Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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'u ' N I EMERSON AS YOUTH GROWS . . . .SO MAN GOES The Habit ot CORRECT DRESS it Commenced In the Teens ornd Twenties,-continue in the Thirties, Eorties, and Fifties,-Yes,-even unto the Sixties ond Seventies. : fre M at K f it. ' 1 A Good gg Appearance 0 7 doubles the cndnce of XXI!! ' ' X winning. It gives dssur- ctnce to sdy "YES" or 55? "NO" insteotd of "I ftif DON'T KNOW." I HI THE ROE EIVIERSON sToRE CORRECT CLOTHES - - - HATS - - - - - - FURNISHINGS - - - SHOES I1 South West Side Squore ----- Newark X X kmeveiffe CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ON YOUR GRADUATION The IVIUELLER Studio Only YOU can give YOUR Photograph cg-he CS3fClC!l.'l,lI7'L af Tliglz! The NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION A. P. I-IESS Ford - Zephyr - Lincoln Pl-IALEN G CUNNINGHAM Chevrolet ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. DeSoto H Plymouth SPOI-IN ci MORIN Buick CURRAN MOTOR CO. Olds - LdSdlle RUGG MOTORS Pontidc RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Studebaker E. A. BRYAN MOTOR CO. Dodge - Plymouth Editor Fred Tiemann Cglze lmefveilfe Newark Senior l-liah School Newark, Ohio in .ii-V ' Pa '5il'ii4l7Li'1' ' . ,e,f?l:eli4xgAi'i'!'f,, Qf,'fgiqeg'm':' ., 'il 1:11 i P: i . 1Aq L l94U Volume 30 Business Manager Charles Robert Hill Portraits . . . of Character WI-IITE'S STUDIOS Q5 Hudson ot Church Phone 4465 for Your Appointment Now terior of the new Q Abbott Shoe Company Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam Co., The Arcade Restaurant Art, H. L. Betty Gay Shop Borden Ice Cream Company Burke Golf Company Busy.Bee Callander Cleaning Company Carlile's Furniture and Rug Company Carpenter's Grocery Carroll, I. I. Carter Hendricks Shoe Repair Central Ohio Sales Company Chatterbox Grill City Rapid Transit Lines Claggett's Dairy Clunis and Householder Crane-Krieg-Flory Company Criss Brothers Davis Company, The Edmiston Book Store Company Qur .jqcfvertisers Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Eee's Dairy Grant, W. T. Gutliph and Henderson Halbrooks Florists Hamburger Inn Hand's Confectionery Haynes Brothers Hermann, George Hess, A. P. Hollar, O. D. and Son Holophane Horner's Newark Paint Company Hub Huffman Motor Truck Company Hull's Hunter, G. B. King's Iim's Place Kresge, S. S. Co. Dollar Store Licking Laundry Company McCament, E. -V. McDonnell, P. and Son N 1- GH QW' jTfc!verl1'sers McKim Supply Company McMichael Music Studio Mackenzie Diamond Store Maybold Shoe Store May-Eiebeger Company Mitchell, I. M. Montgomery, Merrill R. Mueller Studio Murphy's Market New Arcade Theatre Newark Auto Dealers' Association Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Coca Cola Bottling Company Newark College of Commerce Newark Engraving Company Newark Fashion Newark Telephone Company Newark United Tire Company Ohio Power Company Ohio Shoe Repair Shop Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Penney, I. C. Company Pfefier, George Pharis Tire and Rubber Company Pound Flower Shop Safety Brake Sawyer's Grocery Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Smith Cleaning Company Smith, P., Sons Stewart Brothers and Alward Company Superior Welding cSf Machine Company Swingle Music Company Tate, E. L. The Gas Company Tog Shop Tracey, Walter D. Union Electric Company Vogelmeier, Phil Webb and Webb White Lumber Company White's Studios Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. Wright's Restaurant Younce, Mrs. Mabell Eleven mounts I Individuality at Modest Prices O Youth . . . Good Taste . . . Quality . . Authentic Style . . . These are standards traditional with Sergeant's Exclusively in Newark Cartwright Dresses Shirley Lea Dresses Woolart Coats G Suits Shagmoor Coats Stetson Hats Leighton Hats Gold Stripe Stockings Barbizon Lingerie Larnpl Sportswear Qusfness CSD ta ly if Assistant Manager Charles Bell Buth Anclereqg Ieanne Besanceney lune Christoftersen Henry Drumm Maxine Dodd Herman Fischer Betty Ford Mary Martha Hackney Williani Hall Beulah Harris Robert Hill Eileen Lallathin Betty Lawrence Ida Ruth MacDonald Gloria Price Esther Sherman Annette Upson Kathleen Weekly lean Williams Mary Lou Naylor Betty Cunningham Twelve Boys' Sports George Shinn lames Sachs Art Editors Suzanne Goodwin Virginia Belt Patricia Burlcham Geraldine Minor Photographers William Warthen Woodrow Frizzel Robert Harvey meveiffe sta!! . , VV Y , L x g2l,ef,',-.,5 , , D3 ,, I EWAQW N Girls' Sports Garnett Miller Marjorie Walt Assistants Anne Davis Elaine Horwitz Ellsworth Smith Margaret Bower Betty Bozrnan Ieanne Besanceney Ann Hawkins Annette Upson Typist Dorothy Beabout STGRY- 9 Q "TI-IE HOME OE BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS" Thirteen I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 l0 ll Why It Pays to Shop at P E N N E Y ' S Operafzkzg Owe' 1500 Stores in 48 States You save because we sell at small profit. You save because we sell only for cash. You save because we pay low spot cash prices. You save because we buy direct from manufacturers. You save because we buy in eco- nomical quantities. You save because we eliminate unnecessary handling. You are sure our standards never vary. You are always sure of first qual- ity merchandise. You find the same values in every Penney store. Your purchases are safequarded by our laboratory. You don't pay for store-keeping frills. 6-8-10 EAST PARK PLACE You don't pay credit office ex- pense. You don't pay for delivery serv- ice. You never pay more than your neighbor. You pay the same low prices whenever you shop. You pay nothing extra for our Lay-Away budget plan. You make your selection from large assortrnents. You always are offered the new- est fashions first. You are always sure of courte- ous service. You benefit from our 36 years of experience. Your local Penney store has na- tion-wide prestige. NEWARK, OHIO LET US SOLVE YOUR PARKING PROBLEMS BY RIDING THE BUS! "Your Local Bus Company" CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc. Fourteen Lwaiting 141' the QQ!! b Neworrk's Most Complete HOME FUBNISHING STORE 1906 Endeavors Crt C111 times to display The Nmuvsf in Style and Qualify FIl7'Ill.fIll't' and Rugs for Erwy Ronin in the Hmm' Cm'fc11'11.v and Dl'0f7C'7'l'C.Y . . . Lane Cvdar Chvsfs . . . El6C'fI'I.L' Ref1'1'ge1'ai01',v . . . Gm: Razzgvx . . . RfIfII'0.Y f.ClIlIf7S . . . N0t'vIz'z'c's . . . E1CC'fl'I'f'lII fIf'f?lI'ClIlL'L'A' . . . 'l'l'l l:'f"f TBUS. ' STILWAFI ALYARDG: THE AREA IIE df UNIUNQ BUICK NEWAIIKII 1940 GAS is unexcelled for COOKING WATER HEATING REFEIGERATION HOUSE HEATING CiZIIGAS 'DAO'E'?"T TOS ... ff P YSWIC new Home gconomics Qepartment Living Room Kitchen Seventeen Eyestrdin Picks lts Victims Young . . . 2 Gut ot 5 School Children Sutter From Detective Vision s.xKq2!.',1 l-lctve Your Dectler Show You the Newl. E. S. Lotmps "ff A Xi he 1-he OHIUWER co, T I A The Store oi "Satisfactory Service " For Over 53 Yeors Grodugting hors its little thrill for everyone, including the grgductte, her parents and her friends . . . The best thrill of gll is giving them good clothes ond many gifts. Our Store Has cz Large fls.w1'f111c11t of 130111 The IOI-IN I. CARROLL Store E ghi C9719 Qyfl'lI'1,ClSiUITL Nineteen Our heartiest congratulations to the araduatina class with best Wishes for much success and happiness for their future. I V Owens - Corning Fiberglas Corporation -1 Gonten ts ' Administration Classes n Activities Sports 'Nf' U I -A ""f""7. Twenty-Two Fonewon I Y '5 ':" A 5 A A M '1 -If ,f ' , O? "pl V72 lj .' ,wal ,C 'A N X , ' 'Sf mp' f l i ,w6 SJ i ,Sta g tt 3 Q - . 4.7 'tt , F" This Reveille Annual for 1940 has as its theme the part played by all branches of athletics in Newark Senior High School and the encouragement given to students to develop their bodies as Well as their minds. For many years our athletic standing has been the pride and joy of not only students but of all public-minded citizens in this city. This is an important extra-curricular activity offered by our administration and the one in which most students indulge. We of the annual staff have a two-fold purpose. First, we Wish to express our thanks to all the loyal citizens who have so generously contributed for the betterment of our athletics. Secondly, We have endeavored to disclose the excellence, efficiency, and general Wholesomeness of Newark Senior High School's athletic management. ' l Qecfica tion - 1 This year, the Reveille is dedicated to Mr. C. E. Orr, director of athletics at Newark Senior High School. Mr. Orr was for- merly football, basketball, and track coach. Upon promotion to the directorship of athletics, Mr. Orr retained only one of his three former coaching positions, that as head basketball coach. Mr. Orr's record as coach of the three major sports is a very impressive one. ln his nine years as head football coach, Newark High teams won fifty-two games, lost thirty-nine games. Mr. Orr coached two of his basketball teams to the state championship, the first being in 1936 and the second in 1938. ln track Newark l'ligh's men under Mr. Orr captured nine championships - six Central Ohio League titles and three Central District championships. This year, the Athletic Board, of which Mr. Orr is a member, arranged a track meet called the Newark Relays. Mr. Orr invited teams from different parts of the state, so that all sections of the state would be represented. Mr. Orr is the author of "Does a Coach Need a Master's Degree?" published in the 1939 December issue of The Ohio Physical cmd Health Education Association. Twenty-Three Twenty-Four ' vgfl Q47fLOI'l.Cl4'Vl WILBUR TOOTHMAN Sept. 26, 1920 . Oct. 9, 1939 The entire school has been saddened by the death of Wilbur Toothman, a member ot this year's senior class. Wilbur was taking a general course. He was an active member of the salesmanship club and seemed to get a great deal ot enjoy- ment out ot his activities in the organization. I-le spent the last two summers in Military Training Camp and, While there, was com- mended for his excellent Work. The outstanding personality trait that Wilbur leaves in our memory Was "cheerfulness". No one associated with him ever saw him angry or out ot sorts with things or people. To have taught others how to smile as Wilbur did, is certainly not to have lived in vain. fx 'W 7-we 5 x Y 4 ix -IX-3-3Up 30--IPD C9-ll? cslclzoof Song THE CRIMSON AND WHITE Words by Nellie Ballou, 'l2 Newark High School, Newark High School Loyal now thy children stand, And We lift our song to praise thee Fairest school in all the land. Although strong may be thy rivals They cannot withstand thy might, For We all shall be defenders Ot the Crimson and the White. Cltepeat last tour linesl When at last our ways are parted By the mighty monarch, Time, And our duties shall await us In perhaps some distant clime, Then shall others rise to praise thee, Who shall also know thy might, But We still shall be defenders Ot the Crimson and the White. CRepeat last four linesl mr. Tnitclzelf . l Mr. I. M. Mitchell, retiring head of the Board of Education, has left a record of loyal service of which Newark High School will always be proud. Mr. Mitchell became a member of the Board of Education in l9l5. In 1925 he was elected president, a position he held until the present year. Twenty-Seven Qonrc! of gcfucatlon Seated-Mrs. Evelyn Hill, Dr. Roland Iones, Mr. Walter Keller. Standing-Mr. P. B. Edwards, Mr. Stacy Conrad, Mr. George Weaver, Mr. George Pieifer, Mr Wal Twenty-Eight ter Deweese. The Board oi Education principally takes care oi the finan- cial arrangernents ot all the schools in the city. They pass on the schools' financial policies and approve all expenditures made by the schools. Also, the Board of Education appoints the superintendent, who in turn appoints the teachers, but the teachers are subject to approval by the Board. This year several alterations have been made in the organ- ization of the Board. The former president, Mr. I. M. Mitchell, resigned and was replaced by Dr. B. W. Iones. Mr. Walter Keller, associated with the Holophane Co., is vice-president. Mr. George Weaver, manager of Oil Well Supply Co., replaced Dr. D. C. Swigart. The remaining members are Mr. George Pfeiier, proprietor of the George Pteiier Clothing Store and Mr. Stacy Conrad, proprietor of the Conrad Drug Store. Qgjuperintendent ii-......, . 5 i -ilu ,- P. B. Edwards B. S., Ohio State University M. A., Ohio Stcxie University Twenty-Nine fl-HCLPG 4.4-nl xiii Frew C. Boyd B. A. Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio State University cmd Columbia University Thirty l'CQ - 4'l.I'LCiil9G iii: 1 ,r George Stoeckmann B. A,, Denison University Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, University ot illinois Graduate Work at Ohio State University and University of Wisconsin Biology , ,n Thirty-One gjlzlgsicaf Florence Myer B. S., Michigan State Normal Denison Univ. Univ. of California Graduate Work at Columbia Univ. Physical Educa. A. B. Long Purdue University Ohio State Univ. Denison Bradley Polytech- nic, Univ. of Wis- consin Director of Phys- ical Education The physical educati 2 on program is now divided into two activities. One of these is the participation in athletics on the gymnasium floor: the other is the in t sruction in hygiene given in health classes. Every student h as eight physical education periods a rn th ' ' on , six of which are periods on the floor, While the remainin t g Wo are hygiene classes. The gym classes are designed to aid in physical develo p- ment and to provide athletics for hob- bies in leis ' ure time. The objects of the health classes are, first, to acquaint the individual with those general con- ditions and rules of personal welfare which may aid in complete me t l n a and physical development: second, to be ce t ' ' r ain that the pupils be physical- gcfucation - .jqftlufetics ly and mental instruction giveny and third, to control the environment of the school in order to protect and promote the health of the pupils. The sports that are l p ayed in both the boys' and the girls' classes are b k as etball, baseball, and volley ball. Also in the girls' divisi th on ere are interclass games in basketball ho k c ey, volley ball and baseball played after school, some in the gym and oth ' ers at Everetts athletic field. ys division there were also ly able to benefit by the ln the bo interclass games in basketb ll a and baseball. By this program the phys- ical education department h d as e- signed to develop boys and girls to th ' e highest degree of physical fitness. C. E. Orr L ther Hanshue u A. B., Muskingum B. S., in Ed., College Graduate Work at Ohio State Univ. Salesmanship Economics lege, Economic Geog raphy Football Coach Thirty Two Athletic Director Wittenburg Col- .jqtlzletics - music The school orchestra directed by Mr. Sam Gelfer furnishes invaluable instrumental experience and provides splendid opportunities for pupils in- terested in stringed instruments. Three of the orchestra members were chosen for the personnel of the Licking Coun- ty Philharmonic Society. The band and orchestra have con- stituted the chief musical activities this year. ln these two Ways each student is offered excellent opportuni- ties to enrich his own cultural life and to stimulate his natural talent. Thus the individual develops a better un- derstanding and deeper appreciation of the art of music. The band strives to develop rapid and give its members a C. W. Klopp Sam S. Gelfer ' Institute of Ap- plied Music, New York Head of Violin Department, Den- ison University Supervisor of String Instruments Supervisor of Vocal Music of comprehensive playing knowledge standard and symphony music. lt is under the direction of Mr. Dwight Campbell who has done much in the way of improvement and deserves a great deal of credit for the excellent work he has done in this organization. Besides the increase from 60 to 72 embers, new uniforms have been m added. Mr. C. W. Klopp vocal instruction in the school, but this year the building project has lim- ited this activity to the training of the baccalaureate choir. Mr. Klopp trained and led a group of seniors in the mu- sical program for the Baccalaureate Service. has charge of the sight reading Edgar Sherman A. B., Muskingum College Graduate Work at Ohio State Univ. History Assistant Football Coach t Campbell Dwigh B.- S., Ohio Univ. Cincinnati Con- servatory of Mu- sic Supervisor of Wind instruments 'fgftvsas f .tffos ...,, . 1 . . X ff. 15 " i .1 ' ai , Z 459, , - . - 4 4 - an- 1 iz' - . i Thirty-Three www Iohn S. Lorr B. A. Ohio State University M. A., Ohio State University Art C harles A. Eckert B. S. in Education Ohio State Univ' M. A., Ohio State University Director of lndus- trial Arts The lndustrial Arts tgnalustriaf fgrts program is very helpful to a young person in many re- spects. He may gain experience with many materials and processes that will have a great deal of effect upon his future occupation. Under the present program the students select their own leaders and officers. The officers acquire leadership ability, while the entire group obtain knowl- edge of a democratic way of living. instructors are attempting to teach each student the value of being able to apply what he has learned in solv- ing his individual problems. The industrial Arts program offers instruction in such fields as woodwork, sheet metal, forging, welding, foundry, machine shop, ceramics, leathercraft, autom , u ics, elec- tricity, photography, drafting, blue- printing, charcoal drawing, pastel drawing, silk-screen printing, and commercial art. Newark ustrial Arts program is one of the most ex- tensive in the state of Ohio. The equipment is modern and in such a quantity so as to supply all demands. A new faculty member this year is Mr. I. S. Lorr, and in addition to his work in the Industrial Arts program, he has had two articles published re- cently. These are "We Design A Modern Clock" appearing in Every- day Arts d " ' ' an Designing A Decora- tive Alphabet" in "School Arts. otives, radio aerona t' High School's lnd WiQlisA. Whitehead Bachelor of Archi- tecture, Ohio State University M. A. in Educa- tion, Ohio State University, Graduate Work at Ohio State Univ. Industrial Arts Iarnes S. Kirkpatrick B. S. in Education Ohio State Univ. Industrial Arts Thirty-F our Eunice E. Thomas Bertha L. Crilly A. B., Denison A. B., Ohio Wes- University leyan M. A., Ohio State M. A., Columbia University University English Ohio State Univ. lournalism English -ln accordance with the General the grammar and spelling instruction Code of Ohio, the State requires in and studies composition. "The ldylls the senior high school that English of the King" and "The Tempest" or shall be offered each year, five peri- "Romeo and Juliet" me Studied GS GX- Odspef Week' and be taken b'Y GH amples of narrative poetry anddrama. iupils at least two gf the three Years- The commercial class emphasizes , requlres Of gm ug lon fOm,GHY composition and correct business high school that at least three unlts of USG Q The Ind mal E 1. h 1 English be completed, one of which , tg 'hit d Us hngls Cass may be such special phases of Eng- is Qu? O req 1 compte Ienslvely Gnd lish as business English, public speak- O Wflte g gorfecl Y' Slfessmg qmmmcif ing, journalism, dramatics, functional Gnd 59911199- qfcmmar' Enghsh Of Ameuccm hier' ln the senior year, students are ex- Q ure' pected to write two long papers based ln the sophomore year, grammar on reference material. The objective cmd punctuqtign me Stressed qs W911 in literature is to aid students in estab- as literature. In the junior year the lishing for themselves an ideal stand- Collgge pfepqfqfgfy Clqgg Continues ard for individual and social conduct. Mildred Hawke Helen Lavin j Ph. B., Denison Ph. B., Univ. of University Chicago English Graduate Work at Denison Univ. English 4 Q, It . - -we A ,gh g it . in t, X t Ft 1 r t 8 t 5 T hirty-Five Thirty-Six 6I'lgll.SlL 1 3TOI'9l. fl og? N ell Smith B. S., Ohio Univ. Post Graduate Work at Miami University D orothy Bline A. B., Ohio Wes- leyan M. A., Ohio State Graduate Work at Univ. of Michigan English Biology Two other branches of the English course are dramatics and public speaking. The ries to acquaint students with the greatest thoughts of the greatest minds of all time. Practice in producing and act- ing are gained by the members of the class through the actual participation in at least OHS dramatic class t' play. The public speaking course each the pupil to attain mastery in both the mechanics of speech and in emotional adjustment. Students also compete in contest h ' s eld in extempore speak- ing and one-act plays. er course offered by the English department is journalism. Three foreign languages are offered in Newark High School: L The oth aims to t atin, Ger- gl CLIIQUCZQQS f man, and French. ln the College Pr 9. paratory course four year - s are re quired in either Latin or combinations of the three languages. In the Com- mercial and Industrial courses these subjects are elective A first-year Latin student becomes acquainted with a basic vocabulary and the fundamentals of grammar. This work is continued in the first semester of the second year, while the second semester is spent in reading Caesar's Commentaries. Third-year Latin students study Cicero, and in the fourth year the pupils read the first six books of Virgil's Aeneid. The students are offered two years of German. As in all foreign lan- guages grammar is studied and some Esther Larr C. P. Smith A. B., College of Wooster English Public Speaking Dramatics leyan University Graduate Work at Ohio State University Latin Debate A. B., Ohio Wes C2?dO'I'9l.gI7, oLuC1I'lgUClg2 -' gf OITLQ gCOI'lOI7'Ll'CS . , Irma Fisher Margaret Lamb B. S. in Home Ec. Ohio State Univ, Graduate Work at Ohio State Univ. Home Economics Univ. ot Wis. and Ghio State Univ. Home Economics units make up B, S. in Home EC., intensive reading is done by the first- VCIUOUS individual yegr Student, The gecgnd year is the course in home economics, one spent in intensive reading. This read- Of which if1VOlV9S Cl brief Studi! Of ing leads to a knowledge ot Germany, CiPPfODI'iOlf91'19SS, design, COlOI, and her history, culture, and civilizaiton. COST of TI1CTi9TiCilS and C1Oil'1iHCJ for girls I ' I in Economics X. During the school First-year French consists mostly of Year two Clothing problems me usu- dflll Gnd foundation Work, While ole' ally constructed. Family relationships IUGHTOITY QfCIfHI1'1GI CIHC1 VOCCIbL1lC1fY form another unit in the course. Work are stressed. A more intensive This tends to bring about better pos- and extensive reading course is of- sibilities for happy and satisfactory tered in the second year. French his- homes now and in the future. Another tory, civilization, and cultural back- unit in the course is the study ot foods ground are studied through stories, and nutrition. plays, songs and novels. Part of the A part oi Home Economics Xl is de- students keep outlines of this French voted to problems in making homes literature, While others Write and re- and a study ot the relationships ot the ceive letters trom boys and girls in individual and home with the com- France. munity. Sarah S. Krieg Wells College B. A., Denison Pauline McCreary A. B., Denison Univ. University B. Mus. Denison Graduate Work Univ, at Ohio State M. A., Ohio State University University Latin French French German - Smit "--., 'F xwmqu Thirty-Seven Science i , .li +' , F. W. Smith C. E. Amos M. A., Ohio State B. S., Denison Univ. University Chemistry Pl ' 1. D., Ohio State Practical Science - ma tliematics ,. 5. V sf "if University General Physics Practical Science The science course in Newark High solid geometry, Today's Geometry, Sf31'1OOliS CO1'HI?OS9Cl of three tOTCIHCl'1G-S. and advanced algebra, is to teach b1OlOgYf PhYS1CS find CheUl1SlfY- 'Bl' students to use deductive reasoning in Ologyf generally, lnclnclefzl ln lne nlsl the solving of practical problems. The years study, aims to increase the Study of plane qeometr aims to de- student's understanding of life in the V 1 an . t. Y f t . World about him, and to teach him feop dcllrliipreclglon O geome HC how to adapt himself to his environ- Olnlslnln l 9 Clblllly .lo reason and ment. organize facts in logical sequence. Physiggl the second year Course, Solid geometry is a continuation ot consists of the detailed study of heat, plane geometry with 9IT1pl1fISiS plCICGCl light, sound, electricity, and the me- on figures of three dimensions. To- Cl'1CU'1iCSI0f SOlidS Und liquids. day's Geometry teaches the princi- C:l'l9I'1'l1SlI'Y, offered to 'lhe SGUIOTS, ples of geometry Without dernonstfctt- teaches the students about the mate- mg them The advanced Cd ebm rial compositions and processes of the , ' , World about them. course gives one a basis for higher The purpose Qt the mathematics mathematicsp such as, calculus and course, which includes plane and trigonometry. O. I. Barnes l. W. Swank B. S., Ohio Wes- leyan University Graduate Work at Cornell, Ohio Wesleyan and Columbia Ph. B., Mount Union College Graduate Work at Wooster Mathematics Thirty'Eight Biology atlzenzatics -S O Cllfll CSDCl.QfLCQ BS' Laura E. Hosick Rosa A. Pugh A. B., Denison B. S., Muskingum ' College. Gradu- Univ., A.M., Univ. of Chicago ate Work at Ohic State and Deni- American History Civics son Universities American History Civics The Social Science Department un Deen hiS'lOTY Clfld furnishes C1 ,beck- dertakes to give the students a bet- qfeuflfl for ef belief Ufldefstendlnlgiof ter knowledge of modern life and to TA-U1ef1CCU'1 VTIISTOTY, Whleli Wllh CIVQCS awaken in them an interest in cur- IS CI fequlfed Course 11'1 the Sefllef rent events, year. American history traces the The histgfy Cgufses Offgfed in the 9V9I'1iS lI'1 lhe lives of llle AIHGTICCIH sophomore, junior, and senior years Deeple ffem the fifteenth CeUlUTY to cover the development of history from the twentieth century. ln connection Cmclem Hines to .the Present llmes- with this history there is the course General hlstory glves CI Summary of in civics which aims to explain the the history of the world from ancient , d t f h times to the modern period: however, Various epcmmen S O t 9 govern' ihefe is U tgndgncy to emphasize the ment of America, the rights and duties more modern phases of this subject. of a citizen, and the most important The medeffl 1'1lSTOfYICeUfSe CeHTCli1'1S CI political problems facing the voters. more detailed description ofthe events In these ever-Changing times Cm in- from the sixteenth century to the pres- t H. t . t. f A . ent time. This concerns itself chiefly G lqen Up recla lon O menccm ' ycqted period in Euro- government is necessary. with the compi G. W. Brown B. Pd., Franklin College Mathematics Florence Boyd B. S. in Ed., Ohio University M. A., Ohio State University Modern History General History 'Thirty-Nine Social! Sc E dwyn Dickerson A. B., Denison Univ., M. A., Ohio State University General History English L oyd G. Millisor Rochester Normal University. Head of Commer- cial Department Stenography Bookkeeping fence - commercial V-Q17 The economic courses are directly associated with the history courses. They include fields which have a practical application. These are eco- nomics, economic geography, sociol- og a d ' y, n commercial law. Broadly speaking, they deal with the nature and functioning of h uman institutions and with the relationships oi individuals and groups to the h I3 YS' ical environment and to society Eco- nomic geography deals with the e- Q' ographic environment because human culture and problems, and business Forty are so closely related to the enviro D- ment. Economics are greatly affected by geographic iactorsp such as, cli- mate, terrain, natural resources, riv- ers, mountains, and oceans. Sociology gives an account of the fabric of soci- ety today, especially our community and government. Commercial law gives the students a better under- standing of the principal points in the laws of the city, state, and country under which he is living. This helps to prove the fact that justice, not traps for victims. laws are aids for Mary L. Huffman Bliss Business College D orothy Robb A. B., Ohio State University. Columbia Univer- Stenography sity Type-writing Stenography Dean of Girls Typewriting Gommercz' at- one 'f f XX A W F' P. H. Sager A. B., Liberal Arts Ohio Northern W. Dornbirer B. B. S. in lournal- ism, B. S, in Ed., Ohio State Univ. University B. S. Commerce, Salesmanship Ohio Northern Personal Book- University keeping Bookkeeping The commercial course of Newark clude the following commercial High School, consisting of a three- studies: bookkeeping, business Eng- year study, acquaints the pupils with lish, salesmanship, typing, and short- the subjects of the business World and hand. is able in an indirect Way to fit him The Senior year includes the gd- in the bU5i1'195S World- Vanced Work of the commercial , course. The students endeavor to ob- In the Sophomore Year the Studles tain efficiency and accuracy in their Gcqumrlt the pupll with the fllndq' Work. The students receive their fi- mental ideas underlying the business ned preparation SO that they are ready procedures of the present day. These to apply for G position upon qmduq- studies consist of sociology, econom- tion ics, economic geography, and com- Til , 1 H mercicd law. e comme-rcia course o ers as a vocation a fitting background for a th 'unior year the student learns bookkeeper, a stenographer, or a - salesman. ln ei the fundamental principles which in Mary E. Barnes Secretary to Principal 'Ng Forty-One L-7255? Mrs, Schissler, Mrs, Tracey, Mrs. Vtlalcutt, Mrs. Harris, Mr. Boyd. The Newark High School Parent Teacher Association was first organ- ized in l92O, with a membership of 60. This year the total membership is 346. The Association is made up of parents, teachers, and friends who are ready to assist in any way at any time. The objects of this association are the following: to promote welfare of children and youth in home, church, school, and communityy to raise the standards of home life: to bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the childp and to develop between educators and the general public such united effort that the highest ad- Treasurer ,..r,.,. Forty Two President ............,,,,,clc,,V. ...c,, M rs. H. L. Walcutt First Vice-President ...c,....,,, ,,c,., Second Vice-President ,,.,c Secretary ,c.....cc..,,c.i,.,........ . vantage will be secured by every child in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education. Student welfare has been the main project since l93U. This includes the care of eyes and teeth and provisions for any necessary clothing. The doc- tors and merchants of the city cooper- ate with the future citizens for the welfare of Newark. Among the interesting and educa- tional programs was the Founders Day Program in February. At the time the High School Unit entertained the Council with a tea in the Chil- dren's Home. A tour of the home was made by the members and guests. Mrs. Walter Zerger, matron, gave an interesting talk explaining the daily routine. ln this brief sketch the usefulness of this association is explained. The work is just in its infancy and await- ing further development through ear- nest cooperation of parents, teachers, and professional and business groups. Mr. F. C. Boyd Charles Harris Mrs. Ralph Schisler .. Mrs. Walter Tracey Mrs. , 3 I J IWW Q cl.Affef f 'K nf 2 CL DO-I3 1939 prize .gwarcfs The Harvard cup, which is awarded each year to the best all-around boy, was given in 1939 to Howard Upson. This award is given to encourage at- tendance at Harvard University. The students who had the highest averages, based on their work during the three years in senior high school, were Charlotte Swain, Allan Cook, and Ruth Hershberger. The Eta Sigma Pi fraternity of Den- ison University awarded a medal for the highest average oi tour years of Latin. A medal was given to both Howard Upson and Charlotte Swain since their grades were the same. The prize for the highest average in advanced French was given to Ianet Roof. A prize of five dollars, awarded by the German Maennerchor each year to the student with the highest mark in German, was won by Anne Mitchell. To Charlotte Swain and Allan Cook, the girl and boy having the highest averages in American history, was given the Roosevelt history prize. The Industrial Arts Scholarship Award was won by Robert Hickman. Forty Four To Charlotte Swain was presented the William E. Miller Memorial Prize oi twenty-five dollars, which is award- ed each year to the student having the highest average in tour years ot English. The Leland Baxter, lr., memorial award, given to Charlotte Swain in l939, is awarded to the boy or the girl who has done the most outstand- ing work in journalism. He must have been enrolled in journalism in his junior and senior years, have at least an average rating in his other sub- jects, and complete the college pre- paratory course. For her excellence in the commer- cial course, Bonnie Dusthirner re- ceived the Award in Commerce. The winner is judged according to his adaptability for a lite career in bus- iness, his application or industry in the commercial course, and his grades during the three years of high school. Paul Adams received the Athletic Trophy which is presented each year to the graduating boy with the best athletic record. Senior Glass Qfjqcers Ioann Schofield Vice-President Xenia Athan Secretary Malcolm ldlernan Treasurer Arthur Armstrong President MOTTO Prospicewwllaook torwarcll COLORS FLOWER Maroon and White ' Rose Forty-Five Forty-Six Kathryn Ieane Allen Deep brown eyer running over wills glee. Private Pestilence - STAN- ding room onlyl Dramatic Club '39 Sgt.-at-Arms '40 Girls' Rifle Club '39 President '40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Clara Amspoker "Claire" A mode!! mild-uoired maid. Private Pestilence - Black hair. Girl Reserves '39-'40 Marian Andrews Cheerful rompany Jbortefrr :be miler. Private Pestilence - Clark Bar Bets, Debate '38-'39-'40 G-Y '39 Sgt.-at-Arms '40 College Club '40 Student Council '39 Honor Society Edwin Anton "Eddie" Hir Jbouldefr are broad, Suiie necefmry for 4 man. rivate Pestilence-History "N" Club '38 President '39 Chefs Club '38 Varsity Football '38-'39 Reserve Football '37 Arthur Armstrong "Art" If I don't know, I ark. Private Pestilence-Choco- late Cakes. Student Council '38-'39 Home Room Offices-Presb dent Sophomore and Iunior years. Reveille Staff '39 Editor '40 Honor Society Marguerite Ashcralt "Margie" The indurtriour are reriain of a reward. Private Pestilence - My football hero ot C.H.S. Beatrice Virginia Amos "Bee" Alwayr ood nalufed. Private Pestilence - Trying to type first period in the morning, Bird Club '38-'39 Vice-President '40 Hellen Anast She putr her ifoubler in 4 box and Jitf on the lid. Private Pestilence-Onions and people who eat them. Science Club '38-'39 Knittin Club '38 Girls' gaseball '38 Mary Agnes Angeletti "Buddie" No matter when or where I o, I alwayr um rontenled. Private Pestilence-People who don't appreciate my company. Girl Reserves '37-'38-'39 Floyd Armentrout "Army" He ir an all around good rporl. ' Private Pestilence - Mar- garet Ruth "N" Club '39-'40 Varsity Football '38339 Reserve Football '36-'37 Track Squad '38-'39 Eston Armstrong "Esty" Let the world Jlide. Private Pestilence - Weak Ankles. lgigramural Basketball '38A Xenia Athan A Jenn' of humor if the .roll of life. Private Pestilence-Trying to make the fun column "funny," Scribblers Club '38 President '39-'40 Home Room Treasurer '39 Reveille Statt '39-'40 Honor Society Ioseph Atoth Cleo M. Baker Russell Baker Leland Barclay Hi: talentr are of the more rzlent type. "Pat" A true worker in everything. Private Pestilence - First class-8:30. Second class- 1100, Dramatic Club '38 Bird Club '38 Room Agent '38 Ada Barstow Raymond Barstow Conlentment giver a crown. Girls' Basketball '38 Charles E, Bell "Sonny" Hi: mind, hir kingdom, and hir will, hi: law. Private Pestilence-A cer- tain freshman brunette at O,S.U. "Barstie" There war never ar merry or ar good natured a chap ar he. Private Pestilence - Wear- ing neckties, Virginia Belt "Iinny" Give me a paper and a pen- ril, and I will draw all the world imlo me. Private Pestilence-My two kid sisters. G-Y '38-'39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Annual Staff '40 College Club '40 "Bake" U There'J alwayr time for mirchief. Private Pestilence--Getting in before 12 o'clock. Chefs Club-President '39 Boys' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Donna Baughrnan "lean" If: nice to he nafaral, when 'wire naturally nice. Private Pestilence - Good excuses for being late to class. G-Y '40 Room Agent '40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Virginia Benner "linny" The milder! manner afwl the enzlert air. Private Pestilence - Gassy people. Operetta '37 Honor Society "Bare" Hang Jorrow! Care will kill a rat and therefore lel'J be merry. Private Pestilence-A cer- tain blonde sophomore - D, W. Reserve Football '37 Bird Club '38 Varsity Football '39 Dorothy Beabout "Dot" The only way to hare a griend ir to he one, rivate Pestilence - Ivory ticklers. Bird Club '38 Secretary '39 Annual Stall '40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Iune Bentley She i.r alwayf friendly and carrie: a mzile for all. Private Pestilence - When Winter Comes. Girl Reserves '40 F orty-Seven William Berson Harold Welsch Betz "Willie" Work jirrt, and then vert. Private Pestilence- Trying to tind the athletic coaches. Science Club '38 Room Agent '40 Reveille Staff '40 Operetta '38 Honor Society Virginia Blosser "Ginny" A dainty maid ir rhe. Private Pestilence-Looking forward to Saturday. Girl Reserves '38 "Tedo" Would that there were more men like thif one. Varsity Football '38-'39 Virginia Bowers "Ginny" My huppinen if not complete unleff it ir Jhared with mmeane. Private Pestilence-Ralphie Bird Club '40 Audrey Brooks RGlDh BTOWU "Blondie" "Tall, dark and A fair and friendly lan if hCmdS0me" A gbe, Good humor and generority Private Pestilence - Study- ing Nights. furry the day the world through. Private Pestilence-English Chaunceg-Dover High School, hauncey, Ohio- Sophomore and Iunior years. Iunior Class Play Macille Alice Betz "Stuff" A girl who ir an the le1'el. Private Pestilence - A cer' tain Ford Convertible and hay rides. G-Y '38-'39-'40 Girls' Rifle Club '40 Operetta '38-'39 Girls' Basketball '38 Elizabeth lane Bozman "Betty" Fd rather laugh, a bright- eyed irl, than reign a grey- hairej queen. Private Pestilence - Iokes Irritate Me. G-Y '39-'40 Girls' Rifle Club '39-'40 Annual Staff '40 College Club '40 Honor Society lean Brush "Brushie" g Her perpetual grin it .rure Ia win. Private Pestilence-People calling me Bush. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Walter Bickle ' 'Bick' ' Girl: don'l look at me - Ifrn barhful. Private Pestilence - Your guess is as good as mine. liliigramural Basketball '38- Ralph Brooke "Brooksie" Often he burner the midnight oil-but not for Jludy. g Private Pestilence - Wear- ing neckties. Chefs Club '38 Boys' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Boom Agent '39 Mariann Buckingham Be friendly and you'll never want friendi. Private Pestilence - 3 r schools-Readin', Ritin', 'Rithmetic. Girls' Rifle Club '39-'40 Room Agent '39 Mimeograph Staff '40 G-Y '39-'40 Forty-Eight George F. Budd "Bud" He who thinkr for himrelf and rarely imitate: if a free man. Private Pestilence -- Long English assignments. Ruth Evelyn Burrier "Ruthie" Good nature if a powerful magnet. Private Pestilence-Writing letters. Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Operetta '38 lane Camlin "Min" Twinkle, twinkle, goey her eyeg who, we wonder, ir the WP , Private Pestilence-Gettin' into the big city. G-Y '39 lane Campbell "laney" Her hair if not more runny than her Jmile, Private Pestilence-9:15 to 10:00. Dorothy Carpenter "Dorff A .maid of quiet wayf if :he irzendly to all, Jhe'll erer e. Private Pestilence - Kate Weekly. Bird Club '40 Gene Cassell "Geneie" A light heart liver long. Private Pestilence - Being on time. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Business Staii '39-'40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Girls' Basketball '38 Honor Society Patricia lune Burkam "Pat" A good difporition is more valuable than gold. Private Pestilence e- My lispth and red hair. Debate '38 Girl Reserves '38 Scribblers Club Vice-President '38 Operetta '38 Maynard Dean Butt "Professor" For even though ranquifhed he could argue still. Private Pestilence-Quote, "Be specific!" unquote. Home Room Secretary '39 Elaine lrene Campbell You never ree one without the other. Who if he Elaine? Your hrother, Private Pestilence - You GuEsS. French Club '38 G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38, Sec. 39, Pres. '40 Home Room Vice-Pres. '38 Robert Carlisle "Bob" If you think Jize rountr, look at Bob and change your mind, Private Pestilence-Buying gas for Baker's car. Chefs Club '38 Cheerleader '38-'39-'40 Operetta '38 Boys' Baseball '39 Mari orie Carpenter ..Mm,ge,. For a good poet'f made, ar well ar horn. Private Pestilence-People asking if Dorothy is my sister. G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Reveille Staff '39-'40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Margaret Louise Cherry "Kid" She ruler her own mind. Private Pestilence-Trying to get 4A's tat oncel. Forty-Nine Fifty Iohn Chism NIO., Youll: comer but onre in a lifetime! Private Pestilence-A 3:00 game in Bowling, Red Cross Council '39 Richard Christy ..Dick.. V I I Honor lie: in honert foil. Private Pestilence - Bor- rowing typing paper from Leonard Emerson, Bird Club '38 Mary Ianice Clay "Nan" A mode!! manner beromer a maid. Private Pestilence-Hot wa! ter in the drinking loun- tains. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Baseball '39 Hubert Cochenour "Hube" Don'l worry it maker deep wrinkles. Private Pestilence-Trying to keep even with Ioe. Richards in shop. Reserve Basketball '38 Intramural Basketball '38 Elogse Harriett Cooper .. I., Qniel, Jweet, d plea.r,n'e to meer, Private Pestilence-Finding led Brewster. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Social Committee Chairman '40 Dramatic Club '40 Room Agent '40 Rall Corbett "Corby" You may bare known that I'rn no wordy man. Private Pestilence - Teach- ers who make uniunny jokes. Cheis Club '38 Philip Christman "Red" Forgive me, 1? I blurb. Private Pesti ence - Dirty test tubes. Student Council '38 Varsity Football '38339 Intramural Basketball '38 Room Agent '38 Honor Society DeVori H, Clark ' If be will, he will, and you may depend on it. Charles Cline "Charlie" He'r a jolly good fellow. Private Pestilence-History. Chefs Club '38 Bird Club '38 Ruby Conner "Rube" Golden qualifier allrarl lar!- ing friendrbif. Private Pesti ence-Utica. Salesmanship Club '39 Eugene Cooperrider "Coopy" Hold everything - I'm roming. Private Pestilence - Cram- ming in the High School Sandwich Shop. Salesmanship Club '39 Chefs Club '38 Donald Coss "Don" Though he'.r very quiet, He bar a fenre of mirth. Don really doern't lei you know Of all the lbingr be'r worlb. Private Pestilence - Trying to buy an automobile. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Chefs Club '38 Boys' Baseball '40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Roberta Couden "Stubby" A plearant dirparition. Private Pestilence-Carry- ing kittens out of typing class for Mrs. Huffman. Band '40 Bicycle Club '40 Keith Cummins "Skeeter" l rtantl an the brink of a great career: won't Jomebody pleafe Jhzwe me aj? Private Pestilence - F 1 a t tires on Curp's Ford. Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 lgigramural Basketball '38- Orchestra '38-'39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40 Bette Davis "Davis" Her wayr are wayr of plea:- antnerr. Private Pestilence - Old Aae. Girl Reserves '38 Norma Cougill Ruth Craig Helen Viola Criss "Normie" Pretty to walk with, witty tn talk with, and pleafant to know. Private Pestilence - Guess What. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Science Club '38 Class Play '38 Marion Obert Curp "Curley" The jimi qualification of a Knight ir that he have a tmrty rteed. Private Pestilence -0 '24 Model T's. Debate '38-'39 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Dorothy L. Davis "Dot" Charming of poife and rhar- after. Private Pestilence-Monday morning. For wha doer anything with a better glare? Private Pestilence-Making up my mind. Girl Reserves '37 Warren Darnes "Darnesie" We'll agree he if a goad gellow. rivate Pestilence - One never knows, does one? Iohn Wesley Davis, Ir. "lack" He jurt can't .rtop Jmiling. Reserve Football '38 Science Club '38 "Shorty" Small, but mighty. Private Pestilence H- Myself mostly. Science Club '38 Band '38-'39-'40 Anne Louise Davis "Bessie" Get thee behind me Satan, but dafitpburh. Private estilence - Biga- mists CHil Martll. Dramatic Club '38-'39 Vice President '40 College Club Treasurer '40 G-Y '38-'39-'40 Annual Staff '39-'40 Honor Society Martha Elizabeth Deering "Marty" l my not mach hui think more, Private Pestilence - It's hard to tell. Home Room Offices '37 Home Room Ofice '37 Honor Society Fifty-One Arthur Dodson Robert Dornan Henry Drumm Robert Dudgeon HA t., I' Cafe: may he many, hut none have I. Private Pestilence - Ga ga eyed Blonds. Ruth Durnm "Ruthie" She came: and gae: like a glearant lhaught. rivate Pestilence-To live cmd to learn Cmostly livej. French Club '38 Girl Reserves '38 College Club '40 Leonard Emerson "Dink" Thif life ir what we make it. Private Pestilence - Lend- ing typing paper to Dick. Christie French Club '38 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 "Bob" Men of few utordr are the herl. Private Pestilence-Getting up in the morning. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Betty Duncan "Bet" And her .runny lark! hang an her temple! like .1 golden geece. rivate Pestilence-Spend ing spare time "buying shoes." Student Council '38-'39 Dramatic Club '38-'39 Secretary '40 Girls' Archery Club Secretary '40 Reveille Staff '39 Associate Editor '40 Honor Society Thelma Esworthy "Tommy" Iadge not her worth hy her rzze. Private Pestilence-???lll Salesrnanship Club '38-'39 G-Y '39-'40 Bird Club '38-'39-'40 "Drummy" Hit Jpiritfr Mer gay. Private Pestilence-Chang ing money at basketball games, lllclrllesmanship Club '38-'39- lntramural Basketball '39 Room Agent '39 Virginia Eckert "linny" Alway: rmiling, never glumg 5'he'J a happy, cheerful ehzmz. Private Pestilence-"Corn" Dramatic Club '40 College Club '40 Katherine Meda Feldner "Kitty" She ir erer willing to help with her hright Jmile. Private Pestilence-My ca- reer, Bird Club '38-'39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Business Staff '39 Honor Society "Bob" He ir .there u'ilh the goodJ. Private Pestilence-Dances and such. Mary Elizabeth Eddy I'll he merry and free, I'll he .rad for nohody. Private Pestilence - Chi- cago. Girl Reserves '38 Martha Ellen Field "Marty" Modert maiden, with deep thoughft. Private Pestilence - Cos- metics Cwar paintl, Fifty Two Gene Fields "Cornfield" Common renre ix not a common thing. Private Pestilence - 8:30 classes. Reserve Football '37-'38 Track Squad '38-'39-'40 Herman Fischer "Wormy" There ir nalhing like fun, if there. Private Pestilence-Sisters. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Red Cross Council '39 Home Room Treasurer '38 Business Staff '39 o Thomas C, Fields "Tom" A qniezer lad rarmot he found. Private Pestilence-Making cr good print in Photogra phyi Thomas R. Flannigan "Irish" I I He IJ' the urehiteet of hm own foul. Private Pestilence - Moth- eaten sweaters. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 lggme Room Vice-President Business Staff '39 Iuanita Fogle Betty lane Ford HEHY.. She ir true ta her wofk, her "Giqgles" Small of Jtntufe, but big of word, and her friend. hearf. Private Pestilence - Trying Private Pestilence - It's a to hit the right keys in secret, typing. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Hilda Foreman Albert Francis, Ir. "Tillie" "Al" She mover qnielly abau! ulway: reeking lhe beller thingy in life. Private Pestilence - T h e morning after the night be- tore. Evelyn Louise Frankenbery "Ginger" Quiet, Jweet, without eofzreiz. Private Pestilence-Out of town jobs. Girls' Rifle Club '39-'40 Room Agent '38-'39 Mimeograph Staff '40 Girls' Basketball '384'39-'40 Woodrow Frizzell "Woody" Why Jzudy? The more we rtudy, .fhe more fhere ir io forget. Private Pestilence - Trying to be a gentleman. Science Club '38-'39-'40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Senior Hi-Y--President Beta Chapter Slow and eary buf he gen there jurt the mme. Private Pestilence-Work. Intramural Basketball '39 Marshall Freeman Good nature ir of daily ure. Private Pestilence-Making friends, Track Squad '39 Orchestra '39 Band '39 Robert Francis Fulke "Fulkie" Thir if an ingeniur lad. Private Pestilence-I would hate to sav. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Science Club '38-'39-'40 Senior Hi-Y '40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Fifty-'Three Fifty-Four Karl Gano "Dink" He lead! them all a merry flmre. Private Pestilence - Argu- ing, Abraham Benjamin Goldberg UA- Bl.. What .rbmild ez 711,111 do bu! be merry. Private Pestilence - Book- keeping Tests. Debate '38 Bird Club '38-'39-'40 lames LeRoy Good "Stacey" There ir nothing Ja gredt :haf I fear to do it for a friend, Private Pestilence - litter- buaging. "N" Club '37 Track Squad '37-'38-'39 Eugene Green He loala: quiet but -. Varsity Football '39 Reserve Football '37 Mary Grey "Nancy" And true rbe if ar rhe har prored berfelf. Private Pestilence - Dim- ples. Mary Martha Hackney "Marty" Many 4 trifle har rbe done, but neverlbelerr 'twar ulwayr in fll71. Private Pestilence-Gift of "G A B" iajlesmanship Club '38-'39- Biigd Club '38-'39, President Business Staff '39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39 Virainia Gantt "Ginny" Surferr romer in mm, failure in mrfzr. Private Pestilence-My lite- uard. Salesmanship Club '39 l-:ggme Room Vice-President Alice lane Geidenberger "Allie" A rweet girl, will: a ref-y J'1,lf'e67f 'IUIZ-y. Private Pestilence - First class in the morning. Suzanne Goodwin "Susie" Oh, mirflaief, than art Jwift ta enter 17110 Ike Ibafigbtr aj merry girlf. Private Pestilence -M lt's a "Good one"l Student Council '39 Dramatic Club '39, Presi- dent '40 Girls' Archery Club '40 Annual Staff '39-'40 Honor Society George Greer "Dode" lVlmr'.r the me of being wife. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Reserve Basketball '38 Intramural Basketball '39 Martha Gutridge "Mart" Her good nature if imfint- ible. Private Pestilence-"Bill" Red Cross Council-'39 Lester Hallisy ..LeSS,, t A gentleman maker no none. Delmar Handley "Del" He if willing to he Con- zfinred, but jind the one who can mnuince him. Private Pestilence-Letting school interfere with my education. Bird Club '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Beulah Harris "Boots" Silenre more muriml than any Jong. Private Pestilence - Being called "Red" Salesmanship Club '40 lean Hazlett "Queenie" She if 4 maid of pulchritude, Perfonality and fharm, And when you my Jhe': nice, You're getting pretty warm. Private Pestilence - Some certain person in N. H. S. Home Room Treasurer '38 Edward Hanes Mae Hankey Edith Hare "Eddie" "Essie" "Edie" Thir Intl i.r enrnext nfrd She har eontagiour enthu- Jineere. Jiarm. Private Pestilence - Trying to give an oral talk. Salesmanship Club '39 Boys' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Doratha Hartman "Dot" The .fume Doratha, yexterday, today, and tomorrow. Private Pestilence-O. K., kids, don't Walk so iast. Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Orchestra '38 Maudie Alice Haynes "Brat" or "Shortstuif" Flirtutiouf hlue eyel. And hair that glirtenr, But in her Cloner, She never lixtenx. Private Pestilence - A cer- tain "Beta Theta Pi." Girl Reserves '38 Private Pestilence-"Sweet pea. " Geraldine lane Hess "lerry" She comer late f yet .vhe fomei. Private Pestilence-Getting there-on time. Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 G-Y '40 Girls' Rifle Club '39, Sec- retary '40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Honor Society Elizabeth Ann Hawkins 'lAHnle" A jolly girl, ehurle full of fun, She! ulwnyy nife to everyone. Private Pestilence - And then came the Dawn. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 College Club '40 Annual Staff '40 Good humor only teacher rharm to luJt, Still mulaef new fonqueftx und maintuinr the part. Private Pestilence-Me and my Stevie. Girl Reserves '38 Home Room Secretary '38 Mirneograph Staff '40 Honor Society Raymond Heck HRGYH A man refolreu' and Jteady in hir tarh. Private Pestilence - Work- ing in Machine Shop. Chefs Club '36 Indus Hartman "Lindy" The truly generour if the truly wife. Private Pestilence-If, can't and don't. Girl Reserves '38 Fifty-Five l Bessie Lorena Hightshoe ..Hi,. A friendly girl with many friendr. Private Pestilence-Making the last out with the bases loaded. Student Council '83 Bird Club '38-'39-'40 Home Room President '38 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 William R. Holland "Bill" Thou art a fellow of good rerpett. Private Pestilence-Getting shorthand with P. F. Salesmanship Club '39-'40 Minstrel '36 Esther M. Huii HEHYH A lonely girl, above all rank. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Iames Hightshoe "l..oWglove" Hi: good nature conquer: all. Private Pestilence - School Days. Intramural Basketball '38 Band '40 Mary Katherine Holmes "Katie" Quiet virtue alone il true nobility. Private Pestilence - Every- thing in general. Girl Reserves '38 Charles Huggins "Bud" IVho hnowr nothing hare, Fearr nothing known. Private Pestilence-Waiting for the 4:00 o'clock bell. Ritle Club '38-'39-'40 Room Agent '40 Helen Hotfer ..Hedy.. Qaietnerr if bert. Private Pestilence--Cooked turnips and tall boys. Girl Reserves '38 Room Agent '39 Operetta '38 Girls' Baseball '38 Iames Holtschulte Hum.. I Good nature radzater from him in every fmile. Private Pestilence-School. Iuanita Hull "Skippy" Her friend: are many--Her foe: - are there any? Private Pestilenccwwaiting for Friday at 4 o'clock. Bird Club '39-'40 Knitting Club '38 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Phyllis Holland "Chee" Her air, her manner - all who Jaw, admired. Private Pestilence-8:30. Red Cross Council '38 Salesmanship Club '39 Business Staff '39 William E. Horton "Bill" And the hey! of me 11 dili- genre. Private Pestilence-Getting homework in class. Chets Club '38 Home Room Oiiicer '38 Room Agent '39 Richard Hull "Dick" Cheerful arroriater eare the tarh. Private Pestilence - F o r d V-8. Fifty-Six Robert Hull Malcolm Kendall "Bob" ldleman A: for me, all I know if that I know nothing. Private Pestilence-Dances. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Red Cross Council '39 Varsity Basketball '39-'40 game Room Vice-President Herbert Gerald lackson "Stonewall" A modeft chap with deep thoughtr, Private Pestilence - Month of lune. Salesmanship Club '38 Home Room Treasurer '38 Eva lohn "Evie" Do it with a will, and it will be done. Private Pestilence-Tests. French Club '38 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 Honor Society Dorothy Iohnson l'D0'ltie" She war ever preeife in promixe keeping. Private Pestilence-'Writing -iMac.. He knowr what ir what. Private Pestilence-Waiting for that certain letter, Chefs Club '38 Senior Hi-Y '40 lean letters ..I I., Not only good, but good for xomething. Private Pestilence - Six weeks' tests. Home Room Officer '38 Darwin Iohnson "Sid" Help! I'm falling in love. Private Pestilence - Work- ing late on Saturday night. Student Council '38 Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '38-'39-'40 Home Room President '38 Homer W. lones "Ionsey" The happier! man ir the perron who thinks the mort interefzing thoughtf. Letters. Private Pestilence - Model G-Y '38-'39 A Fords. Hockey '39 Chefs Club '38 Esther Maxine Kanuckel Ralph Wayne Kastla "Mac" "Guzz" None lived that tould deny her charm. Private Pestilence-Waiting patiently for a certain Ford V-8. Salesmanship Club '39 Quiet and digniged and earn- eJt at hir woe . Private Pestilence -- litter- bugging. Intramural Basketball-'39 G-Y '40 Girls' Basketball '38 Kathryn Yvonne Kelley lean Kirk "Kitty" I deiire to die when I have She'J a friendly girl with nobody to laugh with me, a rpirit gay. Private Pestilence - M y Irish temper. Girl Reserves '39, 'Treasur- er '40 Private Pestilence - Read- ing. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Girls' Basketball '38 Fifty-Seven Fifty-Eight Donald Kisamore "Sam" It'J heiter to be Jilent than wrong. Private Pestilence-That lit- tle blonde. Mary Louise Kuhn UM' LV.. A happy dixparition if a gif! of nature. Private Pestilence-lt's too private. G-Y '39 Girl Reserves '38 Honor Society Charlotte Maxine Lamb "Mac" Everyone ran read the lan- guage of a Jmile. Private Pestilence -- Riding motorcycles "the jeep." Girl Reserves '38-'39 George Lascu "Geets" Nothing if hard to a willing mind. Private Pestilence-Having to wear a necktie. "N" Club '39-'40 Varsity Football Manager '37-'38-'39 Senior Hi-Y '38-'39-'40 Intramural Basketball '40 Charles Lawrence "Chick" We don'l want him any longer-he'J long enough already. Private Pestilence-First pe- riod on Monday morning. Charles Bernard Lee "General" Talent if powerg lan ir Jkill. Private Pestilence - There are more pretty girls than one. Orchestra '37-'38 Charles Kline "Sunshine" The kind of a fellow you like to be wilh. Private Pestilence-Twelve o'clock. lgisramural Basketball '38- Eileen Lallathin "Lally" She alwayr har time lo he l'9llffe0ll.f. Private Pestilence-A brok- en wheel at "Ye Old Mill." Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Ralph A. Lane "Ralph" It ii easier Io let a thing ga than to make it go. Private Pestilence -- Every- thing happens to me. Rifle Club '38, '39, Treas- urer '40, Room Agent '38-'39 Betty Lawrence .. b ., Be s She'J not a flower-not a pearl - init a regular, all- around girl. P r i v a t e Pestilence-To D o c C k l - "Essie" and "Hump" G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Room Agent '38 Donald Layman "Red" If if nat enough to hare good qualifier, but alfo lhe management of them. Private Pestilence-7:00 in the morning is too early. Home Room Officer '38 Intramural Basketball '37 Ruth Evelyn LeHew "Ruthie" I Serioux for a minute and laughter for a monih. Private Pestilence-Waiting tor G. T. Salesmanship Club '39 G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Mary Ellen Lentz "Blue Eyes" She lookr a godderr, and .rhe walkf a queen. Private Pestilence-Doesn't everybody know? CF, M.l Olivia Loper "Libbi" or "Lopus" Life hal' no hlerfing like a prudeni friend. Private Pestilence - Gran- ville Blondes. Ellen Levin "Ellie" She'J a dark-eyed lair Ai' romely ax if founa',' And 1hi.r if jun one Jecref Of how the gel.f around. Private Pestilence-What's that knocking at my car floor? "Dirty Dan Carbon" Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Red Cross Council '39 G-Y '40 Room Agent '38 Honor Society William Lothes "Bill" l have no fare-why Jhoald I worry? Not even lhe hell can make me hurry. Private Pestilence - lt's a guy named Greer. Varsity Football '38-'39 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Track Squad '384'39-'40 Boys' Baseball '38 Robert G. MacNealy Elizabeth McElwain "Mac" Quiet and dignzied, and earnert ai hir war . Private Pestilence-Lack of time. Bird Club '39-'40 "Libby" Good tarle if the flower of good Jenre. Private Pestilence-To have and to hold. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Scribblers Club '38 Secre- tary, '39 Treasurer Home Room Secretary '39 Betty Anne Logan "Betsy" I'm lillle, hut Oh My! Private Pestilence - Walk- ing home in the snow, G-Y '40 Home Room Secretary '39 Girl Reserves '38 Hockey '38-'39-'40 Richard Loughman "Dick" He har a head to conzriee, a tongue Io periuade, and a hand ro exeeute-any mii- rhief. Private Pestilence-I'll take General Motors. Dramatic Club '38-'39 Reserve Basketball '38 Home Room President '38, Vice-President '39 Boys' Baseball '38-'39 David Long "Dave" All great men are dying, and l dorft feel well myxelf. "N" Club '40 Dramatic Club '38-'39-'40 Varsity Football '39-'40 iejnior Hi-Y '39, President Ida Ruth MacDonald "Ruthie" Charafier if the real founda- tion of all worlh while rncreu. Private Pestilence - A cer- tain person. Salesmanship Club '39 Business Staff, Assistant Manager '39 Robert L. Mclnturt Marybelle McKnight "Bob" "Tingle" lf men are wordy, ihen I'm T'wa: jurt her brilliance no man. Private Pestilence-Coming to school on Monday mornf ings. .rhining through, to make her hair .fo bright a hue. Private Pestilence-Succeed or BUST-ER. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Reveille Staff '39-'40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Honor Society Fifty-Nine Ioseph McLean Robert William Marriott "Buck" Worry never mademen great .fo why rhaula' I worry. Private Pestilence - Hang- ing around the Chatterbox. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Reserve Basketball '38 Paul Martindale up A .. A real fella and an allvlete. Private Pestilence - Red- heads. "N" Club '38-'39-'40 Varsity Football '38-'39 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '39 Howard Ancil Meacham "Montana" I'll .rpeak to thee in Jilenre. Private Pestilence - Health class on Gym periods. Chefs Club Secretary '37 Intramural Basketball '38 Room Agent '40 "Bob" You ean't keep a good man down. Private Pestilence - Trying to be late tor biology class. Ella lean Mason "Sis" I Knowledge 11 a treanne, bu! prartlve II Ike key to il. Private Pestilence - A cer- tain p e r s o n that says, "Really?" Cecil Meharry "Ceo" Put bi: Jlmulderf to the wheel. Private Pestilence-People who say Secil. Debate '39-'40 Red Cross Council '38 Ruth Marriott Wayne Martin "Ruthie" Quiet and referred it Jhe. Private Pestilence-History and Physics. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Thomas Massalas "Tommy" I rbnuld uforry. Private Pestilence-A drum majorette. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Reserve Basketball '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Henrietta Mencer "Henri" To take lbiflgf ar llzey mme if the bert way. Private Pestilence-Red Au- tomobiles. French Club '38 Red Cross Council '39 Scribblers Club '38 Mimeograph Staff, '40 Honor Society "Whitie" A rbeery xmile, a winning way maker hart: of friendf, Private Pestilence - T a x i Service. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Orchestra '38-'39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40 Robert Mathews "Mabby" A barkeleer of great renown, Nothing keep! om' Robert down. Private Pestilence-I-I-I. "N" Club '39-'40 Senior Hi-Y Sgt,-at-Arms '39-'40 Varsity Basketball '39-'40 Cross-Country Squad '40 William Miller "Iackson" . Noi loo Jerzour, not mo gay, but a rare, good fellaw. Private Pestilence - Acid, Cooperrider. Reserve Football '37-'38 Cross Country Squad '38 Intramural Basketball '38- '39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40 Sixty Garnett Miller Iarnes Robert Miller "G. M," Her edpocity for joy ir im- ending. Private Pestilence-Making Student Council '38 up my mind. Debate '40 G-Y '39-'40 lggme Room President '38A Honor Society lean Louise Miller Good humor and generofity rarrj the day, lhe world 01'l'l'. Private Pestilence - When Miss Pugh says "Prove it" in history class. Mary Elizabeth Mix "Marybeth" Mode!! and .rhy dr a nun if rhe. Private Pestilence-Surprise tests on Monday morning. Girl Reserves '38 College Club '40 Margaret Moore "Margie" or "Shorty" A lender hearty o will in- flexible. Private Pestilence-Waiting patiently for a certain Gra- ham-I. S, Girl Reserves '38 Ann Elizabeth Morgan "Rosy" A pretzy poppy girl il .rhef Iivlgat more ran any maiden e. Private Pestilence-To have and to hold Cmostly holdl, G-Y '38-'39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Knitting Club '38 Ioan Myer NIO.. The world will erei' wonder what .rhe will do next. Private Pestilerice-Variety -The spice ot liie. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Girls' Rifle Club '39-'40 Hockey '38-'39-'40 "lim" A A lad worlhy of high vom- plimeot. Private Pestilence - Traffic lights. loy Mitchell "Mitch" A laugh if worlh 4 ll70llJ'd77tl' groam in any markel. Private Pestilence - "Dog- house." G-Y '38-'39-'40 Operetta '38 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Iames Montanaro uhm.. Hi: .rmilef and good fellow- rhip have won him 4 horr of friendr. Private Pestilence-Looking alter Schenk on a double date. Varsity Football '36-'37-'39 Varsity Basketball '38 Track Squad-'38 Room Agent '38 Ruth Elizabeth Moorrnan "Rulas" Never growl - jar! Jozile, xmile, Jmile. Private Pestilence-Ruthie, it's time to come in. G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '40 Camera Club '40 Richard Muhlernan "Dick" Little we know of him, but that ir good. Private Pestilence-Quizzes in Mr. Amos' physics class. lgigramural Basketball '38- Marian Marie Myers Popularily if won by merii. Hockey '38-'39-'40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 Sixty-One Sixty-Two Mary Louise Naylor "Mary Lou" No! Kello g',r, but 1he'J 'pep' jun tie mme. Private Pestilence - Per- suadina mv uncle to drive the Packard. Dramatic Club '40 G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Iames Norris ..yim,. 4 . Sucrexx if my amz. Private Pestilence-Getting homework. Ianet Nye "lannie" She'll dame hm' way through life. Private Pestilence-"Buck" in the Olds. G-Y '38-'39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Home Room Officer '38-'39 Paul O'Neal "Lefty" jun good fmlured, zhafr all - and noi pretentiozu. P r i v a t e Pestilence - "Chick" Ruton, Thomas E. Orr "Tom" Whalerer he daex, he dam well. Private Pestilence - Iivin' and Drivin'. Honor Society Austin A. Peel .. t it Let y IlVhat would we do wilhaul him? Private Pestilence-Having my life story told by cer- tain teachers. Salesmanship '39 Bird Club '38 Boys' Baseball '39 lggramural Basketball '38- Susan Nethers ..Sue,, I A heller fzamre? There IJ none ! Private Pestilence-B o o k Reports. Girl Reserves '38 Betty Louise Nutter "Bet" She leunf not an olherr, hu! on herrelf. Private Pestilence - Rainy Saturdays. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Rifle Club '40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39v'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Margaret O'Connor "Marg" Art ambition! young girl with mapping eyer. Private Pestilence - Trivial uarrels with-?? girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Room Agent '40 Estella May Orr "Skip" or "Skipper" A winning way, a friendly .rmileg All in all, d girl worlh while. Private Pestilence-The us- ual "Hello Stranger" from Sergie, Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Reuben Payne Hir goal if ,rel high, an! he will reach it. Private Pestilence-Waitinq on the corner for a junior. Gerald Peifers "Ierry" Yazffe rery .rrzmll jerry. 'nt lrize, Bn! you han' heafir of life in yon. Private Pestilence - Chem- istry. Bird Club '38 Home Room Officer '38 Virginia Pierce Wanda Pipes Charles Pope Bernice Popham ulinnyf. Mum' warber awa' from the .mul the dur: of everyday life. Private Pestilence - It's a Gray Top. G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38 Edwin Pratt ..Ed,, A man rexoleea' and :ready in hir lark. Private Pestilence - Bume ming to Columbusl Salesmanship Club '38 Camera Club '40 Paul Queen "Queenie" Napoleon war a Jmall man, but a great Jurrerr. Private Pestilence-English Class. Varsity Football '39 Reserve Football '38 "Pipesey" Aferfion ir the broader! barir of good in life. Private Pesti ence-Practice Sets, Sophomore and I u n i o r years at Utica High School Gloria Price "Gopie" Happy - go - lnrky, fair and freeg Nolbing there if that bozberf file. Private Pestilence - T h e originator oi my nickname. G-Y '38-'39-'40 Hockey '38-'39-'40 Girls' Basketball '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Frances Eloise Radclitte "Stuttins" If one be endowed with a genefoux mind, that if the bert kind of nobility. Private Pestilence - C o l d hands-warm heart. Salesmanship Club '40 Girl Reserves '38 "Pope" Tbore who ark no foolirla querlionr, rereire no foolirla annuem. Private PestilenceiWhere's M. R. K,? Student Council '38 Varsity Football '37-'38-'39 Reserve Basketball '38 Track Squad '38-'39 Kathryn Price "Kate" Self-frurt if Ike rerrel of ,rurce,f.r, Private Pestilence-Waiting tor letters from a certain person, Girl Reserves '38 Thomas Radu "Tom" Small of Jlalure, larger in mind, a hefler pal ir bard zo ind. laisramural Basketball '38- "POpPy" , A I never trouble rrolzhle llll ll'0llb1L' lfoulzler me. Private Pestilence-Having Buckeye Lake closed in winter. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Clyde Priest "Ioseph" l Life'J A jen, and all llszngf ,rlyow ity I lkouglol .ro ante, and now I know it. Private Pestilence-Trying to get enough sleep. Home Room Treasurer '37 Room Agent '40 Marjorie Rankin "Marge" Forever foremort in lbe rank.: of frm. Private Pestilence-People who go steady. G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '38 Home Room Treasurer '39 Sixty-Three Martha Rankin "Mart" Mlrrh if lhe medirine of life 1: eurex itr illr and mlm! il: Jtrife. Private Pestilence -- Biga- mists lHil Annell G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '38 Honor Society Helen Rickrich "Ricky" To worry about Iomorrow ir lo be unhappy today. Private Pestilence-Missing the bus, Girl Reserves '38 Mimeograph Staff '40 Honor Society Pearl Beatrice Roley "Poil" or "Sis" We find ourrelrer refrerhed wilh Ihe prerence of cheerful people. P r i v ate Pestilence - A "Friend." Girl Reserves '38 Geraldine Reeders "Terry" Il if fx friendly hear! that har plenty of friendr. Private Pestilence-I can't resist biting my fingernails. lack Ridenour "Speck" A11 earnert, m'aighffor'ward man. Private PestilencePGetting my lessons. Chefs Club Bird Club Betty Rubel "Betsy" Of mrh are true friend! made. Private Pestilence - Mis- takes in typing. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Annual Stali '39 Mimeograph Stall '40 Orchestra '38-'39 George Rhodeback "Rl1odie" Ambition perronilied. Private Pestilence - Trying to get home before twelve o'clock. Boys' Baseball '38 Usher '39 Frank Rizzo He if forever a good Jrout. Private Pestilence-Listem ing to Earl Walker "Sing siriliof Ha-Y '40 Intramural Basketball '38 Mildred Rutlner "Midge" Genlle of Jpeerh, Ivenefrenl of mind. Private Pestilence - Don't mention it. Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Room Agent '39 College Club '40 loseph Richard "Dead Eye" Mfy only bookr Were women'J loohJ. And folly'r ull theyre tough: me. Private Pestilence-Watclr ing thieves in the locker room. Varsity Football '39 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '39 Intramural Basketball '39 Arland K. Rogers "Shadow" Blerringr on thee, little mon. Private Pestilence-To be six feet tallll Iames Roland Rutledge, Ir. "Doc" Darhing and daring, he winr hir way into many a girlirh heart. Private Pestilence-Borrow- ing pencils in history class. Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '38 oixty-F our Iarnes Robe Sachs ..Iim,. And when a lady'r in the care. You know all olher thingr give plare. Private Pestilence - The Doctor's Daughter. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Annual Staff '39-'40 College Club '40 Virginia Dewar Scarbrough "li1'mY" . Wire lo rerolee, and patzent to perform, Private Pestilence - Men in general. G-Y '40 Rifle Club '40 Reveille Statt '39-'40 Hockey '38-'39-'40 Honor Society loann Schofield Io I am wealthy in my friendr. Private Pestilence - My Holly-days. Student Council '38-'39 G-Y '39, President '40 Home Room Offices '38-'39 Mimeograph Staff '40 Honor Society Ervin Scott "Scotty" I A Good oyr love their ruterr, Bu! Jo food have I grown, Tha! lore other boyhf JiJter.r, Ax well ax my own. Private Pestilence - Bru- nettes and not "Bluebirds ln' The Moonlight." Student Council '40 Cilaemistry Club President Varsity Football '40 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Anthony Storza "Spontaneous" Chararter maker in own dertiny. Private Pestilence-Absent s, mindednes Unqrearsog Imnuionuy Russell Sompoul "Russ" Don't take life loo Jeriourly: yozfll never get out of il alive. Private Pestilence - Corny Bands, William Schenk "Bill" An all-around friend and athlele. Private Pestilence - Keep- ing I. M. out of trouble. Varsity Football '38-'39 Reserve Football '37 Slejniar Hi-Y '39, Secretary Room Agent '38 Leah Scott "Lee" Silenre more nreful than any Jong. Plriglate Pestilence-'37 Ford Girl Reserves '38-'39 Ioseph Sensabaugh ' "Chinsubu" Thou ar! a fellow of good rerperl. Private Pestilence-Oh, my Mannl Chefs Club Automobile Club I. Warren Shaw "Shorty" Honor ir Jurrharea' by the deed! we o. Private Pestilence - Keepe ing out-of-town dates. Track Squad '39 Cross Country Squad '38 Intramural Basketball '36 Clyde Shipp "Big Ed" Big, but oh .ro gentle. Esther Loulse Sherman Private Pesiilence - Hill- "s" I biiiies A good laugh ir ,runrhzne in "N" Club '38-'39, Vice- any home. President '40 Private Pestilence-Brother Dramatic Club '38-'39 Ed. Sophomore Hi-Y President G-Y '39-'40 '38 Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Home Room Vice-President '37-'38 Sixty-Five 1 Sixty-Six Gerald Shubirg "lerry" A patient man if a pattern for a king. Private Pestilence-Finding a quiet place to sleep. liigraiiaiural Basketball '33- Charles Slotterbeck "Charlie" I A gentleman maker no naue. Private Pestilence - Man! what a gal. Enola Smith "Sunny" Perxereranre and eheerlultien are abmlately if'reJi.flihle. Private Pestilence - Being called "Windy," Girl Reserves '38-'39 Robert F, Smith "Smitty" Thoie who lore mimi: are gentle and honert itz their temper. Private Pestilence - The Andrew Sisters. Student Council '39 Orchestra '38-'39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40 Honor Society Sylvia Smith "Shoog" or "Shug" No matter what if Jaid or done, Sylvia will laugh 'til .ret of Iliff. Private Pestilence-Sister's vagaries. Honor Society William Spangler "Bill" A man'J eharaetet' if the reality of himxelj. Private Pestilence - Senior bookkeeping. Rhea Siegle "Wee Wee" Her way: are wayr of pleay- antnen ana' all her path! of peace. Private Pestilence-Waiting tor the bus. Girl Reserves '38 Elma Smith A.: .rteady at a clock. Hockey '38-'39-'40 Girls' Baseball '39-'40 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 Mimeograph Statt '40 G. Ellsworth Smith "Bud" Bad if meh a witty lad IVith a twinkle in hir eye It'J all hix perfonality That make: ttf like the guy. Private Pestilence - l'd walk a mile for a "Camp- bell." Dramatic Club '38-'40 Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Annual Staff '40 Laverne Smith "Susie" A .rmile oilr lifefr bearitigr. Private Pestilence - My "cousin" French Club '39 G-Y '39, Secretary '40 Mimeograph Staff '40 Girls' Basketball '33-'39-'40 Eugene Snelling "Snoz" What wandraiu haunting meloaliex Hit fingerx bring from the ivory keyf. Private Pestilence-Monday Morning. Reserve Basketball '38 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Orchestra '38 Band '38-'39-'40 Donald Speaks "Don" One knowf him by good workmanfhip. Private Pestilence - To get an A in history. Dorothy Spitzer Kenneth Stage Bessie Stamas Harold Steele "Spitzer" Meeknerr ir not weaknerr. Private Pestilence-Only 24 hours in a day. Dramatic Club '39-'40 Hockey '38-'39-'40 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 Girls' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Honor Society Eugene Steinman "Stinky" Tho' 'red my hair, I'm a meek man. Private Pestilence-Crank ing Curp's Model T. Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Varsity Football '40 Varsity Basketball '39 Senior Hi-Y '40 Lewis Swanbeck "Lew" or "Butch" A jolly good fellow iulaerever he goer. Private Pestilence - The man who cried in mv beer. Intramural Basketball '38 "Kenney" Dependable and everyoaielv friend. Private Pestilence - That darn nickname-"Monk," Reserve Football '37-'33 Senior Hi-Y '38-'39-'40 Honor Society Catharine Louise Stiff "Katie" She bar a quiel nature and a ufealzla of knowledge. Private Pestilence - Being left handed. Mimeograph Staff '40 Honor Society Robert Swern "Bob" You ran't corner a .rquare mari. Private Pestilence-Friend- ship is one's greatest asset. "Babs" Large, amuring eyer both joyour and gay. Private Pestilence - Why couldn't l be a little taller? Science Club '38 Girl Reserves '38 Paul Stottsberry "Stottsey" He ir full of joke and jeff. Private Pestilence - Down in front ll! Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '39 Shirley lane Swigart ' 'Duchess" S?e'll ring her way lbrougla li e. Private Pestilence - Those scales ll Student Council '39 French Club '38 Red Cross Council '39 G-Y '39-'40 Operetta '33 Honor Society An honert heart Jurparrer a kingdom. Private Pestilence-Lankey Debate '36 Bird Club '39 Delbert Eugene Stroud "Del" A Life if no longer if I l1urry,' the world ir not betler if I worry. Private Pestilence - First period gym classes. Reveille Staff '39 Carl E. Tate "Tater" Come fair ladier, I am here. Private Pestilence-Martin's 1932 air brakes. Dramatic Club '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Orchestra '38-'39-'40 Operetta '38 Sixty-Seven Harold Edgar Tate "Tate" Wherzlihe mind ii frec, lhe heart if happy. Private Pestilence - Keep- ing the old "Ford" in gas. Chefs Club '37-'38 Book Club '37 Iohn lay Utts "Iohnny" I!f'here they-e'.r mimi' lhere van he no harm. Private Pestilence-Listen- ing to a "sweet" dance band. Orchestra '38-'39 Band '38-'39-'40 Honor Society Marjorie Wagner Om' :ruff ihinh that ,meh red hair could hide beneath II, d Iemper .fo fair. "Marge" Private Pestilence - Early hours. G-Y '38-'39-'40 Hockey '38 Girls' Basketball '38-'39 Girls' Baseball '38 Mflfie TYIOIHPSOH Frederick Tiernann Hpeggie., I V A Irue friend 11 jarerer ri .. f, Fred I Women-I nezfher haze :mr f"l?W'e , lore fherrz-you may full if Private Pestilence-George zglemfign, Private Pestilence-You are new looking at it. Student Council '39 Varsity Football '38-'39 Home Room President '39 Annual Staff '39, Editor '40 Honor Society DPTOHWY Vance Robert E. Van Winkle CD02 I . "Winkle" I 09 'mffdf 'ff !'f'lf'9"ff'l' Good qualifier are the .mb- 'mlgnn' . .rfanlial rirhef of the mind. Private Peslllence - Model Private Pestilence - State A Ford from New Haven. Girl Reserves '39 Girls' Basketball '38 Girls' Baseball '38 Girls' Volleyball '39 Thomas Walcutt "Tommy" Thir ir the mzallett 110600, I'1'e ezrer run, Private Pestilence-Letting school work interfere with my education. Dramatic Club '39-'40 Varsity Basketball Man- ager '38-'39-'40 Senior Hi-Y '39, Vice-Presi- dent '40 Band '38-'39-'40 araduation requirements, Reveille Staff '40 Robert Earl Walker "Barney" Care may he nlany, hlzl rmzlc hare I. Private Pestilence-Hauling the gang around "tree" Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Varsity Basketball '39-'40 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '38-'39-'40 Leonard I. Tipton "T1PivY" Nerer hrzorrn lo he arnmlly ant nf mrlx. Private Pestilence-Making speeches in Public Speak- ing Class. Student Council '38 Bird Club '38-'39140 Leland D. Varner "Squirrel" The world k1I01L'J lzulhing of if.: greater men. Private Pestilence-Getting Norris to school on time. William P. Warthen Bill lrlr hir friendly zmmre fha! u'ir1.r hi.r frierzdi for him. Private Pestilence - Light leaks in my dark room. Home Room Secretary '38 izianual Staff Photographer Sixty-Eight Owen Weaver Hpappy.. A worker, 41 Jmdeni, who ellwayr bfingr .rm'ee.r.r. Private PestilencewShall I Tell You. Kathleen Weekly "Katie" A frank, en aging .fmile be- tray: lhe mfm and qniel of ber wuyr. Private Pestilence-Dorothy Carpenter Donald Nelson Wilkin "Don" Happy uml gay all ihe day, Nerer zz worry, m1'e'r far' away. Private Pestilence - A cere tain Blonde. Robert Willard "Bob" Bolir 4 nefermry .rari- IJ arrive or can be Heir vital, quick and lively, A friend to all we fee. Private Pestilence - These long bookkeeping prob- lems. Business Staff '39 lean Williams "Willy" To be .rilent would be the death of me. Private Pestilence - He's spectacled and specially spectacular. Dramatic Club '39, Sgt.-at- Arms '40 Secretary of Sophomore Class '38 G-Y '39-'40 Girls' Archery Club '39, President '40 Fred Wise uFI'ilZ" Nothing Jucceed: like rur- ren. Private Pestilence - Bent fenders. Intramural Basketball '39 Orchestra '38-'39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40 Robert Weaver ..TOe,, The deepen 1'l1f't'7'.I' flow with llae leon Jouml. Private Pestilence - litter- bugs fl. GJ Marjorie Weston "Mari" Previoiu lhingr are done np in rmull bllllllllif. Private Pestilence - That certain person. Nelson Elmer Wilkin "Tuggle" The ,fuperior man wirber lo be .flow in hir ufordr and earner! in hi! ror1dur.'t. Private Pestilence - Trying to get to school on time. Boys' Baseball '39 Doris Williams "Sally" and "Dimples" See ber molionr, walrh her rlepf Walsh ber give the rrawd the pep. Private Pestilence - Trying to remember license num- bers Sadie Elizabeth Wilson "Sally" Starr do no! Jhout, :hey only fhine. Private Pestilence-"Roller- skating on a Rainbow. Girl Reserves '39-'40 lean Karl Woodyard "Woody" Women don'l lzolher me. Private Pestilence - That name "Scarface" Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Varsity Football '37-'38-'39 iegnior Hi-Y '39, Treasurer Sixty-Nine Seventy Beth Anne Woolard "Sally lane" An earneit girl with a fheery Jmile and a big heart. Private Pestilence-Waiting for "Heel Ely." G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Basketball '38 Girls' Baseball '38-'39 Phoebe lane Wyant alan., Influence if the exhalatian of rhararter. Private Pestilence - Four o'clock everyday and get- ting my lessons. Beatrice Young "Bea" She ana' gloom are no 'rela- lion. Private Pestilence - Wait- ing for a Red Bird. Girl Reserves '38 Home Room Treasurer '39 Room Agent '40 Mary Zipperer "Kate" A good heart ir hetler than gold. Private Pestilence-People asking me, "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?" Girl Reserves '38-'39-'40 Student Graphic Arts '39 enior Glass Cluommittees 'Walter Worden "Randolph" Dependable and everyonek friend. Private Pestilence - Dodg- ing trucks on Route 568. Boys' Baseball Dortha lean Yarger "Red" jolly and gay, She'J alwayr that way. Private Pestilence - Noted by nine nifty nicknames nightly. French Club '38 G-Y '39, Vice-President '40 Girl Reserves '38 f Girls' Rifle Club '40 Phyllis Young "Babe" A A happy dirporition if a ,gift of nazare. Private Pestilence-History and biology. Girl Reserves '38 Home R o o m Attendance Committee '38 Betty lune Gibson "Gibby" A plearing mice, a delight- ful girl. Private Pestilence - People who talk during a show. Chefs Club '38 Home Room Offices '37 Class Play '38 Entered April ll, l940 From Muskegon Heights Michigan Flower ..,,,,,.,.,...,,...,,,...,,,,..,,.,,.,..A,,,,A,,,,4,W,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, M a riorie Weston, Chairman Mae Hankey, loseph Richards, loseph McLean. Class Day ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,...,.................. Clyde Shipp, Chairman Thomas Massalas, Kenneth Stage, Marjorie Rankin, Virginia Pierce, Gloria Price. Senior Party ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,..,,,..,.,....,..... Marybeth Mix, Chairman Paul Stotsberry, loy Mitchell, Paul Martindale, Garnett Miller, Betty Logan, William Schenk. Gilt ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,....... E llen Levin, Chairman Iames Sachs, Roy Plymale. Sang ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Robert Smith, Chairman Eugene Snelling, Patti Burkham, Betty Bozman, Martha Rankin. Class Color ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,,..,........,......,... Virginia Belt, Chairman Mariann Buckingham, Ralph Brooke, Darwin lohnson. Breakfast ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,..,,, lane Camlin, Chairman Geraldine Hess, Richard Christie, Ellsworth Smith, Ralf Corbett, Russell Baker, Marybelle McKnight. Calling Card ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lohn Utts, Chairman lean Allen, Thomas Walcutt. Ring and Pin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,.,......,..,,...,,,.,.,....,,,.,..,,,,.,.,,,. Phillip Christman, Chairman Edith Hare, Eugene Steinman, lames Rutledge, lanice Clay. Motto ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,.,..,.,..,..,,.,.,..,.,,..,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.,, Ann Davis, Chairman Benjamin Goldberg, lean Woodyard, Edith Hare. Invitation ,,.,....................................................,.....,,..................................,.,..... Virginia Scarbrough, Chairman Eloise Cooper, Suzanne Goodwin, lean Vtloodyard, Eston Armstrong. Tlationaf Honor cgloczlety Row l---Kenneth Stage, Robert Smith, William Berson, Philip Christman, Frederick Tiemann, Arthur Armstrong, Thomas Orr, lohn Utts. Row 2-Marian Andrews, Betty Bozman, Sylvia Smith, Suzanne Goodwin, Ann Davis, Gene Cassell, Betty Duncan, Martha Rankin, Ellen Levin, Virginia Benner, Dorothy Spitzer, Katherine Feldner, Catherine Stiff. Row 3-Xenia Athan, Ioann Schofield, Edith Hare, Eva lohn, Virginia Scarbrough, Geraldine Hess, Shirley Swigart, Garnett Miller, Martha Deering, Henrietta Mencer, Mary Louise Kuhn, Marybelle McKnight, Helen Rickrich. President .o,......,.... Vice-President .... Secretary i....Y... Treasurer ,,..........,i Faculty Adviser ,.,, The National Honor Society was first organized in l92l. Since then it has increased until there are more than two thousand chapters in high schools throughout the country. The Newark chapter was started in 1937. This year thirty-four seniors with the highest rank are members of the society. The Honor Society has as Philip Christman Ioann Schofield Garnett Miller William Berson Miss Laura Hosick its object an active organization Whose purposes are to promote an interest in high scholastic standing. The rnemloers sold "Paper Savers" and sponsored the movie, "Vin- cennes", in order to raise money. Mr. Donald Doss was guest speaker at their banquet. Seve ity One Glass CSDOHQ Ldes-JS and Musuc, by Rob-QFT Smith and , Eugene Snelling Y YW '-L11 ',33m .,iYl L LIL' 3 af 5' ii ' fad A , MQW? 1 lgf A 3? 1 33 si 'Ei Mimi! mi 'ff ai 412+ 3 NW 5 M fi ruff? 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A ' Secretary MILDRED SHEPHERD Treasurer ALLEN BURTON President EDWARD ALLEN -f. , W Seventy-Three Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Seventy-Four uniors -Left to Right--Grace Adanis, lane Alexander, Edward Allen, Carol Anderson, Lillian Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Harry Andrews, Virginia Andrews. -Beulah Armstrong, Eva Mae Atherton, Elizabeth Azbell, Dick Backenstos, Donald Bailey, lean Baird, Gordon Ball, Ruth Barringer. -Robert Baughman, Robert Bazler, William Beard, Donald Bebout, Iohn Bebout, Mable Becker, Beatrice Belt, David Bennett. -Ieanne Besanceney, William Bickel, Carol Binger, lean Bixler, Dorothy Blamer, Edna Mae Boggs, Carl Bolen, Frank Borroway. -Nyla Boss, Leonard Bowers, Lois Bowers, Margaret Bower, Doris Bradley, Eleanor Brooks, Ethel Brooks, lim Browne. -Shirley Browning, Dick Brunner, Virginia Buchanan, Victor Buchman, lim Buck, Alan Burton, Ernest Busby, Imogene Butte. Virginia Buxton, Wayne Byers, Martha Ann Callander, George Camp, Geraldine Cates, Dale Chaney, Bob Cherry, Ianet Chrisman. Ruth Clem, Leonard Clutter, Fred Cochran, lean Cochran, U'fliOl'S Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 8.- Harrod Cole, Bettina Colville, Danny Corcoran, George Cotterman, I-larlen Cotterman, lack Cotterman, Violette Cramer, Clyde Crawford. Marvin Crouse, Gordon Crow, lack Cullison, Betty Cunningham, Ralph Daniels, Carl Dames, Max Davidson, Art Davis. Betty I. Davis, Pat Davis, Dorothy Deck, Dorothy Deering, Dale Diller, Maxine Donnett, Ann Driscoll, Iune Drumm. Hilda Dufiill, Dick Dugan, Robert Dumm, Mary Dunwoody, William Dunwoody, Ruth Dyer, Carl Eclebury, Frances Eddy. Ieanne Embrey, Dick Emerson, lean English, Dale Eshelman, Robert Evans, Thomas Evans, Iohn Evendoll, Dorothy Ferrell. Evelyn Fisher, Elisabeth Flanningan, lris Forster, Richard Fouts, Charles Frazier, Emily Freeman, Ben Friend, Margaret Fry. Pauline Fulton, Sadie Garapedian, Harold Gartner, Peggy Gerlach, leanne Gibbony, Pat Giblin, larnes Glover, Bill Glover. Dorothy Goodin, Sherman Green, Vfolter Haas, Don Hall. Seventy Five U1'M.OI'S Row Row Row Row Bow Row Row Row Seventy-Six li 27 Wilma I. Haley, Thelma Hall, Franklin Hanby, Elizabeth Hankinson. Basil Hare, Alice Hardman, Marilyn Hartman, Robert Harvey. Owen Heatwole, Richard Helphrey, Millard Henry, Helen Hickey, Iuanita Higgins, George Hinger, George Holcombe, lean Holcombe. Norma Holland, Catherine Holton, Frances Holton, Betty Hook, Grace Hopkins, Peggy Horchler, Elaine Horwitz, Don Hoskinson, 4-Hughey Houpt, Doris Howes, Bill Huffman, Bernice Hull, Lawrence Hunter, Edward Hupp, Betty lden, Robert lngold. fRuth James, Virginia Ieifers, Mary letfreys, leanne Iohnson, Margaret Iohnson, Evelyn Iones, luanita lones, Bill lones. Kenneth Ioyner, Gerald Iuniper, Barbara Keim, Edward Keller, Eva Kelley, Pauline Kelley, Kate Kemnitzer, lean Kemp. 4Leah Kemp, Lowell Keyes, Frank Kirk, Isabelle Kirk, Velma Kisamore, Leah Koehler, Betty Koman, Avonne Kramer. -Elizabeth Kvintus, Louis Lammers, Oran Lane, Leona Lawson. l,H'ltOI'S 'WX 55, Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row gf Ruth Layman, Martha Layton, Richard Leckey, Robert Lees, Naomi Lehley, Iosephine Lewis, Marjorie Lightle, Don Litten. Valoes Lomas, Iohn Luzio, Bette McCloskey, Hugh McCoy, lean McCracken, Iames McCreary, lane McDaniel, Virginia McDaniels. Bob McDonald, Pearl McDonald, Ruth McGee, Grover McKnight, Betty McLaughlin, lean McMullen, Iohn McMurtry, Elizabeth Mackey. fohn Mahan, Vaughn Malone, Virginia Maier, Tony Maniace, Herbert Martin, Richard Martin, Wilbur Martin, Lucille Mason. Ellsworth Mattern, Barbara Matticks, Elizabeth Matis, Betty Mercer, Margaret Mike, Ed Miller, Valeria Miller, Aileen Mills. Robert L. Mills, Carl Miller, Geraldine Minor, Barbara Mitchell, Iohn Mix, Gabriel Molnar, Charles Montanero, Betty Moore. Louise Moore, James Moore, Paul Morgan, Iessica Morrison, Mildred Morrow, Fred Moss' man, Charlotte Myer, Duane Myers. Carl Nethers, Betty Noblick, Pauline Padgett, Charles Patterson. Seventy-Seven unio rs Row Row Row Row Row Seventy-Eight Charles Paulson, lack Pease, Wilma Peck, Mary Pefiers, Kenneth Penick, Norma Pe-nick, Edward Perdue, Margaret Phillips. Richard Pierce, Mildred Plants, Stella Plotcher, Roy Plymale, Raymond Pound, Virgil Price, Keith Priest, Marjorie Prince. -William Prior, Yvonne Randoxhe, Louis Rector, lune Redd, Eileen Reid, lean Reid, Thomas Reid, Ralph Renner. William Richardson, Maxine Rickus, George Ridenbauqh, lean Roberts, Ruth Robey, Metha Rowe, Richard Rusk, Charles Ruton. Edward Satteriield, Helen Schmitt, Carl Shannon, Elizabeth Shannon, Marcella Shaw, Paul Shell, Richard Shell, Mildred Shepherd. nn....... Row Row Row Row Row UI'Ll'Ol'S Georqe Shinn, Sidney Shoemaker, Kathryn Skinner, Robert Skinner, Edna Smith, Oscar Smith, Pauline Smith, Richard Smith. Ann Sprowls, Marjorie Stage, Florence Steele, Mary Steele, William Steinman, Maxie Stephens, Gene K. Stevens, Gene V. Stevens. Mary Stewart, Clara Lou Swain, Charlene Swan, Herb Swern, William Tait, Rupert Taylor, Kathleen Teel, lctmes Thomas. lack Tilton, William Townsend, William Tracey, Ruth Tracey, Richard Varner, Dale Ver- million, Helen Vermillion, Virginia Vogan. Mary Unternaher, Annette Upson, Constance Vaiea, Eloise Van Fossen, Iune Vogel, Francis Wade, Roy Waldren, jean Wallace. Seventy-Nine UI'I,l.OI'S Eighty Row Row Row Row Marjorie Walt, Grace Walters, Marjorie Walters, Roy Walters, Laura Warnack, Dexter Whitmer, Myrtle Williams, Willard Williams. Arthur Wilson, William Wilson, Virginia Wilson, Maxine Wilson, Robert Winter, Dorothy Wintermute, Eleanor Wintermute, Robert Wintermute. Mary White, William Weekley, George Welsch, Douglas Wentz, Paul Wolf, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Kenneth Wright. Raymond Wright, Paul Zeiher. CS3OplLOI7'LOI'Q 81683 QXAICQVS Ruth Andereqq Vice-President Betty Ccrmlin Secretary Angel Athcm Treasurer William Hall President Eighty-One Row Bow Bow ROW Bow Row Row Row Eighty-Two CSDOIDAOIU OFQS Left to right-Andereqq, D. Anderson, R. Anderson, E. Andrews, K. Andrews Anqelelii, Appleqaie. Armstrong, Ashley, Alban, Atslcoff, Ayers, Bachelor, Bailey, Baird. Baker, Barber, Barlowe, A. Barreti, l. Barrett, M. Barreit, Bauman, Beaboul. Bebout, Beeney, Beli, Bieberbach, Billrnan, Binqer, Bixler, Blizzard. Board, Boqqs, Bolton, Bonham, Bonifani, Borcer, Boyd, Braden. vBranclt, Branscorne, Brehrne, Brooke, Brooks, Brucker, Bumqardner, Burden. Caqney, l. Ccrllander, R, Callander, Camlin, R. Campbell, W. M. Campbell, W. Carson. Cates, Chism, Chrislman, Christofierson. 1 M. Andrews D. Campbell CSDOplLOlil'lOI'8S Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Left to RightfD. Clark, E. Clark, I. Clark, R. Clark, Connor, Cooper, Corcler, Cotterman. Cougill, Courson, Courtwright, Coyne, I. G. Crammer, I. T. Crammer, Crompton, Crawford. Crothers, Crouch, Culver, Curry, A. Curts, I. Curts, Darkes, Davino. H. Davis, L. Davis, M. Davis, S. Davis, DeBoard, Deering, DelMonico, Dodd. Dowds, Dry, Dudgeon, Dunn, Dwiggins, Ellington, A. Elliott, E. Elliott. Elmore, England, Essig, Evans, Ewing, Farley, Fears, Felty. -Fields, Finney, Fisher, Fitzell, Flannigan, Fletcher, Fogle, Forbes. -Ford, B. Francis, I. Francis, Frey. Eighty-Three CYOPILOITLOFQS Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Eighty-Four Lett to Right--Frye, Gard, Garee, Garrison, Gaydos, Gentry, Georqe, Gibson, Gilbert, Glass, Goble, Goode, Goodin, E. Gordon, O. Gordon. Gorman, Gould, Gray, Greeley, Greenlee, Grove, Groves, Gutridqe. Hater, Hair, Hall, Hanes, Hare, I. Harris, W. Harris, Harter. Hartman, Hartshorn, Hathaway, I. F. Hayes, I. D. Hayes, V. Hayes, F. Hazlett, Henry, Henzy, Hess, Higgins, Hiqhtshoe, Hill, R. Hinqer. W. Hinger, Hinton, Hitchcock, l. Hobbs, M. Hobbs, Huffman, Hollar, 8-Holtschulte, Hook, Horst, Hottinqer. Gerber. Haynes, W. Haynes Holton. CSJOPIIOIHOFQS 4 iw. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 2- Left to Right-Houdeshell, Huber, Hull, l-lunl, Hurst, lde, lnlow, Iachius. Iaynes, Iohn, lohns, B. lohnson, C. Iohnson, I. lohnson, lohnston, E. lanes. H. lones, Llones, R. lones, luniper, lury, Keaser, Keim, B. Keller. -D. Keller, R. Kelley, Keyes, Kidner, Kincaid, Kindred, Kistler, Knai. fKreaqer, Kuppinqer, Kvintus, H. Lake, I. Lake, Landis, Lange, Lawrence. -Layton, Lee, Lees, Lelfever, Lel-lew, Lehman, Lescody, H. Leslie. -R. Leslie, Levingston, D. Lewis, I. Lewis, Leiber, Linn, Linion, Litten. 8-Litileion, Livingston, Loos, R. Lynch. Eiqh ty-Five CSjOplLOl7ZOI'eS Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Eighty-Six fLeft to RightAW. Lynch, McElroy, Mclllyer, Marmie, Marshall, D. Martin, S. Martin Massalas. W-Meacham, Melick, B. Miller, C. Miller, D. Miller, F. Miller, H. Miller, l. Miller. -K. Miller, R. Miller, R. Miller, Milligan, M. Mitchell, R. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, Moats. Mogler, Montanaro, Moody, E. Moore, E. W. Moore, I. Moore, Moormcm, Morin. Morriss, Morrow, Munkachy, Murphy, Myer, E. Myers, M. Myers, Nehls. Neibarqer, Nethers, Nichols, Norpell, Northey, Null, Nunnelly, Nye. OIBGHHOII, O'Dell, Offenbaker, F. Orr, O. Orr, Owen, Patton, Pemberton. Pfeifer, Piqq, Plants, Popharn. . l CS3OpllOlTLO'I'8S Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Left to Right--A. Porter, H. Porter, M. Porter, Price, I. Priest, M. Priest, Pritche Radu, Ralph, Raney, Redman, Reese, Reid, Reirnbeau, Renner. Resta, Ricciarclo, Richards, E. Richardson, R. Richardson, Rico, Riehl, Rine. Rissler, Roach, Robinson, A. Rodgers, D. Rodgers, Rohan, E. Roof, M. Roof. Rose, Roseboorn, Rothstein, Russell, B. Ryan, F. Ryan, Sager, Sands. tt, Pryor. Saporito, N. Schaller, I. Schaller, Schisler, Scott, Seesholtz, Shelby, Sergeant. Seriozo, Shaner, M. Shaw, W. Shaw, Shields, Shimel, Sieqle, C. Simpson. L. Simpson, D. Smith, E. Smith, I. H. Smith. Eiqh ty4Seven I sophomores Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Eighty-Eight 2-W. Smith, D. Snelling, W. Snelling, Snyder, Spangler, Spencer, Spurr, Stanley. 3- 5- 5- 7- 3- 1-Left to Rightql. M. Smith, l. H. Smith, I. M. Smith, R. E. Smith, R. I. Smith, T. Smith, V. L Smith, V. Smith. Starrett, Stasel, D. Stevens, M. Stevens, P. Stevens, Stewart, Stockdale, K. Stradley. 4-N. Stradley, Strattner, Suter, Taylor, B. l. Thompson, B. I. Thompson, B. Thompson E. Thompson. loe Thompson, R. Thompson, Touvell, Townsend, Trager, Trefzer, Trickle, Trumbo. Trumpower, Ulrick, Van Allen, Vanotta, Vandayburg, Van Winkle, Varner, Venture. Vermillion, Victor, Villars, Vintila, Vogel, B. Walker, C. Walker, E. Walker. W. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, C. Walz. CSDOPILOITLOIQS .aww Row Row Row Row Row -R. Wcrlz, Wgrner, Wgtson, Weicznt, Weiss, Vlfelch, Welsch, Welsh. Westlake, Weyersmiller, White, Vtfieber, E. Wilkin, K. Wilkin, Williams, D. Wilson. R. Wilson, V. Wilson, Wintermute, Wise, Vxfolie, Woolgrd, Woodward, Woodycrrd. I. Woolcrrd, I. Woolcrrd, D. Worden, D.Worden, Workman, M. Wright, V. Wright, W. Wright, wYgus, Yost, Young. Eighty-Nine Swing Out! Iitterbuqs 1 Curp's Friends Dr. Avery A. Shaw L Commencement Speaker Ninety V fi? Students? Gotnq Up! ! Gentra!gun1'or gfigll Csjclzoof EE Lester B. Cox Principal A. B., Otterbein College Graduate Work, Ohio State University Ninety-One Gentraf Tzin th Qraale Row Row Row Row Ninety-Two 27 ,l X We , 1 . -, V .fl f t X 2 'K ' , X X, X , liLeft to Right-Don Cass, Lewis Goodwin, Dick Utts, Paul Miller, Richard Butts, Jack Vogel, lames Boles, Robert lanes, Gim Pong Chan, Dale Haynes, Tom Shannon, Carl Fields, Clifford Neighbarger, Richard Smith, Iunior Alspach, Pete Delcecato, Clyde Lucas, Robert Derringer. Martha Crawford, Charline Corrington, Evelyn Collinsworth, Maxine Moran, Betty Riffle, Madalyn Willison, Sylvia Rifile, Rose Cordich, Eleanor Maniace, lacklynn Simpson, Eleanor Bonar, Betty Wallace, Phyllis Yates, Pauline Lambert, Evelyn Moore, lean Simpson, Ruth Poulton, Betty Frey, Betty Hall. 3AThelma Kaiser, Delpha Miller, Nora Lee Harris, Betty Ward, Helen Wright, Eileen Snoor, Evelyn Nichols, Tressie Nelson, Eileen Ecleberry, Kathryn Wonder, lune Clark, Ruth Lammers, Thelma Kinser, Vernetta Kinney, Betty Yockey, Betty ller, Freda Watson, Lucille Lane, Betty Hideg, Kathaleen Haley. 4-lulie Nutter, Marjorie lohns, Margie Steinman, Elsie Vogan, Ruth Meacham, Barbara Dorsey, Robert McFarland, Edward Brison, loseph Thompson, Don Iones, Richard Dunn, Clarence Stevens, Donald Cramer, Earl Orr, Thomas Wolfe, Elsie Williams, Pauline Henry, lean Ballenger, lune Hollister, Betty W'agers. Centra! salglztweiglzt Qasketdaff Glzampions 1939 -1940 Reading from Top to Bottome-Howard Eddy, Manager, Dale Haynes, Manager: Clifford Neighe barger, Captaing lunior Alspach, Pete Del CeCato, Clyde Lucas, Lester Lewis, Charles Logan, Richard Clark, Gene Alspach, Leonard Wolfe, Lewis Del CeCato, Mr. A. B. Long, Coach. ' Central Iunior High School is proud to give recognition to its Lightweight Basketball team. These boys under the direction of their coach, Mr. A. B. Long, finished the season in first place. Playing their games on Saturday mornings, and without the aid of or- ganized cheering sections, these ath- letes participated as good sports and as representative school citizens. They are to be congratulated all the more as they were unable to practice in their own school gymnasium, as it was unfinished during the season. Gene Alspach and Clifford Neibar- ger CCaptainl were honored at the end of the schedule by being selected as members of the first all-star team. Lewis Del CeCato and Iunior Alspach were placed on the second team. N inety-Three 'CT Nineiy-Four oahcoln kgunior gfiglz Cgclzoo Thom Merc Donctqh Principal A. B., Denison efincofn ninth Qraale Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 7.-. Bob Andrews, Robert Varner, Gale Harris, Donald Barber, Wallace Wolfe, Otis ldle, Franklin Benner, David Lane, William Littleton, Ferrell Welsh, Harry Mummey, Franklin Gentile, Bob Crowley. Violet Moomaw, Betty Waddell, Harriett Strader, Beth Ann Clark, Mary Ellen Corder, Ruth Blizzard, Pauline Farabee, Betty lones, lanice Howes, lune Norris, Frances Mix, Irma Myers, Mary Hupp, Virginia Wagers, Blanche Rector, Mildred Hill, Kathryn Palmer, Della Mae Smith, Evelyn Ruton, Fern Price, Lillian Kirk, Grace Simpson, Ellen Iones, Nola Baker. Elizabeth Davis, Mary Linton, Madelyn Tharp, lanis Rohan, Dorothy Quick, Edith Grigsby, Marie Keaser, Marie Priest, Rosalie Hunt, Frances Priest, Dorothy Blizzard, Kathryn Barnes, Lorene Padgett, Ethel Hughes, Marjorie lohnson, Virginia Fry, Mildred O'Neal, Betty Idle, Harriett Lawrence, Lillian Pritchett, Barbara Rodeniser, Helen Varrasso. Russell Mummey, Bill Dollings, Dick Marlatt, Carl O'Dell, Chester Anderson, Charles Smith, Charles Roberts, Russell Stonebarger, Gene Thompson, Iarnes Cree, William Bullock, Willis Cochran, Robert Iamison, Ted Kitchen, Charles Drumm, Floyd Loughman, Leland Cocanour, lohn Stephens, Thomas Wolford, Earl Rtne. , Mary Nesbit, Ruth Benton, Betty Neighbor, Roberta Diller, Iuanita Hinger, Elizabeth Palmer, Elsie Weakley, Marjorie VonShriltz, Virginia Swartz, Bonnie Shrigley, Thelma Taylor, Shirley Shannon, Imogene Ryan, Evelyn Rice, Edith Webb, lanis Rice, Charlotte Hull, Gladys VanWinkle, Grace Newlon, Shirley Richards, Mary Lee Williams, Mary Ann Fulke, Iune Davis. - 4Edgar Huff, lunior Hitchcock, Robert Humble, Elmer Mercer, Claire Barton, Dick Baker, lohn Haluczik, Leland Shoemaker, Bobby lones, Paul Cullison, Dick Crowley, Lawrence Camp, Paul Harris, William Hays, William Hague, Clarence Hollar, Ferrell VanWy, Isaac Iohn- son, Dale Galbraith. Melvin lohnson, Don Lake, Paul Huffman, Clayton Priest, Bob Oatman, Donald Weston, Kenneth Hughes, Charles Abbott, William Tate, William Rogers, Robert Leasure, Thomas Scott, Charles Gallagher, lack Bickle, Avard Vail, Harry leffers. Ninety Five QGHFSII. QyI7'I,l7,CZSft.CS ADI' oC?I'LCO!I'l QFIJS' r . lf the junior high school girl were asked the question, "What do you expect these three years to do tor you?" she would have the right to reply, "First ot all, I want a finely developed physical body and a stable nervous system, because these will result in mental poise and emotional equilibrium." Because these young people do have the right to demand these de- velopments which make for health, there has been a definite movement away from competitive athletics in the junior high school. Instead, activi- ties such as the one demonstrated by this group are emphasized. The outstanding results are a mus- cular flexibility and suppleness which is noticeable in improved posture. The Ninety Six fascinating rhythm ot this particular form oi gymnastics brings out smooth- ness of motion. In addition, a nat- urally strong body, radiating health, results from the acquired coordination and increased mobility. Under the direction of Miss Chris- tina Iones, ninth grade girls enjoy this type ot activity. Those participating are: Charlotte Hull, Evelyn Ruton, Shir- ley Richards, Betty Neighbor, Betty Bowen, Rosalie Hunt, Mildred Hill, Marie Keaser, Betty Waddell, Lillian Pritchett, Mary Ellen Corder, Harriett Lawrence, Ellen jones, Fern Price, Pauline Farabee, Mary Linton, Vir- ginia Swartz, Elsie Weakley, Mar- jorie VonShriltz, Athena Forbes, Dor- othy Blizzard, Blanche Rector, Ruth Blizzard, Edith Grigsby, Frances Mix. oosevelt kgUl'LiOI' CSBCILOO 4 1 1 H. W. Carr Principal B. A., Ohio Wesleyan M. A., Ohio State University N inety-Severi geooseveft Tlirztlz Qraale Row Row Row Row Row Row 6-A 1D 27 3, 4U Alice Irwin, Mary F. Fulton, Marguerite Haas, Adelaide Chilcote, lean Berry, Shirley Rector, lean Cramer, Phyllis Arensberg, Frances Butcher, Dorothy Shrock, Martina Schleitfer, Bernice Grant, Dora Francis Swisher, lean Richardson, Mary lo Humbert, Reva Hoskinson, lanice Hay, Lois Hodge, Norma Huffman, Fanny lones. Virginia Mitrea, Virginia W'ilson, Mildred Vtfeaver, Betty McDaniels, Shirley Lovell, Viola Furley, Carolyn Stottesberry, Norma Cochran, Katheryn Ector, lean Kreitler, lane Kreitler, Maud Carey, luanita Chidestor, Maxine Beaumont, Virginia Wilson, Betty Buchanan, Betty Braden, Dorothy Bebout. Robert Willey, Harold Nourse, Raymond Nourse, Homer Pound, Charles McKnight, Amos Radus, Marshall Hoy, Tom Nichols, Don MCCualsky, Charles McCartney, William Honen- berger, Donald Curry, Robert Ashley, William Layman, William Finney, Donald Wilson, Roger Sedgwick, Raymond Bachman. Evelyn Huber, lune Drum, Dorothy Marriott, Mary lane Doerr, Miriam Raikin, Dorothea Dodd, Marian Stautier, Anne Kramer, Betty Lieber, Mary Alice Howard, Nancy Cook, Barbara Beaver, Mary Lou Ieiiers, Marilyn Finkbone, Carol lean Siegel, Rita Lieber, Martha lones. 5-Brice Carpenter, Leland Snyder, Ernest 'W'interrnute, Harold Catt, Dale Bennett, Glenn Applegate, lohn Tait, Robert Ienkins, George Upson, Darrell lones, Carl Cooperrider, loseph Billow, George Hayden, Richard Day, Leo Garapedian, Edward Holrnok, Frederick Schaus, William Winn, Richard Mercer. lames Villars, Richard Parlett, Harold Main, William Kennedy, William Tumblin, James Flannigan, Russell Haycook, lunior lden, Gerald Barstow, Robert Heald, lames Swain, Charles Rolph, Robert Tiebout, Hayes King, William Eiiinger, Robert lones. Absent---Raymond Iohnson, Mary Ellen Kreager, Eileen Darling, Robert Baker, Virginia M. Smith, Ninety-Eight Mary Smith, mooseveft gymnastics Front row, left to right: Frances Glover, loan Biefnes, Earlene Russell, Dorothea Dodd, Norma Huffman, Patty Seiter, leanette lury, Carolyn 'W'olt, Virginia Fisher, Bernice Grant, Maxine Dold. Second row: Margaret Foos, Mary Selby, Margaret lnlow, Vera Atskoff, Ioan Iohns, Alice Tait, Coleen Iohnson, Carolyn Johnson, Dorothy Wintringharn. Third row: lune Eisle, lean Eisle, lean Darling, Shirley Hanaford, Betty Wilson. Fourth row: Beryl Ann Keckley, Frances Wright, Shirley Rector, Betty Braden, Grace Penick, Charlotte Kuhn, Nancy Matticks, Vivian Kendrick, Edwinna Baker, Peggy Dugan, Martha Edwards, Bonnie Harden, Betty XVolte, Betty Maidel, Marjorie Stough, Iacquelyn De Mar. The fall program for the girls' phys- ical education department is made up of rhythm study, folk dancing, and tumbling. A skilled group was chosen in each of these activities, a part of which are shown in the above picture. The Physical Education department conducts an extensixe tumbling pro- gram in the gymnasium Classes each fall. The culmination of this program is the annual "Gym Show". The boys in the picture below were selected from the seventh, eighth and ninth grades to perform as monkey shiners in this annual event. Front row left to right: Earl Baker, Dave Rankin. Boys in black: Ray Nourse, lim Swain, Harold Nourse. Third row on hands: Roy Negelep standing, Don Fisher. On knees: Marshal Hoy, Fred Schaus, Bill Winn, Bill Honenberger, Amos Radu, Bill Laymen, lim Derringer, Torn Nichols, Homer Pound, Pete Gomerdinger, George Dietz, Don Wilson. On hands: Ierald lohnson. Standing: Gerald Barstow. Fourth row: Russell Hall, Leo Garapedion, Bus lenking, Dan Grieser, Don Hess, loe VanAtta, Dale Bennett, Ed Holmak, Wendell Wilson. Fifth row: Charles Rolph, Iunior lden, Dick Parlett, lack Donaldson, Russell Haycock, Bill Tumblin. Sixth row: Burton Ridenour, Bill Citrone, lohn Anderegg. Ninety-Nine Woodrow wifson gunior High Sclloo X . me L. win One Hundred E. H. Heckelman Principal A. B., Ohio Wesleyan Graduate Work, Ohio State University lflyoocfrow Wilson ninth Qraale Row Row Row Row Row Row ln, Carol Porter, Margaret Ann Totten, luanita Duff, Helen Love, Linda Wells, Melva lane Vanderl-loven, Mary Elinor Steinbaugh, Dazie Ann Wells, Iune Myer, Anna Mae Kirk, Betty lean Kime, Norma Kistler, Marie Sissea, Betty Hina, Mary Vaiea, Betty Crane, Dorothy Frizzell, Martha McGaughey, Frances McVey, Grace Coyle, Martha Dietz, Iune Rinehart. 2fLouise Danese, lean Hotfer, Shirley Love, Ruth Harris, Geraldine Fredritz, Delores Ogle, Virginia Gutridge, Betty Parkison, Lillian McClain, Marjorie White, Betty Pendleton, Shirley lean Anderson, Erma Stiles, Helen Shide, Phyllis Airesman, Ruth Duff, Billie layne McAfee, Katherine Lavery, Martha King, Helen Weekley, Charlotte Hoffer. -Wayne Davis, Russel Wilkin, Charles Schwartz, Raymond Wheeler, Bert Roberts, Paul Messick, Charles Edmond Dar, Gene Bell, Melville Wohrley, Richard Williams, Bernard Coakley, lack Plook, Robert Snyder, Robert Wells, George Beckman, Frank Clay. -Betty lean Clark, Fannie Ellen Boyer, Marjorie Lucille Good, Virginia Anne Crego, Clarabelle Ross, Sara Davidson, Mary Ellen Abbott, Iuanita Kemp, Betty Harris, Norma Lee Iones, Lyndoll Clark, lean Davidson, Ella Mae Priest, Doris Fernow, Ruth Lallathin, Selma Lawrence. - -Robert Hallisy, Clarence Holman, Warren Settles, Edward Nedelcoff, Gene Rose, Robert Clay, Eugene Malloy, Richard Frankenbery, Carl Robertson, Lewis Connor, George Cavendish, Patrick lrish, Edward Chapman, Thomas Weiss, Paul Vermillion. Sflvan Snyder, William Humphrey, Vv'allace McElroy, Donald Shannon, Robert W. Hughes, lack Koerner, Lorenza Lea, Gilbert Reese, Thomas Hoy, George Brooks, Bill Slater, Albert Elliott, Robert E. Hughes, lohn Schnell, William Davis. One Hundred One lfwifsorfs Varsity Qasketoaff Glzampions Front row, left to right-Glen Frey, George Beckman, Clarence Holman, Frank Clay, Raymond Wheeler. Second row, left to right-Maxwell K. Douglas CCoachJ, William Gorsuch, Edgar Iohnson, Paul Messick, Kenton Campbell, Bert Roberts, Richard Frankenbery tManagerJ. The Woodrow Wilson Iunior High Varsity established a perfect record this season in Winning all their league games and to top it off they brought back the championship trophy ofthe Marietta Invitational lunior High Tournament. This makes the fourth time Wilson has been victorious at Marietta. To these boys who represent the school in their athletic endeavors is entrusted the responsibility of reflect- ing certain ideals, the basis of which is scholastic ability and good sports- manship. In the beginning they are made to realize that all games have One Hundred Two rules and they are to honor and re- spect them. Good physical condition is important for best performance. Every boy should do his best always and in every way keep faith with his comrades. lt is in their teaching to win modestly and to lose gracious- ly, to treat their opponents as friends and to play the game hard but clean: then last but not least, never give upw- to do their best until the final whistle! lf these boys will maintain these ideals and apply them to any walk of life they may choose, their future as citizens need cause no worry! CTlVITlEf Z Tl GM, Row l-Duane Myers, loo Richard, William Schenk, David Long, Eddie Anton, Floyd Armentrout, lean Woodyard, George Lascu. Row 2---Mr. C. E. Orr, Robert Mathews, Eugene Steinman, lames Montanaro, lames Glover, Keith Priest, Edward Allen, William Hall. Row 3-Robert Smith, Arthur Davis, Philip Christman, William Pryor, Clyde Shipp, Frederick Tiemann, Richard Shell, Ernest Busby, lames Good. The N Club is composed of boys in Newark High School that have won varsity letters in the major sports, such as cross-country, football, bas- ketball, and track. The objective of the N Club is to promote clean sports- manship in athletic activities. This year the N Club revised its constitution and became a "going concern" again. lts meetings consist of sports quizzes, moving pictures, and President ,.c......,c Vice-President .,.., Secretary ,.,..,,,.. Treasurer ,,,.crrr...... Faculty Adviser ...,.,, One Hundred Four anything of general interest to athletic- minded boys. lts activities are manifold. The boys usher and pass out programs at sporting events, help officials with the track meets, and award a medal to the senior who, in their opinion, has contributed the most to the high school athletics. Last year Paul Adams Won the award. Edward Allen Arthur Davis William Hull Richard Shell Mr. C. E. Orr r 1 Qiral Lett to Right-Miss Dorothy Bline, lnstructorg Ben Goldberg, Oran Lane, Myrtle Williams, Norton Suter, Leonard Tipton, Ethel Wilkin, Kathrine Feldner, Elizabeth Hankinson, Marjorie Ford, Harold Steele, Grace Walters, Dorothy Carpenter, Thelma Esworthy, Beatrice Amos, Mary Martha Hackney. Members Not in Picture-Dorothy Be-about, Gerald Bonham, Virginia Bowers, Hilda Duffill, Robert MacNealy, Betty Noblick, Austin Piel, Marjorie Prince, Wilma Snelling. The Bird Club, composed of 25 members, has met regularly every two weeks even during the construction of the new building. This club meets ev- ery other Monday evening at 7:30 in the gymnasium building. The objectives of the club are to promote sincere interest in the out-ot- doors and nature, generally with spe- cial attention given to birds and the place they occupy in the animal king- dom, to increase the knowledge oi the principles of conservation: and to pro- mote tellowship and good feeling among students of similar interests. President ..,...,...,,, Vice-President ......a Secretary ,a,.,..... Treasurer .,,..,. Historian ,,,., Adviser ,..... Miss Dorothy Bline The meetings for the coming year are planned at the beginning ot the season by a committee chosen by the club. This program is presented to the members in a yearbook which also contains the projects of the year. Some of these projects are individual Win- ter feeding stations, Licking County Spring Census, which takes place around May l5, a Bulletin Display, and many interesting hikes. T Mary Hackney Beatrice Amos Oran Lane Austin Peel Harold Steele One Hundred Five cgjenlor ga- U- Lglpha Glzapzfer The Alpha Chapter of the Senior Hi-Y meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. The pro- grams for the :neetings ot the club consisted of talks by guest speakers and members, and of educational movies. The Alpha Hi-Y held a joint meeting with the G-Y at which eti- guette was discussed. Later the two clubs held a dinner party at Hull Place. The Alpha Hi-Y ended the year with its annual Father-Son ban- guet. President .........,... ........... D avid Long Vice-President ..,,.., ,,.,,. T homas Walcutt Secretary ......... ........, W illiam Schenk Treasurer ..........,....... ......i....... I ean Woodyard Faculty Adviser ......... ....i.. M r. B. W. Dornbirer Y. M. C. A. Adviser ...... ..i... M r. Ralph G. Smith This year, as always, the Hi-Y played an important part in the social lite of the school. The l-li-Y sponsored Friendship Week as well as the Friendship dance. The Hi-Y with the other Y clubs sponsored the dance for the benefit ot the lntantile Paralysis Fund. The Alpha Hi-Y had a busy athletic schedule this year. One meeting a month was given to the sports com- mittee. The club played and defeated the Coshocton and the lohnstown Hi-Y clubs. The traditional formal dance con- cluded the year for the Alpha Hi-Y. Row l-Delmar Handley, Paul Martindale, Richard Dugan, Malcolm ldleman, Keith Cummins, William Richardson, lames Rutledge, Robert Fulke, Thomas Massalas, Richard Rusk. Row Z-Ellsworth Smith, Ioseph Richard, William Schenk, David Long, Thomas Walcutt, lean Woodyard, Robert Mathews, Darwin lohnson, Wayne Martin, Alan Burton. Row 3-loseph McLean, William Lathes, Clyde Shipp, Herbert Swern, Earl Walker, Edward Allen, Eugene Snelling, Marion Curp, Robert Mills, Eugene Steinman, George Shinn, William lones, Iames Sachs, George Lascu, William Tracey, Mr. R. G. Smith. Row 4AWilliam Steinman, Gordon Crow, Frank Rizzo, Robert Bazler, Kenneth Penick, Robert Baughman, lack Pease, Ervin Scott, Leonard Clutter, Richard Pierce, lames Buck. One Hundred Six Csjenior gif- U- Qeta Gllapfer ' ,.., Woodrow Frizell President ....o.....V -- Secretary ,...,.... ..V, Treasurer .,,....,o .... Vrr. Faculty Adviser ...Y,,,.,, ' . Mr. William Yates Y. M. C. A. Adv1ser ...... .... The Beta chapter of the Senior Hi-Y was organized in November, l939. The Beta chapter, although one of the newest organizations in the school, has been very active. The Beta-Hi-Y meets every Thurs- day evening at 7:30 in the Y.M.C.A. The programs for the meetings consist- ed of talks given by members, by Cor- poral Spence of the State Highway Patrol, and by Dick O'Neill from Owens-Corning, a swimming partyg and educational movies sponsored by Vice-President ..... ...W l CIIHGS MOHTGHCUO Robert MacDonald Frank Borroway Mr. Edgar Sherman the Y. M. C. A. Basketball games were played with Coshocton and the Alpha Hi-Y. The Beta Hi-Y held several sport dances for the school. The Betas helped sponsor the dance for the In- tantile Paralysis Fund. Skating par- ties were held for the members and their escorts. The Beta chapter concluded their year's program with a dance for the Hi-Y clubs. Row lfCharles Kline, Robert lnqold, Robert Harvey, Lester Hallisy, Donald Bailey, Patrick Giblin, Paul Zeiher, lohn McMurtry, Owen Heatwole. Row 2-Mr. Edgar Sherman, Ralph Brooks, Warren Shaw, Frank Borroway, lames Montanaro, Woodrow Frizzell, Robert McDonald, Arthur Davis, Daniel Litten. Row 3-Marvin Crouse, Lewis Swanbeck, Gerald Bonham, William Horton, Paul Morgan, Harrod Cole, lames Miller, Austin Peel, Russell Sarnpoul, Raymond Pound, Robert Carlyle, Kenneth Wright, Mr. R. G. Smith. Row 4--V Russell Baker, Richard Brunner, Thomas Evans, Duane Myers, Hugh lloupt, Robert Dumm, Robert Marriott, Robert Dorman, Dale Chaney, Carl Miller. Not in the Picture-Iames Brown, William Prior. One Hundred Seven CS-jOpllOfl7,0I'8 gill Z! Row l-Ned Dudgeon, Iames Francis, Eugene Moore, Iames Schaller, William Sergeant, Gus Hess, Iames Cooper, Angel Athan, Iames Wolfe, Iames Branscome, Howard Crouch. Row 2-Mr. C. P. Smith, Wilbur Mitchell, Elmer Muncachy, Howard Miller, Henry Hook, Franklin Keyes, Frederick Ryan, Eugene Ewing, Iayson Yost, Iohn Hazlett, Rod Callancler, Mr. I. Dush. Row 3fWilliam Hynes, Vtfilliam Hall, Terry Iury, lames Cury, George Ralph, Albert Workman, Iohn Cramer, Iames Gerber, Donald Shields, Iohn Priest, Dwight Snelling, Eugene Roof. Not in PictureeGerald Christman, Raymond George, Iohn Gilbert, Charles Nye, Iohn Starrett. The Sophomore Hi-Y club meets ev- ery Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. The programs for the meetings consisted ot talks by At- torney Charles Flory and a speaker sponsored by the Rotary club, and talks by the members themselves on scholarship, sports, and the mounds oi Newark. Trips were taken through the local Pharis and Owens-Corning factories. Educational movies, spon- sored by the Y. M. C. A., were shown once a month. President ..,,,...... Secretary .......... One Hundred Eight Vice-President ...... ........ Treasurer .............. ..... Faculty Adviser .......... ...,. M r. C. P. Smith Y. M. C. A. Adviser ...... The Sophomore Hi-Y enthusiastical- ly supported the dance for the Intan- tile Paralysis Fund. The group held several dances throughout the year including the April l dance and the annual dance at the end of the year. The sports committee handled several of the meetings during the year. A swimming party was held in April. The excellent attendance and inter- est in the club accounted for the carry- ing out oi the prgoram for the year, and the furthering ot the Hi-Y principle "higher standards of Christian char- acter." Gus Hess Iames Cooper .....,.William Sergeant Angel Athan Mr. Ray Rice Qicycfe Row 1---Franklin Hanby, lames Miller, Dick Brunner, Raymond Pound, Donald l-lartshorn, William Hall, lohn Hazlett, Norton Suter. Bow 2--Betty Francis, Charlotte Myer, Clara Lou Swain, Virginia Maier, Elizabeth Flannigan, lean Besanceney, Betty Logan, Valois Lomas, Mable Bicker, Iune Roach, Grace Walters. Bow 3---Margaret Mike, Mildred Morrow, Dorothy Deck, Grace Adams, Martha Lehman, Marjorie Stage, lane Camlin, Virginia Scarbrough, Ruth Ann lames, Mariann Buckingham, Annette Upson, Maxene Dodd. Row 4- 'Margaret lde, Dorothy Beabout, Ervin Scott, Richard Rohan, Harrod Cole. The Bicycle Club is one of the clubs most recently formed by the students. lt is an organization for the benefit of those students who own and ride bicycles to school, and the object is to promote safety for students. Three committees were appointed, one to draw up a constitution for the club, in which the purpose and plans of the club are stated, another to make rules and regulations for the members to observe, and a third to provide for the safety of the students while riding bicycles. During the past year, regu- lar meetings of the club were rendered impossible because of the irregular schedule. However, in the future, it is the purpose of the club to form a useful organization and make it pos- sible for the members to take bicycle trips and to cooperate with other sim- ilar clubs throughout the state. A ff? im I -1,21 if 'T ' U Fails? 1gI,,2:z"x 51 .. xg, A 1- ,QTW xv, . 4 gif L' A MY 'til Y at 'NK ,,,,..H President ............. .,.. A nnette Upson fm Vice-President .............. .... W illiam Harris ...Q-,M lm F Secretary-Treasurer ....... ......... B etty Logan Sq ik Faculty Adviser .......... ..... M r. Frew Boyd 'W Q mlm' f twat I 1 t t .... ,. .... H A' ' l , my ..... , -W , , .N ,..,.. V . I, - J , -' .. . , .' "ig, , 1' ' .... .. -.i. .. ,., . A. ' 'B 'Z-f i 4- s I eg-fig.. - 5, gg. 7-ff. J' . ig, 5 .- One Hundred Nine Cbeba te N. l Faculty Adviser Two girls, discussing both the af- firmative and the negative side, tak- ing first place in the district, advanc- ing to the quarter-iinals in the state tournament, and winning eight out of nine starts,-that is the record made this year by Marian Andrews, a senior, and Marjorie Walt, a junior, as they debated the question: Re- solved, That the Federal Government should own and operate the Railroads. The debate class of 1939-40 was the largest in several years. F or this rea- son, second and third teams were or- .. Mr. C. P. Smith ganized and taken on trips with the regular teams. The local debaters participated in tournaments held in Columbus and at Wooster. Here they met teams from Painesville, Columbus East, Doylestown, Dayton Fairmont, Canton McKinley, Cleveland Shaw, Kent, Ashley, Orrville, New Philadel- phia, Bellaire, Marion Harding and East Palestine. Practice debates were held also with Mansfield, Canal Win- chester and Zanesville. ln the'Ohio State Speech League the local school was assigned to District One, consisting of Circleville, Colum- bus East, Springtield, Columbus West, Washington C. H. and Newark. Here Newark had a perfect record and re- ceived the district trophy. In the inter-district tournament held in Columbus, March 29 and 30, the local team defeated Wooster, Shelby and Canton McKinley, drew a bye in round four, and were eliminated from competition in the quarter-finals. Seated-Elaine Horwitz, Garnett Miller, Marian Andrews, Marjorie Walt, Henry Hook, Mary Lee Hathaway. Standing-Bonnie lean Courtwright, lune Christofierson, Oscar Horst, William Hall, Gus Hess, Marylin Binger, Mr. C. P. Smith, Cecil Meharry, Ruth Kistler, Martha Layman, Mary Hull. Member Not in Pictureiftuth Anderegg. One Hundred Ten F Tnimeograplz Staff Faculty Advisor ...... . . M rs. Dorothy Robb The mimeograph staff this year is made up of fifteen senior girls. The girls are selected for the rnimeograph staff according to their excellent typ- ing ability and high scholastic record. An important part of the activities of this department is its work with the lournalism Class in preparing the Weekly newspaper. First the lournal- ism- Class writes and types the ar- ticles. Then they are sent to the mim- eograph department which cuts the stencils, mimeographs the material, and folds it for distribution. The mim- eograph staff also does a large amount of work for the teachers, the office, and school clubs. Among the material which this staff has printed this year are the fol- lowing: booklets for the Home Eco- nomics department, tests for teachers, programs for special chapel meetings, and song sheets for the Christmas program. Row l-Evelyn Frcmkenberry, Laverne Smith, Mariann Buckingham, leanne Allen, Betty Rubel, Gene Cassell. Row 2-Catherine Stiff, Ioann Schofield, Marybelle McKnight, Dorothy Beabout, Edith Hare, Helen Rickrick, Marjorie Carpenter. Not in Picture-Elma Smith, Henrietta Mencer. One Hundred Eleven QQ,-rf! lames Buck, Helen Vermilion, Donald H man, Sadie Garapedian, lean Holcomb, Sidney Davis, Mr. Dwight Campbell, No Seated-- oskinson, Robert Harvey, lason Yost, Ianet Christ- George Pigg, Kathleen Stradley, Robert Winters, rrnan Stradley, Marshall Freeman, Richard Lange, Carl Tate, Robert Pfeffer, Helen Criss, Paul Zeiher, Iames Brown, Gene Stevens, Fred Wise. Standing--Wayne Martin, Eleanor Moore, Hilda Iris Forster, Iune Watson, lames High Robert Smith, Viola Smith, Elizabeth M The Newark High School Band is one of the most important organiza- tions in the school. New red and white military uniforms were acquired this year, which were displayed to advantage on the football field. At basketball games, music was fur- nished by instrumental ensembles. The band represented Newark High School on the Ohio Schools program Band Director ...... One Hundred Twelve Duffil, Richard Rohan, Donivan Hall, Eva Kelley, tshoe, Robert Wise, George Holcomb, lohn Utts, ackey. broadcast over radio station W.O.S.U. in Columbus. On April ll, the Newark High Band gave a concert in order to show the public what a music group in Newark High School has accomplished. The concert was given in the form of a radio broadcast using the public ad- dress system. Included in the program were such compositions as "Corona- tion March" by Meyerbeer, a "Ga- votte" by Gluck, Bach's "Komm, Sus- ser Tod", a Tschaikowsky medley, and a composition by Frank Simon. Mr. Dwight Campbell was appoint- ed band director this year. l-le has studied professionally all of the in- struments of the band. This Work was taken from members of the Cincinnati Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Frank Sirnon's Armco Band, with Professor C. W. Ionseen, and Professor Deforest lngerham of Ohio University. The snapshot is of William Miller, band manager. Mr. Dwight Campbell meal GIOSS GOUIYCJ 1 3 5 S F 5 S JE E E 2 A 5 i Row l-Dorothy Carpenter, lean Baird, Elaine Horwitz, Suzanne Goodwin. Row 2-Miss Nell Smith, Shirley Spencer, Mariann Buckingham, William Hall. Row 3-Marion Curp, William Berson, George Holcomb, lames Francis. The lunior Red Cross annual drive for membership was held from No- vember ll to November l9, l939. Ev- ery student who contributed two cents was considered a member oi the lo- cal organization. The money which was collected was used for Red Cross purposes and for the privilege of read- ing the monthly magazine, Iunior Red Cross Iournal. Formerly members ot the Council were selected from the various home Faculty Adviser .....,i ..,, M iss Nell Smith rooms. This year, because of the construction oi the new high school building, home rooms were discon- tinuedp Consequently, the members were selected by the class presidents. The council aims to develop a better understanding of other nations, in- crease the spirit oi service and coop- eration, and follow as much as pos- sible the suggestions of the Licking County Red Cross. One Hundred Thirteen Jqnnuaf-kgournafism Staffs i The journalism class edits a regular Weekly newspaper which includes ed- itorials, fun column, accounts of sports, and articles on various other activities of the high school. This pa- per is printed by the mimeograph staff and is distributed to the subscribers regularly with special issues at vari- ous times throughout the year: such as, the Christmas issue, and senior issue. Aside from editing this weekly paper, the class studies a standard textbook, and reads the New York Times for a study of vocabulary, cur- REVEILLE NEWS Editor-in-Chief i.ti..i,.,..,,,,,,,..,..,..i.. ,..,.i,, A rthur Armstrong Associate Editor ,,.....ii..,.,..,,.iic.ii,,.....i,v..,i..ii, Betty Duncan REVEILLE ANNUAL Editor-in-Chief ,..,....,,.,,,,..............,. i,......, ,,,. F r ed Tiemann Art Editor .,..c..... i,,. S uzanne Goodwin rent events, and the essentials of newspaper work. An informal record of the events and achievements of the student body and the administration is reflect- ed and interpreted to the community by the Reveille Annual, The opinions, activities, and characteristics of the high school students and of the town itself are incorporated through articles and photographs. This work gives students an opportunity for the ex- pression of talent and initiative as the staff strives for life, reader interest, and individuality in their book. To Mr. Iohn S. Lorr, Mr. W. A. Whitehead, and their respective classes, the staff wishes to extend its sincere appreciation for their work in the art sections of the Beveille Annual. First Row-Lett to Right-lean Besanceney, Clara Lou Swain, Betty Cunningham, Ann Hawkins, Xenia Athan, Bette Duncan, Virginia Scarbough, Virginia Belt, Garnett Miller, Betty Bozmcm. Row 2-Betty lden, Margaret Bower, Marybelle McKnight, Elaine Horwitz, Annette Upson, Marjorie Walt, Dorothy Beabout, Dorothy Blamer, Anne Davis, Suzanne Goodwin, Geraldine Minor, Patti Burkham, Marjorie Carpenter, Beatrice Belt. Row 3-Robert Van Winkle, William Richardson, Arthur Armstrong, William Berson, Frederick Tiemann, Ellsworth Smith, William Warthen, Woodrow Frizzel, George Shinn, lames Sachs. One Hundred Fourteen College Club President .....,........ .,.. F red Tiemann Vice-President ,,..... ..... M arion Curp Secretary .,....AA.. .....A. I erry Hess Treasurer ,... A.Ys A nne Davis The College Club, which was or- ganized this year for students inter- ested in attending college, meetsrev- ery two weeks and has thirty-three members. The object of the College Club is to obtain information about the vari- ous colleges and universities, their location and size and what financial aids they might have to offer. Club programs consist of talks concerning colleges given by members or field secretaries from their respective col- leges. A committee, appointed by the president, sent to the colleges that the members were interested in and ob- tained information about the courses offered, the size of the school, and the approximate cost a year. The dues collected are used to buy stamps and stationery with which to carry on the necessary correspondence. Row l-Left to RightABessie Stamas, Marjorie Rankin, Suzanne Goodwin, Martha Rankin, lean Hazlett, Anne Davis, Sylvia Smith, Betty Bozrnan, Marybeth Mix, Betty Duncan. Row 2eLeft to RightfMildred Ruifner, Ellen Levin, lean Williams, Helen Anast, Xenia Athan, Shirley Swigart, Ann Hawkins, Virginia Eckert, Garnett Miller, Janice Clay, Virginia Belt. Row 3-Left to Right-Marian Andrews, Elaine Campbell, lames Sachs, Ellsworth Smith, -Fred Tiemann, William Berson, Herman Fischer, Darwin Iohnson, Virginia Scarbrough, lane Camlin, lerry Hess, Members Not in Picture-Norma Cougill, William Horton, David Long, Eugene Snelling, Marion Curp, Fred Wise. One Hundred Fifteen Qirfs' .grclnery Left to Right-Carol Binger, Betty Logan, Marybeth Mix, Betty Duncan, Iane Camlin, lean Williams, Martha Rankin, Marjorie Rankin, Suzanne Goodwin, Miss Florence Myer. The Girls' Archery Club meets ev- ery Monday evening at the Y. M. C. A. The group consists of nine senior and ,inior girls. Each member made her own arrows under the supervision of Miss Florence Myer, the faculty ad- viser, and Mr. Ralph Smith of the Y. M. C. A. The meetings are spent in target practice and in learning the art of archery. President .... One Hundred Sixteen The aim of the club is to promote good sportsmanship and to train the members in the art of shooting. Be- cause it is a recreational sport, arch- ery has demonstrated its possibility of being carried into later lite as an interesting hobby. lt has thus proved to be both entertaining and beneficial. lean Williams Secretary ....,. ..... B etty Duncan Treasurer .,.......,..... ................ I ane Carnlin Faculty Adviser ...... .... M iss Florence Myer Qirfs' mzyqe Seated-Evelyn Franke-nberry, Virginia Scarbrough, Betty Bozman, janet Nye. Standing-Gloria Price, Mariann Buckingham, lean Yarger, loan Myer, leanne Allen, Miss Mar- garet Lamb, Margaret Lee Wolfe. Not in Picture-Geraldine Hess, For three years the school has main- tained a Girls' Rifle Club. This is the first year that Miss Margaret Lamb has been the faculty adviser. The purpose of the club is twofold: first, to promote sportsmanship and, second, to develop skill in the han- dling of rifles. This group of senior and junior girls assembles at the Y. M. C. A. every Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock. This year the girls held one meet with an invitational group of boys. The club is limited to ten girls for membership. Of these, there must be at least one junior. The graduating seniors will be replaced by senior and junior girls. To be eligible for mem- bership each girl will be required to have access to her own rifle. A meet is held and the low scorers are elim- inated. ln this manner it is easier to determine those for membership. At the end of the year a party was held for the members and their guests. President ...,............,.. ...... I eanne Allen Secretary-Treasurer ..... .. ,............ Geraldine Hess Adviser ,............,........ ...... M iss Margaret Lamb One Hundred Seventeen Quslness staff The special duty of the business staii is the soliciting of advertisements for the Reveille Annual. The staii or- ganizes early in the year and begins its work. Each member chooses a certain advertiser and interviews him accordingly. The members of the business staff gain invaluable experience and busi- ness training through contact with the business men oi Newark, and they learn how to get what they go after Business Manager ..,. ., ,oc., Charles Robert Hill Assistant Manager ,,..,,. . .,o..,.V..w Charles Edgar Bell Faculty Adviser c..... .V.. M r. George Stoeckmann in a business-like manner. The de- velopment oi poise and ease in mak- ing contacts is one phase oi the train- ing received irom this work. This is a great asset to a student in any tu- ture work in which he may be en- gaged. Moreover, the success oi the Annual depends, to a great extent, upon the work of the staff, as it is the members ot this staff that obtain the advertise- ments on which the book depends. Row lfCharles Bell, William Hall, Robert Hill, Herman Fischer, Henry Drumm. Row 2-lean Besanceney, Betty Ford, Mary Martha Hackney, lean Williams, Gloria Price, Maxene Dodd, Ruth Andere-QQ, lune Christotferson. Row 3-Eileen Lallathan, Annette Upson, Betty Cunningham, Kathleen Weekly, Beulah Harris, Ida McDonald, Esther Sherman, Mr. Stoeckmann. Not in Picture-Betty Lawrence, Mary Lou Naylor. One Hundred Eighteen . l CSjG!QSITLCLflSlLip Sales Manager Football Season .a7Y.w, Mary Hackney Sales Manager Basketball Season ..,..... Phyllis Holland Assistant ,,,l,..,,,,,Y,.,,,....,.,,,,,.....,,,V..,,...... ....... V ioletta Cramer Faculty Adviser ,,7,, ,,,,,,. M r. B. W. Dornbirer The purposes of the Sales Organi- zation are to accommodate patrons of school events by having refreshments available and to provide interested pupils with the opportunity to practice selling and merchandising. More than forty students have worked at one or more games this season. This year, for the first time, the salesmen have Worn White jacket uniforms. ln addition to these the or- ganization furnished red containers for the salesmen's merchandise. All the positions were filled by juniors and sophomores during the latter half of the basketball season and during the track season in order to insure an ex- perienced sales team for the fall of l94O. The proceeds of the club are do- nated to the general needs of the school and have in the past benefited all in a great many Ways. So far this year the organization has con- tributed to the infantile Paralysis fund, has financed the students' trip to W. O. S. U. for the All School Broad- cast, has paid the North Central As- sociation dues, has bought tests, and underwritten the debate team. Row lfBeulah Harris, Dorothy Goodin, Ruth Fields, Violetta Cramer, Mary Martha Hackney, Betty Noblick, Gene Cassell, Elizabeth Matis. Row 2-Mr. B. W. Dornbirer, Eugene Cooperrider, Albert Francis, Robert Milligan, Austin Peel, Henry Drumm, William lones, Raymond Pound. One Hundred Nineteen Qrchestra Row lfThomas Walcutt, Dwight Campbell, Marjorie Porter, George Pigg, Sadie Garapeclian, Mr. Sam Gelfer, Robert Smith, Carl Tate, Richard Williams, Edwin Weiant, Wayne Martin. Row 27'-Wiley Townsend, Jason Yost, Iuanita Iones, Marshal Freeman, Fred Wise, George Holcombe. Row 3-William Townsend, Kathleen Stradley, Helen Vermillion, Donald Barber, Iames Buck, Robert Wise. Member of Orchestra Not in Picture-lean Holcombe. This year the orchestra celebrates its thirtieth anniversary. lt was or- ganized in i9lO by Mr. T. R. Neilson. Mr. C. W. Klopp was then appointed director. In l928 Mr. Gelter assumed the responsibility and is acting in that capacity at present. The members convene twice a week in the auditorium. Robert Smith Faculty Adviser i..... One Hundred Twenty is concert master. Three members ot the orchestra were selected this year tor the Licking County Philharmonic Society. They were Robert Smith, Edmund Weiant, and Wayne Martin. The orchestra played at several P. T. A. meetings and plans to present a special musical program for as- sembly. Mr. Sam Gelter Qbramatic ,-tw gywgwr, vm gg, mfmwgry, .www Wwehwz ' M 3' Row l4Eugene Moore, Wilbur Mitchell, Thomas Walcutt, Carl Tate, David Long, lack Hayes, jim Francis, Harlene Cotterman. Row 2-Virginia Eckert, Eloise Cooper, Norma Cougill, Ierry Hess, Anne Davis, Bette Duncan, Suzanne Goodwin, lean Williams, Betty Logan, Ellen Levin, Betty Ford, Dorothy Spitzer, lean Brush. Row 3-loan Taylor, Sadie Garapedian, jessica Morrison, Eleanor Moore, Doris Howes, lean McCracken, Shirley Spencer, Ruth Layman, Mary lane Steele, Annette Upson, Clara Lou Swain, Ianet Chrisman, Miss Esther Larr. Row 4-Patricia Bauman, Margery Price, Betty Francis, Marjorie Stage, lane McDaniel, Iane Alexander, lean Cochran, Betty Mercer, Marjorie Walt, Ruth Clem, Marjorie Walters, Elaine Horwitz, Constance Vaiea, Florence Steele, lean Besanceney, Elizabeth Shannon. Not in Picture-Ellsworth Smith, Thomas Flannigan, Herman Fischer, Clyde Shipp, Robert Fulk. The Dramatic Club was limited to two meetings this year because of the use of the stage as a classroom. In the middle of the year tryouts were held to select next year's members, and because oi the omission of the tryouts ot the preceding year, twice President .........,.. ...... Vice-President .,.,. Secretary r.... ....... Treasurer ...,..........,. Sergeant-at-arms ,r.... Sergeant-at-arms .... .. Adviser .....r............ as many sophomores and juniors were admitted to the club. At Christmas time this year the club presented a play in chapel, "Peace on Earth." The club also participated in the one-act play contest in the Ohio High School Speech League giving the play, "Good Medicine." Suzanne Goodwin Anne Davis Betty Duncan Carl Tate lean Allen ......Iean Williams Miss Esther Larr One Hundred Twenty-One Q-U Row lfIoann Schofield, Ioan Myer, Ieanne Allen, Iean Williams, Betty Duncan, Iean Yarqer, Laverne Smith, Betty Lawrence. Row 2-Virginia Belt, Elaine Campbell, Ianice Clay, Eloise Cooper, Marybelle McKnight, Ann Morgan, Marian Andrews, Garnett Miller, Ianet Nye, Elizabeth McElwain. Row 3-Anne Davis, Betty Bozman, Shirley Swigart, Ann Hawkins, Ruth LeHew, Gloria Price, Dorothy Iohnson, Betty Logan, Suzanne Goodwin. President ...,.,.,..,.,..,.....................,.CW....,...,...,,.r,........ r,,... I oann Schofield Vice-President ..... ...,.... I ean Yarqer Secretary .......r... r,.,....,, L averne Smith Treasurer, ....,,.,.,.,,, .,i,, L ,..,,, .,,,... I o an Myer Faculty Adviser ,v,c,ccc,,,r,r.,.,....... L......,,...,,,c,.c,,,....cc........ ,,,c,,,cc. M i ss Marqaret Lamb Row lvlfrancis Eddy, Elizabeth Mackey, Ruth Clem, Eva Mae Atherton, lris Forster, Marian Buckingham, Esther Sherman, Clara Lou Swain, Beatrice Belt. Row 2fMarjorie Carpenter, Mae Hankey, Mcrjorie Weston, Mary Beth Mix, Ellen Levin, Ierry Hess, Iean Hazlett, Nyla Boss, Helen Hickey, Yvonne Randolxhe, Betty McCloslcy. Row 3VElaine Horwitz, Marjorie Walters, Betty lden, Marjorie Stage, Mildred Shepherd, Iean Reid, Marjorie Walt, Annette Upson, Carol Binqer, Margaret Bower, Iean Besanceney. One Hundred Twenty-Two Qirf .meserves Row l-Miss Pauline McCreary, lean Brush, Marjorie Carpenter, Eloise Cooper, Virginia Belt, lean Cochron, Grace Adams, Elaine Campbell, Kathryn Kelley, Ann Hawkins, lean Reid, Miss Mildred Hawke, Miss Florence Boyd. Row Z-luanita Higgins, Beatrice Belt, Katherine Feldner, Ruth Burrier, Doris Howes, Margaret Frye, lean McCracken, Thelma Hall, Mildred Rutfner, Elizabeth Flannigan, lane McDaniel, Marjorie Stage, Mildred Sheppard, Mabel Becker, Ruth Ann james, Ednamae Boggs, Claire Amspoker, lanice Clay, Ann Sprowls. Row 3--,Betty Rubel, lane Alexander, Myrtle Williams, Grace Walters, Mary Zipperer, Dorthea Hartman, Geraldine Cates, Ann Driscoll, Violetta Cramer, Betty Cunningham, Ruth Moor- man, Dorothy Deck, Clara Lou Swain, Avonne Kramer, Betty Mercer, Marian Myers, Kathryn Holton. President .,.,,...... ...,., E laine Campbell Vice-President .... ..... G race Adams Secretary ......,.,.. ...., ,..... I e an Cochran Treasurer .............,. .,rr,.,..,..,.,. K athryn Kelley Faculty Adviser ...... or... M iss Mildred Hawke Faculty Adviser .,,,,, ,.,. ,,.,. M i ss Florence Boyd Faculty Adviser ..,,,, o ,.., Miss Pauline McCreary Faculty Adviser ,,rr... ,...,,.,,,,.,.., M iss Esther Larr Row l-Betty Ayers, Evenes Stanley, Marjorie Glass, lean Root, Charlotte Myers, Betty Hook, Margaret Wolfe, Maxine Rickus, Elizabeth Mackey, lris Forster, Helen LeHew, Iacquelin Woolard, lustine Woolard. Row 2-lean Hayes, Bonnie Hartman, Mary Io Greenley, Dorothy Beeney, Carolyn Kuppinger, Wilma Smith, Mary Good, Betty johnson, Leontine Rease, Mildred Cates, Iennie Harris, Annabelle Elliot, Martha Priest, Betty Thompson, Pauline Boggs, Margaret Hobbs, Jeanette Welsh. Row 3-Mary Hull, Carol Litten, lane England, Shirley Flannigan, Vonda Bachelor, Kathryn Loos, Marie Atskotf, Marilyn Binger, loanna Nehls, Barbara Rothstein, Virginia Scott, Thelma Cotterman, Iune Roach, Beatrice Levingston, Mary Shaw, Maxine Stephens, lvadel Schisler, Patricia Belt. -, K it l , . pa ru-. One Hundred Twenty-Three, :peace on gartlz " Lett to Right-lean Brush, Mrs. Robertson: Carl Tate, Wan Ling, leanne Allen, Kyota Nikko, Norma Cougill, Nancy Robertson: Anne Davis, Aunt Sarah, Garnett Miller, Lusita Fernandez, Ierry Hess, Johanna Schiller. Back Row-Ellsworth Smith, Tommy Robertson, Bette Duncan, Marcella Maurice, lean Williams, Marilyn Robertson: Betty Logan, Roberta Iefferson. The Dramatic Club members, under the direction of Miss Esther Larr, pre- sented the one-act play, "Peace on Earth," for the Christmas chapel pro- gram. The theme, which was peace on earth, was much in keeping with the present day situation. A group of college students, refugees from One Hundred Twenty-Four Germany, France, Iapan, Spain, as Well as a guest from Louisiana, were visiting their friend, Marilyn Robert- son, during Christmas vacation. Through a discussion by the visitors of the habits and customs of their re- spective countries a feeling of friend- liness towards all was emphasized. IURT X i i SQ- y' CIC A ,jk Q + A NM 'Q ,nb A QF Nw - 53, 1 gb n 5 QQ!!! S ' XXQNW' J, r N WA 324 s X! M Q gfgpfslr , W, 4 f ga f k k f W ' 9 QR A KW J SMSXQRKN. - W 1 i 5 One Hundred Twenty-Six .Ztlzfetic Hides Seated-Mr. Long, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Orr. Standing-Mr. Millisor, Mr. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Sherman, Mr. I-lanshue. ATHLETIC BOARD The athletic board, made up ot members of the faculty under the di- rection ot Mr. Orr, every year con- trols athletics by supervising sched- ules, awarding letters, and promoting better athletic relations with other schools. Also the board controls all money pertaining to athletics. Row l- Mr. Ebert Drumrn, Mr. George Hunter, Mr. BOOSTERS CLUB The Newark High School Boosters Club is an organizationwith the pur- pose of bettering athletic conditions in Newark High School. Its members are prominent Newark business men and loyal Newark High School supporters. The Boosters Club helped in the pro- moting and building of the new sta- dium at White's Athletic Field. Wayne Smith. Row 2-Mr. Charles Starrett, Mr. Harry Woltjen, Mr. l. Oscar Iuch, Mr. Homer Dupler, Mr. W. B. Winn. One Hundred Twenty Seven , IQ, ' A AQQXXYLX 'AUS 'Win 9-Xi XXYQNQ etkxo QX maui Xu pvmzxhc X1 SWE We 9 ' 'Cuff 'SEWP1 , ES impt me im even btea iirst gud views: ox on We wi QXXQ xv . X62-Y mkght. ' ' Xxa B Ek xv KM 'Q Lxxtbei' XX ed 'On Y Chiix the 'Sie cracked Une wise I ifmm Khet NQNVQYK year. 'Uwe 061 I ,fa po OK' Q74 S9 QYQVYY Ckwgy ' Q if Mm 'Qu at , sou ay H smlifxg M Q23-4 SAQXQX '91 fx.. inths KN-Q he I EM viiff A 620 X5'.S3"R.'5 SQXBS' oxgiq Xe gxeiw 9 , 0 Keg' Qui 9 9 6 0 40 ' seiilyfri Q95 V - 1 . A ka, ff, . JK-if if -Q i ws. 4' 1? ,xv W 'Q N fi Nh 45531 L 47 A 4 MZ S9 f ', f ,f 3 2 f ff I ' Jn W- , 7 , fffff i 1 ,'W'f?4 , Q 'ffl f ww. 'iw K x- 1?"'-A ,gp Sf Q W wan A SUM f. S My .wh P , 5:4 . , 1,71 G , 51,5 HM ,ie V ,Y ' QW Q , 1:25. K3 gs.. f,m.,E1.. A W N ZL5 Q 5+f?'?f fv Sign 5 gfansfzue 's proaligies Row 1-George Lascu tManagerJ, Max Davidson, lean Woodyard, Robert Smith, James Montanaro, David Long, Edwin Anton, Clyde Shipp, George Bibart, Eugene Steinman, Mr. Luther Hanshue. Row 2-Lawrence Hunter, Gerald Christman, Sherman Green, William Bickel, Keith Priest, Edward Allen, Paul Martindale, William Schenk, Charles Pope, Robert Wintermute, Mr. Leonard Wilhelm. Row 34Frederick Tiemann, Iames Cooper, Arnold Stasel, William Sergeant, Dale Vermillion, Daniel Litten, Richard Shell, Paul Queen, William Wright, Mr. Edgar Sherman. After a very difficult schedule the Newark Wildcats finished their foot- ball season with a record of four wins and five losses. They lost the open- ing game to Columbus West, but came back to defeat Mt. Vernon in a game played on the latter's field. Then followed two consecutive losses to Chillicothe and Zanesville. The fol- lowing week the l94O squad had the distinction of being the first Newark VARSITY SCORES - Newark U ,.,,....,.,. Newark 12 ...,,.... Newark 0 .....,.. Newark 0 ,...,.., Newark l2 ..,.,.,. Newark 6 ........ Newark U ......,. Newark 26 ........ Newark Z4 ,......, One Hundred Thirty High football team to defeat Marietta since the Tigers joined the league. Then Newark dropped two more league games, one to Coshocton and the other to Lancaster. However, they closed the season with wins over Dayton Steele and Cambridge. Paul Martindale and Ed Anton were hon- ored with places on the C. O. L. all star teams. .....,Columbus West l9 ......Mt. Vernon U ,...,.Chillicothe Zi ...,..Zanesville 13 ..,...Marietta 6 ......Coshocton 19 ,....,Lancaster 30 .,....Dayton Steele 6 ..,,,.Cambridge U May I Have the Next Waltz? ZANESVILLE ln the Central Ohio League opener at home Newark suffered a l3-O de- feat at the hands of a well balanced Zanesville squad. Although outplay- ing the Blue Devils throughout the greater part of the game and even in spite of their marked improvement over previous games, the Wildcats were unable to score. During the first half of the game, Newark kept the Blue Devils fairly well bottled up in their own territory 'GHG mainly to the-punting-of Montai naro, Newark's kicking ace. ln the second quarter, however, Zanesville by straight running plays advanced the ball to the Newark 47. Here Weitelmann of Zanesville taking the ball from Kussmaul broke to his left and then threw a long pass, slightly grazed by George Bibart, Wildcat back, to Wallace which was good for a touchdown. The second and third periods were almost the reverse of this, with Zanesville being in Newark territory the remainder of the game and scoring late in the fourth quarter on cfnwoff-tackle smaslT'from the' l5 yard line. One Hundred Thirty One Quick Opening COSHOCTCDN Newark f-lights Wildcats went down to defeat 19-6 in a very rough game. Newark scored in the first period. After a long pass from Richard to Bibart, who took the ball to the Co- shocton three-yard line, Richard drove thru center to score. The extra point, a placement try by Smith, was blocked. With two minutes remaining, Davis of Coshocton intercepted a Newark pass and ran the ball back to mid- field. On the next play, Barthalow took the ball from Burklew on a Statue of Liberty play and ran fifty yards One Hundred Thirty-Two for Coshocton's first touchdown. With the completion of the extra point, Co- shocton led at the half 7 to 6. Coshocton scored a touchdown in the third guarter after a long run by Barthalow to the Newark lO yard line. Handles then went over for Coshoc- ton's second touchdown. An inter- ception of a Newark pass by Darling resulted in Coshocton's final touch- down. Tommy Aronhalt, all-league center, was the standout on a rugged Coshocton front wall, while Dick Shell, at right end, looked best for the 'Cats. Touchdown! MARIETTA For the first time since Marietta be- came a member of Central Ohio League, Newark defeated them in a game bitterly contested at Marietta. This defeat wrecked Marietta's hopes for the championship, and brightened Newark's hopes considerably. Marietta pinned their hopes of win- ning this game on their captain, Glen Wittekind. He was the outstanding player of the game. Besides scoring Marietta's lone touchdown, he did most of Marietta's running, kicking, and"passmgf"'IYbwark, in general, outplayed Marietta throughout the en- tire game. The Wildcats' offensive was sparked by the running of Eddie Anton and Charles Pope, who scored Newark's two touchdowns. The Wild- cats' defensive also was outstanding with the play of Anton, Davis, Shell, Shipp, and Martindale sparkling. Newark presented a well balanced offensive attack, far superior to any attack they had presented before the Marietta game. They played excep- tionally well, and hold the distinction of being the only Newark team, in the last four years, to defeat Marietta. One Hundred Thirty-Three Reverse A LANCASTER At the annual home-coming game with Lancaster, Newark met defeat 30 to O. Lancaster scored early in the first quarter when Willis raced fifteen yards for a touchdown and Acton plunged for the extra point. After 'a steady running attack, Ac- ton of Lancaster threw a beautiful pass to Bob Radebough for a touch- down. The extra point failed. A re- cover of a Lancaster fumble on the Gales' forty-eight yard line by Art Davis enlightened NeWark's hopes. However, Acton of Lancaster inter- cepted a Newark pass thus ending the threat. One Hundred Thirty-Four In the third quarter lim Montanero, kicking from his own end zone, had his kick partially blocked by a Lan- caster man, the ball going out of bounds on the Newark seven yard line. This set the stage for Lancaster's third touchdown. Acton plunged through center for the touchdown, with Wright's place kick good for the extra point. A field goal early in the fourth quarter by Wright gave Lan- caster three more points. Lancaster scored its final touchdown on a Statue of Liberty play, Bradford going over for the score. Wright's placement kick was good, thus ending the game. Newark Reserves played second half. Stopped! CAMBRIDGE The 1939 football season ended for Newark High School with a victory over Cambridge at White's Stadium. The Wildcats completely bottled up the Brownies' offense throughout the entire game. The Brownies' best offer was their quarterback lim Calabria who carried the brunt of their attack. A hard rain prior to the game made the field very soggy. Newark's first touchdown came when Ioe Richard blocked a punt, which rotted over the 'goal liie, and was then recovered by Davis for a touchdown. The point after touch- down failed. The second half opened with Allen scoring a touchdown on a pretty reverse around the Brownies' right end. Smith's placement was blocked. Six plays later Newark scored again, this time Eddie Anton scoring the touchdown. Smith's at- tempted conversion was wide. Newark's final score of the evening came when Eddie Anton shot a short pass over the center of the line to Phil Chrisman who lateralled to Pope. Pope went' the rgt of the waf for the touchdown. Bichard's drop kick for the extra point was wide. One Hundred Thirty Five GAGIWPS Row l--Dunn, lury, Winn, Davino, Sergeant, Petrey, Borroway, Davidson, Buckman. .Row 2-Rose, Ruff, Reid, Gorsuch, Stasel, Branscome, Smith, Friend, Cooper, Athan, Wolfe, Row 3- -Elmore, lones, Stevens, Orr, Emerson, Wheeler, l-lonenberger, Byers, Weakley, Evans, Cocanour, Anderson. Row Ile-Bcrry, Wagers, Litten, lohnson, Kitchen, Walker. Led by two sophomores, Bill Ser- geant, center, cmd lames Cooper, quarterback, the reserves attained an enviable record this tall of no losses, one tie, and tive victories. Their vic- tims were the Reserve teams of the League. Seventeen members ot the Newark High School Reserve Football teams received numerals. Bill Sergeant and Reserve Coach Leonard Wilhelm One Hundred Thirty-Six Iames Cooper led the team in most quarters played with 24. Other mem- bers oi the squad receiving awards were: Vermillion, Petrey, Wheeler, Borroway, Buckman, Litten, Smith, Stasel, Davidson, Iury, Winn, Bickel, Davino, Elmore, and Honenberger. Touchdowns scored tor the team by: Bickle, Winn, Wheeler, Buckman, Litten, Vermillion. Ierry Iury did most of the place kicking. Bill Winn, Stasel, and Bickel did the punting. ln the Dayton Steele game seven ot the Reserves were called upon to serve as understudies for the Varsity. They are: lim Cooper, Bickel, Davidson, Stasel, Sergeant, Litter, Vermillion. SCORES Newark Coshocton Newark Lancaster Newark Lancaster Newark Zanesville Newark Coshocton Newark ,Za ne sville One Hundred Thirty-Seven meds Qoys Row 1--Malone, Munkachy, Tracey, Priest, Allen, Seesholtz. Row 2' -Walcutt CMgr.D, Mathews, Smith, Shipp, Walker, Snelling, Maniace CMgr,l, Coach Orr. Losing tour oi last year's starting tive, the Newark Wildcats basketball schedule was a very hard one for a team with only one letterman return- ing tor the season. All through the season Coach Orr alternated his line- up, most ot the games using three sophomores and two seniors. The VARSITY SCORES- - Newark 33 .........., Newark 31 ...,,.,. Newark 32 ..,.,,,, Newark 24 ........ Newark 3 1 .,,,,,,, Newark 35 .,,,,,,, Newark 47 Newark 4 1 ......., Newark 29 ..,,,,,, Newark 15 ..,..,. f Newark 36 ........ Newark 3 6 .,,,,,., Newark 33 ,,,,,,,, Newark 34 ........ Newark 34 ..,,,... Newark 3 1 .,.,,,,, Newark 10 ..,,,.., Newark 44 .,,,,,,, One Hundred Thirty-Eight Wildcats managed to win six games out oi a schedule of eighteen games before eliminating Washington Court House in the second round oi the dis- trict tournament, and then being elim- inated at the hands oi the Columbus South. .....,,.,.Co1umbus East 43 ...,......Find1ay 30 .,,,.,....l-lamilton 36 ,.,,,.,,..Co1umbus South 31 .,.....C1eveland ,,,,,,,Co11inwood 36 ,..,.,,...Martins Ferry 31 .,........Cambridge 30 ,,,,,,,,,,Coshocton 43 .....,.,,.Lancaster 30 .,........Marietta 35 ,,,,,,,,,,Zanesville 40 Vernon 47 ....,..,..Carnbridge 41 ,,,.,.....Massillon 33 ,.,,,,.Coshocton 30 .,.....Lancaster 35 ,,,,,,,Marietta 41 ...,.,,Zanesvi1le 30 ff 355 5 :mx-Asgj, A A ii ' MQ .A , iff - - ' H 5 Y Q1-'Q MW 2 llfi. W kc ff ' ' 'A .1 ,i Q fwwgaf MK i 5' QM -Ufafl. 1 , ' 1 ,- fy' s 5 'LQ-L' r s' I, ,.,.,. b . yn lv ' "":,., M 1 J A I2 H Q. my if V lf, Q ,,.: Z.. 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O 'S x , ,, 1,,x 1 "" 'X kai f Sflxqb xi, WS' 'zfoa 1", Y V ' 1 Aj,,xQX , '59 QS ,N X g 4' 1 We. , 2? V 'Z-XJ QP gf' fl' Qfjgyfi, ,Z 4g .,,.,f,. wqf' A-Q Qxxkji ,362 x Xfif' V Ng. "V S A ii 5 fN if -Q ' A ' fzrl ff? . .V .M ,J .A , - , ff 'QW 5 if -Q allfk ff 0 5 f .f'2QK5f Q 3 I ffj , FC' 6' X2 +4 1' Q80 'gp 1? Tx ,. .,, 2 Kgs xbf :Wig if J'-'Q G' Wim 99' 65 K5 BWQ mb' "its A -L L I my Q3 xxep Q X 4,0 1 I t Snelling Shoots ZANESVILLE BASKETBALL HEBE - For the first time since l936 Zanes- ville's Blue Devils defeated the Wildcats ot Newark High. Although victorious, Zanesville gained little prestige from the Newark victory, as both basketball teams did not play their best brand ot basketball. The game was close during the tirst halt with Zanesville holding a slight 20-19 lead at the intermission. ln the third stanza the Blue Devils roared into a commanding lead but Newark came back late in the period to whittle the score down at 29-3l go- ing into the final quarter. ln the last quarter, both Newark and Zanesville played ragged basketball with Zanes- ville scoring enough points for a 40-36 victory. One Hundred Forty ZANESVlLLE BASKETBALL THERE- Newark High School's Wildcats tin- ished their Central Qhio League schedule at Zanesville, in a game which resulted in a Newark victory by a score ot 44-30. The Wildcats took the Blue Devils completely by surprise and led the whole game. All the Wildcats were "hitting" on their shots, and Zanes- ville couldn't score enough points to overtake the Wildcats. Bob Mathews, senior captain, and Bill Tracey, junior guard, led the Newark scorers with l0 points apiece. Tense Moment CAMBRIDGE BASKETBALL THERE- ln a close game played at Cam- bridge, Newark lost an overtime de- cision to the Brownies of Cambridge High School by the score of 38 to 41. The first half found both teams missing many shots. lha second half febotlq teams sparkled in a sustained drive. The score was close all the way, and the game ended in a tie. ln the overtime period Cambridge scored enough points to win by a close margin. Cam- bridge was constantly a threat as Beal of Cambridge scored 26 points. CAMBRIDGE BASKETBALL HERE- ln the opening Central Ohio League game Newark's Wildcats routed Cam- bridge 47-3O at the Newark Senior High School Gym. The Wildcats were without the services of Clyde Shipp, rangy center, who was kept on the sidelines because of shoulder in- Turf Bob SmitH aTsophomore,'Tool? over at center and displayed plenty of spark at that position. The Wildcats played good basket- ball the first half, sparked by Smith and Bob Mathews, veteran senior forward, to hold a scant l4-13 lead at the intermission. ln the second half, Newark led by the high-scoring Smith-Mathews duo, scored 33 points to the opposition's l7 points. Smith and Mathews led the Newark scoring with l4 points each, but Dee Snelling, Bill Tracey, Karl Seesholtz and Iack Pease played good basketball. One Hundred Forty One Walker Hits! MARIETTA BASKETBALL THERE- Marietta's "jinx" once more over- came Newark High's Wildcats at Marietta by the score ot 35-15. The first half Newark grabbed the lead and led rnost of the way, but Marietta rallied and the first halt ended with the score tied at 13-all. In the second half Marietta played brilliant basketball, holding the Wild- cats to two foul shots in the third quar- ter, and scoreless in the last quarter to win easily 35-15. The Newark courters, attack completely bogged down in the last halt, and Marietta soon took advantage of the tact. One Hundred Forty-Two MARIETTA BASKETBALL HERE- Marie-tta's Tigers put the jinx on the Newark High Wildcats for the second time this season. In the second round game, Marietta defeated Newark 41-10 at Newark. Marietta displayed a de- fense that Newark was unable to score through. However, Newark used both its tirst and second tearns, and Marietta did likewise. 1 Blocked? LANCASTER BASKETBALL THEBE- Gales triumphant! Newark loses second round game to Lancaster! Once again Newark and Lancaster battled in a close game, this time in Lancaster, and again Lancaster emerged victorious. ln the first game at Newark, Lancaster edged Newark 30-29. W W gg g At Lancaster the teams fought all the way, with Lancaster stopping a Newark rally late in the final quarter to win 35-3l. LANCASTER BASKETBALL HERE- Newark High's Wildcats dropped a close first round game against Lan- caster's Gales at the Newark High School gym. Lancaster jumped into the lead in the first quarter, and held a close l6-l5 margin at the end of the first half. Kisor and Tiller kept ,Lancaster in the gamegthe first half, both scoring timely shots to keep Lancaster in the lead. ln the third quarter, however, New- ark rallied, all five members of the team contributing his share in the scoring and took the lead away from Lancaster, 23-20. However, in the last quarter, Newark lost the services of four of the five starting members of the team because of personal fouls and Lancaster rallied, overtook New- ark's lead, and won the game by the close score of 30-29. One Hundred Forty Three Big Ed in Action COSHOCTON BASKETBALL HERE4 Redskins defeated! That was the cry of the Newark High School stu- dents after a well earned victory over Coshocton High School at the Newark High School gymnasium. In a first round game, Newark was defeated by Coshocton by the score of 4l to 43. However in the game at Newark, the Wildcats downed the Redskins, 34 to 30. The entire Newark squad played as a balanced unit, and they played basketball of high caliber. Newark won a well earned victory. One Hundred Eorty-Four COSHOCTON BASKETBALL THERE- Newark's Wildcats lost a close game to Coshocton's Redskins, at Coshocton by the score of 43-4l. The game was close every minute, with Coshocton scoring a field goal in the last forty-two seconds to win the game. The score was tied at many inter- vals during the game, with the score standing 26-26 at the half. The lead was then taken by Newark 4l-37, but Coshocton rallied to tie the score, and then Hudson made his winning field goal, making the final score: Coshoc- ton 43, Newark 4l. cgguture Stars Row l--Angellto, Rico, Baker, Iury, Cooper, Hare. Row 2 -'-'- Yost, Mar.: Sergeant, Starrett, Gilbert, Wright, Stasel, Litten, Branscome, Mgr. The Newark High reserves kept up the tradition of preceding reserve teams by winning ll games out of a schedule ot 17 games. They played all of the C. O. L. reserves teams and many class B teams from neighbor- ing towns. These boys are former junior high school players and are the future prospects for positions on the varsity squad in the next two sea- sons. The team is coached by Luther RESERVE SCORES - ZH Newark, 32 .,.,...... .. Newark 23 ....... Newark 29 .,.,.,. Newark 28 .,.,.,. Newark 21 ....... Ne wark 44 ...,... Newark 3 1 ,.,,... Newark 43 .i...., Newark l 9 ....... Newark Z 1 ....... Newark 33 ..,,... Newark 25 ....... Newark 25 ....... Newark 38 ....... Newark 28 ....... Newark 19 ....... Newark 32 .,,.... ...li ...., Columbus East 23 Hanshue, who for several seasons has had fine reserve squads, and his keen judgment brought forth another fine reserve team. The numeral winners were Iames Cooper, Elmer Munkachy, William Sergeant, William Wright, Arnold Stasel, lohn Starrett, Ierry Iury, and Daniel Litten. Tony Ma- niace, junior manager, received his "4l". Iason Yost and lames Bran- scome received their "42's". ........DeMolay 25 ........Columbus South 27 ......,.Reynoldsburq 18 ..,..,..Summit Station 20 ........Cambridqe 15 ........Coshocton 24 ..,.....Lancaster 25 ,.......Marietta 26 .....,..Zanesville 24 Vernon 14 .,......Cambridqe 23 ......,.Massillon 27 ....,,..Coshocton 31 ........Lancaster 14 ........Marietta 27 ........Zanesville 33 One Hundred Forty-Five Gincfer mera Row l-Ruton CManaqe-rl, Dumm, Friend, Forgraves, Priest, N. Duvall, Fields, Glover, Fears, Montanaro, Rico, Baughman, O'Connor, Myers, Varner tMqr.J, Smith KMqr.J Row 2-Miller fManaqerJ, Armentrout, Petrey, Prior, Dodson, Jackson, Coach Orr, King, Bibart, Lothes, Warman, Shoemaker. Newark's track team had a fairly successful season. The Central Ohio League meet was held in White's Sta- dium with Newark's fast runners finishing second in the district meet to a great team from Columbus North. A triangular meet which involved our team and two Columbus schools, Cen- tral and South, was won by the New- ark team. For many years, outstand- ing in track, Newark High School is One Hundred Forty-Six highly proud of its track teams. The lettermen are as follows: Floyd Arrnentrout, George Bibart, Harry Dorsey, Norman Duvall, Cleo- phus F ears, Bob Forgrave, Iim Glover, lim Good, Sergei Iackson, Bob King, Bill Lothes, Bill Prior, Louis Rico, and Charles Smith, senior manager. Charles Ruton, Edward Miller, and Richard Varner received managers' numerals. 1-Uk ff, .1232 , s i - . ' A - 7 -: . - gif .Q.:f' W ggi, . -A Up and Over CENTRAL DISTRICT MEET Newark's track team finished sec- ond to Columbus North in the district. North's mighty team rolled up Ql ESX7 points to Newark's 34 ,3!l4 points. Newark entered the meet with a fair team and finished in a fine position. Every boy on the team did his best for Newark High on that day. 'New- ark's best showing for the meet was a second and a third in the shot put. We also scored a second in the l00 yard dash, and a second in the broad jump. Holly Wins! CENTRAL OHIO LEAGUE MEET The Wildcat track team won the C. O. L. championship this year in a meet where many records Were broken. All the new records were made by Newark track men. Newark took the meet by the score of l22 points to the second place team, Mari- etta's, 64 points. Bob Forgrave broke the l20 yard high hurdles record, Norman Duvall broke the 440 yard dash record, Harry Dorsey broke the 880 yard run rec- ord, Cleo Fears broke the broad jump record, and NeWark's 880 yard relay team established a new record. One Hundred Forty Seven Cbistrict Gfzamps Row 1-V Dunn, Chaney, Rico, Meyers, Baughman, Row 2-V fl-lall, Milligan, Busby, Walker, Seesholtz, The Newark High school cross country squad completed a very suc- cessful season. Coached by A. B. Long, the squad engaged Mansfield, Columbus North, and Columbus Cen- tral in dual meets, winning all three meets. They also participated in the Springfield Invitational meet, and won the district cross-country champion- ship. In the Mansfield meet, Iames Glover finished first, Ernest Busby second, Duane Myers third, William Hall fourth, and Bob Milligan sixth. ln One Hundred Forty-Eight Mix. Glover, Steinman the Columbus North meet Glover again finished first, Myers ran fifth, Hall ran sixth, Milligan finished sev- enth, and Busby came in eighth. ln the Columbus Central meet, Glover again was the first runner to cross the finish line for Newark, this time in third place, Busby in fourth place, Myers in fifth place, Hall in sixth place, and Milligan in seventh place, followed in that order. Lettermen include Glover, Busby, Myers, Milligan, and Hall. -will-9 lack Horchler, Bud Woltjen, Wayne Byers, Gene Shaw The l939 golf team coached by Mr. Luther Hanshue finished their season with one win and four losses. The only victory gained by the Wildcats was recorded over Granville. In a rematch, however, Granville defeated the Wildcats. A double defeat at the hands of Coshocton's great team, and a single loss to Columbus Grandview accounted for the other losses. The squad was composed of Ralph Woltjen, Iack Horchler, Eugene Shaw, and Wayne Byers. Oi the four boys all were seniors, except Byers. Byers, only a sophomore, remains to carry the Wildcats' golf attack for the next two seasons. One Hundred Forty-Nine wig ofeaguefs Last year's intramural baseball un- expectedly ended in a tie between the seniors and the sophomores: each winning a total of tour games to the juniors' one. Although outclassed in actual games by the sophomores and seniors, the juniors were just as out- standing in individual honors in bat- Seniors ....... Sophomores juniors .... ting and fielding averages as each team claimed four lettermen. Each year the twelve boys having the high- est averages are awarded letters. Last year's lettermen were Allen, Woltjen, Houpt, Loughman, Adams, Monta- naro, Penick, Walker, Cocanour, War- den, Green, Tate. W, L. 2 4 2 In 4 I 3 , ff , 4 l . l j , , .Af W, M One Hundred Fifty Girls' Gym Class For the past fourteen years, Miss Florence Myer has been supervisor of the girls' athletic department. To the regular physical education pro- gram, there has been added in the last few years the health class which meets once every two weeks. In the gym classes there are many types of games available. Some are shuffle- board, deck tennis, badminton, and ping pong, along with the regular basketball, baseball, and volley ball. The objectives of the health classes are: to acquaint the individual with the conditions of personal Welfare, to insure that the pupils be physically and mentally fit, to try to control the environment of the school to protect and promote the health of the indi- viduals concerned. The girls may earn letters by obtaining a certain number of points for the participation in a certain sport. A girl must total one thousand points for a red letter and fifteen hundred points for a White letter. This is the only way that girls may receive letters. One Hundred Fifty One Hockey Dorothy Spitzer Marian Myers This year each class had a hockey team. The captains of these teams were Betty Rubel, Aileen Mills, and Ruth Anderegg. All the hockey games were played at Everett's field with Miss Myer as supervisor. Alhough the sophomore and junior teams gave strong opposition to their opponents, they were unable to take the championship from the senior teams. Among the outstanding play- ers Were Marian Myers, Geraldine Hess, Dorothy Spitzer, Dorothy Bea- bout, Ieanne Allen, Aileen Mills, Patsy Ashley, Edith Myers, Helen lohn, and Margaret Lee Wolfe. Row l-Betty Logan, Dorothy Spitzer, Gene Cassell, lean Williams, loan Myer, Virginia Scar- brouqh, Gloria Price, Geraldine Hess, Dorothy Beabout, Dorothy lohnson, Ieanne Allen Evelyn Frankenberry, lay Mitchell, Betty Rubel. Row 2-Betty Noblick, Elizabeth Matis, Aileen Mills, Thelma Hall, lanet Chrisman, Doris Howes, Thelma Cotterman, Margaret Lee Vifolfe, Stella Fletcher, Helen lohn, Evelyn Fisher Mary Dell Moorman, Margaret Myers. 1 1 Row 3---Ruth Andereqq, Metha Rowe, Pauline Fulton, Edith Myers, Patricia Norpell, Patsy Ashley, Maxine Dodd, Flossie Myer, Marie Wright, Martha Lehman, lulia Henzy. t One Hundred Fifty-Two Volleyball Row l Sylvia Smith, Wanda Pipes, Betty Nutter, Virginia Blosser, Eva lohn, Dorothy Beabout, Marcella Shaw, loannc Allen, loy Mitchell, Betty Buhel, Evelyn Frrmkenherry, Marian Myers, Bow 2 'f" -Aileen Mills, Elizabeth Matis, Ethel Wilkin, Betty Nohlirzk, lune Beach, Garnett Shauer, Audrey Curts, Helen Davis, Mary Dell Moorinan, Bertetta lauchius, Eloise Andrews. Row 3 Dorothy Goodin, Beatrice Levingston, Martha Priest, Stella Pletcher. Bow 4'-V-Norma Baker, Maxine Stevens, Polly Fulton, Maxine Dodd, Flossie Myer, Mary lane Gould, Mary lean Gard, Suzanne Martin, Mary Vintilla, Helen lohn, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Evelyn Fisher. Bow 5 -Martha Lehman, Ethel Brooks, Margaret Cagney, Metlia Rowe, Velaria Miller, Pauline Boggs, Amy Renner, Betty Ayres, lane lngland, Shirley Flannigan, Shirley Spencer, Florence Houdeshell, Mildred Mitchell, lean Hayes, Marie Wright Not ln Picture -'Jerry Hess, ,lean Williams. Because of the number of girls Wish- ing to play volley ball this year, there were four teams: one senior, one junior, and two sophomore. The cap- tains of these teams respectively were Dorothy Beabout, Ethel Brooks, Helen Ichn and Maxine Dodd. Helen Iohn's sophomore team finally Won the championship, after having tied With the senior team in the number of games Won and lost. All the games were played on Friday afternoons in the high school gymnasium with Miss Myer officiating. A few of the out- standing players in this game were Mildred Mitchell, Dorothy Beabout, Marcella Shaw, Ioy Mitchell, Ethel Brooks, Aileen Mills, leanne Allen, Eva lohn, and Helen Iohn. Mildred Mitchell Dorothy Beabout One Hundred Fifty-Three Basketball Row l Bow 2 Bow 3 Bow 4 There were a large number of girls' interclass basketball teams this year. Since so many girls wished to play ball, three teams were organized for the sophomores, three tor the juniors, and two for the seniors. The captains lune Roach, Betty Bubel, Evelyn Frankenbery, lean Williams, Virginia Scarbrougli, Betty Logan, lerry Hess, Laverne Smith, lean Allen, Marcella Shaw, loy Mitchell, Eva Iohn, loan Myer, Dorothy Beabout, Betty Nutter, Mariann Myers, Sylvia Smith, Bessie Hightshoe, Dorothy Spitzer, Dorothy Clark. -Velma Smith, Betty McLaughlin, Ednamae Boggs, Norma Penick, Doris Howes, Elizabeth Matis, Betty Noblick, Valeria Miller, Margaret Bower, Betty lden, Evelyn Fischer, Barbara Keim, Ruth Roby, Betty Koman, Annette Upson, Betty McCloskey, Carol Binger, lean Applegate. Beatrice Levingston, Viola Smith, Flossie Myers, Polly Fulton, Metha Bowe, Betty Cun- ningham, Bernice Hull, Alice Hardman, Ruth Ann Iames, Marjorie Walt, Virginia McDaniels, Dorothy Goodin, Aileen Mills, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Rosanna Bierberbach, lean Besanceney, Betty Siegle, Patsy Ashley, Ruth Ancleregg, Marjorie Price. Bonnie lean Courtwright, Patricia Bauman, Elinor Moore, Mary Hull, Marilyn Binger. Edith Myers, Virginia Scott, Winona Cougill, Maxine Dodd, Pauline Boggs, Mildred Mitchell, Betty Miller, Susan Martin, Mary Vintilla, Marie Wright, Helen lohn, Mary Dell Moorman, Martha Lehman, Lois Brandt, Helen Massalas, lulie Henzy. of these teams were lean Applegate, Viola Smith, Mildred Mitchell, of the sophomore teams, Betty lden, Vir- ginia McDaniels, Marian Miller, of the junior teams, leanne Allen, Marcella Shaw of the senior teams. Ieanne Allen's senior team was the undisputed champion. The games were played in the gymnasium on Mon- days and Fridays after school, with Miss Myer oi- Eiciating, Some oi the out- standing players this year were Ieanne Allen, Mar- cella Shaw, lean Wil- , liams, Aileen Mills, Mil- dred Mitchell, Maxene Dodd, and Virginia Mc- Daniels. Ieanne Allen Marcella Shaw . One Hundred F ifty-F our Abbott, Charles .............................,.. 95 Abbott, Mary Ellen ..,.,,...,...........,.. 101 Adams, Grace ,......., .,..... 7 4, 123, 109 Airesman, Phyllis Portrait Index Ballinger, lean ,,.,.... ..............,, 9 2 Barber, Donald ...,.,. .....,. 9 5, 120 Barber, lunior ....... ,..Y........ 8 2 Barclay, Leland ...... Barlowe, Maei ean .,,.. Blamer, Dorothy ,........,.,.,,,,,.... 74, 114 Bline, Miss Dorothy ........,,,,,..... 36, 105 Blizzard, Dorothy .,,,,,,.. 1,,,,,.,...... 9 5 Blizzard, Frances .,,,,, 1,,,,,..... 8 2 Blizzard, Ruth ....... .,..,......... 9 5 Barnes, Mr. O. 1. ..,..., ......... 3 8 Barnes, lulius .........,.,.1,........ ......... 9 2 Barnes, Kathryn ........,.....,,.,,,.......... 95 Barnes, Mrs. Mary Eleanor ,,.,........ 41 Barner, Katherine ...............,.............. 95 Barrett, Anna .........,... ......... 8 2 Barrett, losephine .....,... ......... 8 2 Barrett, Marjorie ,.........,.., ,.,...... 8 2 Barringer, Ruth Evelyn .,.,. ,,,....., 7 4 Barstow, Ada ....,..,,,,,,,,..... .,,,,.,,, 4 7 Barstow, Gerald ...,,,,,,,, ......,.. 9 8 Barstow, Raymond ...,,,, ,........ 4 7 Barton, Claire .,...,..... .,.,..... 9 5 Baughman, Donna ,,,..,,,....,..,,,.,,,,.., 47 Baughrnan, Gail ..,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,., 95 Baughman, Robert ,,,,,....,.. 74, 106, 150 Bauman, Patricia .,.,.,,,,,,, 82, 121, 154 Alexander, lane .............. 74, 123, 121 Allen, Edward ............ 73, 74, 104, 106, 142, 134 Allen, leanne .,....., 46, 122, 111, 117 152, 153, 154, 124 Alspach, lunior ,..,. ........................... 9 2 Amos, Beatrice ........................ 46, 105 Amos, Mr. Caroll E. ...................... 38 Amspoker, Claire ........ ......... 4 6, 123 Anast, Hellen ....,...... ......,...., 4 6, 115 Anderegg, Ruth .........,....,. 82, 110, 118, 152, 154 Anderson, Carol ,..,.. .,,...,.,......... 7 4 Anderson, Chester ,.......... 95 Anderson, David ....... ........ 8 2 Anderson, Lillian .......Y.. ........ 7 4 Anderson, Marjorie ..,,,,,, ,.,...,, 7 4 Anderson, Robert ....... ....,.,.... 8 2 Anderson, Shirley ....... ............ 1 01 Andrews, Eloise ,.,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,.., 8 2, 153 Andrews, Harry ......... .,,,.......,., 7 4 Andrews, Kathryn .......................... 82 Andrews, Margaret .,.V...,,,,.......,.. f ..... 8 2 Andrews, Marian ............ 48, 110, 115, 122, 71 Andrews, Robert ........, ,............. 9 5 Andrews, Virginia ..... ,.,.,,,..., 7 4 Angeletti, Mary ,....... ....,.........,....., 4 6 Angeletti, Ted ...,.. ,...,,..,............... 8 2 Anton, Edwin ............,.., 46, 104, 134 Applegate, Glenn ..................,......... 98 Applegate, lean ,.,.,,,,,,,......... 82, 154 Arensburg, Phyllis .,..,.,....,,.,,.......... 98 Arrnentrout, Floyd ..,....,..,. 46, 104, 150 Armstrong, Arthur ..,.,... 45, 46, 114, 71 Armstrong, Beulah ...,.........,............ 74 Armstrong, Eston ...... ,..,.... 4 6 Armstrong, Virgil ,,.,,,, .........., 8 2 Arter, lack ...........,....,........,...,,....... 101 Ashcroft, Marguerite .........,.,,........... 46 Ashley, Patricia- ....,.......,. 82, 152, 154 Ashley, Robert ........ .......,,...,....,,,, 9 8 Athan, Angel ...........,,,...,,,,.,.,... 82, 108 Athan, Xenia ........ 45, 48, 115, 114, 71 Atherton, Eva Mae .,,,............ 74, 122 Atoth, loseph ..,.......,..,, ....,,........ 4 7 Atskoff, Marie ....,., ............... 8 2, 123 Ayres, Betty .,......,........,,, 82, 123, 153 Azbell, Elizabeth ...... ..................... 7 4 Bachelor, Vonda .....,.., ........ 8 2, 123 Bachman, Raymond ....... .......,.., 9 8 Backenstos, Richard ..,.,, .,............ 7 4 Bailey, Donald .,..,,... ........ 7 4, 107 113 Bailey, Roland ........... Baird, lean Annette ,............... 82, Baird, lean Evelyn Baker, Cleo ..,..,,,., Baker, Edgar ..... Baker, Nola .r......... Baker, Richard ...,,. Baker, Robert ........ Baker, Russell ,..,... Ball, Gordon .,... .........95, 153 107 Blosser, Virginia ......,.,,............ 48, 153 Board, Harold ,,.,.........,,,,,,,,,,.........., 82 Boggs, Ednamae ........,.., 74, 123, 154 Boggs, Pauline ........,, 82, 123, 153, 154 Bolen, Carl ,,,..,...........,,,,,,,.,,............, 74 Boles, lames .,.,,.... ...,... 9 2 Bolton, William ..... ,.,,,,,.,........., 8 2 Bonar, Eleanor ,,..,., .......,.,,,,,,,,....... 9 2 Bonham, Gerald .....,,....... 82, 105, 107 Bonifant, Harold ,,,.,1 ,.,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Borcer, Norma ..,......, ,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,., 8 2 Borroway, Frank ,.,..,. ,,.,,,,,, 7 4, 107 Boss, Nyla ,,..,......,,,,.........,,,.,,., 74, 122 Bowen, Betty ...,,,,,...r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 95 Bower, Margaret ,.,.,. 74, 114, 122, 154 Bowers, Leonard ,,,....,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Bowers, Lois ,,,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Bowers, Virginia ,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 8, 105 Boyd, Miss Florence ,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39, 123 Boyd, Mr. Frew C .,,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 42, 126 Boyd, Robert ,.,......,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82 Boyer, Fannie ..,,,,,,.....,,,.,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,r, 101 Bozman, Elizabeth lane ........,. 48, 115, 114, 122, 117, 71 Braden, Betty .,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 Braden, Chloa , .... .. Bradley, Doris ....,.. Brandt, Lois ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 8 2, 154 Branscomeflames ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 2, 108 Brehm, Thelma ,,,,,,,, ,,,r,,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Brison, Edward ,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 2 Brooke, George ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 01 Brooke, Ralph ,.., 1, ,,,,,.., 48, 107 Brooke, Robert ..,.,.. ,A ,,,,,,,,,,, 82 Brooks, Audrey .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 8 Brooks, Eleanor ...,..., ,,,,,,.,,,,,., 7 4 Brooks, Ethel ,,.... ,,,,,,,, 7 4, 153 Brooks, Robert .,.,,.. ,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Brown, Mr. G. W .,,,,,. ..,Y,,,,,,,,,.....,,. 3 9 Brown, Ralph ,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 4 8 Browne, lames ...,...,,,,..... 74, 107, 112 Browning, Shirley ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 74 Brucker, Robert ,,,,,,...,.....,r,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 82 Brunner, Richard ,......,,.,, 74, 109, 107 Brush, lean .,........., 48, 123, 121, 124 Buchanan, Betty ..,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 Buchanan, Virginia ,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,., 74 Buchman, Victor ..,,.,.,.......,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 74 Buck, lames ......., 73, 74, 106, 120, 112 Buckingham, Mariann .... 48, 113, 109, 122, 111, 117 Budd, George F. ,........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,. 49 Bullock, Ruth .....,.. ,, ..... ..,.... 9 5 Bullock, William ......... Bumgardner, Harold Bazler, Robert ,,,.,.,,.....,.,.,,,,,,,,, 74, 106 Beabout, Dorothy ,,,,,,,, 47, 109, 105, ll4,lll, 152,153,154 Beard, William ,,,,,,........,..,,,,,,.,....... 74 Beaumont, Marion .,,,......,...,,.,,,,,..,. 98 Beaver, Barbara ......, ,...,.,.. 9 8 Bebout, Donald ,,.... ......... 7 4 Bebout, Dorothy ,,,... ,,,...... 9 8 Bebout, Iohn .,,,,, ,........ 7 4 Bebout, Robert ........ .........,.,,.,,,.. 8 2 Bebout, Ronald ,..l,, .........,..r,.,.,..... 8 2 Becker, Mable ,,.,............ 74, 123, 109 Beckman, George ,,.,,.,...........,..,,.,. 101 Beeney, Dorothy .,,,,,,, ...,.., 8 2, 123 Bell, Charles E. .,.,..... ,.,,,,,,,, 4 7, 118 Bell, Eugene ..,,,,.....,..,,,,,,,,,,.,.....,..., 101 Belt, Beatrice ......,...., 74, 123, 114, 122 Belt, Patricia ..... ,,.....,.....,.,.,.,. 8 2, 123 Belt, Virginia ,,,,,. .....,, 4 7, 123, 115, 114, 122 Benner, Franklin ,,..,.. ............. 9 5 Benner, Virginia ........ .,..,.,., 4 7, 71 Bennett, Dale ...... ......,.. 9 8 Bennett, David ,r,,.,.. ,,.....,, 7 4 Bentley, lune ,,,,.. ......... 4 7 Benton, Ruth ....... .,,,..,., 9 5 Berry, lean ...,.,,,,.. ....,..,,,,.,.......... 9 8 Berson, William ........,,,,,,., 48, 113, 115, 114, 71 Besanceney, leanne ........ 74, 109, 114, 122, 121, 118, 154 Betz, Harold Welsch .....,...,..,,.......... 48 Betz, Macille ....,..,,,....... ......,...,,,,., 4 8 Bibart, George ..... ......... 1 34, 150 Bickle, lack ....,.. ................ 9 5 Bickle, Walter .............,.,...,,..,,....,.... 48 Bickle, William ...,.l,.,...,........... 74, 134 Bieberbach, Anna Rose ........ 82, 154 Billrnan, Elizabeth ...,....,................... 82 Billow, loseph ...............,........,,.,,,.... 98 Binger, Carol .,,.,,,. 74, 122, 116, 154 Binger, Marilyn ......., 82, 123, 154, 110 Bixler, Bixler, lames ,.,,.....,,..,.,...................... 82 lean .,..... .,.....95 .......82 Burden, Donald ,.......... ...,....... 9 5 Burden, Robert ....,.,.., .......,...,,. 8 2 Burkam, Patricia ..... ........ 4 9, 114 Burrier, Ruth ,..,,,... .,...,, f ,,,. 4 9, 123 Burton, Alan ,...... ......... 7 3, 74, 108 Busby, Ernest ,....,.................... 74, 104 One Hundred Fifty-Five M HWEHSRAY we as gli, ff : :.::!Lf I4 1 mvvviicfifisl gig I I lf 0 nw, 61430 Bronze g4, ETCHED PLATES EW PLATES MEAN DEEP In modernizing our plant we have installed a Johnstone Elec- trolytic Etcher which produces a deep, clear dot on copper half- tones. Line work on Jem Metal means superior wearing qualities ,J undred Fiflb' Six Butcher, Frances ........ Butt, Maynard , ........ Butte, Imogene ..... Clay, Ianice ,,,,,,,.,..... 50, 123, 115 Clay, Robert ........................-....---- Clem, Ruth ......... ........ 7 4, 122 Cline, Charles ..... ............. 5 U, Butts, Richard ..... Buxton, Virginia .... ,,....,.... Byers, Wayne ..,........ .,,,,.,.. 7 4, Cagney, Margaret ,,,,......,...., 82, Callander, lane Iosephine ..........,..,,,,. Clutter, Leonard ,......,. Cookley, Bernard ...... Cocanour, Leland ..,l.. .......,..74, Cochenour, Hubert ..... . ,......,....., . Callander, lane Anne ........,,.,.,,,, Callander, Rodney .,..........,..,.. 82 Callender, Martha .........,.,.. ,249 ,,...82 2.282 .,.,,82 .....74 Cassell, Gene .... ......,. 4 9, 119, 152 Cates, Geraldine ..,... ........... 7 4, Cates, Mildred ..,..... ......., 8 2 Catt, Harold ...,.......... .......,..... 9 3 Cavendish, George ...... ..,.,.,, 1 01 Chan, Gim Pong ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,. ...., 9 2 Chaney, Dale .,,,,...,,,, ,..,.... ' 74, 107 Chapman, Edward ...,.. ,,.l,...,.. 1 01 Cherry, Margaret ,,,. ,,,,,.. Cherry, Robert ...... ....... Chidester, luanita .,.,.... ..,.... Chilcoate, Adelaide .,..... ...,,,, Chism, lohn .,.............,.,,,,,,..,,.,.....,... Chism, Robert ...,,..,.,.,,.,..............,,,,,,. Cochran Cochran, lean ....... ....... Cochran, Norma ..... Cochran, Cole, , 1-rederxck ..,,......,,......... ..,l74, 123, Willis ............,.............. William 1-larrod .... 75, 109, Collingsworth, Evelyn Colville, Bettina .............. Chrisman, lanet ..,,,, 74, 121, 152, 112 Christman, lerold .........,,, 82, 188, 134 Christman, Philip .,.,.......... 50, 104, 71 Christollersen, lune ..,..,.. 82, 110, 118 Conner Connor , Ruby .....,, , Lewis ..... Camlin, Elizabeth ,,,....,..,.,.,...,.... Camlin, lane ..,..,....., 49, 109, 115 Camp, George ,.........,,,.,.....,,.,,..,. Camp, Lawrence ..,.,,,,,,..,......,.,.,. Campbell, Mr. Dwight .,..,...., 33 Campbell, Elaine ,..... 49 123, 115 Campbell, George .....,.,,.,...,........... 92 Campbell, lane .,.,...... ..,,.., Campbell, Regena ...,.,. ,,..,...,. Campbell, Wayne ,.,.. ........,. 8 2, Campbell, William ,....,. .,..,...,.. Carey, Maude ......., Carlisle, Robert ......, ...H82 ,....98 Carpenter, Brice ...,,.,....,.....,....... Carpenter, Dorothy ...... Carpenter, Marjorie .,.,... Carr, Mr. H. W ......... Carson, Ruth ...,... Cass, Donald ....... ....49, 113, .49, 123, 122 .....98 Church, Doris ........, ,....,....,...... ..... Clark Beth Ann ........ .,.,. Clark Betty ,,,..,.. ......,. Clark, DeVon ...,,., ..... Clark, Evelyn ....... .,..... Clark luanita ...,... ..... Clark lune . ....,..,. ......,92 Clark Lyndell ....... ,.,,,,., Clark Robert ...... .,...,..., Clark, Roy .......... .....,,...... 9 8 Clarke, Dorothy ...... Clay, Frank ........ Connor, Walter ........,. .... Conrad, Mr. Stacy ..................,... Cook, Nancy ...........................1..., Cooper, Eloise ........., 50, 123, 122 Cooper, lames ....,.....l.,... 83, 108, Cooperrider, Carl ..............,......... Cooperrider, Eugene ....,........,.. 50, Corbett, Rall ......,......... ........... Corcoran, Daniel ........ Corder, Mary Ellen ......., .... Corder, Morgan . ..,, .. Cordich, Rose .,.......... Carrington, Charlene .... .... Coss, Donald ....,.,.,.. COIlIf71l1lI6'lll'S A FRIEND One Hundred, Fifty-Seven THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenience, the best approach to employment .... lndispensable to success in business. X t J' w of ,, 1 W 0 9 affef l Meri! 41 190 I gags? . K 1 , , , 1 fn , ' '2 si NU, 1 WM' A will 1 ff 51 lg, 4 f, , , EN Remember UNDER-GRAD when you're style scouting for Graduation If you Want to do a bit of style browsing before you decide what you Want - go right ahead. All that We ask is that you remember "UNDER-GEADSH at l-lermann's . . . you'll iind them hard to equal and impossible to beat. - .Q 5552 322.50 525.00 ef, . 49 Q ..... if 1 42: 51 3:1:Z:55'f: "4 0313: :iifffizffsi I- 4 IFF! 2 zz-:5-:-' M nf an y The Store where Quality and Service count . 5 South Third Street ,ff One Hundred Fifty-Eight Colterman, George ,,,,, .,A,,,,,,,,, Cotterrnan, Harlen ,,,,,... ,,,,,,,,, 7 5, Cotterman, lack ..,.,,, ..,...,...,A,,,,,,A Cotterman, Thelma ,,,,,,.. 83, 123, Couden, Roberta .,.,,.,,,,....,...,...,..... Couqill, Norma .....,., 51, 115, 121, Couqill, Winona ,.,,,,,., ,.,,,,,,,,,, 8 3, Courson, Marjorie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Courtriqht, Bonnie lean ,,,, 83, 110, Cox, Mr. Lester B... .. . Coyle, Grace ,,,,,,,,,,, Coyne, lames ...... Craig, Ruth .,l,,,,,,,,, Cramer, Donald ,,,,,,. Cramer, Cramer, leanne .... lean .,..,, ,,,,,, Crowley ,Richard .,,,. Crowley, Robert ..,... Crozier, Neal ..,.,..... Cullison, Iacques .,... Cullison, Paul ....,...... .....95 .....95 .....92 75 .....95 Culver, Cora lean .....,.................... 83 Cpmmins, Keith ..,,,.,,...,.,.,........ 51, 106 Cunninaham, Bette ........ 75, 123, 114, 118, 154 Curp, Marion ,,,,,,,. 51, 113, 115, 106 Curry, Donald ,.,......,...,.,...,....,..,....., 93 Curry, lames .1,....... 83, 103 Curts, Audrey ..... .,..... 3 3 153 Curts, lohn ...,... .,., . .83 Danese, Louise ..... Daniels, Ralph .,..,,.. 101 Davis Davis, Davis Elizabeth .. Helen ,.,,.,. Ir., Iohn ...., Davis lune ..............., Davis, Lillian ......,..w,,,, Davis Mary Frances ,.,.1 Davis Davis Patricia Ann ....... Sidney .,,.,,,,,,, ,,,, 95 ........83, 153 .,.....95 .......83 ....83, 112 Davis, Wayne ,.,,, . Davis, William ..,,... Davino, Francis ..,,, Day, Richard ....,. Dayton, 1u1ia ..,,, DeBoard, Merle ..... Deck, Dorothy .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, Deering, Dorothy ..., .. ..101 ., ,. 101 .......83 .......98 .......95 75, 123, 109 Cfemef, 1O11H -ff,-,,,f ...,f,,,,,.. 3 3, Darkes, Thomas ..,.... ,... , .83 Deering, Iohn ..,,,,... ........,, 3 3 Cfflmef, Violetta ...,..,,,,,, 75, 123, Darling, Eileen ,......, .,.,..... 9 8 Deering, Martha .,,,,,,,, 1.1.,.. 5 1, 71 CYCITHI-NOD, ROSS -,,,... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,...... D arnes, Karl ......... ......,.. 7 5 Del Cecato, Pete .,,,,... .....,.... 9 2 Crime, Beily fY........ ..,,,,,.. D arnes, Warren ,,.,.,.,..,.,.., ......... 5 1 Del Monico, Gloria ...... ,.,.,., 3 3 C1'GWfOrd, Clyde ..1,. ..,.,. D arr, Charles Edmond .,.,.,.,., ,,.,,.. 1 01 Derrinqer, Robert .,......... ...,... 9 Z CTCIWfOfC1, Harry ...., ...... D auqherty, Albert ....,.. ......... 8 3 Deweese, Mr. Walter ..,,,,,, ....... 2 3 Crawford. Martha ..,., ,,,,,. D avidson, lean ......... .,....,... 1 O1 Dickerson, Mr. Edwyn ........ ....... 4 0 Cree, 1CIIf1GS ...........,..... .,...,., 9 5 Davidson, Max ...................,.... 75, 134 Dietz, Martha .....,.,,,...,.. ........ 1 U1 Creqo, ViYQiIliG YY......,...., ,.,.,,,,. D avidson, Sara ,,,..,,....................,., 101 Diller, Dale ......... ..... ..75 CYi11Y, Miss Bertha L ,..... ...,,......... D avis, Anne ............ 51, 115, 114, 122, Diller, Roberta ........................1,....,... 95 CUSS, Helen -----,-,,,ff.........,,....... 51, 121, 71, 124 Dodd, Dorthea ....,,r,...,..,......,............ 98 Cfofhefs, E1'UeS1 ----- ..,............. D avis, Arthur .,..,. ....,,,, 7 5, 104, 107 Dodd, Maxine .......... 83, 109, 113, 152, Crouch, Howard ..,... ,,....... 8 3, Davis, Bette ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1 153, 154 Crouse, MCITVHI ,,,.... Y..,.... 7 5, Davis, Betty lane ..... .....,... 7 5 Dodson, .Arthur ......... ........ 5 2, 150 CFOW, GOfC1OI1 ....... ......... 7 5, Davis, Dorothy ...... ......... 5 1 Doerr, Mary lane ....... .............. 9 3 Quality Printing Does N ot Cost IT PAYS I Phone 4056 The Advocate Printing Company Gne Hundred Fifty-Nine I f I fs Tires You Wcmt OOMPLIMENTS SEE . . . W L F E A BETTY GAY The Tin' Mau SHOP C t S t F Dresses, Sportswear ROAD SERVICE 61-63 N. Third Street i Ph 2740 Newark' Ohio Conqrcxtul t t th 1 f 1940 GEORGE PFEFFER CLQTHIEB 44 North Third Street NEWARK, OHIO omddsy Dollinqs, William ........ ..,....l01 Donnett, Maxine ,.,....,.,.....,.,......... Dornan, Robert ............,.,,.,.,,... 52 Dornbirer, Mr. Bernard W ......, 41 Dorsey, Barbara .........,....,.......,.. Dowds, lohn ..,,. ............ Driscoll, Ann ......... .,,...,. 7 5 Drumm, Charles .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., Drumm, Mr. Ebert .........,.,.,.,.....,. Drumm, Henry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 119 Drumm, lean ,.... ..,,,...,.......... Drumm, lune ...... ..... Dry, lean .......,.,,,, 115, 121, 118 Dudgeon, Ned ........... Dudqeon, Robert ...... .....75 ...les Duff, Marie luanita ........ Duff, Ruth .,,,.,.,............................. Duffill, Hilda Ann .,..,..,.,. .75, 105 Dyer, Eldeen ......,.... Dwiqqins, Roland ................... Eckert, Mr. Charles A. ,......... . Eckert, Virginia .............. 52, Ecleberry, Carl ....... Ecleberry, Eileen 1 Ector, Catherine ..... Eddy, Frances .....,. Eddy, Mary ............. Edwards, Mr. P. B. Eifinqer, William Ellington, Ella ........ Elliott, Albert ........ ......,.75 15, 121 75, 122 228, 29 Elliott, Annabell ....., Elliott, Earl .......... Elmore, Fred Elmore, Mary ........ Embrey, leanne ....,... 83, 123 .......,95 ........83 ...,...,75 Farabee, Pauline ..,.... Farley, Virginia .... Fears, Cleophus ....... Fears, Luther ............... Feldner, Katherine ,.,, 52, Felty, Paul ................... Fernow, Doris, ..,.. Ferrell, Dorothy ....... 123, 105, 71 .......10l Field, Martha Ellen .,.,. ......... 5 2 Fields, Carl .....,.,,,,. ....,.,,,,.. 9 2 Fields, Gene .... ....... 5 3, 150 Fields, Ruth ,.,.,..,,,.,. ..,,,., 8 3, 119 Fields, Thomas ......... ...........,. 5 3 Finlcbone, Marilyn ,.,.. Finney, Harriet .....,.., Finney, William ...,.,... Fischer, Herman ...... 53, .. ......... 98 Fisher, Evelyn .......... 75, 152, 153 154 Dugan, Richard ...................,.. 75, Emerson, Leonard .... ............ 5 2 FiSl'19I, Miss IUIIG ee-,--,------,--------------.- 37 Dumm, Robert ,........,.,.,.... 75, 107, Emerson, Richard ...... ......,.l......... 7 5 Fisher, MCIXU19 ....-,-.. --,---,-,-,-------- 8 3 Dumm' Ruih A-'-,4,,I,,.,,,.,,Y,,,,,--,-,-,,, Englqndl Igne ,,,,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 3, 123 FilZell, MQf1hG .,.............,..............,. 83 Duncgn, Beny K, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 115, English, lean ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,.. 7 5 Flannigan, Elisabeth ,.,..... 75, 123, 109 122, 116, 121, 71, Esheimn, Dr-lie ........ ..........., 7 5 Flcmniqcm, Iumes ....,,..........,............. 98 Duncan, C5101 19511 ,Y,,,,,,,,,,, 5 ,,,,,,,, E Ssig, Donna lean ,,,,,, ............... 8 3 F1GflI'11qCiI'1, Shirley .......... 83, 123, 153 Dunn, Richard ,,,,,,,, ,, Esworihy, Thelma ,...... ........., 5 2, 105 Flanniqan, Thomas ................,. 53, 121 Dunn, Robert ............ ., Evans, Barbara ...,...,.. ..........,.... 9 5 Fl9tCh9r, lCIIH9S ..--,-,-- ------------------- 3 3 Dunwoody, Mary .,...... ......, 7 5 Evans, Betty lrene ....,.,. ............ 8 3 F100k, lC1Ck ....-.- ------- 1 01 Dunwoody, William ....... ....... 7 5 Evans, Robert ............ ............... 7 5 FOqle, Betty ..... ------ 3 3 Dupler, Mr, Homer .,,,,, ,,,,,,,. 1 Z6 Evans, Thomas ..... .......,. 7 5, 107 Foqle, Iuanita .... ...... 5 3 Dush, Mr, 1, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 U8 Evondoll, Iohn ,,,,,, .,,,,.,..,,.,.. 7 5 Forbes, Athena ...... ......... 9 5 Dewall, Norman ,,,,,, ....,,., 1 50 Ewing, Gene ,.... ......... 8 3, 108 Forbes, Linda ...... .....,.,. 3 3 Compliments of A FRIEND One Hundred Sixty-One Ford, Betty ........... ......,., 5 3, 121 113 Ford, Marjorie ..,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,. 8 3 105 Foreman, Hilda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N53 Forgraves, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,150 Forster, lris ..,........... 75, 123, 122 112 Fouts, Richard ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .975 Fraizer, Charles ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Fraley, Mae Caroline ,.,...,..,...,....,.., 92 Francis, Albert ..................,.,.., 53, 119 Francis, Betty ..,.,..,. ,.,....., 8 3, 109 121 Francis, lames .....,., 83, 113, 108, 121 Frankenbery, Evelyn .... 53, 111, 117, 152, 153, 154 Frankenbery, Richard ............... .101 Fredritz, Geraldine ......,...,....,......., 101 Freeman, Emily ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 75 Freeman, Marshall ....,,,.., 53, 120, 112 Frey, Betty tCentra1 Schooll ..,....,,. 92 Frey, Helen leon .,..,,........................ 83 Friend, Benjamin .,..., ..,,... 7 5, 150 Frizzell, Billy ..,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . H92 Frizzell, Dorothy ...,.....,.,...,....,.,..,1, 101 Frizzell, Woodrow ............ 53, 114 107 Fry, Marguerite ....,.....,,...,...... 75, 123 Frye, Jean ........,1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Frye, Virginia ,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Fulke, Mary Ann .,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 95 Fulke, Robert ..,,,.,,,.........,. 53, 106, 121 Fulton, loseph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N98 Fulton, Mary ...,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,, 98 Fulton, Pauline ........ 75, 152, 153 154 1 'Bi Furley, Viola ,,,..... Galbraith, Dale ...... Gallagher, Charles Gano, Karl ,,,,,,,,,,,, Gantt, Virginia .... Garapedian, Leo ..., Garapedian, Sadie ......... Gard, lean Mary ,..,. Garee, George ...,.. Garrison, Mary ...... Gartner, Harold ,... Gaydos, Geraldine Geidenberger, Alice Gelfer, Mr. Sam ..... Gentile, Franklin ., Gentry, Mae Edna George, Raymond... Gerber, lames ......... .75, 121 84, ........84, Gerlach, Peggy Lou .... ......... Gibbony, leanne ..,... Gilolin, Patrick ...... Gibson, Harold ........ Gibson, Hartsel ........ Gilbert, Iohn ...... Glass, Byron ,,,..., Glass, Marjorie ..... Glover, lames ..... Glover, Willis ....1. Goble, Wahneta ...... Goff, Thomas ............... Goldberg, Benjamin 75, 104 1 Good, lames ..... .......... 5 4, 104 Good, Lucille ........,...,..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. 101 Goode, Mary ,............,,.,,.1,,,,., 84, 123 Goodin, Dorothy ...... 75, 119, 153, 154 Goodin, Raymond Goodwin, Lewis .,..,..,.......,..........,.., 92 Goodwin, Suzanne ........,. 54, 113, 115, 114,122, 116, 121, 71 Gordon, Eloise ................,.,.,............. 84 Gordon, Oscar .... Gorman, Carol ............ Gould, Mary Ellen Grant, Bernice ............ Gray, Richard ..... Greeley, Frances ..... Green, Eugene Green, Sherman .. Greer, George Grey, Mary ......... Greenlee, Mary ...... .. Grigsby, Edith ..... Grove, Betty ......... Groves, lane .......... Gutridge, Charles Gutridge, Martha Gutridge, Virginia Haas, Marguerite Haas, Walter ....... 153 .. ............ .98 .......... 75, 134 133 ........84 .,,.....84 ......,.84 .,....101 Hackney, Mary Martha ......,... 54, 105, Hater, Charles ...... 119, 118 We Hope CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1940 You All Continue on to Greater Things! ATH-A-NOR GAS - OIL - COAL THE MAY-FIEBEGEPL COMPANY South 21st Street Phone 6059 Everything Pertaining to Warm Air Heating Air Conditioning Stokers lnsulation Cooling One Hundred Sixty-Two Hair, Donald ........, Haley, Kathleen ...... Haley, Wilma ....... Hall, Betty .......... Hall, Donivan ..,,...,,,,,,,,, Hall, Thelma .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hall, lohn William ......,.. 110, Hallisy, Lester ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hallisy, Robert ..,,,,. Haluczik, lohn ,...... Hanby, Franklin i.,.,., Handley, Delmar ...... Hanes, Delbert ....... Hanes, Doyle ..,.,, Hanes, Edward ........ Hankey, Mae ..,............ Hankinson, Elizabeth Hanshue, Mr. Luther ....... Hardman, Alice ,...... Hare, Basil ....,.,.,..., .....,....76, ..76, 123 .84, 104, 109, 108, ,,.,....76 .......55. ...,...84 .......55, 1 1 1 ,32, 134, Harris, Paul ,,,,,.. Harris, Ruth .......... Harter, Russell t..,... Hartman, Bonnie .,.,. Hartman, Dorthea ...,,., ,,,,...., 5 5 Hartman, lndus ....... Hartman, Marilyn ..,. .,.... Hartshorn, Donald .....,........., Harvey, Robert ,........., Hathaway, Mary Lee Hawke, Miss Mildred ........,... Hawkins, Ann ........... Hay, lanice ..,......,... Haycook, Russell ........ Hayden, George, lr. ....,,....,...,.......,. 98 Hayes, leanne .,.............. 84, Hayes, Iohn ..,..,,,. Hayes, Virginia ..... Hemingway, George ........ Henry, Millard ..........,..,. Henry, Olen ..,...... Henry, Pauline ...... 1 Henzy,1ulie ...... ....,.,., 8 4, 152, 154 Hess, August ..,..,.............. 84, 110, 108 Hess, Geraldine ............,. 55, 115, 122, 121,117, 152,153, 154, 71, 124 Hickey, Helen .,..........,.....,.,,,, 76, 122 Hideg, Betty ..1.... Higgins, lames ........ Higgins, luanita .,... Hightshoe, Bessie .. Hightshoe, Erma ...,... ....... Hightshoe, lames ,,,,,. ,,..,.. '76, 123 56, 154 56, 112 Hill, Mrs. Evelyn ..... Hill, Mildred ............ Hill, Robert ,...,r Hina, Betty ....,,. 84, 118 .......10l Hare, Edith ......... ...,.,,, 5 5, 111, Hare, Virginia ....... Harger, Betty .,,,.. Harris, Betty .....,., Harris, Mrs. C. .... . Harris, William ............ Harris, Beulah .,,.........,,.. 55, 119, Harris, Gail .....,1. .,,., Harris, lennie ......,. Harris, Nora Lee .,..... Haynes, Dale ..,.,. Haynes, Freda ......, Haynes, William .,.. Haynes, Maudie ..... Hays, William ...... ..,.,.,,,,....,.,,,, Hazlett, lean ..i,,,,. ,,,,,,,, 5 5, Hazlett, Iohn .,..,,.,. .. Heald, Robert ...... Heatwole, Owen ...... Heck, Raymond ...,.,.,. ,,,, Heckleman, Mr. E. H. Helphrey, Richard ..... Hinger Anne ...... Hinger, George ....... U76 Hinger, luanita ...... .....,... 9 5 Hinger, Marie ....,,. ,,..,..... Hinger Robert .,,,.,,, ,.,,.,.,. 8 4 Hinger, Willard ...... .....,... 8 4 Hinton, Betty .......,.. ...,..... 8 4 Hichcock, lunior .....,, ,,.,.,,.. 9 5 Hitchcock, Stanley ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, 8 4 Hobbs, loseph ........... ..,.......... 8 4 Hobbs, Margaret .,.,.,. ....,,, 8 4, 123 Hodge, Lois ........,.,, ,,,,,,,,,.,., 9 8 , 1 3 K A FRIENDLY STORE 1N A FRIENDLY CITY ing CU1lIl7fI'l1IC1llA' Of ARCADIA One Hundred Sixty-Three Hogue, Hoffer, Hotfer, Hoffer, William Charlotte Helen ,..... ...,... 5 6 lean ....... Iulia ........,. ......... Hoffman, Clifford I-loffer, Hoffman, Frederick ,........,...,......,,.,...... Holcombe, George .,,. 76, 113, 120, Holcombe, lean ....,....,,... 76, 120, Holland, Norma Holland, Phyllis Holland, William Horwitz, Elaine, .,,,.,....... 76, 113, 114, 122, Hosick, Miss Laura ..................... Hosk1nson, Donald ........,.....,, 76, Hoskinson, Reva ....,Y Hottinger, Richard .,..... ...,,,,.,.,,,,. 8 4 Houdeshell, Florence .....,.,,,.... 85 Houpt, Hughey ............,...,...,. 76, Howard, Mary Alice ,. Howes, Doris ,... 76, 123, Howes, lanice .,,,.,,,,,,, Hoy, Marshall ..... 121, 152, ........98 Hull, Robert ,.....,,,,,,,,, Humbert, Mary lo ...... Humble, Robert ......... Humphrey, lames ...., Humphrey, William ...... Hunt, Robert ......,,. Hunt, Rosalie ...,.,.,.,.., Hunter, Mr. George ,,,,,, Hunter, Lawrence ,... Hupp, Edward ..,,, Hupp, Mary ..,,.... Hurst, Neil ....... Hgllqr, Wqlter ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, H oy, Thomas ....... ..,.... 1 O1 lde, Margaret ........,..,,,.. HQHQI-I Clgfgfgce U ,,,,,,, Huber, Cl'lCI1'l9S ......... 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GRANT CO. 21 South Third Street Newark, Ohio If Il 'ith PIO-wars 1-IALBROOKS FLORISTS IVE GROW OUR OWN FLOWERS Say -5- Storo Phone 3171 12 East Church Street Greenhouse Phone 5028 286 North Cedar St Member Florists Telegraph Delivery Association 171-ti-IIIOIIJA' . . . lllztrlzvs J t"fL'C17'3' l I-IAYNES BROS. Esta-bl1'.rl1r'd 1894 12 East Park Place, North One Hundred Sixty-Nine I Pugh, Miss Rosa A .,....... Oueen, Paul ......,,.,.,.,,. .,,,,,,,, Quick, Dorothy ,,..... Radcliff, Frances ,,.., Radu, Amos .,..,...,. Radu, Mary ....,,,, Radu, Thomas ..,,,. Raikin, Miriam .,..... Ralph, George .....,...,,, "'ffQffI9s 63, Randaxhe, Yvonne ....,,..,....... 78, Raney, William .....,...... Rankin, Marjorie ............. Rankin, Martha ........ 64 Rector, Louis ......,.....,,..., Rector, Shirley ....., ....,.. Rector, Blanche ,...... Redd, lune .............,. Redman, Walter .....,... Reeders, Geraldine ...,.... Reese, G ilbert ,............... Reese, Leontine ..,......,. Reese, William Andrew Reid, Eileen .................... Reid, lean ........................ Reid, Thomas ........,., Reid, William .......,....... Reinbeau, Thelma ..... Renner, Amy .....,,...,. Renner, Ralph ..,.., Resta, Paul ................. Rhodeback, George Ricciardo, Ioseph ..., Rice, lanis ,.....,......,. Rice, Evelyn ............. Richard, loseph ..........,.... .63, 115, . 115, 116 78, 123 iff1fQf55fm 'fl52if'1'6lifm Richards, Dora Mae ,.,...,. Richards, Shirley ..,.,, Roley, Pearl Richardson, Eugene .,,,.,.., 87 Rolph, Charles ..... ,.,.............. 9 8 Richardson, lean ..,..,..,..........,..,,.,.,.. 98 Root, Eugene ..... ........ 8 7, 108 Richardson, Robert ,......,,.,.,.,..,,,...... 87 Roof. Martha .,.,.. ........ 8 7, 123 Richardson, William, 78, 114, 106 Reese, Gilbert ....... ............ 1 01 Richrich, 1-lelen ......... .....,. 6 4, 111, 71 Rose, Carl ......... .....,.,., 8 7 Rickus, Maxine ,...... .,....,... 7 8, 123 Rose, Eugene ........,..,.... ........ 1 01 Rico, Louis .....,........... .............. 1 50 Rose, Robert ................... ....,., 9 8 Rico, William .....,.....,.,.,. ,........ 8 7 Roseboom, Alice Mae ...,.. ....,..... 8 7 Ridenbough, George ...,.. ......... 7 8 Ross, Clarebelle ..,.,....,,..,..,,....,....,.. 101 Ridenour, lack ..,,...., ......... 6 4 Rothstein, Barbara ..,...,.....,..... 87, 123 Riel, Charlotte ........ Riffle, Betty ....... Riifle, Sylvia .....,. Rine, Earl ...,..,.. Rine, Gladys ....... Rinehart, lune ..... Rissler, Hazel ,,,,. Rizzo, Frank .,,.,1 Roach, lune ,............. Robb, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts, Bert .......,...,. Roberts, Charles ...,. Roberts, leanne ...... Roberts, Nina ....,..... Robertson, Carl .,,.,..,. Robinson, Harold .,.,.. Roby, Ruth ................. .......... 7 8, Rodeniser, Barbara ....... Rodgers, Arthur ..,,.,.. Rogers, Arland ....., Rogers, Dorothy ...... Rogers, William .,.. Rohan, lanis ......... Rohan, Richard ........ Rowe, Metha ...,......78, 152, 153, 154 Rubel, Betty.,....,,,..,64, 123, 111, 152, 154 95 153, Rufiner, Mildred..............64, 123, 115 Rusk, Richard....,...., ............78, 106 .,.,..,,,.10l Russell, lack Rutledge, lames 106 106 Ruton, Charles ........78, 150 .....,87, 123, 109, Ruton, Evelyn 153, 154 Ryan, Betty .,............ ..,,.,.,,......., 8 7 Ryan, Frederick 108 ,.,..,....l01 Ryan, lmogene Ryan, Ruth Sachs, Iames...,..,,.,.,,,65, 115, 114, 106 .......l01 Sager, Mr. P. 1-1. .......,..10l Sager, Paul Sampoul, Russell...,,., ..,,....65, 107 154 Sands, Margaret ,...,. .,.......,..,. 8 7 Saporito, Samuel Satterfield, Edward Scarbrough, Virginia ..,... 65, 109, 115, 114, 117, 152, 154, 71 . ,.,..........,.... 95 Schaller, George .............................. 87 Schaller, Iames 108 .,.,....87, 109, 112 Schaus, Frederick Compliments Of CRISS BROS. FEE'S Sandwiches Sundaes Cones Sodas , 76 West Main One Hundred Seventy A. P. Hess Company Mercury 8 Lincoln Zephyr Lincoln Newark, Ohio Look at flu' Size' Look af the Name Look at the Price The Kelvinator Refrigerator I O. D. 1-IOLLAR G SON Plumbing and Heating Phone 2584 Schenck, William ,..... 65, Schick, Franklin .... Schisler, Ivadel ...., Schi l M s ss er, r. Schleiffer, Martina Schmi Schmi Schne Schofi tt, Albert ..,,,,,. tt, Helen ,,,,......,. ll, Iohn ..,,,..,....,. eld, Ioan ,... 45, Schwartz, Charles Scott, Scott, Ervin ....,.,.,,..,.........,, Leah .,.,,,, Scott, Thomas ..... Scott, Virginia ...,.............. 104, 106 """ffffffffffQa ""'iQiQ"i'Aii' 65, 109, 87, 123, Sedgwick, Roger ...,..............,...... Seese, Ianet ..,,,,..,.. Seesholtz, Karl ,,.,...,.. .....87 .....98 ,....65 ...L87 Selby, Frances ...,..,..... ........... Sensabauqh, loseph .....,.,...,.,... Serfozo, Iohn .......,....................... Sergeant, William ............ 87, 108, Settles, Warren ,,,..,.................l... Sforza, Anthony .,.... Shaner, Garnett ....,... Shannon, Carl .....,.... Shannon, Donald ....,......... ........... Shannon, Elizabeth .,,,.,,,,.,,,..,., 78, Shannon, Shirley ,,.,.,.... Shannon, Thomas .... Dr. A. A. Shaw ....,,....,. Shaw, Gene .,..,,,...,.,. ......,,....... Shaw, Warren ..,l...,.,,..,.......... 65, Shaw, Marcella ...,.........,.. 78, 153, Shaw, Mary ...,....., I COlllf7ll.7llE'7l'f.S' of TEAGARDEN 'S TOC SI-IOP Dry Cleaners Phone 2207 59 Hudson Ave. WEBB ci WEBB -5- Lumber and Builders' Supplies wg-- 6th and Wilson Phone 2926 HOLOPHANE CO.. Inc. IVIINIV in NUM! of PAINTS and WALL PAPERS SC C I-lorner's Newark Paint Co. Phone 3524 38 W. Church st. SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive V THE HUB I-IUF F MAN MOTOR TRUCK SALES L. I. Huffman, Prop. I INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCK SALES AND SERVICE Phone 2565 Rear Auditorium Theater Newark, O. One Hundred Seventy-One AMERICA'S FINEST BICYCLES and SPORTING GOODS P7'1'CC?d to Please We Service All Makes of Bicycles T R A C E Y ' S Opposite Postottice MABELL RIG GS YOUNCE Tccclzcr of Sfilgfllg I CERTIFIED MEMBER OF OHIO MUSIC Shaw, Warren ,..... ..., ..... 6 5 , Shaw, Wesley ..,...,..... .. . ..... .. .. Shell, Richard ....,,. ., .... 78, 104, Shell, Paul ,............,.......,.,.............. Shepherd, Mildred .,.... 79, 123, 122, 73 Sherman, Mr. Edqarn. Sherman, Esther .... ., Shide, Helen ,......., Shields, Donald ..,.,,. Shimel, Martha ..,,,..,, Shinn, George ............ Shipp, Clyder ...,...,.., 65 Shipp, Paul .,,........,... ,....33, 107, ...65, 122 107 .87 134 U78 134, 126 118 101 108 .,.79, 114, 106 104, 106, 121, 142, 134 150 Shoemaker, Sidney ...,,,,,,......,.. 79 Shomaker, Leland Shonebarqer, Russell Shriqley, Bonnie .,.,,,, Shrock, Dorothy ,,,,,,. Shubirq, Gerald ..... Sickles, Charles Sickles, Iames ....,. Siegle, Betty lane .,., Siegle, Carol lean 101 101 154 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 519919, H1190 ----------- '--------- 6 6 Simpson, Carl ....,,.. ....,,.... 8 7 5 Simpson, Grace .. ....,,..., 95 Simpson Iaclynn ,,.,..., H92 141 w. Locust street Phone 26911 2222222 EiT,,,gig,, jjjjjjjjgi Simpson Mary ..,.... .......... 9 2 I THE G. B. HUNTER CCMPANY Typewriters R. B. WHITE LUMBER H Ro al T ewriters "Hc'adq1zm'f0r5 for Homes" Y Yp n Rentals Service Newark Utica Phone 3338 29 W. Main C Illlfllllllc 111 Opp High School Of Hamburger Init One Hundred Seventy-Two IIM'S PLACE Hats Cleaned and Blocked Shoes Shined 18 West Main Street Newark, Ohio Sissea, Marie .......... ....,... 1 01 Smith, Velma .Y............. .,.........-- 8 8, 154 St9i1'1H'1CiH7 E1-19939 -------' 671 104, Skinner, Kathryn ,,..,A. ..,...,.. 7 9 Smith, Viola .,.................. 88, 154, 112 Skinner, Robert ,,,,.A.., ......... 7 9 Smith, Virqinia tRooseve1tJ ............ 98 Steinrnan, Mariie .......,--- ----------- Slater, William ,.,,...,...................... 101 Smith, Virginia tW11SOU1 ..............,. lgg Stejnmqn William ,,,,,,,,,, 79, Slotterbeck, Charles .................,....., 66 Smith, Virginia M ..............,1,---------- Smith, Mr. C. P ................. 30, 110, 108 Smith, Mr. weyiie ..,....................... 126 Stephens' Ich? 'A"" "'AAA""' smiir, Charles Cqraduatedl .,,.,.,,,... 150 Smith, Wilma .,......,.. .......,,.,. 8 8, 123 Stephens' M0519 ----- ----- Smith, Charles ,,,.,,,.....,..i.,................ 95 Snelling, Dwight .............. 88, 108, 142 Stevens. Clarence ----- Smith,De11a Mae ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.. 9 5 Snelling, Eugene ........,1.... 66, 115, 106 Stevens, Dorgthy ,,.,,,i, ,,,,,,,,,,, Smith Edward ....., ,...,,.... 8 7 Snelling, Wilma ..,..................... 88, 105 Smith Edna .,....,. ,..........,.. S noor, Eileen ........ ........,,......,.,.. 9 2 Stevens' Gene K ""AAAl- "-'-"'A 7 9' Smith, Eileen ...... .....................,..... S noor, Richard .... .......1.,. 9 2 Stevens' Gene V' "'i"""""""""' ' Smith Elme ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,0,,,,,,,,00 ee, 111 Snyder, Ivan ....,..,,1,,,, ......,.. 1 01 SteveHS.Mf1XiHe --------e'--4--i 99, 123 Smith Enola ,....,..,.,.,.....1..1,,,,......,,.. 66 Snyder, Leland 1.,........ ...1--- 9 8 Stevens, Paul ....... ............... Smith Ellsworth ............ 66, 115, 114, Snyder, Margaret ....... ,,,.... 8 8 Siewmt Emma -.---,- -,,,- 106, 121, 124 Snyder, Robert ...,...... ..,.,.... 1 01 St 1 G ld, Smith, Mr, F. W ,,,,,i, ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,. 3 8 Spangler, Virginia ....,,.,.... ........... 8 8 ewur' O """ ""' Smith Harold ...,.. ........,.... s pangler, William ,.,,,,.,...,............,. 66 Stewart, Meflleme e---- Smith James ...l. .,...,,., 8 8 Speaks, Donald ..,............................. 66 Stewart, Rosemary ............,......... grntth, lfean ,,.,,..,...,.,,.. ....,.,.. 8 8 Epencer, Shirley ...... 88, 153, 151.11523 31111, C611-,erme -----,--,Y,,,,-, 67, 111 mith ohn M ..,..........................,..... 88 pitzer, Dorothy ,....,.,........ 7, 1 1, , . smiih Iohn Harvey ...............,........ 00 154, 71 Stiles' Efm ji """''0"""""""""" ' Smith Laverne ,,.,,.,. 60, 122, lll, 154 Sprow1s,Ann ......... ......... 7 9, 123 Stockdale' Wllhflm A--4--'-e------------- Smith, Lloyd ...........,.............,............ 95 Spurr, Bernard ..,.,,............,,..,......... 88 Stoeckmarm, Mr. George .....,.. 31 Smith, Louise .....,....... .........,.......... 7 9 Stage, Kenneth' ..................,...,... 67, 71 Stottgberry, Cqfolyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Smith, Mary .......... ...,,..,..... 9 8 Stage, Marjorie ...... 79, 123, 109, 122 Smith, Mies Nell .....,.... ......,. 3 6, 113 121 Slotlsbeny' PTM "'0' ""i""0""""' 6 7 Smith, oeeer .....,.... ,.,.,........ 7 0 Stallinq, Thelma ....,. ...,.,..,......... 9 2 Stmdefi Hffmeft -'-' '----------------i-i-' 9 5 Smith, Pauline ......Y. ......... 7 9 Stamas, Bessie .,.,......., .,....., 6 7, 115 SUUCHGY1 Kathleen -e--i-e---e- 88' 120, 112 Smith, Richard ...,,1 ,......,., 9 2 Stanley, Evenes ........................ 88, 123 Stradley, Norman ....,.......,.,..... 88, 112 Smith, Richard B. ..,......,...,...,..,......,,. 79 Starrett, Mr. Charles ....,,.....,.,.,...... 126 Stmtmerl Louise .PVYV 'vYAV.-'- 8 8 Smith Robert E. ...........................,.... 88 Starrett, lohn .....,......,.. ........ 8 8, 108 Stroud Delbert 67 smith Robert Prerilrlin .,., se, 120, 71, Sicrsel, Arnold ...... ........ 8 8, 134 , ' """ """" ' 112 Stauffer, Marian .... ....,......... 9 8 Sullivan' lemee ""'t "'t""""""""" Smith Mi. R. G ..,.,..,............. 106, 107 Steele, Florence ...,.,. .,....,, 7 0, 121 Sulliven. Williem -e------,--,,,-,-1.r--1-,-.- 95 Smith Roberil ......,.. 88, 104, 142, 134 Steele, Harold ,............. ......... 6 7, 105 Slifer, NONO11 ,................... 88, 109, 105 Smith Sylvia ...... 86, 115, 153, 154, 71 Steele, Mary lane ........,......... 79, 121 Swain, Clara Lou ,,,,,,,, 79, 123, 109, Smith Thelma .,..........,..,..,......,........ 88 Steinbaugh, Mary Elinor ,.............., 101 114, 122, 121 - ' I Complimeizts McDonnell S Of S. S. KRESGE CO. 252 to 31.00 Store 11 North Third Street Newark, Ohio LIOKING LAUNDRY COMPANY 29 North Fourth Street Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed 31.00 Phone 4045 Shoe Store Ouality Shoes Fitted by Experts 24 S. Second St. Eagle Building lvielqilvi SUPPLY co. 41 South Second Street Phone 3326 I?1f'C'f7"1'C S 1lf7f711lF.t' 81 L'1.glZf1'7ZgZ f'11'A'f1l7'6'.S' H otporzhrzi EIc'cz'1'1l'c R0f7'1'g61'Uifi0M, One Hundred Seventy-Three -5- C0111pl1'tu1en1's of F. W. Woolworth Compliments Of UNION Swain, Iames ...... . Swan, Charlene Swanbeck, Lewis ........ ,,,...... 6 7, 107 Swank, Mr. I. W . ..,.... ,.......,..,.. 3 8 Swartz, Virginia ..,,, ,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Swern, Herbert ........ ..,,..... 7 9, 106 Swern, Robert ...... ......,.......,..,... 6 7 Swick, Virqinia ................,....,.,,...,... 92 Swiqart, Shirley ..,.,.,..,.... 67, 115, 122, 71 Swisher, Dora Frances ,..,..,.....,,,.,,,, 98 'Ta1t, Iohn ...............,.,.......,.,.......1..,,.. 98 Tait, William .,...........,........,.......,..... 79 Tate, Carl ........,. 67, 121, 120, 124, 112 Tate, Harold ....,,,.,...,.,.....,.,....,....,,,,., 68 Tate, William ...........,..,...,........,...,,... 95 Taylor, Ioan .,.,. .,...... 8 8, 121 Taylor, Rupert ......... .......... 7 9 Taylor, Thelma .....,. .... .....,,... 9 5 Teel, Kathleen ....,..,.,,.......,. . .,,.,.... 79 Tharp, Madelyn ....................,..,...... 95 Thomas, Miss Eunice E .,,........,,.,,,,, 35 Thomas, Iames ..,,.,..,....,....., .......... 7 9 Thompson Gene ..............., .,..,..... 9 5 Thompson Irene Betty .....,..,.,....... 88 Thompson Betty Iuanita ........ 88, 123 Thompson, William ........,................. 88 Thompson, Evelyn .,.......,.. ,,........ 8 8 Thompson, lack .......,. .....,.... 8 8 Thompson, Joseph .,.-, ........., 9 2 Thompson, Marie ...,... .......... 6 8 Thompson Richard .....,.. ..,,.,.,., 8 8 38 South Third Street Teethmen, wubuf .....,c ,.,. ..,......,., 2 4 Tiebout, Robert ....,....,,.....,,...,,.....r,., 98 Phone 6077 Tiemann, Frederick ...........,..., 68, 104, 115, 114, 71 Tilton, Iack ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Eunfain Service Luncheonette 5' -: gorg e To The Class Best Wlshes HANDS ect-ossthetalnle " G91 In the "Swinsg"with your friends at News:-k's smartest, mst mgag png 114'-1511130010041 founfam -lunghecmeffe 1 ND,S North Street uf Malnle DanC"'S Olsen 9Am.unti1 ? E. V. 1VIcCament AMBULANCE SERVICE 1940 MCMICI-IAEL MUSIC STORE AND STUDICS 107 Hudson Avenue The Diamond Store 51 Hudson Avenue Tv Takes this opportunity to congratulate I the Graduates and assure you of Funeral Home, 117 W. Church Street our oppreoiotion of Your Phone 2081 patronage- One Hundred Seventy-Four Tipton, Leonard .,.,.... Totten, Margaret ..... Touvell, Irene 68, ...,,.,....l0l 120 Townsend, Wiley ......, ....... 8 8, Townsend, William Tracy, Ruth ......,.,,..... Tracey, William ..,..,. Tracey, Mrs. W. D. Traqer, Frederick Trefzer, Amelia ,.,.. . Trlckle, Melvin .,....... Truex, Frederick ...,, Trurnho, Kathryn ..,,,, Trumpower, Helen Tumblin, Billie Lee .. Ulrich, Eunice .,,,,..., Unternaher, Mary Upson, George .....,... 79, 80, 106, Upson, Annette ..., ,..,,,..,,. 8 0, 109, l22 121 ll8 1 1 Utts, Iohn ..........,,,,......,,,i..,. Utts, Richard ........ Vaiea, Constance .... Vaiea, Mary .,......... Vail, Avard .......,,.... VanAllen, lohn ......, VanAtta, William . Vance, Dorothy ..... Vandayhurq, Dean Vanderhoven, Melva Vanlfossen, Eloise , VanWinkle, Gladys VanWinkle, Richard 68, 71, 80, ...........l0l lane ...,.,,,,,,.l0l VanWinkle, Robert .....,. ,...... VanWy, Ferrell .,.,... Varasso, Helen ..... Varner, Leland .,.,,,. Varner, Alice ...,. 68, A Good Place To Eat WRIGI-lT'S RESTAURANT 216 EAST MAIN I No intoxicants sold THE PHIL VOGELMEIER COMPANY TRANSFER CS STORAGE 39 So. Buena Vista Street PHONE 5063 C0mpli14fze1zts l Of MAYBOLD SHOE STORE This is what a young fellow, who was always well-dressed, said: Yes, I feel well-dressed because I always buy my wearing apparel at Merrill R. Montgomery I Lfunzbrr mzri B'z11'Iders' .S'11ppI1'vs I 130-138 North Cedar Street Get It From MURPI-IY'S It Pays A food market for more than half ct century MITCI-IELL'S "East Side Square" -Established 1886- MURPI-IY'S One Hundred Seventy-Five Varner, Richard ...,.,. Varner, Robert .,.,., Ventura, Iames .....,.. ,.......80, Vermilion, Dale ....................,... 80 Vermilion, Helen .......... 80, 120, Vermillion, Frederick Vermillion, Paul ........................... Victor, Geraldine ...,,.. Villars, lames ....,... .. Villars, Ruth .....l.....,...........V..,...... Vintilla, Mary lane ,....... 89, 153, Vogan, Elsie ,....,................,,Y,...,. Vogan, Virginia ....,. .....Y,....,.... Vogel, Elizabeth .,,,.. .. Vogel, lack ........i,.. .. Vogel, lames ...r........ .. Vogel, Iune ..............,,... ,- VonShriltz, Marjorie ..,.... .. Waddell, Betty .,,,....... .- Wade, Francis ..,....... .. Wagers, Betty ,...... .. Wagers, lohn ........ ..... Wagers, Virginia ..,.........,.........,,,... Wagner, Marjorie ...........,,,.,.,........ Walcutt, Mrs. H. ,...........,,............. . Walcutt, Thomas .........,.. 68, 106, 120, Waldren, Roy ....., A,Y,.,.,..,. Walker, Betty ....,... ...,. Walker, Calvin .,.. ...........,... Walker, Emma ........,..,,,. Walker, Earl ..,,,,. ....... 6 8, 106 Walker, Wilma ,,.,,,,,..,. Wallace, Betty ..,,... ..... Wallace, Helen ..,..... ...,,.,,,...,...... Wallace, lean ..,,.,.......,.....,,.,,........ Walt, Marjorie ..,..,., 80, 123, 114, 121, 154, Walters, Grace .,.,.... 80, 123, 109, Walters, Marjorie ............ 80, 122, Walters, Ray ,.........., Walsh, Robert ,.... Walz, Carl ....,....,... Walz, Robert .,..,.. Ward, Betty ............ Warman, Donald .,.,,, Warner, Richard ...... Warnock, Laura ...... Warthen, William ....... ......,.. 6 8, 114 Watson, Freda ,,,,,, Watson, lune ....,,., Weakley, Elsie .,,,..,. Weakley, Homer .,,.., Weaver, Mr. George ..... Weaver, Mildred ...... Weaver, Owen ...... Weaver, Robert ....,, Webb, Edith .,....... Weekley, Helen ..,,.,. Weekly, Kathleen ,..,, .,....... 6 9, 118 Weekley, William ..,. Weiant, Edmund ...., Weiss, Dorothy .....,. Weiss, Thomas .....,., Wells, Daizie Ann .,.,.. Wells, Linda ...,........ Wells, Robert ...,.,, Welch, Betty ,..,..,,., Welsch, Donald .... Welsch, George .... Welsh, Ferrell ..,,,,,,,, Welsh, Jeannette .,.,, Wentz, Douglas ,.,,,,,, Westbrook, Kathryn Westlake, Iune .,.... Weston, Donald ...,. Weston, Marjorie ....... Weyersmiller, Richard Wheeler, Raymond ..., White, Edrie ...,.,.......,., White, Marjorie ,...,,..., White, Mary .,.,...,.,,... Whitehead, Mr, Willis Whitmer, Dexter ........ Wieber, Rose Mary .. Wilhelm, Mr. Leonard .. .,....,., 89, 120 ., ,.,,,,,.,..,....... 95 ., 1........ 89, 123 Wilkin, Donald ......,.,..,,.. , Wilkin, Elizabeth 89, 112 Wilkin, Elmer ..,.,,,.. .,..,... Wilkin, Ethel ,,,,,,.,l05 Wilkin, Kenneth Williams Williams Williams ..,.,,..lOl .. ............,., 80 Williams, Wilkins, Russell ,.... ,....,.. Willard, Robert ..... ..... Willey, Robert ....,,. ..... Elsie .,,,,,,., .,,,, Doris ,,,,.....,..,, ,,,.,,..,..., james ,,.....,,...,.,...,..,.... lean ...,.,.. 69, 115, 122, 121,118,152, 153,154 Williams, Kathleen .,,,,,.....,,.. Williams, Mary Lee ........l0l Williams, Myrtle 123 ,,,.,,.10l Williams, Richard ,,,.,,.l0l Williams, Willie . .,.....10l Willison, Madalyn Wilson, Arthur Wilson, Donald CRooseveltl... Wilson, Donald tHigh Schooll Wilson, Maxine .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Wilson, Wilson, XVilson, Wilson, Richard ...,...., Wilson, Sadie .....,,.,,.,..,,,...,...,,. Virginia ....,................ Virginia lRooseveltl, Virginia K. tSophomorej Couzplimclzts of the COLLEGE OF Newark Bargain Shoe Store 27 South Park Place DRINK . . 625 IN BOTTLES Coca-Cola Bottling 1 Works Phone 5049 Newark, Ol'1iO One Hundred Seventy-Six COMMERCE Sjwzzsowfr' by BI1.YlAl1U.S'Sl11L'lI Summer Term Opens lune 10 Fall Term Starts Sept. 9 SAWYER'S MARKET "Good Food Is Good Healltlf' llllllIllIlllllllIllIlllllllIIIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll 393 East Main Street SHOP SEARS' cmd SAVE THE SMITH CLEANING COMPANY "The Place of Crea-z'c1' Caren Newark, Ohio Phone 2758 P. SMITH SONS LUMBER CO. Established 1865 SCl"Z'l'lIg l.l.C1?i1lg County OPM' 76 Ymzxv BUILDING MATERIALS AND DEVOE PAINT Phone 3736 L. O. L. P. Cfllllfllilllfllff of NEWARK UNITED TIRE CO. . ei- Distriloutors of PHARIS TIRES NED STEELY, the shoe repair man, says, "If you 'ZUCZIZI to jvralctifv 0601170171131 ih your f00fTQ'UUl',, buy high quality shoes. Then. have 1'Cf7Ul.1'Cd as needed-'J STEELY'S 32 North Fourth Street COIIIPIIIIIIFIIIS Of Pounds Flower Shop Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 C0IIlf7Zl'lllClZf.N' of SAFETY BRAKE SERVICE COMPANY 55 So. Fifth Street Brakes, Steering Frame and Axle Service Fender Repair Wheels Rebuilt PHONE 3587 NEWARK, OHIO One Hundred Seventy-Seven Wilson, Virginia R. Uuniorl .......... 80 Wright, Marie ........., 89, 152, 153 Wilson, William ......................,,...... 80 Wright Raymond ......,.,.......,,,,,,, Winn, William ....,.,.,...,... ..........,..., 9 8 Wright, Virginia ..,,..,. ...,....,,..., Winn, Mr. W. B. ..,.,..... .............,... 1 26 Wright, William ............,,....,..... 89, Winter, Robert ...,...,.,...,.......... 80, 112 Wyant, Phoebe lane ...,.,.......,..... Wintermute, Dorothy .,r,,,,....,.....,..,. 80 Yarger, lean ....,,,,.,,...,,.... 70, 122, Wintermute, Eleanor .,.,,, ..,........, 8 0 Yates, Phyllis ......,. ................. Wintermute, Earnest ....,..,..,...,.....,... 98 Yaus, Mary ,.... ............,...,....... Wintermute, John ,.,.,.,...,.,..,......r...,.,. 89 Yockey, Betty .....,.......,......,...,,..... Wintermute,,Robert ,,,,,,,..,..,.,..,,..... 134 Yost, Iason ................ 89, 108, 120 Wise, Fred .,.,,,..,..,.... 69, 115, 120, 112 Young, Beatrice .....,..................... Wise, Robert .....,.,.,1,...,,... 89, 120, 112 Young, Eileen .......,....,,............... Wohrley, Melville .,.........,.......,,...,. 101 YOUHQ, Lillian ..... ..........,... Wolf, Paul ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Young, Phyllis ,,,,.,,, ,,,,..,........., Wolfe, Iames ,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89, 108 Zeiher, Paul ..................,... 00, 107, Wolfe, Margaret Leo ,.,.., 80, 133, 117, Zimmefmflflf HGTYY ---------,---"1.----- 152, 153, 154 Zipperer, Mary ........... ........,. 7 0 Wolfe, Sidney .,..,,.....,........,.,,.,,,.,.... 80 Wolfe, Thomas .....,.....,....,,.. L92 Wolfe, Wallace ....,,..., ...,.,., 9 5 Wolford, Thomas ,.,,,, ..,.,,.,,,., 9 5 Woltjen, Bud .,...,..,.,,., ,,....... 1 49 . wottjen, Mr. Harry ...,..,i i.,...... 1 ze Congratulations to Wolider, Kathryn ...... ,,,,,,,, 9 2 Woodard, Frances ,,,, ...,.,r,,,, 8 9 the Class of Woodward, Evelyn ,.,.,,.,.,.,,,,.,.....r.,, 89 Woodyard, Ioan Karl ..,,..,.,,,,., 69, 104, 106, 134 Woodyard, Richard ,,..,, .,..,,,,,,,.,,, 8 9 Woolard, Beth Anne ,,,,,,.............,...r 70 ' Woolard, Iacqueline ,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 89, 123 Woolard, Iustine ....... ..,,,,,, 8 9, 133 Worden, David ,.,,,,. ,....,...,,.... 8 9 Wofdm Dom ----- ----e-e-e-te 8 9 cnuncntrlrtu STS-PHONEQOB2 Worden, Walter ,,,, ...r,.,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Workman, Albert .,,,.,, ,.f,,,r,,, 8 9, 108 Wright, Helen ........ .........,,..,,,., 9 2 NEWARK' OHIO Wright, Kenneth ...,, ,.,,,.,,r, 8 0, 107 COlllff7Il.l'll6HfS of THE PHARIS TIRE AND RUBBER CO. 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