HOWARD BRADLEY ..... -.--.- .................... Prexizlenl Bon SINGERMAN ........................... Vice President DOROTHY MCLLLLOLGH ............... Sefretary-Treasurer AIISS SHUINIAKER, MR. BENDER ................... Arlfvisers The Sophomore Class is not yet completely organized, so it does not have committees, Colors, Hower, or motto. 3525 ' X 1 SOPHOMORES lj .xl Susie Allbllll .,J'i1l X ' I AlliertAner N," lx fjww John Avon li' Glenn Bealwer 4 If Sum Bellflff ' giiflx ff lj, Y yi. WA, 3 a X , ex X l ye Annu ll lzie Best Dale Bielisel 9eSl4!GV"'4i Robert Bigler 'lillelmzi Bitticker Robert Black Czitlierine lgl2lClil3lll'I1 Q Helen Blaxnkenjiorn , I 7 ' Lois Boltz 5, ,liz xvlllllil Border joy Bowers lloxx'z1i'al Bradley Riclizml Brann lion Briclc Aileen Britt Allan BlA0ZItllN1l'r7t l ' zilietli Browning M Bucher Robert Burlmge Lewis Byers Rose Carlisle lfitliel Carpenter Clilzlornl Ll1ll'I'0tllCl'S .losepliine ClZlStlglllllIl V .luli:1Cheslock I Betty Czxllins Clolilie Collins lfngene Courts Harold LlI'1lXVSllZlVV9,l F 1 J -loan L ree , Klur-iorie Crites Betty LlI'0SSlZllNl 'X 5 .lolin Curran Carl Dallas Yvilnizi Davis Glenna lllne Deem K x ei 53? QSM 0'l'0T!'b I I 'xl M 'W --MQ' l SOPHOMORES ' ' H542 ,i. , .C.p.,1,.. Betty Dessecker Patricia Diefenbacher Logan Dutton Charlotte Eckert H arold Everett jgfdfwl jfflfft YValter Fagley, -lr. YVanda Fanti fp f7jLf',fi,' Dorotliee Finney rf full Berclel Gaynor Fitzpatrick mx Ruth Flory Robert Foster Angelina France ,if - Donald Garber A Carl Cleib llarjorie Geltz Lois Clena R Izmir cami? - 9-MG-x-'K.f-Q 7 , . Alan llfitlleyigyyj -, ,LL Donald Halter John llaminond Hartley Harrison Jacqueline Jaequette ' Lois Johnson lvkl'-f tg' 1' lllarjorie jones ' Dale Kastor Earl Kaylor jack Kellogg Ruth Knapp lllary Jane Knisely George Kulinifl 2 A 4 Eleanor Limbaeh Dick lllarcli Dorotliy lllason C' I lllarjorie llay ' lllarvin llIcCarty Dorothy lxICCllllK3llgl1 Beverly lXIeConnell lllary V. llleeelian lrene lllichelli nw- .lennet lllorgan Helen Neff Harry Newell Nlelyille Nblt Polly Orr' . ieen llzdfigqyiyk Alice Parker DMX? Skglqre Rudolph Parris Edna Pollock Annabelle Popa Sara Pringle lfsther Reed of YVilma Reed llargie Reese Ted Reese Ernest Reichman lllahel Reip Cleya Reynolds Rlaurice Reynolds ,, - f Shirley .Robinson ,4ll'4'.L- fa-"f' f- ' Ann Russell Gilbert Sahurny Richard Schlally .lack Schneider Dorothy Sever Norma .lean Sherer 1RkwN5,.Q!1Ri1tl1 Shores Boh Singerman Dale Slough Annahelle Smith lxenneth Smith L, f", Glendora Smith i K J Iflizaheth Sopfgfi Ellenor Stallord ' Lois Stanshury Uelene Stelley Donald Stein Dick Stewart I Ella Stocksdale Rohert Storck P Aff 17V SOPHOMORES 1552 v s' V -may SOPH 0 Moms 'fy' ,lC':,-5 Toni Thomas . l, George 'I'ilkey,'yUv' ' .lean Strahl John Strahl Ruth Sweasey xlo Ann Swift hlaxine Swinehart Betty -lean Tate xj,-941. Norma -lean Ulrich zgldll Ifleano Valentine I lm-'f'0!f'.1 Gloria frfwvyoxfmm W XVITHOUT PICTURES 1 Q ' 1 1 ,loan Allen llelen Dallas , lflfllary Coop Urvxll Iialqer Naslinc Dolls V ifllill fioncly Robert Halter liilith limlntirtls my ,N Q llilflllllil llilfllllllgll lion Bailey. liarl lillwoorlfs ' K' N, Woodrow Ilonston l orcna liallcntine llill lfrwin v 4 it Anna Klan' Kelly EIIIIUI' 3:1103 ,lane lixley V ev ,lane Kcnnecly Alanies llales Ilillll Vinton 1 Fritz Iiislig Varl Baxter fllilfil lfisehio Q 'lill0lll!lS l.awler Stanley lh'al1cr llelen Fisher Russell Lawrence Virgil llower Sonny lfisller fllary Leggett -lnne llneliler lhail l7reSl1wa1cr vlolm lilwrtore lit-nnie lincher Nlarlvlin lifrye llorothy Klartin lfrnl-st Vlansino llarxl-y ilalliraitli lfrlna Nlartin 515652 XYIIXIN' Harsh Iliillis XY. Nlanrcr lfaye Nletlley lbtan Milliken liill Mitchell Rocton Monroe llalph Klowrer Tlionias Nlntton Iilizalueth I'a1terSon Williani Pepper l"lllll1lE' l'oll"1 , X. llale l'rysi l'e11- Scalanihrino Esther lvaldron I len: Norma Vielinetti 4 Ilelen XVaclclington ,Q Qff 1 George VVallcer 'JD Illary lVaIlcer 7 Florence Walton 'lihelnia -lean YValton Lucille YVarmack Jeanne NVarner Isaac lVeller NVells Illarjorie lVest Sally NVhitnall Dick YVilhelm Betty YVilkinson Glaclys YVillian1s Geraldine VVinters Hlartha lvolfe Anna IlIae Zingery Irene Zion Ifya Mae Sclincimler xiamt- S1-ilwrt KWV3 lit-tty Sllvrcr liarl Sinnners Rollert Slwlly .Ioe Smith llillll Sonlshy Robert Steniple Donald Stephen Barbara iliflllllilll :Xlxerna lYatle Iliilliznn llialtz Richard XYea1'e-r I illian IYilkin N. 4 -vQD- CLASSES 'GPU SENIOR WILL Be it known to all whom it may concern that we, the class of nineteen hundred and forty, realizing the shortness of our time in the New Philadelphia Senior High School and believing ourselves to be physically sound and in full possession of our mental faculties, do bequeath and forever relinquish our claims to the following, our last memories of high school: Article I- To the Junior Class, our worried and harrassed teachers, our antiquated buildings, and our State Championship. Article II- To Jim Schussler, Marlin Russell's pole-climbing ability so he can shoot football pictures too. Article III- To Tillie Haman, football jersey number fifty-five, property of Jack Cas- tignola. ' Article IV- To Jeane Bichsel, Ellen Cole's "catty" remarks and assumed air of sophis- tication. , ' Article V- To Calvin Buchanan, CoIeman's traditional ability of safe driving. Article VI- To some worthy Junior, if such there be, Milt Fisherfs reputation of being I9-I0's Beau Brummel. Article VII- To Jack Schuepbach, Tom Shuler gladly resigns all affiliations with Joy Bowers. Article VIII- To Charles Egli, Fagley's mathematical prowess. Article IX- For the edification of the History Department, we bequeath Louise Nolt's ability to Jessie Fowler. Article X-- To Anne Gena, Phyllis Olmstead's rare and tender blush. Article XI To Martha Pfouts, Charlene Ohlen's aflinity. Article XII- To Miss Barton and lVIiss Baker, Dale Stonebrook's Way with snakes. Article XIV- To Junior Fagley, Brother Bill wills the privilege of holding up the Fagley prestige in high school. Article XV- To Tom Slasor, Tom Shuler's ability to get his sleep and be in school at at the same time. ' Article XVI- To Dean and Don Bair, Junior Morgan's love of jitter-bugging-there would be enough for both. H Article XVII- To Bob Singerman, we will Walter Cheslock's genial handsomeness. Article XVIII-To anyone who loves hard work, Fern Fisher's possession of the candy stand. , Article XIX- To whom it may concern, our lovers, Don, Lucy, Anna Lee and Jim be- queath their undisputed claim to the front entrance for tete-a-tetes. Article XX- To "Kelly" Walker, jim Patterson's charming dimples. We do hereby appoint Miss Maurer and Mr. Phillips, our honored advisers, as execu- tors of this, our last will and testament, and do affix our seal this fourth day of April, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty. THE SENIOR CLASS lVi1nessed by: COLE, COLEMAN, FISHER, SHULER, FAGLEQ. i57E -041 ACTIVITIES -GN-9 HERE AND THERE WITH A CANDID CAMERA Yff 1. On the job .... 2. Rear view .... 3. Chemistry Lab., out of order .... 4. A snake .... 5. And another one .... 6. The marching P .... 7. Can we ever for- , get her?. . . 8. Senior adviser, tickled about something. 9. You aren't the only cat in the school .... 10. Snake charmer .... ll. How'd this get in here? . . . 12. The pride and joy of Russell's heart ..,. 13. Let's mix them up a little .... 14. Who helped you up there, boys? . . . 15. Someone's brave .... 16. Stifle that yawn! . . . 17. His best class .... 18. Undefeated State Champs at work .... 19. This picture won a contest for Hanson .... 20. What, again? . . . 21. YVhat's Olmstead crowing about? . . . 22. A thorn be- tween two roses .... 23. Look pretty, now. . . . 24. Spacious halls! . . . 25. Two ofthe "BarHies" . . . 26. Something's wrong here .... 27. lVIore cut-ups! 28. 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HL 7 k ' ' , '-' " ' . . J .mf 5, ,. 1,11 , , ,',.i, 1 .. ",f!,, 11 y . w..,' L .tix-Q 1 N , V 4 tl 5 we" ' Q ' .:, 'im .,,l3,:., , , , 1, ,F , ,,.,.. Q. . .., 1 :0,.iQ'. ' ' ,. -" -J. sf-, W"-',t , 1. iw, 4 ',",f - '9.,.n. -f . ,, L ww . . ,mx 21" ' ,A ,v 1 ,, W! : qw be"-is .13-V:-1 nfl. , H .fix :'ff'Y. W -A Q Wy, VC? , LV 'pvKw. 0463- FOOTBALL THE VARSITY M, WW L. Top Row--Benjamin, Hines, I.. Reese, Castignola, Flbiano, Wherley. Bottom Row-Aifolter, Cheslock, Prysi, Holleyoak, Belknap, Herron UNDEFEATED - 1939 Date Sept. 15 --- -- Sept. 22 --- -- Sept. 29 --- -- Oct. 7 --- ..- Oct. 13 --- -- Oct. Z1 --- -- Oct. 28 --- --- Nov. 4 --- --- Nov. 11 --- .- Nov. 23 1 'HDenoies games away from Game N. P. H. S. Opp. Brookfie'd ....... 3-l--.i---- 0 Zanesville --- --- 33-.w.----- 7 Lorain? ...... Q 7 .... --- 7 Mansfield ....... '20 .... --- 0 East Liverpool --.. 41 ....... -18 Springfield ..... 'L 38 .... --- 6 Nilesyf --- --- I-l----- -- 0 Bellairell --- 6 .... -- 2 Struthers - --- 28-L-- -- 7 Doverm --- -1,6 .... -- 0 ---267 47 '1 otals ..... ..... 0 Ill K' S3635 .,f, " ' VI 'QQ . 53:"'1 . X fic :ii 'Ei MT' R! l MNQ- FOOTBALL -GD-0 THE TEAM ,IPR KZ- LEO BENJAMIN .................. - ............................ END Leo shifted from center to end this year, and served his position faithfully. His team chose him as co-captain for the season. He was also chosen as an All-Ohio end. SENIOR HERBERT HINES .................. - .......................... GUARD "Herb" was our other co-captain and also an All-Ohio guard. He was out of the lineup one game because of an injured arm received at Lorain. He caused much dismay to opposing centers and was a big factor in our defense and even more important on our offense. SENIOR JACK CASTIGNOLA ............... - ...................... HALFBACK Jack is the second four-letter man in the history of our school. He has been one of the most valuable men on our squad, and for the past three years he has done the signal call- ing for the varsity. , SENIOR LLOYD REESE -V .............. Q .... - ...................... FULLBACK Here we have the second "Roswell Express" to grace our school. He is the third member of our team to be chosen as an All-Ohio player. lloyd has set an excellent example for future fullbacks in New Philly to aim at. JUNIOR WALTER CHESLOCK ............. - ......................... TACKLE The "Robert Taylor" of our squad. His best work was to keep in ends that miszht have been pass receivers. Our halfbacks owes him a lot of credit for helping them out. SENIOR KENNETH PRYSI ................. - .................. QUARTERBACK "Kenny" was known to the squad as "BaBa" because of his love for sheep. He is perhaps the least publicized of our team, but is also one of the best blockers in this part of the state. V JUNIOR IVIAX HOLLEYOAK ................ - ......................... TACKLE Max is one of the two varsity men who will be the background for next year's team. He is particularly good at leading interference for the ball carriers. We ,look for big things from him in the future. JUNIOR BOB AFFOLTER ..... 4 ....... .----.-- ......................... CENTER Bob was the smallest man on our line even though he had one of the biggest positions to fill. On defense he played end and was a worry to would-be end runners. He proved to our fans that size makes no difference. SENIOR TOM BELKNAP ................... - .......,................. TACKLE Tom was our team's safety valve. If the going got tough, he was sent in to straighten things out. He pulled the team through many a. bad spot this year and will be greatly missed next year. SENIOR ANTHONY FABIANO .............. - ....................., HALFBACK "Jiggs' started the year on the reserves, but made the varsity before the season opened. He is the other member of the team that is from Roswell. Next year he will be the foundation for our backfield, when he will be called upon to prove his worth. JUNIOR GENE WHERLEY ................. - ............................. END Gene's forte was at handling big tackles that outweighed him twenty or thirty pounds. He was a good pass receiver and came through, especially in the pinches. The linebackers were friendly to him because of his ability to tear down interference. SENIOR GENE HERRON ................... - .......................... GUARD Gene played consistent ball throughout the season, but was out two weeks because of an arm injury. He is the ninth member of our team that has played his last year of foot- ball for New Philly. SENIOR -Kel FOOTBALL -Ov COACHES AND MANAGERS "WOODY" HAYES, com This is Coach Hayes' second year as head coach at New Philly and he has a record of 18 wins, I tie, and 1 defeat, which any coach can he proud of. He has put the Quakers on the top and has gained much publicity for them throughout the state. PAUL HOERNEMAN, Coafh Paul is more or less concerned with the reserves. It is up to him that they learn the plays which are, supposedly, to make the varsity look bad. Even though Coach Hoerneman is the basketball coach, he makes a very able assistant for Mr. Hayes. HERBERT 'KDOCUN STOUGHTON, Faculty Zllanager Here is our man behind the scenes. He schedules the teams, contracts the oflicials, orders the meals, and sees that the team is kept in equipment. Upon 'KDoc" the team depends, and he is a big reason for their success, BOB TOPE, Student Manager. Bob is called upon when it's time for the dirty work. He has to keep the dressing room clean, the suits laundered, cleats changed, and a dozen other such jobs. Besides this, his main job is handing out the equipment and checking it in, which is no easy work. Bob has proved very efficient in his work. 5652 1 -vf6- FOOTBALL -GD-U THE GAMES Yflk- THE '39 QUAKERS DEFEAT BROOKFIELD FOR FIRST GAME A small Quaker eleven fought their Way to their first victory With five veterans in the lineup. Coach Hayes' hopefuls put on a pass display which gave our season great prospects. NEXV PHILLY TAKES HIGHLY RATED ZANESVILLE. YVith more and better passing the "Phils" downed a highly rated Zanesville team who, be- fore the conflict, had shared greatly in the odds. The game turned out to be a "breather" for the next week. QUAKER VVILDCATS TIE SCRAPPY LORAIN IN RAINSTORM The Quakers traveled to Lorain to get revenge for two previous seasons. On a Wet-field, the team battled to their only tie of the year because of a blocked punt. MANSFIELD GIVEN SECOND DEFEAT THIS SEASON ' The visitors took their second defeat of the year in the face of the Quakers' mighty for- ward wall. I Hines was out of the lineup because of an injury received at Lorain. POTTERS ROLL UP HIGHEST. SCORE ON PHILLY IN FIVE YEARS The "Potters" came to New Philadelphia hoping to down the Quakers for the mar that was put in their record a year ago. All they could do was to gain the distinction of scoring the most points on the home team since 1933. QUAKERS YVALLOP EX-STATE CHAMPS, SPRINGFIELD The visitors made the trip to New Philly with a somewhat disorganized team,,to be wal- loped 38 to 6. Coach Hayes gave his varsity a rest and used. his second and third reserves most of the time. . N H h SNOWV CAN'T STOP NEW PHILADELPHIA POWERHOUSE AGAINST NILES The Quakers got off to a bad start in this game, waiting,until the finalperiod to score. On this snowbound day the two tallies were made through a series of line plunges and off tackle drives. , ' NEVV PHILLY VICTORIOUS OVER BELLAIRE ' This game, which was perhaps the most colorful of the season, was the climax of the schedule. Bellaire was the strongest opposition that New Philly has run against in a long time. The final score was due to quick thinking after Bellaire's sustained drive to the N. P. Hi S. "coffin corner" had been stopped. This defeat ruined a probable undefeated season for Bel- laire. I QUAKERS REMAIN UNDEFEATED AS STRUTHERS LOSES A potentially great team was again turned back by the unbreakable Quaker defense and staunch offense. The visitors from upstate, playing their "second game in two years in our stadium, were repelled by a battling Quaker eleven. T NEVV PHILADELPHIA SPANKS CRIMSONS WITH DECISIVE VICTORY At the 'KTurkey Day" game, the Quakers squelched the Dover Crimsons with an array of running and passing. The team was doing so well that they never found it necessary to kick the ball except on con,vers.ions. In defeating their arch rivals, New Philly mounted one of the highest scores in recent N. P. H. S.-Dover classics. ' ' , h I awe ,. 049- FOOTBALL -Cb-1' THE SQUAD Row Row Row Row Row 1-Leo Benjamin, Herbert Hines, Gene Herron, WValter Chesloek, Max Holleyoak, Bob Aflol- ter, Gene Wherley, kenneth Prysi, ,lack Castignola, Lloyd Reese, Kenneth Stempfly. 2-Lloyd Salomon, Bob Singerman, Frank Starinieri, Norman Coleman, Lee Stewart, Tom Belknap, Dean Bair, Don Bair, John Seibold. ' 3vFritz Kislig, George Kuhn, Clifford Carrothers, Tom Lawler, Bob Vllills, Ted Reese, Albert Auer, Bob Miller, Dick Dcmuth. 4and 5-Jerome Vogt, Brenton Kirk, Stanley Beaber, Rudy Parris, Harry Mushrush, Bill johnson, Ronald Alexander, Russell Sickels, Bob Russell, John Hammond, Frank Michelli, Pete Scalambrino, Raymond Bair, Carl Massarelli, Glen Francis, Glen Barker, Anthony Fabiano. 6vJil1'l Dadisman, James Herzog, Bob Miller, Harry Overton. kf -4-- The football season of 1939 is one of which New Philadelphia High School can be very proud. The team came through undefeated after having played opponents whose weight and size gave them great odds. Some of these teams came from cities tive and ten times the size of New Phila- delphia. For a comparatively small school to stand out in the annals of Ohio's gridiron classics is something to be noticed. The Quakers stood out in having three of their members chosen on the All-Ohio Team. These boys were Leo Benjamin, "Herb" Hines, and Lloyd Reese. Two of these boys, Leo Benjamin and "Herb" Hines, were chosen as co-captains for this year's squad. The team, after having won nine games and tied one, were given letter awards with the word NUNDEFEA TED" printed along the side. ln the history of our school, this is the second "Undefeated Season" that New Philadelphia can boast, the other being in 193-l. Another proof of New Philadelphia's success is the fact that her athletes have made good in such colleges as Tennessee, Western Reserve and Carnegie Tech. To the seniors on this year's team, We wish as much success. To Coach Hayes we wish another successful season and We con- gratulate him on his two previous seasons at N. P. H. S. 36922 -vQ- FOOTBALL -CPD-w HERE AND THERE WITH A CANDID CAMERA You didn't see Affolter, did you? . . . Squadys left . . . A dull moment . . . Czm't you hnd him? . . . Reese for ten . . . ls the hall in there? . . . Benjamin, good for :mother .... NVi1lhecz1tch it? . . . Am I embarrassed? . . . Beautiful hroflle. . . After the ball is over . . . VVe follow the winners . . Touchdown play. 3 G9 E N BASKETBALL QM' a UN DEFEATED STATE CHAMPIONS In 1939 and 1940 the New Philadelphia High School basketball team brought an hon- or to our midst which had only twice previously fallen on other schools. This was not the accomplishment of becoming State Champions, but the fact that they were Unde- feated State Champions. The only other Ohio schools to boast this feat of honor are Dayton Stivers and Akron West. Through the work of ten boys and a coach, our team traveled through a season of eighteen games and a tournament play of seven additional games. Altogether the Quakers scored 988 points to 654 for their opponents. Equipped with an unbreakable shifting zone defense and a well balanced offense with six good scorers, Coach Hoerneman entered upon his schedule with Ohio's toughest teams. The Quakers met with ball clubs that experts rated as the best. But it has been said, by Confucius or some other notable character, that "the team that won't be beaten, cannot be beaten." So it was with Coach Hoerneman's prodigies. Many were the games in which our boys trailed at the halfg but after a midway shakedown by the coach, the team entered the court with a determined look and began to play ball. To this team spirit we credit our gains and undefeated season. The success of a twenty-three year old coach and his boys may further be shown by the selection of Glenn Barker and Jack Castignola on the Associated and United Press All-Ohio teams and the same two on the state -All-Tournament teams. "To the victor, belong the spoils," and our team has them. In this section you will find pictures of the trophies obtained by our team and also a picture of the "Johnny Miner Trophy" which Class A schools keep while they retain the championship. Game Opp. N. P. Game Opp N. P. Zanesville ............ 21 35 Lorain ...... -- 33 45 Cleveland Glenville .... 19 39 Uhrichsville --.. -- 30 38 Xenia ........... --- 23 48 Akron South -- -- 31 47 Erie East --- - --- 23 48 Dover ........ - -- 29 32 Dover .... -- 20 26 Newcomerstown ...... 15 50 Massillon ...... -- 32 33 Alliance ........ -.. 21 38 Uhrichsville ...... ..- 26 46 Akron Hower .. -- 24 37 East Liverpool .... -- 22 31 Bellevue ..... -- 32 46 Mansfield ...... --- 32 41 Marietta -- -- 32 46 TOURNAMENT SCORES AT DENNISON AT COLUMBUS Barnesville ....... 31 N. P. H. S. 47 Bellevue ......... 31 N. P. H. S. 34 Zanesville ........ 30 N. P. H. S. 40 Akron South ...... 27 N. P. H. S. 35 Coshocton-- ..... 31 N. P. H. S. 56 ' Dayton Fairview---31 N. P. H. S. 37 STATE CHANIPIONSHIP FINAL Canton McKinley ............. 22, N. P. H. S. ..... .... 3 0 5702 049 BASKETBALL C-'Ps-v L4 ich I-Inq-rnenyin Ernest Fawcett "Doc" Stoughton COACH ES AN D NIANAGERS kj?-. PAUL HOERNEMAN, Coach - Mr. Hoerneman was judged by many critics and sports writers as Ohio's outstanding coach in the 1939--I-0 season. He has given New Philadelphia a shifting zone defense that is envied and praised wherever basketball is found. He is to be congratulated and thanked for bringing New Philadelphia its first State title. ERNEST FAWCETT, Student lklanager'-To "Spicket" we shall give the title of All-state lXIanager. In four years, he has made the trip to Columbus State Tourna- ments four times, once with lNIidvale and three times with the Quakers. He is re- garded by the team as a "good-luck piece" because of this record. He has been very competent in keeping the team supplied and equipped. This year our "good-luck piece" graduates, so the new squad will have to find another. HERBERT "DOC" STQUGHTON, Faculty lbianager - In 1933 when "Doc" took over the position of faculty manager, he had some new ideas. One of these was that New Philadelphia was playing schools too small to gain recognition, and that we needed a change in our schedules. He stated that, 'fWe have the boys, so why not play larger teams ?" And we did. In 1934 the Quakers had an undefeated football season and now in 1940 we have a state championship just because "Doc" scheduled the big teams that gave us the experience with which we could whip anyone we met. awe Q., if .,: ig' iw? , ff ' 2. XXX, . V if af 3' kr: AW ifxm 37. ,gi fn Q, ,QQ W ,. xxx ' ff A, QQQQQI ww be bfi n 5 ??Q? wwf. M , , ,BX 3, - 3,1 . A f X,-WN ' .A gn 1 i if Y 'Q mfwi 5 w ,v,:5fei.1' 9' FL 1 f 4 S L an X x Ss' i Q 1-1 Xu I ! Q 4 U A I at 'K , f f Sw fs IF' x sys ,,-pq., , Q ,ku X! 1? . Y X 'wif E Q N ik if if in IK! ., in 35 Q Q. . 1 4 E if :X 'R gg , 'Y 9 sew!! s ' . Q 4 1 A 2' : s an 5 6 , nf If 4, , Q b in in 'K S 1 if S. Q' gd' K . . , Q Yi x if '1 , Q KJ f ns' '1'. 'L 5512 A x .K I 'S 4, T 1 M IEASKICTBAIJ, "To the victors belong the spoils" . . . "and I tell you-" . . . "Say it with flowers" . . . '6Go in there and fight!" . . . "Here We come" . . . 'gliverybody happy? Well, I should say!" . . "We did it, here's the proof" . . . HThat's johnny Miner in the center." 3742 -vQD- BASKETBALL I THE CHAMPS iff- BOB FERGUSON .................. ............................. C enter Bob was elected honorary captain by his team mates for this year's squad. He was inval- uable because of his great height, both on offense and defense. "Dagwood" made his points from an "overhead shot" in the corner of the floor. SENIOR JACK CASTIGNOLA ............... ............................. G uard Jack was chosen on both All-Ohio and All-Tournament teams, and was the mainstay of the team. He kept things running smoothly, and kept the team alive. Jack is probably the most outstanding and all-around player ever to come out of New Philadelphia, and is cer- tainly the most versatile. We can be correct in saying that he is the only four-letter man in fifteen years. Before that, we have no records. SENIOR DON BROVVN ..................... .....,....................... G uard "Red" played his best on defense because he was small and fast. He was not a high scorer, but was always sure of his shots. Spectators probably did not see Don as much as the oth- ers, or perhaps paid less attention, but without him New Philadelphia would not have the record they do. . SENIOR GLENN BARKER .................... 4 .................. Q .... ,Q Forward Glenn was the other member of our team chosen on All-Ohio and All-Tournament teams. He led the team in scoring with a total of 270 points for the season. He is the only member of the first five returning next year and around him the varsity will be built. JUNIOR LLOYD REESE ............................................... Forward "Bronco's assignment was to get the ball from the backboard. This he did, particularly in the McKinley game. Lloyd hnishes his high school athletic career this year. You will go far to find an "under-bucket" nlan so accomplished as he. JUNIOR LEO BENJAMIN ........................................... Q .... Center Leo plays either center or forward and is good at both. He is considered as a member of the first five, even though he has never started a ball game. Leo played a great amount of ball this year and was responsible for a good many victories. SENIOR KENNETH GRIBBLE .. .......................... , ............ ..--.'iGuard "Kenny" started the season on the first five in the place of Jack Castignola, who was sick at the time. He has come through in many "pinches" and especially in the Dover game, ' where he scored the winning points. His real value will be shown next year, when he will make the backbone for the team. JUNIOR BOB TOPE ........ ................ - . ............... , ........ --- Forward Bob was "on the spot" this year, particularly because he had one of the state's toughest forwards to beat out. Due to this fact, he did not play much ball, but when he did, he proved he knew how. SENIOR DON EVANS ...................... ............................ F orzvam' "Duck" is another two-position man, guard and forward. He made his success in the latter part of the season and in the tournament, where he was called to replace Brown , and did it well. He is the third member to return next year. JUNIOR BILL TUCKER .................... . - .................... - ....... G uard Bill played consistent ball throughout the season. He played very little in varsity games, but gave fine performances in reserve exhibiions. His worth cannot be judged until next year, when his turn will come. JUNIOR 5755 NGD- BASKETBALL THE RESERVES Sitting-Bill Tucker, Dun Rzair, Curl Uznllns. Ted Reese, Roh Stork, Eugene Ellwood, Ilzule Hnrslinc. St N N N N N N N N N N N N N N 1lI'ldiI1Q'Qt01lCh Hoernemun, Den Hzlllcr, M llHIlQCl' CI'Hll'll'S Snyder. .P. H. S. .... ---2.1 P. H. S. .... --- . P. H. S. .... --- P. H. S. .... ---21 . P. H. S. ---- --- . P. H. S. --.- --- . P. H. S. ---- --- .R H. S. ---- --- . P. H. S. ---- --- .P.H.S. ---- --- .P. H. S. ---- --- .P.H.S. ---- --- .P.H.S. ---- --- .P.H.S. ---- --- entnn Kirk, Glenn Francis. Roh Stewart, Ren Ritter, N. Y. A. Town--- ---- N. P. Independent ---- ---- SllQ2ll'CI'CCk ----.- ---- -- Dover Reserves -- - llassillon Reserves Xville Reserves --- ---- - Dundee --.--- Xville Reserves -- Brewster ----- Dover Reserves - -------- ---- Neweomerstown Reserves - - - - - - Alliance Reserves- -------. ---- Presbyterian -..- ---- St. Joseph --- -- i76E Z2 33 IS 257 I0 10 7 77 W 38 +6 1+ ZR 27 21 049. l J. if do My ff SPORTS CPU CHEERLEADERS John Adams Billie Diefenbacher Clara Haman Julia Nicoh It is a great asset to any school to possess a good group of cheerleaders. Our high school can certainly claim this dis- tinction, as our cheerleaders have proved themselves to be excellent in many respects. Their new yells have been received with pleasure, their cheering has shown a degree of sheer spontaneity which has brought forth a better school spirit, and above all, their splendid and unselfish teamwork has made them a quartet to be remembered. Also important in making the cheerleaders such a success has been the fine cooperation contributed by the student body. 3775 I mfn- SPORTS FE' -ow- J .'. is . GTBA. J l ,hf j..V . fy. Row I-Dorothy Slioil. Maxine Kniesner, Pauline Fisher, Mary Ann Meyer, Edythe Plntz, l.ois Bender, lislher Groh. 'Mary Mofhtt. Anne Hawk, Miss Parson. Row 2--Bt-tty Jenn Tate, XYilm:1 Davis, Patricia Diefanlmcher, Ioan Cree, Lois Fullers, Lois Johnson, Kutlierinc Kaiser, Dorothy llolleyozlk, Dorothy Chenay, ,lune Thompson. Row 3--l .ulyne Ries. l.ois Stzmslmury, Mzlry Sharp, Annabelle Smith, Mabel Rt-ip, .lc-nm-t Morgan. Aileen Britt, ll.-tty Desseclqer, Marie lYinters, Norma jenn Sherer. Maxine Swinehzirt, l.ucille Yuggi. ROW'-l'f-lllllllillt' lifllliil, june Kennedy, Marjorie Reese, Marjorie Knisoly, Marjorie Crites, livzilyn Cihon, rlllllil Cocly, lrene Michelli. 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' ' 3 a., 4L.4.Sa+."w Y A v-Q- BAND .Qu Ron l -Xl:tt'joric lficht-l, Robert liostcr, tilt-nn livzthcr. flliltlrctl Sevcr, Attltnltcllc lllzturcr, Yixi:ttt lllztcliltttrti llorotlty .It-:tu Lorltt-tt, Lloyd l,ll1QL'l', Rohctrt 5lIl2llIlllS, lttlwztrcl Kyslut, xxllllIllll fllottttt, ll:tt'olfl Xlultt-rs, Nlr. llliss, o Row! .loltn Nlt-issucr. tilzttlys Willizttus, llctty XYilli:ttus. lftlytltc lllzttz, llt-lun Stow-tts, Rohn-rt lfisltvr. .lt-:me Ilichscl. lfttgctte Nell. vlztttc littsscll, llztrolml Stctc-tts. l"ot'cst Miller, lll1lff1Ill'l't Nlorgrtu. Row .1 --Dorotlty St-ter, Kolrcrt llztlccr, Dorothy Stntttln-t', l'vt'cy lfggztu, Nlxtxim' Spccht, lfugvttv Tygurtl. C':tltitt t ltttcltztuztu, Dorothy Lowtttiller, Roltert Ric-lter. Rvginu Nlctiill, Thclutzt Sta-xcus. C':ttltcrittt- lilztcltltttru Row 4--lloltcrt Ryxtu, Alzttttes lloltlm, Rosxtuu Wltittttztu, liilccn tlrt-cn. Tltn-lttt:t liitticlqci-, lithvl liuclgohr, llill llztu- sott, ,lc-ztttuc Collins. Blztrthzt NlcXccla'y, lftlwrtrtl Ultligcr. lfztrl lfisltn-r, ,lc-ssiv lfowlvr, Dot-otlty llollt-yogtlq, Row :w -lit-ttm-tlt Smith, Nortttu lirty, ,l:ttttcs Schusslcr. lllztltcl Rcitt, -It-:tu Tltottt:ts, l.ois Xlltlrott. Xtilforml lfuttlt, AlIlI'gIll'L'l Thotttzts, fllztrtiu NlcL':trtncy. Don ll:tlter. lietty llztltcr, liill llrcwt-r. lfztyt- Sloe. Rowo -.Xztrou Funk, Flr., lilvnn llollittgsworth, littttttvt llurstim-, Dztlc Scltusslt-t', .Nlztn lirozttllturst, fXl:tt'y Ilu- clt.tu:Itt. Yictoi' -lculfitts. Don l'lt-tttcttts. Roltcrt Sloc, L':tt'l tim-ilu, Cltnrlcs l'ortvrficltl. liowf -Iltll litclwr. litclturtl ljCIll'llOl'll. Rolwrt Rltouey, Robert Dt'.Xr:tta-ut, Tottt lYltitttt:tn, Rohn-t't Dgttis. lfxtrl linylor. .Xmlrt-w Ciltztttztltrooli, l.t-wis lip-rs. Klztrgztrct lfolctttxtn. Not iu IllCllll'1' -litlwiu lirnt-st, Dick llztuson. llc-ury l'ut'tt-rticltl, jr., lXl:tt-lin Russcll, Xlilclrfttl l.lcwt-llyu. I'ht- lt:tutl's tttosl ltrilliztttt spa-ctztclc iu history occurrctl on Tltrtttlqsgivittg Dzty :tt thc Xt-w l'ltil:tflt-lplti:t-llover tootltztll gzttttc, lt l-t'I:llll't'll :t catmtott shooting thrt-at cftuuon ltztlls, which fortttctl D, ll, S. on the tieltl. This was stccottttttnictl hy :tt-riztl ltotttlms. lt ztlso feztttttw-tl "Dark Town Strttttvrs liztllf' itttrotlttciug two ltlztclc-f:tcv tlttttcers, Yirjgittizt Xlilltr :tnfl llolt Slwllcy. Tha- tlztttcurs wcre trztllsportt-tl to the rieltl iu :tu open-:tir tttotlt-I I tlxt lhc Ittutl txhtlmttttl thrtt tupltttts t tu X l' tml ts t ht htu toucl tht html tottttttl t I.'. ' I 'fl ' " I ' I T, I lllDX' Q . . ., I If I llS Q' 'L ' I ' ' ' I vttztp of the l'uitul Stzttcs frzttttiug :t huge- .-Xutc-ricztu Hug, while tht' hztml plztycrl Htlotl Hlcss .-Xtttt't'ic1t." lht- luttttl cttioycml tltcutsclves :tt the strttt' ltztslwtltrtll tournnutcut :tt Colutttltus, Tht' tttctttlrcrs wcrc ttttits- ltortvtl itt ltttst-s :ttttl stxtyt-tl :tt llotvl llltittctttlcit. The lwtitcl Ita-rfortttctl :tt cvcry gzuttc in which ottr tcztttt utr- l ttctttxttttl. lht- otttstxtutltug' hit was our druut major, l.cwts liycrs, who dztttcsd to "l7:tt'l: Town Struttcrs l1:tll" while twirlittq his lmtott. l'ot tht- ttrst tttut- in its history, thc ltzutcl :tttcttclcml thc liztsttrn District Music Coutt-st :tt Xlttslsittggtutt, which was ht-Itl on Xlxtrch JU. The jtulgvs rrttctl it :ts "Supt'riot'," :tml rccottttttcmlctl th:tt it :tttwutl thc Stxttc Vontt-st 'il 91 E I x.. GNGD- ACTIVITIES -Cb-ff Row Row Row Row Row Not SE IOR CHORUS W'alt:r Chr-sloclc, Olga Alexander, Ella Marie Boles, Julia Nicola, Helen Stevens, Annabelle Maurer. 1E Lucille Yaggi, Norma Ray, Hob Cronehaugli. 2--Dale Schussler, Mollie Hunker, Dorothy Shott, Helen Kuhn, .loan Recs, Esther Carnahan, Betty fun- ninghzuu, Eugene Nell, Dorothy Cheney. 3-Glenn jenkins, Bob Ile.-Xi'iut-nt, Ieane Ilichsel, l.lovcl Dinger. Margaret Hurst, Bernice Shackleford, Mary Moffatt. XYilu1a Rt-if. Mildred l.lt-wellyn. -l-Norman Coleman, Calvin Buchanan, lzunes Sehussler, Earl Meek, Ilarolcl l.ichty, Dick Kaiser, Mar- garet 'l'homas. Virginia Francis, Anne Hawk, Vivian Iiait. 5-Edward Ryszlta, jim Trimmer, Anna l.ee Parsons, Rae Congleton, Boll Davis, Bolt llolloclc, Mr Bliss. Andrew Smith, XYillis Maurer. in pieluregllullt lflory, Dorothy Lowmiller, l,ois Hurst, Mary Ann Meyer. KZ The Senior Chorus sang at the Reformed Church on Young I'eople's night of Spiritual Em- plmsis week. The chorus rendered music for evening services at various churches. It attended the Eastern District HIusic Contest at Ilfluskingum on I'tIarch 29, for the purpose of criticism and was rated as "Excellent" and recommended to go to the State Contest. After the above pic ture was taken, the chorus members were outfitted with vestments consisting of white surplices with black at the necks and black skirts. The Chorus's last appearances will he at Baccalau reate and Commencement Exercises. 3825 -u-Q9- ACTIVITIES -CPU UNIOR CHORUS Row l-lillenor Statlord, lileanor liimhach, Edna Pollock. Betty Tate, Jacqueline jacqnette, Joan Cree, VVilma llatis. Maxine Swim-hart, Marjorie jones, Geraldine VVintcrs, Anna jenkins. Row 2-Dorothy McCullough, Anna Meese, Marjorie Knisely, Thelma INIL-ek, Dorothy Mason, Lois johnson, :Kilt-cii l'aIor1cy, Norma Shercr. Marjorie GL-ltz. Anna Zingery, Ruth Swcascy. Row 3--Miss Shaw, Marjorie Suiberl. listhcr Reed, Iiucille XYarmaclc, lithel Carpenter, ,lo.'Xnn Swift. Elizabeth llrowning, Martha Wolfe, Polly Orr, Shirley Robinson, Angeline France, Iimma Iidwards, Ifdythe Iirl- wards. Wanda lianli, Josephine Castignola. XYalter Faggley, jr. Row -lsliarl liaylor, Rudy, Parris, Florence XYalton, Rulh Knapp, Sally VVhitnall, lYilma Reed, Dorothee Fin- ney, Ili-li-n Warldington, Norma l'lrich, joy Bowers, XYilliam Pepper. Row Swhlarxin Nlcfarty, lfarl lleib, Howard Bradley, Ruth Graff, Julia Chtslock, john Hammond, Melville Noll, Iloh lllaelq, Dale Prysi, I-larry Na-well. iff- Membership in this organization, of which IXIiss Shaw is the adviser, is a pre-requisite of the Senior Chorus. The purpose is to study the singing voice and to introduce four-part choir sing- ing. The aim ofthe Chorus is to develop each voice for higher singing ability and to teach each memlfer how to best use the voice in blending with others. The Junior Chorus has chosen as its theme 'lhlusic in the Air," by Root. The Chorus sang original pep songs at the Thanksgiving pep rally, and Christmas carols at the Christmas assembly. They also participated in the annual lllay Festival on INIay 10, and in the National Bilusic YVeelc exercises. 5332 'NGD' ACTIV ITIFS fvw- ORCH ESTR Row Row R ow Row Row l 2 3- 4 5 -Louise Nolt, Ruth Shackleford, Eleanor Marsh, l.illian Edwards, Marjorie Jackson, Dona- von Reese, Gaynor Fitzpatrick, Richard Hanson, Dale Schussler. llenry Vorterfn-ld, jean France, Bernice Shaclclel'ord, Anna Kadcrly, Virginia Francis, Shir- ley Wolfe, Mary Mofiitt, XYillis Maurer, limmvtt Iinndy, Marie Hell. Norma Ray, Margaret Thomas. lidwin Frncst. Marlin Russell, Mildred Sr-vcr, Rohert Fisher, lidythc Platz, Charlotte Eckert. V-Calvin llnehanan. Mildred Llewellyn, Dorothy Lowmiller, Harold Stevens, lingcne Nell. jeane Bicliscl, Harold XYaltvrs, Edward Ryszlca. . Ahlargarct Coleman, Mary Buchanan, Glenn Hollingsworth, Jessie Fowler, Dorothy Holley- oalc. Charles Forterfic-ld, Carl GL-ilu, Mr. Bliss, Not in picture-Robert Sloe, Donald Clements. X52- The orchestra rendered music for the Collins Festival, Senior Class Play, Baccalau- reate, and Commencement Exercises. Also, it attended the Eastern District hlusic Contest at llluskingzmn College on llflarch 29. Its rating was "Good.'l It has the complete instrumentation of a string orchestra to which consicleralvle emphasis has been given. 3943 -v-QD- ACTIVITIES -6-4-0 FRENCH CLU B Row l-Betty Cunniughzun, Norma Ray, Dorothy l.owmiller, Julia Cody, Julia Nicola, Elizabeth Henson, Miss Wicks. Row 2--Rieliard XYolfc, Andrew Smith, Anne Hawk, Rae Congleton, Tom Belknap, Chester XYillis, Alim Cllarlw. FIRST Y7EAR IXIEMIZ ERS IlIartha Curtis Dale Slough Georgia Gwinner Helen Stevens Dorothy Ilolleyoalc lllarjorie Knisely Jessie Fowler Fllenor Stafford OFFICERS -lI'I.IA Com' --- J ' ------------------------------- Irenflfnt IANDREXY SMITH ............................ Vire President ANNE HAVVK ....... -. ......................... Secretary Tom BELKNAP Miss XVIQKS ................................... flflziisfr ------------------------------- Treasurer The French Club serves its members as a source for learning more about the customs and country of France. VVhile the club teaches a more fluent use of the language, it also provides entertainment. The most successful meeting was the annual Christmas party, which was held at the home of the president. Christmas carols and games, the distribution of presents, the discussion of Christmas customs, and a plentiful supply of refreshments, occupied the evening. 5535? MQ- ACTIVITIES -C-D0 GERMAN CL B Row l----Marlin Russell, lim Patterson, Harold XVinlqler, Max VVassem, Frank Starinicri, Roger Miller, Dali' Sehussler, Glenn Curtis. Row 2 Phyllis Ulmsteatl, Miss Felton. Row .1 Don lircesv. -Ella Marie lloles, Earline XYassL-ni. June Thompson, lYallcr Chcsloclc, Mildred Seyer, Ellen Cole, "--Robert lorglcr, Mary Smith. Virginia Francis. llc-nry Porlerticld, INIarg:u'et Schitle, Ilvtty I.on I.ehr, Now -l7iilk'1l1l ,lt-nlcius, Ada xYt'1'lQ't'1', Evan Morgan, Lucille Yaggi, l.loyd Dinger, Dale Stonebrook, Harold lValters, George Robb, llarolcl llroomhall. Row 5- .lost-ph N'x'arner, Winston Smart, Ralph Smith, lYilliam Aubihl, Dick Ilzmson, Holm Tope. Not in pictiiri---XYilliam Fox, lya XX'vax'er, Ima' Stewart. Don Clements Charles Egli Lois Fellers Berdella Fisher Dorothy Fisher FIRST YEAR IXIEMBERS Clara Ilaman Lois Hurst Dick.Kaiser lllildred Llewellyn Annabelle lllaurer VVillis lllaurer Edwin lllizer ,lack Schneider illargaret Thomas Edward VVillis OFFICERS IJALE SCHUSSLER .... .- ......................... President ELLEN Coma .............................. Vire President AIARY SMITH ................................. Sffretary EARLINE NVASSEM ............................. Treasurer Miss Fi5m'oN .....,.................-.....,.... Aflfzfiser 'llhe purpose of the German Club is to further our acquaintance with German language and literature, but especially to better our German speech in conversation with one another. The German Club Christmas party, which was one of the outstanding meetings of the year, was held on December IQ. German songs were sung, and German games were played. Also, a gift exchange was held, and typical German 'igoodiesv were served. 5336? 063- - ACTIVITIICS -GNU L TIN CLUB Row I- -Robert Cl'UlIL'IHlIlgI'I, Iingenv Neff. -Ieun forln-il, Miss Rutleclgc, .'Xnnc flcnzi. I.:uIyne Ries, Fern Ifisiier, Louise Noll. Row 2'-l":iyv Slow, INIuriIyn Rausch. liharlcs ICgIi, Calvin Iluclianan, .Iunc Russt-II. Howl l'Ii:irII-S Newt-II. Noruian Coluinun, Milton Ifislicr. XYiIIi:un Ifzigley. Nui in picture' - Nuhcrt Fisher. K-QR OFFICERS AIILTON FISHER ......................,........ Prfsidmf L'fu.vIN IiL'cimN.AxN --- ..................... Vive lJ!'l'.Yillt'Ilf w LII,-XRLIZS Fam ...............-...... ...... I Vwrrfary Iii mums Nizlflf .-......... . ................... 7I7'FflSIlI'!'l' Miss Rl"1'l.i5ncuz ---L ....................... . ..... ,lflfiixw This organivation stands for a higher development of the individual socially and a Ivet- ter instruction in the Latin language for the members of the cluh. This year the IXIarch meeting of the Latin CIuh was said to he the most interesting. A short pIay was presented and various members of the cIuh participated in an unusual prograln entitled "The School of the Air.'I 3872 GNGJ- ACTIVITIES D EBATE TEAM Row I--XYill1:11u lfaglcy, Dorothy lpwmiller, Lucille Yzlgyi. lhlty L'unningh:uu, Mr. Render. Rowf---,lim Trimins-r, Annu Ire l':n-sons. ,lunior l'::rlvrticlfI, llclen lixnisvr, lbaxid Kinsey. Affirnmfiw-VVilliam Fagley, Dorothy Lowmiller, Henry Porterfield, -lr. Nf'yr1fi1'ff- Betty Cunningham, Anna Lee Parsons, Uave Kinsey, jim Trimmer, Robert Pollock. Arlwixrrg lX'lr. Bender. kf Q' This year the debate team has had a very full schedule and has been successful at all the contests in which it has participated. ln the fall, the squad entered a practice tournament at Canton. They were victorious in three of eight events. They also participated in the State Speech League District Tournament at Greensburg and tied for third place. The question for debate this year was Resolved: That the govern- ment should own and operate the railroads. 3 98 E wo- Aorivrruis cw C ENTRA L N EWS Row I-Arlcen XVOH1.-. Roc Congleton, Fern Fisher. Betty Cunningliain, jane Ashbaugh, Phyllis tlhnstead. H ulen llolleyoak. 'P Row - -Louise Nolt, Helen Grail, Annu Hawk, Sally XYhiln:ill, Helen Cheney, Helly Stein Yixiwn Fail, Miss Sl1uiiial:1'1'. Rowi-Milton Fisher, Hob Frederick, Dori Bair, Don lircese. Marjorie Reese. l'f1ijtor.r ............ Louise Nolt, Rae Congleton, lllilton Fisher Apnrtx Lzhfor .................................. Don Bair l't'I1fI1I'f' lfzlilor ............................ lllarjorie Reese Club lfzlifnr ................... Column krllior ................. Phyllis Uhnstead Harold YVinkler Art mul -1lr1K'r-up lirlimr ....................... Anne Hawk 4!.V.VI.Vfl11If ,Jrf Editor -- ...................... Sally VVhitnall Rwjznrfffrs ..... Charlotte Eckert, Holi l3u.rine.rs fllnlmger ............... fl.t.ri.rlr1l1l 1gI1A'iIlF.t'.t' fllanagrfr ....... - C'il'l'1llIIfifNl JIIIIIHQFI' ,Al.rsi.rfru1t fjifflllllfiflll flfrllrqgler - .... l,I'0Illll'fi0Il Jlllflllllylff ff'A,Yi.t'f!llIf lJI'0IlIll'fl0Il il IIIIIIIHFI' ...... Frederick, Betty Cunningham Don Freese ------------- john Strahl Fern Fisher Julia Cody Jane Ashhaugh --------- Helen Holleyoak lyjzlxls ................ Betty Stein, Vivian Fait, Helen Cheney Arleen VVolfe, Helen Graff llJ7'i.vf'r - ............... - llliss Shumaker The Central News endeavors at all times to serve its readers through all the fune- tions of a newspaper. It attempts to he enterprising and fair, faithful to the best traditions of a free press, motivated always by the largest interests of school, com- munity, and nation. 5 39 E FNGD- ACTIVITIES -694' Row Row Row 3 Row Row Row Not si COMMERCIAL CLUB I-l.loytl Salomon, Kay XVise. Thelma Stitifler, Virginia Steiner, Ruth Thomas, Mildred XVhite, Maxine Fisher, Virginia Massarclli, Mr. Stn-Hen. -Roy Bra-ting, Marian Stonebrook, l.ois Fellers, Katlicrinc Kaiser, Ruth Glazier, Gladys Bucher, Anne Ilanpvrt. jean Ilanian. Vera Dindo. une Ralston, Connie XYillis, Catherine Cihon, Shirley XVolfe, Mary jane Meissner, Thelma IVillian1s, Betty XYilliants. lerrv Francis, Helen Grati, Bernice Shaclcleforcl, Helen Hollvyoalc, Erma INIattcyi, Betty Stein. Mary Hiblis, Mae Hawk, Marie Bell, Mary Corptnan, Charlene Ohlen. Yfiaylc jackson, Melxin Erb, Ernest Fawcett, john Pophani, james Trimmer, Anna Lee Parsons, Ruth Carpenter, Maxine Knit-sner, Betty Roth, Maxine Schoch. -Don Brown, I.cna Magnolia, john Keinpf, Newton Seabrook, Anna Myers, Clara Grandi, Catherine Mt-uchan, Maxine Carpenter. picture f--Anna Karlvrly, Velma Kinsey, lVilma Irggctt, Dorothy Stantier. K-if OFFICERS JEAN HAMAN ,................................ President HELEN GRIAFF ............................ Vire President jo11N PoPHAM ................................ Secretary IVIELVIN ERB .................................. President Miss STEINER, MR. PHILLIPS, MR. STEFFEN .......... Advisers The Commercial Club, which is a social and educational activity for those taking the Commer- cial Course, has this year been very successful in providing some interesting programs. Not only were they the audience to several noted speakers but their annual party was an immense success 3902 GHS- ACTIVITIES -CD'-9 HONOR CLUB Row I-.Xrlten Wolfe, hvlllllll Davis, Dorothy Mcfnllougli. llolly Orr, jane ASlll7!l1lLlll, julia Cody, Anne llawk. Xlr. xxillllflllli Howl -Donald lfreese, George Rohh, Eleanor I.lll'llJ1lCl'l. Helen Cheney, Betty I.on l.el1r. Row 3-Xliltou Fisher, Ula-nn Curtis, Louise Noll. Fern Fislier, Marjorie Geltz, Helen Grad, Rosann hvlllilllilfl. Kow4--Robert Roth, Dick Kaiser. Calvin Buchanan, Shirley Wolfe, Ilelen XVaddington, .lcssiv Fowler, Aileen l'aloucy. Norma ,lean I'lricli, Irene Zion, Marilyn Rausch, Iiarlinc XYIISSUHI, Mary Smith, Iivelyn Vihon. Rows5K6-Roln-ri liosier, XYilliaiu Fagley, Jael: Schneider, Charles Egli, Sally Xvliitnall, Annalmelle Smith, Nlelxille Noll, lillenor Stallord, Carl Gt-ily, llenry Porterlield, jr., Ernest Clansing, Gerald Francis, llartlvy llarrisou, Charles lfla-mister, Miss Felton. Xol in picture---llolseri lllaclc. Fllen Cole, .lames Iliister, Tlivlma Roudelvush. Raymond Ricltlie. OI"I"ICERS MI1,ToN FISHER -- ....................... ...-.. I 'rffriflenf JICSSIIE l"owLER .................... ........ I fire Prpyidpnf biutuafv VVoLFE ..... . .................... -.,, - Sfffffllfy Miss I"izi,ToN, Miss HELMICK, MR. XVILl.mA1s ........ Afleisrrs The Honor Cluh has as its purpose the advancement of hetter scholarship, the establishment of higher social ideals, and the encouragement of students who have attained the necessary grades for the Honor Roll. Iiach year the Ilonor Club is entertained at a delightful party by the local College Cluh. This party is the highest peak of the Clulv's program and is eagerly looked forward to hy all the members. D 5 91 E GNGD- ACTIVITIES -Grin FORUM CL B I I Row R ow I-Gene I-Icrron, XVaIter Chuslnclx, Kenneth Prysi, jack Castignola, Anthony Faliiano, Frank Starinicri, lloyd Reese, Tlloinas lawlcr. I.co Benjamin, 'Ihmnas Belknap, Kcnmtli Stemplly, john Seilmld, Don Hair, Lloyd Salo- mon, Dean Bair, Richard lit-nintli. Rnw34,lames Trimmer, Herbert llinus, George Kuhn, Harold Iichiy, Ted Reese, Lee Stewart I Row 4 Not Ronald Alexander, liolmcrt Wills. Ernest Fawcett, Dale Stom-lmroolq, Rnhcrt Singerman, john Ilannnond, Frank Miclielli Mr. SlL'Il'L'Il. picture--Ilnmcr Snnmers, Robert Ferguson, Iingt-nu lilvt-rtnre, George Cfmnanita, l:I'il7 liislig, liugenc XYlu'rley, XYilliam Iinx. Max Iiolleyoalq, Allxt-rt Iliclslic. kl- Q' OFFICERS HIXRIBLD LICHTY ............. -. ................ lJI'c"SIllF71f LLOYD Reese ................. -. ............ Virf President Luo BENJAMIN ................................ SFf'I'!'fI!fj' HHRHER1' HINES ............................... Trvaxurer This club has proved to he a very successful organization. It is comprised chiefly of boys active in athletics. In the spring, the club members gathered up their girl friends and set out to Fort Laurens for their annual picnic. Refreshnients were served anal games were played. 3922 , ' Q ' . V5r"c'7:' C47 049- ACI IVITIICS -6-U HI-Y Row l---glznnes l':11lerson, Dicl: Hanson, Calxin lltichanan. Norman Coleman, Charles Snyder, Ross K:1s1or. Klux XY.lSSL'lll, Mr. llowey. Row 2-Dan Rasche, XYilli:nn Fagley, Charles Newell. Eugene Nell, ,lmnes Schusslcr, Roy llrvtinu. lYilli:1ni 'l'ncl4n'r. Row3--Dale Scltussler, Howard Braclley, Harold XYinklc-r. Harry Mnshrnsll, Tom Sliulvr, Dezm tlrihlvle, llotd Dinger, lftlwin lirnest, lloh 'liope George I':trsons. Nathan XYright. ,lack Sclnutplmacli, Alfred Vlllllier. Rohert Cronehaugh. Row -lf--.lnnior l'ortt-rticlml, Diclt Kaiser. Bill Ruclter. l.ouis KlcClasky, Milton Fisher, Don Ht XY:llter lfagley, Rolmert Miller, Ralph Smith, Rohr-rt Dr-Arinent. Xml in picture--Antlrew Slizmalxrook, Anthony Fahiano. YQ- OFFICERS -lL'NIoR l,UR'I'liRFlELD ............................ PI't'.VlI1Fllf L'lmRl,12s SNYDIER .......................... Vin' l'rf.virIw1f DICK K,AXISlER ................. - ............... - St'1'7'l'fll!'-1' Iimim ERNEST .... MR. llowm' --, .... y1fFlI.VIll'F7' - J 1lt'i.ver One of the outstanding features in the Hi-Y this year was the induction ritual. Both new and old tnenihers were greatly impressed hy the speeches of the club officers and Reverend Cody. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the entire group enjoyed an evening of frivolity, which was climaxed hy the serving of refreshments. 393E l MQ- ACTIVITIES 'CV' if ART CLUB ii T ' 1 'AN Rowl-Paul Sehlatly, julia Cody, Anne llawlq, Dick Miller, Lucille Marks, Nlayuartl lirlm, jacquclim- ,lTlCl1llL'iTL'. XYilliruu Pepper, Alice Swihart. Row 2-Sally Xlfhitnall, Mary Mofhtt. Virginia Francis, Mildred XYhitc, VVilu1a llorrler. Jeanne XVarner, llouu-r Sinuuers, Tom 'lll'l0lll!lS. Rovix? --Annalu-lle Smith, Marjorie May, Miss Flon-ter. Rf ii. The purpose of the Art Club is to encourage and help students who have artistic ability. The Art Club members have done figure drawing, oil painting, metal tapping, designing, linoleum work, charcoal drawing, and various craft works. Although this club was organized only this year, it has proved highly successful and has been beneficial to all its memebrs. 5945 wa- AcT1v1T1b:s -cw DA CE COMMITTEE Row I-Norman folcnuzm, Dorollmy l.ow1uiller, Lois Hurst, lileanor l.imlmcl1, llL'Ul'QL' Rolmlm. Row If-,llane lliehsvl, Margaret Ann llursl. june Thompson, -loy Bowers. Row.3' Roll lJe.Xrment. Dan Rasehe, Holm Black. 35? 'llhe Dance Committee, of which ,lone Thompson is the Chairman and llliss Barton the adviser, have planned the decorations and pro- grams for our school dances. They have done much to make the soc- ial program of the school a success, as they have provided exception- ally fine dances. hlatinee dances have been added to the program of evening dances and have been very popular. 5955 MQ- ACTIVITIES -CD0 GIRL RESERVES i l -T l Row lAGloria XVells. Ruth Svvcasey, Virginia Miller, hvillllil Mohn, Billie Diefenliaeher, Clara Hanian, janv Russell, .lane llanna, Maxine Kay Kropp, Ruth Flory. Row 2-I ois Stanslnn'y, Dorothy Sera-r, Tll1'ill1Il Bitticker, ,loan Rees. Delene Stelley, Marjorie Crites, Esther XYaldron, lfflla Marie Holes, liarline XYZISSUIII, Mary Siniih. Row 3-Jacqueline jaerluette, 'Dorothy l.owmiller, Lucille Yaggi, Roth Shaelsleiord, Mary jane Gr:il'f, Eleanor l.iinbacl1, Anne Gena, Ellen Cole, Phyllis Ulinslead, Thelina Fisher. Row 4-Carrie Mae Fisher. Nita llnnn. Charlene Ohlen, lois Fellers, Lucille Marks, l.ois Hurst, XYilma Rt-if. Helen linhn. liois Holtz, llelen XYaclcling1on, Sally XYhitnall, Mary Ann Meyer, Bettie Parsons. Rr-ily fnnningliam. Row5--Yirian Blackburn, jean Strahl, Angelina Francs, Rnih Knapp, jennet Morgan, lilizabetli Browning Mary Mt-issuer, lfdyllu- l'lalz. Row Gfhlarilyn Ranseh, Martha Curtis, jaekalene Abel, listher Groh, Edna Martin, Helen lllanlcenhorn. Marv gan-I Miles. lklarjorie Reese, ,Iosophine Castivnola. Row 74Annalvt-lle Maurer, Anna Muese. Marjorie Knisely, Anne llawlc, Rae Congleton. Maxine Spf-clit, Mar- garet Thomas. OFFICERS TXTARILYN RAUSCH .............................. ljffiillfllf jnssm FowLuR .................... ....... - Vinf l1fFA'il1PIIf RTAXINE SPECHT ............................... SPI'fFfl17'j' ANN.xREI.1.n MAURER .......................... Treasurer Miss RLHFLEDGE, Miss STEINER, Miss HEI,N1ICK, Miss YVICKS, Miss MYER, Miss BEARER ..... Fnruliy Aflriisrrr The Girl Reserves are divided into five organized triangles. Each triangle specialities in some form of personal or sacial development. There is one triangle meeting a month for each group, and a general meeting for all the girls, at which time the program is furnished by one or two triangles. Several special meetings are held during the year. The Fall Frolic is a party to welcome prospec- tive members. The Recognition Service, perhaps the most dignified meeting of the entire year, rec- ognizes the new girls as members. This is a candlelight service. Pre-Easter services were con- ducted for the entire student body. The lN1other-Daughter Reception is held in Klay. 3962 vfa- ACTIVITIES -GDN-9 GIRL RESERVES Row! Iitlna Nlae llollocls, .lessie l:UNVlC'l',4lC1ll1l'll' XYarner. Marian Stonebrook, Norma Ray. Marjorie jones, llttty Williains, Anne llaupert, lletty Crossland. Rowl- -Iztniee Seltultheiss, lilleuor Slztliford, lfslher Reed, Ruth llleissner, llernice Sltacltlt-ford. Vleant- llich- st-l, hluliix Nicola, Nliltlred St'x't'r, 'lillt'llllJl XYillituts Ilollx Ui 1 H' 'r, ,Io.'Xnn Swift. Rounl Mary l'uluter. lilorenee XX'allon. Ann Russell, XYaucl:t Moore, .loy Bowers, Malin-l Rt-ip, Faye Sloe. .-Xunxt K::derly, XYiltna Reed. Row-1--Xlilcirt tl llewellyu, Dorothy Nlcfulloueh, liileeu Spittlv, Dorotltee Finney, Rosaun XYhitni:tu. Dorothy ,lean Vorliell, Nortna -lean l'lrich, ,lessie llainty, Vera lliudo, Fern Fislter, Virginia Iirztneis, Mary Nlothtt. lixa Mae Selmeider. Row5f Dorothy llolleyortlc, Klstry ,lane Kuisely. Geraldine XYiuls'rs, lflizalxellt l':tltersou, llelen Franz, Ruth l'hillips, -luue 'l'olotti, :Xnnahelle Smith, Not in picture -,lulia Cody, Margaret Ditto, Cltarlottt- liclfert. Mollie Huulfer. Florence True. Vik- A Council composed of women chosen from all over the city helps guide the girls in their plans. lts metnhers are as follows: lllrs. Deo Stellen, lllrs. Harry Rausch, llrs. XVilliam Gibson, Bliss Edna Felton, Airs. Foster Flora, lllrs. B. Rudy, Airs. George XVhitnall, hlrs. Chalmer Maurer, lXIrs. Sheridan Olmstead, lllrs. Ed. Swift, Klrs. Tom Orr, Airs. .lamea XVaddington, hlrs. Carl XVilliams, lllrs. Paul Bliss, lllrs. Russell Bowers, lX'Irs. Homer Stafford, llrs. Paul Knisely, Klrs. H. S. Carroll, lllrs. Carl Jones, lllrs. Arthur Limhaeh, and Airs. Hugh Frazier. Student chairmen of the Triztngles are: Handicraft-lllargaret Thomas: lllusic-Jessie Fowlerg Drama-Phyllis Ohnsteadg Charm and Culture-llaxine Spechtg Tips to Teens-Fern Fisher. 3972 GNCD- ACTIVITIES -CD41 OC TIONAL CLU Huw l IDnriC'Ieuu'u1s, lih-nu linllingiwnrlh, Holi Ut-.X1'11w111, Dun Frm-se, Dick Un-iuiuli, Waller XYiHi:uus, Mr. Rudy. Row! -lzciwzird Ryszka. Ilill Brewer, XYillr1u Iizirnes, Vhesler XX'iHis. Ia:u'l hilllll. NUW3 Holi flzirhur, Huh Frvrleriek. Rayiurmtl Zureher, Ilclwiu Nlizer. Xml iu picture fAilIl!'i4'S lfgli, Czilxin Huelirmmi, Russ Kastor. gg. 'lihe purpose of this organization is tn help the members de- termine their dislikes and aptitudes for certain vocations. At the February meeting, Mr. Rudy spoke on air-conditioning and handed out vocational literature. This club is just new, so there are as yet no officers. 3 98 E -Ke? ACTIVITIES SENIOR CLASS PLAY June Austin, just out of finishing school ......... Betty Lou Lehr Greg Beecher, June's boyhood sweetheart ....... Junior Porterfield Ada Austin, June's mother ....................... Marie Bell Basil-Lindsayka famous author ..... Q ........... Milton Fisher Nan York, a ffiend of June--. ............... Phyllis Olmstead Stan' Barbour, recent graduate of an osteopathic school-Glenn Curtis Hetty lhletcalf, a maid who is mentally unbalanced--llIaxine Specht Hiram Dill, interested ine buying the Austin homestead--Wm. Fagley Gyshia Arndt, a friend of Basil ............... QgOlga Alexander Lee Tyson, a gigolo .......................... 'Max Wassem . "Everybody's Crazy Now," a farce comedy, has been chosen bythe senior class to be pre- sented Friday, May 17. It sparkles with clever lines. lt rocks With' hilarious situations. It grips with its plot interest. , ' I ' The story concerns a gir1,'young and pretty June Austin, who, returning from firiishing school, finds that her widowed mother, having exhausted her meager resources in order that June may complete her education, has decided to take in boarders. It appears, how- ever, that even this last resort is going to prove a failure, for the government is planning to build a new highway through Sunnyfield, cutting off the Austin home. Junc's anger is aroused when she learns that one of the young engineers working on the project is Greg Beecher, her boyhood sweetheart. Unjustly she accused him of deliber- ately scheming to ruin them. Greg's distress over the situation is not entirely a result of June's unfair accusation, for June is the hero-worshipper type. Her present idol is Basil Lindsay, a famous author, who went away from Sunnyfield when she was a babe in arms. Nan York, a friend of both June and Greg, suggests to the latter that he employ an imper- sonator to come to Sunnyfield, representing himself as the famous Basil. It is Nan's idea to have the impersonator act like a sap, thereby showing Basil in his true light for June's benefit. Simultaneously Hiram Dill, a retired and old millionaire, arrives on the scene for the pur- pose of buying the Austin home, if possible, so he can have peace and quiet in his old age. It seems that here peace and quiet prevail in large quantities, until Hiram is mistaken by Stan Barbour, graduate of an osteopathic school, for a patient. Hetty lVIetcalf is the Austin maid and Hetty isn,'t quite right mentally. She provides ex- citement and laughs whenever she appears on the stage, which is often. Gyshia Arndt, an old flame of Basil, adds to the excitement, confusion and complications when she arrives in time to cripple a blooming romance between the real Basil and love- struck June. For awhile it seems as though things never would straighten themselves out, but the final act produces solutions that are logical, humorous, and satisfactory for all hands, includ- ing the audience. "Everybody's Crazy Now" is for five men and five women. Each part is individual and especially adaptable for young groups. The lines are short and well distributed among the players. There is one easily built interior set, the costumes are modern. i99E 'NGJ' ACTIVITIES -C-bw HERE AND THERE WITH A CANDID CAMERA iff I. This looks like a set-up job .... 2. That band again .... 3. Lowmiller really gets around .... 4. What a couple! . . . 5. Don't you like it, Thomas? . . . 6. Aren't you going steady, Ray? . . . VVell, if you can't get a dance, you cz1n't .... 8. Is something amusing? . . . 9. Honey boy Robb .... 10. That great institution, ' the Prom .... 11. Swing it, Ricklic .... 12. VVhat a strut. Q. 13. Fourth Street View .... I-l. What dreamy expressions. . 15. VVhat big eyes you got, Grammaw! . . . 16. Aint it the berries? . . . 17. What tactics! . . . 18. Miller's nightmare .... 19. Tell me another ..... 21. How far is it to 'West Point? . . . 22. Just to fill up space. 5 100 E 1 NS- ACTIVITIES QContinued from page 491 Dear Grad: January 19. Heating system breaks down, So' students invade the town. -Still struggling- Dear Grad . February 6. New, novel 'language clubs' banquetg The Frenchies, Germans, and Latins just et and et. 9. The Honor Club elects Milt Fisher presidentg He feels quite the honored gent. x -Still struggling- Dear Grad: Q March 11. Banquet for G. A. A. girls. Gee, ain't they a bunch of pearls! , ' 13. Team leaves for Columbusg where are the students? Off to show CM. Smith tool-more loyalty than prudence! 16. The team might be scamps, But they can also be state champs! 18. Off for spring vacationg We'l1 have a lot of fun. - 25. Banquet helps team and coach to celebrate: . ' Q Everybody says they really rate! - ,' 29. Music Department goes to Muskingumg ' You know, maybethey aren't so dumb. 30. Senior Scholarship Test! ' VVho ,will be best ? i ' -Still struggling- ' April Dear Grad : 5'. Sadie Hawkins' Dance for leap yearg Not many bachelors left, we fear. 8. To oub G.iR. party came tripping over The G. R. girls from Dover. i, -. -Still struggling- - Dear Grad : 17. Sensational senior class play On a memorable day in May! - 24. Every Harry, Dick, and Tom , Showed up tonight at' the Prom. 26. iBaccalaureate attended by another class: Tears in the eyes of every lad and lass. 28. Banquet for lofty senior boys and girls, All decked out .in formals, bouquets, and curls. 31-And now, at last-my! graduation! And theh!-Oh bliss !-a long vacation! Just another Ex- 1 51022 May ...L ,Q .ws-1" , Q. , vi. . . -vi fi" 4 -9 my Tw, 'W ' 'wr' 1 ' I 'Z 4 4' L A.. ' Q., 5 fr Q , , .gy YQ put, ,f ' 3. ' Y ,g. -' Q1 4 S "f' -. , I x H A , -. A A ,X ' -.if : ' ig 'fr ' 1 L f.f'i9:'faFf7 ' . 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