Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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4 W - 1: W Kp K vu QP' L' 4 , .rf ff ' M, f ,pf " i ao Y. 'I S 1 x if-gba fff X A f V Q .9 i it tix L7 I . h '57 mf-f S f- ' xi, mutual M- -1-W1 1 1 1 1 4 i 1 i 4 i 3 1 '1 i l 4 3 1 4 i 1 1 4 1 4 1 A-and ,g51izg!'H, ,A j , ' '37 , V :T 'V I A A . Y 33, reef, A,f ,,- , ' Vg L 1 BV jiv . eq W W '?fSlZHX7 The Heveille Newark Seninr Hiqh Sehnul Vnlume 37 1947 Editur .Inhn F. Hnherls Business Manager Marjnrie Hall NEWARK HIGH SCI-ICOL John Ewald Annual Staff Associate Editor .,...... ,..................................YY.. A......... D O nald M- Smith ASSISTANTS Patricia Lowry Amy Henzy Suzanne Rivitz James Walker Cornelia Jones ART A TYPISTS Amy Henzy Betty Cooperrider Doris Lightle PHOTOGRAPHER Robert Ewing BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager Ann Cutridge Esta Hammond Patti Rice Claire Frye Carole Haley Betty Subora Doris Springer Clarabell Gentile Jackie Miller Myra Druirnn Bonnie Ditter Marye Ruth W'eakly Patricia Koman Katherine Pfeffer Marjorie Kelley Betty Morrow Ann Massalasi Mary Burson Irma Morgan jane Hillbrant Angela Deering Ruth Fisher Margie Evans Page Five II U N T ADMINISTHATIUN 0 ,diff 452 4, .rafggb 14 5 ,i , , Z A 1' . N ., ' ' ...qs v. 1, WF, .,,A. . A s , a LV gg I UNUEHIIIASSMEN N T 5 SPHIN AIITI SP Page Eight Foreword Gften in former days, but more rarely today, guests at parties and dances participated in what was known as the circle-round. A caller would direct couples to join hands and "circle-roundf, After a few moments of circling, the boys in one direction and the girls in the opposite, the leader would then call out a number which indicated the number of girls a boy had to pass before he reached his partner. The girl who corresponded to the number called in the circle became the partner of the boy dur- ing the dance. In such a manner many strangers inet and later became friends, for guests were encouraged to mingle. All of this explanation leads straight to our theme for 1947. Here at Newark High School students are urged to participate in activities and to make friends. In short, the school is a glorified circle-round. The di- vision pages of this volume show circles in which ap- pear students who are participating in the various ac- tivities of their school life. The Annual Staff, therefore, presents this Reveille of 1947 in the hope that every- one will circle-round, will make many new acquaint- ances, and will form lasting friendships-friendships which will endure after they will have left the friendly circle at Newark High School. DEDICATION The Annual for 1947 is dedicated to Mr. F lorn YVashIJurn Smith, instructor of chemistry, in appre- ciation of his twenty-eight years of service to our school as a friend and teacher. Page Nine g S Tl fi if 55 :ri ii 2 , Q , '1 T fi 'I 'Q 1. :ji , UIISTXWXX Board of Education DR. ROLAND W. IONES MR. IOHN BRANSCOME Prosidem Vice President MR. STACY CONRAD Page Twelve MR. SAM WOLFE MR. GEORGE WEAVER 3 1 ! SUPERINTENDENT PAUL ls. EDWARDS BS., Ohio State UIliX'l'l'Sity7 MA., Ohio Statu University Page Thirteen lhlile- FtDlll'fi'i'H PRINCIPAL IPIKENV CI, BOYD BAA, Ohio Wesleyan 'University M.A., Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohio State University and Columbia University VTCE-PRINCIPAL GEORC IQ STI HCC IKM 'X N N .-LB., Denison UlliVl'l'Sii5' Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary University of Illinois BLA., Ohio Stzltu University Biology Pago Fifteen f Y v Y Eb H Q s , s ei ' X W ,Q 3' i 'A i , . . 1 fi. . K Y Q at Q . 3: N . s 35 'I I 9 it , g 'i ' " af ,,,-...-,... . 4, Q54 i q- , .ii K Page Sixteen r H rug" A. C. SPANGLER lI.S.C., People's College A.B., Ohio University Western Reserve University Ohio State University Head of Commercial De- partment Commercial Law Typewriting Shorthand Office Machines Elementary Psychology LOUADA M. MORGAN M.A., Ohio State University li.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 Bookkeeping LETHA HEADLEE B. S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University Steno raph XI ypewri ing -XII Office Machines Xll J. S. McCLEARY B.S., Wilmington College M. Ed., Ohio University Bookkeeping Sociology Salesmanship r IOIIN K. MCCREARY B.S., Ohio State University Graduate work at Capital University Graduate work at U.C.L.A. Graduate work at Ohio State University Co-operative Retailing Retail Selling M. C. ST. CLAIR A.B., Ohio State University WVooster College Commercial Law School Treasurer RUTH H. STEVENS B.S., Kent State University M.A.,Columbia University University of Chicago Ohio State 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 XVoodworking HAROLD OATMAN Vocational Machine Shop A 1io1sE1t'r msn X, 1,-as LU'l'llER IIANSIIUE B.S., Indiana State 'I'eacIn-rs' ILS., IVItf91'll7l1l'g Collegi- College Ohio State University Graduate Work at Ohin State Athletic Director University Football Automotive and Aircrait llistory Mvclianir-s ALVA V. ROBE R'l'S ILS., Ohio University Vocational Training, 'l'oI:-do University Hlueprint Reading Mat-Iiine Science Machine lVIillIl9lII1llIl'S Organixatiun and hIlUlKIgQlllt-'III ARTIIUR F. MILLER ILS. Ohio State- University Drafting NVoodworkinp1 FLORENCE MYER B.S., Michigan State Normal Collegt' M.A., Columbia University University of California ' Physical lun-ation f Ili-alth - A. B. LONG B.A., Denison University Ohio State University Purdue University Bradley Polytechnic Institute- University of XVisconsin University ot Michigan Director ot I'hysical Education llealth MAXWELL DOUGLAS ILA., Denison University Ohio Slate University Basl-at-tball Pram-tical SCICIILW' Q PAUL IIARLOXV A.lI., Ohio YVesleyan University Graduate Work at Ohio University Graduate XVork at Ohio Stale University Graduate IrVork at Denison University Track English X Industrial English XI MYRON PIERCE l5.S., Ohio University Band Orchestra M. XVENDELL JONES B.S., Ohio University M..-X., Ohio State University Graduate New England Con- servatory ot , 'c' Yocal Musit Q J, 4, - gg gig AQ .W .L , ., . we . , mmf ,Nu 5 .L Q +2 r if .gi 3 S 1 I ii-. W: ' U 3 -345552 i are ,, I , itil' 3. lfri i Mm' ' Page Seventeen . fe, i . X 31 . :.,' ' Q .ww . A i E . . ie , . ,. f f if , xi 4 . 44 fe gif' Q A-1 i 1 . s E 'Qt S' G sf N , ,.,,. , . . .t W 4 ,S ' we '53 s i..iT1-....... . . Page Eighteen tak' .I ar 3 H I i al. ' -. - f were ss. . a if X' .L.-Q' ....,....-. --.,..-...,,.,n.,-q,-..- -vf-H, .v-F.--,W-W----F BERTHA L. CRILLY A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University College English XI General English Xll College English Xll jourualisin MILDRED A. HAWKE Ph. B., Denison University English X HELEN LAVIN Ph. B., University of Chicago Business English XI JOAN F. PATTON B.A., Muskingum College Diploma in Speech Speech Dramatics 'KJ' EnglishX 10 GORDON R. KINGERY A,B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University English X College English Xl Industrial English XI Reveille Annual PAULINE MCCREARY A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University French I-ll English X C. P. SMITH A.B., Ohio VVesleyan Univer- sity Ohio State University Latin X-XI Debate SARAH S. KREIG A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University B. Mus., Cincinnati Conserva- tory Wells College Spanish I Spanish ll HELEN P. DORN B.S., Library Science, West- ern Reserve University ll.S., M.A., Miami University Librarian CHARLOTTE HARMAN B.S., Ohio State University Art FLORENCE E. BOYD B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University University of Wisconsin Worlcl History American History NELL L. SMITH B.S., Ohio University M.A., Columbia University Miami University Denison University World History American History X l T. EDWYN DICKERSON A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University Civics American History IACK R. HALE B.S., Ohio State University Economics NVorld History EDWARD STRADLEY B.S., Muskingum College Ohio University Practical Mathematics Economic Geography fl f I 'I' F. W. SMITH B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University Chemistry P. G. STEINBERGER B.S., Denison University Physics Elementary Algebra Advanced Algebra W, 0. J. BARNES B.S., Ohio Wesleyan Univer sity Cornell University K Columbia University Ohio Wesleyan University American History , Biology 1. W. SWANK Ph. B., Mount Union College NVooster College Plane Geometry Trigonometry College Algebra MARY E. BARNES Clerk BETTY JANE STEVENS Secretary to Principal :N 1 . -'Q iff.: f Ag, Q + 41' 3 iz .E ., . f 9 my , .5 1 7 ,qs - Wx, . t 4 if -, -"' , 5.32 3 is " H T7 ' . .T. im iff, -V t A" ig , fam 3 of f -:gg A Af 'Kr yi' i l l Page Nineteen N 2 Parent-Teachers Association Page Twenty la-lil to right-Mr. Boyd, Nliss Morgan, Mrs. Butcher, Nlrs. Goldsmith, and Nlrs. Morin. President ,... ,,.......,...,,,, First Vice President ,.A...,, Second Vice President ,Y,,,,,. Secretary ,,,,,,,7,,,,.,,,7,,.,,,,, Treasurer ,,,,, The high school Parcint-Teachers Association has held regular meetings on the third Thursday every two months. The total membership for the year included 352 parents and teachers. Very interesting programs have been presented during the year. This heing the fiftieth year for the Nation- ....,...Mrs. H. L. Morin F. C, Boyd ,,i,,,..M1's. W. D. Butcher .r..,..,Miss Louada Morgan john Goldsmith al P.T.A., the local unit celebrated Founders Day on February 20 with a tea and special program. The group project for the year has helen the placing of American flags in the senior home rooms. Flags were donated hy various patriotic organiza- tions, and others were purchased by the group. rwvfv AROONQ MYIPONM' A QQPOSEO- wagon: " IP 1' ,wow A0007 H JVOTD56? - ' X00 Page Twenty-One A 1 , ,., 1 E . 2 E Z Q if 4 gl i 5,1 4 X. , li .L fn' l The l946 Prize Awards Excellent Weather allowed gradu- ation ceremonies to be resumed at White Field after an absence of two years. The Commencement was held at six-fifteen olclock during the eve- ning of May 29, 1946, at the stadium. Two students, Eleanor Marie Dilts and Ursula Ann Lea, won the William E. and Annie S. Miller Prize in Eng- lish. ' The Latin Medal, awarded by Zeta Chapter, Denison University, of Eta Sigma Phi, was presented to Ursula Ann Lea and Mary Linda jeffries. The Harvard History Prize, for boys, was presented to Frank XVine- garner Spencer, Ir., the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize, for girls, was given to Mary Linda jeffries. Eleanor Marie Dilts received the French Prize, which is given to the student having the highest French average for two years. Ursula Ann Lea received the Le- land Baxter, jr., Award for outstand- ing Work in journalism. For excellent work done in the com- mercial course, Darlene Marie Smith earned the Commercial Award. Seven students who earned at least one hundred and fifty points in de- bate work received the National For- ensic Award. They were Ioan Den- man, Eleanor Marie Dilts, Evon Chris- topher Evans, Raymond William Hand, Ursula Ann Lea, Frank Wine- I age Twentv Four garner Spencer, jr., and Geraldine Mae Steinman. A Trophy, presented in memory of Florence M. King, was awarded to William Edgar Shell for outstanding dramatic achievement. To the outstanding, all-round girl -Ursula Ann Lea-was given the Soroptimist Club Award. The Roger Sedgwick Award, an award of fifteen dollars for excellence in basketball, was presented to Bill Dean Goldsmith. Likewise, the Ath- letic Award, presented to the best all- round athlete, was given to VVilliam Ryan Fleitz. The coveted Harvard Cup, award- ed to the best all-round boy, was pre- sented to Gene Douglas Morin. Three colleges offered scholarships to prospective students. Margaret Marie Lammers received a sch-olar- ship amounting to one hundred and thirty dollars in cash from Heidelberg College. Further, Mary Linda Jeffries received a fifty - dollar scholarship award from Olivet Nazarene College. And finally, eight students received a scholarship amounting to one-fourth tuition each of four years of normal college from Capital University. These students were June Kathleen Chester, joan Denman, Eleanor Marie Dilts, Charles Thomas Fisk, Mary Linda Ieffries, Ursula Ann Lea, Gene Douglas Morin, and Darlene Marie Smith. Senior Clcrss Officers DOLORES EVANS Secretary IOHN DETTRE President PAT MCCRACKEN Vice President M AURICE DUFFINS Treasurer Page Twenty-Five Page Twenty-Six - GQ, Eva Mae Albery "Peroxide" Modest and Sweet Idiot's Ideal-People who call me Sway Back! james Howard Anderson ...Uma Cheerful company .s-horteizs ilu' miles. Idiot's Ideal-Thinking up new excuses for being out late! lHi, Pat.j Hi-Y '45, '46, '47 Secretary '45 Room Agent '46 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '46 Robert Curl Anderson "Andy" He is It worthy num withal ldiot's Ideal-Reading pa- pers in English class.. Hi-Y '41, '42 Boy's Baseball '41, '42 Intramural '41, '42 Reserve Football '41 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Curtis Henry Ault "Curt" An earnest, strzii,ql1t-for- ward man. ldiot's Ideal-My whizzer motor bike. Hi-Y '45 lntramural Basketball '45 Student Council '46 Home Room Offices: President '46 Ilonor Society '47 Eula Mae Ballinger "Dimples" Friend to all .she knows. ldiot's Ideal-I'll see you on Tuesday and Wed- nesday nights. lHi, Nancyj Eugene Cessna Barstowe "Gene" He always wears a von- ggenial smile. Idiot's Ideal - Room 107 the fifth period on a warm spring afternoon. Boy Leaders '42, '43 Track Squad '42, '43 Ella May Amos ..Happy,, As merry as ilu: day is long. idiot's ideal-Spill on the Skating rink! llli, Shorty and Pat.j ltoom Agent '47 C100 Club '47 Robert Anderson .fAndy,. Service with Il .smile ldi0t's Ideal-Not knowing where to begin. Hi-Y '46, '47 Home Room Offices: President '46, '47 Retailer Club '46, '47 College Club '47 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Betty Lou Asher "Betty" A merry l1e1n't'.v lim lies-I of CUIHDIITIU. ldiot's ldeal A XVaiting for june, 1947. Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '46 Edward Phillip Ballinger "Bally" Sigh no more, my ladies. ldiot's ideal-The Midland about 1:00 p. nl. intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Reserve Football '45 Varsity Football '47 College Club '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Hi-Y '46 Barbara Ann Barnes "Bains" Modest and Frank. Idiot's Ideal-Oh, how I love to eat! Girl's Volleyball '45 Girl Reserves '46 Yffeens '47 Home Boom Offices: Treasurer President Vice President Room Agent '45 Robert DtlV1d Beckham ..B0b,, Happy go lucky. Idiot's Ideal--"Gettin' awake before the third period." Orchestra '45, '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '45 Band '45, 216, '47 Spanish Club '47 Fl oyd Ray Beckman ..Ray,, Oh, that var! Idiot's Ideal-Those short week ends and Monday mornings. lli-Y '44, '45 Reserve Basketball '44 Track Squad '44 C0-op Retailer Club '47 Edward Allen Bevard ..Ed,, Funny boy. Idiot's Ideal-Studying at night. Orchestra '45, '46 Boys' Basketball '45 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Zona Marie Braid HBE., Fun all the time. Idi0t's Ideal-The farmers daughter. Glee Club '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Baseball '45 Winifred Lucille ll Brookover "Winnie" A friend in need. Idiot's Ideal - Beauty is only skin deep, but who's a cannibal? Girls' Volleyball '47 Girls' Baseball '47 Spanish Club '47 elen Marie Buelnnan "Noots" A pleasing person. ldiot's Ideal-Cars. Clli, Betty.J Glee Club '45 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Vice President '47 Retailer Club '47 Mary Frances Burson "Chester" The reason gentlemen prefer blondes. Idiot's Ideal-Hey, Mac, Nabb that man! La Renaissance '46, '47 Vice President '47 Science Club '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 College Club '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Business Staff '47 Martha Grace Beeney "Marty" A person all admire. Idiot's Ideal-Homework. Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 Frederick Dale Bosscawen ..B0ssy,, "Brrm"ded for life. Idiot's Ideal!People who can't pronounce my name. Hi-Y '45, '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45 Science Club '46, '47 Room Agent '45 john junior Brandt "junior" Whafs the use of luring wise? ldiot's Ideal-Stingy people. College Club '47 Boys' Glee Club '47 Mansfield High School "M" Association '45, '46, '47 H-Y '45, '46, '47 Glee Club '45, '46 Track Squad '45, '46 Manhigan Staff '46 Emogene Brown "Gene" Silence is golden, Idint's Ideal4I'Iomz-work. Hockey '45 Spanish Club '47 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Donald McLain Budd s "Don" Slow but sure. Idiot's Ideal-Everything in particular, nothing in general. Betty Ilene Busby "Red" Fun and frolic. Idiot's Ideal-Tall boys. fHi, Ebby Lou.j Girl Reserves '45, '46 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Retail Selling '47 K Page Twenty-Seven l r Page Twenty-Ei ght jo Pearl Addie Busby "Red" Make mini' merry. 1rliot's Ideal-Blondes. 1 Hi, Iohnny.J Chorus '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Retailer Club '46, '4 7 Room Agent '46, '47 Alice Lou Butler ..Al,, Tall and slulely. Icliot's ldeal-Chicken sandwiches. Girls' Volleyball '46 Girl's Basketball '46 College Club '47 Mimeograpb Staff '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47 Patricia Elaine Carey "Pat" "H11d"rIIng ITHYIIIIICC. Icliot's Ideal-l still have the old CO.l..D.J blues. Girls' Volleyball '45, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '47 Spanish Club '47 Debate '45 Student Council '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Reveillc News Staff '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47 Room Agent '45 Scribblers '47 Betty Lou Carson "Betsy" Dance, l1!lll4'f', dnlreel ldiot's Ideal-A loaf of bread, a jug of winc, and thou. Cl-li, 0mar.j Girls' Volleyball '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '47 Science Club '47 Betty jean Carter "Bette" All'l'k1lC-YS is not weakness. Icliot's 1deal4Places to go and no car. CHi, Helen.J Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 "Josie" Sh??l sing lwr way through 1 e. Idiot's Ideal-Some of my best friends arc horscs. CHi, Ioie.J Girls' Volleyball '45, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Secretary '45 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Mary Jean Butcher "Butch" A winning pr'r.vnnr1Iity. ldiot's IdealALoafing graduates. flli, M. All La Renaissance '46, '47 Reveille News Staff '46, '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 Dorothy Ellen Byers "Dottie" Candy-lmr Spmzinl. lcliot's Ideal-Two periods a day in 208. G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47 Mary janette Carpenter "Chester" The little lcvlrlrr. lcliot's ldeal-Kceplng up with everyone. Girls' Volleyball '45 French Club '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46 Student Council '46, '47 College Club '47 Masque and Gavel '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 President '47 Glee Club '45 Home Room Offices: Vice President '46 Girl Reserves '45 Secretary Honor Society '47 xvllllkllll Edward Carson "Bud" He-man. Icliot's ldealfMy pill fPhi1J. Hi-Y '46 Intramural Basketball '47 james Richard Chrisman ajimu xVHifi1lg for the fleet to come in. Idiot's Idea1A"Aftcmoons." Ingxixgnural Basketball '45, 300 Club '46, '47 ann Louise Clark R0bCl'f LCOII Clark aB0b,, A poct's admirer Idiot's Ideal-Blondes. t 1 I Marjorie Ieauue Clary "Dargia" The Maiofs Waltz. ldiot's Ideal-Those mellow King Edwards-I dou't mean cigars! Girls' Basketball '45, '46 Spanish Club '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Secretary '47 Cirl Reserves '45, '46 College Club '47 NVilliam joseph Cochran NB - Bn So modest, so slay. ldiot's Ideal-Getting to school on time. lli-Y '46, '47 lntramural Basketball Boys' Baseball Eugene llarold Connor "Ugie" The best way to be happy is to have a good time. ldiot's Ideal-Always get- ting home at night. Hi-Y '47 james Franklin Cooksey "Cookie" Car crazy. ldiot's Ideal-NVby guys ask me about the old Pontiac. fHi, Emmie.j Intramural '45 300 Club '45, '46, '47 Room Agent '45 Shirley Lou Courtright "Duck" Silence never betrays ynu. ldi0t's Ideal-Monday nights. Glee Club '45, '46 Girl Reserves Retailer Club '46, '47 Robert Wolfe Crawford "Flash-Bob" A versatile genius - if there is anything wrong he will fix it. ldiot's ldeal-High on a windy hill, where they're either too young or too old. Reserve Basketball '45 Spanish Club '47 Cross Country Squad '45 Track Squad '45 Student Council '45, '46, '47 President '47 College Club '47 Band '46 Honor Society '47 Home Room Offices: President '45 Class Offices: President '46 Buckeye Boys' State '46 Anna Eloise Cochran UROXYH Modest, mild-voiced. ldiot's Ideal-The educa- tional part of school Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Retailer Club '46, '47 William Davis Comisford "Bill" Good nature is of :lazily use. ldiot's ldealeSeveuth pe- riod in 400. Intramural Basketball '45 '47 Reserve Football '45 300 Club '45, '46, '47 llarold Lester Cook "Danny" - "Cooks:-y" I probably never w.ll grow up. ldiot's ldeal-Snooty girls. lntramural Basketball '45 Room Agent '45 Home Room Offices '45 Bettie ,lean Cooperrider "Coopie" ust the Annual "Ti J"isl. I ' ' JI. ' ldiot's Ideal-Twenty-tour miles from heaven. Spanish Club '46, '47 College Club '47 Mimeograpb Staff '47 Clee Club '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Room Agent '45, '46 Annual Typist '47 llouor Society '47 Robert Francis Coyne "Bob" Fred Astaire the Second. Idiot's ldeal4The Army being called "Shorty, and women. Veterans Club '47 Hi-Y '43, '44 Retail:-r's Club '43, '44 Ex-Service Man: U.S,A. s U julia Ann Crist "Judy" A pleasing person is a ivy Idiot's IdealfTo each his own-I've found my own. fHi, G. HJ Girls' Volleyball '45 Retailer Club '47 Page Twenty-Nine o 7 ge Thirty George Allen Crothers "Baldy" or "Flyhoy" Silence is the yvcnfeet herald of joy. ldiot's Ideal-English leac-lat-rs. Caroline Mary Danese "Shorty" Small but mighty. Idiot's Ideal-Pickles. Hockey '45, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, 47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 john Lewis Dehevoise ll HJ-oh-n A chap well liked by all. ldiot's ldeal-Trying to study in Room 111. Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Angela Leona Deering "Bleachie" A surmy zlispositiori is half the battle. Idiot's Ideal-All the crust. 1Hi, jane and Helen.J Latin Club '46, '47 Student Council '47 Science Club '47 Secretary '47 Honor Society '47 Business Staff '47 Music Appreciation '47 Joann Frances De Ment ajoeyu She knows whut's what. ldiot's Ideal-You, too, can be ugly. fHi, josie.J Spanish Club '46, '47 College Club '47 Treasurer '47 Chorus '45, '46 G.YfA. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 john Richard Dettre "jack" or "Deke" The world may go an without me, but I doubt it. Idiot's Ideal-Short blondes and midnight rides with Dave "Paul Revere" Miller. Hi-Y '46, '47 Secretary '47 Reserve Basketball '45 Varsity Basketball '46, '47 Cross County '45, '46, '47 La Renaissance '47 Music Appreciation '47 College Club '47 Reveille News Staff '46, '47 Editor '47 Home Room Offices: President '46 Room Agent '45 Class Offices: Vice President '45 President '47 Norma Mae Dalton "Norm" Pleasant ways win her friends. lrliot's 'idealeMy kid sister. Chadsey High School, De- troit, Michigan llouse Council '44 Latin Club '44, '45, '46 Safety Council '45, '46 Honor Society '47 Richard Walter Dean "Dick" He has many friends. ldiot's Ideal-Nothing in particular. Bicycle Club '41 Reserve Football '41, '42 Varsity Football '43 Ex-Service Man: U.S.A. Ralph Eugene Debevoise "Pete" Young fellows will be young fellows. Idiot's ldealJ'O.K., Peaches." CHi, Sis.J Intramural Basketball '45 '46, '47 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '47 Room Agent '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '47 Margaret Louise Delancey "Margie" She has the spirit of Youth. lcliot's Ideal-My Sopho- more brother. fHi, B0b.J Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girl's Basketball '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46 Mary Ellen Derringer "Dimples," "Shorty," "Kitten" She'll dance her way through life. lcliot's Ideal-Blondes and life itself. Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Retailer Club '46 Patricia Ruth Deutsch 1 .Tatu apatzey, A good companion makes good company. Idiot's Ideal-Never let a day go by. Spanish Club '47 Science Club '47 College Club '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Home Room Offices: President '45 Norma Iune Dial "June Bug" Not u worrl she spoke more than was neecled. ldiot's Ideal-Heartaches. flli, Skipper.J Chorus '43, 'fl-I Lucy Julia DiCola ..Lu,, I like the movies. Whom do you like? ldiot's Ideal-Watching for Deweese and a whole bunch of bunches. lHi, Jim and Barb.J Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '47 Girls' Baseball '47 Bonnie ,lean Ditter ..Red,, Locks of fire. ldi0t's Ideal-The attrac- tion of the "Big Five Hundred." Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teen '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Maurice Lee Duffins ..Duffy,, His friends, there ure many. His foes, are there any? ldiot's Ideal-Too short of period for beloved Speech. Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Reserve Basketball Manager '46 Cross Country Squad Manager '46 Track Squad Varsity Manager '46, '47 College Club '47 Mineograph Staff '46, 47 Home Room Offices '45, '46 Treasurer '45 Room Agent '45, '46 Senior Class Treasurer Jack Lee Dutcher ...lucky The world is as you take it. ldiot's Ideal-Enjoying En- glish classes. lntramural Basketball '45 Dolores Aileen Evans ffneeyi Life would be short with' out "Shorty." ldiot's Ideal-"Shorty" is my Yvalterllooj. Student Council '45 Science Club '46, '47 College Club '47 Reveille News Staff '46, '47 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Treasurer '45 Scribblers '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 President '47 Class Secretary '46 Honor Society '47 L I Ronald Kaye Dickerson "Ron" flllf0l'llll all the year- rouml inxfenrl of just nf Cl'lTl5flIlll.V. ldiot's Ideal-Riding with dar:-devils QE. ll., ll. Il.j Orchestra '45 Ili-Y '46 Intramural Basketball '44, '45, '46 College Club '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 William Charles Diehl ..Bm,, Steady as the Rock of Gibraltar. Idiot's ldealYLeaving. Salesmanship Club '39 Room Agent '39 EX'SPTVlC6 Man: U.S.N. Myra ,lean Drumm "Jeannie" VVizard on skates. Idiot's Ideal-Hey, Peg, can you coffeepot on skates? Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '47 Business Staff '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Mabel Virginia Duncan ..Ginny,, Oli, those big brown eyes! ldiot's Ideal-People who call me "Hotshot." fHi, Ugielj Glee Club '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Retailers' Club '47 Frederick Speer Edwards "Fred" Economics for one semester only!! Idiot's Ideal-Teachers from Texas. From Bexley, Ohio, '45 Intramural Basketball '45 College Club '47 Band '46, 47 Hi-Y '46, '47 Vice President '47 Boys' Baseball '47 Martha Ranck Ewing "Martha" A meek little maid. Idiot's Ideal-Getting to school. is Pa ge Thirty-One Page Thirty-Two X Virginia Mae Faller "Sugar" Let's he guy while we muy. ldiot's IdealeTaking a short cut home. QHi, Bob.D Glee Club '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '45 Girls' Basketball '45 Retailers' Club '47 Florence Emma Feldm-r "Flossie" or "Shorty" My Sister and I. lcliot's Ideal-Being mis- taken for my sister Mary Lou. Taken for twins. Glee Club '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 llome Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Nlargaret Anne Field "1'vgzzy" Vigor and 1vio111'iol1s'm's.v. ldiot's Ideal-Myra! You know I can't coffee-pot on skates! Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Voice '46 Room Agent '45 Girls' Basketball '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Girls' Baseball '47 Barbara Jacqualyn Fouls "Iackie" The wall is dry. Unk, that isfl Icliot's ldealfPastime- YVatL-hing Sun"Rays" and "Palm" trees. Room Agent '44 llome Room Offices: Secretary '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' llaseball '45, '46 '47 Claire Frances Frye "Chester" How would life be "Idle" without hor? ldiot's Ideal-Hand me the gat, Esta, this is the end. La Renaissance '46, '47 College Club '47 Music Appreciation '45, '46. '47 Glee Club '45, '46 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 Business Staff '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Baseball '45 james Delbert Fullen -'June My former ioife'.v rmnuf, "Ma Hilda."' ldiot's Ideal-Trying to hit higher do in the Key of C. Latin Club '47 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Boys' Glee Club '47 Masque and Gavel '47 Masque and Gavel Play '46 Y ,. . Raymond Orlo Fatig, lr. amy., Marching at White's Field. Idiot's Ideal-Why can't people understand me? Orchestra '45, '46, '47 Spanish Club '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Mary Lou Felclner "Shorty" My Sister and I lcliot's ldeal-Being mis- taken for my sister. Taken for twins. Girls' Volleyball '45 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 l'alrit-ia lrene Folger "Pat" Eighth period with lllr, Swank. ldiot's ldealf'l'he time be- tween 8:30 Monday and 4:00 o'clock Friday. Spanish Club '47 Music Appreciation '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 Treasurer '46 Vice President '47 lbawatha Lester Franklin "Franky" Those "lctters" are so hard to get. ldiot's ldeal-Being mis- taken for Van johnson. Track Squad '45, '47 Cross Country Squad '44, '45, '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 lloys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 NVilliam Richard Frye "Dick" Slow but sure. ldiot's Idealf'l'he people who call be "Gummer." Orchestra '45, '46, '47 YVOHHC Gill'N'Gl' "Vonnie" Sh4:'s engaging, she'.v lovely. lcliot's Ideal-"What a wonderful week-end!" 1Hi, Dalell Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 L Clarence Ross Geidenberger, Ir. "Geidy" What girl? Huh? ldiot's Ideal-People who mispronounce my name. Room Agent '46, '47 300 Club '46, '47 Hurlbnrt Chase Geller "Herb" A xtinzulrmt to thc hearts of thc fairer sex. ldiot's Ideal-Silence is golden, it never betrays you. Tiffin High School Basketball '42, '4:S Track '42, '43 Sophomore Class President '42 Hi-Y '42, '43 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Betty June Goldsmith "Goldie" All lhat glitters is "golrl"iz'. Idiot's Ideal-I always draw the low card. Girls' Volleyball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45 '46, '47 Music Appreciation '47 Science Club '45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: President '45 Room Agent Business Staff '47 Mary Nan Gregg "Nancy" Docs that mum' mean shorthand? Idiot's Ideal-College schedule cards. Glee Club '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '47 Retail Selling '47 Honor Society '47 Mildred Ann Gutridgc Not "Breezy" Mad ahoat .x-ports. Idiot's Ideal-"That'll learn ya." Hockey '45 College Club '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45 '46, '47 Business Staff '47 Athletic Council '47 Y-Teens '47 Marjorie Ann Hall "Lu Lu" That smile wrmlzl let her through St. Pet4'r's gale, While Sail-eyed martyrs had to stand and wait. ldiot's IdealfI'm just in the middle of nowhere. Heli, Shirley.J Student Council '47 Vice President '47 Class Officer: Treasurer '45 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: President '46 Room Agent '45, '46, '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Business Staff '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '46 Patricia Ann Geiger "Proxy" The platinum blonde. ldiot's ldeal-M nickname. Y Latin Club '45 Orchestra '45 Girls' Volleyball '46 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Band '45, '46, '47 Class Play '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Secretary '46 Treasurer '46 Anna Clarabell Gentile "Barabell" The Sporixiumiirzri ldiot's Ideal-That person who gets my grades for mc. qHi, Frankie-.J Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45 '46, '47 Glu- Club '45, '46 G.Y.A. '47 Student Council '46, '47 lkiimcograph Staff '47 Business Staff '46, '47 Girls' Athletic Council '47 President '47 Suzanne Graves "Suzie" Iriucxts har time in seeking 1cnmvlcrI,rfc. Idiot's Ideal-People who talk faster than l can. Debate '45 Student Council '47 Minieograph Staff '47 Business Staff '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Honor Society '47 Y-Teens '47 Betty Anne Griffith "Betty" Always the mine. Idiot's Ideal-I'll always be with you. fHi, Rcd.P Band '44, '45, '46 Girl Reserves '44, '45 Room Agent '47 Retailer Club '47 Robert Bertram Hague "Bob" "Her - tram!" Idiot's Ideal-People trying to pronounce by middle name. Home Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Nancy Lee llall "Nankie" A smile is worth a dozen groans in market. Idiot's ldealfThe three R's treading, 'ritin' and Ric-hardy. Spanish Club '46, 47 Secretary '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Student Council '45, ' '46, '47 College Club '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 . Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Officer: '45, '46, '47 Vice President Treasurer Honor Society '47 l Page Thirty-Three Page Thirty-Four Esta Rose Hammond "Chester" St. "Puul"! Idiot's Ideal-WVhat do you hear from the mob, Claire? Room Agent '45 Debate '45 Music Appreciation '46 College Club '47 Science Club '45 Girl Reserves '45 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Charles Edgar Handly alimv Watching the world go round. Idiot's Ideal-School Intramural Basketball '45 Band '44, '45 Retailers Club '46, '47 Mona Rose Harris "Morin-a-Riz" Hey, kill! Give us Il lift downtown, please. Idiot's ldealeNo kidding, kids! I mean it! Orchestra '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '46 La Renaissance '46, '47 Latin Club '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Student Council '45, '46, '47 , Treasurer '47 College Club '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Library Staff '46 Masque and Gavel '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 ' Treasurer '47 Girl Reserves '45 Scribblers '45, '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Honor Society '47 Lee Wayne Heckman ..Lee,, Life is "l1errcy" wonderful, ldiot's ldeal-Ninety per cent of the women in the world are beautiful, the other ten per cent live in Newark. Hi-Y '42, '43 Vice President '42 Boys' Baseball '42, '48, '44 . Intramural Basketball '42, '48, '44 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Maurice Stephen Henson "Steve" To him who in the love of nature holds communion with her visible forms, she speaks a various language. lcliot's Ideal-English class. Glee Club '45, '46 Ex-Service Man: U.S.M.C. Robert Douglas Hepsworth "Hepsey" "Ty'ecl up in a Hurst Idiot's Ideal-I'm always thinking of your, Margie. Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45 '46, '47 Varsity Football '45, '46, '47 James Edward Hammond ajimv That gleam in your eye. lcliot's Idealfliown in the south. intramural Basketball '45, '46 Track Squad '46 College Club '47 Si-nior lli-Y '47 Mildred june llarin an ..Juney,, l.vt's lu' gay while mn Tllllll. ldiot's ldeal-The man l married. Spanish Club '47 Music Appreciation '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens' 47 Bonnie Lou llaycook "Bonnie" l.ifc's so fast mul furious lcliot's lclealfA guy named Joe. Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '47 Science Club '45, '46, '47 Dramatic Club '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Room Agent '46 Grace Arlene llelser "Gracie" Ilurry up, kills! ldiot's ldealANever enough time! Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Dramatic Club '46, '47 Glenforcl High School '44, '45 Glenford Glee Club '44, '45 Glenford F.H.A. '44, '45 Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Honor Society '47 Leslie Paul Hepsworth "Les" Oh, this civililm life! lrliot's Ideal-Getting up for work at 7:30. Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Delbert Franklin Hickman ..Deb,, Life of the party ldiot's ldealfOh! Those Monday mornings. Intramural Basketball '45 June Ileen Hickman aluneyi, What lights? Idiot's Ideal-Newark, the graveyard with lights. Spanish Club '47 Girls' Volleyball '46 Carl Eugene Hinger "Carl" Young mon, blow thot horn! ldiot's Ideal-People who confuse my trumpet case with a suit case and ask me where I am going! Spanish Club '46, '47 College Club '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Room Agent '45 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45 Boys' Baseball '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Edward Thomas Hitchcock "Eddie" Boshfulness is rm ornament of youth. lla! Idiot's Idealf"Twi1'p Sea- son" CHi, Pat.j Hi-Y '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 H4-'serve Football '45 Varsity Football '46, '47 Clarissa Ann Howard "Annie" A pleasing cli.s11o.vition is ll great advantage. ldiot's IdealfPeople who ask too many questions. College Club '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 . La Renaissance '46, '47 Treasurer '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 llonor Society '47 Albert Edwin llunt ..A1,, Have you got a brother? ldiot's Ideal-Girls and school work don't mix! CHi, Dottielj Intramural Basketball '45 '46, '47 Donald Frank Idle K'M0rt,' Never un Idle Moment. Idiot's Ideal-Straight hair, a curly head. 100-Mile Club '47 Hi-Y '46, '47 President '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 Varsity Football '45 '46, '47 Cross Country Squad '47 Track Squad '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 Class Play '47 Boys' Basehall.'47 Eudora jane Hillbrant "Shrimp" It's the little things that count. Idiot's Ideal-Being only four-foot-ten. ll-Ii, Bleach.j Girls' Volleyball '45, '47 Girls' Basketball '47 Science Club '47 Music Appreciation '47 Business Staff '47 Bonnie Jeanne Hitchcock "Bonnet Lou" Oh, for the fleet to come in! ldiot's Ideal-A certain fel- low calling me "sassbox" CHi, Lestcr.j 'Dramatic Club '46, '47 Chorus '44, '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Curtis William Horst "Curt" Blondes, Brunettes, Red- heads and Football. Idiot's Ideal-Getting the car on Saturday night. Hi-Y '46, '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Varsity Football '45, '46, '47 Track '45 Ora lean Huber "Slim" Never grow old. Idiot's Ideal-People who say I am too young. tHello, E. CJ Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Future Retailers Club '47 jack Allen Ilunt alohnv Have you got u brother? Idiot's Ideal-People who think I have a cousin. fHi, ALJ 100-Mile Club '47 Track Squad '45, '46, '47 Cross Country Squad '45, '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45 '46, '47 Science Club '47 Betty Ellen Ivers "Ginger" Sugar and spice and every- thing nice. Idiot's Idealh"Peop1e think I'm stuck-up." Mimeograph Staff '47 Class Play '44 Future Retailers Club '47 Page Thirty-Five Page Thirty-Six iii. if William Cooper Iauchius "Bill" Why docs it get so late so early? Idiot's Ideal-Every night at twelve. Science Club '44 Reveille News '45 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Gerald Keith Johnson acerryt, Mighty "mam" Idiot's Ideal-People who talk too much. Hi-Y '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '46, '47 Reserve Basketball '45 Reserve Football '44, '45 Band '46, '47 Robert John Jones "Ionesy" I like motorcycles, cars and things and things. Idiot's Ideal-You think up one. Science Club '47 Intramural Basketball '47 Thomas Richard jones, Ir. "Dick" Mechanics and more mechanics. Idiot's Ideal-Tubro-jet en- gines. 5300 Club '46, '47 Hi-Y '46, '47 Treasurer '47 Room Agent '47 Honor Society '47 Norma Maxine Kaiser ..REd,, Her locks of fire. Idiot's Ideal-Getting to school after the night before. lHi, Myst.D Music Appreciation '46, '47 Emojean Estella Kasson "Emmy" From one nursery rhyme to another. Sit down! You're "Tippin" the boat. Idiot's Ideal-Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker. Hockey '45, '46, '47 Girl's Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46 Science Club '45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Johnny John "johnny" He'.s' on the ball. fFo0tball, that isj. Idiot's Ideal-Playing on muddy football fields and the gentlemen in the striped suits who officiate. Hi-Y '46, '47 Boys' Baseball '45 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Reserve Football '44 Reserve Basketball '44, '45 Varsity Football '45, '46, '47 Lawrence Paul jones "Larry" A smile a day is better than zz medicine chest. Idiot's Ideal-Caught off guard. Intramural Basketball '45 Robert McClain Innes ..B0b,, Happy-Go-Lucky ldiot's Ideal-Women. Dramatic Club '42 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Gloria Sue Kaercher asusyn Full of frm. Always a good time. Idiot's Ideal-People who call me Gloria Sue. Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Glee Club '44, '45 Mimeograph Staff '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Girls' Basketball '47 Honor Society '47 Marjorie Ann Kappes "Margie" Watching the clock! Idiot's Ideal-No letter to- day. fl-Ii, Nancy.7 Girls' Basketball '45, '46 Girls' Baseball '45 Mimeograph Staff '47 G.Y.A. '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Jo Ann Kefauver "lose," "Iosie" It's "dawn" fDonl again! Idiot's Ideal-No matter how much I have, I al- ways want 'Moe." Cheerleader '45, '46, '47 Science Club '45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '47 Girls' Baseball '45, 46 '47 Girls' Basketball '45 46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 46 '47 1 ,lerry Keinath ujerryn I Time waits for no man. Idiot's Ideal-Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning. Intramural Basketball '45 300 Club '46, '47 Robert Franklin King ..B0b., Lover of scholarly ways. tHa! Ha!J Idiot's Ideal-Red brick building on West Main. Hi-Y '46 Band '45, '46, '47 Patricia Ann Koman npatsyn Lioin' the life of Riley!! Idiot's Ideal-I'm "Riley" happy! Girls' Volleyball '45 46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45 La Renaissance '46 Music Appreciation '46 Science Club '45, '46, G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Business Staff '45, '46, '47 Home Room Offices: President '45 Vice President '45 , 47 '47 Gizella Ether Frances Kovreg "Gizzie" My "Buddy." Idiot's Ideal-Seadads. f Hi, Band I., Girls' Volleyball '46 Girls' Baseball '46 Spanish Club '47 College Club '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Vice President '47 Shirley Irene Kuppinger "Shirley" Are you kid sisters? Idiot's Ideal-Running from "Hall" to "Hall". flfli, Margie and Nancy.l Spanish Club '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 College Club '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Room Agent '45, '46, '47 Willis Clyde Lane ..Clyde,. School in general. Idiot's Ideal-Getting homework in on time. 4 Mary Louise Kibler "Kibbie" My, how time flies! Idiot's Ideal-I don't know why it gets so late so early! lHi, j. HJ Retail Selling '47 George William Kinney "Bone Head" There's a lot of fun in the world if one knows where to find it. Idiot's Ideal-One, Uncle Dudley. Masque and Gavel '47 Carol Kathryn Koveleski "Freddie" Diligence is the mother of good fortune. Idiot's Ideal-OUTPUT equals IN-PUT-Oh, dreary world! Latin Club '46, '47 Debate '45 Science Club '46, 47 President '47 College Club '47 Room Agent '46, '47 Art Staf '46 Honor Society '47 James Henry Kreider ..Jim,. Oh, those New Yeur's V parties! Idiot's Ideal-Let the good times roll. Betty ,lo Lambert .jon She travels with a smile and so brightens the life of others. Idiot's Ideal-Never seeing my sister evenings fHi Tommylb Spanish Club '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 College Club '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Chorus '45, '46, '47 Norma Ilene Laugliery ..N0rm,, Give me time please, kids. Idiot's Ideal-Making last minute decisions. CHi, Marge! Girl Reserves '45, '46 Glee Club '46, 47 Page Thirty-Seven Page Thirty-Eight Patricia Jean Laughlin "Pat" . I'll be happy. Idiot's Ideal-He's funny that way. Mimeograph Staff '47 Girl Reserves '45 Y-Teens '47 Retailer Club '47 Evelyn Gertrude Lewis "Evie" The leading lady. ldiot's Ideal-I have a Page to write on, and a Hand to write with, but to be Frank, it just ain't right. 4H1,,gar1g!J Dramatic Club '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 Girl Reserves '46 Treasurer '47 Richard Joseph Lieber "Dick" Life "Shir leg" is swell. ldi0t's Ideal-'Shirleyf' Home Room Offices: '45 Alice Ann LlIlg2ll6ltC1' "San" She'll get by with that twinkle in her eye. ldiot's Ideal-Why does it get so late so early? fHmmmlj G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 ' Y-Teens '47 Secretary '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Music Appreciation '47 Patricia Ann Lowry "Tricia" Miss Efficiency. Idiot's Ideal-Thinking up an "ICliot's Ideal." Student Council '46, '47 Debate '45 Library Club '45, '46 College Club '47 Annual Staff '47 La Renaissance '46, '47 President '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Honor Society '47 Dorothy Evelyn Lynskey "Dottie" Not very many inches, but every inch u lady. Idiot's Ideal-Bud, Iim, Joanne. Retail Selling '47 1 x William Patrick Lavelle ..Bi ., ll Is that wave permanent? lcli0t's Ideal-"Five Min- utes More." College Club '47 Hi-Y '46, '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 llltramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Varsity Basketball '47 Cross Counti'y,,Squad '46, '47 Maurice Gene Lewis "Lovie" He is wise who speaks but little. ldiot's Ideal-Study Hall 405. Hi-Y '45 Doris Virginia Lightle "Dimples" A girl with a smile, ll girl worth while. lcliot's Ideal-Huh? CHi, Louielj Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Lois joannc Loar "Lose" Nimlzlc fingers and fact. ltliot's Ideal-What is this thing called school? Hockey '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 46 '47 Girly' Basketball '45 '47 46, Girls' Baseball '45, '47 46, Music Appreciation '47 Science Club '45, '46, '47 Dramatic Club '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Y-Teens '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Business Staff '46 Robert Eugene Lugenbeal "Lugie" Live, Love and Laugh ldiot's Ideal-Getting the "gobs" of homework finished in College English. Spanish Club '46 College Club '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Orchestra '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46 Patricia Ann McCracken "Pat" or "Patty" Tall zmcl stately. Idiot's Ideal-The time that elapses between week- ends. CHi, Jirn.Q Class Offices: Vice President '47 Student Council '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45, '46 Glee Club '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46 Girls' Basketball '45, '46 Honor Society '47 Edwin Gene MeMillen "Mac" Up in ,'ll'lI0l'll C405, tlmt islj ldiot's Ideal-Study Hall in 405. llonor Society '47 Intramural Basketball '46 '47 james Franklin Martin "jim" The Glen Miller of N.lI.S. Marjorie Ruth McVey "Boots" Life is so merry. Idint's Ideal-Now, let's be Frank! Glee Club '45 Hockey '45 Girls' Basketball '45, '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Good boy! ldiot's Ideal-Do I Pbillfi.p.sJ Well! Glee Club '4 lntramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 5 '45 Room Agent Band '45, '46, '47 Band Club '47 President '47 Orchestra '46, '47 Student Council '45, '46, '47 La ReuaissanceN'47 llome Room Offices: Treasurer '45 President '46 Latin Club '46, '47 Treasurer '46 President '47 Juanita june Martin "Iuany" The time between wealt- ends. lrliot's ldealfHayrideS. lHi, Bob.J Clee Club '45, '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '47 46, Girls' Basketball '45 46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 46 '47 i lliebard Herron Mercer "Chub" Ladies, Gentlemen, Class- mates unzl Miss Crilly . . ldiot's Ideal4From Texas to Rome. Student Council '47 Debate '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 Vice President '47 Room Agent '46 Cbarles David Miller "Dave" Slow buf sure. ldiot's 1dealeNot being tall like j.D. Spanish Club '47 College Club '47 Science Club '47 Intramural Basketball '46, '47 Reserve Basketball '45 Track Squad '45, '46 VVillia1n Dean Mills "Bill" A man with a twinkle in his eye. ldiot's Ideal-English teachers. Reserve Football '42 Ex-Service Man: U.S.A. di john William Martin ..Bm,, Work, work, work all the time. lcliot's Ideal-The work I didn't get done during the eighth period. George Edward Mason .Edu The constant cycle ride. Idiot's IdealhStories of youth farm life. 800 Club '46, '47 Artbur Leroy Miller 'Art" Archibald, is that you again? Idiot's Idealejim, Clyde and Carol. Don Edward Miller "Don" The fatal lxour-12:30 to 1. ldiot's Ideal-Oh, those eighth periods. Intramural Basketball '46 Margaret Ann Mitchell "Margie" Music in the air. Idiot's Ideal-Running for the West Main bus. Y-Teens '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Page Thirty-Nine Page Forty Constance Ann ' Morehouse "Connie" Gracious in manner, loyal in spirit. ldiot's ldcalAGetting my bookkeeping! Y-Teens '47 Girl Reserves '46 Production Staff '47 Elinor Joan Morin acaseyn All that .s-he deep, she dues well. Idiot's ldcal-Driving thc new Buicks around town. Music Appreciation '47 Student Council '46, '47 College Club '47 President '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Masque and Gavel '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Scribblcrs '45, '46, '47 President '47 Home Room Offices: Vice President '45, '46 Volleyball '47 Honor Society '47 Shirley Earlene Mossholder "Enie" Cooperrider, Koureg and Braid. Idiot's Ideal-Taking too much for granted. College Club '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46 Girl's Volleyball '46 Hockey '45 Spanish Club '47 Girls' Basketball '47 Leland Glen Myers "Red" The fiery and fred haired, ami io. Idiot's Ideal-My hair. lntramural Basketball '45 300 C1-tb '46, '47 joseph Leroy Naylor "Lefty" ' WV0rking in home roam the eighth period. Idiot's ideal-Being called "Leroy." Boys' Baseball '47 Intramural '45, '46, '47 Richard John Neuman "Dick" Importing the town of Detroit. Idiot's Ideal-Track. Cross Country Squad '46 Track Squad '47 Detroit: Hi-Y '46 Track Team '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Irma Lynne Morgan "Chester" Early to bed 17:80 that isij ldiot's Ideal-Red station wagons. La Renaissance '46, '47 Science Club '47 College Club '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Vice President '47 Girl Reserves '45 Girls' Basketball '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Beatrice Annc Morrow "Anne" "The American Girl"- CSc0ut, that ix!! ldiot's ldealflleople leav- ing the "e" off my name. Girl's Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '46, '47 Girls' Athletic Council '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Music Appreciation '47 Charles Edward Murphy "Tex" or "Bud" Buds dizzy over Gizzy. ldiot's IdealADad Kreiderg never let school interfere with your education. Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. VValter Phillip Nadolson, jr. "Nail" The able mechanic. Idiot's Ideal-Tool room for one week "each sein." 300 Club '45, '46 Caryl Elizabeth Neal "Ca - - - ryl!" That little- sister of minei.. ldiot's Ideal-Worrying all year about receiving a certain little scroll tied with a nice red ribbon! Hockey '45 Music Appreciation '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Band '45. '46 Retailer Club '47 Charlotte Ellen Nichols "Chester" A pretty, peppy girl is she, What more can any maiden ire? Icliot's Ideal-lf you're down by the run, drop in. Student Council '46, '47 Secretary '47 Debate '45 La Renaissance '46, '47 Science Club '47 College Club '47 Glee Club '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45 ,,Business Staff '47 "' Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 46, '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Donald Eugene Norris ..D0n,, Gentlemen prefer blends. Idiot's Ideal-Waiting for Milly fNancy and Dalej after school. Glee Club '45 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Edwin Leslie Penick asonnyn Worry made men great. Why should I worry? Idiot's Ideal-People who do not like Plymouths. Glee Club '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '47 William Walker Phillips "Bill" He's a gay and folly lad. Idiot's Ideal-Girls. N Club 42, '43 Cross Country Squad '42 Track Squad 42, '43 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. James Edwin Pierce ajimv My senior year! Idiot's Ideal-School. 300 Club '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45 Glen Kenton Porter "Porta" Happy-go-lucky, Fair and Freeg Nothing there is that bothers mc. Idiot's Ideal4Being called Frank Sinatra. Dramatic Club '47 President '47 Masque and Gavel '47 Home Room Offices: President '45, '47 Class Play '47 Boys' Baseball '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Class Offices: President '45 Barbara Ann Post ..Bmb,. The Chatterbox, Idiot's Ideal-Listening for Georgie and people who ignore the unwelcome sign. CHi Lu and jim.J Glee Club '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Volleyball '47 Wilhelmma Jean Page "Billie jean" The Pepsodent Smile! Idiot's Ideal-I'm gonna Sue Lewis for biting my Hand while sharing a Clark bar with Rine. 1Hi, ganglj Mimeograph Staff '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46, '47 Eleanor Mary Percoco "Coke" Cures may be mrmy, but none have I. Idiot's Ideal-Bill saying, "Five Minutes more." 1Smith, that islj Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Intramural Basketball '45 Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46 Charles Edward Pierce "Dutch" Coming buck after the long wee -end. Idiot's Ideal-Monday mornings. Boys' Baseball '47 Intramural Basketball '46, '47 Carolyn Louise Pinkerton "Pinkie" My G. 1. Idiot's Idr-alvWVaiting for my soldier. fHi, Dick.j Glce Club '45, '46, '47 Room Agent '45, '46, '47 Future Retailers '46, '47 jack Edward Porter "jack" 8:30 and 1:00. Idiot's Ideal-Getting up in the morning. Intramural Basketball '45 Donsel Lee Post "Postie" Rushing from one thing to another. Idiot's Ideal-Time waits for no one. tl-Ii, jim.J by Page Forty-One Page Forty-Two Gerald Eugene Pound "Dutch" Crowds in the halls. ldiot's Ideal-Looking for someone in between periods. fHi, B. M.J Intramural Basketball '45 '46 Future Retailer Club '47 June Marguerite Pound A friend to all who know her. Idiot's Ideal-People who don't believe I have seven brothers and one sister! Mimeograph Staff '47 G.Y.A. '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Renna Louise Prouty "Rena" The Bostonian. Idi0t's Ideal-Oh! If I could only get to Westminster Seminary. 1Hi, George.j Girl Reserves '45, '46 Future Retailer Club '47 Lawlord Blaine Rector "jim" Oh, to be in junior high. CGetting out at 3:I5.J Idiot's Ideal-Eighth period on Friday. Intramural Basketball '45, '46. 300 Club '46, '47 Mac ,loanne Rcld HIGH 1t'.v Nye--ee all the time. ldiot's Ideal-How I'tl like to be in Florida. iHi, Betty.J G.Y.A. '47 Glee Club '45, '46 Mimeograph Staff '47 Music Appreciation '46 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Vicc President '46 Girls' Volleyball '46 Charles Robert Renard alackv The Foxy Type-CReynard, that ish Idiot's Ideal-English. Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Reserve Football '45 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Boys' Baseball '45 llarold Wright Pound "Poundy" The heavy weight. x Idiot's Ideal-People who call be "lb," Intramural Basketball '46 Reserve Basketball '45 Track Squad '45, '46 Phyllis Ann Pritchett "Pbyl" She has pep in every step. Idiot's Ideal-My short ma- jorette skirt attracting at- tention. CHi, Vernie.J G.Y.A. '47 Band '46, '47 Phyllis Adele Radclltt "Phil" The time between week- ends. Idiot's Ideal-When Friday night comes. fHi, Marty.J Glcc Club '4 5 Charles Lee Redman "Charley" The turdy bell rings. Idiot's Ideal-For certain occasions I am always on time. Future Retailer Club '47 Al Richard Reinhard The Zanesville Debutants Idiot's Ideal-No inoney, no gas, no car. Fostoria High School '45 Hi-Y '45, '46 Glee Club '45, '46 Boy's Quartet '46, '47 James Roger Reusser ..Jim,, He is willing to be con- vinced, but find the per- son who can convince him. Idiot's Ideal-Meat short- age. Music Appreciation '46, '47 Treasurer '46, '47 ' Spanish Club '46 Orchestra '45, '46, '47 Debate '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Student Council '46, '47 Class Offices: Treasurer '46 Honor Society '47 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '46 james Paul Riley elim., Midnight rifles to Columbus Idiot's Ideal-The big l Reserve Basketball '45 Varsity Basketball '46 Reserve Fooball '45 Varsity Football '45, '46, '47 Track Squad '45, '46 ,47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46 john Frederick Roberts ajerryr, Annual Nuisance. Idiot's Ideal-Bnzzin' around. Hi-Y '45, '46, '47 Treasurer '47 Intramural Basketball '45 Music Appreciation '46 Band '45, '46, '47 Room Agent '45 Annual Staff '46, '47 Editor '47 c,l'Cl113Sfl'il '47 Business Staff '46 Doris Alice Rogers "Stinkey" The Armed Forces. Idiot's Ideal-I wish that my G.I. wish would come true. fHi, B.R.D Music Appreciation '45, '46 Retailer's Club '47 J unes Richard Ruton "Stinky" Corner of jefferson and Sixth. Idiot's Ideal-"Doin' what comes naturally." Hi-Y '46, '47 Spanish Club '47 Science Club '47 Intramural Basketball '47 Music Appreciation '47 Richard Michael Schenk ..Dick,, A quiet man, but quite a man. Idiot's Ideal-The eighth period. Hi-Y '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45 Reserve Basketball '45 Varsity Basketball '46, '47 Cross Country Squad '46, '47 Track Squad '45, '46, '47 College Club '47 Room Agent '45 Boys' Baseball '45, '46 Gerald Lee Scott Having a good time, all the time. Idiot's Ideal-Nothing in particular. Mimeograph Staff '46, '47 Reserve Basketball '45, '46 Varsity Basketball '45, '46 Varsity Football '45 Track Squad '45 Band '44 Class Play '45, '46 Formerly of Knoxville H.S., Knoxville, Illinois. Coralie Faye Roberts ncorky., Laugh and Liveg then Learn! Idiot's Ideal-Some people prefer "dear" hunting, but I'll take "Fox" hunting. C..Y.A. 46. '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Vice Room Offices: President '45 Secretary '46 Science Club '45, '46 Reveille News Staff '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 '47 46. Girls' Basketball '45 '47 46, Girls' Baseball '45, '47 46, Mamie Helen Robertson "Marne" Good things come in small packages. Idiot's IdealYNo place to go! Girls' Volleyball '45 '46, '47 NVilliam Harry Rossel ..R0ssy,, ..Biu,, f.Hemy,, C'mon, I'll take your purl. Idiot's Ideal-Need for a "Managers' Union"- lHi, Athletcslj Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Reserve Basketball Manager '45 Varsity Basketball Manager '46, '47 Reserve Football Manager '45 Varsity Football Manager '46, '47 Track Squad Manager '45 Boys' Baseball '46, '47 College Club '47 Home Room Offices: Treasurer '45 Carl Albert Schenk auedr, The Band Leader. Idiot's Ideal-Hess she been here? Orchestra '47 Band '46, '47 Hi-Y '45, '46, '47 Reserve Football '45 Room Agent '45 Carol Gene Schonhar "Karsiee" 4 l A girl with ll slmimg personality. I Idiot's IdealfW'aiting on people. CHi, je-rry.j Cleo Club '47 Y-Teens '47 Thomas Nelson Scott "Dash" Getting math. Idiot's Ideal-Dating women. Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Page Forty-Three Page Forty-Four Frank Sessor 'Spced" Idiot's Ideal-Nothing, Everything's "Rosie," Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Music Appreciation '46 Boys' Baseball '47 john Riley Shaw "ReBop Stomp" I mn a world traveler. lcliot's Ideal-Those cab jivers. La Renaissance '45, '46, '47 Home Room Offices: President '43 William Eugene Slotterbeck "Slotter" The poor truck Idiot's Ideal-Driving slow. Orchestra '45, '46, '47 300 Club '46, '47 Treasurer '47 Dorinda Mae Smith "Rintly" or "Dinny" Let's ploy basketball. ldiot's Ideal-Lucky at cardsg unlucky at love. CHi, Bill.J Girl Reserves '45, '46 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girl's Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, 46, '47 Y-Teens '47 Glee Club '45, '46 Dramatic Club '47 Helen Elizabeth Smith "Bobbie" Keeping up with the world. Icliot's Ideal-'l'hree Mus- keteers. lHi, Bleach and Jane-y.j Cleo Club '47 French Club '46 Camera Club '47 William Gene Smith "Bill" Work on the farm. lcliot's Ideal-"Those guys calling me a wolf-Hal" lHi, Frank!j Lancaster High School: Student Council '44 Aeronautics Club '44, '45 Irma Edsel Shannon "Shortie" Let's get our names straight, kids! Idiot's Ideal-Huffy, not Hubby-Understand?? Retail Selling '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '47 Girls' Basketball '45 46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '47 George Sissea, Jr. .Sisn True blue, dependable he is, The kind we all would like to be. Idiot's Ideal4San Quenten quail. N Club '48 Home Room Offices: President '43 Intramural Basketball '47 Reserve Basketball '42 Reserve Football '41 Varsity Football '42, '43 Track Squad '42, '43 Hockey '43 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Donald Logan Smith A 'Moe' ' God's gift to women. Idiot's Ideal-Hearing President Truman speak in Public Speaking. 1Hi, Edlj Room Agent '45 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Varsity Basketball '45, '46, '47 Varsity Football '45, '46, '47 La Renaissance '47 Dwight Edward Smith "Smitty" Being misundenrtood. Idiot's Ideal-A certain teacher in 405. Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Martha Eileen Smith "Marty" Getting work done. Idiot's Ideal-Getting to football games. lHi, Phi1.J Mimeograph Staff '47 Retailer Club '47 Margaret Lavern Smitley "Margie" Good things come in small packages. Idiot's Ideal-It's a wom- an's privilege to change her mind. fHi, Phil., Girls' Volleyball '45 Girls' Basketball '45 Girls' Baseball '45 Science Club 45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Business Staff '47 John Lancaster Spalding "Rebel" The Blue Grass State. Idiot's Ideal-I have faith in everything. Doris Arlene Springer "Dietsy" Dark eyes and shining hair. Idiot's Ideal-I-Iairdos, especially bangs. lHi, Wilma.J Glee Club 45 Art Club '45, '46 Betty Marie Stebelton "Squirt" The "Red Letter" woman. Idiot's Ideal-Back seat drivers. LI-Ii, Tonie.J Hockey '45, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45 '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, 46, '47 Ronin Agent '47 Donald Lee Stevens "Butch" The world is as you take it. Idiot's Ideal-YVomen. Intramural Basketball '41 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Dwight Leroy Stickle "Pete" Getting an early start on things. Idiot's Ideal-These Mon- day mornings. Intramural Basketball '45 Elsie Carolyn Stockdale "Pennie" An ideal companion. Idiot's Ideal-Try to act as a dignified senior should. Music Appreciation '47 Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Band '45, '46, '47 Glee Club '45, '47 Clarence Chester Spencer "Skid" The world and people in it. ldiot's Ideal-Things that make life so wonderful. Hi-Y '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '46, '47 Music Appreciation '47 Science Club '47 College Club '47 Viec President '47 Home Room Offices: President '46 Vice President '47 La Monte Vail Springer ..Eli,, The "Little Ones" at Newark lligli School. ldiot's Ideal-Getting up in the morning after being out with the boys. tChug-a-lug.j Hi-Y '43 Home Room Officer '43 Room Agent '44 Boys' Baseball '4f3. '44 Intramural Basketball '48, '44 Ex-Service Man: U.S.M.C. Richard Eugene Stedman "Cudclles" Nlake mine l7llliS'll'. ldi0t's Ideal-Collecting popular records. Troy Franklin Stewart "Tex" Having the time of my life. lcliot's IdealAFlirting with girls. Music Appreciation '46 Science Club '47 Edward Lee Stickle ..Ed,, A good friend is always in demand. Idiot's Ideal-My grades in English. Intramural Basketball '45, '46 Future Retailer Club '47 Boys' Glee Club '47 Betty Ann Subora "'I'onie" Variety is the spice of life. ldi0t's Ideal-The little T. his Thommy Toe. Hockey '45, '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Music Appreciation '46 Room Agent Pu gc F4 mrly-S ix Stanley Raymond Sullivan "Stan" A nmn of mark. ldiot's ldeal-Rooms 207 and 208. Intramural Basketball '45 Ruth Alice Tabler ttRuth,, . She is ri pleasant companion to ull. ldiot's Ideal-Retail selling class. Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '47 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Patricia Louise Taylor "Pat" Not KeIlog's. but shc's "Pep" just the same. Idiot's Ideal-I'm happy about the whole thing. G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Home Room Offices: President '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Cheerleader '45, '46, '47 Class Officer: Vice President '46 Dramatic Club Secretary '47 Shirley Ann Thomas "Shirley" ldiot's Ideal-"Twinkle," twinkle, little star! Science Club '45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 . Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Hockey '45 john Maxwell Tippie ..Tip,, That handsome hunk of man. ldiot's Ideal-Hunting. junior Hi-Y '43 Senior Hi-Y '44 College Club '47 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Marjorie Eileen Ulrey .tMarge,, Laugh and the world laughs with you. . ldiot's Ideal-Getting up in time to catch the school bus. Glee Club '47 Production Staff '47 Fred Lee Swartz uDiZZ,, just being happy is a good thing. ldiot's Ideal-Seventh period history class. Intramural Basketball '45, '46 300 Club '46, '47 Charles Robert Taft "Bob" A sense of humor is the salt of life. ldiot's Ideal-Extra. Ex-Service Mau: U.S.N. Marcita Marie Terrell "Terry" lfVith laughing eyes and ll happy disposition. ldiot's Ideal-I just let homework go to smash whenever fun and homework clash. Science Club '47 Girl Reserves '46, '47 Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45 Y-Teens '47 Zelner Thomas, Ir. "Zeke" Zelner's pal, Mr. F. W. Smith. ldiot's Ideal-English. College Club '47 Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Margaret Lou Tyhurst ..Margy,, Sweets to the Sweet. ldiot's Ideal-When the gang orders "Pepsi," I always take "Hepsy!" G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Science Club '45, '46, '47 Hockey '45, '47 Music Appreciation '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 - Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Billie Lou Van Horne "Billie" , The time between week- ends. Idiot's Ideal-Just can't wait for Saturday night. qui, Bmchq John Garfield Van Horn "Van" "Hello, Mother. This is your son, lucid" ldiot's Ideal-Stuck-up girls. Ili-Y '46, '47 llonle Room Offices '45 Room Agent '45 Science Club '45, '46 Boys' Baseball '45, '46 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Reserve Football '45 Varsity Football '45, '46 Cross Country Squad '46, '47 Track Squad '45, '46 Shirley Jean Vermillion "Jeanie" Silence is golden. ldiot's IdealePeople who call me "Blondie-." Girls' Volleyball '46 Mimeograph Staff '47 Reveille News Staff '47 Home Room Offices: Secretary '46 Library Assistant '45 Y-Teens '47 Honor Society '47 Norma Jean Waddell "Norinie" Always smiling! Idiot's Ideal-Shall we go to the 500? Science Club '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Hockey '45, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 John Arlo Wanamaker "Johnny" or "Red" I "lime" Ecmmmics. ldiot's Ideal-Everything in general but nothing in particular. Mimeograph Staff '46, '47 Room Agent '45, '46, '47 Phyllis Leola VVebb "Phil" Madame President. ltliot's Ideal-It's a wom- an's privilege to change her mind. fHi, Margie-,J G.Y.A. '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 President '47 Latin Club '45, '46 Masque and Gavel '46, '47 Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Athletic Association '46, '47 Glee Club '46 ' Cheerleader '45, '46, '47 Anna Ilellma Wessmger "Ann" A regular girl, and the bex! of pals. Idiot's Ideal-Waiting for certain people to get taller! Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Mimeograph Staff '47 Lillian Grace Van Wey "Yinnie" YVorking hard in gym class! Idi0t's Ideal-Don't rush mel! Just give me time! Glee Club 45, '46, '47 G.Y.A. '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Donald Forrest Von Schriltz ..Doc,, The track man. ldiot's Ideal-Seventh period history class. Intramural Basketball '44, '45 Track Squad '44, '45 V300 Club '46, '47 President '47 Vice President '46 Home Room Offices: Secretary '45 Ramona Sue Wiildeck "Mona" That sister of mine. ldiot's Ideal-"Buicks with green stripes." tlrli, Betty.l Girls' Volleyball '46 Dolores Jeannette Warner ..Dee,, My brother, Red. Idiot's Ideal-"Gee, I wish I was 19." Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Room Agent '45, '46 Retail Selling '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Sam Lawrence Welsh "Fram" Fur north on H udson Avenue. ldiot's Ideal-What shall we do tonight? fHi, Margie.l Hi-Y '46, '47 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Home Boom Offices: Treasurer '45 President '46 WVanda Lou Westbrook "Lu Lu" or "Shorty" Curling my hair. Idiot's Ideal-Just wait! Someday I'll be tall! Girl Reserves '45 'age l9'orty-Seven 2 Page Forty-Eight Geraldine Marie Whitehead ncerry., Sing away sorrow: cast away care. Idiot's Ideal-Longing for that trip to Athens. 1Hi, Bill.J Chorus '45, '46 Marjorie Juanita Wilkin "Peanuts" Out-of-town men. Idiot's Ideal-You say you're not from Newark! Let's get acquainted. Y-Teens '47 Glee Club '44 Girl Reserves '46 Home Room Offices: Vice President '46 Girls' Baseball '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '46, '47 Girls' Volleyball '46, '47 Max Milton Williams UMM., Early hours in the morning. Idiot's Ideal-Flat tires at 2:00 a. m. Spanish Club '47 Science Club '47 Track Squad '45 College Club '47 Intramural Basketball '45 Howard Carl Wilson "Wils" He's wise who looks but little. Idiot's Ideal-Afternoons. Spanish Club '47 College Club '47 Science Club '47 Hi-Y '46 Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47 Boys' Baseball '45, '46, '47 Harriett Roberta Winter The silent type. Idiot's Ideal-A certain boy by the name of Bob. Girl Reserves '46 Y-Teens '47 Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Dorothy Jean Wright NDN., Our Dorothy's the blond that men prefer. Idiot's Ideal-Pleasant sum- mers in Plymouth, Mass. fHi, Ruth and jean.j Glee Club '46, '47 Hockey '45 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Basketball '45, '46, '47 Girls' Baseball '45, '4l6, '47 Henry Wilkin "Slim" This learning! What a bore it is! Idiot's Ideal-Studying in the shop. Charles Vernon Williams "Ice" or "Vemie" That look in his eye. Idiot's Ideal-Better late than never. Boys' Baseball '43, '44 Varsity Basketball '43, '44 Reserve Football '42 Varsity Football '43, '44 Ex-Service Man: U.S.A. Richard Glenn Williams ..Dick,. Speech is mightier than strength. Idiot's Ideal-Studying in the shop library. Hi-Y-'45 Intramural Basketball '44 Freda Pearl Wince "Twirp" All the time after 4:00 p. m. Idiot's Ideal-Oh, That black Ford, 1Hi, Roy.j Retailer Club '46, '47 Home Room Offices: '46, '47 Girl Reserves '45, '46 Y-Teens '47 Girls' Volleyball '45, '46 Reginald Dennis Wirick ...I-Dev I appreciate school. Idiot's Ideal-Getting math. Ex-Service Man: U.S.N. Helen Louise Young "Helen" Let's be "Young" forever. Idiot's Ideal-Twelve chick- en sandwiches to go! SENIOR COMMITTEES RING COMMITTEE Patricia McCracken, chairman, john Dettre, Maurice Dnffins, Dolores Evans. ANNOUNCELIICNTS CEOISUWITTRE . Patricia Lowry, chairman, Maurice Duffins, Nancy Hall, john Wanamaker, Doris Springer. b1OTTO COMNIITTEE Carol Koveleski, chairman, Norma Dalton, Ann Howard. FLOWERS CULUNIITTEE Mary jean Butcher, chairman, Shirley Vermillion, Angela Deer- ing. COLORS C0lNIlNIIT'I'ICE Mona Hose Harris, chairman, Gloria Kaercher, Myra DrI1InIn. CLASS PLAY CIOINIINIITTICE Dolores Evans, chairmang james Fnllen, Evelyn Lewis, Glenn Porter, John Brandt. CLASS lxlElNIORIAL C01NI1X'IIT'l'ICF1 Probert Crawford, chairman, Mary Burson, Phyllis Webb. BREAKFAST CCJINIMITTPIPI Mary Carpenter, chairman, William Lavelle, Irma Morgan, Iohnny John. ' CLASS PARTY COMMITTEE Don Idle, chairman, Marjorie llall, llicharcl Schenk, Charlotte Nic-hols. DECORATIONS COMMITTEE James Rensser, chairman, llerron Mercer, Shirley Kuppinger, Ioan De Ment. Page Forty-Nine Student Leaders Seated-Carol Kovelcski Clionor studentj, Mary Carpenter fdebatel, jack Dettre tpresident of the senior class and editor of tlie Pneveille Newsl, and Marjorie Hall Clvusiness manager of the Annualj. Standingwjolin Roberts Ceditor of the Rcveillt: Annuall, Robert Crawford Qpresident of Student Councilj, and james Relisser fpresident of tlie National Honor Soeietyj. Not in pictnreeDonald L. Smith Catliletiesl. Senior Committee Cnctirmen ,Q ikfi Seated-Patricia McCracken fRing Coinmitteel, Mary jean Butcher tFlowcr Committcej, Mona Rose Har- ris CColors Committcei, Dolores Evans CSenior Class Playb. Standing-James Reusser QDecoration Committecl, Carol Koveleski fMotto Connnitteej, Patricia Lowry cAHHOUDC6ID6HtSD, Robert Crawford CClass Meniorialj. Not in picture--Donald Idle QScenior Class Partyj and Mary Carpcvnter CSenior Class Breakfastj. N I ' F ' ., Page F ifty-One xxnf xx S9 055 'SK Page Fifty-Four Iunior Class Cfficers RALPH BARRETT President BETTY MCPEEK Secretary FRANK THOMAS Vice President IAMES ARMBRUSTER Treasurer Juniors Row 1-Clara Althar, Annabell Alexander, Winston Allen, Ardeth Anderson, Eugene An- derson, Jerry Anderson, Paul Anderson, James Armbruster. Row 2-Robert Atherton, Mildred Attlee, Wanda Ballentine, Ralph Barrett, Kenneth Baughman, Mary Jane Bebout, Sally Jane Beck, Garry Benner. Row 3-Juanita Blizzard, Evelyn Blodgett, Molly Lou Bob, Mary Boyer, Jerry Bowden, Barbara Bradford, Nancy Branscome, Edith Brown. Row 4-Mary Brown, Robert Brown, James Brutchey, Joan Busby, Harry Butler, Clinton Calloway, Clara Carter, David Chaney. Row 5-Kenneth Channel, John Chester, Jo Ann Citrone, Ellen Claggett, Charles Coad, Geraldine Coates, John Cocanour, Donald Cochran. Row 6-Frieda Davis, Flora Del Cecato, James Denner, Loretta Derringer, Floyd Dickey, Betty Dickerson, Paul Diller, Tracey Diller. ROW 7-George Dine, Donald Dollison, La Verne Dowler, Carl Duncan, Virginia Dunn, Letha Dyer, Charles Edwards, Janet Ellis. ' Row 8-Katherine Ellis, Inez Elmore, Marjory Evans, Naomi Evans, John Bruce Ewald, Janice Ewing, Mary Coffinbarger. Not Pictured-Edith Arbaugh, Margaret Barcus, Virginia Boyer, Marie Braid, Cleda Cun- ningham. Page Fifty-Five N , , x ' A 4 gn... plum-inigazg,.na3f - i,-1g-v-n"5l-- fry- .---.wggpw-vw-,Tv fr W- M--.Wm-vwunv-ess"ugz!w,-fu , 4 , luniors Page Fifty-Six Row 1-NVillia1n Collins, Richard Couden, Stella Craig, Norma Dalton, Betty Darling, Mary Daugherty, Oren Davis, Robert Ewing. Row 2-Bernard Fatig, Nancy Fatig, Annabelle Feiber, Mildred Fields, Ruth Fisher, Richard Fisk, Frank Flowers, Carol Fluharty. Row 3-Richard Fluhart, Charles Forbes, Evelyn Ford, Gloria Fox, Ronald Franz, Ber- nard Freas, Eugene Galbraith, Earl Gamerdinger. Row 4-Jim Garee, Ralph Garee, james Gilliam, Lawrence Gleckler, Harold Goodin, Martha Goodlet, Robert W. Gardner, john Griffith. Row 5-Kenneth Guy, Darlene Hague, Rodney lannahs, Charles Handley, Janice Hand, Martha Hare, Rosalee Harmon, Donna Harper. ,' Row 6-Chloe Harris, Richard Hartman, Donald Heatwole, Gloria Hendren, Amy Henzy, Warren Herninger, Robert Hill, Ruth Hill. Row 7-Rodney Hobbs, Mary Ann Hohnan, Ruth Holmes, Gwendolyn Hohnok, jean Ilonenberger, Bill Hughes, Donald llunter, Earl lluston. Row 8-Norma Huston, Eleanor Inlow, Eugene Johnson, Carole jones. Not Pictured-Lester Franklin, WVillia1n Griffith, Harry Harris, Margaret Haunian, Bennie Hitchcock, Nancy Idle. V l K -Y L lm-.- z1A..g-L..-4v:5..,.. . ,,.. .L ...... .. A QYSQIQII T How 1 lxbllllllll JQ11lx1I1b C,OI'l1kl11 lonu Nleirlll outs Rolnrt juuu Xllglllll lm s -121-ty Kult jomnc Kaernher Putt Io Kulxley Row 2 Maryorle Kelley Ceoigt klgll' Ixumeth Ixml, Lum lung Ruby Lou IXIIIIIGLI William Knox jemne Kurtzhilz Rlthard Lallv Row Liglitncr, Row M cCauu, . Ruw McLcisl1, Row Malherbc Bttty M lrple A1111 1 M isa Ll as Batty M itz Row 7 Douild NI: mliun Gem Nhlltr lLLlllNIl Nhllu Llhs Xluliit Xl ny lxlijllllgllllltlj Marcia Moon NV1ym Niooit Batty N101 m Row S VV1v11e Mcuioyy Pugh nd My us Dmtlu 1 Mymrs Ink M nu Not Pittuled Don C' joms 11 uiitt jonts XI mm Linn Bttty NILCIIUILQ , IQ., ..,,,,,c-1.,...,,,,v - ,.-- ,+,.,,,Fr,,,.n.w- """"'! , , Iuniors av Row 1-Gerald Nash, Mary Neff, Elizabeth Nethers, Mary Lou Nichols, Paul 'Norris, Kenneth Oakleaf, Richard Oder, Gerry Overstreet. Row 2-Richard Padar, Jack Palm, Robert Patrick, Patricia Patrick, Loueda Patton, Bruce Penrose, June Perdue, William Peterson. Row 3-Kathryn Pfeffer, Evelyn Phillips, Patricia Lou Phillips, Desso W. Phillips, Don- ald Pigman, Rollie Pipes, Wanda Place, joan Plaine. Row 4-Robert Post, Robert Pound, Norma Iriest, Jerry Provin, Wayne Queen, Constance Radu, Robert Ramey, Richard Redd. Row 5-Emma Lou Redman, William Reabcck, Lloyd Reinbeau, Marian Replogle, Richard Retherford, Lloyd Rhodes, Patsi Rice, Patti Rice. Row 6-Frances Richards, Wilma Richards, Thomas Rickles, Bonnie Rine, Alice Ritchey, Suzanne Rivitz, Donald Roberts, Evelyn Robinsor Row 7-Maryann Robinson, Carol Russell, Richard Ryan, Linda Satterfield, Jack Schaller, Charles Schenk, Harry Schmidt, Molly Schmutzler. Row S-Roger Search, Ardella Shannon, Harold Sheets, Betty Stevens. Not Pictured-Eleanor Percoco, Gerald Radcliffe, Phyllis Radcliffe. Page Fifty--Eight luniors Row 1-Robert Sherman, Emojean Shomakery Nancy Singer, Donald M .Smith, Donald R. Smith, Ruth Smith, Mildred Snow, Robert Snyder. Row 2-Rose Soliday, Shirley Stasel, Joan Stedman, Robert Stewart, Colleen Stokes, Eloise Strait, Donald Street, Patricia Sullivan. , Row 3-David Teagarden, James Teuscher, Frank Thomas, Alvin Thompson, Maggie Thompson, Ruth Thorp, John Tippie, Betty Trimble. Row 4-Gerald Truex, Ioan Tucker, Betty Turk, Rosemarie Turner, Frances Van Horn, Barbara Van Fleet, Leland Vermilion, James Walker. Row 5-Virginia Walker, Archy Waller, Kathryn Warman, Don Watson, Nevil Watson, Ruth Watson, Mary Wagner, Dolores Weed. Row 6-Dorothy Weekly, Lulu WVeekly, Iarnes VVeller, Charles Wells, Corabelle West- fall, Paul Wetzel, Jean White, Elizabeth Williams. Row 7-Marilyn Williams, June Wilson, Shirley Wiuegardner, Patsy Wise, Rosa Wise, Charles Woolard, Walter Woolard, John Worley. Row 8-Mary Iane Wright, Robert Young. Not Pictured-Eugene Sites, George Smith, Julia Styers, Glen Thompson, Billie Lou Van Horne. Page Fifty-Nine Page Sixty Sophomore Clozss Qfficers I AMES MCF ARLAN D President EDWARD RYAN Vice President MARILYN WEBB Secretory DAVID MECKLEY Treasurer Sophomores 'Sl' M5 '- MPI :V fe, Y ..-W, 1 -7 ag, I- 4-it ab- an-Q.. W . 'Y' Row 2-Jo Ann Abbot, Carolyn Adams, Barbara Allen, Donalcl Alspaeh, Esther Amos, Patricia Anderson, Robert Ashbrook, Robert Ault. Row 2-Norma Barcus, Orville Baughxnan, Iuanita Beeny, june Beekman, Charlotte Beesler, Io Ann Bell, Richard Benner, Dorothy Bennett. Row 3-Maurice Burt, Dick Betz, Earl Bevarcl, Lena Bieberbaeh, Kathryn Birkey, Mar- garet Binckley, Barbara Black, Mary Black. Row 4-Emil Block, David Blowers, Joseph Bonlle, Barbara Bonham, Barbara Lee Bonham, Eugene Bonham, Maymie Bowen, Virginia Boyer. Row 5-Marjorie Brecht, Robert Braddock, Alice Bragg, Hilda Bratiiseh, Carol Brooks, Dick Brown, Marilyn Brown, Mary Dolores Brown. Row 6-Murel Brown, Reola Brown, Jess Buchanan, Ioan Burgess, Robert Burns, Mary Butler, Barbara Carter, Crile Chaney. Row 7-William Chaney, Cornelius Cherry, Elizabeth Cochran, Roland Cochran, Kath- erine Cole, William Coleman, Lois Cooksey, jess Coopericler. Row 8-Betty Lou Korb, James Coyle, Clela Cunningham, juunnitn Cnpps. Not Pictured-Charles Bonncls. Page Sixty-Une ...Zi A A Sophomores Row 1-Clarence Cramer, Carolyn Crawford, Laura Dalton, Geraldine Daugherty, Dor- othy Davidson, Eloise Davidson, Richard Davis, Mable Davis. Row 2-Alice Dawson, Valeria Decker, June Deeds, Robert De Lancey, Betty Dement, Jack DeMent, Wilbur DiBlasio, Addison Dickinson. Row 3-Ruth Dillion, Shirley Diller, Joan Dixon, Eleanor Dodson, Betty Lou Eiffinger, Gretchen Ellis, Stanley Ericson, Mary Ellen Eshelrnan. Row 4-Donald A. Evans, Ruth Ann Fairall, Bonnie Farmer, Richard Feuerriegel, Paul F lanigan, Faith Fletcher, Sally Forbes, Janice Frey. Row 5-Alice Frey, Robert Garver, Larry Gatrell, Joan Gatrell, George George, Gene- vieve Gihbs, William Gienger, Janet Glasmeir. Row 6-Richard Glasrneir, Edna Mae Grove, Mary Lou Grandstaff, Paul Grigsby, Bill Griffith, Naomi Griffith, Joe Gutridge, Jean Haas. Row 7-Howard Haga, Harriet Hagans, Mary Ann Hale, Mary Hanners, Larry Handel, Virginia Handley, Keith Harbit, John Harding. 1 . Row 8-Helen Harris, Jack Hart, Carole Haley, Walter Hay, Jim Helplirey, Anna Lou Henry, William Henry, Peter Henson. Not Pictured-Jeannine Dial. Page Sixty-Two X Sophornores Row l-Joyce Hess, Harold Hicknian, Calvert Hines, Betty Holley, Cleo Holton, Robert Hook, Dianna Horwitz, Donald Howard. Row 2-Phyllis Howard, Clarice Howes, Relva Huffman, Joseph Hughes, Norma Jean llunt, Max Ivers, Ralph Jackson, Treva Jeffers. Row 3-Dollie Jones, Don W. Jones, Joseph Jones, Danny Johnson, Seward Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Ted Johnson, Richard Johnston. ' Row 4-Robert Kane, Joyce Keinath, Wilburt Kiger, John Kincaid, Donald Kinney, Chris- tine Kornman, Joan Kvintus, Shirley Lamson. Bow'5-Annabelle Lane, Harold Lane, John Larrimore, Betty Lavelle, Eddie Leach, Kathleen Levingston, Lois Litten, Dolores Logsden. Row 6-Evelyn Love, Hu h Lecky, Margaret Lugar, Kathleen Luther, James Mac- F arland, Sue MacNealy, Doris hiacliherson, Norma McKinney. Row 7-Mary McKnight, Carlene McMannis, Ross McPeek, Katherine Markham, Jack Mar- riot, Barbara Martin, Frances Mason, Ruth Mason. Row 8-Dnrward Masters, Charles Mathie, David Met-kley, Bill Miller, Donald Moon, Harold Moore, Betty Moss, Violet Mowrey. Not Pictured-Donald Hose, Paul Keller, Betty Kidd, Clarence Kinney, Betty Lou Korln, Virgil Lake, David Langhery, Cloria Jean Longlnnan, Dnrward Luge-nheal, Shirley Miner Page Sixty-Three -mv-N -aw v-avr-"' Tvwrf' " ' 'Y , Sophomores Row l-Ruth Murphy? Glen Myers, Charlotte Nadolson, Juanita North, Martin Nusskern, llerb Nye, George Offenbaker, Margaret Neal. Row 2-Helen Orr, Nancy Otterman, Virginia Oxley, Nancy Pancaw, Patricia Parker, Charlotte Parlet, Charles Peffers, Russel Peffers. V Row 3-Hazel Pemberton, Donald Pepper, Virginia Perdue, Charles Perry, Raymond Perry, Ruth Pethtel, Rita Pettit, Charlotte Pickering. Row 4-Ruth Poling, Shirley Post, Charlene Pound, Jane Powell, Phyllis Powell, Ruth Price, Ned Pryor, James Raison. Row 5-Ierry Rambo, Goldie Mae Randles, Joyce Redman, Parker Reed, James Reid, Lena Ridenbaugh, Marjorie Rennecker, Rohert Reynard. Row 6-Alice Rice, Halley Richards, Jean Richards, Earl Richardson, Kenneth Roberts, Donna Robinson, Edgar Robinson, Grace Rodgers. Row 7-MinerVarRodgers, Dan Roike, Eileen Roof, Io Anne Rowe, Lawrence Rudolph, Anna Rusic, Charles Russel, Sonny Ruton. Row 8-Edward Ryan, Alice Sands, Bonnie Schlosser, Harold Schmitt, Dolores Scott, Ellen Sennett, Donald Shackleford, Ruth Shell. , Not Pictured-Donald Norris, Carl Oakle-af, Helen Orr, Shirley Petery, Charles Purks. , Page 'Sixty Four , Sophomores Row 1-Susan Shielcls, Barbara Shreve, Arthur Simpson, Orvie Simpson, Marjorie Simp- son, Donna Sleboclnilc, Robert Speer, Esther Smith. Bow 2-Jerry Smith, Thelma Smith, Giles Smueker, Donald Steinlioff, Josephine Stichter, Claude Stickle, Ellen Stickle, Walter Stickle. Row 3-Thomas Still, John Strate, Carleen Sutton, Juanita Swan, Edith Swartz, Macille Swartz, Donald Tanner, Harlan Taylor. Row 4-Margaret Taylor, Jean Teagarden, Bonita Thompson, Ruby Tignor, Richard Tippie, Betty Tripp, Lulu Vaia, Theodore Vaia. Row 5fMona Jean Vandpr lioven, Talbot Van Ness, Emma Jean Van Winkle, Eunice Varner, Eugene Varrasso, Dolores Vermilion, Juanita Vermilion, Margaret WVaggoner. Row 6-Dorothy Walclren, Eleanor Walker, Carolina Waitt, Myra Waitt, Glen Warrick, Marye Wealcley, Charles Weaver, Dalma Weaver. Row 7-Marilyn Webb, David Weller, Marjorie Wetzel, Dm-nnyWVheeler, Mary Willing, Earl Wilson, Jay Wilson, Dorothy Wolfe. Row 8-Ceorge Woolarcl, Barbara Wooles, Phyllis VVorst4-ll, Mabel Yarnelli, Larry Yaus, Kenneth Yost, Beverly Yount, Carol Za-iher. ., Not Victim-clV-'Juanita Smith, Norma Smith, Shirley Stasc-l. 1 Page Sixty-Five 'I 72111 us-no " "SriltS"w "UNH 100550 HAPPY IUPUI' ' W h'+c. hi wa1"l'fn"fur-?" N 'HIOSE' 5oP1'l'h'10RE5!U go Sixty-Six 3 LINCOLN IUNIOR I-HGH SCHOOL TIIORA B. MdCDONACI'I Principal ' A. B., Denison University M. A., Ohio State University E fx fx 4 X, Page S y S i f ' i A .J .5 N MJ --W -'-vw LINCGLN l of f v , Q, .ll if lil' J Syl W l X i 1 .XX Row 1-Homer Allen, Mary Jane nderson, George Andrews, Charles Angeletti, Harry Ballenger, Robert Barnes, Marcella Blizzard, Beverley Blowers. , Row 2-Mary Bonham, Don Bosscawen, Billie Boswell, ,Io Ann Burden, joan Boyd, Brin- gardner, James Butler, Ellen Carpenter. Row 3-James Carson, Robert Chaney, Donald Chapman, Jack Connor, Betty Courson, Gail Darnes, Hallie Davis, Richard Deeds. Row 4-Betty Delancey, Fred Dillon, Marlene Ditter, Kathleen Donaldson, Blanche Dutcher, Dixie Eisert, Frances Elmore, Martha Evans. ' Row 5-Allen Ewing, Clarice Farley, Ellen Flowers, Ralph Friend, Annabel Gardner, Lola Garrett, Hallie Gayheart, Anna Mae Groves. Row 6-Donald Gutridge, Verna Halhlaub, Patricia Ann Halhrooks, Mildred Helser, Billy Hitchcock, Ruth Huff, Patricia Hunt, John Huston. Row 7-Iune Iacohs, Douglas Johnson, Louise jones, Rohert Kaercher, Annahel Keeran, Norma Lane. Page Sixty-Eight LINCCDLN , ,www X I W'a"Wf,as x i "" iggai-gzfii A R' I vo- R A 'll V ir gf ' 5 V ,. ,ar Q ir t ik" V ' 'bw , V N A , Row 1-Katherine Link, Robert Livingston, Mary Lombardo, 51111165 McCaulslioy, Albert McDowell, Ralph Melnturf, Robert McVey, Duane Masters. 1 Row 2-Richard Melton, Kentrell Miller, Margaret Moomaw, Betty Myers, DUII Neighbor, jo Ann Nichols, Mary Alice Pakleaf, joan Place. Row 3-Earl Pollock, Charles Pound, Clarence Purdy, Frances Randles, Edwin Redman, Janet Rice, Inez Rinc, Phyllis Rine. Row 4-Delores Roach, Richard Schroats, Robert Scott, Vcrnabelle Seott, Robert Shaw, Ralph Sheeler, Judy Siegel, Donna Smith. Row 5-Shirley Smith, Mary Lou Snelling, Delores Spence, Howard Stickle, Ruth Stough, Louanna Sturman, Raymond Teagarden, Allan Tilton. Row 6-Ioy Tomlinson, Ioan Turk, Phil XValker, Roy XValker, Barbara XVarrington, Carol VVeakley, William Welch, Fred VVessinger. Row 7-Bonnie XVhite, Dorothy VVillia1ns, Robert VVllll2lIllS, VVarren vvllllillllii, Donald NVillis, YVanda YVoodruff, Joan Zink. Page Sixty-Nine The Lincoln Lantern hge Seventy Chi the picture, from left to right, seatedl Robert Lainpton, ,lohn Orr, Bernard Ditter, Bernard Farmer, WValter Chaney, Marilyn Brooks, jean Hines. fStandingl Lola Garrett, Evelyn Hughes, Donnalea Cain, Ruth Hnlt, June Jacobs, Shirley Smith, Ellen Carpenter, Dorothy Geller, -loann Turk. Absent at time ot picture Phyllis Prine, Bob Livingston. ' The "Lincoln Lantern" reappeared at Lincoln junior High School last year after the wartime activities no longer required so much of the pupils, time. The "Lanternv is a rnimeo- graphed paper, published four times annually containing stories, poems, sports, book reviews, reports of clubs, assemblies, athletic events and all ac- tivities in which Lincoln pupils are interested. Many boys and girls have contributed to the paper during the last two years. Some of the cover de- signs drawn by Lincoln pupils dis- 4 played both originality ot design and skill in drawing. Staff members work individually on stories assigned to them, however, a few of them have collaborated on stories based on in- terviews with speakers or classmates. Another feature of interest to the staff has been the exchange of papers with other Newark schools and neighbor- ing cities. This yearis Lantern has been guided by Phyllis Rine, president, Jimmy Butler, secretary, and Ellen Carpen- ter, treasurer. CENTRAL IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LESTER B. COX Principal A. B., Otterbein College Graduate Work, Ohio State University Page Seventy-O fi 'Q ..n,.,.:y,,m,.i.'. , ,. . - .J CENTRAL I Row l-Connie Allen, Barbara Bailey, Rohcrt Barrett, llch-n Baruxes, Richard Beery, Phyllis Beinhower, Lester Benner, Donna Bingham. R.w 2-Ioan Boring, Molly Braid, Barbara Brookover, Mildred Brown, La Verna Butler, VVilber Butler, Bobby Cates, Sally Clark. Row 3-Paul Clifton, Joyce Copley, Dwight Cottrill, Bill Coventry, Donald Coyle, Walter Cramer, Ruth Crawford, Mary Cree. Row 4-Lyle Doll, Charles Dudley, Carol Evans, Harold Frcas, VVillia111 Fish, Lepa Franga, Richard Clover, Robert Coodin. Row 5-Mary Crinnn, Richard Grove, Richard Hall, Dick Hayes, Florence Hayman, Paul Henderson, Iohn Hitchcock, Charles Holler. ' Row 6wMary Holman, Patricia Homman, Katherine House, Richard Humphries, Nancy Hunt, Sue James, Shirley Kilpatrick, Alice King. Row 7-Carol Lewis, james Lewis, Joanne Loewendick, Carrie Loughinan, Charlotte McMullen, Wanda McPeek, James Mariani, Linda Martin. Page Seventy-Two CENTRAL . is x . Row 1-Mary Martin, Alvin Miller, James Moody, Bonnie Moore, Ernest Oakley, Veroniea Orevae, john Palmer, Richard Palmer. Row 2-Marilyn Parker, Joe Parkinson, XVillia1n Patton, Cordon Patton, Charles Pickering, William Potts, Joanne Redman, Russell Reid. Row 3-Helen Renner, June Richards, Carl Rittenhouse, JoAnn Schultz, Glenn Siekles, , Lawrence Sillin, John Simniers, Paul Smith. Row 4wRosalie Smith, VVillian1 Sinitley, Rosalie Sniitley, Richard Snelling, Joyce Spell- inan, jane Steele, Robert Stevens, Carl Stewart. Row 5-Marilyn Stewart, Grant Stradley, Earl Stuthard, Shirley Stuhard, Phillip Sullivan, Shirley Swan, Lewis Unternaher, Arline Updike. Row 6-Ronald Van Atta, Karl Varuey, Diek NVallenhurg, Robert NVartluen, Gene lVatson, XVillian1 VVeekley, Dorothy VVelsh, Richard West. ' Row 7-Donald YVhite, Doris XVileox, Mary NVilliaxns, Chester XVilson, Marjorie XVinee, Nancy VVince, Fred VVinter, Minnie VVinter. Row 8-Eloise Wright. Not in Picture: Donald Felunilee, Marie Nisley, Betty Rowe, Pete Bauiugartner, Gene Kinsey, Anna Lou Cape, Richard Ellis. t Page Seventy-Three s Central Basketball Squad Row l-Paul Clifton, manager, William Coventry, Gene Watson, Robert Stevens, Pete Baumgartner, Robert Barrett, James Lewis. Row 2-Mr. Stuart, coach, James Mariani, Richard Beery, Edgar Dupler, Gene Kinsey, Russell Reid, Cates, manager. Page- Seventy Central School is proud to give rec- ognition to its Varsity and Reserve Basketball Squads. These boys, under the direction of their coach, Walter Stuart, finished the basketball season in first pla c e in their respective leagues. The Varsity team won 11 straight games during the season after losing its opener to Lincoln. Pete Baumgart- ner, forward, acted as captain and was high scorer on the team with a total of 136 points. Bob Stevens, cen- ter and pivot man, had a score of a total of 116 points. In addition to Baumgartner and Stevens, Jim Lewis, Gene Watson, Bill Coventry and Bob Barrett helped carry the brunt of at- tack throughout the rugged season. The Reserve team won 12 games and lost three during the regular sea- son which ended in a Central and Lincoln tie for first place. Thursday afternoon, March 13, Central added another trophy to its case when the Reserves won the championship of the league by taking a 14-8 decision from -Four Lincoln on the senior high gymnasium court. Milan F ranga, guard, acted as cap- tain and also scored 72 points. High scorer on the team was right forward, Ronnie Foote, with a total of 111 points. Bob Toland, center and pivot man, scored 63 points. 1946-47 Season Record VARSITY 24 Central - Lincoln 32 31 Central - Wilson 26 31 Central- St. Francis 19 V Central - Roosevelt 28 31 07 - Central- Lincoln 26 31 Central- VVi1son 20 38 Central e St, Francis ll -14 Central - Roosevelt 43 35 Central - Lincoln 38 Central- VVilson 24 234 Central- St. Francis 25 52 Central - Roosevelt 27 11 Central 22 Central 21 Central 29 Central 22 Central 17 Central 25 Central 26 Central 15 Central 1-1 Central 17 Central 15 Central 15 Central 22 Central 14 Central RESERVES Lincoln 29 Blessed Sacrament 20 Wilson 19 St. Francis 16 Roosevelt 8 Roosevelt 12 Blessed Sacrament 8 Wilson 15 St.. Francis 12 Roosevclt35 Cforfcitj Lincoln 18 Covertinn-J Blessed Sacrament 2 VVilson 7 St. Francis 5 Lincoln 8 f championshipj Robert .-gy - . . . V . 1 - WOODRQW WILSON IUNIQH HIGH SLHQOL E. H. HECKELMAN Principal A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University Page Seventy-F , WILSON Efi. . A,,,.,A.A,,, ,:,g, A 16 ami Row 1-Jean Ann Adams, Jo Ann Bachmun, Donna Builcy, Lewis Bcbout, Shirley Bran- non, Jo Ann Brownfield, Bessc Buchanan, Joyce Butler. Row 2-wVlllTl2. Butt, Jack Cartnul, Edward Cline, Carol Cochran, Charles Craig, Elaine Creighton, Carol Disbennett, Ruth A. Donovan. Row 3-Joyce Drake, Robert Ervin, Fred Fcrnow, Rose A. Fink, Paul Flowers, Marilyn F luharty, Estella Forsythe, F runklin F outs. Row 4-Glenn Fox, Barbara Fredritz, Shirley Gamble, John Gonser, Gail Goss, Jean Grider, Janice Grove, Nancy Haines. Page Seventy-Six Row 5-Wilson Henry, Sue Killinger, Larry Hogue, Alan Hoon, Bill Johnson, Bob Kirk. 'Q ,WW WILSON ,,,. ,,, ,V ,Q M, ,W ii V' I 1 K Q M , .V 11.3 Q - V, in ' .5-1. E J 2' - -V :Q , r , . ""' V - ' ' -if . AL -V . V , V M at V s ieyiyi e 1 ' WMM ' I W 'f il e -- QQ: mf ..,,.. --" ' ""' 5:-5-I - -- : :::-V5,.,- 3 "" 3 ' - f " -"-'V ' , 33 .I Y 1 .5 ,A 1, .EEE E , :E 4 .Q r V -- ir - ' .ii , -5,5 , ja. fi :Ef:g. ,. :ij -V M.. gg 'N I . 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Row 4-Shirley Staiger, Mary Lou Staueh, Charles Swiek, Donald Thomas, Jean Thomp- son, Marlene Vann, Roland Wagner, Carol Walker. Q Row 5-Harriet Warnock, june Wee-ldey. Nancy Wiekharn, Sue Wilkin, Iohn Winee, Nancy XVoltjen, Barbara Yost. Page Seventy-Seven Wilson lunior l-liqh School Ensemble Left to right fstanclingl-Mrs. We-lsbacher, Shirley Lev, Ivan Gricler, Elaine Creighton, Ioan Ann AllllT1S Dorothy Lewis, XVilnm Butt, Sue YVill4in, Donna Ilzlilvy. Seatvcl-Joyce Butler, Ct-orgeann Penick. W o 0 d r 0 W Wilson Junior High School is featuring the above picture of the 4'Girls' Ensemblev which is only one group of the many who have been furnishing some very fine music this year. With these groups We are es- tablishing our First Annual Concert which will be featured in the spring Page Sm vtnty Fight of each school year. We are indebted to Mrs. Betty Welsbacher for new interest and en- thusiasm for singing, especially among our boys, and she is likewise finding much musical talent in the school which had not manifested itself here- to-tore. RCDOSEVELT IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL A , I ,g,,,,,..vw 1 EDITH FLEMINC1 Principal B. Xiichiguu Stam- Normaxl Collm-g,qv P V 'it l t.?.., Page Eighty ..W,-M v..W,,.-Y,....r. , . , ,mn ROOSEVELT -Q 'Q' Row 1-Norma Agey, Connie Asher, Barbara Balding, James Baumgartner, joseph Baum- gartner, Harry Bay, Merill Beaver, Ralph Bebont. Row 2-Carol Jean Beckman, Charles Black, James Bline, Charlene Canter, Richard Castle, Fred Citrone, Lewis Claggett, Myrtle Cochran. Row 3-Gladys Coleman, Robert Cochran, George Collet, Shirley Coyle, Ralph Crane, Dorothy Darling, jeannetta Davis, jack Dash. Row 4-Richard Field, Benjamin Finekel, Janice Flannigan, Richard Fleitz, Carol Foit, Jo Ann Franklin, Robert Frye, Marilyn Gamble. Row 5-Barbara Good, Theodore Green, Dwight Hackney, Mary Ann Hall, Anna Lou Harris, Robert Harris, James Hartsough, Frederick Hayes. ROW 6-Eugene Hayes, Ann Ileckman, james Hess, Brenna Hobson, Margaret Holman, William Ingler. I WWF' ' ROOSEVELT Row 1-Gordon Johnson, Robert Kinney, Nancy Lally, Elizabeth Leslie, Barbara Leving- ston, Richard Lippincott, Terry Long, Charles McLaughlin. Row 2-Ioan MacNealy, Patricia Mann, Jack Martin, Albert Meriwether, Margaret Miller, Stanley Miller, Ralph Moore, Phyllis Orr. Row 3-Anna Mae Parmelee, Patricia Parmelee, Maxine Phares, Betty Price, Helen Price, Mary Lou Reid, Robert Reid, Gerald Rine. Row 4-Roger Seim, Richard Seiter, Richard Seniff, William Shibler, William Simms, Richard Simpson, Bernard Spitzer, john Smith. Row 5-Robert Steinberger, Harriet Sticlcle, Dorothy Taylor, Roy Tull, Gene Van Meter, Lloyd Varner, Chandler Waggoner, Maxine Watson. Row 6-Ruth Weekly, David Wilson, Eugene Wilson, Mary Evelyn Wilson, Robert Wince. Page Ei ghty-One Roosevelt Art Pictured above are four representatives from the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. First row, front to back-Richard Seiter, William Dush, Robert Holmes. Second Row-William Mackenzie, Ioan VanMeter, Patty Smith. Third Row-Mary Fulks, Shirley Coyle. Fourth Row-Sandra Rivitz, Carol Jean Bechman. ' Standing-Ronald Helman, Charles Black. The art p r o g r a m is varied and changes to meet the needs of the stu- dents. Originality of work and tech- nical use of art materials are stressed with principles of color, design, and figure drawing as a basis. Popular craft problems are introduced in each grade level such as plaster plaques, paper rnache figurines, letter folios, Page 1' rglmty Two raffia and felt jewelry, etc. The art classes also make posters for school functions such as Christmas decora- tions, festivals, school plays, P.T.A. programs, etc. These students are eligible to compete for the Michael I. Dowling Award which is now a perm- anent 'part of our program. Oil? '3'r7'2fl5 EW ' A " 0 om Gffvg i fe- , ,' u ,I .qw .Nur Page Eighty-Three QR! Vin The Spring Concert Singers Awciit Their Cue The sixth annual co11cert of the high school chorus was given in the audi- torium, April 26, 1946, before a rec- ord audience. The chorus presented a varied program and featured not only selections by the entire per- sonnel but also numbers by the boys, quartet and many soloists. The solo numbers were sung by seniors. The selection of pieces was interesting for it dipped into several types of inusic-religious, humorous, and col- lege songs. Page Eighty Six The high point of the evening was the singing of the four boys who made up the first male quartet to appear with the chorus. Their interpretation of the humorous "Nut Brown Maidenv was received with loud applause and was followed by an even better num- ber i11 which Dave Lacy starred by reaching an exceedingly low note. After a short operetta, the prograni was concluded by two chorus numbers. The Senior Play Henry ls Delinquent Again By special arrangement with the Dramatics Play Service, the Senior Class presented lvlldt fl Life, by Clif- ford Goldsmith. The curtain parted at eight-fifteen oiclock in the high school auditorium to a near-capacity audience. The play was coached by Miss 'loan Patton, who was assisted by Mr. Stew- art Cox. The cast was as follows: Shirley Guthrie as Miss Shea Cseere- tary to Mr. Nelsonj, Charles Fisk, Mr. Nelson Cassistant principall, Carol Lloyd, a student, Carolyn Hughes, a student, Clyde McKeand, Mr. Pat- terson Ca teacherjg Mary Rickes, Miss Pike Ca teacherj, Robert Perdue, Bill fa studentl, Susan Haslop, Miss Egg- leston a teacherl, Marthalee W'ol- yerton, Miss johnson fa teacherjg Xvilliam Hand, Mr. Vecchitto fa par- entl, Carlos Riley, Henry Aldrich Ca student-the male leadl, Awanna Lou Powell, Barbara Pearson fa student- the feminine leadj, Mary Nees, Ger- tie fa studentj, Ted Grooms, Mr. Bradley fthe principallg Joanne Bro- hard, Miss XVheeler fa teacherj, John Bauman, George Bigelow fa studentl 5 Nancy Ferguson, Mrs. Aldrich fHen- ryis motherl, Marion Green, Mr. Fer- guson Qfrom police headquartersl, Nita Cherry, Mary fa studentj, and Vaida Diller, Ann Gaunder, Mary jane Lewis, Peggy Tait, William Den- man, Robert Macy, students. ,- Page Eighty Seven The Baccalaureate Reverend Louis l-l. Larnmers Addresses Seniors On the afternoon of May 26, l946, at two-thirty olclock, in thc audito- rium of the high school moved the baccalaureate procession of the grad- uating class. The processional, 'KLa Rene du Sabef, by Counod, was played by the orchestra under the di- rection of Mr. Celfer. The Reverend John Veere Lacy of the East Main Street Methodist Church gave the in- vocation. "Sanctus," by Counod, was then sung by the Newark High School Chorus, directed by Mr. Iones. Page Eighty Eight 'lMccling the .ll4'illlll'ClITClltSll was thc subject of the sermon delivered by thc Reverend Louis H. Lainmers of the St. johnls Evangelical and Be- forined Church. The chorus followed with Counodps "Benedictus.v The Bev- erend Iohn Veere Lacy pronounced the benediction. f The recessional march Was "The March Slavf Tschaikovsky, played by the orchestra. The audience remained seated until the senior class had left the auditorium. The PIXOIII Seniors, lunicrs, cmd Guests Dcmce ic Bill 'Wooclrincfs Music f Sc-11im's, juniors, z111clll1ci1'g110sls 0111 joyvcl the music of Bill VVoocl1'i11g and his O1'CllCSfI'i1, from Cleveluml, at thu 11111111211 -lu11io1'-Se11io1' P1'o111, held i11 the gyll1Ili1SlU1H during the evening of Nlny 28, from ciglit to twelve. Ap- p1'0xi11111tely two-l11111d1'c-cl couplcs at- tended this OlltStkillLli1lg fUllCtiOll of thc schools social season. .-X cm11111iltc-11 ul' illIllOl'S llllllCl' tha- cli1'cctio11 of tlic jllllllll' class uclvisc-1's clccoiutccl tlu- QYIIIIHISHIIN 11th'z1ctively for tlic- occasioim. Clivri XV1l1'tllCll was crownccl Prom Q111-011. Tlic P10111 was ilu- scuollcl 11111jo1' event for the seniors of tlw busy C0111- 1HCHCCIT1L'l1t week. Page Elgllty Xmc Seniors Moron in the Commencement Procession ,..AK..J'Mi W-,I-f 5' 4, ' 'ML ' 7 l F- esp'- ? 4 ' it ' , , V Mom, 39' ATT" ' Page Ninety Commencement Exercises Begin The Commencement Dr. Tones Presents Diplomas The Annual Coimnencement Exer- cises were held at NVhitc Field Sta- dium at six-fifteen olclock in the eve- ning of May 29. 19-16. The Newark High School Band, un- der the direction of Mr. Dwight Campbell, played Elgaris "Pump and Circunistance" as the members of the graduation class-preceded by mem- bers of the Board of Education, the supcrintendent of Newark schools, the Reverend Nlr. Lammers, the Reverend Xlr. Lacy, Dr. john C. Baker, and the principal and vice principal of New- ark High School-solemnly marched in procession to their places. The Reverend Louis H. Lannners. pastor of St. jolmis Evangelical and Reformed Church, spoke the invoca- tion. Following. the band played "Stout-Hearted Menf' by Yoder. The coxnincnceinent address was given by Dr. john C. Baker, president ol' Ohio University. llis subject was uThc Days Ahead." Following the ad- dress, Mr. Paul B, Edwards presented the awards to various members of the class. Recognition was given the Na- tional Ilonor Society, the Student Council. the lteyeille Annual and Business Staffs. and students having consecutive years of perfect school at- tendance. Dr. Roland NV. jones, president ol' the Board of Education, then present- ed diplomas to members of the gradu- ation class with congratulations. Recognition was given former Newark High School students who died in mil- itary service and who had not been recognized previously. Donald Xlerle Hobcrts sounded Taps. The Reverend -Iohn V. Lacy. pastor of the East Nlain Street Nlethodist Church. pronounced the benediction. The recessional march. 'iljonip and Cfircnmstancc,'i was playcd by the band. Page X me ty One Girls' Soft Borll Row 1-Miss Myer, Ivory Leslie, Betty Devereanx, Shirley Cass, Marjorie McAfee, Maxine Jacobs, Jo Ann VVoodyard, Betty Wise, Helen Huggins, Rosalie Saporito, Geraldine Feldner, Nancy Ferguson. How 2-Suzanne Rivitz, .lane Begley, Peggy Mackenzie, Della Dillon, Dorothy Wright, Marjorie Hall, Pat VValker, Delores VVarner, Norma Waddell, Marjorie Wilkins, Romona Wuldeck, Eileen Buchanan, Barbara Dewitt, Katherine George. Row 3-Pat Phillips, Cornelia jones, Eleanor Inlow, Dorothea Myers, Donna Harper, Clare Carter, Mildred Snow, Alice Ritchey, Betty Stebelton, Dorinda Smith, Marthalec Wolverton, Mary jane Bebout, Geraldine F eltlner. Row 4-Alice Carlisle, Freda Davis, jean Citrone, LillianqVan XVey, Bonnie Ditter, Juanita Martin, Dorothy Malloy, Pat F easter, Nancy Idle, Amy Henzy, Kathryn Pfeffer, June Perdue, Geraldine Overstreet. Row 5-Charlotte Nichols, Earlene Mossholde1', Gizella Kovreg, Joan Morin, Anne Morrow, Evelyn Ford. From the six teams of girls' baseball last spring, a senior team, captained by joan Woodyard, became the champs. The other senior captain was Ivory Leslie. The two junior teams were captained by Anne Morrow and Lillian Van Wey. The sophomore cap- tains were Alice Ritchey and Suzanne Rivitz. The outstanding pitching of Esther English, the high batting average of Betty VVise, the superb fielding of jer- ry Feldner, and the good Work of Pave Ninety Two Rosalie Saporito, as a short stop, all combined to put the seniors on top. The outstanding players on the oth- er senior team were Wanda Larri- more and Maxine Jacobs. The team captained by Anne Mor- row took second place. Phyllis Webb and Clarabell Gentile also offered tough going for the seniors. The players on the sophomore teams that made the competition keen were Betty McPeek, Eleanor Inlow, and Patsy Wise. fi, Baseball Row 1-John Worley, Donald Jones, Harold Sheets, Ralph McCaughy, Donald Dollison, Arthur Simpson Don iid Schaller, Charles Fisk, Donald L. Smith. Row 2-William Rossel, Richard Couden, Sam Welch, Ronald Dickerson, Jerry Provin, Robert Wright Henry Leslie, Ed Ballinger, Robert Hepsworth, William Lavelle. Row 3-Earl Camerdinger, Richard Schenk, Marion Green, Wilbur Phillips, Bill Goldsmith, Richard Smith Robert jones, William Peterson, VValter Williams, Howard Wilson. The '1946 baseball season ended with they seniors on top, having Won five games and lost one. The juniors took the runner-up spot, winning three and losing three, while the sophomores ended in the basement, losing five and winning one. Don. L. Smith, the fine left-hander for the juniors, pitched a no-hit, no-run game. The first twelve boys with the best batting and fielding averages received letters. Ralph Craig of the seniors was high with .834. Others receiving letters were D. Smith, I. johnson, B. Wright, R. McCaughy, W. Williams, E. Ballinger, R. Dickerson, B. Heps- worth, B. Peterson, R. Smith, and D. Mclntire. Page Ninety Thier- 'si The Track Team Row 1-Harold Goodin, Robert Ewing, Wayne Moore, James Riley, Wayne Queen, John Reber, Rich ird Kane, Francis Wohlheter, Charles Fisk, Byron Kreager,VVilliam Fleitz, Kenneth King. Row 2-Charles Gilliam, john Van I-Iorn, Donald M. Smith, Donald Idle, Gary Griffith, Robert Shannon john Slater, George Dine, Gene Miller, William Hand, james Brutchey, Robert Patrick, Donald Schaller Mui rice Duflins. ee Nim The Newark Relays The seventh annual Newark Relays, held on May 24, 1946, was won by a newcomer from northern Ohio: Akron North. The runner-up was Spring- field. Fourteen teams participated in the event. Despite a rain, which cascaded from the heavens by the bucketsful during the meet and at one time reached cloud-burst proportions to halt the proceedings for twenty min- utes and to flood the track, two rec- ords were broken. jim Kuntz of Co- lumbus Linden McKinley trotted over the rain - soaked cinders to defeat West,s Austin Hutt in a thrilling mile run in the time of four minutes thirty- nine seconds for a new mark, the old record being 4:39.5. Iack Lewis, bril- liant Bexley hurdler, set a new record in the 120-yard high hurdles in the time of 15.2 seconds, bettering the old mark of 15.4 set by Howard in 1943. Newarkis only first was taken by IV-Four Don Idle in the 880-yard run. Austin Hutt was disqualified thereby giving Idle a first. Bob Shannon took fifth place in the 220 lows. The mile relay team took a third. The crack shuttle team of Don M. Smith, lack Slater, Charles Gilliam, and Bob Shannon was disqualified. Fourteen teams scored with New- ark taking eleventh place. 1946 Relays Statistics Akron North ...................................... 50 Springfield ............ ......... 4 635 Columbus West .......... ......... 3 2 Columbus Central .i.... ......... Upper Arlington ..... ......... 25 23 Marietta ............. 17 14 14 Bexley .......... L ,,,... Mansfield .............. ......... Columbus North ..... ......... 1 4 Chillicothe ........................................ 1235 Newark .............................................. 11 Columbus Linden McKinley .......... 7 Delaware ......................,................... 5 Columbus South ...., 1 Columbus Central Newarks cindermen went to Columbus Central for the first track meet of the 1946 season. Newark got two first places in the 440-yd. dash by Miller and in the mile relay by Hand, Gilham, Van Horn, and Miller. There were two ties for first: Bill Fleitz and jack Slater in the pole vault, and Gary Griffith and Finkes of Central in the broad jump. The final score was 85 to 57 in favor of Columbus Central. Columbus East Newarkls thinclads were defeated by a pow- erful Columbus East track squad Friday after- noon, April 12. Newark looked much better infhe weight events than in the previous meet. East copped eight first places while Newark received six. Bill Fleitz and Bob Shannon were high-point men for Newark, each with ten points. jim Riley won the high jump, and Don Idle won first in the 880. The final score was 63 to 55 in favor of Columbus East. Delaware Upper Arlington On the afternoon of April 17, Newarkls thin- clads came back from two losses to win a tri- angular meet with Delaware and Upper Ar- ling. Newark came out on top with 6534 points, Arlington 6056, and Delaware 23. Newarkis Bobby Shannon won the 220-yard low hurdles and placed second in the highs. Bill Fleitz won the pole vault and was second in the broad jump. Mansfield Newarkis cindermen went to Mansfield for the fourth track meet of the season. Mansfield being an exceedingly powerful team, the Harlowmen lost 77 to 41. Newarkls Bobby Shannon won both hurdle races and anchored the winning shuttle team to victory. Newark won four firsts: the hur- dles, the half-mile relay, and the 880-yard run. Don Idle won the 880, while Don M. Smith, Don Schaller, jim Brutchey and Gary Griffith won the 880-yard relay. The shuttle, an exhibition event, was won in fine stride by Newark's Don M. Smith, Charles Gilham, ,jack Slater, and Bob Shannon. Uhrichsville Relays Newark traveled to the ninth Uhrichsville relays for the fifth meet of this year. The participants placed third, behind 'powerful Cleveland Rhodes and Canton McKinley. Newarkis only firsts were in the 4404yd dash and in the high jump. Gene Miller won the 440 in fifty-three seconds flat, and jim Riley won the high jump. Newark ran the Sprint Medley Relay with a time of 3:36 to break the old record time of 3:39 flat. Bill Fleitz started it by running 110 yards, Gary Griffith, 220, Bill Iland, 440 yards, and Don Idle, 880 yards. Columbus West The Newark thinclads, sixth track meet turned into another defeat. West took three first places while Newark copped seven. "Rapidv Robert Shannon won both hurdle races, and anchored the winning shuttle team. Bill Fleitz won the pole vault, jim Riley won the high jump, Dick Kane won the discus throw with a surprising toss of 118 feet 8 inches, and the mile relay team won. The shuttle team had the tough luck although they won. Don M. Smith had a had fall over the first hurdle, however, the rest of the team made up for the accident and defeated the op- position by about one foot. C. C. L. Meet The annual Central Ohio League meet was held in Marietta. Until this year, Newark had been C.O.L. champ for thirteen years. This year, however, Marietta won. Newark's only firsts were taken bv Bill Fleitz in the pole vault, john Reber in the high jump, Bob Shannon in the high hurdles, and Don M. Smith in the 220-yd. low hurdles. The final score was Marietta 97, Newark 78. District Meet The annual district meet was held at Ohio VVesleyan University. Columbus North emerged from under the pack to win the meet. Columbus Central copped second while Columbus East took third. Newark had four boys qualify in the morning: Bob Shannon in the 220 lows, Gene Miller in the 440, Gary Griffith in the 220, and Don Idle in the 880. Gene Miller and the mile relay team-made up of Gilham, Idle, Hand and Miller-placed in the finals. No one qualified for the state meet. Springfield Newark traveled to Springfield for the last meet of the vear. The boys finished third, be- hind Columbus North and Springfield. New- ark didn,t snare one first during the meet. It was a quadrangular affair which fact made competition much stiffer. Newark tallied 2656 points. Page Ninety- 5 3 5 2 2 Qi 5 E 5 5 3 2 2 2 PE 5 E IVIX Annual Steiff Upper left-John Roberts, editor, Mr. Kingery, adviser, Donald M. Smith, associate editor. Upper right, standing-Mr. Kingcry, james Walker, Don M. Smith, John Roberts, seated-Amy Henzy, Cornelia jones, Pa- tricia Lowry. Lower left-James Walker, Don M. Smith, Mr. Kingcry, john Roberts. Lower right-Don M. Smith and Iohn Roberts. Not pictured-Suzanne Rivitz. Each year the Annual Staff aims to present a record in pictures of the school year. This year is no exception. The theme of the 1947 book is the circle-round which is explained in the Foreword. In keeping with the infor- mality of those who participate in the dance from which the staff takes its theme, the 1947 Annual emphasizes for the first time informal pictures to illustrate school activities. In addition to this change and other changes, the staff has inserted a new section, Spring Events, to the volume in order to cov- er those year-end activities which are normally omitted from yearbooks. Page Ninety E1 ght Necessarily the events of the previous school year are presented in this new section, with present-year activities being carried approximately through the close of the basketball season. In cooperation with the Business Staff and for the first time in the his- tory of the annual, advertising has been removed from the front of the book. The staff believes that much credit should go to those merchants who so kindly consented to let their ads be moved to the back of the book where from this time on all advertis- ing will he found. ,., sw.. . Business Staff Uppcr left-Mr. Stocckinann checks contracts. Upper rigl1tvPat Koinan sells an ad to Mr. Allen. Lower left Mr XVolverton signs on the dotted line us Marjorie Hall looks on. Lower right-Mildrecl Ann Cutridge gets re .ldy to sign Mr. Abbott. At the beginning of each year the Business Staff is organized for the purpose of soliciting advertisements for the Freveille Annual. Each member of the staff is given names of several advertisers Whom he seeks personally. As a result of the work of these peo- ple, the Annual is partially financed. 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 rn c m b e r s to become ac- quainted With local merchants. Page Ninety Nlne lournolism Steiff L ppm ln it -Bliss Cjrilly, adviser, confers with jack Dettrc, editor of the Reveillc News. Upper right-jack Dettrc dutitcs to Coralie Roberts. Lower leftflvleinbers of the staff perform various tasks. Lower right-The staff link Dr tire, Molly Bob, Patti Rice, Dolores Evans, Coralie Roberts, Richard Ryan, Nancy Branscome, P it Cnty Xlildred Attlee, It-:in XVbitc, Mary lean Butcher, and Sally Jane Beck. Not in picture-Don Mc-Coy. The Beveille News Sheet, which has brought to the student each week a record of the activities in school of the previous week, was edited by the journalism StaH. This paper included editorials by lack Dttre, the editor, an account of sports written by Dick Ryan, a fun column by Patti Bice and Molly Bob, and articles about school activities written by the whole staff. The rest of the staff consisted of Sally jane Beck, Jeanne White, Mary Iean Butcher, Donald McCoy, Nancy Branscome, Mildred Attlee, Dolores Evans, and Pat Carey. The adviser Page One Hundred , was Miss Bertha L. Crilly, and the typist was Coralie Roberts. Two spe- cial issues were the Christmas and graduation issues. ' The class studied the New York Times and a standard textbook for a basis of daily work in current events, vocabulary, and essential newspaper work. The bulletin board in the cen- ter hall on the second floor was ar- ranged by the Journalism Staff throughout the year. The News Sheet afforded the mem- bers of the staff an opportunity to write for publication. YQ!- Room Agents upcr left-Room agents xnvet. Upper 1'lgllf-Ffilllli Tholnas sells a llevcille, Lower left-Mr. Stotulxln lu Loluts lIlU1ll'y lronm 1'oo111 agents. Lower riglll-Mr. Sloceklllmmll lmnds out 1'cr:eipl books. Two students are chosen in each home roo1n at the beginning of the year for the purpose of being agents for the Fneveille News and the Pxeveille Annual. A great deal of responsibility rests upo11 the shoulders of room agents. This responsibility helps de- velop a students ability for business, and only dependable students are lVllliilll.ll'Cl for thc job. At the beginning of thc year lhey take orders for the News, and then during the second semester take or- ders for the Annual. The room agents definitely have great influence in ere a tin g better school spirit. Mr. George StO8ClilHLiI1I1 is the adviser of this group. Page One Hunched One Production Stcrii oi the Heveille News Upper left-Mr. Spangler, adxiscr, Constance Morehouse, Suzzanc Crm cs, and Bonnie Dittcr. Uppu right Niernhtrs work office machines. Lower left-Another View of the staff. Lower right-Sorting Reveille News 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 Reveille News. They do not write or edit the articles. Page One Hundred Two ln addition to the work on thc school paper, they do mimeograpliing and duplicating work for the members of the faculty. Too, they gain an op- erating knowledge of calculators, add- ing machines, and the dictaphone. The advisers of the staff are Miss Headlee, Miss Morgan, and Mr. Spangler. Debate Upper left-Mr. C. P. Smith, adxiscr. Upper right-The Debate Class. Lower left-David Chant-V and nncs ussc r. Lower rightvlm Verne Dowlcr. The sixlecn incmbers of the debalc groups discussed this ycar the ques- tion: "Resolved, that the Federal Cov- crnment should promote a system of complete medical care available to all citizens at public expensef' During the season debaters participated in three tournaments: at hone on Octo- ber 26, at Delaware on December 7, and at Columbus Central on January 11. They also appeared before the Forum of the First Methodist Churchg met in a dual debate with Denison freshmen, November 19, attended the Ohio State-Northwestern debate, fol- lowed by a clinic and practice debates at Ohio State University, December 145 spoke before the local Shrine Club, january 23, met teams from Marietta in a 11on-decision tilt, March 13, and closed the debating season at the Central District meet, held at O.S.U. on March 15, Where Newark placed second. The question for the next year has not as yet been worded, but will be chosen from the following three fields: the statehood of Hawaiig an appropriate phase of arbitration of in- dustrial disputes in basic industriesg and a world government to replace the United Nations Organization. Page One Hundred Three Debate Upper left-Mary Carpenter. Upper rightellerron Mercer and james Armbruster Cfrontj, Don Roberts and Harry Butler. Lower right-Don Roberts and james Armbruster. Lower right-Aftirnuzitivc dcbate team. The lunior-Senior Group Starting the ball rolling in the west- ern Ohio division of the National Forensic League, Newark staged the first debate tournament of the season on October 26. Considering the short- ness of time spent on the question, the Varsity did quite well. Affirmative speakers were Mary Carpenter, James Reusser, David Chaney, James Arm- bruster, and Larry Rudolph, the nega- tive debaters included La Verne Dowler, Herron Mercer, Don Roberts, and Harry Butler. In their search for more practice the teams journeyed to Denison University for two non-deci- sion tilts with the freshmen teams. On December 7, the group trekked to Delaware VVillis High School for three practice rounds. Affirmative speakers here were Mary Carpenter, james Reusser, David Chaney, and James Armbrusterg those for the neg- Page One Hundred Four ativc included llairry lllIllC'l', Don Roberts, ,llerron Mercer, and Ira Verne Doxvler. The next week the same speakers were at the Ohio State University, where an exhibition dc- bate between Ohio State and North- western University was held, followed by a clinic and two rounds of non- decision debates. Equipped with this rather extensive experience the group, on January ll, participated in another practice tourn- ament in Central High School at Co- lumbus, where they won five debates in twelve tries. ln further preparation for the Central Ohio district meet, held at the Ohio State University, March 15, this group met in two non- decision tilts with debaters from Mari- etta here on March 13. The season closed with the district meet, at which Newark won two out of four tries. Debote Upper left-Negative debate team. Upper right-Harry Butler and Herron Mercer. Lower left-Harlm Tlx lor Lower right-Don Evans and jean Haas. The Sophomore Debote Group The sophomore debate class met every day the first period. Members Were Harlan Taylor, Don Evans, Larry Rudolph, Giles Smucker, How- ard Haga, Joyce Hess, and Jean Haas. During the semester Evans and Tay- lor upheld the negative, Rudolph and Haas defended the affirmative, de- bating together ten times. Sophomore debaters participated in the local tournament held on October 26. Next, they presented an exhibition debate at the Second Church of Christ. Further activities included practice debate with the Denison freshmen, November 19, the Dela- ware tournament, December 7, the clinic at the Ohio State University, December 14, and the Columbus Cen- t1'al tournament, January 11. At the opening of the second se- mester the sophomore group joined the senior-junior class. Page One Hundred Five Honor Society Upper loft-Miss Boyd, adviser, opens meeting. Upper left-Members and Miss Boyd. Lower left-lfiorn tht lklX1S4l s point ot view. Lower right-Curtis Ault, lid Mchlillan, Grace llelser, Dolores Evans. JQIIIIUS R1 nssu The nienibership in the National Honor Society is based entirely upon the scholarship average of the stu- dents. The average is based upon the grades received in the tenth, eleventh and twelfth years. The organization is a national one and is composed of those pupils in the upper fifteen per cent of the senior class. The Society was organized first in Plge One Hundred Six this school in 1937 under the leader- ship of Miss Laura E. Hosick. The main objective of the National Honor Society is to promote higher scholarship standards among the stu- dents. X On April ll, in a chapel program, the entire membership was presented to the student body. The adviser this year is Miss Boyd. Student Council i Upper lclite Mona 41 Hose Harris, treasurer, Charlotte Nichols, sc:-rctaryq Mr. lloyd, aclviscrg and Robert C 1 iw on mresident. Upper right-Three officers confer. Lower leiit-Bit-inlicrs listen nttentively to proposed lc-gislition Lower right-Council in session. The Student Council is an organ- ization composed of student represen- tatives from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes whose purpose is to discuss matters of importance to the student body, to undertake certain re- sponsibilities in connection with the school, and to give training in parlia- mentary procedure and citizenship. The activities of this group during the school year have included the award- i11g of a scholarship banner every six weeks to the home room having the highest scholastic average, the man- agement of school dances, the con- tribution to the Christmas spirit of the school by the placing of a large Christmas tree in the main second floor hall, the playing of timely rc- cordings over the public address sys- tem. and the arranging of assemblies. Students chosen as nominees for this responsible position are selected by an electoral committee and voted upon by the student body. Each class is represented according to its import- ance-the senior class sending seven- teen representatives, the junior class eleven, and the sophomore class send- ing seven representatives. Mr. Frew C. Boyd is the adviser. Robert Craw- ford is president of the organization, Marjorie Hall, vice president, Char- lotte Nichols, secretary, Mona Rose Harris, treasurer. Page One Hundred Seven College Club Upper left-joan Morin addresses club, and Esta llammond ineditates. Upper right-Club listens to president xxci l ft and lower right-General views of club in session The College Club is made up of students interested in a college edu- cation. The main objective of the Col- lege Club is to prepare the high school student for college life. At the beginning of the year each member is asked to fill out an application blank for the college which he desires to en- ter. The purpose of filling out the ap- plication blanks early in the school year is to assure entrance into college the following year. The aim is ac- complished chiefly by student reports Plge One Hundred Eight on books concerning college, student talks on i'HoW to Studyf representa- tives from various colleges which are of particular interest to the members, vocabulary tests, and 0 th er tests which stress college requirements. This year, due to the fact that col- leges throughout Ohio as Well as the United States are overflowing with students, the College Club has played an important part in aiding the stu- dent in collegc entrance. Scrihblers s I Upper left-Dolores Evans, Burhara Bradford, Don BI. Smith, treasurerg and Nlr. llale, ilClYlSt'l'. Upper right joan Morin, president, stundingg Kenneth MeCre:1ry, vice president. Lower panels-Cluh in session. Serihblers was revived four years ago to further Newark High School students, interest in creative Writing. The editorial hoard of the cluh has 1-harge of puhlishing the magzlzinv willed Sl'l'il2ilHIl.S'. All niemhers of the club contribute original pieces of Writ- ing to be published. Mr. Hale assumed the advisership of the eluh this year. Next year the c-luh hopes to he larger and to publish Iwo niagazim-s. Page Une llnmhed N Music Appreciation Upper loft-Iames VValker, extreme left, seated, preside-nt. james Rcusser, standing, rear, trcasurcr. Thr other pidurr s arc general views of club members listening to fzunous recorded music. Music Appreciation is now in its second year of existence and is making great strides in promoting music ap- preciation in Newark High School. The object of this club is to develop good "ears, for music in our high school and also to give the pupils of this institution the privilege of listen- ing to good music such as operas, con- certos, overtures, an d symphonies. The R e c o r d Purchasing Committe l nge One Hundred Ten through contributions of each mem- ber each week has built up, so far, a fair-sized library of the classics which are obtainable by any member of the student body. The Record Purchasing Committee t a k e s suggestions from members for future purchases. The club officers for the year 1946- 47 are president, james Walkerg treas- urer, Iarnes Reusserg adviser, Mr, Gor- don Kingery. 7 1 Bcmd I Uppt 1' left-Director Myron liercc. Upper flglllt-rlll'lllll1Jt'lS and basses. Lower lcllt-Trumpets and percussion loxui iight-Troinboncs and percussion. During the past year the Newark High School Band, under the direc- tion of Mr. Myron Pierce, has had a very full schedule. This seventy-six piece band attended all the football games, both home and away. The small band put on a Christmas pro- gram at one of the basketball games. Programs for the basketball games were sponsored and sold by members of the band. Last fall the band attended a Kla- rine Concert in Columbus. The mom- bers also took an overnight trip to Van NVcrt, Ohio, for a music festi- val. One hundred dollars and a tro- phy were won at the Cambridge con- test, as the band took second place. During the Band Drive. two thousand dollars was collected to buy new in- struments for new pupils. This past year Dick Retherford was drum major, Marjorie Clary, assistant major. and Phyllis Prichctt and Cloria Fox, majorettos. l'ag.14- Uni- llu mi lmv Orchestra Upper left-Mr. Pierce directing the orchestra. Upper right-Bass viol and percussion section. Lower left The violins, brass, Xylophone sections. Lower right-General View of the orchestra. This year the orchestra was under to 12:55. The same time was reserved the direction of Mr. Myron A. Pierce. for string practice on Tuesday and This organization met each Monday, Thursday. The groupis chief function Wednesday and Friday from 12:15 was to play for assemblies and plays. Page Une lluudrerl Twelve Newark High. School Chorus lpcr left-Mr. jones tlirccts. Upper right-june Br-ckluau plays while lillu Ninn- Amos sings. Low IS A chorus 1-lalss in action. The culminating event each year of the Newark High School Chorus is its Spring Concert which is becoming a really enjoyable affair. Of a high or- der and yet entertaining in character, the presentation attracts more and more lovers of good music. During the past year the director was Mr. Wendell M. jones, and the pianist was Alice Butler. The class pianists were June Beckman, Barbara Bonham, Ruby P. Tignor, Mary Eliza- beth McKnight, Eloise Davidson, and Gwendolyn Holmok. This year the chorus presented for the first time excerpts from some of the more popular operas, such as Il Trouutorrf, The Bohemian Girl, Mari- trma, and Hobinlmod, in addition to a new selection of regular chorus num- bers by different composers. Following its usual policy, the chorus continued to unite the school and community by singing for vari- ous adult groups, such as churches, service clubs, Parent Teachers, Asso- ciations, and the like. Membership in the chorus is open to any student of Newark High School who can sing and who loves music. It meets twice a week to study and learn choral works both old and new. Students with exceptional voices are given opportunity to do solo work. Members of the chorus are encour- aged to sing in church choirs of the city and thereby receive a different phase of choral experience than is offered in school. 1-r pic Page One Hundred Tlnrteen New members were admitted to Mosque cmd Gavel Upper leftARobcrt McClain, presidentg Amy Henzy, secretaryg Sally jane Beck, treasurerg Miss Patton, ad viser. Upper riglit-Evelyn Lewis peeks from curtains. Lower left-Club in session. Lower right-Amy Henzy calls tlie roll. ' Masque and Gavel has presented give talks on various phases of the two outstanding plays this year. Un- der the direction of Miss Ioan Patton, the club has presented a farce en- titled Ianuary Thaw and a comedy, theater, principally in a k e - u p and stage direction. Little Women. The club meets every two weeks on T u es d a y. Following the business meeting, the club members partici- pate in dramatic programs. They also Page One Hundred Fourteen the club in the early spring. Officers are Robert McClain, presi- dentg Herron Mercer, vice presidentg Amy Henzy, secretaryg and Sally Jane Beck, treasurer. Latin Club Upper left-The officers of the club: President, James Martin, vice president, Cary Griffith, secretary Ioan Busby and treasurer, Herron Mercer. Upper right-Members of the club arc Ioan Busby, Gary Griffith amcs Martin and Bernard Fatig. Lower panels-general view of the clnh. This year, the Cicero class read the o r a t i o n s 'gOld Age," 'iFriendship,', KThe Citizenship of Archiasf, "Four Orations Against Catalinef' and "Porn- peyis Military Commandf, In lieu of an examination, the class members wrote these term papers: Mona Rose Harris-Figures of Speechg Ioan Busby-Age with Reference to Musicians, and Damon and Pythias, Bernard Fatig-The Roman Empire During the Life of Cicero, and the Friendship of David and Jonathon, Don Roberts-Roman Economic Sys- tem, and Cicerois Secret Service ver- sus the F.B.l., Harry Butler-Age in Politics, and The Defense of Cataline, Angela Deering --- Covernment of Home, and Criminal Prosecution, james Fullen-Cataline and Other Traitorsg Sally jane Beck-Age in the Field of Literature, and The Summum Bonum of Life, Gary Griffith-Age in Military Strategy, and Retention of Latin, Carol Koveleski - Age in Science, Jean White - The World's Statesmen, and Racketeering, Then and Now, Herron Mercer-Grammar, Iames Martin-Background of the Ca- talinian Orations, and Culture and Scholarship. The officers were Iarnes Martin, president, Gary Griffith, vice presi- dent, Ioan Busby, secretary, and Her- ron Mercer, treasurer. Mr. C. P. Smith was the club adviser. Page One Hundred Fifteen Spanish Club Upper left-front, La Verne Dowler, Nancy Branscorneg rear, Marjorie Clary, Mrs. Krieg, adviser, Bettie Cooperricler, and Cornelia. Jones. Upper right-Robert Crawford presides. Lower left-Pat Carey speaks on South America. Lower right-The Spanish Club in session. The purpose of the Spanish club was to bring to the student a better understanding of Spanish culture, mu- sic, dancing, literature, and life of the Spanish people. The officers of the club were as follows: Carl Hinger, president, Max Williams, vice president, Nancy Lee Hall, secretary, and David Miller, treasurer. The meetings consisted of talks on the lives and vocations of Spaniards and Latin Americans, Spanish music, and Spanish dancing. The adviser was Mrs. Krieg. The members of the club wrote to boys and girls of Spain, South Amer- ica, and Central America. Page One Hundred Sixteen Lo Renaissance Upper left-Pat Lowry presides while Claire Frye reads the minutes. Upper right-Before thc meeting Lower Pictures-La Renaissance in session. La Renaissance, commonly called the French Club, is composed of members of the junior and senior French classes. The object of this club is to make contact with France and to learn of its customs, its people, and mannerisms. The club has correspond- ed with Madame Suzzanne Fleche- Salgues and has sent her various ar- ticles, such as clothing, food, and toys for her daughter. Members also cor- respond with young French people individually. The annual banquet was planned, prepared, and carried out by the members themselves. The banquet Was typically French throughout. A major purpose of the group is to bring about better understanding be- tween the United States and France and thereby in a measure to support better international relations on the world scene. Page One Hundred Seventeen Y-Teens Upper left-Miss Morgan addresses Y-Teens. Upper right-Y-Teen cabinet, first row: Pat Folger, Ann How ard Alice Lingafelter, Evelyn Lewis, Gwendolyn Holmok, Martha Goodlctt, Miss Morgan, adviser, sccond ioxx Bonnie Rinc, Ianicc Hand, Billie jean Page. Lower panels-General views of Y-Teens in session. The Y-Teens is the name chosen by its members to replace Girl Reserves. The Y-Teen club meets regularly ev- ery two weeks. Phyllis Webb, presi- dent, and her Cabinet meet before each meeting to set up programs for the regular meeting. Various members of the club have participated in the meetings by pre- senting dramatic readings and piano and voice solos. The Y-Teens has done Welfare Work this year by sending a box of clothing to a needy family in Kentucky and col- lecting clothes to give Mrs. Gardner Page One Hundred Eighteen for distribution to needy families i11 Newark. The club also gave a party at the Y.W.G.A. for underprivileged grade-school children. The Y-Teens has had many success- ful social functions this year. A "TWirp Dancev was held in Novem- ber, a Valentine formal party in Feb- ruary, a recognition service and tea, a Mother and Daughter Party and a Spring Dance. The club is planning to purchase a tree to be planted on Arbor Day in memory of VVorld NVar ll veterans. G. Y. A. Upper loft-Margaret Tyhurst, secretaryg Miss McCreary, adviscrg Irina Morgan, vice president: Mary Car- pe-ntur, president. Upper right-Presidciit Mary Carpenter addresses the group. Lower leftvG.Y.A. i11 session. Lower l'igl1l-cl01llllllttt'L' chairmen: Betty Coldsniitll, Mary Burson, lrxna Morgan, Ioan Morin, Claire Frye, Do- lores Evans, joan DeMcnt and Mary Carpenter Cwith back to camcraj president. The Girls, Youth Association is comprised of junior and senior girls who are voted into the club in the early fall. Members of the organiza- tion 'promote welfare work in the community and contribute to the so- cial program of the school. This year the club sold pins to the student body with each studentis name and Newark High School print- ed on accompanying ribbons. A rm? mage sale was held, the proceeds from which were used by the club. The officers of the club were as fol- lows: Mary C a r p e n t e r, presidentg Irma Morgan, vice presidentg Margie Tyhurst, secretaryg and Coralie Rob- erts, treasurer. Miss McCreary was the adviser. A formal dance was held in the spring. Page One Hundred Nineteen Future Retailers Upper right-Mr. McCrecry talks to Mrs. Virginia Thompson. Upper right-Pearl Busby and Irma Shannon wut on customers. Lower left-Mary Kibler and Caroline Pinkerton arrange merchandise. Lower right Ruby V aldetk and Dolores VVarner sack groceries. This group was organized by the members of the Co-operative Retail- ing class. The students, composed of seniors only, work half the school day and on Saturday in some local store. The members entertained their em- ployers at the annual banquet held at Granville Inn with Miss Patton of the Speech Department as the banquet speaker. Being a member of the Future Re- Page One Hundred Twenty tailers of Ohio, the club sends repre- sentatives to the state convention at Columbus in the spring and fall. As a special 'project this year the club is selling T-shirts to the students of the school. The officers are president, Robert Anderson, vice president, Helen Buch- mang secretary - treasurer, Freda Wince, and adviser, Mr. Iohn K. Mc- Creery. Soles Grqcrnizortion Upper left-Adviser Mr. Mt-Creery, llelen Buchman and Robert Anderson. Upper right-Members of the or ganization are Patricia Laughlin, Mary Kibler and Norma Kaiser. Lower panels-General views of the organization The Sales Organization is composed of students taking retail selling and any other pupils wishing experience in this work. The organization has a two-fold purpose: to provide refresh- ments to the patrons of our football games and track meets, and to give members valuable experience in serv- ing people. The profits of this group go to various needs of the school not cov- ered by other sources of income. The organization purchased a moving pic- ture for the school this year in addi- tion to making contributions to vari- ous groups. lt is the object of the club to pur- chase those things that will be of benefit to the greatest number of students. Page One Hundred Twenty One Library Assistants Upper left-Adviser Miss Dorn and 'Faith Fletcher. Upper right-Adviser Miss Dorn and staff. Lower panels C eneral view of the staff at work. In the modern school the library must be planned so that its program will provide students with library ma- terials and services when they need them. The Library Assistants play an important role in this program. They endeavor to increase their own knowl- edge of how to use the library and to aid other students in taking advant- age of the materials offered by the library. The staff, organized in 1940, is open only to those students having a "Bw average. The members as a group meet every two weeks, but individual Page One Hundred Twenty-Two students help in the library one period each day. The object of the group meeting is to give the students in- structions concerning their daily work and to inform them of their special projects. As a special project the stu- dents plan the bulletin boards during the school year. Special emphasis is placed on Book Week and important holidays. By their work this group is ex- tremely helpful in increasing the in- terest of their schoolmates in this valuable department of the school. Camera Club Upper left-Robert Ewing, president, Mr. Steinberger. adviser, and Robert Stewart, vice president. Upper 1 it Fwing and Ste-wart laugh over club problem, Lowcx' panvls-'l'lu- club in session. A new organization this year, the Camera Club was organized to create interest in photography and to pro- mote better photography. Officers of the group were Robert Ewing, presi- dent, Robert Stewart, vice president, Don B. Smith, secretary, and Donna Jean Slebodnik, treasurer. Mr. Stein- berger and Mr. Miller were the advisers. As a project the club took pictures of municipal centers in Newark - railway stations, the Court House, the airport, churches, schools, the police station, mounds-and placed them in a scrapbook. Pictures for this books will be taken during the next several years after which the volume will bo pre- sented to the library. Another activity of the club was its contest for amateur photographers around school. A first prize of five dollars, a second prize of two dollars, and a third earning honorable men- tion were offered. The Licking County Weekly pub- lished some pictures by the group. Furthermore, a few members submit- ted pictures to the National Photog- raphy Contest which was held from February to May of the year. The Camera Club, which meets ev- ery other Monday in Room 204, is di- vided into two gr-oups: members who takc picturcs and those who process tl1en1. Page One Hundred Twenty Three Upper left-Mr. R. G. Smith, John Roberts, treasurer, Fred Edwards, vice president, Don Idle, president md Mr. Crossland, adviser. Upper right-On davenport are Bill Griffith, Kenneth King, and Johnny john ohn Robcits sits to the rear. Lower left-Don Idle presides.Others in picture are Fred Edwards, Cone Calbraith C ul Duncan and Carl Schenk. Lower right-The president speaks. Hi-y is an organigation of fine back- ground which has a duty to create, and maintain, and extend through- out the school and community high standards of character. Its emblem is a red triangle with a white cross in the center. This insignia means purity and red-blooded service of growth in body, mind, and spirit. In order that the aims of the Hi-Y may be more ful- ly realized, that the welfare of the members be better promoted, that members may know what is consid- ered proper procedure, and that they may show in all their relations high standards of conduct, a code of ethics Page One Hundred Twenty-Four is adopted, and a sworn oath is taken by all. Don Idle is president and has a staff of Fred Edwards, vice president, Jack Dettre, secretary, and Jerry Hob- erts, treasurer. These boys with twen- ty-five members following them meet every Tuesday night at the Y.M.C.A. The ambition of the Hi-Y member is to do the best he can in speech, man- ner, study, and service-to make life most worth while for himself and his community. Advisers are Mr. Logan Crossland, Mr. Arthur Miller, and Mr. Ralph Smith. Science Club Upper left-President Carol Kon-lt-ski speaks to the club. Upper rigl1teAdx'iser Mr. Stn-inlmcrger and XV:1yne Morrow. ' w . l.m-we-r Dlll'lt'lS---Cvt'Ilt'I'1ll vu-W ol tht- 4-lub. The Science Club consists of stu- dents interested in science, both as it is taught in classes and it appears in current periodicals. The club operates under the able supervision of Mr. P. C. Steinberger and meets every other week in Room 304. The clulfs purpose is to give its members an understanding of some of the basic processes in science and to permit an interchange of ideas and in- formation which, it is hoped, will prove beneficial to all concerned. This year the club has concerned itself less with talks than with the ac- tual demonstration of scientific prin- ciples. By this method, active par- ticipation of all members is obtained. The method has been applied with quite satisfactory results to the study of the clcfctromagnet and its heating effects on non-magnetic materials, and to the operation of the Wimshurst static machine. The officers of the club this year are president, Carol Koveleskig vice president, James Ruton, secretary, An- gela Deeringg and treasurer, Dwight Smith. Page One Hundrfd Twenty Flu Cheerleaders Upper left-The entire cheerleading squad. Upper right-Marilyn Brown, Virginia Perdue, Marilyn Webb Ffirol Zelher, Joyce Keinath, Ioan Gattrel, Joanne Abbott. Lower left-Pat Taylor, Dorothea Myers, Sally Wllson joan Kefauver, Patsy Wise, Barbara Van Fleet. Lower ri ght-A cheer for the basketball team. This vivacious group of girls who are present at all the games are New- ark High Schoolis cheerleaders. The main squad is made up of jo Ann Ke- fauver, Pat Taylor, Phyllis Webb, sen- iors, and Barbara Van Fleet, Patsy Wise and Dorothea Myers, juniors. Plge One Hundred Twenty-Six The cheerleaders 1' e ally have fine cheers, outstanding of which are the Locomotive and the Trumpet cheers. This year has featured an innova- tion-sophomore cheerleaders. These girls lead cheers during Reserve bas- ketball games. "300" Club Upper left-Mr. Roberts, adviserg Bill Slotterbeck, treasurcrg XValter Nadolsen, secretaryg Donald Von Stllflltl presidentg Richard Myers, vice presidentg Mr. Oatman, adviser. Upper right-300 Club display Lower lctt Stmor members. Lower right-Junior members. The 0300" Club is open to all stu- dents Who are enrolled in the Smith- Hughes Vocational Machine Shop Course. The group meets every first and third Tuesday during the eighth pe- riod in Room 300. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in the Smith-Hughes Machine Shop Course and to make better citizens in homes, schools, and community. A bookcase and a small library of special bo oks, pamphlets, circulars, etc., was furnished by the club to benefit the school. The club has sev- eral social activities during the year. Mr. Roberts and Mr. Oatman are the sponsors of this this group. Donald Von Schriltz is president, and Walter Nadolson, secretary. Page Ono Hundred Twenty Seven w 1 w 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 .- 4 w -a 4 2 5 5 1 Q 5 3 2 fe 3 5 3 E Z 1 UPS if Q44 iam :..' f ., 4 ,I 5 x ,., ,. ,,., wa, it f as F A .W f we Athletic Board Seated-Mr. Boyd, Mr. Iluushue. Standing-Mr. Schick, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Long, and Mr. Harlow. The Athletic Board, including mem- awarding letters, and promoting bet- hers of the faculty under the direction ter athletic relations with other of Mr. Boyd, controls all athletic ac- schools. The hoard also controls all tivities by supervising schedules, money pertaining to athletics. Page One Hundred Thirty-Two Columbus Eost The XVildcats as usual won, 13 to 7, their opening game with Columbus East. This was the fourth consecu- tive opening game Newark has won from East. East scored first on a fake kick play in the opening four minutes of the game. Thomas passed to Corotis, who ronrped over the goal for Eastls only touchdown. The conversion was good. XVith East on Newarks 15-yard line, Kenny King intercepted a pass and scampered 85 yards for Newarkis first tally. Anclersonis kick was no good. Early in the second period, King faded hack and tossed a perfect pass to Don L. Smith, who hit pay dirt for the winning score. King made it 13 to 7 with a center plunge. Eastis second touchdown, early in the fourth period, was nullified by an offside penalty. Newarkls stalwart forward wall then held East until the final gun spoke. Columbus North Newark's s n a r 1 i n g VVildcats won their second game of the l46 season by defeating Columbus North 19 to 14. Kenny King fumbled after receiving the kickoff, and North recovered on Newark's 24-yard line. On the fifth play. Nloriarity drove over from the 16 for North's first tally. XViddoes, kick neatly split the uprights for the extra point. NVith Newark on North's 45, Don L. Smith tossed a pass to Lawrence who speared it with one arm. Newark then drove to the one-yard marker. King piled over center for the score. His plunge for the extra point was short. Don L. Smith set up Newark's sec- ond touchdown with a pass to Bal- linger. Smith then passed to Riley who went over for Newarkls second score. Hepsworthis pass to Smith gave Newark the extra point. ln the third period, North scored again to put them ahead 14 to 13. In the fourth period Smith passed to Lawrence for a first down. King drove to the one-inch line in three plays and on the fourth down dived over for his second six points. North then took the kickoff and drove to Newarlfs 11-yard line. King inter- cepted the ball to avert disaster. Page One Hundred T hirty-Three Dover Sparked by Kenny King, Newark put down a strong Dover eleven, 13 to 7, for their first win in the Central Ohio League. The Cats scored Hrst on a sustained march of 31 yards. Newark drove to Doveris 23 with plays by Riley, Smith and King. King then took the ball and by some elusive running went over for the first score. Smithis pass to Bal- linger for the extra point was incom- plete. Newark soon racked up four straight first downs. King made it a first down on the nine and Hepsworth carried the ball to the four. King again lugged the pigskin, going to the one-foot line. Dover then stopped Newark for a down, but on the next play King dived over center for his second score. i Anderson's kick was good. In the fourth period, Dover's Ron- ald VValker intercepted Smithis pass on his own 15 and drove to the 35. This was the start of Doveris touch- down drive. Sparked by Dick Elwood, Dover drove to the one-inch line. El- wood then smashed his way over for Doveris only score. Rinehartls place- ment was good. Page One Hundred Thirty-Four Ldnccrster Ncxvarkls snarling XVildcats defeat- ed a stubborn Lancaster eleven 26 to 13 for its second win in the C.O.L. Lancasteris initial score came in the first period when Henwood, running wide to the right, hit pay dirt. Chris- tianis placement was good. Ncwark's iirst six points camo in the third period when Smith danced into the and zone from the 20. The try for extra point was blocked. A few minutes later Newark took the Gales, punt and drove to the one- yard marker. King then plunged over for the score. Hepsworth passed to Smith for the extra point. Lancaster was again forced to punt, and on the second play Smith tossed to Riley for Newarkis third touch- down. The conversion was no good. Early in the fourth canto, Cole passed to Christian who romped over for the score. Reed's try for the extra point was wide. Hepsworth climaxed a Newark drive of 63 yards by bang- ing over for the final score. Ander- sorfs placement was good. The final score: Newark 26, Lan- caster 13. Coshocton The jinx on the VVildcats held true as the Redskins defeated Newark 7 to 6 on Coshoctonis field. The Skins, highly keyed up because of the homecoming and rebounding as a result of their defeat at the hands of Dover, battled Newark to a stalemate in the initial period. In thc second period, Anderson re- covered Funkis fumble. Newark then drove from the 25 to the 10 where ltiley failed to gain. However, on the next 'play he scooted around the right end for Newarkls only score. Smiths pass for the extra point was intercept- ed by Santon. Coshocton then struck back. Sturtz took the kick-off on the 10 and the Skins proceeded to drive to Newarkis five. Then Stnrtz hurled his way across for the score. He made the extra point with a line plunge. Newark outplayed the Skins, gain- ing 249 yards to the Skins, 99. The Hnal score: Newark 6, Coshoc- ton 7. Mount Vernon The YVildcats bounced back from their defeat at Coshocton by putting down Mount Vernon 26 to 6. Driving from their own 41, Newark scored their first tally when King bowled over from the two. King made it 7 to 0 with a plunge. Hepsworth blocked VVright's punt, and Newark again drove for a touch- down, King again having the honor. The extra point was no good. Early in the second period Bal- linger snared Smitlfs 50-yard pass to set up another score. Hepsworth cracked over, and Anderson's kick made it 20 to 0. In the third period, the 'Cats went 'tfrom the Mount Vernon 22 to score again. King scored his third touch- down of the game. Andersonis kick was wide. A bad pass from center by N ewark's Bob Kane set up the Pjacketsi only score. Hillier passed to Deedrick, who scampered over for the score. The plunge for extra point was short. The final score: Newark 26, Mount Vernon 6. Page One Hundred Thirty Five Cdmbridqe Newark recorded its fourth win in five starts in the C.O.L. by defeating Cambridge 19 to 0 on the Bobcatis muddy and rain-swept field. On Newarkis first play, Miller took the ball on his own three and streaked 97 yards down the field for his first six points. Smithis quarterback sneak for the extra point was short. After the Wildcats, six pointer, neither team threatened and the half ended with Newark out in front 6 to O. In the third period, Newark took the Bobcats, punt and drove to their own 38 where Miller again lugged the pigskin and, dashing 62 yards, hit pay dirt. Kingis 'plunge for extra point was short. John john recovered a Cambridge fumble in the fourth canto to set up another Newark score. On the first play, King smashed through and sped 21 yards for the final Newark score. He then plunged for the extra point. The final score: Newark 19, Cam- bridge 0. Prge One Hundred Thirty-Six Mdriettd Newark completed its fifth win and gained a possible championship by defeating Marietta 38 to 14. N ewarkls first tally came when King lateraled to Miller who danced over for the score. The extra point was no good. Smitlfs pass to Ballinger accounted for the second score. Andersonis kick was wide. Marietta bounced back with Calt- rider dashing around end for the score. He also kicked the extra point. Smith again passed, this time to Riley, who hit pay dirt. Miller went over for the extra point. Horst's interception of a Tiger pass set up the Cats' fourth score. King bounced over from the one, and An- derson kicked to make the score 26 to 7. King accounted for Newarkls fifth tally. The extra point was no good. Hepsworth lateraled to Riley who scampered over from the 21 for his second score. Hepsworthis placement was no good. Marietta scored against the second stringers, and Caltrider kicked the point for the final score. Zanesville Newark suffered a crushing defeat at Zanesville, 45 to 7, and handed the Blue Devils at least a share in C.0.L. championship. VVinters of Zanesville scored first on an end run. The pass for extra point was high. Sharrer hit pay dirt for the Blue Devils early in the second canto. Newark took Zanesvillels kick and marched down the field, King spark- ing the drive. Newark drove to the two, where King went over for the score. Riley converted. ln the third period the Blue Devils scored three touchdowns. R, D. Craig ran 29 yards for the first score, and Sliarrer plunged for extra point. On a quarterback sneak Rusk piled over for the second six points. Sharrer went over for the point. Sharrer, intercept- ing a YVildcat pass, sped 45 yards and hit pay dirt. Early in the fourth period, speedy Don YVinters raced over to score. A substitute hack scored the last Zanes- ville T.D., and XVhite raced around end for the extra point. The final score: Newark 7, Zanes- ville 45. Newark Newark Newark Newark N ewark Newark Newark Newark Newark SCORES . Columbus East 7 . Colunihus North 13 . . . . Dover 7 . . Lancaster 13 . Mt. Vernon 6 . Coshocton 7 . Cainhridge 0 . Marietta 14 . Zanesville 45 Page One Hundred Thirty-Seven Football Squad Row I-jim Brutchey, Ed Hitchcock, Bill Colman, Ed Ballinger, johnny John, Bob Hepsworth, Don L. Smith, Clarence Cramer, Bob Delancey, Don Idle, Kenny Hoherts, Leland Vermilion, Gene Miller, Rodney Hannahs, Cary Benner, Don Cochran, Kenny King, jim Teuseher, Paul Adams, assistant coach. Row 2vHead Mentor Luther Hanshue, Bill Hossell, manager, Larry Cattrill, Dick Lally, jim Lawrence, Dan Roike, Curt Horst, Boh Kane, George Vlfoolard, XVayne Queen, George Dine, jerry Bowden, Wayne Moore, Bob Brown, Paul Anderson, jim Riley, George Smith, john Chester, manager, Ray Schick, assistant coach. Footbdll-l 946 Wfinning seven games and losing the ZllllillillfO0tlJt1lllJ2l11l1llCt. two, Newark finished a fairly success- 1 t Q , ful football season, with the capture The lvlldcats lost Rlleyt 101111, Hofstt of second 'place in the C.O.L. Zanes- Hltchcoclq' Hepswortht L' Smith' A ville and Coshocton tied for first place and Baumger by gmduauon' with six Wins and one defeat. Smith captained the Wildcats dur- 'W es F esler was the main speaker at ing the season. Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight Varsity Basketball P st Row-Paul Norris manager, Alec Leslie, NVilliain Lax elle, Don Smith, NVilliam Knox, ,Iohn XXO1 tx XX ilh un Rossel. manager. Second Row-Richard Schenk, john Makris, -lack Dettre, Richard Betherford, George Dine, Charles Schenk Ixltlllt VValler, Coach Max Douglas. Basketball e l91l7 The NVildcats, under the fine coach- ing of Max Douglas, finished another good season with a record of twenty- two wins and four defeats. The ,Cats amassed a total of 1,267 points to their opponents' l,0l2. Newark captured the Central Ohio League by winning twelve and los- ing two. The ,Cats were beaten by Coshocton and Cambridge in the C. O. L. Newark's only other defeats were at the hands of Hamilton Pub- lic and Upper Arlington. The 'Cats showed fine style in the first three games of the tourney but just couldnt make the grade during the final game with Upper Arlington. Don Smith, Dick Schenk, Bill Knox. Dick ltctherford, and Alec Leslie led the Newark attack during the season, but the first-stringcrs had great sup- port from the other members of the team-john XVorley, Charles Schenk, Bill Lavelle, john Nlakris, Arch WVal- ler, and George Dine. Only three of the ,Cats will be lost by graduation. They are Captain Don Smith, Dick Schenk, and Bill Lavelle. There will be plenty of talent up from the reserves to boost next yearis team. Don Smith not only received hon- ors as a member of the All Central Ohio League team and the All Dis- trict team but gained a berth on the All State team as well. Boys receiving letters for the sea- son were Don Smith, Dick Schenk, Alec Leslie, Dick Retherford, Bill Knox, Bill Lavelle, and Manager Bill Bossel. Page One Hundred Thirty Wine Reserve Boskeborll F tR '-XV'll Di Bl ns on 1Jur asio, 1Hk1HilgCI'g Larry Handel, Ale-rry Rambo, john Larimorc, Daxid Nleclxlty Russell Peffcrs. S lll f-Cal P1 l a'l cconc cm OILI ul lln ow, Dick Bctz, Bill Coleman, George Woolard, Bob Kane, james M lcl' 11 llnd Richard Davis, Durwood Masters. The Newark Iligh School Reserves finished a very successful season with a record of eighteen wins and two de- feats. The junior ,Cats bowed twice to Coshocton by a one-point margin. john Larimore, jim MacFarland, Plgc Ont, Hundred Forty George VVoola1'd, Bill Coleman, Dick Bctz, and Dave Meckley carried the attack during the season. They were ably backed by Dick Davis, jerry Rambo, Bob Kane, and Larry Han- del. This year's squad was coached by Paul Harlow. Columbus East The Newark YVildcats won their first game of the '46-'47 season by put- ting down a highly favored Columbus East squad 42 to Newark was out in front at the end of the first period 14 to 11 but led only by two points at the half, the score being 20 to 18. In the last half Newark pulled away to win 42 to 29. Dick Schenk held scoring honors with 14 points. Columbus West Newark won its second game of the season by clawing Columbus YVest in- to submission 52 to 38. The first half was a hectic period, Newark leading 10 to 7 at the quarter, and 15 to 11 at the half. Smith and Retherford paced the 'Cats with 16 and 14 points respec- tively, and Newark went on to win 52 to 38. Zanesville The XVildcats won their first game in the C,O.L., and the third game of the season, by defeating Zanesville 44 to 35. At the same time the win made up for Zanesvilleis crushing defeat of Newark during the football season. Newark's attack was very aggres- sive, and the alert cagers controlled the ball from both bankboards. Dick Retherford and Don Smith played exceptionally well and ac- counted for 26 of Newarkis points, Smith getting 12, and Retherford get- ting 14. Xenia Central Newark's WVildcats captured their fourth game of the season by crush- ing Xenia Central 52 to 29. For the first two or three minutes Xenia looked fairly good, but Newark pulled away to lead 13 to 8 at the quarter and 28 to 18 at the half. Dick Schenk held scoring honors with 21 points ,and Smith was next with 10. llornick was high for the losers, netting 12 points. Cambridge The XVildcats won their second game in the C.O.L. by defeating Cambridge 46 to 39. It looked like a close game but Newark finally pulled away to lead at the half. Dick Schenk, Don Smith and Bill Knox ae- Page One Hundred Forts Om counted for 40 of Newarkis points, Schenk getting 15, Smith 14 and Knox 11. Coshocton Newark suffered its first setback in the C.O.L. by going down to Co- shocton 46 to 47. The Wildcats played a good game but the football tactics of the Coshocton team proved to he too much. Dick Schenk paced the Wildcats, netting 10 points. Don Smith and Bill Knox followed with 6 and 5 points respectively. Middletown The Newark Wildcats put down the Middletown Middies 46 to 43, thus breaking the Middies, string of 31 con- secutive victories Newark led at the end of all quarters and trailed the Middies only once throughout the contest. Smith and Dick Schenk ac- counted for 26 of the ,Cats, points get- ting 15 and 11 points, respectively. This was second time in three meet- ings that the Middies were defeated hy Newark. 1-idmilton The Wildcats ended a hectic week- end hy being defeated hy Hamilton lgt Ont Hundred Forty-Two Public 46 to 30. Newark led 9 to 7 at the end of the first quarter but lost the lead to trail 14 to 24 at the half. The ,Cats, slowed down by their hard game with Middletown the night be- fore, just couldnit get started. Smith paced the Wildcats with 14 points. Nuxhall tallied 13 to lead the home team. Mcrrietto: The Wildcats won a bitter battle from the league-leading Marietta Tig- ers to 31. Newark was behind only once dur- ing the game. Stacey put in a shot in the opening minutes of the game to give the Tigers a 4-to-3 lead. jack Dettre suffered an arm injury, and Knox received a sprained ankle. Don Smith again paced the ,Cats, net- ting 13 points. Ldncdster Newark completed its fourth vic- tory in the Central Ohio League by defeating Lancaster 42 to 36. The Gales led by three points at the first quarter, but Newark forged ahead to lead at the half. Lancaster was be- hind throughout the game. Don Smith with 16 points held scoring honors for the ,Cats. Ienkinson paced the Cales with 10 points. Mt. Vernon. The YVildcats put down a fighting Nlt. Vernon squad 56 to 41 at Mt. Ver- non to gain the C.O.L. leadership. During the first quarter, the Yel- low jackets outplayed Newark and led at the end of the period 13 to 11. In the second quarter it was a differ- ent story, however, and the 'Cats led at halftime 28 to The second half was all Newark, and the game ended with Newark in front 56 to 41. Knox scored 15, and Retherford scored U14 to pace the YVilclcats. 0 E 1 Dover The 'Cats ended the first round of play in the C.O.L. by defeating Dover 52 to 32. The win put Newark in undisputed first place in the league. Doveris highly rated team was just no match for the clever ,Cats New- ark's rebound play and floor game would be a credit to any school. Newarkis Don Smith was by far the best player of the game. Besides net- ting 11 points, Smith was very ag- gressive at both offense and defense. Retherford and Knox paced the 'Cats with 15 and 13 respectively. Zanesville The XfVildcats suffered a narrow escape by putting down a determined Zanesville squad 47 to 44. It was a battle all the way. Newark was be- hind at the quarter 15 to 16 but was out in front at the half 27 to 23. Dick Schenk and Alec Leslie sparked Newark's attack, Schenk net- ting 15 points and Leslie 10. White was high for the losers, collecting 18 points. Q Cambridge Newark suffered its second defeat in the Central Ohio League by going down to Cambridge to the count of 57 to 52. This loss put the WVildcats in a tie with Dover for first place. Newark could have won the game onifoul shots, but the ,Cats misscued on six charity tosses in the last two minutes. The Wildcats were behind at the end of each quarter. Smith and Schenk paced the ,Cats, each getting 13 points. Dctyton Wilbur Wright The Newark WVildcats set a new scoring mark as they netted 70 points to defeat the Dayton team 70 to 41. Dick Schenk, Don Smith, and Bill Knox accounted for 45 Newark points, Page One liunduc Ftlllk Tint getting 18, 17, and 10 respectively. The ,Cats played almost flawless hall throughout the game. Captain Don Smith played an exceptionally fine game thrilling the crowd with his clever work. George Dine, a second Stringer, he- came the hero hy dropping in a free throw to gain the seventieth point. Coshocton Newark downed Coshocton, 44 to 42, to avenge their defeat earlier in the season. After this game the lCats were still in a tie with Dover. The ,Cats were ahead at the end of the first quarter 8 to 9 hut trailed by two points at the half and the third quarter. Newark came from hehind to tie the game 39 to 39 as the game ended. Lavelle clinched the game as he dropped in a fielder, and Smith added a free throw as the huzzer ended the game. Bexley The VVildcats defeated Bexley at Bexley hy a 55-to-34 margin. The Lions led after three minutes of play, but from then on it was all Newark. Newark led 25 to 15 at the half and pulled away to lead 41 to 20 at the end of the third period. Smith had 20, and Dick Schenk had Put One llundrccl Forty-Four 12 to pace the Cats. Susil paced the losers netting 15 points. Lancaster Newark, in winning from Lancas- ter 44 to 39, gained undisputed first place in the league. Doveris defeat at the hands of Coshocton gave Newark this position. After a slow start, the ,Cats pulled away to lead 21 to 15 at the half. Newark was behind at the first quar- ter 8 to 2. Don Smith and Dick Schenk paced the ,Cats, Smith getting 14 and Schenk netting 11. Short was high for the Gales with 15. Dayton Roosevelt The VVildcats skimmed over the Teddy Bears 50 to 36 in a non-league engagement. Newark led 12 to 2 at the first quarter and 27 to 10 at the half. This victory was the second of the year over a Dayton team. Every player in the Newark line- up scored, hut D. Schenk and Don Smith held scoring honors, netting 15 and 14 respectively. Stewart paced the Teddy Bears with nine points. Marietta The Newark Wildcats defeated a highly rated Marietta squad 49 to 37 to retain their lead in the C.O.L. One more win only was needed to gain a share of the title. The ,Cats led by only two points at the end of the first quarter but pulled away to lead 29 to 19 at the half. R. Schenk, Knox, and Smith ac- counted for 41 of Newark's points, netting 19, 12, and 10 respectively. Williams paced the Tigers with 16 points. Mt. Vernon Newark cinched the Central Ohio League by defeating Mt. Vernon 54 to 52 on the home court. The 'Cats were coasting along with a comfortable 10-point lead with just 30 seconds to play when they blew up. Schenk, Knox, and Smith all fouled out in the hectic fourth period. Newark led 15 to 5 at the quarter, 29 to 18 at the half, and 44 to 33 at the end of the third period. Schenk netted 18 and Knox 17 to pace the ,Cats. Dover The Newark Wildcats completed another successful regular season by downing Dover 45 to 32. This win was Newark's nineteenth against only three setbacks. Dick Schenk had four personal fouls before the half ended and spent a good part of the game on the bench. Bill Knox, Don Smith, and Dick Pietherford accounted for 34 of New- ark's points, netting 11, 11, and 12 points respectively. Baker paced the losers with eleven points. Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark 42 52 44 52 46 27 46 30 42 56 52 47 52 70 44 55 44 50 49 54 45 74 62 48 41 Scores Cols. East 29 Cols. West 38 Zanesville 35 Xenia Central 29 Cambridge 39 Coshocton 46 Middletown 43 Hamilton 46 Marietta 31 Lancaster 36 Mt. Vernon 41 Dover 32 Zanesville 44 Cambridge 57 Dayton NV. VVright 41 Coshocton 42 Bexley 34 Lancaster 39 Dayton Roosevelt 36 Marietta 37 Mt. Vernon 52 Dover 32 DISTRICT NVesterville 39 Linden McKinley 38 Central 35 Upper Arlington 51 Page One llundred Forty-Five S"ru.rs C. 0. L fe 5. Pk ..., .. 3 E32 i 2 3 I K if ff, ,. S ts' "swf-mp 2 A 1 or CK Q21 Fr ' , 1. AVAL' fe f a ig G N me A X5 ,f f f k R arcs-Q ' MOE " A MPS ix 'L 4 -2-. ,lf 5 :15 -'I '3 ii ff AE ,A':":'f E52 'z' CAS ,ii i ' V , ' S , - "ARCH" ' iw N 4 V L 2 H-..., Yeo reefs" S V us-QW' E LY ll f fi f. 24-W V 2:23 BUD ll 4 v LITTLEJOHN Cross Country Row I-David Mecklcy, Robert Patrick, George Offenbaker, Richard Neuman, Donald Idle. Row 2-Robert Sherman, Jack Hunt, John Makris, Charles Peffers, Cary Griffith, Paul Norris fmrnxgui NeWark's Harriers had a fairly suc- cessful season. In the course of the season, Newark defeated Columbus West, 23 to 37, and Marietta, 23 to 36. They were defeated by Mansfield, 26 to 29, and Columbus Central 26-29. Entering the District Meet at Springfield, the ,Cats topped the field and brought home the bacon with a score of 91. Levier was second with 95, and Dayton Roosevelt was third with 108. Don Idle placed fourth, and Dick Neuman placed seventh. Plge Om Hundred Forty-Eight In the state meet, Newark received a tie for last place with Dayton Roose- velt. Idle was the only Newarkitc among the first ten, receiving ninth place and a gold medal. Boys receiving letters Were Dick Neuman, Don Idle, Dick Retherford, Jack Hunt, George Offenbaker, and Charles Peffers. This year marked Coach Harlowis first season with the cross-county squad. Girls' Athletic Council Lt-ft to rightYBetty Stehelton, Phyllis Morrow, Put Cnwy, uncl Clnrilwllv Gentile. The Girls' Athletic Council func- tioned for its fifth season this year. The innin purpose of this organiza- tion is to administer all the games. It deciclcs all the policies to be carried out in girls' sports, and it sees that the intrrnnurul games function prop- VVelxh, Ann Cutriclge, Miss Myers, uclviserg Ann crly. Further, nieinhcrs assist with scoring, keeping records of contests, and offieiute ut games. Cliairxnun this year was Clzmilmelle Gentile. Other members were Ann Morrow, Put Carrey, Phyllis VVL-hh, Ann Cutriclge, and Betty Stehelton. Page One llunmlrecl Forty-Nine Girls' Volleyball Row 1-Florence Feldner, Mary Lou Feldner, Ruth Price, Patricia Parker, Barbara Bradford, Betty Stebelton, Pat Carey, Betty Carson, Patsy Wise, Anne Morrow, Bose Soliday. Q Row 2-Barbara Post, Luey DiCola, Jeanne Honenberger, Clara Carter, Virginia Perdue, Pat Koman, Doro- thea Myers, Myra Jean Drumm, Peggy Field, Betty Marple, Donna Harper, Marcita Terrell, Norma VVaddell, Miss Myer. Bow 3-Phyllis WVebb, Eunice Varner, Gloria Kearcher, Anna Massalas, Marjorie Kelley, Cleda Cunning- ham, Lillian Van VVey, Peggy Mackenzie, Sugar Rivitz, Jerry Overstreet, Nancy Idle, Mary Belle Wagner, Bar- bara Allen, Marjorie Wilkin. Bow 4-Pat Taylor, Alice Ritchey, Nancy Branscorne, Katy Pfetfer, Nancy Otterman, Joan Gatrell, Carol Brooks, Ruth Fisher, Carol Haley, Jean Haas, Margaret Delaney, Juanita Martin, Bonnie Ditter. Row 54Emmajean Kasson, Earlene Mossholder, Loretta Derringer, Dorinda Smith, Donna Jean Slebodnik, Margaret VVaggoner, Susan Shields, Anna Busic, Dorothy VVright, Ruth Tabler, Sue Taylor, Diane Horwitz, Carolyn Crawford, June Deeds, Marilyn Brown. Row 6-Winifred Brookover, Grace Helser, Mary Elizabeth Boyer, Juanita Swan, Buth Dillon, Barbara VVooles, Mamie Robertson, Mary Ellen Eshelnlan, Betty Lou Korb, Shirley Lamson, Betty Lavelle, Margaret Neal, Mary Ann Hale, Marilyn WVebb. Row 7-Shirley Post, Charlotte Parlet, Alice Dawson, Joan Burgess, Kathleen Lawson, Betty Moran, Jane Hilbrandt, Josephine Stichter, Carol Zeiher, Betty Weekley, Clarabelle Gentile. Row 8-Cizella Kovreg, Annabelle Alexander, Molly Schmutzler, Barbara Van Fleet, Pat Phillips, Cornelia Jones, Marjorie Evans, Maymie Bowen, Joyce Keinath, Joan Abbott, Molly Bob, Amy Henzy, Nancy Fatig. Row 9-Betty Suhora, Dorothy WVeekley, Beverly Yount, Emma Van VVinlcle, Joan Morin, Ann Gutridge, Claire Frye, Freda Davis, Naomi Evans. More than one hundred girls par- ter, and Josephine Stichter. ticipated in the volleyball league. Out- . standing players were Shirley Post, Teams Capt?-med by Bettl' Stebel' Pat Carey, Betty Stebelton, Clara Car- ton and Pat Carey tied for first place. Page One Hundred Fifty Girls' Basketball How 1-Anna Busic, Cornelia jones, Gerry Oyerstreet, Marioric Kc-llcy, Virginia Pcrduc, Gloria IXILIL Bonnie Ditter, Dorothy Wright, Pat Carey, Betty Carson, Anne Morrow, Barbara Allen. How 2-Phyllis YVchh, -lcannc Honenhcrger, Barhara Post, Lucy Diffola, Claire Carter, Pat Koniln Doro thca Myers, Myra Drumni, Margaret Fields, Betty Marple, Donna llarpcr, Marcita Terrell, Norma NX lun Miss Myer. How 3-Pat Taylor, Alice Ritchey, Nancy Branscoinc, Patricia Parker, Anna Massalas, Lillian X in fu Peggy Mackenzie, Suzanne Riyitz, Nancy Idle, Mary Belle VVa,Lfner, Juanita Bcency, Rose Soliclay, Xllfjllllt NVilliin. Row 4-Einmajean Kasson, Earlene Mossholclcr, Loretta Dcrringcr, Dorinda Smith, Nancy Ottcrmm loin Catrcl, Ruth Fisher, joan Burgess, Carol Haley, .lean Haas, Betty Str-helton, Margaret Dclancy, juanitl M tr in Row 5-Betty liyans, Gizzela Koyrcg, Donna jean Slchodnilc, Ruth Dillon, Barhara NVoolcs, Marjoiu Ly ms ltuth Tahler, Sue Taylor, Carolyn Crawtord, Betty Layellc, june Deeds, Marilyn Brown. Row 6--Iuanita Smith, Molly Sclmintzlcr, Aimahellc Alcxanclcr. Barbara Van Fla-ct, Pat Phillips, Alum son, Mary Ellen Eshchnan, Kathleen Lawson, Betty Moran, Shirley Lamson, Margaret Neal, Mary Ann H1 L Marilyn XVehh. Row T-Marjorie Brccht, -loan Bell, Ellen Stickle, Charlotte Parlct, Clarahclle Gentile, Joyce Kcinith o in Ahhott, -lane llillhrandt, -loscphinc Stichter, Carol Zeiher, Nancy Fatig, Naomi Eyans. How 8-Martha Becney, Esther Amos, Betty Subora, joan Morin, Ann Gutridgc, Suzanne Craxcs, XI lynuc Bowen, l"r4-ida Davis, Molly Boh, Amy Ilenzy, Bc-tty Eiti ff nher. How 9-Dolores Vermilion, Katherine XVarman, Pat Sullivan, Anna XVvssingcr, Ruth lfairall, Norini B uc Angela Deering, Beverly Yount, Emma Van YVinklc. As the Annual went to press the hasketball schedule was not complete. At this time the senior team captained hy Gloria Kaercher was leading nine teams-three from each class. Out- standing senior players were Ann Morrow, Ann Gutridge, Lillian Van XVey, Martha Bceney, and Bonnie Ditter. Outstanding juniors were Cor- nelia jones, Nancy Fatig. and Doro- thea Myers. Sophomore players were Marjorie Brecht, Ruth Dillon, Barbara XVooles, and Marilyn VVebb. Page One Hunchcd Fifty One Udmcfm SEPTEMBER First assembly! School starts With a roar! OCTOBER Sophomore party. Oh, those silly sophomores! NOVEMBER "January Thawv-Rushing the season. DECEMBER Christmas assembly: Dr. Swaim pronounces the invocation. mf sw IANUARY High school receives picture in memory of Donald Shields. FEBRUARY Mrs. Barnes counts the dimes for the "March of Dimes." NIARCH "Little VVomen,v hut they werent so little. MARCH Letters presented to basketball team. Nice going, fellows. OUR ADVERTISERS Abbott Shoe Company Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam Company, The Albyn Nursery Shop Andersonis Service Store Amfs Restaurant Art, H. L., Jeweler Automotive Supplies, Inc. Bainis Hardware Best Jewelry Company Betty Gay Beverly Shop Bordenis Dairy and Ice Cream Co. Boston Store Brucker Service Station Burch Gift Shop Busy Bee Grill C. 81 B. News Callander Cleaning Company Candy Box, The Carlile Furniture and Rug Go. 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Allen, Homer ..................... Allen, Winston ........,...,......,. Alspaeh, Donn Edward ...... Alspaeh, Mr. Kenneth ,,,.,.. Althar, Barbara .............. Althar, Clara ,,......... Amos, Ella May ..,..,.,.,. Amos, Esther Mae ....,,.,..... , 1.,,,,.,...... ,..... 7 .. .....,,,55, 123 61 97 Armbruster, james Herbert .... 54, Anderson Ardeth ,,....,,.,. . Anderson Eugene Morris Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson , Anderson, Anderson Anderson A ndrews, Angeletti, Arbaugh, james Howard ....1.. jerry Lee .,,,,,., Mary .lane ...,,, Patricia Ann ,... Paul .....,,......,........ Robert Cnrl ,,.. Robert N ......,.... George ......,11,.. Charles .,,..,,,.... Edith Marie ..,, it Ashbrook, Robert Wright., ,.... .. Asher, Betty Lou ,,,,........,,..,....... Asher, Connie .,..................., Atherton, Charles Robert ....... Attlee, Mildred Hazel .,,..,..... Ault, C11rtis Henry .....,,,.....,.... Anlt, Robert Daniel .................. B Baehman, Io Annc i.1,., .,........... Bailey, Barbara .......,... Bailey, Donna ......,... Baker, Dr. john C ........... Balding, Barbara ..........,......,.,. Ballenger, Harry .,,,,,,,..,............. Ballentine, NVanda Charlene ,...,, Ballinger, Edward Philip ,..,,...... Ballinger, Enla Mae ....,.,..... Barcns, Bareus, Margaret Ellen .,,.. Norma Jean ....,.,,,. Barnes, Barbara Ann ....... Barnes, Mary E. .....,,..., , Barnes, 0. I. .............. . Barnes, Robert ..,.,,,......... Barstowe, Eugent '.., ,.....,.,. Barrett, Ralph Roland ......... Barrett, Robert .,..,,,,.....,.........., Barnxes, Helen ......,,,,,,.,,,.,...,,... Banglnnan, Kenneth Eugene f,,,, Banghmen, Orvillt ',,,, ............. Balnngartner, james ..,..,,,.,., Banmgartner, joseph ...... Banmgartner, Pete ,.,. ,..,.. Bay, Harry ....,,,,...,,,. Beaver, Kay .....,,.1, 55, 130, 188 26 , , , 04,109 ....,....55, 100 ...,.,.,106, 26 .,...,,.76 ,......76, 78 .....,.85, 91 80 23, 93, 130, 138, 26 151 ......1,.19, 153 ,.........168 ,......54, 55 ,.,1...72, 74 ........81 Bebout, Lewis .,.,..,,1 Bebout, Mary -lane ..... Bebout, Ralph ......,,,.....,. 80 80 ........74 80 80 76 Beck, Sally ,lane .,.,.,,......... Beckham, Beckman, Beekman , Beekman, Robert David,,..,. Carol .......,,..... Floyd ,............. In ne Irene ,.,,, Beeney, Martha Grace ...... Beeney, luanita lean ,..,. Beerv, Richard ,.....,........ Beesler, Charlotte Lee ,..1. Begley, lane .................... Beinhower, Phyllis .,,,. 92 100, 114 ,..,....,.,.1,80, 82 ...,,,61, 113, 152 27 1........,.61,151 ..,,..,72, 74 ........72 3 NORTH WI!! UT. Congratulations To the Graduates of Newark High 1947 Page One Hundred Fifty Sex en Compliments to The Graduating Class of T947 K IQ I Q CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc CARLILE'S Bell, jo Ann Rebecca ........ Benner, Cary 1Vallace,.. Benner, Lester .........,.., Benner, Richard Lewis ,...,. Bennett, Dorothy Rae 1,,,, Bermerrnan, Mary Anne Betz, Richard Ralph ..,.... Bevard, Earl Dean .,..,.,. Bevard, Edward ,,,,..,,.... Bieberbach, Lena Mae ...... Binckley, Margaret Louise., Bingham, Donna ..............,.,..... Birkey, Kathryn Romaine .,.,..,, Black, Barbara Ann ...,........... Black, Charles .....,,,.,.,,,....,r Black, Mary Louise .....,.. Bline, james ,,,.,,,...,..,....,.... Blizzard, Juanita Irene ...... Blizzard, Marcelle .....,.,,........ Block, Emil Nathaniel ,,,Y ..., , Blodgett, Evelyn Louise ....,,. Blowers, Beverly ............................ Blowers, David Leroy .,.,,,..,........... Bob, Molly Lou ,................... 55, 97 Bodle, Ioseph William ,.............,... Bonham, Bonham, Barbara Joyce ......,......... Barbara Lee .,,.,Y.,.,.,,. Bonham, Clarence Eugene ...,,,,.. Bonham, Mary ..,,,,,,......,,.....,,,,i Boring, loan ...,.........,.,.,.,..,,,,. Bosscawen, Don ........................, Bosscawen, Frederick Dale ,..., .. Boswell, Billie ....,,,,...,.,,,,.,,,,..,, Bounds, Charles Dwight ........, Bowen, ,lerry Edward ........,. . Bowen, Maymie Ruth .,,,... ....,...,. Boyd, Florence E .,.,,...,.. ..,,.,....,, Boyd, Frew C ..,,,..,...,,...,........ 11, 1 Boyd, loan ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,.......,.......,.. Boyer, Mary Elizabeth ..,,,, ,,,,,,.,,, Boyer, Virginia Belle ,,,,.,.., Braddock, Robert G .,,,,,, Bradford. Barbara Ann ,,,,, Bragg, Alice Ann .......,,, Braid, Marie -,,,, ....,.... Braid, Mollv ,,,,,,..,,....... .,,.,..,, Brannon, Shirley .,,,,.... ...,.,..,.,,, Branseome, john ............,,...,.,,,,,,,, , Branscome, Nancy Louise ...... 6, 55 Brandt, John lr ...,.,..,.,,... Bratfisch, Hilda Ann ......... ..,.,,,,,, Brecht, Marjorie jo ,.............. Bringardner, Ioan ,,,,.,,,...,....,,,, Brookover, Barbara .......,........,,.,. Brookover, WVinifred Lucille ......... Brooks, Brooks, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Carol Jean ...................,.. Marilyn .,.,,,,,...i,,,.....,,,, Edith Evaleen .....,.. Emoqene ......i,,.,, f'1'0'0,"'1 151 r-f 1155, iss 61 f6'i,'Q5E3',"14cm 97 .W101 61 ...,,...72 61 82 61 ....,.,.80 .......55 68 ....,,,61 ,....,,55 68 61 17, 150, 151 61 61 ......,,61 .......61 ,..,.,,,68 68 68 150, 4,7011 151 .,,,,,.,19, 109 07, 132, 150 153 150 109, 2 7 .1 ,.,.,,., , 7 76 , 100, 116, 150, 151 '77 151 .,,..,,,150, 27 150 Marilyn Rose ,..,,,... ,..,.,,. 6 1, 1 Mary Dolores ,,,,,.1 Marv Louise .,.1.,. Mildred ,,,,,,...,,,,, Murel Glenn .......,, Reola Don ,..,...,... Richard Sylvester ..., Robert Leland 1.11..,.. Brownfield, Joann .,,....,,,,, , Brutchey, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Buchanan, Bess ...,... Buchanan, Eileen ,,,,......,.. Buchanan, jess Eugene ,,,.. .. Buchrna n, Helen ,,,,....,....... Budd, Donald McLain ,,,,.... Burden, JoAnn ...,.,..........,..... Burgess, Ioan Elizabeth ,,,,,,...,,...... Burns, Harry Robert ......,,,.,....,....,. 26, 150, 151 150 ........,,.61 138 ,,,........76 155, 94, 138 00 ,,,,.,,.121, 27 ...,1,,61, 150, 151 Burson, Mary Frances ,..,..,, 51, 108, 110, 117, 119, 27 Burt, Maurice Waldo ..,,,,..,.,,,,..,,.. Congratulations To All High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE Furniture cmd Rug Co. N ewarkis Dependable H ome Furnishers West Main at Arcade Newark, O. "Cheer Upv FENTON CLEANERS 31 W. Main St. Let Us Maintain the Appearance of Your Entire 1Vardrobe Witli Quick Dependable Service Phone Willard C. Yaus 3530 Mgr. Page One Hundred Fifty-Nine Xmer on i f feral"-, -z:,5:f ..511.'- xg.: f - A .-:-3:-5.-ry, , g:-:- :-:-, 3 5:-,,. . :-,-:, 4 ::, :I f-fc-fe f fa"'f-. ..., A ' 2 .V " , ..A, g . .:-,-:,-:-:f.-:-g.1:A:-+L-r-. .. .-.-.Y '-:Hz f . :--:-.5 2-:rc-:-5' -"fri I+:-:rf-:I-:-:-1:4 .- F A. 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A,.--,- 9 2 Citrone, Joann ....,.......... ....... 5 5 Claggett, Ellen Louise. Claggett, Lewis ,...,..... Clark, Joann Louise ..,. Clark, Robert Leon .....,. Clark, Sally ,...,,,,,.......... Clary, Marjorie Jeanne ..,.. Clifton, Paul ...............,,,,... Cline, Eddie .,...,.1...............,,, Coad, Charles Edward ......., Coates, Geraldine .,,......... .. Cocanour, John Roger ,,,,,,..,. Cochran , Anna Eloise ,... Cochran, Carol ................ Cochran, Donald George ...,.,.. Cochran, Elizabeth Ann .,...1,.. Cochran, Myrtle .............. Cochran, Robert ...,,,.,........ Cochran, Roland Dean ........,.. Cochran, William Joseph ....,.. Coffinbarger, Mary Ellen ...,... Cole, Katherine Jean ........ Coleman, Bill .............,.., Colemen, Gladys ........ Collet, George .,................,.., Collins, William Howard ...,,.. Comisford, William D. ...... . .......80 .......28 .......112, 116, 29 74 .......55 ...,...55 138 .. ...,......, 61 .......80 .......80 .......61 .......29 .Q .... ........... 5 5 ........,61, 138, 140 .......80 .......56 ,......29 Compliments of The Newcrrk Ice cmd Cool Co. and Newcrrk Zero- Cold Lockers MARIETTA PAINT STORE 89 W. CI111rch St. Pl1one 4419 Newark, Ohio ' Marietta Paints ' Enamels ' Varnislies ' Glass ' Wallpaper ' Painters, Supplies Page One Hundred Sixty-One EUMPUMHHS UE MOIQE THAN .5 000 OF 5: A WHQENUS J OWENS- CORNINGS FH 1-EQQQQEQM-S Q 3 w fwyjmff had S xxty- I. wo Cox, Lester B ..,.,..,.,,....... Conner, Jack ............. .,..,,... Connor, Eugene Carol ...... Conrad, Stacey ...................Y Cook, Harold Lester .,..,...,..,.. Cooksey, James Franklin .....,... ......, Cooksey, Lois Mae ...,.......... Cooperrider, Bettie Jean .,,, ,, Cooperrider, Jessie Mae .,,... ,. ,A.,,. a Cope, Anna Lou ............. Copley, Joyce ...................... Cottrill, Dwight .....,........i....... Couclen, Richard Eugene ....,, Courson, Betty ........,.,..i...... Courtright, Shirley Lou ....,. Coventry, William .........e. Coyle, Donald ..................... Coyle, James Franklin .,,,.,,. Coyle, Shirley .,.,.................. Coyne, Robert Francis ...... Craig, Charles ,.,,.,,......,...... Craig Stella May ......,........... Cramer, Clarence Charlesv. Cramer, Walter ........,.,.,..... Crane, Ralph ...........,.............. ,.,....,,.,...... Crawford, Carolyn Esthera. Crawford, Rohert VVolfe ,,.,....,.., 50, 106, Crawfo rd, Ruth .............,,.,. Cree, Mary ,,,,..,i.............,, Creighton, Elaine ......... Crilly, Bertha L ....i....i,. Crist, Julia Ann ,i.......,.,.,. Crossla nd, Mr. Logan ,....,.. Crothers, George Allen .......... Cunningham, Cleda Mae ...... Cupps, Juanita .......,.......l.....,..... D Dalton, Laura ...........,....,,...... .. Dalton, Norma ..,....,....,,,,....... Danese, Carolyn Mary ....,..... Darling, Betty Jane ..,......,., Darling, Dorothy .........,.,........ Darnes, Gail ..................,,.,......... Daugherty, Geraldine Rose ........ Daugherty, Mary Alma ............. Davidson, Dorothy Ann .,.... Davidson, Eloise ............. Davis, Freda Evelyn ....... Davis, Hallie ................ Davis, Jeanetta ..........,.., Davis, Davis, Davis, Mahle Ellen ,,.,..,,. Oren Lester ........, Richard Pa11l .,,,,.,, Dawson, Alice Mae ...,.,.,. Dean, Richard ,,,,.......... Dehevoise, John ....,..........,.... Dehevoise, Ralph Eugene ,... D ,...,,...29 102, 116, 29 .........56, 93 as 74 71 82 138 .62, 150, 151 107, 116, 29 0 ,,,,1.,.76, 78 ,.....18, 100 .......124 ,...,..,..,.30 ..,,,.61, 150 .1.....,,...62 ...,,...56, 30 ..,,........30 56 80 92, 150, 151 140 62, 150, 151 Decker, Valeria Ann ......,..., ..............,.1.....,., 6 2 Deeds, Marilyn June ......, ....... 6 2, 150, 151 Deeds, Richard .,,....,.......... ...,........,......,.. 6 8 Deering, Angela Leona ,.,...... ,1..... 1 25, 151, 30 Delancey, Betty ,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,., ,,..,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Delancey, Margaret Louise ,..,,.. ...,,,, 1 60, 151, 30 Delaney, Robert Earl ,.,,..,,, Del Ce Cato, Florangela ,..,.... De Ment, Betty, Eileen ..,... Dc Me De Me nt, Jack Francis ,,,... , nt, Joan Frances ,.,,,,,,, ,.,,,, Denman, Joan ...,..,,......... ,..,,,, Denner, James Edwin .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. Derringer, Loretta Jane ..,....,....,.,,.1.,,,,, 55, Derringer, Mary Ellen ,.,..... Dettre, Devere John Richard ,..,........ a11x, Betty .......,., Deutsch, Patricia Rlltll 'iEf5k1Q"1'60Q' ,....,,.,62, 138 .. ...,,....,...,, 62 108, 119, so 66, 150, 151 130, 146, 30 ,.,,,...,s0 The I The PHIL VCGELMEIER CGMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Phone 5063 Page One Hundred Sixty-Three Congrofulotions . . Seniors a fs v' '17 MUFILLEHS FLUORESCENT LICHTINCS CIVIC BEST RESULTS Cool - No Clara- - Comfortublv The MU ELLER STU DIO Clarence A. Trexel, Proprietor 35 Arcade Telvphono 292I P 5, 0 IT clrm-cl Sixty-Fmu' , Shirley Joann ........ Eisert, Dixie ,,.................,. 5 De Witt, Barbara .......,. --------- 5 52 Dial, Jeannine ........... -f---------- Dial, Norina June .......,........v........ ...----....-,-- 3 1 DiBlasio, Wilber ............................... ....-- 5 2, 140 Dickerson, Addison lNl011tgOlllG1'y ....... .---....---- 6 2 Dickerson, Betty Lou ........,-......----.-..- --------- 5 5 Diekerson, T. Edwyn ......... .... ...,.........------ 1 9 1 Dickerson, Ronald K ........... .............,A 9 3, 31 Dickey, Floyd Darwin ........ .....,...-.-.... 5 5, 123 Di Cola, Lucy Julia ......... ,...... 1 50, 151, 31 Diehl, William ............... .....--,.--------,-,-- 3 1 Diller, Paul David .,........., --.....,----,------ 5 5 Diller Shirley Jeanette ....... -.---- Diller, Dillon Dillon Tracey Myron ....,. , Della .,................ Fred ...........,....... Dilloni Ruth Ellen ......... Dillon Dine, George William ....., Disbennett, Carol ...,........ Ditter, Bernard ,........ Ditter, Bonnie Jean ....... Ditters, Marlene ,....,.......... Dixon, Joa11 Dolores ........ Dodson, Eleanor Lucille.. Doll, Lyle ...........,.............. Dollison, Donald NVayne. Donaldson, Kathleen .,,,,,,. Donavon, Ruth Ann ,....... Dorn, Helen P ........ .......... Dowler, Ruth LaVerne .,.,. Dou glas, M ax .........,,......... Drake, Joyce ........,......,. DIUIIIIII, Myra Jean ...,.. Dudley, Charles ............. ,,.......32, 150, 152, 151 ..,.,..55, 94, 133, 147 70 102, 150, 151, 31 ,,.,,,,,,.....,.,..,............,. 62 ...,.,.,, 62 ,.,,,,..... .72 93 ,1,,,,.....,,,,,... ss 122 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..... 55, 103, 116 132, 139, 153 ..........150, 151, 81 D uffins, Maurice Lee ....... Duncan, Carl William ...... Duncan, Mable Virginia.. Dunn, Virginia Mae ........ Dupler, Edgar .................. Dush, Jack ................. Dush, William ........... Dutcher, Blanche ......... Dutcher, Jack Lee .......... Dyer, Letha Jean ............. Easton, Williain Louis... Eckert, Charles H ........... Edwards Charles Keith. Edwards? F redriek Speeri Edwards, P. B .................. Elfinger, .Betty Lou ...,..... Ellis, Ellis, Gretchen Louise., Janet Aldene ......... Ellis, Katherine Marie ..... Ellis, Rlchard ................... Elmore, Frances ............. Ehnore, Inez ........... English, Esther ..,....... Eriksen, Stan Roger ..... Ervin, Robert .,.................. 25, 53, 94, 31 124 ,........74 .........80 ,,.,,,,....... .65 109 E ,,.......l6 ......124, 31 ,,,......., 11, 13 .........62, 151 Eshehnan, Mary Ellen ............... ..........,,.. 6 2, 150, 151 Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Evans, Ewald Ewing s a Betty ..................... Carol ................... Dolores Aileen ...... Don Allan .......... Marjorie Ruth ........ Martha ................,, 25, 51, 50, 106, 109, 119, 153, 129, 31 - 103 105 , 63, 150, 151 151 Naomi Josephine ......... ....... 5 5, 150, John Bruce ,..........,... ....... 5 5, 110, 123 Allen .................... ,..,................. 6 8 .... Ewing, Janice Marie .......,... Ewing, Martha Ranck .... Ewing, Robert ................... Fairall, Ruth Ann ..,,... Faller, Virginia M ....... Farley, Clarice ......... 94, 123 .........62, 151 If Itls TIRES You Want S E E WOLFE The Tire Man ROAD SERVICE 61-63 North Third Street Phone 2740 Newark, Ohio Compliments of The Hamburger Inn Sandwiches Soups Plate Lunches Soft Drinks Open 7 Days a lVeek 24-H our Service 103 VVest Main St. JOHN TELVIN, Prop. Page One Hundred Sixty-F ive ijt THE INDEPENDENT DAIRY PHIL R. DENMAN, OWNER Pclsfeurized Dairy Products Milk Butter Cottage Cheese Cream Buttermilk FAIRMONIVS ICE CREAM Phone 4352 48 Krcig Street Crmgrutulations to Class of 1947 FT Eff One Hundred Sixty-Six Farmer, Bernard ,,.A...,,A Farmer, Bonnie jean .,,,..., Fatig, Bernard XVilson, Fatig, Nancy Ann ....... Fatig, Raymond ....,,,..... Feaster, Patricia .....,,w.,.,,. Feiber, Annabella Grace.. Feldner, Florence E ...,..,,. Feldner, Geraldine ...,.. Feldner, Mary Lon ,... Felnmlee, Donald ...,..,.. Ferguson, Nancy ,,,,,.,,.,,... Fernow, Frederick ,....,,,,... Fenerriegel, Richard Leen. i,,.,.,..T0 115 150, 151 qv .,,,,,.150, 32 .......15o, 32 .,,,,..fffQQfQQQQ92 62 Field, Margaret Annt -,,,, ...... ...,,,,, 1 5 0, 151, 32 Field, Richard ,,,.,,....,,,,,,..,,,,.. r,,,.....,,,.....,,,.. 8 0 Fields, Mildred Elizabeth ,,..,,,,. ,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,,. 5 6 Finekle, Benjamin .,......,.,.,,, ,.,...,,.,,,,....,.,,.... 8 0 Fink, Rose Ann ,,,,,,,.. ..........,.r,......,,,. 7 6 Fish, WVilliam ,,,,,,,,,,,.. .,,,,,,,...,,.,.,...,..,...,,.. 72 Fisher, Ruth Evelyn ..........,, ,..,,, 5 6, 109, 150, 151 Fisk, Charles .,,,....,,,,.,..,,,..,,.,.1 ...,,,,.,,,,.,r,,.... 9 3, 94 Fisk, Raymond Richard ...,,,,. ...,,,,,,,,....,,,,...,,. 5 6 Flanigan, janice .r.,,,..,,,.,,,,.,. ......,.. 8 0 Flannigan, Panl Michael ,,..,,.. .......,, 6 2 Fleitz, Richard ,,,,,,,,.,i,,,,,...,. ...,,.,.,......,,,, 8 0 Fleitz, William ,,,,........,,,,.1,.. .,,,.,..,,,,,,,,...,,, 9 4 Fleming, Edith ..,,,...,,,,....,,.,.. ,.....,..,,,,.,..,,,,.... 7 9 Fletcher, Faith Elizabeth .....,... ,...... 6 2, 109, 122 Flowers, Ellen ,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,..r..,.. ,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,...... 6 8 Flowers, Frank Frederick ....,,.,, ...,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, 5 6 Flowers, Paul ,,.,.,,,....,,,,,,,,..,.r, .,.,,,,,, 7 6 Flowers, Fll1l12ll't, Flnharty, Flnharty, Richard .,,,....,,..., Richard Eugene Carole Elizabet iiflfffi Marilyn .....i.,......,.,, P oit, Carol .,,,,,,,..r,,, ..r,,,,,,, Folger, Pat Irene ,,,........... Forbes, Charles Thomas.. Forbes, Sally Lon t,,, ,.,,.,.. ..t.,.,118, 32 The LICKING LAUNDRY CO. Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning l"urrier.s' Phone 4045 l umnkllu- 9 STORE "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODSU Page One Hundred Sixty-Seven SHOP BAIN'S FIRST SAVE TIME and MDIIEYI Congratulations Newark High School Personnel and Students QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- BILL BAIN Invites You To Make IIBAINISII Your Headquarters XVhen In Need of Hardware . . Plumbing . . . Electrical . . . F ann and Household Supplies WHOLESALE and RETAIL -- Two S'roR15s -- First and Main Streets 607-09 Main Street NEXVARK, OHIO COSIIOCTON, OHIO Phone 3703 cmd 3727 Phone 923 Associate United Independent Hardware Stores LEADLVPS IN HAPDWAPF f-' Q ' 9 Page One Hundred Sixty-Eight Ford, Evelyn Mae .,,.......,.. Forsythe, Estella .................. Fouts, Barbara Jacqualyn ...,... Fouts, Franklin .................... Fox, Glenn .,,...... Fox, Gloria jean .... Franga, Lepa .,,,,...,.. Franklin, joAnn .....,..... Franklin, Lester ..,,..,,,..... F ranz, Ronald Henry ..,.... Freas, Bernard Arthur .,...... Freas, Harold ................,r Fredritz, Barbara.. Frey, Alice Mae .....,,.... Frey, Janice Louise ..... ...... 56, 92 .,,,....76 ,.....,,8o 62 69 .... .... .... .... ..,,....... ..4 F riend, Ralph ,........,. ....,,..........,..,.,..,,.......,....,,...... 6 8 Frye, Claire Frances ...,.,...,,. 51 108, 110, 117, 150, 32 Frye, Richard ..,...,,., .....,.,...,,......,.....,....,,.......,....., 3 2 Frye, Robert ..,.....,,........,,. A .... ..,,..... 8 0 Fulks, Mary ..,.................,rrr,, .,.,.... 8 2 Fullen, james Delbert .....,,,... .......,... 3 2 G Galbraith, Eugene Lee ..,..,...... .,,,..... 5 G, 124 Gamble, Marilyn ..,.,.,.,,,,,.,... ,....,,,,,.... 8 0 Gamble, Shirley .....,,....,., .,,...,..., 7 6 Gamerdinger, Earl ..,.,,.., ,,..,.. 5 6, 93 Gardner, Annabel .,.....,..,, Gardner, Robert VVylie ..,.. Caree, james Richard ....,,. Garee, Ralph Edwin .rrr.. Garrett, Lola ,,........,...,. Garver, Robert ......,,, Garver, Yvonne ....,,, ........,...,...,.....,...,.,. 3 2 Gatrell, Joan Corrine ...,... 62, 126, 150, 151 Gatrell, Larry Lee ........,,,.,...,r.r ,,...,,,..r....... 6 2, 138 Gayheart, Hallie ,,,.............,.r...... ....,...,..... 6 8 Geidenberger, Clarence Ross ..... ,.......... 3 2 Geiger, Patricia .........,..r.....,,... Geller, Dorothy ..,.....,.,,.,,...., Geller, Hulbert Chase .....,, Gentile, Anna Claribelle ,,..., .....,.,,..G8 ,,..,,,,56 .......68, 70 .....,.149, 150, 151, 38 GEORGE PFEFFER Clotlzier 9 9 Q 44 North 'lfhird Strcct Newark, O. CONGRATULATIONS To The Class of 1947 Wishing Them Success and Happiness For the Future The JOHN J. CARROLL STORE Page One Hundred Six Congratulations 'ro the Class of 19-47 3 1 aw , L . I , FEW a , gh OHIO POWER 0.5 xf I d George, Catherine ......,......... George, George Michael ...... Gibbs, Genevieve ..........,..... Gienger, William lloward.. Cilham, Charles .....,............,. Gilham, james Lee .,............ Glasmeier, Janet Lucille. Glasmeier, Riehard VValter ,,l,.,.,,o Gleekler, Lawrence Edwin.. Glover, Richard ............,,...... Goldsmith, Betty june ,,,...... Goldsmith, William .,....,.,. Gonser, john ........,,...,... Good, Barhara Ann ,,...., Goodin, Harold Lee ,..... Goodin, Robert .......,........ Goodlett, Martha Jean ,.,...... Goss, Gail ....................,....,, Grandstaff, Mary Lou ...,... Graves, Suzanne ......... . Green, Marion ..,...... Green, Ted ,..,,...... Gregg, Grider, Frances .....,....,.., Griffith, Betty Anne ......... Griffith, john Gerald .,,.l.r..... Griffith, Naomi Ruth ,,,,...,.. Griffith, William Herbertw, Grigshy, Paul LeRoy ..,.,,,..... Grigshy, Walter Ellsworth.. Mary ...,.,.,,,,,.. Grimm, Mary .,,,,,,,.,,,... , .,,,,.., , Grove, Edna Mae .........,...... Grove, Janice ..,...,.,,,,.. Grove, Richard ..,.,,.,. Groves, Annamae .,,...., Guthrie, Shirley ....,,,,.. Gutridge, Donald ,...,.,.... Gutridge, joe William ...,.. 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A .Q "" -Yfgffy v . - f 4 ,L , -' Um New effcame 42 South First Street Newark, Ohio Page One Hundred Seventy-Two I laas, Jean FI'illlL't"S,.. .....,,. ll 62, 103, 1115, 150, 151 so Hackney, Dwight .........,, ..........,...-.....-.....,-..-..A...-- llaga, Howard 1................... ,..- -----.- 6 2 ilagans, Ilarriet Ellen .......1 A.f..-. 6 2 Hague, Grace Darlene ,........ Hague, Robert B ............... 76 llaincs, Nancy 1.....,A......... A--.,.- ilalblaud, Verna ...... .Y--..-.-. 6 3 Iialbrooks, Patty ...... .f.............v......, G 8 Ilale, jack R. ,,......... .....1..................... 1 9, 109 Hale, Mary Ann ....,.1,,.. ,,.,.....,,,....,.,., 6 2, 150, 151 Haley, Carole Louise ,...., ..,.,.......,............ 6 2, 150, 151 Hall, Marjorie Ann 1..... ...1,.. 5 1, 50, 92, 99, 129, 33 Hall, Mary Ann ....,,.. ...,,.,.,...,..................A....... 8 0 llall, Nancy Lee ..1.... .... .........,.. 8 5 , 33 II1111, Richard ...,..,.,,...,., ................... .72 Hamilton, Rhoda ..,..,,........,... ...,................... Hammond, Esta Rose ,.....,,....... 108, as Our Crmgratulatiions and Best vvfshes to THE CLASS OF 1947 llaininond, James Edward .,,.1, ..................,A 3 4 llampshirc, Barbara Jean ,.... ..............,, llancl, janicc Lou ,,,,.....,,,... .,,...., 5 0, 118 Hand, VVillia1n ...,....,,.,..,,. ......, 8 5, 94 Handel, Larry Lester ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,.. G 2, 140 Handley, Charles ..,.,,,,,..,..,,,.. ,,,...... 5 6, 34 ' Handley, Virginia .,,,,,.,.,,1,,,,,,., ,.,1......,,...,, 6 2 llannahs, Rodney Edward .,,,,,. ..,,..,, 5 0, 138 llannahs, Wilma ,......,....,...,...........,1..,...,....,..,,,.,,,.,,.,.Y llanncrs, Nlarv Ellen ,,,,,,,,,1,1,,,....,.,,,.....,,,.....,,,,...,,...... 62 llanshuc, Luther ,..,,.......,, 7, 17, 85, 130, 132, 138, 129 llarbit, Keith Bond .,,,.............,.,.............,.....,,,....,,,,1... 62 Harding, john Edward ,...,.1.,,..,,....,,...,.,,,..................., 62 - , , 3, , 3 , L Hare, Martha Ann ,,...,,,,,,... ....,..,.............,...,...,1..,., 5 6 Edht I ark lldce llarlow, Paul ,,,,,,,,.,,,........ ....,.. 7 , 17, 85, 132, 140 Harman, Charlotte ............ ...,....,,,..,...,,.............. 1 8 Ilarnian, Mildred Iune ......... .,,... ................ 3 4 Ilarman, Rosalie ,,..,,,,..,..... ,...,..........,.,..,.,....,, 5 6 llarpcr, Donna ,,,,...... .......,. 5 G, 92, 150, 151 Ilarris, Anna Lo11 ,,,.. ,.,.......,.,...,.,...,,,.... 8 0 Harris, Chloe ,,....,., .. . ..,..,, 56 THE NEWARK TELEPHONE CCMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a great convenience, the best approach to employment . . . Indispensable to success in business . Page One Hundred Seventy-Three Compliments to the Class of T947 The NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION E. A. Bryan Motor Co. Spohn 81 Morin, Inc. Curran Motor Co. Phalen 8: Cunningham Co. Newark Motor Sales Co. Frank L. Elliott Motors, IHC. Cihhs Motor Sales Ray Merchant Motors F. M. Rugg Motor Sales Siegle Motor Sales Thompson Motor Sales Walker 81 Battat Motors Park Motor Sales, Inc. O Hundred Seventy F Harris, Harry .......,.....,,. Harris, Helen Clara .,,..... .-,,,.-,,-,,,.----,, V ,..-,, .----.,,A 6 2 llarrig, Ivlongl Rose ,,A,,,,, ,,.... 5 U, 107, 112, 115, 34 Harris, Robert ....,.......Y..... ,,---.V,,-----,,,.A----AA,-,---AA.- 8 0 Hart, jack Armstrong A..,...., Hartman, Richard H ..,,... Hartsougli, jauics .....V.......-. Hauman, Margaret Ann ..,,, Hawke, Mildred H ......,,... Hay, VValter Edward ..,.,... lluycook, Bonnie Loun, Hayes, Frederick ..,.... Hayes, Richard ,,,,....r Haymen, Florence ..... Haynes, Eugene ..,.... Headly, Letlia .,...,,.....,,, Heatwole, Donald .....,,. Heckelman, E. H ..,,... Heckman, Ann .,,,.... Heckman, Lee ........... Helman, Roland ...,.,... Helmick, Helen .,,,....i Helplirey, james ....,.... Helser, Grace ,....,,.,,..,,,.,..... Helser, Mildred .,,,,...,,,,,,....,,w, Heminger, Warren Dean ,,.,.... Henderson, Paul ................,..,,. Henderson, Ralph Eugene ,,..,, Hendren, Gloria Maud .....,,,,, .,.,,....80 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1947 ......,.,80 E L L I OTT'S HARDWARE STORE Mullins, 150, 84 79 1:11125 56 16 West Main Street 111:62 76 Henry, Anna Lou ,,,..,..,,.,...... Henry William Howard .,,,,,.. Henry, VVilson ..,..,.....,,,....... ......,.. Henson, Maurice ........,,,.....,.............,,..,.,,,,,,,,...,,,......A. 34 Henson, Peter ...,.....,.,...... .....,...............,.,,........,......... 6 2 Henzy, Amy Louise ,,,, 2, 56, 92, 98, 114, 150, 153, 151 Hepswortli, Leslie .,,.,,..,,,,.,.. , .,..,,,....,,.,....................... 34 Hepswortli, Robert Douglas ,,,.,......,.... 23, 131, 138, Hess, James .............,....,,........ ...,,.....,,,,.............. Hess, Joyce Ann .,.,....i,,,.......... Hickman, Delbert Franklin .... Hickman, Harold Vernon ........ Hickman, June Ileen ,,,,,,......,, 34 80 34 34 Compliments of H. HEISEY 81 CO. Page One Hundred Seventy-Five WHITE'S STUDIO 50 A Good Photogroph is with you olwoys Phone 4465 For Appointment Hill, Robert D .,,..,,,A.., Hill, Ruth Evelyn ....,A...., Hillbrant, Jane .........A....,...,. Hines, Calvert Milton ...,,... Hines, Jean .,,...,...4. ........----,- Hinger, Carl E .......V..........,.... llitchcock, Bennie Clay ....,... Hitchcock, Billy ....,---A--------- ,, ,,.,,,,,.,.,.......A.,...... 56 56 35 ...,.,...125, 150, 151, Ellllilllllllllllllllli 1,.llffffffiffffes Hitchcock, Bonnie Jeanne ...,,, Hitchcock, Edward Thomas ..,,, .. Hitchcock, John .....4.-f...--,f,.v-,, Hobbs, Rodney L .,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Hobson, Brenna ....,.., Hoffer, Charles .,.,,,,, 1131, 138, 135 ,.,.,,,,80 Hogue, Larry ...,.,,,..., ,,---Y-- 7 6 Holler, Charles .....1.,,,,.. ------,- 7 2 Holley, Betty Mae ,,,,,, -4------ 6 3 Holman, Margaret ....,,, ---f---- 8 0 Holman, Mary .....,...,,.. -,------ 7 2 Holman, Mary Ann .....,,,, ,-,--Y-- 5 6 Holmes, Robert ,,....,,....,r,.,,,,.,,.. ..,A,-....,----,-- 8 2 Holmes, Ruth Evelyn .......,........... .,...............--.- 5 6 Holmok, Cwendlyn Elizabeth .....A,.. .,..-.. 5 6, 110, 118 Homman, Patricia ................,........ .........Y---.....--- 7 2 Holton, Cleo Geraldine.. r.,,,..,.. .-,,,A-.--A,...-.- 6 3 Hook, Robert H .,...,,r,,,.,. .....-,-.,.f--A--- 6 3 Hoon, Allan ,,,.,,.......,.......,.. A,.--.-.--.f--,---'---x,- 7 6 Honenberger, Jeanne Louise. Horst, Curtis Wfilliam ..,..,... House, Katharme ,....., .... ..,.. Horwitz, Carolyn Diane .,.,r,,, Hose, Donald Carl ...,,......,,,,,.. Howard, Clarissa Ann ,,,.,,,,..., ,.....,,,.,5e, 150, 151 123, 130, 138, 35 150 from featuring Neumode hosiery Spotztwear for the iiiifd 35 Howard, Donald Elwood ...,1.,,, Howard, Phyllis Jean ...,,,,, Howes, Huber, Marjorie ,...,, ,...., Ora Jeans, ..,...., es .,,..,,,63 LUZZOY all! ISS Congratulations To the Class of 1947 Wislzing them success and happiness for the future MUUND CITY CLEANERS 26 South Third Street Newark, Ohio Page One Hundred Seventy-Seven Class of 1947 Our Best VWshes For Success and Happiness P!!.!!,!!!5 'runes THE PHARIS TIRE AND RUBBER CO Newark, Ohio Huff, Ruth .,.....,,..,,,..........,.. Huffman, Relva jean ,,,. Huggins, Betty ..A......,,,.. Hughes, Evelyn., ,.A.,,,. ., Hughes, james WVilliiun Hughes, joseph Clarion Humphries, Prichard, , Hunt, Albert Edwin. ,, Hunt, jack Allen ,.,.., Hunt, Nancy ,..,....,,,,,,,,.. Hunt, Norma jean .....,.. llunt, Patty ..........,,,,.,., Hunter, Donald A .,,,,,... Huston, Clarence E ....... Huston, john .........,,,,... Hutson, Norma jean ...... Idle, Donald Frank ,,,,.... Idle, Nancy Rae ..,.,,, 70 92 ....,,..68, M70 , . 56 , , 63 , . 72 , 85, 35 , . 2148, 35 .,,,.i..72 i,......63 ,,..,...68 .....,..56 .,,,....56 .,,.,,,.68 124, 138, 148, 35 In gler, William ............ Ivers, Betty Ellen ,,,.,,,, Ivers, Max Deloss ...........,......,,, Inlow, Eleanor May ,.,,,,,.,.,,.,,.,.i. .1 jackson, Ralph William, jr ..,.., jzlcolms, june ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,....., juvolxs, Maxine ...,.. ,...,, .,,, james, Sue, ...,.,,.,,,,,,, , jllllCl11llS, YVillia1n. , jeffres, Trevu Eileen ,,,... jenkins, Kenneth Ellis ,,,. 92, 110, 150, 151 80 U'ffffffffffffffffQffffffffff35 63 ,,,,.,.,68, 70 . ,.,.....,,..,,,.,.,,,,...... . ,,,.... 63 . . ,,,.,.,..,..,,,,.,..,,..,...,,,,...,.. 57 john, john ,....,,i....,, ,........ ,,.,,,., 1 2 4, 130, 138, 129, 36 johnson Danny Bill .,.....i .,,,.,,.....,,.,.,,,,......,. 6 3, 152 johnson Douglas ,,,,.i.,,. .,,,,.,,,,,,,......,...,..i.,,..... 6 8 johnson Eugene ,,,,,,.,...., ,,....,,..,, johnson Gerald Keith .,.,.. .,.i.... johnson , johnson, johnson johnson Cordon ....,,,,....,1..,,,, Lariel William ........ Ronald ....,.,......,..,,..,. Seward Harris .....,.. 56 36 ,,.....,81 76 63 ........63 swf' rg? f' f ' L' cc When Youire In A Huwyv EARDLEY LUMBER, INC We are happy to Phone . . 3910 CONGRATULATE The Class of 1947 of Our Gro nd NEWARK H IGH For the records you have nmrle . . . for your .sclzolastic and athletic achievements . . . and for the pride you have brought to our beautiful and historic city IlilY"f 'Bl!0S. 7 1906 STEWARE. ALWARDE 1947 rm: num nl: af muon nwcx uswAnK.o l "Where Good Furniture Is Not Expensive" Page One Hundred Seventy Nine Congrortulcitions AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES, INC. 13-15 South Fourth Street Phone 2971 - 2972 Newark, Ohio Conzpletcf Parts and Machine Shop Seroicf 9 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '47 NVQ Hope You Continue on to G1'erzfe1' Tlzings A T H - A - N O R GAS---OIL---COAL THE MAY-FIEBEGER COMPANY South 21st Street -- Phone 6069 Everything Pertaining To Warm Air Heating Air Conditioning-Stokers-Insulation-Cooling Pr o Il lllglty johnson, Ted Noah ....V,,.... ..------ 5 3 johnston, Richard Park .,A..................,..........-..-....----.... 63 jones, Carole jean ,....,...,............. ,....-,-.....----....-,-A.,..---- 5 6 jones, Cornelia Ruth .... 2, 53, 57, 92, 98, 116, 150, 151 jones, Della Mae ,...............................,---....----....--,-.--- --63 jones, Donald Grove ........,.................Y......................... 93 jones, Donald William ........ ....---- 6 3 jones, Harriet Virginia ........ ........ 5 7 jones, joseph Clyde, jr ....... jones, Lawrence Paul ....... jones, Louise ................Y jones, Merrill Eugene, l,.... ........36 .,......57 Cong1'atulation.s to the C lass of 1947 jones, Robert Dale ....... .........,. 9 3 jones, Robert john .,,,.,...... ........ 5 7, 36 jones, Robert McClain ........ ...,.............. 3 6 jones, Roland W ....,.......,...., .............. 1 2, 91 jones, Thomas Richard ....,... ....l.....,,............ 3 6 jones, M. Wendell ..........,........ ......... 1 7, 101,113 C I T Y N E Kaercher, Gloria Sue .............,, ....... 1 50, 151, 36 Kaerchcr, joAnn ....... ........,.....,..,,.. 57 36 Steps off the Squaw: Kaerchvr, Rohm-rt ,,,,.... ....,,,,,,....,.., i i8 Kaiser, Norma Maxine, ..,...... 121, 36 1 , , Kan, Betty Eilcc11,,,',,, ..,,,,,,,....,oo..... 57 47 hast Main btroct Kane, Richard l,l.....,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,..,.....,,,l..,......... 8 5, 94 Kane, Robert Earl .,,..,,,.........,,,.........,.,,..... 63, 138, 140 Kappes, Marjorie Ann .,,...,...,,.,,..........,.,.,,.,,..,,,..,......,. 36 Kasson, Emajean Estella ,,,,..., 23, 51, 119, 150, 151, 36 Keckley, Rita jo ........,,,,.........,,..,......................,........... 57 Kcersen, Anahel ,,,,....,... ..,,,,.....,,,.,.,,,,,.....,,,,,,....... 6 8 , , Kefauver, joann ,..,..,.,, ....,,,, 2 3, 97, 126, 36 Mklgilzlllesa PHPGYS, Clgarsv Keinath, jerry ......,..r,,,.r .,,.....,......,.....,...,...,, 3 6 Keinath, joyee Eileen .,,,,.. ....... 6 3, 126, 150, 151 Cjgzu-Qttgs Keller, Paul ..................... ....,,,............,,,......... Kelley, Marjorie ........,l.,,. .....r.r 6 , 57, 150, 151 Kibler, Mary Louise ,.,,,,, ..,,,..... 1 20, 121, 37 Kidd, Betty jane ,.......... ...................,.... Kiger, George Robert ..,..., ......,. 5 7 ,ga f A -. fiyilwl 215:16 iill ' ' B i ' 5753 Gi' H y :.,f5If31 ' tl "3-J E 1 V, A f wi ' 2 , 1 12 o ld- S v I Jessi .qEjv1i1.l2YcoMPANY E jj'-' 1.:4 fT T ' 'H , a s sassin I ii if 3 7 iQ , - -ML' w a s J ix. on '- : --.- 1 3551 ij .1 ww . . 4 - ' , : , . Q f ,W K, fx. i7:1l"j:,-11l'--:x- 'LA' u: z ' A 'mf ' M ri' Ysxslffs-2' - M-: 5 7 if ff, Page One Hundred Eighty-One Congratulations to Class of 1947 BORDEN'S Dairy and Ice Cream Company Corner Walnut and Third PHONE 4054 Congratulations To the Class of I947 Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. A Nationwide Institution Everything to Wear QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR LESS dred Eighty T Kiger, NVilbert Hursey ,.,...,.. Killinger, Sue .................... ......... 7 6 Kilpatrick, Shirley .,....... ......... 7 2 Kincaid, john Clarence ..................i.....,...................... 63 King, Alict ',.,. .,...........A...............................,A,............,.., 7 2 King, Kenneth ...................... 94, 124, 131, 138, 129 King, Leroy Welch ,,,,..,..........,........Y.....................,.., U57 King, Robert F .......... ............Ai.............................. 3 7 Kingery, Gordon R. ...,,......,,... ....,, 2 , 6, 11, 13, 98 Kinneer, Ruby Lou .,..............,, .,V..,................... 5 7 Kinney, Clarence Raymond ......... ........, Kinney, Donald Dwight ,......,... ......... 6 3 Kinney, George VVillian1 ........ ......... 3 7 Kinney, Robert ....,..,....,...... Gene .................... Kinsey, Kirk, Robert .............,. Knox, William ..............,.,.. ...,,,.. ......57, .........31 74 76 139, 147, 12.9 99, 102, 110, Kouian, Patricia Ann .......,............ 23, 51, 119, 150, 151, 37 Korninan, Christine Ruth ..........,..,...,.................. 63, 122 Korb, Betty Lou .,..............,......,,,..,,......,,............ 61, 150 Koveleski, Carol Kathryn ...,......., 50, 106, II5, 125, 37 Kovreg, Cizella Ethel .......... ,............ 9 12, 150, 151, 37 Kreager, Bryan .........,.,,..... .......................,....,..... 9 4 Kreider, james Henry ...... ............... 3 7 Kreig, Sarah S .,........,,..,... .i.... 1 8, 116 Kuppinger, Shirley Irene.. ............ 37 Kurtshalz, jeanne .........,. .,.... ......... 5 7 Kviutus, jo Aim Marie .............. ......... 6 3 L Lacy, Rev. john V ...,................. ...,.1,.. 9 l Lake, Virgil Edwin ......, ....... ...... L . W-. 3 Lally, Nancy ........,,.,, ...,.....1..... 3 1 Lally, Richard ............, ...... 5 7, 138 Lambert, Betty jo ......... 37 Lammers, Esther ........... H ....,............................. 57 Lainpton, Robert ....,....,.... .........,......,..,......,......,....... 7 0 Lamson, Shirley Ann .....,.. ......,,. 6 3, 66, 122, 150, 151 Lane, Annabel .....,,....,,,. ......,.........,,,,........,......,.. 6 3 Lane, Harold B ........... ................,,......,......,.. 6 3 Lane, Norma .............. ......... 6 3 Lane, XVillis Clyde ......, .................. 3 7 Larason, Patsy ,,,.,.............., .,,,........,......... 7 7 Larimore, John Parker ....,...... ........ 5 3, 63, 140 Laughery, David Barclay ......, ...........Y..,.,..... Laughery, Norma Ilene ,,,.... .,................ 3 7 Laughlin, Patricia Jean ...,. ..,.............,,,.... 1 21, 37 Lavelle, Betty Marie ..... ...1.....,....Y, 6 3, 150, 151 Lavellc, Xvllliktlll ,,,..,,,, , Laviu, Helen .......... Lawrence, james .....,,,. Lawson, Kathleen, ,,,, .. Leach, James Edgai '... .,.,, Lecky, Hugh Franklin .,., Lee, Shirley ..,.,,,....,.....,.. Leslie, Elizabeth ........,,.... Leslie, Henry ..,.....,,,,.,.,,.,.... Leslie, Robert Alexander ........ Leslie, Ivory ..............,.....,.,.. Lewis, Carol ,.....,..,,,.,....,. Lewis, Dorothy ,,.,.,, Lewis, Evelyn C ....,,,,, Lewis, james ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lewis, Maurice Cent 1,,, .,,,,.,,, , Levingston, Barbara ........,...,.,.,, Levingston, Kathleen Marilyn.. Lieber, Richard Joseph ........,,,,,, Lightle, Doris Virginia ,.,,.,. Lightner, Marguerite ,..,.... Liudeinann, Claire ...,....,. Lingafelter, Alice Ann ,,... Link, Katherine ..,..,.,.,,,. Linn, Marian Frances ...... Lippincott, Richard ....,,. 23, 93, 139, 146, 38 131, 133 ...,...57, 150, 151 . ..........,,,,.... 63 78 ...,,,,57, 139, 146 78 ......,114, 118, 38 74 ......,,,..,38 ........,81 ...,.,118, 38 ,fs E BUYINC or just X N if .!, ,Ml 1 I ,- fv'e Q' 9' He '67 ' 2 W f I lfltl 1 , 'Zi LOOKING w-4 1 El is YoU'11E ALWAYS WELCOME AT TI I' I Q I Q 15,311.1-1-1-ma-Q-n-an . .- Lltvlnaag 7 .-4:1-' 1- ff- ,J 1 DEPARTMENT STORE Cmnplinzents' SUPERIUH HUT PHRT cmd MACHINE CO., INC 201-205 NVest Main Street Newark, Ohio Phones 2264 - 2269 Page One liundrtd Lights Iluet CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1947 YL Qu CHWW ' tha advncata printing company -53' if as , An I - - - Phone 4056 QUALIT1 PRINTING PAYS Litten, Keith Arlen ............... Litten, Lois Virginia Ann ........ Livingston, Richard .............. Livingston, Robert ............. Loar, Lois Joanne ..,.......... Loewendick, Joanne, ........,. .. Logsdon, Dolores Mae .......,. Lomas, Thomas Henry .,.,..... Lombardo, Mary ............... Long, A. B .................,.... Long, Terry .................... Loughman, Carrie .,........... Loughman, Gloria Jean ......... Love, Evelyn ...,v,.,..,.......... Love, James Edward ......... Lowry, Patricia Ann ,..i......... Lugar, Loren Lee ..,..,.............. .... Lugar, Mildred Elizabeth ........ .........v................... Lugenbeal, Durward ................ Lugenbeal, Robert Eugene... Luther, Kathleen Mae .............. Lyons, Imogene .....,.,............, Lynskey, Dorothy Evelyn ..... Mc McAfee, Marjorie ....................... McCann, Patricia Sue ....,,...,. McCaulskey, James ,.....,........... McCracken, Patricia Ann ...,.. McCartney, Betty Louise ..... McClain, Robert Gene .......... McCoy, Donald Butcher ..,., McCleary, J. S ...................,.. McCrear Kenneth Vernon y, ------- McCreary, Pauline ,..,..........,,..,. McCreery, John K ................. McCualsky, James .,,...........,.. McDonald, Mary Ann .......,. McDonald, Robert Eugene. McDowell, Albert ....... ............. McDowell, Ida Belle ............. McFarland, James Edward ...,..... . McGaughy, Ralph .........,...,... McGinnis, Julia Grace ,...,...... Mclnturf, Beatrice Louise... Mclnturf, Ralph ...................... McKinney, Norma Jean ....... McKnight, Mary Elizabeth. McLaughlin, Charles ............ ,. McLeish, Elizabeth Ann .......... McMannis, Carlene Jane ........ McMillen, Edwin Gene ........ McMullen, Charlotte ................ McNabb, Richard Clinton ......... """'2'4'50"'I06"A1'i?"' ........63, 122 .......57, 125 .............69 .........38 ..........63 ..,.............69 .......17, 132 9 2 1 7 63 57 38 57 63 38 38 -,...02 ...Q.f.f.fffffQQfff00 38 ..........25, 50, .......57, .......57, 66, 109 .......11, 18, 119 .........16, 120, 121 140 .......60, 63, 66, ......69 ..,....106, 38 Mc-Peek, Betty Jean ................. ....... 5 4, 57, 101 McPeek, Ross Edwin ....... ................ 6 3 McPeek, Wanda .............. .......... 7 2 MacDonagh, Thora ............... ....... 6 7 McVey, Marjorie Ruth ......... ...... 3 9 McVey, Robert ........................ ....... 6 9 M MacNealy, Joan ........................ ....... 8 1 MacNealy, Sue ........................ .............................. 6 3 MacPherson, Doris Althea .......,.................................. 63 Mackenzie, Margaret Louis.. 53, 57, 66, 92, 110, MacKenzie, William ................ Markham, Katherine Ella ..... Maidel, Robert Frederick ........ . Maier, John G ...................... Makris, John Evangelus ....... Malherbe, Charles .....,,... Malloys, Dorothy ...,..... Marple, Betty Alice ........... Marriott, Jack Clyde .,....... Mann, Patricia .............. .. 1 16, 150, 151 57 123 ..57, 139, 148, 147 150, 151 BETTY GAY Takes This Opportunity To Congratulate the Graduates and Assure You of Our Appreciation of Your Patronage scowst Complete Home Furnishers East Pork Place Page One Hundred Eighty Five Newarlcas Only Residential Studio CHILDREN'S STUDIO Phofog rcphers 15 Bowers Avenue Newark, Ohio Fern M. Children Phone 2742 Congratulations to the Class of 1947 from MIDLAND 84 AUDITORIUM THEATRES "Whle1'e Hits Are A Habitv Pa c One Hundred Eighty Sm ,1. 1. Mariani, James ...,.........,... Martin 7 Martin, Martin Martin J James Franklin... John William ,...... Martini Juanita June ........ Martin Martin 7 M ason, , Linda ................ Mason, George Edward.. Mason, Ruth Anne .......... Barbara Agnes .... Jack ...................A... Mary ..................... Frances Mae ............. Massalas, Ann ................. Masters, Duane ...,................. Masters, Durward Hilton .,,,,,,.. Mathie, Robert Charles ......... Matz, Elizabeth june ....,. Miner ..........fffffffii5Q" 74 63 81 39 ......92, 150, 151, 39 39 150, 151 ...........e5, 140 Meacham, Donald Gene.. .............................. 57 Meckley, David Wayne ,....................... 60, 63, 140, 148 Melton, Richard ............................................................ 69 Mercer, Richard Herron ........ 97, 103, 104, 105, 114, 115,39 Meriweather, Albert ......... ......................................- 8 1 Messino, Rosemarie ........ .......... 7 7 Miller, Alvin ................. .......... 7 3 Miller, Arthur F ............. ------ 1 7 Miller, Arthur LeRoy ...... ....----.- 3 9 Miller, Billy ...................... ...........-.--- 6 3 Miller, Charles David ....... .................... 3 9 Miller, Don Edward ..,..... ....................... 3 9 Miller, Gene Dale ........... ........ 5 7, 94, 138 Miller, jacqualyn Sue ...... .................... 5 7 Miller, Kentrell .............. ................ 6 9 Miller, Margaret ......... ...A------ 3 1 Miller, Stanley ................ ......--.- 3 1 Mills, William Dean ........ .......... 3 9 Shirley jean ..,....... Mitchell, Margaret Ann.. Moffitt, Ellis Samuel ........ Montgomery, Mary jane ........ Moody, James .................. Moomaw, Margaret .......... Moon, Donald ............. Moore, Anne ........... Moore, Bonnie ........, Moore, Moore, JoAnn ................ Harold ................... 39 57 57 73 69 77 73 77 63 57 81 Moore, Marcia Louise ...... .................... Moore, Ralph .................... ...................---- Moore, Wayne Frederick. ........... 57, 94, 138 Moran, Betty june .................... ............ 5 7, 150, 151 Morehouse, Constance Ann ................................ 102, 40 Morgan, Irma Lynne ................,.,......... 51, 108, 119, 40 Morgan, Louada M ...........,................................. 16, 118 Morin, Elinor Ioan ........ 92, 106, 108, 109, 119, 150, 151,40 Morrow, Beatrice Anne ........ 57, 93, 149, 150, 151, 40 Morrow, Roger Wayne ......................................-...---- 125 Moss, Betty june ............ ....................................---..-- 6 3 Mossholder, Earlene .......... .......... 9 2, 151, 40 Mossholder, Shirley ............... .......,.....-------- 1 50 Mowrey, Violet ........................ ............-------- 6 3 Murphy, Charles Edward ........ ......---- 4 0 Murphy, Ruth Ann ..........................................,....... .-.- 6 4 Myers, Betty ................................................----....---- ---, 6 9 Myers, Dorothea Anne .......... 53, 57, 92, 126, 150, 151 Myer, Florence ....,....................... 17, 92, 149, 150, 151 Myers, Glenn Orrin .............,........................................ 64 Myers, Leland Glenn ...................................,.............- 40 Myers, ' 57 127 Nadolson, Charlotte Ilene ........ Nadolson, VValter Philip ....... Nash, Gerald Eugene ..,........ Naylor, Joseph Leroy ....,., Richard Franklin .............. ........ , N ........127, 40 Compliments of T. G. ROBISON Sheet Metal 1Vork Roofing Furnaces 145 West Canal Street Congratulations 1947 Class NEWARK PLASTIC ENGINEERING CO. Designers and Builders of Quality Tools for the Plastics Moulding Industry Newark, Ohio Neal, Caryl .................... ........................-- 4 0 Neal, Margaret Rose .......... ......... 6 4, 150, 151 Neighbor, Donald ................. ................--....- 6 9 Neff, Mary Capitolia ................ ................... 5 8 Nethers, Emma Elizabeth ........ .......,........-----.- 5 8 Neuman, Richard .................. ................. 1 43, 40 Nichols, Charlotte Ellen ....... ....... 5 1, 92, 107, 40 Page One Hundred Eighty Seven Congratulations To the Class of 1947 Wishing Them Success and Happiness RIDE For the Future THE YELLOW CABS Congratulations to the Class of 1947 R. ROWLAND General Contractor Phone 4597 109 Mt. Vernon Road Page One Hundred Eighty-Eight Nichols, Io Ann ............. Nichols, Mary Lou .....,,.... Norris, Donald Eugene ........ Norris, Paul Edwards ......., North, Ethel Juanita ..,,..... Null, Richard Eugene... Null, Barbara ..................... Nusskcru, Martin Earl ,,,,..,... Nyc, llerlmert Glen ,,,,.,. ....,,, . .. O Oaklcaf, Carl Richard ............ .......69 139, 148 58, .fff77 M64 611 ...fQQfQff58 127 .......16, ........64, 148 .....81 Oakleaf, Mary Alice .,,.,......... Oakleaf, Kenneth Harold ...,.. Oakley, Ernest ....,............,.,,. Oatman, Harold .,,,............ Oder, Lewis ..,...........,........... Oder, Richard Don ................ Offenbaker, George Walter... Olpp, Doris M ....................... Oreovac, Veronica ................ Orr, Helen Charlene ......... Orr, Iohn ........................... Orr, Phyliss .......................... Otterman, Nancy Ann ..,.......,.............. Overstreet, Elsie Geraldine... Oxley, Virginia Lee i............... P Padar, Richard Louis ............ Page, Billie jean ................... Pakleaf, Marv Alice ......... Palm, john Eldon .......... Palm, Rita .................. Palmer, john ................. Palmer, Richard ................. Pancaw, Nancy Adams ........ Parker, Parker, Marilyn ................. Patricia Jean ............ Parkinson, Joe ........................ Parlett, Charlotte Nadine ....... Parmalee, Anna Mae ............ Parmalee, Patricia ............. Parish, Patrick, Patrick, Patten, Patton, Patton, Patton, Peffers, Peffers, Donna ...................... Patricia Marilyn ........ Robert Bernard ....... William ................. Joan E ........... . Gordon ................. Loueda W ............... Charles Lee ................ Russells Eugene ......... .......e4, 150, 151 2, 117, 150, 9 151 .....58, ........1l8, 40 .......77 .......64, 150, 151 150, 151 148 .......58, 85, 94, Pemberton, Frances ................ Pemberton, Hazel Josephine ........ Penick, Edwin Leslie .............. .......18, 85, 114 148 66 140 .....,.64, , Penick, Georgann ..................... .......................... 7 7, 78 Penrose, Bruce Berry ......... .. ................................. 58 Pepper, Donald ............................ 53, 64, 111, 112, 152 Percoco, Eleanor Mary ........ ..................................... 4 1 Perdue, Tune Esther .......... .......................... 5 8, 92 Perdue, Robert ............1...... ................................. 8 5 Perdue, Virginia Grace ......... ....1.1. 6 4, 126, 150, 151 Perry, Charles Gay ........... .............................. 6 4 Perry, Raymond ................. ........................... 6 4 Peterson, Clvde William ....... ....... 5 8, 93 Pethtel, Ruth Ann ............. ..... . .. .......... .64 Petrey, Shirley Anne ......... .................... ' ....... Pettit, Rita Lou ................. .............................. 6 4 Pteffer, Kathryn Ioan ........... ...1... 5 8, 92, 97, 150 Pharis, Maxine ........................ ........................... 8 1 Phillips, Desso Wilbur, Ir ............................. 58, 66, 93 Phillips, Evelyn May ..............................,..................... 58 Phillips, Patricia Lou ............ 58, 92, 110, 117, 150, 151 Phillips, William Walker ............................................ 41 Pickering, Charles ................... ........ ............. ........ 7 3 Pickering. Charlotte Jean ...... ................. 6 4 Pierce, Charles Edward ......... .................... 4 1 Pierce, Tames Edwin ............ ....................... 4 1 Pierce, Mvron B .................... ....... 1 7, 111, 112 Pigman, Donald Evert .......... .................... 5 8 Pinkerton. Carolvn Louise .......... ........ 1 20, 41 Pines, Rollie Ellsworth ........1.. Piave, loan ........... ................ Coirzplfnwizls of McCc:1ment Bounds 81 Von Wey Funeral Home Phone 2081 Spalding Form Center, Inc. 600 West Church Street NEWARK, 01110 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Farm Machines and Genuine Parts Page One llundred Eighty-Nine Roberts Grocery C 0ll2Ql'lll"IIllllf3S The Class of 1947 Complirmfnls nf PO U N D'S FLOWER SHOP 93 Maholm Street Phone 2516 Cedar and EVCTCU Avenue - Phone 5013 Say It With Flowers Compliments of FLORISTS lVe Grow Om' Own Flowers St re Phone 3171 12 E. Church Street Creenhouse Phone 5028 286 N. Cedar St. Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association GREEN BAY FUR co. Phone 2242 AIRESMAN'S 56 West Main Street Electrical Appliances For tlze Home Congratulations to Class of 1947 Horpstera Doughert Hardware and Implements Phone 6000 Y TEDO'S Appliances - For Your Home - For Your Car Compliments of LOOS COAL AND JUNK COMPANY Rear 134 East Locust Street Telephone 6442 Page One Hundred Ninety Place, Wanda Lou A...,,,, Plaine, joan Ruth ,,..,....,. Poling, Huth Evelyn ,,,.... Pollock, Earl ....,,,....,.,,, Porter, Glen Kenton ...,... Porter, l'm nsey, ,luck Edward ,,..,., Nellie' ,,,,...,. Y,... V Post, Burlmru Ann, Post, Donsel liee .,....,.,,,,. Post, lioliert Thoinpson. Post, Shirley Louise ........ Potts, Pound, William ................. Charlene Alice ...,... Pound, Charles ............... Pound, Gerald Eugene ....,.. Pound, Harold Wright ......, Pound, june Marguerite ........ Pound, Robert Lee ........, Powell, Awanna Lou .........,. Powell, ,lane Made-lyn ......... Powell, Phylis Emily .....,. Price, Betty ,,,,.........,.,., Price, Helen ....,,,,...... Price, Ruth ................. Priest, Norma jean ,,,... Pritchett, Phyllis Ann ....., .....,. Prouty, Rena, ,...,...,,,.,. . Provin, Terry Leon ..,.,,i,, Pryor, Edwin Gilchrist., Purdy, Clarence .,,........,., Purks, Charles Xlfilliam.. Q Queen, VVaync Franklin ..,..i................ 58, 94, 131, 138 R Radcliffe, Gerald David Radcliffe, Phyllis Adele llzldu, Connie Rachael ..,. liaison, james Frederick ........58 .,,,,.,,4l r' r' 41 77 ...,.,,,l.nIl, l.1l,4l 58 ,,...,,,.64, 150 64 69 41 41 42 ........58 .......,87 .......,64 ........64 150 58 U51, 23, 1:29, 42 93 .,., ,,.,64 .Walesa ........42 .....,..58 ........64 Our Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 'S47v THE FARMHOUSE RESTAURANT Hanover Road Phone 41442 VA N IT Y BEAUTY SHCDP 2335 South Park Place All Types of Beauty Culture Phone 6157 Bicycle Supplies Sporting Goods Guns, Amfmunition Ftislzing Tackle Mmlels A N D E R50 N 'S SERVICE STORE 11 North Fourth St. Opposite Fire Dept. Page One Hundred Ninety-One Cforlzplifizwzls- of CRISS BROS. Congmtiulations to the CLASS OF 1947 JEAN FROCKS, Inc Conzyiliments of DRUMMONDS SANDWICH SHOP Fountain Service -- Good Foorl Southeast Corner Square Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1947 Ohio Shoe Repoir North Fourth Visit Our Fountain KREAGER 84 TOOTHMAN Drug Store When in Need of the Best In PAINTS AND WALL PAPER see HORNER'S 7 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Phmw 4347 iflimw 3524 so W. ohm-Ch street "Everything in Miisiev Holton Band Instruments Pianos Records Sheet Music and Accessories DCJWLING Music sToRE Compliments of PLAINE'S VICTOR A. PLAINE, Prop. Everything in Menis Wear Established 1898 8 South Second Street Newark, Ohio 31 A ra 1, rc IC e Phone 2996 2 Iiunrirr-rl Ninety-Two Ralston, Dale ....,......,,.... Ramey, Robert .....,.....,...... Rambo, jerry Richard .,...,,.. Randles, Frances ....,..,. Randle-s, Coldie Mac -,.,. , Reber, john ,.,.....,,...,.,,,, .V Rector, l.awl'ord Rlaim-.,, Redd, Virgil Richard ,,,,.... Redman, Edwin ..,.......... Redman, Joanne ,...,..,.,..,, Redman, Charles Lee ......... Redman, Emma Lou .,....., Redman, Joyce Ann ........ ..,...,.64, 140 ,,,,...64 ,, .... 94 1 ,A,,. 42 .,.,,...65J ..,.....73 .,......42 ...,....58 77 Reece, Lewis ...,,,...............,, ................. Reed, Parker Edgar ................ ........ 6 4, 111 Rehbeclc, William Louis ....,,... .............. 5 8 Reid, James Edward ,,....,..,, ..,........ 6 4 Reid, Mae Ioann .,............ ........ 4 2 Reid, Mary Lou ....,.,... ....... 8 1 Reid, Robert .............,,,... ........... 8 1 Reid, Russell ..............,....., ....... 7 3, 74 Reinbeau, Lloyd Leroy ,...... ........... 5 8 Reinhard, Al Richard .,........... ........ 4 2 Renard, Charles Robert ..,,,.... ...,.,.. 4 2 Rennecker, Marjorie Jean ,.......,.,...,............................. 64 Renner, Helen ................,,,,.........,..........,.................,,.. 78 Replogle, M arion C ..A......,,...........,,......,...................... 58 Retherford, Richard Eugene..53, 58, 66, 139, 146, 129 64 Reynard, Robert Stanley .......,........,....,,,....,.,,.....,.,.... Reusser, Iames Roger ,..,.,,. 50, 103, 104, 106, 110, 42 Rhodes, Cecil ,..,,........,,,,.,,,........,,.....................,.......,... Rhodes, Lloyd Howard ....,,.. .... . .. . .,....... ...58 Rice, Alice Eileen ,,,,,..,,,,, .........,.... 6 4 Rice, Ianet ....,,.,.........,,..... ............,.... 6 9 Rice, Patricia Anne ......... .,...... 5 8, 114 Rice, Patsv Ilene .,...,,,.,..., .,,,....,..... 5 8 Richards, Billie Iean ........... ........... Richards, Frances Evelyn ....... ........ 5 8 Richards, Hallie Elenore ....... ,,.....,... 6 4 Richards, Iean .....,...........,... ...... 6 4, 66 Richards, Iune ....,.......,..... ,........,. 7 3 Richards, Wilma Helen .... ........ 5 8 Richardson, Earl .............. ........ 6 4 Richardson, Harold ................. ........ 7 7 Rickles, Thomas Clayton ....... ....... 5 8 Ridenbaugh, Lena Iuanita i....... ........ 6 4 Ridenbaugh, Eugene .....ii..,..... ..,.............,..........,... 7 7 Riley, Carlos ....,,,..,....,........ ..................,............... 8 7 Riley, James Paul .i..... ........ 8 5, 94, 131, 188, 42 Rine, Bonnie Mae ,......,. .............,.....,..... 5 8, 118 Rine, Gerald ,,,,..,,..,.,,. ....,................... 8 1 Rine, Inez .....,....,,,,,,i....l. ............. 6 9 Rine, Phyllis ,i,.,,,..,....,..... ,....................,.......,.,.. 6 9 Ritchey, Alice Marie ....,,,, ,.,.,.....,.. 5 8, 92, 150, 151 Rittenhouse, Carl .....,,,. .....,A...,.......,,,....,.i,.........,.. 7 3 Rivitz, Suzanne ...,....., ....,,,, 5 8, 92, 109, 150, 151 Rivitz, Sandra ..,,.... ...,,,,....,........,...,.,.....,.,,. 8 2 Roach, Delores ,....,r. Roberts, Alva ....,,,,....., ,.,....,. 1 7, 127 Roberts, Conrad ,,,,....,,,,....,,,.....,,,,.....,,,....,,,,......,,........ Roberts, Coralie Faye .........,,.,.....r....................... 100, 42 Roberts, Donald Merle .....,,, 7, 58, 103, 105, 107, 115 Roberts, Electa Mae .,,,,,...........,A......,A,......,.,..,.,,....,,.., 77 Roberts, lohn Frederick .................... 2, 50, 98, 124, 43 Roberts, Kenneth Harris ,,,..... .,.,,......,,.....,,, 6 4, 138 Roberts, Mary Jean ..,..,.... .................,......,,. Robertson, Mamie Helen r,,,,... ......, 1 02, 150, 43 Robinson, Donna Iean ..., Robinson, Edgar Lee ..,..,,., Robinson, Evelyn Mae ,...... Robinson, Mary Ann .,..i... Rodgers, Rodgers, Grace Karen ......... Minerva Fontell ,,..,.. .....,i.58 ....,,.58 ..,..,..64 Rogers, Doris Alice .....,....... ..,,,........, 4 3 Roike, Daniel .....,.... ,....... 6 4, 138 Roley, Beverly ......., ,,,,..,.,,,,.. 7 7 Roof, David ...,..... ,,.,,.,,,., 7 7 Roof, Eileen ........r .,.,,,,.64 Compliments To the Class' of 1947 THE PLAZA Best Wit-hes to All Compliments of "THE 400 SHOPPE" Congratulations To the Class of 1947 GUTLIPH cmd HENDERSON Service Compliments of RICHARDSON GLASS SERVICE Everything in Glass Page One Hundred Ninety-Three FlJHNTl'Tl'l.J H H RT TCS STOV TCS MSAM ALBANQQ 57-59 VVest Main Street For Qualify Dry Cleaning and Pl'z'.s'.si1ag S1'ravi1'4' CAITIQ QTIO CALLANDER CLEANING co. Fourth and Church A. P. HESS DONEFF'S CCMPANY Home Bakery FORD TRACTORS IMPLEMENTS cmd Food Market Sfllw' H1111 Serviff -'15 South Second Sm-et Newark. Ohio Newark, Ohio C01'flPlimC'nf-S' Compliments Of of W. T. GRANT CO. Albyn Nursery Shop THE SMITH Clornpgtments I NG HOUSEHOLDER COMPANY "The Place of Greater Carev Newark, Ohio Phone 2758 Pfmge O II dred N ety Fur F. W. Rose, William .....,............ ..................................... 7 7 Rossel, William Harry ,,,,,.l......... 93, 130, 138, 139, 43 Rowe, Joanne Inez ..........,. ..,.,.,....,,.,.............,..,.. 6 4 Rusic, Anna ,,,,..,,,,,,.,..,...... .,.. ,,,,,,. 6 4 , 122, 150, 151 Russell, Carol -lt'1lll .................,.. ...,.,..,1,,........1.,,....,, 5 8 Russell, NVay11e Clliarles ....,.,.........., ...,,,,.,. v.,,,,,,,, f i 4 Rudolph, l1ilNVl't'llCl' Rdxvard .,.,,,,, ,...... 1 i4 Ruton, Bl-'I'll1ll'Ll 'iSo11l1y "..., . ,,,,.....,,.., 64 Ruton, ,lamina-s Richard .....,,,,,, Ryan, Edward Wiunelt .,,.,,, Ryan, liichard Wright ,,,....,,, S Sands, Alice Louise ........,... . Saporito, Rosalie ........,.,....... Satterfield, Jerry .......,.,,.,.,,..... Satterfield, Linda Lucille .,..... Schaller, Donald ......,............ Schaller, jack Albert ....,.., Schaller, Mary ....,...........,..... Schenk, Carl Albert .......,....... Schenk, Charles Frederick ..... Schenk, Richard Michael ...,,,,,,... 93, Schick, Ray .....,..................,,, Schlossler, Bonnie Lee ....,... Schmitt, Harold Glenn ....,,,. Schmitt, Harry .....,.,........l..,.,.,,.,.,..,.,, Schmutzler, Molly Ann ,,l,,,,.,,,,.,. Schonhar, Carol jean ,,,..... Schroats, Richard ......... Schultz, 10 Ann ....,,.... Scott Scott Scotti Scott, Scott Scott a Dolores Ann .... Gerald' Lee ........, Patricia ...,....,.,,.,..., Robert .,,,..,,................ Thomas Nelson ....,,,,.. Vernabelle ...,.......... Search, Roger ..,......,,,...,, Semi, Roger ...,....,,,,. Seiter, Richard ,........ Seniff, Richard ....,..... Sennett, Ellen Doe ....,.. Sessor, Frank.. ....,.,............ Schakleford, Don ..,,.......,..,. Shannon, Ardella Mae .......... Shannon, Irma E ........,...., Shannon, Robert ..,........, Shaw, Jack ..........,,,, Shaw, Robert ,.,,...... Sheeler, Ralph .,......, Sheets, Harold .....,... ....,..eo, 114, ers mo .......93, 64 92 85 94 58 124 . .....................,,, , 43 139, 147 139, 146, 128, 43 95, 130, 132, 138 53, 33, 97, 150, 151 73 -A-N764 .......43 77 if ' 69 43 69 58 81 82 81 .......64 .......43 ..........,...64 ........120, 43 .......35, 94 ..........44 .......69 58, 93 ........64, 66, 152 Shell, R11th ...............,,....,... Shell, Theodore .,..........,,.,....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 Sherman, Robert Eugene ....... ..,,,.,,, 5 9, 117, 148 Shibler, William ...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Shields, James .,.,.,,,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7 Shields, Susan ..1,.....,........,. ,,,,,,,, 6 5, 150 Shoemaker, Emogene .....,... . Shreve, Barbara lean ,....... Slckles, Glenn .,.,,,,1,,,.... ,,,,,,, 7 3 Siegel, judy ............,,.. ,,,,,,, 6 9 Sillin, Lawrence ,,,.... ,,,,,,, 7 3 Simmers, John ,,,,....,,,,.,..,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Simms, William ,,,,......,,....,,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Simpson, Arthur Wayne ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 66, 93 Simpson, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Simpson, Marjorie Ruth ......... ...,,,,..,,,,,,,, 6 5 Simpson, Orville, jr .....,,,,..., ,,,,,,, 6 5 Simpson, Richard .,,,,...,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 8 1 Singer, Margaret Nancy ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 9 Sissea, George .......,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 4 Sites, Eugene Washington ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Slater, John ................,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 5, 94 Sledbodnik, Donna Jean .....,..,, ,,,,.,, 6 5, 150, 151 Slocumb, Robert ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 Slotterbeck, William Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 112, 127, 44 Smith, C. P .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W13, 103 Smith, DonaldfLogan .... 23, 93, 131, 139, 146, 128, 44 Smith, Donald Melvin .,,,..,..,.1 59, 85, 98, 109, 110, 117 C0llgl'llflIlflll0I1S lo the CLASS UF 1947 BEVERLY SHOP SWOOLWORTH co. G. B. HUNTER Typewriters Royal Typewriters Service Rentals 29-31 West Church St. Phone 3338 MAUGER'S SEAFOODS Fresh Fish Year Round Oysters in Season Forty-Five Years on 4th Street Page One Hundred Ninety Five Conzplinlffnls' of HACKNEY'S MARKET FRED B. WATSON CO. 78 VVest Main Street NENVARK, OlllO Phone 6838 A jJ1JIillI'lCl'.S' A Radios Records ClUll,Lfl'llflIllllfUlIS io 'l'l1rf Clues- of N47 AN N'S RESTAURANT 34 West Main C0mplimr'ni.s Of K E L L E Y D A I R Y Fusteurizecl Dairy Procluc-ts Milk Cream Cottage Cheese 680 WVest Church Street Seors, Roebuck ond Co. 2 Friendly Stores MAIN STORE - FARM STORE 35 VVest Main St. 36 South Fourth St. Shop nt Sears IIHII Saw' Compliments of REED SHOE STORE All Shoes Fit by X-Ray Your Family Shoe Store 15 South Park Place CIo1n7Jlin1cnl.s' from Smi'rh's Food Market Meats and Groceries 7 North 21st Street BOSTON STORE A Complete Line of Ready to Weal' Ladies, and Childrenis Hats Menis and Boys, Furnishings, etc. Page One llunclrecl Ninety-Six Smith, Donald Russell ...,...., ..,............ 5 9, 94, 123 Smith, Donna Jean ..,........ ..................-..-.....-----v- 6 9 Smith, Dorinda Mae ............ .,....... 9 2, 150, 151, 44 Smith, Dwight Edward ....... ..............-,..... 1 25, 44 Smith, Esther Jean ........... ,..........-.....Y........- 6 5 Smith, F. W .....A........,... ,....---- 9 , 19 Smith, George .,............Y... ..-.-------- 1 38 Smith, llelen Elizabeth ..... ........ 1 23, 44 Smith, Jerry Thomas ......... ................. 5 5 Smith, John ................... ...............-.... 8 1 Smith, Juanita ................... ......... 1 151 Smith, Martha Eileen ........ ............---.- 4 4 Smith, Nell L .................... .............. 1 9 Smith Norma Frances .,.... Smith, Patricia ...,......,.... Smith, Paul .....,.......... Smith, R. G .............. Smith, Richard .,........ Smith, Rita Ann ...,,,.. Smith, Rosalie ........ Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Ruth Ann ....... Shirley .......... Thelma ,.....,..,........ XVilliam Gene ......,. Smitley, Margaret Lavern.. Smitley, Rosalie ...,...,......... Smitley, William .....,,........... Smueker, Giles NVilliam .... Snelling, Mary Lou ........... Snelling, Richard .............. Snow, Mildred Frances ........ Snyder, Robert ................., Soliday, Rose Marie .,,.... Sorre1l, Lorene .................. Spangler, A. C ..............,....... Spalding, John Lancaster.. Speer, Robert Lloyd ........,, Spellman, Joyce ............,....,.. Spence, Dolores ,................. Spencer, Clarence Chester ,...... . Spitzer, Bernard ..................... Springer, Doris Arlene ....,,, Springer, La Monte Vail .... St. Clair, H. C ...,. i ............. Staiger, Shirley ............. Stasel, Shirley Ann ,..,... Staugh, Mary Lou ....,.... Stebelton, Betty Marie ...... Stedman, June Joanne ........ Stedman, Richard Eugene Steele, Jane ,,,.,,,,,,....,,,.. . ....,, Steinherger, P. G .......,....... Steinberger, Robert .,,,,,,... Steinhoff, Donald Earl .,,i.. Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens Stevens , Betty Jane ,.,,...,.. , Betty Joanne ....,. , Donald Lee ..,,,.... , Robert ........,..,.. , Ruth H .......... Stewart, Carl ....,,......,,,.. Stewart, Marilyn .........,,... Stewart, Robert Wayne ..,.. Stewart, Troy Franklin ....., ......,82 ....,..,.124 .......93 ..,,,,,,,,,,.,59 .......e9, 70 .,,,,,.....65 .......44 ,,.....44 ..,.,..78 02, 111 150, 151 ...........16, 102 .,,...,....44 ....,.,.108, 125,44 45 45 77 59 77 149, 150, 151, 45 50 123, 125 ..,,..,19 .....,.73, 74 ....,..11, 16 123 Stichter, Josephine Thresa ,.,....., ,,,,..... 6 5, 150, 151 Stickle, Claude Willard .... Stickle, Dwight Leroy ,,.... Stickle, Edward Lee ......... Stickle, Ellen ...,......,,...., Stickle, Harriet ...,....., Stickle, Howard ...,......,.. Stickle, Myrtle Ellen ......... Stickle, Walter Lee .,,.,.. Still, Roy Thomas ....,,,.....,, Stockdale, Carolyn Elsie ..,. Stoeekmann, George .,,,.,.... Stokes, Colleen ....,........ Stou gh, Ruth .............. .... ,,,.. . .45 .........151 .....,.81 .......69 ,..,...65 .,,,,..65 ..,...,15, 91, 99, 101 ABBOTT'S Shoes for All the Family Fitted by X-Ray 3 South Park Place Newark, Ohio HCDLLAND FURNACE co. Heating and Air Conditioning Systems For the Home Furnaces Vacuum Cleaned GEORGE FLOWER, Branch Mgr. 44 South Second St. Phone 2976 DR. E. L. TATE OPTOMETRIST Phone 4362 31 N. Fourth Street Newark, Ohio GORNELL 24 NORTH PARK NEWARK, OHIO MENS WEAR CONGRATULATIONS To the Class of 1947 Page One Hundred Ninety Seven TV e Congratulate the Class of 1947 BRUCKER'S SERVICE STATION Fairfield Avenue and Mt. Vernon Road :Tour Neighborhood Puroil Dealerv P. SMITH SONS LUMBER co. Mule Hide Roofing Balsaun-wood and Class-Wool Insulation Curtis Mill WO1'k Blue Ribbon Paints The Graduation Gifts EDMlSTON'S BOOK STORE co. Newczrkis Exclusive Hat Shop GAGE HAT SHOP 28 VVest Main Street Newark, Ohio STAR DRY CLEANING AND TAILORINC 49 East Main Street Phone 4353 IVe Satisfy the Most PlII'lLiCllllll' Person Ownc-r4Malcon Campediuii SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive THE HUB Compliments Merrill R. Montgomery Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1947 Crystal Restaurant Page One Hunclrecl Ninety-Eight Slradley, Edward ..,..... Stradley, Grant ............ Strate, John Edwin ....,..,. Strait, Elouise Lee .,,,.... Street, Donald ,,,,.....,r Stuart, Walter ,..,.......... Sturman, Louanna ,.AA.... Stuthard, Earl ,,,,..,.... Stuthard, Shirley ....,rr Styers, Juha .................. Subora, Betty ,......,....,....,., Sullivan, Patricia Joan ..,...... Sullivan, Phillip ...........,........ Sullivan, Stanley Raymond.. Sutton, Garleen ........,,..,....... Swaim, Rev. Robert L ........ Swan, Juanita Mae ..,..,,.,, Swan, Shirley ................ Swank, John W .,...,..... Swartz, Edith Joann .....i. 19 ........73 65 ........59 ........74 ........69 ........73 .,.,..,150, 151, 45 51 1 150 19 65 ........45 65 77 Swartz, Fred ............,...... ...... Swartz, Maeile Evelyn ............. ........ Swiek, Charles ..,........,................... ..,............... T Tabler, Ruth Aliee .,,,........Y......,. ....... 1 50, 151, 46 Tanner, Donald F ......1..... ......,....,...,,. 6 5 Taft, Charles .................,..... .................. 4 6 Taylor, Dorothy ...........,....,..... .........1,,...... 8 1 Taylor, Harlan Edward .......... ....... 6 5, 103, 105 Taylor, Margaret Irene ............,..........,...,,.........,, 65, 122 Taylor, Patricia Louise ..., 51, 23, 150, 153, 151, 129, 46 Taylor, Sue Ann ........,.....,,.............,,... ......, 1 09, 151 Teagarden, David VVilliam ..,. ........,........,.,..... 5 9 T eagarden, Jean ..,.............. Teagarden, Raymond .....,,,. Terrill, Mareita Maria .......... Teuseher, Jimmy Carroll ..... Thomas, Donald ......,.......... Thomas, Frank Earl .....,,. Thomas, Shirley Ann ...,.. Thomas, Zelner, Jr ..,.,..... Thompson, Alvin Lee ......... Thompson Bonnita Ln ...,,,. Thompson Glen Harry .,.,.... Thompson Jean .,....,,.......,,,.... Thompson Maggie Martha.. Thompson, Virginia .............. Thorp, Ruth .....,....,.......... Tigner, Ruby Pearl ......... Tilton, Allan ................ Tippie, John .............. Tippie, Richard ......... Tomlinson, Joy ',..... ...... . Trimble, Betty Jean ...,... Tripp, Betty Rose .....i...... T ruex, Gerald Robert ......... T ueker, Mary Joanne .......... full, Roy ......................... Turner, Rose Marie ......... Turk, Betty Louise ......... Turk, Joan ..........,....,...,.......,. T yhurst, Margaret Lou ............,..,....... U Ulrey, Marjorie Eileen ........ 150, 151, 46 138 59, 101, 110 46 46 ....,...59 ........77 ....,...59 ......120 ...,,...59 ..,.,...65 ....,..59, 46 ........59, 65 101 .,......59 70 .51, 119, 129, 46 ........46 Unternaher, Lewis .............,.. ........ 7 3 Updike, Arline ....,..............,....... ..,..... 7 3 V Vaia, Lula .............. C .......... ....,... 6 5 Vaia, Theodore ............ ....,.. ........ 6 5 Van Atta, Ronald ........,.,............................................. 73 VanderHoven, Mona Jean ...........,.....................,........ 65 Van Fleet, Barbara Ruth ...,,. 59, 66, 97, 117, 126, 150 151, 129 Compliments Of The FAIRFIELD SHOPPE lee Cream, Confeetions, Sandwiches 62 Fairfield Avenue ' Phone 6510 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1947 WiIson's Confectionery 220 Granville Street Phone 4487 Meet Your Friends at TVilson,s Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1947 THE MCDONNELL SHOE STORE Quality Shoes Congratulations To the Class of 1947 and Best Wishes for Future Happiness and Success The GIFT BOX 23 Arcade Thelma Tinnen Crossland Page One, Hundred Ninety-Nine STAR MARKETS N ewark, Ohio D I X I E COAL YARD Coal for Any Heating fob 41 Stanberry Street Phone 6020 Congratulations to the Graduating Class C8tBNEWS C'0lIlfIl1:'IIlG'HtS From Your HCA Radio Dealer MCKIM SUPPLY CO. Phone 3326 Drink . . . W . . . In Bottles COCA-CGLA BOTTLINO WORKS Phou IC 5049 Newark, Ohio Sincerest Best Wisiles to the Class of 1947 I-Ti.No1lEi PufKPRcI DIAMONDS NVATCIIES JEWELRY GEORGE WELSH TIRE SHOP 29 South Fifth Street Newark, Ohio THE DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudson Avenue Takes This Opportunity To Congratulate The Graduates and Assure You of Congratulations I Our Appreciation of Your to the . . . Patronage . . . ' Class of 1947 Page T wo Hundred Van Horne, Bille Lon ...,...... ......... 4 G Van Horn, Frances Louise .... .......,A..4... 5 9 Van Horn, john Garfield ...... ........ 8 5, 94 Van Meter, Cena -...... ..... ......... 8 1 Van Meter, -loan .....,,,........ ,......., 8 2 Vann, Marlene ,.......,,,,,,.......... ...........,,,.....,..... 7 7 Van Ness, Talbott Lloyd .,..,.,,. .,.......,,,...,...,..........,. 6 5 Van Wey, Lillian Crace .....,.. ......, 5 12, 150, 151, 46 Van Winkle, Emma jean ....... ........,.. f i5, 150, 151 Varner, Eunice Ann ..,........ .......,,..,, 6 5, 150 Varner, Lloyd .,,,.....,,...... ,....i.......,..,.. 8 1 Varney, Karl .,,......,.i.,,,....,...,, ....,,,..... 7 3 Varrasso, Eugent -.,... ...,,...,..,...,.. ...,.,,.,,...,..... 6 5 Vermilion, Dolores Evelyn ...,...... .....,,,.,.i. 6 5, 151 Vermilion, Juanita Ann ,........ ......,,., 6 5 152, 46 Vermilion, Leland ,,.................... ,.,.......... 5 9, 138 Vermillion, Shirley jean ....,..,,......... .......,,l.. Von Sehriltz, Donald Forrest ..,...... ..,.....,.... 1 27, 47 W XVaddell, Norma lean ,,,,........,.. ......,. 9 2, 150 151, 47 NVaggoner, Chandler '..,,,,. ,,.......,,,..,,l......,, 8 1 XVaggoner, Margaret ,,..,... .....,,,,,,,,,....,, C 55, 150 VVagner, Mary Belle ....,.,. .,..,,. 5 9, 66 150, 151 Wagner, Roland .........,... ,,,..,....,.........,,,.. 7 7 NVaitt, Caroline George ,..., ,.....,,. 6 5, 111 XVaitt, Myra Koch ...,,,,l,,, VValdeck, Ramona .,,,...,.......,.. ..,,,..., S 12, VValdren, Dorothy Louise .,.,,.,.. .,...,,.., 1:20, 47 NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORE 25-27 South Park Place NEXVARK, OHIO Congmlululions to the CLASS OF 1947 JOHNNIES BEAUTY SHOP VValker, Carol ....,,.,,,,......... ....,.,........,l,..,.,..,... 7 7 Walker, Eleanor jean ..,.. ,.........,,,.,,....,,..,.,...,. 6 5 Walker, james Richard .....,. ......, 2 , 59, 98, 110, 117 Compliments C Of MAY B0 L D SHOE STORE 49 Hudson Avenue O 0 IAS? PARK FLAC! -- Newark - XVilson Bros. l?lll'lllS1llllgS Mallory Hats XVorsted Tex Suits COME IN Everything In Insurance and Real Estate SERVICE C. D. Rankin Art Shepard Guy Hartshorn Rankin 81 Rankin, Inc. 16 Arcade Telephone 3700 College of Commerce Sponsored by Business Men Summer' Term Opens June 9, 1947 Fall Term Opens September 8, 1947 2 Terms of 6 XVeeks Each in Beginning Typing PHONE 2092 Page Two Hundred One Diamonds . . . Wzrtclles NEWARK LAUNDRY 120 Cedar Street HAYNES BROS. Phone 5086 Established 1894 Congratulations to the I2 East Park Plase . . North CLASS OF 1947 C0'lig1'UfUlf1fi01il6' For Good Things To Eat to the CLASS or 1947 O BUSY BEE GRILL lF1'ostecl M altecl M ilk J Pies, Cakes, Rolls, Cookies and Pastries Corner Polstry Shop 45 Hudson Avenue MCMICHAEL Music sToRE Everything Musical I7 W. Church St. Crane- Krieg - Flory HARDWARE II South Park Newark, Ohic CJ. D. HOLLAR AND soNs Maytag Washers Cornbustioneer Stokers Plumbing and Heating Plumbing that Stays, Service that Pays AN INSTITUTION Devoted to the Selling of FINE FOODS For More Than Half a Century M U R P H Y ' 5 FOOD MARKET Established in 1886 Page Two Huuclrecl Two Walker, Patricia .......... -------- 9 2 Walker, Phillip ............... -------- 6 9 Walker, Roy ........................- ----------.,-----, 5 9 Walker, Virginia Ruth ....... ..................... 5 9 Wallenburg, Richard ....Y... ........,....,........-.- 7 3 Waller, Arch ......................... ---.... 5 9, 139, 147 Wanamaker, John Arlo ....... ...................,- 4 7 Warman, Catherine Joan ....... ............, 5 9, 151 Warner, Dolores ,..... ............ ......... 9 2 , 120, 47 Warnock, Harriet ..,....,.......... ..-.-.....---.-.----- 7 7 NVarHck,CHenn YVHhaHl ........ ........ 65 Warrington, Barbara ........... ........ 6 9 Warthen, Robert .............. .--.--,-.-- 7 3 Watson, Donn Frank .i...... 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Son Ohio, Kentucky and VVest Virginia Coal CHESTER GUTRIDGE, Owner 87 James Street Office Phone 3191 Res. Phone 30014 Compliments of ADA F. MYERS SHOP For Gifts - "That Arc Different and Distinctiuev 4735 North Third Street Newark, Ohio Compliments The Chas. E. Schuler Engineering Co. Newark, Ohio Compliments Of The Little Bear Store . Everything in Foods Open Evenings 770 Hudson Avenue Phone 49252 Page Two Hundred Three E V A N S' Two Drug Stores North Side Square-East Side Square 6 Registered Pharmacists To Fill Your Doctor's Prescriptions Congratulations to the Class of 1947 KENT FLOWER STORE Cut Flowers Potted Plants Floral Designing Store: 28 West Church Street Phone 6523 Bonded Members of the Telegraph Delivery Association IN ANY EVENT WIRE FLOWERS Compliments of Wilson, Sally ,................. Wince, Freda Pearl ........ Winee, John ................. Wince, Marjorie ...... Wince, Nancy ..............,..... Winee, Robert ,......,............... Winegardner, Shirley- joan ,.,... Winter, .Fred ...,...,.,............... Winter, Harriet Roberta .....,. Winter, Minnie ........,.,.....,. Wiriek, Reginald ............ VVise, Betty ................. Wise, Patricia jane .......... Wise, Rosa Luellaff: ....... Wohlheter, Fran'Bes ...,..... Wolfe, Dorothy Anne .,.,.... Wolte, Sam ..........,......... Woltjen, Nancy ..,.,......... Wolverton, Mr. ............,,,.. . Wolverton, Marthalee ........ Woodruff, Wanda .......... VV oodyard, JoAnn .,...,, Woolard, Charles .... VVoolard, George .......... Woolard, Walter ............ Wooles, Barbara Ann ......... Worley, John ........,.,,,..,,,, Worstell Phyllis Lee .......... Wright, Dorothy jean ...,.... ,nN15a .,,,,,.126 48 ...ffliif1flffff1QQfffQQfi92 97 196 150 r-'s 94 . ,,.,..... 65 I2 77 99 ...,.,...92 .........69 138, 140 150, 151 93, 139, 147 ..,...,.92, 150, 151, 48 WVright, Eloise ,..........,.... A,.......,.....,,,,....,,,... 7 3 NVright, Mary jane ..,,. ..,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,, 5 9 Wright, Robert ,....,......,........... ........ 9 3 .... Y Yarnelli, Mabel Irene .......,.,.... ......... 6 5 Yaus, Larry Lee ,.,..............,.., ,......., 6 5 Yost, Barbara ..,,.......,...... .....,,,, 7 7 Yost, Kenneth T ........,........ 1,...,,,,,,,,..,.,. 6 5 Young, Helen Louise ,..........., .,....,,, ,,.,.,,,,.... 4 8 Young, Robert Eugene ...,...,.,,, ,,,..,,,,.,,.,,,,,..,,,,,.,,, 5 9 Yount, Beverly Anne .............................,.... 65, 150, 151 Z Zeiher, Carol Elizabeth .,.......,.....,...,.. 65, 126, 150, 151 Zink, Joan ...........,.....,,,...,,,,,, ,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,..,.,,,,,...,,,, 6 9 QUALITY AUTO PA RTS Autographs fllelen L. Anderson, Owner? NP, lolabers of Replacements Parts X fs! For All Cars 6- ' SL 109 Wes: Main su-C01 ff C , - A k oi' " E 6? M ' Newar , no ILL CZ! dh, K J X 1 ,! J Congratulations to the Class of 1947 Compliments Dovns Doury Store 141. 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