Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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iff lllll Q' ' I as A Motto for All . "God give us menl A time like this demdnds Strong minds, gregt hedrts, true igith, otnd ready' hgndsp Men Whom the lust oi office does not lcillg Men Whom the spoils oi oifice ootnnot louyy Men who possess opinions gnd Willsg Men who hgve honor - Men who will not lie." RUTLEDGE BROTHERS Sellers oi Gudrgnteed Clothes gnd Furnishings Phone 3755 21 South Pork Congratulations . . . Seniors MUELLER'S FLUORESCENT LlGHTlNGS GIVE BEST RESULTS Cool - No - Glolre - Comfortable The MUELLER STUDIO Clarence A. Trexel, Proprietor Arcade T 1 Ph 292 HH HWHLH NEWARK EENIUH HJEH SEHUUL NLWMH4, umm Pa ----Q I O 3 WI-IITE'S STUDIOS KW A Good Photograph is with you odwctys Phone 4465 For Appointments . J 3 5 f 55 The Doorway CQ GREETINGS and GOCJD WISI-IES To the 1943 Graduates and Students of Newark High School X ,ARMY FROM YOUR NEWARK FIBERGLAS FRIENDS . . More Than 2,500 Men and Women Workers In Newarkas First Army-Navy MEN Award Plant 'k Newark High School Congratulations to Class '43 BORDEN'S Dairy and lce Cream Company Corner Walnut and Third 4050 - PHONES - 4055 Slrillell Americans ,lpprzwifz to Coordination The Whole trick of production is as much an American invention as the airplane, the tank, or the submarine. lt's the coordination that does the job - - - bringing together the right things in the right amounts at the right time. And it's coordination that makes EMERSON SUITS so good PROPER FABRICS PROPER DETAIL - PROPER TAILORING The ROE EMERSON sta-Q CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGS SHOES ll S. West Side Square P 10 The Trophies Our Advertisers Abbott Shoe Company Advocate Printing Company, The Alban, Sam Company, The Art, H. L., Ieweler Beaver, M. K. Betty Gay Shop Borden's Dairy and lce Cream Co. Bucy, Everett Lumber Co. Callander Cleaning Company Campolo Market Carlile Furniture and Bug Co. Carroll, Iohn I., Department Store City Rapid Transit Lines College oi Commerce Cornell Clothing Crane-Kreig-Flory Company Criss Brothers Doneit's Home Bakery Dowling Music Company Edmiston Book Store Company, The Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Evans Drug Stores Firestone Auto Supply G Service Stores Gitt Box Green Bay Fur Company Gutliph and Henderson Halbrook Florists Haynes Brothers Hermann, George Hess, A. P. Company Hollar, O. D. CS: Son Holophane Company, lnc. Horner's Newark Paint Company Hub, The Hull's Hunter, G. B. lohnson, C. M., Lumber Company King's Kresge, S. S. Company X -, 'E' . if it A it if Page 12 Our Advertisers Licking Laundry Company, The Loos Coal and Iunk Company McCament, E. V. McDonnell's Shoe Store McMichael Music Studio Mackenzie Diamond Store, The Maybold's Shoe Store May-Fiebeger Company, The Mueller Studio Murphy Market Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Coca-Cola Bottling Company Newark Engraving Company Newark Fashion Newark Telephone Company, The Ohio Power Company Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Penney, I. C. Company Pfefter, George Pounds Flower Shop Rankin and Rankin, Inc. Riley's Bakery Rutledge Bros. Schuler Engineering Scott Furniture Company Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Smith Cleaning Company, The Star Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Star Grocery Stewart Brothers and Alward Company Style Shop Superior Welding and Machine Company Tate, E. L. The Gas Company Vogelmeier, Phil., Company, The Ward, C. E. White's Studio Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. 'X ..j"- 5' P ' UQ ftuetzrms Exclusives. . . Carlye luniors Doris Dodson luniors Mary Muiiett luniors Laura Lee luniors Sportleiah Coats Woolart Coats and Suits Shaamoor Coats Swansdown Coats and Suits Stetson Hats Leiahton Hats Busines Staff-l 943 'lr Baker, Richard Beaver, Barbara Chilcote, Adelaide Danforth, Donna lean Duncan, Carol lean Gentile, Franklin Haley, Kathleen Hall, Betty Hay, lanice Hill, Howard lenkins, Probert lones, Darrell lones, Martha Kidd, Bosemary Kramer, laclcie Kuhn, Charlotte Norris, Iune Parkinson, Betty Baikin, Miriam Schulor, Lonnie Seidel, 'Walter Sliowman, Doris Siegel, Carol lean Smith, Ruth Steinman, Margery Teaqarden, Mary Ellen Van der Hoven, Melva Ian Voqan, Elsie Wells, Linda Pq14 Reveille Staff Assoc1ate Editor .. ..,. , Mary Ellen Kreager George Hiatt Lewis Goodwin Mary Lou letters lane Kreitler lean Kreitler PHOTOGRAPHERS Burr Van Atta Edward Ewald REPORTERS Hazel McKinnon Paul Miller Ruth Nickols Phyllis Williams Kathryn Wonder Peggy Dugan ARTISTS Howard Philips lohanna Horst lames Thompson Q 9 , wmullllpnn 51cm i THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS" UQ Congratulations . . . To The Class ot l943 Wishing You Happiness ancl Prosperity I. C. Penney Co., Inc. A Nationwide Institution Everything to Wear QUALITY MERCHANDISE EOR LESS Compliments oi the CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES b- -',v- vlu., 1:11 l-low To Make Homework Easier lf your children are having trouble with their home-work it may be due to poor lighting. Better check up on it today and see What a difference good light can make. A certified l.E.S. lamp with at least a 100-Watt bulb sup- plies scientifically designed lighting that is kind to young eyes, makes homework easier, and may even produce better grades. Q' .elif A 'Te A 1 bl d 1 f d c desli siergcgsehotfgesvgrklr The C0- Use 100-watt bulb. W CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of i943 Wishing them success and happiness for the future The IOI-IN I. CARROLL Store Page 18 I z E 1 GOOD GAS SERVICE helps make better living in this fine mmunity. QL QM CWM ERMANN THE CLOTH IER. SSSSSNSS SHMJNISSSSHSN SSSSSSS SSWIUSS SSSSSS Foreword The Annual Staff ct Newark High School presents to the student body the Reveille of nineteen hundred and forty- three. The theme ot the Reveille is pa- triotism. With our World in chaos and nations torn by War, this theme seems ultogether fitting for this year. We of America should stress this Word and make it sing in the hearts ot our coun- trymen. Page 22 Dedication The nineteen iorty-three Reveille An- nual is dedicated to all the former stu- dents and faculty oi Newark Senior High School who are now serving in the United States Army, Navy, or Ma- rines abroad aiid at home. We dedi- cate this as our smallest contribution to the great cause for which they serve, and tor which cause some of the stu- dents have already given their lives. s A Pvt Edwyn Dickerson Third Air Force, Tampa, Florida Former Senior High S C h 0 o l Faculty in Service MCI1Ofl HObC1Tl Miller Lieutenant Stewart Cox MCCQOI Ighrg Iftorq . A . Lieutenant larnes Passman Off1C9f GT Reception CEU- Air Corps, Somewhere in .rounl C so HE: UVM' Ouartermasters Co rp s 191' FOP? B9UiGmiH HGITU- Africa. Former Speech gonf Owft Emi it egg' Fort Warren Wyoming SOD Ifldlfinil- F O Y H1 9 T and Dramatic Teacher in I miner fi SHS tus CEI. 12 Former Teacher of Modern PYIHCIPCI1 of Roosevelt lun' Senior High School. Sugar, Cm emor lg Languages Senior High wr Hlqh C OO S' School A X Niittrwwawl U xzmggstrgfeg , me 'iixiiizf 1 harris.: Lieutenant Carroll E. Amos Air Corps, Fort Worth, Texas. Former Physics Teacher in Senior High. History Lieut, tj.g.J Walter Stuart Dartmouth College, Han- over, New Hampshire. Former Instructor in Phys- ical Education, Central Iunior High. ' Dwight Campbell Mus 2C U.S.N.TS Samson New York. Former Director of Band, Senior Hiqh School ' ' ' E 'rf 4 I zv. ,ii 3 ' ,. iw. at " , , V A QM t...I f I 7 A , if V Q ., A . 'Hg A A I 1 I 2 Ensign lames Kirkpatrick U.S.N.R., San Diego, Cali- fornia. Former Teacher in First Sgt. George Nethers Engineers Corps, Some- where in Africa, Formerly Manual Arts Laboratories, in Department of General Senior High. Maintenance. School. Ensign Clifford E. Orr U.S.C.G.R., St. Augustine Florida. Former Director of Athletics, Senior High In Memoriam RICHARD SMITH December 15, 1925 March 28, 1943 Faculty members and students, espe- cially seniors, mourn the loss of one of its members, Richard Smith, who was killed in an automobile accident near St. Louisville. Richard was enrolled in the indus- trial course and was very active in printing the past two years. 1-le was interested in this subject and had pride in doing neat work. His fatal accident was a shock to his close friends, for he was a congenial and a willing worker. age 24 VIOLA MAY WAKEFIELD September 8, 1926 August 2, 1942 "Or, ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern, "Then shall man return to dust and the spirit unto God who gave it." Viola Wakefield was about to enter her junior year, when her. life ended so quickly and without warning. The writ- er of this short sketch talked with her father and mother just two days before the tragedy and learned from them of her devotion to the High School and particularly to the I-ligh School Band for which she had done so much to help make it a success. Viola, immaculate in appearance, was always respectful to her parents and teachers and kind and thoughtful to her classmates. Truly, she was "the pitcher broken at the fountain, the wheel broken at the cistern," but her spirit returned to God who gave it. AUWNNEHWTUN The Faithful Fcrcult Board of Education Stacey Conrad, Walter H. Keller, S, M. 'Wolie, P, B. Edwards, Dr. R. W. loens, Mrs, Evelyn Hill, George Weaver, Walter Deweese. The Board oi Education is composed of prominent business men who take care of the finances ot the city's schools, formulate all school policies, and set up their rules. The Superintendent is ap- pointed by the board and he in turn appoints the teachers With the approval oi the Board. ln this time of National Emergency, the Board has played an important part in the National Defense Training Pro- gram by conducting night classes tor Paqe 26 the city's industrial Workers in the high school industrial arts department. Dr. B. W. Iones is the president oi the Board: Mr. Walter Keller, associ- ated With the Holophane Company, is vice-president. The other members are Mr. George Weaver, manager of the Oil Well Supply, Mr. Stacey Conrad, own- er oi Conrad's Drug Storey and Mr. S. M. Wolie, owner of the Wolie Tire Shop. Mrs. Evelyn Hill is clerk ot the Board. Mr. Vxfalter Deweese is attendance ot- ticer. Superintendent P. B. EDWARDS BS., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University Pcq Page 28 Principal FREW C. BOYD B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University MA., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio State University and Columbia University Vice-Principal GEORGE STOECKMANN BA., Denison University Th.B., Northern Botptist Theological Seminary University oi lllinois Grotcluctte Work ctt University of Wisconsin M.A., Ohio Stotte University Biology UCI l i SARAH S. KRIEG A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University Wells College French German Spanish NELL L. SMITH B.S., Ohio University Miami University Columbia University World History American History P. G. STEINBERGER B.S., Denison University Physics Practical Science Page 30 C. P. SMITH A.B., Ohio Wesleyan Univ. Ohio State University Latin Debate Mathematics FLORENCE BOYD B.S., Ohio University M.A., Ohio State University University ot Wisconsin Modern History PAULINE MCCREARY A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University Latin French ROSA A. PUGH Muskingum College State University Denison University American History Civics Economics B.S., Ohio LAURA E. HOSICK A.B., Denison University .A.M., University ot Chicago American History Civics American History ECOl'1OmiCS 5 I LeROY WILSON , ' . , f ' Bs., B.A., Miami University '- 1- 1 M.A., Ohio State University QI I '. 1, ...fr Economics . I.. . si. Y , ' CiViCS II f 1, I' I American History V----i ,g.1.-..- ---v o. 1. BARNES f B.S., Ohio Wesleyan Univ. F. W. SMITH If If ,,,, Cornell University I I I - 2 fx.- coiumbie University M.A., Qhlo State Umversuy Ohio Wesleyan Ch9Hf1SifY I -1.. "' 1-5?'I:.fi:,:":f"'fi' Biology Practical Science fi :ri5Q,:IIIj::2'IIr:'g-- ' I Business Mathematics 'I I. W. SWANK P1'i.B., Mount Union Wooster College Mathematics G. W. BROWN B.Pd., Franklin College Practical Mathematics Business Mathematics B. W. DORNBIRER B.S. in Iournalism, Ohio State University B.S. in Education, Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University Retail Selling Cooperative retailing . . . ' Q 1 EDNA MAE KEMP V ' ' 'N B.A., Ohio Wesleyan Univ. ' ' ' Sociology : ill Commercial Law ' ' ' X Salesmanship ' ' itil DORIS M. OLPP B.S., ohio saute University . B.S. in Bus, Admr., Bliss Col. ' A - New York University H - Bookkeepiflq X School Treasurer M ?, - Q ,tt .- , , , it PHILIP R. ANDERSON B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University ot Pennsylvania Industrial Arts WILLIAM DODGE ' B.S., om W 1 . , Ohio Stains es eycm Industrial Arts LOYD G. MILLISOR Rochester Normal University Head of Commercial Dept. Typewriting Stenoaraphy Office Machines Lfiziv I ' - -I 'Via MARY L. HUFFMAN 1 - ,' 'iii Bliss Business College ' Columbia University ft ig: O Stenography . V C Typewriting ' " A EDITH MCCAUGHEY B.A. and M.A. at Ohio Wesleyan University Sociology Salesrnanship Commercial Law . I H. c. sr, CLAIR ' 7 'Wooster College g ,gf 5, , B.A., Ohio State University " ' Bookkeeping .3 W 3.1 Stenoqruphv Offlce Mflchmes CHARLES A. ECKERT B.S, in Education, Ohio State University Carnegie Institute of Tech! M.A., Ohio State University HOIOQY Director of Industrial Arts Wharton School, University gnd War Production T,-Gin. ing. FRANCES FISCHER B.S. at Ohio State Universi y Home Economics Dean of Girls Page 31 MAXWELL DOUGLAS B.A., Denison University Ohio State University Basketball Coach 50551 Swiss A Q-I EQ Q6 LJ x . DWIGHT CAMPBELL B.S., Ohio University Cincinnati Conservatory Music Band Director SAMUEL RICHARDSON EDGAR SHERMAN B.S., Ohio State University A.B., Muskingum College Industrial Arts Ohio State University History Athletic Director LUTHER HANSHUE M- g .5 B.S., Wittenberg College ' 1 Ohio State University . History -,gig Economic Geography Football Coach A. B. LONG FLORENCE MYER B.S., Michigan State Normal Denison University University of California M.A., Columbia University Physical Education and Health B.A., Denison University Ohio State University Purdue University Bradley Polytechnic University of Wisconsin Director of Physical Education Health :Q ' CHAS. ALLEN DOWLING, IR M N3 Palace Theater, Circle, Ind. ' C W Ohio and Broad Theater, Co Of I lumbus, Ohio . WFBM Radio Staff Orch. V A Hoaqy Carmichael Band Paqe 32 SAM S' GELFER WENDELL M. IONES glsxtugarif Apphed Music' ES. in Education, Ohio niversity ltxfliligclsland Conservatory oi New Eqqkmd Conservmory Denison Conservatory of Music. . Orchestra Supervisor of Vocal Music if2! i Q7 I I l :tl BEHTHA L. CRILLY BETTY IANE BURRIS Q ' -Z, fbi ' A.B., Denison University B.A., and Dgoloma of Speech, m K' 5 A MA., Ohio State University Muskingum College ' ' ri ,L is Aw wi if , ' English Speech , ' W5 . O Iournalism Dramatics gf L English L 'J V V . i -fa Q , vas GORDON KINGERY ' HELEN LAVIN BA., Denison University MA., Ohio State Ph.B., University of Chicago English English -, MILDRED HAWKE EDWARD STRADLEY C' ,L Ph.B., Denison University B.S., Muskingum College ..,.: , JZ fiff English Ohio University 15,3 4 - V ' Enqush ..,., - ,117 D EUNICE E. THOMAS BLANCHE HILLS A-BA, Ohio Wesleyan I-LB. and M.A., University of M.A., Columbia University Michigan Ohio SYGYG' UTHVSFSUY B.S., Western Reserve Uni- EHCJ1iSh versity Library School Librarian CHARLOTTE HARMAN MARY E. BARNES BSA, Ohio State University Secretary to Principal rt Page 33 The Newark High P. T. A. Standing -A-Mrs. Harlan Tiebout, Mrs. C.-eo. W. Kreitler. Sitting -Mrs. V. A. Showman, Mrs. 'Nilford Butcher, Mr. Frew C. Boyd. The Newark High P. T. A. held loi- monthly meetings during the school year of 1942-43. Early in the fall a drive was conducted which resulted in a membership of 350. The president at- tended the annual convention held at Akron. Two very pleasant teas, one a re- ception for new members and the other a Founder's Day tea, were held. A Ci- vilian Defense committee organized un- der the direction of Newarlds Civilian Defense Council has worked faithfully during the year. A delegation of offi- cers attended the District Conference in Columbus in March. OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR: President ....... ........,.,..,,,,,.,,,........Y,..,,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,.Y, First Vice-President ,.......... Second Vice-President ...... Secretary Y..,....,....,....,.....,. Treasurer .... Page 34 .. . Mrs. Harlan Tiebout Principal Frew C. Boyd Mrs. W. D. Butcher Mrs. V. O. Showman Mrs. George W. Kreitler Courses of Study Languages Latin and three modern languages are offered in the high school. Spanish, German, and French are elective in the junior and senior years onlyg Latin is offered in the sophomore, junior, and senior years. Modern language study stresses the ability to grasp rapidly thought in the foreign language in speech and writ- ing. lt subordinates grammar to the attainment of skill in understanding the language through reading and speak- ing. lncluded is a knowledge of the country and its people as an under- standing of the foreign peoples and their civilization contributes to intelligent citizenship and enlightened opinion in international problems. The cultural aspects generally admitted to be one of the most significant aims of the mod- ern language course. In the three years of senior high- school Latin students study the works of three great Romans: Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil. Special attention this year is being given to Roman life and times and to the contacts of English and Latin. Enrollment in this subject totals ll7, or ll.2'Xi of the total high-school enrollment. Social Science Social Science is a course of study that is vitally important to every Amer- ican boy and girl today. The subjects studied in this course give the pupils knowledge that helps him to understand his country and its problems better. The course will also make him a beiter leader in the solving of these problems in the future. Our country itself is studied from the beginning to the present time in Amer- ican historyg while civics deals with the government of the people living in the United States and its dependencies. The vital problem of earning a living is dis- cussed in economics, and the social life of our people is covered in sociology. ln addition to these subjects there are others that are very important. They are economic geography, general his- tory, and modern history. ln modern history the period of European history beginning with the sixteenth century up to the present time is discussed. This subject forms a very good background for American history. More time is cov- ered in general history as it is a sum- mary of the history of the world from ancient times to modern. There is a difference between the subjects of eco- nomics and economic geography. Eco- nomics deals with the problems of in- come, and economic geography covers the imports and exports of our country compared with those of other countries and with the comparison of their prod- ucts. Current events have become very important in the classes in social sci- ence this year. luniors are taking American history again this year as the students in the eleventh grade did last year. The pres- ent seniors are enrolled in the half-year courses of civics and economics. Next year the juniors will follow their foot- steps again. This plan was new last year and makes it possible for students to get the to credits of Social Science that are necessary for graduation. i l Page 35 Science The science course is divided into three branches: Biology, physics, and chemistry. Biology, generally taken in the sophomore year, aims to increase the students understanding of life in the world he lives in and to teach him to adapt himself to his surroundings or environment. Physics and chemistry are taken either in the junior or senior year. Chemistry deals with the ma- terial compositions and processes in the world about us: while physics is a detailed study of heat, light, sound, electricity, and the mechanics of solids and liquids. ln order to study science in any form the student has to be open minded and be able to see both sides of a question before drawing a conclusion. Mathematics The intention of the mathematics course is to teach students the use of deductive reasoning in the solving of practical problems: in addition, it of- fers them a way to serve their country in future years, for mathematics is an essential to all countries whether they are at war or at peace. The course includes plane and solid geometry, Today's G e o m e t r y, ad- vanced algebra, college algebra, and trigonometry. Plane geometry is the ba- sis ot the high-school mathematics and deals mainly with figures of two dimen- sions. Solid geometry differs from plane geometry in that emphasis is placed on three dimensional figures. ln Today's Geometry, students can learn the princi- Page 33 ples of geometry without the demon- strations. The advanced algebra course is studied with solid geometry and is a continuation of the elementary algebra taught in the junior high schools. ln col- lege algebra, students are taught shorter an easier methods of solving the prin- ciples of advanced algebra. College algebra provides the necessary basis for trigonometry, calculus, and other courses in advanced mathematics. Trigonometry is the highest form of mathematics taugh in high school and pertains to the relations between the sides and angles of triangles. Commercial Courses ln this time of need for well-trained business people, we are especially glad to have in our school a complete com- mercial course. The three years of this course enable the pupil to become thoroughly acquainted with the busi- ness world. In the sophomore year students re- ceive basic training for life in the busi- ness world. This training includes salesmanship, economic geography, business mathematics, and English. As a junior the student receives spe- cialized training in business English, bookkeeping, typing, stenography, and commercial law. ln the senior year the student ac- quires a technical knowledge in the field of his choice. This knowledge is gained through courses in typewriting, bookkeeping, stenography, retail sell- ing, and office machines. The latter course consists of learning to operate the dictaphone, comptometer, Bur- roughs calculator, Monrow calculator, ten key and multiple key adding ma- chines, and the mimeograph machine. A new course, cooperative retailing has been added to the curriculum this year. Thirty picked seniors go to school in the morning and work afternoons and on Saturdays. They have a forty-eight hour week: twenty hours at school and twenty-eight hours at work. Home Economics I-lome economics is one of our import- ant courses because it teaches girls economical homemaking. The girls of Newark high School are realizing its importance and each year the number enrolled in this course becomes larger. Ths year because of the growing in- terest in the subject, a course was of- fered to the seniors. Many problems are studied in the home economics course. Some are the home life of an adolescent: such as, maintaining health and safety, making friends, sharing in certain home activi- ties, and personal and family clothing needs. Also the girls study nutrition, economical buying, and sewing. These problems are studied in I-lome Eco- nomics X, Home Economics Xl, and Home Economics XII. The senior class is different from the other classes in that it is only one period in length and that this period is used in discussion as is true of the oth- er classes of the school. Also the senior girls choose, for the most part, the topics they are interested in studying. Thus, in three years a girl taking the home economics course acquires skill as a home maker and is able to assume the daily tasks and prcblems of home life easily. Industrial Arts At the beginning of this school term, Lieutenant General Brehon B. Somer- vell addressed a large audience of schcol and college officials. They had come to Washington from every state in the Union to learn what the schools can do to help win this war. "We must have specialists-those men who know the fundamentals of electricity, who know automotive me- chanics, who can operate radios, or dismantle carburetors. Without them your army will be an incongruous mass, incapable of attaining an objec- tive. "Our army today is an army of spe- cialists. Out of every one hundred men inducted into the service, sixty-three are assigned to duties requiring specialized training. We are not getting those sixty-three specialists through the in- duction centers. But modern warfare dictates that we must have them." To meet the rising demands of our nation at war our schools have de- veloped a course known as pre-induc- tion training. The Newark High School's Manual Arts Laboratories have, of course, ac- cording to the governments orders, initiated pre-flight and pre-induction training and completely changed the ordinary scholastic schedule. Included in this training are: Funda- mentals of electricity, fundamentals of machines, fundamentals of shopwork, fundamentals of radio, and funda- mentals of automotive mechanics. These courses offer training which is invaluable on the land, in the air, or on the water. Page 37 General Somervell said, "The iob of the schools in this total war is to edu- cate the nation's manpower for war and for the peace that follows. We can lose this total war of the battlefield as a direct result of losing it on the educa- tional front. Education is the backbone of the Army. That was never more true than it is todaywnow. Physical Education The physical education program aims to develop the pupil's character as well as aiding in improving his phys- ical well being. Each student attends two activity periods each week. One out of every four periods is devoted to health and hygiene. During the activity classes the boys participate in numerous sportsy such as basketball, baseball, volleyball, and gymnastics. Two times each week boys who are interested meet in the gym for a physical fitness class. This class is designed to bring the boys into the best possible physical condition: thus, they are not only aiding themselves, but their country by becoming healthier citizens. The girls' classes engage in volley- ball, baseball, and basketball. They practice ping pong, dancing, and bad- minton if they choose. ln the health classes the students learn the general health rules which are necessary to personal welfare. By the application of these health rules, they are able to complete mental and physicial developments and also to improve the environment in the school and the community. Students may also study first-aid. This is essential be- cause a knowledge of first-aid may save the life of some person in a dis- aster. Music The band and orchestra serve a dou- ble purpose: first, to provide musical entertainment to the student body, sec- ondly, to offer an opportunity to the members to acquire greater knowledge and more appreciation for finer music. The orchestra meets the seventh period Monday and Wednesday to pre- pare various selections for chapel pro- grams or for other occasions which might arise. Some of their favorite pieces are "Tales from Vienna Woods," "Poem", "Light Cavalry." These are just a few of the many compositions they learn. For chapel programs alone they have especially prepared ten marches. The band members meet Tuesday and Friday the seventh period to re- hearse the pieces that they play at foot- ball and basketball games, and also to prepare themselves for the annual band concert given in May. During the football season they march out to White's stadium Where they practice their various formations, some of these are U.S.A., N.H.S., and Dad. Some of the pieces that the band learns are "Marines Hymn," "Barnum and Bailey March," "White Cliffs of Dover." These are but a few of the band's large repertory. The third important part of the music department is the Glee Club. This is an Page 38 organization of girls to offer entertain- ment to the student body and the pub- lic. The membership consists of one hundred girls. The Glee Club offered several con- certs the past year which were received enthusiastically by the students. Some of the selections which they have pre- pared include: The Lord's Prayer by Mallat, Dona Nobis Pacem an llth Cen- tury melody, The Bell by Rachmaninoff, Glannina by Friml. Solos have been given by Ann Douglass and Vivien Kendricks. English The study of English is so important to the development of the student that it forms a major part of the curriculum for twelve years. More important than ever is the English course in this time of War. This year, in cooperation with the Army and governmental sugges- tions, the English department is stress- ing the four methods of communication: speaking, reading, writing, and listen- ing. From the "High Schcol Victory Corps" a pamphlet distributed by the United States Office of Education, is quoted the following: "EnglisheBoth formal courses and informal service activities need now to be redirected for wartime citizenship training. Special emphasis must be placed in English courses upon the de- velopment of fundamental reading skills: upon clear, correct, and concise oral and written expression. The lit- erature of patriotism and American idealism, of current events and war problems, should find its Way in larger measure into the English course." ln accordance with this suggestion, the English teachers have arranged a class in remedial reading. Tests were given in reading speed and compre- hension: these tests were followed by daily instruction to improve skills in reading. ln all classes increased em- phasis was placed on drill in spelling and practice in oral and written compo- sition. In tlte sophomore year the student receives training in the principles of grammar as well as composition both written and oral. Literature is divided into a study of many types: short story, play, pcetry, and novel. lunior English is a review of gram- mar accompanied by a study of the writings of .American authors, a play by Shakespeare, a long poem, and a novel. ln the senior year, English is required of the college preparatory students. The students receive further instruction in the theory and use of grammar and pursue a course in English Literature by mcans of an anthology of English prose and poetry. Collateral reading, with emphasis upon the novel, and two long papers are required. An elective course, General English, is also offered to seniors. This course includes mod- ern literature, American and English, and oral and written composition. The Business English course of the junior year is adapted to the needs of the Commercial students. The course consists of a study of English usage, American literature, and practice in lrusiness letter writing. These subjects give the student adequate tools for im- Paqe 39 mediate use and for future vocational needs. Industrial English is the course pro- vided for the Industrial Arts students in the junior year. Emphasis is placed on spelling, comprehension of reading matter, and composition which is based on Vocational needs. Also under the English Department are speech and dramatics. The speech course includes the different types of speeches, platform behavior, two long speeches, by English and American orators, a long declamation, a voice re- cording, and participation in making announcements over the public address system. The study of dramatics in- cludes interpretive readings, choral reading, history of the drama, the struc- ture of plays, make-up, the making of model stages, and written projects. lournalism is a course offered to juniors and seniors which gives oppor- tunity for creative writing on the staff of the school paper. This year the course provided extensive work in learning to read a newspaper and in improvement in vocabulary. This class performs a service for the High School in producing the weekly paper, the Reveille News. Page 40 SUSSSTS The Studious Under Clcrssmen The Thoughtful Senior 1942 Prize Awards The three most outstanding students of 1942, whose names appeared ire- quently in the award citations were: Ruth E. Andereqq, lOhn Louis Derring, and Regina Campbell. Ruth Anderegg received the S25 Wil- liam E. and Annie S. Miller English prize, stood at the head ot the list of those named to the National Honor So- ciety and received the Miami Univer- sity scholarship, a full tuition two-year award, as a result ot her high standing in the state scholarship examinations. john Deering was awarded the Theo- dore Roosevelt History prize, w a s named to the National Honor Society and also received the Latin Medal, pre- sented by the Zeta chapter ot Eta Sig- ma Phi, classical honorary society ot Denison University. The French prize, for excellence in French, was awarded to Regena Camp- bell. She also was awarded the Theo- dore Roosevelt History prize and was named to the National Honor Society. The Leland Baxter Ir. award in jour- nalism went to Carl Simpson and Susan Martin. To obtain this merit the student must have done outstanding Page 42 work in journalismg must have an aver- age rating in other subjects, complete the college preparatory course and be enrolled in journalism during his junior and senior years in high school. To Evenes Marie Stanley and Ruth lane Fields was given the Commerce award for their excellent work in the commercial course during the year. The National Forensic League award was given to three different students: Henry Hook, William Hall and Mary Lee Hathaway. One hundred and titty points are necessary in order to receive this distinction. For her outstanding work in dra- matics, the Florence King Trophy was given to Shirley lane Spencer. Henry Lynn Hook, named as the outstanding student on the basis of scholarship and leadership was pre- sented with the Harvard Cup. This award is given each year to the best all-round boy and to encourage atten- dance at Harvard. To the best graduating athlete, Rob- ert Iames Smith, was presented the athletic trophy. A Senior Class Officers VICE-PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Betty Hall Earle Qrr TREASURER SECRETARY Donald McCucdsk'y' Mary Lou Ieffers PQ43 K.. . 1 K' 1 Airesman. Phyllis Earleen "The reason gentlemen fer blondes." pre- Dizzy Dilemma - Man, in general. "Phyl" was on Stude '43, G. C. '41, Bike Cl nt C. , '41, '42, Vice-pres. '43, G. R. 41, '42, '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43. ' 51-no I. :..' ,. Andrews. Robert Girard "A clever fellow, a pleasant companion." Dizzy Dilemma - Retelling the teachers' jokes. "Andy" was in Soph., Ir., '42 Sr. I-li-Y, Bike Cl. '41, '43, and a member o iunsen Staff '43, f soi Iliff s.. - ' I .,g,.., ,, Abbott. Charles "A clear conscience is a clear card." Dizzy Dilemma - "Bang- Bang!" "Chuck" has been in "N" Club. '41, '42, '43, Science Cl., '43, Treas. ot Hm. Rm. '41, Bike Cl., '41, Pres, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '42. He played Res. Bask'b '41, C. C. Sq. '41, '42 6 Tr. '41 '42 the Sq. , . U- . Anderson. Chester W. "Bashtul but a good sport tor a' that." Dizzy Dilemma - Middle Name. "Chet" was in Mod. Lang. Cl. '42, '43, Sc. Cl. '43, played Res. Foot'b '41, and intramural basketball '43. 1 Arensberg. Phyllis Rose "A delightful friehd and companion." K Dizzy DilemmaAThe butch- er, the "Baker" the candle- stickmaker. "Pill" was in G. R. '41, '43, N. C. C. '42, Presi- dent '43, Bike Club '41, '42, '43, a member of the Band '41, on the R. C. C. '43, 6- in the Ir. Ret. tl. '43, 3f.'L-'1f7o o Abbott. Mary Ellen "Oh, this learning, what a thing it is." Dizzy Dilemma-People who try my patience. "Abbie" was in Student C. '41, '42, 43, Mod. Lang., '42, '43: Coll. Cl. Pres., '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, Vice Pres. oi Hm. Rm. '42, '43: and G. R. '41, '42. B . Anderson. Shirley lean "Mischievous and merry." Dizzy Dilemma - Making up excuses to get out on school nights. "Sugar" belonged to the Bike Cl. '42, '43. Q Ashley. Robert Duane "My aim is quite fair-my speed isn't slow." Dizzy Dilemma - Dramat- ics KC. B.-B. I.-B. A.J. "Ash" was in Soph. Hi'Y, '41, Sc. Cl. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Intra-bask'b, '41, '42. K1 Alspach. Iunior "One Whose life glides on like a river." Dizzy Dilemma-Lucus and his dead rabbits. "Cowboy" played base- ball '4l, '42, '43, and Intro. Basketball '41, '42, '43. Applegate. Glenn Carl "He takes things easy as he can." Dizzy DilemmaATrying to find my way out of Lan- caster? ? ? "Apple" was in Sr. Hi-Y, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Ag. '43, and lr. Hi-Y Ballinger. leanne Evelyn "Firm in principle, depend- able in character." Dizzy Dilemma-Hey, Red, what's the color oi your hair? fl-li, Butch!J. "Red" was in G. C. '4l, '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42. FQ Beaver. Barbara Anne "l and the other folks get along fine, they have their likes and I have mine." Dizzy Dilemma - It's "two" peaceful in the country fl'li, Adelaidel. "Barb" was in the Mod. Lang, Cl. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '41, '42, 5 Bus. St. '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Baker. Richard Price "A courteous and consider- ate gentleman." Dizzy Dilemma - The state of the American farmer. "Bake" was in Deb. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Soph., Ir., Hi-Y, Class play '42, Coll. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '42, I-lm. Rm. Pres. '42, 6- Bus. St. '43. Barton, Clare Hall "What if he is just full ot fun, you can't say that of every one." Dizzy Dilernma4The morn- ing after the night before 1Weston'P. A.-McCartneyJ. "Red" belonged to Sen. tlfli-Y, Mod. Dram. Cl. , , , Science Cl. '42, Coll. Cl. '43, Band '39, '40, '41, '42, '43, :Sf orch '42, '43. Lang, '43, '43, '41 '42 '43' ll Beckham, Shirley "With thee silence is pain." Dizzy Dilemma - Fellows joining the Navy. "Boots" was in the,Sales Organization '43. .1 H V ,JB if Baker. Robert Kenneth Persistently good natured." Dizzy Dilemma - Gasoline ind Tire Rationing and P. "Bake" was a member of the Bike Club in '41, '42, '43, and Ir. Retailer's Club in '43. 1? Barber, Donald , "Happy and carefree." I ' 1 , - 4 Dizzy Dilemma - Not be- , up ing able to find Hiram and . George. , -n fr "Don" was in the Bike V Club in '41, '42, the Band 1 '41, '42, '43, Orch. '41, '42, Ir. Retailers Cl. vice-pres. -t ' ' . '43- iwitj ' G Baughman. E. Gail "A happy go lucky fellow iull of fun." Dizzy Dilemma - Home- work and women. "Curley" was a member of3the Ir. Retailers Club in '4 Beckman, George Roy "Cooperative and industri- ous." Dizzy Dilemma - People who say, "I don't care." "Becky" was in Dram. C1. '42, '43, Soph., lr., and Sen. Hi-Y, Bike Cl. '42, '43, Rm. Agm. '41, Boys' Base'b '41, '43, lntra Bask'b '41, '42, '43. C352-2,2 Bebout, Dorothy Elaine "Modest and frank." Dizzy Dilemma-Shh-lt's a military secret! , "Dottie' was in R. C. C. '41, '42, '43, 'N. C. C. '42, Sec. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, and Rm. A. G. '43. 357-9987 Page 45 -e ee. e- 4 Lf' W . . 2. Berry. leanne Louise H , Ai peace wit hthe wor1d.' Dizzy Dilemma S "Teddy." "Foxie" was in Mod. Lang. Cl. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '43, Bike cl. '42', '4s. 'Sf HQ! H sz. S. J' I 'S Blizzard. Ruth "All who joy would win must share it." Dizzy Dilemma - Feeding lack Bickel animal crack- ers. "Shortie" was in the G. C. '43, played Girls' Base'b '42, '43, BaSk'b '43, Vol- 1ey'b '43. -Page 46 -nv 5, -v- Eermer, Allred Franklin "Dependability itself. Dizzy Dilemma - Listening to Elmer Gail Baughman talk about the girls. "Frank." in Billinqsly. lack "Gifted with the art of mak- ing friends." Dizzy Dilemma - Virginia and Duke. "Acid" was in Dram. Cl. '43, G. C. '41 fat Lancasierj, Ir. and Sen. Hi-Y, Class Play '43, Bike Cl. '43, Res. Bask'b '43, Tr. Sq. '43 KLanc.l. Boylan. Iohn M. "He is at no end ot his ac- tions." Dizzy Dilemma - History teachers. "Iohnnie" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42 and '43. . l Bennett. Dale Harrison "Enters into fun with verve and abandon." Dizzy Dilemma - Not be- ing able to find "George." "Chicken" was in the Sales Orqa. in '41, and Ir, Retailers Club in '43. il Blizzard, Dorothy Elizabeth "Sunny as the summer skies." Dizzy Dilemma - Making hoi-doa sandwiches for iootball games. "Dot" was in the Glee Cl. '43 1 r' .ri 4,. , ,Q , 2 1 Branham Eula Mae "She is wise who talks but little." Dizzy Dilemma - Going to bed early. "Blondie" played Girls' base'b '43, Bask'ball '43, and Voll. ball '43. LA li Bickel. Iohn Andrew "He's a bit of a wolf, but what of it, the girls all know it but they love ii." Dizzy Dilemma - Playing Coshocton at Coshocton. "lack" was in the "N" Cl. '42, '43, Sen. Hi-Y, Hm, Rm. Pres. '41, Treas. '42, Treas. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, he played base'b '41, Res. Bask'b '41, Vars. Bask'b '42, '43, Vars. foot'b '41, '42, '43, Was on track sq. '42, '43, Pres. oi class '41, '42. Bonar, Eleanor Eileen "An understanding pal." Dizzy Dilemma W Watching Dorothea's elastic h air shrink on rainy days. "Boney" was in the Coll, Cl. '43, G. C. '41, '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Sec. '43, Hm. Rm. Sec. '42, '43. Butts. Forest Richard "He'll iiddle his way through life." Dizzy Dilemma -The draft situation. "Dicky" Was a member of the band '41, '42, '43, Orch. '41, '42, '43, nd Ir. Retail- ers, '43. Cavendish. George Henry "When I have nothing to say, l say nothing." Dizzy Dilemma - Waiting for school to get out! "Ornery" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, and Sales Org. '43. tl I ,, .4 ,4- N Brooke, Robert Wayne "He's a charitable, open- hearted fellow. Dizzy Dilemma - Listening to Iameson's cracks and jokes about Harry. "Brooksie" was in Dram. Cl. '43, Hm. Rm. Of. '41, Bike Cl. '41, Bas'b '41, ln- tra. Bas'k '41, '42, '43. ti Carey, Maud Elizabeth "Intellectual ideas, youthful qaiety, and happy spirit, that's Elizabeth." Dizzy Dilemma - "Dill" pickles, the Three "M's"e especially Longfellow, Mar- tin Jewelry. "Kinny" was in the Mod. Lana. Cl. '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, F. C. '41, '42, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Plays: You Can't Take lt With You and Nite of Ian. 16, K. C. '41, Bike Cl. '43, Girls' Bask'b and Voll'b '41, '43, Music Lover's Cl. ' D Chidester. Patsy "A girl with a purse." Dizzy Dilemma - Freckles. "Pat" was in Coll. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '43, Treas. '43, and G. R. '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. Butcher. Frances Louise "Gives her th o u q ht no tongue." Dizzy Dilemma W That pes- simistic character with red hair! fHi-Ieannel "Butch" or "Boots" was on the R. C. C. '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, N, C. C. '43, Treas. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, G. C. '43, Band '41, G. C. '43. Catt. Harold "A chap who will make his Work." Dizzy Dilemma - Monday Mornings. "Puss' Was in the Mod. Lang. Cl. '42, '43, and ln- tra. Back'b. '42, '43. Chilcote. Adelaide Anne "Chatterbox" Dizzy Dilemma - 1t's "two" noisy in the city tl-li, Barblj. "Pidge'n Brown" was in Mod. Lang. Cl. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Hm. Rm. Sec. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Bus. St '42 '43 ?5W 07" . D . g' 52. Y, V. if - . 2 1 ii 1 ,Q , : 5 . 6' ., .. ,,, rg, , "" V- .- .,.E E ,..,,.,. 1. yi H Campbell, E. George "A jolly and ambitious fel- loW." Dizzy Dilemma - Walter Conner's tardiness 175 timesj "Sonny" p 1 a y e cl Intr. hask'b '41, '42, '43. Chan. Gim Pong "Sincere and friendly to al1." Dizzy Dilemma - "I got plenty of nothin'." "lim" was in Science Cl. '42, '43. Paqe47 --V I fl, CooI:ley,. Bernard 'A good sport to everyone." Dizzy Dilemma - Playing baseball. "Coke" played Base'b '41, '42, '43, intra. Bask'b '42. iii? ., 1' f ' D Corder Mary Ellen if . "Happy and carefree yet se- rious When needs to be." Eiizy Dilemma-My Sailor 1 . "Myrt" belonged to G. R '41, '43, rumor Retailers '43, and Cheering Squad in '4l. 8o3f ' sw - avg-7'2f' Page 48 Y 416, , Gay' Frank Myron Clay. Robert Lewis mitlerxltligngvcignxes 'O 'he "A remarkable, clean-cut ' boy." Dizzy Dilemma f Trying to pass the Algebra course. "Frankie" was in the Soph. Dizzy Dilemma-The pres- ent school hours. "Bob" was in the Bike Cl. lr. and Sen. Hi-Y: SC. Cl. 142, and Sales Orq. '43 '41, and Intra. Bask't '41, Connor, Lewis Arthur "A boy with a number of interests." Dizzy Dilemma 7 Monday mornings. "Louie" was in Sales Org. '43, and Mimeogrzrpli '43, Cramer, lean E. , .,.,, . ,, ,,. . c.A ...: , ...Simi Cooperrider, Carl Cecil "On his experience all his friends depend." Dizzy Dilemma - "Dutch Campbell's R's." "Coop" was in the "N" Cl, '43, Soph. Hi-Y, Vice Pres. Iunior Hi-Y '42, Sec. oi Sen. Hi-Y '43, l-lm Rm. Pres. '41, Treas. '42, Vars. Foot'b '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. Cullison. Paul Barton "Carefree and pleasure lov- "A very pleasant person ,O mg- know." DEZZY Dilemmfl-"RO59"', Dizzy Dilemma v Afternoon lean was in G. R. 41, shows. 42, Bike Cl, '42, and Mirn. "Doc." St. '42, '43. Cochran. Wills Edwin "He does much without say- ing much." Dizzy Dilemma-The Best tunes oi all Move to Car- negie Hall. "Willie" was in the Nat. H. Sc. '42, 43, and Mime- ograph St. '43. t Coyne. Iames Clifton "Good nature is his middle name." Dizzy Dilemma-Teaching Phil drafting. "Curles" was in the Sc. Cl. '41, Hm. Rm. '41, '42, Intra. Bask'b '41, '42, '43, Track Sq. '42, Base'b '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42. D Davidson. lean "The girl who loves and laughs is sure to do Well." Dizzy Dilemma-That man in the Army. x "lean" was in Mod. Lang. Cl. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43: G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Hm. Rm. Vice Pres. '41, Bike Cl. '41, 42, and Cheering Leader 41, '42, '43. D Day. Richard "Works steadily by jerks." Dizzy Dilemma - My ineffi- cient associate CHi, Melva lanel. "Dick" was on Stud. Cl. Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Cl. '43, Ir. and Sen. Hi-Y, Pres. Hm. Rm. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42' Hm. Rm. Ag. '41, Re! veins st. '42, Editor '43: Class Play '42, and "Stray Cats." v Culver. Cora lean "Guaranteed to be a good sport." Dizzy DilemmaYA certain doctor. "Corky" belonged to Ir. Retailers in '43. Davis, Margie Iune "A delightful, friendly com- panionf' Dizzy Dilemma - Being Called Duchess 1Hi, Waynel. "Duchess" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, G. Y. A. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl, '43. D Derringer.. Robert Glen "Consummate ease and nat- uralness always." Dizzy Dilemma--A gay liie or none at all! "Bob" was in Sen. Hi4Y '43, Bike Cl. '42, Ir. Hi-Y 42, and Sales Org. '42, '43. ,I -4 f ..t 1 . up Darling. Eileen "Peppy and ready to go." Dizzy Dilemma - People calling me darling and not meaning it. "Darling" was in G. R. '41, Ir. Retailers '43, and Cheering Squad '4l. Davis. Wayne W. "A dependable and capable chap, whose interests are diversified." Dizzy Dilemma - Rice's blood-thirsty whoops heard in the halls of N. H. S. "Shadrack" belonged to Mod. Lang. '43, Sc. Cl. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Ir. Hi-Y '42, Base'b '42, '43, Res. Foot'b. '41, '42. " ' A Dodd. Dorothea A. "Quiet appearing disclosing no clue ot the merry nature known to but few." Dizzy Dilemma-Know any gossip? "DOity" '42, '43, A. '43, Ag. '43, Orch. '42, Nat. H. Sc. '43. lHi, Boneyl. was in Dram. Cl. Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. G. R, '41, '42, Rm. D Davidson. Sara Lucille "She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye." Dizzy Dilemma-"Padidd1e" "Lassie" was on the H. C. C. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. R. '41, '42, Serg. at Arms '43, and Hm. Rm. Ag. '43, N. C. C. '42, Vice Pres. '43, 5TOLt3' Y 1 3l3'l75"6a" Del Cecato, Pete "An agreeable young op- timist. Dizzy Dilemma - Listening to a certain person and his tall stories. "Del" was Hm. Rm. Treas. '43, and played Intra Bask'b '4l, '42. Page 49 ,- L.. 13379 Conscientious and loyal." Dizzy Dilemma - Staying home two nights in a row flmpossiblel. "Libby" Was in G. R. '41, '42, Sales Org. '43. 3wLf'7-9 Eiiinger. William Charles "Life is never monotonous When one's interests are so varied." Dizzy Dilemma-Getting up at 4:00 a.. m. Sat. to work! "Bill" was in Coll. Cl. '43, Seri. Hi-Y '43, Band '40, Orch. '42. K. Page 50 To l Dorsey, Barbara Ieanne "Many a noble soul is hid- den by a quiet exterior." Dizzy Dilemma-Keeping in the business of keeping everybody happy. "Dorse" was in G. C. '41, '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Rm. Ag. '42, Alignual St. '42, Girls' Base'b Dunn, Richard "One who lives up to the full measure ot athlete and oi man." Dizzy Dilemma-Shake pal! KI-li, Mary A1-ml. "Hel-Lo-is." "Dick" was in Band '41, '42, Hm. Or. '41, Bus. St. '41, Res. Foot'b. '41, Vars- ity Foot'b. '42, lntra. Bask'b. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41. R Finkbone, Marilyn "Her intellect is the delight of the teachers." Dizzy Dilemma - Cookin' with gas on the front burn- er! lHi, Snipej "Finkie" was in Stud. Council '42, and Sec. '43, Mod. Lang. '42, Pres. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43, G. Y. A. '42, Vice Pres. '43, G. R. '41, Corres. Sec. '42, l-lm. Rm. Sec. '43, Rm. Aq. '41, Girls' Bccsk'b. '41. Douglass, Anne "Style she ,has and good looks, too." Dizzy Dilemma - Being called "Red." "TorchYk'xWas in Mod. Lflnq. '43, Dram. Cl. '43, Coll. cl. '43, G. c, '42, '43, Reveille St. 43, G. Y. A. '43, G. R. '43, Scribblers Cl. SSC- '43i K. C. '42, and Mus. App. '43. D Eclelierry, Elileen "A true blue pal." Dizzy Dilemma-Can't get up in the morning! "Eckie" was in G. C. '41, '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Bike Cl. '42. 1 2.1 Af, Fisher, Anna Mae "A true friend, kind and considerate." Dizzy Dilemma-A little bit "south" of "North Cara- lina." "Annie" belonged to G. C, in '42, and Ir. Ret. in '43. X . 1 ,K Duncan, Carol lean "Dumbo and Slats." Dizzy Dilemma - "Cookin' with gas on the front burn- er." fHi, Finkie.l "Snipe" was in Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, Sec. '43, Bus. St, '43, G. A. Cl. '42, 1-lm, Rm. Pres. '41, Pres. '42, Vice Pres. '43, Nat. H. Sc. Pres. '43. Fields, Carl Raymond "A good scout on all occa- sions." Dizzy Dilemma - Eitiinger walking home with Miss Crilly. "Ace" was on Stud. Cl. '41, '42, 43, Pres. Hm. Rm. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Rm. Ag. '41, Ir. Hi-Y '42, Boys' Base'b. '41, '42, lntra. Bask'b. '42, Res. Bask'b. '41, Nat. H. Sc. '43. ,.-52 v Flannigan, Iames B. "I like school!-all but the classes." Dizzy DilemmafDances. "lim" was in Stud. Coun., Treas. '43, Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Coll. Cl.. '43, Soph, Hi-Y Treas. '41, Ir. Hi-Y Treas. '42, Sen. Hi-Y Treas. '43: Nat. H. Sc. '43. D . Fraley. Mae Caroline "An honest - to - goodness friend." Dizzy Dilemma-Transcrip- tions cmd shorthand. "Carolyn" was on the Mim. Staff '42, '43. Fredritz. Geraldine Lois "Ever cheerful and accom- mandating." Dizzy Dilemma-Five days a week. "Ierry" was in Mod Lang. Lib. Cl. '42, Coll. Cl. '42, Cl. '43, G. R. '42, '43, Band '41, '42, Orch. '41, 42, Nat. H. SC. '43. , Frey, Betty Ruth -- "Full of fun, a pleasant companion." I Dizzy Dilemma-My nick- ' ., name. . ' ' - "Batty" was G. R. '41, A, , 4 1412, '43, Band '41, '42, '43, , ' ' ' "ff im. St. 43. E: 2 C ulke, Mary A "A lovely companion of qoodness, truth and aifec- tionate understanding." Dizzy Dilemma-Shake pal! fHi, Dick.J "Shorty" was in Mod. Lang. '43, G. Y. A. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '43. nn fg5-' 17" Forbes. Athena Mae Earnest in all she does." Dizzy Dilemma-I Had the Craziest Dream, "Goddess" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, G. Y. A. '43, G. R. '41, '43. Frazier. Mary Elizabeth "We haven't known her for long, but we like her." Dizzy Dilemma 4 Being called muscles! "Muscles" came from Oak Park, Ill., and was in the Coll. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '43. A x iz V Frankenberyl Richard "Likes others and is like- able." Dizzy Dilemma - Silly sophomores sighing soul- fullyatsophisticated seniors. "Dick" was Varsity foot- ball manaqer '41, intra. Bask'b. '43. CJLMJJ Irizzell, Dorothy Lorain "Quite a self determined person." Dizzy Dilemma-A certain soldier boy whose initials are C. S. Url - "Frizzey" was in the Bike Cl. '41, and Ir. Ret. Club .7 LP- Fulton, Mary Louise "Radiates an air of quiet efficiency." Dizzy Dilemma-A pen that leaks and no spot-off. Mary Louise was in the Bcgnd '41, '42, '43, Mim. St. '4 . Puqesi I V ...pf-.. -Lv Galbraith. Dale Leland "Why aren't they tented like me?" Dizzy Dilemma-Not getting out ot school till 4:30. "Deacon", was in Soph. Ir. and Sr. Hi-Y, Sales Org. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Rm. Agt. '43, Orch. '42, '43, Band '41, '42, lntra. Bask'b '41, Mimeograph Staff '43. all con- Garee. George Thomas "An earnest, straightforward man." Dizzy Dilemma - Anything goes. "Tommy. U . ' slap? '. . "lf lf' Good. Mariorie Lucille if . ' "Amiable and friendly to , ' 4 ,F ,, all." 1 V. Dizzy Dilemma - B e i n g . , called "muscles." ' ' , "Margie" was on Mim. St. , 1 , ' , ':. "EQ Q. '42, played Girls' bask'b. QQ- ' ' ' J '41, '42, '43, and Girls voll'b '41, '42, '43. D Gordon. Oscar M. "An alert sense of humor." Dizzy Dilemma - Waiting to enter the Marine Air Corps. 'Doc" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42. Haley. Mary Kathaleen "Now grave, now gay, but never dull." Dizzy Dilemma - B e tty and Ray Cl-li, Billll. "Katie" was Hm. Rm. Pres. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '42, Band '41, '42, '43, Hock. '43, Girls' base'b '41, '42, '43, Girls' bask'b '42 '43, Voll'b '43, Mimeo. 1 1 St. 43. Paqe..52 Garapedian. Leo "Friends speak for the man, and he has a host of them." Dizzy Dilemma-Gotta cut down, gotta cut down! I "Lee" was in the Deb. Cl. '41, '42, Dram. Cl. Serg. at arms '43, Sc. Cl. '43, Coll, Cl. '43, Rev. St. '43, Class Plays "Stray Cats," "Can't Take lt With You,', Band '41, Intra. bask'b. '42, Ten- nis '41, '42, '43. Goodwin. Lewis "No man is born without worldly desires." Dizzy Dilemma -- Blondes, Brunettes, Red Heads, and Peroxides. "Louie" made his presence known in Mod. Lang., Treas. '43, Soph., Ir., and Sen. Hi-Y, Sc. Cl. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Blind, '43, Annual St. '42, Hall. Betty Louise "Praises won't spoil her." Dizzy Dilemma - Keeping Katy contented. "Bet" was in G. Y. A. '42, '43, Bus. St. '43, Mim. St. '43, Hm. Rm. Treas. '42, Girls' base'b. '42, '43, bask'b '42, Voll'b '42, '43, Hockey '42, '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. Gentile. Franklin Iosepli "A most genial friend." Dizzy Dilemma-Oak Park, Illinois fl-li, Marylj. "Frankie" or "Gentle" was was on the Bus. St. '43, played Intra bask'b. '42: and was in the Band '41, '42, '43, Mimeograph Stall '43. aas. Marguerite Ellen "Quiet, but not too quiet to be a friend." Dizzy Dilemma - My younger brother. "Peggy" was in Mod. Lang. '42, G1. Cl, '40, '4l. 3 Lf5:L77 Harris. Betty "One whom it is a pleasure to be near." Dizzy Dilemma-Gym class. "Bet" was in Mod. Lang. '41, '42, Coll. Cl. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43. I9 f up If -6 1 lv Hallisy. Robert Louis "Always ready for fun." Huluczik, Iohn Dizzy Dilemma - McElroy Deeds' not Words' the beautiful. Dizzy Dilemma - Goinq to "Peewee" was in the Bird school, Cl- '41, '42: ViCGAP1'9S.. '43: "SnuHy" played lntra. Ft'ball usher '41, '42, '43, bqgldb '41, '42, Intra. Bask'ball '41, '42. Harris, Nora Lee "A laugh as merry as her disposition." Dizzy Dilemma - Keeping an eye on "Wilber." "Nody" was in N.C.C. '42. Harris.. William "Earnest and industrious." Dizzy Dilemma - Waiting for the draft. "Bill" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42, Salesmanship or- ganization '42, '43, Hams. Paul Richard Hams' Rmb 1. , . "Merry and gay whether at Sgchsyl all say hes a ,olly Work or at play., 1 . . Dizzy Dilemma - Being a 55E?g1D"emmG - Gomq to senior and not a sophomore. ..DicE,, "Ruthie" was in G. Y, A. ' '43' G. R. '41, '42, Bike Cl D f I 41, 42 ' , Band '41, '42, '43 "Work first then Dizzy Dilemma-I get so tired of being fsodal. "Russ' was Hm. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Intramural Bask'b '43. rest." a jerk - Rm. Treas. Haycock, Russell Icxmes Haynes' Dale "Honest and above board," Dizzy Dilemma - Broken drum heads. "Joe" was in Soph., Ir., Sen. Ag, '42, '41, '43, Hi-Y, Bike Cl. '42, Rm. '41, Band '39, '40, '4l '43, Res. bask'b managi Vars. bask'b mgr. '42, "N" Club '43. Hay. Ianice "A jolly brunette with laughing eyes." Dizzy Dilemma - What's the score fHi, Lindall. "Iam" was in Deb. Cl. '41, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Hm. Rm. Pres., '42, Bus. St. '41, '43, Cheer- leader '41, '42, '43. lj Page 53 . ..- N.. J ef eb Hitchcock, Stanley Ray "Slow but sure." Dizzy Dilemma - Avoiding school to go hunting. "Stan." Hideq Betty Iane "Success is formed in the soul of you." Dizzy Dilemma - Shall 1 trust him in California lHi, Bobll. "Heide" was in G. Y. A. '42, '43, l-lm. Rm. pres., '437 Rm. Ag. '41, '43, 'Baggi '41, '42, '43, Girls' bask "41, '42, '43, fVolley"b '41, '42, baseb'll '42, '43. 'fo 'h...1,.3af37" 2f+Lf+v55 ' JKQMD 1071" ' Holler. Charlotte "Her philosophy is never to look on the dark side of life." Dizzy Dilemma - Wright and Hinger. "l-link" was in G. R. '42, '43, Girls' base'b '42, '43, Bask'b '42, '43, Vo1l'b '42, '43, 1-lock. '42, '43. P,Low36C'C C0 Hollister. Iune Frances "A girl with a smile is a girl Worth While." '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, 'Iunie" was in Dram. Cl. G. C. '41, '42, play, '42, Prop. Mgr. "Night of Ian. l6th," Mod. Lang. Cl. '43. Page 54 Hoskinson. Revo lune "A brunette among bru- nettesf' Dizzy Dilemma - That "thing" called a Ford. "Toodie" was in Deb. Cl. '41, '42, Dram. Cl. '42, Sec. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, G. R. '41, Hm. Rm. Vice-pres. '43, Vice-pres. '42, Treas. '43, Class play '42, and Bus. St. '41, Mas- que and Gavel '43. F F: - .X I-linger. Iuanita Mae "For she's a jolly good tel- low-Her school mates all declare." Dizzy Dilemma - "Hinkie" Wright and I. N. "Blondie" was on the Mim. St. '43, Rm. Ag. '43, G. R. '41, Girls' base'b '41, '42, '43, Bask'b '41, '42, '43, Voll'b '41, '42, '43, Hock. '41, '42, '43. ' sw Haque. William Howard "A smiling young man of in- dividual type." Dizzy Dilemma - Finding a "Flicker" Barb hasn't seen. "Hoagy" or "Bill" was Sec. of Soph. Hi-Y in '41 and belonged to Ir. Hi-Y in '42, Sen. Hi-Y '43, and Band '41, '42, '43, Orch. '41, '42: Bike Cl. '42, was active in Boys' baseball '41, '42, '43, lntra Basketball '41, '42, '43, on the Track Squad '41, manag .'42, and in Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. KX Hollinger.. Richard "Quiet and reticent in man- Def. Dizzy Dilemma - Can't make up my mind. "Dick" was in the Bird Cl. '41, '42, Scribblers Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '41, Hodqe. Lois "Known for her constancy of purpose." Dizzy Dilemma - 1 Dunno. "Lois" was a member of G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '43, Sec. oi Home Rm. in '42, V-Pres. of I-lm. Rm. '43, in Bike Cl. '41, '42, Bus. Sta. '41 and '42, G. Bask'b '41, and Ir. Het. Club '43. Holmok. Frank Edward "A good fellow among his friends, rivals a sheik in looks." Dizzy Dilemma - Having to do something on time. "Ed" was in "N" Cl. '43: Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '40, '41, '42, Res. bask'b '42, Res. foot'b '42, Vars Foot'h '43, Track Sq. '41, '42, '43. oward, Mary Alice "Pep makes the World go round." Dizzy Dilemma-Pittsburgh Pastirne Club. "Fanny" was on R. C. C. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Scribb. Cl. '43, Girls' Arch. Cl. '42, N. C. C. '43, Bike Cl. '41, Bus. St. '41, Voll'b '43. 171W-Irma?" Elon., 3"-:twt F5 Huber. Charles Embrey "All's well that ends well." Dizzy Dilemma -- Trying to get up five minutes earlier in the morning. "Sonny" played base'b '41 up , .4- 3. .4 Howes, lanice Katherine "Of such are true friends made." Dizzy Dilemma - "When the lights go on again all over the World." "Ianny" was in G. C. '41, '42, G. H. '41, '42, '43, Room Agent '43, Girls' Vol- ley'b '41, '42, Hockey '41, '42, N. C. C. '42, and Ir. Ret, Cl. '42, Secretary '43. gp- Huilman, Paul "Ca1m, cool, and collected." Dizzy Dilemma - Comina to school on cz rainy day. "Huffy" was Hm. Rm. Treas, '41 and Band '41, '42, lr. l-li-Y Sales Org. '43. D , 6 Lh ,4 Hun. charles "Never troubles Work, till work troubles him." Dizzy Dilemma - Getting history assignments on time. "Chuck". Hughes, Kenneth Edward "A gentleman of manner mild." Dizzy Dilemma - Those people who get excused at 3:15. "Kenny" was Hm. Rrn. Treas. '43, and on Mim. St. '43. "Gracious in manner, loyal in spirit." Dizzy Dilemma - Me and my "Mel"-inda. "Pudgie" Was in Sales Org. '43, G. Y. A. '43, and G. R. '41. ' fl-ff Bfroen-J R00 Hughes, Robert William "Modesty and sincerity," "Bob" was in Mod, Lang, '42 ,'43, Soph., Ir., Sen. Hi- Y, Coll. Cl. '43, Res. bask'b mgr. '41, Vars. bask's mar. '42, '43, "N" club '43. Huber, Evelyn Louise "Of her temperament she was kindly." Dizzy Dilemma - North Carolina fHi, Billll. "Snitzie" was active in G. R. '43, N. C. C. '42, and Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. U W Hughes. Ethel Belle "Her quiet mien makes an unusually affable nature." Dizzy Dilemma - So few study halls. ' "Ethel" was on the Mim. St. '43. rl ' Page 55 Ki, ff 0 H l-lunt, Mariorie Rosalie "The spirit to dare and the resolution to act." Dizzy Dilemma - English. "Rosie" was in G. C. '41, G. R., '41, played Girls' base'b '42, and Girls' bask'b '42, Girls' Volley- ball '43. Irish. Patrick L. "We gazed and still the wonder grew that one small head could carry all he knew." Dizzy Dilemma - Destruc- tive criticisms and Wrong words at the right time. "Pat" Was on St. Counc, Vice-Pres. '42, '43, Honor Soc. '42, '43, Soph. Hi-Y '42, Vice-Pres. Ir. Hi-Y, Pres Sen. Hi-Y: Hm. Rm. Vice-Pres. '41, Rm. Ag. '42, Band, '41, '42, Debate, '41, '42, '43, Vice-Pres. of Senior Class, Masque and Gavel '43, Page 56 1 'D - 9 - Humbert, Mary Io "lf smiles were money, she could buy the crown jew- els." Dizzy Dilemma - 1t's too peaceful in the country. "Io" was in Dram. C1. '41, '42, Treas. '43, Rev. St. '42, Typist '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Hm. Rm. Sec. '41, BEC. '43, Masque and Gavel Idle. Betty "There are a lot of swell things we could say oi you but one will suffice-nice." Dizzy Dilemma - My "fair weather" bob! "Bet" was on St. Counc.. '42, '43, in Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Office Mach. on Mim. St. '43, Bike Cl. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43. 1,17 aff 763'-:L iff Iamison. Robert "From the crown of his head to the soles of his teet he is all mirth." Dizzy Dilemma - Those new teachers-wow! "Iamie" Was in Dram. Cl. '43, Soph., Ir., and Sen. Hi- Y, Sales Org. '43, Sc. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Ir. Pub. Class play '43, ln- tra6bak'b. '41, Res. toot'b '4 , Humphrey. William P. "His talents are of the more silent type." Dizzy Dilemma - A cer- tain blonde. "Bill" played lntra-back'b '41, '42, '43. Iler. Betty Eilene "Not so many inches, but every inch a lady." Dizzy Dilemma - Chicken ranches and Marines. "Little Bit" was in G. R. '41, '42, '43, Glee Cl. '41, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '43, and v +4 Sw Q. x 53 4 St? f"".1'1:5.'Wr + ' A, ,yy-5-3 . ' " "tw Nm? - - .' ' 1 W2 I -3 3331 ' .,.. X. ,, - ,,,. .--... . , 5' L2 , - ' 43224 ' .- get . 1 " ' gs .,,,, ... ,... ' V ' . ,Zeit-Zz, ...if .akxf , " nit... 9' r P 5 -. . .. .X .' 4-. -qgk t m ' letters. Harry "Never get into a flurry, for it never pays to Worry." Dizzy Dilemma - Celeston. "Doc" was in Soph., Ir., and Sen. Hi-Y, Vice- Pres. Hm. Rm. '43. lden. Cary Mervin "The sort of man you'd like to meet, any time or place." Dizzy Dilemma f Getting up Monday morning. "Cary" was in t'ie Mod. Cl, '41, bask'b '41, Intra- Lang. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Bike bask'b '41, '42. x Irwin. Alice Marie i'Nlodest, sweet, and love- Y Dizzy Dilemma -- "Blon- die" - a certain person with blue eyes. "Blondie" was in Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. , 'D 5 D Iohnson. Betty "Diversity is my motto." Dizzy Dilemma - lt's too private. "Betz" was in G. C. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43, cmd Ir. Det. Cl. in '43. faa77 36h if ' " 5' 'f??'v2?ZS?0X3Q1S.2i . .. ' F., ' " -2-333913 'ie f ., g V ..,. 2 .. . -. . 5 QQVXPR wise, ,V nv, 5131:-if-53... 3.15 x . lones, Betty Ann "A nature free from vanity." Dizzy Dilemma - Home- work. "Betts" was in Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Mlm. St. '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '41, , .- , QKZIIY f 'I mf l 1 Q5 'X ,.,, Z . , -E: 5- 1. ig: -. . V V' .sg .:f2-,Sz ..:,,f? -4 1 letters. Mary Lou "A most free and generous nature with few mean or sordid thoughts." Dizzy Dilemma - Knuckle crackers. "Mary Lou" was in Deb. Cl. '41, Mod. Lang. '42, Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, Treas. '43, G. R. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Rm. Ag. '42, Annual '42, '43, G. Bask'b. '41, '43, Sec. of Senior Class, Nat. Hon. Sc. '43. L Iohnson, Melvin Cralt "Tis a merry, merry world." Dizzy Dilemma - lust Norma-L. "Mel" was in Mod, Lang. '42, '43, Soph,, Ir., and Sen. Hi-Y, Rm. Ag. '41. Fl- Iones, Darrell S. "None but himself can be his parallel. Dizzy Dilemma - Miss Cril1y's deadlines. "Sunshine" was in Soph. Hi-Y '41, Sc. Cl. '42, '43, Col. Cl. '43, Reveille Staff '42, '43, Sen. Hi-Y '43, Scrib. Cl. '43, lr. Hi-Y '42, Bus. Stl. '42, '43, lnt. Bsktb. '41, '42, 43, Trk Sgd. '42, '43, Reveille Stf. '43, Tennis Sqd. '42. ?ff9?'j"""fL' .- I enlrins. Robert Avery "lt is hardly possible to give him all the praise he deserves." Dizzy Dilemma - Page by page, foot by foot, I've la- bored with this whole darn book. "Bob" was in Deb. Cl. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Soph., Ir., Sen. Hi-Y, Sc. Cl. Pres. '42, Col. Cl. '43, Hm. Rm. Pres. '43, Bus. Staff '42, Mgr. '43, Annual '42, Editor '43. I ohnson. Ray "He is wise who talks but little." Dizzy Dilemma - MY wavy hair and girls. "Fountain" was in the Soph. Hi-Y, Bike Cl. '41, and played lntra-bask'b '41, '42, '43. D Iones. Ellen "An all-round athlete, per- fectly fit, and fits perfectly." Dizzy Dilemma -- Worry. "Shorty" was in Mod. Lang. -.'42, '43, G. Cl. '41, '42, Girls' base'b '42, '43, Bas1c'b '43, voll'b '41, '42. Iohnson. Mariorie Eileen "Good nature is the very aim of a good mind." Dizzy Dilemma - Red hair. "Marg" was on the Mim. Staff '42, '43, D Iones. Carl Donald "He gets his work done with such little effort." Dizzy Dilemma -- Training rules and people who get hurt easily. "Ionsey" was in the "N" Cl. '43, Sev. '43, Mod. Lan. '42, Dr. Cl. '41, '42, H. R. Pres. '41, Sec. '43, played Boys Bas'b'll '41, '42, '43, lntr. Baskbll. '43, Res. Bask'b'll '41, Vars. Back'b '42, Res. Ftb. '39, '40, Vars. Ftb. '41, '42. Page 57 Kaiser. Thelma lean "An energetic maid is 'Thel- muh., Dizzy Dilemma-"Wishing" "leanie" was on Mim. St. '43, Salesmanship Cl. '43. Kinser. Thelma Kathryn "A smile that drives the blues away." Dizzy Dilemma - Dormez- vous-bien? "T. K." was in G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, Band '41 '42 '43- Or-che. '41 '42 We 'liege xrrifrii "Em 'DAO ,nv 7- jab -3 Iones. Iames Henry "No legacy is so rich as honesty." Dizzy Dilemma - Girls ex- cept one in Cambridge. "Speed" or "Ionsie" lived in Zanesville and was Ir. Torch Cl. '41, was on N. H. S. Track Sq. '42, baseball '41, tram. Bask't'b '41 - Utica. in Keim, Lois Ioyce "Smiling eyes are always attractive." Dizy Dilemma - To be a silly sophomore again. NIO... Quwv Qluzzzo Kistler. Norma Iean "She speaks not all she thinks." Dizzy Dilemma - Being called Lefty. "lnky" was in G. C. '41, Salesmanship Cl. '43. 1-P 3537 M. glwimtf .. 3 -wMr?a6'5 . Aa v. Iones. Martha "Of her temperament she was lively." Dizzy Dilemma - My little cousin-"Hi, Shirley." "Marti" Was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Cl. Sec.- Treas. '42, Rev. St. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Bike Cl. '42, '43, Band '40, Bus. St. '42, '43. fl, Qin 1.1. my 1 Kinney. Vernetta Mae "Decided opinions of her own." Dizzy Dilemma W- Variety, the spice oi life. "Nettie" was in G. R. '41, jig, '43, Salesmanship Cl. 69-fu F1 Kane. William "Iol1y among his friends." Dizzy Dilemma - Being called "Killer." "Bill" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42, and played Intra- bask'b '41. 2 9-'I-,Leif 5' Cams ramer, Shirley Anne "TWinkling eyes, a keen sense ot humor and abso- lute dependability." Dizzy Dilemma - 4-F's and the draft fHi! Unc Gunkll. "Annie" was in Mod. Lang. Vice-Pres. '42, '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Bask'b ffifl j Kirkpatrick, Dean "Strong in resolution, pleas- ing in appearance." Dizzy Dilemma-Math. "Kirk" entered this school late in his senior year. ln Utica Washington High School he was in the St. Coun. '41, Soph. Hi-Y '41, Glee Cl. '41, Hm. Rm. Pres. '41, Band '40, '41, '42, lr. Hi-Y '42, Bus. St. '42, Intra. Bask'b '41, '42. ti' HLPI--l5'?5"' ' III, v Kreitler, Molly Iane "We love thee for a heart that's kind." Dizzy Dilemma - Are you lean? "Twin" was in Coll. Cl. '43, G. Cl. '42, G. R. '41, '42, Prog. Cl. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Annual '43, Masque and Gavel '43. d. Lane, Hilda Lucille "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Dizzy Dilemma -- An Irish Potato tMurphyl. "Toodie" or "Lou" was in the Bird Cl. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Sec. of Hm. Rm. '43, Rm. Ag. '41, played Girls' Basketball and Vol- leyball in '41, Cheerinq Iiguad '41, and Ir. Ret. Cl. Kreager. Mary Ellen "Kind and selfereliant-ao cepts responsibility without hesitation." Dizzy Dilemma - Some- where 1'1l find it. "Mary Ellen" was on Stu, Council '42, '43, Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Nat. Hon. Soc. '43, G. Y. A. '42, Pres. '43, G. R. '41, '42, Hm. Rm. Treas. '41, Annual '42, Ass't Ed. '43, Girls' bask'b '4l. Qno EIPQ mlrn,l.9.erl,. Pauline Norma "A companion that is cheer- ful is Worth gold." Dizzy Dilemma - Aye, Aye, Sir! Here comes the navy. "Polly" was active in liigam. C1. '41, G. C, '41, '42, 30 l l, Layman, William Delbert "A speaker with convincing ways." Dizzy Dilemma - Translat- ing Spanish. "Bill" was on the Track Sq. '41, '42, '43, and played Intra. bask'b '41, '42, and was in Nat. H. Sc. sec. '43, "N" Cl. '43. 5- 7... f-G U Kreider. William Hays "A boy oi sturdy calibre." Dizzy Dilemma - Early to bed and early to rise. "Bill' Was in the Band '41, '42, '43. "" A V , , , .y V , ....,, , ,I 1. 12 :2 ' Q Kreitler. Rhoda lean 'Z "Another, yet the same." "5"15"' .. ' Dizzy Dilemma - Are you ff' -. ' " - . lane? . ., . jj , ' 53' QQ. 1 5' "Twinie" was in Coll. Cl. "' ,,, E:-.J-T - Q I' 'E '43, G. C. '4l, '42, G. R. '41, .' 242: Prog. Ch. '43, Bike Cl. V . 3 41, '42, '43, Annual '43, ' V l 3 and Masque and Gavel '43. A v ir " o . Lammers,. Ruth Virginia "She is herself of best things collected." Dizzy Dilemma - My G. Y. big sister L. H. "Ruthie" was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. Treas. '41, Rev. St. '42, '43, G. Y. A. '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Pres. Hm. Rm. '41, K. C. '43, Bike Cl. '42, ' '43. 4, Q M555 Lawrence, Harriet "Her smiles are as bright as sunlight and she's a real pal." Dizzy Dilemma - Trying to remember where I leave things, "Hi-Yi" was on R. C. C. '43, G. C. '41, G. R. '41, '42, '43, N. C. C. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43. El- Lea, Lorenzo "A versatile genius - it there's anything Wrong with the world he'll fix it." Dizzy Dilemma - Would I rather be right than presi- dent? "Lorenzo" was on Student Council '41, '42, Pres. '43, Deb. '41, '42, '43, Hi-Y '41, Pres. '42, '43, Honor Soc. '42, '43, Band '40, '41, Coll. Cl. '43, Masque and Gavel '4l. Page 59 F5 KRHMSEY-Q Leslie. Hazel Marie "Her ways are gentle, her disposition cheerful." Dizzy Dilemma - Lower- ing the drait age, l"Haze" was in G. R. '42, 43. D Love. Shirley lane "Says little but th i n k s much." Dizzy Dilemma - My little cousin fHi, Martill. "Shirley" was on Stud. Council '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Rev, St. '42, G. Y. A. '42, '43, Rm. Sec. '43, Rm. Ag. ' x Page 60 .ff 'P I .IL- Leasure. Robert "Small ot stature, but large of heart." Dizzy Dilemma - Rain on Saturday night. "Shorty" was a Rm. Ag. '42, and a Rev. Ag. '43, '4l. Litten Carol Ianice "Always ready for a good time." Dizzy Dilemma - Black Ford from Millersport. "lan" was in Sales Org. '43, Lib. Cl. '41, '43, G. R, '40, Bike Cl. '42. D Lucas. Clyde Franklin "Men of few words are the best," Dizzy Dilemma-History. "Pete" played Intra-bask'b '4l. Lees. Frances Marie "Why should life all labor be when folks can be con- tented like me?" Dizzy Dilemma - St, Fran- cis boys fl-li, Ieanll. "Pat" was active in Girls' Basketball '42, lr. Ret. Cl. '43, and Cheerinq Squad Littleton, William Ralph "A man of mark." Dizzy Dilemma - A cer- tain sophomore qirl. I "Teen" or "Bill" was in Y Rifle Club. VL Lynch. Lewis Eugene "A jolly good natured iel- low." Ileiizzy Dilemma - 7:00 A. "Louie" was in Bike Cl. '42, and Room. Ag. '4l. Rita Ann "Sincere of character and enthusiastic of endeavor." Dizzy Dilemma - 18-year- old draft age. "Ianie" was in G. Y. A. '41, Bike Cl. '42, '43, Girls' bask'b '43. 1944 .?l..L-81,8 Lovell. Shirley "Rather an extraordinary qirl." Dizzy Dilemma - "Frank- ly you should know!" "Shirley" was in G. R. '41, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '43, Sales Org. '43, in '7 fi. 16' ?"" . - ----Q' t 1 McDaniel. Mary Elizabeth "Able to cope with any sit- uation." ' Dizzy Dilemma - Finding something to do over week- ends. "Betty" was in G. R. '41, played Girls' basket'b '41, Baseball '41, and Voll. '41, Sales Org. '43. . , 1 W- . M" lj-iZQI I " " "I -lf1?"IE"' I Iflijs ,Z .- , ' Lf "'- McLauqhlin, Duane "Live, love, and laugh." Dizzy Dilemma - Keepin' out of the doghouse.. 'Wings" was Aeronautico glljublllibfficer in Zanesville McCartney, Charles "A little bluiling now and then is handy to the best of men." Dizzy Dilemma - Not bold, not sold, not Warm, not cold, but Dold. "Charlie" made his pres- ence known in Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Class Play '42, Soph. Hi-Y '41, Ir. Hi- Y '42, Ir. Retailers '43, was a Rm, Ag. in '42, Bike Cl. '41, '42, Vice-Pres. '43, Pres. of Hm. Rm. '43, Bus. Staff '42, Intra. Bask'b '4l: Bike Cl. Patrol '42. McFarland. Robert "Consistently cooperative, a food conversationalist." Dizzy Dilemma - Soda fountain admirals. Maniace, Eleanora "She called for joys and she has them." Dizzy Dilemma - Could be an "Aye, Aye, Sir!" with a Navy blue uniform. "Babe" played hockey '41, '42, '43, and was in Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. .fy X 'it X i . J-l- '- McCaulsky. Donald E. "He has friends because he is one." Dizzy Dilemma - Unex- pected attacks of appendi- citis. ' "Mac" was in "N" Cl. '41, '42, '43, Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Coll Cl. '43, Hm. Rm. Vice- Pres. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Res. bask'b '41, '42, Varsity Bask'b '43, Bike Parking Comm. '42, Tennis '41, '42, Class Treas. '43. D McKinnon, Hazel Ann "Who mixed reason with pleasure and Wisdom with mirth." Dizzy Dilemma - Secrets people won't tell me. "Hazel" was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. H. '41, Bus. St. '41, Annual St. '43, Honor Society Treas. '43, Class play '42. FL t Meacham. Ruth Agnes "A girl rich in common sense." Dizzy Dilemma - People who call me "Bonnie." "Ruthie" was in Dram. Cl. '41, G. C. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '42, Ir. Ret. '43, Cheer- ing Squad '4l. rj . McElroy, 'Mariorie Ellen "The eyes have one lan- guage every where." Dizzy Dilemma - "McElroy -Those eyes." "Marnie" was in Sales Org. '41, G. Cl. '43, G. R. '40, '42, '43, Hm. Rm. Sec. '41, K. C. '43, Girls Bask'b '41, Hockey '43. ,D ,C.f'7"7"z51Vj cVey. Frances Louise "Right she was and lull ot 1, spirit." Dizzy Dilemma - "Watch ' Thieves." "Betty" was in Sales Org. '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '42. 75-97 ,5ty,,271Q, ,., 34?-leafy. M' Page 61 iii Miller. Paul Frederick "Finds much in life worth while, and he is a real pal." Dizzy Dilemma - People who make me hurry. "Tailspin" was on Stu. Cn. '42, '43, Debate '41, Mod. Lang. '42, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Pres.., Soph. Hi-Y '41, Sen. Hi-Y '43, Hm. Treas. '43, Hm. Rm. Rm. Pres. '43, Bic. C. '42, '43, Ann. Stl. '42, '43, Baseb. '41, '42, Intr. Bsktb. '4l. Moran. Maxine lean "Smile and work." Dizzy Dilemma -- U. S. Army. "Shorty" was on the Mim. St. 41, '42, G. R. '41, '42, '43, R. A. '42, Girls' base'b '41, '42, Page 62 fa Yo ai i " f ,gl Melick. Gerald "He believes that whatever is worth doing is worth do- ing Well." Dizzy Dilemma - tire "Blow" out. "Bub" was on R. C. C. '40, Boys' G. C. '40, '41, Class play '40, Hm. Rm. office, baseball '40, '41, Track Squad '40, '4l. Having a Q, .I . -Alec Arg Frances Rosalie "Be a live Wire, but don't get stepped on." Dizzy Dilemma - People who sleep on way home from game Hayll. "Mixie" was in Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41 '41, Cheerleader '41, Myer. Iune Evelyn "Her words do show her will uncomparablef' Dizzy Dilemma -- G e n e .Autry Records. "Iuney" was on Student Council '41, '42, '43, Deb. Cl. 43, Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. Treasl '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Bike Cl .'41, '42, Band '41, and Nat. H. Sc. '43, Volleyball '4l. 0 Miller, Don George "Kind and generous." Dizzy Dilemma -' L o n g winded public speakers. "Don" played ltnar-bask'b '41, Reserve foot'b '4l. Moore. Evelyn "It's an easy world to live in if you choose to make it so." Dizzy Dilemma - Nothing in particular, but every- thing in general. "Evie" was in Dram. Cl. '41, G. Pt. '41, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '43, and Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. Myers. Irma Maxine "A brown-eyed person with plenty of pep, and one whom in the band does step." Dizzy Dilemma - These football seasons Llftulesl. "Irma" was in G. Y. A. Rm. Sec. '42, Rm. Ag. '41, '42, '43, G. R. '42, '43, Hm. Band '40, '41, '42, '43, Girls' base'b '4l, bask'b '41, '42, Hockey '41, '42, and Mim. St. '43. s Q s 'N e U A .' " ' 1 5- .:' 2: w ir? , N 4 . 1 .. gee ff Ce M- 1 " ' - . - V Mills. Don Otis "Full oi fun and ready to go... "Cowboy" was Rm. Ag. '4l. Mulquin. Thomas Franklin "The will of a man is his happiness." Dizzy Dilemma - Mrs. Krieg's little surprises. "Doc" was in Debate '41, and Coll Cl. '43, Mod. Lang. '43. rm Neighbarger. Cliliord Lee "A fun-loving chap with un- questionable trustworthiness, honor, and intergrityf' Dizzy Dilemma - Air of superiority of senior girls. "Cliif' was on St. Council '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Sales Org. '41, '42, '43, Rev. Stfi '42, Sen. Hi-Y '43, H. R. Sec. '41, Pres. '42, Ir. Class Play '42, Bik eCl. '41, '42, Varsity Ft. Ball Mgr. '42, '43, and Pres. of Ir. Ret. '43. Nourse. I ohn Harold "Pleasure and action make the hours speed by." Dizzy Dilemma-Too many red-heads in my life. "Ioxon" was in Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Mod. Lana. '43, Sc. Cl. '42, Coll. Cl. '43, Hm. Rm. Pres. '41, vice- pres. '42. i Z' M ffq Nash. Lene Mae "A perpetual spring of the gayest fancies." Dizzy Dilemma - Pineap- ple haircuts. "Lenie" was on the Mim. St. '43. Nickols. Ruth lean "Grave, earnest and de- pendablef' Dizzy Dilemma - Georgia Hi, Patil. "Ruthie" was in G. R. '43, Bike Cl. '42, and Ir. Ret. Cl. '43, Rev. St. '43, Nugent. Claire "A most lovable girl." Dizzy Dilemma - Letter writing KI-li, Iuliell. "Claire" was in G. C. '41, '42, G. R. '42, Bike Cl. '42, Girls' base'b '41, '42, Bask'b 'l, Volley'b '41, '42, Hockey '41, '42. I3h.1LAV3 3?V' Nedelcolf, Edward G. "The iorce oi his own merit makes his way." Dizzy Dilemma - You can do anything right fit you know howl. "Noodle" was in Hi-Y '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '42, '43, played base'b '43, and In- tra. back's '43, Coll. Cl. '43. . CQQQHEDQ N on-is, Iune Lucille "My hopes are not always realized, but I always hope." Dizzy Dilemma - L o n g time no see. . "Iuney Lou" was on Stu- dent Council '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, Hm. Rm. Treas. '43, Rm, Ag. '42, Bus. St. '43, 'fluff Nutter, Iulie "Dreamy eyes and lustrous brown hair." Dizzy Dilemma - Letter writing fHi, Clairell. "Iune" was in G. R. '41, '42, Rm. Ag. '43, Band '41, '42, Girls' base'b '41, '42, Bask'h '41, '42, Volley'b '41, '42. H Nichols. Evelyn Irene "A pleasing disposition and a sunny smile." Dizzy Dilemma S "Wonder when my baby's comin' home? "Bula" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, R '41 '42' '42, '43, G. . , 1 Vice-Pres. oi G. R. '43, Bike Cl. '42, '43. Nourse. Thomas Raymond "Good natured even when the laugh's on him." Dizzy Dilemma - "Oh! ! 1 That blonde. "Gunner" was in Mod. Lang., treas. '42, Dram. Cl. '43, Hi'Y '41, '42, '43, sc. Cl. '42, Dram. Cl. '43, Scribbler's Cl. '43, Hm. Rm. vice-pres. '41, vice-pres. '43, Bus. St. Mgr. '42. D Page 63 Orr, Earle Vernon "Our leader, our president, our friend." Dizzy Dilemma - If 1'd only known . . . "Earle" was Rm. Ag. '417 played Res. bask'b '41, Intra-bask'b '42, '43, Rec. back'b '41, Res. foot'b '41, Vars. foot'b '42, '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43, Senior Class Presi- dent,-"N" Cl. '43. A Palmer, Elizabeth "Modest and sweet." Dizzy Dilemma - Writing letters to my friends. "Beth" was in G.C. '41, ,f yy Page 64 yi J -A 1 Oatman,. Robert "Fortune befriends the bold." Dizzy Dilemma - You're funny? "Marvelous." "Bob" was in Hi-Y '42, '43, Band '40, '41, '42. ii., .,. b .V-, . ':j'f:'S" 37 ffl 1 " -nf am P S 0 xv Padgett, Lorene i'Calm, peaceful, and friend- Y Dizzy Dilemma - Being called "Red," ,li5Red" was on Mim. St. J:'f1f 13. . Q su,-mt W Parkinson.. Betty "The dreamer." Dizzy Dilemma - Wishing New York were about B00 miles nearer. "Parky" was on St. Coun- cil '41, '43, Mod. Lang. '42, '43, R.C.C. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '43, and Bus. St. '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. SHS'-crm if Ogle, Delore "lt's the little things that count." Dizzy Dilemma - Gloria, you're the slowest thing on earth. "De" was in Band '41, '42, U59 -fl: , 4 .' l 1. 4, iw . iii? -swf .nf Palm, Robert "It isn't a crime to be short," only a nuisance." Dizzy Dilemma - Writing letters. ,,BOb,. Parlet. Richard "Conscientious in everything he does." Dizzy Dilemma - C. D.'s bookcase. "Lefty" played Boy's baseb. '41, 42, and intra- bskb. '43. Oxley. Mark Perry "Southern comfort." Dizzy Dilemma - Giving talks in public speaking. "Alabam" came from Florida in '42, In N. H. S. he was in Dram. Cl. '43, Sen. Hi-Y, Scribler's Cl. '43, 1-lm. Rm. Sec. '43, Palmer, Kathryn lean "A matchless lass with a contagious smile." Dizzy Dilemma - Peop1e's saying "Are those three girls together again?" "Kathie" Was in Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, C.G. '41, Pres., '43, Masque and Mim. St. '43, G.R. '41, '42 Gavel '43, and Nat. H. Sc. '43. Pound. Homer lay "Balanced well and truly square." Dizzy Dilemma - Anticipa- tion is greater than reali- zation. "Lb" was in the soph. Hi-Y '41, Ir. Hi-Y '42, Sen. Hi-Y '43, Rm. Ag. '43, and Ir. Ret. Cl. '43, Sales Org. '41, Science Cl. '41, Bike Cl. '41, '43. Priest.. Marie Evelyn "Never an idle moment." Dizzy Dilemma-Waiting for letters from the Arby. "Priesty" or "Babe" was in G.C. '41, and N.C.C, '43, .- ' uv ,. 2 ' ' Porter, Carol Ioane Peoples, Robert H. "AHtfUY1C5 Of Sheffgugifgs if wor a oun o a s. " ' ' t' h' , . Willing Hcoopera ion 1 s Dizzy Dilemma-Sluphappy Specialty' sophomores W h o s e e m Dizzy Dilemma - Watcha senseless. doin t'nite, babe? "Pug" was in Dram. Cl. "Bob" D Priest, Ella Mae "Her friendship is a jewel oi wealth untold." Dizzy Dilemma-Let Free- dom Ring II-Ii, Smittiel "Elsie" was in G.R. '41, '42, '43, played Girls' baSe'b '41, '42, '43, Bask'b '41, '42, '43, Volley'b. '41, '42, '43, Hockey '4l. Raikin. Miriam Elizabeth "Enthusiastic, original, and interesting." Dizzy Dilemma - Wishing California were about 2000 miles closer. "Boots" was in Dramatic Club '41, '42, Modern Lan- guages '42, College Club '42, Honor Society '42, Bi- cycle Club '42, Business Staff '42. '41, '42, '43, G.C. '41, '42: Band '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, G.R. '41, '42. Price. "Mild tured, Hpiz. 1.- Ferri Elizabeth mannered, good na- and unassuming." Dizzy fDi1emma-Not enough Fridays in the week, "Sis" was in Sales Org. '43. y F4 ' Z , I ,AL ata 3 " ' 5 .5 Priest. Frances Helen "Invests her time in seeking knowledge." Dizzy Dilemma-Waiting for letters from the Navy. "Fritz" was in Mod. Lang. '42, played Girls' base'b '43, bask'b '43. Rector, Blanche "Her friendships we find are deep and immovable." Dizzy Dilemma-Hazel T. Trying to get a date with my boy friend. "Half Pint" or "Sl'iortie" was in Girls' Baseball '4l. D Pritchett, Lillian Beatrice "A gay laughing, bright- eyed damsel. Dizzy Dilemma W- People calling me "Lil". "Lil" played Girls' base'b '41, '42, '43, and Volley'b '41, '42, 'fl3. 41. Page 65 7.57 D HaL.'t'0Af Rice. Ianice "You'll find her a most con- genial friend." Dizzy Dilemma-My kid sis- ter. "Ian" was in Glee Club '43, Mimeoqraph Staff '43, Girl Reserves '4l, '42. RD'llf.s- .A ,J-I,- Rector, Shirley "Always willing to do what you ask." Dizzy Dilemma-My broth- ers. "Scarp" was in Glee Club '40, Girl Reserves '41, Mim- eograph Staff '43. ,r 103 2f5'Pu1?ffy J 5f5'z5"6 7D!f Rcdeniser. Barbara "She aims to find the best in eyerybodyf' Dizzy Dilemma - Le trou- bles des pluples! "Barbara" was in Debate '41, '42, '43, Girl Reserves '41, and in Masque and Gavel '43. D Page 66 Robert. Charles E. "You'll like him just as he is." Dizzy Dilemma-Women in qeneral. "Elmo" was in Rifle Cl. '4l '42 GX Sauttz. Rubie "Lite is not lite at all With- out delight." "Rubie" belonged to G. R. at Lancaster, she was Hm. Rm. Treas. at Newark in '42, played Girls' Bas. at Lancaster '41, Voll. Ball '4l. She also was in the numer- al club and Certificate club there, '41, at Newark, Ir. Ret. Cl. '43, G. R. '43, Rice. Evelyn 8 If V w 1-fo 1-TOIV "Praises won't spoil a girl like this." Dizzy Dilemmaf"Shortie" "Ricey" was in Glee Club '43, Mimeograph Staff '43, Girl Reserves '41, '42, Home Room Treas. '43. FL WEAVER' HOLLO w '-fi' - ...ay 7 945' 'l I ,. . . e . , ...en v is Y' . .Q A ,asf ge Q X ?' Robertson.. Carl Daniel "He Works Whole heart- edly." Dizzy Dilemma - People who mess up?? "C.D." was in "N" Cl. '43, Intramural Basketball '43, Reserve Foot'b '41, Varsity Foot'b '42, Tragr Sq. '41, '42, '43. Schaus. Frederick A. "A quiet man but quite a man." , Dizzy Dilemma - "Short, stubby guys" tHi, Bickelll. "Fred" was in "N" Cl. '42, '43, Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Hm. Rm. Treas. '41, Sec. '42, Bike Cl. '42, '43, base'b '41, Res. Bask'b '41, '42, Vars. back'b '43, Cross Cy. Sq. '42, Track '43, Tennis '42, Roberts, Bert "What he attempts to do, he will." Dizzy Dilemma - The Pool- room and sharks. "Boo" was in Intramural Basketball '41, Sergeant of arms '42, Hm. Rm. Treas- urer '41, Ryan. Ruth Imogene "Busily capable, taultlessly fair! ' Dizzy Dilemma - He's in the Army now, Deep in the Heart of Texas tHi, P. SJ. "lean" was in Glee Cl. '41, Rm. Ag. '41, Iunior Re- tailers Cl. '43, Cheerinq Sq. '4l. i GN LQ? ,.,-, I ,:', 3 .G :ff "j3,,.Eo 2 ?"'f R0 vflmvp Schroats, Kathleen "Of such are friends made." "Kathy" sang with Glee C1. '41, '42, Band '41, '42, '43, Orch. '41, '42, '43, F. H. A. '42, '43, Mixed Cho. '42, Castalia '42, '43. 1 GHMBQE cflipgzli' 1-'??'.' f 3 , . 1,,, . 1eQQf JQZ3 awe Shannon, Shirley Eileen "Steady and true at the stars that shine." Dizzly Dilemma-"Oh, Iohn- ny. "Sally" was in G. C. '41, G. R. '43, Bike Cl. '43, Sales Ora. '43, .1 Schleifier. Martina Ann "l-ler air, her manners, all who see admire." Dizzy Dilemma - Long Les- sons. "Teeny" was in Orch. '4l, '42, '43. Schwartz, Charles Wesley "A lad who needs no 'crank' to start him thinking." Dizzy Dilemma - To he or not to be-is that the ques- tion? "Chuck" was in Student Council '43, Sc. Cl, Sec. '42: Coll. Cl. '43, Hi-Y Chaplain '42, vice-pres and chap- lain '43, Hm. Rm. Pres. '41: Bike Cl. '42, Pres. '43, Baird '4 . in Shipp. Paul H.. Ir. "He has a genial nature and a wealth of friendship." Dizzy Dilemma - Working after school. "Shippy" was in Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43. 4 -1 Schmitt. Albert "An honest countenance is the best property." Dizzy Dilemma-The Words "I don't wanna!" "Smitty" was in Bike C1. '41 '32 '4l1 '42,' Sedgwick. Roger "God's gift to women." Dizzy Dilemma-Our little German class and girls. "Rag" was in "N" Cl. '43: Mod. Lang. vice pres. '43, Hm. Rm. Coll. Cl. '43, Hi-Y '43, Rm. Pres. '42, pres. '43, Ag. '41, lntra-bask'b '41, Var- Res. bask'b '41, '42, sity Back'b '43, Res. Foot'h '42, Track '42, '43. Shomaker, Leland "The best Way to do good for ourselves is to do good for others." Dizzy Dilemma - Three study halls in a row. "Lincoln" was in Bike Cl. '43 Schuler, Lonnie "Variety is the spice of life and Lonnie has lots of spice." Dizzy Dilemma 4 Training in general. "Lonnie" was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43: R. C. C. '42, '43, College Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '42, '437 Rm. Ag. '43, Bus. St. '43. Shide.. Helen Marie "Miss Efficiency." Dizzy Dilemma - That col- lege boy. "Helen" Was in the Mim. St. '42, '43, G. R. '4l. Page 67 'f'r:g'i:: .-I Simpson.. Mary Ruth "A girl with a happy inter- est in her surroundings." Dizzy Dilemma - B e i n g called Mary Ruth. "Merry" G. C. '41, '42, Mim. St. '42, '43. " -rg.. 13.2 125 ' 1. gilt? - ' " " . :- E555 I ... f. v,..,5.,A N-::,55,::,g. , K .i2w'.23-x,.zfQ:fma1.,.y - 5g2:ggEgs5::a1ga:,:. z JVQQQSSWE: :I:::EE5f " 2, K.. .,,. 'i 'B Q5 - f- .gr- flfffff , K 4 it . 4519 . if gkitr if ,. ,-,, ,., -,,.. 1 . M. :::-,.. . . ....- 2 - - ..1k5:Sii:iEg2:i:11':: , . M .:-tr:::",f:::. ,....m.:::.:s-:.:.g1,551.5 Smith. Ophelia Ruth "A maiden modest yet self- possessed." Dizzy Dilemma W B e in q called Ophelia. "Ruthie" was on Mim. St. '42, '43, N. C. C. '42, '43, Bus. St. '41, '42, '43, Girls' Volley'b '43, Na. Hon. Sc. '43 N ., f' '-f'E2E:E-1-:::--'-' - ,..:5'.Z.i.E55I5f' iw - e1,m'I,E'f,:..f.14' . ..,.... ,.,:r,. Paqe 68 Shonebarqer. Russell Leo "The best profit of the future is the past." Dizzy Dilemma - Listen- ing to Tom Bader talk about his girl troubles. "Shoney" Was in Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Sales Org. '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Bus. St. '42, '43, Base'b '43, In- tra-bask'b '41, '42, '43, Track '42, '43. Slater. William C. "Better to wear out than to rust out." Dizzy Dilernma-"Duncan" Doughnuts. "Slats" was in Dram. Cl. '43, Hi-Y '41, '42,'43, Hrn. Rm. vice-pres. '41, Tre-as. '42, Vice-pres. '43. ' .Sh ""' ' ., Snyder. Albert Ivan. lr.. "He's got that certain touch." Dizzy Dilemma-S. D., Ala- bam, Stacey, Ash, and I. F. "Bud" was in the Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Boys base'b '42, '43, intra-bask'b '41, '42, '43. 9 p va Siegel. Carol lean "Dark brown hair and smil- ing eyes, our own Grace Moore." Dizzy Dilemma-"Cats." "Sea Gu11" Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Rm. Ag. '42, Bike Cl. '42, '43, Class Play "Ghost Train," Bus. Mgr., Hm. Rm. Pres. '41, Treas. '43, Archery '42, G. R. '41, '42, '43, G. Y. A. '43, Bus. St. '42, '43, Girls' bask'b '41. vi, Smith. Mary S. "Radiant good nature and a sunny disposition." Dizzy Dilemma-The Navy. "Smithie" was in G. R. '43, Girls' bas'b '42, Vol1'b '43. ww Snyder. Henry Robert "Always in a haze and never in a hurry." Dizzy Dilemma - Trying to be a Spaniard. "Curley" was in the Sales Org. in '41, '42, '43, a Rm. Ag. '41, and in Ir. Ret. Cl. '43, Bike Club '4U. Sissea. Marie "A very interesting and ac- complished younq lady." Dizzy Dilemma-Waiting. "Rea" was on the Mim. St. '41, '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '41, and Nat. H. Sc. '43. Smith. Virginia E. "A revelation of infinite wit and happiness." Dizzy Dilemma - Bright boys CI-li, Bennielj. "Iannie" was in G. R. '41, '42, Bike Cl. '41, D . i ,., i Steinbauqh. Mary Elinor "Deny her Merits if you can." Dizzy Dilemma - Woes of War! "Steinei" was on Student Council '4l, '43, Mod. Lana. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Honor Sc. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Bike Cl. '41, Sec. '42, Rm. Ag. '43, Masque and Gavel '4 , Strader. Harriet "Her air, her manners all who see admire." Dizzy Dilemma-Bills Knot meaninq on accountl. "Dimples" was on the lxilim. St. '43, and in G. R. ' l. J . ,A I 1 . 3.. Snyder. Leland "The quiet sort of chap that everyone admires." Dizzy Dilemma - Fishinq and Tennis. "Moose" Intra-mural bask'b '42. Stephens. Iohn "There's not a truer heart than this." Dizzy Dilemma f l feel a "draft" "Iohnnie." Swartz. Virginia "No matter where you find her, she always wears a smile." Dizzy Dilemma--Bill Miller and his bright remarks! ,,MYrtA,, Stalling. Thelma Marie "To know her is to know her worth." Dizzy Dilemma - Doesn'I everyone know? 4Herbie.J "Thel" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, Bike Cl. '43, G. R. '43. Stewart. Goldie "Her personality wins her many friends." Dizzy Dilemma - People who change their minds too quickly. "Go1dena" was in N. C. C. '43, Girls' Voll'b '43, Mim. St. '43, Swisher, Dora Frances "An artist of no mean abil- ity." Dizzy Dilemma - Playina "lacks," "Swish" was in Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Home Rm. Treas. '41, Class Play, "You Can't Take lt With You," Costume direc- tor, Bike Cl. '41, '42, and played Girls' bask'b '41. Steinman. Margie Kleo "Everyone's friend and no one's enemy." Dizzy Dilemma - Scratch- inq. "Marge" was on the Mim. St. '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '41, N. C. C. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Bus. St. '42, '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. Swain, Iames "He has pep in every step," Dizzy DilemmafThat Giant German Class. "lim" was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Intra- '4l3Zask'b '42, Boys' Base'b l , Page 69 1 ' .4 1' Q.. Tiebout. Robert Allen "A iirm believer of per- petual happiness." Dizzy DilemmaeTire and gas rationing. "Tea" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Sc. Cl. '43, Col. Cl. '43, and Band '41, Vctleu, Mary Georgicmncl "A tiny bit of sweetness, a brilliant student." Dizzy Dilemma - Cutting stencils for the "Reveille News." "Queenie" was in Dram. Cl '42, '43, Mim, St. '41, '42, '43, Hon. Soc. '42, '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Treas. '43, Hm. Rm. Vice- Pres. '41, Treas. '43, Girls' Volleyball '41, Masque and Gavel Sec.-Treas. '43, Sen- ior Class Play "lane Eyre." Page 70 Tharp. Madelyn I.. Thompson' Joseph "A girl reliable and true." Dizzy Dilemma - Fortunate people with ted hair! "Jackie" was in Mod, Lang. '42, played Girlls' baseball '41, '42, '43, Back b '43- Voll'b '42. '43. W Tumblin. Billie Lee "Removes lite's monotony." Dizzy Dilemma-Finding a way to Dresden. "Queenie" was in Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Library Cl. '41, Mim. St. '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43. wi Vai-ner, Robert "What shall a man do but be merry?" Dizzy Dilemma - To get Bill Kane to school on time. "Powerhouse." "You are an exceedingly cheerful young man." Dizzy Dilemma - Every- thing happens to me. "Ice" played Intra-bask'b '4l, '42, '43. Utts. Richard Lyle "Sigh no more my ladies." Dizzy Dilemma - Silly sophomores sighing soul- fully at sophisticated sen- iors. fHi, Louise!J "Leroy" was in Mod. Lang., Pres. '42, Sec. '43, Soph. Hi-Y '41, Ir. Hi-Y '42, Sen. Hi-Y '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Pres. Bike Cl. '42, Band '41, '42, Orch. '41, Hm. Rm. Pres. '41, Sec. '43. Vermillion, Paul Richard "A jolly good sport." Dizzy Dilemma-V. S. and swinq. "Dick" was in the Bike Cl. '41, '42, and played Intra-Mural Basldb '41, '42. Totten, Margaret Ann "A quiet friendly student." Dizzy Dilemma - "Cotton for Totten." "Peggy" was in G. C. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Bike Cl. '43, '43, and Sales Org. '4 . 'Q Van der Hoven. Melva I. "Well known in dramatic episodes." Dizzy Dilemma - B o s s y editors fl-li, Dicklj. "Melva" was in Mod. Lang. Cl. '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Rev. St. '42, assoc. ed. '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, K. Cl. '41, Ir. Clas splay, G. H. '41, G. Y. A. '43, Bus. St. '42, '43, Masque and Gavel vice-pres. '43. H Vogel, lack Lewis "A topping good sport, a fine wire that never gets stepped on." Dizzy Dilemma - A certain Soph. brunette. "Virgil" was in Hi'Y '41, '42, '43, Sc. Cl. '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Boys' base'b '42, '43, Intra- Bask'b '43. til .4-. Villars. lames "A bashful, mild-mannered youth." Dizzy Dilemma-Cheeringe 1 hate it. Hlohnu or uhm... 'TAM M9 SQIZ Waddell, Betty Ieanne "Possessed with a strong de- termination." Dizzy Dilemma - Niloby Souls. "Red" was in Mod. Lang. '42, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '42. , is . 9- 3 " '7"'9'Ug.'f.Lf M' Ward, Betty Iean "A real pleasure as a friend." Dizzy Dilemma W When's this War gonna end? "Bet" was a member of the Creative Writing Cl. '42, '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, played Girls' Bask'b '43, and was in the Ir. Ret. Cl. '43. , Q - t Z if ,,, ' ",'. ,.,,. 1 ' M K T ,r I 3Ll .X ,Y BA oo Vogan, Elsie lane "A dainty charm that makes her delightful." Dizzy Dilemma-A babbling brook. "Elsie" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Dram. Cl. '43, Coll Cl. '43, G. C. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, K. C. '43, Bus. St. '43. -57931 Wallace, Betty Ieanne "Happy, jovial, and full of good fun." Dizzy Dilemma - Nibby souls. , "Red" was a member of the G.R. in '41, '42, and '43. She also was a member of the Mod. Lan. Cl. in '42, and the Bike Cl. in '4l. Mc Kfl,ACffj5fV D mkley, Elsie Iuanita "What other maiden could vou find so young, so deli' cate and so kind?" Dizzy Dilemma - B. W. army or navy? "Kitten" was in G. R. '41, '42, '43, G. '-12 '43, Bike Cl. '41, '42, '43, Voll'la '41, '42, '43, Hockey '42, Weaver, Mildred leanne "lust the art of beinq rkiiiii is all the world needs." Dizzy Dilemma - People who are always late es- pecially Ionesy. "Milly" or "Budjy" was in Mod. Lang. '43, Coll. Cl, '43, Bike Cl. '43, Back'b '4l. E Von Schriltz. Marjorie'l. "A happy and cheerful na- ture which Wil lead to achievement." Dizzy Dilemma-Some Boy. "Margie" was in Mod. Lang. '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. C. '41, '42, '43, G. Y. A. '43, G. R. '41, '42, 1-lm. Rm. Sec. '42, Sec. '43, Bike Cl. '42, '43. r Watson, Freda Louise "Wise to resolve, patient to Deriorm." Dizzy DilemmaeE1sie W. cracking her gum. "Freda" was in G. C. '41, '42i G. H, '43. COG AVF-1 Paqe7l rf 5'7'8 B-fl! -. V 7 I CQ 05 NE I-lf Wells. Dazie Ann "Not so quiet as she seems." Dizzy Dilemma-I'm mis- understood. "Daisy Iune" was on Student Cn. '41, '42, '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Rev. St. '42, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, Bus. St. '42, and Hm. Rm. Vice- pres. '4l. ,-. Webb. Edith Lovina "A witty girl with eyes of brown. You never see her with a frown." Dizzy Dilemma - Home- work, and people cracking gum. '!igEdie" was on Mim. Stf. 5713 Wells. Robert "He does as he pleases, when he pleases." Dizzy DilemmafAlgebra. "Bob" was in Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '43, Coll. Cl. '43, Intra Bask'b '41, '42, '43 . 1,'.,'v2: 1 2 v.-, -V . : . L b Wheeler, William n. - - "He's known by all, he ,, ' ' . Plays football." ,Q Dizzy Dilemma - Working ' f x for G living- iz -1 "Hammer" was in "N" Cl. i "3 ' 141' '41 '43f HSS- B"S"'b -I 41, Vars, Bask'b '42, Res. .f ' FOOt'b '40: Vers- Foot'b '41, ' 42' '437 Truck 'M' '43 '43' ' ' 1:frf:2-':' ""' 2 " " '1 ff" """' 'E ,Q I . 1.-. Page 72 Williams. Mary Lee "True sunshine within and without." Dizzy Dilemma-Not enough holidays. "Ducky" was in Bike Cl. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '42, Rm. Ag. '43, G. R. Agent '41, '42, '43, Hockey '4l. - Wells. Betty Irene "The will of this girl is her happiness." Dizzy Dilemma - Someone chewing and cracking gum when I'm trying to study. 'Twin" p l a y e d Girls' base'b '42, Bask'b '42, Volly'b '42. gif-swag-fff-A ells. Linda Louise "Not bold, not shy, but a nice mingling of each," Dizzy Dilemma - What's the score, Be specific. il-li, Ianill "Linn' was in Mod. Lang. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. Sec. '43, Rev. St. '43, G, YI A. '42, '43, G. R. '42, Hm. Rm. Vice-Pres. 243, K. c.-'43, Bike ci. sec. "Ai, '42, '43, Bus. St. '43. -575'3,f5-fo. 5 ""'U'f?l.:DE F Wffsf-- 145 RDA! ?19-In Weston, Donald Neil 9 SA darniselx hals heniaved ' , im wit er ig t rown . u. f ' V f t Dizzy Dilemma-Buying re- cords lor the little woman. i U yyln "Don" was on Dram. Cl. ', '41, '43, Hi-Y '41, '42, '43, 9 5 Rm. Ag. '42, '43, lntra- " Mural hask'b '41, '42, '43, .-.-' - .i.,.' .. ' 'Q"'m"":'1 :. Williams, Phyllis lean "Know her? Then get ac- quainted, you'll never be sorry." Dizzy Dilemma-I love my folks, but "Oh, you kid!" f1'li, Iimlj "Phyl" came from In- diana in her senior year, Coll. Cl, '43, Annual Staff '43, and playerx Girls' bask'b '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, R. C. C. '41, '42, Sc. Cl. '42, Glee Cl. '41, '42. Williams. Elsie Pearl "One who not only consid- ers herself, but others." Dizzy Dilemma- "Peachy" was in B. C. '41, '42, G. R. '41, '42, '43, Bike Cl. '4l. Wg iss ilson, Virginia "She's a shy, modest maid- Enn loved by all who know er." Dizzy Dilemma - The s e wonderful Saturday nights. "Ginny" was in G. Y. A. '43, G. R. '4l, '42. ,I ...A, Williams, Richard Paul "What We call luck is real- ly pluck." Dizzy Dilemma-Homework, bum jokes, singing commer- s. cial "Dick" was in Dram. Cl. '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '41, Band '38, '39, '40, '41, '42, '43, Orch. '4l. lg . Roll E yy "3l"Ln-EXICL' M 'Q , . sw ' S W-.2 l i" . ' . ' Q' ., 5 ,Q,gj.f2-ggwgf , v . - Ei: .- ,., ,. t ygwli ,. . . . ,. ,:1- -,yi .gl 4 . 1 ' - fy., . ' ' ' - :I-'-: , . . ' -' .. - I' ,P :iii ' -:NLS-:I , ' 9 . . . .. . .- . wy frirr ifif' 0 .:, ,. ,::. Wolfe, Wallace Vernon "Kind and sincere." Dizzy Dilemma - Cheering. "Walt." Wintermute, Ernest Charles "Manly, honest and suc- cessfulf' Dizzy Dilemma-Gas ra- tioning. 'Summer" Hi-Y '43, Bike Cl. '42, '43, lntra-back'b '41, '42, '43, D Wright. Helen May "A happy friend to all." f Wilson, Don Life is an arrow-therefore, you must know what to aim at. Dizzy Dilemma-Women. . , .- .i if .,.. N bf J' -, bf... .. . . "" Wolfe, Thomas Allen "Iolly and good naturedf' Dizzy Dilemma - Civics class. "Tom" was on the Mim. St. '42, '43, Rm. Ag. '42, '43, Scribbler's Cl. '42, '43, Off. Mach. '42, '43. Yates, Phyllis Iuanita Dizzy Dilemma - l-link, l-linger and short hand dic- "On the whole, we're Well tation. pleased with you." "Wright" or "Red" was in Mim. St. '43, G. R. '43, Girls' Base'b '41, '42, '43, Bask'b '41, '42, '43, Girls' base'b '41, '42, '43, Bask'h '41, '42, '43, Voll'b '41, '42, '43, Hockey '41, '42, '43. Dizzy Dilemma-Barbs. "Phyl" Was in Mod. Lang. '42, Hm. Rm. Treas. '41, and Sec. '42. Winn, William "A very fine young man always full of pep." ' Dizzy Dilemma-The Draft. "Joe" was in "N" Cl. '41, '42, '43, Soph. Sen. Hi-Y '43, Hi-Y '41, Hm, Rm. Pres. '41, Band '39, '40, Ir. Bsktbl '41, Hi-Y '42, Res. Vars. Bsktb. '40, '41, '42, Trk. Sq. '4l. .Uv Wonder, Kathryn M. "Ambition personafiedf' Dizzy Dilemma-Puns on My Name. 'Katie" was in Deb. '41, Mod. Lang. '43, Dram. Cl. '41, '42, '43, Coll. Cl. '43, G. Y. A. '42, '43, G. R. '41, '43, lr. Class Play ,Annual '43, Masque and Gavel '43, Nat. H. Sc. '43. Page 73 SENIOR CLASS PLAY "lane The popular costume play by Wall Spense is based on the famous novel by Charlotte Bronte. The plot concerns the romance of a lonely little qoverness Page 74 Mrs. Fairfax oo.. .. Adele ,........,,,.... 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Chairman: Lorenzo Lea, Carol lean Siegel, Pat Irish Motto Committee .. Chairman: Robert lenkins, Martha Iones, Kathryn Wonder For Victory, For Freedom, For Peace Flowers ...... ,....... C hairman: Kathryn Palmer, Iulia Nutter, Iune,Norris American Beauty Rose Colors A...... ,...r C hairman: Mary Vaiea, lanice Hay, Richard Dunn Red and Silver Ring and Pin ....., .. Chairman: Hazel McKinnon, Lois Hodge, lrma Myers Class Party r....r.r.rr. .. .. . Chairman: Mary Elinor Steinbaugh, Reva Hoskinson, Carol Duncan, Paul Miller, Richard Williams, Richard Utts. Class Memorial Chairman: Mary Lou letters, Ray Nourse, Mark Oxley, Carl Cooperrider, Marilyn Finkbone, Lonnie Schuler Class Breakfast Chairman: Richard Day, Barbara Rodeniser, Ruth Harris, Phyllis Williams, lames Flanniaan, Mary Io Humbert Home Room Offices. Class Play ................. Knitting Club .......... Bicycle Club ........ Room Agents ....,..,.. Band ..,..,,....,.,. Orchestra ........ Abbreviations to Senior Statistics ........Class Pl. C. ........B1ke C. Ag. d. lunior Hi-Y .....,..,. ......... I . Hi-Y Business Staff ,........ ........... B us. St. Boys' Baseball ................,. ,.....,. B . Base. B. Intramural Basketball ,..,...,, ,..,,.... l . Bask. B. Varsity Basketball .....,.. ,....., V , Bask. B. Reserve Basketball ........,. ..,....... R . Bask, B. Reserve Football ........ ............. R . Pb. Varsity Football ................ .......... V . Pb. Cross Country Squad .,.,....,. ..,.,..., C , C. Sq. Track Squad .....,............. ..,.,,............ T . Sq. Girls' Baseball ....... .,..,..... G . Base, B. Girls' Basketball ........ ,...,., G , Bask. B. Girls' Volleyball ,,,,,... ,,,,.,,, G , V, B. Hockey ................ .,.,,.,,,.,.., H . Annual Staft ..,.,... ,,,,,,,,, A n, St, Page 76 Student Council ......., N Club ........,.....,.. Debate ..,..,........................... Modern Language Club ...... Dramatic Club ........,......,. Sophomore Hi-Y ........... Red Cross Council ..,....,.,,,. . ......, ....., . Salesmanship Organization ......... ......... Science Club .................,...,..... Library Club .....,.... College Club .,....... C. C. .....,.....Deb. .. .......... M. L. C. ........Dram. C. Hi-Y C. C. .Sales Org. C. C. C. Glee Club .............,.... ......... G . C. Mimeograph Staff ....... .......... M im, St. Reveille Staff ......... ........ R ev. St. Honor Society ......................... ............ H . S. Girls Youth Association .......... ......... G . Y. A. Bird Club .............................. ,....,.... B . C. Senior Hi-Y ........ ......... S . Hi-Y Girl Reserves ........ ............ G . R. Scribblers Club ............ ...Scrib. C. Girls' Archery Club ........ A. C. Junior Class Officers VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER lock Yorqer William Bline PRESIDENT SECRETARY Robert Brooks Sarah Smuclcer Pcxq Iunior Class Sl Q L is s Page Bow lflames Alexander, Florence Allen, Gene Alspach, Ellis Amos, Barbara Anderson, Iessie Anderson, Robert C. Anderson, William Anderson. Row 2-Leora Andrews, Roberi Andrews, Vera Aiskoif, Don Ayers, Robert Backensios, Charlene Baqeni, Earl Baker, Edwina Baker. Row 3-Kaihryn Barnes, Bonnie Barrinqer, Mary Beall, Marian Becker, Mary Beckman, Boberi Beinhower, Vonda Bell, Sara Benner. Bow 4-Lee Bieberbach, Roberi Bieberbach, Lois Billman, Esther Bland, Bill Bline, Louise Blizzard, Orville Badkin, Weldon Bonham. Row 5-Robert Bonham, Virgil Bowman, Mary L, Bradley, Lucille Brehm, Norma Brehm, George Brooke, Bill Brooks, Sara Brooks. Row 6-George Buchanan, Mary Lou Buchanan, lack Burkham, Ioe Burnley, Roberi Byers, Wilma Cagney, Lawrence Camp, Kenton Campbell. . Row 7-lohn Campbell, Mary Carlisle, Don Cass, Beity L. Channell, Ioan Christy, Harvey ar , ob Clifford. Row 8-Robert Cocanour, Iohanna Cape, Bernard Coulter, Ray Courson, Iunior Class Row l-V-Fat Crist, Donald' Crouse, Pat Crowley, Don Curry, Donna lean Danforth, Maxine Darnes, Kenneth Darnes, Billie lean Davenport. Row 2-Ralph Davis, Susanna Davis, Augustine Deering, lackie De Mar, lim Dennison, Marjorie Deutsch, Sammy Di Giando, Eleanor Dollison. Bow 3-- Betty Donovan, Peggy Dugan, loseph Dunn, Elojean Dusthirner, Howard Eddy, Georgia Edward, Martha Edward, Louise Elder. Row 4fMaXine Elliott, Virginia English, Bob Eppelein, Barbara Evans, Edward Ewald, Marjorie Farley, Robert Farrington, Robert Field. Ftow 5fFay Filkowslcy, Gretchen Fink, lacqueline Fletcher, lames Forgraves, Gene Fowls, Georgia Fraley, Mary lane Francis, Thelma Frances. Row 6-- Blanche Freeman, Marian Frenier, Robert Galbraith, Roger Gaumer, Don Geiden- berger, lohn Goldsmith, Bill Gorsuch, Goldena Gough. Row 7 e Sammy Graves, Danny Grieser, Walter Grigsby, Esther Guoiltieri, Iohn Gulich, Albert Guthrie, Paul Gutridge, Virginia Gutridge. Bow 8-lean Hagans, Bennett Hall, lean Hall, Lou leanne Hall. Page 79 Iunior Class Page Raw l-Peggy Hand, Patsy Hand, Bonnie Harden, Gloria Harden, Bernard Hare, Carolyn Harris, Patricia Harris, Clair Hart. Raw 2eMarjarie Harter, Vtfanita Harter, Bill Hathaway, Ruby Haynes, Tom Haynes, Bill Heckelman, Martha Heckman, Dan Hess. Raw 3--George Hiatt, Charles Hicks, Patricia Higainbatham, Charles Hinqer, Robert Hitch- cack, lim Hartan, Betty Hanenberaer, lames Holmes. Raw 4fMartha Hahl, Gearqe Hallman, Harald Hobbs, Florence Hose, Lana lrene Hawdeshell, Eilly Huffman, lean Huahes. Raw 5-Richard Hunt, Betty Hupp, Paul lacksan, Geraldine lahnsan, Elsie lanes, Marilyn lanes, Martha R. lanes, Myrta lanes. Raw 6fPhyllis lanes, Wanda lanes, Mary Keim, lean Kappes, Beryl Ann Keckley, Vivian Kendrick, Eileen Kenninatan, Tom Keyes. Raw 7-Thelma Kibler, Rosemary Kidd, Daisy Kindred, Anna Mae Kirk, Norma Kirk, Dick Kirk, lacquelyn Kramer, Richard Kreager. Raw 8-Charlotte Kuhn, Mary Lau Kurtzhalz, Elsie Kvintus, Wilda Lawrence. q Iunior Class Row l-W William Lee, Bob Lecky, Lester Lewis, Mary Linton, Marian Litten, Charles Logan, Barbara Luby, Evelyn Maddox. Row 2-Betty Maidel, Harold Main, Charles Markham, lean Martain, Martha Martin, Mary lo Martin, Virginia Martin, Charles Mason. Bow 3 - Mary Mason, Kenny Masters, Robert Meckley, Katherine Nicke, Bill Miller, Dalton Miller, lohn L. Miller. Row 4-- Howard Miller, Lorraine Miller, Pauline Miller, lo Moore, Robert Moore, Mary Moriss, Mary Rose Moss, Gloria Mossrnan. Bow 5 -Dorothy McCullough, Bob Mcllyar, lean Neaqley, David Nichols, Eileen Neibarqer, Bradley Norpell, Connie Norpell, Fred Maclflfrest. Bow ESQ- Howard Norris, Dick Null, Mary K. O'Brien, Ivan Parsons, Boss Patrick, Lillian Patton, Ira Peiiers, Torn Penn. Bow 7" flames Phillips, Bill Phillips, Phyllis Pinkerton, lane Porter, Bill Pound, Bette Price, Dorothy Price, Clayton Priest. Bow 8-luue Provin, Eugene Pryor, Charles Beckel, Sylvia Seiler. Page 81 Iunior Class Page S2 Row l-Patricia Setter, Phillip Resta, Helen Marie Richards, Burton Ridenow, Benny Robert- son, Henrietta Robertson, lack Rosebrouqh, Ann Rossell. Row 2fGeorqe Rubel, Phyllis Rupriqht, lohn C. Sanders, Earlene Russell, E. M. Sanner, luanita Saultz, leanne Scales, Walter Seidel. Row 3-Delores Shaw, Dwight V. Shaw, Elsie Showman, Aileen Simpson, Helen Sims, Martha Slick, Robert Smith, Sally Smucker, Row 4-Mary Snoor, lackie Snyder, lack Stauch, Samuella Steele, Iohn Steaduiau, Wilda Stevens, Bernard Stouqh, Ieannette Strader. Row 5-Bob Stranq, Paige Strickland, Alice Tait, William Tate, Paul Towney, Mary Ellen Teaqarclen, Joanne Thomas, Zelnar Thomas. ROW 6'eCatherine Thompson, Emojean Thompson, Hazel Thompson, Iohu Toothruan. Iunior Class Row l-- Walter Trager, Yona Trout, Doris Truex, George Trumbo, Frank Valentine, Burr Van Alla, Madelene Van Atta, Mary A. Van Horn. ' Row 2-- -Donna Van Ness, Dorothy Van Winlcle, Lawrence Van Winkle, Coletla Varner, Mary Ellen Vogel, Eleanor Vtfagner, loan Wagner, loan Walters, Bonnie Warrnan. How 3- Edith Warnock, Dick Warthen, Della Webb, Helen Weekley, Barbara Weiler, Thornas Weiss, Mary Wells, Ned Wells. Row 4 Jacqueline Welsh, Robert L. Welsh, Gerald R. Westbrook, Priscilla Wetzel, Betty Lou Wharton, larnes H. 'Whitaker, Ruth Wilkin, Dorothy Williams. Row 5-Virginia Wills, Wendell Wilson, Maryann Wintermute, Carl Wise, Iune Wolfe, Don Wood, Marjorie Woodyard, Patricia Wooles. Row 6--Grace Worley, John Yarger, Martin Young. Page 83 1 I Sophomore Class Officers Iohrr Warner - Treasurer Ellis Wcrqenheim - Vice-President Richard Rice - President Lucille Frye - Secretary Sophomore Class Dane 86 Bow l--- lohn Anclereqq, Ann Attlee, George Ankele, Bill Azbell, Martha Backerxstos, Ida M. Baker, Richard Baker, Bonald Barkley. Flow 2-Rosemary Barclay, loseph Barrett, Mary Barret, Marilyn Barstow, Verna Bauqhrnan, Bill Baurnqartner, Carol Bebout, Betty Backman. Bow SV- Forrest Bell, Donald Bennett, Dorothy M. Berry, lack Bertach, Benton Betz, Florence Bibart, Maxine Black, Fred Bline. Row 4fViola Bodkin, Earl W. Bolen, lohn Booker, Wilfred D. Bowers, Don Boyd, lohn Bozrnan, lohn Bracken, Ruth Braddock. Bow 5fFrank Braunbeck, Lucille Braunbeck, lean Brouqh, Clarence E. Brucker, Marjorie Buckingham, Betty Burden, I-larry Burton, Claribell Bush. Bow 6wDorothy M. Butler, Wlilliam Caqney, Doris P. Carpenter, Buth E. Carpenter, Donald Carson, leanne Carson, Betty Castle, lason Cates. Bow 7fNorrna Chatterton, Nita Cherry, lune Chester, Ann Chrisrnan, Charles Chrisman, Forest B. Coakley, Edna Cobler, Bennie Coleman. Row 8-Kenneth Coleman, Homer Comisiord, Ierry Conner, Louise Conner. Sophomore Class Row l - Mary Connor, E. Cook, Robert Coyne, Ann M. Cramer, Bonnie Cramer, Paul Crouch, Don W. Crunrine, lean Darling. Row ZfMarilyn Davenport, Bertha M. Davis, loseph Davis, Ioyce Ann Davis, Peggy Davis, William Dayhuft, Emest Dayton, Marie Dean. Row 3fRicharcl Dean, Carmen Deenis, Louis Del Cecato, Beverly De Mar, Ronald De Merll, Iames Derrinqer, Kenneth Devveese, l!Vanda Diller. Row 4110 Ditter, Walter Dvviqains, Phyllis Dyer, William Eckert, lohn Embrey, Mary Emerson, Iohn Eshelrnan, lack Evans. Flow 5-W Robert Evans, William Filkowslcy, Donald Florian, Daniel Flowers, Margaret Foos, Robert Foos, William Forsythe, lean Fowler. How 6-Nira Fowls, Barbara Francis, loan Franz, Doris Frey, Lucille Frye, Donald Frush, Frances Fulkerson, George Gamercliriqer. Row 7f"-Lois I. Garver, Margarette Gentry, Oscar Giblin, Mary L. Glaunsinqer, Frances Glover, Leona Ft. Glover, Pauline Glover, Ada May Gonser. Row 8,-V Dale Gonser, lack Grace, Harold Gray, Dorothy Greenlee. Paqc 87 Sophomore Class Page S8 Row l4Pl'iilip Haas, Frances Haley, Russell Hall, Ieanette Hallisy, lenny Haluczik, Alice Jean Hammond, Vernon Hammond, Elmer Hanby. Row 2eMary lo Hand, Martin Hannigan, William Harris, Laura Hartshorn, Bolo Heatwole, Lee Heckman, Vernon Hammond, Elmer Hanby. Row Sfllorothy Henzy, lohn Hershberqer, Robert Heckman, Howard Hill, lerry Holland, Richard Holler, Shirley Holler, Clarence Holman. Row 4iOda Holman, Eleanor Horcliler, lohanne Horst, William Howard, Vtfilma Howes, Mary Huber, Margaret Huffman, Donald Huggins. Row 5 S Ralph Hunter, Margaret ller, Marqaret lnlow, lanice lacobs, Marcellia leffries, lo Ann lohns, Ann P. lohnson, Colleen lohnson. Row 6fGerald D. lohnson, Faye lones, Gloria lones, Harold Iones, lames lones, Paul lones, Bob lones, leanette lury. Row 7flosephine Kanuckel, Mildred Keaser, Molly Keaser, lack Kelley, Donna Kirk, lack Kirk, loanne Kisamore, Norma Kislinabery. Row 8-- Carolyn Kreitler, Geraldine Lake, loseph Lanninq, luanita Larimore. Sophomore Class Row l-Alice Lavery, Elmer Lawson, Carol Leasure, Dorothy Lentz, Orville Livingston, Dorothy Linn, Gloria Linn, Philip Linn. Bow Ziitlice Lockwood, Bill Loy, Eleanor Luqar, Ralph Lynch, Charlotte Lynn, Mary Mac- kenzie, Nancy McPherson, Connie Makris. Bow Sf- Eleanor Mariani, George Martin, Virginia Martin, Frances Mason, Norma Mason, Max Messick, Clifford Miller, lulia Miller, Bow 4-Marjorie Miller, Billy Mills, W'ilbur Mills, Maxine Minturn, Charles Montgomery, Mevella Moore, Glenn Moore, Virginia Moore. Row 5-Bonnie Moran, Donna I. Mossrnan, Richard Mummey, Dorothy Myers, Lewis Myers, Marjorie Lou Myers, luanita McCaffertery, Mary McCafferty. Bow 6-leanne McCartney, William McCullough, Sharon McDaniel, Bonnie McDonald, Bob Mcliliresh, Lester McFarland, Ruth Nash, Lola M. Neiqhbor. A Bow 7fNorn'ia Neibarger, Mary Neighbor, Dorothy Nolalick, Lincoln Nunnelly, Bernard C. Nye, Hareld Ofienbaker, Barbara Oxley, Betty Palm. Row 8-- Robert Palmer, Dora Parsons, Richard Patterson, Janice Pease. Paae 89 Sophomore Class Page Row lfDick Perdue, Howard Phillips, Gene Piche, Charles Pigg, Winiired Pipes, Madelyn Plaine, Walter Porter, Pauline Powell. Row Z-Roger Pratt, Paul Price, William Priest, Mildred Pritchett, Helen Radu, Iunior Rambo, Martha Rauck, David Rankin. Row 3fMelvin Rector, Richard Reese, Richard Rice, Dick H. Rice, Norma Richards, William Rine, Carl Ritchey, Bob Robertson. Row 4-- Dolores Robinson, Faye Rogers, Norma Rogers, Robert Rodgers, Gene Rose, Martha Ross, Bonnie Rowe, lack Russell. Row Sv- Elizabeth Ryan, losephine Sands, Elmer Sanner, Harold Saultz, loyce Saultz, Gene Saylor, Margaret H. Schmitt, Ralph Secord. Row 6fRutl'i Sedgwick, Mary Selby, Charles Sessor, Bonalee Shipp, Duane Shoults, Gail Shoults, Doris Showman, Imogene M. Siegle. Row 7--- Iames Siegle, Pat Siegle, George Sissea, Rosalie Skees, Anita Smith, Brice Smith, Carl Smith, Esther Smith. Row 8-Evelyn Smith, Harold Smith, Neil Smith, Nina Smith. Sophomore Class Row lfOrville Smith, Ralph Smith, Robin Daniel Smith, Pauline Smothers, lean Snedden, Billie Snider, William Snider, Thelma Sprague. Row 2fVail Springer, Clifford Stalling, Linnie M. Starling, Norma Stasel, Betty I. Stevens, Patricia Stewart, Marjorie Ann Stouqh, Dorothy Strader. Row 3fErnestine Styers, Norma Sutton, Frances I. Swiclc, Dale Taylor, Virginia A. Teaqarden, Bob Thomas, Bill Thompson, lames Thompson. Row 4-Ruth Thompson, Martha Toland, Dolores Touvell, lack Touvell, Kathryn Touvell, Margery Van Atta, Virginia Van Atta, Donna Varner. Row 5gBetty Wise, Betty Wolfe, Gail Wolfe, Mary Lou Woltjen. Paqe 91 Sophomore Class Page 92 iw- Row ln- Kenneth Varner, Evelyn Varner, Grace Villars, Virginia I. Viniila, Donna Vogel, Ellis Wangenheim, lack Waggoner, George Wagner. Row 2 f---Dana David Walker, Bonnie Wallace, Iohn Warner, Vonne Warner, Wanda Warthen, Doroihy Weaver, Pai Weaver, Daniel Webb. Row 3-W lames Weiher, Peggy Weiher, Russell Weiher, lNal1er Welker, Carl Welsch, Theresa Wessinqer, Wanda Wetzel, Richard Vxfhilehead. Row 4fEarl Wiley, Charles VVilliams, Mary Williams, Herberi Wills, Belly Wilson, Edna Wilson, Fred Wilson, Dorothy Winlringham, Row 4-Belly Woolard, Bealrice Wrighi, Frances Wright, lean Wright. Lincoln Iunior High School. THORA MacDONAGH Principal AB., Denison University - Graduate Work, Ohio State University GQ Page 94 Lincoln Row lfLucille Stradley, Ioyce Miller, leanine Richards, Virginia O'Con- nor, Betty Graham, Vaida Diller, Elsie Wallace, Helen Iones, Ruth Sayler, Florence Phillips, Betty Subora, Helen Huggins, Norma Nethers, Mabel Wohl- tord, Bonnetta Herman, Betty Caudill, Muriel Wharton, Helen Smith, Tula Bebout, Maxine lacobs. Row 2-Evelyn Miller, Walthalean York, luanita Nichols, Leslie lvory, Mary Lou Cline, Harriett Haynes, Dorothy Ross, Sara Dell Holler, Edna Gar- rison, Bessie Diehl, Marjorie Swartz, Iacqueline Shoemaker, Dorothy Zerger, Virginia Yost, Iacqueline Rice, Hazel Strait, Phyllis Dodge, Marilyn Winter- mute, Margaret Boylon. Row 3 - Richard Kane, Clarence Bosscawen, Francis Wohleter, Dan lohn- son, Robert Richards, Robert Camp, Edgar Lange, Eugene Wagers, William Crowley, Conrad Roberts, Richard Culver, Charles Stricklin, Max Brown, Clarence Bishop, Dale Baughman, Charles Fisk, Raymond Shaw, Clyde An- derson. Row 4 -- Norma Targett, Lucy DiCola, Helen Ponser, Marjorie McFarland, lean Sunkel, loan Denman, Betty Wise, Lois Stough, Margaret Delancey, Eileen Varner, Ethel Walters, lnez Harmon, Luella Strait, Charlene McCatferty, Opal Fadley, Susan Haslop, Betty Gardner, Mary Lou Dawson, Lottie Banks. Row 5 - Ioe Varrasso, Lawrence Stevens, Charles Davis, Robert Plummer, William Ulrich, Ralph Shannon, lohn McCaiterty, Don Boyd, Warren Weiant, Bernard Moore, Dick Luby, Bill Harvey, Billy Nesbit, Paul Hoyt, Iunior Sullivan, Harry Bryan, Alex Anderson, lim Nichols. Row 6-Frank Haluczik, Fred Cougill, Ralph Wright, Robert Hornyak, William Kelley, William lauchius, Kenneth Stewart, Charles Braden, Russell Glover, lack Shaw, Charles Iones, Dale Myers, lack Meckley, Bill Brecht, Bob Dutcher, Kenneth Crist, William Byes. Lincoln Girls in or Shop Program One of the significant facts about the conduct ot this war is the increasing demand for women to supplant men in industry. These women rivet, operate lathes and run milling machines. Con- sequently, it is highly important that girls become familiar with ordinary shop tools and terms. The Hammer and Saw Club was or- ganized in September l94l as the out- Iacqueline Shoemaker Tula Bebout Margaret DeLancey Mary Lou Cline Walthalean York lacqueline Rice Phyllis Dodge Harriett Haynes Maxine lacobs , ii growth ot an interest on the part ot the ninth grade girls in making costume jewelry and wooden lapel gadgets. The entrance of the United States into the war has changed their fundamental purpose. They are interested now, in learning all they can about the work ot the industrial arts shop. The club in- cludes the following ninth grade girls in its membership: Betty Candill Virginia O'Conner Betty Gardner Marilyn Wintermute lean Sunkle Sara Dell I-lollar Zita Toomey loyce Miller Bonnetta Herman Mr. Holland Shell, industrial arts teacher at Lincoln School, is the spon- SOT. Page 95 qe 96 Central Iunior High School LESTER B. COX A Principal AB., Otterbein College Graduate Work, Ohio State University Central Ninth Grade -,.- '22 A A M "ff ' 1 riff fd V-s M is-335 ' :HAZ-E? rr if ,,..., - ,Q mmm ,sn , ,Q t if U, l l er ' 1.11: :5f,a.iV'."' ,' -,Y-. l. '. ' ' ,. . V, .,' 2, K H ,QQ sf Q x va ' , , f .3 fx? , A 5 .ifgfgfgff 2, 1, .5 9 5. J -4 an , fu ,, W? gms '-is W N-1 if - l l - .P i 3, 1? V 5 94 . 1 lg QQ ,."', -'1 aus 'inif jf 2: 'fig V, A 'f 53 , l . KV A,,'5 ' f L QlV'?"9 f Q it-t ' li " " f ,n W, ' 1 -,0. f sl ,N. Q' Q N' ' - 1 R M, , ' 1 ia, f"' ff tw. Zu, . ,ilk A 'Q' 'mx 'W : We , '- ' N' . - T Y . A - S., i - Q V - X, ' T"""'9Il Row l-Iohn Thompson, Wendell Cline, Frank Logan, Rom Restorick, Clarence Thompson, Bob McGinis, lack Holland, Charles Crothers, Don Glover, lack Glover, Ralph Oakleat, Iohn Holman, Russell Payne, Buddy Green, Richard Wallace, Robert Snoore, Bill Iohnson, Thomas Litten, Bill Washburn, Richard Meckley. Row 2 - Katherine George, Charmine Stellcon, Norma Lawrence, Caroline Peccirille, Thelma Narger, Margaret Lammers, Betty Penick, Mary lane Iones, Iune Snelling, Betty McGary, Bernardine Petrey, Winnie Hanum, Iessie McMul- len, Helen Yarnelle, Barbara Clark, Wanda Crege, Rosealie Sapacto, Betty lo Fulton, lane Warthen, Norma Glassmier, Betty Bolton, Rose Barcus, Mary Lou Pethol, Shirley Cass, Mildred Hall, lerry Eeldner, Betty Gitteth, Ethel Glecker, Dick Stauch, Charles Oder, Eddie Cotton, Everett Shepperd, Walter Nadelson, Charles Fraley, Niel Alberry, Bert Harry, Bob Wright. Row 3-Caroline Pinkerton, Ramonda Gamble, Virginia Salts, Eleanor Percoco, lean Vermillion, Helen Sissea, Marthalee Wolverton, Esther Athan Peggy Schletord, Dorothy Cashdollar, Mary Ellen Hayman, Sharon Pattan, Thelma McLain, Dorothy Simpson, Mary Lou Willey, Helen Shely, Ruby Waldeck, Lois Clark, Cherrie Warthen, Mary Kinney, Virginia McGunnus, Pat Walker, Bevaly Hartman, Darline Smith, Marjorie Trey, Mary Raisin, lean Brough, Ioan Cocanour, Norma Pitt, Dorothy Fields, Barbara DeWitt, Frances Sullivan, lune Chester, Ierry Stieuman, Carol Larson. Row 4-Ruth Ryan, Adelia Arnold, Ruth Minor, Alice Carlisle, Ruth McKenna, Shirley Ryan, Carol Nye, Ellen Berry, Nancy Ferguson, Betty Often- baker, Shirley Zak, Niel Bash, Danny Stuerrnan, Richard Stedman, Donald McPeek, Leroy Russell, Robert Teagarten, lack Sullivan, lack Redman, Dean Livingston, Bill Willson, Paul Morrison, Charles Moran, Iames Reed, Bob Shannon, Harvey Thomas, Frank Spencer Ir., Bill Robinson, Phyllis Mackey, Ioy Snider, Pat Baugher, Charline Wintermute. Row 5-Bob Diebold, Kenneth Clark, Walter Campbell, Bob Braddock, Elmer Crothers, lerry Offenbaker, lohn Bieberbach, Ralph Neighbarger, Claud Loughman, Phillip Queen. Page 97 Central Prop and Cue Row 1fNeil Alberry, Robert Lugenbeal, Margaret Smitley, Eleanor Percoco, Caroline Pec- cerille, Norma Lawrence, ,Terry Steinnaon, Iune Chester, Rose Barcus, Shirley Cass, Patty Carey, Glenn Partu, Bert Harry. Row 24A1berta lones, lo Ann De Mint, Shirley Kuppinger, Shirley Zak, Helen Sissea, Betty Penick, Esther Athan, Ellen Berry, Peggy Lammers, Cherie Wartheor, Pat Baugher, Mary Ellen Raisson, lean Brough, Darlene Smith. Row 3-Ieannette lrwin, Emonean Kasson, Buddy Green, Ted Cost, lack Van Horn, George Kenny, Don Eshleman, Bob Dubold, lon Bieberback, Frank Spencer, Ierry Offenbaker, Bob Shannon, Ioan Cocanour, Frank lakes Ir. Prop and Cue is the senior dramatic club of Central lunior High School. The club is tour years old. The pro- gram is broad and covers all points ot drama including acting, staging, light- ing, make-up, directing, and design. Prop and Cue gives three major produc- tions yearly: A club play in November, a faculty-student production in March, and a ninth-grade play in May. Page 98 Each year a "skull" is given to the outstanding dramatics pupil. ln 1941, it was given to Iames Cree and in 1942 it was given to Richard Rice. The club is now limited to thirty-tive members from eighth and ninth grades. This gives each pupil a chance to par- ticipate in a major production or a one- act play sometime during the year. Mr. Frank lakes is the sponsor of Prop and Cue. Woodrow Wilson I unior High School L A ,fililifm E. H. HECKELMAN Principal AB., Ohio Wesleyan University A.M., Ohio State University Pug Wilson Ninth Grade Row l - Loretta Mours, lean English, Betty Weakley, Kitty Strickland, loan Finckel, Emmajean Shepherd, Gertrude Rutherford, Ursula Lea, Betty Folden, lean Wintermute, Donna Bradley, Donna Lou Cotterman, Donna Ogle, lean McNabb, Barbara Simpson, Lynette Shaw, Ann Gaunder. Row 2-Frances Orr, Marjorie McAfee, Rita Mours, Dorothy Malloy, Marilinda Ietiries, Carol Lloyd, Evelyn White, Awanna Powell, Mary Rickus, Maybelle Danley, Carol lones, Margery Sanderson, Iudy Mock, Lucille Rob- erts, Wanda LeMaster, Thea Call, Carolyn Hughes. Row 3-Tom Morrow, Gene Morin, Paul Walz, Bill Goldsmith, Chris Evans, Iohn Vaiea, Dale Hose, Bill Priest, Bill Hand, Dick Smith, Ralph Simp- son, Bud Davis, George Evans, Phil Haynes, Robert Macy, William Atherton, Carl Bratiisch. Row 4-lanis Ashcrait, Marilyn Welker, Mary Foster, Mary Walz, Mar- iorie Swick, Iune Bundschu, Gizella Szatsmary, Mary lane Lewis, Ioanne Brohard, Eloise Vandayburg, Betty lones, Molly Iones, Virginia Wilson, Eleanor Dilts, Donna Fish, Shirley Gildow, Iackie Schlosser, Wanda Larirnore, Phyllis Turner, Dolores Airesman. Row 5 -Donald Good, William O'Brien, lohn Reber, David Hicks, Robert Powell, Richard Kincaid, Karl Orr, Alvin Lovell, Ralph Craig, Ted Shell, Bill Warner, lack Smith, Walter Williams, lack Slater, Kenneth Bourne, Robert Wyckoff, Keith Farnsworth. Row 6wGene Snelling, Calvin Garrett, Gene Antritt, Donald Miller, Don Davenport, lack Hagans, Robert Hupp, Iohn Debevoise, Ralph McGaugl1y, Iames McDonald, Donald Iohnson, Iohn Bauman, Iames Kreider, Byron Kreager, lack Moody, Charles Murphy. Those absent Were- loan Woodyard, Barbara Kirk, Evelyn Hina, Mono- gene Benner, Emma lean Carpenter, Mary Lou Cromer, Betty Handel. Page 100 Wilson Lightweight Row lfCrane, Larimore, Philips, Vaiea. Row 2-Russel, Miller, Iohns, Williams, Priest, Haynes, The happy bunch oi fellows in the above picture are members of the Woodrow Wilson Lightweight team who won the championship in lunior High School School Lightweight league. The youthful Tigers went through their season with a splendid record ot seven games won and one lost. The league games were held every Saturday morning in the High School QYITI. Page 101 Page 102 Roosevelt Iunior High School EDITH FLEMING Principal B.S., Michigan State Normal College Roosevelt Ninth Grade Picture Row l-Norma Whitis, Mary Lou Swartz, Esther Wilson, Rozella Young, Camille Chester, Barbara Miller, Donna Luby, Marilyn Miller, Virginia Boggs, Barbara Sherman, Shirley Green. Row -Carolyn Wolfe, Peggy Tait, Betty Smith, Shirley Courtright, Elda Miller, Bettie Funk, Beverly Dancey, Betty Hughes, Bessie Brooks, Frieda Henry, lean Citrone. Row 3-William Fleitz, Donald Schaller, Donald Kreager, Charles Gil- ham, lack Clifford, Richard Barrett, Frank Grove, Charles Schuler, Bill Barrick, David Miller, Theodore Grooms, Robert Anderson, Robert Loos. Row 4-Phyllis Smith, Babara Wilson, Margaret Shepherd, Lou Ann Dowds, Dorothy Kuster, Dorothy Whitt, Dorothy Dildine, Eileen Rice, Eula Driskell, Betty Ryan, Barbara Edmunds, Shirley Guthrie, Ernestine Curry. Row 5 - Franklin Marriott, Harold Shields, Harlan Finney, lohn Donavon, Betty Hommon, Mary Frances Boggs, Barbara Mackenzie, Betty Higgins, Charles Donaldson, Iames Pierce, George Bland, Carlos Riley, William Mac- Farland. Row 6-Robert Wimer, Robert Perdue, William Stockdale, Henry Leslie, lohn Oxenrider, Iames Paul, Richard Coleman, Robert Foulk, George Braid, Jerry Radcliffe, Wynette Brooks, Edward Moore, Billy Denman, Francis Hupp. Not in Picture - ferry Satterfield, Zuelean Ieffers, Mary Weaver. Page 103 Roosevelt Safety Patrol Those in the picture are-Robert Hoy, Paul Cass, Robert Truex, Richard Simpson, Wilson l-lenry, Mr. Roland Esper, Richard Fluhart, Robert Young, lames Paul, William Stockdale, Roger Qearch, and Miss Edith M. Fleming. The Roosevelt Safety Patrol has been raise and lower the ilag each day, to organized for the current year with tif- guard the bicycles which belong to the teen boys on the roll. It is under the students ot the school, to control pedes- supervision of Mr. Roland Esper. trian traffic, and to protect the school Some of the duties of the boys are to grounds. Page 104 The Student Leaders Student Council - Row l-lohn Anderegg, Pat lrish, Lorenzo Lea, larnes Flannigan, Bill Brooks. Row 2fMr. Boyd, Phyllis Airesrnan, Donna Danforth, Connie Norpell, Sally Smucker, Shirley Love, Peggy Dugan, Miss Pugh. Row 3-Mark Nichols, Don Boyd, Bernard Nye, Carl Fields, Augie Deering, Bob Clifford, Clif- ford Neibarger, Paul Miller, Richard Day, loe Davis, loe Barrett, Row 4-Iune Norris, Virginia English, Pat Crowley, Mary Ellen Abbott, Marilyn Einkbone, Mary Ellen Kreager, lune Myer, Betty ldle, Dazie Ann Wells, Jeannette Iury. The Student Council is one of the most important organizations of this school because it encourages and pro- motes all Worthy school activities and has general control over all clubs, Which receive their charters from this organization. The Council received its money from the fees collected at school activities. This money is used for many of the Page 106 chapel programs, school dances, and pep rallies. The members are first suggested by the facultyg then the student body votes on them. Membership is based on proper school attitude, leadership, the ability to cooperate, and Willingness to Work. Seven are elected from the sopho- more class, eleven from the junior, and seventeen from the senior class. ' ....Vc...... Lorenzo Lea Pat Irish Marilyn Finkbone Iames Flannigan Pres1dent ,,.,.,...... Vice-President ,... c......c,c,..V....... Secretary ..........,,r Treasurer cc.......,,.. Faculty Advisers .,.. .........c,.,....................,...., Miss Rosa Pugh Principal Frew C. Boyd Annual Staff Row l-Edward Ewald, Robert Ienkins. Row 2-Phyllis Williams, George Hiatt, Mary Ellen Kreager, Paul Miller, Lewis P. Goodwin. Row 3-Hazel McKinnon, lean Kreitler, lane Kreitler, Peggy Dugan, Georgia Edwards. Row 4-Wallace Graham, Burris Van Atta, Mary Lou leffers, Kathryn Wonder. The Annual Staff aims to present a book which the student body will ac- cept favorably and which they will re- gard as their own. By reflecting and interpreting the events and achieve- bents of the student body and adminis- tration, the annual serves as an in- formal record to the community. lt incorporates the opinions, activities, and characteristics of the high school Edltor ,...........,.,.,.....,.. ..,,,,.,. R obert A. lenkins Associate Editor ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, M ary Ellen Kreager students and the town itself by means of articles and photographs. The staff wishes to thank Mr. Millisor and Miss Harmon and their respective staffs for the cooperation they have given. The staff also extends its sin- cere appreciation to the student body and to all others who have aided in publishing this book. Page 107 The Iournalism Staff Row l-fSeatedJ-Anne Douglass Linda W'ells, Edwinna Baker, Martha lones. Row Ze-Iohn E. Miller, Leo Garapedian, Darrell lones, Patricia Seiter, Ruth Lammers, Augustine Deering, Mary lo Humber, Melva Vander l-loven, Richard Day . The work ot the lournalism Stait is the editing of the Reveille News Sheet. The paper includes editorials, a fun column, an account ct sports, and ar- ticles about school activities. The News Sheets are issued once a week. There are special issuesg such as, the Christ- mas lssue and the Senior lssue. The class studies a standard text- Paqe 108 book and the New York Times. The New York Times is the basis for daily study in vocabulary, current events, and essential newspaper work. The News Sheet gives the staff mem- bers and others in the school an oppor- tunity to write for publication. The pa- per also provides an accurate record of school activities. Editor .................... ............,.........,...... R ichard Day Assistant Editor ...c Melva lane Vander Hoven The Mimeograph Staff Row l-- Mr. St. Clair, Lewis Conner, Shirley Rector, Marie Sissea, Mary Vaiea, Kathryn Palmer, Willis Cochran, Betty Idle, Kathleen Haley, Betty Hall, Betty Hideg, luanita Hinger, Helen Wright. ' Flow 2fTom Wolfe, Helen Shide, lean Cramer, Mary Simpson, Eileen Ecleberry, Betty Ann Tones, Marjorie lohnson, Hariet Strader, Goldie Stewart, Ruth Smith, Margie Steinman, Betty Frey. Row 3-Franklin Gentile, Ethel Hughes, Maxine Moran, Edith Webb, William Hayes, Leland Snyder, Kenneth Hughes, lanice Rice, Lorene Padgett, Evelyn Rice, Thelma Kaiser, Mary Louise Fulton, Mae Fraley. The Mimeograph Staff consists of about fifteen boys and girls selected for their efficiency in typing and for their scholastic record. The Staff is one of the most helpful organizations in Newark High. One of the greatest sehvices the staff performs is the mimeographing and folding of the weekly paper, The Reveille News. Adviser ,l,... ..., M r. H. C. St. Clair The staff also does an enormous amount of work for the teachers. This includes tests ,outlines, and sales tickets for the Sales Organization. The work done in a typical week would be the rnimeo- graphing of the paper, two hundred test papers, four hundred sales tickets, and two hundred outlines. Page 109 t L . Room Agents Row l4Wiltred Bowers, Mr. Stoeckmarm, Kenneth Coleman, Donald Smith, Lester McFarland Betty l-lideg, Lonnie Schuler, Edward Ewald, Iuanita Hinger, Mary Eleanor Steinbaugh, luanita Saultz, Beverly DeMar. Row 2-Alice Lavery, Von Warner, Betty Beckman, Donna lean Danforth, Charlene Bagent, Carolyn Harris, Iackie Welsh, loan Walters, Barbara Helphrey, Dale Galbraith, Robert Leisure, David Rankin, Glen Applegate, Carl Welsh, Vernon Hammand, William Howard, Iulie Nutter, Don Weston. Row 34Robert Bonham, Robert Evans, Robert Thomas, Edward Nedelcoff, Lloyd Cook, Margaret Cramer, Barbara Oxley, Thelma Francis, Constance Norpell, Marcella letteries, Pauline Smothers, Maxine Toland, Dorothy Bebout, Dorothea Dodd, Betty Waddell. At the beginning ot each year a boy and a girl are selected from each home room to carry out the duties ot room agents for the year. ,A student must be dependable and accurate in his work to quality tor this Work. The room agents at the beginning of the year go to each member ot the home room to solicit subscriptions for the Reveille News. At the beginning ot the second semester each student is interviewed Page 110 again, this time to solicit for the Reveille Annual. The room agents have a great deal ot responsibility since they play a great part in keeping the students informed on school activities. The room agents must create interest in each room for school activities. They definitely have great influence in creating better school spirit. Adviser .,..,, ...... M r. George Stoeckmann Business Staff Row l-- Betty Parkinson, Adelaide Chilcote, Marjorie Steinman, Betty Hall, Kathleen HaleY. Carol lean Siegel, lune Norris, Carol Duncan, Linda Wells, Martha lones, Elsie Vegan, Donna lean Danforth. Row 2-- Lorraine Schuler, Ruth Smith, Marrian Raikin, Walter Sidell, Richard Baker, Robert lenkins, Robert I-fill, Russell Schoenberger, Franklin Gentile, Darrell Iones, Mr. Stoeckrnann, Barbara Beaver. The business staff is organized at the beginning of each year to do the Work of soliciting advertisements for the Reveille Annual. Several advertisers are assigned to each member who per- sonally contacts the advertisers. lt is through this contact that the student gains valuable experience and training in connection with the business World. The securing of advertisements devel- Adviser .,,, . Mr. Stoeckmann Manager .. .... Lonnie Schuller ops a poise and ease that will be val- uable in any future business contacts. It is also an apportunity for staff mem- bers to become acquainted with the merchants of our community. The success of the annual depends a great deal upon the Work of the busi- ness staff for its members secure the advertisements which partly finance the book. Page 111 National Honor Society Row l-Miss Hosich, Eileen Eckelberry, Mary Ellen Corder, Willis Cochran, Betty Idle, Carol Duncan, Hazel McKinnon, 'William Layman, James Flannigan, Robert jenkins, Carl Cooperrider. Row 2 -Marjorie johnson, june Holister, Kathryn Palmer, Patrick Irish, Lorenzo Lea, Earl Orr, Dorothea Dodd, Ruth Smith, Margie Steinman, Betty Hall, Marie Sissea. Row 3 -Mary Vaiea, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Betty Parkinson, Mariam Raikin, Mary Ellen Kreager, Mary Ellen Abbott, Marilyn Finkbone, Patsy Chidester, Adelaide Chilcote, Mary Lou letters, .Tune Myer, The National Honor Society is chosen from the upper fifteen per cent of the senior class. lt is a national or- ganization begun in this school in 1937 under the direction of Miss Laura Hosick. The chief purpose of the club is to give due recognition to the peo- ple Who are high in interest in scholar- ship. The members of the society were for- mally presented to the student body in an asembly program on March 8. Dr. Merrimon Cuninggim, a professor at Page 112 Denison University who was formerly a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University was the speaker. His subject was Brit- ish Characteristics vs. .American Char- acteristics. The annual banquet was held at Hull Place on April 16. The speaker was Miss Lauriel Eubankg her subject was "l Remember Pearl Harbor." Throughout the year funds Were raised by tax stamps collected by the members who were admitted at the end of their junior year. The officers for the year Were: President ........... ..... C arol Duncan Vice President .... ...........l. B etty Idle Secretary ......... ..... W illiam Layman Treasurer ...... ...,. H azel McKinnon Adviser ..... ...., M iss Laura Hosick Masque and Gavel Seated-lean Kreitler, lane Kreitler, lacqueline Snyder, Marjorie Woodward, Barbara Roden- iser, Alice Tait, Malve lane Vander l-loven, Mary lo l-lumbert, Mary Elinor Steinbaugh, Mary Vaiea, Reva Hoskmson, Kathryn Palmer. Standing --- Kathryn Wonder, Danny Grieser, Richard Day, Pat lrish, Richard Baker, Lorenzo Lea, Paul Miller, Leo Garapedian, Miss B. I. Burris. The newest organization in Newark l-ligh School is Masque and Gavel which is a national honorary society recognizing those members of the high school skilled in speech and dramatics. To gain membership, the students declare their candidacy some months in advance. The students' teachers are then informed and at the end of the semester, they turn in reports on the students' progress. This applies to are threefold: to recognize and promote significant student achievement in any area of speech in the high school, to assist the student in raising his stand- ards of speech, to sponsor a better re- lationship between the high school and its community. Under the able leadership of Miss Betty lane Burris, the club sponsored an evening of entertainment for the promotion of the sale of war bonds. activities as well as classroom work. The club also presented programs be- The objectives of this organization fore prominent clubs in the city. OFFICERS President ..........,,..................,.,. Barbara Rodeniser Vice-President ,,......., Melva lane Vanderhoven Secretary-Treasurer ,...i......,,.,,.,...,,... Mary Vaiea Sergeant-at-Arms ...,., .r.,,...e,,.. R ichard Day .Adviser .,.......,.e,.,,.... .,,... M iss Betty Burris I Page 113 The Debate Squad gg ' - Row l - Lorenzo Lea, Pat lrish, Esther Bland, loseph Burnley, Barbara Rodeniser, Richard Baker, Roger Gaumer. Row 2-flohn Anderegg, Io Ann Ditter, Doris Shaman, Rosemary Barclay, Claribel Bush, Geraldine Lake, Beatrice Wright. Row 3- Donna Mossman, William Eckert, Kenneth Coleman, Howard Phillips lack Bertsch. Row 4 -- Margaret Cramer, Margaret ller, Robert Coyne, ln spite of gas shortage the debate squads completed a full schedule of work, At the beginning of the year there were two classes: seven in the advanced group and fifteen in the sophomore division. The first semester was spent in the general study of the question: Resolved, That post-war World Federation be established. Then the classes were combined and the de- bate schedule carried out as follows: ln the Columbus North tournament, held Ian. 23, Newark with four teams entered and tied with Canton McKin- ley for second place. Three days after a dual debate with Coshocton, the lo- cal school entered the tournament of District Four held in Columbus, Feb. 13. ln this contest Marietta, Columbus North, and Newark earned the right Page 114 to participate in the State Tournament, held March l9, 20. Here Newark went farther than in the past eight years- being stopped only in the sixth round Athe semi-finals, by a team which in the next round became the state cham- pions. The debate squads also appeared before the four junior high schools, in panel discussions at two churches, and before the local public speaking class. The senior affirmative team on March 5 met the Zanesville debaters at a lunch- eon given by the Zanesville Exchange Club. The year's Work was fittingly climaxed by the participation of Rich- ard' Baker, Patrick lrish, and Lorenzo Lea in the N. F. L. Congress, held this year on March l9 and 20 in Springfield. Adviser .,.,V. ...... M r. C. P. Smlth Dramatic Club Row l---Don Prush, Clayton Priest, Eddie Ewald, lean Hughes, Iune Myers, Carol Porter, Hazel McKinnon, Paul Miller, Beva Hoskinson, Miss Burris, Bob lenkins, Don Weston, Clare Barton. Row 2-- Marjorie Lou Myers, lean Wright, Doris Showman, Beverly De Mar, Ioan Walters, Alice Tait, Elizabeth Carey. Katherine Wonder Melva lane Vander Hoven, Dora Frances Swisher, Mary Perry Oxley, Dick Williams. Bow 3 7 Esther Bland, Peggy Dugan, Patsy Higginbotham, Georgia Edwards, Barbara Francis, Elojean Dustheimer, Ann Douglass, losephine Moore, Donna Van Ness, Pat Stewart, Raymond Nourse, lack Billingsly. Bow 4e-V-Richard Baker, Carol lean Siegle, Gloria lones, Ioann lohns, Bob Strang, Richard Bice, Howard Phillips, lackie Snyder, Connie Norpell, Mary K. O'Brien, Bill Slater, Mary Lou Jeffers. Bow 5 -lean McCartney, lean Thomas, Mary Ann Wintermute, lack Birch, Brice Smith, Carl Wise, Bob Bonham, Marjorie Woodyard, Virginia English, Dorothea Dodd, lune Hollister. Row 6-Dazie Ann Wells, Dick Day, Linda Wells, lanice l-lay Shirley Love, Katherine Palmer, Betty Ann lones, Betty ldle, Mary Lou Buchanan, Mariam Raikin, lean Davidson, Mary Elinor Steinbaugh. The Dramatic Club under the direc- tion of Miss Betty lane Burris presented their first play of the year, "You Can't Take lt With You" on November 24, the cast consisting of sophomores, jun- iors, and seniors. Tryouts were held at the beginning of each semester for new members. Both a formal and an informal initia- tion Were held and thirty-two members were taken into the club. The meetings were held in the auditorium every first and third week of each month and a few social events were held throughout the year. The junior play "American Passport" was given March l2 and the senior play "lane Eyre" was given April 29 and 30. President ............. ................ P aut Miller Vice-President ....., ...... H azel McKinnon Secretary ........... ............ B eva Hoskinson Treasurer .... .,..,,,.,..,..,,,,vY.,,, I une Myers Adviser ..... ...... M iss Betty lane Burris Page 115 College Club Row l--- Linda Wells, lune Myer, Mary Ellen Abbott, Robert Wells, Lorenzo Lea, Clare Bar' ton, Adelaide Chicote, Barbara Beaver, Daizie Ann Wells, Mary Ellen Kreager, Hazel McKinnon, Ann Kramer. Row 2fMelva Vander Haven, Mary Ann Fulke, lune Davis, Athena Forbes, Geraldine Fredritz, Evelyn Nichols, Thelma Stalling, Kathryn Wonder, Anne Douglass, Dorothea Dodd, Richard Day, lames Flannigan. Row 3-Lorraine Schuler, Marjorie Von Shriltz, Elsie lane Vogan, lune Hollister, lean lireitler, Sarah Davidson, lane Kreitler, Eleanor Bonar, Robert lenkins, 'William Eitinger, Franklin Mulguin. Row 4fEdward Nedelcoii, Mary Elinor Steinbaugh, lean Davidson, Mary Frazier, Carol Duncan, Elizabeth Carey, Mildred Weaver, Betty Parkinson, Mariam Raikin, Richard Utts, Louis Goodwin, Robert Hughes, Don McCualsky. Row 5fLeo Garapedian, Mary Lou letters, Marilyn Finkbone, lanice Hay, Martha lones, Ruth Lammers, Dora Frances Swisher, Patricia Chidester, Darrell lones, Charles Schwartz Robert Tiebout, Edward Holrnok. Members, who wish to, may visit the colleges in which they are interested on high-school day. The College Club is comprised ot senior members who are planning on attending college. The main purpose ot the club is to acquaint each member with the school which is best fitted to his needs and to prepare him to attend that school. At the meetings representatives from various colleges speak on the location, expense, requirements, and financial aids and opportunities offered by the college which he represents. Vocabu- lary tests and scholarship tests are taken to prepare the members for the tests which they must take when they enter college. Discussions are held be- tween the members on subjects such as better methods of study, ideal con- ditions oi study, and reviews of valu- able books concerning college life. President .ter.,..... ,.,,, M ary E, Abbott Vice-President ...,. ,,..,... R obert Wells Secretary ,.,....c ...,.,...r..r L inda Wells Treasurer ...... ,,t,,e,...,,,.. I une Myers Adviser ....., ,,et,. M iss Bertha Crilly Page 116 Modern Language Club Row l Martha Tones, Ruth Lammers, lune Myer, Melva lane Vander Hoven, Marilyn Fink- bone, Lewis Goodwin, Dick Utts, Adelaide Chilcote, Barbara Beaver, Mary Ellen Kreager, Hazel McKinnon, Mrs. Krieg. Row Z Linda Wells, Mary Ann Fulke, lune Davis, Athena Forbes, Anne Kramer, Evelyn Nickols, Thelma Stalling, Kathryn Wonder, Anne Douglass, Dick Day, Iames Flannigan. Row 3-- Lonnie Schuler, Marjorie Von Shriltz, Elsie Vogan, Mildred 'Weaver, Elizabeth Carey, Carry lden, Melvin Johnson, Robert Hughes, Chester Anderson. Row llflean Berry, Ellen Tones, Marguerite Haas, Betty Parkinson, Miriam Raikin, Mary Eleanor Steinbaugh, lean Davidson, Mary Ellen Abbott, Franklin Mulquin, Clare Barton. The Modern Language Club of New- ark High School is composed of the students of the modern languages: French, Spanish, and German. The purpose of the Modern Language Club is to promote a broader and more extensive interpretation of the lan- guage, customs, and culture of the for- eign countries. This cultural aspect is generally admitted to be one of the most significant aims of modern lan- guage study. An understanding of O F F l C E R S President ,.,,.....Y.,,.,,.,,,........,,..,.. Marilyn Finkbone Vice-President ...... .c.... R oger Sedgwick Secretary .......... ........... R ichard UttS Treasurer ...... ........ L ewis Goodwin Adviser ...... .... M rs. Sarah Krieq foreign people and their civilization contributes to intelligent citizenship and enlightened public opinion in interna- tional problems. With this purpose the Modern Language Club has this year invited speakers who can bring to them different aspects of the countries where French, German, and Spanish are spokeng thus the aim of the inter- national scope is more nearly attained. The club meets on the first Monday of every month. Page 117 GYA Row l---lune Myer, Melva lane Vander Hoven, Mary lo Hurnbert, Mary Lou letters, Carol Duncan, Mary Ellen Kreager, Marilyn Finkbone, Mary Ellen Abbott, Anne Cramer, Mary Alice Howard. Row 27- Lonnie Schuler, Marjorie Von Shriltz, Mary Anne Fulke, lune Davis, Athena Forbes, Janice Hay Linda Wells, Kathryn Wonder, Anne Douglass, Dorothea Dodd, Phyllis Airesman. Row 3--f-lune Norris, Barbara Beaver, Ruth Lamrners, Martha Iones, Betty Hall, Betty Hideq, Mary Eleanor Steinbaugh, lean Davidson, Patricia Seiter, Hazel McKinnon. Row 4--A Mary Kay O'Brien, Constance Norpell, lacqueline Fletcher, Alice Tait, lrma Myers, Dazie Ann Wells, Mary Vaiea, Peggy Dugan, Patricia I-liggenbottom, Sara Smucker, Thelma Francis, lackie De Mar. Row 5fAdelaide Chilcote, lean Berry, Dora Frances Swisher, lean Hughes, Lorraine Miller, Francis Mix, Wanda lones, Rosemary Kidd, Norma Huffman, Virginia Wilson, Ruth Harris. The Girls' Youth Association is an or- ganization made up of junior and senior girls. The new members are elected into the club by vote, and membership is limited to seventy-five members. The club was organized several years ago with three main objectives in view: namely, to promote an interest in the welfare of the community, to pro- mote scholarship, and to further the culture of its members. The advisors this year were Miss Pauline McCreary and Miss Betty lane Burris. Page 118 The club meets every other Wednes- day night. After the business meeting a program is presented. The club gave a chapel program. The speaker was Dr. Iames McCloud of Columbus, Ohio. The club presented a needy local fam- ily with a Thanksgiving and Christmas basket and with various other gifts throughout the year. The social affairs included a joint meeting with the junior and senior Hi-Y's, a float in the home coming parade, an in formal dance, and a for- mal dance. OFFICERS: President ,,,,,,,,.....,,,.,,,......... Mary Ellen Kreager Vice-President ....... ......,.. M arilyn Finkbone Secretary ..,.,.,,. .......... C arol Du1'1CClD Treasurer .... ...... M ary Lou leffers Senior Hi-Y Row I Frederick Schaus, Homer Pound, Harold Nourse, lames Flannigan, Patrick Irish, Lorenzo Lea, Dale Galbraith, Robert Ienkins, Richard Day. Row 2 -- lohn Billingsleilt lohn Bickel, Robert Derrinqer, Robert Wells, Melvin Iohnson, William Slater, Lewis Godwin, Richard Baker, Dale Haynes. Row 3 Harold letters, Robert Tiebout, Edward Holmok, Robert Andrews, Frank Clay, Wil- liam Winn, William Eitinger, Robert Hughes, Richard Utts, Mr. R. G. Smith. The Senior Hi-Y Club was organized this year to promote the purpose of Hi-Yg namely, "to create, maintain, and extend, throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. This club meets every Monday at 7:30 P. M. in the Y. M. C. A. Each meeting is opened by a short religious program and after the usual business, the rest of the session is devoted to one ot the following phases: social, educa- tional, athletic or service projects. President ........... Patrick lrish Vice-President ...., ........ C harles Swartz Secretary ....o...... ...... C arl Cooperrider Treasurer ...... ...,.Y I ames Flannigan Adviser ...... ...... M r. C. P. Smith At its initial undertaking' this year, the Senior club in cooperation with the Student Council sponsored the annual Friendship Week and the Friendship Dance. This project was followed by many other activities which included a bond and stamp drive, the issuing of song and cheer booklets, club dances, participation in parades, church attendance in a body, the sending of a Christmas box to Europe, and the editing of the Hi-Y Sojunsen. Page 119 Iunior Hi-Y Row l-Charles Rechel, George Ruble, Richard Warthen, George Brooke, Bradley Norpell, Roger Gaurner, Robert Andrews, Robert Anderson. Row 2-Donald Hess, William I-leckelman, Edward Ewald, Robert Clifford, Eugene Pryor, Walter Sidell, Claire Hart, Paul Lowney, Ned Wells, Thomas Keyes, Robert Backenstos. Row 3--Mr. George Stoeckmann, lohn Rosebraugh, Burr Van Atta, lohn Yarger, Robert Eppelein, Robert Beinhower, lohn Burkam, Noel Cook, Clayton Priest, Robert Farrington, Charles lrlinger, Robert Bieberbach, Mr. P. G. Steinberger. Row 4-Samuel Graves, Howard Eddy, Vergil Bonham, Charles Markham, Howard Miller, Donald Crouse,. Daniel Grieser, Robert Strong, William Pound, Robert Smith, David Shanton, William Brooks. "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character" has always been the aim of the l-li-Y's. The Iunior l-li-Y meets every Tues- day evening at 7:30. The sessions open with a short devotional program fol- lowed by the regular business meeting. The business concluded, the club then turns to one of the following: athletics, educational speeches or pictures, pub- lic service, or some social activity. t Page 120 President ,,,.....,,...... ., Vice-President .,,.... .. Secretary lv..l,,l, .,... Treasurer ...,l,. l,.,, Advires ..., Speakers appearing before the club included, among others, Mr. lack Dean, Owens-Corning representative, Mr. Le- roy Wilson, social science instructor, Rev. Donald Shaw, minister of the Neal Avenue Church, Rev. H. E. Wonder, minister of the Second Presbyterian Church, and Mr. Steinberger in con- junction with Mr. Stoeckmann. The Hi-Y sponsored Colonel Chui jointly with the Seniors and the Student Council for one -of the Chapel pro- grams. Other activities included dances and parties, recreational contests, motion pictures, donations to charities, partici- pation in parades, and attending church services in a body. The club concluded the year with a hay ride and a dance. ....Walter Seidel Eugene Pryor Clare Hart lRobert Clifford Stoeckmann Mr. Steinbarger Sophomore Hi-Y Row l Kenny Colman, Carl Vtfelsch, Daniel Flowers, Dave Rankin, lohn Warner, Lee lleckman, Bernard Nye, Richard Reese, William Dayhuff, lohn Bozman. Row fMr. R. C. Smith, Carl Smith, Bob Coyne, Russell Weiler, Bob Loss, lohn Herschberger, Bob Gardner, Howard Phillips, Oscar Gordon, Gail Wolfe, Dick Rice, Bob Heatwole, Wilfred Bowers, Mr. Leroy Wilson. Row 3-Ellsworth Burton, Bill Thompson, Ronnie De Ment, Bill Eckert, Howard Hill, George Ankele, Dick Perdue, lim Siegle, Phillip Limm, Bob Robertson, Clarence Brucker, Bill Howard. Not ln Picture-Gene Piche, Timmy Tones. The Sophomore Hi-Y was organized again this year with the aim of pro- moting clean living. The Hi-Y club meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 in the Y.M.C.A. The programs consist oi lectures, gymnasium activities, and social events. The lectures were given by Mr. Frew C. Boyd and other mem- O F F I C E R S President ..,.,.,,....................,...,......,..., lohn WGTHGI Vice-President ..... ...... L ee H9Ck1'I1CU'1 Secretary ttt..,.. .....,..,.. B ernard Nye Treasurer ,,.., .,,,,...... D avid Rankin Chaplain .,.,., ,........ K enneth Coleman Adviser t..,.. ,.... M r. Leroy H. Wilson bers ot the faculty. Social events spon- sored by the club included suppers, dances, and open-house parties. Other activities were recreational contests between the members at the Y.M.C.A. clubrooms. The attendance and the interest were very satisfactory throughout the year. Page 121 Page The Girl Reserves Row l- Eleanor Bonar, Maxine Darnes, Mary Ellen Teagarden, lane Kreitlor, Kathrine Palmer, Harriett Lawrence, lean Kreitler, Frances Butcher, Mary Vaiea, Sara Davidson, Evelyn Nichols. Row 2' Mary Smith, Lucille Frye, Rosemary Barclay, Margaret Foos, luanita McCaiterty, Norma lean Mason, Bonalee Shipp, lean Martin, Dorothy Van Winkle, Phyllis Airesman, Dorothy Bebout. Row 3-W Ruth Carpenter, Vernetta Kinney, Mary Lee Williams, Bonnie Wallace, lanice lacobs, Virginia Vintila, Faye Rogers, Martha Edwards, Esther Bland, Adelaide Chilcole, Jeanne Ballinger. Row 4- Miss Mildred Hawke, chief adviser: Helen Richards, Marilyn lones, Lucille Lane, Elizabeth Carey Patsy Chidester, Priscilla Wetzel, Patricia Crowley, Maxine Moran, Barbara Beaver, Miss Florence Boyd, program adviser. The Girl Reserve Club ot Newark High School was organized in the tall oi i920 by Miss Mabel Moore. Miss Amy Montgomery became the leader when she took Miss Moore's place in l92l. ln l926 the requirements called tor at least tour advisers. At that time Miss Mildred Hawke became the pro- gram adviser, and, in the spring of 1927, the chief adviser. Since l932 Miss Velma Lattimer has been service acl- viser. Miss Mary King has also helped the service chairman this year. 122 Membership in this club is open to any high-school girl who subscribes to the principals and ideals expressed in the purpose, slogan, and code of the club. About once a month the otticers ot the club hold meetings during the noon hour in Miss Mildred l-lawke's room. ln this meeting they discuss matters of business pertaining to club work. The work oi the Girl Reserve room agent is essential as she assists in keeping the work ot the club running President ,,,c,..,..,,, . ,..,,, Kathryn Palmer Vice-President ,.,.,.. ,..,. E velyn Nichols The Girl Reserves Flow l-Thelma Stalling, Shirley Shannon, Lonnie Schuler, Marjorie McElroy, Anne Douglass, Mary Ann Eulke, Athena Forbes, Iune Davis, Geraldine Freclritz, Charlotte Hoffer, Helen Wright. Row 24Ereda Watson, Elsie Williams, Betty Wallace, Ella Mae Priest, Hazel Leslie Shirley Lovell, Belly ldle, Belly Frye, Thelma Kinser. Row 3 -Claire Nugent, Belly Parkinson, Patricia Crist, Carol lean Siegel, Kathryn Wonder. Row 4'- Ruby Haynes Elsie Weakley, Betty Wadell, Leora Andrews, Ioan- Christy, Mary lane Chester, Esther Gualtieri, lean Hagans, Virginia Gulridge. Row 5-Elsie lanes, Phyllis lones, Vera Aatskoff, Marian Becker, Mary Beckman, Billie lean Davenport, Susanna Davis, Charlene Bagen, Betty I-lupp. smoothly. She collects dues and con- tributions of food, clothing, toys, and money, distributes GR. pins and but- tons, checks membership and attend- ance at the meetings, sells tickets, hears new members say memory Work, fills out record cards for each member and does any other service necessary. Last summer two of the officers at- tended the Girl Reserve camp at Camp Mary Eells on Lake Erie. They brought back new ideas for programs from members of other clubs. At Thanksgiving and Christmas time the Girl Reserves share their blessings with those less fortunate than they are. They give food, clothing, and toys to fill baskets. This year Frances Butcher and her committee helped three fami- lies at Thanksgiving time and five fam- ilies at Christmas time. This year Frances and her committee also filled a box for the Red Cross. The programs this year have mostly been given by members themselves. A talent program Was held on March Secretary iii... .,i.... E leanor 'Bonar Treasurer ..,.., ...,. M ary Vaiea Page 123 The Girl Reserves Row l-- lo Sands, Dolores Robinson, Alice Lavery, Pauline Powell, Virginia Moore, lanice Pease, lean McCartney, Colleen lohnson, Mildred Keaser, Donna Kirk, Wilma l-lowes. Row 2fEleanor Mariani, Elinor l-larchlor, Martha Rossell, Marjorie Lou Myers, Mary Lou Woltjen, lean Wright, Marjorie Stough, Anita Smith, Frances Mason, Carolyn Kreitler, Betty Wilson, Peggy Weiher. Row 3-Sharon McDaniel, Nevella Moore, Martha Rossell, Norma Rodgers, Dorothy Weaver, lean Snidden, Patricia Sieqle, Ruth Sedgwick, Evelyn A. Smith, Madelyn Plaine, ludy Miller, Betty Stevens, Maxine Mintern. 25 following a ring ceremony given by the girls receiving rings on March ll. The second initiation was held at the beginning of the second semester for the girls who were unable to at- tend the iirst initiation held at the gym- nasium at the iirst oi the school year. Evelyn Nichols, vice-president, gave a very interesting talk on the W.A.A.C.'s. This year the new Girl Reserve chorus led by lane and lean Kreitler and ac- companied by Thelma Kinser gave two programs. t Page 124 The social committee and their chairman, Harriett Layrence, held an informal initiation at the gymnasium at the beginning oi the year. The annual Girl Reserve valentine dance was held in the Masonic Temple on February 6. On May 7 the Girl Reserves had their annual parent-daughter banquet at the First Presbyterian Church. Another annual celebration oi the Girl Reserves is Girl Reserve week. At the beginning oi this week the club attends church in a body. This year Corresponding Secretaries Maxine Darnes, Mary Ellen Teagarden The Girl Reserves Row ly Betty Price, Dorothy Price, lune Provin, lacquelin Welch, Esther Sanner, Betty Maidel, Emojean Thompson, Hazel Thompson, Bonnie Warman, Helen Simms. Row 2, Mary Snoor, Dolores Shaw, Dorothy Williams, Ruth Wilkin, Lillian Patten, Sylvia Seiler, Eileen Kennington, Wilda Lawrence, Barbara Luby, lune Wolfe. Row 3H- Phyllis Pinkerton, Yona Trout, Catherine Thompson, Mary Vogel, Maryann Winters mute, Eleanor Waggoner, Mary Emerson, Mary Louise Glaunsinger, Margarette Gentry, Mary Barrett. Row 4-Betty Castle, Ann Christmon, Ann Margaret Cramer, Frances Fulkerson, Frances Haley, Maxine Block, Dorothy Berry, Frances Glover, Ada Gonser, Ieanette l-lallisey, Ruth Chatterton. the club attended St. Francis de Sales on February 2l. Throughout the week each Girl Reserve wears a button sig- nifying that she is a G.R. This year the club was also recognized on the bul- letin board. .As the theme for their float at the Homecoming game the Girl Reserves used the old-fashioned Girl Reserve and the modern Girl. Reserve. The girls formed a triangle on the float which was decorated with blue and silver crepe paper and G.R. emblems. Miss Mildred Hawke Miss Florence Boyd Advisers .Y...., , At the beginning of this year the Girl Reserves made a present of two hand-woven rugs to the Y.W.C.A., and lean and lane Kreitler and Kathryn Palmer told the Y.W.C.A. Board mem- bers of the club and its work. The club magazines are The Treasure Chest, published by the Ohio and West- ern Pennsylvania District Y.W.C.A., from which several programs were taken, the Woman's Press, and The Bookshelf. Page 1? Page Bicycle Club Row l-Doris Showman, Marilyn lones, Shirley Anderson, Dorothy Bebout, Patsy Chidester, Charles Swartz, Linda Wells, Phyllis Airesman, Margaret Totten, Shirley Shannon, Mr. Leroy Wilson. Row 2-Martha lones, lmogene Siegle, Mary Lee Williams, Miriam Baikin, Betty Parkison, Thelma Stalling Russel Shoneberger, Clayton Priest, Don McCualsky, Ed l-lolmok, Robert Wells. Row 3-Rosemary Kidd, lean Kreitler, Frances Butcher, lane Kreitler, Elizabeth Carey, Mildred W'eaver, Henrietta Robertson, Martha Martin, Mary Ann Fulke. Row 4-Lewis Goodwin, Richard Utts, Bonnie Shipp, Elsie Weakley, Bob Epplilien, lack Billingsley, Barbara Beaver, Adelaide Chilcote, Mary Frazier, lune Davis. Row 5-Wallace Wolfe, Donald Geidenberger, Donald Crouse ,Paul Shipp, Leland Shoe- maker, Ruth Lammers, Evelyn Nichols. This year, the Bicycle Club is ably advised by Mr. L. H. Wilson. Through his guidance, many projects have been carried out. A traffic committee was organized. The committee consisted of four leaders from each section of town and twelve committeemen. They had complete cooperation with the police department and reported to the police the names of traffic offenders. .A safety campaign was launched in connection with this work. The club had various speakers and showed movies at their programs. Their adviser, Mr. Wilson, spoke of his trav- els through Europe on a bicycle. Mr. Walter L. Young of the lunior Chamber of Commerce, spoke on "Be Careful." The parking committee was active in keeping the parking area clear. Also the poster committee drew illustrations for the safety campaign and for the membership drive. President ........ Treasurer ..... Adviser ..... 126 Vice-President ............ Secretary. .......... Charles Swartz Phyllis Airesman Linda Wells .. Patsy Chidester Mr. Leroy Wilson The Science Club Row l-f John Gulick, Bob Leckey, George Ankele, Dick Warthen, Ann Rossel, Don Curry, Charles Abbott, Richard Clark, Darrell Iones. Row 2-Leo Garapedian, Donald Huggins, Robert Tiebout, William Lee, Gin Pong Chan, Howard Eddy, Robert Welsh. Row 3fMr. P. C. Steinberger, Daniel Grieser, Roger Gaumer, Chester Anderson, Robert Bonham, lames Dennison. The Science Club consists of mem- bers ot the student body who are inter- ested in various fields ot science and who are taking either chemistry or physics. Interesting talks and demonstrations were planned and given. Among these were demonstrations by Gim Ponq Chan with the test coil and a talk given by Daniel Grieser on the radio tube. Several motion pictures were shown. l Adviser o.,.., ....c M r. P. G. Steinberqer President .,,.,,,,, ,,.,, ..,.. D a niel Grieser Vice-President .... ...... D onald Curry Secretary ..... W Richard Warthen Treasurer ..,.. ...... E uqene Pryor Page 127 Page Library Club Row l- Carol Litten, lane Porter, Betty Wise, Mary Selby, Miss Hills, lean Wright, Carolyn Kreitler, Norma Brehm, Doris Truex. Row 2-Martha l-leckman, Betty l-lonenberger, Martha Rose lones, Vonne Warner, Eleanor Lugar, Nancy McPherson, Barbara Oxley, loanne lohns, Louise l-lartshorn, Dorothy Wintringham, Connie Makris. This year our library is three years old. Since the beginning the students of Newark High School have appreci- ated the help their library has been to them in their school work. A Library Club was organized when first opened by Miss The members of this library assistants one the library was Blanche L. Hills. club served as period a day to help the students and to issue books. meeting of the During the regular club the girls learned the methods used in our library. Some of the purposes of the club are to help the students and faculty in the use of the library: to serve as a possible vo- 128 cational interest for some members: and to help the members become in- terested' in reading the educational books and magazines At the beginning of the second semes- ter Miss Hills left for another position and Miss Betty lane Burris, dramatic coach and public speaking instructor, became the new librarian. Since Miss Burris has several classes the library is open only in the morning. Moreover, a permit is required for admittance to the library. However, the students are still being urged to attend and make use of the library. Faculty Adviser, first semester Miss Blanche L. Hills Faculty Adviser, second semester Miss Betty lane Burris Scribblers Club Row l-Mary Selby, Connie Makris, Mary Alice Howard, Howard Phillips, Anne Douglass, Raymond Nourse. Row Z4Thomas Wolfe, Anne Rossel, Barbara Oxley, Margaret lden, Betty Ward, Patricia Stewart, Richard Hottinger, Mr, Kingery. Row 34Wilda Lawrence, Eileen Kennington, lack Bertsch, Mary Mackenzie, Richard Rice. The Scribblers Club, now under the supervision of Mr. Kingery, is quite an old club that has been reorganized this year. lts purpose is to stimulate the Writing interest of students in vari- ous forms of literature and to investigate the Various techniques in many types of literature. ln its Work many suggested topics are used but mostly descriptive writing in the form of composition. These com- positions are edited and criticized by Mr. Kingery and then read before the group. The club has a small library and the students are encouraged to read and work with these publications. A list of all outside readings that the members do will be kept and filed in order to trace the development of the members in choice of material. Witli President ....... ......... H oward Phillips Secretary ...........t ...c,, ...A A n ne Douglass Adviser .i..,.. .... . .. Mr. Gordon Kingery the aid of the library, the club sub- scribes to the magazines Poetry and Story Parade to study and read the styles of current writings. All classes may belong to this club because there is no grade restriction. .A student may be slow in other sub- jects, but if he has shown a flair for writing he may exhibit his or her tal- ents in Scribblers. There are no dues and but two officers: a president and secretary-treasurer. This year, the Scribblers club had many guest speakers who are Well qualified to speak on Various literary subjects. Page 129 Page Sales Organization Bow l-Shirley Beckham, Frances McVey, Shirley Anderson, Shirley Lovell, Marjorie McElroy, Margaret Totten, Shirley Shannon, Fern Price, Vernetta Kinney, Dorothy Blizzard. Bow 2fGeraldine Lake, Norma Huffman, lean Drumm, Norma Kistler, Betty McDaniel, Thelma Stalling, Thelma Kaiser, Elsie Williams, Mary Lee Williams, Barbara Dorsey. Row 3-Mr. Dornbirer, larnes Phillips, Dale Galbraith, Paul Huffman, Donna Mossman, Dorothy Niblick, Robert Derringer, George Cavendish, Raymond lohnson. Bow 4-Robert Coyne, Walter Porter, Ronald Barclay, Dick Parlet, Ellsworth Burton, Bernard Nye, Bob Bonham. The Sales Organization is composed of students taking retail selling and any other pupils Wishing experience in the Work. The organization has a two- fold purpose: to give members experi- ence in serving people and to provide refreshments to the patrons of our sport events. This group of about sixty students did 130 almost eighteen hundred dollars' Worth of business last year. The profit made goes to various needs of the school not covered by other sources of in- come. This year the fund provided for some assembly talks and for the pur- chase of a motion-picture screen. The aim of the club is to purchase such things as will be of benefit to the great- est number of students. Supervisor .... ,.... M r. B. W. Dornbirer Iunior Retail Club Row l-Betty ller, Imogene Ryan, Betty lohnson, Ruby Saultz, Cora lean Culver, Mary Ellen Corder, lanice Howes, Evelyn Huber, Lois Hodge, Phyllis Arensburg. Row 2-Alice Irwin, Dorothy Frizzell, Betty Ward, Frances Lees, Eileen Darling, Ruth Meachen, Eleanora Maniace, Ruth Nickols, Pauline Lambert, Evelyn Moore, Anna Fisher, Lucille Lane. Row 3 -e Mr. Dornbirer, Gail Baughman, Bill Hogue, Homer Pound, Charles McCartney, Clifford Neighbarger, Bob Snyder, Dale Bennett, Dick Butts, Don Barber, Bob Baker. This club was organized by the mem- bers oi the co-operative selling class. The students work half the school day and on Saturdays at some local store. This course is open to seniors only. The club was organized under the supervi- sion oi Mr. Dornbirer. The members oi the club chose sides and had a contest. The losing side gave a party for the Winning side. On May the sixth the club had its annual banquet at Hull Place. Each member oi the club was to bring his or her employer as a guest. The Iunior Retailers have been suc- cessful as a club and each member has made a success of his individual job. The club has given to the city of New- ark students who are well-educated in the subject of selling. Page 131 Band . Row l-Irma Myers, foe Barrett. Bow 2-Bonnie Barringer, Iune Provin, Margie Lou Myers, Elsie Iones, Margette Gentry, Margaret Foos, Donna Kirk, Norma Rodgers, Colleen lohnson, Iosephine Kanuckel, Bonnie McDon- ald, Carol Bebout, Pat Siegle, Ianice lacobs, Dorothy Berry. Bow 3fMartin Young, Mary Louise Glaunsinger, Frances Mason, Frances Fulkerson, Deloris Ogle, Carol Porter., Betty Frey, Pauline Carpenter, Barbara Helfrey, Vivian Kendrick, Bonnie War- man, Claire Barton, Bill Filkosky, Mr, Campbell. Row 4-Nancy MacPherson, Carolyn Kreitler, Beryl Ann Keckley, Doris Truex, lean Neagle, Betty Hupp, Clarence Holman, Ernie Dayton, Roy Vail, lames lanes, Ierry Holland. Flow 5-Charles Pigg, Bernard Stough, lack Stouch, Mary Morris, Dale Galbraith, Frank Gentile lackie Welsh, Kathleen Haley, Lloyd Cook, Weldon Bonham, George Rubel. Row 6-Martha Edwards, Thelma Kinser, Dick Welker, Gail Wolf, Ruth Harris, Robert Cocanour, lack Waggener, Bill Howard, Don Barber, Carl Wise, Ralph Davis. Bow 7-Dick Williams, lohn Bozman, Dale Haynes, Mary Fulton, Helen Simms, Harold Main, Bill Eckert. The activities cf the Newark-High band have been very important to the student body this year. lt has added much enthusiasm and pleasure at foot- ball and basketball games. Bill Blatz, reporter for the Dispatch, said, "New- ark had one of the most outstanding hands on the gridiron in Central Ohio." For the first part of the year the band, under the direction of Mr. Dwight Campbell, offered much entertainment including a concert in the fall given at W'hite's Stadium. The band consists of eighty-five mem- bers including a drum major and six- teen drum majorettes. The most out- Directors ,. page 132 standing members were chosen to play at basketball games. Money was made by the band this year by a col- lection taken at the stadium. This money helps to provide for their equip- ment. ln the middle of the first semester the band came under the direction of Mr. Charles Dowling, Ir., replacing the position vacated by Mr. Campbell who has left civilian life to offer his services to the United States Navy. Mr. Dowling has capably filled this position and has offered considerable entertainment the past year, including a concert given the second semester. Mr. Dwight Campbell Mr. Chas. Dowling, Ir. Band Club Row le- lkfr. D, C. Main, Vice-President: Mrs. F. C. Keckley, Presidentg Mrs. C. B. Moody, Secretary: Mrs. L. D. Utts, Treasurer. Row 2fMr. Harold McFarland, Mrs. Harold McFarland, Mr. Z. A. Toothman, Mrs, M. C. Young, Mrs. Keckley, Mrs. William Fulkerson, Mrs. Walter L. lones, Mrs. Z. A. Toothman. Row 3eMrs. Holland Shell, Mrs. Earl Martin, Mrs. Gladys C. Barton, Mrs. D. C. Mains, Mr.s Darwin W. Galbraith. Row 4-Mr. Rolland Shell, Mr. Darwin W. Galbraight, Mrs, Iohn N. Chester, Mrs. C. A. Forester, Mr. Charles Dowling, Mr. C. B. Moody, Mr. F. C. Boyd, Mr. William Fulkerson, Mr. Earl Martin. The Newark High School Band Club was organized four years ago. The membership consists of parents and friends of members in the Senior High School Band who are interested in its advancement. The aim is to cooperate and assist the band instructor in securing the nec- essary equipment, such as Bass and French Horns, and uniforms for the transportation to the games when the band accompanies the team. This assistance is made possible by the support of the general public given to the band and Band Club Activities, such as, the donations at the Home- coming Game and the Spring Concert. This also helps to support the motto- "Grow or Go." Officers of the Club for i943 are as band. The club also helps to furnish follows: President ........... ..... M r. F. C. Keckley Vice-President ...... .... M r. D. C. Main Secretary ........ ...... M r. C. B. Moody Treasurer .............. .................. M rs. L. D. Utts Band lnstructor ..................................................... .....o M r. Charles Dowling, Ir. .Principal of High School and Band Adviser ...., ..... ...,., M r . Frew C, Boyd Page 133 i 1. Glee Club Row l-Dolores Robinson, Virginia Martin, loane Kismore, Shirley Hollar, Madaline Plaine, Dorothy Lynn, Mr. lones, lean McCartney, Bonnie McDonald, Dorothy Weaver, Patricia Stewart, Marie Davis, Alice Lavery. Bow ZfFaye lones, Maxine Minturne, Bonalee Shipp, Marguerite Gentry, Frances Mason, Margaret lnlow, Florence Bibart, Wilma Howes, lerry Lake, Betty Beckman, Ruth Carpenter, Norma Rogers, Io Ann lohns, Dorothy Myers, Lola Mae Neighbor. Bow fielniogene Siegel, Louise Connor, Norma Kislingbery, Mary Neighbor, Edna Mae Wil- son, Ann Christman, Virginia Vintilla, Viola Bodlcin, Betty Wilson, lean Darling, Barbara Francis, Nita Smith, lean Fowler, Pauline Powell. Bow 44Pauline Smothers, Bonnie Rowe, l-lelen Bader, Nita Cherry, Grace Villars, Marjorie Van Atta, Betty Wolfe, Frances Wright, Marcella letferies, Dorothy Winteringham, Nina Smith. The Glee Club under the direction of ans were chosen. The pianists were Mr. Wendell lones has expanded to Frances Mason and Mary Morriss. The tour groups united under the name of librarians were Vivian Kendricks, Mar- Newark High Glee Club. Instead of jorie McElroy, Geraldine Lake, and class officers only pianists and librari- Faye Rodgers. Director ..... ..... M r. Iones age 134 Glee Club Row l-Elsie Weakley, Maxine Tolarld, Ernesting Styers, leanette l-lallisy, Marjorie Von Shriltz, Mary McCafferty, Priscilla Wetzel, Mr. lones, Vonda Bell, Mary Bradley, Doris Frye, Elinor Horchler, Edith Warnock, Maxine Darnes, Mary Mason, Dolores Touvell, Lucille Frye, Io Sands. Row 2-Verna Baughman, lo Ann Bruch, Martha Baclcenstos, Mary lane Francis, Eloiean Dustimer, Betty Channel, lo Ann Thomas, Mary Ann Wintermute, Elinor Wagner, Mary Beall, Charlene Bagent, Evelyn Nichols, Lois Billrnan, Ruby Haynes, Divella Touvell, Faye Rogers, Lucille Braunbeck, Mary Barrett. Row 3-Elsie Vogan, Mary Litten, Vivian Kendricks, Gloria Harden, Sarah Brooks, Lucille Brehm, Virginia Gutridge, Sarah Benner, Madeline Van Atta, Anne Douglass, Marjorie Harter, Esther Gualteri, Phyllis Jones, Ruth Blizzard, Thelma Sprague, Margaret Totten, Geraldine Iohnson, ROW 4-Mary Morriss, Eileen Eckleberry, Barbara Dorsey, Mary Ellen Teagarden, Ieanne Ballinger, Frances Butcher, Eleanor Bonar, Leora Andrews, Patricia Crowley, Louise Blizzard, Claire Nugent. The Work of the club this year has centered around their annual spring concert. Mr. lones said that the mern- bers of the club had Worked unceas- ingly and diligently to make it success- ful. Director ,..... ....c, M r. I 01195 During the year part of the club sang at the P.T.A. Christmas program. ln April the club presented a chapel pro- gram, and their annual concert was given in May. Page 135 Dage Orchestra Row l-e Richard Butts, Dale Galbraith, Marcella leiterios, Bonalee Shipp, Ralph Davis, Thelma liinser, Paul Crouch, Doris Truex, Mary Morriss, lrma lane Busby. Row 2 - Martina Schloitier, Mary To Martin, Carman Deenis, George Ruble, Frances Pulkerson, Mr. Geller, Mary lane Chester, Clare Barton, Charles Pigg, lack Staugh, Bernard Slough. This year marks the fourteenth an- niversary of the orchestra under the di- rection ot Mr. Sam Gelter. Mr. Gelter took his present position in l928 and has continued to be the director ever since. The orchestra has been of great serv- ice to the student body this year by playing for chapel programs as well as offering its services to the P.T.A. and the Dramatic Club. The orchestra gave a concert the second semester whereby 136 a great appreciation ot tiner music was acquired. This organization consists of eighteen members including two violinists, two trombone players, two clarinet players, two French horn players, two trumpet players, five accordion players, and two pianists. Thewarehestra has prepared for spe- cial occasions a large selection of music including ten marches and pieces such as "Tales from Vienna Woods," and "Light Cavalry." Director ...... .,,.,,, M r. Gelter Needlecrafi Club Row l- Elise Vogan, Frances Butcher, Phylis Arensburq, lean Davidson, Dorothy Bebout, Ruth Smith, Eileen Simpson. Row 2fLinda Wells, Ann Kramer, Mary Alice Howard, Dolores Shaw, fean McCartney, Marian Priest, Miriam Raikin, Harriet Lawrence, Margie Steinman, Miss Fischer. The enjoyment of working with other girls has inspired efficiency and coop- eration among the members of the Needlecraft Club. This year Miss Fran- ces Fischer met with the girls every second Tuesday to advise them in their Work. Their projects included making bags for the Red Cross and making President i,......,,,c,... Phyllis Arensberg Vice-President ,e.......c, Sarah Davidson Treasurer r..r,.,.crt,, ,.....rt. F rances Butcher Dorothy Bebout Adv1ser ,gr,.r, ....r. M iss Frances Fischer Secretary ...,.....t,,., quilts for the army and navy. They have devoted all their efforts to this Red Cross Work. The girls were required to abide by only a few necessary rules. Each mem- ber provided her own sewing mate- rials. Page 137 N Club Row l-f-Jack Yarger, Richard Patterson, Paul Messick, Iirn Forgraves, Bob Bieberbach, Ray Wheeler. Row 2--- William Phillips, Paul lackson, Bill Winn, lack Bickel, Roger Sedgwick, Ed Cook, Carl Robertson, Row 3 -Charles Abbott, Kenton Campbell, William Bline, Fred Schaus, Don McCualsky, Carl Cooperrider, The "N" Club consists of boys who have received a Varsity letter in one of the major sports: such as football, basketball, track, cross-country or ten- nis. The club aims are to promote a clean sportsmanship, assist in promoting ath- letic relations with other schools and Page 138 helping to manage athletic events by ushering, selling tickets, passing out programs and helping on the field. All senior members are presented with year around pass to all athletic events. This year the club had eleven members besides sixteen underclass- men. The Victorious Hero Row l-M1 Loyd Millisor, Principal F, C. Boyd, Mr. A. B. Long. Row 2 - Mr Luther Hanshue, Mr. Edgar Sherman, Coach Max Douglas. Athletic Board The athletic board made up of mem- bers of the faculty under the direction of Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic ac- tivities by supervising schedules, Boosters The Newark High School Boosters club is an organization of prominent Newark business men and loyal high school supporters whose aim it is to improve athletic conditions in the ....-.. K awarding letters, and promoting better athletic relations with other schools. The board also controls all money per- taining to athletics. Club school through the eiiort of the group. Their aim has been attained, and the student body owe them a debt ot grati- tude. Mr. Homer Dupler, Mr. William Winn, Mr. Edgar Sherman, Mr. Davidson, Mr. Allen, Mr. lmhoif. Page 141 f 7 if 77 Shue -K COOK Chillicothe ln the first league game of the 1942 football season, the Newark Wildcats edged the Cavaliers by a score of 13 to 6. Although Newark was highly fa- vored, the team found themselves buck- ing a strong and smooth-working team. The first score for the 'Cats came midway in the first period as Bickel flipped a pass to lackson, who streaked over from the twenty. The Cavaliers were not in the mood to be beaten se- verely, for soon afterward, Richardson threw a long pass to the Newark five. King made a desperate drive for the ball and fell across the goal line with with the ball firmly in his arms. Very little happened during the third period, but the 'Cats got under way again in the fourth. Iackson carried the ball fourteen yards to the Chillicothe four- yard stripe and on the next play, Bickel knifed his way through tackle for the score. 144 Cambridge That the Newark Wildcats still re- main untamed was openly exhibited at Cambridge where the second of the C. O. L. games was played. Bickel, Newark's fleet-footed back, tallied four goals, Campbell two, while Iackson and Robertson each accounted for one score. Messick made five per- fect conversions to further the 'Cats' lead. lackson made the first score aft- er the fighting Wildcats had driven to the Cambridge 25-yard stripe. On the next play, he slipped down the side- lines to score standing up. Bickel made sensational runs of 60, 80, and 58 yards for three of his four touchdowns. Camp- bell's two scores came by way of per- fect passes from lackson into the end zone. Iackson also set up a touchdown on a pass to Robertson, who was in the clear across the goal line. Final score: Newark 53, Cambridge O. Marietta Newark successfully out-played and out-pointed the Marietta Tigers in a game that was decidedly an offensive contest between two strong and spirited backfields. The Wildcats got their first score about five minutes after the opening whistle. Bickel, Winn, and lackson staged a 64-yard march to the goal, Bickel going the last two yards to score after Marietta had been penalized and the ball put on their own four-yard line. Bickel plunged over on the second play. lackson also made a 58-yard run, but the play was nullified because of New- ark's clipping. The Tigers scored after a 53-yard drive in which Fritz was the star. Short- ly after, they staged a drive of 74 yards only to be halted on the seventh. Newark's final score came after Gor- such intercepted a pass on the 27-yard stripe. Bickel, Winn, a n d lackson picked up several yards and Bickel cracked through from the one on the next play. PATTEB SON Zanesville The Newark Wildcats rolled on to their sixth consecutive win as they forced the Zanesville Blue Devils to kneel before them. The first score came for Newark when Bickel planted a beautiful pass in Campbells arms on the Zanesville ten-yard line. The 'Cats scored again after hammering their way 7l yards to the Blue Devils' five. Bickel went the final distance. "Porky" Forgraves scored in the third quarter when he re- covered a Zanesville fumble and sped 30 yards for six points. After the driv- ing 'Cats had rolled 40 yards early in the fourth period, Bickel plunged from about the 5-inch line for the final score. However, Zanesville also felt in the scoring mood, for the Blue Devils tallied l2 points in the last five minutes of the game. The first tally came by way of a 31-yard pass from Bateson to Morgan. The second score was also a pass, as Bateson passed to Crotzer although the Blue Devils were only inches from the goal. Page 145 BLINE Dover The Wildcats were staggered for the first time this year as the Dover Crim- son Tornados won a heart-breaker 21 to l3. ln spite of Newark's defeat, the Crimson Tornados suffered their first taste of being scored upon in any of their league games. Dover took advantage of Newark's apparent nervousness and in about six plays scored after driving from the Newark 24-yard line- Before the 'Cats had fully recovered from its first wound, Dover scored again after blocking a Newark punt. This time the 'Cats roared back with a 70-yard drive that ended with Iackson scoring on a re- verse. The third quarter was one of lit- tle excitement with neither team mak- ing any scoring threats. The Crimson Tornados put the game on ice as they racked up a final seven points in the final period. The Wildcats were game to the end and in the final minutes, Winn cracked the line to score again. Page 146 Lancaster The Newark Wildcats had a nip and tuck battle all the way, but succeeded in edging out the Lancaster Golden Gales in the final seconds of the last period by a score of l3 to 6. The first period was all Lancaster, as they pushed the 'Cats all over the field, allowing Newark a total gain of two yards that period. However, the 'Cats struck back hard in the second stanza and before the end of that period, Pat- terson had crossed the goal twice. His first run, a jaunt of 30 yards, was nulli- fied by a penalty, but a series of short drives brought the 'Cats again to the Golden Gales' four and Patterson pushed over the remaining distance to score. Two beautiful passes from Agee to Turner brought the score for the Gales in the third period. Iackson and Winn made several nice runs in the fourth quarter for long gains. A pass from Winn to Iackson brought the 'Cats four yards from a score, and on the next play, Winn bored his way over as the clock ticked away the final seconds. Coshocton The Wildcats suffered. their second defeat of the season as the Coshocton Redskins snatched the second place title in the Central Ohio League, by de- feating the Cats, 12 to 7. The Redskins were defeated only by the C. O. L. Win- ner, Dover. Although Coshocton had the upper hand throughout the game, the Cats kept fighting until the final gun. The half ended in Coshocton's favor, 6 to U, after Funk, Redskin halfback, made a beautiful run of 25 yards. Again in the third quarter it was Funk who took the honors as ne raced once more across the .Wildcats' goal. Early in the final period, Winn got loose on a 58-yard run. Running behind perfect blocking Winn streaked clown the sideline for NeWark's only score. Messick split the uprights for the extra point. ROBERTSON Page 147 Varsity Football Row 1-Coach 1-lanshue, No. 47 Howard Eddy, No. 32 Carl Robertson, No. 40 Edward Cook, No. 53 Dick Null, No. 54 Charles Markham, No, 53, Iames Forgrave, No. 46 Richard Patterson, No. 35 Ray Wheeler, No. 33 lack Bickel, No. 59 Don lones, No. 44 Paul Iackson, No. 62 lack Yarger, No. 57 Bob Bieberbach, No. 55 Bill Winn, No. 43 Carl Cooperider, Ass't Coach Sherman. Row 2-No. 51 George Sissea, No. 39 Vernon Williams, No. 35 Bill Bline, No. 38 Ned Wells, No. 41 Howard Miller, No. 42 Zelmer Thomas, No. 37 Benney Robert, No. 34 Bill Huffman, Manager Clifford Neighbarger, No, 56 Bill Gorsuch, No. 45 Kenton Campbell, No. 60 Paul Messick, No. 48 Earl Orr, No. 5U Richard Dunn, No. 31 Edward Holmok, No. 49 Wallace Mac Elroy. The 1942 Wildcat football squad fin- ished a fairly successful season by winning seven, and losing only two of nine games. With this record, they finished in third place in the Ohio League. , Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Page 148 33 45 13 53 20 26 13 13 7 The sixteen lettermen were Bill Winn, Paul lackson, lack Bickle, Paul Mes- sick, Bill Gorsuch, Earle Orr, Ray Wheeler, Kenton Campbell, Bob Bie- berbach, Robert Forqraves, Bill Bline, Central Dick Patterson, Ed Cook, lack Yarger, Zelner Thomas and Carl Robertson-. Varsity Scores Columbus West O Akron Garfield 7 Chillicothe 6 Cambridge O Marietta 6 Zanesville 12 Dover 21 Lancaster 6 Coshocton 12 True Champions!! I Row lgRoger Sedgwick, Ned Wells, Vernon Williams, Charles Sessor, Paul lackson, and ack Bickel. Row 2fDon McCaulsky, Fred Schaus, Kenton Campbell, Charles Hinger, Eugene Pryor, and William Bline. "A 'green' team-a new coach- what chance do they have?" Un- doubtedly countless people made this or similar statements before they saw the l943 Wildcat squad in action. And yet this very same team went through the season collecting one championship after another, C. O. L. champs, Central District champs, Southwestern Regional champs, and finally State champs! This remarkable record is backed by the fact that the 'Cats won 24 out of 26 games, losing only to Dover on two oc- casions. To win the district championship, the Newark quint had to down Columbus South, Westerville, Columbus Central, and Marion Harding. The first two games were push overs as the 'Cats de- feated Columbus South and Westerville with scores of 4l-27 and 76-33 respec- tively. The game with Central, how- ever, was one in which the Wildcats had to be on their toes every second in order to come out on the long end of a 43-42 score. The Newark-Marion Hard- ing game was just another case of a superb team beating a mediocre team by a 48-26 score. Moving on into the regional tourna- ment, the 'Cats fought valiantly against a strong Middletown team to emerge victoriously to the tune of 30-32. The second game of the regional tourna- ment was with Xenia Central, a good team but no match for the fighting New- ark five. Result: Newark 33, Xenia Central 24. Coming into the home stretch, New- ark drew the undefeated Martins Ferry quint, and decided to end that 26-game win streak which the Ferrians had built up. This they proceeded to do, as they forced the Martins Ferry five into sub- mission by defeating them 44 to 36. With but one team standing between them and a state championship title, there was no way of stopping the Wild- cats. After a long and hard-fought game, the 'Cats finally turned back the Canton McKinley five, 47-42, to capture the Class A State Championship Title. "A 'green' team-a new coach-how could they win?" The whole story could be told in just a few words-a valiant team, a "never say die" team, a determined team: and about VZ, beginners' luck! Page 149 STATE Al A D CHAMPS , 7 lah ui -ui Page 152 WELLS BLIN E Dover - There The 'Cats dropped their first league game to Dover, on Dover's small floor. The veteran Dover five grabbed the lead early in the first period, and re- tained it throughout the game. Although Dover scored 58 points, the valiant Wild- cats gathered 38 tallies before the final gun. Cambridge - Here The Cats found little trouble in putting down the Cambridge Brownies with a score of 44-28. The Newark five held the lead throughout the game and were paced by Schaus who collected ll points. Chillicothe - There Leading a stubborn Chillicothe five all the way, the Wildcats finally pulled another game over in to the Victory col- umn with a 29-19 score. Bickel paced the Cats with 8 points, while Sedgwick and Campbell each tallied 6 points. Zanesville - Here Avenging their defeat to Dover, the Wildcats thoroughly trounced the Zanesvile Blue Devils by the crushing score of 48-20. Once more Schaus paced the 'Cats, this time with l7 points: Campbell scored 7, while Williams and lackson each accounted for 8 points. Coshocton - There The Wildcats trimmed the Coshocton Redskins with surprising ease and a 42-32 score. From the first quarter on, the Newark five had the Coshocton team completely bottled up so far as offensive action was concerned. Schaus paced the winners with l5 points, while Campbell collected lO points. Lancaster - Here Displaying perfect defensive action, the Wildcats completely defeated and demoralized th e Lancaster Golden Gales. The Cats were led by Schaus with 18 points, while Campbell swished the nets for l2 points. Final score: New- ark 54, Lancaster 20. Marietta - There ln a rough and tumble foul-shooting contest, the Newark quint cashed in on 21 of 28 free throws to win by a score of 47-30. Schaus and lackson each gained l2 points and Bline made lU. Zanesville - There Using a tight defense that had the Zanesville Blue Devils bottled up, the Newark Wildcats easily scored another victory to the tune of 45 to 27. Fred Schaus was the spark of the team as he racked up 19 points. WILLIAMS SESSOR UQ HINGER McCUALSKY Dover - Here Newark again bowed to Dover in a game that was hard fought both offen- sively and defensively. The Tornados cashed in on their advantage of having experienced men, and finally succeed- ed in upsetting the Cats 47-44. Cambridge - There Fighting desperately against the Cambridge Brownies, the Wildcats fi- nally managed to hold off the Brown- ies until the final gun to win with a 43-40 score. Schaus led the Wildcats' attack with l3 points, while C. O. L. leader Galloway was held to 2 points. Chillicothe - Here In the third-quarter drive which net- ted the 'Cats 22 points, Newark impres- sively routed the Chillicothe Bed Devils 55 to 28. The Chillicothe five found their shifting ball defense useless against the smooth Newark passing attack. Schaus netted 20 points while Iackson tallied 9. Coshocton - Here Exhibiting their best defensive game of the season, the Wildcats easily handed the Coshocton Braves a sound thrashing and the short end of a 54-34 score. Schaus led the 'Cats attack with l2 points: Campbell tallied lU, and Bickel and Iackson each collected 9 points. HUGHES The Wildcats' Record Season Newark Columbus East Newark 54 Lancaster 20 Newark Mansfield Newark 47 Marietta 30 Newark Hamilton Newark 57 Mt. Vernon l7 Newark Columbus South Newark 45 Zanesville 27 Newark Columbus West Newark 44 Dover 47 Newark Dover Newark 43 Cambridge 40 Newark Zanesville Newark 55 Chillicothe 28 Newark Chillicothe Newark 54 Coshocton 34 Newark Cambridge Newark 40 Lancaster 25 Newark Coshocton Newark 50 Marietta 31 Central District Tournament Newark 41 Columbus South 27 Newark 76 Westerville 33 Newark 43 Columbus Central 42 Newark 48 Marion Harding 26 Regional Tournament Newark 32 Middletown 30 Newark 33 Xenia Central 24 State Tournament Newark 44 Martins Ferry 36 Newark 47 Canton McKinley 42 Marietta - Here After a desperate struggle which lasted throughout the first half, the 'Cats finally pulled away from the Marietta Tigers to win by a 50-31 score. Mariet- ta simply could not penetrate the stiff Newark defense the second half. HAYNES Lancaster - There Not once were the 'Cats in danger, and they had no trouble in hold- ing the Gales to 25 points While rolling up 40 points for the win. Schaus led the attack with l8 points. Page 155 THEY DOOD IT!!! -.sfzfyff .B as I ,mn g W x av: W X, A gp Q?" 11 fr- . 3 an L, ,zz Track Team I Row 1-William Huffman, Roger Sedgewick, Edward Holmok, Paul Messick, Raymond Wheeler, Benjamin Robertson, lack Bickel, William Gorsuch, Paul lackson, Zelner Thomas. Row 2-Ted Kitchen, Gene Ewing, Robert Murphy, Thomas Penn, William Phillip, Walter Redman. 1942 C. O. L. Meet The 1942 Central Ohio League Track Meet was again won by Newark. Edg- ing Marietta out of the first place posi- tion by a mere seven points, Newark walked away with its tenth consecutive win of that title. Newark scored 85 points by .taking 5 first, 9 second, 3 third, 5 fourth, and 2 fifth places. The five Newark winners were Messick, shot-put: Holmok, 220-yard low hurdles: Kitchen, 880-yard dash: Laymon, dis- cusp and Thomas, high jump. 1942 Relays The third of the annual Newark Re- lays, which was held at White's Ath- letic Field, was won by Springfield. The victory constituted Springfields second win of that ,title in three years. Newark took fourth place by scoring 273A points against the 67W points scored by Springfield. Newark took 2 first, 2 second, l third, 2 fourth, and 2 fifth place decisions. Newark's two wins were the high-jump, won by Thomas, and the two-mile relay, Won by Kitchen, Phillips, Sedgwick, and C. Robinson t Track The Newark High Wildcat track team ended a not too successful season by Winning two of their dual meets, tying one, and losing three. However, the Wildcat Cinder men took fourth place in the Central District meet held at Delaware. In addition, they won the C. O. L. league meet, and the Uhrichs- ville Invitational meet. At the state- wide meet, however, the Cats failed to make any score. 1942 Relay Results Springfield 67Vz points Akron North 40W points Columbus East BBV2 points Newark 273A points Columbus Central 24 points Columbus North 16 points Lorain 14 points Toledo Devilbiss 113A points Marietta 93A points Canton McKinley 7 points Mansfield 6 points Columbus West 5 points Circleville SW. points Westerville 3 points Alliance 0 points Minqo function 0 points Lancaster O points Chillicothe 0 points Columbus South U points Union Furnace U points Page 157 . Reserve Football First Row4Lanq fmanaqerl, Crouch, Coleman, Bumgardner, Moody, Snider, Piche, Sessor, Weiher, Derrinqer, Dean, Evans, Bline lmanaqerl, Second Row-Shaller Giblin, Davis, Kreaqer, Kyle, McCoy, Evans, Lang, Mills, Dayhuff, Mills, Bieberbach, Sherman, Farrington. I The future stars of the Wildcat qrid squad finished their season with three victories and three defeats. The squad was able to successfully beat Lancas- ter on two occasions in addition to de- feating Mt. Vernon. Coshocton, how- Paqe 158 ever, put the Newark eleven to tliqht on their home field as well as on the Newark qridiron. The Boys' lndustrial School also upset the Wildcat Cubs. All twenty-five members of the squad received numerals for their playing. Future Champs 1 Plow l-Robert Thomas, Robert Gardner, Robert Renner, Edward Cook, Roger Pratt, William Priest, William Baumgartner. Row 2-Iohn Bozman, manager, Don Boyd, manager, Eugene Messick, George Sissea, Oscar Giblin, Richard Gamerdinger, Carl Ritchey, Mr, Hanshue, coach. Not ln Picture-Owen Landis. Winning nine of their seventeen games, the Newark High School re- serve basketball squad was unable to keep pace with the champion var- sity team. Led by Gamerdinger the reserves de- feated such teams as Columbus East, Zanesville, Lancaster, and Coshocton. All fourteen members of the squad were eligible for numerals. Page 159 Bush Leaguers Three teams are eligible for compe- tition in the intramural baseball league. Last year, the seniors copped tirst place by Winning all six of their games. The juniors were second by winning two and losing tour, While the sophomores lost every game but one. Letters were Page 160 awarded to thirteen players on the ba- sis oi batting and fielding percentages Those receiving letters were: Smith Orr, Hinger, Elliott, Coakley, Shaller Curry, Root, Bline, lury, Gallagher Hogue, and Hair. Girls' Gymnasium Classes The girls' gym classes in Newark High School are under the direction ot Miss Florence Myer, head of the girls' athletic department. Each girl participating in physical education has two gymnastic periods every week with the exception ot a health period, which is given once every two weeks. ln these gym classes, tirst aid, marching ,ping pong, and good health are taught plus the active sports ot baseball, bowling, basketball, volleyball, and badminton. Acrobatics and other exercises are learned through the use ot ropes and rings which are let down at certain periods of the year. A girl may receive a red letter by earning l,OOO points and a white let- ter by earning l,5OO points. These points are made by participating in sports, retereeing games, keeping time, or engaging in other outside activities. The girls get a great deal of exercise and enjoyment from each gym period during the entire year. Page lbl Volleyball Row l-e Dorothy Williams, Fay Filkosky, joan Cristy, Martha Slich, Wanita Harter, Emojean Thompson, Betty Donavon, Thelma Kibler, Virginia Va nAtta, Edwina Baker, Peggy Dugan, Patsy Higginbotham, Iacguelyn De Mar. Bow 2-- Mary Carlisle, Marjorie Woodyard, Donna Van Ness, Mary Lou Buchanan, Virginia English, Ann Bossel, Mary Litten Mary Kay O'Brien, Maxine Elliott, Alice Tait, lean Hughes, Mary Ellen Teagarden, Vivien Kendrick. Bow 3fCatherine Thompson, Mary Alice Van Horn, jean Hall, Marjorie Dodge, Coletta Varner, Iacgueiyn Snyder, Betty Hall, Kathleen Haley, Betty Hideg, luanita Hinger, Helen Wright, Mary Kime. Row 4-leannette Iury, Bobby johnson, Dorothy Henzy, Mary Emerson, Doris Fry, Dorothy Bebout, lean Wright, Beverley De Mar, Mary Selby, Mary McKinzie, jo Sands, Ellen jones. Row' 5fMarilyn Barstow, Ruth Carpenter, Eula Branhan, Louise Blizzard, lda Mae Baker, Florence Bibart, loanne johns, Norma Stasel, Claire Nugent, Charlotte Hoffer, Mary Neighbor, Miss Myer. Bow 6-Marie Davis, Madelyn Tharpe, Maude Carey, Donna Kirk, lo Knuckel, Faye Rogers, Imogene Siegel, Pauline Powell Alice Lavery. Row 7-Bonnie Rowe, Fay jones, Margaret Huffman, Colleen johnson, Nancy MacPherson, Betty Wolfe, Wanda Warthen, Martha Rossel, Margaret lnlow, Helen Radu, Margaret Gentry, Mary L. Glaunsinger. Bow 8-lean Fowler, loyce Davis, Betty Maidel, Lola Neighbor, Betty Palm, Ianice lacobs, Dorothy Berry, Teresa Wessinger, Marjorie Lou Myer, Mildred Keaser. The sport which seems to interest more people than anything else was volleyball this year. Over one hun- dred girls took part in the games, and the junior team captained by lean Hughes Won the championship. The sophomore teams were captained by Marjorie Lou Myers, Martha Backen- stos, Dorothy Berry, and Caroline Page 162 Kreitler. The junior teams were cap- tained by jean Hughes and Maxine El- liott. The senior team was captained by Betty Halt. The most efficient players of the teams were Marjorie Good, Eula Bran- ham, Charlotte Hoffer, lean Hughes, Ann Bossel, lmmogene Siegle, Dorothy Berry, and Carol Bebout. Hockey Picture Row l-Betty Hall, Charlotte Hoffer, Mary Lou Buchanan, Helen Wright, Iuanita Hinger, Claire Nugent, Kathleen Haley, Peggy Dugan, Edwina Baker. Bow 2-lackie De Mar, leannette lury, Virginia English, Bobby lohnson, Marjorie Woodyard, Mary Selby, Marjorie Lou Myers, Dorothy Henzy, lean Hall, Miss Myer. Row 3-Marilyn Barstow, Teresa Wessinger, Norma Stasel, Mary Mackenzie, Beverly De Mar, jean Hughes, Alice Tait, Ann Rossel, Lucille FrYf lo Sands. Girls' Hockey During the fall months of the year, hockey was played at Everett's field by the high school girls. The juniors Won the league as the result of a long hard battle in the final game with the scrapy sophomores. The girls that are now juniors and seniors especially showed decided improvements in their ability to play. The sophomore play- ers Were promising this year and will make the present juniors step along to defeat them next year. The senior team was captained by Helen Wright. Betty Hall and Char- lotte Hoffer turned in very outstanding performances. The junior team cap- tained by Ann Bossel had a great many good performers, a fact which led to their victory. Among these play- ers were Virginia English, PeqQ'Y Du- gan, Patricia Crowley and their cap- tain, Ann Rossel. The sophomore team captained by Frances Haley was com- posed oi jenny lury, Frances Haley, Martha Baclcenstos, and Norma Stasel. The three teams were captained by Claire Nugent. 'Page l63 Basketball Bow lfNorma Richards, Frances Mason, Norma Stasel, Margarite Gentry, Mary L. Glaun- singer, jenny Haluciz, Mary Emerson, Martha Bossel, jo Sands, Mildred Keaser, Virginia Martin. Row 2-Catherine Thompson, Mary Alice Van Horn, jean Hall, Marjorie Deutsch, Ruth Car- penter, Virginia English, Ann Bossel, Virginia Van Atta, Betty Hall, Kathleen Haley, Betty Hideg, juanita Hinger, Helen Wright, Charlotte Hotier. Row 3-Wanita Harter, Virginia Teagarden, Norma Mason, jeanette jury, Ida Mae Baker, Florence Bibart, Carol Behout, Thelma Kihler, Mary Mackenzie, Paisy l-liggenhotham, jackie De Mar, Mary Ellen Teagarden, Ellen jones. Row 4-Lorraine Miller, Betty Donavan Dorothy Williams, Dorothy Blizzard, Maude Carey, Alice Lavery, Pauline Powell, Nancy McPherson, Claire Nugent, Alice Tait, Peggy Dugan, Edwina Baker, Donna Van Ness, Miss Myer. Row 5-Mary Lou Buchanan, Madelyn Tharpe, Eula Branham, Margaret Huffman, lmogene Siegle, Margaret lnlow, Helen Radu, jean Hughes, Maxine Elliott, jean Christy, Fay Filkoshy. Row 6-Frances Priest, Doris Fry, Mary Carlisle, jean Martin, Lola Neighbor, Betty Palm, Emojean Thompson, Marjorie Lou Myers, Rita Leiber. Not in picture--Mary jou jetfers, Phyllis Williams, Barbara Beaver, Carol jean Seigle. The sophomore girls' basketball team captained by jenny Haluczik, went through the season undefeated. Sec- ond place Went to the junior team cap- tained by Lorraine Miller. This team was undefeated but had a tie which brought their record down. The sopho- mores displayed outstanding ability. The sophomore, junior and senior girls were divided into three teams each. The senior captains were Kathleen Haley, Mary Lou jetfers, and Madelyn Tharp. The junior captains were Lorraine Mil- Page 164 ler, Ann Bossel, and Dorothy Williams. The sophomore captains were jenny Haluczik, Alice Lavery, and Beverley De Mar. The most outstanding players for the nine teams were Betty Hideg, Irma My- ers, Ann Rossell, Virginia English, Lor- raine Miller, jenny Haluczik, Imogene Siegle, jenny jury, Mary Lou Glaun- singer, and Marjorie Lou Myers. Phyl- lis Pinkerton and Mary Lou Buchanan were the managers. Baseball Bow le-lo Sands, Virginia VanAtta, lenny Haluczik, Marjorie Lou Myers, Ellen lones, Maxine Elliott, Charlotte Hofier, Anne Ftossell, lda Mae Baker, loan Christy, Alice Lavery. lanice Pease, Norma Stasel. Bow 2---Martha Edwards, Blanche Rector, Betty Hall, Kate Haley, Maude Carey, Helen Wright, Claire Nugent, luanita Hinger Rosalie Hunt, Ruth Blizzard, Eula Branham, Dorothy Williams, Phyllis Pinkerton. Bow 3 --- Miss Myer, Edwinna Baker, Peggy Dugan, Betty Lou Carpenter, Barbara Anderson, Ruth Blizzard, Betty Donovan, Mary Lou Buchanan, Pat Crowley, Catherine Thompson, Mary l.,itten, Mary Ellen Teagarden, lune Wolfe, Mary Alice Van Horn, Marjorie Deutsch. Row 4 -- Marian Dickerson, Frances Mason, Margarette Gentry, Mary L. Glaunsinger, Ftuth Carpenter, Nita Cherry, Mary Emerson, Margaret Huffman, Colleen johnson, Dona Kirk, lanice lacobs, Dorothy Berry, Mildred Keaser. Bow fvf- Barbara Luby, Carolyn Harris, lean Hall, Theresa Wessinger, Betty Palm, Marilyn Barstow, Faye lones, loAnn lohns, Marjorie lones, Bobby Iohnson, Beverly De Mar, Martha Bossell, Jeanette Iury. Bow Gelean McCartney, Viola Bodkin, Betty Beckman, Betty Wolfe, Wanda Lou Warthen, Norma lean Mason, Nira Fowles, Pauline Powell, Imogene Siegle, Helen Radu, Margaret lnlow, Lola Neighbor, Marie Davis, Delores Robinson. This year there was a much larger group of girls who took part in base- ball. The baseball games were held at Everett's Field when the Weather per- mitted. Altogether there were about one hundred girls participating and the teams were very Well captained as well as outstanding. One oi the tirst games between the junior team captained by Ann Bossel and the senior team cap- tained by Charlotte Hoffer, displayed good infield and outfield ability as Well as high batting averages. The most outstanding players during this spring sport were the pitchers, Marjorie Van Atta and Ienny Halucizg those in the outfield, Charlotte Hofter, and Norma Stasel, good basemen, Madelyn Tharp and Mary Louise Glaunsingery and Marget lnlow, lda Baker, and Virginia English with very high batting averages. Page 165 The Newark Engraving Co. N EWARK, OHIO .- - I M. ,s'- f if "G M ga 1f"'2'!1r WY . K 511551, ' -' -'7i'5'f1"lt'i'lf'ui'i5f2V'f521f7':'35'5T'1"'-' ff 9'i"5 ' 1 ,ff r . N -ff . 25?-it 4'.sSew"-it t .,,w ,Q,Q,.,g,?!?5 . J,!,y'zx ,g mesa: 1 .2 Q 1 , g Rfk-2" . , U . 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Benner, Monogene Betty 45, 122, 162 .,......78, 123 .......45, 130 .......86, 134 ., ...,.. 78 ,...,...78, , 123 120 135 ........78, Atlee, Ann ...,.,..... ,.,..,,....,,,, 8 6 Ayers, Don ,.......... ............ 7 8 Azbell, William .,.,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,.., 8 6 Backenstos, Martha ,,.,,,......... 186, 135 Backenstos, Robert .,.......,......,. 78, 120 Bagent, Charlene ,,....,.,,,, 78, 123, 135 Baker, Earl ..............................,..,,..... 78 Baker, Edwinna ,.,......,,, 164 78, 108, 163, 162 Baker, lda Mae .............,.. 86 162, 164 Baker, Richard Franklin ,,.,. ,.,,,,, ,.., 8 6 Baker, Richard Price .............. 113, 45, 114, 115, 119 Baker, Robert ..,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 45, 131 Ballinger, Ieanne ..........., 135, 45, 122 Banks, Lottie .,......... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.. 9 4 Barber, Donald .....,...,..,.,, 132, 45, 131 Barclay, Ronald .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86, 130 Barclay, Rosemary ........ 86, 114, 122 Barcus, Rose ...................,.....,.... 97, 98 Barnes, Kathryn ..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 78 Barnes, Mrs. Mary E. ...................... 33 Barnes, Mr. O. 1. ...,...,....,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Barrett, Ioseph Lee ........., 86, 106, 132 Barrett, Mary .,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,, 86, 125, 135 Barrett, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 103 Barrick, William ,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 103 Barringer, Bonnie Irene ...... 78, 131 Barstow, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,,.,, 86, 163, 162 Barton, Clare .,,....... 136, 131, 117, 45, 115, 116 Barton, Mrs. Gladys C, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Bash, Neil ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Baugher, Patricia ,.,.,.. ,,,,,,,, 9 7, 98 Baughman, Dale ,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 94 Baughman, Gail ...........,,.1,,,,,., 35, 141 Baughman, Verna Louise ,... 86, 135 Baumgartner, William George ..,. 86, I .,.........100 Benner, Sara ...,...,.. ........ 7 8, 135 Bennett, Dale ..............,..,.,..,..,., 46, 131 Bennett, Donald .,.............................. 86 Berry, Dorothy Maxine .......... 162, 86, 125, 131 Berry, Ellen .,.....,.,.,.,.,.,.............. 97, 98 Berry, leanne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 117, 118 Bertsch, lack Herman ,... 86, 114, 129 Betz, Benton Delmar ................,....... 86 Bibart, Florence ..,............. 86, 134, 162 Bickel, lack .................. 157, 148, 138, 46, 119 Bieberbach, lohn ...,,. .....,.............. 9 7 Bieberbach, Lee ...................... 78, 159 Bieberbach, Robert ......., 78, 138, 120 Billingsley, lack ...... 126, 46, 115, 119 Billman, Lois ........,.........,......... 78, 135 Birch, lack ..........,.......................1... 115 Bishop, Clarence ..,.,.,...,........ Black Maxine Virginia Bland, Esther Lois ..,. 78, 122, 114, 115 Bland, George .................................. 103 Bline, Fred Bernard .......,...,............ 86 Bline, William ........., 78, 137, 149, 159 Blizzard, Dorothy ..,.,...,... 164, 46, 130 Blizzard, Louise .,..,.....,... 78, 135, 162 Blizzard, Ruth ..... Block, Maxine ..,...... Bodkin, Orville ........... Bodkin, Viola Lucy .... Boggs, Mary Frances Boggs, Virginia ......... 135 ..86 , 134 .........103 ........103 Bolen, Earl ................ .......... 8 6 Bolton, Betty ,......,.,.,,.,, ...,......... 9 7 Bonar, Eleanor Eileen ............ 135, 46, 116, 122 Bonham, Robert ...... 115, 127, 130 Bonham, Vergil ,.,.....,..............,...... 120 Bonham, Weldan .................... 78, 131 Booher, lohn ...,..,,,,.,.......,, .......... 8 6 Bosscawen, Clarence Bourne, Kenneth ....,. ,... Bowers, Wilfred ,..,.,.. .,...,,86, 121 Bowman, Virgil ............... ............. 7 8 Boyd, Donald ...,.,......,................,..,... 94 Boyd, Don W. CSr. Highl ................ 86, 106 160 Boyd, Miss Florence ..............,. 30, 122 Boyd, Mr. Frew C. ....,,.... 27, 106, 132 Boylon, lohn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 46 Boylon, Margaret .....................,........ 97 Bozman, 1ohn .......,.. 86, 121, 132, 160 Bracken, Dryden ......................,,.,........ Bracken, lohn ..,,..,...,.........,.,,,,,,,..,,.., 86 Braden, Charles Braddock, Robert ,..,......,.... .....,.. 9 7 Braddock, Ruth Irene Bradley, Donna Gene ....,............. 100 135 Bradley, Mary .........,......,......... 78, Braid, George ........... Branahan, Enla ........ ....,.. 1 62, 164 Bratiisch, Karl ,,.,.....,.,.,.....,.,............ 100 Braunbeck, Frank .,.......................,.. 86 Braunbeck, Lucille Freda ....,. 86, 135 Brecht, Billy ..........,............,.,............ 94 Brehm, Lucille ,.... ..... Brehm, Norman ,..,,... Brenham, Lulu ...... .........78, 128 Brecht, Bill ............ ........... 9 7 Brohard, loanne .,... ,............... 1 00 Brooke, George .... ......... 7 8, 120 Brooke, Robert ...... ....,.......... 4 7 Brooks, Robert ...... ........... 7 7 Brooks, Bessie ..,... .........,....,, 1 03 Brooks, Sara ............................ 78, 135 Brooks, William ...,,.,..,.... 78, 106, 120 Brooks, Wynette ....... ,......,............ 1 03 Brough, lean ...,..... .........,. 8 6, 97 Brough, loan ........... ....,...... 9 8 Brown, Mr. G. W. ....... ,,.,.... 3 1 Brown, Max .........,... ..,............ 9 4 Bruch, lo Ann .....,... ....,..,........ 1 35 Brucker, Clarence .................... 86, 121 Bryan, Harry ......................,...........,... 94 Buchanan, George David .............. 78 Buchanan, Mary Lou .... 78, 115, 162 163, , 164 Buckingham, Marjorie Bundschu, Mary Iune .........100 Burden, Betty Mae ........ ..,.,.......... 8 6 Burkam, 1ohn .......................... 78, 120 Burnley, loe ....,,,..,..........,.,..... 78, 114 Burris, Miss Betty lane .... 33, 115, 113 Burton, Ellsworth ............ 86, 121, 130 Busby, lrma lane .......................... 136 Bush Claribel ......,...,...........,..... 86, 114 Butcher, Frances ............ 137, 135, 47, 122, 126 Butler, Dorothy Mae ......................., 86 Butts, Forest Richard ,,.,., 47, 131, 136 Byers, Robert ........... ....... Byers, William ...... Cagney, William ,,,,. Cagney, Wilma ....... ,,,,,...94 ..,,..,.86 ......,,78 Call, Thea ..,.,......... ....1..., 1 00 Camp, Lawrence ...,. ................., 7 8 Camp, Robert ............................,.....,. 94 Campbell, Kenton ,......,.... 78, 138, 149 Campbell, Mr. Dwight .............. 32,132 Campbell, George .,....,........,...,..,...,. 47 Campbell, Iohn .......... ...,.... 7 8 Campbell, Walter .,,,..,.,,.,..,...,...,..,.. 97 Campelo, Frank ..........,.....,,.....,........ 94 Carey, Elizabeth .......... 164, 162, 126, 122, 117, 47, 115,116 Carey, Patsy ...................................... 98 Carlisle, Alice ............,.,,.,....,.......,... 97 Carlisle, Mary Elizabeth ...,.,.,...... 78, 162, 164 Carpenter, Betty Lou .,.,.,.,..,...,..,.,,... 78 Carpenter, Doris Pauline ........ 86, 132 Carpenter, Emma lean ..,............... 100 Carpenter, Ruth Evelyn ..,....... 164, 86, 122, 134, 162 Carson, Donald .......,,,.......,.,,,...,,,.... 86 .....,..86 Carson, Ieanne L. , ........ . Cashdollar, Dorothy ....,. .,......97 Cass, Donald .......,....., ......., 7 8 Cass, Paul .,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,..,...,. 1 04 Cass, Shirley ..,.. ,,,..... 9 7, 98 Page 167 QUALITY PRINTING DOES NOT COST . . . I t Pays Phone 4056 The Advocate Printing Company OUALIT Y AND SERVICE MADE THE L. G. Balfour Company Attleboro, Moss. THE WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FINE FRATERNITY AND CLASS IEWELRY YOUR BALFOUR MAN MR. R. L. ARROWOOD 228 Hudson Avenue Ohio Castle, Betty .,,........,...... Cates, Iason ..,......,,...,. Catt, Harold Raymond .........86, 125 Caudill, Betty ........................,..,........ 94 Cavendish, George Chan, Gim Pong .......... Channell, Betty ......... Chatterton, Norma ..... 130 127 135 Corthers Charles ...... ................... 9 7 Crothers, Elmer ......,.........r......Y......Y. 97 Crouch, Paul .....,.,........,... 87, 136, 159 Crouse, Richard Donald ..,............. 79, 126 120 Crowley, Patricia Anne ........ 79,' 122. Crowley, William .... .. DiGian do, Sammy ,...,... ....... 7 9 Dildine, Dorothy .,..., Diller, Diller, Dillon, Vaida ............ Wanda ....... Shirley ....... Dilts, Eleanor ,.... .,,.....l03 .......94 ......,87 lean ........ ..,,..,.,...,,..... Chatterton, Ruth ...... Cherry, Chesser, Chester, Chester, Chester, Chester, Nita .......,,, Marilyn .,.,. Camille ,,.,..... .............,. Mrs. Iohn ..............,......... Mr. lohn ,..,............,..,....., Mary lane ........ 78, 123, ffff3Ef' .......86, 98, 97 103 Chidester, Patsy Ruth .,., 112, 126, 116, Chilcote, Adelaide ........ 112, 126, 47, 116, 117, Chrxsman, Ann ........,. .,..., 8 6, 125, Chrisman, Wayne Charles Christy, Citrone, Ioan .................... 78, 125, Crunrine, Donice . ..,.. .. Cullison, Paul ..,....... Culver, Cora lean ...... .......49 Culver, Richard ..,... ......,.... Curry, Don ........... ....... 7 9 Curry, Ernestine ..r. ...,... Dancey, Beverly ........... ...-------- Danforth, Donna lean ......... Danley, Darling Darling, Darner, Darnes, Dames, , Eileen ......... .,.79, Maybelle ,.... . .......... . .......49 lean .........,........ .,..... 8 7 Maxine ........................ 79 Carol Maxine ........,...... Kenneth .........,,.............. Ditter, lo Ann ........ ....,........,. 8 7, 114 Dodd, Dorothea .,.......... 112, 118, 49, 1 15, 1 16 Dodge, Phyliss .,.............................. 94 Dodge, Marjorie .....,.....,. ..,......... 1 62 Dodge, Mr. William R. ,,.... ....... 8 1 Dollison, Eleanor ....,......................... 79 Donaldson, Charles .........,.............. 103 Donovan, Betty ......,......... 79, 162, 164 Donovan, lohn .................,,....,........ 103 Dornbirer, Mr. B. W. ........ 31, 130, 131 Dorsey, Barbara .............. 135, 50, 130 Douglas, Mr, Maxwell ..,.,,.,..,.,....... 32 Douglass, Anne .... 135, 129, 123, 118, 117,108, 50, 115, 116 Dowds, Lou Ann ......,..................... 103 Dowling, Mr. Charles .............. 32, 132 Dallcy, Bertha ,... .....,,..... ...... Barbara .... Clark, Clark, Kenneth ...... Clark, Richard ,.,,,,. .,,,,,,,, 9 7, 127 Clark, Harvey ...... .,..,.,.,.,,,. 7 8 Clark, Lois .......,... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.. Clay, Frank ,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,, 4 8, 119 Clay, Robert ...,... Clifford, lack .....,. Davenport, Billie lean ...... 78, 87, Davenport, Don ..,...............------------ 100 Davenport, Marilyn .................------- 87 Davidson, lean ........ 137, 118, 117, 49, 15 116 1 , Davidson, Sara ................ 49, 116, Davidson, Mr. Blaine ..........-.14.--..- 141 Davino, Francis Robert ................. Driskell, Eula ............ Drumm, lean ,.........,.. ..,..... 5 0, 130 Dutcher, Robert ,,.... .......,...... 9 4 Dubold, Bob ...............,....,................. 98 Duber, Mr. Homer ......................,. 141 Dugan, Peggy .....,.. 79, 106 Duncan, Carol ,,,,,.., 50, Dunn, loseph .............. Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis, Davis Clifford, Robert .....,...,...... 78, 106, 120 Cline, Mary Lou ........ ..........,....,..... 9 4 Cline, Wendell ...,.,.........,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Coakley, Bernard .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 8 Coakley, Forrest Eugene ..,., ....,,. 8 6 Cobler, Edna .,..,..,...,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 6 Cocanour, loan ......... .,.,..,.,,, 9 7, 98 Cocanour, Robert ..... ,,,,,,,,, 7 8, 131 Cockran, Willis ,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48, 112 Coleman, Bennie ,,.,.....,..,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 86 Colman, Kenneth .,., 86, 114, 121, 159 Coleman, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 103 Comslord, Homer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86 Conrad, Mr. Stacey ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. Conner, lerry Anderson .: ..............,, 86 Connor, Lewis ...,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,, 48 Connor, Louise ...,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86, 1521 Evas, Connor, Mary ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Conroy, Frances ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87 Cook, Edward Thomas .87, 138, 160 Cook, Loyd ..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cook, Noel ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Cooperrider, Carl ........... Cope, lohanne .......,,,.,,,,, Corder, Mary Ellen Cost, B111 ...,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cotton, Edward ........ Cotterman, Donna ..,., Cougill, Fred ...,.....,,,,, Coulter, Bernard ......... Courson, Raymond ..... Courtright, Shirley .112, 48, 138 48, 131, 112 .....,...100 .......94 ......,78 Coyne, lames ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47, 114 Coyne, Robert Francis ....87, 121, 130 Craft, Laura ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Craig, Ralph ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cramer, Margaret ...,.,... Cramer, Bonnie ...,....... Cramer, lean .,.,,,,,,,,,,, Crane, Mary Maxine Crego, Wanda .......,... Crilly, Miss Bertha 1... Cristy, Ioan ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Crist, Kenneth ..,... Crist, Patricia ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cromer, Mary Lou . .... .. Cross, lohn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .87, 114, 125 . ....,.. 48 .ffi ffff59 .Mn .Ninas .........l62 123 ........,...100 Bud .............,. ..... ...100 Charles ...... ........... loseph .......................,.... 87 Joyce Ann ................,... 87 Iune ............ 123, 118, 49, 117 Marie ........ Peggy ....... ,..,.......... Ralph ....... ....... 7 9, .134, 132, Susanna ....... .............. 7 9 Wayne ..... ....... William ....., Davison, Watson .................. Dawson, Mary Lou ..,......... Day, Richard ,,...... 113, 119, 108, 49, Dayhuif, William ............ 87, Dayton, Ernest .....,.............. Dean, Marie ....... ..,.... Dean, Richard . .....,. .... . Debevoise, lohn Deenis, Carmen ....,..,..,........ Deering, Augustine ....,.., 79 ....,48 .cruise Uuufffei 1171 106 121 ....87, ,,...87 .,..87, ..........100 .....87 106 .....94 Delancey, Margaret .......... ,....... Del Cecato, Louis ........,.............. Del Cecato, Pete ................,........ De Mar, Beverly ........ 164, .....94 106 164, 162, 107, 116, 118, 163 116, 118 ,112 Dunn, Richard ................ I ...........,.,... 50 Dusthimer, Elojean ........ 79, 115, 135 Dutcher, Robert ....,.,...........,............. 94 Dwiggins, Walter ..................,......... 87 Dyer, Phyllis ....,.............. ...,... 8 7 Eckert, Mr. Charles A. Eckert, William ,..,.. 87, 114, 121, 132 135 Eckleberry, Eileen ..,....... 50, , 112 Eddy, Howard ..........,.,... 79, 120, 127 Edmunds, Barbara .......................... 103 Edwards, Georgia .....,. ...79, 107, 115 Edwards, Martha .......... 79, 122, 132 .....87 .....49 Edwards, Mr. P, B. ..,.....,.......,...,... 126 Eiiinger, William ............ 50, 116, 119 Elder, Martha Louise ,,,.....,............. 79 Elliott, Maxine .......,........ 79, 162, 164 Embrey, Iohn .....,.......,..,................... 87 Emerson, Mary ........ 87, 125, 162, 164 English, lean .....,.......................... 100 English, Virginia Ellen .... 79, 106, 115, 163, 162, 164 Eshelman, Donald ................,......... 98 Eshelman, lohn ..,........,..,................. 87 Esper, Mr. Roland .............,.........,.. 104 Eppelein, Robert Louis .... 79, 120, 126 Evans, Barbara ..,...........,...............,... 79 Chris ...............,,. 87, 115, De Mar, lacqueline .............. 79, 163 DeM1nt, loann ...................,.............. 98 Dement, Ronald Frederick .... 87, Dement, loan ....................,..........,.... 94 Denman, William ..........,,..,..,,,........ 103 127 Dennison, lames Ioseph ........ 7 9, Derringer, Iames lack ..,..........,.... 87 159 Derringer, Robert .... 130, 49, 119, Deutsch, Marjorie .................... 79, DeWeese, Kenneth ........., ............ DeWeese, Mr. Walter ........ ......,., DeWitt, Barbara ................ ..,...... Dickerson, Marian .,..... ..... Dicola, Ludy .......... ......,,. Diebold, Robert ....,. ......... Diehl, Bessie ,...... ........ . Dietz, Eulela ...... ...,... 1 00 Evans, Evans, Evans, Ewald, Ewing, George .,..,...,............. .......... 1 00 lack Lewis ......,........... 87, Robert ......,......, Edward ...... 79, Gene ............... Fadley, Opal ........,.., Farley, Marjorie ....,.. Farnsworth, Keith ........,................... 100 Farrington, Robert ,,,. Feldener, Geraldine ............,,.......... 97 Ferguson, Nancy ....... Feutz, Field, Fields, Fields, Robert ............ Robert ...,. Carl ......... 159 ,,.,.,......87, 159 107, 115, 120 94 ..79, 120, 159 .UHHQ7 MQIIIIIEQ nrnuso, 106 Dorothy ....... ........................ 9 7 Filkosky, Fay ,,..,,,,, ,,..... . 79, 162,164 Filkosky, William ..,.. Finckel, lo Ann ..... 132 Page 169 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Class oi 1943 We Hope You Continue on to Greoter Things ATH-A-NOR GAS...OIL...COAL The May-Fiebeger Company South 21st Street - Phone 6069 Everything Pertoininq to Wor Air Heortinq AIR CONDITIONING -:- STOKERS -:- INSULATION -:- COOLING THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service o qreot convenience, the Ioest ctpprocrch to ernpIoyment . . . Indispensable to success in business . Greenlee, Dorothy Helen Fink, Gretchen ..........................,..--- 79 Finkbone, Marilyn ,...,... 112, 118, 50, 106, Finney, Harlan .......................,....... . Fischer, Miss Frances .....,...... 31, Fish, Donna .........,........... .......Y.-A Fisher, Anna Mae ...........A...... 50, Fisk, Charles ..........,,.................. ---- Flannigan, Iames ,.,..... 112, 119, 51, 106, Fleitz, William ...................,....-. -..--- Fleming, Miss Edith M. ................- . Fletcher, Iacqueline ................ 79, Florian, Donald Edward .........,.... Flowers, Daniel ...........-..--.------- 87, Fluhart, Richard ....................----.--- Folden, Betty lane .,.....................- Foos, Margaret ..........,..... 87, 122, Foos, Robert ........ ...,...........,-..------ Forbes, Athena .,............ 123, 118, 116, Forgrave, lames ,..,... ....,------ 7 9, Forster, Mrs. C, A. ...... ------- - Forsythe, William ........ ..--.--- Foster, Mary E. ...... . ...,,..---------- Foulk, Robert ....................,.....,....... Fowler, lean Maxine ...... 87, 134, Fowls, Gene ..,......... ............------ Fowls, Nira .........., ---.---- Fraley, Charles ............ ..,.,..,,. Fraley, Georgia .................,.......,..., Fraley, Mae Caroline .................. Francis, Barbara ............ 87, 115, Francis, Mary lane ..............l... 79, Gentry, Margarette ...... 164, 162, 125, George, Kathryn ............................---- 97 Giblin, Oscar ,,,............,.. 87, 180, 159 Giedenberger, Donald .................--, 126 Gildow, Shirley ...,..........,,............ 100 Gilham, Charles ........................---- 103 Glassmier, Norma .,..,..... 164, 87, Glaunsinger, Mary Louise ...... 164, 125, 132, Gleckler, Ethel ...........,,................--- 97 Glover, Donald ......,...................... Glover, Frances G. ................ 87. Glover, lack ,.............................,...-- Glover, Leona Rebecca ............... Glover, Pauline ..........,...... ....,... Glover, Russell .............. ..,,.... Goldsmith, lohn ............ ..,....... ..... Goldsmith, William ...,.,............,... 100 Gonser, Ada Hay ...... ......... 8 7, 125 Gonser, Dale ........... ............... 8 7 Good, Don ...,....,... ................,... 1 00 Good, Marjorie .................,............,. 52 Goodwin, Lewis ..,,,.,..... 126, 117, 107, 116, Gordon, Oscar ......,................. 52, Gorsuch, William .................... 79, Gough, Goldena .,... Grace, lack ............... Graham, Betty ...... Graham, Wallace ..., ......,.87 .........l07 98 Graves, Sam ,........... ......,.. 7 9, Gray, Harold ......,.... Green, Marion .......................... 97, Green, Shirley ..,........,.,.,.....,. .......,.103 Hannum, Winiired ...... Hanshu e, Mr. Luther ............... Harden, Bonnie ,......,.... . Harden, Gloria ....... Hare, Bernard ....,......... Harger, Thelma .,........,..... Harmon, Miss Charlotte ,.... Harmon, lnez ......,..,...... Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harris, Harry, Hart, C Harter, Harter, Betty Mae ..... Carolyn ....,., Nora Lee ......,. Paricia Ruth ........,,. Paul ............,.,.......... Ruth .,..,................. 53, William Charles William lames ..... Bert ,,.. .,.......,.,..,.,.,..... .32, 160 80, 135 80 97 33 94 53 80 53 80 53 118, 132 ..53 ....97, lair .............. .............l 8 0, Marjory ..........,.,........... 80, Wanita .........,...... 80, 152, Hartman, Beverley ............. Hartshorn, Louise ...... ....... Harvey, Billy ......,,........ Haslop, Susan ..............,... Hathaway, William .........., Hawke, Hay, Ianice .............. 118 Haycoo Hayen, k, Russell .......,....... Betty Leone .....,...,. Hayman, Mary Ellen ......,., Haynes, Dale ..,,.............. 53, Haynes, Harriett ........,.,........ Haynes, Phillip .,.,. .......... Haynes, Haynes, Thomas ...............,. Heatwole, Robert ................ Miss Mildred ,..,.. .... ' , 53, Ruby ...........,...,.. 80, Francis, Thelma ...................... 79, Frankenbery, Richard ...............--- Franz, Ioan ...............................,....-- Frazier, Mary .................. 51, 115, 1 ..,l.79 .....79 Fredritz, Geraldine ............,,.. 112, 1 16, Freeman, Blanche ......,................ Freiner, Marian .,.,,...................... Frey, Betty .,.,.,...........,,... 5 123, Frey,'Doris .,,,,......,.. 87, 135, 162 Frey, Marjie .,...,........................... Frizzell, Dorothy ...,................., 51, Frush, Donald ............ Fullce, Mary Ann . ........... 128, 1 16, ........87, 1 123, 117 Frye, Helen Lucille ................ 163, 122 Fulkerson, Mr. William ................ Fulkerson, Frances ..,..,..........., 136, 125 Fulkerson, Mrs. William ................ Fulton, Betty ..................,.,.......... Fulton, Mary Louise .....,.......... 51, Funk, Bettie .,...,.....,..................... Galbraith, Dale .............. 136, Galbraith, Mrs. Darwin W. 132, 119, Galbraith, Mr. Darwin W. Galbraith, Robert ............................ Gamble, Raymonde .,................. Gamerdinger, George R. ..87, Garapedian, Leon ,...,........... 127, Gardner, Betty ....... Gardner, Robert ......,. ......... Garee, George ,...... Garrison, Edna Garrett, Calvin ..,.,.....,... Garver, lean ........................,,.,... 108, 121, , ............ 94 Gaunder, Marion Ann ........,...... Gaumer, Roger ..,,.... 79, 126, 114, Geindenberger, Donald ............. Gelier, Mr. Sam ...........,............ 32, Gentile, Franklin ......... ......,. 5 2, .....97 .....87 Grieser, Daniel ...,.. 79, 113, 120, Grifieth, Betty ,................................. 97 Grigsby, Walter .............................. 79 Grooms, Evelyn Virginia ..............,... Grooms, Theodore ................,......... 103 Grove, Frank .........,.,...................... 103 135 Gualtiere, Esther ............ 79, 123, Gulick, Iohn ........,................... 79, Guthrie, Albert Henry .................... 79 Guthrie, Shirley ...........,................ 103 Guthridge, Paul ........................,..... 79 Guthridge, Virginia ........ 79, 123, 135 Haas, Marguerite Ellen ........ 52, Haas, Philip Edwin , ....................... 98 Hagans, lack ........................,....... 100 Hagans, lean .................,.,....,. 79, Haines, Ruby Frances .................. Haley, Frances Mae ................ 88, Haley, Kathaleen .,,....... 164, 162, 132 1 Hall, Bennett ..............................,.....,. 79 Hall, Betty ......,. 112, 154, 162, 43, 52, 117, 163 Hall, lean ................ 79, 162, 163, 164 Hall, Lou Jeanne ..,........................... 79 Hall, Mildred .............,...................... 97 Hall, Russell .......,,.,......,.......,............ 88 Hallisy, Ieanette May ..., 88, 125, Hallisy, Robert .,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,.,...,.... f...53 Haluczik, Frank .,........ .........,. , ff:...94 Haluczik, lenny ...... ......... 8 85 Haluczik, lohn ...... ............... 5 3 Hammond, lean ....... ..,... .... 8 8 Hammond, Vernon ...... ........,... 8 8 Hand, Bill .................... ......... 1 00 Hand, Margaret ...,.......... ........ 8 0 Hand, Mary losephine ...,. .,...... 8 8 Hand, Patricia .,........,..... ........ 8 0 Hand, Raymond ..... ......... 1 00 Handel, Betty ...............,.,... ......... 1 00 Hanley, Elmer Louis .......... ........ 8 8 Hanigan, Martin Eugene ...........,.... 88 Heckelman, Mr. E. H. Heckelman, William ......,..... Heckman, Lee ........,............. Heckman, Martha Ieane .... 98 120 135 164 ..,.88, ..33, 115, 119, 128 ..94 ..94 ..80 122 116 ..53 ..97 132 123, ....88, ..80, ....88, ....80, 100 135 ..80 121 ..99 120 121 128 132 103 104 162 121 120 107 ..88 1 Helphrey, Barbara ........l......... 88, Henry, Freda ,........ ........... ..........- Henry, Gaylord Marvin .....,... Henry, Wilson ...,............,.............,. Henzy, Dorothy ..,............. 88, 153, Herman, Bonetta ..........,.,.... Hershberger, Iohn Wayne .... 88, Hess, Donald ............................ 80, Hiatt, George ......,................ ...80, Hickman, Robert Eugene ..,..... Hicks, Charles .,..,...,............ Hicks, David .................,.....,............ Hideg, Betty ............ 162, 54, 118, Higgins, Betty ...........,......,.,.l......... Higginbotham, Patricia, ....,... 80, 115 118 Hill, Mrs. Evelyn .,.,......................l. Hill, Howard .............. ........,., 8 8, Hills, Miss Blanche ..,............... 33, Hina, Evelyn .................................. l-linger Charles ............,... 80, Hinger, luanita ...... 164, 54, Hitchcock, Robert .........l..... Hitchcock, Stanley .,,.......... 120, 163, 100 164 103 164, 162 ..26 121 128 100 149 162 Hobbs, Harold .................................. 80 Hodge, Lois .,,,,.......,............... 54, 131 Hotier, Charlotte .........,.. 164 162, 54, 123, 163 Hoffman, Frdeerick ....., ,............ 8 0 Hogue, William H. ,..... ..54, 131 Hohl, Martha ............. ,..........l. 8 0 Holland, Ierry ............,.. .... 8 8, 132 Holland, lohn .................... ............. 9 7 Hollar, Richard Merle ......,............. 88 Hollar, Sara Dell ......... ................., 9 4 Hollar, Shirley lnez ..... Hollar, Susan ......... Holland, lack . ..... .......88, 134 Page ,.97 171 Congratulations I to all Complimehts I-ligh School Graduates of QUALITY FURNITURE A , FRIEND CARLILE'S FURNITURE AND RUG CO. NvtuC11'k's I70f7ClId4YI7If' Hmm' f".1I1'1Il.S11Cl'J West Main at Arcade - Newark Oh Congratulations Sole Agents For g To The HANNA's g 1 GREEN SEAL C ass Oi 1943 PAINT ELLIOTT Betty Gay S bop 29 North Third Ph 3996 Hardware Co. 16 West Main Street Holister, June Francis ,,.........w 54, 115, 116 112 Holman, Clarence F. ........,,..w. 88, 132 Holman, John .................................... 97 Holman, Ola Pauline ..................,... 88 Holmes, James ...,.,.,,..,...................... 80 1-lolmok, Edward .......... 157, 126 54, 116 119 Hommon, Betty ,..,,................ Honenberger, Betty ......,,....,... 80, Horchler, Eleanor ....,.,. 88, Hornyak, Bobby ..............,..., Horst, Johanna ......., ........ Horton, James ..,.. 124, .........103 128 135 Hose, Dale ..................... ........... 1 00 Hose, Florence ,,................................ 80 Hosick, Miss Laura E. ...,...,.,.. 30, 112 Hoskinson, Reva ............ 54, 115, 113 Hottinger, Richard ..,............,.. 54, 129 Howard, Mary Alice .....,...... 137 55, 118, 129 Howard, William Lee .... 88, 121, 132 Howdeshell, Lona lrene .......,.....,.. 80 Howes, Wilma ...,.......... 88, 124, 132 Howes, Janice .... .......,..... 5 5, 131 Hoy, Robert ..... ,,,,,,,.,104 Hoyt, Paul .......,... .,.......... 9 4 Huber, Charles ...,,. , ....,.,........ 55 Huber, Evelyn .....,. ........., 5 5, 131 Huber, Mary ........,. .,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 8 8 Huff, Charles .....,....... .....,...,.,..,. 5 5 Huffman Billy R, ..,,.. .,,,,,.,,, 8 O, 157 Huffman, George .....,...,.,...,.,,,.,,...,l 80 Huffman Margeret ........ 88, 162, 164 Huffman, Mrs. Mary L, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31 Huffman,fN6rma ,,.......... 55, 118, 130 Huffman, Paul ........................ 55, 130 Huggins, Donald ...,.., .,........ 8 8, 127 Huggins, Helen ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 9 4 Hughes, Betty .........,, ,,,,,,,,, ,103 Hughes, Carolyn .................,....,..... 100 Hughes, Ethel ............,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Hughes, Jean ,....... 80, 164, 162, 115, 118 163 Hughes, Kenneth ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Hughes, Robert .........,....,. 55, 117, 119 Humbert, Mary Jo .... 113, 118, 56, 108 Humphrey, William ....,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,, 56 unt, Rosalie .......,...............,...,..,..,,. 56 Hunt, Richard ...,,,,,.. ,,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 8 0 Hunter, Charles ...... ..,.,........,...,.,,,, 9 4 Hunter, Ralph ...,,,, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Hupp, Betty ....... ........, 8 0, 123, 132 Hupp, Francis ...,. ..................... 1 03 Hupp, Robert ...,.1 ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 U0 Huston, Frank ....., ,..,,,.,,,,,,,,, 9 7 lclen, Cary ...,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 117 lden, Margaret .....,.,.....,,.,,,..,..,,,,,.,,,, 129 Idle, Betty .....,,,,. 112, 56, 106, 115, 123 ller, Betty ,........................,...,.,..., 56, 131 ller, Margaret ....,,..,...,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,, 88, 114 lnlow, Margaret ....,. 164, 88, 134, 162 lmhoff, Mr. .................,,.,.,,...,,,,,,,.,,, 141 lrish, Patrick ,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 112, 113, 119, 56, 106, 114 lrwin, Alice ......., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 131 lrwin, Jeanette ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,, 9 8 Ivory, Leslie ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 94 Jackson, Paul ,,,... 94, 80, 148, 149 157 Jacobs, Janice ........., 162, 88, 122, 132 Jacobs, Maxine .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 94 lakes, Jr., Mr. Frank .......,.,..,,,,,,,,.. 98 Jamison, Robert .....,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 6 Jauchius, William ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 94 Jeffers, Harry ..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 119 Jeffers, Mary Lou ,.,. 112, 164, 118, 116, 43, 57, 115, 107 Jeffers, William .... Jeffers, Zuelean ..... ...---- ffffffibi Jeffreys, Betty ........,...............,1--.,---------- Jeffries, Marcella .............. 88, 135 Jeffries, Mary Linda ....................,--- 100 Jenkins, Robert ........,,.... 112, 119 57. 115, 116 Johns, Joanne .... 162, 134, 88, 128 Johnson, Betty Eileen ................ 131 Johnson, Bill ,......... .........,.........1--,----. 9 7 Johnson, Colleen Wanita ,....,.. 88, 132 Johnson, Daniel ........,...... .,........,... 9 7 Johnson, Don ......... -----1-., 1 00 Johnson, Gerald .......... ........---- --88 Johnson, Geraldine ............ 135 Johnson, Marjorie ....,l.,........ 112 Johnson, Melvin .............. 118 Johnson, Pauline .....,,....................... 88 Johnson, Ray Jr. .,.... ......... 1 30 Johnson, William ....,.......... ...97 Jones Alberta ...,.............. 98, 152 Jones Betty Ann .......,...,,..... 115 Jones Betty ........,... ..........,........ 1 00 Jones Donald ...... 148 Jones Carol .........................,.,........ 100 Jones Charles .........................,........ 94 Jones, Clemet James ......... ...-. 9 8 Jones Darrell .......... 126, 116 Jones Ellen ............ 184, 102 Jones Elsie .,.................... 132 Jones Faye Luella .....,.... 88, 162 Jones Gloria June ................ 115 Jones Harold .,.............................l..., 88 Jones Helen ..,,......,.................,....... 94 Jones James Clement ...... 88, 132 Jones James Henry .................,........ 58 Jones, Marilyn ................ 80, 125 Jones Martha Louise .,.. 126, 117, 58, 116 Jones Martha Rose .............. 128 Jones Mary Jane ......... .,,........... 9 7 Jones Molly .,............ ...100 Jones Myrta ......,... ....... . U80 Jones, Paul ....... ........... ..... 8 8 Jones Phyllis ...,.,...,........ 80, 135 Jones Dr. R. W ........................v...,.... 26 Jones Robert ..........,, ....... ..l........ 8 8 teffones Thomas .........,... ...97 Jones, Mrs. Walter L. ........,........... 133 Jones, Wanda Jean ................. Jones Mr. Wendell M ..... ,.32, Jury, leannette ..............,. 164, Kaiser, Thelma Jean ............ Kane, Richard .,..,..,..................... Kane, William Francis... 118 135 106, 162 130 .....94 ...58 Kanuckle, Josephine Lou ...,... 132 Kappes, Jean ...........,...,...........,........ 80 Kasson, Emmaiean .......................... 98 Keaser, Mildred ......., 164, 88, 124 162 Keaser, Molly ................,................. 88 Keck, Keckley, Beryl Ann... Molly ....,....................,..........,. 88 132 Keckley, Mr. F. C ........ Keckley, Mrs. F. C ........ .........133 .....,...133 Keim, Lois ................ ..... 5 8 Kedman, Walter ...... ...157 Keim, Mary ........... 162 Keller, Walter H. .... ...,....... 2 6 Kelley, Jack ...,......,....,. ,.... 8 8 Kelley, William ................................ 94 Kemp, Mrs. Edna Mae ,.........,,.......... 31 Kendrick, Vivian Mae .... 80, 135, 1 162 Kenuckle, Jo .................................... 162 Kennington, Eilleen .......,.. 80, 125, 129 Kenny, George ................................ 98 Keyes, Thomas ...,.................... 80, 120 Kibler, Thelma ................ 80, 162, 164 Kidd, Rosemary ................ 80, 118, 126 Kincaid, Patricia .................,,............. 97 Kincaid, Richard Kincaid, Walter Kindred, Daisy Elizabeth ................ 80 King, Mary Louise ......,....................... Kingery, Mr. Gordon .............. 33, 129 Kinney, Mary .................................. 97 Kinney, Vernetta Mae .... 130, 58, 122 Kinser, Thelma Kathryn ........ 132, 58, 123, 136 Kirk, Anna Mae ................................ 80 Kirk, Barbara ..............,,.................. 100 Kirk, Dick .......................................... 80 Kirk, Donna Mae .... 162, 88, 124, 132 Kirk, Jack .......................................... 88 Kirk, Norma Jean .............,................ 80 Kirkpatrick, Dean ............................ 58 Kisamore, Joanne ,,,.,,.,.,..,,.,.... 88, 134 Kislingberry, Norma Eileen .... 88, 134 Kistler, Norma Jean .....,......,... 58, 130 Kitchen, Ted .................................... 157 Kramer, Jacguelyn ..................,........ 80 Kramer, Shirley Ann ..,, 137, 118, 117, 58, 116 Kreager, Byron .............................. 100 Kreager, Donald ...,........................ 103 Kreager, Mary Ellen .... 112, 118, 117, 116, 107, 59, 106 Kreager, Richard ...................... 80, 159 Kreider, James ................................ 100 Kreider, William ......,.....................l. 59 Kreitler, Mary Carolyn .,.,...... 132, 128, 88, 124 Kreitler, Molly Jane ...... 113, 126, 122, 116, 59, 107 Kreitler, Rhoda Jean ............ 113, 126, 122, 116, 59, 107 Krieg, Mrs. Sarah S ................. 30, 117 Kuhm, Charlotte Ellen ....,..........,.... 80 Kuppinger, Shirley ,,......... ............ 9 8 Kurtzholz, Mary Lou ........ ......... 8 0 Kuster, Dorothy ............. ....... 1 03 Kvintus, Elsie ......,........... ............ 8 0 Kyle, Calvin Stephen ...................... 159 Lake, Geraldine Marie ........,. 130, 88. 114, 134 Lambert, Pauline Norma .......... 60, 131 Lammers, Margaret .................. 97, 98 Lammers, Ruth Virginia ...... 126, 118, 117, 116, 60, 108 Landis, Owen .....,.......................... 160 Lane, Lucille ....,..,............ 131, 59, 122 Lange, Edgar .,........................ 94, 159 Lanning, Joseph Blake .................... 88 Larimore, Juanita ............ ,.,....,.... 8 8 Larimore, Wanda .......................... 100 Larason, Carroll .............................. 97 Lavrey, Alice Anita ...... 164, 162, 89, 124, 134 Lavin, Miss Helen ................ Lawrence, Harriett .......... 59, 122, 137 Lawerence, Norma Jean ,........... 97, 98 Lawerence, Wilda Mary ........ 80, 125, 129 Lawson, Elmer Franklin ......,......... 89 Layman, William Delbert ........ 59, 112 Lea, Lorenza Bates ...... 112, 113, 119, ' 116, 59, 106, 114 Lea, Ursula ...................................... 100 Leasure, Carol Jean .......................... 89 Leasure, Robert Daniel ..........,,........ 59 Lecky, Bob Hugh ..................., 81, 127 Lee, William 'Harrison ............ 81, 127 Lees, Frances .................,.,...,.. 59, 131 Le Master, Wanda ....... ............. 1 00 Page 173 For Qualify Dry Clemzing a 1 P l'CS.S'1'llg Sari 'ICC CALL 2710 CALLANDER Home ot Ouodity Foods Campolo Market 806 West Moin Street CG. 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Lescalleet, Everett Carl .,....,.........., Messick, Paul David Leslie, Hazel Marie ......,,....,..... 60, 123 Leslie, Henry ..........,..i.,,,. ,..,.,..,... 1 03 Leslie, Ivory .............. .......... 9 4 Lentz, Dorothy Alice ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 89 Levingston, Dean ,,,,....,,,.,,.,,,,,.r...,.. 97 Levingston, Orville Iackson ...,....,.., 89 Lewis, Lester Iunior ........................ 81 Lewis, Mary lane ...,.....,,,.,.,,.,....,., 100 Liber, Rita ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 60, 164 Linn, Dorothy Eleanor ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,.. 89 Linn, Gloria lean ......,....,.,.......,,.,,,.., 89 Linn, Phil William ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 8 9, 121 Linton, Mary Frances .... ,.,...,,,..,,, 8 1 Litten, Carol Ianice .,,,,,. ........ 6 0, 128 Litten, Marilyn lune ...... ......,..,.,,.,,,,,,, Litten, Miriam .,....,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,, 81 Litten, Mary .,,.,..,.,,...,,.,.....,.... 135, 162 Littleton, Ross Harold ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,, Littleton, William Ralph ,,,,,1,, ,,,.,,, 6 0 Litten, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,,1,,, 9 7 Livingston, Dean ........,.t ,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Lloycl, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,1,,1 1 OU Lockwood, Alice Marie ,,.,,, ,,1,,,, 8 9 Logan, Charles B, ,,,,Y,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 1 Logan, Franklin ...,.. ,,,.,,, 9 7 Long, Mr. A, B ......l,, ,.,,,,1,,, 3 Z Loss, Bob .......,...,.., .,,.,,,, 1 21 Loos, Robert ..,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 03 Loughman, Claude ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Love, Shirley lane .....,.,,. 60, 106, 115 Lovell, Alvin ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, 100 Lovell, Shirley lean .....,.... 130, 60, 123 Lowey, Paul .....,,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 120 Loy, Clarence William ,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,1,,, 89 Luby, Barbara Ann ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,, 81, 125 Luby, Donna ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .,,,,,.,,-,, 1 03 Lucas, Clyde Franklin ..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Lugar, Eleanor Marie ,,1,,,,,,,,,,, 89, 128 Lugenbeal ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 3 Lynch, Charlotte Mary ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,1,.,,,, Lynch, Lewis Eugene ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1 60 Lynch, Ralph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1---1,--,1 89 Lynn, Charlotte ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,1,,,,, 8 9, 134 McAfee, Marjorie ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 00 McCatferty, Charlene ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, 9 4 MCCatferty, Juanita ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 22 McCafferty, lohn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,,,,,,,,, 94 McCatferty, Mary lean ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 135 McCartney, Charles William 61, 131 McCartney, lean Bertha ..,,.. 137, 134, 89, 115, 124 McCartney Iohn ,,,,,,,1,,.,,,,,,,,,,,----1--,,,-- McCaughey, Mrs. Edith .,,,,,,,,,,.,11,,,,, 31 McClain, Thelma ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,--- 9 7 MCCreary, Miss Pauline ,,,11,,,,,,,, ...30 McCaulskey, Don ,......... 149, 138 43, 61, 116, 126 McCullough, Dorothy May ,,,,,,,,1,,,,, 81 McCullough, William Ward ...,.,...,,, 89 McDanial, Mary Elizabeth ....., 61, 130 McDanial, Sharon ..,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 89, 124 McDonald, Bonnie lean ..,, 89, 132, 134 McDonald, lames ,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 MCElfresh, Frederick ,,,,,,,---,-Y,,,,,--,- 81 MCE1ff9Sh, Robert Colvin ,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 McElroy, Marjorie Ellen .... 61, 123 130 MCElrOy, Wallace Frederick ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McFarland, Lester Eugene ,,,-'-,--,,,,. 89 McFarland, Marjorie ,,,,,,,,,,,, -'--,-, 9 4 McFarland, Robert Oliver ,,,,,, 1,-,--, 5 1 McFarland, William .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,-,--- NlCFCt1'lCll'1Ci, Mr, Hqfgld ---.-,---------. NlCFGflC1I'1Cl, Mrs. Harold 1,,,,,,1,,.. ,,,, 1 33 McGany, Betty ,,,,,,,,,-----,,,, ----..-'-'- McGarry, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,, McGaughy, Ralph .....,.. 1 00 McGinnis, Robert .... ...,, .97 McGinnis, Virginia ........ ........... 9 7 Mclllyar, Robert ........., ............ Mcliinna, Ruth .........,........................ 97 McKinnon, Hazel Ann ........,. 112, 117, 107, 61, 115, McLain, Thelma .................,.,.,........ 97 McLaughlin, Duane Wilbur ......... McMullen, lessie ..............,.......... McNabo, lean ...........,,,,.... .......,. McPeek, Donald ......., ....,.......... 9 7 McVey, Frances ................,.,. 61, 130 MacFar1and, William ........ ,.........,. 1 03 Mackenzie, Barbara ..............,.... Mackenzie, Mary Eleanor .... 164, 89, 129, Mackey, Phyllis ....,.............,...... MacPherson, Nancy Belle .... 164, 89, 128, Macy, Robert ........................,i... Maddux, Evelyn Ella ....,...,,....... Maharg, Helen Louise .,......,...... Maidel, Betty lane .......... 81, 125 Main, Harold .................,......,.... Main, Howard Clinton ........,..., Main, Mr. D. C ......,,.,..,..... .,...,. Main, Mrs. D, C .......................... Makris, Connstance lean ...,.,.. 89, Mallo , Dorothy y ,.,,,Y,.....,., ...,.,. Mallory, Eugene ............ .......... Mamace, Eleanor ...............,.... 61, 89 Mariani, Eleanor Marie ...,....., Markham, Charles ................ 81, .....97 ...l33 1 Markle, Billie lean ....... ......,... Marriott, Franklin ...... ......... Martin, Mr. Earl ...,..,..,.,...,.....,.,,.., 133 Martin, Mrs. Earl ............,............. 133 Martin, George Edward ..............., 89 Martin, lean .......,............ 81, 122, 164 Martin, Martha ..,..,...,.,,....,..,. 81, Martin, Mary lo .................... 81, Martin, Virginia Elizabeth .... 81, Martin, Virginia Marie ......,,,,.,,,.,..,. 89 Mason, Charles ............,.,,.,,.,.... Mason, Frances .,.,,....,,,., 134, 89, 132, Mason, Mary ,..,.......,.,.,.,,,,,,,.. 81, Mason, Norma lean .,...,..,. 89, 122 Masters, Kenneth ..........,..............,. Maybury, Doris .,.....,.,,,.,.,,.,..,... Meachem, Ruth Agnes .....,...... 61, Mackley, lack ..,,.....,.,,....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,, 94 Meckley, Richard ,....,.., ,,,,,,, Meckley, Robert ..... ..,....., Melick, Gerald ...,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Messick, Eugene .........,.,.,..,,.,.... 89 .,...,....138. Mike, Kathryn ...,,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Miller, Barbara .........,.,.... ,,...., Miller, Carl Robert F ......,. Miller, Clifford Leo ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Miller, David .,,,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Miller, Dalton Leon ...... Miller, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,1,,,, Miller, Donald George ,,,,, ,,,,,,, Miller, Miller, Miller, Elda .............,,..,,,,,, . ,.,, ,, Evelyn .........,.......,,,,,,,,,,,, Forrest Leonard .......... . ...l03 .....81 ...l03 Miller, Howard lr .....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, Miller, Iohn Elmore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 81 Miller, lohn Lamont .,,,.. ....,.,... Miller, Ioyce ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,,,,,,,,, Miller, lulia Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 89, f A... 81 Miller, Loraine .,,,..,,,,,,,,., 81, 118 Miller, Miller, Miller, Marilyn .......,.. ...,.,.,.,,.. Marjorie ........... Pauline May ......... 1 Miller, Paul Frederick ....,. 113, 107, 62, 106, 115 Miller, William Ralph ,................... 81 Miller, William Lawrence ...........,.. 81 Millisor, Mr. Loyd George ..,..,.,..,... 31 Mills, Don Ostis .............................. 62 Mills, Wilbur Lee .............. ....,..... 9 9 Mills, William Dean, ,,...... ..,.,... 1 59 Mills, William Lee ................. .159 Miner, Ruth .............. I1 ...................... 97 Minturn, Maxine Virginia .,.... 89, 124, 134 Mitchell, Emily ........................,......... Mix, Frances .......................,.... 62, 118 Mock, lulia Ann ...............,.............. 100 Montgomery, Charles Wesley .......... 89 Moody, lohn .......................... 159, 100 Moody, Mr. C. B ............................... 133 Moody, Mrs. C. B ........ ........... 1 33 Moore, Bernard ..... .......... 9 4 Moore, Edward ......... ........... 1 03 Moore, Evelyn Mae ................ 62, 131 Moore, lohn Francis ............................ Moore, losephine Lucille ....,. 81, 115 Moore, Nevella lean .............. 89, 124 Moore, Oscar Glenn ..........,.....,,.... 89 Moore, Robert Vernon .................... 81 Moore, Virginia ...,......,.,...,..,.... 89, 124 Moran, Bonnie ............ ............. 8 9 Moran, Charles ............ ............. 9 7 Moran, Maxine lean ......,,...... 62, 122 Morgan, Mary ....................,...,....,...... Morin, Gene ......................,.,.,,......,, 100 Morriss, Mary Elizabeth ........ 81, 132, 135, 136 Morrison, Paul .................................. 97 Morrow, Thomas ......,.,,................ 100 Moss, Mary Rose ....................,,...... 81 Mossman, Donna lean .... 89, 114, 130 Mossman, Gloria Ann ....,....,,.........,. 81 Mount, Edna .................................... 103 Mours, Gertrude ,..,... ......,.....,. Mours, Rita ........... .................. 1 00 Mours, Loretta .....,.......................... 100 Mulquin, Franklin .......... 117, 62, 116 Mummery, Richard Leo .................... 89 Murphy, Charles ,........, ............... l 00 Murphy, Robert ................,............. 157 Myer, Miss Florence .............. 32, 162, 163, 164 Myer, lune Evelyn ........ 112, 118, 117, 62, 105, 115, 116 Myers, Dale ......,.,. ,..,,,,...,.,.,,...,,,., 9 4 Myers, Dorothy Virginia ........ 89, 134 Myers, Irma Maxine ........ 62, 118, 132 Myers, Lewis William ....,................. 89 Myers, Marjorie Lou ..,.., 164, 162, 163, 132, 89, 115, 124 Nadelson, Walter ......................,.., 97 Narger, Thelma ...,... .......... 9 7 Nash, Lena Mae .,,., ,.., ..,,...,. 6 3 Nash, Ruth Ilene ..........................,... 89 Nedelcoii, Edward ................ 63, 116 Negele, lean Evelyn ..,....,.,.,., 81, 132 Neibarger, Eileen .......................... 81 Neibarger, Norma Lucille ................ 89 Neibarger, Ralph ......,.,,,.............,... 97 Neighbarger, Clifford ...... 63, 106, 131 Neighbor, Betty lean ....,.,.......,..........,.. Neighbor, Lola May .,.,...,.,.... 164, 89, 134, 162 Neighbor, Mary Daisy .... 89, 134, 162 Nelson, Don Arnold ......,.,.,..,.,.,.,.,........ Nesbit, William .............. ,.,............. 9 4 Nethers, Norma .........,.........,,......... 94 Nichols, Evelyn Irene .......... 135, 126, 122, 63, 116, 117 Nichols, lames ,...,...,.........A.............. 94' Page 175 Congratulations upon the completion ot your high school Work. STYLE SHOP 23 South Park Place COATS, DRESSES AND MILLINERY The PHIL VOGELMEIEB COMPANY MOVERS of Househool Goods, Buildings and Machinery Aqent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. PHONE 5063 ABBOTT'S Shoes for All the Family Fitted by X-Bay 3 South Park Place Newark, Ohio COIIIPZIQIII ell fs Uf BEAVER AUTO SUPPLY CO. Sincerest Best Wishes to the CLASS OF l943 H. L. ABT Your Ieweler 18 North Park Place DIAMONDS WATCHES IEWELRY Everett Buoy Lumber Co. 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Norton, Dallas ....,... 118 'Norton, Doris .,........ .................... 8 1 Nourse, Harold ...........,.......... 63, 119 Nourse, Raymond .......... 63, 115, 129 Nugent, Claire ...........,.. 164, 162, 163, 135, 63, 123 Null, Richard ......................,,.......... 81 Nunnelly, Lincoln V. ..,..................... 89 Nutter, lulie .......,..,......................... 63 Nye, Bernard Carl .... 130, 89, 106, 121 Nye, Carol ........,............................... 97 Oatman, Robert ....... .......... 6 4 Oakleai, Ralph ..............,................. 97 O'Brien, Bill ....,............................... 100 O'Brien, Mary ......., 81, 115, O'Conner, Virginia Oder, Charles .....,,....... Offenbaker, Betty . Oifenbaker, Gerald Oifenbaker, Harold Ogle, Delores ........,.. Ogle, Donna ......,.......,. Olp, Miss Doris M ....... Orr, Carl ................... Orr, Earle ..........., Orr, Frances ........... Oxenrider, lohn ..... 162 118, ...,...,,97, 98 132 .........,.l00 .......64, 112 .,..43, 64, 129 Oxley, Barbara ................ 89, 128, Oxley, Mark Perry ......,.......,... 64, 115 Padgett, Lorene .......... Palm, Betty lane ......... Palm, Robert .....,... Palmer, Elizabeth . Palmer, Kathryn ,....,,...... .89, 162, 169 .112, 113, 64, 115, 122 Palmer, Robert William ...,.....,.,,..,,. 89 Parkison, Betty .,............., 126, 123, 117, 64, 116 Parlet, Richard ..............,...,... 64, 130 Parsons, Dora lean ..........,,.,,......,,... 89 Parson, Ivan ................, ............. 8 1 Partu, Glenn ......,....,, ,,.,, L ,098 Patrick, Ross .,.... ,,,,,,.,,,.,. 8 1 Patten, Lillian' ,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, 125 Patton, Sharon ..,.,..,.,,,....,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,, 97 Patterson, Richard Edwin. ..... 89, 138 Paul, Iames ..........,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 104, 103 Payne, Russell ..........,,......,..,,,,,,,,..... 97 Pease, lanice ........................,, 89, 124 Peccerille, Caroline ,...,,. ,...,,... 9 7, 98 Peffers, lra ...,............, ,.,,,,,..... 8 1 Penick, Betty ..,,....,. ,,.,,,,, 9 7, 98 Penn, Tom ......,,,,., ,,,,,.,,,, 8 1, 157 Peoples, Robert ..,.,., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,.., 6 5 Percoco, Eleanor ........ ......... 9 7, 98 Perdue, Richard ...,, ,,,,,,, 9 0, 121 Perdue, Robert ..,,.. ,.,,,,,,., 1 03 Pethoel, Mary ........ ......... 9 7 Petrey, Bernadine .,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Phillips, Florence ..,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 94 Phillips, Howard ......,,.. 129, 90, 114 115, 121 Phillips, lames .,..... ...,........, 8 1, 130 Phillips, William ,,.........,,. 81, 138, Phipps, Anna ...1...... .......................... Ritchey, Carl William ............ 90, 160 Roberts, Bert ..................,,................ 66 Roberts, Bob ,,,................. .. ......... 90 Roberts, Charles Elmo Roberts, Conrad ,......... 100 Roberts, Lucille ............................,. Robertson, Benjamin Green .... 82, 157 Robertson, Carl Daniel .......... 66, 138 Robertson, Henrietta ................ 82, 126 Robertson, Robert ..,..,..............,..... 121 Robinson, Dolares .......... 90, 124, 134 Robinson, William .,...........,.......,........ 97 Rocleniser, Barbara ,......... 66, 114, 113 Rodgers, Robert ........,.......,............. 90 Rogers, Cleo lane ...,.,............,.........,..... Rogers, Faye ............ 162, 135, 90, 122 Rogers, Norma .......... 134, 132, 90, 124 Rose William Eugene ..,.,,.,....,,........ 90 Rosebraugh, lohn ...................... 82, 120 Ross, Dorothy ...........................,...... 94 Ross, Martha ........,,..,...,..,...,,..,,......, 90 Rossell, Anne .......... 82, 164, 162, 127, 129, 163 Rossel, Martha ................ 124, 162, 164 Rowe, Bonnie .................... 90, 134, 162 Rubel, George .......... 82, 120, 132, 136 Rupright, Phyllis ........,....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..., 82 Russel, Earlene ,.... ,,,,,,,,.. 8 2 Russel, lack .,..,.......... .......... 9 0 Russell, Leroy ......,..... Rutherford, Gertrude .. Ryan, Betty .,.......,,,,,.,,. Ryan, Elizabeth ....,. Ryan, Imogene ....,... Ryan, Ruth .......... Ryan, Shirley ...... Salts, Virginia .....,......., Salyer, Ruth ..........,,,.......,. Sanders, lohn Charles .......,,,,,,,.,..,... 82 Sanderson, Margery .......,,,., Sands, losephine .......... 164, , , 90, 124, 135 ..,,,..100 ........103 131 97 ,..66, ....,.....100 162 163 Sanner, Elmer ..... ....,,......,,,, 8 2, 90 Sanner, Esther ............, Saporito, Rosalie ....... Sattertield, lerry ..... Pierce, lames ..........,....................--- 103 Pigg, Charles ..............,... 90, 132, 130 Pinkerton, Carolyn ........................ 97 Pinkerton, Phyllis ..... .,...,., 3 1, 125 Pitt, Norma .,............ ..,.................. 9 7 Pipes, Winifred .........i.................... 90 Plaine, Madelyn ..,..,........ 90, 124, 134 Plummer, Robert .... ..................... 9 4 Ponser, Helen ...... ,....... ....... ,........ 9 4 Porter, Carol .......,..........,. 65, 115, 132 Porter, lane .............................. 81, 123 Porter, Walter Eugene ......,... 90, 130 Pound, Homer ................ 65, 119, 131 Pound, William Edward .......... 81, 120 Powell, Awanna Lou .....,,,............ 100 Powell, Pauline .,,... 164, 162, 124, 134 Powell, Robert ,.............,...............,. 100 Pratt, Roger ...... ...... ........ 9 0 , 160 Price, Bette ........... .,.,.... 8 1, 125 Price, Dorothy ....... .....,,,, 8 1, 125 Price, Fern ........... ..,,.... 6 5, 130 Price, lames ...............,.. ....,.............. Price, Paul Donald ......,.....,............. 90 Price, Suzanna Marilyn ...................... Priest, Clayton ......,... 81, 126, 115, 120 Priest, Ella ,..,...................... .... 6 5, 123 Priest, Frances ,... .......,,.......,..... 6 5, 164 Priest, Marie ........... .............,. 6 5 Priest, Marian ..,.....,...........,........... 137 Priest, William Carl .....,.......... 90, 160 Priest, William ........... ............. 1 00 Pritchett, Lillian ..... ......,..,,.,..... 6 5 Pritchett, Mildred .......................,.... 90 Provinflune ..............,..... 81, 125, 132 Pryor, Eugene ,,.......,.... .,,.,. 8 1, 120, 149 Pugh, Miss Rosa A .,.....,......... 30, 106 Oueen, Philip ..... ......... ..97 Radcliffe, lerry .............................. 103 Rader, Helen .........,....,,,................. 134 Radu, Helen .,.................. 90, 162, 164 Raikin, Miriam ..........,,,. 112, 137, 126, 117, 65, 115, 116 Raison, Mary Ellen .................... 97, 98 Rambo, lunior Norman .................... 90 Ranck, Martha .... ' .............................. 9 0 Rankin, David Duval .............. 90, 121 Reber, lohn .,...... ................,.......... 100 Rechel, Louise Charles ........,. 81, 120 Rector, Blanche ............,................. 65 Rector, Melvin .................. ..,........ 9 0 Rector, Shirley Pauline ......... ........ 6 6 Redman, lack ,......,............ ........ 9 7 Reid, lames ........' . . .... ....97 Reid, Robert .............. ........... 9 9 Reneer, Robert ........... ......... 1 60 Renner, Lindbergh ..... ..,........ 9 7 Reed, lames ............... .,............ 9 7 Reese, Richard .,.,.........,.......... 90, 121 .......125 .........97 ......,l03 Saultz, Harold ....,,...,, ,,,,,,,., 9 0 Saultz, loyce Bonita .,... ......,,..... 9 0 Saultz, launita ......,, ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Saultz, Rubie ......,,..,...,...,..,..,, 66, 131 Saultz, Virginia ......,..,....,,,,.,,.,,,...,.,,,.., Saylar, Lubert Eugene .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Scales, Jeanne Evelyn ,....,,,.,.,.,,...,, 82 Schaller, Don .....,.....,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 103 Schaus, Frederick ..,. 149, 66, 119, 138 Schenck, Rosanna .,,.....,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, 136 Schleiifer, Martina .....,.......,...,.. 67, Schleiifer, Theodore Louis .,.............. 90 Schlosser, Jacqueline ....,, ...,...100 Resta, Philip Eugene ............... Restoriclc, Thomas ..,........ Rian, Rice, Rice, Shirley ....,........ Eileen ,,........ Evelyn ....,......... .....,.97 .......l03 .......66 Phipps, Iohn ........ Piccirrilli, Caroline Plche, Gene flfffifffffffbfi ,90, 121, 159 Rice, lacqueline ......... .....,. 9 4 Rice, lanis Ellen ............. ...,,.... 6 6 Rice, Richard Franklin .,.............,..., 90 Rice, Richard Herbert .....,.... 129, 90, 115, 121 Richards, Helen Marie .....,.... 82, 122 Richards, leannine .....i..............,..... 94 Richards, Norma Louise .......... 90, 164 Richards, Robert .,.......,.,.................. 94 Richardson, Samuel ....... .......... 3 2 Rickus, Mary .............,. .,.,.... 1 00 Ridenour, Barton ...,..... ....... 8 2 Riley, Carlos ..,.,.......,...... ........ 1 03 Rine, William Eugene ,..... ....... 9 0 Schmitt, Albert .............,, .,,.,,,,. 6 7 Schmitt, Margaret ,,,.... ,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Schroats, Kathleen ,,,,...... .,,,,,,,,,., 6 7 Schuler, Charles .......,.......,,........... 103 Schuler, Lonnie ,......... 123, 118, 117, 116 67, Schwartz, Charles ,..... 126, 67, 116 Search, Roger .,,...,.........,,.......,,,,... 104 Secard, Ralph Lamar .............,....,, 90 Secrist, Anna Marie .........,..,......,,.,...,,.. Sedgwick, Roger .,..., 157, 149, 67, 138 Sedgwick, Ruth .,.....,.............,,, 90, 124 Selby, Mary ...... 162, 163, 129, 90, 128 Sessor, Charles .....,......,. 159, 90, 149 Seidel, Walter ....... ........................., 8 2 Seiler, Sylvia ....,,......,............... 81, 125 Seiler, Patricia ................ 82, 108, 118 Shackeltord, Peggy ..,.......,...,...,.,.., 97 Shannon, Darwin Dalton .................... Page 177 BUYING LOOKING you're always welcome at ing9s C0lllf7ll'1llCIlZ'S Of POUND'S FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 FW n WE CONCRATULATE The Class Of 1943 AND WISH EACH MEMBER OF IT EVERY SUCCESS 1 A215311 "Where qood furniture is not expensive" Smith, Phyllis ...... Smith, Ralph ...... .................... 9 1 Smith, Robert ........ ........... 8 2, 91, 120 Smith, Ruth ........... ......... 1 12, 58, 137 Smith, Virginia ..... ....................... 8 8 Smith, Phyllis ......l................................. Smothers, Pauline .......,.......... 91, 134 Smucker, Sarah ......,.,. 82, 77, 106, 118 Snedden, Jean .......................... 91, 124 Snelling, Gene .................,.............. 100 Snelling, June ...,..,........................... 97 Snider, William Leonerd .................. 91 Snider, Carl Samuel ............. .......159 Snider, Williams Arthur .................. 91 Snoor, Mary ......................,.,.,... 82, 125 Snore, Robert .........,.......... ............. 9 7 Snyder, Albert Ivan .................,........ 68 Snyder, Henry, Robert ..,..,.................... Snyder, Jacquelene ................ 82, 115, 162, 113 Snyder, Joyce ....,............................. 97 Snyder, Henry Robert .............,...... 68 Snyder, Robert Leland .....,........ 69, 131 Sprague, Thelma ..,...............,... 91, 135 Spencer, Frank .............. ........ 9 7, 98 Springer, Vail ....... ..,..........,......... 9 1 Stalling, Clifford ,.,........................... 91 Stalling, Thelma ............ 130, 126, 123, 69, 116, 117 Starling, Linnie ........,.,..................... 91 Starling, Raymond ........,................... 90 Stasel, Norma .......... 91 ,l63, 162, 164 Stauch, Jack. ,,................... 82, 132, 136 Stauch, Richard ...,.............................. 97 Stautfer, Robert' .............................. 94 St. Clair, Mr. H. C .........,................. 31 Steadman, John William ..................., Steele, Samuela .........,.................... 82 Stedman, Richard .................... 82, 97 Steinbaugh, Mary Elinor ...... 118, 117, 69, 115,116, 113 Steinberger, Mr. P, G ..... 30, 120, 127 Steinman, Geraldine .................. 97, 98 1 12 Shannon, Ralph .............................. 94 Shannon, Robert ...................... 97, 98 Shannon, Shirley Eilleen ...... 130, 67, 123, 126 Shanton, David ......................,....... 120 Shaw, Delores .,,..,.......... 82, 125, 137 Shaw, Jack .......... ....................,... 9 4 Shaw, Lynette ...........,.,...... ......,. 1 00 Shaw, Raymond .................. ....... 9 4 Shaw, Samuel William ........................ Shaw, Virgil ........................ ..,..,.,.. 8 2 Shcleford, Peggy ........... .......... 9 7 Sheley, Helen .......... .......... 9 7 Shell, Ted ..................... ........ 1 00 Shell, Mrs. Rolland ........................ 133 Shell, Mr. Rolland .....................,...... 133 Sherman, Barbara ........,.....,........... 103 Sherman, Mr. Edgar ........ 32, 141, 159 Shepherd, Emrnajean ...................... 100 Shepherd, Everett ..................,..,...... 97 Shepherd, Margaret ..................,... 103 Shide, Helen ..,.,...,...,,,.,.,................. 67 Shields, Harold .................,.,,,........ ,103 Shipp, Bonnalee ............., 136 l34,.90, 122, 126 Shipp, Paul ................ .......... , 67, 126 Shoemaker, Jackie .....,....................,. 94 Shoemaker, Leland ...,.............. 67, 126 Shonebarger, Russell Leo ........ 67, 126 Shaults, Duane .......,.,.,,.,...,.,,,,,,.,.... 90 Shaults, Gail ..,,...........,.,,.....,,,.,.,,,,.. 90 Showman, Doris ....,. 126, 90, 114, 115 Showman, Elsie ...............................,.. 82 Siclell, Walter ........... - ......,...... ...-...120 Siegel, Carol Jean .... 164, 67 115, 123 Siegle, Imogene .............. 164, 162, 90, , 126, 134 Siegel, James ........ ............... 9 0, 121 Siegle, Patricia ..............,. ,90, 124, 132 Siegle, Robert ...............,.................. 99 Simms, Helen .................. 82, 125, 132 Simpso, Dorothy .................,......,,.... 97 Simpson, Aileen ..... ........... 8 Z, 137 Simpson, Barbara ....... ........ 9 9, 100 Simpson, Dorothy ....... ...,.......... 9 7 Simpson, Mary Ruth ..... .......... 6 8 Simpson, Ralph .......... .....,.. 1 00 Simpson, Richard ...,,...... ..,.,,,,.,.. 1 04 Simpson, Thelma Jean ,..,.,.................. Sissea, George ...................,..,... 90, 160 Sissea, Helen .............. .......... 9 7, 98 Sissea, Marie ......., .,,,,,., 6 8, 112 Skees, Rosalie ...... ,......,,,,,,,,,,,,., 9 0 Slater, John ,,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 100 Slater, William ,.,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, 68, 115, 119 Slick, Martha Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 82, 162 Smitley, Margaret ........ 134 Smith, Anita ........,........... 90, 124, Smith, Betty ..........,...............,,.,...... 103 Smith, Brice ...,.,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,, 90, 115 Smith, Carl Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,, 90 Smith, Mr. C. P, .......,,.,,,,,.....,, 30, 119 Smith, Carl William .,,..,,...,,,,......,. 121 Smith, Daniel .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Smith, Darlene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97, 98 Smith, Dick tWilson1 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 00 Smith, Esther ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 U Smith, Evelyn ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 0, 124 Smith, Mr. P. W. ..... . Smith, Harold ,....... Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Helen ..... 1 ohn ........ Mary .......... Neil ................ Miss ' Nell ...... Nina ........ R. C. ...... . Orville ...... ........90, .,68, 122 . .....,....... 30 134 ............l2l .......91 Steinman, Margie...L ........ 69, 137, Stoeckmann, Mr. George ....,... 28, 120 Stephens, John ...,......,..................... 69 Stephens, Lawrence .,.................... 94 Stevens, Betty ......,.,..,... ....... 9 1, 124 Stevens, Donald ....... ,.,.,........ 8 2 Stevens, Wilda ...,. ........, 8 2 Stewart, Goldie .,.,.,........................ 69 Stewart, Kenneth .........,,.,...,............. 94 Stewart, Patricia ..,.., 134, 91, 115, 120 Stichter, Marjorie ........,......................... Stillion, Charmaine ......,,,.,..,.,,....... 97 Stockdale, William ................ 104, 103 Stough, Bernard .............. 82, 132, 136 Stough, Lois .,..........l ....................... 9 4 Stough, Marjorie ....... ....... 1 24 Strader, Dorothy ....... ......,...... Strader, Harriet ............ ...,..... 6 9 Strader, Jeannette .,.......,,, ,.,...... 8 2 Stradley, Mr. Edward ......,,. ....,.... 3 3 Stradley, Lucille .......,.,,.., ,.,,,,,,, 9 4 Strait, Hazel ............. ,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,., 9 4 Strait, Luella .....,...........,,,,..,,...... , .,,. 94 Stranger, Mary Ann .,,,..............,,.. 91 Strang, Robert .....,........,. 82, 115, 120 Strickland, Elizabeth ,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, Strickland, Kitty ............,.,.,,,..,.,,,,,,, 100 Strickland, Paige Stricklin, Charles Stroder, Dorothy Sturman, Danny Styers, Ernestine Subora, Betty ....... Sullivan, Frances .,... Sullivan, Jack ....... . ........ 82 ....,..91, 135 Sullivan, Junior ...... ........ 9 4 Sunkle, Jean ......... ........ 9 4 Sutton, Norma ........ ........ 9 1 Swain, James ............ ........ 6 9 Swank, Mr. 1. W ....... ........ 3 0 Swartz, Marjorie ...... ........ 9 4 Swartz, Mary Lou .......... ......... 1 03 Swartz, Virginia ................... ........ 6 9 Swick, Elizabeth Allen ...................... Swick, Jean ...................................... 91 Swick, Marjorie ....,,........................ 100 Swisher, Dora Frances ............ 69, 115, 116, 118 Szatmary, Gizella .......................... 100 Tait, Alice .....,.......... 82, 164, 113, 162, 115, 118, 163 Tait, Margaret ................................ 103 Targett, Norma ...... ....................,. 9 4 Tate, William - ........ . ....... 82, 94 Tawney, Paul ........,......., ........ 8 2, 83 Taylor, Dale Edwin .......................... 91 Taylor, Thelma Jean ........................,... Teagarden, Mary Ellen .l........ 82, 164, 162, 122, 135 Teagarden, Robert .,......................,. 97 Teagarden, Virginia ..............,, 91, 164 Tharp, Madelyn ....,......... 70, 162, 164 Thomas, Miss Eunice .......,,,............ 33 Thomas, Harvey .............................. 97 Thomas, Joanne ............,. 82, 115, 135 Thomas, Robert ........................ 91, 150 Thomas, Zelner ........................ 82, 157 Thompson, Catherine Frances ,....... 125, 162, 164 Thompson, Clarence .......,....,......... 97 Thompson, Emajean ................ 82, 125, 162, 164 Thompson, Hazel ....... ......... 8 2, 125 Thompson, James ...... ............... 9 1 Thompson, John ........ ............ 9 7 Thompson, Joseph ...... ............ 7 0 Thompson, Ruth .............................. 91 Thompson, William .................... 91, 121 Thompson, Virginia Eileen ......,,.......... Tiebout, Robert Allen ............ 127, 70, 116, 119 Toland, Maxine .................... 91, 135 Toomey, Norma .............................. 94 Toothman, Mrs. Z. A .......... Toothman, Mr, Z. A ................ Toothman, John ....................... Totten, Margaret ...... 135, 70, .........133 .........133 126, 130 Touvell, Dalores ........................ 91, 135 Touvell, Divella ................,,..,....... 135 Touvell, lack .................. ........... 9 1 Touvell, Katherine D ........ ........ 9 1 Touvell, Naomi .......... .. ........ 97 Towney, Paul .............,.... ........... 8 2 Trager, Walter Earl ........ ............... 8 3 Trey, Marjorie ............ .................. 9 7 Trout, Yona ....................,........,,, 83, 125 Truex, Doris Virginia .............. 83, 128, 132, 136 Truex, Robert ......,............,...,.......... 104 Trumbo, George William ......,.......,.,. 83 Tumblin, Billie ............................,..,.. 70 Turner, Phyllis ...............,... ,,,..,.,,. 1 00 Ulrich, William ....,. ,..,.,...,.,.,,..,. 9 4 Utts, Mrs. L. 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U83 Winn, William .....,........,... 73, 119, Winn, Mr. William ..... Wintermute, Wintermute, Wintermute, Wintermute, Wintermute, Charlene .................. Ernest ...,.................,.. lean ..........................,, Maryann .... 83, 115, Marian ..................... , Welker, Marilyn ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 1 00 Wintermute, Marilyn ...................... Welker, Richard ,,,, ,,....,,,,,......... 1 32 Wintermute, Maryann lulia .......... Wells, Betty ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,...... 72 Wintrigham, Dorothy ...... 91, 128, Wells, Dazie A Wirick, Reginald ..........,................... Wells, Linda.. ....... . nn ,,,,,,,,,,,, 118, 72, 106, 116 115, ' 137, 126, 118, 108, Wise, Betty 117 ' 72, 116, Wise, Betty ...............,.,.,...... 94, 91, Mae ............................ Wise, Carl ,........,.............. 83, 115, 138 141 ..97 73 100 135 94 125 134 iii 152 Waddell, Betty .,......... ........... 7 1, Varasso, Ioe ......,.,........................... 94 Varner, Coletta ,...,..................... 83, 162 Varner, Donna ..... ...,...... Varner, Eileen ..... ........... Varner, Evelyn ........ ....... Varner, Kenneth ...... ....... Varner, Robert .,..... ...., Vermillion, lean ...... ....1.. Vermillion, Paul ...... ,...... Vermillion, Phyllis ..... ..........,.., Victor, Eileen ......,..... ................. Villars, Grace ...... ........... 9 2, Villars, lames ...........,...................... 71 Vintila, Virginia .......,...... 92, 122, Vogan, Elsie ...... 137, 135, 71, 116 Vogel, Donna Lou .............................. 92 Vogel, lack .,......,.. ........ ........,.......... 7 1 Vogel, Mary ,...............,,...,........ 83, Von Schriltz, Marjorie .......... 135, 71, 116 1 Waddell, Robert ......... Wagenheim, Ellis Wagers, Eugene ........ ...........,..., Waggoner, lack ........................ 92, Wagner, Eleanor ............., 83, 125, Wagner, George ......................... Waldeck, Ruby ...,. .. Walker, Dana ......... Walker, Patricia ,.,... Wallace, Betty ........... Wallace, Bonnie ,........ Wallace, Elsie .......... Wallace, Richard ...... ,,..l:::..97 ........7l, ........92 .....92 Walters, Ethel .....,. .............. 9 4 Walters, loan ...,........... ......... 8 3 Walz, Mary lane ..............,............. 100 Walz, Paul .....,..,.......,.........,........... 100 'Ward, Betty ...................... 71, 129, Vfarman, Bonnie ,......,..,.,, 83,, Warner, lohn. ....... .. Warner, Vonne ........... Warner, William ...... Warnock, Edith ........ Washburn, William Warthen, Cherie ........ .........92, ............100 1:21.97 125, Warthen, lane ,,.,,,.....,,,,....,.,,....,.,..,, 97 Warthen, Muriel .........,..,....,,.,......,........ Warthen, Richard ............ 83, 120, Warthen, Wanda ...................... 92, Wartheor, Cherie ...... .,..,.......,........ 9 3 Watson, Freda ........... .....,,. 7 1, 123 Washburn, Bill ,..,.,,,..,...,,....,.,,.,......,, 97 Weakley, Betty ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,, Weakley, Elsie ...... 135 71, 123, Weaver, Dorothy 92, ...,,....103 Wells, Eloise .,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,.........,...... Wohltord, Mabel .............................. 94 Wells, Mary ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,.,........ 8 3 Wohlheter, Frances ..,..................... 94 Wells, Ned ,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83, 120, 149 Wolfe, lune ........,...,. .,.,...........,.... 8 3 Wells, Ralph E, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,... Wolfe, Betty lane .............. 91, 134, 162 Wells, Robert ,,,,,,, 4126, 72, 116, Wolfe, Ca1'O1YI1 ...........l.................. 103 Welsgh, Carl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 Wolfe, Gail .,....,.... ......... 9 1, 121, 132 Welsh, lacqueline lane .... 83, 125, 132 Wolfe, lune ....... .......,.,............ 1 25 Welsh, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 83, Wolfe, Leonard ..... .................... 9 2 Wessinger, Theresa .............. 163, Wolfe, S. M. ................... .........-.... 2 5 Westbrook, Gerald Robert .............. 83 W011e,T1'101'I1GS .,........ .....-...------. 7 3, 129 Weston, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 72, 115 Wolfe, Wallace Vernon .,........ 73, 126 We-tzel, Priscilla ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 83, 122, Wolverton, Marthalee .................... 97 Wetzel, Wanda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 92 Woltjen, Mary Louise .............. 91, 124 Wharton, Betty Lou ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83, 94 Woodyard, 1V1Cil'lO1'ie .... 163, 162, 113 Wheeler, Raymond ....,,,.., 157, 72, 138 Woodyard, loan ......,..-.................. 100 Whitaker, lames .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 83 Wonder, Kathryn .......... 112, 113, 123, White, Evelyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 100 118, 117, 107, 73, 115, 116 Whitehead, Richard Thomas .....,.... 92 Wood, Don Harry ......r..................... 83 Whitis, Norma ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,, 103 Woodyard, loanne ...l..........,........... 99 Whitt, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, Woodyard, Marjorie ...,............ 83, 115 Wilken, Ruth Pauline .............. Woolard, Betty ............. ...,.......,.. 9 2 Willey, Mary Lou ....,.............,...... Williams, Anna Eileen ............... Williams, Dorothy .... 83, 125, 162 Williams, Elsie .................. 72, Wooles, Patricia .,.... Worley, Grace ..... Worley, William ,..... Wright, Beatrice .........,......,..,.... 92, 114 Wright, Frances ........................ 92, 134 Wright, Helen May ...,..,... 164, 162, 73, 123, 163 Wright, lean ...,.. 162, 128, 92, 115, 124 Wright, Ralph ............,,..,................. 94 VVright, Robert .,.,...,........,................. 97 Wyckoff, Robert .............................. 100 Williams, Mary Lee ..,..... 130, Williams, Mary .... ................. Williams, Phyllis ..,.,......... 72, 107 Williams, Richard ............ 73, Williams, Vernon ..,.,.................. Williams, Walter .......l ............,. Wills, Herbert .......... Wills, Virginia ...,. ,............. Vlfilson, Barbara ......................... Wilson, Wilson, Betty .........,.....,..., 91, Donald ........................... Yarger, lchn .............. 83, 77, 120, 138 Yarnelli, Helen ......... Yarnelli, Louis ......... Yates, Phyllis ,.......... .......73 York, Dewey Day ...., ....... 9 4 York, Ewoldoan ........ ....... 9 4 York, Wathalean ...... ,.......,.. 9 4 Yost, Virginia ............... .............. 9 4 Young, Martin Luther ..l........... 83, 132 Young, Mrs. M. C ......,.., ............ 1 33 Young, Rozella ........ ........,... 1 U3 Wilson, Edna May ..,......,...,,... Wilson, Esther ......,..... .............. Wilson, Frederick ,.,..,..........,...,.. Wilson, Mr. Le Roy .......... 30, 121 Wilson, Virginia Linsey ...,....,. 73, Wilson, Virginia ........................, Wilson, Wendell .......,. Wilson, William .... Wimer, Bobbie ..... Yak, Shirley ,.,.....,. Zerger, Dorothy ...... ..........97, 98 We are on 1002 war Work and would ap- preciate your patron- age after the War Weaver, George ..l................ Weaver, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, Weaver, Mildred ...... 71 116, 117 Weaver, Patricia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Weaver, William ............... .. Webb, Cretis .,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Webb, Edith .........,..,.... .. Webb, Faun Della ....... .. Weekley, Betty ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Weekley, Helen , ..... Euperior Welding cSf Machine Co. Page 181 Gutliph 6. Henderson llorne tor Funerals Phone 2082 Newark, Ohio Diamonds . . . Watches Iewelry HAYNES BROS. Establzklicd 1894 12EtPkPlace .. Nth O. D. HOLLAR :Sf SONS Maytag Washers Leonard Refrigerators HOLOPHANE COMPANY, Plumbing and Heating Inc- Pllllllblllg that stays, Sr1'i'z'ce that Pays When in need of the b t Paints SPGRT and STYLE Wall Paper SUITS SEE To Make Yourself Dressy HQRNERS and Attractive NEWARK PAINT CO. Phone 3524 36 W. Church Street G' B Compliments ' ' of Typewriters ROYAL TYPEWRITERS C- M- 1011115011 SERVICE RENTALS Lumber CO' 29 West Main Ph 3338 CLAY LICK, OHIO P 82 .17 u foyraiof THE LICKING s. s. 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