Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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It makes no allowance tor "out of season" or in season. . CORRECT DRESS does not signify vanity or foppery, any more than the pursuit of college athletics, such as football, implies that a young man will grow up to be a bruiser or a rough-neck, instead ot a lawyer, an engi- neer or a merchant. Dress exercises a deep and direct influence upon a young man's deportment. Lei him assume evening clothes, and subconsciously, he becomes more courtly and polished: more deferential toward women and more thoughtful and tacttul in his relationship to others. CHARACTER GOOD TASTE GOOD CLOTHES Dress Well and Succeed FASHION PARK CLOTHES FOR MEN - SAMPECK CLOTHES FOR BOYS DOBBS HATS - MANHATTAN SHIRTS - SUPERBA CRAVATS NUNN-BUSH SHOES - INTERWOVEN HOSIERY THE ROE EMERSON STGHE CLOTHES - HATS - FURNISHINGS - SHOES QUALITY - SERVICE - COURTESY SINCE 1887 ll S. West Side Square, Newark Two if RW IN NEWARK IT'S Ph M U E L L E R ' S for PHOTOGRAPHS Why pay more or accept less? 2921 3456A d 4 newark Qgzfzoof THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION A. P. I-IESS Ford-Zephyr-Lincoln PI-IALEN :SK CUNNINGI-IAM Chevrolet ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. DeSoto-Plymouth SPOI-IN ci MORIN Buick A CURRAN MOTOR CO. Olds-Lc1Scd1e RUGG MOTORS Pontiac RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Studebaker E. A. BRYAN MOTOR CO. Dodge-Plymouth Cgfze meveifle NEWARK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL EDITOR George Shinn Newcrrk, Ohio l N Q N Y r Ii S 4 if Elm Ig Q , M i, I 9 4 I VOLUME 31 BUSINESS MANAGER Robert A. Ienkins WHITES STUD1os QE A Good Photograph is with you olwoys Phone 4465 For Appointments C6188 CQLL I' Abbott Shoe Company Advocate Printing Company, The Airesman Electric Company Alban, Sam Company, The Art, H. L., Ieweler Balfour, L. G. Besanceney Furniture Company Betty Gay Shop Borden's Dairy G Ice Cream Company Burch Gift Shop Burke Golf Company, The 4 Callander Cleaning Company Carlile Furniture 61 Rug Company Carroll, lohn I., Department Store Central Ohio Sales Company, Inc. Chatterbox Restaurant City Rapid Transit Lines Claqqetfs Dairy Crane-Krieg-Flory Company Criss Brothers Davis Company, The Dowlinq Music Company .j?cfvertz'sers Edmiston Book Store Company, The Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Ewald Equipment Company Foley's Dairy Bar Gift Box Grant, W. T., Company Gutliph and Henderson Halbrooks Florists Hamburger Inn Haynes Brothers Hermann, George 1 Hollar, O. D. and Son I-lolophane Company, Inc. Horner's Newark Paint Company ' Hub, The Hull's Hunter, G. B. Kinq's Kresge, S. S. Company Licking Laundry Company, The McCament, E. V. TH MEN 996 it it C55 120 T ' ,.,. .. Afll :QT was-..,:ng,LHakL. .,ie5gfg?ffi52:.:e I .--' Pt Ten Qui' .jqcfvertisers McDonnell's Shoe Store McKirn Supply Company McMichael Music Studio Mackenzie Diamond Store, The Maybold's Shoe Store May-Fiebeger Company, The Mitchell, I. M. Montgomery, Merrill R. Mueller Studio Murphy Market New Arcade Theatre Newark Auto Dealers' Association Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Coca Cola Bottling Company Newark College of Commerce Newark Engraving Company Newark Fashion Newark Recreation Center Newark Telephone Company, The Newark United Tire Company Ohio Power Company Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Penney, I. C. Company Pieffer, George Pounds Flower Shop Rankin and Rankin, Inc. Sawyer's Market Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Smith Cleaning Company, The Star Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Steely's Shoe Repair Shop Stewart Brothers and Alward Company Superior Welding and Machine Company Tate, E. L. The Gas Company Tracey, Walter D. Union Electric Shop Valet Shop Cleaners W'ebb and Webb White's Studios Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. Wright's Restaurant V .... ,, , P t'i 3 Eleven ftnoiziuts THE STORE FOR SMART YOUNG WOMEN ' Featuring Exclusive Fashions CARLYE IUNIOR DRESSES DORIS DODSON IUNIORS SHIRLEY LEA DRESSES WOOLART COATS GOLD STRIPE STOCKINGS BARBIZON LINGERIE -meveiffe Staff ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Carol Anderson Robert A. Ienkins Dorothy Goodin Harrod Cole William Hall Carol Anderson Hazel McKinnon Ida Ruth MacDonald lean Richardson Shirley Love Lois Hodge Pauline Padgett Helen Hickey Betty Cunningham Richard Dunn Eleanor Brooks Mary Dunwoody Mary Alice Howard Virginia McDaniels Ruth Layman Ianice Hay lean Baird Grace Mae Adams Betty Moore Eva Mae Atherton Ruth Anne James Betty Noblick Elizabeth Matis Reva Hoskinson Margaret Fry Beulah Armstrong Virgil Lehman Ieanne Besanceney Marjorie Lightle Edna Smith Twelve Ruth Anderegg Margaret Bower Iune Christofterson Iohn Deering Iohn Haziett Iulie Henzy Elaine Horwitz Martha Lehman PHOTOGRAPHERS Robert Harvey Owen Heatwole Paul Zieher Qusiness Staff' Ieanne Besanceney, Associa Marjorie Walters te Editor Robert McDonald Ann Marshall Patricia Norpell Marjorie Price Eugene Roof Fred Ryan Virginia Scott Norton Suter ARTISTS Geraldine Minor Bettie McCloskey Margaret Gerlach Robert Mills 9 STGJRE. 5 evmk l-PAPER "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS" Thirteen 2 3 4 5 6 7. 8 9 10 WHY IT PAYS TO SHOP AT PiENNEY'S Operating Ozfcr 1500 Stores Ain 48 States You save because We sell at small profit. You save because we sell only for cash. You save because we pay low spot cash prices. You save because we buy direct from manufacturers. You save because We buy in eco- nomical quantities. You save because we eliminate unnecessary handling. You are sure our standards never vary. You are always sure of first qual- ity merchandise. You find the same values in every Penney store. Your purchases are safeguarded by our laboratory. 6-8-10 EAST PARK PLACE 11 You don't pay for store-keeping frills. 12 You don't pay credit office ex- pense. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 You don't pay for delivery service. You never pay more than your neighbor. You pay the same low prices Whenever you shop. You pay nothing extra for our Lay-Away budget plan. You make your selection from large assortments. You always are offered the newest fashions first. You are always sure of courteous service. You benefit from our 36 years of experience. Your local Penney store has na- tion-wide prestige. NEWARK, OHIO Compliments of the CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES Fourteen ground QS3ClZOOl I PI CONGRATULATIONS ---- CLASS or 1941 May Your Future Be Filled With Success And Memories of Newark High Live On NEWARK'S GREATER FURNITURE STORE Where One Finds Everything for the Home S -THE NEAR I Ulllll H1019 IIYARKG "Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive" Let GAS do the 4 big Iobs . . . in your home Cooking Water Heating Refrigeration House Heating dzfie A'-3 "'o'E"s"rJ' T c 0 s 'r . . . FT '7 Y s !'B:g:, OC 19 ratory -gn the new Quifding 0061-a fy EOCDDI COOKED ELECTRICALLY TASTES BETTER Come in cmd See Our BEAUTIFUL HOTPOINT RANGES Teddy I A RANGE EOE EVERY NEED T vw OHIO POWER Ca LM CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1941 Wishing them success cmd hdppiness for the future The IOI-IN I. CARROLL Store N K cglze Qy4nnas4'u411 kgnsicfe ana! Qui I N 1 Our heartiest congratulations to the graduating class with best Wishes for much success and happiness for their future. 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' '.- . -X -r-11-.tu ,.-.H 5. i- ' . . . -'ff 5 K TT: , . -er J . -if .,, -'Z . . .. .U-9 ' -' - A' The part played by democracy and democratic education in our school system has been chosen for the theme of the l94l Reveille Annual. In a World torn by the chaos and devastation of war, democracy, or the principles of Americanism, in education as Well as in government is our greatest insurance for the future. Because of the present world crisis the schools as well as the great industries have a present duty to perform and are doing their part for national defense. The choice of this theme has been made in order to express an apprecia- tion of our present freedom through the American Way of life as exemplified in the greatest democracy in the World and to instill a desire for its preservation. As our school system is perhaps one oi the first steps in the making of a good American citizen, it is therefore vitally necessary that such a theme be stressed in our modern education. Twenty-Two Qecfica tion The 1941 Reveille Annual is respectfully dedicated to Miss Bertha L. Crilly, member of the English and lournalism department of Newark High School. Miss Crilly received her A. B. from Denison University and M. A. from Ohio State University. ln additon, she has done graduate Work at Middlebury Col- lege, Northwestern University, Ohio State University, and Columbia University. Under her faithful guidance and 'careful supervision the Reveille Annual and Reveille Weekly have been improved yearly. The thoroughness of her work and the cheerfulness with which she has given her time and talent are appreciated by the entire student body. Twenty-Three Twenty-Four fl QI7'lOl"L.Cl4'l'l MB. C. W. KLOPP Iune 16, 1871 Ianuary 17, 1941 Newark High School and the entire Newark School system mourns the death of Mr. C. W. Klopp, who for thirty-one years had been music di- rector oi the Newark schools. During those years in which Mr. Klopp was associated with Newark Hiqh School, he displayed the ability to accomplish whatever he undertook, a faculty for cooperation in the proj- ects of the school, an untirinq patience with the students, and a cheerful dis- position. ' Q. ' s I 'N- X 3' fiebggkg ' J Ur 1 1 , ef 2 1 3, fi. ,.,?4fY- n X H . :ht A1 -DI Tv v E E. .'l . A "W F-1 ,421 xx is ' , V ' 2 r QQ ! .. .Aiiiif . S ' 'if' Qfqxu .. . I gl -- .I Au- if ffiil if xi. f -ffl'-J-9 g ' V 43Q5g,iQni?P "4-nl: 1 v." ' ' 'W' 1:i?fgqLqg:l.g:5fl, gf' -fffkj.. .Is-5-3. I .L X 1- :+iqi?,..' - , 1 Q' 'L I i f .If -a , ! N' '.. 1 I--x 1 . E1 - 13' gi 'Z 5 A iv. ' -311. 5- , iii- 1 3 ii: . 2 f 3 114 - Q r: 'Q' if ' oarc! Ol? gcfucation Seated-Mrs. Evelyn Hill, Dr. Roland Iones, Mr. Walter Keller. Standing-Mr. P. B. Edwards, Mr. Stacy Conrad, Mr. George Weaver, Mr. George Pie-Her, Mr. Walter Deweese. The Board of Education is composed ot prominent business men who han- dle the financial affairs of the city's schools. The financial policies of the schools and all expenditures must be approved by the Board. The super- intendent is appointed by it. The su- perintendent appoints the teachers with the approval of the Board. ln this time of national emergency, the Board has played an important part in the National Defense Training Program by conducting night classes for the city's industrial Workers in the high school industrial arts department. Twenty-Six Also the board has helped in sponsor- ing the ground school instruction course for Civil Aeronautics Admini- stration classes held in the gymna- sium building. Dr. R. W. Iones is the president of the Board: Mr. Walter Keller, associ- ated with the Holophane Company, is vice-president. The remaining mem- bers are Mr. George Pieffer, proprietor of the George Piefter Clothing Storey Mr. George Weaver, manager of the Oil Well Supply Co., and Mr. Stacy Conrad, proprietor of the Conrad Drug Store. Qgyuperintencfent P. B. EDWARDS B. S., Ohio Stcrte University M. A., Ohio State University Twenty-Seven Sprin czloal FREW Q. BoYD B. A., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University Graduate work at Ohio State University and Columbia University Twenty-Eight Vice - tmri-nczlzoaf GEORGE STOECKMANN B. A., Denison University Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, University of Iliinois, Graduate work at Ohio State University and University of Wisconsin M. A. Ohio State University Biology I I Twenty-Nine gnglislz . Y J , , E ' l .. E 5 P NS N X is xx Q XS 'X K XS , I ' x 'Q v v W v B. L. Crilly E. E. Thomas rl Hawke X Helen Lovin Dorothy Bline iii-.. , 4 nzathematzcs Nell Smith S. A. Cox G. W. Brown l. W. Swank Bertha L. Crilly - English, Journalism -- A. B., M. A. g"'lC!uSl""a! Hllts Eunice E. Thomas-English'- A. B.: M. A. U Mildred Hawke - English - Ph. B. Helen Lavin - English - Ph. B. Dorothy Bline -- English, Biology - A. B.: M. A. Nell Smith - English, History - B. S. Stewart A. Cox - English, Speech, Dramatics - A.B. xt X G. W. Brown - Mathematics - B. Pd. ,...--- I. W. Swank - Mathematics - Ph. B. C. A. Eckert B' S. Eliliclcexrltig-Director of Industrial Arts - Willis A. Whitehead - Industrial Arts - B. of Arch.: M. A. in Ed. lames S. Kirkpatrick - Industrial Arts-B. S. in Ed. Clarence C. Ross - Industrial Arts - A. B.: M. A. O. I. Barnes - Biology - B. S. C. E. Amos - General Physics - Practical Science B. S-7 Ph. D. ' ' ' F. W. Smith - Chemistry, Practical Science - M. A. l- S. Kirkpatrick C- C- ROSS lohn S. Lorr- Art-dB. A.: M. A. , i"l , ' ,, D , . . , 2 g y ,.., ' A ,Q Science anal .Rift sy ones ssse ,XC arnes Carroll Amos F. W. Smith lohn S. Lorr f., D Gonzmercia! - rr .. if Q - X A . X 2 t X . s 1 x Xe X K 1 X . X s N X X .Sei M X V-G . 1 K I I Dorothy Robb L. G. Millisor i7 'Q ohh. M. L. Huffman P. H. Sager ore-zgn efanguages Q W S 1 : -Se. 5:11-S :-fs stwiir 'V A " - i v Z 1 F! 5 -A .sgt 1-12.:i1ei' ' ' ' ' ' -. .ft .Q -t " -Q, . ,te ' B. W. Dornbirer .gift letics Edgar Sherman C . E. Orr Luther Hanshue C. P. Smith Pauline McCreary I. T. Passman Loyd G. Millisor - Stenography, Bookkeeping, Head ot Commercial Department, Rochester Normal University. Dorothy Robb - Stenography, Typewriting -- A. B. Mary L. Huffman-Stenography, Typewriting- Bliss Business College. P. H. Sager -- Bookkeeping - A. B., B. S. Irma Fisher - Dean of Girls, Home Economics -B. S. in Home Ec. B. W. Dornbirer- Salesmanship, Personal Book- keeping-B. S. in Iournalisrnp B. S. in Ed. C. P. Smith - Latin, Debate - A. B. Pauline McCreary - Latin, French - A. B. Iames T. Passman - German, French, English - B.S. Rosa A. Pugh - American History and Civics - B. S. Laura E. Hosick - American History and Civics - A. B.: A. M. Florence Boyd - Modern History, General History - B. S. in Ed.: M. A. Edwyn Dickerson - General Hisotry, English - A. B., M. A. Edgar Sherman - Assistant Football Coach, Eco- nomic Geography - A. B. C. E. Orr-Athletic Director, Salesmanship, Eco- nomics-A.B. Luther Hanshue - Football Coach - Economic Ge- ography - B. S. in Ed. gl . 01712 8COl'l,OI7llCS L Q s X Ei X 3. .. , . ti, A . .525 hiifiigfi . it ' 'R , .Qs :P F-ti. . L Irma Fisher dqistory R. A. Pugh L. E. Hosick Florence Boyd Edwyn Dickerson mUSl.C ysica! ucation ' ' ' ' ' ' .. . -fi. pl. ' - ie .. .. . lgqiyis gg. .L -. gi-.. .f-' Sf t 25-Bi -. "" ,mei T hi s . 1 Q Sum Gelfel' Dwight Campbell Wendell lanes Florence Myer A. B. Long I Sam Geller- Supervisor of String Instruments - M Institute of Applied Music, New York. 1 , -' ! D AIX eliibra J " f ' ls Il Dwight Campbell - Supervisor oi Wind Instruments - ' - - B. S. fb Wendell Iones - Supervisor of Vocal Music - B. S. Blanche Hills In Florence Myer - Physical Education - B. S. A. B. Long-Director of Physical Education-Pun . due University. office Blanche Hills -- Librarian - A. B.: B. S.: M. A. Mary E. Barnes - Secretary to Principal. M. E. Barnes arent cgeaclzers ssocia tion l Mrs. Ralph Schisler, Mrs. Andrew Evans, Mrs. Harlen Tiebout, Mr. F. C. Boyd, Mrs. Charles O. Harris. i :C s vm A 1 P X r ' If ir 1940 QFTZQ -.HTYUGITJS 1 Each year the Harvard Cup is awarded to the best all-around boy for the purpose ot encouraging attend- ance at Harvard College. Frederick Tiernann received the 1940 cup. The students who had the highest average based on their work during the three years in senior high school were Betty Duncan, Shirley Swigart, and Frederick Tiemann. A medal is awarded by the Eta Sigma Pi Fraternity of Denison Univer- sity ior the highest average of tour years of Latin. Xenia Athan merited the medal last year. The prize for the highest average in advanced French was given to Betty Duncan. A prize of tive dollars, awarded each year by the German Maennerchor to the student having the highest mark in German was won by Katherine F eldner. The Roosevelt history prize was awarded to Betty Duncan and William Berson, the girl and boy having the highest averages in American history. The lndustrial Arts Scholarship Award was won by Kenneth Stage. Thi ly Four Marian Andrews was presented with the William E. Miller Memorial Prize of twenty-five dollars, which each year is awarded to the student having the highest average in three years ot English. The Leland Baxter, Ir., memorial award, given to Arthur Armstrong in 1940, is awarded to the boy or the girl who has done the most outstand- ing work in journalism. He must have been enrolled in journalism in his junior and senior years, have at least an average rating in his other sub- jects, and complete the college pre- paratory course. Ioan Schofield was the winner ot the Commerce award merited by her excellent work in the commercial course. The winner is judged accord- ing to his adaptability for a lite ca- reer in business, his application or industry in the commercial course, and his grades during the three years of high school. Clyde Shipp received the Athletic Trophy which is presented each year to the boy graduating with the best athletic record. Senior Glass Qfjqcers President - Idmes Buck Vice-President - Edward Allen Secretary - Willicrm Tait Treasurer - Robert McDonald Thirty-F ive Thirty-Six Grace Marie Adams "Gracie" I bare ll bear! will: room for every jo '. Constant Complaint-Haw ing to get up in the morn- ing. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Vice-President '40 Treasurer '41 Home Room Office '41 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Cheering Section '41 Business Stafi '41 Edward Allen "Snake Hips" Hr :mx .ru ,gvnvnllly riril Ilan! no om: lbrlllkeflf him for il. Constant Complaint-Guys velling, "He's a good boy." Student Council '39-'41 President '41 "N" Club '39-'40-'41 President '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Home Room Offices '39-'41 Varsity Football '39-'40-'41 Reserve Football '38 Varsity Basketball '40 Reserve Basketball '39 Boys' Baseball '39-'40 National Honor Society '41 Marjorie Grace Anderson "MaraV" True Happiueu .rpriugr from moderation. Constant Complaint-Slang Expressions. College Club '41 ardent Graphic Arts '40- Beulah Katherine Armstrong "Boots" I am lmihing if not .rim'ere. Constant Complaint-Only one period of chapel. Glee Club '41 Book Club '41 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Business Staif Elizabeth Azbell "Libby" ll"lJil.rl gum! Imturv ,rjmrbltxw in ber vgfxr. Constant Complaint-Not getting to see my out-of- town friends very often. Bicycle Club '41 Cheering Squad '4l Donald Eugene Bailey "Don" Turning to mirth all thing.: on earth fu only boyhood mu. Constant Complaint - Get- ting up in the morning. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 lunior Hi-Y '39 College Club '40 Track Squad '38-'39-'40 1941 Ella lane Alexander "lame" t y An honor to ber W-lgb potl- tiou, upright and erzergelzv. Constant Complaint-Try- ing to think of a constant complaint. Dramatic Club '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 - Secretary '40-'41 Sitiident Graphic Arts '40- Cheering Section '40-'41 French Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Carol Virginia Anderson "Denny" Frienrlx, if we be lalllltifl tl-'lib o1n'.rrlre,r, we .rlmll be lmncrt u'iIfJ mtl: other. Constant Complaint-lt's a secret. Glee Club '40 Sales Organization '40 Book Club '41 Vir inia Lois Andrews "Ginny" Honor' lie! in L70lIE.fl mil. Constant Complaint-Snap Quizzes. Girl Reserves '38 Mimeogranh Staff '40 National Honor Society '41 Eva Mae Atherton "Ellie" To ber a bi.r1or,t' :lan .feelin very Joppy She would mlber do ll flzmre or .romezbing mappy. Constant Complaint-I pre- ier B.B. guns to Rifles. G-Y '39-'40-'41 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Mimeogra h Staff '40-'41 Business Staff '41 Richard Neil Backenstos "Backy" Who mixer! rm.mr1 frilly plmrllrr ami 11'i.rflom with mirth. Constant Complaint - Not Enough Gym. lgigramural Basketball '39- lean Baird "leanie" . Great in all rbmgr but .flar- IIVE. Constant Complaint- Civics. Sales organization '41 Bicycle Club '41 Cheering Squad '41 1941 be ..BGldy.. Thin rrbirb mzw are it for I um lmlifefl in. ordon Adiel BQ11 And tze hen of me i.r dili- elif?- Constant Complaint - Four cylinder cars, with twelve cylinder horns. Room Agent '40-'41 Business Stall '41 Bob Vernon Baughman "Buck" Hix .rmiler are vrvr guy fuul bright No .ulfulirx bulbrr him al flight. Constant Complaint-Some one's "Uncle Roy." Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Secretary '41 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 Cirdoss-Country Squad '39- Intramural Basketball '41 William La Verne Beard "Benjamin B." flu l'rlI'llr'.II, .l'll'lll.Lfbl!IIl'H'1lI't'l mini. Constant Complaint - I. Madison Browne. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Book Club '41 Orchestra '38-'39 Band '38-'39 College Club '41 . Track '41 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Iohn Bebout "Iunior" Au bouvxl man flora bul- lurlezl' ro lbt' rlsill, Broad rlulb without :lml fx warn: lamrf -wiibin. Constant Complaint H A Shannon. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Iunior Hi-Y '39-'40 Intramural basketball '89 Beatrice Cory Belt "Bee" or "Bebe" lY"lw krmuu' ber Jmile lid! known her. Constant Complaint-Keep ing track oi my kid sister. Red Cross Council '39 Glee Club '41 Vice-President College Club '41 G-Y '39-'40 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Reveille Staff '39-'40 French Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Student Council '41 leanne Besanceney "leannie" That land b:'t'mz1e.f ligbl which if rbnwjully borne. Constant Complaint - So much to do and so little time to do it. Student Council '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 French Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 President Book Club '41 Room Agent '39 Business Stall '39-'40 Annual Stalt '40-'41 College Club '41 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 National Honor Society '41 Ruth Evelyn Barringer "Shorty" ll"'irh rl :mile an bar fun' flml 11 gleam in law' 4-jf. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to "Settle down!" Girls' Basketball '39 Girls' Baseball '38 Girls' Volleyball '38 Sales Organization '41 Robert Ellsworth Bazler ..BOb.. A !Il1lII'J flzararfvr if in llae rmlily of hinuelft. Constant Comp aint - Filth and sixth letters of alpha- bet QE FJ, Sophomore Hi-Y '39-'41 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Reserve Basketball '38339 Iunior Hi-Y '39-'40 Donald Bebout "Shorty" Never idle fz momrul, bu! rhriflj and fbnuglytflzl of oiberzr. Constant Complaint-Study Halls. Salesmanship Club '39- '40-'41 Mable Irene Becker 0110 uf rbore who uphold our rvpulaliou em' learning. Constant omplaint-Rainy days. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Bicycle Club '40-'41 David Orion Bennett "Doc" ll"b-0 mix'd reamn ufiila plcamre and wixdom fuilb mirth: If be had any Zuulrx, be lm: le-ll ur in dau 1. Constant Complaint - Engs lish Period. William Francis Bickel "Bill" He ix well paid llmt i.r wr-ll mtixfed. Constant Complaint-Davis talking about Kentucky, Varsity Football '39-'40 Thirty-Seven gl J X J' V i if if Carol lean Binger "Shorty" Good humor only learher clmrnu to lang Maker new ronquexlf and rnainluinr the pan. ' Constant Complaint - Mice and Marilyn. French Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Book Club '41 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41 President '41 Room Agent '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 Dorothy Ann Blarner "Deny" She barb a Jeriour look But when rise Jtdrll lo :peak yorfd be Juebrired. Constant omplaint-Any- thing that rattles. Girl Reserves '38 French Club '41 Book Club '41 Reveille Staff '40-'41 College Club '41 Glee Club '41 lohnstown, Ohio '38-'39 National Honor Society '41 G-Y '41 Norma Virginia Borcer "Norm" Om' rlronghlr and our ron- durlx are our own. Constant Complaint-1 don't Gel "il", Girls' Basketball '39-'4U-'41 Nyla Maxine Boss "Nell" Her riermff lhvy are llltllljf ber ol-.r, are iherc any? Constant Comp1aint-New- ark's thrill packed evenings. G-Y '40-'41 Lois Irene Bowers Gentle in D1?lb0d,' rrrolnie In acnon. Constant Complaint- Not enough holidays. Girl Reserves '41 Glee Club '41 College Club '41 Girls' Basketball '41 Girls' Baseball '41 French Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Eleanor Marie Brooks "Brooksie" By dialogue Ihr win: ber way. Constant Complaint - Ego- tist. Business Stall '39-'40-'41 Rifle Club '40 Thirty-Eight 1 941 Ellen lean Bixler "Palelace" If rise will, .rbe will. and you may depend on fl. Constant Complaint-Head Lights. Glee Club '40-'41 Ednamae Boggs "Eddy" Ambition lm.: no ferr. Constant Complaint-Long Homework Assignments. Dramatic Club '40-'41 Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Basketball '40 Frank Borroway "Nubbin" AJ ood ar goldg ar true dl Jffflg Senior Hi-Y '39 Treasurer Reserve Football '39 lxiilgramural Basketball '39s National Honor Society '41 Margaret Bower "Margy" A A I My tongue zulrlnln my llfll I rem For who lalkr mnrln 1111111 folk in rain. Constant Complaint-Frank ly, you ought to know. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Annual Stall '40-'41 College Club '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40 National Honor Society '41 Doris lean Bradley NDC.. Silenrv-the pride of rearon. Constant Complaint-Trying to keep up with the Champ. Girl Reserves '39 Mimeograph Stati '41 National Honor Society '41 lames Madison Browne "Brownie" - I never dare write ax funny ar I can. Constant Complaint-May I have this Waltz lWalt-zl? Senior Hi-Y '41 Home Room Oifice-'I'reas- urer '41 Book Club '41 Iunior Hi-Y '40 Orchestra '41 Band '38-'39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Intramural Basketball '394 '40-'41 Baseball '40 Shirley lean Browning "Lee" W'eoring all the wciglal oj learning or lightly ar a flower. Constant Complaint-Waib ing for that certain letter from Detroit every week. Cheering Squad '40 National Honor Society '41 Bicycle Club Vir inia Lee Buchanan " ussie" ight bride wa: Jlne, arm' full of rpiril. Iames Harold Buck "Herr Buck" A 1Ve gazed and Jtlll the won- der grew Tbat one :mall head rould carry all he knew. Constant Complaint-lckies on the high school faculty that don't dig my jive, Student Council '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '4Of'41 President '41 Home Room Otfice-Vice- President '39 Orchestra '39-'40-'41 Band '40-'41 College Club '41 Senior Class President '41 lhigiior Class Vice-President German Club VicefPresi- dent '41 National Honor Society '41 Imogene' May Butte ttlmierf A nature Jweet. rt difporition plearanl. Constant Complaint-Wait ing tor that certain "lord". Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Sales Organization Martha Ann Callander "Marty" or "Mae" Rare l'0IllP0llIld of quality noble and true. With plenty of .rmre mm' ood hwmor. too. Constant Complaint- Alumni. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 College Club Mary Geraldine Cates "Gerry" Good nature ir tl powerful magnet. Constant Comolaint-V-8's. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41 Cheering Squad '40 . Girls' Basketball '40-'41 1 941 Richard Frederick Brunner "Dick" What rare I wlswl l van lie dl V015 Kill lime, and lake life at 1tJ lzerl. Constant Complaint - The "cutout" on Gus's Ford. French Club '41 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Room Agent '40-'41 Iunior Hi-Y '39 Bicycle Club '40-'41 College Club '41 Boys' Baseball '39-'41 lnfgrairiiural Basketball '39, Victor Daniel Buchrnan "Buck" I tarkle thing: ar ibey rome. Constant Complaint--Wak- ing up at 7:30 ILM, Room Agent '38 Reserve Football '39 Intramural Basketball '39 Alan Campbell Burton A little rtomeme now and Lben lr folirlned by the wirerl IUPU- Constant Complaint-I-Den Know. Dramatic Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Home Room O!tices-Treas- urer '39, Vice-President '41 Band '37-'38-'39 Cheer Leader '39-'40-'41 Intramural Basketball '39- '40-'41 Der Deutsche Verein-Sec- retary '41 Forest Wayne Byers apron Laugh and lire, then learn. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain study halvl in "405" Golf '39-'40 Reserve Football '39 Intramural Basketball '39 "N" Club George Edward Camp "Dopey" A jolly good jvllou-' wher- ever be goer. Constant Complaint - Take ing English over. Room Agent '40 Varsity Football '36-'37 Varsity Basketball '35-'36 Hanover High School '35- '36-'37 Dale Ward Chaney Be rilent and .rafe-Silvnre never betrays you. Constant Complaint- Baugl1man's Beeting. Senior Hi-Y '39-'40 Track Squad '40 Cross-Country Squad '39 Intramural Basketball '41 Thirty-Nine Forty Robert Iames Cherry "Bus" Serene amidrf alarmr. Constant Complaint - Gas Stations. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Ruth Irene Clem "Ruthie" No! Kellagglf, bill .theft "pep" ill!! the Irlfllll. Constant Complaint- "Kent" you guess?? Debate '39 Dramatic Club '40-'41 Vice-President '41 Glee Club '41 President '41 College Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Band '40 French Club Hubert Cochenour Little we know of him, but what we know it ood. Reserve Basketball '38 Boys' Baseball '40 lean Lorraine Cochran Pt'l'J'E1'FI'dl1l.'t' and rbeerlnlrzerr are aluolulely irrerirri le. Constant Complaint-"team ie with the Light Brown Hair without "Dark Eyes." Dramatic Club '40-'41 Treasurer '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'4l- Secretary '41 Home Room Ollices - Vice- President '39-Secretary '41 Student Council '41 Secre- tary G-Y '40-'41 College Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Bettina Colville "Teenie" A rlneerful dirpoxiliou ir n fum! uf ready rapilal. Constant Complaint- People who don't under- stand. Girls' Rifle Club '41 Secretary-Treasurer '41 I-larlen Eugene Cotterman Still climbing after knowl- edge infinite. Constant Complaint-lt isn't E. H. C. French Club '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 Staae Manager '40-'41 College Club '41 1941 Ianet Marian Chrisman Sbe :eemr to brighten all our dayr. Constant Complaint-"Flos- sie Dramatic Club '40-'41 Colleqe Club '41 Girl Reserves '39 Business Staff '39 Band '40 Hockey '40 Girls' Baseball '39-'40 Leonard Morgan Clutter "Len" Il nlailerr not how long we live bn! bow. Constant Complaint - That tw e l ve o'clock whistle CP.M.l. Student Council '39-'41 Dramatic Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Vice-President '41 French Club-Secretary Room Agent '41 College Club '41 Frederick Hendren Cochran "Fred" l Quiet. Jet likeable, No! far! but ture, Plain wilbout .thaw ,' . But a true friend if erer there were. Constant Complaint - To keep out ol clubs and stuff. William Harrod Albert Cole "Bud" I Courreofzr be -um, and will- ing to be of Jervfice. Constant Complaint- P e o p l e pronouncing my name wrong. Bicycle Club '40-'41 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Room Agent '40 Business Stall '41 lwliliation Picture Operators Secretary-Treasurer '41 Intramural Basketball '39 Track Squad '41 Dan Richard Corcoran "Danny" l Not big, but rlxght able. Constant Comp aint- "8:29lf2" A.M. Dramatic Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Intramural Basketball '39 Cheering Squad '41 Salesmanship Club '40 Iack Willard Cotterman "Rusty" I am no proud lark, lik. Fulriad. Constant Complaint - Mak- ing Notebooks. Bicycle Club '41 Senior Hi'Y '41 Cheering Squad '41 Violetta Cramer "Letty" A umdext manner becamef a maid. Constant Complaint - My Nephew, Gail. Salesmanship Club '40 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Room Agent '39 Marvin Louis Crouse "Crousey" Will u ree that be ix n ood felliw. Constant Complaint - If l only had time. Cheerina Squad '41 Senior Hi-Y '41 Bicycle Club '41 Iacques Cullison "lack" or "Professor" I .ray nur ruurb but llilllk more. Constant Complaint-Reem try slips. College Club '41 Ralph Daniels "Buzz" Good rmlure ir of dai? ure. Constant Complaint- rying to ily an airplane. College Club '41 Boys' Baseball '40-'41 Max Davidson He ir truly great that if lillle in bimrelf, and maketh no arrouut of any beigbr of bonorx. Constant Complaint-Trying to explain football to girls. "N" Club '41 Senior Hi-Y '41 Home Room Office - Vice- President '41 Varsity Football '40 Reserve Football '39 Track S uad '40-'41 Collegeclllub '41 Betty lane Davis "Bet" Life 1l.'lll70Ilf laugbler would be a dreary blank. Constant Complaint - Art Davis. Bicycle Club '41 Mimeograph Club '41 Salesmanship Club '41 1941 Clggde Emerson Crawford UTS Kind at bear! and mind quite round, A friend you like to bare around. Constant Comcplaint-Carry me back to ol Virginia. Gordon Allen Crow "Crowbar" I .mind on Ihr brink of rl great mreer, W'on't 50018005 pleaxe .whore me of. Constant Complaint-Malo ing speeches. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 College Club '41 lriitramural Basketball '40- German Club Bette .May Cunningham Bet Surfer: comer in cam, Failure in tdlfli. Constant Complaint- Blondes will do. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Girls' Archer Club '41 Home Room Gftices-Treas urer '39-'41 Business Stall '41 Karl Robert Dames Af each bard taxk he lookr u bit, iben grin: Pull: of lair coat and buckle.: in and wiru. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain senior's 'fish" stories. Arthur Davis "Crash" An athlete and popular among otberr. Constant Complaint-Bickel and his line on I. T. "N" Club '39-'40 Vice-President '40 Home Room office-Pres? dent '41 Varsity Football '38-'39-'40 Reserve Basketball '38 Dorothy lean Deck "Dot" Everyone ran read the lan- guage af a rmile. onstant Complaint- Homework. Red Cross Council '39 College Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 G-Y National Honor Society Forty-One Dorothy Rose Deering "Dot" Knowledge ir a Irearure. but practice ir the beg' Io it. Constant Complaint- "Crackin " chewing gum. National ilonor Society Reveille Staff '41 Debate '39 College Club '41 Ann Driscoll "Dris" Care will kill a cat, lbere- fore. lefr be merry. Constant Complaint-"Art for art's sake and mine." French Club '41 Glee Club '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Girls' Archery Club '49-'41 Secretary '41 Cheering Squad '4l Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Hilda Ann Duifill "Tommy" A willing way, a friendly .rmile In ull, 1: girl who'r quite ufarrbwlvile. Constant Complaint-Work before pleasure, Bird Club '39-'40-'41 Knitting Club '41 Band '40 Lloyd Robert Dumm "Dummy" i I Hi: cuparify for joy ir im- ending. Constant Complaint - My Name. Sophomore Hi-Y Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 Cdoss Country Squad '40- Ruth Eldeen Dyer "Telly" Her .rmiler and good fellow- .rbipr bare won her u bor! ol jriendr. Constant Complaint - Ends ing up at the wrong places Ukthensl. Girl Reserves '41 Girls' Volleyball '40 Frances Iane Eddy ..Fmn.. I'm flol old enozrgb lo form on opinion .ro I lore UJPIII II . Constant Complaint - He's evaeciallv spectacular. Glee Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 Knitting Club '40-'41 1941 Dale Richard Diller "Killer Diller" He ir willing lo be ron- rinred, but jimi one who can ronrinre bim. Constant Complaint- Chewing chewing gum. Pauline Iune Drumm "Blondie" I lmzfeha bear! with room for erery joy. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain person in the West End. Bicycle Club '40-'41 Richard Franklin Dugan "Duke" Often be burn: the midniglzz oil-bm no: for rmdy. Constant Complaint - Get- ting to Mr. Swank's Home Room on time. Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Red Cross Council '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Home Room Office Vice- President '41 Riile Club '39 Reserve Basketball '39 Intramural Basketball '40 Mary Agnnes Dunwoody UM. A. l A .feme of humor 1: the .volt gf life. onstant Complaint-"The Lake". Cheering Squad '41 Carl Fredrick Ecleberry e er! way lo r oppy iicklj' i I, ir lo bare a good llfllf. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to get the Merry Olds- mobile on Friday night, Iriiarargural Basketball '38- .U -.4 Barbara leanne Embrey Mearurezl .iw iorber, .their not re-5' lall. bar in good le.'lou'.r.bip, .fbe romer up lu Ibiflll all. Constant Complaint - Re- served Girls Glee Club '41 Librarian G-Y '-40-'41 Girl Reserves '38-'40 Knitting Club '41 Secretary Richard Benton Emerson "Dick" I Lile'.r a jert, and all rhzngr Jhow ir: I thought so onre, and now I know it. Constant Complaint-Stay- ing away from Lancaster. Reserve Football '39 Boys' Baseball '39 Intramural Basketball '39- '40-'41 Dale L. Eshelman For he ix jurt the quiet kind whore nature ner-er rarier. Constant Complaint-B. W. D, seventh period. Robert Earl Evans "Bob" Alwayr happy, alwayf gay, Always driving care awary. Constant Complaint - o keep from sleeping in study hall. Science Club Evelyn Louise Fisher "Fisher" She if alway: friend? and rarrief a Jmilc far al. Constant Complaint- Hockey '38-'39-'40 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Iris Louise Forster "Birdie" She'1l get by with that twinkle in her eye. Constant Complaint - He's not tall, dark and handsome He's short light and territic. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Olfice-Secre- tary '39 Knitting Club '41 Vice-Presi- dent Band '39-'40-'41 Rebecca Frazier "Becky" l S'he'.r full of good meaning and good wither. Constant Coneplaint - My Third Period lass. 1 941 Eleanor Iean English "Stinky" A friendly heart get: many friendr. Constant Complaint-Mob ing Speeches and Reports in Public Speakings' , ' Bird Club '41 Girl Reserves '39 Knitting Club '41 Bicycle Club '41 '40 '41 Hockey - Girls' Basketball '39-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'41 Girls' Volleyball '394'41 Lenora Florence Evans "Flo and Flossy" It'r nire rn be natural, when you're naturally nice. Constant Complaint-What a world? Bird Club '41 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Book Club National Honorary Society Thomas Andrew Evans "Ace" Hit qualifier are Jurh that we can :peak only good of him. Constant Complaint-65 y "Whose Yehudi?" Intramural Basketball Reserve Football '39 Iunior Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'4l Elisabeth I. Flannigan "Lisbeth" Wirdom come: lo none by rhanre. Constant Complaint -- Not Swain's chattering. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Serieant-at-arms '41 Boo Club French Club College Club National Honor Society- Vice-President Charles Denzil Fraizer "Chuck" If one be gndawed ugith a eng-ron: mind, that if the ian' hind of nobility. Constant Com laint-Mak- ing the gas tani stay full. Emily lane Freeman Science Club '39-'40 "Sis" Glee Club '39-'40 Good humor and generofity Girl Reserves '41 National Honor Society Knitting -Club '41 carry fbe dag. the world over. Constant ornplaint-Malo ing up my mind. Forty-Three Forty-Four Warren Benjamin Friend "Speed" A fine fellow mn! rl gran! friend ia ull. Constant Complaint- Benny-Benjie or Benjamin. Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40 Home Room Office-Vice- President '39-President '40 Reserve Football '39-'40 Reserve Basketball '39 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 Intramural Basketball '40 Virqinict Pauline Fulton UPOHY.. I4aIm'r1u.r,c .recmx mnrlrf lo be rbared. Constant Complaint-"Put ting on Ayers". Hockev '40 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Margaret Louise Gerlach "Peggy", That .mule would get hw' through Sl. PeIer'.r grllf. Constant Complaint- Dances-Hi Mert Glee Club '41 Secretary-Treasurer G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Home Room OiIice-Secre- tary '39-Treasurer '41 Book Club '41-Secretary- Treasurer College Club '41 National Honor Society Thomas Gibson "Tug Boat" W"rml'.r are et-fry like Ihr wind. Fnirhjlxl j'rieml.f are hwlliri In find. Constant Complaint-Doing Bookkeeping. Science Club '41 Reserve Football '394'40 Senior Hi-Y '41 liglluskegon Hts., Mich, '39- , Willis Glover "Bil1" Alirth ix lhe mcrlirim' nf life ll rnrfcr i1.r illx mul mlm.: it.r rlrife. Constant Complaint - The Girl who says "Butcl1ie". Track Squad '40, '41 Sherman Green "Babe" You nuff rm-ner iz .rqnnrv man. Constant Complaint-Being on time at M. M. "N" Club '40-'41 Varsity Football '39-'40 Reserve Football '37-'38 Boys' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Intramural Basketball '39- '40-'41 Track '41 1941 Marguerite L. Fry "Margee" fill eqllxll Illixlllre of grmxf hfnlmr and goof! .rwr.rc. Constant Complaint-'Keeps ing track ol 'Mac'. Book Club Dramatic Club '41 Glee Club '41 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Sadie Seranne Garapedian "Sade" Av fmlhitiolzx young gill wilh .rlmliping eper. Constant Complaint- Why can't l grow a little taller? Dramatic Club '40-'41 Glee Club '41 Orchestra '39-'40 Band '39-'40-'41 Book Club '41 College Club '41 French Club '41 Forrest Ieanne Gibbony "Gibby" fill energetic Maid ix jemznc, where .romerhillg'.r doing. .rhe'll be Jew. Constant Complaint-"Colt lornia Here I Come". G-Y '40-'41 French Club '41 Iames Henry Glover "Long Shanks" Ili.: goal ir .rel high nm! hr will renrh il. Constant Complaint-Going to Classes on Monday morn- mas. "N" Club '39-'40-'41 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 Clibosfl Country Squad '39- Dorothy lean Goodin "Dottie" A .rmile oily life'J hmr'ii1g.u'. Constant Complaint - That country boy lrom clown on the farm. Red Cross Council '39 Salesmanship Club '40 Glee Club '41 Girl Reserves '41 Home Room Office-Secree tary '41 Mimeograph Staff '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 National Honor Society Walter Haas "Walt" Oh, give ur 11 lllrlll wha .firlgx nf his rrork. Wilma lean Haley "Billy" Gund imllm' ix fl A!mu'rrjnl nmgnvl. Constant Complaint-Steps at the Hartman Theatre. Glee Club '41 Bicycle Club '41 Hockey '41 Girls' Basketball '41 Girls' Baseball '41 Girls' Volleyball '41 Thelma Maxine Hall "Titel" A muirl of quiet u'uy.r if .the gfiflllllj' lu ull, .rhe'll vrcr U. Constant Complaint-Keep ing the Painter on the iob. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Oitice-Presb dent '39 Hockey '39 Hattie E. Hanlanson "Hank" Good lllllllff i.r of daily l..lz'. Constant Complaint-View ing for a letter from a west- ern state. Bird Club '38-'39-'4OA'41 Girl Reserves '38-'40 Basil Lawrence Hare "Basil" Tirlfar nf honor arid not to lift' 1l'nl'Ilt. ll"bu ix lvirzrxelf nn lsrnmr lo !:i.f fillc. Constant Complaint- Cross Country Squad '40 Boys' Baseball '39 lgitramural Basketball '39- Owen Ellwyn Heatwole "Flash" A CIJFPIJ' xmile, I1 winning :my nmker bait: of friend.r. Constant Complaint - Cer- tain People-B. S.-B. M.- S. R. Red Cross Council '39 Senior Hi-Y '41 Room Aqent '39 Iunior Hi-Y '4U Camera Club '39 Annual Stall Photographer Helen Mae Hickey npug.. Happiuerr Jevmr umdu lo be xbureil. Constant Complaint - My Spectacles and their inter- ference. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Home Room Office '39, Pres- ident Mimeograph Staff '41 Knittin Club '41 Girls' Basketball '39 Business Staff '41 1941 Donivan Lester Hall "Cannon Ball" And lnemzr lbj .mn-my IIlll.IiL' in the r1'rmu. Constant Complaint--Eighth period study tall. Track '41 Room A ent '39-'41 Band '39,-'40-'41 Franklin Edward Hanby "Frank" Tln' word "impo,r.ril1lc" if nu! in my dirriofzarjf. Constant Complaint- Bicycle Club '40 ylimitred Hardman Y A good Jensiblc maiden u'bo.re duly mmbinex will: f7l6'1I.fIlfL'. Constant Complaint-Argw ing with a certain person. Red Cross Council '39 Girl Reserves '41 Bicycle Club '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39 Robert Russell Harvey "Bob" There i.r 1: lime fm' ,fpmking ami 4 time fm' being Jlill. Hz' ffrarlitc-.r both. Constant Complaint-W, A, W. in Photography. Annual Stall '39-'40-'41 lunior Hi-Y '39-'40 Band '39-'40-'41 Rifle Club '39 Millard Maxwell Henry A man not perfert, but of fJt'rlY'f So high, of Jucb heroic rage, Thar L'1'EI1 bix Impex befome a rlrl 0j'Dem'lb'.r elemal berilage. Constant Complaint-Girls. luanita Irene Higgins "Nita" Her mimi ir like u nmdifzl: il rerordx only f1ea.ranlue.r.r. Constant Comp aint- I've been wondering. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Forty-Five Esther lean Holcombe Knowledge ir power. Constant Complaint-Unex- pected chapel. Band '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Glee Club '41 French Club '41 National Honor Society Norma Ioan Holland "Slug" I am a great friend to amurememr. Constant Complaint - "Li- lacs in the rain". Hockey '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '59-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Frances Lucille Holton "Holton" A good heart it better than aol . onstant Complaint-Hain't there any freedom until Eou're 21. nitting Club '39, '40 Grace Hopkins "Shorty" I'll he merr and free I'll be .md for nobody. Constant Complaint- Climbing the ste s from the tirst floor to the Siird floor. Elaine Horwitz To be Jilerzt would be the death of me. Constant Complanit-Quo- tations. Debate '39-'40 Dramatic Club '40-'41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Book Club '41-Vice-Presb dent Room Agent '39 Annual Staff '40-'41 Colle e Club '41 French Club '41 National Honor Society Hughey listen Houpt " ippity o p' They hlerrezy him with a rbeerful grin. That'.f going lo bring fair fame to him. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to win an argument. Senior Hi-Y '40 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Home Room Offices-Vice- president '39, Treasurer '41 Varsity Basketball '41 Boys' Baseball '39-'40-'41 lggramural Basketball '39- 1941 George Reed Holcombe "Flash" - Awaty with him. away with him. He grab: Latm. Constant omplaint- People who perpetrate pub- lic publicities. Red Cross Council '40 Room Agent '40 Orchestra '40-'41 Band '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 National Honor Society Bonnie Catherine Holton "Katie" She and gloom are no rela- tion. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain Ford VB. Bird Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Betty Irene Hook Ambition gerrorzifed. Constant omplaint-Being called Hookie. Student Council '39 College Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 President '41 Home Room Ottice-Secre- tary '41 G-Y '41 French Club '41 National Honor Society Margaret Horchler "Peggy" , . She 11 a maid of pulrhrltlrde Perronalily and thorm, And when you .roy Jhe'J nice, You're getting qretty warm. Constant Comp aint - Ohl To be an air hostess. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 Knitting '41-President Girls' asketball '39 Donald Reed Hoskinson uluke.. I The man that hath no mlm: in himyelf Nor if not moved with ron- rord of Jweet Jolmdi, lx ft forllreaxoni, Jtrategomt. an .rpol .v. Constant Complaint - Car- ter's Little Liver Pills "Com- mercials" Der Deutsche Verein '41 Science Club '41-Secretary Orchestra '41 Band '40-'41 Intramural Basketball '41 Doris Louise Howes She will ring her way through life. Constant Comglaint-Waib ing tor my hiptlsyl to come in. Dramatic Club '40-'41 Red Cross Council '39 Glee Club '41 Bird Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Hockey '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 William Herbert Huffman "Bill" An bane!! man flare brit- toned lo lbe rbiu, Broadrlolln ufilbout, and u warm bear! wilbin. Constant Complaint- "School" Lawrence Hunter "Larry" He ba.: ar much grit dr u Jana' pile. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to get a date tlorj Prior to a dance. "N" Club '41 Dramatic Club '41 Senior Hi-Y '41 Varsity Football '39-'40-'41 Mgr, lrlrgramural Basketball '40 Betty Iden Dan't le! ber irmorvnt laalz deceive j'0ll. Constant Complaint- Cheerleaders Glee Club '41-Vice-Presb dent G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Home Room OIlice-Secre- tary '39 Book Club '41 French Club '41 Vice-President National Honor Society Reveille Staff '40-'41 College Club '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39 Ruth Iames "Ruthie" lireryone extelr in ,romelhiug Jn which another failr. Constant Complaint-Goin to the fourth and eightg Period. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Bicycle Club '40-'41 Business Stall '41 G-Y '41 Mary Ethel Ieftreys "Becky" A smile oil.f life': Learin .r, Constant Complaint - "lilo Elevators". Salesmanship '40-'41 Knitting Club '41 Treasurer Margaret Ruth Johnson "Margie" Alwayr bury, In-fer weary, Alway: haplly, alwayr rbeery, Never .ree er raa' or dreary. Constant Complaint - Ar- my's brother. 1941 Bernice Elizabeth Hull' "Diddy" So Jweef war ber rampanian- ,fbipf rbe could not be alvue. Constant Complaint - "A certain Columbus boy", Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '38-'41 Edward Franklin Hupp "Eddie" An arblele ana' popular among olherr. Room Agent '40 Track Squad '39 Cross'Country Squad '40 liliigrairitural Basketball '394 Robert Elwood Ingold ..Bob.. Worry made men great. wlu .fbould I worry? Constant Complaint - Get- ting sputter juice in the Chevy. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Rifle Club '41 litgrairrtural Basketball '39- Virginia Ieffers " inny" No mailer what it mid ar rlqne' b . Vlrgmm will laugh 'lil ref of Jun. Constant Complaint-Dark Eyes Student Council '41 G-Y '41 National Honor Society '41 College Club '41 Home Room Ollice Vice- President '41 Room Agent '40 Ieanne G. Iohnson yglueeng o j'dl1 gay. Sbe'J alwayr that way. Constant Complaint-Much ado about nothing. Knitting Club '41 Evelyn Louise Jones "Ginger" A -happy dixporitiarz if a gift of nature. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain Senior. Forty'Seven Ioseph Carroll lones "Casey" Dependable :md EI'El'j'0lJl!'J friend. Constant Complaint-Better known as power house Iories. Senior Hi-Y '41 Dramatic Club '41 Band '40 Rifle Club '39-'40 Boys' Baseball '40 William Iones "Bill" 0 mi.rrbig'f, than in-I .ririjf to emer in the llmugbn of men. Dramatic Club '4l Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 College Club '41 Gerald Iuniper "lerry" . Clever and quiet will: little ra Jay, I Warle: qllfle bard rlse Irre- long day, - Alwayr a Jmile in bu own good way. Tlnir ix the may be pa.f.rv.r rise day. . Constant Complaint-Biol- ogy. Eclgrdard Malcolm Keller A .mn-dy, trurlydfellow You mn defer: upon 'Twill nor e many yeufzr Before .rurrexx it wan. Constant Complaint- Health Class Kathryn lune Kemmtser "Katy" Cheerful rompfmy .rlaorlem flu- milex. Constant Complaint-Being called "Chicken" Girl Reserves '39-'41 G-Y '41 College Club '41 Leah Mae Kemp Mpeg., . Many are the friend: of u Wleffy f0Hgll?. Constant Complaint- Kempy and her boy friends. Salesmanship Club '41 Glee Club '41 G-Y '41 Bird Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 Knitting Club '41 Bicycle Club '41 1941 Lillie Iuanita Iones "Nita" The irzdrlrlriolu are rermilz of u reward. Constant Complaint - Get- gngpbetter acquainted with Orchestra '40 Edward Kenneth loyner "Kenny" Founded an n good aid plan. A true und downright lwnvxl mlm. Constant Complaint - His- tory ancl Girls and "Stutf". Room Agent '39 Rifle Club '41 Barbara lean Ke-im "Bobs" Sbe puff ber lrolllnlex in ll box and Jil: an the lid. Constant Complaint-Kenn. Mimeograph Staff '41 Girls Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '41 Girls' Voleyball '39-'40-'41 Eva Ieanette Kelley "Kelley" A modext, mildwoired maid. Constant Complaint-Iunior Iohnnies liolting joytully in lumpy IG o ies. Band '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'41 Book Club '41 Library Club '41 Drucilla lean Kemp "Kempy" Lcllr enjoy amzuflrar while we may. Constant Complaint-U. S. Navy. Bird Club '39-'40-'41 Knitting Club '41 Room Agent '40 Mimeograph Stall '41 Lowell L. Keyes "l?ode"' U Hu wr! :J ibe beynale of lair rbarm. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to beat the 8:30 bell. Home Room Ollice-Treas- urer '39 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Boys' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Grace Isabella Kirk ..IsY.. Cheerflzlncn too, ii her nerer failing rhurnrlerixlir. Constant Complaint - Get- ting home work. Leah Lucille Koehler "Cohler" A Jeme of humar if the ral! 3' life. onstant Complaint- Es jederman recht machen. Glee Club '41 President Colleae Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Treasurer Girl Reserves '39 Book Club '41 Avonne Kramer Her manner ix nr u-'inning .fu her Jnzile. Constant Complaint - My Sisters. Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 G-Y '41 College Club '41 Louis Henry Lammers "Slugg" 5-Iappy-gn-lucky, fair and ree Nothing there ir th-at bother! me. Der Deutsche Verein '41 Leona Kathleen Lawson "Poots" A worker. n Jlmlenl, who al- 11-'ayf bringr .rnrrv.r.r. Constant Complaint-Mon- day mornings, Room Agent '40-'41 National Honor Society '41 Martha Eileen Layton "Marty" A dixpoxitian .ro amiable will Jecure unwerxal regard. Constant Complaint - Get- ing up on Monday morning. Knitting Club '41 Cheering Squad '41 1941 Velma E. Kisamore "Cissy" I It is rwmqml geaple who nr- romplixh mar. . Constant Complaint- People who call me "Kissa- more". French Club '41 College Club '41 National Honor Society Betty Georgenne Koman "Bet" Self-fruit i.: the .frrrel al .mrre.r.r. Constant Complaint - How Time Flies. Dramatic Club '41 Glee Club '41 Girl Reserves '41 Room Agent '40 Girls' Basketball '40 Elizabeth Kvintus "Lizzy" She is uluwgxr plmmul and willing. Constant Complaint - That certain I. C. Bird Club '41 Knitting Club '41 Sales Organization Bicycle Club '41 Oran Lane It if hir friemlly nulure that u'in.r hir friendi for hinz. Constant Complaint- Mis- takes in typing. Bird Club '39-'40 Secretary Rifle Club '41 Ruth Macille Layman "Ruthie" Tufar jmt her ln'i1lit'1nc'e .rhin- ing through, To make her hair ,ru hrigbf If hue. Constant Complaint - Me- andering after McDai-iiols. Dramatic Club '40-'41 Business Stall '41 Girl Reserves '39 Richard Louis Lecky "Lucky" Erery man ix a zfolmne if yon know how to read. Constant Complaint-Hish ory tests. Red Cross Council '39 Iunior Hi-Y '40 Forty-Nine Fifty Robert Richard Lees "Bob" Quiet and dignifed and earn- e.ft at hit war . Constant Complaint - Get- ting up on Monday morn- ings- ests. Intramural Basketball '38 Marjorie Belle Lightle "Marge" She mare: uietly about, Always Jeeiing the better th'n 'n li e. 1 gr I cg Constant omplaint - The question "How are you?" Ralph S. Livingston ..l-ivy.. The world it atN1'au take it. Nothing mare- oihing len. Varsity Football '41 Reserve Football '39 Iohn Anthony Luzio "Iohnny" I Only thou who know hm: bert, Can ertimate hi: worth He': trendy, helpful, tried and true And .furely fond of mirth. Constant Cornplaint-"Hit- er . Hugh William McCoy ac Good humor and generoritg carry the day the world through-. Constant Complaint - No Complaints. lames C. McCreary vim.. Sow and enry but he gan there jun the mme. Constant Com laint-It it wasn't for school, I'd be happy- 1941 Virgil Roy Lehman .. irg.. The word .".fmpoJ.fible" ir not in my dtrttomzry. Constant Complaint - Get- ting Re-Entry s ips "after ill- ness". Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Chefs Club '38 lritttrairitural Basketball '39- Damel Willard Litten "Dan" The hind of a fellow you like to he with. Constant Complaint- Not enough study periods, Varsity Football 41 Reserve Football '40 Varsity Basketball '41 Reserve Basketball '40 Track Squad '40 Intramural Basketball '39 Mtlhcent Valols Lomas "cindy" A .winning way, tx friendly tmtlef All- in all, u girl worth while. Constant Complaint - That one and only "Butterscotch" car. Dramatic Club '41 Glee Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 Reveille Staff '41 Bicycle Club '40 French Club '41 College Club '41 Bettie Lee McCloskey "Todd" Don'r take life too Jeriourlyf yogfll never get out of it alwe. Constant Complaint- Dances---Hi Perg. Debate '39 G-lee Club '41 S'iiY '40-'41 Vice-President French Club '41 Book Club '41 President Girl Reserves '39 Home Room Office Vice- President '39 President '41 Book Club President '41 Annual Staff '41 Bicycle Club '41 Col ege Club '41 Girls' Basketball '40 Iecm McCracken "Mac" A Jmile ir worth 4 dozen groan: in any market. onstant Complaint - Sha- dowing "Fry' . Dramatic Club '39-'40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Room Agent '40-'41 Emma lane McDaniel ulcmey., ' Commorr Jeme tr not a com- mon thtng. Constant Cnmplaint- "Swain's Chattering." French Club '40 Dramatic Club '39-'40 Glee Club '40 G-Y '40 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 College Club '40 Secretary Virginia McDaniel " inny" Hapfy am Ig from rare l'm free. Why aren't thry all content like me? Constant Complaint-Leiter ing after Layman. Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'4l Girls' Baseball '38-'39 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 Grover McKnight lm Nlotbing it bard to a willing mind. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain Chevrolet. Intramural Basketball '40 Elizabeth Mackey Uubbyr, I Sb: ran mule when every- tbing gee: wrong. Constant Complaint-Ninety miles is a long long way. Dramatic Clu '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Band '39-'40-'41 National Honor Society Colleie Club Franc Club Iohn Mahan Hi: talent! are more of tbe .filent type. Constant Complaint- History. Vaughn Edward Malone A Spomman tbraugb and tbrauglv. Constant Comgaint- Varsig Basket all '40-'41 "N" lub '40-'41 Reserve Basketball '39 Track Squad '41 Cross Country Sguad '40 Boys' Basebal ' 9-'40-'41 Richard Martin l'Dick" A quieter lad rannot be found. 1 Constant Comglaint -v- Mon- day morning lues. 1 941 Robert Leo McDonald HMGC., n He enter: wlsolebeartedly mta everything. Constant Complaint - Filth period on Monday. Student Council '41 Treas- urer '41 Eleanor Hi-Y '40-'41 Secretary grime Room Office President Senior Class Treasurer '41 Boys' Baseball '39-'40-'41 lgarcgixural Basketball '39- Betty Mae McLaughlin UMUC.. . Sbe comer and goe: like a gearant tbougbt. onstant Complaint-Trying to get my Fiddler's Degree. G1 Cl b '40 '41 ee u - Girl Reserves '39 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41 Home Room Oftice-'l'reas- urer '41 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '41 Thomas W. MacPherson "Tom" Tbe deed I intend ir great But what a.r yet I know not. Virqinia Mae Maier "Ginny" U ' Sbe'.r a quiet girl-at timer. Constant Complaint-Being teased about my father's profession. G-Y '41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 College Club '41 National Honor Society Der Deutsche Verein Anlghony Tony Manioce oc" You may luwc known tba! I'rn no wordy man. Constant Complaint- People not being able to pronounce my name correct- l . 'l,N" Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Yigrsity Basketball Mgr. '39- Reserve Basketball Mgr. '39 Intramural Basketball '39 Wilbur Martin "Will" One might think lain: quiet or even blue: But when you know him, yau'll like bint ax we do. Constant Complaint-The school interferes with my Education. Fifty-One Fifty-Two Elizabeth Helen Matis Hubby.. . Pleumre if never long enough. Constant Complaint-Mom day morning. Salesmanship Club '39-'40 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Hockey '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Business Staff '40-'41 Barbara Lee Matticks "Barby" Laugh and the world lauglmr wit you llfeep and you .rtrenk your rouge. Constant Complaint-"Burr Heads" Dramatic Club '41 Class Play '41 Bicycle Club '40 G-Y '40-'41 Ifgcame Room Office President Book Club '41 College Club '41 Elizabeth Delle Mercer UBBMY.. jolly and guy .rlJe'.r alrunyr that way. Constant Complaint- Mother's usual, "Betty, pick up Sour clothes" Stu ent Council '41 Dramatic Club '39-'40-'41 President '41 G-Y '4l Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Ollice-Secre- tary '39 Room Agent '39 College Club '41 Robert Mills "Millsey" Care: may be many, but mme have I. Constant Complaint - Gar- rulous Teachers. Sophomore Hi-Y '39 lunior Hi-Y '40 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Annual Staff '41 Reveille Staff '41 Betty Lucille Moore ..BetsY.. . Cheerful a:.rouafe.r enxe the hub. Constant Complaint - It woulc1n't be a secret, it 1 told. Business Staff '40-'41 Louise Moore "Lou" Sbe alwuy: Inu lime to be L'0IlffF0l4I. Constant Complaint- Oh, I'm so tired. 1941 Edward E. Mattern "Whitey" A mode!! blurb be 1l'0rIlZff not formed by nrt Free from defeii hir fare, fmrl full di free bir heart. Bicycle Club Mildred Marie Melick "Midge" And :be greelerl lbe world with a .smile and a laugh. Constant Complaint-Wait- ing lor a message from Hol- land. Bicycle Club '41 Girl Reserves '37-'38 Margaret Mike "Margy" A A .Sweet girl, Ilfllb 11 rery .rweel way. Constant Complaint- Thought is deeper than all speech. Book Club '41 Library Club '41 Girl Reserves '40 Aileen Marie Mills "Eenie" Rain or Jbine, .rbe'.r nlrmyi rbc mme. Constant Complaint- School Girls' Archery Club '40-'41 Mimeograph Staff '40-'41 Hocke '39-'40-'41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Carl Eugene Miner "Carlos ' IVbal'J :be me of being wire? Cross Country Squad '41 Bicycle Club '41 lames T. Moore ..Iim.. Quiet yet lilamble, Noi lun, but mre, Plain ufifliom' .rbow . Bn! a true friend il tbere ever were. Constant Complaint - Eng- lish XI. Mary lane Moore "lane" I! ir not ermu h to hare good qnnliliu, int alto the nmmzgement of them. Constant Comglaint - Get- tin? home at 1 :UO o'clock. G- '37-'38-'39 Girl Reserves '37-'38-'39 Girls' Rifle Club '37-'38-'39 Iessica Iean Morrison "Iessi-Iames-ca" Her :mile ir alwayx ufelrome Arid her wordx are full of Ulll. Constant Complaint-"Pool Sharks". French Club '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 Glee Club '41 G-Y '41 Girl Reserves '41 Book Club '41 Room Agent '39 College Club '41 Frederick Mossman "Monk" Girl: dolfl look af me-I'm bnrhful. Constant Complaint- "Handsome" Bob Winter- mute. Room Agent '41 Home Room Office '39-'41 lgltrairitural Basketball '39- Motion Picture Operators' '41 Vice-President Charlotte Anne Myer "Cam" Who rlimhx lbs gnmxmtvr- free, dixrilzrrly klmu-'J Where nom: and rerh arm' lmrlitiplf' grouxf. Constant Complaint-I lost him. French Club '40-'41 Presi- dent Glee Club '40-'41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Room Aqent '39-'40 National Honor Society Reveille Stall '40-'41 College Club '41 Carl Henry Nethers "Laurel" He ix 11 u'or.'hJ man wilhul. Book Club '40 Ethel Frances Nolan "Sis" A .rmile ir a wbirper of fl laugh. Constant Complaint- Mon- day mornings. Glee Club '40 Girls' Baseball '39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 1941 Paul Morgan NCQ .. He Eho oheyx with modexly appearr worthy .rome day of being allowed lo rommund. Constant Complaint-Have to get ug earl! for school. Senior i-Y ' 0 Mildred Morrow "Milly" Q She ir a rype of girl u-'e'd like to have more of. Constant Complaint-Some- times 1 wonder? G-Y '39-'40-'41 Book Club '41 Mimeogralph Stall '40-'41 National onor Society Bicycle Club Francis Elmer Munkachy "Moon " . l Kind oyybmrl and mind quite .found A friend you like to lmre around. Constant Complaint-"Mud- dy cars." Varsity Basketball '38 Reserve Basketball '37 Duane C. Myers "Bud" He lead: :hem all u merry rhuxe. . Constant Complaint-Help ing humanity lor Mr. White- head. "N" Club '39-'40-'41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Track Squad '39-'40 ggoss Country Squad '38- Betty Ieanne Noblick "Nobby" Cheerfu rompmly .rhortem the milex. Constant Complaint- "Don't you know?" Salesmanship Club '40 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Girls' Archery Club '40-'41 Hockeg '39-'40-'41 Girls' asketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Business Staff '41 ' Pauline Vernon Padgett MP0 Y., Ar many friend.: .rbe haf ur Il1o.re who know her. Constant Complaint - Not enough Fridays in each week. Girls' Volleyball '40 Business Stall '41 Basketball '41 F ifty-Three Fifty-Four Charles Patterson "Pat" Tbou art a fellow of good rexpect. Constant Complaint - Hist- ory Tests. Boys' Baseball '40-'41 lihtrarnural Basketball '40- Iack Pease "Peasie" I The bert way to be happy I.: to bave a good time. Constant Cornplaint-Pul1- ing quickeys. "N" Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Varsity Basketball '40-'41 Reserve Basketball '39 Mary Edith Petlers USB.. Quiet virlure alone ir true nobility. Constant Complaint - That history lesson. Girls' Rifle Club '40-'41 Edward C. Perdue ..Red.. A .rbort man may be famow, Tbink of Napoleon! Constant Complaint - Try- ing to argue in 301 with Mr. Stoeckmann. Bicycle Club '41 Boys' Archery Club '40 Intramural Basketball '39 Margaret V. Phillips "Margie" There are rome people born to win and .the ir one of fhem. Constant Complaint-Wait- ingl lust waiting lor ...... l Knittinq Club '41 Girls' Volleyball '39 Arthur Raymond Pound Charles Paulson "Charlie" Hapjy and .rurrounded by gen .r, bat more rauld be want? Constant Complaint-Sa1es- manship. lgsraxnural Basketball '38- Wilma Ann Peck "Billie" I I True bappinen forums In making pelgrle happy. Constant omplaint- gghose Home Room Peri- s . Norma lean Penick "Little Butch" Sbe ir an all around good Jporf. Constant Complaint-Being called upon to soothe bro- ken hearts. Red Cross Council '38-'39 Salesmanship Club 'Q9-'40 Girl Reserves '39-'40- 41 Home Room Oflice-Secre- tary '41 I Mimeograph Staff '40- 4l National Honor Society '41 Hockevi '40-'41 I I Girls' asketball '39- 40- 41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40- 41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Euaene Kenneth Petrey "Pete" I He ir there with the Szgodr. Constant Complaint- eep- ing Dick Shell out of trouble. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Varsity Football '40 Reserve Football '38-'39 Reserve Basketball '39 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 "N" Club Estella Ann Pletcher "Ste1lie" Ouielneu ir bert. I Constant Complaint-Waib mg. Salesmanshi? Club '41 Glee Club ' 1 Hockey '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Basketball '41 Baseball '41 URCIY.. Happy am I, from rare Frm Margery Arlene Prince ffff- "Mamie" Why rar!! they all be ron tented like me, Constant Complaint- Bright Ideas. arilesmanship Club '39-'40-: Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 A liglvt bear! live: long. Constant Complaint- "M1selt and ------- " Bir Club '39-'40-'41 Mimeograph Stott '41 Girls' aseball '39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 William Prior "Bill" An alable and rourteousf gentleman. onstant Complaint- Eating Peanuts. "N" lub '39-'40-'41 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Reserve Football '38 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 College Club '41 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 Cross Country Squad '40-'41 lgtramural Basketball '40- ' 1 Iune Redd Silenre if more ureful than any Jong. Constant Complaint-Life is such a messl Book Club '41 Room Agent '39-'40 Reveille Stall '39-'40-'41 National Honor Society '41 Girls' Basketball '41 Mildred Iean Reid Dark 'lmir, :bin eye: Merry humor. .ther u prize. Constant Complaint- Swains' Etiquette Column of 1940. French Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Secretary Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Olfices-Treas- urer '39 Vice-President '41 College Club '41 Ralph Victor Renner ..Bud.. W'heu one begin: Io know him You'll think him quiet or blue But when you really lanou' him Yoffll like him at we do. Constant Complaint -- Get- ting through traffic jams in the hall. lrixgramural Basketball '39- Frances Maxine Rickus "Kitty" All the did, the did well. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to remember. Der Deutsche Verein '41 National Honor Society '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Ruth Evelyn Roby ..RobY.. Wire lo rexolre, patient to perform. Constant Complaint- Late Dates. Red Cross Council '38-'39 Home Room Offict+Treas- urer '39 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '38-'39 1941 Yvonne Randaxhe "Von Bax" gun ax good matured ur ran e With a winning :mile for all to ree. Constant Complaint- The Male Species. G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Room Agent '41 Girls' Basketball '39 College Club '41 Eileen Rebecca Reid "Reidie" ,Luft dl good-matured at ran e With a winning Jmile for all to tee. Constant Complaint - Not letting studies interfere with my education. Thomas Howard Reid There wa: never at merry or a.r good natured a chap ar be. Constant Complaint-Priest and Davis and Ind. Arts. 'Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Sa esmanship Club '41 Reserve Football '39-'40 Reserve Basketball '39 Iztaramural Basketball '39- William D. Richardson "Earthquake" I dare do all that may be- rame a man: who dafer do more ix none. Constant Complaint - The entire Iournalism Staff, Student Council '39-'41 Vice-President French Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '38 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Home Room Office Vice- President '38 Reveille Staff '40 Editor '41 College Club '41 National Honor Society Esther Ieanne Roberts "Ieanie" U Tho' fell my 'ham I'm a meek maiden. Girl Reserves '38-'39 Girls' Basketball '40-'41 Girls' Baseball '40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Me-tha Geraldine Rowe HROWS.. An all-around friend and athl ere. Constant Complaint-Pleas- ing "Friend-s". Hockewg '39-'40 Girls' asketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 Fifty-Five Fitty-Six Richard Malcolm Rusk "Rich" Let nr fake llaingr ax lbeg rome. Constant Complaint - Time for Study. Dramatic Club '40-'41 Senior Hi-Y '39-'40-'41 Room Agent '40-'41 Helen Louise Schmitt "Shorty" flln'n1.r plm.r1ml and kind. Fair and good i5 the. Cocgnstant Complaint-Room 4 . Elizabeth May Shannon "Shannon" Quiet and ye! jolly-u'hnr-fr good ronibirlatiarl. Constant Complaint- "Speed-tests in typing. Dramatic Club '39-'40-'41 Glee Club '41 Home Room Oflice-Treas- urer '41 Mimeograph Staff '41 Paul Shell Noi loo Jeriour, not too guy, lm! a rzlre good fellow. Constant Complaint - Get- ing to History class on time. Bird Club '40-'41 Band '39-'40-'41 Intramural Basketball '40 Mildred Shepherd "Millie" A nmirlen fair ufirla mrly lmir. Constant Complaint - A pessimistic character with a crab apple lace. G-Y '40, Treasurer '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Otfice-Secre- tary '39, President '41 Eddie L. Sattertield "Stats" - 4 The mrml, frzendly, lmnesl mm: 'Tir be who in great na- ::,-re'J plan. Constant Complaint-Can't sleep in History class. Band '40 Carl Shannon "Peanut" . A Norbilllg ix bard to a willing mind. . Constant Complaint - Try- ing to get the car. Chefs Club '37-'38 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Intramural Basketball '37- 35 Marcella Marie Shaw "Marty" I am ture, mre'r an enemy in life. Cogstant Complaint-8:30 to 4:0 . Hocke '39-'40-'41 . Girls' basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40-'41 G-Y '39-'40 Richard Shell "Dick" He ir an all-.fzrozmd good gon. onstant Complaint - Get- ting up in the morning. "N" Club '40-'41 Treasurer Varsity Football '39-'40 Reserve Football '37-'38 Track Squad '40 George L. Shinn "Shinny" lVlml rbonld fl mlm do but be merry? Constant Complaint-Going steady-day by day. Student Council '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Honor Society '41 Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Annual Staff '40 Editor '41 College Club '41 Vice-Presb Room Agent '39 dem National Honor Society lggramural Basketball '39- Sicgngy A. Shoemaker Nel'er known Io be actually Vit iniq Rl Shoemqkey out of .mrl.f. "gi,-my" ConstantHCompiaint - An- A prmy, peppy gm 5, Ib? Swefmq I-eckelf S C0115 for What more can any maiden schgol in the middle ot the be.: flig T- Constant Complaint- S h H'-Y '39 ' sgsiolmriiigr '40-'41 C"e""5"Y' Band '40-'41 Track Squad '39- '40 Kathryn E. Skinner "Catty" Her Jmile, and good fellow- .rhip hare won her a hor: of lriendr. Constant Complaint- S. C.'s squeaky tones. Edna Louise Smith To take tbingr ar tbey fume ir the bert way. Constant Complaint- Monday mornings. Girl Reserves '38 Pauline Theodosia Smith "Polly" Constant Complaint- Waiting. Salesmanship Club '41 Girl Reserves '39 Knitting Club '41 Hocke '39-'40-'41 Girls' gasketball '39-'40 Girls' Baseball '39-'40 Girls' Volleyball '39-'40 Sara Ann Sprowls NA M.. A maiden fair, rl nmiden jolly. Constant Complaint- Snobbish people. French Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Florence lean Steele "Babe" Alwayr bury, never weary Alwayr bdgpff alwayr cbeery. Constant ornplaint - Hav- ing hideous home-W o r k hinder mv happiness. French C ub '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 Book Club '41 Mazie Stephens ' 'Phoebe" With genfle yet preruiliug Iorre A Imem upon her l1':'.t'll?IEti rourre Constant Complaint - Con- stant e i t o rt of getting Biology. 1 941 Robert Spencer Skinner "Bob" He ir forever 4 good rroul. Constant Complaint- Student Council '39 Science Club '39-'40 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Oscar Franklin Smith nsmitl " "And ZUTFII a nite youngrter of exrellent pirb Fate fried lo conceal him by mulling him Smith." Constant Complaint- "Get over Doc". Senior Hi-Y '41 Richard Benjamin Smith "Dick" A rbeerz' rmile, a winning way ma er Izmir of friendr. Constant Complaint - Get- ting up in the morning. Marjorie Iean Stage "Stagie" Ready to work, ready to play, and ready to help wherever :be muy. Constant Complaint- Cleaning the Multigraph. Student Council '41 Dramatic Club '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Home Room Office Secre- tary '41 Mimeograph Staff '41 Bicycle Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Secretary William Roger Steinman "Bill" Hir .rmiler are ever gay and brzgbt No Jtudier barber him at nig'l1-I. Constant Com laint - Get- ting Mr. Boydgs signature. "N ' Club '41 Sophomore I-Ii-Y '39 Senior Hi-Y '41 Treasurer Track Squad '40-'41 Cross Country Squad '39-'40 Gene K. Stevens "Gene" A genlleflmn nmker no noire. Constant Complaint-Boob keeping. Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Orchestra '40-'41 Band '39-'40-'41 Reserve Football '39 1' itty-Seven Gene V. Stevens "Stinky" Every addition to true knowl- edge ir an addition to human power. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to get English. Rosemary Stewart "Sis" A ilenmfit, peppy girl inthe W at more ran any munlen be? Constant Complaint - The Enemies. Girl Reserves '37-'38 Frances Charlene Swan "Swan" Her pleaxant nod and cheery :mile Go a long way in making life worth while. Constant Complaint - "My Nicknames." Glee Club '41 Bird Club '39-'40-'41 Secre- I dll Reserves '41 Rupert S. Taylor "Butch" D ' A cheery xmile, a wmnmg way maker horn of friendt. Constant Comglaint - Try- ing to date " udge" and qetting out of History. Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Iack Tilton "Iackie" It i.r not enough to hare good qualifier hut alto the management of them. Constant Complaint- "Not enough summer. Sophomore Hi-Y '39 William Tracey "Bill" Wvlgy Jtlldy? The more we .vtu y the more there it to forget. Constant Complaint-A cer- tain "Scotch" Irishman fHi Dukel. "N" Club '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Vice- President Senior Hi-Y '40-'41 Home Room Office '41 Sec- retary Room Agent '41 Bicycle Club -'40-'41 Varsity Basketball '40-'41 Reserve Basketball '39 Cross-Country Squad '4l Boys' Baseball '39 Goll '40-'41 1 941 Marijane Stewart nlcmey.. . Cheerlulneu u an nfrhaol of Soodneu and of wirdom. onstant Complaint-A cer- tain little girl by the name ot Billie Rae. Mimeograph Staff '40-'41 Clara Lou Sw 'Mil "Louie" l 1 A jolly irl chu. :full vf lun Sher alizfayx :lin I0 FIWJ' one. Constant Complaint - My "swain" VPD Student Council '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 Sec- retary National Honor Society '41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Book Club '41 Reveille Stait '40-'41 Assist- ant Editor College Club '41 Girls' Basketball '41 William Tait "Bill" Small of nature, larger in Zzigd, a better pal if hard to n . Constant Complaint-Senior English Class. Student Council '39 "N" 'Club '41 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Home Room OHic,e-Presi- dent '39g Treasurer '41 Orchestra '40 Band '39-'40 Track Squad '40-'41 Cross Country Squad '41 Intramural Basketball '41 Kathleen Iune Teel "Kate" A true friend ir forever a friend. Constant Complaint- "Those laughing I r i s h Eyes." Girl Reserves '39-'41 Mimeogrciph Staff '41 National onor Society '41 Wigliam Iohn Townsend .. i .. Let me have magic and I reek no more delight. Constant Complaint--Too Much Like Work. Orchestra '39-'40-'41 Norma Ruth Tracy "Susie" A good laugh it .fumhine in any home. Constant Complaint-Being called "Brat." Girl Reserves '39 Rifle Club '39 Mary Elma Unternaher "Bessie" A mind of quiel way: i: rbe. Friendly lo all :be'll ever be. Constant Cornplaint-Spell- ing and pronouncing my last name to N. . S. teachers. Constance E. Vaiea "Connie" Sb: ba: a quiet nature and a wealib ag knowledge. Constant omplaint-Guess What? I I Dramatic Club 40-'41 Red Cross Council 39 Glee Club '41 A t '40 ' o ra C1 lldoom genh St lf '41 Naxllgngl rljonor Society '41 Richard Varner "Dick" - True blue, dependable IJ be The kind we all would like la be. Constant Complaint--Mom day--8:30 a. rn. I Trgclkl Squad Manager 39- .4 -. Intramural Basketball '41 Helen Marie Vermilion- Wbat wondrou: bauntmg melodie: Her fnger: bring from tbe ivory keyr. h H Constant Complaint- The little man who wasnt there." I National Honor Society 41 Science Club '41 Girl Reserves '41 Orchestra '39-'40-'41 Band '39-'40-'41 College Club '41 Iune Vogel "Dimples" . . In .ber very qu:etne:: If rbarm. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to make up my mind K 1 French Club 41 G1 Cl b '41 ee u National Honor Society '41 Girl Reserves '41 Home Room Treasurer '39 College Club '41 Marjorie Walt "Walt" Generally meakinf, a woman i: generalla :pea ing. Constant omplaint- Class. Student Council '39 Debate '39-'40-'41 Book Club '41 Dramatic Club '40-'41 National Honor Society '41 G-Y '40-'41 ' Girl Reserves '39 Annual Stall '40 College Club '41 President Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39 rtlimtq S1 941 Annette Wright Upson "Babe" Sbe walk: a goda'e:: ana' look: a queen. Constant Complaint - One dime's worth of gas, pleasel Student Council '39 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Dramatic Club '40"4l Bicycle Club '40 President G-Y '40-'41 Home Room Oltice-Vice- President '39 Book Club '41 Business Stall '39-'40 Annual Staff '40 College Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Girls' Basketball '39-'40-'41 Eloise Van Fossen nvcm.. Peuererance ana' rbeeiulner: are abrolntely irre:i:1i le. Constant Complaint-"If l had my way." Der Deutsche Verein '41 Science Club '41 National Honor Society '41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 J College Club '41 -7 Dale Roy Vermilion "Doc" A bury man I do believe, be work: from early morn 'til ere. Constant Complaint-Wait- ing for the "Bell." Student Council '41 Der Deutsche Verein '41 Sophomore Hi-Y '39 Stage Mgr. '39-'41 Home Room Ottice-Vice- President '41 Room Agent '39 National Honor Society '41 Treasurer Varsity Football '41 Reserve Football '40 Boys' Baseball '39-'41 Intramural Basketball '41 Virginia Mae Vogan " in.ny" Sbe 1: marie of mgar, :pice 'n everylbmg nice. Constant Complaint-"One of the 'Iones' Boys." French Club '41 Glee Club '41 G-Y '41 Girl Reserves '39-'41 Book Club '41 Room Agent '39 College Club '41 Iean Eileen Wallace "Ginger" Notbrng endure: like penonal glldllllff. onstant Complaint - Too many steps to climb. Salesmanshi Club '40 Book Club 'fl Glee Club '41 Grace Irene Walters "Gracie" A good laugh i: :umbine in any home. Constant Complaint-That Baughman 1ad's applause. Glee Club '41 Bird Club '39-'40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Bicycle Club '40 Col ege Club '41 1 lcfi bin 'll Fifty-Nine Marjorie lean Walters "Marge" . If eyixr were mode for .feemg Then .bvrinry i.r il.r own ex- FIIIA3 for being. Constant Comglaint - His- tory ttvtaking eace Treat- ies at Portsmouthi. Dramatic Club '40-'41 G-Y '40-'41 Girl Reserves '39 Home Room Office-Treas- urer '39 Book Club '41 Room Agent '39-'40 Annual Statt '41 College Club '41 William L. Weekley "Squeak" The .mperior fill!!! 1Ui.fl7L'.f In be .flow in bi.: u.'ord.r and earner: in bi.r rondntl. Constant Complaint--Em gine trouble. Doug as Charles Wentz "Dou " Cbeerllrl 1u.mcif1ler eflre Ilrn' lark. Constant Complaint - Pho- tography. Senior Hi-Y '41 Myrtle Ella Williams "Myrt" A 7l1Bfl'j' heart nmkelb fi rbeerful mluzremnlre. Constant Complaint-It's a secret. French Club '41 Bird Club '39-'40-'41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Arthur Wilson "Batbrain" True lmppinen ron.rirt.r fm! in u Hllllilllld? of fl'lt?l1d.l' bn! in their u'orIlJ and rboire. Constant Complaint- Women. Virginia Ruth Wilson "Blondie" I laugh when albert 1701071 And l'f1z the lmppiert gif! in louvl. Constant Complaint-Every thing's a great rush. Hockeg '4 Girls' asketball '38 Girls' Baseball '38 Glee Club '41 1941 Laura Marie Warnock "l..ollie" And ber lI10dt'.fl and gran'- ful air. Show her wire mul good, ax .che ix fair. Constant Complaint - Why must furnaces be Fired? lvtimeograph Stall '41 Rifle Club '40 George Welsch Ir. "luney" Good nature ix u powerful magnet. Constant Complaint-Can't Watch clock in the west building. Student Council '40-'41 Der Deutsche Verein '40 Red Cross Council '39 Science Club '41 National Honor Societ '41 Home Room Ottice-Fresh dent '41 Room Agent '39 lfiiltramural Basketball '39- Mary Elizabeth White "Whitey" Of .rlurly look Jlae mre and heed. Not u nford .rbe .rpolae more lharz there wax need. Constant Complaint - Peo- ple calling me "Stuck Up." Girl Reserves '41 William Lee Williams, Ir. "Willie" Dependable and ez'eryone'J friend. Varsity Football '40 Reserve Football '40 Track Squad '39-'40-'41 lgiarairiiural Basketball '39- Maxine Wilson "Mac" Sfwe and gloom are ua relu- N071- Constant Complaint- "Marvin's Monotonous mis- takes." Glee Club '39 Girl Reserves '41 Knitting Club '41 Robert A. Winter By marie mimll' an equal leflzper lenou' Nor .rwell too biglz, nor .rink too low. Constant Complaint - The Guys that pin the Nick- names on me. Orchestra '39-'40 Band '38-'39-'40-'41 Dorothy Wintermute ..Dot.. Dark lmir. .rhiny eygr, merry humor, .flae'J u prize. Constant Complaint- "Drummer Boy." Dramatic Club '41 Girl Reserves '41 Robert G. Wintermute "Windy" Bobfr fi m're.r.mry .mrl- l.r rl1'll1'f' ur nm br. lIe',r ritul. quirk nm! lirelhi A frieml la all we ree. Varsity Football '40-'41 Reserve Football '39 lrjigratx-iiiixial Basketball '39- Sidney E. Wolfe "Sid" Let the world .rlide Lur lbe wo:-lrl go. A fig for rare. Aml a Hg for woe Constant Complaint - '31 Ford Roadster. Kenneth M. Wright "Kenny" Nat only good, but gU0f! for Jorrlvlhirlg. Constant Complaint - Peo- ple asking me it I'm any relation to the Mayor. Senior Hi-Y '41 Iunior Hi-Y '40 Track Squad '40 Intramural Basketball '39 Paul Lillard Zeiher Hzep., Quiet but indn.rtriau.r while Na doubl be'lI bear 1941 Eleanor F. Wintermute "Corky" She wax jun the quiet kfml wbme nature never mr1e.f. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to "Be Specific." Der Deutsche Verein '41 Girl Reserves '40-'41 Room Agent '40-'41 Library Club '41 Margaret Lee Wolfe "Marlee" I V Good :mlure l.r of dully rue. Constant Complaint - Try- ing to park my V-8 near N. H. S. about 8:30. French Club '41 Girl Reserves '39-'40-'41 Vice-President. Girls' Rifle Club '40-'41 President College Club '41 Hocke '49-'40-'41 Girls' basketball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Baseball '39-'40-'41 Girls' Volleyball '40-'41 Doris Worden "Blondie" Unlike my .rnbjerft flow .rhull be my .mug It Jhouln' be willy, but il .rbrm't be long. Constant Complaint-The person that started schools. Raymond Wright URGY.. The mperior man wirloer to be Jlow in laii ufordr and earner! in hir conducl. Constant Complaint-Those demonstrations in Geom- etry. French Club '41 National Honor Society '41 all the zu all by a mile. Constant Complaint-Nevin ark High School. Senior Hi-Y '41 Pieveille Staff '40 lunior Hi-Y '40 Band '39-'40"4l Motion Picture Operators' Club '39-'40 Intramural Basketball '39 Sixty-One cslenior Glass Gommittees- Invitation ........................,,...,.,......A . .................. A ..........,..,...... ........-.-.-.--- Orcrn Lane, Elizabeth Flannigan, Mildred Morrow Ring and Pin ...............,..................................Y.......................,.........- Iean Reid, Peggy Gerlach, Raymond Wright. Colors .,.......,.........................A...................,.........................,. v...Y.... ......... . ......... . Virginia letters, George Welsch, Robert Baughman. Motto ........,......... ...............v..,... i............... v,,.......,..vv i.... v.....v. ........i...-i.i Betty Hook, William Tracey, Leonard Clutter. Flowers ..............,....,.. . ....,.........................A...........-...-............-.--.....-. Beatrice Belt, Alan Burton, Lawrence Hunter. ....,....Betty Mercer, Chairman .......Wil1iam Iones, Chairman Mildred Shepherd, Chairman ......,C1ara Lou Swain, Chairman .........Betty McCloskey Chairman Senior Class Motto - "Conquering and still to conquer" Colors - Red and Silver Flower - Carnation Senior Glass Qfay 'kylie gjatsyn Dan Corcoran ...... "Tr1p Busty Leonard Clutter .................. Tony Betty Mercer .................,.. Patsy Harlan Cotterman ......... Mr. Harrington Marjorie Walt Mrs. Harrington Annette Upson , ............... Sadie William Iones ....... . ...... Billy Lawrence Hunter ...........,,......... Mr. O'Flaherty Sixty-Two G!CZQS'S CSDOVLQ Words and. music bt SIM: G-av-gPea.ian. ima u OE. harry CLnssc.uw maven bE bnokm Emu The semm So n wiu. wishn Fvn.Then Siu c.n'rio when Jessinuswill Fig! aw FHEFQTF Jzilzl -Eafifffzwvd Ngwgnk Hlghifk aug Pnsswg' wEnLTh. vu shKenr Wis:Ly chme bnnvelgwell HGiTT'l"" Tl'-7' WK NWTWI' WT f-FHCQ2 QF-a' F1fF B O i A Ylu'l"unl uni Gi?-ILQR Meiiq ics Mgmt! will sin wa sake- , - 1 . !iE.!2E: ! 5"'iEfJ hlirllg hl 9 SrnLeL BJ Fnismhhlps F , va. 11 Lf' , Ne - yn. on ufrhe un-suF Fon.Ty- one Mmm! .M tmrrulwfgf ' F F- af' v af " li - -Egg-1252: - I Y .ruff nr 5 by mls Q,-Em JL,Q:93Wfj'W-4 Erie' nun. GTB: wi fanT' F'un.ev-ER T3Thi c.LasseF FanTy-our willilillbeln I QFHFEQFFF g S ylationaf Honor csbocfetg Row 1-lean Cochran, lune Redd, Shirley Browning, lean Besanceney, Florence Evans, lane Alexander, Velma Kisamore, Maxine Rickus. Row Z-Betty I-look, Leona Lawson, Betty Iden, Dorthy Blamer, Virginia letters, Elizabeth Flannigan. Beatrix Belt, Marjorie Stage, Dale Vermillion, Clara Lou Swain, Constance Vaiea. Row 3-Raymond Wright, Norma lean Penick, Dorothy Deck, Charlotte Myer, Lois Bowers, Iune Vogel, Rebecca Frazier, Dorothy Deering, Mildred Morrow, Doris lean Bradley, Dorothy Goodin, Elizabeth Mackey, Helen Vermillion, Miss Laura Hosick. Row 4-Eloise Van Fossen, lean Holcomb, Kathleen Teel, Frank Borroway, George Holcomb, Virginia Andrews, George Shinn, William Richardson, Edward Allen, Iames Buck, George Welsch, Marjorie Walt, Annette Upson, Virginia Maier, Peggy Gerlach, Elaine Horwitz. Not in Picture-Margaret Bower. The National Honor Society Was or- ganized in 1921 and has grown steadily until today there are more than twenty-three hundred chapters throughout the country. The first local chapter was begun in 1937 with Miss Laura Hosick as adviser. The society consists of the upper fifteen per cent ot the senior class which this year comprises forty-nine members. It aims to have an active organization whose purpose is to promote an interest in high scholastic standing. Sixty Four Members present at the annual din- ner held at Hotel Warden the last of April had the pleasure of hearing an address given by Mr. Ames Pierce of Denison University. A tea was given by the society for the pleasure of the and juniors who have sophomores been on the honor roll this year. The speaker for the Recognition Day As- sembly was Dr. K. I. Brown, president of Denison University. E, E Q 1 rr: 5 5 S 5, E S 5' Q5 w ffl . M' N H 'f A w . 'nwifl V 1 .-J x , BAA il! X fllsfjlt J, I 1 H' 'M 0 . unior Glass Qflqcers President - James Cooper l . Vice-President - William Sergeant Secretary - Angel Athan Treasurer - lerry Christrnan Sixty-Five Q , w xi 0 X . J' s J '. ' - G! R MIMO! USS ' W 2 1: is .. x:, 'f .:, . ' . s ag . S 5 ,Qi fs- . XB-2 W X.k " :gs ., Q - -1 -- 4- Us -- f Q- , . ., 5- -.1 .N ,sq .S 1 -. - . - .- L . . . -' t K - 1 . -' -. 1 ' WJ jf-I a X 2 A . 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Bow 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Sixty-Sxx -Belt, Bibart, Bieberbach, Binqer, Bixler, Boggs, Bolton, Bonham. -Bonifant, Bowers, Boyd, Braden, Braid, Brandt, Branscome, Brooks. -Brucker, Bumgardner, Burden, Burdine, Burkhart, I. Callander, R. Callander, Camlin. -B. Campbell, R. Campbell, W. Campbell, Cates, Chism, Christman, Christolferson, D. Clark. -E. Clark, I. Clark, Cooper, Corder. I ,f O xi? GSS. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row M -G. Coiiermon, T. Coitermcm, Cougill, Courson, Couriwriqhi, Coyne, Crcxiq, I. Cramer. -Cramer, Crc1mp1on, Cruwmer, Crouch, Curry, A. Curts, I. Curis, Dcrvino. H. Davis, L. Davis, S. Davis, De Board, Deering, Del Monico, Dorsey, Dowds. -Dry, Dudqeon, Dunn, Dwiqqins, Ellington, A. Elliott, E. Ellioti, Elmore. -England, Essiq, Evans, Ewing, Fears, Fields, Finney, Fisher. Fitzell, Flanniqcm, Fleming, Fletcher, Foqel, Aarbes, Ford, Fouls. -B. Frcmcis, I. Frcmcis, Frcmqcx, Frey, Frye, Gord, Goree, Gcrriner. Gcydos, Gentile, George, Gerber. Sixty-Seven --LUliOI' C1038 W Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Sixty-Eight H. Gibson, T. Gibson, Gilbert, Glass, Goode, Goodin, Gorman, Gray. X Greeley, Greenlee, Grove, Groves, Hater, Hair, Hall, Hare. Harqer, I. Harris, W. Harris, Harter, Hartman, Hartshorn, Hathaway, Haynes. Haynes, I-Iazlett, Henry, He-nzy, Hess, Higgins, I-liqhtshoe, Hill. B. I-linger, G. Hinger, VV. l-linger, Hinton, I. Hobbs, M. Hobbs, Hoffman, Hollar -Holton, Hook, Horst, Houdeshell, Hoy, Hull, Hurst, Ide. Ianchius, Iohns, Iohn, E. Jones, H. Iones, R. Jones, Iury, Keaser. Keim, B. Keller, D. Keller, Kelley. M it Of Q -U fl l,OI' GICISS Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row wm- Keyes, Kistler, Kuppinqer, Lahley, Landis, Lange, Lawrence, Lee. Lel-Iew, Lehman, Lescocly, Livingston, Lewis, I. Lewis, Linn, Loos. Lynch, McDonald, McElroy, Mclllyar, McMullen, McMurtry, Marshall, S. Martin. Massalas, Meacham, B. Miller, D. Miller, F. Miller, H. Miller, K. Miller, R. Miller. Minor, A. Mitchell, M. Mitchell, W. Mitchell, Mix, Moqler, Molnar, Montanarro. -Moody, B. Moore, E. Moore, I. Moore, Moorman, Morriss, Morrow, Munkachy. Murphy, Myer, E. Myers, M. Myers, Nehls, Neibarqer, Nethers, Nickols. -Norpell, Northey, Nuqeni, Null. . I Sixty-Nine 'X L24, . 'QI LUILOI' V CISS Seventy Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row HNunne1ly, Nye, O'Brien, F. Orr, O. Orr, Owen, Patton, Pemberton. Pfefler, Pierce, Piqq, Plants, Popham, Porter, Price, I. Priest. -M. Priest, Pryor, Radu, Ralph, Raney, Redman, Reese, Reid. Reinbeau, Resta, Rico, Ricciardo, Richards, Richardson, Ridenbauqh, Riel. -Rine, Rissler, Rizzo, Roach, Rogers, E. Roof, M. Roof, Rose. Rosenboom, Rothstein, Russell, Ryan, Sager, Sands, Saporito, G. Schaller I. Schaller, Schiifeler, Schisler, Scott, Seesholtz, Selby, Sergeant, M. Shaw. W. Shaw, Shields, Shimel, Shronck. LU! LOI' 616138 Q V A V22 PWWC-' ,wffiwiwffm . -- ,f7'W:, 'V 3 V . ff V V. Vw. 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Xxx Seveniy-One Ul'I.l.0l' GICISS Row Row Flow Row Seveniy-Two ,M Ni T5 1 Welsch, Welsh, Westlake, Weyersmiller, White, Whiimer, Wilkin, Willicxms. 1.. 2-D. Wilson, R. Wilson, V. Wilson, Wise, Wolfe, Wood, Woodyclrd, Woolcrd. 3-I. Woolcxrd, Worden, Workman, W. Wright, V. Wright, M. Wright, Yous, Yost 4-Young. CSDOpllOlTLOfQ Glass Qfjqcers President - luck Bickel Vice-President - Iohn Wctqers Secretary - Charlotte Hull Seventy-Three CSJOfJllOII'lOl'e 8,6183 Uedz Row l-C. Abbott, E. Abbott, Airesman, Alspach, C. An erson, S. Anderson, Andrews, Applegate Row Z-Arensberq, Ashley, Bailey, D. Baker, N. Baker, R. Baker, Ballinger, Barber. Row 3-I. Barnes, K. Barnes, Barstow, Barton, Bauqhman, Boylan, Beaumont, Beaver. Row 4-Bebout, Beckman, Bell, Benner, Bennett, Benton, Berry, Bickel. Row 5-Billow, D. Blizzard, R. Blizzard, Bonar, Braden, Brehm, Brooke, Burden. Row B-Butcher, Butts, Camp, Campbell, Carey, Carpenter, Carson, Cass. Row 7-Catt, Cavendish, Chan, Chapman, Chilcote, A. Clark, B. Clark, L. Clark. Row 8-I. Clark, R. Clark, F. Clay, R. Clay. Seventy-Four C90p!lOIT1,0I'e C7083 Row l-Coakley, Cocanour, N. Cochrcxn, W. Cochran, Collinsworth, N. Connor, W. Connor, Cook. Row 2-Cooperrider, Corder, Cordich, Corrinqion, Coyle, Cramer, Crane, Creqo. Row 3-Crowley, Cullison, Culver, Danese, Darlinq, I. Davidson, S. Davidson. Davis. Row 4-I. Davis, W. Davis, Day, Del Cecczto, Derrinqer, Di Blasio, Diller, Dodd. Row 5-Doerr, Dorsey, C. Drumm, I. Drumm, I. Duff, R. Duff, Duncan, Dunn. Row 6-Ecleberry, Ector, Eifinger, Elliott, Esworihy, Evans, Feliy, Fields. Row 7-Finkbone, Finney, Fisher, Flanniqan, Floolc, Forbes, Fraley, Frankenberry. Row 8-Franga, Fredriiz, Frey, Frizzell. Seventy-Five CSJOPIZOITLO-I'2 Gfass Row Row Row Row Row Row Row' Row Seventy-Six l-Fry, Fulke, Fulton, Galbraith, Gallagher, Garapedian, Gentile, Good. 2-Goodwin, Gordon, Haas, Haley, Hall, Hallisey, Haluczik, B. Harris. 3-G. Harris, N. Harris, P. Harris, R. Harris, Hay, Haycook, Haynes, Hayes. 4-Heald, Henry, Hideg, Hill, Hina, Hinger, Hitchcock, Hodge. 5-C. Hoffer, I. Hoffer, Hoffman, Hogne, Holman, Holmok, Honnenberger, Hoskinson. B-Hottinger, Howard, Howe, Hoy, C. Huber, E. Huber, Hollister, Huff. 7-N. Huffman, P. Huffman, E. Hughes, K. Hughes, R. Hughes, Hughes, Hull, Humbert 8-Humphrey, Hunt, I-Iupp, lclen. CSjOpllOIllOI'8 GMGSS E Q we Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 8- -B. Idl,e O. ldle, Iler, Irish, Irwin, Iamison, Iaynes, H. Iefiers. M. Ieffers, lenkins, Iohns, B. Johnson, M. Johnson, M. Iohnson, R. lohnson, B. lones. D. Iones, Iones, E. Iones, M. Iones, R. lones, Kaiser, Kane, Kemp. Kennedy, King, Kinney, Kinser, Kistler, Kitchen, Koerner, Kramer. M. Kreaqer, R. Kreaqer, Krietler, I. Krietler, Kvintus, D. Lake, H. Lake, I. Lake. Lambert, Lammers, Lane, H. Lawrence, S. Lawrence, Layman, Lea, Leasure. Le Fever, Leslie, B. Leiber, R. Lieber, Lieser, Linton, R, Littleton, W. Littleton. Louqhman, Love, Lovell, Lucas. Seventy-Seven CSDOPILOITLOFQ GICLSS Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Seventy-Eight Lynch, McAffee, McCartney, McClain, McCaulslcy, McDaniel, McElroy, McFarland Mc:Gauqhy, McKinnon, McKnight, McVey, Maharq, Maddox, Malley, Maniace. -Marriott, Meacham, Mercer, Messick, P. Miller, I. Miller, Mills, Mix. -E. Moore, I. Moore, Moran, Mulquin, Mulson, Myer, Myers, Nedelcoff. Neiqhbarqer, Neighbor, Nelson, Nickols, Norris, H. Nourse, R. Nourse, Nugent. -I. Nuiter, L. Nutier, O'De1l, O'Neal, Oatmcln, Offenbaker, Ogle, Orr. -Padgett, K. Palmer, E. Palmer, Parker, Parkison, Parlet, Poulion, Peoples. Porter, Pound, Price, Priest. CSJOpllOI7lOI'9 6,6183 --Q .fs .rel ....... ...Q is ww? Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row F. Priest, M. Priest, Pritchett, Radu, Raikin, B. Rector, S. Rector, Reese. E. Rice, I. Rice, Richards, Richardson, Riffle, Rine, Rinehart, Roberts. Roberts, Robertson, Robinson, Rodeniser, R. Rogers, W. Rogers, Rohan, Rolph. Ross, Ruton, Ryan, Schcxus, Schick, Schleiffer, Schmidt, Schnell. Schwartz, Scott, Sedgwick, Serfasc, Settles, Shaner, Shannon, Shide. Shipp. W. Shomaker, L. Shoemaker, Shonebarqer, Shriqley, Shrock, Shultz, Siegel. I. Simpson, I. Simpson, M. Simpson, Sissea, Slater, D. Smith, E. Smith, M. Smith. R. Smith, R. Smith, V. Smith, Snelling. Seventy-Nine CSJOPAOIDZOFQ GICISS Eiqhiy Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row -Snoor, B. Snyder, L. Snyder, R. Snyder, Stalling, Stauifer, Steinbaugh, Steinman. -Stephens, Steven, Stevens, Siewart, Strader, Swain, Swartz, Swisher. ' -Tail, Tate, Taylor, Tharp, G. Thompson, I. Thompson, I. Thompson, Tiebout. -Toiien, Traqer, Tumblin, Upson, Uits, Vaiea, Vail, Vandayburq. 5... -Von Shriltz, Waddell, Wallace, Ward, Watson, Weakley, Weaver, Webb. Eweiber, Weiss, Wells, L. Wells, R. Wells, Vllelsh, Weston, Wheeler. -White, Wilkins, Willey, Williams. Vander Horen, Van Wey, Varner, Varrasso, Vermillion, Villars, Vogan, Vogel C9Opl'LOlnOI'2 G!ClSS Row l-I. Williams, M. Williams, R. Williams, Willis, D. Wilson, V. Wilson, Winn, Wintermuie. Row 2-T. Wolfe, W. Wolfe, Wolfle, Wolford, Vlfonder, Woodbridge, Wright, Yates. Row 3-Yockey, Zimmerman. Eighty-One Woodrow Wilson gunior gfiglz Qgclzoo fix E. H. Heckelman Principal AQB., Ohio Wesleyan Graduate Work, Ohio State University Eighty-Three lfwifson 7201.16 Qracfe Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Eighty-Four Left to Right: l--B. Anderson, R. Anderson, E. Andrews, M. Andrews, Armstrong, Baqent, Beall, R. Bell 2-V. Bell, Beinhower, Billman, Bourne, Bowman, Bradley, Brooks, Brown. 3-QG. Buchanan, M. Buchanan, Byers, Campbell, Carpenter, Chester, Crane, Crothers. 4-Crouse, Danforth, Dennison, Deutsch, Donavan, Dorsey, Elliott, Embry. 5-English, Engle. Eppelein, Esworthy, French, Goldsmith, Goodrich, Gorsuch. 6-Gauqh, Gaulteri, Gutridge, Hathaway, Hawkins, R. Haynes, T. Haynes, Helphney. 7-Hiatt, Huffman, I. Hughes, M. Hughes, lackson, Jones, Keyes, Kibler. 8-Kidd, Kime, Kirk, Kurtzhalz. Uyifson nintlz Qracfe Row l-Leedy, Lescalleet, Mike, L. Miller, P. Miller, W. Miller, Mitchell, Mossman. Row Z-Null, McQueen, Pfeffers, Phillips, Pletcher, Benner, Resta, Richards. Row 3-B. Roberlson, H. Robertson, Rose, Rossel, Sanders, Sauliz, Scales, Shanton. Row 4--Slick, Smith, Starling, Strickland, Tawney, Toothman, Valentine, M. Van Atta. Row 5-V. Van Atta, Van Horn, Virgin, Wagner, Warnock, Weekley, Wells, Wesirbrook. 6 Row -Wetzel, Wharton, Whitaker, Wilson, Woodyard, Yarqer, Young. Not in Picture-Bradley, Norpell. Eighty-Five tgncfustrial .jqlrts anc! Cbomestic 'Science Woodrow Wilson Iunior High School is proud to feature their Domestic Science and Industrial Arts Departments in this issue of the Reveille. Mrs. Sara Ernst is the instructor in charge of Domestic Science and meets all seventh and eighth grade girls for one double period each week. The same is true ot the seventh and eighth grade boys in Industrial Arts under Mr. L. I. Tipton's instruction. These courses are elective to pupils in the ninth grade and about seventy pupils are enrolled. The Domestic Science Course consists of two divisions, Cooking and Sewing: and the Industrial Arts Course is divided into three areas namely, Wood, Metal and Printing. Eighty Six mooseiveft xgunior gfigfz CSJC-hoof I. H. Miller Principal A. B., Denison University Graduate Work, Ohio State University, University of Chicago Eighty-Seven moosesveft nf'-n tfz Qrcz ale Row , Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Eighty-Eight :Eward, G. Edwards, M. Edwards, Farley, Farrington, Fields, Fisher, Fletcher. 5- 5- --Alexander, Anderson, Atskoii, Ayers, Bailey, E. Baker, E. Baker, Becker. Bieberbach, Biefnes, Bland, B. Bonham, W. Bonham, Brooks, Burgess, Burkam. Citrone, Clifford, Cocaour, Collier, Courson, DeMar, Dugan, Dwiqgins. Foos, Forqraves, Francis, Galbraith, Gaurner, Gibbson, Graham, Grieser. Gulick, Guthrie, Hall, Hand, P. Hand, Harden, Harier, Heckelman. I-leckman, Higqenbothan, Hobbs, I-lohl, Holmes, I-lomman, Honenberqer, Huison -Jones, M. Jones, Keaser, Keck. moosevetft Tlintlz Qraale Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row , Keclcly Keim Kendrick Kramer Kreaqer Kuhn Lallathin Lavery. Lee, Liqhtle, McElfresh, Mcllyar, Macldux, Maidel, Main, Marietta. Markham, lvl. Martin, V. Martin, Masters, Matticks, Mercer, H. Miller, I. Miller. I. Neqele, L. Negele, Norras, Palmer, Phillips, Porter, Price, Riclenour. Riley, Russell, Sanner, Seiter, Simpson, B. Smith, C. Smith, Smucker. -Sprague, Steele, Stewart, Strang, Sunkle, Swartz, Tait, Thomas. -Truex, Trumbo, B. Van Atta, I. Vanatta, Van Ness, L. Wilson, T. Wilson, W. Wilson -Wolfe. Not in Picture-Edward Ewald, Donald Hess, Grace Penick. Eighty Nine Ninety ooseveft xgournafism ROOSEVELT NEWS STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ....... ....,..,.............,.,...,..,,,.,....,............... ,.,,,. I a caueline Kramer HOMEROOMS ,.,..... .........................,,.,.. M artha Edwards ELEMENTARY .......... .............,......,...,...... P atsy Higginbotham WEE CEE ....,......... .,.....,.. D orothy I-lenzy, Mary Mackenzie ASSEMBLY .,......... ...............................,........w L ou lean Hall P. T. A. ...............,..,..... ............ P atty Seiter GIRLS' SPORTS .......... BOYS' SPORTS .......... Peqqy Dugan Bob Farrington SUNSHINE CLASS ....,.... .,......,...,..,...,.... S hirley I-lanaford CLUBS ...,.............v........ FUN ...v...................,... ADVERTISING ........ ADVISOR .... L .... TYPIST ..,.,... Thelma Francis Danny Grieser, Burr Vanatta Roger Gaumer, Bob Farrington, Edwinna Baker, Edward Ewald Edith M. Fleming REPORTERS Mrs. Robert Woodward Donna Van Ness, lohn Gulick, Robert Clifford, Wallace Graham, Alice Tait, Sally Smucker, Charlotte Kuhn, Beryl Ann Keckley, Martha Hohl, Betty Price, Iohn Anderegg, Donald Boyd, Ieannette lury, Roger Pratt, Mary Selby, Doris Truex, Marilyn Iones, Carl Welsch. Offncofn tgunior High csuclzool Thorct MctcDonc1qh Principal A. B., Denison University N ine ty-One sancoln TZ-in th Qraale Row Row How Row Row Row Row Row N tnety-Two 2: L. Andrews, R. Andrews, Barrinqer, Beckman, Blizzard, Burden, Burnley, I. Campbell Ft. Campbell, Carson, Channell, Christy, Cotterman, Coulter, Courtney, Crist. Crowley, K. Dames, M. Darnes, R. Davis, S. Davis, Dayton, F. Dennis, I. Dennis. DiGiando, Drumm, Filkosky, Fink, M. Francis, l. Francis, Freeman, Garner. -Goodyew, Gould, Hare, Hall, Hart, Harris, Hinqer, Holman. -Houdeshell, Hunter, Hupp, Jacobs, Johnson, Iones, Kidner, Kirk. -Kvinius, Lang, Lecky, Lewis, Louqhman, Luby, Maharq, MCCoullouqh. 3- Meckley, Miller, Montgomery, Moore. eglncofrz, Tlintfz Qracfe Row l Row 2 Row 3 Row Row Row Not in -Moran, Morriss, Neighbor, Patrick, Pound, D. Price, H. Price, P. Price. -S. Price, Provin, Quick, Rechel, Rine, Rosebrauqh, Rubel, Scullard. -Schenck, Seaman, Seidel, Shannon, Shaw, Shepherd, Shoults, Showman. 4-Shriqley, C. Smith, R. Smith, Solomon, Spring, Steadmcm, Steele, Stevens. 5-Stockdale, Strader, Sullivan, Tarqett, Teaqarden, E. Thompson, H. Thompson, Thrap. 6-Traqer, Van Winkle, Varner, Vogel, Walker, Warman, Warthen, Webb. Row 7-Welsh, Wilkin, Wise, Yost, York. Picture-Marjorie Bebout, Coletta Varner, Walter Griqsby, Charles Mason, Mary Mason, Grace Newlon, Marie Osburn, Eugene Pryor, William Scoles, Bennie Snadqrass, Evelyn Thompson, Emoqean Thompson, Eleanor Ulrich, Norma Ulrich, Mozelle Whyde, Wilson, Donald Wood, Smith Noel, Ernest Dayton. Ann Ninety-Three tgolzysical galucation anal cgorclz The physical education program at Lincoln School is built upon the foun- dation that the development of a sound body is of prime importance. Toward this end all activities are directed, in the belief that physical and mental poise will be tht: result. Pyramid building and tumbling are only two phases of this well-rounded curriculum. The ability to work and play with one's fellows and to enjoy such contacts thoroughly, is a worth-while accomplishment in a world which is turning more and more toward leisure time recreation. A The Torch Club was formed at Lincoln School to give recognition to good scholarship, to develop and promote school spirit, and to foster friendly cooper- ation. All eighth and ninth grade girls of the school are eligible to membership provided they have achieved the required average of three A's and one B for the previous year: To retain membership the girls' names must appear on the school honor roll each period. While the chief purpose of the organization is to maintain good scholar- ship, yet it also recognizes the social importance of school life. The club has taken part in all school activities and has sponsored others itself. At various times the Torch Club has presented plays, made linoleum block prints, dressed dolls for the Christmas committee, and made scrap books for the children's ward at the City Hospital. Ninety Four , Gentral gufzior gfiglz csclzoof Lester B. Cox ' Principal A. B., Otterbein College Graduate Work, Ohio. State University Ninety-Five Gen tra Tzinth Qra ale Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Ninety-Six -Allen, Alspach,'Amos, Anderson, Annarino, Backenstos, C. Benner, S. Benner -Bieberbach, Beesler, Bline, L. Brehm, N. Brehm, Brooks, Caqney, Carlisle. Clark, Cochran, Cree, D'Amico, Davenport, Deering, Disbennelt, Dollison. -Dunn, Dustheimer, Eddy, Ervin, Foqle, Frenier, Frizzell, Geidenberqer. Graves, H. Gutridqe, P. Gutridqe, Hall, Harris, Harier, Hayes, Hazen. I-Iiichcock, Holman, Horst, Huffman, Jeffreys, Iohnson, C. Iones, M. Iones. R. Iones, W. Iones, Kappes, Kennington, Kmq, A. Kirk, R. Kirk, Lake. Lawrence, Livingston, Loar, Logan. Gentra! ninth Qracfe Row 1-Luqenbeal, Miller, Mltrea, Mouni, Moore, Norpell, Norris, O'Brien. Row 2-H. Offenbaker, R. Offenbaker, Patten, Payne, Penn, Pinkerton, Priest, Redman. Row 3-Riqglemun, Ruprlghi, Sieler, Shackleford, Simms, D. Smilh, E. Smith, E. Smith. Row 4-Snedden, Snoor, Stauch, Steele, B. Sievens, W. Stevens, Stouqh, Swick. Row 5-Thompson, Trost, Van Winkle, Wakefield, Walters, Welsh, Wiley, Williams. Row 6-Wintermute, Wooles, Worley. Those noi in Picture-Beesler, Bodkin, Cope, Elder, Humphrey, Iean Marlin, David Marlin, Woodyarcl, Baird, I-leald. Ninety-Seven Lqumfor csjchofastlc .Representatives 4 The pupils in the picture presented here were selected to serve as mem- bers of the Pupil Advisory Board for the March 10 issue of JUNIOR SCHOLAS- TIC. This group met with Mr. Kingery on March 12 to answer prepared ques- tions concerning this issue of the magazine. The members were also asked to give their impressions of the general make-up of the magazine. The picture appeared in the March 10 issue. Members oi the board presented here are as follows: Front row, left to right, Billie lean Tabler, Frank Spencer, Ir., Billy Baumgartner, Lewis Yarnelli, and Gene Rodgers. Second row, Marjorie Miller, Adelia Arnold, Esther Athan, Ursula Lea, Donna Vogel, Betty Wise, and James Jones. Ninety-Eight W? 2- , S .AM 'ga cstualent Gounci! Row l-lean Besanceney, Virginia Scott, Mary Elinor Steinbaugh, Dazie Ann Wells, Betty Parkinson, Kathleen Stradley, Virginia Icffers, Betty Mercer, lean Cochran, Beatrice Belt, Clara Lou Swain. Row 2-Miss Rosa Pugh, Betty Francis, Virginia Wright, Marjorie Stage, Mary Ellen Abbott, Iune Myer, Peggy Lou Gerlach, Betty Camlin, Robert McDonald, Dale Vermilion, George Welsch, Mr. F. C. Boyd. Row 3-Iames Buck, Iarnes Cooper, Carl Fields, Edward Allen, Max Davidson, Leonard Clutter, Henry Hook, Elmer Munkachy, George Pigg, Lorenzo Lea, William Richardson, Shinn, William Hall. Not in Picture-Gus Hess. This year the duty of granting char- ters to clubs was carried out by the Student Council. Assembly programs were planned and participated in by the members of this body. One of these programs was the explanation of the purposes of some of the clubs given by their respective presidents. Principal Frew C. Boyd is the ad- viser of the Student Council and Miss Rosa Pugh the assistant adviser. Other duties of the Student Council are promoting attendance and en- couraging individual improvement. The worthwhile purposes and duties of the Student Council make it an important organization of this school. One Hundred George To develop in the student a growing appreciation oi membership in a de- mocracy by providing the education responsibilities of, and privileges of participating in, such a democracy in the school is an important purpose of the Student Council. Some of the other purposes are to unify all student organizations under one general con- trol, to encourage and promote all worthy school activities, and to give the students greater opportunities for self-direction. This organization is made up of thirty-five members elected by the student body from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. President ......,..,.. ............. E dward Allen Vice-President ...... ...... W illiam Richardson Secretary ......... ..,........ I ean Cochran Treasurer ...... ................................. R obert McDonald Advisers. ...... Miss Rosa Pugh - Mr. Frew Boyd eozzege all Row l-Margaret Lee Wolfe, Betty Hook, Maxine Rickus, Beatrice Belt, Harlan Cotterman, Richard Rusk, Donald Bailey, Iames Brown, William Pryor, George Holcombe, lean Holcombe, Lois Bowers, lane Alexander. Row 2-Sadie Garapedian, Carol Binger, Clara Lou Swain, Marjorie Walters, Leah Koehler, Mar- jorie Walt, lane McDaniels, Elisabeth Flannigan, Betty Iden, Charlotte Myer, Margaret Bowers, Virginia letters, Dorothy Blamer, lean Reid, Betty Mercer, Ann Sprowls. Row 3-Marjorie Anderson, Dorothy Deering, Avonne Kramer, Virginia Maier, Iessica Morrison, lean Besanceney, Bettie McCloskey, Annette Upson, Peggy Lou Gerlach, Elaine Horwitz, Dorothy Deck, Martha Ann Callander, Helen Vermilion, Eloise Van Fossen, lune Vogel, Velma Kisamore, lean Cochran. Row 4-eluanita Higgins, Grace Walters, Katherine Kemnitzer, Elizabeth Mackey, Ruth Clem, William Iones, Richard Brunner, Larry Hunter, William Tait, Leonard Clutter, Edward Allan, Max Davidson, Gordon Crow, Allan Burton, Iames Buck, lack Cullison, William Richardson, Ralph Daniels, William Beard, George Shinn. Not in Picture-Richard Pierce, Barbara Matticks, Valois Lomas, Donald Hoskinson, Roy Plymale, Yvonne Randaxhe, Virginia Vogan. The purpose of the college club is to acquaint its members with the va- rious colleges and to help each mem- ber find the college which is best suited to his needs. During the year field representatives from different colleges spoke to the club on the location, expense, re- quirements, and the financial aid and the opportunities offered by the schools. Pamphlets were sent from the various colleges for the club's use. Scholarship tests were taken to pre- pare the members for the tests taken upon entering a school. President ..,,.,,,.,., ...,,. lvl ariorie Walt Vice-President ...... ,,... G eorge Shinn Secretary. ...,,.,.. ,.....,...,.....,..... I ean Reid Treasurer ,,,,,. ...... E lisabeth Flanniqan Adviser ,...., .,.,.. M iss Bertha Crilly Members of the club Wishing to find out more about a college were given the opportunity to visit that college on a high school day which was estab- lished by some of the colleges. On this day the members of the club spent the entire day on a college campus. The students were given the oppor- tunity of selecting colleges that would provide them with the studies they wish to follow. One Hundred One C8004 GM, President ........... The book club provides students with the opportunity of learning how to read a book and how to appreci- ate it. The first of the year the club's ad- viser, Miss Bertha Crilly, reviewed HOW TO BEAD A BOOK, by Mor- timer I. Adler. Other club programs consisted of reviews by the members ot the club. The club as a whole studied Ho- mer's ODYSSEY in order to acquaint ,. Betty McCloskey Vice-President ....,t..... ..... E laine Horwitz Secretary-Treasurer .... .,,.r.. P eggy Gerlach ' Adviser ......,...,......... Miss Bertha Crilly the members with one ot the greatest books of the world. The questions on the book sent out from Mr. Adler's class at the University of Chicago were used in the discussion of the ODYSSEY. ln the forming of this club one ot the ideas that were kept in mind was to offer students a broader knowledge of the finer things in life that are found in great books. Row l-Sadie Garapedian, Carol Binqer, Clara Lou Swain, Marjorie Walters, Leah Koehler, Bettie McCloskey, Peggy Lou Gerlach, Elaine Horwitz, Betty Iden, Charlotte Myer, Elisabeth Flanniqan, Margaret Fry, Florence Evans. Row 2-Florence Steele, Iune Redd, Mary lane Vintilla, Marjorie Mike, Marjorie Walt, Mildred Morrow, Eva Kelley, Carol Anderson, Beulah Armstrong, Helen Schmidt, Frances Greeley. Row 3-lessica Morrison, Jean Besanceney, Annette Upson, Alan Burton, William Beard, Donavon Hall, Iames Browne, James Wolfe, Iohn Hazlett, Oscar Horst. Not in Picture-Barbara Matticks, lean Wallace, Virginia Vogan, Carl Nethers. One hundred Two '77 M GIH6 FIRST SEMESTER President ,.,.,.... Vice-President .. Secretary ,.,....,.. Treasurer .,....,.. Edward Allen Arthur Davis William Hall Richard Shell Faculty Adviser ....... ...... M r. Edgar Sherman SECOND SEMESTER President v........... ..... , Robert Smith Vice-President .... ..., I erry Christman Secretary .......... ...,,,. W illiam Hall Treasurer .... .... Vt, 'illiam Craig . All boys who have won a varsity letter in any major sport are entitled to membership in the N Club. The purposes ot the club are to promote clean sportsmanship in athletics, to assist the Athletic Association in pro- moting athletic relations with other schools, and to help in the manage- ment of athletic events. Last year the N Club became a "going concern" again due to the re- vision ot the club constitution and now is one ot the most active organiza- Row 1- tions in the school. The program for the year includes talks on athletics, sport quizzes, and motion pictures which are given at the weekly meet- ings. Each year the club gives the senior members a pass to the athletic events of the following year. Also it awards a medal to the boy who, in the club's opinion, has been the most outstand- ing in athletics during his high school career. This award last year went to Edward Anton. Ierry Christman, Max Davidson, Larry Hunter, Karl Seesholtz, George Bibart, William Pryor, Sherman Green, William Craig, Arthur Davis, Robert Smith. Row 2-lerry lury, Charles Abbott, Iames Smith , lames Glover, Wayne Byers, Walter Redman, Vaughn Malone, Richard Shell, Dale Vermilion, Edward Allan, Duane Myers, Iames Cooper, Ralph Montanero, William Steinman, Mr. Edgar Sherman. Row 3- Harold Gibson, Robert Walsh, William Tr Petrey, Keith Priest, William Winn, William Hall. Not in Picture-Robert Milligan, Dwight Snelling. acey, William Tait, Raymond Wheeler, Eugene One Hundred Three .yfinnuaf Staff Row l-Ann Marshall, George Shinn. Row 2-Martha Lehman, Geraldine Minor, June Christofferson, Frederick Ryan, Robert McDonald. Row 3-Patricia Norpell, Robert Mills, Elaine Horwitz, Eugene Root. Row 4--Mariorie Walters, Virginia Scott, Marjorie Price, Betty McCloskey. Row 5-Margaret Bowers, Ruth Anderegg, Iulie Henzy, Iohn Hazlett. 6 Row Not in Picture--lean Besanceney. The Annual Staff aims to present a book which the students will accept favorably and which they will regard as their book. By reflecting and in- terpreting the events and achieve- ments of the student body and ad- ministration, the annual serves as an informal record to the community. It incorporates the opinions, activities, and characteristics of the high school students and the town itself by means of articles and photographs. The staff One Hundred Four -Peggy Lou Gerlach, Iohn Deering, Norton Suter. strives to attain life, reader interest, and individuality in the book since it furnishes the opportunity for the ex- pression of student talent and initia- tive. The staff Wishes to extend its sin- cere appreciation to Mr. Iohn S. Lorr, Mr. W. A. Whitehead, and their re- spective classes tor their work and cooperation in the art sections of the annual. Editor ,...,....,..,,.,.. .,,...,,...., G eorge Shinn Associate Editor ..,. ..... I eanne Besanceney Faculty Adviser .... .... M iss Bertha Crilly ournafisrn Staff Seated-Betty Burdine, Dorothy Deering. Iune Redd, Ruth Fields, Beatrice Belt, Ioan Taylor, Wil- liam Richardson, Mae-jean Barlowe, Clara Lou Swain, Carl Simpson. Standing-Susan Martin, Betty Iden, Pauline Boggs, Dorothy Blamer, Charlotte Myer, Mary lane Vintilla. Not in Picture-Eugene Griffith. The editorial work on the Reveille News Sheet is performed by the Iour- nalism class. The News Sheet in- cludes editorials, fun column, accounts of sports, and other articles on the va- rious school activities. The subscrib- ers receive a copy weekly with spe- cial issues at different times through- out the year: such as, the Christmas issue and the senior issue. In addition to studying a standard textbook the class also reads the NEW YORK TIMES daily for a study of vocabulary, current events, and the Editor ..,,,,....,........... . .... William Richardson Associate Editor ,,..,. ....... C lara Lou Swain Faculty Adviser ....... ,...., M iss Bertha Crilly essentials of newspaper work. The News Sheet affords members of the staff an opportunity of gaining experience in writing for publication. This organization prepares the mate- rial needed for maintaining a record of school events and giving publicity to school work. Creative writing is also encouraged by thisyrnedium. The Reveille has membership in the National Scholastic Press Association sponsored by the University of Minne- sota. It is also a member of the Iour- nalism Association of Ohio. One Hundred Five tm oom, .Zgen ts Adviser ...,.w At the beginning of the school year each session room teacher selects a boy and girl to act during the year in the capacity of room agents. The stu- dents chosen must be dependable and accurate in their work. It is their duty to interview each person in the school and solicit his or her subscrip- tion to the Reveille News. After the first semester the room agents again solicit each student for his subscrip- tion to the Reveille Annual. Mr. George Stoeckmann A great deal of responsibility rests upon the shoulders of the room agents. They play an important part in keep- ing the student body informed on school activities. Each agent is in charge of selling tickets to the stu- dents in his session room for all school functions. It is up to them to stimulate an active interest in all school entertainments: therefore, the room agents exert considerable influ- ence in creating a better school spirit. Row l-Martha Fitzell, Leaona Lawson, Imogene Ryan, Gloria Del Monica, Betty Ann Jones, Betty Braden, Eleanor Vtlinterrnute, Sadie Garapedian, Shirley Love, Barbara Beaver, Irma Myers. Row 2-Mr. George Stoeckmann, Dick Williams, Dale Haynes, Richard Day, George Beckman, Yvonne Randaxhe, lean McCracken, Helen LeHew, Marilyn Finkbone, Ianice Woodbridge, Robert Snyder, Ioe Iones. Row 3--Rodger Sedgwick, William Kennedy, Robert Pieifer, Marie Sissea, Marjorie Steinman, Martha Roof, Mary Hull, Patricia Ashley, Lois Brandt, Patricia Norpell, Lucille Lane, Leonard Clutter, Donovan Hall. Row 4-Walter Conners, Richard Brunner, Louis Lynch, Carl Fields, Dean Vandayberq, Earl Orr, Richard Rusk. Not in Picture-Richard Dunn, Betty Hideq, Melvin Johnson, Robert Snyder, Carol Binqer, Fred Mossrnan, Paul Wolf, Edgar Baker, Rodney Callander, Robert Dunn, Iack Gilbert, Iames Schaller, Carl Simpson, lason Yost. One Hundred Six Qgusiness Staff Business Manager ..,.... ..Q... R Obert A. leI'1kiI1S Assistant Manager ...... ..................., C Ctrol Anderson Faculty Adviser ......,. ..,.., M r. George Stoeckmonn The business staff is organized early each year to begin the work of soliciting advertisements tor the Preveille Annual. Several advertisers are assigned to each member who personally contacts the advertisers. It is through this contact that the student gains valuable experience and train- ing in connection with the business World. The securing of advertise- ments develops a poise and ease that Row 1- I will be valuable in any future busi- ness contacts. lt is also an opportu- nity for the members of the business statt to become acquainted with the Merchants ot our community. The success ot the annual depends a great deal upon the Work oi the business staff, for its members secure the advertisements which partially ii- nance the book. lean Baird, Mary Dunwoody, Dorothy Goodin, Betty Cuningham, Betty Noblick, Elizabeth Matis, Pauline Padgett, Lois I-lodge, Shirley Love, Mary Alice Howard. Row 2- Hazel McKinnon, Reva Hoskinson, Ianice Hoy, Helen Hickey, Eva Mae Atherton, Carol Anderson, Buelah Armstrong, Ruth Ann Iames, Ida Ruth MacDonald, lean Richardson. Row 3-Mr. George Stoeckmann, Virginia McDaniel, Grace Adams, Ruth Layman, Betty Moore, Robert Ienkins, Harrod Cole, William Hall. ' One Hundred Seven mil71QOgfGp'h 't Row l-Eva Mae Atherton, Helen Hickey, Aileen Mills, Laura Warnock, Kathleen Teel, lean Kemp, Constance Vaiea. Row 2-Doris Bradley, Dorothy Gooclin, Marjorie Stage, Norma lean Penick, Virginia Andrews, Mildred Morrow, Betty Davis, Margery Prince, Elizabeth Shannon. Noi in Picture-Barbara Keim. Excellent typing ability and high scholastic record were the bases on which the sixteen senior girls were selected for the mimernograph staff. The most important function of this group is its Work With the journalism class in preparing the six page weekly newspaper. The Iournalism class writes and types the articles and sends them to the mimeograph de- partment Where the stencils are cut, material mimeographed, and papers folded for distribution. This organiza- tion also does a large amount of work for the teachers, the office, and school clubs. Faculty Adviser ...... One Hundred Eight Among the material which this staff has printed this year are the following: A seventy-seven page manual of high school health bulletins, numerous tests for the English Department, train- ing rules and track and field an- nouncements for the athletic depart- ment, application blanks, ballots, and initiation instructions for the G. Y. A. Club, copies of the constitution for the student council, recipes and other data for the Domestic Science Department. ln these and various other ways the Mimeograph Staff is of Valuable as- sistance to the entire school. Mrs. Dorothy Robb CQQFMOI' ef.-- y Row l-Kenneth Wright, Danny Cocoran, Dale Chaney, Paul Zeiher, Owen I-Ieatwole, Donald Bailey, Marvin Crouse, Richard Pierce, lames Grimm. ' Row 2--Carl Shannon, Larry Hunter, William Iones, William Steinman, Leonard Clutter, Iames Buck, Robert Bauqhman, William Richardson, Sidney Shoemaker, Robert lngold. Row 3-lohn McMurtry, William Tracey, Frank Borroway, Eugene Petrey, Duane Myers, John Bebout, William Pryor, George Shinn, Richard Brunner, Harrod Cole, Pat Giblon, lack Pease, Richard Dugan, William Beard, Robert Mills, Mr. Stewart Cox. Row 4-Mr. Ralph Smith, Robert McDonald, Robert Cherry, Raymond Pound, Douglas Wentz, Oscar Smith, Thomas Evans, Gordon Crow, Robert Dumm, Edward Allan, Max Davidson, Wil- liam Nugent, Iames Browne, Richard Rusk, Alan Burton, Robert Bazler. Not in Picture-Gene Stevens, Thomas Gibson, Ben Friend. "Clean living, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship and clean speech." This is the purpose on which the Senior Hi-Y is built. The Senior Hi-Y meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. The programs for the meetings during the year consisted of speakers and of educational movies. The speakers included a state patrol- man on safety and Mr. I. S. Lorr on art. The social activities consisted of President ......... Vice-President ..... ....... Secretary ........ ..... R obert Baughman Treasurer ........... ..... W illiam Steinman Faculty Adviser ..... ...... M r. Stewart Cox Iames Buck Leonard Clutter sweater and formal dances and picnic parties. This year, as always, the club sponsored Friendship Week, which in- cluded the Friendship Dance. The Hi-Y with other clubs gave baskets of food to the needy at Christmas. The ath- letic schedule was made up of swim- ming and basketball. The Hi-Y con- cluded the year with a formal dinner dance. One Hundred Nine U l'lvlO I' President ....Q...... Vice-President .. 1 Secretary ,....... Treasurer .....,..... Faculty Adviser The Junior Hi-Y, as a separate or- ganization, was instituted in Novem- ber, 1940, with the officers named above in charge. This club meets in the Y. lvl. C. A. each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The sessions open with the usual club business, followed by some one phase of the following five point program set up early in the year: re- ligious life, athletics, education, public service, and social activities. Speakers appearing before the club included, among others, Mr. Logan Crossland, business men's adviser of the organizationp and Mr. James T. my Henry Hook Jay Yost Eugene Roof Angel Athan Mr. C. P. Smith Business Adviser ..... ,.... M r. Logan Crossland Passman, Mr. A. B. Long and Mr. Stewart Cox of the high school faculty. Other activities of the club during the year included a social event at the Y camp, a trip through various city departments, the donation of baskets at Thanksgiving and at Christmas, meetings with Hi-Y's from other cities, and gifts of books to the high school library. The Y. M. C. A. gymnasium and pool were made available to the club at various meetings. The year's activities were concluded with a dance and social meeting. Row l-Fred Ryan, James Cooper, James Gerber, John Cramer, Bud Workman, Angel Athan, Eugene Roof, Henry Hook, Jason Yost, Howard Crouch, James Branscome, James Francis. Row 2-Mr. J. T. Pcxssman, Mr. Logan Crossland, Jerry Christman, Dwight Snelling, William Ser' geant, John Starrett, Gus Hess, Elmer Munkachy, John Hazlett, William Haynes, George Schaller, James Schaller, Mr. C. P. Smith. Row 3-Paul Resta, John Priest, Ray George, Rodney Callander, Howard Miller, James Curry, Wilbur Mitchell, Franklin Keyes, James Wolfe, Eugene Ewing, Jerry Jury, William Hall. Not in Picture-Edgar Baker, William Craig, Paul O'Brien, Robert Pfeffer, Donald Smith, John Smith. One Hundred Ten CSJOPAOITZOFQ U President ...v...,..., .... Vice-President ....., .,... Secretary ........ Treasurer ........,.. ..,.,. Faculty Adviser ...... The Sophomore l-li-Y club was or- ganized again this year with the aim of promoting clean living. The Hi-Y club meets every Monday evening at 7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. The pro- grams consist of lectures, gymnasium activities, and social events. The lec- tures were given by Principal F. C. Boyd and other members of the fac- ulty. Social events sponsored by the Edward Holmok William Kennedy William I-logue Iames Flannigan Mr. I. T. Passman club included suppers, dances, and open-house parties. Other activities were recreational contests between the members at the Y. M. C. A. club- rooms. The club Went to church in a group to carry out the religious pro- gram. The attendance and interest was very satisfactory throughout the year, and the program was carried out. Row l-Richard Day, William Winn, Dale Haynes, Edward Holmok, Gilbert Reese, Eugene Bell William Finney. Row 2-Melvin Iohnson, Robert Jamison, Robert Tiebout, George Beckman, Charles McCartney Frederick Schaus, William Kennedy, Frank Clay, Harold Nourse, James Swain. Row 3-Robert Andrews, Donald McCualsky. Homer Pound, Robert Serfass, Darrell Jones, Ir. Richard Baker, Robert Ienkins, Patrick Irish, Carl Cooperider, Lewis Goodwin, Richard Ults, Robert Wells. Row 4-Mr. Ralph Smith, William Slater, lack Flook, Ivan Snyder, Ioseph Billow, George Upson, William Hogue, Robert Hughes, Dale Galbraith, Raymond Nourse, lack Koerner. One Hundred Eleven Q-y-ff Row 1--leanne Embrey, Iris Forster, Marjorie Walters, Leah Koehler, Elisabeth Flanniagn. Row 2-Jeanne Gibbony, Elizabeth Mackey, Helen Hickey, Mildred Sheppard, Ieanne Besanceney, Bettie McCloskey, lean Reid, Avonne Kramer, Virginia lefiers. Row 3-Nyla Boss, Charlotte Myer, Mildred Morrow, Dorothy Blamer, Peggy Lou Gerlach, Peggy Horchler, Virginia Vogan, Annette Upson, Marjorie Walt, Barbara Matticks, Ruth Ann lames, Dorothy Deck, Margaret Lee W'olte, Betty Hook, Clara Lou Swain, Virginia Maier. Row 4-Yvonne Randaxhe, Iessica Morrison, Betty lden, Martha Ann Callander, Frances Eddy, lane McDaniel, Marjorie Stage, Betty Mercer, Elaine Horwitz, Eva Mae Atherton, Ruth Clem, lean Cochran, Beatrice Belt. Carol Binqer, Kathryn Kemnitzer. The purposes of the Girls' Youth Association, formerly the G. Y., are to foster interest among its members in the social, economic, educational, cultural, and civic conditions of their school and community, and to make efficient their volunteer service. This year the G. Y. A. has arranged a definite civic program which aims to benefit not only its members but Secretary .......... One Hundred Twelve also the community in general. Un- der the joint directorship of Mrs. Dorothy Robb and Miss Pauline McCreary the club began the year by donating its services to the school for the purpose of decorating the automo- biles which carried the Queen and her attendants to the Homecoming President ........,,... ...... I eanne Besanceney Vice-President ...... .... B ettie McCloskey lean Reid Q-if . Row l-Ruth Andereqg, Betty Camlin, Marilyn Binqer, Patricia Norpell, Sara Owen, Ioan Taylor, Patricia Bauman. Row 2-Ivadel Schisler, Iosephine Barrett, Mary Hull, Iean Young, Virginia Scott, Patricia Ashley. Joanna Nehls, Martha lean Roof, Ann Marshall, Eleanor Moore, Mary Lee Hathaway, Martha Lehman. Row 3-Margaret Myers, Patricia Belt, Virginia 'Wright Betty Francis, Donna lean Essiq, Helen Massals, Barbara Rothstein, Marjorie Price, lulie Henzy, Lois Brandt. A "rushing" tea was also given by the club for the pleasure of its pros- pective members and from the one hundred and ten applicants attending, thirty juniors and fifteen seniors were selected for membership. The G-Y-A held its meetings every second and fourth Thursdays at seven P. M. in the room over Superintend- ent Paul B. Edwards' office. The second semester initiation pro- Treasurer ,..,.,.,,,,,..... .... M ildred Shepherd Sergeant-at-Arms .......................,..................... Helen Hickey Advisers ....., Mrs. Dorothy Robb - Miss Pauline McCreary gram was held at I-lull place in honor of the new members. During the year two dances were given: an informal sport dance at the Masonic Temple and the annual Spring Formal dinner dance. In addition to these activities the girls held two bake sales, assisted the Twentieth Century Club on tag day, ushered at the band concert, sponsored a chapel program, and contributed several magazine sub- scriptions to the City hospital wards. One Hundred Thirteen gif! LQQSEIVQS President ,,...... The Girl Reserves, the high school branch of the Y. W. C. A., has played an important part in school activities tor many years. The purpose of this orqanization is "to find and qive the best" and to instill in the minds of its members Christian ideals and demo- cratic ways. ..,. .,....,...... B etty Hook Vice-President .. ..... Margaret Lee Wolfe For the past fifteen years Miss Mildred Hawke has been adviser of the club. She has worked unceasinqly to promote its cause and through her efforts the Girl Reserves have also become socially prominent. Kathleen Teel, Charlene Swan, Florence Evans, Rebecca Frazier, Clara Lou Swain, Virqinia Voqan, Ieanne Ernbrey, Iris Foster, Frances Eddy, Betty Mercer, Ruth Ann Iames, Ann Driscoll, Carolyn Kuppinger, Iane Alexander, Beatrice Belt, Susan Martin, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Betty Hook, Charlotte Myer, lane McDaniel, Elizabeth Flaniqan, Grace Adams, Katherine Kemnitzer, Eleanor Wtntermute, Avonne Kramer, lean Reid. Miss Florence Boyd, Margaret Mike, Virginia Maier, Lois Bower, Ann Sprowls, Maxine Rtckus, lean Cochran, Dorothy Deck, Martha Ann Callander, Elizabeth Mackey, Peqqy I-lorchler, Mabel Becker, Marjorie Stage, Mary White, Miss Mildred Hawke. Row l- Bette Cunningham, Dorothy Wintermute. Row Row 3- Row 4- Betty Noblick, Elizabeth Matts, Grace Walters, Myrtle Williams, Elden Dyer, Alice Hardman, Dorothy Goodin, Betty Koman, Doris Howes, lean McCracken, Margaret Fry, Geraldine Cates, Iuinta Higgins, Catherine Holton, Leah Mae Kemp. One Hundred Fourteen Qifl KWQSQFVQS Recording Secretary .....,...... ...., I ane Alexander Corresponding Secretaries Susan Martin - Carolyn Kuppinger The Girl Reserves do service work every year at Thanksgiving, Christ- mas, and later in the Winter. This year at Thanksgiving, contributions were obtained from the Whole student body by setting aside a potato day, a canned food day, and an old clothes day. At Christmas this club was aided by other school organizations in supplying food and toys tor needy families. Row l-Patricia Norpell, Virginia Scott, Patricia Belt, Edythe Myer, Florence Myer, Iune Roach, lvadel Schisler, Sara Owen, Gloria Del Monica, Ieanette Welsh. Row 2-lune Westlake, Leontine Reese, lean Smith, Evelyn Thompson, Ieanne Harris, Bertella Iachus, Alice Varner, Iacqueline Woolard, lustine Woolarcl, Audrey Curts, Helen Davis, Annabelle Elliott, Betty Evans, Patricia Bauman. Row 3-lean Frey, Mary Goode, Margaret Hobbs, Virginia Hare, Mabel Arter, Dorothy Braid, Ruth Fields, Alice Roseboom, Dorothy Rogers, Martha Priest, Mary Jean Gard, Helen Wallace, Bonnie Hartman. Row 4-Helen .Lel-Iew, Betty Lescody, Mary Lee Hathaway, Emma Walker, Martha Roof, Mildred Mitchell, Maxine Stevens, Thelma Cottermari, Vonda Batchler, Shirley Flanntqan, Betty Burdlne, Betty Ayers, Mary Shaw. Not in Picture-Marte Atlcsoft, Valois Lomas, Amy Renner, Teressa Rizzo. V. - One Hundred Fifteen KQQSCFVQS 'A Row 1-Thelma Kinser, Vernetta Kinney, Pauline Lambert, Martha Iones, Beva Hoskinson, Mary Io Humbert, Ianice Hay, Lois Hodge, Mary Alice Harvard, Mary Ann Fulk, Adelaide Chilcoate. Row 2iBetty Frye, Ruth Harris, Phyllis Arensberg, Frances Butcher, Dorothy Bebout, Phyllis Airsman, Virginia Crego, Grace Coyle, lean Davidson, Barbara Beaver, Nancy Cook, Betty Braden, Elizabeth Cary, Nola Baker. Bow 3-Eileen Darling, Barbara Dorsey, Eileen Eckleberry, Betty lohnson, lean Cramer, lean Drumm, Elizabeth Davis, Janice Howes, Mary Ellen Cardio, Dorothea Dodd, lean Balinger, Eleanor Bonar, Iune Clark, Athena Forbes. Bow 4-luanita I-linger, Betty Hants, Sara Davidson, Barbara Evans, Iane Kreitler, Jean Kreitler, Marilyn Finkbone, Mary Ellen Abbott, Mary Eileen Kreager, Anne Kramer, Lucille Love, June Davis, Ruth Larnrners. Not in Picture-Thelma Hall. A house was recently willed to the Y. W. C. A. and the Girl Reserves are granted its use for religious and group meetings in cooperation with the Women's Council. Ono Hundred Sixteen For the Christmas chapel program they gave the play "Christmas In- corporated" which was successfully directed by lean Cochran. ln addi- tion to this the president, Betty Hook explained the purpose of the club at the club Day Chapel Program. Caro- lyn Kuppinger, Susan Martin, Mary Ellen Kreager, and Carol lean Siegel, were sent as delegates to the Southern Ohio Girl Reserve Conference held February 28 to March 2. Treasurer .............. ................ G race Adams Faculty Adviser ....,. ...., M iss Mildred Hawke Qirf meserrves Row 1-Shirley Love, Mary Vaiea, Helen Shide, Martha McGaughey, Frances McVey, Melna lane Vander Hoven, Elsie Weakley, Dazie Wells, Frances Mix, Dora Frances Swisher, lean Richardson, Hazel McKinnon. Row 3-Virginia Smith, Linda Wells, lune Myer, Marjorie Steinmann, Carol lean Seigel, Mary Eleanor Steinbaugh, lacquelyn Simpson, Kathryn Wonder, Evelyn Nichols, Betty Yockey, Virginia Wilson, Marjorie White, Carol Porter. Row 3-lulia Nutter, Elsie Williams, Betty Parkinson, Peggy Cotton, Ella Priest, Martha King, Harriet Stradley. Row 4-Betty Leiher, Marian Stoufler, Maxine Moran, lanice Rice, Ruth Paulton, Evelyn Moore, Norman Huffman, Betty Waddell. In addition to these delegates the club's officers attended on Saturday, March l, and Miss Hawke, the club's local adviser, was present at the con- vention on both Saturday and Sun- day. In this Way the delegates were able to acquaint themselves and our school with members of Girl Reserve clubs from all over the state. Program Advisers , ,-,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Miss Florence Boyd - Miss Pauline MCCIG-ary Service Adviser ,,,.,,,..,.....,.,,,....,.......,., Miss Velma l..CIil1IT1GI' As part of the regular activities of the club the annual Parent-Daughter dinner was held April 7 at the K. of P. Hall. Several musical selections were given by members of the club. The speaker was Mrs. Amos Burton, Presi- dent of the Y. W. C. A. Women's Council of Newark. One Hundred Seventeen 8j'ellClL President .w....,. ...... C harlotte Myer Vice-President ,.... ............ B etty lden Secretary .....,.. ....., L eonard Clutter Treasurer ..... .....,........,.. I une Vogel Adviser ..... v.... M r. I. T. Passman The senior members of Le Cercle frequent expression in reviews, re- Francais enjoyed and studied in a cordinqs, and linquistic qames. ln- social atmosphere the cultural her- strumental music featured many pro- itaqe of France. Their appreciation grams. Members also attended the ot the political and social qiits of French sound movie "Ballerina." France to civilization found its rnost Row l-William Iones, William Richardson, Elaine Horwitz, Iune Vogel, Betty Iden, Charlotte Myer, Leonard Clutter, lane McDaniel, Elisabeth Flanniqan, Carol Binger. Row 2-Betty Hook, Margaret Lee lhfolfe, Florence Steele, Sadie Garapedian, Iessica Morrison, Marjorie Walt, Virginia Voqan, Valois Lomas, Ann Sprowls, I. T. Passman. Row 3-Thomas Evans, lane Alexander, Velma Kisarnore, Thomas MacPherson, Iean Holcombe, Myrtle Williams, Richard Brunner, Raymond Wright. Not in Picture-Beatrice Belt, Ieanne Besanceney, Dorothy Blamer, Lois Bowers, Thomas Evans, Donivan Hall, Bettie McCloskey, Elizabeth Mackey, Robert Mills, Ruth Clem, Harlan Cotterman, Evelyn Fisher, Richard Duqan, Ann Driscoll, Franklin Hanby, Margaret Phillips, lean Reid, Iohn Mix. One Hundred Eighteen mel' mel! President .....,...... Vice-President ..... Secretary ,,.,.Q.. Treasurer ....., Adviser .... Der Deutsche Verein, an organiza- tion of German students, offers bi- monthly programs primarily designed as a suitable background for devel- opment in the less formal phases of language study. Linguistic games, social conversation, reviews, music, tsche 'ljereln William Tait Iames Buck Alan Burton Leah Koehler Mr. I. T. Passman amateur dramatics, and group sing- ing of popular folk songs present language situations Which, though basically cultural, are of great assist- ance in attaining linguistic fluency and facility of language comprehen- sion. Row l-Eloise Van Fossen, Maxine Rickus, Eleanor Wintermute, Leah Koehler, Lois Brandt, Patricia Belt, Ruth Anderegg, Annette Upson, Clara Lou Swain, Virginia Maier, Betty Walker. Row 2-Norman Stradley, lames Curry, Henry Hook, Don Bailey, William Haynes, William Tait, Alan Burton, Franklin Keyes, Clifford Hoffman, Walter Hollar, Robert Skinner, Iames Gerber, lohn Cramer, Norton Suter, I. T. Passman, Advisor. Row 3-Robert Piefter, Oscar Horst, Paul O'Brien, Lowell Keyes, Louis Lammers, Dale Vermilion, William Prior, lames Buck, William Beard, Gordon Crow, Donald Hoskinson. Not in Picture-Gus Hess, George Shinn. One Hundred Nineteen Qeda le How l-Mary Lee Hathaway, Lorenzo Lea, Marjorie Walt, Henry Hook, Ruth Anderegg, William Hall. Row 24Marlyn Binger, William Kennedy, Richard Baker, Barbara Rodiniser, George Upson, Paul Miller, Mary Hull, Pat lrish. Row 3-Mr. C. P. Smith, Catherine Wonder, Robert lenkins, Mary Lou letters, Wilbur Mitchell, Leo Garapedian, Bonnie Courtwright, Ianice l-lay, Re-va Hoskinson. Not in Picture-Franklin Mulquin. Nine speakers in a class of twenty- three, meeting other schools fifty-six times and traveling more than 1,100 miles, debated the question, "Pte- solved: That the Power of the Federal Government should be increased." Another unique feature of this year's work was the assurance that each de- bater earning one hundred fifty or more points in the National Forensic League should receive an NFL key. Through the generosity of Dr. William I. Kennedy of this city these awards will be made at graduation, beginning with the 1941 commencement. After attending clinics at Kent State, Ohio Wesleyan University and the Ohio State University, the Newark teams started the season by partici- . Adviser ........ One Hundred Twenty pating in tournaments held at Colum- bus East, the Ohio State University, Columbus North, and at home. In the Central Ohio League Newark won tour debates, lost one, and one was cancelled. Other individual debates were held with Mansfield, Lancaster, Alexandria, and Denison University. Newark held its own tourney, Ian- uary 25. Nine Class A schools were entered: Alexandria, Columbus East, Columbus North, Columbus West, Delaware, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Wooster and Newark. The B class schools participating included Marys- ville, Reynoldsburg, Ashley, Canal Winchester, Pataskala, and the sec- ond teams from Wooster and Newark. The local school won the Class A trophy, while Marysville copped the B class award. In the district tourna- ment held at Bridgeport, Bellaire won first place with Newark tying for sec- ond position. The question discussed this year was most interesting and timely. It provided an excellent opportunity to study our government in action, and to note the many advantages of Democracy over Totalitarianism. Near the end oi the year the class was or- ganized for the study of the question submitted for 1941-42. Mr. C. P. Smith Cbramatlic 1,46 lean Cochran, Clara Lou Swain, Betty Mercer, Mr. Stewart Cox, Ruth Clem, lean Besan- Sadie Garapedian, lames Frances, Iames Gerber, Charles Nye, William Tumblin, Elaine Row l- ceney, Annette Upson. Row 2Y Horwitz, Edna Mae Boggs, Elizabeth Shannon. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row -Betty Francis, Dorothy Wintermute, lane Alexander, Valois Lomas, Pauline Boggs, Margaret Andrews, Elizabeth Mackey, Ruth Layman. -Betty Koman, Doris Howes, lean McCracken, Margaret Fry, Florence Steele, lane McDaniel, Marjorie Stage, William lones. fRichard Day, Leo Garapedian, Dan Corcoran, George Upson, Paul Miller, Harlan Cotter- man, Alan Burton, loseph Iones, Eugene Moore. -Ruth Anderegg, Bonnie Courtwright, Edythe Myers, Florence Myer, Richard Rusk, Larry Hunter, Wilbur Mitchell, Robert Ienkins, Richard Baker, -Clare Barton, Roy Vail, Don Weston, Charles Drumm, Iohn Wagers, lanet Chrisman, Marjorie Walt, Iessica Morrison, Constance Vaeia. -George Ralph, loan Taylor, Iean Young, Virginia Scott, Ann Marshall, Helen Massalas, Joanna Nehls, Patricia Bauman, Barbara Rothstein. 9-Eleanor Moore, Iames Wolfe, Ioe Billows, William Sergeant, Evenes Stanley, Amelia Trefzer, Shirley Spencer, Leonard Clutter, William Reed, Richard Pierce, lack Northey. Not in Picture-Marjorie Walters, Marjorie Price, Donald Iames, Barbara Matticks, Richard Rohan, Fred Ryan. The Dramatic Club had a very suc- cessful year under the leadership of the new adviser, Mr. Cox. Tryouts were held in the tall for sophomore boys, juniors and seniors. At the novel initiation the new members ap- peared in all sorts of queer costumes and performed many antics. "The Haunted High School" was presented November 15 with great success. On February 25 and 26 the junior class play, "Button, Button," was produced. The senior class play, "The Patsy," which has been omitted for several years, was presented May 14 and 15. Some oi the members attended sev- eral of the outstanding plays produced at the Hartman Theater in Columbus. President .................................................-.- Betty Mercer ln the club meetings the following oneact plays directed by students were presented: "jazz and Minuet," "The Robbery," and "Rich Man, Poor Man." "Hung Iury" was chosen for Newarlds entry in the Ohio State Gne Act Play Contest. The district tour- nament at North High School in Co- lumbus ended with Newark as run- ner-up. Vice-President ..... .............. R uth Clem Secretary ,,,,,,,..,...... ,.........................,....... C lara Lou SWCIi1'1 Treasurer ,,................................,.................... lean COCl'1rCtn Sergeants-at-Arms ,. Ieanne Besanceney - Annette Upson Faculty Adviser ,.,........................................ Mr. Stewart Cox One Hundred Twenty One Q .an-.,,-, GMA President ,,...Q....... Vice-President ,...... Faculty Adviser ....... This is the first year that the stu- dents have had the benefit of a Li- brary Club. lt was organized under the direction of Miss Blanche S. Hills by a group of students interested in being library assistants. The club has four main purposes: to serve fellow students and teachers through the members' work and cooperation as li- brary assistantsp to acquaint a few students with library methods in or- der that they may use the library more effectively for their own use: to become more familiar with printed Selma Lawrence Martha Lehman Secretary-Treasurer ..... .,,....l.,,. M argaret Mike Miss Blanche S. Hills materials, both books and magazines, in order to guide their own reading: and to aid the librarians in adminis- tering routine duties. Besides its regular meetings and li- brary work, the club has engaged in various social activities among which was a picnic held in the fall by the members and a Christmas party given in the Home Economics room by Miss Irma Fisher and her students for the pleasure of the entire club. Miss Hills entertained the group. Row 1-Martha Lehman, Selma Lawrence, Margaret Mike, Geraldine Frederitz, Eve-ns Stanley. Row 2-William Tumblin, Eva Kelley, Carol Litten, Elsie Plants, Eleanor Wintermute, William Finney, Miss Blanche Hills. Not in Picturehflharles Ralph. One Hundred Twenty-Two Csjafesnianslzip Head Sales Clerk ,.,... .,... D oris Howes Sales Supervisor ..... ..,........... M ary leffreys Faculty Adviser ...... Mr. B. VV. Dornbirer The sales organization is one of the school's service groups. Its most irn- portant function is to have refresh- ments available for patrons of school events, such as football and basket- ball games. ' A second important function of the Sales Organization is to give inter- ested pupils an opportunity to practice selling and merchandising. The Sales Organization is organized and oper- ated along lines that will give rnem- bers of the group some insight into the functioning of a going business. This is the first year that a class in Retail Selling has been offered in the school. Pupils -from this class filled most of the positions in the Sales Organization as an experimental lab- oratory project. Plans for next year call for an extension of this project. Profits made by the Sales Organiza- tion are used for purchases which benefit the student body as a Whole and for which no other funds are available. Row l-Stella Pletcher, Carol Anderson, lean Baird, Bette Davis, Evelyn Iones, Doris Howes, Thelma Hall, Imogene Butte. Row Z-Mary Edith Pfeffers, Elizabeth Kvintus, Leah Mae Kemp, Pearl MacDonald, Mary Jeffries, Ida Ruth MacDonald, Mr. Dornbirer. Row 3-Robert Derringer, Frederick Traqer, Clifford Neighbarger, Homer Pound, Dale Gabraith, Dale Bennett. Not in Picture-Ruth Barringer, Don Bebout, Robert Snyder, Ed Smith. One Hundred Twenty Three CSC-1.8009 Row 1-Robert Evans, Virginia Wright, Dorothy Braid, Helen Wallace, Joanna Nehls, Helen Vermilion, Iulie Henzy, Betty Francis, Marilyn Binger, Iames Coyne. Row 2eDonald Hoskinson, Betty Burdine, Regina Campbell, Virginia Scott, Patricia Ashley, Mary Hull, Mary Lee HathawaY. lohn Hazlett, Mr. F. W. Smith. Row 3-William Haynes, Oscar Horst, Duane Myers, Franklin Keyes, Iames Curry, Howard Miller, James Francis, Henry Hook, Gene Stevens. Not in Picture-Eloise Van Fossen, George Welsch. The Phy-By-Chy Science Club is composed of students who have taken a course of biology, physics, or chem- istry. The club has as its adviser Mr. F. W. Smith. It meets the second and fourth Thursday ot every month in Room 303. The club has been formed to stimulate a keener appreciation of the different sciences and to extend and supplement the information which President .,,........ Secretary ........ l One Hundred Twenty-Four Vice-President .... Treasurer ,............. Faculty Adviser ....,.. the student obtains from class Work. Programs throughout the year have been based on scientific pictures and experiments such as the refining of petroleum, several talks by members of the clubg "Fire Extinguishers," by Henry Hook and "Chemical Magic," by William Haynes. The club Went on field trips, and went through the Davis plant and the Water Works. Mary Hull William Haynes Donald Hoskinson .. ....., Virginia Wright Mr. F. W. Smith mild Row l-Ethel Wilkin, Hilda Duflill, Margery Prince, Leah Mae Kemp, Elizabeth Kvintus, Ie-an Kemp, Lucille Lane, Betty Irene Evans. Bow ZeMiss Dorothy Bline, Mary Goode, Ruth Kistler, Betty Hinton, Catherine Holton, Marjorie Ford, Florence Evans, Myrtle Williams. Row 3-Norton Suter, lack Tait, Oran Lane, Walter Morrow, Robert I-lallisey. Not in Picture-Paul Shell, Grace Walters, Virginia Spangler, lean English, Mary White. By "Stimulating keener interest of outdoor life," the Bird Club succeeded in carrying out their main objective. The Bird Club, composed of 25 mem- bers, met every first and third Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the gymnasium build- mg. To carry out this purpose a pro- gram for the year was arranged by a committee at the beginning of the year. These programs included an President ........... Vice-President ..... Secretary ,,.... ., Treasurer ..,.. Historian . ..,.,... .. Faculty Adviser ..... ...... interesting talk on Snakes, by Vir- ginia Crego, a book review, "BIRD MEMORIES OF Tl-IE ROCKIES" by Iack Tait and a discussion of a trip taken to Yellowstone Park by its Pres- ident Norton Suter. Included among the various proj- ects of the year were various hikes, to study birds, and a calendar which showed the migration of birds. Norton Suter lean Kemp Grace Walters Oran Lane Ethel Wilkin Miss Dorothy Bline One Hundred Twenty-Five Bam! Row 1-Donald Hoskinson, Georqe Piqq, Richard Utts, Robert Winters, Sidney Davis. Row 2-Kathleen Stradley, lean Holcombe, Richard Butts, Sadie Garapedian, Lorenzo Lea, Iames Buck, Norman Stradley, Richard Lange. Row 3-William Haque, Betty Keller, Robert Harvey. George Holcombe, Helen Vermilion, Robert Pfetfer, Gene Stevens, Patrick Irish, lack Flook, Iames Browne, Paul Ziehier. Row 4-Eleanor Moore, Viola Smith, Elizabeth Mackey, Howard Moody, Wayne Campbell. Standing-Eva Kelley, Roy Bashmon, Edward Chapman, Dale Haynes, Richard Williams, Donivan Hall, Adviser, Dwight Campbell. Newark Hiqh has one of Ohio's best school bands. lt has added much pleasure and enthusiasm at the foot- ball and basketball games throuqh- out the year. The band has a quartet composed of Richard Lang, Norman Stradley, Lorenzo Lea, and Iarnes Buck. The band has had many new additions this year, some of which are: six new rnaiorettes, two new Director ...... ,...,... .......... ,....... ...........,.....,............. ...................... drum-majors, and ,another base horn. The band held a very successful concert at White's Field early in the fall in which they made a profit of forty dollars. This money was used to pay for new instruments. The band also participated in the pep-rally last fall and went to Ohio University at Athens to play with other bands of Ohio. Mr. Dwight Campbell Row 1-Kathaleen Haley, Frances Butcher, William Eiflinqer, Robert Oatman, Paul Huffman. Row 2-Frank Gentile, Eill Hays, Robert Tiebout, Geraldine Fredritz, Charles Swartz, Clare Barton, Eugene Bell, Clifford Niebarger, Sidney Shoemaker. Row 3-Albert Elliott, Robert Wise, Mary Fulton, Iunior Barbar, Donald Barbar, William Tompson, Paul Shell, Dalores Ogle, Betty Fry, Robert Breecher, Dale Galbraith, Phyllis Arensburq, Avard Vail, Ruth Harris, Carol Porter, Dwight Campbell, Adviser. Cgrcfzestra Director ..,.. ..... M r. Sam Geller This year under the direction of Mr. Sam Gelter the orchestra celebrates its fourteenth anniversary. lt was organized in l9lO'by Mr. T. R. Neilson who was succeeded by the late Mr. C. W. Klopp. ln 1928 Mr. Geller as- sumed the responsibility and has con- tinued in that capacity ever since. This year the organization was hon- ored by having two of its members, Richard Butts and Wayne Campbell, selected as members ot the Licking County Philharmonic society, which is also under the direction ot Mr. Gelfer. The orchestra is further look- ing torward to forming a Iunior Phil- harmonic Society for capable mem- bers ot the high school orchestra in- terested in such an organization. This year the orchestra has been of great service to the entire student body by playing for chapel each week. In collaboration with the Glee Club a concert was presented early in May. Through the orchestra the students are able to acquire an increased knowledge and a deeper appreciation oi better music. Row 1-Geraldine Fredritz, George Piqq, Richard Butts, Dale Galbraith, Iunior Barber, William Haynes, Kathleen Stradley, Thelma Kinser. Row 2-Mr. Samuel Geller, Wayne Campbell, Helen Vermilion, Robert Pfeffer, Richard Lange, Iames Buck, Norman Stradley, Jack Flook, Gene K. Stevens, Robert Winter, Donald Barber, Richard Williams, Edward Chapman. Row 3-Donald I-loskinson, Dorothy Beeney, Selma Lawrence, William Townsend, Martini Schleiifer, Marjorie Porter, George Holcombe. Row 4-William Hague, Iames Browne, Jason Yost. One Hundred Twenty Seven Qfrfs' glee Row 1 Row 2 -Mary Burkhardt, Elizabeth Shannon, Carol Porter, Mary Anne Fulke, Grace 'vValters, Sadie Garapedian, Betty ller, Vcrnetta Kinney, Ann Driscoll, Alma Morris, Wilma lean Haley. Elizabeth Palmer, Lillian Simpson, Mr. Wendall lones, Virginia Wilson, Marie Priest, Elaine Horwitz, Iune Davis, Betty Iden, Elizabeth Davis, Carol Anderson, Lindal Clark, Selma Lawrence, Ellen Jones, Freda Vtlatson, Ruth Lammers. -Iune Clark, Eileen Snoor, lean Wallace, Athena Forbes, Constance Vaiea, Dorothy Goodin, Charlene Swan, Martha Schimmel, Frances Eddy, Bettie McCloskey, Beatrice Belt, Stella Pletcher, Merle DeBord, Evelyn Nichols, Shirley Shannon, lean Bixler, losephine Barrett, lanice Howes, Phyllis Airesman, Ethel Brooks, Iune Hollister, Evelyn Rice, Evalyn Ruton, Dorothy Schrock, Imogene Ryan. Row 3-Iessica Morrison, Virginia Voqan, Iune Roach, Peggy Gerlach, Margaret Fry, Doris Howes, Row 4- Betty Koman, Martha Priest, Marguerite Haas, Virginia Frye, Charlotte Myer, lane McDaniel, Betty McLaughlin, Maude Carey, Norma Kistler, lean Krietler, Harriet Lawrence. Mae Kemp, Marjorie Von Shritlz, Leah Koehler, Barbara Beaver, lanice Hay, Shirley Love, Betty Neighbor, Lois Bowers. Mildred Mitchell, Barbara Rothstein, Betty Hook, loanna Nehls, Ruth Clem, Dorothy Blamer, Amy Renner, lean Holcombe, Betty Keller, lean Ballinger, Eleanor Bonor, June Chrtstoiierson, Elsie Williams, June Vogel, Eileen Eckleberry, Barbara Dorsey, Ruth Meacham, Ruth Duff, Iuanita Kemp, Helen Verasso, Alice Roseboom, Dorothy Fry, Ann Linda Forbes, Marjorie Walt, Ianice Rice, Rosalie Hunt. Not in Picture-Valois Lomas, Jeanne Embrey. Mr. Iones' first year has inaugurated the first Girls' Glee Club. Mr. lones came to us from Athens County, Ohio, where he was School Music Super- visor. Since his arrival the school has rapidly advanced in vocal music. The Girls' Glee Club is composed ot the two groups, the Philornel Club One Hundred Twenty-Eight and the Chaminade Club. The Glee Club has sung several times in chapel and has sung at different Newark churches, where they were Well re- ceived. During Music Week the club gave a program over station W.O.S.U. These activities have helped stimulate the clubs' purpose to promote deeper appreciation for music. THE PHILOMEL CLUB President ,....,,,....,,.........,,...,.....,e....,...,............. ....... R uth Clem Vice-President ,,...,.............................,.......... .....,..,.. B eatrice Belt Secretary-Treasurer e...,. .,.........., .,......... ,,...i, . . R uth Lammers Librarians ....,.................. Ieanne Embrey - Wilma lean Haley THE CHAMINADE CLUB President .....,,,.,..............................,.e,,.,.,.........,...... Leah Koehler Vice-President ............ ...... .,............ . r.......,.. B e tty lden Secretary-Treasurer .,.....................................,,.,. Peggy Gerlach Librarians ,.,,........,...,.. . Martha Shimmel - Shirley Love , Director-Mr. Wendell M. Iones Pianist-Elaine Horwitz Qirls' jrchery Row l-Carol Binger, Betty Cunningham, Betty Noblick, Anne Linda Forbes, Maxine Fischer, Geraldine Cates, Bertella Iachus, Betty Lescocly. Row 2-Miss Florence Myer, Ann Driscoll, Margaret Hobbs, Bonnie Hartman, Mary lean Gard, Mildred Mitchell, Virginia Scott, Patricia Bauman, Marilyn Binger, Not in Picture-Gloria Del Monico. For the past four years this club has been organized under the supervision of Miss Florence Myer of the school faculty and Mr. Ralph Smith of the Y. M. C. A. The meetings were held every Monday evening at 7:30 at the Y. M. C. A. Fundamentals of archery were discussed as well as practicing target marksmanship. The club includes three fields: edu- cational, cultural and social. The purposes of the club are to promote sportsmanship, to acquaint the mem- bers with the art of archery, and to extend a development in the handling of bows and arrows. It is a worth- while organization as it can be greatly enjoyed both indoors or outdoors. President .,............ . Vice-President ..,.... ..... Secretary .............. . Treasurer L ..... ......... ' ..... Miss Florence Myer Adviser ..,..... Carol Binger Ann Linda Forbes Ann Driscoll Membership includes only junior and senior girls. The junior girls re- place the graduating girls at the be- ginning of each school year. All members must be willing to co-operate and to help others at all times. Every member is expected to make six ar- rows ior herself: this is one of the requirements toward the hundred points for her school athletic letter. Every week contests were held to see who holds the best marksman- ship. A meet was planned with the Boys Archery Club. During the Christ- mas season, a party was held for the members and their guests. Early in school year a float was entered in the celebration of homecoming, winning third prize. Geraldine Cates One Hundred Twenty Nine President ..,.....,... Qirfs' mlijpfe Margaret Lee Wolfe Vice-President ....,..... ,.,.......... M argaret Myers A' ' ' Secretary-Treasurer .,,... ,............ B ettina Collville Adviser e...,,.........,..... .,... M r. Edwyn Dickerson The purposes of this club are to pro- mote sportsmanship and to develop a skill in the handling of rifles. Every Thursday evening at 7:00 the meet- ings are held to discuss business and then members participate in target practice or learn the fundamentals of the rifle. The advisor is assisted by Miss Evelyn Frankenbury of the Y. M. C. A. Iunior girls replace the graduating girls at the beginning of each school year. As there were only thirteen girls interested in membership for this year, they were permitted to remain in the club. Membership was attained by access of one's own rifle. All mem- bers planned membership into the National Rifle association: this en- abled them to have competition with other rifle clubs. As social affairs were part of the activities of the club, a swimming party was held at the Y. M. C. A. A skating party was planned to be held also. As an intra-club activity the members met in a meet with the Boys Rifle Club. Many contests were held to see who held the best marksman- ship. Row l-Bettina Colville, Lois Brandt, Patricia Bell, Margaret Myers, Freda Orr. Row 2-Eleanor Brooks, Patricia Ashley, Elizabeth Camlin, Melody Schiffeler, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Susan Marlin. One Hundred Thirty Qicycfe eng President 4,,,,,,,,,,.. ...,. ....., C h arles Abbott Vice-President ,....., ..... I ean Richardson Secretary .......... ..... ................ F I ed Ryan Treasurer ...,,.. . ........,.,.. Ralph Montanaro Adviser ..... ,A,, P rincipal Frew C. Boyd The Bicycle Club was organized last year by Principal F. C. Boyd for the benefit and pleasure of bicycle owners in Newark High School. The members of the club cooper- ated with Mr. F. C. Boyd in making new rules and regulations concern- ing the riding and the parking of ve- hicles. Further efforts were made to issue identification cards and to num- ber bicycle stalls for the convenience of those who rode bicycles to school. The group cooperates with all law enforcing agencies of this city in an effort to aid its members and to pro- tect, recover, and identify the owner- ship of their bicycles. A campaign was planned to educate the student body concerning the bicycle laws which were enforced for the protec- tion of cyclists and of pedestrians. Row l-Roberta Diller, Beth Ann Clark, Mildred O'Neal, lean Baird, Betty Davis, lean Davidson, Mary Elinor Steinbauqh, Elsie Williams, Frew C. Boyd, Betty Wallace, Kathryn Loos, Mildred Melick, Alice Hardman, lune Drumn, Leah Mae Kemp. Row 2-Harriet Lawrence, lane Krietler, Ruth Lammers, lean Kreitler, Melva lane Vander I-loven, Elsie Weakley, Mable Becker, Ruth Ann Iames, Elizabeth Azbell, Frances Butcher, Evelyn Nichols, Betty Yockey, Iune Myer, Frances Swisher, Elizabeth Kvintus. Row 3-Betty Idle, Thelma Kinser, Shirley Browning, Grace Marie Adams, Beulah Armstrong, Charlotte E. Riel, Kathaleen Haley, Phyllis Airesinan, lean Richardson, Lois Hodge, Phyllis Arensberg, Dorothy Bebout, Mildred Mitchell, Bonnie lean Hartman, Ruthie Harris, Linda Wells. Row 4-Bob Andrews, Donald Barber, lack Thompson, Robert Derringer, Bill Tate, Louis Lammers, Charles Abbott, Ralph Montanaro, Betty Keller, Iune Roach, Martha Priest, Carol Porter, Helen Le Hew, Adlaide Chilcote. Row 5-William Thompson, Clarence laynes, Charles Schwartz, Oren Orr, Bob Iamison, Bill Tumblin, Gale Harris, Carl Miner, Ellsworth Mattern, Harrod Cole, Otis Idle, Rupert Taylor, George Cavendish, Kenneth loyner. Row 6-Ted Kitchen, William Hague, lack Koerner, Clifford Neighbarqer, Russell Krecrqer, Iohn Van Allen, Carl Wood, Carl Rose, Harold Shrock, Kenneth Snoor, Richard Utts, lim Flannigan, Leo Garapedian. Row 7-Richard Dunn, Carl Fields, Homer Pound, Paul Wolfe, Edward Perdue, Iames Wolfe, Marvin Crouse, Franklin Keyes, Bob Lawrence, ,lack Lewis, lames Vogel, Richard Weyers- miller, George Upson. Row 8-Don Bruden, Lawrence Camp, Albert Schmitt, Iohn Mahan, Robert Baker, Glenn Applegate, Ray Kellery, Lewis Lynch, Charles Keaser, lack Gilbert, Thomas MacPherson, lim Swain, Lewis Goodwin, Bud Workman. One Hundred Thirty One X Y K X V , X. l, Txjbiucr :Ll QQ-' ,Fa , ,J Q, vm." 'N plays THE HAUNTED HIGH SCHOOL "Butch" ........,.....,................,............ William Moore Celia .................... ............... I can Taylor Miss Delande ......... ........... S hirley Spencer Penny Pendleton ....... ........ I eanne Besanceney Mrs. Pendleton ..... ............... V alois Lomas Mr. Ietterson .......... ........... W illiam Iones Myrna Manson .....l... ......... A nnette Upson Pearl Southard .. .,...,.,........ .......... D oris Howes Clarence Arliss .................................... Alan Burton Wayne "Dorsey" Sheldon .......... William Sergeant Ambrose Giles ...,. ........,.,.,............... G eorqe Ralph Iohnny Strupo ....,.....,..,...,.,.,..,,.... Lawrence Hunter Miss Drake ,,.,,,.,. ..,..,.., E venes Stanley Esther Myles ...,. ...... ,..,,.,. R u th Clem HUNG I URY Mr. Merque . .............................,........ William Iones Mary ..............,. .......,.. B etty Mercer Boland .......,. McLean ....... Greta ............... . .........Willtam Moore ...........Fredericl: Ryan ........C1ara Lou Swain Miss Iones ...... ........... I ean Cochran Tinklebum ....... ............ C laire Barton Parnell ...,......,., .....,........,. L arry Hunter Dembroske ..,... .......,. L eo Garapedian Mrs. Fernalo ...... .,........, I oanna Nehls Mrs. Patti ...,..,, ..,.,,..,... C onstance Vaiea Fischer .,.,..... ...,....,. H arlan Cotterman BUTTON, BUTTON Button Alexander Vttooclhouse .,.,.. Wilbur Mitchell Mr. Woodhouse ..................,,..,,.,..,. Richard Pierce AS Mrs. Woodhouse ..,.. ,,.....,,,. V irginia Scott Mrs. Weed .,............ ....... S hirley Spencer Evvie ........................l............,.............. Dorothy Deck Phoebe Weed .,....... .......... M ariorie Price Kay .-.-,-I .-,,-W- hhlhbmhyhhh L O is Bowers lvlaudie ..... ......... .......... I e an Young . - l0Sie ................. ....... E dythe Myers Mary ...........,..,,... .......,..........,..... M crryorie Stage Ed vvwwb-V-,William Moore Pauline ..,...........,,... ......... M artha Ann Callender A1 .V.-'---v.v ,v-4---A-v-- I Gmes Wolfe Head Saleslady ....... .,.......,.. C lara Lou Swain Emery .,,4. .,,,,,,,,, I qck Northey One Hundred Thirty-Two l .1 1, if '35..,,.,,' .fs ni H Qi if 'Q'-A ' L ., 'W . sf I - I lx' 24 ,5 Jn ' Z :x i ,I V I , I ' jk , Q b l ,f- S ' X. ff X E51 11' y ' ,:',""e'4f Q1 '47 ?-.R ,N an .Il 'Q-4 I 'N ,L ' :A , ,. Il i n N., nv f 0-E35 . "I 1 V V- -L Wg I , ' , ' 1 ' ff If as Seated, left to right-Mr. Hanshue, Mr. lvlillisor, Mr. Long, Mr. Boyd. Star1dingFMr. Orr, Mr. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Sherman. Hfhfellnc HIIJS ATHLETIC BOARD The athletic board, made up of members of the faculty under the direction of Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic activities by supervising schedules, awarding letters, and pro- moting better athletic relations with other schools. The board also con- trols all money pertaining to athletics. BOOSTERS CLUB The Newark High School Boosters Club is an organization of prominent Newark business men and loyal high school supporters whose aim it is to ameliorate athletic conditions in the school. 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A --: fy M V 1: x '- , X 5510? Q fx V - s . , .. gk 1 A M .. Q Y '- .. g L f f . ' 1 ' .. . wx. 'Q i ,IN v W ' jflwv :1g':wgawwd:7Q- ,i -,,1k2:ff3i-wyx X ww -f-:1-w 5 1 , A , , L,-V ?5-Kms: - The Wildcats finished their football B1 19 Row 1-Lawrence Hunter tManagerl, lack Bickle, Ierry Iury, Keith Priest, Raymond Wheeler, Dale Vermilion, Robert Wintermute, Robert Smith, Edward Allen, Iames Smith, William Winn, Ralph Montanaro, Iames Cooper, William Bickle, Robert Walsh. , Row 2-Mr. Sherman, Ralph Livingston, Ierry Christman, Sherman Green, Dan Litten, William Sergeant, William Craig, Ted Kitchen, Richard Shell, Arthur Davis, Max Davidson, Eugene Petrey, Carl Miller, Mr. Hanshue. Q Q ,c ef,,.,,,,,S season with a record ot eight wins and one loss. Having defeated Columbus VARSITY SCORES West, Mt. Vernon, Chillicothe, Cam- gi Silurggffogvestl 3 bridge, Coshocton, Marietta, Lancas- Nework 13 Ch'1111oo111e 0 ter, and Zanesville, and having Won Nework 14 Combridoe 111 the Central Ohio League Champion- Nework 19 Coshocton 0 ship, they lost the last game to Canton Newerk 13 N1or1e11o 6 Timken Vocational. Max Davidson, Newark 33 1eo11eoe1e1, G Bob Walsh, and Edward Allen were Newark 32 ZeneeV111e 5 given positions on the second C. O. L. Newark 7 Cemen Timken Vo. 13 all star team, Bill Craig, Dick Shell and Keith Priest Were selected tor the tirst team. One Hundred Thirty-Eight Who's got it? CAMBRIDGE - ' The Newark Wildcats won the Cen- tral Ohio League opener with a 14 to 10 victory over the Cambridge Brownies. Cambridge romped the first half with a scoring spree of 10 points. The first score of the game was a field-goal, drop-kicked 32 yards by Virgil Kosker, the lanky Cambridge end. The Brownies were aided by a 16 yard penalty and the Cambridge fullback went across with beautiful blocking, making the score 9-U. Then Kosker was again called upon and drop-kicked for the extra point. The second half was an altogether different story for Cambridge, for the Wildcats were on a scoring spree. Gibson shot a forward pass to Bob Smith the Wildcats' left end, and through very creditable blocking, Smith tallied NeWark's first score. The extra point was accounted for by the sure foot of Craig. The Wildcats were on the loose from here on in. With Craig blocking Law- yer's punt, Gibson scooped up the ball and fought his Way to the 23 yard line. It took the Wildcats four downs to score with Winn's fast trip around end. The extra talley was made by Craig. Out of bounds' Toe hold! COSHOCTON Taking revenge for last year's de- feat, Newark High School's Wildcats rolled over the Coshocton Redskins, 19 to O. This victory was the fifth straight for the season and the second league win. In the second quarter the Wildcats marched 42 yards for the first touch- down. This march was climaxed by a 15-yard run by Gibson. In the fourth quarter, Smith went over tor a touchdown and Craig's try for the point was good. Then after great run- ning and blocking, Walsh went over for the third Newark touchdown. Art Davis, who closed his scholastic grid career, played one of the best games in his three seasons with the varsity. Newark made its best show- ing ot the season in the air. The 'Cats fired eight passes and connected with three. Over the top! Hands oii! MARIETTA The Wildcats met the strongest op- position to date in the home-coming game against Marietta with a decisive victory of 13-6. The potent air weapon of the Wild- cats was used to good advantage in accounting for Newarlds two touch- downs. Late in the third quarter Rob- ert Walsh passed to Bob Smith and with Bill Craig clearing the way, Smith easily made the first six-pointer. A complete pass from Gibson to Smith accounted for the second touchdown. The impressive players on the Wild- cat team were Walsh,Smith,Gibson, and Craig. Stopped! t l tl Good tackle! LANCASTER The Newark Wildcats took their seventh grid victory by crushing the Lancaster Gales 33 to 6. The Wildcats bottled up the Gales' oifense through- out the entire game. The Gales gave the Wildcats some trouble in the first half, but Newark took advantage of Lancaster fumbles, and turned them into touchdowns, The first touchdown was made by David- son, atter plunging the line lor small gains. ln the last half the new passing combination, Walsh to Craig, helped the Wildcats to score two times in the third quarter. Later the Wildcats took a fumble on the 20 yard line, and Davidson went over for the Wildcats' fourth score. Allen then repeated for a ll yard run for a touchdown. The Gales' only touchdown was in the last two minutes, when Miller plunged over after short passes. In the og en Not quite? l w ZANESVILLE The Wildcats became Central Ohio League champions by virtue of win- ning the last game in the C. O. L. schedule at Zanesville. The score of 32-6 was made possible by the hardest blocking and tackling ever displayed by a Newark team. After two plays the Wildcats had their first touchdown-a pass from Walsh to Gibson. Then Davidson took the ball over for the second tally. Both of NeWark's trys for the extra point were blocked. In the second quarter Gibson intercepted a pass on the Newark 45 and went to the Zanes- ville 5. Walsh went around the right end for the third touchdown, and Craig's try was again blocked. Later Allen intercepted a pass on the 45 and with good interference went over for a fourth touchdown. Craig's place kick was good. Zanesville scored later in third quarter. Walsh made the fifth touchdown and Craig added the extra point. Go 'wayl Row 1 Stockdale, Alexander, Jones, Jackson, Athan, Curry, Ewing, Dunn, Davino, Gorsuch. Johnson Hawkins, Orr, Thomas, Armstrong. Row 2 Garner Bieberback, Walker, Baker, Bline, Stasel, Null, Yarqer, Weston, Cooperrider, George Forgraves, Yost, I-lonenberger. Climaxing another successful sea- son the Reserve Team has won the title for the second year. A Captain was appointed for each game by coaches: Len Wilhelm and Paul Nor- man. This idea was inculcated be- cause it puts some responsibility on the boy when decisions are to be made in regard to penalties etc. Bill Gorsuch was the power house fullback who scored his share of touchdowns, together with his running mates Paul Jackson, a shitty haltback, and Arnold Stasel the long distance runer of the team. Ed Johnson con- tributed his share of passing which resulted in long gains or touchdowns. Athan called signals and directed the maneuvers until his shoulder injury. Bieberbach, substitute fullback, did a fine job when called upon. Jones was a standout in the line and was a thorn in the sides of the opposing backfield men. Davino, a seasoned Reserve man, accounted for fine blocking and tackling in the line. Curry at tackles was a good diagnoser of opponents offensive threats. Honenberger, the toughest man on the squad, was moved to the backtield and did better than the seasoned backs. Bline, Yar- ger, Orr, Dunn, Thomas, Hawkins, Baker, Yost performed regularly in the line play. Numeral winners are as follows: Angie Athan, James Curry, Francis Davino, Ray George, Arnold Stasel, Don Jones, Earl Orr, William Gorsuch, Edgar Johnson, William Honenberger, Paul Jackson, Jack Yarger, Ken Stock- dale, Robert Dunn, Zelner Thomas, Harry Walker, Harry Armstrong, Ja- son Yost, Howard EddY, James For- graves, Robert Hawkins, Gene Ewing, Ed Baker, James Branscome, Richard Woodyard, Jack Thompson, Bob Bie- berbach, Bill Bline. SCORES Newark 20 Newark 7 Newark 25 Newark 13 Newark l3 , U? QSQITPS . Coshocton U Coshocton l 3 Zanesville 0 Zanesville 0 Mt. Vernon 7 Reserve Coaches Leonard Wilhelm Paul Norman Row 1-Vaughn Malone, Elmer Munkachy, Donald Smith, Vfilliam Tracy, larnes Cooper, l-lughey Row 2 Houpt, Donald Hair. --Anthony Maniace, manager, Dwight Snelling, Robert Smith, Iohn Starrett, William Sergeant, William Craig, lack Pease, Karl Seesholtz, Cliliord E. Orr, Coach. mistrict Glzamps The Wildcats basketball team fin- ished one of the best seasons by any SCORES REGULAR SEASON I - Newark 54 Columbus East Newark team, losing only four games Newark 32 Findlay I I , N k 28 l-l 'lt and winning twenty. The Cats played Nixgik 51 CSEHQSS SO. strong teams and had the best oi- is d CO1 fensive average of any Newark team. Illllewcfflli glllflgllvfificsfi GWGT OS OC OH The first team was composed of iive Newark 57 Lancaster I I , N k 32 M ' Juniors and one senior. They man- Ngxgfk 40 Zccxilfile - 1 - - Newark 28 Massillon aged to win the co championship ot Newark 38 Cambridge the C. O. 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Then with good shooting and a strong de- fense the Wildcats steadily drove ahead to win the game. One Hundred Forty-Eight CAMBRIDGE BASKETBALL HERE In the first game of the second round Newark again defeated Cambridge by a margin of four points, the score be- ing 38 to 34. Newark led 24 to 14 at the intermission. The game was much closer in the second half with Cambridge getting the majority of points. The Brownies outscored the Wildcats 20 to 14, but Newark managed to keep the lead. Pease led the Newark scoring with thirteen points, and Snelling followed with eleven. Blocked? COSHOCTON BASKETBALL HERE Newark 1-ligh's Wildcats lost their first game of the season to the Red- skins of Coshocton by the score of 35 to 33. Coshocton led 10 to 3 at the end of the first quarter, but Newark came back to lead 14 to 16 at the half. ln the second hall it was a close tight with the lead changing several times, but the Coshocton team finally emerged victorious. Karl Seesholtz, junior forward, was the outstanding scorer of the game, getting 4 field goals and 12 foul shots to make 20 points. COSHOCTON BASKETBALL THERE Coshocton triumphant again! New- ark's title hopes diminished! That was the result of the bitterly contested game between Newark and Coshoc- ton. lt took two overtime periods for the Redskins to emerge victorious but the Wildcats put up one of the stiitest fights ever waged by a Newark team. Coshocton led 18 to 12 at the halt. Newark came back in the second half to gain on the Braves, but they were crippled by the loss of Snelling and Craig in the third quarter. New- ark held on and the regulation game ended with the score 30 all. Then in the second overtime period Coshoc- ton connected with a long shot that Newark was unable to equal. One Hundred Forty Nine Bunny shot LANCASTER BASKETBALL THERE The Wildcats rolled up a 57-17 vic- tory over a very weak Lancaster team. There was Very little compe- tition for the Wildcats as the second and third stringers played a large part of the game. Newark was out in front 27 to 6 at the intermission. Then in the second half the Wildcats surged on again, completely outplay- inq the Gales. One Hundred Fifty LANCASTER BASKETBALL HERE For the second time Newark rolled over the hopeless Lancaster team. The Wildcats won almost as they pleased, but the Golden Gales tried until the end. Newark led 8 to 5 at the end of the first quarter and l7 to 9 at the end of the first half, but in the second halt Newark pulled away and made the score whatever they wanted it to be, and the game ended with Newark winning 39 to l6. Both coaches used first and second team players. Too late! MARIETTA BASKETBALL HERE Marietta's Tigers were defeated by the.Wi1dcats by the score of 32 to 16. Newark stepped out in front in the first half and led 15 to 10 at the half. In the second half the Wildcats played brilliant basketball, holding the Tigers to six points while scoring seventeen themselves. Newark and Marietta each used first and second teams. MARIETTA BASKETBALL THERE The 38 to 32 victory over Marietta enabled Newark to tie for first place as Coshocton lost a second round game to Cambridge. Newark led 14 to 5 at the end of the first quarter and 19 to 14 at the half. In the third quarter the Bengals roared back to take a slight lead of 29 to 30, but the Wildcats outscored them nine to two in the fourth and clinched the game. Snelling led the scoring with thirteen points. One Hundred Fifty On Newark score ZANESVILLE BASKETBALL THERE Newark High's Wildcats defeated the Zanesville Blue Devils at the new municipal auditorium in Zanesville by the score of 40 to 34. Newark held a 26 to l5 lead at the end of the half. The game was much closer in the second half with Zanesville narrow- ing the gap as the game advanced. Newark lead 33 to 23 at the end of third. Bill Craig was the leading scorer of the game with fourteen points, and Dee Snelling scored twelve points. One Hundred Fit ty-Two ZANESVILLE BASKETBALL HERE In the final game of the season Newark defeated Zanesville 39 to 36 and became co-champions of the Cen- tral Ohio League with Coshocton. The game was hard-fought with Zanes- ville leading until the final minutes of the fourth quarter. The Blue Devils led 25 to 23 at the intermission. ln the second half Zanesville went ahead until the fourth quarter when they led 32 to 26. The Wildcats be- gan scoring and made it 39 to 36. Newark then put on a stall which Zanesville tried to break, but Newark kept the ball until the final gun. Snel- ling lead the scoring with fifteen points, and Young of Zanesville tallied fourteen. Row l-Abbott, Fields, Holomok, Bickle, Wheeler, Winn, Iones. Row 2iCoach Hanshue, McCloskey, Messick, Radu, Schaus, Orr, Haynes iMqr.l, Hughes ilvlgrl gut-uf'e Stars The Newark High reserves com- pleted another very successful season by winning 12 games out of a sched- ule of 17 games. The team engaged all the C. O. 1... reserve teams and other teams from class B schools. The boys are all sophomores who previ- ously played on the junior high teams. The team is coached by Luther Han- shue, who has had fine reserve squads for the last several seasons. The numeral winners were lack Bickel, Ray Wheeler, Paul Messick, Bill Winn, Fred Schaus. Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus East 20 Reynoldsburg 25 Columbus So. 23 Boys' Industrial School of Lan- caster 29 De Molay 45 Cambridge , 14 Coshocton 20 Lancaster 19 Marietta 26 Zanesville 18 Massillon 24 Cambridge 20 Coshocton 51 Lancaster 26 Marietta 18 Mt. Vernon 22 Zanesville 34 One Hundred Fifty-Three Row 1 Milligan, Leslie, Steinman, Northey, Snelling, Chaney, Baughman, W. Glover, Dumm. Myers Hall. Row 2 Ralph Haynes, Mgrs., Woodyard, I. Glover. Fields, Smith, Prior, Priest, Armentrout, Schenk Miller, Busby, Coach Sherman. Row S haller, Mgr., Pope, Litten, Lothes, Good, Smith, Davidson, Shoemaker, Tait. Cinder men TRACKMEN The Newark track team went through a remarkable season. The Wildcats won all of the dual meets, won the League meet, finished sec- ond in the District meet, and finished second in the triangular meet, in which Newark, Columbus North, and Columbus South participated. The One Hundred Fifty-Four cinder men continued to keep New- ark's record of being outstanding in track. The lettermen are: I. Smith, B. Tait, P. Prior, M. Davidson, B. Smith, I. Good, E. Busby, I. Glover, C. Pope, G. Fields, B. Lothes, K. Priest, and R. Leslie. K 1940 NEWARK RELAYS The First Annual Newark Relays were held Saturday, May 4, al White Field with seventeen teams participat- ing. Columbus North won the honors with the score of 84. Springfield fin- ished in second place with 46Vz points, while Newark finished in third place with 38Vz points. Columbus North placed first in six events and Newark placed first in three events. These events Were: the 120 yard hur- dles, the shot put, and the two mile relay. Iames Smith came in first in 120 yard hurdles, Good, Pope, Fields, and Bob Smith won the two mile relay, and Bill Lothes placed first in the shot put. CENTRAL OHIO LEAGUE MEET Newark High School's track team won the Central Ohio League cham- pionship. The Wildcats scored 116 points while Marietta and Lancaster, who tied for second place, each scored 49 V2 points. Newark trackmen broke four rec- ords: Robert Smith broke the 440 yard dash record, James Smith broke the 120 yard high hurdles record, Bill Lothes broke the discus throw record, and Pope, Good, Fields, and R. Smith broke the mile relay record. CRCSS COUNTRY Row 1 Raymond Leslie, Basil Hare, Charles Abbott, Bill Steinman. Row 2 Clearance Iaynes, Vaughn Malone, Iohn Starrett, Walter Redman, Bill Rico. gfarriers Newark's cross country squad lost all three ot their dual meets and fin- ished sixth in the district meet. They lost to Columbus East by the score of 26 to 29, Columbus North by the score of 25 to 30, and Mansfield Won by the score of 25 to 30. In the meet with Columbus North, Raymond Leslie finished second, Vaughn Malone finished fourth, Wil- liam Steinman finished seventh, Wal- ter Redman finished eighth, and One l-'undred Fifty-Six Charles Abbott finished ninth. In the East meet Leslie finished first, Malone ran third, Steinman ran sixth, Abbott finished ninth, and Redman ran tenth. ln the Mansfield meet Leslie ran sec- ond, Malone ran third, Abbott ran seventh, Steinman ran eighth, and Redman ran tenth. Leslie and Malone scored for New- ark in the District Meet. The lettermen Were Abbott, Steinman, Malone, and Redman. GOLF Olen Henry, William Tracey, Wayne Byers, Karl Seesholtz Csltttliflg Xrtists GOLF The Newark golfers ended their 1940 season with no wins and five losses. Newark suffered two double defeats, one by Coshocton, and the other by Dublin Road. Their only single set back was with Granville. All of the Newark team will be back for the 1941 season. There were two Sophornores and two Iuniors on the team. The Sophornores were Bud Wintermute and Olen Henry. The Iuniors were Bill Tracey and Wayne Byers. The highest score was made by Bud Wintermute. SCORES Here Newark l 1112 Granville l0V2 Away Newark 3 Coshocton 9 Here Newark O Coshocton l2 Dublin Road 6 1flZ Dublin Road 10 Away Newark 5Vz Here Newark 2 One Hundred Fifty Seven BASEBALL lerry Tury, Vaughn Malone, Arnold Stas-el, I-luqhey I-loupt QMS!! eE8GgU9I'S , BASEBALL The intramural baseball league is composed oi three tearnsg the seniors, juniors, and sophomores each having a team. Last year each team Won three games and lost three. The juniors were the most outstand- ing in individual honors, having five lettermenp the sophomores had four lettermen while the seniors had three. One Hundred Fifty-Eight The twelve players having the high- est batting and P fielding averages were awarded letters. The recipients' oi the letters in order to their rating were: Hubert Cochenour, Russell Ba- ker, Paul Stottsberry, Ierry Christman, Lowell Keyes, lack Gilbert, Iames Cooper, Ierry Iury, Bob McDonald, Hugh Houpt, and Ralp Montanaro. Qirfs' gym Gfass For the past fifteen years Miss Flo- rence Myer has been the physical education director of the girls' ath- letic department. Each student is re- quired to take two periods of gym class work besides attending a health class every two weeks. The classes consist of volleyball, basketball, base- ball, exercises, ping pong, badminton, deck tennis, and shuffleboard. The health class has for its object to ac- quaint the individual with the condi- tion of personal Welfare, to insure the pupils to be physically as well as mentally fit and to try to control the environment of the school and pro- mote and safe-guard the health of the individual. The girls may earn let- ters by obtaining points through the participation in intramural activities: basketball, hockey, baseball, tennis, cycling, hiking, and swimming. Each girl must have one thousand points to receive a white letter and fifteen hun- dred points to receive a red letter. One Hundred Fifty Nino WOCAGQJ GIRLS HOCKEY Row l-Nola Baker, Stella Pletcher, Maria Wright, Norma Holland, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Evelyn Fisher, Virginia Scott, Norma lean Peniclc, Aileen Mills, Wilma lean Haley, Elizabeth Matis. Betty Noblick. Row 2-Iulie Henzy, Dorothy Clark, Thelma Cottterman, Susan Martin, Melody Schiffler, Martha Priest, Patsy Ashley, Helen Iohn, Lois Brandt, Marilyn Binqer, Ruth Anderegg. Row 3-Frances Mix, Eleanor Manice, Iuanita Hinger, Ella Mae Priest, Helen Wright. GIRLS' HOCKEY The first few weeks were spent in practicing and mastering the funda- mentals ot the game, after which three teams were organized in order that forty-five girls would be able to play on individual teams. The senior team was captained by Margaret Lee Wolfe, the junior team by Ruth Ande- regg, and the sophomore team by Irma Myers. Two rounds of games were played at the end of which the juniors had won six games to no losses, while the senior and sopho- more teams were tied with four wins and two losses. All games were su- pervised by Miss Florence Myer at Everett's Field. The outstanding players for the ot- fensive were Margaret Lee Wolfe, Iulie Henzy, and Irma Myers. For the defensive Eileen Mills, Patsy Ash- ley, and Marie Wright were some of the most outstanding. Margaret Lee Wolte Marie Wright GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL lljoffeydaff Row Row Row Row VOLLEYBALL -Elizabeth Matis, Pauline Padgett, Norma Holland, Polly Fulton, Ie-an Roberts, Ruth Roby. Metha Rowe, Iune Roach, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Dorothy Goodin, Dora Mae Richards, Margery Prince. -Lucille Love, Helen Davis, Norma lean Penick, Dorothy Clark, Norma Borcer, lmogene Butte, Virginia Scott, Aileen Mills, lane England, Iuanita Hinger, Beatrice Livingston, Janis Rohan. --Mary lane Vintilla, Betty Ayers, Virginia Crego, lean Simpson, Audrey Curts, Shirley Flannigan, Virginia McDaniels, Susan Martin, Pauline Boggs, Lucille Good, Clarabelle Ross, Helen Wright, Mary Shaw, Betty McDaniel, Miss Florence Myer. -Charlotte Hull, Elsie Weekley, Stella Pletcher, Bernice Hull, lean Applegate, Helen John, Martha Priest, Evelyn Fisher, Mildred Mitchell, Maxine Stevens, Helen Trumpower, Ella Mae Priest, Marie Wright, Maude Carey. As usual there was a large number ot girls Wishing to participate in this intramural sport. Several teams were organized and the captains were Norma Penich, Ruth Roley, Mildred Mitchell, Mary Ellen Gould, lane England, and Charlotte Hull. All games were played in the gym on Mondays and Fridays under the su- pervision oi Miss Florence Myer. A Round Robin Tournament was held and then an eliminating tournament was held on Ianuary 23. The Winning team Was captained by Ruth Roley. In second place was Norma Jean Penich's team, and in third place was Mildred Mitchell's team. The most efficient and alert players were Helen Iohn, lean Applegate, Iean English, Marie Wright, Shirley Keim, Helen Trumpower, Charlotte Hull and Pauline Boggs. Norma lean Penick Ruth Roby Qasketoall GIRLS BASKETBALL Row 1-Dorothy Goodin, Alice Hardman, Pauline Padgett, lean Roberts, Eva Kelley, Ruth Roby, Iune Redd, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Wilma lean Haley, Betty Iden, Marjorie Walt, Clara Lou Swain. Row 2-Virginia Crego, Belly Hideg, Norma lean Penick, Aileen Mills, Barbara Keim, Norma Borcer, Marydell Moorman, Thelma Smith, Helen Iohn, Audrey Neighbarger, Marie Wright, Marilyn Binger, Iulie I-Ienzy, Lois Brandt. Row 3-Mary Ellen Kreager, Nancy Cook, Virginia McDaniels, lean Simpson, Doris Howes, Susan Marlin, Bernice Hull, Iean Applegate, Dorothy Clark, Shirley Flannigan, Metha Rowe, Betty Camlin, Patsy Ashley, Virginia Scott, Ella Mae Priest, Carol lean Seigel, Margaret Myers, Doris Frances Swisher, Miss Florence Myer. Row 4-Charlotte Hull, Mary lane Vintilla, Iuanita Hinger, Irma Myers, Betty McDaniel, Lois Hodge, Marjorie Glass, Marilyn Finkbone, Evelyn Fisher, Mildred Mitchell, Martha Priest, Imogene Butte, Ruth Anderegg, Patricia Bauman, Helen Wright, Annette Upson. GIRLS' BASKETBALL There were eight basketball teams organized this year because of the great number of girls wishing to par- ticipate in this sport. The three senior teams were captained by Ruth Robey, Marjorie Walt, and Metha Rowe: the three junior teams were captained by Patsy Ashley, Dorothy Clark, and Virginia Scott: the two sophomore teams were captained by Carol lean Siegle and Virginia Crego. Dorothy Clark's team remained the only un- beaten team in the Round Robin Bas- ketball Tournament. Later an elim- inating tournament was held. All games were played after school on Mondays and Fridays under the su- pervision of Miss Florence Myer. Some guards who were efficient in their defence ability were Betty Nob- lick, Margaret Lee Wolfe, Ruth Ande- regq, and Frances Swisher. Some outstanding forwards were Metha Rowe, Dorothy Clark, and lean Simp- son. Norma Borcer Virginia McDaniels Courses of Study gngffislz The English department is a very important part of the curriculum of a high school. The two divisions of this department, grammar and literature, generally aim to improve the student's reading, writing, and speaking abili- ties. Specifically, grammar endeavors to develop an effective method of ex- pressing one's self, to correct one's faults, and to aid one in mastering the principles of English usage. The work of the sophomore year consists of the study and use of gram- matical principles and of composition both oral and written. The study of literature is not confined to, one na- tionality but is rather a study of sev- eral types: such as, the drama, novel, and short story, of many nationalities. Skill in the interpretation of the printed page and the development of an ex- tensive and exact vocabulary are ba- sic to the whole English program. The junior year of English offers a continuation of grammar and litera- ture. Grammar is cr review of the principles presented in former years and an amplification of their use. First semester literature is composed of a narrative poem, a Shakespearean play, and a novel. The second semes- ter is confined to the writings of American authors. A more mature view of the princi- ples of grammar is sought in the senior year. The purpose of written composition is to communicate ideas with the aim of increasing the mean- ing of one's own life and to secure a greater power in the use of language. Senior literature is devoted to the works of English authors. The pur- pose is to acquaint pupils with the major English writers and to help them understand the life and ideals of the English people. Emphasis is placed upon literature and as much history and background as is necessary for appreciation. The regular English course is adapted to the interests and needs of the pupils in the commercial course. lt is divided into composition, English usage, and American literature. The objective of the composition and English usage section is to provide for the immediate language needs of the pupil and for certain future vocational needs. Classes in Industrial English are provided for the students in Industrial Arts in the junior year. The course aims to increase the proficiency of the pupils in the skills of reading, writ- ing, speaking, and listening. A drama in prose, two novels and American literature are used to aid in this pur- pose. Composition is based upon the vocational work. Dramatics and public speaking are two other parts of the English course. The early part of the Work in speech is spent on orientation and getting adjusted to speaking before an audi- ence. All types of speeches, including informative, convincing, and humor- ous, are given by the students. The second semester is spent in the proc- ess of perfecting speaking ability and preparing for the state contests. The first semester of dramatics gives the students the background of the theatre and the important people in its history. The second semester deals with stage- craft and the building of scenery. This year the dramatic class built the scen- ery for the senior class play. One Hundred Sixty Three Iournalism is offered to juniors and seniors. ' The course aims to give op- portunity for creative writing, for a study of the newspaper, for the writ- ing of news articles that record and interpret the school to the pupils and the patrons and, through the school paper, the promotion of the worthy projects and ideals of the entire school. To promote the larger purposes of education in a democracy the work in the English classroom strives to increase the pupils' skill in the use of printed sources to verify and sup- plement their ideas and to add to their power to distinguish logical reason- ing from undesirable emotional ap- peal. C9pOI'el'gIl acid flgUG.ge.S Three languages may be studied by the students of Newark High School: Latin, French, and German. Four years of foreign language are required in the College Preparatory Course. Education in a democracy has as its task the training of all the children of all the people to live abundantly and intelligently in that society by which and for which that education is maintained. The study of Latin meets both of these phases. lt points out the relation between Roman studies and the basis of modern govern- mental, social, and cultural life in One Hundred Sixty-Four America today: and it offers a mental discipline so badly needed in modern thought. The correct study of Latin admits of no loose thinking, no guess work, no idle and clever speculations, and furnishes no field for rash opinions without supporting facts. F irst-year Latin consists of basic vocabulary and grammar. During the second year Caesar's COMMENTA- RIES are studied. In the third year the student reads Cicero: and the first six books of Virgil's AENEID are read in the fourth year. Two years of French are offered to the pupil. Grammar and vocabulary are stressed during the first year to- gether with drill and foundation work. The second year consists of more ex- tensive reading. German is a two-year course also. Pronunciation and grammar are most important in the first year, while dur- ing the second year reading is stressed to a greater extent. German and French are especially interesting at this time.- Through the study of these two languages the stu- dent is able to obtain a better under- standing of the countries in which the languages are spoken and how they are involved in the present world situ- ation. By comparing his own coun- try to these other countries the pupil can realize the advantages and oppor- tunities offered him in living in such a democracy as America. CSJCLQII ce SCIENCE CoURsE This year the three departments of science, biology, chemistry, and phys- ics are working with new equipment. Also the full day's schedule allows the chemistry and physics classes double periods every other week for laboratory experiments. The study of science makes an im- portant contribution to the develop- ment of democracy. Biology teaches the scientific method of thinking and shows how man has progressed since this method has come into practice. Chemistry and physics put scientific thinking to practical use and accustom the student to its use in everyday problems. An open mind is the first require- ment of a scientist. A scientist always looks at both sides of a question and requires proof before reaching a con- clusion. All of these characteristics are important to the making of a democracy, for they form a basis for a just government of the people. ma tfzenza tics The mathematics course includes plane and solid geometry, Today's Geometry, and advanced algebra. The purpose is to teach students to use deductive reasoning in solving practical problems. An effort is made in the study of plane geometry to de- velop an understanding and appre- ciation of geometric forms. Solid geometry is a continuation of plane geometry but dwells principally on figures of three dimensions. Today's Geometry teaches the prin- ciples of geometry without demon- strating them. The advanced algebra course gives the student a basis for higher mathematics: such as, calculus and trigonornetry. The mathematics course develops in the students an ability for clear think- ing. This characteristic is very essen- tial in an American citizen. An American must have the ability to vote intelligently, and the most impor- tant asset in voting is clear and log- ical thinking. CSjOCld! CSbC'leI'lCe The purpose of the Social Science department is to give the students a better knowledge and understanding of modern life and to awaken in them an interest in current events. As background to modern times his- tory courses are offered from the sophomore year through the senior year to show how modern society and its problems have their roots in yes- terday. General history presents a summary of the events of the world from ancient times up to the present day. ln preparation for the senior year Modern History is offered which includes the time from the sixteenth century to the present day. American history gives the story of our country from the fifteenth century to the twen- tieth. Civics is included in this course to deal with the American govern- ment and citizens' duties. Sociology and Economic Geography are also offered in the Social Science depart- ment. To preserve our democratic form of government it is necessary for one to study and become familiar with these subjects. One Hundred Sixty Five tgnalustrial .Kris The high school lndustrial Arts Program offers opportunities to ap- proximately 350 young people in many different vocations. The stu- dents are given instruction in auto me- chanics, electricity, forging, foundry, machine shop, sheet metal and weld- inq: photography, printing, ceramics, and various crafts including leather- craft, jewelry, and plastics are also being offered. The Work in wood con- sists of millwork, furniture projects, pattern work, and model-house con- struction. ln all of the above men- tioned areas research and design are essential steps in the student's expe- rience. The Newark City Board of Educa- tion through its Industrial Arts Depart- ment is cooperating with the Ohio State Board for Vocational Education by conducting thirty-five classes in National Defense Training. The pro- gram has a total enrollment of 520 youths and adults, 35 instructors, 36 substitute instructors and a staff of clerical Workers, stock clerks and ian- itors, employed by the government. Thirteen classes meet in Newark in- dustries. National Youth Administra- tion workers and Civilian Conserva- tion Corps boys constitute eleven classes in the Defense Training Pro- gram. The controlling purpose is to prepare for useful employment by the development, in the shortest possible time, of knowledges and skills essen- tial to national defense. The Newark City Board of Educa- tion has also assumed the contract for two ground school classes of 70 stu- dents in connection with the Civilian Pilot Training Program. Flight schol- arships are given to the ten students receiving the highest grades in a com- petitive examination. Through these classes the Industrial Arts department is cooperating with the government in promoting national defense. 772 US-LC Pupils interested in stringed instru- ments are afforded excellent opportu- nities and are furnished with inval- uable experience through the school orchestra under the direction of Mr. Sam Gelfer. The orchestra played for chapel programs every week and on May 9 with the Glee Club presented a concert for the benefit of the student body. The band tends to develop sight reading and give its members a deeper playing knowledge of stand- ard and symphony music. Under the supervision of Mr. Dwight Campbell the organization has developed greatly. The band played at the foot- ball games throughout the season adding zest to the occasions by pre- senting various formations between halves. The band held a concert for the public on April l4 and 15 in the school auditorium. This year for the first time students have been offered the opportunity of Ona Hundred Sixty-Six participating in a G-lee Club under the direction of Mr. Wendell Iones. The club consists of about one hun- dred members ancl meets in the audi- torium twice a week. Each department offers excellent opportunities for any interested stu- dent to enrich his own cultural life and to stimulate his natural talent. Thus the individual obtains a better understanding and a deeper appre- ciation of the art of music. rwlzysicaf ucation anal .Zthlfetzcs The program of physical and health education tends to develop the health and character of the pupil and to as- sist him in a more complete adjust- ment to his environment. Good health is promoted by study and participa- tion in health classes two periods a month and activity classes six periods a month. In the study classes desirable habits are acquired and personal problems are discussed. Methods of bettering conditions in the school and home are devised. Furthermore, inspections and examinations are given to discover defects in the students. The correc- tions for these are then sought. During the classes on the floor the girls participate in volley ball, basket- ball, baseball, ping-pong, dancing, shuffle-board, and badminton. Also basketball, volley ball, baseball, and hockey are interclass sports. The boys are offered basketball, baseball, volley ball, gymnastics, interclass baseball, and basketball. The boys also engage in interscholastic sports including football, basketball, and track. This program of physical and health education advances personal health, which in turn furthers that of the com- munity and the nation. America needs strong and healthy citizens to defend its democracy. GOfTLI71eI'CtCll Excellent commercial training for any student interested in entering the business world is offered. The course consists of a three-year study which enables the pupils to become familiar with the problems of the business world. The element of democracy, which should be included in the basis of every student's education, is clearly presented in this subject by the fact that every student has equal oppor- tunities to succeed. The sophomore learns the basic fundamentals underlying the proce- dure of present day business. This includes the studies of sociology, eco- nomics, economic geography, and commercial law. The junior concentrates on the prin- ciples of business. The subjects offered are bookkeeping, business English, salesmanship, typing, and shorthand. The senior specializes in the ad- vanced work of the commercial course. He strives to attain efficiency and accuracy in all his Work. This final preparation which the student receives equips him for the position he desires to obtain after graduation. Any student completing the com- mercial course is equipped With a fit- ting background for bookkeeping, ste- nography, and salesmanshipp in fact, complete office training. One Hundred Sixty Seven WOITZQ gCOI1OI7ll.CS The high school home economics course provides instruction and ex- perience in the basic aspects of home and family life and is a continuation of the study begun in school. Economics X involves of the girls' problems of home living problems of junior high the solution and Economics XI the home making. The last year of the home economics course deals with the relationship of the individual and the home with the community. ln these three years the student studies problems in the feeding, clothing, and housing of individuals with the finan- cial implications of budgeting, buy- ing, and consumer problems. The fundamental principle underly- ing the home economics course is to develop the use of reflective thinking by searching for a solution to the fore- going problems. Also there is an effort to develop those personal char- acteristics Which seem most essential in democratic life in the home, school, and community. Tolerance, aesthetic appreciation, cooperation, and self di- rection are continually stressed. The important purpose of home economics is to provide experiences for the use of intelligence through reflective think- ing and for practice in democratic liv- ing. One Hundred Sixty-Eight Abbot, Charles 74, 103, 131, 156, 153 Abbott, Mary Ellen .......,., 74. 100. 116 Adams, Grace Marie ,..... 36, 114, 107, 131 Airesman, Phyllis ...... 74, 116, 128, 131 Alexander, lane ............ 36, 118, 114, Alexander, Iames ...,. 64, 101, 121 Allen, Edward ............ 36, 100, 103, 64, Allen, Florence .........,. Alspach, Gene ....,.,... Alspach, Iunior ............ Amos, Mr. Carroll ...... 101. 109, 138 Amos, Ellis .............v............-......----,---- 96 Anderegg, Iohn .,..........................,...,- 90 Anderegg, Ruth ...... 104, 120, 113, 66, 119, 121, 160, 162 Anderson, Barbara ............................ 84 Anderson, Carol .......... .... 3 6, 123, 102, 107, 128 Anderson, Chester ............................ 74 Anderson, lack. ....... ........ . .......------ - 96 Anderson, Marjorie ......... ......... 3 6, 101 Anderson, Robert .....v........................ Anderson, Robert Garfield .............. Anderson, Anderson, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Andrews, Shirley .......,...................... William .............. ..... Edgar .,....... Kathryn .... Eloise ........ Leora ........ ,. ......... Margaret ....,...,....,..,. 66, Milton ............... 84 66 74 88 84 66 66 92 121 Robert ................,............... 92 Andrews, Robert Girard ..,..... 74, lllalf Andrews, Virginia ,............. 36. 64. 103 Angeletti, Ted ............ ...... 1 --..-----.---- 6 5 Annarino, Betty .......... .......---' ------- 9 5 Armentrout ........................,.....---.-.-. 154 Armstrong, Beulah ................,. 36. 102. 107, 131 Armstrong, Harry .............,.........,...... 84 Armstrong, Virgil ...............,.............. 66 Applegate, lean ............. Applegate, Arensberg, Phyllis ..,...,. 74, 116, Arter, Mabel ......................-.--. -.-65. Glenn ......,.. ...66, 161, 162 ...........74, 131 126, 131 115 Ashley, Patricia .............. 113, 66. 124, Ashley, Robert ............. Athan, Angel ................. 106, 130, 160, 162 .....ll0. 65. 66 Atherton, Eva Mae .......... 36, 112, Atskoft, Marie ...... ...........66, 115 -Q0 nfrait Lgncfex Baker, Edwinna .......,..,......,........ 88, 90 Baker, Nola .,.,........ ..........., 7 4, 116, 160 Baker, Richard .,.,...... 74, 111, 120, Baker, Robert ,.,....,................,... 74, Ball, Gordon ................................ ......37 128 Ballinger, leanne. ........... 74, 116, Barber, Donald .......... 74, 127, 126, Barber, Eugene ..,.....,,.,...... 127. 66. Barnes, Iulius .... ............ ......... . . ......74 ,.,.l26 ......84 ....,.74 Bixler, Iames ....,,,...,, ,.,........,.............. 6 5 Blamer, Dorothy .........,..,. 38, 105, 112, 118, 64, 101, 128 Bland, Esther ...........,..............,....-.--.-. 88 Blind, Lillian .....,..,.,,...............-.-.----, 96 Bline, Miss Dorothy ...............t.. 30. Blizzard, Dorothy .......,, Blizzard, Louise ......,. Blizzard, Ruth .......... Bodkin, Boggs, Orville .........,................... 125 Ednamaee ........,,........,. 38, .....,74 132 Barnes, Kathryn ,..,...................... Barnes, Mrs. Mary Eleanor ...... Barnes, Mr. Oren 1 ...................,. Barlowe, Maejean ..,....,,.,......... 105, Barrett, Iosephine ...,.....,.,.. 113, 66, Barrett, Marjorie .,.,......,...,........... Barringer, Bonnie .......,..,................ Barringer, Ruth ...............,..,.,..... 37, Barstow, Gerald ,.,.....,.,...,......... Barton, Clare .....,...... 74, 121, 126, Baughman, Gail ..................,....... Baughrnan, Ray .,.,,....,.,,....,.,..,,.. Baughman, Robert .......... 37, 109, Bazler, Robert .......................... 37. Bauman, Patricia .......... 113, 66, 121 129, Beall, Mary .....,... ................ I ........ Beard, William .............. 37, 101, 106. Beaumont, Maxine ...................... Beaver, Barbara .,.,.... 74, 116, 106, ......93 ......66 ......66 ......88 ......92 ......84 .....97 121 Boggs, Pauline .......... 105, 66, 121, 161 Bolton, William .................................. 56 Bonar, Eleanor ..,,,.,........... 74, 116. 128 Bonham, Gerald .................,..........,.., 66 Bonham, Robert ......,.. ..................,. 8 8 Bonham, Weldon .............................. 88 Boniiant, Harold ............,,.................. 66 Borcer, Norma .......... 38, 160, 161, 162 Borroway, Frank ...,............ 38, 64, 109 Boss, Nyla ......................,..,........ 38, 112 Bourne, Harley ................................ 64 Bower, Margaret ........ 38, 104, 64, 101 Bowers, Leonard .........................,....., 66 Bowers, Lois .......... 38, 118, 114, 64, 101, 128, 132 Bowman, Virgil .................................. 84 Boyd, Donald ..................,................... 90 Boyd, Miss Florence ........,...,... 114, 31 Boyd, Mr. Frew C ..... 28, 32, 100, 131 Boyd, Robert ...................,..............,... 66 Boylan, Iohn ..........,..,........................ 74 Braden, Betty .,...,.,.. 74, 66, 116, 106 Braden, Chloa ...........,.............,........., 66 Bradley, Doris .................... 38, 64, 108 Bradley, Mary Lou ...............,.........,., 84 Braid, Dorothy ,,............., 66, 115, 124 Bebout, Donald ....,..,.................. 37. Bebout, Dorothy .............. 74, 116, Bebout, Iohn ............ ,..,......1... 3 7, Bebout, Marjorie .....,,.. .............. Bebout, Ronald 1...... .............. Bebout, Robert ......... ................. Becker, Mable .................. 37, 114, Becker, Marion ............................ Beckman, George .....,...... 74, 111, Beckman, Mary ....... ................., Beeney, Dorothy ........ ...... 1 27, Beesler, Edna ............ ..,,... Beinhower, Robert .....,............,,.,... Bell, Robert .....,............................ Bell, Eugene .,.................... 74, 111, Bell , Vonda .......................... 5 ......84 Belt, Beatrice .........r 37, 100, 10 118, 114. 64, 101 1 1 4 Brandt, Lois .,,....... 113, 66, 106, 119, 130, 160, 162 Branscome, lames ....., ,,....,... . 110,, 66 Brehm, Lucille ............ ..........,......... 9 6 Brehm, Norma ......... ..,.,,... 9 6 Brehm, Brison, Thelma ...,,,. Edward ....... Brooke, Robert .......... ,,.......... 7 4 Brooks, Eleanor ......., ....... 3 8, 130 Brooks, George ....... ......... 9 6 Brooks, Robert .......... ......,.. 6 6 Brooks, Sarah ............. ......... 8 8 Brooks, William ........ . ..,....., 84 Brown, Mr. G. W ...,. ..,.......,.,.,,,.,,. 3 0 Brown, Robert ..... .,.,.,. ,.....,,,..,.,,..,.,, 8 4 Browne, Iames ........ 38, 127, 101, 109, Browning, Shirley .............. 39, 64, Atskoii, Vera ..... ........................ 8 8 Ayers, Betty .,,,.... ......... 5 6, 115. 161 Ayres, Donald ......,............................. 88 Azbell, Elizabeth ........................ 36, 131 Bachelor, Vonda ...................... 66. 115 Backenstos, Richard ...,..... .............. 3 6 Backenstos, Robert ....... .......... 9 6 Bagent, Charlene ....,.... .............. 8 4 Bailey, Donald ........ ...........36, 101, 109. 119 Belt, Patricia .................... 113, 115, 119 Benner, Calvin .....,.... .................... 9 6 Benner, Franklin ......... ........... Benner, Sara ..,........ ........... Bennett, Dale ........ ........ 7 4. 123 Bennett, David ......... ................. Benton, Ruth ...................................... 74 Berry, Ieanne .,.................................... 74 Besanceney. Jeanne ........ 37, 100, 104, 112. 118, 64. 101, 102. 121, 132 Bailey, Lewis .......... Bailey, Roland .,.......... .............. 7 4 Baird, Elise .......................................... 97 Baird, lean Annette .................. 56. 131 Baird, lean Evelyn .......... 36, 123, Baker, Earl ..................................... Baker, Edgar .................... 110, 66. 107 .....88 106 102, 126 131 126 Bibart, George .....,.......,,........... 103. 66 Bickel, lack .......................... 73. 74. 133 Bickel, William .......... .......... 3 7, 138 Bieberbach, Lee .................................. 88 Bieberbach, Robert A........................... 96 Bieberbach, Rose Anna .................. 66 Biefness, loanne ................................ 88 Billman, Lois ....,,....1.............,............. 84 Billows, Ioseph .... ....,....... 7 4, lll. 121 Binger, Carol ........., 38, 112, 118, 101, 102 129 Binger, Marilyn ........ 120, 113, 66, 106, 124. 129. 160. 162 Bixler, lean ....... ...................,. 3 3. 123 Brucker, Robert ........................., 66, Brunner, Richard .......... 39, 118, 101, 106, 109 Buchanan, George ............................ 84 Buchanan, Mary Lou ........................ 84 Buchanan, Virginia ,...,,...,.,.,............ 39 Buchman, Victor ..........,..,,..,.,...,..,..,.. 39 Buck. lames .............. 39, 100, 127, 64. 101, 109, 119, 126 Bumgardner, Harold ........................ 66 Burden, Betty .....,,........ .......,..,......... 9 2 Burden, Donald .......................... 74, 131 Burden, Robert .....................,...,........ 66 Burdine, Bette leane ....,, 105, 66, 115, 124 Burgess ..,.................... .................... 8 8 Burkham, lack ......... .................... 8 8 Burkhart, Mary ...............,........ 66, 128 Burnley, loe ...,.........,........,................. 92 One Hundred Sixty-Nine rm f f N if w 5 s fi. + .?: if 5 9 - T X .:::E5E::. ' .::::::. X ' I TO THE MAN WITH A 9' I Q I THE COLORED GLASSES Q Lite in general looks dark . . . ff-sf-X Colored glasses are Worn g through necessity, not by V choice. So in buying f engravings choose clean X deep etched plates. X , Don't put dark glasses ' y on your illustrations. Use the Island Dot For Greater Contrast For Greater Depth . . IDEAL FOR NEWSPAPER ENGRAVINGS Briefly, the island "or round halftone dot" links up at the corners much later in the mid- dle tones than the usual square dot, thus allowing for a greater depth of etch. UNCHAINED DOTS MEAN CLEANE R REPRODUCTIONS SQUARE Dor 49 2 5 'nb ISLAND Dor -'-sig: ij T 1-wma C0 undred Seventy Burton, Allan ,,,,,,,........,.. 39, 101, 102, Chan, Girn Pong, ............................... 74 Cochran, Norma ...... .......... 7 5 109, 119, 121, 132 Chaney, Dale ...........,,... 39, 109, 154 Cochran, Robert ,.......... ................... 9 6 Butcher, Frances .,......., 74, 116, 126, Channell, Betty ....,,.......................... 92 COChran, Willis ................................ 75 131 Chapman, Edward ..,.....,. 74, 127, 126 Cole, Harrod .......... 40, 109, 107, 131 Butts, Richard ................,. 74, 127, 126 Cherry, Robert ........................ 40, 109 Collier .........,...............,....................., 88 Butteflmoqene ..,,,.,. 39, 123, 161, 162 Chester, Gwendolyn .,...................... 84 Collinsworth, Evelyn ...................... 75 Byers, Robert .,............,.............. ...84 Chtlcote, Adelaide Anne ...... 74, 115, Colville, Bettina ..,,....... ....... 4 0, 130 Byers, Wayne ,.,,,..,..,.,....... 39, 103, 157 131 COHIIOY, Lewis .......... ,. ............. 75 Cagney, Wilma ......................,.....,... 96 Chism, Robert ....,,... ......,........... 6 6 Connor, Walter .........,,..,.......... 75, 106 Ca11ander,Iane Anne ........,...........,. 66 Chrisman, Ianet ....,................... 40, 121 Conrad, Mr. Stacy .....r..................,, Z6 Callander, Martha Ann ........., 39, 112, Christman, Ierold ................., 103, 110, Cook. Nancy .................... 75, 116, 162 114, 132 65, 66, 138 Cooper, lames ...,,..... 100, 103, 110, Callander, Rodney -,------Y- 110, 55. 101. Christofiersen, lune .,........ 104, 66, 126 65, 66, 138, 146 106 Christy, Ioan ...,......,.... ............. ..... 9 2 Cooperrider, Carl ,........,.,.,..... 175, 111 Camlin, Elizabeth ...,...... 100, 113, 66, Citi-one, William .,,....,......,................. 88 Cope, Iohcmna .........,...................... 97 130, 162 Clark, Beth Ann ..,,.,,....,.,,......... 74, 131 Corcoran, Dan ,...... ........, 4 0, 109, Camp, George ..,. ....,...,... .........,........ 3 9 Clark Betty ......,.......,,................,..... 74 Corder, Morgan ..,.............,........... Camp, Lawrence ...............,.... 74, 131 Clark, Dorothy ,...... ,..66, 160, 161, 162 Corder, Mary Ellen ..............,... 75, Campbell, Mr. Dwight ...,.......... 32, 126 Clark, Evelyn ....,......,.,.......,............ 66 Cordich, Rose ............. ......... Campbell George ..... ............ 7 4 Clark, Iuanita ...,......... .....,............... 6 6 Carrington, Charline ..... ..... Campbel1,.1ohn ...,,.... ................ 9 2 Clark, Iune ......,,.,,,....,,,, 74, 116, 128 Cotterman, Bonnie ..,.............,..... Campbell, Kenton ..... ................... 8 4 Clark, Lyndall .,.... ................ 7 4, 128 Cotterman, George .......,...... ,..,.... Campbell, Regena .................... 66, 124 Clark, Richard ...., ...,......,........... 9 6 Cotterman, Harlan ......., 40, 118, Campbell Richard ....,...... ..,............ 9 2 Clark, Robert ...,... ............... 7 4 121, Campbell, Wayne .......... 127, 66, 126 Clay, Frank .....,,,.......,.............. 74, 111 Cotterman, lack .....,..................., Campbell, William ....,......,.,,............. 66 Clay, Robert .........................,............ 74 Cotterman, Thelma ........ 67, 115, Carey, Maude Elizabeth ........ 74, 116, Clem, Ruth ....,..... 40, 112, 118, 101, Cotton, Peggy .....,....,.,.......,,.,.,.... 128, 161 121, 128, 132 Cougill, Winona ...... ....... ...... Carlisle, Mary .......,.......................... 96 Cliitord, Robert ............................ 88, 90 Coulter, Bernard ...... ....., Carpenter, Betty Lou ...................... 84 Clutter, Leonard ....,......... 40, 100, 118, Courson, Marjorie ....,... ........., 6 7 Carpenter, Brice ................ ......... 7 4 101, 106, 109, 121 Courson, Raymond ......... ............. 8 8 Carson, Donald ................................ 92 Coakley, Bernard ............. .............. 7 5 Courtney, Glenna ...,........ ...... ......... 9 2 Carson, Ruth Ann .......................... 74 Cocanour, Lee ............ ........ 7 5 Courtriqht, Bonnie lean .,...... 120, 67, Cass, Donald .........................,.......,.. 74 Cocanour, Robert ........ .,...... 8 8 121 Cates, Geraldine ..,..... 39, 114, 66, 129 Cochenour, Hubert .......................... 40 Cox, Mr. Lester ............,..............,...... 95 Cates, Mildred .................................. B6 Cochran, Fred .......,.......................... 40 Cox, Mr. Stewart ...........,.. 30, 109, 121 Catt, Harold ................................... ,..74 hCochran, lean .......... 40, 100, 112, 114, Coyle, Grace .....,.... ,..,.......... 7 5, 116 Cavendish, George .... .,..... 7 4, 131 i 64, 101, 121, 132 Coyne, Iames ....,,,. ........... 6 7, 124 T129 Remember UNDER-GRAD Q V "A" x . 1 " fwben you're style scoutmg for Graduatzon If ou Want to do a bit of st le browsing f before ou dectde what ou Want - go A rlght ahead. All that We ask 1S that ou 6 f I I I I I remember UNDER-GRADS at Hermann s . . . youll flncl them hard to equal and ' , Vet? impossible to beat. N .f ,Z "iss: .::.. S22.50 2625.00 T "" - ,- ,1:.,,,- 'f' csgzgigf "iii .-:'Ef.2f?E,S -, t:115i?5Er: .4:2:t. '32 .-151' :1- .,,., 1 1 THE CLOTHIER. f ' 'The Store where Qualityand Service count' ,I ' 1 5 South Third Street .... One Hundred Seventy-One THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenience, the best approach to employment . . . Indispensable to success in business. You Will take increasing pride and joy with your Balfour Ring over the years C'la.v.v Rings and Pins C0111lll1.'l1f't"lHCllf I112'itaAf1'011,v Diplanzas - Pmavonal Cards Cllfki - Illvdals - T-ropldvs IEWELER TO THE SENIOR CLASS OP NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL L. G. Balfour Company Represented by R. L. Arrowood Box 335, Newark, Ohio One Hundred Seventy-Two Craig, William ..,..,,......, 103, 110, 67, 146 138, Cramer, Gertrude Jeanne. .....,...... Cramer, Jean Elizabeth ......,... 75, Cramer, John .,......,...,.,,.. 110, 67, Cramer, Vloletta .... ........ Crompton, Ross ...... ..... Crane, Betty ....... Crane, Maxine ........ Crawford, Clyde ......,,.,..... . . ,...... .. Crawmer, William ...,,....,.. Cree, James ..............,......... Crego, Virginia ........ 75, 116 Crilly, Miss Bertha L ......... Crist, Patricia .........,............ Crossland, Mr. Logan ........ Crothers, Clarence .,.......... 161. ......23, ....l.......1l0 Crouch, Howard ........,........... 110, Crouse, Donald .....,.......................... 84 Crouse, Marvin .............. 41, 109, Crow, Gordon .......... 41, 101, 109, Crowley, Patricia ..,.....,.,.., Crowley, Robert ..........,....... Cullison, Cullison, Jacques . ...... ...... . . Paul .....,...,..,....... Culver, Cora Jean ................ Cunningham, Bette ........ 41, Curry, James .,........ 110, 67, Curts, Audrey .,............ 67, Curts, John ..............,........... D'Amica, Lucille .....,.,...... Danese, Louise .....,,....., Danforth, Donna Jean ...... Daniels, Darling, Dames, Dames, ..4l, 114, 119. 115, Ralph ,,..,,..,...,.....,.,.., 41, Eileen .,.,,....., .,.,, Karl ............,, .....,. Kenneth ........ , .... 75, Dames, Maxine ...,.. ..,..,.92 Davenport, Billie .............................. 96 Davidson, Mr. Blaine .........,,.,,...... 135 Davidson, Jean .....,........ 75, 116, 131 Davidson, Max .l........ 41, 100, 103, 101, 109, 138, 154 Davidson, Sara ..,.................,.,. 75, 116 Davis, Arthur ..,..,........,,.. 41 103, 138 Davis, Betty .......... 41, 123, 108, 131 Davis, Elizabeth .............. 75, 116, 126 Davis, Helen .................. 67, 115, 161 Davis, Lillian ....,. ................,,,.,.,.,.. 6 7 Davis, June ..... ........ 7 5, 116, 128 Davis, Ralph ..,.,1 .......... ........... 9 2 Davis, Sidney ......,,.,.,..,,.......,.. 67, 126 Davis, Suzanna ..............................., 92 Davis, Wayne .....,............................ 75 Day, Richard .....,.,.,.. 75, lll 103, 121 Dayton, Ernest ....................,.......,..... 92 Dayton, Julia ..,..,.....,,.,,.,,.......,.,.,...,. 92 De Board, Merle ..................,, 67, 128 Deck, Dorothy .......... 41, 114, 64, 101, 132 Deering, Augie ...........,.. ..96, 101 Deering, Dorothy ...... 42, 64, 101 Deering, John ....................., ,,,... 1 04, 67 Del Cecato, Peter .....,.., .....,.,.., 7 5 Del Monico, Gloria ..,,,.., 115, 67, 106, 129 De Mar, Jacqueline ...,..., Dennis, Freddie ...... Dennis, James ....... Dennison, James ........... Derringer, Robert .,,...,,.,,, 75, .,.,,..88 .......92 123. 131 Deutsch, Maryorie .............................. 84 Deweese, Mr. Walter ..... Dickerson, Mr. Edwynn. Di Blaslo, Julia .,,,......,,... .......3l .......75 Di Giando, Sammy ........ ............ Diller, Dale ...............,.. Diller, Roberta .,...,..... Disbenett, John ...... Dodd, Dorothea ........... Doerr, Mary Jane .....,.. Dollings, William ........ Dollison, Eleanor .... .,.......75, ....,.....75, Donavan, Betty .....................,...., Dornbirer, Mr. B. W Dorsey, Barbara .............. Dorsey, Genevieve ....... Dorsey, Marilyn Dowds, John .,..... Driscoll, Ann .................... Drumm, Charles ...... Drumm, Jean .... Drumm, June ,,.. .,.... Drumm, Juanita ....... Drumm, Juanita ....... Dry, Jean .................... Dudgeon, Edward ...... Duff, Juanita .,,.,....,. 75. 116. 42, 118, 128. ..........75, ....,..,,42, Duff, Ruth ............. ..,...,...,. 7 5, Dufiill, Hilda ................,,.,.,,.,.,, 42, Dugan, Richard ,.,,.,.......... 42, 118, Dugan, Peggy ................,..,....,. 88 Dumm, Lloyd Robert ...... 42, 109, Duncan, Carol ....,..,,...,............,,,.., Dunn, Joe ............. ....,................. Dunn, Richard ...... ....,,, 7 5, 106, Dunn, Robert ............ ............, 6 7, Dunwoody, Mary Dupler,-Mr. Homer Dustheimer, Elojean Dwiggans, Ruby ...... Dwiqqins, Roland .. ..,......42, QUALITY PRINTING Does Not Cost . . IT PAYS Phone 4056 The Advocate Printing Company Since 1820 One Hundred Seventy-Three O H cl d Sevvant If It's Ti-res You H'UlIf SEE... Congratulations! to Class ot 1941 W O L F E T110 Tire Man -Q- ROAD SERVICE BETTY GAY sHoP 29 North Third -5- 61 63 North Third Street You'1I F-ind It Pays to Shop At Betty Gays Phone 2740 Newark, Ohio GEORGE PFEFFER CLOTHIER 44 NORTH THIRD STREET - - NEWARK, OHIO y-Four Dyer, Eldeen .,............,,............ 42, 114 Eckert, Mr. Charles A ..,,............,.... 30 Ewald, Edward ....... .......A. 8 8, Ewing, Gene ........... ....... 1 10, Ford, Marjorie ..........., ,..,,..,....67, 125 Finney, William .. Ecleberry, Carl Frederick .....i.......... 42 Ecleberry, Eileen ............ 75, 116, 128 Ector, Catherine ................................ 75 Eddy, Frances ..... ,..42, 112, 114, 128 Eddy, Howard ...........,...,,.,.......v......, 96 Edwards, Georgia ....., ...............vA 3 3 Edwards, Martha ..,................... 88, 90 Edwards, Mr. Paul B ...,..........,.. 26, 27 Eiiinger, Charles .....,..,.. .,...., 7 5, 126 ' ,. ...,...,... 97 Elder, Louise ............ Ellington, Ella ......, ....,............ 6 7 Elliott, Albert ....,...,,.. .....,. 7 5, 125 Elliott, Annabell ....,, ....... 6 7, 115 Elliott, Earl ........... ..,. .1.....,. 6 7 Elliott, Maxine .................,,............... 84 Elmore, Mary ..............,..,.................. 67 Embrey, Ieanne ........ 42, 112, 114, 128 Embrey, lohn .......,.,,.,..............,........ 84 Emerson, Richard .,...........,.............. 43 England, lane .,......... ........ 6 7, 161 Fngle, Jack ............. 1..........., 8 4 Farley, Marjorie ....... Farrington, Robert Fears, Luther ....,..,..... Felty, Paul ....... Fields, Carl ...... Fields, Robert .,.... ,Qffffffisl"1'66fW 131, 153, Fields, Ruth ..... ........ 1 05, 67. Filkosky, Fay .......... ....................... 9 2 Fink, Gretcher ....,....,. ......,...,........ 9 2 Finkbone, Marilyn Finney, Harriet ....,....... Fisher Edwin .... Fisher, Evelyn .....,. Fisher, Miss Irma ....... Fisher, Maxine ..... Fisher, F itzell, Virginia ...... Martha ............... ..........75, 106, '.53f"iii .43, 118, 161 .......67 .....67 111 Forgrave, Iames ..............,...,,.......... 88 Forster, Iris .......,,........... 43, 112, 114 Fouts, Richard ..... .........,......,........ 6 7 Frazier, Charles ...............,..,,.......... 43 Frazier, Rebecca .........,.......,.. 43, 114 Fraley, Mae Caroline ..................,. 75 Francis, Betty .................. 100, 113, 67, 121, 124 Francis, lames ...,,.,. 110, 67, 121, 124 Francis, Ioe ,,......... ......... . ..,,...,...... 9 2 Francis Mary Iane .,.. .,,............ 9 2 Francis Thelma ........,.. ..... 8 8, 90 Franga, Lazarus ..,.............. . ..,,..,.. 75 Franga, Rose ........,.........,..,.. . ..1..... 67 Frankenberry. Richard ...... ....... . ..75 English, Iean ..... English, Virgil ....,...,. Epplelein, Robert ...... Ervin, Eva Mae ......., Eshelman, Dale ...,.. .......43. 125 B4 .......... 1 Flannigan, Elisazeth ........ 43, 112, 118. 114, 64, 101, 102 Flannigan, Iames .........,......,... 75, 131 Flannigan, Shirley ........ 67, 115, 161, 162 Frazier, Rebecca .......,. . 43 Fredritz, Geraldine ........ 75, 122, 127, 126 Freeman, Blanche Freeman, Emily French, Howard ..,.....43 Frenier, Marian .............. ............,.,... 9 6 Frey, Betty ......... ..75, 116, 126 Frey, lean .....,...... ................ 6 7, 115 Friend, Ben ,..,,...,.,... ......,,.... 4 4, 109 F rizzell, Dorothy Frizzell, Eugene Essig, Donna Iean ........ ...1.... 1 13, 67 Fleming, Charles .....,...... ...,,..,.... 6 7 Fry, Margaret ..........r..... 44, 114, 102, Esworthy, Betty ,....... ............. 8 4 Fleming, Miss Edith ..,.... ......... 9 0 121, 128 Esworthy, Lee .......... ...,......... 7 5 Fletcher, Iacqueline ........................ B8 Fry, Virginia ........,.. ............ 7 6, 128 Evans, Barbara .....,.........,..,... 75, 116 Fletcher, Iames ................................ 67 Frye, Dorothy ........................ 67, 128 Evans, Mrs. Andrew ..............,.....,. 32 Floolc, lack .............. 75, 127, 111, 126 Fulke, Mary Ann ,......,...... 76, 116, 128 Evans, Betty ................,... 67, 115, 125 Fogle, Betty ................,,.........,.......... 67 Fulton, Mary ...,........ ............ 7 6, 126 Evans Florence ...... ......,. . .43, 114, 64, Fogle, Eugene ,................................. 96 Fulton, Pauline .............,.......... 44, 161 102, 125 Foos, Robert ..............,........,.,.,....,,.. 88 Galbraith, Dale .....,......,.,, 76, 127, 111, Evans Robert ........ ............... 4 3, 124 Forbes, Ann Linda ,....,.. 67, 128, 129 123,126 Evans, Thomas .,.............. 43, 118, 109 Forbes, Athena ......,......,., 75, 116, 128 Galbraith, Robert .........,.,.,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,, 88 CLASS OF 1941 The im-portant thing in life is not 'whether you 'win or lose, but how you play the game. CONGRATULATIONS DAVIS CO. One Hundred Seventy-Five Gallagher, Charles ...,...................... 76 Gorsuch, William .,.,, .....,... 8 4 Hanaiord, Shirley ...... Garapedian, Leo .......... 76, 120, 121, Gough, Goldena ..,..., ....,..., 8 4 Hand, Margaret .......... 131, 132 Gooclyew ...,........... .,....... 9 2 Hand, Patricia ............................. Garapedian, Sadie .....,.. 128, 44, 118, Gould, Ioe .....,.....,..... ............ 9 2 Hankinson, Elizabeth ............... 101, 102, 106, 121, 126 Gould, Mary Ellen ..... .,....,.....,, I-1 anley, Franklin .....,.........,.... 45, GGFGG. George .--,-.-.,,.-..--,......--.------ 67 Graham, Wallace ...,.. .,...,.., 8 8, 90 Hanshue, Mr. Luther ,,,.,. 31, 138, Gard, Mary lean ............ 67, 115, 129 Graves, Sam ....... ............. 9 6 Hardin, Bonnie ........................... Garner, Robert .,......., .................... 9 2 Gray, Richard .................... ............ 6 8 Hardman, Alice ........ 45, 114, 131 Gartner, Harold ...... ................. 6 7 Greeley, Frances , .....,............. 68, 102 Hare, Basil ................................ 45 Gaumer, Roger ........,.. .,....... 8 8. 90 Green, Sherman ..........,,., 44, 103, 138 Hare, Bernard ....... .............. Gaydos, Geraldine ......... ............, 6 7 Greenlee, Mary ....,, .,,,................... 6 8 Hare, Virginia ...,. ......... 6 8, Geidenberger, Donald ........,........... 96 Grieser, Daniel ....... ............ 8 8, 90 1-larger, Betty ..... .......... Geller, Mr. Sam .....,........,...,... 32. 127 Grigsby, Walter .,..,.. ..,.......... 9 3 Harris, Betty ........,.,. ...76, Gentile, Franklin ................ 76, 126 Grove, Betty ....,...... ......... 6 8 Harris, Carolyn .......... ..... . Gentile, Grace .................................. 67 Groves, lane ............. .,,,......... 6 8 Harris, Mrs. Charles ................... George, Raymond .................. 110, 67 Gualtieri, Esther ....,.. ................ 8 4 Harris, Gale .........,...... ......... 7 6, Gerber, Iames .......... 110, 67, 119, 121 Gulick, Iohn ...,....... ......... 8 8, 90 Harris, Iennie ......... ........ 6 8, GGHGC11. Murqaret -.-f-,---- 128. 44. 100. Guthrie, Albert ..... ,....,.... . ..88 Harris, Nora Lee ...... ....... . .. 104, 112, 64, 101, 102 Gutridge, Harry ....... ......... 9 6 Harris, Patricia ..........,..............,.. Gibbony, leanne . ..............,.... 44, 112 Gutridge, Paul ............... ............. 9 6 Harris Paul ................................ . Giblin, Pat ............. ........1......,,..... 1 09 Gutridge, Virginia ...... ...,............ 8 4 Harris, Ruth ....,......... 76, 116, 126 Gibson, Harold ..... ....... 1 03, 88, 68 Haas, Marguerite ...... ....... 7 6, 128 Harris, William .......................... Gibson, Helen ......, ......,.,............... 1 38 Haas, Walter .,.,...,. ............. 4 4 Hart, Clair .................................... Gibson, Thomas .,...,.......... 44, 68, 109 Haier, Charles ....,,.,..........,.......... 0.68 Harter, Marjorie ....,.. Gilbert, lack .........,............ 68, 106, 131 Hair, Donald .............,......,...,... 68, 146 Harter, Russel ..... ....... ....... Glass, Marjorie ........................ 68, 162 Haley, Kathaleen Mary 76, 126, 131 Hatter, Wanita ............,............... Glover, Iames ................., 44, 103, 154 Haley, Wilma lean 45, 128, 160, 162 Hartman, Bonnie .......... 68, 129, Glover, Willis ...,.,. .,............ 4 4, 154 Hall Bennett ,...........,.......,....,.....,..,. 92 Hartshorn, Donald ...................... Goldsmith, Iohn ....,........................... 84 Hall Betty ...............,.....,.................. 76 Harvey, Robert ........................ 45, Good, Marjorie ...,.........,.................. 76 Hall Donivan ..... ..1.... 4 5, 118, 102, Hathaway, Mary Lee ,......,.. 120. Goode, Mary .,.......... 68, 115, 125, 161 106, 126 115, Goodin, Dorothy .............. 44, 114, 64, Hall lean .,,.,,.........,....,,,..,,,.,,,.,,,..,... 96 Hathaway, William ..................,.. 107, 108, 128, 161, 162 Hall Lou Ieanne ..,,,.....,,...,.... 88 90 Hawke, Miss Mildred G ......... 30, Goodin, Raymond .......,,,..,.,,,.......,... 68 1-lall Thelma .................. 45, 123, 116 Hawkins, Robert ...,...................... Goodrich, Iames .....,.........,..,........... 84 Hall William .............. 100, 103, 110, Hay, Frederick Thomas ............ Goodwin, Lewis .......,...... 76, 111, 131 120, 68, 107, 154 Hay, Janice .......... 120, 116, 107, Gordon, Oscar ....... ,,..,....,.,,.....,.,,,, 7 6 Hallisy, Robert . ,,.............,......, 76, 125 Haycock, Russel .....................,..... . Gorman, Carole ...... ...,...,,, 6 8 Haluczik, Iohn .................................. 76 Hayes, Io Ann .....,........................ CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1941 THE We Hope You All Continue on to Greater Things! ATH-A-NOR GAS OIL COAL The May-Fiebeger Company South 21st Street Phone 6069 EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO WARM AIR HEATING AIR CONDITIONING STOKERS INSULATION COOLING One Hundred Seventy-Six Haynes, Dale .,.....A.. 76, 111, Hina, Betty ......,..... ..,,............,..... 7 6 Homman ..........................,... ........... 8 8 l-linger, Charles ..,.,,........................ 92 Honenberger, Betty ...................,.... 88 Haynes, Freda ....,...........,.......,..... Hinger, George .v.............................. 68 Honenberger, William .......,.......... 76 Haynes, William .,........ 127, Hinger, Iuanita ................ 76, 116, 160, Hook, Betty ...,.... 1.46, 112, 118, 114, 161, 162 64, 101 128 Haynes, Ruby ...,..., . Hinger, Robert ...... .,...,..,...... 6 8 Hook, Henry ................ 100, 110, 120, Haynes, Tommy .....,........,.......,... Hinger, Willard ....,. ..,,...,.........,, 6 8 , 68 119 124 Hays, William ..,....,...,.,,..,,..,.... 76, 126 Hinton, Betty ........,.... ......... 6 S, 125 Hopkins, Grace ................................ 46 Hazen, Betty ........,...1....................... 96 Hitchcock, Robert ...... ,.......... .... 9 6 Horchler, Margaret .......... 46, 112, 114 Hazlett, Iohn .... 110, 104, 68. 102, 124 Hitchcock, Stanley ....,,. ..,,,.....,. 7 6 Horst, Gus ...........................,......,,.... 96 Heald, Richard ,,.,....,..,,.,.,.,,.,.,.,...... 97 Hobbs, Harold ..........,. .,..........,...... 8 8 Horst, Oscar .......... 68, 102, 119, 124 Heald, Robert ....1......,.,. ,...,,..........,., 7 6 Hobbs, Ioseph ........ ...................... 6 8 Horwitz, Elaine ...,.... 46, 104, 112, 118, Heatwole, Owen .,...............,.... 45, 109 Hobbs, Margaret ....,.,....... 68, 115, 129 64, 101, 102, 121, 128 Heckelman, Mr. E. H .,....,...,..,,,..,,... 83 Hodge, Lois ..,..,.....,........ 76, 116, 107, Hosick, Miss Laura E ................. 31, 64 Heckelman, William ....... ......... 8 8 131, 162 Hoskinson, Donald ....,...,, 46, 127, 101, Heckman, Martha .,...... ......... 8 B Hoffer, Charlotte ....,..,,.,.,.,,,,.,,......... 76 119, 124, 126 Heinz, Mr. Phillip ........ ....... l 35 Hoffer, Iean .......... ......,....,... 7 6 Hoskinson, Reva .,.... 76, 120, 116, 107 Helphrey, Gerald .,... Hoffman, Clifford ....,............... 68, 119 Hottinger, Richard ..,.................,..... 76 Henry, Pauline ..... Hoffman, Frederick ............,......,. Q .,,.. 7 6 Houdeshell, Florence ...................... 68 Henry, Millard ..... Hoque, William ...,,..,,,,.., 76, 127, 111, 1-Ioudeshell, Lona ..,...........,........,.... 92 Henry, Iohn .....,.. 126, 131 Houpt, Hughey Iester .,.... 46, 14'6 158 Henry, Olen ............ ......... H ohl, Martha ...... ,,,...,..,..... 8 8, 90 Howard, Mary Alice ........ 76, 116, 107 Henzy, Dorothy ....,..............,.,.... Holcombe, lean ................ 46, 118, 64, Howes, Doris .......... 46, 123, 114, 121, Henzy, lulie .......... 104, 113, 101, 126, 128 128, 132, 162 Holcombe, George ....,..,.. 46, 127, 64, Howes, Janice .................. 76, 116 128 Hess, August ................ 100, 101, 126 Hoy, Barbara ...,.. ..,..,................... 6 8 Hess, Donald .........,...,..,...... Holland, Norma .............. 46, 160, 161 Hoy, Frederick ...... ...l................. 7 6 Hiatt, George ............,..,.......,. Holler, Walter ........ ................. 6 8, 119 Hoy, Marshall ...... .. Hickey, Helen .......... 45, 112, Hollister, Iune ........ ...........,. 7 6, 128 Huber, Charles ....... ....... 7 6 1-lideg, Betty ..,,..,...........,. 76 Holmes, Iames ..........,...,,................ 88 Huber, Evelyn .... ....... 7 6 Higginbotham, Patricia .......... 88 Holman, Clarence ............,.,........... 92 Huff, Edgar ................. ....... 7 6 Higgins, Iames ..................... Holman, Clarence Theodore .,......,, 76 Huffman, Billy .............. ,.,......,. 8 4 Higgins, luanita Irene ,..... 45, Holman, Hattie ................................ 96 Huffman, George .......,,..,..........,,..,.,. 96 Hightshoe, Erma ......................., Holmok, Edward ............,. 76, lll, 153 Huffman, Mrs. Mary L ...,,.,.,,.,.,....... 31 Hill, Mrs. Evelyn ,......,...,..... Holton, Bonnie Catherine ...,..,. 46, 114, Huffman, Norma .,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, 76, 117 Hill, Robert ......,.,...... 125 Huffman, Paul ............ ,...,.,. 7 6, 126 Hill, Mildred ................ ..... H olton. Frances Lucille ........ ........ 4 6 Huffman, William ....... ..,........ 4 7 Hills, Miss Blanche .............. 32, Holton, John .,,,,.,,,,.,,,,..,,,, ...,,,,, 6 8 Hughes, Ethel ,,,,,.,.,, ,.,,,., 7 6 X43 WX X MM wt' W1 tree, X is rt N Q - "fl N. .-1 .U -. - 1- - 3-0: 5 , - -vzgf. .-45 my-Ettaw' : 'x-q yet.-w,. X - "5 Y -. . X 11: .::s.p.gq:-1 - . it af r-at -1 f af 11 ' g '- X - . 1 , X v Pit Q :L '- ., . -X lx xx frfx .- ,.,.t-l , ,X Q, -. g., . x. N.: ABBOTT'S SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY FITTED BY X-RAY 3 South Park Place Newark, Ohio A FRIENDLY STORE IN A FRIENDLY CITY Compliments of the K. S I Ing BURKE GOLF AT NENVARK COMPANY One Hundred Seventy-Seven Hughes Jean ............. ...84 Jaynes, Clarence .......,.... 77, 131, 156 Jones, Dr. Roland W ....,... ....,... . .. Hughes, Kenneth ...,. ...76 Jetiers, Mary Lou .................... 77, 120 Jones, Wanda ....,.................,..... Hughes, Marjorie ....,..........,....... ...84 Jeffers, Harry ........,............ ............. 7 7 Jones, William Clifford .......... 48, Hughes, Robert Ellis ................. .,.76 Jeffers, Virginia .............. 47, 100, 112, 101, 109, 121, Hughes, Robert William 76, 153 64, 101 Jones. Mr. Wendell ............,.,. 32, 1-lull, Bernice ...................... 47 162 Jeffreys, Betty ................,...,............. 96 Joyner, Kenneth .....,.......,...... 48, Hull, Charlotte ............ 73, 76, 162 Jeffreys, Mary ........................ 47, 123 Juniper, Gerald ........ ....,,,,,,,.,.,,., l-lull, Mary ........ 120, 113, 68, 124 Jenkins, Robert 77, lll, 120, 107, 121 Jury, Iennette ........ .....,....,...,....., Humbert, Mary Jo .................... 76 116 John, Helen ............., 68, 160, 161, 162 Jury, Townsend ......,....... 103 110, Humphrey, James ....................... ...97 Johns, Eleanor .............. I ..,.....,.......... 68 138, Humphrey, William ..................... ...76 Johns, Marjorie .............................. 77 Kaiser, Thelma ...... .......,..,..,. . ,. Hunt, Rosalie ......,........,......,..... 76, 128 Johnson, Betty Eileen .............. 77, 116 Kane, William ,.., .,,,..,.... Hunter, Mr. George ....,.............. .135 Johnson, Geraldine ...... ......,........ 9 6 Kappes, Jean ......... ........... Hunter, Lawrence .......... 47, 103, 101, Johnson, Jeanne ............... ........... 4 7 Keaser, Charles ...,.,. ........ 6 8, 109, 121, 132 138 Johnson, Margaret .......................... 47 Keaser, Paul .........,.. ..,........... Hunter, Ralph ....,.......,....r........... ...92 Johnson, Melvin .............. 77, 111, 106 Keck, Molly ......,..,,,,...,,,.,..,,,,.,,., Hupp, Betty .....,........................... ...92 Johnson, Marjorie ............................ 77 Keckley, Beryl Ann .......,......,., ,89 Hupp, Edward Franklin ............. ...47 Johnson, Raymond ................,......... 77 Keim, Barbara ..,............... 48, 108, Hupp, Mary ...,,..................,.. ......,.. 7 6 Johnson, Raymond ..........,.....,......... 92 Keim, Lois ,.,,.....,.,,,..,,,.,,, , ,,,.,.,.,..,. Hurst, Neil .....,.................. ......... 6 8 Jones. Betty Ann ........ ......... 7 7, 106 Keim, Mary Ellen ,,..,....,.,..,,,,..,.. Hutson, Richard .....,........................,. 88 Jones, Dan .........,...,. ............... 7 7 Keller, Edward ...,,..,,.......,.,.,,.,,,,., lde, Margaret .................,........... ...68 Jones, Charles ...,., .............., 9 6 Keller, Betty ...,........ 68, 126, 128, Iden, Betty ........,... 47, 105, 112, 118, Jones, Darrell ..... .,,..... 7 7, 111 Keller, Dale ..... . ........................... .. 64, 101, 102, 128, 162 Jones, Eileen .,... .........,........ 6 8 Keller, Mr. Walter ............,............ Iden, Cary ...............,........,......,... ...76 Jones, Ellen ...... ........ 7 7, 128 Kelley, Eva Jeannette ...... 48, 122, Idle, Betty .....,.................... 77, 117 131 Jones, Elsie ........ .,............. 9 2 126, ldle, Otis ................. .............. 7 7 131 JOHSS, Evelyn ..... ............ 4 7. 123 Kelley, Raymond ....,......,.,...... 68, Iler, Betty ......,.......... .......... 7 7. 128 IOHSS, Herbert ........,..................,...... 58 Kemnitzer, Kathryn 48, 112, 114, Imhoft. Mr. Edwin ..................... .135 Jones. Joe Carroll .....,.... 48, 106. 121 Kemp, Jean ........................ 48, 108, Ingold, Robert ........................ 47, 109 IOIIGS. Juanita .................................. 48 Kemp, Juanita ,..,,,..,.,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,, 77, Irish, Patrick ..........,. 77, lll, 120 126 Jones, Marilyn ........,.................., 88, 90 Kemp, Leah Mae ............ 48, 123, Irwin, Alice .................................,..1. 77 Jones, Martha Louise .............. 77, 116 125, 128, Jackson, Paul ............................... ...84 Jones, Martha Rose ..............,..... N96 Kendrick, Vivian ,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,, Jacobs, Richard ..............,.......... ...92 Jones Myrta .................. ,.......... 8 8 Kennedy, William ..,, 77, 111 120, James, Ruth Ann .......... 47, 112, 114, Jones, Phyllis ................., ........ 8 4 Kennington, Eileen ,,,,,,,.,,,,...,,,.,,,,,, 107 131 Jones, Robert ................,.... ........ 9 6 Keyes, Franklin .,i,i,,,,.,,., 110 89, Jamison, Robert ...l.......... 77, 111, 131 Jones, Robert Howard ....... ,..,..., 6 8 124, Jauchius, Bertella ,....... .... 6 8, 115, 129 Jones, Robert Richard ,...... ........ 7 7 Keyes, Lowell ..,,.....i ,,,,,,,,.,,, 4 8, One Hundred Seventy-Eight Compliments of A FRIEND Keys, Tommy ....,.. Kibler, Thelma ...... Kidd, Rosemary ..,. Kidner, Margaret ...... ........84 ........84 , ....... B4 .......,92 Kime, Betty .......,.,. ..............,..., 8 4 King, Louise .v...,. .....,..,.......,..... 9 6 King, Martha ......,,.........,,.,..... 77, 117 Kinney, Vernetta .............. 77, 116, 128 Kinser, Thelma ........., 77, 127, 116, 131 Kirk, Anna Mae .,...,,,,,,...,............... 96 Kirk, Isabella .,..,... ...,.... 4 9 Kirk, Iack .......................,,,. ..,.,... 9 2 Kirk, Norma lean ...,,,.......... .,...... 8 4 Kirk, Richard .................................... 96 Kirkpatrick, Mr. lames S Kisamore, Velma .,.... 49, 118, 64, 101 Kistler, Norma .... .......,,,.,..,. 7 7, 126 Kistler, Ruth ,,,.,.... , ,....... ..1.. , ,.69, 125 Kitchen, Ted ..............,....... 77, 131, 138 Klapp, Mr. C. W ...,......,.,..,......,.......,.. 24 Koehler, Leah .................. 49, 112, 101, 128 102, 119, Koerner, Iohn ...,...,..,......,.. 77 111, 131 Koman, Betty .......... 49, 114, 121, 128 Kramer, Avonne ...,.. 49, 112 114, 101 Kramer, Iacqueline ...,.,.......,....., 89, 90 Kramer, Anne .....,.................... 77, 116 Kreager, Mary Ellen ,.,..... 77, 116, 162 Kreaqer, Richard ............,...,...,,,,,... 89 Kreager, Russell .................... 77, 131 Kreitler, Jean .......... 77, 116, 126, 131 Kreitler, lane .................... 77 116, 131 Kuhn, Charlotte ................,,...,..., 89, 90 Kuppinqer, Carolyn ......,..,,.. Kurtzhalz, Mary Lou .......... Kvintus, Elizabeth 49, 123, Kvintus, Elsie . ,....,.,.....,,...... Kvintus, Frank ,.......,...,,...... .....1l4, 69 125, 131 Lahley, Naomi ....... ........ 6 9 77 Lake, Iulian ....,.... ......., Lake, Don .,......... ........ 7 7 Lake, Herman ...,., .,,..... 7 7 Lake, Lawrence .... ........,... 9 E go Lallathin .................................,.....,.... .. Lambert, Pauline .........,.......... 77, 116 Lammers, Louis ................ 49, 119, 131 Lammers, Ruth ........ 77, 116, 128, 131 Landis, Carl ........,,,...,.................,... 69 Lane, Lucille ...... 77, 116, 106, 125, 161 Lane, Oran ....,........................... 49, 125 Lang, lean ...,...,,,.,.,,,......,..,.............. 92 Lange, Richard ..,,............ 127, 68, 126 Lavery ......,......................................... 89 Lavin, Miss Helen .......,......,........... 30 Lawrence, Harriet ..,. 77, 117, 128, 131 Lawrence, Robert ....,,..,.,..,...,.... 68, 131 ARCADE Saturday at 11 p. In. Thru Tuesday "SANTA FE TRAIL" with ERROL FLYNN OLIVIA DE HAVILAND A VACATION-AT HOME turns out to be very nice! DANCING To Name Bands at CRYSTAL DANCETERIA SWIM IN CRYSTAL POOL 1-Iave Fun onthe MIDWAY BUCIQEYE LAKEIGIPARK One Hundred Seventy-Nine Lawrence, Selma .... 77, 122, 127, Lawrence, Wtlda ...,...................... Lawson, Leona ................ 49, 64, Layman, Ruth ..,.....A......... 49, 107, Layman, William .........,....,.......,....,.. 77 Layton, Martha ....,,..................,......, 49 Lea, Lorenzo ............ 77 100, 120, 126 Leasure, Robert ......,.....,.........,........... Lecky, Bob ..........,....,...................... Lecky, Richard . ..... . Livingston, Ralph . ..... .. ............50, Loar, Paul ................... Logan, Charles ........... i'i't1'."'1'61'f" 121, 128, Imllfffief Lomas, Valois ........ 50, Long, Mr. A. B .......... Loos, Kathryn ............. Lorr, Mr. John S. .... . Loughman, Carl .....,... Loughman, Floyd ....... 138 ...96 ..,96 115, 132 ,..32 131 . .30 McElroy, Marjorie ..... McElroy, Wally ............... McFarland, Robert ................. McGauqhy, Martha ,.........,. . .,.,. 78, Mcllyar, Dorothy .......,. 117 Mcllyar, Robert ...............,......,....... 89 McKinnon, Hazel ,........... 78, 117, McKnight, Charles ...................,... McKnight, Grover McLaughlin, Betty 107 .....7E 128 Lee, Millard ,.,..,,,,, .,,.... L ove, Shirley ..,....,.......,,. 77, 117, 106, McMullen, Jean ....... .,.,...,........ 6 9 Lee, William ,,,, ,.,1,,, 1 07, 128 McMurray, Lola ....... ............,... 8 9 Leedy, Joanne .....,.......,.......,........., Lovell, Shirley ............... .............. 7 7 MCMUIIIY, John ......... .......... 6 9, 109 Lees, Robert ...........,....,........,,......... Luby, Barbara Ann .,.,... .......... 9 2 MCQueen, Betty ..t.........................., 85 LeFever, James ,.,,.............,.......... Lucas, Clyde ..,............. .......... 7 7 MCVGY, Frances .................,.. 78, 117 Le Hew, Helen ......., 69, 115, 106, Lugenbeal, William ........................ 97 MaCD0nQeh. Miss There ................ 91 Lehman, Martha .... 122, 104, 113 Luzio, John .........,....,,..........1..,........ 50 1V1CICDOI1C11d. 16141 Ruth ............ 123, 107 Lehman, Virgil ......................,....,.... 50 Lynch, Lewis ...........,,,,,.... 78, 106, 131 MClCDOf1CI1d. Pearl Mary .,...... 123. 89 Lescalleet, Carl ........,................... Lynch, William ,...,..,...,,................. 69 MacPherson. Thomas ...... 51, 118, 131 Lescody, Betty ................ 69, 115, McAfee, Billie ......................,,...,...,.. 78 Mackenzie, Mary ............................ 90 Leslie, Hazel ................................ McCartney, Charles ................ 78, lll MUCkeY. Elizabeth L....... 51, 112, 118, Leslie, Raymond Orvdl .,........ 156, McClain, Lillian .,........................ ...78 114, 84, 101, 121, 126 Levingston, Beatrice ..............,... 69, McCloskey, Bettie .......... 50, 104, 1l,2, Mflddex. I-Ona MUG -----...-.--..,.-......... 73 Levinqston, Betty .......... .......... 1 18, 101, 102, 128 Maddux. Evelyn .............................. 89 Lewis, Jack ................ ......... 6 9, McCoy, Hugh ...,............................,,.. 50 MGhGH. 101111 ............. .......... 5 1, 131 Lewis, Lester ........... .... M cCracken, Bonnie Jean ,....... 50, 114, Mdhflrq, D011 ............. ................... 9 2 Lewis, Josephine ..... .............. 1 06, 121 Maharq, Helen .................................. 78 Lieber, Betty ......... ......... 7 7, McCreary, James ............................ 5C Meidel, Betty --..--... ,.......................... 8 9 Lieber, Rita ............ .........,.... M cCreary, Miss Pauline ...............1 31 MNST. Vi1'f!1l'1iU -------- 51. 112. 114, 54. Lieser, Edward ....... McCualsky, Don .......,...... 78, lll, 153 101. 115 Liqhtle, Marjorie ..... McCullough, Dorothy .,.................... 92 Mein. HC11'O1C1 ...,................................ 89 Liqhtle, Robert ....,. McDaniel, Jane ..,..,...,..., 50, 112, 118, Malloy, Eugene ................................ 78 Linn, David ...... 114, 101, 121, 128 Malone, Vaughn ....,,.... 51, 103, 156, Linton, Mary ........ ............., M cDaniel, Elizabeth ........ 78, 161, 162 146, 158 Litten, Carol ...... ................... M cDaniel, Virginia ........ 51, 107, 161, Maniacs, Anthony .....,.............. 51, 146 Litten, Daniel ..,.,,... ,,,.,,,, 5 0, 162, 160 Maniace, Eleanora .....,.......... 78, 160 Littleton, Ross ........... .,....,..,....,.... M cD0nald, Robert ,,,, 51, 100, 104, 109 Marietta, Robert ....... ...,............ 8 9 Littleton, William ...,... Mclilfresh, Frederick .,.......,.............. 89 MCIrk11CIl'Il. Charles -..---- -........ 8 9 Contplzments Congratulations to Of the graduating class .1,of.'-41 I-Ig ART Your 5 Jeweler 18 North Park Place - Newark, Ohio One Hundred Eighty AIRESMAN 'S ELECTRIC CO. 56 West Main Street Newark, Ohio. , Congratulattioits to Class 141 BORDEN 'S ' Dairy and Ice Cream Co. Corner Walnut and Third 4054 - PHONES - 4055 MC1rr10tt, Dorothy ......................... Miller, Iames ..., .......,. 7 8, 138 Moore, Iohn ............ .,...... 6 9 MClrS11C111, Arm ........ 104, 113, 69, Miller, Iohn ......,....,,. ................ 8 9 Moore, Josephine .,...... .................. 9 2 Martin, lean ....v,........................... Miller, Kenneth ...... ............ 6 9 Moore, Robert . .,................,............., 97 Martin, Martha .....................,.....,. Miller, Leon ........ ..............,.... 9 2 Moore, Willis Eugene ...... 69, 121, 132 Martin, Mary ................................ Miller, Lorraine ...., ....................... 8 5 Moorman, Marydell ................ 69, 162 Martin, Richard ........................... Miller, Paul ......,...........,.,, 78, 120, 121 Moran, Doris ......,.... ...................... 9 3 Martin, Susan ......,.., 105, 114, 69, Miller, Pauline ,,.,. .'.............. ........ 8 5 Moran, Maxine ..........,............. 78, 117 160, 161, Miller, Richard .,.... ................... 8 9 Morgan, Paul .....,.......,...................... 53 Martin, Virginia ............ ,.,...,....r.. . Miller, Richard ...... 1 ............. 69 Morrison, Iessica ...,..,.,, 53, 112, 118, Martin, Wilbur .... ......,........... M iller, William ......... ................ 8 5 101, 102, 121, 128 Mason, Charles ...... ......,....... M illigan, Robert .,.,.,.,............ 103, 154 Morriss, Alma .,..,,..............,.,... 69, 128 Mason, Mary .............. ,............... ..... 9 3 Millisor, Mr, Lloyd G ......................... 31 Morriss, Mary .,..,............................. 93 Massalas, Helen .......,...... 113, 69, 121 Ivfills, Aileen ...,.. 52, 108, 160, 161, 162 Morrow, Mildred .,............ 53, 112, 64, Masters, Kenneth ..........,.. ,.,,.......,... 8 9 Mills, Don ...,.,..,.,,...,,..................,.... 78 102, 108 Matis, Elizabeth ..,..,...,..., 52, 114,' Mills, Robert .... 52, 104, 118, 109, 124 Morrow, Walter .,,,...,.,. .......,.. 6 9, 125 160, Miner, Carl ...............,.............. 52, 131 Mossman, Frederick ..........,..... 53, 106 Mattern, Ellsworth .... ,............... 5 2, Minor, Constance Geraldine 104, 69 Mossman, Gloria ,....... ...,..,........ 8 5 Matticks, Barbara. ,.,,..,,. 52, 112, Mitchell, Iames ...,..,....................... 85 Mount, Richard ............................,,.. 96 102 Mitchell, Alice .....,.....................,...... 69 Mulquin, Franklin ...................... 78, 120 Matticks, Nancy ........................... Mitchell, Mildred .... ,.69, 115, 128, 129, Mulson, Edna Mae .................,.......... 78 Meacham, Richard ..... ,............. 1 31, 161, 162 Munkachy, Elmer ,......... 100, 110, 146 Meacham, Ruth ......... ......,. 7 8, Mitchell, Wilbur ...,........ 110, 120, 69, Munkachy, Francis ........,........... 53, 69 Meckley, Robert ..,,.. ..................... 9 2 121, 132 Murphy, Robert ...,...................,...... S9 Melick, Mildred .............,.,,..... 52, 131 Mix, Frances ......,.,......... 78, 117, 160 Myer, Charlotte ,...,. 53, 105, 112, 118. Mercer, Elizabeth ..,....... 52, 100, Mitrea, Virginia ........,..................... 97 114, 64, 101, 102, 128 114, 101, 121 Mix, Iohn .,............. .......... 1 18, 69 Myer, Florence ................ 115, 69, 121 Mercer, Elmer .,................,............ Mogler, Robert .................................. 69 Myer, Miss Florence, ..... 32, 129, 161, Mercer, Richard ,,.,...........,...... ........ 8 9 Molnar, Gabriel ................,....r,......... 69 ' 162 Messick, Paul .......................... 79, 153 Montanero, Ralph .... 103, 69, 131, 138 Myer, Iune .............. 78, 100, 117, 131 Mike, Katherine ........................... Montgomery, Charles ...................... 92 Myers, Duane 53, 103, 109, 124, 154 Mike, Margaret ........ 52, 122, 114, Moody, Howard ..............,....... 69, 126 Myers, Edythe ,.,....... 115, 69, 121, 132 Miller, Betty ........................ ......... M oore, Betty ...,..,....,..............., 52, 107 Myers, Irma ...................... 78, 106, 162 Miller, Billy ,,,,..... .................,.......... M oore, Eleanor ....,.,. 113, 69, 121, 120 Myers, Margaret ...... 113, 69, 130, 162 Miller, Frances .... ................. M oore, Evelyn ...............,......,. 78, 117 Nedelcoii, Edward .......................... 7 8 Miller, Howard ..... ......., 1 10, Moore, Louise .......................,,,,.,..... 52 Negele, lean .,..,............................... 8 9 Miller, Howard ........ .............. M oore, Iames Franklin ........,.........., 78 Negele, Roy ................................,... 89 Miller, Ruth .................,, ,. ...,....,. Moore, Iames Thomas ....... ,........ 5 2 Nehls, Ioanna ..,..... 113, 69, 121, 124, Miller, Mr. I. Hobart .....,. .......... M oore, lane .................... ......... 5 3 128, 132 FURNITURE RUGS TH STOVES 'SAM ALBANFU, SOLE AGENTS FOR HANNA'S GREEN :SEAL 57-59 West Main Street 'A For Qualify Dry Clmning and Pressing Service CALL 2710 PAINT booed, CALLANDEB CLEANING CO. Fourth and Church Elliott Hardware Co. 16 West Main Street One Hundred Eighty-One Neibarger, Audrey ..,.......,....... 69, 162 O'Brien, Paul ...,..............................., 97 Penick, Norma lean ,...,,,.,4 54, 64, Neighbarger, Cliiford ....,. 78, 123, 126, D'Brien, Paul Stevens .... 1 , 70, 119 100. 101. 131 O'Dell, can ..,,.,,,..,.,,..,,..,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,. 78 Perm. Thomas ....--,.....................,.. Neighbor, Betty lean ..,.v........,.. 78, 128 Ofienbalcer, Harold .........,................ 97 Peoples' Robert '---'f'"-4--A'-"---'-'-"-- Neighbor, Mary ..,........,.. .............. 9 2 Offenbaker, Raymond ....,........,.,...... 78 geidue' gdwardi """"' """" 5544' Nelson, Irene ....,......................-......,. 78 Offenbaker, Robert .......,.,..,.,...,..,,... 97 Grey' uqene ' enne """" I 0,5 Nethers, Carl Henry .........w.... 53. 102 Ogle, Delores .,............, ....... 7 8, pfeifer Mr, George ' Nethers, Pauline .,..,,...... ....,.......... 0 9 O'Necxl, Mildred .,,..... ......,,... 7 8, pfeffer: Robert .'v---A-v,- Newlon Grace ...............................- 93 Orr, Mr. Clifford E ..................... 31, 105, 119, Nichols, David ..............--..----A- 44----,- 9 6 OPT, Earl .......,,................. 78, 106, Phillips, Iqmes hh.hh.4-4.4-.-----,w-wAAAAx,,-A,-A 89 Nichols, Evelyn ....,. 78, 117, 128. 131 Orr, Freda .............. ,.,,....,,,... 7 0, 130 P1-ii11ip5,Mq1-gqref ,-,-,--,,,,,,,,-.-', 54, 118 Nickels, Ruth ....1.......,....................... 69 Orr. Oren ............ ........... 7 0, 131 Phillips, Williqm ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,, 85 Noblick, Betty .,................ 53, 114. 107. Osborn, Marie ..... ........................ 9 3 Pierce, Richard ,i,,--,,-,,,-, 70, 101, 109, 129. 160 Owen, Sara ...............,.... 113, 115, 70 121, 132 Nolan, Ethel ........,.,..,................ 53, 128 Padgett, Lorene ...,..,....,..,,,,,,,,,,....,. 78 piqgs, George ,,,,,-1,,1 1013, 127, 711, 126 Norpell, Bradley ........,.............,.....,. 85 Padgett, Pauline ...,., 53, 107, 161, 162 pinkerion, phyuis -1---,.,,--1,11,.1,,-1.11,,- Q7 Norpell, Constance ......,...............,... 97 Palmer, Elizabeth .................... 78, 128 Plqnis, Elsie ,,-,,,--,,1-,-...,.--1.1-1-1., 122, 70 N01-poll, Patricia ............ 104, 113, 115 Palmer, Kathryn .......,....,,.,,.., 78, 117 piqmz, Mildred Cmherine -1-141A----. 54 59- 105 Pvlmer. LGUTU ----- ------------- 7 8 Pletcher, Estella Ann ....,,.,....,. 54, 123, Norriss, Gerald ,...... ,............,....... 9 7 Palmer, Robert ..... ...,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,., 8 9 128, 160, 151 Norriss, Howard .......... .....,...... 8 9 Parker, Robert .................,.,.............. 78 1 Pieicher, Evelyn ,,,,,,,11-,,1-,,1111111,,.-.-- 85 Norris, Iune .....,...........,,,,................. 78 Parkison, Betty ..,l,.. ,..,..... 7 8, 100, Plymgle, Roy 1.1.,'..-1v--1111---.-1-1---1111. Norris, William ..........,..................... 78 Parlet, Richard ...,............,,,...,,.,,..... 78 Poplfiqm, Kenneih -,1,,1-11----,..1-1-1-1-- Northey, Iohn .....,...... 69, 121, 132, 154 Passman, Mr. Iames T ...,..,,,,, 31, porier, Carol 1,,,,,,,,,,,,,1- 73, 117, Nourse, Harold .......,..............., 78, 111 118, 128, Nourse, Raymond ..........,.......,. 78, lll Patrick, Ross .....,.......,.. ..,.,.....,,..,.. P Crier, june ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,1,,-1-1,, Nugent, Clare ......... . .,.....,,.. 78 Patten, Lillian ,.,,..,..,...,.. ,,,,,,.,,, P Grier, Marjorie 1,,,, ,1,,,,-,- 1 27 Nugent, Florence ..... ....... 8 9 Patterson, Charles .,,.,.,... Poulioi-1, Ruth 1,1,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1 78, Null, Iames .......... ,,.,....... 6 9 Patton, Perry ..,.,...,.., ,.,,,,,,,. p Gum-1, Raymond ,v,,,,,v,,,,A,, -54 Nugent, William ....... ,........ l 09 Paulson, Charles ...... ,,.,....,,...,...... P Gund Home, 78 111 "" 1 23' Null, Richard ..,.,,, ,,......... 8 5 Payne, Lillian .,,.,,, ,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, P Gund' Williurg """" ' ' ' Nunnelly, Ellen .....,. .......,,,,.,.. 7 0 Pease, lack ........... .......,,, 5 4, 109, ' """' """"""""""' ' Nutter, June .,,..,...... .......,. 7 a, 117 Peck, wnmq ..,,,., ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Pffm' Roger -s----A4 --------- Nutter, Lawrence ...... ...............,.. 7 8 Peffers, lunior .......... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, B 5 Price' BellYl-- ---- ----89 Nye, Charles ,.......... .....,... 7 0, 121 Peffers, Mary ....,........., ,,,,,,, 5 4, 123 Price. D0f01hY -4-- ----1.--. Oatman, Robert .,...,. ....,... 7 8, 126 Pemberton, Vernon ....., ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 7 U Price. Harry ..... ......., 9 3 O'Brien, Mary ...... ..,...,,....... 9 7 Penick, Grace ...,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Price, Fern ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 B C0lIg7'Gf1lIU-IIOIIS fo gl'Ull1llt'IfL'.Y 0 1 Q4 I ,5- The CI-IATTERBOX E. V. 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For BETTER Dairy Products Price, Marjorie .............. 104, 113, 70, Reid,1ean .......... 55, 112, 118, 114, 101 Roberts, Charles ..,.,,...,...,................ 79 , 121, 132 Reid, Thomas ..., I .....................,......... 55 Roberts, Ieanne ....,........... 55, 161, 152 Price, Foul -----'-- 4.-- ,-------'.--.-.- - 9 3 Reid, William .............,..........,. vo, 121 Robertson, Benjamin ..,.......,............. 85 grim' Sgfcmne """ """"""""""' 3 5 Reinbeau, Thelma .......................,..., 70 Robertson, Carl ................. ........ 7 9 P223 Eligrton 'A"" ""' "" "" Renner, Amy ............. 1......., 1 15, 128 Robertson, Henrietta ..,,.,..............., 85 ' ""' 'A""" ' 161' ,Gi Renner, Dorothy ....... ..............,., 8 5 Robinson, Harold .,...,.............,.......... 79 P,-jest, pm,-,ces Aihlh '----4-4A4-.--- ,AA-4- .-.,4 7 9 QGSR'-I. P43111 -,,,--,,- 4---- - -110, SOSYMR1-1ll'iB ---- 4.-- ------------ 2 3. pi-iesl, John -.-.,--4-------------------A.- 110, 70 enner, ap ....... ,...... ...... o e mser, ar ara ,........ . , , Priest, Keith ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 03, 138, 154 Resta, Phillip ............ ..,,......... ....... 8 5 Rogers, Dorothy ...................,.... 70, 115 Priest, Marie ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, 79, 128 RiCCiardo,1oseph ....,......,.................. 70 Rogers, Russell ....., ................... 7 9 Priest, Martha ..l....... 70, 115, 128, 131, Rice, Evelyn v.,................... 79. 117, 132 Roqers, William ........ ............... Z if 160, 161, 162 Rice. Ianie ....,................... 79, 117, 1 Rohan, Ianis ........... ,.,.,.,.,.... 7 9, 1 Prince, Margery ,,,,,, 54, 108, 125, 161 Richards, Helen .............................. 85 Rohan, Richard ...................... 79, 121 Prior, William. ..........,.,.... 55, 103, 101, giclhargs, 13,5131 Mae .............,.. 70, 135 Rolph, Charles .................. ..... 7 3, 133 109, 119, 154 iC GI' S, i iam ............................ Roof, Eugene .................. 11 , 1 4, Pritchett, Lillian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Richardson, Eugene ........................ 79 Roof, Martha .....,..., 113, 70, 115. 106 Provin, 11,1119 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Q 3 R1C1'lCtI'ClSO1'1, IGGII ..........,. 117, 107, 131 ROSS, Curl .......,...,.....,...........,.,,. 70, 131 Pryor, Belly ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Richardson, Robert .,..,,..,................. 70 Rose, Eugene ..........,....,....,.,,.......... 85 Pryor, Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93 Richardson, William ....,... 55, 100, 105, Roseboom, Alice Mae. ..... 70, 115, 128 Pugh, Miss Rosa A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31, 100 118. 64, 101, 109 Rosebrauqh, lack ............................ 93 Quick, Dofgihy ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4, 9 3 gickusiivltgaxine .,,. 55, 114, 64, 125, Ross, billalgbelle ....... ......... 7 9, 131 R d , A ,,,,,,,,,,,,A, ,,,,,,,A, 7 9, 153 iC0, i iam ...,.,...............,,,...... , Ross, r. larence .......................,.. 0 Rgdili, M2117 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 70 Ridenbauqh, George ,........,...,.... ....., 7 0 Rossel, Anne ....,...........................,... 85 Rqikin, Miriam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 79 Riderlour. Berton .......... ............. 8 9 Rothstein, Barbara .... 113, 70, 121, 128 Ralph, George ,,,,,.,, 70, 121, 132, 154 SES. ClgCli'lOll9 --.-...... ....... 7 0, 131, 301216, gleihfl .................. 55, 151, 152 Randaxhe, Yvonne .................. 55, 112. ' 91 YViG ---,---w-4-----, --,---------- 7 U el, SOYQG ............v..................... 93 101, 106 P-iqqlemun, Laura ..., ,, .....,.... 97 Rupriqht, Phyllis .............................. 97 Rqney, William ..,,.,. ,,...,..,.,... 7 0 Riley, Mary 10 ..,..,.. ..,....... 8 9 Rusk, Richard .... 56, 101, 106, 109, 121 Rechel, Charles ..,., ........... 9 3 Rifle, Earl '-,- Z -------.-- ......... 7 9 Russell, Earlene ..........1................... 89 Rector, Blanche ,.......,.....................,, 79 Rine. Gladys .,.... ...,..,., 7 0 Russell, lack ......................,............. 70 Rector, Shirley ,,,,.,.................... 79, 117 Rifle, William ,....,. ............. 9 3 Ruton. Evalyn .......................... 79, Redd, june ,,,,,,,,,, 55, 105, 64, 102, 162 Einihdrii-I lun? .................................. Ryan, Imogene .... ...,.,.... 79, 106, R dm , W 11 ,,,.,,,.,....,,,...,.,.... ..97 iss GY. C129 ....,,......................... ,.,.. R yan, Fred ........ 11 , 104, 70, 121, Ridmgg, Wgltgfi ,,,..,..... 103, 70, 156 Rizzo, Teresa ..... ............,......... 7 O. 115 Saqer, Mr. P. H .................,,........... Reese, Gilbert ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,, 7 9, 111 Roach. Iune ...... 115, 70, 128. 131, 161 Sager, Paul ..,....................,.,.,.,...., Reese, Leeriline ..,.... ....1.....,. 7 0, 115 Robb, Mrs- Dorothy .,...................., ..,31 Saillard, William ...... ....... . 93 Reid, Eileen ,,,,.. ,.....,... . 55 Roberts. Bert ..........,...,. ........,. 7 9 Sanders, Iohn .,........ ........ B 5 WE SUGGEST 1701111111171 Pvnx Calling Cards and Sfatzburry FO R GR A DU.1X'll1O N G1 FTS The EDMISTON'S BOOK STORE CO. QUALITY MERCHANDISE at ECONOMY PRICES -5- W. it GRANT co. 21 South Third Street Newark, Ohio Say If 1'l"i1'l1 Flowvrs Halbrooks Florists WR GROXV OUR OXYN FLOXVIERS Store Phone 3171 - 12 East Church Street Greenhouse Ph. 5028 - 286 N. Cedar St. Member Florists Tclegraplz Delzrcry Association Diamofzds . . . 11 vllffllllf fc'-zvvlry I-IAYN ES BROS. E.rfablisI1vd 1894 12 East Park Place, North One Hundred Eighty-Three Sands, Marqaret ..... ....... 7 0 Shaner, Garnett ..,.,,.. ................. 7 9 Sieler .................... ...... Sanner, Esther ....... ..,.... 8 9 Shannon, Carl .,.,r. ' .,,........ 56, 109 Simms, Helen .......... ................ Saporito, Samuel .....,... ....... 7 0 Shannon, Darwin ..........,....,..........., 93 Simpson, Aileen ........................... Sattertield, Edward . .,..... .,..... 5 6 Shannon, Elizabeth ....,... 56, 108, 121, Simpson, Carl .............,..,. 105, , Saultz, Juanita ......,.. ........... ........... 8 5 128 Simpson, Jacquelyn ................ 79, Scales, Jean ...................................... 85 Shannon, Shirley ....,. ........... 7 9, 128 Simpson, Lillian ....... ......... 7 1, Schaller, George .............,...... 110, 70 Shanton, David .,.,. ............. 8 5 Simpson, Mary ...... ................ Schaller, James ...,.,.......... 110, 70, 106 Shaw, Delores ..,..,. ...,..,...,,..,..... 9 3 Simpson, Leah ...... .................... Schaus, Frederick .,.,........ 79, 111, 153 Shaw, Marcella ..,.. ......,................, 5 6 Simpson, Helma .............. 79, 161, Schenck, Rosanna ............................ 93 Shaw, Mary ......... .......,., 7 0, 115 Sissea, Marie ............. .,........ , Schick, Franklin ..... ...,................. 7 9 Shaw, Wesley .,.,,,.,.,....................,... 70 Skinner, Kathryn ....,.. ......,......... Schiffeler, Melody .......... 70, 130, 160 Shell, Paul ................ 56, 125, 126 138 Skinner, Robert ....... .......... 5 7, Schisler, lvadel ..,.,,.......,.. 113, 115, 70 Shell, Richard .......................... 56, 103 Slater, William ...,.,. .......... 7 9, Schisler, Mrs. Ralph .......................... 32 Shepherd, Mildred .................... 56, 112 Slick, Martha ....,, .................... Schleitfer, Martina ...........,...,.... 79, 127 Shepherd, Paul ..,..,.......................... 93 Smith, Mr. C. P ........,...... 31, , Schmidt, Albert ....... ........ 7 9, 181 Sherman, Mr. Edgar ................ 31, 103, Smith, Carl ........,..... ..........r..... Schmitt, Helen ....... .....,.,.,,, 5 6, 102 135, 138, 154 Smith, Charles ...... ...... Schnell, John .........................,.......... 79 Shide, Helen .............,...,.......... 79, 117 Smith. Charles ...... ...... Schwartz, Charles ............ 79, 126, 131 Shields, Donald .,.,...............,.......... 70 Smith, Charles ........ ,......... ...... Schwartz, Robert ..........................., 79 Shimel, Martha ...............,........ 70, 128 Smith, Della ......... .............,..... Scoles, William ........................,....... 93 Shinn, George ..,....... 56, 100, 104, 64, Smith, Donald ..... ....... 1 10, , Scott, Thomas ..r,........,,,,......,.,........... 79 101, 109, 119 Smith, Edna ......... .....,.......... Scott, Virginia ,,............ 100, 104, 113. Shipp, Paul ....,...,,...........,........... A... 7 9 Smith, Edward ....... .......... , 115, 70, 121, 124, 129, 132, Shoemaker, Leland ............,...,...,.., 79 Smith, Ethel ........ ............. 160.161, 162 Shoemaker, Sidney ...,.... 56, 109, 126 Smith, Evelyn .......... .,............. . Seaman, Raymond ..,....................... 93 Shoemaker, Virginia ..................... 56 Smith, Mr. F. W. ..... .......... 3 0, Sedgwick, Roger ....,.,............. 79, 106 Shoemaker, William ..,..,............. 79 Smith, James ......... ........ 1 03, Seesholtz, Karl .......... 103, 70, 146, 157 Shonebarqer, Russel ..... 79 Smith, Jean ..........,.................. .71, Seidel, Walter .................................. 93 Shoults, Gail ............ ..... 9 3 Smith, John Harvey ......,............., Seiter, Patricia ,........ ......r... 6 9, 90 ShOWmGI'l, Elise ...... ..... 9 3 Smith, John Milton .................. 110 Selby, Frances .....,. .................. 7 0 Shriqley, Bonnie ...... ..... 7 9 Smith, Mary ........,.... ............. Selby, Mary ........,. ..................... 9 0 Shriqley, Marjorie ...... ........ 9 3 Smith, Miss Nell ...,... ............. Seriass, Robert .......................... 79, 111 Shr0Ck. Dorothy ....... .,..... 7 9, 128 Smith, Oscar ........... ...,...... 5 7, Sergeant, William .............. 110. 65, 70, Shr0Ck. Harold ...... ........... 7 0 131 Smith, Pauline ...,.... ............. 121, 132, 138. 145 Shultz, Mollie ....................,..... 79, 117 Smith, Ralph .............,................... Settles, Warren .................. ........... 7 9 Sieqle. Carol Jean ........., 79, 117, 162 Smith, Mr. Ralph .................... 111, Shackleiord, Harold ........ ....... 9 7 Sieqle, Betty .............,...................... 71 Smith, Richard Benjamin ............. - I - Amerlca s Fmest Comp!-intents of CRISS BROS. One Hundred Eighty-Four BICYCLES. and SPORTING GOODS PRICED TO PLEASE H 'rv S0rz'iqc All Makes of Bicycles TRACEY'S Opposite Postoifice X1 ow U7 2 Q 77 U I-I-1 Z FU Q. 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ZP- 'U '-X "' I tr U1 2 : O Sf tri Q sling iraqi eorzuag 72 5 V3 Smith, Richard Thomas ................ 79 Smith, Robert .................................... 85 Smnh Rohm Euq9nei'55:"'f2g: 17514 lVe congrczflzlatc the class Smith, Robert James ................ 79, 154 of ,4I Smith, Ruth ...................................... 79 Smith, Thelma ..,.......,............... 71, 162 I Smith, Velma .....,.. ......,........ 7 1 Smith, Viola ..... .......... 7 1, 126 S Smith, Virginia ..... .,...,.... 7 9, 117 ' Smith, Wim .1.,,1...,...,,,...,,.,.,1...,1,.V 71 Typewnter Shop Smucker, Sarah .,...................... 89, 90 Snedden, lean ....... . .......................... 97 Snelling, Dwight .......... 100, 110, 71, 16 WeS1ChUfCh Street 146, 154 Snelling, Wilma ..,....................,...... 79 I- - Snodgrass, Bennie .................... 93 5"f'Pl'0-1 Service Snoor, Eileen ............. .......... 8 0, 128 Snoor, Kenneth ,... .......... 71, 131 Snoor, Mary ............................,....... 97 Snyder, Albert ,...,.,. ....,..,,....... 8 0, 111 Snyder, Robert ....,.........,. 80. 123, 106 Snyder, Leland ..,,. ..... ........ .............. 8 0 Solomon, Pearlie ...................... ...... 9 3 HCJLQPHANE Spencer, Shirley .......,...... 71, 121. 132 Sprague ............,............................... 89 Sprowls, Ann .......... 57, 118, 114, 101 Spring ..............................................,. 93 1 E Stage, Marjorie .,...... 57, 100, 112, 114, I 64, 108, 121, 132 Stalling, Thelma .............................. 80 Stanley, Evenes ....., 122, 71, 121, 132 Starling, lunior ..,....,,.,....................... 85 Starrett, lohn .....,....,. 110, 71 156, 146 Stasel, Arnold .......................... 71, 158 Stasel, Russell ................,................. 71 Congratulations to A11 High School Graduates .ng-. QUALITY FURNITURE -S CARI..ILE'S Furniture and Rug Co. Newarlfs Dcpcndablv Home Furnishers West Main at Arcade - Newark, Ohio To Make Yozzrsvlf Dreary and flftractitw v The I-IUB C01llf711lIIClIfS Of NEWARK UNITED TIRE COMPANY Dz'st,rz'bufo4rs of PHARIS TIRES One Hundred Eighty-Five SEE US FOR . .. VVELDING AND 1Xfl:XCH1N12 XYORK Collzplvft' Stork of STANDARD AUTO PARTS Superior Welding 6: Machine Company 201-205 West Main Street Phone 2269 Stauch, lack ...,........,. ............. Stauffer, Marian ........i....,,,...... 80, Steadman, Iohn ............................ Steele, Betty ......,,,......,.,,............. Steele, Florence ......,. 57, 118, 102, Steele, Mac ....,,........,.,................. Samuella ..,,,..................... Steinbaugh, Mary Elinor ........ Steele, Steinman, Marjorie .......... 80, Steinman, William .......... 57, 80, 117. 117 1 103, 155, Stephens, Iohn ...... ........,......... Stephens, Mazie . Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens , Bonnie , Clarence .. . Donald .....i..,,.. .......... , Dorothy .....,.. ..... .......... Stevens, Gene Kenneth .......... 57, 109, 124, Stevens, Gene Vernon .....,.......... Stevens, Maxine .,..........., 71, 115, Stevens, Paul .....,. .................. Stevens, Wilda .... .............. Stewart, Alexander ., ..,. .. Stewart, Goldie .....,........ ...... Stewart, Marnane .......,. . ..... . Stewart, Rose Mary ....,... ..... . Stichter, Anna Marie ..............., U Stockdale, Kenneth ...,...,,..,........ 49 East Marn Street Phone 4353 Stockkdale, William .................... Stoeckmann, Mr. George 29. 106 ', , '. , , ,. , ', , ,.. Stouqh, Bernard ...,.......... .............. . ll 4 .tufmf-x flu IIIUAIL fttllfllllltll ptmozz Stmder' Harriet 117 Strader, Ieannette ...,......................,. 93 Q , M 1 d' Stradley, Kathleen .... 100, 127, 71, 126 Wnef Q Con Gumpe mn smiley, Norman ...... 127, 71, 119, 1,26 Stranq .......,..............,......................... 85 ' I I f"""f'ff"'f"'t1 G B HUNTER nf POUND'S FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 "EVERYTHING IN MUSIC" I Holton Banu' 1llXfl'IlHlt'llf.V O Pianos O Rl'l'0l'tIS O Slzvcf Mzzxic mm' .+lc'vv.rsnr'i0s Dowling Music Store 31 Arcade Phone 2996 One Hundred Eighty-Six Typewriters ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Rentals Service Phone 3338 29 West Main Clllllftllllllfllfx 011 HAIVIBURGER INN Opp. Hiqh School Strattner, Louise Strickland, Paige Sullivan, Billy Sullivan, William Sunkle, Leland Suter, Norton .......... Swan, Charlene.. Swain, Clara Lou.. "',','i5lif'5'i7 ..........58, 119, 114, 100, 112, 114, 64, 101, 102, 121, 132, Swain, Iames ,.,.,............. 80, 111, 131 Swank, Mr. I. W ...............,.,............. 30 Swartz, lack .....,... Thompson Evelyn .................,....,... 93 Thompson, Evelyn Eileen ........ 71, 115 Thompson, Gene .......,..,...,,,,..,....... B0 Thompson Hazel .,..,,..,................... 93 Thompson lack ........... .......... 8 0, 131 Thompson Ioseph .................,,,...... 80 Thompson. Richard ..,......................, 71 Thompson, William ,.,..,.... 71, 126, 131 Thrap, Charles ..............,,....,........... 93 Tiehout, Allan .,,..,,.,..,..,.,, 80, 111, 126 Tiebout, Mrs. 1-larlen 58 Tilton, lack ,,......,,.,,..,.,..,. ....... . Toothman, lohn ..,.,,.. ........85 80 Utts, Richard ....,,....., 80, lll, 126, 131 Vaiea, Constance .,,,..,.,. 59, 84, 108, 121, 128, 132 Vaiea, Mary .....................,.,.,.. 80, 117 Vail, Roy ...................,.... 80, 121, 126 Valentine, Frank ........,....,.,....,......... 85 Van Allen, Iohn ,.,,..... ....... ,... . 7 1, 131 Van Atta, Burr ......... ....,..... 8 9, 90 Van Atta, loseph ..,....,.. .....,....... 8 9 Van Atta, Madelene ...,..... ........... 8 5 Van Atta, Virginia ..............,......... S5 Vandayburq, Dean ............,,..., 80, 106 Vander 1-loven, Melva ...... 80, 117, 131 Swartz, Virginia ............................ 80 Totten, Margaret ,,.., ........ V an Fossen, Eloise .....,.... 59, 64, 101, Swick, Elizabeth ............,................. 97 Touvell, Irene ..,..,.., ........... 7 1 119, 124 Swisher, Frances .,.. 80, 117, 131, 182 Townsend, Wiley ,...,.... .......... ......... 7 1 Van Horn, Mary Alice ............,....... 85 Tait, Alice .,.,,.,,,,,......,................ 89, 90 Townsend, William ......,......... 58, 127 Van Ness, Donna ..,..,.,l.,..,,, 85, 90 Tait, Iohn ...,,.,..,.....,,................. 80, 125 Tracey, William ............., 58, 103, 109, Van Winkle, Dorothy .r......,,,.,,,.,..... 93 Tait, William .... 58, 103, 101, 119, 154 148, 157 Van Winkle, Lawrence ....,..,.......,,, 97 Tarqett, William .............................. 93 Tracy, Ruth ....................,................. 58 Van Winkle, Richard ...... ........,, 7 1 Tate, William ...,.............,.......... 80, 131 Trager, Frederick ......... ......... 8 0, 123 Van Wy, Ferrell ....,........ ..,........... 8 C Tawney, Paul ......., .,.,................... 8 5 Traqer, Walter ....... ............... 9 3 Varner, Alice ,,......... .... .,,.,... 7 1 , 115 Taylor, Joan ..,,,...., ....... 1 05 113, Trefzer, Amelia ..,.,,.. ...,...,. 7 1, 121 Varner, Coletta ...... .....,.... 9 E 121, Trickle, Melvin ....... ............... 7 1 Varner, Robert .....,..,. .,......,,,,,........ 8 U Taylor, Rupert ,,,.,....,,,............ 58, Trost, lesse .....,.,... ............... 9 7 Varner, Richard ........,..................... 59 Taylor, Thelma .,,..,,.,.,.......,.,,........ Truex, Doris ........,.... ,,...,., 8 5, 90 Varasso, Helen ..........,.,,,......... 80, 128 Toaqarden, Mary Ellen .........,,....... Trumbo, George ,.,...,, ..,........ 8 9 Vermilion, Dale ....... 59, 100, 103, Tool, Kathleen ,,.,,,,,.,., 58, 114, 64, Trumbo, Katherine ................,......... 71 64, 119, 138 Thorp, Mqdelyn ,,,,.,,,,,,...,,.,,.,.,,.,., Trumpower, Helen ....,.,.,......... 71, 181 Vermillion, Fred ............................ 71 Thomas, Boi-mio ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,., T umblin, William .... 80, 122, 121, 131 Vermilion, Helen .,......,...., 59, 127, 64, Thomas, Miss Eunice ,,,,,. ......... U lrich, Eleanor .....,.,...,,..,.,....,.....,...,, 93 101, 124, 125 Thomas, Ioonne ,,,A,,,,,, ,,.,.,, U lrich, Norma .................................. 93 Vermillion, Paul ....,,...,.,.....,,,.,,.,,,... 80 Thomas, Zolnor ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,. U nternaher, Mary ..............,........... 59 Victor, Geraldine .....,,..,....,,,.....,,,... 71 Thompson, Betty I ,,.,,,,, ,.,,..,.. 7 1 Upson, Annette ........ 59, 112, 64, 101, Villars, James .................................. 80 Thompson, Betty I ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,.,.. 7 1 102, 119, 11, 132, 162 Vli'll111CI, 1V1C!I'Y 161119 .............. 105, 71, Thompson, Catherine ,,,, .,,,,,... 9 7 UIJSOII, George ............ 80, 111, 120, 102, 161, 162 Thompson, Emogeon ,,,,,, ,,,,,,.., 9 3 A 121,131 Vlfqlfl, DO!'Cll1Y ....................,......... 85 . . I Cmffffwffffrf IVICDONNELI.. S Of Shoe Store S. S. KRESGE QUALITY SI-ICDES STQRES FITTED BY EXPERTS Newark, Ohio 24 S. Second Street Eagle Building Co111pZi11ze11fs THE LICKING of LAUNDRY co. Mclqim Supply DRY CLEANING Co. RUG CLEANING 58 South Second Street 1:-URRIERS Phone 3325 E1ccz'lrz'cal Suppl-ies and Liglzfing Phone 4046 Fi-1'fi11fvs Electric Rt7fV1'gFFUfl'l7'll and Ranges One Hundred Eighty-Seven Voqcm, Elsie .............,.........,............ 80 Voqan, Virqinia .......... 59, 112, 118, 'H ' 114, 101, 102, 128 For Beth'-1' It 151011 . . Vogel. Jack ..........,..............,.............. 80 Voqel, Iames ...,.,.,......,.,......... 71, 131 Voqel, Iune ......................., 59, 118, 64, 101, 128 Ellsworth L. Tate V,,qe,, Mm, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3 Von Shriltz, Marjorie ...,,......... 80, 128 OPTOMETBIST Waddell Betty ...,.1. ..,..., a 0 117 Wade, Francis .. ..................... 71 W , h .......... ............ 7 3, 1 Phone 4362 Wggiei, Elegnor .....,.. ,........ ...... . is Wakefield, Voila ........ ,,...,,.,,,...,,, 9 7 - Waldren, Roy ...,.... .,.........,..,,...... 7 1 31 N. Fourth Street Newark, Ohio Walker' Betty 119 Walker, Calvin .... ....,.,.....,.,,. 7 I Walker, Emma ......... .,.......,... 7 I 115 Walker, Harry ............,....,.............. 93 Walker, Wilma ...............,................ 71 Iffvllfll, -fn AICHI' Of Wallace, Betty ................ 80, 117, 131 I - n Wallace, Helen .......,.,.... 71, 115, 124 Pracfzcal Pcunfs for All Pzzrfmsm Wallace, Jean A A,-. ,,--4------ 5 9. 102. 128 Walsh, Robert ................ 103, 71, 138 AND Walt, Marjorie .,..,..,...... 59, 104, 120, 1...pf.-ml I1--u..f1..11.1C Ire-1.11 Pnpv.-.Q 112' 1151214 ' 121' 11152 SEE Walters, Grace .,.............. 59, 114, 101, 125, 128 I Walters, Ioan .................................... 97 S Walters, Marjorie ..,......, 60, 112, 101, 102. 121 Walz, Carl r.........,... ..,.,................. 7 1 ' Walz, Robert .....l.... ...,,........ 7 1 Newark Pamt Co. Q,J,,,,,,, Beg, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,gg Phone 3524 sa west church street WZZTST' R.Z'.12iZ'ig.i1, iiiijiiiiiiji.. C0lIg7'01'HlUI'fUll.V DRINK . Class of 141 SUCCESS IN ALL YOU UNDER'l'IXli1i The Burch Gift Shop 16 East Park Place, North WEBB 51 WEBB -5- Lnmbvr and BI!!-llIt'l'5'Y Szljvfvlzhv Sixth and Wilson ig.. Phone 2926 One Hundred Eighty-Eight IN BOTTLES Coca-Cola Bottling Works Phone 5049 Newark, Ohio Conzjwlillzvn fx of UN ION . ELECTRIC SHOP 38 South Third Street Phone 6077 HOTPOIN T APPLIANCES This is what a young fellow, who was always well-dressed, said: "l"vs, I fvcl 1c'vII-dnmwfr' I1vcu11.vt' I UITk'U-YS buy my tuvcrrillg czftpawl af MITCHELIKS SHOP SEARS' and SAVE CONGRATULATIONS !! I0 thc Class of 1941 C0IlIf71I.llIt'lIfS Rankin 6: Rankin E of I INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE SI-IQE STQRE 16 Arcade FOOD FOR THOUGHT When finer foods COMMERCE me Sold Sf0l1.YU7't'd by 131131-lIt'SSllIclI Summer Term Opens Iune 9 Fall Term Starts September 8 Phone 2092 NEW SPRING FURNITURE RUGS G STOVES ARRIVING DAILY! l'Vc"l'I?1'dIUI1j' invite you to Tris-it our stun' and sm' 0117 l.'ljllIf7It'fL' Sll0'IL'IIIg BESANCENEY'S East I 37 Years Side Furnlture of Square Reliability MURPHY'S will continue to sell them MURPHY FOOD MARKET Established 1886 THE SMITH CLEANING COMPANY "Tile Plum' of Greater Care" Q Newark, Ohio Phone 2758 One Hundred Eighty-Nine Warnock, Edith .,..., .,,.............. 8 5 White, Mary .........,........v.,..... 50, Wintermute, Dorothy .... 61, 114, 121 Warnock, Laura .,,... .,...... 6 0, 108 Whitehead, Mr. Willis A. ......,...,. 30 Wintermute, Eleanor ...... 61, 122, 114, Watson, Freda ....,.,.. .80, 128 Whitmer, Dexter .....,....,.,,..............., 72 106, 119 Watson, Iurie ....,..,.,,,........,,...........,.. 71 Whyde, Mozelle ...,....,.,...,,.. ......,.. 9 3 Wintermute, Ernest ....,..........1........ 81 Warthen, Richard ............................ 93 Wieber, Rosemary ...... .,........... 7 2 Wintermute, Mary Ann .,.,...........,,. 97 Weakley, Elsie ....,..... 80, 117, 131, 161 Wiley, Earl ................. ................ 9 7 Wintermute, Robert ................ 61, 138 Weaver, Mr. George .....,..,............... 26 Wilken, Ethel .....,... ...,..,... 7 2, 125 Wise, Carl ..,.....,...... .............,..., 9 3 Weaver, Mildred ....... .......... 8 0 Wilkin, Russell ..... .............,., 8 0 Wise, Robert ....,.. .,...,..l 7 2, 126 Webb, Edith ............ .......... 8 0 Wilkin, Ruth ........... ...........,. 9 3 Wolfe, Alice .....,.,..............,.....,,,.,.., 89 Webb, Faun ......., .......... 9 3 Willey, Robert ...,,,.........,..........,..... 80 Wolfe. Clement ...............,................ 97 Weekley, Helen ....., ,.....,... 8 5 Williams, Dorothy ............,...,......... 97 Wolfe, lames ......,... 110, 72, 102, 121, Weekley, William ....... ......,... 6 0 Williams, Elsie ......., 80, 117, 128, 131 131, 132 Weiber, Rose Mary ............,.......,... 80 Williams, Iames .,,...............,........... 81 Wolf, Paul .....,.,....,............. 106, 131 Weiss, Dorothy ........,.,,,.........,.,....... 71 Williams, Kathleen ..... ............. 7 2 Wolfe, Margaret Lee ....,. 61, 112, 118, Weiss, Thomas ....................,..,,..,.... 8C Williams, Kenneth ..,.,.. ..........,..... 7 2 114, 101, 130, 160, 161, 162 Wells, Dazie Ann .......... 80, 100, 117 Williams, Margaret ........................ 60 Wolfe, Sidney .,......,................,,,...,.. 61 Wells, Linda ................,.,. 80, 117, 131 Williams, Mary Lee ..........,..... 81, 117 Wolfe, Thomas .....,...............l....,..... 81 Wells, Ned ,..,.....,.. ..,...,.,......,........ 8 5 Williams, Myrtle ,,., 60, 118, 114, Wolfe, Wallace .,... ...,.,.. 8 l Wells, Robert ....,. .....,.,...,.. 6 0, 111 Williams, Richard .81, 127, 106, Wolfe, William .,.,...,......... ,.... ....,. 8 1 Welsch, Carl ..............,,,..,,,........,.., 90 Williams, Willie ........,..................... Wolford, Thomas .,.. ,... .....,..,,...,...... 8 l Welsch, Donald .,......,........,.,.,,.....,... 72 Willis Beverly ....,...... ...........,......., 8 1 Woltien, Mr. Harry ..............,.....,..,., 135 Welsch, George ....,,.... 60, 100, 64, 124 Wilson, Ann .......,. ,.,...... 9 3 Wonder, Kathryn .....,...... 81, 120, 117 Welsh, Ferrell .......,....,.,.........,,...... 80 Wilson, Arthur .,....... .....,.,. W ood, Carl ........,...,.,,......,......... 72 131 Welsh, Iacqueline .....l.,,,..,.,........... 93 Wilson, Donald I, .,,,,., ,......., W ood, Donald ...................,.....,..,......, 93 Welsh, leanette .....,. .1l5, 72 Wilson, Donald F. ..... ....,,... W ooclbridge, Janice .,......l....... 81, 106 Welsh, Robert ..,..,.... .,........ 9 7 Wilson, Lloyd ....,... ......... W oodward, Evelyn ,,...,....,...,..,...,,..... 81 Wentz, Douglas ......... 60, 109 Wilson, Maxine l,,...,.. ......... W oodward, Frances .............,.......... 81 Westbrook, Gerald ..... ...,...... 8 5 Wilson, Richard ..,.... ,........ W oodward, Mrs. Robert .....,..........., 90 Westlake, Iune .,...,..... 72, 115 Wilson, Ruth ....,...., .,....,., W oodward, Wilma ,......................... 97 Weston, Donald .................... BO, 121 Wilson, Thelma ......... .,....... W oodyard, Marjorie .........,,............. 85 Weyersmiller, Richard 72, 131 Wilson. Virginia K ..,....,......,............ Woodyard, Richard ..........,..... 72, 154 Wetzel, Priscilla ....,..........,.............. 85 Wilson, Virginia I.. .,..,,....,........,...... Woolard, lacqueline ........,,..,,,. 72, 115 Wharton, Betty .......................,.,...... 85 Wilson, Virginia R .....,... 60, 117, 128 Woolard, lustine ..,...... ,........ 7 2, 115 Wheeler, Raymond 80, 103, 138 153 Wilson, 1lVende1l ...,,.,..,.................. 89 Wooles, Patricia .,.., ............... 9 7 Whitaker, lames .... ,....................,.... 8 5 Wilson, William ....,.,.l......,........,.,.., 81 Worden, David ...,.., ,.,.,...........,...., 7 2 White, Edrie ......,,......,............,...,.... 72 Winn, William 81, 103, 111, 138, 153 Worden, Doris .,.,,.........,....,.......,.,., 61 White, Marjorie ,.,.... ......., 8 0 117 Winter, Robert .....,..,,,.,... 60, 127, 126 Workman, Albert ....,..,.. 110, 72, 131 MERRILL R. MONTGOMERY LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 130-138 North Cedar Street !.'o1f1f1l1'111c11I.v of F. W. Woolworth One Hundred Ninety Gutliph ci Henderson Service 59 NORTH FIFTH STREET .5- Ernest A. Gutliph C. Ross Henderson SAWYER'S MARKET "Good Food Is Good Hvalflf' 393 East Main Street Cuzzgrui11l11fin11.v to flu' Clams of 19.11 and Bm! H"l'Sflc'S for Iillfllll' 1'1tYf7f91-IICSS and 511611755 v The Gift Box 23 Arcade IIIIIIELMA T1NN1aN STEELY'S TI11- Illllllc' that 1111.1 .vffmd for the REST in xlzm' 1'vpa1'1'1'11g III N1'tv:r1'le for 111111'1' 111.011 I7 yvirrav. Thr only Sfl'C'UllI1I'Ilt'!f .vlmv l't'f7tII.l' shop III this sisv fifg' I-11 Ohio. Stee1y's Shoe Repair 32 North Fourth Street Newark, Ohio Phone 34194 Bust lI'1'.vI1vs To flu' Cl1I.vs 1941 IVQCMICHAEL MUSIC STORE and STUDIOS 107 Hudson Avenue NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORE 25-27 South Park NEWARK, OHIO :I Good Plan' fo Eat WRIGI-IT'S Restaurant 216 EAST MAIN I No IHf0.t'ICU71fS Sold .4 K' .A Congra-t11!aIi:111s N 5 , 17111111 b VALET T it CLEANERS U 17 N. 4th St. - Opposite Police Station The Diamond Store 51 Hudson Avenue Vw Takes this oppor1u111'ty to corzgrat-ularte the G1'ad11a1'e.v and assure your of 0111' apjvrcc1'a1io11 of your patronage I 'fit 'tfrfajtiii it15Ei53E5E5:SEQErEEfiNi'32"' X I ' '-'-SPN -W'''irErE1E:1:f1rEE:,"1ii f"':fr55E?F 'fm-Ez-, F-555253. Talita 1ri3i?E?5r.:'4F NN. 'xt'-A-Y-2 'i"" 3 ' ANNEX QQXS 1: 4 N z is f :sr ..: ' -f1212:2a:125rQS:-wife'kkatgtiafzfs 353155, Tr :EFF .. QE- 1255552 I 555' 4. X 'I' 2 'E -"' ' One Hundred Ninety One Woley, Grace .................,,............. 97 Yarger, Iaclc Wilson ........................ 85 Young, Eileen ......................,........... 81 Wright, Kenneth .......,............ 61, 109 Yates, Phyllis .........,........,...........,... 81 Young, lean .......... 113, 72, 121, 132 Wright, Helen ...... 72, 160, 161, 162 Yaus, Mary .,.................................... 72 Young, Iunior ..............,................... 85 Wright, Marie ........ 72, 160, 161, 162 Yockey, Betty .................. 81, 117, 131 Young, Lillian .................................. 72 Wright, Raymond .............. 61, 118, B4 York, Roy .,......................,,,........,.... 93 Zeiher, Paul ............ ,..1.... 6 1, 109, 126 Wright, Virginia ....,. 100, 113, 72, 124 Yost, Iason .........,.... 127, 110, 72, 106 Zimmerman, George ....,................. 81 Wright, William ........,...................,. 72 Yost, Max . ....,................,.........,.., 93 Will You Remember Who ? CLASS OFFICERS Attendants President - . 111 Vice Presidentn- ..-. 121 -2 Secretary 131 Treasurer -. 2 141 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Senior Play., --- President - ,, Cast Vice President -,H- 111 - Secretary .... -,--..----- - 121 -0 - - Treasurer -...--,---...i.?----- 131 FAVORITE CLASS 141 Sophomore , 151 - Iunior 161 - -. Senior - 'hm -F Iunior-Senior Prom 1date-boy or gir111. Favorite Teacher H A gm V f Senior Breakfast-Place lm..-..- Favorite Activities ...?-.... .. . Club fe , 1 Sport May ?...?.1. N A Baccalaureate Speaker ,-...-.-,-b, Commencement Speaker......... Prize Award Winners oi '41 , Hobby 2 Recreation ,- Homecoming Quee Attendants A 111 121 131 141 Track Queen One Hundred Ninety-Two yy y y Harvard Cupn , L Latin Medal, - , French Prize German Prize--- I History Award English Prize - Iournalism Awardml Commercial Awardi..,,...-.. Athletic Award .. ADVOCATE, f NEWARK, 0. is Qmgc N sl ' E M K6 it 3' - af? 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