Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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Seniors fn MUELLEPYS FLUORESCENT LIGHTINCS GIVE BEST RESULTS Cool -No-Glare - Comfortable The MUELLER STUDIC Clarence A. Trexel, Proprietor ade Telephone 2921 The Heveille Newark Seninr High Seheel Newark, llhiu N WW f f X eh X 1945 EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Dorothy Henzy Carl Leland Welsch VGLUME 35 WI-IITE'S STUDIOS ..,....,J !..,...,.. Q 1' 51 U: 1 1" W:- 5 S' xg -1 5 A Good Photograph is With you crlwcrys Phone 4465 For Appointments NEWARK I-HGH SCI-IOGL GREETINGS and BEST WISHES 2+ ze- xs- xn- Fiberglos Corporaf THE DGORWAY v RUE E EBSUN 'l' evement XV ho says the day of achievement is gone? ,TWas never more certainly here, The summons to Youth "Carry On! Carry On! VV as never so urgent and clear. Today calls for men self-reliant and true, Courageous, clear visioned and free- W7 ho fashion a program and carry it through VVhatever its problems may he. Today offers you greater honor and fame Than history ever has known, And uncounted millions will herald your name The moment your merit is shown. RCE EMERSON Newarkis Clothier Hats - Furnishings - Shoes Outfits from Head to Foot ll S. VVest Side Square UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYES OF MINERVA PqE1 OUR Abbott Shoe Company Adam's Confectionary Advocate Printing Company Airsman's Electric Company Alban, Sam Company, The Art, H. L., Ieweler Betty Gay Borden's Dairy and Ice Cream Co. Brucker Service Station Bucy, Everett Lumber Company Busy Bee Grill C. 5: B. News Callander Cleaning Company Candy Box, The Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Carroll, Iohn I., Department Store City Rapid Transit Lines College of Commerce Cornell Clothing Corner Pastry Shop Crane-Kreig-Flory Company Criss Brothers Dairy Bar, The Davis Dairy Dixie Coal Company ADVERTISERS Donefi's Home Bakery and Edward's Market Dowling Music Store Edmiston Book Store Company, The Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Fairfield Shoppe, The Gage Hat Shop Gift Box Grand Theater Green Bay Fur Company Gutliph and Henderson Halbrook Florists Haynes Brothers Heisey, A. H. Hermann, George Hess, A. P. Company Hollar, O. D. 6. Son Horner's Newark Paint Company Householder Hub, The Hull's Newark Wallpaper Hunter, G. B. King's Licking County Farm Bureau 5 !1,l Page Twelve X is OUR Licking Laundry Company, The Loos Coal G Iunk Company McCament Funeral Home McDonnell's Shoe Store Mackenzie Diamond Store, The Mauger's Sea Food Maybold's Shoe Store May-Fiebeger Company, The Montgomery, Merrill R. Mueller Studio Murphy Market Neumode Hosiery Shop Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Coca-Cola Bottling Company Newark Engraving Company, The Newark Fashion Newark Laundry Newark Telephone Company, The Ohio Fuel Gas Company, The Ohio Power Company, The Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Penney, I. C. Company Pfefier, George Pharis Tire QS Rubber Company ADVERTISERS Plaine's Clothing Pounds Flower Shop Rankin 5: Rankin, Inc. Reed Shoe Store Richardson Glass Service Riley's Bakery Rutledge Brothers Scott Furniture Company, The Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Smith Cleaning Company, The Star Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Star Markets Stewart Brothers and Alward Company Style Shop Superior Welding and Machine Co. Tate, E. L. Vogelmeier, Phil, Company, The Welsch Tire Shop Western Products White's Studio Wilson's Confectionary Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. 1 1 f-S l.. t-.Y in X H315 Page Thirteen Sig SCHOOL DAYS.. and all the other days of the year a City 'Rapid Transit bus will be passing your favorite corner down-town or across town. City Rapid Transit Lines, Inc GATHER 'ROUND lx 1: Q W -, -F fg-. ,13 1 : E un 4 WAMW HH ' Ili! Ill! ll!! mounts Congratulations and Thanks to the Class of 1945 EXCLUSIVELY S E B G E ANT'S Carlyle Irs. Doris Dodson Ir. Mary Muffet jr. Rae Mai' Jr. Laura Lee Jr. DRESSES Sportleigh Shagnioor Swansdown Woola1't Iaunty Ir. COATS and SUITS BUSINESS STAFF William Barrick Assistant Manager Mary Nees PeQQY Tait Patty Kornan Nancy Ferguson Phyllis Turner Barbara Simpson Donna Fish lerry Steinman Margie Frey Mary Lou Woltjen Esther Athan Shirley Guthrie Juanita Fluhart Cherie Warthen Monogene Benner Marjorie lones George Ankele Betty Hughes Mary Frances Boggs Bernadine Petrey Barbara Mackenzie Barbara Edmunds Mary Ellen Baison Norma Waddell Grace Lou Shaw Pat Walker Lou Ann Dowds The I Page Six teen REVEILLE STAFF Associate Editor ....... .............,.,......................................... ...----- l G CIHHGHG l UYY ASSISTANTS Marjorie lones Roger Pratt lames Siegel Richard Barrett Pauline lohnson PeQQY Tait Martha Rossel Mary lane Lewis ARTISTS Keith Farnsworth larnes Thompson Awanna Lou Powell Mary Kinney luoly Miller Alice Carlisle Helen Sissea PHOTOGRAPHERS Iarnes Siegel Roger Pratt ! 5 evmm LPAPER5TGR "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODSU UQ For better living in your post-war home LOOK TO ELECTRICITY! Am connmoulne if TELEVISION V rm muno pf nuonsscsur uenrme ,K noun roon stone: f nicnuc cooluuc f ELECTRIC wusn nsA'rlus ff Aurommc uuunnv f we 01-110 POWER Ca RA! lll""""' nik yw f we r- ' 1 rf? I w j A f 'N' . i N THE LATEST" rQJN'mI0X3 SRE 0 , , , 0 fx i , 7 0 1 f .4. Mid fCf'ZW"f .....,.. , ,M .,., E 'llzu .-:, 5 M-3 1.0 XH 5 r 'f-"""" STVZZ.-.flzitgligss-Z.. , 'WF THE CLOTH IER. 'The Siore where Qaaliiy and Service couni' Congratulations to Class of '45 B O R D E N ' S Dairy and Ice Cream Company FNMWD Corner Wfalnut and Third 4050 - PHONES - 4055 llontents Alfllninistration Classes Activities Sports FOREWORD 1n 1911 the first issue of the Revei11e Magazine was pubiished during the principa1ship of Mr. Oren 1. Barnes. The current issue of the Revei11e Annual, because of some irregu1arity in numbering during the pericd from 1911 to the present, is Vo1urne 35. Ac- cepting that volume nurnber as an anniversary nurn- ber, the Staff of the Revei11e Annuai ce1ebrates this cora1, or jade, anniversary by choosing as its theme the Past and the Present, or the Qld and the New, in recognition and appreciation of those intervening years from 1911 to the present. Minerva, who is fea- tured this year, syrnboiizes for the staff the ever-pres- ent deity who has stood in our ha11 and has watched the succeeding generations of students pass by through the 1ong corridors of Newark 1-1igh Schoo1 to fame, fortune, honor, and in many instances, the de- fense of our country. The Annua1 Staff of Newark Senior 1-figh Schoo1 presents to the student body, therefore, the Revei11e of nineteen hundred and forty-five with the hope that it wi11 prove a never-ending source of p1easure in the future years. ge Twenty-Two DEDICATION it OREN I. BARNES To Mr. Oren l. Barnes the Reveille of nineteen hundred and forty-five is respectfully dedicated. During the time that Mr. Barnes was principal of Newark Hiqh School, the first issue of the Beveille was printed. lt appeared in l9ll in the form of a magazine. Mr. Barnes obtained his B.S. de- gree from Ohio Wesleyan Univer- sity and did graduate work at Co- lumbia and Cornell Universities. After teaching for a time in Licking County school, he taught at the State Normal School at Mansfield, Pennsylvania, and was principal of the high school at Westchester, Pennsylvania. Returning to New- ark, Mr. Barnes, from l9ll to 1918, was principal of Newark High School and, from 1918 to 1933, held the office of Superintendent of New- ark Public Schools. For a time Mr. Barnes then taught biology. At the present time, however, he has classes in American history and business mathematics. X Page Twenty Three lN MEMGRIAM MRS. MARY HUFFMAN Mrs. Mary Huffman first became associated with Newark High School, as a teacher of commercial subjects, in 1913. Her mastery of the subjects she taught, her close acquaintance with office procedure as actually practiced, and her own personality enabled her to impart to her students knowledge and training that lifted them above the ordinary and caused them to be recognized as capable individuals in their particular field. lt was one of Mrs. l'luffman's great pleasure in life to help former students to positions of employment and advancement. Her untiring efforts and unquestioned loyalty have played a large part in helping make the commercial department of Newark High School recog- nized as one of the very best in the state of Ohio. The work she did so Well she leaves to us. Because of having worked with her and been privileged to know her, we shall do our work better. Page Twenty-Four GRADUATES WI-IC I-IAVE DIED IN SERVICE Murle Davis Class of 1937 Willard Hinger Class of 1942 loseph R. Painter Class of 1939 Albert F. Schmitt Class of 1943 William Stevens Class of 1938 Paul Sager Class of 1943 Iames Tiemann Class of 1938 Richard Pierce Class of 1942 William F. Bickel Class of 1941 Roger Sedgwick Class of 1943 William E. Murray Class of 1939 Dale R. LeBlanc Class of 1939 Eugene Griffith Class of 1939 Floyd Rusk Class of 1939 Thomas I-I. Reid Class of 1942 Paul F. Pyle Class of 1931 Herbert Bostwick Class of 1936 Mark Layman Class of 1939 This list ends of March 16, 1945. The staff again experienced some dif- ficulty in compiling this roll. lf any names have been omitted, the Annual staff regrets the omission and herewith offers its apologies. Mr. Boyd gave in- valuable aid to the staff during the compilation. Only graduates of the various classes were included here. Page Twenty-Five FACULTY HONOR ROLL ...... A v vu ,,., V - -Q1 ,.-. . Ens. Charles F. Gard Ens. Samuel E. Richardson Lt. Ci.q.7 C. E. Orr Lt. Walter E. Stuart Ens. I. S. Kirkpatrick Ens. Margaret Hutchinson Georqe D. Campbell, Mus. ZXC Ioseph W. Pound, S lfc Lester B. Cox, SpT. 3fc Page Twenty-Six Lt. 0.13.5 Leonard G. Wilhelm Lt, Col. I. Hobart Miller Capt. I. T. Passman 2nd Lt. George N. Nethers Maj. Iohn S. Lorr Lt. Stewart A. Cox Sqt. T. E. Dickerson Capt. Carroll E. Amos lst Lt. C. A. Groome I . V.. . Qif X 5. C V f --" n Pvt. Emerson Fishbauqh Page Twe-ntySeven l l . Page Twenty-Eight IN MEMQRIAM 1 PHIL PARLET December 21. 1927 September 16, 1944 At the threshold of manhood this life was snuffed out by fire. Burns which were fdtol were suffered cfs Phil tried to sove the property of his employer who had qreot confidence in him. He is missed by friends, cldssmdtes, cmd teachers. G 19414 Junsor - Semor VOTE Q? N as S? N N S Q Q S BOABD OE EDUCATION Seated-Mr. lohn Branscome, Dr. Roland W. lones, Mrs. Evelyn Hill. Standing-Mr. Stacy Conrad, Mr. S. M. Wolfe, Mr. P. B, Edwards, Mr. G. Weaver, Mr. Walter Deweese. The Board of Education, which is a group of prominent business men, is charged with the duty of taking care of the finances of the city's schools, of formulating all school policies, and of setting up their rules. The Superintendent is appointed by the Board, and he in turn appoints the teachers with the approval of the Board. The Board has continued this year to cooperate in every way with the war effort by participating in the National Defense Training Program. Page Thirty-Two Members of the Board of Educa- tion for the current year are as fol- lows: President, Dr. Boland W. lonesg Vice-President, Mr. Iohn Branscome, proprietor of the Dixie Coal Company: Mr. George Weaver, Sales Bepresentative of the Oil Well Supply: Mr. Stacy Conrad, owner of Conrad's Drug Storey Mr. S. M. Wolfe, owner of the Wolfe Tire Store. Mrs. Evelyn Hill is clerk and treasurer of the Board. Mr. Walter Deweese is attendance officer. SUPERINTENDENT P. B. EDWARDS B.S., Ohio State University MA., Ohio State University P g Th tyTh Pg Th tyF PRINCIPAL FREW C. BOYD BA., Ohio Wesleyan University MJ-X., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio State University and Columbia University VICE-PRINCIPAL GEORGE STOECKMANN AB., Denison University Th.B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary University ot illinois Graduate Work at University of Vfisconsin MA., Ohio State University Biology Pq Th tyF Page Thirty-Six F. W. SMITH M. A., Ohio State University B. S., Ohio State University Chemistry P. G. STEINBERGER B. S., Denison University Physics Practical Science Advanced Algebra l. W. SWANK Ph. B., Mount Union Wooster College Plane Geometry Trigonometry Solid Geometry College Algebra O. l. BARNES B. S., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Cornell University Columbia University Ohio Wesleyan University American History Business Mathematics LOYD G. MILLISOR Rochester Normal University Head of Commercial De- artment ypewriting Stenography Office Machines P T MAY S. MILLISOR Rochester Normal Univer- sity Typewriting DORIS M. OLPP B. S., Ohio State University B. S., Bus. Admr., Bliss Col- lege New York University University of Cincinnati Franklin University Bookkeeping School Treasurer A. C. SPANGLER B. C. S., Peoples College A. B., Ohio University Salesmanship Shorthand Office Machines l. S. MCCLEARY B. S., Wilmington College Commercial Law Bookkeeping RUTH H. STEVENS B. S., Kent State University M. A., Columbia University Home Economics Q u . , H f' - .T r-big, le' si Q t l CHARLES A. ECKERT B. S., Ohio State University M. A., Ohio State University Supervisor of Iunior cmd Senior-High Shops Printing Woodworking HAROLD OATMAN Vocational Machine Shop ROBERT CASH B. S., Indiana State Teachs ers College Graduate Work at Ohio State University Auto Mechanics ALVA V. ROBERTS B. S., Ohio University English Blueprint Reading Machine Science Machine Mathematics Organization and Man- agement Civics and American History A. B. LONG B. A., Denison University Ohio State University Purdue University Bradley Polytechnic University of Wisconsin Director of Physical Education Health FLORENCE MYER B. S., Michigan State Nor- mal Denison University University ot California M. A., Columbia University Physical Education and Health LUTHER HANSHUE B. S., Wittenberg College Ohio State University Football Coach MAXWELL DOUGLAS B. A., Denison University Ohio State University Basketball Coach me if , Z 1 ' we - . Q, ,gf 5 . I A , ,ag . . , .wif WZ ,7,1,al - H - - PAUL HARLOW B. T. GROBOWSKI A' gigrggo Wes1eY'm Uni' T, y B. S., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio Uni- Mechanical Drawing versity Pre-Flight Aeronautics Graduate Work at Qhjg Q State University - . ,ms 34 Graduate Work at Denison University ' H Basketball ., f Q Track 5' 4 ,X If ,. ,.., Q . Page Thirty-Seven '33 if af if X . , 3.-A Page Thirty-Eight SAM S. GELFER Institute of Applied Music New York Long Island Conservatory of Music Denison Conservatory of Music Orchestra CHAS. R. DOWLING, IR. Palace Theater, Columbus, Ohio Circle Theater, Indianapo- lis, Indiana Indiana Theater, Indianapo- lis, Indiana Ohio Theater, Columbus, Ohio Broad Theater, Columbus, Ohio WFBM Radio Staff Orchestra Hoagy Carmichael Band Band WENDELL M. IONES B. S., Ohio University New England Conservatory of Music Vocal Music BERTI-IA L. CRILLY A, B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State Unifer- sity College English XI College English XII General English XII Iournalism HELEN LAVIN Ph. B., University of Chi- cago Business English XI MILDRED A. HAWKE Ph.B., Denison University English X GORDON R. KINGERY A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University English X College English XI Reveille Annual PAULINE MCCREARY A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University French I English X Industrial English XI DOROTHY E. MYERS Diploma in Speech, Mus- kingum College A. B., Muskingum College Speech English X IOHN K. MCCREERY B. S., Ohio State University Senior Retailing Co-op Retailing I t C. P. SMITH A. B., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Ohio State University Latin X Latin XI-XII Debate SARAH S. KRIEG A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State Univer- Wells Collige ' sity German German II Spanish I Spanish II HELEN P. DORN B. S., Library Science, West- ern Reserve University B. S., M. A., Miami Uni- versity Librarian CHARLOTTE HARMAN B. S., Ohio State University Art LAURA E. HOSICK A. B., Denison University M. A., University ot Chicago American History Modern History FLORENCE E. BOYD B. S., Ohio University M. A. Ohio State University University of Wisconsin Modern History American History NELL L. SMITH B. S,, Ohio University Miami University World History American History EDWARD STRADLEY B. S., Muskingum College Ohio University Practical Mathematics Economic Geography MARY C. BAIRD B. S., Miami University M. A., Ohio State Univer- sity. Civics American History LOUADA M. MORGAN B. A., Muskingum College M. A. Ohio State Universit Y Steriography Economics MARY E. BARNES Secretary to Principal 'fp .. 6 tx 's . 'fi it fx A - ,... ' " I' Y f W' via if X Q 1 'X A 4 E235 4:4 ' .,,.,.. . Page Thirty-Nine ROSA A. PUGI-I EUNIOE THOMAS GEORGE W. BROWN QFW RETIRED TEACHERS ROSA A. PUGH Miss Rosa Pugh, one of the most popular teachers ever to teach in Newark, accepted the position as in- structor of history at Newark High School, in 1912. Having previously taught in Egypt, she was able to give much first-hand information concerning places and personages of the Near East. This fact was par- ticularly true in her popular course in Ancient History. Miss Pugh was adviser to the Student Council when she retired. Miss Pugh is now living at home with her sister, Miss Mabel Pugh, in North Fifth Street. EU NICE E. THOMAS Miss Eunice E. Thomas came to Newark High School from Lancaster, in l9l2, to assume the duties as teacher of English. Miss Thomas was also associated with the old Dramatics Club. She retired in 1942 but accepted a teaching position at Ohio Wesleyan University, Dela- ware, Ohio, where she is teaching English at the present time. G. W. BROWN Arriving at Newark High School in 1923, Mr. George W. Brown ac- cepted the position as teacher of mathematics. He remained at this post until 1942, and after nineteen years of successful teaching, he re- tired. Mr. Brown is now living on his farm in Cumberland, Ohio. Page Forty-One THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL P. T. A. Standing-Mrs. Fulkerson, Mr. Boyd. Seated-Mrs. Fatiq, Mrs. Carson, Mrs. Wintermute. OFFICERS OF THE YEAR President ....... ........... ....,...A.... ....... .............................. ...... First Vice-President ........... Second Vice-President ......,,., Secretary ...,....... Treasurer... The Newark High School Parent- Teachers Association held monthly meetings during the years of 1944 and l945. The P.T.A. was very ac- tive in helping to put over school levies and in student welfare work. lt contributed to the Newark Relay Association, to the Crippled Chil- dren's Association, and to the Christ- mas Seals Fund. This year, emphasis was placed Page Forty-Two ....Mrs. William Carson .Mr. Frew C, Boyd .........,Mrs. E. R. Wintermute Ray Fatig .........Mrs. W. F. Fulkerson more on the objects ot the P.T.A., which are to promote school wel- fare, to raise home-life standards, to secure adequate protection for chil- dren, to bring closer relations be- tween school and home, and to de- velop a common goal between edu- cators and the general public. The association this year has a membership of approximately three hundred persons. COURSES CF STUDY Science The science course is divided into four branches: chemistry, physics, bioloqY, and machine science. Biology, generally taken during the sophomore year, aims to increase a student's understanding of life of the world in which he lives and to teach him to adapt himself to his environ- ment. To develop scientific habits, which include exact observation, comparison of results obtained by experiment and observation, logical testing of the truth or falsity of gen- eralizations, accuracy, search for truth, open-mindness, and ack- nowledgment of law of cause and effect, is a primary concern of the course. Physics offers a detailed study of heat, light, and the mechanics of solids and liquids. Specifically, col- lege physics aims to teach the stu- dent to understand fundamental measurements, states of matter, mechanics and motion, the laws of machines, heat, sound, light, mag- netism and static electricity, electric currents, induced currents, electrical radiations, and other radiations, in- cluding cosmic rays, X-rays, and ra- dium rays. Practical science aims to ac- quaint students With principles of physics an dchemistry which under- ly the machines and materials which they use in daily Work. Chief con- cern is With consumer chemistry and consumer physics. Chemistry is a study of the com- position of matter and the changes which it undergoes. The course strives to develop an appreciation of the service of chemistry to the na- tion and imparts information of def- inite use in our daily home life. Machine science is a course which prepares students to advance in the machine trade, which helps them to develop interest in science as offered to the machine industry, which attempts to show the need and application of science in in- dustry, Which helps to give the stu- dents a command of science as used by industry in the machine trade, and which strives to develop an appreciation on the part of the student of the scientific facts upon which his trade is built. Mathematics The importance of mathematics is greater today than ever before. The science of mathematics is an es- sential factor in War and peace alike. The purpose of mathematics is to teach students to think clearly and logically in the solving of prac- tical problems. The course today includes ad- vanced algebra, college algebra, plane and solid geometry, and trig- onometry. Algebra is the branch of mathematics which treats of the re- lations and properties of quantity by means of letters and other symbols. Advanced algebra continues the study of this phase of mathematics Where beginning algebra ended. College algebra deals with shorter methods of solving algebraic prob- lems. It provides a basis for trigo- Page Forty-Three nometry, the highest form of mathe- matics taught in high school. Plane geometry is the basis of high school mathematics. lt deals mainly with figures of two dimen- sions, while solid geometry places emphasis on th r e e-dimensional figures. Trigonometry pertains to the relations between sides and an- gles of triangles. ln addition to the courses offered for college students, practical mathe- matics and business arithmetic are offered to students who are special- izing in the industrial and commer- cial courses respectively. These courses are set up with an eye to the practical application of mathe- matics to problems in the daily life of the ordinary individual. The ability to reason sensibly is a mark of an American citizen. Furth- ermore, he must have the ability to vote intelligently, and the most im- portant asset in voting is Clear and logical thinking. Such thinking is inculcated in the study of mathe- matics. Commercial Course Well trained business people are needed more than ever before. New- ark High School has a complete Commercial Course to offer any stu- dent interested in this field. This course consists of three year periods which enables a person to become more familiar with the business world. The sophomore receives basic training for the business world. ln- cluded in his curriculum are sales- m a n s h i p, economic geography, business mathematics, and English. The junior receives special train- ing in business English, bookkeep- ing typing, stenography, and com- mercial law. The senior specializes in ad- vanced work of the Commercial Course. This final preparation which the student receives equips him for the position he desires to ob- tain after graduation. When a student completes the Commercial Course, he is equipped with a fitting background for book- keeping, stenography, and sales- manship, which is required for the business world. A 4 Home Economics This year home economics is be- ing offered to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. lt differs from junior- high home economics in that it is carried over into the home where projects are correlated with class work. This prepares the girls more specifically for home economics as a vocation. Classes specialize in planning and preparing meals, in taking care of the home and of children, and in the matter of personal appearance. Care and making of clothing are also studied The war has made possible some opportunities for classes to get some first-hand experience. Students may help restaurants to prepare and serve meals. They may also pre- pare gifts for the Red Cross and for hospitals. Some of the girls are taking a Red Cross nutrition course for which they will receive regular certificates. Due to the fact that there are so many new materials on the market, the girls are making a study of cloth synthetically produced and of the possibilities concerning Page Forty-Four the use and care of these materials. The senior girls are studying First Aid in the home and are taking a course in home mechanics. Due to the shortage of labor, the knowledge of both of these subjects proves es- pecially valuable. - Industrial Arts and Vocational Education After boys complete an explora- tory course of Industrial Artsin the Newark junior high schools, they may elect the following courses in the senior high school: In the sophomore year, one se- mester of drawing is required of all tenth-grade students as a prerequis- ite to other courses offered during the junior and senior years. ln ad- dition, one semester in automotive and aircraft mechanics, drawing, electricity, printing, sheet metal, or woodworking may be elected dur- ing the sophomore year. In the eleventh year, boys may specialize and take advanced Work in the courses named above, or they may enter a two-year course in Smith-Hughes vocational machino shop and welding. This latter choico will permit them to devote one-halt day tthree hoursj in shop practice and the remainder of the school day in machine mathematics, related science, blueprint reading, and ap- plied English. The senior auto mechanics course consists of automotive and aircraft carburetion and ignition work, en- gine testing, radio and other instru- ment repair work. Mechanical Drawing is the study of the universal graphic language used in the industrial world. ln this course the student learns to visual- ize and think in three dimensions as well as to use and interpret the sym- bols of working drawings. Ad- vanced students solve and draw up solutions of problems pertaining to mechanics, machine shop, or wood- working. These drawings are used by the students in these areas in making and revising various equip- ment. Printing in the senior year in- cludes making the layout of jobs, composing the type and proper page make-up, proof reading and correct- ing errors, and presswork. Other phases of this field of study are stapling and other types of binding. Machine Woodworking or mill work in Wood involves the use of full-size power machinery. Produc- tion jobs are sometimes introduced when available. The advanced vocational machine shop course consists of many main- tenance jobs in equipment repair. The related subjects are advanced machine mathematics, machine sci- ence, shop organization and man- agement, and history and citizen- ship. Senior shop courses are planned to give students experience in lay- ing out work and developing the Page Forty-Five necessary skills to perform the job accurately in the least amount of time. More reference reading is re- quired during the senior year in order to obtain the necessary tech- nical information before entering upon full-time employment. With the equipment now avail- able in each area of the shop, pupils are able to gain complete experi- ence eauivalent to the type of work that will be expected of them in in- dustry. Physical Education Physical Education takes on an important meaning with the nation at war. lt has a vital part in the development of physically fit boys and girls. Twice a week pupils meet for physical education classes, and one out of every four periods is devoted to health and hygiene. The objectives of the physical edu- cation classes for boys are the de- velopment of strength, endurance, stamina, bodily co-ordination, good health habits, and the appreciation of exercise for recreation and amusement. This is accomplished by means of tactics, conditioning exercises, games, sports, apparatus Work, gymnastics, and command tactics. The objectives for physical educa- tion and health classes for girls are the development of strength, endur- ance, neuro-muscular skills, relaxa- tion, mental and emotional balance, social adjustments, and the develop- ment of attitudes toward better ways of living. The program of activity classes for girls includes formal ex- ercises, figure marching, dancing, games of high and low organization, tumbling, and self-testing activities. Intramural teams in various sports are organized for both boys and girls. Boys' sports include bas- ketball, volleyball, wrestling, box- ing, softball, and cross-country run- ning. Girls' sports include archery, basketball, badminton, hockey, soft- ball, and volleyball. Music The orchestra, under the super- vision of Mr. Sam Gelfer, plays the music of the masters with the aim of increasing the understanding and appreciation of the great composers, both living and dead, on the part of students. The orchestra meets Mon- day and Thursday for its musical activities. lt furnishes the music during the Thursday assembly pro- grams. A special aim is to increase the interest of the student body in good music. The band, under the direction of Mr. Charles Dowling, is very active during the year. lt meets three times a week and offers famous band music both new and old for its members to play and enjoy. Spe- cial attention is given music pre- sented at the annual spring concert. Music of the masters, both regular Page Forty-Six band compositions and transcrip- tions marches, and feature numbers are presented at this popular annual event. The band also furnishes music for football and basketball contests. Special formations and feature num- bers enliven football games While swing music and pep marches stim- ulate basketball fans. The Newark High School chorus, directed by Mr. Wendell jones, meets twice a week. This year, for the first time, the chorus has boys enrolled. .At these weekly sessions vocal compositions by old and mod- ern composers are sung with em- phasis being placed upon interpre- tation and appreciation. Several programs are offered throughout the school year in addition to appear- ances before groups outside the school. English English is offered to all students of Newark High School and is re- quired of sophomores and juniors. Seniors may elect College Prepara- tory English or General English. Sophomore English consists of composition, looth written and oral, grammar, and literature, both Eng- lish and American. Work in litera- ture during the year concerns the short story, a Shakespearian play, poetry, the essay, and the novel. College English in the eleventh year continues the study of compo- sition and literature. The literature course of study includes the read- ing of a long poem, a novel, a play of Shakespeare, and the writings of American authors. During the senior year, the works of famous English authors are studied in College English. Seniors are required to write two long pa- pers, one a book review. General English includes oral and written compositions, in addition to modern literature, both American and Eng- lish. Industrial English, junior and sen- ior, is offered students interested in vocational guidance. ln this study pupils receive training in spelling, in composition, and in the understand- ing of reading matter of the vocation- al type. Business English is taken during the junior year by commercial stu- dents. This course stresses English usage, letter writing, and American literature. The speech course of Newark High School includes practice in both platform behavior and public speak- ing. Some time is spent in the in- terpretation of poetry and characters as well as the study of dramatic arts and techniques. Principles of make-up, scene construction, light- ing, and the other elements of play production are combined to give the course a Well-rounded program. Iuniors and seniors are also given an opportunity to take journalism. This entitles them to take part in Page Forty Seven writing for the weekly school paper and assists them in learning to read the newspaper and to develop a vocabulary. AN The course of study in Art is planned to help the art student de- velop according to his own ability and willingness. He can find pleas- ure in this art expression Whether he is the beginner or the more ad- vanced student, because the pos- sible activities are unlimited. Free hand drawing is an interest- ing and fundamental art study, for it deals with observation or organ- ized version. Subject matter for this activity may be still life, figure, and landscape. Various mediums, such as chalk, charcoal, crayon, and pen- cil, are used. Understanding the principles of design is another important phase of the art course, not only as pure decoration, but also as basic or- ganization of an art product. Here the student works from memory and imagination as well as from life. Not only does the art student work in second dimension, but also he has an excellent opportunity to ex- press himself in the third dimension. Clay is one of the best mediums for this. The student learns the possi- bilities and limitations of this ma- terial and the proper use of tools. All the time he is urged to remember the importance of making the art product express his own individual- ity. Whatever the student chooses to study-whether it be fashion illus- tration, lettering, Cartooning, dress designing, portrait drawing, cera- mics, leathercraft, or painting-he will find that in learning the tech- nique of various mediums and util- izing the principles of design in cre- ating an art product he will be con- fronted by a strong mental challenge and a need for developing manual skill. Languages t A primary objective in the teach- ing of the earlier courses of modern languages is the development of the ability to read simple prose, to pro- nounce intelligibly, to understand aurally, to use language orally with- in the limits of the pupils' classroom experience, to write the language within the limits of the pupils' ac- tive vocabulary, and to gain an un- derstanding of foreign peoples and their civilization, which will contri- bute to the creation of an intelligent citizenship and to an enlightened public opinion in international af- fairs-so vital at the present time. The later courses in modern lang- uage emphasize and extend these aims and give special attention to the development of a rich literary and cultural background. The many benefits derived from the study of Latin include the fol- Page Forty-Eight lowing: a more comprehensive un- derstanding of the English language, the ability to think in logical pat- terns and to express these thoughts in correct English, the ability to com- prehend the contributions of the race over a long period of time, the opportunity to have a broader un- derstanding of peoples other than Americans, and to secure a knowl- edge of the social institutions and problems of an earlier age, which, by contrast, may lead to a proper appraisal of the present. To meet these aims Newark Sen- ior High School is, this year, offer- ing the following courses in foreign languages: Latin X-stories in myth- ologY and Roman history, and Caesar's Gallic Wars with especial correlation with the first and second World Wars: Latin XI-Third Year Latin, to a combined class of juniors and seniors: two years of French, German, and Spanish. Socal Science The social sciences form a group of very important subjects offered in the high school today. This group of subjects gives students a back- ground which enables them to un- derstand their country and its cur- rent problems. History is offered in the sophomore and junior years and includes the events of ancient times, the study of medieval history, the tracing of modern progress, and the discussion of current problems. Gen- eral history presents a brief survey of man's progress from earliest times to the present. Modern Euro- pean history concerns the events in European countries from the advent of modern times to the present. These courses serve as background studies for American history. His- tory of the United States, which is offered during the junior year, traces the parade of events from the discovery period to the present era. An important item also included in the history curriculum is the week- ly discussion of current events. Other subjects offered in the so- cial-science group are civics, eco- nomics, economic geography, and sociology. Civics deals with the organization and function of the gov- ernment of the United States. Eco- nomics concerns the problems in earning a living. Each of these are semester courses which are com- pulsory studies for seniors. Eco- nomic geography deals with the im- ports and exports of the United States and of other countries. The products distributed by the various countries and items related to the growth and distribution of these pro- ducts are considered. Sociology deals with the sociological prob- lems of society in the United States today. Page Forty-Nine S 5 it 1944 Prize Awards ' it Outstanding claimant ot awards at the annual commencement exer- cises held in the First Methodist Church on lune 1, 1944, was Sarah Fleek Smucker. She received the William E. and Annie S. Miller Prize, which is an award of twenty-tive dol- lars given the student having the highest average in four years ot Col- lege English. ln addition, she won the French prize which is given the student having the highest French average for two years. Further, she received the Latin medal, awarded by Zeta Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, the Classical Honorary Society of Denison University. This prize is pre- sented to the student 'having the highest average for tour years of Latin. The Harvard History Prize, which is awarded the boy attaining the highest marks in history, was re- ceived by William Ellsworth Brooks. Mary lo Martin received the Theo- dore Roosevelt History Prize, award- ed to the girl earning the highest marks in history. A memorial award for the boy or girl who is the most outstanding in journalism, given in honor ot Leland Baxter, Ir., was received by Augus- tine Ioseph Deering and Patricia Ieanne Seiter. ln order to receive this award, the student must have been enrolled in journalism in his lunior and Senior years, must have had at least an average rating in other subjects, and must have com- pleted the college preparatory course. Page Fifty-Two The Commercial Award was qiv- en- Betty Lorene Hupp for excellent work done in the commercial course. The winner is always judged accord- ing to his adaptability for a lite career in business, his application, and his grades during the three years of high school. Esther Lois Bland and Roger Edgar Gaumer received th e National Forensic League Award-an award given to students who receive at least one hundred and fifty points in debating. The Soroptimist Club Award, a prize comprising twenty-five dollars and a gold pin, went to Marjorie Marie Woodyard, who was selected the outstanding all-round girl. For outstanding dramatic ability, Edward Bennett Ewald received the Florence King Trophy. Paul Logan jackson and Albert Kenton Campbell each received the Athletic Award, which is presented every year to the male graduate with the best athletic record. A new award, the World War 11 Victory Prize in Citizenship-based upon school citizenship, community citizenship, patriotism, and scholar- ship-was awarded Virginia Ellen English and Augustine joseph Deer- ing. This award comprises a twen- ty-tive dollar war bond for each win- ner and is to be continued during the present conflict. Finally, the coveted Harvard Cup -a prize encouraging attendance at Harvard University and given to the best all-round boy-was presented to William loseph Bline. TREASURER SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Meade Gardner "Bob" Tap Man Annual Annoyance- Keeping tab on various women in various villages Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Reveille Staff '44-'45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Class Offices President '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '43-'44 Reserve Basketball '43 Varsity Basketball '44-'45 Varsity Football '44-'45 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 William Carl Priest "Bill" The Wonder' Mun Annual Annoyance- Looking at Bob Gardner's zoot clothes Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Reserve Basketball '43 Varsity Basketball '44-'45 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Class Office Vice-President '45 VICE-PRESIDENT Dorothy Ieanne Wintrinqham "Dotsy" Sinre You Went Away Annual Annoyance - Me and My Buddy Library Club '43 College Club '45 Glee Club '43-'44 G. Y. A. Vice-President '45 Masque and Gavel '45 Home Room Office Treasurer '45 Business Staff '44 SECRETARY Dorothy Maxine Berry "Punkin" True la Life Annual Annoyance-Bae ketball season tl-li, Leftyj Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Girls' Archery '44 Home Room Offices Treasurer '43 Secretary '44 Band'43 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44- '45 girls' Volleyball '43-'44- Hockey '45 PRESIDENT Page Fifty-Three Page Fifty-Four Marion Yvonne Abbott "Vonne" Lwl Angel Annual Annoyance--That always helps College Club '45 Girl Reserves '45 Somerset Public Schools F.H.A., Vice-President '43 lunior Class Play '43, '44 Glee Club '43 George Louis Ankele "George" Till We Meel Again Annual Annoyancce-Gig gling girls Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '43 College Club '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Business Staff '44-'45 Marjorie Ann Attlee "Annie" Compirutor Annual Annoyance-Peo' ple with "nose trouble" Student Council '45 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 Secretary '45 G, Y, A. '45 Scribblers '44-'45 William Franklin Azbell "Bill" In Name Only Annual Annoyance-Trp ing to keep Giblin out of trouble Science Club '45 College Club '45 Boys' Baseball '43-'44 Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Intramural Basketball '43- '44-'45 Martha lane Backenstos "Janie" Blonde Trouble Annual Annoyance!-"Tis the Pest" fl-li, Bobl Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '44-'45 Home Room Officers '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43-'44- '45 Girls' Volley Ball '43-'44- '45 Hockey '43 Ronald Kenneth Barclay "Ronney" Beiweelz Two W0rld,r Annual Annoyance-Pea ple who don't like the way I drive Salesmanship Club '43 Mary Alice Barrett HUZH Standing Room Only Annual Annoyance-My little helpers tMelva and lol Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Room Agent '44-'45 Home Room Offices Secretary '43 Treasurer '44 Vice-President '45 A Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Hockey '43 Marilyn Venice Barstow ,,Red,, True to Life Annual Annoyance-Pea ple calling me Red College Club '45 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Hockey '43 Martha Bates "Bats" Old Arquuinmzlfe Annual Annoyance-Pass ing her spelling College Club '45 Verna Louise Baughman The Gangif All Here "Shorty" Girl Reserves '45 Annual Annoyance-Sw spension of letters from Italy Glee Club '42-'43 Room Agent '44-'45 Retail Selling '44-'45 Carol Marie Bebout "Shorty" Gangway for Tomorrow Annual Annoyance - Waiting for the week- ends Girl Reserves '43 Band '43 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44- '45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '45 Alice Arlene Beeney "Blondie" Tbif If lbe Life Annual Annoyance - Snakes and a few bugs Donald Neil Bennett "Cury" Myrtery Mari Annual Annoyance-Too many hours with "Big Al"? lack Herman Bertsch "Herman" The Man Who Came la Dinner Annual Annoyance- Work Debate '43-'44-'45 Dramatic Club '43 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 Vice-President '45 lunior Hi-Y '44 Honor Society '45 Benton Delmar Betz "Poogey-Basil" Happy Land Annual Annoyance - English teachers Retail Selling '44-'45 Florence Bibart "Baby" For Whnnl the Bell Tollr Annual Annoyance - Spending Friday after- noon in school Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 Frederick Bernard Bline "Fred" Thir Ir the Life Annual Annoyance - Monday morning-Fri- day afternoon Boys' Baseball '44-'45 Intramural Basketball '44 Varsity Football Manager '43-'44-'45 Wilfred Oatly Bowers "Little Fellow" Only Angelf Have Wing,f Annual Annoyance-No A's-no nothin' Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Room Agent '43 lunior Hi'Y '44 Donald Wilkin Boyd ,Donn Chip Off the Old Blarh Annual Annoyance-Ma squitos Student Council '43-'44-'45 President '45 Honor Society '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Treasurer '45 Home Room Offices President '44 Band '43-'44-'45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Intramural Basketball '44 Reserve Basketball Manager '43-'44 Iunior Class Vi:c-Presi- dent '44 lohn Frederick Bozman "Boz" Myxlery Man Annual Annoyance - Hearing "Eruck" gripe about putting your feet upon the upholstery Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '44 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Vice-President Home Room Offices Vice-President '43-'44 Band '43-'44-'45 lunior Hi-Y '44 Reserve Basketball Manager '43-'44 Varsity Basketball Manager '45 Track Squad Manager '44 lohn Dryden Bracken "Iohn" The Drifter Annual Annoyancee Homework Science Club '44 Senior Hi-Y '45 Room Agents '45 Ruth Irene Braddock "Ruthie" FleJh and Fanfary Annual Annoy,xncofPeo- who always read my let- ters tHi, Carpj Girls' Volleyball '45 Ruth Marie Brown "Ruthie" Dugnr of Glory Annual Anuoyance-.Are you kiddin', Sweetheart? Room Agent '43 Band '44-'45 Iefferson High School Band '43 Clarence Eugene Brucker "Clary" They Drire by Night Annual Annoyance- People who can't keep their feet off the uphol- stery Sophomore I-Ii-Y '43 Science Club '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Offices President '45 Iunior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '44 f '45 Reserve Football '43 Tennis '45 Page Fifty-Five 1? Page Fifty-Six Marjorie Narcissa Buckingham "Rusty" Ball of Fire Annual AnnoyanceA Waiting tor the male man Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Retail Selling '44-'45 Ioe Wilson Burnley "Duke" Here We Are Again Annual Annoyance- Girls Debate '43 Harry Ellsworth Burton "Burt" The Girl in the Care Annual Annoyance- Teachers who make as- signments over week- ends Senior Hi-Y '45 Sophomore Hi'Y '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Treasurer Retail Selling '44-'45 Irma lane Busby "Pigeon" and "Fly" Bright Eyer Annual AnnoyancefNo College Club '45 Secretary Glee Club '43 Honor Society '45 Vice-President G. Y. A. '44-'45 Band '44"45 Orchestra '43-'44A'45 Claribel Bush "Vickie" Hard to Handle Annual Annoyance-I'm in the Middle of Nowhfre Student Council '43-'44-'45 Secretary '45 Debate '43-'44-'45 Library Club '44 Honor Society '45 Masque and Gavel '44 Scribblers '44-'45 Editor '44 President '45 Doris Pauline Carpenter Upmu We Shall Meet Again Annual Annoyancee- Gumdrop fHi! Iackll Band '43-'44-'45 Honor Society '45 Ruth Evelyn Carpenter Hcqrpn Men and Her Mind Annual Annoyanceg Reading R. B. letters tHi, Ruthiell Glee Club '43 Mimeograph Stati '44 Girl Reserves '44 Room Agent '43-'44 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Secretary '43 Home Room Offices lane Bruce Carver "Ianie" Kenlufhy Annual Annoyance- People borrowing typing paper fHi, Carpl Hopkinsville High School Spanish Club '44 Mimeograoh Staff '44 Tiger Staff '44 'Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Ruth Dolores Cheetham "Dolores" Smilin' Through Glee Club '44 New Straitsville High School Band '43 Glee Club '43 Charles Wayne Chrisman "Chris" 48 Hourx Annual Annoyance- Waiting on Dick Perdue Home Room Offices President '44 Martha Ann Chrisman "Annie" And the Angel: Sing Annual Annoyance- Keeping track of Marcie and Ioyce in the big city Glee Club '43-'44 Mimeograph '45 Girl Reserves '43 Home Room Offices President '43-'45 Bennie Lee Coleman "Big Ben" Burk Benny Rider Again Annual Annoyance- People who call me "Benjamin" Intramural Basketball '43 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Virginia Catherine Colling "Ginny" Hi Diddle Diddle Annual Annoyance-- Waiting tor the mailman West High School Home Room Offices Treasurer '44 Kenneth Wilson Colman "Casey" Dortw' lekyll and Mr. Hyde' Annual Annoyance-Too much to do and no time to do it Student Council '44-'45 Debate '43-'44A'45 Captain '44-'45 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 President '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Offices President '43 Room Agent '43-'44 Iunior Hi-Y '44 President Boys' Tennis '45 Intramural Basketball '44 Homer Paris Comislord ,,Bud,. Q an Puri: After Dark ,- Annual Annoyance- 1, "Oh, Homer!" IHi, Nor- mal Intramural Basketball '43-'44 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Helen Louise Conner "Pee Wee" Once Upon a Time Annual Annoyance-Kids calling me "Pee Wee" Library Club '44 Glee Club '43-'44 Mimeograph Staff '45 Honor Society '45 Edward Thomas Cook "Cookie" Born to Danre Annual Annoyance-Pub- lic Speaking Boys' Basketball '43 Intramural Basketball '43 Reserve Basketball '43 ' Varsity Football '43-'44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44 Emily lean Cook "Cookie" Age of lnnorenre Annual Annoyance-Haw ing hideous homework hinder my happiness Girl Reserves '45 Lloyd Noel Cook "Cookie" jmerbug Jamboree Band '43 Anna Margaret Cramer "Margie" Northern Purtuit Annual Annoyance-Bal- cony seats Debate '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'44 Room Agent '43 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Bonnie Louise Cramer "Smiley" Onre Upon 4 Time Annual Annoyancee- Some Marines QI-li, Billl Retail Selling '45 Paul Ford Crouch "Big Red" Silent Partner Annual Annoyance- Blissful blushing College Club '45 Reserve Football '43 Orchestra '43-'44 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Band '43 Hockey '45 Intramural Basketball '43945 Donice William Crumrine "Sonny" The Hour Be ore Dawn I Annual Annoyance-Get ting to school at 8:30 in the morning Intramural Basketball '45 Cross Country Squad '44 Marilyn Fairy Davenport "Sunny" Someane to Remember Annual Annoyance- Laughs and daffs who aren't worth halfs Dramatic Club '43 Mimeograph Staff '45 Reveille Staff '45 K G. Y. A. '45 Home Room Offices Vice-President '43 Page Fifty-Seven Page Fifty-Eight loseph Allen Davis "Little Ioe" A Guy Named joe Annual Annoyance- Coaches who park their cars too close to mine Student Council '43 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Reveille Staff '44 Editor '45 Honor Society '45 Senior t-Ii-Y '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Ioyce Ann Davis HIOYCQ.. I lzlr u Greal Lzfe Annual Annoyance- Keeping track of Ann and Marcia and Norma lean in the "Big" City Honor Society '45 Girls' Archery '44-'45 Room Agents '45 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Margaret Nanette Davis Hpeqn The Moon If Dawn Annual Annoyance- When study becomes a burden, it should be put aside Mimeograph Staff '45 Girls' Archery Club '44-'45 'Home Room Offices Treasurer '43 Girls' Baseball '44-'45 Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Volleyball '45 Hockey '45 Earl William Dayhuif "Bill" Tngelher Again Annual Annoyance- Houses lit up like churches Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '44 Marie Eleanor Dean "Deanie" Smilin' Through Annual Annoyance- Giving talks Girl Reserves '43 Carmen Imogene Deenis "Comy" Mad Abou: Murif Annual Annoyance-"One Meatball" ' College Club '45 Orchestra '43-'44-'45 ' Beverly Ioanne DeMar Hloeyf, Le!'J Go Szeady Annual Annoyance- Good-night! College Club '45 Reveille Staff '44-'45 G. Y. A. '44 Secretary '45 Home Room Ottices President '43 Vice-President '44 Room Agent '43-'44 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44f'45 Hockey '43 Walter Eugene Dwiggins "Curley" The Younger! Pfofeuion Annual Annoyance-A course without study halls Ronald Frederick DeMent "DeMent" Where Do We Go from Here? Annual Annoyance-Sub- jects that require studying Sophomore I-Ii-Y '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Retail Selling '44-'45 Intramural Basketball '43-'44 Wanda Fanchon Diller "Windy" No Time for Lore Annual Annoyance- Finding chewing gum College Club '45 Honor Society '45 Phyllis Irene Dyer "Phyll" Snmexhing for the Boyx Annual Annoyance-Signs that read "No Dancing" Girl Reserves '43 Retail Selling '44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43 William Dean Eckert "Wi1lie" Going lo Town Annual Annoyance-Re- membering to forget Student Council '45 Debate '43-'44-'45 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Scribblers '44"45 Vice-President '45 Band '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Intramural Basketball '45 Home Room Ottices Secretary '44 Treasurer '45 Mary Evelyn Emerson "Enmie" Up in Arm! Annual Annoyance- V-8's and double dates fHi, Shirleyl Girl Reserves '43-'44 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'444'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 lohn Leo Eshelman "Hush" Prarlifally 1701171 Annual Annoyance- Shore leave Student Council '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room .Oilices President '44 Bicycle Club '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '43-'44345 Intramural Basketball '43- '44-'45 Cross Country Suad '45 Track Squad '44-'45 Tennis '45 Robert Miller Evans Wbirpering Fnnfxfepr "Potzel" Annual Annoyance- Florida College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Room Agent '43 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Robert Dudley Field "Feene" Eyer in ibe Nigbl Annual Annoyance-Too much homework! Science Club '43 William lohn Filkosky "Lil' Will" Thank Your Lurky Starr Annual AnnoyancefTrial by Hluryf, College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Offices Treasurer '44 Band '43-'44 Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Intramural Basketball '43- '44-'45 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '45 Donald Edward Florian HDOHH Silenl Partner Annual Annoyance-Peck ple who talk College Club '45 Honor Society '45 William Ellsworth Forsythe "Wolfe" Waiver of the Range Annual Annoyance4 "Blondes" lean Maxine Fowler "Ieanie" Ta Have and Have N01 Annual Annoyance-Dis- cussinq politics with cer- tain people tl'-li, Tedl College Club '45 Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Girls' Archery Club '44 Girls' Volleyball '43 Barbara Lou Francis "Barb" Young and Willing Annual Anno ance Y - Dances for student body only Dramatic Club '43 Glee Club '43 Girl Reserves '45 Ioan Franz MICH Career Girl Annual Annoyance-I'll be seeing you fl-li, Iuniorj Room Agent '44-'45 Retail Selling '44-'45 Blanche Marie Freeman "Blanche" The Umeen Annual Annoyance-Try- ing to get through English Doris lean Frey "Ieanne" Blurb Magis Annual Annoyance-Billy the Kid-d lBlaCk, V-Bl Glee Club '43 Retail Selling '44-'45 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Page F iity-Nine i Page Sixty Helen Lucille Frye "Ceil" Something lo Sing About Annual Annoyance- Home work fSunday, Mon- day and Alwaysl Glee Club '43 G. Y. A. '45 Girl Reserves '434'44-'45 Home Room Offices Secretary '45 Class Office Treasurer '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Hockey '43 Frances lean Fulkerson "Franny" Seren Day.: Axbore Annual Annoyance-Ev- erything in general, noth- ing in particular College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Secretary '44 President '45 Band '43-'44-'45 Orchestra '43-'44 Lois lean Garver Hlecmn Mode for Earl: Other Annual Annoyance- Nosey people College Club '45 G. Y. A. '45 Margarette Virginia Gentry "Geek" Tender Comrade Annual Annoyance- Watching for the mailman tHi, Ronniel Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Band '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Loren Oscar Giblin "Ioseph Cadomotas" Marriage I.: 4 Prirafe Affair Annual Annoyance- Newark High School ath- letics Iunior Hi-Y '44 Reserve Basketball '43 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Mary Louise Glaunsinger "Leedy" Silver Spun Annual Annoyance-The horse with the brown spot on his shoulder Girl Reserves '43 Band '43-'44 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Frances Geraldine Glover "Carrots" Meet Min Bobbie .Yorks Annual Annoyance-I can dream-can't I? iHi, Vonnel Girl Reserves '43-'44 Ada May Gonser "Ada Sue" Our Heurtf Were Young and Gay Annual Annoyance-The lonq and short of it all U-li, Glorial Girl Reserves '43 lack Craig Grace Hluckt, Mr. Lufky Annual Annoyance-"One Meatball" College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Science Club '45 Harold Clarence Gray "Chuck" When tbe Cloudr Rol1By Annual Annoyance-The trials and tribulations of life College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Dorothy Helen Greenlee "Dottie" Gangway for Tomorrow Annual Annoyance-Oh! He looks just like Ray! fHi, Steviel Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Offices Treasurer '44 Girls' Volleyball '43 Philip Edwin Haas "Phil" Shadow.: in the Nigbl Annual Annoyance-A '31 Olds. Retail Selling '45 leanette May l-lallisy "Torchie" jimmy Stepr Out Annual Annoyance- Waiting for a letter lHi, T. HJ Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Ienny Haluczik ,,IemW,, Wonder Women Annual Annoyance- School Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44345 Girls' Volleyball '444'45 Alyce lean Hammond ' Hpuqn Something for the Boy! Annual Annoyancee-Oh. How I love the Navyf fHi, Dot and Minniel Girl Reserves '44 Vernon Carlisle Hammond "Squirt" American Romanre Annual Annoyance- Middle name College Club '45 Room Agent '43-'41' Honor Society '45 Mary Iosephine Hand NIO.. Here Come: the Navy Annual Annoyance-I'1l still take a motorcycle lHi, Dont College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Home Room Offices Vice-President '43 Martin Eugene Hannigan "Hecter" Let'J Fare lt f Annual Annoyance-Get ting to school on time College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Bicycle Club '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '44 Reserve Football '43 Track Squad '43 Cecil Burrel Harman .fcecn Night of Adventure Annual Annoyancee Speeches College Club '45 William Iarnes Harris "Bill" Main Street After Dark Annual Annoyance- Corny jokes fHi, Haynesj Retail Selling '44-'45 Laura Louise Hartshorn "Weezy" Lawn Annual AnnoyanCefGee Kids reall could talk f Y, I if you'd only give me a chance . Student Council '44-'45 Library Club '43 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Home Room Offices Vice-President '45 Girls' Baseball '44-'45 Girls' Basketball '44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '44-'45 Charles Randall Haynes "Chuck" Demandr of Sotiety Annual Annoyance- Girls in general Iunior Retailers '45 Sales Organization '45 Robert Edmund l-leatwole "Heatie" Blonde Fever Annual Annoyance- BlondeswOH-Ha-Ha Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Home Room Offices President '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Retail Selling President '45 Intramural Basketball '43 Barbara Ann Helphrey ,,Bm,bY,. Between Two Women Annual Annoyance-Peo- ple like Io Ann who call me "Fan Tan" Girl Reserves '45 Room Agent '43 Band '43-'44-'45 Page Sixty-One -nn 4 I l I 4' '4 'A WH ,. " 'ISR 'gimgggzly ' ' 92292211 4' 'I-'14 'fat ' ' 54222 ,.,.E , -1 0 -, 0,3 gym Hi Page Sixty-Two Dorothy Rose Henzy MDM., Vivaciour Lady Annual Annoycmce- "Ienny1" "Do you mean me, Flash?" Student Council '44-'45 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 G. Y. A. '44 President '45 Masque and Gavel '44 Treasurer '45 Home Room Offices Secretary '44 Annual Staff '44 Editor '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44 Girls' Basketball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 Hockey '43 lohn Wayne Hershberger "Hershy" Tonight and Every Night Annual Annoyance- Nothing in particular and everything in general Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Junior Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '45 Boys' Baseball '43 Reserve Football '43 Howard Vernon Hill "Bud" Wild and Woolly Annual Annoyance-Why do l have all the flat tires? Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Home Room Offices Treasurer '45 Business Staff '44 Business Manager '43 Retail Selling Treasurer '45 Shirley lnez Holler "Do1lie" Fantaria Annual Annoyance- "Goodnight, Wherever You Are" fHi, Maryl Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Home Room Offices Secretary '43 Secretary '45 Retail Selling Secretary '44-'45 Eleanor lean l-lorchler "Eenie" Keeper of lbe Flame Annual Annoyance-lust wait! Someday l'll be tall! Student Council '45 College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43 Corresponding Secretary '44 William Lee Howard "Slim" The Thin Man Annual Annoyance-10 o'clock till 10:45-5 days a Week Student Council '44 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Office President '45 Room Agent '43 Band '43 ' Iunior Hi-Y '44 f Tennis '45 Boys' Baseball '45 Intramural Basketball '45 Track Squad Manager '43 Wilma Mae Howes "Billy Mae" Eyer in 1,70 Night Annual Annoyance-We three! "Are you girls sis- ters?" . Glee Club '43 Girl Reserves '43 Retail Selling '44-'45 Mary Elizabeth Huber "Hubber" Clyrirlnltzr Holiday Annual Annoyance- "Vernie" College Club '45 G, Y. A. '44-'45 Margaret Lorraine Huffman opml, Loft Angel Annual Annoyance-Sales of love ll-li, Bill and Carll Mimeograph Staff '45 Girl Reserves '45 Room Agent '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Donald Nelson Huggins ,Hugo My Feet Lore Murir Annual Annoyance-lit terbug jadkasses Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44 Margaret Alice ller "Maggie" The Honor Pupil Annual Annoyance-Too many irons in the fire Student Council '45 Debate '43 College Club '45 President '45 Reveille Staff '44-'45 Associate Editor '45 Honor Society '45 Girl Reserves '44 Scribblers '43 Home Room Office President '44 Margaret Ellen lnlow "Marg" .1 Thi: If the Army l Annual Annoyance- "That Soldier of Mine" ll-li, Chuckj Glee Club '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 lanice Louise Iacobs "lake" An Old Friend Annual Annoyance-l love that hunk o' man Girl Reserves '43-'45 Home Room Office President '43 Band '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Marcella Christina Iefferies "Marcie" Day! of Glory Annual Annoyance- Keeping Ann and Ioyce away from the "Big" city Glee Club '43-'44 Mimeograph Staff '45 Room Agent '43-'44 Orchestra '43 Honor Society '45 Io Ann lohns HID., The Innofent Annual Annoyance-Peo- ple calling me "I-locker" Dramatic Club '43 Library Club '43 Glee Club '43 Mimeograph Staff '45 Home Room Offices Secretary '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Anna Pauline Johnson "Bobbie" Togelher Again Annual Annoyance-AL Ways ending my Day with a Huff! College Club '45 Honor Society '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girls' Archery Club '44 Room Agent '45 Annual Staff '44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '43-'45 Colleen Waneta Iohnson johnny Come Lately Annual Annoyance-- "What's the matter, little girl?" fl'li, I. SJ Band '43 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Gerald Dean Iohnson "Fountain" Appetite for Adventure Annual Annoyance- School Intramural Basketball '43 Geraldine Leslie lohnson Hleuyi. A Girl Named Gerry Annual Annoyance- Dreaming of the Honor Roll Glee Club '43 Faye Luella Iones "Honey" The ,loner Family Annual Annoyance-My sudden interest in Utica's Bones Glee Club '43 Mimeograph Staff '45 Honor Society '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 Gloria Iune lones "Ionesey" Noi So Long Ago Annual Annoyance- The long and short of if fvll fHi, Ada! Dramatic Club '43 Home Room Office Treasurer '45 James Clement ,Tones fqimf, The Sheik Annual Annoyance-A certain gentleman hcre in school Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Band '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Marjorie Faye lones "Margie" Our' Hearn lVere Young and Gay Annual Annoyance - l dream of Genie with the light brown hair College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Room Agent '44-'45 Business Staff '45 Annual Staff '44345 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '44-'45 Hockey '45 leannette Iury nyennyu None Bu! the Lonely Heart Annual Annoyance- "Dorothy!" "Do you mean me, Flash?" Student Council '43-'44 Vice-President '45 College Club '45 Honor Society '45 G. Y. A. ,'44 Treasurer '45 Girls' Archery '44 Home Room Offices Secretary '43 Vice-President '44 Annual Staff '44 Assistant Editor '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43f'44-'45 Hockey '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Page Sixty-Three Mildred Laura Keaser "Minnie" Slep Lively Annual Annoyance-Oh! How I love the Army lHi, Puql Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44 Girls' Basketball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 lack Chester Kelley 4 "Kelley" When Irish Eyes Ave Smiling Annual Annoyance- Backseat Io Home Room Office Secretary '44 Room Agent '44 Donna loyce Kirk "Kirkie" The Lai! Clan Annual Annoyance- Those nine-and-a-half hours on Saturday Girl Reserves '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43 Band '43 loanne Kisamore I o Kin and Tell Annual Annoyance- Roller Skating iHi, Ginnyl Glee Club '43 Norma Eileen Kislingberry ' "Nikki" The Navy Way' Annual Annoyance-The Navy! fHuh, Shirleyl Glee Club '43-'44 Retail Selling '45 Mary Carolyn Kreitler The Girl in the Care Annual Annoyance- "First row may be ex- cused" fwhen I sit in the first rowj Library Club '43 College Club '45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43A'44-'45 Band '43-'44-'45 1 Girls' Volleyball '43 Calvin Stephen Kyle "Cowboy" The Invifible Man Return: Annual Annoyance- Waitinq for people fl-li, C. GJ Home Room Office Treasurer '43 Boys' Baseball '44 Intramural Basketball '43-'44-'45 Reserve Football '43 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '44-'45 luanita Irene Larimore Meet Min Bobby Sackr Annual Armoyance-Be- ing misunderstood G. Y. A, '44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 Alice Anita Lavery "Boots" Boot: and Saddler Annual Annoyance-Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning il-li, P. A. PJ Glee Club '43 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Room Agent '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Dorothy Alice Lentz MDM., Heaven on Earth Annual Annoyance-No letter today Mimeograph Staff '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Dorothy Eleanor Linn "Dot" A Ffiefzd Indeed Annual Arinoyance-One oi the "R"oaring "Cats" Glee Club '43f'44 Gloria lean Linn "Glor" I Love 4 Soldier Annual Annoyance-A certain paratrooper fHi, Chuckl Home Room Offices Treasurer '43 Vice-President '44 Secretary '45 Clarence William Loy "Bill" Bleu Hi: Little Hear! Annual Annoyance-ll-li, Martyl Senior Hi-Y '45 Eleanor Marie Lugar "E1ie" Lady in the Dark Annual Annoyance- Waiting Library Club '43 Mimeograph Staff '45 Honor Society '45 Harry Ralph Lynch "Squirt" Box and Cox Annual Annoyance-4-F Mary lean McCafierty "Ieanie" n Wai! For Me Annual Annoyance- Waiting for the Granville bus Glee Club '43 Sharon Rose McDaniel HMGCH The Bridge Party Annual Annoyance- "Those Irish Boys" College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Bonnie lean McDonald "Band Io Eyes" All Grown Up Annual Annoyance-U. S, Navy Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'44 Band '43-'44 Robert Calvin McElfresh "Mac" Boyi Will Be Boy! Annual Annoyancee-Go- ing to school Home Room Office Treasurer '44 Intramural Basketball '43-'44-'45 Bonnie lean McGrew Hlsh., Commencement Dayr Annual Armoyance- Waiting to graduate so "Don" and I can Qo to Washington Band '43-'44 Orchestra '43 Mary Eleanore Mackenzie HMUCH The Conffdnt Nymph Annual Annoyance-Or- thodontistsf-they love me College Club '45 G, Y. A. '44-'45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 Scribblers '43-'44-'45 Honor Society '45 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43v'44-'45 Hockey '43 Nancy Belle MacPherson ,,Mcc1i Ndnry Pretend! Annual Annoyance-Y Studying lessons till 2:00 a. m. Library Club '43 College Club '45 Reveille Staif '44-'45 Home Room Office President '44 Honor Society '45 Band '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Constance Ann Makris "Connie" Same Girl! Annual Annoyance4Dogs "College Club '45 G. Y. A. '45 George Edward Martin "Eddie" . Heavenly D411 Annual Annoyance- Watching the girls go by 30011-li, Ernstl ,Intramural Basketball '43-'44 4619 9, . Page Sixty-Five 1 I 2 5 I 3 1 1 l 4 l 1 1 4 t I i 1 it Page Sixty-Six Virginia Elizabeth Martin "Ginny" The Good Old Day! Annual Annoyance--Pea ple who turn flip-flops on the skating rink tHi, lol Glee Club '43-45 Girls' Basketball '43 Frances Marian Mason "Fritzi" Somewhere I.'ll Find You Annual Annoyance- Waiting for my ship to come in tl-li, Charliej Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Office President '43 Band '43-'44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Norma lean Mason "Ieannie" Aerent on Youth Annual Annoyance- Cause-that isn't any rea- son tHi, H. CJ Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Mimeograph Staff '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Emma Kate Meriwether "Butch" A Lilile Exfitement Annual Annoyance-Pea ple who two-time tl-ii, Zekej Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Scribblers '43-'44 Girls' Basketball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '44-'45 Class Play '44 ' Max Eugene Messick "Gene" The Devil and Mix! Inner Annual Annoyance- Waiting for the Army Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Intramural Basketball '43 Reserve Basketball '43-'44 Varsity Basketball '45 Varsity Football '43344-'45 Track Squad '43-'44 Home Room Office Vice-President '43 Clifford Leo Miller "Cliff" The White Cliff: of Dover Annual Annoyance- Eighth period t N Intramural Basketball '45 Iulia Ann Miller Hludyu V Absent-Minded Judy Annual Annoyance-Why do brothers go to high schools, too? College Club '45 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Orchestra '44-'45 Marjorie Mildred Miller "Shrimp" Thix Fine Pretty World Annual Annoyance-Oh! that baseball player tHi, Big Lugl Retail Selling '45 Helen Virginia Moore ,Ginnyu Here Comer the Mariner Annual AnnoyancefOh, that Utica football player! Dramatic Club '44 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Room Agent '43 Nevella lean Moore "Ieanie" Once in a Hundred Yearx Annual Annoyance- Live and learn tHi, Stanl Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Glee Club '45 Donna lane Mossman ,Donn Don'I Make Me Laugh Annual Annoyarice- Washington, here I come tl-ii, Bonniel Debate '43-'44-'45 Salesmanship Club '43 Honor Society '45 President '45 Home Room Office Vice-President '43 Room Agent '45 Lewis William Myers "Mar-Tan" The Flee!'J In Annual Annoyance- Nancy and Owens-Corn- ing Chemistry Laboratory Marjorie Lou Myers "Mar-Lou" Follow the Boy! Annual Annoyance-l'm misunderstood Dramatic Club '43 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Office Secretary '43-'44 Band '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '43-'44 Ruth Ilene Nash "Ruthie" Mexican Hayride Annual Annoyance- Sailors Mimeograph Staff '45 Norma Lucille Neibarger nhgqsj, ' . Once in 4 Lifetime Annual Annoyance-Men, cars, and gas rationing Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Lola May Neighbor "Shorty" Blonde Crazy Annual Annoyance-Tall, blonde, and handsome Glee Club '43 Home Room Offices Treasurer '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '42-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '48-'444'45 Hockey '45 Vernal Lincoln Nunnell Y "Line" They Knew What They Wanted Annual Annoyance-An endless search for a true friend Intramural Basketball '43-'44 Cross Country Squad '44 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Arthur Lee Nutter HAM, Revelry With Beverly Annual Annoyance - Oh Joy! College Club '45 Boys' Baseball '44-'45 Intramural Basketball '44 Reserve Football '44 Varsity Football '45 Track Squad '44-'45 Bernard Carl Nye "Snookie" Going My Way Annual Annoyance-Try- ing to ration time for activities Student Council '45 Treasurer '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Salesman Club '45 Mas ue and Gavel '44-'45 Cl Secretary '45 Honor Society '45 Senior Hi-Y President '45 Home Room Offices President '43 Vice-President '45 Junior Hi-Y Secretary '44 Retail Selling Vice-President '45 Barbara Ann Oxley "Bobby" Tall In the Saddle Annual Annoyance-Van Iohnson clear out in Hol- lywood Student Council '44-'45 Library Club '43 Mimeograph Staff '45 Masque and Gavel '44-'45 Scribblers '43-'44-'45 Vice-President '44 Girls' Archery Club '44 Home Room Offices Vice President '45 Honor Society '45 Room Agent '43 Business Staff '44 Betty lane Palm "Poodles" Poor Me Annual Annoyance-The attractions of skating Library Club '44 Mimeograph Staff '45 Home Room Office President '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls Volleyball '45 Honor Society '45 Dora lean Parsons "Dorie" A Rerpomihle job Annual Annoyance-Not enough week-ends Richard Edwin Patterson "Pat" Hail the Conquering Hem Annual Annoyance-O. .I Barnes telling me to stay off 9th St. Boys' Basketball '43-'44 Intramural Basketball '44 Varsity Football '43-'44-'45 Track Squad '43-'44-'45 Hockey '43-'44-'45 Richard Eugene Perdue "Dick" Midnight Call Annual Annoyance- Waiting for the call Page Sixty-Seven A is 1 K 7 ,.... N figgitif' - ienni an-rss. 51? Page Sixty-Eight Gene Edwin Piche "Peachie" Naughty Bu! Nice Annual Annoyance- Sometimes I wonder Sophomore Hi-Y '43 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '44-'45 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '44-'45 Track Squad '44-'45 l Charles Calvin Pigg "Chuck" He Go! the lah Annual Annoyance-Too many periods in 300 Winifred Mae Pipes "Win nie" The Piper Annual Annoyance- Waiting for 3:15 Madelyn Plaine ' 'Maclelyn ' ' Both Your Home! Annual Armoyance- School in general Gflee Club '43 Retail Selling '44-'45 Walter Eugene Porter Wglier Rlchmd Reese "Shorty" or "Port" Blonde Crazy Annual Annoyance- Blondes tl-li, Paulinel Pauline Ann Powell "Po pry" or "Poll " Poll? Preferred Y Annual Annoyance-Oh, how I love to get up tl-Ii, Bootsll Glee Club '43 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Roger Lee Pratt .,ROq,. Q Night of Adventure Annual Annoyance- Q Smitty, what's wrong with your eye? tHi, Babbiell Student Council '43-'44-'45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Room Agent '43-'44-'45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 ' Annual Staff '44-'45 'Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Intramural Basketball '44-'45 Reserve Basketball '43 Cross Country Squad '45 Tennis '45 Mildred Eilene Pritchett "Millie ' What u Womazz Annual Annoyance-"A star my goal, the sky the limit." Band '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '43 Helen Radu HDOCH Let U: Be Guy Annual Annoyance-A certain boy at St. Francis V School KI-li, Chuckll ' Glee Club '43-'44 f'Retail Selling '44-'45 Girls' 'Baseball '43-'44 Girls' Basketball '43-'44 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44 David Duval Rankin "Dave" Hangover Square Annual Annoyance-Pen oxide blondes, especially boys Sophomore I-li-Y Treasurer '43 Home Room Office President '43 Room Agent '43 Boys' Baseball '43-'44 Intramural Basketball '43 Dick" The Impalienz Year: Annual Annoyancei Keeping track of Bill Priest and all of his girls Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 lriigramurcrl Basketball '43- Richard Herbert Rice "Doc" or "Herman" My Gul Lower Moxie Annual Annoyance- Women in general Debate '43 Dramatic Club '43 Sophomore -Hi-Y '43 Science Club '45 Masque and Gavel '45 Scribblers '43 Class Office President '43 WH. . ,...., .F Norma Louise Richards "Normie" The Unreen Annual Annoyance+Peo' ple who use "ponies" Debate '45 Honor Society '45 College Club '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Carl William Ritchey "Ritchey" Mv'. Lucky Annual Annoyance- Walking home from Buck- eye Lake fHi, Shortyl Home Room Office Secretary '44 Reserve Basketball '43-'44 Track Squad '43-'44 Varsity Basketball '45 Robert Robertson ,,BOb,, Eyef in the Night Annual Annoyance-- Sophomore blondes Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Home Room Office Treasurer '45 Retail Selling '45 Boys' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Intramural Basketball '43- '44-'45 Reserve Football '43 Dolores lune Robinson "Doss" Rabinmn Cruroe Annual Annoyance- Merchant Marine tHi, Dont Glee Club '43-'44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'45 Girls' Basketball '434'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'45 Hockey '45 Martha Helen Rossel HMYMU The Girl Wilb the Green Eyer Annual Annoyance-NeW- ark, "The City of Sin" College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Home Room Office Vice-President '43 Annual Staff '44-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Iosephine Arlene Sands NIO., The Cheer Leader Annual Annoyance-Oh, to be a Christian! tl-li Carlt Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '43-'45 Harold Austin Saultz .Radu Afen'l Women Wonderful? Annual Annoyance- Girls Room Agent '44-'45 Intramural Basketball '44 Margaret Ann Schmitt Hpeqqyu Part Tune job Annual Annoyance-Pat ty and her boy friends Mimeoqraph Staff '45 Ralph Lamar Secord "Ralph" Boyr Will Be Boy: Annual Annoyance- Skiing Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '45 Mary Louise Selby "Sarie" The Navy Way Annual AnnoyanceAOh, Gee, My MOOREale Library Club '43 College Club Vice-President '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Scribblers Vice President '43 Secretary '44 Editorial Board '45 Girls' Baseball '45 Girls' Basketball '43-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43 Hockey '43 Bonalee Mae Shipp "Bonnie" Can't Help Singing Annual Annoyance'+Peo- ple telling me to make up my mind Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Offices President '43 Secretary '44 Bicycle Club '43 Room Agent '45 Orchestra '43-'44 Duane Calvin Shoults "Shoultsie" Come What May Annual Annoyance- Talking to the girls Room Agent '45 Doris Mae Showman "Doris" Show Buxinen Annual Annoyance-Oh, for those pre-war days! Debate '43-'44 Dramatic Club '43 Library Club '43 College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Bicycle Club '43 Business Staff '43-'44-'45 lames Emerson Siegel "Sig ie" Geflgeman lim ' Annual Annoyance-Mrs. Krieg's "Good Morning, students" Student Council '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '45 College Club '45 Scribblers '44-'45 Annual Staff '45 Tennis '45 Imogene Mae Siegle Hlmeu So Lang Annual Annoyance-Mon- day mornings and tests Salesmanship Club '43 Glee Club '43-'44 Bicycle Club '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Patricia Louise Siegle "Vickey" and "Pat" Something fm' Ibe Boy: Annual Annoyance-- - Pegg's "men" Glee Club '45 Band '43 Anita Vondale Smith "Smitty" Irirh Eyei Annual Annoyance-But ler, answer the doorg it might be Bob College Club '45 Glee Club '43 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43-'44 Corresponding Secretary '45 Home Room Office Treasurer '44 Carl Eugene Smith "Smitty" It'.r in the Bag Annual Annoyance-Why didn't Ixstudy before! Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Offices Vice-President '43 Tennis '45 lntramural Basketball '43-'44 Esther Lucille Smith "Esther" I Hauerfl Time Annual Annoyance- Studying after four o'clock Nina lean Smith "Smitty" Im! ,Yuhpore Annual Annoyance- Slumbering parties tHi, Macj Glee Club '43 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Office Secretary '43 Retail Selling '45 Orville Earl Smith "Sleepy" Sleeping Beauty Annual Anonyance-Sit- ting in the sun in 313 Betty lane Stevens "Stevie" Send Her V7Cf0fi0llI Annual Annoyance-Edt tor for Dottie's Lost-and- Found Column Glee Club '44 Mimeograph Staff '45 Girl Reserves '434'44-'45 Boom Agent '44 Honor Society '45 Patricia Margaret Stewart ,rsmft Bathing Beauty Annual Annoyance-The son oi a Major Hath-a- way! Dramatic Club '43 College Club '45 Glee Club '43 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Masque and Gavel '45 Scribblers '43 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Basketball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Dale Edwin Taylor "Reg ie" Saturgay Night Annual Annoyance-Too many hours in 300 Virginia Ann Teaqarden "Ginny" The Silent Pfompter V Annual Annoyance-Oral themes Honor Society '45 College Club '45 Girls' Basketball '43 Charles Frederick Thomas ,,Ted,, For Me and My Gal Annual Annoyance- "Ieannie with the Light Brown Hair" Varsity Football '45 ' Track Squad '44 Robert Earl Thomas - "Lefty" The Rerklefx Age Annual Annoyance- Punkin Home Room Offices Vice-President '43 President '45 Room Agent '43 Boys' Baseball '43-'44 Captain '45 Reserve Basketball '43A'44 Reserve Football '43 Varsity Football '45 Varsity Basketball '45 Track Squad '44 lames Mac Thompson "Chicken and Son" The Henri of 4 Clown Annual Annoyance- Chicks swooning when I play "Boogie" Intramural Basketball '43 William Leo Thompson "Bill" Sure U1 from Our Friendr Annual Annoyance-Car that won't start, no gaso- line, and flat tires Dramatic Club '43 Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '43 Senior Hi-Y '45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Retail Selling '45 Intramural Basketball '44-'45 Martha Maxine Toland HMCCH Hello Bill Annual Annoyance-A boy with initials "Bill Brooks" Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'44 Room Agent '43' I Catherine Dwella Touvell "Twin" Between Two Women Annual Annoyance-My sister lHi, Dolores!l Glee Club '43-'44 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Eva Dolores Touvell "Twin" Between Two Women Annual Annoyance-My sister ll-li, Dwellalj Glee Club '43-'44 Home Room Offices Secretary '44 Retail Selling '45 Girls' Baseball '43 Wanda Ilene Turner "Wanda" The EaJie.f! Way Annual Annoyance-l'd like to catch Santa coming down the chimney Glee Club '43 Burr Newton Van Atta "Burr" The Climax '-'Annual Annoyance - Teachers asking for home work Annual '42-'43 Science Club '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '42 junior Hi-Y "43 Donna lean Varner "Donna" Here We Are Again Annual Annoyance-The chewing gum shortage Kenneth Clayton Varner "Kenny" A Helping Hand Annual Annoyance- Keeping my Ford running 3 ,mr Page Seventy-One l Q 5 2 1 l l I i Page Seventy-Two Lena Evelyn Varner "Ecie" Help Yourrell Annual Annoyance-A certain sailor Virginia Vintilla "Ginny" Tbix Fine Pretty World Annual Annoyance-Those corny jokes ll-li, Wanda and Peewee! Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'45 Home Room Office Secretary '44 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Donna Lou Vogel "Lulu" Someone to Remember Annual Annoyance-"It l-lad to Be You" Reveille Staff '45 Girl Reserves '44-'45 Class Office Secretary '44 Band '43 Ellis Iones Wagenheim "Gus" Great Guy Annual Annoyance - The guy who invented the school bell Student Council '44-'45 Science Club '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Class Offices Secretary '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '43 lzitramural Basketball ' 5 lack Holmes Waggoner "Iackson" Tlair Gun for Hire Annual Annoyance-Front seat co-pilots and back seat navigators Honor Society '45 Science Club '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Band '43-'44-'45 George Phillip Wagner Hlodqef, The Thing! That Count Annual Annoyance-Give ing talks in English Science Club '44 Intramural Basketball '43-'44 Dana David Walker, lr. "Walker" The Way Out Annual Annoyance-Girls and school work don't mix Home Room Office Vice-President '44 Room Agents '44 Cheer Leader '45 Iohn Lindorf Warner Hsuqsi. Girl Crazy Annual Annoyance-'l'rY- ing to make up my mind Sophomore Hi-Y President '43 Science Club Vice-President '45 Honor Society '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Office President '44 Iunior Hi-Y Vice-President '44 Boys' Baseball '45 Intramural Basketball '43- '44-'45 Class Office Vice-President '43 Vonne Carolyn Warner "Vonne" Call It iz Day Annual Annoyance - The many ways people spell and pronounce my name Library Club '43 College Club '45 Honor Society Treasurer '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Home Room Office Treasurer '43 Room Agent '43-'44-'45 Wanda Lou Warthen "Woosie" Gypry Wildcat Annual Annoyance - My big brother's humor Qlffi, Marjorie Loul Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Room Agent '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Room Agent '43 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' skethall '45 Ba Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '45 Eugene Hale Wagner "Give" Dorothy lean Weaver Tlazngr I.r That-a-Way "Dome" Annual Annoyance - Un- 'Til We Mggf Again compromising Republicans Annugl Afmgycmce .. 1'm Science Club '44 College Club '45 Glee Club '45 Home Room Office President '44 Iunior Hi-Y '43 making believe Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43"44 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Patricia lean Weaver MPM.. Yazire Telling Me Annual Annoyance-Haw ing to give a talk Russell William Weiler "Russ" The Drifier Annual Annoyance- Looking at Queenie in home room Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '44-'45 College Club '44-'45 Senior Hi-Y '44-'45 Home Room Oiiice Vice'Pre-sident '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '44-'45 Intramural Basketball '44-'45 Charles Sherman Weiser "Chuck", jam Sernon Annual Annoyance - Ar- guing with my neiqhbOr tHi, Bettyll Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Intramural Basketball '44-'45 Varsity Football '44-'45 Columbus North High Student Council '43 Walter Richard Welker "Dick" Saturdaykf Children Annual Annoyance- Women are my Weak- nesses Senior Hi-Y '45 Band '43-'44-'45 lunior Hi-Y '44 Intramural Basketball '45 Carl Leland Welsch "Charlie" Blonde Fever Annual Annoyance- Business staff Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Science Club '45 College Club '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 Room Agent '43-'44-'45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Business Staff '45 Theresa Rosemary Wessinger "Tree" The Whirligig of Life Annual Annoyance- Waiting on the mail man Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Volleyball '43-'44-'45 Hockey '43-'45 Wanda Lee Wetzel "Pretzel" One of the Family Annual Annoyance-Mak- ing faces Mimeograph Staff '45 Honor Society '45 Girl Reserves '43-'44-'45 Home Room Office Vice-President '44 Richard Thomas Whitehead "Dick" Youth Mar! Be Served Annual Annoyance- That's what I told her last night Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '45 Retail Selling '45 Herbert Eugene Wills "Herbie" Willf and Wayr Annual Annoyance-Get- ting to school on time at noon Betty Mae Wise "Shorty" Wirdom Teeth Annual Annoyance-Now, what have I done! Retail Selling '45 Betty lane Wolfe "Pinkie" Heavenly Body Annual Annoycxnce-Pea ple getting the wrong meaning from my name lOwooool Glee Club '43-'44 Girl Reserves '43-'45 Girls' Baseball '43-'44-'45 Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Volleyball '44-'45 Gail lay Wolfe "Woltie" Lort in a Harem Annual Annoyance-Hang on, but don't drag your feet! Sophomore Hi-Y '43 Student Council '45 Senior Hi-Y '45 College Club '45 Home Room Offices Treasurer '44 Vice-President '45 Band '43-'44-'45 Iunior Hi-Y '44 Intramural Basketball '45 Page Seventy-Three Page Seventy-Four Mary Louise Woltjen HLUCYH Tao Hot to Handle Annual Annoyance-Slow movement of time be- tween week-ends College Club '45 G. Y. A, '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Home Room Office Secretary '45 Business Staff '43-'44-'45 Betty lane Wollard HREHVH Noilying But Trouble Annual Annoyance - Ev- erything happens to me! Mimeoqraph Staff '45 Beatrice Evelyn Wright "Bea" The Hmzomble Min Annual Annoyance-Liv- ing in the country with no buses Debate '43 Honor Society '45 lean Wright "leannie" Slighlly Terriffr Annual Annoyance - I may sometimes be wrong, but I am always Wright Dramatic Club '43 Library Club '43 College Club '45 G. Y. A. '44-'45 Girl Reserves '43 Girls' Baseball '43 Girls' Volleyball '43 Betty Louise Young "Butch" The Yolmgeft Annual Annoyance-Cen tain people fUticaJ Glee Club '43-'44 STUDENT LEADERS Row lflxflarqarei ller, Cl-lonor Sluclentl, Donna Mossman, CHonor Societyl, Doroihy Henzy CAnnual and G.Y.A.J V Row Z-Don Boyd CStudeni Councill, Kenneth Colman CDebatel, lOe Davis CReveille Newsl, Robert Gardner CClass President and crthletej SENICE-COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Row lflfrances Fulkerson, Margaret ller, Irma lane Busby, Iecmrieite lury, Beverly DeMar, Pauline lohnson, Dorolhy Wintrinqham. Row 2wMarjorie Lou Myers, Iohn Bozman, Dick Rice, Gail Wolfe, Bill Dayhuff, Kenneth Col- man, Ellis Waqenheim, Don Boyd, Barbara Oxley. Page Seventy-F ive SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES INVITATION COMMITTEE Iohn Bozman-Margaret Iler, co-chairmeng Kenneth Colman, Ioe Davis, Ieannette Iury, Betty Stevens CLASS BREAKFAST COMMITTEE ' Kenneth Colman-Beverly De Mar, co-chairmeng Iohn Eshel- man, Mary Io Hand, Howard Hill, Mary Huber, Gene Piche, Iohn Warner. CLASS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE Donald Boyd-Ieannette lury, co-chairmen: Martha lane Backenstos, George Ankele, Nancy MacPherson, Bernard Nye. CLASS PARTY COMMITTEE Richard Rice-Pauline Iohnson, co-chairmen, Clarence Brucker, William Filkosky, William Eckert, William Howard: Marjorie Iones, Martha Rossel, Eugene Messick, Iuanita Larimore. DECORATION COMMITTEE Ellis Wagenheim-Marjorie Lou Myers, co-chairmeny Connie Makris, Arthur Nutter, Robert Thomas, Carl Ritchey. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Irma lane Busby, chairman: Marilyn Davenport, Roger Pratt, lean Wright. I MUSIC COMMITTEE Gail Wolte-Frances Fulkerson,co-chairmeng Carmen Deenis, Donna Vogel, Mary Lou Woltjen. CAP .AND GOWN COMMITTEE William Dayhutt-Barbara Oxley, co-chairmen, Richard Whitehead, Eleanor Horchler, Benjamin Colemang Vonne Warner. FLOWER COMMITTEE Dorothy Wintringham, chairman, Louise Hartshorn, Sharon McDaniel. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Kenneth Colman, Debate, Ioe Davis, Editor ot Reveille News: Don Boyd, President of Student Councilg Margaret ller, Out- standing Studenty Dorothy Henzy, Editor of Reveille Annualy Donna Mossman, President of National Honor Society. Page Seventy-Six f.. mam. Nj' 1 . SHEET MEN? ish SHG? 45 -. , , A'bDUT Coukbwr B5 9'N fF-AFQUND S7 Q? Q7 5 S 1 , WALTER WILLIAMS President - IUNIORS IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT SHANNON Vice-President TUNE CHESTER GERALDIN E STEINMAN Secretary Treasurer Row 1-Clyde Anderson, Eugene Antritt, Adelia Arnold, lanis Ashcraft, Esther Athan, Wil- liam Atherton, Betty Bailey, Richard Barrett. Row Z-William Barrick, Eugene Barstow, lohn Bauman, Tula Bebout, Monagene Benner, Frances Boggs, Mary Frances Boggs, Donald Boyd. Row 3-Margaret Boylan, Edith Boyles, Charles Braden, Donna Bradley, Carl Bratfish, Joanne Brohard, Max Brown, Eileen Buchanan. Row 4-Patricia Burgess, Shirley Ann Burgess, Ruth Ann Burcher, Marilyn Burtner, Thea Call, Walter Campbell, Alice Carlisle, Emma Carpenter. Row 5--Shirley Cass, Betty Castle, Ruth Cheetham, Nita Cherry, Camille Chester, Dorothy lean Citrone, Barbara Clark, Lois Marie Clark. Row 6-Mary Lou Cline, Geneva Coble, loan Cocanour, Mary Cotterman. Not in Picture-Ellen Berry, Iohn Bieberbach, Lucille Braunbeck, lean Carson, Donna Lou Cotterman. Page Eighty IUNIORS i Row l-Edward Cotten, Fred Cougill, Shirley Couriright, Ralph Craig, Wanda Crego, Ken- neth Crist, Mary Lou Cromer, Charles Crothers. Row 2wWilliam Crowley, Beverly Dancey, Maybelle Danley, Don Davenport, Billy Davis, Marie Dean, Iohn Debevoise, lames DeMent. Row 3-Harold De Mooy, Bill Denman, loan Denman, Marjorie Dettre, Barbara De Witt, Rob- ert Dial, Bob Diebold, Vaida Diller. Row 4-Eleanor Dilts, Norma Dispennette, loan Ditter, Phyllis Dodge, Shirley Dodge, Lou Ann Dowds, Barbara Edmunds, luanita Engle. Row 5-Esther English, Donald Eshelman, Chris Evans, George Evans, Opal Fadley, Keith Farnsworth, Geraldine Feldner, Nancy Ferguson. Row 6510 Ann Finckel, Harlan Finney, Donna Fish, Charles Fisk, William Fleitz, luanita Fluhart, Pauline Forshey, Mary Foster. Row 7-Robert Foulk, Elden Fox, Marjie Frey, Betty lo Fulton, Betty Funk, Betty Gardner, Edna Garrison, Ann Gaunder. Row 8-Katherine George, Shirley Gildow, Charles Gilham, Norma Glasmeier. Not in Picture-Richard Dean, Shirley Dillon, Danny Flowers. Page Eighty-One IUNIOBS M Row l-Eleanor Glass, Wilbur Glover, Bill Goldsmith, lune Goss, Belly Graham, Shirley Green, Marion Green, Belly Griffith. Row 2-Wesley Grooms, Shirley Guthrie, lohn Hagans, Frances Haley, Mildred Hall, Bill Hand, Belly Handel, Beverly Hartman. Row 3-Bill Harvey, Susan Haslop, Phil Haynes, Les Hepsworlh, Bonnella Herman, lean Hillbrandl, Evelyn Hina, Sarah Holler. Row 4-Paul Hoyl, Palricia Huddy, Helen Huggins, Belly Hughes, Carolyn Hughes, Francis Hupp, Robe-rl Hupp, Maxine Iacobs. Bow 5-William lauchius, Zuelean leffers, Marylinda leffries, Donald lohnson, Belly lones, Carol lones, Charles lones, Mary lane Jones. Row 6-loan Kaiser, Richard Kane, Dale Kalhary, Bill Kelly, Barbara Kirk, Donna Kirk, Bar- bara Koonlz, Byron Kreager. Row 7-Don Kreager, lim Krieder, Peggy Lamrners, Edgar Lang, Wanda Larimore, Norma Lawrence, Ursula Lea, Henry Leslie. Bow 8-Ivory Leslie, Mary lane Lewis, Carol Lloyd, Frank Logan. Noi ln PiclurewBelty Homan, Wanda Lemasler. Page Eighty-Two IUNIORS Q F l Row l-Donna Luby, Marjorie McAfee, Charlene McCafferty, Iohn McCafierty, George Mc- Farland, Betty McGarry, Ralph McGauqhy, Dan Mclntire. Row Z-Iessie McMullen, lean McNabb, Barbara Mackenzie, Robert Macy, Dorothy Malloy, lean Martin, Richard Meckley, Betty lane Messinqer. Row 3-Pauline Metcalf, Barbara Miller, David Miller, Evelyn Miller, Ioyce Miller, Marilyn Miller, Gene Morin, Thomas Morrow. Row 4-Loretta Mours, Charles Murphy, Dale Myers, Walter Nadolson, Mary Nees, Norma Nethers, James Nichols, Carol Nye. Row 5-William O'Brien, Virginia O'Connor, Charles Oder, Donna Oqle, Frances Orr, Louise Osborne, Vermona Patton, Sharon Patton. Row 6-Iames Paul, Marian Peclen, Betty Penick, Eleanor Percoco, Bob Perdue, Bernadine Petry, Carolyn Piccirrilli, Helen Ponser. Row 7-Awanna Lou Powell, William Priest, Mary Ellen Raison, Martha Ranck, lohn Reber, Thomas Restorick, Shirley Rian, Ieannine Richards. Row 8-Mary lean Rickus, Roberts Riggs, Carlos Riley, William Rine. Not in Picture-Richard Luby, leanne McCartney, Iames McDonald, lack Meckley, Ianice Pease, Mary Lou Pethtel. - Paqe Eighty-Three IUNIORS Row l--Conrad Roberts, William Robinson, Betty Ryan, Rosalie Saporito, Don Schaller, lac- queline Schlosser, Charles Schuler, Monabelle Sharp. Row 2ARaymond Shaw, Ted Shell, Emmajean Shepherd, Everett Shepherd, Harold Shields, Barbara Sherman, Iacqueline Shoemaker, Robert Sieqle. Row 3-Barbara Simpson, Dorothy Simpson, Helen Sissea, lack Slater, Darlene Smith, Helen Smith, Kenneth Smith, Phyllis Smith. Row 4-Dorothy Snelling, William Snelling, Robert Snoor, Frank Spencer, Richard Stauch, Richard Stedman, Sue Stillion, William Stockdale. Row 5-Lois Stouqh, Marjorie Stouqh, Lucille Stradely, Hazel Strait, Louella Strait, Donna Sunkel, Mary Lou Swartz, Gizella Szatmary. Row 6-Peggy Tait, Clarence Teaqarden, Leonard Thomas. Page Eighty-Four IUNIORS Row l-Iohn Thompson, William Timmerman, Zita Toomey, William Ulrich, lohn Vaiea, Dorothy Vafner. Row 2-Eileen Victor, Phyllis Vermillion, Robert Waddell, Walker, Elsie Wallace, Paul Walz, William Warner. Row 3-Cherie Warthen, Mary Weaver, Curtis Webb, Betty Whitehead, Norma Whitis, Dorothy W'hitt. Row 4eMary Willey, Barbara Willey, Esther Wilson, Virqinia Wintermute, Marian Wintermute, Marilyn Wintermute. y Y .flu Phyllis Turner, Ramona Turner, Royal Ruby Walcleck, Patricia Weekey, Marilyn Welker, lurze Wilson, Robert Wimer, Charlene Row 5-Betty Wise, Francis Wohlheter, Carolyn Wolfe, Martha Lee Wolverton, Io Ann Wooclyard, Ralph Wright, Robert Wright, Virginia Yost. Row 6-Rozella Young, William Young, Dorothy Zerger. Not In Picture-lane Warthen, Martha White. Page Eighty-F ive SOPI-IOMCRES SCPI-ICMCRE CLASS OFFICERS , X, GLEN PORTER WILLIAM WEAVER SUE TI-ICRN MARICRIE I-IALL President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Row l-Joe Adzic, Eva Allbery, Neil Allberry, Ella Amos, Iames Anderson, Betty Asher, Curtis Ault, Ethel Bagent. Row 2-Marcella Baker, lohn Ballenqee, Edward Ballinger, Eula Ballinger, Margaret Barcus, Barbara Barnes, Bernadine Baumqartner, Robert Beckham. Row 3fFloyd Beckman, Martha Beeney, Mary Berson, Ed Bevard, Betty Blake, Mary Boring, Fred Bosscawen, Marie Braid. Row 4-Winifred Brookover, Barbara Brown, Emoqene Brown, Frances Brown, Robert Bryan, Helen Buckman, Don Budd, Bill Burke. Row 5-Betty Brisby, Pearl Busby, Donnajean Bush, Mary Butcher, Alice Butler, Dorothy Byers, Avonelle Campbell, Patricia Carey. Row 6-Mary Carpenter, Betty Carson, William Carson, Betty Carter. Not ln PicturefOralice Ash, Margery Bailey, Harman Brown. Page Eighty-Six SOPHCMCRES 2 Row l-Heraldine Castle, Beatrice Charles, lames Chrisman, Ioann Clark, Robert Clark, Mar- jorie Clary, Wendell Cline, Geraldine Coates. Row 2-Anna Cochran, William Cochran, Bill Comisford, Charlotte Copley, Danny Cook, Bon- nie Coon, lirnmie Cooksey, Betty Cooperrider. Row 3-Doris Crane, Robert Crawford, lulia Crist, George Crothers, Ierry Cullison, Melvin Cunningham, Caroline Danese, Mary Davis. Row 4-Oren Davis, Sherwood Davis, Ralph Debevoise, Roberta Deenis, Angelo Deering, Margaret Delancey, loan DeMent, Mary Derringer. Row 5-Iohn Dettre, Pat Deutsch, Norma Dial, Ronald Dickerson, Lucy DiCola, Dorothy Dildine, Della Dillon, Lester Dispennette. Row 6-Bonnie Ditter, Eula Driskall, 'Myra Drumm, Maurice Duffins, Maybelle Duncan, Elmer Dunlap, lack Dutcher Beverly Easton. Row 7-Barbara Ennor, Dolores Evans, Ray Fatig, Pat Feaster, Margaret Field, Dorothy Fields, Mary lo Fields, Mary Finkley. Not In Picture-Kenneth Clark, Eugene Harold Connor, Robert Curl, lohn Dunn, Virginia Faller, Cornelia Finkle. Page Eighty-Seven T i SOPHOMOBES 4 s i Row le'Mary Feldner, Florence Feldner, Richard Fisk, Pat Folger, Clyde Forgrave, Virginia Fowler, Bonnie Francis, Iunior Francis. Row 24--Lester Franklin, Mary Frey, Russel Friend, Claire Frye, William Frye, lames Fullen, Baymond Gamble, Yvonne Garver. Row 3-Clarence Geidenberger, Clarabelle Gentile, Ethel Glecker, Russell Glover, Betty Goldsmith, Suzanne Graves, Harold Gregg, Mary Gregg. Row 4-,Mildred Gutridge, Harold Hague, Patricia Haines, Nancy Hall, Frank Haluczik, Esta Hammond, Barbara Hampshire, June Harman. Bow 5--Mona Bose Harris, Bonnie Haycock, lanice Helser, Ralph Henderson, Frieda Henry, Bob Hepsworth, Delbert Hickman, lane Hickman, Row Sfeflane l-lillbrant, Carl Hinger, Bonnie Hitchcock, Edward Hitchcock, Arthur Holman, Milton Holmes, leanne Honenberger, Curtis Horst. Bow 74Dale Hose, Clarissa Howard, Iohn Hoy, lean Huber, Albert Hunt, lack Hunt, Don ldle, Ieannette lrvin. Not ln Picture-Barbara Fouts, Ioseph Gaydos, Effie Mae Goble, Marjorie Hall, Winnie Hannum, Me-loa Haynes, Harriett Haynes, Lois Hobbs, Robert Hornyak. Page Eighty-Eight SCDPHGMORES Row lflohnny lohn, Gerald lohnson, Albert Iones, Bob Iones, Carol lones, Donald lones, Lawrence lones, Thomas Iones. Row 2fNorma Kaiser, Marjorie Kappes, Emma Kasson, Io Ann Ketauver, Ierry Keinath, Mary Lou Kibler, Robert King, George Kinney. Row 3-Mary Kinney, 'Thomas Kirk, Pat Kengle, Patty Koman, Gizella Koverig, Carol Koveleski, Shirley Kuppinger, Burrell Lambert. Row 4-Clyde Lane, Norma Laughery, William Lavelle, Evelyn Lewis, Maurice Lewis, Lois Loaf, Pat Loughlin, Gloria Loughman. Row 5-Claritta Louverty, Richard Lieber, Doris Lightle, Alice Lingafelter, Pat Loury, Robert Lugenbeal, Betty McCartney, Pat McCracken. Row 6-Edwin McMillar, Marjorie McVey, William McVey, Robert Maidel, lames Martin, Iuanita Martin, George Mason, Herron Mercer. Row 7-Arthur Miller, Betty Miller, Charles Miller, Don Miller, Marilyn Miller, Margaret Mitchell, Patty Mitchell, Constance Morehouse. Not ln Picture-Daniel Iohnson, Richard Kincaid, Betty Lambert, Keith Lavine, Rose Marciani. Page Eighty-Nine SOPI-IOMCRES Row l-Irma Morgan, Ioan Morin, Beatrice Morrow, Shirley Mossholder, Rita Mours, Leland Myers, Richard Myers, Ioe Naylor. Row 2-Carol Neal, Charlotte Nichols, Carl Oakley, Pattie Ogle, Billy Page, Donald Paul, Edwin Penick, Charles Pierce. Row 3-Iames Pierce, Florence Phillips, Carolyn Pinkerson, lack Porter, Barbara Post, Don- sel Post, Gerald Pound, Harold Pound. Row 4-Iune Pound, lean Powell, Don Price, Iunior Priest, Renna Prouty, Gerald Radcliii, Phyllis Radcliff, lohn Radu. Row 5wShirley Raikin, Lawiord Rector, Charles Redman, Joanne Reed, Charles Renard, Iames Reusser, Patsy Rice, Sue Ridenour, SOI'1, Row 6-James Riley, Edith Roach, Coralie Roberts, Iohn Roberts, Mary Roberts, Mamie Robert- Mary Robinson, Doris Alice Roqers. Row 7-William Rossel, Iarnes Ruton, Ierry Satterfield, Carl Schenk, Richard Schenk, Carol Schonhar, Frank Sessor, Peqqy Shackelford. , Not ln Picture-Murriel Moss, Donald Norris, Richard Phillips, Edwin Pierce, Dorothy Polk, Thomas Powell. Page Ninety SOPHOMORES Row l-Thomas Shamell, Irma Shannon, Ralph Shannon, Grace Shaw, Betty Shultz, Betty Slocumb, William Slotterback, Darlene Smith. Row Z-Don Smith, Dorincla Smith, Dwight Smith, Gloria Smith, Harold Smith, Helen E. Smith, Iohn Smith, Ruth Smith. Row 3iMargaret Smitley, Clarence Spenser, Doris Springer, Betty Steloelton, Lorin Stephens, Troy Stewart, Dwight Stickle, Ed Stickle. Row 4-Carolyn Stockdale, Iulia Styer, Betty Subora, Stanley Sullivan, Fred Swartz, lo Arm Tahler, Ruth Tabler, luanita Tate. Row 5-Elliott Taylor, Pat Taylor. Not In Picture-Martha Smith, Ioanne Spicer, Frances Spurr, Marjorie Swick. Page Ninety-One SOPHOMORES Y' hurs A,- 5, Row 1-Thomas Taylor, Marcita Terrell, Shirley Thomas, Charlene Trickle, Margaret Ty- t, Marjorie Ulrey, lack Van Horn, Lillian Van Wey. Row 2-lean Vermillion, Donna Vogel, Shirley Voqle, Donald Von Schriltz, Norma Waddell, Ramona Waldeck, Richard Vtfallace, Iohn Wariamaker. Row 3-Phyllis Pritchett, Dolores Warner, William Charles' Watts, Phyllis Webb, Sam Welch, .Anna Wessinqer, Wanda Westbrook, Geraldine Whitehead. ' Wils Row 4fHenry Wilkin, Marjorie Wilkin, Max Williams, Richard Williams, Howard Wilson, Iune on, Freda Wince, Harriett Winter. Row 5-Dorothy Wright, Helen Young. I Not ln Picture-Ieanriine Tull, Naomi White, Marjorie Wolfe, Harold Wood. Page Ninety-Two WOODROW WILSON IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL A 29351, E. H. HECKELMAN Principal AB., Ohio Wesleyan University MA., Ohio State University Pg N tyTh WOODROW WILSON FRESHMEN Row l-Mildred Attlee, lane Begley, Garry Benner, Virginia Boyer, Nancy Branscorne, Rich- ard Brown, Robert Brown, Harry Butler. Row 2-Clara Carter, Don Cochran, loan Darnell, Mary Daugherty, George Dine, lack Dodge, Carl Duncan, Mary Evans. - - ' ' Row 3-Robert Ewingf Elizabeth Fairchild, Anabelle Fiber, Lillie Foster, Ronald Franz, lames Garee, Ralph Ganee, Martha Goodlet. Row 4-eWilliam Griffith, Dan Guanciale, Howard Haga, Darline Hague, Rodney Harmahs, Donna Harper, Gloria Hendrea, Clyde Henry. Row 5-Margaret Holmquist, Norma Hog, Cornelia lones, Kenneth King, lohn Lariniore, Wil- liam Lattimer, David Loughery, Claire Lindarnan. Row 6-Arlen Litten, Richard Livingston. Page Ninety-Four WOODROW WILSON FRESHMEN Row l-Kenneth McCreary, Richard McNabb, Betty Marple, lames Miller, Wayne Moore, Betty Moran, Wayne Morrow, Mary Myers, Row 2-Gerald Nash, Richard Oder, Harry Orr, lack Palm, lack Parson, William Peterson, loan Piche, Edward Pinkerton. Row 3-loan Plaine, Wayne Oueen, Robert Reynard, Richard Redd, Emma Lou Redman, 'Wil- liam Rebbeck, Patricia Rice, Alice Ritchey. Row 4-Donald Roberts, Richard Ryan, Dale Sallaz, Arthur Simpson, Don Smith, lack Stickle, Shirley Taylor, Ruth Thorp. Row 5-lack Trubel, Talbatt Van Ness, Carolyn Wari, Iames Weller, Charles Wells, Paul Wetzel, Charles W'oolard, Walter Vrfoolard. Row 6-Ernest Young. V Page Ninety-Five A WILSON MUSIC CLASS Page Ninety-Six The man that hath no music in himselt, Nor is not mov'd with concord ot sweet sounds ls tit tor treasons, strataqems, and spoilsg The motions of his spirit are dull as night, And his attections dark as Erebus: Let no such man be trusted. William Shakespeare ROGSEVELT IUNIOR HIGH SCHOCDL EDITH FLEMING Principal B.S., Michigan State Normal Coiieqe RQQSEVELT FRESHMEN Row 1-Annabelle Alexander, Ierry Anderson, Robert Atherton, lames Armbruster, Lawrence Baily, Robert Baird, Mary lane Beboui, Sally Beck. Row 24Eugene Bland, lunior Block, Evelyn Bloclgett, Mary Brown, loan Busby, loanne Citrone, Ellen Claggett Coad. Row 3-Bill Collins, Betty Darling, Larretta Derringer, Floyd Dickey, Roger Essig, Betty Evans, Bruce Ewald, Alice Fadley. Row 4-Evelyn Ford, Richard Fluhart, Eugene Galbraith, Barbara Glaunsinger, Donald Heat- wole, Warren Heminger, William Henry, Amy I-lenzy. Row 5-Ruth Holmes, Gwendolyn l-lolmok, Ellen Hoy, William Hughes, Norma l-lutson, Nancy Idle, Eleanor lnlow, Ronald lohnson, Row 6-Merrill Iones, Betty Keaser, Rita lo Keckley, Marjorie Kelley. Page Ninety-Eight ROOSEVELT FRESHMEN Row l-Karl Kinney, Richard Lally, lames Lawrence, Alec Leslie, Lenore Livingston, Lee Luqar, Betty McLeisl'i, Robert McLeish. Row 2-Peggy Mackenzie, Anna Massalas, Robert Miller, Mary Lou Nichols, Mardell Nunnelly, Iune Perdue, Katherine Ptefter, Patty Phillips. Row 3-Wilbur Phillips, Donald Piqman, Bill Purks, Connie Radu, Suzanne Rivitz, Lloyd Rhodes, George Robinson, Lee Sanders. Row 4-Linda Satterfield, lack Schaller, Charles Schenk, Roger Search, lerry Smith, Robert Stewart, Donald Street, Carleen Sutton. Row 5-loanne Tucker, Rose Marie Turner, Barbara Van Fleet, Carl Villars, Iames Walker, Perry Walters, Raymond Walters, Homer Warrick. Row 6ALulu Weekly, Betty Williams, Charles Wolfe, Robert Young. Page Ninety-Nine ROOSEVELT Tl-IETA SIGMA Row le---Kay Beaver, Virginia Perdue, Rita lo Keckley, Betty Darling, lessie Cooperider, Doris MacPherson, Margaret Waggoner, Ioan Busby, Amy l-lenzy, Sally Beck, Carol lean- Beckman, Dorothy Taylor, Madge Cushing. Row Ze-Mary Ann Hale, Mary Lou Reid, lanice Flanniqan, Mary Ann Hall, Shirley Coyle, Sue MacNealy, Dorseyglee Clutter, Diane Horwitz, Patsy Mann, loan MacNealy, Suzanne Rivitz, Barbara Allen, loanne Abbott, Miss Alspach. Row 3-Nancy Riley, Carolyn Ash, Paul Flannigan, Edward Ryan, Harry Bay, Bob Stewart, lim Walker, Gordon lohnson, Eobby Ashbrook, lune Deeds, Carolyn Crawford. Theta Sigma is the honor society of Roosevelt School. lt was organ- ized in February, 1944, tor the pur- pose ot encouraging good scholar- ship and good citizenship. To be- come a member a pupil must have a semester average of A in at least three major subjects and must main- tain this average to continue active membership in the society. The motto ot Theta Sigma is "Labor Omnia Vincit," twork over- comes all thingsl. Silver and black Page One Hundred are the society colors and the em- blem is a silver scholarship key. The officers are, president, loan Busby: vice-president, Amy Henzy: secre- tary, Carolyn Crawford: treasurer, IoAnn Abbottg sergeants-at-arms, Suzanne Rivitz and Mary Ann Hale. The activities ot Theta Sigma this year have included keeping the school scrapbook, sponsoring two of the school dances and one assem- bly, and assisting with the sale of war stamps and bonds. 1 LINCCDLN IUNIOP1 HIGH SCI-IGOL Ti-ICRA MCLCDONAGI-I Principal AB., Denison University MA., Ohio Stctte University OHcl LINCOLN PBESHMEN Row l-Torn Allen, Wanda Ballentine, Charlotte Busler, Iuanita Blizzard, William Boqqs, terry Bowden, Mary Elizabeth Boyer, Robert Boyles. Row 2-larnes Brutchey, David Chaney, Kenneth Channell, Mary Ellen Coffinbarqer, Donald Corder, Freda Davids, Louise Davis, Veleria Decker. Bow 3-Betty Dickerson, Tracey Diller, La Verne Dowler, lver Elmore, Naomi Evans, lanice Ewing, Ruth Ann Fairall, Bernard Fatiq. Bow 4--Charles Forbes, Robert Gardner, Rosalie Harmon, Chloe Ann Harris, Harry Harris, Margaret Ann Haurnan, Robert Hill, Benton Hitchcock. Bow 5-Rodney Hobbs, Robert Hoy, Dorothy Hughes, Donald Hunter, Earl Huston, Kenneth Ienkins, Bob Iohn Iones, Kenneth Jones. Bow 6-Ruby Kincer, Virqil Lake, Kathleen Lawson, Marguerite Liqhtner, Durwood Luqenheal, Patti McCann, ldabelle McDowell, Beatrice Mclnturf. Row 7-lean Malloy, Betty Metz, Betty Miller. Page One Hundred Two , Nt! LINCOLN FRESHMEN Row 1-Gene Miller, Iacqueline Miller, Ellis Moifitt, Mary lane Montgomery, Marcia Moore, Elsie Morrison, Charles Myers, Dorothea Myers. Row 2-Elizabeth Nethers, Paul Norris, Gerry Overstreet, lack Owen, Richard Padar, Bruce Penrose, Rollie Pipes, Wanda Place. Row 3-Robert Post, Robert Pound, Norma Priest, lerry Provin, Rachel Rector, Ralph Reeder, Lloyd Reinbow, Richard Retheriord. Row 4-Frances Richards, Wilma Richards, Williams Royster, Ardella Shannon, Emogene Shoe- maker, Eilene Smith, leanne Smith, Margaret Smith. Row 5-Norma Smith, Tom Snedecker, Mildred Snow, Eloise Strait, David Teagarden, Alvin Thompson, Maggie Thompson, James Tripp. Row 6-Betty Turk, Leland Vermilion, Mary Belle Wagner, Virginia Walker, Catherine War- man, Donn Watson, Nevil Watson, Patsy Wise. Page One Hundred Three DBAMATIC CLUB OF LINCOLN SCHOOL Seated about the table: Kathleen Lawson, Betty Lou Dickerson, Ardella Shannon, Ruby Kfincer, Dorothea Myers, Chloe Ann Harris, lacqueline Miller, Rachel Restor, Harry Harris, Patsy Wise. Standing: Emogene Shoemaker, lean Smith, Freda Davis, Naomi Evans, Marcia Moore, Mil- dred Snow, Earl Huston, Bob Boyles, Bill Boggs, Virgil Lake, Rollie, Pipes, Paul Norris, Leland Vermilion, Miss Long, Ierry Bowden, Marguerite Lightner, Gerry Overstreet, Virginia Walker, LaVerne Dowler, Betty Turk, Margaret Smith. Not in picture: Edith Brown and David Chaney. Under the direction of Miss Long the Dramatic Club ot Lincoln school meets once a week and is composed of ninth graders. The first part of the year, the members studied scen- ery, settings, costumes, lighting, make up, voice, and do's and don't's in acting. Later, different members Page One Hundred Four ' presented readings, playlets, and pantomimes for the group. The first play the club presented was "The Shepherd Who Stayed," by Stuart Hunter, for the Christmas assembly. At the present time a cast has been chosen to give the play "The Ghost Story," by Booth Tarkington. CENTRAL IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL M. C. ST. CLAIR Principal Wooster College AB., Ohio Storte University OHd CENTRAL FRESHMEN Row lAArdith Anderson, Eugene Anderson, Arthur Barcus, Ralph Barrett, Bob Beck, Mary Ann Bermerman, Margaret Bixler, Molly Bob. Row 2-Barbara Bradford, Iohn Bradford, Fred Cagney, Clinton Calloway, John Chester, lohn Cocanour, William Colville, Richard Couden. Row 3-Neil Crego, Flora Del Cecato, lames Denner, Don Dollison, Virginia Dunn, Letha Dyer, lanet Ellis, Mildred Fields. Row 44Ruth Fisher, Gloria Fox, Carol Fluharty, Ruth Fry, Earl Gamerdinqer, Kenneth Guy, Lawrence Glecker, Harold Goodin. Row 5-Gary Griffith, Martha Hare, Charles Harter, Richard Hartman, Maurice Holman, Ieannine lnqram, Bob Iackson, Eugene lohnson. Row 6fVirqinia lones, Betty Kalt, Bill Kassan, George Kiqert, Ng Chu Kuey, Iimmy Lamb, Ester Lammers, Marian Linn. Row 7-Tom Lomas, Richard Lucas, Imogene Lyons, Robert McClain, Mary Ann McDonald, Robert McDonald. Page One Hundred Six CENTRAL FRESHMEN Row l-Betty McPeak, Iackie Maier, Iohn Markris, Charles Malherbie, Matilda Martin, Bob Mathie, Donald Meacham, Violet Minnette. Row 2-Mary Neff, Wayne Nelson, Kenneth Oakleal, Patty Patrick, Thalia Patten, Loueda Patton, Bob Ramey, Helen Ramsey. ROW 3-Grant Rhodes, Thomas Rickles, Carol Russell, Harry Schmitt, Molly Schmutzler, Eugene Sites, Harold Sheets, Olive Shipley. Row 4-George Smith, Don Smith, Rose Soliday, Joann Stedman, Betty Stevens, Robert Stewart, Alvin Stuthard, Pat Sullivavn. Row Sglohn Sunkle, Yvonne Swank, Clay Tanner, limmy Teuscher, Frank Thomas, Glen Thompson, Robert Truex, Frances Van Horn. Row 6-Ruth Watson, Charles Weaver, Dolores Weed, Dorthea Weekley, lean White, Rosa White, Marilyn Williams, Shirley Winegardner. Row 7-Iuanita Wintermute, Louise Wiseman, lean Wolfe, Iohn Worley, Mary lean Wright, Mabel Yarnelli. Page One Hundred Seven L , CENTRAIJS TUMBLING TEAM Bottom Row-Robert Stewart, Clay Tanner, Donald Wintermute, Bill Hickinbothan, lames Traicotf, Iames Teuscher, Bill Kasson. Second Row Up-Tom Lomas, Larry Handel, Charles Fisher, Richard Hartman, Don Smith. Third Row Up-lames Noblick, Lyle Doll. Top-David Meckley. In our physical education classes one six weeks' period was devoted to tumbling. Each boy was re- quired to do ten stunts. He was graded on each stunt from one to Page One Hundred Eight ten. All boys that received a total of 90 or over were placed on the tumbling team. This team put on a demonstration before the entire stu- dent body. PANGRAMA 1-M. 5355 4' dred Ten CALENDAR OE EVENTS SEPTEMBER The Erienclship Dance. Masculine clecoraiions! OCTOBER The Paper Drive. Note the small pile in the middle. libelongs to the lunior Class. NGVEMBER The Election. As New- ark I-ligh goes, so goes the nation. DECEMBER " Srnilin' Through." Berisch looks Worn out. l-lad a hard night, Berisch? IANUARY Honorable Citation. We're proucl ot it! FEBRUARY Science Club Display. A solid club right on the ball. MARCH Senior Measurements for Cap and Gown. Ch, Well, they'll be too long anyhow. APRIL The Scholarship Tests. The mental elite ao to Work. UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT :iw w Q ff 1 1 a i' xl 'I xi ,63 69 EWARK sn HIGHy00L W ' 1,6 ,az JM ang? ZJ f M Q Iwo 105 w. wvfrlrns Cgavradfazffgffzljfgfgzgyarfgjwcafofp H"1M'y 17. 59 15' SYAYK CHAIRMAN SL iluuv gy 'KL ygllgulu Page One Hundred Eleven ANNUAL Left to riqhtflim Siegel, Marjorie Iones, Peggy Tait, leannette Iury, Dorothy I-lenzy, Martha Rossel, Pauline lohnson, Roger Pratt. REVEILLE NEWS STAFF SittinqeMary Nees, Susan Haslop, Charles Fisk, lune Chester, Bob Gardner, Beverly De Mar, Toe Davis, Marilyn Davenport. Standing-Bill lauchis, Mary Ellen Raison, Margaret ller. Not in picture-Ursula Lea. Page One Hundred Fourteen ANNUAL STAFF Editor ..,.........,....... Assistant Editor .,..... Adviser ...... The aim of the annual staff each year is to present to the student body a treasury of fond memories of their school days. The annual in- cludes photographs and articles which serve as an informal record of high-school activities. The staff aims to attain individuality and in- terest in the yearbooks, because it gives the student a chance to prove ..,....,,Dorothy Henzy ...............Ieannette lury Gordon Kingery his talent and iniative. The annual staff of l945 Wishes to express its appreciation to Miss Harman and her art staff, and Mr. Millisor and his typing classes for their cooperation in helping to com- pile this book. Thanks are extended also to the student body and all oth- ers who have aided in the produc- tion of the year book. l OURNALISM STAFF Editor ................... .Assistant Editor ......,.,.,.,. Advisor and lnstructor ....... Each year the lournalism Staff edits the Beveille News Sheet. In this Weekly paper are an editorial page, a sports page, a fun column, and various accounts of school ac- tivities. A student subscribing to the paper not only receives his weekly but also a special issue at Christ- mas and a Senior Number at the end of the school year. The class studies a regular text ......,,loseph Davis .............Margaret ller .......Miss Bertha Crilly book for daily classes. Along with this, he studies the New York Times which serves an an aid in the study of Vocabulary, current events, and essentials of newspaper Work. Publishing this paper gives the student opportunities for advance- ment in journalistic Writing. The paper itself provides an accurate record of school activities through- out the year. Page One Hundred Fifteen STUDENT COUNCIL Bow Row Row Bow Bow Mr. Boyd, Don Boyd, leannette Iury, Bernard Nye, Patricia Carey. 2fNorma Lawrence, Peggy Tait, Geraldine Steinman, Iune Chester, Caroline Piccirili, Patty Mitchell, Dolores Evans 3-Nancy I-lall, Mona Bose Harris, Dorothy Henzy, Margaret ller, Louise Hartshorn, Eleanor Horchler, Barbara Oxley -lames Siegel, Roger Pratt, Gail Wolfe, Charles Fisk, Ellis Wagenheim. -Frank Spencer, Chris Evans, Gene Morin, Bill Eckert, lames McDonald, Robert Crawiord, lames Martin. HOME BOOM PBESIDENTS Row l-Patty Mitchell, Eugene Wagner, William Howard, Betty Goldsmith, Clarence Brucker, Betty Blake, lack Slater, Don Smith. Bow 2--Pat Deutsch, Patty Taylor, Glenn Porter, Burrel Lambert, William O'Brien, Bob Thomas, Francis Wohlheter. Row 3--Chris Evans, Winitred Hannurn, Robert Heatwole, Bobert Crawford, Susan Haslop, Eileen Buchanan, Betty Palm. Page One Hundred Sixteen STUDENT COUNCIL President .............. Vice-President ........ Secretary .......... Treasurer ....... Adviser ....... Composed of representatives from each class, the Student Council meets each week during the school year. Through its many commit- tees it promotes and supervises many school activities. The Social Committee arranged class parties, conducted school-wide dances periodically throughout the year, and held dances after foot- ball and basketball games. The Victory Committee headed all War Bond Drives, waste paper fcollec- tions, and collected soap and play- ing cards for Fletcher Hospital. The Citizenship Committee conducted an election previous to the national election which gave each student in Newark High School an opportunity to vote and to learn how to exercise his or her franchise privilege. HOME BOOM Adviser ....... The students in each home room elect a president at the beginning of the year who is an important leader in school affairs. He performs his regular duty by residing over home- room meetings, and during the ab- sence of the teacher, he takes charge of the room. I During the year, the home room presidents must carry on programs .......Donald Boyd .......Ieannette lury .........Claribel Bush .........Bernard Nye .......Frew C. Boyd The Scholarship C o m m i t t e e awaded a scholarship banner each six weeks to the home room having the highest scholarship average for that period. The Activities Committee each month evaluated the work of the various club and awarded a ban- ner to the club that, in its opinion, did the most outstanding work that month. The Assembly Committee ar- ranged all assemblies held during the year and several special "pep" meetings. The council has given its support to every worthwhile school activity and feels that it has been of real value in helping make life in New- ark High School more interesting and meaningful. PRESIDENTS Frew C. Boyd in their respective home rooms. These would include discussions of current school problems or programs to discover and develop talent among the students in that room. The office of home-room president was stressed this year in order that more students might have experi- ence in leadership. Page One Hundred Seventeen MASOUE AND GAVEL Row lgloanne Brohard, Helen Sissea, Patricia Walker, Bernard Nye, Dorothy l-lenzy, Ellen Berry, Mary Coilerman, Nancy Ferguson, IHCIT1, Row 2-Marion Green, Barbara Oxley, Dorothy Wintringham. Mary Mackenzie, Beverly DeMar, William Eckert, Iohn Bau- Richard Rice. Row 3-Ted Shell, Patricia Stewart, Helen Huggins, Barbara Simpson, loan Denman, Carolyn Kreitler, lune Chesier, Eleanor Dilis. SCRIBBLEBS E A A I , Row l-Mona Rose Harris, Belly Graham, Peggy Lammers, lean Hildebranl, Bill Eckert, Mary Mackenzie, Eleanor Dilts, loan Denman, Shirley Cass, loan Morin. Row Z-Sherwood Davis, lames Seigel, Ted Shell, Danny Mclniyre, Ted Grooms, Gene Morin, Barbara Oxley, Mary Selby, Sharon McDaniel. Not in picturefUrsula Lea, lack Berisch. Page One Hundred Eighteen MASQUE AND GAVEL President ............. Vice-President ....... Secretary .,...,,..., Treasurer ..,... Adviser ...... Masque and Gavel, an honorary society recognizing those members of the high school skilled in speech and dramatics, has three objectives, which are as follows: to assist the student in raising his standard of speech, to recognize and promote significant student achievement in any area of speech in the high school, and to sponser a better re- lationship between the high school and its community. New members this year were ad- mitted on the basis of judged try- outs which included reading selec- tions from both prose and poetry. ...,....Kenneth Colman .........Iack Bertsch ...........Bernard Nye ...,..........Dorothy Henzy c.......Miss Dorothy Myers New members were tormarly initi- ated, bringing the membership to a total of twenty-nine. Under the direction of the adviser, Miss Dorothy Myers, Masque and Gavel presented two plays, "Smilin' Through" and "The Man Who Came To Dinner," the Christmas assembly, and programs to various organiza- tions outside the school. Students of the club also participated in the inter-school contests. As a service project, Masque and Gavel made improvements in the dressing and make-up rooms in the auditorium. SCRIBBLERS President ............. ..................................... ...... W 1 Hmm Eckert Vice-President ............. ,,,-,,,,.,.,,, I qck Beffgch Secretary-Treasurer ...... c.rc... , ,. ,........ ....,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M Q ry Mackenzie Editorial BOCII'd ........ ............................................................ , .. ...Gene Morin, Editor, lame Siegel, Ursula Lea, Mary Selby, Ted Grooms Adviser ...... ........... 2 .............................................. M r. Gordon Kingery This year Scribblers continued on the same basis as last year. New members, however, were not neces- sarily recommended by English teachers but were admitted upon the merit of creative pieces of writing submitted for the consideration of club members. The purpose of the organization remained the same: the stimulation of writing of various forms of literature by students and the investigation of the different techniques employed in these fields. Members contributed stories, ar- ticles, plays, and any other form of writing they desired. These com- positions were exchanged. Each paper was read by at least five members with the reader's written criticism as to its merits and weak- nesses placed at the end of the work. Writings from students in regular classes were also accepted and read critically. These latter pieces were approved by the in- structor of the class before being sub- mitted to Scribblers. The Editorial Board, which studies all pieces submitted by members and other students, was continued this year. Works meeting the ap- proval of the Board were considered for publication in Scribimus, the creative writing paper. This issue was the second volume of the publication. Page One Hundred Nineteen THE HCNCB SCCIETY Row l-Bernard Nye, Ioe Davis, Donald Boyd, William Eckert, Kenneth Colman, lack Bertsch, jack Waggoner. Bow 2fClaribel Bush, Eleanor Lugar, Louise Conner, Vonne Warner, Donna Mossrnan, lrma lane Busby, Ann Attlee, Norma Richards, Mary Mackenzie. Bow 3--Dorothy Henzy, Betty Palm, Ieannette Iury, Wanda Wetzel, Betty Stevens, Marcella lettries, Barbara Oxley, Paul- ine lohnson, Beatrice Wright, Virginia Teagarden, Faye lones, Louise Hartshorn, Margaret ller, Pat Carpenter, Wanda Diller, Miss Hosick, adviser. COLLEGE CLUB Row l---lean Fowler, Margaret Iler, Mary Selby, Gail Wolfe, Juanita Larirnore, Connie Makris, Norma Richards, Yvonne Abbott. Row 2-lames Siegel, Eleanor Horchler, Beverly DeMar, Mary Mackenzie, lean Wright, Mary Lou Woltjen, Dorothy Wintring- ham, 'Wanda Diller, Carman Deenis Bow 3- --Robert Evans, Louise Hartshorn, Pauline lohnson, Vonne Warner, Dorothy Henzy, leannette lury, Sharon McDaniel, Marjorie lones, Virginia Teagarden, Don Florian. Bow 4-Marylin Barstow, Mary Huber, Mary Io Hand, Francis Fulkerson, lean Garver, Iudy Miller, Carolyn Krietler, Martha Bates, Charles Weiser, Donald Huggins. Bow 5--William Dayhuff, Gene Piche, foe Davis, Clarence Brucker, William Howard, Carl Welsch, Boger Pratt, Harold Gray, Ellis Wagenheim, Russell Weiler. , Bow 6--Eugene Hannigan, Paul Crouch, lack Waggener, lohn Bozrnan, George Ankele, lack Grace, Vernon Hammond, Eu- gene Wagner, Robert Gardner, William Eckert. Page One Hundred Twenty NATIONAL I-IONOR SOCIETY President ......A........ ................... . .............. ...... . Vice-President ,.,...... Secretary ........... Treasurer ...,,.., Adviser ........ The National Honor Society of Newark High School was chosen from the upper 1573 of the senior class. lt is a national organization and is based on scholarship alone in our school. In other schools mem- bership is based on activities par- ticipated in by the members of the senior class. The National Honor Society was begun in this school in l937 under the guidance of Miss Laura Hosick. The chief purpose of the Society is to promote higher Donna Mossman ..,...lrma Busby ....,,.....Ann Attlee ,,,,.,.,......Vonne Warner ..,.....Miss Laura Hosick scholarship among the students. The members of the Society were formally presented to the school on their Recognition Day, April 5. Their speaker was Dr. I. L. King, Head of the English Department of Denison University. The annual banquet was held at Granville Inn the latter part of May. Throughout the year funds were raised through the collection of sales tax stamps in the various home rooms. COLLEGE CLUB President ......... Vice-President ,..,vY Secretary .,,..... Treasurer ........ Adviser ......,. The College Club is made up of members of the senior class who are planning on attending college after graduation. The main purpose of the club is to acquaint each mem- ber with the school best suited to his needs and to prepare him for col- lege life. During the past year speakers in- formed students about such things as location, expense, requirements, and financial aids and opportunities offered by the colleges they repre- ..,...Margaret Iler .........Mary Selby ........Irma lane Busby .................Gail Wolfe .......Miss Bertha Crilly sented. Fewer speakers were avail- able this year, however, because of traveling difficulties brought on by the war. Consequently, more aca- demic tests were given. These in- cluded vocabulary, mathamatics, and scholarship tests. Committees were formed to carry on discussions before the club on such subjects as better methods of studying and ap- plying study habits. Reviews of valuable books concerning college life were given also. Page One Hundred Twenty One SENIOR G. Y. A. Bow lfMrs. Baird, Mary Huber, Dorothy Henzy, leanette Iury, Beverly DeMar, Dorothy Wintringham. Row 2-lean Fowler, luanita Larimore, Eleanor Horchler, Louise Hartshorn, Sharon McDaniel, Mary Mackenzie, Pauline Johnson, Marjorie lones, Mary Selby, lean Wright. Row 3-Connie Makris, Lucille Frye, Francis Fulkerson, Mary lo Hand, Patricia Stewart, Doris Showman, Marilyn Daven- port, Martha Rossel, Mary Lou Woltjen, Vonne Warner. lUNlOB G. Y. A. Row l-Mrs. Baird, Carol Lloyd, Io Ann Finckel, Peggy Lammers, Esther Athan, Wanda Larimore. Row 2-Lou Ann Dowds, Barbara Mackenzie, Peggy Tait, Geraldine Steinman, Mary Frances Boggs, loanne Brohard. Row 3fMary Cotterman, Phyllis Turner, Barbara Wilson, Norma Lawrence, Mary Lou Cramer, Betty lean Ryan, Carolyn Hughes, Nancy Ferguson, Iune Whitehead. Row 4-lean Hildebrandt, Helen Huggins, lackie Shoemaker, Monagene Benner, lune Chester, Susan Haslop, Pat Walker, Carol Nye, Eileen Buchanan. Page One Hundred Twenty-Two G. Y. A. President ............ Vice-President ......... Secretary ......... Treasurer ................. Sergeant-at-arms ....... The Girls Youth .Association is a group of junior and senior girls or- ganized to promote an interest in the Welfare of the community, to pro- mate scholarship, and to further cul- ture among its members. The activities of the club were ex- tensive this year. As a result of its full program, the G. Y. A. was the first club in the school to receive the activities-award banner. Every Mon- day night the club rolled bandages at the Red Cross. .At Christmas time gifts were taken to the Chil- .................Dorothy Henzy .......Dorothy Wintringham ..............Beve-rly DeMar .........Ieannette lury .........Mary Huber dren's Horne. Various other chari- table tasks Were undertaken during the course of the year. Meetings of the G. Y. A. this year were held every other Tuesday. Several interesting programs were planned by the program committee, including talks by Mrs. Van Tassel and Mrs. Stevens. The social affairs included a "Hobo" dance early in the fall, an initiation party for new members, and a formal dance at the end of the yoar. Page One Hundred Twenty Three GIRL RESERVES Row l-Wanda Warthen, Mary Cotterman, Carolyn Kreitler, Dorothy Zerger, Frances Fulkerson, Lucille Frye, Mary Rickus, Elsie Wallace, Mary Barrett. Row 2-Miss Hawke, Wanda Wetzel, Nina Smith, Frances Mason, Ioyce Miller, Ieannie Richards, Betty Weekley, Row 3-Margaret Huffman, Ruth Carpenter, Dorothy Berry, Martha Backenstos, Martha Bates, Emily Cook, Yvonne Abbott, Marjorie Buckingham. GIRL RESERVES Row l-Juanita Fluhart, lean Hildebrandt, Helen Huggins, Patty Lou Huddy, Shirley Guthrie, Carol Nye, Lois Stough. Row 2-Eleanor Glass, Marjie Frey, Betty Griffith, Betty Gardner, Sharon Patten, Monabelle Sharpe, Mary Lou Swartz, Vaida Diller. Row 3--Betty McGary, lessie McMullen, Barbara Wilson, Phyllis Turner, Cherie Warthen, Mary Ellen Raison, Esther Wilson, Sally Edwards. Row 4-Emojean Shepherd, Marilyn Wintermute, lackie Shoemaker, Iackie Schlosser, Barbara Sherman, Donna Luby, Caroline Piccirilli, Phyllis Smith. Page One Hundred Twenty-Four IUNIOR-SENIOR GIRL RESERVES President .............. Vice-President ................. Recording Secretary .........,., Corresponding Secretaries ...,... Treasurer ................... Service Chairman .,,.... Social Chairman ........ Program Chairman ....... .......Frances Fulkerson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,Mary Rickus .......Dorothy Ann Zerger ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,.Anita Smith Elsie lean Wallace .............,.Lucille Frye ...........Mary Barrett .......Mary Cotterman .......Carolyn Kreitler Sergeant-at-arms ......... .,........................,................. W Clrlda WOITh9U Advisers ..................... ......... M iss Mildred Hawk, Miss Helen Dorn The Girl Reserve Club, the junior branch of the Y.W.C.A., is a world- wide organization dating back to 1881. The name Girl Reserves was adopted in 1918. The purpose of the club is "to find and give the best" and to instill in the minds of its members Christian ideals and democratic Ways. The first letters of the phrases of the code spell Girl Reserves and embody the chief objectives. As a Girl Reserve I will try to be: Gracious in manner Impartial in judgment Ready for service Loyal to friends Reaching toward the best Earnest in purpose Seeing the beautiful Eager for knowledge Reverent to God Victorious over self Ever dependable Sincere at all times The Newark High School Girl Re- serves were organized in 1920. For the past eighteen years Miss Mil- dred Hawke has been the chief ad- viser. This year Miss Helen Dorn assisted her as program adviser. This year the Club was divided into two divisions: the Iunior-Senior group, and the Sophomore group. Miss Pauline McCreary is the sopho- more adviser. New members of both groups were received by a for- mal recognition service on Novem- ber 18. The club meets in the auditorium every other Wednesday afternoon during the eighth period. Several of the meetings this year have been spent in learning more about the club. Interesting programs, ar- ranged by Carolyn Kreitler, pro- gram chairman, have been present- ed by the Girl Reserve Chorus, par- ticularly at Christmas When the Christmas story was read and a group of carols sung. The cabinet officers hold their meetings about once a month in Room 105 to discuss matters of the club. Each year Girl Reserve Week is oberved the last week in February. On Sunday of this week the girls at- tend church in a body. This year, on February 25, the club attended the Trinity Episcopal Church. Page One Hundred Twenty-Five GIRL RESERVES Row l-Virginia Moore, Norma Mason, Nevella Moore, Dorothy Lentz, Iulia Miller, Betty Stevens, Dorothy Greenlee, Barbara Helphrey. Row Z-Mildred Keaser, Marjorie Lou Myers, Alice Lavery, Donna Kirk, lanice lacobs, Colleen Iohnson. Row 3-Margery Van Atta, Betty Wolfe, Virginia Vintilla, Phyllis Dodge, loan Denman, Iune Chester, Monagene Benner. Not in Girl Reserve Picture-Edith Boyles, Marilyn Burtner, Mary I. Iones, Eleanor Perococo, Carol Wolfe, Pauline Powell, Anita Smith and Donna Vogel. SOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES Row l-Shirley Thomas, Sue Thorn, Dolores Evans, Emrnojean Cass, Mary Carpenter, Patty Mitchell, Bonnie Haycook, loan Kefauver, Lois Loar, Margaret Tyhurst, Betty Blake, Romona Turner, Maxine Toland, Miss McCreary. Row 2-Betty Goldsmith, Patty Koman, Dorothy Byers, Alice Ann Lingafelter, Margaret Smitley, Esta Hammond, Roberta Deenis, Marjorie Hall, Alice Butler, Claire Frye, Mona Rose Harris, Virginia Boggs. Row 3APatty Taylor, Coralee Roberts, Ruth McVey, Helen Buchman, Betty Cooperider, Marie Braid, Doris Crane, Shirley Kujopinger, Charlotte Nichols, Martha Beeney, Irma Morgan, Bonalee Shipp. Row flelune Harmon, Mary Lou Feldner, Dorinda Smith, Mary lean Butcher, Yvonne Garver, Suzanne Graves, Patricia Carey, Shirley Raikin, loanne Reid, Pat McCracken, Florence Feldner, Mary Frances Burson, Donna lean Bradley. Row 5-Pat Folger, Barbara Hampshire, Bonnie Ditter, luariita Martin, julia Styers, Phyllis Webb, june Pound, Nancy Hall, Dorothy Fields, Mary lo Fields, jean Citrone, Shirley Cass. Row 6vAnn Howard, Patty Laughlin, Io Tabler, Lillian Van Wey, Marjorie Clary, lanice Helser, Mary Derringer, Pearl Busby, Mable Duncan, Dolores Warner, Betty Carter, Adelia Arnold, Tula Bebout. Page One Hundred Twenty-Six Social occasions, arranged by Mary Cotterman, social chairman, were a sport dance in the gymna- sium on November ll, 1944, the ini- tiation party in the gymnasium on November 18, 1944, a formal dance in Masonic Temple with the sopho- mores on March 10, 1945, a tea for the mothers in the spring, another sport dance. On Saturday after- noon, February 24, the Y.W.C.A. Board entertained the Girl Reserves in the Y.W.C.A. with a party. The service Work of this year was in charge of Mary Barrett. Differ- ent articles and games were brought by each member to be sent to Fletch- er Hospital. At Easter time baskets of fruit were given to patients at the hospital. . Each meeting is closed with the benediction: "May the Lord bless us in our Work and in our play and grant us the peace and joy that comes through service for others and friendship with lesus Christ." SOPI-IOMORE GIRL RESERVES President ..........., Vice-President ...,... Secretary ......... Treasurer ......... Adviser ......... At the beginning of the year stu- dents decided that the sophomores would have their own Girl Reserve Club. Miss Pauline McCreary took the responsibility of adviser. The initiation took place on November 23, 1944. There were seventy-five girls initiatedg however, all the girls were not active throughout the year. The members sent various kinds of gifts to the boys at Fletcher Hos- Mitchell .........Emmajean Kasson .......Mary Carpenter .................Dolores Evans ......Miss Pauline McCreary pital, Cambridge, Ohio, at Christ- mas time. On March 10, 1945, the sopho- mores With the juniors and seniors entertained their friends at a formal dance in the Masonic Temple. Next year this group will be in the Iunior-Senior Girl Reserves, but they are hoping that the sophomores will again have a successful Girl Reserve Club. Page One Hundred Twenty Seven BUSINESS STAFF V' B 'S Row l-Cherie Warthen, Phyllis Turner, Marjorie lones, Carl Welsch, Bill Barrick, Nancy Ferguson, Barbara Mackenzie, Shirley Guthrie, Esther Athan, Geraldine Steinman. Row 2fPat Walker, Iuanita Fluhart, Betty Hughes, Peggy Tait, Lou Ann Dowds, Mary Frances Boggs, Pat Kornan, Mona- gene Benner, Mary Lou Woltjen. Row 3fMr. Stoeckmann, Mary Raison, Margie Frey, Mary Nees, Donna Fish, Barbara Simpson. A ROOM AGENTS ROW 1-CCIHOS Riley, lerry Roberts, lGI1'19S Martin, Clyde Foregraves, Richard Schenk, Gene Morin, Harold Saultz, Dan Smith, Ralph McGaugh. Row 2-Mr. Stoeckrnann, Phil Haynes, Eward Cotton, Marqaret Huffman, loyce Davis, Marjorie Iones, Carl Welsch, Bill Bar- rick, Carolyn Pinkerton, Peggy Fields, Carolyn Hughes, Marjorie Hall. Row 3eCarl I-linger, Carl Schenk, Bonalee Shipp, Patricia Ogle, Donna Ogle, lames Cooksie, Vonne Warner, Donna Mossman, Betty Blake, Esta Hammond, Esther Athan, Betty Bailey. Row 4-Iohn Reber, lack Dettre, Eileen Varner, Mary LouSwartz, Ioan Cocanour, Pat Carey, Iohn Bracken, Shirley Kup- pinger, Verna Baughman, loan Franz, Dale Bosscawen. Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ...,...................................... ......................... ....,.......... C a rl Welsch Assistant Business Manager ...,,.,. Adviser .....,...........................,......... At the beginning of each year the business staff is organized to do the work of soliciting advertisements for the Reveille Annual. Each member is given several advertisers Whom he sees personally. Through this contact the student gains valuable experience and training in connec- tion With the business World. Se- curing these advertisements de- velops poise and ease in the student Barrick George Stoeckmann that will be very valuable in future business contacts. lt also affords the opportunity for staff members to become acquainted with local mer- chants. The success of the annual de- pends a great deal upon the Work done by the business staff, for the advertisements partly finance the book. BCCM AGENTS AdV1S9T ......... .................................................. M r. George Stoeckmann At the first of each year a boy and a girl are selected from each home room to carry out the duties of room agents. ln order to qualify, a student must be dependable. At the beginning of the year the agent approaches each member of his home room, to solicit subscriptions for the Pteveille News Sheet. Sub- scriptions for the Reveille Annual are taken at the beginning of the second semester. A great deal of responsibility is required of the room agent since he plays such an important part in in- forming the student body of school activities. It is the duty' of room agents to create the interest of stu- dents in each room in school ac- tivities, and they have a definite in- fluence in creating a better school spirit. Page One Hundred Twenty Nine SALES ORGANIZATION Row l-A-Phyllis Dyer, Wilma Howes, Mary Emerson, Shirley Hollar, Dwella Touvell, Marjorie Buckingham, Helen Radu, loan Franz, Doris Frye, Madelyn Plaine. Row 2-William Harris, Benton Betz, Charles Haynes, Mr. McCleery, Bill Thompson, Betty Wise, Verna Baughrnan, Dolores Touvell, Norma Kislingbery, Bernard Nye. Row 3-Ellsworth Burton, Dick Whitehead, Howard Hill, Nina Smith, Robert Heatwole. IUNIOR BETAILERS Row lfBetty Wise, Wilma Howes, Bernard Nye, Shirley Hollar, Robert Heatwole, Howard Hill, loan Franz, Mr. MCCleery, Row 2-f--William Harris, Bill Thompson, Ellsworth Burton, Benton Betz, Verna Baughman, Marjorie Buckingham, Helen Radu, Phyllis Dyer, Dolores Touvell, Dwella Touvell. Row 3- -Charles Haynes, Dick Whitehead, Madelyn Plaine, Mary Emerson, Doris Frye, Nina Smith, Norma Kislingbery. Page One Hundred Thirty SALES ORGANIZATION Adviser ,..,.. The Sales Organization is com- posed of students taking retailing and any others Wishing experience in the work. The organization has a two-fold purpose: to give members experience in selling, and to pro- vide refreshments to the patrons at our football games. This group of about thirty students did a business this year of about ...,...Mr. Iohn K. McCreery SIZOO. The profit made goes to var- ious needs of the school not cov- ered by other sources of income. The aim of the club is to purchase such things as will be of benefit to the greatest number of students. This group took a very active part in the Sixth War Loan drive and the room received special recognition for this work. IUNIOR RETAILERS Adviser ....... This club Was organized by the members of the Oo-Operative Re- tailing class. The students Work half the school day and on Saturday in some local store. The course is open to seniors only. The members of the club enter- tained their employers at the annual banquet held at Granville Inn With Iohn K. McCreery Clyde Moore of the Ohio State Iour- nal as the banquet speaker. This club has become a member of the newly organized state organi- zation known as "The Future Re- tailers of Ohio." Bernard Nye of the local club was elected Vice-President of the state organization. - Page One Hundred Thirty-One H SENICR HI-Y Row l-lim Siegel, Bernard Nye, lohn Bozman, Don Boyd, Bob Evans, Roger Praii. Row Zflack Waggoner, Ellis Wagenheim, Gail Wolfe, Clarence Brucker, Bill Howard, George Ankele, Carl Welsch, Bill Thompson. Row 3' -Harold Gray, Eugene Hannigan, lack Grace, Vernon Hammond, Gene Piche,, Russell Weiler, Howard Hill. Row 4---flohn Bracken, Bill Eckert, lohn Hershberger, loe Davis, Bob Gardner, Dick Welker, Wilfred Bowers. Row 5-Dick Rice, larnes Iones. IUNIOR HI-Y Row l--Chris Evans, Frank Spencer lr., lohn Reber, Mr. Steinherger, Edgar Lange, Richard Slouch. Row 2-larnes McDonald, Robert Teagarden, David Miller, Robert Snoor, Edward Cotton, Thomas Restorick. Row 3-Byron Kreager, William Barrick, William Ulrich, Robert Perdue, Dale Kalhary, Danny Mclntire, Philip Haynes, Car- los Riley. Page One Hundred Thirty-Two SENIOR I-ll-Y , President ................ ...... Vice-President .....,. Secretary ......... Treasurer .....,... Adviser ......... The Senior High-Y is organized each year to promote the purpose of Hi-Y: namely, "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." This club, which meets every Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Y.M.C.A., deals largely with the advancement of Christian character and with the problems of social, school, and community living. Many projects were carried on by the club this year in cooperation with the Student Council. These pro- ........Bernard Nye .......lohn Bozman ........Iack Bertsch ,,......,.......Don Boyd C. P. Smith jects included the sponsoring of a chapel program, and a drive for soap and playing cards for the men of Fletcher Hospital. The club also participated in spon- soring club dances, made contribu- tions to charity, gave to the War Chest, supported the proposed new Y.M.C.A. building, and generally helped all activities benefitting the school and community. lt finished the school year with a supper dance for the senior club members and the officers of lunior Hi-Y. lUNlOR l-II-Y President ..........,.,....... ....,. . .. , ,,,.,,, Frank -Spencer Vice-President ,...,.......,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, I 0 h T1 Reber Secretary-Treasurer ...,... ...........,,,,,,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E dqqr Lange Advisers ........................ ......... M r. P. G. Steinberger, Mr. R. G. Smith This year the boys in the Iunior Hi-Y enjoyed a very successful year by plans and participation in both social and educational activities. The Iunior Hi-Y has met frequently With the Seniors in planning and carrying out this extensive program. About twice a month the Iuniors have met with the Seniors and have developed the social program to a great extent. During the meetings on Wednes- day evening, educational movies have been shown which have ac- tivated the Hi-Y toward the develop- ment of a good, broad education. Programs have been arranged for the boys that offer both entertain- ment and opportunity to develop a more extensive education. As We look back upon this year of Hi-Y fellowship, we can say that our job has been Well done. Page One Hundred Thirty Three MIMEOGRAPH STAFF Row lfBetty Woolard, Margaret Huffman, lo Ann lohns, Norma Mason, Betty Palm, Ann Chrisman, Wanda Wetzel. Row 2fMr. Millisor, Ruth Nash, Eleanor Lugar, Faye Iones, Ruth Carpenter, Margaret Schmitt, Mr. Spangler. Row 3--Peggy Nan Davis, Marilyn Davenport, Dorothy Lentz, Barbara Oxley, Betty Stevens, Louise Conner, Marcella Jeffries LIBRARY STAFF Around TablefLois Clark, Shirley Dodge, luanita Fluhart, Pat Lowary, lane Vermillion. Standing-fMonagene Benne, Shirley Guthrie, Miss Dorn, Darlene Smith, lean I-lillbrandt, loan Morin, Page One Hundred Thirty-Four MIMEOGRAPH STAFF Advisers ......... ...... M r. L. G. Millisor, Mr. A. C. Spangler The Mimeograph Staff is com- posed of Senior commercial students chosen for their typing ability and scholastic standing. The journalism class Write and edit the articles for the Reveille News. The mimeograph staff cut the sten- cils, mimeograph the material, and f fold the papers for distribution. This is only a small part of the Work done for the school. ' They also get a working knowl- edge of comptometers, adding ma- chines, calculating machines and dictophones. ' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Adviser ....... .,. . -X ' The Library Assistants are those students who help in the library one period each day. The club was started in 1940. Only those students with a "B" average are qualified for this Work. The purpose of the library assist- ants is to train students how to use the library and to aid other students in using it. .. ,... ..Miss Helen P. Dorn The group meets once every two Weeks at which time the assistants receive instructions and are in- formed of student projects on bulle- tin board. The library group strives to make the library the center of the school and to create an interest in books. Page One Hundred Thirty Five GLEE CLUB Bow l-Hazel Strait, Ruth Smith, Wilma Howes, Patty Mitchell, Charlotte Nichols, Virginia Yost, Lillian Van Wey, Della Dillon, Bonnie Ditter, Martha Beeney. Bew 2-Mary lean Roberts, Luella Strait, Barbara Brown, Barbara Barnes, Emogene Brown, Mary Davis, Mary Carpenter, Carol Koveleski, Gloria Kurcher. Bow 3-Florence Feldner, lrma Shannon, Dorothy Zerger, Vaida Diller, Virginia Martin. Row 4-Mr. lones, Dick lones, Clyde Forgraves, lames Martin, James Beusser, Gene Wagner. GLEE CLUB Bow l- 'Beverly Dancey, Maybelle Danley, Frances Orr, Betty Funk, Dorothy Dilcline, Marylinda Jeffries, Virginia O'Conner, Wanda Crego. Bow 2-Shirley Cass, loan Cocanour, Shirley Courtright, Opal Fadley, Tula Bebout, Shirley Green, Betty Graham. BOW 3 'SGfC1h Dell Holler, CGYOI Jones, Pearl Busby, Betty Busby, Garaldine Whitehead, Mary Alice Fry, loyce Miller, Betty Penick. Bow 4---Shirley Bailcin, Patty Folger, Beverly Easton, Carol Nye, Helen Ponser, Betty Hughes, lvory Leslie. Bow 5---Carolyn Stockdale, Mary lean Butcher, Phyllis Radcliff, Norma Kaiser, Avonelle Campbell, Page One Hundred Thirty-Six GLEE CLUB Adviser ..,...... ...,,,,,.,.,...............,.............,,.....,.,,.......,.,..,,.,....,,.,,. W endall M, Iones Librarians ........ ....v,. E velyn Miller, Virginia Yost, luanita Fluhart, Betty Hughes The Glee Club was larger this year than it has been for five years. For the first time the club had a male section. The club participated in various activities throughout the year. A concert was given for the Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad Safety Halley again this year. The club sang April 5 for the Shrine Club lunch- eon on Ladies Day. Numbers used were "To Thee, O Country," by Eichberg, "Sleep and Best," by Mo- zart, and "Giannina Mia," from the Firefly, by Friml. The annual spring concert was given on May the fourth. Soloists from the senior class Were as fol- lows: Wilma Howes, Patricia Sie- gle, and Emma Merriwether. The senior group assisted by a few iun- iors sang Shubert's "Ave Maria." There are four classes in chorus and they meet twice Weekly. Mem- bers receive one iourth of a credit per year. The songs to be used in the spring concert are worked up in weekly classes. The Cflee Club of- fers the opportunity to all students to take part in school activities and turthers culture among its members. Page One Hundred Thirty Seven GLEE CLUB Row l-Eileen Varner, Jean Fowler, Virginia Vintilla, Shirley Hollar, Claire Frye lackie Shoemaker Ruth McVey Esther Wilson. Row 2-Mary Lou Swartz, Donna Sunkle, Betty Io Lambert, Eloise Cochran Geraldine Coates lean Honenbe ge-r Ethel Gleckler, Betty Cooperider. Row 3-loanne Reid, Betty Asher, Bonnie Francis, Doris Crane, Helen Buchman Marie Braid Doris Springer Row 44-Norrna White, luanita Fluhart, Virginia Faller, Iune Snelling, Frances Mason Margarette Gentry GLEE CLUB Rwo l-Alice Carlisle, Dolores Robinson, Claribel Gentile, loan Clark Sharen Patton Betty Subora Emma Merriweather Pat McCracken. Row 2-Adelia Arnold, Nevella Moore, Mary Ellen Derringer, Dorothy Fields lulie Crist lean Citrone Evelyn Miller luanita Martin, Barbara Post, leanette lrwin, Mabel Duncan. Row -Rozella Young, Ioan Woodyard, Mary Gregg, Shirley Ryan, Mary o Fields Carolyn Pinkerton Peggy Fields Row 5-Mary Lou Cline, leannine Richards. Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight Tl-IE SPRING CONCERT l. a. Alleluia .......,.,,................. b. Carol of the Birds .......... c. lubilate ....,.,...,................ ll. a. Sleep and Rest .......,.,..,.......,,........,,,...,... b. loshua Fit de Battle ot Iericho ,............. III. Senior Members ot the Glee Club Ave Maria .......... .........................,,..,.................,....................,...... IV. a. A Little Close Harmony ............,.....,......,... b. Danse Macabre ..,.,............... Q ..,............,... Donkey Serenade from "The Firefly" ......,,...... . Alma Mater Pianist ....... ......,,...........,.........................r...........................,.... Decorating and Publicity Committee ,............,......,..Niles .Russian Melody ......,,........Mozart ..........arr. N. Cain ......r.Shubert O'Hara .......St. Saens ........Friml .Carmen Deenis Betty Hughes Iuanita Fluhart Virginia Yost Betty Penick Evelyn Miller Frances Orr Y Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine BAND Row l-Margie Clary, Mary Nees, Mildred Pritchett, Donna jean Bush, Norma Dispenneite, Helen Huggins, lane Warthen Mary Rickus, Winnie Hannum, Marjorie Stough, Marjorie Frey, Mr. Dowling. Row 2fBetty Griffith, Ianice Helser, Mona Rose Harris, Iuanita Fluhart, jerry Roberts, Carlos Riley, Pat Huddy, Phyllis Dodge, Carolyn Kreitler, Virginia Wilson, Mary lean Butcher, Robert King, Marilyn Wintermute. Row 3-Robert Beckham, Donald johnson, William Slotterbeck, William Stockdale, Gail Wolfe, Carl I-linger, Max Brown, Monabelle Sharp, Ruth Brown, Patricia Ogle, Betty Wise, Carolyn Stockdale, Sally Edwards. Row 4fRichard Welker, john Bozrnan, Don Boyd, Tom Restorick, john Reber, Barbara Helphrey, Marthalee Wolverton, Donna Ogle, lean McNabb, Pauline Carpenter, Bonnie McGrew. Row 5-Frances Mason,, Camille Chester, Robert Lugenbeal, Frances Fullcerson, Raymond Fatig, james Martin, Danny Mc- lntire, lack Waggoner. BAN D CLUB Seated-Mrs. Harris, Rev. Mr. Brown, Mr. Fulkerson. Standing-Mr. Dowling, Mrs. Moody, Mr, Boyd. Page One Hundred Forty BAND Director ...... Again this year the Newark High School Band participated in annual sports events, adding additional en- thusiasm and enjoyment to football and basketball games. Every foot- ball game was opened with the playing of the National Anthem by the band. The organization went through its usual formations at the half. At the season's last game, the band's formation, a service flag, honored boys in the armed forces. As in former years, a small select group played at basketball games. Charles Dowling, lr. The band also accompanied the team to the District Tournaments in Delaware. The band will inaugurate a new combination at next year's football season: namely, a marching bugle- drum corp together with a march- ing glee club. This will probably be introduced at the annual band concert. The band concert was presented on the evenings of April 29 and 30 this year. The feature number was the "Overture of 1812," by Tschai- kovski. THE BAND CLUB President ............... Vice-President ......... Secretary ........... Treasurer ..................... Band Instructor ................. Band and Club Adviser ....... The Newark High School Band Club was organized six years ago. Its membership consists of parents and friends of members of the high school band, who are interested in the welfare and growth of that mu- sical organization. The aim of the club is to co-oper- ate with and assist the band instruc- tor in securing needed instruments and uniforms for its members, to keep in repair instruments and uni- ..........Mrs. Charles Harris ........Bev. Frederick Brown C. B. Moody Vtfm. F. Fulkerson .......Mr. Charles Dowling, lr. Frew Boyd forms, to furnish transportation for band members, whenever possible, to football games, basketball con- tests, and tournaments, when the band members are to furnish music. This assistance is made possible by means of the generous support of the public at large of band and Band Club activities through dona- tions at the Homecoming Game and the Spring Concert. This substan- tiates the Club's Motto: "Grow or Go." Page One Hundred Forty One GRCHESTRA Row l-Edward Bevard, Mary Nees, lanice Helser, Mona Rose Harris, Irma lane Busby, Carlos Riley. Row 2-Mr. Gelier, Iudy Miller, Dick Frye Ted Shell, James Reusser, Bob Lugenbeal, Raymond Fatig, Bill Slotterbeck, Danny Mclntire, Harold Shields, Roberta Deenis, Carmen Dennis. SCIENCE CLUB Row l4Richard Stauch, lack Grace, Roger Pratt, Burr Van Atta, Carlos Riley, Harold Gray, Ellis Wagenheim, Russell Weiler. Row Z-Margaret Tyhurst, Betty Blake, Carl Welsch, Gene Morin, Eugene Wagner, Iohn Bracken, Iohn Reber, Phil Haynes, Bill Howard. Row 3-P. G. Steinberger, Bob Mason, Tom Restorick, Gene Piche, Dan Mclntire, Tom Morrow, Donald Huggins, Carl Brat- fish, Gail Wolie, Clarence Brucker, Iohn Bozman, lack Waggener, Bill Barrick, Ted Grooms, Buddy Green. Row 4YSl'1irley Guthrie, Esta Hammond, Emojean Cassen, Shirley Thomas, Sue Thorn, Bonnie Haycook, Margaret Smitley, Lois Loar, Coralie Roberts, Betty Goldsmith, Ioanne Kefauver, Patty Koman. Page One Hundred Forty-Two ORCHESTRA Director ........ ........................ This year the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Sam Gelfer, was very active, affording music at as- semblies, plays, and various other school activities. The orchestra stim- ulates an appreciation for finer music in this way and by means of student participation. The orchestra this year has played representative music of all ,.,,,.Mr. Gelfer nations. The members have tried to discover relationship of the music to the culture of these times. The works of ,Mozart, Beethovan, Bach, and Brahms were studied during the year. This year marks Mr. Gelfer's seventeenth year of directing the orchestra in Newark High School. l-le began directing in l928. - SCIENCE CLUB President. .......,,.. ..................................................... . . Vice-President ........ Secretary ........... Treasurer ........ Adviser ........ The Science Club is composed of students who are interested and have had experience in the field of science. The club has as its adviser Mr. P. G. Steinberger and meets every other week of the school year in Room 304. The club has been formed to better acquaint its mem- bers with science outside the school curriculum by means of projects. The club chose as its projects for this year the display of products Gene Morin ........Iohn Warner .............Carl Welsch ........Eugene Wagner Steinberger manufactured by prominent indus- tries of Newark and elsewhere. On this project the Science Club was graciously helped by the Haynes Brothers' lewerly Store, which allowed them space in its show window for the display. ' Programs throughout the year have been based on talks by the members and on motion pictures. The club voted to be, and is, af- filiated with the National Science Clubs of America. Page One Hundred Forty Three VARSITY DEBATE Seated-Ursula Lea, Claribell Bush. ' Y ' V' 1' 'V f'Hw 4 Standing-lack Bertsch, Mr. C. P. Smith, Kenneth Colman' ,1,ll,fff,g'fi ADVANCED DEBATE GROUP Row l-lack Bertsch, Gene Morin, Kenneth Colman, William Eckert. Row ZYNOTIHG Richards, Jerry Steinman, Ursula Lea, Claribel Bush, Phyllis Dodge. Row 3--,Chris Evans, Ioan Denman, Mr. C. P. Smith, Frank Spencer, Donna Mossman, William Hand. Page One Hundred Forty-Four DEBATERS ENIOY BIGGEST YEAR IN N.I-I.S. I-IISTOEY In IQ44-45, the forensic representa- tives of Newark High School car- ried out the most extensive and suc- cessful program in their history. Dis- cussing the proposition of reducing the legal voting age to eighteen years, this year's edition of the de- bate team has compiled an all-time record of sixty-two debates won in eighty efforts. This staggering total includes the efforts of four separate teams. The "A" team was composed of Ursula Lea and Kenneth Colman, af- firmative: Claribel Bush and lack Bertsch, negative. The debaters car- ried the burden of Newark's debate activities. Beginning last May, this team took top honors in a tourna- ment at Columbus East with six wins and no losses. In the tournament held at Newark in November, these debaters won five debates and lost only one. Continuing their winning ways, they captured second place in an invitational tourney held in Delaware on December fourth. At the seventh annual Columbus North tournament, Newark once again garnered second place honors. From this point the debates became more important, for the tournaments were no longer of an invitational nature. Elimination now began to determine a state champion. In the District Tournament of the Ohio High School Speech League held in Newark on February seventeenth, this team won the state district championship, winning four debates without a loss. On Friday, February twenty-third, the debaters journeyed first to Co- lumbus East for a dual debate and then to Springfield for the debate finals of Ohio. In this tourney, which included the winners of four other district jousts, Newark won second place. Thus, for the second consecutive year, Newark debaters qualified for National Tournament participation. On March twenty- third and twenty-fourth, Newark High School was host to more than l3O students and coaches, who came, saw, and participated in the Sixth Annual National Forensic League Tournament of Western Ohio. ln this huge meet, Newark turned in a record of first place. The Local "B" team also produced an enviable forensic record. The personnel of this team varied during the season, but for the most part it was made up of William Eckert and Donna Mossman, affirmativep Gene Morin, Frank Spencer, and Geral- dine Steinman, negative. These de- baters won nineteen of their twenty- four debates. The affirmative rec- ord is particularly impressive with eleven wins in twelve debates. To begin the season right this team car- ried off first place in its division of the Columbus East tourney and re- peated the feat at Columbus North by tying with Wooster. In the New- ark tournament, five wins in six debates won them second place honors in the "B" Division, and at Delaware on December fourth they duplicated this accomplishment. Norma Richards and Phyllis Dodge, affirmative: and Ioan Den- man, William Hand, and Chris Evans, negative: comprised New- ark's third debate team. These de- baters gained much valuable ex- perience by participating in two major tournaments, one at Newark and the other at Delaware. The teams were captained by Kenneth Colman and lack Bertsch and were coached by C. P. Smith. Further activities are now being planned to round out this outstand- ing forensic program and to de- velop debaters for future use. With a wealth of experienced material available for next year and a nurn- ber of promising Sophomores ready for participation, the record of this year's team is certain to be enlarged in l945-46. Page One Hundred Forty Five SOPHOMCDRE DEBATE Row l-Beverly Easton, Charlotte Nichols, Patty Mitchell, Mary Carpenter, Carol Koveleski. Row 2-Pat Carey, Herron Mercer, Iames Reusser, Mr. C. P. Smith, Esta Hammond, Patricia Lowery, Suzanne Graves. DEBATE TOURNAMENT Row leDorothy Henzy, Barbara Simpson, Margaret ller, Carolyn Kreitler, lean Hillbrandt, Betty lo Lambert, Irma Mor- gan, Ioan DeMent. Row 2eMaIy Carpenter, Charlotte Nichols, Pat Carey, Pat Lowry, Suzanne Graves, Esta Hammond, Ioanne Kefeuver, Lois Lore, Barbara Hampshire, Pat Deutsch, Patty, Mitchell, Bill Eckert, Donna Mossman, lack Bertsch, Gene Morin, Kenneth Colman, Robert Crawford. Row 3-Pat Folger, Mona Rose Harris, Ioan Denman, Gerry Steinman, Ursula Lea, Norma Richards, Phyllis Dodge, Carol Koveleski, Lester Dispenette, Iames Reusser, Herron Mercer, Claribel Bush, Frank Spencer, Jack Dettre, Robert Lugenbeal, Don Boyd. The other rows contain visitors to Newark. Page One Hundred Forty-Six THE SOPHOMCBE DEBATE GROUP During this school year the Sopho- more debate group worked on the same question as that discussed by the advanced debatersg namely, Re- solved, that the voting age be low- ered to l8. As an outlet for this activity and as a means of stirring up interest in debating in the ninth grade, this group gave exhibition debates at Central, Lincoln and Wil- son Iunior highs. They also assisted in the various tournaments held in the city. In this way five or the number have earned enough points to become members of N.F.L.: Mary Carpenter, Herron Mercer, Pat Low- ry, affirmativep and Pat Mitchell and lim Reusser, negative. DEBATE TCUBNAMENT On November 4, a debate tourna- ment was held here in which seven schools took part-Columbus North, Coshocton, Wooster, Marysville, Co- lumbus East, Delaware and New- ark. The local school placed sec- ond, Winning fourteen out of eigh- teen debates. Newark's class .A team, consisting of Kenneth Colman and Ursula Lea, affirmative, and lack Bertsch and Claribel Bush, negative, Won five debates out of six. The local class B first team, composed of Donna Mossman and Bill Eckert, affirma- tive, and lerry Steinman and Frank Spencer, negative, also Won five of six debates. The second B team, made up of Phyllis Dodge and Nor- ma Richards, affirmative, and Gene Morin and loan Denman, negative, Won four out of six. The debaters discussed the ques- tion of lowering the voting age to eighteen years. Lunch Was served by the Home Economics Depart- ment. Page One Hundred Forty Seven ART STAFF i Row l-Helen Sissecr, Alice Ccrrlisle, Miss Harman, Mcxry Kinney. Row 2-Awcuncx Lou Powell, Keith Farnsworth, Iudy Miller, Not in picture-lczmes Thompson. Cl-IEEE LEADERS Betty Io Fulton, locznne iosephine Sands. Page One Hundred For'fy'Eiqhi Kefuu ver, Phyllis Webb, Sue Thorn, Pot Taylor, Marjorie Lou Myers ART STAFF Adviser ....... Under the guidance of their advis- er, Miss Charlotte Harman, this small group of people furnishes the annual with necessary art work. They supply the insertions, back- grounds, and other drawings needed on snapshot pages and throughout ..,.,...Miss Charlotte Harman the book during the course ot the year. The art group consists of students of the art classes. Their work is purely voluntary. With Miss Har- man's help, they work out original drawing for Various pages of the an- nual. THE CHEERLEADERS Adviser ...... This year the group of cheerlead- ers was made up of two seniors, one junior, and four sophomores. These girls, besides leading the cheers at home and out-of-town football and basketball games, aided in making the decorations for the different sports banquets. , In order to qualify for this activity, the applicant must meet certain ,..,....Miss Florence Myer scholastic requirements much the same as those for the boys' sports. Because of the shortage ot gaso- line and tires, it was harder than ever for the cheerleaders to find a means of getting to the out-of-town games. However, nearly every event found at least one or two oi the seven present. Page One Hundred Forty Nine Q5 Q 45 QHZYEQIEEIIHIEEITBUIHIIUK A I Pace One Hgume ee ATHLETIC BOABD Seated-Mr. Harlow, Mr. Boyd, Mr. l-lanshue. StandingfMr. Barnes, Mr. Schick. The Athletic Board, made of mem- awarding letters, and promoting bet- bers of the faculty under the direc- ter athletic relations with other tion of Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic schools. The board also controls all activities by supervising schedules, money pertaining to athletics. Page One Hundred Fifty-Four GARDNER PICHE COLEMAN GIBLIN COLUMBUS EAST Newark started the l944 season off with a bang by means of victory over Columbus East. Patterson and Gardner took the scoring honors with two touchdowns apiece. Gardner's two six-pointers came on 55- and 64-yard launts. Fleitz and Giblin scored one touch- down each. Giblin's score came when Don Smith, after eluding seven East men, tossed a beautiful pass into the end zone. . East's lone scoring threat came in the fourth period. Newark's punt was short and East worked the ball to the ll, but Nutter slipped through to spill the ball carrier on the next play all the way back to the 29. On East's last play, they advanced the ball to the 125 there Newark took over. From that point on, East never had the ball. COLUMBUS NOBTH' Newark suffered its first defeat in two years, thus breaking a winning streak of 10 games. This defeat was the worst Newark has suffered since 1942, when they were defeated by Mansfield, 31-to-O. Patterson scored Newark's only six-pointer when he intercepted a North pass and out-distanced all North men to the end zone. North outweighed the Newark eleven on an average of 18 pounds to the man. Van Fossen, Bonnie, and Anderson were the spearheads of the North attack. ' Neither team could score in the first stanza, but North rushed over a quick one in the second quarter and were on the go the rest of the Game. Newark outplayed North in the third quarter, but the Polar Bears were too much for the Wildcats. The final score was Newark 6, North 26. Page One Hundred Fifty-Five CROUCH EVANS MESSICK DAVIS LANCASTER Newark started its current C.O.L. season by toppling the Golden Gales of Lancaster 32-to-6. This was the 'Cats' eighth consecutive C.O.L. win. They were last defeated by the Coshocton Redskin in their final game of the '42 season. Newark played a bang-up game all the way. Although the 'Cats were in trouble the first few minutes of play, allowing the Gales to cap- ture the pigskin, Lancaster gave up the ball easily, and Newark was the whole show from there on in. New- ark allowed Lancaster a total gain of 67 yards. Fleitz was the chief ground gainer for the Wildcats. He cashed in for one of the five touch- downs: Patterson, two, Piche, one, and Gardner, one, a 64-yard jaunt. Fritz Plink was the outstanding player for Lancaster. Cook and Messick, of Newark, accounted for the points after touchdowns, both on placements. Lancaster's lone touchdown was scored by Mallory. Page One Hundred Fifty-Six COST-ICCTCN In a game that will go into the record as one of the best played games in Newark High's football history, Coshocton held the Wild- cats to a l3-to-13 tie on the jinx field at Coshocton. Newark has not won a game from Coshocton on their field since Coach Hanshue took over the reigns from "Red" Orr, in 1939. Newark was taken completely by surprise on the kickoff when Sturtz, a freshman back, sped down the right side of the field behind perfect blocking. Sturtz was not touched. "Deacon" Gross scored the other Redskin touchdown. Newark's six-pointers were made by Patterson and Gardner. Patter- son was the standout of the game, playing against a terrific handicap, an injured leg. The final score was 13-to-13. KANE PArrERsoN Cl-IILLICCDTI-IE Newark swamped the Chillicothe Cavaliers 40-to-O. The Wildcats played good ball all the way through the game. Gardner was the mainspring of the Newark attack, scoring three touchdowns for 18 of Newark's 40 points. Patterson scored twice, and Fleitz, once. Messick kicked four extra points. This game put the 'Cats into a three-Way tie with Coshocton and Zanesville, since Zanesville mean- while had tied Dover. The record at this time showed the three teams, with three wins, one tie, and no losses. :2 Q5i3fQE "' " Y, NUTTER DUNN CAMBRIDGE Newark defeated Cambridge on a rain-soaked Cambridge field to re- main tied with Coshocton for first place, Coshocton having defeated Zanesville to end the three-way tie. An inch of water lay on Cam- bridge's Pine Field. This fact made playing tough for Cambridge, but Newark maneuvered like a fleet of ducks. "Pat" Patterson was the whole show at Cambridge, making four out of the five touchdowns chalked up by Newark. He slashed through the mud-faced Cambridge line like one of the army's am- phibious tractors. Later in the game, Hepsworth, who replaced Patterson, scored Newark's final touchdown. Newark made good on two of the five extra points attempted and col- lected two more points on a safety scored on Cambridge in the first quarter. Pat Weiher blocked the kick that made the safety possible. The score was 34-to-O at the crack of the final gun. Page One Hundred Fifty-Seven I FLEITZ HANSHUE KREAGER MARIETTA Marietta's Bengals didn't afford much opposition, during Newark's seventh game of the season, as the Wildcats racked up a 33-to-O victory. Fleitz scored twice, both times on wide, end runs. Patterson scored once, and Gardner, once. Kreager also scored in a very thrilling play. Gardner's run was a 75-yard iaunt. The picture play of the game, how- ever, was Kreager's touchdown run. He intercepted a Tiger pass and galloped 33 yards without a Mari- etta player laying hands on him. Newark's blocking was better dur- ing this contest than in any other game this season. Page One Hundred Fifty-Eight ZANESVILLE In the game which put Zanesville in the spotlight for the second time, Newark defeated the Blue Devils 27- to-0 on the Zanesville field. Zanes- ville was supposed to give the 'Cats a stiff contest, but Newark was never in trouble. Patterson played his best game of the year but didn't score. Mes- sick and Fleitz scored once, and Gardner, twice. As usual, Gard- ner's runs were of the long variety. Messick place-kicked three times for extra points. Zanesville entered Newark's ter- ritory only three times. The Blue Devils were never near the goal and just couldn't gain ground. COOK DAYHUFF BLINE DOVER Newark finished the 1944 football season as co-champions with Co- shocton, as a result of the Cat's vic- tory over Dover. The Crimson Tor- nadoes were a rather powerful team in spite of the score. Gardner scored two touchdowns both in the second quarter. One of these was a beautiful 80-yard run. This scamper came about when Dov- er drove down the field and knocked very hard at Newark's door. The Newark line held, however, and the 'Cats took over the ball. Then Gardner broke loose behind beauti- tul blocking. Fleitz came through with his usual touchdown. It came in the fourth quarter on a wide left-end sweep. Fleitz made a beautiful jump over a man and raced for the score. Mes- sick kicked the point after touch- down. It hit the cross bar and bounced over. The final score was 20-to-0 in Newark's favor. VARSITY SCORES Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark 39 6 32 l3 40 34 33 27 20 Columbus East 0 Columbus North 26 Lancaster 6 Coshocton l3 Chillicothe 0 Cambridge 0 Marietta 0 Zanesville 0 Dover 0 Page One Hundred Fifty-Nine THE 1944 SEASON Row l-lohn lohn, Curtis Horst, Bob Gardner, Edward Lange, Don Schaller, Charles Weiser, Charles Thomas, Don Smith, Bob Hepsworth. Row 2-Coach Ray Schick, Bob Shannon, lim Riley, Bill Goldsmith, Don Huggins, loe Davis, Oscar Giblin, Pat Weiher, lack Dunn, Edward Cook, Bill Fleitz, Don ldle, Fred Bline, Mgr. Row' 3-Coach Max Douglas, Art Nutter, Paul Crouch, Don Kreager, Eugene Messick, Dick Kane, Bill Dayhuff, Bob Evans, Francis Wohlheter, Gene Piche, Dick Patterson, Homer Comisford, Coach Luther Hanshue. The Newark football season started off as a rather Vague affair in the minds of most everyone except Coach Hanshue. He had but four lettermen back from the champion- ship team of the year before. But "Shue" had previously faced simi- lar situations. By the time the first game rolled, around, the team was moulded into a smooth-working out- fit. With Gardner and Fleitz at the two halfback spots Newark had two of the smartest open-field runners in the league. Big Dick Patterson at fullback and Gene Piche at quarter gave Newark a set of backs that banged their way through the op- ponents' line time after time. Al- together they scored 244 points. The Wildcats line-reading from right to left: Nutter, Dayhuff, Cook, Page One Hundred Sixty Kreager, Wieher, Kane, and Mes- sick-allowed but 45 points in win- ning seven games, losing one, and tying one. Newark's season was concluded with a win over DoVer's Golden Gales. In winning this final game Newark tied Coshocton for first place. The only mar on either teanf1's league record was a l3-to-13 tie between themselves. The season ended therefore with Newark being a co-champion with Coshocton of the Central Ohio League. Newark's only loss came at the hands of Columbus North, which had an undefeated season and won the Columbus City championship. Robert "Bobby" Gardner cap- tained the team throughout the year. VARIED SPORTS Hia 5 4 J vlz' H ll - 7 7 ll U al z : I .U ll 1 , 'I Page One Hunderd Sixty-Two 'fauna " ,Z Qifgx ct, W ,X 1 a v as , ww 'V . f"f"-diner ,.. ,W :,. ,.,. 2 ,jg Sz "" ,sf , 1 3. .. ,, 2 Fi W4 22. n tif Il f n lt ' If if C 5969? Page One Hundred Sixty-Three 1 COST-IOCTON Coshocton's Redskins ambushed the Newark Wildcats 48-to-33 in a hard-fought game at Coshocton. Newark's boys fought hard, but Co- shocton had a little more power. The Redskins controlled the re- bounds all through the game. Gross scored 15 points for the 'Skins. The 'Skins jumped into a l3-to-Z, first-quarter lead and were never topped again. The final score again, 48-to-33. LANCASTER Don Smith tossed in a one-handed effort from the side to give Lan- caster a second-half set back 29-to- 27. Thirty-five seconds remained to be played when Smith's to s s swished through the net. Both teams played ragged ball with the ball being tossed away numerous times. Slater was high scorer with seven points, While Messick and Smith had six each. Page One Hundred Sixty-Four MARIETTA Lightfritz and Morris combined to score 30 points and thus outscore the whole Newark outfit as Marietta defeated the 'Cats 35-to-19. Priest and Slater played a bang- up game, but Marietta controlled the ball with their height all through the game. This game was fought very hard, but Marietta's size and experience were the determining factors. DOVER The Wildcats managed to down a good Dover team 33-to-31 in another thrilling encounter. The game was a dogfight all the Way as neither team ever had a large lead. New- ark played one of their best games of the year. They bottled up the speedy Dover cagers and managed to snare their share of rebounds. "Lefty" Thomas entered the ball game with three minutes left to play. He calmed the team down, scored seven points, and generally saved the game for the 'Cats ZANESVILLE Zanesville downed Newark's Wildcats 51-to-48 in a thrilling en- counter on the Zanesville hardwood. White poured in 17 markers for the Blue Devils while Slater, Goldsmith, and Fleitz made 13, 11 and 12 re- spectively. 1 Newark led at the quarter, 8-to-7, and at the half, 23-to-22. At this point the Zanesville attack came to life and it went ahead 39-to-36 at the third quarter. Newark cou1dn't catch up, and so the game ended with the Blue Devils ahead 51-to-48. CAMBRIDGE The Newark Wildcats again came through to defeat the Cambridge Brownies 37-to-33 in the last few min- utes of the game. Goldsmith scored 12: Smith, 115 and Williams, 7 for the balance of the Newark attack. The Brownies were ahead at the quarters 13-to-7, 22-to-13, 26-to-25, but Newark forged into the lead and fi- nally wonfthe game 37-to-33 with a great burst of speed in the fading minutes. COSHOCTON Newark worsted the Coshocton Redskins 42-to-34 in a tight battle on the Wi1dcat's home floor. The scor- ing honor was a battle between Newark's "Shorty" Williams and Coshocton's "Deacon" Gross. Both boys played a fine floor game and ended up with 13 points apiece. The game was a hard-fought af- fair with the lead swaying back and fourth. Slater was lost to the New- ark cause via the foul route. Ritchey took over his post and played a very good game. CAMBRIDGE Newark snowed under the Cam- bridge Brownies in a high-scoring affair at the Brownie gym 63-to-45. The scoring was divided between Williams, 195 Fleitz, 125 and Gold- smith, 11. Smith and Thomas had 7 and 6. Slater was lost to the New- ark cause in the first half again by the 5-foul route. There were 23 fouls called on Newark and 22 on Cambridge. Devall of Cambridge made 10 to 12 foul shots but went out with five fouls himself. Page One Hundred Sixty Five LANCASTER Five men tied for scorning hon- ors as Lancaster gained a victory over the Newark Wildcats by the score oi 38-to-37. Newark was ahead until the last few seconds at which time the Lan- caster quintet tied the score and Went on to win in a double over- time. Altman and Gerkin oi Lancaster and Fleitz, Goldsmith, and Slater of Newark scored eight points. Three of these tive-Fleitz, Gerkin, and Plinke-were lost by the personal- MARIETTA With Lightiritz and Williams scoring 15 and 12 points, Marietta stopped the Newark Wildcats on the Newark floor 37-to-32. Williams made lO of his points in the tirst half while the majority of those col- lected by Lighttritz were in the last quarter. The Bengals went ahead 12-to-4 at the quarter and 22-to-ll at the half. At this point the Wildcats woke up and at one point were within three points of the Benqals. Lightfritz began his scoring attack and the 'Cats never caught up. foul route. Page One Hundred Sixty-Six DOVER Newark lost another heartbreak- er 47-to-45 to an improved Dover team. Dover's victory gave them ample revenge for a defeat handed them by the Wildcats. The 'Cats really gave Dover a score. They were ahead at the half, but the Crimson caught up in the third quarter. Thomas, whose seven points in the last three minutes of play de- feated the Crimson in their first meeting, scored 17 points on eight buckets and a foul shot. Newark lost four men by the 5-foul rule, and Dover, one. ZANESVILLE In the last game of Newark's reg- ular season, the 'Cats came out ahead by a score of 35-to-29 over Zanesville. Bowmen of Zanesville was high scorer for the evening with 12 points while Slater had eight for the 'Cats. The first halt proved very close, and both teams were tied l5-all. Newark went ahead in the third quarter 27-to-22: the Blue Devils couldn't catch up. VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1-Don Smith, Bob Gardner, Walter Williams, Bill Priest, Don Schiller. Row Z-lohn Bozman, Manager, Bill Fleitz, Bill Goldsmih, Carl Ritchey, lack Slater, Bob Thomas, Don Boyd, Manager. Tl-lE BASKETBALL SEASON "What a year!" "What a game!" These and many other remarks were heard about the Newark bas- ketball team during the '45 Cage season. The team was not expected to be of as high caliber as the teams for the last three or four years. Fans found after the season rolled around, however, that though the boys didn't have quite as much natural talent and ability, they made up for their shortcomings by means of their fight and desire to win. Dur- ing the season the 'Cats won ll games and lost 7. The lineup was changed continu- ally, giving everyone on the team a chance to get some valuable ex- perience. With Don Smith, Walter Williams, Bill Goldsmith, lack' Slater, Bill Fleitz, and Don Schaller back next year, and with all the experi- ence they have received this year, they should go a long way. Newark High School is proud of this year's team and of the seniors, Carl Ritchey, Robert Thomas, Bill Priest and Bob Gardner, who have played their last game ot N. H. S. Page One Hundred Sixty Seven T "A" RESERVES Row l-lohnny Iohn, Bob Shannon, lim Riley, Dick Schenk, Don Idle. Row 2-Coach Hanshue, Don Kreager, lack Dettre, Bill Burke, Dick Kane, Francis Wohlheter. Bill Denman, Manager. The "A" Reserves concluded the season with a perfect record for the first time in several years. During the course of the season they turned back some very good teams, mostly by decisive scores. The majority the seventeen games aroused the ex- citement of everyone. The team consisted of many good boys who, in another year, may be the makings of a state championship team for Newark High School. Alonq with the juniors and the sophomores on this years' Varsity Newark may have another team comparable to the winners of former years. Page Cne Hundred Sixty'Eight THE RECORD Newark Opponent 34 Columbus East 3l 50 Coshocton 40 Z9 Berry's Best 22 37 Lancaster , 14 49 Mansfield 45 40 Columbus South 27 3l Granville 27 43 Zanesville 3l 55 Cambridge Z2 47 Coshocton 26 44 Cambridge l9 45 Lancaster 30 50 Columbus Central 32 38 Five Old Men 24 44 Columbus West 33 55 Col. Linden McKinley 13 34 Zanesville 32 V l l 1 l 1 I 1 "B" RESERVES Row 1-William Lavalle, Floyd Beckman, David Miller, Gerald lohnson. Row 24-Maurice Duttins, Coach Hanshue, Curtis Horst, Robert Crawford, Lester Franklin, Harold Pound, Bill Rossel. The "B" Reserves are a continua- tion of the team founded 1ast year when there Was an abundance of material which could not go to Waste. During the year the teams played the Iunior High School All- Stars in twelve games, defeating them in all contests. This arrangement gives people the opportunity to see three games a night and gives the boys a chance to get some very valuable experi- ence. THE RECORD Reserves All-Stars 34 19 33 28 43 14 24 18 33 20 26 18 32 21 50 23 23 15 32 15 34 19 27 19 Page One Hundred Sixty-Nine l 4 TRACK TEAM Row l--Calvin Kyle, lames Paul, Ierry Satierfie-ld, Howard Miller, Bill Priest, Bob Gardner, Charles Logan. Row 2-Oscar Giblin, lack Slater, Gene Messick, Vernon Williams, Dick Patterson, Kenton Campbell, lohn Reber, Frances Wohlheter, Paul Crouch, Homer Comisford Bill Fleitz, Lincoln Nunnelly. NEWARK TRACK The Newark track season ended with only one Complete dual meet for the season. Mansfield clipped the Wildcats' fangs 89-to-29 at Mans- field. Newark never had a chance. The dual meet with Columbus West was going along fine when the rains came tumbling down and left the speedsters ankle deep in water. The team did a good job, however, at Muskingum where the best teams in the state are represented. New- ark placed ninth. Page One Hundred Seventy C.O.L. MEET Newark edged out Marietta 76-to- 68 in the annual C.O.L. track meet to make a clean sweep of all C.O.L. leagues and meets. This made the twelfth consecutive time that New- ark has won this meet. Chillicothe and Zanesville had 42W and 35V2 points respectively. Newark picked up seven firsts, four seconds, two thirds, four fourths, and four fifths. Campbell led the fields with 22 points. 1944 RELAYS 1944 RELAY RESULTS Columbus Central won the fifth annual Newark Relays in a tight race with Columbus East, Columbus West, and Springfield. Central earned 61 points. Newark, on the other hand, coasted to the end of the meet with seven points. There were five records broken with Cleveland Cathedral Latin carting home two of them. The events bettered were the mile run, high jump, 880-yard dash, mile relay, and two-mile relay. Several records were endangered. An ex- pectant highlight of the meet was the appearance of Gil Dodd's broth- er. Dodds is a famous miler, but his brother didn't measure up to expec- tations. Columbus Central Columbus East Columbus West Springfield Mansfield Cathedral Latin Cleveland Heights Newark Delaware Willis Smithville Dodds Zanesville Upper Sandusky Upper Arlington 61 SIM 46V2 4OVz 28 20 U6 8 7 3 U6 2 2 l O points points points points points points points points points points points point points Page One Hundred Seventy One CBOSS COUNTRY SQUAD o Row l-Ted Shell, Ralph Secord, Bill Hand, Robert Beckham, Rober Pratt, Billy Weaver. Row 2gBill Priest, Byron Kreager, Danny Mclntyre, Charles Fisk, Bill Crumrine, Calvin Kyle. Lincoln Nunnelly. Row 3-lunior Lambert, lack Hunt, lack Dettre, Elliott Taylor, Bill Filkosky. lOl'1n Eshelman. The first cross country program resulted in a very successful sea- son, considering that it was the first year of competition for several years. NeWark's bearers Won one dual meet and lost one. They defeated Mansfield, 26-to-31, and lost to Co- lumbus West, 17-to-40. The intramural-squad meets turned out the same with the Reds and Whites splitting. The Whites won 24-to-31, and the Reds, 26-to-30. Page One Hundred Seventy-Two Newark missed second place and a trip to the state meet by three points in the district. Kreager and Kyle received gold medals for com- ing in among the first ten, and Weaver and Beckham got silver ones for coming in among the sec- ond ten. Kreager and Kyle 'ran in the state meet. More than 100 boys started the race. Kyle came in twenty- ninth in the race, and Kreager came in forty-ninth. TENNIS SQUAD Row 1-Clarence Bruckcr, Danny Mclntyre, Ellis Wagenheim, Tom Taylor, Ted Shell, Roger Pratt. Row 2-Bill Howard, lim Siegel, Kenneth Colman, Charles Fisk, lohn Eshelman, Bill Filkosky, Bill Hand. After an absence of several years, tennis was brought back into school- sport curriculum this year. A series of matches were arranged between a group of twenty-four boys and were played at the Owens-Corning courts. The matches were played during the summer and tall months of 1944. .An unusually keen inter- est was taken in the sport which gave some of the boys a chance to brush up on their tennis a little and which also gave them a good chance to Win the trophy that was awarded to the best player. Good sportsmanship was the out- standing factor during all the matches, and many of the partici- pants showed tine form in the qame even though they were not winners. The trophy was awarded to Ted Shell and was inscribed with his name. The matches, which were under the advisership of Mr. A. B. Long, were planned during the middle ot the summer and a schedule was de- cided upon. As many of the out-of-town schools have tennis teams, a plan is now un- der consideration by which certain chosen teams will play an out-ot- town schedule during the summer of 1945. Plans, however, are not com- plete. Pictured above are the boys who took part in the tournament of last summer and fall. Page One Hundred Seventy Three BASEBALL SQUAD Row l-Calvin Kyle, Paul Gutridge, Bill Bline, Sammy DiGia1'1do, Bill Lee, Bob Meckley, Roger Pratt, Earl Baker, Bob Thomas, Bill Priest, Bob Robertson, Richard Reese, Fred Bline, Francis Wohlheter. Row 2eDon Schaller, Ralph Craig, Dick Clark, Ioe Dunn, Kenneth Dames, Augie Deering, Tommy Taylor, Dick Kane, Gene Piche, Dick Patterson, Dick Gamerdinqer, Gene Messick, Bill Dayhuff, Don Kreaqer, lohn Eshelman, Edward Cook, Charles Weiser, Art Nutter. The Iuniors stormed through the intramural baseball season Without a defeat. The Sophomores finished second with two Wins and four losses, and the Seniors placed last with one Win and five losses. Fleitz, a sophomore, finished first in the individual averaqes. Seven Page One Hundred Seventy-Four of the letter Winners were juniors, three seniors, and one a sophomore. They Were, in the order of their point averages earned, as follows: Fleitz, V. Williams, Gamerdinaer, B. Patterson, R. Thomas, R. Pratt, K. Campbell, W. Biine, G. Messick, W. Priest, and W. Lee. GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL Aronud the Table-Nancy Ferguson, Marjie Iones, Ienny Haluczik, Miss Myers, Geraldine Feldner, Phyllis Dodge. The Girls' Athletic Council was organized again for the third year. The main purpose of this organiza- tion is to administer all the games. It decides all the policies to be car- ried out in girls' sports, and it sees that the intramural games function properly. The chairman this year is lenny Haluczik. The other members and their re- spective duties are Nancy Ferguson, hockeyg Phyllis Dodge, volleyball, Ierry Feldner, softball, and Marjorie lones, basketball. The desire of this Council is that the organization might continue in the future. Page One Hundred Seventy-Five GIBLS' VOLLEYBALL Row l-lackie Shoemaker, Dorothy Weaver, Marjorie McAfee, Frances Haley, Phyllis Glaun- singer, Pauline lohnson, Lucille Stradley. Row 2-jenny Haluczik, Helen Huggins, Betty, Bailey, Pat Burgess, Catherine George, lean English, Carol Bebout, Barbara Mackenzie, Carol Lloyd, Margaret Tyhurst, Patty Koman, lane Hill- brandt. Row 3-Margarette Gentry, Shirley Cass, Eileen Buchanan, loanne Woodyard, Harriet Winter, Lola Neighbor, Theresa Wessinger, Della Dillon, Della leon Bush, Iuanita Martin, Bonnie Ditter, Dorinda Smith. Row 4-Betty Young,Barbara De Witt, Margaret Huffman, Beverly De Mar, leanette jury, Faye lones, Norma Neibarger, Mamie Robertson,Alice Carlisle Pat McCracken. Row 54l'hea Call, Pat Walker, lune Whiteheacl,Wancla Warthen, Nancy Ferguson, Dorothy Wright, Betty Waddell, Ioan Clark, Pat Taylor, Peggy Lammers, Susan Haslop. Row 5fBetty Stebelton, Phyllis Webb, Marjorie jones, Marjorie Lou Myers, Emmajean Cass, Sue Thorn, Marthalee Wolverton, Coralie Roberts, Margaret Smitley, Ann Gutriclge, Virginia Fow- ler, Claribell Gentile. Row '7-Irma Shannon, Anne Wessinger. This year, as always, the turnout for volleyball was larger than any other sport. The junior team, cap- tainecl by Esther English was the Winner. The other teams and their captains Were, seniors, Carol Bie- bouty juniors, Eileen Buchanan, sophomores, Grace Shaw, Narolla Page One Hundred Seventy-Six Baker, and Donnajean Bush. The outstanding senior players were Dorothy Berry, june Carver, and Norma Neighbarger. The best sophomore players Were Donnajean Bush, Phyllis Webb, and Pat Tay- lor. Among the outstanding junior players were Marjorie McAttee, Esther English, and Phyllis Dodge. GIBLS' BASKETBALL Row l-Helen Huggins, jackie Shoemaker, Dorothy Weaver, Marjorie MacAfee, Esther English, Phyllis Dodge, Marjorie jones, Maxine lacobs, Mary Louize Glaunsinger, jerry Feldner, Susan Haslop. Row 2--Alice Carlisle, Shirley Cass, Eileen Buchanan, Ioanne Woodyard, Catherine George, Lola Neighbor, Nancy Ferguson, Norma Neibarger, Thesesa Wessinger, Carol Bebout, Marthalee Wolverton, Ann Gutridge, Irma Shannon. Row 3-jenny Haluczik, Margarette Gentry, Margaret Huffman, Della Dillon, Norma Waddell, Beverly DeMar, Jeanette lury, Pauline johnson, Louise I-lartshorn. Row 4-lane Carver, Barbara DeWitt, Sue Thorn, Donna lean Bush, Dorothy Wright, loan Clark, Pat Taylor, Phyllis Webb, Claribelle Gentile, Virginia Fowler. Bow 5-Betty Stebelton, Pat Walker, june 'Whitehead Wanda Warthen, Marjorie Lou Myers, Harriet Winters, Marjorie Knappes. There was no Winning team at the time of the 1945 yearbook Went to press. The senior team, captained by Marjorie lones, and the junior team, captained by Esther English, Were tied for first place. The other senior team was captained by Lola Neighbor. Marthalee Wolverton captainecl the other junior team. The sophomore team Was captained by Clarabelle Gentile. Outstanding performances were turned in by the following seniors: leannette jury, Louise Hartshorn, lenny Haluczik, Lola Neighbor, and Mary Louise Glaunsinger. The best junior players were loan Woodyard, Esther English, jerry Felder, Martha- lee Wolverton, and Shirley Cass. Among the best sophomore players were Pat Taylor, Phyllis Webb, Clarabelle Gentile, and Anna Gul- ridge. Page One Hundred Seventy Seven Abbott, loanne ....,,,............Y....., Abbott, Marion Yvonne ...,...,. Adzic, loseph ..............,...... Albery, Eva Mae ................ Alberry, Neil Weston ,...... Alexander, Annabelle ....,.,.. Allen, Barbara ........,,......,,. Allen, Torn .,.........,............., Alspach, Miss .....,................... Amos, Capt. Carroll A ........ Amos, Ella Mae l........,....... Anderson, Ardeth ...,.,....,. Anderson, Clyde Ir ....... Anderson, Eugene .......... Anderson, Iames H ......... Anderson, Ierry ........... Anderson, Paul .,,......... Anderson, Robert .,.....,........ Ankele, George Louis ....... Antritt, Eugene .,.,.....,.... Arbaugh, Edith ................ Armbruster, Iames H ......... Arnold, Adelia Grace ......,.. Ash, Carolyn ..................., Ash, Oralice Lillian .,....... Ashbrook, Bobby ........,... Ashcraft, Ianis loan ...,.,... Asher, Betty Lou .....,,,,,.. Athan, Esther .............,.,, Atherton, Robert .....,. Atherton, William ........,. Attlee, Marjorie Ann ....... Attlee, Mildred ..,,,,,.,,,, ...,..,.,l5U, 124, 54 .,......1UU ,,....,.1U2 ..,.,,..1UU .......27 ...,,..86 ...,..,.106 ..,,,,,,106 .......86 ......98 .........109, 120, 132, 54 126, 138 ........1OO 138 ......,.,8U, 122, 128 .......lll, 120, 180, 54 94 INDEX Ault, Curtis Henry ................. Azbell, William Franklin ....,,..,, B Backenstos, Martha Iane ......,.... Bagent, Ethel .......,................. Bailey, Bettie Mae .............. Bailey, Lawrence ............ Bailey, Marjorie Ann ..,,,... Baird, Mrs. Mary C ........i. Baird, Robert .........i....,,.,,, Baker, Earl .................. Baker, Naroella ............ Ballengee, Iohn O .............. Ballinger, Edward P .,,,.... Ballinger, Eula Mae ...,.,... Ballentine, Wanda ......,........ Barclay, Ronald Kenneth ,.,...,. Barcus, Barcus, Barnes, Barnes, Barnes, Barrett, Barrett, Barrett, Arthur ,..,...,...........,,.......... Margaret Ellen Rosalee... Barbara Ann ..........,......,. Mrs. Mary E ............... Mr. O. 1 .,.....,...... . Mary Alice .......,........... Ralph ,.., ..,,.,.......,...,........, Richard Ellsworth .......... Barrick, William lackson ...,...... Barstow, Eugene C .,.,........ Barstow, Marilyn .....,........... Bates, Martha ....,.,..,.........,.,... Baughman, Verna Louise ......,. Bauman, lohn ........,....,.....,,.,,..,,...,. Baurngartner, Bernadine Mae... Bay, Harry .,..,...,....,....,,..,,........,..., .......15, U86 .......54 124, 54 86 80, 128, .,,,...39, 122 298 174 . .,.... 83 ..,...,86 U86 102 ...,...54 fs 106 136 ....,...8o, 154 .......23, 36, ........l24, 54 106 80, 132, 128, ffffffffQQfffQi'26f' ........l2O, 124, .........l3O, 128, 118, 142 80 54 54 54 77 ...,,.,,lOU CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1945 QA., QM d':EAs ooEs'rT"r c'os'T",,f,-. IT -bA7?71:b Page One Hundred Seventy-Nine 'SNOW USE' ' Beaver, Kay ................., Bebout, Carol Marie ...... Bebout, Mary lane ......... Bebout, Tula Marie ...... Beck, Robert ...............,.... Beck, Sally ,............. ................. Beckham, Robert David ..,.... Beckman, Carol lean .... Beckman, Floyd Ray .....,.... Beeney, Alice Arlene .....,. Beeney, Martha Grace ...,,., Beesler, Charlotte ............ BOQQS, Boqqs, Boggs, 1 76, 177, 54 Frances Virginia ,,,., ,. 126 128 Mary Frances .....,.., ....... 8 0, 122, ' ' 102 William ,................,,,,. , 104 126, 186 Boring, Mary Bosscawen, Fredrick Da1e........., ....,...86, 128 100 Bowden, lerry..,.....,........,....,. .,Y.Y..Y.102, 104 ,,,,,,,,,86, 140, 172 Bowers, ........132, 55 Boyd, Donald ,,,,.,.,,,,,86, 169 Boyd, Donald W.,.......75, 116, 120, 132, 146, 140, 167, 55 Boyd, Miss Florence .,...,...,86, 126, 136 Boyer, Boyd, Mr. Frew C .... Mary Elizaheth ......,... Beqley, Nancy ,,,......... ...,,.....,.......... 9 4 Boyer, VIFQIHICI ...,.............,.,,, Bell, Forest Wayne ,,,,, ,,,,A.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B oylan, Margaret Eleanor ..... Benner, Garry .......,,,.... .....,...,..................,.,.,,........... 9 4 BOY1eS, Edith ................,...V....... Benner, Monagene ,............, ....,.... 8 0, 122, 126, 128, 134 Boyles, RO13eI'1 .................,........ Bennett, Donald ................,.Y.. ,...,.c...................,.............. 5 5 Bozman, lohn .,...,........ 120, 132, 75, Bermerman, Mary Anne ......,.,. .....,.,,.......,..,..,.....,....,Y. 1 O6 Bracken, Iohn .,,................,..,,......,........ Berry, Dorothy ...,.....,.........,..... . .. ,. ...V..... 124, 53 Braddock, Ruth .........,..... Berry, Ellen ........,.. ............,..,.........,.,..........,.... 1 18 Braden, Charles Vernon ........ Berson, Mary ...,,...... .,..,.......,.,...............,..,..,..,....... 8 6 Bradley, Donna Gene .....,,,,, Bertsch, lack H ..........,. ....... 1 10,12U, 77, 144, 146, 55 Bradford, Barbara .,.........r, Betz, Benton .....,.......,,..,.... ....,..,,......,..,.,,....,.,....... 1 30, 55 Bradford, lohn ,....,......... Bevard, Edward Allen ..... ....,.... 8 6, 142 Braid, Marie .....,..,,.,..........,. Bibart, Florence ....................., ...,........., 5 5 Branscome, Mr. John ........ Beiberbach, Iohn Paul ......,.,, ,..,.,,,,,, B ranscome, Nancy ,,,,,,,,, Bishop, Wyona ...............,.., .....,,...,.....,......, ,...,,,., B r atfisch, Karl ....,...,.,... Bixler, Hazel Margaret ,,.,.,.. ........,..,....,...,,,....,r......,... 1 O6 Braunbeck, Lucille ....,,.,,,,... Blake, Betty Lou ...,........,.. .,.,,.... 8 6, 116, 128, 126, 142 Brehrn, Robert ...........,,,,.......,.. Bland, Ralph Eugene ....... .,........,......,......r,,,,..,,.....,., 9 8 Brohard, loanne Mercedes... Bland, George .................. .............,,.,..,,,,,.,,l,.,,,,,,, B rookover, Winitred .,.,......, Blirle, Fred ..................... ,...... 1 59, 160, 174, 55 Brown, Barbara Ann ..,...... Bline, William ......,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, K ,,,, 1 74 Brown, Edith ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, Blizzard, luanita .....,.... ,,,,,..r, 1 O2 Brown, Emogene ....,....,,.,,., B1OCk. 1U1'1iOr ............ ,..,... 9 8 Brown, Frances Louise .......,. Blodqett. Evelyn ........ ....... 9 8 Brown, Mr. George W .,,,....... Bob, Molly 1-Ou ......... .....,,.. 1 06 Brown, Herman Eugene ......,,.. 116, 77, 154 .,..,,,..102, 114 """"'Mi1ifiZi5, .,....,.,132 167, 183, 55 128, 142, 55 55 126 86, 126, 158 .l5, 80, 142 113, 118, 122 86, 111, 136 136 40, 41 Congratulations. To the Class of 1945 Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity I. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. 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Carey, Patricia Elaine ..,..., Brown, Mary L ..,.,,,. ................. 9 8 Brown, Max ...,,...,...... ....... 1 40, 80 Brown, Richard ....... ...............------ 9 4 Brown, Robert ....... ....,................................................. 9 4 Brown, Ruth .,.......,.,,,,........................................... 140, 130, 55 Brucker, Clarence .............. 116 120, 132, 142, 173, 161, 55 Brutchey, James .....................,........,..,.,..................,........... 102 Bryan, Robert Edward .,.................,,........,.....,.................... 86 Buchanan, Eileen Mae ...,,..... ,...... 8 0, 116, 122, 176, 177 Buchanan, Muriel ............,..... ..................,................. Buchman, Helen .....................,... ......,. 8 6, 126, 138 Buckingham, Marjorie N ..V...... Budd, Donald McClain .....,.,. ,.....,,,130, 124, 56 Carpenter, Carpenter, Carpenter, Carpenter, Carson, Doris Pauline ...... Emma lean ......... Mary ......,.........., Ruth ............... Betty Lou ..........,.. Buehler, Paul ......,.,.........,,., Burcher, Ruth Ann ..........,. Burgess, Patricia Ann ......,. Burgess, Shirley Ann ....... Burke, William Eugene .,... Burnley, Joe W .........,. 176 168 Carson, Carson, Carter, Carter, Carver, leannie ...,............,.,.. William Edward ,... Betty lean .......,.,........ Clara ..........,............ lane Bruce .,.... 176 136 ........80, .......86, 80, 138, 148, 176, 140 177 , 56 Cash, Mr. Robert .,..,,... Castle, Betty lane ,.,.. ..,...,86, 126, 1 36, 146 124, 184, 56 126 56 ...,....177, Castle, Heraldine ,,.,.... .........,.......................,.............. 8 7 Cass, Emmajean ....., ......,,...,..,...,.,.,..,....,.,,,,... 1 26, 176 Cass, Shirley Ann ...,... ,........ 8 0, 118, 126, 136, 176, 177 Chaney, David ............ ..........,...........,.....,,,..,,..........,... 1 02 Channell, Herbert ..,........ ....,,,. Channell, Kenneth ........,. Charles, Beatrice S ............. Burson, Mary ..................,, ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, 1 26 Burtner, Marilyn .,,,,,,,..,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 8 0 Burton, Ellsworth Harry .,...,. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 5, 130, 56 Busby, Betty ....,..................,. ...,,...,.,,,,.... 1 ..86, 136 Busby, Irma lane ..... .....,., 1 20, 142, 75, 56 Busby, loan .................. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 8, 100 Busby, Pearl Addie ,,,....,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 , 126, 136 Bush, Claribel ...,,,,,,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 20, 136, 146, 56 Bush, Donnajean ....... ......... 1 9, 86, 140, 176, 177, 153 Busler, Charlotte .......,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 02 Butcher, Mary lean .,.....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6, 126, 136, 140 Butler, Alice .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6, 126 Butler, Harry ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,-,-,,,,,,,---,-,,,, 9 4 Byer, Dorothy Ellen .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 8 6, 126 Cagney, Alice...',.... Caqney, Fred ........ C oe Cheetham, Ruth Dolores ....... 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E ..,.... ....... 2 7 Davis Oren .............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Dickey, Floyd B .,........ .......... 9 8 Davis Pe-gov Nan ........ ..........,...,........,...................,, 1 34, 58 Di Cola, Lucy .......,.,. ........., 8 7 Davis Sherwood H .....,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 118 Diebold, Bob ,,,,.....,,,,,,, ,.....,... 8 1 Dayhuff, Earl Wi111Gm ...... 120, 159, 160, 75, 174, 180, 58 Di Giando, Sammy ...,,...... ......,.....i..... 1 74 Dean, Marie Eleanor .....................,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.l,,,,1,,,,,,,, 81, 58 Dlldine, Dorothy Ann ,......., ,..,........., 8 7, 136 Dean, Richard Walter ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Diller, Tracey ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 U2 Debevoise. lohn Louis ........... ,,,,,,1.,, 8 1 Diller, Vaida ...........,...., ........ 8 1, 124, 136 Debevoise, Ralph Eugene ....... ,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Diller, Wanda ..,........, ...,,.........,...., 1 20, 58 D9Cke1', V9191'1Cl -.-...Y................ ,,11.......,..,,., 1 U2 Dillon, Della Mae .....,..,. ....,.. 6 7, 136, 176, 177 Deeds. 111119 --Y-------.v..,......... ..................... 1 00 Dillon, Shirley ...,....... .....,......,................. Deenis. Carmen -.-.-.----...... ...,,.,., 1 20, 142, 58 Dilts, Eleanor ......,...........,..... ........... 8 1, 118, 77 DQQIUS. R0b9l'1G ....--.-............ ..,,...,, 8 7, 126, 142 Dine, George ,.,...,....,........,...... .................... 9 4 Deering. Al'1CJ91CI Leona .....,... ,,,.,,.,.,.,,,,,.,...., B 7 Dispennette, Lester Eugene ..... ........ 8 7, 146 CONGRATULATIONS . . . CLASS May Your Future Be Built On That Sure Foundation You Laid For Your- selves In Your Work At Newark High OF 1945 SUCH IS THE WISH Of Newarlos Big Furniture S t o r e That Boasts of Having EVERYTHING FTJB,'T11E EUJAIE. in-"!x'fKl'.! 3.5235 01 THE AREA DI-I K UNIUN BLUIIK NEWAIIKII 1906 "Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive" 1945 Page One Hundred Eighty-Seven v 102 Y L Compliments W to Class of "45" BETTY GAY Dispennette, Norma lean ...,,.., Dztter, lo Ann ..,.........,,,,,,..,,, Ditter, Bonnie leanne ...,............, Dodge, lack ...........,.,,.,A....A....,.., 140 81, 126, 136, 176 Dodge, Phyllis Gene .,.. 81, 130, 126, 144, 146, 140, 175, 176 Dodge, Shirley Mae ,.,.............1... Doll, Lyle ........,..,.,...,.,,,,,,,,...,..,... Dollison, Donald ..,............. Donavon, Francis jack .,.,.,.. Dorn, Miss Helen P .,,,,,,,,,,,,, Douglas, Mr. Maxwell .,....... Dowds, Dowler, Lou Ann .,,,..,.,,,,,,,,.,. La Verne ,.,,..,................ Dowling, Mr. Charles R. Driskell, Drumm, Duffins, Duncan Duncan, Myra lean .,.,......... Maurice Lee ,.,l. lr ........ Eula Lee ,,,,..,.,,.,...,.. , Carl ...,.,,,..,..,.,,,.... Mabel Virginia ....... BUYING or Just, L EN, 1 f ' ,xx .fin i f'-1-. 910V 27 1' FP'f'f 9 L ", no-5? lc 9 L Ki H 1. a , A - '22 at LOOKING YoU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT 'E W ......,...106 .,.......38, 134 160 ...,...81, 122, 128 .....,.102, 104 140 169 126, 138 Dunlap, Elmer ..,............... ....,.......,.,,..,l,l 8 7 Dunn, lohn Frederick .,,,l,, .,,,,,, 1 57, 160 Dunn, Ioseph ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l,,,,,,,,, 1 74 Dunn, Virginia ..........,..., .......... 1 06 Dustheimer, Elojean ...,..,...,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 9 Dutcher, lack Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,l,,,, 8 7 Dwiggens, Walter Eugene ....,.,., ,,,...,,,,,,,,, 5 B Dyer, Letha lean ,,.,,.,,,..,.,,,,,.,,,,, ,,.l,,,,,l.,,,,, 1 O6 Dyer, Phyllis Irene ..................,.,. ..,,,,,,, 1 30, 58 E Easton, Beverly Ann ...........................,,.,,,,.,.,,..,.. 87, 136, 146 Eckert, Mr. Charles A .....,,,,,,,,, Eckert, William Dean .,.. 116, 118, 120, 77, 132, 144, 146, 58 Edmunds, Barbara Lou .....,....... Edwards, Marjorie E .,.,.,.. Edwards, Mr. P. Edwards, Sally.. B .....,.., Ellis, Ianet .,,.,.,,.,,,,,,, Elmore, Ivey ,.... Emerson, Mary Engle, luanita, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, English, Esther Mae ..,..,..,l.,. Ennor, Barbara Mary ..,.. ,......,., Eshelman, Donald David ......... Eshelman, lohn Leo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,, Essig, Roger ...,... 33 .......124, 140 59 ......,81, 176, 177 87 ffffffflffflffQfff1QfQffffa1 15, 109, 172, 173, 174, 59 Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Ewah, Evdng Agnes ......,....,.,.l. Betty .,.,.....,.,,,.,,,,,,, Dolores Aileen .... 116, 126 Evon Christopher ..,....,, ,,..,,.. 1 5, 81, 116, 132, 144 George .......,...,...,.,... Marjorie ..,.,.,..,,,,, Naomi ,.,.,.. ,.,. 1 Robert Miller ......, Bruce .............,..,.. Janice ....,..,,l.,. gieqrg. " O , L Q? 1 -1 af King s Page One Hundred Eighty-Eight Ewing, Robert .,,,,., ,... Fadley, Alice ..... F ,, ........................,.....,.....,..,..... 94 120, 132, 156, leo, 59 ........94 Fadley, Opal Louise .......,. .,,, Fairall, Mary Belle ,....,,,,,. Fairall, Marjorie Ann ......,, Fairall, Ruth Ann ,.,....... Fairchild, Elizabeth .....,. Faller, Virginia Mae ........ Farnsworth, Keith .......... Fatig, Bernard .............. Fatig, Raymond Feaster, Feiber, O ...,,.... Patricia ......... Annabelle ......... 136 ...,,...,102 ,....,.,....81, 148 .......87, 142, 140 Feldner, Florence E ....... .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 126, 136 Feldner, Geraldine ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, 175, 176, 177 Feldner, Mary Lou .............,.,...,.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 126 Ferguson, Nancy ......,, 81, 118, 122, 77, 128, 175, 176, 177 Ferrell, Lester ..,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Field, Margaret Ann .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 128, 138 Field, Robert Dudley .,.,.,.., Fields, Dorothy ................. Fields, Mary lo .,,,,.....,., Fields, Mildred .............,.. 138 138 ..,.,...87, 126, 126, Filkosky, William Iohn .,..... .,...... 5 1, 172, 173, 59 Finckel, lo Ann ,.,,.,,,,.., Finkle, Cornelia ........ Finkley, Mary Lee ....... Finney, 1-larlan ........, 113, 122 Fish, Donna Iean ..................., ........ 8 1, 128 Fishbaugh, Pvt. Emerson ........ .....,.... 2 7 Fisher, Charles .,....,.....,............,.,.......,....,.,............,.,.,........ 108 Fisher, Ruth Evelyn .....,..........,.,.,............ ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 1 06 Fisk, Charles Thomas .... 15, 81, 110, 114, 116, 172, 173, 161 Fisk, Richard .,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,....,.,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,1,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88 Flanniqan, Janice ...........,,...,....,.....,....,,..,,......,,,,.,.,.,,..,,.,,.. 101 Flanniqan, Paul ,.....,...,..,..,....,,..,,,,.,.,,,..,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Fleitz, William Ryan ......., 81, 158, 16'J, 167, 170, 152, 162 Fleming, Miss Edilh ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,1,1,1,A,1,i1,,,11,11,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87 Florian, Donald E ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,1,,,,,,,,1,,,,1,i,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 20, 59 Flowers, Dan ............11.,. ..,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,1,,1,,,,,,,,,1,,,,, Fluhart, luanita ......,.. .,....,. 8 1, 124, 128, 134, 138, 140 Fluhart, Richard ....... Fluharty, Carol ...,.,... Folqer, Pat ........,....1 ,.,,,,.,, 8 8, 126, 136, 146 Forbes, Charles ......, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,, ,.,,,. 1 0 2 Ford, Evelyn ........,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,4,,,, 9 8 Forqrave, Clyde ..,.,... ,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 128, 186 Forshey, Pauline .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,1,, , ,81 Forsythe, William E .,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Foster, Lilly ..,...,,.,,,,,,,,,, AA,,,,, 9 4 Foster, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,, ,A,,,,, 8 1 Foulk, Robert ......,.,..,.,,.,,...,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,11,,,,,,,,,,1,,1 8 1 Fouts, Barbara Iacquelyn ,.,.,,,, .,,,,.,.,1,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w - ,,,, Fowler, Iean Maxine .,..,.,,,,,, ,.,1,,,,, 1 22, 120, 1353, 59 Fowler, Virginia ................. .r,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 176, 177 Fox, Elden Gail ..,...,.,,,, ,,,,,11,,,,,,..,,,,w,,,,,,w,, 8 1 Fox, Gloria lean ..........,.,,.v ,1,,,,,,,,, 1 05 Francis, Barbara Lou ..,,,,, Francis, Bonnie Mae .,...,. Francis, Iunior Alvin ........ Franklin, Lester .,.,,.,,,,,, 138 9 16 Franz, loan ............. ,..,.... 1 30, 128, 53 Franz, Ronald ,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Freeman, Blanche ,,,1,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,-,,,w,,,,,1, 5 9 Frey, Doris, ...,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,11,,,,,,,,---,-,-, 1 31, 59 Frey, Muriie Ann ............ ....,.,.., 8 1, 124, 128, 140 Frey, Mary Alice ....,..,..,.,.., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, 8 8, 136 Friend, Russell Clayton ,,,,..,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,1,,,,, 8 8 Frush, Donald ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11,,v,Y,,, Fry, Ruth ...,,..,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, 1 C6 Fry, Ruth Ann ............... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,,,1,, Frye, Claire Frances ,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,, 8 8, 126, 138 Frye, Helen Lucille .......... ......,....,..,,,,,,.......,..... 1 22, 124, 60 Frye, William Richard ..............,,,,,,,,.1.,, ,.,,,,,,,1,,,,,1,,,, 8 8, 142 Fulkerson, Frances ....,,.,.,.,,,,. 19, 122, 0, 124, 75, 149, 60 Fullen, Iames D ............ ..................................,..........,,..,.... 8 8 Fulton, Betty Io .,.,,...., .........,..........,.........,. 8 l, 148, 153 Fulton, Mary .....,........ .,., ,................. Funk, Bettie Irene ........ .......,...... ..,..... 8 1 , 106 G Galbraith, Eugene ,,,,,,,.,,,,....,,,,,., ....... 9 8 Gamble, Raymonde Lee ....... . Gamerclinqer, Earl .,....,..,,.. Gamerdinger, Richard ....... Gard, Ens. Charles F .,.... Gardner, Betty May ......,.. 161 124 1 74, ,.,.....8l, Gardner, Bale ..,...........,....,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,1,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Gardner, Robert ...,,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 102, 132 Gardner, Robert Meade ...,,.., 75, 109, 114, 120, 155,1160, 167, 170, 152 Garee, lames .........,..,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Garee, Ralph ,..........,,..,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Garrison, Edna Mae ..,..,..1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Garver, lean ...........,,..,,,.,. ,,,,,,,, 1 20, 180, 60 Garver, Yvonne ,.,,,,,,,,,, 126 WESLTERN PRODUCTS Inc. West Congratulations to all High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE CARLILEYS FURNITURE AND RUG CO. N ewark's Dependable Home Furnishers Main at Arcade Newark, Ohio Page One Hundred Eighty-Nine EVERT BUCY LUMBER CO. LUMBER 81 BUILDERS SUPPLJES Sixth 81 Wilson Phone 2926 Congratulations to the Class of 1945 E L L I 0 T T ' S Hardware Store 16 West Main Street Page One Hundred Ninety Gaunder, Ann ............,...,............,. ------,- 3 1 Gaydos, loseph .,...,......................... ---------- Geidenberqer, Clarence Boss ......... ,....,.,................ -.-. 8 3 Gelfer, Mr. Sam .....,.........,,............,. ....................... 3 8, 142 Gentile, Clarabelle Anna ........ Gentry, Marqarette ............... George, Kathryn ................ Giblin, Oscar ................... Gildow, Shirley Ann ......., Gilham, Charles ................ Gilham, lames L .....,,............ Glassmeier, Norma Lois ......... Glass, Eleanor ..................,.... Glaunsinqer, Barbara ...........,. Glaunsinger, Mary Louise ..... Glecker, Ethel .,.,.................... Glecker, Lawrence ..,..,...... Glecker, Marjorie ........ Glover, Frances ,,..Y....... 88, 138, 176, 177 ,,.....l38, 176, 177, 60 176, 177 .........l55, 160, 170, 60 ........81 ,. ........ 82, 124 .,.,..l76, 177, 60 .,..........88, 138 ........60 Glover, Russell .......,...,...... ........ 3 8 Glover, Wilber Clackl ......... .................. 8 2 Goble, Effie Mae .,.............. ............,.........................,.......... Goldsmith, Betty ...,..,.,.... ..............,........,.,....... 8 8, 116, 126 Goldsmith, Bill Dean .......,..,..... 82, 160, 142, 167, 161, 163 Gonser, Ada Mae ...,,..,.. ..................,......,,.,.......,,........... 6 0 Goocllett, Martha ...,... ....................................,......., 9 4 Goodin, Harold .............. ..,........................... 1 06 Goss, Iune Eileen .,..,,.,. ..........,...................,.... 8 2 Grace, lack .,.................... ......... 1 20, 132, 142, 60 Graham, Betty lrene .,Y,...... .............. 8 2, 118, 136 Graves, Suzanne .....,..,.,..,. .................... 8 8, 126, 146 Gray, Harold ......................... ...,.,....,.,. 1 20, 132, 142, 60 Green, Marion fBuddyl ........ ......, 8 2, 110, 118, 77, 142 Green, Shirley Anne ......... ......,,...,.,..............,i 8 2, 136 Greenlee, Dorothy ............. ...............,....,,.,,........,,. 1 26, 60 Gregg, Harold Frank ........ ........,..,...,..,.,...,.,.,........,..,.,...... 8 8 Gregg, Mary Nan .,........ ......,........,..,........................ 8 8, 138 Griffith, Betty Irene .,..,... ......... 1 9, 82, 124, 140, 152, 153 Griffith, lohn Gary .....,.. ..,,..,,..,.....,,...,....,,..,................ 1 06 Griffith, William ................ ....,,,. 8 4 Grobowski, Mr. B. T ....,.. .,,............... 3 7 Groome, Lt. C. A ........... ......,............... 2 7 Grooms, Theodore ....... ......,.,.,,.,.,,.,,...,,,,,....., 8 2, 118, 142 Guanciale, Dan ........ ....,..,.,.,.,...,....,,,....,....,,,.,.,.,,,,..,.,,.,.... 9 4 Guthrie, Shirley .................... 19, 82, 109, 124, 128, 134, 142 Gutridqe, Mildred ..,.,., ,.,...,...........,................., 8 8, 176, 177 H Haas, Ellener .,...... Haas, Philip .,............. Haga, Howard ...........,,. Haqans, lohn Lee lr ....... Haque, Darlene ......,...,.. Haque, Robert .,.,.,.,..,., Haines, Patricia ......,...,. Halhlaub, Mary Louise .... Hale, Mary Ann .....,...... Haley, Frances ,...,..,......, Hall, Marjorie Ann .....,.. Hall, Mary Ann ....,.... Hall, Mildred ,,,,.,,... Hall, Nancy Lee ......... Hallisy, leanette ..... I-laluczic, Frank ,...,.,....,,. Haluczic, Ienny .................. Hammond, Alyce lean ....... ...... Hammond, Esta ........,,......,.,.......,...,.., Hammond, Vernon Carlisle .......,.,... Hampshire, Barbara .,.,.,.,......... Hand, Mary lo ..................,,.. .,......so ,.......94 ........a2 ........94 1.......aa ........aa 176 128, 126 116, 126 ,,.........l75, 176, 177, 61 88, 128, 126, 146, 142 ,,,..,...l11, 120, 132, 61 126, 146 120, 61 Hand, Raymond William .................. 82, 144, 172, 161, 180 Handel, Betty lean ...,,,,..,,..., Handel, Larry .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., Hannahs, Rodney ,.,,.,,,.,..,,..,.,.. Hannigan, Martin Eugene ..,...,,..,,,,,, 132, 61 Hannum, Wznifred .,.,..,..........,....,....,..,..,,, 19, 116, 140, 153 Hanshue, Mr. Luther .........,........ 37, 154, 158, 160, 168, 169 Hare, Martha Ann ,....,.... Harlow, Mr. Paul ......... ........ 3 7, 154, 162 Harman, Cecil B ....,........ ...,...,................ 6 1 Harman, lune .........,............ .,.,....... 8 8, 126 Harman, Miss Charlotte ........ ...,.... 3 9, 148 Harmon, Rosalie ....,......... ............... 1 02 Harper, Donna ......... ..................... 9 4 Harris, Chloe Anne .......,...........................,...,............ 102, 104 Harris, Harry .....,.,.,.,.....,............................................ 102, 104 Harris, Mona Rose .......... 88, 116, 118, 126, 142, 146, 140 Harris, William lames ....................,.,....,,...................,, 130, 61 Harter, Charles ..,,....,...........,., .........,. ......................... 1 0 6 Hartman, Beverly Anne ..,....,.. ...... .,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,........ 8 2 Hartman, Richard ......,.......,,,.. ............,..,.,............ 1 06, 108 Hartshorn, Louise ..........................,... 116, 120, 122, 177, 61 Harvey, William F ...............,.,...,......,.,.....,.............,.........,.. 82 Haslop, Susan Elizabeth ..,..... 82 114, 116, 122, 176, 177 Hauman, Margaret .........,.....................,...,..,..,.........,..,,...... 102 Hawke, Miss Mildred A ..,.,,,., ,.,,,,....,.......,,,,,.,.,, 3 8, 124 Haycook, Bonnie .......,.,,.,... ....,... 8 8, 126, 142 Hayes, Meloa ,,....,.,........ .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Haynes, Charles .......... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30, 61 Haynes, Harriett ............. .....,,,,.,....,.,,....,,,,,, Haynes, Phillip Robert ...,,...., ......1 8 2, 132, 128, 142 Heatwole, Donald ...,,.,......,,,.,.... ...,....,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 8 Heatwole, Robert Edmund ........ ..,,,,,., 1 16, 130, 61 Heckelman, Mr. E. H .,........ Heckman, Lee Wayne ....... Helphrey, Barbara Ann ........ ....,,..,,,.,.,1 1 26, 140, 61 Helser, lanice Mae ,.........,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, 8 8, 126, 142, 140 Heminger, Warren ,.......,.,.....,.., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 8 Henderson, Ralph Eugene ..,..... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Hendrea, Gloria ..,.............,.,. ,,,,,,, 9 4 Henry, Clyde .........,,,,...., ,,,,,,, 9 4 Henry, Freda Maxine ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 8 Henry, Vllilliam H ........... ,,,,,,,,,, 9 8 Henson, Maurice ...,.... ....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 11 Henzy, Amy .,...........................,.......,...,...,........,l,l.,,.,,,, 98, 100 Henzy, Dorothy Rose .,.....,...... 19 75, 110, 114, 116, 118, 120, 122, 146, 62 Hepsworth, Robert Douglas ....... Hepsworth, Les Paul ....,.....,.. Herman, Bonnetta Iune ........ Hershberger, lohn Wayne ......,. Hickinbotham, William ..,.,.,..... Hickman, Delbert Franklin ..,.,.., Heckman, lune lleen .....,.....,. Hill, R obert. ,.........,,, ,..... , . Hill, Mrs. Evelyn ........ Hill, Howard Vernon ..,,,.. ......... 160 ,..,..,.132, 62 ,....,..,,.,108 88 29, 130, 132, 62 176 Hillbrandt, lane .,......, ..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 B, Hillbrandt, lean .....,......,....... 79, 8 118, 122, 124, 13'4, 146 Hina, Evelyn ...,,..,,........,.,................,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82 Hinger, Carly Eugene .,,.,..,.,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 88, 128 Hinger, Charles ........,....,. ,,,,,,,, 2 9, 140 Hitchcock, Benton ...........,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 02 Hitchcock, Bonnie Jean ..........., Hitchcock, Edward Thomas ...... Hobbs, Hobbs, Lois loyce .....,...........,..,. Rodney ,......., Hogs, Norma ............. Holler, Holler, Holman, Holman, Holman Holmes, Holmes, Holrnok Holrnqu Sara Dell .,...,,... Shirley Inez .......,. Arthur Lee ........ Maurice .....,,,....... , Donna lean ......... Miltan "Buddy" .,., .. Ruth .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Gwendolyn ....,.... ist, Margaret ,....,,,,,,, Hommon, Betty lane ..,..,,.,,.,,,,,,, Honenb Horchle erger, leanne Louiseu... r, Eleanor lean ....... Hornyak, Robert ..........,.., Horst, Curtis William ........., Horwitz, Diane ................ Hose, Dale Lee ..,........ .......8e .......a8 ........,.fQfl0z 136 ..,.....,.180, 138, 62 ..,.,,....1.1o6 'f.ff.','.'fi5,"as .......9e 138 ..,,,,,19, ne, 122, 120, ez '"f1fffffl1i1if''i'6'0',"'iG9 . ....... 88 Congratulations upon the completion of your high schoolwork. STYLE SHOP 23 South Park Place COATS, DRESSES AND MILLINERY HOUSEHOLDER FUNERAL HOME 107 Hudson Avenue Ambulance Service . Phone 2722 Page One Hundred N inety-One 176, 177 HIGH GRADE APIES '- Donuts, Cakes and Pastries Decorated Cakes, our Specialty RILEY'S BAKERY 19 W. Church Street Phone 3906 PHARIS SERVICE STORE Telephone 2034 5th 61 W. Main Sts. 1 Newark, Ohio ' KJ- , ' PI-IARIS TIRES Accessories - Batteries Recapping s Page One Hundred Ninety-Two Hosick, Miss Laura E .,.........,...............................,....... 39, 120 Howard, Clarissa Anne .,.,.......................,..,..,......,. if ,-.. 83, 126 Howard, William 1..ee..ll0, 116, 120, 132, 142, 173, 161, 62 Howes, Wilma Mae ...,..............,................,,......... 130, 135, 52 Hoy, Ellen .....................,..,......................,..............---------- ----,- 0 8 Iohn ................,,... lohn Herman .,...,.. Hoy, HOY, Hoy, Norma .....,,......... ----- Hoy, Robert ......,..........., ...... --.---- 1 0 2 Hoyt, Paul Louis ................ ....................,,,,-, 8 2 Huber, Mary Elizabeth ....... ....... 1 22, 120, 62 Huber, Ora lean ..,......,.....,..... .............,.,..........-..----,------ 3 0 Huddy, Patricia Lou .....,.,. .....,.,............,,.......... 3 2, 124, 149 Huffman, Margaret Lorraine .,.,,.., 51, 124, 128, 134, 176. ' ' 177, 62 Huffman, Mrs. Mary L ..,..,..................,........ J .....,.......,,. ,..... 2 4 Huggins, Donald ............,,..,................. 120, 160, 142, 153, 62 Huggins, Helen Lois .......... 19, 8'Z, 118, 122, 77, 124, 143, 176 177 Hughes, Betty Iayne ,.,..,.. ......., 8 2, 128, 136 Hughes, Carolyn ........... ....... 8 2, 122, 123 Hughes, Dorothy ,,.,.,., ,.................... 1 U2 Hughes, lames W ......,...,. ,...,..,....,,.... 9 3 Hunt, Albert Edmund ......, Hunt, lack Allen ,...,..,.,.. Hupp, Francis .....,...... 1-Iupp, Robert ........ Hunter, Donald .....,.............,... ..,.... Huston, Earl ..........,,..,.,,.,.....,.................... Hutchinson, Ens. Margaret ,,..... ..., ......... Hutson, Norma 1 ..,..................... I.. ..., . 1d1e, Don Frank ...,...,. ..,.........................,. Idle, Nancy .............., .........,................,...,... ller, Margaret .........,. .......... 7 5, 110, 114, Ingram, Ieannine ,..,.. .,...........,.,,.,........,.. Inlow, Eleanor ..,...,,,, ,....,........,..........,. lnlow, Margaret ......,.,,.,,.. Irwin, leannette Mae ........ .... 1 Iackson, Eugene Bob ....... Iacobs, Ianlce .............,.. Iacobs, Maxine ..,........... Iauchius, William .......,. Ieffers, Zulean ..,......, leifries, Marcella ....... Iefiries, Marylinda ........ Ienkins, Kenneth .,.,.,., Iohn, 16 Ann ............ Iohn, Iohnny ............ Iohnson, Colleen ........... Iohnson, Daniel L ...,..,....,.... Iohnson, Donald Louis ...,.,. Iohnson, Eugene ..,............ Iohnson, Gerald Dean ....... Iohnson, Gerald Keith ..... Geraldine ....,.....................,..,........ Gordon ...........,...,....,....,.............. 120, 122, 77, Ronald ,..,,..,..,.,...,..,.,....,...........,,., Iohnson, ' lohnson, Iohnson, Pauline ........ 114 lohnson, Iones, Alberta ,........... 1ones, Betty Lou ........ Iones, Bob Iohn ........ Iones, Carol ..............,.... Iones, Carol Eileen .....,.,..... lones, Cornelia ..............,.,..,.., lanes, Charles Edward ......,... Iones, Donald ....,......,..,,.,..,. Iones, Faye .,....,.,,.,., lone s, Gloria ......... lones, Harriet ..,..,. Iones, Iames ............ Iones, Kenneth .,.,,,.... lones, Lawrence ,....... 172 ..,...,88, 104 ..,.....102, 168 116, 120, 146, 62 .,,,..,88, 160, ,......88, 138 63 110, 114 134, 63 111, 136 ,.,.,,82, ......120, ..,.,..82, 63 160, iss as 1','.',1'.'.fl5i7'14U ..f.fs6,"1'si1f as 177, 63 75, 176, .........82, 136 120, 134, 176, 63 80,763 lones, lones, lones Iones, lanes, lanes, Iones, lones, Marjorie Faye ......,....... 19 Mary lane ....... Merrill .,.,..,,... Dr. R. W ..r.... Robert .,.,.... Thomas .,,,........... Virginia .,................... ,Y.......... . .. .... ................. - - Mr. NV9l'1d9l1 M. Iury Ieannette ..,......... 19, 114, 116 K Kaiser, loan ............. Kaiser, Norma .,..,..... Kake, Virgil ,..,...w..... Kalt, Betty Eileen ,.,.... Kane, Richard ....,..... Kappes, Marjorie ......, Kasson-, Emojean ....... Kasson, William ....... , 109, 114, 122, 77, 128, 175, 176, 63 120, 177, .,..,...89, 136 .........106 134 , 120, 122, 77, 75, 176, 180, 63 177, 153, ,........89, 186 ....Qff52Q"'i55f''i'66',"'1ea, 174 .89, 177 .......106, 108 Kathary, Dale .....,.. ......... 8 2, 132 Keaser, Betty ....,.,... ...... ...-.....,--.-. 9 3 Keaser, Mildred ....... ...........,......................,.... 1 26, 54 Keckley, Rita Io .,....... .,............,.........................,. 9 8, 100 Keiauver, Io Ann ......... ......... 8 9 126, 148, 146, 142, 153 Keinath, Ierry ................ ......... Kelley, lack Chester ........ Kelley, William W ....... Kelly, Mariorie ,......,...,. ..,.....64 ........82 ..,,....98 Kengie, Patricia ..........,. ........ 8 9 Kibler, Mary Louise .......... ........ 8 9 Kiger, George ....,........... .,.,............ 1 06 Kincaid, Richard ......... .................,.,. Kincer, Ruby ............ .......... 1 02, 104 King, Kenneth .....,........... ,........,... ..1.. 9 4 King, Robert .....,....,............,... ....,..., 8 9, 140 Kingery, Mr. Gordon R ....... ...,..... 3 8, 109 Kinney, George ................ ......,........ 8 9 Kinney, Karl ......................... ..,..........., 9 9 Kinney, Mary Elizabeth .......... ,, ....,,.., 89, 148 Kirk, Barbara .........,..........,.. ......,.,...........,.... 8 2 Kirk, Donna Ioyce .,.....,,..., ....,.... 8 2, 126, 64 Kirk, Thomas ...,.,..,.,......, ...........,....,..... 8 9 Kirkpatrick, Ens. I. S ......,.... ...,..,,.......... 2 6 Kisamore, loanne .....,,.....,........... ,,..........,,,,.. 6 4 Kislingberry, Norma Eileen ....... ,,,...,,. 1 30, 64 Kitchen, leanne Shirley ......... ......,,,,.,,..,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Klever, Walter ......,............... ..,..,...,,...,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Koman, Patricia ................. ....... 1 5, 89, 126, 128, 142, 176 Koveleski, Carol .............,... ..........................., 8 9, 136, 146 Koontz, Barbara Lee ........ .....................,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, 8 2 Koverig, Gizella... ........ ....,....,.,,,..,.,,.,,,,..,...,.,.,, . ,89 Kreager, Byron ............ ...,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 2, 132, 172 Kreager, Donald ...........,. .......... 8 2, 158, 160, 168, 174 Kreicler, lames ...........,.....................,............,...,,.,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,, 82 Kreitler, Mary Carolyn .............. 118, 120, 124, 146, 140, 64 Kreig, Mrs. Sarah S .,.,...,. .,...,....,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9 Kuey, Ng Chu ................ ......................,.,,,,.,,,..,,......,. 1 06 Kuppinger, Shirley ......... Kurcher, Gloria .....,... Kurzhalz, le-anne ........... Kyle, Calvin Stephen ........ L Lally, Dick .....,,,, ,,.,,,.,,. Lake, Virgil ,,.,,,,, ,,,, Lamb, Jimmy ,,,,,,,,,,,, Lambert, Betty .......,r,.,,,,,, Lambert, Burrell, Ir ........ Lammers, Esther ....... Lammers, Margaret .,....,. Lane, Clyde .....,.......,.,,,,,,,,,, Lange, Edgar William ..,...... Larimore, lohn .........,,,...., Larimore, Iuanita Irene ...,.... Larimore, Wanda Eileen ......... Lattimer, William .......,......... .......a9, 128, 126 911' 64 ......,102, 104 146 116, 172 ........82, 118, 122, 176 82, 109, 132, 160 .......l9, 122, 120, 64 .......82, 113, 122 VVhen in need of the best in PAINTS and VVALL PAPER see HORNER'S NEWARK PAINT CO. Phone 8524 36 W. Church Street We are on 10023 War Work and would ap- preciate y 0 u r pa- tronage a f t e r the War. Superior Welding and Machines, Co. 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Lindemann, Claire .....,.,...,, Lingafelter, Alice Ann ........ Linn, Dorothy Eleanor ........ Linn, Gloria Iean ..,....... Linn, Marian .......,...... Litten, Arlen ................. Livingston, Lenore .......... Livingston, Richard .,...,., Lloyd, Carol Anne ....... . Loar, Lois ................. Logan, Charles .......... Logan, Frank,Rae ..,...,. Lomas, Torn .....,,........ Long, Miss ................. Long, Mr. A. B ,.......... Lorr, Maj. lohn S ..,....... Loughery, David .....,. Loughlin, Patricia ......... Loughman, Gloria .......... Louverty, Claritta ........ Loury, Patricia .................. Loy, Clarence William ....... Luby, Donna lean ,.,..... Luby, Richard .....,.......,. Lucas, Richard W ........... Lugar, Eleanor Marie ......... Lugar, Loren Lee ............ Lugenbeal, Bob ................' .... Lugenbeal, Durward ..,,..... Lyons, Imogene .............. ....... Lynch, Ralph .............. ............. Mc McAfee, Marjorie .........,......,......... McCatterty, Charlene Louise ......... McCaiierty, Iohn ........................,. McCaiferty, Juanita .....,....,........ McCaiierty, Mary lean ......... McCann, Patti ................,.........,. McCartney, Bertha Jeanne ...... McCartney, Betty Louise ........ McClain, Robert .................... McCleery, Mr. I. S. .,.....,..... . 169 .,.,...126, 64 ......,89, 116, 122 104 ........82, 144, 146 .......126, 134, 64 136 109, 110, 77 . ........ 102, 104 126 ........106 113, 122, 176 15, 89, 126, 146, 142 161 110 ........106, 108 .........15, 37 ,..,..,,89, 126 .....,...89, 134, 146 65 124 .........120, 134, 65 ........89, 142, 146, 140 .......65 176, 177 uQQe5 ffQ'.'.f.Q1a9 130 McCracken, Patricia Ann ......... ......, 8 9, 126, 138, 176 McCreary, Kenneth .............. McCreary, Miss Pauline ...,.... McCreery, Mr. lohn K .......... McDaniel, Sharon Rose .........,... .. McDonald, Bonnie Jean .......... McDonald, Iarnes Lewis ....... McDonald, Mary Ann ....... McDonald, Robert ,,...,.,..., McDowell McE1iresh, , Idabelle ............... Robert C .,.,............. McFarland, George William ......, McGary, Betty Jean .,..,,.....,..... McGoughy, Ralph S .,...... 31, 126 .,...,.118, 122, 120, 65 132 ........1oe .......83, 124 128 L McGrew, Bonnie Iean .............................A........v.......Y. 140, 65 McGinnis, Iulia ...................,........... .................................. ..... Mclntire, Dan Stewart ....,... 83 118, 132, 142, 140, 172, 173 Mclnturg, Beatrice ....... ....... McKeand, Clyde ,......... McLeish, Betty ............... McLeish, Robert ..............,,. McMil1en, Edwin Gene ......., McMillen, Edwin Gene ....,... McMullen, Iessie Eileen ....,., McNabb, Iean Ann ............ McNabb, Richard ........... 11 ,,,....99 ..,....99 124 140 .......,83, ........83, McPeek, Iean Betty ..,....,... ......,............... 1 07 McVey, Morjorie Ruth .............. ,........ 8 9, 126, 138 McVey, William Edward ........... ,...,...,............... 8 9 M MacDonaugh, Miss Thora ..........................,....................... 101 Mackenzie, Barbara Ieari ..........,....,.. 83, 113, 122, 128, 176 Mackenzie, Margaret ..........,.......,......................,.................. 99 Mackenzie, Mary Eleanore .....,.,.. 19, 118, 120, 122, 180, 65 MacNealy, Ioan ............,..................,.....................i............ 100 MacNealy, Sue .v.....,.............. ....... ......... 1 0 0 MacPherson, Doris ..........,........ ......... 1 00 MacPherson, Nancy Belle ......,.. ......,....... 6 5 Macy, Robert ............................ ........... 8 3, 142 Maidel, Robert Frederick ....... .............,.......... B 9 Maier, lackie ........,.........,....... .......................... 1 07 Makris, Constance ............. ......... 1 66, 120, 65 Makris, Malloy, Malloy Iohn ,.,................... Dorothy Ellen .......,i. Iean ....................... Malherbie, Charles ....... .........102 . ,.,..... 107 Mann, Patsy .......,........... ......... 1 00 Marioni, Rose Frances .......... ..,........... ......,. Marple, Betty Alice ................. ,......... 7 ............,....... 9 5 Martin, George Edward ......... .........,.,..,.........,.......... 6 5 Martin, James Franklin ......... ........ 8 9, 116, 136, 140 Martin, Jean Dolores ......... ............................... 8 3 Martin, Iuanita Iune .............,.,. .,...., 8 9, 126, 138, 176 Martin, Matilda Cathryn .......,.., ...........................,. 1 07 Martin, Virginia Elizabeth ........., .............,..,, 1 36, 66 Mason, George Edward ......... .................,............. 8 9 Mason, Frances Marian .,..... ....... 1 24, 138, 140, 66 Mason, Norma Iean ...,.....,. ........,,.... 1 26, 134, 66 Meachan, Donald .........,.. Massalas, Anna ,,........ Mathews, Frank ........ Mathie, Robert .......... Metz, Betty .....,.............. Mechan, Donald ........... ...fffiov .,,......102 ,.,....,.107 Meckley, David ...........,,....... ,........ 1 O8 Meckley, Jack Eugene ................ , ,.,,, , Meckley, Richard Fredrick ..,...... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Meckley, Robert ......,..........,.,... ,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, 1 74 Mercer, Richard Herren ........ ,,,.,,,, 8 9, 146 Meriwether, Emma Kate ............,,.,,........,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Messinger, Betty lane .......................,........,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,., 83 Messick, Max Eugene.. 1 5, Metcalf, Alice Pauline ...... 109, 156, 160, 170, 174, 161, 66 Meyers, Miss Margaret ,...........,..........,....... ....,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,., 9 6 Miller, Arthur Leroy Ir ......,.. ,,,,,,, 8 9 Miller, Barbara Iean ......... ,.,,,,, 8 3 Miller, Betty lane ,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,..,, 8 9 Miller, Betty Louise ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 02 Miller, Charles David ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Miller, Clifford Leo ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,v, 1 11, 66 Miller, David Ioseph .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 3, 132, 169 Miller, Don Edward ,,,,,,,,1 ,,,,,,,,,,-,,,-,,-,,,,,, 8 9 Miller, Evelyn lean ....,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,-,, 8 3, 138 Miller, Gene ..,................,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 U3 Miller, Lt.-Col. I. Hobart ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,-,.-------,-,A, 2 7 Miller, Howard ,...........,,... ,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- 1 7 U Miller, Iacqueline .........,,.... v,,.,,-,- 1 U31 104 Miller, Iames .......,.,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,1,,.,,,,,,,,,.---,,,,,,,,, 6 5 Miller, Ioyce Marie ........, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3, 124' 136 Miller, Julia Anne ........ ...,.....120, 126, 142, 148, 66 GEORGE PFEFFER C lothier 44 North Third Street Newark Ohio The PHIL VOGELMEIER COMPANY MOVERS Of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co Phone 5063 Page One Hundred Ninety Five If it's TIRES You Want SEE WOLFE ROAD SERVICE 61-63 North Third Street Phone 2740 Newark, Ohio Newarks' Exclusive Hat Shop GAGE 8 HAT SHOP 28 West Main Street Newark, Ohio Say I t With Flowers I-IALBROOKS FLORISTS We Grow Our Own Flowers Store Phone 3171 12 E. Church Street Greenhouse Ph. 5028 286 N. Cedar St. Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association Page One Hundred Ninety-Six Miller, Miller, Miller, Marilyn Anita ,........ Marilyn Mae ........... Marjorie Mildred .......... Robert S .....,,............. Millisor, Mr. Loyd G ............ Miller, ffffffffisf' 1 9, ...83 ,..89 66 99 134 Millisor, Mrs, May S .......... Minnette, Violet ...,...........,.... Mitchell, Margaret Ann .,.....,. Mitchell, Martha "Patty" .... .. Mott 1t, Ellis .......,................ Montgomery, Mary ...,.....,. 107 .......89, 116, 126, 136, 146 Moore, Helen Virginia... Moore, MUTCIG ..,..,............. .........,,126, ....,,..,,...103, 66 104 Moore, Nevella lean ........ ......,., 1 26, 138, 66 Moore Wayne .........,..,.,,......... . ........,,,............ 95 Moran, Betty .....,,.....................,,... ...,..........,....., 9 5 Morehouse, Constance Ann ...........,...,................................ 89 Morin, Elinor Ioan .........,..............................,..,.... 90, 118, 134 Morin, Gene Douglas ...... 83, 116, 118, 128, 144, 146, 142 Morgan, lrma Lynne ,...,..,.,,,.......................,....,. 90, 126, 146 Morgan, Miss,Louada M ........... Morrison, Elsie ........,,........... ....,.............. 1 03 Morrow, Beatrice Anne ,........ ...........,.. 9 0 Morrow, Thomas ......,..,......... ......,. 8 3, 142 Morrow, Wayne ..........,.,.............,.........,. ....... ....,......... 9 5 Moss, Muriel Francis ...................,..............,....,...........,,.,...,. Mossholder, Shirley Earlene ..........,....,...........,.......,........., 90 Mossman, Donna ,,.....,.,................ 75, 120, 128, 144, 146, 66 Mours, Loretta .,..............................i...,..,................,...,....,..., 83 Mours, Rita Gertrude ...... Murphy, Charles Ed ....,... .............,... 8 3 Myer, Miss Florence .....,.., .,....,. 3 7, 175 Myers, Charles .,....,....... ......,..... 1 03 Myers, Dale ......,......,,..... ....,.....,,...., 8 3 Myers, Dorothea .......,,...,.. ,,....,.. 1 03, 104 Myers, Miss Dorothy E ,....................,..........,,, ,..,...... 3 8, 77 Myers, Leland Glenn ...,.,................,,.......,....,.,..,,.,.,,.,,,.,.,,,.. 90 Myers, Lewis ......,......... ,.,. ........,....... ,.............,...,.,.,,,..,,...,.,,,. 6 6 Myers, Marjorie Lou .,..., 29, 126, 148, 75, 176, 177, 153, 67 Myers, Mary ....,................,.,......,......,....,......,........,....,......,,,, 95 Myers, Richard Franklin ,..,...... ,,,,,.,,,, 9 0 Nadolson, Walter .,.... .......,... ,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Nash, Gerald ..........,,.... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Nash, Ruth .................,,..,.., Naylor, loseph Leroy ....,..,. Neal, Carol Elizabeth ....., Nees, Mary Edith ,.......,,.. ., Neil, Mary Captolia .,......, Neighbarger, Norma ........ Neighbor, Lola ................ Neighbor, Mary ,........ Nelson, Wayne ,,.......,.... Nethers, Elizabeth ,....,. Nethers, L. George .,....... Nethers, Norma ....... ,........ Nichols, Charlotte Eileen .......,. Nichols, Iames ..................... Nichols, Mary Lou ..,........ Noblick, lames .....,....... fff11f55Q""""l"' ........134, 67 90 114, 128, 142, 140 , ..........,,.....,. 176, 177, 67 ....,,.176, 177, 67 .,.,,,..103 , .........,...,,.....,..,... 27 ...90, 126, 136, 146 .....,..108 Noblick, lames ..,.....,,....,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 08 Norris, Donald Eugene ..., ,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Norris, Paul .....,......,........ ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 3, 104 Nunnely, Lincoln .,.......... ,..,,..,,...,,.,,..,,,,,,,, 1 70, 172, 67 Nunnely, Mardell .....,....,...............,...........,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 99 Nutter, Arthur ........,............,.....,.... 19, 157, 160, 174, 152, 67 Nye, Bernard .................. 15, 116, 118, 120, 77, 130, 132, 67 Nye Carol .......... ..........,.......,. 1 9, 83, 29, 122, 124, 136 Oakleat, Carl Richard .... Oakleaf, Kenneth ......,..... Oatman, Mr. Harold ....... O'Brien, William .....,.....,.......,,, O'Conner, Virginia Mas, ..... .. Oder, Charles ....,.................. ....,,.,,,..l07 37 116 136 67 Oder, Richard, .............. Ogle, Donna Carol .......,.. Ogle, Pattie Ann ....,........... Olpp, Miss Doris M .......,.. Orr, Lt. fi.g.l C. E ..,....... .......90, 128, 140 140 Orr, Frances .......,,,....... ........, 8 3, 136 Orr, Harry .,.....,..,..... ............... 9 5 Osborne, Louise ....,,... ,....,......... 8 3 Overstreet, Gerry .,..... ..,.............,,,.......,............, 1 03, 104 Owen, lack .............. ,.,.. ....A...................... ,...,,..,.,,....,....... 1 0 3 Oxley, Barbara ,.....,,. ........ 1 10, 116, 118, 120, 134, 75, 67 P Padar, Richard ........ ........... .................,....l...... 1 0 3 Page, Billie lean ......,., ...........,..............,..,..,.,..,. 9 0 Palm, Betty ..,...........,....... ......... 1 16, 120, 134, 67 Palm, lack ,.,.,...................,. .................,...............,. 9 5 Parlet, Phil 1Deceased1 ....... ........,.......,............... 2 3 Parson, lack .,.....,,..,...... ............A..... 9 5 Parsons, Dora Iean ....... ,.,, . 161, 67 Passman, Capt. I. T ....,..,. Patten, Sharon Mary ...,......... .......83, 124, Patten, Thalia .,.........,,.,........,... 1.................., 1 07 Patton, Loueda Wyvetta .......... .......,.. 1 07 Patton, Vermona La Fon ....................,..........,.,.................... 83 Patrick, Patricia Marilyn ..,.............,.,.................,.,........... 107 Patterson, Richard Edwin .,,,...... 19, 77, 157, 160, 170, 174, Paul, Donald Ray ...,.... Paul, lames Henry ........ Pease, lanice Marie .......... Peden, Marian Adene ...,,,... Penick, Betty Lee .............. Penick, Edwin Leslie ....,... Penrose, Bruce ...... . .....,... .. Percoco, Eleanor Mary .....,.. Perdue, Bob ,...... .....,. ,..... ..... Perdue, Esther Iune .........,. Perdue, Richard Eugene, ........ Perdue, Virginia .................. Peterson, William .....,......,. Pethtel, Mary Lou ...,..,..,. .........83, 170 136 83 83, 132, 180, 67 ........95 Petrey, Bernadine ......... ......., 8 3 Pleiier, Kathryn ......... ........ 9 9 Phillips, Florence ....... ,....... 9 0 Phillips, Howard ....,..... .. .,,,,, ,, Phillips, Patricia L ....... ..,,.... 9 9 Phillips, Richard ......... ,,,,,,,.,.,,,..,,, Phillips, Wilbur ...... ............. ,..,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,,....,,,,.,.,,..,... 9 9 Piccirilli, Caroline ...........,........,............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83, 116, 124 Piche, Gene Edwin ..,..... 120, 77, 132, 155, 160, 142, 174 152, 68 Piche, Ioan .,............ ...,..,,.,,,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,., 9 5 Pierce, Charles .,......,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Q1 Pierce, Edwin ............,.....,. ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Pigg, Charles Calvin ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Pigman, Don .,......,...,,..... .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Pinkerton, Carolyn .,........ ,,,,,,, 9 0, 128, 138 Pinkerton, Edwin ....... ,,,.,..,.,,,,.,,,,.,l 9 5 Pipes, Rollie ............,.,.....,.. ,,,,,,, 1 03, 104 Pipes, Winiired Mae ....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Place, Wanda ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 03' Plaine, loan ..,,,,,,,1,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Plaine, Madelyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 30, 68 Polk, Dorothy Rose ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--- Ponser, Helen ..,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 3, 136 Porter, Glen Kenton ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 6, 116 Porter, lack Edward ........., Porter, Walter Eugene ....... Post, Barbara Ann ,.....,,,,.,, Post, Dansel Lee ..,.,..,,,,,, Post, Robert .......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pound, Gerald Eugene .....,,. Pound, Harold Wright .,,,,.,,,,,, Pound, S lfc loseph W .....,.... Pound, Iune .,,,.......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Pound, Robert .............,...... 138 .........103 .........90, 169 .........90, 126 ...,.,..,l03 For Quality Dry Cleaning and Pressing Service CALL 2710 CALLANDEB Cleaning Co. Fourth and Church Congratulations to the Class of 1945 Licking County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association Compliments Merrill R. Montgomery Compliments Of GREEN BAY FUR CO. Phone 2242 Page One Hundred Ninety-Seven Congratulations to the Class of 1945 E. V. 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Pritchett, Mildred Eileen ....... .....r,., 1 9, 140, 153 Pritchett, Phyllis Ann ........ ..........1..,.. 9 2, 68 Prouty, Renna Louise ...,... ............. 9 U Provin, Ierry ...,.....,........., ..........--.-- 1 O3 Pugh, Miss Rosa ,....................... ......... 4 U, 41 Purlcs, Charles William .......,....... .r..Yv....... 9 9 Q Queen, Wayne .......... ..,,.,....... .........- 9 5 R Radcliff, Phyllis ..,....,..............,...... ....... 9 0, 135 Radcliffe, Gerald David .......... ...........i. 9 U Radu, Constance .,....,............ ..........,.. 9 9 Radu, Helen ............,............ ,.,........ 1 30, 63 Radu, Iohn George ........ .................................. 9 U Raikin, Shirley ......,...... ................. 9 0, 126, 136 Raison, Mary Ellen ......... .......... 8 3, 114, 124, 128 Ramey, Robert .......,.,...,.. ................................ 1 07 Ramsey, Helen ,...................... .. . .. ..... ...1U7 Ranck, Martha Ieanette ....... ............'. 8 3 Randles, Goldie ................... ................. Rankin, David D ............. ...........,.................. 1 9,168 Rebbeck, William ,........ ..,,........,,.................. Q ....... 9 5 Reber, Iohn Edward ....,.., 83, 132, 128, 142,'140 Rector, Lawford .,.,,..... .................................... 9 0 Rector, Melvin ..,........, ............,,.,...........,,,....... Rector, Rachel ........,,.... ,........ 1 03, 104 Redd, Richard .,,......,....,,,.. ..,.......... 9 5 Redman, Charles Lee ...,.., .....,.... 9 0 Redman, Emma Lou .,....... ...,...... 9 5 Reeder, Ralph ..............,... ,,,,.....,..,..... 1 03 Reese, Walter Richard ....,.,. .,,,,,.,.,,.... 1 74, 68 Reid, Mae loanne ....,.... .,,,,,,,, 9 0, 126, 138 Reid, Mary Lou .,.,,......... ,..,,.......,.,...... 1 00 Reinbow, Lloyd .......,,,..,....,. ..,.,,,.,,,.....,........ 1 03 Renard, Charles Roger ,.....,.. ,,..,.,...,,,,,,....., 9 0, 31 Restorick, Thomas Ray ,......... ,,,..,. 8 3, 132, 142, 140 Retherford, Richard ........,,. Reusser, lames .,,....,..,,,,.,, Reynard, Robert ..,..,. Rhodes, Grant .......... Rhodes, Lloyd ........,......... Rian, Shirley Irene ....,..... Rice, Patricia ....,..,....,.. Rice, Patsy Eileen ,...,, .,... Rice, Richard Herbert .....,., Richards Richards, Richards, Norma Louise ..., Richards, Richardson, Ens. Samuel Rickels, Tommy ,,.,,,,,,i,,,,,,, Rickus, Mary Iean .,,,,,,,i.,,,. Ridenour, Sue. ........ .. Riqqs, Riley, Riley, Riley, Robert ..,.......,,,.,,,, Carlos Albert .....,... 1 ames Paul ......... Nancy .................. Rine, William Eugene .....,. Ritchey, Alice, ,,,,,,,4,,,,, Ritchey, Carl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rivitz, Roach, Suzanne ,..,,,,,.,,,, Edith Lorett .......... Roberts, Mr. Alva V ..,.... Roberts, Conrad ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Roberts, Coralie Faye ........ , Frances .............r.., leannie Maxine ....... Wilma ..,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, E ........,. .......90, 136, 142, 146 ........118, 132, 75, 68 124, 138 .......120, 144, 146, 69 .. ......, 2.1.1 ............, 103 ..,,,,,.,19, 83, 124, 140 .83, 132, 128, 142, 140 160, 168 167, 163, 69 100 .......90, 126, 142, 176 W Roberts, Donald .,..... Roberts, lackie ......... Roberts, Ierry .....,,,.,......,......,,A Roberts, Mary Iean ................... Roberts, lohn Frederick ......... Robertson, Mamie Helen ..,,..... Robertson, Robert ......r......,...,. Robinson, Dolores lune ......... Robinson, George ................,. Robinson, Mary Ann ...,........,... Robinson, William Stanley ........, Rodgers, Robert ........................ Rogers, Doris Alice .,....,..,,.,. Rogers, Leona Faye ....,.. Rossel, Martha Helen ........ Rossell, William Harry ....,.... Royster, William .,..,,,.,..... Russell, Carol lean .............. Ruton, lames Richards ......., Ryan, Betty Ie-an ............... Ryan, Edward ......,... Ryan, Ryan, Ruth Maxine ........ Ryan, Richard ..,....,.... Shirley .............. ....... S .........l28, 140 136 ,....,,.90, 176 .,...,...174, 69 .,...,...l38, 69 ......,84 ...........IIlI.90 111, 114, 122, 69 90 169 ..........,,103 .........107 .,.......84, 122 ....,..,.l00 ......,95 .........138 Sallaz, Dale ....................,.,...,...,,,., ,,......,.. 9 5 Sanders, Lee ......,.,,,...,,,,.....,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 9 9 Sands, Iosephine Arlene ............... ........ 1 48, 69 Saporito, Rosalie Catherine ........ 1 ................. 84 Satterfield, lerry Samuel ............ ........90 170 1 Satterfield, Linda ..... ,...,,,.,,,..,.,..,.,........,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,....r, 9 9 Saultz, Harold Austin ,..............................,....,....,t..,.,.. 128, 69 Schaller, Donald Leo ................ 84, 109, 160, 167, 174, 162 Schaller, lack ................1 .....................,.............................. 9 9 Schenk, Carl Albert .,...., ....,.,.,......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,., 9 0, 128 Schenk, Charles ,,,..,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 9 9 Schenk, Richard ........,.......,. ...,...., 1 1, 90, 128, 168 Schick, Mr. Raymond ......,..... Schlosser, Iacqueline C ......., Schmitt, Harry ..............,.,, Schmitt, Margaret Ann ......,,. Schmutzler, Molly Ann .....,.. Schonhar, Carol Gene ......,... Schuler, Charles William ........ 160 124 ....,.......107 .........l34, 69 .,...,......l07 Search, Roger ...,,,...........,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Secord, Ralph Lamar ......., ...,..,,,.,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 72, 69 Selby, Mary Louise ......... ,.,.... 1 9, 118, 122, 120, 180, 69 Sessor, Frank .........,.,...,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Shackelford, Peggy ,.......,. Shamel, lssac Thomas ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Shannon, Ardella ,......,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 03, 104 Shannon, Irma .......,..........,., ........ 9 1, 136, 176, 177 Shannon, Ralph Leslie ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Shannon, Robert Lee ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 0, 160, 168, 152 Sharp, Monabelle ,....... ,.,,,,,,, 8 4, 124, 140 Shaw, Grace ....,..,,.,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Shaw, Raymond ...,.,,,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 8 4 Sheets, Harold ..................,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, g ,,,,,,,, 107 Shell, William Edgar ,......... 84, 109, 118, 97, 142, 172, 173 Shepherd, Carl ...,.,..,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shepherd, Emmajean ..........,,....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 84, 124 Shepherd, Everett Willard .1....... .............. 8 4 Sherman, Barbara Ann .....,,,... ,,,,,,,, 8 4, 124 Sherman, Robert .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shields, Harold Lerqy ,,,,,,,, ',,',,,,,,,, 8 4, 142 Shipley, Olive ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 07 Shipp, Bonalee Mae ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 23, 126, 69 Shoemaker, Emogene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 103, 104 Shoemaker, lacqueline Lou .... 84, 122, 124, 138, 176, 177 Showrnan, Doris Mae ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122, 70 Shoults, Duane Calvin ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Shultz, Siegel, Iames Emerson .... 114, 11 Siegle, Imogene M .....,, ...,..,,,,,,,,, Siegle, Patricia Louise ......,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,, 1 8 0 , Siegle, Robert Eugene ......... Betty ..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 6, 118, 120, 132, 173, 70 70 Congratulations to the Class of 1945 and Best Wishes for Future Happiness and Success The GIFT BOX 23 Arcade THELMA TINNEN CROSSLAND DIXIE COAL YARD Coal for Any Heating I ob 41 Stanberry Street Phone 6020 Congratulations to the Class of 1945 The 1VIcDonnelI Shoe Store Quality Shoes 1VIauger's Seafoods 19 N. 4th or Market House Fresh Fish and Seafoods Year Round Oysters in Season Estab. Since 1900 Page One Hundred Ninty-Nine Stephens, Lawrence ..... 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Compliments of Loos Coal and Iunk Company Rear 134 East Locust Street Telephone 6442 Sites, Eugene ,..,............,. .............,..........,...........-.---. 1 07 Slater, Iohn 1-1 ,,,,,.,,,,,. ..,.,... 8 4, 116, 167, 170, 163 Slocumbt, Betty ........,.... .........,................,..........--- 9 1 Slotterbeck, William .,....... ............,..... 9 1, 142, 140 Smith, Anita .........,,.,.... .............,........, 7 0 Smith Carl E .............,,. .....,..,......,..,......., 7 0 Smith Mr. C, P ................ ,......,.........,.......... 3 9, 144, 146 Smith Darlene Marie ,..........,.,........,.,..............,.. 84, 91, 134 Smith Donald Logan .,...,.,......,, 91, 116, 160, 167, 152, 162 Smith Donald Melvin .....,,.........,....................,..,....... 107, 108 Smith Donald Russell .....,.,.. ..............,..,......... 9 5 Smith, Dorinda ...............,.,.... ..,...... 9 1, 126, 176 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith Smith Sm ith Sm ith Smith Sm ith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 Dwight .................. Eileen ..........,,,,....... Esther Lucille ,......... Mr. F. W ..........,... George Walter ..... Gloria Lee ,..,,,,,. Harold ............,,...,.,,,., Helen Elizabeth .....,, Helen Vivian ,..,..,. lean Louise,,.,.... learme ...,......... lerry ,..,,................... ,, Iohn E ..,.,,.. ,..,,....,... Kenneth Richard ,...... Margaret .,............... Martha ..,,............... Miss Nell L .......,,. Nina ..........,,....,.,,. Norma ................ Orville Earl ............ Phyllis Cathleen ...,. Robin Daniel ........ Ruth .,...,.,,,,..,...... Compliments of PLAINE'S VICTOR A. PLAINE, Prop. Everything in Menis Wear Established 1898 8 South Second Street Newark, Oh i Smitley, Margaret ........, Snedeker, Tom ............,..,.,,, Snelling, Dorothy lune ........... Snelling, William Eugene ...... Snoor, Robert ...........,..,,,...,.,,... Snow, Mildred .............. Soliday, Rosemarie ..... Spangler, Mr, A. C ..,,... Spencer, Clarence ...,,.. Spencer, Frank ........... ,...... 8 4, 1 Spicer, loanne, .....,..,........, Sp ringer, Doris .........,.........., Spurr, Frances Evelyn ......... St. Clair, Mr. M. C ..,,...,....... Stalling, Clifford Edgar ...,,. 36 ...........107 91 .........103, 104 ,.......103, 104 ........,130, 124, 70 .......84, 124 136 .........9l, 126, 142, 176 138 132 ......,.l03, 104 134 16, 77, 132, 144, 146 H'f11fl1lfifQff.Q1l'.1fffff.5'iQ71as .,.....105 Stauch, lack .....,.,.,............ ........,.,.,..,..,........ 2 9 Stauch, Richard Louis ........ ........ 8 4, 132, 142 Stebelton, Betty ................,..,.,, ,..,,., 9 1, 176, 177 Stedman, loanne ,..,,..,...,...,,,.....,..,, .....,,....,,.................... 1 07 Stedman, Richard Eugene ...............,.................................. 84 Steinberger, Mr. P. G ..,.,..,.. 77, 132, 142 Steinman, Geraldine .........,,,,,,, 80, 109, 113, 116, 122, 128, 180 Stevens , Betty ....,..,...,,... Stevens, Betty lane .......... Stevens, Mrs. Ruth 1-1 .....,.,, Stewart, Patricia ........... Stewart, Fray ........,. Stewart, Robert ......... Stewart, Robert .,....,... Stickle, Dwight ,,,....... Stickle, Edward ..,...... Stickle, lack ............,.... Stillion, Charmaine .,....... Page ,Two Hundred Stockdale, Elsie ...,........ 144, 146, ..,,,..,....,.,107, 134 .........120, 126, 70 ........118, 122, 70 ....,...107, 108 ..........99, 100 N ,,,,,,,,.,,,. 91 ......,..9l 136, 140 Stockdale, William .,....... ...,--,----- Stoeckmann, Mr. George ..,,,... Stough, Stough, Lois, .,.......,w..... ...,.,... . - Mariorie .................. Stradley, Mr. Edward .....l. Stradley, Lucille .......,,,..... Strait, Eloise ................ Strait, Hazel Mae .......l..... Strait, Luella Bernice .....,... Street, Donald ...,..,........... Strutherd, Alvin ..,,,.,.... Stuart, Stuart, Styers, Styers, Subora, Robert ..........,.... Lt. Walter E ....... Ernestine .,......,. lulia ...................... Betty Ann ............. Sullivan, Patricia loan ..,...... Sullivan, Stanley .........,.. .,......84, 140 .......35, 128 .......84, 124 ........84, 140 .......,84, 176 ,,,,........103 ,.......84, 136 .......84, 136 .,...,.,107 126 138 ...,........l07 .......9l, .......91, Sunkel, Donna lean ........ ....... 8 4. 133 Sunkle, lohn ................. -------- v.-- 1 0 7 Sutton, Carleen ..........., -------,-- 9 9 Swank, Mr. I. W ................ ...... Y ---------- 3 0 Swank, Pearl Yvonne ......., ................,..........-.--- 1 U7 Swartz, Fred ..................,.. ..........i..,........------ 9 1, 130 Swartz, Mary Lou .....,.,....... ......,.. 8 4, 124, 128, 133 Szatmary, Gizella Irene ,...... ....,............l..............., 3 4 Swick. Marjorie .........,.................... T Tablet, lo Ann ....,..... .................... .,................ 9 1 , 126 Tabler, Ruth Alice ........... .l....................,...........l................ 9 1 Tait, Peggy ..,.....,...,..,....,....,........ 84, 114, 116, 122, 77, 128 Tanner, Clay Frederick ..........................................,. 107, 109 Tate, lunanita .,..,................. ..........------ 9 1 Taylor, Dale ......,............. ..,..,,....... 7 0 Taylor, Dorothy ....... ......................................,.........-.-. 1 00 Taylor, Elliot ........... .....................,...,...........,,,........ 9 1, 172 Taylor, Patricia .............,.... 91, 116, 126, 148, 176, 177, 153 Taylor, -Shirley .................,...........................,..,...........,......... 95 Taylor, Thomas Edward ........,................... 92, 109, 173, 174 Teagarden, Clarence Robert ....... ..................... 8 4, 132 Teagarclen, David ......,..,.......... .......,....... 1 O3 Teagarden, Virginia Ann ........ ..,.... 1 20, 71 Terrell, Marcita ....,......,.......,... .,,.............. 9 2 Teuscher, Iimmy ..................... ......... 1 07, 109 Thomas, Charles Fredrick ......... ,....... 1 60, 71 Thomas, Miss Eunice ............ ......... 4 0, 41 Thomas, Frank Earl ......,........ ...................................,.. 1 07 Thomas, Leonard Harvey .,.,....,....,.......,......,.........,............. 84 Thomas, Robert Earl ............,.......,... 116, 167, 174, 162, 171 Thomas, Shirley Ann ......... ................., 1 5, 92, 126, 142 Thompson, Alvin ............ ..........................,........-,-- 1 O3 Thompson, Glen ..........,... ............,............ 1 07 Thompson, lames Mac ....... ......... 6 5, 71 Thompson, Iohn ..............,. .................................. Thompson, Maggie ..........................,.............,................... 103 Thompson, William Leo .....,.......,,......... 15, 19, 71, 130, 132 Thom, Suzanne, ,,,.............. 86, 126, 148, 142, 176, 177, 153 Ruth ..,..........................................,........... ....... ............ 9 5 Thorp, Timmerman, William Everett ,..,.. Toland, Martha Maxine ..........,.,.. Toomey, Zita Ann .................... Touvell, Catherine Dwella .,..... Touvell, Eva Dolores ...........,. Traicoif, Iames .,....,,.,,.,........ 1'rickle, Charlene ,......... Trimble, Betty .,.,.,,,,,,, Tripp, Iames .......... Trubei, lack ..,... Truex, Gerald ,......,. Truex, Robert ..,..... Tull, Ieannine .......,. Tucker, Ioanne ....,........... Turk, Betty .........,.................. Turner, Phyllis Margaret ......, Turner, Romona lean .,,.,..., ......,126, 71 .......130, 71 .......130, 71 .,..,......l30 11116103 ,......95 1111107 ......fffffffffffff.99 104 ,..,,...,85, 122, 124, 128 85 126 .. ....... ,..........,,.. , Compliments Of CRISS BROS. Compliments of MAYBOLD Shoe Store 49 Hudson Avenue F or Good Things To Eat Pies, Cakes, Rolls, Cookies and Pastries Corner Pastry Shop 45 Hudson Avenue GLASS TOPS Beautify and protect that nice piece of furniture with a glass top Mirrors and mirror work Representative for Genuine Pittsburgh Plate Glass and Mirrors RICHARDSON GLASS SERVICE Phone 4436 211 Rugg Avenue Two Hundred One Con ratulations To The gClass ofh1945 G' B' Typewriters ' SEARS, BOEBUCK , ROYAL TYPEWRITERS and COMPANY SERVICE RENTALS The Friendly Store In Newark 29 West Main Phone 3338 THE SMITH SCQTTIS CLEANING C 1 COMPANY Omp eta 6, ,, Home Furnishers The Place of Greater Care Newark, Ohio O Phone 2758 E. 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Vermillion, S. lean ..........,.. Victor, Eileen .,...............,.. Villars, Carl ............. Vintilla, Virginia ,...... Vogel, Donna ........... Vogel, Donna Lau ........ Vogel, Shirley lane ......... .......92, 126, 142, 176 132 .......19, 142, 71 ,,,,,,.l107 ........92, 126, 136 128, 138 .........103, 104 .......92, 134 71 138, ........126, 72 Von Schrlltz, Donald .................... ....... .-.------- 9 2 W Waddell, Norma ........ ............. ........ 9 2 , 175, 177 Waddell, Robert .....,.. ..........................,..,..............,........- - --35 Wade, Carol ......................,.........................,..........,........l..... Wagenheim, Ellis ............ 15, 110, 116, Waggener, lack Holmes ,........... ,... Waggener, Margaret ........ Wagner, Eugene Hale ..,. Wagner, George Phillip ...,.,. Wagner, Mary Belle ........,. Waldeck, Royal Ruby ........ Waldeck, Romona ........... 120, 132, 75, 142, 161, 72 173, ..120, 132, 142, 140, 72 116, 120, 136, 142, 72 Walker, Dana ....................,.......,........ Walker, lames ....................,.............. Walker, Patricia Suzanne... .85, 118, 122, 77, 128, 176, 177 Walker, VITQIHIG ..,...............................,.,..,.............,.. 103, 104 Wallace, Elsie lean .......... Wallace, Richard ............ Walz, Paul Franklin ...... 1 Walters, Perry ............,,,. Walters, Raymond ................. Wanamaker, lohn Arlo ......,.. Warman, Cathryn .............. Warner, Dolores .............. Warner, Iohn Lindort ........... Warner, Vonne Carol ............ Warner Warrick, Homer .................. Wart, Carolyn .................. Warthen, Cherie Ann .....,... Warthen, lane Ellen ....... Warthen, Wanda Lou ........ Watts, William Charles ..,...... , William Darrell ....... 124, Watson, Donn .....,.......,...,. Watson, Nevil ................ Watson, Ruth Marie .......... Weaver, Billy Lee ........... Weaver, 'Charles' ................ Weaver, Dorothy lean ........... Weaver, Mr. George .............,,. Weaver, Mary Elizabeth ......... Weaver, Patricia lean ........... Webb, Daniel ..............., Webb, Curtis ........ 72 100 .....,..85, 124 .......99 ...........l03 126 122, 128, 72 ......120, 124, 128 140, 153 176, 177, 72 ........l03 ........103 ...........l07 ...........86, 172 ...,.....176, 177, 72 .......73 .......85 Compliments of q 1 POUND'S FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 A. P. HESS COMPANY Ford Mercury "Sv Lincoln Zephyr NEWARK, OHIO Compliments to the CLASS OF 1945 GRAND THEATRE FURNITURE R U C S STOVES SAM AL.BAiN'..g 57-59 West Main Street Two Hundred Three Compliments of REED STYLE SUITS SHOE STORE All Shoes Fit By X-Ray Your Family Shoe Store 15 S. Park Place To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive The HUB The LICKING LAUNDRY CO. Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning F urriers Phone 4045 ABBOTT'S Shoes for All the Family Fitted by X-Ray 3 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Everything in Insurance and Real Estate SERVICE C. D. Rankin Art Shepard Guy Hartshorn Rankin 6: Rankin, Inc. THE DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudson Avenue Takes This Opportunity To Congratu- late the Graduates and Assure You of Our Appreciation of Your 16 Arcade Telephone 3700 . . . Patronage . . . AN INSTITUTION Congratulations Devoted to the Selling of t th FINE Foons 0 e CLASS OF 1945 For More Than Half a Century IVIURlPI'IY'S FOOD MARKET Established in 1886 BUSY BEE GRILL Q Frosted Malted Milkj T oHund dl: Webb, Phyllis ...,,,,............ ...,... 9 2, 126, 148, 176, 177, 153 Weed, Dolores Lucille ....,....,. ...............1..... ................. 1 U 7 Weekley, Betty Aileen .......... .......... 8 5, 124 Weekley, Dorothy Mae ........... ...,......... l 07 Weekley, Lulu ......,,..........................................,................... 99 Weiher, Iames Edward lPatl .......,.....................,...........,.. 150 Weiler, Russell William ,.,.,,.... 109, 110, 120, 132, 142, 73 Weiser, Charles Sherman .....................,,... 15, 120, 160, 174 92 Welch, Sam ...,................. .....................,.............,............... .... Welker, Marilyn Ann ...,.,... .....,...........,.,.......... 8 5 Welker, Richard ..........r.... ......... l 9, 140, 73 Weller, lames ...........,... .....,.,...........,.......,..,.,......,... 9 5 Wells, Charles ..,..,..........,.......................................,............. 95 O. D. I-IOLLAR Welsch, Carl Leland ............,..... 15, 120, 132, 128, 142, 73 Wessinqer, Anne ...............................,...........,...,.............,.. 175 Wessinqer, Theresa Rose Mary, .......,....... 92, 176, 177, 73 Westbrook, Wanda ..,.............,,.,..... ..,.....l..................... 9 2 Westfall, Corabelle ......... ..................,,.,.. Wetzel, Paul ..,,,,..,.........,,. ......,..,....... 9 5, 134 Wetzel, Wanda Lee ..,..... ........ 1 20, 124, 73 White, Iuanita lean .,...... ....l.....,,,....... 1 07 White, Martha Evelyn ,...... ....... ........ White, Naomi ........,.,,....... ............ White, Rosa ......,.................... ..........,...,................ 1 07 Whitehead, Geraldine ......,...,.... , ....... ,.................., 9 2, 136 Whitehead, lune Elizabeth ....... , ......,., 85, 122, 176, 177 Whitehead, Richard ....,..,.,..... ,,.............,.....,. 1 30, 73 Whitis, Norma Elaine ....,..,. .......,....,.,.,,,, 8 5, 138 Whitt, Dorothy ............,.,. ,...,.......... 8 5 Wilkin, Henry ........,.. .....,... 9 2 Wilkin, Marjorie .....,. ......... 9 2 Willey, Barbara ......... ..,....., 8 5 Willey, Mary Lou ...............,... ......... 8 5 Williams, Betty ......,.,................. .,....... 9 9 Williams, Marilyn Florence ......., ,................ l 07 Williams, Max ......,.,.........,,........ ....,............,...,. 9 2 Williams, Richard S ......,..... Williams, Walter E ......,., ,.,,,.., 8 0, 167, 163 Williams, Vernon ............... .,.,....,,,.,...,.... 1 70 Wills, Herbert Eugene .....,.,. ..,.,...,...,...... 7 3 Wilson, Barbara ......,,.,........ ......,,....... 1 22, 124 Wilson, Esther Louise .....,.. ...,.... 8 5, 124, 138 Wilson, Howard ......,............ ..........,..,........ 9 2 Wilson, Iune ................,............. ...,........,....,. 9 2 Wilson, Virginia Catherine ...,..... ,,,,,i,.., 8 5, 140 Wimer, Robert Ioe .....,............ ,.....,..,,,,.,.... 8 5 Wince, Freda Pearl ....................... ,,,....,....,,, 1 1, 92 Winegardner, Shirley lean ..,..... Winter, Harriet Roberta ........,,..... .......92, 176, 177 Wintermute, Charlene Eleanor., ,,,,,,.,,,l,,,,..,.., U85 Wintermute Donald ..,..,................ r.,,,,,,,.,,l.,,, 1 08 Wintermute luanita ,,.................... .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,l,,,r,, 1 07 Wintermute Marian Ellen .......,,,.,,,,.,,..,,,,,,l,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Winterrnute, Marilyn lean .......,..,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85, 124, 140 Wintringham, Dorothy leanne ........ 118, 122, 120, 77, 75, 153, 53 Wise, Betty Louise .,.,..,.,....,.,.... .......,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.l,,,,,, 8 5 Wise, Betty Mae ...,....., .....,. 1 30, 140, 73 Wise, Patsy ..........,.,..........,..... ......,.... 1 03, 104 Wise, Rosa Luella Wiseman, Frances Louise. ..,.,,.. .. Wohlheter, Francis Eugene .... 85, 116, 160, 168, 170, 174 Wolfe, Betty lane i,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26, 73 Wolfe, Carolyn .,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 9 , 85 Wolfe, Charles ...,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Wolfe, Cyril ..,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Wolfe, Elsie lean .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 107 WO1fe, Gail lay ............ 29, 116, 120, 132, 75, 142, 140, 73 Wolfe, Marjorie .,...,...,....,.,,,,,.,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wolfe, Mr. S. M .,,.....,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32 Woltjen, Mary Louise ........ ..,,l.,,, 1 9, 122, 120, 128, 74 Wolverton, Marthalee .......,,,,, ,,,,1,,,,,, 8 5, 140, 176, 177 Wood, Harold ...................,....,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Woodyard, Dorothy lo Ann ........,. 85, 134, 138, 176, 177 Wollard, Betty lean ...............,.....,,,,,,,.l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Woolard, Charles ..........,........ ...,,,, ,,.i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Woolard, Helen ........ Compliments vt The Candy Box Soda Fountain Service Light Lunches Open 7 Days a Week 591 West Main Street STAR MARKETS Newark, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of 1945 Wi1son's Confectionery 2.20 Granville Street Phone 4487 and SGNS Maytag Washers Leonard Refrigerators Plumbing and Heating Plifllllllllllg that Stays, Service that Pays Two Hundred Five Compliments of NEWARK BARGAIN The FAIRFIELD SHOE STORE ' 25-27 South Park Place Ice Cream, Confections, Sandwiches NEVVABK, OHI0 62 Fairfield Avenue Phone 6510 NEWARK LAUNDRY COMPANY 120 Cedar Street Phone 5086 Congratulations to the Closs of 1945 Compliments of Adams' Confectionery 616 Mt. Vernon Road Phone 48843 Our Specialty "Hot Chicken Sandwiohesv We Congratulate the Class of 1945 BRUCKER'S SERVICE STATION Fairfield Avenue and Mt. Vernon Road "Your Neighborhood Puroil Dealerv Drink . . . . . In Bottles COCA - COLA Bottling Works Phone 5049 Newark, Ohio College of Commerce Sponsored by Business Men Summer Term Opens June 11, 1945 Fall Term Opens September 10, 1945 2 Terms of 6 Weeks Each in Beginning Typing Phone 2092 COIVIPLIIVIENTS of AIRESlVlAN'S Two Hundred Six Woolar Worley, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, d, Walter ...... Iohn .............. Beatrice ,.,.......... ........,...... 1 20, 74 Dorothy lean ...,... ...,.,,... 9 2, 176, 177 lean .................. ...............,.,,......... 7 4 Margaret ,,.... ..... Mary lane ......,........ .,,.,....,. Ralph Vincent ....,....... ...........,..... Robert .....,.,........ Y Yarnelli, Mabel Irene. Yost, Virginia lane ....... Young, Betty Louise. 107, 122, 120 136 ...,.,r....l76, 74 Young, Ernest ............ .,.............. 9 5 Young, Helen Louise , ...,... ,,.,. . U92 Young, Robert ............ ....,,......,,,..... 9 9 Young, Rozella ............ ,,,,,,,,... 8 5, 138 Young, William ......,..... ......., ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Yount, Beverly Ann ,,........,,.,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,. Z Zerger, Dorothy Ann .....,......,,..,,,....t.,..,,,,,,,.,,.,,, 85, 124, 136 G6 o MMM MW! 57 9540? Crane - Krieg - F lory HARDWARE N. 11 South Park Newark, Ohio "Everything in M usicv Holton Band Instruments Pianos Records Sheet Music and Accessories DOWLING Music Store 31 Arcade Phone 2996 Sincerest Best Wishes to the Class of 1945 I-I. L. ART Your Jeweler 18 North Park Place DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Compliments Of The Dairy Bar 76 West Main Street Phone 32942 Two Hundred Seven URM' ,jr 4 .,., 1,2 -ffyuz' ,' , 5. w,,- . V . A , ,j, - .Si Yrfjfl ?'tQf'mfQ'.' ,44'.nf,.. ,y 'j. 4 H X, 1 xii., "Y-,A 4- ws' .Q ,, 'll ,6- 77 I x "1 r ,, , 4,5 1 :V 2 1 . '-. 1 ',,, .Y,..",'f' ff 'L 'wAx.'V4W7 '. 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