Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

 - Class of 1951

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Alan Varner William XNall4 c 1 ary Vl nllrecl AU5lrn IIS Brw Ann Duplu 'Vllrlarn Firnwcr Ronald He-lmaw PHOTOGRAPHERS .'Jal'e" .'."le, Paul Snw 'r Al ilk JV--fn Al2TlST Sharon flarnflr TYPlST T I PATRON STAFF Bo wwe- Fsslwluamgl n lu mlyr Hal lwcof Clurlene Messlck Slwarow lmfwrwer arg o N BUSINESS STAFF Robert Worm Karl Gelm l Mo VP O off r e- Da s Pa er arc L Rlc arog Nac ng Camo Devel Robe Vance Robe-ns r ma flwr Qflne- l Assnsr in B lnns Ly 1 JC JoAnn Mar una e al T 1 C 9' Ge: alilune Fra 1lcs Rosy wf All Qoralnllnf.: Fld!'l'4S Xl ' Cy l la Halas Plwyl Q I fl Mf fl 'C 1 ,R in C . , l ' c ' 3 A C r , Q Q yr N Nh fl l lllafns ' , fel C ' Us ' Q Ma' ag ' lVl'Ql,A OF u, Llnoa O S VV nnlu Aoiin D r fm IV l ef May' JC vt lllano' Joan Racle' Gefalowe Ffa"-- Ma 'ev Re :Pla M " alia Pew ' ,Sf 4 rr so' Plmll s Bfa gn Co P narifscif V fgm A W il :ww C l Refzmav lone Z 'wsnwewer li 1 r' 'i Marllyr' Nlirlxli 5 ns T, -Je Do' l C To Vi gl Evans Sa' :ire Wlle, . lo' , Q Tlmrfli Jttewazd ts wrt? q f ys 1 gre ma forrtmg as It does the mmds artc ecttors ot mam IU suit sort that whatsoever they see dome IH how om t tarqer stage Sha N Th' tux 0 Ola ts Q at tter, V ' . eff ' t J ' . t ' i 5 ta tl e stage, ttnew wt!! presently be doing lt: eamest tm the world, vw-.ich lg but a Qehcadan The Revenlle Annual staff of 1951 as happy to dedlcate thus years book to Mlss Paulnne McCreary Mnss McCreary a teacher un the language department of Newark Hugh School has been a member of the faculty since 1939 Her qunck smule and pleasing personaluty have won for her a warm spot In hearts of the entire student body Seven P T A OFFICERS S ted Mrs Charles A Gray secretary . . . t Standinge-Mrs. Burky Cochlan, treasurorg Mrs. Andy Kiger, first vice-presiclentg Mr. Frew C. Boyd, ' - ' p , ' , i . rl I I I . Eight second yrce presrdent Mrs Edwm Hughes Pres The Hugh School Parent Teacher Assocuatuon thus year has 327 mem bers Meetrngs are held the thurd Thurs December February and Aprrl The chret OOISCTIVGS of the Assoctatnon are to promote ID every way the best Interests ot the school and to brtng parents and teachers to gether tor a better understandung and day nrt October dent solutuon of the problems of hugh school students The outstandung meetnng thus year was probably the October rneettng when back to school night was held tor parents Nearly tlve hundred parents returned to school to follow an ab brevlated schedule ot theur son or daughter 44 ' A g if fv' 9553 ' , mf., :fy 5,523 ' " :iq '9 3 Mu I I I I , Q ll 4 A 4 376 NA X.- S,. 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THELMA HOLCOMBE Clerk SUPERINTENDENT PAUL B EDWARDS BS Ohio State Unvvefsvty MA Oh Siaf Un 1 ty Th " f A' wt ' g 'K 5 Ox 51 PRINCIPAL FREW C BOYD Oh r AB. Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., io Sta e U ' Afy VICE PRINCIPAL 'GR GEORGE STOECKMANN A.B., Denison University ., Northern Baptist TheoIogicaI Seminary MA., Ohio State University Biology Fifteen Sixteen ,f- MYRON PEARCE B S Ohio University Band WENDELL M JONES B S Ohio University M A Ohio State University Vocal Music BERTHA L CRILLY A B Denison University M A Ohno State University Eng lush Journalism MARY REXROTH A B Denison University English HELEN WILLIAMS AB Denison University MA Ohio State University Eng s JOAN F PATTON AB Muskingum College English Speech Dramatics Radio ALICE E KAHN B S Bowling Green University English Debate Radio GORDON R KINGERY A B Denison University M A Ohio State University Eng li h Annual PAULINE McCREARY - 'Q-fix A. B., Denison Universityg M. A., Ohio State University: Latin, French, English, 5 HELEN P. nom .' B. S., Western Reserve University: M. A., Miami University: J "' Librarian. , pg- 4' SARAH S KRIEG B Denison Umversuty M A Ohuo State Umversuty B Mus Cuncunnat: Conservatory of Music Spamsh G rman FLORENCE E BOYD B S Ohno State Umverslty M A Ohuo State Umyersuty History NEIJ. L SMITH B S Ohio Umyersnty M A Columbia Unlyernty Hnstory RALPH E RICE A B Ohuo State Umyersnty M A Ohio Slate Umyersrty Hnstory T EDWYN DICKERSON A B Demson Umversrty M A Ohno State Unevernty Cwncs Hustory JACK R HALE B S Ohio State Univ rsuty Economucs Hlstory F W SMITH B S Ohno State Unryersaty MA Ohno State Unuversnty Che'mstry Biology P G SYEINBERGER E S Denlson Umyerssty Physocs Practical Scuenc EDWARD STRADLEY B S Musknngurn College Economnc Georgraphy Mathematncs NINA KECKI.EY A B Huram College M A Umversnty of Mnchugan Mathe matld 362 "3" an Seventeen J W- X I 4' V A y A' W I . , Z V -I 1 4 . , 7 ,, VV I . ar., f ly . VV . . . 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University of Karsas: Home Economics. HAROLD OATMAN mth Hughes Vocational Machine Shop ROBERT DESGRANGE Shop Mathematics Shop Science Blue Print Reading Shop Management CHARLES A ECKERT B S Ohio State University MA Ohio State University Supervision of Industrial Arts Printing ROBERT CASH B S Indiana State Teachers College Automatives and Air craft M chanics Drivers Education DONALD E JENKS B A Ohio State University Industrial Arts Drafting Photog raphy A B LONG FLORENCE MYER B S Michigan Stale Normal College M A Columbia Um versity Physical Education A Dnuson nlversity Phy5iCalEduCahOr1 Baseball PAUL HARLOW A B Oho Wesleyan University English Track Athletic Director MAXWELL K. DOUGLAS B.A., Denison University: Biology, Basketball. MARY E. BARNES Clerk RAY SCHICK A. B., Otterbein College: History, Football. IETTY JANE ANTRITT Secretary to Principal, Nineteen 3 TRUE LAST AGT ix X XXV! Qwfff Xwlf l What us a man If hrs chuef good and market of hrs trme Be but to sleep and feed? A beast no more Sure he that made us with such large dnscourse Lookmg before and after gave us not That capabrlnfy and godluke reason To fusf un us unusd Shakespeare T e Vy One ills f gf 1, "X, ' 4 PRIZE AWARDS FOR T950 Students who won prrzes at the annual commencement exercises at White Fleld on June I 1950 were as follows JEAN ANN ADAMS recelved a scholarshsp to the Heidelberg College Conservatory of Musrc T enty T JOYCE HAMLET BUTLER recerved the Wrlllam E and Annle S Muller Prlze rn Engllsh the Leland Baxter Jr award In Journalism and a scholarshrp to Capital Unuversrty CHANDLER CHUTTER WAGGONER accepted the covetcd Harvard Cup and the National Forenslc League Award BRENNA LEE HOBSON gained The Ohro State University elementary teacher scholarshrp ,vhuch pays the entire turtron for tour years JOYCE ANN DRAKE obtarned the Florence M Kung Trophy In dramatrcs and the Natnon al Forensic League Award BETTY MARIE ROGERS received the Blue Triangle ROLAND GENE WATSON accepted the Roger Sedgwick Award an basketball ROBERT GEORGE McVEY received the Lloyd G Mrlllsor 'Vlemorlal Athletic Trophy MARILYN ANN EDRIS accepted the Roosevelt History Prize MILDRED IRENE HELSER earned the Commercial Award ROBERT CLARENCE CATES received the Harvard Hrstory Prize the French Prize and a scholarship to Caprtal Unrverslty NANCY HAINES galned the National Forensic League Award and a scholarshrp to Capital Unuversuty ANNA LOU HARRIS earned a one hundred and frfty dollar scholarshup to a nursnng school presented by the Women s Auxlllary of the Medrcal Socrety JAY JOE JOHNSON earned the Natronal Forensuc League Award GEORGEANN PENICK accepted the Soroptumnst Award MARGARET ANN MILLER received the Reese Debate Award a new award presented for outstandnng work rn debate and the Natuonal Forensuc League Award CAROL JEAN BECKMAN accepted the Ohlo State Umversuty Alumm Assocnatuon scholar shrp of one n ndred and fufty dollars O I f ' A . . , 1 -1 1 - X. . .. . I . 1 1 , .. . . f , , . ,I . .J . w -w SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ANN DUPLER FRED EVERETT MARY FULKS JAMES COCHLAN 'Y Secretary President Vice-President Treasurer Twenty-Four ACORD DOUGLAS McKEE Son of Mr and Mrs Wall: rn Acord A youth of labour wuth an age ol ease Weedy Wuttlcrsrn Pernod 4 Doug .N nn etaul e :no O 51 Sales Or anuzatron 49 O ANDREWS BARBARA LOU Daught r ol Mr and Mrs W L Andrews Conversatnon rs a game of urcles Weedy Wnttxcvsm Wautung for th ma: man Hr obj Barb w s In Retarl Selling 50 51 AN KRUM DONNA .IEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs L W Ankrum Starred Iorgt me nots sm le sweetly Img bluo bells nng Weedy V nt tlctsm The 9olka and Schottlsche H S anj Ankle was nn Chorus 49 51 Science Club 51 secretary Honor Soclety 51 ANNARINO JOSEPHINE MILDRED MARIE Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Annarlno Jr A Kiss ln the Dark Weedy Wuttucusrn Boys who step all over your h art and stlll say they love you When wull he come long' was un C oru 4 Secretary s Clu 1 eens 49 50 ASHER SUE ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs T Penn Asher Gul who took A second Ioolr Weedy Wlttlcnsm Wautnng for that special ay I o Pu was an Chorus 49 Baseball 50 Basketball 50 5 Volle ball 50 5 YTeens 4 BAGENT CHARLES EDWARD Son of Mr and Mrs Charles L Bag nt A short man may he famous Thank of Napoleon Weedy Wnttxcusm Oh how I hate to get up In the mornnng 1430 Charlue was n Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Bask tball 50 51 Cross ountry 50 manager Rs as ta 49 mana r Track 50 51 manager BAKER SARA LONA Daughter of Mr and Mrs James Baker I wanna hear swmg songs Weedy Wnttuclsm People who call each other honey HI Kennyl y was In Band 49 50 51 Y1eens 51 Spamsh Club 51 BALDING DAVID WEBSTER Son of Mr and Mrs K L Baldnng Blow that sax' Weedy Wmrcusm Not rememberuno what happens on weekends lHu Nanl Dave was an Band 49 50 51 president 51 C ege Club 51 Key Club 50 51 Stud nt Councnl 9 50 51 Spannsh Club 51 Honor Socuety 51 BALLINGER THOMAS WILLIAM Son of Mr and Mrs H L Ba linger The world may ga on wnthout me but I doubt It Weedy Wlttecusm Laughlng wnth Ode Bald was In Spanish Club 51 Intramural Bas e all 49 50 51 Res rve Football -19 Varsity Foot a BARRICK ANN ELIZABETH D ught r ot M s Wllluam J Barr ck Dark hanr shmy eyes merry humor she s a pnzo Weedy Wuttrcusm Bored meet nngs Lookout red lught too late' Mutt and Jeff nnne w s un nnual taff 0 Co lege Clu Busrness St ff 49 La Renaessanc 50 51 Masqu and Gavel Music Ap recoatron 9 0 5 pres: n a no 9 50 Room Ag nt 49 Stud nt Councvl 49 eens 49 50 wc es: nt pres' t r n St ff 49 Honor oc: ty BAUGHMAN SUE CAROL Daught r of M and Mrs O L B ughrnan She 1 a qulet gurl at tumes Weedy Wnttlcusm Lets rnalre rt a foursom a Suzue was an Chorus 49 BEALL JERROLD ROGER n of Mr. nd Mrs. ohn R. e : A versai- geniu -i there is anything wrong he will fix it. Wendy Wntticism: "People who call me Bell." "Jerry" was in Key Club '9, '50, '51p La Renaissance '50, '517 Masque and Gavel '50, 515 Science Club '50, '51. BEARDSHEAR MARGARET EMILY Daughter of Mrs E Lee Beardshear She comes late yet she comes Weedy Wnttlcnsrn Well Sandra when are we gonng to take that Sentnmental Journey? Em was In Al In d Youth 50 Busnness Staff 49 College Club 51 Future Teachers 50 La Renalssance 50 51 Muslc Apprecuatlon 49 50 Patron St ff 49 Radio 49 50 Room Agent 49 Sophomore Debate 49 YTeens 49 50 51 Honor Society BLACK DONALD KOLP Son of Mr and Mrs Wnlllam W Black He leads them all a merry chase Weedy Wuttlcusm T G I F lThank go d ness Its Frldayl Donnle K was In College Club 51 pres :dent Intramural Basketball 50 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Reserve Basketball 49 Spanish Club 51 BODKIN WILDA GENE Daughter of Mr and Mrs O C Bodkln When I have nothmg to say I say nothmg Weedy Wuttnclsm Get thee behund me Satan but dont push' Red was nn Buslness Staff 50 orus 49 aseball 49 Re all Sellmg 51 secre ary Room Agent 51 BOELL RICHARD HAROLD Son of Mr and Mrs H M Boell Worry made men great Why should l worry' Weedy Wuttlclsm Somebody who always wants has plcture taken ll-lu Tedl Du was n College Club 51 La Renanssance 50 51 BOWMAN MARGUERITE ARLENE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Garland Bowman A gurl with a smule a gurl worth whsle Weedy Wuttnclsm Its a long way to Mnamu IH: Whlteyl Margy or Mort was In Secre ays Club 51 YTeens 50 51 Sales Organlzatlon vlce presldent BOYLAN MILDRED ESTHER Daughter of Mrs Mary M Boylan Oulet but not too qunet to be a friend Weedy Wlttlcnsm Practlcnng that three turn wlth L wle Mlllue was rn Chorus 49 50 51 Secretary s Clu 51 Honor Soclety 51 BRADSHAW CHARLES AVERY Son of Mr and Mrs C A Bradshaw Hts friends they are many hls foes are there any? Weedy Wuttncxsm People who carry flsh on a bicycle on Tuesdays when the well IS dry 232 skudoo C arlle was un College Club 51 I tramural Basketball 50 51 Masque and Gavel 51 R erve Basketball manager 49 Room Agent 51 Science Club 51 Track manag r 49 Varsuty Debate 49 BRAID PHYLLIS JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl S Brad Dont worry I makes deep wrlnkles Weedy Wnttlclsm The mght of No vember 10 IH: Gangl Phyl was In Busnness Staff 50 51 Chorus 49 Room Agent 51 Sales Organuzatlon 49 Secretarys Club 51 Red Cross 51 Basketball 51 Volley ba eens BRANSCOME RICHARD VINCENT Son of Mr and Mrs W P Branscom I say not much but thunk more Weedy Wnttuclsm Me and the boys lMoyer Offle Holferl keepnng thus school runnnng nc ranse w s In etall e mg 50 BROOKS MARILYN JEAN Daughter of Mrs Opal Genevieve Brooks There ls nothing lake fun IS there? Weedy Wmlclsm Workmg waltmg and wanting Munnle was un Chorus 49 50 Basketball 49 Volleyball 49 Scuence Club 51 Student Councnl 49 50 51 Varstty Debate 49 50 51 YTeens 49 50 51 Allred Youth 50 51 vice presudent 50 president 51 Spamsh Club 51 Honor Socuety 51 BROWN BARBARA LEE Daughter ot Mr and Mrs Frank Brown Sulence IS golden Weedy Wmlclsrn March 4 1949 ll-ll Genel Brownne w s an Band 49 50 51 Volleyball BURGESS WILMA JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry C Burgess She has a quuet nature and a wealth of knowledge Weedy Wuttlclsm Wan -ng nn 200 IH: Be yl Jeannie or Burgle was an Chorus 49 50 51 Secretary s Club 51 presldent Honor Socucty 91 Twenty F1ve 1 ' I ' : V If II I Il ' - .n , I , 1 I 1 I - 1 1 1 1 I a 1 I - 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 I - '5l. 1 1 I A A I H , . 1 . O ' -1 - 11 11 - 11 - 1 I 1 I . I 1 , . I ,, . 1 11 11 11 - 1 1 I Ch ' 5 'B ' g t ' ' ' , t 5 1 ' ' ' ' f . . I ,, ' , ' ' T ' 4 ll ll 'ckll i 1 I - ' 1 1 ' 1 . I . . I . , . 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' 7 1 9 I I 4 I - 1 . . . i Q ' 5 i 1 I ' 1 'I ' 1 I - 1 1 ' ll '51p Y-T '49, '50, '5l. 1 . . . 1 32 1 I - - - I11 UD- k11 og "B " a ' R ' S ll' ' , '51, 1 ' 1 I - 1 I ' ' - 1 1 ' 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I ' - ' I I I I I- I ' f ' I 'I I II 1 1 ' 1 I 1 I - 1 1 a ' I 'I I I I I l . 1504 1 1 . . : I I I I II II - - I A' .IA Ir .' ll ll n ,f - 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 - I I I. 1 1 1 1 1 Twenty Srx CAIN DONNALEA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wullrs Carn Ouret sweet wrtheut concert Weedy Wrttrcrsm Slow and late the two words I most hate Donnalea was rn Busrness Staff 51 Chorus 49 College Club 51 treasurer Baseball 51 Basketball Volleyball 51 Musrc Apprecratron 51 Spanish Club YTeens 49 50 51 Allred Youth 51 Honor Socrety 51 CALLOWAY JAMES MORRIS Sor- of Mrs L Gartsrde Let the world slrde Weedy Wrttrc :sm Grrls who are never hungry Jrm was nn Business al 49 I La Renarssance 51 Room Agent 49 CAMPBELL ELIZABETH JANE Daughter of Mrs H A Campbell d the late Dr H A Campbell Puff by Puff you re strll ahead' Weedy Wrttrcrsm Plymouths bored meetings steering committees and the color green P V Janne was rn Camera Club 50 College Club 51 Future Teachers 50 Journalrsm Staff 50 51 L Renarssance 50 51 Musrc Apprecratron 50 51 presrdent 51 Room Agent 50 YTeens 50 51 CAMPBELL LARRY LEE Son of Mr and Mrs C V Campbell 1 stand on the brrnk of a great career wont somebody please shove me off' Weedy Wrttrcrsm Those trarnrng rule talks wrth Max rnner ws rn I-lrY 50 51 La Renarssance 50 treasurer 51 Reserve Basketball 49 Varsrty Basketball 50 peedball 49 50 51 Track 9 50 CARSON CHARLES ROBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Henry J Carson Men of few words are the best Weedy Wrttucrsm Crvrcs class Chub was rn lntramural Baseball 49 50 51 Intramural Basketball 0 5 Retail Sellrng O CASTLE ELSIE JANICE Daughter of Mr Harold H Castle Wrth thee srlense rs pam Weedy Wrttrcrsm Lets make It a foursome LH: Sue Bud Reggre Lucyl Jay was rn Chorus 49 50 Baseball 50 as etlxll 49 50 51 Volleyball 49 50 51 YTeens I CHANEY ALLAN THOMAS Son of Mr and Mrs V R Chaney Never known to be as tually out of sorts Weedy Wrttrcrsm Everythrng rn general nothrng rn partrcular Al was In lntramural Basketball 50 51 Pre Flrght 50 Room Agent 50 Scrence Club 51 vrce presrdent CHANEY WALTER CHARLES JR Son of Mr and Mrs Walter C Chaney The world rs as you take rt Weedy Wrttrcrsm People who take my parknng place Walt was rn College Club 51 Handrcraft 50 Key Club 49 50 51 Pre Flrght 50 Scrence Club 51 treasurer CHANNELL DALE EDWIN bon of Mr and Mrs Herbert Channell A plem spoken person and a man of very few words Weedy Wrttrcrsm Comrng to school CHESSER CONRAD FERRILL Son of Mr and Mrs I-larl K Chesser A gentlemen makes no norse Weedy Wrttrcrsm Bosses Connre was rn Intra mural Baseball 49 50 lntramural Basketball 49 50 51 Varsrty Baseball 51 CLARK HAROLD RICHARD Son ct Mr and Mrs Harold D Clark The meek eyed morn appears Weedy Wrttlcrsm The mayor problem of gettrng to school Sonny was rn Scrence Club 50 lntramural asketball A9 50 CLINE LILLIAN LAUREEN Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Herbert L Clrne I ll be merry and free III be sed fer nobody Weedy Wrttrcrsrn Just one dum thrng after another" "Lorry" was rn Camera Club '50, College Club '51 secretary Baseball '50, Basketball '50, '51, Volleyball '50, '51, Musrc Apprecratron '51, Scrence Club 51 Y Teens '50 '51 r - - 2 ' . . 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I 1 COCHLAN JAMES BURKY Son of Mr and Mrs B E Cochlan As steady as a clock Weedy Wnttlcrsm How did you make out last nrght'9 Burky was an College Club 51 Class Offeces 50 51 vce presldent 50 treasurer 51 Intramural Basketball 50 Intra mural Baseball 49 Journalnsm Staff 49 K Club 50 51 Reserve Basketball 49 Scrence Club 51 Track 49 Varsuty aseball 50 arsnty ootball 51 Honor Socuety 51 COCHRAN DARLENE LEOLA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ira Cochran l ure for nobody no not l rf no one cares tor me Weedy Wrttrcusm Always atlsfcesl wnth one lb 1PoJnd1 Darlene was 1n Basketball COCHRAN JOAN Daught r of Mr and Mrs L R Cochran We havent known her for long but we like her Weedy W1ttrc1srn M n who thunk they can druve Shorty was In Ba d 51 Volleyball 51 YTeens 51 Unuo-1 Local School Band 49 50 Cheer leaders 49 50 Chorus 49 50 Class Offlc s secretary 49 presndent 50 Future Homemakers 49 50 Basketbal 9 50 Volleyball 49 50 Lrbrary Asslstants 49 Musrc Appre cuatron 49 50 secretary 49 presud nt 50 COCHRAN PHILLIP LANE Son of Mr and Mrs Wrlbur L Cochran Mernly he rolls along IH hu Ford Weedy Wuttecusm Women who dont know how to drrv Phul was In Scuence Club 51 COLE EUGENIA LEE Daught r of Mrs Elsle Cole Lets be gay whsle we may Weedy Wrttrcusm Me and my troubles Jeannne w s un Chorus 49 Volleyball 49 YTeens 49 50 COLEMAN GLADYS LUCILLE Daughter of Mrs Essne Mae Coleman Jntterhug Jamboree Weedy Wltt1c1sm Kee In u wlth the Gladle was YTeens 49 COOK WADE FRANKLIN Son of Mr and Mrs Danlel Cook Lute rs no longer lf I hurry the world rs not better If l worry Weedy W1tt1c1sm he t of the P om ll-11 D Creace was In Band 4 lntramura Basketball 0 CORNELL NANCY ADELPHA Daughter of Mrs Mlnnle Cornell She rs wtse who talks but I1ttle Weedy W1ttrc1srn Horn work Nancy was Chorus 49 50 51 CREGO CAROLYN RUTH Daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecll S Crego Srlenee never be trays ller Weedy Wnttrcusm Oral Talks Carolyn was an aseball 49 as et all 49 51 Volley a O CRIST BARBARA JOAN Daughter of Mr a d Mrs Harry E Crust Laugh and e world laughs wlth you Weedy Wuttnclsrn Father and rn dates 1Hr Dad and Dannyl Barb was an Chorus 4 0 51 Future Horn maker 49 Volleyball 49 DARKES NANCY JANE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Darkes Always the same eedy Wrttncrsr-1 I ll k d d 'Ha Nan was en Choru 49 Baseball 51 Basketball DAVIS JACK RICHARD Son ot Mr and Mrs J R Helfley Why study' The more we study the more there us to forget Weedy Wnttncrsm Teach ers who talk but say nothrng Sm1ley was an German Club 50 Intramural Baseball 49 50 51 Intramural Bas ketball 49 50 51 Sales Organrzatlon 49 50 Twenty Seven 11 11 - I I 4 I V r , - ' 1 il -'. ,' 7 ey A 1' I 1- 7 B , ' , '5lg v' ' F wad, '50, ' ', 151. 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D.l.'l " " ' A s ' : ' : '51, DAVIS KENNETH EUGENE SON Ol MVS MBVY Eva Davus One cant thunk that such red haur could hude beneath ut a temper so faur Weedy Wuttucusm Raun and mud on the football fueld Red 0 Shortue w s In and 9 DEAN BETTY LOU Daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Dean Comung back to school after those long weekends Weedy Wuttucusm Oh those weekends lHu Cookuel Lou was un Chorus 49 50 Future Homemaker 49 50 Baseball 49 50 51 Bas ke all 49 50 51 Volleyball 49 50 YTeens 49 51 DENNIS CHARLES DOWNS Son of Mr and Mrs Curtvs L Dennus Guve me back my 1931 penny Weedy Wuttucusm Small box of popcorn for two Pearly was un Key Club 49 50 51 vuce presudent 49 Spanush Club 51 Reserve Basketball 49 Room Agent 49 Scuence Club 51 Speedball 50 51 Track 49 Varsuty Bas etball 50 51 DIBLASIO JOHN Son of Mr and Mrs Charles DuBlasuo I tackle thungs as they come Weedy Wuttucusm Everythung un general nothung un partucular Blazo DILLEHAY EDWIN ALBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence S Dullehay Easy does It Weedy Wuttucusm Feedung the bull Dully was un Band A 50 51 Key Club 0 DITTER BERNARD RUSSELL Son of Mr and Mrs Paul Dutter Good boys love theur sus ters but I have grown so good that I love another boys suster as well as my own Weedy Wuttucusm Everyone wear ung my gurls overalls lHu Leel Dt was un lntramura basketball 49 Key Club 49 50 51 secretary 51 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Music Appreciation 49 50 Tumblung 49 50 Spanush Club 51 Allred Youth 50 DOLL RONALD LEE Son of Mr and Mrs J W Doll Hus talents are of the more sulent type Weedy Wuttncusrn Twenty one below and no wundow glass un my lumousane Ronnue w s un HuY 51 Re au e ung DRUMM BONNIE JO ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Drumm In each cheek ap pears a pretty dunple Weedy Wuttucusm Those weekeno dances and out of town boys ll-lu Rachel and Pegj was un Chorus 49 Future Homemakers 49 secretary Base bal 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volleyball 49 50 au e :ng YTeens 4 5 51 Red Cross DUPLER MARGARET ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Homer W Dupler Her smule us al ways welcome and her words are full of wut Weedy Wuttuc usm Bored meetungs whos that? Who cares? Honk' P V Annue was un Busuness Staff 49 Class Offlces secre a 51 Co ege Club 51 Journalusm Staff 50 51 Renaussance 50 51 Musuc Apprecnatuon 49 50 51 Patron Staff 49 Room Agent 49 50 YTeens 49 50 51 Honor Socuety 51 ELLIS EUGENE RICHARD Son of Mr John Ellus He burns the mudnught oul but not for study Weedy Wuttucusm Workung nughts and gurls Duck was un Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Trades and Industrues Club 51 EVERETT FRED ALBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Warren R Everett Never an Idle mo ment Weedy Wuttucusm People spellung my name wrong Fred was un College Club 51 Class Offucers presudent 51 HIY 51 Musuc Apprecuatuon 50 Room Agent 51 Stu dent Councul 51 FISHER DONNA MAE Daughter of Mr and Mrs George W Fusher Not a word she spoke more than was needed Weedy Wuttucusm Oh those Saturday nughtsl lHu Shurleyj Blondue Twenty Eughf I . l , . If ' - II II' II r II I If a ' B '4 , '50, '51. I . . . . , I -I l H ' ' II II. II ' I I I ,ij I I I D ' 2 I D ' I' I' I I I I V C I ' ' f I I . . h V h l. H : Il Il I II ' ' I I I ' ' ' I I V - I D - I I I I I I D - I D I I D I D - I I I I I I I k , . I ' , 1 , I ,, . ' . . . I l II II II I ' I I I .I I I II ' I l II II ' All ' . I 9, I , I D I5 . I I I . , . . D ,, u I - I - II II III I . . I I I D I' I I I D I I I I I I I I D - I I I I D - D D DI I I D I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 . . .A I :H 1 '50, ' 5 t 'I S ll' '50, '5l. D . ' . ' . . . 'D ,, I - ' . I h It IIJOII ' ' I l I ' ' I . I I I I D ' I I I D ' I ' I I I I I I I I 'Sly Ret 'l S ll' '51' - ' 9, ' 0, ' 7 su ' I I . . . . ' - D II - - I II II ' I II I I ' I I ' ' - tryl' 5 Ill I 4' 1 AA' I I 'A, ' :La I 7 I I I I D I I D D I I I D I I I I I I I I L I ' I: I I II I ' 1 ' II II - II ' - ' I I I D ' I I I I I I I 4 I I- If I ' I I: I I - 1 - I I 'I D ' I V - I - .7 I I I - I . . . :I U- - H I ' ' .II II ' II ' l . , . . .,.,., FLOWERS, NANCY CAROLYN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Flowers: Good company shortens the miles. Weedy Wittlcism: "Those weeks in Portsmouth H' Bu kj" "1'edo " FOOTE CHARLES RONALD Son ct Mr and Mrs Charles F Foote Lets play basketball Weedy W1tt1c1sm Waltlng for basketball season Ron me was un Intramural Baseball 49 50 51 Reserve as ketball 49 Speedball 49 50 51 Varsuty Baseball 49 50 5 Varsuty Basketball 50 51 Spanush Club 51 Reserve Football 49 FORD BARBARA ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Ford Keapmg up wlth the world Weedy Wlttlclsm Goung to football garres Babs FOSTER JUNE ELIZABETH Daughter of Mr and Mrs M C Foster Lets be young for ever Weedy Wuttuclsm Honey only seven nlghts a week H Don Flowersj une w s an an Syrnphonette 50 51 FRANCIS CHARLES ALBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Wllllam A Francns Snlance more muslcal than any song Weedy W1tt1c1sm Too numerous to men tuon Al was nn lntramural Baseball 50 51 Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Trades and Industrues Club 51 FRANCIS NANCY ANN Daughter of Mrs Roe Francls A cheery smnle a happy way we like to greet her every day Weedy Wnttucusm Dance o me Fnfll Nn w s In Band 49 50 51 Baseball 0 Basketball 50 51 YTeens 51 Spanush Club 51 m phor-ette 50 51 FRANGA MILAN Son of Mr and Mrs C Franga Has on the ball lFootbalI that :sl Weedy Wrtttcnsm Beware of women' Mike was tn Intramural Baseball 49 50 51 Intramural Basketball e u 5 La Renalssance 51 Varsnty aseball 50 arslty Football 51 Spams C u 51 FRANKS MARGARET GERALDINE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harlan E Franks Her pleasant ways have won her many friends Weedy Wtttncusm Gonng skatung on Saturday nughts wuth the regular gang ,Ht Delorus AI1ce and Patl Gerry was an Annual Staff 50 51 Busuness Staff 49 51 assustant buslness manager 49 Chorus 49 Future Teachers 50 vncepresudent 50 Basket Volley a 49 50 51 Musa: Apprectatuon aron Staff 49 0 eens 5 Ty 1s for Revealle Annual 51 FREY CAROL JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wnlbur L Frey My G I We-edy Wlttucusm People from Jacktown tH1 Loran, Small Fry was 1n horus 49 O aseball Bas etball o ley all 51 FREY FRANCES PAULINE Daughter ol Mr Ralph M eks Early hours un the mommg Weedy Wtttlclsm Getttng up too early Polly was C orus 49 0 FULKS MARY VIRGINIA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul C Fulks ld rather laugh bright eyed glrl than reign a grey halred queen Weedy 1tt1c1sm Two y ars us a long tu e H Johnny Mac was nn Cheer Leaders 49 50 51 Class Offucers treasurer 49 vuce presudent 51 Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 o eyball 50 51 Y Teens 49 50 Home comlng Queen 51 GELFER KARL JORDAN Son of Mr and Mrs Sam Gelfer Worry made men great Why should l worry? Weedy Wnttlclsm Gent-tg news for Mustcal Notes Karl was tn Busmess Staff 49 50 51 manager 50 Future Teachers 49 50 H1Y 51 Ll Renals sance 50 Must: Apprecaatlon 49 50 51 Patron Staff 49 chalrman Raduo 50 51 Room Agent 50 Twenty Ntm . I, C , . .,, . 1 . ini, F ' B Q V17 I, I li.. I -, ., :,z ' 'I f , I ' 1, "1 " 3 ' a a '49, '50, '51, fr I - ,ltr H a tt a - ' 1 I 1 I 1 i I 15 V '51: ' t' J - ' 1 ' ' z5Y 5 '50, '51, K y Cl 15 'o, ' ' 'I '50, ' , 5 ' , 51, v ' '49, '50, ' , -1. 1 15 ' . ball '50, '51, 1511 ' ," , ", ' l "- '51, P lv ' ,'5, '51, H '49, '50, ' 1, at ' 0 ' ,'5, B "51', k' '51, v 1. 15 ' . 11 ' , '5. H I '. .D . 1. ' ,a W. .7 : ,. ' 3 . .m 4 , ir E Jin, ,, ., '5ol-'51,' v ll 019, ' , ,' . ' 5 , ' , 1 llllrly GELLER DOROTHY IRENE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Geller A lolly gurl chuck lull of fun Shes always mee to everyone Weedy Wlttlclsm Over the hull and lar away lHl Rod and Shagsl ot was lrl Cheerleaders 49 Baseball 49 50 5l Basketball 0 CY 6 5 Secre ary s C u led Y utll GLASMEIER ROBERT MORRIS Son of Mr and Mrs Harry Glasmeler Let cheerfulness o happy future walt Weedy Wlttlclsm M Eckerts l e talks Bo was ln Chorus 49 50 5l Intramural Bas all 5l Spamsh Club GRAY KENNETH RONALD Son ol Mr and Mrs Charles A Gray The Band leader Weedy Wlttlclsm People who call each other honey LHl Sally, enny w s ln Band 49 50 5l College u 5 Spanlsh Club 5l Band Councll 49 50 5l Asslstant drum malor 50 Drum mayor 5l Symphonette 49 50 51 GREEN JOAN LUCILLE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy D Green And hear thy stormy muslc on the drum Weedy Wlttlclsm Coshocton 38 mlles away' When do we Ieave9 lGolng Kenny9l Joanne was IH Band 5l Basketball 5l Secretarys Club 5l Coshocton Hlgh School Publlclty Club 50 GAA 49 YTeens 49 50 Llbrary ASSISIBHTS 49 50 Band 49 O Ped Masque Drarrlatlcs 50 Latln Club 50 GRIGSBY DONALD HAROLD Son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Grlgsby lt ls well to thlnk dlVIYl2 to act well Weedy Wlttlclsm Clnclnnatl here I come Butch was ln Camera Club 50 51 Masque and Gavel 5l Sclence Club Sl HAAS PAUL FREDERICK Son of Mr and Mrs Paul P Haas lm the sound effects man Weedy Wlttlclsm Look at that Stan Bu w s ln e serve Basketball 49 Sclerlce Club 5l Track 49 50 5l Reserve Football 49 HALL FRANCES AILEEN Daughter of Mr a d Mrs Allen A Hall It ls easler to let a thlng go than make lt go Weedy Wlttlclsm If l should e untll l de lts ln splte of and r-ot because Butch was ln Baseball 5l Basketball 5l Penmanshlp u 50 Scretarys Club 5l Red Cross 5l Honor o cley 5l HANNERS GEORGE WILLIAM Son of Mr and Mrs Martln Hanners Mlschlevous and merry Weedy Wlttlclsm Ice Georgle was ln Intramural Bas ketball 49 50 Sl Trades and lndustrles Club 5l HARMAN ANNA MAE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Mason Harman The reason gentle men prefer blondes Weedy Wlttlclsm No men no wor rles no money no troubles lHl Shagsl Hermle was n Baseball 5l Basketball 50 5l Volleyball 5l Room Agent tu ent Councll 9 eens A le Youth 5l Secrv-tarys Club Sl Honor Socety 5l HARMON JEAN CAROL Daughter of Mrs Leta Harmon Wlxard on skates Weedy Wlttlclsm Sunday nlghts homework and Saturday nlghts a the Old Mlll ean wsl Chorus 49 Re all el fl HARRIS INEZ MAE Daughter of Mrs Ella M Harrls Enloy your Isle Weedy Wl tlclsm People Nez was ln YTeens 49 HARRIS JAMES RICHARD Son of Mr and Mrs James A Harrls The Track Man Weedy Wlttlclsm O these beautlful grls' lc ws Chorurs 49 Cross Country 49 50 Intramural Basketball r ck 49 ,, ' . L .1 ' HD .2 '49, '5, '51, Voll 15 ll '49, '50, ' 1,' It " 1 b '5l. All' O '5l. . , ' : n '. ' " , " f. ' rm ,, b., . , V , I , g 1 lem ' , ' '51, HK a . , V , I 4 I 'CI 5 I li 1 I F V I l I 4 I I n' , .f'-f-fsf wellpitis ' . ' ', fl f,.:,: V' If d,.'a.R' ' . n . . : - ' ' lay ' " f ' of..:" Cl 15 ' , 2 ' ", ", 5- .7 ' . lf . l I ' A -I :DH ll -'H il '51, s d ' ' '4 ,' '5l, YAT '50, '51, ll' a 1 I "J " 5 'n ', 1' Sl, ig '5l. "' I " rl, ' " I1 "ol" ' s in A '49, 5 " , '50, '51, ' ' Q HARRIS OREN STANLEY Son of Mr and Mrs W F Hams Happy lad Weedy W1t t1c1srr1 Mary Mary was qunte contrary Mug w s Chorus 49 Intramural Basketball 50 HART PATRICIA ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs R E Hart Havlng a good tlme all the tlma Weedy W1tt1c1sm Cambrndge and fOQ9Y a urday nsghts on the road between Newark and Utuca fH1 Rosle and Janett w s ln Band 49 50 51 Spams C u 51 HARTER NED EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs Paul Harter I tackle thmgs as they some Weedy Wlttlcnsm Parknng a black Fleetllne Cheve 1 e ws 1n Band 49 50 51 Camera u 50 51 secretary 50 treasurer 51 HEIM WILLIAM FRANKLIN Son of Mr and Mrs Walter Helm Dont worry It makes deep wrmklos Weedy W1tt1c1sm Sleepung In study hall was un Intramural Basketball 49 50 HELMAN RONALD PAUL Son of Mrs F D Helman Laugh and lnve than loam Weedy Wlttlcasm Casanovas YH1 Donme KJ Ronnue was 1n Annual Staff 50 51 assocnate edltor 51 College Club Golf 49 50 51 Intramural Basketball 50 5 ey Club 49 50 51 La Renalssance 50 51 Muslc Apprec1at1on 49 Raduo 51 student announcer 51 Room Agent 50 Student Councul 50 51 presudent 51 HELMS DARLENE JUNE Daughter of Mr rorrest Helms Not Kellogg: but shes pep lust the same Weedy Wnttnclsm The worlds better If we worry or l1fe no longer nf we hurry ar len1e was an Busmess Staff 50 Cheer Lead rs 49 51 Class Olfuces secretary 50 College Club 51 Baseball 50 Bsetball 49 50 V eyball 9 5 eens 49 50 51 Spannsh Cub HENDREN RICHARD ORLANDO Son of Mr and Mrs W E Hendren Thu ltfa ll what we make at Weedy W1tt1c1sm 120 West Ma1n Street INHSD Duck was In Spanlsh Club 51 Intramural Baseball 5 51 Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Vars1ty Football 50 51 HINES DORIS JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvert M Hlnes S A blue oyocl person wtth plenty of pap and one who an tha band does step Weedy W1tt1c1sm We llve and learn We are I1v1ng but are we learmng? lH1 Shagsb Shaggy was ln Band 50 51 Y Teens 51 Secretary s u 51 Marlorette 50 HITCHCOCK ELIZABETH ANN Daughter of Mrs Nellle Httchcock Sho was a good a round athlete Weedy Wlttlcnsrn Luvmg a lute through e ters IH1 Bob and Shagsl Luz was 1n Volleyball 49 50 eball 49 O Bas et a 50 51 Y Teens 50 51 Secretary s Club HITCHCOCK FLORA VIRGINIA Daughter of Mrs Nellle Hntchcock Its batter to be sllent than wrong Weedy Wuttucnsm Oh those Monday morn lngsl o was ln Chorus 49 Vo leyball HITCHCOCK MARILYN LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wulllam Hntchcock All that sho does she docs well Weedy Wuttucnsm Bored rneetungs Flooded7 Black cat' Never mnnd Next? P V Maru n was ln Annual Staff 50 51 Busmess Staff 49 Future Teach ers 49 50 La Renaussance 50 51 Masque and Gavel 50 51 vlce presldent 50 treasurer 51 Musuc Apprec1at1on 49 50 51 Patron Staff 49 50 51 Radlo 51 Room Agent -19 Student Councul 49 51 YTeens 49 50 51 Edltor 0 Musrcal Notes 51 Honor Soc1ety 51 HOFFER JAMES RODNEY Son of Mr and Mrs Harry Holler And so we plow along Weedy W1tt1c1sm Those blue Monday mormngs Jnm was ln Intramural Basketball 49 Retall Sellpng 51 Thnrty One .. I ., ' I ' ' ' . ' ,. A ig I . I -. '. .H 4 SY- - --1, npatn a - 1 I I I 1 F ' HH 1 b ' . 111, Jap." "N d" .Q 1 ' , ' , ' 1 Cl 5 , HBMH V ' Z . l 1 I 151. ' l I I 1 I ll :I 4 :.l I I K X ll ll ' I . 1- - - Z IA 1 no . , I 1 . HD - 1 ,A . I , I 3 , I .501 '49f' ,'51p a ki ' ,' ,"51g oll '4 f ' 0, '51g Y-T ' , ' , ' , ' 1 '51, . . . mi E ,bl-pi . . . ' , r.: - 149' , , , i V ' , I CI b 1 7 V '- '-19, ' , '51 - . ' . ' ' 1 11. . A Ita '5lg, ass' ' , 's, '51, 11 b ll '49, ' , , .' 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F 'b - 4 .-A 41, - I .ly .1 Q 'QI ' "' ,I ,' f ' f HOLBERT BETTY DELORES Daughter of Mrs Lela Garrabrant Tnml wants for no one Weedy Wlttnclsm T ke me back old W Vlrglnla Su we was nn Chorus 49 Retall Selllng 51 HOLMES ROBERT FRANKLIN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Holmes Hes always a Holmelsj Weedy Wlttlclsm Blonds that shed KH: Eve Bo was ln lntramural Basketball 9 Retall Selllng 51 HOLMQUIST ARTHUR DUANE Son of Mr and Mrs Ted Holmqunst I never put off tall to morrow what I can possnhly do the day after Weedy Wat tlclsm Boys or gurls who thunk they are beautlful on s Y 51 Intramural Basketbal 50 Room Agent 49 HOWARTH RODNEY LOUIS S n of Mr and Mrs C L Howarth A goat moat and you' Weedy Wlttlcusm Coon dog Balllnger Gus was ln College Club 51 Intramural Baseball 49 50 Intra mural B sketball 50 51 La Renalssance 50 51 pres: ent 51 Muslc Appreclatlon 49 50 51 Varslty Baseball 50 5 Varslty Football 50 51 Honor Soclety 51 HOY GERALDINE Daughter of Mr and Nlrs Clarence R Hoy Lets be gay whale we may Weedy Wnttlclsm Economlcs class Gerry was ln Chorus 49 50 51 Future Hornemakers 49 Volley b 9 HUBER ALICE VIRGINIA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul E Hub r Shell skate her way through llfe Weedy Wnttlclsm Two gurls who say that they wall meet m at a certam tum and come 5 or 10 mlnutes er H1 an Ally was ln Chorus 49 51 Room Agent 50 Secretarys Club 51 treasurer Red Cross 5l HUGHES EVELYN FRANCES Daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwun Hughes One oclosk lump' Weedy Wlttlclsm These gentlemen who wont shave' lHuh Joan"J Evey was ln Band 49 50 51 Chorus 49 ase ba 0 as etball o eyball La Renals sance 50 51 Varslty Debate 49 Y Teens 50 51 HUMMEL MARY LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Hummel The fatal perlo B30 to 915 Weedy Wattlclsm Danclng to the Tennessee Waltz at 400 a Remember gang? Hu Betty Louj COORIE was ln Chorus 49 Baseball 51 Basketball 51 Y Teens 51 HUPP WILLIAM DANIEL Son of Mr and Mrs Danuel Hupp God bless the man who flrst Invented sleep Weedy Wlttlclsm Havlng to get up so early IDEN JOHN REEL Son of Mr and Mrs Emerson Iden All I ask ns a square deal for every man Weedy Wrttlclsm People who talk about other people umpy was ln Band 49 0 Chorus 49 50 Intramural Basketball 49 50 ILER PATRICIA ANNE Daughter of Mr James ller Who knows nothlng fears noth mg known Weedy Wlttlclsm Oh those Frnday nlghts ll-lr Edsel1 at was ln Volley al JACKSON JEAN ANNE Daughter ot Mr and Mrs Ralph W Jackson A laugh ls worth a thousand groans In any market Weedy Wlttlclsm The best ls yet to come lHl Shags, Jean was ln Baseball 51 Basketball 51 Volleyball 50 51 Allred Youth 50 51 YTeens 50 51 Thlrty Two ' " If " a E I -to . ' ' ' J: . I U -. : ' V I 1, bt, ' - ' 14 I - ' -' . l' - . . I ,, . , ' . Us 2 ny" wa ln Hi- ' g l ' 7 O , I I -. . . 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"P " ' 2 b l '49, ' 1" , JEFFRIES PATRICIA MAY Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence L Jetfrues I poured my heart unto a song Weedy Wuttucusm Draft Boards lHu Gerry and Delorusj Pat was un Band 49 50 51 Chorus 49 50 51 College Club 51 Contest Speakung 50 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Y1'eens 49 50 Secretarys Club 51 Sym phonette 50 51 Honor Socuety 51 JOHNSON ELIZABETH ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Otus Castle The world wull ever wonder what she wull do next Weedy Wuttucusm Paul and Gene and the old machune lHu Boysl Peachy was Band 50 51 Chorus 50 Future Homemakers 49 Baseball 49 50 Volleyball 49 50 Basketball 49 50 Sales Or ganuzatuon 49 YTeens 49 JOHNSTON JOSEPH GIFFORD Son of Mr and Mrs Lowry G Johnston A knock-down ar gument tus but a word and a blow Weedy Wuttucusm Conceuted women Joe was un Chorus 49 JONES ANNA LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank L Jones A some of humor us the salt of Iufa Weedy Wuttucusm My mouth aunt made on shutters' lHu kudsl Anna Lou was un Lubrary Assust ants 49 50 Secretarys Club 51 YTeens 50 51 JONES RICHARD EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs R E Jones You never sae one wuthout the other Weedy Wuttucusm Restructuons belong un the Army not between steadues lHu Patl Oosh was un Cross Country 49 Hu Y 50 51 Intramural Baseball 49 lntra mural Basketball 49 50 51 Speedball 49 Track 49 KALT CHARLES ROBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Charles W Kalt Thus lufe us what we make ut Weedy Wuttucusm People unterruptung me Bob KENNINGTON SHIRLEY JANE Daughter of Mr Jose A Coelho Wuth cream and sugar Weedy Wuttucusm Fratmen Jackue us the coffee ready yet? Guffus was un Contest Speakung 50 51 Lubrary Assust ants 49 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Musuc Apprecuatuon 49 Sales Organuzatuon 50 51 YTeens 49 50 51 KERNS ROBERT MYRON Son of Mrs S E Kerns Iva got a paun un my sawdust Weedy Wuttucusm Gurls who dont luke to neck Hotrod was un Chorus 49 50 Key Club 49 50 51 Room Agent 49 Speedball 50 Varsuty Debate 49 KIGER CAROL LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Anda C Kuger loves not tumea fool Weedy Wuttucusm Some people have a smule b t I have a wunk U-lu Wunklej Carol was un Chorus 49 50 Y eens 49 50 51 KIGER EMILY MABEL Daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Kuger Romance us the poetry of luterature Weedy Wuttucusm The ocean between us ll-lu udl Em was un Chorus 49 Secretary s Club 51 KING GENE PAUL Son of Mrs Mary E Kung Be sulent and safe Weedy Wut tucusm Pauntung un machune shop Gene KOERNER DONALD SAUNDERS Son of Mr and Mrs C H Koerner Don us always glad to guve a woman druver half the road uf he could fund out whuclu half she wants Weedy Wuttucusm A certaun sponge named Don R Ban was un College Club 51 Allued Y uth 51 Golf 49 50 51 HuY 50 51 Intramural as ketball 49 50 51 Speedball 49 Thurty Three Thlrt, Four KOONTZ JOHN FORREST Son of Mr and Mrs John Koontz Turning to mirth all hnngs on earth as only boyhood can Weedy Wuttrcrsrn Gallavant Ing wrtl some certarn Casses Johnny was In College Club 5I Class Offrcers 50 treasurer Cross Country 49 50 5l Allred Youth Sl HI Y 50 Sl Intramural Baseball 49 0 ntramural asketball 49 Sl Varsrty Base al 0 KRAMER WILLIAM MAX Son of Mr and Mrs Wulllam Kramer My happiness rs not complete unless nt n shared wrth someone Weedy Wrttncrsm Mules and mules out the road f Gan I WHS Chorus 49 Spanlsh Club Sl Allred Youth 50 Hr Y 5 Sl Intramural Baseball 50 SI Intramural Basketball 49 50 Key Club 49 50 Sl treasurer 49 50 SI Mas u and Gavel 50 Sl Reserve Basketball 49 Track 49 Varsrty otball 49 50 KREAGER JACQUELINE LEE aught r of Mrs sre V Kreager S What water' Weedy Wrttrcnsm Berng I7 Shrrley the water aunt on' Jackre was rn Chorus 49 Baseball 49 50 Retarl Sellrng 50 Sl Sales Organization SO LAMPTON ROBERT DONALD Son of Mrs Lona E Lampton I never drunk more than a sponge Weedy Wuttncusm Those rnotous mghts at the r stal H B Duck RIC lampy w s rn HIY 49 50 5l secretary Intramural Baseball 49 Intramural as etball 49 50 La Renarssance 0 Sl Room Agent 49 LANDRAM LARRY LEE Son of Mr and Mrs Damel Landram Greehngs Weedy Wrttrcrsm Wantrng for the marl Larry w s an In ra mural Baseball 49 Intramural Basketball SO Reserve Basket ball 49 Varsrty Baseball 50 5l LESCODY RICHARD JOHN Son of Mr and Mrs John Lescody Maybe lm rlght maybe lm wrong Weedy Wrttlclsm Nevertheless Puney was rn Intramural Baseball 49 Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Varsity Baseball 50 LESLIE JAMES IRA Son Mr and Mrs Fred Leslre All thlngx some round to hum who wrll but want Weedy Wrttrcrsrn Fords rm LINDEMAN KEITH GILMORE Son of Mr and Mrs Howard Lrndeman Men at some time are masters of thenr fates Weedy Wuttrcrsm Grrls who go to sleeo on the band buses Lundy was In Band 49 50 51 H Y 5I Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Basketball 5I Room Agent 49 LINGAFELTER CAROLE VIRGINIA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde Lmgafelter Jolly and gay she s always that way Weedy Wrttrcrsm Come on chrlluns lets dance IH: Shagsl Butch was rn Chorus 49 Base 9 Ba et a 5 5I Volleyba 4 eens 9 LINK CHARLES WILLIAM Son of Mr and Mrs Harold Lrnk Everything that has a be grnnmg comes to an end Weedy Wrttrcrsm Mnssed my chancel Link was rn Intramural Baseball 50 Sl lntra mural Basketball 49 50 SI Speedball 49 LINN CAROLYN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles H Ltnn le xulent and safe Weedy Wrttrcrsm Gettrng up an the mofnnng Carol was In Future Homemakers 49 Future Retarlers 5I LUBY DONALD KENNETH Son of Mrs Loss E Luby That l not an office for a fnend Weedy Wrttrcrsm Soda perk" Don was rn Intramural Basketball 49 50 Sl Key Club 'Sl Room Agent -S9 E , i .V ' , A . 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LUCAS AUGUSTA ANN Daughter of Mrs Jam s E Klssell Well known rn dramatuc episodes Weedy Wuttucnsm Mass Patton and sp ech con tests ussle w s In orus Cont st eakrng 50 5 A nd Youth 50 51 Journallsm Sta asque and Gavel 50 I '1 5 Musnc c at on 50 Secretary s Club 51 Honor Soc: ty 51 LUCAS JAMES ROBERT n of Mr and Mrs R J Lu O1 th farm I plow an sow tt ns a plty Weedy Wnttacrsm Slttung on the b nc and e s u vu esud nt 51 I n u c 4 num mg 49 Varsuty Footbal 51 R s rv Footba LUCKNER HERMAN RICHARD III Son of Mr and Mrs H R Luckner Jr Wh n duty whuspers low Thou must Th youth replles I can We dy Wrttncnsm Sonny was In Band 49 50 51 manager 50 Colleg Club 51 Masque and Gavel n ow tt Stmgers F cl t LUGAR LEONA IRENE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren E Lugar There are trucks nn plann and ssmple fauth Weedy Wrttnctsm Every thungs all rrght row lHl Bernie and Shagsl Lee was an aseball 49 5 Basketball 49 50 51 Volleyba re u h treasurer eens 9 Room Agent 49 S cretarys Club 51 LUSETTI MONA JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs John P Lusettl Theres always tume for mrschuef Weedy Wnttncnsm Somewhere somehow sometime soon IH: Shagsl Mona was In Cheer Lead rs e all 49 50 51 Journallsm Staff 51 Stud nt Councu eens 9 u Ho or y 5 MACKEY JANET LEE Daughter of Mr Frank L Mackey Lifes so fast and FUYIOUS Weedy Wlttlclsm The summer wasted n Akron KH J and Patl an o Snuf was In Allred Youth MACY ELLEN ELIZABETH Daught r of Mr and Mrs Glenn C Macy A smile a day ns better than a medlnne chest Weedy Wuttucusm Meetnng someone In 200 H1 Jeannel Betty was In Band 49 50 51 Chorus 49 50 Future Hom makers 50 Sales Orgamza tuon 49 MARKHAM JOHN WALTER Son of the Mr and Mrs H N Markham Laugh and luve then learn Weedy Wnttnclsm Queen for a day Queen BI ways Johnme was n HIY 50 Intramural Baseball 49 50 Intramural Basketbatl 49 50 Varsnty Football 49 50 MARKLE MARILYN LEE Daughter of Mr and Mrs James F Markle She puts her troubles ln a box and sats on the Ind Weedy Wuttucusm Stlencel tlt would be the d ath of me but sometrmes I would rather be deadj Mvnnue was an College Club 51 usuc Apprecnaton 50 Sanush lub 5 Busuness f MARMIE BONNIE JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Marmne A fanr and froendly ass ls she Weedy Wnttrcusm lt was a hard struggle ut the best as yet to com H Caro Bunny w s Chorus 49 50 51 Future Hornemakers 49 50 5 B ketball 49 50 Volleyball 49 Sales Organlzatton MASON VIVIAN EILEEN Daught r of Mrs Sarah Mason What I5 llfe without the Iught of love? Weedy Wnttucnsm It wouldnt b a week end wlthout Harry uzne was an Chorus 49 O Future Homemakers 49 Baseball 49 Retanlung S llsng 50 Sale Organuzatuon 49 MELTON BILLIE SUE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Melton I desire to due when l have nobody to laugh wnth me Weedy Wnttlcusm Next to men l luke horses best but you cant marry a horse' CHI ya Shagsy Bull was an Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volleyball '49, 50 51 YTeens '49 50 51 Room Agent 51 Allred Youth '50 Secretary's Club '51, vnce presvdent Gurl s Athletic Councul 51 f"X Thlrty Frye "G ' " a ' 'Ch '49, '50, 'stf e ' Sp ' ' , ' lg ll'n ' . ' p ' ff '50, '51, M ' , '51, DY.'iS'CJ?,f ' lp ' I-ppr, I I ' , ' ' 5 'e ' . So . . . . cas: 2 cl I . . . ' . . , 1 ,, . . 3 hv,, "G e " wa in Hi-Y '50, '51g Key Cl b '50, '51, 'Ce- pr ' a ' 7 SCA? Ce C' b '51, Tra k ' 9, '50, '51, ' - bl' ' 7 ' l ' , Q 3 2 ll '5O. raa sql '5lp ' e ' 7 ' ' ' '5I' Spanish C ub '51g Sy: ph 2 2 '49, '59, '51, . . . ' . 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M , i 51 ,MZ Th1ny6lx MILLER ROBERT LEE Son ot Mrs Lulluan Muller There ll nothlng like fun as there" Weedy Wuttlcnsm Commercual law class Bob MILLER WILLIAM HAROLD Son of Mrs Clara P Muller Car trouble Weedy Wxttnclsm People who pretend to be more than what they are Red was In Sales Organlzatuon 49 50 5l Room Agent 50 Sclence Club 5I Debate 49 MOHLER HELEN DIANA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde M Mohler Always smrl mg never glum shes a happy cheerful :hum Weedy Wnt tlcnsm Stubborn people :nah was ln Band 50 Chorus 49 YTeens 49 50 Spanlsh Club Sl MOHLER PATRICIA JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Grover Mohler Common sense IS not a common thing Weedy Wnttncusm Dear Lols and Janet ll never gave skatmg tha as a MONROE ROLAND EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Monroe Lufe rs but a dey at most Weedy W1tt1c1sm H1 Desle 205 Gene was nn Trades and lndustrues Club 5I MONTGOMERY WALTER GENE Son of Mr and Mrs Howard J Montgomery A gentleman makes ne noise Weedy Wlttlclsm Sonny Wat was n I 50 MOORE BONNIE LOU Daughter of Mr and Mrs A H Moore Dlve for the oyster drg for the clam Weedy Wuttlcusm Those square dances on Future Homemakers 50 Retall Selling 5l Sales Organuzatxon MOORE RAYMOND EVERTT Son of Mr and Mrs R G Watson The longest ay comes to an end Weedy Wnttucusm Work Ray MOORE RONALD LEE Son of Mr and Mrs Percy M Moore Happmeu IS a traut worth tmdmg Weedy Wntttcusm Fuzzy people Ronnie was In Camera Club 5I College Club 5I Spamsh Club 5l Intramural Basketball 49 50 Sl Speedball 49 50 Tumbling 49 MORAN RUTH ELIZABETH Daughter of Mrs Mary I Moran Happmess seems made to be shared Weedy Wnttlcusm Wattnng four years for my one and only CH: Rollnel Ruth was un Band 49 Chorus 49 Basketball 50 5I Penmanslmp Club 50 treasurer Secre tar s Club 5I YTeens 49 50 5l treasurer 5I MORGAN CHARLES EDWARD Son of Mr and Mrs Charles Morgan Let x be merry whsle we may Weedy Wtttuclsm People that frown lH1 Mlck and Loulsej Bud was In Intramural Baseball 50 Intramural Basketball 50 5I Room Agent 51 Soence Club 50 Stu dent Council 5l treasurer MOYER CHARLES EARL Son of Mr and Mrs Earl H Moyer l lake motorcycles cars and things and thmgs Weedy Wattncnsm Known alls Chuck was IN Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Basket ball 50 5l Reta1ISeIl1ng 5I Room Agent 49 1 .' . . 11 L - 11 rd 'lr . 1 11 11 - . . , , , ' 1 I I . . : I - 1 1 1 . - 1 . 11 11 11 1 11 1 : . 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' ' 11 11 - ' 1 I I A ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 L r 1 I I 1 MYER PATRICIA FRANCES Daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl T Myer When a gurl ceases to blush she has lost the most powerful :harm of har beauty Weedy Wntttcusm Bored meetings and the Arr Force P V Pt was tn College Club 51 Baseball 49 51 Ba etball 49 50 5 Volleyball 9 50 Future Teachers 49 50 Journallsm Staff 50 51 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Music Apprectatlon 49 Student Coun cl 51 YTeens 49 Spamsh Club 51 McBRIDE HAROLD EARL Son of Mr and Mrs John Anderson To take thtngs as they come ns the best way Weedy Wtttncusm The dungeon Mlck was tn Intramural Baseball 49 50 51 Intramural Ba etball 49 50 51 McCAFFERTY FRANKLIN HUGH Son of Mr and Mrs Frank McCafferty Thy modesty as a candle to thy ment Weedy Wnttucusrn Sclence Club float Frankue was tn College Club 51 Intramural Basketball 50 Musuc Apprecaatton 50 Room Agent 51 Sctence Club 50 51 presadent 50 secretary 51 Student Councnl 51 McCULLOUGH EVA ALICE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Vtrgtl McCullough Mad about sports Weedy Wrttlcusrn Are you a Democrat or Repub lucan" IH: Duckb ac was an Baseball 49 50 Basketball 4 50 Vo yball 9 50 51 Retail e tn 51 McDONALD ALICE MAY Daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto N McDonald A lught heart lnves long Weedy Wnttucusm People who cheat un canasta Il-ll Mac sl Ducky was tn Chorus 49 Baseball 50 Bas ketball 50 Retatl Sellung 51 McDONOUGI-I MARILYN JOANNE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph McDonough A sunny dns posmon ls half the battle Weedy Wtttxcssm Eight houses up on Central lHt Nedj Jo y was In Band 50 51 Y Q 51 Room Agent 50 Student Council 50 McINTOSH LEWIS EARL Son of Mr and Mrs S F Mclntosh It only takes a three cent stamp to I-armg us heart to heart Weedy Wltttcusm Recetvnng letters from a certam gurl Loule or Mac was tn Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Room Agent 49 NEDELCOFF PHYLLIS MARIE Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Nedelcoff Wut IS the flower of the umagmatnon Weedy Wxttnclsm People who dont say what they mean or dont mean what they say Phul was nn Chorus 49 Basketball 50 Secretarys Club 51 Y1eens 50 51 secretary 51 Honor Socnety 51 NEES SUSAN GAIL Daughter of Mr and Mrs G C Nees The word tmposslble IS not In my dtctuonuy Weedy Wnttucnsm Bored meetings and sux gurls tellmg me how to druve P V Susle was n College Club 51 Future Teachers 49 50 presndent 50 Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volleyball 49 50 51 Journalusm Staff 50 51 Masque and Gavel 50 51 vuce presndent 51 Student Councnl 49 50 51 Spamsh Club 51 Honor Society 51 OAKLEY DONALD EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs Wnlluam B Oakley Just a peck of fun Weedy Wlttlcnsm Keeping track of Youth Chour rehearsals Shy Guy was un Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Room Agent 49 OFFEN BAKER DONALD WAYNE Son of Mr and Mrs Ray Offenbaker How wonderful to be a celebrtty' Weedy Wuttncusm People who want my auto graph but forget to pay for at Offte was tn Intramural Ba eball 49 50 51 Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 R all Selllng 50 51 ORR BARBARA JEAN Daughter ot Mr and Mrs Charles E Parshall If anything If spoken m lest tt IS not fur to turn It to earnest Weedy Wuttucusm People asknng Do you bleach your hatr'7 Barb was ID College Club 51 Penmanshvp Club 50 Sci ence Club 51 Spanish Club 51 Y1'eens 51 Thsrty Seven 1 ' 1 . . 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I , - 2 . ,Q 11 11 '- 1 1 1 I ' ' 1 1 I I l -.1 ' I '- 11 Ar - 11 - - 1 es '1'1': 1 - - - I 11 - 1 11 11 11 11 ' 1 ' 1 I 1 1 I "u 1 I 1 1 'I A 1 ' I 1 ' ' I1 1- . . i- : ' x POSEY WILLIAM EDWARD Thnrty Eught ORR JOHN HENRY Son of Mr and Mrs Nurrel Orr One cannot always be a hero but one can always be a man Weedy Wuttrclsm Gurl wrth short haur Johnny was In Cross Country 49 SO ra 9 ORR ORVILLE OTTIE Son of Mr and Mrs John Le s A man wrth a twinkle has eye Weedy Wuttlcusm Boys with permanents Orvne was In Chorus A9 S anrsh Club 51 Mas ue and Gavel D Q 51 Sales Orgamzatuon 49 50 51 ORRIS PATRICIA ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Orrus A qunet mald and yet there hes a shmrng humor nn her eyes Weedy Wnttnclsm Rubb r buggy bumpers w s un Band 49 50 Chorus 49 Basketball 49 La Renaussance 50 51 Room Agent 49 50 YTeens 49 PEFFERS ANNA LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ira W Pefters Chatterbox Weedy Wrttlclsm Someday hell come along Im stlll want: g IH M ou Stun y was In Baseball 50 Basketball 51 Secretary s Club 51 Room Agent 49 Y T ens 49 50 51 PETTIT MARCELLA MAY Daughter of Mrs M Johnson What rs so rare as a day m June7 Weedy Wlttucnsm Hawanan gurls llrlu Addl Marcy was an Busmess Staff 51 Chorus 49 50 51 Retaul Sell In 0 PORTER PHYLLIS JEAN Daughter of Mrs Rachel Pfeffer Now grave now gay but never dull Weedy Wrttlclsm Always wantmg what as not u was In Chorus 49 0 asketball 49 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Secretarys Club 51 secretary YTeens 49 50 51 PORTER STANTON LEE Son of Mr and Mrs Ralph G Porter A smrle ouls Iufes bearings Weedy Wrttlcnsm T V Wlggles lHl Budj Stan was un Golf 49 lntramural Baseball 50 51 lntramural Trades and Industries Club 51 Son of Mr and Mrs H E Posey O graclous God how far have we profand thy heavenly grft of Posey' Weedy Wat tlclsm Trylng to show certam people a good tlme ng Re was ln lntramural Baseball 49 50 51 lntramural Basketball 49 50 51 Varslty Football 50 POTTER MONA JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Potter The Sophlstuuted Lady Weedy Wlttuclsm I woman s prlvelege to chang her mmd lHl Nancyj was un Cheer Leaders 49 5 B seball 9 5 B e a 5 o all 49 0 YTeens 5 51 Scretarys u 51 Honor Society 51 POUND JANE DORBERT Daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Pound She as wlse who talks but Irttle Weedy Wlttlcrsm Always being mlsunder tood Benng away from .IHS Janne was In College Cu 51 Baseball 51 Basketball 51 Room Agent 51 Y Teens 51 Jacksontown Hugh School Bulletin Staff 49 50 asslstant edutor 50 Glee Club 49 50 Basketball 49 50 Baseball 49 50 Junlor Class Play 50 PRIEST DALE FREDERICK Son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Prnest l love school Indeed I do But oh Im glad Im nearly through Weedy Wlt tlclsrn S hool when l could be huntlng was rt lntramural Basketball 49 50 51 Trad s and lndustrues C u 51 PYLE PATRICIA ANN Daughter of Mr a d Mrs Harold R Pyle Im lltle my' Weedy Wuttlcesm Bored meetnngs basketball rules and decoratung for the homecomlng dance Shorty was un College Club 51 Future Teachers treasurer 50 Basketball 49 50 51 Baseball 49 Vo eyball 49 50 51 Journaltsm St ff 50 51 La sance 50 51 vuce presrdent 51 Masque and Gavel Patron Staff 49 Student Councll 51 YTeens 49 but oh tramlng P 4 O 5 51 Renaus 50 5 50 tv I I 1 : , ' ' ' 1 " s '51: Hi-Y '49, '50, 'Sli 1 ck 4, '50, '51, ' ' I . . ez ' ' Ian ,. 5 ,,,,a,.. BI 1- , I , I .MI iI II XIIIH HL ,, or ., - k ,, - . I ,SII I - I 9 1 I I 'I 1 I ' ' X ,Q I . I Q I5 I ISII t I 1 f ' , ,,ph.I,. ' . , .5I B , I ,SOI ,53I 1 Basketball '49, '50: '51g Room Agent '49p Speedball '49g f ' I rr - - . r Irr rrB'T dn - , I 1 I , I , I , I . I - , I ,51I . :"t'sa' I 'Z' e - I -I In nam., - . I '50, ' 17 a '4 , ' 0, '51g ask tb ll '49, '50, ' 15 V l- leyb ' , '5I, '51g - '49, ' 0, ' 4 e ' Cl b Il b I' , ' : I ' A A ' : I ' : - - 4 'I ,. C ' I' - It, MFI DI., I' ' I b ' , ' ' ' ' .' .'1 ' '. 1 ' 1' ' . . ' I - -' In 1. at., or ,, ,, - , I , QI ,5 I , I . I f I , I , I . OI . I ll ' , ' . ' 1 ' 6 ' , ' 1 ' - , I , I - I - . I , I 1 II QUICKEL, JAMES JOSEPH Son of Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Quickel: Witty, carefree, full of fun. Happy-go-lucky, son-of-a-gun. Weedy Witticism: "My tail at the Zanesville game." "Kannuckle" was in Chorus , ' , '51, lntramural Basketball 50: Varsity Baseball RADCLIFF CAROL LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wulkne Radcltff Its so peaceful tn the country Weedy Wntttcnsm Bonnte Buddte and blue buggles IH: Bonmel Lou ee sy was tn Chorus 49 50 51 YTeens 50 Future Homemakers 49 50 Sales Organ lzatron 50 Sctence Club 51 RADER CLARK CALDWELL JR Son of Mr and Mrs Clark C Rader An outdoor sportsmen through and through Weedy Wttttcusm School when I could be hunttng Shotgun was In Spanish Club 51 RAUCK ANNIS IRENE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank O Rauck Why be sortous? It tsnt any fun Weedy Wttttctsm People who thunk I trt Anme was nn Band 49 50 51 Camera Club 49 50 La Renaissance 49 50 YTeens 49 50 51 RECTOR LAWRENCE ROOSEVELT, JR Son of Mr and Mrs L R Rector Man was not meant to we alone Weedy Wtttlctsm The mustache guy tn 205 Larry was tn Intramural Basketball 49 50 51 Trades and Industries Club 51 REGAN PATRICIA ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Guy Regan Must: th ar Weedy Wttttctsm Ttred songs Goodntght Irene a was tn Chorus 49 50 REINBOLD WILLIAM BRUCE Son of Mr and Mrs E B Reunbold lo sure you are rtgnt then go ahead Weedy Wttttctsm Oh how I hate to get up tn the mornung Wt y w s In College Club 51 Renatssance 50 51 Masque and Gavel 51 Pre Fltght 50 Sclence Club 51 Varstty Football 50 manager Reserve Football 49 50 RICHEY LEON EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs George Rtchey Stop' Look' and Ltsten' Hera I come' When I step tn well thtngs do hum' Weedy Wttttctsm l love the way you say goodmghtl lHt Mortal Tex was tn Annual Staff 50 51 edutor 51 College Club tramural Basketball 50 51 Mustc Appreceatnon 51 Raduo 50 51 Sports Announcer 50 51 Chatrman 51 Reserve Basketball 49 Speedball 49 Student Councul 50 51 vue- presndent 51 Varstty Baseball 49 50 51 RICHTER VALENTINE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Lowell A Rtchter Thou who ask no fooltsh questtons recetva no loollsh answers Weedy Wtt ttctsrn Must l have one? Val was ID College Club 51 vtce presudent Basketball 49 50 Volleyball 49 50 51 La Renaissance 50 51 Masque and Gavel 51 Musuc Apprectatton 49 Patron Staff 50 Room Agent 49 Student Councll 49 50 YTeens 49 50 Honor Soclety 51 RICKRICH CAROL JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Rtckrnch Out of school life unto ltfes school Weedy Wntttctsm Char that stgn dtd say stop dndnt lt? nc w s In seball 49 0 5 as x all 49 50 V e ball 50 51 YTeens 50 51 Secretary s Club 51 Business Staff 50 RIDENBAUGH LELAND GAIL Son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Rndenbaugh Chuck Gull of good common sense Weedy Wntttcnsm Stay too long tn one place Lee was In Cross Country 50 51 Intramural Basketball 50 51 Sales Organlzatton 51 Track 51 RIEHL SUSAN JANE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul R Rtehl Sha II sung hor way through Ish Weedy Wttttctsm St Valentmes Day 1951' Suste was tn Chorus 49 50 51 Future Homemakers 49 Basketball 49 YTeens 49 50 Q my Thtrty Nvne 49 50 ' 49 50 51 1 . I - t .ll If 4 rl D - I I 1 .l 1 7 1 , , . I. I' '. 1 . ' Z ,, 1 . .,, f . . : ' in e i. 4 - - : H - I V tt, up ft, Q Rx . . . .4 'z' , -- ' A .U rl fl' H a' - ' 1 :A La I '51g Spanish Club '51p Intramm.lral.BasebaIl '49', '50, '51: ln- ' I ' : ' : I I ' ' r l . 'C , t , ' ' '.""'R'k" a ' Ba l' ,'5,'l:B - 'etb ' , ' . 'Sly oll y '49, ' , ' g - '49- t I . . ' z ,Q ' I . , - 'H Y be ' 1. - fr A , r , I , I I 7 h . 'X i. RILEY THOMAS PATRICK Forty RILEY GEORGE ALBERT Son of Mr and Mrs Herbert G Riley Ne as an all round good sport Weedy Wrttrcrsm People who use up all the hot water Bush was an Reserve Basketball 49 Track 4 50 51 Varsrty Basketball 50 51 Varsrty Football Son of Mrs J A Rlley Ltvm the lute of Ruleyll Weedy Wlttlclsm Cys right arm leaving at 9 was In tramural Baseball 49 50 51 Spanish Club 51 Speedball 49 50 Varsrty Basketball 50 51 ROBERTS EUGENE EARL Son of Mr J A Roberts Into each hfe some ram must fall Weedyowrttrcrsm Ram on Saturday Or was In olf H Y ROSE SHIRLEY ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde A Rose Ask me no ques trons and III tell no hes Weedy Wrttrcrsrn People who ask sally questrons Thats not George' Rosle was rn Chorus 49 50 51 Allred Youth 50 51 Honor Socnety 51 ROSEBRAUGH WILSON WOODBRIDGE Son of Mr and Mrs Wrlson Rosebraugh May you lrva all the days of your life Weedy Wlttlcnsm Oh those nights at the Crystal presldent 5 I wsm oegeClub 51 HY 9 5 51 Intramural Baseball 50 51 l.a Renaissance ROWE BETTY JOAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Notley Rowe Quuet sweet wrth out concert Weedy Wuttrcrsm Gettrng my brother up b 730 rn the mornrng Betty was In YTeens 49 50 51 RUSCHAUPT DONALD CHARLES Son of Mr and Mrs Charles Ruschaupt All great men are dymg and l dont feel well myself Weedy Wrttzcrsm Try mg to fund a gurl for a certam sponge QD KJ Charley was nn College Club 51 Spanlsh Club 51 Intramural Bas netball 49 51 Journalism Staff 50 51 Edutor 51 Student Councll 49 50 Reserve Football 49 Varsity Football 50 Honor Socrety 51 RUSSELL CONRAD EUGENE Son of Mr and Mrs Carl Russell School In general Weedy Wlttlclsm School Russ was an Sales Organization 49 RYAN SUZANNE Daughter of Mr and Mrs E D Ryan I love convouatron Weedy Wnttxcrsm Flour water and short pants Susre was nn Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volle Y 49 50 Spanish Club 51 YTeens 49 50 SAYLOR RICHARD ARLEN Son of Mr and Mrs Wllbur Dunn Happy-golucky' Weedy Wuttrcrsm Remember those weekends Bob Bull and Duck? R was an Golf 49 50 51 HIY 50 51 vice pres: en 51 Intramural Basketball 50 51 Speedball 49 50 SCHEIBER NAOMI JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Schelber Out of snght but not out of mlnd Weedy Wlttuclsm Dustance between here and Japan What say Charles? Jeanne SCHICK WILLIAM ALLEN Son of Mr and Mrs Frank J Schrck A blue eye rs a true aye Weedy Wrttncrsm Those beautnful blue eyes IH: Barbl Whaley was In Chorus 49 50 51 wx SCHMUTZLER. ALICE JANE Daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Schmutzler The armed forces Weedy Wnttrclsm Oh those Army boys lHuh Jeannel Smoocher was In YTeens 49 50 51 SCHULTZ JANET LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs R M Engllsh Wherever I go I manage to :reate a luttle excitement Weedy Wuttucnsm Fall :ng off Cornell steps hey what Bob' Fug: was In ase 49 0 sketball 49 50 V e a SCOTT CHARLOTTE SUE Daughter of Mr and Mrs R E Scott Shes engaging shes lovely Weedy Wlttucusm Carol Jean w s tht a sop su n" Char or Scottne was un Baseball 49 51 Bas et 49 50 51 Volleyba 49 50 51 Room Agent A Y eens 49 50 51 SENS JAMES FREDERICK Son of Mr and Mrs Fred Sens Youth comes but once ln a llfetume Weedy Wuttlclsm Talk against the Marines Jnm was an College Club 51 Room Agent 51 Cal ed back Into the Marme Corps on October I2 1950 SIEGLE SHIRLEY ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Suegle Don t ask me why' Weedy Wuttrclsm I arn bltmg my fungernanls over you ll-In edj lrley was In Baseball 49 50 51 Bas et SILLIN MARY ELIZABETH Daughter of Mr and Mrs N C Slllun Pretty to walk with wrtty to talk wuth and pleasant to know Weedy Wtttncnsm Dad you get a letter today7 IH: Patl Luz was In A I d uth 50 51 B seball 49 50 5 Basketball 49 50 Volleyball 49 50 51 Spanrsh Club 51 treasurer YTeer1s SIMS ROBERT FRANKLIN gets there lust the same Weedy Wnttlcnsm Prevmes' llsnt that rught Bald'Jl Ode was tn Spamsh Club 51 Class Offncer 50 presudent Reserve Basketball 49 Speedball 49 50 51 Varsity Basketball 50 51 SMITH CARROLL RICHARD Son of Mr and Mrs Francus A Smith For even tho van qulshed he could argue stull Weedy Wutuctsm People who dont see thnngs my way New guy was nn H1 Y 50 Varsrty Football 50 SMITH MARGARET EUGENIA Daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Smlth Wlth mirth and laughter let old wrmlrles some Weedy Wnttncnsm Those out of town boys' 'Hu Bonnlel e w s n Band Busuness Stall 49 Chorus 49 50 Baseball 49 Volleyball 49 50 Red C o s 51 Sales Organnzatson 49 0 SMITH MILDRED AGNES Daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard W Smnth My heart ls flxd Weedy Wnttvcnsm 730 P M August 19 1950 IH: Duc ne Oh what fools we mortals be Isnt that rrght Frans? ne or Mrs Brandt was an Basketball 4 Volleyball 49 SMITH PATRICIA JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Smnth Mlrth IS the meds une of lrfe lt cures nts ulls and calms :ts stnfe Weedy Wnt tlcrsm Yeh Jane doubtung Thomas The gang Mole was ln Cheer Leaders 49 50 51 Class Olfrces 49 sec r ary Baseball 49 SO Ba tball 9 5 o leyball 49 50 51 Room Agent 49 YTeens 49 50 SMITH PAUL ELLIS Son of Mr and Mrs J W Smtth Dont take Isle too se nously youll never get out of at ahve Weedy Wnttlcssm Frye minute bells Dugger was In S-:sence Club 50 Room Agent 50 Forty One , Vg , ' ,. . V: B I ball ' , '5 p Ba ' , ' , 'Sly oll yb ll '50, '51, . l ' " 1: I' I A , a a I t .9 ,. H 1, -,, 4 , ,, F k ' ball ' , , ' 5 ll ' , ' , ' 7 '97 'T , I , ', ' If - H 1 ' : I I I ll 1 ,I R Hshf ,, . , , . I , I k Q ball '5l. I H - A -I .rr ,I - H - H-e' Yo ,mia ,lamb ,,,,,5l: '49, '50, '5ll ' ' ' ' T Son of Mr.'and Mrs. F. G. Sims: He'.s slow and easy, but he ,n . ,z A ,, .' .- , C512 1 - I X .' . -,L up gn B i ' ,Sb l , l 1 r 5' ' 5 V V ' ' ' , l'5 . .ki EA I 1 z , ., A ' , b "Mill' " . " ' ' 95 ev 1 ' ,' ,351,' ske '4, '50, '1g'Vlj , Forty Two SNOOR KATHERINE ALICE Daughter ot Mr and Mrs Russell Snoor Man has has wall but woman has her way Weedy Wuttrcrsm Esther and I tryrng to get Bull and Wayne to go places on week ends H s Katy was In Future Homemakers 50 SPENCER ROBERT RUPERT Son of Mr James E Spencer Lrfe rs gust a bowl of soup Weedy Wuttuclsm Too many people In the world Trebos SPIKER GERALD ZANE Son of Mr and Mrs Serle Sprker Hu heart rs open as the the day Weedy Wrttrclsm Blonds Spnke was th Cross untry 49 50 5l r ac 50 STAFFORD RICHARD ERLE Son of Mrs Marlon Holcomb Open the door Rnchard Weedy Wrttrcrsm Country school buses Duck was rn Intramural as etball 49 50 5 Sales Organrzatron 49 5 T Speedball 49 STEELE HOMER CHARLES Son of Mr and Mrs James Steele Wellttmed silence has more eloquence than speech Weedy Wrttrcxsm 313 fo a home room Skup was In Intramural Baseball 50 lntra 'nural Basketball 49 50 Sl Speedball 49 50 5l Varslty Basketball 49 50 5I manager STEELE JAMES JR Son ol Mr and Mrs James R Steele Any color as long as ts Red rs the color that suuts me best Weedy Wrttrcusm Also blends Red was In Intramural Basketball 49 5l Science Club 50 Track 49 50 Varsity Football 50 5l STEELE JEREMIAH Son of Mr and Mrs Mules Steele Hrs heart rs as true as Steele Weedy Wlttncusm Some people who call me bugs Bugs was an Intramural Baseball 49 Reserve Bas ketball 49 Track 49 50 Varsity Basketball 50 Varsity otball 49 50 STICHTER WILLIAM JOSEPH JR Son of Mr W J Strchter Just bemg happy rs a good thang Weedy Wuttlctsm Gettrng beat by Zanesvrlle was rn Intramural Basketball 50 5 y Club 49 50 secretary 50 Reserve Basketball 49 Track 49 50 Varsut Football 49 50 5l STIFF PEGGY JOANNE Daugther ot Mr and Mrs Leo Staff A mee gurl plus a pleas ant smrle Weedy Wrttrcrsm People who wear my gloves whsle my hands freeze Hr Joyl Peg was rn Busrness Staff 50 Chorus 49 50 5l Baseball 50 Volleyball 5l Allred Youth 50 Penmanshlp Club 50 Secretarys Club 5l Honor Socvety 5I SWART1 DONALD CHARLES Son ol Mr and Mrs Aaron M Swartz Ho s known by all h plays football Weedy Wnttlcrsm Playmg football Don was rn Key Club 50 5l Intramural Baseball 49 Intramural Basketball 49 50 5l Scrence Club 5l Track 49 50 5l Varsity Football 49 50 5l THROPP JACK ADKINS Son of Mrs Mame Thropp To be sulent would ba the death of me Weedy Wnttrcusm Stayrng out tnll frve oclock on a school nrght then to get my car the rest of the week Jerk Therp was In HIY 50 Intramural Baseball 49 Intra mural Basketball 49 Radio 49 Room Agent 49 50 5l Speedball 49 Varsrty Debate 49 TOLAND ROBERT FRANKLIN Son of Mrs Nevah Toland Poets are born not patd Weedy Wrttrcusm To love Ilve and dre for the band Bob was In Band 49 50 51 Class Offlcers 49 president Student Councll 49 50 1 I II Hd 11 11 . 1 I I I 1 - -'- - 11 I 11 11 r rr - Co ' , ' , ' 1 H'-Y '50, Tr k '49, ' , '5I. 1 B ll ' 1 ' 1 ' T: ' ' ' 1 '01 '5 1 1 A I . A ' ' ' 1 " r 11 11 1 11 - 1 I I , ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I' - - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - . . . : , , I ,, ,, . . 1 . I 11 I11 11 11 - ' 1 I 150I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 lr Al Q 4 I- 4 I rr 1 III11 11 I 11 .I I I 1 I I II II I 1 I ISI 1 1 1 o , , . I 1 1 - 1 1 1 I 11 . 1 I11 HBIH11 - 1 I 1 II Ke 1 I 1 I 15II 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 Y X 4 1 1 1 1 ' . 'I rl rl rl - - I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 ' 5 e - 1 1 I 11 - 11 11 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1' I ' 1 1 I 1' 1 1 I , I 1 1 I1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - :11 - 1 A 1 1 I ' - 17 I 1 1 ' 1 I I1 1 1 1 1 1 . I , I . 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 , , 5l. TOLLIVER DONALD LEROY Son of Mr and Mrs Chrls Tolluver I greet the earth ln nts rosy morn Weedy Wuttucrsm Gettung up In the mormng Don was In Intramural Baseball 49 50 Spanush Club TOOTHMAN DELORIS MAE Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Toothrnan A cheery sml1e a happy way we luke to greet her every day Weedy Wat tucnsm Corn purnpkrns and emergency brakes IH: Gerry Alrce and Path Tooth was In Baseball 51 Basketball 50 51 Volleyball 50 Allred Youth 51 Masque and Gavel 51 Y Teens 50 51 TRUEX WILLIAM EARL Son of Mr and Mrs G N Truex Up up and away' Weedy Nrttr :sm The llttle man lr' 5 was un Trades and 'ndc trres Club 51 yzce presld nt TUCKER THEODORE CHARLES Son of Mr and Mrs T S Tucker God bless the man who Invented sleep Weedy Wrttrcusm Gettung up rn the morn an Ted was In Cross Country 50 La Renaussance 50 TURNER ROLLAND LUTHER Son of Mr and Mrs Horace L Turner I wrsh I could dnve a hot rod Weedy Wuttrcrsrn Race cars I cant drnve o e UTTERBACK JANET RAE Daughter of Mr and Mrs R M Utterback My happnness ns not complete wnthout you Weedy Wuttucnsrn Cold feet .lan was rn Busrness Staff 50 Chorus A9 College Club a eball 49 0 Ba t a 5 51 Vo e ball 49 50 51 Masque and Gavel 50 51 Spanrsh Club 51 presudent YTeens 49 50 51 VAIEA PAULINE GEORGIA 9 be short only a nuisance Weedy Wnttncnsm People who call ne shorty Polly was IU Chorus 51 Class Offlces 49 yuce presrdent Rdno 50 Room Agent 51 Student councvl 50 Red Cross 51 YTeens 50 51 Honor Society VAN DEVENDER FRANCES MAUDE Guarduan Mrs L M Warnock Good nature rs a powerful magnet Weedy Wrttlclsrn Oh what fools we mortals be Aunt that rlght Mtllre'9 Wartrng pattently for .IR to come home on leave lOh that Army Arr Forcel Fans was In Chorus 49 50 Future Homemakers -19 VAN METER GENE DELMAR Son of Mr and Mrs Charles W Van Meter Tune wants for no man Weedy Wuttrcusm The trme spent In the halls be fore classes an was an Band 49 5 VAN WINKLE LOIS ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ross Van Wunkie Gettmg lost can e un W edy Wrttlc g t a Chuck le out of getttn lost but you can Pat on the back for frndtng the way home Louls was ln Chorus A9 VARRASSO JOSEPH ANTHONY Son of M and Mrs P Varrasso Sunday Drrvmg Weedy Wrtttc sm Women drryers oe w s rn Trades and In J strles C ub 51 press ent VERMILION MARILYN EILEEN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Lowell W Vermtlron She rules her mmd Weedy Wtttrctsm People spelltng my last name wrth two ls mme V w s rn an 5 51 Chorus 49 50 51 La Renalssance 50 51 Masque and Gavel 50 ens 0 A ved Yout Forty Three 'sr ' ' I - AC-I . ' ' 20 :,. ,,5iH,,' - ' - gru 1: 11 . V A 7 ' 1 I I ' A V+ ' r 2 ul 1 I - 'Ar HR I4 ii ." r '51g B S ' , '5 , '5Ig ske b ll '49, ' ' 5. ll y- ' , ' 1 - ' , t ' - I .1 , N ' . . 3 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geor e Vaieaf llt isn't a crime to 751' 7 J - , : I ' HV ,, I , I t OI ,514 ' 1: f . e V ' lsml "I e Z ' g , v me ' r. , . 1 ' ' . ' 'I : ' "J " a ' - - 'u l ' , 'd . I "M ' s ' B a '40, 'o, ' t V 'srl Y4Te "5 , '51: sr ' rt "so, '51. ' A Forty Four VERMILLION RACHEL BARBARA Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Verm:ll:on The tlme between weekends Weedy W:tt:c:sm Those weekend dances and out of town boys CH: Bonn:eJ Barb was :n Chorus 49 50 Future Homemakers 49 Baseball 50 Basketball 50 Volleyball 50 Retall Selllng 50 51 YTeens 51 WADE RUTH JANET Daughter of Mr and Mrs Marshall Wade Pra:se be to Alexander Graham Bell' Weedy W:tt:c:sm Wa:t:ng for the phone to rung IH R:ckJ Jan was :n Band 49 50 51 WAGNER HARRIET LOUISE Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Wagner Golden qual:t:es attract lastmg frlendshnp Weedy W:tt:c:sm K:d ou should have heard I mean you should have seen oh kud you should have been there IH: Shagsb Harruet was :n Chorus 49 Baseball 49 50 Volleyball 49 50 51 Bas ketball 49 50 Secretarys Club 51 YTeens 49 50 51 Allied Youth 51 WALLACE NANCY ANNE Daughter of Mr and Mrs W A Wallace See her mot:ons watch her step Watch her grve the crowd the pep Weedy W:tt:cusm A woman :s known by her good Deeds M:ke was an Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volley ball 49 50 51 Buslness Staff 50 Cheerleaders 49 50 gg Cgallege Club 51 Room Agent 49 50 YTeens 49 5 WATERS CAROL JEAN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Theodore Ladutka Carol all the year round :nstaad of rust at Chrlstmas Weedy W:tt:c1sm Barnes h:ves bees O Mon: IH: Shagsj Carol was n Camera Club 49 College Club 51 Baseball 49 50 51 sance 50 treasurer 50 Allred Youth 51 Room Agent 49 YTeens 49 50 51 WEBB BEULAH FAYE Daughter of Mr and Mrs H M Webb A modest manner becomes a maid Weedy W:tt:c:sm People who ask f lm from Georgua KH: Bobl Rebel was :n Chorus 49 50 51 Penmanshlp Club 49 50 Retail Selling 50 51 WENZEL ROBERT LEE Son of Mr and Mrs Jos:e Montanaro The happrost man :s the person who thanks the most lnterestlng thoughts Weedy W:tt:c:sm Short people fesp femalesl Bud or Shorty was un Bus:ness Staff 50 51 assnstant busnness manager 50 Future Teachers 49 50 H:Y 50 51 Intramural Base 9 51 lntrarnura Basketball 49 50 51 Room Agent 49 WESTLAKE BONNIE JEAN Daughter of Mrs Beatnce Westlake The t:me between 4 P M Frlday and 830 A M Monday Weedy W:tt:c:sm Those short weekends KH: kudsl was :n Re a: S :ng 50 51 WHIPPLE MARJORIE ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs C V Whupple Stars do not shout they only shine Weedy Wlthcesm I knew somethlng was wrong w:th me Marge was :n Baseball 49 50 51 Basketball 49 50 51 Volleyball 49 50 Student Councul 51 YTeens 49 50 51 Spanrsh Club 51 WHITE DOUGLAS LEE Son of Mr and Mrs Everett E Wh:te An equal mlxture of sports Weedy W:tt:c:sm Whats l:fe w:thout baseball and basketball? Doug was :n Intramural B seball 51 l tamural Basketball 49 50 Speedball 49 1 - ' ' 1 1' 11 11 11 - 1 1 l ' ' 1 I' 1 1 1 I - l - 1' I 1 1 1 1 , I ' 1 1 . I 1 1 1 I ,,: 1 1 1. il-.111111 - 1'1'1. R - fs. 1 . . yl F- i I 1 11 11 - 11 1 1 . I A- , l I I I ' I I r r I I V ' 1 1 I 1 1 D 1 1 1 , - 1 '1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . . . . : ' 1 I 1 - - - . 11 . 11 11 - 11 1 ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 I h I ' ' . 1 .1 1 I A 1 1 1' I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , 1 1 . 1 I I I V ' A . 1 1 1 , 11 11 11 l - - - .II II Il i. ' 1 I' ' ' 7 , ' 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 Basketball '49, '50, '51g Volleyball '49, '50, '51p La Rena:s- 1 1 - 1 I I 1 A A I F 7 - 1 1 - 1 I . . ' .D I . H : A I 1 I I A - 11 11 11 - 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 . g 1 , 1 1 1 . - 1 1 1 ,L 1 1 1 1 - 1 - - - - 11 11 11 11 1'1 11 . ' . , ,' . ' . 1 1 1 , 1 1 A - 1 1 A ball '4 ' - I I I Q I' l ' ' - - I1 1 1 1 1 1 l I . ", I' ." "B: J." ' t ell' ' ' 1 5 . . . . . I 11 - - 11 11 11 - 1 1 1 . I I .I I I I , 'I 1 1 I 1 F 1 , 1 1 1 I - 1 I ' I 1 1 ' 1 ' . - ,1 ' , . l . ' -11 11 11 ' - 3 1 I n- , 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 . WHITE ROGER DALE Son of Mrs Anna B Wh:te Luttle we know of hum but what we know :s good Weedy W:tt:c:sm People who call me Roger Wh:t:e WIGTON SUE EILEEN Daughter of Mrs Laken C Wngton and the late Laken C Wngton Sha says that vanety :s the space of hh 'ealousy the root of eval Weedy W:tt:c:sm Bored meetungs and copper PV Suzy Q was :n Camera Club 50 Chorus 49 College Club 51 Future Teachers 50 secretary Base 0 Bas et all 4 50 51 Spamsh Clu treasurer Journal:sm Staff 50 51 Muslc Apprecuahon 50 Yleens 49 WILLEY SANDRA JO Daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen W:lley Got a stuck of gum any lund wnll do Weedy W:tt:c:sm Open House Yo Em Sand: was :n Busxness Staff 49 50 51 College Club 51 Future Teachers 50 Baseball 51 Basketball 51 la Renals sance 50 51 Llbrary Assxstants 49 50 51 MUSIC D prec:at:on 49 50 51 treasurer 51 Patron Staff 49 50 Allned Youth 50 51 secretary 50 51 Room Agent 50 Vars:ty Debate 49 50 51 YTeens 49 50 51 sergeant at arms 50 WILLIAMS JOY ANNETTE Daughter of Mrs George Copas Jolly and gay she s always that way Weedy Wuttncnsm To be hollowed at about gloves Joy Bug McLeansboro Hugh School lll:nous GAA 49 50 Dramat:c Club 50 Commerc Club 50 Scuence Club 49 WILLS DONALD EVERTT llve but how Weedy W:tt:c:sm Stayung out of school the hrst day of huntuno season Buck was :n Intramural Bas e all 49 0 WOLFE JAMES EDWARD Son of Mr Cary P Wolfe Women l nenther hate nor love them you may :all :t toleratnon Weedy W:ttucs:m People that are always late Jam was :n Band 49 0 WOLFE JANET RUTH Daughter of Mr and Mrs H E Wolfe T:s true she s very much mclmed to chm and tall: wnth all manlund Weedy Wutt:c:srn Oh that black Ponhac convertuble IH: Duckll Jan was nn Band 49 50 51 Marlorette 49 50 Head Malorette 51 Chorus 49 Baseball 50 YTeens 49 Band olncnl 51 WOLFLE SHIRLEY ANN Daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Wollle S:lanca :s one of the hardest argumente to refute Weedy W:tt:c:sm People w o thunk they know :t all KH: Bobl S :r or BIond:e was :n Chorus 49 Future Homebakers 49 Baseball 49 50 ketball 49 50 Vo ball 9 WOOLARD HELEN Daughter of Mr and Mrs W:ll:am Woolard Silence :s the perfect herald of Joy Weedy W:tt:c:sm Havmg to push a 19 green Ford lH: D Ll Wooley was :n Chorus .49 Baseball 51 Volleyball 50 Retanl Sell:ng 51 WOOLES JOHN CROSBY Son of Mr and Mrs J Wooles Although the last not the least Weedy W:tt:c:sm Teachers l:ke Desste Jack was tn Intramural Basketball 49 50 Speedball 49 Forty Fwe 1 . , : .' . . . i . V 1. 11 ' 11 1 : 1 - ball'5,'51g .kB '9,' ,' ,," ,fb :51, 1 I 1 I 7 4: - I 1 1 I 1 1 ii l A 1 , Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Wills: lt matters not how long we ktb ','5,'5:. ' , V., 111 1. ' - 1 '15 151. , . . . . 1 " i C I I I 1 1 I ' I 1 h - ' -I ' .1 1. h. I.. 11 - 1: '51g Bas ' ', ' , f5:, lley '4', '50, '5:. ' ' , M I ,, V ,Q4 . . I , Forty S4 BACCALAUREATE Escorted by Ann Barrnck and Susan Nees members of the Class of l95O found their places for the annual Bac calaureate service held In the hugh school audrtorlum durrng the afternoon of May 28 l95O The Symphonette under the durectron of Myron A menlco Savlno The Reverend R B Frederlck of the Furst Church of the Nazarene pronounced the lnvocatlon Next the Newark Hugh School Chorus sang Sanctus from the St Cecllla Mass Gounod vvtth Wendell M Jones dlrectung Some Essentual Electnves was the subgect chosen by the Reverend John C Updegraff of the Central Church of Christ forthe occasvon Follovvung the address the Chorus sang Angels Ever Brnght and Fanr Handel Mr and the class retired to the stralns of the Savmo march Ushers from the luntor class were Leon Ruchey Ronald Helman Frank McCafterty Donald Ruschaupt James Cochlan and Robert Larnpton , peafcel played "pfOCeSSiOnall" by DO, Frederick pronounced the Benediction, I 1 - ' ' . 'X COMMENCEMENT Perfect weather helped to sponsor an attractnve setting for the ninety second commencement held at Whnte Fneld at sux flfteen nn the evennng of June l 1950 As the band under the durectuon of Myron A Pearce played Festuval March of the Olympians Carazo Ann Barrrck and Susan Nees ushered the Class of 1950 to theur places preceded by the Board of Edu catnon the commencement speaker a mnnnster th e supersntendent f schools the prvncupal and the vnce prlncspal The Reverend Arthur B Cox of the Fnrst Evangelscal Unuted Brethren Church uttered the Invocatnon The band followed wxth the march Mann tou Heights Christiansen Dr J Gordon Howard president of Otterbeun College used as has sublect for the mam address of the evenung Who Am I7 He was followed by the presentatton of awards Supernntend ent Paul B Edwards making the pres entatlons and the nntroductlon of the Honor Soclety the edrtorlal and bus: ness staffs of the REVEILLE ANNUAL the Student Counctl and students hav mg varuous years of perfect attend ance Presldent of the Board of Edu catuon Stacy Conrad then presented the dlplomas to the graduatnng class Mr Cox pronounced the Beneductnon and the class retured from the scene to the strauns of the march heard earlner as the processlonal Forty Seven 1 , , 5 t . . , ' 1 . . . . . ,, ,, 1 ' 1 1 ' . , . ' ,, . . ,, . . . 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' , o . - 1 1 . . . . 1 . H D . . I . ,, . . . , . . JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM Forty Eught Mnldred Brown Sue James Queen Nancy Haunes Wnlma Butt and Patrncna Roney Amld lavush decoratnons whnch car rned out the theme of a park and soft music by Wayne Martin and Hts Mar trnanrres tumors sensors and thenr oclock on Saturday May 20 1950 at the annual Junior Sensor Prom held an the hugh school gymnasuum By ballot at the door Nancy Haines was chosen prom queen and was crowned by the lunuor class presldent Robert Stms The queens attendants were Patrucua Roney Sue James Mnl dred Brown and Wilma Butt Members of the lunnor class who served as committee chanrmen were ald Helman Karl Gelfer Susan Nees Ann Barrlck and Robert Sums Junnor faculty advnsers who darected the prep aratuons were Mlss Letha Headlee Mass Dorothy Sknnner Mr Ralph Ruce and Mr Arthur Muller 929575 danced from mme To lwelve Sandra Willey, Rodney Howarth, Ron- . 1 I I 1 . y r I . . ' l I ' I ' ' I SENIOR PLAY Row l Seated Donna Bnngham Joyce Butler Patrrcra Halbrooks Carol Evans Marrlyn Edrxs Georgeann Pemck Joseph Parkmson Katherme House Row 2 Anna Lou Harns Joyce Drake Beverly Blowers Shrrley Stazger Jeane Thomas Paul Clufton Elrzabeth Leslue Carol Beckman Llnda Martm Charlene Canter Row 3 Joe Johnson Russell Reud Douglas Johnson Ruchard Senff Davud Roof Allan Tllton Lewus Claggett Wrllram lngler Jean Ann Adams Patrncna Roney Wrllnam Muller Mass Joan Patton producer STARDUST, by Walter Kerr was the 1950 lt was presented during the evenings of May ll and I2 In the hugh school audltorlum at 815 and was produced under special arrange ments wuth The Dramatic Publlshung Company Many of the parts were double cast lNames appearxng turst nn double cast roles appeared on May ll D Bev erly Blowers and Carol Beckman played Marlon Phnpps Russell Read and Lewls Claggett John Redman Donna Bnngham and Charlene Canter Cynthla Keene Douglas Johnson Raumund Brown Anna Lou Harrns Mavis Morlarlty Jean Thomas Mtss Freeman Carol Evans Mlss Roblnson Joyce Butler Mass Jones Joe Johnson Drake and Patrlcsa Holbrooks Stella Brahms Davld Root Phll Ford Marllyn Edrus and Georgeann Penlck Janet Ross Joe Parknnson Mr Bach Paul Cllfton and Ruchard Sentf Jerry Flanagan Jean Ann Adams and Pa trucna Roney Prudence Mason Wal luam lngler and Wnlllam Fleek Muller Arthur Scott Jr Shurley Starqer and Linda Martln Claure Carter and Eliza beth Leslle and Katherme House Dean of Women Mnss Joan Patton durected the play She was asslsted by Nancy Lally and Jean Thomas student directors Sue Knllrnger was choral director Forty Nune 5 1 , , ' 1 play presented by the Senior Class of and Allan Tilton, Tad Vorrhisg Joyce - , 1 , 1 ' 2 I 1 ' F 1 ' I I . 5 - - I J ' . . I I l ' I . - I -7 - I F ' . . I . . I , 1 , J , - 1 , , 1 , ' U ' 1 , J - 8E9T'ALL-AROUND ATHLETE STUDENT antigeni- EDITUR- IN- CHIEF OFTHE REVEILLE ANNUAL PRES! DENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS LEADERS Q?-fwmw Pneswswr or we sruosnr co wvcn. ,fwaavwvf EDl"0R-IN- CHIEF OF THE REVEILLE NEWS SHEET Qwvfgwxk NATIONA L HONORSOCIETY HON0 R STUDENT SENIOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS Rowl Donald Tolluver James Cochlan Bernard Dntter Paul Haas Charles Denms Charles Bradshaw Orville Orr Rodney Howarth Row 2 Patrlcua Pyle Ann Barrlck Marulyn Markle Marlorle Whipple Charlotte Scott Annamae Harman Donald Black Marnlyn Brooks Donna Ankrum Harrnet Wagner Carol Waters Fnf1y Two COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Memornal Commrttee Donna Ankrum Announcement Commnttee James Cochlan Class Party Committee Ann Barrick Motto, Flower, and Colors Committee Charlotte Scott Class Play Commnttee Pat Pyle Class Motto What shall I do to be forever known And make the age to come my own? Class Flower Tallsman roses Class Colors Royal blue and gold 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I oun un.0cR1' 'I 0-n,.ur-15 XA ON YOUR MHQK 'BEHoLv' THE Eowon. RRISES .mmm 3 or Fl KIND Rf cnss nun THE 30,15 ouR GRNG 'N 1 if I. THING' . f ".. , .R 'mv' 1 Nw link -5588011 BLEBHIB. thus wor be 1 sta e what hours we uve To tedvous make up rn The turing room Erskine fyF X I f A Id Q Q , Q' Fifiy-Si x JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS RONALD RICHTER TOM BALDING CYNTHIA HALE RONALD HOLDBROOK Secretary JUNIORS CP I ww WW wr WG' sl. 1 H 1' if A fxfx 3.3 s.4 Row l Carma Acklnn Dons Anderson Ro er-nary Art Dnana Armentrout Burl Ashcraft Esther Bagent Ann Balrd Beverly Baker Row 2 Thomas Baldung Shnrley Banks Wallnam Barclay Wnllnam Barcus Joan Bare Donald Barrett Chrus Baruxes Lola Baughman Row 3 Norma Baughman Frank Beatty Vuolet BeooJ Stewart Beck Thomas Beckett John Beck man Kenneth Black Conrad Blowers Row A George Bouchan Mary Jane Bormg Monford Bounds Nnna Bowden Patrucua Bowman Ed ward Bradley Theodore Bradshaw John Brohard Row 5 JoAnn Brooks Joyce Brown Joanne Buckey Halen Burns Earlene Burrell Jerry Buxton Sandra Calentme Barbara Callen Row 6 Gene Campolo JoAnn Carlusle Betty Carr Roqer Carson Leroy Carter Nancy Cartnal Wayne Cass Fundley Chappelear Row 7 Harold Clark Thomas Clune G orgnanna Cochran Sallre Cochran Una Connatser Walter Connelly Paul Cooperrlcler Joan Coutelluer Fufty Seven Fvfty Etght JUNIORS wwf W IV '-N inn fi' an '14 at Hhs has 65? Row l Paul Cowles James Cromer Ruth Crothers Everett Crothers Kenneth Crouch Quentm Cullr son Barbara Danley Charles Deeds Row 2 Audrey Dement Patrscua Denner Jack Dennus John Dual Peggy Dickey Kenneth Dobbs Fred Dodson Robert Dotson Row 3 Don Dunaway Elnora Echols Phyllis Ellns Vsrglnla Evans Joan Farmer Janet Felumlee Fontanne Push Jamce Fusher Row 4 Julia Fletcher Sally Fletcher Rhoda Fox Carl Frazer Dons Francis Gene Francis Harold Freshour Helen Frey Row 5 Ruchard Fulton Rnchard Gardener Harry Gaydos John George Willram Gonser Melvvn Hal blaub Cynthua Hale Mamse Hall Row 6 Edward Hammond Donald Handel Roger Hanes Wulluam Harbaugh Eddue Mae Harris Ronald Harrls Vnrgvl Hams Robert Hauck Row 7 George Hensey Elnzabeh Henry Donald Hudeg Cravg Hrndman Nancy Hobbs Zoanne Hobbs Ronald Holdbrook Reguna Holland JUNIORS muh 'HF 'W Sn 1- 'Hi' W! 'avi 'f Row I Clyda Holman Thoma Holmes John Wnlluam Hornby Betty Huffman Ruchard Huffman Robert Hughes Glona Humbert Thomas Hunter Row 2 Betty Hupp Vnrgnnua Jeffres Marnlyn Jmks Lvnda Johnston Avanelle Jones Thomas Jones Waunuta Jones James Kemath Row 3 Betty Kidd Wllluam Ktstler JoAnn Knight Joy Koblentz Lynn Kramer Monte Lancvs Glenna Jean Lee Betty Levmgston Row 4 James Lewus Norma Lewns Edward Lnghtle Mary Lvtten Jeannune Lohrman Ruth lucas Catherme McBrlde Wolltam Mcfjafferty Row 5 Robert McCaug Marulyn McCann Ruchard McCoy Ida Lou McDanueI Jerry McDaniel Betty McLaughlin Jack McLaughlin Norma Jean McLaughhn Row 6 Keuth McMullen Wayne McPeek Wllluam MacKenze lane MacNeaIy Wslma Mavnes Elton Malherbe John Massre Carol Meadows Row 7 Raymond Meckley Sue Meloy Rtchard Metz Dm Mtlier Dorothy Muller Robert Muller Wanda Muller Wullnam Mttchell Fifty Nme . W. 'X 1 ly f 5531 , K V H " "-z1T'1- , V. 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I , I Snxty JUNIORS all A 1-.qs 4' 1 5 CN. ...Ju MW Row l Eugene Moore John Moore Lmda Moore Vlrgmla Moore James Morgan Nancy Murphy Ned Nehls Maruam Nelbarger Row 2 James Nethers Jack Newcomb Patrucua Newman Nancy Norpell Sara Norrls Delcle Norton Carol Nunes Barbara Oakleaf Row 3 Barbara Orrls Barbara Parsons Nancy Pearce Richard Penuck Ellen Pettucord Donald Puckermg Kenneth Pierpont Robert Pugg Row 4 Wanda Putt Dallas Place Marlorle Pound Joan Powell Barbara Rector Marlm Redman Murlam Redman Ladme Reed Row 5 Roberta Renneckar, Rnchard Reynard, James Race, Charles Rnchards, Henry Richardson, Janet Ruchter, Ronald Richter, Beverly Roberts Row 6 Marlean Robinson, Marlorle Robinson JUNIORS Y S-I 9-v Row I Donald Rogers Anna Saum Darlene Saum Barbara Schaller Ton: Schonberg Carol Scott Mary Sensabaugh Retha Mae Seymour Row 2 Frank Shlbler Jeanmne Shockley Ronald Shockley Donald Shoemaker June Sknnner, Frances Sloan, Jane Smnh, Joanne Smnth Row 3 Patty Smnth, Wnlllam Smith, Theron Snider, Jean Snoor, Stephen Spaldmg, Janice Speelman, Loss Sperlman, Barbara Spencer Row 4 Jean Spencer, James Spacer, Gnlberf Sprmger, Ray Spung, Sally Ruth Spurr, Wullaam Staf ford, Marguerite St Clair, Suzanne Steed Row 5 Llnda Strate, Margaret Strait, Richard Sutton Mary Alnce Swartz Herbert Tart, Helen Tanner, Chrustnna Taylor, Wsllnam Taylor Row 6 Loss Thomas, Norman Trnmble Suxtv One , , , V A 1 "" , -V , l .,. , my an , ,A 9 fe, , W W.. V 'Ury K -A . V 1 W , Q l 1 , - fe, ,f ,J 1 A l , fl f Sixty Two JUNIORS Qs: A' J 4x..X mv wx Tk in AA f new rw xv? Row I Cynthra Tucker Roy Turk Janet Turner Luculle Tyrer Joan Van Meter Robert Vann James Van Wrnkle Alan Varner Row 2 Joan Vorhees Delores Vlfagner Ro, Wagner Wullram Walker Dan Wanamaker Thornas Warman Sharon Warner James Watson Row 3 Charles Weaver Janrce Welker fhrlstune Wells Dorothy Welsh Roland West Arlene Whute Carl Whrte Dale Whnte Row 4 Wulllam Whlte Dale Wudrrg Carol Walden Sally VVlley Walter Wnley Vrrgrnua Wrlluams Ralph Walls Paul Wulson Row 5 Donald Wrse John Woodruff Glendtna Yarnellu Eleanor Yo key Ernest Yost Franklrn Young Keuth Yount Joyce Zmsmenster . iff ' 5 'J I ' , , . 7 ' lv l . , All A l X J L ,, at R Q .4 X 2 ,. 5 1 V .3,, , , J A J K H ' J J sf y In if . ' l u . r ' V' ,ll l y - . .. . -.1 , , 1 Q 2 ,,r, ' I 1 I . - h ...,. "A tgp b 'F' 4y4. l SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT STEELE LARRY BROWN MARJORIE BRITTON ROBERT STOKES V P df STyTh6 Treasurer President Secretary ice- resi en ix - r Snxty Four SOPHOMORES XL- C Row l Jack Agey Robert Amos Vnrglnla Amos Joseph Annareno Carl Appel George Arensburg Loss Argabrught Thomas Atskoff Row 2 Patrlcna Atwood Lewus Ault Wnnnfred Austln Jean Bachman Nancy Barr James Barber Enleen Barnes Nell Barr Row 3 George Bates James Beall Edwaro Beardshear James Bendure Frances Berger Donald Betz Rodney Blake Donald Blowers Row 4 Lots Ann Bob Edgar Boggs Ernest Bonham James Bonham Patrucua Bonham Marvtn Bor :ng Jean Boyer Grace Bowman Row 5 JoAnn Bowers Lyle Bowers Thomas Brannon Florence Brncker Margorue Brmon George Brown Larry Brown Patty Brown Row 6 Wayne Brown Mary Lou Borcher Marne Burden Alnce Burge James Burkham Bonnne Burnhardt Ollve Brutchey Nadnne Cannon Row 7 Donald Canter David Carpenter Ruchard Cartnal Lew: Cartwrnght Donald Carver Robert Castle Ruth Ann Chaney Rnchard Chapman SOPHOMORES Row l Robert Chapman Ula Clwesser Shrrlee Chlldren Donna Clark Paul Clark Rxchard Clark Sylvra Clark James Clemmgs Row 2 Gordon Cllpplnger Donna Jean Cochran Susan Cochran Duane Cole Gerald Corbun Carolyn Corder Benramun Cost Marnlvn Courson Row 3 Patty Ccurson Phyllis Crego Shurley Crust Dorls Cunnlngharn Jerry Crossmock Charlene Darkes Jack Daugherty Ada 'ean Davus long Flora Dickerson Wllluam Dlehl Row 5 Rlchard Drake Luc: le Dudley Barbara Duffee Charles Dumm Jack Duncan Dale Emerson, George Evans Mrnam Farmer Row 6 Robert Farrner Theodore Fa row Nancy Fears N ncy Felumlee Barbara Ferry Paul Ferry Ruth Feuerrregel John Fnelds Row 7 Judith Flnley Bonnle Fnshbaugh Sally Fltch Donald Flowers Shlrley Font Estelle Francus Donald Freas Dean Freeman Suxty Frye 77 r I ' t I I I A r ,A V . I r 1 I I r , , , , . ' ' 1 I - I A ' V I A l r 1 1 - f J ' . Row 4-John Davis, Nancy Davis, Thomas Dawson. Thomas Delancey, John Del Cecato, Elayne De- 1 1 4 - D A - -. -A I l I r I I " , V t 5 I , I , . , . Sixty-Six v - .,.-.,,, KK SOPHOMORES V Ls. 64 I f gi fl M Y . Row l-Paul Folks, Will'ant Funk, Merwyn Garnble, Ronald Gamble William Gayheart John Gibbs, Carol Gibson, Gary Gilbert. Row 2-Harry Gilham, Mary Goldsmith, Shirley Good, Opal Gooden, Lois Gordon, Kelly Goss, Jerry Graft, JoAnn Gray, Row 3- Barbara Gregg Katherine Gress, Twila Grimm, Donald Grove Yvonne Gyure, Robert Hage- man Francis Halblaub Donald Hall. Row A-Nancy Handley Janet Hanes, Corena Hanners, Geraldine Harmon Carol Hayser, James Harris Peggy Harris, Delores Hess. Row 5-Richard Harris, Nancy Hart, William Helms, JoAnne Hendrickson, Thomas Henry, Glenda Hess, Robert Hess Shirley Hill. Row 6-Hugh Hindman, Clarence Hoy, Robert Holler, Russell Hollar, Jack Holmes, Richard Horky Beatrice Hotchkiss, William Hoy. Row 7-Carol Hoffman, Norma Hughes, Robert Hunt, Donald Jackson, George Jackson, Larry Jacobs, Walter Jacobs, Wendell Jacobs. SOPHOMORES V71 Row I Darlene Jenkuns Amy Jones Nancy Jones Robert Jones Row 2 Joseph Kappes Mary Ktrk Bull Koman Mary Lee Koons Row 3 Clarence Lake James Betty Leighton Thomas Le Master Johnson Barbara Johnson Dwnght Johnson Audrey Jones Marlene Alnce Kreaser Paul Keenan Dtxue Kennedy Jean Kennedy Thomas Lamb Wtlltam Lange Lots Langland Paul Lawrence Thomas Letdy Row A Harvey Lescaleet Ralph Lev-ngston Welma Lewtf Francts Lnghtle Donald Lnndrooth Dayud Lust, Alfred Loamns Janet Loar Row 5 Rnchard Loar Shnrley Lambert Nanctloo Long Jackte Loughman Carolyn Lucas Donna McCleary Barbara McDonald Norma McDonald Row 6 Shnrtey McGlnnts Carol Mclnerney, Helen 'Vlclntosh Thomas McKtnney Geraldune Mr: Laughltn Max McMannts Marnetta McRae James MacNealy Row 7 Shtrley Maddox Rtchard Mann Thomas Markman Charles 'Vlarkle Jo Ann Markle Shtrley Marrme Iona Martm Norma Martm Snxty Seven Stxty Eight SOPHOMORES Row I Vtrgnnta Matz Marlorte Metsenhelder Shtrley Melov Charlene Messtck Kathleen Muller Nancy C Muller Nancy.l Muller Shtrley Muller Row 2 Louus Mutchell Carl Moore Vert Moore Cllfford Moran Gerald Vlorgan Martha Morgan Phyllns Morgan Robert Morgan Row 3 Robert Morrtson Sue Morrow Dantel Mossholder Donna Mummey Rnchard Natrn Robert Neff Jack Nelson Ruth Nesbut Row 4 Martha Ntchols Betty Norrts Shirley Null Patsy Offenherger Mackey Oxley Clanre Elame Palmer Jerry Parrsll Vlrglnua Parrlll Row 5 Marlene Paterson Patsy Patterson Jamce Pea h Charles Pethel Paul Plants Fred Powell Kay Powell Dale Prsce Row 6 Patsy Prtce Gary Prtor Andrew Pryo Patrscua Purvts Ruchard Quack Joan Rader Jean Ramsey Russell Rechel Row 7 Marlene Rector Royal Rector Carolyn Redman Glenn Redman Byron Ruffle Marlene Reuchley Charles Rhodes Chrustune Rvchards SOPHOMORES Aww 'In -i K' ,grunt mv aww? We ,- l 402' PM if nl- if Row l Carole Richardson Donald R ley Danxel Rune Bull Rush r Davud Roberts Jean Roberts Ruth Robertson Vance Roberts Row 2 Jean Rogers Wrlma Rogers Vlvllam Ross Floyd Rovxe Jaclue Rowe Patrucna Russell Freda Salyer Paul Sands Row 3 Nancy Saylor Ruth Selby 'da Schuck Duane Schonbero Joanne Shannon Phrlnp Shannon Carol Shannahorn Henry Sheperd Row A John Sheron Fdward Sh rrard Jo Anne Shocmley Margare Stmpkms Ruth Surnpson Mary Snegle Sidney Smart Galen Smlth Row 5 Glenn Smnth Mary Smnth Roger Smnth Sylvra Sr-mth Mary Ann Smucker Sherry Smyth Loretta Snellnng Walter Spence Row 6 Nelda Spicer Almeda Stallung Don Stargell Robert Steele Rosemary Steele John Stewart Robert Stokes Chalmers Stoneburner Row 7 Robert Stradley Ralph Straum Damel Strucker Duck Sturm Jerry Sulluvan Shrrley Thompson Jean Trmson Robert Tolluver Sixty Nlne 5 A C ' J ,. , ' , 'f" V f J , , - JE, at rf J ., at has t J fi t ., .:., - , 11,24 4 .u,K.'1i 9 . zu , S 352 W Z.Z:,':.z:f: . .EJ vi y gli-. gb - V ' ,.. A R ..A' fx i J 'f l ,I A I- 5: f .. Seventy SOPHOMORES ui W, 'ff' rm n 3 f ""N l,-5,-sus ,fi A 1 'Km' 29. it Row l Wnlluam Totten farroll 'loothman Donald Turner Don Vasa Joan Vermnllnon Sandra Vogcl meuer James Wastes Lereta Waldeck Row 2 James Walker Charles Webb Martorue Weumer Manuel Wells Don Wheeler Patrucla Wheel er Thomas Wheeler Wllluam Wheeler Row 3 Drew Whute Glenn White Shurley Wnley Jerry Wllllams Mary Jo Wnlllams Rose Wullnams Arthur Wllls Betty Wilson Row 4 Donna Wilson Elleen Wnlson Emma Wulson Franklm Wllson Bernard Wunce Bermce Wuse man Donald Wolever Betty Wolfe Row 5 Phnllp Wolfe Wulllam Wolfe Shurley Wood Jack Wright Florence Yarnell: Don Young ' M, .- Y , 'Tlx .. R ti V. A , gn V ' a . fx , 4 7: 5 . 7 .Jr I l A 'WA Q52 ljiswi. , L 'A '32 A Q f ' X 'Ex ""' 5 iv 1 M X .3 . f l' , , il 'X Q' W fb, D D - Q 4 f -ie A ' W a U 2' : - W D 1 A lf' , I ,A QQ gl l e. f f W1 t W he 4. ' - . - K s , , - .-1-Hr: Q fr I X ,t . , iyzjl LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL THORA P MacDONAGH Principal A.B,, Denison Universny M.A., Ohi S, U ' y It :N ' x KH- I Seventy Two LINCOLN af Row l James Adcock Carol Adkuns Harry Agnn G ne Barton Shnrley Berge Rutlt Bteberbach Laura Blake Caryl Bosscawen Row 2 Mary Brooks Joanne Burklnarn Nancy Burnfneld Wnllnam Butler Robert Cam Jane Campbell Joe Chaney Albert Claprood Row 3 Bonnie Clark Anna M e Clnne Charles Clune Lots Crawford Julla Daugherty George Delancey Robet Devoll Phyllns Derr Row A James Dual Marlene Drake Gary Drumm Tom Dutcher Joe Elmore Josephune Elmore Francts Evans Betty Farmer Row 5 Dana Ford Ronald Francts Ruth Futrell Joanne Gard Tracy Gentry Harvey Glancey Arthur Grngsby Ruth Guest Row 6 Edgar Hall Byron Harrns Barbara Hartman Eugene Helrmck Don l-lottnnger John Hollnngshead Gary Hughes Betty Hummell Row 7 Jane Jenks Nancy Johnson Rchard Johnson Herbert Klem Patty Kreager Catherine Lake Twula Lane Velma Lawrence Row 8 Eleen Layton Alice Llnder LINCOLN Row I Carol Loughman Shirley Loughman Carolyn Lopher Mary Jo Lusett Wtlltern McCoy Nancy McCualsky Marlene McMann:s Nancy Mann Row 2 Carolyn Muller Mtldred Mtller Rlchard Montgomery Nell Moore Rnchard Moreland Shnrley Morrlson Ca ol Myers Velma Nethers Row 3 Betty Newell Edna Nutt Betty Oatman Shtrley Orr Donna Parr Vnrgnnla Parsons Betty Petttbone James Pound Row 4 Robert Powe George Randles Franlf Rauck Norma Rvce Carolyn Rndenbaugrt Beulah Rtne Ernest Robunson Mary Ellen Schlosser Row 5 Wllluam Snepherd Nancy Sumpknns Lee Slaughter Dlvon Smnth Don Smntlw Barbara Sommeryulle Delores Sorrell Robert Sprtr-ger Row 6 Henry Subora Beverly Teagarden Frank Tomlunsorf Torn Trlmble Betty Walburn Helen Warman Terry Warman Elton Watson Row 7 Howard Weakley Sharon Weakley Phullp Wvlkms Joanna Wullnams Marlene Wtl hams Rlchard Wrlson Fred Wnse Goldue Wohlford Row 8 Norma Woodruff Jean Wnght Seventy Three GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Row T Mess Hastlngs durector Loss Crawford Terry Warman Betty Hummel Joanna Wllluams Shurley Orr Mary Jo Lusem Row 2 Velma Lawrence Marleen Drake Aluce Lnnder Barbara Hartman Carol Adlcuns Ruth Bleberbach Betty Newel Seventy Four The Girls Ensemble of Llncoln Jun nor Hugh School has made a deflnlte contrxbutlon not only to the BCTIVITY program of the school but to the com munity as well Under the dvrectlon of Mass Mary Hastmgs music super vnsor ot Luncoln School the group has sung tor school assemblues Commun :ty dunners and Parent Teacher meet nngs Hastings Director Lols Crawford Terry Warman Betty Hummel Joanna Wlllnams Shirley Orr Mary Jo Lusettl Velma Lawrence Marlene Drake Allce Lnnder Barbara Hartman Carol Ad kms Ruth Bueberbach and Betty Newell . . . . The Ensemble includes Miss Mary . 1 - l , . . I 1 - I I ' . . It f l 1 ' I I I , . ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL EDITH FLEMING Principal . ., Michigan Stair: Normal Coll I 4. . Seventy Stx ROOSEVELT W H! 've up .Q tr -sd' ix 1' ANAA 41.3" A Row 1 James Adams Walter Armstrong Rosemary Baumgartner Anna Louise Beckett Franklnn Beckman Robert Belcher Charlene Bell 'Vlary Lou Buckle Row 2 JoAnn Brown Larry Cleggett Donald Claggett Donald Cooksey Robert Crandall Eugene Crothers Judy Cunnungham James Cushman Row 3 Gorden Dancey Wllluam Darlnng Sue Denman Shurley Donner Maxlne Dowlung Harold Duffee Davrd Evans Kent Fouts Row 4 Norman Gallarm Patrucna Greer Ronald Hageman Sherry Hartman Robert Hahn Robert Harrls Vlrgunna Hcatwole Sondra Hobbs Row 5 Fred Ellas Wayne House Fred Hughes Januce Hughes .I - at , fx 5 I ' W, , I 5 f , if .. ? 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ROOSEVELT T' i W ,ffl Row I Carolyn Humbert Davd Kennett Janet Kerns Juduth Long Jumor Maunes Robert M nn Sara Mathews Arthur Mauller Row 2 Myrna Mercer Vnrglma Merlwether Charles Muller Corwnn Malls Dorothy Mummey Ann McEIfresh Janet Nichols Joyce Nlchols Row 3 Joan Puckett Darlene Plants Mary Pruce Martha Rldenour Davld Smlth Nancy Stage Shnrley Steele Edwln Stream Row A Margaret Taylor Loren Turner Ruchard Van Voorhus John Walker Robert Whtte Sally Willey Cectl Wilson James Wmce Row 5 June Wznegardner Sylvna Wollard Alyce Jean Yoder Seventy Seven l gf- ,- 9 1 V 4 1 Q V p 4' 4, my J r J if llt gf ' S J ff J if r n I' , 1- T , . ' if 'M 1 troll: , J t A .4 'ny , ., i ' 1 J tp J J - E r I 8 0 -' J 1 5 r K-'Y' A , ' 1 , . ' ay K tl t . .fm I 'fs Y K 'Lb I X A ,, fee M V K , I V K 1452 xdzjg? Sexenty Eight ROOSEVELT CHEERLEADERS 5 sw - Y, 9. . Row 'l Sally Wulley Maxune Dowlung Margaret Taylor Row 2 Vurgunua Heatwole Delorus Dushon Patrucua Davudson Each year Roosevelt has been proud of uts cheerleaders who devote a great deal of theur tume durung bas cheerleadung uob so thus year we de cuded to feature them for the Annual Cheerleaders are chosen by ballot by the uunuor hugh school students A tryout us held at an assembly and the gurls compete un groups of two or more after they have worked wuth the gurls physical educatuon teacher It us the custom to elect tour nunth grade and two eughth grade gurls ln leader the gurls grades must be pass ung the same as the boys who play on the teams Thus years leaders from the nunth grade are Maxune Dowling Sally Wul ley Vurgunua Heatwole and Margaret Taylor From the eughth grade we have Patrucua Davudson and Delores Dushon ketball season to practicing for their order to be eligible to be a cheer WOODROW WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL I E H HECKELMAN Eighty WILSON no 3 1153 AX J?" lex Sz 'fe ren Q l Row l Jerry Ashcrafl June Ashcraft Marlene Baker Joe Bending Roma Brown Beverly Chase Tom Church Paul Collins Row 2 James Corneite Sandy Culp Robert Davus Shnrley Davus Pat Deenls Arlena Dolluson Davud Drake Ella Dyar Row 3 Loss Anne Dyer Jeff Eruksen Janet Fanrley Betiy Foster Georgeanna Farquhar Ned Gaulke John Gubson Larry Green Row 4 Delores Hall Jamce Hall Joseph Hepsworth Sally Hxnton Gerald Jeffers Dale Jenkins Paul Kerr Sally Kerr Row 5 Mary Kreager Poberf Lamgan Harold Lee WILSCN so v x., a s xv .ff re? Sf Row I Juduth Llnebaugh Charles Lust Roger Matthews John McDonald Shlrley Moore Roger Neughbor Ellen Norman Lmda Null Row 2 David Oder Rose Anne Ours Bomta Powell Fannse Rad well Paul Reed Ronald Rembold Wtllxam Pierpont Lots Rognon Row 3 Shurley Ruckus Donald Roberts Wanda Robnnson Ralph Saum Rncnard Shane Corbnn Smuth Marvm Smuth Nancy Spangler Row 4 Robert Teuscher June Toland Barbara Trnmble Nancy Wagner Florence Welker Garry Wharton Ronald Whute Chrustma Wnsecarver Rov 5 Edward Wtsener Ronald Wvckoff Robert Yost Etghty One I si " M' "' " 'i ' ' ' ' """"""" ,. Q 4 , y I fa. , - 4 ' . A z.. f R , -' A ' , J.. - ' , 2 I . 7 1,9 . f - PM MW If G , W-,V X xx V , ff, ' , 1 ' A ",fcf4f N f lf Nl! A N ,- L W , n, I A "' Alf. 'Z' ,sz ,V 4 R- , if gf' . w, HI . A 'K hi 1 N I X1 ,, ., t I-A. 8 1 , , -1 - -' p K , ,fn , wit QM ,, . I v- . I , . , . - ww w.Avg,?:' X ,J e ch. . X'-. NB ' . ' 'S , . . W E I ay, i , f a , t Y . l . 4 . 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JUNIOR RED CROSS sgmyr 0 The Junsor Red Cross was organ uzed under the darectuon of Mrs Arthur Lust who ns chairman of Junior Red Cross an Newark and Lacking County Miss Margaret Larnrners s servung as supervlsor of the group As a project thts year the Unit s preparing a scrap book of Wllson School to be sent overseas In ex change Wilson School wlll receive a srrnular scrap book Members of the Wilson Unlt plc tured above are Path Church Jerry Conley Knrby Gull Nancy Robuson Dorothy Mnke Rose Ann Ours ur Iey Moore Beverly Chase Joe Heps worth Paul Robinson and on Kauber Officers of the Unit are Rose Ann Ours president Don Kauber vlce president Paul Roblson secretary wnth Mnss Lammers School Super vusor and Mrs Lust County Chanr rnan - I ' f I f , , ,Sh- I I - ' ' i ' D - 1 1 , I I I I - ' - I I I I - . , . , ' i -W CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LESTER B COX A Eighty-Four CENTRAL K" 41 f"!'X .4- Terai!! 4? Row l Billie Jane Arnold Tom Bob Don Bacon lda Baker Jerry Bishop Dick Blaney Bruce Bon ham Tommy Britton Row 2 Carl Buker Carole Anderson Kenny Butts Shirley Carson Shirley Church Carlton Clippenger Myrna Conkle Betty Couventry. Row 3-Jerry Couventry Alice Crothers Elaine Croy, Dale Dawson, David DeMent Robert Denner Donna Devoe Angela DiBlasio. Row A-Harold Dickerson, Janet Dixon George Dupler JoAnn Early Charles Edgerly Jerry Eshleman Rose Mary Farmer Rose Ann Feeny. Row 5-Charles Frey Carole Fields Janet Fueter Gary Garrett Jim Gellar Carolyn Green Jim Green Tom Grimm. Row 6-Winnie Grimes Miriam Grubaugh Alice Hall Neva Hall Walter Hamilton Patty Hand Martha Hanes Patsy Harmon. Row 7-JoAnn Hayes Barbara Heim Gail Hill Nancy Hobson Lester Hollar Don Holmes Doris Huffman Junior Howard, Row 8-Neoma Hunt Frank lm- hoff Evelyn Jacabellis Isabella Johnson K. Johns Cecil Kendall. CENTRAL as Row IfCarol Knerr Rose Ann Kubic, Dick Laymon Donna Lewis Mary Love, Jackie Lyons, Jack Luther S. Meadows. Row 2-.lack Metcalf Jackie Metz Dale Miller Bill Miller Jean Mohler Tom Moomaw Jean Morrow Don McCullough. Row 3gRon McCullough R. McManus, Dot McPeek Shirley Nelson Yvonne Otterman Joel Northey Gene Pace Joan Petrey. Row 4-Tom Reel William Rader Evelyn Rey Lois Riggs Dale Roth, William Rogers Nina Saunders Don Schultz. Row 5-Helen Shackleford, Mary Shaffer, Bonnie Shelton, Donna Shibler John Siegle, Robert Simon, Nancy Smith, Robert Smith. Row 6-Carolyn Snoor, Jack Southard, Mary Squiggins, Stanley Stemm, Norma Swan, Harold Swick, Barry Swisher, Richard Thompson. Row 7-Shirley Tripp, Eugene Tucker, JoAnn Tyson, Robert Updike, James Vaia, Karen Verway, Donna Walters. Robert Washburn. Row 8-Jerry Weaver, Sue Webb, Raymond Weekly, Steve Wessinger, Janet Wheeler, Mary Wheeler. Eighty-Five GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Row I Miss Ann Colvin Janet Wheeler Mary Squiggins Nancy Pickering Neva Hall Louise White Barbara DYarmett Shirley Shipley Nina Saunders Jean Early Margaret McGlone Nancy Mount Cynthia White Florence Winters Patsy Har mon Ramona Hoffer Donna Shibler Martha Shubnrg Kathryn Chapman Patricia Metcalf Claudette Gutrldge Wande Webb Billie Arnold Jaclfie Metz Wxnnue Grimes Della Yarnellu Angela Annarlno Betty Morrow Linda Koblens Row 3 Marilyn Raison Nancy I-iobson Alice Hall Lois Riggs Doris Huffman Eleanor Baughman Ruth Annarino Carolyn Green Patricia Freeman Louene Clark Jane Reel Betty Coventry Neoma Hunt Angela DiBlasio Claruce Hupp Yvonne Otterman Sue Webb Ann Johnson Martha Hanes Row 4 Rose Ann Kubik Florabelle Hildreth Rose Ann Feeney Jo Ann Hayes Evelyn Iacobellis Carolyn Fields Dorothy McPeek Ida Baker Donna Walters Mary Love Carol Knerr Carol Anderson Rosemary Malherbe Janet Dixon Norma Swan Donna Dick Sandra Makris Linnie Leckrone Karen Verway Rosemary Farmer Jo Ann Tyson Eighty Six One of the largest organizations at Central is the Girls Athletic Assocla tion The GAA was founded for the purpose of promotxng a sports ro gram for girls Among its varied activities are kick ball, volleyball basketball bowling badminton and table tennis One ofthe high lights ofthe year is the annual GAA carnival which IS he in January GAA girls a o participate in the sprung gym show Officers are Sue Webb president Barbara Helm vice president and Nancy Hobson secretary Club ad viser is Miss Ann Colvin I I I T I I r I D A I l V I 1 A I 1 , f f 1 , , , Row 2-Carolyn Snoor, Nancy Smith, Virginia Meadows, Miriam Grubaugh, Janice Pcthtel, Patsy McCort, Dona Ashcraft . . , . , ' , . . . ld ' . . . . ' Is p - . . 1 , - I I I I l I I ' - , . . Q, , . lv: . .S 7'q4?,q'fJ -' 1 I Al, gg .,, V' 0 ii' ' G 3? ' ' wwf V' 4' if v ,AMW 4, 34 ,, f 3,1 Q ff 4 , , 50' f1?f,Zf fi '92 ,I W Q Q ff df Wai an :Ni Ulvxl U sf! NVPN Q09 f. 2 ff BOX OFYIC r 41 P Y 5 V I F 0 , Mllllkhlulv f2 1mj!g,uIUllll'!1 ' ff: B IA. Ax Vt ' J' 1 II l'1 Id f practice stage-playing. I p fs duly. M 'Q Ninety ANNUAL STAFF Row l Ronald Helman Marulyn Hutch ock Leon Rnchey Geralome Franks Row 2 Mr Gordon Kungery Wnllnam Walker Vtrgunua Evans Alan Varner and Ann Barruck Centered around the theme New ark Hugh School as a stage where every student ns an actor who must play his part the 1951 Revellle An nual has endeavored to present tor the reader a complete mterestung and factual account ot extra cur rncular actuvutues socual events and athletic contests for the school year 195051 The staff wishes to express nts sun cerest appreclatnon to those organuza tuons whuch helped to make thus years book possnble the Busuness Staff xn charge of advertising and dlstrlbutlng the books the Patron Staff ID charge ot sollcutnng patronage tor the book and the Room Agents In charge of sell mg the edltlon Mr George Stoeck mann was the advlser ot the groups Mr Klngery was advlser to the An nual Statt . . h , ., " 1 - 1 r 4 A ,, . . . I . - . . . . , . ,, . . . . . . , . 1 f 1 1 , , . . ' BUSINESS STAFF Rowl Marulyn Markle Patsy Patterson Mrckey Oxley Mary Jo Wnlluams Carole Rlchardson Joann Markle Marlene Retchley Donnalea Cam Sandra Wnlley Marcella Pettit Row 2 Davud Roberts Nadnne Cannon Carolyn Redman Chrlstnne Ruchards Wsnufred Austsn Joyce Znnsmeuster Vnr gunna Evans, Joan Rader, Geraldine Franks, Linda Moore, Karl Gelfer. . et 1 , . 9 . The Buslness Staff whuch conslsts of students who are Interested tn sollcntmg advertisers and who there by gaun experience an meettng the busln ss world was organlzed the first of November Members were gtven specific bussness farms to see an order to secure ads for the yearbook The member who secured the greatest number of ads was appolnted bust ness manager by Mr Stoeckmann Funds acqulred from thus solucttatuon helped In a gr at measure to flnance the book The adviser of thus group was Mr George Stoeckmann Nnnety One PATRON STAFF Nnnety Two Row I Rosemary Art G raldme Franks Murnam Farm r Mary Jo Wlllnams and Wlmfred Ausfm Row 2 Manlyn Hufchcoclc Ann Dupler Charlene Messnck Sharon Warner and Bonnue Fnshbaugh The Patron Slaff was organized lo and 1he Revenlle Business Staff ln fn purpose of Thus staff IS To lncuces The Annual budget so that The yearbook can be sold at The same pnce I though The cos? of production has rls en The members are glven names of various CITIZENS of The communlfy whom they seek personally for contrl buflons The names of ihese con Patron Page The organlzatnon was formed all r all posslble aspects of hnanclng had been studied Mr Sfoeckmann IS The adviser for the group which IS In :Ts third year of existence g I G . I .. el . . I . . . 1 nanclng the Reveille Annual. The fribufors have been placed on The . . . ,Y N D . . e . I a E . . . . , ROOM AGENTS Rowl Mary Ann Smucker Sylvla Clark Donna McCleary Jane Smltw JoAnn Markle Mmam Farmer Jane Pound Bullue Sue Melton Nancy Davas Row 2 Paullne Vatea Franklun McCafferty Robert Muller Charles Morgan Jack Thropp Leonard Lovell Ernest Yost Davtd Roberts Duane Schonberg Each year a boy and a gurl are chos en to act as an agent for each home these persons to carry out thenr bust ness Thenr dutues are to collect subscrup tuons for the Revellle News and the Revellle Annual In addition to dns trubuttng these publlcatuons these agents collect class dues and other funds whuch are to be soltclted Besldes gannung knowledge nn these school relations the group learns how best to carry out dnfferent lousrness practtces Mr George Stoeckmann supervused the group an ITS acttvuttes Ntnety Three room. The various home rooms select . . . . , REVEILLE NEWS STAFF Ntnety Four Row l Sue Nees Donald Ruschaupt and Peggy Stuff Row 2 John Dual John Beckman Walter Wtley Patty Smtth Vnrgrnra Evans Ann Dupler Mona Lusettt Sue Wtgton Patty Pyle Augusta Lucas Jane fampbell Patty Myer It as the duty of the Journaltsm Staff to keep the student body and faculty of Newark Hugh School Informed of all the weekly actlvtttes and events through the weekly edttton of the Reverlle News The paper thus year was under the edltorshlp of Donald Ruschaupt Mlss Bertha Crtlly was the faculty adviser for the staff The staff was also ID charge of keeptng the school tnformed on all social and ath lettc events by postlng pictures and notlces on the varlous bulletm boards throughout the busldmg As ID prevtous years lournalusm was a regularly organlzed class whtch offered one half umt of credtt In ad dutnon to a regular textbook the New York Times was studied l , , - , . . 1 . . . . COLLEGE CLUB Row l Patrlcxa Pyle Carol Waters Marilyn Markle Laureen Clune Nancy Wallace Darlene Helms Valentlne Rschter Barbara Orr Emily Beardshear Sandra Wnlley Donnalea Cam Jane Pound Row 2 Ruchard Boell John Koontz Jane Campbell Patrlcna Myer Janet Utterback Ann Dupler Sue Wlgton Sue Nees Row 3 Kenneth Gray Dona'd Black lpresndentl Walter Chaney Donald Koerner Rodney Howarth Wnlllam Kramer Leon Rrchey Donald Ruschaupt Fred Everett Wllltam Rernbold Ronald Helman The College Club under the durec fron of Mass Bertha Crllly was a sensor organuzatnon exustnng for the purpose of helplng seniors to learn a tew of the facts about college socral and scholastlc actlvutues wuth whach they wrll meet when they enter unlver srtles of thelr cholce n xt fall e club thus year had the prlvulege ot hearlng speakers from several of the leadnng Colleges and unlversutues throughout Ohuo The club entered the homecornrng parade by donatnng a very nmpressnve float based on the therne of What Wall the Future Hold The offlcers thus year were Donald Black preslclent Donnalea Cann treas urer Laureen Cllne secretary and Valenttne Ruchter vlce presudeflt Ninety Fave . 'I F 21 3 l 7 . . Ye 'if Ann Barrick, Geraldine Franks, Frank McCafferty, William Rosebraugh, Herman Luckner. , . ' ' ' ' e . rn f P h f ' STUDENT COUNCIL setti Row l Larry Brown Andrew Pryor Ronald Holdbrook William Walker Ronald Richter Walter Wiley James Rice Row 2 Marilyn Hitchcock Mariorie Whipple Leon Richey Ronald Helman Charles Morgan Valentin Richter Mona Lu Patricia Myer Susan Nees Ann Barrick Mr F C Boyd adviser Row -1 Claire Palmer Mary Ann Smucker Lucille Tyrer Joanne Buckey Linda Johnston Cynthia Hale Ida Lou McDaniel Rosemary Ar Donna MCCleary Jackie Loughrnan Row 3 -Patricia Pyle, Marilyn Brooks, Annamae Harman, Frank McCafferty, Fred Everett, David Balding, Robert Toland I . V A Y - : , . ' - . , - I A . I . , . I f 1 - - I l ' I I - ' I I - 1 I ' F ' 1 , , - 7 , ' ' ' 2 I N ne-ty Six The Student Council consists of rep resentatives from the sophomore gun or and senior classes These members are selected each year by the student body The l95O Sl Council met on Friday afternoons in Room 306 The purpose of this governing body is to discuss and act on any problems or business which confronts the stu dent body In order to carry out these duties the Council is divided into several committees These committees are assembly citizenship election lostand found organization publica tions and public relations radio schol arship social welfare and traffic Any additional business is referred to a special group The activities and proiects in which the Council participated were sponsor ing dances after football and basket ball games promoting homecoming planning PTA open house spon soring assemblies promoting citizen ship week supervising all school elec tions checking articles which were lost or found granting charters to all school clubs awarding the scholarship banner maintaining welfare protects and studying traffic and clean up in the buildings The officers were president Ron aid Helman vice president Leon Richey secretary Marlorie Whipple treasurer Charles Morgan Mr Frew C Boyd was adviser to the group NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row I Donald Ruschaupt Rodney Howarth James Cochlan Davld Baldung Row 2 Paulnne Vauea Donna Ankrum Mnldrecl Boylan Annarnae Harman Emuly B ardshear Val Rxchter Donnalea Cam Frances Hall Ann Barrrck Sue Nees Row 3 Mona Lusettu Patncva Jeftnes Jean Burgess Peggy Stuff 'Vlarulyn Brooks Augusta Lucas Ann Dupler Manlyn Hntchcock Mona Potter Shirley Rose Phyllrs Nedelcott Mass Florence Boyd To promote hugher scholarshup club A hugh scholastrc average cover Ing the ninth tenth and eleventh grades and the tnrst semester of the twelfth grade rs requured nn order to be a member of the National Honor Socuety Members must have a porn! average of 3 3 IU order to be taken unto the socnety durnng the last se mester of their sensor year Actrvutues of the club thus year func tuoned around the formal presentatnon a vngorous sales tax stamp collectuon dunng the second semester and the annual banquet However the club was not organuzed untnl March of thus year Otfrcers for the year were Don Ruschaupt presndent Annamae Har man vrce presudent Mona Lusettr sec retary and Davld Baldlng treasurer The advrser was Mnss Florence Boyd Nrnety Seven among students is the purpose of this of new members in a school assembly, CHEERLEADERS Nunety Eught Left to right Mona Lusettu Patrucua Smuth Darlene Helms Mana Potter Nancy Norpell Nancy Wallace Newark Hugh Schools most loyal athletuc fans mught very appropriately be another name for the peppy gurls on the cheerung squad Raun or shine game at home or away they re always on hand to urge our boys to do theur best Junuors and senuors make up the uunuors back the Reserves Gurls who try out for cheerleaders must have a certaun amount of leader shup abuluty and personaluty and scholastuc requirements are the same as those for boys athletucs Gurls try out before Muss Myer and a few other faculty members The gurls who are already on the cheerung squad also vote on candidates Besides leadung cheers at games gurls help to make decoratuons for the different sports banquets un addu tuon they must be able to make up new cheers and senuors must help wuth the coachung of sophomores Varsuty cheerleaders thus year were Norpell Darlene Helms Nancy Wal lace and Mona Lusettu The Reserve squad uncluded Ann Baurd Jean Spen cer Cynthua Hale and Rosemary Art Sophomore recruuts for the Reserve squad next year are Muruam Farmer Jackue Loughman Helen Mclntosh Marlene Reuchley and Sally Futch Muss Florence Myer us the advuser for the cheerleaders II ' I ' ' . ,, . . . . . I . . I . I I I YaV?llY 5qU6Cl, while 50Ph0m0fe5 and Patricia Smith, Mona Potter, Nancy . I I . , . . - . . , - I I I ' , . . . . I I IT S HI TIME Left to right Mr Frew C Boyd Karl Gelfer debate announcer Ronald Helman student announcer Miss Alice Kahn George Stoeckmann This year the Hi Time radio program was under the direction of the Radio Committee ot the Student Council Programs originated from s t a t I o n WCLT Newark Ohio The following is a schedule of the programs present ed in T950 5l October A Radio Committee Mr Jones vocal Mr Pearce band Music Appreciation Vlr Kingery Cherry Valley NlOund School Music Appreciation Vt Kingery Hartzler School November Roosevelt School cember Miss Patton Music Apprecaton 'Vlr Kng v Christmas vocal I Jones r Miss Harman Miss Patton Central School SI Speech Class Miss Patton February 7 Debate Class Miss Kahn Radio Committee Maholm School March 7 Woodrow Wilson St Francis Easter Mr Jones Hudson School April Conrad School Radio Committee Woodside School Mr Pearce May Radio Committee Miss Morgan HI Y Radio Committee Radio Committee Ronald Helman was the student an nouncer Leon Richey was sportS porter, and Marilyn Hitchcock covered the social news Karl Gelfer and sophomore debaters were debate re porters Miss Alice Kahn and Miss Joan Patton were the advisers Ninety Nine l adviser Leon Richey, sports announcerg Miss Joan Patton, adviseig Marilyn Hitchcocln, social-news anrlouncerg and Mrl - ' - I4 ' ' . . 21 , , I ' 28 NFL, Miss Kahn l f I I - I I4 . 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Y-TEENS Row l Marnan Neubarger Joanne Buckey Beverly Baker Ida Lou McDantel JoAnn Knnght Lucnlle Tyrer Vurgmna Evans Carol Nunes Cue Meloy Vlrgmna Wnlllams Glorua Humbert Barbara Danley Row 2 Patrncta Newman Shurley Banks Mona Lusettn Annamae Harman Manlyn Hntchcock Ann Dupler Phyllts Porter Paulnne Vanea Phyllus Nedelcoff Ruth Moran Ann Barrnck Carol Lungafelter Phyllns Bratd Row 3 Mass Morgan Joan Farmer All e Schmutzler Rachel Vermullnon Bonme Drumm Patncua Jeffnes Ballue Sue Mel ton Sue Ryan Emuly Beardshear Sandra Wnlley Marguertte Bowman Donnalea Cam Jane Pound Darlene Helms Carol Rnck rich Mary E Slllln Ellen Petttcord Miss Skmner Miss Dorn Nancy Francts Deloru Toothman Geraldtne Franks Josephtne Annaruno Louase Peffers Nancy Wallace Mona Potter Carol Waters Arlene Vvhste Nlamue Hall One Hundred The YTeen Club us formed to gxve gurls an opportunity to work together, both for themselves and for the com munnty Any gurl may loln this club nt she accepts the purpose Meetlngs are held the fnrst and thurd Tuesdays every month The YTeens are lunuor members of the YWCA and have the same prlvlleges as adult Y W C A m e m b e r s The membershnp thus year was about one hundred eughty The year l95Ol95l saw the Y Teens cllvude snto three separate tn angles In order that each gurl could partncupate nn the club The group dad not dnvude untnl after the rough and the formal candleltght unntnatnon nn October and November Worknng to gether the three tnangles made float for homecoming and won first prnze In November the club spon sored a chapel program for Thanks gtvung At Chrnstmas a party for un derpruvuleged chnldren was gnven In February the club sponsored a Day Conference for YTeens and a sales t 1 I A I I I . I V I 1 1 I ' Row 4-Nancy Murphy, Betty Hitchcock, Jean Ann Jackson, Jane Campbell, Carol Kiger, Joan Cochran, Annis Rauch, . . I . a . . , - - - I Y-TEENS Row l Carole Rlchardson Nancy Barr Shlrley Maddux Jo Ann Markle Jean Tnmson Margaret Snmpkms Marlorle Warner Mary Jo Wnllnams Muruam Farmer Marlene Relchley Mary Ann Srnucker Patsy Patterson Shlrley Null Nancy Davls Row 2 Bonnle Flshbaugh Muckey Oxley Sue Morrow Marlene Rector Helen Mclntosh Ula Chesser Wrlma Rogers Jo Ann Gray Sylvla Smuth Duane Schonberg Lots Langland Shurley Muller Marlene Paterson Vargtnla Matz Ja kne Loughman Row 3 Charlene Messlck Norma Hughes Nancy Felumlee Wlnufred Austm Janet Rnchter Phyl':s Crego Patrncaa Cour son Loss Argabrlght Donna McCleary JoAnn Hendrnckson Barbara Gregg JoAnne Carllsle Marlorue Pound Rosemary Art Januce Speelman Susan Cochran JoAnne Voorhees Shnrley Meloy Mary Goldsmlth Patrncua Wheeler non Sally Fntch Martha Morgan Lots Ann Bob Claure Elame Palmer Oluve Brutchey Marne Burden Beatrnce Hotchktss Nancy Hart Donna Jean Cochran Marguerute St Clanr Avanelle Jones Glenna Jean Lee Janet Felumlee Zoanne Hobbs tax stamp drlve from which the pro ceeds went to redecorate teachers rooms on the thnrd floor ln Aprll the club sponsored an allschool dance May was a busy month forthe Y Teens for events of the year were Corning to a close The YTeens sponsored a Mothers Day raduo program and the annual mother daughter banquet Wuth these events the year concluded Offucers for the three trnangles were for sophomores Mary Jo Wtl lrams president Margorue Warner, vnce presxdent Pegg Snmpkuns secretary Jean Tumson treasurer For the lunnors they were Ida Lou McDanael presldent Vnrgznla Evans vlce presldent Gloria Hurnbert secretary Vurgonta Wllllams treasurer For the sentors they were Ann Barrick president Phyllis Nedel coff secretary and Ruth Moran treas urer Advlsers were Mlss Dorothy Sksnner Mlss Helen Dorn and Muss Louada Morgan One Hundred One l l l l Row 4-Patty Smith, Roberta Rennecker, Kay Powell, Patsy Price, Jean Boyer, Kathlene Miller, Betty Wilson, Nadine Can- ' . 1 , I . 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I I - ' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Thus year marks the eleventh ann: versary of the Library staff Members of thus staff endeavor to Increase thelr own knowledge of how to use the lubrary and to and other students In takung advantage of library rnaterrals and methods The group rs under the dlrectlon of Mass Helen Dorn The staff rs extreme ly helpful an rncreasrng the interest of One Hundred Two their schoolmates In thus valuable de partment of the school Students help ID the lsbrary one period each day and are requzred to have knowledge of llbrary methods The group plans specual bulletrn boards dunng the year wnth speclal emphasis on Book Week and Import ant holldays Left to right-Sandra Willey, Miss Dorn, Emily Beardshear, Carol Scott, Lois Ann Bob, Mickey Oxley, Christine Rrchards JUNIOR RED CROSS Row I Frances Hall Grace Bowman Patsy Prlce James Bendure Danlel Strncter Euleen Mason Vnrglnla Evans Nancn Row 2 Jean Roberts Betty Leughton Eleanor Yockey Shnrley McGmnus Bonnue Fnshbaugh Bonnue Drumm Gerald Mor gan Karl Gelfer Ernest Yost The Junlor Red Cross was a new or ganlzatlon formed this year to work through the hugh school In coopera tuon wlth the local Red Cross chapter The group was composed of two rep resentatlves chosen from each home room Sunce the Red Cross is mamly a servnce organuzatuon work of the Jun nor Red Cross us composed largely of service protects Jobs done by the Junlor Red Cross Include helping with the vnssts of the bloodmoblle, helptng wvth offuce work, helpvng to pack kuts for boys un the veteran's hospital at Chllllcothe, and audmg nn other Red Cross prolects The groups mam prolect thus year was the maklng of an album on the sublect The Hlstory of Newark Hugh School The album was to be ex changed for a sumular album from a school In a foretgn country This year the club met every other Thursday and the officers were James Bendure presndent Patsy Prnce vlce presudent Grace Bowman secretary and Damel Strlcter treasurer Mass Dorothy Sklnner was the clubs ad vuser Thus group had four delegates to the Llcknng County Junior Red Cross Councul Margaret Smuth, Bonnue Drumm, Ronald Holdbrook, and Ger ald Morgan One Hundred Three EL CLUB DE ESPANOL Row l 'Vlrs Kreig Gloria Humbert Margorie Pound Nan y Norpell Darlene Helms Nancy Wallace Marlorie Whipple Janet Utterback Dorothy Miller Barbara Orr Donnalea Cain Nancy Francis Row 2 James Watson Herman Luckner Mona Lusetti Sallie Cochran Diana Armentrout Diane Moore Nancy Pearce Joanne McDonald Sarah Baker Sue Nees Patricia Myer Sue Wugton Mary E Sillun Patricia Hart Donald Tolliver Richard Huffman Donald Ruschaupt Row 3 James Steele Robert Glasmeier Roy Wagner David Balding Richard Hendren Ronald Moore Harold Muller Orville Orr This year members of the Spanish Club tried something entlrely new they admitted gunior Spanish students to the club Prevnously the club had been an all senior organization The club this year entered a float in the homecoming pageant they had guest speakers who gave them en lightenment on the peoples and cus One Hundred Four toms of many Spanish speak ng coun tries and they had a Santa Claus and a prnata at Chrlstmas time Last of all they presented a play entltled Span ish Omelette The officers tor this years club were Janet Utterback president Mary Sallln vice president Patricia Bowman secretary, Sue Wigton treasurer Kenneth Gray, Milan Franga, Robert Kerns, Thomas Ballinger, Thomas Riley, Donald Black, Charles Dennis, Leon Richey, ' ' ' - i - 2 ' 1 . . ,, . . . , ' ' 2 f ' 1 ' 1 ' F 1 - - I U LA RENAISSANCE Row l Joanne Buckey Cynthia Tucker Sandra Wulley Ann Barrlck Vlarllyn Hltchcock Januce Speelman Cynthna Hale Jane Campbell Patrucla Pyle and Janet Rrchter Row 2 Annls Rauck Mlss Paullne McCreary Wllluam Rembold Wnlson Rosebraugh Rnchard Gardner Norman Tram ble Ronald Helman Larry Campbell Rodney Howarth Stephen Spaldmg Marnlyn Vermnluon and Evelyn Hughes Boell Henry Rnchardson The purpose of thus club as to sup plement the regular classwork In rn terpretlng and understandlng the peo ple of France thenr mode of lnvnng thenr outlook, and thelr country The club also trnes to partncnpate un any school actnvrty un tame of necessuty Snnce the clubs adopted French chnld, Slbylle needed no help thus year, the club dad not send any boxes However the club corresponded wuth Subylle and received a book entntled La Cote Dazur as token of appre cnatlon for all the club has done for her Thus year the club recenved sec ond prnze ID the homecomnng float contest Ofhcers for the past year were Rod ney Howarth president Patrucua Pyle vnce presudent Patrucua Orrss secretary and Larry Campbell treasurer The ad vnser was Muss Pauline McCreary One Hundred Frye Row 3-George Heisey, Sandra Callentine, Carma Acklin, Milan Franga, Findley Chappalear, Ronald Richter Rnchard I I ' - I I I . 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DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN Row l Una Faye Connatser Chnstlna Taylor Joan Van Meter Sally Wiley Janet Felumlee Vurglma Wnllnams Joyce Zmsmenster Carol Scott Joan Coutelluer Nma Bowden Row 2 Mrs Krleg Frank Shlbler Thomas Baldmg Wnlllam Mackenzne Thomas Beckett Ruchard Sutton James Cromer Charles Deeds Stewart Beck Donald Rogers Ned Nehls Wnllnam McCafferty Herbert Tart Une Hundred Six All members of the German class of the school s most unterestnng clubs Der Deutsche Vereln The clubs purpose as to furmsh a broader under standung of the language customs and culture of the German people Programs thus year Included the hnstory of Germany the development of nts llterature, and the muslc of out standing German musicians Llstennng eugn language, and the slngung of folk songs have composed the clubs actuvntnes thus year Thus years offncers were James Cromer presndent, Lucille Tyrer, vlce presndent, Joan Coutellner, secretary, and Vnrgunla Wtllaams, treasurer The clubs advaser was Mrs Sarah Krueg automatically become members of one to recordings, short plays in the for- MASQUE AND GAVEL Row I Herman Luckner Stephen Spaldmg Chrts Baruxes Donald Grtgsby Row 2 Patrtcua Pyle Phyllns Porter Carol Scott Patrlcla Myer Janet Utterback Valentine Rachter Emlly Beardshear Row 3 Mass Patton Sue Nees Ann Barrnck Delorts Toothman Augusta Lucas Joanne McDonough Janet Rtchter Patrlcta Smnth Marulyn Vermuluon Patrucna Jeffrtes Row 4 Wtllaam Kramer John Beckman Ntna Bowden Carma Ackltn Shlrley Kenntngton Martlyn Httchcock Bradshaw Wulltam Rembold Donald Rogers The dramattc socuety of Newark Hugh School ns Masque and Gavel Every year members present a play In November of T950 the club pro duced Nlght of January 16th under the dnrector of Muss Joan Patton ad vnser Masque and Gavel asststed the dramattc class to produce thenr an nual play Letters to Lucerne Through out the year some members partxcu pate ID speech contests and drama tes ttvals held In varuous places an Ohuo The membershnp ot Masque and Gavel as llmlted to tumors and sensors ln the sprung new members are chosen accordlng to their dramatic abtlnty sents a memornzed monologue before a commuttee The three obtectuves of the club are To assist students tn rats ang theur standards of speech to pro mote student achievement an any area of speech and to bunld up a better relatuonshnp between the school and community Ottncers tor the year were Augusta Lucas prestdent Susan Nees vtce presudent John Beckman secretary anc' Marulyn l-lat hcofk treasurer Charles One Hundred Seven ' ' . Each person desiring to try out pre- I - ' I I - . V - ' . . . . . . . . I ' 7 I I MASQUE AND GAVEL PLAY Rowl Seated Carmu Acklun Emtly Bewrdshear Valentuns Rlchter Stephen Spaldtng Susan Nees Janet Utterback Jerrold Beall Herman Luckner Row 2 Standtng Marilyn Vermlluon Augusta Lucas Ann Barrtck Donald Grngsby Orvulle Orr Ronald Rtchter John Beckman Rtchard Sutton Delorts Toothman Chns Baruxes Charles Bradshaw Bernard Dttter Wtlluam Rembold Marulyn Hntchcock Masque and Gavel presented one ot tts tlnest productlons tn the past sev eral years on the evennng of Novem ber l7 1950 In the hugh school audn torlum when It staged Night of Janu ary Sixteenth, by Agn Rand The cur taln parted tlgurattvely at 8 l5 to reveal a reallstnc court room whtch torrned the setting for the three acts Cast of characters was as follows Prison Matron Marilyn Vermlllon Ballttt Rvchard Sutton Judge Heath Wllllam Relnbold Dlstrlct Attorney Fltnt Jerold Beall Hts Secretary Janet Utterback Defense Attorney Stevens Bernard Dltter Hts Secretary Erntlv Beardshear Clerk ot the Court Chrns One Hundred Enght Baruxes Karen Andre Carma Acklnn Dr Ktrkland John Beckman Mrs John Hutchuns Augusta Lucas Homer Van Fleet Ronald Ruchter Elmer Sweeney Charles Bradshaw Nancy Lee Faulk ner Sue Nees Magda Svenson Mar llyn Httchcock Jane Chandler Ann Bar rnck Suqurd Jungqulst Orvtlle Orr John Graham Whlttleld Herman Luck ner Larry Regan Stephen Spaldung Roberta Van Rensselaer Valentune Rtchter Stenographer Delorls Tooth man and Polnceman Donald Grtgsby A lury selected from the audtence found Karen Andre not gutlty of murdertng Mr Blorn Faulkner ... 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' ' . - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - - 1 1 I A I 11 ' 11 1 1 , 1 1 r - DRAMATICS CLASS PLAY Seated left to rnght Marlorte Whtpple Char'otte Scott Sue Ryan and Patrnca Jeffrtes Riley Marulyn Vermlllon and Fred Everett letters to Lucerne, by Frttz Rotter and Allen Vnncent was the play pre sented by the Dramattcs Class taught by Mrss Joan Patton The play was gnven In the hugh school audltorlum at 815 In the evenung of February 21 l95l Patrucla Pyle and Augusta Lucas were student dtrectors The cast of characters tn order of appearance was Olga Ktrsnsku Mar gorue Whipple Gustave Fred Everett Erna Schmndt Charlotte Scott Gretch en Lander Shtrley Kennungton Hans Schmtdt Tom Riley Margarethe Maru Iyn Vermullon Mrs Hunter Marilyn Brooks Bungo Sue Ryan Feluce Renour Patrlcna Jeffrtes Sally Jackson Carol Waters Marlon Curwood Ann Dupler Francous Jack Davns Koppler Donald Grtgsby The play was produced by specnal arrangement wtth Samuel French One Hundred Nne 1 7 , f , , I . Standtng left to right-Ann Dupler, Carol Waters, Donald Grigsby, Marilyn Brooks, Shirley Kennington, Jack Davus Thomas . . l F - . I - . I . . I . I . I . I I .- . I . . I ' l . . . , - . . I . I I . . I I . . I . . . 2 l A . . - 5 , . I F ' I I I I I . . .1 - . . . . I I I . D VARSITY DEBATE Seated Mlss Kahn Standunq Henry Rlchard on Ronald Rnchter Ronald Holdbrook Luculle Tyrer Sandra Walley Manlyn Brooks One H ndred Ten The topnc Resolved That the Amer :can People Should Regect the Welfare State was the debate questson for the 19501951 season Because of uncertaun weather con dltlons and transportation dlfflcultnes resultlng from thus fact debate squads began thetr season much later than usual thus year Thus the furst tourna ment entered took place on January Delaware Ohio On thus date the be gnnnnng sophomore team composed of Larry Brown and Davnd Lust affurma tnve Kelly Goss and Dwrght Johnson negatnve took fnrst place In the C du vnston wnth sux wnns and no losses Thrs was quite an achnevernent for the boys as the Delaware tourney was their furst contest and competntnon with other schools One week later January 20 squads gourneyed to Sprungfueld Ohno to par tncnpate un the Sprnngfteld Senior Hugh School All Events Speech Tournament Agann the same sophomores took fvrst place honors tyung wnth teams from Dayton Falrmont and Sprnngfneld The varsuty team also made a very good showing placnng second an theur du vusron wnth flve wnns and one loss On February 'IO teams lourneyed to Lama Ohno where an Invntatnonal Debate Tournament was held at Lama South Hugh School Because of the dns tance the teams left Newark on Frnday afternoon and returned Saturday eve nung and varsuty won eight out of twelve contests Follownng the scheduled school tournaments came the Central Dnstract Tournament at Ohuo State Unnversnty on Saturday February 24 The varsity debate squad entered thus contest and won two out of sux debates placung fourth In a group of ten schools Then on March 2 and 3 a group consnstlng of two sophomores Larry Brown and Kelly Goss and two lun uors Ron Holdbrook and Ronald Rnch ter accompanied by thenr coach Mlss Alnce E Kahn attended the Natnonal Forenslc League Dnstrlct Tournament G I V A ., , f . . - I ' . . . . . . ' I ' I ' ' T3 at Delaware Willis High School, ning- Afthiseventfhesqwads, begin- : - 1 ' . I I I 1 1 ' , . . ' I' 'A U DEBATE Left to rlght Dwught Johnson Joseph Kappes Wllluam Totten JoAnne Shannon Davnd Lust Larry Brown Kelly Goss Seated Mss Kahn held thas year at Bowling Green State Unnverslty Bowlung Green Ohuo At thus tournament the Oregon style of debatlng was used The process of ellmtnatuon was by team Wlth a total of two wlns out of three rounds of debate the affnrmattve team com posed of Larry B ro w n sophomore and Ronald Rnchter Iunuor were quall fred to enter the quarter fnnals They were defeated by a Dayton Oakwood team which later took fnrst place un thus dtstrnct meet The two teams af furmatlve and negative had as theur total for three rounds of debate before enterrng the quarter funals three wnns out of sux contests Thus was a very good average consnderung the youth fulness of the Newark teams entered Debate actlvuttes came to a close thas year wuth a postseason All Events Speech Tournament scheduled by Newark Senior Hugh School on April T4 Thls tourney was orlgnnally sched uled for Saturday February 3 but due to a snowstorm whnch closed the Newark schools the tournament had to be postponed unttl a future tame Those schools un attendance on Satur day Apnl T4 for the event were Day ton Oakwood Dayton Falrmont Co lumbus Central Columbus East Co lumbus North Sprnngfneld Delaware Wullls Crncnnnatu Wyomtng Marys valle South Charlestown Wooster and Athens For thelr contrubutlon on HnTrme thus year the debaters chose as thenr program a round table dlscussnon of the debate questnon for the 195051 season The sophomore members were featured on the show whuch was held on Wednesday February 28 at A OO on WCLT Those students taknng part un the dlscussuon were Jo Ann Shan non Joseph Kappes Wxlluam Totten Jerry Parrnll Larry Brown and Kelly Goss who acted as moderator for the group Presentatuon of awards and hon ors along wath the debate banquet held an May completed a successful T950-51 debate season. One Hundred Eleven MUSIC APPRECIATION I I I I I Row I Ann Banrd Darlene Helms Donnalea Cam Ann Dupler Dorothy Muller Wunnfred Austun Chrtsttne Rnchards Jane Campbell Sandra Wtlley Stephen Spaldmg Lots Ann Bob Mlrtam Farmer Mary Jo Wllllams Row 2 Mr Knngery Martlyn Markle Sharon Warner Emlly Beardshear Zoanne Hobbs Vnrgmta Evans Mary Ann Smucker Marlene Retchley Patsy Patterson Nancy Batr Nancy Davus Marlene Patterson Jo Anne Markle Shurley Muller Geraldnne Franks Martlyn Httchcock JoAnn Vorhees Ann Barrnck Row 3 Henry Ruchardson Donald Grove Wnlluam Whtte Kenneth Gray George Heusey Davtd Cretghton Rodney How arth Leon Ruchey Alan Varner John Beckman Karl Gelfer Wtlluam Mackenzte Thomas Beckett ments, Sachs and placed these vol umes In the llbrary A gtft of fifty nlne record albums from Frank Spencer .Jr launched Mu slc Appreclatton on Its sixth successful season Followung tts program of past years the club conttnued to hold meettngs the fnrst and third Monday of spectal study durnng the fsrst semester Durung the second semester Fred E erett Marnlyn Vermllnon Kenneth Gray and Herman Luckner Ill played solo and duo puano recutals In the Re cntals Mnnuature serues Three pro grams were atred for Its Hu Tlme Conttnuong nts polucy of nnvestnng money ID Items from which the enture student body could dertve benefut the club placed the periodicals Musical Amenca, The Dlapason, The Mu stcal Quarterly, and Vlollns and Vlo lmnsts nn the school ltbrary In add: tuon nt purchased Muslc lh the Ba roque Era, Bukofzer Studtes In Me dneval and Renaussance Muslc, Bukof zer and The Hlstory of Musical Instru One Hundred Twelve On Aprtl I3 Music Appreclatlon sponsored the Denuson Strung Quartet assnsted by Mlss Sue Haury and Mr Herman Larson, also from Denlson Un: marked the flrst In a sertes of concerts of serlous muslc to be held over a pe nod of years proceeds from which are to purchase a grand prano for the school audltornum stage and to nn crease gtfts of magaznnes books and records to the school The club also contnnued publtcatton of M u s I c al Notes, edited by Marilyn Hntchcock The annual club concert was presented In assembly on May 7 OITICEFS of the group were Jane Campbell presndent Stephen Spald :ng vuce president Rosemary Art sec retary and Sandra Willey treasurer Stephen Spaldnng was chanrman ofthe Program Commxttee Karl Gelfer of the Purchasing Commtttee Gordon R Ktngery was advtser 1 -1 ' ' I . , , . each month. The concerto received versity, in a concert. This program . V- . . U , - ' I I 1 r I . . . - I . I - . . . . - I I I Q . ' I I ' NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL BAND My we 'WWW 'vw 'WAS Row l Myron Pearce Rob rt Toland asslstant drum mayor Martlyn Jnnks Judy Frnley Ruth Chaney Jeannine Lohrman Norma McDonald Dee Hess Sonya Clark mascot Jean Hun s Joy Koblentz Nlancy Pearce Sally Cochran Janet Wolfe head malorette Herman Lu kner Fontaine Fish Kenneth Gray h ad drum mayor Row 2 Barbara Brown Iona Martrn Marlene Rector Patrucna Orrus Carol Mnlle Joan Green Jackue Rowe Lunda Strate Robert Houck Pau Sand Glenn Whtt Lereta Waldeck Carl Shanahorn Brannon Wade Cook Kenneth Davts Marnlyn McCann Gerald Corbln Wllllam Whlte Nancy Francts Joan Cochran Opal Gooden Galen Smith Row 4 Nelda Sptcer Marnlyn Vermtllon Lots Gordon Ralph Levlngston John Brohard Evelyn Hughes Beatrnce Hotchkuss Elaune DeLong Shlrlee Chnldren Byron Ruffle Carolyn Lucas Rhoda Fox Patrncla Atwood Hugh Hnndman Patrucna Brown Dnana Mohler Sarah Baker Row 5 Mary Sensabaugh Eluzabeth Macy 'Vlaratha Morgan Lucllle Dudley Ellzabeth Johnson Estelle Francus Dlxue Muller Janet Wade Joanne McDonough James MacNealy Cralg Hnndman Mary Burcher June Foster Sandra Vogelmner Jean Baughrnan Row 6 Jack Holmes Patrucua Jetfrres Lola Baughman Patructa Hart JoAnn Bowers Nell Barr Charles Dumm John lden Keuth Lmdeman James Wolfe Gene VanMeter Ned Harter Annts Raach Margaret Srmth Donna Jean Cochran Row 7 James Lewns Richard Harris Ronald Gamble Roy Turk Roger Carson Rethamae Seymour Shtrley Wood Nancy Cartnal The one hundred one puece band of Newark Hugh School and nts durector Myron A Pearce have had a very busy season Last October the band observed the Ohlo State Unlverslty Band In skull practice and saw the Ohio Putt game The Newark Hugh Band attended all the football games and presented a halftume show At the homecommg game sensor members were honored The Band also played at several community gatherings throughout the year These Included the Communuty Chest Parade Fun Fest Parade the ar rnval of Santa Claus and, of course the N H S Commencement The fifth annual Concert was gtven on March 29 and 30 Agarn thus year members entered the Dustrlct Contests for Solos and En sembles which were held March T7 at Manstleld Hugh School and the State Contests whnch were held Aprll 2l at Ohuo Wesleyan Unuverslty The Dnstruct Band Chorus and Orchestra contest was held at Newark Hlgh School Aprll 7, and the State at Cap ltal Unlversuty April 22 Thus year the Band Festnval was held at Llma May ll and T2 The second annual Cnty Wnde Musucal Festuval was on May lA and 15 One Hundred Thnrteen ' ti, , .Q 4 1 ' X XS ' ltaifl 5 1 1 3 5 , i ' W' V-W as -H R 1 W , 1 - 1 J A 1 1 -9 1 1 1 - 1 f 1 I t ' r, , ' , ' , , l s, e, , , Barbara Orris. Row 3-Margaret Strait, Nancy Hart, Nancy Hanley, Richard Reynerd, Edwin Dillehay, Ted Breadshear, Thomas , . . y ' A I 1 1 1 ' I I - , . I l - L . . . . . 1 1 1950 BAND CONCERT Xefgvf? If ,ar Q- Front Standung Harold Freshour master of cererruonues Myron Pearce durector Row 1 Marulyn Mawhorter Nancy Pearce Maru lyn Vermuluon Sarah Baker Dale Ralston Kenneth Gray Jean Hunes Janet Wolfe Phyllus Rune Joy Koblentz Jeannune Lohrman Sally Cochran Row 2 Fred Hayes Margery Holman Walter Wuley Phyllus Orr Joan Turk James MacNealy Joan Brungardner Fontaine Fush Ruchard Lupplncott Robert Warthen Eluzabeth Johnson Mary Sensabaugh Ruta Pettut Eluzabeth Macy Nancy Wuckman Karl Varney Grant Stradley Joseph Paukunson Charles Angelettu Row 3 Ruchard Senff Evelyn Hughes Rhoda Fox Duana Mohler John Brohard James Wolfe Craug Hundman Janet Wade Edward Cooley Duxue Muller Davud Baldung June Foster Phulup Dupler Blanche Dutcher Nancy Francus Annus Rauch Ned Harter Donald Ruenhart Margaret Straut Ruchard Reynard Wade Cook Kenneth Davus Mar Iyn McCann Barbara Fredrutz Edwun Dullehay Gene Kunsey Row A Lunda Strate Patrucua Orrus Duane Masters Charles Carson Robert Toland Nancy Cartnal Ruchard Hall James Lewus Wulluam Rose Lola Baughman Patrucua Hart Keuth Lundeman Patrucua Jeffrues Edward Dupler John lden Robert Steunberger Wulluam Whute Harlan Harmon Gene VanMeter Standung rear rught Robert Houck Margery Patruck Carol McHenry Barbara Orrus Joanne McDonough On Aprul 13 and 14 1950 the New ark Hugh School Band presented uts an netj There followed a select Class AA contest number, Amerucan Holuday One Hundred Fou nual concert, under the durectuon of Myron A Pearce Harold Freshour acted as master of ceremonues The concert was guven un the hugh school gymnasuum The program began wuth the Begun ners Band playtng several numbers Tuttuca Roberts durected the last num er The second portuon of the program was played by the Junuor Hugh School Band, made up of members from the tour cuty uunuor hugh schools Gerald Corbun durected the last number un thus group Intermussuon followed The Hugh School Concert Band played a theme song and then began the concert proper wuth the concert march Mauesty of Ameruca, lBen H8911 KCaulluetl a cornet truo of Charles An gelettu Joseph Parkunson and Grant Stradley playung Three Kungs fSmuthl South Pacutuc ileudzenl a trombone octet of Robert Steunberger John lden Edgar Dupler Patrucua Jeffrues Keuth Lundeman, Patrucua Hart, Lola Baugh man and Robert Warthen playung a fantasy Two Paurs of Sluppers KPut manl a rhythmucal Carubbean lMor russeyl a humoresque Comun through the Rye CBellstecltl teaturung Fred Hayes, clarunettust a novelty Dry Bones CYoderl The program con cluded wuth March ofthe Champuons lHuffnerl durected by Robert Steun berger and Ruchard Sentf As a coda to the program the band played the Sousa Stars and Strupes Forever r sf.. -:I - -.x:,,gf:- In 1 X , , I ,fi ,I.. M f " l 5 1 u 2 ? Q 1 , I C 1 1 I r I t 7 1 I I A' I A 1 I I I . I I A A I I 4 I ' 7 I I 1 I . I I I V I 1 4 I V I 1 I I I I 1 4 I I 1 I I I I I 4 I I' 1 1 I I I A I I I 1 1 I I I 1 V I I 1 . I r V 4 I I . I I I 1 I 1 I I I r I 1 I l I 1 I A 4 I 1 - - I I 1 I V I I Dudley, Carol Foit, Barbara Brown, Donna Parrish, Electa Roberts, Herman Luckner, Marilyn Jinks, Douglas Johnson, Roy Turk, Roger I I I 1 I 1 l I I I I 1 4 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I A I I I - 1 . v I . I I - I I ' - - - II - - II I - . . , , - - II I II - D - I . . . ,, . . ,, . 1 ' I - I I - I I - I b II I - II 1 . I ' Il ' ll I - . . - U II - I I I II I I . . . . I - II - I . . . . II . . - II - II I . u - - II H - H 1951 BAND CONCERT Durtng the evennngs of March 29 and 30 1951 the Newark Hugh School Band presented nts ever popular con cert under the drrectuon of Myron A Pearce The theme of the whole con cert was Say It Wuth Muslc The program was dnvnded Into three sections Flrst to display their talents were members of the Begunners Band Roger Baldlng conducted the fnnal number Next the Junuor Hugh School Band played A trombone solo played by June Toland and the du rectnng of Lots Rsggs featured thus sec tion The flnal part of the program was played by the Senlor Hugh School Band It consvsted of My Hero Al ford Ruchard Ill German Roberta Kern Annue Laurue a trumpet tno onslstnng of Nancy Francus Gerald Corbnn and Thomas Brannon Leonard Cool Water Nolan Bennett We re Moods Americana Humel Old Mc Donald Isaac For Brasses Walters Herbert Clarke a truumphal march Boyer Mr Zumpfer a close fruend of Mr Pearce and dxrector of the Shrune Band of Columbus conducted hts own number Stars and Strupes Forever Sousa was an encore Master of Ceremonnes for the con cert was James Qunckel One H nd ed Fftee 1 ' r ' - - I I I 4 " I - - , , : ' I - I ' ' ' V' " ' f On Our Way To tctory, Znmp erg , 1 1 ' , , 1- 1 . . . A 'I I 1' . I ' TENTH ANNUAL CONCERT Front Durector Wendell M Jones At puano lleft to rughtl Jea Gruder and Shurley Lee Row l Carol Scott Harruett Vande yender Peggy Stuff Jo Ann Fr deru lc Glorua Northy Augusta Lucas Januce Fusheu Aluce Huber Barbara Parsons Nancy Hunt Donna Jean Smuth Jean Spencer Frances Vandevender Frances Elmore Row 2 Muldred Hels r Patrucua Jeffrue Wulma Maunes Marcella Pettut Susan Wulkun Beverly Blowers Eleanor Yockey Carol Wuld n Marulyn Vermuluon Jean Snoor Nancy Hobbs Helen Tanner Fllen El zabeh Macy Claure Ann Brungardner Margaret Smuth Joanne Vorhees Patrucua Halbrooks Barbara Crust Betty Mclaughlun Robert Cates Row 3 Jean Burgess Susan Ruehl Carol Kuger Maruorue Mummey Faye Webb Phyllus Porter Lunda Strate Hallue Davus Reguna Holland Betty Dean Caron Frey Muldred Boylan Joan Brungardner Ann Baurd Sally Ann Fletcher Shurley Farmer Row A Beverly Baker Dorus McCIung Carol Radcluffe Shurley Rose Wanda Putt Sharon Warner Jame Van Wunkle James Von Schrultz Norman Trumble Robert G'asmeur Bernard Wunce Joan Farmer Mary Wulson Nancy Cornell Joyce Brown Chrustune Wells Betty Hupp Row 5 Mona Moran Jo Ann Brooks Sandra Callentune Beulah Wulluams Wanda Muller Theodore Bradshaw James Quuckel John lden Frank Beatty Lynn Kramer Geraldune Hoy Mary Jane Bormg Patrucua Homman On May 5 T950 The Newark Hugh S c h o ol Chapel Chorus presented uts tenth annual conecrt under the du rectuon of Wendell M Jones Shurley Jones and played by Robert Cates A group of solos followed They were two duo puano numbers an ex cerpt from the furst movement of Lee was accompanust The program was presented un the hugh school au dutoruum The concert began wuth All Haul the Power lDuademJ, arranged by Ruch ards and contunued wuth Beneductus and Sanctus from the St Cecllua Mass, Gounod and Carol of the Bells Leontovuch Acombunatuon of reed organ, puano and chorus ren dered Ave Marue, Bach Gounod O God Our Help un Ages Past Mueller was sung followed by Trumpet Song Purcell Reed, featurung an ob blugato for trumpet, arranged by Mr One Hundred Suxteen Concerto In A Munor, Grueg and Valse from Suute For Two Puanos, Arensky played by Jean Gruder and Shurley Lee Vocal solos were sung by Frances Elmore Robert Cates, Doro thy Wulluams, and JoAnn Frederuck The chorus resumed wuth The Sun Goes Down, Flagler Ba e Geubel Home Charles, and Lookung for the Lost Chord arranged by Lorenz The program concluded wuth the alma maters of the four lunuor hugh schools and the senuor hugh school Robert Cates acted as master of ceremonues Kentucky Ho' Nobody l t W , A V . W . W n . . ' W I . - N . D .F . . , . 1 1 - - 1 ,,,, 1 1 . R , A . . . Q , . 1 1 1 . V 1 -1 1 . . . 2 . .,. 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 I , . . . . . , . ' ' l I 1 1 1 1 1 r 4 'T 1 1 1 1 r r 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 r I ' E 1 1 1 1 ' 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - T- 1 1 1 1 r ' r r 1 1 1 1 1 . I I ' ' 0 1 . I I ' - , 11 11 o . 1 ' 1 . ,, . ll ' ' . - 1 ' ' Il ' ll ' . ' 1 II ll ' ' ' ll II ll ll 1 1 ,, . . . b 11 . 1,H.I , . , , u. . . 11 11 - I - I 11 - 11 11 11 ' . , . . ,, . - 1 ,, . . . 1 ,, . . . , ' . THE CHORUS AND CHAPEL CHOIR -4.1 Row l Betty Hupp Carol Scott Twlla Gramm Barbara Parsons Wendell M Jones Delores Hess Shlrley Marmne Shnrley Crust Barbara Duffee Row 2 Bonnie Marmne Wulma Rogers Betty Huffman Sylyaa Smnth Lynn Kramer Bernard Vvnnce Patrrcua Purvns Kath enne Gress Amy Johnson Shlrley Thompson Mary Smtth Row 3 Shlrley Wuley Charlene Messuck Rnchard Sutton Frank Beatty Stewart Beck Rnchard Huffman James Quuckel Estelle Francvs Sharon Warner Shirley Rose Donna Ankrum Mamle Hall Joyce Brown Faye Webb Chnstlne Wells Regrna Holland Jean Snoor Robert Glasmeuer Carol Wllden The chorus under the dnrectlon of assemblues wuth specual emphasis on Wendell M Jones IS composed of reg the Chrlstmas chapel ular choral classes whuch meet every This year Chew members had The MO'TdaY and Tl'lUV5daY From these dustnnctnon of partlcupatung an a carol regular classes members are chosen Smg Oh The Square as 3 paff of The TO' me Chapel Chow Each alalallcam Chrrstmas season festlvltles This was TOT me Chapel Clloll' mU57 be able T0 a fnrsttume performance of thus kund 5'VlQ LHS Pan 'ndel3enClemlY and aCCUV for the cholr and for the cuty of New ately and to retam membership he ark but the Chamber of Commerce must recezve an A rn chorus each sux hopes T0 make If an amwal alfalf Weeks The clrmax of the chosrs season was ofcourse the annual sprung con cert presented on May 3 The season thus year ended wuth partucnpatuon an H' Tfme 'll PV09 ame TO' The PT A the cuty wnde musuc festuval held on at varnous churches and for several May ld and I5 at Whute Fueld Thus year Chour members partuco pated rn programs on WCLT for Its One Hand ed Seventeen 1- .......4 4 , - W. 'N , ga f in Row A4Bonnie Bunhard, Martha Nlchols, Jean Ramsey, Lois Ann Bob, Norma McDonald, Glenda Hess, Bonnie Fishbaugh, . , ' l . 1 1 . r 4 - I I - - TRADES AND INDUSTRY Gene Kung Charles Kalt Stan Porter R w 2 Dale Prl st Rnchard ills Eugene Monroe The machine shop students at New ark Hugh School thus year formed an entlrely different organlzatlon than had been malntauned durung previous years The Trades and Industry Club under the advlsershup of Mr Harold Oatman consusted ot those boys who Cue HJ wdre d E ghtecn were Interested prlmaruly an machlne shop management and the maunte nance annl operation of varlous shop equipment The club met the first four perrods every mornlng TD the NHS lndustrlal Arts Department Building Row 1-Eugene Eowman, George Hanners, Albert Francis, Lawrence Rector, Nlr. Oatman, Joseph Varrasso, William Truex . , . . A x 1. g , . f , . SECRETARY S CLUB Row l Aluce Huber Mona Lusettn Josephme Annarnno Lounse Peffers Jean Burgess Peggy Stuff Pauline Valea Ruth Moran Augusta Lucas lan Carol Jean Ruckrnch Mona Potter Frances Hall Mrs Rexroth The Secretary s Club was organnzed an the fall of T950 for the purpose of brungung together outstandung sensor gurls tn the commercual course The frrst meetung was a tea In the home of Mrs Rexroth adviser Mr Everett Reese presldent of the Park Natnonal Bank was the speaker Has sublect was What a Business Man Ex pects ot a Good Secretary Mtss Gertrude Lytle who had been psychologucal analyst at Owens Corn mg for seven years was an unterestmg speaker at one meeting She lasted thnrteen ponnts that a good secretary should have and gave psychological tests After the Easter vacation another tea was held ln the home of Mrs Rex roth Mass Helen Vogelmeuer spoke on The Appearance of a Secretary Oftucers tor the year were Jean Bur gess presndent Bnllle Sue Melton vlce president Phyllis Porter secretary and Aluce Huber treasurer One Hundred N meteen I Row 2 -Dorothy Geller, Annamae Harman, Phyllis Porter, Jean Hunes, Billie Sue Melton, Harriet Wagner, Muldrecl Boy , . . . 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I I I - I . - - - I I I DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB Seated left to rlght Bonnre Moore Rob rt Hom s Marguerrte Bowman Nnlda Bodkln Ronald Doll Douglas Acord Bonme Westlake Carolyn Llnn Verna Haublaub Rrchard Branscorne Larry Landrum The Dnstrrbutlve Education Club IS Catton Clubs of Onto whuch as the state wtde organlzatlon The local club IS also afflllated with The Dlstrrbutlve Educatuon Clubs of Ameruca whuch IS the natlonal organlzatlon Member shup as made up of the students ln the Cooperatlve Retaulung course of the hrgh School The purpose of The Dustrnbutuve Educatton Clubs are ill to develop progresslve leadershup In The Treld of dlstrlbutton C25 to provtde for an llW tellvgent cholce of occupatuons ID dns trnbutron Through exploratuon of op portunutues tn The Tleld C3l to create ln each member an abldung Interest IH hrs chosen occupatlon Through an appre One Hundred Twenty cratnon of the opportunnty at offers :cal standards In busuness C53 to pro vlde for mental and physrcal health through satlsfactory soclal and recrea tonal actrvutres nd T n gender a healthy respect Tor voca tlonal educatlons and a desure to keep abreast of current developments n busuness through use of The trannrng tacrlrtues nt offers both ID school and adult lTe The adviser of The Dlstrlbutlve Edu catuon Club was Mass Ethel J Angus Offocers were James l-lotfer prest dent Marguerlte Bowman vice pres: dent Wrlda Bodkln secretary Robert Holmes treasurer and Carolyn Llnn reporter Standnng left to right!-Miss Angus, Barbara Andrews, Faye Webbj Evan M:Collough, Alice McDonald, Leland Ridenbaugh the local club of the Distributive Edu- C45 to encourage the use of high eth- ' ' , ' T' ' ' ' 5 a lbl O e - . . . I ' i , SALES ORGANIZATION Row I George Bates Davld Roberts Donna Wllson Duane Schonberg Sylvta Smlth Jerry McDanlel Wnlllam Stafford Don Wheeler Yost Damel Strncker The Sales Organnzatnon ns composed of students who wlsh to galn knowl edge and practncal expenence un sell ang and business All refreshments at the football games are sold by thls group Some of the students are paud on an hourly basns for the servuces whuch they render The proceeds are used for school actuvmes or to purchase some :tem from which all students wlll bene ft Thus year the group has guven some money to the Student Councll vvhuch has IU turn used the fund for assembly programs The club IS un decuded as to what else the group will purchase that will be beneficial to all at thus wrutnng The advuser of thus group IS Mr Edward Stradley One Hundred Twenty One Row 2-Mr. Edward Stradley, Francis Halblaub, Douglas Acord, Walter Spence, Harold Miller, George Boichan Ernest . . - i I . . ' V I f SCIENCE CLUB Row l Phulrp Cochran Wulluam Mackenzne Frank McCafferty Allan Chaney Row 2 'Vlr Stewnh rger Jam s Lucas James Cochlan Barbara Orr Laureen Cline Cynthia Tucker Dan Strncker Don Lund rooth Wllllam Hornby Walter Chawey The purpose of thus club ns to bet ter acquaint nts members wrth the tuelds of science outside the currlcu Ium ot the regular science courses The club us made up of members ot the student body tnterested an any or all forms of sclence The members study sclence and tts problems both as It IS taught In school and as tt appears cur rently ne Hun WT: Durung the year the program was made up of speeches by members demonstrations of scnentufuc pnncuples and other educatuonal sclentltnc mate rual The club met once every other week Club otfncers for the year were Frank McCafterty presldent, Allen Chaney vice presldent Donna Ank rum secretary and Walter Chaney treasurer The club advnser was Mr P G Stelnberger Row 3--William Rovnbolrl, Jerry Graft, Harold Miller, Robert Hunt, Charles Dennns, Charles Bradshaw, Donald Grsgsby 7 . - . . . . . . 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I I - l I - r I I aft -.o CAMERA CLUB Row Z Patrucua Prnce Ronme Moore Donald Grrgsby Ned Harter Carl Frazuer Marian Neubarger Mr Desgrange The Newark Hugh School Camera Club met every second Wednesday of the month In Room 205 The group dlscussed the taktng and developung of puctures and other tnformatuon deal :ng wuth photography An Important protect of the club was the bunldung of a dark room A tnlrn was purchased by the Club en tntled Dark Room Procedure Thus fulm wall help future members of the club to learn how to use the dark room Money for the fllm was earned through paper drives and was taken from members dues Officers of the club were Marlan Nelbarger presldent Barbara Spencer vnce presndent .leannlne Shockley sec retary and Carl Frazer treasurer Mr Robert Desgrange was the advaser One Hundr d Twenty Three Row l-Kay Powell, Barbara Spencer, Earlene Burrell, Lois Spellman, JoAnn Knight, Barbara Rector, Jennine Shockley f , f ' I I A Hl-Y CLUB Row l John Brohard Fred Everett Gerald Splker Edward Hammond Karl Gelfer Row 2 John Koontz Wrlson Rosebraugh Rrchard Saylor Robert Lampton Davnd Crerghton Dale Wrdrug Row 3 Mr Logan Crossland Rrchard Smrth Wrllram Kustler Donald Koerner Wrllrarn Kramer Robert McCarg Rrchard Jones Mr Ralph Smuth Mr Ralph Race Row A Ronald Harns Frank Beatty Ronald Doll Larry Campbell Charles Deeds Walter Montgomery Duane Holmqurst The Newark Hn Y Club meets every Tuesday evening at the Y M C A lt IS a club composed of lunror and senior create and manntarn and extend throughout the school and community hugh standards of Chrlstlan character The l95O 5l officers of the club were Wulson Rosebraugh presldent Rlcharcl Saylor vlce presrdent Robert Lamp ton secretary and Davrd Crelghton treasurer The advrsers were Mr Ralph E Rnce of Newark Hngh School Mr Ralph Smuth of the Y M C A and Mr Logan Crossland ot the Y Mens Club The ambltuon of a Hr Y member IS to do the best he can nn speech man ner study and servnce to make lute One Hundred Twenty Four most worthwhlle for himself and his communrty H s slogan cean speech clean sports clean scholarshnp One of the clubs servlce protects of thus past year was a cnty wrde hal loween party for younger boys of Newark The club also helped brrng to Newark Mr Paul Harrns a natnonally known lecturer on International at fairs and on the problems of hugh school students Mr Harrrs spoke at an assembly of the hugh school and also to the local Krvvanus Club Dunng Holy Week the Hu Y Club and the Y Teens sponsored a senes of assembly programs at whnch members of the Llckrng County Mlnlsternal Assoclatlon spoke ' . . . . ' ' . i is " l l I I I I high-school boys. Its purpose ns to and clean living." . I I I D ' . I Q I I - ' . - I I I - . , . I . . , . KEY CLUB l Row 1 Thomas Baldnng Charles Dennus James Ruce Lynn Kramer Row 2 Robert Kerns James Lucas Wnlluam Kramer Wnlluam Walker Ronald Helman Donald Luby Donald Rogers Row 3 Mr John Sabo Jeremtah Steele Walter Chaney Wnlluam Klstler Donald Swartz Wulluam Stuchter Mr Hale Durung tts second season of exust ence the Newark Hugh School Key Club engoyed a very prosperous and active year The club consisted of about twenty fnve members durung 195051 Throughout the year the members took part nn varnous partnes prolects and athletnc actlvltues The Knwams fathers presented programs at the weekly meetnngs a nd also helped nn promotung varuous other ac tnvntues The club made a great suc cess out of nts two money makung protects whnch were selllng NHS basketball schedule penctls and N H S Incense plate brackets A few of the achnevements attained were wnnnnng fourth pruze un the Homecomung float parade presentnng one assembly for the student body enloymg a very successful basketball season wtth other Key Club teams In Central Ohno and havlng regular at tendance of members at Klwams luncheons The organnzatlon attended the Ohio District Convention of Kev Clubs In Youngstown on Aprnl 93 and 29 1951 The Internatlonal Conven tion was held In Muam: Florida The club met on Wednesday eve nungs an the Fnberglas Club Rooms Of fucers were Wllluam Walker presndent James Lucas vnce presldent Bernard Datter secretary and Wulluam Kramer treasurer Bernard Dutter was also Lt Governor for Dnstrlct Nine for the Ohuo Dustrlct Advisers were Jack Hale John Sabo and Dr W Myers One Hundred Twenty Flve BAND PARENTS CLUB Rowl Lowell W Vermuluon lTreasurerl Mrs H R Luckner Jr lSecl Mrs Roy Turk lPresudentl Mrs Clyde Chaney Frew C Boyd lAdvuserJ Myron A Pearce lAdvuserl Row 2 Mrs Kenneth Baldung Mrs Lester Brohard Mr Lester Brohard Mr Robert Culver Mr Frank E Dumnu Mr Louus Angeuettu Mr Louus Angelettu Mrs Charles A Gray Row 3 R E Hart Mrs R E Hart L L Atwood Mrs L Atwood Bessue Baughman Mrs Kelson Meluck Kelson Meluck Cary P Wolfe Murray C Foster Roy S Turk Mrs Ernest Rector Mrs Charles Morgan Row A K W Varney Mrs K W Varney Mrs L W Vermuluon Mr Dan Cook uVuce presudentn Mrs Ora Sands M Ora Sands M s P W Cartnal M5 L S Junks The Newark Hugh School Band Par ents Club was organuzed to promote the welfare of the Band It rs com posed of the parents of boys and gurls who are members of the Senuor Band Meetungs are held once a month on the last Monday After the busmess sessuon entertaunment us pro vuded and usually lught refreshments are served by varuous members of the club Every year members of the Senuor Band are the g.uests of the Band Club at a dunner party Thus year the dun ner was held at the Park Terrace and after dunruer followed by an enuoyable program dancung completed the eve nung s entertaunment One Hundred Twenty Sux The largest prouect undertaken dur ng the year lust past was the purchas ung of overcoats for the enture lOl puece Marchung Band The Band Parents Club also treated the members of the Band to the State Putt Football game un October so that the Bandsmen mught have the pruvulege ot observung two tune college bands un actuon The offucers of the Club for the l95O 51 school year were Mrs Roy Turk presudent Mr Dan Cook vuce presudent Mrs H R Luckner Jr sec retary Mr Lowell Vermuluon treas urer and Mr Myron A Pearce advus er Mr Frew C Boyd also was an ad vuser 'A-. l, . ,. .,. -.. , ,.. , .. ,- ,r... . 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N ll I fl La JOHN BHLD MONTE POSE RICH Row 1 Wtllnam McCafterty Mtlan Franga James Cochlan Robert Vann Jeremlah Steele George Rtley Thomas Bald mg James Lucas Edward Bradley Robert Spencer Row 2 Head Coach Ray Scntck Ned Nehls John Moore James Kemath Thomas Jones Ronald Harrts Rtchard Smnth Conrad Blowers Eugene Campolo Robert McCatg Fmdley Chappelear Donald Shoemaker Row 3 Assistant Coach Leonard Wtlhelm Wulllam Stxchter Wtlltam Posey Thomas Ballmger John Markham George Kelley Rodney Howarth Wtlltam Kramer Donald Swartz Richard Hendren James Steele Monte Landns Assustant Coach Joseph Carlo POLAR BEARS FREEZE CATS The Newark Hugh Wildcats went CATS CLAW TIGERS The Newark Wildcats started off theur T950 season promnstngly by de featmg the Columbus East Ttgers In an tmpressnve 38 to T2 vtctory at the Newark tnttnated the scornng on a pass from Vann to Stlchter who later aled to Cochlan who went over for the score In the second quarter Vann scored on a quarterback sneak Coch lan scored again nn the thnrd and G Rtley scored has ftrst of three stratght touchdowns G Ruley scored twtce rn the fourth quarter to end the New ark scornng Cochlan kncked one con verston and Franga plunged over for another East scored once nn the fnrst quarter and once In the fourth Newark I2 Columbus East 6 O O 6 12 One Hundred Thtrty Two down for their tmtlal defeat at the Whtte Field Stadium Friday night September 22 The Columbus North for an undefeated season by beattng the Wuldcats T5 to 14 Early tn the fnrst quarter a hugh pass from the cen ter whtch was dropped by the ktcker nn the end zone was recovered by a Columbus North player for a safety The strong N e w a r k combtnatton bounced back and scored a touchdown on a pass from Rtley to Sttchter un the end zone In the second North scored agatn un the thurd makung the con versnon which proved to be the wnn nnng potnt In the fourth quarter Cochlan scored Newarks fnnal ponnts on a quarter back sneak Cochlan also made both conversions Newark Columbus North I I White Field Stadium, September 15. Polar Bears ruined Newark's illusions I - . . . I ' - 1 . 7 6 13 -39 0 7 o 7fl4 - 8 0 7 o-15 FELINES CLAW BOBCATS The Newark Wlldcats won their Central Ohro League opener at Cam bridge September 29 by defeating a stubborn Bobcat eleven 24 to O The Wildcats scored early an the game on a I9 yard run by George Riley New ark fauled to score the rest of the fnrs half The Waldcats opened the second half wlth a bang when speedy Make age 70 yards for a touchdown Later an the same quarter G Rlley plunged over from the two yard line Wlth less than ftve munutes remalnung ID the game Franga agaln showed hrs speed on a nlce I6 yard touchdown run to end the scorung Newark 6 Ca br dge 'CATS CLAW TIGERS The Newark Hugh School Wlldcats proved too much for the Marietta Tigers as tney defeated them 34 to I4 on October 7 at the Whnte Fneld Sta dnum lt was the Cats second wnn an as many starts an league play The scoring parade started early In the first quarter for the Wlldcats Vann scored on a quarterback sneak after several nlce runs by the Newark back field G Rvley then reeled off two touchdowns tn suc esslon one un the latter part of the flrst quarter and one an the second The Cats chalked up two scores In the thurd wath Cochlan and Vann carryung the mall Baldlng krcked three placements and Franga ran one for points after touchdowns Ne ark O Mar etta CATS TRIPPED BY BLUE DEVILS Although Cats are supposed t brung bad luck especually on Frlday I3 to whoever crosses thelr path this fact was not the case at Zanesvnlle October l3 The Newark Wlldcats suffered theur fnrst league set back and thenr second defeat of the season t the hands of the Zanesville Blue Devlls by the score of 27 to I8 Newark completely out played the Blue Devxls In every department but passing this one weakness cost them the ball game on a pass from Vann to Stlchter ln the second Vann scored on a quarterback sneak ln the thurd G Rnley caught a pass from Vann to end the Newark scorlng Newark farled to make any placements Newark Zanes Ile 3 One H nd ed Th rty Three W I4 6 l4 -34 i O 0 0 I4-T4 I ' o . v - I - - y f I ' I a FVSHQG V60 The fll'ST play from Siflm- Newark scored in the first quarter ' . 6 6 6 oe-ta 6 1 e O 2 24 vi 0 7 7 1 -27 m 1 0 O 0 0 0 ' I l J I' NEWARK OUTCLASSES DAYTON The Nevtark Hugh School Wuldcats played a new opponent Dayton Falr vtew and proved too much Tor them as the Cats came out wuth a 26 to T3 vlctory at the Whlte Fleld Stadium October T9 The Cats domnnatnng the play Through the entnre game needed lust Tour plays to hut pay dnrt George Rlley Newarks speed mer chant dnd the scorlng and Franga plunged for the extra polnt Vann later un the fnrst quarter scored on a quarterback sneak Wnth Cochlan dolng some beauttful passtng The Cats set The stage for Frangas touchdown n the thlrd quarter Jerry Steele Newarks hard charglng Tullback scored Newarks last Touchdown on a 27yard run Baldung s placement was good Newark 0 6 Dayton CATS THUNDER OVER GALES The Newark Hugh Wlldcats turned on the power and ruuned the Lancaster Golden Gales Homecommg wuth a 34 toO vnctory at Lancaster October 27 Atter benng held scoreless ID the Tnrst quarter the Cats broke loose and showed thelr superlorlty Ruley made the fnrst Newark score on a pass from Cochlan Then Coch lan Tound a hole In the Gales lune and scored cllmaxlng a long Newark clrnve In the second half Cochlan agaun passed to Rlley who raced over for the score Cochlan scored later un the same quarter In the last quarter One Hundred Th rty Four Riley scored from the elght yard llne to end the scorlng Baldlng kucked Tour out of Tuve placements Tor New ar Ne ark 7 Lancaster REDSKINS HEX CATS The Hanshue hex of Coshocton re turned on November 3 to put Its mark on the Schlckmen as The Cats went Redsktns at Coshocton The Cats had both the elements and an alert and aggresslve band of Sklns to combat Vann made the TITST Newark touch down on a quarterback sneak Bald nngs try Tor the extra potnt was un successful ln the second quarter Cochlan scored over rught tackle and Bald1ng s placement was good New ark was held scoreless the entsre sec ond halt because of the molasses luke condntnon of the Tleld Coshocton be ang bug and heavy dud not seem to m1nd the mud as the team scored T5 of theur 21 ponnts un the second half Newark Coshocton 6 O 9 6 2l I l' I I ' 1 I - I , i . . h . , ' k. , ' W 0 I4 13 -34 - . 0 0 0 0-0 2 T3 0 T3 -2 I 2 0 7 o 6-I3 4 1 down to a 2l-to-I3 defeat by the 1 ' ' , - 1 . . y ' ' 6 7 o o-13 . ' I . I , . 5 . 'CATS TRAMPLE CAVALIERS The Newark High School 195O foot- ball team put on a brilliant show be- fore the homecoming queens and the faithful, but frozen, fans. The 'Cats could not be stopped as they stomped the Cavaliers 51 to 13 in their foot- ball final The victory gave Newark undisputed second place In the Central Ohio League race behind Zanesville the champions Vann on a quarterback sneak was the first to score Jerry Steele New arks hard charging fullback scored Newarks first touchdown of the sec ond quarter Rlley then made two beautiful touchdown runs of 43 and 55 yards which broke Chrllncothes back Then Cochlan threw to Mark ham who scored Moore recovered a Cavalier blocked punt for a touch down Vann sc red gain on quarterback sneak and Bradley scored on a reverse to turn the game into a rout Cochlan kicked three out of sux placements Ne ark Ch ll cothe O 6 O 7 13 SEASON SCORES Newark Newark Ne ark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark 1950 Football Summotlon When August 21 rolled around Ray Schick found ten lettermen filling the shoes of boys lost by graduation in June The 1950 football season was a fairly successful one for the Newark High School Wildcats They won six games while losing three In Central Ohio League play Newark was runner up Zanes ville taking the championship Newark had a 4 and 2 record lumbus East Newark won two practice ses sions from Marion Harding 20 to O and from Columbus West 27 to 0 Newark was very well represented in after season recognition Don Swartz Newarks bug 230 pound tackle was given a first string berth on the COL offensive team On De cember 5 it was announced that Swartz had gained a first strung tackle berth on the As sociated Press AIlOhlo Hugh School Football team George Riley Newarks fleetfooted half back was given a first string berth on the C O L offensive selections and a second team position on the All Ohio team Riley also ob tained a third team position on the lnterna tional News Service AllOhio football team and was honored with an honorable mention backfleld position on the First and Ten maga zine AllOhxo squad George was the top scorer in the C OL He scored 15 touchdowns Columbus East Columbus North Cambr dge Marietta Zanes alle Dayton Lancaster Coshocton Ch llicothe for 90 points during the 1950 season The ma lority of his touchdowns were recorded result ing from gallops of 40 and 75 yards Rodney Howarth guard was awarded a fnrststring position on the COL offensive team and received honorable mention on the All Ohio selections William Stlchter an end and Jerry Steele halfback received a first-string position on the able mention for Newark in the COL were John Markham end Richard Hendren tackle Thomas Ballinger guard George Kelley cen ter James Cochlan Mike Franga Robert Vann backfield Senior letter winners were Milan Franga James Cochlan Jeremiah Steele George Riley James Lucas Robert Spencer Richard Smith William Stnchter William Posey Thomas Bal linger John Markham George Kelley Rodney Howarth William Kramer Donald Swartz Rich ard Hendren James Steele Athletically Don ald Shoemaker also was senior letterman al though he will not graduate until 1952 Coaches for the 1950 season were Ray Schick head coach Leonard Wilhelm assistant coach Joseph Carlo line coach William Olm sted reserve coach and Pete Weidemaier lun lor high school mentor One Hundred Th r y F e I I . , - 38 L ' v 14 '. - ' l W 24 a 5 o a ' a 349 'A A , 18 , , v' - - 26 A . . 34 l 13 L 51 t A W 6 27 6 12-51 a 1 S , . ' . . . I I , . . , I Before their first grid opener against Co- C.O.L. defensive team. Those receiving honor- f , 2 ' , : . I ' ' 1 ' 1 . l 1 r ' ' ' . ' I , 1 ' ' , ' - 1 1 LHRRY M 4 ,409 X , 1 Q an , . 1 PEHRLY RON NMIE WX ,E 2 if f' In I J ,wiv k f21 I Q XX ' N 'A 1 u y ..', n u 'Ez' on E " if 11, . . 5 3 1 Y 9 Q X51 5 , f Q 254 E? ..T,, EHRP ,nw PETE CHHRUE X I if UDDY B0 .HH ip 5 ll' ,, Q ZZZA W f ' 2 ,F I V 2 n D 11 B sq u ,t K' ,---, If h Q azi V , . f 'aww fqif' .W mg ': :Q r':,L?. vfg 1 . :I- vl -:: :2 H .,' a.,.,.,., :V W R .,,.. 4 . A i lx 'iw ' - wi: W "-' -'QQ ' 3' ' Q N Q . .. ,,.3,Lf' .5 2 A, zz. . :.,: , A ' 1,-hs, S ..,, W ,-g - - -E: Sl 5 2 Q ii . 5, ' V' ' 3 ' , , 4 "f . Q L ' A" , 5 Q sl u 'Y B u u u R I Home Steele Charles De n s Charles Weaver Thomas R ley Lou s Mntchell La ry Campbell Ronald Foote W ll am K stler R 2 Asst coach Paul Harlo James Cromer Robert Vann Charles Deeds Robet Sms George Rley Wayne Mc Peek Head coach Max Douglas One Hu d ed CATS ROPE COWBOYS Floorung a veteran team Max Doug las saw hns Wnldcats outclass the Cow boys from Columbus West 53 to 40 In the Inlllal game of the I9505I basketball season Newark showed potentnal state champnonshup playing once thelr machlne started rolltng the Intermission the Cats virtually had the game sewed up but West staged a rally In the thlrd quarter to make the contest nnterestlng lm Cromer wuth I4 ponnts and Ronnie Foote with IO points sparked the Newark attack WILDCATS SCALPED The Wsldcats lost thenr Central Ohio League opener to the Coshocton Red sktns by the score of 45 4I Leadung I8 to 9 tn the first quarter and 32 to 24 In the second the Cats were a smooth working machlne hlttlng on all cylinders but nn the second half the Redsknns furnnshed the show Co shocton caught and passed Newark tn Th rty E ght the latter part of the third quarter an held off the rallylng Cats untnl t e final whistle to wan Ronnie Foote b sides playing a nnce floor game se the Wildcats scorung pace wuth pounts George Rlley was second best for Newark wnth II The Flndlay Trolans rated as one of the top teams In the state had a close call at the claws of the Newark Wildcats but became vlctor 40 to 38 The Cats kept pace wnth the Trolans In all but the thlrd quarter A fourth quarter rally which saw the Cats pour an I3 points to Flndlays 7 gave the Newark fans a breath taking clamax McPeek wuth IO and Foote wuth 9 were hugh scorers for Newark 'CATS SPILL TIGERS The Newark Hugh Wildcats beat Marletta Friday nnght by the score of 36 to 27 Both teams played very sluggush basketball whnch accounted ow - r , n i, , I , i ' , r , , ow f i. w ,,,, r i , l , I ' d . . , . h D D I , . . . . . I e- - . . . I t . . .. ' ' ' I5 Holding a I2 point edge, 30 to I8 at TROJANS DOWN :CATS ' ' . J' ' for the low score The vuctory evened the Cats record both un season play and COL competutuon Forward Ron nue Foote and Guard George Ruley were top scorers for Newark wuth II apuece N H S QUINTET ROMPS By uumpung to an early halftume score of 33 to 8 the Wuldcats succeed ed un reapung theur revenge upon the Bulldogs of Dayton Faurvuew Every player saw actuon as the Cats racked up a 53 to 32 vuctory Foote and Deeds were hugh pount men wuth I4 and IO pounts respectuvely CATS GET REVENGE The Newark Hugh Wuldcats were forced unto an overtume but came out on top agaunst Cuyahoga Falls by the score of 39 38 as revenge for theur defeat by Falls last year Newark led all the way untul mudway un the fourth quarter when the Northern Ohuoans tued up the score The regulatuon game ended 36 to 36 Scorung honors for the evenung went to Ronnue Foote wuth I4 and Wayne McPeek wuth 9 MIDDIES DUNK 'CATS The Wuldcats ventured to Muddle town December 30 seekung theur fourth straught vuctory but the boys of the host team had other udeas The game never was close after the open ung munutes when Newark got off to a 3 to 0 lead The Muddues then started theur brulluant basketball machune mov ung and left the Cats un the dust of theur fast break The funal score was Muddletown 61 Cats 3I Charlue Deeds and Larry Campbell were not only top scorers for Newark wuth 6 and 7 pounts respectuvely but were brulluant un theur defensuve work CATS TUMBLED BY BLUE DEVILS The Wuldcats dropped below the 500 mark un the Central Ohuo League competutuon when they lost to Zanes vulle by the lopsuded score of 53 to 30 The Devuls got rollung after the open ung m u n u te s and lust couldnt be s to p p e d especually un the second quarter when they made II fuelders un I7 attempts The defeat shoved Newark down unto fufth place un C O L standungs Bug Charlue Deeds New arks center agaun starred for the Cats scorung I3 pounts CAVALIERS EDGE CATS Despute a blusterung r lly un the fourth quarter the Cats were beaten by the Chullucothe Cavaluers 56 to 50 In the furst three quarters Newarks shootung was erratuc but they tossed I8 pounts through the hoop to Chullu cothes 9 un the last quarter to throw a scare unto a team rated as one of ung 7 fuelders topped the Newark attack wuth I4 pounts Foote added I I and Campbell tallued IO GALES DOWN CATS Newark Hugh Schools basketball squad suffered uts fourth straught de feat at the hands of the Lancaster Golden Gales by the score of 44 to 39 The setback pushed Newark unto a three way tue for last place un the C O L They now owned one wun and four losses un league play The game was tued at half tume and was close all the way wuth the Cats leadung most of the tume Jum Cromer was top scorer for the Cats wuth 9 pounts Earp Mutchell and Bob Sums also turned un umpresslve perform ances by scorung 7 pounts each One Hundred Th rty N ne Q . I I , - . . I I , I - . - , I , . Til' iiiil 1?ii?TTi I u . . . 6 . , I . , , , . Ohio's best. Big Charlie Deeds, scor- , - , I I . , , . - 1 . I - , 1 ' ' , . I . WILDCATS OUTLAST JACKETS The Douglasmen got back on the wunnlng srde with their vuctory over Mt Vernon 47 to 45 to snap a four game loslng streak The Wildcats avengmg themselves for the two de feats by the Yellow Jackets last year had to survive a fourth quarter rally by theur age old ruvals Newark was leading 45 to 38 wnth two minutes left In the game when they saw thelr lead cut to two pounts with 50 seconds of play Earp Mltchell scored what proved to be the wunnlng basket .lam my Cromer led the Newark attack with 10 markers CATS FALTER AT DOVER After getting away to a fast start the Wnldcats ran out of gas again this tnme at Dover loslng 59 to 50 Tow ernng Bob Sums Newarks 64 senior center kept Newark an the game In the flrst quarter scoring eleven of the teams fnfteen polnts The Cats made a fourth quarter rally which brought them up wlthln three pounts of the Crimson Tornado but they couldnt keep thelr rally allve The Cats scored 20 fseld goals to Dovers 16 but lost out at the foul lune 27 to 10 Bob Sums played has best game of the season leading Newarks attack with 13 pounts Charles Weaver was second best wlth 7 'CATS SPANK BOBCATS The Wildcats pl a y ed thenr best game of the season as they defeated Cambridge 69 to 36 The Cats looked very lmpresslve thelr shooting was on the sensational sude for the flrst time thus season and thesr presslng de fense completely stunned the Bobcats The Cats doubled the score on the Bobcats by the end of the flrst half and were never In trouble Larry Campbell played a sensatnonal floor game In addntlon to scorvng 12 polnts Owe Hundred Forty but the scoring honors went to for ward Ronnue Foote who dumped ln 17 pounts SECOND FOR GALES The Lancaster Golden Gales made It two ln a row over the Cats wan nnng by the score of 62 to 46 Newark played the Gales on even terms the flrst quarter but the Lancaster spurt of ponnts nn the second was enough to gave them the margun of vlctory New ark whsle gonng down to thelr elghth defeat and playnng wnthout George Rvley could not check the bllsterung fast break of the Gales Ronnle Foote and Earp Mntchell Newark for wards led the Cats In sconng wnth 15 and 12 polnts respectuvely REVENGE ON DE VILBISS The Cats won over Toledo De VII buss 48 to 36 to avenge last year s de feat when Toledo won 60 to 24 The game was somewhat ragged and slop py with 58 personal fouls belng called thus was the Cats seventh wan sux of them beung on thelr home court Thus non league game started off wuth very few pounts being scored but un the second half Ronnue Foote New arks most consnstent scorer led both teams ln scoring with 15 markers CATS BOW AGAIN The Newark Wuldcats played good ball against Chulllcothes powerful Cavallers but a weak second quarter cost them a 45 to 33 loss Thus was the Cats second loss to the undefeated C O L leaders The Cats led only once In the game when Deeds connected on a pivot shot The Cavaluers then started rolllng movlng out nn front 7 to 2 they were never agaln In se nous trouble Charlue Deeds and Earpue Mntchell were the Wildcats offenslve stars g ttnng 11 and 8 poxnts respectlvely In - ,, . I ' I I I I ll ll ' A . . . . . . I - - I a I . I , . 11 11 - - . , , . . 1 . . 4 I I . . . . I ---------------- both teams started flndung the nets I 1 . l , - , , . . I . ------WMA------W , . - 1 . . , - . , . F I D . , - - . , I ' I . . . . I , . . I I . I . 1 I . I . I - - ' ' . I e . - , I . . Y . i . . n I . DOUGLASMEN LOSE ANOTHER The Cats ended thenr C O L season at Zanesvnlle losnng 78 to 57 to a very torrud pacing Blue Devul team The loss whuch was the tenth for Newark landed them ID the Central Ohlo Leagues cellar wnth a record of two wuns and eight losses In league com petutuon The game was very fast as the Devnls set a wncked scornng pace Thus was the second wan for the Blue Devlls over Newark thus year Earple Mntchell led the Cats In scorung by allyung I2 points CATS WIN OVER MT VERNON Closmg the door on another basket ball season the Cats won over Mt Vernon 52 to 50 The game was very close all the way wnth the Yellow Jac kets leading most of the tlme Thus was the Cats thsrty seventh win over theur age old ruvals In a serles which began back un 1911 Wayne McPeek played a good game for the Cats but the scorsng honors went to Earp Mltchell and Ronnue Foote with l7 and 15 points respectvvely BASKETBALL SCORES Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus West 40 Coshocton 49 Fnndlay 40 Marnetta 27 Dayton Faurvnew 32 Cuyahoga Falls 38 Mnddletown 6l Zanesvllle 53 Chullncothe 56 Lancaster 44 Mt Vernon 45 Dover 59 Cambrndge 36 Lancaster 62 Toledo De Vnlbuss 36 Chlllucothe 45 Zanesvulle 78 Newark 52 Mt Vernon 50 TOURNAMENT Newark 47 Columbus Central 52 Dnstruct Champuon Columbus East Regronal Champnon Columbus East State Champuon Columbus East Summatuon on Page 173 One Hundred Forty One 1 4 . . 53 45 38 ' 36 , ' 53 ' ' 39 31 ' 30 ' 50 ' ' 39 47 . 50 69 ' 46 48 ' ' 33 ' ' 57 ' 2 f a 'fn-22 K , M 'S YJ I' lg, Q, 'Q Q I Il H l ll N II SPIKE f ,if I A , xi4,f VV U1Pa,1. . ., ,. 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A es Q 1. 1 .1 i ' .- 11 lfi t Row 1 Leroy Carter Robert Weusent Fmndley Chappelear Edward Bradley Thomas Baldmg John Orr Richard Hams James Dunaway Kenneth Black Row 2 Robert Vann Jerry Buxton Larry Campbell John Moore Wayne McPeek James Steele Rrchard Fleltz George Rnley Vmcent Pruce Row 3 Ralph Bebout manager Al Merlwether Robert McVey Donald Swartz Charles Deeds Paul Haas Gerald Sp ker Rtchard Humphreys Jerry Steele Rrchard Schroats manager CENTRAL DROPS CATS April 1 1950 In foot a weather Paul Harlows Wildcats lost thelr opening track meet to a strong Columbus Central comblnatlon Parts cupatnng wrth the temperature around thirty degrees Newark performers another Richard Fleltz won the 100 yard dash and the high lump Robert McVey took both the hugh hurdles and the low hurdles George Rlley took a first un the 220 yard dash The mule relay team composed of Jeremiah Steele James Steele Albert Mer: wether and Kenneth Black won by tnve yards Rlchard Humphreys tned Tallman of Central un the 880 Paul Haas tossed the discus 117 feet 10 Inches to take a flrst Central won the meet 67V2 to 50V2 One Hundred Forty Four TYGERS SPANK CATS On April 18 Newark dropped tts second meet of the season to the pow erful Mansfleld Tygers 137V2 to 63V2 McVey was the star for Newark H won the 120 highs and the 220 lows and was second In the 100 yard dash CATS SMOTHER GALES On Aprnl 20 at North Fleld the Harlow thlnclads smothered the Go den Gales 136 to 50 for thelr flrst wun of the season Newark won thirteen of the fourteen events Lancaster was vtctor only an the pole vault McVey won the 120 highs the 220 lows and the 100 yard dash Vrncent Prlce the mule run Jerry Steele the 440 Hum phreys the 880 G Ruley the 220 Haas the shot put Haas the cllscus s- I . I ' I I . I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I On ' 1, , ' b II ' , ' , . I - . . ' .- ' e I took seven of fourteen events and tred ------. A e----- - . l l ' I I l . I U I . ' I- I I l' . I . - . ' . r I ' ' ' 2 I l l 1 1 1 - - 1 1 - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 and Flettz the hIgh lump ln addItIon the 880 relay team make up of Larry Campbell FIndley Chappelear Thom as Baldnng and G RIley won a furst the mule relay composed of Black James Steele MerIwether and Jerry Steele a ftrst The broad lump was ratned out CATS COLLECT SEVEN At MansfIeld IH the famous Mans fleld Relays Newark collected seven poInts to fInIsh thlrteenth McVey fIn the 220 lows The shuttle relay Team of MerIwether Campbell Jerry Steele and McVey fInIshed fIfth The event was held on AprIl 22 MansfIeld won the meet wIth 42Vz poInts CATS TAKE EASY ONE AgaIn the WlIdC6TS of Paul Harlow swamped the Golden Gales from Lan caster thIs tIme at WhIte Fteld to the tune of 90 to 28 Newark took twelve of the fourteen events New ark lost only the broad lump and the pole vault McVey garnered fIrsts In both hurdles Fleltz took a fIrst In the T00 yard dash and tIed for fIrst wIth Robert WeIsant also of Newark In the htgh lump Haas captured the shot and the dlSCUS PrIce took the mIle run Jerry Steele got the 440 Humphreys the 880 G RIley the 220 The 880 relay aggregatlon of FleItz MerIweth er McVey and G RIley garnered a fnrst the mIle relay of MerIwether James Steele Jerry Steele and Black a fIrst The event was run on AprIl 26 NEWARK RELAYS The classIc Newark Relays were held May 6 wIthout the Interference of raIn usually a regular VISITOT at the event Fourteen teams were entered Columbus Central won the meet wIth Spflngfleld wInner of last year close second Newark leaped from ITS fIfth POSITION of the T949 event to take thIrd In T950 McVey of Newark set two new rec ords He ran the T20 yard hurdles In T4 7 seconds to better the record of T5 seconds held by Jack LewIs of Bexley and Thomas BrIcker of MansfIeld In T947 and T948 respectIvely Later In the afternoon he broke hIs own record of 245 set last year by runntng the 220 yard low hurdles In 24 2 seconds Al Sanders of SprIngfIeld broke hIs record of 49 feet 4V2 Inches In the shot put set last year by tossIng the sphere 50 feet 3'A1 Inches HutchIns of SprIngfIeld lumped sIx feet Tfz Inches to top hIs old mark of sIx feet TH the hugh lump he set last year Hanrs ton of Columbus Central was IndI vIdual sconng star of the meet wIth T5 poInts George RIley won the TOO yard dash In TOT seconds gust shy one second of equa'Ing the record of T0 seconds flat Newarks shuttle relay team of MerIwether Jerry Steele Campbell and McVey fInIshed second to Colum bus Central Flentz took a thIrd In the T00 yard dash G RIley garnered a second In the 220 yard dash Undoubtedly the Interesttng and un usaul Item of thIs eleventh year was the fact that McVey Sanders and HutchIns each of whom bettered hIs own record set three of the four new records Each had made the former record In the T949 relays On Hundred Forty FIve I I T . . I I I . I . . I U ll n 1 1 ' ' , I I 3 , I I I . . I . .I I I , . I - ' I . . . l . - V' I l 1? Ished thIrd In both the T20 hIghs and 4 . IQ I I I I I I . I' 5 - . . . ' ' A . ' I I I I I - I . I I ' ' ' I I ' - I - I . ' ' - I - . . . I I . ' . ' I I I I ' , ' . I I I l OMH d RELAYS PLACEMENTS Columbus Central Sprlngfleld 55V2 Newark Columbus East Marietta Columbus South Upper Arlington Linden McKinley Worthmgton Columbus West 2 Columbus North Bexley Delaware Lancaster CATS TAKE SECOND Newark agaln placed second to Ma rletta In the C O L meet held at the rlvertown on May 10 Marletta earned 103 ponnts Newark 75 Cambridge 20 and Lancaster 18 Newark took flrsts In flve events McVey garnered flrsts rn the 120 highs the 220 lows and the broad pump Infact he set a new C O L record In the hlghs of 14 9 seconds to better the mark of 15 5 seconds set by Don M Smith of Newark In 1948 G Ruley took a frrst un the 100 yard dash and Fleltz garnered a flrst an the hugh ll WIN TRIANGULAR MEET Paul Harlows thlnclads won their thnrd meet of the season at New Con cord on May 11 when they oartucu pated In an event wrth Bellaure and edhm9x Ashland They scored 56lf2 points to Bellaures 52172 and Ashlands 36 G Rnley won both the 100 and 220 yard dashes McVey won the broad lump and tred for fnrst wnth Campbell In the 220 lows Fleltz took the hugh lump The 880 relay team composed of Campbell Fleutz McVey and G Rnley captured a fnrst Funa ly he shuttle relay team of Campbell Chap pelear Jerry Steele and McVey trlckled to the tape furst for another wan SETS ALL TIME RECORD ord at the Central Dnstruct Class A Track and Field Meet at Delaware on May 20 when he ran the 220 yard low hurdles un 23 6 seconds to beat hrs own record of 24 9 set In 1949 Offucaals clalm that unsofar as records Indicate the 23 6 mark ns the all tnme scholastnc record He also tied another record nn the 120 hlghs when he ran the event un 15 seconds flat a record set by Lewis of Bexley nn 1946 Newark took a thlrd place In the meet whlch was won by Columbus Central wuth 69141 points Columbus East was second wuth 38 markers Newark earned 33 McVey G Rlley and the 880 vard relay team of Campbell G Rnlev Fleutz and McVey qualufued for the state meet ELEVENTH IN STATE On the cunder track of the Ohlo State Unrversutv In the annual State Class A Huoh School Track and Freld Meet held Mav 27 Newark s Wlldcats collected eleven points to gain eleventh place nn the state Clncnnnatu Central Vocatlonal School won the event wnth 39 points McVey placed fourth un the 120 hnohs and second nn the 220 lows The 880 vard relay team won a fnfth when Cleveland East Tech who won the event was dlsqualufled and Newark was moved up un the standings ' I I' . 'I I , t l L 57 as To if , 29 L, , ,cc, ,L . 28 ' L ,L , , L 27 as L L L ,L 19 ' L , L , ,, , 14 ' ' 13 ' 3 10 6V L, ,, ,, ,,,, ,aa,,,, , H ,, 2 ,, L ,,,,,,, a,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, , , 0 - , McVey set an all-time scholastic rec- : 'I ', L l . . . . . l I :ng J H Q -Q-----------!A wr -' 1950 TRACK SUMMATION The Wuldcats track team partnclpated ID four dual track meets They won two from Lan caster by the scores of 136 to 50 and 90 to 28 whale they lost to Columbus Central 67V2 to 5Ol2 and to Mansfield Tygers l37V2 to 63l2 The Cats also were represented nn the Mans fleld Relays on Aprul 22 the annual Newark Relays on May 6 the Central Ohro League meet on May 10 a Trnangular Meet on May ll and the Annual State Class A Hugh School Track and Fneld meet on May 27 In these meets the Wnldcats cnndermen won two and placed hvoh nn three others The polntgetter for Newark was Bob Mc Vey who graduated wuth the reputation of hlstory and of beung a top runner In the state Other tars for the Cats were George Riley Richard Fleltz Paul Haas The 880 yard relay team and the shuttle relay team were also out standlng for Newark Boys graduatung rn June l95O were Robert McVey Albert Mervwether Richard Hum phreys Richard Fleltz and Kentrel Miller One Hundred Forty Seve being one of the best hurdlers in N. H. S. track s ' ' , 7 ,W fr? f fg f , J ,W- a uk b ,f M XX X vftxi My gffif' 5 .wwf XHNEY' HSHHGGY gag! 3 ?7f , ff UNUY LHRRYN if O JIM GEORGE QUICKIE f"'w QQ 4-...N Mfg 'hull' . '59 RONNIE YOGI .7 NIKE NY x Y wh- '18 c g Row Row Coach A Row Landrum Milan Franga James Cochlan John Koontz Rlchard Lescody Eugene Carnpolo Leon Rxchey Charles Weaver Robert McCalg James Blune Gordon Patton Robert Barnes James Qunckel Long Frank Beatty manager Robert Read Donald Thomas Rodney Howarth George Collett Ronald Foote Larry Cecal Rhodes manager Wllllam Kustler manager CATS TAKE FIRST ONE The Newark Hugh School baseballers got oft on the right foot Tuesday Aprul 18 1950 at Cambridge when they defeated the Bobcats 8 to 1 be hlnd the tune three hut pltchlng of James Qulckel The Bobcats scored theur lone run un the second inning but from there on un tt was Newark all the way The Longmen scored two runs In the thlrd unnlng two an the fourth one In the fifth and flnlshed with three ID the suxth James Coch lan and Robert Barnes were the lead mg batters tor Newark wnth two huts apuece Both boys hut one double an one smgle each Newark 2 Cambrndge One Hundred Fifty NEWARK EDGES DAYTON Wlth Robert Barnes going the entnre route the Newark Wlldcats made It two In a row as they edged the pow erful Dayton Stnvers team 6 to 4 The game was played at White Fueld on Aprnl 21 Barnes allowed the Strvers outfit only three huts an the entlre seven Innings all of their runs came un the thlrd unnung e Wildcats started ott wnth one run an the flrst two nn the second two un the thnrd and ended with one tn the suxth Barnes Thomas and Blnne dad most of the hnttlng for the Cats In thus contest Each boy had two huts to hus credut Bllne had a double Barnes and Cochlan had triples and Thomas had .two smgles The longest hut of the game was a home run by Brown ot Stuvers In the third lnmng Newark Dayton Stnvers 0 O 4 0 O l-' , , ,' 1 - 2- ' , , ', ', , , .B. . 3- f , ', , , , I . 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RHE l2200lx-693 A O0eA33 GALES TAKE CATS On the brlght afternoon of Aprtl 26 the Wuldcats lost thetr furst game of the 1950 season when the Lancaster Golden Gales upset the Wtldcats 3 to O at Newarks Arnold Park The Gales scored three unearned runs ln the thlrd lnntng on a two base error to break up the ball game The Wlldcats were unable to dlsturb pttcher Waugh as he llmlted the Felnnes to four well scat tered huts Qulckel allowed the Gales only two huts The longest hut of the afternoon was a double by Robert Barnes the Cats centerftelder Qulc kel was the lostng pitcher Newa k 0 O Lancaster 3 CATS TRIUMPH A B Longs Wuldcats trnumphed 7 to O nn the opennng game of the Cen tral Dlstrlct Class A Tournament Mon day May l at Columbus when they turned back the Mt Vernon Yellow Jackets The Newark dnamondeers scored seven runs off sax huts and commntted only one error The Jackets were able to get only three huts off pntcher Pat on Bug huts for the Cats were a triple by James Bllne and a home run run by Ronald Foote Patton was the wlnntng pntcher N k Mt Verno O O O CATS BOW OUT Wednesday afternoon May 3 the Wildcats of A B Long bowed o.1t of the Central Dlstrlct Class A Tourna ment at Columbus as th y fell vuctnm to the Mar on Hardxng team by the score of 3 to I Plagued by fnve cost ly erro s nd unable to buncw thenr huts the Lats were left at the short end of the score Newark outhut Marlon 8 to 4 but the extrav gaftt er rors of the Newark Fellnes enabled the Hardung aggregatuon to score two un Ronald Foote and Robert McCalg were the leading hltters for the Cats with two huts apiece Robert Barnes was charged with the loss Ne ark O O Mar on O O One Hundred F fty One I I I - ' RHE f oo ooo-043 oo OOOO-322 I . D- 1 v - l ' '- loc l . ,L al - earned runs, enough for a victory. RHE W oo OOI-V185 i Ol 02x-34l I ' . T. ' A ' RHE swat tstootx-751 . n OOOO-O32 i. One SHUT OUT BOBCATS Behind the three-hit pitching of Gor- don Patton, the Wildcats shut out the Cambridge Bobcats 2 to O under the lights at Arnold Park on Friday, May 5. The contest was a pitching duel all the way between Patton and Tingle of Cambridge. Barnes, Cochlan, and Patton collected the only hits for the 'Cats. On the other hand, the Long- men were fortunate in being plagued with only two not too costly errors The longest blow of the contest was a double by Barnes The Bobcats threat ened to score only once in the second inning of the game with men on sec ond and third but Patton retired in gle to end the threat Ne ark O Cambr dqe O DROP TO BLUE DEVILS The 'Cats hung up their uniforms for the last time Tuesday, May 9, after they ended their better-than-average season by losing out to the Zanesville Blue Devils by the count of l2 to ll. The Wildcats led early in the ballgame, but when starting pitcher James Quic- kel gave the Devils a series of hits and runs, he was relieved by pitcher Gor- don Patton. The Devils continued by hitting Patton and tying up the 'Cats 9 to 9 The Cats scored two more and went into the last inning leading ll to lO but the Blue Devils were not to be denied as they in turn scored two runs to end the ballgame l2 to ll Patton was the losing pitcher Weaver got the big hit for the Wildcats which was a home run in the first game Newark Zanes lle T950 BASEBALL SUMMATION Every spring athletes hear the familiar cry Wildcats April 19 1950 at Cambridge as they defeated the Bobcats 8 to l in the initial con test of the season The Feline hardballers then made it two in a row as they defeated the Dayton Stivers team 6 to 4 in Newark on April 21 However the Cats hit a solid wall in the person of Dick Waugh as the Lancaster fire baller allowed the Wildcats only four hits and no runs The Lancaster outfit managed to col lect two huts and three runs off Newark flinger Quickel The Newarkites got back into the win col urnn on May l in Columbus as they won their opening district tournament contest from Mt Vernon 7 to O Hundred Fifty Two However the Cats were soon bowing out capitalized on five Newark errors to win 3 to l On the Fifth of May the Wildcats gained their second win of the season over Cambridge at Arnold Park by the score of 2 to O The Cats ended the season by losing to the Blue Devils I2 to ll in a slug fest Pitcher James Quickel won one and lost one Robert Barnes one and one Patton two and one After the Zanesville fray the following eight seniors bade farewell to their baseball careers at N H S Robert Barnes James Bline George Collet Donald Thomas Robert Co hran Robert Reid Gordon Patton and manager Cecil Rhodes The team was coached by A B Long physical education director at Newark High School R H E . . . I . W 0 0 1 1 o X-2 3 2 ' 1 , 0 0 0 0 0 oeo 3 3 R H E 3 6 0 o 2 0 Oell a 2 vi 0303132-l2l32 of "play ball." The cry was first heard by our of the tournament as the Marion Harding team ' ' - , 1 , INTRAMURAL BASEBALL sf' Row l Carl Brooks Neal OBrven Robert Vann Fred Powell John Brohard Chrls Baruxes Ted Bradshaw Thomas Baldmg Row 2 Charles Weaver Robert Evans Robert Morruson Monte Landus James Cromer Donald Offenbaker Gene Watson Thomas Rnley Carl Stewart Row 3 A B Long Thomas Henry Robert Stokes Wayne McPeek Robert Spencer Jack Nelson Robert Harrns Ned Nehls Ray Schack Every sprung boys who do not go In the same way as the basketball rn out for varsuty baseball organlze untra tramural groups wnth the excephon mural teams They play thenr games that teams are organlzed by classes at Whlte Field Teams are organlzed Ray Schuck was the dsrector One Hundred Fnfty Three NK 1 Q ,fi -or .,,. ' j My , Q :M ,s IM., :QS-,',,, N T V K' uf WV' T-51. A 'A ' lmkl ' ffm? . ,A - V a ,V W .r Q y , , . . . l T I I I I I r I ' i - I I I I I I I , . i ' ' V I I I I I I - I FOOTBALL RESERVES Row l Jack Nelson Robert Steele Jack Duncan Jerry Crossmock lewrs Ault Donald Hldeg Larry Jacobs Row 2 Roger Mathews Roger Smuth Jerry Buxton Robert Morruson George Evans Tom Klrk Wendall Jacobs Donald Flowers Row 3 Coach Pete Vveudemaner Robert Stokes Jerry Graft Chalmers Stoneburncr Manual Wells Paul Reed Coach Wullram Olmsted The Newark Hugh School Reserve football team had a successful season thus year They won fnve games tled two and lost one The Reserves lost to Summit Statuon 19 to 18 They played a 7to7 tue wuth the gunror members of the varsnty squad They tued another game wuth Hebron l2 to l2 However the Reserves were credit One Hundred Frfty Four ed wuth a serles of vnctorles Newark 7 Johnstown 6 Newark 3l Bexley O Granville O and Newark 33 Lancas te 13 The manager for the Reserves was Robert Neff Assistant managers were Dan Strncter and George Arensberg Pete Weudemaner and Bull Olmstead coached the lunror aggregatlon , 1 , 2 ' . ' , ' Newark 25, Utica T35 Newark 21, , - 1 , - ' ' r . , , . I ' u RESERVE BASKETBALL Row l Andrew Pryor Bob Morruson Bull Funk Tom Kurk .uerry Crossmock Larry Jacobs Rovu 2 Tom Atskoff Roger Smuth Chalmers Stoneburner Duck Horky Bob Chapman Don Handel Don Young Thus years Wuldcat Junuor Varsuty was one of the funest ever turned out from Newark Hugh School The young Cats were gutted wuth both speed and heught Of the startung fuve players four were 6 feet or over Sonny Stoneburner was the tallest Kutten measurung 6 feet 6 unches The Re serves leadung scorer was Don Handel wuth 201 pounts The season record was suxteen wuns wuth one defeat The defeat came at the hands of the Lan caster Reserves early un the season These boys plus varsuty veterans should guve Newark a top team un the next couple of years Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Red Team Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus West Coshocton Granvulle Varsuty Hanover Dayton Faurvuew Newark Whute Team Zanesvulle Cnullucothe Lancaster Mt Vernon Dover Cambrudge Lancaster Jr Hugh All Stars Chullucothe Zanesvrlle Mt Vernon One Hundred Fufty Fuve ' ' ' ' ' 48 38 ' 46 4l ' , 44 A ' Al ' ' ' 54 26 ' . ' ' , A2 ' ' 26 . H H 63 3-1 ' ' U 54 ' 37 - 44 ' ' ' 36 - . 36 40 , , ' , 69 . 31 - 50 35 - 45 ' 29 ' U 45 33 - 59 . ' 42 . . A3 ' ' 23 59 ' 51 , . . 40 SPEEDBALL Rowl Jack Agey Thomas Atskotf Wxllnam Ross Davld Carpenter Charles Denms Harvey Lescalleet James Watson Larry Campbell Wnlluam Funk Ronald Ruchter James Rlce Charles Weaver Thomas LeMaster Wxlllam Klstler drew Pryor Wayne McPeek James Cromer Louus Mntchell Thomas Rvley Ronald Foote Donald Young Maxwell Douglas Durung football season boys desur sux weeks at Everetts Fneld :ng to try out tor basketball Track or The fundamentals ot the game In baseball are called together an order volve the rules of football basketball to acquire a good physical condntson soccer and hockey Each team conslsts Speedball as under the supervnslon ot of eleven players The purpose ot head basketball coach, Max Douglas speedball as to serve as an nntramural The boys met tour nights a week tor condutnoner for other sports One Hundred Putty Sur Row 2-Homer Steele, Donald Handel, Thomas Henry, Wayne Brown, Richard Horky, Charles Deeds, Robert Sims, An- . , . , . . I I . h 1 I . , . GOLF fran Q Left to right Max Douglas coach David Creighton Richard Roof Richard Saylor Lewis Oder Earl Roberts Donald Shoemaker Donald Koerner Ronald Helman Winning six out of eight contests for the season the Newark High School golf team under the leadership of Maxwell Douglas experienced its best season since the renaissance of the game Newark began its season April I8 by defeating Granville SV: to 2V2 The Cats continued to discourage the Granville Blue Aces by taking a sec- ond contest 6 to 2. First defeat of the season came at the hands of the Lan- caster Golden Gales on April 24 when the Cats bowed to the Gales lO to 2. Max's Felines rebounded, neverthe- less, to trip Zanesville 8V2 to 3V2. Next Mt Vernon fell before the Cats lOV2 to llfz A second time the Cats tripped the Yellow Jackets this time ll to 5 However Newark couldnt get around the Golden Gales from Lancaster as they went down to defeat for the sec ond time during the season ll to 5 The Wildcats ended the season by de feating the Blue Devils at Zanesville 8V2 to 7V2. A game with the Chillicothe Cava- liers was canceled. Varsity members of the team were Donald Shoemaker, Lewis Oder, Earl Roberts, and Richard Saylor. One Hundred Fifty Seven CROSS - COUNTRY ald e e a e e o arte W a Mac c Rcla d ar Cha les Ba e High School Cross Country team com pleted a not too successful season The Thtnclads won only one of their five dual meets tt being against Co lumbus Central by the score of 22 to 33 The results in the other meets were as follows Marion 19 Newark 42 Columbus West 23 Newark 36 Worthington 23 Newark 32 Mans field T8 Newark 39 Newark ranked fifth tn the Central One H clred F fty E ght boys finished for Newark in a field of 61 John Orr fifteenth Gerald Sptnker twentieth L e r o y Carter twenty fifth Richard Harris twenty ninth Don Dunaway thirty eighth Herbert Tatt fiftieth William Macken zte fifty seventh Letter winners this year were Le roy Carter Richard Harris Don Dun away Gerald Sptker and John Orr Don . Dunaway, Herbert Tait, Leland Rid nbaugh G r ld Spill r, L r y C r, illi nt klrtzie, i tr H ris, r g nt. The T950 edition of the Newark Ohio District Meet. The following , - - A 1 ' ' , - - i INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Row l Conrad Chesse Donald Wlls R had Stafford Charles Carson Ho e Steele Sta Po te James Cochlan During the latter part of February Mr A B Long again organized his intramural basketball season This ex tra Sports activity was Open to any boy who would like to participate in t Games were played in the hugh school gymnasium on Monday eve nings at 3 I5 Teams were the Slopshots cap tanned by Frank Beatty the Joshloma IO Five Walter Wiley GrassSand wichers James Cochlan Bushwackers Rodney Howarth Gobblers Richard Lescody Guzzlers Richard Saylor Blackhawks William Walker Gobbers Lynn Kramer Big Five Richard Stat ford Lissome Five Robert Steele Mun chers William Ross New Guys Don ald Oakley Shoppers Robert Pigg Brownies Douglas White No Names Jack Agey Fairies George Hanners Plowrockres Dan Stricker Things James Spicer Goggletwirps William White and Carrol Toothman s eam All of the teams were eliminated in the contest except the Grass Sand wichers the Shoppers the Things and the Big Five These four teams played in the semi finals which were held on Monday March T2 The Grass Sandwrchers defeated the Shoppers Al to 8 The Big Five downed the Things 50 to 31 On Tuesday March 13 the Big Five tripped the Grass Sandwichers 53 to 43 In a hard fought contest Thts finale marked one of the best played games of the entire season Oel-1 Ft e - r, i , E: r , , rn r , n r r. Row 2-Wilson Rosebraugh, James Lucas, William Stichter, Don Swartz, Jerry Steele, William Kramer, Milan Franga I 1 F ' r . . . Q , 5 - ' I I f ' I 1 . . . . . , 5 Q i . i I ' ' - , . . I ' I I I I - . I - . 1 1 r V I 1 , I ' F 1 I ' 1 I 1 1 1 I r ' ' I f A I ' ' - f I ' 1 ' I I I - n u GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Row l Mamue Hall Vurgunua Matz Nancy Muller Maruam Neubarger Pat Pyle Barbara Gregg Bullue Sue Melton Betty Hutchcock Cy Hale Barbara Rector Sue Ash r Charlotte Scott Val Ruchter Betty Dean Row 2 JoAnn Knught Carole Lungafelter Pat Myer Mary E Sullun Sue Ryan Jean Ann Jackson Mona Lusettu Mona Potter Louuse Pefters Janet Utterback Nancy Wallace Darlene Helms Carol Ruckruch Donnalea Caun Mullue Smuth Helen Mclntosh Row 3 Corena Hanners Nancy Felumlee Phyllus Crego Lunda Johnston Harruet Wagner Carol Waters Rosemary Art Jane MacNealy Nancy Norpell Jean Spencer Ma uorue Pound Joan Carlusle Lucul'e Tyrer Janet Ruchter Joyce Zunsnueuster Beatruce Hotchkuss Shurley Null Row 4 Lous Argabrught Frances Berger Marorue Mummy Carolyn Crego Joan Cochran Exelyn Hugh s JoAnn Hendruck son Shurley Meloy Mary Goldsmuth Pat Wheeler Norma Baughman Carol Nunes Ida Lou McDanueI Jane Smuth Jeannue Shockley Row 5 Lous Bob Wunufred Austun Joan Rader Mamue Farmer Marlene Reuclwlev Nancy Davus Jackue Loughman Carol Ruchardson Nancy Baur Flora Hutchcock Dorothy Welsh Annamae Harman Phyllus Porter Lous Spellman Maruorue Patruck Volleyball us the most popular sport for gurls at Newark Hugh School Thus year there were sux teams un untramural play composed of seventy two gurls Wunnung team of untramural play was that of Barbara Rector cap taun of the uunuor aggregatuon A sophomore team captauned by Bar bara Gregg captured the tutle un the tournament followung the untramural season A specual feature was the gurl boy contest staged un the gymnasuum One Hundred Suxty for parents who attended the PTA open house un the tall of the year Outstandung players among the sophomores were Joan Hendruckson Barbara Gregg Carol Harper Euleen Barnes Patrucua Wheeler and Jean Kennedy Superuor among the uunuors were Ida McDanuel Joan Knught Carol Nunes and Nancy Norpell Two sen uors Patrucua Pyle and Darlene Helms led the fueld among the senuors u L I r r 1 u r 1 . 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I , - - 1 1 GIRLS' SOFTBALL LEAGUE Rowl Nancy Norpell Carma Acklrn Dorothy Welch Barbara Orrrs Marulyn McCann Julra Fletcher Rosemary Art Lu crlle Tyrer Clarre Ann Brungardner Sandra Rrvutz Norma Bauqhman Row 2 Carol Nunes JoAnn Knrght Bullne Sue Melton Patrucra Pyle Betty McCullough Elrzabeth Leslae Carol Beckman Janice Grove Jean Grader Patrucma Scott Mass Florence Myer Row 3 Joan Zrnk Nancy Hunt Mary Lou Stauch Wulma BUTT JoAnn Franklin Dorothy Geller Betty Hntchcock Mona Potter Darlene Helms Carol Jean Rrckrnch Nancy Wallace MacNealy Jeanrne Shockley Lots Spellman lda McDanuel Row 5 Joan Farmer Dorus McClung Delores Wagner Louus Peffers Harrret Wagner M ry C Sll Sue Ryan trncua Myer Mona Lusettl Sue Nees Barbara Spencer Barbara Rector Ssx teams were entered nn the gurls softball league wrth captarns as fol lows for the sensors Nancy Wuckham and Joy Tomlrnson for the lunrors Brllue Sue Melton and Nancy Wallace tor the sophomores Lots Spellman and Marilyn McCann Marrlyn s team of sophomores hav :ng won all nts games ended the sea son rn turst place Outstandlng players for the sensors were Trbbue Leslre Pat Scott Nancy Wuckham Betty McCullough and Bet ty Warner Top scorers for the rumors were Mona Potter Pat Pyle Carolyn Crego and Bnllue Sue Melton Valu able players tor the sophomores were Lots Spellman .loan Knight Ida Mc Danrels and Norma Baughman One Hundred Snxty One Row A-Barbara Oakleaf, Betty Warner, Joy Tomlinson, Nina Bowden, Carol Waters, Shirley Siegle, Carol Scott Jane ' , ' f , ' e , , a c. i in, . . - . . . 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I ' 1 - I I - GIRLS' BASKETBALL Row l Florence Brucker Mamue Hall Maruan Neubarger Pat Pyle Pat Wheeler Mary Goldsmuth JoAnn Knught Louuse Peffers Donnalea Caun Eva McCullough Nancy Norpell Janet Ruchter Mullue Smuth 'Vlary Lou Hummell Betty Dean Ruth Moran Row 2 Corena Hanners Sue Wugton Carol Lungafelter Pat Myer Mary Sullun Sue Ryan Jean Anne Jackson Mona Lusettu Mona Potter Bullue Sue Melton Janet Utterback Nancy Wallace Darlene Helm Carol Ruchruck Sue Asher Charlotte Scott Row 3 Barbara Gregg Cynthua Hale Phyllus Crego Lunda Johnston Harruet Wagner Carol Waters Rosemary Art Jane MacNealy Jean Spencer Shurley Meloy Maruorue Pound Joan Carlusle Luculle Tyrer Beatruce Hotchkuss Shurley Null Helen Mclntosh Jane Pound Nancy Felumlee Row A Lous Argabrught Frances Berger Maruorue Mummey Patsy Patterson Mary Jo Wulluams Carolyn Crego Joan Cochran JoAnn Henderuckson Shurley Muller Vurgunua Matz Norma Baughman Carol Nunes lda Lou McDanuel Jeannune Shockley Mary Suegle Frances Hall Betty Hutchcock Row 5 Nancy Muller Lous Bob Wunufred Austun Joan Rader Mamue Farmer Marlene Reuchley Sally Cochran Jackue Loughman Carole Ruchardson Nancy Baur Flora Hutchcock Dorothy Welsh Annamae Harman Phyllus Porter Lous Spellman Barbara Rector Maruorue Patruck Basketball contrubutes much to stu dents recreatuonal needs lt requures a hugh degree of skull coordunatuon and control Further ut develops worth whule leadershup experuence and the abuluty to cooperate vvuth others Fun ally ut stumulates physucal untellectual and emotuonal responses Nune teams partucupated un gurls untramural basketball three from each class Teams are reduced un number by the process of elumunatuon Thus year a uunuor team captauned by Joan Onr Hundred Suxty Two Knught won the untramural tourna ment Senuor captauns were Donnalea Caun Louuse Pefters and Eva McCullough lunuor captauns Joan Knught Nancy Norpell and Janet Ruchter sopho more Patrucua Wheeler Claure Palmer and Mary Goldsrnuth Outstanclung par tucupants were Bullue Sue Melton Pa trucua Wheeler Claure Palmer Joan Carlusle Carol Nunes Lous Spellman Darlene Helms and Joan Knught l I 'I r I A r 4. lr' I I I T I l I . 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GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL Dorothy Welsh Betty Hitchcock Miss Myer The main purpose of the Girls Ath Ietic Council is to develop qualified leaders who can contribute to the sports program by helping with the administration of various sport events Girls have been selected from all three classes and are especially pro ficient in various sports They are willing to give their time in helping to conduct the program so as to pro mote the wellbeing and enloyment of all participants One Hundred Sixty Three Left to right: JoAnn Hendickson, Darlene Helms, Patricia Wheeler, Carol Nunes, Patricia Pyle, Billie Sue Melton Zfrmer flzgh School Student kzlled llfl Karean War WN Qs lflllllil f 7 W? f fff 111 IIKAIYIIYX ffwm D O P Co k Dr W C Myer M and Mrs R B Wa y Dr Stewart Sedgvvnck John H Duncan Dr A S Bur on F W Jones Ethel N Angus Mass Letha Headlee C P Sm h Naomu Alspach Dorothy Skinner Nlna L Keckley Dr Paul G McCIeary Mr Frevy C Boyd Mr and Mrs Jack Waggoner R L Swam Mr and Mrs George Penuck Mrs H A Campbell Loren Pritchett Moss Louada Morgan H M Bu r Mr and Mrs Horner Dupler M and Mrs L B Wa ers Dr and Mrs Paul C Grove John Davtd Jones mans Rodenc M Jones Lulluan MacNealy John L Chynoweth John S McCleary Al G Hoffman D S G Rou h d Mrs H R Wu Mnss Ava Ballou Mrs Dayrd R Klngery Robert Devoe BD BD GD all BV1 BD BD BU Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Cllftord Lyle R E Plc tt Clem O Compton George Stoeckrnan D F Farrner C E Jones Ora Warner Herbert White and Mrs R Wulson and Mrs J Hostetter Mlss Helen Wllllarns Mr and Mrs John R Lamson Mr and Mrs Wllllam F Sprague Mrs Herman R Luckner Mrs Harry Rexroth On e Hundred S r. . . o ' . r. . . . 'le . . , , t r. . . s , , Mr. an ...' lkin . . it A Mr. d . ' ' Dr, d .,.' ke ' 1 Mr. Cl . . A , Mr, cl . Mfg, L. M. Krieg Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alspach A l Mr. d . . . H A Mr. cl . R. B. Hall U 4 ' Mrs d . H , . Mr. ' ' Mr, . . ' ' Mr. . . Dr. . . tle ' ' ' r, . . . lt - 4 ' I A gdhlh gy AUGUST Practtce sesston for football underway today SEPTEMBER Practtce game at Marlon Newark 1205 Marlon 105 Newarks l7 public schools opened thetr doors for the ftrst day of school Sensor class organtzed Juntor class organtzed Sophomore class organtzed Newark 1275 defeated Columbus West 105 Clubs began to functton Meet the Team Ntght at Whtte Fteld at 7 30 p m Class offtcers announced Pep meettng at 230 pm tn audltortum Ftrst Revellle News Newark 1385 won over Columbus East1l25 Columbus North 1155 scored vtctory over Newark 1145 Ftrst Student Counctl dance Begtnntng of tryouts for Masque and Gavel play Nlghl of January I6 Newark 1245 defeated Cam bndge 105 OCTOBER Marlon Holland Company featured tn chapel Ftrst Issue of Musical Notes Ftrst Its Ht Tuma program Newark 1345 beat Martetta 1145 ln assembly was James Coletta YTeen rough tmtta tton Thtrty sux prospecttve teachers from Ohto State Um versity VISIlEf.l N H S Short pep rally YTeens chartered a bus to Zanes vtlle Sad defeat Zanesvtlle 1275 Newark 1185 N H S football team lourneyed to Cleveland Sophomore and tumor ptctures taken for Annual Grade cards out for ftrst sux weeks Stxty seven on honor roll Voted for r-esttval Queen PTA open house for parents Back to School Ntght Vasttors from Mt Vernon Newark 1265 vtctortous over Dayton 1l35 YTeen formal tntttatton tn school audttortum Ben Posner featured tn assembly Newark 1345 scored vtctory over Lancaster 105 NOVEMBER Candtdates for Homecoming queen announced Voted for queen and top sux names announced No School Regular annual teachers meetlng ID Co lumbus Newark 1'l35 bowed to Coshocton 1215 One Hundred Sixty Six 7950-79 7 Sensors XRayed at Ohto Power Recetved sophomore and tumor ptctures Armtsttce Assembly Annamae Harman and Jtm Cochlan also told about Buckeye Gtrls and Boys State Homecomtng parade led by Queen Mary Fulks and her attendants For the 4th stratght year the Y Teen float placed ftrst Newark 1515 won over Chtlltcothe 1135 Annual homecomtng dance Theme for decorattons Fall Joby Lanntng s orchestra furntshed mustc Masque and Gavel play Night of January 16 Football banquet YTeen Thanksgtvtng Assembly No school unttl Monday VarsttyAlumnt Basketball game Varstty 1505 Alumnt 1495 Extra long vacatton Snow kept schools from open Ing unttl today Pep meettng thus afternoon DECEMBER Newark 1535 vtctortous over Columbus West 1405 Bogardus presented Characters an Clay an chapel Football letters gtven to varslty and reserve players Rtley 1second team5 and Rodney Howarth 1honorable mentton5 Some of Mr Rtce s htstory students tourneyed to Ohto State Untverstty for Conference Coshocton 1495 won over Newark 1455 Newark 1385 lost to Fundlay 1405 Key Club sponsored show God Bless Amertca chapel 'tlewark 1365 defeated Martetta 1275 3 6' ' - ' . . . I 87 . . , . A . , . . : I . ' 10 f - I . . I. 1 I 2 I ' I ' , ' 17M A ' . A - ' , Zlf , . in - ., . - : . I 22 A 1 - - . - . ' . 29? , A- I - ' ' . ' 30- ' I' . ' A lm ' ' . 5- ,, . t, . i Nevfafk CVOSS C01-'VWTVY team Opened l950 Seawn at Three all-Ohio boys: Don Swartz 1first team5, George I 76 A . 1 r 4 . - . - H s- . - - g 9- ' . , , , ll- H ' H in ' ' l5-t l ' . Annual Chrsstmas Assembly by N HS chorus under dsrectson of Mr Jones and Symphonette under ds rectson of Mr Pearce Begsnnsng of Chrsstmas va catson Newark 1533 vsctorsous over Dayton Fasrvsew 1323 Newark 1393 defeated Cuyahoga Falls 1383 sn over tsme game Newark 13l3 lost to Msddletown 1613 JANUARY Last day of Chrsstmas vacatson Pure Osl fslm sntroducsng thesr essay contest Zanesvslle 1533 won over Newark 1303 Newark 1503 bowed to Chsllscothe 1563 Semester Exams Sophomores took IQ Tests Sensors Ohso State psychologscal tests Lancaster 1443 over Newark 1393 Newark 1473 defeated Mt Vernon 1453 Begsnnsng of second semester Irwsn A Wsllsamson showed fslm Adventure ls My Hobby sn chapel Dover 1593 beat Newark 1503 FEBRUARY 2 Snow forced no school Newark 1693 beat Cambrsdge 1363 assembly on World Da of Prayer an caster 1623 defeated Newark 1463 Newark 1483 won over Toledo De Vslbsss 1363 Thss tsme Newark 1333 over Chsllscothe 1453 Nslkanth Chavre from lndsa spoke to student body on Russsa and the Far East Dramatsc Class play letters to Lucerne No school Washsngtons bsrthday Zanesvslle 1783 defeated Newark 1573 For Newark 1523 and for Mt Vernon 1503 Cynthsa Hale and Rodney Howarth selected to attend conventson on World Affasrs sn Csncsnnats Sponsored by Rotary Club MARCH Newark 1473 lost sn fsrst round of tournaments to Columbus Central 1523 Junsor Class presented talent sn assembly Assembly speaker Mr Harrss of Vermont Organszatson of Natsonal Honor Socsety at N HS Trystsng Place presented by Dramatsc class sn chapel Carol Scotts essay on Help for the Handscapped placed second sn state of Ohso Begsnnsng of Holy Week Servsces R v M B Ma harg of the Fsrst Presbytersars Church Rev O F Gsbbs of the C E Memorsal U B Church Rev Fredersck Brown of the Neal Avenue Methodsst Church Rev Thomas P Ssmpson of the Trsnsty Epsscopal Church 23 26 Easter Vacatson 28 Matsnee for Band Concert 2930 Band Concert at 815 pm sn the Newark Hsgh gymnassum APRIL Mr Ramsey sn chapel Mr Patterson featured sn assembly Prelsmsnary Dsstrsct State Tests Honor Socsety chapel Dr Dunham speaker Mussc Apprecsatson Concert at 815 pm sn e Newark Hsgh audstorsum YTeen Twsrp Dance Debate tournament Sensor Class chapel Honor Socsety banquet MAY Glee Club Concert Debate banquet Newark Relays Fsnal Dsstrsct State Scholarshsp Tests Mussc Apprecsatson chapel Student Councul banquet 35 Csty Wade Mussc Festsval l7l8 Sensor Class play Our Hearts Were Young and Gay Junsor Sensor Prom Sensor exams began Begsnnsng of lunsor and sophomore exams Issue caps and gowns Baccalaureate at 230 pm sn school audstorsum Memorsal Day No school Graduatson exercsses at 6 15 p m JUNE Fsnal chapel Last day of school for l95Ol95l One Hundred Ssxty Seven - ' . . . , 23- ' . 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I 1 I I 'I I ' ' , . . . I ' I , . . . , . , . ., . . , - I I . 1 I I I . ' I ' I . - I I I . , . , . - 1 u -'n X f x They are on thezr way to success The rlght clothes are lmportant Come to Emerson s The Young Mon s Store In Style lnP0l1cy In Spmt Clothes Hats Fumushmgs Shoes The ROE EMERSON Store Value Service Courtesy Since 1881 ll S West Sxde Square d Sevenfy K -. ,N 5 I-I x .- Ze" 4: L ' 7 NJ? 1 Z fy' 2 lo.: .-,,, ff' A +:-:en-g.. ' si l.?.'..Qffl..i'.A1' All " 7 'JN b " - vmw-v.4.,4,, O I I . . . .- Acord Douglas McKee Acklun Carma Adams James Adams Jean Ann Adcock James Adktns Carol Agey Jackie Melvln Agm Harry Amos Robert Lewus Amos Vlrgunla Lee Carole Dons Marne Samuel Barbara Lou Charles Lewts Mr Lewns Mrs Angus Ethel J Ankrum Donna Jean Annarmo Joseph Paul Anderson Anderson Anderson Andrews Angelettn Angelettn Angelettn Annaruno Josephune Antrttt Betty Jane Appel Carl Henry Arensberg George Argabrught Lots Marne Armentrout Dvana Lynn Armstrong Walter Arnold Bullle Jane CYQIJQI 5 8 10 61 6 6 O 752 10 19 Art Rosemary 92 96 10 Ashcraft Burl Lee Ashcraft Jerry Ashcraft June Asher Sue Atktnson Jetta Atskoff John Thomas Atwood L L Mr Atwood l. L Mrs Atwood Patrucua Lou Ault Lows Wayne Austun Wmnfred Bachmen June Louuse Bacon Donald Bagent Charles Edward Bagent Esther Barr Nancy Ann Banrd Baker Baker a Baker Baker Baldmg Davud Webster Shurley Beverly Marlene Sara Lona Baldung Thomas Lee Ballinger Thomas Wullla Banks Elmor Shnrley Barber James Stewart Barber Peggyann Barclay Wnlluam Ernest Barcus Wulluam Wulder Bare Joan Barnes Elleen Mary Barnes Mary E Barnes Robert Barr Nell Kung 6912 m 160 24 6 55 2 5 8 112 57 O 14115 25 132 7 4 4 Gur Smcere Congratulatzons to the Closs of 1951 on tlu complc tlon of sour hugh school coursr max the found 11710118 1.1111 111 thug past wars he scum lor sour llfLtll11Q of 111111111112 .md xour ultnm ltr suuus he lssurul 51251K 1L'L"'R' Gi NIE AICAII 4' llllll ll-RK One Hundred Seventy One A , , , 162 1 120, 121, 24 I' 7 Al, 1,56 A , 7, 10 1 7, 1 I I W I -Y 126 1 76 , . ., . , , . , 126 1 49 , ' ' 64, 113, 115 1 72 1 ' 64, 15 - I 72 ', " 4, ,9,to1,t1,16o,162 4 , , 4, 15 B , A 72 1 ' 64 , ' 64 1 V ' A 64 , 2, 84 1 84 , . . 3, 15 , 24 1 ' ' 57 , , ,57 1 12 ', 64 101, , 160, 162 1 12 , 24 ' , ' 57, 112, 116 ', 114 . , 10 , 116 ', ' , . , , ,126 , Id 84 ', ' , . 126 , 80 1 - 18, 120 , 113, 114, 115, 24 1 11 , , 97, 24 ' , ' 96, 1 , , 97, 24 ' , 64 Balding, Kenneth, Mrs. , ,, ...126 ' 1 ' . O, 1 , 24 ' , , 56, 57, 106, 1 , , 144, 153 ' 1 . 1 ,19 ' , " , 131, 132, 24 1 64 , ' ' , , , , ,, 5 , 100 1 . . 64 , , , , U64 ' 1 ' ' 64, 101, 160, 162 , , ,, ,, , ,A ,115 1 A , 57 , ' ' , 2.57 76 1 1 A l . .57 1 ' ' , ,, 84 , ,, .57 1 57, , , 1, 160, 161, 162 , ' 64 1 57 , . 19 1 B0 , 1 8, 150 1 80 , ' ' , 64, 113, 115 L 1 1 1 Q C 5 1. . . . ' l ' . o COMPLIMENTS K alser Aluminum KAISER ALUMINUM 8g CHEMICAL CGRP OF C BASKETBALL SUMMATION This year's basketball aggregation did not live up to the expectations of local court en- thusiasts. The squad had lost only one player by graduation and had the 1949-1950 starting five back. Coach Max Douglas sought all season long to find a winning combination, but the 'Cats seemed unable to generate enough steam to produce a winning club. Larry Campbell, George Riley, and Ronald Foote carried the brunt of the Wildcat attack while Charles Deeds and Robert Sims alternat ed at the pivot and Louis Mitchell James Cromer and Wayne McPeek at forward po sitnons All of these players had their moments of glory but the standout was Foote who was Newarks most constant scorer The only sophomore player on the varsity was Earp Mitchell who showed ample scoring punch in the last few games Junior players were James Cromer Wayne McPeek Charles Deeds Charles Weaver and Robert Vann Seniors were Robert Sims Ronald Foote George Riley Larry Campbell and Charles Dennis For the season Newark won eight games while they lost ten The Wildcats had to settle for a last place tie with Marietta and Cam bridge in the final standings of the Central Ohio League Their record In league play amounted to two wins and eight defeats Newark was eliminated from the Central Ohio District Tournament in their first game losing to Columbus Central 52 to 47 Sims dis played his best performance of the season and with Foote swishing un 22 points specta tors wondered whether or not they were wit nesslng an upset but the Cats lost the contest in the last three minutes Foote gained a second string forward post tion and Mitchell an honorable mention in the C O L sports writers and coaches poll Barrett Donald Charles Barrick Ann Elizabeth 90 108 95 96 100 107 112 Barton Gene Baruxes Chris Peter Bates George Norman Baughrnan Bessie Baughrnan Norma Jean Baughrnan Sue Carol Baumgarten Rosemary Beal! Jerrold Roger Beall Jim Edward Beardshear Edward Lee Beardshear Margaret Emnly Beatty Elliott Frank Bebout Ralph Bebout Violet Ma Beck Stewart Roland Beckett Anna Louise Beckett William Thomas Beckman Carol Beckman Franklin Beckman John Truman 57 108 07 115 108 100 O2 57 94 108 8 1395 7 4 44 Congratulations Bounds 81 Von Wey Funerctl Home Phone 7081 Congratulations to the Class of 1951 TEDOS Moroie sERvlcE D I X I E COAL YARD Coal for Any Heatzng job 41 St l11b9lI'N Street Phone 6020 Compliments WOLFE TIRE SHOP one Hundred Seventy Three I I I 1 I ' :J I I ' ll II , , . I I I ' I . , A I I I , . ' I I 1 , , A ,c,A,,, ., 57 ' , ' , , , , , , , 52 ', . , . 97, 24 ' - , ,,c,,,,,, , ,,.,..,,, ,72 , ' , , 1 , 153 , , , 64, 121 , ' .,c,c,,,.,. , 126 Baughman, Lola Mae 57, 113, 114, 115 , 57, 113, , 160, 161, 162 , 24 , , 76 ' ' . , , 10 , 24 , ' , 64 , . H 64, 1 , , 115 , ' , , 1 , 107, 112 of 9 , 25 , ' ,,,, 57,116,117,12 , 150 , , ,1 , A y ,, 57 , Y .. H , 57, 106, 117 , ' , , W, .1.,,,, ,... ...... . . 2,76 , ' ' H ,,,,, ..., 5 7, 106, 112 , WW , , H161 , . ,ll,.. , , , 107, 112 Compliments to the Closs of 1951 THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATIGN E A Brxan Niotor Co C urrul Nlotor Co Phllen 61 Cunmnghlm Co Fr mlt I Ellxot Niotors Im -X P Hess Co C lbbs Motor Sales Rax Nlerchant Niotors I' Nl Rugg Nlotor Salts D C ol1 Nlotor Sales Park Niotor Sales Im Cochran Motor S116-s 'Y z ' z I. 0 I z . fa 2 Newark Motor Sales Walker 61 Battut Nlotors 2' . .' en -Fo Belcher Robert Bell Charlene Bendnng Joseph Bendure Eugene James Berger Frances Jean Berger Shnrley Betz Donald Lee Buckle Mary Lou Br-eberbach Ruth Brngham Donna Bnshop Jerry Black Black B'ake Blake Donald K Kenneth Pau Laura Rodney Harry Blaney Rnchard Blene Jam Blowers Beverly Blowers Conrad Eugene Bob Loss Ann Bob Thomas Bodkln Wulda Boell Ruchard Harold Boggs Edgar Lee Bonchan Bonham Bonham Bonham Bonham George Stephan Bruce Ernest Edwnn James Berry Patrrcua Ann Boring Marvun Borlng Mary Jane Bosscawen Caryl Bounds Monford Bowden Nuna Lou Bowers JoAnn Bowers Lyle Allen Bowman Eugene Don 64 03 6 160 2 53 95 2 57 43 4 4 17 O 5 106 Bowman Grace Marne Bowman Marguente Arlene Bowman Patrlcna Irene Boyd Florence Boyd Frew C Boyer Alnce Jean Boylan Muldred Esther Bradford Donald Lee Bradley Edward Harvey Jr Bradshaw Charles Avery Bradshaw Theodore Paul Brand Phyllus Jean Brannon Thomas Branscome Rnchard Vnncent Brucker Florence Brmgardner Clarre Brungardner .loan Britton Brntton Brohard Brohard Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Margery Thomas Lester M Lester Mrs Car JoAnn Marnlyn Jean Mary Barbara Lee George Lawrence .lo Ann Joyce Marilyn Larry Raymond Mnldred Patty Lounse Ronna Ronald Rue Wayne Brutchey Olnve Ann Buckey Joanne 6 3 10 120 25 9 12 97 132 4 22 153 6 10 52 5 64 6 THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home lnshfuhon leleplzone Scruce a Great Comemence The Best Approach to Employment Indzspensable to Success zn Busmess One Hundred Seventy Fave , , ,, 76 , 4 , ,, , , 4, 10 , 76 , 4 , O, , ' , 1 1, , , 80 , 4 4 ,, 57 , , , 1 1 . , ,17, 97 , . 4, , 16 , . 14, 9 , 96, 6, 8 , 4 72 1 4 64, 101 , 64 , 4 116, 119, , 25 ' , , , 76 , , ' , , , 72 , , . 57, , 14 ' , 49 , 108, 107, 1 , , 52, 25 4 , 84 , 57, 1 16 1 . , , 5 , 25 ' , ' IOO, 25 , 1 ,t ,111 , 64,113,115 1 , 72 , ' 4 120, 25 1 64 4 , 64, 162 , ' 84 ' , ' 116, 161 ' , ' l 8, 150 ' , 114, 116 , 49, 1 16 A , 63, 64 1 57, 132 ' , 84 Blowers, Donald 64 Brohard, John Charles 57, 113, 114, 115, 124, 153 , ' 64, 101, 102, 112, 1 , 160, 162 , , r. 126 , ,Y 84 , , . 126 ' , ' , 12 , 25 , I , ,153 1 A 9 , 25 , 57, 116 1 W 64 , 4 110, 9 , 9, , 97, 25 4 , 57, 121 , 72 , B4 , , 1 13, 1 14, 11 , 25 1 4 64 , 64 1 64 , 76 1 ' 4 64 , ' 57, 116, 117 ' , 4 64 , 63, , 111, 96 4 , 57, 116 , 4 48 1 72 , ' 64, 113, 115 1 57 , BO 1 4 57, , 107, 161 1 1 64, 113, 1 15 , 64, 15 1 64 , ' 64, 101 1 11B , 57, 96, 100 O O nav! ff wana!! EUNERATULATIUNS To The Glas of 1951 fl - Thr' Home of 'Ylmforeci Name Brand Qualities e Buker Carl Burchard Roy J Burcher Mary Lou Burden Marne Elnzabeth Burge Burgess W1lda Jean Burkam Burkam James Alden Burnf1eld Nancy Burnhardt Bonn1e Burns Helen Chr1st1ne Burrell Rom1na Earlen Butler Joyce Butler W1ll1am Butts Kenneth Butt Wtlma Buxton Jerry AI1ce Lee JoAnn Cam Donnalea 95 Cam Robert Calloway James Morr1s Callen Barbara Campbell El1zabeth Jane Campbell Jane Campbell Larry A Campbell Royal Campolo Eugene Cannon Nad1ne Faye Canter Charlene Canter Donald Sheldon Carl1sle JoAnn Carlo Joseph Carpenter Charles Davud Carr Betty Jeanne Carson Charles Robert I9 5 4 9 l6O 6 95 O 8 IA 6 91 O l59 O 6 6 Carson Roger Ke1th Carson Shurley Carter Leroy Herbert Cartnal Nancy Lou Cartnal Cartnal Cartrught Lewus Carver Donald Lee Cash Robert Cass Cllfford Wayne Castle Jantce Castle Robert Om Cates Robert Chaney Allen Thomas Chaney Chaney Chaney Ruth Ann Chaney Walter Charles Channell Dale Edwm Chapman Ruchard Naunce Chapman Robert W r R1chard Ernest Clyde Mrs Joseph Chase Beverly Chatterton R1chard Eugene Chesser Conrad Femll Ula Rae Chuldren Shnrlee Ann Church Sh1rley Church Thomas Chesser Claggett Larry Claggett Lewus Claggett Pau Claprood Albert Clark Bonme Clark Donald Gene Clark Donna Clark Harold Rlchard 4 4 5 6 6 2 6 5 22 5 5 COIlf.flfIflllI1fl0llS lo Thr Class 11 1991 JK If 5 X11 1 111 MIDLAND AUDITORIUM THEATRES ll 11070 Hzfs Km A Hulnf One Hundred Seventy Seven , 84 , ' 57, 113, ll , , r. , , ' 84 , 64,113,115 , 57, 1 4, 1 a , ' ' 64, lOl , 57, 113, 114, 115 , ' 64 , P. . Ms. I2 , ' 116, 1 , 97, 25 , ' 64 , 72 ' , ' 64 , 64 , 64 ' , 72 , 19 , ' 64, 117 ,, 1 57 , ' ' 57 , ' 26 , ' 57 , 1' 64 , 49 , ll , ' ' 72 , l2 , 26 , 84 , , . 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H 65 ' , V 65, 113, 115 , ' Y , 113 , 65 , ' 65, 93 , ' , 65 , 27, 116 ' , l 49 . , 80 ' , 72 , ' ' 65 ' I , ' 65 ' 1 l 4 6, , 122 , 4' 65, 101 ' , ' 57 ' , ' 57, 1 ' ' 1 84 , B4 ' ' 1 65 , . 84 , 23, , 52, 97 , 58 122, 13 , 132, 9, 150, 159 , . 83 1 . 8 ' , , 27 ' , 76 , 65, 1 , 113, 115 , ' 1 Q I 57 , 27, 1 0, 1 2 , 27, 10 , 113, 11 , 160, 1 2 , ' 5, I , 160, 162 Cochran, Philip Lane V 27, 122 Creighton, John David 112, 122, 157 . 1 8 ' , . ' A 57,113,114,115,1 2 ' , . 16 1 ' 65, 101 ' , 27, 116, 117 1 65 ' , ' 65, 117 1 A 27 , . 58, 106, 137, 138, 153, 156 , ' 27 , 12 , 1 9, 150 , 65, 15 , 155 ll' 1 80 , ' 84 7 , 76 7 12 , 58 f I - 12 , ' ,58 1 ' 27, 113, 114, 115 , . , , 58 , , 76 , ' ,84 . , , 57, 10 ' , ' ,58 1 , . 57 , H80 , 11 , , , 126 . ' 1 J 57 ' H , A 65 THE CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc cfqfiefz glze Classroom As you leove the clossroom, twelve yeors of tormol schooling ore behlncl you Whot IS your next step? Is It on to college or unlverslty leornlng o trocle the business world? Whotever your choice moy be you move to the next lmportont step In your lute with the best washes for every success ond sun cere congrotulotlons upon your grocluotuon from your 3200 frlencls ond neighbors ot Owens Corning Flberglos Corporotlon F IBERGLAS I C o s o o Q a o o Q 0 Q o o a o 0 I o n 0 0 s Q Q n Q o Q a c v 4 Av - 1. un u nv on d h Cunmngham Judy Cushman James Dancey Gordon Danley Barbara Jean Darks Nancy Jane Darkes Stella Charlene Dar Ing W1lIam Daugherty Jack Dewannd Daugherty Jul1a Dawdson Patr1c1a Davub Dav1s Dav1s Dav1s Davts Dav1s Dav1s DSVIS da HaII1e Jack John Franklnn Kenneth Eugene Nancy Ann Robert Shnrley Ann 65 93 Dawson Dale Dawson Thomas Th1eI Dean Betty Deeds Charles Deenls Patrncra Delancey Thomas Del Cecato John Delong Elalne Dernent Audrey Dement Dav1d Denman Sue Denner Patrucua Jane Denner Robert Dennls Charles Downs 52 122 Denms Jack Haynes D rr Phylhs Dernnger Harry Desgrange Robert 5 O 6 4 6 SCOTT S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE STORES Fast P 1rIx Place I ITOIIC 6668 H IIIIL HOXIIL O1 Bh1TkH X1HLblIL LLXHJS ' , 76 , 76 0 , 6 76 - , 0, IO A , I , 27, 65 1 , ' 1 76 , 65 . I , , 78 'y A 65 ', ' II ', 27, 109 ', ' 65 ', 28, II3, II , 115 ', , , 101, 112, 160 1, so ', so , 84 , ' 65 , 28, 116, 160, 162 , 56, 106, I24, 137, 138, 144, 156 ', " so , 65 , 65 , ' 2, 65, 113, 115 5'.' L ' ' , 1 58 , ' 84 , 76 , " 58 , 2 84 , x . .. ', 28, , ,125,136,13a,15 ', 5s 6 l . , 19, 87 I One Hundred E1ghty One Congratulations . . . from MUELLERS Where you may select as many gnft portrants as you need spendlng as httle or as much as you choose for each Portrans are the most apprecnated of all gifts and you will be proud d h the are made by MueIler's m the Arcade eH dEgh I I I . . I . to give yours to your frien s, w en y undre 3 ty-Two DeVoe Donna Devoll Robert Dual Charles Dual James Dual John Edward DrBnasuo Angela DnB'aslo John Duck rson Dxckerson Harold B Rnchard Dvckerson Flora Kathryn Dlckerson T Edwyn Dnckey Peggy Anne Drehl Wlllnam Bennett Dlllehay Edwnn Dlshon Delons Dltter Bernard Russell MAY FIEBEGER Duxon Janet Dobbs Kenneth Paul Dodson Fred Dale Doll Ronnue Lee Dollnson Arletta Dooner Shnrley Dorn Helen P Dotson Robert Douglas Maxwell Dowlung Maxlne Drake Drake Drake Drake Drumm Drurnm Drumm Drumm Dudley Dudley Duffee Duffee Davud Joyce 'Vlarlene Rlchard Eugene Bonnle JoAnn Frank Mrs Gary Orville Charles Lucvlle Mae Barbara Vrrgnma Harold C mnplunents A T e 2852 6 ATH A NOR Harnz Au Heatmf' Phone 6069 A 76 Congratulations to the Class of 1951 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION , us.ss 84 A , 72 ' , as 58, 94 A ' ' , 2 .2 84 j ' l. ' . ' , .2 28 ' e , ,,,V , ,, 84 . V 65 UI ' , . , l7 ' , 58 ' , ' ' W 65 h ' , ' 28, ll3, ll , ll5 ' , ' , 78 ' , , , 108 ' , 2 84 , , . 58 , , 58 , ' 2 za, 120, 124 ' , 2 so C O. , ' Y 76 , . lb, IOO, IO2 , ,. 58 , l9, l38, 15 , l57 ' , ' ,,,, 76, 78 ' ' , ' 80 , 49 I ll Y V 7 I u , ' 65 ' ' . ' ,., . 4 28, lOO, lO3 , , V Y l26 , 72 , , , , ll f V Y, 65, ll3, ll5 f ' ' ' 65 One Hundred Elghty Three Congratulatzons Class of 1951 , f w ivmg I X Fr f-X Z -'::.:r1'Pw kg X L fig ggigjiiiij -M ig iw A- 'P ,,gs,3,fgg NEWSPAPERS-SCHOOLS cAuLoes-mm "N ,:. -A--f- 4--4 f -W -"Lf ' E -5-If If 42 u-rn suns? svn: s-r Nswmzx, YNGQIEVINU For FLUSH MCDUNTED LINE ETCHINGS ZINC AND COPPER HALFTONES THE NEWARK ENGRAVINC CO. NIIVVARK OHIO Dumm, Charles Edward Dunaway, Don Wayland Duncan, Dupler, Dupler, Dupler, Dupler, Dutcher, Blanche Dutcher, Thomas Dyar, Ella Dyer, Lois Ann John Preston Edward George Margaret Ann 23, Philip Earley, Joann Echols, Elnora Echert, Charles A. Edgerly, Charles Edris, Marilyn Edwards, Paul B. Ellas, Fredrick Ellis, Phyllis Kathryn Ellis Richard Eugene Frances Joseph Josephine Marilyn Jane Dale Franklin Ernkson Geofrey Eshelman Jerry Carol David Francis George William Robert Virginia Mary Everett Fred Albert Elmore, Elmore Elmore, Embrey Emerson Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Fairley Janet 28, 92, E 65, 113, 58, 144, 158 154 114 , 84 112 114 114 72 80 80 115 65, 94, Qs, 97, 100, 109, 84 58 19 84 49 13 76 58 4 90 91 4 2 28 95 6 109 124 HARRY J. ROCK 21 South Park Place Hart Schaffner dz Marx 1 an H eusen Stetson I u l U n i -JOSSV TH: 'e 5' E11 CA su? 10:4 of ill llusf Q3 Sari zofogiczp els PHONE 7 i 47 One Hundred Eighty Five 7 28,118 116 7 72 72 f - I, 1 Y 65 ' so , 84 , 49 , ' 76 ' , ' 72 , " 65, 15 , iss 7 A I I 58, , , 9 , 100, 103, 112 , 3, , , 9 , , F ' , so 1oc Q 4 4, .5 Q C, Q K . . 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Mae Felurnlee Nancy Loo Feeney Rose Ferry Rose Ferry Barbara Mae Ferry Paul Clnfford Feuerruegel Rurh Marne Fueld John Henry Fnelds Carolyn Funley Judith Ann Fush Delorus Fontaine Fnshbaugh Bonnne Lou Fnsher Donna Mae Fusher Janrce Evleen Fnch Sally Lorraune Fleufz Rnchard Flemmg Fletcher Fletcher Flowers Flowers Edith Julia Sally nn Donald Lee Nancy Carolyn Fon Carol Fon Shnrley louise Foote Ronald Charles Ford Barbara Ann Ford Dana Foster Foster Foster Belly Jean June Elnzabefh Murray C O l2 4 6 3 0 -1 6 6 5 5 7 A4 6 4 A 6 POR If INFH IOODS LL Jlllll tm STA R FOOD MARKETS ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERING S H O P lblhrst llplmlutrrmu Shun in Nrumrk Corner Fxlth .Incl Nlam Streets Offlcc Phone' 6461 Newark Ohlo , - 72 , 58, lO , ll6, l6l , AA 65, 92, 93, lOl, l , 160, l 2 " , 65 , 84 , ' ll6 , 65 i i v i , eo , J f Q f 65 V 58, lOl, lO 1 65, lOl, l6O, l62 , 84 , 65 ' , , , I 65 S ' , ' 65 ' l ' . S 4 I , 84 ' , ' 65, ll3, II ' f ' ' 58f 113' lld' 'I Ilrmzrf-Owner! Murlcvts' ' , ' 65, 92, lOl, TO3, ll A , 28 ' , I ' 58, ll6 4 , A 65, lOl ' , 7 l 3, l ' , ' 75 , ' 58, l6l , A 58, ll , 65, l5 , 29 A , ll A , ' ' 65 l , . 29, 13 , l B, l49, l5 , l5. , 29 , 72 , 80 f ' 29, l lfl, ll , T15 V . l26 One Hundred Enghty Seven Congratulations To the Class of 1951 W m OHIO POWER cof xl a Fouts Kent Fox Rhoda Fraz1 FFBDCIS Francus Francus Francus Francls Franc1s Franga Carl Roberts Carlton Eugene Charles Albert DOFIS Grace Estelle Marne Nancy Ann Ronald Mnlan Franklm Jo Ann Franks Margaret Geraldune Freas Donald S Frederucks Jo Ann Fredntz Barbara Freenan Dean Delnar Freshour Harold Carl Frey Frey Frey Frey Fulks Carol Jean Charles Frances Paulme Helen Louuse Mary V1rg1n1a u s Paul C Fulton James Rlchard Funk W1ll1am Futerer Janet Futrell Ruth Gallatm Norman Gamble Merwyn F Gamble Ronald Wrlluam Gard Joanne Gardner Rnchard Eugene Garrand Sally Lou Garrett Gary Gaulke Ned Gaydos Geza Harry Gayheart Bll Gelfer Geller Geller Gentry George Gubbs Glbson Glbson Gllbert G1lham Glaney Karl Jordan Dorothy Irene James Tracy M1chael Johnny John Charles Carol Ann Johnny Gary Clark Harry Eugene Harvey Glasme1er Robert Morrus Goldsmuth Mary Gonser Eugene W1ll1am Good Sh1rley Mar1e Gooden Opal Roberta Gordon Lous Mar1e Goss Kelley Edw1n Graft Jerry Lee 4 29 OO 4 130 2 90 91 92 5 103 2 6 22 4 A 4 Col Gutndge 81 Son 01110 Ixrntur ky and 1Ves't Vlfgllllll Coal CHESTER GUTRIDGE Ouner 'S .mms Street Office Phone 3191 Hes P1 lrlllc 74707 GREEN BAY FUR CO Phone 2747 C 0l'l,QfllfllIC1f10!lS nnrl Best 11131165 '10 ll Claw of 1931 MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO 1161111 Xlcf -xxfrm Congrofulcatlons CLASS OF 1931 Tl-IE HIO FUEL , . , . 5 5 76 , 5, 58,113,11,115 'er, ,, ,,,, , ,. 58 o ', 58 ', ,. ,29, 118 ', ' 5 6 5 . , 5a ', ' 65,113, 115,117 . ., u . .. 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Gray, Gray, Gray, Charles, Mrs. JoAnn 6 Kenneth Ronald ,,,,,, Green, Carolyn Green, James 66 Green, .loan Lucille Green Greer Larry Patr1c1a Gregg Barbara Lou Gress Kathryn Ann Gr1der Jean Grugsby Arthur Grugsby Donald Harold Grnmes Wunnfred Grnmm Thomas Grlmm Tw1la Josephnne Grove Donald Lewls Grove Jamce Grubaugh M1r1am Guest Ruth Gyure Yvonne Haas Paul Fredenck Hageman Robert L Hageman Ronald Hahn Robert Hannes Nancy Halblaub Francas Halblaub MeIv1n Eugene Halblaub Franc1s Halblaub Verna Juamta Halbrooks Patr1c1a Hae Cynthua Sue Ha e Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Jack Al1ce Delorls Edgar Donald Frances A1lene Jan1ce Mamle Florence Neva Rnchard Hamulton Ferol Irene Hamulton Walter Hammond Ed Hand Patrucua Handel Donald Franklln Handley Nancy Carolyn Hanes Janet Delph1ne INDEPENDENT DAIRY 1 R J Illlllll 6. 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' ':" 'lrnn ', ' ' ' 66,113, 115, 158 ', 76, 15' w , 1 , 122 1 - 872 618 14" -6 81.1-1-1 ', 31 6 68, 6 6 66, 95, ll2, ll3, IIA, 30,113 30 52 A 56 58 96 3 97 3 58 OO 9 97 OO 58 24 7 126 'lOl ll5 .84 84 ll5 6 44 4 A 4 4 J 58 Pnntmff llzat Pleascs 1171 XX est Xldlll btlcct C-'UIlglllflllllfl0llS Class of lfbl NI1 lx 1 Cott lgc C llccsc Blltttl B11tt611111llx Ho1110ge111Lc cl Xlxllx c Pustrmz 6 In C, :ss llmm 4 7 111 One Hundred Nmety One TOM BALDING V zszt ou: new studzo af 3512 N 3rd Larger, Nlcer, More Convenient The best costs no more 125 HUWARIJ STUIJIU Portrazts YV1tl1 Personal :ty NANCY NORPELL d Nine ty-Two Hart Nancy Janet Hart Patr1c1a Ann rt R rt R E r Harter Eugene Ned Hartman Barbara Hartman Sherry Harvey May Estella Hayes Fred Haynes JoAnn Hayser Carol Headlee Letha Heaiwole Vnrgnnna Heckleman E H Helm Barbara Helm Wnllnam Frankl1n Hensey George Duncan Hensey John Fulton lOl Helman Ronald Paul O 9 9 Helmuclr Gen Helms Charles W1ll1arn Helms Darlene June 5 ll2 Helser Mnlclred Hendrnclcson Jo Anne 6 Ol 160 63 Hendren Rlchard Orlando Henry Elrzabeth Katherme Henry George Thomas Hepsworth Joe Hess Delorus Hess Glenda Mae Hess Robert Eugene Hudeg Louls Donald Sl an Hll Lee Edward Shrrley Eleen Hnndrnan Craug Hnndman Hugh Gordon A A 6 A To The Class 95 Success In All 0 lou JOHNNY BROWN 7l 704 West Xlun St Plmm 4 1 PERSON XLIZED IINSTXI L XTIONS KUSTOXI DESK NFIB FI OOHS md XX XI I S I molf um Kvllllllf Rubin r Plasfzc C010 Base I1 SIX cmlhf C' om p11m en ts of THE ADVOCATE PRINTING CU. , as 66, ,113, 115 , 'A 31, 113, ll4, 115 Ha, . 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' , ' 5a,113,11,115 ' , 66, 113, 115 One Hundred Nlnety Three Htnton Sally Ann Httchcock Betty Ann H tchcock Flora V1rg1n1a H1tcl1cock Marulyn Louuse Hobbs Nancy Lou Hobbs Sondra Lee Hobbs Zoanne Loutse Hobson Nancy Hoey Clarence Rtchard Hoffer James Rodney Holbert Betty Dolores Holcombe Thelma Holdbrook Ronald Ga1l Holland John Davtd Holland Regenna Sue Ho ler Lester Holler Robert Newman Ho er Russell D v1d Hollungshead Jerry Lee 60 31 163 16 99 O8 92 96 lOO 9 58 Worth 'ildc of Sqn 111 'N ew ark Ohm CIJIIIPIIIIICIUS 0 T G ROBISON SHEET NIET AI XVOHIx ROOFIXC FUHX AC ES L49 XVest Canal Shut One Hundred Nmety Four Holltngshead John Holman Holman Holman Holmes Holmes Holmes Clyda Ulsa Margery Multon Eugene Donald Jack Phtllnp Robert Frankltn Holmqutst Duane Holmes Thomas Homman Patructa Horky Paul Rlchard Hornby John Wnlluam Hotchklss Beatrlce Ann Hotttnger Donald Houck Robert Lee House Katherme House Wayne Howard Juntor Howarth Rodney Louts Howell Wumfred Marne Hoy Geraldtne Hoy Wllluam Edward Huber Aluce Vlrgtnna Huffman Huffman Huffman Huffman Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Humoert Humbert Hummel Hummel Betty Jane Carol Dorus Rnchard Evelyn Frances Fred Gary lannce Mrs Edwtn Norma Jean Robert Carolyn Glorla Ann Betty Mary Lou Humphreys Rnchard Hunt John Robert Hunt Nancy Hunt Neona Hunter Thomas Lee Hupp Betty Jeane Hupp Wtlltam lacobellus Evelyn Iden John Reel Iler Patrtcua Anne lmhoff Frank lngler W1l1arr1 Ivers Glenn Jacabellts Evelyn Jackson Davtd Jackson Eugene Donald Jackson George 4 I so , 100, 1 , , 161, ,162 5 , 1' 31, 0, 162 ' , ' 90, ,1 , , , ,IO7, 112, 7, 31 I 53, 116 I 76 I ' 5e, 101, 112 I 84 I - 66 I 31 I I 32 L I I2 I - 56, ,11o, 96 I - 53,116,117 1 I 84 I 66 ll , a ' 66 - I 72 I 59 I 11 . 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IJ. , " 67 , 67 , A 77 ' , ' 7, 10, 33 , 77 , 125, 33 , so I 1 ao 1 , 59 1 '-, ' , 100, 116, 33 1 , 1 5 33 ' , 118, 33 ' , 12. , 9 , 112 ' , 11 ' 1 A , 7, 15 , 15' ' , v 59,12-1, 125, 13, 15,15 I 72 36 L' . , as ' , 59,1O,16O,161,162 , ' - 59, 13, 11-1, 115 , 53, ,124, ,33 , " 67 , 95,1 , , ,34 C urzglrrtzllzlfzorzs Fo Class of 1991 BORDEN S Da1ry 81 lce Cream Co C orncr N1 dlllllt and Thlrd PHONE 4093 CALLANDER S Certlfled Cleaners 41 'North Fourth Street PHOYE 7110 One Hundred Ntnety Sax Kramer Lynn Kramer W1ll1am Max Kreager Jacquelrne Kreager Mary Kreager PBYYICIB Kre1g Sarah Kub1c Rose Ann a e B Lake Catherxne Lake Clarence Lamb James Lambert Shurley Ann Lampton Robert Donald Land1s Monte Dav1d Landrum Larry Lee Lane Tw1la Lange W1Il1arr1 Emtl Langland Lars Lanngan Robert Lawrence Paul Lester Lawrence Velma Layman R1chard Layton Euleen Lee Glenna Jean Lee Harold Lee Sh1rley Lezdy Thomas Rose Lerghton Betty Anne LeMaster Thomas Luther Lescallett Harvey W1ll1am Lescody R1chard John Leslre Eltzabeth Leslue Ira James Levtngston Betty Helen Levlngston Ralph Arthur Lewts Lewrs Lewrs Lew1s Donna James Norma .lean Wrlma Kathryne Lughtle Edward L1ghtle FYBHCIS W1llard L1ndeman Kerth Lrnder Al1ce L1ndrooth Charles Lnndrooth Donald Ltnebaugh Judtth Lmgafelter Carole V1rg1n1a Lmk Charles Wlllram L1nn Carolyn Lrppencott R1chard L1st Arthur Davld L1tten Mary Jane Ltvengood Margaret Ann Loar Janet Louuse Loar Rnchard Lohrman Margaret Jeanmne Long A B Lomas Alfred Lambert Sh1rley Long Judrth Long Nanc1e Loughman Carol Loughman Jackre Loughman Shtrley Love Lovel Luby Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Mary Leonard Donald Kenneth Augusta Ann Carolyn James Robert Ruth Ellen Luckner Herman Luckner Herman R Jr Lugar Leona lrene Lupher Carolyn Lusettu Mary Jo , 59, 116, 1 , 125 . 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I I I One Hundred N1netyN1ne College of Commerce Sp011s0rr'rl 1111 Busmfss 11071 SIIIHIHCI Term CDPCIIS Illlll 4 1931 F111 Telm Opens 5t'ptCl11lJ6'l 10 1931 Tun LCIIHS of C1 11 oaks Efnch 111 BECINNINIC TXPINC P110111 7097 J F Swlsher Cool Co Ohm 1171 sf 17H,Ql71IIl and lu 111116111 C0111 14 Su 1s111 r OV1111 1 99 qC1lItl1 P1111 Stuet Offue Phom 4397 Res Phone 46424 C 017111111711 nts JEAN FROCKS INC I1 D C111 X111 011,Q1r1tuI11tm119 F0 7110 Class of 1931 Nework Lound ry Co H uf C'lu111111,Q and Drzf Clrr111111f' 170 CCCll1SL1CCL Phone .3086 Nuchols Martha Norman Ellen Norpell Nancy Lee Norrls Betiy Loulse Norrns Sara Mae Northy Gloraa 60 98 60 Norion Delcle E Null L1nda Null Shlrley Ann Nunes Carol Ann Nutr Edna Nutt Mane O1 100 60 61 OBr1en Neal Oakleaf Barbara E 6 6 Oakley Donald Eugene Oatman Betty Oatman Harold 7 Oder Davld Oder Lewzs Offenbaker Donald Offenberger Patsy Olmsted Wlllxam 4 Olpp Dons M O N Orr Orr Orr Orr Orr Orrus Barbara Jean Orrus Pafr1c1a Ann e1l Ann D Barbara Jean John Henry Orvulle O111e Phyllxs A Sh1rley 44 108 52 1 3 12 15 l x P Xl111pl1xs Centrol Ohlo Soles Co C,1 1cl11.1t1o11 C lfts NCILCIVAS Fust and Lurffcst TV Store Tu 11111710 80111111 P1 CJIGCLOIQ E D M I S T O N S 11111 Tlpl 1'1CC0lC1CI9 136 9 Elst N1 1111 Shut TY Bll1lC1l11Ll BOOK STORE CO Phom 7900 13 South Tlmd Sheet Two Hundred - Uf Y ,- 1 - 1 , - - ' ' . , . . . . , N 1 1 , . 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