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1? 2475c..,6.. 45 ,gnc ,, 'mcrwx aw iffff' f W' 2:24 if 5' if 54 1.21 NEUARK PUBLIC: scwams QV' Eg 96 CONRAD ' . Hnzsa. ooo CEAST IN, ' A ar. sen ol. LJ W Lumix' Siu '-g.1-:+4w.1e,'l.1f1i 9-Agfa LW" TEXAS f I lNDncATEs sc nooLs ABANDONED OR RAZED is Jig WMM Wewaai g292fzm diva! CWZZUZJA Ulm 7849--7949 7949 Whme 39 fgd- 504701 Eumzess We Qfffmy ,QWM UZW jazz Q92 gm 5-QW iii X 34 g 1 , ,M yswfysaf, ' Four SENIORS Carolyn Crawford Edwin Pryor JUNIORS Barbara Brookover Susan Wilkin Georgeann Penick Gordon Johnson Annual Staff ARTISTS James Gilham Richard Seiter John Love Ronald Helman Joanne McDonough PHOTOGRAPHERS Giles Smucker Gordon Johnson James Barber Richard Lippincott TYPISTS Jo Ann Bachelor Carolyn Crawford Georgeann Penick BUSINESS STAFF Geraldine Franks, Assistant Business Manager Harriett Stickle Susan Shields Mary R. Weakley Mona J. VanderHoven Betty Tripp Carole Ha e Emily Bearclshear Betty Lou Eifinger June Deeds Sue Wilkin Charlene Canter Sandra Willey Ann Dupler Sue James Donna Bingham Relva Huffman Nancy Lally AnnpBarrick Louise Jones Janet Jay Marilyn Hitchcock Ellen Flowers Tibbie Leslie Sue Taylor Karl Celfer Charlene Pound Dick Seiter Margaret Smith Bonnie Masteller Nancy Woltjen Carol Cochran Five ix Foreword The school year of Nineteen Hundred Forty-eight-Nineteen Hundred Forty-nine rep- resents the centennial of the establishing of public education in the city of Newark, Ohio. Before 1848 there had been schools in New- ark. One of the first schools, located on the south side of the Square in a log dwelling, was taught by Archibald Wilson, jr. Another was that near the Gault tavern, taught by Samuel English. The first house erected for school purposes was a log building on the corner of Main and Fourth Streets. Still an- other was the school of a Mr. Mills, located on Church Street just west of the Second Pres- byterian Church. Prior to 1848, however, schools for the most part were in a rudimen- tary condition. These early schools were subscription schools, which were established in some deserted cabin or barn by some in- dividual who considered himself competent, generally without preparation or examination, and constituted himself a committee of one to establish a school gud keep it according to his own ideas. ' ' On February 5, 1825, the general as- sembly passed an act empowering the school board to levy a tax of one-half mill on the dollar to be a propriated to the use of the common schoolg. All other funds coming into the hands of the school board were raised by direct taxation. When these funds were ex- hausted, schools were closed. Because of the fact that the nei hboring community of Granville had estabfished a college, Newark made greater effort to estab- lish good schools than most other towns of its size. In 1837 or 1838, a Miss Simpson estab- lished the Newark Seminary for Young Ladies. At the same time the "Newark high schoolv was opened for the reception of pupils, being conducted by R. K. Nash, and controlled by a board of trustees. ' In 1848, however, an important change oc- curred. The schools were organized under what is known as the Akron Law, which be- came the foundation of the later school sys- tem in the state. On February 28, 1848, teachers and others interested in education held a meeting in the First Presbyterian Church of Newark and re- solved to organize the Education Society of Newark Township. At this meeting, a com- mittee consisting of A. H. Dennis, Isaac Smucker, and L. P. Coman was appointed to draft resolutions. After the adoption of the resolutions, the following were chosen officers of the society: the Reverend Alexander Dun- can, president, the Reverend George Den- nison and Isaac Smucker, vice-presidents, and C. P. Wilder, secretary. At a meeting of citizens interested in common schools, held at the auditoris office, july 11, 1848, a committee of twelve was ap- pointed to circulate a petition to the town council for the purpose of securing signatures of such of the qualified voters as were in favor of extending the provisions of the Akron Law to Newark. This petition received about four hundred and fifty signatures, almost an unanimous consent of the voters then within the corporation. On July 20, 1848, a notice was issued by the mayor, A. H. Caffee, that an election would be held August 12 following for the purpose of selecting six school directors for the town. This election resulted in the choice of Israel Dille, Isaac Smucker, Samuel D. King, Adam Fleck, Abner H. Dennis, and Joshua Gibbs as the first school board of Newark under the organization of the graded system. Samuel D. King was chosen president of the board, A. H. Dennis, secretary, Adam Fleek, treas- urer. On November 16, 1848, the committee ap- pointed to rent rooms for the use of schools organized on the graded plan reported the fo owing which was accepted: School house rear of the First Presbyte- rian church, at one hundred dollars a year, room in the basement of the Methodist church, on Fourth strcct, at four dollars a monghg Locmhin thcf bascgmclpt of the Epilsl- copa c urc , at our o ars a mont g school room in rear of the Welsh church, Ext iihree dpcllars a montlp, hciiise ovylned by oe Arno , corner o Fi ti an Main greets, gt one and Hue-half dollars a month, ouse o Israe Di e, on East Main street, at three dollars per month, two rooms in front of the Franklin house, east side of public square, at five dollars a month, room offA. Ja iinith, in Apollp building, :H twenty- ive o ars a year, a so two sma buildings formerly used as school houses, one on Wzgnut street, and the other in East Newar '. The committee also reported that the furni- ture and stoves necessary to furnish the rooms would probably cost one hundred and fifty dollars. On September 18, 1849, the Board of Edu- cation adopted a complete course of studies. Primary school embracing four years, secondary school embracing four years, and high school embracing four years. The course of studies for the primary and sec- ondary grades embraced all the common branches and natural history the last year of the secondary course, making this the preparatory year for admission into high school. The high school course included English grammar, composition, vocal music, rhetoric, botany, United States history, mental philosophy, logic, bookkeeping, higher arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trig- onometry, chemistry, geology, Greek, and Latin. The following was taken from the first an- nual report of the Board of Education to the council for the years 1848-1849, dated Febru- ary 19, 1850. The number of scholars enrolled during winter quarter was three hundred and ninety-five males and three hundred and twenty-five females .... The number en- rolled during the summer quarter was two hundred and twenty-five males and two hundred and seventy-five females .... They fthe Boardj are of the opinion that the interest of the schools require that a central-house be first erected for the ac- commodation of the secondary and high school on Church street, at a cost of twelve thousand dollars. This building was to be ready for occupancy at the opening of school in the fall of 1851. In 1854, the capacity of the Central building not being sufficient for the accommodation of the pupils then enrolled, a third story was added. Thus from these simple beginnings the Newark school system over the ast one- hundred years has grown to include twelve grade schools, four junior high schools, one senior high school, a gymnasium, an industrial education building, and two athletic fields, with a total enrollment of 5,008. It has become a system which olfers to its students a large variety of op ortunities in ever possible field of study at Ere public-school fevel. But the Newark school system must not stop here: it must make as great advancement during the next one-hundred years as it has since 1848- 1849, and with the same coo eration and un- selfish spirit as manifested between citizens and schoolmen between 1849 and 1949, such advancement will be possible. Seven Eight The REVEILLE ANNUAL for Nineteen Hundred and Forty-nine is respectfully dedicated to all past and present citizens of Newark who have supported education in this city and to all schoolmen who with vision have helped to make the Newark public-school system what it is today. HETIHES 1 JOHN WILLIAM SVVANK After thirty-one years of faithful service in the Newark high school, John William Swank, affectionately known by students and friends as "Pop,v retires at the end of the current school year. - , Mr. Swank was a native of Muskingum County. He taught there for a time and attended Muskingum College during summer months. He later enrolled in Scio College, which merged with Mt. Union, and graduated in 1909 with the Bachelor of Philosophy degree. He also did graduate work at the same insti- tution. He served for live years as superintendent of Bowerston, Ohio, schools. He then became district supervisor of schools at Sugar Creek, Ohio, for two years. From this position he moved to the principalship of N ewcomerstown High School, a position he held for two years. In August of I9l8, Mr. Swank and his family moved to Newark where he began his long teaching career the following month. Not only did he instruct students in mathematics but also in botany, economics, and sociology. In ad- dition to his teaching assignments, Mr. Swank was adviser to the Athenians, a boys, honor society, he acted as faculty manager of athletics for twenty years, and he served as secretary-treasurer of the Central Ohio League for fifteen years. To many, Newark High School will not seem quite the same without the friendly personality of "Pop" being present. Nevertheless, students and faculty alike wish for him the best that life can give as he settles back in anticipation of years full of enjoyment and relaxation. A .47 Y. Nine l.l..i.l.4 Ten IN MEMORIAM BETTY IOANNE STEVENS At the threshold of joyous senior activities preceding commencement, with a full life to follow, tragedy struck Betty Joanne Stevens when her companion, Richard Lahman, in a moment of playfulness thoughtlessly aimed a rifle at her and pulled the trigger of what he assumed was an empty gun. A bullet entered Betty,s abdominal cavity and inflicted mortal wounds. The accident occurred late in the evening of May 15, 1948, at a shooting gallery at Buckeye Lake Park. Betty was rushed to Newark City Hospital Where she died a week later, at ten o,clock in the evening of May 23. Betty was a member of the graduating Class of 1948. She was to have re- ceived her diploma at commencement on june 3. As a result of her death, stu- dents, teachers, and friends were shocked, for Betty was a happy person, had a fine reputation, possessed a pleasing personality, and was a true friend. Her memory will be cherished long after the tragic events of her death are dimmed by the passage of time. P. T. A. Seated-Mrs. Coyle, Mrs. Harding. Standing,Mrs. Martin, Mr. Boyd, Mrs. Forbes President - - - First Vice President Second Vice President Secretary - - - Treasurer The Newark High School Parent- Teachers Association has a total mem- bership for the year of 371 parents and teachers. The association helped in securing blood donors for the Red Cross Mo- - Mrs. Albert E. Harding - Mrs. Earl Forbes Mr. Frew C. Boyd - Mrs. Jack Coyle Mrs. Lettitia Martin bile Unit. It showed great interest also in the clothing drive for needy children, With very good results. The group has contributed to the Red Cross, March of Dimes, Christ- mas Seals, and Cancer Fund. Eleven Twelve Presidents Oi the Bodrd of Education 1848-1851 SAMUEL D. KING 1889-1890 WILLIAM E. MILLER 1852 ISAAC SMUCKER 1891-1898 WILLIAM C. WELLS 1853-1854 SAMUEL D. KING 1894 JOHN MOSER 1855-1856 I. N. WILSON 1895 WILLIAM CHRISTIAN 1857 D. D. JEWETT 1896-1897 SAMUEL I. DAVIS 1858-1862 T. 1. ANDERSON 1898-1902 WILLIAM CHRISTIAN 1868 ABNER W. DENNIS 1902 H. I. HOOVER fsix monthsj 1864 W. H. WINEGARDNER 1908-1904 D. M. KELLER 1865-1870 GIBSON ATHERTON 1905-1909 F. L. BEGGS 1871-1874 DAVID C. WINEGARNER 1910-1918 EDWARD KIBLER 1875 GIBSON ATHERTON 1914-1915 W. C. CHRISTIAN 1876 WILLIAM E. ATKINSON 1916-1925 W. E. MILLER 1877-1881 GEORGE M. GRASSER 1925-1989 I. M. MITCHELL 1882 WILLIAM F.. ATKINSON 1940-1947 R. W. JONES 1888-1886 I. V. BURNER ' 1948-1949 STACY CONRAD 1887-1888 W. I. HENDERSON Superintendents 1848-1849 LEVI P. COMAN 1869-1878 C. A. SNOW . 1849 C. H. KIBLER Cfour weeksj 1878-1898 I. C. HARTZLER 1849-1851 A. I. BUELL 1898-1904 F. lNlARTIN TOWNSEND 1851-1852 COLONEL C. K. KIBLER 1904-1910 I. D. SIMKINS 1852-1858 HENRY S. MARTIN 1910-1918 WILSON HAWKINS 1858-1862 ALEXANDER DUNCAN 1918-1988 O. 1. BARNES 1862-1868 M. M. TRAVIS 1988-1987 O. E. PORE 1868-1869 GEORGE W. WALKER 1987 PAUL B. EDWARDS Course of study-1849: English grammar, composition, rhetoric, Greek, Latin, vocal music, United States history, mental philosophy, logic, higher arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, botany, chemistry, geology, and bookkeeping. Course of study-1949: American literature, English literature, grammar and composition, Latin, French, Spanish, German, vocal music, band, journalism, United States history, world history, Civics, economics, Sociology, psychology, economic geography, commercial law, practical mathematics, business mathe- matics, plane geometry, solid geometry, trigonometry, advanced algebra, col- lege algebra, biology, chemistry, physics, practical science, bookkeeping, sales- manship, retail selling, stenography, typing, office machines, automotives, Wood- work, Smith-Hughs machine shop, drafting, printing, sheet metal, driver educa- tion, and physical education- ' Thirteen CENTRAL SCHOOL 47762572121 kfkzzziffz Fiftee Mr. Stacy Conrad Mrs. Freda Taylor President Vice-president Dr' G' W' Deu Mr. B. W. Dornbirer Dal-1-611 Wintel-mute Mrs. Virginia Russell Sixteen Clietired November, l948D Mrs. Thelma N. Harris, clerk Mr' Stewart COX: Clerk CRetired December, 19481 PAUL B. EDWARDS, B.S.,-M.A. Superintendent Seventeen swfwiislna Q me-swf Q, ,fggvgem Q ,Mew 1 33 ww-Q - vfym elf N SM, Q, s f 4 A GEORGE STOECKINIANN, A.B., Th.B., M.A. Vice Principal, Biology Nineteen 1 ,vs f 2 ,X Miz' . V 1 0 mf... Q,-Q. Elie: if T , V , Uh w'+1'i Q1 1 ' W- My M f Aw g 1 ,735 LOUADA M. MORGAN, ALA., Box., Commercial Subjects DORIS M. OLPP, 1s.A., Commercial Subjects LETHA HEADLEE, B.s., 1M.A., Commercial Subjects Twenty-Four II. C. St. CLAIR, Ama., Commercial Subjects, Trea.s-urer I. S. MQCLEARY, B.S., M.1zD., Commercial Subjects ETHEL ANGUS, A.n., M.s., Cooperative Retailing RUTH H. STEVENS, 1s.s., ALA., Home Economics MARY E. BARNES, Clerk BETTY JANE STEVENS, Secretary to Principal NEWAIUC HIGH SCHOOL Erected 1885 Razcd 1938-1939 O 47' r 'F f Twenty-Seven The 1948 Prize Awards During the amiual commencement at VVhite Field Stadium on the eve- ning of June 3, 1948, the traditional custom of presenting awards to out- standing students in the senior class was repeated. Amy Louise Henzy was the recipi- ent of four awards. She received the Wfilliarn E. and Annie S. Miller Prize in English, an award of twenty-five dollars in cash, the French Prize, a gift of French classics, the Soroptim- ist Award, a prize of twenty-five dol- lars and a gold pin, and a scholarship to Capital University. Sarah Jane Beck received five awards. She obtained the Latin Medal, awarded by Zeta Chapter, Denison University, of Eta Sigma Phi, the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize, the Leland Baxter, Ir., Award fo r outstanding achievement in journalism, a gift of tvventy-five dol- lars, the Harris Scholarship, tuition for one year to Miami University, and a scholarship to Capital University. Richard Eugene Retherford re- ceived the Athletic Award for out- standing performance in athletics and the Roger Sedgwick Award for ex- cellence in basketball. A new award for the boy ranking highest in the industrial arts program -selection being determined by the boyls attitude, personality, scholarship, high moral character, and leadership- -was given to Benton Clay Hitchcock Twenty-Eight by the Licking County Twins Club. The Charles H. Spencer Scholarship Award was presented to David Eu- gene Chaney and Donald Merle Rob- erts. This scholarship entitles each boy to one thousand dollars over a four-year period, the money to be distributed in allotments of two hun- dred and fifty dollars each year. The award is based up o n scholarly achievement and good moral char- acter. lt is to be given every four years. David Eugene Chaney also was presented the Harvard History Prize, a book gift. F lorangela Del Cecato and Beatrice Louise Mclnturf received the Com- mercial Award, a gift in cash of 'ten dollars to each. Letha Jean Dyer was awarded the Florence M. King Trophy for excel- lence in dramatics. A scholarship to Miami University which bestows upon the winner tui- tion for three years was presented to Kenneth Vernon McCreary. John Cerald Crillith Il was awarded the Harvard Cup, which entitles the winner to partial tuition to Harvard University. National Forensic Awards were giv- en to Donald Merle Roberts, Emo- gene Lou Shomaker, David Eugene Chaney, Ruth La Verne Dowler, Har- ry Martin Butler, Ir., and James Her- bert Armbruster. A seventh award, one for excellence in radio announc- ing, was given to Kenneth Vernon Mc- Creary. Scholarships to Capital University, which give one-fourth tuition each of four years of normal college, were presented to Amy Louise Henzy, Flor- angela Del Cecato, Donald Merle Roberts, Ila Suzanne Rivitz, Wilma El- len Richards, Sarah Iane Beck, Cor- nelia Ruth jones, and Joan Irwin Busby. SENIORS JALIES MCFARLAND President RICHARD JOHNSTON V ice-President MARGARET WAGGONEP. Treasurer MARILYN WEBB Secretary N Twenty-Nine Thirty Abbott, IoArm "Carrie" Panic -- Between turning heels and making rugs, 1'm going crazy!! QHi, Carolj Latin Club '48, Cheer Leaders '47, '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, Reveille News Staff '48, '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47. Allen, Barbara Jane "Barb" Panic-The morning after the night before. Oh! Those parties! fHi, Gangy Student Council '47, '48, '49, Music Appreciation '47, Latin Club '48, Col- lege Club '49, Reveille News Staff '48, '49, Ed- itor '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Masque and Gavel '49, Y- Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices, '47, vice- president, Room Agent '48, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49, Girls' Athletic Council '48, Badminton '48, Honor So- ciety '49. Alspach, Donn Edward "Aussie' PanicmHi! Ball Boy Camera Club '47, Science Club '49, College Club '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Room Agent '47, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Golf '48, '49, Radio An- nouncer '49. Anderson, Patricia Ann ..Pat,, Panic-People who call me .fAndy,, Sales Organization '48, '49, Future Retailers '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48. Ault, Daniel Robert ..B0b,, Panic-"Raisin" cane at out-of-town football games. Hi-Y, '48, Home Room Offices '47, '48, Room Agent '47, '48, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49. Barcus, Norma Jean "Corky" or "Norm" Panic - Oh, these short week ends! Basketball '47, '49, Base- ball '49, Volleyball '47, Baughman, Orville Leon "Ollie" Panic-Getting out of bed before 8 o'cIock Production Staff '49, Home Room Offices '47, vice- president, Intramural Bas- ketball '47, '48. Beeney, Juanita jean "Blondie" Panic-Carol and Buss Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Vol- leyball '47, '48, Bell, Io Ann Rebecca aloe., Panic-Economics first pr:- riod in the morning Music Appreciation -'47, '48, '49, Spanish Club '49, vice-president, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '48, '49, Honor Society '49. Benner, Richard Lewis "Dick" Panic - Standing on my head and spittin' wood- en nickels. Baseball '47, '48, '49, lu- trainural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Varsity Football '47,'48. Bennett, Dorothy Rae "Dot" or "Dottoe" Panic-No one understands CTwelfth Street Ragj glaorus '47, '48, Y-Teens Betz, Richard Ralph "Betsy" Panic-Dane M. and the fun in the Model A Baseball '47, '48, '49, In- tramural Basketball '48, Reserve Basketball '47, Speedball '48, '49. Bevarcl, Earl Dean "Deanie" 1'cmic-WVorking ut nigh! Bieherhach, Lena Mae "Little Beaver" Panic-The way people pronounce my last name Future Retailers '48, '49, Future Chorus '47, '48, Hom e m 21 k e r '47, '48, Room Agent '48, '49. Birkey, Kathryn Romaine "Kitty" Panic-People who join the Navy! Clli, Jolumiej Y-Teens '47, Future Home- maker '49, Black, Barbara Ann "Barb" or "Bobby" Panic-People who have to work on weckemls! CHi, Chucky F u t u r e Retailers '49, Chorus '47, '48, Y-Teens '47, '49, Room Agent '47. Binckley, Margaret Louise Black, Mary Louise "Pegge" or "Bink" Panic-Listen, Buddy, that was me! M u s i c Appreciation '49, Slaorus '49, Band '47, '48, "Puddy" Panic-People who bring up "long past" experi- ences. Chorus '47, '48, Basket- ball '48, Volleyball '48, Block, Emil Nathaniel, Jr. "Junior" Panic-Inst "815" La Renaissance '47 Masque and Gavel '47, '48, '49, Intramural Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49. Boclle, Ioseph WVilliam "Bill" Panic-Anyone who calls me joe Bonham, Barbara Ioyce ..I0y,, Panic-People who blow smoke in my face QHi, Jerry? , Future Retailers '49, Chorus '47, '48, Y-Teens '47, '48, Home Room Of- fices '49, treasurer. Bonham, Barbara Lee "Barber" Panic-Texas' and the Air Corps CHi, Aly Spanish Club '49, Chor- us '47, '48, Y-Teens '47, Baud '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '47. Bounds, Charles Dwight "Chisel" Panic-Eugene Varrasso Bragg, Alice Ann "Alice" Panic - People who are 6'7" CHL Dickj Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, Band '47, '49, secretary- treasurer '49, Honor S0- ciety '49. Thirty One BI'Ll.tflSCl1, Hilda Ann "Hil - Dee" Prmic-You say your lzirrl flied! Music Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, treas- urer, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, Volleyball '47, '48, Breeht, Marjorie Io "Margie" or 'Marg" Punic - Motorcycles, Gran- ville, rainy weekends! Y-Teens '47, Future Homemaker '49, Basket- ball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49, Brooks, Carol Jean "Brooksie" Prmic-Oh! Those girls with cute brothers CHL Katiej M u s ic Appreciation '49, Penmanship C l u b '49, president, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Room Agent '47, Volleyball '47. Thirty Two 1 R U Brown, Marilyn Rose "Minnie," "Punk" or "Button Nose" Panic-Iloping ll certain someone likes "Candy" Spanish Club '49, Cheer Leaders '47, '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, G.Y.A. '4S. '49, Masque and Gavel '48, '49, secretary '49, Y- Teens '47, Home Room Offices, president '47, Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49, Base- ball '47, '48, '49, Volley- ball '47. Brown, Murel Clenn "Brownie" Panic-Mr. Sw1mk's quiet algebra classes Science Club '48, '49. Brown, Reola Don "Tater" Panic-People calling me ..D0n,, F u t u r e Retailers '49, Chorus '47, '48, Y-Teens '48, '49. Brown, Richard Sylvester "Rich" or "Brownie" Prlnic-Tllllt N.ll.S. student Imzly of women . . . XVOSV! ' Burgess, joan Elizabeth aw, Panic-"lIas anyone seen Lena?" Penmanship Club, treasur- er '49, Future Homemak- er '49, Basketball '47, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Vol- leyball '47, '48, '49. Burns, Robert Harry ..B0b,, P11 nic-Oh! VVnnda Burt, Maurice YValdo "Speedo," "Burt" Panic-Ilrwing Roberts Imr- ry me up M u s i u Appreciation '48, S pan i s li Club '48, '49, College Club '49, Hi-Y '49, Home Room Ottices, treas- urer '47, Baseball '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Golf '49. Butler, Mary Ellzabetll "Mary" or "Beth" Panic-No lzcttcr car than a "32" Ford. 1111, Ruyj Chorus '47, Y-Teens '41, '48, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Chaney, Ralph Crile "Chaney" Panic-Being Called Brenna lAsk the band? M u s i c Appreciation '49, Spanish Club '49, Chorus '47, Band '47, '48 549, Orchestra '48. Chaney, William Richard "Bill" Panic-Everything in gen- eral, nothing in partic- ular S c i e n c e Club '48, '49, Room Agent '48, '49. Cochran, Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Panic-I fell in love with an island: "Put-in-Bay" Camera Club '49, Music Appreciation '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, Bad- minton '48. Cochran, Roland Dean "Dean" Panic-People who don't like Buicks Intramural Basketball '48, Cole, Katherine Jean HCM, Panic -All my other nick- 71677163 M u s 1 c Appreciation '49, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Y- Teens '49, Future Home- maker '48, Basketball '49. Coleman, William, Ir. "Sheik" Panic-People who call me William Intramural Basketball '48, R e s e r v e Basketball '47, V a r s 3 t y Basketball '49, Football '47, '48, '49, Track Squad '47. Cooksey, Lois Mae "Cookie" Panic-Bankers fHi, Edj Y-Teens '48. Cooperrrder, Jessie Mae "Messie Jay" Panic - See you at the Dairy Bar! fHi, Eloise! Music Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, Col- lege Club, vice-president '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Room Agent '49, Basket- ball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, Badminton '48. Coyle, james Franklin Cupps, Bertha Juanita "Hot Rod" Panic - Mr. Steinbergefs easy experiments Student Council '48, '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, Masque and Gavel '48, '49, presi- dent '49, Home Room Of- fices, vice-president '47, Room Agent '47, Intra- mural Basketball '48, '49. Crawford, Carolyn Esther "Cisco Cisco" Panic-What kind of a car do you haue? Annual Staff '48, '49, Stu- dent Council '47, '48, '49, vice-president '49, Music Appreciation '48, La Ren- aissance '48, '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '49, Baseball '47, Honor Society '49. R I "Nita" Panic-Oh! How I wish it were 3:15 CHi, Tootsj Chorus '48, Future Home- maker '49, Basketball '49, Baseball '49, Davidson, Dorothy Ann "Tootsie" Panic-T h o s e wonderful summer vzwatiorls. QHi, Monaj Chorus '47, '49, F u t u r e Homemaker '49, Basket- ball '49, Baseball '49. Davidson, Eloise "Elsie" Panic-See you at the Dairy Bar QHi, .lessicj Music Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, Home Room Offices, treasurer '47, Basketball '47, -'48, '49, Baseball '48, Volleyball '47, '48, Badminton '48, Thirty-Three Davis, Mable Ellen "Babe" Panic - My nickname and full name Chorus '48, '49, Davis, Richard Paul "Dick" Panic-Successfully keeping training with ,lim Mc- Farlancl Baseball '48, Reserve Bas- ketball '47, Varsity Basket- ball '48, '49, Speedball '48, '49. Dawson, Alice Mae "Curley" Panic-Boys who are guitar happy!!!! Production Staff '49, Bas- ketball '47, Baseball '47, Volleyball '47, '48, Thirty-Four Deeds, Marilyn June "Cisco Iunie" Panic-I don't have to go to Scotland to find a "Laddie" M u sic Appreciation '49, La Sflenaissance '48, '49, vice-president '49, Colle e Club' '49, G.Y,A. '48, '42, Y-Teens '47, Horne Room Offices, vice-president '47, Business StaH '49, Basket- ball '47, '48, '49, Volley- ball '47. Delancey, Robert Earl aB0b,, Panic-Waiting in front of King's for Juanita to get off work Room Agent '47, Intra- mural Baskeiball '47, Var- sity Football '47, '48, '49. Dennison, Andrew Bailey ..Andy,, Panic-Sitting in the dress- ing room waiting to go out onto the field. Baseball '48, '49, Intra- mural Basketball '48, '49, Varsity Football '48, '49. DiBlasio, Wilbur Anthony "Herman" Panic-Riding in I1f1l'ld!'l'S "airplane!" Intramural Basketball '47, Reserve Basketball, man- ager '47, Varsity Basket- ball, manager '47, Reserve Football '47, '48, mana- ger, Varsity Football '47, '48, m a n a g e r, Track Squad '47, manager. Dickerson, Fern Virginia "Fernie" Panic-Please don't "stop" chorus '47, '48, '49. Dickinson, Addison Montgomery "Add" Panic - Throwing pennies in the halls Diller, Shirley Jeannette "Shirley" Panic-To be silent would be my death La Renaissance '48, '49, Spanish Club '48, '49. Dillon, Ruth Ellen "Ruthie" Panic-People who don't show up at a party for four. CHL Normanj Room Agent '47, Basket- ball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '49, Volleyball ,47, '48, '49, Dodson, Eleanor Lucille ..Eeny,, Panic-Gee, I wish I were tall!! Reveille News Staft '49, G.Y.A. '49. Egli, Mary Lou Eriksen, Stanley Roger Ei "Mary Lou" Panic-Stuck-up people West Jefferson High School News reporter, Madison Press '48, Home Room Of- fices '48, Chorus '47, '48, Girl's Glee Club '47, '48, Fortnighter Statt, Assistant Art Editor '48. finger, Betty Lou "Cisco Betty Lou" Panic - People who d0n't take to me give me an "Ed"aehe La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, Reveille News Staff '48, '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, vice-president '49, Y- Teens '47, Business Staff '48, '49, Basketball '47, Volleyball '48, Junior Class Treasurer '48. Ellis, Gretchen Louis "Boots" Panic - Those early morn- ing rehearsals Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, Band '47, '48, '49, Band Council '49, astann Panic-Hey, Donnie, let mc read that note! S c i e n c e Club, president '49, C o Ile g e Club '49, Home Room Offices, pres- ident '47, Room A g e n t '47, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49. Eshelman, Mary Ellen f.Me Men Panic-People who sleep at slumber parties Music Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, 49, Vol- leyball '47, '48, '49, Evans, Don Alan "Pete" Panic-My name ain't Don- ald! Student Council '48, '49, Debate '47, '48, '49, Spanish Club '49, College Club '49, Masque and Gavel '49: Scribblers '48, Honor Society '49. Farley, Thelma Alice "Shorty" Panic-Getting up to go to school Future Retailers '48, Li- brary Assistant '47, '48, '49, F u t u r e Homemaker '47, '48, '49. ' Farmer, Yvonne Jean aleanu Panic-People who think that I blush Chorus '47, '48, Feuerriegel, Richard Lee "Dick" Panic-School SEY '48, '49, secretary Flanigan, Paul Michael Panic-Women! "Finnegan" Student Council '48, '49, Camera Club '47, '48, Science Club '49, College Club '49, Boom Agent '48, Honor Society '49. Forbes, Sally Lou .tsauyv Panic - Maybe you'lZ be there CHi, Charliej Music Appreciation '47, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '49, Y- Teens '47, Future Home- maker '48, '49, Room Agent '49. Frey, Alice Mae HAP, Panic - Certain people in the U. S. Marines fHi, Kermyj Chorus '47, '48. Thirty Fix e Gatrell, Ioan Corrine "Ioanie" Panic - A certain O.S.U. boy flli, Winnicj Cheerleaders '47, '48, '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, treasurer '49, Y-Teens '47, Basket- ball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Gatrell, Larry Lee "Radar" Panic-Kissing queens Baseball '47, '48, Varsity Football '47, '48, '49. George, George Michael "Mike" Panic - Getting homework done on time Intramural Basketball '47, Home Room Offices '47, lgssident, Honor Society Gibbs, Genevieve Hilah "Fritz" Panic-Once a preachefs daughter always a preachcfs daughter. Production Staff '49, Band '47, '48, '49. Thirty-Six Gienger, William Howard "Bill" or "Bud" Panic-That sophomore girl Intramural Basketball '47. Gilliam, James Lee "jimmy" Panic-Watching Al shake hands while laughing Spanish Club '48, '49, Sci- ence Club '47, Art Staff '48, '49, Intramural Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49, Grandstaff, Mary Lou "Cisco Maggy" Panic-What'll I do, Jayne? Student Council '47, '48, '49, M u s i c Appreciation '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, vice-president '48, presi- dent '49, Home Room Of- fices '47, secretary, Bas- ketball '48, '49, Baseball '49, Honor Society '49. Grigsby, Paul Leroy "Paul" Panic-Homework Gutridge, Joseph Williaiii ..I0e,, Panic-Going to school Intramural Basketball '47. Haas, Jean Frances "Jeannie" Panic-8 a. in. at Haley's H. H. fHi, Midgej Debate '47, '48, '49, vice- president '49, C amera Club '47, '48, Music Ap- preciation '49, La Renais- sance '48, '49, Science Club '48, secretary '48, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '49, Y-Teens '47, Business Staff '48, '49, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48. Hale, Mary Ann "Cisco Annie" Panic - No, Marilyn, the mailman hasn't gone by yet Annual Staff '48, '49, co- editor '49, Student Coun- cil '47, '48, '49, Music Appreciation '48, '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, president '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, Volley- ball '47, '48, Honor Soci- ety '49. Haley, Carole Louise "N.G." Panic - Dialing 46841. Is this Iearfs pop? Music Appreciation '49, Science Club '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Business Staff '47, '48, '49, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Iland, Jayne Ann "Cisco Jayne" Panic-I need a "Kane" to walk with M u s i c Appreciation '49: G.Y.A. '49, Basketball '49, Baseball '49, Volleyball '49, Hanover High School: Class officer, secretary- treasurer '47, '48, County Student Council '48, Cheerleader '47, '48, Handel, Larry Lester "Handley" Panic-Riding in the "35" special Spanish Club '49, College Club '49, Baseball '47, '48, Intramural Basketball R e s e r v e Basketball Harbrt, Keith Bond "Kid Rookie" Panic-Ned and his puddle yumper College Club '49, Home Room Offices, treasurer '47, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, 3218, '49, Tennis Squad Harding, Jack Edward .fjackn Panic-Slow but sure Spanish Club '49, Science Club '49, College Club '49, Scribblers '48, Room Agent '49, Cross Country Squad '47, '48, Track Squad '47, 48, '49. Hart, Jack Armstrong alackn Panic-People who talk all the time and say noth- mg. Tllgramural Basketball '47, Hay, Walter Edward UC ,, Parllic-Some older people I know Hi-Y '47, '48, Helpbrey, Jimmie Lee ...uma Panic-Those Friday nights Home Room Offices '47. Hess, Joyce Ann alexa Panic-Why do I have to blush? fHi, Dickj Debate '47, Music Appre- ciation '49, Spanish Club '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, vice-president, Band ' '23, '49, Orchestra ' , 47, 47 Hickman, Harold Vernon ..Ike,, Panic-People asking me to go to the navy Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49. Hines, Calvert Milton, Jr. ..Ca1,, Panic-Report cards Band '47, '48, '49, Intra- mural Basketball '47, '48, Track Squad '47, '48, Holley, Betty Mae "Betty" Panic-The sign of the Ram Cboj Future Retailers '49, Chorus '47, Basketball '47. Hook, Robert H. ..Bob,, Panic-Tarzly Bulls Student Council '47, '48, '49, president '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, Home Room Offices, pres- iilgnt '47, Honor Society Thirty Seven Horton, Paul Robert "Paul" Panic-WVf1iting for the blessed event Clli, Wife, College Club '49, Ex- serviceman. Horw1tz, Carolyn D1anc "Cisco Dionne" Panic-Richard the Lion- Hearted M u s i c Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, president '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Business Staff '49, Volleyball '47. Howard, Donald Elwood ..Bud,, Panic-Stuckup Dames .,5,Hi-Y '47. Thirty-Eight Howard, Phyllis Jean "Phyll" Panic-I "strut" to the brat of the zlrum major fSonny, that isj Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, Band '47, '48, '49. Howes, Clarice Marjorie "Clarice" Panic - No matter how much I have, I always want moore, QHi, Haroldj Chorus '47, '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, '48, '49. Huffman, Paul Thomas "George" Panic-Hunting, fishing, and a certain girl Reserve Basketball '47. Huffman, Relva lean ,W in ,, 140 1:4 H' , V X H X r S.. Y ., ,Kwa i I, , , , for Ivers, Max Deloss "Rel" "Mac" Panic-Being called every- PzmicfGctting up in thu thing from Rebel to Rav- mornings elinv. Camera Club '49, Pen- mansliip '49, Chorus '48, Y-'ieensi37, Future Home- ma er ' . Jackson, Ralph William, Jr. L "Bill" HEQSF' Joseph Chyton Panic - Marching slower Panic-You d0n't say! ZF? S120 with the liigraniural Basketball 47, Band ,'4,?, 348, ,49- Hunt, Norma Jean "Tiny" . Panic-Who at my door is JCHTCS, Treva E1l661'1 standing? Bob? "Treva" Chorus '47, '48, '49, Bas- ketball '47, '48,'49,Base- ball,' 47, '48, '49, Volley- ball '47, '48, Panic-The Miller by the sea QHi, Kidj Penmanship C lu b '49, Chorus '47, '49, Band '47. Q "sf jo jo hnson, Daniel VVillia1n "Danny" Prmie-Magician Pcnmansliip Club '49. hnsou, Noah ...redo PaniehGetling up every morning Spanish Club '48, '49, ln- tramural Basketball '47, Varsity Football '48, Cross Country Squad '47, '48, Track Squad '48, '49, Speedball '47. Johnston, Richard Park "Dick" Panic-A certain "Cas" UH, Iimlj Science Club '49, College Club '49, Home Room Offices '47, '48, president, Class office, vice-president '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, R e s e r v e Basketball '48, V a r sity Basketball '48, Cross Country Squad '47, Speedball '48, '49, Honor Society '49. H . e jones, Dollie Mae "Freckles" PaniefRemember the old times at the skating rink? Basketball '47, Baseball '47, Volleyball '47. Jones, Donald William "Deke" Panic - Hunting and fish- ing liigramural Basketball '47, Jones, Joseph Clyde "junior" ' Panic-Nothing in particu- lar Spanish Club '49, Intra- mural Basketball '48. Kane, Robert Earl Kigcr, Wilbcrt Hursey "Spank" 'WVilbur" Panic-lVaiting llrree years to win. 'Teal VVildeat.s" Intramural Basketball '48, Reserve Basketball '47, Varsity Basketball '49, Varsity Football '47, '48, '49, Track Squad '47, '48. Keinath, Joyce Eileen "Pinky" Panic - Sleeping, .sllnnber parties, and some people CHL Kidslj M Ll s i c Appreciation '49, Cheerleaders '47, '48, '49, Chorus '47, Production Staff '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49s Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49, Badminton '4S. Kidd, Betty Jane "Kidd" Panic-Tell me, please, tell me why? Chorus '46, Future Home- iggker '49, Room Agent Panicfllloclel Planes Ponmansllip Club '47. Kincaid, john Clarence 1.-Iackn PanicYPeopIe who call me HC0fU7lU8,, La Renaissance '48, '49, Science Club '49, Intra- mural Basketball '47, '49, Reserve Football '47, Var- sity Football '48, '49. Kinney, Donald Dwight "Don" Panic-7:00 Band practice fHi, Ierrylj Camera Club '49, Band '35, '48, '49, Orchestra Thirty Nine Forty l l "Cisco Betty Lou" Panic-"Laugh and the world laughs with you" Korb, Betty Lou Lane, Annabel Lecky, Hugh Franklin Love, Evelyn "Annie" "Jerry" "Evie" Panic - No matter how Panic - To love, live, and Panic-Oh, these short much change I have, I clie, for The Band Lili, people Sfill1Ufllltll "Bill" Donlj Chorus '47, '48, '49, Fu- Student Council '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, secretary, Chorus '47, GYA '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, secretary, Vol- leyball '47. Kornman, Christine Ruth "Chris" Pllfllll-llll big scene . . . "Mumllle, niunzblef' "bump, bump" . . . and silence! Student Council '48, '49, Latin Club '48, Library Assistant '47, '48, '49, College Club '49, Masque and Gavel '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '47, Future Teachers '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Honor Society '49. Lampson, Shirley Ann "Sl1irl" Panic-Cordelia-Oli, 1haL's me! La Renaissance '48, '49, College Club '49, Masque and Gavel '47, '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '47, '48, Basketball '47, Volleyball '47, Con- test Speaking '48, '49. M u s i c Appreciation '47, '49, Chorus '47, '48, Pro- duction Staff '49, Basket- ball '49, Baseball '49, Vol- leyball '47. Larimore, John Parker "Barney" Panic-Monday "mornings" Room Agent '49, Baseball '47, '48, Intramural Bas- ketball '49, Reserve Bas- ketball '47, Varsity Bas- ketball '48, Speedball '48. Lavelle, Betty Marie "Cisco Laval" Panic-If I wear my Genes, I won't lose Mc Kee M u s i c Appreciation '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, treasurer, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, Business Staff '49. Latin Club, '48, Masque and Gavel '48, '49, Band '47, '48, '49, Ba11d Coun- '48, '49, president '48, Levingston, Kathleen Marilyn ..Kay,, Panic-Remembering "Lines" . . . that is, for plays and contest speaking Masque and Gavel '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices, secretary '47, Contest Speaking '49, Camera Club '49, Basket- ball '49, Music Apprecia- tion '49. Logsdon, Dolores Mae "Dodie" Panic-Take your 'ole Ford and go for ri ride, but I'll take a Buick with Max inside CHi, Moxj Student Council '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Masque and Gavel '47, '48, '49, treasurer '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '47, Honor Society '49. ture Homemaker '49, vice- president, Honor Society '49, Lugar, Mildred Elizabeth "Midge" Panic-Three o'clock in the morning at Haley's fHi, Jenny Chorus '47, '48, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47. McFiu'la1id, james Edward "lim" Panic-All the Casanova basketball players Clli, Dick, Dave, Sz Dick!J College Club '49, Honor Society '49, Science Club '49, Class Offices, presi- dent '47, '48, '49, Reserve Basketball '47, Varsity Basketball '48, '49, Cross Country Squad '47, Track Squad '47, Tennis Squad '47, '48, '49, Speedball '48, '49. McGranar, Shirley Ann "Shirtail" Panic-Being called "ornery" Future Retailers '49. McKnight, Mary Elizabeth ..Mary,, Panic-People who call me "Elizzy" Future Retailers '49, Chorus '47, '48, McMannis, Carlene Jane . cceprgeu Puma-B oys in general Future Retailers '49, pres- ident, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Room A g e n t '48, Bas- ketball '48, Volleyball '47, Volleyball '47, Mimeo- graph Staff '49, Honor So- ciety '49. McPeek, Ross Edwin "Ross" Panic-Long stairwuys Home Room Offices '47, Lzgsident, Honor Society MacNealy, Mary Sue "Susie" Panic-"If you knew Susie like I know Susie" QH. HJ Student Council '47, '48, '49, Music Appreciation '49, Spanish Club '48, '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, secretary '49, Y- Teens '47, '48, '49, Honor Society '49. MacPherson, Doris Althea "Mac" or "Dee" Panic-Not a preacher, but a parson CHL Iacklj '49, Band '47, '48, M arkhain, Katherine Ella "Katie" Panic-There are a lot of rambling roses, but only P nrose one e Production Staff '49. Marriott, Jack Clyde .rlackv Panic - Vacation trips I hear about but never go on! Camera Club '47. Mason, Frances Mae "Francie" Panic-Slumber parties at Betty's. Penmanship Club '49, Chorus '47, '48, Produc- tion Stai-E '49. Mason, Ruth Anne "Frankie" A Pamc-Frankie and Iolmme are lovers Penmanship Club '49, Y- Teens '47, '48, Future Homemakers, t r e a s u r e r '49, Band '47, '48, Bas- ketball '49, Volleyball '49, Honor Society '49. Masters, Durwarcl Hilton ..Dur,, Panic-Oh, that Civics class! Intramural Basketball '47, Reserve Basketball '47, manager, Varsity Basket- ball '48, '49, manager, Track Squad '47, manager. Meckley, David VVayne "Dave" Panic-Betz's Model "A" Class Offices '47, treasur- 49 er, Baseball '47, '48, ' , Reserve Basketball '47, Varsity Basketball '48, Cross Country Squad '47, Speedball '48, '49. Forty One lXIcssenger, Robert Louis r.Bob,, Panic -Being head sucker to a certain checker at Krogefs Future Retailers '49. Miller, Thomas A., Ir. "Tom" Panic-College English Home Room Offices '47, R. O. T. C. '47, '48, R.O.T.C. Rifle Team '48, R.O.T.C. Color Guard '48. Miller, VVilliain Xavier "Bill" Panic-Girls who wear loo much make-up Home Room Offices '47, vice - president, Room agent '48, Honor Society Forty Two Miner, Shirley ,lean "Shorty" Panic-Getting up and coming to school Future R e t a i l e r s '48, Chorus '47, '48, Y-Teens '47, '48, Room Agent '48. Moon, Donald Keith ..Abe,, Panic -- People who pick arguments Spanish Club '49, Band '47. Moore, Harold Lewis "Harold" Panic - My little brother kicking me at the supper table Intramural Basketball '48, '49, Speedball '47. Mowrey, Violet Mae ..Vi,, Panic-Bob! Future Homernakers '47, '48, '49, vice-president. Nadolson, Charlotte Ilene "Charlie" Panic-Oh that Marine! CHi, Elliottlb Production Staff '49, Y- Teens '47, Band '47, '48, '49, Orchestra '47. Nye, Herbert Glenn "Herb" Panic-Certain people who .say "I don't know." fHi, Bobll College Club '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Intramural Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49. Offenbaker, George Walter "Speed" PaniceThose iueek-ends at Hillbilly Park fHi, C. A15 Intramural Basketball '47, '49, Cross Country Squad '47, Track Squad '47, '48, '49, Speedball '48. Orr, Helen Charlene "Helen" Panic-Prince Charming Uust like youll Library Assistant '48, Y- Teens '47, Chorus '47, Reveille News Staff '49, Room Agent '47, '49, Business Staff '48. Otterman, Nancy Ann r.DuSty,, Panic-If everyone were as happy as I! La Renaissance '48, '49, Latin Club '48, vice-pres- ident, Reveille News Staff '48, '49, G.Y.A. '48,'49, Y- Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices '47, vice- president, Future Home- maker '49, Room Agent '47, Basketball '47, Vol- leyssball '47, Honor Society '4 . 'w's':z'.v Oxley Virginia Lee Parlet, Charlotte Nadine 7 "Ginny" Panic-I'm happy about the whole thing Student Council '47, '48, '49, M u s i c Appreciation '47, '48, Spanish Club '48, '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A, '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices '47, secretary, Class Office '48, secretary, Honor Society '49. Pancaw, Nancy Adams "Nanny" Panic-Slow 'pokes fHur1y up, Barbej La Renaissance '49, Col- lege Club '49, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Y-Teens '49, Band '47. Parker, Patricia Jean ..Red,, Panic-Rodgers, Gum and Candy, Inc. Spanish Club '47, '48, '49, Latin Club '48, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Scribblers '47, '48, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, 49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. "Shotsy" "Blondie" Panic-A lovely week and a glorious weekend, but oh, wait till june 4Hi, H. KJ Sales Organization '47, '48, '49, Future Retailers '49: Chorus '47, Basketball '47, Volleyball '47, '48. Peifers, Charles Lee "Chuck" or "Charlie" Panic-"A Tree in the Meadow" Science Club '48, Hi-Y '48, '49, Room Agent '48, Cross Country Squad '47, Track Squad '47, Speed- ball '48. Peffers, Russell Eugene "Russ" or "Jasper" Panic-Being called Romeo Sales Organization '49, Science Club '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Reserve Basket- ball '47, manager, Reserve Football '47, manager, Track Squad '48, '49, manager, Speedball '48, manager. Pepper, Donald Gcne ..PeD,, Panic-Those happy days at Northwestern Music Appreciation '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, Chorus '47, Hi-Y '49, Band '47, '48, '49, manager, Orchestra '47. Perdue, Virginia Grace ..Jini,, Panic-Make up your mind, will you? Qlli, Billj Spanish Club '49, Cheer- leaders '47, '48, '49, G.Y. A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Band '48, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '49, Honor Society '49. Petrey, Shirley Ann "Shirley" Panic-No baseball i win- ter fstrike three! Jn Chorus '47, '48, Pickering, Charlotte jean "Charlotte" Pzmio+Certain people tell- ing me I talk too much Future Retailers '49, Chorus '47. Polmg, Ruth Evelyn "Ruthie" Panic-Monday morning 1 got the blues! Chorus '47. Post, Shirley Louise .. .sureqyn Panic-Girls who get chummy with "Burning" Band '47, '48, '49, Base- ball '47, Basketball '47, Volleyball '47. Forty Three Pound, Allce Charlene "Cisco Charlie Bugs" Panic-"Be a good friend, and let who will be dover" Student Council '48, '49, secretary '49, Music Ap- preciation '49, Spanish Club '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, Scribblers '48, Home Room Offices '47, treasurer, Business Staff '49, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Powell, Madclyn Jane "Ianie' Panic-Oh, Brother!! CI-Ii, Joaniej M u s i c Appreciation '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '48, '49. Powell, Phyllis Emily 'Phil" Panic-I like the house on Granville Street for "Sentimental Reasons" Music Appreciation '47, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, Room Agent '47. F orty-F our Pryor, Edwin Cilchrist "Ned" Panic-Nice a clay, huh? Annual Staff '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, president, Home Room Offices '47, Intramural Basketball '47, Cross Country Squad F.. Y-V . -W - ,- 2 ia Rambo, Jerry Richard ..Ram,, Panic-Deke aml George Intramural Basketball '48, Reserve Basketball '47, Speedball '48. Redman, Joyce Ann ..JOy,,-,joy-decs, PanichD on't Hender f sonj Music Appreciation '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, Production Staff '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens, '48, '49, Home Room Of- fices '47, president, Future Homemakers '49, Basket- ball '49, Baseball '48. Reed, Parker Edgar "Sonny" Panic-We strut down the field together, Plxyll and the D.M.-me, that is! Masque and Gavel '47, Home Room Offices '47, Band '47, '48, '49, Orches- tra '47, '48, Rennecker, Marjorie lean ..Mary,, Panic-Have you seen "Me" or "You?" CHL Lenalj Y-Teens '47, '48, '49. Reynard, Robert Stanley ffB0b,, Panic-Oh, that trip, New- ark to Zanesville U-Ii, Dorylj Baseball '47, '48, Intra- mural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Reserve Football '47, Varsity Football '48. Rice, Alice Eileen aoopyv Panic-"Lu Lui!" Chorus '47, '48, Produc- tion Stalf '49. Richards, Billie Jean Hcurlyp Panic - Two periods in drafting class fHi, A. Room gent '48, Intra- mural Basketball '47. Richards, Hallie Eleanor "Hallie" Panic-Those breath-taking motorcycle rides Chorus '47, Basketball '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '48. Ridenbaugh, Lena Juanita "Lena" Panic-People with "Bob" around Chorus '47, '48, G. Y. A. '49, Y-Teens '49, Basket- ball '48, Volleyball '4S. Riley, Nancy Iane ..Ike,. Panic-"Mimi any y0use" CGee Suie Milikeekj G.Y.A. '48, '49, Baseball '48, Volleyball '48. Roberts, Kenneth Harris "Button-Nose" Panic-Minnie, Miami, and Money Spanish Club '49, Hi-Y '48, chaplain, '49 presi- dent, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Varsity Foot- ball '47, Cross Country Squad '48, Track Squad '47, '48, '49, Speedball '47, Class Office '48, vice- president. , yu: 4 ' ies tags . far , , , ,ew 2 -3 , g g. .,4.s35Ef,,.e.lf.s ' if ,wt V- .,Ms,,,,,,. , .- .. ., is 4 4 ,, 4, '05 ' ' , aw - ' Q' , ' 4224 'mf 3 wi 3:5 -'-' ': ggeass a::-a-:,-:.- .. W , i. 4 W wwe Robinson, Donna Jean "Blondie" Panic-The time between weekends CHi, Shirleyj Future Retailers '49. Robinson, Edgar Lee ..Ed,, Panic-W'amen Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Rodgers, Grace Karen "Grace Karen" Panic-Looking forward to my dates with Deun f Hi, Dean? Chorus '47. p ' 5' ': Rodgers, Minerva Fontell "Minerva" Panic-My date with VV,M. fHi, Waynej Chorus '47. Roike, Daniel "Danny" Panic-Football and girls Baseball '48, Varsity Foot- ball '47, '48, '49, Track Squad '48, '49. Roof, Gladys Eileen "Eileen" Panic-People that ask, "Where's the rest of the house?" Music Appreciation '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y- Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, secretary, Room Agent '47. Rowe, Io Anne Inez "Honey" Panic-Tliose short week- ends fHi, Tomb S a l e s Organization '48, Production Staff '49, Room Agent '47, Volleyball '47. Rusic, Anna "Rusty" Panic-The original CHL Carolj Music Appreciation '47, '48, '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, Library Assistant '47, '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Of- fices '47, vice-president, Basketball '47, Baseball '47, Volleyball '47, Honor Society '49. Buton, Bernard Chester "Sonny" Panic-School Baseball '47, '48, '49, In- tramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Forty Five -4 is 5 ' . if 4. . sas.,-s Ryzgidv Edward Winnett Panic - People who wun't argue with me College Club '49, Hi-Y '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Class Office '47, vice president. Sands, Alice Louise "Sandy" Panic-Week-ends with H.A.H, Chorus '47. Schlosser, Bonnie Lee Panic-Secret admirer fHi, jane and Dodiej.. Production Staff '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices '47. Schmitt, Harold Glenn askipv Panfic-These silly girls Intramural Basketball '48. Forty Six Sennett, Ellen Dee "Butch" Panic-Trucks and Model Aw fm, Baby Volleyball '48, Shell, Ruth Ellen "Hysteria" C9-59 Panic-Slumber parties and Mom's rootbeer! CHi, Gangj La Renaissance '47, '48, '49, Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, Band '47, '48, '49. Shields, Susan Jane "Cisco Sue" Panic-Being thought a sophomore Student Council, '48, '49, treasurer '49, Music Ap- preciation '48, '49, La Renaissance '48, '49, - lege Club '49, G.Y.A. , '49, Y-Teens '47, Scrib- blers '47, Room Agent '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Vol- leyball '47, '48, '49. Col '48 Shreve, Barbara Jean "Barbie" Panic-O,S.U.-here I come Camera Club '47, La Renaissance '48, '49, Col- lege Club '49, Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '47, Honor Society '49. Simpson, Maryorle Ruth "Margie" Panic-Burr haircuts CHL Billj Chorus '47, Production Staff '49, Y-Teens '47, Business Staff '48, Basket- ball '49, Baseball '49, Vol- liybball '49, Honor Society Slebodnlk, Donna Ioan "Donny" Panic-Oli! This world, the people in it, und me Camera Club '47, treasur- er, La Renaissance '48, '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Home Room Offices '47, vice president, Band '48, '49, Orchestra '47, '48, Basketball '47, Baseball '47, 'Volleyball '47. Smith, Esther Iean "The Brat" Prmic-Oh, those trips to Columbus! CHi, Chucky Y-Teens '48, '49. Smith, Thelma Juanita "Nita" Panic-Homework Library Assistant '47, Bas- ketball '47, Softball '47, Volleyball '48. Smucker, Giles William ..Doc,, Panic-Bored of Education Camera Club '47, Music Appreciation '48, treasur- er, Annual Staff '48, '49, co-editor '49, Debate '47, La Renaissance '48, '49, Science Club '49, College Club '49, Home Room Of- fices '47, president, Room Agent '47. Speer, Robert Lloyd ..BDb,, Panic-It's been a struggle . . . Band, that is Hi-Y '48, '49, treasurer '49, Band '47, '48, '49. Stasel, Shirley Ann "Shirl" Panic-Oh, these farmers! 4Hi, H. M.p Camera Club '47, Pen- manshiln Club '48, Chorus '47, ' 8, '49, Production Staff '49. Stichter, Josephine Theresa ' ..I0,, Panic-Only seven nights a week CHL Bill CJ Stickle, Claude YVillard upeten Panic-Model A Shimmy Stickle, Myrtle Ellen f'Trigger" Panic-Waiting for the mailman CMaleJ Camera Club '47, Spanish Club '49, Colle e Club '49, Y-Teens '57, '49, Basketball '48. Still, Roy Thomas .Tomb Panic-Nature Boy Future Retailers '49, vice-president. Swartz, Macille ,Evelyn Taylor, Sue Ann "Tillie" "Cisco Sue" Panic-Waiting for that bus to come CHL Estellnl Chorus '46, '47, '48, Fu- ture Homemakers '49. Taylor, Harland Edward Panic-Women Debate '47, '48, Intramur- l Basketball '48, Varsity gootball '48, '49, Taylor, Margaret Irene "Marguerite" Panic-Oh, what foals we mortals be! La Renaissance '48, '49, Library Assistant '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '48. Panic-"The Best Is Yet To Come" La Renaissance '48, '49, treasurer '48, Latin Club '48, treasurer, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Scribblers '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, Volleyball '47, '48, Thompson, Bonita Lee "Tommie" or "Bonnie" Payic-My big brother CHi, erryj La Renaissance '48, '49, Honor Society '49, Band jig, '48, '49, Orchestra Forty-Seven Tignor, Ruby Pearl ..Arpie,, Panic-Never opals, ncuer cmeralds, but always rubies and pearls Camera Club '47, Music Appreciation '47, '48, '49, Spanish Club '48, '49, sec- retary '48, Library Assist- ant '47, College Club '49, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Bas- ketball '47, Baseball '49, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49. Tripp, Betty Rose "Betts" Panic-Paul, his motorcycle, and week-ends with no rain Library Assistant '47, Y- Teens '47, '48, Future Homemaker '48, '49, Bas- ketball '49, Baseball '49, Volleyball '48. Vaia, Lula ..LuLu,, Panic - People who know everything in general but nothing in particular Student Council '48, '49: Production Staff '49, Band '47, '48, '49, Baseball '48, Honor Society '49. Forty Eight Vaia, Theodore ..Ted,, Panic - Running out to Everett's Field and back fHi, Dickl Intramural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Cross Country Squad '47, Track Squad '47, '48, '49, Speedball '48, '49. VanclerHoven, Mona Jean UM I ,, Panic-Hold the train CHi, Annaj M u s i c Appreciation 48, '49, Spanish Club '48, '49, College Club '49, G.Y.A. '49, -Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices '47, treasurer, Room Agent '48, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Vol- leyball '47, '48, 7 Van Ness, Talbott Lloyd "Laddie" Panic-You can take july, but I'll always take June Science Club '49, Intra- mural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Reserve Football '47, Golf '47, '48. Varasso, Eugene Camillo "Gene" Panic-Placing charged condensers in girls' lockers Science Club '48, '49, Honor Society '49. Vermilion, Dolores Evelyn aDee,, Panic-Mr. Miller's home- room fHi, Barbj Gig- gle water and bleach! L i b r a 1' y Assistant '47, C h o r u s '47, Production Staff '49, Band '47, Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49, Base- ball '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Vermilion, Juanita Ann "Bebe" Panic-Oh, those Sopho-U more band trips! LHi, Barbl Chorus '47, Band '47, '48, '49, Orchestra '48. Waggoner, Margaret Blodgett .lMargy,, Panic-Come on, lct's get going! Student Council '49, Mu- sic Appreciation '48, '49, La Renaissance, '48, '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Home Room Offices '47, vice-president, Volleyball '47, '48, Class Officers '49, secretary, Honor So- ciety '49. Waites, Alice Mae "Shorty" Panic-Watch those hills, Neil Carroll High School: Stu- dent Council '47, '48, "C" Association '48, Choir '47, '48, '49, Class Officer, secretary '47, Volleyball '28, Fellowship '47, '48, ' 9. Waldren, Dorothea Louise "Dottie" Panic-Those "Sundaes" at Zanesville CHi, Pattyl Chorus '47. Walker, Eleanor lean "Dolly" Panic-A guy nnmczl 7100" Production Staff '49, Y- Teens '47. Ward, Daisy Dale uDaZev Panic-Counting the hours until 11:30 lHi, C.M.G.J Penmanship Club '49, La- tin Club '47- Colle e Club '49, Y-Teens '45, '49 Basketball '47, '48, '49 Baseball '47, '48, '49, Vol leyball '47, '48, '49. Warrick, Glenn William ..Bu1,, Panic-Taking five girls home at noon , ,. 1 I , 1 , , t - , lf . 21... . is V...,,:'::.,: 4 g, ' -,:. ,, ,:: -. , , . A- '- -- 1:5 . 5' - -:air . A Weakley, Mary Ruth "M.R." Panic-Athens . . . 80 miles away . . . H.H. M u s i c Appreciation '49, College Club '49, Chorus '47, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Room Agent '49, Business Staff '47, '48, '49, man- ager '48, Basketball '47, '49, Baseball '49, Volley- ball '47, '49. Weaver, Charles Vernon "Chuck" Panic-Oh! The opposite sex fEh! Dennyj Home Room Offices '47, president, Room Agent '47, Baseball '49, Intra- mural Basketball '47, '48, '49, Reserve Football '47, 100-Mile Club '47. Webb, Marilyn jean "Minnie" Panic-Mary Ann, did you get any Baldwin-Wal- lace news today? M u s i c Appreciation '49, Cheer leaders '47, '48, '49, Chorus '47, G.Y.A. '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, '48, '49, Business Staff '48, Class Offices '47, secretary, '49, treasurer, Basketball '47, '48 '49, Baseball '47, '48, Volleyball '47, '48, Weller, David Roy "Wellie" Panic-People who are nl- ways mooching Room Agent '48, '49, ln- trlramural Basketball '48, , Wheeler Denny Eugene ltDenn , Panic-Shall we Wheel'er or Walk'er CHi, Carolj Baseball '49, Intramural Basketball '47, '49, Re- serve Football '47, Var- sity Football '48, '49, 100- Mile Club '47. VVllling, Mary Ann "Shorty" Panic-VVondaring if I will ever grow up! Camera Club '47, La Ren- aissance '48, '49, Chorus '47, Masque and Gavel '47, '48, '49, Y-Teens '47. Wilson, Earl Raymond "Oil" Panic-Waiting on S muck- ef- l Wilson, Jay Junior nlay., ' . Panic-Gettmg up 1-n the morning Hi-Y '48, '49, Intramural Basketball '47, '49. Wolfe, Dorothy Anne "Dottie" Panic-Waiting for the phone to ring CHi, Pat and Ruthj Chorus '47, '48, Band '47, '48, '49. Forty-Nine Fifty VVoolarcl, George Howard "George" Panic-Trouble Reserve Basketball '47, Varsity Basketball '48, '49g Reserve Football '47, Var- sity Football '48g Track bllqgxad '47, Tennis Squad XVooles, Barbara Ann "Barbie" Panic-Mr. MiII1'r's Hame- room-3l3: Gigglc water and bleach CHi, Duel Chorus '47g Reveille News Staff '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Volleyball '47, '48, '49. Yaus, Larry Lee "Babe" Pll7li04Pl'0PIU who are busy in other clmrcllcs Yost, Kenneth Tulla, jr. "Kenney" Pflilfll-lWlIIL,S best fricntl Zeiber, Carol Elizabeth "Liz Porkey Zer" Panic+The poalroom Cheerleaders '47, '48, '49 Chorus '47g G.Y.A. '48 '-499 Room Agent '48, Bas- ketball '47, '48, '49g Base- ball '47, '48, '49, Volley- ball '47. STUDENT LEADERS Ilow Ivhlary Ann Hale, Evelyn Love, Barbara Allen. Row 2-Robert Kane, Ciles Smucker, James McFarland, Robert Hook. Outstanding students are selected either upon merit of work accomplished or import- ance of position held. Such organizations as the Reoeille News and the Reveille Annual are manifestly important in that they reflect the pulse and record the history of the school. Automatically their heads become outstanding, for to be editor of such publi- cations is a serious responsibility and trust. Newark being the athletic city that it is, an individual prominent in sport circles im- mediately gains recognition. To be first academically in any given class is an honor magna cum laude, Further, to direct the student government of a school is a serious responsibility which reflects the character of such I1 leader. Finally, to be president of oneis class is a traditional honor. Evelyn Love, a commercial student, ranked first in the Class of 1949 as the result of her commendable feat of having a four- point average, or all-A record in high school. Mary Ann Hale and Giles Smucker were selected co-editors of the 1949 Reveille Annual, a coveted honor among students. Incidentally, Isaac Smucker, one of the three to draw up resolutions for the Educa- tion Society of Newark Township and presi- dent of the Board of Education in 1852, is a great-uncle of Giles Smucker. Likewise, Barbara Allen was selected editor of the Reveille News because of the importance of that position. In the world of sports, Robert Kane made All-C.O.L. eleven, the United Press All-Ohio High School Football selec- tions, and the All-Ohio scholastic team of the International News Service. Robert Hook was elected by his classmates to lead the all-important Student Council in its constructive program for the school. And finally, for the fifth consecutive year, James McFarland was elected president of his class, an achievement few can equal. Fifty-One The Senior Play Seated Qleft to rightj-Margaret Mackenzie, Nancy Branscome, Jerry Bowden, Suzanne Rivitiz, Ceraldinc Our street. Standing Cleft to rightl-Marjorie Kelley, Nancy Fatig, Io Ann Plaine, Ruth Fisher. F ifty-Two By special arrangement with Sam- uel French, the Senior Class of 1948 presented TI1IE DIVINE F LORA, a com- edy with a prologue and three acts, in the high school auditorium on the evenings of May thirteenth and four- teenth. The play was under the di- rection of Miss Ioan Patton. Ioan Simpson and Gary Griffith were stu- dent directors. The cast, in order of appearance, was as follows: Hal, John Chester, Winnie, Molly Bob, Boops, Patti Rice, Stu, James Lawrence, Kit, Letha Dyer, Etta Dean C the divine Floraj, Bonnie Bine, the feminine lead, Ban- dy Pryor, Paul Diller, the male lead, Mr. Pryor, Donald Roberts, Mrs. Pryor, Barbara Van Fleet, Buzz, Bob- ert Brown, Mr. Dean, Leland Ver- milion, Sharon, Nancy Branscome, Wayne, William Hughes, Tex Arden, Ierry Bowden, Polly, Gerry Over- street, Helena, Suzanne Bivitz, Mar- velle, Margaret Mackenzie, Daphne, Amy Henzy, Mr. Dugan, Gene Gal- braith, Susie Bella, Emogene Sho- maker, and the girls, Nancy Fatig, Ruth Fisher, Marjorie Kelly, Marcia Moore, and Ioan Plaine. The Prom f PATSY IS CROWNED During the hours between nine and twelve in the high school gymnasium on the evening of May 22, 1948, the foremost social wheeze of the school year was enjoyed by seniors, juniors, and their guests. Dancers shuffled and surged to the scintillating rhythms of Jimmy Martin and his syncopating aggregation. St r e a ID e r s of crepe paper and other touches of veneer made the scene one of gaiety and ro- mance. The event marked the open- ing of the final round of activities on the crowded senior calendar. James McFarland, president of the junior class, c r o W n e d Pasty Wise Queen of the Prom. She was selected by ballot at the door. Committee chairmen in charge of arrangements were Dolores Logsdon, Betty Lavelle, Christine Kornman, Shirley Lamson, Margaret Waggoner, Charlene Pound, Barbara Black, Io Ann Bachelor, Barbara Allen, Marilyn Webb, James Coyle, and Iames Mc- Farland. Junior advisers were Miss Louada Morgan, Miss Doris Olpp, and Mr. Raymond Schick. Fifty-Three The Baccalaureate Fifty-Four THE GLEE CLUB SINCS Candidates of the Class of 1948 for the high school diploma attended the annual Baccalaureate in the high school auditorium the afternoon of May 30, 1948, at two-thirty oiclock. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Myron Pearce, played the pro- eessional, "The Valiant Knightf' by Charles Woodhouse, as the class en- tered, escorted by Mary Lou Grand- staff and Carolyn Crawford. The Rev- erend Virgil A. Snyder of the Maple Avenue Christian Union Church pro- nounced the Invocation. The high school girls, glee club, under the di- rection of Mr. Wendell Iones, fol- lowed with Gounod's "Lovely Ap- pearf, The baccalaureate address was de- livered by the Reverend Louis H. Lammers of St. johns Evangelical Be- formed Church. His subject was i'Crowing Strong." Following his ad- dress, the glee club sang Caulis "At Eventide It Shall Be Lightf' The Reverend I. Frank Simpson of the First Church of the Nazarene pro- nounced the Benediction. The Class of 1948 retired to the strains of "The Valiant Knightf, again played by the orchestra. As is the custom, the au- dience remained seated during the exodus of the senior class. Ushers from the junior class were james Coyle, Robert Hook, james Mc- Farland, Paul Flanigan, Jack Harding, and Keith Harbit. The service was broadcast over ra- dio station VVRFD, Worthington, Ohio. The Commencement Left to right-Mr. Stoeckmann, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Edwards, Dr. Ketchum, M1'. Lammers, Mr. Conrad, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Dornbirer, Dr. Dell, Mr. Cox. Promptly at six-fifteen oiclock, on the evening of June 3, 1948, at White Field, the high school band, under the direction of Mr. Myron Pearce, began the playing of the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance,v Elgar, which was the signal for members of the Class of 1948, escorted by Carolyn Craw- ford and Mary Lou Grandstaff, to move to their places. They were preceded by the Board of Education, superintendent of Newark schools, the Reverend Mr. Lammers, the Rev- erend Mr. Simpson, Dr. Charles B. Ketcham, the principal, and the vice principal of Newark High School. The Reverend Louis H. Lammers of Saint Johns Evangelical Reformed Church pronounced the Invocation. The band then played "Symphonic Marchf, by Mancini. Dr. Charles B. Ketcham, president of Mount Union College, chose the subject, "The Master of My F ate,', for his address. Superintendent Paul B. Edwards followed with the presenta- tion of awards to outstanding mem- bers of the graduating class. In ad- dition, he recognized the editor and senior members of the Beveille An- nual staff, the Business Staff, the Na- tional Honor Society, the Student Council, and seniors having consecu- tive years of perfect school attendance. Mr. Stacy Conrad, president of the Board of Education, then presented diplomas to members of the Class of 1948 with congratulations, The Bev- erend I. Frank Simpson of the First Church of the Nazarene uttered the Benediction, and the new alumni re- tired froin the field as the band played the recessional, 'cPomp and Circum- stancef, For the Hrst time in the history of commencements at Newark H i gh School, the proceedings were broad- cast. The station was WRFD, VVorth- ington, Ohio. Fifty-Five The Chorus Concert Fifty-Six During the evening of May 7, 1948, at 8:30, in the high school auditorium, the Chorus, under the direction of YVendell M. Iones, gave its annual concert. The program was divided into six sections. Students participating in solo or duet numbers were Gwendo- lyn Holmok, Marilyn Parker, Evelyn Love, Ioan Zink, Shirley Lee, Albert Grove of the sixth grade at Hartzler School, jimmie Roach of the Hfth grade at Conrad School, who gave a series of bird calls, Rollie Pipes, Esther Lammers, Robert Young, Mary Black, and Iean Crider. Wayne Morrow served as master of ceremonies, Edwin Redman was in charge of the stage. Shirley Lee was pianist. The Bond Concert Midst spring scenery, colored lights, and shining draperies, Newark school bands, under the direction of Myron A. Pearce, presented their second an- nual spring concert. Evening per- formances on April 22 and 23, 1948, attracted crowds which filled the gym- nasium, scene of the concert. Mas- ter of Ceremonies Richard Rether- ford announced the program. The junior band, which presented the first part of the program, consisted of members from Central, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson jun- ior high schools. To close their part of the cencert, this junior aggregation played "Legions of Victoryf, by Olivadoti, under the direction of Stu- dent Kenneth Gray. The concert band, consisting only of senior high school members, pre- sented a program calculated to please any listener. Special features were "Ariane,,' by Louis Boyer, a required Class AA contest number, "Atlantic Zephyrsf by Gardell Simons, featur- ing a trombone solo by Robert Stein- berger, c'Children,s March," by Ed- win Franko Goldman, with special sound effects by Bernard Fatig, "Jun- gle Iumpf by Iames E. Handlon, fea- turing Mildred Snow and Donald Pep- per on the tympani, "On the Mallf by Edwin Franko Goldman, and a humorous musical melodrama entitled "Nell, the Farmeris Daughterf, by Al- bert I. Dorr, narrated by Richard Retherford. The program concluded with the bandis theme song, "When Day Is Donef with Lula Vaia as vocal soloist. Fifty-Seven NORTH FOURTH STREET SCHOOL WIZZZQ db 5772672 ,V Fifty-Nine Sixty IUNIORS GRANT STEADLEY President PHYLISS RINE Secretary ROBERT BARRETT Treasurer RUSSEL REID Vice-President JUNCORS V- V'--. aw - ,V 'EV '. - .. gi ri- 2 A '- - -- - ..... . ' : V V f B - ' V -t, A X -, - . - tv! '5 V ,MX A f. A . I . 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Row 4-James Bline, Marcella Blizzard, Beverly Blowers, Mary Bonham, Don Boss- cawcn, Billie Boswell, Joann Boyd, Mary Ann Braid. Row 5-Shirley Brannon, Joan Bringardner, Barbara Broolcover, Mildred Brown, Jimmie Butler, Joyce Butler, La Verne Butler, Wilma Butt. Row 6-Charles Buxton, Charlene Canter, Barbara Carson, James Carson, Barbara Carter, Jack Cartnal, Robert Cates, Robert Chaney. Row 7-Don Chapman, Fred Citrone, Lewis Claggett, Paul Clifton, Eddie Cline, Carol Cochran, Myrtle Cochran, Robert Cochran. Sixty-One Sixty-Two IUNIDRS Row 1-Gladys Coleman, George Collet, Iack Conner, Betty Courson, Donald Coyle, Shirley Coyle, Charles Craig, Walter Cramer. Row 2-Ralph Crane, Ruth Crawford, Elaine Creighton, Dorothy Darling, Hallie Davis, Richard Deeds, Betty Lou DeLancey, Frederick Dillon. Row 3-Carol Disbennett, Marlene Ditter, Kathleen Donaldson, Ioyce Drake, Charles Dudley, Edgar Dupler, Philip Dupler, Blanche Dutcher. Row 4-Dolores Earls, Marilyn Edris, Dorothy Edwards, Frances Elmore, Robert Er- win, Carol Evans, Martha Evans, Fred Fernow. Row 5-Richard Fields, Joseph Fiest, Ben Finckel, William Fish, Janice Flannigan, Richard Fleitz, Ellen Flowers, Paul Flowers. Row 6-Marilyn F luharty, Carol F oit, Estella Forsythe, Glen Fox, Io Ann Franklin, Harold Freas, Barbara Fredritz, Robert Frye. Row 7-Marilyn Gamble, Lola Garrett, Hallie Gayheart, Robert Goodin, Gail Goss, James Green, jean Grider, Mary Grimm. IUNIORS Row 1-Janice Grove, Don Cntridge, Dwight Hackney, Howard llaga, Verna Hal- blaub, Patricia llalbrooks, Mary Ann Hall. Row 2-Richard Hall, Wilma Hannahs, Ann Lou Harris, Robert Harris, Nancy Hart- man, James Hartsough, Fred Hayes, Richard Hayes. Row 3-Florence Hayman, Eugene Haynes, Mildred Helser, Jolm Hitchcock, WVilliam Hitchcock, Brenna Hobson, Larry Hogue, Ronald Hollingshead. Row 4-Margery Holman, Mary Holman, Patricia Homman, Alan Hoon, Paul Horton, Mary House, Ruth Huff, Richard Humphreys. Row 5-Nancy Hunt, William Hunt, John Huston, William Ingler, June Jacobs, Marian Sue James, Douglas Johnson, Gordon Johnson. Row 6-Seward Johnson, William Johnson, Helen Jones, Wayne Kaercher, Sue Killinger, Shirley Kilpatrick, Alice King, Robert Kinney. Row 7-Gene Kinsey, Robert Kirk, Nancy Lally, Norma Lane, Patsy Larason, Shirley Lee, Elizabeth Leslie, Carol Lewis. Sixty-Three Sixty-Four l 1 IUNIORS Row 1-Dorothy Lewis, Richard Lippincott, Robert Livingston, Terrill Long, Ioan MacNealy, james McCaulsky, Betty McCullough, Albert McDowell. Row 2-Lee McFerren, Wanda McPeek, Patricia Mann, Linda Martin, Duane Masters, Marilyn Mawhorter, Richard Melton, Albert Meriweather. Row 3-Kentrell Miller, Margaret Miller, Stanley Miller, William F. Miller, james Moody, Bonnie Moore, Io Ann Moore, Betty Myers. Row 4-Io Ann Nichols, Barbara Null, Mary Oakleaf, Ernest Oakley, Lewis Oder, Phyllis Orr, Richard Palmer, Martin Parker. Row 5-Joseph Parkinson, Patricia Parrnellee, Donna Parrish, William Patten, Gordon Patton, Georgeann Penick, Rita Pettit, Maxine Phares. Row 6-Charles Pickering, Ioen Place, Charles Pound, Clarence Purdy, Dale Ralston, Edwin Redman. JUNIORS Row 1-Joan Redman, Lewis Reece, Robert Reed, Mary Lou Reid, Russell Reid, Cecil Rhodes, Janet Rice, Eugene Ridenbough. Row 2-Phyllis Rine, Electa Mae Roberts, Betty Rogers, Beverly Roley, David Roof, William Rose, Betty Rowe, Mary Louise Schaller. Row 3-Richard Schroats, Joanna Schultz, Patricia Scott, Vernebelle Scott, Richard Seiter, Richard Senff, William Shibler, James Shields. Row 4-Richard Shoemaker, Glenn Sickles, Judy Siegel, Lawrence Sillin, Mary Alice Simco, William Simms, Dona Jean Smith, Paul Smith. Row 5-Shirley Smith, Richard Snelling, Lorene Sorrell, Joyce Spellman, Dolores Spence, Bernard Spitzer, Shirley Staiger, Mary Lou Stauch. Row 6-Lois Steele, Robert Steinberger, Robert Stevens, Carl Stewart, Marilyn Stewart, Harriett Stickle. Sixty-Five Sixty-Six IUNIORS Row 1-Ruth Stough, Grant Stradley, Louanna Sturman, Philip Sullivan, Dorothy Taylor Raymond Teagarden, Donald Thomas, Jeane Thomas. Row 2-Allan Tilton, Ioy Tomlinson, Ioan Turk, Barbara Turner, Lewis Unternaker Arlene Updike, Harriett Vandevender, Marlene Vann. Row 3-Lloyd Varner, Karl Varney, Chandler Waggoner, Roland WVagner, Carol Walker Philip Walker, Richard Wallenberg, Betty Warner. Row 4-Robert Warthen, Gene Watson, Ruth Weekly, Dorothy Welsh, Richard West Bonnie White, Donald White, Nancy Wickham. Row 5-Susan Wilkin, Dorothy Williams, Mary Williams, Robert Williams, Warren Wil- liams, Mary Wilson, Richard Wilson, Marjorie Wince. Row 6-Frederick Wessinger, Wanda Woodruff, Eloise Wright, Barbara Yost, Joan Zink s 7 SOPHCMORES PAULINE V AIA Vice-President ROBERT TOLAND President PATRICIA SNIITH Secretary NIARY FULKS T rezlsurcr Sixty-Seven iff Sixty-Eight SQPHQMQRES Row 1-Douglas Acord, Nancy Allen, Barbara Andrews, Donna Ankrurn, Josephine An- narino, Sue Asher, Charles Bagent, Sarah Baker. Row 2-David Balding, Thomas Ballinger, Ann Barrick, Sue Baughman, Jerrold Beall, Emily Beardshear, Rose Ann Bebout, Bernard Bishoff. Row 3-Donald Black, Wilda Bodkin, Richard Boell, Eugene Bowman, Margarite Bow- man, Mildred Boylan, Helen Broddock, Charles Bradshaw. Row 4-Phyllis Braid, Richard Branscome, Jean Brooks, Marilyn Brooks, Barbara Brown, Franklin Brown, Dwight Brownfield, Lois Brownfield. Row 5-Jean Burgess, Donnalea Cain, James Calloway, Larry Campbell, Wayne Camp- bell, Julia Carpenter, Charles Carson, Janice Castle. Row 6-Allan Chaney, Walter Chaney, Edwin Channell, Conrad Chesser, Harold Clark, Patricia Clark, James Cochlan, Darlene Cochran. Row 7-Philip Cochran, Eugenia Cole, Wade Cook, Nancy Cornell, Frank Craig, Carolyn Crego, David Creighton, Barbara Crist. SCDPHOMCDRES Row 1-Byron Cullison, Martha Dague, Nancy Darkes, Gail Darnes, jack Davis, Kenneth Davis, Betty Dean, Barbara Decker. Row 2-Charles Dennis, Iohn Di Blasio, Richard Dickinson, Edwin Dillehay, Bernard Ditter, Ronald Doll, Bonnie Drumm, Margaret Ann Dupler. Row 3-Richard Ellis, Marilyn Embrey, Charlotte Farley, Clarice Farley, Bernard Farm- er, Donna Fisher, John F itzgibbon, Ronald Foote. Row 4-Barbara Ford, Iune Foster, Charles Albert Francis, Nancy Francis, Milan F ranga, Geraldine Franks, Loren French, Carol Frey. Row 5-Pauline Frey, Mary Fulks, Annabel Gardner, Karl Gelfer, Dorothy Geller, Rob- ert Glasmeir, Kenneth Gray, Donald Grigsby. Row 6-Daniel Grimes, Paul Haas, Frances Hall, Rhoda Hamilton, George Hanners, Annamae Harmon, Jean Harmon, Inez Harris. Row 7-James Harris, Oren Stanley Harris, Patricia Hart, Ned Harter, William Heim, Ronald Helman, Darlene Helms, Richard Hendren. l . Q. lr' Sixty-Nine ll ,.1 I Seventy SOPHOMORES Row 1-Jean Hines, Betty Ann Hitchcock, Flora Hitchcock, Marilyn Hitchcock, Iamcs Hoffer, Betty Hulbert, Robert Holmes, Duane Holmquist. , Row 2-Rodney Howarth, Geraldine Hoy, Alice Huber, Evelyn Hughes, Leona Hughes, Mary Low Hummel, Patricia Hunt, William Hupp. Row 3-John Iden, Patricia Iler, Jean Jackson, Janet jay, Patricia Jeffries, Ann Johnson, Robert johnson, Joseph Johnston. Row 4-Anna Jones, John Iones, Joseph Jones, Richard Jones, Charles Kart, George Kelley, Shirley Kennington, Robert Kems. Row 5-Clarence Kieber, Carol Kiger, Emily Kiger, Donald Koerner, John Koontz, Wil- liam Kramer, Jacqueline Kreager, Robert Lampton. Row 6-Larry Lanclram, Richard Lescody, james Leslie, Norma Iean Lewis, C. Edward Lightle, Norman jean Lightle, Keith Lindeman, Carole Lingafelter. Row 7-Charles Link, Carolyn Linn, David Linn, Margaret Livengood, Marilyn Loar, Ioan Loewendick, M. Virginia Loudin, Iohn Love. SQPHQMQRES Row 1-Donald Luby, Augusta Lucas, james Lucas, Herman Luckner, Leona Lugar, Mona Ioan Lusetti, Ruth Luther, janet Mackey. Row 2-E. Betty Macy, Donna Jean Malherbe, YVilma jean Malherbc, john Markham, Marilyn Markle, Bonnie Marmic, Bonnie Masteller, Eva McCullough. Row 3-Alice McDonald, Phyllis McDonnell, M. Joanne McDonough, XVilina McFar- land, jo Anne Meadows, Billic Sue Melton, Harold Miller, Robert Miller. Row 4-Wanda Miller, Jeannine Meisenhelder, Peggy Mitchell, Helen Diana Mohler, Patricia Mohler, Walter Montgomery, Raymond Moore, Ronald Moore. Row 5-Eugene Monroe, Ruth Moran, Charles Morgan, Mary Mosman, Charles Moyer, Marlene Murphy, Patricia Myer, Harold McBride. Row 6-Franklin McCaf'ferty, Leroy McGinnis, Lewis McIntosh, George Nash, Phyllis Nedelcoff, Sue Nees, Don Oakley, Dewey Oder. Row 7-Don Offenbaker, Ellen Offenbaker, Anna O,Neil, John Orr, Orville Orr, Robert Osborn, Margaret Parmalee, Louise Peffers. .1 r. Seventy-One Seventy-Two SOPHOMORES Row 1-Mary Lou Pickering, Phyllis Porter, Stanton Porter, William Posey, Mona Potter, Dale Priest, Leontine Purks, Patty Pyle. Row 2-James Quickel, Carol Radcliffe, Clark Rader, James Ranck, Annis Rauck, Lawrence Rector, Larry Reese, Patricia Regan. Row 3-William Reinhold, Leon Richey, Valentine Richter, Carol Jean Rickrich, Leland Ridenbaugh, Susan Riehl, George Riley, Thomas Riley. Row 4-Gerald Rine, Earl Roberts, Richard Roof, Shirley Rose, Bill W. Rosebrough, Donald Ruschaupt, Conrad Russell, Suzanne Ryan. Row 5-Richard Saylor, Jeanne Scheiber, William Schick, Alice Schmutzler, Janet Schultz, Charlotte Scott, Irvine Shaner, Ralph Sheeler. 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Row 1-Gerald Spiker, Richard Stafford, Hom Jeremiah Steele, Barbara Stemm, William Stichter. Row 2-Margaret Stiff, Donald Swartz, Jack Richard Tripp, William Truex, Roy Tull. Throipp, Robert er Steele, James Steele, Janice Sue Steele, Toland, Donald Tolliver, auline Vaia, Frances Vandevender, Gene Row 3-Rolland Turner, Janet Utterback, P Van Meter, Anthony Varrasso, Lois Van Winkle, Marilyn Vermillion. Row 4wRachel Vermillion, Maxine Victor, Paul Waddell, Janet Wade, Harriet Wagner, Rose Marie Walburn, Nancy Wallace, Carol Waters. Row 5-Norma Watson, Robert Weisent, William VVelsh, Robert Wenzel, Bonnie West- lake, Marjorie Whipple, Dale White, Douglas White. Row 6-Anna Wicklund, Sue Wigton, Sandra Willey, Clyde Williams, Doris Williams, Jo Ann Williams, Donald Wills, Richard Wilson. Row 7-Dolores Wolfe, Janet Wolfe, Shirley Wolfe, Helen Woolard, John Wooles, Ar- lene Wright, Max Wright, Nelly Wright. Seventy Three TV ,sNAP5 h -Q tFo yVOODROVV YVILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Erected 1929-1930 E. H. HECKENLBIAN A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University BLA., Ohio State University Seventy-Five Seventy-Six WILSON Row 1-Rose Mary Art, Beverly Baker, Helen Baker, Edward Bradley, John Brohard Ronald Brown, Eugene Campolo, Leroy Carter. Row 2-Thomas Cline, Sally Cochran, Duane Cole, Walter Connelly, Paul Cooperricler Richard Crane, James Cromer, Don Dunaway. I Row 3-Betty Ervin, Iulia Fletcher, Helen Fraizer, Harold Frishoun, Harry Gaydos John Gibbs, William Gonser, Jo Ann Good. Row 4-Don Hall, Eddie Hammond, Ronald Harris, Don Hideg, Craig Hindman Ronald Holdbrook, William Hornby, Robert Hughes. ' Row 5-Thomas Jones, William Kistler, Lynn Kramer, Monte Landis, Sandra Large Ralph Lewis, Robert McCaig. .. , ,,, J S WILSCDN Row 1-Richard McCoy, Ida Lucille McDaniel, Jane MacNealy, Sue Melloy, James Morgan, Nancy Murphy, Patricia Neuman, Nancy Norpell. Row 2-Sara Mae Norris, Carol Nunes, Kenneth Pierpont, Barbara Rector, Miriam Red- man, Marlin Redman, Roberta Renneckar, Richard Reynard. Row 3-James Rice, Beverly Roberts, Darlene Saum, Ronald Shockley, Don Shoe- maker, June Skinner, Barbara Slocumb, William Smith. Row 4-Lois Spellman, Barbara Spencer, Linda Strate, Charles Tanner, William Taylor, Lois Ann Thomas, Cynthia Tucker, James Van Winkle. Row 5-Robert Vann, Vernon Walser, Janice Welker, Dale Widnig, Jo Anne Wilson, Bernard Wince, Shirley Wright. ,A Y V V Seventy-Seven WILSCDN CI-IEFS Left to right-Richard Reynard, Kenneth Pierpont, YVilliam Hornby, Marlin Redman, Duane Colt Lynn Kramer, james Nethers, Miss Helen Griffith, james Morgan, james Van XVinkle, XVilliani Smith, Ralph Lewis Harold Freshour. Seated in front-WVilliam Taylor, Bernard VVince. Seventy-Eight Under the direction of Miss Helen Griffith, these young men are learn- ing the culinary art from frying a hamburger to baking pies, and serv- ing luncheons when occasions re- quire. Who knows, some day one or more of them may become a famous Chef in one of our elite eating places. At least We do know that this practi- cal experience will be put to good use in the future Whether as bache- lors or husbands. ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Erected 1928-1929 EDITH FLEMING Principal B.S., Michigan State Normal College Selfenty-Nine Eighty ROOSEVELT Row 1-Thomas Balding, Joan Bare, Violet Bebout, Stewart Beck, Thomas Beckett, john Beckman, Alma Belford, Kenneth Black. Row 2-Ernest Bonham, Theodore Bradshaw, Ioyce Brown, Ierry Buxton, Royal Camp- bell, Roger Carson, Fred Carter, F indley Chappelear. Row 3-Emma jean Clernings, Georgianna Cochran, Delores Collins, William Conn, Hubert Conrad, Paul Cowles, Everett Crothers, Peggy Dickey. Row 4-James Dishon, Kenneth Dobbs, William Dush, Virginia Evans, Janet F elumlee, Janice Fisher, Helen Frey, Richard Fulton. Row 5-Robert Hageman, George Heisey, Elizabeth Henry, Nancy Hobbs, Bernard Hol- ton, Robert Houck, John Hughes, Gloria Hunibert. Row 6-David Kathary, James Keinath, Nancy Kepner, Betty Kidd. ROOSEVELT Row 1-Glenna Lee, William Mackenzic, Iames MaeNcaly, WVilliam ML-Cafferty, jerry McDaniel, lack McLaughlin, Dorothy Miller, Louis Mitchell. Row 2-Iolm Moore, Ned Nehls, Nancy Pearce, VVilliam Phillips, Dallas Place, Joan Powell, Samual Price, Vincent Price. Row 3-Henry Richardson, Larry Ring, Sandra Rivitz, Marjean Robinson, Marjorie Roh- inson, Barbara Schaller, Toni Schonberg, Carol Scott. Row 4-Frances Sloan, Carl Smith, Frank Smith, Jane Smith, Janice Spf-elman, Mary Alice Swartz, Herbert Tait, Christina Taylor. Row 5-Lucile Tyrer, Ioan Van Meter, James Von Schriltz, Joan Vorhees, Sharon Warncr, William White, Carol Wilden, Sally Wiley. Row 6-Walter VViley, Paul Wilson, Franklin Young, Ioyce Zinsmcistcr. Eighty-One Roosevelt Monitors Seated from left to right arc: First row-Nancy Fr-lumlce, Gloria Humbers, Janice Fisher, Nancy Kepner, Virginia Evans, Cynthia Hale, Thekla Reese, Nancy Pearce, Dorothy Stickle, Nancilou Long, Margaret Simp- kins, joyce Nichols. Second row-David Roberts, Janice Hughes, Patsy Patterson, Norma Norton, Susan Cochran, joan Van- Meter, Judy Cunningham, Charlene Messick, Barbara Schaller, Christine Taylor, Norma Hughes and Paul Fullcs. Third row-Ralph Levingston, Herbert Tait, Jerry McDaniel, XValtcr NVilcy, Tom Balding, john Beckman, Donald Lindrooth, Robert Lilly, George Heisey, Rogcr Carson, Ronald Hageman, and Iames VonSchriltz. Roosevelt School has a system of the slips of students passing from one monitors set up for the purpose of room to another, to see that no one controlling order in the halls during loiters on his Way, and to report any- class time. Their duties are to sign thing which needs correcting. Ei ghty-Two LINCOLN IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Ere-cted 1928-1929 THORA P. RIHCDONOUGH Principal A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University Eighty-Three ia K v J , inn K' 'R ,X ' LINCGLN gmw, 'it Lis Q. all' if f J it cv 1 Y-J 1 I QT Xl M L 'V w li ij 1 A5 .ag , . ., J Row 1-Burl Ashcraft, Ross Ashcraft, Shirley Banks, William Barclay, Donald Barrctt, -1 J N Eighty-Four Lola Baughman, Conrad Blowers, George Boiehan. Row 2-Nina Bowden, Clare Ann Bringardner, JoAnn Brooks, Helen Bums, JoAnn Carlisle, Nancy Cartnal, Ronald Castle, Richard Chattertor. Row 3-Quentin Cullison, Robert Cunningham, Barbara Danlcy, Charles Deeds, Thomas Delancey, Jack Dennis, Jacqueline Dial, John Dial. Row 4-Fred Dodson, Robert Dodson, Elnora Echols, Dawn Eisert, Shirley Farmer, Doris Francis, Gene Francis, Richard Gardner. Row 5-Melvin Halblaub, Virgil Harris, Thomas unter, Virginia Jeffers, Marilyn Jinks, Linda Johnson, Avanelle Jones, Dale Jones. Y 3 - Row 6-VVaunita Jones. ffl 3' 'Qi qi x ,f f I 'Yip f if 'X B P V i. 5 ' uv' J , VJ 5 J Jwx K Mft K x H N 'v 3 MJ x . V U .Z 1 X X, I ' lv S 24 Q f S. U Cffffcfff gf X 'il 'T X X 0 QQ LINCQLN R l 1- M 7-1 P4 Q bi. " 5 OJ 'fu Q 1' Row 1-Leroy Kidd, Betty Livingston, Janet Loar. Leonard Lovell, Doris McClung, Wilma Mains, Dixie Miller, William Mitchell. Row 2-Eugene Moore, Linda Moore, Marjorie Moran, Marjorie Mummey, Jack Newcomb, Barbara Oakleaf, Barbara Parsons, Ellen Petticord. Row 3-Robert Pigg, Byron Place, Morjorie Pound, Charles Richards, Iames Richards, Edward Rogers, Iunior Salyer, Mary Belle Sensabaugh. Row 4-James Spicer, Gilbert Springer, William Spung, Margaret Strait, Mae Thomp- son, Marie Thompson, Norman Trimble, Roy Turk. Row 5-Donald Turner, Edward Valentine, Allan Varner, Dolores Wagner, William WValker, Thomas Warman, Dorothy Welsh, Virginia Williams. Row 6-Ralph Wills, John Woodruff, Ernest Yost. wdffflf 1 kilvfz. ml ,fig iv, , .LA I 7 wi, BC ", 1 1 fl f I , A N, I , I ff. -f K N I 7,4 , ,, jj' 1 I, ' , fi I ' P Ut gil, f 1 4 i ygiljix was KJ . V vllihliji 1 Vit-1 Eighty-Five LINCOLN STUDENT COUNCIL Eighty-Six The Lincoln Student Council was organized two years ago and has functioned effectively in school af- fairs. Its Work includes planning as- semblies and school activities and helping in the solution of student problems. An outstanding contribu- tion on the Councilis part was the sponsoring of the collection of funds in the Ohio Heart Association Cam- paign. The president of the Senior High School Council was guest speaker, and members of the Lincoln group ac- cepted his invitation to visit a meet- ing of the high school organization. William Walker is president and Linda Johnston is secretary. Members include Catherine Lake, Shirley Orr, Don Barrett, Conrad Blowers, Delores VVagner, Linda Johnston, Norman Trimble, Byron Biffle, Jack Holmes, john Hendrickson, Chalmers Stone- burner, William Dntcher, and Fred Elmore. CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Erected 1939-1940 LESTER B. COX Principal A.B., Otterbein College Cracluatc work, Ohio State University Eighty-Seven CENTRAL Eighty-Ei glut Bow 1-Carma Aeklin, Doris Anderson, Diana Armentrout, Esther Bagent, Ann Baird, William Barcus, Bonnie Barcus, Chris Baruxes. Row 2-Norma Baughman, Frank Beatty, William Beckham, Mary lane Boring, Mon- ford Bounds, Donald Bradford, Eugene Bradford, Lois Brehm. Row 3-JoAnne Buckey, Meryleen Butt, Betty Carr, Wayne Cass, Lionel Clem, Ruth Crothers, Kenneth Crouch,Audrey Dement. Row 4-Patricia Denner, Phyllis Ellis, Fontaine Fish, Sally Fletcher, Iohn George, Mamie Hall, Donald Handel, Roger Hanes. Row 5-Harlan Harmon, Roy Henderson, Dorothy Louise Hill, Begonia Holland, Thomas Holmes, Winifred Howell, Betty Huffman, Josephine jones. Row 6-Joann Knight, joy Koblentz, Dean Laughery, James Lewis, Mary J. Litten, Jeannine Lohrman, Marian Loudin, Ruth Lucas. Row 7-Catherine McBride, Marilyn McCann, Carol McHenry, Betty McLaughlin, VVayne McPeelc, Elton Malherbe. CENTRAL l Row 1-Fred Martin, Norma Martin, Carol Meadows, Raymond Meekley, Marjorie Meisenhelder, Richard Metz, Robert Miller, john Monroe. Row 2-Virginia Lee Moore, Mona Moran, Barbara Moss, Marian Neibarger, Gloria Northcy, Delcie Norton, Barbara Orris, Marjorie Patrick. Row 3-Richard Penick, Charles Pethel, Donald Pickering, Wanda Pitt, Donald Rein- hart, janet Richter, Ronald Richter, Ronald Roeder. Row 4-Robert Schultz, Franklin Shihler, Beverly Smith, Joanne Smith, Patricia Smith, WVilma Smith, jean Snoor, jean Spencer. Row 5-WVilliam Spurrier, XValter Squiggins, Margarete St. Clair, Dorothy Stargell, Patricia Stasel, Suzanne Steed, Richard Sutton, Helen Tanner. Row 6-janet Turner, Edward Valentine, Roy Wagner, Donald Wallett, Rita Washburn, James Watson, Charles Weaver, Roland West. Row 7-Arlene VVhite, Carl Wfhite, Donald NVisc, Clendina Yarnelli, Eleanor Yoekey. Eighty - Nine LAND UCCTTON Ninety Row lAEugene Pace, Ray Meckley, Richard Metz, Ronald Richter, Don Bradford, Chris Baruxes, Dick Sutton, and Bill Barcus. Row 2-Miss Marjorie Malone, director, Ronnie Bear, Tommy Bob, Steve XVes- singer, Dick Laynion, Toni Atskoff, jim Geller, Don McCullough, Glenn White, Gail Hill, Dick McManus, John DelCecato, and Margaret Hutchinson, assistant director. Row 3-Jack Weisent, Dean Freeman, Robert Springer, Clarence Copley, Lee Hill, Orville Drumm, Harvey Lescalleet, Robert Simon, Boh VVashburn, Albert Grove, Bill Yount, and Vance Roberts. Row 4-Bob Miller, Henry Green, Harold Swigeart, Richard Bark- hurst, Roy Henderson, Andy Pryor, Russell Rechel, Kenneth Crouch, Frank Beatty, Rollln xlVCSt, Bill Totten and Don Vllallet. The third annual production of the all-boy minstrel, entitled "L a n d OlCotton,v was presented on March 18, 1949, at Central School. The minstrel is one of the features of the music department each year, as Well as a part of the dramatic pro- gram of the school. An enjoyment of harmony, a satisfaction of Working to- gether, and a feeling of contributing a share to the success of the minstrel more than compensated the boys for the effort expended. The songs for the show were learned in the regular glee club pe- riods under the direction of Miss Marjorie Malone. Endmen routines and various skits Were rehearsed at noon and after school with the as- sistance of Miss Margaret Hutchin- son. An extra attraction of "L a n d O3CottonU this year was a half-hour prelude of music by the Newark High School Symphonette, directed by Mr. Myron Pearce. The cast of the minstrel included Ronald Richter, INTERLOCUTOR, Richard Metz and Gene Bradford, PREMIER E N D M E N, Don Brad- ford, Richard Sutton, Bill Barcus, Ray Meckley, Chris Baruxes and Gene Pace, ENDMEN. The boys, chorus included Thomas Atskoff, Ronald Bacon, Richard Barklnirst, Ronald Bear, Frank Beatty, jerry Bishop, Tommy Bob, Clarence Copley, Ken- neth Crouch, john DelCecato, Orville Drumm, Dean Freeman, James Gel- ler, Henry Green, Albert Grove, Roy Henderson, Gail Hill, Dick Layrnon, Harvey Lescalleet, Don McCullough, Richard McManus, Robert Miller, Russell Rechel, Vance Roberts, Robert Simon, Robert Springer, Harold Swigeart, William Totten, Donald VVallet, Robert Washburn, lack Weis- ent, Steve Wessinger, Roland West, VVilliam Wheeler, Glenn White, Wil- liam Yount, and Lee Hill. IX!!!-ltl IVY! VQIJIIC- f QQLL, fs usnrsm, Pun, .mc,:oQ, Ronnie cnnvg R LEADER S Jovcs, JA'fNE,Jvug I-E YQ Jo A N N B ONNHQ, Ninety-Om MII,L STREET SCHOOL yfwlfflfbs Ninety-Three Annual Steiff Ninety-Four Seated-Carolyn Crawford, Mary Ann Hale, Giles Smucker, Ned Pryor. Standing-Barbara Brookover, Gordon Johnson, Ceorgcann Penick, Sue VVilkin. The Reveille An- nual Staff found it- self in possession of a ready- made theme for the 1949 yearbook, and one of great historical importance to the City of Newark. At the outset the staff anticipated selecting the obvious event, the famous Cold Rush, as the motif for the annual. A casual conver- sation one morning in the summer of 1948, however, started inquiries con- cerning an item of local nature. While doing research on this subject, Giles Smucker discovered that the Newark public schools were formally organ- ized in 1848 and that the school year 1848-1849 was the first of organized education in the city. The theme was realized. The staff has been assisted by the Newark Public Library, the Deni- son University Li- brary, the State Department of Education, Mr. Walter Deweese, personnel of the superintendent's of- fice, and other interested citizens. Many musty and mildewy pages were turned and many dusty corners disturbed by the staff in its zeal to ferret out elusive dates and facts. In conclusion, the Annual Staff hopes that the materials that it has been able to discover will be of some aid to people who in the future might wish to continue the study of the Newark school system. Business Steiff Row 1-Betty Lou Eifinger, june Deeds, Carol Cochran, Ann Barrick, Emily Beardshear, Nancy Lally, Sue Wilkin, Charlene Pound, Geraldine Franks. Row 2-Richard Seiter, Mary Ruth Weakley, Mona jean Vander Hoven, Susan Shields, Margaret Smith, Marilyn Hitchcock, Mr. Stoeckmann, adviser, Janet Iay, Sandra Willey, Elizabeth Leslie, Louise Jones, Karl Celfer. Row 3-Carole Haley, Jean Haas, Donna Bingham, Bonnie Masteller, Sue James, Relva Huffman, Ann Dup- ler, Sue Taylor, Charlene Canter, Harriet Stickle. The Business Staif is organized at the beginning of each year to do the Work of solicit- ing advertisements for the Reveille Ann ual. Several advertisers are as- signed to each member who personally see the ad- vertisers. It is through this contact that students gain valuable experience and training in connection with the business World. The securing of ad- vertisements cl e - velops a poise and ease that will be valuable in any fu t u re business contacts. It is also an opportunity for staff members to become acquaint- ed with the mer- chants of our community. Success of the annual depends a great deal upon work of the business staff, for its members secure advertise- ments Which partly finance the book. Ninety-Five Room Agents Row 1-Charlotte Scott, Ann Barrick, Shirley Miner, Partrcia Clark, Mary Ruth Weakley, Jessie Cooper rider, Joyce Drake, Carol Waters, Mr. Stoeckmann. Row 2-Leona Lugar, Nancy Haines, Emily Beardshcar, Shirley Lamson, Ann Dupler, Marilyn Hitch cock, Sally Lou Forbes, Bonnie Mastcller, Helen Orr. Row 3-Duane Masters, Donald White, Duane Holmquist, William Rose, jack Harding, Robert Wen7el Richard Seiter, Jack Thropp, Charles Dennis. Ninety-Six At the beginning of each year a boy and a girl are se- lected from each home room to car- ry out the duties of room agents during the year. At the first of i the year the room i agent must interview each member of his home room to solicit subscrip- tions for the Reoeille News. At the beginning of the second semester he must again interview each student, this time to solicit for the Reveille Annual. The room agents have a great deal of responsibility, since they play such an important part in informing the student body of school activities. During the yea r each agent must take charge of collecting funds for various pur- poses in his home room. The room 'agents definitely have great influence in creating better school spirit. Patron Stctif Row l-Karl Cclfer, Mr. Stoeckmann. Row 2-Ccarldine Franks, Sandra Willey, Marilyn Hitchcock, Shirley Kennington, Ann Dupler, Emily Beardsliear, Janet Jay, Ann Barrick. The Patron Staff is a new organiza- tion in the school. It was formed to aid the Reveille Business Staff in financing the Re- veille A n n u a l. With the help of thi s organization the annual has been sold at the same price although the cost of production has risen. Each member of the staff has received contributions from vari- ous citizens of the community who are interested in the school and the annual- The names of these contribu- tors have been placed on the Pa- tron Page. T h e organiza- tion was formed after all possible aspects of financing had been studied. Mr. George Stoeckmann was advis- er of the groupg Karl Gelfer was chair- mang and Ann Dupler, vice chairman. Ninety-Seven College Club Row 1-Sue MacNealy, Eileen Roof, Margaret Wlfaggoner, June Deeds, Sue Taylor, Betty Lou Korb, Ned Pryor, Hilda Bratfisch, Jcssic Cooperider, Carolyn Crawford, Diane Horwitz, Susan Shields, Charlene Pound. Bow 2-Mona Jean VanderHoven, Virginia Oxley, Marilyn Brown, Mary Ruth Weakley, Barbara Allen, Jo Ann Abbott, Eloise Davidson, Joyce Redman, Anna Rusic, Carole Haley, Mary Ellen Eshelman, Jean Haas. Row 3-Ellen Stickle, Don Pepper, Herbert Nye, Betty Eifinger, Mary Lou Grandstaff, Mary Ann Hale, Nancy Pancaw, Barbara Shreve, Shirley Lamson, Christine Kornman, Daisy YVa1'd. Row 4-Ruby Pearl Tignor, Virginia Perdue, Giles Smucker, Ed Ryan, Paul Flannigan, Stan Erickson, Jim Coyle, Paul Horton, Jim McFarland, Dick Johnston. Row 5-Keith Harbit, Larry Handel, Don Evans, Don Alspach, Maurice Burt, Jack Harding. Ninety-Eight The C olle ge Club consists of members of the senior class who e x p e ct to attend , college. The pur- pose of this organ- ization is to ac- quaint its mem- bers with the op- portunities offered by various colleges and universities, to help them select the college which best suits their needs, and to prepare them for col- lege life. This is accomplished by talks presented by representatives of various colleges who give information concerning location, expenses, re- quirements, and fi- nancial aids of their respective schools. Talks con- cerning prepara- tion for college life are given by various members of the club. The club also takes va- rious tests prepared by different col- leges. The College Club meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month under the supervision of Miss Bertha Crilly. The officers are Ned Pryor, president, Jessie Cooperrider, vice president, Betty Lou Korb, sec- retary, and Hilda Bratfisch, treasurer. Journalism Steiff Row 1-James Cochlan, James Bline, Eleanor Dodson, Barbara Allen, Betty Eifinger. Row 2-Jo Ann Abbott, Helen Orr, Mary Lou Egli, Barbara XVooles, Joyce Butler, Carol Cochran. The Journalism Staff, under the di- rection of Miss Bertha L. Crilly, each week pub- lished the Reoeille News Sheet. This paper contained editorials concern- ing such problems as snowballing, waste paper, and high scholarship standards. The paper in- cluded also current events, a fun col- umn, and sports news. The editor of the paper this year was Barbara Allen, associate editor, Jo Ann Abbott, sports editors, James Bline and James Cochlan, fun editor, Barbara Wooles, typist, Helen Orr. The reporters were Betty Lou Eifing- er, Carol Cochran, Eleanor Dodson, Nancy Otterman, Joyce Butler, Ruth Huff, and Mary Lou Egli. Subscrip- tion price was twenty-five cents a year. However, at Christmas and at graduation every- one received a c 0 mp l i m entary copy of these spe- cial issues- The Journalism staff met for one period every day. The people taking this course received a half credit for one year. The class studied the standard textbook and used the New York Times as a basis for its daily work in current events. The staff also had charge of the main bulletin board on the second Hoor. This year the staff assumed a new task. Each day an Advocate reporter called at the office for school news prepared by staff members. In this way, nearly every day there was some news of Newark High in the Newark Advocate. Ninety-Nine Production Staff How 1-Joyce Redman, Delores Vermilion, Alice Rice, Shirley Stasel, Eleanor XValker, Bonnie Schlosser, Josephine Stiehter, Carlene McMannis. Row 2-Mr. Spangler, Macille Swartz, Mildred Lugar, Alice Dawson, Lula Vaia, Orville Baughman, Anna- bel Lane, Marjorie Simpson, Hilah Gibbs, Frances Mason, Marilyn XVebb. Row 3-Carol Haley, Charlotte Nadolson, Juanita Beeney, JoAnn Bachelor, Carol Brooks, Dorothy Wolfe, Kathryn Birkey, Joyce Keinath, Evelyn Love. The Production Staff does mimeo- graphing for the t e a e h e r s, clubs, and other groups in the high school. Members also are responsible f 0 r producing and some knowledge the Comptometer, Burrough, and Monroe Calcula- tors, the Ediphone transcribing m a - Chine, and the add- ing machine. Mr. Spangler distributing the and Miss Headlee Beveille News, which is published are the teachers in charge of this weekly. These pupils also acquire group. One Hundred Notionotl l-lonor Society Row 1-Barbara Allen, Carolyn Crawford, Christine Kornman, Anna Rusic, Doroles Logsdong M irglrtt Wlggoner, Evelyn Love, Richard Johnston, Virginia Oxley, Lula Vaia. Row 2-Frances Mason, Virginia Perdue, Barbara Shrcvc, Mary Lou Crandstaff, Mary Ann Hale, Paul Fl mi gan Ross McPeek, Don Evans, William Miller, George George, James McFarland, Robert Hook, Eugene Vlras so Jo Ann Bell, Marjorie Simpson, Alice Ann Bragg, Nancy Otterman. To be a member of the National Honor Society, a student must have a high scholastic average covering the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades. In Newark, members must during the last se- mester of their senior year- The adviser of the Honor Society is Miss Boyd. The oflicers are Mar- garet Waggoner, president, Richard Johnston, vice have at least a point average of president, Dolores Logston, secretary, Members are taken into the society and Evelyn Love, treasurer. One Hundred Ont Student Council Row 1-Ceorgeann Penick, Ann Barrick, Marilyn Hitchcock, Carolyn Crawford, Charlene Pound Robert Hook, Susan Shields, Mary Ann Hale, Mary Ann Hall. Row 2-Linda Martin, Chandler Waggoner, Nancy Haines, Iean Ann Adams, Betty Lou Korb, M ir net XVaggoner, Mary Lou Crandstaff, Robert Cates. Row 3-Anna Mae Harmon, Marilyn Brooks, Paul Flannigan, Paul Clifton, james Coyle, Mr. Boyd, Row 4-Grant Stradley, Robert Toland, Donald Ruschaupt, Sue Nees, Lula Vaia, Dolores Logsdon Barb 1r1 Allen. Row 5-Harry Bay, Donald Evans, Joyce Butler, Virginia Oxley, Christine Kornman, Sue MacNe1ly The Student Council is an or- ganization m a d e up of representa- tives of each class elected by the stu- dent body. The group meets every Thursday with Mr- Boyd, the adviser. The Council is organized to supervise school activities. Among its duties are the presenting of charters to clubs, the awarding of the scholarship ban- ner to the home room having the highest scholastic average each six weeks, the sponsoring of the school radio program, ltis High Time, heard every Monday night over Station WCLT, the arranging of assembly programs, the making and enforcing of traffic rules for the school, and the doing of welfare work. just before election day in Novem- One Hundred Two ber, a mock elec- tion was sponsored by the Council. At Christmas time a large tree was placed in the hall, and records W e 1' e played over the public address sys- tem. All of the after-game dances, including the Homecoming parade and dance, were sponsored by the Council. Campaigns have been made by this organization for the elimination of Waste paper on the floor and in the desks. The annual banquet of the Council was held in April at the Granville Inn. The officers for the year were Bob- ert Hook, president, Carolyn Craw- ford, vice president, Charlene Pound, secretary, and Susan Shields, treas- urer. Masque cmd Gavel SL lted Margaret Miller, Dorothy Lewis, Jessie Mas Cooperrider, Delores Logsdon, Kathlees Levingston, Mari- lyn Brown, Barbara Allen, Shirley Lamson, Christine Kornman, Kay Beaver, Elizabeth Leslie. St rndmg-Miss Patton, Joan Boyd, Joyce Butler, VVilliam Miller, Paul Clifton, Don Evans, Jerry Leck Coyle, Sue Kilinger, Ceorgeann Penick. Masque and Ca- vel is the dramatic club of the school. Its members are chosen according to their dramatic ability. The mem- bership is limited to juniors and sen- iors. Each spring, however, sophomores are chosen after they give a reading or monologue before a committee. The club is or- ganized to assist students in raising their standard of speech, to promote student achievement in any area of speech, and to build up a better re- lationship between the school and community. Th e club pre- sented the three- act mystery Strange Boarders in the fall, under the direction of Miss Joan Patton, adviser. The one- act play Station YYYY was present- ed in April. Several of the members have par- ticipated in speech contests during the year, and several have given pro- grams for various organizations. The officers are James Coyle, pres- ident, William Miller, vice president, Marilyn Brown, secretary, and D0- lores Logsdon, treasurer. y, James One Hundred Three Varsity Debate Left to right-Nancy Haines, Allan Tilton, Jack Thropp, Paul Clifton, Harland Taylor, Donald Ex ins Juan Haas, Carol Beckman, Margaret Miller. l l Newark Highys v a r s i t y debaters started the season with a bang, win- ning five in six tries in the local speech tournament held November 13, tying with Dayton Oakwood for first place, nine schools competing. Other practice tourneys included debate clinic at O.S.U., December 11, Colum- bus Central, January 8, and Delaware Willis, February 5, when our debat- ers won two in four, four in six, and two in six, respectively- On February 26, the Central Ohio district meet was held at Derby Hall. Here Newark broke even in their six contests, finishing in a three-way tie for third place in a field of seven One Hundred Four teams. A "BU division of the varsity group was also maintained during the season to give other debaters an opportunity to gain experience. On invitation by the four womenis clubs of our city, the "Av teams appeared over WCLT in a 30-minute panel dis- cussion of our question, in com- memoration ofthe United Nationys Week program. The question this year: Resolved, that the UN now be revised into a Federal World Government. Despite the difficult nature of the proposition, the local teams won 16 of 28 debates, or about 57 per cent of the total. Sophomore Debate Lett to right-Evelyn Hughes, WVanda Miller, Sandra VVillcy, Charles Bradshaw, Robert Kerns Wllter Chuicy Rodney Howarth, Marilyn Brooks, Harold Miller, Emily Beardshear. T h e sophomore debate group did remarkably Well in spite of the fact this was their first year in actual de- bate Work. This is verified by the fact that they Won four out of five at- tempts in their iirst tournament held here at Newark, ranking them in second place, along with Delaware, in a field of nine contenders. Again the sophomore group maintained their abeginneris luckv by winning fifty per cent of their debates at the tournament con- ducted at Ohio State University on December eleventh. This group concluded the season by Win- ning four out of six attempts at the Columbus Cen- tral tournament. These debaters are now Working on the probable question for the next season: Resolved, that the Electoral College be abolished. One Hundred Fixc its I-Ii Time Row 1-Mr. Stocckmann, Miss Patton, Joyce Butler, Margaret Miller, Christine Kornman, Shirlev Lam son Mr Boyd. Row 2-Chandler Waggoner, Robert Hook, Mr. C. P. Smith, Donald Evans. As We have lis- tened during the year to VVCLT, we have been im- pressed by the school programs, both as to the q u a l i t y of their rendition and as to the amount of time spent in preparation and rehears- al. Especially is this true of the work done by the Chapel Choir in their Christmas music offering. We have also been impressed by the fact that our local station enables our friends and neighbors with their families to participate in this activity. And We are frank to say it is a refresh- ing change from the years-old net- One Hundred Six W o r k offerings, however able and high-priced. We gran t, of course, these local programs may lack professional ease and polish, but sometimes therein lies their charm. Further, the participants are gaining poise and ability to think on their feet, and are acquiring a Wide range of interest in county, state, national, and world affairs. Our heartiest congratulations and best Wishes for an expanded public service through presentation of our own people before the microphone. -M11 Frank A. VVoolson. Let Renaissance Row l-Carolyn Crawford, Jean Haas, Mary Ellen Eshelman, Joyce Butler, June Deeds, Diane Horwitz Sur Tiylor, Susan Shields, Betty Lou Korb, Betty Lou Eifinger, Miss McCreary. Row 2-Shirley Lamson, Shirley Diller, Eloise Davidson, Hilda Bratfish, Anna Rusic, Margaret Ruth Shell Donna Jean Slebodnik, Bonnie Thompson, Margaret Taylor. Row 3-Mary Ann Hale, Ruth Ann Murphy, Barbara Shreve, Nancy Pancaw, Janice Grove, Marilyn M lwhor ter Linda Martin, Joan MacNealy, Sue Killinger, Kay Beaver. Row 4-Robert Cates, Robert Hook, Don Pepper, Jack Kincaid, Giles Smucker, Jim Coyle. The French Club, as La Renaissance is usually called, is made up of first- and second-year students of French. Its pur- pose is to make contact with the people of France and study their customs. The club float Won second-place prize in the homecoming parade. The theme was "Freedom from VVant,v and the meager meals of the French were contrasted with the bountiful American meals. Three boxes, containing food, clothing, and toys, were sent to Ma- dame Suzzanne Fle ch e - Salgues and her daughter, Sybil. A letter of appreciation w a s received from Ma- dame Fleche-Sal- gues. Plans have been made to buy French records to leave to future classes. Officers are Diane Horwitz, presi- dent, June Deeds, vice president, Joyce Butler, secretary, and Sue Tay- lor, treasurer. The adviser is Miss Pauline McCreary. One Hundred Sexen Spanish Club Row 1-Mona jean VanderHovcn, Eileen Roof, Virginia Oxlcy, Ruby Pearl Tignor, Patricia Parker Char lene Pound, Marilyn Brown, Virginia Perdue. Row 2-Sue McNealy, Mrs. Krieg, JoAnn Bell, Clyde jones, Larry Handel, Keith Harbit, Shirley Diller Blrbirr Bonham, Donald Alspach, Ellen Stickle. Row 3-George Wfoolard, james Cilham, Jack Harding, Jack Marriott, Noah johnson, Donald Moon Don ald Evans, Maurice Burt, Crile Chaney. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to promote a broader and more extensive interpre- tation of the Span- ish language, cus- toms, music, danc- ing, literature, and life. Under the direct about the life and v o c a t i 0 n s o f Spaniards and La- tin Americans, Spanish music, and Spanish dancing. Officers of the club were Donald Moon, president, JoAnn Bell, vice ion of Mrs- Sarah president, Ruby Tignor, Secretary, Krieg, meetings consisted of talks Shirley Diller, treasurer. One Hundred Eight Y-Teens Row 1-Jean Ann Adams, Ruby Pearl Tignor, Virginia Oxley, Carole Haley, Barbara Allen, Mary Lou Reid, Delores Logsdon, Mary Lou Grandstaff, Marilyn Webb, Elizabeth Leslie, Nancy Lally, JoAnn Bachman, Marlene Vann, Nancy Paneaw, Barbara Shreve, Sue James. Row 2-Sandra Wfilley, Emily Beardshear, Janet Jay, Virginia Loudin, Shirley Kennington, Christine Kornman, Joyce Redman, Anna Rusic, Shirley Lamson, Clarice House, Charlene Canter, Shirley Coyle, Joyce Drake, Phyllis Braid, Margaret Waggoner, Mary Ruth Weakley, Mona Jean VanderHoven, Sue Wilkin. Row 3-Rita Pettit, Sue Ryan, Harriet NVagner, Mona Lu- sette, Sue Melton, Carol Lingafclter, Patricia Smith, Mona Potter, Nancy WVallace, Linda Martin, Marilyn Stew- art, Barbara Brookover, Carol Beckman, Mildred Brown, Eugenia Cole, Marilyn Edris, Josephine Annarino. Row 4-Lena Ridenbaugh, Bonnie Schlosser, Marjorie Renneckar, Patricia Pyle, Sue Nees, Patricia Myer, Sue Wigton, Carol Jean Richrick, Wilma Butt, Janet Utterback, Mary Fulks, Darlene Helms, Sue Asher, Charlotte Scott, Annis Rauck, Frances Elmore, Marilyn Gamble, Jean Grider, Mary Ann Hall. Row 5-Leona Lugar, Phyllis Porter, Margaret Miller, Barbara Null, Shirley Smith, Shirley Staiger, Barbara Turner, Patricia Lara- son, Electa Mae Roberts, Mary Louise Schaller, Ellen Stickle, Marilyn Brooks, Mary Sillin, Ann Dupler, Ann Barrick, Marilyn Hitchcock, Louise Peffers. Row 6-Carol Waters, Marjorie Whipple, Joanne McDonough, Barbara Yost, Joan Boyd, JoAnn Nichols, Patricia Halbro0kS, Mildred Helser, Joyce Spellman, Donna Jean Smith, Marjorie WVincc, Beverly Roley, Doris Williams, Daisy Ward, Mary Black, Janice Croce. Row 7-Wanda Miller, Dorothy Geller, Jane Embrey, Sue Riehl, Alice Schmutzler, Carol Cochran, Elaine Creighton, Sue Killinger, Harriet Stickle, Nancy XVoltjen, Beverly Blowers, Kay Beaver, Nancy Allen, Anna Lou Ilarris, Patricia Scott. Y-Teens are the junior members of the Y.W.C.A. This club is a member of the Ohio and Western Pennsyl- vania District of the national Y.W.C.A. Member- ship is open to any girl in the school if she accepts the clubis purpose. The first activity of the year was a rough initiation for new members followed by a formal initiation and tea. The club won third prize for its float in the homecoming parade. In November, a rummage sale was held. Later a party for one hundred under- privileged children Was held at the Y. W. C. A. The annual Valentine Formal was held in February, and an informal dance in April. In May the club sponsored a radio program and mother-daugh- ter banquet with installation of officers. The officers of the club are Mary Lou Grandstaff, president, George- ann Penick, vice president, Nancy Haines, secretary, and Jean Ann Adams, treasurer. The advisers are Miss Morgan and Miss Dorn. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Guy Hart- shorn and Mrs. George Penick, along with the local Y.W.C.A. One Hundred Nine The Girls, Youth homecoming pa- Girls' Youth Association Row 1-Eloise Davidson, Hilda Bratfisch, Jean Haas, Virginia Oxley, Betty Lou Kork, Jane lland, Carol Zeiher, Phyllis Powell, Sue MacNealy, Betty Lou Eifinger, Mary Ann Hale, Joan Catrell, Jane Pound, Vir- ginia Perdue, Elizabeth Leslie, Dorothy Lewis. Row 2-Barbara Allen, Jessie Cooperrider, Joyce Keinath, Char- lene Pound, Carolyn Crawford, June Deeds, Betty Lavclle, Sue Taylor, Susan Shields, Marilyn NVQ-bb, Marilyn Brown, Diane Horwitz, Mary Lou Grandstaif, Shirley Staiger, Shirley Smith, Dolores Logsdon. Bow 3-Carol Brooks, Eileen Roof, Joyce Redman, Carol Haley, Ruby Pearl Tignor, Mona Jean Vandeillovcn, Mary Ellen Eshelnian, Doris MacPherson, Donna Jean Slebodnick, NancyLally, Barbara Turner, Mary Ann llall, Anna Lou Harris, Mary Lou Reid, Bonnie Schlosser, Lena Ridenbaugh. Row 4-Betty Cochran, Nancy Haines, Jean Ann Adams, Carol Walker, Mary Lou Stauch, Barbara Null, Janice Flannigan, Connie Asher, Pat Mann, Joyce Butler, Margaret Miller, Ceorgeann Penick, Carol Beckman, Mildred Lugar, Joan Abbott. Row 5-Elaine Creighton, Sue Killinger, Nancy WVoltjen, Beverly Blowers, Kathleen Donaldson, Wilma Butt, Nancy Otterman, Eleanor Dodson, Sally Forbes, Jean Crider, Sue VVilken, Joan MaeNealy, Patricia Scott, Janice Crove. Association of Newark High School was a club consisting of sev- enty - five mem- bers. These mem- bers were thirty seniors who had been initiated in their junior year, and fifteen seniors and thirty juniors initiated at the be- ginning of the first semester. The purpose of this organization was to promote an interest in the welfare of the community, to pro- mote scholarship, to further the cul- ture of the members. This year the club meetings were held second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. The first semester this year an ac- quaintance tea for the old members and prospective new members was held at the home of Carolyn Craw- ford. Later, an initiation party was given at Phyllis Powells cabin. The club entered a float in the football One Hundred Ten rade and won the first prize of fif- teen dollars. The theme of the cele- bration was "The Four Freedoms", theme of the CYA float was i'Frce- dom of lieligionf, The main project of the girls the first semester was gathering clothing to send to a needy family in Ken- tucky at Christmas time. In return the family sent ferns, holly, and mis- tletoe that was distributed among the club members. Miss McCreary, the club adviser, resigned after the first semester. Since the club was unable to find another teacher to take over the advisership, the club disbanded. The officers for this year were Mary Ann Hale, president, Betty Lou Eifinger, vice-president, Sue MacNealy, secretary, and Joan Ca- trell, treasurer. Hi-Y Row l-Nlr. Miller, Lloyd Varner, James Shields, Robert Stevens, Maurice Burt, Donald Alspach, XVilliam Iohnson, Row 2-XVillia1n Rose, Allan Tilton, Richard Seiter, WVarren XVilliams, XValter Hay, Eugene Ridenbaugh, Donald Bosscawen. Row 3-Jay Wilson, Herbert Nye, Edward Ryan, Robert Speer, Donald Pepper, Robert Barrett. Row 4-Richard Schroats, Russel Reid, David Roof, XVilliam Ingler, Richard Beery, Robert Reid, Charles Angcletti. The Hi-Y club meets every Tues- day evening in the Y.M.C.A. and is under the supervi- sion of Mr. Logan Crossland, Mr. Ralph Smith, and Mr. Arthur Miller. The purposes of the Hi-Y are to join together junior and senior boys in high school for social activities, to benefit the needy and underprivileged younger boys of the city, and to make friends with other boys in other cities through district, regional, and state meetings. Some of the activities of the boys this y e a r have been a float in the homecoming pa- rade, which was a picturing of the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima, and a formal dance along with the Y- Teens. They held a Halloween party for the younger boys of Newark. They also attended district and regional meetings. The officers this year are Kenneth Roberts, president, Don Alspach, vice president, Richard F euerriegel, sec- retary, Robert Speer, treasurer, and Charles Peffers, chaplain. One Hundred Eles en Music Appreciation Row 1-Margaret Miller, Ceorgeann Penick, Sandra XVilley, Emily Beardshear, Marilyn Hitchcock Ann Dupler, Ann Barrick, Mona Jean Vander Hoven, Jean Haas, Mary Ellen Eshelman, Jo Ann Bachman Nlnty Lally, Elizabeth Leslie, Marilyn Edris. Row 2-Kathleen Levingston, Betty Cochran, Diane Horwitz, Jayne Hand, Susan Shields, Sue Tivlor Marilyn Webb, Carol Haley, Anna Rusic, Charlene Canter, Phyllis Braid, Sue James, Molly Braid. Row 3-Barbara Brookover, Hilda Bratfisch, Eloise Davidson, Jessie Cooperider, Joyce Keinath Carol Brooks, Jo Ann Bell, Vernabell Scott, Margaret NVaggoner, Marlene Vann, Patricia Mann, Patricia Pirmelee Row 4-Marilyn Stewart, Nancy Haines, Jean Ann Adams, June Deeds, Betty Lavelle, Charlene Pound Mary Ruth YVeekly, Ruby Pearl Tignor, Sue MacNealy, Carol Beckman, Linda Martin, Mildred Brown Eileen Roof, Jean Crider. Row 5-Cordon Johnson, Karl Celfer, Robert Cates, Mildred Helser, Beverly Roley, Joyce Spellman Donni Bingham, Mary Ann Hale, Mary Lou Crandstall, Carol Cochran, Kay Beaver, Marilyn Gamble. Row 6-Rodney Howarth, Bill Miller, Ronald Helman, Mary Ann Hall, Mary Lou Reid, Anna Lou Hiriis Shirley Coyle, Sue Wilkins, Janice Grove, Patricia Scott, Mary Schaller, Harriet Stickle. The fourth year of Music Appreci- ation has been the ,most active to date. In order to build a more sub- stantial treasury, the organization held a paper drive on January 22, 1949, from which it realized 351777, and it sent in tax stamps for redemp- tion from which the group obtained 36.12. An additional check for four dollars was presented the club by the Newark Trust Company from that companyls waste paper disposal. These moneys added to regular con- tributions by members enabled the Record Purchasing Committee, head- ed by Robert Cates, to place the fol- lowing works in the school library this year: Symphony No. 5 in C Min- or, Beethoven, Sonata Quasi Una F an- tasia, Beethoven, Concerto in A One Hundred Twelve Minor, Grieg, Symphony No. 5 in E-Flat Major, Sibelius, and Con- certo No. 2 in C Minor, Rachman- inoff. The club an- ticipates further additions in the late spring. Another activity of Music Appre- ciation was the presentation of four programs over Ifs Hi Time. The adviser was in charge of the program on February 28, seniors, on March 7, juniors, on March 21, and sophomores, on March 28. Ann Barrick was president of the group, Nancy Lally, vice president, Jean C-rider, secretary, Cordon John- son, treasurer. Emily Beardshear was chairman of the Program Committee, Karl Celfer, of the paper drive. Mr. Kingery was adviser. During the past sored a festival on Band V f - A f . . ., .., r J ' Q 'M - V f .rr .. 1 w- - " M -.-.. . A 4 r r, ... . . 1 a , 1 W W Mx. in .Q ay. V! .. .M X . A K .M M Ha . Row 1-Don Pepper, Phyllis Beinhower, Janet Wolfe, Ann Wickland, Doris MacPherson, Donna Jean Sle- bodnik, Sonia Clark, Parker Reed, Jean Hines, Phyllis Howard, Phyllis Rine, Marilyn Parker, Herman Luckner, Mr. Pearce. Row 2-Barbara Bonham, Joann Zink, Margaret Binckley, Barbara Brown, Betty Rogers, Bill Jack- son, Charles Dudley, Alice Bragg, Electa Mae Roberts, Dona Parrish, Richard Lippincott, Carol F oit, Duane Masters, Joe Parkinson, Don Kinney, Gretchen Ellis, Barbara Smythe. Row 3-Dale Ralston, Glenn Fox, Ken- neth Davis, Nd Harter, Charles Angeletti, Grant Stradley, Barbara Fredritz, Wade Cook, Edwin Dillehay, Karl Varncy, Gene Van Meter, Gene Kinsey, Dick Hall, Nancy Francis, Crile Chaney. Row 4-Calvert Hines, Fred Hayes, Robert Speer, Joyce Hess, Dorothy Wolfe, Barbara Livingston, Marilyn Mawhortor, Harry Bay, Phyllis Orr, Marilyn Vermillion, Marjorie Holman, Sarah Baker, Evelyn Hughes, Kenneth Gray, Brenna Hobson, Carol Sue Evans, Chanlder Waggoner. Row 5-Richard Tripp, Patricia Orris, Janet Wade, Rita Pettit, Charlotte Nad- olsen, Betty Macy, Nancy Wickham, Hila Gibbs, June Foster, Richard Senff, Joan Bringardner, Dave Balding, Philip Dupler, Joan Turk, Ruth Moran. Row 6-Lulu Vaia, Annis Rauck, Blanche Dutcher, James Wolf, De- lores Wolfe, Patricia Jeffries, Keith Lindamen, Patricia Hart, Juanita Vermilion, Betty Courson, Ruth Shell, Robert Warthen, Robert Steinberger. Row 7hDouglas Johnson, Shirley Post, Bonnie Thompson, Richard Humphreys, Robert Toland, High Lecky. ,A year the Newark High School Band, under the direction of Myron A. Pearce, has had a very full schedule. This organization of ninety -five members has par- ticipated greatly in entertainment at football games and various other school activities. The band has entered into the fol- lowing contests this year: The Dis- trict Contest in Granville on March ll, for solo and ensembles, and the state solo and ensemble contests on April 30 at Otterbein College. As an outstanding event of the year, the Newark High School Band spon- May 13 and 14. Over five-hundred band m e m b e r s from Bexley, Lima C en t ral, Lima S 0 u t h, Middle- town, Newark, Spencerville, a n d Van Wert partici- pated in a public concert at Whiteis Field and later in a grand parade. The High School Band held its Third Annual Spring Band Concert in the High School Gymnasium on April 7 and 8. Don Pepper, the band manager, acted as student director. The soloists for the concert were Bar- bara Smythe, Margaret Binkley, Lulu Vaia, Crile Chaney, Grany Stradley, and Don Pepper. One Hundred Thirteen Bernd Club Row 1-Mrs. Clarence Ieffries, Mrs. Orville Kinney, Mrs. H. R. Luckner, Ir., Mrs. C. L. Chaney, Mrs. Ivan M. Roberts, Mrs. Roy Turk, Mrs. Harry Bragg, M1's. C. C. Pepper. Row 2-Mr. Myron Pearce, Mrs. Frank O. Rauck, Mrs. Edwin Hughes, Mrs. Roy Nadolson, Mrs. E. W. Post, Mrs. H. R. Dutcher, Mrs. R. E. Hart, Mrs. Arthur Levingston. Row 3-Arthur Levingston, R. E. Hart, K. WV. Varney, Clyde Chaney, Frank O. Rauck, Harry Bragg, Cecil C. Pepper, Charles MacPherson. The Newark l High School Band Parentis Club was organized in 1939 by p a r e ll t s and friends of the High School Band who Were interested in the W el fa r e and growth of the for the band, and to furnish trans- portation for the band members to football games and other places where the band is to play. The membership of the club con- sists of anyone in- band. The motto of the club is 'iWe terested in the welfare of the Newark Grow or We Go." High School Band. The aim of the club is to cooperate Officers were Mrs. Ivan Roberts, ' with and assist the band director in president, Mr. Ernest Bay, Vice presi- securing needed instruments and uni- dent, Mrs. Richard Senff, secretary, forms and other necessary equipment Mr. C. C. Pepper, treasurer. One Hundred Fourteen Chorus Scatcd at piano, Mr. Iones. Row 1-Mary Black, Carole jean Frey, Phyllis McDonald, Norma NVatson, Eileen Mason, Sue Steele, Jo- anne McDonough, Wanda McPeek, Sue Asher, Betty Dean, Alice McDonald. Row 2-Lois Van Winkle, Josephine Annarino, Mary Oakleaf, Bonnie Marmie, Nelly Wright, Helen Wait ard, Janice Castle, Marilyn Parker, Sue Baughman, Hose Ann Belmont, Mary Lou Hummel. Row 3-Wilma Malhcrhe, Bonnie Drumm, Helen Braddock, Jane Embry, Donna Malherhe, Rose Marie VValhurn. Row 4-Phyllis Braid, Evelyn llnghcs, Marlene Murphy, Martha Dague, Joe Ioncs, Oren Harris, John lden, llichard llarris, Boh Davis, ,loc johnson. Chorus work, under the direc- tion of Mr- Wen- dell jones, is open to all students of Newark High School. Cl as s e s meet twice each week, and from there classes mem- bers are chosen for the Chapel or Concert Choir. A selected group from the Chapel Choir sang over WCLT on the Itis High Time program several times throughout the year. During the Christmas season the choir sang a very fine concert for the student body, and also spread good cheer hy jour- neying to Gallipo- lis to present a program of Christ- mas carols for the veterans there. The Chapel Choir also presented pro- grams for civic or- ganizations, an ac- tivity which tends to cement a closer relationship be- tween the school and community. In addition, the choir participated in the annual music festival held at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware. The Animal Spring Concert, held on April 22, was very successful from both artistic and monetary standpoints. One Ilundx ed Fifteen Future Teorchers Association Row 1-Barbara Brookovcr, Marilyn Stewart, Carol jean Beckman, Ruby Pcarl Tignor, Elizabeth Leslie, Mildred Brown. Row 2-Patricia Myer, Christine Kornrnan, Karl Ge-lfer, Marilyn llitchcoclc, Parker Reed, Margaret Miller, Sue Nees, Miss WVilliams, Patricia Pylc. A new club this year, F.T.A., is for the p u rp 0 s e of bringing together students who might like to be- come teachers. The advantages a n d disadvantages o f t h e teaching pro- fession, scholarships, and require- ments are studied. The club is a ' found p ro j e c t s such as substitute teaching and ob- serving in oth e r schools. A student- teacher d a y w a s planned for spring. Delta Kappa Gam- ma sorority g a V e a din n e r for the club. on February 23. Officers of the club are Elizabeth Inembel' Of the Ohi0 Bllmch Of the Leslie, presidentg Mildred Brown Future Teachers of America. secretaryg and Margaret Miller, 'treas- Individual members of the club urer. Miss Williams is adviser. One Hundred Sixteen Future Homemokers oi America Row l-Relva Huffman, VVilma Malherbe, Carol Kiger, Nancy Otterman, Ioan Burgess, Katherine Birkey, Ruth Ann Mason, Donna Malherhe, Shirley WVolfley, Bonnie Drumni, Carolyn Linn, Rosalie Smith. Row 2-Mrs. Stevens, Hallie Davis, Mary Evelyn Wilson, Barbara Andrews, Mary Grimm, Estella Forsythe, Evelyn Love, Frances Vandevender, Rachel Vermillion, Eileen Mason, Bonnie Marinie, La Verna Butler. Row 3'-Macille Swartz, Dorothy Davidson, juanila Cupps, jo A1111 Lowendiclc, Helen Braddock, Leona Hughes, Geraldine Hoy, Barbara Crist, Norma Lewis, Carol Radcliff, Dolores Spence. U n d e 1' the di- rection of Mrs. Stevens, the Future Homemakers o f America is now in its second year of existence. The club consists of stu- dents Who take li o m e economics and are eager to have an educational well-rounded livin program which helps them to use this confidence in self training, not only in school problems, but also in home and community. This club strives to promote success in the home and family and to en- courage rthrift as power to plan for g and to strengthen and Work. One Hundred .St N L ntq en Retail Selling Row 1-Miss Angus, Shirley Miner, Joyce Bonham, Shirley McCranor, Lena Mae Bieberbach, Chirlottc Pirlct Betty Holley, Carlene McManus, Thomas Still. Row 2-Reola Brown, Donna Robinson, Mary Mt-Knight, Charlotte Pickering, Josephine Stichter, P ltf1L11 Anderson, Robert McDonald, Robert Messinger. The Retail Sell- ing Club, com- posed of members of the retail-selling' class, carried on a full program dur- ing the current school year. On November 1, the group as a class, attended the regional conven- tion in Columbus. On December 19, members gave a party for children in the Childrenis Home. Further, on February 12, the club held a bake sale. During the evening of May 5, One Hundied Eighteen t h e organization had its annual banquet in Gran- ville Inn. Through- out the year mem- bers sold candy in school halls. Officers for the year were Carlene McMannis, presi- dent, Thomas Still, vice president, Josephine Stichter, secretary, Bar- bara Ioyce Bonham, treasurer, and Lena Bieberbach, publicity director. Miss Angus was ad- viser. Scrles Qrqclnizcrtion Row 1-Mr. Stradlcy, Elizabeth johnson, Eileen Mason, Jeanine Meisenhclder, Barbara Decker, Qhulottc P ulet Patricia Anderson, Miss Angus. Row 2-Sue Steele, Leona Hughes, Douglas Acord, Harold Miller. Norma Barcus, Margaret Smith, xvllll un Schick Jack Davis, Richard Stafford. The Sales Or- ranization is coni- posed of students who Wish to gain knowledge an d practical experi- ence in selling and business. All refreshments at the football ment for the school. One of the projects this year was the purchase of a juke box to be used by the school for its d a n c e s. Each student is paid on a commis- sion basis for his games are sold by this group. The pro- Work. Miss A n g u s is adviser for the ceeds are used to buy needed equip- group. One Hundred Nrnetrcn Science Club Row 1-Merle Brown, james Coyle, VVillian1 Chaney, Sue Killinger, Don Alspaeh, Paul Clifton Don ild Coyle. Row 2-Mr. Steinberger, adviser, Cail Coss, Paul Flannigau, Stanley Eriksen, wvllllkllll johnson Jack Kincaid, Jack Harding, Thomas Miller, Russell Reid, David Blowers, Eugene Varasso. The Science Club is made up of members of the student body in- terested in any or all forms of sci- ence. The club's purpose is to bet- ter acquaint its members with the program is made up of speeches by members, dem- onstrations of sci- entific principles, and other educa- tional scientific material. The club meets once every other week with fields of science outside the curricu- Mr. P. C. Steinberger as its adviser. lum of the regular science courses. Club officers this year are Stanley Members study science and its prob- Eriksen, president, William Chaney, lems both as it is taught in school and vice-president, Sue Killinger, secre- as it appears currently. The clubis tary, and William Iohnson, treasurer. One Hundred Twenty Camera Club Row 1-Sue Wigton, Barbara Brookover, Marilyn Stewart, Carol Evans, Annis Rauch, Brenna Ilobson N ll 1o11c Holman, Carol Waters. Row 2-Betty Cochran, Relva Huffman, Fred Hayes, Cordon Johnson, Donald Kinney, Harry Bay Ch md lcr XKVIQQUIICT, james Barber, Richard Lippincott, Kathleen Levingston, Mr. Desgrange. Tl1e C a 111 e 1' a Club is composed of t h o s e students who are ll1t61'CStCd in taking or devel- oping p i c t u 1' c s. This club could be one of the most in- teresting a 11d in- formative of this vote the neces- sary time to the Camera Club. The g 1' 0 u p therefore was not as success- ful in its undertak- ings as it had a11ti- cipated. This yearis offi- cers were Prichard scl1ool. Since some of its members Lippincott, president, Betty Cochran, were also members ot other organ- vice president, Harry Bay, secretary- izations, however, tl1ey co11ld not de- treasurer. Mr. Desgrange was adviser. One Hundrtd fwtnty O11 Penmcrnship Club Row 1-Marilyn Stewart, Ruth Anne Mason, Margaret Miller, Ioan Burgess, Carol Brooks, Betty Delancey Shirley Coyle, Relva Huffman. Row 2-Miss Olpp, Frances Mason, Mary Bonham, VVilbert Kiger, Danny Johnson, Treva Jeffers, Daisy Ward The Penmanship Club continued its second year under the direction of Miss Olpp, organ- izer. Most mem- bers became in- creasingly c 0 n - scious of the im- portance of goo d the opinion, how- ever, that penman- ship should be stu- died on a class basis as there is a great need for more time. Officers for the year were Carol Brooks, president, penmanship and directed their atten- Betty Delancey, vice president, and tion toward that goal. Miss Olpp is of Joan Burgess, treasurer. One Hundred Twenty-Two Librctry Assistants Row 1-Sandra NVilley, Marilyn Edris, Susan NVilkin, Miss Dorn, Anna Rusic, Shirley Kilpatrick Chris tine Kornnian. Row 2-Joanne McDonough, janet Jay, Emily Bcardshcar, Shirley Kcnnington, Margaret Taylor Shirley Lamson. The libraries and schools throughout E u- ropc bea r tragic witness to the power that totali- tarian nations at- tributed to books. Books and li- braries were care- fully purged of any material that might be considered subversive. These nations did not underestimate the power of books. It is our earnest hope that all na- tions will profit by their example- that books and libraries may come into their rightful place in American schools. It is with this thought in mind that we, in Newark, are striv- ing to increase our use of books and libraries. In this program, the library assistants play an important pa rt. They endeavor to increase their own knowledge of how to use the library and to aid other students in taking advantage of the material o f f e r e d by the library. The group was organized in 1940, and since then it has continued to serve the school. Only students with a "Bw average are considered for this work to which each must help one period each day to receive scholastic credit. Under the direction of Miss Dorn, these students assist with the regu- lar library procedures, and, in addi- tion, each is responsible for a special project during the year. This year the assistants have also taken part in a program over WVCLT for the purpose of acquainting the public with li- brary methods. One Hundred Twenty Thxce Cheerleaders Row l-joan Abbott, joyce Kcinath, Carol Zeihcr, joan Catrell. Row 2-Marilyn VVebb, Virginia Perdue. How 3-Marilyn Brown, To qualify for cheerleading, girls who try out must meet certain schol- astic requirements and try out before Miss Myer. This group of girls is always present at all the joan Gatrell, Vir- ginia Perdue, joan Abbott, Marilyn Wfebb - all sen- iors. Besides lead- ing the cheers at home and out-of- town games, they aided in making t h e decorations Newark High School games. The for the different sports squad is composed of Marilyn Brown, banquets. One Hundred Twenty-Four I WHITE FIELD Y ' Acquired in 1912 yimfaa One Hundred Twenty-Seven DEEDS MWC " ' A W ' -. I ..,:, , ' ,W FLEWTL gcruvfi R o wl' ' L ucagcof.-f-f2h,Baum7ar't5re5KeI feyofferi -4 'Tgyfavg Flowers,0eeis,Ha a5,RoiIc'e,Kane,KH ill eg pup, Q5 A 61221-1S,B,ovv?Y5,xSxcl'll'oa'b,Q pawn 4 '5c:4fc1r,Dou7fa s,Hemfro15'T'f1 omas, Krarnefg 7I2l5'T:Ril2M FIGHJ Z ,Joi-mg0nf2atC,mr1ralJ,,Swarfz,, M5fH'l am, Fr 371545 GbSs,B9lll?1gQI5 06rfo,I-fl? GL' ' J B9f?4fg5 Mivsy DENNf5O'Y T5 Lowgg-D5 cfmm G ROIK: 4ea:H76'IP1cw79Cf37nef3Xnfl-leelengSHG I.,fe5,G3-LMI, I qw qwaler C I ' , S0711 o QYYYHWIBIIT1 Qlx4QlSQ7t,B3f'j1Q5JxSl-,avg 6 If fP6hc0CHo w3lf'6ll,Po5 eXC'Hile7lS'f.ee,Q'Be77- :h,RllSc1l19llfJt,S'L6e!63 wagm gfgcpefan Cx .4 Norwdlk The Newark High School Wildcats opened the 1948 season by defeat- ing a new opponent, the Raiders, from Norwalk, Ohio. The ,Cats ran just three plays to score the first of four touchdowns. Quarterback Richard Fleitz scamp- ered thirty-four yards around his own right end to go over the goal standing up. From that time on the 'Cats scored in each period. Andy Dennison hit pay dirt in the secondg Robert McVey, in the third, and Rob- ert Barnes, in the fourth. Andy An- derson collected on three out of four placement tries. The final score was Newark 27, Norwalk 13. Middletown K'Newark Defeated Middletown 13 to 13N was the humorous comment made by wags concerning the thump- ing upset the Wildcats handed the Middies in the second encounter of the ,48 season. Newark got off to a One Hundred Thirty slow start and let the Middies push ahead to a 13-to-0 score at the end of the first quarter. From the second period on, however, the game was Newark all the way. A Middie fum- ble recovered by Coleman on the Middletown 34 ended a few plays later with McVey going Over for the first counter. Andersonis kick was blocked. A sensational sprint by McVey from Newarkis eight to Middletoxvirs four at the beginning of the second half was the high point of the game. Two plays later, Craig spun over for the second tally. Andersonis conver- sion was good. The game ended with Newark again threatening the Mid- dieis goal from the sixteen. Mdriettd Newarkis snarling VVildcats, on the scent of blood, just couldnpt do any- thing wrong as they smashed Mariet- tais meek Tigers, 45 to O, in the first C.O.L. game of the season. Led by Fleitz and McVey, each with two TD,s to their credit, the ,Cats continuously paraded to the Tiger goal. F leitzis 44-yard gallop and 55- yard punt return were the spine- tinglers of the contest. McVey earned two TD,s, Fleitz, two, Craig, one, and Cochlan, a sophomore, one. "Toe,' Anderson collected six con- versions in six tries. He concluded the Newark fest by kicking a twenty- five-yard field goal. Zanesville By downing a powerful Zanesville team, the Newark High School Wild- cats climbed to a first-place tie with Lancaster in the strong Central Ohio League. McVey plunged over from the two-yard line in the early min- utes of the third quarter to make Newarkis only tally. The TD climaxed a 59-yard march down the field. Barnesis conversion was blocked. Al- though the ,Cats threatened Zanes- villeis goal three times, they could score only the one time. Neverthe- less, all of the Newark line played heads-up ball the entire game. ln addition to battling a strong Blue Devil outfit, the ,Cats had to combat a wet gridiron. The final score was Newark 6, Zanesville 0. Dover Newarkis rampaging NVildcats whipped a fighting Dover team to make three wins out of three tries in the Central Ohio League. The ,Cats scored first when the Dover team let the opening kickoff roll free, and Coleman recovered the ball on the four. Two plays later Delancey cracked over. In the second stanza the ,Cats scored twice: one was a 44-yard run by Dennison, the other, a pass from Barnes to Catrell. The other Newark score was made by De- lancey in the fourth quarter. Both Dover scores climaxed long drives: one for sixty-four yards, the other, eighty-four. The final scores was Newark 24, Dover 14. One Hundrtd Thntv One Lctnccxster Newark Highis powerful Wildcats rolled over a highly rated Lancaster team 17 to 0 to take first place in the race for the flag of the C.O.L. The ,Cat line performed outstand- ing feats during the whole game. The boys seemed to sense every play Lan- caster ran before it was even started. The only way Lancaster could make a substantial gain was by means of the air. The Gales were so out- classed they never made a serious threat to the ,Catis goal. The Schickmen first scored on a pass from F leitz to Catrell. This play covered thirty-six yards. Delancey made Newarkis second score on a one-yard smash off tackle. Royal 7The Toeii Anderson, returning to duty after two weeks of absence be- cause of a had knee, collected two conversions and a 13-yard field goal to complete the scoring. The final score was for Newark, 17, for Lan- caster, 0. Oni Hundicd Thirty-Two Coshocton Ray Schick and his rampaging XVildcats shattered an eleven-year iinx at Coshocton to defeat the Red- skins 14 to 6. This victory marked the first for Newark on Coshocton soil since 1937. Sparkplug for the Wildcat machine was McVey. Coshocton scored first early in the second stanza- Fleitz then took the 'Skinis kickoff, slipped McVey the pigskin-encased bladder, faked su- perbly, while MCV ey blitzed with the ball ninety yards for the TD. Later, in the fourth period, Delancey con- tributed the second points by go- ing over from the six. Anderson added the extra point after both the Mc- V ey and Delancey scores. Mt. Vernon Before a rainsoaked crowd of 7,514 spectators, the largest ever to inundate VVhite Field, the Wildcats flattened the undefeated Yellow jackets of Mt. Vernon 25 to 0. Sparked by MeV ey and Craig, each who scored twice, the ,Cats displayed almost perfect football. The line again played brilliantly, completely bottling up the highly touted Yellow jacket backiield. In the first period the 'Cats paraded 51 yards downfield in eight plays, Mc- Vey scoring. Later he scored by re- turning the second-half kickoff 90 yards. Craig scored on runs of 20 and yards. Anderson, who was ham- pered by the wet field and slippery ball, was successful in only one of four extra-point tries. This game ranked along with those of Middle- town, Zanesville, Lancaster, and Co- shocton in importance. Cambridge Final curtain for the football sec- tion of the Wildcat aggregation de- scended after the denouement of the 1948 pigskin drama as Newark swept Cambridge into oblivion by a lop- sided 40-to-0 score. The Bobcats were strawmen b ef ore an avalanche. F leitz featured the longest run of the contest by intercepting a Cambridge pass and trickling for a TD. In ad- dition, Dennison, McVey, and Craig shared touchdown honors. Anderson handled the extra-point assignments. This final contest was Newark's only daylight game during the 1948 season and gave the ,Cats undisputed title to the C.O.L. championship and the Shea Theater Trophy. THE 1948 SCORESIIEET Newark 27 .Norwalk 13 Newark 13 ....... ...... 1X liddletown 13 Newark 45 ....... .,......... IN Iarietta 0 Newark 6 ....... ......... Z anesville 0 Newark 24 ....... ............. D over 14 Newark 17 ...Lancaster 0 Newark 14 ....... .,...,c.. C oshocton 6 Newark 25 Mt. Vernon 0 Newark 40 ....... ......, C ambridge 0 CSummation begins on Page 177D Une Hundred Thnty Thrcc Qm.'P5w P 1 W 1 1 1 NI 'R Q 1 wb ' X Jnousms N F HB1 ppwfl 'Jin-as-z.sron, OLEMFIN3 raves, un: gow .2 Cor'-ferr Dauems, MNH, CRQYNRLJ ' MHNFIGERG Hausa. 2 Sum ? 2 'izif ' -.:e.5ass:::: , W as- -:-,5:5:5:51:r - -.2 ,.,.,gzgag, : 4. ':3a:,.A.::,.-: am .- -,,.::,g5:5:5::- , - ,., ,:.5.,:::a' . xv' " " ::..,::-:,.:.-.,.:.?r::a::- x :Fas-2:2 xf e:a,::e:a:e5s:1s- 11 b- w.:e:.-'F Q. :-.-5 g.g::1g.g '. .' -',..:1.1.:.,::.- ,:5:::- Q, ,1e5::.ga5:5,,:-: . 1 '- 0 M-MM X- ,:::: .EXE W , Q nn n ,..:.,,........ . X, .-x, sv. A n,'.1 :3f:SEiE3" ' .5 :iiffifil ' 'fliif +' NN Q S ix M 1' -':' - , 1 1 .3 , YR K W N E. .., : . f i ',": 1" iii C iq RTN L 9 0 ffjif VENJ, L'fra1',5.ca-43 FLEYTZ . oo1,Fi'R.n5 Ss41EL:n3, wcgrf mRN.n F LY-W' fe? 109 970 WXLMEQ fi! COLUMBUS EAST . . . The Newark High Wildcats dropped their season opener 52 to 33 to the Tigers of Co- lumbus East. The opener was only the second time in nineteen years that the ,Cats had lost to East. The fact was evident throughout the game that the ,Cats were handicapped by lack of height. Jim McFarland, the only letterman back this year, and the captain of the team, led the ,Cats by scoring 10 points. Kane was second with seven. COLUMBUS WEST . . . Newark's Wildcats sustained their second de- feat in as many starts at the hands of a Columbus quintet, bowing to Co- lumbus West 42 to 27. Never trail- ing in the game, NVest was paced by guard Iames Rudolph who netted 18 points. The ,Cats crept to within three points of the Cowboys at half- time but fell apart like a jigsaw puz- zle in the third period, during which WVest piled up its 15-point margin. The ,Cats were 'paced by Kane, who scored 12 points, and by McFarland. One, Hundred Thirty-Six CAMBRIDGE . . .Newark High dropped its third straight game to the Cambridge Bobcats on the latteris floor. The Wildcats, after staging a spirited come-back in the second quarter, fell apart in the final stanza, and the Bobcats emerged with one of their rare victories over Newark. The ,Cats, after trailing 13 to 5 at the end of the first quarter, bounced back and led at the half-way mark and most of the third quarter. Nevertheless, they ended up on the short end of a 47-to-40 count. The ,Cats were paced by guard Richard Johnston, who scored 12 points. Second for the ,Cats was Coleman, who scored 8 points on one fielder and 6 foul shots. BEXLEY . . . Newark High Schoolis luckless Wildcats were defeated for the fourth consecutive time at the hands of Bexley by a score of 43 to 36. Newark wasted the first quarter against the visiting team. The Lions, hitting from all angles, skipped away to a 19-to-6 first-period lead. The ,Cats played Bexley on practically even terms after the opening chapter but couldnit overcome the early Lion lead. Kane was high man for the :Cats, scoring 9 points. Captain McFarland placed second with eight. COSHOCTON . . . Seven minutes and forty seconds after the opening whistle, F leitz drilled in a shot to give Newark its first scoring behind the ten-point lead of the Coshocton Bed- skins. At the end of the first quarter the score stood at 10 to 4 for the Bed- skins. At the half, the score was 22 to 2, Coshocton, at the three-quarter mark, 34 to 16, Coshocton. The final play pegged the score at 44 to 23, Coshocton. Kane and F leitz, with seven and six points respectively, sparked the New- ark attack. MARIETTA . . . Newark claimed undisputed occupancy of the base- ment of the C.O.L. by bowing to the Marietta Tigers 36 to Eighteen free throws missed out of twenty-four attempts was the deciding factor in the game. Captain McFarland paced the luckless ,Cats with eight markers. MIDDLETOWN . . . Bowing low to the powerful Middletown Middies, Newark dropped its seventh contest 60 to 37. The tall and experienced Middies simply swamped the ,Cats Although the Douglasmen were se- verely trampled at first, they looked good in the second half and played the Middies on even terms. DAYTON FAIRVIEW . . . Newark dropped a heartbreaker to the Bull- dogs of Dayton Fairview 33 to 32 for the 'Catsi eighth straight loss. Never- theless, the game was a thriller. The lead changed hands thirteen times, and the score was tied five times. The game was won by the Bulldogs one minute and twenty-seven seconds be- fore the gun. LANCASTER . . . Newark Highis VVildcats took their worst licking in many a moon, at the hands of Lan- casteris Hashy Colden Gales. The high flying Gales literally stomped all over the 'Cats with a score of 65 to 29. Bill Arledge, tall forward of the Cales, scored more points himself than the whole Newark team. He scored a record number of points. Senior Bill Coleman was high scor- cr for thc ,Cats with 8 points. Second for the 'Cats was Capt. jim McFar- land. One Hundred Thirty Scxen DOVER . . . After losing nine straight cage games, Newark Highis WVildcats finally broke into the win column. They beat Dover by a score of 48 to 46. The ,Cats never trailed the Tor- nadoes and were tied with them only once, 2 to 2. junior Dick Fleitz was high-point man for the 'Cats with 13 points. Second was Senior Bill Coleman with 11. MT. VERNON . . . Max Douglas' 'Cats manifested an interest in retain-- ing their residence in the win column by capturing from the Mt. Vernon Yellow jackets their second straight, 34 to 32. The charity-toss blues, how- ever, continued to harass the 'Cats as they made good only 12 out of 31 tries. Kane was high scorer with 13 points. ZANESVILLE . . . Zanesvilleis Blue Devils shoved the Wfildcats back into the familiar loss column by taking a hard-fought contest 47 to 41. Things looked up for Newark at the foul line, however, where the ,Cats converted 13 of 12 free throws. Newark had a 12- to-10 edge at the end of thc first period but slipped behind from there on in. Kane again was high scorer for Newark. One Hundrmd Thirty-Eight CAMBRIDGE . . . lneligible the first semester, George YVoolard made his debut against Cambridge to help humble the Bobcats 47 to 34. VVith this victory Newark took a first step from the C.O.L. basement. Coleman, Davis, Kane, and Stevens played heads-up basketball. Captain McFar- land was high man with fourteen counters. COSHOCTON . . .The 'Cats reeled back into the loss column from the staggering 59-to-32 defeat handed them by the Coshocton Redskins in their second meeting of the season. McFarland, Cartnal, and Johnston were the only Newark players to hit more than once from the field. This game put Newark one-half point ahead of the Cambridge Bobcats who reside in the C.O-L. cellar. MARIETTA . . . The ,Cats avenged an early defeat at the hands of Mari- etta Tigers by beating them 49 to 38. The ,Cats jumped to an early lead and were never pressed by the Tigers. Center Ceorge WVoolard was high- point man for the ,Cats with 22 count- ers. Second was jim McFarland with 12. LANCASTER . . . Playing brillant ball in the second half, the ever-im- proving Newark VVildcats almost top- pled the highly touted Golden Gales of Lancaster. Playing ragged ball the first half, the ,Cats suddenly caught fire in the second half and played their best game of the season. The final score was 38 to 35 Lancaster. Woolard was high-point man with seventeen. DOVER . . . Letting down from its previous outstanding performance, Newark took a drubbing from Dover. The score was 55 to 40. Woolard was high-point man with 13 counters. CUYAHOGA FALLS . . . The ,Cats ended a two-game losing streak by beating the Cuyahoga Falls Tigers 47 to 36. The Douglasmen were never pressed by the Tigers. Newark was paced by George WVoolard with 12 points. ZANESVILLE . . . Newarkis ,Cats turned back the Zanesville Blue Devils 53 to 38 in the second en- counter of the teams this season. VVo0lard hit for 22 points. Davis sparked the team in the second half. Kane turned in a superb rebound per- formance. MT. VERNON . . . Newark ended the regular 1948-49 season in a blaze of glory by literally pulverizing the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets 74 to 47. This was within two points of the all- time Newark High scoring record. High for the ,Cats was George VVoolard with 22 points. Next was Captain Iim McFarland with 175 then came 'iSpankv Kane with 15. CSummation Begins on Page 1672 BASKETBALL SCORES Newark ,,.,... ....... C olumbus East 52 Newark 27 ....... ........ C olumbus WVest 42 Newark 40 ...... .........,..... C ambridge 47 Newark 36 ............. Bexley 43 Newark 28 ............. Coshocton 44 Newark 32 ,,,, ,................... h fiarietta 36 Newark 37 ,.,, ,,,,.,.,,,,...,.. lN Iiddletown 60 Newark 32 ,,,..,, ,,..... D ayton Fairview 33 Newark 29 ,,,, .................. L ancaster 65 Newark 48 ,,,, .................... D over 46 Newark 34 ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,, K It. Vernon 32 Newark 41 ..... ....... Z anesville 47 Newark 47 ,,,,,,,,, ,,...... C ambridge 34 Newark 32 ....... Coshocton 59 Newark 49 ..... .......... B larietta 38 Newark 35 ,......... ..,......... L aneaster 38 Newark 40 ....... ..................... 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KHN E, H912 DIbLG,xIDHNSON, STEYENS, MER! - KEo,BERT5AINGz.Eg,,ScH1c nc, Hnmow. , , A CAPTAIN SMITH TAKES A HURDLE Caumous South The 1948 track squad got off to a Hying start, April 6, in the first meet of the season with a smashing victory over Columbus South. Newark cin- dermen garnered 10 lirsts to four for the capital-city lads. Sophomore Bob MCV ey was the high point-maker with 1435: he took a first in the 100, a first in the 220, and anchored the winning 880 relay team. Don M. Smith was next with twelve points: he captured a first in the high hurdles, a first in the low hurdles, and a third in the broad jump. Cary Griffith copped a first in the 440 and anchored the win- ning mile relay. Dick Hartman took a Hrst in the pole vault and a second in the high jump. After the dust had settled, Newark came out on top with 83 points to Columbus Southis 59. Columbus Central On April 15, Newark Highis cinder- men lost an exceedingly thrilling dual meet to Columbus Central, the second best team in the state, the final score being, for Newark, 56 and, for Cen- tral, 62. The Pirates copped eight firsts while the Wildcats lapped up six. Columbus Centralis Rancy Fox One Hundred Forty-Two was a double winner for the capital- city boys by taking the mile and the 1 half-mile. Newark had a double win- ner in Don M. Smith, who copped first in the high and the low hurdles re- spectively. Dick Hartman, senior pole vaulter, won his event by a good lift of twelve feet. Other winners for the 'Cats were Gail Goss, high jump, Dan Roike, discus, and Bob McVey, 100- yard dash. Mansfield Relays Newark placed eleventh in the an- nual Mansfield Relays held on April 17, 1948. The boys garnered a total of eight points. Richard Hartman tied for a second in the pole vault. The shuttle-relay team composed of Vaia, Miller, Mc- Vey, and Don M. Smith copped a third. MCV ey trotted in fifth in the 100-yard dash while Don M. Smith trickled to the finish line fifth in the 120 highs. Springfield won the meet with thir- ty-one points. Marietta The fourth meet of the ,48 season for the Newark spikesters concluded with a score of 7434 to 6714 in favor of lUDGES AND SPECTATORS AWAIT NEXT EVENT Hartman soared over the crossbar at twelve feet six inches for a first in the pole vault. McVey won both the 100- and 220-yard dashes and the broad jump. Gene Miller also won the mile and the half-mile, while Gary GriH'ith romped home in the 440. gan Roike hurled the discus for a rst. Mansfield On April 22, a Mansfield Steamroll- er flattened Newark on the Mans- Held track by a score of 77 2X3 to 45 lf 3. Newarkis trouble was the usual wheeze of the season: no point- makers in depth. However, Gene Miller took firsts in the mile and the half-mile, GrifHth waltzed in first in the 4405 Hartman zoomed into the void for a first in the pole vault, and McVey trekked to the tape for a first in the 100-yard dash. Don M. Smith garnered a second in the highs. Uhrichsville Relays The sixth meet of the season, the Uhrichsville Relays, saw Newark take a fourth place at Uhrichsville, April 24. Mansfield was the winner with 4435 points, Newark floated in fourth with 3135 markers. Hartman set a new record in the pole vault for the Uhrichsville event by sailing over the horizontal bar twelve feet above land. The old record was eleven feet. Mc- Vey tied the record in the 100-yard dash. Miller plowed in second in the 440. The shuttle-relay team of Vaia, Meriwether, McVey, and Don M . Smith garnered a second. Griffith eked a third in the 440, Roike, a third in the discus, and Don M. Smith bounced in fifth in the highs. Columbus Edst Newark chased Columbus East all over White Field on April 27 to cap- ture a dual meet 77 2X3 to 45 U3. The ,Cats captured thirteen firsts, los- ing only the shot and the high jump. Don M. Smith, high scorer for New- ark with l6li points, captured the sta- dium record for the lows with 25.4. The former record was 26 flat. Firsts consumed by Newark were Vaia, Mil- ler, McVey, and Don M. Smith in the shuttle relay, Don M. Smith, the 120 highs, McVey, the 100-yard dash, Mc- Vey, the 220, Griffith, the 4405 Mil- ler, the 880 run, Miller, the mileg Don M. Smith, the lows, Roike, the discus, Hartman, the pole vault, Don M. Smith, the broad jump, Rehbeck, Meriwether, Fleitz, and McVey, the 880 relay, and Rehbeck, Hines, Rob- erts, and Griffith, the mile relay. One Hundred Forty Three Newark's only first was captured by GRIFFITH OF THE 440: HARTMAN CDF THE POLE VAULT The Newark Relays With sixteen teams hot on the trail of tempting trophies, the Newark Re- lays began during the afternoon of May 1, 1948, at White Field. The Relays' most avid supporter, rain, was on hand during the preliminaries in the morning, but around noon Sol took over, and the afternoon pre- sented perfect weather for the pano- rama. Springfield trotted away with first place to the tune of 6935 points. Nevertheless, Newark, for the first time since the Relays were initiated in 1940, leaped into second place with 34 1X6 points. Gene Cole of Lancaster was individual winner of the meet with 16 points. Hartman in the pole vault, who flew over the bar twelve feet six inches from terra firma. The Wildcat's Don M. Smith gave his school the most points, however, by winning a sec- ond in the lows, a third in the highs, and by speedily trotting the third lap of the second-place shuttle-relay out- fit. Miller whirled to a second place in the half mile, but loafed to a fourth in the mile. Roike slung the discus to second place, while Griffith clopped to the tape third in the 440. McVey captured a lowly fifth in both the broad jump and the 220, al- though he anchored the speedy shut- One Hundred Forty-Four tle-relay team. The other two mem- bers of this team were Vaia and Meri- wether. The mile-relay team, com- posed of Rehbeck, Hines, Roberts, and Griffith, garnered a fourth. Goss participated in a six-way tie for fifth place in the high jump. Records were smashed all over the place. Gene Cole of Lancaster re- duced an old record of 22.2 in the 220 to 21.7. Springfield,s shuttle - relay crowd deflated a 58.2 time to 57.8. Cooper of Columbus Central whirled through the 440 to set a new 49.6 over the old 51.6. Bricker of Mansfield tied the record of 15 flat in the highs, Cole of Lancaster tied the old record of 10 seconds flat in the 100-yard dash. The 1948 Relays Statistics ' ' 691f2 Springfield .................................. Newark ................ Columbus Central Mansfield ................... .......... 341f6 301f2 291f3 Marietta ................. .......... 2 3 1X3 Lancaster ...,..,....... .......... 1 6 Columbus West .. 15 1X6 Columbus North 13 1X2 Ashland ................... .......... 1 2 Lima Central ......... .......... 1 0 Columbus East ....... ...... 8 2X3 Mt. Vernon ................. ....... 4 Columbus South ......... ...... 1 1X 6 Upper Arlington ......... ...... 1 Bexley ..................... ...... 1 McConnelsville ....... ...... 0 , MILLER, MCVEY, VAIA, AND SMITH GE THE MEDLEY RELAY G. CD. L. Once again Marietta copped the coveted C.O.L. track trophy by edg- ing Newark 84 to 8235. Newark took six first places but again could not get enough seconds, thirds, fourths, and fifths. The Harlowmenis firsts were taken by Dick Hartman in the pole vault. He set a new record of twelve feet, three inches, over the old one of eleven feet, eleven inches. Gene Miller won the half-mile and set a new record of 2:5.6 over the old mark of 2:6.5. Bob McVey won the broad jump, Dan Roike, the discus. Don M. Smith won both the low and the high hurdles and set a new C.O.L. record in the latter. The former tal- ly was 15.7, made by J. Smith, a New- arker, in 1940. Don M. Smith chopped it down to 15.5. 4'Melv was also high-point man for the New- ark spikesters with two firsts in the hurdle events and a third in the broad jump for a total of 15 points. The teams finished as follows: Mar- rietta, Newark, Cambridge, and Lan- caster. New Concord Reldys Picking up five first places and three seconds, the Newark High track team scored 72 3X5 points to win the New Concord Relays. Newarkis vic- tories came in the 120 high hurdles, which were won by Don M. Smith in the time of 15.4, Roike in the discus with a toss of 128 feet, eight inches, Miller in the mile with a time of 4:48.95 McVey in the broad jump with a leap of 20 feet, 10 inches, and Griffith in the 440. In this colorful meet, Newark defeated Marietta, who was luckily the G.O.L. champion, Bellaire, and Martins Ferry. Lcmccrster The last home meet of the year for the Newark thinclads was held May 12 at White Field. The meet was easily won by the much-improved spikesters of Paul Harlow by a score of 81 to 28. Individual star of the meet was Lancasteris Gene Cole, who won the 100, 220, and 400. Newark's firsts were gained by Hartman in the pole vault, Branham in the mile and 880, the 880 relay team, the mile re- lay team, Ted Vaia and Don M. Smith in a tie for first honors in the high hurdles, Dan Roike in the discus and shot, and Goss in the high jump. CContinued on Page 1471 One Hundred Forty Five Reserves Row 1-Charles Bradshaw, manager, Larry Landrum, Ceorge Riley, Ronnie Foote, Paul Haas, Leon Richey, James Cochlan, Coach Paul Harlow. Row 2-Homer Steele, manager, Donald Black, Ierry Steele, Charles Dennis, WVilliam Stichter, Robert Sims, Larry Campbell. Charles Bagent, manager. The Paul Harlow-coached Reserves Newark 26 Columbus East 28 finished a fair season this year, win- Newark 30 Columbus West 14 ning 11 games while having eight on Newark 44 Cambridge 22 the wrong side of the ledger. During Newark 23 Bexley 26 the course of the season they turned Newark 21 Coehocton 32 back many good teams and furnished Newark 25 Marietta 40 the fans with many exciting and in- gewllft DlWt0NLF11l1'Vi?V . - ewar . aneas er ... telsitmg Couteslts' d 1 b.l. Newark 34 Dover 27 I le team Howe , amp? fl 1 lty Newark 33 Mt. Vernon 28 with speed, ball handling, height, and Newark 52 Zanesville 33 rebound power. Although the 1ine-up Newark 41 Cambridge 24 was constantly changing, the follow- Newark 33 C0Sh0Pf011 47 ing boys carried the brunt of the load: Newark 50 Marietta 31 . Newark 41 Lancaster 24 Ronald Foote, Charles Dennis, Newark 99 Dover 41 George Riley, Larry Campbell, Rob- Newark yyilson 35 ert Sims, Paul Haas, and Iames Newark 37 Zimegvjllg 30 Cochlin. Newark 39 Mt. Vernon 19 One Hundred Forty-Six Speedbcrll Row 1-Homer Steele, Stanton, Porter, Richard Jones, Frank Craig, john Wooles, Douglas VVhitc, Charles Link Bernard Farmer, Richard Stafford. Row 9-Larry Campbell, Ronald Moore, Richard Betz, James McFarland, Richard Johnston, Russcl Reid Piul Waddell, Gene Watson, David Meckley. Row 3-Louis Oder, Robert Sims, Lloyd Varner, James Shields, William johnson, Donald Rosscawen, Ted V111 Richard Davis, Jack Cartnal, Mr. Douglas. Speedball was originated for the purpose of keeping boys in basket- ball and spring track in condition. It is a mixture of basketball, football, and soccer, and is played with a ball the size of a volleyball. Central The Newark Wildcats managed to score 32 points and to nose out Co- lumbus West for second place in the District Meet, May 15, 1948, at Dela- ware. The final event was the de- ciding factor for the Wildcats as they placed third in the mile relay. Co- lumbus West won it. The team was composed of Bill Rehbeck, Dick F leitz, Don M. Smith, and Gary Grif- fith. The ,Cats star for the day was their hurdler, Don M. Smith, who was a double winner. He won the 120 high hurdles in the time of 15.3 seconds and the 220-yard low hurdles The boys, under the supervision of Coach Max Douglas, went to Everett Field every night between 3:15 and 5:00 oiclock during the football sea- son. Ohio District i11 the time of 25.6 seconds. Newarks other first was by Dick Hartman in the pole vault. He won the event by clearing the bar at 12 feet, four inches. Gene Miller gave his team six points as he took a third in the mile and half-mile. Gary Griffith gave the ,Cats three points by placing third in the 440. Columbus Centralis Pirates copped the meet with 57 points to success- fully defend their title of last year. Don M. Smith, Gene Miller, Dick Hartman, and Gary Griffith qualified for the State Meet. fNext Pagej One Hundred Forty Sexen Cross Country Ltft to HightQACoach Harlow, Gerald Spiker, Gene Ridenbaugh, Kenneth Roberts, Robert Stevens, Riel lrd Bcery, Carl Stewart, john Ioncs, Iohn Orr, Iohn Koontz. This year the Newark Cross Coun- try squad experienced a rather unsuc- cessful season. It won only one of three meets. In the first meet the 'Cats lost to a strong Mansfield team 18 to 49 The second meet the ,Cats lost, the team dropped to Columbus Central 26 to 31. In the third meet, however, Newark entered the victory column by defeating Colulnbus YVest 26 to 29. In the district, Newark finished third. Gene Ridenbaugh and Gerald Spiker finished second and seventh respectively, thus entitling them to go to the state meet. In this meet Biden- baugh made a fine showing by finish- ing thirteenth, Spiker finished thirty- first. The letter winners this year were Gene Ridenbaugh, Gerald Spiker, Iohn Orr, Richard Beery, and Robert Stevens. 6 Tricmqulcrr Meet The Newark YVildcats won another meet, a triangular affair with Colum- bus NVest and Chillicothe, at Colum- bus, by copping the mile relay, the last event on the program. The spikesters took eight first places, four second, and four third to rack up a total of 6134 points to VVest,s 5631, and Chillicotheis 4035. Newarkis firsts were garnered by Dick Hartman in the pole vault, Gene Miller in the mile and half-mile, the mile relay team, Dan Iioike in the discus, Gary One Hundi cd Forty-Eight Griffith in the 440, and Don BI. Smith in the high and low hurdles. In winning these two events Smitty set two new records at Magley Field. The old record in the high hurdles was 15.6, but Smith reduced it to 15.3. The old record in the 220 low hurdles was 26.4, but Smitty knocked it down to 26.2. Don was also high-point man for the ,Cats with thirteen points. Dick Hartmanis eleven feet, six inches, was also a new record. Go Row 1 -Van Ness, Roof, Alspach. Max Douglasis golf team ended its 1948 season in the win column to strike an optimistic chord in an other- wise somber record since the revival of the game in the spring of 1947. After having bee11 chased from green to green by relentless opponents for two seasons, the ,Cats won their final encounter from Bexley by the whack- ing score of 1135 to 35. Scores with other contestants during the 348 sea- son were as follows: identical scores, Newark 2, Lancaster 10 in two differ- The Stctte The 1948 State Track and Field Championships, held at the Ohio State University stadium, was one of the best in its history. The meet was won by Dayton Dunbar, an all- Negro school, with 2235 points, while Canton McKinley was runner-up with 22 points. The highly favored Spring- field squad earned only Sk points. The individual star of the meet was Lancasteris Gene Cole. Cole won three first places, namely, the 100- yard dash, the 220-yard dash, and 440- yard dash. In winning the 440, Cene Row 2.-R. Oder, Mr. Douglas, coach, L. ent encounters of the teams, Newark 235, Zanesville 954 in a first match and Newark 1 and Zanesville 11 in a sec- ond game, and Newark 2, Columbus North 10. Games with Cambridge and Upper Arlington were canceled. Members of the ,48 team were Tal- bot Van Ness, No. 1 man, Lewis Oder, No. 2 man, Richard Oder, No. 3 man and David Roof, No. 4 man. These boys received golf letters in assembly on june 4, 1948. Meet set a new state and national record. The old record was 48.2, but Cole lowered it to 48 seconds flat, He was the first triple winner since 1933 when Jesse Owens soared to stardom. Newark's two points were made by Dick Hartman as he tied for third spot in the pole vault. Don M. Smith, Cene Miller, and Cary Criffith failed to qualify. Having made the greatest number of points for his team, Don M. Smith was selected captain of the 1948 track squad. fSummation on Page 1651 Oder One Hundred Fortv Nmc, Tennis Row 1-Pigman, Armbruster, Don Iones. Row 2-McFarland, Woolard, Pipes, Mr. Schick coach The 1948 tennis season marked the second consecutive year of the gameis revival. Unlike last year, however, the team followed a schedule and did not limit itself to intersquad play. Four games were played during the spring. Newark bowed to each op- ponent. Bexley whacked the New- arkers four to nothing, and in a sec- ond match, three to one. Columbus One Hundred Fifty Academy next defeated the ,Cats four to one. Upper Arlington polished off the ,Cats four to one to finish the sea- son. A second game with Upper Arl- ington was canceled. Members of the 348 squad who re- ceived letters were James McFarland, Bollie Pipes, Donald Jones, Donald Pigman, and George Woolard. The coach was Mr. Ray Schick. lrltroirnurcxl Baseball Row 1-Dollison, Phillips, Pipes, Reynard, Haynes, Varner, Bline, Reid, Simpson. Row 9-Heatwole, Collet, Cramer, Cartnal, Gatrell, Burt, Ault, Barnes, Benner, Sheets. Row 3-Couden, VVorley, King, Don Jones, Armbruster, Thomas, Handel, Ryan, Denner, Betz, Knox, Plgmfln As in previous years, the senior ag- gregation won the field during the spring intramural baseball season with a record of four wins and two losses. The sophomore squad was second with a record of three wins and three losses. The lowly juniors slumped to the cellar with two wins and four losses. Mr. A. B. Long was in charge of the program. Baseball letters were awarded play- ers in the final assembly on June 4, 1948. Boys who received letters were Iohn Lariinore, Rollie Pipes, Arthur Simpson, Robert Reynard, Richard Johnston, Williani Knox, Iames Hel- phrey, Garry Benner, Richard Davis, David Meckley, John VVorley, and Lloyd Varner. One Hundred Fifty One Tumbling Row 1 Clarence Cramer, Robert Davis, Jean Richards, George Offenbakcr. Rovx 2 Gail Goss, James Lucas, Bernard Ditter, James Baumgartner, Mr. Long. A new activity this year, the tum- bling squad, meets every Monday and VVednesday in the gym under the di- rection of A. B. Long. Members of the squad are Robert Reynard, Rich- ard Seiter, James Baumgartner, Rob- ert Davis, Bernard Ditter, Gail Goss, One Hundred F ifty-Two James Lucas, George Offenbaker, and Jean Richards. The tumblers gave exhibitions of tumbling skills and wrestling during the half-times of many of the Newark High School basketball games. V Basketball Row 1-Ruth Mason, Charlene Pound, Marilyn Webb, Joan Gatrcll, Betty Tripp, Shirley Post, Virginia Perdue, Joyce Keinath, Barbara Allen, Marjorie Brecht. Holding ball-Juanita Beeney. Row 2-Hilah Gibbs, NVanda McPeek, Norma Lewis, Joy Tomlinson, Jo Ann Redman, Ruth Shell, Harriett Wagner, Mona Lusetti, Sue Nees, Harriett Stickle, Betty McCullough. Row 3-Anna Lou Harris, Mary Ann Hall, Pat Parmalee, Patsy Mann, Carolyn Crego, Jane Powell, Lula Vaia, Marilyn Vermillion, Doris MacPherson, Carol Beckman, Lois Coolcsey. Row 4-Connie Asher, Elaine Creighton, Dorothy Darling, Marilyn Gamble, Janice Flannigan, Shirley Staiger, NVilma Butt, Mary Sillen, Billie Sue Melton, Sue Ryan. Row 5-Phyllis Porter, Leona Lugar, Carol XVaters, Marjorie Whipple, Beverly Blowers, Marilyn Eclris, Eva McCullough, Sue Wilkin, Jean Grider, Alice lluber, Mary Butle1', Ruth Dillon. Row 6-Donna Slebodnik, Phyllis Howard, Joyce Hess, Pat Myer, Pat Pyle, Daisy NVarcl, Frances Elmore, Charlene Canter, Norma Barcus, Mary Fulks, Nancy Wallace, Patty Smith. Row 7-Nancy Haines, Pat Scott, Janice Grove, Mary Louise Schaller, Gladys Coleman, Carol Jean Richrick, Mona Potter, Janet Utterback, Charlotte Scott. Nine teams were battling for first place when the 1949 yearbook went to press. The senior team, captained by Juanita Beeney, was at the top of the pile with no losses. Captains of senior teams were Juanita Beeney, Lula Vaia, and Joan Gatrell. Captains of junior aggrega- tions were Betty McCullough, Bever- ly Blowers, and Barbara Null. Cap- tains of sophomore units were Pa- tricia Pyle, Darlene Helms, and Billie Sue Melton. Outstanding senior forwards were Lula Vaia and Juanita Beeney, out- standing guards, Joyce Keinath, Mar- jorie Brecht, Ruth Dillon, Barbara Wooles, and Joan Gatrell. Superior juniors forwards were Betty McCul- lough, Wilma Butt, Elizabeth Leslie, and Carol Beckman, superior guards, Joan Redman and Shirley Staiger. F irst-Rank sophomore forwards were Patricia Pyle, Eva McCullough, Pa- tricia Myer, Phyllis Porter, Marjorie Whipple, Patty Smith, and Mary Fulks, first-rank guards, Valentine Richter, Darlene Helms, Mona Potter, Alice Huber, and Billie Sue Melton. One Hundred Fifty fhrce Volleyball l Row 1-Charlene Pound, Jayne Hand, Marilyn VVebb, Joan Gatrell, Betty Tripp, Shirley Post, Virginia Perdue, Joyce Keinath, Marjorie Simpson, Barbara Allen. Left end-Juanita Beeney. Holding ball-Ruth Mason. Right end-Marjorie Brccht. Row 2-Hilah Gibbs, Wanda McPcek, Norma Lewis, Joy Tomlinson, Joan Redman, Bonnie Drumm, Margaret Smith, Harriett XVagner, Mona Lusetti, Sue Necs, Harriett Stickle, Betty McCullough. Row 3-Anna Lou Harris, Mary Ann Hall, Pat Parmalee, Patsy Mann, Carolyn Crego, Janc Powell, Lula Vaia, Marilyn Vermillion, Doris McPherson, Carol Beckman, Lois Cooksey. Row 4-Connie Asher, Elaine Creighton, Dorothy Darling, Marilyn Gamble, Janice Flaunigan, Beverly Blowers, Eva McCullough, Shirley Staiger, Wilma Butt, Mary Sillen, Billie Melton, Sue Ryan. Row 5-Patricia Parker, Leona Lugar, Carol XVaters, Marjorie WVhipple, Geraldine Franks, Daisy Ward, Frances Elmore, Sue WVilkin, Jean Grider, Alice Iluber, Mary Butler, Ruth Dillon. Row 6-Ruth Shell, Joyce Hess, Pat Myer, Pat Pyle, Mary Grimm, Mary Schaller, Eugenia Cole, Charlene Canter, Norma Barcus, Mary Fulks, Nancy WVallace, Patty Smith. Row 7- Donna Slebodnik, Phyllis Howard, Nancy Haines, Pat Scott, Janice Groves, Carol Richrick, Mona Potter, Janct Utterback, Charlotte Scott. Six teams took the floor during the volleyball season this year. They were teams captained by Ruth Mason Cseniorj, Wilma Butt QjuniorJ, Anna Lou Harris Cjuniorj, Betty Warner Qjuniorj, Mary Fulks Csophomorej, and Carolyn Crego Qsophomorej- The lone senior team, captained by Ruth Mason, won all of its games and thereby took undisputed first place in the league. One Hundred Fifty-Four Outstanding sophomore p l a y e r S were Mary F ulks, Alice Huber, Dorothy Geller, Carolyn Crego, Val- entine Richter, and Elizabeth John- son. Superior junior players were Mary Louise Schaller, Joan Place, Charlene Canter, Joan Redman, Anna Lou Harris, Dorothy Taylor, and Shirley Smith. First-rank senior participants were Ruth Mason, Mari- lyn Webb, Ellen Sennett, Ruth Dil- lon, and Joyce Keinath. Softball 1 2 Row 1-Clara Carter, Mary Boyer, Patti Rice, Betty Moran, Alice Ritchey, Betty McPeek, Donna Harper, Gloria Fox, Nancy Idle, Jerry Overstreet, Chloe Harris, Miss Myer. Row 2-Freda Davis, Joan Bell, Jo Ann Bachelor, Barbara Wooles, Hallie Richards, Marilyn Webb, Marilyn Brown, Virginia Perdue, Joyce Keineth, Barbara Allen, Jessie Cooperider. Row 3-Joan Gatrell, Jo Stichter, Juanita Beeney, Susan Shields, Joyce Redman, Nancy Riley, Betty Lavellc, Marjorie Brecht, Janc Powell, Charlene Pound. Row 4-Frances Elmore, Joan Redman, Phyllis Beinhower, Pat Ilunt, Carol Beckman, Shirley Staiger, Ellcn Carpenter, Kathleen Donaldson, Shirley Smith, June Jacobs, Joyce Drake, Joy Tomlinson. Row 5-Jo Ann Franklin, Louise Jones, Charlene Canter, Charlotte McMullen, Betty McCullough, Dorothy Darling, Connie Asher, Patsy Mann, Marele Ditter. Row 6-Eloise Wright, Wanda McPeek, Marilyn Parker, Tibbie Leslie, Wilma Butt, Patty Scott, Jean Crider, Susan Wilkin. The girls, softball league had six teams last year. There were two from each class. The two senior teams were led to victory by Nancy Idle and Su- zanne Rivitz. The junior teams were captained by Joan Catrell and Hallie Richards. June Jacobs and Betty Mc- Cullough were the sophomore cap- tains. Three cheers for Suzanne Rivitz and her team! They won all of their games. Maybe the fact that Betty MePeek was their pitcher had some- thing to do with their winning. She was very outstanding. Another ex- cellent pitcher was Juanita Beeney, who tossed for the juniors. Starring at bat was Hallie Richards. She also played in the field and pitched when she was needed. Joyce Keinath and Barbara WVooles, both juniors, en- livened their games considerably. Ex- cellent sophomore players were Betty McCullough, Eloise Wright, and Jo Ann Redman. One Hundred Fifty Five 1 151 A U S One Hundred Fifty-Six O J i!:l:li?L"l1lE"':l:lT S . 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W- Yellow Cab Company Zeiher,s Corners One Hundred Sixty One Congratulations To the Class of 1949 ,, I1'l 1, 11-Q OHIO POWER cw J INDEX A Abbott, Jo Ann ...,... ................ 9 8, 99, 110, 124, 30 Ac-klin, Carma ,,...... ,....,,..,.A...................,............ 8 8 Acord, Douglas ...,..,... .... ,..,........................ 6 8 , 119 Adams, Jean Ann .......,.............. 61, 102, 109, 110, 112 Agey, Norma ..............,....,..............,............................. 61 Allen, Barbara Jane .... 98, 99, 102, 103, 109, 110, 155 80, 51, 101 Allen, Homer ...,.........................................,.................. 61 Allen, Nancy Moyer ..........................................., 68, 109 Alspach, Donn Edward ..,....... 98, 111, 120, 125, 149 80, 108 Anderson, Doris .............. ............,......,,.,...,...,,,..,, 8 8 Anderson, Patricia Ann ....... ...... 1 18, 30, 119 Anderson, Royal Howard ...,,,. . A.,............. 128 Andrews, Barbara Lou ....... ,....., .......... ..,........ 6 8 Andrews, Elsworth ...................................................... Andrews, George Walter ...............,,..,......,................. 61 Angeletti, Charles .......................... 61 111 113 141 Angus, Ethel .................... ,.,..,.......,.,.,.. 2 5, 118, 119 Ankrum, Donna Jean ..,....,. ,,..,,, ...................,,... 6 8 Annarino, Josephine ..,...... ......... 6 8, 109, 115 Armbruster, James ........ ............. 1 50, 151 Armentrout, Diana ..,.... .............,....... 8 8 Art, Rosemary ....,...... ....... ........... 7 6 Ashcraft, Burl ...... ..........,.,,.,....,... 8 4 Ashcraft, Ross ....,.... ...........,.............., 8 4 Asher, Constance ....... ....,.... 6 1, 110, 155 Asher, Sue Ann .....,,,..... Ault, Daniel Robert ....,...,.,.. ,........68, 109, 115 151, 30 B Bachelor, Jo Ann ...................... ,....... 1 00,112,155 Bachman, Jo Ann .,.....,...,........ ............ 6 1, 109 Bagent, Charles Edward ..... ,...,... 6 8, 146 Bagent, Esther ...,................. .............. 8 8 Baird, Ann ...................... ...,.,..... 8 8 Balding, Barbara Ann ........ ......... .61 Balding, David Webster ........ ..,..... 6 8, 113 Balding, Thomas .................... . ........., 80, 82 Ballenger, Harry Lee ....,.,.......,,.,.. ....... 6 1, 68 Ballinger, Thomas William .....,.,. .......,... 6 8 Baker, Jean Beverley ........,. ..,,,,,,,,,,., 7 6 Baker, Helen ,.,.......,.,..,........ .,..,......,,,,,, 7 6 Baker, Sarah ................,. .,....., 6 7, 113 Banks, Shirley ......... ....,,.,...,,, 8 4 Barcley, William ....,.... .,......,..... 8 4 Barber, James Emory ....... ........ 6 1, 121 Bare, Joan .,..,........,.....,.... ,,,,,,.,,,, 8 0 Barcus, Bonnie ................ .,...,..,.,.,, 8 8 Barcus, Norma Jean ....... ,,,,.,.,,,,,,, 3 0,119 Barcus, William ........... ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Barnes, Mary E. ,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 Barnes, Robert ,.,.,........,. .,,,,,..,, 6 1, 129, 151 Barrett, Don ...............,.....,,,......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 84 Barrett, Robert Lewis .,...........,...,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 61, 111 Barrick, Ann Elizabeth ,... 68, 102, 109, 112, 95, 97, 96 Baruxes, Chris ......,..,..,,...... ..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Baruxes, Helen .................,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1 Baughman, Carol Sue .,..,.... ,,,,,,,, 6 8, 115 Baughman, Lola ,,.............,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Baughman, Norma Jean ...... .,,,,,,..,,,,,,., 8 8 Baughman, Orville Leon ....,,,. .,....,,,,,,.,,,,, 1 00, 30 Baumgartner, James ............ ..,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 1, 152 Bay Harry Ernest ....,.,...... Beall, Jerrold Roger ............ 61, -02, 113, 121 112 Beaver, Merrill Kaye .,............,... 61, 103, 107, 109, Beardshear, Margaret Emily ..., 68, 105, 109, 112, 123 Beatty, Bebout, 95, 97, 96 Frank ........,.........,................................,...,.,.,,, 88 Lewis Herbert ......... Bebout, Ralph E ............,.,,. Bebout, Rose Ann ..,,,,.,,.,.. Bebout, Vlolet ,.......... Beck, Stewart ......,. Beckett, Thomas ......... Beckham, William ,,..... ........61, 115 .......80 .......88 Sergecmtis C ongratulates the Class of 1949 and wishes you everything that is good through- out your lives Exclusively at Sergeanfs CARLYLE JR. DRESSES 1V1ARY MU1-'FET JUNIORS SPORTLEIGH CoATS SEASON SKIPPER CoATS WOOLART COATS AND SUITS SWANSDOWN COATS AND SUITS SYD JUNIOR DRESSES MARION McCoY DRESSES LESLIE FAY DRESSES One Hundred Sixty-Three fl? 'au x ,,. J , I 9 ,-. 7 Y 4 WEALTH HERE AT HUIVIE One hundred years ago, back in 1849, the imagination of Americans was stirred by the discoveries of gold-fabulous wealth-in California. But, to the Newark community, something more significant was taking place. place. lt was the formal Organization Of the Public School System. Newark Schools and the people who so capably served them have contributed immeasurable wealth to a community . . . a state . . . a nation. lt is the wealth of knowledge, vision and imagination that pioneered new frontiers in commerce, industry, and the sciences. As a company that has drawn upon this reservoir of wealth, OWENS-CORN- ING F IBERGLAS CORPORATION takes this occasion to express its sincere wishes for the success Of the Newark Public Schools now entering a second century of un- broken service to the youth of this typically fine American community. F IBENROLAS -if Q ml FR if JA X I ' ,S l X ' ' R J fyglmffsl lg-Dxsg 4m YE A of 'X 4 V J' X f A B qfwiifd? gk N N I 1 x If! 'ry Q3 One Hundred Sixty-Four The 1948 Track Summcition Winning three dual meets and losing three, the Newark High School spikesters broke even with all comers during the spring of 1948. Losses were sustained against such power- houses as Mansfield, Columbus Central, and Marietta. On the other hand, Newark's cin- dermen flattened Columbus South, Columbus East, and Lancaster. The Harlowmen showed greater strength, however, in larger meets during the ,48 sea- son. The ,Cats won a triangular affair at Co- lumbus with Columbus West and Chillicothe. As larger events rolled around during the sea- son, the spikesters continued to show increas- ing power. The ,Cats earned an eleventh place in the Mansfield Relays, with eight points, a fourth in the Urichsville Relays, with 3135 points, a second in the Newark Re- lays, with 34 1X6 points, a second in the C.O.L. meet, with 8215 points, a first in the New Con- cord Relays, with 72 3X5 points, and a sec- ond in the Central Ohio District Meet, with 32 points. On the other hand, Hartman gar- nered a lone two points in the State Meet for the ,Cats. Fighting against a noticeable lack of inter- est on the part of otherwise avid athletic gourmands, the thinclads in Coach Paul Har- lowis aggregation showed superb team spirit. Outstanding men on the 1948 list were Don M. Smith, hurdler, who was chosen captain for the season because of his having earned the most points for his team, Richard Hart- man, pole vaulter, Gene Miller, distance man, Iohn Griffith, 440 runner, and Robert Mc- Vey, dash man. Excepting McVey, who was a sophomore, all the above-mentioned men were seniors in the Class of 1948. Other ,Cats who graduated were Wayne Moore, Dennis Branham, and William Reh- beck. Beckman, Carol Jean .,.,.... 61, 104, 109, 110, 112, 155 Beckman, John ........,...,,.,...............,,...........,......... 80, 82 Beeney, Juanita I .......,...,........ .,.,,.,,........ 1 00, 155, 30 Beery, Richard Lee .................,,.,....... 61, 111, 141, 148 Bcinhower, Rhyllis Jeanne ..,.,..............,,... 61, 113, 155 Belcher, Marie ...,....,........,,.......................,..,............,... Bclford, Alma ......,....,,.....,...........,...,.,..,.......,...,........ 80 Bell, Io Ann Rebecca ................ 112, 155, 30, 108, 101 Benner, Lester .,........,.... ,.,.,.........,,.,............,.......... 6 1 Benner, Richard L ........... Bennett, Dorothy Rae .....,. Betz, Richard Ralph ........ Bevard, Earl B .................... 129, so 147, 151 30 151, .......1l..31 31 Bieberbach, Lena Mae ...... ........... 1 18, Bincklcy, Margaret Louise ....... ........1.. 1 13, 31 Bingham, Donna Sue .,,,,.... ....,,.. 6 1, 112, 95 Birkey, Kathryn R. .,.,..,..,.. .........,.. 1 00, 31 Bishoff, Bernard Eugcnc ......, Black, Barbara A ..,........ Black, Charles ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, Black, Donald K .,,..., ........68, 146 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1949 and thank you, too J. A. De Vito Book Store 35 W. Church Street Phone 34191 Famous for . Triple-Dip Milk Shakes Creighton's Cupbocu rd 59 North Third Street One Hundicd Sixty Fivc Congratulations . . from lVIUELLEH'S Zi Where you may select as many gift portraits as you need, spending as little or as much as you choose for each. Portraits are the most appreciated of all gifts, and you will be proud to give yours to your friends, when they are made by lx1UELLER,S in the Arcade. C. A. TREXEL, Owner One Hundred Sixty-Six The l948-1949 Basketball Summottion With Iames McFarland the only veteran in the starting line-up, Newark High School Wildcats defeated the Alumni 40 to 33 dur- ing the afternoon of November 24 i11 the tra- ditional pre-season contest. The following Saturday evening, however, in the opening game of the regular season, Newark bowed to the Tigers of Columbus East 83 to 52. Not since 1989 had the Tigers defeated the Wild- cats. In fact, this was only the second de- feat of the Wildcats by the Tigers in a nine- teen-first-game series which began i11 1930. The next eight games presented a series of defeats for tl1e Wildcats. Columbus West, Cambridge, Bexley , Coshocton, Marietta, Middletown, Dayton Fairview, Lancaster - these teams conspired to romp gleefully over their formidable foe of previous years. The ,Cats were driven i11to a corner-or into the cellar-whe11 surprised Dover and Mt. V6l'1lO1l teams each lost their contests by two-point margins. From these victories the Douglas- men refused to be consistent losers. They lost the next game to Zanesville but avenged tlrelnselves on Cambridge. They took a drub- hing from Coshocton but kicked Marietta into the C.O.L. cellar. A tough Lancaster aggrega- tion had to strain to capture a three-poi11t decision from Newark. Then Dover avenged her earlier defeat at the hands of the 'Cats, but the unpredictable Douglasmen turn ed around and took their last three encounters of the reglar season-Cuyahoga Falls, Zanes- ville, Mt. Ver11on-in stride and by wide margins. 111 fact, the 74-to-47 defeat the ,Cats handed Mt. Vernon marked a second all-time high for scoring by Newark. Black, Kenneth .,,,.......,,,......,..,,,,,,,,..,..,.....,................. 80 Black, Mary Louise ...,.,. ,........ 1 09, 115, 31 Bline, James Boy .......... ................ 6 1, 99 Blizzard, Marcella ......... .................. 6 1 Block, Emil, Ir. ........,,..,, ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.... 3 1 Blowcrs, Beverly Ellen ........ ........ 6 1, 109, 110 Blowers, Conrad ............ ....................... 8 4 Blowers, David LeRoy... Bodkin, Wilda Gene ........ .......120, 129 ................68 Bodlc, William ..........,., ............. 3 1 Boell, Richard ....,.... . ......... 68 Boichan, George ..,..,,,..,, ..,,,..,,........... 8 4 Bonham Barbara A. .......... ...................... . Bonham, Barbara Joyce ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18, 31 Bonham, Barbara Lee ,,,,., ,,,,,,.,, 3 1, 118, 108 Bonham, Ernest ...,......,......... ,,,..,,,,,,,,.......,.. 8 0 Bonham, Mary Florence .,,.. .,.,....,,.... 6 1, 12:2 Boring, Mary Jane .............. .......................... 8 8 Bosscawen, Don Lloyd ........ ......... 6 1, 111, 147 Boswell, Billie Louise ........ ......,................ 6 1 Bounds, D. Charles ......., .................... 3 1 Bounds, Monford ,.....,,. ......... 8 8 Bowden, jerry ....,..,,,,.,.. ......... 5 2 Bowden, Nina ,,,,,,,,,,,,........ ,...,.,.. 8 4 Bowman, Eugene Dan ......,., ......... 6 8 Bownam, Marguerite Arlene ,,,,,.,..,.,...,,.,..,..,.,..,..,,,... 68 Boyer, Mary ..........................,...,,...,.,,....................... 155 Boyd, Florence E. ,....,,,.,.,...,,..,,......,.......................,.. 22 Boyd, Frew C ...,............. 18, 55, 54, 102, 106, 125, 11 , ' . I I I 3 . . . PRINTERS my nf-was A v19UBLlSI-IERS' A Nf,wARK,oH,o Printing That Pleases 1715 VVest Main Street Compliments of F. J. KRESS Box Company Corrugated Shipping Containers One Hundred Sixty-Seven Compliments to the Closs of T949 The NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION E. A. Bryan Motor Co. Spollu 81 Morin, Inc. Curran Motor Co. Phalen 61 Cunningham Co. 1 Newark Motor Sales Co. Frank L. Elliott Motors, A. P. Hess Co. If : Db: Ray Merchant Motors F. M. Rugg Motor Sales Siegle Motor Sales DeCola Motor Sales Walker Sz Battat Motors Inc. Park Motor Sales, Inc. Cochran Motor Sales Gibbs Motor Sales drcd Sixty-Eigl t By tournament time most Newark followers were ready to concede a first-game curtain for the ,Cats, but the Felines snapped back and took a one-point, 45-to-44 contest from a surprised Columbus North ensemble. By all odds Columbus East was to have the next game, but the Douglasmen pulled the rug out from under the dopestcrs to be avenged for the defeat at the beginning of the regular season-this time 38 to 37. Championship fe- ver began to rise in Newark. Next Newark took Columbus Linden-McKinley in stride 51 to 37. By now carloads of enthusiastic fans were trekking to the Coliseum at the Fair Ground in Columbus. But all good things seem to end: Columbus Central, slated to win the state, exerted itself to take a crucial game from the Douglasmen 34 to 37. Newark was ahead during most of the game but lost the contest in the last stanza. The Felines bowed out of tournament play by dropping the con- solation game to Columbus Aquinas 32 to 42. fContinuedJ Boyd, Joann Lucille. .................,................. 61, 103, 109 Boyer, Helen M ................. ....... .........,............ Boyer, Mary ......................... ............... Boylan, Mildred Esther ........... ..............,.,.. 6 8 Braddock, 11clcn Louise .......... ......... 6 8, 115 Bradford, Donald .........,,,... ................... 8 8 Bradford, Gene ....................... ...................... 8 8 Bradley, 1Iarvey Edward ......... ................,........ 7 6 Bradshaw, Charles ................. ....,... 6 8, 105, 146 Bradshaw, Theodore .......... ..,....,.............. 8 0 Bragg, Alice Ann ......... .....,.. 1 13, 31, 101 Bragg, Harry ...........,....... .........,..,,............. 1 14 Bragg, Mrs. Harry ...,..... .............................. 1 14 Braid, Mary Ann ......... ................,,........ 6 1, 112 Braid, Phyllis Jean ....... ......... 6 8, 109, 112, 115 Branharn, Dennis ......,..,. .............................. 1 41 Brannon, Shirley Ann ............. ............................. 6 1 Bransconie, Nancy .....,....,....................................,...... 52 Branscome, Rachard Vincent ...................................... 68 Bratfisch, Hilda Ann .................... 98, 107, 110, 112, 32 Brecht, Marjorie Jo ........ ...........,........... 1 55, 32 Brehm, Lois .,..............,,,.,, .........,..... 8 8 Bringarden, Clare .....,......... ..............,,...,..,,........... 8 4 Bringardner, Joan Ruth ,............,.,....,,...........,,. 61, 113 Brohard, John C .,..,.......,....,,.....,,,..,,,,,,,,,.......,,..,,..,,,. 76 Brookover, Barbara Lee ,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 61, 94, 109, 112, 121 Brooks, Carol Jean .......... ....... 1 00, 110, 112, 122, 32 Brooks Jean Irene .,..... .,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,.....,,....,,,,,,, 6 8 Brooks Jo Ann ............... ....,,..........,.....,...,........ 8 4 Brooks Marilyn Jean ......... .....,,.. 6 8, 102, 105, 109 Brown, Barbara Lee .............,..,................,,,...,,, 68, 113 Brown, Joyce ...,....,.,..,....,......,....,,.,,.,,.............,.,,,...... 80 Brown, Marilyn Bose..98 103, 110, 124, 155, 32, 108 Brown, Mildred Jean .......,...................,...... 61, 109, 112 Brown, Murel .,.......,.,....,..,,,.,,........,...,,,....,...,...., 120, 32 Brown, Reola D .......... ......... 1 18, 32 Brown, Ronald ......... ............... 7 6 Brown, Richard S ..,......, ......... 3 2 Brown, Ronald ..................,.. ..... Brown, S. Frank ....................... ......... 6 8 Brownfield, Harley Dwight ........ ......... 6 8 Brownfield, Lois Ann ............... ......... 6 8 Bllckey, Joanne ,,..,..,.., ............... 8 8 Burgess, Joan E .,,,...,,,,,., ....... 1 22, Burgess, Wilma Jean ,,,,,,,, ............ 6 8 Burke, Betty Ruth ,,,,,,. ,..,...,. Burns, H. Robert .,,.... ......... 3 2 PACEMAKERS FOR SMART AMERICA WW' garlwf 'Fl 4 w kd., ka R f . x X I X ,ff X 7 ER I CLOTH E rn x Z aw Z 2 H E rn Compliments of Spalding Form Center, Inc. 600 West Church Street NEWARK, OHIO One Hundred Sixty-Nine Congratulations from HUWAHD STUDIU , the home ot Portraits with Personality For the first time in many seasons, New- ark placed no one on the All-Central Ohio League teams. Iames MacFarland and George W-oolard, guard and center respectively, earned honorable mention by the league sports writers. fContinuedJ Burns, Helen ..........................--....----------------------- ------- 8 4 Burt, Maurice W .......................,. 98, 111, 151, 32, 108 Butler, Jimmie .........v......................----.-----.----------- --,--- 6 1 Butler, Joyce ,.,............. 61, 99, 102, 103, 106, 107, 110 Butler, La Verne ....................,........-.---,----------,-,---- --,--- 6 1 Butler, Mary Elizabeth ....,........,.,.........-...-.--------- ------ 3 2 Butt, Meryleen ................... .......,.----------,---,---------- 8 8 Butt, Wilma ......................... ........ 6 1, 109, 110, 155 Buxton, Charles Fred ............ ........---.------------------- 6 1 Buxton, jerry ............................ -----,------------,-------- 8 0 Cain, Donnalea .......................... ---------- 5 8 Callowa James M .....,......... ------,------------- 6 8 Y, Campbell, jane .......... Campbell, Larry Lee ,..,.. .........68, 146, 147 Campbell, Royal .................... ........---.--------,-,--,------ - -80 Campbell, Wayne Allen .................................- .-.--------- 6 8 Campolo, Eugene ...................................... ......--..-------- 7 6 Canter, Charlene .............. 109, 112, 155, 95 Carlise, Io Ann ........ Carlo, Joe ...,....,............. Carpenter, Ellen ............. Carpenter, Julia Marie.,. Carr, Betty .,.................., Carson, Ann Barbara ....,.... Carson, Charles Robert ......... Carson, James ................... Carson, Roger ..,,.............. Carter, Barbara ....... Carter, Clara ....... Carter, Fred ,......,. Carter, Leroy ......,.. Cartnal, John ,..,...... Cartnal, Nancy ......... Cash, Robert ................ Castle, Elsie Janice ,........ Castle, Ronald ............ ........155 ..........80, 82 ........ ..6l ..80 61, 125, 147, 151 115 ........68, Cass Wayne .................... ..........-...-------,,--- ----- 8 8 Cates, Robert .... ................... ........ 6 1 , 102, 107, 112 Chaney, Allen Thomas ........ .....,...,.......------------ - -58 Chaney, Clyde ................. ................-..-.---, 1 14 Chaney, Mrs. C. L. ........ ..................------- 1 14 Chaney, Ralph Crile ........... ......... 1 13, 32, 108 Chaney, Robert .................... Chaney, Walter Charles... Chaney, Channel Chapma Chappel Chattert Chesser, Citrone, Claggett, William Richard .......,. l, Dale Edwin .......... n, Don .....,...,......... ear, Findley ......... on, Richard ............ Ferrell Conrad ........ Clark, Harold Richard ..,. Fred Rale ............,... Lewis Edmond .....,,... Clark, Patricia Ann ............ ,,,,,,,,.,,,68, 105 ........120, 33 68 61 80 .,.....84 .....,.68 .......61 96 ........,.68, Clark, Richard ............ ........------ Clark, Sonia ..................., ................................ 1 13 Clem, Lionel ..................... ................................-.--- - 88 Cleming, Emma Jean ............................,...................-. 80 Clifton, Edgar Paul .......... ....... 6 1, 102, 103, 104, 120 Cline, Eddie Gene .......... .........................,...--------- 5 1 Cline, Thomas E .....,,......... ..,...................,.......-------- 7 6 Cochlan, Iames Burkey .....................,........ 68, 99, 146 Cochran, Carol Lee ,,,........,..,....... 61, 99, 109, 112, 95 Cochran, Darlene Leola .............,..............,..........., -.... 6 8 Cochran, Elizabeth Ann... 110, 112, 121, 33 Cochran, Georgiana ,,,,.,,,, .....,........,,.,........,..,, 8 0 Cochran, Myrtle .,........,....,.. ........,.,.,.......,.,.... 6 1 Cochran, Phillip Lane ...,.......... ------- 6 5 Cochran, Robert Wilson ...,...... ....... 6 1 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Sponsored by Business Men Summer Term Opens June 6, 1949 Fall Term Opens September 12, 1949 2 Terms of 6 Weeks Each in BEGINNING TYPINC Phone 2092 Congratulations and Best Wishes to The Class of '49 THE BURCH GIFT SHOP One Hundred Seventy-One F- .. :1:- x f--.. . . . . y -.-c-Z-!E:g:g:g.,"g. 2 -, ,:Q.5.Q'1:E:5:1 -.15 gg X x s Q V '72f5251:2:2f:1:'. 2-. 'NJ-I:1:C:f'-1:41. A-V111-. .2:g' E5255?s2zgsgzgzgsg2g:,.S:::X Nakfrf-A-235121 N .iigzyl 3 I,:...4 1: EZIA iii? I iv "" M 52:1i2f12:efz32EE5333i3:E:F i 4'L: I :1,.. ,Qc " "'- I S I e fb? SSSIS ' Q G Fl. f Riu X MD is .---A X ' YS ,L iff f lj! If X -.....A... gil' X 'A I if I .5 E' "4' ' XX gi X Aii. "" ""' .fi -we in , In '::" ZZLZ: I :A 1 The Young Mcm's Sfore CLOTHES In Style - In Policy - In Spirit FURNISHINGS . . SHOES ...HATS... The ROE EMERSON Store Value - Service - Courtesy - Since 1887 11 South West Side Square One Hundred Seventy-TWO 33 1 ln an address before the junior Chamber ot Commerce on Decmber 30, 1948, Coach Douglas attributed Newarkis comparatively poor season to lack of material and lack of trai11i11g i11 junior high school during the war years. Furthermore, he stated, gylT111tlS1lllHS i11 the junior l1igh schools are 11Ot as accessible as they once were because of social events and intramural sports. And, he concluded, nothing has been added to the system of traini11g and developing basketball players in Newark since the current plan was adopted in 1930. Aggregate of these points is that New- ark will no longer dominate the C.O.L., a fact which may have saved the league from liquidation during the winter. lContinuetD Cochran, Roland Dean ................ Cochran, Sallie ................,. .... Cochran, Susan ....,....,... Cole, Eugenia Lee ....,...,Y.., ........ .33 109 76 Cole, Herbert Duane ........ ...,,f.....,,.. Cole, Katherine Jean ....... ,........,..... 3 3 Coleman, Gladys .....,.......... ....,..,.........., 6 2 Coleman, William .,.,............. ......... 1 28, 33 Collet, George Edward ........ ......... 6 2, 151 Collins, Delores ................ .............., 8 0 Conn, William ....,......,... .........,.. 8 0 Connelly, Walter ..... ......... 7 6 Conner. jack .,.....,.... ..,...,.,... 6 2 Conrad, Hubert ...... ..........,.... 6 0 Conrad, Stacy .............. ...............,................,,.... 1 6, 55 Cook, Wade ..............................,......................... 68, 113 Cooksey, Lois ........................................................,... 33 Cooperrider, Jessie Mae..98, 103, 110, 112, 155, 33, 96 Cooperrider, Paul E .........,..,.,.,,..........,............,........... 76 Cornell, Nancy Adelpha .........................,.........,.......,,. 68 Couden, Richard ,.,,..,,...... ............, 1 51 Courson, Betty Jane ....... .......... 6 2, 113 Cowles, Paul .,........... ............... 8 0 Cox, Lester .........,.. .....................,...,....................... 8 7 Cox, Stewart ..............................................,........... 16, 55 Coyle, Donald ....,,,.......,...............,......,.............. 62, 120 Coyle, James Franklin..98, 102, 103, 107, 1206 125, 33 Coyle, Mrs ...,...........................,.....,...................,......... 11 Coyle, Shirley Jean ....,................... 62 109, 112, 122 Craig, Charles .,................... .....,,.................... 6 2, 140 Craig, Frank Harry ......,.........., .................... 6 8, 147 Cramer, Charles Clarence .,..,..... ..,..... 1 29, 140, 152 Cramer, Frederick Walter .........,...,...,..,........... 62, 151 Crane, Ralph Edwin ................. ............,...,............... 6 2 Crane, Richard ..................,......,................,,..........,.,. 76 Crawford, Carloyn E ..,...... 94, 98, 102, 107, 110, 125 101 Crawford, Ruth ....,.......... ......,... Crego, Carolyn Ruth ........ Creighton, David .,,,.,.. Creighton, Elaine .,....,. Crilly, Bertha L. .......... . Crist, Barbara Ioan .,..... Cromer, James J. .... . Crothers, Eva .......... Crowthers, Evert ....... Crothers, Ruth ..,............ Crouch, Kenneth ................ Cullison, Byron Gordon .,.,.... Cullison, Quentin .,.......... Cunningham, July ....,..,. Cunningham, Robert ........... Cupps, Juanita .,....................... D Dague, Martha Mae ,............... Danley, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,........ Darkes, Nancy jane ,,,,,,,,., Darling, Dorothy Lo11ise .......,.. 33, 109, 110 ....,....69, 115 155 a Congratulations Bounds 8. Von Wey Funeral Home Phone 2081 Our Congratulations and Best Wishes TO THE CLASS OF 749V fl GLASTCN BU RY KRALL INC. 141 Wilson Street Phone 4524 One Hundred Seventy-Three WHlTE'S STUDIO Q3 A Good Photog ro ph is with you olwoys Phone 4465 For Appointment Seniors who retired from service for New- ark High School were James McFarland, captain, Robert Ka11e, William Coleman, Rich- captain, Robert Kane, William Coleman, Rich- ard Johnston, Richard Davis, and George Woolard. Boys available for duty next year are James Bline, Richard F leitz, Robert Stev- ens, James Shields, Gene Watson, and John Cartnal. Manager this year was William Miller. CConcludedJ Darnes, Gail Leroy ........ .......,................................... 6 9 Davidson, Dorothy .,,... .........,......,....................... 3 3 Davidson, Eloise ......... ....... 9 3, 107, 110, 112, 33 Davis Bobby V .......... ..........,.,............. 1 15, 152 Davis Freda ..........,..... ............................... 1 55 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Hallie Louise ....... Jack Richard ............. Kenneth Eugene ....... Mable Ellen ........,.. Richard Paul ........ , Dawson, Alice Mae .......... Dean, Betty Lou ........... Decker, Barbara Lou ........ .... Deeds Charles ......,.... 119 113 ...,.,.147, 34 ......,100, 34 ...,.,.69, 115 119 Deeds, Marilyn June ............ 98 107, 110, 112, 34, 95 Deeds, Richard Edward .................................... 62, 128 Delancey, Betty Lou ............... ....... ....... 6 2 , 122 Delancey, Robert .............. ...,... 1 28, 34 Delancey, Tom ............ Dell, Doctor, G. W .....,. DeMent, Audrey ......., Denner, James, .,,........... Denner, Patricia .............. , Dennis, Charles Downs ........ Dennis, Jack ................... Dennison, Andy ............. Desgrange, Robert ,...... ,. Dial, Jacqueline ..,..... Dial, John ............... Di Blasio, John ...,...,......... Di Blasio, Wilbur ................ Dickerson, Fern Virginia ...... Dickerson, T. Edwyn ....... .. Dickey, Peggy .......,..,..,..... Dickinson, Addison ..........., Dickinson, Richard B ....,.... Diller, Shirley Jeannete ....... Dlllehay, Edwin A ...,..,........,., Dillon, George Frederick ........ Dillon, Ruth Ellen .............. DlSl10H, James .1 ,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,, Dispennett, Carol June ......,.., Ditter, Bernard Russell ....... Ditter, Marlene .,.,..,,,....... Dodson, Eleanor, L ....... Dodson, Fred ,.,.,.,,,,,. Dodson, Robert ....,... Doll, Ronald Lee .......... Dollison, Don .......... Donaldson, Donald ..... Donaldson, Kathleen ......... Dobbs, Kenneth ,........ .......,..,..84 ......16, 55 .....,,...88 .,,.,...69, 146, 96 .......129, 34 ..,...,20, 121 ,............84 84 69 34 ..........34 ...,,..,107, 34, 108 ..............69, 113 ......,...so ...........69, 152 155 .,....,99, 110, 34 .......39 .........62, 110, 155 Dorn, Helen P ....,...,.., ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 123 Dornbier, B. W .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 1 6, 55 Dotson, Robert .......... ,.,,,....,...,.,,,,.,,,..,,,,. Douglas, Maxwell .......... ............... 2 1, 147, 149 Drake, Joyce Ann .........,... ......... 6 2, 109, 155, 96 Drumm, Bonnie Jo Ann ,... .,....,,..,,.,,,,,,,, 69, 115 Dudley, Charles ................ ...............,............... 6 2, 113 Dupler, Edgar ,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,....,.....,.,.,.,.,..,...,,,,..,....,.,,,,,,, 62 DUp16r, Margaret Ann ..,......... 69, 109, 112, 95, 97, 96 Dupler, Philip ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62, 113 Dunaway, Don Wayland ,,,.....,,.,,,.......................,....,. 76 Dunlap, Jo Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Dutcher, Blanche L, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 2, 113 Compliments of McCANN'S BODY SHOP Telephone 2014 Congratulations From Helen Vogelmeier's 10 Arcade One Hundred Seventy-Five Your Appearance Is Our Business' N etrleton Shoes Van Heuseu Shirts Lamb-Knit Sweaters . South Park Place In Newark -Is the place lo go for the brands you KNUW! Stetson Hats Hickok Belts and Jewelry Nana Neckwear Congratulations to Class of 1949 HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER 81 MARX CLOTHES ty-Six 1948 Footlocrll Sumrnotion The Newark High School Wildcats of Ray- mond Schick presented the cityis avid athletic enthusiasts with one of the most spectacular seasons in local football history. De pro- fundis ad locos editos could well describe the difference between the 1947 and 1948 seasons. The 148 record was an achievement few had anticipated. fflontinuedj Dutcher, Mrs. H. R ...... ........ . .. ....... .114 Dush, William ......,................. .......... 8 0 E Earls, Dolores Elaine ........... Echols, Elnore .................... ......... . 84 Eckert, Charles A ......... .............................. 2 0 Eddy, Willard .................... ...............................,. Edris, Marilyn .................................... 62, 109, 112, 123 Edwards, Dorothy Mae .............................................. 62 Edwards, Paul B. ..........,....................,........ 17, 55, 125 Egli, Mary Lou .....,...................,......................,..... 99, 35 Eifinger, Betty Lou ....,...,...,... 98, 99, 107, 110, 35, 95 Eisert, Dawn .............................................................. 84 Ellis, Gretchen Louise ....................,.........,....,.... 113, 35 Ellis, Phyllis ..................... ...................i 8 8 Ellis, Richard Eugene .,... ...................,...... 6 9 Elmore, Frances ...........,. ......... 6 2, 109, 155 Embrey, M. Jane ........... ....l.... 6 9, 109, 115 Eriksen, Stanley R ......... ................. 9 8, 120, 35 Erwin, Betty May ........ .................l...........,...,.. 7 6 Erwin, Robert I. ,,........... .......A................................ 6 2 Eshelman, Mary Ellen ................ 98, 107, 110, 112, 35 Evans, Carol Sue ........................................ 62, 113, 121 Evans, Don Alan..98, 102, 103, 104, 106, 35, 108, 101 Evans, Martha Agnes ......,...........l............................... 62 Evans, Virginia ........................ ....,.......... 8 0, 82 F Farley, Charlott Ann .............. .......... 6 9 Farley, Clarice Ethelyn .......... .......... 3 2 Farley, Thelma ................... Farmer, Bernard Junior ..,.... Farmer, Jean ................... Farmer, Shirley .,... Fatig, Nancy ......... Felumlee, Janet ........ Felumlee, Nancy .......... Fernow, Frederick ........... Feuerriegel, Richard ....... Field, Richard Lee ........ Fiest, Joseph W .......... ...HEEQQBQI47 ......,...84 Finckel, Ben ........... .......... 6 2 Fish, Fontaine ...,....... ..,.....,. 8 8 Fish, William ............,.,. ............. 6 2 Fisher, Donna Mae ........ .., .........,... 69 Fisher, Janice ................. .....,.., 8 0, 82 Fisher, Ruth ..................... ............. 5 2 Fitzgibbon, John E. .......... ...............................,.... 6 9 Flannigan, Janice Carol ...................................... 62, 110 Flannigan, Paul M ..................... 98, 102, 120, 35, 101 Fleitz, Richard Allyn ......... ....,............. 6 2, 128, 141 Fleming, Edith ......... ...,...............,... 7 9 Fletcher, Iulia ........... .....,.,........... 7 6 Fletcher, Faith ,.... ......,.. 3 5 Fletcher, Sally ........... ....,.,.,. 8 8 Flowers, Ellen ........... ..........,.. 6 2 Flowers, Paul Eugene ....... ....... 6 2, 129 Fluharty, Marilyn ........ ............. 6 2 Foite, Carol Jean ..,........... ....... 6 2, 113 Foote, Ronald Charles .......... .......... 6 9, 146 Forbes, Mrs. .,,,,,,,,,.,........ . Forbes, Salley Lou ......... Ford, Barbara Ann ......,.... Forsythe, Estella Mae ,.....,.. Foster, June E ..,......,,,,....,, .......no, 35, 96 ......,69, 113 NGRTH PARK FARM DAIRY "Home of Quality Dairy Productsv Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1949 Phone 47344 or 42851 Congratulations To All High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE CARl.ll.E'S Furniture ond Rug Co. N ewarkis Dependable Home Furnishers West Main at Arcade Newark, Ohio One Hundred Seventy-Seven r"N 2 KK' 1 ,. CVQN, Xp. if Nag , X Wgsssxzv' 1.-i , 3 N !E j -L, ,Q '. 1 fr N gpg A gg ll I... E PHOTKHNGMVVNG 'ff I ,Y i' . A V, : . ,N NEWSPAPERS-SCHOOLS CATALOGS-INDUSTRY S-.xx-v Y. . 42 SOUTH FIRST STREET NEWARK OHIO WNGHAVIN9 W . W 918 1 . .vzli -f' f VT 12- ljiii? gg? l ., L Ev 'QX If 1?-' g , f 1 ',2 g i f,w 1 ."' - - 9 ,921 x t? Q XM 0 X ' F "" '1 ,-:: x5 Muff, AQ Ei "W, f Q. . ' f 49 .yfg ,- Q M2??i?g xxx .QX aww .NNQM f Z , ah! 1 S f fgdg Ik ,J , af Vi Z EA if ?- ef.. , ai ,jiggifwm gsw, CJ, lf' v , M, I 5 A 'fr' 4 1 XX N M f X 1 V ' ,f H4 X X4 MQ X R ., THE NEWARK ENGRAv1NQg, C0.,Q NE'W ARK g OHIO One Hundred Seventy-Eight After playing two pre-season contests at White Field, a 7-to-7 tie with the Polar Bears of Columbus North and a 19-to-0 defeat of the Cowboys of Columbus West, Newark be- gan a nine- ame schedule on September 17 by lashing tie Raiders of Norwalk 27 to 13. Blasting the know-all of the dopesters-in an autumn which proved later to be an open sea- son on dopesters and pollsters-the underdog 'Cats held the powerful Middletown Middies to a 13-to-13 tie. This contest boosted New- Cffontinuedj Fox, Agnes R. .,... ' ......,...... ...... ............Y. . Fox, Glen Eugene ........... .....,... 6 2, 113 Fox, Gloria ...,..............,..v,.. ............. 1 55 Francis Charles Albert ....,., ........,,. 6 9 Francis Doris ..,......... ............... 8 4 Francis, Eugene ...,...... ..............,... 8 4 Francis, Nancy Ann ...., ......... 6 9, 113 Francis, Tom Herbert.. ....1........ .. Franga, Milan ...,........... ............... 6 9 Franklin, jo Ann ....,,,...... .,....... 6 2, 155 Franks, M. Geraldine.. Frazier, Helen J. ....... , Frcas, Harold ...............,. Fredritz, Barbara Ann. French, Loren ............ Freshour, Harold ........ Frey, Alice Mae ............ Frey, Carol lean .............. Frey, Frances Pauline Frey, Helen ..................... Frishoun, Harold ........ Frye, Robert G. ......... . 95, 97 " 113 1 .........69, 115 80 Fulks, Mary Virginia... .,,....,. 69, 109 Fulks, Paul ................,. ............... 8 2 Fulton, Richard .......... ......, ............ 8 0 Gamble, Marilyn Rose ......, ....... 6 2, 109, 112 Gardner, Annabel ...... .......................... 6 9 Gardner, Richard ........ .......................... 8 4 Garrett, Lola ........... .......................,., 6 2 Gatrell, Ioan C. ....... 110, 124, 155, 36 Gatrell, Larry Lee ....... .............. 1 28 151, 36 Gaydos, Harry ......... .........,...,.,.......,., 3 6 Gayheart, Hollie ....... ......,...,.....,,....,,,. 6 2 Gelfer, Karl I. ..............,. ,.....,.. 6 9, 112, 95, 97 Geller, Dorothy Irene. . ................... 69, 109 George, George M. ......... 36, 101 George, Johnny .,........,.,... Gibbs, Charles I. .........,... , Gibbs, Genevieve Hilah ,.......... ....... 113 36 100, a Gienger, YVilliam Howard ......, .,,,..,.............,. 3 6 Gilliam, James Lee .....,....,..,... H, ,,,,,, 86, 108 Glasmeier, Robert Morris .... .............., 6 9 Gonser, William .,..........,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 6 Good, Io Ann .,.,..,.......,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, T 6 Goodin, Robert Orr ,,...,.,.......,...............,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 62 Goss, Gail ....,....................................... 62, 120, 141, 152 Grandstaff, Mary Lou ........ 98, 102, 109, 110, 112, 125 36, 101 Gray, Kenneth R. ....... ...,,.......,,.,..........,,.,.,,,,, 6 Q, 113 Green, James Ted ........ ....,..,,,,,,,, 6 2 Griffith, John G. .,.... ....... 1 40, 144 Grigsby, Donald ........ ............................,......... 6 9 Grigsby, Paul Leroy ,,..... ......,..,.......,,.,.,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 Grider, F. Jean .......................... 62, 109, 110, 112, 155 Grimes, Daniel Neil ................................,,,.,,...,...,,,,. 69 Grimm, Mary Evelyn .,...................,.,,.,,.,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62 Creve, Janice R .............,........... 63, 107, 109, 110, 112 Gutridge, Don Eugene ...................................,,..,....,... 63 Gutridge, Joe William .........,..............,,.,.,.,..,.....,,,,,,,, S6 II Haas, Jean F ....... .,..... 9 8, 104, 107, 110, 112, SG, 95 Wfhizzer Sales and Service Bicycle Supplies Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle Gans, Ammunition Models A N D E RSO N 'S SERVICE sToRE 11 North Fourth Street Opposite Fire Dept. : mix 'Nts x 4 . I". , one 1 5 G . ' B1 jing 1 y You re Always , ' . Welcome at A KING S 1 . 1 "S -19 -4 1, 1 gf? , Y 1 N ' 5 F Sd n H , la, 4 ll XXQ or mi just Looking 1 f IZ gene., , N I K I I A r- 1 " 1 if V f -Tl EGjf1Q: A 4'Fa1nous For Famous Labelsv One Hundred Seventy-Nine ,ymfyz ,.:.::::::::::Qz5:15f"! ,,::p N h ' ' ' ' .. : 'V" ' .. 3353322 , 'Z' l g- 3252331125232gags? 1 .5g2'?i?9255fiiff,, - 95 -Q A.,Q,., ..A,.. , A ...,A,A 1 .,.,A,,,.,., 3 9' ' a is 3 M My 2, fx xx givw 4, Q . x Q Y' we. ' , N :gf x, W 3 5 12 gal ? , 2 ,- Q? X '9 W- K X ry W 3 3 . ..., Y A.,. Q,W , Q --.1. K ,E ..b. , , f My V11 ifgiiiiiiiiii e 1-1-e:5:'-A - x v ,,.... Q ,,j,,,..wssQ F, , I, . "', .,.' NUS ., ,, . , ,,.. H dflfl The Home of Fcwored Name Brand Qualities CUNERATULATIUNS .4 ,, -fm' ...-TQ? x u ' , S- J .. ..l. 4.,, ,, , ,, 'W ifffftf. 0 B ai 3 - ass 0 1 1QvI1 Lw5FMrQH IfQ1R : H 41 My if One Hundred Eighty arkis rating in the state radically. In the third contest at Marietta, the ,Cats smothered the helpless Tigers 45 to 0. Moving to Zanesville the following week, the Wildcats squeezed out a 6-to-0 victory over the dangerous Blue Devils on a muddy gridiron. Back at VVhite Field the following Friday, Newark downed a determined Crimson Tornado team from Dov- er 24 to 14. The next game was the most crucial of the season, but at Lancaster, the Cflontinuedj Haas, Paul Frederick ........... ....... ........ 6 9 , 146 Hackney, Dwight ....... ,............. 5 2 Haga, Howard .....v....... ...........................,............ 6 2 Hageman, Robert .....,.,.. ....,.,.............................. 8 0, 82 Haines, Nancy ............,., ........ 1 02, 104, 110, 112, 96 Halblaub, Melvin ........., ........,................................ 8 4 Halblaub, Verna ...........,.... ....................,................ 6 2 Halbrooks, Patricia Ann ........ ........ 6 2, 109 Hale, Cynthia .....................,...,.....,.........,.................. Hale, Jack R. .,...,.,..,,...,,....,......,.....,..,...,..........i......... 23 Hale, Mary Ann ,... 94, 98, 102, 107, 110, 112, 36, 51 101 Haley, Carol L ............. 98, 100, 109, 110, 112, 36, 95 76 Hall, Donald L. ......................................................... . Hall, Frances Aileen ,....,....,......................................... 69 Hall, Mamie ........,........ ....................................,....... 8 8 Hall, Mary Ann ...,....,. ....,.... 6 3 102 109 110 119 Hall, Richard ........ Hamilton, Rhoda ..... Hammond, Edward ..,.. Hand, ,Tayne Ann ....,.... ................,.... 1 10, 37 Handel, Don .................. ...,,..,.,..............,.....,.., 8 8 Handel, Larry Lester .,..... ......,.. 9 8, 151, 37, 108 Hanes, Roger .,,..,..,,....,.,. ,..,.,,,,,.,...,,,....,.....,. 8 8 Hannahs, Wilma F .,,,,,,,,..,, ,..,,.,..,,.,..,,,,,,,,,.,, 6 3 Hanners, George William .........,......,........................... 69 Harbit, Keith B .........,...............,....,,,,,....,..... 98, 37, 108 Harding, Jack Edward .......... 98, 120, 140, 37, 108, 96 Harding, Mrs .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11 Harlow, Paul .......,......... Harmon, Annamae ..,.., Harmon, Charlotte ..... Harmon, Harlan ...... Harmon, Jean ........ .......20, 141, 146, 148 102 155 Harper, Donna ...... ,.,,.,.,.,,,,.,,...,,,,,,.,,, Harris, Anna Lou ....... ........ 6 3, 109, 110, 112 Harris, Chloe ....,.,..,,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 55 Harris, Inez Mae ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Harris, James Richard ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., 6 9, 115 Harris, Ronald R ..,.,,,,,,,., ,.,,,,.,,,,,,, Harris Virgil ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 8 4 Harris Oren Stanley ...,.,. ,,,,,,,, 6 9, 115 Harris Robert .....,,,.,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Harris Ronald ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 6 Harris Mrs. Thelma N .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 6 Hart, Jack A ...,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 Hart, Patricia Ann .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 9, 113 Hart, Mr. R. E .,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Hart, Mrs. R. E. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 113 Harter, Ned Eugene ....... ........69, Hartman, Nancy jean ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Hartman, Richard ,,,.,..,..,,, ,,,,,, 1 41, 144 Hartsough, James F ..,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Hay, Walter ........,......... ..,.,........., 1 11, 37 Hayes, Frederick L. .... ....,...,, 6 3, 113, 121 Hayes, Richard ........... .,...,...,...,.. ..,.,,.. Hayman, Florence ......... ..,..,,.,..........., 6 3 Haynes, Eugene ......... ,....... 6 3, 151 Headlee, Letha ........,.... Heatwolc, Donald .......... Heckleman, E. H. ..,...... . ..,..,...151 ..... 175 Heilll, Franklin VVillia1n ...,.., .,,.,..,,,. 6 9 Heisey, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,i 8 0, 82 Helrnan, Ronald P, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 9, 112 Helms, Darlene June ,.,,,,, ..,,,... 6 9, 109 The SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive TH One Hundred Eighty-One Complimenfs fo'rI1e Graduating Class of T949 I CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc Wildcats broke the first-place tie in the C.O.L. by defeating the Colden Cales 17 to 0 and thereby planted themselves indisputably at the top of the league pile. The following Thursday, the ,Cats shattered the jinx at Co- shocton by coming out at the long end of a 14-to-6 score. The following week at XVhite Field, Newark gained revenge on Mt. Vernon by trouncing the Yellow Jackets 24 to 0 on an oozy, slimy Held. Despite much rain, 7,514 fans watched the clash, the largest gathering ever to witness a football contest at White Field. On Thursday afternoon, November 11, Newark tapered off its exciting season in an unexciting trimming of the Cambridge Bob- cats 40 to 0. fContinuedj Helphrey, Jim Lee .,..... .......f,.--f---------V-- 3 7 Helser, Mildred ............... f--,--, 5 2, 109, 112 Henderson, Roy ............,... V-,-,---------Y------- 8 8 Hendren, Richard O ......... -------'.---------- 5 9 Henry, Elizabeth ,..,.,.,...... Henry, Willianm Howard.. Hess, Joyce Ann ................. Hickman, Harold ..,........... Hideg, Louis Donald ,......, Hill, Dorothy Louise .,..,.. ..,......so .,Qfiis,i's7 76 Hindman, Craig .,......... ...............,....f.,Y. Hines, Calvert Melton ........ .r,..... 1 13, 140, 37 Hines, Doris Jean .,.......... ...........,. 7 0, 113 Hitchcock, Betty Ann .....,.. ........,..,,.,.... 7 0 Hitchcock, Bill ................... .........,,, 5 3 Hitchcock, Flora Virginia ................,.,............,,,......A- 70 Hitchcock, John ......,,,..,...,....................................,.,... 63 Hitchcock, Marilyn Louise ........ 70, 102, 109, 112, 95 Hobbs, Nancy ....,..,............ Hobson, Brenna Lee .......,,. Hoffer, James Rodney ,,.... Hogue, Larry .................... Holbert, Betty Delores ......... Holdbrook, Ronald C. ..,.. , Holland, Regina ...,............ 97, 96 1.1.80 ,,,....63, 113, 121 63 ,....'70 ' 88 Holley, Betty Mac ......,..,.......,,.,..,... ...,.......,, 1 13, 37 Hollingshead, Roland Eugene ....... ,,,................,..... 6 3 Holman, Margery ,...,.,.,..,,,...,....... ,...... 6 3, 113, 121 Holman, Mary V. ................... .................,,,,. 6 F3 Holmes, Robert F ...........,. ,.,...,............ 7 0 Holmes, Tom ..,,.....,.,,,,,r.,.,,, .,..,....... 8 3 Holmquist, Arthur Duane ,....... ......,, 7 0, 95 Holton, Bernard ,....,.,...,,.,,,,.,.,.......,......................,,,,,, 80 Homman, Patricia .,,.,............,,,...,..,..,..........,,,...,....... G3 Hook, Robert .........,..,...,.,.,,,. 102, 106, 107, 37, 51, 101 Hoon, Alan H, ,.,,..,.......,...........,.......,,.,...................,,, 63 Hornby, JO11I1,VV11l1kl1H .....,......................,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,,.... 76 Horton, Paul R. ,...,..,...............,..,,..,,,,............ 63, 98, 38 Horwitz, Carolyn Diane ............,. 98, 107, 110, 112, 38 Hauck, Robert .,,,......,.,,,,,, ,.....,.,,...,.................,..,.,.. 8 0 House, Mary Katherine .,.,..... ..,.....,,..,...,,...,,,.. 6 3, 109 Howard, Donald E. ,,,,..,, ...........,.,..... 3 8 Howard, Phyllis .,,,.,...,........... .,,,,..,..,,.,.. 1 13, 38 Howarth, Rodney Louis ..,, ....... 7 0, 105, 112 Howell, Winifred ,,,,.,,..........,. ...........,.......... 8 8 Howes, Clarice Marjorie .......,. .,...........,..,,. 3 8 Hoy, Geraldine .,.....,........,,. ......... 7 0 Hoy, Mary L. ..f ........,........ ...,,.. . . Huber, Alice Virginia .,..,..., ,........ 7 0 Huff, Ruth M. ..,.........,. ....... H70 Huffman, Betty ,,.............. ...,.. ....,.,........ 8 8 Huffman, Paul Thomas .... Huffman, Relya Jean ..,...... Hughes, Mrs. Edwin ........ Hughes, Evelyn F .......... Hughes, Janice ,.....,.. Hughes, John .,..... ....,.,121, 122, ss, 95 ......70, 105, 113, 115 EUNEHNULATIUNS Vlflllllt sal tgpottweat for the . C7 . wfzcofz cf ass Congratulations To the Class of 1949 Wishing them success and happiness for the future MCUND CITY CLEAN ERS 26 S. Third Street Newark, Ohio One Hundred Eighty-Three MEMBER 91061519 Q I2 14 wxwki . F ff N mug, he Q ' Q O lr F EHHHHWE STHUIU ou Ljwusg 6 Sczfcsjqecf .qgllofogfzaplzefzs 15 Bowers Avenue Newark, Ohio PHONE 2742 Hundred Eighty-Four The following day Newark High School de- clared a holiday. A lengthy pep meeting fea- tured the morning hours during which the Shea Theater Trophy was presented to Mr. Schick by Dale Tysinger, manager of the Mid- land Theater. The C.O.L. team winning first place in the league three times will become permanent possessor of the trophy. Newark became the first school to receive the award. fContinuedJ Hughes, Joseph Clayton .............. ...-.-----,---,- 3 8 Hughes, Leona ..,..............r. ....-.. 7 0, 119 Hughes, Norma ............ .----------- 3 2 Hughes, Robert Lee ...... ...,.----.-- 7 5 Humberg, Gloria .,................. .....,....r 8 0, 82 Hummel, Mary Louise ........ ...,...... 7 0, 115 Humphreys, Richard .,,...... .......... 6 3, 113 Hunt, Nancy Lee .......... Hunt, Norma Jean ........ Hunt, Patricia Lee ......... Hunt, William. ..........,. Hunter, Thomas ............ Hupp, Donald L. ............ . Hupp, William Daniel ......... ,.....,70, 155 Iluston, John ....................,.. ......... 6 3 Iden, John R ..,...... ........ .......... 7 0 , 115 Idle, Nancy ................. ......,....... 1 55 Iler, Patricia Ann ...,... Ingler, WVilliam .,.,..... ,......63, 111 Ivers, Max ....,.,... ....... ............ 3 3 Jackson, Jean Anne .................. .........,.,.,............ 7 0 Jackson, Ralph William Jr .....,.. ,.................... 1 13, 38 Jacobs, Lora June ...,.,.,.......... ................,.,..,.. 6 3, 155 James, Sue ,.......,.,.........,..... .,..,...... 6 3, 109, 112, 95 Jay, Janet Lee ....,...,....... 109, 123, 95, 97 Jcffres, Treva Eileen ......... ,....,..................,. 1 22, 38 Jeffres, Virginia ..........,... ............, ............,... 8 4 Jeffries, Patricia M .,............, ....,.. 7 0, 113 Jeffries, Mrs. Clarence .,...,... ..,....... 1 14 Jinks, Marilyn ,....,,.,,,,..,,,, ....,.,....,.... 8 4 Johnson, Ann Elizabeth .,.,..,. .,........... 7 0, 119 Johnson, Daniel William .......... .......... 1 22, 39, 96 Johnson, Douglas ........,.......... ....,...,,.,..,,,... 6 8, 113 Johnson, Cordon Lee .,... 63, 94, 112, 121 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1949 JEAN FROCKS, Inc. Compliments of the SWEET CREME DONUT SHOP , 47 South Third Street Come In and See Them Made Special Rates for Special Occasions DELIVERY SERVICE - PHONE 5867 Sweet Creme Donuts Are Often Imitated But Never Equalezl Made Fresh Daily Johnson, Robert Edwin ....... ,..,..,.........,. ,.....,.... 7 0 OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS Johnson, Seward ,,,...,,,, ,,..,,,,,.,,,,.......,.... 6 3 Johnson, Ted .....,....... ,,..., , 1140, 39, 108 Congratulations CLASS OF 1949 THE I-no FUEL dA One Hundred Eighty Five THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenience . the best approach to employment . Indispensable to success in business 9 5 nevmkllu-PAPER Smal THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS Hundred Eighty S Congratulations to the CLASS -OF 1949 ELLIOTT'S HARDWARE STORE 36 VVest Main Street CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1949 Little Knit Shoppe 151 West Locust Street PHONE 9010 Johnson, Wi11ianr.:.- ................ ........ 6 3, 11, 120, Mg Seniors who played their last football game "" 4 for Newark High School on November 11 were Johnston, Riehru-C1 P ...,,,.,.. .......w 9 8, 147, 89, 101 Robert Kane, Larry Catrell, Andy Dennison, igfliehoulsc """' """""" ' of 155' William Coleman, Dan Roike, Clarence Cram- jmws C01-119113 ',f1f"' m'M1ff:,,i ,,,,, er, Richard Benner, Denny Wheeler, Harland JOHGS Dale ...... .....-.--- 4 Taylor, Iohn Kincaid, Ted Johnson, and Rob- gnufff Bolhivl "-- -----------'----- 3 9 ert Delancey. Head Coach Schick was ably as- lld' ""' "" "" Sq sisted during the season by Joseph Carlo, line Cf ' . . , 1 - -,-.-...w - ..,..., , L , 1 2 2 .u jones Helen coac 1, ind Riul Adams, backfield mentor I Jones, John Edward w-.-,---q- ',VxVYA.-..A 7 0, 143 The end ot the playing season, however, did Jones, Joseph Bed -------,- ,--,----- 7 0 H57 39 not.s1gn1ty the termination ot the game as a hmcs, Josephine -------A--A---- ,A-,-,----'- 88 topic of conversation. Poll takers and arm- hmcs, Joseph Clyde l,------- Chair coaches went to work with a vengeance. jones, Richard Eugene. .....,.. 70, 147 qcontinuedy Compliments of Sin er Sewinf Machines . . . S E, and Vacuum Cleaners Su perlor Weld I ng sims REPAIRS ' AND AND and Machine CO. SERVICESC H 3746 RENTALS a 201-205 West Main Street NEVVARK, OHIO Phones 2264-2269 SINGER Sewing Machine Co. 7 South Third Street Newark, Ohio One Hundred Eighty Sex en Congratulations To The Class of 1949 Wishing Them Success and Happiness For the Future RIDE THE YELLOW CABS Congratulations and Best VWshes to 1 ""i"':T,3A:N, 1 jg? A f FN - "fj-- Cvvm 5546 .1 U - B 55 'Y 'N' Yi W ' 'iii 'i7",- 1 - fsfliii llifiiifiii 4 -- ----------'-f--" """'. 'S -fjiF'2 .5 Q A -i 1 - iw- r l' A- -nl: T A X' -0 Q' f f- 2 'TI' Q3-'ifi f""'6'f WW E Q it gg, me :rg---A-----, ,HW - We " E "evil: I f EgltyEglt Congratulations to C 0mplim6HtS Class of 1949 B O RD E N' S Dairy 8t Ice Cream Co. Corner Walnut and Third AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES, Inc. 11-15 South Fourth Street Newark, Ohio Complete Parts and Machine Shop PHONE 4053 Service jones, Thomas E, ,,,.... .............,..,........... 7 6 Newark placed fifth in the state as a result 101165, Waunifil -----'----- ----,--' -------- 5 -A---------- 5 ------- 3 4 of polls by sports writers of the Associated Jones, Wendell M '----"'----"-""'A """-' ' 1' 54, Oaf 115 Press. Carnering 211 points during the sea- K son against 46 for 'Cat opponents, Newark Kaercher, Robert ....--.,..---.------- .,,.-----.-.--.---.,----- l --.--, 6 3 laid claim to the mythical state crown. C. Al- llganergllilbfiff ---------------- ----4--- 1 28, 140, 39, len Milliken, secretary-manager of the New- Kilim, afsiino at--1-issseegsnngqieq-:gigfg'i:fig5y:a ark Chamber of Commecei voiced the gen- Keinath: Iames .Qffffffflf,fffff1.fffQ.1 r..... Q ............ 80 eral diSHPP1'0V31 Of N6W211'k,S downtown f00f' Keinath, Joyce E ,.,,,,.,.,,., 100, ll0, 112, 124, 155, 39 ball sect at the result of A.P. sports writers Eegey, fiZf0rge.P- --4-------------'--s---,-----.------,---------------'--- QQ voting Newark fifth in Ohio. Offering evi- e ey, ar1or1e ...,,,,,.....,..................,........................, 2. ' . , . Kenningrnn, shnley lane ...... .,....t... 7 0, 109, 123, 97 flffncehof the fem .thg?f11m'fY Sfxffmen 1:0162 Kepner, N21nCy--,--U--------on nnnnu-Hnu-------80, t'1g1t t C galne 1S lapl y -C1115 3 en Ou 0 Kern, Robert Myron ----.--..- ',,-'.A-A---,A,A-- 7 0, 105 school hands and IS becoming itself a football Eeicahum, Dr. Charles ...... ...... g ..... 5 5 for outside interests to kick around, Milliken 1 , Betty .l.................... .......... 0 , 39 Kidd, Leroy ....,,.,,.,,,,, .............. S 5 CContinuedJ Courtesy of the G B W. S. Bam Company TYPCWTHCTS Wholesale Hardware Distributors Royal TypeWI'1tCI'S F' t d Mt' St t' . its an lm we 5 Serozce Rentals Newark, Ohio 29-31 West Chnl-C11 st. Phone 3398 One Hundred Eighty Nine For The BI.-23' 'In USIC I 0 michael usto store Pmnos nnmos I - nzzcorms ' - rusrnunznrs 17 XV t C1 h St t Pl 3JlF the advocate prmtlng company B CAOIXIIXIICRCIA P ENGRAVRRS X C CDFFICE O PI10110 4056 'WIKI I 'xi' QUALITY PRINTING D015 Nor COST IT PAYS OHIdNt5 ' f T1 :- "VVlien Youire In A H nrryv EARDLEY LUMBER, INC. HOLLAND FURNACE co. Heating and Air Conditioning Systems For the Home Furnaces Vacuum Cleaned GEORGE FLOWER, Branch Mgr. I 44 South Second St. Phone 2976 Kieber, Clarence Robert ....,,,,. ,,,.... 7 0 Kiger, Carol Louise ..,........ ........,.. 7 0 Kiger, Emily Mable .,,,l.,. .....,,..,,..,,..,,,.........,........... 7 0 Kigcr, VVilbert H: ..........,,l,.................................. 122, 39 Killinger, hi. Sue ,..,................,, 63, 103, 107, 109, 120 Kilpatrick, Shirley joan ,,,,................Y,,..,...,..,,.... 63, 123 Kincaid, john G. ,.,..,..,,..,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 07, 120, 39 King, Alice Marie ,,,,,,,,,... King, Kenneth ..,,..... Kingery, Gordon R. ,.,, . Kinney, Don D. .,.,........ .,,, . Kinney, Mrs. Orville ........ Kinney, Robert E. .,... . ..113, 121, 39 63 Kinsey, Gene R. ........ ....... 6 3, 113, 125 Kirk, Robert H. ...... . Kistler, Wfilliam .......,. Knight, Joanne ,..,.. Knox, VVilliam ...... Koblentz, Ioy .... .........151 stated, in part, in his letter to Fritz Howell, sports editor of the Associated Press, "But then sportsmanship doesnit seem to mean any- thing anymore in this publicity-punchy, head- line-hungry worldf, As a result of this pub- lic blast, two opposing camps immediately mushroomed over Newarkis claim to state recognition. The argument progressed - or retrograded-to letters to the editor of the local newspaper. Meanwhile as adults amused themselves by arguing, the young athletes continued to re- ceive well deserved honors. Five Newark players made the All-G.O.L. eleven. They fffoniinucdj The Compliments of LAUNDRY CO Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning T. G. ROBISON Sheet Metal Work F,m4ie,'S Roofing Furnaces Phone 4045 145 West Canal Street One Hundred Ninety One Congratulations Class ui '49 May Your Commencement Day Be A Happv O AdY Lf VVkS f1IE Wy Style Leaders In Home Furnishings 5 rnrfef 1 -mms r o TEWAR ' 0 me num ns as UNf5N1!.'gle l 'Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive' Congratulations TU THE CLASS UP 1949 TEDOS MOTOR SERVICE OIldIN SCOTT'S Complete Home F urnislzers EAST PARK PLACE Koerncr, Donald S. ,,,,..,...,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,, 70 Koontz, john F. ,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, 148 Korb, Betty Lou ....,..,....,...,,,,.,,,,, 98, 102, 107, 110, 40 Kornman, Christine R. ,.,, 98, 102, 103, 106, 109, 123 -40, 101 Kramcr, Gordon Lynn .,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76 Kramer, William M. ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Kreager, Jacqueline ,,,,.,,,i.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,4,,, 7 0 Krieg, Sarah S. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 108 L Lally, Nancy R. .i,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 63, 109, 110, 112, 95 Lammers, Rev. Louis ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 54 Lampton, Robert Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, 70 Lamson, Shirley Ann ........ 98, 103, 105, 107, 109, 123 40, 96 Landis, Monte .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 6 Landram, Larry Lee.. ,,,,,,,, 70, 146 Lane, Annabel ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 00, 40 HIGH GRADE PIES Donuts, Cakes and Pastries Deooratecl Cakes Our Specialty RILEY'S BAKERY 19 West Church Street PHONE 3906 were Robert McVey, back, who was honored With a berth last year, Larry Catrell, end, William Coleman, tackle, Robert Kane, center, and Denny Wheeler, guard. Roike and De- lancey were given second-team spots as tackle and back respectively. Flowers, Craig, Ben- ner, Cramer, F leitz, Barnes, and Dennison re- ceived honorable mention. In the United Press All-Ohio High School Football Selections, Kane was named center on the second team. Catrell fendj, Coleman ftacklej, McVey Qbackfieldj, Wheeler Ccen- ter, although he played guardj were given honorable mention. CContinuedJ ZElHER'S CORNERS HAWKINSON- TREADS CENERAL TIRES 66 - 68 Union Street - Newark Congratulations ' to the CLASS OF 1949 NEWARK LAU NDRY COMPANY 120 Cedar Street PHONE 5086 One Hundred Ninety Three Congratulations to the Class of 49 CRAIG'S SANDWICH SHGP C-QD? Congratulations to the Class of 1949 Movies are your greatest entertainment MIDLAND - AU DITORIUM THEATRES :'YVhere Hits Are A Habitv I OHdl1N F MARIETTA PAINT STCRE GEDRGE PFEFFER 39 West Church St. Phone 4419 N,,W,u.k, Ohio Clotlzier ' Marietta Paints ' Enclmels MOH ' Varrnislzes ' Glas-S' 44 N01-th Third- Street ' Wallwpef' Newark, Ohio ' Painters, Supplies Lane, Norma jean .....,. Larason, Patsy ........,,.. Large, Sandra K. Larimore, John .....,. Laughery, Dean ...A.. Lavelle, Betty M ....... Lavin, Helen .......,.,., Leckey, Hugh F. ...... . Lee, Glenna ,,,,..,,,,.,.,... Lee, Shirley Ann ......,..... Lescody, Richard John ..,...., Leslie, Elizabeth R ..... 63, 103, ..,,,,,,..110, 112 109, 110, a 112, 63, 109 .........76 125, 40 .........88 155, 40 40 113, 70 'i5B',"95 Leslie, James Ira ......,....,.....,...,................,1,,,.,.,...,,,,,. T0 Levingston, Mr. Arthur ,,,,,,.,,,.,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Levingston, Mrs. Arthur ................,...1,11..........,,,,,1,, 114 Levingston, Barbara Carole ....,....,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Levingston, Kathleen M .,.11...,.,.1..1,,, 103, 112, 121, 40 Levingston, Ralph ............,.., ,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Lewis, Carol Marlene ...,.., In addition, Kane was honored with a berth at center on the first team of the All-Ohio scholastic team of International News Service. McVey received honorable mention. Coach Ray Schick and Coach Glenn Elli- son, Middletown mentor, were named to co- pilot the Southern All-Stars in the annual Ohio high school game in August. Kane, center, Gatrell, end, and VVheele1', alternate guard, were selected by coaches to play in this all- state classic. George Blackburn, head football coach at Miami University, was the main speaker at the banquet given by the Newark Boosters Cl11b in the Elk's Grill on December 18, 1948. tConr'lurledb FURNITURE Say It VVitlz Flowers BUGS HALBROGKS STQVES We Grow Our Own Flowers Day Phone 8171, Greenhouse Nite Phone 5028 286 North Cedar Street Vvest Mzllll Street Member Florist Telegrapli Delivery Asxorrilltinn One Hundred Ninety Fne lwfcfestwcfjpfzofsfeiing Shop Lgn fnewaikn A RTIST I C UPHOLSTERINO SHOP Corner Fifth and Main Streets Ben C. Harris Office Phone 64 64 Newark, Ohio Q63Y5Yl.f..'fll"04, INSURANCE G REAL ESTATE C. D. RANKIN Fire, Inland Marine, Surety Bon ls THOMAS L. GARRETT Automobile and Casualty FRANK H. KOBE Life, Accident, Hospitali fit on GUY HARTSHORN Real Estate lVlILDRED HALL Office Management and Claims For Quality Dry Cleaning and Pressing Service Coll 2710 CALLAN DER C leo ning Co. Fourth and Church One Hun lr d N ety Si. Congratulations To the Class of 1949 Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity J. C. PENNEY Company, Inc. Congratulations FENTON CLEANERS 31 West Main Street Let Us Maintain the Appearance of Your Entire Wardrobe ' A Nationwide Institution With Quick Dependable Everything to Wear QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR LESS Service Phone Willard C. Yaus 3530 Mgr. Lewis, Dorothy L .,...... ....,.. 6 4, 103, 110 Loar, Janet ...................,. ...., 8 5 Lewis, James ..,...,.,..... ........,.,.,,....,., 8 8 Loar, Marilyn Rose .....,.,..................,....,,.,......,....,....... 70 Lewis, Norma Jean .,.,..........., ............. 7 0 Loewendick, Joan Sally .........................................,.... 70 Lewis, Ralph F. ....................... .....,.. 7 6 Logsdon, Dolores Mae .... 102, 103, 109, 110, 40, 101 Lightle, Charles Edward ....,.... ...... , .70 Lohrman, Jeannine ..............,.,...,.,......................,..,..... 88 Lightle, Norma Jean ...........,.. ......,.....,.. 7 0 Long, A. B. ..........,.,.... .........,.,..... .,..,..,. 2 0 , 152 Lilly, Robert .....,......,.,,..,.... ,.....,.......,,.. 8 2 Long, Nancilou ...... ............... 8 2 Lindeman, Keith G ...,...., ......... 7 0, 113 Long, Terrill J. ...,...,.,..... ....,.,,,....,.... 6 4 Lindrooth, Donald ,,,,.,,., .,.......,..... 8 2 Loudin, Marian ................... ............,..,.,,..,... 8 8 Lingafelter, Carole V ......,,, ...,,,,,, 7 0, 109 Loudin, Mary Virginia ,.,...... ,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 109 Link, Charles William ,,,r,.,. ,,,,,,... 7 0, 147 Love, Evelyn ........,...,.,...,.,.. ,,,..,. 1 OO, 40, 51, 101 Linn, Carolyn ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. 7 0 Love, John Ralph ,........ ,.-,,,,.,,,,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 7 0 Linn, David Frederick ,....., ,,,.,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Lovell, Leonard ..,..,....,,.,.,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Lippincott, Richard R. ...... ....... 6 4, 113 121 Luby, Donald Keneth ......... ,,,,..,,,.,..., 7 1 Litten, Mary J. ..................,.., .,...............,... 8 8 Lucas, Augusta Ann ,.,........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1 Livingston, Barbara .,.,,.,..,,,,,... ,,.,,,.,,....... 1 13 Lucas, James Robert .......... ,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 152 Livengood, Margaret Anne ,,,,,,,,, ,.,..... 7 0 Lucas, Ruth .......................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Livingston, Betty ...,...,...,,,,.,.,., ......,. 8 5 Luckner, Mrs. H. R., Jr ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Livingston, Robert E, ,,,,,,,,,, ......,. 6 4 Luckner, Herman R ..,.,...,.. ,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 113 Congratulations to CLASS OF 1949 McLEAN'S RESTAURANT Opposite High School Congratulations to the Class of 1949 KENT FLOWER STORE Cut Flowers Potted Plants Floral Designing Store: 28 West Church Street Phone 6523 Bonclecl Members of tlie Telegraph Delivery Association IN ANY EVENT WIRE FLOWERS One Hundred Ninety-Seven X117 1 Q19 - 1 -4 E 9 - 7 A '4 1- .X 5? 1 an li l .::-vw 'Q : -S:-:-:-:-:-:rr-'rxf 1:-1-:rz'-'-:-:-:1:1::::::1:I11'I:1- ,. .. "-X X. Ne- : gi::zzz25:111:3FQWQEEZ-:+:::1:1::::eg:54:-gf .gzgsgs -' ' ' c'tk5:kT:4:1: ISS: ' 142'I-I-I-I-I'Zz1:5:5'4:-Nkizfziiizizlif:l:':-'-1-233 1 s s 5Seiffii'1:22E552is:f2a2z:s:eegs52gzg2gi1, World Famous Glassware . . if . . The Prlde Of ' fn '-ww - fx. " Ng, 1-1-:-:-:-1-ir-4:':f: Ll .-. :i?:.:-::- ' ' 'I - -.-.-. :- ..jf'1 591217 '1 2i2E2E2ii2i?1 1 was Skilled Craftsmen f , Eiiiififf l l W 1'-1 HY 1, N Mm' . A. I-I. I-IEISEY CBP C0 ee ME? NEWARK, oH1o 1 ei Lugar, Leona Irene... .71, 109, 96 MCDHIUC1, leffy -----v--------'-- ---4'------' 8 1, 82 Lugar, Mildred E ,,A,,,, 100, 110, 40 McDonald, Alice lvlae ......, ....... .........- Z 1 , 115 Lusetti, Mona Jean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,........... 7 l, 109 McDonald, Phyllis June ------- ---------------4-------- 1 1, 115 Luther, Ruth Ellen ,,,,,,,0,,,,1,,,., ,..,.,............. 7 l McDonald, Robert ...A----- ,.-----,------------------ -------- 1 1 8 McDonough, M. Joanne .....,.....,.,....., 71 109 115 123 Mc M cBride, Catherine ........,.... McBride, Harold Earl ......,..... McCafferty, Franklin Hugh ....... McCaiferty, William ,..,......,,.. McCa1g, Blair R. .......,........ . McCann, Marilyn ..................,.. McCaulsky, James William ......, McCleary, I. S ...,..........,...,..,.,. McClung, Doris ................... McCoy, Richard .,,.......,.... 88 71 71 McDonwell, Albert Lewis. McFarland, James E ..,r. 53, McFarland, Wilma C. .,,, . McFerren, Cassius Lee ,...... McGinnis, Leroy William... 98, 147, 150, 40, 51, H64 101 71 71 McCranor, Shirley ................ .......... 1 18, M cl Ienry, Carol ................. 41 88 Mclntosh, Lewis Earl ................. ............ 7 1 McKnight, Mary Elizabeth ....,.,, ....,.. 1 15, 41 McLaughlin, Betty ....,........ McLoughlin, Jack ............. 88 .. ........,.............. 81 41 MCCT621fY, PHll1iHG ................ ....... 2 1, 107 McMannis, Carlene jane ...... ......... 1 00, 118, McCullough, Betty june ......... ...,... 6 4, 155 McMillan, Keith .......,....... .,,,,.,.,.............. MCCl1llOllgl1, Eva Alice ......,.. ,.,,,,,.,,.,, 7 1 1XfIgM11l1en, Charlotte ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 55 McDaniel, Ida Lucille .,... ..,,,.... 7 7 MCPQ-Ck, Betty .-,,,,,,,,,.,, .,,,,,, 1 55 KELl.EY'S DAIRY BAR 680 West Church St. Phone 6478 Ice Cream and Dairy Products P. SMITH SONS LUMBER co Mule Hide Roofing Balsam-Wood and Class-Wool Insulation Light Lunches-Delicatessen Curtis Mill WVork One Hundred Ninety-Eight Blue Ribbon Paints C""L"'I"'C"tS The PHIL NEWARK ICE VOGELMEIER AND CGAL CO. cmd CCJMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods N A R K Buildings and -Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Phone 5063 MePeek, Wanda Louise ....... ....... 6 4, 115, 155 Mains, Wilma ............... .............. . .85 MePeek, Wayne .,............ ,,,..,.,.,.,.,,..,.., 8 8 Malhcrbe, Donna Jean ...., ........ 7 1, 115 McPeek, Ross Edward .,.,.......l . ....,.....l.... 41, 101 Malherbe, Elton ............,. .......,................... 3 8 MeVey, Robert G. .,..................... ......., 1 29, 140, 145 Malherhe, Wilma jean ..,..... ...................... 7 1, 115 M Mann, Patricia M ...,............ ...,.. 6 4, 110, 112, 155 MaeDonough, Thora B. ...,.....,,. ,,.,,.......,,...,... N Iarkham, john Walter .,....... ,.,..............Y.l....... 7 1 MaeNealy, jane Lois ...,..,..,,., ...,.,,..,....,,,,..,... 7 7 Markham, Katherine E ...... .,............ 4 1 MaeNealy, James .......,.. ......,...,..,....r,.,..... 1 xv Markle, Marilyn ,,..,......... ................. 7 1 MaeNcaIy, joan ,.,....,,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4, 107, 110 Marmie, Bonnie jean ..,..,. ...................,.,,...., 7 1, 115 MaeNealy, Mary C. ..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Marriott, jack ,.......,....... .......,..,......,...,.,,..,... 4 1, 108 MaeNealy, Sue ..............,r.,., 98, 102, 110, 112, 41, 108 Martin Fred ............. ,....................,..,.....,......,...... 8 9 MacPherson, Doris ..,,,......,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 110, 113, 41 Martin, Linda ..,...... ........, 6 4, 102, 107, 109, 112 MacPherson, Charles ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Martin Norma ,,,.,. ..................,,.,..,,.,...,.,....... 8 9 Mackenzie, Margaret L .,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Martin, Mrs. ............, .............,.,.........,..,.....,.. 1 1 Mackenzie, William .,,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Mason, Eileen ................... ......,........,..,,r.. 1 15, 119 Mackey, Janet ...,..,,..........,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1 Mason, Frances Mae ........ ........ 1 00, 122, 41, 101 Macy, Ellen Elizabeth ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 113 Mason, Ruth .................. ..............,...r., 1 22, 41 Compliments Of AIRESMAN'S 56 West Main Street C ongmtulations CLASS OF- 1949 GRANVILLE STREET P H A R M AC Y One Hundred Ninety Nine Compliments Moybolol Shoes 32 South Tliircl Street Compliments F. W. Woolworth Co. "Eoei'ytliing in Musiov Holton Band Instruments Pianos Records Sheet Music Accessories DOWLING MUSIC STORE 31 Arcade Phone 2996 Compliments to the cLAss OF-1949 BUSY BEE GRILL Q Frosted M ulterl M ilk J Masteller, Bonnie lean ....... ......., 7 1, 95, 96 Miller, Arthur I. ...... ........ 2 0, 111 Masters, Durward ...,...,.... ......,,.,. 6 4, 41 Miller, Dixie ..........,..... ........,..,.. 8 5 Masters, William D ..,......... ................ 1 13 Miller, Dorothy .....,......... ...... . .81 Mathie, Robert .,,,.....,....,...,... ,..,....,....... . ..VDv Miller, Eugene Stanley ....... ............... . .. Mawhorter, Marilyn Ann ......... .....,. 6 4, 107, 113 Miller Gene .........,..........,..,...,,......................... 140, 145 Meadows, Carol .,.,....,..,......... .,....,,...,......... 8 9 Miller Iohn Kentrell ...........................,,,.... 64, 129, 141 Meadows, Marilyn jo Ann ..,.. ...........,...,.. 7 1 Miller Marie ..............,,..,......,..,...................,............. 22 Meclcley, David W. ...,........... ,....il.. 1 47, 41 Miller Margaret Ann ,..,..., 64, 103, 104, 106 109 110 Meckley, Raymond .,........, ........,,..,,.... 8 9 112, 122 Meisenlielder, Jeannine ......... ..,...i.. 7 1, 119 Miller, Robert .,.,......................,,,,,.,....,,...................,.., 89 Meisenlieldcr, Marjorie ..... .....,.,.,.,.,. 8 9 Miller Robert Harold ,,..,..,, ,,..,,,.,,. 7 1 Meloy, Ann Sue ............. .,............, 7 7 Miller, Robert Lee ...,....... ,,,..,.,... 7 1 Melton, Billie Sue ...,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,. 7 1, 109 Miller, Stanley .......,.... ,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, Melton, Richard ...,,i.,....... ,................. 6 4 Miller, Thomas ....,,....... ......,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 20, 42 Meriwether, Albert L .,,,..i,i ,........ 6 4, 140 Miller, VVanda Lou ...... ,,....,....,,,,., 7 1, 105, 109 Messenger, Robert ........... ..,,,,,., 1 18, 42 Miller, William F. ...,.. ..,.,... 6 4, 103, 112, 140 Messick, Charlene .,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,i, 8 2 Miller, William H. ,.,,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 1 05, 119, 71 Messino, Rose Marie ......, ,,,,s....... lX rliller, WVillian1 X. ....... .,..........,...,,, 1 01, 42 Metz, Richard ......,..,,, ,,,,,,,. 8 9 Miner Shirley Jean ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 18, 42, 96 1116 C ongrotulotions Graduation Gifts to the CLASS OF 1949 EDMISTONIS Ohio Shoe Repolir BOGK STORE CC. 32 N0fi11F0u1-th Two Hundred I Hallmark 81 Norcross Cards I Koclaks 81 Photography Supplies C n e- K - F I O I Eatonis Fine Stationery I Wliitniarfs Candies H K' L' 8C N. 11 South Park Newark, Ohio 32 North Third Street Seo rs' Roebuck cmd Co. C0,,,,,,,,,,e,,,, 2 Friendly Stores MAIN STORE - FARM STORE of 35 West Main St. 36 South Fourth St- Sliop at Sears and Save N U Mitchell, Louis .......,,... .,...... 8 1 Moore, Virginia Lee ....... ........... 8 9 Mitchell, Peggy Lou ..... ........ 7 1 Moore, Wayne ............ ......... 1 40 Mitchell, William ,.,..,..... ......., 8 5 Moran, Marjorie .,...... A.,............... 8 5 Mohler, Helen Diane ..,,.,,.,.,.. ,....... 7 1 Moran, Mona .......,............, .,,.,,.........,.. 8 9 Mohler, Patty Jean .........,.........,.. ........ 7 1 Moran, Ruth Elizabeth ............. .,..... 7 1, 113, 155 Montgomery, Walter Gene ,.,,,... ......., 7 1 Morgan, Charles Edward .,.,..... ..,....,........,. 7 1 Monroe, john ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,r,..,,,.... 8 9 Morgan, James T. .........,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Monroe, Ronald Eugene .,,,,, ,,.....,,.,.... 7 1 Morgan, Louada M .....,.......,, ,......, 2 4 Moody, James .,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,. 6 4 Moss, Barbara .,,............,.,,....,. lylossmau, Mary Elizabeth ....... Mowrey, Violet Mae .,,,,,,,,.,,,, Moyer, Charles Earl .........,. Moon, Donald Keith ........ .....,.... 4 2, 108 Moore, Bonnie Lou .,.,..,.,, ,,,,,r,,r,.,... 6 4 Moore, Frances Io Ann .......,.. ......,..... 6 4 Moore, Gene ................. ........ 8 5 Moore john .,,,..,...,,,,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,. 8 1 Muinmey, Marjorie ....... Murphy, Nancy E. ......,.. . ........89 .,...,..71 .......,42. .,......71 ........85 ,- Moore Harold Lewis ...,.. ,......, 4 2 Murphy, Ruth Ann ................ .........,,,,,,, 1 01 Moore Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Murphy, Treva Marlene ......... ,,.,,,,,,, 7 1, 115 Moore Margaret Ann .,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,.,.....,. M yer, Florence .................... ,.,,,,,,, 1 55, 20 Moore Raymond Everett ,,,,,., ,,.,,,,.,,..,,,... 7 1 Myer, Patricia Frances ,.,,... ,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 109 Moore Ronald Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,. 7 1, 147 Myers, Betty Marcella ....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Drink . . . . . In Bottles COCA-CCJLA BOTTLING WORKS Phone 5049 Newark, Ohio Visit Our Fountain Kreoger 81 Toothmon Drug Store 7 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Phone 4347 Two Hundred One THE DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudso11 Avenue Takes This Opportunity To C ongratulate The Graduates and Assure You of Our Appreciation of Your . . Patronage . . When in Need of the Best In PAINTS AND WVALL PAPER see HORNERS' NEWARK PAINT co. Phone 3524 Masonic Temple Building KALAMAZOO HEATING EQUIPMENT AND HOME APPLIANCES 75 N. Fourth Street Newark, Ohio Compliments of CULLISON'S Commercial Photography Myers, Florence ........,.....,........ ,.................... 2 0 Norton, Norma ....... .......,,......,.. 8 2 N Null Barbara .,.,...,..,.,, ....... 6 4, 109, 110 Nadolson, Charlotte I. .,.....,..,., ...,.,.... 1 00, 103, 42 Aim """""" Nadolson, Mrs. Roy .............. ...................... I I4 , '-'--"'4'A""""'-'--"" """,A" , ' Nash, George Junior ,..,..,. .,.,......,,,,..,.,.. 7 1 Nedelcoff, Phyllis Marie.. ..........,.,........... 71 Oakleaf, Barbara ,.,,. ,............. ,,.,.........,.. . , Nees, Susan Gail ........,.., .......... 7 1, 102, 109 Oakleaf, Mary .,,..,......, ,...... ,,,,,,,,, 6 4 , 115 Nehls, Ned ...,...,........... ..,..................... 8 1 Oakley, Don Eugene .... .............. 7 1 Ncibarger, Marian ....,.,.. ..,.................. 8 9 Oakley, Ernest .......... ,,i,,,,,., 6 4 Nethers, james Allen ....,,.. ,,..,. Newcomb, Jack ,,..,....... ,..,...... 8 5 77 Oatman, Harold ......,... Oder, Dewey Lester ..... 71 64, 147, 149 Newman, Patricia L. ,,,., .............. O der, Lewis .,...,...........,. . Nichols, Io Anne ,,...... ..,..,.. 6 4, 109 Oder, Richard ..........,.......... .....,.,............... 1 49 Nichols, Joyce ..,...,,,...,,. ..,,,,........ 8 2 Offenbaker, Don Wayne ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 7 I Norpcll, Nancy Lee ......,,., ..,,,.,... 7 7 Offenbaker, Ellen ......,... ..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 7 1 Norris, Sara Mae .,,,,....,. .,.,..,1,. 7 7 Offenbaker, George ...,.,. 140, 152, 42 Northey, Gloria ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Olpp, Doris M ........,..,.... ,,...,,,, 2 4, 122 Norton, Delcie . ,.,,,.,,.. 89 O,Neill, Ann Douglas .... ..........,...,... 7 1 Col Gutridge 81 Son Ohio, Kentucky and IVest Virginia Coal Congratulations and Good Luck CHESTER GUTRIDGE, Owner 87 james Street Office 113110116 3191 Res. Phone 24202 10-12 Arcade Annex Phone 6572 Two Hundred Two Compliments of L 8g K 85 Mt. Vernon Road 5850 Compliments of S. S. KRESGE CO. 5410 Diamonds . . . Watches Jewelry HAYNES BROS. Established 1894 12 East Park Place . . North Compliments of M c K I M Supply Compo ny South Second Street I l Orr, Helen Charlene ....,..,. .,,,,.... 9 9, 42, 96 Parinalee, Margaret Ioan ........ ................ 7 1 Orr, john Henry .,....,...... ,,,.....,, 7 1, 148 Parrnelee, Patricia L .,.......,... ....... 6 4, 112 Orr, Orville Ottie ..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 7 1 Parrish, Donna ..,............... ....... 6 4, 113 Orr, Phyllis Ann ......,. ,,,,,,,,,, 6 4, 113 Parsons, Barbara ,,..... .......,..... 8 5 Orris, Barbara ,,,..,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Patrick, Marjorie .,....... 89 Orris, Patricia Ann ..,.,.., , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Patten, William ., ........ .64 Osborn, Robert Allen ...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 71 Patterson, Patsy ...,... ....................................... 8 2 Otterman, Nancy Ann .,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 110, 42, 101 Patton, Cordon ....... .....,,..........................,.......,, 6 4 Overstreet, Cearldine ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 155 Patton, Ioan I ....... .................,..,....... 2 2, 103, 106 Oxley, Virginia Lee ,.., 98, 102, 109, 110, 43, 108, 101 Pearce, Myron ...,... .,..... 2 1, 57, 81, 113, 125, 114 Pearce, Nancy ....,.. ....,......................,............... 8 2 P Peffers, Anna Louise ......... ....................,......... 7 1, 109 Palmer, Richard A. .,.,...,.....,,. ...,.,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Peffers, Charles L. ...........,,., .........,,.. 4 3 Pancaw, N2111Cy A ........ ....... .......,. 9 8 , 107, 109, 43 Peffers, Russell Eugene ................,,.......,.,........ 141, 43 P21IkCf, Marilyn ........ .,....... 1 13, 115, 155 Peniclc, Richard .,............,....,.............,,.,........,,........... 89 Parker, Martin -........,.... ,..................... 6 4 Peniek, Ceorgeann ...,.,.,...... 64, 94, 102, 103, 110, 112 Parker, Patricia Jean ...,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,., 4 3, 108 Pepper Mrs. C. C ........,,.,.,,.,..,.,,.,,,,.,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,.,..,.. 114 P2lfkif1SOI1, Joe ............... ......,.......... 6 4, 113 Pepper, Cecil C. ........,....................,.............,........,. 114 Pilflef, Cllilrlefte N. ...... ........ 1 18, 43, 119 Pepper, Donald Gene ........ ..,..,. 9 8, 107, 111, 113, 43 Compliments of Compliments P L A I N E S of the Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Everything in Menys Weal' Estalalisltecl 1898 8 South Second Street Newark, Ohio Two Hundred Thre Compliments Of POUND'S FLORISTS FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 Congratulations to Class of '49 BENNER'S GROCERY 11 North 30th Street TALINE'S STATION Grocery and Sandwich Shop School Supplies 66 W. Channel and Mt. Vernon Road Phone 6817 Newark, Ohio Sincerest Wishes to the Class of 1949 H. L. A RT 18 North Park Place D1AlN4ONDS Croceries, Meats and Fresh Vegetables WATCHES JEWELRY Perdue, Virginia C ..... 98, 110, 124, 155, 43, 108, 101 Place, Joan ....,.... ,...,.., 6 4 Pethel, Charles ...............................,........................,. 89 Plaine, Ioan .......,,..,.. ..........., 5 2 Petrey, Shirley Ann .....,...,...........,......,,,....,,................. 43 Poling, Ruth E, ,,,,,,,,,., .,....,,....... 4 3 Petticord, Ellen ,.,,..,, ,.......,.,..,....,....... 8 5 Porter, Phyllis jean ,..,..,... .,....,.,. 7 2, 109 Pettit, Rita .............., 109, 113 Porter, Stanton Lee ,,.,,.,,....,, .......... 7 2, 147 Phares, Maxine ..... ,......,... 6 4 Posey, William Edward ........ ............... 7 2 Phillips, Wilbur .,.., ....,.... 1 51 Post, Mrs. E. W ................,,. ...........,. 1 14 Phillips, William ........ 81 Post, Shirley L ...,,..,,.,...,.,,,A,,.,,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,,r,,,,......, 113, 43 Pickering, Charles ...,.... ., ,...,.,...,. 64 Potter, Mona jean ,.....,....................,.................. 72, 109 Pickering, Donald ........ ......,....,.,..... 8 9 Pound, Alice Charlene ...... 98, 102, 110, 112, 155, 44 Pickering, Jean .......,....,.. ..118, 43 95, 108 Pickering, Mary Lou ....... .,............. 7 2 Pound, Charles Lee ,....,...,........,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,, 64 Pierpont, Kenneth F. ..... ............... 7 7 Pound, Jane .........,,...,.. ...,......... 1 10 Pigg, Robert .................. .,.......,. 8 5 Pound, Marjorie ....,.,,..... ,,.,,,.,.,.,....... 8 5 Piginan, Donald .......,. 150. 151 Powell, Emily Phyllis ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 10, 44 Pipes, Rollie ...,......,, 150, 151 Powell, Ioan ....,......,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 8 1 Pitt, Wanda ...,.... ..........,..,. 8 9 Powell, Madelyn Jane .,..., .......... 1 55, 44 Place, Bryon .,,,. Place, Dallas ..,,.. ,.......81 Price, Betty Jean .......,.... Price, Samuel .,...,...... ffffffsi The INDEPENDENT DAIRY PHIL R. DENMAN, Owner Milk Butter Cottage Cheese Cream Buttermilk Phone 4352 48 Kreig Street Congratulations to Class of 1949 Congratulations CLASS OF 1949 - CAMPOLO MKT. Open 8:30 A.M. - 10 o,Clock P.M. 9 A.M. - 1 o'Clock Sundays Complete Line of Frozen Foods Telephone 4490 Address 860 W. Main Two Hundred Four J E F F R I E S Supply Com pony Wholesale T019 accos , Cigarettes cigars, cfmfues and summes 1Ve Congratulate the CLASS OF -1949 SPRING HILL BCDTTLING CO., 7 S. Fifth Street Newark, Ohio Compliments of D I X I E MAUGER'S COALYARD S E A F O G D S Coal for Any Heating job 49 Years OU F0u1'th Street 41 Stanberry Street Phone 6020 Price, Vincent .......,...... ,.............. 8 1 Recter, Lawrence R ........ ........ 7 2 Priest, Fredrick Dale ........ .................. 7 2 Redman, Edna Miriam ......... ............ 7 7 Pryor, Edwin Gilchrist ..,....... .......,. 9 4, 98, 44 Redman, Edwin .......................................................... 64 Prudy, Clarence ................... .. ............... 64 Redman, Joan ..............................,..................... 65, 155 Purks, Leontine Elton ......,.,. .......,.......... 7 2 Redman, Joyce Ann ............ 98, 100, 109, 110, 155, 44 Pyle, Patricia Ann .......,.....,..,.,,. ..,....... 7 2, 109 Redman, Marlen H. .............,..,......................,.......... 77 Q Reece, Charles ......,,... ........................................... 7 2 .i , , Reece, Lewis .....,,,. ............... 6 5 Qumkel, James, I. ...,....... .... ...,....... 7 2 Reece, Thekla Reed, Parker E .......,... ......... 1 13, 44 Radcliff, Carol Louise ,....,...... ...,..,,..,.,,. 7 2 Reed, Robert .....,..,...,... ..........,..., 6 5 Rader, Clark C. ......... ....... ..........,.,.,... 7 2 Rees, Francis Larry .,,.,.... ........... . Ralston, Dale ........... .,.....,, 6 4, 113 Regan, Patricia Ann ....,..,. ....,........................ 7 2 Rambo, Jerry R. ......... ...... Yi............,......,. 4 4 Rehbeck, William ........ ...,.......,.........,....,.., 1 41 Ralnck, James Walter .... ........................,....,., 7 2 Reid, Mary Lou .......... .,.,....,. 6 5, 109, 110, 112 Rauck, Annis Irene .,......, ,........ 7 2, 109, 113, 121 Reid, Robert Ray ..,.... ,.,.,,.,......,....., 1 11, 151 Raluclf, R1l'S. Frank O. .,.... ...................,.......,,. 1 14 Reid, Russell L ............ ,......,,. 6 5, 111, 120, 147 Rauck, Frank ...,.......,, ......... 1 14 Reinhold, William .,... ., A...,.,,...,.,.,..,,,....,... 72. Rector, Barbara .,,,,,,, 77 Reinhurt, Donald ,.,... ,,,,,,,, 8 9 EVANS' THE SMITH Two Drug Stores CLEANING North Side Square- East Side Square 6 R035-Wefed PhCl"m0Ci5f-9 "The Place of Greater Carey To Fill Your Doctoris Prescriptions ' Newmkf Ohm Phone 2758 Two Hundred Five 'GZORNELL 24 NORTH PARK NEWARK, OHIO MENS WEAR CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1949 Congratulations to the Graduating Class C 8t B NEWS C011g7Y1f1lIllfi01l.S' lo Hu' CLASS OF -1949 BEVERLY SHOP Newarkis Exclusive Hat Shop GAGE HAT SHOP 6 West Church Street 28 West Main Street Newark, Ohio Renneckar, Roberta ....... .Y....... 7 7 Richter, Valentine ....,.... ............,........ 7 2 Rennecker, Marjorie J. ...... ........ 1 09, 44 Richkrich, Carol Jean ........ ........v...... 7 2, 109 Reynard, Richard F. ......... ..,...... 7 7 Ridenbaugh, Eugene ....,.. .....,..,. 6 5, 110, 148 Reynard, Robert S .......... .....,.. 1 51, 44 Ridenbaugh, Leland ,.... ........................ 7 2 Rhodes, Cecil G. .,...... .........,.....,, 6 5 Ridenbaugh, Lena ........... .......... 1 09, 110, 45 Rice, Alice Eileen ...,.,... .,..,.,. 1 00, 44 Riehl, Susan Jane .,...,. ........ 7 2, 109 Rice, James W. ,,...., .,....... 7 7 Riley, George Albert .......... ............ 7 2, 146 Rice, Janet ........... ......... 6 5 Riley, Nancy Jane ............... ......... 1 55, 45 Rice, Patti ...,....,...... ..,...,.....,.. 1 65 Riley, Thomas Patrick .............. 72 Richards, B. Jean .......,. ,,....., 1 52, 44 Rine, Bonnie .......,......... ,............, Richards, Charles .... ................. 8 5 Rine, Gerald ..,........,.. ................. 7 2 Richards, Hallie ................ ........ 1 55, 44 Rine, Phyllis ...... ........ 6 5, 113 Richards, James .....,,............. .....,........ R ing, Larry ..... ......,.,...., 8 1 Richardson, Barbara Ann .....,.... Richardson, Henry , .......... 81 Ritchey, Alice ..... Rivitz, Sandra .......... ........155 .......81 Richey, Alice .....,...............,. ..,.,.,....,,. R ivitz, Suzanne .......... ..,.... 5 2 Richey, Leon Eugene ...,... ........ 7 2, 146 Roberts, Beverly A. ....... ,...... 7 7 Richter, Janet .........,,,.,.., .,,,,......... 8 9 Roberts, David ........... ........r. 8 2 Richter, Ronald .......... ..,,.,,.., 8 9 Roberts, Earl Eugene .....,.... 72 G U T P H G n d Compliments H EN DE RSON of Home for Funerals C R I S S 59 North Fifth Street B R O S NEWARK ' Two Hundred Six G Th BOSTOIZIYSTOARE Quarter "The Ncwes For the Whole of a Century t at the Lowestv Family in lnfantsi, Girlsi, Iuniorsi, Missesi, M enis and Boys, READY-TO-VVEAR C ongratu lations to the Class of ,49 Brucker Complete 81 Mood C omyvlimants of The DAIRY 'CENTER GOOD MILK SHAKES Congratulations to the Class of ,49 Y Nework Bolrgolin Auto Service 51-'QE STQRE 493 Mt' Vernon Road 25-27 South Park Place Phone 36443 Newark, Ol1i0 NEWARK, OHIO Roberts, Electa Mae ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 109, 113 Rose, William .......,...,..,.,...,......,.... ........ 6 5, 111, 96 Roberts, Mrs. Ivan M ........ ......,....,.,...,......,,,..4.. 1 14 Rosebraugh, Bill Woodbridge ........ .........,........... 7 2 Roberts, Kenneth .....,.......,... ......,. 1 25, 141, 148, 45 Rowe, Betty joan ..r....................... ....... 6 5, 45 Robinson, Donald G .,.,........,.. ..,..,........,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, R owe, Billy Lee ,..,......................,............................. Robinson, Donna Jean ....,...., ....,.,..,,.,.,.......,.... 4 5 Rowe, Jo Ann .........A..................,................................. Robinson, Edgar Lee ..,..,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 4 5 Ruschaupt, Donald Charles ................................ 72, 102 Robinson, Marjean ,,,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Rusic, Anna .................. 98, 107, 109, 112, 123, 45, 101 Robinson, Marjorie., ,,,,,,, 81, 115 Russell, Conrad E. .,.,......................................,......... 72 Roeder, Ronald ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Russell, Mrs. Virginia .................................................. 16 Rogers, Betty Marie, ,,,,,,,, 65, 113 Ruton, Bernard C. .... ........,.............,.... , ...45 Rogers, Eddie ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 8 5 Ryan, Edward W. ...... ....... 9 8, 111, 151, 46 Rogers, Fontell Minerva ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 4 5 Ryan, Suzanne .,........ ,,,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 7 2 , 109 Rogers, Grace Karen ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Roike, Daniel ................ . ...,.....,....... 129, 140, 45 S ROIGY, BCVFTIY LOU -fA--e---- --w----------.AY'------------ 6 5, 109 Salyer, Junior .....,....,...,.....,....,. ......, 8 5 Roof, DZIVIC1 Gordon .....,,,.,.........,.,...,,,,.,.,, 65, 111, 149 Sands, Alice L, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,-- --,-,,- 4 6 Rfmf, Gladys Eileen ----------,-,----- 98, 110, 1122, 45, 108 Saum, Darlene WVovalene ,,.. ....... 7 7 Rwf, Bi?h1lfd SYCln0Y ----A-A,---A-'---------------------,4.-......... 72 Saylor, David Lee ............ .,,..,, Rose, 5lUfl0Y ANU ----'-----f---- ------,,-.---.---.......,..,...... 7 2 Saylor, Richard Allen ,,,,.,,, .,,,,,, 7 2 Compliments of . Compliments The Pure Oil Company of Heath Refining Division Newark, Ohio Two Hundred Seven Compliments TOOTHAKER Congratulations to the CLASS OF ,49 1 ef efsuoess CANTEEN SERVICE R. W. lBobl Richcreek Of Newark 772 Hudson Avenue Real Estate Q., 97 West Main Street Newark, Ohio NEWARK, oH1o Q ' 'W vuu S At Your Service With All Kinds of Confections Schaller, Barbara ......,...... .....,.,.,...,...,.. 8 1, 82 Senff, Richard L ................. ........ 6 5, 113 Schaller, Mary Louise ........ .............. 6 5, 109, 112 Sennett, Ellen Dee ................ .............. 4 6 Scheiber, Jeanne ............ ,..,..,.,....,.......,........,,.. 7 2 Sensabaugh, Mary Belle ..,..,.... ........... 8 5 Schick, Ray ...................... ........ 2 1, 128, 141, 150 Shaner, Irvine Lewis ............ .........,...,,...,., 7 2 Schick, NVilliam Allen ........ ..,...,...........,... 7 2, 119 Shaw, Robert .,............,...... ........................ Schlosser, Bonnie L. ....., ........ 1 00, 109, 110, 46 Shell, Ruth E .....,...... ......... 1 07, 113, 46 Schmitt, Harold Glenn ..... ...................,.,,..,., 4 6 Sheeler, Ralph ....., ........................ 7 2 Schmutzler, Alice Jane ........ ..,..,,,..,,.... 7 2, 109 Sheets, Harold .,,...... ....,..,....... 1 51 Schonherg, Toni ........,........ .,........,.....,.,,,,,,.,.. 8 1 Shibler, Franklin ...,, ,..,.................... ..,.................. 8 9 J Schroats, Richard Pryor ..... ,.,,,,,,,, 6 5, 111, 140 Shibler, WVilliam .................,....................,..,.......,....,, 65 Schultz, Janet Louise ..,..,... ..,.............,,.,,,,. 7 2 Shields, James ...............,............,................. 65, 111, 147 Schultz, Mary Joanne ......... ..,,.,,,,,.,.,.,.,.,. 6 5 Shields, Susan Jane ........ 98, 102, 107, 110, 112,, 155 Schultz, Rohert .......,,..... ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 A 46, 95 Scott, Carol .....,..,..,.... .....,.....,..,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 xv Shockley, Jeanine S. ..,......,.............,.. .,,.,,,,...,..,,,t,, . Scott, Charlotte Sue ......... .,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,...,,,, 7 2, 109, 96 Shockley, Ronald B. ,..... ...,.,. 7 7 Scott, Patricia Ann ..,..,,.,.,...,,,, 65, 109, 110, 112, 155 Shoe, Gerald R. ......,....... ............,,,,i 7 2 Scott, Vernahelle ,.,..,,.., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G 5, 112 Shoemaker, Don Lee .....,... ...,.,...,,,,....,.,..,i.i....,....,.. 7 7 Scim, Roger ....,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 41 Shoemaker, Richard ...... ,.,.....,..,...,,,....i....,,.,,..,..,... 6 5 Seiter, Richard D ,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 111, 95, 96 Shreve, Barhara Jean ....... ...,.,,, 5 18, 107, 109, 46, 101 Ray P. Murphy's . Compliments of Central Ohio Soles Co. 16 MM Motion Pictures Anchor and Ampro Sound Projectors Television Sales and Service 138 E. Main St., Phone 2900 Two Hundred Eight Compliments of BEAVER Auto STQRES 62-66 East Main St. Newark, Ohio Compliments of LAU N DE RRIT E HOT POINT APPLIANCES TELEVISION AND RADIO BEARD ELECTRIC Phone 6077 38 South 3rd St. Congratulations to Class of 1949 DINNER BELL Aufomchc RESTAURANT Self-Service Lound ry 34 West Main Sweet 50 N. Ilth Street Newark, Ohio Dofothl' Hageman and Glenn A1'U01d, O . Phone 34151 Wnels Shultz, Robert .............. .,... S locumb, Barbara Ann .,...... ........ 7 7 Sickles, Glenn ,........,...,...... ..... S mith Beverly .................... ..-....--.- 8 9 Siegel, Judy Jane ................. ,..,,,.. S mith Carl ...,....................,,,... ...................... 8 1 Siegle, George Donald ......,.. ....,.,.. S mith Carroll Richard .......... .......................... Siegle, Shirley ....,......,.,.... ..,........, S mith Clinton P. ............... .....l.............. 2 2, 106 Sillin, Lawrence ..............., ..,............... S mith, Don M. ................. ......... 1 41, 142, 145 Sillin, Mary Elizabeth .,...,. ........ 7 2, Smith, Dona lean .....,,... ................ 6 5, 109 Sinco, Mary Alice .....Y.. ...,... ................... S m ith, Esther Jean ....... ...................... 4 6 Simpkin, Margaret ...... ................................. S mith, F. W. ......l.... ........... 2 3 Simms, William ........., ......... Q ,....,,,.. G 5, 146, Smith, Frank .......... ........ 8 l Simpson, Arthur .,.,........ .,.........,.,................... S mith, jane ......,.............. ..,................ 8 I Simpson, I. Frank .,.,........ ....,..,,,r,,,,.,.,.,...,,,,,, S mith, Joanne .,...............,,,.. ...................... 8 9 Simpson, Marjorie Ruth .,.l.,. ,....,,... I 00, 46, Smith, Margaret Eugenia ........ ......... 7 2, 95, II9 Simpson, Orville ............... .. ...,................... Smith, Mildred Agnes ............ ,..............,,.,... 7 2 Sims, Robert Franklin ....,. ,......,..,..,,,,,,.,,.,,.,, S mith Nell L. ......,.......,,. ,.............. 2 52. Skinner, Alice I. ................ ....................,......,..,, S mith, Patricia .......,..... ...............,.. 8 9 Slay, William Arthur ......, ..r.......,..,.....,,.,.......,..,. S mith, Patty ..,...... .,.,..... 7 2, 109 Slehodnik, Dona Jean ......,. ......... I 07, IIO, 113, Smith Paul E. .,....... ..,............ 6 5 Sloan, Frances ..,.....,..... .,.,,.....,.,................... S mith Rosalie E. ...,.. ..,........ 7 2 I Compliments M e I 1- O n S of D A I R Y B A R GREEN BAY FUR co. 76 West Main Street ICE CREAM - SANDWICHES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Carry Out Service Two Hundred Nine flff of on-Eoaor WELSCH ADA F. MYERS SHOP TIRE SHOP 29 South Fifth Street For Gifts "That Are Different and Distinctiuev Newark, Ohio 4735 North Third str-ea tongfafulfltfons Newark, Ohio to the Class of 1949 Smith, Shirley Ann ....... ........ 6 5, 10, 1910, 155 Stickle, M. Ellen .,......... ...,... 9 8, 109, 47, 108 Smith, Thelma J. ..... .................,............. 4 6 Stiff, Peggy Joanne ...,..,... ..,..,,.,...,..,............ 7 3 Smith, William .......... .v..................,... 7 2, 77 Still, Roy Thomas ...,..,.. ............................. 1 18, 47 Smith, Wilma .......... ................,,.,,.,,.,,,,.,,.,, 3 9 srough, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 Smuclier, Giles ..,.............. ........ 9 4, 98, 107, 47, 51 Stoeckmann, George .,,,...,..,.,,,... 19, 55, 106, 95, 97, 96 Smythe, Barbara L. ........ : ........,....... 72, 113 Stradley, Edward ,,,,,,,,,. ,.,,.,.,,,,...,,,,.,,.,,,,,,.. . 23, 119 Snelling, Mary LOU ........ ..................,...... f ,..., 7 2 Stradley, Grant .,,,,.,,.. ...,.,..,.,..,..,... 6 6, 102, 113 Snelling, Richard .......... 4.. ........... 65 Strait, Margaret ..,.... ............,........ 8 5 Snoor, Catherine Alice .....,. ,,,,,,,, 7 2 Strata, Linda L, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 SI100r, Jean ...................... ........... 8 9 Sturman, Louanna ...... ....... 6 6 , Snyder, Virginia ..... Sangler, A. C. ....., . Sorrell, Lorene ...... Speer, Robert L. .... . Speelman, Janice ..... Spellman, Joyce Spellman, Lois I. ...,.......... . Spence, .Dolores Mae .......,. Spencer, Anne ............... Spencer, Barbara ,.,..... Spencer, Jean .....,..... Spencer: Robert R. Spicer, Jimmy ......... Spiker, Gerald Z. ........ . Spitzer, Bernard ..... Springer, Gilbert ..... Springer, Kenneth Dale- ...... Spung, William ,.,,... Spurrier, William ..... 1 Squiggins, Walter .......,. Stalford, Richard Earle ...,... Stafford, William .,........... Staiger, Shirly Ann .,.,.... Stargell, Dorothy ........ Stasel, Patricia .....:.. l . Stasel, Shirley Ann..:. Stauch, Mary Lou .... St. Clair, H. C. .....,..,..., . St. Clair, Marguarita ......... Steed, Suzanne ..........,...,, Steele, Homer Charles ....... Steele, James Junior. Steele, Janice Sue ..... Steele, Jeremiai, Jr... Lois Jane ....... Steele, Steinberger, P. G ......... Steinberger, Robert ......... 100 ..-.......05 .....,...11l, 113, 47 "'.'.'.'e'5i,"'i00," fQfffffff73," 109, 112 ........72 ........89 ..73, 148 ........85 147, 119 110, 155 ..100 47 ..gsj.5, ,110 146, 147 115 1 19 ..73Q 146 ' 120 ........65, 113 Stemm, Barbara Ann ......... ....,.,..,,,,, 7 3 Stevens, Betty Jane .......... ..........,...,,.,.,.....,.. 2 5 Stevens, Betty Joanne ......... ,........,..,..,,......,...,,,,,... 1 0 Stevens, Robert ...........,.... ........... 6 5, 111, 140, 148 Stevens, Ruth H. ......................,.,.....................,.....,... 25 Stewart, Carl ........................................................ 65, 148 Stewart, Marilyn Frances ........ 65, 109, 112, 121, 122 Stichter, Josephine T. ................,....,.. 100, 118, 155, 47 Stichter, William, Jr. .......... ...................,,,...,,., 7 3, 146 Stickle, Claude ......... Stickle, Dorothy ..... Stickle, Harriett ......... .....,. 6 5, 109, 112, 95 Two Hundred Ten Styers, Chalmers L. Sullivan, Phil ........... Sutton, Richard ....... Swank, J. W. .................. . Swartz, Donald ................. Swartz, Macille Evelyn ......... Swartz, Mary Alice .................. , T Tart, Herbert .......... .............. Tanner, Charles ....... ...... Tanner, Donald F. ..... . Tanner, Helen ......... Taylor, Christina ........ Taylor, Dorothy ....... Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Harland ...... Margaret ........... ...... Mrs. Freda .................. Sue Ann .... 2 ............... 98 ...fffee ...........89 23 47 ........100, 82 .......31, - 89 go , 107, 110 William R. ................................. . Teagarden, Raymond ......................... , .... Thomas, Donald Gene ........ Thomas, Jeane L. ........... . Thomas, Lois .............. Thompson, Bonita ,....... Thompson, Mae ......, Thompson, Marie ........ .........,............. Thropp, Jack Atkins ................. Tignor, Ruby Pearl .............. 98, Toland, Robert Franklin ........ Tolliver, Donald L. .......... . Tomlinson, Joy L. .......... . Toothman, Deloris Mae ....... Trimble, Norman .......... Tripp, Betty .................... Tripp, Richard Eugene ...... Truex, William Earl ........ Tucker, Cynthia Sue .... Tull, Roy ................. Turk, Joan Mae ......... Turk, Mrs. Roy ......... Turk, Roy ...............,.... Turner, Barbara J. ...... . Turner, Donald .......... Turner, Janet .................. Turner, Rolland Luther ..... Tyrer, Lucile .................. '105."110,4 Tilton, Allan David .............................1...... 47 47 55 107, 123, , 112, 47, 95 .........66, 151 107, 113, 47 ..73, 104, 96 112, 48, 108 66, 104, 111 73, 102, 113 73 f1fff06."155 mffffffffss ....,.,....48 113 .........ee, 113 ................114 .ea 109, 110 .......73 .......31 Compliments Of D O N E F F'iS Fine Foods 45 South Second Street W T GRANT CO Newark? Ohio Bakery - F ood Market - Restaurant U Unternaker, Lcwis Calvin ,,.,.... Upclike, Arlene M. .,.,............. ...,.......... 6 6 Utterback, Janet R. ......,...,............................... 73, 109 V vain, Lula .....,............ ......,..... 1 00, 102, 113, 48, 101 Vaia, Pauline G. ....... ..........,..........,....,................. 7 3 vm, Ted ..,...................,.............1,....,. 140, 145, 147, 48 Valentine, Edward ....,.,......,........,,...,................,... 89, 85 Vander Hoven, Mona .,.. 98, 109, 110, 112, 48, 95, 108 Vandevender, Frances M. .,,.......,...,........................... 73 Vandevender, Harriett Anne .... .........,..,. 6 6 Van Fleet, Barbara .....,.............. .,,,,,.,..,,,....,,,, Van' Meter, Gene Delmar. ,.....,. ............... 7 3, 113 Van Meter, Joan .,................... .......,.,,,,,,..,,,, 8 1, 82 Vann, Marlene Sue ...,....,.... ...,,.... 6 6, 109, 112 Vann, Robert King ....... ......,...,,.....,....,, 7 7 Van Ness, Talbott ...,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 49, 48 Van Winkle, James .,........ ,,,,,.,,,.,,,, 7 7 Van Winkle, Lois Ann ........ ........ 7 3, 115 Vaow, Donald Artemus ..,...... ,,,,,,,,,,, Varasso, Anthony .......,,,.1,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Varasso, Eugene ....,..,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Varner, Allan ........... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Varner, Lloyd K. .,... .66, 111, 147, 151 Varney, Karl W. ............. ...,..,,...,....,..... 6 6, 113 Varney, Karl W. ............... ........,..,,,,..,.,.,,,, 1 14 Varasso, Anthony Joseph .... ,.,.,.,.....,......,. Varasso, Eugene C ..............,.. ...,.. 1 20, 48, 101 Vermilion, Dolores E. ..,.,,,..,. ,,,.,,,,, 1 00, 48 Vermilion, Juanita Ann ,.,........., ,,,,,,,, 1 13, 48 Vermilion, Marilyn Eillen .,....,,.,,. ,,,,,,,, 7 3, 113 Vermillion, Rachel- Barbara .,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Victor, Grace Maxine .,...,..,,.... Von Schriltz, James ............... 81 Walser, Vernon H. .....,. . Wanamaker, Dan El ........ Ward, Daisy ....,............. Warman, Tommy ....... Warner, Betty J. .... . Warner, Sharon ....... Warrick, Glenn - ............,. .'ffff.'fff55if'105122, Warthen, C. Robert ........, .............1........ 6 6, 113 Washburn, Rita ........... ' ................. Q ........... Q .... 89 Waters, Carol J ......... ......... 7 3, 109, 121, 96 Watson, James ............. ............ 1 .................. 8 9 , Watson, Norma Lee ........ 2 ................................... 7 3, 115 Watson, R. Gene, ....................... 1 ....................... 66, 147 WVeakley, Mary R ............. 66, 98, 109, 112, 49, 95 Weaver, Charles ...................................................... Weaver, Charles ..................................,................... Webb, Marilyn J. .... 100, 109, 110, 112, 124, 155 Weekly, Ruth E. ....... , ............................... f ,............ . . Weekley, William G. ................................. 4 ........... . Weisent, Robert A. ............ .... . Welch, Dorothy ................. - .... ..... Welch, William Edward ....... ..... lrVelker, Janice L. ............. .... . Weller, David ................ .,..,.. 4 9 Welsh, Dorothy, L. ........ .............. 8 5 Wenzel, Robert Lee ......... ....... 7 3, 96 Wessinger, Fred ......... ........... West, Richard D. ......, ...66 West, Roland ............... ........, 1 .... 8 9 Westlake, Bonnie J. ..... ,.,,............. 7 3 Wheeler, Denny ............... ........ 1 28, 49 Whipple, Marjorie Ann ...... ,,,,,,,, 7 3, 109 White, Arlene ................ .............. 8 9 White, Bonnie Jean ..... ..,.....,. 6 6 White, Carl ............. .,............ 8 9 Voorhees, Joan ..,,.....,... .,.,... ,,,,,,, W Waddell, Paul ...... , .,....,,.,,,.... , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 Waddell, Paul ...........................,,..........,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 147 Wade, Ruth Janet ...,.,,.,,,...,,........,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 113 Waggoner, Chandler Chutter..66, 192, 106, 113, 121 Waggoner, Margaret Blodget ....... .98, 102, 109, 112 48 101 2 Williams, Waites, Wagner, Wagner Wagner 7 Wagner, Delores ........................ , Hariet Louise ........ Roland B. ....... . Roy .................. Alice ..............,..,,.. Walburn, Rose Marie ..,....,. Waldren, Dorothea ........ Walker, Carol G. ....... . Walker, Eleanor ......... Walker, Philip W. ...... . Walker, William ..... Wallace, Nancy A. ........ . Wallenberg, Richard ...... Wallett, Donald ......... 109 ..,........se 115 ..,.,...ee, 110 ..,,....100, 49 109 ..............66 ..........89 Wliite, Donald P. .....,,. ......,.., 6 6, 96 ' White, Douglas Lee ....., .,,..... 7 3, 147 White, Roger Dale ....... ...........,,, 7 3 White, William ................ .,,.......1..,,.1 8 1 Wickham, Nancy VJ. ............ ......,., 6 6, 113 Wickland, Ann Karolinc. ..,........ 73, 113 Widrig, Dale ......,..,,.,...,, ,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Wigt0D, Sue E. .... .......,, 7 3, 109, 121 Wilden, Carol W ...... .,,,... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Wiley, Sally ..........,.,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 ' 81 Wiley, Walter .,............., VVilkin, Susan R. ........ 66, , , , .. , , Willey, Sandra J. ........ 73, 105, 109, 112, 123, 95, 97 Wllley, Walter ,............... ''04'7100"'110"'1'5s"'i1I554A' Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams Wiiiiamsf Williams Williams, Williams Clyde Kenneth .....,......,,...,..... Doris Marie ........ Dorothy B. Helen ........... Joann ............ Mary M. .......... . Robert Thomas ..... Virginia ............, Warren E. .... . Willing, Mary .............,. 95 109 ..............66 ...Wee ...Wee ...........s5 .......66, 11 Two Hundred Eleven Avg.. 3 or C ongmfulations CLASS OF 1949 BETTY GAY ABBOTT'S Shoes for All the -Family Fitted by -X-Ray 9 South Park Place Newark, Ohio A AN INSTITUTION Devoted to the Selling of FINE FOODS V For More Than Half a Century M U R P H Y'S FOOD MARKET Established in 1886 OQ D. HCJLLAR ' AND soNs ' Maytag Washers Cornbustioneer -Stokers , Plumbing and Heating Plumbing that Stays, Service that Pays Two Hundred Twelve Wills, Everett Donald VVills, Ralph .,..,.., J .... T ,..., VVilson, David E. ....' ....,....l . Wilson, David Richard ..,,,i.., Wilson, Earl ...................... W'ilson, Jay ,...............,. . .... Wilson, Jo Anna ......,.. VVilson, Mary E. .,.... . Wilson, Paul .......,....,,.. Wilson, Richard E. ....,. , Wince, Bernard ......,,. Wince, John ............ Wince, , Marjorie .,.,...... ..,.... - U73 ,,,.,.f..85 49 ,..,.......ecs ........RV ...Wee ........,66, 109 Wince, Nancy ....................,..,, .....f......... Winter, Charles Frederick ..,,.,.,,, ,....... 6 6 VVinter, Minnie L. ..........,.....Y,. ....... . Winternrute, Darrell ......,,. ........ 1 6 Wise, Donald ............,.. ......,.... 8 9 Wise, Patricia ........,., .................. 5 3 Worley, John .........,..,.., ,.,,,.,.....,....... 1 51 VVolfe, Delores Ann ........,.. .......,........ 7 3, 113 Wolfe, Dorothy .,....... I ...,....,... ,,r.... 1 00, 113, 49 Wolfe, James Edward .,..... .,,................. 1 13 Wolfe, Janet Ruth ,...,,.,,,.Y, ' Wolfe Shirley Ann ...,,.,.. Woodruff, John .,.,.,.. Woolard, George ..,...r, 113 150, 50, 108 Woolard, Helen .,.,............. ...,,,.....,... 7 3, 115 Wooles, Barbara Ann ..,,,,,, ......... 9 19, 155, 50 Wooles, John .,,,.,............ ,,,,...,.... 7 3, 147 WVoltjen, Nancy L ..,,,...,.,.., Woodruff, Wanda L. ,..,. . Wright, Arlene ..,.,....... Wright, Eloise F. ,.... . XVright John ............. YVright, Max Allen i.,.,,,,. VVright, Nellie R ......... VVright, Shirley E. ,,,,. ,ii.. . Y Yaus, Larry .,.,.......... .............. Yockey, Elcanor . ,..,,,.. .,..,,. Yost, Barbara L .... 1 ..... Yost, Ernest ...., 3 ,i.,.,... Yost, Kenneth .........,.,,, Young, Yount, Franklin ..........,........ 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