New Waterford High School - Wahi Yearbook (New Waterford, OH)

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J ol Grace Prke Or rmstro vu 5 Pwoy Cast 4 Armuol Sfmfr 4 Etta Bowers Me id Evelyn Smuth 1 ce b 'Wxed Chorm Robert Welce 0 Doll P Ox Cos Charles Schmidt sl H Pu st X Geraldine Lnpp L x J ll t ffwrwfgurr 1,24 Pm 2 If QI 5 Tr -fxaurm v , cw 'I 'Q A Trwpf- 'frm -3 Av mn! I, Maur R B1 ky! 4 Pu 'D W4 .' 'f 1, P Bo I ,--1 Fl H O 1 Y' C .J 4 R H O K 5,1-BCAU L 21 4 rf H Q 1 ' Fin ', W, 4 Eimkl-ttvoii 5, 4 TLIWC1 If 2 3 ffG.1?lJO 1,2 "1 I 5: CG ', 'Q ' Sr-, TfgI't' ' Uwx'-s1QPhxVk1i ' ew ii xl 1,3 f P tjw'Q.1sT' 3 U xp rf QM wwf 'nrxowrhmlxiefr 1, g l Yfwji-VTr:ff 1 'x'v'm,1N Sfmt' Q WAHM SENIORS OF 46 Quo' 12 Donald Unger Ki C1110 f lla Manlyn O Nell ll L rlf all r wg l ff tcm GSI A mOl Stoll -l Donald Spooner Q Q ul L l x Cul A ullxul STG Richard Clark los Pmsldnml Q Pr Sl A mlvurles Commune I Play Cost 7 3 A vw ell Board l Awmxol Qtoff 4 Muss Mary Shoemaker I , ,... F EGU 'lull l, 2, 3, l f - ' xi' - Fw fbull l, T, 5, l - .. 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""' Se l ' ' , ""' 3 '53 "" Play C l 3, 'l liosk 'lla ll 4 For lm ,ll fl ' ,lo iz 3 v ll l Q C ,A A Az Vv -- Q- Cemlf l'l 1: bl 5 Cl Jw Sum lem 4 if A ez, A Z. .xv 111941 15 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Cn August 31 1947 fifty tour persons entered the portals of New Waterford Hrgh School under the name of Freshman We were organlled by our sponsor Mxss Phillips We elected our ofhcers as follows Richard Clark President ames Sxmpkms Vice President Illa Mae Green Treasurer and Mary Lou Shaw Secretary The upperclassmen gave a party ln our honor and ln return we gave them an A11 Hrgh Hallowe en Party We concluded our year with the Freshman play Coming Around the Moun tam under the able direction of Miss Platllxps We met again ln September 1943 with forty three of the ortgtnal number of pupils Vlr Haas was our sponsor this year and as an and to htm we elected Edward Galbreath as President Richard Clark as Vice Prestdent Dolores Bacon as Treas urer and Pauline Cope as Secretary We Sophomores presented our class play Who Murdered Who under the direction of Miss Phtlllps We lost three members of our class to the Armed Forces this year ames Sump kms Wxllts Henderson r and Lloyd E Dunn enlisted in the Navy sponsor for the year was Mr Alltson We elected officers again and they were as follows President Bernard Mahl Vlce President Richard Clark Treasurer Pauline Cope Secretary Marxlyn O Nell Actlvttxes Committee Donald Unger We presented the play os Boys under the dxrectton ol Mxss Rapp m November We were busy throughout the year making money ID order to give the Seniors a prom This junior Senlor Prom was the biggest event of the year Wmth the capable assistance ol Mxss Rapp tt proved to be a great success We know the Dream Castle theme will long be remembered by both classes e the class of 46 opened our Senior school year with twenty eight members left Under the sponsorshlp of Mlss Mary Shoemaker we elected class ofllacers Prestdent Dtck Clark Vice Presldent Bernard Mahl lnreasurer Mary Jane epson Secretary Dolores Bacon Actnvltxes Committee Donald Unger Next we decided to present the Senior play The Phantom Bells on May 10 Commencement and Baccalaureate along wxth manv other events will long be remembered bv all or us 13 - -a ' S 1 ' I K , 5 - K 1 - C. - h g 1 : ' . S. , g .1 ' S 5, ' - 5 , . g . ', . 1 ' 1 1 Q I , 1 1 ' Y , C y ,, A . 1 . ,, . , . Q . . , . I . l . ' 1 V t :A ' , 1 , 1 A . 1 , 1. U - , , , . . 4 YJ Q - .4 . 1 We returned on Monday, 1944, with thirty-six members of our class left. Our , . X, . , , . . h ,.-I , ,, . . . . 1 . , . . , . . 'Q IV . W , ' ' ' , ' . ' ' - ' ' ' , ' ' 1 A - ' , 5' . . J z , ' . 3 ' A ' ' . . . . . ,, N 7 . , - WAHI SENIOR CLASS WILLS l Dolores Bacon do herebx vxrll mx seat rn Chemrstrx class besrde the honorable drs tlngulshed screntrst Professor Charles A Haas xxrlled to me bx Cenexlexe Bretz to mx slster Jean and mv slrmness to anvone xx ho xx ants It I Ramon Berger do herebx vxrll mx football and basketball sults to mx brother Don m hopes that he vxlll be a better plaxer than I and mx herght to Dannx Foxxler I Dorothx Brser do herebx vxrll mx helght to Don Berger mv bashfulness to Ruth Rupert mx socrologx seat to mv srster Margaret rn hopes that she xxlll make good use of lt I Etta Mae Bovxers do herebx xxlll mx gym shoes to mv sister Martha tby requestl and mx seat rn socrology to Fred Mercer vxllled to me by Jox ce Weaxer and xxrlled to her by M'1r1e Brser rn hopes that he keeps up the tradrtron I Rrc hard Clark do herebx xxrll mx abrlrtx to keep quret ln studv halls to Jap Taxlor and mv curlv harr to Charlre Haas I Jane Cope do herebv vxlll mx posrtlon as bass drummer rn the band to Phxllrs Ieffel and mv seat rn socrology class to Mrldred Cravx ford I Pauline Cope de herebx vxlll mx abllrtv to plax hookex and get axxay vxrth rt to mx brother George and mx seat ln socrologx to Jean Bacon and mx extra xxerght to anx one vxho needs rt I Bettv Fovxler do hereby vxlll my posrtron as head mayorette rn the band to Drxre Hall mx frequent habit of belng late to classes to mx sxster Patty ln hopes that she can make better trme than I and also my seat ln soclologx to Jane Cunnrngham rn hopes that she vxrll get more out of rt than I dld I Ed Galbreath do herebv xxlll the hve cents vxrlled to me bv my good frlend Dale Wolford and vxrlled to hlm by Stan Yeager and to hrm bx Tx Merrrman and to hrm bx Doc Adams and an addltronal hxe cents to a fund for escalators for the school to mx brother Jrm ln hopes that he vxrll keep up the establrshed tradrtron Also to Bob George mx so called abrlrtx to plax the sax I Illa Mae Green do hereby vxlll mx graceful cheerleadrng ablllty to Donnx Irpp tbx requestl 'ind mv deslre for Jrtterbuggrng to Flleen Prke and Fred Mercer I Roger Hall do hereby wrll my abrlltv to play hookex to Blll Bell my abrlrtv to get cralv enough to take It I Marre Hole do hereby vxrll mx blonde harr to Mr Haas mx abrlrtx to drrxe a car to Mrss Rapp and mx abrlrtx to bc late exerx dax to txprng class to mx srster Edltll hopes that she vxrll satlsfx Mrss Rrsher I Frances Hollabaugh do hcreby xxlll my place rn the band to Mabel Conkle mv seat In typrng to anyone vxho vmnts rt and my abllrtv to play hookey rn mx Iunror vear to anvone who thrnks they can get bx xxrth rt as I dld I Mary Jane Jepson rn as full mind as IS posslble do herebx vxlll my srze 12 shoes vxrlled to me by Genevlexe Bretz and vxllled to her bv Kenneth Jepson to Greta Hlxelx To Danny Fowler mx abrlltx to argue rn class vxrlled to me by Bettx Lee Myers To Lonchetta Colella mx abllltx to be late to school xxrlled to me by Dolores Ferrrs I'o Paul Ioxxers one of mv brarn cells rn hopes that he can make use of lt ln hgurmg out moron IOKGS I Jack Krebs do herebx xxrll mx football sult to Fred Weber and mx Engllsh grades to Grlbert Ingram I Ina leffel do hereby vxrll mx herght to Dannv Fovxler mx brovxn harr to Mr Haas and mx seat rn socrology class to anxone vxho vxrll take rt I Bernard Mahl do herebx xxrll mx abrlltx to drrxe a Shrxxx to Mrss Rapp tbv special requestl mx posrtron on the basketball team and also mx sult lNo 'Sl to Danny Foxxler I Tonx Mercure do hercbx xxrll mx cheerleadlng abllrtx to Barbara Cunnrngham mx desrre to go horseback rrdrng to Fred Mercer and mx blue hookex permrt to Hubert Ingram rn casc he xxants to play hookex somedax llt IS marked truant 1 My abrlltx to get along vxrth thc teachc rs to Conc hetta Colella I Lharles Schmidt do hereby vxrll and bequeath my abrlltx to get along vxrth the teachers to anvone xxho needs rt Mx basketball surt and abllrtx to plax to Frank Andre m hopes that he progresses as much as he has thls xear I4 . . . 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Q '-1 A 11.1 1111 11.11111 lllg1Xl.11-CV' --11 A ' lil v11'cl C1.1llw1w-11111 WAH1 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Well here me 'are unlors it l1St ifter our hrue smrt into lrllgh Qchool Ill l94l Wlmen l siy hrivt l mein It eC1uSe II rt llly toolt coumge to come here on the school bus I guess me st lrted lxlke most ull l-lTL5llI11CI1 claSsLs Boy were we grun hut 1s we leirned our stu les 1nd all our schoolnmus we lugin to he verv dlgnlhecl In our Second ye1r vu were consxdered upper tl1SSmen so of course we re ally felt hosw But here we 1re l.lX'llOI'5 and let me warn you xt S the same old grlnd d1y after dav and nothing xerw spectacular has happened 1S vet Tie unlor cliss presented 1 plu life Begins it Sixteen under the direction of NIISS l-lorten The claSS ofhcus for the xewr xx ere l reslclent van Nlorrlson Vxce l reslclt nt lm Qnlhrc 1th Qegrttlrv lVl1rtl1 mall Bilser and TrL1surtrD1lQ lQnC1lce Qur JLIIIIOI' g8I1lOI'l,!'OII1 vvas glven lVl1v llth the theme lW8ll'lg A Sur 18 C Q p S l. ,, lA. . A -. ,. . '. . '. h 1 e ' n ' . 3 .' Q. xff ' I .h I A ' Q 1 ' "' nf xf. . V 3 ' ' , ' 1 " ' - -' 4 x' . Q 1 '- l l . I l Y . 1 K . k . is X4 ,. ' 'I 1 I x 4 V ,m ,nf x 4 ' Jr 1 . f Y .M-5 ,l xx I ' SMX -.N 5 IIIQML GB QJITTIUNIINDHR GIETIIQAXWJ TOP ROW Bob Bott Fred Mercer How ard Baker SECOND ROW B111 Todd Jim G'1l breath Frank Andre Paul lowers D'1le Sedchrlst Dale Pancake Edwin Welgle Richard Schukert THIRD ROW Jean Cozza Barbara Cunningham Jeanne MOFYISOH Ioulse Bowers Exelyn Gorbx Mary Guv BOTTOM ROW Jane Cunningham Alm'1 Smltn Vllldred Crawford Betts DICKQN Mwrthanell Baker Cxace Hlxels Mlldred Zuch Ruth Powers Mrss Horten 'Sponsor Dona lou Fegert 19 0 . . , r. ' ' - McDade, Elizabeth Galbreath, Ruth Rupert, Conchetta Colella, Hazel Peters, Martha 1' V ' 'V ' JI.: , Y',. '..v,Y' .v A HIT SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY On September 5 1944 we entered New Waterford High School htty strong thlnlclng we were about the hrlghtest Freshmen exer to enter Waterford school Nlr Haas our sponsor, soon taught us that we were just lllce the rest We elected the lollowmg ofhctrs to manage our actlvxtles and husmess Pres: dent Danny Fowler, Vice lresldtnt, Gilbert Ingram, Secretary Dolores Ke Treasurer Norman lVl1hl ACIIXIIICS Committee Danny Fowler and Shirley Rupert The upperclassmen gave us a party for the prlvllege ot mltxatxng us and ID PICDIC at Peace Valley Park When we met again on September 4 1945 we had lost seven ot our orlglnal fifty students Miss Marra was our class sponsor and we elected the followlng ofhcers Presxdent Norman Vlahl Vice President, Danny Fowler, Secretary Shirley Rupert Treasurer Leland Weaver ACYIVIIICS Committee Norman Mahl and Gilbert Ingram It was now our turn to xnltlate tht freshmen x hlch we dld wlth great success I1 anuary after much disagreement we chose our class rmgs Due to lllness and weather our school actlvxtles were slowed up considerably But as a whole we the hoys and girls of the Sophomore Class had a very enjoyable year Si? '0 4 ,. , , XX X I ' ll XXXL . . L Q 1 ' V A I Y A ' ' V - ' . J , -' . ' , - . - fl'- , . X - , . . . , ca. . 3 , . 1 1 ' f' ' J f A . . S ' . ' . K -ish K S l K 7 I V A A I A h X4 K 4 return we sponsored a Halloween party. We closed our very successful year with a Q: K, i A 5 , - . Y . Q . Z I . l t Z . . . 5 4 . , . V1 , ' - I In x : ,.- x , V - 'E l 'F L ,' J. Ill SEMI CIE QIVIDIIDIHINDIIMIIIDIIRIIEB GIBIIBAQWJ FOP ROW Donald Deem Blll Bell Gllbert Ingram Jess Qmlth Donald Berger Edson Walters Barry Welgle Donald Whltacre Thomas K umbel SECOND ROW Fllfen Plkt Ramona Watson Helen Iunger Martha Melllngton Marx Todd Dorothv llsle Jean Bacon Janet Bom er Phyllis Ieffel Bettx Jane Schult7 THIRD ROW Mlss MarraSponso1 Mann Ingram I-Ie len Burson Maude Aeschbacker Margaret Blser Velma .Ie'1n Dunn Bettx Stoffer Sarah Smith Gret'1 Hlvelx Edlth Hole Dolores Kult BOTTOM ROW Donald llpp Dqnnx Fowler Floxd lN1eld Fogar Maple Donald Morrison Norman Mahl Robert Feorge Harlex Nllgzhswander leland Wefuer 'I C I , 1 A , ' ' ' , I . I f ' ' H 1. , 1 , D , L' , H' 1. , 'c 4,,y v L v ' v V 'l C v I' , - I . c D ,', n . ' ' '. I 4- . c W' ' ' . i' V- . 4 ' ' , c ' V. . c , 1 , ,' I n . ' , 4 1 ' . . C , . , FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY September 3. 1945, was a bright sunny day-an important one for fortyethree Freshmen who were to become rhe class of l949. Ir was then that boys and girls from Clarkson, Rogers, Oak Grove. and New Waterford met for the first time, to enter their high school career as Freshmen in the New Waterfcmrd High School. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Charles Haas the following class officers were elected: President, Mary Ann Casperg Vice-President, Steve Brancherg Secretary, Virginia Lee Shivelyg Treasurer, Dolly Krebs, The first big social event of the year was the party given in our honor by the upperclassmen. Ir was in October that we entertained the upperclassmen at a Hal- lowe'en party. L5ne year of high schol is over: the Freshmen year. Ir has been a year filled with fun, experiences, excitement and even a few disappointments. There are three years ahead. three important years, Xve have so much to look forward to in the future. ve lll QD 42 45 llFllRllE5SllHlHlMIlAN EULA IEW TOP ROW Buster Nevnlan Helen Todd Tlllle Luth S'1llx Taylor Helen Bott Harold Padgett SECOND ROW Ellzabeth Ad'1mQ Vlrglnla lee Shnely Patricia xIlghSW'lI'ldfl Annabellx Smith DIKIP lou Hall I uulle Gfilbre xth Cerllfllne Pegert Marx Ann Cispu Kathryn Bollinger FHIRD ROW Ieland IIPld6l'9Ol'1 Guild Meek Flonn Bowers Rox Maple Donald Costanzo Phllhp lNewl'xnrl Henrx Cux Rasmonrl Cotthardt Stur Bramkex BOTTOM ROW Bettw Burns Barhlrfl Weber D"l.llN Ingram Hazel Corbx lwlecn loxux Dolly Krehe Pauline Pot! .loanne Huwton VI1helC'onkle 'Z .. , . , , . , . . . . 4 , . , . . 1 .. . . . . . , . ' ' ' .' . W . ' ' f , g , . . c , 1 c c , ,1 1 ,A N 4 1, '. : . : 2, , -: , , ' 1, T v r ' ' Y , V ' . , v - C - ' C - . ' .v . Y - "' ' A, I V' 1 2 1 L ' . ,L . 1 ', ' I ', . ,H . 'xy ' ., . 1 . , 1 - . .rz , ' . -0 .. ... MVA I TIT III IILQMHE3 WA THHII J' 50? d WORD PBR WE Too E305 Gomle 'rf-ness' 10830 6 .Sway :J af ,ff Ja if faygfw V V w iv A . K 2 11, fx- - ' W 'A , . .H xx , ' ' 5 Aj Q' fr J ,.. 7 Q , A H ..,.,. M . 2 W A , ,..,, ,,::, ni: A -, ,, fi W . , puff Q 5 . up A f W I If fi k 0 - f 1 ' 9 1946 V , D EERLEADERS WPA lll BAND Th Band Nl1lCl'l conmsted of txsentv mx mem ers -mrtu uurx 1ct1xe xear under the SLIPCFXINIOII of nw llllllll Danes hx para ing 1 Q playlng at rhe lISbOl1 PIII' which xx 15 followed bv an Armistice Dav program 11 lNus Wfaterford Qhxo and 1 parade at Fast Palestine H1 the 'mftmrnoon The community srumd vmry apprecl ganna vslnn they played and nnrched with excellent PWTCCISIOII At the Annual Spring Mu IC Festxval held it tu xghuol rhr han 'although not mwtrenulv l1rgL gin I pm rfornmncf. ol' supz rlor qui xt! Thr Drum Majorette was Bern Fowler and the Nlajorertu were as follows Nlarxlvn L3 Well Dixie Hall l 1 N11 Cyrun Nlxldred C rwuf r Bn trv DIC ex 510 lvjxx ,. flr 'N V If , -, -Nlf. -' V1 . ' '. V' .nl . 4 v . ' .QS ntivc of the handls performance at the fall football . l',' . '.d.. 1 '. Vi"I 'Q . ' " 11-..- A i. x ?f JILQMHB 31 JORETTES AND BAND W X IIT GLEE CLUB up CHI C ee C l1WI1'l cue u1tm5trL1at1on tus x lr Ir mu III e 1n monor for tion 53 Elf s to mu Wil 11 L lm Diwu us numb 111 ur gif 5 um ix III Lllllllg tu sghool ye1r of 45 46 TIM blrls CJILL C ub nnk, it tIu Spring INILINICMII Futlx 11 inn the 5lflgll1g xx 15 cult X IM Ill ltll LX 0 1 Cnnnmnununt LM runs. qw TI- IV! Sl il I. Id ."II, 'n " I, 'I-4. '.,'dcd. I A In YI. I." NLICII alll, -'1 r training. under KIP direction of IVIBN I.xI- IQ I. N111 D. '- 1 d I ' J' I. ' 'lied vc 'I.1I I' Iff . A' -'. K'N"'fI .Q Y. 'f I .UI I " VJ '.. appz'-"4 cd If' I' 1 d ' cc. TI1-' :mln nalg nt the l SX U f?" I ml- 19445 '33 4 EE CLUB PICTURES N Wydalcml TRIPLE TRIO The Trlple Trxo composed of Sopranos lVlarv Ann Casper Geraldine Llpp Flmaheth Adams Second S pranos Velma ean Dunn ulla Sxmpllcan ulxa Coz ma and Altos Paulme Cope Sally Taylor and Greta Hxvely whnch was organxzed rather late In the year bw IVI1ss Lllllan Dawes gave an excellent performance at the gprlng Festival They also ment to IVIount Union to participate ID the Annual Spring Concert MIXED SEXTETTE The lVI1xed Sextette composed of Sopranos Do Iores Bacon Grace Hxvely Altos Illa Nlae Green 'Vlar thanell Baker and Barltones Chuclc Schmldt and Tonv Mercure started a very successful year under the dlrec txon of Miss I llllan Dawes Thelr first performance was at 1 I9 T A program They also sang at the lnstltute of Clarlsson and for the ATIIIISIICC Day Program at New Waterford They also participated ln the Annual Qprmg Festxxal and sang for Baccalaureate services for the class of 46 Their Integrated performance shows usual abllltv to work together ff-T Z 1 'N I s , v s A v O' ' .I - - J a .I - ' . . 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' ' ' ' . , 1 . 1 4 . r Un' s ' 3 -s 19415 5 XTETTE AND TRIPLE TRIO WVATTI FOOTBALL The New Waterford football team of 1945 had a fairly good season wlnnlng two out of elght games ln a xery tough schedule playing far bugger md experienced teams After losing games to Sprmgfaeld and Fairfield the team traveled to North Lxma and brought home 1 71 19 win In this game the team played good ball Sparked by our star quarterback Bob Welce our great end ack lkrebs and huge center Ramon Berger the team coasted to vlctory After losing to North ackson rhe team played the Alumnx to a I6 6 tle The next game with Sprlngfleld was played at the oppo score The next game with Sallnevllle was a thr1llxng game wlth both teams playing on even terms until the last 50 seconds when Salmevllle connected on a touchdown pass The last game was played ln ankle deep mud with North Lima whxch we won I8 I3 The team next year wxll be without the following senxors Bob Welce Ramon Berger ack Krebs Don Unger and Don Spooner Next year the team will have two regulars back Dale Seachrlst blg center and a speedy halfback ln Dale Pancake also promising maternal such as Don Berger Frank Andre Gilbert Ingram Bob Mulch Bob George and Paul Lowers 36 l l w I l lu ' l T h V ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' . , - , I nents' held and Springheld walked away on the long end of a big - " . 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IILQMIHB FOOTBALL SQUAD Andre .Ilm Galbreath BOTTOM ROW Don Berger Jack Krebs Ramon Berger Dale Seachrlst Paul lowers '47 TOP ROW: Bob George, Mr. Fitzsimmons, Dale Pancake, Bob We-Ice, Don Unger, Frank WEAR THU BASKETBALL The New XV1tCfT0fd Hrgh School basketball team of 45 46 had 1 poor season wmnmg only one game out of 16 Lackmg height the team was at a d1sadv1nt1ge m reboundmg The only victory was a wm over Belolt 37 31 The reserve team had 1 f11rly better se1 on wmmng two out of 17 games The team next year will be wxth out 1 letterm1n but will have such players at Dale Seachrlst Dale P1nc1lte Er1nL Andre Bob Bott 1nd IIN Cl1lbfC'ltl1 The scores are as follows VARSIT1 OPPONI NTS RFSERVES OPPONENTS v Tc urn1ment Qprmgheld Ealrheld 7 East Palestlne Salxnevxlle Newell E11rf1eld Lowellvllle Lisbon Sprmgfield Belolt lowellvlllc S1lmev1lle Lxsbon Newell F'l1X'f1ElC1 lop Row Bob l3ott D1le Pancake Dale Sea hrlst Ffilllx Andrc nn G1lhre1th Ro er Eltzsxmmons coach RESERVE TEAM Sprlngheld Falrheld East Palestlne S31lI18Vlll6 Newell E1xrF1eld Lowellvllle Lisbon Sprlngheld Beloxt Lowcllvllle Salmevllle Lxsbon Salmevxlle Bottom Row Buster Newland Danny Fowler R1ymoncl Gotth1rdt VARSITY TEAM Don Unger Bob W elce Edward Galbreath aclc Krebs Bernle Mahl Chuck SCl'l!HlClI Don Spooner R1mon Be get Roger Extzslmmons coach '38 X l. 24 64 . l -0 40 h 23 36 ' 18 20 h 29 39 ' h 3 33 ' ' 16 61 I I 21 24 4 ' 34 51 ' 23 40 ' 53 64 .I Z2 34 .- 39 42 Alumni 22 36 Alumni 37 82 ' I0 40 ' A ll 45 " 18 28 h 20 56 ' 17 33 h 37 31 r 41 21 ' 28 K7 . ' ' 31 35 " ' Z8 59 . A ' 16 30 b I 20 58 h' 35 29 ' 20 40 ' I9 41 u 3 11 24 64 .' g 1 -, . . , 1 , , 7 J 5 ' ' 5 SKETBALL SOUA 719146 W? A H I o TIIQMIIB ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE IOP ROW Grlbert Ingram Don Unger Sallw Taylor Jean Morrrson Norman Mahl Dale P rrrc rkr BOFTOM ROVI George Rupert Dorothy Maple Mary Ann Casper Bob Burns The Actrxrtres Commrttee WhlCh was compoeed of two members from each class arranged the xarrous educatronl assemblres throughout Nlohrcans The Gladlator starring Joe E Broun Tom Sauxer and -Xbralr rm Lrneoln Thew also arranged cl number ol IEEIIIIIOLIS educr Iron rl .usemlrlres -ll , ,, , , 'I 1. H . A ,. Y . , V I . ' . l the year. Some of the movies we saw during the year were "Last of the L, - . inn cs N . -. nv my . , 3 V . , , 7 sr h ,J ,,u 'K -1 5 ' A 'T v 1 1 4 Q14 4 1 . 1 ' l 1 n A C n W L n C ' I 1 ' .'.' 1 I WAIT-llilli CLASS PRQPHECY or 1966 l'he othcr eyenrng while srttrng around I begin to get drowsy and I saw 1 cilend ir dated May 20 1966 We decided to take a trrp around the world by all mean of transportation when the car broke down and we took rt to Richard Clarks garage He said the car would he ready wrthrn an hour so we decided to browse around a while Suddenly we saw a flash of light What a hre' VVe rushed around the corner and to our surprise we saw Jack Krebs the fire chief standlng there directing the men After the Irre we decided to go and haye something to eat We went to State Street into one of Tony s famous lunch wagons The Mercure Pot of Gold 'Iea Shop H came oyer to the table and gaye us a hearty greetrng He told us of the new committee of the P T A made up of three local housewry es Mrs Bob Randolph Mrs Bill Manzr and Mrs Brll Spooner the former being Bet y Fowler Frances Hollabaugh and Gerry Irpp respectryely We attended the meeting and heard Senator Charles Schmidt give a talk on modernizing scyeral ot hrs large farms We then got tickets to see the Don Spooner program whose 'lctrons reminded us of the late Bob Hope After the program we vrsrted Etta Mae Bowers famous dress shop While there we met Illa Mae Green the well known dancer who told us of her plans to revise Jrtterbuggrng that had dred out fifteen years previous We then went to Madison Square Gardens where Marilyn ONe1l manager of the world s champion basketball team and her girls were playing After the game she told us that she would get us tlekets to see State play Cornell Naturally we accepted the trckets but we wanted to see the Whrtehouse hrst to see the new rocket ship so we went by trarn to Washington D C While tourlng the capital we ran into C race Pike the Presrdents prry ate secretary She told us that shc could cut some red tape that would enable us to go on this trrst trrp on the new ship that went 1000 mlles per hour That afternoon when we boarded the plane rmagrne rmagrne who the pllot rs we were dumbfounded as she took us forward to the cockpit where she told us the prlot and the head executive of the factory M O R S were talking oyer last mlnute details We went rnto the cockpit and the pllot Roger Hall greets us Then Eyelyn Smith the woman executrye of the atomic rocket plane factory told us the trrst trip would be to the moon After we got back from a yery enjoyable trip to the moon we hired a hellocoptor and went to see the Ohro State Cornell basket ball game While there we had dinner w 1th the basketball coach Ramon Berger and Don Unger thc football coach told us they expected to wrn eyerv game of the next season We then took an ocean lrner to Europe rn order to hear .lulra Srmplrcan the opera star sing her English yersron of the opera Carmen On the way oxer as we danced to Ed Galbreaths dance music we heard that this was hrs last trrp oyer because he had a two year contract to play at the Paladrum We also met Dolores Bacon the famous vocal teacher who was taking some seven pupils to hear the opera After we left England we w ent to yrsrt Ina Leffel one of our friends who was dolng magnificent work as a Lhrnese mrssronary On our way back to America one of the children got srck so the captain called Bernard Mahl the ships doctor and hrs nurse Mary Jane Jepson After a thorough examlnatron they told us that lt was merely a case ol bemg home sick We were all quite tired when we trnally got homc We wcnt trrst to one of Jane Lopes stores and got some groceries We then wcnt to Clarkson which IS now famous because of Marre Holes beauty salon People come to her salon from all oyer the world We went to Welce land Farms to get some milk and Bob Welce show ed us hrs farm We were pretty tired so we spent the night at Pauline Copes Ritz Hotel rn Negley Ohro 4 ' ,. 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I' 1' V I WAHM SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 4-School be glns once IHOIC The Superlntendent IS looklng gllm and tough 1-0 0 o xx the Freshmen are so green and lost most of the tlme Terrlble lsnt lt" look felloxxs' Thlee lbtfdllllflll nexx te lehers Hubba' Hubba' Whoopee' just 'in l'lIOIt xxeeks of school Sophomores eleet OIIIKGIS Junlors and Senlors eleet olllee IS Wouldnt xou llke to be ln the blnd" Thex get to go to the fall tOI'lIglll Klnd healted Ml Robelts He closed sehool so xxe eould go to the falr all dax Sax band hoxx dld xou llke that goo 'Ind nluek to Yllalth ln The gleat dax has 'llrlxed The sexes h'1xe been rexelsed ID the Freshmen class The boxs to femlnlne be 'lutles and the glrls to robust supelmen The I-Ilgh has a xerx nlee partx for them though and thex do dlshes beautlfullx P T A leeeptlon for the teaehers Alent thex INCL folks? Also the flrst football game of the season at Falrileld Too had xol. got beat felloxxs Z5-Who xx as enlrd presldent of the Lnlted Stateso Isnt Amerlean Hls OIW dlsgustlng Z7 What s that H0199 xxe he 'll out on the football tleld It must be the band practlclng M019 poxx er to xou MISS Davxes Z8-Football game lt Spllnglleld lou pllxed good flnx xx 'tx klds OCTOBER End of lllst month Also P I' A Boom Blng L1 lsh 'Ihe lab IS 'xt lt lgaln Hold NOUI head on Fxerxone lb tlxlng hlgh todax We got out 'lt 2 lv to go to the WOIIII llma football game Good Job felloxxs 9-Oh mx head' That was a lough vxeek end 11 Watch out klds Mlss Rapp IS beglnnlng to dllxe llke mad I1 Off to another game and lvxax up it Noxth .laekson You blg brutes are you trylng to hurt somebodxf 15-I ook at the svxeat poullng from exervone s blox-x' Slxe xxeeks eveams are on lb-Boald Meetlng tonlght Well does that mean anxthlng to us Defeated agaln Come on you fellows shoxx them vxhat makes you tlck Hovx do xou feel todax aftel taklng that checker board report eard home" Keep voul Chlll up there s better davs to eome tl keep telllng mxselfl Who vxere the naughtx l and 8 graders that Halloxx ee ned MISQ Rapps leaplng lena aftel thelr p'1ltx tonlght Slx L ele Ol xxell sqe l An All Hl Halloxxee ll party tonlgllt fol the Ifreshmen Thank you kldS Youre one of us noxx Hoxxevel the bovs seemed Illllil tlled lt must haxe been the game Vkltll I' urileld todflx Todax exerxone IS sleeplng pe leefullx ln IIIPII' beds The teachers had to go to Llexeland Thank goodness The txplng loom sounds prettx nolsx noxx The flrst xeal students are gettlrg bettel exerx dax The nlght ot ghosts 'md HOIJIIIIS has eome once ITIOIP Vx ateh xour step the sher ff ls out erulslng around NOVEMBER Another football game hele Vklth S'1llnexllle thls tlme Its too bad the felloxxs dont feel llke golng to the skatlng partx but I can see xxhx thex re not Nlee looklng boxs doxxn that veay huh glrls" l'0l lnstanee mf P T A North lllllnt eame to plxx us tod'1x But th xt stole" Bettel luek next season b Nothlng exeltlng thls xxfel exeept oul tlrst blg sno x flullx of the season Phanksglxlng xaeatlon beglns Just thlnk foul dflxs x ieatlon xxlth lots of turkex a dlesslng" tlxext daxl Oh' mx tUmmx" After all that tulkex no xxondel the klds dldnt turn out xerx xxell at the Sprlrg Ileld game Seems tome thex should be xelx PHIIIUSVIQIIL about the hrst game of the season End of llllld month .lust slx mole months of sehool Hurrah' Second basketball game of the season Hard game to lose We xxlsh xou more luck latel DECEMBER P T A and also the JUHIOI Ill Basketeers plax Last PHIQSIIHQ l Snlffllng 'Ind SHGQZIIIE all dax long xxhats vxrong xxlth exerxbodx thls xneek Whx dldnt xou knoxx there s 1 flu epldemle one 14 Stlll snlffllng' Aftel 1 fexx d lxs xaeatlon xxe eome to school on Mondax onlx to be sent home for "lll0lllEI xxeek to ltLUIM'l"l19 ll 21 More Fun' Just thlnk 'mother txxo xxeeks x lenltlon of lee Skallng slelgh rldlng s oxx halllng ete Tlen IJHIIN soon all the Chllstmls fun 'No more sehool tlll Jlnualx P Plettx good eo 0lNl'lIl0Il dont xou thlnk 44 .I ' VI. 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F. . , rl, Eb, Av ,Q I A ... , .. lll QD dl 45 SCHOOL CALENDAR IANUARY x back to school once more 4 Oh happv dav' Fncl of the fourth month of school P T X and vrsual Educatron meetrng tonrght 8-Basketball grme at Salrnevrlle lost agaln' 11 Newell came to plav us a wrnnlng game for them of course- Ia-Is everyone gorng to Farrheld tonlght to the Basketball gamc 16 Three cheers for the Jumor H1 passers The-v won a vrctory over East Palestine 18-The Alumni came through wrth an herolc vrctory over our Trojans 11 ,sophomores are all smrles todav Thev ordc red therr class rrngs What krnd drcl you get" Z2 Our New Waterford TroJans go to lowellvrlle Z5-We re going to be happy over the week end rt we wrn the game at Itshon tonlght Z0 Iost another game wrth Sprmgfreld S1 Ohhh' Onlv four more months krds FEBRUARY 1 People who dldnt go to the P T A program came rcross and went to see the New Waterford Trojans defeated at Belort 4-P T A rn charge of the Boy Scouts J-I owellvrlre came saw and conquered 8-Another game wrth Sallnevrlle 12 Oucss what' Irsbon carried off another vrctory PU-Varsrty goes to Newell Reserves go to Ilshon P1 No school todav Thank the Janrtor He broke a fm 'Z Another clav off for Washlngtons Brrthday MARCH 1 .Iunror class sponsored a dance My how evervhodv swung rr l svv rvccl t l musrc of Ed Calbreath s famous orchestra Junror Plav matinee 8-The real performance 9 A group of seven semors go to Lrsbon to take Senror Scholarshrp tests 11 Look prettv now' The all hrgh are gettmg therr prctures taken 1.2 A verv mterestrng prcture on IIFL IN THE OHIO QTATE PEN was grven 14 Group plctures arrrved Oh Dont we look ghastly Of course were onlv krddrn Ia-We had a relrglous assemblv presented bv Mr Rucckw ald Hrs talk vv as lllustratecl bv a technrcolor movle rrlm IU Whrch college are vou going to" Representatrves of the Youngstown College spoke to the Senror class 'fr-Oh' mv achrng head Everv Puprl Tests were grven todav 18-End of the seventh month APRIL Oh' Arent thev cute' Whoo Why the grade kids They gave therr operettr It vv as wonderful We have some real talent rn our lower grades Mv' Mv' Mv' Fv ervones exclted Know whv" Were trvrng out our musrcal trlent at Mount Inron MAY Ce re rdv 'vlav rs 1 vcrv husv month on our school calc nd ll The Music Fcstlv al was held tonight Dldnt the glrls look lovelv Ill their tormals Wrth thcrr vorces thev should trv radlo It turned ut all rrght anvw rv ok out lor rat s c r adder' and m some rre rumh rc s The .lunrors started decor rtrng tor the Prom todav 'Nlaughtv N rughtv now vou seniors qurt trvrnf., to see the gvm The great cvenrng has arrlved' Hubba' Hubba' What lrve the glrls done t themselves The gv m rs a regular ballroom rnd the musrc rs verv dre rmv Hmmm 16- Phe Senrors gave therr matrnee thrs afternoon Oh' It s spookv I Amurng vvhrt 1 lrttle grease parnt wrll do No dotht thc M C M Studros wrll me rsklnf some of our actors and actresses to take 1 scrcen test soon On second thought I dont thrnlc thev wrll Thev wouldnt dare Baccalaureate servrces vv ere held rn the Hrgh School Burldrng for the tvventv erght senrors who comprrse the graduating class of 1946 Evervone rs hurnrng the mrd mght oll Frnal exams are coming up on Tuesdav and Wednesdav Oh vou luckv senrors' How should I trlt mv cap rs mv gown hanging even' Oh Im nervous' These are some of the exclamatlons whlch are heard on Commencement nrght Now we senrors are regretfullv leavmg the rest of vou wrth all vour problems 41 - 1. .. . . .. ,.v I , . . 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