Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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'A . .. ., . -'- ' -" Page Three CONGRATULATICDNS SENIGRS D H O T MUELLEES ELUQRESCENT LIGI-ITINGS GIVE BEST RESULTS Cool -1- No-Glare -:- Comfortable TI-IE IVIUELLEB ST UDIG 35A d T12921 newark gflgfg Cgclzoof THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION A. P. HESS Ford-Zephyr-Lincoln , PHALEN Sf CUNNINGI-IAM Chevrolet ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. DeSoto-Plymouth SPOHN ci MORIN Buick CURRAN MOTOR CO. Olds-Lc1ScrHe RUGG MOTORS Pontiac RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Studebaker E. A. BRYAN MOTOR CO. Dodge-Plymouth C9-AQ QUQl!!Q NEWARK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Newark, Ohio ,iff .7 Iv,s.y.R, Wm - ,,.g44Z,7 J T 1949 1 F ,"'pi"- '41 5' r ' H' 1 9' 'f A.. :fer Rim' if 2. ggi, it ,dA A pg ,gud-W-, f-fnfaff-mww: Hr" F." T'i.'31'f?.T'1:rf7+"'F vi- E' . 1 6" IM' L. ijlf.j,V,.- my A -..,:L1-u- wg V ..-'31-,Q , 'ff',,j9, A ' -wnfiu gg .X 1- Aga- ismf " Ax 3.112455 I 3 PJ -"lf" 1 av? ' is ag 5 if .gf , "' , j1,5-H2 421 fi ,fin- U . 2 xx 1'f --".- -4 : 'T 5 M11 2 -fi '. 1' 1'-is ' " ' if V 'I -5114411 " . 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Burke Golf Company, The Callander Cleaning Company Carlile Furniture of Bug Company Carroll, Iohn I., Department Store City Rapid Transit Lines Crane-Kreig-Flory Company Criss Brothers Dairy Bar Donetf's Home Bakery Dowling Music Company Edmiston Book Store Company, The Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Evans Drug Stores Firestone Auto Supply 6: Service Stores Gift Box tZJx2e1'l isers Grant, W. T., Company Gutliph and Henderson H-albrooks Florists Hamburger Inn Haynes Brothers Hermann, George Hess, A. P. Company Holland Furnace Company Hollar, O. D. and Son Holophane Company, lnc. Horner's Newark Paint Company Hub, The Hul1's Hunter, G, B. Iim's Place lohnson, C. M., Lumber Company King's Kresge, S. S. Company Liberty Grill Licking Laundry Company, The Loos Coal and lunk Company McCament, E. V. McDonnell's Shoe Store Page Ten Qu, McKim Supply Company McMichael Music Studio Mackenzie Diamond Store, The Maybold's Shoe Store May-Fiebeger Company, The Mitchell, I. M. Montgomery, Merrill R. Mueller Studio Murphy Market 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, The Ohio Power Company tj?c!verlz'sers Riley's Bakers Rutledge Bros. Safety Brake Co. Scott Furniture Company Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Smith Cleaning Company, The P. Smith's Lumber Co., The Star Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Stewart Brothers and Alward Company Style Shop Superior Welding and Machine Company Tate, E. L. The Gas Company Tracey, Walter D. Union Electric Shop Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Vogelrneier, Phil., Company, The Penney, I. C. Company Pfetter, George Pounds Flower Shop Rankin and Rankin, lnc. Webb and Webb White's Studios Williams' Music Store Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. -f4,,'7 M 053, 14,10 if .1 'Fw- Wi' ,a -C V'-450' . r ." 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There's a goodness about them you can feel as well as see. lt's always been our contentions that you don't have to pay a lot tor quality clothes. These clothes are new, bright, right for the times and you. And they're quality clothes. They're worth every penny of the price . . . sometimes more. Buy cannily and carefully your Ser- geant's wardrobe . . . you'll save money in the long run, money you can use for Defense Bonds. Qusiness Staff Marie Atskott Betty Ayers Marjorie Barrett loseph Billows Pauline Boggs Adelaide Chilcote Mary lane Doerr Georgia Edwards Grace Gentile Virginia Hare Lois Hodge Helen lohns Martha lones lackie Kramer Charlotte Kuhn Geraldine Minor Margaret Myers Charles McCartney Martha Priest Mary Shaw Carol lean Siegel lacquelyn Simpson Ruth Smith Margie Steinman Maxine Stevens Melva lane Vander Hoven Dazie Ann Wells lacqueline Woolard lustine Woolard Page Twelve Ruth Anderegg Patricia Bauman Lewis Goodwin Iohn Hazlett Mary Lou letters Robert Ienkins Mary Ellen Kreager PHOTOGRAPHERS William Bolton Gerald Bonham meveille Staff lohn Deering, Associate Editor Norton Suter Ann Marshall Paul Miller Wilbur Mitchell Patricia Norpell Eugene Root Fred Ryan Virginia Scott ARTISTS Barbara Dorsey lacqueline Simpson STGRE 9 Q wmu l-PAPER " THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS" Page Thirteen WHY IT PAYS TO SHOP AT P E N N E Y ' S Operating Over 1600 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 un- necessary handling. You are sure our standards never vary. You are always sure of first quality merchandise. You find the same values in every Penney store. Your purchases are safeguarded by our laboratory. 6 8 IO EAST PARK PLACE You don't pay for storekeeping frills. You don't pay credit office expense. You don't pay for delivery service. 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 assortments. You always are offered the newest fashions first. You are always sure of courteous service. You benefit from our 36 years of experience. Your local Penney store has nation- wide prestige. NEWARK, OHIO x Compliments of the CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES Page Fourteen W A Motto for All "God give us men! A time like this demands Strong minds, great hearts, true faith, and ready handsp Men Whom the lust of office does not killg Men whom the spoils of office cannot louyg Men who possess opinions and Willsg Men who have honor - Men who will not lie." RUTLEDGE BROTHERS Sellers of Guaranteed Clothes and Furnishings Phone 3755 21 South Park Pg St C7119 gymnasium Cgfze CS3fClC!l.UI'7'l , t 'e4ei1ifi4:Eg12QIlg5a,p"1Ig el i AV,v::.1' 2212537 if 9 A table model on study desk speeds homework. Use 100-watt bulb. . ,. How To Make Homework Easier If your children are having trouble with their home- work it may be due to poor lighting. Better check up on it today and see what a difference good light can make. A certified I.E.S. lamp with at least a 100-watt bulb supplies scientifically designed lighting that is kind to young eyes, makes homework easier, and may even produce better grades. ne OHIO Powsk Ca T ref CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1942 Wishing them success and happiness for the future The IOI-IN TI. CARRGLL Store Page Eighteen Qui' heartiest Congratulations to the graduating class with best Wishes for much success and happiness for their future. Owens - Corning Fiberglas Corporation manua! grts CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1942 May Your Future Be Built On That Sure Foundation You Laid For Yourselves In Your Work At Newark Hiqh SUCH IS THE WISH Of NeWark's Bia Furniture Store That Boosts of Having EVERYTHING FOR the HOME I' I-I Efbf 'BRO S. STEWARQI mmnn CE THE ARCADE df UNIUN BLDIIK NEWARKD 1906 I942 Good GAS Service helps make better Iiviria in this time community. QLQM Www d:l1cAs D 'rTt'r 1 ..lT7' PAYS'!t',b P T T l ISTRHH 1 ADL 5555 AE 'grams' cum? E N T H 0 'WE5 Qgdoreworcf THE ANNUAL STAFF OE NEW- ARK HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS TO THE STUDENT BODY THE REVEILLE OE NINETEEN HUN- DRED AND EORTY-TWO. THE PURPOSE IS TO PORTRAY BY MEANS OE PICTURE AND STORY THE WORK AND ACTIV- ITIES OE THE STUDENTS WITH TH.E HOPE THAT IN YEARS TO COME THIS BOOK WILL SERVE AS A REMINDER OE EACH ONE'S DAYS SPENT IN NEW- ARK HIGH SCHOOL. Cbecfica tion To Mr. Albert B. Long The Reveille of nineteen hundred and forty-two is respectfully dedicated. Mr. Long has been affiliated with Newark High School since 1910. He is the director of physical education and coach of the Cross Country squad. In addition, he supervises the intramural basketball team and the inter-class baseball. Mr. Long studied at Purdue Univer- sity, Bradley Polytechnic, Ohio State University, and the University of Wis- consin, and received his B. A. degree from Denison University. Mr. Lonq is an official for the Ohio Conference and Buckeye Association in football, bas- ketball, and baseball. Page Twenty Five Ht tlze Tnicroplaone ADMINISTRATION Stacey Conrad, Walter H. Keller, S. M. Wolfe, P. B. Edwards, Dr. R. W. lones, Mrs, Evelyn Hill, George Weaver, Walter Deweese Board of gcfucation The Board of Education is composed of tive prominent business men who take care ot the financial problems and expenditures of the schools. They for- mulate all policies for the schools. They also approve of appointments made by the superintendent. Dr. R. W. Iones is president of the Board, and Mr. Walter H. Keller, asso- Pace Twenty-Eight ciated with the Holophane Company, is vice-president. The other members are Mr. George Weaver, Manager of the Oil Well Supply Co., Mr. S. M. Wolf, owner of the Wolf Tire Shop, and Mr. Stacey Conrad, owner ot Conrad Drug Store. Mrs. Evelyn Hill is clerk of the board. C911 p erin ten cfent P. B. EDWARDS B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University Page Twenty-Nine i Paqe Thirty QI' 1.41 c f FREW C. BOYD BA., Ohio Wesleyan University MA., Ohio State University Graduate work at Ohio State Uni versity and Columbia University ijice-tGDf'z'ncz?z9r1l esoses sToEoKMANN BA., Denison University Th.B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, University ot lllinois Graduate Work at University of Wisconsin. MA., Ohio State University Biology Page Thirty-One W I Qielsfiii 1. . ' ' 11 f mrs. ,- -'-- f 1 item , 0' . ... ,Q 1 X .. 'HQ .33 5- ' x Bertha L. Crilly A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University English Iournalism ..S,..,.: Dorothy Billet A.B., Ohio Wesleyan M.A., Ohio State University University of Michigan English .... , ,... V a Edward Stradley B.S., Muskingum College Ohio University English History Edwyn Dickerson A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University History Civics Commercial Law Page Thirty-Two Eunice E. Thomas A.B., Ohio Wesleyan M.A., Columbia Universit Ohio State University English J' --tt 11... ie -. is .2 1--- Nell Smith B.S., Ohio University Miami University Columbia University World History English Y 5 f . .Q Helen Lavin Mildred Hawke Ph.B., Denison University Ph.B., University of Chicago English English Stewart A, Cox Ruth l0hf1?0n I I A.B., onerbein cottage AB-. Cqrmcl Unwersltv Denison University Dffmflcmcs , Ohio State University Public Speckmq English Enqllsh Speech Dramatics , Florence Boyd Rosa A. Pugh LUNG E- Hoslck , , B-S., omg University Bs., Muskingum coueqe A-Bl, DGYHSOH. UHIVSTEITY M.A,, Ohio State University Ohio State University A-MA, UYHVGISIKY Of CIHCCIQO University of Wisconsin Denison University gimfgncun History and Modem HiSf0TY American History and ff1VlCS World History f Civics American History i f A T ? ..,. at I, . '-Iliff' i V . . Sarah S. Krieg Poulme MCCTQUQY I A.B., Denison University C. P. Smith A-Bi, Denison University' M.A., Ohio State University A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Univ. M,A.A, Ohio State University Wells College Ohio State University I-Utlfl French Latin FYSHQFA German Debate SPGHISTI Geometry O. I. Barnes B.S., Ohio Wesleyan Univ. Cornell University- Columbia University Ohio Wesleyan Biology I Business Mathematics G. W. Brown B.Pd., Franklin College Mathematics Practical Business B. W. Dornbirer B.S. in Iournalism, Ohio State University B.S. in Education, Ohio State University Salesmanship Personal Bookkeeping Retail Selling Wendell Hawk B.S. in Education, Wilming' ton College Industrial Arts Q it Pegg " at + iv 'N K 5 2 '55 M 2 ff' ,M K -w e e. . ' -' if f ..,... ' is 1 -41 tok is 1 F. W. Smith M.A., Ohio State University Chemistry Loyd G, Millisor Rochester Normal Univ. C. E. Amos, Ph.D. I. W. Swank B.S., Denison University Ph.B., Mount Union Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio Wooster State University Mathematics Physics Practical Science .l.l..l. than Lui 'H 1-- .qigem ' . QQ Q egg, Mary L. Huffman Bliss Business College P. H. Sager A.B., Liberal Arts, Head of Commercial Dept. Columbia University Ohio Northern University Typewriting Stenography B.S., Commerce, Ohio Stenography Typewriting Northern University Bookkeeping 4 .,., Q 56 .F ' 5 . S ' ite ' W ' Ti? 211: ' . .. H' C' St' Clan Margaret Lamb IFFHU FiSh5f Wooster College BS ' H E ' BS in Home Economics B.A., Ohio State University ' ' m. Ome, Conomlcs ' I - - . Education Ohio State U ' Ohio State University Sfokkereplgq Home Efonomics mv' University of Wisconsin T ensvgrgp Y Dean of Girls Ohio State University YP mg Home Economics Office Machines W. I. Brown Dean of Girls Charles A. Eckert B.S., Bradley Polytechnic Philip R- Anderson B.S. in Education, O1'1i0 Institute B.S., Ohio State State University Industrial Arts M.A., Ohio State M.A., Ohio State University Industrial Arts Director ot Industrial Arts Page Thirty-Three , . 53 Q b v l xi . .5 . Q f. s A , sk veg X ' 'Q it " , , 5 W K QA , 9 Georgina Hickerson Luther Hanshue Edgar Sherrnan C, E- QU Bachelor ot Science and B.S. in Education, A.B., Muskingum College AHB-I Muskingum Couege Education, Ohio State Univ. Wittenberg College Ohio State University Ohio State Universigy Art History H1SlOYY Sociology Economic Geography Assistant Football Coach Sqlesmcmship Football Coach Track Coach Economics Athletic Director A. B. Long Florence Myer Dwight Campbell Wendell M. lone-s B.A., Denison University B.S., Michigan State Normal B.S., Ohio University, B.S. in Education, Ohio ghig Stage University Denison University Cincinnati Conservatory of University ur ue niversity University of California Music N E l d C Bradley Polytechnic M.A., Columbia University Band otevlliliusricg on Onservmory Uglsgingltyoioi Wisconsin Girls' Physical Education Supervisor of Vocal Music Physical Education 2 1: I C25 ' Sam S. Gelfer Edith McCaughey Blanche Hills Mary E. Barnes gistitu? it Applied Music, M.A., Ohio Wesleyan A.B. aid M.A., University Secretary to Principal ew or University of Mic igan Instrumental Music Bookkeeping B.S., Western Reserve Uni- Paqe Thirty-Four versity Library School Librarian gn the .Zrmy Stewart Cox Major Iohn Lorr, Lieut. lames Passmcm Headquarters Squadron 1515 13th. S. Apt 2 Co. E, Quartermaster School 3rd. Air Base Group Lubbock, Texas Camp Lee, Va. ASN - 15,040,395 Florence, S. C. This year men have been taken from every occupation to serve in the United States Army. School teachers have not been exempt. Three members of the faculty ot Newark l-liqh School leit sometime during the past year to serve their country. Mr. lohn Lorr and Mr. Iames Passman joined the army early in the summer. Mr. Lorr taught art, and Mr. Passman taught French, Ger- man and English. Mr. Stewart Cox, who taught English, speech, and dra- matics, left for the army in Ianuary. Mrs. C. B. Moody, Mrs. Ralph W. Schisler, Mrs. Charles Harris, Mr. Frew C. Boyd, Mrs. Harland Tiebout Page Thirty Five Ol,M'SQ.S' gl'lgllSll The purpose of the course in English is to improve the student's reading abil- ity, his writing ability, and his ability to give talks before an audience. The course introduces to the students the right kind of reading and acquaints them with the greatest thinkers of all time. In the sophomore year the work con- sists of the use of grammatical princi- ples and of oral and written composi- tions. Literature is divided into several types: such as, the drama, novel, and short story. The basic idea is to de- velop a skill in interpreting from the printed page and to enlarge the vocab- ulary. In the junior year in the college pre- paratory class the students get a more mature view of grammar and literature. In literature a narrative poem, a Shakespearean play, a novel, and the writings of American authors are studied. The commercial course emphasizes composition and correct business us- age. lt provides for the immediate language needs of the pupil and of cer- tain future vocational needs. The Industrial, class in English is taught to read, write, and speak cor- rectly, stressing grammar and spelling. Composition based upon vocational work, two novels, and American litera- ture are studied during the year. The students are expected to write two long papers based on reference ma- terial and many short compositions in the senior year. The literature consists of the works of English authors. There is a review of functional grammar, also. Other parts of the English course are dramatics and public speaking. ln pub- lic speaking all types of speeches, such as, informative, convincing, humorous, and entertaining, are given by the students. At the end of the year many of the students are given the opportu- nity to enter state contests. In drama- tics the students are given the back- ground of the theater and learn of the important people in its history. This year the class is presenting the Christ- mas play. Iuniors and seniors have the oppor- tunity to take journalism. The course gives the students a chance to do some Page Thirty-Six of Study creative writing and learn more of newspaper work. To learn how to read a newspaper ,the class studies the New York Times and has tests on current events and vocabulary every week. The class also writes the articles for the weekly news sheet. Jo Feigfl language F our languages are available for study by the students: Latin, French, German, and Spanish. Latin Book Two is studied the second year, while the third and fourth years offer the orations of Cicero and Vergil's "Aeneid", respectively. A two-year course in French is offered. The first year stresses gram- mar and vocabulary, while the second year places more emphasis on litera- ture. Two years of German may also be studied, the first of which supplies the pupil with the essential grammar and vocabulary needed for the translations which are made the second year. Spanish is a new subject offered this year. lt also is a two-year course, the first stressing the fundamental grammar and vocabulary and also revealing some of the cultural background of South American countries. The second year is composed of advanced read- ing, grammar, and literature. cgjociaf Science At a time like the present when many historical events are being recorded, there are few courses which are more interesting than that of the social sci- ence course. The Social Science course includes the studies of modern history, world history, American history, economics and sociology, general history. Civics is also offered with the American his- tory course to seniors. ln the past modern history was offered to juniors, American history to seniors: however, this year the Ameri- can history course was introduced to the juniors in order that they might take problems in American democracy in their senior year. In order to graduate a student must have two units of social science. CSlC'I,9flCe The three departments of science in Newark High School are biology, chem- istry, and physics. Biology teaches the scientific method of thinking and shows how man has progressed since this method of thinking has come into prac- tice. Chemistry and physics put sci- entific thinking to practical use and accustom the student to their use in everyday problems. When one studies a science he must first be open minded. Then he must observe both sides of a question and gain proof of a subject before he finally reaches his conclusion. mGfhQI7ldtiCS The mathematics Course includes Today's Geometry, plane and solid geometry, and advanced Algebra. To- day's Geometry teaches the principles of geometry Without demonstration: plane geometry teaches the apprecia- tion and use of geometric forms and the problems connected With them. Solid geometry, offered only to the juniors and seniors, is a continuation of plane geometry and dwells on figures of three dimensions. Advanced Algebra gives the background for higher mathematics such as trigonometry and calculus. The purpose of mathematics is to teach the students to think clearly and logically. Page Thirty-Seven 0 Gommerczal When a student has completed the commercial course, he is prepared for bookkeeping, stenography, and sales- manshipg in other words different phases of office work. The sophomore learns the general procedure of every day business. I-Ie builds a foundation with the studies of sociology, economics, economic ge- ography, and commercial law. The junior centralizes his study on the principles of business. The subjects required are bookkeeping, business English, salesmanship, typing, and shorthand. The senior concentrates on technical work in his course. l-le has a choice of specializing in bookkeeping, short- hand, and retail selling. His office prac- tice work consists of the following: Burrough's calculator, multiple key adding machine, dictaphone, mimeo- graph, multigraph, ditto duplicator, fil- ing and comptometer. Efficiency and accuracy in all his work are his main objectives. This final preparation equips him for the position he desires to obtain er graduation. Home gconomics The home economics course in the high school covers all phases of activi- ties 'carried on in the home, the course having begun in junior high schools. ln home economics X the personal problem of the adolescent is studied, with such problems as home living, maintaining health, sharing certain household activities, maintaining safe- ty, and being able to administer first aid. The home economics Xl is the study dealing with living at homey such as, making friends, living with one's family, sharing school and community activities, meeting personal and family clothing needs, and assuming a respon- sibility for some household task. The last year of the home economics course involves the problems of making a home and the relationships in making it by managing the family income, managing the activities of the home, choosing the house and furnishings, caring for children, and providing an adequate diet for the family. Thus, in three years a complete course of the home has been offered through the study of the three meals a Page Thirty-Eight day, of nutrition, of family marketing, of consumer buying, and of child's care, food, clothing, and training. ln addi- tion the class is taught how to assume all the daily tasks concerned with the home and with home life. rqncfustrlal .grts When first entering the High School lndustrial Arts Building and listening to the hum of its many activities, one might imagine that he is surveying a vastly diversified industry whose crafts- men have been magically stripped of their age until they appear as young- sters. Probing more deeply into the problems and program of industrial arts education one finds a laboratory in which students are working and learn- ing-a laboratory in which progress is not measured in products of steel and Wood, but in which students learn to work and plan and live constructive lives with their contemporaries and fu- ture workmen. ln other words, the pupil is now the product. Materials are but the essentials for whetting his interest, developing his work habits, abilities, attitudes, and stimulating his interest to further endeavors. Equipment has been added for study, investigating, and building in automo- tives and machine shop, forging, foun- dry work, sheet metal production, weld- ing, electricity and radio, ceramics, printing, drawing, photography, woods, finishingmand whatever else comes to the attention of alert instructors and students. Insofar as is possible, equip- ment in our schools is now the same as that found in offices and shops. Today's school system tends to stim- ulate the creative impulses of the stu- dent and to acquaint him with the es- sential factors of local and national life. To accomplish these objectives, the student is permitted and encour- aged to develop his own program, to plan his own project, and to progress, step by step, to its completion. Only in this way, it is believed, can the im- portant characteristics of initiative and sustained interest, and necessary work habits be developed. But essentially, industrial arts in the schools is not a workshop for the pro- duction of finished craftsmen. Instead, it is a laboratory equipped with many types of equipment where students may La ,... .,.. 5. LQA experiment and ultimately find the field in which they have the greatest interest. Many go on in later years to substantial positions in industry, se- cure in the knowledge that they have selected wisely. Industrial Arts must offer a better understanding ot voca- tional choice through experimentation, and develop an appreciation of good design and orderly procedures. lt is a broad program, and a broad objective. But industrial arts education has come tar apace from the routines ot the past. Perhaps the horizons of the tuture Will he more quickly attained. Page Thirty Nine tmlrysicaf galucation and .gtlzletics The program of physical education tends to develop the health and char- acter of the pupil. The physical educa- tion program is now divided into two phases of activities. One of these is the participation in activities on the gymnasium floor: the other is the in- struction in hygiene given in health classes. The gym classes are designed to aid in physical development and to pro- vide activities for hobbies in leisure time. During the gym classes the girls participate in volleyball, basketball, baseball, ping-pong, dancing, badmin- ton, and shuffle-board. The boys en- gage in basketball, baseball, volley- ball, and gymnastics. The objects of the health classes are, first, to acquaint the individual with those general conditions and rules of personal welfare which may aid in complete mental and physical devel- opment, and second, to improve the environment of the school and com- munity in order to protect and promote the health of the pupils. muszc Through the school orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Sam Gelfer, pupils interested in stringed instruments are afforded excellent opportunities and valuable experience. The orchestra played for chapel programs this year and several of the members have been chosen for the personnel of the Licking County Philharmonic Society. Under the supervision of Mr. Dwight Campbell, the band members receive a deeper playing knowledge of stand- ard and symphonic music, in addition to enriching their cultural sight reading. The band added much pleasure and enthusiasm by playing for basketball and football games throughout the year. Three of the members won first place in the District Music Contest at Delaware. The Glee Club, directed by Mr. Wen- dell Iones, consists of about one hun- dred members and meets in the audi- torium twice a week. Each department offers excellent op- portunities for any interested student to enrich his own cultural life and to stim- ulate his natural talent. Thus the indi- vidual obtains a better understanding and a deeper appreciation of the art of music. Page Forty 4944 rize Zwards T The Harvard Cup, which is awarded each year to the best all-around boy, was given in l94l to Edward Allen. This award is given to encourage attend- ance at Harvard University. The students who had the highest av- erages based on their work during the three years in senior high school were Marjorie Walt and Elizabeth Elannigan. The Eta Sigma Pi Fraternity ot Deni- son University awarded a medal for the highest average in tour years of Latin. A medal was given to both Marjorie Walt and Elizabeth Flannigan since their averages were the same. The prize for the highest average in advanced French was given to Eliza- beth Flannigan. A prize oi tive dollars, awarded by the German Maennerchor each year to the student with the high- est mark in German, was merited by james Buck. The Roosevelt history prize was awarded to William Richardson and june Redd, the boy and the girl having the highest averages in American his- tory. To Marjorie Walt was presented the William E. Miller Memorial Prize of twenty-five dollars, which is awarded each year to the student having the highest average in tour years of English. The Leland Baxter, lr., memorial award, given to William Richardson in 1941, is awarded to the boy or girl who Page Forty-Two . has done the most outstanding work in lournalism. He must have been en- rolled in Iournalism in his junior and senior years, have at least an average rating in his other subjects and com- plete the college preparatory course. Constance Vaiea was the winner of the Commerce award, merited by her excellent work in the commercial course. The winner is judged accord- ing to his adaptability for a life career in business, his application, and his grades during the three years of high school. Max Davidson received the Athletic Award, which is presented each year to the boy graduating with the best ath- letic record. For her outstanding work in debate, Marjorie Walt merited the National Forensic Key, sponsored the last year by Dr. William I. Kennedy. This key represents a Degree of Distinction, one hundred fifty points being necessary to receive it. Elizabeth Mercer received the Flo- rence King Memorial award which is given each year to the senior who has done the most outstanding work in the field of dramatics. George Shinn and William Richard- son received scholarships to Kenyon College for successful work in competi- tive examinations. Cgjenior Glass Cgfjgcers PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT Norman Stradley Angel Athan SECRETARY TREASURER Kathleen StradIe'y' Ierold Christman Page Forty-Three t MM' Page Forty-Four Ruth Anderegg "Ruthie" Lovely to Look At Great GroanfCats Student Council '4l-'42 Debate '40-'41 Der Deutsche Verein '41-'41 Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Home Room Offices- Pres, '42 Play-Night of Ian. 16th Business Staff '40 Annual Staff '41-'42 Hockey '40-'4l4'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '4l National Honor Society '42 Girls' Athletic Council Robert Garfield Anderson "Bob" or "Bobby" All Star Strut Great Groan-"' Carey' Me Back to Old Virginny" College Club '42 Bird Club '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Eloise La Verne Andrews "Ellie" All the Tbingr You Are Great Groan-Bernie, Wavey, and Nuisance Girls' Baseball '40 Girls' Volleyball '40 Margaret Pauline Andrews "Margie" Angel Child Great Groan-These Hand- some l?l Men Dramatic Club '41-'42 G-Y-A '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Virgil Armstrong "Virg" or "Army" Don't Ark Me Why Great Groan4Writing to my brother in the Army Bicycle Club '41-'42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Patricia Ashley ,tpmsyu I'm Nobodyk Baby Great Groan-"Undertone" Science Club '4l College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girls' Rifle Club '41 Room Agent '4l Hockey '40-'41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Ted Angeletii "Ange" Lightly and Poliglally Great Groan-Getting an oral talk for English Varsity Basketball '41 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Barbara lean Applegate ,.Appie,, Strawberry Blonde Great Groan-Skating at the Mill Mimeograph Staff '42 Hockey '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '41-'42 Girls' Athletic Council Angel George Athan "Angie" Hey Pop! I Dalit Wanto to Go to Work.' Great Groan-Old Man's Cave fcafel "N" Club '42 French Club '42 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Junior Hi-Y '41 Slijphomore Hi-Y, Treas. Home Room Offices: '41 Pres., '42 Vice-Pres. Class Offices: '41 Treas., '42 Vice-Pres. Class Treasurer '41 Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '4l Varsity Basketball '42 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '41 Marie Atskoff "Shorty" Liltle Bit of Heaven Great Groan- "SPEAKerS" and "Cheer Leaders" Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Room Agent '40 Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Betty Mae Ayers "Windy" 011, Thore "Aim" Great Groan-That Eng- land Girl's wacky jokes that utterly drip fthe dripl with corn Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girls' Baseball '42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Vonda Charlotte Bachelor "Bach" 0, Lady Be Good Great Groan-"Hinkie" Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 lean Annette Baird "Jeanie" l I Happen ta be m Lore Great GroanfN.l-I.S. Drum Major-LM. G-Y-A '42 Girl Reserves '40 Girls' Archery Club '42 Band '41-'42 Edgar Earl Baker "Eddie" Everyone Wanz,r lbe Key to My fGame Ro0m?j Great Groan-Ioking with Arthur Laverne Horne Seesholtz "N" Club '42 Dramatic Club '42 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Junior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi'Y '40 Home Room Offices '41 Treas., Class Play-Senior Room Agent '41 Bicycle Club '42 Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '41 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '41-'42 Intramural Basketball '41-'42 Tennis '42 Iunior Eugene Barber "Barb" On the Beam Great Groan-English, History Mimeograph Staff '42 Orchestra '40-'41-'42 Band '41-'42 Bicycle Club '42 losephine Irene Barrett NIO., Ola! What a Lmfely Dream Great Groan-My Sister and I fHi, Margie-l G-Y-A '41-'42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Home Room Offices '41 Sec. Glee Club '41 Pres. '42 Mariorie Louise Barrett "Margie" Green Eye: Great Groan-My Sister and I fl-li, lol Home Room Offices- Treas. '42 Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Patricia Edytha Bauman "Sprinki" I Gotta Go Home Great Groan4Pigeons Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girl's Archery Club '41 Annual Staff '42 Bicycle Club '40 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '41-'42 Max Bearden i,MoC,t Do I 1Vorry? Great GroanfGetting up in the morning! Will Rogers High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma: Hi-Y, Rifle Club, Band, Student Council V-Pres, Vikings fSocial Clubl Robert Alfred Bebout "Bezzy" I Can Dream Can't 1? Great Groan-Listening to Angie Athan's jokes in public speaking Room Agent '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Ronald Lee Bebout "Ronnie" Scazzerbrnin Great Groan-"Leander" Orchestra '40 Band '40 Bicycle Club '41 Dorothy Lillian Beeney "Dottie" I Why Should I Complazn? Great Groan-Watson, we have something in com- mon College Club '42 G-Y-A '42 Patricia Mary Belt "Pattie" Ain'l She Sweet? Great Groan7Thaf cer- tain Menu, Mart! Student Council '42 Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Girls' Rifle Club '41 Girls' Basketball '42 George Bibart HBCU See, lbe Conquering Hero Comer Great Groan-Trying to keep out of the office "N" Club '38-'39-'41 Chairman Home Room Offices Pres. '41-'42 Varsity Football '38-'39-41 Reserve Football '37 Varsity Basketball '39-41 Reserve Basketball '38 Track Squad '38-'39 Page Forty-Five Page Forty-Six Rose Anna Bieberbach "Rosie" Samezimar I'm Happy Great Groan-My hair on rainy days Alice Billingsley "Billie" String of Pearl: Great Groan-Jealous hearted boys Lancaster High School Glee Club '40 Girl Reserves '39 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'42 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41-'42 Marilyn Louise Binger "Bing" Claalterbnx Great Groan-Nickel's worth of P. B. C's Please ll-Ii Taylorl Debate '40 '41 Science Club '41 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40 Girl's Archery Club '41 Home Room Offices Sec '42, Room Agent '40 Hockey '41-'42, Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-42 lame-s M. Bixler "George" Give Me Time Great GroanfSleeping in study hall Sales Organization '42 Pauline Vivian Boggs HPOHYH You Made a Tourbdown in My Heart Great Groan-"BeCause of You" Dramatic Club '41-'42 G-Y-A '42 Girl Reserves '40 Home Room Offices- Vice Pres. '41 Needlecraft '42-Vice Pres., Room Agent '42 Business Staff '42 Iournalism Staff '41 Mimeograph Staff '42 Multigraph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girl's Volleyballe '40-'41-'42 William E. Bolton "Bill" Taint Whatcb Do IFJ the Way You Da It Great Groan-Getting used to Eastern War Time Salesmanship Club '42 Annual Staff '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Intramural Basketball '41 Gerald Bonham pert?" ' T In m ztizng an 11 0 t e World P f Great Groan- The changes being made Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Salesmanship Club '41-'42 Bird Club '39 Annual Staff '41-'42 Boys' Baseball '39 Harold William Bonifant "Buzz" I Want ia Live Great GroanfPeople who get up on the Wrong side of the bed Robert Nathan Boyd HBOb,, Far He'.r a jolly Good Fellow Great Groozn- Monday Morning Chloa Virginia Braden Hpeqgyf, Girl wllb fb-e Dreamy Eyer Great Groan- Bob's Wise Cracks Salesmanship Club '41-'42 Dorothy Evelyn Braid "Dottie" The Lorely Great GroanfThe object of my affections- "Bette, Mary G Sonny" Science Club '40"41 Needlecraft Club '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Cheering Section '40-'41 -- Girls' Basketball '41-'42 Girls Baseball '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Lois Irene Brandt "Bunnie" Saddle Your Blue: to a Wild Martang Great Groan-The lack of time for those hikes in the country Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girls' Rifle Club '41 Room Agent '41 Hockey '41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 lames Walter Branscorne "Pidgje" Wat: 4 Know, joe Great GroaneCertain persons who say these "Neckers" bore me QE. W., M. BJ "N" Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '4l Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '40-'41 Varsity Basketball- MGR '4l"42, Reserve Basketball-MGR '40 Robert lames Brucker "Bobby" In My Merry Oldrmobile Great Groanflieepinq juice in "Lena" Room Agent '40-'41 Band '40-'41-'42 Harold Bumgardner "Bummie" All Men, All Things Great Groan-Not enough holidays Bicycle Club '40 Robert Franklin Burden .Bohn Na More Great Groan-An icky on the faculty that thinks l'm a jerk Intramural Basketball '40-'41 Bette leane Burdine "Burdine" Deep Purple Great Groan--Dorothy, and solving problems fscholastic G personall Science Club '41 Cheering Squad '41 Iournalism Staff '41-'42 Girl Reserves '41-'42 Madison, Nebraska-1940 Mary Catherine Burkhart "Blackie" or "Burkie" I'm Singing Great GroanABeckley and waiting tor "Friday" to come Glee Club '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '41 Nancy lean Butte Yau're My Pal Great Groan--Pineapple Hair Cuts Glee Club '42 Girls' Basketball '42 National Honor Society '42 Margaret Cagney ficugn Somebody Lover Me Great Groan-Doesn't everyone know? U. HJ Girl Reserves '40 Cheering Squad '40 Girls' Volleyball '40 lane Anne Callander "Muifie" jackffonj 0' Diamondr Great Groan-Peter Grant at ll p. m. Needle Craft Club '42, Pres., Room Agent '41-'42 Rodney Eugene Callander "Rod" Devil May Care Great Groan-Crankinq I. Christman's Ford Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices- Vice Pres. '42 Room Agent '41 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Betty Camlin "Cammy" Elie Girl in the Tooth Pane Great Groan-It's too peaceful in the country Student Council '41-'42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girls' Rifle Club '41 College Club '42 Girls' Basketball '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Bill Campbell "Will" I Dreamt I Dwell in Marble Hall! Great GroanfEastern War Time Page Forty-Seven Page F orty-Eight Regena Campbell "Ieanne" Pu! It Dawn in Writing Great Groan-Being called Regina instead of Regena Debate '42 Science Club '41 College Club '42 Home Room Offices- Treas. '41 National Honor Society '42 Wayne M, Campbell "Boss" Mnliny an the Bandrland Great Groan--Music and the Draft College Club '42 Orchestra '40-'41-'42 Band '40-'41-'42 Glee Club '41 lerold Christrnari ,fcripu Dream Man Great Groan-Those Hand-outs" at the Natoma "N" Club '41-'42 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Junior Hi-Y '41 Senior Hi-Y '42 Varsity Football '40341-'42 College Club '42 Reserve Football '39 Varsity Basketball '42 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '41 Dorothy L. Clark "DOlty" Eary Deer It Great Groan-U. S, Marines Girl Reserves '42 Home Room Offices- Treasurer '42 Needlecraft '42, Hockey '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40f'4l-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Athletic Council luanita I. Clark UNH.. Bring Me Bark Tboxe Won- derful Dayx Great Groan-The Gang Girl Reserves '42 Home Room Offices- Vice Pres. '41 Needlecraft '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Baseball '41 Girls' Volleyball '42 lames Reynolds Cooper "Coop" Swingin' in a Hammock Great Groan-Beans and potatoes or potatoes and beans Student Council '41-'42- Vice-Pres., "N" Club '41-'42, College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40- Vice-Pres, Home Room Offices- '42 Pres., Iunior Class Pres, '41, Varsity Football '41-'42, Reserve Football '40, Varsity Basketball '41-'42 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '40 Tennis '41 George Cotterman ,,Dup,, The Girl Friend Great Groan-Being in High School four years Home Room Offices- Pres. '40 Intramural Basketball '39-'40 Thelma Geraldine Cotterman "Gerry " I'nz U11 at llae Crack of Dawn Great Groan-Waiting for Friday night Salesmanship Club '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Hockey '40 Mary Winona Cougill "WlHU" Ifr the Baker Boy for Me Great Groan-Being lonesome Girls' Basketball '40 Girls' Baseball '40 Marjorie Courson "Margie" Eany, Meeney, Miney, Mo Great Groan-Smith's bad boy Girl Reserves '42 Room Agent '40 Neecllecraft '42 Bonnie lean Courtright "Courtie" Take Me Ont ta the Ball Game Great Groan-Keeping trace of Bobbie Hender- son's boy friends Debate '40-'41-'42 Dramatic Club '41-'42 Salesmanship Club '42 College Club '42 Girls' Basketball '40 Gertrude leanne Cramer ' 'Gertv" It'J a Hap-Hap-Happy Day Great Groan-"Class may be excused" Need Glee lecraft '42, Club '42 Girls' Basketball '42 Girls' Baseball '42 Girls' Volleyball '42 WWA4 4' lohn T. Cramer HI T ., Powerbaufe Great Groan-Keeping sputter-juice in ye olde Chevy Der Deutsche Verein '41 Salesmanship Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi4Y '40 Bicycle Club '40 Ross E. Crampton "Axle" When My Dream Boat Comer True Great GroanfThe old Ford and zero weather Boys' Baseball '40 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 William Crawmer "Bill" Thereh' a Great Day Coming Great Groan-The high school swimming pool that isn't Senior Hi-Y '42 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Bicycle Club '42 Charles Creeger If I Knew Then What I Know Now Great Groan-Guy Lombardo and the fourth floor water fountain- they're both drips Salesmanship Club '42 Howard Crouch " Crouch" I'z'e Gaz a Pain in My Saw' dart Great Groaneli Superman can't get in the Army, what are we going to do? Salesmanship '42 Cheer Leader '40-'4l-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Room Agent '40 Cross Country Squad '41 Track Squad '40 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 lames Oliver Curry HMOSH Hallehyala, I'm a Barn Great Groan-French Fried potatoes and steak "N" Club '42, Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42- Pres., Science Club '41 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '41 Track Squad '4l Boys' Baseball '40 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Helen Marguerite Davis "Pea 'Ween Lad y rn Red Great zym C Groan-Not enouah lasses Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Lillian Davis ' 'Davey' ' Where Great Aml Groan-Keeping up with Dr. -1 Salesmanship '41-'42 Sidney H. Davis "Salvador" Boy Meet: Horn Great Groan-Freight trains across East Main Street Student Council '42 College Club '42 Home Room Offices- Secretary '42 Band '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Merle Christine De Board "Skipper" Do You Know? Great Groan-Practice hour Glee Club '41-'42 Iohn Louis Deering "Dink" Burning the Midniglal Oil Great Groan-Only 24 hours in a day National Honor Society '4 College Club '42 Room Agent '42 Annual Staff '41-'42- Associate Editor Gloria Del Monico ,,De1,, Frerb A: a Daisy Great Groan-"Air raids at Bonnie's" Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41-'42, Room Agent '4l-'40 Girls' Basketball '41-'42 Girls' Baseball '4l4'42 Girls' Volleyball '41-'42 2 Page Forty-Nine lohn Lewis Dowds "lohnny" Itir So Peaceful in :he , Country Great Groan-Boys that bother my girl Band '40-'41-'42 Alice lean Dry "lean" How "Dry" I, Am Great Groan-1-History cmd skating Girl Reserves '38-'39 Edward Clinton Dudgeon "Ned" Wbirtle While You Work Great Groan-A certain bicycle Sophomore Hi-Y '40 ltfllintion Picture Operator: Robert Francis Dunn "Bob" Wham New? Great Groan-Eighth- Period Study Hall Reserve Football '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Room Agent '40-'41 Roland Dwigqins "Bob" The Saddeft Man in Town Great Groan-School on Monday morning Ella Catherine Ellington "Kate" and "Ellie" Sweeter! Little Brown Eyer Great Groan-Waiting For My Ship to Come In Annabell lane Elliott "Annie" Give Me lbe Wide Open Spacer ' Great Groan---These "Taye-ees" Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Room Agent '40-'41 Glee Club '41-'42 Earl I. Elliott Great Groan-Book- keeping Bicycle Club '40 Intramural Basketball '40 Mary Alice Elmore "Meddy" Swing High, Swing Low Great Groan-The Male Species Knitting Club '41 Phyllis lane England ' 'Ianie" Tbere'll Alwayr Be an Eng- land Great Groan-Windy Ayers' Personality and Rascality Girl Reserves '40-'42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Room Agent '42 Mirneograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Donna lean Essig "Donnie" I Poared My Hear! Info a Song Great Groan-People who call me Donna College Club '41-'42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Glee Club '41-'42 Betty Irene Evans I Looe Life Great Groan-Present tense of "should" fSchall-erl Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Bird Club '41-'42 Home Room Offices- '41--Secretary Gene Norman Ewing "Sugar" Wine, Women and Song Great Groan-My own conceited self. P.S. I-li Girls! "N" Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices- Pres. '41, Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '41 Track Squad '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Ruth lane Fields "Ruthie" Are You Havin' Any Fun? Great Groan-Green Eyes Salesmanship Club '40 Girl Reserves '4l-'42- Treas. lournalism Staff '4l Mimeograph Staff '42 National Honor Society '42 Harriet Virginia Finney "Short " I Could, Write 4 Book Great Groan-Quoth the teacher, "You are wrong" Glee Club '42 Cheering Squad '41 Winitred Maxine Fisher "Tootles" I Hear a Little Voire Great Groan-Book Reports Girl's Archery Club '41-'42 Room Agent '40 National Honor Society '42 Martha Grace Fitzell "Fitzy" Keepin' Ou! of Mixcbief Great Groan-"Being Pickle" Salesmanship Club '41-'42 Home Room Offices- Treasurer '40-'41 Room Agent '40-'41-'42 Shirley lean Flannigan S. I. Dorff Make Me Laugh Great Groan-The "Boo- gilie Woogilie Pigqies" Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42- Vice-President Girls' Archery Club '42 Bicycle Club '42 Mimeoqraph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '41-'40 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Charles E. Fleming "Charlie" Bouncing Boyanry Great Groan-knov Schmoz Ka Pop Der Deutsche Verein '42 Dramatic Club '41-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Betty lane Fogle "Beck" Did Anyone Call? Great Groan-Not enough square dances Ann Linda Forbes "Lindy" My Hero! Great Groan-Virginia's Singing G-Y-A '42 Girls' Archery Club '41-'42 Vice-President, Glee Club '41-'42 Home Room Offices- Secretary '41 Betty Louise Francis "B. F." Good Eoenin' Good Look- ing! Great Groan-Good Heavens, I lost something else! Student Council '4lA42 Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 Science Club '41 G-Y-A '41-'42-Secretary Home Room Offices- '4l President, '42 Vice- President Bicycle Club '40 National Honor Society '42 lames Willard Francis "l. W. or lim" Don't Le! Old Age Creep Upon You Student Council '42 French Club '42 Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 Science Club '41 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Junior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Bicycle Club '40 Red Cross Council '40 Cross Country Squad '42 Helen lean Frey Hleann Why Should I Complain? Great Groan-Trying to make Dot hurry Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Page Fifty-One Page Fifty-Two Dorothy lean Frye -"Dot or Dottie" Stop, lt'.r Wonderful Great Groan-Lowering the draft age Home Room Office- Vice-President '41 Glee Club '41-'42 Bicycle Club '40-'42 Needlecratt '42 Cheerinq Squad '41 Girls' Volleyball '42 George Thomas Garee ,Tommyu Anylblng Goex Geraldine Gaydos "Gerry" Lizzie Girl Great GroanwBeinq only 4 feet 10 inches tall Grace Alma Gentile "Gracie" It Will Come to You Great Groan-Ray George Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Needlecraft '42-Treasurer Raymond E. George "Cat Man" The American Hero Great Groan-T. Reid's- Pfeffer Stories "N" Club '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore l-IifY '40 Varsity Football '41 Reserve Football '40 Intramural Basketball '40-'41 lames Gerber HI C .f Me and My Shadow Great Groan-Keepiri' Kids Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42 y y Dramatic Club '41-42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore l-li-Y '40 Marjorie Louise Glass "Glassy" For the Fir!! Time in My Life Great Groan-Not being able to catch up with D. V. W, Cheerinq Squad '41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Mary Lucille Goode "Goode" "Good" Night Sweeflaeart Great Groan--That Glass who sits in front of me Girl Reserves '40-'42 Bird Club '40-'42 Mirneograph Staff '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Raymond Lewis Goodin "Goodie" Somelimer 1'm Happy Great Groan-Goinq to Civics and Bookkeeping Mimeoqraph Staff '42 Daphne Carole Gorman Hpugn Lel'r Dance Great Groan-Criticizinq Relations fHi Riell Sales Organization '42 Girl Reserves '41-'42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Bicycle Club '40 Hockey '41-'42 Girls' Baseball '42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Mary Iosephine Greenlee ,,TO,, Mary? a Grand Old Name Great Groan-That "Goode" Girl Girl Reserves '40-'42 Bird Club '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Attendance Club '41 National Honor Society '42 Mary lean Gard "leanie" A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody Great Groan-Elsie and her horse College Club '42 G-Y-A '42 Girl Reserves '41 Girls' Archery Club '41 Bicycle Club '40 Art Class '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Cheering Squad '41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Iames Grimm "Cur1y" Far He'J a jolly Good Fellow Great Groan-Giggly Girls Betty lane Grove Charming Lillle Faber Great Groanflieepinq "Hi-Shoe" on the beam Sales Organization '41-'42 Needlecraft Club '42 Dorothy lane Groves "Ianie" I I Wanna Hear Swing Song: Great Groan-That look, that way, and him, a "Brand" all his own Girl Reserves '41-'42 Charles Haier "ChUCk'l Dan't Ark Me Why Great Groan-Waiting for the bell Sales Organization '41-'42 Donald Eugene Hair ,,Bud,. Variety if the Spire of Life Great Groan-Finding a history class to sleep in Home Room Offices- Treasurer '4l-'42 Reserve Football-Mgr. '39-'40 Varsity Basketball '41 Reserve Basketball '40 Boys' Baseball '41-'42 lohn William Hall "Bill" I Dorf! Wfant to Set the World on Fire Great Groan-Trying to crowd 36 hours' work into r24 eve y Student Council '4l-'42- Treasurer, "N" Club '40"4l-'42-Secretary Debate '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 President Soph. Class '40 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices- '4l-'42-President Room Agent '40 Business Staff '40-'41 Bicycle Club '40 Red Cross Council '40 Track Squad '40 Cross Country Squad '40 William H. Hall "Stacey" Eary Daer It Great Groan-Keeping Ray George's Car Going: Retueling and Pushing Canton McKinley Golf Team '41 Swimming Team '41 Mary Lorraine Hamilton "Lonnie" Fairefi Dangbzer of the Grace: Great Groan-Not enough study halls Girl Reserves '42 Journalism Staff '41 Mimeograph Stott '42 Girls' Basketball '40 Girls' Volleyball '40 Lillian Virginia Hare Hnnnyf. fOne of tbel Ten Pretty Girl: Great Groan-You're in the army now Girl Reserves '41-'42 Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Volleyball '42 National Honor Society '42 Iennie Harris When Did You Leave Heaven? Great Groan-Onions, my picture, Guy Lom- bardo and Lana Turner Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Iournalism Stat! '42 National Honor Society '42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Russel Franklin Harter "Russ" Watching the Clark Great Groan-Teachers who won't let you explain Bonnie lean Hartman "Bon" All Drefxed Up, Spif and Spun Great Groan-Rhymes without reason College Club '42 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41-'42 Bicycle Club '4l-'4? Page Fifty-Three Page Fifty-Four Donald M, Hartshorn ,Donn Gallo Get Home Great Groan-Trying to pass senior English Intramural Basketball '42 Bicycle Club '39-'40 Mary Lee Hathaway To iz Sweet Prelty Thing Great Groan-Spinsters and spinach Debate '40-'41-'42 Science Club '41-'42 College Club '42 G-YAA '41-'42 Girl Reserves '41 National Honor Society '42 Iarnes William Haynes ,,Biu,. My Fiddle il Broken Great Groan-Binger and lurv Student Council '42 Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, Science Club '4l Vice-President, College Club '42, Vice-President, Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices '42 Secretary, Room Agent '40 Orchestra '41-42 Bicycle Club '40 Track Squad '40 National Honor Society '42 lohn Hazlett .flohnnyu Ma, She! Making Eye: of Me! Great Groan-People who go steady, week by week Science Club '41 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Intramural Basketball '40-'42, Book Club '41 Room Agent '42 Annual Staff '41-'42 Bicycle Club '40 Olen Henry Tbere'll Be Some Change: Made? Made Great Groan-English, Sociology, Bookkeeping Golf '39-'40 lulie Ann Henzy Inrpimiion Great Groan-"You Are My Sunshine" Science Club '41 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Home Room Offices- '42, Vice-President, Annual Staff-'41-'42 Editor, National Honor Society '42, President Hockey '40-'4l-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 August Paul Hess ,,Gus., On the Farm I Plow and Sow-it ir a Pity Great Groan-Haynes's haircut Student Council '41-'42 Debate '40 Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, Senior Hi-Y '42 Treas., Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore '40, President Bicycle Club '40 College Club '42 National Honor Society '42 lames Lowell Higgins 1QCIY" Red Cap Great Groan-"Bush- whackingu Senior Hi-Y '42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Room Agent '39-'40 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Erma Leona Hightshoe "Hi-Shoe" Dfeomzng Outbound Great Groan-Keeping Betty Groves in the Groove Salesmanship Club '42 Bird Club '41-'42 Knitting Club '42 Glee Club '41-'42 Charles Robert Hill HBCU, The Hillr of Home Great Groan-Girls in general Science Club-'41-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Business Stati-Manager '40 George Hinger "Butch" Mood Indigo Great Groan-Sophomore English Intramural Basketball '40-'4l-'42 Robert Hinger ..Bob,, A Romantic Guy, I Great Groan-Getting those long assignments Salesmanship '41-'42 Mimeograph Stati '41-'42 Willard I-linger "Will" My Budd y Great Groan-Short Girls Intramural Basketball '41 Betty Virginia Hinton "Bet" and "Bets" I Never Knew Great Groan-Pessimistic People Bird Club '40-'41-'42 Room Agent '40 Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'42 loseph Frederick Hobbs when fur! a Kid Named joe Great Groan-Brooks' girl troubles Salesmanship Club '42 N.H.S.-Y.M.C.Ai Rifle Club '41 Walter Holler "Waldo" Happy Day! Are Here Again Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, Glee Club '39-'40 Bicycle Club '39-'40 lohn Allen Holton "Holton" My Way Great Groan-One never knows, does one? Sales Organization '41-'42 Henry Hook "Hank" If I Were King Great Groan-That straight and narrow path Student Council '41-'42 Pres. Debate '40-'4l-'42 Science Club '41 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y Pres. '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Office '41 Vice-Pres. National Honor Society '42 Oscar Horst "Ossie" Water Boy Great Groan-Spending fifth periods in the audi- torium Debate '40 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Vice-President Science Club '41 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Varsity Football Mgr. '42 Home Room Office Sec. '42 Book Club '41 Florence Houdeshell "Flossie" Ain't We Go! Fun Great Groan-Certain peo- ple Mimeograph Staff '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40 Mary Francis Hull "Mamie" Give 4 Little Wbirtle Great Groan-Station Wagons and Aunt Polly Debate '41 College Club '42 G.Y.A. '41-'42, Treas. Science Club Pres. '41 Girl Reserves '40 Room Agent '41 National Honor Society 42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Neil C. Hurst Micke.. Yadeling Cowboy Great Groan-Women Bicycle Club '42 Margaret Anne lde "Peggy" Peg" 0' My Hear! Great Groan-Other peo- ple's secrets Bicycle Club '39-'40 Bertella Lee lauchius "Bert" Frugile Great Groan-Ask Helen! G,Y.A. '42 Girl Reserves '4l Girls' Archery Club '41 Treasurer '42 Room Agent '42 Bicycle Club '40 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 National Honor Society '42 Page Fifty-Six Clarence Edgar layries ,.Bud,, For He'f a jolly Good Fellow Great Groan-Running out of gas on dark roads. Boys' Rifle Club '40-'41-'42 Track Squad '39-'41 Cross-Country Squad '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '4U-'41 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Helen lohn "Iohnsey" Take Care Great Groan-You'd be surprised Business Staff '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Hockey '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Athletic Council National Honor Society '42 Eleanor R. Iohns "Iohnnie" You're 4 Sweetbeurz Great Groan-Unexpected callers Mimeograph Staff '4l4'42 Eileen Rosalie Iones "Ionsey" When My Dream Boat Come: Home Great Groan-I like the name lones, but too many other people have it Herbert Iones "Herb" Sweet or n Song Great Groan-Iunior Eng- lish and "Baldy" Abbott Robert Iones "Ionsey" Mort Gentlemen Don'i Like Love Great Groan-Listening to "Waldo's" bird imitations Boys' Rifle Club '40-'41-'42 Sec'y-Treas. '40 Townsend Adair Iury Hlerryn Nobody Know! de Trouble I Got Great Groan-Athan, 5c dope "N" Club '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 Varsity Football '40-'41 Reserve Football '38-'39 Reserve Basketball '40 Track Squad '41 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '41 Senior I-Ii-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Ottizes '41 Sec. '42, Pres., Room Agent '41 Charles Raymond Keaser "Charlie" An Automobile Har Two B? Eye: When You Ride 4 ifyele Great Groan-Vas you dere, Charlie Salesmanship Club '42 Boys' Rifle Club '41 Intramural Basketball '40-'41 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Betty lane Keller Laughing at Life Great Groan-It's a secret Band '40-'41-'42 Glee Club '41 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Raymond Kelley HRQYH Am I Blue Great Groan-Being called machine-gun Salesmanship Club '42 Home Room Office '41 Treasurer Intramural Basketball '42 Bicycle Club '4l-'42 National Honor Society '42 Franklin Miller Keyes "Barney" If I Were u Bird Great Groan-Rationing of automobile tires Der Deutsche Verein '40-'41-'42 Science Club '40-'41 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore I-li-Y '40 Track Squad '41-'42 Cross Country Squad '40-'42 Intramural Basketball '39-40-'41 Bicycle Club '39-'40 National Honor Society '42 Ruth Lois Kistler "Ruthie" A Kin' in lbe Dark Great Groan--Going to school by the "light" of the moon" fE.W.J Debate '40 Girl Reserves '40 Pird Club '41 Class Play '39 Rose Mary Kovreg "Rosie" My Sweet Repofe Great Groan-Chapel, when I haven't got my lessons Library Club '41 Girl Reserves '41-'42 Needlecratt '42 F.H,A., Utica '41 Carolyn Christine Kuppinger I'1fe Got to Think Il Orer Great Groan-Those vile crew cuts Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Corresponding Sec. Room Agent '40 National Honor Society Naomi Ruth Lahley Ahrolulely Great Groan-Home Ec. class Mimeograph Staff '42 Richard Oscar Lange "Dick" Toot lhdl Tfumpei Great Groan-People who kid me about my hair tM.V.l "Madelene" Salesmanship Club '42 College Club '42 Orchestra '41-'42 Band '37-'38-'39-'40-'41-'42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Robert Lawrence "Shorty ' ' Cut OD' My Legr and Call Me Shorty Great Groan-Oh, pot! rth Martha Lehman "Marty" Girl Who Took oz Serond Look Great Groan-Columbus and Mills Debate-'40 College Club '42 Library Club '41 G.-Y.-A. '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40 Annual Staff '41 Bicycle Club '41 Hockey '40 Girls' Basketball '40 Girls' Volleyball '40 Betty Helen Lescody "Shorty" Lan with Delimte Ain Great Groan-Being spe- cific Girl Reserves-'40-'41-'42 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41-'42 Vice-President '42 Beatrice Leving ston HBGGH Oh Dear What Can the Maller Be Great Groom-Your guess is as good as mine Girl Reserves '40-'42 Girls' Archery Club Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-52 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 lack Dennis Lewis "Ionathon" I Don'I Care Great Groan-Iamison in tourthrperiod study hall Home Room Offices Vice-President '41 Room Agent '40 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Hi, Ma a I l College Club '42 losephme Lewis MICH Varsity Basketball '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Look for the Silver Lining Boys' Baseball '41-'42 Great Groan-Waiting for Intramural Basketball '40-'41 Bicycle Club '41 Millard Lee "General" Never No Lumen! Salesmanship Club '42 Boys' Baseball '40 Intramural Basketball '41 the month ot Iune David C. Linn "Lindy" Don't Le! It Bother You Great Groan-Taking care of George Schaller when Dick Van Winkle isn't around Science Club '42 Senior Hi'Y '42 Page Fifty-Seven Page Fifty-Eight Kathryn Loos HKGYH Shall I Lirten? Great Groan-Dopey Dreams Girl Reserves '40-'42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Dorothy lean Mcllyar "Dort" Everytl9ing'.r Obey Dokey Great Groan-My nick- name Bicycle Club '39-'40-'41 Pearl Mary Louise Mac Donald SlJe'.r Na Trouble Great Groan-You'd Be Surprised Salesmanship Club '40-'41 Business Staff '39-'39 Knitting Club '40-'41 Ann Marshall "Marty" You Stepped 0141 of u Dream Great Groan-Incense Student Council '42 Dramatic Club '4l-'42 G-Y-A '41 '42 Pres. Home Room Offices '41 Pres. Annual Staff '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Susan lane Martin Hsuen Softly! Great Groan-Elsie and her "Buckie" Girl Reserves '40-'41 Corresponding sec. '42 Sec. G.Y.A. '42 Girls' Rifle Club '41 Iournalism Staff '41 '42 Editor Bicycle Club '42 Hockey '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'4l-'42 National Honor Society '42 Helen Massalas "Duchess' All in Fun Great Groan-War Time Dramatic Club '42 G-YAA '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40 Richard Allen Meacham "Dick" Slap, Look and Linen Great Groan-Homework Bicycle Club '41-'42 Betty Miller "Shorty" Gee, But You're Swell Great Groan-Transcrip- tions and Shorthand Home Room Offices '41 Secretary Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'42 Girls Reserves '39 Frances Pauline Miller 1'll Gel By Great Groan-Making up my mind. Salesmanship Club '42 Knittina Club '39 Howard Robert Miller "Howdy" Relax I I D02 Great Groan-"Bones' Science Club '41 College Club '42 Senior Hi'Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices Vice-Pres. '42 Intramural Basketball '39-'42 Ken neth Miller "Fritz" From Monday On Great Groan-People call- ing me Bonny Bicycle Club '41-'42 Intramural Basketball '40 Richard Scott Miller ..DiCk.. I May Be W'rang Great Groan-Bunty Mil- ler's Model A lda Ruth Miller "Ruthie" Hello Little Girl of My Dream: Great Groan-Trying to beat the tardy bell Robert Milligan "Bob" The Way of the World Great Groan-Letting school interfere with my education "N" Club '40 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Reserve Football '37 Track Squad '40-'41 Cross-Country Squad '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '39-'40 Constance Geraldine Minor "Gerry" I Got Rhythm Great Groan--"But iate was kind and the tide was strong" Girl Reserves '42 Room Agent '42 Business Staff '42 Annual Staff '39 Art Editor '40-'41 Mimeograph Staff '42 Needlecraft Club '42 Alice Ruth Mitchell "Mitch" Without a Song Great Groan-Trying to get a penny tor Alma Bicycle Club '40-'41 Girls' Basketball '41 Mildred Irene Mitchell "Millie" . All the Thing: You Are Great Groan-Varietyw The Spice of liie Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '42 Girl Reserves '41 Girls' Archery Club '41 Glee Club '41 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Wilbur O. Mitchell "Brother" I Ain't Gonna Sin No More Great Groan-People who say I am fat Debate '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices Treas, '42 Class Play Ir. '41, Sr. '42 Annual Staff '42 Iohn Mix ,fMiX,, Blitzkrieg Baby! Great Groan-Slats and Port Columbus French Club '41 Cross-Country Squad '39-'41 Russell C, Mock "Rus" Rufhin' Around Gabriel Molnar "Gabe" High, Wide and Handrome Great Groan-Wearing a necktie Bicycle Club '41 Howard Moody "Monte" Killer Diller Man Science Club '42 Band '41-'42 Bicycle Club '42 Eleanor Moore I Walk with Mufic Great Groan-Play rehearsals Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Band '40 Glee Club '42, V.-Pres. Girls' Basketball '40 lohn Moore "Shotgun" Quiet Pleafel Great Groan-Nickname Intramural Basketball '40 Page Fifty-Nine Page Sixty Willis Eugene Moore "Bi1l' Altilude Great Groan-Playing Cupid Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 Science Club '42, Treas. Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '4l Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Class plays: Iunior, Senior Band Manager '41 Bicycle Club '41 National Honor Society '42 Marydell Msorman You're 11411 a Flower From a Bouquet Great Groan--Colorful Things. Especially green Hockey '40 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'42 Girls' Athletic Council E. Stanton Moran "Stan" Work All De Summer Great Groan-Graduating Twice Alma Mae Morriss "Fritz" What a Pretty Min Great Groan-Ham and eggs. Especially "H.A.M." Sales Organization '42 Band '40-'41 Glee Club '41-'42, Pres. Walter Ray Morrow "Walt" Gel Happy Great Groan-That certain Bellhop Bird Club '41-'42, Treas. Cross Country Squad '42 Intramural Basketball '41-'42 Iournalism Staff '42 Typist Elmer Munkachy "Mooney" You Couldn't Be Cater Great GroaneTrying to be three different places at the same time Student Council '41-'42 "N" Club '41-'42 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Senior Hi-Y '42, Pres. Home Room Offices '41 Pres., '42 Pres. Ushers '41 Varsity Basketball '41-'42 Reserve Basketball '40 Cross-Country Squad '40-'41 Boys' Basketball '40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Robert Murphy "Bob and Albert" Whafr Happened? Great Groan-Newark, the graveyard with lights Track Squad '41-'42 Cross-Country Squad '41 Intramural Basketball '41 Tennis '42 Florence Louise Myer "F1ossie" Betty Coed Great Groan-Oh, for a "Friend" Dramatic Club '41-'42 Cheer Leader '41-'42 G-Y-A '42 Girl Reserves '41 Band '40, Bicycle Club '40 Hockey '40 Girls' Basketball '40 Girls' ,Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40 Edythe Myers Fm Mimnderrtandl Great Groari-Making up my mind Dramatic Club '41-'42- Treasurer Cheer Leader '41-'42 Girl Reserves '4l-'42 Home Room Offices- Secretary '41-'42 Class Play-Iunior '41 Mimeograph Staff '42 Hockey '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40 National Honor Society '42 Margaret Myers HMGMYH Ring, Telepbane, Ring! Great Groun- Conventional People Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girls' Rifle Club '41- Vice-President Business Staff '42 Hockey '40-'41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '41 loanna Mae Nehls ,,IO,, Dream Girl Great Groan-lust a kid named Ioe Dramatic Club '41-'42 Science Club '41 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40 Glee Club '41 National Honor Society '42 Audrey Ruth Neibarqer HRed,, Lady with Red Hair Great Groan-Not having anything to say G-Y-A '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '41 National Honor Society '42 Mary Pauline Nethers HPOHYH It lr Well with My Soul Great Groan-Trying to sit with the "gang" in chapel Mimeograph Staff '41-'42 Robert Glenn Nolan "Brooksie" My Buddy Great Groan-Hobbs and Home Room Period Sales Organization '41-'42 Room Agent '40-'41 Softball '40-'41 Boys' Baseball '40 Patricia Nnckum Norpell Hpmu Charming! Charming! Great GroanfLong time no see College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '41 Room Agent '41 Annual Staff '41-'42 Hockey '40 lohn Robert Northey Hlucku My Piggy Bank IJ jing-ae ling Again Great Groan-Living down Regan Dramatic Club '41-'42 Class Play-Iunior '41- Senior '42 Track Squad '40-'41 Florence R. Nugent Uno., l'll Do My Ben to Make You Ha PM A Great Groan-l'll Wait tor you Sales Organization '42 Glee Club '42 Iames Elwood Null "Cherokee" 0 Dreamer, Leave Thy Dream! Great Groan-Keeping R. George out of trouble Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Varsity Football '42 Reserve Football '41 Ellen Nunnelly "Ellie" , Believe Me, If All Tbore Endearing Young Cbarrm Great Groan-Girl Friends Sales Organization '42 Charles Edward Nye "Charlie" or "Einstein" Everything Happen! to Me Great Groan-Keeping track oi a certain girlf E. M. Dramatic Club '41-'42 Paul O'Brien "Beety" Margie Great Groan-That fellow that gets an A in German Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, College Club '42- President Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi'Y '41 Reserve Football '41 Cross Country Squad '42 Sara Owen That Lucky Fellow Great Groan-Trying to keep my mind on my studies College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Robert Edward Pietier "Podunk" I Hear You Talking! Great Groan-Hillside De on a stormy night Der Deutssche Verein '41-'42, College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior HifY '41 Home Room Offices '41 Room Agent '41-'42 Orchestra '41-'42 Band '39-'40-'41 Intramural Basketball '40 Richard Franklin Pierce "Ioe Kollege" At Your Service Madame Great Groan-Trying to elude Sarge's Size "15" Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '41-'42 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41-'42 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Home Room Office '39f Secretary, '41 V,-President Room Agent '39 Class Play '4l4Iunior Intramural Basketball Reserve Football '39 '40-'41-'42 Page Sixty-One Page Sixty-Two George Thomas Pigg "G. T." I Hear Muyic Great Groan-Amateur "musicians"t?J Student Council '41-'42 College Club '42 Orchestra '40-'4l"42 Band '39-'40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Elsie Mae Plants HDOPYH It Never Entered My Mind Great Groan-People who dislike horses Library Club '41-'42- President Bicycle Club '41 National Honor Society '42 Mildred Catherine Plants "Mid e" It'.r Diver Ton Laie Great Groan-A Certain Graduate of '41 Der Deutsche Verein '42 Girl Reserves '42 Mildred Cates Plummer "Catesie" Why Should I Complain? Great Grean-History and B. P. Girl Reserves '40 Kenneth Popham "Shanks" Sir Knight, I Greet You Great Groan-Eating candy bars in shop class Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Marjorie lane Porter trMGrj1t Keep on the Sunny Side Great Groan-Too much teasing Orchestra '40-'41-'42 Music Club '39 Marjorie Maxine Pric "Pricie" Plearing Paul Great Groan-Trying to retain my dignity, etc. Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Class Play '41-Iunior Annual Staff '41, Girls' Basketball '40 National Honor Society '42 Iohn C. Priest "Priesty" Na Ure Squawking Great Groan-Sunrise through a school room window Der Deutssche Verein '40 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Bicycle Club '41 Martha lane Priest "lanie" That Red Headed Gal Great Groan-Night Shifts Sales Organization '41-'42 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41-'42 Glee Club '40-'41 Business Staff '41-'42 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Hockey '40-'41-'42 'Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41-'42 Betty lean Pryor NIO., Pep! Great Groan-The gang teasing me about the "farmer" Geor e Franklin Ral h Q P "Goon" Monkey on a String Great Groan-People who say, "Go ahead, Goon, we'll fix it up." Dramatic Club '41-'42 Sophomore Hi-Y '39-'40 Room Agent Assistant '41 Bicycle Club '39 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 William Andrew Raney "Haney" Let Me Know My Fate Great Groan-Being rudely awakened by the bells every 45 minutes Room Agent '42 Bicycle Club '40 Walter Leo Redman lr. "Redman" Mightily Fine Great Groan--Running Track "N" Club '41-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Rifle Club '42 Track Squad '41-'42 Cross Country Squad '41-'42, Intramural Basketball '41 Leontine Reese "Shorty" Foilhful Forever Great Groan-Arguing with a certain person Girl Reserves '40-'41f'42 Thomas H. Reid HT-H The Eye: of Texar Are Upon You Great Groan-To be a plumber Sales Organization '39-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Sophomore Hi'Y '39 Reserve Football '39 Reserve Basketball '39-'40 lzrgraiririural Basketball Thelma Marie Reinbeau "Shorty" I'm in a Mellow Mood Great Groan-Homework Paul Resta "P. D. Restevitch" Lazy Bone: Great Groan-Morning after Wednesday night preview Bicycle Club '41 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Senior Hi-Y '42 loe Anthony Ricciardo "Scat Wagon" Work All De Summer Great Groan-Keeping my scat wagon running William Arnold Rico "Dogmeat" Foelin' High and Happy Great Groan-Keeping Ricciardo's "ScatWagon" Running Reserve Basketball '39 Track Squad '40 Cross Country Squad '39-'40, Boys' Baseball '39 George Ridenbaugh "Bugler" He'J' 4 Good Boy Great Groan-English X 6: XI Boys' Baseball '38-'39 Intramural Basketball '38-'39-'40 Charlotte Ellen Riel "Lottie" Why Should I Not Be HHPPJ' Great Groan-Could be an "Edwards" with a license E-2224 Sales Organization '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Girl Reserves '42 Gladys Louise Rine Dear Old Girl Great Groan-History Class Teresa Marie Rizzo All in Fun Great Groan-Trying to get the Packard Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 lune Clarice Roach "Penny" When l Grow Up Great Groan-Losing my temper Sales Organization '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Glee Club '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'4l Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Bicycle Club '40-'41-'42 Page Sixty-Three Page Sixty-Four Dorothy Elizabeth Rogers "Brat" Breezin' Along wifi: the Breeze Great Groan-"Bills are More Fun" Girl Reserves '41-'42 Robert Eugene Roof "Roofie" Them There Eye: Great Groan-College Men College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y Secretary-'42 Iunior Hi-Y, Secretary '41 Sophomore I-Ii-Y '40 Annual Staff '41-'42 Boys' Baseball '41-'42 Martha lean Roof "Roofie" Cute df Chriftmaf Great Groan-Extra book reports College Club '42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Room Agent '41 National Honor Society '42 Alice Mae Roseboom "Moxie" Who'll Be the One Thix Summer Great Groan-So little time and so much to do Corning, Ohio, Home Room Office '39-'40- Secretary, Class Play '40 Intramural Basketball '40 Newark Salesrnanship Club '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Glee Club '41-'42 Girl Reserves '41-'42 lean Ross HI. Rv., D Perromzlzly Great Groan-"Little Boy" Bellefontaine Dramatic Club '41 Class Play '41 G. A. A. '41 Latin Club '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Newark, College Club '42 G-Y-A '42 Girls' Archery Club '42 Barbara lean Rothstein "Barbie" There War 4 Little Girl- Great Groan-"The Misogynist" Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40 Glee Club '41 National Honor Society '42 lack Russell The Peuimirtit Character Great Groan-People who talk too much Printing Superintendent '41, Sales Organization '4l-'42 Fredrick Ryan HACSH Hold My Hand Great Groan--Look out, Lana, l'll be back in Iune Dramatic Club '41-'42 Senior I-Ii-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Office- Treasurer '41 Class Play '41 Annual Staff '41-'42 Bicycle Club '41 Intramural Basketball '41 Sammy Ioseph Saporito "Soppie" You've Gal to Eat Yom' Spinarh, Baby Great Groan-Rico and Ricciardo singing Opera Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Clarissa Saultz "Chris" Pretty Baby Great Groan-The tOrrJ's in the Navy Lancaster H. S. Girl Reserves '39 Glee Club '39-'40 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 lames Schaller ,,Mi1t,, Hooray for Spimzfh Great Groan-Getting rides to and fro Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Cross Country Squad '4I Boys' Baseball '42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 George Schaller "George" I Know 4 Secret Great Groan-"Blondes" Senior Hi-Y '42 lunior Hi-Y '41 Home Room Office Vice-President '41 Bicycle Club '42 lvadel Darlene Schisler Sweet Little You Great Groan-Questions College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 President '42 Glee Club '42 Virginia Scott "Scottie" I Dan't Want to Walk Without You Great Groan-Roughneck fl-li, Asparagus! Student Council '41-'42- Secretary Dramatic Club '41-'42- Vice-President Science Club '41 College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42-V.-President Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girls' Archery Club '41 Class Play-Iunior '41 Annual Staff '41-'42 Hockey '41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Home Room Officer '41- President Karl Seesholtz "Seese" There I: 41 Blonde- Great Groan-Tearin' up rugs with Chicks, in various villages "N" Culb '40-'41-'42 Salesmanship Club '42 Home Room Office- President '42 Varsity Basketball '40-'41-'42 Cross Country Squad '40-'41-'42, Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 William Sergeant "Sarge" Put Your Little Foot There Great Groan-California, here I come Dramatic Club '41-'42- President College Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42- Vice-President Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40- Secretary Home Room Office- Secretary '41 Class Play '41-'42 Varsity Football '41 Reserve Football '39-'40 Varsity Basketball '41 Reserve Basketball '40 Track Squad '40 Intramural Basketball '42 Mary Aleen Shaw I Hope Gabriel Like: My Muric Great Groan-One guess? Girl Reserves '40-'41-'42 Chairman of Program Committee Business Staff '41-'42 Mimeograph Staff '41-'42 Girls' Basketball '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '41-'42 Wesley Robert Shaw .,Wes., I Dream Too Moth Great Groan-Contradic- tion Dramatic Club '39 Salesmanship Club '41 Business Staff '41 Intramural Basketball '39 Donald I-l. Shields "Baldy" I'd Rather Be Right Great Groan-Keeping up with I.M.S. Science Club '42 College Club '42 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Bicycle Club '40-'41-'42 Martha L. Shimel HMYNH lVhen You Golla Sing, You Colm Sing Great Groan-Little Cliff Needlecraft Club '42 Glee Club '41-'42 Librarian Carl Simpson ,,Red,. Quiet, Pleafel Great Groan-My Self Salesmanship Club '41-'42 Room Agent '40-'41 Iournalism Staff '41-'42 Sports Editor '42 National Honor Society '42 Lillian Marie Simpson "Shorty" At Peore with th-e Worm Great Groan-Football stampedes after games College Club '41-'42 Glee Club '40-'41-'42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 William Donald Smith "Smythe" I Live Again Great Groan-Iames Schaller's constant heckling Iuninr Hi-Y '41 Varsity Basketball '40-'41 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Intramural Basketball '42 Iohn Harvey Smith "SII1itty" Doctor Rhythm Great Groan-Getting up at 7:30 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Page Sixty-Five Qty-Six lohn Milton Smith "Smitty" Oh, johnny, Oh, johnny, Oh! Great Groan-I Wanda go to a show Science Club '42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Robert lames Smith "Smitty" You Gotta Be 4 Foolball Hero Great Groan-Crowded locker-rooms "N" Club '40-'41-'42- President Varsity Football '40-'41-'42 Reserve Football '39 Varsity Basketball '40-'41-'42 Track Squad '40-'41-'42 Home Room Office- Vice-President '41-'42 Velma Louise Smith "Smitty" Looe IJ the Thing Great Groan-"Nita- and-Do Guess" Girl Reserves '41-'42 Needlecrait '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'4l-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Viola Grace Smith Hvi.. All-American Girl Great Groan-Ten on a six-passenger tobogganl College Club '42 G-Y-A '42 Orchestra '40 Band '40-'41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40 Wilma Mae Smith "Wink" Hey, Babe, Hey! Great Groan-Making up my mind Sales Organization '42 Girl Reserves '40-'42 Bird Club '42 Girls' Volleyball '42 Earl Dwight Snelling ,Deen The Mon Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo Great Groan-Playing cards with the boys "N" Club '40-'41-'42 Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '4l Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Rome Room Office- Treasurer '40-'41-'42 Band '40 Varsity Basketball '40-'41-'42 Track Squad '40-'41-'42 Cross Country Squad '40-'41-'42, Tennis '42 'Score Board Gang '41-'42 Wilma lean Snelling "Willie" Nobody Knouu My Tfouhlei Great Groan-'Waiting for the Week-ends Sales Organization '42 Girl Reserves '39 Bird Club '40 Kenneth Snoor "Kenny or Ken" Sleep! Sleep! Sleep! Great Groan-The "T" won't run without gas Eicycle Club '40-'41-'42 Virginia Spangler "Spunky" Long Live Looe Great Groane-Say please Sales Orgnaization '41 Bird Club '41 Needlecratt Club '42 Shirley Spencer "Spence" A Sweetheart, Honey, Daflin', Dear Great Groan-People who think they arep talk as if they were: but aren't Dramatic Club '40-'4l-'42- Secretary Sales Organization '41-'42 G-Y-A '42, Class Play '4lfIunior, '42-Senior Room Agent '40 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '40 Evenes Marie Stanley HEVSH Everybody? Doing It Great Groan- Biology Bugs Dramatic Club '4l-'42 Library Club '41 Girl Reserves '40 Room Agent '40 Bird Club, Historian '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 National Honor Society '42 Iohn Spencer Starrett "Sparagus" Hold Tight Great Groan-Breaking Things fHi, Scottiel Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Score Board Gang '40-'41 Varsity Basketball '41-'42 Reserve Basketball '40 Cross Country Squad '40 Boys' Baseball '40-'41-'42 Dorothy Elizabeth Stevens "Dottie" The Rare Great Groan-Wants her own way Lillian Maxine Stevens "Mike" Shelf No Trouble Great Groan-"Mel" odrama in Gran "Ville" Girl Reserve '40-'41-'42 Business Stall '42 Mimeograph Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'42 Girls' Baseball '40 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 William Elwood Stockdale "Bill" Sigh No More, Ladier Great Groan-Toboso, here I come Motion Picture Operators Club '40-'41-President Kathleen Stradley Tell Me, Pretty Maiden Great Groan-Too Many Stradleys Student Council '40-'41-'42 College Club '42 Home Room Office- Secretary '41 Orchestra '39-'40-'41-'42 Band '39-'40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Norman Henry Stradley "Strad" Got a Bran' New Suit Great Groan-Unexpected Chapel Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, College Club '42 Home Room Office- President '41 Orchestra '40-'41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Band '40-'41-'42 Louise Strattner HMOSSH Give My Reganlr ro Broad- way Great Groan-Not enough sleep Glee Club '41-'42 Norton Samuel Suter Hsumf. Why Do You Clare Your Eyer? Great Groan-"Goirls" Der Deutsche Verein '41-'42, College Club '42 Senior Hi'Y '42 Art '40-'41 Bird Club '4O-'41- President Annual Staff '41-'42 Bicycle Club '40 Herbert Swern "Herb" Shoot the Sherbert to me, Herbert Great Groan-Why be peeved now, it's all over Portsmouth Student Council '41 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Home Room Office- President '41 Varsity Basketball '41 Track Squad '40 Newark Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y 40 Home Room Office- Vice-President '39 Reserve Basketball '39 Intramural Basketball '40 Norma Mildred Tavener "Bette" All'.r Fair in Love and War Great Groan-School Needlecratt '42 Ioan Taylor "Taylor" You Went to My Head Great Groan-One nickel's Worth of P.B.C.'s tHi, Bing! Dramatic Club '-40341-'42 College Club '42 G-YVA '41-'42 Iournalism Staff '41-'42 Senior Class Play '42 Betty luanita Thompson ,Betsyu Beautiful Eye: Great Groan--Reporting to Home Room at 4 p. m. Girl Reserves '40 Evelyn Eileen Thompson .,Evie.. Slap Happy Larrie Great Czroan-Waiting for "M.E.K.'s" phone calls Sales Organization '42 Girl Reserves '40- 41-'42 Home Room Cilice- G. R. '40 Page Sixty-Seven Page Sixty-Eight Richard Thompson "Dick" Eaxy Doe: It Great Groan-Blondes and Brunettes tPeriodJ Mimeoqraph Staff '42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41 William Thompson "Tee or Ir." Enter the Gladiator Great Groan--To go on late parties Dramatic Club '41-'42 Stage Manager '41-'42 Home Room Offices '39 Room Agent '39-'40 Band '39-'40-'41-'42 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Boys' Baseball '39 Intramural Basketball '40-'41 Irene Touvell From Monday On Great Groan-People talking about themselves Sales Organization '41-'42 Wiley Don Townsend "Soeed" Feelin' Drowsy Great Groan-That 4 o'clock jump Orchestra '39-'40 Amelia Anne Trelzer "Milly" I . You're Slzgbtly Terrzfr Great Groan-Mansfield Dramatic Club '40 Girl Reserves '41 Needlecraft '42 Knitting Club '40 Mimeograph Staff '41 Bicycle Club '40 Una Katherine Trumbo "Kate" Enjoy Your Life Great Groan-Boys in general College Club '42 Knitting Club '41 Helen lrene Trumpower HHN, I'm in Heaven When I See You Smile Great Groan-Coming back to school after week-ends and vacations Sales Organization '41-'42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-'42 Iohn Van Allen "lohnney" E1zeryone'r Wrong Bu! Me Great Groan-Being called "Pantss Allen" Bicycle Club '40-'41-'42 Richard Van Winkle nmol, 1'm Happy About the Whole Thing Great Groan-Looking after Schaller Senior Hi-Y '41-'42 Home Room Office- Vice-President '41 Band '39-'40 Mimeograph Staff '42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Treasurer Alice Mae Varner "Pug" Prelly Baby Great Groan-Reporting to homeroom at 11:30 Girl Reserves '41-'42 Home Room Offices- Secretary '42 Mimeograph Staff '41-'42 Multigraph Staff '41-'42 National Honor Society '42 Geraldine Victor "Ierry" Beautiful Dreamer Great Groan-"lim" Glee Club '42 Mary lane Vintilla "Bubb1es" Village Maiden Great Groan-Those Four Pages on Friday Debate '40 Book Club '41 Reveille Staff '41-'42 Asst. Editor Needlecraft Club '42 National Honor Society '42 Girls' Basketball '40-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '40 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41-' 42 Girls' Athletic Council '42 Iames Edward Vogel nlimu Fm the Sound Ejeetr Mun Great Groan-1-'irst period Latin Class "N" Club '42 Dramatic Club '41-'42 Stage Manager '40-'41-'42 Bicycle Club '41-'42 Home Room Offices '41 President Cross-Country Squad '42 Room Agent '40 Roy Waldren Truxt in Me Betty lane Walker If: the Dreamer in Me Great Groan-My Young- er Brother Der Deutsche Verein '40-'41 College Club '41 Calvin Walker HCGIH Am I Blue Great Groan-Getting to school on time Emma Elizabeth Walker Pretty Girl Great Groan-Getting the CGI' I Girl Reserves '40-'41- 42 Room Agent '42 Helen Lucile Wallace What a Pretty Mu: Great Groan-Ask Bert! Science Club '40-'41 College Club '42 G-Y-A '42 Girl Reserves '41 Glee Club '42 Bicycle Club 40 Treasurer U I National Honor Society 4 2 Carl loseph Walz NIO ION Ercentric Great Groan-The Brook- lyn Dodgers Intramural Basketball '39-'40-'42 Robert Walz 'Walzy or Bob" Don't Let Old Age Creep Upon You Great Groan-Reporting at 4:00 Intramural Basketball Richard Warner "Dick" Wbirlling Farmer Boy Great C.-1roanfEighth pe- riod Study Hall Virginia lune Watson Hpwxyn Beyond Compare Great Groan-True Friendtsj Dramatic Club '41-'42 College Club '42 Room Agent '42 Band '40 Glee Club '42 Donald Welsch "Muscels" Stout Hearted Man Great Groan-Trying to keep busy in study halls Der Deutsche Verein '42 Science Club '41-'42 Home Room Offices Sec. '40 Room Agent '40 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Art '41 Intramural Basketball '40 Ieanette Ann Welsh "Nette" That Old Gang of Mine Great Groan-No Esca- lators Dramatic Club '39 Girl Reserves '39-..4O-'41 Bird Club '42 Page Sixty-Nine Page Seventy Richard Weyersmiller "Dick" l'll Chuxe lhe Blue: Away Great Groan-Not enough time to do nothing in Bicycle Club '41 Ethel Willcin Hpecgy., From Another World Great Groan-Getting up in the mornings Dramatic Club '38 Girl Reserves '38 Bird Club '39-'40 Historian '4l, Sec. '42 Girls' Archery Club '41-'42 Mimeograph Staff '41-'42 Girls' Basketball '39-'41-'42 Girls' Baseball '38-'41-'42 Girls' Volleyball '38-'41-'42 Mary Kathleen Williams "Katie" The Beaming Eye: Great Groan-Keeping up with my 'Bills" Attendance Club '40 Richard M. Wilson ,fmckn jun an Exmpade Great Groan-Buying 1Oc worth of gas Science Club '42 Home Room Office '40 Donald Frederick Wilson "Stinkey" The Sheik Great Groan-Getting cr gas wagon to go 80 and stay together Senior Hi-Y '42 Bicycle Club '40-'41-'42 Virginia K. Wilson "Ginny" U , Ever So Quzel Great Groan-My Temper Mimeograph Staff '42 Multigraph Staff '42 Robert Eugene Wise 'Bob" t Every Day'J 4 Holiday Great Groan-'Feacners who take my name liter- ally Dramatic Club '42 Intramural Basketball '40-'41-'42 Orchestra '40 Band '39-'40-'41-'42 Iames Donald Wolfe "Woozie" Are You in the Mood for Mifchief? Great Grocm-Being called "George" French Club '42 Dramatic Club '40-'41-'42 Science Club '42 College Club '42 Iunior Hi-Y '4l Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Class Play '41 Book Club '41-'42 Room Agent '40 Bicycle '40-'41-'42 Richard H. Woodyard Hwoodyu I'1fe Been Working an lbe Railroad Great Groan-Being called "Tenspot" 'N" Club '40-'41-'42 Reserve Football '40 Track Squad '40-'41-'42 Cross-Country Squad '41 Iacqueline Woolard UIUC-., I Want to be Happy Great Groan-J-ust C-an't G-o G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'42 Business Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 Girls' Basketball '40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 Iustine Woolard .Iustn And Sa Do I Great Groan-My Buddy G-Y-A '41-'42 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Office '40 Secretary Business Staff '42 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 Girls' Baseball '40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 David Worden "Dave" I'm a Lnfley Defi! Great Groan-Mr. Barness' and Mr. Stoeckmann's arguments Albert Workman .,Bud.. On Mircbief Bent Great Groan-6:00 a. m.f lt "lust" isn't cricket Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '40 Home Room Offices Program Chairman '40-'41 Room Agent '40 Bicycle Club '41 Rifle Club '40-'4l, V.-Pres. Virginia Esther Wright "Ginnv" Angel Child Great Groan-Linda's "Crushes" Student Council '41-'42 Science Club '41, Treas. College Club '42 G-Y-A '41-'42 Home Room Office '41 Treasurer National Honor Society '42 Secretary Mary Millis Yaus Il'.f A Blue World Great Groan- My brother, Larry Iason C. Yost Hluy., Never No lumen! Great Groan-I. D. and I don't mean Iohn Doe Student Council '42 "N" Club '42 Dramatic Club '42 College Club '42, Sec. Senior Hi-Y '42 Iunior Hi-Y '4l, Vice-Pres, Sophomore Hi-Y "40 Room Agent '40-'41 Orchestra '40-'4l Band '39-'40-'41 Varsity Football '41 Reserve Football '40 Reserve Basketball Mgr. '40-'41 Page Seventy-One cgbenior Gfass Gommittees Invitation .......... .....,,,..,.,...,.,,,......................................,..,......,.....................,.........,,., B etty Francis, Chairman Gus Hess, Elmer Munkachy, Ann Marshall, Betty Camlin Motto .,....,.., ...................,.,.,.,....,...,......................,...,...,..,...,......,........,.....,........... M ary Hull, Chairman Virginia Wright, Bill Hall, Bob Smith, Helen Wallace Flowers .,..,,.,.,.......................................................................,....................,,........,.....,.,, Martha Roof, Chairman Iennie Harris, Iames Francis, Paul O'Brien, Patricia Bauman Colors ...,, ........,.................,.....,.,....,.,.,,.....,,,......,...,...,t,,,,.,...,.,.,.,..,...,.,.,...,.,t,, I oanna Ne-hls, Chairman Barbara Rothstein, lohn Starrett, Sidney Davis Song ,,,,......,..., ,,,,,,,.....,,...............,...........................................,............,.....,.., G eorge Pigg, Chairman Regena Campbell Bing and Pin ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,......,.........,..............,............................ I ames Cooper, Chairman lerry Christman, Angie Athan, losephine Barrett Breakfast .....,. .................,.,........,.........,,.,.,...,.,,..,.,..,,,,.,,,,,Y,,.,,.,.,..,,...,...................... V irginia Scott, Chairman Ioan Taylor, lvadel Schisler, Edith Myers, Dwight Snelling, t Pauline Boggs, Wilbur Mitchell, Karl Seesholtz Class Party .,.,.,,,, ,,,,,Y,,,...,,,.,.....,.................... ............,...........,....,,,..,.........,,,.....,. R u th Anderegg, Chairman Lois Brandt, lulie Henzy, lerry lury, Marilyn Binger, lason Yost, William Haynes, Henry Hook Senior Class Motto -- "Possumus, quia posse videmur" Colors - Crimson and White Flower - Rose CSJ9I'll.OI' 616138 H8118 QlLOSt 8-fCll.I'L,, lack Northey .... o Edgar Baker oo.t Richard Pierce Frederic Ryan William Sergeant Wilbur Mitchell Edythe Myers ,,ol, Shirley Spencer Eleanor Moore ,o,, Ioan Taylor E ..,oo Y Director o,... . Page Seventy-Two Herbert Price , Teddie Deakin Richard Winthrop .. Doctor Sterling Charles Murdock Iackson Elsie Winthrop , ,, Miss Bourne Peggy Murdock C, .. ,e... Iulie Price Miss Ruth lohnson G!ClSS CSJOHQ RJ J C Lib ll Nail the Q-inches .ani wh iglggg wow-if Rug: gg- . .M Cen-img -9ace +0 gage wifh 3 wqld ag s+f-Hg Is ntof-mis :l:s,:,+ VFW? Um? FIT' E Sf 5, 'VJ 7 fi mem-0' v-ies wvll 51 7rfl::el:e:?'1 U Bufk Awe 65719-H 'Mt 3' Hail ag FFvFTF71FF1F F 1F F MJ J 45712 lg 575' lave,3vzJ wifi ve - -me-m-ber Hue S'-rle'nJshFps we male hey-g " The f92-.and will sur- 'mounit all fire hav-Jsfripi iw -Slinclki YThe FF'EFE'Ff fH'1 YUS .1 !Q,fLLf1+ class og 941---L-Y-'two which wow Je - pay-fs 'musf Seca fire per-Us PFILLLF Egg HE E 'E.E.U Jwhs!fJr.JfJ'aJ.Lr 09 a fy-wb-!eJ worlflg Bn' we will med ihem wifi: Wr- EFIFFIVEWTI F J.nJ"2'EmJJMj'JjwgaT B38 - 005 f7ear'f'S,'?or we are Bic!-eel by Free ,Jmxs qs on- gaurlekf V TWU? 'FFE1FU4f?i Page Seventy-Thre nationa! gfonor Society l Row lwMiss Laura Hosick, Ruth Fields, Henry Hook, Virginia Hare, Carl Simpson, Helen lohns, Willis Moore, Carolyn Kuppinger, Franklin Keyes, Regina Campbell. Row 2-Norma Stradley, Barbara Rothstein, Edythe Myer, Elmer Munkachy, Robert Anderson, Gus Hess, lulie Henzyt lean Butte, William Haynes, Row 3-Virginia Scott, George Pigg, Mary Hull, Iohn Deering, Sidney Davis, Betty Francis, Marjorie Price, Ann Marshall, Raymond Kelly, Mary Lee Hathaway. Row 4-Alice Varner, Evenes Stanley, Helen Wallace, Elsie Plants, Mary lean Gard, loanna Nehls, Susan Martin, lennie Harris, Maxine Fisher, Elizabeth Carnlin. Row 5-Ruth Anderegg, Mary Good, Bertella lauchius, Virginia Wright, Audrey Neighbarger, Martha Roof, Kathleen Stradley, Mary Greenlee, Mary lane Vintilla, Lois Brandt. President .....,.,.. Vice-President ..... Secretary a....... Treasurer ................ Faculty Advisor ...... The National Honor Society consists of the upper fifteen per cent of the senior class, forty-eight members this year. The local organization, started in 1937 with Miss Hosick as adviser, is a part of a national movement begun in 1921. Its purpose is to promote an interest in high scholastic standing. A definite step toward making this club more ac- tive throughout the year was taken the first semester by the organization of the society with members consisting of a group oi students certain to tultil the requirements for membership. Page Seventy-Four Iulie Henzy Iennie Harris .,....Virginia Wright Helen Wallace Miss Laura Hosick The society raised money for its ex- penses by collecting sales tax stamps. The cooperation of the student body in this matter was greatly appreciated. The speaker for Recognition Day As- sembly was Dr. William T. Utter, Head of the History Department of Denison University. A dinner at Hull Place on April 17, with the Reverend lames E. Wolf, rector of the Trinity Episcopal Church, as speaker concluded the ac- tivities tor the year. lgLtI7I.OI' Gfass CQffQCQI'S President Vice-President lack Bickel Raymond Wheleer Secretary Treasurer William Winn Charles Abbott Page Seventy-Five gUl1l'OI' Gfass Row l-Bob W. Brooke, Lawrence Camp, Richard Butts, Donald Barber, George Cavendish, Robert Clay, Robert Clark, lunior Alspach, Bernard Coakley. Row 2-Richard Baker, lack A. Bickel, Charles T. Abbott, Dale Bennett, Glenn l... Applegate, Gerald Barstow, Robert Andrews, Harold R. Catt, George Campbell, Gail Baughman. Row 3 - Edward Chapman, Frank Clay, lack Billingsley, Gim Pong Chan, Robert Baker, Chester Anderson, Franklin Benner, lohn Boylan, Clare H. Barton. Row 4 - Mary Allen Abbott, Elizabeth M. Carey, Adelaide Anne Chilcote, Barbara Beaver, George Roy Beckman, Robert Duwane Ashley, Ioseph Stanley Billows, Barbara Evans, Kathryn Barnes, Beth Ann Clark. Row 5-Ieanne Ballinger, Frances Butcher, Phyllis Airesman, Dorothy Bebout, Phyllis Arensberg, Eleanor Bonar, Thelma Brehm, Shirley Anderson, leanne Berry, Ruth Blizzard, Mary Louise Butte, Dorothy Blizzard. Not in Picture - Betty Clark. Page Seventy-Six C I gUHlOI' Glass Row l -Robert Glenn Derringer, Paul Cullison, Pete Del Cecato. Row 2-Iames Coyne, Richard Eugene Dunne, Albert Raymond Elliott, William Charles Eiiinger, Lewis Connor, Willis Edwin Cochran, Carl Cecil Cooperrider, lames Bertrane Flannigan, Richard Elmer Day, Martha Eileen Ecleberry. Row 3-Edith Coss, Roberta Yvonne Diller, Charlene Marie Corrington, Eileen Darling, Norma lean Cochran, Virginia Ann Crego, lean Elizabeth Cramer, lean Elizabeth Drumm, Mary Ellen Corder, Cora Culver, Sara Lucille Davidson. Row 4 - Marilyn Finkbone, Iulia Ann DiBlasio, Ann Douglass, Carol lean Duncan, Mary lane Doerr, Dorothea Adiline Dodd, Grace Marie Coyle, Juanita Duff, Iean Deveda Davidson, Margie Iune Davis, Anna M. Fisher, Barbara I. Fisher. Not in Picture - Wayne Davis, Paul Eelty, Charles Darr, Texova Dunaway. Page Seventy Seven gUHl'Of 816135 Row l-Evelyn Huber, lanice Howe, Norma lean Huffman, Charlotte Hoifer, Lois Ioyce Keim, Iuanita Hinger, Betty ller, Verneta Kinney, Mary Humbert, Martha Iones. Row 2-Lester Gilbert, Franklin Gentile, Dale Galbraith, Thelma Kinser, Thelma Kaiser, Norma lean Kistler, lune Hollister, Mary Alice Howard, Mary Lou letters, Reva Hoskinson, Lois Hodge. Row 3-lack Flock, Richard Frankenbery, Leo Garapedian, Charles Gallagher, Richard Gray, Oscar Gordon, William Harris, Lewis Goodwin, Iohn Haiuczik, Paul Harris. Row 4 - Betty Frater, Geraldine Fredritz, Betty Hall, Kathaleen Haley, Mae Fraley, Mary Ann Fulke, Athence Mae Forbes, Betty Frey, Dorothy Frizzell, Robert Hallisy, Dale Haynes, Bill Hays. Row 5-Pauline Henry, Betty Hideg, Mildred Hill, Ianice Hay, Freda Haynes, Betty Harris, Nora Harris, Marguerite Haas, Marjorie Good, lva Lee Garrett, Virginia Fry, Mary Fulton. Not in Picture-Ruth Irene Harris, Russell Iames Haycook. Page Seventy-Eight kgunior Gfass Row l-james Moore, Iames Lannan, Edward Lieser, William Littleton, Donald McCualsky, Paul Messick, William Layman, Edward Nedlecoff. Row 2 -Franklin Mulquin, Herman Lake, Elmer Mercer, Robert Leasure, Wallace McElroy, Lorenzo Lea, james Le Fever, Robert McFarland, Betty Ann Iones, Ethel Hughes, Betty ldle. Row 3eEllen jones, Rosalie Hunt, Betty lohnson, Charlotte Hull, lean Hoffer, Darrel lones, William Hogue, Robert lamison, Alice lrwin, Mary Hupp, Marjorie johnson. Row 4-Ted Kitchen, james jones, Paul Huffman, Melvin johnson, Ken- neth Hughes, Edward Holmok, Donald jones, Richard Hottinger, Stanley Hitchcock, Frederick Hoffman. Row 5-William Kane, William Humphrey, Charles Huff, Patrick irish, Robert William Hughes, Harry Ieffers, Robert jenkins, Robert Ellis Hughes, Carry lden, Raymond johnson, Clifford Hoffman. Not in Picture-Frances Marie Lees, Charles William McCartney, Lillian Laura McClain, Marjorie McElroy, Dorothy Louise Marriott, Violet lean Miller, Elden L. Murphy, Selma Rae Lawrence, Marjorie Iohns. Page Seventy-Nine tgUl'lt.OI' GlClSS Row l-lrnogene Ryan, Virginia Smith, Laura E. Palrner, Mark Oxley, Carl O'Dell, Paul Miller, Shirley Shannon, Ella Priest, Fern Price, Lillion Pritchett, Martina Schleiifer. Row 2-Marie Priest, Iulia Nutter, Kathryn Palmer, lune Norris, lrma Myers, Helen Maharg, Lona Maddox, Maxine Moran, Evelyn Moore, Eleanora Manice, Billie lane McAfee. Row 3-Francis Mix, Hazel Leslie, Ruth Meacham, Pauline Lambert, Betty McDaniels, Shirley Lovell, Rita Lieber, Evelyn Nichols, Lena Nash, Martha McGaughy, Frances McVey, Shirley Love. Row 4 -- Hazel McKinnon, Anne Kramer, lune Myer, Mary Ellen Kreager, Ruth Larnmers, lane Kreitler, lean Kreitler, Doris Mayberry, Ruth Nichols, Carol I. Litten, Lucille Lane, Harriet Lawrence, Row 5-Robert Oatman, Raymond Nourse, Harold Nourse, Clyde Lucas, Eugene Malloy, Duane W. McLaughlin, Clifford Neighbarger, Perry Patton, Don Miller, Don Lake. Not in Picture-Leland Shoemaker, Mollie lane Shultz, Edward Arthur Smith, Robert Eugene Smith, Eileen Thelma Snoor, Dora Frances Swisher, lack Thompson, Lawrence Frederick Nutter, Oren Guy Orr, Frances Ellen Priest, Iune Rinehart, Richard George Rohan, Clarabell Ross, Evelyn Rutton. Page Eighty 'gUHtOf Gfass Row 1-Amos Radu, Frederick Appleton Shaus, William Slater, Roger Sedgwick, Charles Schwartz, Gerald Melick, Charles Roberts, William Tate, James Swain, lvan Snyder. Row 2-Thelma Taylor, Blanche Rector, lean Simpson, Barbara Rodi- nessier, Virginia Swartz, Mary Smith, Bonnie Shrigley, lanis Rohan, Madiline Thorpe, Marjorie Steinman, Ruth Smith. Row 3 -Eileen Snore, Ruby Saultz, Carol lean Siegal, Mary Ellen Stien- baugh, lacquline Simpson, Mary Render, Betty Parkinson, Carol Porter, Goldie Stewart, Harriet Strader, Mary Simpson, Evelyn Rice. Row 4 - Lorene Padgett, lanice Rice, Thelma Stalling, Marie Sissea, Helen Shide, Shirley Rector, Delores Ogle, Mildred O'Neal, Cleo Rogers, lean Rich- ardson, Lonnie Schuller, Miriam Raikin. Row 5-Bert Roberts, Iohn Schnell, Robert Richardson, Albert Schmitt, Richard Parlett, Paul Sager, Paul Shipp, Homer Pound, Robert Peoples, Earl Orr, Russell Rogers. Page Eighty-One Viv' gun lOl' 61083 Row l - George Zimmerman, Robert Tiebout, Richard Utts, Thomas Wolfe, loseph Thompson, Richard Smith, William Tumblin, Richard Williams. Row 2-Roy Vail, lack Vogel, Russell Wilkin, Ernest Wintermute, Paul Vermillion, Betty Wells, Edith Webb, Mary Eloise Wells, Dorothy Weiss. Row 3-Virginia Wilson, Betty Waddell, Elsie Weakley, Helen Wright, Mildred Weaver, Carlotta Van Hook, Mary Lee Williams, Marjorie White, Pauline Ventura, Marjorie Von Shritz, Freda Watson, Betty Ward. Row 4 - Phyllis Yates, Betty Wallace, Elsie Williams, Raymond Wheeler, 'William Winn, Kathryn Wonder, Mary Vaiea, Daisey Ann Wells, Melva lane Vanderhoven, Linda Wells, Elsie Vogan. Row 5-Donald Wilson, Thomas Weiss, Donald Weston, Robert Wells, John Stephens, lames Villars, Robert Leland Snyder, Robert Snyder, Carl Robertson. Not in Picture-Margaret Ann Totten, Robert Lawrence Varner, Betty Ann Yockey. Page Eighty-Two CSOPAOIHOFQ 81038 CQXADCQ I'S President Vice-President William Gorsuch William Bline Secretary Treasurer Charles Hinqer lack Kirk Page Eighty-Three CSJOPIZOIIZOFG 616135 Row l-Donna lean Danforth, Susanna Davis, lacqueline De Mar, Lewis Bailey, Earl Baker, Elgan Andrews, Virgil Bowman, Betty Donavan, Eleanor Dollison, Louis Elder, Billie lean Davenport. Row 2 - Peggy Dugan, Georgia Edwards, Martha Edwards, Patricia Crist, Patricia Crowley, Ester Blane, Charleen Bagent, Sara Benner, Gene Alspach, William Anderson, Calvin Benner. Row 3 - Betty Anarino, Lucille Brehm, Sara Brooks, Mary Beckman, Marian Becker, Edwina Baker, Lee Bieberbach, Billy Brooks, Robert Bienhower, Robert Backenstos, lack Anderson. Row 4-Lois Billman, Vonda Bell, Louise Blizzard, Barbara Anderson, Mary Louise Bradey, Bonnie Barrenger, Mary Beall, Norma Brehm, Vera Atskoit, Eloise Band, Florence Allan, Leora Andrews. Row 5-Donald Ayers, William Bline, Robert Bonham, Weldon Bonham, Robert Bieberbach, George Brookes, Orville Bodkin, Eugene Bell, Ellis Amos, Robert Andrews, lames Alexander. Not in Picture-Robert C. Anderson. Page Eighty-Four C90f9llOlTLOI'Q Glass Row l - lames Forgraves, Robert Fields, lohn Gulick, Lewis Gene Fowls, Samuel Graves, Walter Grigsby, Wallace Graham, Edward Ewald, Howard French, Daniel Grieser, Robert Galbraith. Row 2 -Charles Francis, Robert Farrington, Goldena Gough, Esther Gualtieri, Norma Graham, Marjorie Grooms, Marilyn Geiell, Blanche Freeman, Marian Freiner, Betty Esworthy, Faye Filkosky. Row 3 -lacquelyn Fletcher, Thelma Francis, Virginia Fischer, Gretchen Fink, lane Francis, Maxine Elliott, Virginia English, Maxine Darnes, Marjorie Deutsch, Elojean Dusthimer, Lucille D'Amico. Row 4-lohn Goldsmith, Albert Guthrie, Donald Geidenberger, lames Dennison, Donald Crouse, Ralph Davis, Kenneth Darnes, Sammy DiGiando, Charles Drumm, Don Curry. Row 5-lames Goodrich, Neil Crozier, lohn Disbennett, loseph Dunn, Robert Eppelein, Fred Deunis, Howard Eddy, Augustine Deering, lack Engle. Not in Picture-Robert Crowley. Page Eighty-Five CSJOiDllOl7IOI'Q Gfass Row l-William Citrone, Raymond Courson, lohn David Burkham, Ber- nard Coulter, Walter Coss, George Buchanan, Robert Byers, Robert Coconar, Iohn Campbell. ROW 2 - Wilma Cagney, Mary Carlisle, Iohanna Cope, Glenna Courtney, Betty Channell, Maxine Crane, Ioan E. Christy, Mary lane Chester, Betty Lou Carpenter, Mary Lou Buchanan. Row 3-lean Evelyn Hall, Patricia Harris, Ioan Hays, Ruby Haynes, Carolyn Harris, Martha Hickman, Betty Hazen, lean Hagans, Virginia Gutridge, Ethel Geer, Marjorie E. Harter, Wanita Harter. Row 4-Lou lean Hall, Bonnie Harden, Patsy Higginbotham, Margaret Hand, Martha Hohl, Patricia Hand, Clare Hart, Paul Eugene Gutridge, Clarence Holman, George Hiatt, Robert Hawkins. Row 5-Richard Hathaway, William Heckelman, Donald Hess, Roger Gaumer, William Gorsich, Charles Hinger, Robert Hitchcock, Bernard Hare, Harold Hobbs. Page Eighty-Six CSOPIIOITLOTQ 616183 Row l-Mary Lou Kurtzholz, Louise Kina, Iacquelyn Kramer, Charlotte Allen Kuhn, Betty Kime, Elsie Kvintus, Katherine Lavery, Rosemary Kidd, Wilda Mary Lawrence, Mary Linton. ROW 2-Otis ldle, Richard lacobs, Charles E. Huber, William Huffman, Paul B. lackson, George Huffman, Marshall Hoy, William R. Honenberqer., Robert M. Iones, Thomas Keyes. Row 3-Elsie lones, lean A. Huqhes, Martha Rose lones, Betty Honen- berqer, Myrta Iones, Lona Howcleshell, Betty Hupp, Paul Keaser, Gus Horst, Richard Hunt, Charles Iones. Row 4- Marilyn Iones, Beryl Ann Keckley, Molly Keck, Vivian M. Ken- drick, Wanda I. lones, Mary Keim, Phyllis Iones, Kibler, lean Kappes, Betty Ieftreys, Geraldine lohnson. Ioe Burnly, Walter Conners, Robert Cochran, Leland Cocanour, lames Crea, Richard Campbell, Richard Clark, Kenton Campbell, Robert Clifford, I Donald Cass. Not in Picture-Iames Holmes. Page Eighty-Seven CSDOPIIOITLOIP 61688 Row l-lane Porter, Claire Nugent, Phyllis Pinkerton, Virginia Martin, Mary Io Martin, Martha Martin, Mary Mason, lean Martin, Evelyn Maddox, lean Lana. Row 2-Betty Maidel, losephine Moore, Katherine Mike, Pauline Miller, Barbara Luby, Dorothy McCollouqh, Ioan Leedy, Betty Lieber, Anna Mae Kirk, Lorraine Miller. Row 3-Charles Mason, William L. Miller, Charles Markham, Howard Miller, Iohn Miller, Richard Mercer, Kenneth Masters, Robert Mcllyar, Harold Main. Row 4 - larnes Mitchel, William R. Miller, Robert Liqhtle, Charles McGont- gornery, Fred McEltresh, Iohn Lannon, William Lee, Robert Meckley, Lean Miller, Robert Marietta. Row 5 - lohn E. Miller, Richard Kreaqer, lack Kirk, Carl Louqhman, Robert Lecky, William Luqenbeal, Paul Loar, Charles Logan, Carl Lescalleet, Richard Kirk, Lester Lewis. Page Eighty-Eight CSDOPIIOITLOVQ 61033 Row 1 -William Rogers, Iames Rine, Walter Sidel, William Rogers, Wil- liam Rose, Harry Sewerd, Philip Resta, Iohn Sanders, Darwin Shannon, Benia- min Robertson, Betty Steele, Delores Shaw. Row 2 - luanita Saultz, Helen Richards, Iune Provin, Dorthey Quick, Sylvia Riftle, Charles Rechel, lack Rosebraugh, Eugene Pryor, George Rubel Clayton Priest, Sarah Smucker, leannette Strader. Row 3-Mary Io Riley, Rosanna Shenck, leanne Scales, Esther Sanner, Phyllis Rupright, Henryella Robertson, Anne Rossel, Suzanne Price, Patricia Seiter, Earlene Russell, Mary Kay O'Brien, Marian Staufteur. Row 4-Torn Penn, Leroy Wegle, limrny Phillips, Tia Peppers, Dorothy Price, Betty Price, Evealyn Pletcher, Eileen Neighbarger, Mary Morriss, Betty Neighbor, Connie Norpell, Helen Simms. Row 5-HBradley Norpell, David Nichols, Harold Norris, Richard Mount, William Phillips, Richard Weel, Ray Oiienbaker, Ross Patrick, Bill Pound, Wallace Redman, Berton Ridenour. Not in Picture- Sylva Seiler, Lillian Patten, Bob Moore, Doris Marange, lean Segele. Page Eighty-Nine CSJOPIZOITIOFQ Gfass Row l - Bonnie Warrnen, Dorothy Virgin, Mary Alice Van Horn, Virginia Wagner, Madeline Van Atta, Edith Warnock, Doris Truex, Ioanne Thomas. Row 2 - lean Snidden, Della Mae Smith, Evelyn Smith, Marjorie Shirigley, Mary Snoor, Martha Ann Slick, Aileen Simpson, Mary Vogel, Iacquelin Snyder, Alice Tait, Donna Van Ness, Ioan Walters. Row 3-Thelma Sprague, Wilda Stevens, Elsie Showrnan, Samuella Steele, Bonnie Lee Stevens, Don Stevens, Don Shannon, Gail Shoults, Mac Steele, Alex Stewart. i Row 4-Ray Starling, Bill Smith, Russell Schonebarger, Bernard Stough, Iack Stauch, Paige Strickland, David Shanton, Iohn Steadman, Bob B. Smith, Robert Strang. Row 5-Zelner Thomas, George Trombo, lesse Trost, Iohn Toothman, Lawrence Van Winkle, Paul Tawney, Frank Valentine, Burr Van Atta, Richard Warthan, Walter Trager, Iack Swartz, Harry Walker. Page Ninety CSTOPIIOIYZOVQ GlClSS Row l-Viola Wakefield, Vona Trout, Eleanor Ulrich, Hazel Thomp- son, Emajean Thompson, Coletta Varner, Evelyn Thompson, Elizabeth Swick, Mary Ellen Teaqarden, Dorothey Van Winkle, Katherine Thompson. Row 2 - Barbara Weiler, Mazelle Whyde, Grace Worley, Priscilla Wetzel, Alice Wolf, Faun Webb, Iacqueline Welsh, Betty Lou Wharton, Ruth Wilkin, Thelma Wilson, Wilma Woodard. Bow 3-Patricia Wobles, Dorothy Williams, Carl Wise, Wendell Wil- son, Thomas Wolford, Wallace Wolfe, William Wolfe, Donald Woods, Marjorie Woodyard, Helen Marie Weekley. Row 4-Gerald Westbrook, Earl Wiley, lack Yarqer, Ned Wells, James Whitaker, Martin Young, Robert Welsh, Roy York, Max Yost. Not in Picture - Maryann Wintermute. Page Ninety-One l 1.1: 'Z' , Z1 Riff E. YEL' fiwin R V I wmwli mf- ' ' 2- mOOSQUGlt kgLlI1iOl' CSDCIIOO 9 Edith Fleming Principal B. S., Michiqan State Normal College Page Ninety-Three moosevelt ninth Qracfe l i Row l-Barbara Helphrey, Mary Io Hand, Ruth Carpenter, Margaret Schmitt, Florence Behart, Ida Baker, Margaret Foas, Caral Bebout, Frances Glaner, lean Darling, Nita Cherry, Evelyn Graams, Marilyn Barstow, Pauline Carpenter, Rose Marie Clgle. Row 2-William Howard, Robert Heatwale, lohn Anderegg, Dan Boyd, Clarence Brucker, Kenneth Varner, Daniel Smith, Philip Haas, Eugene McCon- nell, Wayne Chrisman, Elmer Sanner, Richard Riese, David Rankin, Richard Rice. Row 3-Ralph Wells, loe Van Atta, Dick Hutson, lim Derringer, Iohn Warner, Bob Toos, Oscar Giblin, Harold Gray, Eugene Hannigan, Lee Heck- man, Russell Hall, lerry Conners, Ed Cook. Row 4 - Mildred Keaser, Margery Van Atta, Vonne Warner, Mary Selby, Phyllis Walser, Grace Villars, Ruth Sedgwick, Norma Hobbs, lean McCartney, Carolyn Kreitler, Dorothy Henzy, Ioann Iohns, Jeannette lury, Mary Mackinzie, Naney McPherson. Row 5 -Gerald Iohnsen, William Loy, Margaret lnlow, Betty Wolfe, Helen Radu, Imogene Siegel, Colleen Iohnson, Eleanor Lugar, Zella Rennu, Roger Pratt, Himard Hill. Row 6 - Richard Perdue, Lincoln Nunnelly, Robert McElfred, Carl Richey, Neil Smith, Clifford Dugan, Earl Lallathin, Bennie Coleman, lack Wagganer, Carl Welsch, William Forsythe. Page Ninety-Four Boys, gfome gconomics Row l-William Howard, Clarence Brucker, Iohn Anderegq. Row 2 -I-loword Hill, Carl Welsch, David Rankin, Elmer Sanner, Iohri Warner, Oscar Giblin. A group of ninth-qrade boys has Roosevelt School. The object of the formed a home economics club this club is to teach the boys the funda- year under the direction of Miss Edith meritals ot cooking. It has proved of Myer, teacher of Home Economics in interest to all members. Page Ninety-Five Page N inetyxSix cLjiI'LCOlfl kgUI'LiOI' CSCILOO Thom Mac Doncrqh Principal A. B., Denison University ealncofn ninth grade Row l-Marilyn Chesser, Donna Kirk, Mary Iohnson, Winitred Pipes, Mildred Pritchett, Barbara Frances, Virginia Martin, Mary McCaiferty, Virginia Colling, Ola Holman, Carol Leasure, Norma Chatterton, Eva Dodson, loanne Kissamore, Betty Castle, Martha Ranck, Alice lean Hammond, lune Cramer, Frances Haley, Anita Smith, lean Fowler, lo Ann Ditter. Row 2-Patricia Stewart, Ioyce Davis, Ianice lacobs, Rosemary Barclay, Wilma Howes, Bonalee Shipp, losephine Kanuckle, Evelyn Varner, Dora Iean Parsons, Betty Wilson, Freda Shaw, Bonnie Moran, Betty Woolard, Marjorie Stichter, Wanda Warthen, Faye Iones, Dorothy Myers, Verna Baughman, Mary Neighbor, Ieanne Carson, Arleene Beeney, Genora Iohnson. Row 3-Ralph Lynch, Ioe Barrett, Robert Hickman, Don Nelson, Elmer Hanby, Lloyd Iones, Bill Filkosky, Ierry Holland, Ernie Dayton, Bob Northey, Charles Pigg, Richard Culver, Donald Higgins, Don Carson, Richard Dean, Ralph Smith, Earl Bolen, Walter Dwiggans, Richard Mummey, Bob Waddell, Dana Walker. Row 4 - Dorothy Berry, Lucille Kalina, Nevella Moore, Margarita Gentry, Leona Glover, Hazel Wright, Theresa Wessinger, Marjorie Myers, Lucille Frye, Dorothy Strader, Mary Louise Glaunsinger, Geraldine Lake, Maxine Black, Frances Mason, Virginia Teagarden, Norma Richards, Ienny Haluczik, Wanda Diller, Marjorie Buckingham, Norma Mason. Row 5 -Duane Shoults, Leo Miller, Bobby Coyne, Billy Harris, Carl Chism, Ierry Radcliffe, Billy McCullough, loe Lanning, Kenneth Stewart, Iunior Rambo, Billy Brecht, Ioe Adzic, Billy Rine, Cretis Webb, Melvin Rector, Ronald Barclay, Wilfred Bowers, George Martin, Walter Porter, Bobby Robertson, Harold Smith, Billy Veselick. Row 64Ronald Stockdale, Lester McFarland, Kenneth Thompson, Ellis Wagenheim, Carroll Bowers, Charles Rose, Harold Hones, Ralph Hunter, Ed- ward Heck, lunior Cates, George Wagner, Dale Sears, Robert Camp, Waynd Snider, Kenneth Deweese, Iames Thompson, Gene Rodgers. Page Ninety Seven WOHOI' nQUpl'lS Seatedeluanita Tate, Eileen Varner, Dorothy Meharry, Carol Calland, Norma Nethers, Mar- garet Boylan, Vaida Diller, Virginia O'Connor, Mary Lou Dawson, Charlene McCatferty, Wanda Diller, Carol Leasure, loanne Kissamore, lenny I-laluczik, Norma Richards, Faye lanes, Ioan Den- man, Helen Huggins, Dorinda Smith, Patricia Deutsche. Standing-Dick lones, limmie Martin, George Bowers, William Harris, William Veselick, William Lavelle, William Filkosky, William Kelley, Robert Kelley, Virgil McCullough, Charles Fisk, Edwin McMien, Donad Huggins, Joseph Barrett, Carl Snider, lacqueline Rice, Virginia Teaaarden, Ioyce Davis, Barbara Francis, lanice lacobs, Anita Smith, Marilyn Chesser. The activities oi the modern junior high school are so varied that we tre- quently lose sight of the importance of scholastic achievement. After all, the main purpose oi this unit oi our educa- tional system is to develop these young students into efficient, mentally poised and physically able citizens ot the corn- niunity. This can be accomplished only if pupils are taught the intrinsic value of the school as a democratic commu- nity which provides its members with the opportunity of sharing in the com- Page Ninety-Eight mon lite according to his interest and capacity. Lincoln Iunior High School has en- deavored to emphasize scholarship this year. The pupils in this group are those who were on the Honor Roll at the con- clusion ot the first semester. Four A grades place the pupil on the first honor roll: three A's and one B, on the second honor roll. We feel that these pupils have ex- perienced the exhilaration resulting from work well done. Gentral xgunior gfiglz Qsjclzoof Lester B. Cox Principal A. B., Otterbein College Graduate Work, Ohio State University Page Ninety-Nine Gentral ninth Qraale Row lfMaryilan Davenport, Phyllis Dyer, Betty Wise, Iohn Touvell, Glen Moore, William Thomson, Robert Whykoff, Ralph Oakleaf, Paul Iones, Donald Bennett, William Snider, Iohn Griffith, lohn Kelly, Ralph Simson, Lenerod Wolf, Russel Wieler, Marjorie Miller, Nina Towels, Maxine Toland, Ioyce Salts, Clarbell Bush, Norma Rogers. Row Z-Iames Siegel, George Ankel, William Simross, Faye Rodgers, Bonnie Wallace, Betty Beckman, Alice Lavery, Billie lean Fabler, Dorthy Weaver, Norma Stacel, Donna Vogel, Io Sands, Virginia Moore, Nina Smith, Mary Barrett, Donna Varner, Marie Secrist, Martha Backenstos, Dalores Robinson, lanice Peace, Louise Hartshorn. Row 3-William Mills, Iohn Radebach, Helen Gibson, lean Wright, lohn Bertech, Richard Rice, Elmer Crathers, Brice Smith, William Azebell, William Andrews, lames Ried, Louis Del Acots, Richard Holler, Claude Laughman, Orval Smith, Theodore Schleiffer, Ellsworth Burton, Bernard Nye, Walter Ramsey, Robert McGimms, lames Iones, lohn Redmar, Walter Walker. Row 4-Richard Baker, Beverly DeMar, Mary Huber, Doris Showman, Dorothy Lentz, Dorothy Noblick, Christine Andrews, Gloria lones, Francis Wright, Patricia Wever, Letha Lake, Viola Badkin, Pauline Powell, Bonnie McDonald, Linnie Mae Starling, Bonnie Rowe, lunita Glover, Patricia Siegle, Rosalie Skees, Margret Crammer, Elizabeth Ryan, Richard Patterson, Pauline Smothers, Connie Mackus, Dorothy Butler, Barbara Oxley, Marie Dean, lo Ann Brough, Eulela Dietz, Norma Tanner, Margaret ller, Dorothy Wintringham, Fredric Bline, William Spur, lohn Esheliman, Walter Camble, Carl Miller, Benjamin Ralph, Phillip Lynn, loseph Redman, Phillip Queen, William Cagney. Row 6-William Worley, lohn Holland, Albert Syhurst, lohn Holeman, Homer Camisford Howard Phillips, Richard Gamerdinger, lames Williams, William Baumgartner, Kenith Peterson, William Crumrime, Robert Ervin, Richard Orr, Iohn Russel, Paul Crouch, Thomas Huckel, Ronald DeMent, William Dayhuff, Vail Springel, Clifford Starling, Ernest Touvell. Page One Hundred Gum QCGUJQ Cum Laude, the girls' honor society of Central junior High School, is com- posed ot those girls who achieve and maintain the scholastic standard set up by the organization. This standard re- quries that each girl have at least one A and. no mark less than B in her ma- jor subjects. The purpose ot the club is to recognize the scholastic achieve- President i,,,.........iv Vice-President r i.,.... . Secretary ,,,.,,,.,,...,,,.,, Treasurer ...,......,rr,,..,, Adviser for the Club t i ments ot the girls at Central, to further the development of these girls, to create high standards ot scholarship at Central and to assist the school in any project for which help is needed. The membership for second semes- ter, l942, numbers 33. The officers in- clude: Claribel Bush Barbara Oxley Louise Hartshorn .......,Doris Showman Miss Miriam Hildreth Page One Hundred One !gjjOOC!I'OW Wilson 'gUnl.Of . niim. ' Page One Hundred Two E. H. Heckelman Principal B. A., Ohio Wesleyan M. A., Ohio State University lfwllson Tlin tlz Qraale Row l-Ieanette Halisy, Ernestine Styers, Geanne Garver, Frances Ful- kerson, Ann Attlee, Ioan Franz, Doris Frey, Evelyn White, Margaret Huffman, Maxine Minturn, Norma Kistlingbury, Ruth Pletcher, Martha Rossell, Sharon McDaniels, Ada May Gonser, Dorothy Greenlee, Gloria Linn. Row 2- Shirley Holler, Virginia Gunion, Ann Chrisman, Carmen Deenis, Mary Williams, lulia Ann Miller, Madeline Plaine, Edna Mae Wilson, Iuanita Larimore, Pauline Iohnson, Marcelia Jeffries, Mary Lou Woltjen, Eileen Wil- liams, Virginia Vintilla, Dwella Touvell, Dolores Touvell, Eleanor Horchler. Row 3-George Sissea, Ioe Davis, Gail Wolf, Kenneth Coleman, Gene Piche, Eugene Messick, Robert Evans, Iohn Booher, Danny Flowers, Gene Saylor, Franklin Lawson, Charles Sessor, Vernon Williams, LLouis Myers. Row 4- Iohanna Horst, Donna Mossman, Norma Niebarger, Ruth Nash, Bonnie Cramer, Mary Connor, lean Swick, Lucille Braunbeck, Mary Emerson, Ann Farmer, Ruth Braddock, Betty Stevens, Louise Connor, Wanda Wetzel, Betty Frey, Dorothy Linn. Row 5 - Eugene Seufert, Gaylord Henry, Dale Gonser, Carl Smith, Harold Saultz, Robert Wykoff, Robert Thomas, Paul Ridenbaugh, Iohn Hershberger, Calvin Kyle, Forrest Bell, lack Evans, Iohn Bozman, Dale Taylor. Row 6-Robert Ridenbaugh, Richard Welker, Thomas Mike, lrwin Keith, Robert Thompson, Frank Brounbeck, Forrest Coakley, Paul Dunaway, Iohn Embrey, Don Florian, Tom l-lite, Bill Eckert. Not in Picture -Eleanor Dilts, Don Frush, Denzil Blake, Wilbur Mills. Page One Hundred Three efiorary anal Honor Qgjociety The enrollment this year has been between 325 and 350 ot which 93 are in the ninth grade. We are featuring this year our new Library, together with members of the Honor Society. The Library was set up in one of the classrooms, and schedules are ar- ranged so that every pupil in the school is assigned to the library at least once every day. Page One Hundred Four Pupils obtain membership in the Honor Society when they receive three or more grades in A. Their member- ship is continuous until they tail to make at least three grades in A. The Society is reorganizing the Student Handbook and have also supervised an honor study hall. Miss Margaret Linehan is adviser for the Honor So- ciety. Q i, Student Gouncil Row l-Constance Norpell, Betty Lou Wharton, Peggy Dugan, Iames Cooper, Henry Hook, William Hall, Virginia Scott, Betty Francis, Betty Camlin, Ruth Andereqq, lune Myer. Row 2-Mr. Frew C. Boyd, Gus Hess, William Haynes, Marilyn Finkbone, Mary Ellen Abbott, Betty Idle, Kathleen Stradley, Patricia Belt, Virginia Wright, Mary Ellen Kreager, Dazie Ann Wells, Iason Yost, Clifford Neighbarger, Miss Rosa Pugh. Row 3-Billy Brooks, George Pigg, William Bline, Eugene Pryor, Robert Bieberbach, Sidney Davis, Elmer Munkachy, Lorenzo Lea, Pat Irish, Paul Miller, lames Francis. Not in Picture-Carl Fields, Ann Marshall. The Student Council is a very im- The council is financed by the fees portant Organization of this School- It collected at school activities. With this money it provides for many chapel pro- grams and also for school dances and pep rallies. unities all student organizations under one general control, encourages and promotes all Worthy school activities, This Otgcmtzatton is made up of mem- and gives the students greater oppor- bers elected from the sophomore, jun- tunities for self-direction. ior, Gnd Senior CICISSQS. President ............ ...... H enry Hook Vice-President ...... ..... l ames COOpeI Secretary ,,,.Yr,, ,v... V irginia Scott Treasurer .......,......... ..... ............ W i lliam Hall Faculty Advisers ,.............. Miss Rosa Pugh Principal Frew C. Boyd Page One Hundred Six Qeba te l x Sitting-Esther Bland, Constance Norpell, William Hall, Barbara Rodeniser, Roger Gaumer, Lorenzo Lea, Mary Lea Hathaway, Alice Tait, Regena Campbell. Standing-Reva Hoskinson, Leo Garapedian, Dolores Shaw, lack Engle, Henry Hook, Albert Gutherie, Mr. C. P. Smith, Pat Irish, Richard Baker, Dick Campbell, Thelma Vogel, Iohn Gulick, Bonnie Courtright. The Newark High School Debate ac- tivities were expanded this year. One team of inexperienced debaters and one of experienced ones. The speaking force this year con- sisted of six affirmative speakers. There were three seniors: William Hall, Henry Hook, and Mary Lee Hathaway, and three sophomores: Roger Gaumer, Al- bert Guthrie, and Esther Blande. On the negative side there were seven speakers. Only one senior, Ruth An- deregg, participated in this phase. There also were three juniors: Lorenzo Lea, Richard Baker, and Pat Irish, and three sophomores: lames Cree, Iohn Gulick, and lack Engle. The season was opened with a trip to Mansfield by both double teams. The Newark District Meet was held at Newark on March l4. The schools in the league were Coshocton, Lancaster, Dover, Zanesville, and Newark. Zanes- ville and Newark tied for first place with three wins out of four. These two teams debated the tie. There was an- other tie, each school winning one de- bate. However, this tie was prepared for, and by relative grading Zanesville was declared winner. This concluded the debate season. Also the debate team participated in a radio debate on December 22 with a Massillon negative team. Representa- tives were sent to a general assembly at Columbus State House and to a con- gress at Bowling Green University on April 2, 3, and 4. At that congress Henry Hook was declared the outstand- ing member of both houses and was awarded a personal trophy. William Hall also attended the congress. Page One Hundred Seven Goffege an 1 t Row l-Margaret Myers, Patricia Bauman, Dorothy Beeney, Barbara Rothstein, Ioan Taylor, William Haynes, Paul O'Brien, Marilyn Binger, Patsy Ashley, Ruth Andereqqt Virginia Scott, Eleanor Moore. Row 2+Sara Owen, Lois Brandt, Betty Camlin, Patricia Norpell, Katheryn Trumbo, Viola Smith, Iune Watson, Patricia Belt, Virginia Wright, Donna lean Essig, Helen Wallace, lean Ross. Row 3-Oscar Horst, Lillian Simpson, Betty Vtfalker, Kathleen Stradley, Regina Campbell, Bonnie Courtright, lvadel Schisler, Mildred Mitchell, Mary Lee Hathaway, Martha Lehman, Bonnie Hartman. Row 4-Henry Hook, Mamie Hull, Iulie Henzy, Gus Hess, lames Francis, 'Wilbur Mitchell, Martha Roof, Mary lean Gard, Ioanna Nehls. Row 5-Robert Anderson, Elmer Munkachy, William Hall, Norton Suter, Iohn Hazlett, lames Wolfe, George Ralph, lohn Deering, Robert Lawrence, George Pigg. ROW 6-Howard Miller, George Cotterman, Richard Lange, Norman Stradley, Richard Pierce, William Sergeant, Eugene Roof, Sidney Davis, Wayne Campbell, Donald Shields, Robert Pfeffer. Not in Picturevlkngie Athan, Edgar Baker, lames Cooper, lerry lury, Iohn Mix, Iay Yost, Ierry Christman. The purpose of the College Club is to help each member tind the college that seems most attractive to him and most suited to his needs. It also tries to acquaint its members with the various colleges: Their activi- ties, location, expenses, requirements, and student aid offered. During the year, representatives from 10 Ohio col- leges, including Ohio State, Miami, and Kenyon, spoke to the club concerning these things. This year, the members took vocabu- lary tests to improve their vocabularies. There were committee reports on how to study and how to improve one's read- ing speed. One ot the members also gave a report on the mathematical achievements that a high school gradu- ate should have. President ,,,,,,,,,,, ..,.,.,,. P Gul QABTIQII t Vice-President ...., ...... W illiam Haynes Secretary ..A,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,........... .... . . lason Yost Treasurer .. ............................. ........ A ngel Athan , Corresponding Secretary ..,........... Ioanna Nehls I Faculty Adviser ............,.......... Miss Bertha Crilly Page One Hundred Eight Qbramatic Row l - Richard Baker, Charles Montgomery, Donald Weston, Clifford Neighbarger, Paul Miller, Mr. Stewart Cox, Dick Williams, Robert Strang, lames Wolfe, Richard Day, lames Vogel, Robert Bonham. Row ZfVirginia English, lean Richardson, Melva lane Vanderhoven, Edith Myers, Shirley Spencer, Virginia Scott, Bill Sergeant, Wilbur Mitchell, Evenes Stanley, Bonnie lean Courtright, Mildred Mitchell, Pauline Boggs, lo Moore. Row 3-Marjorie Woodyard, Carol lean Siegel, Iacqualine Simpson, Mary Lou letters, Eliza- beth Carey, Margaret Andrews, lune Watson, Mary Eleanor Steinbaugh, lean Davidson, Katheryn Wonder, Flossie Myer, loan Walters. Row 44Patsy Higginbotham, Iune Myer, Dazie Ann Wells, Shirley Love, Iune Hollister, Miriam Raikin, Helen Massalas, Barbara Rothstein, Ruth Anderegg, Betty Francis, Patricia Bauman, Eleanor Moore, loan Taylor, Ioanna Nehls. Row 5-Peggy Dugan, Mary Kay O'Brien, Hazel McKinnon, Reva Hoskinson, Mary lo Hum- bert, lanice Hay, Linda Wells, Carol Porter, Katherine Palmer, Betty idle, Betty Ann lones, Dorothea Dodd. Row 6fConstance Norpell, Georgia Edwards, Robert Avery lenkins, lames Cree, Billy Lee Tumblin, Richard Pierce, Leo Garapedian, Iames Francis, lames Gerber, George Ralph, Margaret Myers, Marjorie Price, Row 7-Bill Moore, Charles Nye, Clayton Priest, Paul Loar, lames Swain, Ioseph Billows, George Beckman, Clare Barton, Charles McCartney, Charles Flemming, Robert Wise. Not in Picture-Ann Marshall. The Dramatic Club ot l942 was di- rected by Miss Ruth Johnson, who re- placed Mr. Stewart A. Cox. Before leaving for the Air Corps, Mr. Cox supervised the production ot "Night ot Ianuary l6." Since that time Miss Iohnson has very successfully produced the lunior Class play "Stray Cats" and the Senior Class play, "The Ghost Train." The Club met regularly every two Weeks and a variety of programs were President ...,.....,. ..... W illiam Sargeant Vice-President ..... ,..... V irginia Scott Secretary .,,,.,,..,, ..,.., S hirley Spencer Treasurer ,,V,o...,.,.,,, ..,,,,, E dy-the Myers Sergeant-at-Arms ..... ..,.,..., W ilbur Mitchell Adviser ................. .r.... M iss Ruth Iohnson presented. These programs consisted of play reviews, monologues, short ra- dio skits, one-act plays, and other forms ot entertainment. Page One Hundred Nine Hallman! Staff w t Left to Right-Mary Ellen Kreager, Eugene Roof, Patricia Bauman, Norton Suter, Paul Miller, Robert Ienkins, Iohn Hazlett, Ruth Andregg, Virginia Scott, Mary Lou letters, Iohn Deering, Patricia Norpell, Iulie Henzy, Wilbur Mitchell, Lewis Goodwin. Not in Picture-Ann Marshall, Fred Ryan. The purpose of this class is to pro- duce the year book, which records by means of photographs and articles the life of the high school. This publication displays activities and achievements, while many pictures present the per- sonalities vividly. All phases are pre- sented so that the students may have Page One Hundred Ten a memory of their school days and so that others may see how complete and interesting the school program is. The staff Wishes to express its most sincere appreciation for the art section and photography to Miss Georgina Hickreson, Mr. Philip Anderson, and their respective classes. Editor ..................,.... .........c,.. I ulie Henzy Associate Editor ,.,r... ............. I ohn Deering Faculty Adviser ,..,.,. .,..., M iss Bertha Crilly ournalisfn Staff I i Sitting-Martha lones, Carl Simpson, Ruth Larnmers, Clifiard Neighbarger, Walter Morrow, Susan Martin, Mary lane Vintilla. Standing-Shirley Love, loan Taylor, lennie Harris, Dazie Ann Wells, Richard Day, Melva lane Vanderhoven, Betty Burdine, Mary lo l-lumbert. The Iournalisrn class edits the Re- veille News Sheet. This paper includes editorials, a fun column, accounts of sports, and various articles on school activities. A yearly subscription en- titles the subscriber to a weekly copy and a special issue at Christmas, also the senior issue. The News Sheet gives the staff mem- bers an opportunity to write for publica- Editor ......,.........,...... ....,........ S usan Martin Associate Editor ....... ..... M ary lane Vintilla Adviser .... ......i.i.,,. ,...... M i ss Bertha Crilly tion. This organization prepares the material needed for keeping a record of school events and giving publicity to school activities. Creative writing is much encouraged in this class. Not only does the class study a stand- ard textbook, but they also read the NEW YORK TIMES daily for a study of vocabulary, current events, and the es- sentials oi newspaper work. Page One Hundred Eleven mooltn v.Rfg6IZfS Row 1- Carolyn Harris, Fay Filkosky, Donna lean Danforth, Mary Lou Buchanan, Florence Allen, Geraldine Minor, lane Callander, Helen Simms, Clayton Priest, William Rainey, Charles Markham, Pauline Boggs, Iohn Hazlett, Robert Pfeffer, Robert Be-bout. Row 2--lane Porter, Norma Kirk, Betty Maidel, Molly Keck, Pat Crawley, lane England, Bertella lauchius, lohn Deering. Row 3--- Don Ayers, lesse Trost, Wallace Graham, Dick Butts, Anne Rossel, Alice Tait, lune Watson, Mary Lou letters, Barbara Beaver, Jacqueline Simpson. Standing-lack Stauch, Martha Fitzell, Carol lean Siegel, Pauline Ventura, Barbara Dorsey, Mr. Stoechman. At the first of the year a boy and a girl are selected from each home room to carry out the duties of room agents during the year. To qualify, the Page One Hundred Twelve students must be dependable and ac- curate in their work. At the first of the year the room agent must interview each member of his homeroom to solicit subscriptions for the Reveille News. At the beginning of the second semester he must again interview each student, this time to solicit for the Reveille An- nual. The room agents have a great deal of responsibility, since they play such an important part in informing the stu- dent body of school activities. Also, each agent must take charge of selling tickets in his session room for all school activities. They must create an active interest in all school entertainments. The room agents definitely have great influence in creating better school spirit. Qusiness Staff Row l-Grace Gentile, Martha Priest, Geraldine Minor, Helen lohns. Row 2 lacqueline Woolard, Maxine Stevens, Mary Shaw, Iustine Woolard. Row 3-Mary lane Doerr, Dazie Ann Wells, Adelaide Chilcote, Margaret Myers, Melva lane Vanderhoven. Row 4-Charlotte Kuhn, Marie Atscoff, Betty Ayers, Marjorie Barrett, Georgia Edwards. Bow 5-lackie Kramer, Ruth Smith, Marjorie Steinman, Jackie Simpson, Carol lean Seigel. Not in PicturefMartha Iones, Charles McCartney, Raymond Nourse. The Business Staff Was organized this year, as in previous years, to solicit the business establishments of the com- munity for advertisements in the An- nual. Besides helping to finance the Annual, this organization is also ad- Business Manager .......,........... Raymond Nourse Assistant Business Manager .,......, Martha Priest Faculty Adviser .,........ Mr. George Stoeckmann vantageous in aiding its members gain valuable experience. Not only do they make the helpful acquaintance of the leading men of the community, but they also learn to meet these men with con- fidence and ease. Page One Hundred Thirteen Tnimeograplz Staff Row lfConstance Minor, Evenes Stanley, Ethyl Wilkins, Maxine Stevens, lean Applegate, Marie Atskoff, Helen lohn, Marjorie Barrett, Wanita Clark, Betty Ayers, lane England. Row 2fNaomi Lahley, Mary Shaw, Shirley Flannigan, Katheryn Loos, Mary Good, Mary Greenlee, Amelia Trefzer, Beatrice Levingston, Virginia Wilson. Row 3-Alice Mae Roseboom, Margaret Andrews, Pauline Boggs, Edythe Myers, Shirley Spencer, Audrey Neighbarger, Pauline Nethers, Alice Varner, Edrie White, Eleanor Iohns. Row Liflunior Barber, Richard Van Winkle, Richard Thompson, Lorraine Hamilton, Grace Gentile, Virginia Hare, Ruth Fields, Florence Haudeshell, Raymond Goodin, Robert Hinger, Mr. St. Clair. The mimeograph class consists of both boys and girls this year, who are selected according to their typing ability and scholastic record. Page One Hundred Fourteen The most important of its duties is the work With the journalism class in pre- paring the Weekly newspaper. The mimeograph department cut the sten- cils, mimeograph the material, and fold the papers for distribution. This organi- zation also does a large amount of Work for the teachers, the office, school clubs, and the draft board of this city. This year this staff has printed the following: The Reveille News, poems for English classes, song sheets, exam- inations, library material, and draft board questionnaires. .newly an Row l-Evelyn Maddux, Marilyn lones, Betty Steele, lane Porter, Elsie Mae Plants, Miss Blanche Hills, Betty Maidel, Edwinna Baker, loanna Hayes, Martha leanne Heckman. Row 2-Esther Sanner, Belly Honenberger, Louise Elder, Geraldine Fredrilz, Martha Rose Iones, Mary Kein, Doris Virginia Truex, Beryl Ann Keckley, Martha Edwards. This is the second year that the stu- dents have had the opportunity ot a library club. lt Was organized by Miss Blanche L. Hills. The main purposes oi the Library Club are to help the members to use the library and to acquaint them with the methods used: to help them be- come interested in reading the educa- tional books and magazinesp to assist the librarian with the Work in the li- braryg for some members, to serve as a possible vocational interest: and to help the fellow students and faculty in their use of the library. President ,...,......,... l..,. E lsie Plants V109-President .............. l,,... l,...,.,. I a ne Porter Secretary-Treasurer .l..........,........,... Betty Maiclel Faculty Adviser ....,l.l..,ll..l Miss Blanche L. Hills Among the social activities ot the club were a picnic held in the tall and a Christmas party sponsored by Miss Margaret Lamb and her students in the home economics room. Miss Hills en- tertained the whole group. During the Winter a skating party was enjoyed at the Old Mill by the student library as- sistants and Miss Hills. Page One Hundred Fifteen H77 " Club Row l-- Mr. Edgar Sherman, lames Vogel, William l-lall, Walter Redman, lames Curry, Dwight Snelling, Ralph Woodyard, William Phillips. Row 2ADonald lanes, lay Yost, Robert Smith, Raymond Wheeler, William Gorsuch, George Bibart, Raymond George, Eugene Ewing, Don McCaulsky, Row 3-Charles Abbott, Robert Bieberbach, Paul lackson, William Winn, ferry Christman, Robert Lawrence, lohn Starrett, Iarnes Branscome. Row 4fEdgar Baker, lack Bickle, Fred Schaus, Elmer Munkachy, lames Cooper, lack Yarger. Not in Picture-William l-lonenberger, Arnold Stasel, Karl Seesholtz. Membership in the N Club is gained by earning a letter in any major sporty such as, football, basketball, track, cross-country, golf, and tennis. The pur- poses of the club are to promote good clean sportsmanship in all athletics, to assist the Athletic Association in pro- moting athletic relations With other schools, and to help manage the athletic events by ushering and passing out programs. The club presented a chapel program of the "Top l-latters," an orchestra from Page One Hundred Sixteen Columbus. The regular programs for the year included talks on athletics, sport guizzies, and motion picturesp the club completed their social program by holding two informal sport dances. This club also performs an important job in school activities by patroling the side- Walks. All senior members are presented with a year-around pass to all athletic events. At the close of the school year an award is made to the boy, who in the club's opinion has contributed the most to the high school athletics. Last year the award was made to Edward Allen. FlRST SEMESTER l94l-42 President .....................,..,................... Robert Smith Vice-President ....,...................... Ierold Christman Secretary ................ ......,............ W illiam Hall Faculty Adviser ....................., Mr. Edgar Sherman SECOND SEMESTER President ..........,.....,...,.,,,,....,,,,,, William Gorsuc 4' Vice-President ......................... Robert Bieberbaqg 'Secretary ............. ....,.......... D onald lories Treasurer ......... ...... , ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, I ack Yqrqer Faculty AdVlSGT ,.,,,,., .,,,,, M 11 Edgar Shermqn my ... , Row l--Mr. Logan Crossland, Richard Pierce, William Moore, Howard Crouch, Gus Hess, William Sergeant, Elmer Munkachy, Eugene Root, William Hall, Albert Workman, lames Gerber, John Cramer, Mr. C. P. Smith. Row Zflames Higgins, Rodney Callander, William Hill, Richard Van Winkle, Henry Hook, James Francis, Wilbur Mitchell, Robert Ptetter. Row 3-Norton Suter, lames Schaller, George Schaller, William Crawmer, Edgar Baker, James Branscome, lerry lury, lason Yost. Row 4-Oscar Horst, Paul O'Brien, lohn Hazlett, Charles Fleming, lerry Christman, lames Cooper, lames Curry, Angie Athan, Row 5fFranklin Keyes, Robert Lawrence, lohn Starrett, Herbert Swern, Eugene Ewing, Walter Redman, Paul Resta, William Haynes. Not in Pictureflloward Miller, Fred Ryan, lohn Smith, The Senior Hi-Y has sought during the year to carry out its main purposeg namely, "to create, maintain, and ex- tend throughout the school and the community, high standards of Christian character." The club's meetings were held in the Y.M.C.A. each Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The sessions were regu- larly opened with a devotional period, followed by some one phase oi the school tunctiong the founding of the Hi-Y Sojunsen, a monthly newspaper edited, published, and distributed by the club to the entire school free oi chargeg and the bringing to the city and high school the Rev. W. Hamilton Aulenbach ot Germantown, Pa., who, in his inimitable way, talked to the students on their place in this changing world. tive-point program set up early in the Q year: Religious lite, education, athle- tics, service, and social activities. Three outstanding features ot the Senior Hi-Y program for l94l-42 were: The sponsorship ot "Friendship Week," an event which has become an annual President .... .... E lmer Munlcachy Secretary ,..,,... .,....,... E ugene Root , Chaplain .....,v,,.,. ,......,,,,e...Y W illiam Hall l Vice-President ,...,. ....,Y, W illiam Sergeant l Treasurer ........,,,,,. ,,....,V.........,.... G us Hess Faculty Adviser ,,..,,V .,,,.,...,,.,, M r. C. P. Smith Business Adviser .....,. ,..., M r. Logan Crossland Page Cne Hundred Seventeen f U I1 1.0 I" gill' y Row l-Leo Cvarpeadian, lames Flanigan, Paul Miller, Lorenzo Lea, loseph Billows, Mr. Stradly, Richard Day. Row 2-Lewis Goodwin, Richard Utts, Robert lenkins, Harry leffers, Frank Clay, Darrell Tones, lames Swain, Homer Pound, Harold Nourse, William Winn. Row 3 7 lack Flook, Pat Irish, Robert Andrews, Charles Swartz, Robert Wells, Edward Holmock, Fred Schaus, Donald McCaulsky. Row 4-- Robert Chapland, Robert lameson, Melvan lohnson, Robert Tebout, Raymond Nourse, Carl Cooperrider, lack Billingsly, Edward Chapman, William Slater. Row -Richard Baker, Glen Applegate, George Beckman, William Hogue, Donald Weston, Edward Nedelcoff, lames Vogel, Dale Haynes. Not in PictureeCarl Fields, Robert W. Hughes, Charles McCartney, Ivan Snyder. "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character" ithis is the purpose of the Iunior Hi-Y Club, The club meets in the Y.M.C.A. each Monday at 7:30 p. m. The sessions open with a short religious program and the usual business followed by one of the following points: Athletics, edu- Page One Hundred Eighteen cation, public service, and social activi- ties. Speakers appearing before the club included, among others, Principal Frew Boyd, Dr. l. Fleelc Miller, Mr. l. F. Mon- inger, Rev. L. H. Lammers, Mr. Robert MacDaniels, and Mr. H. H. Stevenson, business men's adviser of the club. Two members attended the summer training camp at Nelson Dodd, and four members represented the club at the Ohio Hi-Y Conference held at Springfield. Other activities included dances and parties, recreational contests, motion pictures, donations to charity organiza- tions, participation in two parades, and attending church services in a body. The club concluded the year with an informal dinner dance. President rrV,,,,rr,,,, ,.c.... rr.., L o renzo Lea Vice-President ...... ..... C art COODGITUGT Secretary V-N,,,.,.,, ,, ,,,,,,.,..,... PCtiI'iClC lfiSl1 Treasurer ,, lames Flannigan Mr. H. H. Stevenson Mr. E. E. Stradley Business Adviser ...... Faculty Adviser .rr... CSJOl9lLOl7lOl'9 gli" y Row 1-W Clayton Priest, Richard Kreager, lack Yarger, Mr. Cox, Ned Wells, Robert Farrington, Howard, French. Robert Beinhower, Wendell Wilson, Burr Vanatta, Robert Straing, Wallace Graham, Lawrence Van Winkle, Wallace Redman, Eugene Pryor, Bradley Norpell. Row 3-William Heckleman, Donald Hess, Phillip Reston, lames Dennisen, Marvin Crouse, Virgil Beauman, Iohn Rosebaugh. Row llflarnes Goodrich, Claire Hart, Tom Keyes, Bob Eppline, Daniel Breiser, Robert Gal- braith, Roger Gaurner, Howard Miller, Walter Seidel. Row 5 -Robert Andrews, Richard Warthen, Charles Rechel, Charles Markham, Robert Bakeri- stouen, Donald Ayers, Bob Clifford. The Sophomore Hi-Y Club was or- ganized again this year with the aim of promoting clean sportsmanship. This club meets Monday evening at 7:30 in the Y.M.C.A. club rooms. The program this year consisted ot lecturers, motion pictures, gymnasium activities, and so- cial events. The lectures were given President .,,.s,t,...,Y. Vice President .,... Secretary .tsY,......... Treasurer s,t,.s.......... Faculty Adviser ,,i.... . lack Yarger Robert Clifford Richard Kreager ,Daniel Greaser Mr. S. A. Cox by the various personnel heads ot the Newark industries. Social events spon- sored by the club were suppers, dances and open-house parties. Other activi- ties were recreational contests be- tween clubs. The Sophomore Hi-Y Club was also represented at the State Hi-Y conference held at Springfield. Page One Hundred Nineteen Qyfz Patricia Norpell, Elizabeth Carnlin, Patricia Baurnan, Betty Francis, Virginia Scott, Mary Hull, Patricia Ashley, Iulie Henzy, Ruth Anderegg, Miss Pauline McCreary. Row Z-Martha Proof, Patricia Belt, Iosephine Barrett, loan Taylor, Marilyn Binger, Sara Owen, Marjorie Price, Barbara Rothstein, Bow 3 - Donna lean Essig, Martha Lehman, Mary Lee Hathaway, Lois Brandt, Eleanor Moore, Ioanna Nehls, Margaret Myers, Helen Massalas, Virginia Wright. Not in PictureeAnn Marshall, Dorothy Beeney, Ann Linda Forbes, Dora Frances Swisher, Phyllis Airesrnan, Betty Hall, Betty Hideg, Lois Hodge, Mary Alice Howard, Mary Io Hurnbert, Ann Kramer, Hazel McKinnon, Francis Mix, June Myer, Irma Myers, Tune Norris, Lonnie Schuler, Iackie Simpson, Mary Eleanor Steinhaugh, Kathryn Wonder. Presldent t.,, ,...t..... Advlsers ,,,.,...,t.,,,, Page One Hundred Twenty Ann Marshall Vice-President ,,.... ...... V irqinia Scott Secretary ...,,e.,.,.,,,. ...... B etty Francis Treasurer ................., .,... ...,. ........... M a r y Hull Sergeant-at-Arrns ......,.,.,.,.......,..... Patricia Ashley Miss Georgina Hickerson Miss Pauline McCreary Q-U57 Row l-Shirley Spencer, Pauline Boggs, Viola Smith, Flossie Myer, lustine Woolard, lacque- line Woolard, lean Ross, Mary Ellen Kreager. Row 2-lvadel Schisler, Audrey Niebarger, Susan Martin, Helen Wallace, Bertella lauchius, Mary Ellen Abbott, Marilyn Finlcbone. Row 34Martha Jones, lanice Hay, Reva Hoskinson, Dazie Ann Wells, Mary lean Gard, Margaret Andrews, lune Watson, lean Baird. Row 4-Mary letters, lean Davidson. Barbara Beaver, Shirley Love, Adelaide Chilcote, Linda W'ells, Carol Duncan. The purposes of the Girls' Youth As- sociation are to promote an interest in the welfare ot the community, to pro- mote scholarship, and to further the culture oi the members. This year, under the direction and help ot Miss Pauline McCreary and Miss Georgianna Hickerson, the club gave particular emphasis to welfare work. Each Saturday morning, with the exception oi the months of lanuary and February, fifteen girls rolled band- ages for the Red Cross. A family was furnished with food and clothing throughout the year. Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets were also donated. Several bake sales were held to raise money with which to carry on the wel- fare work. Assistance was given the Twentieth Century Club on Tag Day. The club was composed ot seventy- tive members. lt met every other Wednesday night in the high-school library. The social attairs included a formal dance, joint meetings with the junior and senior Hi-Yy's, and a tloat in the homecoming parade. Page One Hundred Twenty One Qlll' -meS6'I"UQS Row 1-Florence Boyd, Program Adviser, Patricia Belt, Service Chairmany Mary Shaw, Program Chairmang Ruth Fields, Treasurerp Shirley Flannigan, Vice Presidentp lvadel Schisler, President: Susan Martin, Recording Secretaryg Mary Vaiea, Corresponding Secretaryp Marilyn Finkbone, Corresponding Secretaryp Carolyn Kuppinger, Social Chairmanp Mary Ellen Abbott, Sergeant-at-Armsg Mildred Hawke, Chief Adviser. Row 2eCarole Gorman, Charlotte Riel, Leontine Reese, Lorraine Hamilton, Mary Good, Betty Evans, Edythe Myers, Emma Walker, Marjorie Courson, Velma Smith, luanita Clark. Row 3-Martha Root, Iennie Harris, Virginia Hare, Iacqueline Woolard, lustine Woolard, Annabell Elliott, Millie Trefzer, Mildred Plants, Alice Varner, Katherine Loos. Row 4-Rose Kovereg, Evelyn E. Thompson, Alice Mae Roseboom, Wilma Smith, Thelma Cotterman, Betty Lescody, Marie Atscott, Betty Ayers, lane England, lune Roach. Row 5fMartha Priest, lean Frye, Beatrice Levingston, Maxine Stevens, Gloria Del Monico, Betty Burdine, Audrey Curts, Geraldine Minor, Teresa Rizzo. The Girl Reserve Club is a world- wide organization dating back to 1881, when women leaders of the Y.W.C.A. included a new girls' department in the internationally known Y.W.C.A. In 1918 the name, Girl Reserves, the sym- bol, the code, the slogan, and the purpose were adopted. The Newark High School Girl Re- serves were organized in the fall oi Page One Hundred Twenty-Two 1920 by Miss Mabel Moore: but Miss Amy Montgomery became their leader when she took Miss Moores place in February, 1921. She was the only ad- viser until 1926, when the requirements for a registered club called for at least four advisers. At that time Miss Mil- dred Hawke became the program ad- viser, and in the spring of 1927, the chief adviser. Miss Florence Boyd has been program adviser since 1937, and Miss Velma Lattimer, service adviser since 1932. Membership in the club is open to any high school girl who sub- scribes to the principles and ideals ex- pressed in the purpos,e slogan, and code ot the club. The number oi mem- bers this year Was 210. The officers ot the club hold cabinet meetings during the noon hour about once a month in the Home Economics room. They discuss matters of business pertaining to the work of the club. The home room agents assist in keep- ing the work of the club running smoothly by collecting dues and contri- gif! gieserves Row l-Sara Davidson, Martha McGaughy, Shirley Lovell, Betty ller, Adelaide Chilcote, Barbara Beaver, Phylis Airesman, lean Ballinger, Thelma Brehm, Frances Butcher, Eleanor Bonar. Row ZfBetty Frey, Athena Forbes, lune Davis, Mary Ann Fulke, Barbara Ann Evans, Elizabeth M. Carey, Lorraine Schuler, Irma Myers, Mary Ellen Kreager, lackie Simpson, Carol lean Siegel. Row 3-Carol Porter, Barbara Dorsey, Eileen Ecleberry, Evelyn Nichols, Hazel Leslie, Ella Mae Priest, Evelyn Moore, Pauline Lambert, Vernetta Kinney, Maxine Moran, Luucile Lane. Row 4-Katherine Palmer, Betty Parkison, lean Drumm, lean Cramer, Cleo Rogers, lanice Rice, lean Richardson, Betty Idle, Charlotte l-loffer, Geraldine Frederitz, lanice Howes. Row 5fBetty I-larris, Betty lohnson, Ruth Lammers, lane Kreitler, lean Kreitler, Harriet Lawrence, Eileen Snoor, Thelma Kinser, Dorothea Dodd, Frances McVey. butions of iood, clothing, toys, and money, by distributing G. R. buttons and pins, by checking membership and attendance at meetings, by selling tickets, by hearing new members give required memory work, by filling out record cards tor each member, and by doing any other service necessary. ln order to prepare themselves better tor their ottices seven oi the girls at- tended Girl Reserve week at Camp Wildwood last lune. The Girl Reserves have always been keenly interested in sharing their bless- ings with those who are less fortunate than they, and have helped such per- son by giving them iood, clothing, toys, and other articles at various times dur- ing the year as Well as at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Patricia Belt and her committee have helped tive families this year. Most ot the programs this year have been given by the members them- selves, and in this way the talents oi those participating have furnished en- joyment tor all. For new members who were not present at the first recognition ceremony a second one was given at the regular meeting on lanuary 23, l942. On March 4, the seven junior girls receiving rings presented a page- ant, "The Spirit ot the Girl Reserve Ring." An Easter program, including the story oi Easter and a pageant, "Light ot Lite," was presented on April Page One Hundred Twenty-Three girl tweserves Row l-Wilda Lawrence, Barbara Luby, lean Lang, loanne Thomas, Dorothy Williams, Earlene Russell, Esther Sanner, Rosanna Schenk, Dorothy Van Winkle, Phyllis Pinkerton, Billie lean Neibarger. Row Z-lune Wolfe, Priscilla Wetzel, Betty Maidel, leanne Scales, Ruth Wilkin, Mary Kay O'Brien, Suzanne Price, lean Martin, Virginia Martin, Mary lo Martin, Pauline Miller. Row 3-lune Provin, Bette Price, Dorothy Price, Samuella Steele, lacqueline Snyder, Phyllis Rupriqht, Mary Stinton, Eleanor Wagner. Row 4-- Mary Snoor, Emajean Thompson, Mary lo Riley, Marjorie Woodyard, Mary Ellen Teagarden, Bonnie Warman, Helen Richards. Row 5-- Wilda Stevens, Evelyn A, Smith, Bonnie Lee Stevens, Marian Stauffer, Dorothy Virgin, Mary Vogel. 2. Not all programs, however, were by the members, for Miss Florence Boyd gave a very interesting account of her Western trip last summer. At the Club Day assembly program lvadel Schisler explained the purpose i Page One Hundred Twenty-Four of the Girl Reserves, and for the Thanks- giving assembly program the Girl Re- serves presented the play, "She Made a Pumpkin Pie." The new officers were installed at the last meeting in May. Another annual occasion, Church Day, was observed on March l, when the girls attended the First Baptist Church in a body. The theme of the float for the home- coming parade was patriotic. with Annabell Elliott representing the Statue of Liberty, and the decorations being red, White, and blue streamers. G. R. emblems and colors, silver and blue, served to identify the float. The social occasions of the year in- cluded a picnic at the home of Mar- garet Lee Wolfe last summer, the initia- tion party on November 7, l94l, the formal dance on February l4, l942, and the Parent-Daughter banquet on May 4, 1942. As a member of the Ohio and West- ern Pennsylvania District of Y.W.C.A. Qty! vmQSQ'I'UQS A l t Bow lfPhyllis jones, Wanda jones, Elojean Dusthimer, Virginia L. Wilson, Betty Waddell, Elsie Weakley, Betty Wallace, Elsie Williams, Marjorie White, Mary Lee Williams, Elsie Vogan, Marjorie Von Schultz, Mary Beckmann. Row 2-Mary lane Francis, Fay Filkosky, Gretchen Fink, Marilyn Gefell, Edwina Baker, Marian Becker, Charlene Bagent, Esther Bland, Vonda Bell, Mary Lou Bradley, Mary jane Chester. Bow 3 fSusanna Davis, Donna jean Danforth, Billie jean Davenport, Maxine Darnes, Patricia Crist, Leora Andrews, loan Christy, Maxine Crane, Norma Brahm, Mary Beall, Betty Chaunell. Bow 4-Betty Hupp, Elsie Tones, Vivian Kendricks, Molly Keck, jean Hagans, Ruby Haynes, Martha jean I-leckman, Betty Lou Carpenter, Barbara Anderson. Bow 5fMarilyn jones, Betty jonnberger, Patricia Crowley, jean Hughes, Geraldine johnson. the club pays dues, and in return re- ceives bimonthly The Treasure Chest, which is a source of program material, helpful suggestions, and news of other clubs of the District. The club also sub- scribes to The Woman's Press and The Bookshelf, which magazines may be found in the library. Since the Girl Preserves are the junior members of the Y.W.C.A., they have been helping the Board of Directors of the Y.W.C.A. put their new home into readiness for use. On some of the hot- test days last summer some of the girls tore off paper, washed woodwork, washed dishes, and cleared the attic out. On September 20, l94l, the girls sold tags for the Y.W.C.A. tag day. The club made a donation of lO dollars to buy curtains for one room. Ivadel Schisler and several other girls repre- sented the club at the formal opening of the Y.W.C.A. house on April 10, 1942. in the words of the benediction with which each meeting is closed: "May the Lord bless us in our work and in our play and grant us the peace and joy that come through service for others and friendship with jesus Christ." Page One Hundred Twenty Five Qfllldrll t Row lfBetty Walker, Mildred Plants, Iames Curry, Mrs. Krieg, Ruth Anderegg, Oscar Horst, Franklin Keyes, Patricia Belt, Ruth Lamrners. Row 2-Lois Brandt, William Haynes, Henry Hook, Norman Stradley, Gus Hess, Donald Welsch, Paul O'Brien, Iames Gerber, Lonnie Schuler. Row 3eNorton Suter, Walter Hollar, Paul Miller, Charles Fleming, Robert Pfetter. Not in Picture --Iames Swain. Der Deutsche Verein is a club com- posed of twenty-tour German students. The purposes ot the club are to promote knowledge of the cultural and educa- tional background ot the language, to learn to speak the language more flu- ently, and to attain language compre- hension. President ..... Secretary ....., Treasurer ....., Adviser ....., Page One Hundred Twenty-Six Recently Der Deutsche Verein joined with the Spanish Club to form the Mod- ern Language Club. This organization offers bi-monthly programs tor develop- ment oi language study. Slides have been shown. I. T. Passman has visited this club on his leaves from the Army. lames Curry Franklin Keyes Ruth Anderegg Mrs. Sarah Krieg C5jpClI1l.Sll, Row l-Mrs. Sarah S. Kreig, Madeleine Tharp, Ann Kramer, Hazel McKinnon, Richard Utts, Iacquelyn Simpson, Geraldine Fredritz, Betty Francis, Betty Wallace. Row 2!Donald Iones, Phyllis Yates, Betty Parkinson, Elizabeth Carey, Iean Berry, Melva Vander Hoven, Iune Myer, Mary lane Doer. Row 34Robert Murphy, Ioseph Billow, Chester Anderson, Melvin lohnson, Harold Catt, Robert Hughes, lames Flannigan, Richard lden. The Spanish Club met only twice this year due to a reorganization oi the club with the German Club to form a Modern Language Club. The programs consisted of an inter- esting report on Havana, Cuba, and slides ot the city were shown. A study President ....,.,,... Vice President ....,,. Secretary .....l.. Treasurer ..,. of Spanish speaking countries and Spain proper was made by the club. From such programs as these, the members attained a more complete knowledge of the urban and rural lite ot the Spanish speaking people. Hazel McKinnon Ann Kramer Iacquelyn Simpson Raymond Nourse Page One Hundred Twenty-Seven CSJCTQIICQ Front-Mr. Amos, Lewis Goodwin, Willima Moore, Charles Schwartz, Robert Jenkins, Harold Nourse, Darrell lones, Howard Moody, Gim Pong Chan, BackfRaymond Nourse, William Hill, Donald Welsh, David Lynn, Clare Barton, Dick Wilson. Not in Picture -f- Frank Clay, Donald Shields, Iohn W. Smith. The Science Club consists of mem- bers ot the student body who are inter- ested in various fields of science and who are taking either chemistry or physics. Under the direction oi Mr. Amos, the Science Club arranged a tour tor the sophomore and junior classes. The itinerary of the tour consisted of the biology, chemistry, and physics labora- tories where the students observed in- Paqe One Hundred Twenty-Eight teresting experiments and exhibits. The industrial arts department was also in- cluded in the tour. lt is the hope ot the Science Club that this tour will mark the beginning ot better programs in future years. The club meets every second Tues- day in Room 304. Besides the Work done tor the tour, the members were also entertained from time to time with science movies. President ................ ...... R obert lenkins Vice-President ....... ,..... H arold Nourse Secretary ..,......r ,e... C harles Swartz Treasurer ...,.. ......... W illiam Moore Adviser ..... Mr. Carroll Amos Qin! Club Row l-'- Evenes Stanley, Walter Morrow, Mary Goode, Robert Hallisey, Ethel Vtfilkin, Betty Hinton. Row 2--Erma Hightshoe, Virginia Spangler, Wilma Smith, Martha McGaughey, Mrs. Billett, Mary lo Greenlee, Betty Evans, leanette Welsh, Richard Hottinger, Robert Anderson. The Bird Club met twice a month at the high school to hold its business meetings which included motion pic- tures, and talks on birds, animals, trees, and plants. These meetings tended to increase the members' ability to recog- nize many birds and wild life. Once each month the club met at dit- ent members' homes and held its social President ..cc,c,,,,, Mary Goode Vice-President ,.... ,.... B obert Hallisey Secretary ,,,,.,, ..ccc,,. . Ethel Wilkin Treasurer ,,,, ,,,.,,,,, W alter Morrow Historian ...,cc .,,,, E vanes Stanley Adviser ,cc.. Mrs. Dorothy Billett meetings, having for entertainment tatty-pulls and readings from bird magazines. The various projects included in the club were hikes at points of interest to nature lovers and a calendar displayed at school showing the time of arrival of migrating birds. One Hundred Twenty Nine. Qicycfe Row l-Virgil Armstrong, Robert Bebout, lack Lewis, Iames Wolfe, Robert Andrews, Don McCaulsky, Charles Abbott, Neal Hurst, Leo Garapedian. Row 2-Charlene Bagent, Esther Bland, Mary Beckman, lean Snedden, Thelma Sprague, Iuanita I-larter, Marjorie Harter, Iune Roach, Charlotte Riel, Eileen Snoor, Mary Lee Williams, Ruth Lammers, Martha Jones. Row 3-Norma lean Kirk, Wanda Jones, Vivian Kendricks, Patricia Seiter, Marilyn lones, Susanne Price, Susan Martin, Mildred Mitchel, Eileen Eclcleberry, Barbara Dorsey, Shirley Planni- gan, Marie Atskotf, Mozelle Whyde. Row 4-Carol Porter, Mildred O'Neil, Edwinna Baker, Marianne Becker, luanita Saultz, Beth Ann Clark, Betty Ward, Margaret Totten, Phyllis Arensburg, Lois Hodge, Phylliss Airsman, Frances Butcher, Dorothy Bebout. Row 5-Don Wilson, lunior Barber, Clair Hart, George Ruble, Bud Pryor, Bob Eppilein, Homer Pound, lames Swain, Paul Miller, Clifford Neighbarger, Lawrence Nutter, Robert Richardson. Row 6-Bob Baker, Paul Shipp, lohn Van Allen, George Schaller, lohn Rosenbrough, Clayton Priest, Donald Shields, George Ralph, Richard Meacham, Howard Moody, lohn Schnell. ROW 7fCharles Drurnrn, Richard Lange, William Crawrner, George Cavendish, Russell Hay- cook, Robert Clay, lames Cree, Lester Gilbert, Oscar Gordon, Donald Barber, Kenneth Miller, Wallace Redman, Walter Redman. President ,........... ..............,. R ichard Utts Vice-President ...,,e ...... C harles McCartney Secretary ..,..,,.. .,.......... M ary Steinbaugh Treasurer r,,.,., ,.,,,. , .Richard Van Winkle Adviser ..,,.., ....e P rincipal Frew C. Boyd One Hundred Thirty Qicycfe Row lfOtis ldle, George Buchanan, Ernest Wintermute, Donald Curry, George Beckman, Russel Shonebarger, Edward Holrnock, Robert Ashley, loseph Billows, Charles Iones, Billy Tumblin, Ted Kitchen. Row 2-Goldevea Gough, Marjorie Von Schriltz, Melva lane Vanderhoven, Carol lean Siegle, Mary Elinor Steinbough, Charles McCartney, Richard Utts, Richard Van Winkle, lean David- son, lean Richardson, Ianis Rohan, Kathleen Haley, loan Christy. Row 3-lean Berry, Shirley Anderson, Evelyn Nichols, Betty Waddell, Elsie Weakley, lean Kreitler, Harriet Lawrence, lane Kreitler, Katherine Loos, Betty Keller, Virginia Frey, Dorothy Price. Row 4-Mr. Boyd, Linda Wells, Adelaide Chilcote, Frances McVey, Roberta Diller, Carol Litten, Ruth Nickols, Thelma Kibler, Lillian Simpson, Samuella Steele, Mary lo Riley, Iaclcie Welch, Barbara Beaver, Mary Lou Ieffers. Row Sflohn Disbennette, Gene Whizzen, Harry Walker, Iohn Boylan, Max Steele, Virgie Bauman, Don Crouss, Charles Swartz, Richard Day, Bill Tate, lim Vogel, Elmer Mercer. Row 64Clarence Holman, Dale Galbraith, Iarnes Goodrich, Gail Page, Dale Haynes, Iohn Sanders, lames Dennison, Phillip Resta, Bob lamison, Neil Crosier, George Hiatt, Bill Hathaway. Row 7-lohn Toothman, Bob Anderson, Ross Patrick, William Rogers, Charles Mason, Bill Rogers, Bill Miller, Marshall Hoy, Paul Keaser, Howard Norris, Burton Ridenour, Gus Horst. Promoting safety throughout the year, the bicycle club completed its third and most successful year. This year the program of the bicycle club was most extensive. Through the cooperation of each member it was successful in pro- tecting, identifying, and recovering bi- cycles belonging to members of the student body. Besides this, the club im- proved bicycle traffic and parking prob- lems about the school by making and enforcing rules governing bicycle riders. This club, the largest in the school, included in its various programs movies, and speeches on safety by Mr. Charles B. Holtsberry, city solicitor, Mr. Gail Christman, chief of police, and by Mr. Charles Martin of the Tracey Auto Supply. One Hundred Thirty One Safes C9l'gCtI'LL'ZClfl.Oll Row lfRichard Lang, lrene Touvell, Marjorie Glass, Geraldine Gaydos, Betty Grove, Carole Gorman, Ann Linda Forbes, Howard Crouch. Row 2fWilliarn Bolton, lack Lewis, Clarence laynes, lames Bixler, Robert Brooks, Millard Lee, Carl Simpson, Charles Haier, Tom Reid, Gerald Bonham. Row 3 fHarold Bonifant, David Worden, William Campbell, Iunior Barber, Harold Bum- gardner, Ray Kelley, B. W. Dornbirer, lohn Holton, Richard Warner, larnes Fletcher, George Cotter- man, Richard Gray. All sales of refreshments at school functionsg such as, football and basket- ball games, track meets, school parties and dances are handled by the Sales Organization. One Hundred Thirty-Two During the present school year the operation cf the organization has been a laboratory project for the classes in Retail Selling. All positions in the or- ganization have been filled by mem- bres of the retail classes. All students enrolled in Retail Selling have, at one time or another during the year, Worked in the organization. Students have elected Work which appealed to their special interests or talents. Thus, While the customers of the Sales Organization saw only those students who actually sold refreshments, many students were Working behind the scenes-building counters and other equipment, paint- ing signs, cooking, sacking peanuts, keeping the books, ordering, receiving, and issuing merchandise. C830 fes Qrga n izatio n Row l-Alice Mary Roseboom, Alice Billingsly, lean Baird, Shirley Spencer, Charlotte Riel, Iune Roach, Helen Trumpower, Ellen Nunnelly, Martha Fitzell, Florence Nugent. Row 2-Wilma Smith, Ann Stichter, Lorraine Hamilton, Thelma Cotterrnan, Helen Davis, Audrey Curts, Bonnie Courtright, lean Dry, Eileen Iones, Carol Litten, Evelyn Thompson. Row 34Mary Radu, Robert Lecky, Robert Andrews, Robert Hinger, Robert Snyder, Clifford Neighbarger, Homer Pound, Russell Shonberger, Charles Creeger, Iohn Cramer, Lillian Davis, Chloe Braden. Student participation in the Sales Or- ganization has been adopted as a means of giving the students some in- sight into the Working of a going busi- ness. Forms and procedures are used which are typical of many retail busi- nesses. Although the Sales Organization is not operated primarially for profit, but for the convenience and greater enjoy- ment of patrons of school events, some profits do, of course, result. These pro- fits are used for purchases which bene- fit the entire student body and for which no other funds are available. The pur- chase of a large, beaded glass motion- picture screen for the school this year is typical of the Way profits are in- vested.. Some of the profits also return to the organization sponsoring the school function. For example, profits from the sale of refreshments at the Newark Relays are turned over to the Newark Relay Association One Hundred Thirty-Three glee Row l-Dorothy Frye, Evelyn Pletcher, Elsie Voqan, Carolyn Harris, Lois Billman, Betty Esworthy, Fred Dennis, Wayne Campbell, Ross Patrick,, Vivian Kendricks, lrma Hiqhtshoe, lune Roach, Pauline Miller, Voncla Bell, Eleanor Wagner. Row 2 -Geraldine lohnson, Mary Snoor, Barbara Luby, Louise Blizzard, lvadel Schisler, Alma Morriss, Richard Clark, Donald Cass, Walter Coss, loanna Cope, lacqueline Snyder, Marjorie Von Schriltz, Elsie Weakley, Evelyn Nichols, lune Hollister, Mr. Jones. ' Row 3-Martha lones, Patricia Crist, lanice Howes, Maxine Dames, Mary Morriss, Doris Moran, Mary Mason, lean Ballinger, Maxine Elliott, Eleanor Bonar, Mary Burkhardt, Marjorie Hatter, Mary Lou Bradley, Phyllis lanes, Charlene Baqeni. PHILOMEL CLUB President ,...,..ooro...,....,o, losephine Barrett Vice-President ...........r...,, Eleanor Moore Secretary-Treasurer Marjojrie McElroy Pianist o.,..........,........ Donna lean Essiq Harriet Finney Librarian .,... ......,.,o M artha Shimel BEL CANTO CHORUS President ....................,...... Alma Morriss i Vice-President .... ...,., W ayne Campbell Secretary ..i...i, ,...... M artha Iones Librarian o,.. ,,,,.. B oss Patrick Pianisi .,..v ...,,, A lrna Morriss One Hundred Thirty-Four Qlee Glub Row l-Florence Nugent, lune Watson, Eleanor Moore, Bose Mary Kidd, Claire Nugent, Edith Warnook, Sara Brooks, Barbara Dorsey, Wilma Stevens, Iuanita Saultz, Evelyn Thompson, Marjorie Grooms, Susan Price, Betty lean Kime, Nancy Butte, Freda Watson, Io Moore, Dorothy Price. Row 2fBetty ller, Mary Simpson, Anne Douglas, Marilyn Gefell, lean Cramer, Priscilla Wetzel, Pauline Lambert, Mary Ella Teaqarden, loan Leedy, Mary Louise Render, Mr. Iones, Harriet Finney, Marjorie Shriqley, Dorothy Williams, Elizabeth Carey, Helen Wallace, Geraldine Victor, Ethel May Geer, Suzanna Davis, Esther Gaulter, Lillian Simpson, Ann Linda Forbes. Row 3-Leora Andrews, lane Kreitler, lean Kreitler, Mazelle Whyde, Martha Shimel, Virginia Gutridge, Dorothy Truck, Eileen Eckleberry, Annabelle Elliot, Helen Richards, Elsie Williams, Josephine Barrett, Donna lean Essiq, Maxine Crane, Marqaret Totten, Louise Stratten, Mary lane Frances, Ruth Meachem, Alice May Roseboom, Marjorie McElroy. The second successful season ot the Glee Club was completed this year after several public appearances. Un- der the direction of Mr. Wendell jones, the qroup sang at a P.T.A. meetinq, a chapel proqram, and participated in the May Music Festival. The Glee Club is composed of two smaller groups known as the Bel Canto Chorus and the Philomel Club. One Hundred Thirty-Five QUIK! Row l-lune Provin, Mildred O'Neal, Bonnie Barringer, Betty Hideg, lrma Myers, lean Lang, ,lean Baird, Betty Hazen, Viola Wakefield, Marjorie Myers, Elsie lones, Mr. Campbell. Row Zflohn Dowds, Roy Vail, Mary Morriss, Deloris Ogle, Betty Frey, Ruth Harris, Mary Haley, Clarence Holman, Don Barber, Paul Huffman, William Thompson, Charles Iones. Row 3iBonnie Warman, lean Negele, Betty Hupp, Berl Ann Keckley, Doris Touex, Kathleen Stradley, Betty Keller, Dick Butts, Howard Moody. Dale Galbraith, lack Stauch. Row 4eBob Brucker, Harold Main, Robert Cocanour, lack Flook, Carl Wise, loan Christy, Iackie Welsh, Vivian Kendrick, Franklin Gentile, Charles Montgomery. Row 5 - Richard Lange, George Rubel, Iunior Barber, Thelma Kinser, Mary lane Francis, lerry Fredritz, Mary Fulton, Mary Chester, Sidney Davis, Martha Edwards, Albert Elliot. Row 6eWayne Campbell, George Pigg, Dale Haynes, Ralph Davis, Iohn Toothman, Lee Bieberback, Edward Chapman, Richard Williams, Weldon Bonham, Norman Stradley, Robert Wise. Not in PictureeClare Barton, Sue Davis, Robert Derringer, Charles Drum, Richard Dunn, William Hays, Mildred Hill, Bob lanes, Richard Kreager, Francis Mis, lulie Nutter, Robert Oatman, Carolyn Potter, Iune Rinehart, Garnet Shaner, Helen Simms, Wildo Stevens, Bernard Slough, Bob Tiebout, Dick Utts, Dorothy Virgin, Ferrell Welsh, Martin Young. The Newark High Band has been very entertaining during the years of 1941 and 1942. The most important thing was the concert which was given April 27 and 28. The concert featured several very good musical compositions. Among them Were: "Egmont Overture" by Beethoven, "Fugue Modernisticu by Carl Frank- kiser, "Swinging The lngots" by De Loyce Matfitt. The quest solist was David Hite. His selection was "Mozart Concerto." The Band also attended the District Band Contest held at Delaware, Ohio. Newark entered tour soloists, three of them received first place ratings: Rich- ard Lange-trumpet, Richard Butts- violin, Wayne Campbell-Sousaphone. One Hundred ThirtyySix cQI'C!LQSfl'C1 Row l+Mr. Gelter, Dorthea Dodd, Mariorie Porter, Martina Schleitter, Mary lo Martin, Bud Van Winkle, Row 2fBernard Staugh, lack Slouch, Kathleen Stradley, Doris Truex, Tommie Haynes, Thelma Kinser, Geraldine Fredritz, Eugene Barber, William Haynes, Dale Galbraith, Richard Butts. Row 3-Norman Stradley, Robert Pfefter, Dick Lang. Row 4fDonald Barber, Clare Barton, lack Flook. Standing-Mary Morris, George Pigg, Bill Eifinger, Wayne Campbell, Mary Chester, Charles lones, Charles Mason. Not in Picture-Lillian Patterson. Under the direction oi Mr. Sam Gelier the Orchestra has played tor the chapel programs this year. ln addition to the chapel programs the orchestra furnished music for the school plays. lt has played for the P.T.A. and pre- sented a program at the Central luntor High School. Some oi the members of the Grches- tra have been honored by membership into the Licking County Philharmonic Society by election. One Hundred Thirty-Seven Qirfs ' .grchery Front Row-Beatrice Livingston, Shirley Flannigan, Gloria Del Monico, Betty Lescody, Mary Alice Howard, Carole Gorman. Back Row-lane England, Bonnie Hartman, Iosephine Barrett, Maxine Fisher, Bertella Iauchius, Miss Florence Myer, Betty Ayers, Katherine Loos, Carol Duncan, Mary lane Doerr. X l The Girls' Archery Club is for the fifth year under the supervision of Miss Florence Myer of the school faculty. As a greater interest in this activity is increasing yearly, the membership is longer this year than ever before. Mem- bership is limited to senior and junior girls who make their own arrows. Par- ticipation in this club gives each mem- ber lOO points toward her school letter. Before any shooting is done, the funda- mentals of archery and the technique of shooting are studied. One Hundred Thirty-Eight As the club is itself a recreational and cultural activity, competitive shoot- ing takes place at all meets to try to improve the skill of the members. For its social meeting a party was held for the members and their guests. Several meetings were held out of doors where outdoor shooting was enjoyed by all. Above all the purposes of the club are to promote sportsmanship and to acquaint the members with the art of archeryg these activities enable all to co-operate with each other. Besides this, it is a worthwhile activity as it can be carried on after graduation. President ............... .................. I ean Baird Betty Lescody .......Gloria Del Monico Vice-President ...... ,,,,.,....,,.., Secretary .....,..,,,, Treasurer ................ ....,,.,.... B ertella Iauchius Miss Florence Myer Faculty Adviser .,,,, ,,,,,,, 7flQ8f!!9CI'CllQ . A A I t Row lfGrace Gentile, Geraldine Minor, Virginia Spangler, Mrs. Ralph Billett, lane Callan- der, Pauline Boggs, Phylis Arensberg. Row 24Martha Shirnel, Amelia Treizer, Iuanita Clark, Sara Davidson, Dorothy Braid, Mar- jorie Steinman, Dorothy Frye, Betty Grove, Marjorie Courson, Velma Smith. Row Bflrrna Hightshoe, Evelyn Huber, Ianice Howes, Anne Douglas, Frances Butcher, Mary lane Vintilla, Dorothy Beboul. The enjoyment of Working with other girls has inspired efficiency and co- operation arnong the members of the Needlecraft Club which was reorgan- ized this year. Mrs. Dorothy Billett met with the girls every second Tuesday to advise them in their Needlecraft Work. Other pro- jects included knitting sweaters for the President i.,,...... .,...o lane Callander Vice-President i.... ...... P auline Boggs Secretary i.,..... Treasurer . . Adviser ,.... .0 Betty Hall Grace Gentile Mrs. Ralph Billett Bed Cross, candy and gift sales, and at the end of the year a presentation to the Women of the faculty with an afghan. The girls were required to abide by only a few necessary rules. Each mem- ber provided her own sewing materials except that which was used for the several sales. One Hundred Thirty Nine -XQJGLQS HSTRAY CATS" Dick Skinner .,...,....,.,. Cliff Neighbarger Tom Skinner ......,.... Charles McCartney Harry Skinner ....,.,,,.. ....,.......,..C D ick Day Kitty Baker ...., w.,,,...,....... R eva Hoskinson Iennie Long ......,... Melva Vanderhoven Wanda Taylor ...V, Iacqueline Simpson Billy Iones ,.,.,.....,......,.,. Leo Garapedean Leona Brooks ....,....,.,.o Kathryn Wonder Rev. Patterson .,.,rY..,......., Richard Baker "CHRISTMAS BARRICADE" Agnes w.........................,.......... Viola Smith Andy i............ .,,.,............,....,, E ddie Baker Mrs. Helmstead ..,..., .7Y,.... B etty Francis N. T. Russel ...,,. ,............r,. Fred Ryan Eve Carter ,..,...r,..,....... . Dorothy Beeney Mary Stratten ,..........r Donna lean Essig Dave Stratten .........,,......,, lack Northey Bus Driver ...,.............,...... .r..,.. I im Vogel "THE NIGHT OF IANUARY l6TH" Karen Andre .............V..... Eleanor Moore ludge Heath .i..............,..,.,. Clare Barton Prosecuting Atty. Stevens Iames Cree Nancy Whitfield ,,.,...... Ruth Anderegg One Hundred Forty Iohn Whitfield l.,...,.., ...... D on Cramer Larry Regan ,,,.., ....r,... I ack Northey Dr. Kirkland ,................ .Donald Weston Mrs. Hutchins ....,........... Elizabeth Carey Van Fleet ....r........... Charles McCartney Elmer Sweeney ............ Charles Fleming Magda Svenson ........... Dorothea Dodd lane Chandler .,...... Margaret Andrews Roberta Van Renssellaer 7 . , Melva lane Vanderhoven Defense Atty. Stevens Richard Baker Sigurd Iungauist .,.,. ..,... R obert Ienkins Clerk ..............,,..,......,... William Tumblin Bailiff .......,..,,,.,........,r.,, Richard Williams Stenographer ..,..,....,i...,.., Pauline Boggs Matron ,,.,,,,,,,,r,,r,,,,,......... Evenes Stanley Policeman ,,,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,rr,,.., Richard Pierce "SHE MADE A PUMPKIN PIE" Aunt Em ,,,,,,,,,, ,. ..,.....,... lane England Grandma ,,,r,,,,,,r,,,,,,,.,.,,........,, lBetty Idle College Girl ..,,,..,,...,...,......., Betty AyerS Swedish Cook .,.V..,. Iacqueline Woolard Dumb Dora ,,,,,.,...,.... Thelma Cotterman Bob ............ .,........,..................... B ill Moore Directed by Shirley Flannigan C?CZlefLC!ClI' SEPTEMBER The big day is here-school begins. Senior class meeting! Who's the new presi- dent? lunior class meetingflack seems to have monopoly on being president of this class. The Wildcats win from the alumnae 6-0. Mr. Bacon from WCKY, a radio station in Cincinnati, talks in chapel. Student Council holds its first meeting. Ev- eryone is signing Ray George's "Wildcat" car. Home rooms meet for election oi officers. G. R, has an attendance of 211. Annual Friendship Dance. Henry Hook is introduced to the student body as its president. Football boys give a dem- onstration for the Boosters' Club. Mr. Millisor is still ordering the kids in from the West Main street sidewalk. Chapel for football boys. Newark wallops Columbus West 20-6 in the opener. Everyone is rolling up his sleeve for the T.B. test. Mr. Iackson plays the marimba. Dramatic Club try-outs. Newark takes first C.O.L. game by defeating Lancaster 12-6. Newark day at O.S.U.fHanshue's boys all take in some pointers. OCTOBER Rain, rain, and more rain. Newark journeys to Marietta with a 0-0 decision. Senior High School Boy Scouts help on Com- munity Chest Drive. Long bows and arrows approach school- Archery Club. Fire Chief Shaw explains Fire Prevention Week. At Everetts' Field we have the largest and best pep-rally ever. Newark is overpowered by Mansfield 3-10. N Club scouts parked cars in front of the school building-a fine job, boys. Everyone is singing the blues tGrade Cards are outl. In assembly, club presidents explain the pur- pose of their clubs. Dramatic Club initiation. Newark gladly wallops Zanesville 12-0. Afterwards a dance in the gym. Many students hear Carl Sandburg in Gran- ville. V Wildcats rack up a victory over Cambridge 13-0. Crip is knocked out. Another dance after the game. No school. Senior Hi-Y picnic at the Y camp. Prof. Wright of Denison U. talks about dra- matic ability, and we all laugh at his "Elmer" antics. Game with Coshocton is postponed until Monday. More rain. NOVEMBER Sophomore party in gym. A sad night for Newark. Wildcats lose to Coshocton for a l3-0 decision at the latter's homecoming. Russ Morgan plays at the Midland-just name the boys who weren't on the front row. Students vote for the homecoming queens. Newark wins over Dover 14-0. Fine come- back, Queen and attendants are named in chapel. Armistice Day with Major Montgomery speak- ing. Practically the whole school is out working t?l on floats for the parade. Homecoming Day-Newark 13, Chillicothe 6. Polly is crowned queen at the dance in the evening. Basketball training starts. G.R. presents Thanksgiving play. Vacation begins. ls everybody happy? Everybody eats too much, for it's Thanks- giving. The football dance is 'iven by the Elks for N.H.S. and St. Francis. National Honor Society elects officers-lulie is president. Big Chapeleskits from "The Night of Ian- uary l6th", letters to the football boys, Capt. Smith presents brief-cases to Ed and Shue, who were left speechless. Presentation of the play. Verdict-"Not Guilty." Second night, with the jury saying, "Guilty." N Club dance. DECEMBER Pictures for the Annual are taken-no classes. Mr. Boyd attends education conference at O.S.U. Varsity beats the alumnae in the first basket- ball game 40-27. Denison players present "Midsummer Niaht's Dream." Newark overpowers Columbus East 47-32 in a fray at the home gym. Sidewalks begin to clear in front of the school. Could it be the weather? Football banquet. College Club takes the vocabulary tests. Clever chapel program-Sees leads every- one in singing "Hold That Tiger!" Wildcats give Mansfield a 50-39 setback. Wildcat team journeys to Hamilton and brings back the "bacon" in the form of the 36-21 victory. I. T. Passman is on furlough-some girls have their pictures taken with him. Students are kindly requested to stay away from the Box after b.b. games. Bill Craig returns to visit N.H.S. A Christmas play presented by the Dramatic Class and a party preceded the beginning of the Christmas vacation. The Wildcats overpower Portsmouth Trojans 59-28. Newark travels to Chillicothe and suffers its first loss 31-30. Wildcats come back with a 38-26 win over Toledo Libbey. The "Orrsmen" ring out the old and in the new year with a 48-19 win over Marietta. Parties galore. IANUARY Another league victory-We 34, They tLan- casterl 22. Back in schoolfpictures shown in chapel. At Cambridge we squeeze through on a 35-32 count. "Stew" bids his farewell to the Dramatic Club. Miss Thomas breaks two ribs. Wildcats hold out for a 40-38 victory over Dover. "Vigil in the Night" is shown for the benefit of the debate team. Homecoming pictures are also witnessed. One Hundred Forty One 14 We find how the sound-effects man works. Sympathy is extended to Miss Crilly who broke her arm-these English teachers! 15 Several close friends of Stew's say, "Good- bye" to him on records. 16 Coshocton Redskins invade Newark for a 48-32 setback. 19-23 Exam week. The midnight oil is burning. 23 Wildcats rack up another victory over Mari- etta 5O-27. Some of the kids bring home name-cards as souvenirs. 24 Revenge against Massillon-the Cats take a 49-35 decision. 28 The Retail Selling Class doesn't always sell Cunless singing the "Iohnson Rag" is thatl. "March of Dimes" marches. 29 The Top Hatters ring out with the solid jive. 30 Newark loses the second game of the season at Dover 47-41. The President celebrates his birthday. 31 G.Y.A. dance. FEBRUARY 4 First air raid drills-very good for the first time. 6 We all held our breaths while We won from Chillicothe in a 26-24 thriller. 9 First day for the Wartime-everyone is car- rying flashlights. 11 Snowing-rah, rah. Mansfield H. S. fur- nishes N.H.S. with a splendid program. 13 Newark 34, Lancaster 25. Who said Friday, the 13th, was unlucky? 14 Valentine Day-G. R. entertain with a dance. 17 Newark 36, Zanesville 35. Wow-and I do mean Wow! 18 Preview of "The Stray Cats." 19 The first night of the presentation--where was the phone? The second night of the junior class play. Newark again is victorious over Cambridge 52-42. 26 Newark shares the C.O.L. title with Dover by a 43-33 decision over Coshocton. 27 County tournament begins in the gym. 28 In the final basketball game of the regular season Newark has 35 and Mt. Vernon 28. MARCH 2 Everyone is talking tournament. Sympathy is extended to Miss Myer on the death of her mother. 18 G-Y-A and Hi-Y have a joint meeting-rea ord attendance. 19 Senior Class Meetingwmeasurements for caps and gowns are taken. fEddie is meas- ured only eight timesl. 21 Some of the boys win a b.b. tournament at the gym-good cake afterwards. 4 College Club-vocab. tests are returned-and 1 thought 1 could speak English. 5 Newark overwhelms Columbus West in the tournament opener 41-17. ln the afternoon there was a good pep rally. 6 Rev, Aulenback speaks in chapel and to the Hi-Y boys. Was Muny nervous? 7 Newark overcomes Grandview 84-26, upset- ting three records. 9 National Honor Society members are an- nounced -was Pricey surprised? 10 "Fireman, Save My Child" and Eddie are presented. This program goes to Mansfield tomorrow. ll Recognition Day for the N. H. Society-Dr. Utter is the speaker. Congratulations, Dee. fAll-Ohio.l 13 Newark scalps Columbus Central 62-44. An- other lucky Friday, the 13th. 14 Bad luck does hit Newark's cagers as South takes the District Championship by a 42-32 count. One Hundred Forty-Two 20 21 Bishop Hughes gives advice to students in chapel to continue their education in college. Seems as though teachers need brushing up on their history. State Scholarship Tests. A Newark team beats East Liverpool 41-21 at an exhibition game in Cannonsburg, Penna. Blue Laws in Penna. "Don't Park I-lere"parks at the Auditorium. APRIL April Fool's Day. Fools' Paper is issued. Dr. Walker speaks in Chapel. That spring fever again. Easter vacation begins. At Mansfield the track team ties 59 to 59. The Lake opens. At Springfield we are swamped 88 to 30. We drag back to school. Students vote for nominees for track queen. Chapel program-demonstration of lighting system. B.B. banquet. The ten coeds who were nominated are introduced to the stu- dents. Miss Crilly goes to O.S.U. Coop and Muny have a spelling bee. Sophomore Hi-Y dance. Ed Sherman takes some boys to Miami. Honor Society dinner. Elks dance for the basketball teams of N.H.S. AND St. F. The Annual Newark Relays with Newark placing a good fourth. Queen Lonnie and four attendants reign. Haynes with his V haircut wows 'em. We get out at 3.15 to see a track meet with Chillicothe at White's. Newark wins with a score of 92 to 26. Skits of the play in Chapel. Shue takes up bike-riding. C. Fleming is being called the "Terror" tTearerJ. The first night of the senior class play. "The Ghost Train" chugs along its way for a successful second night. We have a holiday from 3 on as the teach- ers help in signing up for the sugar ration- ing. The evening band concert. lt's spring again-with everyone swimming and wearing pigtails. MAY Band Club party. All the senior Englishers are griping about term papers. A twilight track meet at White's Field with Columbus Central winning a close one, 62-56. G. R. Banquet. I. T. Passman, now a Second Lieutenant, talks to the Modern Language Club. The Senior Hi-Y takes over the city. School dance in the gymn. C. O. L. Track Meet at Chillicothe. Track Meet with Columbus North at 6:15. City-Wide Music Festival. District Track Meet at Delaware. Booster Banquet with two Michigan State Coaches speaking. Senior Exams start. 25-26 They continue. 27 Senior Party. Now the under-classmen "get the works". They are still suffering. Baccalaureate. lUNE Senior Hi-Y formal dance. Senior Breakfast-hogs tnot only in food but also in this calendar.J Iunior-Senior Prom. Commencement-and they all start out right --Cjust like New Year's.l Are you happy or sad? Last chapel. Last day of school. JAKOIIICCOIIUDIIQ Seated, Left to l-tight-Dr. lones, Mr. Long, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Hanshue, Mr. Boyd. Standing-V Mr. Millisor, Mr. Davidson, Mr. Orr. ATHLETIC BOARD The athletic board, made up ot mem- bers ot the faculty under the direction ot Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic activi- ties by supervising schedules, award- ing letters, and promoting better ath- letic relations with other schools. The board also has charge of all financial aitairs pertaining to athletics. rgthfetzgc .glide BOOSTERS CLUB The Newark High School Booster's Club is an organization oi prominent Newark business men and loyal high school supporters whose aim it is to improve athletic conditions in the school. Through the eiiort ot this group their aim has been attained, and the student body owes them a debt oi gratitude. Row liEdwin lmhoif, Blaine Davidson, Presidenty Harry Woltjen. Row Ze'-Leonard Wilhelm, Homer Dupler, Paul lackson, Fred Bope. .. -l One Hundred Forty Five FOOTBALL SQUA Ffcivfef ND LETTERMEN Ag, Qrfacf M0717 I !"f77e?f? ,dfiaff fa alum- Kafer 62.175, X 9' 'F 2 ffff'f?ff-f'-fb A 1 5290136 50? M A' 'Q " 1 X " ' 'IAQ , ., ,nav 5' ' H "" b ' Cf'ff5!776"7 M' Q 5 1A,-r fury f ,,,. , A :" .Q A1111 A,.: 5 . if ,,, : ii urz V 2. 5 ,.A:,.: X W V f - "",, "," A 3' "' ' 5 f I-' P1 1 One GALES DEFEATED BY WTLDCATS Newark's number one victory of the Central Ohio League was registered with a twelve to six score over Lan- caster. This was a most colorful event with Winn making the first touchdown in the first three minutes of the game. Late in the fourth quarter the Gales were well on their way toward another touchdown drive, with the ball finally stopping on Newark's one yard line. The Wildcat eleven punted out and the game came to a close with Newark win- ning their first league game. The final score was l2-6. MARIETTA AND NEWARK DEADLCDCK Newark and Marietta battled to a scoreless tie in a game which was marked with the tight defensive play of the Bengal eleven, who with the help of weather, slowed down the fast Wild- cat hackfield. Hundred Forty-Eight ln the fourth quarter, Newark, with two long runs, moved the hall to the Bengal's twenty-two yard line. A long pass was thrown to Bill Winn as the gun went off. This play left Newark within seven yards of a touchdown, thus the game ended O to U. r CATS TBOUNCE BLUE DEVILS Aiter two scoreless games the Wild- cats throttled Zanesville with a score of l2 - O. Although the Blue Devils put up a good air battle Newark's ground at- tack permitted, them to roll up a moder-- ate score. Newark received its iirst touchdown when the "Cats" got possession ot the ball after Zanesville had kicked out. The next score was made late in the third quarter when Bill Winn went over tor six points. The try for the extra point was wide. Zanesville lashed back toward the end of the iourth quarter tor a last at- tempt to score, but the Cats stopped all enemy aerial attacks and their ground trips proved futile. CATS DEFEAT BBOVVNIES The Cats defeated Cambridge 13-U in a hard battle ot doubttul outcome. The Brownies tried 24 passes, ot these ll were completed and E5 intercepted, The Brownies lost more yardage than gained on rushes, and so in the first quarter advanced the ball to Newark's l-4 by air. ln the same quarter, Newark inter- cepted and passed to the ten. Smith romped over for the touchdown. The attempt tor extra point was blocked. A pass, Gorsuch to Smith, brought the Cats up to the l7. Cforsuch again car- ried the spiral through center for a first down on the 5. Bickle charged through to the one and Gorsuch went over for the six points. The extra point was made by Bill Cforsuch. One Hundred Forty Ninn, One CATS DEFEATED AT COSHOCTCN The Wildcats' loss at Coshocton de- feated their chances for the C. O. L. championship. ln the first quarter the Braves re- turned the ball to the Cats' 45 where in three straight plays it went over for the first score of the game which made it 7-O. The Braves second' touchdown was made after a pass put them in scoring territory. A charge through center took them to the four. Here the Cats held them for a while, but they went over in three attempts. The attempt for the extra point was no good. The final score was l3-O. WILDCATS BEAT DOVER TORNADOES Newark kicked to Dover at the start of the first period and the Cats, deter- mination was soon rewarded when Cooper intercepted a pass on the 43. Newark lost the ball on a fumble. The Tornadoes punted to the Cats who started their attack again. A long pass was not completed and Winn went around left end to pick up twelve yards, Bickel made three, and Gorsuch bucked the line to make a first down. Newark's Hundred Fifty ground attack carried them to the one where Gorsuch plunged over for the six points. Bickel went off tackle for the extra point. Newark scored again after the Cats had intercepted a Dover pass. The Wildcats, ground attack put them into scoring territory. Bickel on an off tackle play carried the spiral from the four over for a touchdown. Iury made the extra point. The final score was l4-O CATS BREAK TIE IN FOURTH TO DEFEAT CHILLICOTHE The game Saturday proved to be very exciting for the Homecoming fans of Newark. The game stayed in a deadlock of 6-6 until the fourth quarter. The first half was very slow as to the scoring standpoint with neither team threatening to score. The fine exhibit of floats made by clubs of the high school gave life to the afternoon's per- formance which was the annual home- coming. At the beginning of the second half it was evident that the cats were out for a kill. Bickel carried the ball around his own right end for six points which VARSITY Newark 20 Newark I2 Newark O Newark O Newark I3 Newark I2 Newark O Newark I4 Newark I3 put the Newark team in high spirits for the remainder of the game. However, the Cavaliers were not to be held down, and with but six minutes to play they tied the score. The New- ark team knew too well that the time was getting short and therefore were forced to be cool at the climax. Newark came out of the huddle and with clock like precision, Bud Iackson threw a long pass to Bibart who was on the six when tackled. There was very little time left when Bill Gorsuch, Newark's I85 lb. fullback, Went through center for the winning touchdown. The extra point was made by Bill Winn. SCORES Columbus West 6 Lancaster 6 Marietta O Mansfield 3l Cambridge O Zanesville U Coshocton I3 Dover O Chillicothe 6 One Hundred Fifty One Reserves Row l-Gamendingle, Oder, Huffman, Williams, Ridenbaugh, Eorgraves, Campbell, Dunn, Williams, Sessor, Dean, Mercer. Row 2--eBillingsby, DeWeese, Orr, Markham, Vanatta, Cook, Radu, Sedgwick, Derringer, Miller, Patterson, Piche, Bailey, Holmok, Evans. Row 3fSaylor, Loar, Hunt, Sessia, Holland, Catts, Eddy, Null, Lake, Westbrook, Robertson, Cornisford, Baumgardner, Wells, Mills, McElroy. POTENTIAL VARSITY The Iunior Varsity, some times known as the "Cannon Fodder" team, makes its debut for the higher ranks in football. These moleskin warriors contribute potential strength for the 1942 Varsity team. Under the tutelage of Head Coach "Lenny" Wilhelm and Assistant Coach "Max" Douglas, the boys are given basic training in fundamentals, drills, plays, rules, and other technicalities of the game. One Hundred Fifty-Two RESERVE COACHES Leonard Wilhelm Max Douglas This fall 55 boys, mainly Freshman and Sophomores have been outfitted and put thru the regular game sched- ule. The teams played were the Re- serve teams of the Central Ohio League ending the season with a fifty-fifty win and loss column. Some of the outstanding boys were: Kenton Campbell, Ed Holmak, Vernon Williams, Iames Forgraves, lames Wil- liams, Charles Lessor, Bill Huffman, Howard Miller, Ralph Wells, and Dick Dean. W, . ,f 1..v milk Q Wi ff W V lz, Mi ssa W K , is 32,33 ,J 6 E , 'gjigj 1 W' E W M iq Q, Z 5 BASKETBALL SQUA1 60. -f COL, 6b,f5ac'6 ffaffef f ND LETTERMEN cfm-1P.s' CT Off' Sfreflfky i L' amffefffrfe .Sifvvfrlff 6700 CHILLICOTHE -- HERE The 'Cats, too anxious to avenge the first-round defeat and suffering an off night, had a hard time beating a con- fident squad of Red Devils. Holding a slight lead in the final canto, Newark successfully stalled the remaining min- utes to win 26 - 24. CHILLICOTHE - THERE ln the first league game of the sea- son, the Wildcats dropped a hotly con- tested battle with a score of 3l-30. With the officials calling a total of 43 fouls, Snelling, Seesholtz, Munkachy, and Cooper were forced to leave the floor during the game. MARIETTA - HERE Marietta faced a team which was on a New Year's Eve spree and noth- ing could prevent the Wildcats from dropping in basket after basket. Six- teen members of the 'Cats' squad par- ticipated in the game and the Newark lead kept growing until the final gun: 48 - l9. One Hundred Fifty-Six MARIETTA - THERE Decidedly the superior team, the Wildcats overpowered Marietta's Tigers for the second time this season, leading from start to finish. Newark tallied 50 points whereas Marrietta gathered 27. LANCASTER - HERE The New Year's celebration was evi- dently too much for the Wildcats as they loafed along to score five points in the first half to Lancaster's twelve. Waking up in the second half, the 'Cats tore on to win with a score of 34-22 by scoring 29 points to Lancaster's ten. LANCASTER - THERE Newark rallied in the last half to win an evenly matched ball game after leaving the floor at the end of the third period with a 22 - 22 deadlock, the final score being 34 - 25, CAMBRIDGE - HERE In the last home game for the senior players, the Wildcats staged a bril- liant performance by exhibiting their true basketball qualities before a ca- pacity crowd. Due to the 'Cats cool playing, there was no excuse for the Newark fans to worry, and the game ended 52- 42. CAMBRIDGE - THERE The Wildcats were forced to pull most of their tricks out of the bag at Cam- bridge to stave off the Brownies last quarter offensive. Leading all the way, the 'Cats went scoreless in the final canto but successfully stalled to win 35-32. One Hundred Fifty-Seven DOVER - HERE Newark led the Dover Visitors all the way but honestly were forced to turn on the heat in order to stifle Dover's twelve-point offensive in the last quar- ter. The 'Oats were quite the opposite ot the crowd by coolly holding the ball till the last gun. Score: 40 - 38. DOVER - THERE On Dover's small tloor the Newark Wildcats' carne out at the short end ot a 47-4l score. Snelling kept the Visit- ing team in the game with l7 points, but the whole team was just outscored. ZANESVILLE - HERE Ooasting along after their victory over a strong Dover team, the Wildcats, although not boasting ot a record score, came out on top with a score ot 37 - 28. The game, in general, suufficiently sat- isfied the Newark tans. One Hundred Fifty-Eight ZANESVILLE - THERE After being outclassed for almost the entire garne, Newark, with last minute substitutions, squeezed past the Zanes- ville Blue Devils 35 - 36. COSHOCTON - HERE The Wildcats pulled passed Dover by definitely defeating the Coshocton Redskins with a score of 48-33. The highlight of the night's work before a packed Gym was the Cats' scoring 24 points in the third quarter to Coshoc- ton's one, COSHOCTON - THERE Climaxing a stiff league schedule, the Newark cagers scalped the Coshocton Redskins with a score of 43-33. By winning this game, the Wildcats tied with Dover for the Central Ohio League Championship. SCHEDULE Newark Columbus East 32 Newark Zanesville Newark Mansfield 39 Newark Coshocton Newark Hamilton 21 Newark Marietta Newark Portsmouth 29 Newark Massillon Newark Chillicothe 3l Newark Dover Newark Toledo Libbey 26 Newark Chillicothe Newark Marietta l9 Newark Lancaster Newark Lancaster 22 Newark Zanesville Newark Cambridge 32 Newark Cambridge Newark Dover 38 Newark Coshocton Newark 35 Mt. Vernon 28 One Hundred Fifty Nine RQSQFSJQS Row l----Thomas, Bline, Yarger, Farrington, Bailey, H. Millci, .. ed .ryor, Alspach, Bein- hower, manaqer. Row 2-Mr. Hanshue, coach, Westbrook, Hinqer, McCaulsky, Schaus, Sedgwick, lackson, Forqraves, I. Miller, Van Winkle. FUTURE STARS The Newark High School reserves completed another very successful sea- son by winning all oi their scheduled games but one. The only setback was suffered at the hands oi the Demolay team. The reserves enqaqed all the C. O. L. reserve teams and other teams from class B schools. The boys are all sophomores who have previously One Hundred Sixty played on the junior high teams. The team is coached. by Luther Hanshue, who has had fine reserve squads for the last several successive seasons. The members ot the squad who were eliqible for numerals were Bline, For- qraves, Hinaer, lackson, McCaulskv, Shaus, Sedgwick, Wells, Westbrook, Thomas, and Yaraer. Gindef men Row l-Craig, Layman, Rico, Steinman, Malone, Williams, Wheeler, Smith, Kitchen, Winn, Iury. Row 24Snelling, Iaynes, Dumm, Holmok, Messick, Prior, Woodyard, Redman, Tate, Baugh- man, Ewing, Davidson. The Wildcat track team had a fairly successful season for '4l. Newark won a dual meet at Mansfield but lost to Columbus Central, Columbus North, and Springfield. The 'Cats won the Uhrichsville Relays and placed second in the District Meet. The outstanding Cinder man was Bill Craig, who scored a total of l4O points. He won the dis- cus in the State meet, and still holds the Newark Relay Record of l5l feet, 4 inches. Bill Smith was our outstand- ing 440 runner, Bill Tate our hurdler, and Bill Prior proved himself as a sprinter. The squad members receiving letters were the following: B. Craig, D. Snell- ing, B. Prior, B. Tate, and B. Smith. One Hundred Sixty One l l94l RELAYS The second annual Newark Relays were held Saturday, May 3, at White's Field. Springfield took the honors this year with 565 points. Columbus Cen- tral finished second with 46 points, Co- lumbus North third with 43 points, and Newark fourth with 30M points. Co- lumbus East was very close to Newark C. O. Newark again won the Central Ohio League championship by taking nine of the fourteen first places. Newark scored 87V2 points to Marietta's 74V2, Chillic3tl'1e's 28W, Lancaster's 20lf3, Dover's and Cambridge's 3 l X 3. New- with a score of 30 points. Newark had one third, three fourths, and one fifth place. Craig took second in the shot- put, and won the discus. Bob Smith finished second in the 440, and the relay team was second in the mile relay. L. MEET ark's nine winners were: Davidson- l00-yd. dash, Ewing-120 high hurdles, Craig-high jump, shot-put, discus, and 880 relay, Smith--440, Steinman-880, and Tait-low hurdles. One Hundred Sixty-Two glClI'I'lefS Row 1-Murphy, Philips, O'Brien, Abbott, Francis, Smith, Jones. Row 2-Redman, Woodyarcl, Schaus, Munkachy, Morrow, Mix, Vogel. The Wildcat cross country squad of 1941 appeared to be greatly improved over the preceding team. Newark placed seventh in the District meet but lost to Mansfield 32-25. In the meet with Columbus North, Newark Won by a score of 36 - 38. Newark also defeated Columbus East by a score of 22 - 36. In a triangular meet with North, East, and South, Newark Was fortunate in de- feating all three opponents. The boys receiving letters were Abbott, Redman, Woodyarol, Vogel, Schaus, and Phil- lips. ' One Hundred Sixty-Three .Zrznis Squad Left to Right-Coach Orr, George Welsch, George Shinn, James Buck, Donald McCau1sky, Iarnes Cooper. TENNIS SQUAD The Newark High Tennis Team of 1941, the first since 1930, although suf- fering a majority of setbacks, came through a difficult season gaining much valuable experience. The Wildcats battled their way to victory over Lan- caster in the opener but dropped their double-header with Zanesville. They bounced back defeating Columbus West only to lose their final game of the season to Salem. Of the five-man team, there were three graduating seniors, a junior, and a sophomore. Good performances were turned in by all members of the team. RECORD: Newark 6 - Lancaster 1 Newark 2 - Zanesville 5 Newark 2 - Zanesville 5 Newark 3 - Columbus West O Newark 1 - Salem 6 One Hundred Sixty-Four BUS!! GLAQGQUQIZS' The intramural baseball league is composed of three teams: the seniors, juniors, and sophomores each having one team. Last year the juniors won the championship by taking five out of six games. The seniors won four and lost two, whereas the sophomores failed to win a game. The twelve players hav- ing the highest batting and infielding averages were awarded letters. The recipients of letters in order of rating were as follows: Allen, Lawrence, Starrett, Athan, Keyes, Smith, Houpt, Stasel, Munkachy, McDonald, Christ- man, and Tracy. One Hundred Sixty Five One Qirfs, Qym Glass ATHLETIC COUNCIL Lett to Right-Mary lane Vintilla, lean Applegate, Miss Florence Myer, Helen Iohns, Marydell Moorman, Ruth Anderegg. The Girls' Physical Education depart- ment consists ot bi-Weekly gym classes, health classes, and intramural activi- ties. The gym classes are made up ot social games, inside sport activities, Danish gymnastics, and some dancing. The last was used in the music testival, held the latter part ot the school year. For the first time in the school his- tory a Girls' Physical Education Council was formed to decide the policies to be carried out in the girls' sports. Mem- bers of this council were lean Apple- gate, chairmang. Ruth .Anderegg, hockey, Helen lohns, volleyballp Dor- othy Clark, basketball, Marydell Moor- man, baseball. Later in the school year this council determined what girls would receive a school letter gained through the participation in the various sports. A red letter was presented to the girls earning a thousand points and a White letter was presented to those earning titteen hundred points. THE DANCING ART Although dance art has proved Worthy of a place in our regular school program, the lack of adequate time makes it impossible for many girls to enjoy this activity. ln all parts of our country people have danced, and dancing still brings groups together. Thus We see that it is a part of our democratic way of living. Our physcial education department integrated with the music department in the Music Festival, held the latter part of the school year. The group pictured presented the minuet, a dance-form popular du.ring our colonial period. Hundred Sixty-Six ljolfeybaff l Row 1- Helen Wright, Charlotte Reil, Ethel Wilkin, Betty Hinton, Susan Martin, Martha Priest, lean Cramer, Helen Iohn, lean Applegate, Virginia Scott, Gloria Del Monico, Dorothy Clark, Ruth Anderegg, Marilyn Binger, Carole Gorman, Alice Billingsley. Row Z-Helen!-Trurnpower, Martha Ann Slick, Mary Shaw, Virginia Fisher, lean Frey, Virginia Fry, Bettylou Carpenter. Maxine Stevens, Betty Donavan, Ann Rossel, Pauline Boggs, Beatrice Livingston, Betty Vtfells, Audrey Curts, Helen Davis, Marjorie Glass, Iackie Kramer, Betty Hideq, Marydell Moorman, Peggy Dugan, Betty Hall. Row 3-Maxine Elliot, lanice Howes, Mary Lou Buchanan, lean English, Barbara Anderson, Pat Crowley, Mildred Mitchell, Iean Hughes, Mary Kay O'Brien, Earline Russell, Ella Mae Priest, Sally Sn-rucker, Donna Van Ness, Wilma Smith, Juanita Clark, Iuanita Hinger, Shirley Flannigan, Mary Burkhart. Row 4-Elsie Weakley, Charlotte l-Ioffer, Betty Ayers, lane England, Mary Vaiea, Bose Mary Wieber, Cleo Rogers, Betty Waddell, Betty Honenberger, Marjorie Woodyard, Betty Esworthy, Barbara Luby, Carolyn Harris, Virginia Crego, Katherine Loos, Dorothy Braid, Marjorie Goode, Iean Simpson, Mollie Shultz, Mary lane Vintilla. Greater participation and interest was shown in volleyball than any other of the girls' sports, due to the volley- ball skill taught in the junior high schools. Owing to this, volleyball has grown to hold first place in girls' sports. Four teams were organized this year, consisting ot eleven members each. A Round Robin tournament was held with Maxine Elliot's team winning the championship, losing only one game. The captains of the respective teams were Helen Iohn, Helen Wright, Maxine Elliot, and lackie Kramer. Some of the most outstanding players in this sport were Mildred Mitchell, Helen Iohn, Helen Davis, Virginia Crego, Betty l-lideg, Virginia English, Pat Crowley, and Anne Bossel. One Hundred Sixty-Seven Hockey t 1 Row l-Betty Hall, Edwina Baker, Dorothy Clark, lean Applegate, Martha Priest, Susan Martin, Miss Myer, Virginia Scott, Helen lohn, Ruth Anderegg, Marilyn Binger, lulie Henzy, Carol Gorman, Peggy Dugan. Row Z-Elsie Weakley, lanice Howes, Claire Nugent, Iuanita Hinger, Eleanor Maniace, Ann Rossel, Ella Mae Priest, Helen Wright, Virginia Crego, Marian Becker, Betty Lou Wharton. Row 3fMary Lou Buchanan, Betty Lou Carpenter, Earline Russell, Virginia English, Pat Crowley, Lorraine Miller, Mary Kay O'Brian, Marjorie Woodyard, Betty Esworthy, Alice Tait, Bonnie Hardin. The hockey season this year was in est number which developed into Well- full swing with fifty girls participating, skilled players. The experienced senior under the direction of Miss Florence team proved themselves able to play Myer. The sophomores had the great- not only a good offensive but also a good defensive game. The sopho- mores, Who improved game by game, won the championship in two rounds of playing. The senior team, captained by Vir- ginia Scott, counted among the valu- able players Iulie Henzy, Ruth An- deregg, Dorothy Clark, and Iean Apple- gate. The iuniors, found to be better players of the defensive field, had Irma Myers playing at center with Helen Wright, Ella Mae Priest, and Claire Nu- gent to list among their players. The outstanding sophomores were Ann Ros- sel, Virginia English, Pat Crowley, and PeQIQY Dugan. One Hundred Sixty-Eight Qasketoaff BOW l-Ioan Hayes, Mildred Mitchell, lean Cramer, Gloria Del Monico, Helen Davis, Dorothy Clark, lean Applegate, Martha Priest, Betty Wells, Betty Hall, Kathleen Haley, Helen John, Mary Iane Vintilla, Mgr. Row 24Betty Hinton, Beatrice Levingston, lane England, Helen Massalas, Susan Martin, Betty Hideg, Ella Priest, Helen Vtfright, Iucnita Hinger, Virginia Fisher, Pat Crowley, Betty Donavan. Bow 3 -lo Moore, Earlene Russell, Mary Carlisle, Katherine Mike, Marjorie Deutch, Barbara Anderson, Mary Lou Buchanan, Virginia English, Marjorie Woodyard, Winnie Baker, Peggy Dugan, Mary Ellen Teagarden. Row 4-Bonnie Warman, jean Simpson, Claire Nugent, Helen Trumpower, Pat Belt, Mar- jorie Glass, Anne Rossel, Marilyn Binger, Ruth Anderegg, Virginia Scott, Maxine Elliott, Iackie Kramer. Row 5-lean Hughes, Mary Kay O'Brien, Betty Honenbeger, Norma Brehm, Lorraine Miller, Shirley Spencer, Margaret Andrews, Pat Bauman, Ie-an Martin, julie Henzy, Marydell Moorman. Row 6fLois Brandt, Betty Camlin, Mamie Hull, Nancy Butte. Keen interest was displayed through- out the season in the girls' intramural basketball league. Before any teams were organized, tryouts were held to determine the basketball skills, to learn basketball rules, and to practice team plays. Enough girls participated in this sport to form seven teams. The seniors were captained by lean Applegate, Helen john, and Marjorie Glass. The juniors were captained by Betty Hideg and the sophomores by Mary Lou Buchanan, Patricia Crowley, and Io Moore. The senior team captained by Helen john remained the only unbeaten team in the league. lean Applegate's team displayed the best defensive ability, tol- lowed closely by the junior team. Pat tensive ability. Some of the most out- standing players were lean Applegate, Helen john, Mamie Hull, Pat Crowley, and Betty Hideg. Crowley's team displayed the best oi- 'Y ' One Hundred Sixty-Nine Qaseball Row l-Charlotte Hotfer, Velma Smith, Betty Hall, Marjorie Goode, lean Applegate, Marydell Moorman, Helen Iohn, Ethel Wilkin, Ruth Blizzard. Row 2-Betty Miller, Iuanita Clark, Dorothy Clark, Beatrice Levingston, Nancy Butte, Helen Davis, Martha Priest, lane England, Ella Ellington, Susan Martin, Betty Hinton, lean Cramer, Gloria Del Monica. , Row 3-Ruth Anderegg, Ella Mae Priest, Betty Wells, Kathleen Haley, Betty Hideg, luanita I-linger, lean Hotter, lean Simpson, Helen Wright, Louise Blizzard. Row 4-Betty Honenberger, Marjorie Deutsch, Kathryn Mike, Marjorie Woodyard, Virginia English, Mary Lou Buchanan, Edwinna Baker, Dorothy Williams, Pat Crowley, Betty Donovan, Ianis Rohan. Row 5-lean Martin, lackie Kramer, Helen Simms, Elizabeth Carey, Mary Kay O'Brien, lean Hughes, Maxine Elliott, Ann Rossel, Barbara Anderson, Mary Ellen Teagarden, Betty Lou Carpenter, Virginia Fischer. Not in Picture-Virginia Scott, Patricia Bauman, Marilyn Binger. For a spring sport, baseball became very prominent in the girls' intramural sports. Altogether there were eighty girls participating, forming six teams. The senior teams were captained by Marydell Moorman and Sue Martin, the latter's team displayed good field- ing ability. The junior teams were cap- tained by Betty Wells and Madelyn Tharp, Whose teams had the best bat- ting average, and the sophomore teams by Anne Rossell and Virginia Fischer. Among the outstanding sophomores were Maxine Crane, Virginia English, and Samuella Steel. In the one round ot play there were titteen games in which each team played tive games. One Hundred Seventy Abbott, Char1es..75, 112, 76, 130,163 Jlldel' Abbott, Mary E1len.,106, 76, 121, 122 Adzic, Ioseph ..........,.............,.--,--------- 97 Airesrnan, Phyliss..76, 120, 123, 130 Alexander, lames ..,..........--.------,------- 84 Allen, Florence ,..... ...... ---.--- 1 1 2 Alspach, Gene ...........,... ..-.----- 3 4 Alspach, lunior ...............,... ..-.----- 7 6 Amos, Mr. Amos, Ellis Anderegg, Anderegg, Iohn .,..,....,..........,.., 94, 95 Ruth ...,.... 44, 74, 110, 106 Carroll E ....,... Ivan ...................1.......... 84 Braddock, Robert Braunbeck, Luville Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, 107, 126, 108, 120, 109, 167, 168, 169, 170, 166 Barbara ......,. 84, 125, 167, 169, 170 Chester ..........,......... 127, 75 Iesse .l................... .--.------- 3 4 Mr. Philip R. ............-.---- 33 Robert Curl .......... 119, 84 Barnes, Kathryn .............................. 76 Barnes, Mrs. Mary Eleanor .........,.. 34 Barnes, Mr. Oren I. ..........,............. 33 Barrett, Ioseph .......................... 97, 98 Barrett, Iosephine .... 45, 138, 120, 135 Barrett, Marjorie .......... 45, 114, 113 Barrett, Mary ............. ..,.....ll........ 1 00 Barringer, Bonnie .... ....... 1 36, 84 Barstow, Gerald Barstow, Marilyn Barton, Clare .......... 128, 136, 76, 109 Bonham, Gerald, Ir. ....,,4..,,..,,, 46, 132 Bonham, Lawrence ....,.......,.,. 136, 84 Bonham, Robert .......,, ,,,.,,,l 8 4, 109 Boniiant, Harold ....., ..,,,,,,, 4 6, 132 Booher, Iohn ....,.,.,,,.....,.,, ,,,,,,,.,,.., 1 03 Bope, Mr. Fred ...........,,,.,. ,,.,,.,.. 1 45 Bourne, Harley Maine .,,.,.,,......,. 119 Bowers, Carroll ...........,.,. ...,.,.. 9 7 Bowers, George .....,...,............,,...... 98 Bowers, Wilfred ...............,.,.,,,......., 97 Bowman, Virgil Ray .... 119, 84, 131 Boyd, Donald .....,.....................,.,,,.. 94 Boyd, Miss Florence .............. 32, 122 Boyd, Mr. Frew C ............. 30, 26, 35, 145, 131 Boyd, Robert ......,... Boylan, lohn ..,.....,....... Boylan, Margaret Bozman, Iohn ......,........ Braddock, Ruth ..,.... 131 ..,,.....76, .........103 .........100 133 Braden, Chloa .......,...........,,.., 46, Bradley, Mary Lou .. Braid, Dorothy ...,..... 46, 139, Brandt, Lois .............. 46, 74, 126, 120 Branscome, lames ,...... ...47, 116, 146, 147, 154, Braunbeck, Frank ,.... ,.... .84, 125, 134 167 108, , 169 117, 155 ........ .103 Anderson, Robert Garfield ,...., 44, 74, 108, 129, 131 Anderson, Shirley .................. 76, 131 Anderson, William ..........,...........,--- 84 Andrews, Christine ....l.. .......... 1 00 Andrews, Edgar .................,..........-. 84 Andrews, Eloise ......................,....... 44 Andrews, Leora .............. 84, 125, 135 Andrews, Margaret .,.,....., 44, 114, 121 109, 169 Andrews, Robert Girard ......., 118, 76, 133, 130 Andrews, Robert Howard ........ 119, 84 Andrews, William ....................--.... 100 Angeletti, Theodore ..,...... ...,..... 4 4 Ankele, George .,............................ 100 Annarino, Betty Ann .................... 84 Applegate, lean ............ 44, 114, 167, 168, 169, 170, 166 Applegate, Glenn ......,............. 118, 76 Arensberg, Phyllis ........ ,.76, 139, 130 Baughman, Gail .....,........,............... 76 Baughman, Robert .........,.............. 161 Baughman, Verna ............................ 97 Bauman, Patricia .... 45, 110, 108, 10, 109, 169, 170 Baumgartner, William .................. 100 Beall, Mary Ruth ......,.........,... 84, 125 Bearden, Max .....,....................,....... 45 Beaver, Barbara ,......... 112, 76, 121, 123, 131 Bebout, Carol ....,..........,.,.................. 94 Bebout, Dorothy .............. 76 139, 130 Bebout, Robert ..............,. 45, 112, 130 Bebout, Ronald ........,,................,..... 45 Becker, Marian ...... 84, 125, 130, 168 Beckman, Betty ..,........................... 100 Beckman, George .... 118, 76, 109, 131 Beckmann, Mary ............ 84, 125, 130 Beeney, Arlene .,...................,.......... 97 Beeney, Dorothy .....,.,.. 45, 108, 120 Beinhower, Robert ........ 119, 84, 160 Bell, Forrest ...,...........,........,........... 103 Bell, Robert Eugene ................ 136, 84 Bell, Vonda .....,............,. 84, 125, 134 Belt, Patricia ...,,..... 45, 106, 126, 108 120, 122, 169 Benner, Franklin .........,..,............,.... 76 Benner, Calvin ..... ..............,..... 8 4 Benner, Sara ...... ..,....... 8 4 Bennett, Dale .,,... .......... 7 6 Bennett, Donald ..... ......,..........,.,.. 1 00 Berry, Dorothy .............,..................., 97 Berry, lean .,....... ...,.... 1 27, 76, 131 Bertsch, lack ....,... .......,.............. 1 00 Betz, Benton .......,... Bibart, Florence ..... 147 Bibart, George ....., 45, 116, 146, Brecht, Brehm, Brehm, Brehm, Brooke, Billy ............, .......... . .......... 97 Lucille ..,...,.......,.,.,............... 84 84 125 169 Norma ................ , Thelma .,,..........,........ 76, Robert ........................,, 7 6, Brooke, George Edward .... 123 132 Brooks, Billy ...................,........ 106, 84 Brooks, Sara ............ ......... 8 4, 135 Brough, Ioan ............... ...........,. 1 00 Brown, Mr. Wilbur ...... ..,......,. 3 3 Brown, Mr. G. W. ....... .,.....,,.. 3 3 Brucker, Clarence ...,.. ....,.. 9 4, 95 Brucker, Robert ...............,,,..,... 47, 136 Buchanan, Mary Lou ............ 86, 167, 168, 169, 170 Buchanan, George David ...... 86, 131 Buck, lames .................................... 164 Bickel, lack ...... 75, 116, 76, 146, 155 Bieberbach, Lee ...................... 136, 84 Bieberbach, Robert..106, 116, 84, 147 Bieberbach, Rose Anna .,................ 46 Billett, Mrs. Dorothy ........ 32, 129, 139 Billingsley, Alice .......... 45, 133, Billingsley, lack .,,,,......... 118, 76 Bodkin, Orville Armstrong, Virgil .................... 44, 130 Ashley, Patricia .............. 44, 108, 120 Ashley, Robert .......................... 76, 131 Athan, Angel ............ 44, 43, 108, 116, 117, 147, 155 Atskotf, Marie..44, 114, 113, 122,130 Atskoft, Vera .................................... 84 Attlee, Ann .....,......,....................... 103 Ayers, Betty ..,... .44, 138, 114, 113, 122, 167 Ayers, Donald ..... .......... 1 12, 84 Azbell, William ....... ....,.......,.... 1 00 Bachelor, Vonda ........ ...,........ 4 4 Backenstos, Martha ...................... 100 Backenstos, Robert ................ 119, 84 Bagent, Charlene .... 84, 125, 134, 130 Bailey, Lewis Edward ..., 84, 160, 152 Baird, Eloise .....,.............................. 84 Baird, lean ...... 45, 138, 136, 121, 133 Baker, Earl .........................,.............. 84 Baker, Edgar ,......,.......... 45, 72, 108, 116, 117, 147 Baker, Edwina .,....,, 115, 84, 125, 130, 168, 169, 170 Baker, Ida Mae ................................ 94 Baker, Richard ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,........ 100, 107 Baker, Richard ,,,,,...,,,,,. 118, 76, 109 Baker, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,........ 76, 130 Ballinger, Ieanne ,,.,,,,.,,,, 76, 123, 134 Barber, Donald ...... 136 76, 137, 130 Barber, lunior Eugene ..,. 45, 114, 136, 137, 132, 130 Barclay, Ronald ...,....... Barclay, Rosemary ...,... . .., ..... 97 Billmon, Lois ,........ .............. 8 4, Billows, loseph .......,........ 118, 113, 127 76, 109, 131 Binger, Marilyn ...... 46, 108, 120, 167, 168, 169, 170 Bixler, Iames .............,.,.............. 46, 132 Black, Maxine .,,,..,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,, 97 Bland, Esther .....,.... 107, 84, 125, 130 Bline, Fred ....,...,......,,,,,,.,..,..,,,,,,,.,, 100 Bline, William .,,. 83, 106, 84, 147, 160 Blizzard, Dorothy ,,.,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76 Blizzard, Louise .......,,.,,,, 84, 134, 170 Blizzard, Ruth ........ .,.,,,,,,,,,,, 7 6, 170 Bodkin, Viola Boggs, Pauline ....,. 46, 113, 112, 121, 109, 139, 167 Bolen, Earl .....,,,.,.....,......,,.,..,.....,,,,,. 97 Bolton, William ....., .,...,.....,,,, 4 6, 132 Bonar, Eleanor ................ 76, 123, 134 Buckingham, Marjorie .................... 97 Bumgardner, Harold ,,....... .....,. 4 6, 132 Burden, Betty ............. .........,...,..., 8 4 Burden, Robert ....... ..,............,,...,. 4 7 Burdine, Bette ....... ,...,., 4 7, 111, 122 Burkam, John ,..,................,..........,,... 86 Burkhart, Mary ................ 47, 134, 167 Burnley, Ioseph ..... ........,.,, 1 36, 87 Burton, Ellsworth ..... ......,......,,, 1 O0 Bush, Clarabel ,...... ..,,,,,,. 1 00 Butler, Dorothy ...........,,.,,,...,,,.,,,,,. 100 Butte, Mary Louise .,............,,.,........ 76 Butte, Nancy ...... 47, 74, 135, 169, 170 Butts, Richard ...,....,...,,,, 136, 76, 137 Butcher, Frances ...... 76, 123, 139, 130 Byers, Robert Ernest ..........,........... 86 Byes, William ,,.,........,.....,,,,,,..,,....,. 97 ........47 Cagney, Margaret ....... Cagney, ' ' Cagney, Wilma ..... William ........ ...100 Calland, Carol ...... , ..... ..,.......... . 98 Callander, lane ..............., 47, 112, 139 Callander, Rodney ............,..... 47, 117 Camlin, Elizabeth .... 41, 74, 136, 108, 120, 169 Camp, Lawrence ............ .. .............. 76 Camp, Robert ...... , ........ .................. 9 7 One Hundred Seventy-One A J . R PM Q fifif f THE EARLY ENGRAVERS WERE ALL CHISELERS O . I XT, ' A ' S x . L' .Q J ,H My I H 'E , -Q-sa y L!KUj'fii'aN-' A.. ' . 'Zhi ZF, V. ' Q , aw ' . 7 W lslyx n . .N 'lf . N-. .' fQ ' -. ' . I A" M wx k 1 h ,Q - tthcxnks to modem Mfgvw A 4' O if 1" . .MJ , Iwi ,ff p 7 equlpment We do not , 'T 4,- X' 4 have to Ch1SGl to qlve ' i f ou ,good enqrcxvmqs 1 1 re le pnces. i n Q f in -f .ESQV af S" C Q QQJMQ L., 'lv L , XJ.. 'X ,Y LLk Q QA 1 ! , 4 5 X' '- -' A - r 'fQ' R L an V Q -Q L4 E l if A -fzi fgl: +35-A ----- M A L25 E K -H LL- --- H e-fx , 3 gif" Q' X- -Iffxscl-' ' , I A 1 . T- F. ,J-xxx .A ' ,,,.,.. ,r 2 Q 4: X ia-! qzlgllv 5 W ,..Li ,n E'?L 1 N X THE NEWARK ENGRAVING CO., NEWARK, OHIO One Hundred Seventy-TWO Campbell, Kenton.,87, 146, 155, 152 117, 147, 146, 154 Coss, Walter ....,....................... 86, 134 Campbell, William ..,.......,.,..... 48, 132 Christy, Ioan .......... 136, 86, 125, 131 Cotterrnan, George ........ 48, 108, 132 Campbell, Mr. Dwight ..... ...,......... 3 4 Citrone, William .............................. 86 Cotterman, Thelma ........ 48, 122, 133 Campbell, George .......... ....... ,..... 7 6 Clark, Beth Ann ,.............. ...76, 130 Couugill, Winona .,......................... .48 Campbell, Iohn Everett .,................ 86 Clark, Betty ....................,.,,.,............ 76 Coulter, Bernard Lee ..............,......... 86 Campbell, Regena .,.. 48, 74, 107, 108 Clark, Dorothy ....,..,...... 48, 167, 168, Courson, Marjorie .......... 48, 122, 139 Campbell Richard .....,.. 107, 112, 87 169, 170 Courson, Raymond Walter .............. 86 Campbell Walter ..,....... . ..... ........, 1 00 Clark, Harvey ........,.............,,.. 87, 134 Courtney, Glenna .....................,...... 86 Campbell, Wayne .....,..,. 48, 108, 136, Clark, luanita .... 48, 122, 139, 167, 170 Courtright, Bonnie lean ........ 48, 107, 137, 134 Clark, Robert Henry ...............,........ 76 108, 109, 133 Carey, Elizabeth ............ 127, 76, 109, Clay, Frank ...............,...... 128, 118, 76 Cox, Mr. Lester ................................ 99 123, 135, 170 Clay, Robert ........,..............,,. 76, 130 Cox, Mr. Stewart ....,.,,.,.... 32, 35, 109 Carlisle, Mary Elizabeth ..l..... 86, 169 Clifford, Robert ................l..... 119 87 Coyle, Grace Marie ......l............... 77 Carpenter, Betty Lou ............,. 86, 125, Coakley, Bernard Lee .................... 76 Coyne, Iames ...,....,.. .......... 7 7 167, 168, 170 Coakley, Forrest ,.,........ ,,........ 1 03 Coyne, Robert ..... .......... 9 7 Carpenter, Pauline ....,..................... 94 Cocanour, Leland ...... ............... 8 7 Craig, William ..... 1. ........ 161 Carpenter, Ruth ...... ....... ........... 9 4 Cocanour, Robert ..,... ....,.... 1 36 86 Cramer, Bonnie ...,..,........ .......l... 1 03 Carson, Donald ........ ............,, 9 7 Cochran, Norma ..... . ............. 77 Cramer, lean ..,,..............................., 48 Carson, leanne .. .,............... 97 Cochran, Robert ...., ......,.. 8 7 Cramer lean Elizabeth ...... 77, 123, Cass, Donald ,..,. ........ 8 7, 134 Cochran, Willis .,.... ...,. . .,77 135, 167, 169, 170 Castle, Betty ..... .............. 9 7 Coleman, Bennie ........ ...,, . U94 Cramer, Iohn ...............,.. 49, 117, 133 Castle, Eunice .,.. .........,.,......... 9 7 Colling, Virginia .,..., ...,. . ,.97 Cramer, Iune ..,..,.....................,,.... .97 Cates, lunior ..........,,......,................. 97 Collinsworth, Ruby ..... . ..,...... .100 Cramer, Margaret .......,.,.........,.... 100 Catt, Harold .......,...,......., 127, 76, 152 Colman, Kenneth ...... ..,.........,.. . 103 Crampton, Ross .......,.................,.... 49 Cavendish, George .......,........ 76, 130 Comisford, Homer ....... ........ 1 00, 152 Crane, Maxine ,............... 86, 125, 135 Chan, Gim Pong ,..,............ .... 1 28, 76 Conner, lerry .......... ........... . U94 Crawmer, William .......... 49, 117, 130 Channell, Betty Louise ,,,...,... 86, 125 Connor, Lewis ...,. .,...,,, . ..7'7 Cree, Iames Elsworth ............ 107, 87, Chapman, Edward ,.,....... 118, 136, 76 Connor, Louise ...... ....... 1 03 109, 130 Chatterton, Norma ..,.,..................... 97 Connor, Mary ....,.., .,... . 103 Creeger, Charles .................... 49, 133 Cherry, Nita .,.............................,.... 94 Connor, Walter .....,.... ,,.,,... . ..87 Crego, Virginia Ann ...... 77, 167, 168 Chesser, Marilyn ....,......,........ 97, 98 Conrad, Mr. Stacy ....,..,.,........,.., ,228 Crilly, Miss Bertha .............,.,......... .32 Chester, Mary lane..136, 86, 125, 137 Cook, Edward ........,............,.... 94, 152 Crist, Patricia ................ 84, 125, 134 Chilcote, Adelaide ....,..... 113, 76, 121, Cooper, lames ...... 48, 106, 108, 116, Crossland, Mr. Logan .................,.. 117 123, 131 117, 146, 154, 155, 164 Crothers, Elmer .,.............,...,,,........ 100 Chism, Carl ..,....... ..................... 9 7 Cooperrider, Carl ............,....... 118, 77 Crouch, Howard ............., 49, 117, 132 Chism, Robert ....,.. ......... C ope, lohanne ,....................,.. 86, 134 Crouch, Paul ..,...,.................,.....,.,. 100 Chrisman, Ann .......... Q .................., 103 Corrington, Charlene Marie ..,....... 77 Crouse, Donald Richard..119, 85, 131 Chrisman, Wayne ............,,..,.,....... 94 Corder, Mary Ellen .....................,.. 77 Crowley, Patricia .......... 112, 84, 125, Cl'1riStrr1CIr1, Ierold .....l 48, 43, 108, 116, Coss, Edith ........,..,.,.... .,,,..... 7 7 167, 168, 169, 170 Compliments of A FRIEND I One Hundred Seventy-Three THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenience, the best approach to employment . . . Indispensable to success in business. 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Del Cecato, Lewis .................. .97 ---7111103 ........100 Deering, lohn ...... 49, 74, 110, 108 De Mar, Beverly .....,...........,.. De Mar, lacqueline .....,.,....,. DeMent, Ronald .......... Dennis, Fredrick .....,...,........... Del Cecato, Pete ....,....................... 77 Del Monico, Gloria .,,,.... 49, 1 167, 169 38, .....84 .,......100 4 Douglass, Anne .......,...... 77, 135 Dowds, lohn ,.,...... Drumm, Charles ............ .,136, 85, Drumm, lean ......,.... ............ 7 7, Dry, lean ,.........,...,.,..... ......,.. 5 0 Dudgeon, Edward ....... ,......... Duff, Iuanita ........... ..............., Dugan, Clifford .............,........,.... Dugan, Peggy ............., 106, 84, 167, 168, Dumm, Richard .....,,.,...............,.. Dunaway, Paul ,.... ..........,..... Dunaway, Texova . ,,.. 77 134 Denman, ...,.85 Dennison, loan ....,,,........,........... lames 1oseph,,119, 85 Derringer, lames .......,,,.,.......... 94 125 Derringer, Robert ....,............,.,... ...l00 Deutsch, ,.,l45 Deutsche, 131 Deweese, ...16l Deweese, Marjorie ..,....... 85, 169, Patricia ...,,,,,..........,..., Kenneth .,...,........,,,. 97, Mr. Walter .... .....98 .,,..28 .....77 Davidson, Sara . ............. 77, 123, Davis Davis, William .....,,.................... Helen .... 49, 133, 167, 169, Davis loseph ....,.,......................,.... Davis Joyce ,............................. 97 Davis Lillian .....,.... ......... 4 9, Davis, Margaret ...,. ................ Davis Davis Davis Iune ......,.. . .i.... . Ralph .....s.........,,......... .77 Marie ,...........,...... ............... 136 Di Blasio, lulia Ann Dickerson, Mr. Edwyn Dietz, Eulela .....,........ Di Giando, Sammy .. Diller, Roberta .......... Diller, Vaida ......... Diller, Wanda ....... Dilts, Eleanor .....,, Disbennett, Iohn ................,, Ditter, lo Ann ............ ...,, 32 ....,...100 ...,..,77, .,97, ........l03 85, Dodd, Dorothea ...... 77, 109, 123, Dodson, Eva ..,............,,,......., Duncan, Carol .............. 138, 77, Dunn, loseph .....,... ,............... 8 5, 152 Dunn, Richard ..., ...,....,............ 7 7 Dunn, Robert ........... ........,.. 5 0 Dupler, Mr. Homer .,,,....,...........,.,. 145 Dustheimer, Elojean ..............., 85, 125 Dwiggins, Roland ,.,,, ............,. 5 0 Dwiggins, Walter ,.,.... ......,,... 9 7 Dyer, Phyllis ,..,....,.......,. ,........ 1 00 Eckert, Mr. Charles A. ................., 33 Eckert, William .....,...............,...,,... 103 Ecleberry, Eileen..77, 123, 135, 130 Eddy, Howard ...,...............,,,,, 85, 152 Edwards, Georgia .....,.... 113, 84, 109 Edwards, Martha .......... 115, 136, 84 Edwards, Mr. P. B, ....,...,....,., 28, 29 Eifinger, William .....,,,,,.,......., 77, 137 Elder, Louise ...,....... ......., 1 15, 84 Ellington, Ella ....... ......,,.,.. 5 0, 170 Elliott, Albert ..,...,.,..............,,, , 77 Davis Sidney .... 49, 74, 106, 108, Davis Susanna ............., 34, 125, Davis, Wayne .............,........,........... 77 Dawson, Mary Lou ...... Day, Richard..111, 118, Dayhuif, William ......,,,.. Dayton, Ernest ......... Dean, Marie .....,... 77, 131 Doerr, Mary lane .... 138, 113, 127, 77 Dollison, Eleanor ..,..........,................ 84 Donavan, Betty ..,..... 84, 167, 169, 170 ' 33 Dornbirer, Mr. B. W, .............. . Dorsey, Barbara .,., 112, 123, 135, Douglas, Mr. Max ....,.,.,.......,. Elliott, Annabell .......... Elliott, Earl 1. ........ . Elliot, Maxine,.85, 134, 167, 169 Elmore, Mary .....,......,...........,,,,,,, Ernbry, lohn ........... Emerson, Mary ..... QUALITY Does Not PRINTING Cost . . . 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IV8'ZUUl'k,S Dcpmzdablc Home . 9 F1z1'1zIisl1ers S West Main at A d - Newark, Ohio AT NEWARK O e Hundred S England, lane ......,. 50, 138, 114, 112, Flannigan, Shirley ...... 51, 138, Frey, Betty ............, ,..,.....,..,........, 1 36 122, 167, 169, 170 130, Frey, Betty Ruth .........,.. 103, 78, 123 Engle, lack ..,.....,.,.....,............. 107, 85 Fleming, Charles .,., 51, 126, 109, Frey, Doris ........... .................,.... 1 03 English, Virginia .,.. 85, 109, 167, 168, Flemming, Miss Edith .................... 93 Frey, lean ...............,, ....,... 5 1, 167 169, 170 Fletcher, Iacqueline ............,......... 85 Frizzell, Dorothy ....,. .,.,................ 7 8 Eppelein, Robert ,.,.....,... 119, 85, 130 Fletcher, Iames Louis .,..........1...,. 132 Frush, Donald ........,.................,..... 103 Ervin, Robert ....,...................,.....,... 100 Flook, lack .,.. 118, 112, 136, 78, Fry, Virginia .,.......,........ 78, 131, 167 Eshelman, Iohn ...............,....,.,.,...,, 100 Florian, Donald .,.,...... ...............,. l 03 Frye, Dorothy ........ 52, 122, 134, 139 Essig, Donna Iean,.50, 108, 120, 135 Flowers, Danny ....., ..,.... l 03 Frye, Lucille ............,.,.,..,.,.,....,....... 97 Esworthy, Betty lane ............ 85, 134, Fogle, Betty ......... ......... 5 1 Fulke, Mary Ann ....,..,.,.,.,...... 78, 123 167, 168 Fogle, Roy ........1.. ......... 8 5 Fulkerson, Frances ...,.................,,. 103 Evans, Barbara ....,.......,..,.,.. 76, 123 Foos, Margaret ..,,., ............ 9 4 Fulton, Mary Louise ................ 136, 78 Evans, Betty .........,.......... 50, 129, 122 Foos, Robert ..,..... , ......,.................... 94 Gailbraith, Dale .......... 78, 137, 131 Evans, lack .......... ............. 1 03, 152 Forbes, Anne Linda ...,..,......,.. 51, Galbraith, Robert Dwight ,..,.. 136, 85 Evans, Robert ..,.,,............,.,.....,,.,,. 103 120, Gallagher, Charles ...,...,......,,.,...,., 78 Ewald, Edward ,.,,...,. e .,.,.....,. 107, 85 Forbes, Athena ........,,....,. 78, 123, Gamerdinger, Richard ........ 100, 152 Ewing, Gene ,.,. 51, 116, 117, 146, 161 Forgrave, Iames ............ 85, 160, Garapedian, Leo ............ 107, 118, 78 Fairall, Marybelle ...........,...,.......... 94 Forsythe, William ...... ,.................. 9 4 109, 130 Farmer, Anna ...............,..,...,,.,.,.,.. 103 Fowler, lean ......,.., ......,.. 9 7 Gard, Mary lean ...... 52 74, 108, 121 Farrington, Robert ......., 119, 85, 160 Fowls, Gene ..,............, ,......,, 8 5 Garee, George .............,,,........,....... 52 Felty, Paul ........................................ 77 Fowls, Nira .....,..........,., ....... 1 00 Garrett, lva Lee ...,.,,,.................,.,.. 78 Field, Robert ...........,...,,....,..,........... 85 Fraley, Mae Caroline .... .......,.... 7 8 Garver, Lois ...,....... ....,.,.,., 1 03 Fields, Carl ......,.,...,.,..,..,.,... 106, 118 Francis Barbara .......,...,.,........ 97, 98 Gaumer, Roger .....,......,.....,..... 107, 86 Fields, Ruth ......,....... 51, 74, 114, 122 Francis, Betty ........., 51, 74, 106, Gaydos, Geraldine ............ ..52, 132 Filkosky, William .,..,,... ,.......,., 9 7, 98 120, Geer, Ethel ............................ 86, 135 Filosky, Fay .......... 112, 85, 125, 112 Francis, Charles ..................,.........., 85 Gefell, Marilyn ......,.,.,.., 85, 125, 135 Fink, Gretchen Maxine .....,...,.. 85, 125 Francis, Iames .....,.,.,.,..,. 51, 106, Geidenberger, Donald .....,.....,........ 85 Finkbone, Marilyn ..,. 106, 77, 121, 122 109, 117, Gentile, Franklin ..............,..,.. 136, 78 Finney, Harriet ,....................... 57, 135 Francis, Mary Iane..l36, 85, 125, Gentile, Grace ......., 52, 114, 113, 139 Fischer, Virginia ,.,.ww 85' 167, 169' 170 Francis, Thelma ...................,............ 85 Gelfer, Mr. Samuel ..........., ..34, 137 . 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Gentry, Margarette ,.,.,.,................. 97 Fisher' Anna ""'""""""'""""""""" 77 Frankenbery, Richard ..... ......... 7 8 George, Raymond .,........ 52, 116, 147 Fisher' Befbum T- ----- ------- ----'-- 7 7 Franz, Ioan .......,.......................,.... 103 Gerber, 11-rrrree .......... 52, 126 109, 117 Fisher, Miss Irma ....... ...,...,...... 3 3 Frater, Betty ..................,................... 78 Giblin, Oscar ...,.,......................., 94, 95 Fisher' Maxine DAIQWQD ---------- 5 1' 74 Fredritz, Geraldine ...... 136, 127, Gibson, Helen ...................,.....,...... 100 - 123, Gilbret, Lester ..,.. ..,.,.,........... 7 8, 130 FIsk' Charles """ """"""""" """ 9 8 Freeman, Blanche ..1..........,............ 85 Gill, Marilyn .................................. 112 H2911 Mqfthu ------'-"--'--- 51' 1121 133 Pre1r1er, Merirm Bernice ,....,.......... 85 Glese, Marjorie ...... 52, 132, 167, 169 Flilnfliqdrl, Iames .....,.,,... 118, 127, 77 French, Howard Harding .............,,. 85 Glaunsinger, Mary Louise .,.,,....... 97 The Style Shep The PHIL VQGELMEIER COMPANY 23 South Park Place Newark, Ohio T110 bmi is still Ihr' lmxf 1'.1'pr'11.v1'f'r' Coats Hose MOVERS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Dresses Slips Millinery BUILDINGS 61 MACHINERY Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. 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Corner Walnut and Third 4054 - Phones - 4055 Glover, Frances ...... .,........, 9 4 1-laas, Marguerite ...... ..........., 7 8 Harris, Patricia ........,, ....,,.... 8 6 Glover, luanita ..,.,,,........ ,........ 1 00 Haas, Philip .....,.,........ ..........,........ 9 4 Harris Paul Richard .........,.,. 78 Glover, Leona ,..............,..,. .,..... 9 7 Haier, Charles ,...........,........... 53, 132 Harris, Ruth .......,..,. ....... 1 36, 78 Goldsmith, lohn Marion ...... ....,,. 8 5 Haqans, lean Francis ..........., 86, 125 Harris, William ........... ..,,..,.. 9 7 98 Gonser, Ada Mae ,,.,.......... ......... 1 03 Haley, Frances ....,..............,............ 97 Harris, Mrs. Charles ...,......,........... 35 Gonser, Dale .......,...,............,,....,... 103 Haley, Kathaleen ....,...,. 112, 78, Harris William .........................,...... 78 Good, Marjorie .............,.......... 78, 170 169, Hart, Clair Eugene ........ 119, 86, 130 Goode, Mary ............ 52, 74, 114, 129, Hair, Donald ....,..,.. ..,.,......,.,.,....., 5 3 Harter, Iunior ...........,............,.,....... 94 122, 167 Hall, Bennett .,.,.,........,,,........,,.......,. Harter, Marjorie ....,.1.,..,.. 86, 134, 130 Goodin, Raymond ...,,..,., 52, 128, 114 Hall Betty ,,,,,,.r.... 78, 120, 167, Harter, Wanita ...,,,..........,,.. 86, 130 Goodrich, lames Frederick .... 85, 131 169, Harter, Russell ,.,.. ....,,.,.,...,..,...,,,. 5 3 Goodwin, Lewis ............ 118, 110, 78 Hall, lean ...,...,,,.,.,.....,.,,,,...........,..... 86 1-lartman, Bonnie .....,.... 53, 138, 108 Gordon, Oscar ...........,....,..,,. 78, 130 Hall, john William ....,,........,,,, 53, Hartshorn, Donald ..,,,,.,.....,,,.,...,..,. 54 Gorman, Carole ......,,.,.... 52, 138, 122, 116, 117, Hartshorn, Louise .,.,.,.............,,..... 100 132, 167, 168 Hall, Lou leanne ,,.,......................,... 86 Hathaway, Mary Lee ...... 54, 74, 107, GOrSuCh, William ...... 83, 116, 86, 147, Hall, Russell .,..,..............,.......,...,.,.... 94 108, 120 146, 154 Hall, William Howard .........,,......... 53 Hathaway, William .....,.......... 86, 131 Gouqh, Galdena .................... 85, 131 Hallisy, leanette ......,.,.....,.........,... 103 Hawk, Mr. Wendell ............,........,., 33 Graham, Norma ..,..................,........ 85 Hallisy, Robert ..,,,.,.,..... ...... 1 29, 78 Hawke, Miss Mildred ,....,.,.. 32, 122 Graham, Wallace Edwin ..,... 119, 85 Haluczik, jenny ..........., ......., 9 7, Hawkins, Robert Louis ........ 86, 146 Graves, Samuuel ....,.............,,...,.... 85 Haluczik, john .,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,1...,....,,, 78 Hay, lanice ,......,...,...,........,..... 78, 109 Gray, Richard ........................ 78, 132 Hammond, Alice lean ...,,..,.,.....,.. 97 Haycook, Russell .................... 78, 130 Greenlee, Dorothy .....,,................. 103 Hamilton, Mary Lorraine ,,,.,. 53, Hayes, loann .........,...,.. 115, 86, 169 Greenlee, Mary .....,........ 52, 74, 129 122, Haynes, Dale ........,, 118, 136 78, 131 Greenwald, Robert ...........,.,..........,. 94 Hanby, Elmer ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,....,,,,,...,......,.. Haynes, Freda Geraldine .....,,,.,...... 78 Grieser, Danial ...........,,. 107, 119, 85 Hand, Margaret ,.,, .,,,.,,.. H aynes, lames William .... 54, 74, 106, Griflilll, 1Ol'1l'l ....,,.. ....,.................. 1 00 Hand, Mary 10 ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 126, 108, 117, 137 Griqsby, Walter ..... ...,,,,,,,,..,.....,. 8 5 Hand, Patricia ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, H aynes, Ruby Frances ....,,,,.,.. 86, 125 Grimm, lames ..,,.......,.... ........... 5 3 Hannigan, Eugene ..,.... ,.....,,...,.,., 9 4 Haynes, Thomas ..............,.,.,. 119, 137 Grooms, Evelyn .................,,..,...,.... 94 Hanshue, Mr. Luther ..,.,r.,...... 34, Hays, William ..........,...,......... 136 78 Grooms, Marjorie Arlene ........ 85, 135 146, Hazen, Betty Leone ,....r.......,.,........ 136 GIOV6, Betty ................ 53, 132, 139 Harden, Bonnie lean ,,.,,.,,., 86, Hazleti, lohn .... 54, 110, 108, 112, 117 GFOVGS, lane ............,....................... 53 Harden, Gloria Ruth .,...,................ I-leatwole, Robert .......,.........,,...,..... 94 Gllflliieri, ESil'l9T ,... ........... 8 5, 135 Hare, Bernard .........,............,,........., 86 Heck, Edward ......................,........... 97 GuliCk, lohn ........ ........ 1 07, 85 Hare, Virqinia..53, 74, 114, 113, Heckelman, Mr. E. H. ..... ......,..... 1 02 Gunion, Virginia ....., ................ 1 03 Harris, Betty .....,.......,............,. 78, 1-leckelmann, William .......,., 119, 86 Guthrie, Albert .... ........ l 07, 85 Harris, Carolyn .,.... 112, 186, 134, Heckman, Lee ....................,............. 94 Giliridqe, Paul .......... ........... 8 6 Harris, lennie ,,.,.,,,,r.,.. 53, 74, lll, Heckman, Martha leanne ............ 115, Guifidqe, Virqiliia ...... ......... 8 6, 135 Harris, Nora Lee .......,..,,.,...........,.... 78 86, 125 NEWARK Qmlt Dry Clvmzzzzg and P7'C'.Y.?Illg' Srriwcr' BARGAIN SHOE STORE 25-27 South Park NEWARK, OHIO C0111pl1'H1r'11 fs Of THE BURKE GOLF COMPANY CALL 2710 CALLANDER CLEANING CO. Fourth and Church Drink . in Bottles COCA - COLA Bottling Works Phone 5049 Newark, Ohio One Hundred Seventy-Nine CRANE-KRIEG-FLORY Remember UNDER-GRAD when you're style scouting for Graduation lt 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 HUNDERGRADSH at Hermann's . . . you'll find them hard to equal and impossible to beat. I V XJ --'fat ' ff efse 1 E ' N 5 1 ,l LJ 'ZH le? f THE CLOTH I ER. ERMANN It he,. lt X 5 South Third Street COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Sponsored By Business Men SUMMER TERM OPENS TUNE 8 FALL TERM STARTS SEPT. 8 PHONE 2092 C0lIIf7II'IHFHfS of CRISS BROS. Cofzgraiulafions to Class of 1942 HARDWARE C01l1f7llll1U1IfS WlN CHESTER of GUNS AMMUNITION Roller Skates - Flashlights Lowe Brothers Hiqh Standard Paints Hundred Eighty RUSS HUPP H ED RAUCK 78 West Main Street Helphrey, Barbara Ann ,4.4.... ,.,.,,, 9 4 Hodge, Lois ........,,.. 113, 78, 120, 130 Howdeshell, Lona ,........,.,...,.,....,.,. 87 Henry, Gaylord ,,,,,,,,,,r,.,,,,, ,,..,,,, 1 03 Hoffer, Charlotte ,..,.. 78, 123, 167, 170 Howes, Ianice Kathryn..78, 123, 139, Henry, Pauline .....,......... ,....., 7 8 Hoffer, lean .,........................ 79, 170 167, 168 Henry, Olen ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,.,..... 5 4 Hoffman, Clifford A. ...........,., 126, 79 Howes, Wilma .....,.....,,.,.,.,,..,.,l...... 97 Henzy, Dorothy ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,... 94 Hoffman, Frederick ...,. ............,,. 7 9 Hoy, Robert Marshall .,,.,.,..,.. 87, 131 Henzy, Iulie Ann ,,,,,,,,,, 54, 74, 110, Hogue, William ........,.. .....,. 1 18, 79 Huber, Charles .,.,.,.,,...,., ,..........,.. 8 7 108, 120, 168, 169 Hohl, Martha ..,..., ......,.....1.. 8 6 Huber, Evelyn .,.,.,.. .,,..... 7 8, 139 Hershberger, Iohn ...,.,......,............. 103 Holland, lack ....... .....,........... 1 00 Huber, Mary ..,.. ............,, Hess, August ,.,,,,,,,,,, 54, 74, 106, 126, Holland, Ierry ......... .....,.,.. 9 7, 152 Huff, Charles .,............, ,,,,,..,,,,.,..,, 7 9 108, 117 Holler, Richard ....,,, ......,...... 1 00 Huffman George .....,,,.,,,,,,,,,., 87, 152 Hess, Donald ,..............,...... ,.119, 86 Holler, Shirley ,.... .............,....,, 1 03 Huffman Mrs. Mary L. .,.,. , ..,.,,,,... .33 Hiatt, George ..................,... ..86, 131 Holler, Walter .......................... 55, 126 Huffman Margaret ,...,.. ,....,.,.... 1 03 Hickerson, Miss Georgina .,............ 34 Hollister, Iune ................ 78, 109, 134 Huffman, Norma ......, .......,..,,,,,,, 7 8 Hickman, Robert .,.,........................ 97 Holman, Clarence .....,............ 136, 86 Huffman, Paul ......... .....,., 1 36, 79 Hideg, Betty .....,...,,. 136, 78, 120, 167, Holman, Clarence Theodore..112, 131 Huffman William ....... ,,.,,,,,,,,.., 8 7 169, 170 Holman, lohn ,.,...........i............,...... 100 Huggins, Donald .... ,.,.,.... 9 7 98 Higginbotham, Patricia .......... 86, 109 Holman, Ola .................................... 97 Huggins, Helen .....,.,............,,,,,,,,,, 98 Higgins, James .,.,................ 54, 117 Holmes, lames William ..,.,..... 119, 87 Hughes, Ethel ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,1, 79 Hightshoe, Erma ,... 54, 129, 134, 139 Holmok, Edward ....,..... 118, 79, 131, Hughes, 1ean..87, 125, 167, 169, 170 Hill, Mrs. Evelyn ..,.,,.,..................,, 28 161, 152 Hughes, Kenneth ,....,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, 79 Hill, Howard .....,., .......... .,.. 9 4 , 95 Holton, lohn .............................. 55, 132 Hughes, Robert Ellis .......,..,..,.,.,,,,, 79 Hill, Mildred ....................,.,............. 78 Honenberger, Betty ...... 115, 87, 125, Hughes, Robert Wi11iam..118, 127, 79 Hill, Robert .....,,.,,,.....1..... 54, 128, 117 167, 169, 170 Hukill, Thomas Ir. ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 100 Hills, Miss Blanche ..............,,....,..... 34 Honenberger, William Robert ...... 116, Hull, Charlotte ....,..,.,.,...............,.... 79 Hinger, Charles ................ 83, 86, 160 87, 146, 147 Hull, Mary ...,,. 55, 74, 108, 120, 169 Hinger, George ....,.,.,,..,.........1........, Hook, Henry .......,...... 55, 74, 106, 107, Humbert, Mary lo .... 111, 78, 109, 120 Hinger, Iuanita ................ 78, 167, 168, 126, 108, 117 Huumphrey, William .,,.................,. 79 169, 170 Horchler, Eleanor .......................... 103 Hunt, Richard Lionel .... 112, 87, 152 Hinger, Robert ..,.,............. 54, 114, 133 Horst, Gus .......,...............,...... 87, 131 Hunt, Rosalie ...,.,.,,,.,..,.,,.,,......... ,..79 Hinger, Willard ...,,,.....,..,...,............. 55 Horst, Oscar ......,... 55, 126, 108, 117 Hunter, Ralph ,......,...,,...,.....,............. 97 Hinton, Betty .... 55, 129, 167 169, 170 Horst, lohanna ...............,.,..,........... 103 Hupp, Betty Loreme ..,..... 136, 87, 125 Hitchcock, Robert ................,.,......... 86 Hoskinson, Reva ..,.,. 107, 78, 121, 109 Hupp, Mary Marjorie .,.,.................. 79 Hitchcock, Stanley .........,., ........., 7 9 Hosick, Miss Laura .............,.. 32, 74 Hurst, Neil ..,............,...... ........ 5 5, 130 Hite, Thomas ,.,...,.,.......,.. ........ 1 03 Hottinger, Bernice .......,.,...,.,.,........ 100 Hutson, Richard ...... .,............ 9 4 Hobbs, Harold .................... .....,. 9 4 Hottinger, Richard ................ 129, 79 lde, Margaret ,...... ,................ . ..55 Hobbs, Harold Franklin ...,. ....... 8 6 Houdeshell, Florence ........,.,. 55, 114 lden, Carey .......... ........,..... l 27 79 Hobbs, Harold Franklin .,.,.. ..,.... 8 6 House, Barton ....,,........,.,.,..,............ Idle, Betty ..,..,.....,....,,.,., 106, 79, 123 Hobbs, loseph .................... ....... 5 5 Howard, William .................... 94, 95 ldle, Otis William .......... 87, 109, 131 Hobbs, Norma .....,...,.....,. ....... 9 4 Howard, Mary Alice ...... 138 78, 120 Iler, Betty ........................ 78, 123, 135 WE SUGGEST ffllllllflltill PCIILY Calling Cards and SftIfl.0llUl'j' F OR GRADUATION GIFTS The EDMISTON'S BOOK STORE CO. EASTMAN KODAK DEALERS Kodaks, Supplies and Accessories EVANS' TWO DRUG STORES C0 ll1f7flIIlt'1l ts of EDWARD'S MARKET and DONEFF'S HOME BAKERY 45 South Second Street Phone 2927 For Bcficr Vision . . Doctor Ellsworth L. Tate OPTOMETRIST Phone 4362 31 N. Fourth Street Newark, Ohio One Hundred Eighty-Ono McDONNELL'S Shoe Store QUALITY SHOES FITTED BY EXPERTS 24 South Second St. - Eagle Building "EVERYTHING IN MUSIC" 0 Holton Baud I1zsz'1'r111zc11f1s O P 1'a1w.s' O R c'c'01'rf.v O Slzvvi i'll11.v1'r and rlt'CUs.w11t s Dowling Music Store 31 Arcade Phone 2996 W The DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudson Avenue O Takes this opportunity to congratulate the Graduates and assure you of our appreciation of your patronage FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO SUPPLY 'STORES Locust and Hudson Phone 2598 Congratulations to the Class ot l942 and Best Wishes For Future Happiness and Success The GIFT BOX 23 Arcade THELMA TINNEN Ono Hu d cl Eighty-Two Stn' 11' lfyllffl FZO'ZVt'l'.f HALBROOKS FLORISTS WE GROW OUR OWN FLOWERS Store Phone 3l7lel2 E. Church Street Greenhouse Ph. 5028e286 N. Cedar St. ,llczazbcr l7la1'1'.v1'x Tclcgraplz D611-'Z'CI'j' Ass001'at1'01z Compliments ot HAIVIBURGER INN IOS West Main Opposite High School Iler, Margaret ........ lrnhofi, Mr. Edwin .........l00 Jones Jones Robert McLain ............,......... 87 ' Dona1cl,.116, 127, 79, 146, 147 lnlow, Marqaret ...............,....,.,,...... 94 Jones Charles Francis ......,, 136, 87, Irish, Patrick ..,............. 106, 107, 118, 131 112, 136, 79 Jones, Darrel ................,, 128, 118, 79 Irwin, Alice .......,.,,..,........................ 79 Jones, Dick .............,...,,..,............,... 98 Jackson, Paul ,.,....... 116, 87, 146, 160 Jones Ellen Jeannette ,,.............,..,. 79 Jackson, Mr. Paul ..,....,.,...,..........., 145 Jones Elsie Jean ,....,...... 136, 87, 125 Jacobs, Janice .,.,.,.................. 97, 98 Jones Eileen Rosalie .....,..,,,... 56, 133 Jacobs, Richard William ...,.,.,,....... 87 Jones Faye .....,..,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.. 9 7, 98 Jamison, Robert ,.,........... 118, 79, 131 Jones Gloria .......... 100 Jauchius,Bertel1a .,.......,... 55, 74, 138, Jones 1-larold .,,.. ..,...,...,,,...., 9 7 112, 121 Jones Herbert ........ .......,. 5 6, 163 laynes, Clarence ..,.,,..,... 56, 132, 161 Jones James .,,.,,.,,,.,,. ,,,,.,1,1,11, 1 00 letters, HGTIY ........................ 118, 79 Jones, James Henry ,,,,,,,..1......,.,.,.,, 79 Jeffers, Mary Lou .......... 109, 110, 112, Jones, Lloyd .,--.4.4.A----A..,4A.A.A,A-------,vwv, Q7 78, 1211 131 Jones, Meriiyn ......,. 115, 87, 125, 130 Ieffrgysf Belly Grace ""'-"--"-'-""' 97 Jonse, Martha Louise .,., lll, 113, 78, J9ffl'19S, 1Nf1GfC9l1CI ....,...........,......... 103 121' 134' 130 Jenkins, Robert .,............ 118, 110, 128, 79, 109 lohn, Helen ...... 56, 74, 114, 113, 167, 168, 169, 170, 166 Johns, Eleanor ..,..................... 56, 114 ' . Iohnsi IO Am WW-M94 C0lIlf7lllllCIlf.Y Johns, Marjorie ,.................,.......,... '79 Johnson, Betty Eileen .,....,... 79, 123 Johnson, Colleen ....,....,. ...........,... 9 4 of Johnson, Genora .,...... ...,.... ,........,. 9 7 Johnson, Gerald ....,..,.,..............,...,. 94 Johnson, Geraldine .....,.... 87, 125, 134 I Johnson, Marjorie ...,..,..,................ 79 Johnson, Mary ...,....................,,....., 97 Johnson, Melvin .......... 118 127, 79 SHOE STORE Johnson, Raymond .....,........,.........,. 79 Johnson, Robert ...,.,...,... ,.............. 9 4 Johnson, Miss Ruth ............,,...... 32, 72 Jones, Betty ...............,. ,.,.,.... 7 9, 109 QUALITY MERCHANDISE Diamonds . . . Watches AT ECONOMY PRICES W. T. GRANT Co. Newark, Ohio Gutliph 6. Henderson Home for Funerals 2.21 59 North Fifth Street Jewelry HAYNES BROS. Established 1894 12 East Park Place, North A. P. HESS COMPANY Ez Ford Mercury 8 Lincoln Zephyr NEWARK, oH1o One Hundred Eiqhty-Three lones, Myrta ,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,...,,.,...,.... 8 7 King, Mary Louise ,..,.,.....,.,.....,......,, 87 Lammers, Ruth..11l, 126, 80, 123, 130 lones, Paul .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,............ 100 Kinney, Vernetta .,.,...,,.......,.., 78, 123 Lane, Lucille ..............,,.......... 80, 123 lones, Phyllis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 125, 134 Kinser, Thelma .,..,. 136, 78, 123, 137 Lang, lean Delores .,,,.. 136, 88, 124 lones, Robert Howard ,,,,,.,,,.,.,,..,,., 56 Kirk, Anna Mae ..,.............,...,...... H88 Lange, Richard ...... 57, 108, 136, 137, lones, Robert McLain ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,.,. 87 Kirk, Richard .................,....,. ..... 88 132, 130 Jones, Dr, Roland W, ,,,,,,,,,, 28, 145 Kirk, Donna ......... .. .....,.. 97 Lannan, Iames William ...........,. ....,79 lones, Rose Martha .,,,,,,,,...,... 115, 87 Kirk, lack ..,....,......., ........,, 8 3, 88 Lannan, lohn ...........,....... ......,... 8 8 Jones, Wanda ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.l 87, 125, 130 Kirk, Norma lean ,,.,... ........ 1 12, 130 Lannina, loseph .....,.... .....,..,. 9 7 Iones, Mr, Wendell ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 134, 135 Kisamore, loanne .,..., , .,,.. .97, 98 Larimore, luanita ..... ,....... 1 03 lury, leannette ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,.......... 94 KiSl1I'1qbSl'Y, NOITUC1 ..... ..... ..,. 1 0 3 Lavelle, William ..,..,. .......... 9 8 Jury, Townsend ,,,,,, 56, 108, 116, 117, Kistler, Norma lean ................., ...,78 Lavin, Miss Helen .,,..,,,. .....,... . 32 146, 147, 161 Kistler, Ruth ..,..,.............................. 56 Lavery, Alice .,..,...,....................... 100 Kaiser, Thelma ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,............. 78 Kitchen, Theodore .,.. 79, 147, 131, 161 Lavery, Kate Elizabeth ,,,,..,,.,,..,,,.... 87 Kaline, Lucille ,.,.,,.,., ..............,...... 9 7 Kovereq, Rose ..............,,..,....... 57, 122 Lawrence, Harriet .....,..., 80, 123, 131 Kane, William ,,,.,,,,.,,...,., ....... 7 9 Kramer, lacquuelyn .... 113, 87, 167, Lawrence, Robert .......... 57, 108, 117, Kanuckle, Iosephine ....,.. ....... 9 7 169, 170 154, 155 Kappes, lean Evelyn ..,... ....... 8 7 Kramer, Anne ,...,,...,...... 127, 80. 120 Lawrence, Selma Rae .,............,..... 79 Keaser, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,..,..,. 5 6 Kreager, Mary Ellen .... 110, 106, 80, Lawerence, Wilda Mary ,,,,,, 87, 124 Keaser, Mildred ,,,,..1,, .,.,. ,.,.,.... 9 4 121, 123 Lawson, Franklin ....,..................... 103 Keaser, Paul .,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,.,.,.. 8 7, 131 Kreager, Richard ............ 119, 136, 88 Layman, William Delbert ,...., 79, 161 Keith, Irwin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,.........., 103 Kreitler, Carolyn .,.,..,,................, .... 9 4 Lea, Lorenzo Bates..106, 107, 118, 79 Keck, Molly ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 112, 87, 125 Kreitler, lane .......... 80, 123, 135, 131 Leasure, Carol ,....,...,,....,.......... 97, 98 Keckley, Beryl Ann ,,,,, ,1l5, 136, 87 Kreitler, lean .,,.,..... 80, 123, 135, 131 Leasure, Robert .......,.....,....,,,...,,..,,,. 79 Keim, Lois ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,............,......,....., 78 Kreiq, Mrs. Sara ............,..... .32, 127 Lecky, Robert ..,,,,......... ....... 8 8, 133 Keim, Mary ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 15, 87 Kuhn, Charlotte Ellen ,.,,,,....,, 113, 87 Lee, Millard ..,..,.,,...,............... 57, 132 Keller, Betty lane ...,.,.. 56, 131 Kuppinqer, Carolyn .......... 57, 74, 122 Lee, William Harrison ..,,,............. H88 Keller, Mr, Walter ,,,,. ..,.,,.,......... 2 8 Kurtshalz, Mary Lou ............,..,..,..... 87 Lees, Frances ...............,..,..,.,,.,........, 79 Kelley, lack ,.,,,.,,,..... ................. 1 00 Kvintus, Elsie ,..........,.....,.................. 87 Leecly, loanne .............,....,,....,. 88, 135 Kelley, Raymond ,.,,.., ,,.56, 74, 132 Kyle, Calvin ..............,. .......,...., 1 03 LeFever, James Arthur ................... .79 Kelley, Robert ....,,.,..,....,..,...,....,...... 98 Lahley, Naomi .,..,,.................. 57, 114 Lehman, Martha ..,,........ 57, 108, 120 Kelley, William .,..............,............... 98 Lake, Arthur lulian ...................,.,.. Lentz, Dorothy .........,.....,....,...,....... 100 Kendrick, Vivian Mae..136, 87, 125, Lake, Donald .........,... ......... 8 0, 152 Lescallett, Carl ..,..............,.............. 88 134. 130 Lake, Geraldine .... .,............. 9 7 Lescody, Betty Helen ....., 57, 138, 122 Keyes, Franklin ,.,..... 56, 74, 126, 117 Lake, Herman ,.,,........... ....,..,, 7 9 Leslie, Hazel Marie .....,.,........ 80, 123 Keyes, Thomas . ,......,.,........,.... 119, 87 Lake, Letha .............,......... ......,,., l O0 Levinqston, Beatrice ..,,.. 57, 138, 114, Kibler, Thelma Lucille ........., 87, 131 Lamb, Miss Margaret ,..,..,....,.......... 33 122, 167, 169, 170 Kidd, Rosemary ...,.............,.. 87, 135 Lambert, Pauline Norma ........ 80, 123, Levingston, Orville .,...................... 100 Kime, Betty leanne ...... ,....... 8 7, 135 135 Lewis, Lester ......... .......... 8 8 THE HOLLAND FURNACE CO. Furnaces - Air Conditioners Stokers - Oil Burners CLEANING REPAIRING 44 South Second Street Phone 2976 "Tile Heart of the Future Home" Moolernize Your Plurnbina Protect Your Health O. D. HOLLAR AND SONS 62 West Church Street PLUMBING and HEATING Pllllllbllllg 111101Sl'Gj'S-St'l"Z'I-CC flzat pays One Hundred Eighty-Four HOLOPHANE COMPANY. INC. When in need ot the best in Paints and Wall Paper SEE HORNER'S NEWARK PAINT CO. Phone 3524 36 W. Church Street Lewis, Josephine ,.......,......,...,....,... 57 McClain, Lillian Louia ...,.,.,, ,.,.,,,A, 7 9 Lewis, lack Dennis .....,.,,. 57, 132, 130 McConnell, Eugene .,..,....,........,..... 94 Lieber, Betty lane ....,,,.,..,......,......,.,.. 88 McCreary, Miss Pauline ....,. 32, 120 Lieber, Rita ,,,,.,,.,..,,,,,. ....,.,.. 8 0 McCaulsky, Donald ..., 118, 116, 79, Lieser, Edward ..... .,........,.. 7 8 164, 130, 160 Liqhtle, Robert ,.,,l ........,,,..... 8 8 McCullough, Dorothy ....,,.,..,........... 88 Linn, David ...,.., .......,.. 5 7, 128 Virqil McCullough .........,,,..,.......,.,. 98 LiLnrl, Dorothy .....,. ...,..,....,... l 03 McCullough, William ...,............,,.... 97 Linn, Gloria ....... ,....,...,.,,,..,, 1 03 McDaniel, Mary Elizabeth f' ....,....,.., 80 Linn, Philip ...... ,.....,...,......,.,. 1 00 McDaniel, Sharon ......,,..............,.,. 103 Linten, Mary ..... ...,.,,..,i,..... 8 7, 124 McDonagh, Miss Thora .,,.,,,.,....... 96 Litten, Carol ....... .,,,,... 8 0, 133, 131 McDonald, Bonnie ,.........,.. ,.,.... 1 00 Littleton, Ross ..,.,...........,,,,..,.........., McDonald, Pearl ...,.....,,,,. .,.,,,,i, 5 8 Littleton, William ....,,,..,..,.......,,,..... 79 McElfresh, Fred .,..,. ,...,.... 8 8 Loar, Paul ,..,.....,...... 35, 88, 109, 152 McElfresh, Robert ..,.,..,.......,..,,........ 94 Logan, Charles ...........,..,...,..........,,. 88 McElroy, Marjorie ...,........,.,,,,,. 79, 135 Lonq, Mr. A. B ..,.,..........,... 25, 34, 145 McElroy, Wally Frederick ,.., 79, 152 Loos, Kathryn ,.,....... 58, 138, 114, 122, McFarland, Lester ...,....,.......,,,,,..r.. 97 131, 167 McFarland, Robert ......,.,...,,,,,,i,,,.,.. 79 Louqhmarl, Carl Donald ,.......... ....... 8 8 Louqhman, Claude .,.....,...........,.... 100 Love, Shirley ........ 111, 80, 121, 109 Lovell, Shirley ..............,.,,,....... 30, 123 Loy, William ............,...........,.........,. 94 Luby, Barbara ...... 88, 124, 134, 167 LAUNDRY co Lugar, Eleanor ....,..,......,.......,.......,,.. 94 Q Luge-nbeal, William ....,,,......... 112, 88 Luther, Bonnie .........,..,. .......,..... L-YHCEI ISYS ----.,..lV.i --.,.-li., 9 7 DRY CLEANING ync , a p ....,...,..,.,.. ....,,,.. MacPherson, Nancy .,.,... ..,,.,,,.. 9 4 McAfee, Billie Iayne ...... ,...,.... 8 0 McCafierty, Mary ..,...,.,......,,,...l...,.. 97 McCafterty, Charlene .........,..,....,.... 98 McCartney, Charles ...... 118, 113, 79, 109, 131 Pl'1OI'19 4045 McCartney, Ieanne ......,....,,......,.... 94 SPORT STYLE IIM'S PLACE SUITS Hats Cleaned and Blocked To Make Yourself Dressy Sl'1O9S shined and Attractive THE HUB G. B. HUNTER Typewriters 18 WEST MAIN STREET NEWARK, OHIO Compliments of lloY.A.L TYPEWlf1lTEl1ls - ' 1017135011 RENTALS SERVICE Lumber Co. Phone 3338 29 west M3111 Cl-AY UCK' OHIO One Hundred Eighty-Five McCaughy, Mrs. Edith .................... 34 Masters, Kenneth ....,.......... .,... M ills, Donald .,.,....,....,..,.,............ McGauqhy, Martha ...... 129, 80, 123 Mayberry, Doris lean ........,..., Mills, Wilbur ...,.,........,....,...... 103 McGinnis, Robert ....... 1 .................. 100 Meacham, Richard Allen ,,.... 58, Minor, Geraldine .... 59, 114, 113, Mcllyar, Dorothy lean ....,...........,..... 58 Meacham, Ruth ..................,, 80, 122 Mcllyar, Robert ..........,.,.,.,,.,.........,.. 88 Meckley, Robert ,.,... ................ , ., Minturn, Maxine .............,.,.,.... McKinnon, Hazel ...,., 127, 80, 109, 120 Meharry, Dorothy ......., ..... M itchell, Alice ............................. McLaughlin, Duane ...................,.... 80 Melick, Gerald Lee , ........ ........, M itchell, James ......................,... . McMi1len, Edwin ............................., 98 Mercer, Elmer Lloyd ..........., 79, Mitchell, Mildred .... 59, 108, 109, McMurray, Lola .............................. 94 Mercer, Richrad Charles ........ 88, 167 McVey, Frances ..,....,.,., 80, 123, 131 Messick, Eugene ...........,............. Mitchell, Wilbur ..,.,. 59, 110, 72, Mackenzie, Mary ...........,......,.....,... 94 Messick, Paul .......... 79, 147, 154 109 Maddux, Evelyn .................... 115, 88 Mike, Katherine .....,...... 88, 169, 170 Mix, Frances ..,...,...,.....,.,..,,.,... 80, Maddox, Iona Mae .....,..,...,...,,..,... 80 Miller, Betty .,.......... ........... 5 8, 170 Mix, Iohn Thompson ........ 57, 108, Maharg, Donald Eugene .........,...... Miller, William ......,. .............. 8 8 Mock, Russell Charles .....,...,.,.. Maharg, Helen Louise .................... 80 Miller, Carl .,..,,..,.......... ........ 1 00 Molnar, Gabe .............,.,.,,,,,,,.,....,. Maidel, Betty Iean..115, 112, 88, 124 Miller, Dalton Leon .....,. ,,...., M ontgomery, Charles Wesley i,,. . Main, Harold Clinton .........,.,.. 136, 88 Millre Donald ...,,,,,.........,.............. 80 88, Makris, Constance ....... .......... 1 00 Miller, Frances .......,...............,.,...... 58 Moody, Mrs. C, B. ............,.......... . Malloy, Eugene ....,... ................ 8 0 Miller, Howard ...,.. 119, 88, 160, 152 Moody, Howard .,,... 59, 128, 136, Malone, Vaughne .,.,.. ...,...,..,.,.... 1 61 Miller, Howard Robert .... 58, 108, 117 Moore, Eleanor ....,... 59, 72, 108, Maniace, Eleanora .............. 80, 168 Miller, Ruth .............,..................,.,... 59 109, Marietta, Robert ,,.,,......................... 88 Miller Iames Edward .................,.. 136 Moore, Evelyn Mae ...,............ 80, Markham, Charles .... 119, 112, 88, 152 Miller, lohn Ellmore .................,...,,. 88 Moore, Glenn .....,.....,.. ,.....,,,.. Marriott, Dorothy Louise ................ 79 Miller, lohn La Mont ,.....,..... 88, 160 Moore, lames ...,.,.,. ......,. Marshall, Ann ....,.,.,. 58, 74, 110, 106, Miller, lulia Ann ....,..........,.....,....., 103 Moore, lean ....................... ........ 109, 120 Miller, Kenneth Fredrick ...... 58, 130 Moore, Iohn .,...................,.,........., Martin, George ,,.............................. 97 Miller, Leo .........,............,.......,......... 97 Moore, Iosephine Lucille ....., 88, Martin, lean .....,....., 88, 124, 169, 170 Miller Leonard ..,.,..................... 97, 88 135, Martin, Martha .........................,...... 88 Miller, Lorraine ................ 88, 168, 169 Moore, Robert ,.................,...,.,.....,. Martin, Mary Io .............. 88, 124, 137 Miller, Marjorie ..,.,,........................ 100 Moore, Virginia .,....,..............,.... Martin, Susan..58, 74, 111, 121, 122, Miller, Paul Frederick .......... 118, 110, Moore, Willis ....,......... 60, 74, 128 130, 167, 168, 169, 170 106, 80, 109, 130 109, Martin, Virginia ....,.,,..,....,...... 97, 98 Miller, Pauline Maya ..,. 88, 124, 134 Moorman, Marydell ..,.,... 60, 167, Martin, Virginia M. ...... ....... 8 8, 124 Miller Richard ..........,..............,......., 58 170, Mason, Frances ,........................,...... 97 Miller Violet lean .......,.......,..,..,.... 79 Moran, Doris .,.....,.,. ..........., 1 34 Mason, John Charles ....,........, 88, 137 Miller, William .......,. ........ 8 8, 131 Moran, Maxine ........ ..,...... 8 0, Mason, Mary Irene ........,....... 88, 134 Milligan, Robert ...... ..,...... M oran, Stanton .......................,.,....,, 60 Mason, Norma lean ...................... 97 Millisor, Mr. Loyd ..,.,... .,.,..,. 3 3 Morriss, Alma .............,,.,......... 60, 134 Massalas, Helen ...... 58, 120, 109, 169 Mills, William ........,. .....,... M orriss, Mary.,112, 136, 137, 134, 89 Conzfvliuzcnzfs Compliments of S. S. IEE?-ESGE Loos Coal and CGMPANY Iunk Company Rear 134 East Locust Street Newark, Ohio Telephone 6442 Coflzplzinwzts of Conqfqtulgtigns to the class The of 1942 LIBERTY GRILL E. V. 29 Soul, Second MCCAIVIEN T One Hundred Eighty-Six , , Morrow, Walter ...... 60, 111, 129, 163 NiChO1S, Ruth ...,...........Y,........, 80, 131 Mossman, Donna .,1...,..,,.,.,....,.,.... 103 Niebarger, Norma ...,.,. ......,,,.,.,, 1 03 Mossman, Gloria Anne ,.......,.,,.... .. Noblick, Dorothy ............................ 100 Mount, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Nolan, Robert Glen ...............,.......... 61 Mulquin, Franklin ....,....... Mumrney, Richard ...,.....,,. Munkachy, Elmer .... 60, 74, 106, 108, 154 163 Norpell, Bradley Ferneau ...,,. 119, 89 Norpell, Cor1stance.,l06, 107, 109, 89 Norpell, Patricia ...,.. 61, 110, 108, 120 ' 100 116, 117 , Norris, Gerald ...,....,...,..,..........,... Murphy, Eldon .,.,....,...,.,,,.11,..,.,,,,,1, 79 Norris, Howard ,,.,.,..,...,.,......... 89, 131 Murphy, Robert ..........,,,, 60, 127, 163 Norris, Iune ,....,.... ..,...,. 1 12, 80, 120 Myer, Miss Florence ,,,..,.....,.. 34, 168 Norihey, lohn ....,,.. ........,..,.... 6 1, 72 Myer, Florence ..,.,. 60, 121, 109, 166 Northey, William .......,....,.,..,........,... 97 Myer, Iune ....,. 106, 127, 80 109, 120 Nourse, Harold ............,. 128, 118, 80 Myers, Dorothy .........,.......,....,..,....., 97 Nourse, Raymond..128, 118, 113, 80 Myers, Edythe .... 60, 74, 72, 114, 109, Nugent, Claire .....,,. 88, 135, 168, 169 122 Nugent, Florence ,.,....... 61, 133, 135 Myers, lrma ,......... 136, 80, 120, 123 Null, Iames Elwood ...,..,.........,......... 61 Myers, Lewis ......,.........,.,...,..,...i.... 103 Null, Richard Eugene .....,.,,......... 152 Myers, Margaret ..., 60, 108, 113, 120, Nunnelly, Ellen ....,..........,....,... 61, 133 109 Myers, Marjorie ............,... .......,..,. 9 7 Nash, Lena ..,...,...... ....,,...... 8 0 Nash, Ruth ............,..,. ,, .......... 103 Nedelcoff, Edward .....,,.,.,.,... 118, 79 Negele, lean Evelyn ..,..... .......... 1 36 Negele, Leroy ..............,,,... .,.......... 8 9 Nehls, Ioanna ,... 60, 74, 108, 120, 109 Neibarger, Audrey ,.., 60, 74, 114, 121 Neibarger, Eileen .........,,,,,, ...124, 89 . Neighbarger, Clifford .... 106, 111, 80, A 109, 133, 130 Neighbor. Betty --------------AA--' -.,---....-- 8 9 "The I'lafcv of Grvufvr Cure" Neighbor, Lola ,,,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Neighbor, Mary ..... ....,.,.. 9 7 Y Nethers, Norma ...,.,.......,.,,, .,...,,,,,,, 9 8 , Nethers, Pauline ,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 61 Newark: Ohlo Nichols, Evelyn ...... 80, 123, 134, 131 Phone Nichols, David .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 BALDWIN PIANOS ' RECQRDS 'EAST O PARK PLACE Quality Clothing and Everything Musical MCMICHAEL MUSIC STORE Furnishings 17 west church street Compliments Merrill R. Montgomery LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES of McKim Electrical Supply Company Paul K. lden 58 South Second phone 3326 130-133 North Cedar Street One Hundred Eighty-Seven Nunnelly, Lincoln ,,.,. Nutter, Julia .....,...... Nutter, Lawrence ..,,., Nye, Bernard .,,..,.... Nye, Charles ......... Oakleat, Ralph ............ .......80, 130 .,,,.,....61, Oatman, Robert .......... 118, 136 80 O'Brien, Mary ....,. 109, 124, 89, 168, 169, O'Brien, Paul..61, 126, 108, 117, O'Del1, Carl .......l.,..............,...........,, 80 Oder, Raymond .........,............ 97, 152 O'Conner, Virginia , ,,... Obbenbacher, Ray ..,... Offenbaker, Harold .... Oflenbaker, Robert ...... Ogelsby, Mary Ann ,,,,,... Ogle, Delores ................,..,,...., Ogle, Rose Marie ..,.,,. O'Neal, Mildred ...,....,,, 136, ...136, 81, 1 ...... Patten, Lillian ................,......... 137, 89 Price, Marjorie ,.,.,,,,,, 63, 74, 120, 109 Patton, Donald Perry ..............,,,..... 80 Price, Suzanne ,.,,,,.,.. 124, 135, 89, 130 Pease, lanice .................. ..,...... 1 00 Priest, Ella .r,,,r,,.,.r,. 80, 123, 167, 168, Peffers, lra ..,.,,..,.....,...,... ...,... 8 1 169, 170 Penick, Billie Grace ..,... ..,..,. 8 1 Priest, Clayton,.1l9, 112, 109, 89, 130 Penn, Thomas .........,.......... ....... 8 9 Priest, Frances ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,., 80 Peoples, Robert Herman ,,... ....... 8 1 Priest, Iohn ,,,,.,,.,,,..r,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62 Perdue, Richard ..........,..,..,.......,..... 94 Priest, Marie ,,,,,,,r,,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Peterson, Kenneth . ............... ,...,., . H100 Priest, Martha ..,.,... 62, 113, 122, 167, Piefier, Robert ...,,.., 61, 126, 108, 112, 168, 169, 170 117, 137 Priest, William .,,,,,.,,,,,,.,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Phillips, Howard ...... .,..,..,........... 1 00 Prior, William ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,161 Phillips, lames ...................,.....,,,....., 89 Pritchett, Lillian ,A.,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Phillips, William .............. 116, 89, 163 Pritchett, Mildred ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Piche, Eugene ..,,.....,.....,.,,.....,.,.,... 152 Provin, Iune ,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136, 124, 89 Pierce, Richard..61, 72, 108, 109, 117 Pryor, Betty ,,,,,,,.14r,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,1,,,,,,,,,,, 62 Piqq, Charles .....................,.,.......... 97 Pryor, Eugene..106, 119, 89, 130, 160 Pigg, George ..,......... 62, 74, 106, 108, Pugh, Miss Rosa ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32 136, 137 Queen, Philip ..,,,,,.,1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 00 Pinkerton, Phyllis Orr, Mr, Clifford ,,,, 34, 145, 154, Pipes, Winifred .....,..... .................. 9 7 Radcliffe, lerry .,..., ,.4A4,4,r,,,,,,, 9 7 Plaine, Madeline ,,....,.,.....,,............ 103 Radu, Amos ...,..... .,,,,,, 8 l, 152 Orr, Earle Vernon ,..,..,.,.,i...,..,. 81, Plants, Elsie Mae ...... 62, 74, 126, 115 Radu, Helen ..,,. ,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Orr, Oren .,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,...................... 80 Plants, Mildred .....,...................,,,.... 62 Radu, Mary ......,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, l 33 Orr, Richard ,,.,,..,,...,.,..,,,,,,... 100 152 Pletcher, Evelyn ...,....,..,...,,... 134, 89 Raikin, Miriam ,......,,,r,,,.,,,,,,,,, 81, 109 Owen, Sara ........ ,..,.... 6 1, 108 Pletcher, Ruth ....,........,...,,...,...,..... 103 Ralph, Benny .,...........,...,..,,..,,,..... 100 Oxley, Barbara ,..,., ,,,.,............... P lummer, Mildred Cates .............. 62 Ralph, George .,.,.. 62, 108, 109, 130 Oxley, Mark ,..,.,.,.. ..., ............. 8 0 Popham, Kenneth ..,.......,..,.........,.... 62 Rambo, lunior ..........,,,,,.,.,.,,,,.,,,,,.,.. 97 Padgett, Lorene ....,, ..,...,,.,.,..,.,,,. P orter, Caro1..136, 81, 109, 123, 130 Ramsey, Walter ..., ....,.l,,,.,,, 1 00 Page, Gail .,,,,..,,,,.,,.,,.,.......,... 89, Porter, lane ...,.,..,.,,.......... 115, 112, 88 Ranck, Martha ..,.., .,..,,.,.,,..,...,, 9 7 Palmer, Kathryn ,..,.,,..l,, 80, 109 Porter, Marjorie ..,,.......,.,........ 62, 137 Raney, William .... ,.,l,,,,, 6 2, 112 Palmer, Elizabeth ,.......,........... ,....... 8 0 Porter, Walter ............,...,,.......,,....... 97 Ranki,n David .,.. ,,,,,.., 9 4, 95 Palmer, Robert .....,,...............,......... 94 Pound, Homer ...,,,..., 118, 81, 133, 130 Rechel, Charles ..., ,,,....., l 19, 89 Parkison, Betty ..,,.....,.... 127, 81 123 Pound, William .....,..,.....................,. 89 Rector, Blanche ...... ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 8 l Parlet, Richard .,.,....,...........,.....,....... 81 Powell, Pauline ................,, ....,.... 1 00 Rector, Melvin ..... ...,..,.,.., 9 7 Parsons, Dora lean ,.,.,.....,,...,.,...... 97 Pratt, Roger ........,...,.,......................l 94 Rector, Shirley ...... ..,,,,,,, 8 l Passman, 1. T. ....,............,....,,,.....,... 35 Price, Bette ....................,..,...... 124, 89 Redman, lack ,.... ,..,,,,.,, l 00 Patrick, Ross ......,.,,........ 134, 89 131 Price, Dorothy ...... 124, 135, 89, 131 Redman, loseph ..,..... ...,,..l.......,. 1 00 Patterson, Richard .,...,,,,,...... 100 Price, Fern ..........,.......,.,......,............ 80 Redman, Wallace ..... ,..,....,, 8 9, 130 124 Quick, Dorothy . ...... .......,..89, 135 FOOD FOR THOUGHT ,When fine foods are sold 1VIURPHY'S will continue to sell them MURPHY FOOD MARKET Established 1886 GEORGE PFEFFER Clothier 44 North Third Street - Newark, Ohio One Hundred Eighty-Eight fl0llIf7lilllCII1S Of POUND'S FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 Everything in Insurance and Real Etate SERVICE C. D. Rankin Art Shepard Guy Hartshorn Rankin 6 Rankin, Inc. 16 Arcade Telephone 3700 Redman, Walter .... 63, 116, 117, 130, Rissler, Hazel Mae ..,.............,,....,... Russell, Earlene ...,...,,.., 124, 89, 167, 163, 161 Rizzo, Teresa ,.......................,. 63, 122 168, 169 Reese, Leontine ......... ..,...... 6 3, 122 Roach, lune ,.,1 63, 122, 133, 134, 130 Russell, lack ......,. ........... 1 00 Reese, Richard ........,., .............. 9 4 Roberts, Bert ...,.,.............,.,.....,........ 81 Russell, lack .,.... ..,,...... 6 4 Reid, Iames .,............,,,,... ,..,........ 1 00 Roberts, Elmo .,.....................,,....,..,. 81 Ruton, Evelyn .........,..............,....,.... 80 Reid, Thomas Howard .,,.....,. 63, 132 Robertson, Benjamin ...,., 89, 146, 152 Ryan, Elizabeth ...................,.,........ 100 Reinbeau, Thelma ......,................... 63 Robertson, Carl Daniel .,......,.........,. 82 Ryan, Fred ..,............. 64, 110, 72, 117 Render, Mary ........,..,... ....,.., 8 1, 135 Robertson, Henrietta ....,,, ........ 8 9 Ryan, Imogene ,........,...................... 80 Renner, Zella .......,. ,......,...... 9 4 Robertson, Robert ,.,.,.,,, ,...,..,,... 9 7 Sager, Mr. C. 1-I ...,.,..... ...,......... 3 3 Renzello, Daniel ....., ...........,....,.... 9 4 Robinson, Dolores ..,,,, ,..,,,,,.,... 1 00 Sager, Paul ..,........ ...,............. 8 1 Resta, Paul ............ .............. 6 3, 117 Rodeniser, Barbara .,.,,,,,,,,, 107, 81 Sanders, Iohn .....,. ,...... B 9, 131 Resta, Philip .....,,.........,. 119, 89, 131 Rodgers, Eugene ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., 97 Sands, Iosephine .... ,.........,......, 1 00 Ricciardo, loseph ......................,...,. 63 Rodgers, Norma lean ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Sanner, Elmer .,.........,.,......,..... 94, 95 Rice, Evelyn .........,,. ...................,. 8 1 Rogers, Cleo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, 123, 167 Sanners, Esther .....,...,,..,.. 115, 124, 89 Rice, lanice .....,...... . ,,,.,.. 81, 123 Rogers, Dorothy ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,, Saporito, Samuel ,....,.... . ,.,.,...........,,, 64 Rice, lacgueline ....., ,,.. ............,. 9 8 Rogers, Faye ,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Saultz, Clarissa Alberta ..,............... 64 Rice, Richard ......... ..,..,.,,............, l 00 Rogers, Russell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81 Saultz, Harold .....,,..,,........,.......... 103 Rice, Richard ............,..,.....,....,.,....... 94 Rogers, William Clement ,,,,,,,, 89, 131 Saultz, luanita .......,,,....,. 135, 89, 130 Richards, Helen .......,........ 124, 135, 89 Rogers, William Herbert ,,,,,,., 89, 131 Sau1tz,1oyce ........ ,....,,, .............. 1 0 0 Richards, Norma .,........,.,......... 97, 98 Rohan, Ianis ,,,,..,,...,,,,,.,,, 81, 131, 170 Saultz, Rubie ...... ..........,......... 8 1 Richards, William .....,.,..,,................ Rohan, Richard George ,,.,..,.,,,,,,,, 80 Saylor, Eugene ...,....,............. 103, 152 Richardson, lean .,.. 81, 109, 123, 131 Roof, Martha ....., 64, 74, 108, 120 122 Scales, leanne .,..........,.........,. 124, 89 Richardson, Robert Charles ,... 81, 130 Roof, Eugene ...,,...,. 64, 110, 108, 117 Schaller, George August..64, 117, 130 Richey, Carl ,,,,.,.,,,.,..,,.,.,,......,,,.,.,., 94 Rose, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Schaller, Iames ...,.........,........ 64, 117 Rico, William .,,.......,..,....,.....,. 63, 161 Rose, Eugene ,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,, 89 Schaus, Frederick .......,.. 118, 116, 81, Ridenbaugh, George ................,..,.... 63 Roseboom, Alice Mae .... 64, 114, 122, 163, 160 Ridenbaugh, Paul ,...,.,,.,,..,,......,,,,, 103 133, 135 Schenck, Rosanna ......,........... 124, 89 Ridenbaugh, Robert ...,..,.,... 103, 152 Rosebraugh, Iohn .......... 119, 89, 130 Schisler, Mrs. R. W. ...................... 35 Ridenour, Berton .................. 89, 131 Ross, Clara Bell ........,,,..,.,........,.,... 80 Schisler, lvaclel .............. 65, 108, 121, Riel, Charlotte Ellen ........ 63, 122, 133, Ross, lean ,...,............,.,,,.. 64, 108 121 122. 134 130, 167 Rosset, Anne ..,..,,.,, 112, 89, 167, 168, Schleiffer. Martina -.,---.-.......... 80, 137 Riffle, Sylvia Mae ....,,,..,,.,........,,,., 89 169' 170 Schleiffer, Ted ....... ....., 1 00 Riley, Mary .........,...,.,..,. 124, 89, 131 Rossell Martha ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 103 Schmitt, Albert ..... ........., 8 1 Rine, Dolly ,,.,.,,.,.......,,.,,,........,.,,,,.. 103 Roihsfegnl Bqmbam -,-,-- 64' 74' 108' Schmitt, Margaret .........,....,...........,. 94 Rine, Gladys ,,.....,..,.....,., ..,,... 6 3 120, 109 Schnell, lohn Ellis .....,............., 81, 130 Rine, Iames Edward ...,, ....... 8 9 Rowe, Bonnie .......,...,..........,..,...... 100 Schuler, Torraine ...,.. 126, 81, 120, 123 Rine, William .....,....... ....... 9 7 Rubel, George ......,,........ 136, 89, 130 Schwartz, Charles ..............,..,.. 118, 81 Rinehart, Iune ....... 80 Rupright, Phyllis .........,,......... 124 89 Scoles, William ........................,....... 97 R1LEY'S BAKERY 14 West Church Street HIGH GRADE PIES PASTRIES 61 CAKES Birthday Cakes Our Specialty Compliments oi the Phone 3906 SAFETY BRAKE SERVICE SCOTT'S Complete Home Furnishers E. Park Place SAWYER'S MARKET Good Food Is Good Health" 393 East Main Street One Hundred Eighty-Nine SCO11, Virqinia..65, 74, 110, 106, 108, Shrigley, Bonnie lean ,.,,,..,....,......, 81 Smith, Iohn Milton ,...... ....,.. 6 5, 117 120, 109, 167, 168, 169, 170 Shrigley, Marjorie Ann .,....,.,. 90, 135 Smith Iohn W. .,....,.. ........... 1 28 Seaman, Raymond ...,,,.,.,..,..., ........ 9 7 Shultz, Mollie lane ,.,.,,.,., 136, 80, 167 Smith, Mary ........, ........, 8 1 Sears, Dale ........,.,.... ..,..... ...... . . .100 Sidel, Walter ..,...,..........,...,.,....,....... 89 Smith, Neil ......,.... ......... . 94 Sears, Dale ..... .... ......... ........ 1 03 Siegel, Carol lean ,...,, 138, 113, 112, Smith, Miss Nell ....... 1....... . .32 Secrist, Marie ....,.,..,.............. .......,. 1 00 81, 109, 123, 131 Smith, Nina ........ .......1....... 1 00 Sedgwick, Roger ...,..,.,..... 81, 160, 152 Siegle, Iames ..............,............ ,...... 1 00 Smith, Ruth ..,..,.,, ........ 1 13, 81 Sedgwick, Ruth ...,................ ,....,.. . .94 Siegle, Patricia ..............,.............,. 100 Smith, Orville ..,............, .........., 1 00 Seesholtz, Karl ...,.,.. 65 116, 154, 155 Simpson, Aileen .,,., .,.......... 9 0, Smith, Ralph ,.,................ ......... 9 7 Seictel, Walter ............ ,.... ....l19 Simpson, Carl ,,,,..,,...,,...,1.. 65, 74, Smith, Richard Thomas ..,,...,. ...B2 Seiler, Sylvia .................................... 89 Simpson lacqueline ,.,. 113, 112, Smith, Robert Eugene ..,.....,....., ...80 Seiter, Patricia ..........,....... 89, 130, 91 81, 109, 120, Smith, Robertl ................. 66, 116, 147, Sergeant, William .......... 65, 72, 108, Simpson, Lillian Marie ...,..,.., 65, 146, 155, 161 109, 117 135 Smith, Robert Revere .................... 90 Selby, Mary ...,...., .....,,.......... 9 4 Simpson, Mary ..,..,,...........,..... 81, Smith, Velma .......... 66, 122, 139, 170 Seward, Harry ..... ..,...............,. 8 9 Simpson Ralph ..,.................,......... 100 Smith, Viola ,.,,...,..,... 66, 108, 136 121 Sessor, Charles ...... ,........ 1 03, 152 Simpson, Thelma lean .......... 81, Smith, Virginia Eileen .................... 80 Seufert, Eugene ,,,...,,................,... 103 169, Smith, William Donald ...... 65, 90, 163 Shannon, Darwin , .,.,..........,......,..... 89 Simms, Helen ,,.,,.,,., 112, 136, 89 Smith, Wilma .... 66, 129, 122, 133, 167 Shannon, Shirley Eileen .....,............ 80 Simross, William ....,......,...,............ 100 Smothers, Pauline ...... .................. 1 00 Shanton, David ............,............ .....90 St. Claire, Mr. H. C. ...... ........... S mucker, Sarah ...................... 89, 167 Shaw, Dolores ....,...............,..i 107, 89 Sissea, George .......... .1.....,. 1 03 Snedden, lean ........................ 90, 130 Shaw, Freda ..,...,.......,.............,....... 97 Sissea, Marie ......... ...,,....., 8 1 Snelling, Earl Dwight .... 66, 116, 155, Shaw, Mary .... 65, 114, 113, 122, 167 Skees, Rosalie ...... ............. 1 00 161 Shaw, Wesley .........,.,.,.,,.....,.,......... 65 Slatre, William .......,..., ,......,. 1 18, 81 Snelling, Wilma ......... .................... 5 5 Sherman, Mr. Edgar ....., 34, 145, 147 Slick, Martha Ann ....... ......... 9 0, 167 Snider, Carl .................................... 98 Shide, Helen .....,.......................,....,, 81 Smith, Anita ............ ....... 9 7, 98 Snider, William .............................. 100 Shields, Donald ...... 65, 128, 108, 130 Smith, Brice ....,...., ....,..., 1 00 Snoor, Eileen Thelma ,,.. 80, 123, 130 Shimel, Martha .............,., 65 135, 139 Smith, Carl ............. ............. 1 03 Snoor, Kenneth .............................. 66 Shinn, George ....,,. ...,........,...,, l 64 Smith, Mr. C. P. ...............,.... 32, Snoor, Mary Louise .......... 90, 124, 134 Shipp, Bonalee ...... .......... 9 7, 81 Smith, Carl William ....., ............... 9 0 Snyder, Albert ,..,...................... 118, 81 Shipp, Paul ...,.,......... ..............,... 1 30 Smith, Dello Mae ........ ........... 9 0 Snyder, Henry Robert ...................... 82 Shomaker, Leland ................,,.,.,.... 80 Smith, Dorinda ....,.. ......... S nydre, Iacqueline .......... 90, 124, 134 Shonebarger, Russell ...... 90, 133, 131 Smith, Edward A. .... .,,..,.,....... S nyder, Leland ,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,.,.,..., 82, 133 Shoults, Duane .......................,,....... 97 Smith, Evelyn ,.,...,,., ......,.. 9 0, Spangler, Virginia ,,,,, ,,,. 6 6, 129, 139 Shouults, Gail ...,..... ...............,.... 9 0 Smith, Mr. F. W. ...... .....,......... 3 3 Spencer, Shirley ,,,, 66, 72, 114, 121, Showman, Doris .....,. ...,,.., 1 00 Smith, Harold ................ ......., 9 7 109, 133, 169 Showman, Elsie ...,... ........,. 9 0 Smith, lohn Harvey ...... ........ 6 5 Sprague, Thelma Lilluth ....,..... 90, 130 SHOP SEARS' and SAVE P. SMITH SONS LUMBER CO. Established 1865 SU7'T'I.lIg I.ick1'1zg County OTTI' 77 Yecmnv BUILDING MATERIALS AND DEVOE PAINTS f 1 Phone 3736 L.O.L.P. ' One Hundred Ninety STAR DRY CLEANING AND TAILORING 49 East Main Street Phone 4353 IVf' satisfy flu' umsf f7CU'fl'C'1l,U'l' person Owner - Malcon Garapedian See Us For... WELDING AND MACHINE WORK Couzplrfc Stock of STANDARD AUTO PARTS SUPERIOR WELDING 6. MACHINE COMPANY 201-205 West Main Street Phone 2269 Springer, Vail ...,. .... . ..l00 Stockdale, Ronald ......... ....,....... 9 7 Taylor, loan .,.,..,..... 67, 72, 111, 108, Spurr, William .,... .... . -100 Stockdale, William .........,,..,.....,...... 67 120, 109 Stalling, Clifford .....,......,.,,..,.. ...,.l00 Stough, Bernard Otto .....,.,.. 136, Taylor, Thelma .........,.,,..........,.. 81 Stalling, Thelma ................,......, ...Bl Stoeckmann, Mr. George .............. Teagarden, Mary Ellen ........ 124, 135 Stanley, Evenes..66, 74, 114, 129, 109 Stough, Marjorie .................,.......... 91, 169, Starling, Linnie .....,...............,,.., ..100 Strader, Dorothy .,..............,. .....,... T eagarden, Virginia ........,,...... 97 98 Starling, Raymond ...,,...,. .... , .,....., 9 0 Strader, Harriet Virginia ,,........,,. Thomas, Miss Eunice .............,.. . Starret, Iohn Spencer .... 66, 117, 154, Strader, Ieanette ....,..,.......,......,. ..89 Tharp, Madelyn ....,.. ..,...,. 1 27, 81 155 Stradley, Mr. Edward ......,..,.......... 32 Thomas, Ioanne ..,.... ...,....,.., 9 0, 124 Stasel, Arnold ...,..,.............., 115, 147 Stradley, Kathleen ,... 67, 43, 74, 106, Thomas, Robert ..... .,.,.,......,.,..,,... l 03 Stasel, Norma ..,.,......,...,.,........ ..... 1 00 108, 137 Thomas, Zelner ...........,.... 90, 146, 160 Stauoh, lack Elsworth ....,. 112, 136, 90 Stradley, Norman ...,.. 67, 43, Thompson, Betty ...,,..........,,........ Stantfer, Marian ..,.....,,.........,.. 124, 89 108, Thompson, Catherine Frances... St, Clair, Mr. H. C ...,.....,.....,.,.,..,., .33 Strang, Robert .,..........,..... 119, Thompson, Emojean... ,...,....., .124 Steadman, lohn William .... ........... 9 0 Strattner, Louise ........,............ Thompson, Evelyn Eileen ...... 67, Steele, Elizabeth ...................... 115, 89 Stricklin, lane ...,.... ....,,.. 1 33 Steele, Mac Richard ................ 90, 131 Strickland, Paige ...... Thompson, Evelyn Wahneta ..... Steele, Samuella .............. 90, 124, 131 Styers, Ernstine ...................., Thompson, Hazel Marie ............. Steinbaugh, Mary Elinor ......,. 81, 109, Sullivan, Richard .............,... Thompson, lack ......,.. .. 120, 131 Suter, Norton ..,. 67, 110, 126, Thompson, Iames ....... .. Stephens, John ,,,.,,.......,.................. 52 Swain, Iames .... 126, 118, 81, Thompson, Ioseph .......,.,.. .. Steinman, Margie ,.,....... 113, 81, 139 Swank, Mr. I. W. .....,........... ..33 Thompson, Kenneth ,,............ ....... 9 7 Steinman, William .,,,........ ......... 1 61 Swartz, Charles ....,............... 131 Thompson, Richard Leroy .............. 68 Stevens, Betty ,,,,,,,,,, ............ 1 03 Swartz, lack .......,................... ..90 Thompson, Robert ...........,............ 103 Stevens, Betty ,,,,,,,,,.,.. ................. 9 4 Swartz, Paul Kenneth .... U80 Thompson, Ruth ...,............ ........., 9 7 Stevens, Bonnie Lee ,,,,.....,...... 90, 124 Swartz, Virginia Louise ,...... ..8l Thompson, William ...,... ............ l 00 Stevens, Donald ,,,,.,.....,.................. 90 Swern, Herbert ..,................... 117 Thompson, William ,.... ......., 6 8, 136 Stevens, Dorothy ,,,,.,.,.................... 67 Swick, Elizabeth .......,............. ..9l Thrapp, Charles ...... ...,................. 9 7 Stevens, Maxine ,,,, 67, 114, 113, 122, Swisher, Dora Frances .........,.. Tiebout, Mrs. ........, .................,.. . 167 Tabler, Billie lean .....,....,........ Tiebout, Robert .,,................,.. 118 Stevens Wilda ,.,,...,...... 90, 124, 135 Tait, Alice ................ 107, 112, Toothman, lohn ...........,.. 136, 90, Stewart, Goldie Eva ...,.................. 31 Tait, William ...,..,..............,..... Touvell, Dolores .... .......,.......... Stewart, lunior Alexander .............. 90 Tanner, Mona ,.... Touvell, Dwella ,..... .............. Stewart, Kenneth ,,..,...,...,.....' ..,..1. 9 7 Tate, luanita ,.................,,....... Touvell, Irene .......... ........ 6 8, Stewart, Patricia ,,,,,.,,,....... ...,... 9 7 Tate, William .......................... Touvell, Ernest ......................,...... Stiohter, Anna Maria ,,.,. ,.....,.. 1 33 Tavener, Norma Mildred ................ 67 Touvell, lack ................................. Stiohter, Marjorie ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,, 9 7 Tawney, Paul .,..............,..... ......... 9 0 Totten, Margaret Ann 1... 82, 135, Stockdale, Kenneth ,.... ....,.. 9 7 Taylor, Dale ..,.................... Townsend, Wiley ........................... AFQTQTQLQ? WEBB at WEBB and SPQRTING GQQDS Lumber and Builders' PRICED TO PLEASE Supplies We Service All Makes of Bicycles TRACEY'S Opposite Postoffice SIXTH AND WILSON PHONE 2926 Couzfvlinzrnfs of UNION ELECTRIC SHOP 38 South Third Street Phone 6077 HOTPOINT APPLIANCES C0llIf71lH1!'l1f.S' of F. W. WOOLWORTH One Hundred Ninety-One


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