Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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Trexel, Proprietor 35 Arcade Telephone 2921 PgF Tlze Reoeille Newark Senior High Selzool Newarle, Olzio 4 f X Qxizifg l X: Y J CT? , .',- rx ' V 5 ff ji-V-.jk ' K I 946 V o l nme 36 Editor Business Manager William Denman ' Wz'llz'am Barrick WHITE'S STUDIO C5355 SM A Good Photogroph is with you olwoys Phone 4465 For Appointments NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL PgS ongrotulotions To Class of 1946 and Best Wishes To All Students fi Rf OWENS-CORNING FIBERGLAS CORPORATION THE DOORWAY PEN Smersm oes out ifztiofz Say H7 If It Does, Up Goes Your Heudg Out Goes Your Chestg Back Go Your Shoulders-Uneonseiously . . . There,s Pride in Your Stricleg Theres Spring in Your Swing . . . All the World,s an Army Fighting for Success. Good Appearance Haines the Effort of Getting Started. And Doubles the Chance of Getting There. The -.figiglflg ""..5h. 3:5:5:7:5:1:1:i:1:3:5:?:k3ig 4 :- lf-.-A ' ga.. .. 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Carroll, John I., Department Store Childrens Studio City News City Rapid Transit Lines College of Commerce Cornell Clothing Corner Pastry Shop Crane-Kreig-Flory Company Criss Brothers Crystal Restuarant Dairy Bar, The Davis Dairy Dixie Coal Company Doneff,s Home Bakery and Edwards Market Dowling Music Store Drummondis Sandwich Shop Edmiston Book Store Co., The Elliott Hardware Company Emerson Store Evans, Two Drug Stores Fairfield Shoppe, The Fashion, The Fenton Dry Cleaning Fill Inn Restaurant Gage Hat Shop Gift BOX Glastonbury-Krall, Inc. Grant, W. T. Green Bay Fur Company Gutliph and Henderson Hackney,s Market Halbrook Florists Hamburger Inn Hawkins Haynes Brothers Heisey, A. H. Hermann, George Hess, A. P. Company Hollar, O. D. and Son Holland Furnace Company Hornerys Newark Paint Compan Householder Howardis Hub, The Hullis Newark Wallpaper Hunter, G. B. 4, 4,1 ,1 . mum xy, X pc mf ,MM Page Twelve Y OUR ADVERTISERS Independent Dairy jean Frocks, Inc. johnnies Beauty Shop Kent Flower Shop Kingis Kreager and Toothman Licking Laundry Company, The Loos Coal 81 Iunk Company McCa1nent Funeral Home McDonnell,s Shoe Store McKim Supply McMichael Music Store Mackenzie Diamond Store, The Marietta Paint Store Mayboldis Shoe Store May-Fiebeger Company, The Midland and Auditorium Theatres, The Montgomery, Merrill R. Mound City Cleaners Mueller Studio Murphy Market Neumode Hosiery Shop Newark Automobile Dealers Assin Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Coca-Cola Bottling Company Newark Engraving Company, The Newark Fashion Newark Ice 81 Coal Co. Newark Laundry W Newark Plastic Engineering Co. Newark Telephone Company, The Ohio Fuel Cas Company, The Ohio Power Company, The Ohio Shoe Repair Owens-Corning F iberglas Corporation Oxley Brothers Penney, I. C. Company Pfeffer, George Pharis Tire 81 Rubber Company Plaine,s Clothing Plaster Engineering Pound's Flower Shop Rankin 81 Rankin, Inc, Reed Shoe Store Richardson Class Service Rileyis Bakery Roberts Grocery Rowland, R. Rutledge Brothers Scott Furniture Company, The Sears, Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Singer Sewing Machine Co. Smith Cleaning Company, The Smith Lumber Company, The Sparta, The Star Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Star Markets Stewart Brothers 81 Alward Company Style Shop Superior Welding 81 Machine Co Tate, E. L. Vanity Beauty Shop Virginia Neely Shop Vogelmeier, Phil, Company, The Welsch Tire Shop Western Products Whiteis Studio Wilson's Confectionery Wolfe Tire Company Woolworth, F. W. 1 1,1 A 1 If . mum we po ,' ,W Page Thirteen 4? Y 4 Compliments 'ro the Graduafing Class of T946 II CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc OUT FRONT TIN SALYAGQ f "BOB""x 'WHATS WRONG, SCHQIB? 1- , . nw M35 E1 .P R l SEC THE BIRDIE-1? ' GFKJMPYGEMUP JQEJ5 Lwffgg ggdpgg-2,2 1 1 WSW' 3 l 'Q A W' ? AHSVT I PRETTY? STHG LINE L5 'I1riEfb'Wa5H1lYQ DR! L. ...4 , Y Page Fifteen Congratulations To the Graduates of Newark H igh l 946 W Z 3 NORTH YIIRD ST. The BEVEILLE BUSINESS STAFF 1945 - 1946 Marjorie Hall, Assistant Manager Phyllis Turner Mary Lou Cromer Lou Ann Dowds Joan Finckel jackie Shoemaker john Ewald Dick Fluhart Helen Sissea Pat Walker' Barbara Wilson Clarabell Gentile Suzanne Graves Joanne Brohard Barbara Mackenzie Vaida Diller Zuelean Jeffers Ramona Turner Charlene McCafferty Marjie Frey Patty Koinan Mary Ellen Raison Nancy Ferguson Lois Loar Cherie Warthen Monagene Benner Mary Jane Lewis Shirley Guthrie Phyllis Smith Jerry Feldner Donna Fish Susan Haslop Iean Hillbrant Ed Lange Carol Lloyd Einajean Kasson Helen Huggins Iuanita Fluhart Mary Nees Shirley Raiken SUCCESS to Each and Everyone of the 1946 Class A Virginia Neely Shop Page Sixteen ANNUAL STAFF Associ ite Editor .,...,., ..w...... lX flargaret Tait ASSHSTANTS Mary Lou Cromer Mary Linda Jeffries Bubara Simpson Joanne Broharcl Ni ny Jane Lewis Helen Sissea Io Ann Finckel Jerry Roberts Donald M. Smith PHOTOGRAPHERS john Reber Robert Lugenheal ARTISTS Carl Duncan Phillip Haynes Barbara Kirk Janis Ashcraft Sue Thorn Carol Koveleski Helen Sissea Marjorie Evans Carolyn Hughes Mary Kinney Mary Boyer Alice Carlisle 9 QQ y EWK LPAP R Smut 'THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS, Page Seventeen Congratulations 'ro The Class of 1946 ' A k Wa 1 Jw a OHIO POWER Co-4 if' 1 POSED OR UNPOSED? L -Nb Xqsxx vw. QQ 5,9 's X9 L Y Page Nineteen THE INDEPENDENT DAIRY PHIL R. DENMAN, OWNER Pcs sfeu rized Dairy Prod ucfs MILK COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTER CREAM BUTTERMILK Phone 4352 48 Kreig St. Congratulations To Class of 1946 Pag Twe ty Cmfmfs Aa'mz'm'stm tion Classes A M2121 z'z'z'es Sports Page Twenty-TWO FQREWORD Our country has just emerged vic- toriously from its bloodiest War in his- tory. Everyone devoted his time and effort to the winning of the War. N OW that hostilities have ceased, everyone is expected to Work just as hard for the preservation of lasting peace. With this in mind, We of the Annual Stall have chosen for our theme, the change from war to lasting peace. This being our theme, our feature picture, Mr. Boyd Welcoming Mr. Stewart Cox back from the service, is typical of the change being made by millions of people. DEDICATION MILDRED A. HAWKE The nineteen hundred and forty-six Reveville Annual is respectfully dedi- cated to Miss Mildred Hawke, member of the English department of Newark High School. Miss Hawke received her Ph. B. degree from Denison University. She was associated with the Etna High School and Newton Township School in St. Louisville, Ohio, before coming to Newark High School in 1918. ' In addition to her teaching, Miss Hawke has been very active in Girl Reserve work, having served as adviser to this organization for the past nineteen years. Her contributions to our school system and student body are greatly appreciated. Miss Hawke plans to retire in the near future. She will continue to make her home with her sisters in St. Louisville. Page Twenty-Three IN MEMOBIAM LIEUTENANT COLONEL 1. HOBABT MILLER Faculty m e m b e 1' s and students greatly mourn the passing of Lieu- tenant Colonel I. Hobart Miller who for nineteen years had been a well- known person in Newark school life. Mr. Miller first came to Newark High School in 1926, at which time he taught science, later, in 1928, he be- came athletic coach. He then left high school and became commander of a Three-C's camp in Utah. He came back to Newark in 1939 and was teacher of science and mathematics at Central junior High School. The fall of 1940, he was appointed principal of Roosevelt junior High School until june, 1941. Mr. Miller was called into the serv- ice on October 6, 1941, as a captain in the infantry and was assigned to the reception center at Fort Benja- 1nin Harrison, Indiana. In September, 1942, he was pro- Page Twenty-Four Y Y Y .Y - 4.. .WW inoted to the rank of major and be- came commanding oflicer of the Fifth Service Command Motor Pool at Fort Benjamin Harrison. In February, 1944, he was advanced to the rank of lieutenant colonel and was assigned to the 1513 Service Unit, Service Command Ordnance Shop A, District 3, Columbus, Ohio, as the commanding officer, which post he held at the time of his death. Colonel Miller died suddenly in a physicianis oflice in Columbus, Ohio, June 27, 1945, a few minutes after col- lapsing while playing baseball with the Bexley High School Dadis Club. His death was attributed to coronary thrombosis. Mr. Miller will be remembered by all for his friendliness, his love of clean fun, and his interest in athletics to which he contributed much to in- spire good clean sportsmanship. IN MEMCDRIAM I l LLGYD G. MILLISOR Mr. Lloyd G. Millisor, retired head of the Commercial Department of Newark High School, passed away in his home on West Church Street, No- vember 3, 1945. News of his death was received with sincere regret by the faculty and students of Newark High School. Mr. Millisor Iirst taught in Madison, Indiana, but in 1906 he came to New- ark High School as a teacher of com- mercial subjects and as coach of ath- letics. He retired in August, 1945. Mr. Millisor enjoyed teaching book- keeping and shorthand. He did much to improve the standards of the com- mercial department while he was its head. His greatest interest was in preparing the student for his work after graduation. His friendly manner and personal interest in each pupil re- sulted in the cooperation he received from his students and in the excel- lence of their preparation for the busi- ness world. Page Twenty Five IN MEMQRIAM GL0l:llA LEE SMITH July 15, 1929 December 23, 1945 Although she appeared to have recovered, Gloria, a member of the junior class, was taken from this life by complications developing from iniluenza . Because she was always pleasant and friendly, she is sadly missed by classmates, teachers, and all who knew her. Page Twenty-Six RETIRED MR. KDSEPI-I PRIEST It takes more than excellent teach- ers and intelligent pupils to make a superior school. Even the proverbial Mlogi' has to be kept clean. It takes physical equipment, and this must be kept in good condition. Thus We pay honor to a man who for over a quarter of a century was custodian of the high school and who was obliged to look after every detail of the physical equipment so that the mental and spiritual could better flourish. This person, Mr. joseph Priest, earned through retirement, a Well-earned va- cation, and both teachers and pupils Wish for him many years of happiness. Page Twenty Seven GRADUATES WI-IO DIED IN SERVICE CLASS OF 1931 Paul L. Pyle CLASS OF 1935 George Shubirg CLASS OF 1936 Herbert Bostwick Richard Clark VanAtta CLASS OF 1937 Murle Davis Kenneth Pettit Richard D. Scott CLASS OF 1938 Robert Copeland Joseph Leon Dankmer Marion Stanley Ceiger Neil Litten William H. Stevens James Tiemann Ellsworth V. Kelley CLASS OF 1943 CLASS OF 1939 Robert Eugene Griffith Mark Layman, Jr. Dale R. Le Blanc William E. Murray Joseph Herman Negele Joseph Painter Floyd Daniel Rusk CLASS OF 1941 William Francis Bickel Richard Leckey Carl Eugene Shannon Paul Richard Varner Richard Leo Martin .CLASS OF 1942 Robert Franklin Burden Willard joseph Hinger Richard Franklin Pierce Thomas Howard Reid Ioseph Richard Ricciard Paul Richard Sager John Roger Sedgwick Albert F. Schmitt Carl Donald Jones Page Twenty Eight O NCN-GRADUATES WI-IC DIED IN SERVICE Dale Baughman John lay Denton Shirley L. Durkin Murray Faller Iohn P. Ghiloni George Greenlee Paul Edwin Keaser Charles Richard Murphy Frederick O,Dell Leo Paul Rey William M. Richards Ierome Shaw Harold Eugene Smith Dallas Clyde Tyhurst Robert William Wolfe George Washington Zimmerman Robert Earl Parker Page Twenty-Nine Page Thirty FACULTY IN SERVICE First Lieutenant C. A. Groome Captain I. T. Passman Lt. Cj. gb Leonard C. Wilhelin DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? Page Thirty-O Q24 Admin' fmfim 7 Wwfk. L, nn, 1 X 6 A l fy: 13593 I 1 'luv' W 'EW ' ,K llnlat iw l vt 4 Q4 4 ' f-R-PW' ' 4 s nfl: MGQQQO OQQ Qt sg 9 NC 9. OO "W ff: " I! Q.. 5 Q 'ii g - f vi Gu '5, 9' 'x s bisfex 4996928 Wh Q' 9' 4 g1e9Q O W V. 'dia' , ' 42.0, .mggv ' A Q . K x I 7 if X af ff, Wfwwfxhgg BOARD OP EDUCATIDN DR. ROLAND W. JONES MR. JOHN BRANSCOME President Vice President MR. STACY CONRAD MR. SAM WOLFE MR. GEORGE VVEAVER Page Thirty Four SUPERINTENDENT PAUL B. EDWARDS B. S., Ohio State University M. A., Ohio State University Page Thirty-F Page Thirty-Six PRINCIPAL FREW C. BOYD B. A., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio State University and Columbia University VICE-PRINCIPAL GEORGE STOEGKMANN A. B., Denison University Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary University of Illinois Graduate VVork at University of NVisconsin M. A., Ohio State University Biology Page Thirty-Seven . '-'-' . ll f In . QI +1 . . 11-Q ' A ..... 'A K X A bl ,ic : .,., If Q Page Thirty-Eight J. W, SWANK Ph. B., Mount Union College Wooster College Plane Geomerty Trigonometry Colege Algebra o. 1. BARNES B. S., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Cornell University Columbia University Ohio Wesleyan University Business Mathematics A. C. SPANGLER B. S. C., People's College A. B., Ohio University , Head of Commercial De- partment Commercial Law Typewriting Shorthand Office Machines Elementary Psychology LOUADA M. MORGAN M. A., Ohio State University B. A., Muskingum College Stenography XI Typewriting XI DORIS M. OLPP B. S., Ohio State University B. S., Bus., Athnr., Bliss College New York University University of Cincinnati Franklin University School Treasurer Bookkeeping ,Ig I . rf r .Q-1 S 't LETHA HEADLEE B. S., Ohio State University M. A., Ohio State University Stenography XI Typewriting XII Economics XII Office Machines XII I. S. MCCLEARY B. S., Wilmington College M. Ed., Ohio University Bookkeeping Commercial Law Sociology JOHN K. McCREERY B. S., Ohio State University Senior Retailing Co-operative Retailing Salesmanship RUTH H. STEVENS B. S., Kent State University M. A., Columbia University Home Economics CHARLES A. ECKERT B. S., Ohio State University M. A., Ohio State University Supervisor of junior and Senior High Shops Printing Sheet Metal YVoodworking HAROLD OATMAN Vocational Machine Shop ROBERT CASH B. S., Indiana State Teachers' College Graduate Work at Ohio State University Automotive and Aircraft Mechanics ALVA V. ROBERTS B. S., Ohio University Vocational Training, Toledo University English Machine Science Machine Mathematics Organization and Management Civics and American History ARTHUR F. MILLER B. S., Ohio State University Drafting Pre-flight FLORENCE MYER B. S., Michigan State Normal College M. A., Columbia University University of California Physical Education Health A. B. LONG B. A., Denison University Ohio State University Purdue University Bradley Polytechnic Institute University of Wisconsin University of Michigan Director of Physical Education Health LUTHER HANSHUE B. S., Wittenburg College Ohio State University Athletic Director Football PAUL HARLOW A. B., Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Graduate Work at Ohio Uni- versity Graduate NVork at Ohio State University Graduate Work at Denison University Track f me is v. ig. Y 4 Q. Mr" l . . e. . 3 . A. Q .aw j' Q-ff' " H. :V 4 Y an A I 1. .-' NP I .' ' if MAXWELL DOUGLAS '-" i' B. A., Denison University f , ., " N' Ohio State University gi' I Basketball -2 , 1 532 ., 1. Z. 9+ GEORGE D, hllvvg A f CAMPBELL . 'ivtvi B. S., Ohio University 1 Cinciiadnati Conservatory of E.: Q 'W' " V 'il ---:: Ei -. :ff Page Thirty-Nine 32 W . R finite ,, . F if fi ' J, 1 f a f-14' -V! M . in . A..A - I , :A--- ' T Page Forty M. WENDELL JONES B. S., Ohio University M. A., Ohio State University Graduate New England Con- servatory of Music Vocal Music SAM S. GELFER Institute of Applied Music, New York Long Island Conservatory of Music Denison Conservatory of Music Orchestra BERTHA L. CRILLY A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University Industrial English XI College English XII Journalism MILDRED A. HAWKE Ph. B., Denison University English X HELEN LAVIN Ph. B,, University of Chicago Business English XI PAULINE MQCREARY A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University French II English X College English XI GORDON R. KINGERY A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University English X College English XI Industrial English XI Reveille Annual JOAN F. PATTON B. A., Muskingum College Diploma in Speech Speech English X C. P. SMITH A. B., Ohio Wesleyan Univer- sity Ohio State University Latin X Latin .XI-XII Debate SARAH S. KREIG M. A., Ohio State University A. B., Denison University B. Mus., Cincinnati Conserva- tory Wells College French I German II Spanish I Spanish II EDNA SWANK B. Ph., Denison University Graduate Work at Ohio State University French I German II Spanish I Spanish II HELEN P. DORN B. S., Library Science, West- ern Reserve University B.S., M.A., MiamiUniversity Librarian -uqwl P CHARLOTTE HARMAN B. S., Ohio State University Art LAURA E. HOSICK A. B., Denise-1 University M. A., Univ'-:sity of Chicago American History Modern ilistory FLORENCE E. BOYD B. S., Ohio University M. A., Ohio State University University of Wisconsin World History American History NELL L. SMITH B. S., Ohio University Miami University Columbia University World History American History STEWART A. COX A. B., Otterhein College Graduate Study-Ohio State University Economics American History EDWARD STRADLEY B. S., Muskingum College Ohio University Practical Mathematics Economic Geography ' ,.,. ' ' ll-' 5 A sf et .tlss ty. y g ..2. . T. EDWYN DICKERSON A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University Civics American History F. W. SMITH ' M. A., Ohio State University B. S., Ohio State University Chemistry P, C. STEINBERGER B. S., Denison University Physics Elementary Algebra Advanced Algebra CARROL E. AMOS B. S., Denison University Ph. D., Ohio State University Physics Algebra Solid Geometry Pre-flight MARY E. BARNES Clerk BETTY JANE STEVENS Secretary to Principal . . X .M fi 1' Y . ff Q r , f . 6- , . .5 f 562' f M . 1 J gr K .X 533.21 Q 1 , ,:.-.... :'2 3 ? as if . Page Forty-One PARENT TEACHERS' ASSGCIATICDN 441 Row 1-Mrs. Fatig, Mrs. Carson, Mrs. Goldsmith. Row 2-Mrs. Morin, Mr. Boyd. President .....,.,,.....,,,,....,,, First Vice President .,,......, Second Vice President ,...,.... Secretary ..............,.......,,,,.. Treasurer... The Newark High School Parent- Teachers Association showed in- creased interest and enthusiasm in the work of the unit for the year 1945- 1946. The membership reached a total of three hundred seventy-one persons. The Association helped promote the levy for the Newark Public Library, which failed, but will be voted on Page Forty-Two ,.,,.,,,,.Mrs. William Carson ....,.,..Mrs. R. L. Morin .....,,,..Mr. Frew C. Boyd R. O. Fatig ,......,..Mrs. John Goldsmith again at the next election. It has been especially interested in the school li- brary and voted to buy a number of books needed both last year and this year. It contributed also to the Red Cross, Christmas Seals F und, and to refilling the First Aid Kits of the school. COURSES CF STUDY Mathematics The importance of mathematics is greater today than ever before. The science of mathematics is an essential factor in war and peace alike. The purpose of mathematics is to teach students to think clearly and logically in the solving of practical problems. The course today includes begin- ning algebra, advanced algebra, col- lege algebra, plane and solid geom- etry, and trigonometry, Algebra is the branch of mathematics which treats of the relations and properties of quantity by means of letters and oth- er symbols. Advanced algebra con- tinues the study of this phase of mathematics where beginning algebra ended. College algebra deals with shorter methods of solving algebraic problems. It provides a basis for trig- onometry, the highest form of math- ematics taught in high school. Plane geometry is the basis of high school mathematics. It deals mainly with figures of two dimensions, while solid geometry places emphasis on three dimensional figures. Trigonom- etry pertains to the relations between sides and angles of triangles. In addition to the courses offered for college students, practical mathe- matics and business arithmetic are of- fered to students who are specializing in the industrial and commercial COUTSCS, respectively. These courses are set up with an eye to the practical application of mathematics to prob- lems in the daily life of the ordinary individual. ' The ability to reason sensibly is a mark of an American citizen. Further- more, he must have the ability to vote intelligently, and the most important asset in voting is clear and logical thinking. Such thinking is inculcated in the study of mathematics. Commercial Course Well trained business people are needed more than ever before. New- ark High School has a complete Com- mercial Course to offer any student interested in this field. This course consists of three year periods which enables a person to become more familiar with the business world. The sophomore receives basic train- ing for the business world. Included in his curriculum are salesmanship, economic geography, business math- ematics, and English. The junior receives special training in business English, bookkeeping, typing, stenography, and commercial law. The senior specializes in advanced work of the Commercial Course. This final preparation which the student receives equips him for the position he desires to obtain after graduation. VVhen a student completes the Com- mercial Course, he is equipped with a iitting background for bookkeeping, stenography, and salesmanship, which is required for the business world. Home Economics The home economics work in high school is organized so that it will pro- vide opportunity for desirable growth from year to year. All phases of home making advance each year and these phases or units are built around the interest, needs, purposes, and con- cerns of girls of high-school age. i Page Forty-Three The girls must be able to meet prob- lems in many areas of home making, and this type of home economics pro- vides training on the level of maturity at which the girls are living. Emphasis in most of the units given in the sophomore year is placed on skills, techniques, and standards. In the junior and senior years the girls are able to take up more technical details of nutrition, consumers, prob- lems, and social and family relation- ships. In clothing, emphasis is placed not so much on construction as on design, color, and appropriateness. Students study textiles, new and old, the re- pair and care of clothing, and the re- lation of the clothing budget to the total family expenditure. In food study, nutrition is stressed from the standpoint of its importance to the well being of the girl herself as well as that of her family. The family relationship unit is de- signed to help the girl with her pres- ent and future family living. The care of the home economics program in high school is designed to help the girls solve personal home- and-family living problems in the light of changing social and economic con- ditions which affect the home. Industrial Arts. and Vocational Training After boys complete an exploratory course in Industrial Arts in the New- ark junior high schools, they may elect the following courses in the senior high school: In the sophomore year, one semester of drawing is required of all tenth grade students as a prerequisite to oth- er courses offered during the junior and senior years. In addition, stu- dents may elect another semester of drawing, or they may elect a semes- ter,s work in electricity, printing, sheet metal, or woodworking during the sophomore year. In the eleventh year, boys may spe- cialize and take advanced work in the courses named above, or they may enter a two-year course in Smith- Hughes v o c a ti 0 n al machine-shop welding. This latter choice will per- mit them to devote one-half day Q three hoursj in shop practice and the remainder of the school day in machine mathematics, related science, blueprint r e a d i n g, and applied English. The first year of automotive me- chanics is based upon the principal operations of the passenger car, the truck, the jeep, and internal combus- tion engines. Students disassemble, inspect, repair, and assemble major parts of the engines. Discussion, study of technical information, and specific instruction accompany all jobs per- formed on each engine. The second year of automotive me- chanics is devoted to study, repair, and maintenance of radial V-type air- plane engines and airplane equipment. Mechanical Drawing is the study of the universal graphic language used in the industrial world. In this course the student learns to visualize and think in three dimensions as well as to use and i n t e r p r e t the symbols of working drawings. Advanced students solve and draw up solutions of prob- lems pertaining to mechanics, ma- chine shop, or woodworking. These drawings are used by the students in these areas in making and revising va- rious equipment. Page F orty-F our Printing in the senior year includes making the layout of jobs, composing type and proper page make-up, proof- reading, correcting errors, and press- work. Other phases of this field of study are stapling and other types of binding. Machine woodworking or mill work in wood involves the use of full-size power machinery. Production jobs are sometimes introduced when available. The advanced vocational machine shop course consists of many mainte- nance jobs in equipment repair. The related subjects are advanced machine mathematics, machine science, shop organization and management, and history and citizenship. Senior shop courses are planned to give students experience in laying out work and developing the necessary skills to perform the job accurately in the least amount of time. More refer- ence reading is required during the senior year in order to obtain the necessary technical information before entering upon full-time employment. With the equipment now available in each area of the shop, pupils are to gain complete experience equivalent to the type of work that will be ex- pected of them in industry. .Physical Educcrtion The objectives of physical educa- tion are being revised this year so that they will provide for every girl and boy the means of making himself or herself more adaptable to the society of the new post-war world. Twice a week pupils meet for physical educa- tion classes, and one out of every four periods is devoted to health and hygiene. The objectives of the physical edu- cation classes for boys are the develop- ment of strength, endurance, stamina, bodily coordination, good health hab- its, and the appreciation of exercise for recreation and amusement. That is accomplished by means of tactics, con- ditioning exercises, games, sports, ap- paratus work, gymnastics, and com- mand tactics. In girls, health classes, proper health habits are stressed in addition to the development of proper mental attitudes toward better p h y s i c al health, emotional balance, and mental health. ln activity classes, games, sports, and other activities which de- velop leadership, personality, and in- terest in the social life of the school and community are stressed. Because there will be more leisure time in the post-war world, intramural games and the like are provided to give the girls experience which will help them make a wise choice in the use of their leis- ure time. Intramural teams in various sports are organized for both boys and girls. Boys, sports include basketball, vol- leyball, wrestling, boxing, softball, and cross-country running. Girls, sports in- clude archery, basketball, badminton, hockey, softball, and volleyball. Music The orchestra, under the supervi- sion of Mr. Sam Gelfer, plays the music of the masters with the aim of increasing the understanding and ap- preciation of the great composers, both living and dead, on the part of the students. The orchestra meets Monday and Thursday for its musical activities. It furnishes the music during the Thursday assembly programs. This Page Forty-Five spring the orchestra gave a very de- lightful concert. The band, under the direction of Mr. Dwight Campbell, is very active during the year. It meets three times a week and offers famous band music both new and old for its members to play and enjoy. Special attention is given music presented at the annual spring concert. Music of the masters, both regular band compositions and transcriptions, marches, and feature numbers are presented at this popular annual event. The band also furnishes music for football and basketball contests. Spe- cial formations and feature numbers enliven football games, while swing music and pep marches stimulate bas- ketball fans. The Newark High School chorus, di- rected by Mr. Wendell Jones, meets twice a week. This year the vocal de- partment is offering a new course in addition to the chorus. It is voice-class instruction. The classes are limited to six students each so that students may receive individual attention. At their weekly sessions the classes sing vocal compositions by old and modern com- posers with emphasis being placed upon interpretation and appreciation. Several programs are offered through- out the school year in addition to ap- pearances before groups outside the school. English English is offered to all students of Newark High School and is required of sophomores and juniors. Seniors may elect College Preparatory English or General English. Sophomore English consists of com- position, both written and oral, gram- mar, and literature, both English and American. Work in literature during the year concerns the short story, a Shakespearian play, poetry, the essay, and the novel. College Preparatory English in the eleventh year continues the study of composition and literature. The liter- ature course of study includes the reading of a long poem, a novel, a play of Shakespeare, and the writings of American authors. Junior Industrial English comprises the study of composition, oral and written, and the study of American Literature throughout the year. The novel, Gold, and the comedy, Shc Stoops To Conquer, are read. Business English is taken during the junior year by commercial students. This course stresses English usage, let- ter writing, and American literature. During the senior year, the works of famous English authors are studied in College English. Seniors are required to write two long papers: one. a book review and one, a long paper based on book material. Although General English is included in the English course, there is no class in General English this year. The speech course of Newark High School includes practice in both plat- form behavior and public speaking. Some time is spent in the interpreta- tion of 'poetry and characters as well as the study of dramatic arts and techniques. Principles of make-up, scene construction, lighting, and other elements of play production are com- bined to give the course a well-round- ed program. juniors and seniors are also given an opportunity to take Journalism. This entitles them to take part in writ- Page F orty-Six I ing for the weekly school paper and assists them in learning to read the newspaper and to develop a vocabulary. .AN The course of study in Art is planned to help the art student de- velop according to his own ability and willingness. He can find pleasure in this expression whether he is a begin- ner or the more advanced student, be- cause the possible activities are un- limited. Free hand drawing is an interesting fundamental art study, for it deals with observation or organized version. Subject matter for this activity may be still life, figure, and landscape. Vari- ous mediums, such as chalk, charcoal, crayon, and pencil, are used. Understanding the principles of de- sign is another important phase of the art course, not only as pure deco- ration, but also as basic organization of an art product. Here the student works from memory and imagination as well as from life. Not only does the art student work in second dimension, but also he has an excellent opportunity to express himself in the third dimension. Clay is one of the best mediums for this. The student learns the possibilities and limitations of this material and the proper use of tools. All the time he is urged to remember the importance of making the art product express his own individuality. Whatever the student chooses to study-whether it be fashion, illustra- tion, lettering, cartooning, dress de- signing, portrait drawing, ceramics, leathercraft, or painting-he will find that in learning the technique of vari- ous mediums and utilizing the prin- ciples of design in creating an art product he will be confronted by a strong mental challenge and a need for developing manual skill. Languages A primary objective in the teaching of the earlier c o u r s e s of modern languages is the development of the ability to read simple prose, to pro- nounce intelligibly, to understand aurally, to use language orally within the limits of the pupils' classroom ex- perience, to write the language with- in the limits of the pupils, active vo- cabulary, and to gain an understand- ing of foreign peoples and their civili- zation, which will contribute to the creation of an intelligent citizenship and to an enlightened public opinion in international affairs- so vital at the present time. The later courses in modern languages emphasize and ex- tend these aims and give special at- tention to the development of a ricli literary and cultural background. The many benefits derived from the study of Latin include the- fol- lowing: a more comprehensive under- standing of the English language, the ability to think in logical patterns and to express these thoughts in correct English, the ability to comprehend the contributions of the race over a long period of time, the opportunity to have a broader understanding of peo- ples other than Americans, and to se- cure a knowledge of the school in- stitutions and problems of an earlier age, which, by contrast, may lead to a proper appraisal of the present. To meet these aims Newark Senior High School is this year offering the following courses in foreign lan- l ' Page Forty-Seven guages: Latin X-stories in mythology and Roman history, and Caesaris Gal- lic Wars with a correlation with the first and second World Wars, Latin XII-Fourth Year Latin, to a combined class of juniors and seniors, two years of French and Spanish, one year of German. Social Science The social sciences form a group of very important subjects offered in the high school today. This group of sub- jects give students a background which enables them to understand their country and its current prob- lems. History is offered in the sopho- more and junior years and includes the events of ancient times, the study of medieval history, the tracing of modern progress, and the discussion of current problems. General history presents a brief survey of manis prog- ress from earliest times to the present. Modern European history concerns the events in European countries from the advent of modern times to the present. These courses serve as back- ground studies for American history. History of the United States, which is offered during the junior year, traces the parade of events from the dis- covery period to the present era. An important item also included in the history curriculum is the weekly dis- cussion of current events. Other subjects offered in the social science group are civics, economics, economic geography, and sociology. Civics deals with the organization and function of the government of the United States. Economics concerns the problems in earning a living. Each of these are semester courses which are compulsory studies for seniors. Eco- nomic geography deals with the im- ports and exports of the United States and other countries. The products dis- tributed by the various countries and items related to the growth and dis- tribution of these products are con- sidered. Sociology deals with the soci- ological problems of society in the United States today. This year, ele- mentary psychology has been offered to meet the growing need for better understanding of man's problems and for clearer comprehension of matters which affect his thinking processes. Science The science course is divided into four branches: chemistry, physics, bi- ology, and machine science. Biology, generally taken during the sophomore year, aims to increase a student's understanding of life of the world in which he lives and to teach him to adapt himself to his environ- ment. To develop scientific habits, which include exact observation, com- parison of results obtained by experi- ment and observation, logical testing of the truth or falsity of generaliza- tions, accuracy, search for truth, open- mindedness, and acknowledgment of law of cause and effect, is the primary concern of the course. Physics offers a detailed study of heat, light, and the mechanics of solids and liquids. Specifically, college phys- Page Forty-Eight ics aims to teach the student to under- stand fundamental measurements, states of matter, mechanics and mo- tion, the laws of ma chin e s, heat, sound, light, magnetism and static electricity, electric currents, induced currents, electrical radiations, and oth- er radiations, including cosmic rays, X-rays, and radium rays. Practical science aims to acquaint students With principles of physics and chemistry which underlie the ma- chines and materials which they use in daily Work. Chief concern is with consumer physics. p Chemistry is a study of the com- position of matter and the changes which it undergoes. The course strives to develop an appreciation of the service of chemistry to the nation and imparts information of definite use in our daily home life. Machine science is a course which prepares students to advance in the machine trade, Which helps them to develop interest in science as offered to the machine industry, which at- tempts to show the need and applica- tion of science in industry, which helps to give the student a command of science as used by machinery in the machine trade, and which strives to develop an appreciation on the part of the student of the scientific facts upon which his trade is built. Page Forty-Ninc Sefeiors 1 Q JS' X Swv! I i945 Prize Awcrrds For the second consecutive year, the annual commencement exercises were held in the First Methodist Church on May 31, 1945. Margaret Alice Iler was the student whose name was announced most often for prize awards. She received the Wil- liam E. and Annie S. Miller Prize, which is an award of twenty-five dol- lars given the student having the high- est average in four years of College English. Secondly, she received the Latin Medal, awarded by Zeta Chap- ter of Eta Sigma Phi. And finally, she earned a scholarship to the University of Chicago. Donald Wilkin Boyd received two coveted awards: the Harvard History Prize, which is awarded the boy get- ting the highest marks in history, and the Harvard Cup, which is given to the best all-round boy. Wanda Fanchon Diller was given the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize. Ioseph Allen Davis received the Le- land Baxter, Ir. Award for outstand- ing work in journalism. In order to re- ceive this award, the student must have been enrolled in Journalism in his junior and senior years, must have had at least an average rating in other subjects, and must have completed the college 'preparatory course. The Commercial Award was given to Faye Luella jones for excellent work done in the commercial course. Page Fi fty-Two The winner is always judged accord- ing to his adaptibility for a life career in business, his application, and his grades during the three years of high school. Six students-jack Herman Bertsch, Claribel Bush, Kenneth VVilson Col- man, William Dean Eckert, Donna Jane Mossman, and N o r m a Louise Richards-received the National For- ensic Award. This award is given to students who receive at least one hun- dred and fifty points in debating. The Florence M. King Trophy, given for outstanding dramatic ability, was presented to Jack Herman Bertsch. The Soroptimist Club Award, a prize comprising twenty-five dollars and a gold pin, went to Jeannette Jury, who was selected the outstand- ing all-round girl. Laura Louise Hartshorn and Nor- ma Louise Richards earned scholar- ships to Muskingum College. Robert Meade Gardner received the Athletic Award, which is presented every year to the male graduate with the best athletic record. A new award, the Roger Sedgwick Award, in basketball, went to Robert Earl Thomas. The VVorld Wai' Il Victory Prize in Citizenship, a prize to last for the duration of the war, was presented to Ieannette Jury and Roger Lee Pratt. SENICDR CLASS OFFICERS A WILLIAM FLEITZ Vice President g VVILLIAM HAND Treasurer GENE MORIN President MARGARET LAMMERS Secretary Page. Fifty-Three Eugene Paul Antritt "Gene" We Mournful Morsed-Keeping dates and special occasions fHi, Bettyj. Varsity Football '43 300 Club '46 Adelia Grace Arnold ..Diu,, Having A Wonderful Time Mournful Morsel-Gosh, I try to get good grades, but-oh!-that Co ege English! La Renaissance '46 Glee Club '45, '46 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Gig-ls' Volleyball '44, '45, Music Appreciation '46 I0ann Janis Ashcraft ujann Sense and Sensibility Mournful Morsel-I wish 1 knew. Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Art Staff '46 Esther Athan "Niki" Look Back On Happiness Mournful Morsel-Do you want me to hold your coat, Iose, while you take care of those guys? Student Council '46 Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Roome Offices: Secretary '45 Vice President '44 Room Agent '44 Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '45, '46 Sigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Music Appreciation '46 Honor Society '46 William Lee Atherton ..Biu,, Equality Mournful Morsel-Women and neckties. Room Agent '44 Bettie Mae Bailey Nshortyn Wuthering Heights Mournful Morsel-N0 mail lately CHi, Harveylj Room Agent '45 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Hockey '45 Page Fifty-Four William jackson Barrick "Bill" Captain Caution Mournful Morsel1Attempt- ing to work out atm Science Club '45, '46 College Club '46 Room Agent '45 junior Hi-Y '45 Business Staff '44, '45, '46 Assistant Manager '45 Business Manager '46 Intramural Basketball '45 Latin Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 john David Bauman "Slim" The Call of the Wild Mournful Morsel-My career in mathematics. Student Council '44, '46 College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Band '46 Music Appreciation '46 Tula Marie Bebout "Tulsa" Woman Alive Mournful Morsel-What will you do when the candy runs out? 1 Hi, Paullj Glee Club '44, '45 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Monagene Benner Winged Victory Moumful Morsel-June, pl-Lease be on Time! Library Club '45, '46 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Business Staff '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 German Club '46 John Paul Bieberbach "Beaver" The Happy Warrior Mournful Morsel-Bud Finney fHi, Budll Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Reserve Football '43 Frances Virginia Boggs "Ginger" The Sailor's Return Mournful Morsel-Bell Bottom Trousers. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Mary Frances Boggs "Boggsie" The Brat Moumful Morsel-People who sleep at slumber parties. Gemian Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 College Club '46 Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Donald Lee Boyd rrDona, From Day to Day Moumful Morsel-Keeping the Plymouth running. College Club '46 Boys' Basketball '-15 Intramural Basketball 43 Reserve Football '45 Reserve Basketball '114 Track Squad '45 Margaret Eleanor Boylan ..Mari,, Omni us of Sport Mournful Morsel- Crowded skating rinks. Mimeograph Sta f '46 National Honor Society '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Honor Society '46 A Charles Vernon Braden "Chuck" Today and Forever Mournful Morsel-Trying to be on time for dates CHi, Pollylb 300 Club '46 Donna Gene Bradley "Peanut" Young Voyageur Mournful Morsel-The long distance to Marietta. Salesmanship Club '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45 Co-op Retail Selling '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Karl Emil Bratfish uAce,, The Pilot Mournful Morsel-That burns me up! German Club '46 Science Club '45, '46 College Club '46 Joanne Mercedes Brohard aw, Golden Lady Mournful Morsel-It's a joke, son-Our campaign, that is! 4Hi, Carol? College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Vice President Girl Reserves '44 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Treasurer Business Staff '46 Annual Staff '46 Spanish Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Max Albert Brown r4Mac,, Humoresque Mournfril Morseldseventh period annual class. Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 game Room Offices '44, Band '44, '45, '46 Eileen Mae Buchanan "Shorty" or "Buky" The Whirlwind Mournful Morsel-How come you do me like you do? G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girls' Archery Club '44 Home Room Offices: President '45 Treasurer '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Sigls' Basketball '44, '45, girls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Ruth Ann Burcher ' 'B l1tCh' ' S incerity Mournful Morsel-Calamity Ann. French Club '46 Pennsville High School: Girls' Basketball '44 Glee Club '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 F.H.A. '44 Patricia Ann Burgess ..Pat,, Oh, Genteel Lady Mournful Morsel+People Who call me "Patsy." Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Shirley Ann Burgess .rshortyn Little Lady Mournful Morsel-People who call me "Pat," Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Page Fifty-Five Marilyn Louise Burtner i.Lynn,, Home In Indiana Mournful Morsel- "Curly" hair. College Club '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Albany High School: Glee Club '44 Thea Mae Call ..Thea,, Today and Forever Mournful Morsel-What shall we do tonight? CHi, Dotj Retail Selling '46 Girls' Volleyball '45 Alice ,lean Carlisle "'Allie" The Courageous Heart Mournful Morsel- Characters who call me "Snookie." College Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45, '46 Reveille Art Staff '44, '46 Emma lean Carpenter "Em1nie" Big Enough Mournful Morsel-People who think I should grow up! Mimeograph Staff '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 Orchestra '44 Girls' Baseball '44 Music Appreciation '46 Shirley Ann Cass nsacv From Day to Day Mournful Morsel- Underclassmen. Glee Club '44, '45 '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '43 Scribblers '45, '46 Girls' Archery Club '43 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '44, '45, '46 Glirls' Volleyball '44, '43, ' 6 Hockey '45 Nita Windsora Cherry uLe0,, Sneuk to the Earth Mournful Morsel- Boyfriends. Glee Club '44, '46 Page Fifty-Six Camille Geraldine Chester ..Gerry,, Indian Summer Mournful MorselHTrying to find a study hall. Mimeograph Staff '45 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Band '45, '46 June Kathleen Chester ..June,, Junior Miss Mournful Morsel- Monagene! You know I'm ALWAYS on time! Student Council '45, 46 College Club '46 Secretary G.Y.A. '45, '46 Vice President Honor Society '46 Vice President Reveille Staff '45, '46 Associate Editor Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 President '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Spanish Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Junior Class Secretary Dorothy Jean Citrone "Jeanie" . Enjoyment of Laughter Mournful Morsel-Some girls are uniform crazy, but I'm iust plain crazy. German Club '46 College Club '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Lois Marie Clark "Lou" Of Smiling Peace Mournful Morsel-Iacktown Trojans!! CHi, Wandalj Library Club '45 Girls' Volleyball '45 Ioan Carol Cocanour "Coke" or "Cokie" Random Harvest Mournful Morsel- Week-encls fHi, Shots!l Glee Club '44, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Home Room Offices: President '44 Vice President '46 Room Agent '44, '45 Honor Society '46 Walter Raymond Connor ..COp,, Mournful Morsel-Getting back. Room Agent '41 Intramural Basketball '41 Ex-Service Nlan '-r Mary Alice Cotterman ffMac,, Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary Moumful Morsel-Whose winning now, Gut! Glee Club '44 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 La Renaissance '46 Treasurer Edward Curtis Cotton One Thing Is Certain "Eddie" Moumful Morsel-Never silk, never wool, always cotton. Senior Hi-Y '46 Room Agent '45 Junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '45 Frederick S. Cougill .Tredn Personal Pleasures Mournful Morsel- "Take it easy!" 300 Club '46 Ralph Allen Craig "Nitro" The Happy Warrior Mournful Morsel-Those roaring 'Cats. Home Room Offices '44 Boys' Basketball '44, '45 Ingramural Basketball '44, '4 Reserve Football '44, '45 Track Squad '45 Wanda Lois Crego "Cregie" Fair as the Meadows Mournful Morsel-Saturda Night fHi, Loulj Glee Club '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Kenneth Franklin Crist ..Gob0,, The Almost Perfect State Y Mournful Morsel-Keeping out of trouble in 300. Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 300 Club '46 Mary Louise Cromer "Mary Lou" Reaching for the Stars Mournful Morsel-Hurrying and worrying. Spanish Club '46 becretary and Treasurer College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 President Annual Staff '46 Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 Business Staff '46 Honor Society '46 Rhea Harietta Cronin "Cronie" The Good Earth Mournful Morsel-I detest whistling boysg bring on a Well-bred Harvard Man. La Renaissance '46 Charles Grant Crotbers "Charlie" Happy ' Boy I Mourniul Morsel-Give me time! 300 Club '45, '46 Donald Richard Crouse "Crousie" Brave Men Mournful Morsel-People in general! Junior Hi-Y '43 Ex-Service Man ' William John Crowley "Bill" Memories of Long Ago Mournful Morsel-Trying to remember things! Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Secretary Junior Hi-Y '45 President 300 Club '46 ' Beverly jean Dancey nBeV,, Come Hither Mournful Morsel-R.E.W.'s corny jokes! Glee Club '44, '45 Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Basketball '44, '45 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Mimeograph Staff '46 Page Fifty-Seven Maybelle Etta Danley H' "Mabel" All the Time in the World Mournful Mors 1 Glee Club '44, '45 Girls' Archery Club '44 Retail Selling '46 l Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Hockey '45 Donald Albert Davenport "Don" If I Were King Mournful Morsel-I'm going to Zanesville CHi, Carllj Home Room Officer: Secretary '45 300 Club '46 james Richard DeMent "De Mem" School for Eternity Mournful Morsel-Getting my home work! Sophomore Hi-Y '44 junior Hi-Y '45 Harold De Mooy ..Ha1,, The Sleeper Wakes Mournful Morsel-That 7 A. M. alann! In Cleve- land East Tech High School. Home Room Offices: Vice President Scarabian Honor Society Ioan Denman "Joanie" Roads of Destiny Mournful Morsel-Work, Work, work 'til the stars shinc through the roof. Debate '45, '46 College Club '46 Glee Club '44 Honor Society '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Scribblers '45, '46 Girls' Archery Club '44,'46 Room Agent '46 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Hockey '45 German Club '46 Latin Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 William Gene Denman "Bill" Mister Editor Mournful Morsel-Getting my English in on time. College Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 President '46 Annual Staff '46 Editor '46 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 l Manager Varsity Basketball '46 l Manager I Hi-Y '46 lzgramural Basketball '45 Honor Society '46 yage Fifty-Eight 'e -Too much to do and no time 2 to do it. f Viola Marie Devereaux ' 'Bc-tts" She Mournful Morsel-Damp weather and straight hair Mimeograph Staff '46 Girls' Baseball '44. '45 Girls' Basketball '46 Barbara Ann De Witt "De Witt" The Moon Is Down Moumful Morsel-Always wanting to live the past few months over. Girls' Archery Club '44 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '4 Gigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45, '46 Robert Thomas Dial ..B0b,, Go West Young Man Mournful Morsel-Making up work in English. Robert Joseph Diebold ..B0b,, Manulive Mournful Morsel-"Who's got their algebra?" Spanish Club '46 lciiigramural Basketball '44 Honor Society '46 Vaida. Nadine Diller apeten Friend of Caeser Mournful Morsel-"Oh, how soon our longed-for tornorrows become only almost-forgotten yesterdays " College Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Music Appreciation '46 Latin Club '46 Gemian Club '46 Honor Society '46 Shirley Io Anne Dillon ..Diu,, Then We Shall Hear Singing Mourn ul Morsel-Starlight, starbright, and "Star Dust." German Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45 Band '44, '45, '46 Orchestra '44 '45 Business Staff' '44, '46 Music Appreciation '46 6 y Eleanor Marie Dilts "Ellie" Great Expectations Mournful Morsel-So little time, CHi, Anniej. Student Council '46 College Club '46 Honor Society '46 G.Y,A. '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Scribblers '45, '46 Home Room Offices: President '44, '46 Music Appreciation '46 La Renaissance '46 Latin Club '46 Norma Dean Dispennette "Normie" Young'un Moumful Morsel-Curtis' candy bars. Glee Club .44 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '46 Room Agent '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '44, '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Horne Room Offices: Treasurer '44, '45 Lou Ann Dowds "Louie" Seventeen Moumful Morsel-I'm all charged up! CI-Ii, jerry, German Club '46 Treasurer College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Secretary '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Business Staff '44 Girls' Baseball '45 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Barbara Lou Edmunds "Barbie Lou" The Sailar's Voyage Mournful Morsel-"Potz" 'n pans. German Club '46 College Club '46 Honor Society '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Esther Mae English "Esther" Actions and Reactions Mournful Morsel-Casanova "Hershy" Girls' Archery Club '44, '46 Room Agent '44 Girls' Baseball '44. '45, '46 figls' Basketball '44, '45, Girls' Vollevball '44,'45,'46 Hockey '45 German Club '46 Girls' Athletic Council '46 Donald David Eshelman ..Dunk,, The Wolf King Moumful Morsel-Oh! Those out of town f.Z81110S. "l1:6O P. M." Salesmanship Club '46 Coop Retail Selling '46 President Home Room Offices: President '46 E von Christopher Evans "Chis" L'Allegro Moumrul Morrsel- FRANKly let's CHRIS- talize the subject, JACK. Student Council '45, '46 Vice President '46 Debate '45, '46 Spanish Club '46 President Sophomore Hi-Y '44 College Club '46 Vice President Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 junior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Offices President '45 Intramural Basketball '44 Cross Country Squad '45 Marie Lucille Evans "Mimi" The Age of Innocence Mournful Morsel-Wolves Glee Club '44, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Honor Society '46 Spanish Club '46 Utica Junior Class Play '45 Opal Louise Fadley aopen Time To Be Young Mournful Morsel-The distance from Columbus to Newark fHi, johnniell Glee Club '44, '45 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '46 Girls' Basketball '44, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '46 Blaine Keith Farnsworth "Squeak" The Fun of It Mournful Morsel-No girl in my life Cyetjl Room Agent '44, '45 Art Staff '44, '45 Geraldine Marie Feldner ..Jen,y,, Oh, Say Can You See Mournful Morsel-Public speaking. Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 Girl Reserves '44 Gigls' Archery Club '44, Business Staff '44, '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Grls' Basketball '44,'45,'46 Sigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Athletic Cnuncil '45, '46 Nancy M. Ferguson "Fergie" Success Mournful Morsel-Why Susie! Coke in the water pipes? 'panish Club '46 College Cluh '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44 figls' Archery Club '44 Business Staff '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44. '45, '46 fiigls' Basketball '44, '45, ggls' Volleyball '44, 45, Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 Athletic Council '45, '46 Page Fifty-Nin W Jo Ann Finckel ujoeyu Health and Diet Mournful Morsel- Always "Idle." French Club '46 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Annual Staff '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Harlan Roderick Finney ..Bud,, The Making of an American Mournful Morsel-Eager beavers 1Hi, johnl. Home Room Offices: Vice President '44 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Donna jean F ish "N0nny" The Red Herring Mourntul Morsel-That place called New York. German Club '46 College Club '46 Girl Reserves '46 Business Staff '45 Sigls' Basketball '44, '45 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Glgls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 Honor Society '46 Charles Thomas Fisk "Chuck" Goldeyiocks Mournful Morsel-George saying, "Now don't get huffy, Charlie!" Student Council '45 Science Club '46 College Club '46 Reveille Staff '45 Honor Society '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 lggramural Basketball '45, Reserve Basketball '44 Clxgmss Country Squad '45 Track squad '44, '45, '46 William Ryan F leitz ..Biu,, Forever Free Mournful Morsel- English Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Basketball '44 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 xzarsity Football '44, '45 Track S und '44, '45, '46 Class Ollficersz Vice President '46 James Lewis Fletcher ajimv The Thin Man Ex-Service Man Page Sixty D Juanita jane F luhart "Rum" The Possessed Mqumful Morsel-Just wait! Someday I'll be tall! Library Club '45 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Business Staff '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Class Officer: Vice President '44 fNew Lexingtonj james Frederick Forgrave "Pork" Vein of Iron "N" Club '42, '43 Reserve Basketball '41 Reserve Football '40, '41 Varsity Football '42. '43 Track Squad '41, 42 Ex-Service Man Pauline Mae F orshey ..P0uy,, War and Peace Mournful Morsel-Writing letters fHi, Regislj Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Honor Society '46 Mary Elizabeth Foster "Foster" Yankee Woman Mournful Morsel-Being called "The Editor's Daughter" fHi, Ir.!J Glee Club '46 Girls' Basketball '44, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '46 Elden Gail Fox ..Red,, Marching On Mournful Morsel-Women! fHi, Stinkyly lligramural Basketball '44, Cross Country Squad '45 Lawrence Patrick Fox "Dixie" Fox in the Cloak Moumful Morsel-My thoughts are too fast for my baby. Home Room Offices '46 Marjie Ann Frey ..Marj,, Modern Lives Moumful Morsel-The passifig of time iHi, Phyl J Mimeograph Staff '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, 46 Business Staff '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Glgls' Basketball '44, '45 Girls' Volleyball '44 Hockey '45, '46 Betty Io Fulton ..I0,, On the Trail of Ancient .... Man Moumful Morsel-This Buddy-Buddy System lHi- Ya, Ganglj Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Retail Selling '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 3215 Basketball '44, '45, Sgls' Volleyball '44, '45, Bettie Irene Funk HBE, Way Beyond Mournful Morsel-I'm in the "doghouse." fHi, Opel Clee Club '44, '45 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Betty Mae Gardner ..Betty,. Gone With the Wind Moumful Morsel-He's a civilian now! CHi, Albertlj La Renaissance '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Gigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Edna Mae Garrison "Boots" The Passing Years Moumful Morsel-Trying to make up my mind. Girls' Baseball '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Marlon Ann Gaunder "Annie" For Whom the Bell Tolls Moumful Morsel-People who say I didn't have to act in the part of "Kay" the brat. College Club '46 G.Y.A. '46 German Club '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary and Treasurer '45 Girls' Archery Club '44 Honor Society '46 Honor Society '46 Katherine Eva George "Katie" Inocencia Moumful Morsel-They are hard to please CPeople in generalj Girls' Archery Club '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '45, '46 gigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Latin Club '46 Shirley Ann Gildow "Guildy" American Dream Mournful Morsel-I've got gobs of love for the Navy, LHi, Roylj Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Archery Club '44 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Charles Morris Gilliam "Chuck" The Girls Mournful Morsel-Meeting people f Girls especially! Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Football '44 Cross Country Squad '46 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Norma Lois Glasmeier "Blondie" The Postman Always Rings Twice Mournful Morsel-People asking if I got any mail. CHi, Dorislb Girl Reserves '46 Ggls' Volleyball '44, '45 '4 Wilbur Eugene Glover alackv Manalive! Mournful Morsel-Silence is golden: It never betrays you. Spanish Club '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Vice President '46 Intramural Basketball '45 '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Honor Society '46 Bill Dean Goldsmith "Goldie" You Can't Take It With You Moumful Morsel-Life's no better if we worry, nor the world any longer if we hurry. Senior Hi-Y '46 Boys' Baseball '44. '45, '46 Reserve Basketball '44 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 Reserve Football '44 Varsity Football '45 Cross Country Squad '46 Track Squad '45 Page Sixty-One june Eileen Goss "Eileen" All the Year 'Round Moumful Morsel-Those Saturday evenings at Woolworths Betty Irene Graham "Boots" Blue Horizons Moumful Morsel-That far away look-35 miles 1Hi, Genej Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Scribblers '44, '45, '46 Marion Aldon Green ..Buddy,, The Grand Parade Mournful Morsel-Being called "Marion Aldon." Spanish Club '46 Science Club '45 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Home Room Offices: President '44 Boys' Baseball '44, 45, '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45,' '46 Shirley Ann Green "S. A. G." As Dain Gu By Moum ul Morsel-Between week-ends. Glee Club '44, '45 Coop. Retail Selling '46 Wesley Theodore Grooms WI-edu Speak to the Earth Moumful Morsel- Re-entries. Science Club '44 Scribblers '44, '45 Basketball '44 Shirley Mae Guthrie nLeen In Praise of Gentlemen Moumful Morsel-Who's winning, Mac? Science Club '45 Library Club '44, '45 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Business Staff '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '44, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 German Club '46 Page Sixty-Two Iohn Durward Hagans, Ir "Jack" ' Johnny Appleseed Moumful Morsel-Those week-ends at Toboso. Frances Mae Haley "Fran" The Dove Brings Peace Mournful Morsel-Tell me, are you two going steady? CHi, Donnal Girl Reserves '44, '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Sjiigls' Basketball '44 Girls' Archery Club '46 Hockey '44, '45 Mildred Pearl Hall A ..Midge,, Child of Light Mournful Morsel- Log an' Flame. Student Council '44, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Hon r S ' '46 0 ociety Girls' Volleyball '44 Frank Haluczik "Frankie" Western Star Moumful Morsel-Working Raymond William Hand .QBHIH Great Scott! Moumful Morsel-I "Phil" all right now. Student Council '45, '46 Treasurer '46 German Club '46 Science Club '46 College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Boy's Baseball '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Football '44 Cross Country Squad '44, '45, '46 Track Sfiuad '45, '46 Class Of ices: Treasurer '46 Betty Jean Handel "Betts" The Shadow Moumful Morsel-Getting kicked around by "Muscles." lHi, Ioanielj Salesmanship Club '46 Art Staff '44, '45, '46 Marilyn jean Hanison nleanv The Welcome Mournful Morsel-High stepping on cold days. Band '46 Attended McClain High School '44, '45 fHighland Countyj William Franklin Harvey "Bill" Great Son Mournful Morsel-Doing another guy's lessons CI-Ii, Hoytlj Science Club '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Orchestra '45, '46 Susan Elizabeth Haslop "Susie" American Beauty Moumful Morsel-Why, Nancy! Coke in the water pipes! W College Club '46 Revei le Staff '45, '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Home Room Offices: President '45 Secretary '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Gigls' Basketball '44, '45, Sigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Spanish Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Phillip Robert Haynes -.Phila Freckles Mournful Morsel-Keeping on that STraight and Narrow path. German Club '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Science Club '45 College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 lunior Hi-Y '45 Room Agent '44, '45 Art Staff '44, '46 Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Jean Josephine Hillbrant "Muscles" Little Women Moumful Morsel-Yahtata, Yahtata fHi, Lukell La Renaissance '46 Library Club '45, '46 College Club '46 Reveille Staff '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45 Masque and Gavel '46 Scribblers '45, '46 Evelyn Virginia Hina ..Evie,, Heidi Mournful Morsel-My brown-eyed detective K Hi, Jeannie, Glee Club '44 Girl Reserves, '44 Sara Dell Holler "Sarie" Strings To Adventure Mournful Morsel-Everyone saying to my girlfriend and me, "Are you two twins?" fHi, Wathj Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Donna Jean Holman "Jeanie" Shining Chance Mournful Morsel-Being called "Red." Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45 Paul Louis Hoyt ..Shm,ty,, An Amateur Gentleman Mournful Morsel-Always being pestered QHi, Harveylj Helen Lois Huggins usissyn First Lady Mournful Morsel-lf everyone were as happy as I. College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44. '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Major '46 Girls' Baseball '44. '45, '46 ggls' Basketball '44, '45, Sigls' Volleyball '44, '45, Homecoming Queen '46 Carolyn Hughes ..Lyn,, There ls A Lady Moumful Morsel-It's too peaceful in the country! fHi, Bettylj Student Council '46 Gennan Club '46 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Room Agent '45. '46 Music Appreciation '46 Francis Milford Hupp "Frankie" Road Leading Smnewhcrr' Mournful Morsel- Monday mornings. Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Boys' Baseball '44. '45, '46 Tntramural Basketball '44 '45, '46 Page Sixty-Three Robert A. Hupp, Jr. "Huppie" So Free We Seem Mournful Morsel-Having a class the first period in the morning fHo, Humlj Home Room Offices: President '44 Retail Selling '45 Maxine Amelia Jacobs .qaken All Our Yesterdays Mournful Morsel-Ninety per cent of the girls spent their time primping, the other ten per cent live in Newark-fHi, Jones'slJ Spanish Club '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Archery Club '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '44 Girls' Baseball '44, '45. '46 S12-ls' Basketball '44, '45, Girls' Volleyball '44, '45, '46 Zuelean Jeffers "Zukie" The Here-To-Yonder Girl Mournful Morsel-The Missing Link fHi, Roy and Charlielj Snanish Club '46 College Club '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44 Music Appreciation '46 Mary Linda Jeffries ..Lindy,, The Perfect Tribute Mournful Morsel-Algebra Class: Nineteen boys and a girl. Student Council '46 Latin Club '46 Secretary '46 College Club '46 Glee Club '44. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 Honor Society '46 President '46 Annual Staff '46 Music Appreciation '46 Donald Lewis Johnson "Don" ' The Legend of Sleepy Hollow ' Mournful Morsel-Hard time getting up, Band '44, '45, '46 Geraldine Leslie Johnson aceriv She Shall Have Music Mournful Morsel-Keeping the vow. -'Glee Club '43 Page Sixty-F our Betty Lou Jones .jonesyv Homespun Mournful Morsel-Me and the gang fHi, kidslj Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Glee Club '44 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 German Club '46 Carol Eileen Jones ashonyv Angelique Mournful Morsel-I walk alone, darn it! Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Charles Edward Jones "Chucky" Good Comrades Mournful Morsel-Going to games in the "Blue Streak." 300 Club '46 Basketball Manager '44 Joan Worth Kaiser ..J0,, Quiet Street Mournful Morsel-Going through the subway. Girl Reserves '43 4-H Club '44 Richard Bernard Kane! "Irish" The Wolf King Mournful Morsel-Little . guys who pick on mel Senior Hi-Y '46 Home Room Offices: President '44 ,- Boys' Baseball '44, '45 Intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 Varsity Football '44, '45, '46 Dale Allan Kathary "Laddie" Arrowsmith . Mournful Morsel- , Republicans in civicsuclass. Science Club '45. '-4635 Senior Hi-Y '45, '46 Junior Hi-Y '44, '45 ' YA-L, Y, ,LL 2 William Wilfred Kelley ..Biu,. Cousin William Moumful Morsel- Homework Mary Elrzabeth Kinney "Midge" A Home of Her Own Moumful Morsel-The man ot my dreams CHi, B. P.!j Girls' Volleyball '44 Art Staff '44, '45, '46 Barbara Elizabeth Kirk ..Bobhy,, Our Village Moumful Morsel--People calling me Shorty. Salesmanship Club '46 Reveille Art Staff '46 Theodore Wade Kitchen, Jr. "Slim" Beau Brummell Moumful Morsel-Lack of time for studying. German Club '42 Science Club '42 Bicycle Club '42 Reserve Basketball '41 Reserve Football '40 Varsity Football '41. '42 Track Squad '41, '42 Ex-Service Man Byron Charles Kreager apymv The Sea-Wolf Mournful Morsel-Wishing I had studied harder at Wilson. lunior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '45 Clrgss Country Squad '44, Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Donald Eugene Kreager 4rD0n,, Captain Courageous Moumful Morsel-Playing cards with the boys. Spanish Club '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '44. '45 fgxgrsity Football '44, '45, Track Squad '44, '45, '46 David Appenzeller Lacy "Dave" The Little Minister Mournful Morsel-Singing in the bath tub! Glee Club '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Cincinnati, Ohio Class Play '45 junior Hi-Y '45 Senior A Cappella Choir '45 Margaret Marie Lammers apeggen Peggy Covers the News Moumful Morsel-P. K. Problems! Student Council Secretary '46 German Club Secretary '46 College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45. '46 Scribblers '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Music Appreciation '46 Class Offices: Secretary '46 Honor Society '46 Edgar William Lange, jr. .Big Edv So Great A Man Moumful Morsel-Daily walks to Columbia Street lHi, Nancyll Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Salesmanshin Club '44 Senior Hi-Y '46 Boys' Baseball '45. '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45. '46 Reserve Football '44 Varsity Football '45, '46 Wanda Eileen Larimore ..Wandy,, Lively Lady Moumful Morsel-Mutt and Jeff. College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Treasurer '45 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '44, '45, '46 La Renaissance '46 Music Appreciation '46 Norma Jean Lawrence "Norm" A Little Princess Moumful Morsel-Sleepless week-ends at the lake. Student Council '44, '45, Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 Honor Society '46 Secretary G.Y.A. '45, '46 Music Afppreciation '46 Class O ices: Secretary '44 Ursula Ann Lea "Ur-soo-la" Sn Well Remembered Moumful Morsel-My legs can keep no pace with my desires! Student Council '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: President '45 Debate '44, '45, '46 Captain '46 Latin Club '46 President College Club '46 Art Staff '44 Reveille Staff '45, '46 Editor '46 Honor Society '46 Music Appreciation '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Secretary Scribblers '44, '45, '46 Co-Editor '46 Vice President '46 Page Sixty-Five Wanda Lou LeMaster "Wanda" A Pair of Blue Eyes Moumful Morsel-Waiting on time. Henry Allen Leslie, Ir. "Les" To Have and To Hold Moumful Morsel-Being called Orville. College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Ivory Maxine Leslie ulvoryn Quiet Street Moumful Morsed-Cute guys Cespecially blondesj Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girls Baseball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Mary jane Lewis ..-Ianeyv Smilin' Through Moumful Morsel-Birds of a feather who flock together. CMonkeys, tool? College Club '46 President G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '44 Annual Staff '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 La Renaissance '46 Music Appreciation '46 Girls Volleyball '46 Beverly Ann Littleton upugv The S0ldier's Delight Moumful Morsel-Those wonderful letters CHi, Billj Retail Selling '45, '46 Carol Anne Lloyd "Toll" Don't Ever Grow Up Moumful Morsel-I love the billboards. Whom do you love? College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Business Staff '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Hockey '45 La Renaissance '46 Music Appreciation '46 Page Sixty-Six Franklin Roe Logan "Frank" Fortitude Moumful Morsel-Deep in the heart of Texas. Home Room Offices: Vice President '46 Retail Selling '46 Ialgramural Baskelball '45, Donna Jean Luby "Donnie" For Looe of Country Moumful Morsel-Tell me, are you two going steady? fHi, Franll Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Richard Allen Luby "Dick" The Clock Moumful Morsel-Getting to school on time. Intramural Basketball '43 Maryorie Ellen McAfee .rslugn The Girl Who Was Marge Mournful Morsel-North side of Square. Retail Selling '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 ggls' Basketball '44, '45, Sgls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Charlene Louise McCafferty "Charlie" The New Hope Moumful Morsel-Being misunderstood CHL Rag and Zukie! J Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 Glee Club '44 Girl Reserves '46 Music Appreciation '46 Business Staff '46 john Edward McCafferty ulacku The Interpreter Moumful Morsel-"Under- standing women" and "day-dreaming." james Lewis McDonald ..MaC,, Lord Iim Mournful Morsel-Eighth period clock-watchers. Student Council '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '46 Treasurer junior Hi-Y '45 Home Room Officer '44 Secretary Boys' Baseball '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Honor Society '46 George William McFarland "Mack" The Hoosier Sehoolmaster Mournful Morsel-Going to class on Monday. Betty Jean McGarry ..Betty,, The Midas Touch Mournful Morsel-Doing things on time. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Retail Selling '46 Dan Stewart Mclntire, Ir. ..Danny,, Young Mun With a Horn Mournful Morsel-Certain species of "musicia." Student Council '45, '46 President '46 Science Club '45, '46' College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Scribblers '45, '46 Treasurer '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Band '45, '46 junior Hi-Y '45 Boys' Basketball '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '45, Sgwss Country Squad '45 Music Appreciation '46 Honor Society '46 Lash High School-Zanes ville, Ohio: Student Council '44 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Band '44 Orchestra '44 Ralph Sanford McGaughy a4Mac,, It Can't Happen Here Mournful Morsel-Bone Crusher Home Room Offices '45 Vice President Home Room Agent '44, '45. '46 300 Club '46 Secretary Clyde Edward McKeand ..Bud,, Here Today and Gone Tomorrow Mournful Morsel-That 5-minute bell. Science Club '46 College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Band '46 Orchestra '45. '46 Tunior Hi-Y '46 Music Appreciation '46 Parkersburg Hirfh School: Band '44, '45 Hi-Y '45 Jessie Eileen McMullen "Bottleneck" The Dreamer Mournful Morsel-I'll buy that dream. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Retail Selling '45, '46 Jean Ann McNabb ..Mac,, It's All In the Family Mournful Morsel-My sophomore brother Band '44, '45, '46 Barbara Jean Mackenzie "Fannie" Pride and Prejudice Mournful Morsel- Bird legs. College Club '46 G.Y,A. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '44 Room Agent '44 Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44. '45, '46 Ciirls' Volleyball '44, '45, ' 6 Sgls' Volleyball '44, '45, Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 La Renaissance '46 Robert L. Macy ..Macy,, Mun For the Ages Mournful Morsel-I s'pose Science Club '45, '46 President College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Home Room Offices '46 President Band '44 Dorothy Ellen Malloy "Dottie" Pattern of Three Mournful Morsel-Keeping track of Retta and Giz! Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '45. '46 Girls Basketball '44 S2-ls' Volleyball '44, '45, Richard Frederick Meckley acumv Equality , Mournful Morsel-Keeping the Pontiac running fHi, Babelj Intramural Basketball '44, '45. '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 ' Page Sixty-Seven Betty jane Messenger ..Betty,, Walk Humbly Mournful Morsel-Getting my lessons. Salesmanship Club '46 Co-op Retail Selling '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Volleyball '45 Alice Pauline Metcalf .rpouyn Pollyanna Mournful Morsel-A certain boy in the 300 club fHi, Chucklj Mimeograph Staff '46 Barbara Jean Miller "Babs" Dress, Right Dress Moumful Morsel-Waiting on Marilyn and chasing Betty! German Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 David Joseph Miller ..Dave,, The Possessed Moumful Morsel-People who call me "stinky," Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '46 Vice President Room Agent '46 Junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '45 Chaplain for Hi-Y '44, '45, '46 Dorothy jane Miller nlanieu Honey Iane Moumful Morsel- Attending twelve schools in twelve years. G.Y.A. '46 College Club '46 La Renaissance '46 Music Appreciation '46 Honor Society '46 Evelyn Jean Miller ..Si,, Drivin' Woman Moumful Morsel-Week- ends at the Wright's. Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Page Sixty-Eight Joyce Marie Miller ..I0,, Flower of the Gods Mournful Morsel-Cars with car and no motor fHi, Iuneb Glee Club '44, '45 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Marilyn Anita Miller ..Fuzzy,, La Petite Mademoiselle Mournful Morsel-Being called Fuzz fl-li, Bnrbj French Club '46 Glee Club '44, '46 Gene Douglas Morin ..D0c,, Great Expectations Moumful Morsel-That rank of Admiral. Student Council '44, '45 '46 Debate '44 Science Club '44, '45 President College Club '46 Honor Society '45 Treasurer Scribblers '44, '45, '46 President Home Room Offices '44 Vice President Room Agent '44 Senior Class President Thomas Leroy Morrow "Tomorrow" Personal Record Mournful Morsel-Having to talk in class. German Club '46 Science Club '45, '46 College Club '46 Loretta Mae Mours "Retta" Storm Child Moumful Morsel-Oh, those Columbus guys! Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Volleyball '44, '46 Dale Lee Myers "Reverent" Great Sons Mournful Morsel-Oh, how I hate to get up in the moming. Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 300 Club '46 Mary Edith Nees "Nockie" The Divine Lady Mournful Morsel-Can I join you'se guys? College Club '46 Glee Club '44 Reveille Staff '45, '46 G.Y.A. '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '46 orchestra '44, '45, '46 Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Basketball '44, '45 Girls' Volleyball '44 Hockey '44 Norma Jean Nethers ..Red,, The Incorruptable I Mournful Morsel-Writing letters. La Renaissance '46 james Meredith Nichols ...uma Enjoyment of Literature Moumful Morsel-Ford fixing. Carol Mae Nye "Carol" Star at Noon Mournful Morsel-That brother of mine fHi, Snookiel Glee Club '44, '45, '46 G.Y.A. '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Vice President Home Room Offices '45,'46 Secretary William Jennings O'Brien, Ir. , "Bill" Wonder Hero Mournful Morsel-Gene and his football prognostications CHi, Pegb Intramural Basketball '44 Home Room Offices '45,'46 President 300 Club President Virginia Mae OConner "Ginny" Seventeenth Summer Mournful Morsel-Oh! those uncles! Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Home Room Offices '44,'46 Treasurer Girls' Basketball '46 Donna Carol Ogle aogeen The Spanish Lady Mournful Morsel- My shadow. Room Agent '45 Band '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Music Appreciation '46 Frances Jane Orr "Frankie" The Romantic Rebel Mournful Morsel-Only two-day week-ends. Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Home Room Offices '43,'44 Secretary Room Agent '44 Mildred Louise Osborn "TWeezer" Far Away and Long Ago Mournful Morsel-Boys Spanish Club '45, '46 Honor Society '46 Sharon Mary Patten "Shots" Tomorrow The World Mournful Morsel-Week- ends fHi, Cokelj La Renaissance '46 College Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Vemona LaFon Patton "LaFon" Adventures In Friendship Moumful Morsel-Monday morning after a lost week-end. Girls' Volleyball '44 Mimeograph Staff '46 James Henry Paul .wmv The Right Thing Mournful Morsel-The names people call me. Track Squad '44 Stage Manager '44, '45, '46 Page Sixty-Nine Betty Lee Penick "Su ar" E I Hear America Singing Mournful Morsel-The army discharge system. Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Home Room Offices '44 President Honor Society '46 Robert Earl Perdue "Fireball" Enjoyment of Laughter Moumful Morsel-Hey, Red! What's the color of your hair? French Club '46 Science Club '46 College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Junior H-Y '45 Music Appreciation '46 Caroline D. P1cc1r1ll1 apic., Blessed Are the Meek Moumful Morsel-College English Student Council '45 Spanish Club '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices '46 President Honor Society '46 Helen Mae Ponser usisn Through Space and Time Moumful Morsel-"It's been a long, long time." Glee Club '44, '45 Awanna Louise Powell "Wa Lou" You Make Your Own Luck Moumful Morsel-Evening twilight and the rustle of leaves. Reveille Staff '46 Glee Club '44 Girl Reserves '44 Art Staff '45, '46 Clayton LaVerne Priest aclayn Anchors Aweigh Moumful Morsel-The navy. Dramatic Club '42, '43 Sophomore Hi-Y '42 Masque and Gavel '46 Bicycle Club '42, '43 Junior Hi-Y '43 Ex-Service Man Page Seventy Mary Ellen Raison "Luke" The Divine Comedy Mournful Morsel-Click, click CHi, Jeaniej College Club '46 Reveule Staff '45, '46 Glee Ciuo '44 b.I.A. '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 1-lome Room Offices '45,'46 vice rxesident Business Staff '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 john Edward Reber "Long John" Daday Long-Legs Moumful Morsel-Girls who want me to take their picture tor the AHHUQI Science Club '45, '46 Vice President College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Secretary Room Agent '44, '45, '46 Band '44, 45, '46 junior Hi-Y '45 Vice President Annual Staff '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Stage Manager '44,'45,'46 Music Appreciation '46 Thomas Roy Restorick ...roms Sentimenturl Tommy Mournful Morsel-reople who call me so many different nicknames! Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Science Club '45, '46 Treasurer College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Treasurer Band '44, '45, '46 Orchestra '44 Iunior Hi-Y '45 Treasurer Boys' Baseball '44, '45. '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Shirley Irene Rian "Shirl" Trojan Woman Moumful Morsel-Waiting for my ship to come in! Glee Club '44, '45. '46 Room Agent '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Latin Club '46 Jeannine Maxine Richards "NeNe" The Princess Mournful Morsel-That certain sailor CHi, Georgielj Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44 Mary Iean Rlckus "Rickie" The Dream Keeper Mournful Morsel-A certain soldier I am waiting for. I Hi, Howdylj Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Vice President Band '44, '45, '46 Donald Leo Schaller Mary Jane Jones Ridenour "Janie" To Have and To Hold Moumful Morsel-My husband. Siaflesmanship club '44, '45, Library Club '44 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '44 Carlos Albert Riley lKCBr1O,, Appreciation and Enjoyment Moumful Morsel-Peroxide blondes, especially boys. Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Senior Hi-Y '46 Science Club '45 Room Agent '45 Band '44, '45, '46 Orchestra '45, '46 Junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Cross Country Squad '46 Track Squad '44, '45 Manager Golf Club '46 William Stanley Robinson .Robyn Expressing Willie Moumful Morsel-Someone losing my physics experiments. German Club '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Cross Country Squad '46 Elizabeth Jean Ryan ..Betty,, Career in the Making Moumful Morsel-Oh, for the peaceful countryside. fOh, Glory, Lynb College Club '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Room Agent '44 Music Appreciation '46 La Renaissance '46 Honor Society '46 Rosalie Catherine Saporito asappyn Loyalties Mournful Morsel-The way people spell and pronounce my last name! Retail Selling '46 Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45. '46 Girls' Basketball '44,'45,'46 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Jerry Samuel Satterfield ..F00., Iourney's End Mournful Morsel-We're Miami bound! Home Room Oflicesz Vice President '45 Intramural Basketball '46 Cross Country '45 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 uDee,n The Christmas Carol Moumful Morsel-Hurrying F leitz in the dressing room. Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Basketball '44 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 Varsity Football '44,'45,'46 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Jacqueline Scholsser "Jackie" just Suppose Moumful Morsel-Monday mornings Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Vice President '45 Retail Selling '46 Charles William Schuler "Schulerium" Good Looks for Girls Mournful Morsel-Mr. Kingery's comments. College Club '46 laigramural Basketball '45, Reserve Football '44 Track Squad '45, '46 Eleanor Jean Shaffer "Jeanie" Justice Moumful Morsel-Eighth period! Retail Selling '45, '46 Robert Lee Shannon "Robin" The Human Comedy Moumful Morsel-Oh, how I love to keep training QHi, Jlj Intramural Basketball '44 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 Varsity Basketball '46 Varsity Football '44,'45,'46 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Room Afgent '45 Class O tices: President '44 Vice President '45 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Monabelle Sharpe "Monabelle" The Song of the Lark Mournful Morsel- Microphone that won't work! Band '44, '45, '46 Page Seventy-One William Edgar Shell "Ted" Monsieur Beaucaire Mournful Morsel-Variety, the spice of life. La Renaissance '46 President College Club '46 Reveille Staff '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Scribblers '44, '45, '46 Orchestra '44, '45, '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Tennis '45 Emmajean Shepherd "Lu Lu" Emmy Lee Mournful Morsel-P. K.'s fHi, Johnnylj Glee Club '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices '44 Girls' Volleyball '45 Girls' Baseball '46 College Club '46 Everett Willard Shepherd ushepn How Green Is My Valley .Moumful Morsel-Girls ' talking in the halls. Harold Leroy Shield asnortyv Nothzlig But the Truth Mour ul Morsel-Slow moving people! Orchestra '44, '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Jacqueline Lou Shoemaker "Jackie" Seventh Heaven Molunful Morsel-Sliding in 313 at 8:29Vg! Glee Club '45 G.Y.A. 45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Retail Selling '45 Girls,',Basebal1 '44, '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '44,'45,'46 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Robert Eugene Siegle "Coke" ' Experiences in Thought and Expression . Mournful Morsel-English Page Seventy-Two Barbara Mae Simpson "Barbie" No, Mr. Brown Mourntul Morsel-My little "Brown"-Jug? COh, hal German Club '46 College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '44 Business Staff '45 Annual Staff '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 Helen Elizabeth Sissea "Sis" Looe, Honour and Obey Mouxnful Morsel-Wishing. Mimeograph Staff '46 Reveille Staff '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Home Room Offfices: Secretary '45 Room Agent '46 Business Staff '46 Annual Staff '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Baseball '46 Girls Volleyball '45 Art Staff '44, '45, '46 Honor Society '46 john Hoyten Slater "Speedo" Mister Littleiohn Mournful Morsel-Keeping training with B Shannon. Reserve Basketball '44 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 Reserve Football '44 Varsity Football '45, '46 Room Agent '44 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 President '45 Vice President '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Darlene Marie Smith "Smitty" Pearls of Fortune Moumful Morsel-People in general fHi, Bettyj Library Club '44. '45 Mimeograpll Staff '46 Honor Society '46 Girl Reserves '46 Helen Vivian Smith "Smitty" A Cnreer Ahead Moumful Morsel- lnterruptions while talking with a friend. Honor Society '46 Kenneth Richard Smith "Dick" A Doctor in Spite of Himself Mournful Morsel- Halloweenl fHi, Peggy, Norma and Bobl Sophomore Hi-Y '44 ' President Senior Hi-Y '46 College Club '46 Room Agent '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Phyllis Catherine Smith aphylv Private Secretary Moumful Morse!-I'm just two-cents off! Girl Reserves '45, '46 Treasurer Honor Society '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Robin Daniel Smith, Ir. 4fDan,, Roads of Adventure Morunful Morsel-Keeping the old Ford running! Home Room Treasurer '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '44, '45, '46 300 Club President '46 Foreman of Smith- Hughes '45, '46 Dorothy june Snelling "June Bug" Adventures in Friendship Moumful Morsel-A '39 maroon Ford! Glee Club '44, '45, '46 William Eugene Snelling "Snowball" Personal Pleasures Mournful Morsel-Willis, and his football predictions! CHi, Mary Louj Room Agent '44 Intramural Basketball '44 300 Club '45 Robert Paul Snoor "Snazz" Friends and Fiddlers Moumful Morse!-People who won't argue. Junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 College Club '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Boys' Baseball '46 Frank Winegarner Spencer, Ir. "Il Penseroso" It Pays To Advertise Moumful Morsel-That gem of wisdom-Sth period! Orchestra '44 Junior Hi-Y '45 Senior Hi-Y '46 President French Club '46 Latin Club '46 German Club '46 President Music Appreciation '46 Debate '45, '46 Student Council '45, '46 College Club '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 Honor Society '46 Home room Offices '45 President Richard Louis Stauch "Spank" The Prize Song Mournful Morsel- "Fireball' Purdue Science Club '45, '46 Band '45, '46 Senior Hi-Y '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Geraldine Mae Steinman ..Jerry,, How To Win Friends and Influence People Mournful Morse!-Hi, charged up! I'm jerry! C'Lo, Lou Annj Student Council '44, '45, '46 Debate '44, '45, '46 Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 Treasurer G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Room Oflices: President '44 Business Staff '45 Room Agent '44 Girls' Volleyball '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Masque and Gavel '46 Music Appreciation '46 Jacqueline Lou Stewart "Stew" In Praise of Gentlemen Mournful Morsel-Swoonie teachers! Mimeograph Staff '46 Girls Volleyball '46 Granville High School: Dramatic Club '44 Glee Club '44 Girl Reserves '44, '45 Class Play '44, '45 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Basketball '44, '45 Lois Corinne Stough "Butch" Happiness Mournful Morsel-My ideal! Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '45, '46 Co-op Retail Selling '45,'46 Minnie Lucille Stradley .rsisn Enter Madame Mournful Morsel-These circles get me CHi, Honeylj Glee Club '44 Girls' Baseball '45 Girls' Volleyball '44, '46 Hazel May Strait "Hazel" Milestones Mournful Morsels-No freedom until graduation Q46!J Spanish Club '46 Salesmanship Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Co-op Retail Selling '46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Basketball '44. '45 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Page Seventy-Three 4 Mi Luella Burmce Strait "Luella" Quality Street Mournful Morsel-Trying to think? Spanish Club '46 Salesmanship Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Co-op Retail Selling '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Basketball '44 Girls' Volleyball '44, '45 Mary Lou Swartz "Butch" You and I Mournful Morsel-All of these "Bob's"l Salesmanship Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 Treasurer '46 Room Agent '45 Band '44 Orchestra '44 Co-op Retail Selling '46 Secretary-Treasurer Gizella Irene Szatmary ..GiZ,, Fancy Free Mournful Morsel-Trying to find a platter that Retta doesn't have! Girls' Volleyball '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girl Reserves '46 Margaret Hope Tait upeggyu All-of-a-Sudden-Peggy Moumful Morsel-I'm just a bird in a gilded cage! G.Y.A. '45, '46 Treasurer '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Business Staff '45 Annual Staff '45, '46 Associate Editor '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46 President '46 College Club '46 Student Council '44,'45,'46 La Renaissance '46 Secretary '46 Clarence Robert Teagarden ..B0b,, A Man Can Only Do His Best Moumful Morsel- Senior Hi-Y '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44, '45 Junior Hi-Y '45 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Football '45 Track Squad '44 Harvey Lenard Thomas "I-Iarve" A Prince There Was Mournful Morsel- Prejudice, war, crime, punishment and peace. Home Room Offices '44 Secretary Music Appreciation '46 Page Seventy-F our jolm Leon Thompson "Pete" Cock Robin Mournful Morsel-"Shorty. 300 Club '46 Treasurer '46 Ramona Jean Turner ..Ray,, Enchanted April Mournful Morsel-Getting together on Saturday nue fHi, Charlie and Zukiej Science Club '46 College Club '46 Glee Club '44 Girls' Archery Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Business Staff '46 Phyllis Margaret Turner "Pl1yll" The American Beauty Mournful Morsel-Just "Halls." G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Business Staff '45, '46 W1ll1am Joseph Ulrich "Bill" Close the Book Mournful Morsel-Teachers who make long assignments over the week-end. German Club '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Science Club '46 College Club '46 Junior Hi-Y '45 Intramural Basketball '46 John George Vaiea HHOOPU The Knave of Hearts Mournful Morsel-Sweet D. P. fHi, Blue-eyesj Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Vice President '46 Reserve Football '44 Intramural Basketball '46 Dorothy Eileen Varner ..Ange1,, Enter the Hero Mournful Morsel-Mr. Miller's son Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '45 Office Machines '46 Phyllis Ann Vermillion ..Phy1,, The Country Cousin Mournful Morsel-Boys from "little towns!" Eileen Victor "Kitty" Strong Heart Mournful Morsel-7:00 reveille. Glee Club '44, '45 Co-op Retail Selling '46 Royal Ruby Waldeck ..Ruby,, Out of the Fog Mournful Morsel-Boys that whistle at girls! Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls' Basketball '44 Patricia Suzanne Walker .Tatu ' r Miss Iumo Mournful Morsel-Trying to act as a dignified senior should. Glee Club '44 Reveille Staff '46 Masque and Gavel '45, '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44 Girls' Archery Club '44 Business Staff '44, '45, Girls' Baseball '44, '45, Girls' Basketball '44,'45 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45, Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 Elsie Jean Wallace "Elsie the Cow" , 46 '46 '46 46 1 i Our Town Mournful Morsel-My little helpers 1Adelia and Caro-linel Spanish Club '46 Glee Club '44 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, Corresponding Secretary '4 '46 William Darrell Warner "Bill" Dodsworth Mournful Morsel-Time waits for no man. Home Room Offices: Treasurer '44 Room Agent '44 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 Honor Society '46 Cl erie Ann Warthen 1 "Chezz" The Girl and Her job Mournful Morsel-Saturday nights at Murphy's! Girls' Volleyball '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Baseball '46 Music Appreciation '46 G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '44 Business Staff '44, '46 lane Ellen Warthen "Colm" It's All In the Family Mournful Morsel-What makes the sunset? What makes the moon rise? fHi, Sonnyj Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45, '46 Co-op Retail Selling '45,'46 Band '44, '45, '46 Mary Elizabeth Weaver ..Mary,, The Fun of It Mournful Morsel-How's the weather over there? Spanish Club '46 College Club '46 Girl Reserves '46 Home Room Offices '46 Music Appreciation '46 Betty Aileen Weekley ..Penny,, Two Girls VVanted Mournful Morsei- Week-ends in Columbus- Hubba! Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Marilyn Ann Welker "Marilyn" The Valley of Decision Mournful Morsel-In the dog house? Bow wow! Girl Reserves '46 Band '44 Business Staff '44 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Music Appreciation '46 June Elizabeth Whitehead apugn Random H aroest Mournful Morsed-Ah, this changing world-and me' G.Y.A. '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Girls' Basketball '44,'45,'46 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Page Seventy-Five Norma Elaine Whitis "Norma" The Traveler Mournful Morsel- Columbus Eastg "Hubba Hubba" fHi, Alb Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '46 Girl Reserves '46 Girls' Baseball '44 Girls Volleyball '44, '46 Dorothy Joyce Whitt "Dottie" Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Mournful Morsel-M.L.S. and R.Y. with their troubles. Sales Organization '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Co-op Retail Selling '45,'46 Mary Lou Willey "Willey" Of Mice and Men Mournful Morsel-We'll drop the matter! CHi Petej Mimeograph Staff '46 Walter Williams ashortyn Cinderella Man Mournful Morsel-Hearing about Alabama girls from Ritchey. Home Room Offices: President '44 Secretary '46 Junior Class President '45 Retail Selling '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Reserve Basketball '44 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 Reserve Football '44 Barbara Jean Wilson "Barb" Pudd'n Head Wilson Mournful Morsel-At your Beckman' call. G.Y.A. '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45 Girls' Baseball '44, '45 Girls' Basketball '44, '45 Girls Volleyball '44, '45 Music Appreciation '46 Page Seventy-Six Esther Louise Wilson A "Esther" The Rivals Mournful Morsel-My sudden interest in the Mt. Vernon gang fHi, Slimb Glee Club '44, '45 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Virginia Catherine Wilson "Ginny" Take Three Tenses Mournful Morsel-Themes! College Club '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Robert Joe Wimer ..B0b,, Bob. Son of Battle Moumful Morsel-Certain people f Hi, Mackj ' Marian Ellen Wintermute ..Red,, Little Miss Redhead Mournful Morsel-Never a dull moment! Girl Reserves '44 Retail Selling '45, '46 Marilyn Jean Vvintermute Moumful Morsel-Sliding ..Becky,, Good Looks For Boys behind Jackie in 313 at 81291 Glee Club '45 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Band '45, '46 Retail Selling '46 Betty Louise Wise nBetv The Little Lady of the Big House Mournful Morel-Only 24 hours in a day! Mimeograph Staff '46 Honor Society '46 Band '44, '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Francis Eugene Wohlheter "Francie" Together and Aizart Moumful Morse -A trip to Mars! Senior Hi-Y '46 Home Room Offices: President '45 Retail Selling '46 Boys' Baseball '44 Intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Football '44 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 Varsity Football '45, '46 Track Squad '44, '45, '46 Carolyn Irene Wolfe "Carol" Celebrity Mournful Morsel- Intelligent People-Hm! Latin Club '46 College Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46 Glee Club '46 Marthalee Wolverton "Mart" Bars on Her Shoulders Mournful Morsel-Those "tinkling" cymbals. Science Club '46 Glee Club '44 College Club '46 Girls' Archery Club '44, '45, '46 Band '44, '45 ,'46 Girls' Baseball '44, '45, Girls' Volleyball '44,'45, German Club '46 Girls' Basketball '44,'45,'46 Honor Society '46 Dorothy JoAnn Woodyard ..Io,, She Strioes To Conquer Mournful Morsel-School in general! Salesmanship Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Girls' Archery Club '44, '45 '46 Giris, Baseball '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '44,'45,'46 Hockey '4 5' Ralph Vincent Wright ..Ducky,, Tomorrow the World Mournful Morsel-I may be wrong but l'm always Wright! 300 Club '46 Robert Henry Wright "Bob" "Rum" The Stage Is Set Mournful Morsel- Trying to get the bus in the morning! College Club '46 Sophomore Hi-Y '44 Treasurer '45 Senior Hi-Y '46 Boys' Baseball '44, '45, '46 Spanish Club '46 Vice President '46 Ililltramural Basketball '44, ' 5 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '46 Virginia ,lane Yost "Shortie" Blue Horizons Mournful Morsel-My kid brother "junnie" and being called "Shortyl" Glee Club Office Machines '46 Rozella Marie Young "Rosie" Golden Treasure Mournful Morsel-Mary Lou in general! Salesmanship Club '45, '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 Room Agent '44 Coop-Retail Selling '45,'46 Girls' Volleyball '44 William Madison Young "Big Bill" Come Hither Mournful Morsel-Getting on the good side of Ed Straclley! Inrtamural Basketball '45, '46 Dorothy Ann Zerger l.D0t,, The Dream Keeper Mournful Morsel-U. S. Navy iHi, Pugb College Club '46 Glee Club '44, '45, '46 G.Y.A. '46 Girl Reserves '44 Secretary '45, '46 Suanish Club '46 Music Appreciation '46 Honor Society '46 Page Seventy-Seven STUDENT LEADERS Row l-Mary Linda -Icllries fPrc-side-nt of the National Honor Socictyl, Ursula Lea cDE'lJiltLxI' and Editor of Revcille Newsl, Eleanor Dilts Cllunor Stuclentl. How 2-Bill Denman fEditor of tlw Reveille Annuall, Bill Fleitz fAtl1l6tGJ, Gem' Morin Cluresident of the Senior Classl, Dan Mclntirc Qlyresiclent of Student Councilj, Bill Barrick, CBusiness Manager of the Annualj. SENIGE CCDMMITTEE CHAIEMEN Row 1-Dan Mclntire CMusicD, Ted Shell CMen10rialj, Bill Hand CClass Duesl, Charles Fisk CPartyj, Bill Barrick C Publicity D . How 2-Joanne Broharcl CDecorationj, Mary jane Lewis CBrcakfastD, Rolwrt Macy Clnvitaticml, Chris Evans CCap and Gownj, Norma Lawrvnco CF'lowerl, Page Seventy-Eight SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES CLASS DUES COMMITTEE Bill Hand, chairman, Barbara Simpson, Bill Kelley, Shirley Guthrie. CLASS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE Ted Shell, chairman, Ursula Lea, David Lacy, Esther Athan, Clyde McKeand, Norma Lawrence. INVITATION COMMITTEE ' Robert Macy, chairman, Dan Mclntire, Carol Lloyd, Eleanor Dilts. BREAKFAST COMMITTEE Mary Jane Lewis, chairman, Carol Nye, Peggy Tait, Robert Macy, Barbara Edmunds, Henry Leslie, Dave Miller, Bill Denman. CLASS PARTY COMMITTEE Charles Fisk, chairman, Carolyn Hughes, Phyllis Turner, Bill Fleitz, Carol Lloyd, Chris Evans. DECORATION COMMITTEE Joanne Brohard, chairman, John Bauman, John Reber, Barbara MacKenzie, Lou Ann Dowds, Eleanor Dilts. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Bill Barrick, chairman, Bob Perdue, Charles Cilham, June Chester, Gerry Steinman, Mary Ellen Raison. MUSIC COMMITTEE Dan Mclntire, chairman, Jean Hillbrant, Carlos. Riley, Mary Linda Jeffries, Frank Spencer, Jr. CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Chris Evans, chairman, Dick Smith, Bill Young, Ursula Lea, Ann Caunder. FLOWER COMMITTEE Norma Lawrence, chairman, Ernmajean Shepherd, Mary Cotterrnan, Joanne Finckel. 1 Page Seventy-Nine U fw'er5!z155m we Eg , X it A R f 3 af? K?'04424xv XM! 622 iff ' y "L vu ' A5 I X --,,...--" p Iunior Class Officers Page Eighty-Two PATRICIA TAYLOR Vice President ROBERT CRAWFORD President DOLORES EVANS Secretary I AMES REUSSER Trecrsurer Iuniors Row 1. Eva Mae Alberry, Curtis Ault, Ella Mae Amos, Jim Anderson, Lillian Ash, Betty Lou Asher, Ed Ballinger, Barbara Barnes. Row 2. Floyd Beckman, Robert Beckham, Mary Lou Boring, Dale Bosscawen, Marie Braid, Edward Bevard, Winifred Brookover, Helen Buchman. Row 3. Don Budd, Paul E. Bueler, Frances Burson, Betty Busby, Donna Iean Bush, Mary Iean Butcher, Alice Butler, Pearl Busby. Row 4. Dorothy Byers, Avonelle Campbell, Pat Carey, Mary Carpenter, Betty Carson, Bud Carson, Betty Carter, James Chrisman. Row 5. Joanne Clark, Robert Clark, Marjorie Clary, Geraldine Coates, Billy Cochran, William Comisford, Eugene Connors, Danny Cook. Row 6. Jimmy Cooksey, Betty Cooperrider, Donna Cotterman, Shirley Courtright, Doris Crane, Robert Crawford, Julia Crist, Ceorge Crothers. Row 7. Carolyn Danese, Ralph Debevoise, Angela Deering, jo Ann DeMent, Mary Ellen Derringer, Jack Dettre, Pat Deutsch, Norma Iean Dial. ROW 8. Ronald Dickerson, Lucy Di Cola, Della Dillon, Bonnie Ditter. Not in Picture: Eula Ballenger, Bernadine Baumgardner, Barbara Brown, Emma jean Brown, Anna Cochran, Charlotte Copley, Roberta Deenis, Margaret Delancey, Louis Del Cecato. Page EightyfThree luniors Row 1.-Lester Dispenette, Myra Drumm, Maurice Duflins, Mabel Duncan, Elmer Dunlap, Jack Dunn, Jack Dutcher, Fred Edwards. - Row 2.-Barbara Ennor, Virginia F aller, Raymond Fatig, Florence Feldner, Mary Lou Feldner, Mary Io Fields, Peggy Field, Pat Folger. Row 3.-Jackie Fouts, Bonnie Francis, Carl Francis, Lester Franklin, Claire Frye, Wil- liam Frye, Jim Fullen, Yvonne Garver. Row 4.-Anna Gentile, Betty Goldsmith, Mary Nan Gregg, Suzzanne Graves, Clarence Geidenberger, Robert Hague, Marjorie Hall, Nancy Lee Hall. Row 5.-Esta Hammond, Barbara Hampshire, Winifred Hannum, Mildred Harman, Mona Rose Harris, Bonnie Haycook, Kenneth Heade, Grace Helser. Row 6.-Maurice Henson, Robert Hepsworth, Delbert Hickman, June Hickman, Jane Hillbrandt, Carl Hinger, Bonnie Hitchcock, Edward Hitchcock. Row 7.-Milton Holmes, Curtis Horst, Ann Howard, Ora Jean Huber, Albert Hunt, Jack Hunt, Don Idle, Jeanette Irwin. Row 8.-Betty Ivers, Gerald Johnson, Larry Jones, Robert Jones. Not in Picture: jerry Dunn, Beverly Ann Easton, Dolores Evans, Dorothy Fields, Richard Fisk, Effie Mae Gable, Betty Griffith. Page Eighty-Four Iuniors How 1.-Thomas Jones, Gloria Kaercher, Norma Kaiser, Marjorie Kappcs, Emmajean Kasson, Joanne Kefauver, Jerry Keinath, Mary Louise Kibler. Row 2.-George Kinney, Patty Koman, Carol Koveleski, Gizella Kovreg, Shirley Kup- pinger, Betty Lambert, VVillis Lane, Pat Laughlin. Row 3.-Claritta Laverty, Evelyn Lewis, Maurice Lewis, Richard Lieber, Doris Lightle, ' Alice Lingafeller, Lois Loar, Norma Laughery. Row 4. Bill Lavell, Patricia Lowery, Bob Lugenbeal, Dorothy Lunsky, Jim Martin, John Martin, Juanita Martin, George Mason. Row 5.-Patty McCracken, Edwin McMillen, Ruth McVey, Herron Mercer, Betty Miller, David Miller, Don Miller, Margaret Mitchell. Bow 6.-Irma Morgan, Connie Morehouse, Joan Morin, Beatrice Ann Morrow, Shirley Mossholder, Leland Myers, VValter Nadolson, Joseph Naylor. Row 7.-Carvl Neal, Janet Newman, Jean Newman, Charlotte Nichols, Pat Ogle, Edwin Penick, Eleanor Percoco, Mary Lou Pethel. HOW 8.-Florence Phillips, Charles Pierce, James Pierce, Carolyn Pinkerton. Not in Picture: Robert King, Mary Kinney, Norma Laughcrty, Rosemary Livingood, Richard Myers, Billie Jean Page, Bernadinc Petrey. Page Eighty-F ive luniors 1 ' -"' Row 1.-Glen Porter, Jack Porter, Barbara Ann Post, Donsel Post, Gerald Pound, Harold Pound, June Pound, Phyllis Prichett. Row 2.-Renna Prouty, John Radu, Shirley Raikin, Martha Rank Ewing, Lee Redman, A1 Reinhard, Lawford Rector. Row 3.-James Reusser, Tommy Rickles, james Riley, Coralee Roberts, Jerry Roberts, Jean Roberts, Mamie Robertson, Doris Rogers. Row 4.-Bill Rossell, Jim Ruton. Carol Schonhar, Iack Shaw, Frank Sessor, Dick Schenk, Carl Schenk, Richard Simi. - Row 5.-Bill Slotterbeck, Don L. Smith, Dorinda Smith, Dwight Smith, Helen E. Smith, Martha Smith, William Smith, Margaret Smitley. Row 6.-Clarence Spencer. Not in Picture: Don Price, Billy Neil Priest, Mae Joanne Reid, Charles Renard, Irma Shannon, Dorothy Smith, Neil Smith. Page Eighty-Six Iuniors Row 1.-Doris Springer, Betty Stebleton, Troy Stewart, Dwight Stickle, Edward Sticklc, Carolyn Stockdale, Anna Wessinger, julia Styers. Row 2.-Betty Ann Subora, Stanley Sullivan, Fred Swartz, Ruth Tabler, Juanita Tate, Pat Taylor, Marcita Terrell, Shirley Thomas. Row 3.-Sue Thorn, Margaret Tyhurst, Marjorie Ulery, Jack VanHorn, Lillian VanWey, Jean Vermillion, Donald VonSchriltz, Norma jean Waddell. Row 4.-Ramona Waldeck, Arlo Wanamaker, Dolores Warner, William Watts, Sam Welch, Billie Lou VanHorn, Wanda Westbrook, Evelyn White. Row 5.-Marie Whitehead, Henry Wilkin, Margery Wilkins, Max Williams, Richard Williams, Howard Wilson, Frieda Wince, Harriet Winter. Row. 6.-Dorothy Wright. Not in Picture: Virginia Stephenson, JoAnn Tabler, Darlene Woolford, Helen Young. Page Eighty-Seven Sophomore Closs Officers Page Eighty-Eight AMY I-IENZY Secretory RALPH BARRETT Vice President ROBERT MCCLAIN President PATRICIA WISE Treolsurer Sophomores Row 1.-Annabelle Alexander, Tom Allen, Winston Allen, Ardeth Anderson, Eugene Anderson, Jerry Lee Anderson, Paul Anderson, Edith Arbaugh. Row 2.-James Armbruster, Charles Atherton, Mildred Attlee, John Ballengee, Margaret Barcus, Ralph Barrett, Kenneth Baughman, Bernadine Bauingartner, Bow 3.-Bob Beck, Sally Jean Beck, Charlotte Beezler, Nancy Jane Begley, Wanda Ballentine, Cary Benner, Mary Ann Berinernian, Mary Jane Biebout. Row 4.-Eugene Bland, Juanita Blizzard, Evelyn Blodgett, Molly Bob, Williani Boggs, Clarence Bonham, Jerry Bowden, Mary Boyer. Row 5.-Virginia Boyer, Barbara Bradford, Bob Brown, Edith Brown, Mary Brown, James Brutchey, Joan Busby, Harry Butler. Bow 6.-Clinton Caloway, Claire Carter, Flora Del Cecato, David Chaney, Kenneth Channel, Beatrice Charles, John Chester, Joanne Citrone. Bow 7.-Ellen Claggett, Charles Coad, John Cocanour Don Cochran, Mary Coffinbarger, Bill Collins, Dick Couden, Stella Craig. Row 8.-Neil Crego, Jerry Cullison, Cleta Cunningham, Betty Darling. Not Pictured: John Bradford, Nancy Branscome, Bill Burke, Fred Cagney, Cornelius Cherry, Bob Clark, Bonnie Coon, Bob Curl. Page Eighty-Nine Sophomores Row 1.-Joan Darnell, Mary Daugherty, Oren Davis, Freda Davis, Mary Davis, Valene Ann Decker, Jim Denner, Loretta Derringer. Row 2.-Betty Dickerson, Floyd Dickey, Paul Diller, Tracey Diller, George Dine, Donald Dollison, Ruth Dowler, Carl Duncan. Row 3.-Virginia Dunn, Melvin Dunn, Letha Dyer, Charles Edwards, Janet Ellis, Inez Elmore, Roger Essig, Betty Evans. Row 4.-Marjorie Evans, Naomi Evans, Bob Ewing, Janice Ewing, Bernard Fatig, Pat F easter, Mildred Fields, Ruth Fisher. Row 5.-Frank Flowers, Dick F luhart, Carol Fluharty, Charles Forbes, Evelyn Ford, Clyde Forgraves, Lilly Foster, Gloria Fox. Row 6.-Ronald Franz, Bernard Freas, Russel Friend, Robert Gardner, Gene Galbraith, Earl Gamerdinger, James Garee, Ralph Garee. Row 7.-James Gilliam, Barbara Glaunsinger, Lawrence Gleckler, Martha Goodlit, Gary Griffith, YVillia1n Griffith, Howard Guy, Janice Hand. Row 8.-Martha Hare, Rosalie Harmon, Chloe Harris, Harry Harris. Not Pictured: Flora Del Cecato, Edna Evich, john Ewald, Annabelle Feiber, VVillia1n Garrett, Ethel Gleckler, Harold Goodin, Grace Hague, Rodney Hannahs, Donna Harper. Page Ninety Sophomores Row 1.-Charles Harter, Dick Hartman, Margaret Haunran, Grace D. Hayne, Donald Heatwole, Warren Heminger, Gloria Hendren, Clyde Henry. Row 2.-Amy Henzy, Bob Hill, Benton Hitchcock, Rodney Hobbs, Maurice Holman, Ruth Holmes, Gwendolyn Holinok, jean Honenberger. Row 3. Bob Hoy, Ellen Hoy, Dorothy Hughes, James Hughes, Donald Hunter, Clarence Huston, Norma Hutson, Nancy Idle. Row 4.-Eleanor Inlow, Kenneth jenkins, Eugene johnson, Wayne johnson, Bob jones, Carol jones, Cornelia jones, Donald jones. Row 5.-Harriet jones, Kenneth Jones, Merrill Jones, Don Kaecher, Joan Kaecher, Betty Kalt, William Kasson, Betty Keaser. Row 6.-Rita Io Keckley, Paul Keller, Marjorie Kelley, George Kiger, Kenneth King, Ruby Kinneer, Karl Kinney, Jean Kurtzhalz. Row 7.-Richard Lally, Burrell Lambert, Esther Lammers, Wilma Landis, Gloria Laughman, jim Lawrence, Kathleen Lawson, Alec Leslie. Row 8.-Marguerite Lightner, Marion Linn, Claire Linndeman, Orlin Litten. Not Pictured: William Henry, Dale Hose, Robert jackson, Ronald johnson, Robert Jones, William Lattimer. Page Ninety-One Sophomores Page Row 1.-Alta Litzinger, Richard Livingston, Thomas Lomas, James Lore, Lee Lugar, Durwood Lugenbeal, Imogene Lyons, Patty McCann. Row 2.-Betty McCartney, Kenny, McCreary, Bob McDonald, Mary Ann McDonald, Julia McGinnis, Beatrice Mclnturf, Bob McLain, Bety McLeish. Row 3.-Dick McNabb, Betty McPeek, VVillia1n Mt-Vey, Peggy Mackenzie, Robert Maidel, Jack Maier, john Makris, Betty Alice Marple. Row 4.-Anna Massalus, Bob Mathie, Betty Matz, Donald Meacham, Arthur Miller, Gene Miller, jaquelin Miller, Robert Miller. Row 5.-Ellis Moiiitt, Mary Montgomery, Marcia Moore, Wayne Moore, Betty Moran, XVayne Morrow, Dorothy Myers, Mary Myers. ROW 6.-Gerald Nash, Mary Neff, Elizabeth Nethers, Mary Lou Nichols, Paul Norris, Marclell Nunnelly, Martin Nusskern, Kenneth Oakleaf. Row 7.-Jerry Overstreet, Richard Odcr, Jack Pahn, Richard Pardar, joan Parker, Bob Patrick, Pat Patrick, Loueda Patton. Row 8.-Thalia Patton, Kathryn Peffer, Bruce Penrose, june Perdue. Not Pictured: Ira Dell Livingston, Gloria Loughnian, Ida Bell McDowell, Ruth McKenna, Charles Malhube, Matilda Martin, Charles Myers, Don Paul. Ninety-Two Sophomores Row 1.-Clyde Peterson, Pat Phillips, Wilbur Phillips, joan Piche, Rollie Pipes, Wanda Place, Joan Plaine, Robert Post. Row 2.-Robert Pound, Norma Priest, Jerry Provin, Phyllis Radcliff, Connie Radu, Robert Ramey, Dick Redd, Emma Lou Redman. Row 3.-Bill Rehbeck, Lloyd Rainbeau, Dick Retherford, Patsy Rice, Patty Rice, Bonnie Rine, Frances Evelyn Richards, Wilma Richards. Row 4.-Alice Ritchey, Suzanne Rivitz, Don Roberts, Evelyn Robinson, George Rob- inson, Mary Ann Robinson, WVilliam Royster, Carol Russel. Row 5.-Richard Ryan, Linda Satterfield, jack Schaller, Charles Schenk, Harry Schmitt, Roger Search, Harold Sheets, Olive Shipley. Row 6.-Arthur Simpson, Margaret Singer, Eugene Sites, Don M. Smith, Don R. Smith, Eileen Smith, George Smith, Norma Smith. Row 7.4Ruth Smith, Mildred Snow, Rose Soliday, Ioanne Spicer, june Stedman, Betty Stevens, Bob Stewart, jack Stickle. Row 8.-Coleen Stokes, Eloise Strait, Donald Street, Patricia Sullivan. Not Pictured: Cathryn Pfeffer, Donald Pigman, Bill Purks, Wayne Queen, Iohn Radu, Rachel Rector, Lloyd H. Rhodes, Ir., Edith Roach, Lee Sanders, Ardella Shannon, Bob Sherman, Emma Shomaker, jerry Smith. Page Ninety-Three Sophomores Row l.-Carlene Sutton, Clay Tanner, Dave Teagarden, ,lim Teuseher, Frank Thomas, Alvin Thompson, Clenn Thompson, Maggie Thompson. Row 2.-Ruth Thorpe, Dimitri Traicoff, Betty Trimhle, james Tripp, Ceralcl Truvx Joanne Tucker, Betty Turk, Rose Turner. Row 3.-Barbara Van Fleet, Frances Van Horn, Rohert Van Horn, Leland Vermillion, Donna Vogel, Jim Walker, Perry Walters, Raymond Walters. Row 4.-Donald Wareham, Catherine Warmen, Don Watson, Mary Bell Wagner, Nevil Watson, Ruth Watson, Dorothy Weakley, Lulu Weakley. Row 5.-Delores Weed, Jim Weller, Charles Wells, Corahelle Westfall, Paul Wetzel, Jean White, Betty Williams, Mary F. Williams. Row 6.-June Wilson, Shirley Winegardner, Patsy Wise, Rosa Wise, lean VVolfe, Charles Wollard, Walter Woolard, John Worley. B 1Row 7.-Mary Jane Wright, Mabel Yarnelle, Helen Young, Robert Young, Margaret ix er. Not Pictured: Charlene Trickle, Earl Villars, Myra Waitt, Virginia VValker. Page N inety-Four RCDOSEVELT EDITH FLEMING Principal B. S., Michigan State Normal College Page Ninety-F ' RCOSEVELT l Row 1-Jo Ann Abbott, Esther Amos, Barbara Allen, Robert Ashbrook, Carolyn Ash, Dorothy Bennett, Emil Block, Jr., Barbara Bonham. Row 2-Joyce Bonham, Mary Brown, Riola Brown, Edward Coates, Dean Cochran, Elizabeth Cochran, William Coleman, Jessie Cooperider. Bow 3-Carolyn Crawford, Eloise Davidson, Mabel Davis, June Deeds, Addison Dick- inson, Almeda Daugherty, Betty Lou Eifinger, Stanley Erickson. Row 4-Mary Eshelrnan, Alice Fadley, Paul Flannigan, Mary Ann Hale, Don Hall, Jack Hart, Walter Hay, Joyce Hess. Row 5-Cleo Holton, Diane Horwitz, Donald Howard, Relva Huffman, Max Ivers, Noah Johnson, Joyce Keinath, Wilbert Kiger. Not Pictured: Mary Black, Dorsey Clee Clutter, Roberta Hardy. Page Ninety-Six ROOSEVELT .A Row 1-Harold Lane, Mildred Lugar, Doris MacPherson, Sue MacNealy, Mary McNight, jack Marriott, Cary Miller, Charlotte Nadolson. Row 2-Herbert Nye, Nancy Otterman, Charlotte Parlet, Virginia Purdue, Phyllis Powell, William Powell, Ruth Price, Nancy Riley. Row 3-Donna Robinson, Daniel Roike, Eddie Ryan, Richard Seiter, Ellen Sennett, David Slay, Giles Srnucker, Juanita Smith. Row 4-Margaret Smith, William Smith, Claude Stickle, Ellen Stickel, Joann Swartz, Harlan Taylor, Sue Taylor, Charles Weaver. Row 5-Dalma Weaver, Jay Wilson, Robert Wince, Dorothy Wolfe, Larry Yaus, Carol Zeiher. Not Pictured: Clarence Kinney, Margarey Waggoner. Page Ninety-Seven The Sunshine Class Row 1-James Leach, Larry King, Caroline Weirick, and Peggy Harris. Row 2-Richard Shoemaker, Ann Heckman, Bonnie Westlake, and Glen Ours. Row 3-Jerry McClurg, Lenora Clark, Marjorie Meisenhelder, and Patty Hand. The Teacher: Miss Annamae Williams. The feature picture for Roosevelt School this year is the Sunshine Class which is composed of handicapped children who are under the direction of Miss Annamae Williams. Some of these children are able to go out to Page Ninety-Eight regular classes while other receive their instruction in this classroom. There are fourteen members in the class, two of whom are not in the pic- ture. They are Glen Agey and Roberta Hardy. LINCOLN IUNIOR HIGH SCI-ICOL THORA MACDONAGH Principal A. B., Denison University M. A., Ghio State University Ninet yN LINCCDLN Row 1-James Barber, Orville Baughnian, JoAnn Bell, Betty Bishop, Barbara Black, David Blowers, Marjorie Brecht, Murel Brown. Row 2-Robert Burns, Mary Butler, Crile Chaney, Betty Coursen, Carol Cullison, Richard Davis, Robert Delancey, Jeannine Dial. Row 3-Shirley Diller, Ruth Dillon, Eleanor Dodson, Ruth Ann Fairall, Jean F armer, Richard F eurriegel, Sally Lou Forbes, Janice Frey. Row 4-Mary Alice Futrell, William Gienger, Mary Lou Grandstaff, Edna Mae Groce, Joe Gutridge, Carole Haley, Verna Halblaub, Keith Harbit. Row 5-Helen Harris, Peter Henson, Harold Hickman, Calvert Hines, Betty Holley, Phyllis Howard, Clarice Howes, Clayton Hughes. Row 6-William Jackson, Treva Jeffries, Danny Bill Johnson, Richard Johnson, Clyde Jones, Dolly Jones, Don Bill Jones, Robert Kane. Row 7-Marie Kvintus. Page One Hundred LINCOLN Row 1-Virgil Lake, Annabel Lane, Betty Lavelle, Hugh Lecky, Carlene McMannus, Ross McPeek, Frances Mason, Ruth Ann Mason. Row 2-Durward Master, Richard Melton, Mary Moats, Donald Moon, Harold Moore, Jack Owen, Nancy Pancow, Patricia Parker. Row 3-Charles Perry, Ray Perry, Charlene Pound, Ierry Rambo, Alice Rice, Hallie Richards, Earl Richardson, Lena Ridenbaugh. Row 4-Edgar Robinson, Grace Rodgers, Minerva Rodgers, Lawrence Rudolph, Sonny Ruton, Don Shackleford, Donna Jean Slebodnik, Thomas Snedecker. Row 5-Mary Lou Snelling, Josephine Stichter, Stan Strutton, Ruby Pearl Tignor, Betty Tripp, Emma Jean VanWinkle, Eunice Ann Varner, Dolores Vermillion. Row 6-Juanita Verniillion, Barbara VVarrington, Marilyn XVebb, Mary Ruth Vfeakley, George XVoolard, Barbara Wooles, Kenneth Yost, Ralph Young. Not Pictured: Donald Wills, Charles Hollar, Clarence Cramer, Paul Ramsey, Hilda Allen, Minnie Davis, Shirley Post, Iunrose Price. Page One Hundred One LIN CCLN VARSITY Row 1-Jerry Rambo, Keith Harbit, Ralph Young, Robert Delancy, Clarence Cramer, David Blowers. Row 2-Dick Davis, Don jones, George Wollard, Robert Kane, Calvert Hines, Orville Baughman, Ray Schick, Coach. The Lincoln "Varsityv basketball team won the junior high school championship for 1945-1946. Under the able direction of Bay Schick, Lin- coln coach, the team won ten games, and lost two. In addition to their in- Page One Hunderd Two terest in basketball, the members of the team have maintained a high scholastic rating and have participated in a wide variety of school activities. They are good school citizens as well as capable athletes. CENTRAL IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL M. C. St. CLAIR LESTER B. COX Principal Principal Wooster College A. B., Otterbein College A. B., Ohio State University Graduate Work, Ohio State University Page One Hundred Three CENTRAL Row 1-Ralph Allen, Patricia Anderson, Norma Barcus, Barbara Beckham, june Beckman, Bernard Bebout, Lena Bieberbach, Katheryn Birkey. Row 2-Margaret Binckley, Charles Bounds, Joan Burgess, Maurice Burt, Eugene Butts, Jeannine Coleman, Lois Cooksey, Juanita Cupps. Row 3-Geraldine Daugherty, Dorothy Davidson, Alice Dawson, james Coyle, Betty DeMent, Wilbur Di Blasio, William Easton. Row 4-Gretchen Ellis, Charles Fisher, Alice Frey, Janet C-lasmeier, Richard Glasmeier, Larry Handel, Bob Hook, Norma Hunt. Row 5-Wilbur Kiger, Donald Kinney, Christine Kornman, Shirley Lamson, Gene Lan- caster, Lois Litten. Page One Hundred Four CENTRAL Row 1-Kathleen Livingston, Kathleen Luther, james MacFarland, Barbara Martin, David Meclcley, William Miller, Shirley Miner, Betty Moss. Row 2-Ruth Ann Murphy, Glenn Myers, Margaret Neal, Blaine Nice, George Offenbaker, Virginia Oxley, Ruth Ann Pethel, Charlotte Pickering. Row 3-James Raison, Parker Reed, jean Richards, Jackie Roberts, Fred Rolf, Joanne Rowe, Anna Rusieh, Wayne Russell. Row 4-Alice Sands, Glen Schmitt, Dolores Scott, Violet Snoor, Shirley Stasel, Walter Sticlcle, Iuanita Swan, Don Tanner. Row 5-Margaret Taylor, Bonnie Thompson, Lula Vaiea, Eugene Varasso, Dorothy Waldren, Beverly Yount. Not Pictured: Freda Whitehead, Ned Pryor, Bob Jones, Earl Wilson. Page One Hundred Five HOME ROOM OFFICERS Row l-Donna Zak, Pauline Vaiea, Marjorie Whipple, Darlene Helms, Josephine Jones, Bill Heim, Nilan Franga, jim Noblick, Gene Watson, Ernest Oakley, June Richards, Mildred Boylan, Nancy Allen, Betty Dean, Barbara Andrews. ' Row 2-Bobby Cates, John Hitchcock, Earl Stuthard, Sue james, Betty Price, Shirley Swan, Willard Shaley, Billy Potts, Dick Beery, Lulu Vaiea, Chralotte Pickering, jack Dement, Larry Handel, Margaret Smith, Ann Spen- cer, Phyllis Porter, Stanton Porter, june Ranck. Row 3-Lewis McIntosh, Larry Sandrum, Mary Lou Pickering, Marlene Murphy, Terrance McKenna, Wilbur Di Blasio, George Offenbaker, Pat Allen, june Berkman, janet Classmeir, Kathleen Levingston, Margaret Bivekley, Barbara Beckham, Don Tanner, Robert Barrett, Phyllis Beinhour, Gordon Patton, Paul Clifton. Central's home-room activity pe- riods are planned and executed under the supervision of the home-room of- Hcers, elected each semester. The fourth period each Thursday all pupils meet in their home rooms and enjoy the programs planned and prepared by the committee in charge for that Page One Hundred Six day. Various types of activity are used from vveek to Week. Develop- ment of good social and personality traits among all the pupils and devel- opment of special abilities of individ- ual pupils are the chief aims of these periods. WOODROW WILSON IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 51-.W , as A. ' ,. - ww.. . E. H. HECKELMAN Principal A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University Pege One WILSON Row l-Donn Alspach, Robert Ault, Richard, Baker, Richard Benner, Earl Bevard, Conrad Blaney, Alice Ann Bragg, Hilda Bratfish. A Row 2-Carol Brooks, Marilyn Brown, Richard Brown, Clarabelle Buchanan, Barbara Carter, Bill Chaney, Joan Dixon, Don Evans. Row 3-Faith Fletcher, Ioan Gatrell, Larry Catrell, Ruth Griffith, Paul Grigsby, Howard Haga, Harriet Hagens, Jayne Hand. h ROW 4-Helen Hanners, Iack Harding, James Helphrey, Ann Lou Henry, Wilson Henry, Charles Holler, Donald Hose, William johnson. Row 5-Betty Kidd, Jack Kincaid, Robert Kirk, Betty Lou Korb, John Larimore, Everett Livingston, Dolores Logsdon, Evelyn Love. Row 6-Norma McKinney. Not Pictured: Barbara Bailey, Jess Buchanan, George George, Larry Hogue, Katherine Markham. Page One Hundred Eight WILSCDN Row 1-June McMannus, Katherine Markham, Helen Orr, Charles Peffers, Russell PeHers, Shirley Petrey, Rita Pettit, Ruth Poling. Row 2-Iane Powell, Joyce Redman, Marjorie Rennecker, Robert Renard, Kenneth Rob- erts, Eileen Roof, Bonnie Schlosser, Ruth Shell. ROW 3-Susan Shields, Marjorie Simpson, Orville Simpson, Robert Speer, Don Steinhoff, Thomas Stille, Jane Steele, Jack Strate. Row 4-Stanley Streton, Robert Styers, Macille Swartz, Talbot Van Ness, Ted Vaiea, Mona Iean Vander Hoven, Carolyn Waitt, Eleanor Walker. Row 5-Glenn Warrick, June Weekley, David Weller, Marjorie Wetzel, Denny Wheeler, Mary Willing, Io Ann Workman, Dolores Worstell. Row 6-Phyllis Worstell. Not Pictured: Norma McKinney, Barbara Shreve. Page One Hundred Nine HONOR SOCIETY OF WOODROW WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Back Row-Patricia Jeffries, Joann Brownfield, Ruth Poling, Marjorie Simpson, Sue Wilkin, Nancy Haines, Jean Ann Adams, Sue Killinger, Mary Langdon, Georgeann Peniclc, Joyce Butler, Barbara Fredritz, Joan Woolard, Shirley Rose, Geraldine Franks. Middle Row-Dolores Logsdon, Patricia Pyle, Barbara Shreve, Rose Marie Messino, Alice Ann Bragg, Evelyn Love, Mary Willing, Beverley Boley, Faith Fletcher, Sue Wigton, Marjorie Wetzel, Janet Utterbeck. Front Row-Kenneth Gray, Howard llaga, George George, Jack Harding, Don Evans, Ted Vaiea, John Lariniore, Larry Campbell, Daniel Hose. ' One of the primary objectives of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School is to encourage a high standard of scholarship. We are featuring this year a picture of those pupils who have been on the honor roll during the current year. We have been con- sistent in having from ten to fifteen per cent of our student body on the Honor Roll and we are happy to note that' the highest ranking four pupils of the Class of ,46 in our Senior High Page One Hundred Ten School are all products of Woodrow Wilson School. Steps are being taken this year to join the National Junior Honor So- ciety which is a branch of the Nation- al Honor Society. . Woodrow Wilson Junior High School will always be well represent- ed on the honor roll of any institution attended by her scholars, and we trust that this tradition may long continue. COU THE a s in Jgguug pm, A-L13 Lou. Dgyudg "QE Jotf.-VIUFLNNI-N "i'UU"'5"x""' FLW aw? lv: 'Yagi-if Ba,-fa.:x -L17 Chv-as Eyoms -U7 'Ball Hom-td -'UD JG-N12 M'W'f-"oo Me Kca..nI"'UU N"-"'K5""'e- Lmuxs --Ln-J Wmnaa' Lkmmere' H-UBDMEYQ I Q C.v-ow-em +--Q'-D Fldetia.. Hrwoid ---U93 NOW104-' L4-1"-"""W'2 'UC' 2. Q' 0 5 Lloqi -U71 'Don Kveaqlpv -- lH7'Bi KX 'Denman -f'U'l YDnm f'NG1Nh"'2- "' 5 0.01 YVXG-'mit-md.oJ -fefff' 9-S' ' A 3 Pugx- One Hundrvd Eleven Page One Hundred Twelve CALENDAR CE EVENTS SEPTEMBER First day of school. Note the anxious looks. OCTOBER Pep rally. Bad news for Coshocton. NOVEMBER G.Y.A's Hard Times Party. Bobby joins royalty. DECEMBER Room 105 decorates. Wziitiirg for Santa Claus, Miss Hawke? JANUARY Getting pictures taken . an Annual affair. FEBRUARY The G. R. Valentine dance. Boys and girls glitter and glide after signing on the dotted line. MARCH True Champs! APRIL In the spring 9. young manls fancy Page One Hundred Thirteen A6fz'w'fz'e5 u ,- -- ..Y,, ,4.,- 5 Cl ,g!ag', ,ft . 1 ,af X rig: f-6.5.7 O 4 fl' FI Z-'DFTU 0352! Annual Staff Row l-Helen Sissea, JoAnn Finkel, Peggy Tait, Bill Denman, Mary Linda Jeffries, Mary Lou Cromer Mary Jane Lewis. Row 2-Mr. Kingery, Don M. Smith, Barbara Simpson, Jerry Roberts, IoAnne Brohard, John Reber Editor ...,..,......,,..,.... Assistant Editor ........ Adviser .....,.............. The high school annual is published to record by means of photographs and articles the life of the high school. In this way the staff hopes to give each student a book that in the future will recall for him many memories of school days. It has been the aim of Page One Hundred Sixteen .........VVilliam Denman Tait .......Mr. Gordon Kingery the staff to gain individuality and in- terest. The annual staff of 1946 wishes to express its appreciation to Miss Har- man and her art staff for the art sec- tion and Mr. Spangler and his depart- ment for helping to compile parts of this book. Ioumolism Stuff Row 1-Jean Hillbrant, Patricia NValker, Ursula Lea, Ted Shell, June Chester. Row 2-Mary Ellen Raison, jack Dettre, Susan Haslop, Mary Nees. Not in Picture: Coralie Roberts. Editor ,,................... Associate Editor ....... Adviser ,............... The Preveille News Sheet, which comes out every Friday of the school year, is edited by the Journalism Staff. In this Weekly paper are an editorial page, a sports page, a fun column, and various accounts of school activities. A student subscribing to the paper not only receives regular issues, but also a special issue for Christmas and a .......Ursula Lea ....,..............June Chester .......Miss Bertha L. Crilly Senior Number at the end of the year. This class gives the members an op- portunity to write for publication. Publicity to school events constitute the material prepared by them. They study not only a standard textbook but also read the New York Times daily. Creative Writing is en- couraged during the year. Page One Hundred Seventeen Student Council Row 1-Margaret Tait, joan Morin, Mona Rose Harris, Mary Carpenter, Charlotte Nichols, Bill Hand, Dan Mclntire, Chris Evans, Pegge Lammers, Bud Butler, John Bauman, Gene Morin. Row 2-Norma Lawrence, Esther Athan, Pat Carey, James Martin, Gary Griffith, Ken McCreery, Carolyn Hughes, Eleanor Dilts, Clarabelle Gentile, Amy Henzy, Mildred Hall, Ardeth Anderson. Row 3-Geraldine Steinman, Pat McCracken, Cornelia Jones, Bob Crawford, james Reusser, Frank Spencer, Mildred Attlee, Ursula Lea, Mary Linda Jeffries, Pat Lowry, June Chester. President ,i............ .,..... D an Mclntire Vice President ....... ,...,..,.,. C hris Evans Secretary ...,.......... ...... P egge Lammers Treasurer ..,.... ................... B ill Hand Adviser '.....,. . ...... Mr. Frew C. Boyd The Student Council is one of the most important organizations of this school. It encourages, promotes, and supervises many school activities. Through the various committees, the Student C o u n c i l has conducted school-wide dances held after football and basketball games. It has also had charge of all chapel programs and pep rallies. The council sponsored a very successful Victory Bond Drive during Page One Hundred Eighteen the year. The Scholarship Committee awarded a scholarship banner each six weeks to the home room with the highest scholarship average. The Council advises students on current student problems. The Student Council is composed of representatives from each class. They are first suggested by the faculty and then are voted upon by the entire stu- dent body. Notionotl Honor Society Row 1-Helen Smith, Ursula Lea, Barbara Lou Edmunds, Norma Lawrence, Cene Morin, Mary Linda IeH- ries, June Chester, Betty Penick, Pauline Forshey, Helen Sissea. Row 2-Esther Athan, Mary Lou Cromer, Marie Evans, Martha Lee Wolverton, Phyllis Smith, Ann Caunder, Mildred Hall, Dorothy Zerger, Vaida Diller, Pegge Lammers, Caroline Piccirilli, Ioan Cocanour. Row 3-Charles Fisk, Frank Spencer, Wilbur Clover, Robert Diebold, William Warner, William Denman, Darlene Smith, Dan Mclntire, James McDonald, Betty Wise, Donna Fish, Joan Demnan, Betty Ryan. Not in Picture: Eleanor Dilts, Louise Osborne, Jane Miller, Margaret Boylan. l President ......,..,.... Vice President .i...... Secretary .......,...... Treasurer ....... Adviser ......,. The membership of the National Honor Society is based on the scholar- ship average of the student. The aver- age is based on those grades received in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. A national organization, the National Honor Society in Newark High School is composed of those pu- pils in the upper fifteen per cent of the senior class, The Society was first organized in this school in 1937 under the leader- ship of Miss Laura E. Hosick. The .....,Mary Linda jeffries Chester .,.....Norma Lawrence ..,..,............,.,Gene Morin ......Miss Laura E. Hosick chief purpose of the organization is to 'promote higher scholarship among the students. On February 28, in an assembly program, the complete membership was presented to the student body. At the same time, the society presented the school with a speakers stand which is to be used in future assembly programs. Also, as is the usual cus- tom each year, a banquet was held on April 25 for the members of the club. Page One Hundred Nineteen This year Scribblers continued on writing of various forms of literature Scribblers Row l-,lean Hillbrant, Eleanor Dilts, Gene Morin, Ursula Lea, Danny Mclntire, Ioan Denman, Mr. Kingery Row 2-Don M. Smith, Kenneth McCreary, James Love, Ted Shell, Robert McClain, Ted Grooms. Row 3-Pegge Lammers, Cornelia jones, Shirley Cass, Betty Graham, joan Morin, Mona Rose Harris. President ............... ,,,,r,, G ene Morin Vice President ....r.... ..,V..... U surla Lea Secretary ,.,....rw.., wo,.,......w.. E leanor Dilts Treasurer ....., ow.........,,,,..., D an Mclntire Adviser ....r,.....,.,,o,,,o,,,.,v..o,.., ,.,,,,,, .,w...... ....,..,. ...r............ lN 1 1 ' . Gordon Kingery Editorial Board Co-chairmen .....,...............,....,...........,.w.., Eleanor Dilts, Ursula Lea, Betty Graham, Jean Hillbrant, Ted Grooms the same basis as last year, New mem- bers, however, were not necessarily recommended by English teachers, but were admitted upon the merit of creative pieces of writing submitted for the consideration of club members. The purpose of the organization re- mained the same: the stimulation of Page One Hundred Twenty by students and the investigation of the different techniques employed in these Helds. Wfritings from students in regular classes were submitted and read crit- ically. Furthermore, the Editorial Board supervised the publication of the third volume of Scribimus. Masque and Gavel Row l-Miss Patton, Mary jane Lewis, Geraldine Steinman, Joanne Brohard, Ted Shell, Eleanor Dilts Ursula Lea, Ann Gaunder, Helen Huggins, Pat XValker, Barbara Simpson. Row 2-Carol Lloyd, june Chester, Susan Haslop, Nancy Ferguson, Mary Alice Cotterman, Helen Sissea Sun Thorn Joan Denman, Jean Hillbrant, Chris Evans. Row 34Herron Mercer, Bud Green, David Lacy, John Reber, Frank Spencer, Charles Fisk, William Hind john B iuman, Daniel Mclntire. President ............,. Vice President .LL,l,.. Secretary ...,.....LL. Treasurer ..,...,, Adviser .,,..,.. Masque and Cavel is an honorary society recognizing those members of the high school skilled in speech and dramatics. The three objectives of the club are to assist the student in rais- ing his standard of speech, to recog- nize and promote significant student achievement in any area of speech in the high school, and to sponsor a bet- ter relationship between the high school and its community. New members are admitted on the .........Eleanor Dilts ...l...,.....Ted Shell ,.....,.....Ursula Lea ......Ioanne Brohard .,,.....Miss joan Patton basis of judged tryouts which include reading selections from both 'prose and poetry. The adviser this year is Miss Ioan Patton. Under her direction the club has put on two three-act plays, S'The Night Was Darkv and nThe Late Christopher Beanf several one-act plays, including "Tuberosesf, and an assembly program. Students of the club also have participated in inter- school contests. Page One Hundred Twenty Ona, College Club Row 1-Don Boyd, Max Brown, john Reber, Ted Shell, Dan Mclntire, Clyde McKeand, Dick Smith, Bob Purdue, Bill Barrick, Henry Leslie, Gene Morin. Row 2-Dorothy Zerger, jean Hillbrandt, Vaida Diller, JoAnne Brohard, Monagene Benner, june Chester, Mary jane Lewis, Chris Evans, jerry Steinman, Carol Lloyd, Helen Huggins, Barbara Simpson, Carolyn Wolfe, Ioan Denman, Mary Linda Jeffries, Barbara Mackenzie. Row 3-jerry Feldner, Mary Nees, Shirley Guthrie, Mary Ellen Raison, Susan Haslop, Nancy Ferguson, Wanda Larimore, Norma Lawrence, Esther Athan, Ann Caunder, Emmajean Shepherd, Betty Ryan, Jane Miller, Donna Fish, Barbara Lou Edmunds. Row 4-Pegge Lammers, Eleanor Dilts, Ursula Lea, Ramona Turner, Charlene McCaHerty, Margaret Tait, Mary Lou Cromer, JoAnn Finckel, Carolyn Hughes, Lou Ann Dowds, Mary Frances Boggs, Sharon Patton, Alice Jean Carlisle, Robert Macy. Row 5-Bob Snoor, William Ulrich, Charles Schuler, Robert Dial, Thomas Restorick, Phillip Haynes, Frank Spencer, Charles Fisk, Carl Bratfish, Bill Hand, Tom Morrow, john Bauman, Bill Denman. President r............ Vice President ,..... Secretary .,.,..,,,. . Treasurer ...,,,. Made up of members of the senior class who are planning on attending college after graduation, the College Club has for its main purpose the ac- quaintance of each member with the school best suited to his needs and the preparation of the students for college life. At the various meetings of the club, speakers from several colleges have in- Page One Hundred Twenty-Two ........Mary jane Lewis ............Chris Evans .......Iune Chester ......jerry Steinman formed students of the location, ex- penses, requirements, and financial aids and opportunities offered by the colleges they represented. In addi- tion, several books concerning prob- lems which the students will meet in college are studied. Furthermore, students have taken various academic tests including vocabulary, mathe- matics, and scholarship tests. Music Appreciation Row 1-Gwendolyn Holmok, Mary Linda Jeffries, Margaret Tait, Geraldine Steinman, Mona Rose Harris Row 9-Don M. Smith, Frank Spencer, jim Reusser, Mr. Kingery. President .........,...... Vice President ..,... Treasurer ,...,,.... Adviser ,,..... Music Appreciation, a new organ- ization in Newark High School this year, is a club concerned with the pro- moting of student interest in better music. The club meets every other Friday afternoon. At the beginning of the year, members voted in favor of a listening program, consequently, Friday sessions were devoted to lis- tening to records of artists playing their chosen instruments and to discs of various symphonies, choral and en- semble groups. A major project of the club was the purchasing of recordings of fine music and the presenting of them to the school library. These selections were made by a Record Purchasing Com- ..............Margaret Tait .......Geraldine Steinman ..................Iames Reusser ...,....Gordon Pt. Kingery mittee, including Marylinda Jeffries, Mona Rose Harris, Gwendolyn Hol- mok, Frank Spencer, Ir., James Reus- ser, and Donald M. Smith. At several meetings a list of titles was presented to the entire membership from which it made its selections. Final purchase of records was based upon the result of the numbers receiving the most votes by the membership present. During the year an annonymous gift of six dollars was presented to the club for the purchase of records. Frank Spencer made the presentation. This club hopes that it might be in- strumental in beginning a revival of interest in better music in the Newark schools. Page One Hundred Twenty Three Home Room Presidents Row 1-Robert Snoor, Don Eshelman, Caroline Piccirrilli, Eleanor Dilts, Robert Macy, William OBrien Bill Denman, Mr. Boyd. Row 2-Cornelia Jones, james Martin, Sam Welch, Jack Dettre, Clarence Spencer, Barbara Barnes VIar1or1e Hall Donna Harper. Row 3-Betty McPeek, Tracey Diller, Oren Davis, Charles Schenk, William Peterson, Donn Watson Lee Lugar Ralph Barret, Frank Thomas. Adviser ,,...... The chief duty of the home-room president is to preside over his home room meetings. He is elected at the beginning of the year by the students of the room. Programs are carried out by these presidents in their respective home Prgc One Hundred Twenty-F our ......Mr. Frew C. Boyd rooms during the year, and in the ab- sence of the teacher, they take charge of the room. The purpose of home-room presi- dents organization is to give students experience in leadership. Library Assistants Row 1-Nancy Singer, Shirley Guthrie, Miss Dorn, Monogene Benner, Mary Jane Bebout, Iean Hillbrant Row 2-Rita Io Keclcley, Ellen Claggett, Nancy Branscome, Mildred Attlee, Ardith Anderson, Patricia Lowry Nfiolly Schmutzler. Adviser Members of a club we hear little about, the Library Assistants, endeav- or to increase their own knowledge of how to use the library and to aid other students in taking advantage of the material offered by the library. Organized in 1940, the club is open only to students with a "BD average. The students help in the library one period each day, but the club meets every two weeks. The purpose of the ...,...Miss Dorn club meeting is to give the students instruction concerning their daily work and to inform them of their spe- cial projects. Among these special projects, the students plan the bul- letin boards during book week. Thus this group of students is ex- tremely interested in increasing the curiosity of their schoolmates for this valuable department of our school. Page One Hundred Twenty Five Hi-Y l 1 W-, Row 1-james McDonald, Robert Snoor, Carlos Riley, Al Reinhard, Fred Edwards, Dick Schenk, johnny john, Dick Jones. Row 2-Mr. Cox, Ed Lange, Tom Restorick, Clyde McKeand, Bill Hand, Curt Horst, John Reber, Bob Macy, Dick Kane, Phil Haynes, Bill Denman, David Miller. Row 3-Edward Cotton, Chris Evans, Dick Stauch, Bob Purdue, Ed Ballinger, Ronnie Dickerson, Curtis Ault, james Anderson, Dick Williams, Jerry Roberts. Row 4-Charles Fisk, Bill Goldsmith, Dick Smith, lack Dettre, Frank Spencer, Bob Teagarden, Sam Welch, Don Idle, Bob Wright, Bob King. Co-Presidents ,....... ...,..... F rank Spencer-Don Idle Secretary .......... .,,......,., .,...,,.,........,.,,...,.... I 0 hn Reber Treasurer ......, ....,...,....,...i....,.,,.....,.,. I ames McDonald Advisers ,......., ...... M r. Cox, Mr. Crossland, Mr. Smith The Hi-Y organization this year was comprised of a single group instead of the usual sophomore, junior and senior divisions. As in previous years, the group believed it enjoyed a very suc- cessful year in planning and partici- pating in both social and educational activities. During the meetings, educational movies have been run which have ac- Page One Hundred Twentv-Six tivated the Hi-Y toward the develop- ment of a good, broad education. Pro- grams have been arranged for the boys that offer both entertainment and opportunity to develop a more extensive education. As the club glances back at the cur- rent yearis achievements, it feels com- pensated for the effort expended. 300 Club Row 1-Robin Smith, Ralph MeCaughy, Charles Iones, Dale Myers, Thomas Jones, Ed Mason, Glenn Myers, james Pierce. Row 2-Bill O'Brian, John Vaiea, Don Davenport, Gene Antritt, Fred Cougill, Fred Swartz, Walter Nadolson, Bill Slotterbeclc. Row 3-Eugene Snelling, Don Von Shriltz, john Thompson, Ralph Wright, William Watts, William Comis- ford, Clarence Geidenberger, Jerry Keinath, Lawford Rector. Standing-Mr. A. V. Roberts and Mr. Harold Oatman. President t..........,. Vice President .l..,. Secretary ......V,,...., Treasurer .....,. Advisers .....Y The 300 Club is composed of stu- dents who are enrolled in the Smith- Hughes Vocational M a c h i n e Shop Course. The club meets every other Thurs- day of the school year in Room 300. The club has been formed to encour- age and promote interest of mechan- ically inclined young men towards the machinists, trade. One of the clubis projects is the ...,.,......William O,Brien ,,.,.....Donald VonShriltz Vaiea Slotterbeck .,,,...Mr. Roberts and Mr. Oatman making of a display of machined parts for a school showcase. Another aim of the club is to provide social entertain- ment for its members. Numerous par- ties have been held throughout the year. The club intends to make frequent visits to various industries of Ohio to become better acquainted with more recent developments and improve- ments in industry. Page One Hundred Twenty Seven Glee Club Row 1-Maurice Henson, john Ewald, Bob Young, Al Reinhard, Bill Colville, Dave Lacy, -lim Fullen Row 2-Eleanor Inlow, Connie Radu, Juanita Blizzard, Valeria Decker, Joanne Stedman, jean VVolfL Nl lrthl Hare Marilyn Williams, Edith Arbaugh, Norma Priest. Row 3-Patsy Wise, Carlene Sutton, joAnn DeMent, Ianice Hand, Claire Fry, Vaida Diller, Pat Sulln in joan Kearcher, Loudea Patton. Row 4-Evelyn Blodgett, Margaret Bixler, Frances Richards, Freda Davis, Betty McLeish, Ellen Hoy Blr bara Claunsinger, Molly Bob, Beatrice Mclnturf, Mr. Jones. Row 5-Betty Stevens, Frances Van Horn, Betty Kalt, Carolyn Pinkerton, Doris Rogers, Chloe Hrrris Catherine VVarman, Virginia Walker. Director ......, Pianist i...........,....,.,. Assistant Pianist ,...,..............l,...........,...l,.,...,i... Librarians ...,..l, Maurice Henson, Della This organization is becoming more popular each year and is contributing in a satisfactory manner to the needs of a large number of the student body. This year we can boast a membership of over two hundred students. The Chorus meets twice weekly and is open to all students of the high school. Choral works old and new are studied and the group gives two con- Pfige One Hundred Twenty Eight .,..,..We11dell M. Jones .........N0rma VVhitis Claggett Dillon, Mary Nan Gregg, Albert Reinhard certs a year-one at Christmas time and the other during "National Music Weekv in the spring. In addition to the formal concerts, smaller ensemble groups from the Chorus are invited to sing for clubs and organizations of the city. In this manner we render valuable service in tying up our school with the community. Q Glee Club Row 1-Gwendolyn Holmok, Virginia O'Conner, Betty Graham, Shirley Cass, Eileen Varner, Jeanine Rich ards Juanita Fluhart, Sharon Patton, Emmajean Shepherd, Bonnie Hitchcock, Shirley Rian. Row 2-Betty Evans, Esther Lammers, Frances Orr, Mary Daugherty, Betty Moran, Claire Carter Ioan Piche Alice Carlisle, Mary Myers, Gerry Overstreet, Shirley Winegardner. Row 3wMr. Iones, Rosa Wise, Mildred Snow, Ellen Claggett, Virginia Yost, Lillie Foster, June Snelling Ruby Waldeck, MaryLinda Ietlries, Mary Io Fields, Mary Nan Gregg. Row 4-Cleda Cunningham, Mabel Yarnelli, Emma Lou Redman, Ora Jean Huber, Norma Kaiser Norma Whitis Rozella Young, Mary Foster, Annabelle Feiber, Carol Jones, Nita Cherry. Special groups from the chorus have sung at various functions throughout the school year. A schedule of differ- ent public appearances follows: On December 10, 1945, students sang at the Kiwanis Club luncheon at the Masonic Temple. Later, a group sang Sunday evening, December 16, at the East Main Methodist Church. Still later, on December 20, an en- semble sang for a Shrine Club lunch- eon at the Masonic Temple. The fol- lowing day the full chorus presented a Christmas assembly program for the high school. On January 6, 1946, a group sang for a Girl Reserve meeting in the First Baptist Church. At a Grotto meeting in the Masonic Temple, on March 27, students presented several numbers. And finally, the District P.T.A. con- vention enjoyed a choral program presented on March 28 in the high school auditorium. A male quartet, composed of James Fullen, Al Reinhard, Robert Young and David Lacy, sang at the Father and Son banquet in the Sec- ond Christian Church on March 1, 1946. The same month, on March 18, they sang at a Kiwanis luncheon at the Masonic Temple. At Outville, Ohio, at a veterans, homecoming, the same group of boys sang. The date was the evening of March 22. The vocal department, under the supervision of Mr. Wendell M. jones, is offering a new course this year in addition to the Chorus: it is voice- class instruction. The classes are lim- ited to six students each so that in addition to group instruction the stu- dents may receive individual attention also. Students are drilled in the funda- mentals of voice production through the medium of art songs. Phonograph records of great singers are analyzed and students are taught to judge what is good or bad in singing. Page One Hundred Twenty Nine Clee Club Row 1-Phyliss NVQ-hh, Janet Ellis, Letha Dyer, Virginia Dunn, Phyllis Radcliff, Mary Ann Bermerman, Gloria Fox, Evelyn Ford, Carol Fluharty, Ruth Fisher, Betty Lambert, Florence Fcldner. Dow 2-Wanda Crego, Clarita Laugherty, Wilma Landis, Loretta Derringer, Mildred Field, Mary jane Bc- bout, Betty Turk, Betty Matz, jo Ann Clark, Betty Darling, Dorinda Smith, Martha R. Ewing. Row 3-Linda Satterfield, Betty Weekley, Marilyn Miller, Norma Ilutson, Io Ann Woodyard, Margaret Fields, Emogene Brown, Barbara Post, Mary Brown, Mary Boyer, Grace Helser. Row 4-Mary Lou Nichols, Mary Neff, Betty McPeek, Betty Penick, Ioan Cocanour, Stella Craig, Ruth Thorp, Sara Dell Holler, Nancy Singer, Lillian Van Wey, Lulu Weekley, Mr. Jones. PRCGRAM I Ave Maria .,.,.,...i..,......... ,.........,.,.. ....... S c hubert Haste Thee Nymph ,.,................. ,.,..........,.........,... ......... S . Arnold Chorus Solo: My Heart Ever Faithful ....................,....,.,,.,.,...... ....,,.. B ach Mary Linda Jeffries II Jesus, jesus Rest Your Head ,,.......,..............................,,l,,. ...... lX iountain Carol Gwendolyn Holmok Salangadou ........,... ...,.. ..........,.........................., ....... C 1 ' eolo Song Chorus Solo: Nobody Knows the Trouble I See ................ ,...... N egro' Spiritual Marie Evans III Vive L'Amour ,,,...............,.... ...,......,.,.. ..,.....,.....,........... C 0 llege Song Nut Brown Maiden ..............,... . .... ....................,........ C ollege Song James F ullen Robert Young Al Reinhard Dave Lacy Solo: Because ....................... ..........................i,........... ..........................i.. D , Harcllof Alice Carlisle Page One Hundred Thirty Glee Club Row 1-Virginia F aller, Juanita Martin, Bonnie Ditter, Della Dillon, Jo Ann Reed, Betty Cooperider, Marie Braid Carolyn Wolfe, Bonnie Rine, Jacquelin Miller, Joann Citrone. Row 2-Ruby Kinneer, Mable Duncan, Mary Ellen Derringer, Pearl Busby, Kathleen Lawson, Thalia Patton, Geraldine Coates, Barbara Ennor, Patty Rice, Jeanne Honnenberger, Mary E. Cofiinbarger, Betty Dickerson. Row 3-Irma Shannon, Joanne Tucker, Jean Roberts, Ardelle Shannon, Dorothy Wright, Pat McCracken, Adelia Arnold, Betty Williams, Pat Feaster, Wilma Richards. Row 4-Betty Busby, Virginia Jones, Geraldine Whitehead, Rose M, Turner, Doris Crane, Betty Asher, Helen Buchman, Barbara Barnes, Dorothy Zerger, Ruth Tabler, Mr. Jones. ......G0uld . ..,..... J. Fearis .Robert Young ......Senob .......Grieg .,,....Denza IV Solo: If I Could Tell You ......... ..,.,..,,...,........,,....,,.. Frances Orr Piano Solo: Pavanne ..,.... ,..,,,,.........................., Norma Whitis V The Family Doctor ............ ............,.,............. .,............................,.. Characters: Edith Gilbert ......... ........ M arie Evans Tom Willis falias Dr. Drakej ..... Al Reinhard May Livingston ......... A ...... Shirley Cass Silas Gilbert ,...............,..........,........... Dave Lacy Sam Sterling ,.......,,,....... Mrs. Gilbert .,...,. .,.. ...,.. ........ M a r y Foster Friends of Edith VI Solo: Illl See You Again ....,,.,. .............................,. Betty Penick Raindrop Story ,...... ...................,........... My Johann ................, ........................ Funiculi Funicula ,.......,.......,...............,................................. Chorus Committee on Arrangements Juanita Fluhart, Chairman June Snelling Adelia Arnold Vaida Diller Page One Hundred Thirty-One Grchestrcr Standing-Mr. Celfer, Gwendolyn Holmok, LaVerne Dowler, Jim Martin. Row 1-Mary Nees Row 2-Harry Butler, Dick Frye, James Reusser, Ted Shell. Bow 3--Edward Bervard, Carlos Riley, Mona Rose Harris. Row 4-Betty Turk, Ioan Busby. Director ....... The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Sam Gelfer, affords music at assemblies, plays, and various other school activities. Its purpose is to stimulate an appreciation for finer music in this way and by means of student participation, Page One Hundred Thirty-Two Gelfei This year the orchestra has played music of all nations, and it has studied the Works of Mozart, Beethovan, Bach, and Brahms. The highlight of the year for this group Was their concert in the spring. Bond Clockwise-Shirley Dillon, Jaunita F luhart, Donna Jean Bush, Betty Ann Griffith, Norma Dispennette, Mari- lyn Wintermute, Phyllis Pritchett, Ellen Claggett, Marjorie Clary, Mary Nees, Jerry Johnson, Richard Stauch, Carol Neal, Jean Ann McNabb, Bernard Fatig, Tom Restorick, John Reber, Donna Ogle, Martha Lee Wolverton, Mary Jane Montgomery, Paul Diller, Bill McVey, Fred Edwards, Gary Griffith, Joan Busby, Mona Rose Harris, Betty Turk, Mary Jane Butcher, Betty McLeish, Virginia Wilson, Bob King, Martin Nusskern, Don Roberts, Har- old Shields, Bill Slotterbeck, Carl Hinger, Bob Crawford, Jerry Roberts, Carl Schenk, Don Johnson, Marguerite Lightner, Eloise Strait, Betty Wise, Mona Belle Sharpe, Pat Wise, Patty Ogle, Jim Denner, Bob Beckham, Clyde McKeand, Gene Morin, Danny Mclntire, Max Brown, Raymond Fatig, Bob Lugenbeal. Within circle-Helen Huggins, Mr. Campbell.. Director ......., The band of Newark High School is called upon for many displays of music, marching, maneuvering, etc. This year Mr. Campbell resumed his position as director of the band during the football season. He hopes that .........Mr. Campbell by the nineteen forty-six football and concert season that the music depart- ment is in a much better position to offer the Hnest in music to Newark students. P Page One Hundred Thirty Three Production Steiff of the Reveille News Sitting, left to right-NVanda Crego, Frances Orr, Mildred Hall, Ieannine Richards, Ivory Leslie, Betty Funk, Esther VVilson, Virginia O,C0nner, Mr. Spangler, Margaret Boylan. Standing, left to right-Pauline Forshey, Darlene Smith, Miss Headlee, Beverly Dancey, Virginia Miss Morgan, Shirley Cass, Emma jean Carpenter, Pat Burgess. Not Pictured: Betty Penick, Helen Sissea. A Advisers ,,,eee, ........ M iss Headlee, Miss Morgan and Mr. Spangler The staff includes senior girls who are interested in becoming proficient in the operation of office machines. This group of students cuts the stencils, mimeographs the material, folds the paper, and fills the room subscription lists of the Beveille News. Page One Hundred Thirty-Four They do not Write or edit the articles. In addition to the work on the school paper, they do mimeographing and duplicating Work for the members of the faculty. Too, they gain an op- erating knowledge of calculators, add- ing machines and the dictaphone. Yost Science Club Row 1-Emogene Kasson, Pat Koman, Joanne Kefauver, Margaret Tyhurst, Bill Barrick, john Reber, Robert Macy, Sue Thorn, Shirley Thomas, Betty Goldsmith. Row 2-Margie Smitley, Tom Restorick, Dale Bosscowen, Robert Purdue, Bill Ulrich, Dale Kathary, Mar- thalee Wolverton, Carolyn Koveleski, Ramona Turner, Lois Loar. Row 3-Williani Harvey, Dick Stauch, Dan Mclntire, Clyde McKear1d, Harry Butler, Carl Bratfish, Charles Fisk, Tom Morrow, Bill Hand, Dr. Amos. Not in Picture: Coralie Roberts. President .............. ......... R obert Macy Vice President ....,... ...,,,....,, I ohn Reber Secretary ........,,.,.. ........ S uzanne Thorn Treasurer ........ .,..... T homas Piestorick Adviser ,.,..... ................... D 1'. Amos The Science Club is an organization consisting of students interested in science, particularly those phases not included in the regular school cur- riculum. The adviser of the Science Club is Dr. C. E. Amos. The club meets every other Week during the school year in Room 304. The object of the club is to make its members familiar with the essential phases of science in our mod- ern World. This is being accomplished by means of projects and educational programs given at the meetings. The club,s programs have consisted of speeches by the members and edu- cational films. Prominent among these films Were the following: one on the subject of the internal combustion en- gine, one on the history of aviation, and one on modern methods of Welding. This year, the club worked on a project to interest the student body in science. The committee appointed for this purpose was headed by Sue Thorn. The club voted to be and is affili- ated With the National Science Clubs of America. Page One Hundred Thirty Five lunior Retailers Row 1-Lois Stough, Janie Warthen, Mary Jane Jones Ridenour, Don Eshelman, Barbara Kirk, Louella Str ut H lzel Strait. Row 2-Donagene Bradley, Dorothy Whitt, Eileen Victor, Rozella Young, Mary Lou Swartz, Betty Mes senger Mr. McCreery. Adviser ...,,.,. Iunior Retailers was organized by the members of the Co-Operative Re- tailing class. The students work half the school day and on Saturday in some local store. Enrollment is open to seniors only. Members of the club entertained their employers at the annual ban- Page One Hundred Thirty-Six .,.....Mr. John K. McCreery quet held at Hull Place. The club is a member of the state organization known as the Future Re- tailers of Ohio. Mary Lou Swartz of the local or- ganization was elected secretary of the state organization. Soles Organization Row l-Dorothy Vfhitt, Rozella Young, Donna Gene Bradley, Louella Strait, Hazel Strait, Barbara Kirk Row 2-Eugene Bonham, Mary jane Iones Ridenour, Ruby Lou Kinnear, Virginia Jones, Judy McGinnis VI iry Jane Bebout. Row 3-Mr. McCreery, Eugene Anderson, Don Eshelman, Mary Lou Swartz, Betty Messenger JoAnn Woody lrd. Adviser ....,e The Sales Organization is composed of students taking retailing and any others Wishing experience in the busi- ness World. The organization has a two-fold purpose: to give members experience in selling and to provide refreshments to the patrons at our football games. V ..,...Mr. john K. McCreery This group of twenty students did a business this year of about 31600. The profit made went to various needs of the school not covered by other sources of income. The aim of the club is to purchase such things as will be of benefit to the greatest number of students. Page One Hfundzred Thirty Seven Room Agents Row 1-Eugene Young, john Reber, Max Brown, Frank Thomas, Dan Smith, Bob Iones, Bob Hill. Rovx 2-Edith Brown, Lois Stough, Betty Cooperider, Bernadine Petrey, Carolyn Pinkerton, Martha Goodlct Mary jane Bebout, Carolyn Koveleski, Dolores Warner. Row 3-Margie Hall, Norma Dispenette, Shirley Guthrie, Bonnie Haycook, Marjorie Kelley, Suzanne Rn ets Ritl jo Keckley, Mary Myers, Betty McPeek, Shirley Rian. Row 4-Earl Camerdinger, Herron Mercer, Ioan Denman, LaVerne Dowler, Carolyn Hughes, Helen Sissei joan Piche, Bill Peterson, Dick Smith. Row 5-John Ewald, James Anderson, David Miller, Arlo Wanamaker, Kenneth Baughman, Maurice Duffins Hilph McGaughy, Kenneth Channell, Roger Search. Adviser .,.,... At the beginning of the year two students, a boy and a girl, are chosen in each home room for the purpose of being agents for the Beveille News Sheet and the Beveille Annual. The sincere interest of the students in these publications is vital to the successful sale of the Heveille News Sheet and the Annual. Therefore, these room agents necessarily have a good school spirit, they help create a better spirit in the whole school. Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight ,...,.Mr. George Stoeckmann This responsibility upon the room agent helps develop his ability for business. Only a dependable student qualifies for this position because the duties require responsibility on the part of the room agents. At the beginning of each year the agent takes subscriptions from the various members of his home room for the Reveille News Sheet, he solicits subscriptions to the Reveille Annual at the beginning of the second semester. Business Steiff ,- W Row 1-Helen Sissea, Pat Walker, Barbara Mackenzie, Phyllis Turner, Marjorie Hall, Susanne Graves, Shir ley Raiken, Helen Huggins, Mr. Stoeckmann. Row 2-Clarabelle Gentile, Mary Lou Cromer, Carol Lloyd Joanne Brohard, Ramona Turner, Charlene McCaiferty, Jacqueline Shoemaker, Bill Barrick. Row 3-Monagene Benner, Shirley Guthrie, Nancy Ferguson, Cherie Warthen, Esther Athan, Mary Nees Mary Ellen Raison, Ed Lange, john Ewald. Business Manager ......,........,...... ..,...........,. W illiam Barrick Assistant Business Manager ........ ......,...........,..,. M arjorie Hall Adviser ........,............................. At the beginning of each year the Business Staff is Orgaanized for the purpose of soliciting advertisements for the Reveille Annual. Each member of the staff is given the names of sev- eral advertisers Whom he sees person- ally. As a result of the Work of these people, the Annual is partially fi- nanced ......Mr. George Stoeckmann This type of Work provides valuable experience and training in connection with the business world. Securing these advertisements develops poise and ease in the student that will be very valuable in future business con- tacts. It also affords the opportunity for staff members to become acquaint- ed with local merchants. T Page One Hundred Thirty-lN1ne Latin Club Row l-Angela Deering, Vaida Diller, james Martin, Ursula Lea, Frank Spencer, Mary Linda Jeffries Phyllis Webb Ann Caunder. Row 2-Jim Fullen, Herron Mercer, Bill Barrick, Mona Rose Harris, Eleanor Dilts, Ioan Denman Shirley Rian Carol Koveleski. President .....,......,. Vice President ......, Secretary ..,..r........ Treasurer ....... Adviser ....,.. Organized this year, the Latin Club has several worthwhile objectives. The aims in forming the club are to ex- tend the knowledge of the group in the field of Cicero and Virgil, to de- velop a greater appreciation of cul- ture, and to stimulate the student's interest in Latin. This year the group of students consists of the members of the Virgil class. Next year, if it con- tinues to operate, the club will consist of the students in the class studying Cicero. The Latin Club has done work on the Aeneid of Virgil. Several commit- Page One Hundred Forty ..................Ursula Lea ...............Frank Spencer ........Mary Linda Jeffries ................Iames Martin C. P. Smith tees were appointed to do work in va- rious fields. As a result of this work, the future students of Virgil may use the information gathered this year for their study of the Aeneid. This useful information includes the fol- lowing books which pertain to the first six books of Virgilis Aeneid: background, drawings and maps, mythology, figures of speech, scan- sion, grammar, references in literature to the Aeneid, and the psychological analysis of the characters in the Aeneid. Der Deutsche Verein Row l-Betty Lou Jones, Barbara Edmunds, Lou Ann Dowds, Pegge Lammers, Phil Haynes, Frank Spencer Bill Hand, Shirley Guthrie, Monagene Benner. Row 2-Barbara Simpson, Ioan Denman, Mary Frances Boggs, Esther English, Donna Fish, Carolyn Martha Lee Wolverton, Ann Gaunder, Mrs. Swank. Row 3-Vaida Diller, William Ulrich, Carl Bratfish, Bill Robinson, Tom Morrow, Shirley Dillon. President ,.,... Treasurer ,.,.i . Secretary ....., Advisers ........ Der Deutsche Verein, or the Ger- man Club, was organized this year by the senior German class. Its pur- pose is to promote a broader under- standing of the language, customs, and culture of the German people. The club meets the fourth Wednesday of each month. Many interesting programs were .......Frank Spencer, jr. Ann Dowds Pegge Lammers Mrs. Sarah Krieg, Mrs. Edna Swank presented, including talks and pic- tures about Germany. At Christmas a party, arranged by program chairman, Phillip Haynes, was held with singing, entertainment, and refreshments. San- ta Claus was portrayed by William Hand. Mrs. Edna Swank served as adviser during the illness of Mrs. Sarah Krieg. Hughes Page One Hundred Forty'One Ld Renaissance Row 1-Mary Burson, Claire Frye, Charlotte Nichols, Irma Morgan, Mary Cotternian, Tcd Shell, Eleanor Dilts, Margaret Tait, Sue Thorn, Patricia Koman, Helen Smith. Row 2-jean Hillbrant, Mona Rose Harris, Mary Carpenter, JoAnn Finkle, Wanda Larriinore, Jane Lewis, Adelia Arnold, Ann Howard, Emmajean Shepherd, Pat Lowry, Carol Lloyd. Row 3-Betty Gardner, Ruth Burcher, Sharon Patten, Norma Nethers, Frank Spencer, Robert Perdue, Barbara Mackenzie, Betty Ryan, Jane Miller, Miss McCreary. President .......,,........ Vice President ....... Secretary .......,... Treasurer ....... Adviser ,...,... "La Renaissancev was reorganized this year after a lapse of three years during which time the club was known as the French Club. The organ- ization was created because of the interest shown by French students in both the first and second year French to become acquainted with France proper. Page One Hundred Forty-Two ......n.Ted Shell ......Eleanor Dilts .,,..........Peggy Tait .......Mary Cotterman ......Miss McCreary French correspondence and mailing of packages to French refugees was carried on by members of "La Renais- sancef, named so because of the cor- responding significance of the reor- ganization of the new club and the rebirth of the republic in France. Spanish Club Row 1-Geraldine F eldner, Norma Lawrence, Robert Wright, Chris Evans, Mary Lou Cromer, Mary Nees, Nancy Ferguson, Charlene McCaiTerty, Maxine Jacobs. Row 2-Susan Haslop, Joanne Brohard, Geraldine Steinman, Esther Athan, june Chester, Luella Strait, Hazel Strait, Mrs. Swank. Row 3-James Reusser, Max Brown, Bud Green, Donald Kreager, Frank Spencer, Elsie Jean Wallace, Caro- line Piccirrilli, Dorothy Zerger. President ............. Vice President ....,,....... Secretary-Treasurer .,,..,. Advisers ........................ The purpose of the Spanish Club is to give Spanish students a better un- derstanding of Spanish art, literature, and customs, and to attain a more complete knowledge of the urban and rural life of the Spanish speaking people. .....l......Chris Evans .......,.........,.....,.Robert Wright Lou Cromer ,....,.Mrs. Kreig and Mrs. Swank The clubis activities this year have included listening to Spanish records of conversation, music, and dances, and a banquet in the spring at Gran- ville Inn. Page One Hundred Forty Three G. Y. A. r 1 N I Row 1-Jean Hillbrant, Monagene Benner, June Chester, Mary Cotterman, Joanne Brohard, Mary Lou Cromer, Lou Ann Dowds, Peggy Tait, Geraldine Steinman, Carol Lloyd, Helen Huggins, Miss McCreary. Row 2-Mary Nees, Shirley Guthrie, Mary Ellen Raison, Susan Haslon, Nancy Ferguson, Wanda Larimore, JoAnn F inckel, Mary Frances Boggs, Ann Gaunder, Emmajean Shepherd, Betty Ryan. Row 3-Barbara Wilson, Mary Jane Lewis, Cherie Warthen, Pegge Lammers, Eleanor Dilts, Phyllis Turner, Carolyn Hughes, Pat Walker, june Whitehead, Elsie Wallace, Dorothy Zerger. Row 4-Carol Nye, Jane Miller, Marilyn Wintermute, Jackie Shoemaker, Norma Lawrence, Esther Athan, Barbara Edmunds, Barbara Mackenzie, Norma Dispennette, Eilene Buchanan, Adelia Arnold, Caroline Piccirrilli. President ................ Vice President ....... Secretary ......... . Treasurer ................... Sergeant-at-Arms ........ Adviser ......,............ The Girls, Youth Association is a group of junior and senior girls or- ganized to promote an interest in the Welfare of the community, to pro- mote scholarship, and to further cul- Page One Hundred Forty-Four ......Mary Lou Cromer .........1oanne Brohard .......Lou Ann Dowds i.,i.,.,i.....Peggy Tait .......Mary Cotterman .......Miss McCreary ture among its members. The club is made up of seventy-five girls who pe- tition the club for membership and then are chosen by old members. G. Y. A. Row 1-Sue Thorn, Emma Jean Kasson, Shirley Thomas, Bonnie Haycook, Betty Goldsmith, Joanne Ke fauver Lois Loar, Patty Koman, Margaret Tyhurst, Miss McCreary. Row 2-Billie jean Page, Claire Frye, Mary Carpenter, Irma Morgan, Mona Rose Harris, Charlotte Nichols Esta Hammond, Mary Burson, Margaret Smitley, Marjorie Hall. Row 3-Mary Butcher, Barbara Ennor, Ioan Morin, Patty McCracken, Nance Lee Hall, Pat Folger Patricia Taylor Phyllis Webb, Shirley Raiken. Nlot in Picture-Coralie Roberts. They have a new adviser this year. Miss McCreary has taken the counsel- lorship since Mrs. Baird left for Gran- ville to teach. For welfare work this year the club gave gifts to the Children,s Home at Christmas time, gave to the War Chest and the March of Dimes, and concluded various other tasks. In- cluded in the social aHairs were a "Hobov dance in November, an initia- tion dinner for new members, and a formal dance at the end of the year. Meetings of C.Y.A. are held on the first and third Tuesdays. Programs this year included a play by the new members and a talk by Dr. Swett. Page One Hundred Forty Five Girl Reserves "'i1l Row 1-Miss Dorn, Shirley Guthrie, Monagene Benner, Betty Gardner, Dorothy Zerger, Phyllis Smith, Carol Nye, June Chester, Vaida Diller, Adelia Arnold, Caroline Piccirilli, Joan Denman, Miss Morgan, Juanita F luhart. Row 2-Tula Bebout, Joyce Miller, Jeannine Richards, Maxine Jacobs, Betty Jones, Darlene Smith, Rosalie Saparito, Gizella Szatmary, Jacquelyn Schlosser, Loretta Mours, Dorothy Malloy, Emma Jean Shepherd, Marilyn Wintermute, Carolyn Wolfe, Marilyn Welker, Virginia Boggs. Row 3-Mary Ellen Raison, Norma Whitis, Esther Wilson, Betty Weekly, Mary Jane Ridenour, Mary Rickus, Helen Huggins, Jacquelyn Shoemaker, Shirley Gildow, Frances Haley, Donna Luby, Donna Fish, Elsie Wallace, Margie Frey, Beverly Dancey, Betty Funk. Row 4-Mary Alice Cotterman, Sharon Patten, Joan Cocanour, Shirley Cass, Camille Chester, Janis Ash- craft, Pauline F orshey, Betty McGarry, Dorothy Whitt, Mary Lou Swartz, Cherie Warthen, Mary Nees. President ...................... ..,..........,. J une Chester Vice President ..,............,.,... ,.....................,.,, C arol Nye Recording Secretary ,....,i....,.. ....,.... D orothy Ann Zerger Corresponding Secretary ,..,,i,.. ....... C aroline Piccirilli Treasurer ...,................,............ .........,.Y. P hyllis Smith Service Chairman ............... ,...... B etty Gardner Social Chairman ...i..i., ...........................,. .,...... A d Glia A1'H0ld Program Chairman ,,...... ........................................... J 02111 DGIIHIHH Musicians ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,........ P atricia Folger, Carolyn Stockdale Sergeant-at-Arms ,.,..,., ...,......................................---------.--, V Hida Diller Advisers ,,,,,',,,,o,,,oV,, ,,,,,i IX diss Louada Morgan, Miss Helen Dorn The Girl Preserves Club, the junior adopted in 1918. The purpose of the branch of the Y.W.C.A., is a World- club is uto find and give the bestl' and Wide organization dating back to to instill in the minds of its members 1881. The name Girl Reserves was Christian ideals and democratic ways. Page One Hundred Forty-Six Girl Reserves Row 1-Emma Jean Kasson, Sue Thorn, Betty Goldsmith, Io Ann Kefauver, Lois Loar, Shirley Thomas, Bonnie Haycook, Margie Tyhurst, jo Ann Ried, Betty Gooperider, Marie Braid, Margie Hall, Ruth McVey, Shirley Raikin, Billie Jean Page. Row 2-Gizella Kovreg, Doris Lightle, Alice Anne Lingafelter, Marjorie Kappas, Shirley Kuppinger, Nancy Hall, June Pound, Mary Ellen Derringer, Mabel Duncan, jo Ann DeMent, Pat Carey, Io Ann Clark, Patty Laugh- lin, Phyllis Webb, Margie Smitley, Mary Lou F eldner, Florence Feldner. Row 3-Patty Koman, Betty Carter, Marjorie Clary, Julia Styers, Della Dillon, Marcita Terrell, Dorinda Smith, Bonnie Ditter, Norma Waddell, Harriet Winter, Pearl Busby, Betty Io Lambert, Betty Busby, Lillian Van Wey, Doris Crane, Betty Asher, Helen Buchman, Connie Morehouse. Row 4-Dorothy Byers, Pat Tayler, Barbara Post, Freida Wince, Dolores Warner, Carolyn Stockdale, june Harman, Yvonne Garver, Pat Folger, Pat McCracken, Alice Anne Butler, Ann Howard, Suzanne Graves, Jean Roberts, Norma Laughery, Gloria Kaercher, Evelyn Lewis. Not in Picture: Coralie Roberts. The first letters of the phrases of the code spell Girl Reserves and embody the chief objectives. As a Girl Reserve I shall try to be Gracious in manner Impartial in judgment Ready for service Loyal to friends Reaching toward the best Earnest in purpose Seeing the beautiful Eager for knowledge Reverent to God Victorious over self Ever dependable The Newark High School Girl Re- serves were organized in 1920. For the past nineteen years Miss Mildred Hawke had been chief adviser. This year, however, because of the resigna- tion of Miss Hawke, the Girl Re- serves chose Miss Louada Morgan as new adviser. Miss Helen Dorn con- tinued in her position as program adviser. This year the club consisted of jun- Page One Hundred Forty Seven Girl Reserves Row 1-Mary Lou Nichols, Bonnie Rine, Connie Radu, Margaret Inlow, Virginia Dunn, Letha Dyer Cfnol Fluhlrty Donna Harper, Betty Alice Marple, joan Plaine. Row 2-Coleen Stokes, Pat Sullivan, Mary Daugherty, Betty Moran, Anna Massalas, Martha Goodlitt jlnice Hand Gloria Fox, Betty Evans, Lulu Neckly. Row 3-Linda Satterfield, Katherine Norman, Mary Ned, Patty McCann, Nancy Branscome, Rita Jo Keckley Evelyn Blodgett, Ioan Piche, Evelyn Ford. Row 4.-Mary Ann McDonald, Julia McGinnis, Elizabeth Nethers, Betty McPeek, Mary Myers, Clarl Carter Blrb 1r1 Glaunsinger, WVanda Ballentine, Miss Morgan. iors and seniors only for the first se- mester, sophomores were taken in the second semester. A formal recognition service followed by a tea was held at the First Baptist Church on january 6. The club adopted a needy family early in the year, presented Christmas presents to them and gave a dinner for them. The club also contributed clothes to them. The members of the club attended church in a body in Girl Reserve Week. Aside from welfare work, the club sponsored two sports dances and a Page One Hundred Forty-Eight formal Valentine dance. Interesting programs were provided for the meet- ings, which are held every two weeks in the auditorium or library. The club also presented a chapel program on February 21, on a patriotic theme. In addition, a Girl Reserve Chorus was organized under the direction of Mary Cotterman and Shirley Guthrie. This club consists of nearly one hun- dred and fifty members and is one of the most active bodies in the school curriculum. Varsity Debate Row l-Ursula Lea, Chris Evans, Ioan Denman. Row 2-Frank Spencer, Mr. C. P. Smith, adviser. Discussing the question: Resolved, that every able-bodied male citizen in the United States should be required to have one year of full-time military training before attaining the age of 24, Newark Highis debate teams en- joyed another very successful year. The season was opened May 26 with a novice tournament at Columbus East. In this tourney Newark,s nega- tive-Jerry Steinman, James Reusser and Frank Spencer, jr.-won first in the B division, the local affirmative team-Chris Evans and Ursula Lea- took second place in Class A. The Hrst regular tournament of the Western Ohio district of the Ohio State Speech League for 1945-'46 was a practice tourney held at Newark, November 17. Among the ten schools entered, Newark tied with Zanesville and Columbus Central for third place. The Hrst division of the A group- Chris Evans, Ursula Lea, aihrmativeg joan Denman and Frank Spencer, negative-defeated Columbus North, Columbus East twice, and Zanesville, losing to Wooster, Columbus Central and Dayton Oakwood. The second di- vision of the A group-Herron Mercer Page One Hundred Foity Nine Advcrnced Debctte Row 1-Ursula Lea, Mary Carpenter, Frank Spencer, jerry Steinman, ,Ioan Denman. Row 2-Chris Evans, Herron Mercer, Mr. C. P. Smith, adviser, Jim Reusser, Bill Hand. and Mary Carpenter, affirmative, Cer- ry Steimnan, Bill Hand and James Beusser, negative-won over Dayton Oakwood and Columbus Central, los- ing to Wooster and Columbus East. In the Class B division-Harry Butler, Jerry Bowden and David Chaney, af- firmative, Emogene Shomaker, La Verne Dowler and Don Roberts, nega- tive -all sophomores - won four of their eight debates. At the combined debate clinic and practice tournament held at Ohio State University on December 1, the following Newark debaters were en- tered: Mary Carpenter, jerry Bowden, Joan Denman, James Reusser, Bill Page One Hundred Fifty Hand, Harry Butler, David Chaney, Don Roberts, Emogene Shomaker and La Verne Dowler. In the two rounds of debating, college students and members of advanced high school de- bating teams served as critic judges. Ursula Lea, Chris Evans and Herron Mercer served in this capacity for the local school. On january 12, 1946, occurred Co- lumbus Nortlfs seventh annual all- events tournament. Newark debaters won seven out of eleven tries. The first team defeated Dayton Fairmont, Columbus North and Delaware, losing to Nelsonville and Lima Central. The Sophomore Debate Row 1-LaVerne Dowler, Don Roberts, Harry Butler, David Chaney, Jerry Bowden, Emogene Slltlllllkel Row 2-jane Begley, Pat Rice, James Armbruster, Mr. P. C. Smith, adviser, Bernard Fatig, Robert Ewing, Pat Sullivan. sophomore team won four of their six contests, tying with Dayton Fair- mont and Lima Central for second place in the B division. The next tournament, a qualifying tourney, was held at Newark, january 26. Twelve Class A teams and eight reserve teams participated. The local teams placed second, winning eight out of twelve debates. The first team defeated Marietta, Columbus Central and Dayton Fairmont, losing to Zanes- ville, Athens and Columbus Central. In the reserve division, Newark won live of their six attempts. On February 9, the first debate team journeyed to Sylvania for the fourth qualifying tournament of western Ohio. At the end of the second round, two schools-Newark and Lima Cen- tral-had perfect records, each win- ning four debates. In an attempt to break the tie, Newark's affirmative lost to Lima Central negative by a 2- to-1 decision. The season closed with participa- tion in the District Student N.F.L. Congress held at Ohio State Univer- sity April l8 and 19. Page One Hundred Fifty One Art Staff Center Table-Sue Thorn, Helen Sissea. Left Table-Mary Kinney, Janis Ashcraft, Mary Boyer. n Right Table-Carol Koveleski, Barbara Kirk, Alice Iean Carlisle, Margery Evans, Carolyn Hughes Standing-Phillip Haynes, Miss Harman. Adviser .....,.. The Art Staff is a small group of students who Work voluntarily under the guidance of Miss Harman to furnish the necessary art work for the annual. Page One Hundred Fifty-Two .........Miss Charlotte Harman Insertions, backgrounds, and other drawings needed on snapshot pages and throughout the book are supplied by this staff. With Miss Harmanls help, they Work out original drawings for each of these pages. The Cheerleaders Left to Right-Patsy Wise, Barbara Van Fleet, Pat Taylor, JoAnn Kefauver, Betty Io Fulton, Sue Thorn, Phyllis Webb. Adviser ......... Part of the color of Newark High Schoolis football and basketball games is due to the activities of the cheer- leaders. This group of cheerleaders is made up of one senior, four juniors, and three sophomores. They lead the cheers at both home and out-of-town ..,......Miss Florence Myer games and aid in making the decora- tions for the different sports banquets. To qualify for this activity the girls must meet certain scholastic require- ments and try out before Miss Myer. These girls have done a fine job this year and deserve much thanks. 'Page One Hundred Fifty Three Spam? f f XX x kj EVER- f K X X M PEACE 4 Xlx L I!! s K. N as 5: L' Y FIN- i E ,M 3 5 X ! X af! fs Page One Hundred Fifty-Six ACK Xi F , ,I W f NS, 3 ': . lg' x , wax , , QM? 71 K si iri s' rr A AE! , X N 1 -K 'WRLIE' X xx A i 'Q 'X 3 M1 gg 3 ,SN X 7 Y ..., ZSHUE ' f sx QWK' Q gg 5 , ,Q X Q A X 4: 2 A -- ' N . N . Ef f fm . r-- 5 g - gr wN:::f'f --.Q Ill- EO Ek: . n 'H Y., ' Wm. J . ,WW4 M 5 3 Q I 4 1 Q ' Il PF TTER ODI ll M 'C H ESTKE Page One Hundred Fifty-Seven ATHLETIC BOARD Seated-Mr. Boyd, Mr. Hanshue, and Mr. Schick. Standing-Mr. Douglas, Mr. Harlow, Mr. Barnes, and Mr. Long. The Athletic Board, including mem- awarding letters, and promoting bet- bers of the faculty under the direction ter athletic relations with other of Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic ac- schools. The board also controls all tivities by supervising schedules, money pertaining to athletitisfgf' - 'if . v Page One Hundred Fifty-Eight l l.l: Newark vs. Columbus East The Wildcats opened the "45n sea- son with a victory over a strong Co- lumbus East backfield by a score of 13 to 7. Bill Fleitz starred for New- ark, he was responsible for all of New- arkis points. Thomas made East's only touch- down on a sprint around the end. Fleitz gave Newark an early 13- point lead, but East then scored and threatened to tie up the score time and time again. However, the fighting Cats, without the service of Captain Don Kreager, who broke his leg on the seventh play of the game, fought back and had the ball six inches from the goal when the final gun went off. jim Riley, first-team end, missed the opening game because he also had a broken leg. Newark vs. Columbus North A p o w e r f ul Newark eleven spanked North 20 to 12 at Columbus for the second game of the ,45 season. The Newark team had possession of the pigskin the biggest part of the Hrst half. Don Schaller was the speedy half-back that iirst threw North out of line. Bill F leitz was Watched closely by the North men, consequent- ly, he fed the ball to one of the other back field men to make rapid gains. Fleitz made the second touchdown, and at the half, Newark was ahead 13 to 0. In the third quarter, North recov- ered a fumble on the Newark 41-yard line and worked the ball down for their counter. In the fourth quarter they again took possession and made another touchdown. Newark then took the pigskin on the kick-oil and hit pay dirt for the final time. Bill Fleitz made two extra points through line plunges. The final score was 20 to 12. Page One Hundred Fifty Nine Newark vs. Dover Newark's red-hot eleven added an- other decisive victory to its remarkable record by defeating Dover at the Tor- nadoe Stadium. In the lirst quarter, F leitz hit pay-dirt with a line plunge for the extra point. In the second stanza, Smith, with good blocking, hit pay-dirt with a sixty-five yard run. Again Fleitz took the pigskin over for another score. Newarkis Don Schaller came back during the second quarter and made a touchdown. He made a line plunge for the extra point. In the fourth quarter, Dover got a safety which made an odd score. A pass to Shannon completed the scor- ing side of the game. The final score was 32 to 8. Page One Hundred Sixty Newark vs. Lancaster Before a la r g e and enthusiastic crowd, Bill Fleitz, Newarkis fullback, took the opening kick-off and weaved eighty yards down the side of the field for the first touchdown of the game. The Gales had run no more than two plays when Hepsworth went over for another touchdown. Late in the second period the Wild- cats started on their own forty-one, seven plays later Hepsworth shot over for the third touchdown. At the half the score was 18 to 0. Early in the third stanza, Newark took the ball on their own forty-nine, and in eight plays F l e i t z climbed through c e n t e r for the touchdown. Later in the third, Shannon 'picked a pass out of the air which belonged to the Gales and returned it to their twenty-two. With a pass from Smith to Shannon th ey made the fifth touchdown. The Gales made their only score in the last few moments of the game against a mixture of Newark's second and third teams. The final score was 30 to 6. N ework vs. Coshocton After winning four consecutive games, the Wildcats, performing be- fore a large homecoming gathering, overpowered a strong Red Skin eleven. In the first stanza, Fleitz took the ball over from the Coshocton three-yard line. Kaneis kick was blocked for the extra point. Early in the second quarter Dunn blocked a punt, and the Newark eleven was again rolling for another score. A pass from Smith to Fleitz was taken and hustled across for the score. Kane's kick was good and the score at the half was 13 to 0. In the latter part of the third quar- ter, Newark took the leather to the Red Skin ten-yard line. A pass from Smith to Shannon put the Wildcats on pay dirt once more. Kane made the extra point by a plunge. In the begin- ning of the fourth quarter, Smith inter- cepted a pass. With the help of the team, Hepsworth drove through right tackle for the score. The final score was 26 to 0. N ewctrk vs. Louisville Mole Sporting their famed "southern hos- pitalityf, formerly unbeaten Male High School of Louisville, Kentucky, fell before the charges of the Han- shuemen in the toughest fray so far in the season. The Wildcats struck pay- dirt first with a Smith pass thrown to Slater for six points. Not to be out- done, the fighting Male team, on which Coach Hanshue played in his high-school days, drove back to the Newark three-yard line from which Robinson plunged for the T.D. After an exchange of the ball, Fleitz caught a beautiful pass from Smith and ram- bled some thirty yards for another six-pointer. Rough playing dominated the sec- ond half in which Newark ended up gaining their fifth straight victory by a score of 20 to 13. Page One Hundred Sixty One Newark vs. Cambridae Changing their monicker did not help the Cambridge eleven as the Wildcats humbled them 38 to 6, gain- ing another step in their drive to the C.O.L. championship. Fleitz started the ball rolling with a 78-yard jaunt to the bread-and-honey territory. Kane donated the extra point. A basketball pass from Smith to Shannon made another touchdown. Cambridge finally scored after Smith, F leitz, Schaller, and Bob Hepsworth had each contributed six points. Kane kicked another extra point to complete the scoring. Page One Hundred Sixty-Two Newark vs. Marietta On their own field during their homecoming on Friday evening, No- vember 2, the Tigers of Marietta fought a hard game from whistle to gun. During the first half, Marietta gained many yards but lost the ball frequently because of costly fumbles and downs. Bill Fleitz was off to a mad dash down the middle, cutting off to the sides, for a touchdown as a result of the first play Newark called. Kane kicked the extra point. Marietta bounced back with a powerful of- fensive which netted them their only score of the contest. F leitz and Schal- ler contributed three touchdowns be- fore the first half closed. The half- time score was 26 to 6. Rain during the second half slowed up the offensive of both teams, never- theless, Fleitz scored early in the third quarter. Kane made the extra point. The final score was 33 to 6. Varsity Scores Newark 13 Columbus East 7 Newark 20 Columbus North 12 Newark 32 Dover 8 Newark 30 Lancaster 6 Newark 26 Coshocton 0 Newark 20 Male 18 Newark 38 Cambridge 6 Newark 83 Marietta 6 Newark 20 Zanesville 7 Newark vs. Zanesville The long-looked-forward-to Zanes- ville game was won. Newark again earned the C.O.L. championship. The mighty Blue Devils, who had hoped to upset a slightly favored Wildcat eleven, were forced to swallow a 20- to-7 defeat. But Newark's victory was not easily won. The Wildcat-Blue Devil game was one of the cleanest, fairest, and best played at White Field. Both teams gave their all and received as they gave. Bill Fleitz again proved too much for the opponents. Zanesville led 7 to 6 when F leitz broke through tackle, assisted by a nice block by Don Schaller, to romp 78 yards to pay-dirt. Eight seniors participated in this finale which marked another unde- feated season for Coach Luther Han- shue, the second in three years. Page One Hundred Sixty Three The l945 Season Varsity Football Squad How 1-Ray Schick, Bob Sherman, Jack Van Horn, Curtis Horst, jim Lawrence, Don Idle, Bud Carson, Cc-nc Miller, Wayne Moore, Jim Riley, Bob Shannon. Row 2-Paul Harlow, john Chester, Charles Renard, Ed Lange, George Dine, Dick Kane, Francis Wohlheter, Don Kreager, Jack Slater, Perry Walters, Karl Kinney, Gary Benner, Paul Norris. Row 3-Luther Hanshue, Bill Rossel, jim Brutchey Kenny King, Bob Brown, Ed Hitchcock, lim Traicoff, Johnny John, Bill Fleitz, Don Schaller, Paul Anderson, Don L. Smith, Bob Hepsworth, jack Dunn, Arley Litten. The 1945 football season of Newark High School ended with the Wildcats placing in the win column nine straight times to share the mythical state championship title and cop the C.O.L. championship. The Wildcats, beginning the season with only four lettermen, Bill Fleitz, Jack Dunn, Don Kreager, and Dick Kane, defeated Columbus East 13 to 7, knocking off their Hrst opponent in a tough nine-game schedule. After the East game, the youthful Wildcats, made up largely of Slater, Wohlheter, John, Kane, Kreager, Dunn, Anderson, Queen, Lange, Shannon, Smith, Heps- worth, Schaller, and Fleitz, went on to defeat the following teams in order: Columbus East, Columbus North, Dover, Lancaster, Coshocton, Louis- ville Male, Ky., Cambridge, Marietta, and Zanesville. The 1945 Wildcat grid-:lers Were rated highly in the state by many Page One Hundred Sixty-Four prominent sportsmen. They were rated not as capable naturally, as the undefeated 1943 squad, but were rated higher in their scrapping and aggressive attitude by their coaches. A post-season event of note was an ad- dress by 'gBov McMillen of the Uni- versity of Indiana at the annual foot- ball banquet. Next year the Wildcats will try to live up to the reputation set by their predecessors even though such stars as C.O.L. selected Dick Kane, who rated the AP and INS second string all-Ohio team, Bill Fleitz, who was se- lected in both the AP and INS first all-Ohio team, Bob Shannon, who re- ceived honorable mention on the AP all-Ohio selection, Don Schaller, and Francis Wohlheter, along with Ed Lange and Captain Don Kreager, who was injured in the East game, will have graduated. Varsity Basketball Squad Row 1-Walter Williams, Don Schaller, William Fleitz, Don Smith, James Riley, Robert Shannon Row 2-Coach Max Douglas, William Goldsmith, jack Slater, Jack Dettre, Richard Schenk, William Denmin senior manager, and William Rossel, manager. Tl-IE 1946 SEASON Another great season! The fighting, youthful Wildcat cagers of 1945-46 left a remarkable record of 21 games Won and four lost for posterity to shoot at. With Max Douglas back at the helm after a yearis rest, the ,Cats Won the Central Ohio League champion- ship and the Central District title be- fore bowing to Hamilton Catholic 41 to 39 in the regional tournament at Dayton. Captain Iack Slater, Bill Goldsmith, Shorty Williams, Bill Fleitz, and Don Smith carried the brunt of the attack throughout the rugged season With considerable help from Bobbie Shannon, Don Schaller, Jack Dettre, Dick Schenk, and Jim Riley. The ,Cats Were beaten only by Marietta, Dover, both of Whom they later defeated, Middletown and Ham- ilton Catholic as they rang up an of- fensive record of 43 points a game, While holding the defense to a meag- er 29-point average. Graduating and leaving the team this year will be Jack Slater, Bill Goldsmith, S h o r t y Williams, Bill Fleitz, Bobbie Shannon, and Don Schaller. Don Smith, the only junior letterman, will carry on with lack Dettre, Dick Schenk, Jim Riley, and a host of tall reserve lads. The 21-and-4 record of this yearis team gives Coach Max Douglas an in- credible record of 73 basketball en- counters Won and only five lost in the three years he was at the head of the varsity aggregation. Page One Hundred Sixty Five Reserve Basketball Squad Row 1-Harold Sheets, Rollie Pipes, Dick Hartman, Bob Brown, Alex Leslie, Charles Schenk and John Worley. Row 2-Manager Paul Norris, Manager john Chester, VVayne Moore, Dick Retherford, George Dine john Makris, jim Lawrence, and Manager Arlin Litten. The Paul Harlow-coached Reserves of the 1945-46 season, although start- ing slowly, Finished the year with an eleven-won-and-seven-lost record. Be- ginning the season Without the serv- ices of a single letterman, the junior varsity was quick to develop with Dick Retherford, jim Lawrence, George Dine, john Worley, Harold Sheets, and Rollie Pipes in the feature roles. The Wildcat Reserves Won their initial contest, edging out Columbus East 32 to 30. Four games were neces- sary to cop another encounter, but once they got started they were hard to stop, The Cubs won the last nine Page One Hundred Sixty-Six out of ten tilts they played. Beaten in the Central Ohio League only by Mt. Vernon and Coshocton, they won both return games by de- cisive scores. The reserve team boasted of much height this year, which should be a great help to the varsity squad next season. Such cagers as Retherford, Lawrence, Dine, Worley, Sheets, Pipes, Brown, C. Schenk, Moore, and Hartman will be welcomed very heartily by Varsity Coach Douglas for the 1946-47 outfit. The Newark junior varsity rolled up 535 points this season in 18 contests. Newark vs. Columbus East The Newark Wildcats opened the 1945-46 season by again defeating the Columbus East Tigers 67 to 41. The ,Cats were led by two lettermen, Bill Goldsmith and Bill Fleitz, who scored eighteen and thirteen points, respec- tively. This victory marked the sev- enth consecutive conquest over a Co- lumbus team in the opener. Newark vs. Springfield The Springfield Wildcats were the second victim of the Newark Wildcats, bowing to the local lads in a 57-to-34 defeat. The game, fast and thrilling continually, featured Shorty Williams, Newark guard, who g a r n e r e d 21 points. This contest marked a renewal of an old rivalship between the New- ark ,Cats and a perennially tough Springiiield outfit. CAPTAIN SLATER COACH DOUGLAS Newark vs. Coshocton Newark defeated the Coshocton Redskins, only after a slow, deliberate game by a 32-to-18 score. The en- counter was typical of all Wildcat- Redskin games as both gave all they could. The 'Cats finally came out on top with Don Smith, junior guard, leading the point parade with 14 counters. Newark vs. Bexley In a game chiefly outstanding for offensive plays, Newark toppled Bex- leyis cagers 66 to 46. The Bexley victory marked triumph Number Six for the charges of Coach Max Doug- las. Shorty Williams, besides playing a heady floor game, burned the nets for 21 points to lead the Wildcat attack. . D Page One Hundred Sixty-Seven WILLIAMS SMITH Newark vs. Mt. Vernon The renewal of an old rivalship brought the charges of Mt. Vernon and Newark together after a period of seven years. The ,Cats held a meager lead at the close of the first period and commanded a four - point, half - time margin. The Wildcats went ahead in the last minute to grab a 41-to-30 de- cision. Shorty Williams led the point- makers. Newark vs. Columns Central The Wildcats defeated another Co- lumbus team, this time Columbus Central, by a 47-to-31 count. Ventur- ing out of C.O.L. competition for one night, the Newark lads were harassed by the Pirates for the first three quar- ters. jack Dettre, substitute center, en- tered the game in the second chapter and put Eve shots through the hoop before the encounter ended. Shorty Williams, however, hit on fourteen markers to be high man for the ,Cats Page One Hundred Sixty-Eight Newark vs. Marietta Tasting defeat for the first time in seven games, the Douglasmen lost a heart-breaking 27-to-28 game to Mari- etta's elongated Tigers. The game was close at all times, and Newark muffed several chances to tie the score in the last quarter because of the tension. Shorty Williams, Newark guard, how- ever, captured scoring honors with twelve points. Newark vs. Cambridge Bouncing back from a heart-break- ing defeat by Marietta, the 'Cats trav- eled to Cambridge to scalp the Bob- cats 45 to 31 in a fast and rugged game. In spite of the height of the op- posing quintet, the Douglasmen grabbed a lead at the beginning of the game and hung onto it through- out. Iack Slater, with fourteen points, and Shorty Williams, with ten, paced the winners. COLDSMITH FLEITZ Newark vs. Dover The Wildcats received their second taste of defeat in the Central Ohio League by dropping a 36-to-32 game in the small Dover gym. Both teams fought well and hard till the Hnal gun. Don Smith, clever ,Cat guard, led his mates with sixteen markers. The Crim- son lads were just too well acquainted with their hardwood. Newark vs. Zanesville Playing on their own floor, the ,Cats made their old NYU Bridge rivals, the Zanesville Blue Devils, the victim of a fast-breaking cage machine. Clever pass work prevailed throughout the fast and furious cage contest in which the ,Cats came out on the long end of a 50-to-34 decision. Shorty Williams again led the point-getters with six- teen counters. RILEY DETTRE SCHENK SCHALLER Newark vs. Cambridge Starting out the second round of the C.O.L. in a fine way, the 'Cats battled the Cambridge Bobcats to gain a 49-to-27 decision. The fast game saw many cagers foul out be- fore the encounter ended. Shorty Wil- liams was again top man for the win- ners with fifteen points. Newark vs. Lancaster The ,Cats went through the motions to walk off the floor with the Golden Gales of Lancaster. Goldsmith started the scoring for the ,Cats who ended the initial chapter with a 12-to-5 lead to their credit. After leading at the half-time 20 to 15, the ,Cats spurted ahead to take a 42-to-28 victory. jack Slater garnered 14 points for the winners. Page One Hundred Sixty-Nine SHANNON Newark Vs. Springfield The ,Cats, playing in unfamiliar ter- ritory on the Springfield gym, rolled over the Springfield quintet 54 to 29, their second victory over that team this year. Nothing seemed to go wrong with the 'Cats offense as they connected on a remarkable percentage of shots. Shorty Williams slipped in 21 counters for the local team. Newark Vs. Marietta Avenging a previous 27-to-28 de- feat, the Wildcats traveled down to the Ohio River to stop Mariettafs high flying Tigers 40 to 37. The Tigers jumped off with a Hrst-quarter lead and and held it till the last minutes of the game. At the five-minute point, Newark was trailing 37 to 32. The ,Cats suddenly exploded to get a taste of sweet revenge. Captain Jack Slater played an excellent floor game and led the point parade with 18 markers. Page One Hundred Seventy Newark vs. Coshocton After leading by only one field goal at the intermission, the Douglasmen spurted in the last quarter to clip the Coshocton Redskins 42 to 34 on the 'Skinsl hardwood. Don Smith, Bill Goldsmith, and Captain jack Slater garnered ll points apiece for the ,Cats. The ,Skins were in the battle for three and one-half quarters, when the Wildcat machine began to explode. Newark vs. Lancaster After leading by only one point at half-time, the Wildcats staged a last- period comeback to defeat Lancasterls Colden Cales 32 to 27 on the latterls Hoor. The ,Cats held Bond, star Cale center, to three buckets. Bill Cold- smith and jack Slater collected eleven points to top the ,Cats scoring in their tenth victory of the season. DENMAN Newark vs. Zanesville Newark vs. Middletown The Middletown quint, the state champs for 1943-44, visited the local hardwood and walked off the floor with a 34-to-30 victory after only a rugged game by the ,Cats. At the half, the score was fourteen-all, but the Middies managed to s t a y j u s t far far enough ahead of the ,Cats to take the decision as the gun sounded. Newark vs. Mt. Vernon Playing on their home floor, the Newark Wildcats defeated the Mt. Vernon Yellow Iackets by a score of 53 to 23. The hoop was not used much during the first halfg thus the score at this time was 15 to 11. How- ever, the ,Cats came back stronger in the second half, and Captain Jack Slater racked up 15 points. Basketball Scores Newark 67 Columbus East 41 Newark 45 Cambridge 31 Newark 57 Springfield 34 Newark 32 Coshocton 18 Newark 32 Lancaster 27 Newark 66 Bexley 46 Newark 27 Marietta 28 Newark 41 Mt. Vernon 30 Newark 47 Columbus Central 31 Newark 32 Dover 35 Newark 50 Zanesville 34 Newark 49 Cambridge 27 Newark 42 Coshocton 34 Newark 42 Lancaster 28 Newark 54 Springfield 29 Newark 40 Marietta 37 Newark 30 Middletown 34 Newark 53 Mt. Vernon 23 Newark 59 Dover 33 Newark 66 Zanesville 47 TOURNAMENT SCORES Newark 51 Grandview 24 Newark 56 Hilliards 23 Newark 44 Bexley 42 Newark 40 Columbus North 34 Newark 39 Hamilton Catholic 41 ROSSEL The ,Cats started from the first min- ute of play to hit the hoop from all angles in this high-scoring contest at Zanesville against the Blue Devils. All but two cagers broke into the scoring column as Newark left the court at the final sound of the gun on the long end of a 66-to-47 decision. Captain Jack Slater and Bill Coldsmith dumped in 23 and 19 points respectively for scor- ing honors. Newark vs.. Dover With the C.O.L. championship de- pending on the outcome of this game, the Wildcat Cagers jumped to a 15- to-6 first-quarter lead. At one time the ,Cats dropped 20 points through' the hoop while holding the Crimson Tor- nadoes scoreless. When the smoke settled, Newark was found to be on top of a 59-to-33 score and with a Central Ohio League title in its lap. Don Smith scored 19 markers and played a remarkable floor game to lead the locals. Page One Hundred Seventy-One l SST M CCT' Page One Hundred Seventy-Two Page One Hundred Seventy-Three TRACK SQUAD Row 1-Donald Schaller, Jack Van Horn, Don Idle, Charles Cilham, Calvin Kyle, William Weaver Lincoln Nunnely Bill Hand, Byron Kreager, William F leitz. Row 2-William Rossel, manager, jack Slater, Don Kreager, Don Boyd, john Reber, Gene Messick Robert Sh mnon James Riley, Ralph Craig, Francis VVohlheter, Jerry Satterfield. Newark Track Newark won the nineteen forty- five Central Ohio League champion- ship with flying colors. The final score was Newark Slw points, Marietta 73, Zanesville SZVZ. These were the only three teams that competed. Newark sent two boys to the state meet, Iohn Radu and Bill Fleitz, both in the pole vault. During the annual Newark Relays, Newark set a new record in the shuttle-relay. It was run in the fastest recorded time in the state. Page One Hundred Seventy-Four C. Q. L. Meet Newark won its twelfth consecutive C.O.L. Championship Wednesday, May 9, 1945. Nine out of fourteen first places were captured by Newark. Marietta, taking four first places, af- forded closest competition. Harold Brown of Marietta broke the only rec- ord, running the 880-yard dash in two minutes, six and one-tenth seconds, to clip off two-tenths of a second from the previous time set by Dorsey of Newark in 1939. Newark Relays The sixth Newark Annual Relays, held at Whitels Field on Saturday, May 5, 1944, were won by Columbus East to give that school two titles in the last three years. Three records were broken and one tied with East taking the honors in 880-yard dash record. Newark broke Youngstown Boardmanis record in the shuttle relay, and Ashville set a new record in the high jump. Fred johnson of East and Ivan Wallington of Mansfield were the individual stars of the meet, each scoring 13V2 points. Fifteen teams broke into the scoring column with Newark taking fifth place. l945 Relays Statistics Columbus East ................,....... 52 Columbus Central .................. 46 Columbus North ...... ...,...... 3 SV2 Mansfield ................ ........ 3 0 .23 .20 V2 Columbus West ....... ........ 1 3 .10 Upper Sandusky ...................... 10 Columbus Linden McKinley 9 Newark ................ ....... Springfield .............,... ...... Bexley ............................,....,,.... Delaware .................................. 7 Upper Arlington .... ....... 6 Ashville ........... ,....... 6 Zanesville ......... ........ 3 Bucyrus ....... ........ 2 Page One Hundred Seventy-Five Cross Country Squad l Row 1-Bill Weaver, Bill Hand, Bob Wright, Charles Gilliam, Jerry Satterfield, jack Hunt, Dick Retherford, Charles Fisk, Byron Kreager, Harold Goodin. Row 2-A. B. Long, Lester Franklin, Dick Simi, Ronnie Dickerson, Bill Lavelle, Carlos Riley, Cary Criflith, Bill Royster, Elden Fox. Row 3-Burrell Lambert, Walter Williams, Bill Goldsmith, Bill Robinson, Jack Dettre, john Makris, Dick Smith, John Radu, Dick Schenk, Fred Cagney. Not In Picture-Don M. Smith. This was the second year of com- petition for the squad and it proved to be a successful season. Newarkis two-milers won one dual meet and lost one. They defeated Mansfield here at Newark but were defeated by Columbus VVest by one point at Columbus. Plge One Hundred Seventy-Six To spice the program further, there were several intra-squad meets during the season. Newark Won a second place in the District Meet in Springfield. They also were selected to go to the state meet where as a team they received tenth place. Girls' Athletic Council Phyllis Webb, Esther English, Miss Myer, Nancy Ferguson, jerry Feldner. The Girls, Athletic Council was or- ganized again for the fourth year. The main purpose of this organization is to administer all the games. It decides all the policies to be carried out in girls' sports, and it sees that the intra- mural games function properly. The chairman this year is ferry Feldner. The other members and their re- spective duties are Phyllis Webb, scoringg Esther English, secretaryg Nancy F erguson, scoring. The desire of this council is that the organization might continue in the future. Page One Hundred Seventy Seven Girls' Volleyball Row 1-Geraldine Feldner, Shirley Cass, Frances Haley, Marjorie McAfee, Bernadine Petrey, Nancy Fergu- son, Esther English, Esther Athan, Maxine Jacobs, Katherine George, Shirley Gildow, Pat Walker, Helen Sissea. Row 2-Eileen Buchanan, Susan Haslop, Ioan Reed, Harriet Winter, Phyllis Webb, Alice Carlisle, Mary Foster, Pat McCracken, Dorinda Smith, Della Dillon, Bonny Ditter, Juanita Martin, jackie Shoemaker, Miss Myer. ,, Row 3YPasty Wise, Barbara Lou Edmunds, Pat Taylor, Opal Fadley, Lillian Van VVey, Betty Weekly, Mamie Robertson, Donna Jean Bush, Alice Butler, Norma Wadell, Marcite Terrell, Dolores Warner, Ann Wessinger, Lillie Foster, Mary Anne Bermerman. Row 4-Mary Jane Bebout, jean Citrone, Barbara DeWitt, Janis Ashcraft, Pat Burgess, Mary Frances Boggs, Peggy Tait, Lou Ann Dowds, Barbara Mackenzie, jerry Steinman, Carol Lloyd, JoAnn Finckel, Ramona VValdeck, Barbara Bradford. Row 5-Katherine Pfeffer, Barbara Van Fleet, June Perdue, Annabelle Alexander, Mary McDonald, Ruth Tabler, Dorothy Wright, Wanda Larimore, Mary jane Lewis, Sue Thron, Mary Lou Feldner, june Hickman, Betty Stebelton, Ann Gutridge. Row 6-Mary Ellen Raison, Donna Fish, Barbara Simpson, june Wilson, Mary Holmes, Ruthie Fisher, Loretta Derringer, Mildred Fields, Gloria Fox, Evelyn Ford, Norma Hutson, Norma Whitis, Rosalie Saporito, Emmajean Shepherd. Row 7-Emmajean Kasson, jo Tabler, JoAnn Kefauver, Adelia Arnold, Betty Wise, Marybelle Wagner, Suzanne Rivitz, Nancy Idle, Dorthea Myers, Cornelia Jones, Jane Begley, Margurite Lightner, Patty Rice, Carol Fluharty, Lucille Stradley. Row 8-Gizella Kovreg, Earlene Mossholder, Marjorie Frey, Shirley Thomas, Bonnie Haycock, Betty Cold- smith, Amy Henzy, Pat Phillips, Doris Crane, Marie Braid, Dorothy Malloy, Gizella Szatsmary, Loretta Mours. Row 9-Pat F easter, Claire Carter, Donna Harper, Betty Marple, Freda Wince, Marjorie Wilkin, Marjorie Kelley, Peggy Mackenzie, jean Vermillion, Mary Lou Willey, Phyllis Vermillion, Evelyn Blodgett. Not in Picture: Coralie Roberts. From the nine teams in the girls, volleyball league this year, the senior team, captained by Maxine Jacobs, emerged as champion. The other sen- ior captains were Barbara Mackenzie and Marjorie McAfee. The junior teams were captained by Della Dillon, Pat Taylor, and Ann Gutridge. The sophomore captains were Millie Fields, Kathryn Pfeflfer, and Cornelia jones. Page One Hundred Seventy-Eight Outstanding senior players were Esther English, Jerry Feldner, and Rosalie Saporito. Among the juniors who made scoring difHcult for the opposing teams were Bonnie Ditter, Betty Stebelton, and Phyllis Webb. The players on the sophomore teams who made the competition keen were Anna Massalas, Eleanor Inlow, Clara Carter, and Donna Harper. Girls' Basketball Row 1-Rosalie Saporita, Mary Foster, Betty Wise, Esther English, Helen Huggins. Row 2-Loretta Mours, Maxine Jacobs, Nancy Ferguson, Miss Myer, Opal Fadley, Ivory Leslie, jerry Feldner The winning basketball team in the girls, intramural league was the senior team captained by Betty Wise. High scorers on the team were Esther Eng- lish and Betty Wise. Outstanding as guard Was Mary Foster. The captains for the other five teams were senior, Shirley Cass, junior, Irma Morgan and Betty Stebeltong sophomore, Amy Henzy and Betty Marple. Outstanding junior players were Betty Stebelton, Lillian VanWey, and Ann Cutridge. Among the outstanding sophomore players were Suzanne Riv- itz, Amy Henzy, and Clara Carter Page One Hundred Seventy Nine Topsy - Turvy Page One Hundred Eighty INDEX A Baker, Richard ......... ........ 1 08 Abbot, ,lo Ann ,A,,,,,,, ,, . ,,.,,,..,,... .......... 9 6 Ballengee, john ....... ............ . 89 Adams, ,lean Ann ,,4,,,,,,,,, ........... 110 Ballinger, Edward ....... .. ........ 83, 126 Alberry, Eva Mae ,,,,,,,,,Y,,, ......,,,A,,.... 8 8 Ballantine, Wanda ....,.,.. ,...... 8 9, 148 Alexander, Annabelle .,....,, ........ 8 9, 178 Barber, 12111165 ................ .,................ 1 00 Allen, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,........ 9 6 Barcus, Margaret .,........,.... ..............,,....,,. 8 9 Allen, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...... 1 06 Barcus, Norma ,lean ......... .,...........,.......... 1 04 Allen, Pat ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,...,. 1 06 Barnes, Barbara Ann .A....... ........, 8 3, 124, 131 Allen, Ralph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,. ......., 1 04 Barnes, Mary E .....,.,....... ......................f 4 1 Allen, Tom Marshall ....,,,.. .,........ 8 9 BHFIIGS, O. 1 -.......-....... .,...,......-. 3 8, 158 Allen, Winston ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,........ 8 9 Barrett, Ralph ....... ............................ 8 8, 89, 124 Alspaeh, Donn ,,,,,,,,l,,, ,,...... 1 08 Barrett, Robert ....,....... ..,...................,.........,........... 1 06 Amos, Carrol, Dr ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. 1 35 Barrick, William ...,............ 78, 122, 135, 140, 189, 54 Amos, Ella hlae ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,.,,.,....,, 8 3 Baugllman, Kenneth ..............,............................. 89, 138 Amos, Esther ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,l,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 9 6 Baugllrnan, Orville .,........,........,................,.,...,. 100, 102 Anderson Ardeth ....,.,,..,.....,, ..,.,,,,, 8 9, 118, 125 Bauman, John .........,...................... 19, 118, 121, 122, 54 Anderson, Eugene Morris ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 8 9, 137 Baumgartner, Bernadine ........................,.......,,............ 89 Anderson, james Howard ,,,,,.,. ..,,,..... 8 3, 126, 138 Bebout, Mary lane .....,.... 89, 125, 130, 137, 138, 178 Anderson, Jerry Lee ,.,,........ ....,............,,,...... 8 9 Bebout, Bernard ...............,......,.......,......................... 104 Anderson, Paul ..............,... ,,....... 8 9, 157, 164 Bebout, Tula ............ .......................,.......A...... 1 46, 54 Anderson, Patty ......,,...... .....,......,..,..... 1 04 Beclli, Sfiibeft ........... ................ 3 3 Andrews, Barbara .....,....... .................. 1 06 Bec , a y ane .......... ..,................. - Antritt, Eugene Paul ,.......,,... ........ 5 4, 127 Beclliham, Barbara .......... .....,... 1 04, 186 Arbaugh, Edith Maris ..,.,......,................,........... 89, 128 Bec man, June ............ .............. 4 Armbustar, lames Herbert ..................,,.............. 89, 151 Beckham, R0bert ......... ........ 8 3, 133 Arnold, Adelia .,,,...,.,.. 111, 131, 142, 144, 146, 178, 54 Beckman, Floyd. ....... .,.........., 8 3 Ash, Carolyn .......,,,,,..,,.,.....,,,,,,,.,,,.....,,,,,,,,,.......,,,,,,... 96 Beery, Dick ................ .................. 1 60 Ash, Oraeile .,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 8 3 Beefler, Charlotte .......,. .........,.,... ....,.. 8 9 Ashbrook, Robert ..,,lr....,...,,,.,,,.,,..,,..,,,,..,,,,..,..,.,,,.,..,... 96 Big ey, lane ................. .........Y 8 9, 1. 1, 1 8 Aslicraft, Janice Joanne .................... 146, 152, 178, 53 geiilhillg, PhylliS ..............................Y......................... As ier, Betty Lou ........,.,.,................,.,........ 83, 131, 14 6 , 0 nn .........................................,..............,......... Athan, Esther ..,............. 31, 1-18, 119, 122, 143, 144, Benner, Gary ................................................ 89, 164, 175 139, 178, 54 Benner, Monagene .... 122 125, 141, 144, 139, 146, 54 Atherton, Charles ..,,.,.,..... ...............,.,,........,......,...,. 8 9 Benner, Richard ......,.............................,,.................. 138 Atherton, William ..,,,,.,.. .....,....,..,.....,,,.,... 5 4 Bennett, Doro y ..........,.....,....................,.................... 6 Attlee, Mildred .,.....,.,.. .,,,,,.,, 8 9, 118, 125 Bermerman, Mary Anne ......... ......... 8 9, 130, 178 Ault, Curtis .,..,.,..,,,.. ,.,..,..,.,.,, 8 3, 126 Berkman, June ...................... ..................... 1 06 Ault, Robert .......... ,.,...,,,,,.,..... 108 Bevard, Earl ..........,.......... ....,.,.....,.... . 108 Bevard, Edward Allen ......... ..,.,., 8 3, 132 B Bieberbach, lohn Paul ......,. ............. 5 4 Bailey, Bettie ,,,,.... ..,,,,,,,. .,.,,,,,,. 5 4 Binckley, Margaret .....,..... .....,.. 1 04 Baird, lvlary C .,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bieberbiwll, Lena .......... ....., , .104 sill gd ,L ff' V., ' gh' St: , re Q 'T' L, --1 24' ,A .i 'grid-lpn! 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.......,....,....................... 1 00 Blaney, Conrad .,.......r...... .,.............. 1 08 Brown, Reola ,..........., .............Y................,... 9 6 Blizzard, Juanita Irene .....,. .......,........... 8 9, 128 Brown, Richard ......... .............,................... 1 08 Block, Emil, Jr ...........,..... .......,.,...............,..... 9 6 Brown, Robert .,......... ........ 8 9, 164, 166, 175 Blodgett, Evelyn ,,......... ........ 8 9, 128, 147, 178 Brownfield, Joann ......., .,..,,....................... 1 10 Blowers, David .,......,.,,.... .......,............ 1 00, 102 Brutchey, James .....,..... .....,...,......... 8 9, 164 Bob, Molly Lou ...........,,..................,.............,.,..., 89, 128 Buchanan, Clarabell ...... ................... 1 08 Boggs, Frances Virginia ............................,....... 146, 54 Buchanan, Eileen .,,....,.. ....... 1 44, 178, 55 Boggs, Mary Frances ,............... 122, 141, 144, 178, 55 Buchrnan, Helen .........,.... ......,.. 8 3, 131, 147 Boggs, William ..,......,.,....,....,......i,..........,,..,..........,.,,. 89 Budd, Donald ,..,,............,... .,,..........,.....,,... 8 3 Bonham, Barbara ........,...,...,.........,...................,.......,... 96 Bueler, Paul Edward .....,... ..,......,.....,.,... 8 3 Bonham, Clarence Eugene ..,.,.. ......... 8 9, 137 Burcher, Ruth Ann .....,,i.. ............,,,. 1 42, 55 Bonham, Joyce .......,.,.............. .....,...,..,. 9 6 Burgess, Joan ...,i,...,.,.... .,..........i.,........... 1 04 Boring, Mary Lou ii.,,.,..,..... .,..........,..... 8 3 Burgess, Patricia .....,, .i....... 1 34, 178, 55 Bosscawen, Frederick .,,...,... ......... 8 3, 135 Burgess, Shirley ........,,.. ....,,......,....,...... 5 5 Bounds, Charles ................ ..........,..... 1 04 Burns, Robert ...,...,.....,...... .....,................ 1 00 Bowden, Jerry ....,.......... ,.........., 8 9, 151 Burson, Mary Frances ......... ....A.. 8 3, 142, 145 Boyd, Don Lee .......,. .............. .,......,...... 1 2 2, 174,55 Burt, Maurice ,............,..., ...,...,.........., 1 04 Boyd, Florence E .....,............................,.....,........,....... 41 Burtner, Marilyn .......... i...........,,,...... 5 6 Boyd, Frew C ..............,.. 11, 15, 19, 36, 42, 124, 158 Busby, Betty Eileen i........ ..,.... 8 3, 131, 147 Boyer, Mary Elizabeth ,,.....,...............,,....... 89, 130, 152 Busby, Joan ...............,.,. ........ 8 9, 132, 133 Boyer, Virginia Belle .....,........... .....,A.......,.........,...... 8 9 Busby, Pearl .................. ....... 8 3, 131, 147 Boylan, Margaret ......,....... .,....... 1 34, 55 Bush, Donna Jean ...............,i.....,..,...,...,..., 83, 133, 178 Boylan, Mildred ...,,..,..,.,...... .,.,..,.,.,...,, 1 06 Butcher, Mary Jean ...,..........,,,........,.,,,...... 83, 133, 145 Braden, Charles Vernona. .,................... 55 Butler, Alice Lue ..................,.,.....,....,,,...... 83, 147, 178 Bradford, Barbara Ann ....... .........,....,,... 8 9, 178 Butler, Harry Martin ..,.,,.. 89 118, 132, 135, 151, 180 Bradley, Donna Gene .......... ..,.....,..... 1 36, 137, 55 Butler, Joyce ......................,....................,,.........,......, 110 Bragg, Alice Ann ,..,........,. ....,.,.,.,.......... 1 08, 110 Butler, Mary ..............,.........,....,.........,,.....,,...,.......... 100 Braid, Marie .,...........,,,..... ....,.... 8 3, 131, 147, 178 Butts, Edward Eugene ,...... .,.....,....,... 1 04 Branscome, John ................. .i..,...,i.............,....... 3 4 Byers, Dorothy Ellen ..,....,..... .,.,..... 8 3, 147 Branscome, Nancy Louise ..... ,................ 1 25, 147 Bratfisch, Hilda ...,,,.,........... ,,,.,,.,,.,,..,.,.,,,,,,., 1 08 C Bratfish, Karl ,.,.........,,..,.,..........,.......... 122, 135, 141, 55 Cagney, Frederick .......,....,......... ........, 1 76 Brecht, Marjorie .....,, .....,.,...,......,...,...................,,.. 1 00 Call, Thea Mae ........, ...,... ....,... 5 6 Brohard, Joanne .........,....,. 15 78 111, 116, 121, 143, Calloway, Clinton ........ .,.,.,..... 8 9 144, 139, 55 Campbell, Avonelle .......... ..,.,.,........... 8 3 Brookover, Winifred ..i...........,........,,,......,........,,.,....... 83 Campbell, George D .i..,.. ..........., 3 9, 180 Brooks, Carol ...........,.,., .....,.......,., 1 08 Campbell, Larry .,...,.... .....,,............... 1 10 Brown, Edith ............. ......... 8 9, 138 Carey, Patricia .,...,,,... .,.,... 8 3, 118, 147 Congratulations to the Class of 1946 from The Midland ond uditorium 'fWhere Hits Are A Habitv Theatres Page One Hundred Eighty-Three Compliments 'ro The Class of 1946 QI, iff The NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS Carlisle, Alice Jean ............. Carpenter, Emmajean .......,. Carpenter, Mary Janette ..... 129, 152, 178, 56 56 118, 142, 145, 150 Carson, Betty L .,..,.......,...... ..........------------------'---- ----- 3 3 Carson, William ............... ..............-.--------- 3 3, 164 Carson, VVilliam, Mrs ........ ----,---AY----- 4 2 Carter, Barbara .,1,.......,.,.. ....4.Y,---,-------,------ 1 08 Carter, Betty ,...........,.... .....,.....,,...........-,---- - -33, 147 Carter, Clara Lee ..,....... ................... 3 9, 129, 147, 178 Cash, Robert ,.,...........................................- ..-..------------ 3 9 Cass, Shirley Aim ................ 120, 129, 134, 146, 173, 56 Cates, Bobby ..,............. .....................--.,,.-------,------- - 106 Chaney, Crile ....,............... ..,........--,-,---,----------------,-- 1 00 Chaney, David Eugene, ...... Chaney, William ................. .........89, 151 ,,,,,,,,,,,.... .108 138 Channell, Kenneth Eugene ....,. ...--..A- 3 9, Charles, Beatrice .,.......,,......... ...,-,----,---- 3 9 Cherry, Nita ..............,.......... .............,-.---- 1 29, 56 Chester, Camille ...,....,..... ........................----,--- 1 45, 56 Chester, John Burner ,....,.................. 89, 157, 134, 166 Chester, June Kathleen ,...,,., 117, 118, 119, 121, 122, 143, 144, 146, 180, 56 Chrisman, James Richard .................................-.,-------- 83 Citrone, Jean .............,............ ..................-....------- ----, 5 3 Citrone, Joan ........................ .,,............... 3 9, 131, 178 Claggett, Ellen Louise ........ ....,.,..89, 125, 129, 133 147 Clark, Joan Louise .......... ............. 3 3, 130, Clark, Enora ............,..... ........-.......--....------ 9 3 Clark, Lois Marie ........ .................-,-- 5 3 Clark, Robert ................ ......,-.,-------- 3 3 Clary, Marjorie Jean ....... ......... 3 3, 133 Clifton, Paul ...............,., ....,...----- 1 06 Coad, Charles ........... ...,-..-----,-- 3 9 Coates, Geraldine ..,...... ......... 3 3, 131 Coates, Edward ....,.,........ ................,.------ .96 Cocanour, Joan Carol ......... ....... 1 19, 130, 55 Cocanour, John ................ ............ 3 9, 146 Cochran, Dean .............. Cochran, Cochran, Cochran, Don ,................. Elizabeth ...,,,.,,. William ............ Cotlinbarger, Mary Ellen.., Coleman, Jeannine ,,,,....,, Collins, Howard William Colman, William ..,..,.....,.. Colville, William ........,..... ,,.,,,,,.....,.. U83 ,,.,...,.89, 131 ,,,,,,,..,,. ,104 128 Comisford, William .......... .......... 8 3, 127 Conrad, Stacy ....,................ ......,......-- 3 4 Connor, Eugene ..,..,........,.......... ..A,.... 3 3 Connor, Walter Raymond ......... .......- 5 6 Cook, Danny .......,.................. .........,....---. 3 3 Cooksey, Lois ......,.,............ ................--- 1 04 Cooksey, Jimmie ........... ,,,,,,,,.,. ,.,......... . .83 138 Cooperrider, Betty Jean ........ ................. 8 3, 131, Cooperrider, Jessie ........., Cotterman, Donna ,........... Cotterman, Mary Alice ..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,.,..,....., U96 142, 144, 146, 57 Cotton, Edward .,.,..........................................-,.... 125, 57 Couden, Richard Eugene .......,............,......................- 89 Cougill, Fred .,.,..,....,.,.,........... ....,- 1 27, 57 Coursen, Betty ....,..,........... ......... 1 00 Courtright, Shirley ........ .............., 3 3 Cox, Lester B ..........., Cox, Stewart A ........... Coyle, James F ............. Craig, Ralph Allen ........ Craig, Stella Mae ......... Cramer, Clarence ...........,. Crane, Doris Virginia ,,.,....., Crawford, Carolyn .....,...... Crawford, Robert ...,...... Crego, Neil Francis .,.,,..... Crego, Wanda Lois ....... Crilly, Bertha L .....,., Crist, Julia Ann ............ ...,...11, 41, 126 ,,,.,,,.........104 57 130 .........88, 181, 147, 178 ,,.....,82, 83, 118, 133 ........130, 134, 57 Crist, Kenneth ......,....,.,..,.,,..,.,......,...,....,....,................ 57 Cromer, Mary Louise ,........... 111, 112, 116, 119, 122, 148, 144, 139, 57 Cronin, Rhea ................ ..........,.............................. 5 7 Crothers, Charles .............. ..........................,. 5 7 Crothers, George ....,.,.......... ......., 8 3 Crouse, Donald Richard ........ ......., 5 7 Crowley, William ,.....,,.,.,... ........ 5 7 Congratulations To All High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE CARLILES Furniture and Rug Co. N ewarkis Dependable Home Furnishers West Main at Arcade Newark, O. 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Deeds, June ......,.,.............. Deering, Angela Leona ,....... Delancey, Margaret .,....,. ........100 ........,....89 ........89, 129 . ,,...,.. 104 .........134, 146, 57 .......89, 130 .......90, 129, 147 58 ...............104 .,.,.........96 .......90, 128 ,..,.,........96 ......,....90, 124 .........100, 102 ...,,.,........104 ...,,..,...106 ....,...90, 128 ...,....83, 140 Delaney, Robert ................ ......... 1 00, 102 Del Cecata, Florangela ...,.... ................. 8 9 Dement, Betty ................... .1......... 1 04 Dement, Jack F ..........,.. ..............,... 1 06 De Ment, James .................................,..Y....................... 58 De Ment, Ion Frances ..,.,,.......................... 83, 128, 147 De Mooy, Harold ...............,....................,..............,..,. 58 Denman, Joan .... 111, 119, 120, 121, 122, 138, 140, 141, 146, 149, 150, 58 Denman, William ..,... 31, 78, 111, 116, 119, 122, 124, 126, 165, 170, 58 Denner, James ..........,..........,..,...............,.........,... 90, 133 Derringer, Loretta .....,....... Derringer, Mary Ellen ......... Dettre, jack Richard ...........,.... ,.........90, 130, 178 131, 147 169, 176 83, 117, 124, 126, 165, Deutsch, Patricia .............., ........................................ 8 3 Devereau, Bettie Marie ..,..... De Witt, Barbara Ann ......... Dial, jeannme ..............,.... Dial, Norma June ....,.....,.. Dial, Robert Thomas ......... Di Blasio, Wilbur ..,..,........ Dickerson, Betty Lou ,...,. Dickerson, Ronald K ........ Dickerson, T. Edwin ......... Dickey, Floyd ............... Dickinson, Addison. ..... . ,....,.,178, 58 ...........100 58 .....,......104, 106 131 ....,....83, 126, 176 Di Cola, Lucy Julia ........ ....,......... 8 3 Diebold, Bob Joseph ....,.,. ........... 1 19, 58 Diller, Paul ..,.................. .. , ,..... .................. 9 0, 133 Diller, Shirley ........................,.......,........... 100, 133, 141 Diller, Tracey ........................,........................,.... 90, 124 Diller, Vaida ,....... 113, 119, 122, 128, 140, 141, 146, 58 Dillon, Della Mae ..,............................. 83, 131, 147, 178 Dillon, Ruth .........,.................................................,.... 100 Dillon, Shirley ..................................,........................... 58 Dilts, Eleanor ........ 78, 118, 120, 121, 122, 124, 140, 142, 144, 59 Dine, George .,,.....,..........,..........,......,,,...... 90, 164, 166 Dispennette, Lester ....... Dispennette, Norma .......... ....... 3 1, 133, 138, 144,133 Ditter, Bonnie Jean .,,.... Dixon, Ioan ......,....,,... Dodson, Eleanor ........ Dollison, Donald ....,.,. ....,......83, 131, 147, 146 Dorn, Helen P .........,.....,....,...,..........,........, 40, 125, Douglas, Maxwell .,,.,.............,..... 39, 156, 158, 165, 167 Dowds, Lou Ann ........,....... 111, 122, 141, 144, 178, 59 Dowler, Ruth La Verne ...............,.... 90, 132, 138, 151 Dowling, Charles R., Ir .......,.......................,... .... 1 9, 180 Duffins, Maurice Lee .,...,. .,....... 8 4, 138, 175 Duncan, Carl ..............,.. ........................... 9 0 Duncan, Mabel ........... .......... 8 4, 131, 147 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1946 ELLIOTT'S HARDWARE sroRE 16 West Main Street When in Need of the Best ln PAINTS and WALL PAPER see HO RN ER'S NEWARK PAINT CO. Phone 3524 36 W. Church Street Page One Hundred Eighty-Seven Congratulations To the Class of 1946 Wishing them success and happiness for the future MOUND CITY CLEANERS 26 S. Third Street Newark, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS To The Class of 1946 Wishing Them Success and Happiness For the Future The JOHN J. CARROLL STORE ne Hundred Eighty E git Dunlap, Eliner ...,,,.,. Dunn, john ............ Dunn, Melvin ,,.,....,,. Dunn, Virginia .,...,... ........84, 156, 164 .i,.....90, 130, 147 Dutcher, Jack ,...,.......... .......................... 8 4 Dyer, Letha Iean i.....Y. ...... ..,..... 9 0 , 130, 147 E Easton, NVillia1n ...,,....................,.,..,....,.................,.... 104 Eckert, Charles A ......,...........,.....,........,,....,...i....,........ 38 Edmunds, Barbara Lou .... 119, 122, 140, 144, 178, 59 Edwards, Charles ..,..........,..,,,.,.,.,............................... 90 Edwards, Frederick .,,,........,.....,,,...,,,......,,, 84, 126, 133 Edwards, Paul B .,,...,,.. Eiiinger, Betty Lou... Ellis, Crechen .....,... .,.,,.....,,..........,...,......, 1 04 Ellis, lanet ,....,,.,..,, ..,..............V,....,....... 9 10, 130 Elmore, Inez .,,,..., .......,.,.....,......v.....,,............. 9 0 English, Esther ....,. ...,,.... 1 41, 178, 177, 179, 59 Ennor, Barbara ,..,..... ..,i......,.........., 8 4, 131, 145 Eriksen, Stanley .,i,,r. Eshelnian, Donald ...,... Eshelnian, Mary E .,.....,. 136, 137, 59 Essig, Roger ..................,......,..........................,............. 90 Evans, Betty ..,i.........,............,..........4.......,., 90, 129, 147 Evans, Chris ........ 31, 78 111, 113, 118, 121, 122, 126, 143, 149, 150, 180, 59 Evans, Dolores .,.,.,......,,....,..........,,.............,......... 82, 113 Evans, Don ......,. ,.................,...... 1 08, 110 Evans, Marie ......... ........... 1 19, 59 Evans, Marjorie .,...... ...........,.. 9 0, 152 Evans, Naomi ...........,. .........,................ 9 0 Ewald, Iohn Bruce ........, ....... 1 28, 138, 139 Ewing, Janice ..i.......... ....................... 9 0 Ewing, Martha ......... ........... 8 6, 130 Ewing, Robert ..,.... ...... ....... 9 0 , 151 F Fadley, Alice ..... .........,... ..........,,...,....... 9 5 Fadley, Opal ..,...,,. ....... ,.,...... 1 7 8, 179, 59 Fairall, Ruth ...,..., ,.....,.......,...,.. 1 00 Faller, Virginia .,.....,,......... ...,...... 8 4, 131 F ariner, Jean ,.,..,......,....,......, ........,........ 1 00 Farnsworth, Blaine Keith ........ ..................,....... 5 9 Fatig, Bernard ..,...,,.....,......... ...... 9 0, 133, 151 Fatig, Raymond ,.,...........,.., ....,...,......... 8 4, 133 Feaster, Patricia ,......... ......,.......,.......,..... 9 0, 131, 178 Feilier, Annabelle ......,......................,.......,.......,....,... 129 Feldner, Florence .,.........,..,........A............,........... 84, 130 Feldner, Geraldine .......... 122, 143, 178, 177, 179, 59 Feldner, Mary Lou ............,...,............................. 84, 178 Ferguson, Nancy .... 121, 122, 143, 144, 139, 178, 177, 179, 59 Feuerriegel, Richard .......,....,,........,....,................,,.... 100 Field, Margaret .,..........,.. .........., 8 4, 130 Fields, Mary Io .,.......... ......,,..,..,..........,..,..,,.. 8 4, 129 Fields, Mildred i........ ,, ............................. 90, 130, 178 Finckel, Io Ann .....i.. ....... 1 16, 122, 142, 144, 178, 60 Finney, Harlan ..,i,.... ,........,...,..,.........,.,....,r,......,.,.... 6 0 Fish, Donna .,,,....,.,............. 119, 122, 141, 146, 178, so Fisher, Charles ,....,,....,......,....,....,...,..,,.....,,..,.....,,,,..,, 104 Fisher, Ruth ......,.,.....,................................. 90, 130, 178 Fisk, Charles .,....,, 78, 119, 121, 122, 126, 135, 176, so Flannigan, Paul ..,.,................,..................,...............,... 96 Fleitz, William Ryan ........ 15, 53, 78, 157, 165, 164, 168, 174, 60 Fleming, Edith ..,.,,.,... ,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,..,,,,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Fletcher, Faith ..........,..,. ,.,,,,,. 1 08, 110 Fletcher, James Lewis ..,,,,, ...,,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 6 0 Flowers, Frank ......,,..,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Fluhart, Juanita ,,,i...,.,. ,,,,,, 1 29, 133, 146, 60 Fluhart, Richard ,,,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Fluharty, Carol ,.,......... .....,. 9 0, 130, 147, 178 Folger, Pat Irene ,....,,.. ..,..,.,.... 8 4, 145, 147 Forbes, Charles .....,.. Forbes, Sally Lou ...,... ,,.. ............,...,............. .100 Ford, Evelyn .,i......,.......,.........,. ...,.,. 9 0, 130, 147, 178 Forgrave, Clyde ...........,.........,,..,. .........,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 9 0 Forgrave, james Frederick .,,...,.,..i...,,..,...,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 60 Forshey, Pauline ....................,,,.......,. 119, 133, 146, 60 Foster, Lillie Mae .,..............., ,,,,....,.,.,.. 9 0, 129, 178 Forster, Mary Elizabeth ....... ....,.... 1 29, Fouts, Barbara Jacqualyn.. 178, 179, 60 Compliments Arcade Sewing Machine Vacuum Cleaner Supply Repairing, Parts, Supplies 20th Year In Newark Post-War Regina Sales Agency Licking County Machines for Sale Terms Phone 6417 O. I. Kelsey 21 Arcade Newark, Ohio "Cheer Upv FENTON CLEANERS 31 W. Main St. Let Us Maintain the Appearance of Your Entire Wardrobe With Quick Dependable Service 1 Phone Willard C. Yaus 3530 Mgr. Page One Hundred Eighty-Nine Compliments of A. H. HEISEY 8g C0 Congrotulotions To the Class of 1946 Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. A Nationwide Institution Everything to Wear QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR LESS One Hundred Ninety Fox, Elden Gail .,..... Fox, Gloria Jean ....,,..... Fox, Lawrence ................. Francis, Carl Alvin, Jr ....... Francis, Bonnie Mae ............. F ranklln, Hiawatha Lester ....,., Franks, Geraldine ................. F ranqa, Nilan ...,...........,.... Franz, Ronald Henry ....,.... F reas, Bernard ...........,..... Frey, Alice .................,. Fredritz, Barbara ...,..,.. Frey, Janice ..,,.........,,...., Frey, Marjie Ann ............... Friend, Russel Clayton .,....... Frye, Claire ........................ Frye, Richard ..,,.,,i........... Frye, William ....,...,. Fullen, James ......... ., Fulton, Betty Jo ..,.... Funk, Bettie ..... ............ ....... Futrell, Mary Alice ,.................. G Galbraith, Eugene Lee ..,.......... Gamerdinger, Earl Wilbur ,..,..,.. Gardner, Betty .......................,.. Gardner, Robert Wylie ,.,...... Garee, James ,........,.,,..... Garee, Ralph Edwin .....,..., Garrison, Edna Mae .,.,i..... ...,,...176, 60 ......,...9o, 130, 147, 178 .......84, 176 ......,..,11O .......90, 180 ,,,,,..........146, 178, 61 128, 142, 145 132 .......184, 128, 140 ,.........19, 153, 61 ...,.,..134, 146, 61 .............90, 188 .,....,.142, 146, 61 ...,........90 Garver, Yvonne .............,. .,..... 8 4, 147 Gatrell, Joan ..............,.. ...,....,............................ 1 08 Gatrell, Larry .,...........,...,.....,,,...,.....,,..........,..........,... 108 144, 61 Caunder, Marion Ann ..,......... 119, 121, 122, 140, 141, Geidenberger, Clarence Ross .,,.....,................,.... 84, 127 Gelfer, Sam S ...............,............,...............,...,...,.. 40, 132 Gentile, Ann Clarabelle ...,...,. .....,... 9 4, 118, 139 George, George .........,.,,..... .................... 1 10 George, Kathrine Eva ....... Gienger, William ............ Gildow, Shirley Ann ....... Gilham, Charles ,.......... Gilham, James ......,... ..,.,.....178, 61 ..,,................100 .146 178 61 Q'.'.f.'.'.'.174,, 176i 61 Glasmeier, Janet ............. ........ 104, 106 Glasmeier, Norma .................... .......,...,....,..... 6 1 Glasmeier, Richard ,..................... ..........,..,,..,,..... 1 04 Glaunsinger, Barbara Joanne ,.......,........... 90, 128, 147 Gleckler, Lawrence ....,.......,....,.....,.................,............ 90 Glover, Wilbur Eugene .,.,...,....,......,,................. 119, 61 Goldsmith, Betty .....,.................. 84, 135, 145, 147, 178 Goldsmith, Bill Dean ........ 126 Goldsmith, John, Mrs .............. 165, 165, 168, 176, 61 Gooden, Harold Lee .............,...........,...,....,....... 175, 176 Goodlet, Martha Jean ,.... Goss, June Eileen ...........,.. Graham, Betty Irene ......,,.. Grandstaff, Mary Lou ......,. Graves, Suzanne .............. Gray, Kenneth .,......,.... Green, Marion ....... Green, Shirley ............. Gregg, Mary Nan ...,....... Griffith, Betty Anne ...,...... Griffith, John Gerald II .......,. Griffith, Ruth ...................... Griffith, William .......,..., Grigsby, Paul ........................ Groce, Edna Mae ...,...............,. Groome, C. A., Ist Lt ..,.,.......,. Grooms, Wesley Theodore .... ,.....,.9O, 138, 147 .,,.,...120, 129, 61 ........,...84, 139, 147 148, 180, 62 129 ......,90, 118, 188, 176 .......108 .......,..10O 62 146, 62 Guthrie, Shirley Mae ..........., 122, 125, 138, 141, 139, Gutridge, Ann .1...,........,.. ......1.......,......................... 1 78 Gutridge, Joe .,.,........,,. ..............,.,..,.......,......... 1 00 Guy, Howard ......... ..,... ......... 9 0 H Haga, Howard .,........ ............. ........ 1 0 8, 110 Hagans, Harriet ........ ...... .............. 1 0 8 Hagans, John ...,..... Hague, Robert ....... WESTERN PRODUCT Inc. The PHIL VOOELMEIER COMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayiiower Transit Co.. Phone 5063 Page One Hundred Ninety-One T H E NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenienbe the best approach to employment . . Indispensable to success in business . CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '46 We Hope You Continue on to Greater Things A T H - A - N O R GAS---OIL---COAL THE MAYKFIEBEGER COMPANY Everytiiing 'Pertaining To Warm Air Heating Air Conditioning-Stokers-Insulation-Cooling One Hundred Nin ty T 0 Halblaub, Vera ,.,......,. Hale, Mary Ann .,....... Haley, Carol ,,.,.........,.....,....... Ilaley, Frances Mae. ,...,........ Hall, Don .....................,......... Hall, Marjorie Ann .......,.... 84 Hall, Mildred Pearl ............... Hall, Nancy Lee .......... ,....., Haluczik, Frank .,.........,...... Hammond, Esta Bose ,.,...,... 178 62 124, 138, 189 145 147 110, 134, 62 84, 145, 147 ....,..,..84, 145 Hampshire, Barbara Jean ....,,.. ,......,............,..... 8 4 Hand, Janice ...,...........,................................ 90, 128, 147 Hand, Jayne ....,.................,......,.................................. 108 Hand, Patty .......,....,......................,...........,..,,.,....,..,.... 98 Hand, Raymond William .,., 19, 53, 78, 111, 118, 121, 122, 126, 135, 141, 150, 174, 176, 62 Handel, Betty Jean ..,...........,....,,......1..,,,,..,,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,, 62 Handel, Larry L ,...,................,.........................,. 104, 106 Hanners, Helen .,.,.,.,..,,,. ,..1,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 08 llannum, Winifred ........ Hanshue, Luther ..,...... llarbit, Keith ......,..... Harding, Jack .,,,,,,,...,.. Hare, Martha Ann .....,.,. Harlow, Paul ..............., Harman, Charlotte ...... Harman, Mildred ,.,..... Harman, Rosalee ,..... Harper, Donna ......... Harris, Chioe .....,,,. "1I5'6,'i158Q" 100 .......89, 157, 158, 164, ..84 164 102 110 128 175 152 147 H90 178 128 Harris, Harry .,.,.,,. .,,..,.,.1.,....1,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 Harris, Helen ...,,,.....,,,,...,.,,..,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Harris, Mona Rose ........ 84, 118, 120, 123, 132, 133, 140, 142, 145 Harris Harrison, Marilyn Jean.. , Peggy --.,-,-..,..--......,. ....................,,... Hart, Jack ..,1...,...,.,...,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Hatter, Charles ,,,.,...,......,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Hartman, Richard ,...,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 91, 166 Harvey, William Franklin .......,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, ,,.,,,, 1 35, 63 Haslop, Susan Elizabeth ....... .117, 121, 122, 143, 144, 178, es Hauman, Margaret Ann ..,.1,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 91 Hawke, Mildred A .,,,,,..,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 40, 112 Hay, Walter .,.........,........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Haycook, Bonnie Lou ................ 84, 138, 145, 147, 178 Hayne, Grace D ......,.,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Haynes, Philip Robert ............,... 122, 126, 141, 152, 63 Heade, Kenneth Eugent .,,1.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 84 Headlee, Letha .......,.......... ....,,,..,,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 3 8, 134 Heatwole, Don ......,,........ Heckelman, E. H ..,..... Heckman, Ann ....,,.... Heim, Bill .......,.....,.. Heims, Darlene .1,...., Helphrey, Jim .......... Helser, Grace .........,,..., Heminger, Warren ........ Hendren, Gloria .........,, Henry, Ann Lou ,...... Henry, Clyde ......,, Henry, Wilson ......,.,. Henson, Maurice .......,, Henson, Peter ..,....... 107 ...,....84 ..98 106 106 108 130 H91 108 108 128 100 Henzy, Amy .........................,. .......,. 8 8, 91, 118, 178 Hepsworth, Robert ...,............... ............ 8 4, 157, 164 Hess, Joyce ................................. .........,,...,,,......,.. 9 6 Hickman, Delbert Franklin .,..... ................... 8 4 Hickman, Harold ................................,...................,... 100 Hickman, June ..........................................,,........ 84, 178 Hilbrandt, Jane ............,.....................,,,...,,,,,,,,..,,,,...... 84 Hilbrandt, Jean .... 117, 120, 121, 122, 125, 142, 144, 63 Hill, Robert ...............,.,...,...,...,,........,...,,,..,,,,..,.,, 91, 138 Hina, Evelyn ......,,. . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 163 Hines, Calvert .....,. ,,,,,,,, 1 00, 102 Hinger, Carl ............,,,,..,. ,,,,,,,, 8 4 133 Hitchcock, Benton .........,..,, Hitchcock, Bonnie Jean ,....... Hitchcock, Edward ......... Hitchcock, John ........... Hobbs, Rodney ,....... Holler, Charles ......,... .......84, .......84, 129 164 106 ..91 108 AlRESMAN'S 56 W. Main Street Electrical Appliances For the Home BETTY GAY Takes this opportunity to congratulate the Graduates and assure you of our appreciation of your Patronage. Page One Hundred Ninety-Three We are happy to Phone . . . 3910 CONG RATU LATE The Class 0f1946 of Our Grol nd NEWARK H IGH OT 16 TIZCOT S TOU 1006 17161 6 . . 01' ' cl thl t' btl I F tl cl 1 I d fo your scholastzc an a e to achievements . . . and f the pride y lane brought to our eau ifu and historic city . . . turf-fnf 'BRUSH 0 'Where Good Furniture Il Not Expensivl' QUALITY PRINTING DOES NOT COST It Pays Phone 4056 The Advocote Printing Compony Since 1820 O HIdN tyF Holler, Sara Dell .,..... Holley, Betty ........ Holman, Donna ...,.. Holman, Maurice .......... Holmes, Mary ,..... Holmer, Milton ..,....,.... Holmes, Ruth ............ .......18o, 63 ..........100 ,.,..,..91 Holmok, Gwendolyn ........ ....... 9 1, 123, 129, 132 Holton, Cleo ............,...... ......,..................... 9 6 Honenberger, Jeanne .......... .....,.......... 9 1, 131 Hook, Robert H ......,....... ....................... 1 04 Horst, Curtis ................. ....... 8 4, 126, 164 Horwitz, Diane ..,.. Hose, Daniel ......... Hose, Donald ...,............ Hosick, Laura C ..,,........,. Howard, Charissa Ann ...... . Howard, Donald ..,.,,,...,., Howard, Phyllis ,,.......... Howes, Charice ......,. ............,...110 ..,.,,..........108 .....,..84, 142, 147 ...........,....100 ,.,......,......100 128 Hoy, Ellen ,..,..,....... ......... 9 1, Hoy, Robert ........ ..,.....,...... 9 1 Hoyt, Paul ...............................,.................................... 63 Huber, Ora ..,.,.,................................................... 84, 129 Huffman, Relva .................,.,........................................ 96 Huggins, Helen .... 19, 121, 122, 144, 189, 146, 179, 63 Hughes, Carolyn ........ 118, 122, 138, 141, 144, 152, 63 Hughes, Clayton .,....,...,,.... ...........,,.,........ 1 00 Hughes, Dorothy ................ ......................... 9 1 Hughes, James .............. ..,......... 9 1 Hunt, Albert ........,.. ,. , ......,,,...... .84 Hunt, Jack .....,......,. .......... 8 4, 176 Hunt, Norma ,........ ............. 1 O4 Hunter, Don ,.......,,. ............ 9 1 Hupp, Francis ........,. Hupp, Robert ................ Huston, Clarence .......... Huston, Norma ......... Idle, Don Frank ....... Idle, Nancy .................. Inlow, Eleanor ................. Irwin, Jeanette Mae ....... Ivers, Betty ..,..,,,....,,,,,,, Ivers, Max .,......,....... Jackson, Robert ................... Jackson, William ......... .... Jacobs, Maxine .......... James, Sue ..........,.,... Jeflers, Zuelean ................... Jeflres, Trava ...................... Jeffries, Mary Linda ........ 78 Jeffries, Patricia ............ .................... Jenkins, Kenneth .......... John, Johnny ............, ohnson Danny ,....... 1 , Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Jones, B Donald .........., Eugene ...,......,.,. , Gerald Keith ....... , Geraldine ,........ , Noah ............,. , Ronald .,.,........ , William .......... Richard .......... etty Lou ..,..,...,. Jones, Carol Eileen .......... Jones Carol Jean ,.........,,. , Jonesj Charles Edward ....... Jones, Clyde.: .....,........... . Jones s Cornelia .,.........,. Jones, Dollle ...,,... Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones, Jones, Jones Jones , Don ...... , .,.,. .. Donald ....... Harriet .,............ , Josephine .,...,.......,. Kenneth .......,............ Lawrence Paul ...,..... , W. Wendell ....,...,. , Merrill ................ 178 ........91, 130, 84, 128, 164, 174 178 128, 147 146, 178, 179, 64 111 116 118 119 122 128, 129, 140, 84 .,,...,126, 157, 164, 180 . .... ,..... 1 33, 64 ........184, 188 .,,,...........64 ..,,.,...,.,96 ,,,...,,.,..........108 ........141, 148, 64 64 ..,.,.......,...129 64 ...91 118 120 194 178 .f ........ f .....f ...,...100 100 102 ---------------------------- , ......40 128 129 130 131 2 a 7 Our Congratulations and Best Wishes to THE CLASS OF 1946 THE BURCH GIFT SHOP 16 East Park Place Diamonds . Watches Jewelry HAYNES BROS. Established 1894 12 East Park Place . . North Page One Hundred Ninety-Five Congratulations AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES, INC. 13-15 South Fourth Street Ph e 2971 - 2972 Newark C pl Parts and Machine SI p S CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I946 QL QM C""7""'7 jones, jones jonesz jones, Robert Dale ,.......,, Robert john ............ Roland W., Dr ....... Thomas Richard .......... ........ , , 138 .........91, 85 126 127 Jones, Virginia ........................... .......... 1 31, 187 K Kaecher, Gloria Sue .................. ......,.. 8 5, 147 Kaecher, Io Ann ......,..............,... .......,.. 9 1, 128 Kaecher, Wilbur Donald ......... ........--.... 9 1 Kaiser, Joan Worth .........,...... .................. 6 4 Kaiser, Norma Jean .................,.......................... 85 129 Kalt, Betty Eileen ........ ........................,........... 9 1, 128 Kane, Richard ,.......... ........., 1 5, 19, 126, 156, 164, 64 Kane, Robert ............. .................................. 1 00, 102 Kappes, Marjorie .,....,........................................... 85, 147 Kasson, Emma Jean ............ 85, 135, 145, 147, 178, 180 Kasson, William ........i..................................................- 91 Kathary, Dale ,..........................,..,....................... 135, 64 Keaser, Betty Jo Ann .....,............................................ 91 Keclcley, Rita Io ....,..............,..,........... 91, 125, 138, 147 Kefauver, jo Ann ........ 19, 85, 135, 145, 147, 153, 178 Keinath, jerry ..,............,...................................... 85, 127 Keinath, Joyce ..,...........,.................,...........,................. 96 Keller, Paul Thomas .......... Kelley, Marjorie Jean .,....... 178 ........91, 138, Kelley, William .........,..... ..................... 6 5 Kibler, Mary Louise ..,.,.. .......,.......... 8 5 Kidd, Betty ....,...,............... ............ 1 08 Kiger, George Robert ........ .................. 9 1 Kiger, Wilbert .....,.,,.,,,,... .....,,.. 9 6, 104 Killinger, Sue ....,.......... ............ 1 10 Kincaid, Jack .....,... ................ 1 08 King, Kenneth ........... .....,.................... 9 1, 164 King, Larry ................. ...........,.......................... 9 8 King, Robert .................... .....,.................,....... 1 26, 133 Kingery, Gordon R .......... ........ 4 0, 116, 120, 123, 180 Kinneer, Ruby Lou ......... ..................... 9 1, 131, 137 Kinney, Donald ......,....,...... ....,............................ 1 04 Kinney, George William ........ ..................... 8 5 Kinney, Karl ...,..........,.,.....,. ................ 9 1, 164 Kinney, Mary ........,.,..,.... ................... 1 52, 65 Kirk, Barbara, ................... ....... 1 36, 137, 152, 65 Kirk, Robert .................,....,.....,........................,.......... 108 Kitchen, Theodore Wade ....,................,..,.............. L ..,. 65 KOIHHU, Patricia Ann ,........... 15, 85, 135, 142, 145, 147 Korb, Betty Lou ..............,...,,.,.............,...,................ 108 Kornman, Christine .....,.,............................................ 104 Koveleski, Carol Katherine ..,..... 85, 135, 138, 140, 152 Kovreg, Gizella ........,................................... 85, 147, 178 Kreager, Bryon ...........................,.,..,. 174, 175, 176, 65 Kreager, Donald ,... 15, 19, 111, 157, 143, 164, 174, 65 Krieg, Sarah S .,,,,,..............................,,.........,............. 40 Kuppinger, Shirley Irene ...................,..,............. 85, 147 Kurtzhalz, Jeanne Ann .......... .,.,...,...,.. 9 1 Kvintus, Marie ......,..,.,.,,......... .,....... 1 00 Kyle, Calvin ...........,.............,..... .......,........ 1 74 L Lacy, David ............,,.,............... ...,.., 1 21, 128, 65 Lake, Virgil ..................,......... ................... 1 01 Lally, Richard Charles .......... ........................ 9 1 Lambert, Betty Io ...................,.................... 85, 130, 147 Lambert, Burrell jr., ..............,....................,........ 91, 176 Lammers, Esther Elizabeth ..................,............. 91, 129 Lammers, Margaret ..........,. 19, 31, 53, 118, 119, 120, 122, 144, 141, 65 Lamson, Shirley .....,.. ,.........,......,........ .............. 1 0 4 Lancaster, Gene ,....... .......................,.. 1 04 Landis, Wilma Mae ...... ......... 9 1, 130 Lane, Annabelle .....,.. ............101 Lane, Harold ................ .,............,...,........,.......... 9 7 Lane, VVillis Clyde .,....... ..,......,,,.,............,............... 8 5 Lange, Edgar .......,......, .......... 1 26, 157, 139, 164, 65 Langdon, Mary ,....... .....,....,,,.,,,........,..,.,,,.....,.... 1 10 Larimore, john ....,.... .....,,..........,,.,,,,,,,,.,....... 1 08, 110 Larimore, Wanda .......,.,...,.. 11, 122, 142, 144, 178, 65 Laugherty, Clarita ...... ....,,,,,...,......,,.............,....,... 1 30 Laughery, Norma ......,., ...............,.......,,.,,,,,.. 8 5, 147 Laughlin, Patricia ........ ......... 8 5, 147 Lavellc, Betty ................. ............ 1 01 Lavellc, William ....,.,.,....... .....,... 1 76 Laverty, Claritta Belle ........ Lavin, Helen .........,..,,,.,,, ...,....85 .......40 The LICKING LAUNDRY CO. Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning F urriers Phone 4045 GEORGE PFEFFER Clothier 0 44 North Third Street .... Newark, O. Page One Hundred Ninety-Seven Congratulations to CIass of 1946 B O R D E N 'S Dairy and Ice Cream Company Corner VVah1ut and Third Phone 4054 EIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE MARIETTA PAINT STORE from 39 W. Church St. Phone 4419 f ' Marietta Paints featuring Neumocle hosiery ' Enamels ' Varnislies Spofiiweafz . Glass li Kim' t 6 C ' Wallpaper UKLUUOIZ JXZLSS ' Painters, Supplies P g One Hundred Ninety-Eight Lawrence, James ......,....,....,..,..,..............,.... 91, 164, 166 Lawrence, Norma Jean ..........., 78, 111, 118, 119, 122, 143, 144, -65,-.A Lawson, Kathleen Marie .,......,....................,.,.... 91, 131 Lea, Ursula .,.......,,..... 78, 111, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 140, 149, 150, 65 Leach, James .,.....,..... ...........,,.............,...........Y........ 9 8 Lecky, Hugh ,.........,..,... .....,............,..............., 1 01 Le Master, Wanda ......... ..................... 6 6 Leslie, Henry ....,.............,. .............. I 22, 66 Leslie Ivory .,........,.......,...,.,. ....... 1 33, 179, 66 Leslie, Robert Alexander ...........,,, ........,......,., 9 1, 166 Levingston, Kathleen ..,,..............,..,......,...,............... 106 Lewis, Evelyn ....................................,...........,..... 85, 147 Lewis, Mary Jane ..,,........ 78, 111, 116, 121, 122, 142, 178, 66 Lewis, Maurice Eugene ...,.,,........,.........,................,... 85 Leiber, Richard ....................... ,........... .... ,... 8 5 Lightle, Doris Virginia ...,,,,...,..., .. ,.......,,..,,..... 85, 147 Lightner, Marguerite Aileen ........, .,........ 9 1, 133, 178 Lindemann, Claire .,.,,..............,.. .......,.,,...........,,,.. 9 1 Lingefelter, Alice Ann ............ .............,........ 8 5, 147 Linn, Marion Frances .,,..,.,.. ,,.,....,......,,.,,,,..,...,..... 9 1 Litten, Keith Arlen ....,,.,... ..,....,. 9 1, 156, 164, 166 Litten, Lois ....,................. ....,,,,...,.......,..,..,... 1 04 Littleton, Beverly Ann ,... ......, ................,....,..... 6 6 Livingston, Kathleen ..,......,.,,,.,,. ......,,. 1 05 Livingston, Richard William ...,........,.......,.........,..,.... 92 Litzinger, Alta Jean .,.................,....... ,,......,.,,.....,.,.,,,... 9 2 Lloyd, Carol Ann ......,. 111, 121, 122, 142, 144, 139, 178, 66 Loar, Lois .......................,,.......,... 31, 85, 135, 145, 147 Logan, Frank .........,.....,,....,. .......,..,...,.,..,,,,........,,..,. 6 6 Lomas, Thomas Henry ....,,, ,,,,,,.......,,,,.,,,,,..,..,,,.,. 9 2 Long, A B ........,,........,,..,.. ......,.. 1 9, 39, 158, 176 Lore, James .......,.............,.... .....,.............,,..,...... 9 2 Loughman, Gloria Jean ,...... ........................... 9 1 Love, Evelyn .......,........1....... ,....,........,.. 1 08, 110 Love, James Edward .,...,... .................,........... 1 20 Lovell, William ,.......,....... .............,..................,. 8 5 Lowry, Patricia .....,........ ......... 8 5, 118, 125, 142 Luby, Donna ,.......,.. .............,,....... 1 46, 66 Luby, Richard .......,.... Lubar, Loren Lee .....,,...... Lugar, Mildred ..,.................. Lugenbeal, C. Durwood ....,.... Lugenbeal, Robert E ........... Luther, Kathleen ............., Lynskey, Dorothy ............... Lyons, Imogene .,,........,,..... ..... Mc McAfee, Marjorie .,......,........,,, .... McCai'ferty, Charlene .....,,... McCafferty, Jack Edward ....,.. McCann, Pattie Sue ........,... McCartney, Betty ............ 124 .,.....85, 133, 180 122, 143, 139, 66 66 McClain, Robert ..,...... McCleary, J. S ....,..............,..,........... McCracken, Patricia ..,...,. 85, 118, 1 31, 145, 9 McCreary, Kenneth ......,.......,...................., 9-, 40 142 McCreary, Pauline ,........ ...,..... McCreery, John K ......... a s x 147, 1 18, 144, 136, McClurg, Jerry ......,,.,.,...... McDonald, James ....,.....,.,.... McDonald, Mary Ann ......... McDonald, Robert ......,... McFarland, George .......... McGarry, Betty Jean ......... 147 U92 120 H38 178 120 145 137 ,,.....,.119, 126, 67 .........92, 147, 173 ....,........,,146, 67 McGaughy, Ralph .......,...,.,........,,...,.........,.. 127, 138, 67 .,......92, 137, 147 McGinnis, Julia .,............,.......,........... Mclntire, Dan Stewart .... 78, 111, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 133, 135, 67 McIntosh, Lewis ......,..,..,...............,,,.......,,......,......... 106 Mclnturf, Beatrice ...,.....,........,..............,,....,...... 92, 128 McKeand, Clyde ........,..,.... 111, 122, 126, 133, 135, 67 McKenna, Terrance .....,............................,..,.............. 106 McKinney, Norma ...............,.............,........................ 108 McKnight, Mary ........................ ,.,........................ 9 7 McLeishe, Elizabeth Ann .......... ......... 9 2, 128, 133 McMannus, Carlene ............... ...................... 1 01 McMannus, June ..........,.,..... ,....,............ 1 09 McMillen, Edwin Gene ......,.. .......85 Q. "-.,x sfo -5 Q 60794. ffr V ini 1' . ,X v ' 5 . 1 ' BUYING A or just LooK1Nc l I YOU,RE ALWAYS 1 -4 WELCOME AT . 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Main Street COATS, DRESSES and MILLINERY BLOUSES and SWEATERS NEWARK, OHIO Phones 2264-2269 5 A PgTHdd McMullen, Jessie ......... ..-------------- 6 7 McNabb, Jean .......... .................-.A----.-. 1 33, 67 McNabb, Dick ..........,.. ..........-....,......-v-.-..--.------- 9 2 McPeek, Betty Jean ........ ..Y...... 9 2, 124, 130, 138, 147 McPeek, Ross ...................,. .,............,.........,......--.-.- 1 01 McVey, Marjorie Ruth ......... .......v................... 8 5, 146 McVey, William Edward ......,.. ....... 9 2, 133 M MacDonagh, Thora ,................ ,, ,.......,................,..,.,,. U99 MacFarland, James ........,......,...........,........................ 105 Mackenzie, Barbara Jean .... 122, 142, 144, 139, 178, 67 Mackenzie, Peggy Louise ...............,....,.,............. 92, 178 NacNealy, Sue .......,..,.,.,.,............................................. 97 MacPherson, Doris ...........,................,.,....................... 97 Macy, Robert .... 15, 31, 78, 122, 124, 126, 135, 180, 67 Maidel, Robert Frederick .....,.............,,,.,...,,.........,... 92 Mairer, John Gilbert .,..,........,...........,..................,,...... 92 Markis, John ..............,.........,, 76 Malloy, Dorothy ......... ..,,,....92, 166, 1 146 178, 67 ,...,.,.9z, 147, 178 '-"'-- a Marple, Betty Alice ....... ' Marriott, Jack ,................. . ..,...........,........, 97 Markham, Katherine .......... ..,..,............................... 1 09 Martin, Barbara .............. ..................,................,.... 1 05 Martin, James .....,.......... .............. 8 5, 118, 124, 132, 140 Martin, John William ....... ,.,...,..,..,,.....,...,.,............. 8 5 Martin, Juanita June ....... .,.....,....,...... 8 5, 131, 173 Mason, Ed ................... ..................... 1 27 Mason, Frances .,..... .........,.....,. 1 01 Mason, George ......... ............. 8 5 Mason, Ruth Ann .,....... .............. 1 01 Massalas, Anna ......,. Master, Durwood .,.,,.... .......92, 147 .,,.,......101 Mathie, Robert ,.,...... .Y........... 9 2 Matz, Betty Jean ........ ....... 9 2, 130 Meacham, Donald .......... ............. 9 2 Meckley, David .......,.,.,..... ....... 1 05 Meckley, Richard ..................,......,................................ 67 Meisenhelder, Marjorie .......,...,.......,..............,............. 98 Melton, Richard .....,.,...............................,.........,...,.... 101 Mercer, Herron .....,...........,.. 85, 121, 138, 140, 150, 180 Messick, Gene ............. ......,...,,...,..----....--.------...--.--- 1 74 Messinger, Betty ............ ...................,.... 1 36, 137, 68 Messino, Rose Marie ....... Metcalf, Pauline ............ Miller, Miller, Miller Arthur ............. Arthur F ............. Barbara Jean ......... Miller: Betty Louise ....,.,.... 10 .........92 .....,...92, 68 85 68 85 68 Miller, Gary ........................... Miller, David Charles ,........ .........,.........,............. Miller, David Joseph .,.,..... ....... 1 26, 138, 180, Miller, Don Edward ...,,.... ............................. Miller, Dorothy Jane ...... .......................... Miller, Eugene ............ ........ 1 64, 175 Miller, Evelyn Jean ....,.,. .....,.......... 6 8 Miller, J. Hobart ....,..,.. ............................. 2 4 Miller, Jacqueline ........ ........................ 9 2, 131 Miller, Jane .,,,.,,,.,...,.., ....... 1 11, 122, 142, 144 Miller, Joyce Marie ......,.. .............,.....,.... 1 46, 68 Miller, Marilyn Anita ....... ..,................. 1 30, 68 Miller, Robert .....,.......... ............. 9 2 Miller, William .............. ....... 1 05 Millisor, Lloyd G ............... ......... 2 5 Miner, Shirley ....................... ....... 1 05 Mitchell, Margaret Ann ....... ....,.... 8 5 Moats, Mary .,..,.,....,.....,..... .,........, 1 01 Moifitt, Ellis ...,....................... ................ 9 2 Montgomery, Mary Jane ......... ....... 9 2, 133 Moon, Donald ....................... .....,..... 1 01 Moore, Harold ..,...,.,..,,,..... .......,..,...... 1 01 Moore, Marcia Louise ......... ....................... 9 2 Moore, Wayne Frederick ......... ......... 9 2, 164, 166 Moran, Betty June .................. ..,...... 9 2, 129, 147 Morehouse, Constance Ann ....,.,. ...................... 8 5, 147 Morgan, Irma Lynne .....................,..........., 85, 142, 145 Morgan, Louada M ........,................., 38, 134, 146, 148 Morin, Eleanor Joan ............................ 85, 118, 120, 145 Morin, Gene Douglas ,....... 53, 78, 118, 119, 120, 122, 133, 68 Morrow, Beatrice Ann ,,........................ . ........,............ 85 Morrow, Roger Wayne ..,.... ....................,............... 9 2 Morrow, Thomas Leroy ....... ......... 1 22, 135, 141, 68 The SPARTA Since 1900 Serving Good Things To Eat If It,s TIRES You Want S E E WOLFE The Tire Man R O A D S E R V 1 G E 61-63 North Third Street Phone 2740 Newark, Ohio Page Two Hundred One Congratulations To the Class of 1946 and Best Wishes for Future Happiness and Success The GIFT BOX 23 Arcade Thelma Tinnen Crossland ' Compliments From Your RCA Dealer MCKIM SUPPLY CO. 58 South Second St. Phone 3326 REAL ESTATE H OWA R D 'S G. 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Naylor, joseph Leroy ,....., Neal, Caryl Elizabeth ........ Neal, Margaret ....,.,......,...,................. Neckly, Lulu ....,................................ Nees, Mary Edith ........ 117, 122, 1 Neff, Mary C .,,.,,.,......,...... Nethers, Elizabeth .,...,....... Nethers, Norma jean .......... Newman, Janet Gaynor... Newman, Jean Foy ...,.... Nice, Blaine ...........,....,.,..,. Nichols, Charlotte Ellen ....... ...... Nichols, Jim Meredith ........ Nichols, Mary Lou ............ Noblick, James .............. Norman, Katherine ..,,.... Norris, Paul Edward .....,. Nunnely, Lincoln ..,...... Nunnely, Mardell ....... Nusskern, Martin .....,.,, Nye, Carol Mae ......, ...,,,. ,,,,,, Nye, Herbert ......., ..,,.. Oakleaf, Kenneth .,...,.,.,.....,,,,, Oakley, Ernest .......,......,.....,,, Oatman, Harold ...,............. O,Brien, William Jennings ....... O,Conner, Virginia Mae ...,...,.. Oder, Richard Don ........... Offenbaker, George ...,.,,.... Ogle, Donna .......,..,.,... Oiggle, Pattie .....,........ Opp, Doris M .,,..... Orr, Frances ..................,. Orr, Helen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Osborn, Mildred Louise... Otterman, Nancy ............... Ours, Glen ...,.................. Overstreet, Geraldine ........ Owen, jack .....,,.,........... Oxley, Virginia ........... Padar, Richard Louis .............. Page, Billie jean ..,.,.,,,,.,. Palm, jack ..,,,,.,,,.,....,,,, Pancaw, Nancy .........., Parker, Ioan Byrd ....... Parker, Patricia ....,...... Parlet, Charlotte .......,...,... 192,129,13s,147 .111s5, 127 .11111192 1111111185 .11185,1s6 32, 133, 143, 144, 139,146,69 .111192,16o,147 111111192,147 .1111114z,69 111111111111165 .1111111111111s5 .1111111111111o5 .85,1l8,142,145 .111111111111169 .111192,16o,14s 156,164,166 106 175 .11,11111192,133 .144,146,180,69 ,111111111111197 .111192 .11111111106 111111139,127 .uunh124,127,69 .111.129, 134, 69 11111o5, 106 .1111.163, 69 1111111s5,1ss 1111111111111s8 nunn129,134,69 .11111111111o9 .11111111169 1111197 .1111119s .11192,129 .111111o1 .1111o5 .1111111119z .1111145,147 1111111192 .11UNN101 .111192 .111101 1111191 Passman, I. T, Capt ......,........ .,,,,,,..,....,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,, 3 0 Patrick, Patrick, Patten, Patten, Patton, Patton, Patton, Patton, Patricia Marilyn .....................,...,....,,,... ,..,,,.,., 9 2 Robert .......,...........,.......,....,,....,....,....,,.... 92, 175 Sharon ...,.............,,.,..,,,.. Thalla ......,. .... Gordon ................. Ioan F ...,.....,.,.....,,,. Loueda Wynette ......... Vemona ................... 1 Paul, James ..............,..,...., Peffers, Charles ....... Peffers, Russell .......,.. Penick, Betty .........,,,,,.,,, Penick, Edwin Leslie ...... Penick, Georgeann ...,...... 122,129,142,146,69 131 .11111111111111192, 1-1111111111111111o6 121 .1114o, .1Uu92,128 ,11111169 1111169 1111111111111o9 111111111111111o9 .111119,1so,164,7o . ..........,................... 85 ORNELL MEN'S WEAR 24 NORTH PARK NEVVARK, OHIO CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1946 FURNITURE RUGS STOVES SAM ALBAN 57-59 West Main Street Congratulations to the CLASS or 1946 JEAN FROCKS, nc Compliments To The Class of 1946 F I LL I N N Anna Van Winkle, Owner Page Two Hundred Three Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1946 Kent Flower Store Cut Flowers Potted Plants Floral Designing STORE.: 28 West Church Street Phone 6523 BOSTON STORE For Complete Line Of Wearing Apparel For Every Member Of The Family Everything In Insurance and Real Estate SERVICE C. D. 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Perdue, June Esther ..............,.....,......................, 92, 178 Perdue, Robert .................... 31, 122, 126, 135, 142, 70 Perdue, Virginia ......... ........,..................................... 9 7 Perry, Charles ................ ..........................,,............. 1 01 Perry, Ray .,..,...........,....,,., ,......,...................,... 1 01 Peterson, Clyde William ....... ....... 9 3, 124, 138, 180 Pethel, Mary Lou ...,......,.., ....,....... ,.....,.......... 8 5 Pethel, Ruth A .......,......, .,.,..,,................ 1 05 Petrey, Bernadine ...,... ....... 1 38, 178 Petrey, Shirley .,........... .............. 1 09 Pettit, Rita Lou ..........,.,,..,. . .......... 109 178 Pfefler, Kathryn Joan ............ Phillips, Florence Marie ......... .......92, Phillips, Patricia Lou ..............,,.,.........,.............. 93, 178 Phillips, Wilbur ....,..........................................,.,,..,...... 93 Piccirilli, Caroline .......,,..... 119, 124, 143, 144, 146, 70 Piche, Joan Arlene .,........................ 93, 129, 138, 147 Pickering, Charlotte ..........,,.....,......,,...,............ 105, 106 Pickering, Mary Lou ............. Pierce, Charles Edward ......... Pierce, James Edwin ,.,....... Pinkerton, Caroline ...,.... Pipes, Rollie .,...,......,,,, Place, Wanda Lou ,,..... Plaine, Poling, Ponser, Porter, Porter, Porter, Porter, Joan Ruth ........ Ruth ............. Helen ........ Glen .......... Jack .,.,........,.. Phyllis ....,.,... Stanton .......... Post, Barbara Ann ....... Post, Robert ,........,,... Potts, Billy ...,............ Pound, Pound, Pound, Pound, Pound, Powell, Powell, Powell, Powell Charlene ........, Gerald ......... Harold ......... June .............,.., Robert Lee ........ Awanna Lou ..,....... Jane ........,.........., Phyllis .,........,. William .....,,. Price, Betty ..,.,,..., Price, Ruth ........,,,,.,. Priest, Clayton ....,.,... Priest, Joseph ....,.,....... Priest, Norma Jean ......... Pritchett, Phyllis .,..,.....,,, Prouty, Renna Louise ......., Provin, Jerry Leon .......... 127 138 166 147 110 ...,...35, 128, . ....... 93, ..,.....109, ...,........86 ...........,.,..,...103 ,.......86, 130, 147 ..,..............106 ..,,...101 .........86 .............86 .4 ...... 86, 147 ,...........93 .........70 .,,.,..103 .........97 ........,97 ....,,.106 .........97 93 128 133 ffffffssf 110 Pyle, Patricia ...,.,,.,.,,,,, ,,,.,,, ,,,,,., R Radcliffe, Phyllis ..,...,...,.,,..,.,... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 9 3, 130 Radu, Constance ....,.,... ...,.., ...,,,,..,,,,.. 9 3 , 128, 147 Radu, John ....,............,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, 86, 176 Raikin, Shirley Ann ..,,,,,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86, 139, 145, 147 Raison, James ...,,.......,,,,..,,,,.,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,1,,,,, 105 Raison, Mary Ellen .... 117, 122, 144, 139, 146, 178, 70 Rambo, Jerry .............,..,,..,.........,,..,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.. 101, 102 Ramey, Robert .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93 Rector, Lawford James .....,....................i.,......... 86, 127 Ranck, June .,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 106 174, 70 Reber, John ........ 31, 121, 122, 126, 133, 135, Redd, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93, 113 Redman, Charles Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86 Redman, Emma Lou ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9 3, 129 Redman, Joyce ..........,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 09 Reed, Joan .........,...........,.... ........ 1 78, 180 Reid, Sonny ..,............,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 05 Rehbeck, William Louis ....... Reinbeau, Lloyd Leroy ......... 128 Reinhard, Al Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 86, 126, Renard, Charles Roger ,...,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 64 Rennecker, Marjorie .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 09 Restorick, Thomas ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , H31 Retherford, Richard Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93, 166, 176 Reusser, James Roger ............,,,. 82, 86, 118, 123, 132, Renard, Robert ......,,..,,,, , 122, 126, 133, 135, 70 143, 150 109 Rian, Shirley Eileen ....... ......,.. 1 29, 138, 140, 70 Compliments Of W. T. GRANT CO. Newarkis Exclusive Hat Shop GAGE HAT SHOP 28 West Main Street Newark, Ohio ABBOTT'S Shoes for All the Family Fitted by X-Ray 3 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Sincerest Best Wishes to the Class of 1946 H. L. A R T , 18 North Park Place DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Page Two Hundred Five Congratulations to the Graduating Class C 8t B N E W S Compliments Of CRISS BROS. 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Rickles, Tommy .......,..,. ..,....93, 131, 151 178 128 101 105 f1ffff199,"18li,4'1l18', 70 131 .............101 Rickus, Mary Jean .............. ....Y................. 1 46, 70 Ridenbaugh, Lena ...,.............. ..........1...,...,.....,........ 1 01 Ridenaur, Mary Jane Jones .............,.. 136, 137, 146, 71 Ried, Joan ...........,,..,....,,.....................,,..Y.......... 131, 147 Riley, Carlos .......................... 19, 31, 126, 132, 176, 71 Riley, James Paul ,,.......... 15 Riley, N ancy .............. . Rine, Bonnie Mae ........ Ritchey, Alice ............ Rivitz, Suzanne .....,... Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Alva V ......,, Coralie .......,. Donald ,....... Roberts, Jackie ,.,....,... Roberts, Roberts, Roberts Jerry ............... Kenneth ..,...,,.. Mary Jean .....,... , Robertson, Mamie ...,... Robinson, Bill ..,..,...... Robinson Robinson , Robinson, Robinson Robinsonj Rodgers, Rodgers, , Donna ....,..,.. Ed ar ................ Grace ............,.. Minerva ...... EveFyn .....,.............. George Walter ....., Mary Ann ...,..... Rogcers, Doris Alice ..... .... 81, 86, 156, 165, 164, 169, 174 .,.,.,.93, 131, 147 ........98, 138, 178 127 188, 151 fffffffj86f'118,"198," 105 133 ..,,.......86, 131, 147 178 ........141, 178, 180, 71 ..........101 ..,.,...93 .......,93 ...........93 ......,...,..101 ................101 ....,,....86, 128 R01 e, Daniel .....,,......... ........... .--- 9 7 Roley, Beverly ,...,..... .......... 1 10 Rolf, Fred ............ ......---- 1 05 Roof, Eileen .................. ...................................--....-- 1 09 Rose, Shirley ............,.......,..................................------- 110 Rossel, William Harry .....,.. 86, 157, 165, 164, 171, 174 Royster, William, Jr ......................................,......,....... 93 Rowe, Joanne ................ ......... 1 05 Rudolf, Lawerence ,,..... ...,....,, 1 01 Rusick, Anna ................... .......... 1 05 Russell, Carol Jean ......... ........ 9 3 Russell, Wayne ........................................................-- 105 Ruton, Bernard .....,.................................................... 101 Ruton, James Richard ,...........,.................. ,..... .........,... 8 6 Ryan, Betty Jean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111, 119, 122, 142, 144, 71 Ryan, Edward ............................,................................. 97 Ryan, Richard VVright ..,............,.................................. 93 S Sandrum, Larry ,,.....,,' Sands, Alice .....,.,.., Saporito, Rosalie ....... ........148, 178, 179, 71 Satterfield, Jerry ........ ,.............................. 1 74, 176, 71 Satterfield, Linda ,.,..................................... 93, 130, 147 Schaller, Don ................ 15, 156, 165, 164, 169, 174, 71 Schaller, Jack .....................,.......................................... 93 Schenk, Carl ....,......,.................,.......,............................ 93 Schenk, Charles Frederick ,..,.................... 93, 124, 166 Schenk, Richard .................... 15 86, 126, 165, 169, 176 Schick, Ray ......,..............................,.. 102, 157, 158, 164 Schlosser, Bonnie .......... ...............................,....... 1 09 Schlosser, Jacqueline ....... Schmitt, Glenn .,...,,....,,,..,.. , Schmitt, Harry William .......,,. Schmutzler, Molly Ann ...... Schonnar, Carol Gene ......,... Schuler, Charles .....,.,......... Scott, Dolores ....,..........,. Search, Roger Mac ..,.,,.... Seiter, Richard ...,............. Sennett, Ellen Lee ......... Sessor, Frank ...........,.... Shackleford, Don ...,....., Shaffer, Eleanor ........ 71 ..,......,105 ..........125 71 ............,...105 ,....,....93, 138 .......101 Say It With Flowers HALBROCDKS FLORISTS We Grow Our Own Flowers Store Phone 3171 12 E. Church Street Greenhouse Phone 5028 286 N. Cedar St. Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association We Congratulate the Class of 1946 BRUCKER'S SERVICE STATION Fairfield Avenue and Mt. 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Visit Our Fountain KREAGER 8K TOOTHMAN Drug Store 7 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Phone 4347 NEWARK LAUNDRY COMPANY 120 Cedar Street Phone 5086 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1946 Congratulations To the Class of 1946 GUTLIPH ond HENDERSON Service Page Two Hundred Eight Shalley, Willard ,..........A.... ..------- 1 06 Shannon, Ardella Mae .............v...v............,-.,..--,... ---- 1 31 Shannon, Irma ........,.......A.............,........,............-A- -.--, 1 31 Shannon, Robert ......., 121, 156, 165, 164, 170, 174, 71 Sharpe, Monnabelle ..,......................................,.. 133, 71 Shaw, Jack ......................,..........................................--. 86 Shaw, Raymond ........ .......--.....------- Sheets, Harold ........... ................,.... 9 3, 166, 175 Shell, Ruth .,,,,.,............. ........,..,........................---, 1 09 Shell, William Edgar ,.....,. ,.,..... 7 8, 117, 120, 121, 122, 132 142 72 Shepherd, Emmajean ,............. 122, 129, 142, 144, 146, 178, 72 Shepherd, Everett ...........,.................,............,............. 72 Sherman, Robert Eugene ....... .....,. 1 64, 180 Shields, Harold ................,...... ...........,....... 1 33, 72 Shields, Susan ........... I ................ ..,...................,...... 1 0 9 Shipley, Olive ...,.,.....................,.................................. 98 Shoemaker, Jacqueline Lou ............ 15, 144, 139, 146, Smith 178, 72 Shoemaker, Richard ............., ...................,........ 9 8 Shomaker, Emogene Lou ......... ......... 1 51 Shreve, Barbara ...........,.......,.. ....i....... 1 10 Siegle, Robert ..................., ........................ 7 2 Simi, Richard ......,..... ...............,....,................ 8 6, 176 Simpson, Arthur ....., .............,..,............,...,............... 9 3 Simpson, Barbara. ......... 116, 121, 122, 141, 178, 72 Simpson, Marjorie ....,...........,,...,.........,.......,...... 109, 110 Simpson, Orville ......,......,...................,.............,........ 109 Singer, Margaret Nancy ...........,,.,............. 93, 125, 130 sissea, Helen ........,... 31, 116, 119, 121, 134, 138, 139, 152, 178, 72 Sites, Eugene ..,.. ........................,...........................,.. 9 3 Slater, John ........... ......... 1 5, 157, 165, 164, 174, 72 Slay, David ............................................,...,................. 97 Slebodnik, Donna .............................,.,...........,........., 101 Slotterbeck, William .,..... ..........,...... 8 6, 127, 133 Smith, C. P ..........,........,... ,.,,,...,.... 4 0, 149, 150, 151 Smith, Darlene .....................,.............. 119, 134, 146, 72 Smith, Donald Logan ..............., 86, 156, 165, 164, 168 Smith, Donald Me vin .....,........ 93, 113, 116, 120, 123 Smith, Donald Russell .................,...,.......................... 93 Smith, Dorinda ....,,........,.... ,.....,..... 8 6, 130, 147, 178 Smith Dorothy .....,........, .......,,..,,....,............. 9 3 Smith, Dwight .......... .........,...,.............. 8 6 Smith, F. W ..............,,, .,,..,,.. ..41 Smith, George ..........,.....,,., ......,....... 9 3 Smith, Gloria ...,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ..,,,,,,,,,,..,,.. 2 6 Smith, Helen Elizabeth .......,.. ,,......................... 8 6, 142 Smith, Helen Vivian ......,.,.. ,,,,. ,,,,,.,,,,..,...,..,..... 1 1 9, 72 Smith, Juanita .,....,....,..... .,,.,,,,.,,,..,,,,..,......,,...,,....,,.. 9 7 Smith, Kenneth R ........ ........ 1 22, 126, 138, 176, 72 Smith, Margaret ,....... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.....,,,,..,.....,,,,.... 9 7 Smith, Margaret ........ ,,,..,,,,......,.,.....,......... 1 06 Smith, Martha ....... ,...... 8 6 Smith, Nell ......... ...,,............. 4 1 Smith, Norma .......... ,..,,......,....,,... 9 3 Smith, Phyllis ......,,...,... ....... 1 19, 146, 73 Smith, Robin Daniel .,...,,. ........ 1 27, 138, 73 Smith, Ruth .,.............,. ,,....................... 9 3 Smith, William .......... William ,.,,,,....... Smitley, Margaret ......... Smucker, Giles ....,............ Snedeker, Thomas .....,........ Snelling, Dorothy June ....... ..........86, 135, 145, 147 129 73 Snelling, Eugene .............. ,............... ...,.......... 1 2 7, 73 Snelling, Mary Lou ...,..... ......................................, 1 01 Snoor, Robert ..............,. .......... 1 9, 122, 124, 126, 73 Snoor, Violet .............. ........................,........... 1 05 Snow, Mildred ...,.,,.,..... .................,........ 9 3, 129 Soliday, Rose Marie ......... .................. 9 3 Spangler, A. C ............. .....,... 3 8, 134 Speer, Robert .......................... .........................,....,.. 1 09 Spencer, Ann ..i.....,.........,............,.,.Y............,............. 106 Spencer, Clarence ................,,....i..............,.......... 86, 124 Spencer, Frank ...,.... 118, 119, 121, 122, 123, 126, 140, 141, 142, 143, 149, 150, 73 Spicer, Joanne .,,.,,...................,..,.............,....,.............. 93 Springer, Doris ....... ..................,.,..........,,............ 8 7 St. Clair, M. C ..,.....,.. Stasel, Shirley .......... Stauch, Richard ......,. ........ 3 1, 126, 133, 135, 73 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1946 JOHNNIES BEAUTY SHOP McMICHAEL Music STORE Everything Musical 17 W. Church St. Compliments Of HOUSEHOLDER FUNERAL HOME Compliments Of MAY BOLD sHoE STORE 49 Hudson Avenue ' '9- Page Two Hundred Nine P H A RIS SERVICE STORE Telephone 2034 5th Sz W. Main S Newark, Ohio PH ARI S TIRES Accessories -- Batteries ts. Compliments to the CLASS OF 1946 S I N G E R Sewing Machine Co. Recapping , GEORGE WELSH Compliments of TIRE SHOP 29 South Fifth Street Newark, Ohio CO' Congratulations Phone 2242 to the Class of 1946 SEARS, ROEBUCK cmd COMPANY -Main Store -F arm Store -Catalog Sales Department O. D. HOLLAR AND SONS Maytag Washers Combustioneer Stokers Plumbing and Heating Plumbing that Stays, Service that Pays S PO RT C ompljcments SU ITS VANITY Beauty Shop To Make Yourself Dressy ancl Attractive THE HUB P Two Hundred Te Stebelton, Betty Marie ......,.. Stedman, June Joanne ,... . Steele, Jane .......A........... .... Steinberger, P. G ....,............ Steinhott, Donald .,................ Steinman, Geraldine ........ 15, Stevens, Betty Jane ......,....... Stevens, Betty Joan ...,... Stevens, Ruth H ......,........ Stewart, Ja uelyn Lou ........ Stewart, Roclmert Lee ........... Stewart, Robert Wayne ........ Stewart, Troy ..............,.... Stichter, Josephine .......... Stickle, Calude ........,............. Stickle, Stickle, Stickle, Stickle, Stickle Stille, 1 Dwight Leroy ..,......, Edward ...........,.... Ellen ........................ Jack Wesley .......,.. Walter ................,. Thomas .....,.,,...... Stockdale, Carolyn ....,..,..., Stoeckmann, George ........ Stokes, Coleen ..,............. Stough, Lois .........,...r.,.. Stradley, Edward ........, Stradley, Lucille ........ Strait, Eloise Lee ....... Strait, Hazel Mae .... Strait, Luella ....,.,. Strate, John ....,......, Street, Donald ........ Streton, Stanley ........, 118, 121, 123, 143, ' 178 128 109 ......,87, .......93, 144, 150, 178, 73 .,....,....93, 128 93 87 .......101 ..,.....,97 .........87 ,........87 .........97 .,,,.....93 ,..........105 ..............109 ..........87, 147 139 147 .....,.,.138, 138, 73 73 .93 133 143, 73 ........136Z 137,, 143, 73 """"1'3'8 H1374 .......109 Strutton, Stanley ....... ....... 1 01 Stuthard, Earl ............ ,.......... 1 06 Styers, Julia ,.,,.,....... , ....... 87, 147 Styers, Robert .,..,,...,..,.. .....,..............,... 1 09 Subora, Betty Ann .......,.,...... ........,............,.......,... 8 7 Sullivan, Patricia Joan .......... ....... 9 3, 128, 147, 151 Sullivan, Stanley ...................,. ..,...................,....... 8 7 Sutton, Frances Carleen ..,....... .................. 9 4, 128 Swan, Juanita ........,,......,,.,,,,. .,,,................. 1 05 Swan, Shirley .................,,.. ..,.............,......, 1 06 Swank, Edna ........ ,.....,.. 4 0, 141, 143 Swank, J. W ........ .............,...,..... 3 8 Swartz, Fred ..,.,... ,..,.,.,......... 8 7, 127 Swartz, JoAnn ...,..,. ,.,...,,..,..,.......,........ 9 7 Swartz, Macille ...,....... ,.,.......... .................. 1 0 9 Swartz, Mary Lou ...... ....... 136, 137, 146, 74 Szatsmary, Gisella .,..., .....,,.., ..........,.. 1 4 6, 178, 74 T Tabler, Joan ............,,...,,......,..,,...........,.,,...,..,............ 178 Tabler Ruth ..................................,...,.,.,... 87 131 178 Tait, Peggy .... 19, 111, 116, 118, 122, 142, 144, 178, 74 Tanner, Clay .......,.....,...................,....,.................,....,.. 94 Tanner, Donald .........,..........,.........,,.................. 105, 106 Tate, Juanita ....,,....................,..................................... 87 Taylor, Harland ............................................................ 97 Taylor, Margaret ............ ...,.................,....................,. 1 05 Taylor, Patricia ............ 19, 82, 87, 145, 147, 153, 178 Taylor, Sue .....,................................,,.......................... 97 Teagarden, David William .....................,..,,..,........... 94 Teagarden, Robert ,...,.............. .............. 1 26, 74 Terrell, Macita ......,..,.,.,.....,. ........, 8 7, 147, 178 Teuscher, James .,.......,..,... ....................... 9 4 Thomas, Frank Earl ...,......... ................ 9 4, 124, 138 Thomas, Harvey Leonard ...............,...................,..,..... 74 Thomas, Shirley .,,......................... 87, 135, 145, 147, 178 Thompson, Alvin Lee ...... ,...........,.....................,.. 9 4 Thompson, Bonnie .,,.,,......,,..... .,..,..,,...................... 1 05 Thompson, Glen Harry ,.............. ................,.,...,......- 9 4 Thompson, John .,....,........................................... 127, 74 Thompson, Maggie Marltra ....................,,..,............... 94 Thorn, Thorp, Suzanne .,.,....,......, 19 Ruth .......,......,.......... Tignor, Ruby Pearl ....... Traicoif, Dimitri ......... Trimble, Betty .....,.. Tripp, Betty .,.,.............,. Tripp, James .......,............. Truex, Gerald Robert ....,..... 1 87, 121, 135, 145, 152, 153, 178, 180 130 ..........94, 16, 21 HCDLLAND FURNACE Co. Heating and Air Conditioning Systems For the Home Furnaces Vacuum Cleaned GEORGE FLOWER, Branch Mgr. 44 South Second St. Phone 2976 Compliments Of PO U N D's FLOWER SHOP Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1946 THE McDONNELL SHOE sToRE Quality Shoes AN INSTITUTION Devoted to the Selling of FINE FOODS For More Than Half a Century MU R P H Y'S Fooo MARKET Established in 1886 Page Two Hundred Eleven NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORE 25-27 South Park Place NEWARK, OHIO Drink . -. . 9 . . . . In Bottles C O C A - C O LA BOTTLI NG WORKS Phone 5049 Newark, Ohio Five Registered Pharmacists To Fill Your Doctoris Prescriptions EVANS' TWO DRUG STORES North Side Square East Side Square Compliments Of HACKNEY'S . MARKET Page Two Hundred Twelve Tucker, Joanne Mary ......., Turk, Betty Louise .,,...r. Turner, Jean Romona ........ Turner, Phyllis ....,.......... Turner, Rose Marie ....... Tyhurst, Margaret .......... .......... U Ulery, Marjorie ....... ......,.... Ulrich, William ....,,...,. Utterbeck, Janet ........ V Vaiea, Lulu .......... ....,..... Vaiea, Pauline ......... Vaiea, Ted ......,.,....,.....,.........,.. Vaiea, John George ............, VanderHoven, Mona Jane ......... VanFleet, Barbara .,........,............ Van Horn, Billie Lou ,.........,.,.... 131 11.194, 130, 1 1111122,135, .111119,144, 32,133 199,74 139,74 94, 131 fS1f37fi3Sf145,147 ,111111111111111137 11n1122,135,141 74 11111111111111110 05, 106 , ,....,......,. 106 , ..,.,,........, 109,110 127, 74 109 ...11119, 94, 153, 178 87 Van Horn, Frances Louise ......,......................... 94, 128 Van Horn, John Garfield ..,......... 87, 164, 174, 175, 180 Van Horn, Robert W .................,.,...,................... 94, 128 VanNVey, Lillian ......,....,.... ..,...., 8 7, 130, 147, 178 VanNess, Talbott ......,. .....,......,..,......,.,... 1 09 Van Winkle, Emma ......,, ,..................,.,., 1 01 Varasso, Eugene ,.,...,,...,... .......,............. 1 05 Varner, Dorothy Eileen ..,..., ,......, 1 29, 180, 74 Varner, Eunice .,,....,.,....,,.., .........,...,....... 1 01 Vermilion, Ann ......,,.,,.,, Vermilion, Dolores .......... Vermillion, Jean .....,....... Vermillion, Juanita .,...... Vermillion Vermillion, Phyllis ......,,,. Vermillion, Shirley .......... Victor, Eil , Newton ........ een. ...,...., . .... Vogel, Dona ...,............,., VonSchriltz, Donald .,,,..,,.,,,, W Waddell, Norma ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Waggoner, Margaret ..,.,., ,..,. Wagner, Marybelle .,,..,.. VVaitt, Caroline ..,..,.,.. Waldeck, Ramona ,,...,,,., Waldeck, Royal Ruby .,..... Waldren, Dorothy .,........ Walker, Eleanor ,,..,.,,.,...,..,,,,,,,,,,. Walker, James Richard ,,,..,......... Walker, Patricia Suzanne .... 1 Walker, Virginia Ruth ....,,......,,.,. Wallace, Elsie Jean ...,....1..,,..... Walters, Perry Edward ......... Walters, Raymond .............,., Wanamaker, John Arlo .,...,,,. VVarehan, Don Eugene ,........,,. Warmen, Cathrine Joanne .......... 101 .11137 178 101 ff1f1iS6f175 1111111194 .1nn87,127 111137, 147, 173 Hf1111194f 178 .1111129 ..87 178, 75 121, 144, 139, 178, 75 .1un143,144, 146,75 94,164 87, 138 94, 128 Warner, Bill ..,....,...............,....., .,.,.......,,..........., 1 19, 75 Warner, Dolores .................... ......., 8 7, 138, 147, 178 Warrick, Glenn .............. ...,.,......................... 1 09 Warrington, Barbara ......... ............................... 1 01 Warthen, Cherie .,......,.... ,,..... 1 5, 144, 139, 146, 75 Warthen, Jane ..,.,........... ,...........,.... 3 1, 136, 75 Watson, Donn Frank ..,...... 1 .. .....,..... 94, 124 Watson, Gene ,..........,...... .............. 1 06 Watson, Nevil ...........,......, ............. 9 4 Watson, Ruth Marie ......... Watts, WVilliam .,.,....,,.... Weakley Mary ............ Weaver, Charles ...,..,. Weaver, Dalma ,....,, Weaver, George ..,.... Weaver, Mary .,...... 127 11...87, .1111..101 ,1111111175 174,176 .111111111111111101 177 WVeaver, William ,,,......,.,,......,..... Webb, Marilyn ....,.......,.,.....,,,,..... YVebb, Phyllis .... 19, 130, 140, 145, 147, 153, 178, YVeed, Dolores .....,...,..,..............,. Weekley, Betty ....,.....,..,...........,.. WVeekley, Dorothy ..,...... NVeekley, June .......,.... Weekley, Lulu ...,,.,.....,.,. WVeirick, Caroline ....,.... 178 75 111113o,146 1 111194,130 Compliments of Welch, Sam ,..,.... Weller, David ....,,. Weller, james ....,.... Wells, Charles .........,. Welker, Marilyn ,,...... VVessinger, Anna ......... Westbrook, Wanda ..,, Westfall, Corabelle ...... Westlake, Bonnie .,....,...... Wetzel, Marjorie .......,, Wetzel, Paul Edward ......... Wheeler, Denny ..,,,,,,.. Whipple, Marjorie ...... White, Evelyn ............ White, jean ............,..,..,.. Whitehead, Geraldine ........ Whitehead, June ........, .....,....87, 124, 126 .....,.,.146, 75 ..........37, 178 ,,,....,..,....94 .......,109, 110 ,,,,.,,,,,,.,..94 ,.........109 ...,......106 ........67 ,,,,........94 75 Whitehead, Marie .,..,... .........-..v...................,.. 8 7 Whitis, Norma ,,,,,,,,.,. ..,....,.........,.... 1 29, 146, 178, 75 Whitt, Dorothy ...........,,.,...,............... 136, 137, 146, 76 Wigton, Sue ....................,................................Y.......... 110 Wilhelm, Leonard G., Lt. Cjgi ............,,...............4.... 30 Wilkin, Henry ......,,...,...............,...... .................. 8 7 Wilkin, Marjorie ........ ,,.,.,.,,........ ......... 8 7 , 178 Wilkin, Sue .......,......, ........,....... 1 10 Willey, Mary Lou 1...... ,........ 1 78, 76 Williams, Annamae ...,.. ............... 9 8 Williams, Betty ,,,,...., ..,... 9 14, 131 Williams, Marilyn ..,,,... ......,.. 1 28 Williams, Mary ..,..... .......,... 9 4 Williams, Max .............. .....Y........,.......................... 8 7 Williams, Richard ....,.... .......,.....................,...... 8 7, 126 Williams, Walter .,,..........,..,... 15, 31, 165, 176, 180, 76 Willing, Mary .,..........................,...,..,,,...,...,...,.. 109, 110 Wilson, Barbara Jean ....,.... ............................. 1 44, 76 Wilson, Esther ..,..,.....,,..... ........ 1 33, 146, 76 Wilson, Howard ............ ..,,.....,....,,..,.. 8 7 Wilson, Jay ............. .................. 9 7 Wilson, june ...........,.. ......... 9 4, 178 Wilson, Virginia .......... .........,...... 1 33 Wimer, Robert .,1....... ...................... 7 6 Wince, Freda .....,,......... ....... 8 7, 147, 178 Wince, Robert ..............,,. .,................... 9 7 Winegardner, Shirley .,..,.... ....................... 9 4, 129 Winter, Harriet ................ .,...,.............. 8 7, 147, 178 Wintermute, Marian .......,........................,,...........,...... 76 Wintermute, Marilyn ..,.................., 133, 144 ,146 Wise, Betty Louise .................. , , , , Wise, Patricia ..,............. 19, 88, 94, 128, 133, 153, 178 Wise, Rose ...,,....................................................... 94, 129 Wohlheter, Frances ............,.....,. 156, 164, 174, 180, 77 Wolfe, Carolyn ,.,..,,... Wolfe, Wolfe, Wolfe Dorothy ......... Jean ..,..,,......,.,... , 176 119 133 178 179 76 131, 146, 77 128 Sam ,,,,........,............. ...,...........,...................... 3 4 Wolverton, Marthalee ............,... 119, 133, 135, 141, 77 Woodyard, Dorothy JoAnn ..,,............,,..,... 130, 137, 77 Woolard, Charles ....,...,........... Woolard, George ................. Woolard, Ioan .....,.,.,. Woolard, Walter ........,. Wooles, Barbara .,.,...... Workman, Ioann ......, Worley, john ...,...... Worstill, Dolores ...,... Worstell, Phyllis ........ Wright, Dorothy ,,,...., Wright, Ralph .,.,.,,,.,. Wright, Robert ,.,....... Yarnelli, Mabel ....,.... Yaus, Larry ,.........,...... Yost, Kenneth ................ Yost, Virginia Jane ...... Young, Eugene ........, Young, Young, Young, Young, Young, Yount, Helen ......... Ralph ........, Robert ........ Rozella .......... William ......... Beverly ,....,1 ..,,....101, 102 ...........,,11O ,....,,.....94 .,..,........101 .........94, 166 .....1..........109 .....,....109, 176 .....,..87, 131, 178 77 ....,,.126, 143 ,........94, 129 .......129, 134, 77 102 128 ,....,...129, 136, 137, 77 CANDY BOX 591 West Main Street NEWARK, OHIO Sandwiches, Soft Drinks, Candy School Supplies, Groceries and Meats "The Three-in-One Storey PLAINE'S VICTOR A. PLAINE, Prop. Everything in Menis Wear Established 1898 8 South Second Street Newark, Ohio GLASS TOPS Beautify and protect that nice piece of furniture with a glass top Mirrors and Mirror Work Representative for Genuine Pittsburgh Plate Glass and Mirrors R I C HA R DSON GLASS SERVICE Phone 4436 211 Rugg Avenue For Quality Dry Cleaning and Pressing Service CALL 2710 CALLAN DER CLEANING co. Fourth and Church Page Two Hundred Thirteen 4.4 Creme- Krieg - Flory HARDWARE N. 11 South Park Newark, Ohio The Graduation Gifts EDMISTON'S BOOK STORE CO. 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