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Page 10 text:
JAMES WARDEN ROACH
Buckeye Lake claimed the life of James
Warden Roach on May Sl, l953. He was
a member of the ninth grade at Lincoln
Junior High School. Active in choral en-
semble and operetta at Lincoln, Jimmy was T
well liked by students and faculty alike. TOOTHAKER
His friends and teachers will miss him over
WILLIAM ROGER TOOTHAKER AND JERRY PHILLIPS
The murderous highwayman of the
Twentieth Century, Automobile, snuffed
out the lives of William Roger Tooth-
aker, sophomore at Newark High School,
and Jerry Phillips, freshman at Roosevelt
Junior High School, during the evening of PHILLIPS
September 26 when, as they rode out of
a side road onto Granville Road on a motor-
scooter, they found themselves in the path of a speeding car coming from the
west. The accident occurred around ten o'clock in the evening. Phillips had
succumbed to his iniuries by the time the ambulance reached the hospital, Tooth-
aker expired about ten minutes after he entered the hospital.
Roger Toothaker was a member of the band and played in the saxophone
sextet. At Central Junior High School he had been a member of the lightweight
basketball team. ln addition, he was a Boy Scout and a baptized and confirmed
member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Jerry Lee Phillips had just entered Roosevelt Junior High School in Sep-
tember of 1953. He attended Newark Township School before coming to Roose-
velt. He was in chorus and was manager of a basketball team.
Their early exodus from this life was a shock to friends and teachers. Long
after their tragic demise they will linger in the memories of their friends.
Page 9 text:
HOME ROOM AGENTS
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Richard Touvell Vicki Eis
Assista nt Business
Robert De Mooy
Donna Jean Miller
Lois Anne Dyer
Mary Jo Lusetti
213 Frank Beckman
Harry V. Smith
Sue Ann Denman
402-Rose Ann Feeney
405 Donna Sanders
Page 11 text:
In June of 1953 Miss Bertha Lois Crilly announced her
retirement from teaching in the Newark school system. Miss
Crilly began teaching in 1910 at Elizabeth, Illinois, where she
taught English and Latin. In 1911 she came to Newark to
teach in the fifth grade. In 1913 she moved to Newark High
School where she taught English and journalism until her re-
tirement. ln September of 1924 she became critic of the
Reveille Annual and the Reveille News. The 1943 yearbook
was the last annual she piloted to publication, however, she
continued as adviser to the Reveille News until it suspended
publication in May of 1952. In addition to English and pub-
lications, Miss Crilly was adviser to the College Club. ln the
past she also coached school plays.
Miss Crilly held the bachelor of arts degree from Deni-
son University and the master of arts degree from The Ohio
State University. She had pursued further study at Columbia
University, Middlebury College, and Northwestern Univer-
Miss Crilly's course in senior college English was one
of the finest in the state. Much was the praise from many
of her former students who attended colleges and uni-
versities concerning the thorough preparation they had re-
ceived in her classroom. Her resignation is a great loss to
the school, but her many former students, friends, and col-
leagues wish her well in her years of retirement.
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