Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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V ' Z- ,. 1 ?,, tif. 1-' fa"',""3-gjqzw-f . - - A . . . ,. , f f 24. x 'I f ssnstant Eclutors SENIORS Nancy Barr Joseph Kappes Jack Duncan JUNIORS Garry Wharton Saundra Culp Nancy Spangler Edward Vl lsener Nancy Buolwell Carl Brooks James Cashdollar Kathryn Connor Kenneth Davls Vlcky Els Nancy Har ras Peggy Harris Carol Hornby John Jacobs Nancy Long Dale Price Robert McGaughy Dorothy Muke Carol Oatman Wlnlfred Aushn M le e Bake Lo Ann Bob d Bossca Jea Boye Ca l B ooks y B n e N d e Cannon Louene Cla k Sue Councell n Y Pat Deenrs Sue Denma Dolores Dlsho ANNUAL STAFF SOPHOMORES James Barr Jack Duncan Joseph Kappes PHOTOGRAPHERS Dwlght Johnson Vance Roberts ARTISTS George Arensberg Jack Duncan TYPISTS Wnlma Lewis Phyllls Crego ROOM AGENTS 207 00 Bonnie Porter Tum Rehbeck Robert Salyer Nancy Slmpklns Sylvia Clark Rocharcl Cartnal Jack Welsent Maxine Whltls 34 400 40 4 Phtlup Rees Wllma Rogers Jerry Blsho Nancy Sue Burntleld James Cushman Suzann Doughty Jerry Eshelman Vrrglnla Heatwole Ann McElfresh 6 Shirley Swonger Rlchard Touvell Phyllls Crego James Harrus Joseph Kappes Lols Langlancl John Stewart Busmess Manager Mildred Swackhammer Ass sian! Business Manage Marlene Re chley Maxine Dowlrng Naom Eme son M r am Farmer Joa e Fa am Mary Goldsm th Nancy Handley V 9 n a Heat ole Ea ba a Helm udnh L nebaugh Mar etta McRee Jo Ann Markle Sue Morrow Donna Nelbarger Do s Nelson FATRONS STAFF Bonnie Flshbaugh Chalrman Roger Mathews 406 Shnrley Ruckus Carolyn Rudenbaugh 40 Jack Southard Karen Verway James Wlnce Yvonne Otterman M :key Oxley Patsy Pafierson Joan Rader Ch lshne Rlcha d Carole Rrcha dson Nancy Saylor Nancy Spangler No ma Sralrer Margaret Taylor Carolyn Tuttle Te y Warman Sally Wrlley Mary Jo Wrllrams Charlene Messick Marlene Relchley Miriam Farmer Dons Nelson Patsy Patterson Wlmfred Ausfm Mary Jo Wllllams Mrckey Oxley Maxine Dowllng l05f Q -f t ' l - ' ' .06f- 2lOf I Q 3l5f ' p l07 Y. I ' 21344. ' 44 201 3 -ff D ' H 24 202W 30 f Q ' Qgg 2044 E 3094 ' U so ' '- ' 205' U 3114 D 5C 206-fRaymond Miller 3l3fJoann Shockley Sally Will-ey BUSINESS STAFF Lirlsa wen l lm rnh. I I I Nalrrc r ur fi Id ir i i ' w l r Sa d Cublp l . x Xie QMQJ5 af fammaw 47142 Wifi af 122454 zdlrattun The Revellle Annual staff IS happy to deducate thus years book to Mr Paul Dorland Harlow Director of Athletlcs at Newark Hugh School Hrs wlnnlng personality and flne acl vnce to young people have gamecl hum the respect of the entire student body Mr Harlow came to Newark Hugh School as track coach and assistant basketball coach In the fall of 1944 ln I947 he was appomted Athletlc Darector He contmues In these pos: ttons today Woon Sm Chu and Young Duk Hyun entered Newark Hugh School rn the late tall of 1952 Woon Sun ns from Seoul Korea Her father ns In YM CA work In Pusan Woon Sun IS fn' teen years old She IS now llvung wuth Mr Young Duk Hyun as from Pusan Korea H s parents now reside un Seoul Korea D as sixteen years of age and lives with Mr and Mrs Robert Church and Mrs. D. E. Van Ness. ' , . i ' ' , . " ick"' 10 BAND CLUB In 1939 the Band Parents Club was organ tzed wtth tts chief oblecttve beung the promo txon of the welfare of the Band The parents of the band boys and gurls make up its mem bershlp Meetlngs are held on the last Mon day of the month an the musxc room at the hugh school The current year for the club was a busy one with nts hnghlnght benng the purchasmg of new uniforms for the 102 piece band The usual procedure of purchasung needed mstru ments and furnashlng transportatnon to foot ball games was followed ln addltlon to thrs there was a trtp to Ohto Untversrty In Novem ber where the band partlcnpated an a 1250 prece mass band concert and the trlp to the Clncrnnatu state basketball tournament I July the club held the annual pncnlc at Buck eye Lake for all the band members throughout Newark Snnce 1952 was Sesqutcentennlal year for Newark the club was acttve with a booth In the sale of aprons plllows and many other thmgs The bazaar at Christmas time was a success Followtng the home football games the club served lunches to both the VISITIHQ bands and our own band members Tag Day around the Square In December was a profitable protect Parents of the band were guests at Buckeye Lake tn January at the annual banquet held for the band each year at which time seniors were honored The club assusted an housung and banquet :ng vlsltnng band students during the Sprung Band Festlval held rn May 1953 Offncers for the year were George Bishop presndent George Toler vtce presudent Mrs Earle De Long secretary and Raymond Hart treasurer PTA The Newark Hugh School Parent Teachers Assocuatuon held nts meetnng on the thtrd Thursday nn Octobr December February and April Thts years membership totaled 419 The furst meetung was open house with a large attendance The Idea of thus meeting was to have the parents and teachers get ac quatnted The second meetung was a panel dlscussuon The panel conslsted of two stu- dents two teachers and two parents The Idea of thus program was to answer questtom that had come up concernung school The pro gram for the third meeting was furntshed by last meetlng was unannounced when thus book went to press Officers for the school year were Mrs L M Schultz presldent Mrs Wllbur J Strlcker frrst vlce presldent Mr Frew C Boyd second vtce presndent Mrs J C Hepsworth secretary and Mrs Robert Wtlkun treasurer O I I ' ' . I I I ' I I ' ' ' A . - . , , , ' ' Miss Joan Patton's contest-speaking class. The . n . . . ' . . , ' 5 . ' . I , l I . 1 Q . ' ' l f - ' ' 1 f I I , . 1 ' I I 2 , 2 - , 1 , IN MEMORIAM Marvln Bormg During the early mornrng of December 19 1952 whale she slept Wnllre Jane Bendure passed away at her home Jane had been alllng from a heart condltron caused by rheu matrc fever, but she attended school untll Tuesday before her death News of her pass ang shocked teachers and student friends alike, for In her qulet manner, Jane had the respect and affectlon of everyone On the afternoon of May 13 1953 whsle rldrng a tractor Marvrn Boring was fatally In He was rushed to the hospttal but had suc cumbed on arrival Marvln was a gentleman who was quiet and pleasant a rare combrnatron rn modern lfe Students and faculty alike were deeply saddened by the news of hrs traguc accrdent Motivated by sincere grref the senior class of which he was a member cancelled its as sembly whuch was to have been presented on the mornrng of May 14 Marvin played rn the backfleld of thus year s varssty football team ln hrs lunuor year he was a member of the reserve squad Not only In football however but also In every other phase of school lrfe Marvrn Bonng wall be sadly messed Wnllue .lane Bendure I I lured when the vehicle overturned onto him. l . ' . . . I . I I . . . . . , . I , . I I I I CHEERUDHTSNGTSOBAD' 'N NOCEN CE 1 M Jo BMARV yfefmzfzfxhzzzwfz 'if-iisf QM? fig VXI' X k:::.-:.::j 'if 5-X' 93135411 I I O X N 0 X . X U r""'i i 5 ' X N M5 C X 1 W by , ' ' A ' V-'E gl J -4 ' 7? ' '- "'f"frfm01f' - I , ff "' 5 1 N ff" X H' U, 4 u 4 4 A ' . ., .. Q,.+.:f'?1: 4 . , 1 I i A ll, V W, A Y Ii', 2 'L i 7 BOARD OIF EDUCATION STACE PQSSQNRAD DR GLEN vv DELL Vc p es dent FREDA TAYLOR RODERIC JONES THELMA HOLCOMBE ROBERT W. LAWRENCE Clerk SUPIERINTENDENT PAUL B. EDWARDS S t h PRINCIPAL VICE PRINCIPAL FREW C BOYD GEORGE STOECKMANN Oh N f h Oh h COURSE OlF STUDY Languages A prumary obuectuve un the teachung of the earluer courses of modern lan guages us the development of the abuluty to read surn ple prose to pronounce un tellugubly to understand aurally to use language orally wuthun the lumuts of MB, Mgcrggry pupuls classroom experu ence to wrute the language wuthun the lumuts of pupuls actuve vocabulary and to gaun an un derstandung of foreugn peoples and theur cuvul uzatuon whuch wull contrubute to the creatuon of an untellugent cutuzenshup and to an enlught ened publuc un unternatuonal affaurs so vutal at the present tume The later courses un modern language emphasuze and extend these aums and guve specual attentuon to the development The many benefuts de ruved from the study of Latun unclude the followung a more comprehensuve un derstandung of the Englush language the abuluty to comprehend the contrubu tuons of the race over a long peruod of tume the opportunuty t h e broader understandung of peoples other than Amerucans and the securung of a knowledge of the socual unstututuons and problems of an earluer age whuch by contrast may lead to a proper apprausal of the present Mrs Kneg To meet these aums Newark Senuor Hugh School offers the followung courses un foreugn languages Latun X storues un mythology and Roman hustory, and Caesars Galluc Wars wuth specual correlatuon wuth the furst and secono World Wars Latun Xl Cucero, a combuned class of lunuors and senuors alternatung each year wuth Latun Xll Vurgul and two years each of French German and Spanush PAULINE McCREARY AB Denuson Unuversuty MA Ohuo State Unuversuty Latun French SARAH S KRIEG AB Denuson Unuversuty MA Ohuo State Unuversuty B Mus Cuncunnatu Conservatory of Musuc German Spanush FLORENCE E BOYD BS Ohuo State Unuversuty M A Ohuo State Unuversuty Hustory Socual Scuence The socual scuences form a group of very umportant subuects offered un the hugh school today Thus group of subuects guves students a background whuch enables them to understand theur country and uts current problems Students may ta e hustory durung ll Mass Boyd three years of hugh school Ancuent Hustory now un uts second year covers the tume from prehustoruc man to the fall of Rome lt us electuve course for senuors World Hustory Mr Ruce Mr Lorlmer whuch s a sophomore subuect relates the events of the past from prehustoruc rnan through the two world wars s tory of the Unuted States whuch us offered durung the lunuor and senuor years traces the parade of events from the duscovery peruod to the present era A umportant utem also un su ,s as Mr Carlo Allen RALPH E RICE AB Ohuo State Unuvcrsuty MA Ohuo State Uuuversuty Hustory ROBERT H LORIMER .IR BS Ohuo State Unuversuty Hustory IOSEPH CARLO AB Balawun Wallace Hustory Football u Stu , A' 1 L 1 I ' . I . S' . 1. - ...f l . . , .n D k . . a I I I . l . I 1 n Q - I - ' ' . ' an I ' I . . . of a ruch luterary and cultural background. gg., ' X . A L ' . . :QQ . . . Z if" , K ' I . ' 5 - I . . I 1 , ' ' o av a . I ' - H' ' I . . I I I Z . - . . xg Q . , . . J . A . . f i ' I . sf x 'Nw ' ' ' . Mr. . . Il .' . . I t 4' . I. Q. V cluded In the hrstory currIculum IS the weekly dIscussIon of current events for whIch perIodI cals are used Other sublects offered ID the socIal scIence group are cIvIcs economIcs economIc ge ography and soclology CIVICS deals wIth the 15 4 4' '?--1. Mr Dtckerson Mr Hale organIzatIon and functlon of the government of the Unuted States Economtcs concerns the problems In earnung a lIvIng Each of these are semester courses whIch are compulsory studues for senuors EconomIc geography deals wlth the Imports and exports of the Unlted States and other COUDTTISS Students conslder products dIstrIbuted by the VBFIOUS countrIes and Items related to the growth and dIstrIbu tIon of these products SocIology deals wlth the SOClOlOQlCal problems of SOCIETY In the UnIted States today Elementary psychology meets the growIng need for better understand Ing of mans problems and for clearer com prehensIon of matters whIch affect hIs thtnktng processes ID relatuon to hIs envrronment ScIence The SCIENCE course IS dI vrded Into four branches chemIstry physIcs blology and rnachme scrence Btology generally taken u r I n g the sophomore year aIms to Increase students understandIng of lIfe of the world In whIch he lIves and to teach hIm to adapt hImself to hIs envIronment T velop scIentIfIc habtts whIch Include exact ob servatIon compartson of results obtaIned by expertment and observatton logtcal testlng of the truth or falsIty of generalIzatIons accuracy QR! K 5 UI 3 5 JAMES ALLEN AB Muskmgum College Hustory Assrstant Coach T EDWYN DICKERSON A B Demson UIIIVETSIYY M A Ohto State UnIversIty LL B l'f3t'1klII'l Unlversuty Member of the Ohlo Bar AssocIatIon CIvIcs Hlstory JACK R HALE BS OhIo State Unlversnty MA Ohm State UDIVETSITY Economtcs HISVOFY F W SMITH B S Ohuo State Untverstty MA OhIo State UnIversIty Chemtstry BIology Plactucal Scrence search for truth open mIndedness and ac knowledgment of law of cause and effect IS a prtmary concern of the course Physrcs offers a detatled study of heat ltght and the mechanIcs of soltds and lIquIds SpecIfIcally col lege physIcs aIms to teach the student to understand fundamental m e a s u r e M ments states of matter mechanucs motIon laws of machInes h e at sound 'mixes Mr Stemberger lIght magnettsm and STBTIC electrIcIty electrxc currents Induced currents electrIcal radIatIons and other radIatIons Includlng cosmIc rays x rays and raduum rays PractIcal SCIENCE aIms to acquatnt s t u d e n t s wIth prIncIples of physIcs and chemIstry whIch underlle the machInes and matertals whIch they use In da ly work Chlef concern IS ChemIstry IS a study of the composItIon of matter and the changes whIch It undergoes The course strrves to develop an apprecIatIon of the servtce of chemIstry to the natlon and Imparts Informatuon of deftntte use In our daIly home e Mr Douglas MachIne sctence IS a course whIch prepares students to advance In the machtne trade whIch helps them to develop Interest In SCIENCE as offered to the machIne Industry whIch at tempts to show the need and applncatton of sctence In Industry whIch helps to QIVS the student a command of sctence as used by In dustry ID the machIne trade and whIch strlves to develop an apprecIatIon on the part of the student of the scIentIfIc facts upon whIch hIs trade IS bullt Commerclal Sublects Well tratned busIness people are In demand now more than ever before Newark HIgh School has a complete commercIal course to offer to any student Interested In thIs fleld Thts course consIsts of three year perlods P G STEINBERGER BS DenIson Untversnty Phystcs Algebra PractIcal ScIenc MAXWELL K DOUGLAS BA Demson Umversnty Btology Basketball LOUADA M MORGAN AB Muslungum College MA Ohuo State Unlverslty Stenography TypIng Offrce Machmes 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 'W - vv-- ---- ff . . . 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' ' 5 ' ' ' I 1 - Mlss Morgan Miss Skmner which famnllarlze the student wnth the bus: ness world Sophomores recenve basnc traanlng consnstlng of salesmanshxp economic geography buss ness mathematics, and English C55 Qs gb Mr SI Clalr Mr McCleary Juniors recelve speclal tralnlng ln buslness Engllsh bookkeeping typing stenography and commercial law Mass Headlee Miss Olpp Seniors speclallze In the advanced work of courses begun In the lunlor year ln add: tlon they study a new course In office practnce Durlng one semester of the course they fol low regular academlc classroom discussion during the other they learn to manipulate of flce machines This final preparatlon enables them to equlp themselves wlth the baslc skulls needed for obtalnlng a posltlon following thelr gracluatlon DOROTHY J SKINNER AB Ohio Wesleyan Unlverslty Typmg Stenography Office Machmes H C ST C AIR A B Ohlo State Umverslty Ccmmercnal Law Economic Geography Business Mathematlcs School Treasurer J S McCLEARY BS Wulmungton College M Ed Ohlo Umverslty Book keepmg, Socuology, Salesmanshlp Q t L.. J Mathemahcs ln all the math courses the department IS trying to nnstlll ln the mmds of stu dents the fact that mathe matncs IS an exact sclence which wlll tolerate no guess work either ln choice or ln application of prlncl ple which will demand ac MB, Keckley curacy and faclllty In funda mental processes In order to tnsplre In the minds of students a wholesome respect for the fundamental prlnclples of mathematlcs whlch are necessary to later courses ln recent years mathe matlcs has become a very duversnfled fneld Ths IS due largely to mans very dlverslfled means of mak mg a llvmg which In turn nous way of lnfe However tt seems that at least three dnfferent ftelds should re ceuve careful attentlon practlcal mathematics shop mathematacs and that type of mathematlcs whuch leads to a more advanced fleld nn the sJbleCt Mr Stradley In practlcal mathematics the general oblec ttve as to make a practncal application of ele mentary mathematics to the common everyday problems un buslness matters lndustrlal ac tlvltles manufacturing and trade work This IS attempted through the content of the course which ns fractions decimal fractnons money problems percentage equatnons, linear mea sure board measure square measure cubuc measure, and shop formulas The college math course today nnclucles plane geometry, advanced algebra, solid ge ometry and trugonometry Plane geometry IS the basis of hugh school mathematncs lt deals wnth plane flgures of two dlmenssons whsle sollcl geometry places the emphasus on three dlmenslonal figures Trigonometry pertalns to the relatlonshlp of sides and angles of poly gons Algebra IS the branch of mathematics which treats of the relatnons and properties of quantity by means of letters and other sym LETHA HEADlEE BS Ohlo State Unlverslty MA Ohio State University Stenography Typnng Offlce Machxnes Offnce Practuce DORIS E OLPP BA In Educatlon Ohio State Umverslty BA In Business Admnnlstrat on, Bluss College Bookkeeping ,F - E ,. . . . . - E t I - I I ' ' .V t E A, - F-"'ff ' YI H A Q . y I I if ,,,. .E V.,,. I N, J X . . - 1, 'l 1 g If P- ll ' Q ' . . A ' f ' tzzt y ij has grown out of his vlcar- , I , ,ga ' ' . , ' l XA 0 x . 3 6 'fue " B , . Z . . I . - 1 I I . I I I I A I 1 I . l I 7 ' t . . . I . . I I - Y ' ' I I I I ' ' I - . . . . . . . . , I . ' 1 l Q - . 4 . . . Q , V : 3,-, ' ' 'r - 5 ' : ' Zi' --I ' bols Advanced algebra us a contunuatuon of uunuor hugh algebra and deals wuth shorter methods of solvung algebra problems lt pro vudes a basus for trlgonometry the hughest form of mathematucs taught un the hugh school Related machune shop math us a practucal course guven to students takung vocatuonal ma chune shop Thus course uncludes math from tractuons to trugonometry wuth all the emphasus guven to the workung of problems that wull be encountered un shop work Home Economucs The home economucs course at Newark Hugh School us buult around the unterests and concerns of gurls of hugh school age lt dutters from uunuor hugh economucs un that ut us voca tuonal and us carrued over unto the homes where pro uects are correlated wuth class work Mrs Stevens Em hasus un the sophomore year us placed uunuor and senuor classes study technucal de tauls of nutrutlon clothung marruage and fam uly relatuonshups and chuld care and develop ment They study also care and use of house hold equupment ln food study nutrutuon us stressed from the standpount of uts umportance to the well beung of the gurl as well as that of her famuly In clothung emphasus us placed on constructuon desugn color and appropruatuveness Textules new and old the repaur and care of clothung and the relatxon of the clothung budget to the total expenduture are also studued by students The unut of marruage and famuly relatuon shups us desugned to help the gurl wuth present and future luvung Some of the new equupment whuch has been added to the home economucs room us an automatuc washer uroner home freezer re frugerator and stoves both gas and electruc Senuor gurls learn how to make the best use of these and how to care for them properly Home Economucs un hugh school us desugned NINA KECKLEY AB H ram College MA Unuversuty ot Muchugan Algebra Geometry Trugonometry EDWARD STRADLEY BS Muskungum College Economc Geography Practzcal Mathematucs RUTH H STEVENS B S Kent State Un vers ty M A Columb a Un versuty Home Economucs to help gurls solve personal and tamuly luvung problems un the lught of changung socual and economuc condutuons whuch affect the home lndustrual Arts and Vocatuonal Eclucatuon The four uunuor hugh schools offer a begunnung course un lndustrual Arts After reachung senuor hugh school students have the followung courses to choose from In the sophomore year students take one semester of drawung Thus course serves as a prerequusute to other courses of tered durung the uunuor and senuor years Oth er sophomore courses whuch boys may choose are automotuve and aurcraft mechanucs draw ung electrucuty pruntung sheet metal or wood working Mr Eckert In the eleventh year boys may speclaluze and take advanced work un the courses named above or they may enter a two year course un Smuth Hughes vo catuon machune shop and weldung Thus latter chouce permuts them to devote one halt day fthree hoursl un shop practuce and the remaunder of the school day un machune mathematucs related scuence blueprunt readung and applued Eng s Oatman The senuor auto mechanucs course consusts of automotuve and aurcraft carburetuon and :gnu tuon work engune testung raduo and other unstrument repaur work Mechanucal Drawung us the study of the unuversal graphuc language used un the undustrual world l thus course the student learns to vusualuze and thunk un three dumensuons as well as to use and unter pret the symbols of work Mr cash Ing drawung Advanced CHARLES A ECKERT BS Oho State Untversuty MA Ohuo State Unuversuty gupervson of lndustr al Arts Wood ork ng Sheet Metal runturufu HAROLD OATMAN Smuth Hughes Vocatuonal Mach ne Shop ROBERT CASH BS lnduana State Teacher C ll A t t d A craft Mechanucs Druvers Eduiatuoth ege U omo was an Ir I - ' - sus 1 1 - - - ' . '- jd: bt! I - :K 1 . . f u - - . ii . ' 1 - . . - 1 1 1 ' . . F, , , I I 7 I ' 'Q I ' ' A 1 :jg . . on skills, techniques, and standards. The A ' 1 1 ' 4 'V . . l Mr. - I . . . I ' 1 1 ' , , lu h. I 1 ' ' . . . I ' . . . . . I A Q . I . . I . . . . . . - F . , ,i . . . l 1 1 1 1 ' l ' ' I I , . . . . ..,a t ' ' I , i' ..i . ..: f - , , it 1 , W 1 , , . ., ' : l , ' . V ' , ' i . . ., u u , . ., I u ' , , U - 1 : . .- students solve and draw up solutuons of prob Iems pertaunung to mechanucs machune shop or woodworkung These drawungs are used by the students un these areas un makung and re vusung varuous equupment Pruntung un the senuor year Includes makung the layout of uobs composung the type and proper page m a k e u p proof readung and correctung errors and presswork Other phases of thus fueld of study are Mr Black IOIVICIIYWQ Machune woodworkung or mull work In wood IITVOIVGS the use of full suze power machunery when avaulable Productuon uobs are sometumes Introduced The advanced vocatuonal machune shop course con susts of many mauntenance uobs un equupment repaur The related subuects are ad vanced machune mathe matucs machune scuence s h o p organuzatuon and management hustory and cutuzenshup Mr Drake Senuor shop courses are planned to guve stu dents experuence un laylng out work and de velopung the necessary skulls to perform the uob accurately un the least amount of tume More reference readung us requured durlng the senuor year un order to obtaun the necessary technucal Informatuon before enterung upon full tume employment Wuth the equIpment now avaulable un each wuea of the shop pupuls are able to gaun com plete experuence equuvalent to the type of work that wull be expected of them In Industry Physucal Eclucatuon The obuecttves of physu cal educatuon were revused last year so that they would provude for every gurl and boy the means of makung I themselves more adaptable E to socuety Twuce a week ' puptls meet for physucal educatuon classes, and one out of every four peruods us devoted to health and hyguene il .., my 'K' X 3 M za ft Muss Myer IAMES BLACK BS Ohuo State Uruuversuty Related Machlne Shop ROSCOE C DRAKE BS Western Kentucky State College MA Ohuo State UI-Iu versuty Industrual Arts FLORENCE MYER BS, Muchugan State Normal College, MA, Columbua Unu versuty Physucal Educatton Obuectuves of the physucal educatuon classes for boys are the development of strength, en durance stamuna boduly coordunatuon good health habuts and the apprecuatuon of exercuse for recreatuon and amusements These are accomplushed by means of tactucs condutuon Ing exercuses games sports apparatus work gymnastucs and command tactucs In gurls health classes proper health habuts are stressed In addutuon to the development of p r o p e r 'Q mental attutudes toward If f tuonal balance and mental health In actuvuty classes games sports and other actuvutues whuch develop Ieadershup personaluty, and Interest un the so cual lufe of the school and communuty are stressed Intramural games and the luke are provuded to QIVE gIrls experuence whuch wull help them make a wuse chouce un the use of theur Ieusure tume Mr Long Intramural teams In varuous sports are or ganuzed for both boys and gurls Boys sports Include basketball volleyball wrestlung box Ing softball and cross country runnung Gurls sports Include archery basketball badmunton hockey softball and volleyball The course of study un Art us planned to help the art student develop accord Ing to hus own abuluty and wullungness He can fund pleasure un thus art expres ston whether he us a begun ner or a more advanced student because the pos suble actuvutues are unlumIt Mr Russell Free hand drawung us an unterestung and fundamental art study for ut deals wuth ob servatuon or organuzed vusuon Subuect matter for thus actuvuty may be stull lufe fugure and landscape Varuous meduums such as chalk charcoal crayon and pencul are used Understandung the pruncuples of desugn us another Important phase of the art course, not only as pure decoratuon, but also as basuc or ganuzatuon of an art product Here the stu dent works from memory and umagunatuon as well as from lufe A B LONG AB Denuson Unuvevsuty Physucal Educatuon, Baseball MARTIN RUSSELL BS Ohuo State Unuversuty Art MYRON PEARCE BS, Ohuo Unuversuty Band O I I I l I - . ' Q - , . I , ' I -,, ,,.,.., --,ig U ' l I I ' ' 1 V A ' :Q - - ' - I ':"'ll ' I 7 al ' ' ' wif .t., -1-- . , A . ., H stapliing and other types of better physical healfhl emo- . c 5, . , ' ' ' - r I I - F U . . . I . . I l t l . I 1 I r ' . . - . . , I 1 ' . ' ' . , ' ' l , I I 1 . I I ' . . ' Art C , , . . - - , ed. Not only does the art student work In sec ond dumensron but he also has an excellent opportumty to express hlmself In the thlrd dl mensIon Clay IS one of the best medlums for thIs The student learns the possIbIlItIes and lImItatIons of thIs materIal and the proper use of tools All the tIme he IS urged to re member the Importance of makIng the art product express hlS own IndIvIdualIty Whatever the student chooses to study whether It be fashIon IllustratIon letterlng cartoonIng dress desIgnIng portraIt drawIng ceramIcs leathercraft or paIntIng he Wlll fInd that In learnIng the techmque of varIous me dIums and utIlIzIng the prIncIples of desIgn In CYGBTIDQ an art product he wIll be confronted by strong mental challenge and a need for de velopIng manual skIll MUSIC For the fIrst tIme last year the musIc department offered an academIc sub Iect the HIstory of Musrc The course covered the pe rIod from prImItIve man to the modern era Maternal covered Included musIc of Greece lndIa Egypt ChIna Dauk Ages and the Renarssance The class learned about Instruments and Instrumental musIc opera bIography of composers and performers and musIcal perIods ' The aIm of the course was to acquIre a broader VIEW of musIc to learn ITS derIvatIon and to study ITS comparatIve hIstory The course further aImed to show by means of the study of composers of the past theIr style and theIr school the Influence they have had on modern musIc The group met daI y Mr Jones BERTHA L CRILLY A B DenIson UnIversIty M A OhIo State Umvers ty EnglIsh Journahsm HELEN WILLIAMS A B DenIson Umversnty M A OhIo State UnIversIty Engllsh GORDON R KINGERY A B DenIson UDIVEFSIYY M A OhIo State Un versIty EnglIsh A cent HISYOYY ReveIlle Annual For the fIrst tIme last year also Chorus met daIly There was one sectIon only Students earned one half credIt They learned the fundamentals of good sIngIng Wllh specIal at tentIon beIng devoted to breathIng enuncIa TIOD tone and expresslon The course aImed to develop an apprecIatIon for good choral musIc to learn requIrements and deportment of choIr membershIp to apprecIate BbllllIeS of others by means of cooperatIon and to ac quIre technIques of choral productIon The band met daIly and students earned one half Cfedll DurIng the fIrst part of the year students partIcIpated ID the marchIng band durlng the second they worked on the sprIng concert AlternatIng Wllh the Hlstory of MUSIC Ele mentary Theory was offered for the fIrst tIme thIs year It Included Introductory harmony form and solfeggIo Enghsh The study of Engllsh IS so Important to the de velopment of the student that It forms a magor part of the currIculum for twelve years The threefold pur pose of the Englush depart ment IS to Improve the stu dents readIng Bblllly hs WTI Ing Bblllly and hIs speakIng Bblllly before an audlence The course Introduces the student to the rIght kInd of readIng and acquamts hIm wIth the great est thInkers of all tImes MIss Cnlly I ln the sophomore year each student FGCGIVSS traIn Ing In the prIncIples of grammar as well as com POSITION both wrItten and oral He reads lIterature of several types the drama the novel poetry the es say and the short story The basIc Idea IS to enlarge the student s vocabulary and develop a skIll In InterpretIng from the prInted page sf- MIss WIlIIams PAUL HARLOW A B OhIo Wesleyan UHIVSYSIYY Enghsh Track AthletIc DIrector JOAN E PATTON AB MU5kIHgUm College Engllsh Speech DramatIcs R8dlO ' I 1 , . . . , ' . , ' I I ' I ' I I .. 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Z . , I . . ., 'I ' 'J . ., ' 1 ' I ' , - n l , - . ., 5 I I ' I ' . ln the lunnor year the col lege preparatory classes re cenve a more mature vnew of grammar and lnterature ln lnterature students read a narratnve poem a Shakes pearean play a novel and the wrntnngs of Amerncan authors They partncnpate nn an extensnve wrntten and oral composntnon program ln addntnon, they revnew formal grammar and study exposntnon and argumentatnon Mr Klngery The commercnal course emphasnzes composntnon and correct busnness usage lt provndes for the nmme X dnate language needs of the upnl and of certann future The nndustrnal class n Englnsh ns taught to read wrnte and speak correctly stressnng grammar and spellnng Composn tnon based upon vocatnonal work completes the year s course Students of sennor Englnsh are expected to wrnte two long papers based on reference maternal and many short composntnons They also study the lnterature of Englnsh authors and have a revnew Mr Harlow of functnonal grammar A branch of the Englnsh department ns the sectnon nncludnng speech and dra matncs ln publnc speaknng all types of speeches nn formatnve convnncnng hu morous and entertannnng are gnven by students Outstandnng students are also gnven an opportunnty to enter state contests In dramatncs students are gnven the background of the theater and learn of the Important people nn nts hnstory ln addntnon an annual three act play ns staged by the dramatncs class short plays are pre sented for assemblnes and other groups Mnss Patton MARY REXROTH A B Dennson University Englnsh News-sv sg, Journalnsm ns a course offered to nunnors and sen nons whnch gnves opportun nty for creatnve wrntnng on the staff of the school paper The course pro vndes study of the New York Tnmes as a model newspaper with emphasns on vocalulary The Journal nsm staff keeps the mann bulletnn board on the second rloor up to date and supplnes school news for The Newark Advocate Mrs Rexroth 4 Mrs Barrnck Mnss Dorn Drnvers Educatnon and Tramnng Drnvers Educatnon and Trannnng ns set up to gnve students a fnrm foundatnon nn the theory of drnvnng before they take the wheel The academnc course covers background maternal to acqunre nudgment on the part of drnvers, socnal responsnbnlnty of drnvnng legal knowl edge of vehncular operatnon and personal re sponsnbnlnty of operatnon Students then are tranned nn actual drnvnng to gann sknlls A examnnatnon ns gnven nn the course In addn tnon offncers from delnver a lecture nn oral test and nssue HELEN P DORN BS Western Reserve Un Lnbrarnan ELEANOR BARRICK A B Lake Forrest College the State Hnghway Patrol the classroom, conduct an a drnvers Incense nversnty MA Mnarnn University Englnsh Debate Radno MARY E BARNES IDA LOU McDANIEL Admnnnstratnve Assnstant Secretary to Prnncnpal F Y .4,f- v. . . 1 Y I . . . I , 1 ' ' ' I I n . - g 1 - no ssrar r ttttt p 1 ' s n,,: :.. .,.. Vocational needs. i Qu - if ,... . . 4 .. . . , LM . . ' ' 1 - fill' 'll' I . . . ' . , . . . . . -D - . . . . . . I - . I . . I In - I I , .I T I 1 . I . . - , . . . . , . . . . . I . I l . 1 ' . r I f' -:" ' .n f .T I , ,x , 5, f ', , 595 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Dsstrlbutlve Educatlon IS W"T?' a composnte course which fag 'Q COVEFS S6l9SIT'I6f1ShIp FYIGI' chandusrng merchandnse nnformatlon and personal ty lt prepares student I for 'obs In the dcsfrnbutnve fleld The course IS func tnonal IU that It supplues the theory of selling and dns trlbutlon tn class and supplies 'obs In Newark stores for realzstrc sales tralnung By rounding out the experience of students ID dustrubutuve educatron the course eases the transition from eclucatlve practnce to 'ob partlcupatlon 6' Nw 3' Ethel Angus ETHEL ANGUS Lebanon Valley Colleqr- M A C. Ilcle ope atve Retalng Retall Selling Psychology X X . 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Co- ' ' ' l I , . 5201015 422 1952 AWARDS MW' At the annual commencement exercases at Whlte Fleld May 28 l952 the following awards were made To Walter Barnes Wlley the Harvard Cup the Rector Scholarship Award of eighteen hundred dollars to DePauw Unlversuty and the National Forenslc Award To Cynthia Sue Tucker the Roosevelt Hustory Pnze In memory of E C Wrrght To Dan Edgar Wanamaker the Harvard Hrstory Prize and tuutuon of one hun dred and fifty dollars and books to Ohlo Unrverslty by the Ohio Unlverslty Alumnl Assocratlon To Cynthra Sue Hale the Soroptumust Award To Charles Lemom Deeds the Lloyd G Mrllusor Memorial Athletuc Trophy and the Roger Sedgwrck Award In basketball To John Truman Beckman the Leland Baxter Jr Award In Journalrsm and the Charles H Spencer Scholarship Award CA gnft ot two thousand dollars for tuvtlon to Denuson grven only every four yearsl To Vrrglnla Mary Evans the Wlllram E and Anne S Muller Prvze rn Englrsh Henry Leonard Richardson Jr the French Prrze Ida Lucllle McDanlel the Commercral Award Ronald Gall Holdbrook the Reese Debate Award and the Natuonal Forensuc League Award To Ronald Howard Richter the Natlonal Forenslc League Award and a scholar shup of one thousand dollars a year to Columbra Unrversuty To Helen Lucille Tyrer the Natnonal Forensuc League Award To Carma Rae Acklln the Florence M Kung Trophy an dramatlcs To James Warren Race a scholarshlp of one hundred dollars a year to Capital Unuversnty To Wrlluam Lemuel White a scholarshup of two hundred dollars a year to Ohio Wesleyan Unrverslty A A, I I I I I , . , , . . . 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' 'f , 2 - I , '55, ' ' R. .Bairz " " ' "Y'all wa 11111 -llfll . . . . ll ' ll 1 .H b : H t ff ' , ' , ' '5 1 l' 1 " l 1- '51, a 11 "51, '52, ' ' ' , '53, v Il ' , '52, ' , ,537 . . . ,L , ' , I . . . ,5,' ,QI , I . , ' '53, 11.1 ' , ' , ' 1' AYl'1l 5 Q ' '52, Beardshear Edward lee BCYBSF1 Fr-WGS -lean Son of Mrs E Lee Beard shear Often he burns the mldnrght oil but not for study Beasty By ne Who loves not women wnne nor song remams a fool hrs whole lfe ong lMember f Te w s In Ban 51 College Club 1 52 Intramural Basketball 5 Key Club 5 53 se re tary 53 Stud nt Council 53 treasurer 53 Natnonal Honor Society 53 pres: dent 53 Berger lolsanne Daughter of Mrs Charles Berger Rtght she was and full of splrut Beasty By Ime I dont ave onel Lousey w s Thespoans 53 At Utica Lsbrary Assust nts 51 52 presldent 5 National Honor Socnety 52 Blowers, Donald Kaye Son of Mr and Mrs Roy Blowers Never gets Into a flurry for It never pays to worry Beasty By lane news good news ask Stone burner w s n Varsnty Football 52 53 Bonham James Barry n of Mr and rs Wayne Bonham Fortune befruendsthe od Beasty By llne Guys who go to H for advnce ask Head Boney was Intramural Basketball 52 53 Dnstrubu uve Educatnon 53 Bowers Jo Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs I. W Bowers An en ergetuc maed as Jo Ann Beasty By Ime Laugh and the world laughs wnth you weep and you weep a one G 1 e ertue w s n an 51 52 53 College Club 53 Symphonette 53 Musuc Apprecuateon 52 Room Agent 52 YTeens Bowman Grace Mane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Garland Bowman e spurnt to dare and e s o I u to ac Beasty By llne Oh those hours Ive spent Iookmg up a BLINE alley for 6 RB Has anyone got a defrost IH: u Gracie was an Vo Ieyball Room Agent 51 Student Council 52 53 secretary YTeens 51 Junnor Red Cross 51 secretary 51 Natuonal Thespnan So cnety 53 aughter of Mr J Berger Guuet and dug nnfued and earnest at her work Beasty By Ime M happuness no complete unless t shared w 1 th someone I udj Fr nu was In Baseball 51 as etball 51 o eyball 1 Dlstrsbutnve Education 53 Bet: Donald lee n of Mrs D C Men of few words are the best Beasty me People who luke Eusenhower George was In Dustrrbutlve Educa tlon 52 53 treasurer 53 Bob I.ols Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs H C ob Shell dance her way through Ilfe Beasty By Ime N o t enough tame to eat not enough time to dance nee more hours In a day Bleachne was an Buslness Staff 53 Chorus 51 Contest Speaklng 53 Baseball 51 Basketball 51 Volleyball 51 Junior Red Cross 51 Radlo Club 5 YTeens 51 53 a tronal Thespuan Socuety 53 Contemporary History Club 53 National Honor Boring Marvm n of Mr and rs Oscar Bonng Actnon not speech proves a man Beasty By Ime Those two oclock date deals lun football seasonl Marv was nn Varsnty Football Bowers, Lyle Allen Son of Mr and Mrs C A Bowers Young fel lows wlll be young fel ows Beasty By Ime a e s and Ktngery s corny pokes Blondle was xn Intramural Baseball 52 53 lntramura Basketball 51 Sphlnx 53 Boyer Alnce Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs J Emery Boyer And a lolly good student she was Beasty By Ime My snster Mary and our mutual Interests OSU n :ans and polltncs Jeanne was nn Business a 53 Chorus College Club 53 Base a 52 53 Basket al 5 53 Volleyball 2 53 Music Appreclatnon 52 53 Student Councxl 5 Spanush Club 3 secretary 53 YTeens 51 52 53 sergeant at arms 52 Natlonal Honor So cnety 53 Contemporary Hrstory Club 53 1 I I 1 D . . 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A 1 I 1 ' I I I 1 I - 1 1 1 , . . . , 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 Brannon, Thomas Allen Button, Margone Ann n of and Mrs Harry P Brannon brve blow that horn Beasty By lxne Get ern young treat em rough an dont t Il em any thmg a w s an 51 53 vce presudenf 53 Symphon e 51 2 5 H1Y lntramural Basketball 52 53 Room Agent 52 Stu dent Councll 53 Brown George lawrence Son of Mr and Mrs Fred Brown M and my granny rod Beasty By 1ne The crowd at H VIC Hoghead was nn Brown, Wayne Melvln n of Mr and Mrs Tudor Brown The p portunrty for dolng mls ch1ef as found a hundred t1mes a day and of do :ng good once a year Beasty By lme Flndlng Ted on Saturday nught e was 1n Co ege u Junlor e Cross 52 lntramural Base 53 n ra mural Basketball 51 52 Room Agent 51 Speedball Varsuty Baseball 53 Spanush Club 5 3 Buffnngton Joanne Manlyn Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Buffmgton 1 e c a n Bornng Beasty By lme Foot a ru es Marv J was ln Chorus 51 52 Future Homemaker 51 Basketball 52 Dlstrlbutlve Educatnon 53 Burden Mane Elizabeth Daughter of Mr John H Burden and Mrs Wm Decker A merry heart I5 the best of company Beasty By lune Gosh what a weekend I ll n v er recover l Gangl Blondle was In Chorus aseball 52 Volleyball 51 Junnor Red ross 51 YTeens 1 5 3 Cannon, Nadlne Faye Daughter of Mr and Mrs James Cannon Always looks nlce Beasty By me Mussnng all those thlngs we had always planned to dol IH: gangj Nadle was In Business a 51 53 Base a 52 53 Basketball 52 53 Volleyball 52 53 Radlo Cub YTeens Contemporary H 1 s t o r y Club 53 Daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Cocanour Beauty as always queen Beasty By lme All you have to do for happmess I5 reach out and take ut Margue was 1n YTeens 51 2 Class offncers secretary 51 Hornecommg queen Brown, larry Raymond Son of Mr and Mrs Ray mend Brown Ambltlon persomfned Beasty By me There were many nlghts when the world was blue for the car we drove carr1ed only two Huh Kelly? Brownse was 1n College Club 53 Class offuces presudent H Y 52 Key u 5 53 presldent 3 Musuc Apprecuatuon Raduo Club 52 53 pres: dent 53 Student Councll 52 53 Varslty e e 51 5 taonal Honor Soclety 53 Brutchey Ollve Ann Daughter of Mr Alfred Brutchey and the late Mrs Florence Brutchey Every one loves a gentle duspo s1t1on Beasty Bylme No men no money troubles O me was m Junlor Red Cross 52 YTeens treasurer 53 Bucher, Mary lou Daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Burcher Good na ture as the essence of a good mnnd Beasty By lnne To be sllent would be the death of me but somehrnes ld rather b dead Bunny w s Band 52 Future Teachers 53 YTeens 52 Burkam James Alden n f M and rs Harry Burkam Merrlly rolls along ln has tle blue car Beasty By ne New York Yan kees Tmy Carpenter, Charles David Son of Mr and Mrs Paul Carpenter Why does It e so late so eary Beasty Byllne People who gob on the carpets Dave was 1n lntramural Baseball 53 lntramural Bas etball 52 53 e serve Basketball 51 Room Agent 51 Speedball 51 Clutch Artist Club 52 So Mr. . . . . 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'51, '52, , Cartnal Ruchard Ernest Carver Donald lee Son of Mr and Mrs P W Cartnal Bashfulness an ornament of youth a Beasty By ne People who make fun of my dnvmg IH: Tomb Duc was German Club 53 Intramural Bas ke all 52 53 Varslty B eball 5l 52 3 Castle, Robert Olm Son of Mr and Mrs Har 0 Cast e Watchmg the world go round Beasty By lane When are we goung to Den: son? lHu Butchj ob s secretary 52 treasurer Chapman, Richard Maurlce n of Mr and rs Maurlce Chapman Why was that telephone pole there? Beasty Byline New York Yankees Wrangler Chesser Ula Rae Daughter of Mr and Mrs a r C h e s T e sports woman Beasty By lme Why? where? when9 U I9 was n aseball Bas etball 5l 52 o eyball 5l 2 Y Teens 5l 52 Clark, Sylvna Jean Daughter of Mrs Dorothy Clark For she was lust th qua-at klnd whose na ture never varies Beas ty By e Oh ou know you want to go Pl CH: Flopsll Jeanne was In German Club 53 Room Agent 5l 53 Junlor Red Cross 52 53 Sphmx 53 Cochran, Donna Jeanette Daughter of Mr and Mrs loyal R Cochran thnngs comes to her who wants Beasty By lane On qua ne comprend pas Ie francaus lHu Harold! Donna was nn Band 5l 5 53 band lubranan 51 52 53 College Club 53 La Renaissance YTeens 5l 52 n of Mr and Mrs B Carver A lnttle non sense now and then relished by the best of men Beasty By lme Cowboy drrvers around N H S I Don w s n C 5 Chaney, Ruth Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde C h a n e y er clever flngers produce maguc notes Beasty By une Le peuple qui ne parle pas Francalse CH B Bunme was In Band 5l 52 College Club 53 La Renalssance 53 Muslc Apprecnatnon 5 3 Chapman, Robert Max Son of Mr and Mrs M C Chapman A sports man rough an through Beasty By lane Keepmg trarnmg and a gurl friend at the same tame Bo o w s 5 53 res: dent 52 53 Intramural Baseball 52 Speedball Sl Spanlsh Club 53 Reserve Bas etball Varsuty Basketball 52 53 Varsuty Football 52 53 Clark Paul Dean Son of Mr Rollue C ark Always the same Beasty By lane E a s y come easy go Pau s ln Clemmgs Harry James Son of Mr Harry S Clem rngs Just an allround od fellow Beasty By llne That school us nm w s an n tramural Baseball 52 Intramural Basketball 52 5 Cochran Susan louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs W L Cochran A good compamon makes good company Beasty By lane Those Whlzzer rudes I Jam ue was amera Club 51 Chorus 52 53 College Club 53 La Renaussance 52 53 Room Agent Y Teens 5l 52 3 I ' 7 , , , . 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' , ' - Dawson, Thomas Thlel Del Cecato John Son of Mr and Mrs H E Gutrndge He only as a well made man who has a good determma tnon Beasty By lne W o m a n drnvers and leaky mutflers Tom cat was In Clutch Artssts Clu 52 president 52 Class offncer vnce pres: dem 53 Intramural Bas et all Musnc Appreclatuon 52 DeLong, Elame lou Daughter of Mr and Mrs E J De o g How tame flles' Beasty By llne Short weekends Buzzl Dovne was an 51 53 o lege Club 53 Spamsh Club 53 Drake Richard Eugene n of Mr and rs James W Drake J l thmgs corne around to hum w o w ll bu walt Beasty By lrne Guys from up Logan way lAsk Head BJ Duc was In Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Basketball 51 52 53 Speedball 51 Duffee Barbara Vlrgmla Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Duffee Always the same Beasty By me B s the Arr Forces p e c I a blondsl Bar was IH Busnness Staff 52 Chorus Baseball Volleyball 52 Duncan John Preston S n of Mr and Mrs D M Duncan Wltty care free full of fun Happy q lucky son of a gun Beasty By lane Men are men and women are wom and wouldnt thus word be In a heck of a x f they weren t'P ac was an Annua tat 52 53 assnstant editor 53 Intramural Bas e all 51 5 e serve Football 51 Varsuty Football 52 Sphmx 53 Farmer Mlruam Moore Daughter of Mr and Mrs D F Farmer Jolly and ga she s always hat way Beasty Bylme Luvm and laughln and never bean lonely lOne o the K nI Mum: was In Busmess Staff 52 53 Cheer Leaders 51 53 Class offices secretary College Club 53 German Club 53 Contest Speaklng 53 Baseball 5 as etball 51 52 0 eyball 51 52 Musnc Apprecnatxon 51 52 53 Radno Club 53 Room Agent 51 Student Councul 53 YTeens 51 5 53 Sphmx 53 tnon Honor Socnety 53 n of Mr and rs Frank Del Cecato Small stature b big heart Beasty By llne Women druvers who take theur half out of the mud dle of the road' Delce was an German Club 53 Class offecer presudent 53 Intramural Basketball 53 Student Councul 52 53 Drehl Wlllnam Bennett Son of Mr and Mrs Fred Bolander L e s what we make t Beasty By une Llve and Learn lm lnvung but am I learn In 2 was an V Dudley, Lucnlle Mae Daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Dudley Romance IS the poetry of In era ture Beasty By llne Wautmg untnl next Sep tember IHI Bobl ne was nn Band 51 Dumm Charles Edward n of M and rs Frank Dumm Take lnfe eay whsle you can Beasty By lme People who enllst In the navy IH Stevel Charlie w s rn Band 51 52 3 Chorus 53 Emerson Dale Franklin n of M and rs Henry Emerson Let s be merry whsle we may Beasty By lane S certam beverages oo was n V 52 Farrow Theodore Elmer Son of Mr and Mrs Theo dore Farrow Better late than never Beasty By me Leave It bank Ted was an Intramural Basketball 52 53 . 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' 1, '52, '53p ' " I I en 1 I 1 I f t 53- , I I I r I I , - I , I I I I - I , - ' I 1 2 ' - " ' - Na: h I I V f Fears, Nancy Genell Felumlee, Nancy Sue Daughter of Mrs M Fears A rtght lolly gurl rs she B asty By ne Takes two to tango three t play the game Every 0 y rut aln a e Grnger was rn Baseball 5 53 Basketball 53 Volleyball 5 Feuerrregel Ruth Marne Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest A Feuerrregel The word rmposrble not her drctronary Beasty By lane The Three Mus keteers' Forever and how many days'7 Pete was rn Basketball 52 Volley b 52 Radro Club 3 Red Cross 53 Natronal Honor Society 53 secre tary Fmley Judith Ann Daught r rf Mr and Mrs F Fun Good na ture as r powerful mag n et Beasty By ne People who expect me to be on time IH: Gangl Ju y was rn Band 51 Basketball 51 eens .lunror Red Cross 52 Fitch Sally lorrame Daughter of Mr Delmer Fl c and Mrs Ro ert Brown s be a while we may Beasty By lrne e s so as and furious but the best rs yet to come tl-lr om and gangl Sally was an aseball 51 5 as etball 51 53 ol leyball 51 Radio Club 53 Junror Red Cross 52 Y Teens 51 52 Foltanek .lullann Veronica Daughter of Mr and Mrs F r a n k Foltanek e havent known her long but what we know of her we Irke Beasty By lrne South of the border take me away Stormy was rn Drstrlbuttve Educa tron 53 Fulks Paul Clifford Jr Son of Mr and Mrs Paul C Fu ks on y rmles there and back Beasty By lane Castle askmg When are we go mg to Denrson agarn'? tHr obj Butch was I 53 Varsrtv Football Manager 51 Daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Felumlee Common nse s not a common thmg Beasty By llne Id rather be Wrrght than wrong IH: Flopsl Nance was In Baseball Bas etball eens 51 Frelds John Honry Son of Mrs Helen Skeets Frelds rs hrs name foot ba has game Beasty By lrne Tryrng to get to Dover Bug John was rn La Renarssance 52 53 National Thespran So crty 53 Intramural as ketball 52 Varsrty Foot b 52 53 Sphinx 3 Frshbaugh Bonnlo Lou Granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Castor that Army Bandl Beasty By lrne That Army Band sure rs wonderfull I Phu Bonnie was In Chorus 51 Patron Staff Cross 52 Flowers Donald leo Son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Flowers I tackle things as they come Beasty By lrne Watchrng those two legged frgues fWatch your frgure Nan Nan Bubbles was n r c 51 5 e serve Football 51 Varsrty ootball 52 Intra mural Basketball 51 52 Francrs, Estell Marlo Daughter of Mr and Mrs H M Francrs Enloyrng 1 e Beasty By lrne Srlence would be he death of mel IH: .lanetj Pe rl was rn Band 51 5 53 Chorus 51 Gamble Ronald Wrllram Son of Mr Wnllram Gam e Homework rs such funl Beasty By llne lust love those teachers who gave me homework Ronnre was rn Band 52 53 Room Agent 51 e - li : " ' se i l , o ' ." 1 b d ' 5 ' 1 bl rf' , '51, ' 2, ' 7 '5l: li '52, '53: '51, '52, ' I Y-T ' , '52, '51 '51, ' 2, '53. . l . - I ' V ' is I in Ili ' H t." 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' 1 ' Gibson, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Vernon Glbson All have theur favorltes Beasty By lane A l boys ex cept Jum Gabby was un Y Teens 51 Gllham, Harry Eugene n of Mr and rs Charles W Gllham Men of few words are the best Beasty By lune Mr Hale and Mr Duck erson Greech was In Intramural Basketball 52 53 Speedball 51 Span ash Club 53 Gooden, Opal Roberta Daughter of Mr Wullls Gooden It us be ter o be snlent than wrong Beasty By lane Boys who talk about women druvers cats and band Ople w s un Band 51 52 53 ltbrarlan 52 53 Volley b 2 Goss Kelly Edwln n of Mr and rs Ralph Goss s s fruendly nature that wins s fruends for lm Beasty Bylune Make The one an assembly the one at WCLT and the one l see every night e ly was an College Club 53 Class offlcer pres: dent 52 Key Club 52 53 Mustc pprecnatuon 52 Radio Club 52 Student Council 52 53 president 53 Varsuty De e 51 52 Gray .lo Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs M E ray If at st you dont succeed try try agam Beasty Bylme Oh those lost weekends wuth Tonyl Want a coke Chrusue9 Flops Jo was nn YTeens 51 52 53 vuce presldent 51 Gross, Kathryn Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs E H Gr s ap pmess s not complete unless Its shared with someone Beasty me O those out of town football games lHl Hughj Kltty was rn Chorus 51 YTeens 51 Gilbert, Gary Clark Son of Mrs Martha Gul bert Whats In a name? Beasty By lune People who call you names Bud Junior D o c Gary was an Dustrnbutuve Educa tuon 53 Goldsmith, Mary Frances Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Goldsmith A thang of beauty IS a loy for ever Beasty By lane Laugh and the world laughs wuth you Cry and you cry alone Goldie was In Business Staff 52 53 Journallsm Staff 53 Y Teens 51 Basketball 52 53 Volley a Gordon, lols Marlo Daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond R Gordon Her voice was soft gentle and ow an excellent thung In women Beasty Byline Remember the band bus Peg? Much un ovs a s Band 51 52 53 Chorus 51 YTeens 51 Graft Jerry Lee Son of Mr and Mrs G L Graft Happy go lucky fancy tree Noth :ng there rs that bothers m Beasty By me Study hall teachers l spector was In Sclence Club 52 Reserve Football 51 Varsity Football 52 C 52 Gregg Barbara loy Daughter of Mr and Mrs C E Gregg e was short an stature but made nt up In pep Beasty By me I m Pmleylung for that day arb was In Baseball 51 as etball 51 o eyball 51 52 Athletnc Councul 51 52 53 YTeens 51 Grove Donald lewls Son of Dr and Mrs Paul C Grove Has mmd h s kungdom and has wall has aw Beasty By :ne Dont get In such a ur r l KH: Dovue1 BUZZ was In Key Club 52 53 Muslc Apprecnatuon 5 52 53 Track Manager 52 Varsnty Football Man ager 52 Sphinx 53 . '11 ' , 11 1' - 11 . - '11 -1 , 11 - 1 l - - . ,, ,, . ,1 - 11 11 11 , ' , .' . . ' . So . M . . . . , 11 - K 11 - 11 I ' . " , ' . ,, ' - - 11 2 ll ll ll . ' ' I I ll ll ' rl - 1 I , ' I . . I 1 I I I I 51, , 1 b ll 1 51. . 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Halblaub, Charles Francns Handley, Nancy Carolyn n of Mr and rs K E Halbaub Lute IS no longer If I hurry e world IS not better I worry Beasty By me Why worry about morrow Happy was In Sales Organlzatlon Hanes, Janet Delphme Daughter of Mr and Mrs au Hanes e greatest truths are he greatest B a s t y y me Hey gurls do you k now bulldnngs have wmgs'P F I o p s Delly was rn Y Teens 5 Hams James Howard on of Mr and rs Verne Harrus N e v e r known to be actually out sorts Beasty By me J Ha unruly halr Hiram was In Sohlnx 53 Music Apprecuatuon 53 Harris Richard Benlamm S n of Mr B C Ha rs A rught lolly old chap Beasty Bylme Taking en s In Band 53 Masque an Gavel 51 2 Daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles A Handley very merry mnss rs she Beasty By line Laugh an uve bu learn Name was In Band 51 52 53 Business aff YTeens Harmon, Gerelcllne Ruth Daughter of Mr and Mrs Iv n C Harmon e greets everyone with smnle Beasty By me Waltung for he mal f r o m Calrfornla Kennyl Jerry was In YTeens 51 tuonal Honor Socuety Hams, Peggy .Ioan Daughter of Mr Wllluam J Harrls She puts her troubles ID a box and snts c the ld Beasty By me People who think thenr troubles are worse t h a n ot ers Josue was a Room Agent 52 Hart, Nancy Janet Daughter of Mr and Mrs ar Calrfornua Here I Come Beasty By lune The mzles be tween here and Callfornua G e n e Splke w s In Band 51 52 3 Y Teens 51 52 3 Hendruckson, Jo Anne .HI Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Burris You can only make others good by beung good yourself Beasty By lane Reform :ng other peoples bad a nts H Nancy J was an Cheer Lead er 51 Baseball 51 53 Basketball 51 53 Volleyball 51 53 Athletrc Councul 52 53 Room Agent YTeens 51 52 Hensley, Darrell Gene n of Mr and rs Boyd Hensley What we know of htm us good Beasty Bylme Thungs are sure dlfferent here Darrell was Dyersburg Hlgh School aroc Club 51 2 ology Club 51 QQA Henry, George omas Son of John Howard and Ne Ire Id Henry Never e H ml Beasty By Itne I have nothing to say Tom was In Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Basketball 51 5 Key Club 2 IS trubutlve Educatlon 53 Room Agent 51 Speedball 51 Hess, Delores Dee Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Hess Wont b long nowl Beasty By une I have wan ed Mr-ante d ys but l wlll soon be rich wath Jack for the rest of my ltfe Dee dle was In Band 52 53 Malorette 51 52 Head Mayorette 53 Chorus 51 Future Homemaker 51 Basket ball 53 Dnstnbutlve Edu catron 52 YTeens 51 So . M . . . . . l : " ' ' , 5 "A ' 5 th ' ' ," ' 'f I - ' : " ," -I' : d l' , t ." ,, I I ,, - ,, - , Ill ll ll O 4 I I I - I A ' A '51, '53, - '51. - - a . : "Sh P l H. : "Th ' ,3 7 ' ." -I' z I III,, g B I ,, . . I .I ' I I . 1 ,, 3, IHI' ,,- ',, llll' . l'H ' - I ' , '521 NB- ' ' ' '53. '51, ' 2, '53. . I I S . M . - - : ' - I 1, l of - n i ,, I l' : "Mr. . R. le's . ,, ' - - ,, ,, - ,, 1 . ' I I A I ' : ' h I,, ,, - ,, . , . I . . . 0 . . . r l : ,, - - ,, . I I- . . ,, .' R. E. H It " - . ,, care of Galen." "Little I. I ,, ' A I B " wa ' '51, ' - - '52, ' 7 , , ,, - 2 I I5 d ,Hu JI, , . - a - , I , I ,5 I I , I , I ,5 I l l ' e 1 " 4 ,, be lat . ' " I I I,, ,, ,, I . I h b' . l E, I." , ' ,, ,, - , fu ','52, '?f. 5519'- , I , I ,52I p ' : ' , '52, , , ' ,522 , I . - ,SL . , I , I ,5-II I , , I So . M . fu U ' e 7 - I' I " 'I ,- . ff r ' i ' ' 5 , ' r I rt ' ' ' ' H H , ln' al U 1 u - ' D ' I '5 , gil 151, I' , ' z 51, 52. , f, t , I . . ' . I ' ll I Hldeg louis Donald on of Mrs and rs Louls Hldeg Work for e nl ht comlng Work to he near Beasty By lme :me sleep on Louve was nn Intramural Basketball 53 Reserve Football Speedball 51 Track 51 Hsvnor Robert Keuth Son of Mr Charles nv nor There s more t Iufe than gust worklng Beasty By line Home w o r k on week ends Bo w s In Band 52 53 Intramural Basketball V r s I t y Base a Manager 51 Holmes Jack Phulnp Son of the late Archne an Evelyn H o I m e s Everyone has to go to school Beasty By lnne My opposite sex over 5 and that ng brlck bulldmg on West Mann Street IN H Sl Shorty was un Band 51 52 53 Symphonette 52 53 Dlstrnbutnve Educatuon Hotchluss Beatrlce Ann Lee Hotchklss She was as good as goodness ts Beasty Byllne People who call me coldsmooch H ml Bea was In an 51 5 53 ase 52 53 Bas et 52 53 Vo e a Teens 51 5 3 Hunt, John Robert Son of Mr and Mrs John W unt Give Fave Mmutes M o r e Beasty By llne Ire e Bo was cuence Club 51 V Jacobs, Wendell Allen ll n of Mr and rs W A Jaco s There are small things whlch yield a mughty Influence Beasty Byline 1 my women short l Caroll a e w s o ege Club 53 Stanton Mulutary Academy Intramural Baseball 52 Intramural Basketball 52 Reserve Football 52 Sphunx 53 Varslty Base b 3 Htndman, Hugh Gordon n of M and rs C M Hlndman Why do they last so ong2 Beasty By lnne La t e band practnces IH Ku Hugh was an 51 52 Holler Russell Jr Son of Mr and Mrs Rus se u d Chevues around telephone poles Beasty Bylme Basketball Buck was n Intramural Basketball Horky Paul Rlchard on of M an Mrs Paul Horky Gods gift to women Beasty By me My vltamlns dur mg basketball Duck w s In H Y treasurer 53 Key Club 52 53 Speedball Track 52 serve Basketball 51 Var stty Basketball 52 Varsity Football 53 Hull James David Harrlett Hull Newark ln general Beasty By llne Newark Dave w s ln Band 51 52 3 Chorus 51 Reserve Bas ket all 51 Jacobs larry lnnwood n of Mr and rs Muchael Jacobs The be gnnnlng of another week Beasty Bylune Monday Mormngs Jake was 5 ntra mural Basketball 52 53 Reserve Basketball Reserve Football 51 Var stty Football 52 53 Jenkms, Mary Darlene Daughter of Mr and Mrs lewls T Jenkins We all hav our troubles Beas ty By l ne School and good duck huntlng weath er commg on the same ay w s m Camera Club 52 YTeens S . M . So A r. M . th 'g J is ' . l I J l -U r t day is A ' : " ," - ' : ' . i, 't- ,,NO ,. ,O '11 N111 11 11 in 11D 11 O' 11 - 11 - B d 1 I 1 I 153' 'sn ,, ', H-' ll Davl' Holler: : 4 o 11 - 11 b11 B . 1 'Y 353' '51l 11 ' b ll I 1 1 I ' ' S r. d D . d : il ." -' : ll 1 H l I . 1 11. 2 11. bt, a ' 5- H521 '51 - , '1'3 ' 'SL 1, 11 - 1 I '52i ' I '53i Re. 1 E .f. . . f . 1 I' 153: '53, ' ' - Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Son of Mr. Fred and Mrs. - 1' 1 a ' - 1' , 1 I 15 : K E' Ji .11 11 11 - 1 I . B d ' , ' 2, ' 5 B - b ' . ball '51, ' , ' 7 k - ball '51, ' , ' 7 ll ya b Il '51, '52, '53, Y- ' , ' 2, '5 . , . . I So . M . . H 1 " ' Me 4 , ' ,f 2-H' b 1 , in Hi-Y '52, '31 I - 52' ' 'srl So . M . . . b : " , I -' 1 "I Ike 2 vi , 11 ' ' . Hi, , ' , ." "J k " a in ' C ll ,A ' - A' d "D. J." a ' f 5 '5t. all '5 . Jenkins Ruth Jean Johnson Amy Jeanette Daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh D Jenklns Who has tlme for homework2 Beasty By lne Those lon French lessons Ru was ln Band 52 o r u s enalssance 52 ens 51 52 Johnson, Dwight n of Mr and Mrs Johnson Always ready for a good tlme Beasty By llne H e y Bedroom Eyes' Rabblt on the trackl fMernber of A U y w s College Club 53 German Cu 53 treasurer 3 l Ke Club Masque and Gavel 52 Muslc Appreclatlon 5 Radlo Club 53 tu dent Councll 2 Varslty Debate 51 53 Cor-temporary Hlstory Cu 53 presldent 3 Netlonal Thesplan clety 53 Jones Nancy Ellzabeth Daughter of Mr and Mrs O B Laughery They re so nlce to have around the house Beasty By ne My steadles and lH Mar Hl Jer Nannle was In Dlstrlbu tlve Educatlon 53 Kappes Joseph Allan S n of Mr and Mrs J B Kappes S l o w and easy but he gets there lust the same Beasty By llne IX hours weeks a month 9 months a year 12 years equals 12960 hours of school ours a nlg homework equals 5400 hours of homework 18 360 hours and all I have how for t ploma lMember of A U1 oe was Annua sta 52 53 asslstant ltor 53 H Y 52 Intramural Basketball 51 Key Clu 53 Room Agent 53 Stu dent Councll 52 Sohlnx 5 Reserve Football Manager Reserve Basketball Manager 51 Debate 51 Keenan Paul lewls rl ot' and Mrs Charles Keenan Noth lng ls as bad as lt seems to e Beasty By llne School Patrlck was ln German Club 53 Koman, Wnlllam Robert on of Mrs He en Komen Worry made men great Why should I worry? Beasty By llne Everythlng n general no mg part cular Bones Daughter ot Mr and Mrs F O Halbert Go about your buslness wlth smlle and you ll succeed Beasty Byllne People who dont smile Amy was ln Chorus Jones, Marlene Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Orvllle E Jones Punc lty I5 a good tral Beasty By llne Slow and late the two words l most hate ll'll Fo sl Mardy was ln YTeens Jones Robert Arthur n of and rs Arthur Jones e IS VICIOUS clrcle Beasty By llne Thlngs ln gen era B w s ln ln muralBaseball Varslty Baseball 53 Keaser Mary Alles Daughter of Mr and Mrs Eddle W Keaser Never mlnd what others say but hat you t nk s rlght Beasty By llne When others are wrong lll always be lWlrlght Susle as ln Chorus 51 Baseball Basketball 51 5 V eyball 51 52 3 Knrk Rlchard Thomas Son of Mr and Mrs H M lrk When IS the 315 bell golrlg to rlng2 Beasty By llne Seven perlods a day Tom cat was ln Varsity Base 5 5? 53 Reserve Football 51 Varslty Foot b 52 53 Varslty as ket all 52 Lambert, Shlrley Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs P K Anderson Shes a q let glrl at tlmes Beasty By llne Week e s general much o o m 2 Gang and Flopsl Shlr was ln Junlor Red Cross 52 53 vlce presl dent 53 Natlonal Honor Soclety 53 9 I . I ., ,, ,ha - l I . . 1, '53p C h '51p La .lo" ' '51. R ' ' , '53p Y- Te ' , ' , '53. So . . D. AI I ,. I . .l." "Ab " a in ' - .2 " I ' 7 tualt ' 't." l ls ' , '5 , -' : " H'-Y '53, y '53p , I ' l . I, I D -" . . , ,52I ., ,, I I ' 3, ' ' l S - '51- ' '5 , '53p ' ' ,I '52, l 'lj ' , ' '5 , I . . SOI So Mr. M . 5 Q .. ,' l "Lit ' s II II I - 'IIN Dbl, I3 - I : . . ,, '52y 1. lI, II yy I , I ryl, lla V I 1 I O . . . -' 1 Hs' ' a . , ' day, 5 days a week, 4 21,5 h ' ht ol do vyI hi 'I 5 to s I I i is a di: H 'H ,gk f52I l53? "J " in I ' , ' 2, '53: ff 1 I f I - oll ' , ' , '5 . ed' ' 5 i- ' , '53p '52, '53p ls '52l I III , . I . '515 r I l . K' : " ' so ,WI I ball f l, ' , ' ,I V .. ' all','lp 'B- b I - I b ' . 5 . l L. I I " . ' . l . ,l nd in ' - ,I 'll H 'H ' - funl lz 45: lm, I I I In ,, - lr, ,51I , I , I - I -I Lange, William Emil n of M and rs Edgar Lange Sr Mis chievous and m e r Beasty By line Gentle men prefer Blonds IH: N S Powerhouse was in lntramural Baseball 53 Intramural Basketball 5 3 Lawrence Paul Lester Son of Mr and Mrs B Lawrence I time is by definition murder it Beasty By ine Waiting to see M ss E T Larry was in American Folk Music u b Intramural as etball 51 52 Spanish Club 53 pres: dent 53 Leighton, Elizabeth Anno Daughter of Mrs Getreu Time stops for no one Beasty By me Slow pokes IH: Myrtl Betty w s Junior Red Cross 51 52 pres: dent 52 53 Sales Or ganizatlon 52 National Honor Society 53 lewis Wilma Kathryn Daughter of Mr and Mrs James R Lewis Quiet sweet without conceit Beasty By line People who call me Pinky IH: Dot Wilma w s in Junior Red Cross Lilly Robert Burnside Son of Mr and Mrs R . ' 1 Be not simply good but good for some- thing. Beasty By-line: Schultz ls Dead. ob was in Sphinx 53. List, Arthur David Son of Mr. and Mrs. . D. 't: "It matters not how long we live but how." Beasty By-line: "Ugly Democrats and pretty blue-eyed blonds." "Art" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53p Var- sity Debate '51, '52, '53y Sphinx '53. Langland, lots Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Langland erything has some value asty By ine Little Sisters Shorty was in Chorus 51 College Club 53 Library Assistants 5 53 YTeens 51 53 Spanish Club .lunuor Red Cross 52 Room Agent 53 leldy Thomas Ross Son of Mr and Mrs D C Leidy The more you practice what you know the more shall you know what to practice Beasty Byline Statistics show that more than one mil lion women in America are overweight These are of course round figures Tom was H 52 53 Intramural Basketball 51 La Renals sance 52 53 Music Ap preclatlon Junior Red Cross 51 52 Sales Orgamzaton 52 lescalleet, Harvey William on of M and rs Harvey E Lescalleet gent eman m a k e s 0 noise Beasty Byline Folks who dont go to church was Chorus 53 Cross Country 52 53 Intramural Bas ke all 52 53 Speed 51 lightle, Francis Willard Son of Mr and Mrs E G Huffman Each has his own secrets Beasty By me ong have cherished the thought but never have dared to re vea it Frank was In Intramural Basketball 51 5 3 Llndrooth Charles Donald Son of Mr and Mrs C D Lindrooth: Ri e m cowboy! Beasty By-line: 'Homework and Beep-Bop Music. e w s ' Room Agents 51' Science Club 51 52 53- treasur- er 53- American Folk Mu- sic Club 53 president 53' La Renaissance 52 g Sphinx 53. Lomas, Alfred Milton Son of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Emma Lomas: " ust roddin' along." Beasty By - line: "People that don't appreciate a good rod or custom car." "Al" was in Distributive Educa- tion '53, reporter '53p Clutch Artists Club '52, vice-president '52. 1 1 l ...Q 4 asa ...gn- Long Nancllou Loughman Jacqueline lou Daughter of Mr and Mrs reer L L o n things come to an end Beasty By llne l m g ad o er bu I o e BOBinup and clown the HALLS G a n g Nancie was In Chorus 53 sccretar Baseball 51 as etball 51 o eyball 51 Distributive Education Room Agent 51 Y Teen 51 52 53 Junior Re Cross 51 Lucas Carolyn Bea Daughter of Mr and Mrs D tn Lucas Quiet but t 0 qui friend Beasty By line ople who ask m t bleach my hair Carol was In Band 51 5 Contemporary H to ub 53 College u 53 Music Appreciation Y Teens 1 Mann Richard lee on of Mr nd rs E Mann An hour and a long time Beasty By llne Rectta tion in chemistry c ss lHi Snuffj Dick was in American Folk Music Club 53 Science Club 53 Markle .lo Ann Marie Daughter of Mr and Mrs James F Markle Flirta tion I5 attention without intention Beasty By line ting up at sux Saturday morning lOne of the Klanj Jo was in Business Staff 51 53 C orus 51 Baseball 51 a etball o eyball 51 Music Appreciation 53 Y Teens McC1eary, Donna Jayn Daughter of Mr and Mrs J S McCle ry Ready to work ready to play ready to help whenever she may Beasty By line Not being able to Bob around town because ol certain rules lOne of the Klan1 Donny was College Club 53 secretary 53 Future Teachers 53 Basketball 51 Volleyball 51 52 Room Agent 51 Spanish Club 53 Student ouncil 51 eens 51 52 History Convention 52 53 N tron Honor Society 53 Mclntosh, Helen May Daughter ot Mr and Mrs S F Mclntosh Always late but she gets tere gust the same Beasty - i 1 "Gosh! theres anything I cant stand its someone who is aways late. O no 'Mac was in Business Staff '52g Cheer Leaders '52, '53p Contest Speaking '537 Basketball '52, '537 Volleyball '52, '53p Radio Club '53p Y-Teens '51, '52. Daughter of Mrs mo q e n e Loughman ambitrou young girl with napping eyes Beasty By line There may be lots of runners but there s only one Walker for me ne t e K an Jacki w a s in C eer ea ers 51 52 53 o e all 51 5 53 tu dent Council 51 YTeens 51 Sphinx 53 National Honor Society 51 Maddux Shirley Erleen Daughter of Mr and Mrs H B Madclux My hap puness s not compete without you Beasty By ne Love ls a Go d a it Live East Snooks was In Journal :sm Stall 53 Library As ststants 51 52 Stu ent ouncil 51 Y Teens 52 53 service chairman 51 president 52 53 Markham Thomas Rlchard Son of Mr and Mrs Carl R Markham Sprechen Sie Deutsch Beasty By me Crooked cues and tilted tables Tom was in German Club lntramural Basketball 51 Sphrnx 53 Matz Vrrglnla Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Matz Far Away Places Beasty By line Those days without a let te LH: arlj Jimmie w s in Baseball 51 Basketball 51 Volleyball 52 53 YTeens McDonald Norma Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil McDonald e lovely she s engaged Beasty B e Force Regulation BennyD Norma was in an 51 53 Ban ouncil 51 52 53 a lorette 51 52 53 Head Maiorette 53 Chorus 51 52 Council 52 Vol ey Mclaughlm Geraldine Daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred McLaughlin Dont worryy 't makes deep wrinkles. ' Beasty - ine: The time between now and June, ll-li,Joe1. ' "Jerry.' McRee Manetta Daughter of Mr and Mrs W T McRee Stars do no shout ey o y shtne Beasty By l1ne Be ter L ve I New Ef ort Dover w s 1n Busmess Staff 51 52 53 ball 52 Bas et a 52 Volley a Y Teens 5 publncuty chanrman Messlck Charlene Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs C L Mess ck A mo est manner becomes a ma1d Beasty By lune Those wond rful summers Lakesude Klds Messle w s Chorus 51 Patron Staff eens 5 Mlller Nancy Carol Daught r of Mr C rl M11 er can t e lucky Beasty 1 People who want m autograph but forget to a for nt IH1 Sally an Pat Nan was 5 53 Basket a 5 53 Volley a 5 53 Y Teens 5 3 Muller Shrrley Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs W ter L M1 er IVE and learn Beasty By ne Everythung gen eral noth1ng 1n partlcular S ag was In Baseball 5 Basket a 52 Volleyball 51 Muslc Apprecratton 51 Raduo Clu 52 YTeens 51 Moore, Carl Francus Son of Mr and Mrs John C Moore M n of ew words are the es Beasty By lrne These Sophomores Moses was un Intramural Base a 5 ln ra mural Basketball 52 53 Morgan Gerald Lewls Son of N'r and Mrs E Morga Out of m way' Beasty B une People meet muddle o e street Gary was ID D1S1TlbU tnve Educatron 53 Jumor e Cross 51 Meloy Shurley Arlene Daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Meloy A blond hatred lass wlth plenty of class Beasty Byllne My happlness would not complete unless l shared ut w1th someone lH1 onl Shurley was 1n aseball 51 5 as etball 5 o eyball 5 Dnstrlbutlve Educatlon 53 eens 51 Muller Mary Kathleen Daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Muller Let s be gay whrle we may Beasty By lme Those lK1ddsl who never grow p Katy was rn YTeens Mller Nancy Jane Daughter of Mr Robert B M1ller Whats m ne IS mme Beasty By l1ne The borrowing of my p e r s o n al belonglngs Nancy was un Chorus 52 53 Radlo u Moore Bert C Son of Mrs Connte Wat son The secret way not to fall IS to determlne to succeed Beasty By l1ne Newark Hugh School faculty and students Bert was Cross Country Renarssance 51 52 Con temporary Hlstory Club 53 Sphrnx 53 Moore, Rlchard Franklrn Son of Mr and Mrs Ralph M o o r e Opportumty knocks but once Beasty By lnne Cars that run out of gas Duck was 5 Sphinx 53 Mornson Robert James Son of Mrs W A Mor rlson Every man colurne 11 you know how to read Beasty B me Grs that walk slow B ll Shakespeare Curly was rn Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural as etball 52 53 serve Basketball 51 Room Agent 51 Varstty Base ball 52 53 Vars1ty Foot 1 ' , th ,nl ' " V ,, Y' i n 1 ., ' , ' , ,, ,, a . be Base '51, ' ', 'k 1 ', D " ' " ' 1, ll '51, ' , 15 Il - B 1 , 12, '53, '51, '52f - '51, '52: B k ' 1, '52, '53, '3, " ' v ll ' 1, '52, '53p ,Sal . . . . , I y.1 ' , '52. . . 1 1 " a l - , ff 'I A 2 E I at ' l U , Q - 1111, ' 11' H 11 - . 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Bk 7, f , Re. ball '51,, '55, ' Morrow, Sue Ellen Daughter of Mr and Mrs George Morrow Really sharp really keen Susie Morrow s who we mean Beasty By Inne No men money no troubles w o doesnt luke ou bles'9 Susie w s an o eyball 51 52 us: ness Staff 51 as ket all 52 Ra so lub 52 Contemporary Hts tory Club 53 Nalrn Richard Caleb on of M an Mrs Fred Werner A man of Inches but every Inch man Beasty By Ilne Democrats lant was In Science u 51 Spamsh u 53 Contemporary Hlstory Club 53 Nelson Dons Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs H Nes n A wan In way e n s I I e glr worth w I9 a sty By In e world as no better If we worry and lute no long er If we hurry lOne of the Klanl Dorls was In Busmess Staff 53 Col lege Club 53 Volleyball 53 Y Teens 53 Patron s Staff 52 At Osh osh Wlsconsun Alpha Kappa 51 52 Junuor Masque 51 Regalls Ordo Romull 52 Junnor Hnstortcal So cley 52 Glee Club 51 Offrcers secretary 51 Nesblt Ruth Evelyn Daughter of Mr and Mrs R o y Nesbut Golden qualltles attract lastmg trlendshlp Beasty By lme You take your snde of lufe but leave to m Wrn su e Ruthue was In Chorus Baseball as etball 51 52 o e all 51 Offenberger Patsy Daughter of Mr and Mrs L D Offenberger And what ls so rare as a day June? Beasty By une a long tl tu une IH Eddoe Pat was In Baseball 51 Basketball 51 o eyball 51 as trnbutnve Educatuon 53 Parnll, Jerry Eugene on of Mr and rs Har ey Parrlll Ju st plaun nuce Beasty By :ne Mrs G r e g g Re burd w s sn n ra mural Basketball Spamsh Club 52 53 Mummey Donna Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs L M u m m e friendly gurl with many fruends Beasty By lme Where theres a Wllllsl theres a way Especlally wut love IH: on Donna was In Chorus B eball 51 52 as etball 51 2 o eyball I Dustrlbutlve Educatlon Neff Robert Roy Son of Mr and Mrs Clyde Neff He knows what us what Beasty By llne Its been eleven ong months I hope It to be longer I B a r In s In HIY 53 Intramural Basketball 51 Speedball 52 Varsity Football Manager 51 Drstrlbutlve Educatlon 53 vlce presxdent 53 Nelson, Jack Edward n of M and rs Edward Nelson Llttle Jack Beasty By lune Have you nohced he rung on the left hand fm ger'? Gorbo w s IH Intramural Baseball Intramural Basketball 51 Dlstrlbutlve Education 53 Reserve Football 51 Null Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Null As neat Beasty me Each Argument IS Rapld Paraduse lOne of e K I a Shirley was In College Club 53 Baseball 51 Basketball 5 52 Volley all 53 YTeens 51 publlclty 52 Oxley, Lydia Mae Daughter of Mr and Mrs P Oxley tron mav not always brung happiness but there no happrness without ac tton Beasty By lane Goss b lm go g mass e gn t e slumber parties and the Y next yearl lOne of e Kan Mlcke was In Busmess Staff 51 52 53 College Club 53 Vo leyball brary Asslstants 51 Muslc Appreciation vlce president 53 Patron ta 52 53 YTeens 51 52 Natlonal Honor Socrety 53 Parrlll vlfglflli Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Parr: Good humor makes all things tolerable Beasty me Educated lunkmen IH ml Natche was an Chorus 51 1 ff j H1 . I j yt 1114 no 1 , I ' . ' h ' ' tr - ' h . 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II: - - '51, '52g , - 1 1 ' .' By- ' I' : " ' . I' Ji .11 11 11 Patterson, Marlene PINOYSOH, PIUY Am' Vrrgmla Daughter of Mr and Mrs E Patterson brown eyed url wa h plenty of pep and one who tn the band does step Beasty By Ime may be wrong but l thunk lrfes wonderful Marny was an Band 51 52 53 Band Councul 52 53 Symphonette 52 53 Malorette 52 53 Music Ap recnatlon 51 52 Y Teens 51 52 53 ase a 53 Basketball 5 3 Plants Paul John Wilson, Son of Mr and Mrs Paul J W Pants t I5 we to thunk well rt ns devrne to act well Beasty By me Women' Who rn vented such creatures? Pete was In lntrarnural Baseball 51 Intramural Basketball 51 Sphmx 53 Prlce Dale Gordon Son of Mr and Mrs Roy E Prrce I never put off tlll tomorrow what I can possubly do the day aft Beasty By Ime ove thls school' Love lt ove love Dae was In Dnstrnbutrve Educa tion Pnor, Gerald Ash craft Son of Mr and Mrs John F Prlor Student teachers ll-ley Bob lm not sure about that Gary w s In College Club 53 HIY 53 Journalrsm Staff 52 53 Key Club 53 Raduo Club Scuence Club presrdent 53 Track Man a r 51 52 Amerlcan Folk Music Club 53 Na tlonal Honor Socrety 53 treasurer 53 Rader, Joan Thomson Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clark Rader Never get unto a flurry for rt never pays to worry Beasty Bylme Early to bed early to use makes me sleepy w s n usnness Staff 51 College Club 53 Baseball 53 Basketball 53 Volleyball 1 2 53 Contemporary Hnstory Club 53 Journal :sm Staff 52 53 Student Councnl 53 YTeens 51 53 Sphlnx 53 Rector, Marlene Vyonne Daughter of Mrs Ernest Rector l have enloyed th happmess f the world I have lrved and loved Beasty By Ime People talking back wards and not beung able to understand them' Huh Red? Marny was rn and 51 52 53 Ban Councul 52 53 lrbrartan 5 Baseball Baskeroall 53 Volleyball YTeens 51 52 Daughter of Mr and Mrs L W Patterson Have you ever been rn New Or eans9 If not you d better go Beasty By me Upon our eet lets put the sheet lOne o the K anl Peter 51 e was n Busuness ta 51 5 ol lege Club 53 Contest Speakmg 53 German Clu 53 Baseball Bas etball 51 2 o eyball Patron Saff 52 Sp mx 53 Y Teens 51 Powell Kay Dorene Daughter of Mr Nelson H Powell There nothmg luke fun rs there2 Beasty Bylme People who do nothmg but rude around the S q u a r e Happy was In Camera u 51 52 vlce pres: dent 52 YTeens 51 52 53 vuce president Junuor Red Cross 51 Pnce Patsy Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter S Prnce Choose always the way that seems the best Beast By llne T h at wonder ul lJrm1 class IH: m Bookle was In Camera Club 51 52 secretary 52 YTeens 52 53 Juntor e Cross 51 vuce presrdent Son of Mr and Mrs B Pryor The real c aracter of a man found out by has amuse ments Beasty Bylme Heres to women he frnest work of the great Au or the edu lon large and no man should b wrthout copy Gus was rn Co e e u 53 5 Intramural Basketball 52 ey ub 5 vice presldent 53 Student ouncul 1 Speedball 51 5 3 Reserve Basketball Varsrty Basketball Manager 5 3 Ramsey lols Janet Daughter of Mr and Mrs James Amos Tas only no e b goo Beasty Bylme People who wont argue wlth me IH D1 kl Jean was rn horus 51 5 3 1 rarran 51 5 Rector, Royal Glenn n of Mr Floyd ay Rector M o s t people u ge o hers b e company they keep by thenr fortune Beasty By Ime People ure ba C. . l 1 IHA I ' 1 - 9 ' ' 1, ' I - l' : " f -' fI"' f I 11 I . , ' 19" 5 ' 11 1, A 1 S ff ' , '52, ' 3, C - 1 1 I A 1 ' ' 5 1 f ' 1 1 f ' ' : 5 1 1 I ' -' b ' ', '51, p - - '1 '1 I I k ' , '5 , '53, 1 1 1' I 6 I V ll 1 '51, '52, '53, b H 1 I 15-II I I t ' , 353, ' 2, 5 . , " f ' I 52. 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I 11 ' - So I , J e , -0 1 a ' 1 y th 21 I - , or 11 ' r ' ' 1" I ' I- I 11 I11 11F- I I ll." ll ll ll 'I B ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 Cl '52, ' 3: '53s ' 1 '53, - ' , ' , '53, Redman Glenn Ollver Rees Phlllp lawrence on of and Mrs Charles R Redman erythmg that has a begm nlng comes to an en Beasty By lIne Oh those short vacatronsl Re s In V I C 5 Relchley Marlene Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Relctley A happy osItIon Is a gf nature Beasty Byllne I you should have heard l mean you should ve n Oh ktd ou should have been there' lOne of the Klanl Mar ene was Bustness t 51 5 53 C eer e rs 53 o le e Club 53 treasurer 53 German Club Baseball 5 as etball 51 o eyball 51 Muslc Appreclatuon 52 53 Patron Staff 53 Student Councul eens 51 5 Hon Socu Sphlnx 53 Rlclxard ChrI tme Anne Daughter of Mr and Mrs A S RIc ard Genxus IS y g r e a t patlen Beasty By llne It IS et ter to have loved and lost than never to have loved C rIs was In Buslness f 51 53 er man Club 53 vIce pres: dent 53 Ltbrary AISSIST ants 51 MusIc Apprecua Ion 51 52 Sphlnx Natuonal Honor Soclety Rlchmond Dlane Mary Daughter of Mr and Mrs R T Rtchmond T s cheap Beasty By llne People who stand In the dle f he h l an talk to a long lost frlend they havent seen for 10 mmutes was Volleyball 52 Ine Daniel lee n of and rs Ormond RIne The grey eyed morn smnles on the trowmng nIght Beasty By lIne Monday morn Ing blues Dan was Intramural Basketball 5 Roberts Delores Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Roberts A art temper never mellows wlth age Beasty B ne Boys who call m Bleachue Temper was orus Room Agent 52 on of and Mrs W Iam M ees thIngs now held to be old were once new Beasty By lIne The creakey ors In the old bul In Fancy Pants was In Busmess Staff 53 Col e Club 53 HI Y Rhoads Charles Eugene, n of Mr Char es Rhoads W o r r y made men great so why should I worry? Beasty By lIne The worry that comes to me when l can get my Model A started C arley w s In DIstrI bctlve Educatuon 53 Rtchardson Carole Jane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter RIchardson wtth worth whule Beasty By me We lIve and learn we are Iuvung but are we le-arnlng9 lOne of he Klan Carole was In Busmess Staff 51 5 College Club as etball 51 o eyball 51 Mustc ApprecIatIon YTeens 51 52 Spanlsh Club 53 vIce presldent Rtley Donald lee on of and rs Herbert G Rlley A man of few words Beasty Byltne Snow on h day ot a football game Don was German Club 53 oresIdent 53 Intramural Basketball 51 52 53 Varsuty Football 53 Sbhlnx 53 Roberts DavId Leland Son ot Mr and Mrs Bur rell Roberts Skatmg Is un easty B I e Olde MIII Club on Sun a I Dave was In Puslness Staff 51 52 busmess manager 52 Room Agent 51 aes Or anIzatIon 51 52 5 Roberts, James Harold on of and rs Harold E Roberts Dread ful Indeed are the feuds of relat ves and dIllICUlT the reconcullatnon Beasty B I e Certaln cous In I Im was Co lege Club 53 Cross ountry 53 H Journalxsrn St ff 53 Sc ence Club 53 Amerlcan Folk Muslc Club 53 sec retary 53 Sphtnx 53 At Alarnorgordo New Mext Track 51 Tumb In 51 Varsnty Baseball 51 Varslty Football 51 52 S Mr. . S Mr. I . : "Ev- ill' . R : "AIl . da: I .II ' . ' dn Ho 'A 'ld' wa ' ,. ,'51, ' 2, '53, 91" A" " leg ' : '52: ' I '53. . 3 I 'II ' disp ' ' ' it of HKU! , - . ha see - ' , y JI'- H Q So . I E. I " in ' I Sf-1 " Stat ' , ' 2, ' 7 h A 7 l ado '51, '52, ' 5 C l- - -H 9 , I 4 5 I II I I I53: I1 ' 1, '52, '53g -" B k ' , '52, 53, " h " a ' ' '- v ll ' , '52, '53: ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' '51, , I I F I52! I I , - I53I YFT ' , ' 2, '53y Na- ' tional or ety '53: , A V : "A ' V '5 ' girl ' a smile, a girl . I I I ff 1 5 . . ' h : " ' ' l ' Onl V Cer' It A II II 1- -, : II . b h 54 A I I ,521 ' 31 , '53, at ?all,IlHi, .lo and Flopslf' gasiball '51, I 'ggi' sI','52I'IG- V11 'I'52I'53r ra I I I - 4- . . . ,537 1- I I V' I 7 - I53E '53, '53, 1 - - S Mr. M . . , ' 1' " alk il A f H 1 ,I ' .' 1 " " ln ' mia O I al d ' f Q I . 'II IIDIII in ' .g A ' ' . R' , ' - So lMr. M . - I . 1 ,, t ," 1 y- l'n : , ' f 11 ,I .I 1 d y., IHI, Aw." " '3 in I -' I f '52, '53, V.l.C. ' 2, '53. ' I V S 1 ' 9 4 l ' I ' I ' 3 S Mr, M , :l " 1 y - l'n : " I' - - S,-II IIJ- II in - -It - I i 1 7 U Ii I H ye C ' I i-Y '53, - .II II II - 6 1 7 i, in Ch '51, I ' : I ' CO, A ' I l' e Roberts, Vance Raymond on of and Mrs Clrfford Roberts MUSIC rom them h r s Beasty By llne Gvve me e n f Lea wa More was 1n Bus1ness a 51 H Y clence Club Vars1ty Baseball Manager Sphmx Rogers Wrlma Vrrglnla Daughter of M s W E Golngs Jolly and gay shes always that way Beasty Byl1ne Oh for a 5day weekend' 1 lm 1 y w s an C orus 51 52 Co lege Club 52 La Rena1ssar1c 53 Y Teens 52 5ph1r1x 53 Natvonal Honor Soclety 53 Contest Speakmg 53 Salyer Freda la Verne Daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Salyer Nothlng succccds I ke success Beasty By Llne lt s een a long struggle but worth Fanny was 1n Base a 5 Basket a Volleyball 52 Saylor Nancy Sue Daughter of Mr and Mrs r Dunn Never trouble trouble t1l trou ble troubles you Beasty N o men worrues no money r o ub I e lH1 Gan an was n Busmess ta 52 5 Y Teens Schonberg Dlane Daughter of Mrs Jullus Schonberg How about some exc1te1nent2 Beasty By lune Thus dead town H Flopsj Deede was m Baseball 52 Bas et a 53 Volley a 52 La Renaussance 52 Room Agent Sales Organ1zat1on Y1eens Sphmx 53 Nat1onaI Hon or Soclety 53 Shannon Joanne Mabel Daughter of Mr Alton Shannon All s well that ends well Beasty By 1ne People who get ck 1n mu H Dave J was Basketball 51 Volleyball 5 La Rena1ssance 2 T Teens 51 Sp mx Rogers Margaret Jean Daughter of Mrs E da Rog rs Oh How l Hate to Get Up 1n the Morn mg Beasty B me Gettnng up 1n the morn 1ng lYawnJ Magg1e was 1n Y Teens 5l Rowe Floyd Son of Mrs Wanda Rowe Speech IS s1lver s1lence s goden Beasty By n Almost anythtng Floyd was 1n Dnstrlbu tlye Educat1on 52 Sands Ora Paul Son of Mr and Mrs Ora O Sands For the female o the spec1es IS more deadly than the male Beasty By lane Certann s the NHS Band Pau w s 1n Band 51 52 53 Symphonette 52 Intramural Basketball 5 3 Shlck Ida Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank J Shrck Wh1ch half of the road do you want str? Beasty By l1ne Men drwers a hanahorn Carl Edward Son of Mrs Ella M Shan ahorn outdoor sportsrnan through and through Beasty By llne School on the TITSY day hunt1ng season Fuzz was 1n Band 51 52 53 Symphonette 52 53 Intramural Basketball 5 Shannon Phlllp Zane Son of Mr and Mrs Ora Shannon Fnrst come f1rst serve Beasty By I ne No park1ng p aces e n you re l a t e school 1 w s Natuonal Honor Soclety 53 S Mr. . . l f 'v 5' hill 2 ' ' - -' 1 " ' ' . y.1' 1 P' 'Y 0 .' ' .Y-" f' ' ,f ,, . ,I S1 ff ' , '52, 1- '53, ' ' - l ' , '52, s ' '51, '52, '53. '51, ' '53. V A - - . : , ' I H .11 I I ' - - : , I Ii ez " ' . A . KH , ff ff - - 4 . I. If, ,,W.II ., a . . . , I II , I , I I I '51, '52, , Y I'51i , 5 A 4" I' I . . I. I ,. , b a1." " " ' ' . - I V ' If I 15 ll ' 1, 15 ll '52, 9" H7 E, - I , '53, ' , '53, 1 I 1 I I I Chorus '53, Spanish Club '53f ' 2, '5 . I I I with-5 I ' I - ', H ' ' By - line: 1' A I no ,1 ' '- In Hld -In 5 ' , I no 1 S. 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Shepard Henry Alston Sharon Jghn Walggf Son of Mr Henry Shep ar It may not be new but 1t serves the purpose Beasty B 1ne Glrls wont de n o cars Herman w s an Intramural Basketball 51 52 53 Room Agent 51 Reserve Football 51 52 C Son of Mrs Howard Pamter Well ttmed ence has more eloquence than speech Beasty By I1ne Havent anything to sa Doc was 1n Cross ountry 52 53 nra mural Basketball 51 Sherrard, Charles Edward Shockley Marllyn Joann Son of Mr and Mrs Nel nl-lardest Letus cyce along Beasty By I1ne Have many frnends but prefer blond g1rls and am a great lover of base ball and basketball te w s n lntramura Basketball 53 rmpluns Margaret V1rg1n1a Daughter of M R1chard S1mpk1ns d Mrs L H McLaughl1n ut sc ool e 1n o 11 e s c h o ol Beasty By 1ne ay oe was t at l1ght red when 1 w t through 2 Pegg1e was 1n Chorus 51 Journal 1sm Staff 53 Y Teens 51 Smnth Galen Max on of Mr and rs Ralph Sm1th Leader of the-band Beasty y lme Band 1n after school hours Honey w S 52 Intramural Basketball 5 Clutch Art1sts Club 52 Smucker Mary Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton A Smucker WIS dom comes to none by chance Beasty By l1ne Lsttle brothers who see ar a ne f e K an Mary Ann was rn Col lege Club 52 VICE pres1 dent 53 Basketball 52 Volleyball 52 Journal1sm Staff 52 Musrc Apprec1a 1 n 52 53 Room Agent 51 Student Counc1l 5 YTeens Sphtnx 53 Natlonal Hon or Socnety 53 VICE press dent Steele Robert Emmett on of r and Mrs Mtles Steele Hrs heart true Stee e Beasty By lme Wa1t1ng hn t come school L1ttle Buddy w s 1n Intramural Base 53 n ra mural Basketball 51 52 53 Class Off1ces treas urer 51 v1ce prestdent Room Agent Vars1ty Football 51 52 Daughter of Mr and Mrs B G Shoc ey Dont glve up the shtpl Beasty By I1ne Wa1t1ng for that oat from Korea Carl s ln Teens 51 53 Smart, Srdney lee Son of Mr and Mrs Ed ward Smart Tlme and t1de wan for no man Beasty Byl1ne Wastlng of tame 1 was Amer1can Folk MUSIC Club 53 Contemporary H1story Club 53 Intramural Bas e all 51 5 a Rena1ssance 52 5 Sc1 ence Club 53 secretary Sm1th Roger Jamrson Son of Mr and Mrs R L m1th A 1 e bluftmg now and then 1s handy to the best of men Beasty Byl1ne Oh for a world of no homework polt t1c1ans or Monday morn tngs Speed w s n Co ege Club 53 ntra mural Baseball 51 53 Intramural Basketball ey ub 2 treasurer Student Counc1l 51 Reserve as ke all 51 Vars1ty as ketball 52 Vars1ty Foot a 53 Natnonal Honor Soc1ety 53 Stargell, Donald Rnchanzl Son of Mr and Mrs Wal ter R Stargell Early to e r t r1 e Beasty By llne Gettlng he mornln on w s n D1str1 u tlve Educat1on 53 Steele Rosemary Daughter of Mr and Mrs F Steee Ou of st t but n o f mrnd Beasty By l1ne The m1les between New ark and Japan Roste was an DlS'YIbU1Ie Educa taon 53 ' H ' , " ' -' 511- y-1' , " " . that! 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'52,' ' ' '51g 153' , , Stewart John louls n of r and rs Troy R Stewart O the summer ot 52 Beasty By IIne Speech a n d dramatlcs John was Intramural Basketball Strawn Ralph Kenneth n of and Mrs John Strawn a day s wo k Beasty By Ime Workmg oyer ttme and not gettlnq paId t t I Fa was In Amerlcan Folk Muslc u b 5 DIstrIbutIvo fdtcatvon 53 Intramural ctball 5 Sturm, Waldo Richard Son of Mr and Mrs C Sturm T e n ght s r and I tar from home Bewsty By III'lL Those late mghts at my Waldo Tlmson Jean Eltzabeth Daughter of Mr and Mrs Marlon F Ttmson s no oo ar w Beasty By I e Thurty mI es from Newark O I0 S e JeanIe s B seball 53 as ke all 53 Volleyball 53 eens treasurer secretary Toothman Carrol Gene IBakerl Son of Mrs Dale Tooth man Ask me no ques ns and I tell you w es easty By eople who ask too many questlons Shen ner s n lntramura as etball 51 Turner Donald Ruchard Son of Mrs Myrtle Turner ary to bed ea y o use Beasty By I Awakennng at 7 OO A M ee s In 53 Intramural Baseball 51 Intramural Basketball 52 53 Dlstnbutlve Educatuon 5 presIdent 53 Speedball 51 Stonelaurner Chalmer Sherman n of Mr and Mrs a ely and a wa s e Beasty B Ine Con ceuted people Sonny was Speedball Track 52 Varslty Foot Reserve Basket a VarsIty Basket Strlcker DanIeI Rodger Son of Mr and Mrs W J StrIcker Nothl g succeeds I I k e succ ss Beasty Bylme Im not SH RON her dally WEAKLEY tMember of V anl w s n Band wlldcat 53 Cass OTIICG treasurer 52 Col e e Club 53 G rman u 53 I vlce presudent ey Club 53 Muslc Apprecla tnon 52 53 Jumor ed ross treasurer 51 Intramural as etball 51 S IDX 53 Radlo Club 53 Sales Organuzahon 51 52 Scnence Club 51 Student Councul 52 53 vlce presldent 53 Con temproary Hnstory Club 53 Reserve Basketball Manager VETSIYY Football Manager I Contest Speakmg 53 Thompson Shlrley Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Fay H Thompson Dont worry t makes eep wrinkles Beasty By ne People who stop In the halls between pe rlods to talk pass notes exc ange g oss and block traffnc Shnrley W s In Chorus 51 Tollnver, Robert Dean S n of Mr and Mrs C R Tol Iver Ilfe :sure and a Infe of ness are two dnfferent thlngs Beasty By llne o rockmg chanrs classrooms Bob was 5 nra mural Basketball 51 53 Room Agent 51 Totten, WIIIIam Ross, Jr Son of Mr and Mrs W otten S M n s In humannty to man makes Countless thousands mourn Beasty By IIne Homework on w e e k ends Rmgo w s orus 52 53 HI Y Vala Donald Eugene Son of Mrs PauIIne Vana Many can argue no many converse Beasty Byllne Those New York Yankees' Don was In Intramural Basket ball 52 Contemporary Hestory Club 53 Natson al Honor Soclety 53 So M . 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CH: Donal Joanne Jo was In Chorus Walker, James Alfred Son of Mrs Edith Walk Two days for good time Beasty By une Those short but wonderful weekends IH: ue lm w s In n tramural Basketball C 5 Whute, Glenn Martin n of rs Anna White Don t be bash fu ask t em Beasty Byline Grrls who know m name b I don now theer n a m e s W Itey w s an Band 5 Wlllums, .lack Fredrick Son of Mr and Mrs C L Wullnams Whats so good about that'7 Beasty Byline Jack was an Intramural Bas etball 5l 52 VIC 52 53 Vogelmoler, Sandra Sue Owens Daughter of Mr and Mrs John F Vogelmeler Sr A true worker In every thing Beasty By Ime A Kvtty rubs against your Jeanlsl and you Pat If Sandy was and 5l 52 Symphonette 5l Baseball 53 Basketball Vo eyball 3 eens 5l 53 un nor Red Cross 52 Webb Charles Wilbur S n of Mrs Elnza eth Webb Silence m o r e muslcal than any song Beasty By lme That Re lated Subqect Charlie was In Intramural Baseball 52 53 Intramura as etball Sl C 5 Wuley Shrrley Ann Daughter of Mr Gerald R I ey and Mrs Ayotte Why does lt happen to me? Beasty Bylme Homework when I want to go some place Shnrley was In Chorus 5l Junior Red Cross 52 Radno Club 53 eens 51 52 53 sec retary 53 National Honor Socnety 53 Wulllams, Mary .losephme Daughter of Mr and Mrs Bryon B Wllllams sense of humor I5 the salt of lufe Beasty By llne I dont know Nancy but ut certaunly rs funny ne f the Klan Mary Jo was In us: ne s Staff 5l 5 Class Offices secretary 5 College Club 3 German Club 53 Baseball 52 53 Basketball 52 53 Volleyball 52 53 Music p precuatuon 5l presudent 53 Patron Staff 53 Student Councul 53 YTeens 5l 53 presldent 5l mx 53 N a I o n a Thesplan Society 53 N tional Honor Socuety 53 Wllson, Donna Mao Wnmor, Marglo lou Daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Wllson A mer ry heart doeth good luke a medlcane Beasty By me A pleasant smcle wins a way to everyone s heart Donnue was In Room Agents 52 Sales Or anuzatuon 5l 52 53 Wolever Donald Eugene n of r and rs Clarence Wolever sure you are rrght then go ahead Beasty une Wa Chung D F as out those bone crushnng tackles on the grudnron Sonny was In Intramural Baseball 52 53 Intramural Basketball 5 53 DISlYIbUYIVE d ucatron 53 Wood Shlrley louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs Searl R Wood Hurry mailman' Beasty By me Wantung for t at rnanlman and that good news Woody was In an 5l 5 53 e I 52 53 Bas et 5 52 Volley a Ya rnelll, Florence louise Daughter of Mr Charles Yarnelll S Shoo Fly e Beasty B me People who call me Fly o Daughter of Mr and Mrs H D Wumer A cheery smile a happy way w luke to greet her every ay Beasty By ne College IPURDUEI H Wat Marge was Baseball 5l as etball 5l 2 o eyball 5l 5 tronal Thespran Soclety 53 secretary 53 YTeens 52 53 prestdent Wolfe, Phllnp Allen on of Mr Harold Wolfe A day I ace the barren way without a taste of water Beasty By Ime Dt' w a t e r fountauns Dusty Wrnght Wulma Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Wrught Lute can By lme Weekends Mlssourz 45 000 m e n a n d competttlonl Wrlma was ID La Ren aussance Hanover Toboso Chorus 51 Baseball 5I Young Donald Rucha rd Son of Mr and Mrs G B Young You lead a g o I f If you don t weaken but who wants t be a strong man? ember f A Tony was In Key Club Intramural Baseball Speedball 51 52 Varsity Baseball 52 Reserve Basketball V a r s I t y Basketball elms, Charles Wllllam Son of Mr and Mrs J L Smgleton It wont be long now Beasty Bylrne W en wlll t ever be over? 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'51, '52l ' 52 JUNIOR SENIUR SlENll0lR CLASS PROM PLAY ln keepung wuth Newarks sesquu centennual The annual JunuorSenuor Prom was appropruately entutled Belles and Beaus Thus gala event took place on May 3 T952 un The hugh school gymnasuum Senuors lun uors and theur guests enuoyecl dancung tuom nune to twelve to The musuc of Ray Mund and hus orchestra Kaleudoscopucal lughts scenuc mur als paunted by hugh school students on The sesquu theme a tradutuonal mull wheel and an authentuc surrey were ettectuvely used to make thus an out s andung and pucturesque evenung Sue Meloy was chosen queen of The prom and was crowned by The uunuor class presudent Kelly Goss Attendants to the queen were Joanne Buckey Cynthua Hale Carma Acklun and Jean Spencer Followung the crownung of the queen Senuor Class Presudent Thomas Baldung Kelly Goss and theur belles led The grand march Larry Brown served as general chaur man of The prom He was assusted by the tollowung commuttee chaurmen Andrew Pryor publucuty John Del Ce cato electuon ofthe queen Paul Sands entertaunment D o n a l d Lundrooth Tables and chaurs Wunufred Austun re freshments and George Arensberg art decoratuons These commuttees were under The durectuon of Muss Nell Smuth faculty advuser The Senuor Class of l952 presented January Thaw by Wulluam Roos as uts Sesquucentennual play lt was pre sented durung the evenungs of May 8 and 9 un the hugh school audutoruum at 8 T5 and was produced under specual arrangement wuth The Dramatuc Pub lushung Company A mauoruty ofthe parts were double cast tNames appearung turst un double cast roles appeared on May 87 Doro thy Nlrller and Delores Wagner played Freuda Charles Deeds Herbert Gage Nancy Pearce and Maruorue Pound Sarah Gage Rosemary Art and Januce Speelman Paula Gage Carma Acklun and Luculle Tyrer Ruley Marge Gage Jean Spencer and Nancy Norpell Bar bara Gage Walter Connelly and Chrus Baruxes George Husted Wayne Cass and Harold Freshour Jonathan Rock wood Nancy Cartnal and Glorua Hum bert Mathulda Rockwood Wulluam Whute Mr Loomus George Heusey Un cle Walter Don Rogers and Ron Ruch ter Matt Rockwood James Van Wun kle Carson and Herbert Taut Con stable CTaut fauled to make hus ap pearance both nughtsl Muss Joan Patton durected The play She was assusted by Joan Coutelluer ' Q r u K l . . , . - . . . 11 11 - - 1 ' 1 1 11 11 - ' ' 1 1 ' - I I - , 1 1 ' . 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Nw COMMENCEMENT At the beglnnrng of hns address to the graduating class of 1952 Dr A Blarr Knapp preszdent of Denison Un: verslty stated that his announced toplc Commencement So What would be changed to A Class Wnsh durmg whzch he asserted l wlsh some thungs for you Dr Knapp spoke to the class and a large audlence at the commence ment exercase at Whlte Fueld on May 28 1952 at 6 15 In the evenrng The nrnety fourth commencement opened with the solemn march of school offucuals guests and graduates to theur places to the accompanument Cnrcumstance Elgar Myron A Pearce dlrectlng The Reverend Charles M Pomeroy of the First Baptist Church gave the Invocation The band fol lowed wlth Blue Tango Anderson Followlng the dance number Paul B Edwards supernntendent of schools presented the awards Next Stacy C Conrad president of the Board of Edu cation rssued diplomas Mr Pomeroy pronounced the benedrctlon and the class offncrals and guests filed from the field to the Elgar tune BACCALAUREATE The Class of 1952 attended the tra dntuonal baccalaureate service In the school audltorlum on the afternoon of May 25 at the hour of 2 30 Members of the class were escorted to their places by Mary Ann Smucker and Mar lene Relchley Musnc for the proces snonal was played by the Symphonette directed by Myron A Pearce The number the ensemble played was The Vallant Knight Woodhouse The Reverend James S Bolen of the Sec ond Presbyterian Church uttered the mvocatton Wendell M Jones durected the Ages Past Mueller Mr Bolen fol lowed wlth the farewell sermon No Stopprng Place' The choir next sang The Lord ls My Shepherd German Mr Bolen pronounced the beneductron and the class frled out to the strains of the Woodhouse number Thus serv :ce was one of the shortest nn the school s history havung lasted at most only one half hour Ushers for the occaslon were James Cushman Kelly Goss James Harns Dwight Johnson Andrew Pryor Gary Prior and Daniel Strrcker ll I . Il ' ll ' fl ' - fl ' Q a I l l jj , I : . I . I I ' Of the School band PlaYln9 "pomp and school choir in "O God Our Help in I ' ' , 11 G u f 11 11 , , I ' , ' , . 1 a V I , . ' I ' - , . I . , . . - ' ' I I I E f I . I . . U 56 THE T952 THE 1952 CHORUS CONCERT The Newark Hugh School Concert Choir under the dlrectuon of Wendell M Jones presented sts tweltth annual program Aprul 29 T952 In the hrgh school audntonum Ann Baird served as mistress of ceremonies and Carol Scott was the accompanlst Atter the Star Spangled Banner the concert opened with Fanfare for Chrustmas Shaw and continued wuth Glory Be To God Rachmanlnott Tkach Ave Marla Arcadelt and the Welsh hymns Deemster Owens Penpark Rees and Hudderstleld Newton Followung was a group of solos by Sharon Warner Carol Scott Theodore Bradshaw Stewart Beck Rosemary Art Wanda Muller and Patrucua Bow man The gurl s chour then presented Noc turne CurrarDucrest The chorr con trnued wrth Prelude Op 28 Chopln Hes Gone Away arranged by Wtl son and The Modern Choir Caln Two splrltuals Gospel Boogle A ernathy and Dry Bones ranged by Rlegger were next The program concluded wnth Benedlc tlon Lutkln and The Crimson and the White The annual Directors Awards were presented to Sharon Warner and Theo dore Bradshaw by Mr Jones BAND CONCERT The slxth annual senes of sprung concerts of Newark school bands un der the baton ot Myron Pearce was played on the afternoon ot April I6 and the evenings ot Aprll I7 and I8 Harold Freshour served as master of ceremonies The setting In llne with Newarks sesquncentennual was Ohio River showboat Parts I and II of each concert were played by the Intermediate Band and the Junlor Hzgh Band respectnvely Roger Baldlng of the Intermediate Band conducted one number Aur Brigade Lang Carol Hornby ot the Junuor Band The Luberty Bell Sousa The Concert Band opened Its pro gram wxth the theme song Old Man Rsver The concert continued wlth Land of Our Fathers Lavalle Mnghtuer Than Curcumstance Frang klser clannet solo by Nancy Pearce Scene and Alr Bergson selectlons from Show Boat Kern marsmba solo by Lunda Strate Xylophone Rag Booth The BlueTaul Fly Grundman a trumpet tno ot Gerald Corbnn Rnch ard Reynard Tom Brannon Three Modernanres Luttle a trombone novel ty Lassus Trombone Fllmore Jos hua Yoder Apollo Brucher durect ed by Nancy Pearce At this polnt the band was loaned by the chorus drrect ed by Wendell Jones to present Druve on Newark Jones Vnctor Herberts Favorites Herbert and Battle Hymn of the Republuc Wllhousky The pro gram concluded wuth Taps Fllmore 1 I ' . , , 1 1 ' I . - 1 1 . . 11 11 , an ' . . - 11 . . ,, . . 1 1 11 11 - , I I I. 11 - 11 . , , 1 1 1 . 11 11 , , 1 1 1 11 11 11 ' 11 H , 1 1 ' , - 11 ' . , I . - 11 - 11 1 1 - 1 1 ' - 1 1 ' " I ' I - . ,, . . , 11 11 1 I - 1 ' 11 11 - - ' 11 - I - 11 - ' - 1 ' - ' 1 1 . . ,, ,, - 11 ' 11 . - 1 - 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 ' ' 1 T I 1 11 - 11 - - 11 11 1 1 - I I . . ,, . ,, 11 - 11 1 1 1 ' 1 1 b 11 11 - - - 1 1 ar' 1 ' - 11 ' 1 1 . ,, . . ,, . - I I - - 11 f 11 - 11 11 - 11 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 11 11 11 11 - ' 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 ' 11 - 1 ' ' 11 11 - 1 1 1 ' 11 11 1 1 . 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WIZJQJUQKXWZZII 'f-2T.,Q 21" fwmw 4255 Uffcexlx ANN HAYES Treasurer GARRY WHARTON Presndent FRANK IMHOFF SAUNDRA CULP Vice presndent Secretary HUNIORS 'Xx Q JN Row I James Adams Mary Lou Adams James Adcock Carol Adkms Carol Anderson George Arensberg Jerry Ashcratf Row 2 June Ashcraft Jetta Atknnson Marlene Baker Rosemary Baum gartner James Beal Anna Beckett Frank Beckman Charlene Bell Row 3 Joe Bendmg Shlrley Berger Jerry Bishop Ruth Bleberbach Laura Blake Duck Blaney Thomas Bob Mary lou Boblt Row 4 George Braught Don Braunbeck Mary Brooks Tom Britton JoAnn Brown Carl Baker JoAnn Burkham Nancy Burnfleld Row 5 Wllluam Butler Kenneth Butts Robert Cam Jane Campell Shsrley Carson Joe Chaney Beverly Chase Shrrley Church Row 6 Thomas Church Larry Clagget Paul Claggett Albert Claprood Norma Clay Marlanna Cllfford Anna Mae Cllne Charles Clme Row 7 Paul Collms Myrna Conkle Robert Couglll Betty lou Coventry Robert Crandall Loss Crawford Elame Croy Alice Crothers is Q- .J 6 u .- Q I , f Q A s L , . 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'U 'TMS Row 'I Roosevelt Crumpton Saundra Culp Judy Cunnungham, James Cushman Gorden Dancey Wulluarn Darlmg Mattle Davis Robert Davus Row 2 Shlrley Davis, Maxme Dowling Irene Deal Patrrcla Deenls Sue Denman Bob Denner Donna DeVoe Angela DlBlaslo Row 3 James Dual Harold Dlckerson Flora Dlckerson Janet Dlxon Arletta Dolllson Shirley Dooner Wilma Daugherty Suzanne Doughty Row 4 Davud Drake Gary Drumm Harold Duffy George Dupler Betty Duty lols Dyer Fred Ellas Joann Earley Row 5 Joseph Elmore Josephme Elmore Geoffry Enksen Jerry Eshelman David l Berger Davucl Evans Janet Faarley Theodore Farrow Row 6 Rose Mary Farmer Georgeanna Fraquhar Rose Ann Feeney Paul Ferry Carolme Fields Betty Foster Charles Frey Dorothy Fry Row 7 Norman Gallatln Joanne Gard, Gary Garrett Ned Gaulke James Geller, Tracey Gentry John Gibson James Green . T" J kk- e ' . .f N ,, k 1 - I ' U, I, ft ' V uf, ' I as Mi? I All , 'WV' yu 'lf . , vlan- l 1 -Qi ., l"5l 2 E ' I ' A .l3 " i ,, ' , . ,V . V ' ffl Z . Q 1, I ,- ll ,A KA 1 I I ' -Q ' . I I I I I' I F . ' T I I I I I I ' I I ' L I I I I I ' I I ' - I I I I I ' I I I ' - I I I I . ' I I I ' T I , , V f - IIUNIORS Row l larry Green Patsy Greer Arthur Grrgsby Wlnnfred Grlmes Tem Grimm Ruth Guest Alice Hall Delores Hall Row 2 Edgar Hall Neva Hall Davrd Hamrlton Walter Hamulton Patrucra Hand Martha Jean Hanes Barbara Hansford Robert Hahn Row 3 Patrma Harmon Bryon Harrls Robert Hams Barbara Hartman Sherry Hartman JoAnn Hayes Vlrglnla Heatwole Barbara Helm Row 4 Eugene H8lIlllCk Joyce Henry Joseph Hepsworth Dale Hull Andy Hlmerman Sally Hmten Sandra Hobbs Nancy Hobson Row 5 Lester Holler John Hollmgshead Wayne House Fred Hughes Jamce Hughes Carolyn Humber! Neema Hunt Evelyn Icobellrs Row 6 Frank Imhoff George Jackson Gerald Jeffers Maureen Jmlxs Nancy Johnson Richard Johnson Janet Kerns Paul Kerr Row 7 Sarah Kerr Ervm Klune Herbert Klein Carol Knerr Mary Kreager Patricia Kreger Rose Ann Kulalk Catlverme lake , K X r 1 , L, X. ,, 7--fl' I . 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X fs.- 0 is ,arf 'ii Row 1 Twlla Lane Robert Lanugan Velma Law ence Richard Layman Elleen Layton Harold Lee Robert Llvlngston Donna Lewls Row 2 Judy Lmebaugh Mary Love Carol Loughman Shirley Loughman Judy Long Carolyn Lupler Mary Jo lusettl Charles Lusk Row 3 Jack Lyons Robert Mann Sara Mathews Roger Matthews Arthur Mauller Nancy McCaulsky Wnlllam McCoy Donald McCullough Row 4 Ronald McCullough John McDonald Ann Mcilfresh Marlene McMannls Ruchard McManms Dorothy McPeek Vurgmla Meadows Vurgmla Meruwether Row 5 Jack Metcalf Carolyn Muller Charles Muller Marilyn Muller Wllllam Wlller Corwin Mllls Ned Moore Shirley Moore Row 6 Jean Morrow Carol Myers Herbert Myers Patncla Myers Shlrley Nelson Terry Nelson Roger Nerghbor Wllma Nethers Row 7 Barbara Nlchols Janet Nichols Joyce Nichols Betty Norris Lmda Null Betty Oatman David Oder Carolyn Ollver . , . ,, A, f J' xv - x u ,g J I will I Hi W-"M f J , A tl I W ,I , W f I . A '2 'S' V z- . - I if ' - f rg ' Q., Hfxvfit A SJ . X . ..,f,.,,.. 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S Sei. -ww wx 'Q' Af Row 'I Shlrley Orr Yvonne Otterman Rose Ann Ours Donna Parr Vlrqlnla Parson Jean Pennell Darlene Plants Joan Puckett Row 2 Wllllam Pierpont James Pound Bonnle Powell Shirley Prlce Evelyn Ray Frank Rauck Marllyn Ralson Frances Radwell Row 3 Wllllam Rada Paul Reed Tom Reel Shirley Ruckus Carolyn Rudenbaugh Martha Rudenour Loss Ruggs Wnlllam Rogers Row 4 Loss Rognon Dale Roth Robert Powe Donald Schultz Mary Ellen Schlosser Donald Scott Helen Shackleford Richard Shaw Row 5 Wnllnam Shepard Donna Slubler John Slegal Robert Slmon, lee Slaughter Corbm Smlth David Smith Dlvon Smuth Row 6 Marvln Smith Nancy Smxth Nancy Lee Smith Carolyn Snoor, Barbara Sommervllle, .lack Southard Nancy Spangler Mary Squngglns Row 7 Nancy Stage Shirley Steele Edwm Stream Henry Subora Norma Swan Barry Swnsher Kathleen Taft Margaret Taylor ff 7 I ' 1 l - I , Q , ' 7 . A, I A W ' , 4, ' 'L S 4' , 5 , mf 4 'ae f gf J R liking R ll' ri M ,NlFxk5rlf'1' , if -M , r r .S w F . 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' I 2 . , .' l 1 1 ' ' - - 1 I r IUNIORS Vx 'W TF W. an Row 'l Beverly Teagarden Robert Teuscher June Toland Frank Tomlinson Barbara Trrmble Thomas Tumble Eugene Tucker JoAnn Tyson Row 2 Robert Updrke, James Vana Rnchard Van Voorhrs Karen Verway Nancye Wagner Loretta Waldeck John Walker Helen Warman Row 3 Terry Warman Elton Watson Sharon Weakley Jerry Weaver Sue Webb Raymond Weekley Florence Welker Steve Wesslnger Row 4 Jerry West Garry Wharton, Kay Whlte Robert Whste Ronald Whrte, Maxine Whats Phlllp Wrlkms JoAnne Wrlluams Row 5 Marlene Wnlhams Sally Wnley Rlchard Wllson James Wlnce, June Wlnegardner Fred Wlse Chrlstlna Wlsecarver Edward Wasener Row 6 Alyce Yoder Robert Yost, Frances Tomlinson e -ll E 2 , ' 's 5 0 f R yy, ' ,,, , , Lf r ' 1'3" 'Ma .,,.- E- wt Ev I ,Z . , , ' of , T F .,, 3 M 1 1 f l' , l l E? :JY an ' i i wr ' . Q A K ' '-:' 2 1 - K 'i , f 21 I 2 A l ll' f 1 , 1, ' ' ,F T H., .,,, T, Q at ,Wa , F 5 ms. f c y V- ,f .gn t tm 1 4 3' eip ef' V ,, Nj v fn M ' -' S3 FQ E v -4 W" - "-' ,f , " 'ii-an 4 4 L " ' I . .,.', ' ' rf , J A l Q Qgaiiamale has Qffcms SAMUEL SHACKLEFORD DARWIN WATSON Presldent Treasurer SUE COUNCELL Vlce presldent JANET HENDRICKSON Secretary SOPHOMURIES HEX' ,vmvsr Row 1 Joan Anderson Wnllnam Anderson James Anlcolaltes Angela Annanno Alberta Antrntt Joan Appel John Arensberg Walter Armstrong Row 2 Donna Ashcraft Elsie Ashcraft Ronald Bagent James Barr lrnda Baker Mary Lou Baldwln Robert Ballmger Sue Banks Row 3 Eleanor Baughman Mary Jane Baughman Charles Beach Charles Bebout Nelson Bell Jane Benclure Mary Lou Buckle Nancy Bidwell Row 4 Vlrglnla Black Charles Booher Linda Bosscawen Lee Bounds Davud Bowden Richard Bowers Curtis Bowman Patrlcla Brookover Row 5 Carl Brooks Donald Brown Gnrard Brown Carol Bruce, JoAnn Buchanan Gma Buckey Kay Buckey Mane Burden Row 6 Naam: Burge Betty Burkam James Bush Garry Busby Harry Buzard Gerald Cable Paul Carpenter James Cashdollar Row 7 Kathryn Chapman, Norman Charlton laverne Clark Paul Clary John Clemungs Dave Cocanour Jack Cochenour Roger Cochran W, 3... it ,. 2 5 ,.::55 ":.. 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SOPHOMORES x xa- 'N-1 Row l Kathryn Conner, Gene Cooper, Davld Corby, Patrlcla Corder, Sue Councell, Barbara Courson, Edlth Crawford, Emlly Crawford Row 2 Ronald Crlswell, Carol CYISJ, Forrest Crothers, lllllan Culllson, Joseph Cunnlngham, Nancy Danforcl, Beulah Darkes, Bonnle Darkes Row 3 Charles Darlles, Pal-rlcla Davldson, Kenneth Davls, leland Daugherty, Barbara Debevolse, Ruth Debevolse, Lynn Dennls, Dlane Denny Row 4 James Dlehl, Delores Dlshon, Patrlcla Dobbs, Betty Donaghue, John Donley, James Dluquld, Thomas Dutcher, Barbara D'Yarmett Row 5 Jean Early, Blll Edgerly, Vlclly EIS, Naoml Emerson, Davld Evans, Margaret Evans, Nancy Evans, Robert Evans Row 6 Shlrley Farmer, JoAnn Farnham, Robert Farrow, Ronald Fllklll, Phyllls Flannlgan, Paullne Florlan, Evelyn Flowers, John Flowers Row 7 James Fluhart, Ralph Franklln, Bresee Fredrlck, Patrlcla Freeman, Dlane Freshour, Davld Frye, Martln Frye, Janlce Fulton ,,,. :,: ..,. 3 1:13. ig, ,- if .5551 K ,.... . f v b 2? 4 E ' e E .t .U ' i ' as J ' C 2 E9 J . W aL f L r s I ' ig' w N ' , in ' is " 1 .- Eff of 5, of , El . Q, SUPHOMORIES ,Na X Row I Frank Gabe James Garwm Thomas Gaunder Raylene Gorden Carolyn Grady Helen Gravens Alrce Grlgsby Albert Grove Row 2 Claudeife Gulrldge Kenny Hall Barbara Hammond Roberf Hamp shnre Joe Harbaugh Nancy Harris Peggy Harris Carol Hawluns Row 3 Duck Hageman Harold Hayden Jane! Hendrlckson Ramona Hoffer Don Holberi Shirley Holt Carol Hornby Marlene Hors! Row 4 Tom Huff Tom Hughes Karen Hull Dorothy Hummel Mary Hun? Richard Huslon James Iler Glenn lvers Row 5 John Jacobs Richard Johnson Carol Jones larry Jones Ronald Kappes Pafrlcla Kirk Phyllns Krrkpalrlck Lee Klem Row 6 Lrnda Koblens Wulluam Koontz Maman Koslow Ronald Kreager Rose Mane Lamb Patty langland linda lawrence Ruchard lawrence Row 7 Tom Leblanc Llnnle leckrone Maxine Lee Jean lees Myirle leughlon George Lohrman Richard love James lybarger A gl ' , K x L 'xi I fl, ' I. 1 . SM 1g.,,. ' L I I 'MEL if X, b , .A . X x ,nl ., - T.,,,-. 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I ' SOPHOMORIES not 'K'-'73 Nw e W' 4 SAI Row 1 Ronald MacFarland Janice Mandel Sandra Makns Myra Malherbe Rose Mary Malherbe Duane Manchester Delores Mantonya Jerry Martm Row 2 Vrolet Mason Patsy McCort Robert McCoy Robert McGaughey Margaret McGlone Phrl Mclaughlm Phyllls McVncker Myrna Mercer Row 3 Pat Metcalf Dorothy Mike Albert Muller Emma Mrller James Muller Manlyn Ann Muller Manlyn R Muller Raymond Muller Row 4 Richard Mmer Clyde Mohler Delores Montgomery Charles Moore Bull Moran Ronme Moran Barbara Morrison Betty Morrow Row 5 Nancy Mount Marlorle Mummey Delores Myers Nancy Neighbor Mary Nethers Betty Newell Floyd Norris Cora Northey Row 6 Joel Northey Carol Oatman Neal O Brlen larry O Dell Jesse Oliver Larry Ollver Dorothy Orr JoAnn Orr Row 7 Paul Orr Joyce Ours Jay Oxley Rnchard Parsell Mary Patruck Nancy Paul Kathryn Peck Ruta Perry sv Xi J we J ,J X g S V 5 C to Q ,Q N if - -443 J J , A C-H ' y ' LEW-H "A' mwah? ' -fag, 2 K Z h .R Q E f 1- F A il. SOPHOMORES wa. 'D S N' "1 in' 'Lf' zi""""Fa "ef-1' pg .4 C... vf X Lek -rf-af Row l Came Jean Pernn Janice Pethtel Nancy Puckernng Ann Plerpont Rosalne Plame Janet Plants Ronald Plants Nancy Poff Row 2 Bonnie Porter Connle Porter Terry Powell Mary Pruce Lee Pruest Patrlcla Prlce Wllllam Queen Dean Ramsey Row 3 Glorla Randles Patrlcla Redman Ruth Redman Jane Reel Tum Rehbeclc Shlrley Renner Kenneth Rhodes Jane Rnce Row 4 Cyntlna Rrchmond Clement Rlley Fred Rutter Curtis Roberts Jlm Roberts Sherne Roberts Edna Robertson Janet Robmson Row 5 Geraldme Roblnson Paul Robmson Donald Roderick Noreta Rose Nlcholas Ross Julla Russel Mary Ryan, Robert Salyers Row 6 Donna Sanders James Scarrett Charles Scherber John Sebold lee Sellers Robert Sensabaugh Samuel Shackleford Barbara Shaw Row 7 Kay Shaw Pat Shaw Pearly Shelton Robert Shepard Shnrley Shrpley , X , 1 W ,Q 4 , I V , s V , at 'M C . F 0 11 as '-.f A 15 gr, my ,. s 4 3 . V s A ,L 3 , , s R ll lwafw' ' 35? l as W R1 . A ' , h , R Rx 1 R, JV' o sf ' l A A Y, A ' fam- R 5 y l- x -' Miha. Q . n D 5 S., Ll 6 ' -I 4 ' ' "' if-'V s 4 1: 5 . xr 1 I xv W Q. mx, . ff C QL 1 'C' J' R R ' s L., l.x.,Qe . , il . .1 wg ,, -Q I V-Qu n 'ip K -I y E .I , 4 il je Q we W H so ' "" " 1 l 'A . HZ?" N' 1 -w - , . ' , . A . A H ' V , 4, 1 R , -V-. , , xi ' . R 'Q J S f X' x E f l ,,,. X J Q l x R fill?-z , ' gf K C 1 'V gif -- K .M ,A I r 1 l ' I 'W ' N SUPHOMORIES fa-f s aim tual QQ, X A W"""0WvWPV Mui " aa. Row I Phyllns Shlvely Nancy Smart Carol Smlth Don Smith Jerry Smlth Margie Smlth Bert Smath Robert Charles Smith Row 2 Rlchard Snelling Mary Snider Sue Speer John Spellman Kenneth Spence Ronald Stafford Twlla Stafford Norma Slalter Row 3 Emma lou Steed Richard Stockdale Robert Strothers Mlldred Swackhammer Shirley Swanger Larry Swlck Patrlcla Tague Muldred Tate Row 4 Freddie Taylor Dorothy Thomas Elbert Thompson Eugene Thompson Richard Thompson George Toler Rschard Touvell Carolyn Tuttle Row 5 Ruth Untled Ruchard Utrevrs Junlor Vandervender Ronald Van Voorlns Larry Vermlllon Nancy Jo Wages Ray Wagers James Wastes Row 6 James Walton Darwm Watson Manlyn Watson Wanda Webb Jack Welsant Cynthia White louise White Ann Wlley Row 7 Donald Wnlllams Shirley Walls Bruce Wilson Harry Wllson, Sarah Wilson ull? A V ti. l ' T L- - R I A .-,, P ' . :ta 4 iw? ' - fl l f' 354.6 ,V 7? 1 . ' uv' f S fr , ' ' . L ' Q.. 2" A fa J 8 9 A ll- ', tg l it ' u R j , C, ir J :ec M' ' ' cl- '27 :E ., . f A ' l I l 5 - "? f,1 an " ' ' 'Tel la lx. J l , c ' LV ' A " 5 It ' D- A , ' I . fi t t Y' , 5 . i I yelllz M 'tix . 4 ,W , l 1 lt J 1 y . Q V All 1 I "' "' vc fa' ' S- I 3 :-E , Q3 N :gl 1 . ,fi l ' W t.t,. ,l .,,..a So ft - - Q ' A .lb A A li Q? ' , if ' K. SOPHOMORES Row I Delores Woddell Richard Wolfe Dwight Worth Patty Wright Row 2 Warren Wright Wllllam Wrnght Della Yarnelll Betty Yost Row 3 Jean Yost David Zmsmeuster Walter Smith X D 1' SX f I . x MS. - ' . . . I .I t - I . . .I I . ' WUODWOW WILSON IUNIOR I-IIGI-I SCI-IOOIJ PRINCIPAL E H HECKELMAN 5 i' ii f ifl l . 3 , f Q . f if I A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., Ohio State University T. .,W..,,,,.,-... . ,, ..., .,., ,... , .M ..,, ,,,5,..,-.,,,..,,.-,v,.--. , ,Y WILSUN '33 QM Row I Lawrence Acton Clemen! Anderson John Anderson Kenneih Anihony Judy Ashcrafi Gene Bartletf Shnrley Blacksione Shernlyn Bowell Row 2 Doity Bryant Pam Church Larry Cllne Charles cOUlCllI8I' Reber! Culp Larry Crane Carolyn Cromn Janet Duff Row 3 Joseph Dumm Norma Ervrne Danny Evans Mary Evans Molly Evans Marsha Farquhar Margaret Fnch Herman Fosver Row 4 Ruchard Franks Joyce Fulk Douglas Grandslaff Roger Gngsby Knrby Gull George Haas Kenh Helms Norman Huber Row 5 Wanda Hughes Carol Jones Roger Keck Patty Kmser Jo Kramer Jerry Kuhlwem Roberta Lumm Margarei Lusk Row 6 Marlene Lusk X , " ' A '22 . . 'H . . 5 fu? I ,ew g f T' 4 - I 1 A A 'I I A - M, 1 "1 , 4 nf! 1 ., I 5 T 5 I 1, g ' -rf" 35, 559.4 1 s K ' X '- ' G fAu ma X I nk I ' - 2 X .,,5X,.?k 5 , 1 ,Q I . wx, - , I I ' 4 lsfi 4 ' , 1 K f . ' 'Q . i I I I I I 1 1 - " r 1 I I I I I ' - I I I I I I I ' T I I I I I I I - ' 1 r 1 r I , I a ' 4 WILSON N-.P 'Y 1 l .L -7' 'A' ' pw cv br' Exim UL' affix wr,-, ' Q nggig A BLQ , If 5 A Row 1 Patty Martm Saundra Martin James Mason Karla Mason Ed McCament Rrcha d M C ll r c onne James McRee Patncra Messma Row 2 Martha Mllls Tum Moorehouse Delcle Myers Carolee Nlchols D N ll R b :ana u o ert Oder Norwagene Owens Cynthia Paul Row 3 Nancy Pettlt Ruth Ann Pettit Davld Petty Janet Piper Richard Prouty Trent Ralston Verla Redman Barbara Reed Row 4 Carl Reed Joyco Ruan Duck Rlce Ronald Richardson Floyd Rldenbaugh Marlene Ritchey Nanc R bm D d R y o son avl oof Row 5 Iona Schwarm Richard Shockley Mary Slmpluns David Smith Marlorae Sprung Phll Stockdale T om Teuscher Ralph Wrlluams Row 6 .loan Wyckoff 2 S - Q- af' I r ' I . - 'T ' s -' QS.. v, L-.--X Lf - 4 l -- W' I aff' '- 1 5 W- o M m M . fy fc I X I . Z , M Veg? F V' I ' V 1 ,- '- ff A 1 ' l V2 A f .2 - ' fi 1 3 ll , 1 '- A ,V .. 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HONOR SOCIETY ASSEMBLY l l 1 Seated Mass Margaret Lmehan and Mrs Edgar Prouty Row 'I Ronald Swart Sharlyn Bowel Vernon Smith Row 2 Robet Black John Anderson Rchard Prouty Ralph Wllams F ed Pryo Loyd Davs Woodrow Wulson Junror Hxgh School ns very proud to have 74 puplls from the school en rolled as members of the Natnonal Junior Honor Socrety Mass Margaret Lnnehan was sponser of the group Mrs Edgar Prouty presrdent of the Woodrow Wilson PT A The picture above was taken when the annual lnductlon Ceremony and Tea for new members of the soclety parents and faculty was held Rlchard Prouty president was master of ceremonnes The tollowlng members spoke briefly outllnlng the prlncuples of the Soclety John Anderson Servlce Ronald Swart Char acter Robert Black Leaclershnp Vernon Smuth Cltlzenshup Rlchard Rice Scholarshlp Mrs Edgar Prouty presndent In behalf of the P T A presented gold membership puns to all 9th grade members and announced that the custom was to be observed each year here after by the P T A Mr Heckelman presented engraved certntn Cates to the followlng new members LaFern Bostlc Ruth Bradley Brenda Larason Linda Thompson Ralph Utterback Jake Laeufer Carole Mclaughlm George Dell Donna Buck ey Barbara Campbell Judnth Class Mary Clum Betty Lou Elk Patrucua Fulk Susan Hup sher Suzanne Humes Ardean Lundley Sue McDonald Deana McClean Carolyn Petty Carolyn Parker Betty Posey Phyllis Pursely Davld Reese Dlxle Myers Patrxcua Sullivan Rosalne Ruzzo Charlene Swackhammer Con stance Varner Shnrley White and John R de a Other members are Diana Cartnal Valarre Bastln Sylvla Coyle Nancy Grove Loyd Davis Robert Black Bruce Ryan Fred Ulruch Ronald Swart Judy Tronsteun Lnnda Thompson Linda Sanders Mary Beth Worth Jane Yost Fred Pryor Earl Redman Allce Ogle Glorlanne OBrren Rlchard Hoover Vernon Smxth John Anderson Danny Evans Shirley Blackstone Sherllyn Bowell Patti Church Norman Huber Knrby Gull Karla Mason Margaret Lusk Delcne Myers Carolee Nnchols Ruth Pettlt Janet Pup er Nancy Robinson Ralph Wllllams Richard Rnce Richard Prouty Lawrence Acton Molly Evans Pat Martin Trent Ralston Davld Petty Joyce Rlan and Zona Schworm : ' '. . . : , , '. : r , ,i , ii , r r, i. . . . ,I I - - I I I I I I - - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I I I I 1 r ' ' I I I I I- Il. 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 Z I I I 1 I 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 . . , . . . ' I I I I I .. ., , , , I I I - I I I --- 1 I I ' ' A I I I 3 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I f ' CENTRAL IIUNIUJR HIGH SCHOOL ,kk W 41-Q-...MA ,dh PRINCIPAL LESTER B cox CENTRAL Rowl Judy Ashcraff Herb Ashcraft Bob Armenlroul Don Aul! Charles Abbott Anna Baker Douglas Basford Jlm Bauks Drck Bausman Row 2 John Beckham .loan Benlly Carol Bowers Dean Bowman Jlm Bradford Janrce Caldwell John Carver Nancy Clark Ronald Coleman Row 3 lmda Conley Rose Craig Conslance Crego Don Davis Rose Davls Bob De Mooy Ronald Donaldson Denny Dorrng Martha Doughly Row 4 Pally Drake Nanette Duckeft Jlm Dunlap Bernard Eckstem Rosemary Ellls, Duck Francis Edward Fowler Naomi Flke Marilyn Ferry Row 5 Shlrley Farmer Jack Grenger Jan Garlslde Ronald Grady Sue Grannon Sondra Grlfflth Roger Groves Donna Gumdge Hester Huklll Row 6 Carol Homman Ellen Holmes Carole Henry Suzanne Hams Marlone Hamllfon Bully Hagerman Judy Haga Mary Iver Julla Johnson Row 7 Tom Johnson Ted Kauser Hummel Kelm Shurley Kenna Paul Kennedy +G' -H l 4 4 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I ' .- . I I I I I I I I I ' i I I I I V . I I . l I ' - I I I I I D ' I I l I ' T 3. - - 1 1 I 1 - Ha '25, A CENTRAL Row I Mary King Dale Knerr Mary Kopp Jerry Krebs larry laugherty Margie Leseody Naomi leslle Ann Macklin Herbert Manetta Row 2 June Marquis Ronald Mason Ronald Muller Elaine Miller, Gwendolyn Moss, Jerry Mossman Ronald McDonald Jack McHenry Mary Anne Neighbor Row 3 James Oder Eddie Nelson Ellen Norman Arletta North William Offenbaker Sharla Patten William Pederson son Edne Shaner, Ruby Schaub Marilyn Slegle John Simpson Row 5 Don Smalles Charles Smith Joan Smith Linda Smith, Sharon Spitzer Beatrice Spurner Ralph Styers John Sullivan Melvm Sullivan Row 6 Ronald Sullivan lmda Swan Patricia Tanner Roger Toothaker Kathleen Vermillion Barbara Wagner Patty Wagner Shirley Wagner Carol Warthen Row 7 Mary Welsch Patricia White Franklin Wickham John Wolfe Virgil-:ia Price, Arlenle Priest. Row 4-Carol Priest, loby Ray, Donald Richards, James Ritchey, Glenn Robin: RAL INDUSTRIAL ARTS Front Row Larry Laughery John Simpson John Carver Jerry Krebs Jackie Glenger Donald Richards .lim Bradford Mr DeVoe Second Row Bill Hagerman Herbert Marietta William Pederson Paul Kennedy Hummel Keum Charles Abbot! Ronald Miller Ronald Mason Ronald Donaldson When first entering Central Schools In dustrial Arts Department and listening to the hum of its many activities one might imagine try whose craftsmen have been magically stripped of their age until they appear as youngsters Probing more deeply into the problems and program of industrial arts educa tion one finds a laboratory in which stu dents are working and learning a laboratorv in which progress is not measured in products of steel or wood but in which students learn to work plan and live constructive lives with their contemporaries and future workmen I other words the pupil is the product M terlals are but the essentials for whettlng his interest developing his work habits abilities and stimulating his interest to further en At Centarl the shop program includes op portunities tor a student to study problems of everyday living through planning and de veloping protects in the malor categories of drawing woods metals graphic arts and electricity The ninth grade boys as shown in the ac companylng cut were busily Investigating the latter field of study when the picture was made I . . , . . . . that he is surveying a vastly diversified indus- deavors. . . , , , I l . . . . . . . . . ' ' . n ' ' , ' ' . a- . LINCOLN JIUNIQR HIGH SCI-IUOL PRINCIPAL THORAP M DONAGH . BC A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University I LINCOLN Rowl Glenda Adams Eddie Bagent Carole Baird Roberta Balllnger Mary Banks Ruth Banks Thomas Barrick Sandra Biddle Roderlck Brshop Row 2 Mama Boell Manlyn Bodoh Wulham Bodoh Charles Boggs, Roger Boggs, Lowell Bowers Richard Bowman Claudra Brrngarten Garry Brookhart Row 3 Lmda Cuthbert Wrlham Dames Row 4 Paul Daugherty Margaret Donovan Shrrley Donley Charles Dupree, Reathel Elsman Betty Fee Betty Foreman James Fortney Linda Garrabrant Row 5 Justine Garrison, Jackie Goodwin John Grant James Green Wlllle Greene David Guest Edward Havnes Davld Holtz Donald Hone Row 6 Floyd Hosklnson Rosahne Hughes lawrence Hunt Ronald Jones Wllllam Johnson Frank Keaser Mary lou Keeran larry Khngler Herbert Koehler Row 7 Dean Kregleln .lanlce Lake Alan Lane Arlene Lane Larry Lane I K H . A if ' X - Y . I . I ' I I I . I . I . . . - . I . I . . I r D r ' l 1' ' " l Broseus, William Broseus, Judy Brutchy, Lanny Chesser, Duane Cline, Larry Cooper, Darlene Courson, Roy I . . 8 - I I . I . I I I I . D - . . . . I I I . . I . I , I - Y ' - l 1 ' r 1 1 . D A 1 I I - I ' 1' . I I 1 I - LINCOLN Row 'l Robert laughery Marlene Lmglo James loar Loretta Maddux Paulme Manson Phll Man tonya Sharon Markle Mary Margaret Martm Theresa Martm Row 2 Wllluam Martm Richard Mayhew Manms Don McVey Row 3 Donna Muller Shurley Mossman, Thora Moore, Peggy Mohler, Shlrley Neighbor Mary Ann Nethers Sally Newcombe Ruby Nichols Bonme Norman Row 4 Charlene Overly Roger Parr John Parrlll Davld Patterson Harold Phelps Norma Phllllps JIMMIO Roach Geralclnne Robmson June Robnnson Row 5 Patty Robinson Robert Romme George Shepard Dorothy Suclcles Mary Evelyn Skees Don Smlth Tom Smith Franklin Sorrell Carol Stauffer Row 6 John Stevens Rlchard Taggart Marllyn Trumble Jumor Wastes Betty Warrmgton Denzll Wetzel, Duck Wetzel David Wllhelm Gary Wlllnams Row 7 Gerald Wllls Janice Wlse Nancy Wolfe, larry Woodruff Anita Wooles Robert Wrlght , N., K A , v , Vg L M. , 1 lf 4: sl 1 Jerry 'McClain, Barbaula McClelland, Max Mceullough, Williard McFarland, David McKiernan, Stanley Mc: I I I I ' ' T I I I - - J 1 J I 1 J r J 1 T a I n 1 I , s I ' a . ' BOYS ENSEMBLE Seated left to rlght James Loar Richard Mayhew Davld Holtz Bob Wright David Guest Phrl Mantonya Paul Daugh erty Herbie Koehler Standing Miss Mary Hastings Roy Cuthbert Bull Bodoh larry Klmgler Frank Keaser Edward Haynes Wrllra Greene Gary Brookhart Charles Dupree Bull Darnes Franklm Sorrell James Roach Davrd Patterson accompanrst Muslc ns an Important part of the program to all ages and Interests As a result these at Llncoln Junlor Hugh School Under the dl boys have rendered deflnlte servlce to the rectuon of Mass Mary Hastungs, the boys en communnty by sungmg for servuce clubs, church semble has developed a repetotre appealing and communnty groups , x 2 5 5 li. . , ,lf 3 1 ,- I I ,B . .V I lt 1 of ' l .1 ' C ,ZW , . . W, S .3' V 1 NX X . V ' T . : I , I . V I I . I - I ' , . I .- ' I I I I I . I I I ' - I 1 f I 1 . , - ' 1 ROOSEVELT IIUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL EDITH FLEMING .S., Michigan State Normal Colleg M.A., Columbia Universit . . Aw , . 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', ' I . . . . - , ,,,, , - I ' T I I I I V I I I ' 2 I ' I I I I ' T I DRAMATICS CLUB Seated lclockwlsel Sandra Inscho lrnda Flannlgan Helen Tale Molly Phrllrps Nancy Shannon La Vonne Gander Mmam Srdwell Carolyn Hughes Jaclue Purks Marlene Mosher Pncllla Mercer Slandmg Stanley Smnh Mary Ann Vogelmler Sandra Klger Pamela GllUSlhQGf Mary Ann Pound Roberta Danford Beverly Brookover Mary Carter Muss MacNealy The Roosevelt Dramatlcs Club IS open to all a month Thus years group ns composed al fnost entirely of gurls as the boys trrne goes to sports actlvltxes Under the sponsor Muss Llllran MacNealy a one act play was given for Thanksgiving The club sponsored the Christ mas dance and will present the class play In May Members are Beverly Brookover Mary Car Gander Patncua Glaunsunger Prnscllla Mercer Carolyn Hughes Sandra lnscho Saundra Kuger Marlorle Mosher Linda Phllllps Mary Ann Pound Jackne Purks Nancy Shannon Mlrlam Sudwell Stanley Smnth Helen Tate Mary Ann Vogelrneler ninth grade students. 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Included in the annual are all of those things connected with the scenes and events of daily high-school life, such as pictures of the student body, clubs, band, and sports. The annual also contains write-ups telling of the activities of each club during the year and gives a complete resume of all athletic events. The annual staff is under the direction of Gordon R. Kingery. This year it consists of three seniors, four juniors, and one sopho- more. Members meet the seventh period each day. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council consists of representa- tives from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. They are elected each year by the stu- dent body. The council meets in Room 306 at 3:15 each Friday. The purpose of the Council is to act on any problems or business which confronts the stu- dent body. The group is divided into certain committees to carry out these duties. They are as follows: assembly, citizenship, election, lost- and-found, organization, publications, radio, scholarship, social welfare, and traffic. Any additional business is referred to a special group. The Council sponsored and participated in planning dances after football and basketball games, promoting homecoming, planning the P.T.A. open house, sponsoring assemblies, pro- moting citizenship week, supervising all school elections, checking articles which were lost and found, granting charters to all school clubs, awarding the scholarship banner, maintaining welfare proiects, and studying traffic and clean- up in the buildings. The officers for T952-53 were Kelly Goss, president, Daniel Stricker, vice president, Grace Bowman, secretary, Edward Beardshear, treas- urer. Mr. Frew C. Boyd was adviser to the group. f ' i.J ' BUSINESS STAFF The Business Staff was organized the latter part of October to solicit advertisers for the Reveille Annual. Each member was assigned several advertisers whom he savv personally. The soliciting of ads and collecting of money proved a valuable experience. Through this contact with the business world, each student developed the ability to meet and deal with other people. He also gained confidence in himself. Since this staff secures advertisements which partly finance the annual, it was in part re- sponsible for the success and quality of the book. PATRON STAFF The Patron Staff vvas organized to aid the Reveille Business Staff in financing the Re- veille Annual. The purpose of this staff is to increase the Annual budget so that the year- book can be sold at the same price, although the cost of production has risen. The members are given names of various citizens of the com- munity vvhom they seek personally. Names of contributors are placed on the Patron Page. The organization was formed after all pos- sible aspects of financing had been studied. Mr. Stoeckmann is the adviser of the group, which is in its fifth year of existence. ROOM AGENTS The Room Agents solicit subscriptions to the Reveille Annual. During the second semester this year they also collected class dues. Mr. Sfoeckrnann was their advisor also. QOlLlLlEGlE CLUB Senior students planning to enter college find the College Club a very helpful organiza- tion. This club's main functions are to acquaint its members with opportunities offered by va- rious colleges and universities, to help them select that college which suits their needs, and to give them a preview of college life. During the year representatives of various colleges in Ohio meet with the group and discuss ex- penses, location, and requirements of their schools. The group meets on alternate Mon- days. This year the officers are Winifred Austin, president, Mary Ann Smucker, vice president, Donna McCleary, secretary, and Marlene Reich- ley, treasurer. Miss Bertha Crilly is adviser. lFU'll"1URE TEACHERS The Future Teachers' Association was organ- ized in the school year 1948-1949. The next tvvo years the club remained inactive. Last year the club was re-organized. Its purpose is to present its members with problems and infor- mation concerning the teaching profession. The officers tor 1952-53 were Betty Oat- man, presidentg Lois Ann Dyer, vice-president: Joan Gard, secretaryg Sue Speer, treasurerg and Miss Helen Williams, adviser. Members ot the club planned to attend a convention in the spring ot this year. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS This year marks the thirteenth anniversary of the Library Staff. Members of this staff en- deavor to increase their own knowledge of how to use the library and to aid other stu- dents in taking advantage of library material and methods. The group is under the direction of Miss Helen Dorn. The staff is extremely helpful in increasing the interest of their schoolmates in this valuable department of the school. Students help in the library one period each day and are required to have knowledge of library methods. The group plans special bulle- tin boards during the year with special em- phasis ori Book Week and important holidays. LA RENAISSANCE F The purpose of La Renaissance is to acquaint first and second year members of the French class with the customs and culture of the French people. Members have tried to ac- complish this purpose by writing young peo- ple of their own age in France. They also corresponded with Sybil, a French girl. Officers for the year were Fanny Radwell presidentg Donna De Voe, vice-president Donna Parr, secretary, Jetta Atkinson, treas urer. Adviser was Miss Pauline NlcCreary. lElL CLUB DE ESPANOL The Spanish Club furnishes its members with a broader understanding of the language by studying about the customs and culture of the Spanish people. This year the club held quiz programs, sub- scribed to a Spanish newspaper, studied the opera Carmen, and had a party with a pinata at Christmas time. Officers for the current year were Paul Law- rence, president, Carole Richardson, vice-presi- dent, Jean Boyer, secretary, Harvey Lescalleet, treasurer. DER DEUTSCH-TE VlERlEllN All members ot the German Class automatic- ally become members ot one of the school's most interesting language clubs, Der Deutsche Verein. The club's purpose is to furnish a broader understanding ot the language, cus- toms, and culture of the German people. Programs this year included the translation of German letters from recipients of gifts dis- tributed by the Red Cross and the study ot the Bonn Constitution for the new West German government. This year's otficers were Donald Riley, presi- dent, Christine Richards, vice president, Claire Elaine Palmer, secretary, and Dwight Johnson, treasurer. The program committee was com- posed ot Claire Elaine Palmer, Nancy Bair, Richard Cartnal, and Thomas Markham. The club's adviser was Mrs. Sarah Krieg. FOLK MUSIC CLUB The Folk Music Club was initiated in Septem- ber of 1952 by a group of boys who were ex- tremely interested in this form of musical ex- pression. Twelve active members guided the group through a successful year. The club won second price for its float in the homecom- ing parade. On February 19 the group pre- sented a program of folk music over WCLT. Members of the folk-music band entertained for a father-and-son banquet at the Masonic Temple. The organization held regular meet- ings every two weeks and attended occasional parties at the Rexroth or Lindrooth homes. Officers of the club were Donald Lindrooth, president, Jack Lyons, vice-presidentg James Roberts, secretaryg and Paul Lawrence, treasur- er. Mrs. Mary Rexroth and Mr. T. E. Dickerson were advisers. BAND Newark High School's marching and concert band, under the direction of Myron A. Pearce, had another very busy season this year. The Band participated in school activities, civic events, patriotic events, and parades. During the football season, it attended all ot the games and put on half-time shows. The Band played at several community gatherings These included a short concert before the Pageant given during the Sesquicentennial Week in August, 1952, the Fun-Fest Parade, the arrival ot Santa Claus, and the N.H.S. Com- rnencement. Again this year, as in the past, members en- tered the District Solo and Ensemble Contests, which were held March 21 at Mt. Vernon High School. On April 9 and TO the seventh annual Spring Concert was presented. This year the second annual Band Festival was held in Newark, on May l and 2, under the direction ot Charles Minelli, Director of Music at Ohio University. CONCERT CHOIR This year there were ninety voices in the chorus, which is also known as the concert choir. This enrollment was the largest of the past few years. On the whole the group was a satisfactory choral ensemble, but there were no outstanding soloists. Wherever the chorus sang, it was well received. At the annual concert in May the choir tea- tured songs of Ohio composers as its contribu- tion to the Ohio sesquicentennial celebration. In addition, the chorus sang at different churches and for civic organizations. MUSIC APPRECIATION Music Appreciation enrolled only about halt as many members this year than in the past season. However, the club was lust as active. From gifts the club added to the school library An Introduction to Music, Bernstein, and the Contemporary American Organ, Barnes, in ad- dition to eight LP records from the Newark Music Study and Research Club. On January 9, Music Appreciation presented Audrey Good- man and Ken Nash, duo-pianists, in "A Pro- gram of Popular Music." ln May the club gave a program tor the Soroptimist Club. Ruth Ann Chaney and Mary Ann Srnucker gave Recitals Miniature. The group continued its magazine subscriptions for the library. The club sold popcorn at one of the basketball games. Officers were Mary Jo Williams, president, Lydia Oxley, vice president, Patsy Patterson, secretary, and Nancy Bair, treasurer. Gordon R. Kingery was adviser. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is made of students from all grades, preferably those Taking or having taken a course in science. its purpose is to acquaint students with science outside of the curriculum. They also learn how to deal with scientific problems which may confront them inside or outside of school. The program for the year consisted of mo- tion pictures and discussions concerning sci- entific affairs. The club meets once every two weeks. The officers are: Persident, Gary Priory Vice-President, Jack Southardg Secretary, Sidney Smarty Treasurer, Don Lindrooth. The faculty adviser was Mr. P. G. Steinberger. DISTRTBUTIVE EDUCATION All members of the high school Cooperative Retailing course automatically become mem- bers of the Distributive Education Club. The local club is affiliated with both the Distribu- tive Education Clubs of Ohio, which is the state-wide organization, and the Distributive Education Clubs of America, which is the na- tional organization. The purposes of the Distributive Education Clubs are CU to develop progressive leadership in the field of distribution, i2l to provide for an intelligent choice of occupations in distribution through exploration of opportunities in the field, C33 to create in each member an abiding interest in his chosen occupation through an appreciation of the opportunity it offers, C45 to encourage the use of high ethical standards in business, C55 to provide for mental and physical health through satisfactory social and recre- ational activities, and C63 to engender a healthy respect for vocational education and a desire to keep abreast of current developments ir business through use of the training facilities it offers, both in school and adult life. The officers of the club this year were Don- ald Turner, president, Robert Neff, vice presi- dent, Ada Davis, secretary, Donald Betz, treas- urer, and Alfred Lomas, reporter. Miss Ethel Angus was club adviser. SALES ORGANIZATION The Sales Organization is one of the school's service groups. Members sell refreshments at football games and the proceeds are used to buy articles needed by the school and equip- ment that will be used in furthering their own sales. Much of the money is given to the Student Councilg however, contributions are also made to other school organizations which are not self-supporting. A contribution to de- bate guaranteed a full season for that activity. During the second semester different clubs of the school sold popcorn at the basketball games to strengthen their respective treasures. The activity was carried on under the direction of Mr. Edward Stradley. The most important function of the club is to give interested pupils an opportunity to practice selling. These pupils do not render their services freely, but work on a commission basis. The club is organized and operated along lines that will give members of the group some insight into the functioning of a going business. The faculty adviser for this group is Mr. Stradley. On January 6, l953, the first meeting of the new year vvas held in the new Y.M.C.A. build- ing on West Church Street. Faculty adviser at this meeting and for the entire year was Robert H. Lorimer. Officers for the year were Robert Chapman, president, Dan Stricker, vice-presi- dent, Richard Horky, secretary, and Jerry Cross- mock, treasurer. Louis Ault was sergeant-at- arms, George Arensberg, chaplain. HLY 111 The Hi-Y Club for the remainder of T952 met every Tuesday night at 7:30 on the third floor of the old Y.M.C.A. The club invited a special speaker to its meetings so that the members could listen to subiects they found interesting. The purpose of the Hi-Y has been to help boys create, maintain, and extend a Christian char- acter throughout the school and community. ln addition, the organization stressed sports- manship and religion. RADIO CLUB The Radio Club was organized this year for the purpose of producing the weekly program It's High Time over WCLT. The club met every Wednesday at 3:15 to plan and rehearse radio shows. The program was heard every Thurs- day at 4:00 in the afternoon. Larry Brown served as president of the club and Judy Line- baugh was secretary. Kelly Goss was student announcer. Miss Joan Patton and Mrs. Wil- liam Barrick served as club advisers. The tol- January February B -Journalism discussion T5 Discussion, "Going Steady" 22 YMCA Opening ?9HNewark Youth Council 5 Folk Music Club l2 Central Junior Higli School I9 Basketball team interview 26 Debate fCommunisml lowing is a schedule of programs for l952- March 5C'SpeeCh Deparlmem lcomesl 1953: Speakingl l2ffRoosevelt Junior High School Oclobel' Qclzadlo Cllfb T9-fLincoln Junior High School 9-New-student interview 26YBand l6ASophomore interview 23-Homecoming tplayl April 2-Easter 30-Policital discussion 9AVocational Industrial Club November 6-Armistice Day l6'Key Club T3-Education play 23-Thegpmns 20-Discussion, "Elementary 30-Chow Readmg May 7-Y-Teens December 4-Public Affairs conference 14-Library Staff ll-Christmas CChorusl 2lfDebate I8-Christmas tReadingsl 28-fRadio Club DEBATE Two topics for debate for the school year 1952-1953 were "Resolved: that the United States should cooperate in forming a federal union of all nations," and "Resolved: that the NATO nations should form a federal union." The debate squad opened the season on No- vember 22 by attending an all-events tourna- ment at Dayton Fairmont High School. Here the debaters won the gold first-place trophy by tying for first place with Dayton Oakwood. On December 6 the entire squad attended the Central Ohio Debate clinic at Ohio State Uni- versity. Here they observed a demonstration debate and participated in practice rounds. At the Columbus North All-Events Tournament on December 13 the debaters again won first place for which they received a trophy. Eight debaters attended the tournament at Springfield High School on January 19. On February 9 all members participated in the All-Events Tournament at Delaware Willis High School. Here Newark won second place in A- division. The four senior debaters, Kelly Goss, Larry Brown, David List, and Dwight Johnson, received a trophy for winning first place in the district tournament of the Ohio High School Speech League on February 21 at Ohio State University. This win qualified Newark to participate in the state finals. At the National Forensic League District Tourna- ment held at Denison University on March 6 and 7, the senior squad had a record of four wins and four losses. The high point of the season came at the state finals on March 20 and 21 at Ohio State University. Here the senior squad placed third in the state of Ohio. 1 During the season Newark debaters partici- pated in 114 tournament debates. They com- pleted the season with a record of 64 wins and 50 losses. Also during the year members of the debate squad presented two radio shows on It's Hi-Time, debated at junior high schools, and held an assembly debate for the student body on March 19. CONTEST SPEAKING During the school year 1952-1953, nineteen students participated in speech-tournament work. This group was the largest to enter contests since the class was organized in 1948. Students who took part in several or all of the tournaments were Lois Ann Bob and Wini- fred Austin, original oratory, Jean Bachman, Miriam Farmer, Wilma Rogers, and Ann Wiley, oratorical declamation, Patricia Davidson, Di- ane Freshour, Larry Green, Joan Pickett, and Rosalie Plaine, humorous declamation, Nancy Davis, Margaret McGlone, Helen Mclntosh Patricia Metcalf, Patsy Patterson, dramatic rlerlamation: Lydia Oxley, Daniel Stricker, and Sharon Weakley, extemporaneous speaking. Tournaments attended were held at Dayton Fairmont, Columbus North, Springfield, Dela- ware Willis, Ohio State University, Denison University, and Muskingum College. Miriam Farmer received a first-place medal at Dayton Fairmont, Columbus North, and the Ohio State District Tournament. She also was winner of the first-place trophy at the district contest of the National Forensic League held at Denison University. Lois Ann Bob received the first-place medal at the Ohio State District and a second-place medal at the National Forensic League at Denison University. Lydia Oxley won the second-place medal at Spring- field and the first-place award at the Ohio State University district in extemporaneous speaking. Patricia Davidson won the first-place medal at the Ohio State University District in humor- ous declamation. Winitred Austin and Diane Freshour earned second-place positions in their respective fields at the Ohio State University District tournament. TOURNALISM CLASS For the first time in many years members of the Journalism Class discontinued the print- ing of the weekly news-sheet, the Reveille News, and have devoted their time to other interests. Their new aim was to supply daily to the Newark Advocate the happenings of high school, such as assemblies, debates, clubs, ra- dio programs, plays, speeches, and other activities. The class was responsible for the many different displays found on the school bulletin board every week. For the first time, also, they placed the list of honor students every six weeks on the bulletin board. The class met daily the seventh period with their adviser, members studied a regular text- book. Members were Lois Anne Dyer, Margaret Simpkins, Mary Goldsmith, Shirley Maddux, Gerald Prior, Joan Rader, and James Roberts. Miss Bertha Crilly was the faculty adviser. N f i C., KEY CLUB The Key Club is made up of outstanding high-school boys who show signs of initiative, scholarship, and leadership. Membership this year was thirty. Meetings were held in the Fiberglas Club rooms on Wednesday evenings at 7:30. At each meeting a speaker, usually from the Kiwanis Club, presented an educa- tional program. The Club was very active in school affairs. An outstanding achievement of the Key Club was their presentation of a nationally known magician in the high school auditorium on Oc- tober 7. The profits from this show were used to present the Armistice Day assembly and to perform other services for the school. The national convention last year was held at Chicago, Illinois, from June 18 to 24. The Club with the help of their "parent" Kiwanis Club sent Larry Brown, this year's president, and Edward Beardshear, lieutenant governor of Ohio from the third district, to the conven- tion. Officers for the current year were Larry Brown, president, Andrew Pryor, vice presi- dent, Edward Beardshear, secretary, and Roger Smith, treasurer. Advisers were Mr. Jack R. Hale of the faculty and Dr. William Myers of the Kiwanis Club. CHEERLEADERS Faithful Feline followers from football through track are the Newark High School cheerleaders, who are coached and directed by Miss Florence Myer. At home or abroad they may be seen cheerfully romping and skip- ping in front of stentorian groups, pepping up viewers and followers of the various athletic aggregations. Varsity members are four seniors and two iuniors, while the reserve squad has two iuniors and four sophomores. To qualify for cheerleading a girl must have leadership abil- ity and scholastic standing above average. Other duties of these girls are to make decorations for different sports banquets, plan pep rallies, and stir the throng at pep assem- blies. The varsity squad this year was composed of Marlene Reichley, Miriam Farmer, Helen Mclntosh, Jackie Loughman, Mary Jo Lusetti, and Saundra Culp. IUNIOR RED CROSS In its third year the Junior Red Cross is liv- ing up to the aims set by its founders in 1951. The Junior Red Cross is sponsored by the local Red Cross Chapter and works in cooperation with it. The organization is made up purely by voluntary membership. Because the Red Cross is a service organization, the Junior Red Cross tries to live up to this type of function- ing power. This year the club sold pencils with the Newark High Basketball schedule on them and Newark High Emblems. This was the maior project for the year. The officers were: President, Betty Leigh- tony Vice-President, Shirley Lambertg Secretary, Jean Leesg Treasurer, Barbara Hammond. The chief adviser was Miss Skinner. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY ln its first year the Contemporary History Club has been active mainly to establish a foundation for a strong organization. The purpose of the group was to promote study of current events either inside or outside the curriculum. Programs of the club this year were put on primarily by members. At the first meeting there was a panel discussion on Eisenhower's trip to Korea. The participants were Dwight Johnson, David List, Bert Moore, Sidney Smart, and Jean Boyer. It dealt principally with the analysis of his trip. At another meeting Miss Helen Dorn, school li- brarian, showed slides of her trip to the fol- lowing countries: Italy, Germany, France, England, Sweden, and Denmark. During an- other meeting Dwight Johnson and Donald Vaia gave a review of an article which ap- peared in the Atlantic Monthly. Jean Boyer at a meeting this spring gave a review of an article in ColIier's which dealt with Frank Lausche and his landslide victory. ln April a panel discussion was presented by Donald Vaia and Sidney Smart, who represented the Democrats, and William Rogers and Bert Moore, who championed the Republicans, in which a comparison was made between the first ninety days of the administration of Dwight Eisenhower and Franklin Roosevelt. Officers for the club were Dwight Johnson, president, Rose Ann Kubic, vice-president, and Lois Riggs, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Ralph Rice organized the club and served as its ad- viser. HONOR SOCIETY Through the efforts of Principal Frew C. Boyd and Miss Laura Hosick, a charter for the organization of a chapter of the National Honor Society was granted in February, l937. The obiect of this chapter was to create an en- thusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leader- ship, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of Newark High School. Members today must have a point average of 3.3 in order to be taken into the club during the last semester of their senior year. The members of the club were recognized in a school assembly on March 19. The Reverend L. A. Spring of Granville was the speaker. Miss Mary Ann Smucker enter- tained the student body with a music selection. On April 24, the annual banquet was held at Hull Place. The speaker was E. Harold Hughes, who spoke on his trip through Europe and showed slides. As in previous years, the club conducted a sales-tax drive to raise money for its treasury. Officers for the year were E. Lee Beard- shear, president, Mary Ann Smucker, vice- president, Ruth Feurriegel, secretary, and Gary Prior, treasurer. The adviser was Miss Flor- ence Boyd. YGTEENS The purpose of The Y-Teens is To Teach any girl in high school To work wiTh oThers and To help her communiTy. These girls are iunior members of The Y.VV.C.A. and have The same privileges as The adult Y.W.C.A. members. The currenT year opened wiTh a picnic aT which The Three Triangles Took parT in The rough iniTiaTion. The formal iniTiaTion fol- lowed a Tew weeks laTer. The club sold candy minTs To earn money for a dance. A semi-formal dance was held on April 6 and a square dance was held on April 25. The club acTed as hosTess To an area-day con- Terence for all Y-Teens in This disTricT. The officers for This year were, for The sophomores, Ann Wiley, presidenT, Linnie Leckrone, vicefpresidenT, Sue Speer, secreTary, Carol Hornby, Treasurer: Tor The iuniors, Rose Ann Kubic, president Evelyn lacobellis, vice- president Georgeanna Farquhar, secreTary- Treasurer: Tor The seniors, Shirley Maddux, president Kay Powell, vice-presidenT, Shirley Wiley, secreTary, Olive BruTchey, Treasurer. X 'HJ LOOKWG FOR PROSPECTS W O THE wzaocxrs some QF we FQIRER SEI, F A UNITEDWE STA ND if. r"""' REOP THE SAM 'lm 'Sm f,,Y fMmg,,,.,-gf , 'sLEePmGATC.1Ncy?r. U 4 55 4,1 "Qi ff' at lx .--H ! AXY5 .XX 1 fV" X Zips- 5. v, wm1wmmm ' 1- . - 'if " ' ' , XJ .J A If ij, fr" "M -"A.K ' - f l ' A -1 . ' W. ...JY-rv '-'3.Q,Cl 2" N Q - e- N V 'W ' .- L - . .Q R . 4. . ' ,ff V -gf: .f i'---'- - FW, "12':jg f'? 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Ji' gf 'W 'Nf 4 r055mOC Rnd Hg saw VARSITY FOOTBALL , 'T am Rowl lawrence Jacobs Robert Morrison Robert Teuscher Robert Yost lewrs Ault Davld Oder Edward Wnsener Tnmothy Rehbeck Donald Blowers Thomas Church Row 2 Donald Rrley Roger Smlth Marvm Borlng Robert Steele John Fields Joseph Bending Jeff Erlksen Richard Love Marvm Smuth George Dupler James Bendure Roger Mathews Row 3 Donald Grove manager Joseph Carlo head coach James Allen assustant coach Leonard Wnlhelm back held coach Robert Chapman Thomas Kurk Jerry Crossmock Robert Cam Paul Reed Donald Flowers Assistant coaches Wrllram Olmstead Edward Allen Manon lowks John McDonald manager Columbus East, the Vrctors On September 12 1952 the Newark Wnldcats oftuclally opened therr season by playing the East Tsgers Due to a weak turst half the Cats dropped thelr opener to the speedy Columbus East Tigers 6 to O East was able to score early In the game but the Wildcats although deep In Easts terrntory several times could not score Runnlng by Marvm Smith Bob Mor ruson and Tom Kxrk was a threat to East s defensive team Passing by Rog er Smith and receiving by Bob Chap man and Roger Matthews also added to Newarks drive John Frelds sparkplug of both of tense and defense had to leave the game because of an ungured rsght knee Blockrng by Newarks forward wall was good and should nmprove wuth additional experience Newark Columbus East Wnldcats Outscore Polar Bears Although Newark got off to a slow start again thus week they were able to down the strong Columbus North team 32 to l3 North scored ea lv In the gam and a performance of the prevlous week seemed about to be re peated The tlrst Newark touchdown scored next when John Flelds blocked a Polar Bear punt Marvm Smith turned out hlghest scorer as he crossed the goal Inne twice wuth tlyung teet Torn Kurk untercepted a North pass as rt sanled toward :ts recelver and scamp ered tor another touchdown Newarks blocklng and running lm proved greatly over last week s game wnth East lhe game was played Sep tember 19 Newark Xlorth . . I I ' I I , I I' I ' I I . , ' . . r ' - e I I I . I I was made by Dick Horky. Bob Steele ' r ' . . , . I . ' I l U 1 - us,, 0 o 0 0-- o r o I3 l2 7--32 6 O 0 O-- 6 6 0 0 7--l3 Chlllrcothe Loses to Cats The Newark Wlldcats got off to a fast start to wzn their opener un the Central Ohuo League wlth Chnlllcothe at Whrte Fneld September 26 Newarks flrst touchdown was scored by Bob Morrison Bob Steele kvcked the extra polnt whsch was later to decade the game for Newark The second Wildcat touchdown was made by Tom Knrk Steeles placement was wlde Although most of Newarks team was euther suck with a cold with rn fluenza or wnth nngurles they showed frne spnrlt and a wall to wan over the highly rated Chnllrcothe team Newark h lllcothe Cambrldge Trlps Newark On the fateful nnght of October 3 or the furst tnme In thirteen years Newark lost to Cambridge to the tune of seven to six Both teams were even ly matched and drd not score untll the last quarter Newarks defensrve team played a great game agalnst the Bobcats tricky offense Outstandrng 'obs were turned nn by John Fields and Bob Steele The Wrldcats offense was slowed up by the loss of pass catchnng Bob Chap man Cambridge also had a very strong defense and stopped the Wlld cats wrth only sux pounts Marvrn Smvth scored from the eighteen yard lun on the statue of liberty play Newark ambr dge Marietta Bows to Newark The Newark Wildcats defeated Mari- etta I9 to 6 to tue for second place wrth Zanesvulle on October 10 Marvin Smith speedy Newark halfback scored on a reverse with fourth down and nnne yards to go Marvun scored agatn fom the fourteen by gorng through the center of the Marietta lrne New ark had great blockmg on thus play Although Newarks offense was sluggush tackle Larry Jacobs put the game on Ice when he intercepted a blocked Marietta pass and ran 90 yards for a touchdown Newark 'Vla letta Blue Devils Trounce Cats On October l7 the Zanesville Blue Devils regarned face for their earlier loss to Cambridge by luterally runnrng away from the Newark Cats by a score of 40 to 7 The frrst Zanesvnlle score came early an the fnrst quarter when the Devuls Apperson showed the Carlomen the back of his lersey The Newarkltes fought gamely and galned a lot of yardage on the passes of Roger Smith and catches of ends Duck Horky and Bob Chapman The Cats were set back another sux points when Zanesvulle calmly scored agarn The extra pornt was good and the second p ce Blue Devils stlll l d l3 to O Newark fought gamely for the rest of the half but Zanesvulle crossed the O yard llne once more The place klck split the uprrghts and the half ended with the Devils ahead 20 to O The second half was played almost ldentlcally to the frrst Newark finally scored rn the thnrd quarter A series of passes from Smlth to both ends set up the score Chapman snared the scor :ng pass and Newark had ther only score of the game Steeles krck was good The Devils scored thrice more to end the game 40 to 7 Newark Zanesvrlle I , , t- ' , ' ' I l . . ' ' ' ' 6, 6 0 6 6 7--19 ' ' , , -' 6 0 o 0 6-- 6 ' I I - f I 6 7 6 o o--13 B N : s ' 6 o 6 o--12 - 1 I "'+ . . . I 1 l I Q - I- ' la ' ' e . ' - ' e - - a 4 , . - 0 o 0 6-- 6 ' . ' c s o o o 7-- 7 - - , cccc , sac,ss,ss 6 o o 7 o-- 7 ' ,,scs as 7 13 13 7--40 Dover Skins Cats The powerful Dover football team tacked the Wnldcats skln to thelr barn door October 24 when they outscored Newark by an overwhelmxng flgure of 40 to 14 Newark looked good In the furst half Roger Smuth passed a touchdown pass to Marvun Smtth lun lor back but nt was nullified by a New ark offslcles On the next play Smith s sllngtng arm cut loose wlth a pass to end Bob Chapman for the score Steeles place ktck spllt the uprvghts This scornng drnve took place after a series of ground gaunlng plays which ended when Bob Morrison went over for the first score of the Cats Steele s knck was as good as the second one a Newark failed to score during the second half whale Dover had no trouble racklng up sux potnters The game ended wtth Dover leadmg 40 to 14 John Flelds and Don Flowers turned In good defensive records and Krelgbaum of Dover made a spectacular fifty yard run Roger Smuth had a good passing record completung ten out of twenty seven attempts Newark Dover Lancaster Downs Newark lt s sad but true The Golden Gales won the ferocious battle for fourth place In the COL by a score of 28 to 14 on October 30 The game was dominated by Lancaster from the flrst ktck off Slayter the biggest Gale ever to blow out Newarks fare plugged the ltne successfully with his 260 pounds Lancaster was the first to score a touchdown Horky was benched after several attempts to catch Teuschers passes for he had an off nlght New ark scored sux potnts on a series of runs and passes The klck was good The Gales scored once more to make the score 21 to 7 The Wlldcats scored another sux pounts and the extra was good The half ended wnth the Gales blowtng on the Cats 21 to 14 Lancaster scored durlng the second half John Fields was seruously un lured durung the last part of the game He suffered two compressed vertebrae Hts condntuon was later reported as um pronng Hts flrst words after con sctousness were Wxll I be ready to play next week? Newark Lancaster Coshocton Nlps Cats The Newark Wildcats ended up their 1952 season with a tough loss to the Redsknns from Coshocton on November 7 The Redskins started the ball rolling ID the flrst quarter by running ahead of the Cats by sux pounts The Wildcats came back to tue the score tn the second quarter at sux all Both conversion at tempts failed Newark tallied another sux polnts to end the half wnth a score of 12 to 13 an the Redskins fa vor Newark rallted to lead on the thnrd quarter 18 to 13 Everythnng was look :ng up for the Newark team when Co shocton scored a touchdown and a conversion late In the last period to forge ahead 20 to 18 Thus the game ended with Marvm Smuth Duck Horky and Bob Chapman scoring for New ark Roger Smith and Tom Kurk spear headed the drtves setttng up the touchdowns Newark Coshocton . - ' I . , . l . I I ' l ' ' ' I t . - ' ' - 7 7 o Of-14 7 14 7 0--28 , . . . ' ' I and the score stood 14 to 13 at the 1 - - - h lf. - - , - so 7 7 0 O---14 ' , , 13 0 7 20--40 . . . . I I ' - M ccccs L L 0 12 6 oe-ta . , 6 7 0 7--20 John Fields Don Flowers Richard Hor FUOTBALL SUMMATION VARSITY SEASON SCORES Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus East Columbus North Chillicothe Cambridge Marietta Zanesville Dover Lancaster Coshocton Spring Football Scores March 27 at Manetta Apnl 2 at Newark Newark 7 Newark Marietta 12 Marietta The 1952 Newark High School Wild cats left behind them a record of three wins and six losses in the season s play The team was under the dlrec tion of a new coach this season due to the resignation of Ray Schick Joe Car lo assistant coach was voted into the senior mentor 'ob Newark High was honored this year by the appearance of Don Swartz on the Ohio State starting offensive line up Swartz played for the Wildcats in 1949 50 Also playing college foot ball were Eugene Campolo Tom Bald ing and Findley Chappelear The lat ter two played for the Ohio University freshman team along with Bob Vann Gene Campolo played for the Muskln gum freshman this season George Riley who played in the backfield for Newark the same years that Don swartz was onthe forward wall played a lot of ball for the Baldwin Wallace eleven James Blane and Richard Hen dren ruffed up the opposition for the Muskingum varsity From these facts it is evident that Newark has turned out some good football players Following the closing of the 1952 season a banquet was held to honor the Red and White varsity Letters were awarded to the following play ers Lewis Ault Joseph Bending Mar vm Boring Robert Cain Robert Chap man Jerry Crossmock George Dupler, ky Larry Jacobs Tom Kirk Roger Mat thews Robert Morrison Paul Reed Tim Rehbeck Marvin Smith Roger Smith Robert Steele and senior manager Don Grove Gold footballs were awarded to Marvin Smith offensive back John Fields outstanding offen snve lineman Bob Cain defensive back and Don Flowers defensive line man John Fields was awarded two trophies at the dinner One was spon sored by Coach Joe Carlo for the out tnon was based on the players citizen ship grades attitude and a'thetic ability The second trophy was the yearly Phi Sigma Chi trophy which IS awarded to the outstanding lineman of the year John along with Don Flow ers was named honorary co captain Coach Carlo and assistant Coach Allen were presented with gifts from the team by Representative Flowers When the 1953 Central Ohio League team was picked Newark placed two boys on the first squad Their names were John Fields and Don Flow ers Roger Smith Marvin Smith Bob Chapman and Bob Steele were on the honorable mention list The retiring seniors this year were Lewis Ault Marvin Boring Robert Chapman lerry Crossmock John Fields Don Flowers Richard Horky Larry Jacobs Tom Kirk Robert Mor rison Roger Smith Robert Steele and senior manager Don Grove X l , 1 0 13 32 13 13 ' ' 12 6 ' 7 19 ' 6 7 ' 40 14 40 14 28 18 20 18 . . 6 1 ' I r 1 l ' I 1 ' I ' 1 Q Q I I ' ' I I I . . - I ' . 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X, X Ch Af ed ' 4 Y f -I 1' + 9 51 ' ifiggg , J 1 fm x , ff U X M..,,f'N X XJ QEWA x QWHQ X f XXMSK x g' X L-XUGHTER YOUNG Rx C22 XXX., MFNTHELUS K f X F7 QEUWQRQ W7 K X 21 EWAR ff gkxxff' Ai Emwsm X QXU X 2 .H ' , Q g,,.... i' an up EUNTH BUTLER Ml, gm 291115 V flew H x ' F 4 - Y '51-ul u A x 'M . Ek W M Ip :if X ig N,'fQ- mqyQW Nigg I ' 6 RA ,X 22, ,,., . J S a AM E f , Y , ,ff RX f x f of F W X M? ix! l , i5f"?fff:fVy,X ff!! . K? gfgwi X'g X "ff 1 fr: V Q A I 2 L vq Qf ' . ? Lf i N f L...- 1 7:25 it Q Q iss pg, Siifw K fi?-4' xj N J 'iff' ,ixxfiiga L 7- v N714 N x4 Q ' f San 4 X X XVI! ' n XA J, xf JN 'jx X QNX ,MN X I S I ,Q 7 . i Rig: N 1 "ff I , 'ZH' x, '-J Q 2 ...Q ' ' LQ - 2.'Q.3'3.P"'7-'51 , f , f if? kb ' ' If ,,4 LK if f 44 1 L x M Rx 3 gl 44 1 A- , 2 tj, f 1 C 4 VARSITY BASKETBALL Row T Frank Tomlmson Roosevelt Crumpton Geoffrey Erlkson Marvln Smlth Roger Matthews Wrllram Butler Coach Robert Chapman Manager And ew Pryor Newark Lassoes Cowboys The Cats got off to a fast start this season by downing the Columbus West Cowboys by the score of 52 to 49 on thenr own court November 28 Four of Newarks startnng players broke unto the double scormg column wrth Drck Horky and Don Young getting T4 and T3 points respectively The Cats were behlnd all th way In the fnrst half but broke unto the lead early ln the third quarter and were never head ed by West The taller and faster New ark team outscored the more expert enced West team and the final score rested at 52 to 49 Newark Columbus West Newark Downs Zanesvllle The Cats tnumphed on their own court Fruday December 5 for their first COL wrn by downmg Zanes vrlle 47 to 34 Zanesvnlle used a stall Ing offense the flrst few minutes of the game but Newarks superior skull cracked their defense wlde open New ark was on top at the end of the flrst quarter wrth a score of 8 to 3 The second quarter was much like the flrst and at the half Newark led 20 to T6 The Cats pulled ahead rn the third and stayed ahead by a wade margnn Duck Horky was top scorer wrth T8 while Roosevelt Crumpton tallied T6 Newark Zanesvrlle Wildcats Rlp Marietta Newark won its second CO L vc tory agarnst Marretta Frnday Decem ber TT at Marretta The Rlvertown ers proved small competrtnon for the Cats Newark held a 3polnt lead In the first stanza and were ahead 29 to 12 rn the frrst half The Wrldcats kept pourung It on and the frnal score was 60 to 36 Stoneburner and Horky were the bug guns rn Newark s attack Horky gettrng 8 goals and 4 free throws and Stoneburner gettmg 7 goals and 6 from the chanty lrne Newark T3 Marretta T3 l l l Max Douglas. Row 3-Manager Thomas Trimble: lea Slaughter, Donald Young: Chalmer Stoneburner, Richard 'Horky , r . l D . . . . - , - 4 Y VYYYYYVVYYV Ytt. 8 T2 T5 12--47 G ' f I ' . .. ,, ,,,,,,,, 3 T3 5 T3--34 I I . l . - T2 T4 T5 TT--52 I I T3 T2 TO T4--49 - ' I 1 . ' ' ' - I . . fy 'A ' ' ,uu,uuuuuutu uuu..uu u,,.uuu t , T2 17 18 -ao . - ' ...,.,...........,,...,....,. .. 9 3 Tl --36 Wildcats Nip 'Skins The Newark Wildcats notched their third straight C O L vlctory and fourth wnn of the season by defeating the stubborn Coshocton Redskuns by score of 50 to 4l on the Senior Hugh co.Jrt on Frnday December lf? The game was closely contested untll the fourth quarter Leading by only four pomts comung out of the third perlod the Cats exploded for elght points to ctznch the game Dtck Horky led the Douglasmen In scornng wlth 15 ponnts collected on seven goals and one char tty basket Newark oshocton Mt Vernon Quintet Hands Newark First Setback The Wildcats were knocked out of the undefeated ranks by the fast mov mg Mt Vernon Yellow Jackets at the victors gym on Saturday December 20 The sharpshootlng Yellow Jackets averaged 54 per cent of their shots to rack up 68 points to the Cats 54 Mt Vernon also engoyed a margin at the foul lane Duck Horky dropoed In 18 polnts to head the Newark scoring cor umn whrle Chalmer Stoneburner and Bob Chapman plucked in ll and lO ponnts respectnvely Newark Vlt Vernon Wildcats Crush Lancaster Comxng through wrth one of their best shootnng performances of the sea son the rangy Newark Hugh cagers made the rest of the C O L take notice as they trounced the hugh rated Lan caster crew 75 to 44 on December 27 an the Mulberry Hugh gym at Lancas ter The Cats had a fnght on their hands ID the frrst period and led only T5 to T3 at the quarter mark They led easily the rest of the game and thus got a sizable revenge for the upset they suffered from Mt Vernon This game clnnched therr fourth COL win and fifth of the season Chalmer Stoneburner led the Cats by scoring 18 pornts whale Duck Horky managed to sack 16 Newark ancaster Wildcats Claw Cavaliers The Douglasmen racked up victory number frve in the C O L Friday Jan uary 2 when they hut on all cylinders to turn back Chillicothe by a score of 63 to 45 In the Cavaliers gymnasium The Cats had their zone defense work ing perfectly and led the entire game Coach Douglas used has entire team with eight men scoring Stoneburner Crumpton and Horky getting 32 polnts among them Newark Chullrcothe Cats Smother Tornadoes Newark playung on nts home floor crushed Dovers hapless Crimson Tor nadoes 65 to 33 Saturday January 3 The Wildcats were never behind In the game They took a 6 to O lead before the Tornadoes scored on a free throw Newark outscored the visitors 24 to 4 In the thzrd cuarter For Newark Sm h tallied I l and Crumpton got 20 points on sxx fneld goals and enght foul shots Dover Bobcats Stomp Wildcats On January 9 1953 the Cambridge Bobcats found the Achilles heel f the Newark Wrldcats as they beat the Red and White 56 to 35 at the Cam bridge Armory Gomg into the game the two teams were In a deadlock for leadershlp nn the Central Ohio League The Cambridge team held a 24 to9 lead at the end of the first half hold Ing Newark to only one fleld goal in each of the two quarters Buddy Thomas of the Bobcats kept hrs 64 frame rebounding as he had complete control of the backboard Don Young 64 senior scored 16 pornts for the Douglasmen as he held the second hnghest score for the night The set back placed Newark In second place among the Central Ohuo League stand ings Newark Cambridge ' a I' ' ' , I4 12 I0 14--50 ' ' - c 5 as B ll T3 9--41 - ' 1 t 5 as I4 I3 20 16--63 ' ' , U, 5 17 'll 12---45 ' I I 1 I . 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' ' o H , . . 15 I8 TB 24--75 ,..... , ,,,YY.,.,. , ,,Y,,, ., 4 5 8 T8--35 L , , 13 9 T4 8--44 ' ,,,, W T4 lO 14 'l8--56 Wuldcats Kull Luons The Newark Wuldcats skunned the Bexley Luons on January 10 un the vuctors gym to gaun revenge for the trouncung they suffered at the hands of Cambrudge the nught before B ll Butler a furstlune sub dropped un 11 pounts durtng the furst suxteen munutes of play to spark the Cats to a 53 to 39 vuctory At the end of the furst half of play the Newark bucket pluckers led the Bexley team 27 to 15 Com ung back un the second half of play Newark lengthened uts lead to w1n the contest Duck Horky funally found the basket after several off nughts to score eught pounts un the thurd and fourth peruods Newark 15 Bexley 10 8 16- Blue Devuls Nup Cats Fruday January 16 was a bad day for th e Wuldcats Newark played good ball for three quarters however pounts un the funal quarter whule the Blue Devuls rupped the nets for 14 pounts Chapman paced the Felunes wuth 13 pounts 10 from the fueld and three from the charuty lune Butler also earned scorung honors wuth 10 pounts The funal score was 55 to 54 un favor of Zanesvulle Newark 0 Zanesvulle 4 Newark Romps Over Marietta Newark Hugh Schools Wuldcats smashed Maruetta 69 to 50 Fruday January 23 un Senuor Hugh gymnas uum Newark held a commandung lead over the unvadung Tugers except un the last munutes of the furst quarter when they led only by two pounts Goung unto the funal peruod the Wuld cats led by 27 pounts Coach Douglas used hus enture squad of 11 men wuth 9 of them breakung unto the scorung column Bull Butler a uunuor pa ed the Wuldcats attack wuth 21 pounts Don Young flupped un 14 pounts Maruetta 12 20 Newark 2 18 Newark Skuns Coshocton The Wuldcats racked up theur tenth wun of the season Fruday January 30 at Coshocton The Braves tryung for an upset out scored the Cats for the furst seven munutes of play At the end of the furst stanza the score was t d at 11 to 11 Newark outplayed Coshocton un the second and thurd quarters and held a 15 pount lead go mg unto the funal peruod The game was very rugged wuth a total of forty personal fouls called and four players foulung out Duck Horky and Don Young led the Cats wuth 19 and 14 pounts respectuvely Newark 12 Coshocton 18 On Saturday January 31 the New ark Wuldcats avenged theur defeat at the hands of the Mt Vernon Yellow Jackets at theur last meetung by crushung the Jackets by a score of 52 to 38 The Vernonutes started out fast and buult up a 17to5 lead early un the game The Cats slowed the pace and were traulung by only fuve pounts roundung the quarter mark Newark kept cuttung the Mt Vernon lead and forged ahead at the half 24 to 21 ln the thurd stanza the Cats pulled ahead to a seven pount ad vantage When the funal whustle blew the Wuldcats had a fourteen pount lead over the Yellow Jackets Stoneburner racked up suxteen pounts on fuve goals and sux free throws Marvun Smuth a uunuor scored ten pounts along wuth playung a fune defensuve game Newark 15 Mt Vernon 8 1 ' . 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YYYY,Y A ,s,,, ..,, 1 7 4 9 -38 Newark Drubs Lancaster The Cats won their second victory over Lancaster Friday February 6 on thetr home court lt was the Cats eighth straight wln on their own court and their twelfth of the season The Wildcats lumped off to a seven point lead in the first quarter and were ahead 36 to 23 at the half Newark made 31 field goals compared to 14 for Lancaster Horky Young and But Ier ripped the nets for 48 points The final score was 70 to 46 Newark 19 Lancaster 1 Newark Stomps Chillicothe Friday February 13 was a bad day for Chillicothe on Newarks home floor The Douglasmen simply over powered the Cavaliers pumping to a 19 to 6 lead In the first stanza The Cats kept right on rolling and were leading by 10 points at halftime The final score was 68 to 51 Newarks smooth attack was well balanced with Horky Stoneburner Butler and Smith all hitting the double columns They had 60 points between them Newark Chillicothe Cats Flash by Tornadoes Newarks terrific Wildcats hit on all cylinders as they turned back Dover 70 to 47 on Friday February 14 at Dover lt was the Cats second win over the Crimson Tornadoes Newark ripped the nets for 25 goals and 20 out of 20 charity tosses The Cats held a flrstquarter lead of 11 points and were ahead 39 to 15 at the half In the third stanza Dover staged a slight rally and outscored Newark 19 Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark to 18. Young, Butler, and Horky all hit the double columns in scoring, with Butler and Horky getting 24 and 20 respectively. Newark O 13 Dover 13 Bobcats Out Drive Wildcats The Cambridge basketball team on Friday February 20 in the local gym completed their first undefeated sea son in several years by trounclng the Newark Wildcats by a score of 57 to 43 Newark was leading the visitors 12 to 9 at the end of the first quarter but lost their lead during the second stanza and trailed the sparky Bobcats 28 to 14 at halftime lt was clear to see that the Bobcats controlled the bankboards for the remainder of the contest The Wildcats were a serious threat to the Cambridge Cats in the last half but were never able to stop their fast game The game came to a close by another Cambridge de feat This team won the COL title this year while Newark took second Butler Young and Stoneburner led ln the scoring column with thirteen ten and nine points respectively Nlewark Cambridge 15 Season Games Columbus Wet Zanesville Marietta Coshocton Mt Vernon Lancaster Chillicothe Cambrndge Bexley Zanesville Marietta Coshocton Mt Vernon Lancaster Chillicothe Dover Cambridge Tournament Games DlS'fICf Lmden McKinley Columbus Central Mt Vernon Columbus South Reglonal Sandusky Bowling Green State Girard Mlddletown N19 2 18 -70 , , W 8 7 19 -47 I I I t . 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Q 3 , ,, ,g:,:4,g' xg . wi fif . fgwwwdf 2355 ?Hi VARSITY TRACK Row 1 Frank Beatty Robert Caun Lee Slaughter Charles Deeds Chalmers Stonebu ner Rucha cl Horky Donald Flow ers Geoffery Eruksen Robert Yost Row 2 Edward Bradley Arthur Grugsby Larry Claggett John Moore Roosevelt Crumpton Marvun Smuth Fundley Chap Cats Defeat Gales 98 20 The Newark Hugh School track team started the 1952 sprung season by wunnung ITS fuust dual meet at Lan caster Tuesday afternoon Aprul 22 ceuvung 98 pounts to the Gales 20 Marvun Smuth and Robert Caun were double wunners for the Wuldcats Smuth funushed furst In the 100 and 220 yard dashes and Caun placed furst In the half mule and mule Jerry Buxton took both the 120 yard hugh hurdles and the 180 lows Don Flowers lumped 19 feet nune and one half Inches to wun the broad lump and fuve feet two Inches to take the hugh lump Smuth won the 100 In the tume of 10 7 Buxton ran the hugh In 5 2 seconds Horky tossed the duscus 11 1 feet fuve Inches to wun and Deeds won the shot put by a toss of only 38 feet nune and one half Inches Tugers Claw Cats, 61V2 56V2 On Aprul 29 the Columbus East Tugers paud a vusut to Whute Fueld Sta duum to face the local thunclads The Cats led up to the last three events the Tugers Jerry Buxton took furst place In the 120 yard hugh hurdles and thurd In the 180 yard low hurdles Marvun Smuth latched a second In the 220 yard dash a second In the 100 yard dash and a furst In the broad uurnp The mule run was won by Bob Caun wuth Frank Beat ty thurd Other Newark fursts came In the pole vault duscus shot put and mule relay Bradley won the vault Deeds tossed the shot Horky threw the duscus and the relay team CSlaughter Eruksen Chappelear Baldungj took the mule In three munutes 42 seconds T I . I I I r I . r I ' I . I r r I ' l I . pelear, Thomas Balding, Leroy Carter, Robert Teuscher, Jerry Buxton. 1 I ' 1 - I I I I I j 1952- Newark WON all 14 events, fe- however, two of these were taken by . . . , , - ' . T - I I - . . . n - . 1 I t ' ' D I . I I ' I I . . . 1 I l I I I I ' . , . Maruon Harclung Outclasses Newark 67 52 Marlon Hardung Hugh School s classy track squad defeated the Wuldcats 67 to 52 un a dual meet whuch had been planned as a truangular meet wuth Lan caster also The Cats took sux furst place events Jerry Buxton skupped over the 120 yard hurdles for a furst Lee Slaughter funushed furst un the 440 yard dash Newarks nufty 880 yard relay team composed of Jeff Eruksen Fundley Chappelear Tom Baldung Lee Slaughter raced to vuctory un one mln ute 35 4 seconds Don Flowers pucked up several pounts un the fueld events Flowers won the broad lump and fun ushed furst un the hugh lump Eddue Bradley took the pole vault event wtth a heught of 11 feet 3 unches Maruetta Wms Suxth C O L Meet The Maruetta Ruvertowners won the COL track and fueld meet for the suxth consecutuve year by the score of 85 pounts Newark was second wuth 81V2 The meet was held at Whtte Fueld on May 3 Glen Davus of Maruetta set a new record un the 180 lows by steppung off the course un 202 and by breakung, thereby, the record of 20 6 set by Ruf fle of Maruetta un 1951 Newark vvunners were as follows Baldung, the 100 yard dash, Baldung, Eruksen, Smuth, and Chappelear, the 880 yard relay, Slaughter, the 440 yard dash, Slaughter, Baldung, Chap pelear, and Eruksen, the mule relay, Deeds, the shot put, Horky, the duscus, Smuth, the broad lump, and Flowers, the hugh lump Chullucothe won thurd place wuth 50V2 and Lancaster was last wuth nune Cambrudge dud not send a team Cats Outrun Cowboys 69 49 On May 13 the Harlowmen played host to the Columbus West Cowboys and defeated them 69 to 49 Fundley Chappelear set the pace for the Cats by takung a furst un both the 100 yard dash and 220 yard run postung tumes of 10 3 and 22 5 Don Flowers leaped over the hugh lump at 5 feet 8 unches to cop furst place un that event Duck Horky threw the duscus for Newark whule John Moore hurled the shot Bo h boys snagged furst places un these events Fennumore however nosed out Lee Slaughter un the mul run guvung the Cats a second un that event Another Cat truumph was the 880 yard relay un one munute and 34 5 seconds The 880 relay team con susted of Baldung Smuth Eruksen and Chappelear Newark Takes Fourth un Dustruct On May 17, at the Ohuo Wesleyan track un Delaware, Paul Harlow's Wuld cats claumed a fourth un the annual Central Dustruct Class A track and fueld meet by scorung 25V2 pounts Bradley copped the only furst for the Harlow aggregatuon by soarung over a bar 11 feet 9 unches un the a r Deeds took a second un the shot put Flowers earned a tue for thurd place un the hugh lump Smuth leaped to second place un the broad uump The mule re lay team of Baldung, Smuth, Eruksen, and Slaughter squeezed a fufth Spot The 880 yard relay team of Baldung, Smuth, Eruksen, and Chappelear cap tured a second Baldung got a fufth un the 100 yard dash, Chappelear, a thurd un the 220 " A 'Y . ffl' :-A1245 -1 1' ' - - -.612-:-:g.-bsg.s...1' f ...,, r .Q :gt-.ggqx ' Y' -1 ' , . cms-,. we-f , , -2 tr af' 3, 1 1' 4 ...A ,.' ,fs . . 5 1 Q I, ' "',r-' ttf ms- f .f , , ,gc an viuo- f . . , . . . . . 1 1 1 . . . , . . - - I I ' - ' 1 T . . 1 1 . . . . i - I , . 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' ' Flowers Gets Fifth In State Don Flowers placed flfth In the hugh lump In the state funals of the Class A Hugh School Track and Field Meet held at The Ohio State Unlversuty staduum on May 24 Marvin Smith rated a seventh In the broad lump although has leap did not place Qualufymg for the meet were Chappelear an the 220 Smrth un the shot put Bradley rn the pole vault and Baldlng Chappelear Smith and Erlksen an the 880 Summahon Bug news of the 1952 track season was the ellmlnatlon of the Newark Relays Begun on May 4 1940 the Relays had become one of the most colorful events of the entire athletic program of the hlgh school As time went on however fmanclal problems dogged offlcnals who trued to put on the event successfully The bug rea son for nts funal collapse was the lack of downtown support Through the nanced the meet The group obtalned funds to purchase awards and medals Each year however the assoclatuon found the task of ralslng between frve and sux hundred dollars to produce the Relays uncreasmgly dufflcult The meet an late years was costmg the Athletic Assocnatuon app oxumately S250 Ac cordung to Athletlc Dnrector Paul Har low the last meet H9511 grossed at the gate nlnety dollars whereas the cost of the meet was S800 Thus loos Ing flnanclal battle sealed the doom of the Newark Relays after 1951 During the 1952 season Newark defeated Lancaster and Columbus West whsle the Cats bowed to Columbus East and Marlon l-lardung The Harlow men ranked second In the C O L track and fleld meet and fourth In the dls trnct Donald Flowers rated flfth In the hugh lump at the state meet Graduatmg nn 1952 were the fol lowlng thrnclads Thomas Baldlng Fundley Chappelear Charles Deeds Gerald Buxton Edward Bradley Frank Beatty and John Moore Wu. 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CROSS COUNTRY The 1952 Wildcat trotters competed an four meets thxs season The flrst was In Columbus against the Columbus Cowboys of West Thus was a triangle meet rn whnch Upper Arlington the thnrd team was the runner up behind Newark who IH turn ran up behind Columbus The Cats were only sux pomts from a frrst place The next meet was held at the Moundbuulders Park on Route 79 The Cats worthy opponents from Worth ungton outran them by 31 pomts A second meet was held on the mounds makmg the third Newark meet and the second contest wnth the Columbus Cowboys West once agaln ran away from Newark by a score of 19 to 43 The fourth and final entry of the season was In the dlstrlct meet held at Marlon Newark placed seventh whsle the Marlon team ran off with tzrst place Columbus West Columbus West Newark Newark Upper Arlington Worthington Dustruct Meet Newark Newark 7th left to right-Bert Moore, John Sharon, Harvey Lescalleot, Donald Brown, Raymond Miller, Raymond Wagers, James Roberts , . . . 1 ' . 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X yu ,J f X f fx , 1 25 ' Lf Xu 3 , ,I 3 x X X X 35 QL 4 K 4 f ' M XH.5Q,g SW cw. f'Z'w ' -fm ,,. . 4 T f'f"'llaZltlL ' ' VARSITY BASEBALL Rowl Donald Cantor louls Mitchell Robert Vann Donald Young Ned Nehls Gene Helmlck Thomas Karla Roger Matthews Rnchard Cartnal Rrchard Gardner Row 2 A B Long Robert Powe Phlllp Wllklns Robert Mornson John Massle Robert McCalg Eugene Campolo Cats Wm Opener Over Gales 1 0 The Wnldcats won theur season opener at Lancaster Aprnl 22 T952 on the Mxller Park dnamond The Long men scored thenr lone run In the flrst lnnlng when Wllklns led off with a single moved to thlrd on a faelders cholce and an error and then scored on an error by the shortstop Duck Cartnal s pltchung was one of the hugh lights of the game as he gave only fave huts The wlnnlng pitcher was Cartnal the loser Robunson Newark Lancaster Blue Devrls Down Cats 71 The Zanesvnlle Blue Devnls scored nn four of their sux Innings to hand the Newark Hugh School hardballers their fnrst defeat of the season 7 to 'I at pltcher allowed only three huts and whsle at the plate he collected two hits himself and drove ln three runs Charles Weaver and Bob McCalg both poked out doubles whale Tom Kirk whacked out a slngle for the Red and White Bob Morrnson and Gene Hel rnlck shared the mound dutses Mor rlson was charged wlth the defeat Newark Zanesville f t 1 - , K Charles Weaver, Guane Gale, Elton Walson, James Lewlis. I U l . 3 , 5 . I 5 Rl' X If Q... I Zanesville. Clay Bryant, Zanesville V X ,i ' I ' l 1 - ' r Q 1 r l l I ' ' ' ' o o o 1 o o 0--1 ' ' ' ' I A ,, , ,l l 0 O 2 3 '--7 . . . , I I , . . I . - I , , 'l O 0 0 0 O 0--'l , , ,a,,, N 0 O O 0 O O 0---0 Walclcats Rack Up Wan Over Westervalle 4 3 On May 2 the Newark Hagh School baseball team rallaed for two runs an the last half of the seventh annang to defeat Westervalle 4 3 an the Central Dastract Class A tournament game at the Whate Faeld daamond Westervalle started the farst annang wath three runs whale the Cats hesatated untal the last half of the saxth to score Louas Matchell trapled and scored on a sangle by Roger Matthews Gene Campolo then caught hold of one of DeWatts patches and laced Out a double scorang Matthews from farst Bob McCaag started the Newark seventh wath a sangle and took second on Closes bad throw to farst Newark Nestervalle Parates Down Cats 7 5 ark of Bally Southworth who was scoutang for the Boston Braves the Central Parates overwhelmed the Cats by wannang a second round Cen tral Dastract Class A Tournament game Newark led Central an the early an nangs only to have the Parates second sacker Phal Oren blast a double scorang two teammates Phal s brother Paul Oren banged a traple whach brought has teammate across home plate The Parates added two more runs for good measure and the game ended wath Central an front 7 to 5 The leadang hatters for Newark were Phal Walkans and Louas Matchell wath two hats each Brooks and Morlan slammed two doubles for the Parates Dack Cartnal and Bob Morrason were on the mound for Newark wath Mor rason beang charged wath the loss Ed angton started for Central but Pete Cook took over an the saxth and was gaven the wan Newark Central Cats Fall to Lancaster 1411 On May 7 the Waldcats dropped thear second straaght game an fave starts Newark started off wath four runs on four hats an the bottom of the farst annang to take the lead 4 to 2 But the Newark nane was held hat less untal the saxth annang by the smooth patchang of Lancasters Gerker The Cats startang patcher Gene Hel mack was taken out an the second and Cole replaced ham After gavang up three runs and strakang out three men Cole was replaced by Massse Massae gave up four runs Newark an a lastannang rally faaled to tae up the game after scorang fave runs Leadang hatters of the game were Weaver wath two hats and Cantor wath a double Massae was charged wath the loss Newark Lancaster Cats Edge Redskins, 5-4 On May 12 the NHS Waldcats squeezed by Coshocton by one run Thas was Newarks thard wan an sax traes Phal Walkans the Cats lead off man walked He then stole second and scored on two errors Charles Weaver assured the Cats lead by scor ang on Roger Matthews sangle after hattang one hamself Two more runs came an the fourth when Bob Vann scored on a wald patch by the Braves patcher Pew and Gene Campolo dashed across the score plate on Dack Cartnal s sangle Vann scored agaan an the fafth on an error Bob McCaag made an error whach gave Pew the chance to cross home plate The Red skans sparked an the saxth to score three more runs to no avaal Weaver banged out three sangles for the Cats Cartnal was credated wath the wan Coshocton Newark . a Q a 1 I a . . .I l . ' v , , . . ' . , . . - a 1 I . . . I ' I I - . . I Q C o o o o o 2 2-fd ' ' ' ' 3 0 O 0 O 0 O4--3 ' ' ' I I - . , ,,,,,,, 4 O 0 0 O 2 5--ll On May 5, during the visit to New- 'ac'cc'cc's' ' 2 l l 2 0 4 4-44 . I I . , . . , , . . . ' ' ' I . . . . 1 ' ' 1 . . . a 1 . D I - 1 1 I , . ' . . I . - - - . , . . . Q l I . - . . . . . D I I , - . ' , . . . I ' - , - I l a . . . I ,, ,, ,,.. I O O O 0 4 O--5 0 0 0 0 1 3 0--4 , 0 0 0 2 O 0 5--7 H 2 0 0 2 1 0 w..-5 Cats Down Mt Vernon 7-4 The Newark Hugh School baseball team brought nts 1952 season to a close May 15 at Mt Vernon by de featnng the Yellow Jackets 7 to 4 for the teams fourth wln nn seven starts Charles Weaver smacked a home run In the fsrst but Mt Vernon came back wlth one run In the second Newark clunched the game by sending fuve men across the home plate Singles by Campolo and McCaug bases on balls to Weaver and Knrk and an In field single by Vann added fnve runs before the unnmg explred Matthews scored the Wnldcats fmal run In the :ng second and scorung on Vann s bunt Mt Vernon scored one run ln the snxth and two In the eventh Mc Caug and Vann both collected two huts each Bob Morrlson was crednted with the wan Newark Mt Vernon Baseball Summatlon 1952 Wunmng four games out of seven starts A B Longs hardballers put up theur unnforms on May 15 Playlng a short but actuve season the Wildcats defeated Lancaster Westerville Co shocton and Mt Vernon and dropped to Lancaster lon a second encounterl Columbus Central fun a game wut nessed by Bully Southworth scout for the Boston Bravesl and Zanesville The season opened on Aprul 22 Sensors who graduated from the ranks In May were Eugene Campolo Rrchard Gardner Robert McCalg R Edwin Nehls Robert Vann and Charles Weaver Lewus Mitchell trans ferred to Cranbrook and John Massle dld not return to school , . , . . I , - , ' . . . , . . ' ' 1 I ' , . . , . . l I 1 . I I ' . . , . D . . fourth as the result of walking, steal- - . I . , U a 1 D I . . 0 - . . - . , , . . . . f I 1 5 o 1 o o o--7 I . ...ss I 0 0 0 0 I 2--4 . RESERVES Row 'l Robert Strolhers Charles Beach Donald Brown Raymond Muller Gene Thompson Row 2 Darwm Watson Ralph Franklin Sam Shackelford James Balr larry Swlck Donald Roderlck Thus years reserve team ended the season wnth seven wins and ten losses Three of their games they lost by two points or less For the whole season, Newark was outscored 639 to 633 They started the season very poorly wmmng only three out of eleven games After that they showed much were Strothers and Beach with ll5 and ll4 ponnts respectively One game that contained human rn terest was that between the Reserves and Roosevelt Junior Hugh School In whnch the son of Coach Harlow played for Roosevelt Coach Harlow found has feelings paradoxncally mlxed Newark Newark Nlewark Newark Newark Newark Newark Nlewark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus West Zanesvxlle Coshocton Mt Vernon Lancaster Chnlllcothe Dover Bexley Zanesvulle Roosevelt Coshocton Mt Vernon Lancaster Chulllcothe Dover Cambrxdge ' ,,cccccc,,, 33 ' ., ,,,,,, , 37 ' , , , ,Y ' ,,,,,,, . 26 , , I a...,a at so . C - - .eY..eAVVVV V 36 .,,,,,, , - ,,,,ev.,.....cc 45 ,,,,,,, H ,,,, , improvement. The leading scorers Newmk "------s's"' gg Ca""b'ld9e W-- ' ' ' . C aaaaaaaaa as . . , ,, ,, 51 - ,.,, , 43 . ,, . . . frffiiivif 40 - ' f . Y . 47 , ,, ,, 36 ' RESERVE FOOTBALL infix. low T Wllluarn Anderson Davld Cocanour Freddy Taylor Lee Klenn Terry Powell Raymond Wagers Borlm Vande- vondor Mgr Neal 0 Bnen lollrman Charles Beach Wllllam Koonh Larry Vermillion Row 3 Mgr David Evans Reber! Strofhers John Clemmmgs Fores! Croihers Donald Bromboclz Raymond Muller Dar wln Watson Paul Orr Gone Thompson Jack Wolsan! The l952 Reserve team ended thelr season with a wln over the Lancaster Reserves Thus totaled with the sea son s scores read three wlns and four losses The gunlor Cats won over Lan caster Grandvnew and the Junuor Hugh All Stars The team promuses to supply the 1953 varsuty weth a lot of good maternal The season s scores read Newark O Johnstown l2 Newark O Granvnlle 34 Newark T3 Upper Arlington 19 New ark O Summit Statlon 27 Newark 20 Junlor Hugh AllStars 6 Newark I9 Grandvlew O Newark 7 Lancaster 0 T 1, T , A , , .. --. ,-,,n.0 3 T, fl so gaps-, L low 2gMgr. Ralph lfranklin, Elton Watson, Donald Holbert, William Queen, Kenneth Spence, Larry Swiclz, George ' I I . , - 2 , ' ' 2 , ' 2 - - I , 1 - . . . , ' A 1 , I I l ' l I HUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL Row 1 left to rught Dale Knerr Ronald Glover Thomas Teuscher Carl Reed Wulluam Duffy Don McVey Ralph Rose Duck laurd Douglas Grandstaff Kurby Gull Manager Row 2 Manager Bob Morrus Duck lane John Stuphun Charles Abbott Duck Shockley Duck Roth Ronald McDonald Danny Evans Robert Culp Ronald Coleman Row 3 Coach Leonard Wulhelm Robert Oder Bull Martun Tom Hartman Bull Darnes Don Bowman Larry Woodruff John Sumpson Dan Ault Coach Edward Allen JUNIOR HIGH SCOREBOARD Juruuor hugh school football was re organuzed thus year after havung been dropped from the lunuor hugh school curruculum several years ago The pur pose of the program has been to ac quaunt boys wuth football fundamentals and to traun them un the hugh school system of play In addutuon ut attempt ed to create a greater unterest un the game among students un the uunuor hugn schools The team won fuve games and lost one only to the Newark Reserves Members of thus team were students from the four lunuor hugh schools of the cuty Coaches were Eddue Allen of Luncoln a nd Leonard Wulhelm of Roosevelt Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Cambrudge Johnstown Reserves 0 Newark Reserves Lancaster Cambrudge Lancaster I - ' I I ' I I I l I I I ' . 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I I I2 7 20 ' ' . 34 0 . 57 ' 13 34 0 GOLF F anklm Shlbler Thomas Tnmble James Rnce Wlllnam Klstler Coach Maxwell Douglas The 1952 golf season opened on Aprnl 21 when Newark bowed low to Coshocton V2 to 11W Newark s devas tatlng defeat at the hands of the Red sklns set the pattern for the remainder of the season Max Douglass Kittens lost to Granville 2 to 6 and 3V2 to SV2 On May 7 the squad dropped another match to Coshocton V2 to 15V2 O May 8 In a triangular meet with Chnl lncothe and Zanesvnlle Newark and Zanesvulle earned goose eggs to Chnl lncothes 16 points May 13 was the date of the mutual contest of the Central Ohuo League golf meet The match was played on th Zanesvnlle Country Club course The Chillicothe Cavaliers won the affalr by rolling up 345 team points Zanes vulle was next wlth 363 followed by Marletta with 378 Coshocton 381 and Newark with 416 Members of the 1952 Cat squad were James Rrce captann Wllllam Klstler Frank Shrbler and Thomas Tnmble r 1 1 1 1 - ' Q . ' . 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SPlElElDlBAlLll., Row 1 larry Olnver Carl Brooks James Walton lynn Denms James Amcolantes Rlchard Mmer James Green Row 2 Robert Crandall Ruben Hahn James Barr Phlllp Wnlkms Franklm Tomlmson Thomas Trumble Charles Clme Robert Powe Roosevelt Crumpton Row 3 Wlllnam Butler Robert Denner Garry Wharton Donald Young Chalmers Stoneburner Andrew Pryor lee Slauglt ter Eugene Helmlck Donald Brown Duane Cole Mr DouglGS Durmg the fall basketball and golf coach Maxwell Kipp Douglas called out the athletes who partncupated m any sport except football These boys played speedball which helped them to get In condltlon They met four nights of the week at Everett Fleld Pnnclples of the game combme parts of the games of football basketball soccer and hockey The game IS played wlth a soccer ball and has two teams consisting of eleven players The game starts wlth a kick off and uf the ktcked ball ns caught by a member of elther team It may be passed as a basketball until It rs dropped or untll at touches the ground whereupon It can not be touched un tul It as klcked into the alr There are three ways In which a player may score A goal kick as In soccer which has to be kicked under the crossbar of the goal post counts three points a pass as In football counts two pomts and a dropklck counts one Personal fouls are the same as In basketball T " 1 1 1 1 I 1 - - 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 , . 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GIRLS SOFTBALL Row l Ula Chesser Charlene Darkes Patricia Atwood Beatrice Hotchkiss Miss Myer Carol Nunes Norma Baugh man Lois Crawford Carolyn Muller Angela Dr Blasno Row 2 Sarah Mathews Martha Rldenour Jean Boyer Duane Schon Barbara Hartman Janet Kerns Dorothy Welsh Charlene Bell Georgeanna Farquhar Carol Knorr Sally Kerr The gurls softball league during the sprung season of l952 was very un successful Because of the conflict wnth other extra curricular actuvmes teams participated In only two games Captanns of the teams were as fol lows tor the seniors Loss Spellman for the lunlors Jean Boyer and Bea truce Hotchkiss for the sophomores Carol Knerr and Carolyn Muller Carol Knerrs team of sophomores havnng won both of thewr games played was considered the best team Outstandlng players for the gunlors were Frances Berger Alice Jean Boyer and Beatrice Hotchkiss Valuable play ers for the sophomores were Janet Kerns Barbara Orr Saundra Culp and Carolyn Muller r 9 berg Lois Argabright, Lois Spellman, Patricia Wheeler! Mary love, Rose Mary Farmer, Nancy Smith. Row 3-Mary Lou Buckle I I I . . . I - U I I I I I I GIRLS BASKETBALL Row I Mass Myer linda Koblentz Cynthia Whlte Martha Rnd nour Fatrscra Atwood Nelda Arnott Charlene Darkes llnnre lackrone Sandra Makrls Betty Donaghue Row 2 Phyllis Crego Patsy Courson Janet Felumlee Lols Argabrlght Joanne Hendrickson Charlene Bell Sondra Hobbs June To'ancl Edna Robertson Row 3 Barbara Sommervrlle Beatrice Hotchkiss Alvce Jean Boyer Ula Chesser Nancy Smith Janet Kerns Judy Cunningham Angela DlBlaslo Mary Goldsmith Row 4 Twlla Stafford Kay Shaw Donna Nelbarger Janet Hend lckson Ma y Jo Lusettu Nancy Burn wid Sharon Weauley Georgeanna Farquhar Rosemary Farmer Sherrie Roberts Row 5 Joan Shnvely Margie Smnth Pat Metcalf Nancy Mount Carol Hornby Sue Speer Carolyn Grady Barbara Courson Joann Farnham Ann Wlley Mary Ryan Row 6 Carol Knorr Mary love Nancy Smart Patty Davrdson Two Sewer teams Captamed by son, and cymhta Rtchmond made up Beatrice Hotchkiss and Ula Cbesser two 'Umor teams captarned by Janet Kerns and Carol Knerr, and four sophomore teams captalned by Mary RYao 5 sophomores had Woo the mos' Ryan Joan Farnham Janet Hendrick games the grrls basketball league I , y H9 x I I ' i I I I I . 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I I I I I I I I ' 1 At the time of publication, Mary . , , I I - ' GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Rowl Mlss Myer Barbara Courson linda Koblenz Cynthia Whlte Mona Hoffer Joanne Farnham Carol Hawluns Dianne Freshour Edna Robertson Carolyn Grady Row 2 Patncla Atwood Marlene Rector Phyllus Crego Lou: a Aga bnght Joanne Henclnckson Nelda Arnott Charlene Darkes Sandra Makrls Llnnle lecluone Betty Donaghue Row 3 Betty Coventry Norma Clay Beatrice Hotchkiss Alnce Jean Boyer Ula Chesser Nancy Smnth Carol Hornby Margaret McGlone Sue Speer Row 4 Rose Marte lamb Carol Myers Twlla Stafford Patncla Shaw Janet Hendnclcson Mary Jo lusettl Nancy Burnfleld Sharon Weakley Georgeanna Fraquhar Rosemary Farmer Carol Roberts Row 5 Gma Buckey Duane Denny .loan Shlvely Margie Smith Carol Knerr Mary love Nancy Mount Pat Metcalf Sherrle Roberts Mary Ryan Row 6 Carolyn Muller Nadine Cannon Sue Morrow Nancy Smart Patncna Davidson Angela DI Blaslo There were enght teams ln gurls Joanne Farnham, Janet Hendrickson, volleyball league Senuor teams were and MBVY RYBU The season ended with a he be N Id A h T b Tween Joanne Hendrnckson s Team and e a mon le lumor eams Y Joanne Farnhams Team The sopho Na'lCY Hobson and Carol Knerff 'he mores edged out the seniors In the sophomore, by Lrnnue Leckrone, playoff game 9 I I . ' I . ll I, l I I I . I capfained by Joanne Hendrickson and . , ' -LSKWLLX W MR MZ X127- .gg ,f"'-'dm' .fy ,A 1f ?'6' X fff ff ofsrfefcr CHAMPS K I A25cfofv,4z CWJXWPS 5721 75 Rufvwfes up f kj sfcow ffv 004, Q A fx Wafzfzf me 75 ' Q! M5255 :rr-,, fqfg' .fw, ggxgwyw . Qpf .f V '2 Q if .DZY Nq , 'xv NE, I X X ' xx . x X KDREAN WAR CASUALTIES John Edward Jones nn lunror Kung Class of 1 on 1SOllC l ' ' 1 , X X 1 ' l l ' ' .X- Ke efh. ' ' s 1948 lohr Th was Cirur, LIL s 237 N'N'N'E52',l J , Q ,ff xxzfxzxszr :H : :sz:::1v:fvfxf: ,if f4:zczQ,'VV:1a-fQ: PA1 RUNS Mr. , . . 'ley . . . I K. Dr. . . To ' - ' - . . . r . . . i . . r. r . . . rl r A . . m . . , . J . . ' ' . r. . . h r. . . . . . '. , e . r. . . . ' k r. z mr , ' . ' L15 2:axXMNANMwxvf and Mrs R B Wx Dr Stewart Seclgvvnck Mlss Lefha Headlee Mlss Dorothy Sklnnev Dr John L Chynovvefh John D Jones and Roderuk N Jones A S Bur n Mrs H A Campbell Mr and Mrs Byron B Wllllarns Dr and Mrs Paul C Grove Mr and Mrs Kennefh Alspach M and Mrs W A Hiatt Ms R L Wllha S Dr S G Roush Miss ' lhan McNealy Msss Naomr Alspach M and Mrs C E Jones Mr and Mrs Hom r Dupler M Al G Hoff: nw Dr W C Myers Mr Frevv C Boyd Mnss Louadw Morgan Mr Robert De Voe Mr and Mrs George Stoeckrnann Mr and Mrs M R Oxley Dr O P Cook Mass Nsna Keckley Ms L M Kr eg M and Ms D F Farmer Mr and Mrs L B Walters Msss Helen Wlllaarns Mrss Ethel M Angus Mrs Mary Rexrolh M E C Ku n Mr John H Duncan D and Mrs R C PIC el? Mrs David R Krngery 1952 53 CALENDAR AUGUST Football practnce gets underway Practrce game wlth Columbus South Newark U91 Columbus South C65 SEPTEMBER That nnevntable fxrst day of school' Senior class organuzed Newark defeats Columbus West 7 to O In a practrce game at White Field Jumors hold orgamzatuon meetlng Sophomore class nommate officers at organlzatlon meet mg First Student Councll meetung of the year held Pep assembly Newark edged by Columbus East In the frrst game of the season East C135 Newark CO5 Class offtcers announced Newark 1323 vtctoruous over Columbus North U35 Dance an the gym after game sponsored by Student Counctl W Emerson Scott presents assembly program fllm en tutled My Canoe Trlp to the Arctic Wtldcats wan tlrst COL ttlt of the year by deteattnq Chlllucothe l3 to 12 Sophomore and tumor pictures taken for the Revenlle Free X rays guven to seniors at Ohio Power Company Wnldcats lose to Lanraster 27 to 0 Teachers vneetnng No school' NOVEMBER Mock electnon held Ensenhower vuctoruous' Fmal semor tackle at Whute Fteld Coshocton edges Newark 20 to 18 The Reverend J S Bolen speaks at Armustuce Day as sembly Armnstlce Day No School' Annual football banquet Newark Hugh Shool basketball team vnctorlous over Denlson Jumor Varsxty Mr Ralph Race and eight students attend conventuon an Columbus Debaters and contest speakers travel to Dayton Debate tres for first place Mlrlam Farmer recelves fnrst place un Oratorucal Declamatlon Thanksgtvung vacatlon Newark lacks Columbus Cowboys 52 to 49 tn basketball DECEMBER Dr Rowland Myers noted authority on words and language speaks on the Romance of Words Cats wan fnrst COL vlctory of the year by dowmng Zanes vnlle 47 to 34 O OCTOBER Mr Haaker well known psanust presents concert In as Ftrst Its Hugh Tume program of the year over WCLT Newark edged by Cambrtdge 7 to 6 In excntmg game Assembly featu mg Mr Howard Cleve Shows movle Ammals Unaware School dlsmussed at 230 PM so students mlght hear vu epe :dent candidate Ru hatd Nrxon speak Carlomen defeat Maruetta 'I9 to 6 Pep assembly Candldates for homecomrng queen presented Newark defeated by nts old rlval Zanesvllle 40 to 7 Queen and attendants voted for and the results an nounced Margie Bntton ns the lucky gal' Pep rally at Whlte Wneld Huge bonflre speeches by the team and cheers Homecommg' Pep assembly In the afternoon Sensors wzn fnrst pruze for float Dover spolls occasuon by de featnng our W ldcats 40 to Homecomung dance music by Wayne Martm Mr and Mrs Jack Owens present their talklng Mynah birds nn assembly program Joseph Ellls from Java presents entertaunlng pogram Pa aduse Unknown Newark raps Marletta 60 to 36 for second COL vlc tory Debate and contest speaknng attend contest at Colum bus North Vrctoruous agaln' Newark l5OD Coshocton MU Chrustmas vacatuon begms Sad but true' Mount Vernon C683 Newark l54l Back nn the wmmng column' Newark 75 Lancaster JANUARY Stull going strong' Newark 63 Chill: othe 45 Wildcats whntewash Dover 65 to 33 Vacatuon over' School resumes Tony Gauer from Swutzerland presents Interesting assembly about his homeland The school chorus entertanns the Opttmlst Club at Its weekly meeting Second defeat of the season suffered at the hands of Cambrxdge Cambrrdge 56 Newark 35 Muslc Ap preclatlon presents two talented Dennson Unuversuty stu dents Audrey Goodman and Kenneth Nash ln a two piano Concert 30 ' . 20 A l 31 ' ' . . 29 ' ' 1 . 6 . . . . q 7 . 2 ' ' ' - 'lO . . ' ' - 3 ' ' . , . . - . . . H , q V I 4 ' ' ' I L 4 y 17 . 5 1 . V I n ' 20 ' c ' ' I2 . - ' 21 . A I' . ' IB ' ' - . HAH 19 ' ' . ' ' I -A . - A . 4. . . . . . ' 22 .. . ' , ' 28 ' ' . 26 . . . ' I ' , . I b 5 l ' 29 . . ' . - I l V f . D . ' l - -- I ' I . . . I . . sembly. 2 . , . . I 3 ' ' " . 7 i' . 1. ' I ' ' . 17 . ' ' 20 u - ll ' - ' ' f , I2 I ' Q ' ' . .. '- 13 . ' - I9 ' ' I ' . , . 20 . ' , . 27 . . . . I 44. ' 2 ' ' . . , ' 'c . t 3 ' ' . 5 ' . . 23 ' ' . ' , , I . 6 . . . . 24 . D . . . ' ' s 14. ' . ' , , - . 25 ' 5 ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' . 27 . . ' ' , ' . Nevva k l53l beats Bexley l39l to get back ln the wan mng column Sophomore Class entertams student body wuth annual assembly Mass Patton and Mrs Barrlck accompany speech groups to Springfield Furst semester exams begun Wild ats whip Marietta 69 to 50 Newark Youth Councll presents the Reverend Wullram Alexander nn Youth Week assembly Wnldcats defeat the Redsktns from Coshocton 54 to 45 Revenge IS sweet' The Douglasmen whip the Yel low Jackets from Mount Vernon by the score of 52 to 38 on thenr home court FEBRUARY The HIY presents M Donad Hoag member of the YMCA staff rn assembly Many lnterestmg facts con cermng the new Y are related Wlldcats wln agaln' Newark 70 Lancaster 48 Debate and Contest Speakxng travel to Delaware Newark makes It sux In a row Newark 68 Chlllcothe Pep assembly In the audltortum Wlldcats defeated by Cambrudge COL champs 57 to 43 Brotherhood Week assembly un audntorlum State Dustrlct contest for debate and contest speakung IS held at OSU Newark wuns ftrst place In debate Contest speakers take fave out of sux flrst places Newark defeat Columbu Lunden McKunley to tn the Central Dustruct Class A tournament Wtldcats defeat Columbus Central 57 to 46 to earn a place In the semlfnnals of the Dlstrxct MARCH Douglasmen whlp an old tnme rtval Mount Vernon an a thnller 41 to 40 Newark wlns the Dtstrtct Tournament by defeatlng Co lumbus South 46 to 40 On to the Reguonals' Debate and contest speakzng attend N FL tournament at Denison Unlverslty Mlrlam Farmer wrns fnrst place In Oratorlcal Declama tuon and Lots Ann Bob takes second In Orugunal Oratory at the N FL tournament Pep assembly honormg basketball boys Don Young presents trophy to the hugh school Snxty boys go out for sprung football Jumors present class assembly School dlsmlssed for afternoon so students can leave for Toledo Erght hundred Newark fans watch the Waldcats defeat Sandusky 53 to 4'l In the first game of the Reglonals Newark does rt agam' Wzldcats wallop Bowlnng Green 58 to 30 to wan Toledo Regronals I6 Assembly In honor of Coach Douglas and the team More trophles presented to the school No school' Four bus loads of students plus many un prtvate cars follow the team to Cmcunnatt Douglas men show thetr deslre to win by defeating Girard 40 to 39 In the State sem: fznals Newark defeated nn the State funal 73 to 35 by a fme Mlddletown team Second In the State Isnt so bad! Sheriff McElroy leads caravan from Cuncunnatu e team ns welcomed home by 2500 tn front of the hugh school 'Vlob Day Assembly nn the mornnng to honor Max Douglass Wuldcats who are runners up In the state tn basketball Even the sheriff and chtef of police are there In the afternoon a Wnldcat strike as Mr Ed Into the burldung only at Mr Boyds request Another long assembly sessuon during which both stdes of the Issues as to whether school would contmue or whether school would be drsmlssed for the remainder of the day are presented from the stage Admnmstratlon coaches and students speak Three of the team present their vrews Young says he thinks the revolt took place because the students have not worked off the excess energy buult up over the week end Butler and Horky support the walk out In rebuttal to thelr statements Mr Douglas says that somewhere along the lane he has falled to xnculcate true championship and leadershup character In them At 3 30 In the after noon Mr Edwards accepts the vote petmon of the student body to request the Board of Educatlon for March 24 off He says he would recommend the desmussal to the Board but wuth the statement that the student body had shown dlscourtesy to the admxnlstra txon and that never again would the admtnustratlon take actuon on student afterthought Confurmatuon of the dlsmussal IS broadcast at sux oclock during the Stout newscast The Newark basketball team and coaches attend movue at the Mtdland where they are honored for thelr recent success Wtldcat Day' No school The team spends day Columbus as guests of the Ohno Leguslature and a guests at a banquet of the Ohuo Sheruff Assocuatlon The student body spends the day ID no fnttmg recogm tton or demonstration of the team s accompllshment Prelnmrnary State Scholarshup tests gtven In the after noon Scholarshlp tests continued thus mornmg Elks sponsor dance an honor of the Newark and Salnt Francus basketball teams Holy Week servtces sponsored by HIY begun T e Reverend Doctor J B Rosemurgy of the First Metho dust Church speaks '- ' r. l , l . ' I 20 . - ' 51. l l ' - I . . .' . n 1 Q . . , 22 . . . .. Th S 3 A ' 5l 34 I , - 4 - I 23 r . . wards calls lt. Congregating in front, stludents come 24 ' . . in 25 . . A . . . - ' 26 ' ' ' ' . I I . 27 I Q ' ' 30 ' , '- , ' . h 'O 31 Damatlcs flass presents Green Valley In the hugh school audntoruum The Reverend Robert E Games of the Holy Trnmty Lutheran Chur h deluvers the message in chapel APRIL gellcal United Brethren Church as the thlrd Holy Week speaker Results of Prelumunary State scholarshup tests announced Holy Week services concluded with the Reverend R B Frederuck of the Furst Church of the Nazarene as the speaker Newark defeats Martetta 18 6 In a sprung football game 36 Easter vacatuon Bunny Hopp sponsored by YTeens held In Central QYm Daniel Strncker serves as master of ceremonies for the YTeen HY assembly Annual basketball banquet held at the Central Church of Chrust 10 Newark Hngh School band uses the Ohio Sesquu centennnal as the theme for rts annual concert Rhys Davles lectures on the sublect Brmsh Secret Servuce In assembly TedJ Parklnson presents Wnldlufe Wonders of Yel lowstone Honor Society banquet held at Hull Place E Harold Hughes shows plctures MAY 2 Band Festival Flnal Dnstruct State tests given Chorr presents annual concert Semor Class presents assembly Sensor Class play Mother Was a Freshman JunuorSemor Prom Sensor Exams begun Sophomore and rumors begln exams Issuing of caps and gowns 31 Baccalaureate In school auditorium JUNE 2 Sensor practuce at Whnte Fneld 4 Commencement for the 1953 class of Newark Hugh School at Whxte Fleld 5 Fnnal chapel for the 1952 53 school year 22 . ' " ' ' - 24 ' . . . 1- ' . 2 . , . . . 5 ' . ll ' 15 ' , . 16 ' - ' . 26 ' ' . 28 s ' .' 4 . 29 ' . 30 . ' A ' 1 1 The Reverend Evan D. Jones of C. E. Memorial Evan- 2 ' ' . 3 . h . . ' 6 , - ' 7 ' ' ' . . . 8 13 . . I ,, .. ' ' I yfafffemkmx AAA Service Company Abbott's Shoe Store Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam, Company, The Albyn Nursery Shop f.. 'Art, H. L., Jeweler Artistic Upholstering Shop Athanor Heating Company Automotive Supplies Inc B 81 L Motor Freight Baker Joseph and Associates Beard Electric Best Jewelry Company Betty Gay Beverly Shop Bordens Dairy and lce Cream Company Bounds and Van Wey Funeral Home Brown Johnny Brucker and Moody Callander Cleaning Company Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Carroll John J Department Central Ohio Sales Company City Rapid Transit Lines Cornells Mens Wear Crane Kreig Flory Company Criss Brothers Dinner Bell Restaurant Dixie Coal Company Devttos Book Store Deweese Bros Market Edmiston Book Store, The Elliott Hardware Store Fashion, The Finch Shoes Frenier Sheet Metal Shop Gray Top Cab Line Green Bay Fur Company Gutliph-Henderson Funeral Home Gutridge, Cal, and Son Halbrooks Florists Hanlins Market Haynes Brothers Helsey A H Company Hermann the Clothner Holland Electric Holland Furnace Company Ho ar O D and ons Holmquist Electric Howard Studio Hub The Hulls Newark Wallpaper Store Hunter G B Independent Dairy lnc Johnson Lumber Company Kaiser Aluminum Company Kaltek Company lnc Kellys Dairy Kent Flower Shop King s Department Store Kinney Hardware Store Kreagers Drug Store Kresge S S Company L and K Cleaners , . 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I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS ofI953 Your Favor Te Sfo e of Qu I fy nd Dependczb I fy i r ca i cu i i xx "Ae mrtlvtt Eugvnf' B1 ctt 1lU'1Lll B Lsford Douglls BllII.,I1l11lI1 Elf mor A lllf.,I1Ill lI1 NI xrx III Inn 1 XOTIHI 1 ll s Imcs mmf, Irtm r Rosa m uw B umm III R14 1lI'K KI C I1 lr QS 111 I unu L xrdshc lr ldv 1rd L ltty Frmk Bmbout VI 11111111 C Beckett Ann1L Bukh lm IoIm Bcckm m Irfmklm I Bell CI11rICnm E BCIICIIIIQ Jose ph L Bcndurc Iamcs Bendure lane Benson Bentley Berger Bs 15,1 r liz rg 1 Bc ru r Bc rgr r Roberta om Dax Id I I I N III 1 N 1 CN I ms mm 1 Ulm xIcI VVIII1 nm NI m L 9 mdr 1 Bulxull 'Nl mu I Bu Iwrb uh Ruth Bxshop Ia rrw BISIIUD Rode rmk Blblf r 13111110 BHIQIIQ C ongratulatzons Class of 1953 MARKET 506 Fmt Mun Sheet 68 1v4 Phom 5046 1 nlllu-nn' mm "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODSI' Iii , ,,.....,.....................v..,............,., .......... 7 6 zrtI' , In ' "2 ...........,,., ....,...............,.........v......... 8 8 if . . 1. .,...........................,.,,v..................... .80 4 Y 1 , 1 'Q .,.........,..........,.....,.,...,.............. 68 Ba Y I , . 1 j ..,.,....,,,...,......,.................Y................. 68 , . 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N " ',,. ...............,..................,....... ,....,84 i LIVE ELECTRICALLY LIV IN THE FUTURE NOW Th OHIO POWER C xf E BASKETBALL SUMMATION The 1953 Newark Wlldcat Basketball team opened thelr season on November 28 wuth a win over Columbus West The Cats were de feated only four tnmes during the actual sea son one defeat to Mt Vernon one to Zanes vnlle and two losses to Cambrldge the C O L vnctors Some of the season s hzghlnghts came durnng the second Mt Vernon game played In our home gym Tne Yellow Jackets were rated as one of the state s top class A teams and after beating our Wlldcats earluer were favored to wln over the Red and Whlte how ever with the sensational playing ofthe Wlld cat fave the Jackets tasted thelr flrst defeat of the season Placing second IH the CO L league Newark rounded out a very successful season Bl uk Donna Bl lck I lmes Bllclx N lrglnm Bl lClxSt0l11. Shlrlcy Bl nlxc I mm Bl llxelr x B olwrt Blowers Donald QI 28 Bob Lots Ann Bob Thomas Boblntt Mtry L Bodoh Marllyn Bodoh XV1lll8ITl Bocll Marcla Boggs Charles JOHNNY BROWN PIIONI 9413 07 704 W Nluu St Newuk Ohlo PI BSON XLILLD INSTALLATION CUSTOM DESIGNED ILOORS AND WALLS Lmoleum Asphllt Rubber Plflstlc Coxe Btse .1 Speclalh Congrotulcttlons ond Best Wishes THE CLASS OF l953 ylif 0725 BEST NEWARK ,OHIO ' r 2 2.-I. . . 1' ' . II L ' ' - 1 A ", 1 ......,.....................,......c...................... ..88 1 - , -1 f ,.,,,,......,,,........,........,.,...,......,........,...,.,... 22 1 ", " j' ,,,,.,.l,.,..........,..........,,....,...... .,........, . 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' .r........,,..,............................................. 84 1 , S ............................................................ 84 to f 1 I .X l l ly I l F1-1 Q I L k F I WHITE S STUDIO The Home of MASTER PORTRAITS NIARI I XI Rl-IC'lIII'1 Semors Come To VVIIIIIS to C Lt Von Pmhuzts For the Money They Spend APPOINTMENTS AT YOUR COVVENIENCF PHONE 446.9 Immediately tollowlng the regular season the dlstrlct tournaments got under way at Co lumbus Ohio In the Faar Grounds Colosseum The drawung was held ID Columbus a few days prevuous to the opening night Newark was the thard seeded team ID the tournament Playlng against Linden Mclirnley the Wlldcats opened the I953 dlstrlct tournaments at 6 30 P M Thursday nlght February I9 and went on to end them by wrnnang the final game from Columbus South Durnng thenr dlstrlct stand Newark defeated Linden McKinley 5I to 34 Columbus Central 55 to 46 Mount Ver non AI to AO and Columbus South 46 to AO Bull Butler was named on the All Tournament flrst team and Duck I-Iorky was on the second team It was the first tournament experlence tor Bull Butler and Marvln Smuth and the sec ond season tor Sonny Stoneburner Bob Chap man Duck I-Iorky and Captaun Don Young Con fmlulnlznrzs I0 Class 0 19-5a BORDEN S Dcury 8. 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I ,,............,,,,...,.,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 Compliments ALUMINUM Kcnser Alummum 81 Chemical Corp of KAISER On March 13 Newark started off the glonal Tournaments at Toledo Oh1o by featmg a strong Sandusky TIVG 53 to 41 the next evemng the Cats played and feated the Bowllng Green team to wln the Re glonal Flnals for the frrst tlme slnce 1943 b a score of 58 to 30 Sonny Stoneburner scored 23 pomts durmg the TIFST game for the hlgh est nndnvldual tournament score BOW111111 D 1 Bovsm m Don 11d Bow 111 111 K r 141 Bow 111 ID Blah lrcl Bout D mul Boy 11 Hors nw Bowl Frevx C B ur -51111014111 Br ullord I11111 Br lIlIlO1l ll1o111 lb Br 11111 X 1' dw 1rcl r1csl11u ll10111lN Br 11115111 C 10I'L,K Br mnlur Llr 1JOI1llC1 Br1111,1r1lmr K llllfl Brltton N11r1or1c Brltton Thom Broolxox er Bc N crlv Broolxox er 1 rtrrcm Brooks C 1rl Brooks M 1rv L Broscus Lmcli Browns 1111111111 Brown Dmnu Brow n Don 11d Brow 11 Cc orgv Bron n Clfifkl 154 In 15? 68 143 80 80 l '30 40 61 50 88 90 Corzgrrltfllattorzs Class of 53 B 81 L MOTOR FREIGHT INC v8 171 Blvcrslde Drne Newark O1uo 149 153 ROEBUCK AND CO. 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N fs. .1- -. - 1- S: D 2 Q .., A A H -s IU -.4 N. --v. -. fx s '-v- .r 2 'S -x fOn oY the most Ul7PI'lfL'i!1fl!I of all ifts mul you will In proud lo A in yours lo your fiends when they an mad: by Vufllfr Sludias- in ilu Arradc. ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERING Durnng the lull between Toledo and Cm cnnnatu Duck I-lorky was named as a guard on the second team ot the AllOhlo selections S H 0 P Duck was one of the few players from the Central Ohio league to be so honored limuu In Kun lilou n 1 Hmmm st X me Ulrlrst Cl,Jll0ISffllIl I Shop ul Vzuurl HIUNXII XX uni lu C 1 lCCllC x ua X li utclu x Ohm nn lm "ll I "lu Coluu Illth md Mun Qfref-ts Bun lxex C' rrol lx U Buclxcy Cllll Ann 68 156 liuffrngtou lo -Xnn cr C rrl Hunt? Cllftli Burchcr Nhrv Lou Burden I xclsn M mc Burden NI lrlc h r c XI rx Office Phone 6464 Newark Ohio Ohio Axle ond Geor Dlvlslon Tlmken Detroit Axle Co Congmfulalzone to the Claw o 1953 ' ' , , .- .,., .,,.,.,.....,. ....,,,,,. .,.,.,,.,,,,..,.,.,,.. . . , .61 ' ' . 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' ' ' . 9 Leavlng aT 8 3O A M Frlday mornlng The W1ldcaTs arrnved un The Queen C1Ty w1Th enough Tume Tor resT before The semrfunal game Tor The STaTe Champlonshlp w1Th Glrard The game was a Toss up all The way w1Th Newark pulllng The game ouT of The frre un The lasT Tew seconds and Took The lead AO To 38 A Gurard player was fouled and Two shoTs were awarded To hum Newark fans held Thenr breaTh as The TIFST shoT swushed Through The neT however The second shot mrssed and Newark won 40 To 39 On SaTur day March 21 The M1ddleTown Muddses soundly Trounced Newark 73 To 35 To reTa1n Thelr STaTe Champuons T1Tle The Newark fans were S6lISTI6d however and gave The CaTs a very deservlng welcome on Thelr re Turn r IIN If 1 Burlkham Bsttx I nv xr lm llll LII Bllflllll lil X mu 1 3 rr: ll 1 s mx C lrx I Sl Innes lhcu l 1 B1 mr NY 1ll1 llll R Butts lxc nm Th D Buxton In rrx Burmrcl llrrrx B 1 1 , Cam Holxrt 61 V76 7 f f"1l Tull Ixmne C' lm: ron Huh: rt C' mplx ll Ime F lllllEllllllllllllllllE F0771 llllllfllll Ellllll Illlfllllll N11111u1l1 Ilnsmrry SPOIT I ll I Ui Il N 1011 wlss THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home InsT1TuT1on I1 111111 N 1 1 1111 Hrs! 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I':11'I1 XI I 1' S11I I11 '. ff111'I 11'1111 NIOI11' fa I Semors who graduated this year were Don aId Young Chalmers Sfoneburner Rrchard Horky and Robert Chapman K ampolo S I ug,L nc' Cannon 'X uhm Cmtor 130111141 Carlo Ioscph Carpc nt: r C h mths Carpzntcr P ull D Carson Shrrlr x Cader I crm C lrtf r NI xrx C' in Gr Don 1111 C lrx cr john C lsh 110111 rt C'1shc1oI1 lr I um s C' lstlc Rohr rt Ch mow I I J Chanm Ruth Inn Chapm U1 XI il'X 1x Chqpm in Ru h 1rc1 Ch 'lpman 110111 rt D 1wc1 'J 7 U Complunenfs of KELLY S DAIRY BAR 690 XVCSI CIIIIICI1 St Phono 6418 88 90 'IIIF IIOMII OF GOOD NIII1x AND ICE CREAM T3 177 128137 134 Congrafulatzons to the Class of 1953 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION I 11 , T 1 - .,,...1....,.., , ,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 47, 14f' 4 , I 'A ' '.,,, .,,,,,,,.,, , ,..,,,. , ,, ,,,, , ,,,,,.., 32, ITG A , 1 ,, ., .... .,,,,,,,,,.,,, 146 , 1 . ............,...............v... ,............,,,,,,,. 1 8, 128 , ' ' , I 2 L " ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,1,, 3 2 K -' 1 ' ' - ' ' , A ......,....,.,..,.,....,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,1,, 6 8 , -' ' .....,, ,......... ..,,..,, , , , ,...,,.,,......, ...., . 61 ,. , ,' -' ,, .,..,,. , ,, ,, . ,,,..,,. 1,......140 Cartnal. 1Iic1lurc1 If .,,, .,.. ..,, , . ,. 145, 146 ,Z ' , 1 , , ,, ,N , ,,VV ,,,,,,..,.,, l ' L 4 V 12 ' , ,,,,, ..,, .... ...,,,,, , , , ,.,. ..,,,,,, ,,1,,,, 8 I I , 82 13 , ' .,,....,,, ,,,,,,,. , ,,. ,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,11,1,. , , Z1 11' 1 , .1 '.' ,, , ,.....,....., H, ,1,1,,,1,,,,,,,,,, I A 1 if ', - U , ,, , ....., , ,,, ,.,, ,HHJ33 A 2 ,', .Ov .,,.. 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Graduatron from hugh school means gust that a bug step forward for thousands of young men and women who make up the class of 1953 To all of you who have taken thus nmportant step go slncere congratulatuons from the 3 OOO people of Owens Corning Fuberglas Corporatnon nn Newark Moreover we hope that this IS only one of many forward steps bug and luttle that you wall take IU the years ahead As a company that has moved steadily 10 nts fufteen year history we are constantly aware of the contrlbu tlons to our progress that have been made by those who only a few years ago were completing their hugh school courses We gown wlth lndustry In the hope that many of you will contnnue your schoolxng and In so doxng wull gave thoughtful conslderatlon to the technucal fuelds where opportunutles for advancement are at thenr hughest level But most of all we hope that whatever your choice may be ut IS made un the realazatlon on your part that a marketable ablluty vs the only true security OWENS CORNING F IBERGLAS I 1 I I . . . . . . 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