Newcomerstown High School - Newcosean Yearbook (Newcomerstown, OH)

 - Class of 1946

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Wayne McFadden and the Senior Class Newcomerstown High School dedicate this volume of the Newcosean to- iiIlI!lliIIlllIHlIl'1Illillflllll'WI'ldlfflll' I'I,iII I lIlWI"'lI,.iII.1'fIfQI IYQII "'. I"'I 'IITI,WI'31IIIIEIIHIII1!CEI1l'lIllE1I+HIIIlilIlHIIINII Page Four , .Vw , X A MI-IfllIIIHlli!IllllllIIIIIIFEZIHHIINIII: IVIEIFSEI5 7IV!!I5FlilflllfKIillF!lII1EYlIIHllUtl1!!!lHI! Ill! Eli.!2I1liiIIiIlI4!?3IIl1illiflllfNlIillIIiiillllllilllllli-Iii!! Q Chloe E. George Who has guided the class of 1946 with patience and kindness from the seventh grade to graduation. Q- zgllillllz51-1hilinllilll-ilTTI'111.13II..IIIIHHIWI-1I'I-:ll!l'JI E ! llllllllIllilllllllllillllllllllIfIl11lllril!l'EIll?IUI?HillIillWlliizllfiillillil?f!liii!llI?Il1HllHHi Q Q 1 w . r I J 1 . 1 55:1 , .. -Q- P v , 's fl. me : 1, 1' 3 L ,+G I.. 4 - 1 2' , L, Q Y 3. 3 on Q. ff sg? 'Z .Qs 71 iz' 'ka -LW if 4 4 5.. . 'fir YL 'F 5-Q if Q gf. , ' i f 2, N ,K ,ev 2 , ., . Q1 Paso Five Q v, x Page Six 1 ,, 1355. Q 1'7" ' 1''lllWWlllill-INHIVTVIIHBIHH-VUINW-lilillVININlllNIl11,ll'llIlHIW,lililllIIlIEL!llllllllHIlllill!ill!1ll-Iill-llllllillllllllllll-I'lI-IIllllilllllllllllmilllilll Board of Education Earl Titus Frank Powell John Atkinson Vice-President Leslie S. Besst Dr. Chester A. Hanson Otto J. Beiter President Clerk-Treasurer The President of the Board of Education signs the diplomas of Seniors who have been recommended for graduation by the Principal of the School. 1'1.'!k,-EHIIQEI ilQ'I7-f2'I- -'fll,il'3T!llfl I I'l31'!li"'ll'I'llliil.l,al' -.fl,II'fTlQlllilL'ill.lI 'I6lLl,II?lfI1l'ISliEl'fiIEllllllflI 1' if X X IlhlllillIIIIIIIIIIIIVHIIUillil?l::UllKlliirliiili1.II.'LIIHIIQIIIIIHEIHIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! Q E mllllllllllllllillllIllllllllllIllIllIIIIIIHIIFMEIE!l!lllIIlIlIIlHHl1Ii! Q rr -,f , ,,-f... 1:5 ,b-1 2 fQai P f'. "' ' I ff Y A . A, . ! . t . YB Unfit i Ymfnme -511.1301 Z -f"1'.:4fyf-3 ' it 4:1152 V1 mm mums what ' Marg Nvmrnmrr A 5nmm1innbgzip,9uup1pmmnaf1ihmzinnmaup f 5 ' P"'h'f5h'f'5"'ffi!i'lHi3f!5'5I'0Ll?'fB5I5"P'1'f ' thngimbdemhmmhadthngfmhdnmd ! ' ma ig umm. :sum am- Qqxlnma 5? Qu Fitness llyueuf, our siguaturnau lpmmtn xfiixeh at i 'giaiumnuniniung Ohio, u1ia.ZL3!.lLhag afajilg., will f i A ' ' 'fxnihnuulfasrh . : if ,f 9 ' V 4 1- I ffflfill ! 4 I! il QIIIIIIIHIIHIIIlllllllllllllllIlIlllllllllilllllllHIIIIHIIIIIIl!I,Ilii lllllllllllllll-lllllllllllillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIHIIHHIHJII!IFllHillVHxlUHI!UIIHHIHHIZHIIIIHE Page Seven lllilllfllllllllllllIllIllIlllIl'lI1llll'l'lll A . Q ' f as . 1- V we +1 X To the Seniors: Your high school diploma shows that you have successfully completed twelve steps in the ladder of life. Now that you have graduated, keep climbing. Your diploma is a mark of dis- tinction. It will admit you to the higher insti- tutions of learning. Without education we cannot understand the world and its lnventlons, nor can we live suc- cessfully in our democracy. The future belongs to those who prepare for it. D. B. ROEDER, Superintendent of Schools. 'l:iiIl!!ElIllllIfl'llllIlllllIllllllllIlIll'llllllllI Page Eight IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I.iIII'I!3'lM!il I I g ... lzillllilIliillllllllllli'I I I I'I I I"I I I I I I I ' I I I t I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I To tI'1Z Graduates: I I Having completed the course of study pre- I scribed for graduation by the State Department I of Education and the Board of Education of this I high school, you are to be congratulated. : May your record as citizens of our com- I munity continue to be a credit to your school I and to you. I I FRANKLIN J. GOTTFRIED, I I Principal of N.H.S. I f'lI?I!lIZ5"I'IHI'Ii'I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Page Nine ANN RUSSELL University of Akron Bookkeeping. Typing, Shorihand DONALD PICKERING Bowling Green State University. B.S. University of Pittsburg M'afhcma'ics, Hislory, Science -Second Semester THYRA STONER Capital University, A. B. Ohio State University World Hislorgj, Commercial Ccogmphy. Engfsh I 3 ELMER SCHEAR Otterbein College B.M. University of Michigan fviusic X CHRISTINA A. in MACMILLAN College of VVooster A. B- University of North Carolina Spanish, Lalin, Library Page Ten 16- -5 i Members of the Faculty CLAUDE L. HINDS Muskingum College, B. S. Ohio State University Science, Malhcmalics -Second Scmcsler CLELIA MERCER Muskingum College, A. B. Hislory, English, Public Speaking ALBERT DAVIS Ohio State University, B.S., M.S. Science, Biology, Agriculture INIARY SWIGERT Otterbein College, A.B. Home Economics FARRELL SHARROCK Ashland College, B. S. Muskingum College Ohio University lmiuslriai Arls ALWILDA PHILLIPS O hio University, A. B. Dean of Girls, English, faurnalism Guide Studeots Toward Graduation ELIZABETH PORTZ lyluskingum College, B. S. Speech, Girls' Phyxical Education DONALD WOLFF Wittenberg College A. B. Malhcmalics, Science -Firsl Scmesler CHLOE GEORGE Ohio University, A.B. University of Wiscon- sin English ROBERT MCCRACKEN Ohio Wesleyan, A.B. Hcallli, Boyx' Physical Ezlucalion. Coach WALLACE BOWER M uskinguin College, B. S. Ohio State University Commercial. Psychology, Asaialunl Principal LOUYANNE 'THOMPSON M uskingum College, A B. Ohio University, M. A lwulliunmlics. Spelling, W'riling gSvcomi Scmcslcr EUGENE RIFFLE Bowling Green Univer- sity Ohio University lnziuslrial A rls NATALIE JOHNSON Denison University, A B. .Mulhcmulics First Semester J OH N GRAY Muskingum College Scicnce. Spvllfng ---Firxl Sumeslcr GLADYS BEALL Kent State University lVIiehig'11n State Englixlr, Hislory, Spelling LORENA RICH liluskingum College Mdl,ll'HIlIllCS, Ari, Wriiirig, Spelling """?' 'm-49 gf: 'g V I . - .A 1. 'Qt ge lileven . 1 V Lf. '71 i . " 1 . g N. I-i. S. Faculty, Faculty Families, Secretaries, ALDENE HOOBLER Secretary to the FACULTY PLAY Nov. 2, 1945 MELBA STEFFEN Secretary to the Superintendent In baby buggy: Mr. Bower Principal FIRST ROW: Mr. Schear, Miss Russell, Miss Stoner, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. George, Mr. Gray, Mr. McCracken. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sharrock, Mrs. Swigert, Q Mr. VVolff, Mr. Davis- Mrs. Johnson. Mary and Rachel Ann A. A. SCHEAR Donna Donald and E. D. Phillips Principal of N.H.S. Thompson Ruth Swigert, Jr. 1902-1909 Pickering Guest Speaker at N.H.S. Chapel, Nov. 2, 1945. Mrs, Mercer, Jane, Mr, Charlotte, Miss Rich and Miss Macmillan, Curtiss Mrs. Phillips, Gottfried. Wallace, and Sister Mr. Byrd and Carl Miss Russell and Teddy Jlghnny Hinds ower N.H.S. is happy and proud to welcome back to its faculty four mem- bers Who served in the armed forces: Mr. Pickering, Mr. Riffie, Mr. Sharrock, and Page Twelve Mr. Thompson. Laboratories, Study Hall, and Class Rooms Hi-Y Initiation: Bob Milligan, Clifford Hill and Charles Leech, Jack Art, Art Lenzo, Belnard McKay, Ravmond Goodall. Newcosean Staff-Miss Macmillan Chemistry Laboratory-Mr. Hinds Study Hall-Mr. Ritfle Typing Class-Miss Russell Industrial Arts Class-Mr. Sharrock Home Economics Sewing Class- Mrs. Swigert Curious about the feet? See pages 40 and 55. I1 age Thirteen Page Fourteen ilu iiimnuriam O VIRGINIA ANN LOWER September 10, 1927-July 30, 1945 "Our little systems have their dayg They have their day and cease to beg They are but broken lights of Thee, And Thou, 0 Lord, art more than they, Forgive our grief for one removed, Thy creature, whom we found so fair. We trust she lives in Thee, and there We find her worthier to be loved. Forgive these wild and wandering cries, Confusions of a wasted youthg Forgive them where they fail in truth, And in Thy wisdom make us wise." Tennyson The Graduating Class Colors: Scarlet and Gray Motto: "Not for self, but for all." Flower: White Rose Jim Bob Marjorie Don Pat President ,ee. C C eeeee 1 .,.. Jim Walkenspaw Vice-President. ,..,..eeee Bob Atkinson Secretary e,.,ee r-LMarjorie Loveless Treasurer ...e.,e,ee ,.,e..,.., i.Don Russell Social Chairman ,.i.i ..,. is eeiie...iee,...,,.e. Pat Imhoff Student Council Representatives ,,.,......,s....., Fletcher, Joe Craigo Baccalaureate-May 19, 1946. Commencement-May 20, 1946. Class Play, April 25, 26, 1946 "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" by Moss Mart and George Kaufman Penelope Sycamore ....,.,,,.,.,.,.....,,....,....,.. Gloria Hildebrand Essie ......,,...........,.,,,..,, ..,,..,.. P atricia Imhoff Rheba .,,..,.,.,...,,,.,.,,.. .............. M argaret Kirk Paul Sycamore ..,...... ,,..,... W ayne McFadden Mr. De Pinna ,,...,.. ,,,s,,....,,,,,.,,,, J ohn Gunn Ed .......,,.,...,,.,..., ....... P aul Dale Atkinson Donald .........,........,... ,,i,,,,s,,.,.,s.,., J oe Craigo Martin Vanderhof .,.i,ii .,.,,,,..,. R obert Fenton Alice ...,,, 1 ,,s,. ..,..,,........., J ane Wolf Henderson ...,... ..... .,....... R a ymond Cappel Tony Kirby ,.,,..,....... , ,.,....,,,. Robert Atkinson Boris Kolenkhov ,.,.,...Y ..,,,.,.. J ames Walkenspaw Gay Wellington ,i..,,, ....,..,, M ary Jane DeLong Mr. Kirby ,,.......,.,... .,......,.,,.,................,..,,,,,r...,.. D on Russell Mrs. Kirby ....,..........,.,.,.,,.,......,..,.,.....,..,...,...... Glada Whitis Three Men ...................,....,........,...................,.,,........,,,,. Parker Little, John Hackenbracht, Don Atkinson Olga .....,..,,.........,....r,.,,,.,,..........,.........,.,,. Marjorie Loveless Prompter .....,,..,,..,...,.............,......,.,..,....,..,.......... Elise Stahl Business Manager ........,..,,...,,,V...,....,........,,,........ Celia Hogg Assistants , ,,,, ,,,r L ois Medley, Vernon Cramlett Stage Manager ,......,.......,...,... ..........,.,.,,....,.,.,,,,. D on Tyson Assistants .Y,. John Carney, Jerry Crater, Earl Stocker This page is sponsored by: PAUL JOHNSON-TROJAN GRILL and COOPER FURNITURE COMPANY I Page Fifteen Semen 1 FRANCIS GENE AFFOLTER "Fran" Hi-Y 3, 43 Student Coun- cil 23 Industrial Arts Club 13 Scholarship Team 13 Dancing Club 23 National Honor Society 4. VIRGINIA CARROLL ANGLE ucinnyn Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 New- cosean Salesman 43 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, Pro- gram Chairman 33 Li- brary Club 4, President 4: "Swing Fever" DONALD DUANE ATKINSON UDOCH Hi-Y 43 Industrial Arts Club 2, 33 Model Airplane Club 13 Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 "You Can'l Take Il Wilh You" PAUL DALE ATKINSON Hsro-yon Class Treasurer 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 43 Or- chestra 23 Hi-Y 3, 43 Newcosean Snapshot Edi- tor 43 Industrial Arts Club 13 Masque and Gavel 43 "Don'l Ever Crow Up" "Yau Can'l Take It With You" Page Sixteen This page is sponsored by: PAUL J. ATKINSON and DAVIS DRUG STORE LORENA JUNE ANGLE "Renie" Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 New- cosean Salesman 43 Home Economics Club 1, 3, Vice-President 33 Intra- mural Volleyball 23 Intra- mural Basketball 23 Danc- ilng Club 23 Library Club "Swing Fever" VVILLIAM RAYMOND ART HJackr Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Intramural Volleyball 1 2 ROBERT M. ATKINSON "Crinkle Fender" Class Vice-President 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Glee Club 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Masque and Gavel 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Var- sity Football 3, 4, Co- Captain 43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 13 'ifuniar Miss" "Swing Fever" "You Can'l Take It Will: You" BETTY JANE BAKER 6KBake7Y Home Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 43 In- tramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ath- letic Association 3, 43 Dancing Club 1, 2, CHARLENE BERGER Girl Reserves 4, Home Economics Club 1, 3g Dancing' Club 2. VERA MAY BOURNE Dancing Club 1, 2. JOHN CARNEY Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Newcosean Salesman 4 5 Student Council 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 45 Intra- mural Basketball 2. 3, 45 Dramatic Club 1, Ameri- can Legion Essay, Win- ner 23 National Honor So- ciety 4. DEAN COURTWRIGHT Industrial Arts Club 29 Model Airplane Club lg Hobby Club 1. This page is sponsored by: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK-MEMBER F. D, l. C. Class of 'l946 BETTY BOOTH "Babe" Home Economics Club 3, 4, Reporter 4, Service Chairman 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4, Dancing' Club 1. 2. RAYMOND LEE CAPPEL uRuyvs National Honor Society 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Prcsi- dent 4, Intramural Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 49 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4, Scholarship Team 35 Dancing' Club lg "Swing Fever" "You Can'l Take It Wilh You" EDNA CASTEEL uRed9v Mixed Chorus 4, Glee Club 43 Home Economics Club 39 Dancing Club 1, 2. JOSEPH H. CRAIGO HJOQH Class President lg New- cosean Advertising Man- ager 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Student Council 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 49 Industrial Arts Club 13 Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 2, 3g Var- sity Basketball 1, 43 In- tramural Volleyball l, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team 1, 2, 33 "You Can'l Take ll Wilh You" Page Seventeen Seniors GERALD L. CRATER uJerryn Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 23 Model Airplane Club 1. MARY JANE DELONG cxFr0g,9! Mixed Chorus 43 Glee Club 43 Home Economics Club 1, 3, Secretary 33 Dancing Club 13 Prince of Peace Contest 43 "You Can'l Take ll Wilh You" ROBERT DEAN FENTON uB0bvv Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Newcosean Business Manager 43 Mas- que and Gavel 3, 4, Sgt.- Arms 43 Intramural Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, East- ern Ohio Speech League Contest 43 Prince of Peace Contest 3, 43 "Swing Fever" Myou Can'l Take ll Wiili You" DEAN FLETCHER "Fletch" Octette 1, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Newcosean Athletic Editor 43 Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Vice- President 43 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Masque and Gavel 3, 4, President 43 Football 1, 2. 3, 43 V31-- sity 2. 3, 43 Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Scholar- ship Team 13 Dramatic Club 13 nfunior Miss" "Swing Fever" Page Eighteen This page is sponsored by: J. C. PENNEY and COMPANY VERNON CRAMLETT Industrial Arts Club 33 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Dancing Club 13 Na- tional Honor Society 4. KENNETH DORSEY llRed!7 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 33 Intramural Volley- ball 1, 23 Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 33 Scholar- ship Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Danc- ing' Club 13 National Hon- or Society 4. FERN CAROL FLOYD Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Dancing' Club 23 National Honor Society 4, BARBARA ELLEN GREWELL "Barbie" Girl Reserves 3, 43 Home Economics Club 23 Li- brary Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Intramural Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 3, 4. JOHN WILBUR HACKENBRACHT "Johnny" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Model Airplane Club 1, Dance Band 4, "Swing Fever" "you Carr! Take il Wilh You GLORIA ANN HILDEBRAND "Hilde" Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4, Newcosean Salesman 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Secretary - Treasurer 4, Dramatic Club 1, Prince of Peace Contest 3, 4, County 4, Eastern Ohio Speech League Contest 4, ufunior Miss" "Swing Fever" "You Cunil Take Il Wilh youu PATRICIA LOUISE IMHOFF "Pat" Class Vice-President 1, Reporter 2, 3, Social Chairman 4, Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Re- seives 1, 2, 3, 4,Vice- President 2, President 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, New- cosean Associate Editor and Salesman 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, Girls' Sex- tette 1. 2, 3, Y.VV.C,A. Girl Reserves Conference 3: nfunior Miss" "Swing Fever" "You Cdllii Take 11 With you" ROBERT KINSEY uB0bu Glee Club 3, Orchestra 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team 2, Dancing' Club 1, 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4. This page is sponsored by: C. E. ORTT and RITZ THEATER Class of 1946 JOHN ALLEN GUNN "Johnny" Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 1, Football 1, 2. 3, Intramural Volley- ball 1, 2, "You CUH'i Take It Willi youu CECELIA K. I-IOGG "Celia" Class Social Chairman 1, Secretary - Treasurer 2, Tieasurer 3, Mixed Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Accompanist 4, Girls' Sextett 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Librarian, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Pro- gram Chairman 4, New- cosean Editor 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Mas- que and Gavel 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 1 , Prince of Peace Contest 4, East- ern Chio Speech League Contest 4, Y.W.C.A. Girl Reserve Conference 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 4. ,, "Swing Fever" ul ou Cdllli Take ll Willi You" Business Muriager ERMA JEAN KAIL 'Jeanie" Transferred from Gnadenhutten High School 3, Girl Reserves 4, Home Economics Club 3, Library Club 4, National Honor Society 4. MARGARET ALEXANDER KIRK "Kim-kie" Class Social Chairman 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Glee Club 2, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Song' Leader 4, New- cosean Senior Class Edi- tor 4, Student Council 1, 3: National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presi- dent 3, 4, Secretary 4, Masque and Gavel 4, In- tramural Basketball 1, Scholarship Team 1. 2, 3, 4, Dancirg Club 1, 2, Am- erican Lefzion Essay Win- ner 2, 4: Girls' Sextette 1, 2, 3, Girls' Quartette 2, "Swing Fever" "You Can'! Take If Will: You" Page Nineteen Seniors EARL R. LEY "Squirrel" Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 25 Boys Quartette 1, 2, 4, H-Y 43 Football 43 Varsity Football 43 Intra- mural Volleyball 2g Danc- ing Club 1, BETTY LINT Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. MARJORIE LOVELESS "Marge" Class Secretary 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3g Masque and Gavel 4, Home Coming Queen 43 Attendant 2, 35 "Swing Fever" "You Can'l Take It Wiih You" LOIS ANN MEDLEY "Louie" Girl Reserves 3, 43 Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic .Association 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club 1, 23 National Hon- or Society 4, "Swing Fever" Business Manager Page Twenty This page is sponsored by: BOWER'S I.G.A. STORE and DOT'S BEAUTY SHOP VIVIAN LIGGETT KKBib!! Glee Club 4g Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, 4. PARKER LITTLE Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 "You Can'l Take ll With You" HELEN LOUISE LOWER Mixed Chorus 4, Glee Club 43 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 2, Treasurer 43 "S wing Fever" ALVERTA MAURER Girl Reserves 3, 45 Intra- mural Valleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 3, 45 Dancing Club 2. WAYNE MCFADDEN Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Newcosean Photography Editor 6: National Honor Society 3. 4, President 43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2. 3, -13 "You Can'l Take ll WTU1 You" DENVER MCMULLEN "Denny" Transferred from Uh- richsville High School 25 Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-Arms 45 Football 43 Varsity Football 43 Intramural Volleyball 3. MARJORIE OTT Home Economics Club 3. HELEN PROUD "Proudy" Tra.nsferred from Gnadenhutten High School 35 Glee Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 4, Girl Re- serves 4g Home Econom- ics Club 3. This page is sponsored by: .L Class oi 1946 ROBERT MILLIGAN uB0b!! Hi-Y 43 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 23 Sergeant-Arms 35 Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4. ROSEMARY NORMAN "Rosie" Girl Reserves 45 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. DQYVONNE PETERS Mixed Chorus 43 Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Dancing' Club 1, JOHN RECTOR GILL STUDIO, CCSHOCTON, PHOTOGRAPHER FOR NEWCOSEAN Page Twenty-one Seniors FLORENCE RAE RIGGLE Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD ROY RUSSELL GKDOHY! Class Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Dis- trict Secretary-Treasurer 43 Newcosean Editor 4, Student Council 2, 4, President 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Mas- que and Gavel 45 Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 33 Model Airplane Club 19 Delegate to Ohio-West Virginia Hi-Y Conference: "Swing Feueri' "You Can'l Take If Wilh You" DONALD SCHWARM 44D0nvv Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 25 Stage Crew 2, 35 National Honor Society 4. ELSIE STAHL Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Sextette 1, 2. 3, Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 2: National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Page Twenty-Two This page is sponsored by: RIGGLE DAIRY DORIS MARIE RENNARD Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4, Li- brary Club 1, 2, 43 Danc- ing Club 2. JOAN SARCHET UJOQH Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Home Econom- ics Club 1, 3, 4, Dancing Club 2. BERNARD SHARROCK "Bernie" Class Vice-President 35 Band 1. 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 45 Industrial Arts Club 1, Football 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football 3, 4, Co- C a p t a i n 43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity N 3, 4g Dele- gate to Ohio-West Vir- ginia Hi-Y Conference. EARL STOCKER AQFUZZH Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-Arms 43 Industrial Arts Club 2g "Yau Canif Take If Will! Yau" ROBERT ASHER TEMPLE "Bob" Hi-Y 4, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Hobby Club 1. SHIRLEY MAXINE VIERHELLER Hxfeev- Mixed Chorus 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Home Econom- ics Club 1, 3, 43 Dancing Club 23 Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 25 Girls' Ath- letic Association 3. GLADA LEE WHITIS Class Social Chairman 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Sec- retary-Treasurer 15 Presi- dent 29 Newcosean Assis- tant Sales Manager 4, Student Council 2, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Masque and Gavel 43 Intramural Bas- ketball lg Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Sports Manager 4: Girls' Sex- tette 1, 2, 35 Scholarship Team 1, 33 "Swing Fever" "You Can'l Take ll With You" HELEN JANE WOLFE "Janie" Class Treasurer 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 1, Vice-President 43 Masque and Gavel 43 Girls' Sex- tette 1, 2, 3, Y. W. C, A. girl Reserves Conference "Swing Fever" "You Cuff! Take ll Will: you" Class of 1946 DONALD HARRY TYSON t1D0nv! Industrial Arts Club 1, 25 Dancing' Club 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Mamnger 3. JAMES GLEN VVALKENSPAYV "Big Jim" Class Secretary 1, Vice- President 2, President 3, 45 H1-Y 3, 4, Secretary 3, National Honor Society 2, 3,.-1, President 4, Indus- trial Arts Club lg Masque and Gavel 4g Football 2, 4, Manager 29 Varsitv Football 2, 4, Va,-sits, Basketball 2, 4, Manager 2, Co-Captain 4, Intl-a- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity N 2, 4, R e s e rv e Basketball 33 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, "You Carr! Take 11 Will: You" WILLIAM WINGEIER Transferred from Coshoc- ton H1g'h School 4. FLOYD HAINES KNO pictureb Served in the Coast Guards 11 monthsg Model Airplane Club 1, Presi- dent 1g Hi-Y 2, 3, Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3. Page Twenty-three Seniors Class Prophecy "BELIEVE IT OR NOT" The Dolly Sisters, Gloria Hildebrand and Pat Imhoff, were sitting in their pent- house living room one afternoon in April, 1956, when the manager of the Waldorf, Bill Wingeier, called and asked if they were receiving guests. "Why, of course", said Gloria, "Never too busy to see one of our fans". "There is a Mr. John Carney to see you." "Send him up at once." "Hay, Pat, John Carney went to school with us, didn't he?" "Yes, and look at him now, a famous world traveler, Boy, what N.H.S. can do for a person !" "Chl There's the bell now. You go, Gloria, I'm too tried and the maid and butler are in another argument about whose going to wash the dishes. The help you get these days is dreadful." As I opened the door, I saw a handsome distinguished looking gentlemen. "Why, John Carney how you've grown. "Won't you come in? You remember Pat Imhoff don't you? We have loads to ask you, John. Since you've been all over the world, I bet you've seen a lot of the old gang!" "Yes, I run into some of them all of the time. First, Gloria, tell me, how is your husband? Is he still in the Navy?" "Oh, yes, Bud is an admiral of the Pacific Fleet now." "That's fine! I saw Don Russell, who is married to GladalWhitis, in Venezuela the other day. He's head of the Stone Engineering Company. His best draftsman is Earl Stocker and the chief electrican is Paul Dale Atkinson, whose assistant is Floyd Haines. Jim Walkenspaw and Jack Art are general managers of other divisions. Joe Craigo, you remember him, he married Janie Schwindt in the winter of "50", is the Commander of the Army Engineers in Peru. Dean Courtright is a mechanical draftsman in the Argentina Division of Heller Brothers. "The plane I came to New York in was piloted by Vernon Cramlett and Denver It's one of those three story trans-Atlantic jobs and it sure is sharp! It McMullen. had three hostesses, DeYvonne Peters, Helen Lower, and Lorena Angle. At La- Guardia Field, Francis Aifolter is an instructor for these new one passenger jet pro- pulsion planes, "Last summer while I was in Paris I happened to be walking down Rue de Plaza when I saw the DeLong Beauty Salon. I thought the name sounded familiar so I decided to see if it was the same DeLong girl I'd known in school. Sure enough, it was Mary Jane! She had as her assistants, Betty Booth, Edna Casteel, Alverta Maurer, and Charlene Berger. Another N.H.S. friend in Paris, Mrs. Willard Donley CDoris Rennardj, was there on her second honeymoon. She toldl me Donald Schwarm was teaching English at the University of Heidleberg. "As I was coming up Fifth Avenue on my way here, Ipassed Saks and remembered that the new manager was Vivian Liggett. One of her clerks is Betty Baker, and her head seamstress is Vera Bourne. Betty Lint is her bookkeeper. Across from Saks is a new French pastry shoppe run by Virginia Angle. "Mrs, Robert Silverthorne fRosemary Normany lives in an apartment on 6th Ave- nue. She sent her eldest daughter to Camp Mosquito Bite on Lake George where Celia Hogg is head councelor. Celia is doing very well since thhe best of New York's families send their children there, "Mrs. Joe McGinnis fJoanne Sarchetj has just become the proud mother of twins -a boy and a girl." 1 Page Twenty-f our "Twenty Years From Now" Class of 1 Just then the telephone rang,and Barbara Grewell, the operator, gave Pat the glad news that Mrs. Harold Schlarb fJanie Wolf I had just given birth to quadruplets. The three of us rushed down stairs, passed the hotel detective, John Rector, then rushed out to the taxi cab driven by Shirley Vierheller. When we arrived at the N. Y. City Hospital the first person we saw was head nurse Marjorie Loveless. She told us which room Janie was in. While there we met LIanie's physicians, Dr. Wayne McFadden and Dr. Earl Ley, and her nurse, Marjorie Ott. Wayne told us that of the many marvelous lab technicians there, the best were Elsie Stahl and Kenneth Dorsey. As we were talking, John jumped up and started to pace the fioor. "Oh! For gosh sakes! I've got a toothachef' "Why don't you go to my dentist?" asked Janie. "Who is your dentist?" "Oh! I thought you knew. Of course, it could only be Dr, Raymond Cappel. His nurse is Irma Jean Kail." "By the way,' said Janie, "did you know Parker Little is here in the hospital? He shot himself in the shoulder while fixing one of his guns. He's the famous gun- smith, you know, from Dry Gulch, Texas." As we were leaving the hospital we met Marjorie Loveless again. She told us that she had just read that Robert Fenton's horse, "Gone With the Wind", had wlon the sweepstakes at Santa Anita. We decided to walk back to the hotel so we could look into some of the stores, operated by our friends. There were Don Atkinson, manager of the A 8: P, and Don Tyson, manager of Krogers. While walking down the avenue we met Captain Milligan whose ship is the U.S.S. Newcosean. He told us he had just returned from India where he had seen Margaret Kirk who was teaching the natives good home making. As it was nearing dinner time we went to the Rainbow Room to eat. While there we noticed three of the country's most famous coaches: Bob Atkinson, coach at Ohio State, Dean Fletcher, coach at the University of Southern California, and Bernard Sharrock, coach at Annapolis. We also saw the famous New York dairy man, Jerry Crater, dining with his secretary, Fern Floyd. John Hackenbracht, the orchard multi-millionaire, who was donating a new gymnasium to N.H.S., was also in the dining room. He told us that two of the best workmen on the new building were Robert Temple, a carpenter, and Robert Kinsey, electrician. When we came back to our penthouse John said "Well, girls, its been wonderful seeing you again and our old friends have all made good. I must go. I have to leave for Montreal, Canada, tomorrow. But first, I will try to see Dr. Cappel about this aching tooth. Oh! by the way, did you know that Mrs. Bill Welsh lHe1en Proudj owns a beauty parlor up there? John Gunn owns a department store in Ottawa, too, His secretary is Florence Riggle and his head bookkeeper is Lois Medley. I'll tell them all the news about the class of '46, GLORIA HILDBRAND PAT IMHOFF Page Twenty Five Seniors As We Were Long Ago FIRST LINE: Charlene Berger, DeYvom1e Peters, Vernon Cramlett, John Carney, Jerry Crater, Norma and Joe Craigo and Friend. Don Russell Glada VVhitis SECOND LINE: Wayne McFadden, Bernard Sharrock, Erma Jean Kail, Lorena Angle, Gloria Hildebrand. THIRD LINE: Vera Bourne, Florence Rae Riggle, Don Tyson, Celia Hogg, John Hackenbracht, Bob Milligan, Pat Inihoff. FOURTH LINE: Paul Dale Atkinson, Vivian Liggett, Janie Wolf, Betty Lint, Dean Courtwright, Alverta Maurer. Virginia Angle, Bob Fenton, Raymond Capell, Margaret Kirk. This page is sponsored by: C. 0. MODER, MCCORMICK DEERING DEALER Page Twenty-six J . ., ,.,,,.x..x-if if-mm, ,V pm yr w-v:-.vfyawrmzf-rw" UM Now We Make Our Will Best School Spirit Best Actor Best Dancer Best Looking Wittiest Most Popular Best Musician Most Studious Best Dressed Friendliest Best Athlete Most Likely to Succeed THE SENIORS BET Celia Hogg Gloria Hildebrand Janie Wolfe Marjorie Loveless Pat Imhoff Janie Wolfe Celia Hogg Elsie Stahl Fern Floyd Pat Imhoff Lois Medley Celia Hogg Bernard Sharrock Bob Fenton Dean Fletcher Bernard Sharrock Bob Fenton Jim Walkenspaw Paul Dale Atkinson Wayne McFadden John Gunn Joe Craigo Dean Fletcher Don Russell Class of 1946 Last and Lasting Will We, the members of the Senior Class, being of sound mind and unsound principles, do hereby bequeath, bedight, bedizen, bedazzle, and debabble the understated and under-rated: 1. Elsie Stahl leaves her A-bility to Carl Fivecoat. 2. Red Dorsey leaves his invention, the atomic chemical, to take the place of H2S frotten eggsjz PU2U2. 3. Jim Walkenspaw leaves his height to Delmar Marlatt. 4. Joe Craigo leaves Newcomerstown. fFor West Lafayettej. 5. Janie Wolfe leaves her winning way with the males to Joanne Atkinson. 6. Gloria Hildebrand leaves the seat beside Kenny Portcher, empty. 7. Marjorie Loveless leaves the Queen's crown to any one good looking enough to acquire it. 9. Dean Fletcher and Betty Hughes leave their place in the halls to Joanne C. and Don K, 9. The Senior Girl Reserves leave Miss Russell singing, "Vive L'Mour." 10. Hi-Y leaves Bernard Sharrock trying to keep quiet. Un the club we meanj. 11, The Senior boys leave the Freshman girls, but not because they want to. 12. The typing classes leave the typewriters in poor condition. James Glen Walkenspaw Signed: Attorney-at-Large The Senior Class. April 1, 1946 Per: Robert Dean Fenton This page is sponsored by: Cecelia Kathryn Hogg SCHUMAKER IMPLEMENT STORE Page Twenty-seven Junior Class President ,,,,,,,, . Vice -President One More Year ,, Robert Hannahs ..........Charles Gates Secretary ........ ...,,...... B onnie Addy Treasurer ..A..,......, Paul Dale Atkinson Social Chairman ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,, J e anne Byrd Student Council Representatives , ,,,7,.,. Dorothy Medley, Willis Haver Ring Committee ,,,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,.,, .,,.,,, D elores Loveless. Chairman Bonnie Addy Betty Atha This page is sponsored by: Norma Beall Francis Bernardo Jean Besst Helen Bodenhilncr Jeanne Byrd Don Casteel Anita Castor Norma Chaney Grace Chapman Joy Clough Charlette Conrad Betty Couts Betty Covic Shirley Curby Geraldine Dansby Novella Dennis Evelyn DeRing' Beverly Dorsey Kenneth Duhamel Norma Durben Marie Egler Wayne Egler Richard Emler Bill Ervin Rhea Lou Evans Doris Fillman Carl Fivecoat Josephine Galbraith 0GlLBEE'S BAKERY and WIGFIELD BROS. GROCERY Page Twenty-eight To Earn a Diploma Charles Gates Helen Gray Robert Hannahs Willis Haver Betty Hughes John Irwin Jean James Mae John Don Johnson Gerald Ligigett. Joan Lindell Gloria Loader Delores Loveless Suzanne Lyons Delmar Marlatt Dorothy Medley Jean Nay Dean Neal Marie Norman Betty Ogle Eugene Ott Martha Patterson Mary K. Powell Eddie Ray Robert Roe Susan Salrin Duane Smith Tacy Stocker John Taylor Mary Tedrow Fred Thompson Gene lVhyde Marilyn Wilkin Pauline Willer Kenneth Wolff Junior Class This page is sponsored by: HAVER ELECTRIC SUPPLY l'zxge Twenty-nine Sophomore Class Page Thirty Two More Years President ........... ,,,,.,,, E ddie Carr Vice-President ..... ,,,,.. C harles Leech Secretary .....A. w....... H arry Little Lorna Angle Evelyn Arcore Joanne Atkinson Jean Baker John Baker Mary Baker Ruby Belt Roberta Berger Richard Blackwell James Boone James Brown Dorothy Caldwell Charles Campbell Robert Cappcl Eddie Carr Martha Casteel Jo Ann Castle Jane Chaney Robert Denham Charles Farrar Joanne Farrar Thelma Foggin Norma Ford Peggy Gardner Bob Glazer Raymond Goodall Evelyn Gray Mildred Gray Bob Harstine Donald Hart Betty Hickenbottom Clifford Hill Mary Hudson , Bill Jacobs Joe Jaynes Frank John Carol Jones Dick Jurin Vernon Kees I Harry King Don Kopes Bob Lauer Charles Leech Art Lenzo Harry Little I Betty Losey Mary Lower This page is sponsored by: BLACKWELL AND EGLER BAKERY and C. LENZO'S Elizabeth Brewer . 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LYDICK and CASTLE Page 'l'hii'ty-one Freshman Class President .............. Kenneth Patterson Vice-President ....AA.... Jeanne Murphy Secretary .AA...,... .....,... D ick Hannahs Treasurer ,................. VVilliam Thomas Social Chairman ,.,.,.....,,.. Ralph Neal Student Council Representatives 7.,......7,...,.MaXine Julien, Don Kohl Th ree More Years , W . 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Jacqueline Coker Charles Angle Glenn Baker Richard Baker Joan Barnett Joanne Bassett Delores Bassett Marilyn Bean Darrell Beiter Camilla Billings Edna Brady Walter Brown Jack Bricker Martha Carney Wrae Carr Robert Chapman Gerry Clough Mary Jane Clough Jacqueline Coker Dianne Davis Norma Davis Donald Duhamel Kenneth Ford Wilmer Eckelberry Mary Ann Gardner Ronald Gates Myles Greathouse Larry Gwynn Donald Hammersley fno picturej Sonny Hammersley ,Q Donald Hannahs Virginia Hart Francis Haver Kenneth Haver Ruby Hayes -mb Harold Hoffman .. 1- Mildred Hogue ,I - , , ,L r Eileen Hootman 0 " Dale Hootman :': ' Betty Hunnel B I. Shirley John i X u' Norma Johnson 'ffhis page is .sponsored byiz BALTIMORE CLOTHING COMPANY Until Graduation Treasurer , , ,,,John Murphy Social Chairman , H ,Marilyn Bean Student Council Representatives Mary Alice Titus, Robert Chapman Larry James Dick Jaynes Ronnie Kail Marilyn Kohler Mary Kohler Albert Lindell Mary Lou Luce Harold Maloy Billy Mardis John Matthews Robert Maurer Vernon Meek Billy Miller Bonnie Moore Earl Murphy John Murphy Kenneth Newby James Patterson Barbara Proud Richard Quillen Donald Ray Geary Riggle Darrel Riggs Marjean Risher Mary Lou Roe Janice Rogers Martha Sarchet George Saylor Dallas Shepherd Patty Silverthorne Kitty Stalter Forrest Stanley Dale Thompson Mary Alice Titus Anna Vanderhoff Harold Van Voorhis Barbara Walters Fern Williams Earl Wolff Alice Zwoll Eighth Grade This page is sponsored by: WOOD'S I.G.A. 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Marvin Carr Paul Clum Charles Clough Leanna Clutter Charles Conner Betty Cordrey Mary Dansby Qno picturel Charles Dennis Dorothy Daugherty Robert Douglas Glen Everhart Charles Groff Ruth Haines James Herbert Hershel Hewitt Jeanetta Hillman Esther Hogan lno picturej Louise Hughes Marjorie Hursey Jesse Huston Clyde James Jan John Mike Lenzo Robert Lindell Galen Loader Robert Loveless Ronald Markley Qno picturej Richard Mathias Gary McClary Joan McDonald Richard McDonald iWe Wear the Cap and Gown Treasurer , ,, .... ...,.. ,,7..., B o b Bricker Social Chairman ..,..... Leanna Clutter Student Council Representatives .h,Louise Hughes, Janetta Hillman Robert McPherson Harry Meek John Meek Raymond Meek Shirley Nay Roy Norman Helen Ogilbee Barbara Ortt fno picturej Marjorie Paulun Patty Portz Laura Quillen Billy Regula Gail Rice Billy Richardson Richard Robinson Dwain Sanders Raymond Sarchet Fedrick Schlupp Richard Schwarm Eddy Scott Donald Silverthorne Alvin Spring Marvin Stocker Sarah Jean Swigert James Taylor Kathryn Taylor Beverly Tedrick Charles Thompson Robert Titus Gloria Triplet Billy Tufford Clara Jean Urban Frances Vandal Dwight VanSickle Barbara Waller Barbara Whyde Arlie Wiandt Jean Wise Seventh Gfdde This page is sponsored by: M. 8: K. STORE l i Page Thirty-seven Student Council and National Honor Society Principal F. J. Gottfried congratulates the president of the Student Council on the excel- lent leadership the Council has given the student body this year. Student Council Presldent .................. cii,i i . Don Russell Vice-President ,,...,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, D ean Fletcher Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,A,V7,,,, G 1 ada Whitis AdV1S0rS VVVVe,V,.VYY,VV....... ,,,.,,Y M r. Gottfried, Mr. Bower FIRST ROW: Mr. Bower, Glada Whitis, Dean Fletcher, Don Russell, Bob Chapman, Mr. Gottfried. SECOND ROW: Willis Haver, Jean Baker, Joe Craigo, Mary Alice Titus, Louise Hughes. THIRD ROW: Bessie WVells, Bob Glazer, John Carney, Maxine Julien, Dorothy Medley. Page Thirty-eight This page is sponsored by: J. B. CLOW and SONS Develop Leadership, Character. Service, and Scholarship The National Honor Society FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President ...................Ae......,.,.... Wayne McFadden President 7,..,.......,....,.................. Jim Walkenspaw Vice-President ....A ,...,.,.. M argaret Kirk Vice-President .... ........... W illis Haver Secretary .......... ,,,Y,.., G lada Whitis Secretary ..e,...... ....,... M ,argaret Kirk Treasurer ..,.......... ...,..,. E lsie Stahl 'Treasurer ,,..,,. ,....r. B ob Hannahs Student Council ...... ,....., D on Russell Advisors ,... ..Mr. Gottfried, Miss Macmillan FIRST ROW: Miss Macmillan. Margaret Kirk, Elsie Stahl, Wayne McFadden, Don Russell, Glada Whitis. Mr. Gottfried. SECOND ROW: Gloria Hildebrand, Bob Hannahs, Dean Fletcher, Jim Walkenspaw, Celia Hogg, Joe Craigo, Novella Dennis, Willis Haver. This page is sponsored by: J. B. CLOW and SONS Page Thirty-nine Page Forty Girl Reserves Strwe to SENIOR GIRL RESERVES President , ,,,,,, , ,. ,, ., .. ,, ,. ,,,,,,,..,.,..,., Vice-President ..,...,.. Program Chairman ..,, Secretary . ,,,,,,...., ,,,,,, , , Treasurer ..,.,.,,,.,,... ....,..V,,.,, ,,.,,V.,,, . 1 H V Student Council Representative , , , Advisors ,,,,, JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES President ,,,,. ...,..,,, ,,,,,,, , . , ...,,,.,, ,,..,., . ,. Vice-President ,,,, ,, Program Chairrnan Secretary .,,,.,....,....,.. Treasurer .,.,.,,,,,i,...,.,.. ,... . , W , , ,Miss , Pat Imhoff ,,,,,,,,Janie W'olfe 7,,,Celia Hogg' Jeanne Byrd Bonnie Addy , ,, ,,,,,, Glada VVhitis Russell, Mrs. Phillips Grace Walkenspaw Jo Ann Castle ,, ,Joanne Atkinson Jeanne Murphy .,,,.,,,Aud1'ev Hashman Social Chairman , ,, . N ,.Y,, Y -f -V V A-A--:Beryl Best Student Council Representative .,,,.,,, ,.,.,, , Jeanne Baker Advisors ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,A ,,,,,,k,,,,,, ,,,l,,,,, l,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,,l,, ll I 1 ss Stoner, Mrs. Johnson This page is sponsored by: BONNELL FUNERAL HOME and ZIMMER LUMBER COMPANY A , , 1.1. Z' ey.. ,Qu -I W U 1 sl Fund and Give the Best " Senior Girl Reserves FIRST ROW: Miss Russell, Pat Imhoff, Janie Wolfe, Celia Hogg, Jeanne Byrd, Bon- nie Addy, Margaret Kirk, Mrs, Phillips. SECOND ROW: Anita Castor, Polly Willer, Delores Loveless, Glorida Hildnebrand, Glada Whitis, Helen Proud, Erma Jean Kail, Martha Patterson, Charlene Berger, Lois Medley. THIRD ROW: Jean Besst, Marjorie Loveless, DeYvonne Peters, Norma Beall, Betty Hughes, Mary K. Powell, Suzanne Lyons, Barbara Grewell. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Dorsey, Helen Bodenheimer, Joanne Lindell, Rhea Lou Evans, Dorothy Medley. Helen Gray, Doris Rennard. Betty Lint, Rosemary Nor- man, Susan Salrin. FIFTH ROW: Norma Chaney, Charlotte Conrad, Evelyn DeRing, Novella Dennis, Gloria Loader, Grace Chapman, Fern Floyd, Florence Riggle, Elsie Stahl, Alverta Maurer. Junior Girl Reserves FIRST ROW: Miss Stoner, Jeanne Murphy, Audrey Hashman, Jo Ann Castle, Grace Walkenspaw, Joanne Atkinson, Beryl Best, Beatrice Hughes. SECOND ROW: Irene Hill, Martha Groif, Norma Mason, Marjorie Dorsey, Martha Woodard, Phyliss Smith, Norma Shryock, Joanne Farrar, Martha Casteel, Betty Mason. THIRD ROW: Joanne Neal, Jean Tilton, Joanne Couts, Virginia Taylor, Alma Connor, Doris Robinson, Marjorie Froelich, Betty Hickenbottom, Mildred Gray, Alberta Russell. FOURTH ROW: Marie Murphy, Doris Herbert, Betty Carney, Helen Stahl, Margaret Dayton, Audrey Groff, Beverly Foraker, Norma Ford, Evelyn McKean, Lilly Rector. FIFTH ROW: Carol Neal, Jane Chaney, Alice VanVoorhis, June Addy, Maxine Julien, Sue Barnett, Jean Baker. Pat Shaw, Elizabeth Snode, Edith McPherson. The Girl Reserves organization is a division of the Young Women's Christian Association. The Y.W.C.A., which has been in existence for some ninety years, in- cludes among its members women and girls of all economic classes, races and national- ities, ages and denominations. Its purpose is stated as follows: "To build a fellow- ship of women an-d girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those' ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Chris- tians. In this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus, to share His love for all people and to grow in the knowledge and love of God." Q This page is sponsored by: C. B. GUY GROCERY and L. H. BARNETT and COMPANY Page Forty one G. A. A. Promotes Good Health G. A. A. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Portz, Lois Medley, Celia Hogg, Grace Walkenspaw, Jo Ann Castle, Glada Whitis, Novella Dennis, SECOND ROW: Betty Ogle, Jean Nay, Betty Baker, Mary Lower, DeYvlonne Peters, Susan Salrin, Betty Couts. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Brewer, Dorothy Caldwell, Norma Mason, Evelyn ReRing, Mildred Gray, Edith McPherson, Martha Woodard, Bonnie Addy. FOURTH ROW: Joanne Couts, Helen Stahl, Helen Bodenheimer, Luella Jones, Al- verta Maurer, Evelyn McKean, Betty Hughes, Mary Powell, Helen Gray, Charlotte Conrad. FIFTH ROW: Jeanne Tilton, Elizabeth Snode, Polly Willer, Norma Chaney, Alice VanVoorhis, Joanne Atkinson, Betty Zeiner, Delores Loveless, Barbara Grewell. F. I-I. A. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Swigert, Vivian Liget, Betty Booth, Bessie Wells, Jean Nay, Helen Lower. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Caldwell, Joanne Sarchet, Lorna Angle, Thelma Foggin, Mary Lower, Betty Couts, Betty Ogle, Norma Sanders. THIRD ROW: Shirley Vierheller, Joanne Speer, Evelyn Gray, Luella Jones, Mary Tedrow, DeYvonne Peters, Charlene Bourne, Marjorie Ott, Betty Affolter. FOURTH ROYV: Elizabeth Brewer, Shirley Curby, Josephine Galbraith, Jean James, Pegg-y Gardner, Mary Ellen Hudson, Esther Tice, Mary Baker. This page is sponsored by: THE PRODUCE COMPANY and RUSS' GULF SERVICE Page Forty two F. H. A. Prepares For Good Homes GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President ,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,, ,,,, , ,, , ,, ,,,,,, .,,,, , ,, , ,,..,, ,,,,,,,,Celia Hogg' Vice-President, ,, ., ,,.,,,,, Lois Medley Secretary .,,,,, Grace Walkenspaw Treasulei' ,,.,.A,,..,A,, Jo Ann Castle Sports Manager ...,., , , ,Glada Whitis Advisor ,,,. ,..,,,., .,,,,.. , , ,. , ,,,,, ,, ,...,,,,,. ,,..,,, , ,. Mrs. Portz - IFJ' I'!L'fII wif c Pivside S0i'Il'Iill'V 'I'i'uuf u wr 1, ' 1 I.ili.ma.n1zx1'1 n H1 tml in Q z Hegvoi t Hi' Social 1-.-.nut Aiiviiiici fX1lx'i-ur I li mniun FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA of Blcrit K h'1ll'1i"ii 1 ., .. , This inure is fporisnreci by: OXFORD BANK uni VJELSH and MARLOWE Vivian I,igg'z-tt Betty Baker ,, Jean Nay IIOII-ii Lowm-1' Mary Imwvl' Joaliiim- SIN-ei' Betty Booth Ilorothy Vazldwvll Bessie VVQIIS Elizznbeth Brewvr Mrs. Swigert Page Forty-three President ., .,..,...A,....,.. ......,,.,..w..... .,................,.,.,....., . Masque and Gavel Encourages Dramatic Art Masque dfld Gavel ,, ,,,,, Dean Fletcher Vice-President .,...,.A..A. 7,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , , 'Pat Imhoff Secretary Treasurer ....., .,,e ,..,...A. 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SECOND ROW: Miss Macmillan, Advisorg Paul Dale Atkinson, Snapshot Editor: Dean Fletcher, Athletic Editor: NVayne McFadden, Photography Edithorg Joe Craigo, Advertising Manager: Celia Hogg, Clubs Editor. THIRD ROW: Janie Wolfe, Salesman, Lorena Angle. Salesman: John Carney, Sales- man, Marjorie Loveless, Salesman: Virginia Angle, Salesman: Gloria Hildebrand, Salesman. N E W C Qmerstown S Enior A Nnual This pare is sponsored by: NEWCOMERSTOWN NEWS-INDEX and L. 0. CURTISS Page -Forty-five Industrial Arts Develop Mechanical Skills lnclustrial Arts Club FIRST ROW: Clyde Carruthers, Robert Booth, Joe Marlatt, Jim Lehman, George Waller, Larry Patton, Mr. Sharrock. SECOFND ROW: Bill Jacobs, Wallace WValters, Bob Denham, Howard Meek, Jack Hootman. Librarians FIRST ROW: Erma Jean Kail, Virginia Angle, Helen Gray, Martha Woodward, Mary Carol Wiandt, Norman Beall. 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This page is sponsored by: HOME RESTAURANT and SHEPHERD'S GARAGE, WELDING Page Forty-six The Library Creates a Love For Reading INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB l'rvsi1lem , l'l2ll'l Tyson Vlt'E-Pl'l'Slil1lllt llllilll lllilloi' SQCIT3Ullj'-Tl'02lSL1l'l'l' , ,,..,.,1Bol1 Denham Social L'hai1'mz1n . .. ...,....,.......xV2lllHCO lv2llt9lS Advisor ..,,..,,.11 Mr. Sharrock LIBRARIANS Presimleiit, , Virginia Angle Vice-l"1'esidcnt. , , Barbara G11-well SUCl'l't31'y ,Mary K. Powell 'l'roasu1'e1' ,Jane Fhzmey Advisor ,.,, Miss Macmillzm This page is sponsored by: GREYHOUND POST HOUSE LIBRARIANS 7TH and 8TH GRADES l'1 vsifem Virginia llnrt Vice-l'1'esid0r1t Wrue Carr SOCl't't21l'y , Mzutha Jam- Carney 'l'1'ez1su1'e1' , H .loanctta Hillman Advisor Mrs. Beall Page Forty-seven Hi- Y Maintains High Standards U H1-Y President ...........w .,.......,., 7 7 Bernard Sharrock Vice-President . Raymond Cappel Secretary .,..,, ,.,. 7 .7Bob Atkinson Treasurer ........, 777Don Russell Sergeant-at-Arms 7 77 7 ..,,,, 7 77 ..,,, Earl Stocker, Denver McMullen Student Council Representative 7 7 7,.,, ,,.7,,7,,..,.. 7 7 ,,,..,.. I ohn Carney Advisors ..,,, .Mr. Thompson. Mr. Roeder ACTIVITIES November 21 ,r,r, ,,,,..,,,.,..,,,..... ,.... 7 C hapel Program November 2377 7. ..... 7 7 7 ,e,e...,e.,... ...,,777r,.,...7,e,.,,, Initiation of new members November 28 ....r.......,,,,.....,...... ,.,.. ,.,,,. ,.,,i..,,,,.i,...,,. H 0 st to Hi-Y members of District 15 January 12 .,,.,.,,.e,, Sent delegates to Ohio-West Virginia Hi-Y Conference at Columbus April 2 7 7 77 .77.7777.7.. ,.7..,.7777.7. 7 7 7777.7777....77.. .777..777. H i-Y Conference at Dover April 157 This page is sponsored by: Skating Party W. M. BRODE and COMPANY and COLONIAL SHOE SHOP Page Forty eight vm,,,,,,,.a1I WW, ,,.,,,,.,i,,w,,,,,.fw,,,,-.Mf-,w,,PF-B -I .Q 3 of Christian Character I-Ia-V FIRST ROW: Mr. Thompson, Bernard Sharrock, Raymond Cappel, Bob Atkinson, Don Russell, Denver McMullen, Earl Stocker, John Carney, Bernard McKay, Eddie Carr, Parker Little, Mr. Roeder. SECOND ROW: David Mizer, Clifford Hill, Eddie Ray, Jack Schlarb, Don Walters, Richard Sharrock, John Gunn, Duane Russell, Earl West, Sonny Williams, Don Kopes, Bill Erwin, Lloyd Hunter. THIRD ROW: Bob Kinsey, Don Atkinson, Paul Dale Atkinson, Charles Gates, Ken- neth Dorsey, Bob Fenton, Dean Fletcher. FOURTH ROW: Bob Lauer, Richard Emler, Francis Affolter, Art Lenzo, Bob Glazer, Duane Smith, Bob Harstine, Wayne McFadden. FIFTH ROW: Willis Haver, Joe Craigo, Harry King, Gerald Liggett, Harry Little, Charlie Leech, Richard Blackwell, Bob Cappel, Delmar Marlatt, SIXTH ROW: John Irwin, Boh Milligan, Carl Fivecoat, Raymond Goodall, Johh Hackenbracht, Jim Walkenspaw, Allen Stewart, Bob Temple, Dean Milburn, Don Casteel, Earl Ley. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The motto ls, "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living." The ambition is, "To do the best we can in speech, manner, study, and in service to make life most worth-while for ourselves and the community." This page is sponsored by: BOB'S NEWS STAND and DAVIS RADIO SERVICE Page Forty-nine if" E2'f"""' 9' " ll 'S "f"'1F'iW"' f'n"A""'1,"'T""'7'W""'f'f' ' 0 PM 5 E if r v, F ? . 3 is F' Page Fifty i i Music Develops An Appreciation High School Band FIRST ROW: Margery Dorsey, Mary Carol Wiandt, Jo Ann Castle, Joanne Atkinson, Pat Shaw, Janie Wolfe, Drum Marjorettes, SECOND ROW: Mr. Schear, Instructor, Kenneth Ford, Trumpet, Jack Hampton, Clarinet, David Mizer, Trumpet, Richard Sharrock, Drum, Larry Patton, Trom- bone, Harry Little, Clarinet, Norma Beall, Trombone, Gary Phillips, Trumpet. THIRD ROW: Bill Evans, Trumpet, Gene Baker, Drums, Dick Hannahs, Symbols, Betty Atha, Clarinet, Audrey Hashman, Clarinet, Marjorie Froelich,'Clarinet, Martha Groff, Clarinet, Dick Yanai, Clarinet, Irene Hill, Clarinet, Marjorie Nolan, Clarinet, Jean Besst, Chimes, Joanne Bassett, Saxophone, Bonnie Addy, Clarinet. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Taylor, Clarinet, Mary K. Powell, Flute,HJohn Gunn, French Horn, Margaret Dayton, Clarinet, Dean Milburn, Trumpet, Paul Dale Atkinson. Trumpet, Jean Nay, Clarinet, Duane Smith, Trumpet, Eddie Carr, Drums, Novella Dennis, Color Guard, Albert Beal, Clarinet, Ruby Hayes, Flute. FIFTH ROW: Don Walters, Drums, Dale Twyman, Clarinet, Rhlea Evans, Clarinet, Bob Hannahs, Base Horn, Doris Robinson, Clarinet, Bob Denham, Clarinet, Wayne McFadden, Base Horn, Mary Lower, Color Guard, Bob Glazier, Trombone, Marie Murphy, Clarinet, Maxine Julien, Clarinet, Jean Baker, Clarinet, Grace Walkenspaw, Chimes, Mary Gardner, Clarinet, Marjorie Bates, Clarinet. SIXTH ROW: Bernard Sharrock, Drum, Bob Atkinson, Druni, John Hackenbracht, Trumpet, June Addy, Clarinet, Art Lenzo, Trumpet, Bernard McKay, Drums, Allan Stewart, Base Horn, Richard Blackwell, Saxophone, Grace Chapman, Flute, Charlotte Conrad, Color Guard, Earl VVest, French Horn. This page is sponsored by: NEWCOMERSTOWN FLORAL CO, and MARY LYNN BEAUTY SHOP of Rhythm and Harmony HIGH SCHOOL BAND President ,..,,,,... A Bob Atkinson Vice-President A .,.A,. , Richard Sharrock Secretary-Treasurer ....,...A. Bob Hannahs Librarian ..,..,..v..,,.,.. , Norma Beall Director ..,.,,,,..,.,,, ,......,.., M r, Schear Social Chairman , ...,r,. Duane Smith BAND STAGE CREW John Gunn, Larry Patton, David Mizer, Earl West, Richard Blackwell, Bob Denhamf This page is sponsored by: WOMEN OF THE MOOSE and BEALL'S GROCERY, CHESTNUT STREET Page Fifty-one Ep, A H: 1-wyfl'-i,v 1- w: -, -1-my X "Music Is the Fourth Great Boys, Glee Club FIRST ROW: Don Fenton, Richard Sharrock, Gene Baker, Jim Brown, Jim Worth- ington, Bob Nugent, Mr. Schear. SECOND ROW: Earl West, Floyd Liggett, Bob Denham, Eddie Carr, Bob Cappel, Bob Harstine, Albert Beal. THIRD ROW: Jim Boone, Dale Twyman, Bob Atkinson, Dean Fletcher, Duane Smith, John Gunn. Double Quartet FIRST ROW: Marie Murphy, Evelyn DeRing, Jean Baker, Joanne Farrar. SECOND ROW: Duane Smith, Dean Fletcher, Bessie Wells, Albert Beall, Richard Sharrock. X Boys' Glee Club, Seventh and Eighth Grades FIRST ROW: Arlie Wiandt, Raymond Meeks, Bob McPherson, Richard Robinson. SECOND ROW: Billy Tufford, Eddie Scott, Charles Thompson, Gail Rice, Charles Angle. A THIRD ROW: Mike Lenzo, Don Silverthorn, Gary McCleary. This page is sponsored by: BAlR'S FURNITURE COMPANY and PHlLLlP'S RESTAURANT Page Fifty-two Material Want of Our Nature-- BOYS' GLEE CLUB DOUBLE QUARTETTE BOYS' GLEE CLUB-7TH and 8TH GRADES This page is sponsored by: ROGER'S SANITARY MEAT MARKET and INSURANCE COMPANY Page Fifty-three , J l -as 5 I, J: 'AW' 'W'f!'P"' First Food, Then Raznment High School Girls, Glee Club FIRST ROW: Mr. Schear, Jeanne Tilton, Norma Shryock, Jeanne Murphy, Phyliss Smythe, Marjorie Dorsey, Helen Proud, Martha Groff, Audrey Hashman, Vivian Liggett, Betty Hughes, Beatrice Hughes, Elizabeth Anne Snode, SECOND ROW: Jean Besst, Lorena Angle, Betty Mason, Mary Ellen Hudson, Thelma Foggin, Jean Farrar, Betty Hickenbottom, Jean Baker, Grace Walken- spaw, Janie Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Edna Casteel, Peggy Gardner, DeYvonne Peters, Lorna Angle, Martha Casteel, Pat Imhoff, Beryl Best. FOURTH ROW: Evelyn DeRing, Marie Murphy, Virginia Angle, Joane Couts, Celia Hogg, Helen Lower, Delores Loveless, Bonie Addy, Gloria Hildebrand. FIFTH ROW: Betty Losey, Martha Patterson, Norma Mason, Beverly Foraker, Betty Zeiner, Mary Lower, Alma Connor, Donna Mizer, Louella Jones, Margaret Dayton, Glada Whitis, Jeanne Byrd, Carol Neal. SIXTH ROW: Charlotte Conrad, Maxine Julien, Doris Herbet, Evelyn Arcore, Ruth Shull, Alverta Russell, Norma Ford, Edith McPherson, Evelyn McKean, Jo Ann Castle, Pat Shaw, Joanne Atkinson, Sue Barnett, Marjorie Loveless. Girls, Glee Club, Seventh ancl Eighth Grades FIRST ROW: Fay Quillen, La Vonne Bethel, Helen Ogilbee, Barbara Ortt, Joan Barnett, Beverly Tedrick, Jane Addy, Marjorie Brown, Jeanetta Hillman. SECOND ROW: Leanna Clutter, Jean Wise, Barbara Proud, Louise Hughes, Sarah Jean Swigert, Virginia Hart, Esther Hogan, Kitty Stalter, Shirley Johns. THIRD ROW: Mildred Hogrue, Barbara Waller, Shirley Nay, Camilla Billings, Alice A 5 Zwoll, Eileen Hootman, Wrae Carr, Joann McDonald, Barbara Angle. FOURTH ROW: Eleanor Angle, Mary Dansby, Marjean Risher, Barbara Whyde, Patty Portz, Mary Ann Gardner, Mary Alice Titus, Janice Rogers. This page is sponsored by: THE PRINT SHOP, COSHOCTON, PRINTERS FOR THE NEWCOSEAN Page Fifty four Then Shelter, Then Music. " - Bovee l LL, HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' GLEE. CLUB President Bonnie Arldy Vice-President ,,,, ,Evelyn Dc-Ring Secretaly , , ,, Jo Ann Castle Treasurer , Betty Zeiner Director Mr. Schein' GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-7TH and 8TH GRADES President , .,,,,.., Camilla Billings Vice-President .. ..i,,7,....,,,.... Wrae Carr Secretary ,,,.. Mary Alice Titus Treasurer .,..... ,,,Louise Hughes Director .,.,,, Mr. Schear This page is sponsored by: HOME BUILDING 8 LOAN CO. and BEITER BROS. CEMETERY MEMORIALS Page Fifty-five Page Fifty-six "It Is In Learning'fMusic That pep Band FIRST ROW: Bob Glazer, Jean Besst, Larry Patton. SECOND ROW: Mary K. Powell, Gene Baker, Kenneth Duhamel, Bob Han- nahs, Betty Atha, Jack Hampton, Richard Sharrock. THIRD ROW: Marie Murphy, Richard Blackwell, Paul Dale Atkinson, Patsy Gadd. Dance Bdnd FIRST ROW: Jean Besst, Mr. Schear, Kenneth Patterson. SECOND ROW: Norma Beal, Grace Walkenspaw, Duane Smith, John Hackenbracht, Bob Glazer, Bob Hannahs, Don Walters. This page is sponsored by: ROBERT E. STEINBACH COAL COMPANY Many Youthful Hearts Learn to Love. " -Record n x 1 GITIS -l-FIO FIRST ROVV: Jeanne Byrai. Charlotte Conrad, Jem? Be-sst. SECOND ROW: Donna Mixer, accompanist, Mr. Schema. Boys, Quartette FIRST ROW: Duane Smith, Paul Dale Atkinson, Charles Gates. Earl Ley. Norma Beall, accompanist. Girls, Sextette FIRST ROW: Janie Wolfe, Glada Whitis, Pat ImhoiT. SECOND ROW: Margaret Kirk, Celia Hogg, Elsie Stahl. This page is sponsored by: BESST DRY CLEANING COMPANY Page Fifty-seven Beauty Queens, Majorettes, and Cheer Leaders Homecoming Queen and Attendants FIRST ROW: Janie Wolfe, Marjorie Loveless-Queen, Delores Loveless. SECOND ROW: Phyliss Smyth, Grace Walkenspaw. Majorettes Jo Ann Castle, Joanne Atkinson, Janie Wolfe, Pat Shaw, Mary Carol Wiandt, Mar- jorie Dorsey. This page is sponsored by: HAFNER'S ORIGINAL CUT RATE and GOODYEAR TIRES-H. E. LEADING-TIRE and SUPPLY Page Fifty-eight Leaders Speed the Trojans to Victory Victory, Victory is our cry, V-I-C-T-O-R-Y. Are we in it? Well I guess! Newcomers High School N !H ES! Mary Lou Roe Martha Jane Carney Jane Addy Mike Lenzo 5-lrojan Cheer Leaclers Delores Loveless Charles Gates Betty Hughes This page is sponsored by: ROE'S GARAGE and RALPH W. SCOTT--INSURANCE AGENCY Bulldog C:l'l2CI' l.2dClCfS Page Fifty-nine M f ' 'ifikf"'if'f-we "?W'ff'6 'f1""' , ,. Football ,mm 1 4 l FIRST ROW: Earl Ley, Dean Fletcher, Kenny Wolff, John Hackenbracht, Bob Atkin- son, Bernard Sharrock, Sonny Williams, Jim Walkenspaw. SECOND ROW: Coach Robert McCracken, Allan Stewart, Charles Leech, Eddie Carr, Don Kopes, Don Kohl, Waldon Walters, Assistant Coach Don Wolff, THIRD ROW: Delmar Marlatt, Don Walters, Dick Jurin, Art Lenzo, Bob Lauer, Jack Schlarb, Harry Little-Manager. FOURTH ROW: Paul Porcher, Bob Denham, Denver McMullen, Dean Milburn, Eddie Ray, John Irwin, Dean Neal, Gary Phillips. September 14, 1945 Malvern Score 27-0 The Trojans turned in an impressive performance in tilting the lid on their football campaign by downing Malvern 27-0. Dean Fletch-er was the sparkplug in the Trojan backfield. He pafsed to halfback Carr for the first touchdown. After a series of runs by Jurin, Carr went over for the second touchdown. lVolf'f hit the jackpot for the third score by receiving a pass from Fletcher in the end zone. September 21, 1945 Barnesville Score 31-0 Outclassing their opponents every inch of the Way, the Trojans scored 19 points in the opening quarter and a touchdown in the last two frames after a scoreless second quarter. Halfbuck Carr notched two tallies after Dean Fletcher passed 12 yards to Kenny Wolff for the opening' touchdown. Fletcher scored late in the nrst quarter on a 1-yard plunge after he had raced 28 yards on the preceding' play. The Final touchdown came on a 10-yard pass from Fletcher to Dick Jurin. Coach Robeyt MCC!-aken September 28, 1945 Uhrichsville Score 0-13 Battling thru the first two periods, an outmaned Trojan club weakened in the second half and bowed, 13-0, to Uhrichsville Tigers before a home-coming crowd of 2,500 at Newcomerstown Athletic Field. This page is sponsored by: TREASURES SERVICE STATION Page Sixty Athletics at N. H. S. Q M ,A A ,. ,W ,, ,..,,,.,..,,,. ., . .. .,,,,,..,,.,,,..w,mq Develop Sportsmanship, FO Otbdll FIRST ROW: Kenny Wolff, John Hackenbracht, Bob Atkinson, John Irwin, Eddie Ray, Jim Walkenspaw, Bernard Sharrock. SECOND ROW: Dean Fletcher. THIRD ROW: Eddie Carr, Earl Ley, Dick Jurin, Don Walters, Sonny Williams. October 5, 1945 Millersburg Score 19-18 In the most thrilling game of the season the Newcomerstown Trojans edged the Spartans of Mil- lersburg by 19-18. Neither team scored in the first period, but in the second each shoved a touch- down across, Jurin tallying for the Trojans on a line buck from the four yard line. Trailing 18-6 with seven minutes to play, Carr sliced through center for the second touchdown. Fletcher scored the last touchdown on a 20-yard gallop with only two minutes remaining in the game. October 13, 1945 Bellaire St. John Score 19-33 The Trojans went down to a 33-19 defeat at Bellaire St. John. Quarterback Fletcher turned' in the longest run of the game by returning a kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown. Carr and Fletcher accounted for the other two touchdowns. October 19, 1945 Dennison St. Marys Score 46-0' Newco1nerstown's Trojans scored virtually at will as they smothered Dennison St. Mary's 46-0. Fletcher ran back Dennison's kickoff 78 yards for a touchdown on the opening play of the second half for the longest run of the game. Carr led the scoring with four touchdowns., Fletcher two and Jurin one. October 26, 1945 Carrollton Score 39-0 Playing their annual Dad's Day game, the Trojans spanked Carrollton 39-0. Jurin nabbed a Car- rollton pass and raced 52 yards for the first score of the game. On the second play of the third period Carr romped around his own left end for 62 yards and pay dirt. Also making touchdowns were Wolff and Stewart each one, and Fletcher two. This page is sponsored by: STEPHON'S GROCERY and CAMERON MEAT MARKET Page Sixty one Football Teamwork November 2, 1945 Mt. Vernon Score 7-14 Coach Bob McCracken's Newcomerstown club outgained the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets 312 to 192 yards but lacked a scoring' punch in enemy territory and Went pointless until the final quarter when Dean Fletcher flipped a 20-yard touchdown pass to kenny Woltf after Fletcher had raced 40 yards to the Jacket's 4-yard line and then was backed up to the 20 on penalties. November 9, 1945 Dennison Score 0-26 Dennison High School's Railroaders romped to a. 26-0 victory over the Newconierstown Trojans before a crowd of 1,800 people in Dennison's annual home-coming game, the tilt closing the 1945 season of both rival clubs. Dennison scored once in each of the first two quarters and after a score- less third period banged two across in the last frame. Both teams ended the season with five wins and four losses. JIM WALKENSPAW EARL LEY BOB ATKINSON Left Tackle Full-back Left Guard DEAN FLETCHER JOHN BERNIE SHARROCK Quarter-back HACKENBRACHT Left-end Right-tackle This page is sponsored by: OXFORD DELL DAIRY and D. B. MOORE Page Sixty-two Friendship JOHN IRWIN Right Guard CURLY WOLFF Right End EDDIE CARR Half-back DICK JURIN Full-back Football EDDIE RAY Center SONNY VVILLIAMS Half-buck FLIP W ALTERS Half-back H A RRY LITTLE IxI2lYI2kjI1'l' SCOTT STORES-Sc and l0c and MARSTRELIJ5 SERVICE STATION Page Sixty-three Basketball An Apprecmtwn Page VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: John Hackenbracht, Dean Fletcher-Co-Captain, Jim Wal- kenspaw-Co-Captain, Curly Wolff, Bernard McKay. SECOND ROW: Coach Bob McCracken, Joe Craigo, Duane Smith, John Irwin, Don Walters, Delmar Marlatt. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE We They Port Washington . H S48 - 43 Overtime West Lafayette .... .A.... 3 6 - 39 ....,, ,.....,,,,,, Barnesville , , ,. .,,ii. 35 - 52,..,,, Uhrichsville Dennison ,,,,...., Port Washington Millersburg .A,i.,,,, Midvale ,, Carrollton 4,,A, ,,,, West Lafayette Uhrichsville ,,A,.. Dennison .,rr.. Sixty-f our -- 29. ,, s.....l6 n.4..29 -- 39.... .A - 46 .... .. - 69 ,,....66 ......36 - 34i.i.... .,.,ss 34 - 28.,,.., .....,,27 -- 32 , , ,, ...... 23 - 4l...,,., ,.,,...46 - 3l.,,i This page is sponsored by: LIBERTY SHOE SHOP and C. J. STEWART Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan.. ......Jan. ......Jan. .....,Jan, Jan. ......Jan. .....,Jan. ...,..Feb i .M 4. i of Fair Play Byesville ....... .......... 3 6 -- 43 ........ Barnesville .......... 36 - 30 ....w Millersburg' ....... .......... 7 0 - 55 ......... Carrollton ..... .......... 3 9 - 32 ........w Mt. Vernon .......... 48 - 50 ......... Basketball .........Feb. 5 .........Feb. 9 .........Feb. 15 .........Feb. 22 .........Feb. 26 DUANE SMITH DEAN FLETCHER CURLY WOLFF JIM WALKENSPAW BERNARD McKAY DON WALTERS DELMAR MARLATT COACH BOB MCCRACKEN JOHN IRWIN JOE CRAIGO JOHN HACKENBRACHT 1 MANAGER w This page is sponsored by: JOHN C. ROSS-REALTOR and JOHN S. ROSS-GENERAL INSURANCE ,.-.. mms- A Page Sixty-five 5 ii Q 5 hw - A , A I ,fo Ig'-sizvfg Q, ,,5-,- 1 235: '2jTfQ2iY, 1-Q no pf, 3-J1g11q-Q, 13,1 .fi ,KAD .,,s I A, ,, i I V,.,v Q,,, Q ,I . .. :dawn Basketbd and Respect for the K BASKETBALL - RESERVES BASKETBALL - BULLDOGS FIRST ROW: Kenneth Newby, Harold Hoffman, Curly Clumb, Dick Hannahs, Darrel Beiter, Bradley Guy, Pete Hewitt. FIRST ROW: Harry King, Bill Whyde. Allan Stewart, Eddie Carr, Don Kopes, Phil Mardis. SECOND ROW: Harry Little, Robert Lauer, Son- ny Williams, Coach Riffle, Dick Jurin, Manager Dean Neal. SECOND ROW: Charles Angle, Francis Haver, Gary Phillips, Ralph Neal, Bob Chapman, Bob Ray, Dick Ray, Coach Schear. This page is sponsored by: R. LELLAN SHOEMAKER and HUNNEL SOHIO SERVICE STATION Page Sixty-six Laws of Healthful Living FIRST ROW: Coach Bob McCracken, Eddie Carr- Denver McMullen, Bob Atkinson, Sonny Williams, Eddie Ray, Dick Jurin, Harry Little. SECOND ROW: Dean Neal, Joe Craigo, Bernard McKay, Earl Ley, Allan Stewart, Charles Leech, Don VValters. THIRD ROW: Bernard Sharrock, Curly Wolff, Jim Walkenspaw, John Hackenbracht, Dean Fletcher, John Irwin, OFF Tl-IE RECORD Basketball Varsity N Year Won Lost 1927-28 ,,44 ,AAW 6 7 1932-33 .. 7 10 1940-41 ..,.. ..., . . 5 14 eeee e-ee 5 11 113131 - 2 11 1s11:f12, 11 3 1929-30 -e-- --Af 1 3 8 1935-36 ff .eff 8 9 1943-44 ,ff QQQ. 3 13 1930-31 ---- ---4 1 1 7 1936-37 .i,.. 12 6 1944-45 ..,, .1 14 10 1931-32 .,.. .... 7 9 1937-38 i,,.. 12 5 1945-46 ..,, .. 8 10 Football 1927 1928 1929 O . . . Opponent N-H-S Daopgfnent 6 Dansiiiaenelll 3aa..333a. 25 N H 71 Dennison ..... ,... 0 18 Uhgxhsifilfe At"""t" 42 0 Millersburg a,...,,, 0 12 Caldwell ------- 44-- 6 7 Caldwell ,,..ia ffff 6 13 Qeiinlsfgl '-'-'- 0 13 Flushing ,.,.... .... 6 13 Flushing ,....a ..... 3 3 7 Nzxvwlfhila ----1---'--'- 22 13 New Phila -----f---- 0 31 Qggfgflfggn --AA -- 13 ff Uhlrichvillel Qfflffl 38 0 Uhrichsville ........ 18 7 Coshocton """"" .32 0 Carrollton ,....,..1,t. 37 0 Carrollton .... 0 24 N Phil Dover --------'-------- A 32 7 D v 13 0 Aflrnn. a " lg 52 New Concord ....1. 6 12 0 er t"""' 'i't u 1 'A""" ""t A lumni ..1.1...,..,,.11 12 0 Won ----- ------- 4 Won ..,, aa...... 5 Won ..,,.. .,,,....1 4 Lost .1,., ,... 3 Lost .,,. ,,,., 4 Lost 6 This page is sponsored by: DENNISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Page Sixty-seven OFF the Record 1935 1941 Opponent N.H.S. , New Phila. ,4,....... 33 0 OPPOHQM N-H-5 1930 Cambrid e H .-,- 7 7 Bellalre St. Johns 6 27 Opponent, N H S DGUINSOI? .... ,.... 1 2 6 Dresden """"""" 0 34 Caldwell .,----,--.---. 0 1 Millersburg ,,....,... 12 7 Canfon St- Johns- 7 18 Uhrxchsvxlle 9 12 Dennison ............ 12 12 Won 'v-' -------- 0 Cadiz """" 12 19 Millersburg ,....... 7 12 119513 ------------------ 3 '3 """""""" . T d 1 Barnesvllle .......... 7 19 Danville ,............. 0 0 le ------"---------- . Carrollton .... 0 39 Sew Elglla' """"" 3 1936 Marietta ..... ...... 6 52 anfo 031 """"" Opponent N.H.S. Dennison ..,......... 25 13 Uhrlchsvllle ,....... 13 7 D . 13 0 Won 8 New Concord ...... 24 0 Nffinlsgn """""" 0 6 Lost """ A"""" 1 Dover .................. 19 0 Bjlfevigiegrg """" 0 19 """""""A"' Won ..... ......... 3 . """"""" Marletta Reserves 0 26 66:3 2 -.rd eer.eeee lg 12 1942 ew oncor 1 Opponent N.H.S. 1931 ' ghrichsville ...,.... 3 22 Cgaliiwell ,A,,,,,, 7 14 Rvarre .v..-.-....... e aire St. Jo ns 12 13 OPPOUGTW N-H-S Won .................. 6 Canton St. Johns 26 6 galdwell ------- 3 2 Lost .................... 2 Dresden .......,...... 34 0 M?H2l2?,?.fg"i1ii1i1i 66 0 1937 S3'ZL2S6116"ii1111i11i 13 5 D8IlVl116 ......,....... 0 26 Opponent Carrgllton ,,,,,,A,,, 7 12 New Phila. --,-----.- 38 0 Denfnson --'--------- 13 0 Uhrichsville ,....,.. 34 0 Carrollton ...,...... 21 6 Marietta ------ ----- 0 31 Dennison ,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 6 g11YlC1eSVl119 d .....,.. 47 20 fgffgfggflig -'---- -- 2 22 Won ...,.. ........ . 3 Diver Ti? .......... 27 6 Carrollton ---,--- -- 0 6 Lost 6 Coshcacfton ,.....,,.... 53 0 girnesvllk ----- V- 3 33 1943 on --ghh ---.-.--., 3 rlc SVI e .....,,. Lost .--'- -,----- 6 Navarre ..,,,.,..,.,,. 13 26 O . pponent N.H.S. Tled ---'-----'--'----4 1 ---- ---'-'-- ff gildwell H .........,,.. 6 14 ' ' - """""""""" richsvi e ........ 31 7 1932 Tied """---'--'----- 1 New Phila. ....,,.... 39 7 0 onent N.H.S 1938 Millersburg ......,. 0 34 PP - . Dover .....,............ 39 0 Opponent N.H.S. Cadiz --"-------------- 22 7 galdwell .... .... 7, 6 ghrichsville ........ 13 26 gglltoat St- Johns ennison ..... .... 0 ennison ..........,. 6 7 F0 011 ---.----'- Millersburg ,....... 0 8 Brewster ...... .. 6 13 Donn: St- Ma1'YS-- 6 26 New Phila. .......... 14 2- Millersburg .. 0 45 DSUYHSOU -----e--- 6 13 Carrollton .,...,..,... 0 12 Carrollton ....... .. 6 19 Won ------------------ 4 Uhrichsville ........ 6 0 Barnesville ..... .. 0 31 Lost --------e-----'-'- 5 New Concord ...... 27 7 Marietta ...... .. 6 34 Coshfwton .....,...... 67 6 Yon ..,.,............. 7 1944 on ..... .......... 2 ost ..............,... 0 Lost .,................ 6 1939 Opponent N.H.S. Tied .................. 1 Coshocton ............ 39 0 Opponent N.H.S. B rn Svil 7 1 . . a e le , . 9 1933 ggmgivllle -------- gg 3 Uhrichsville ........ 37 14 n ,',--- ---'V ' Opponent N-H-S' Brewster .............. 6 6 3321533255 iiiiiiii E ii? Dover --------4--'------ 57 0 Carrollton ........,... 13 7 C S J C9'1dW911 -'------------ 7 6 Barnesville ,..,,,.,,, 25 0 Cgxigfftont' -,-.. in lg. 3 Mff1eYS'if1?,fg1 "'-' 22 8 Mafigttg ------ ----- 6 7 0 neun. St. Marys.. 6 32 , ----A--- Cam ri ge .. ..... 25 0 D ' -,----..--.- 6 18 23:66:27 35 3 ee-- -eeee--- 0 -oee---oee-- ooo, 5 Unnehevillefijjjj 12 13 TEES jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj is Lost ---'-- -'-- 4 New Vgoncord ...... 13 0 1940 on .....,..........,. 1 Lost ..... ...... 6 Opponent N.H.S. 1945 Tied ................., 1 Philo .................,., 6 19 Opponent N.H.S. 1934 klllhrichsville .. 6 19 Malvern ............ .. 0 27 arietta ...... 13 27 Barnesville ..,....... 0 31 Brewster .... ..... 1 3 20 Uhrichsville ........ 13 0 Doffgfonent 26 NH-S6 Earnesville .......... 7 25 Bellaire st, Johns 33 19 Caldweii """""""" 6 18 Carrollton ............ 32 6 Millersburg .......... 18 19 Canton St. Johns.. 13 0 Denn. St. Marys.. 0 46 Mt Vernon 13 0 -' , """" Dresden .............. 14 14 Carrollton ............ 0 39 Mlllenburg ........ 0 14 D - 1 Dennison 24 0 enmson ............ 54 12 Mt, Yernon ........ 14 7 Carrollton 0 6 Won .... ........ 5 Dennlson ............ 26 0 Uhrichsville ........ 6 7 ,II1953 "" ""' ii E702 """ 'A"""' 2 1NIew Concord ...... 0 22 I "" """""' O S """ "'e" avarre .............. 12 0 Won ...... ......... 5 This page is sponsored by: Lest ------A----------- 4 THE NORTHERN ENC-RAVING AND ELECTROTYPE COMPANY Page Sixty-eight ENGRAVERS Fon NEWCOSEAN - "The year is past and over Say, hast thou spent it well? Hast thou lived each hour with a purpose true? Hast thou done each task thou wert called to do? What does the record tell ?" Offord INDEX Addy, Bonnie 28, 40, 42, 44, 50, 54, 55 Addy, Jane 36, 54, 59 Addy, June 32, 41, 50 Atfolter, Betty 32, 42 Aifolter, Francis 16, 49 Affolter, Paul, Jr. 36 Angle Barbara 36. 54 Angle, Charles 34, 52, 66 Angle, Eleanor 36, 54 Angle Lorena 16, 26, 42, 45, 46, 54 Angle, Lorna 30, 54 Angle, Virginia 16, 26, 45, 46, 47, 54 Arcore, Evelyn 30, 54 Art, Jack 16 Art, Ruth 32 Asher, Sara Beth 36 Atha, Betty 28, 50, 56 , Atkinson, David 36 Atkinson, Donald 16, 49 Atkinson, Joanne 30, 40, 41, 42, 50, 54, 58 Atkinson, John 6 Atkinson, Paul Dale 4, 16, 26, 28, 44, 45, 49, 50, 56 4 Atkinson, Robert 15, 16, 44, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 60, 61, 62, 67 Baker Baker: Baker Baker Bakeri Baker Bakeri 9 Betty 16, 42, 43 Gene 32, 50, ,52, 56 ' Glenn 34 5 John 30 Jean 30, 38, 40, 41, 50, 52, 54 Mary 30 P Richard 34 Barnett, Joan 34, 46,54 Barnett, Sue 32, 54 Barthalow, Harry 32 Bassett, Joann 34, 50 Bassett, Delores 34 Bates, Marjorie 32, 50 ' Beal, Albert 32, 50, 52 Beall, Norma 28, 41, 46, 50, 51, 56, 57 Beall, Gladys 11, 47 Bean, Marilyn 34, 35, 46 Beaver, Marjorie 36 Beiter, Darrell 34, 66 Beiter, Jack 32 Beiter, Otto 6 Belle, Robert 36 Belt, Ruby 30 Berger, Charlene 12, 17, 26, 41 Berger, Robert 30, 36 Berger, Roberta 30 Bernardo, Frances 28 Best, Beryl 32, 40, 41, 54 Besst, Jean 28, 41, 50, 54, 56, 57 Besst, Leslie 6 Bethel, LaVonne 36, 54 Billings, Camilla 34, 46, 54, 55 Blackbourne, Neola 32 Blackwell, Richard 30, 49, 50, Bodenhimer, Helen 28, 41, 42 Boone, Bill 36 Boone, James 30, 52 Booth, Betty 17, 42, 43 Booth, Robert 32, 46 Bourne, Charlene 32, 42 Bourne, Vera 17, 26 Bower, Wallace 11, 12, 38 Brady, Edna 34. Brewer, Elizabeth 30, 42, 43 Bricker, Jack 34 Bricker, Robert 36, 37 Brown, James 30, 52 Brown, Marjorie 54 Brown, Walter 34 Burdette, Ruth 32 Byrd, Jeanne 28, 40, 41, 54, 57 Byrd, Noah 12 Caldwell, Dorothy 30, 42, 43 Campbell, Charles 30 Campbell, Eugene 36 Cappel, Raymond 17, 26, 48 49 Cappel, Robert 30, 49, 52 Carney, Betty 32, 41 5 Carney, John 17, 26, 38, 45, 48, 49 Carney, Martha Jane 34, 46, 47, 59 Carr, Eddie 30, 49, 50, 52, 60, 67 Carr, Marvin 36 61 63 66 Page Sixty nlno : f-- f Q wqyywpgi ef-ww5,5 311413 ,f -gs Index Carr, Wrae 34, 46, 47, 54 55 Carruthers, Clyde 32, 46 Carruthers, Kenneth 32 Casteel, Edna 17, 54 Casteel, Donald 28, 49 Casteel, Martha 30, 41, 54 Castle, Jo Ann 30, 31, 40, 4 54, 55, 58 Castor, Anita 28, 41 Chaney, Jane 30, 41, 46, 47 Chaney, Norma 28, 41, 42 Chapman, Grace 28, 41, 50 Chapman, Robert 34, 35, 66 Clough, Charles 34, 36 Clough, Gerry 34 Clough, Joy 28 Clough, Mary Jane 34 Clum, Harold 32 Clum, Paul, "Curly" 36, 66 1, 42, 43, 50, Clutter, Leanna 36, 37, 46, 54 Coker, Jacqueline 34 Connor, Alma 32, 41, 54 Connor, Charles 36 Conrad, Charlotte 28, 41, 42, 44, 50, 54, 57 Cordrey, Betty Lou 36 Courtwright, Dean 17, 26 Couts, Betty 28, 42 Couts, Joann 32, 41, 42, 54 Covic, Betty 28 Craigo, Joseph 4, 15, 17, 26, 49, 64, 65, 67 Cramlett, Vernon 18, 26 Crater, Gerald 18, 26 Curby, Shirley 28, 42 Dansby, Emma Lou 32 Dansby, Geraldine 28 Dansby, Mary 36, 54 Daugherty, Dorothy 36, 46 Davis, Albert 10, 12 Davis, Dianne 34 Davis, Norma Jean 34 38, 39, 44, 45, Dayton, Margaret 32, 41, 50, 54 DeLong, Mary Jane 18. Denham, Robert 30, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 60 Dennis Charles 36 Dennis, Novella 28, 39, 41, 42, 50 DeRing, Evelyn 28, 41, 42, 52, 54, 55 Dorsey, Beverly 28, 41 Dorsey, James 32 Dorsey, Kenneth 18, 49 Page Seventy R fir- -- 'gganiw M. Dorsey, Margery 32, 41, 50, 54, 58 Douglas, Bob 36 Duhamel, Donald 34 Duhamel, Kenneth 28 Durben, Norma 28 Eckleberry, Wilmer 34 Egler, Marie 28 Egler, VVayne 28 Emler, Richard 28, 49 Erwin Bill 28, 49 Evans, Billy Joe 32, 50 Evans, Rhea Lou 28, 41, 50 Everhart, Glenn 36 Fairchild, Jim 32 Farrar, Charles 30 Farrar, Joanne 30, 41, 52, 54 Fenton, Donald 32, 52 Fenton, Robert 4, 18, 26, 44, 45, 49, 52 Fillman, Doris 28 Fivecoat, Carl 28, 49 Fletcher, Dean 4, 15, 18, 38, 39, 44, 45, 49 52, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 Floyd, Fern 18, 41 Foggin, Thelma 30, 42, 54 Foraker, Beverly 32, 41, 54 Ford, Kenneth 34, 50 Ford, Norma 30, 41, 54 Froelich, Marjorie 32, 41, 50 Gadd, Patricia 32, 56 Galbraith, Josephine 28, 42 Gardner, Peggy 30, 42, 54 Gates, Charles 28, 29, 44, 49, 57, 59 Gates, Ronald 34 Gatten, Eleanor 32 George, Chloe 5, 11, 12 Glazer, Robert 30, 31, 38, 49, 50, 56 Goodall, Raymond 13, 30, 49 Gottfried, F. J. 9, 12, 38, 39 Gray, Evelyn 30, 42 Gray, Helen 29, 41, 42, 46 Gray, John 11, 12 Gray, Mildred 30, 41, 42 Greathouse, Myles 34 Grewell, Barbara 18, 41, 42, 46, 47 Groff, Audrey 32, 41 Groff, Charles 36 rf , V 4 A , i.. , Groff, Martha 32, 41, 50, 54 Gunn, John 19, 49, 50, 51, 52 Guy, Bradley 32, 66 Gwynn, Larry 34 Hackenbracht, John 19, 26, 49, 50, 56, 60 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 Haines, Floyd 23 Haines, Ruth 36, 46, 50 Hammersley, Ruth 30 Hammersley, Don 34 Hammersley, Bill 32 Hammersley, Sonny 34 Hampton, Jack 32, 50, 56 Hannahs, Donald 34 Hannahs, Robert 28, 29, 39, 50, 51, 56 Hannahs, Richard 32, 50, 66 Hanson, Dr. C. A. 6 Harstine, Robert 30, 49, 52 Hart, Don 30 Hart, Virginia 34, 46, 47, 54 Hashman, Audrey 32, 40, 41, 50, 54 Haver, Francis 34, 66 Haver, Kenneth 34 Haver, Willis 28, 29, 38, 39, 44, 49 Hayes, Ruby 34 Herbert, Doris 32, 41, 54 Hogan, Esther 36, 54 Herbert, Jimmy 36 Hewitt, Herschel 36, 66 , Hickenbottom, Betty 30, 41, 54 Hildgblrand, Gloria 19, 26, 39, 41, 44, 45 Hill, Clifford 13, 30, 49 Hill, Irene 32, 41, 50 Hillman, Jeanetta 36, 37, 46, 47, 54 Hillman, Wanda 32 Hinds, Claude 10, 13 Holfman, Harold 34, 66 Hogg, Celia 4, 19, 26, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 54, 57 Hogue, Mildred 34, 46 54 Hoobler, Aldene 12 Hootman, Dale 34 Hootman, Eileen 34, 54 Hootman, Jack 32, 46 Horn, Herman 32 Hudson, Mary 30, 42, 54 Hughes, Louise 36, 37, 38, 54, 55 Hughes, Beatrice 32, 41, 54 Hughes, Betty 29, 41, 42, 54, 59 rsHWaMQsMWwvaaaamsamaaaaaaaaaalarn Index Hunnell, Betty 34 Hunter, Lloyd 30, 49 Hursey, Marjorie 36 Huston, Jessie 36 Imhoff, Patricia 4, 15, 19, 26, 40, 41, 44, 45, 54, 57 Irwin, John 29, 49, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67 Jacobs, Bill 30, 46 James, Clyde 36 James, Donald 32 James, Jean 29, 42 James, Larry 35 Jaynes, Dick 35 Jaynes, Joe 30 John, Frank 30 John, Shirley 34, 46, 54 Johns, Jan 36 John, Mae 29 Johnson, Don 29 Johnson, Norma 34, 46 Johnson, Natalie 12, 40 Jones, Carol 30 Jones, Luella 38, 42, 54 Julien, Maxine 32, 41, 50, 54 Jurin, Richard 30, 60, 61, 63, 66, 67 Kail, Erma Jean 19, 26, 41, 46 Kail, Ronnie 35 Kees, Dean 32 K ees, Vernon 30 King, Harry, Jr. 30, 49, 66 Kinsey, Robert 19, 49 Kirk, Margaret 4, 19, 26, 39, 41, 44, 45, 57 Kohl, Donald 32, 60 Kohler, Marilyn 35, 46 Kohler, Mary 35, 46 Kopes, Don 30, 31, 49, 60, 66 Landis, Paul 32 Lauer, Robert 30, 49, 60, 66 Leech, Charles 13, 30, 49, 60, 67 Lehman, James 32, 46 Lenzo, Arthur 13, 30, 49, 50, 60 Lenzo, Mike 36, 52, 59 Ley, Earl 20, 49, 57, 60, 61, 62, 67 Liggett, Floyd 32, 52 Liggett, Gerald 29, 49 Liggett, Vivian 20, 26, 42, 43, 54 Lindell, Albert 35 Lindell, Bobby 36 Page Seventy-one ' ,'?rf"'Z'!"9 index Lindell, Joann 29, 41 Lint, Betty 20, 26, 41 Little, Harry 30, 49, 50, 60, 63, 66, 67 Little, Parker 20, 49 Loader, Gloria 29, 41 Loader, Galen 36 Losey, Betty 30, 54 Loveless, Delores 28, 29, 41, 42, 54, 58, 59 Loveless, Marjorie 15, 30, 41, 44, 45, 54, 58 Loveless, Robert 36 Lower, Helen 20, 42, 43, 54 Lower, Virginia 14 Lower, Mary 30, 42, 43, 50, 54 Luce, Joan 33 g , W. - '., . 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Meek, John 37 Mercer, Clelia 10, 12, 44 Meek, Raymond 37, 52 Meek, Vernon 35 Meek, Gloria 31, 46 Milburn, Dean 31, 44, 49, 50, 60 Miller, Evelyn 31 Miller, Dean 33, 47 Miller, NVilliam 35 Milligan, Robert 21, 26, 49 Miskimen, Mary 31, 46 Mizer, David 31, 49, 50, 51, 54 Mizer, Donna 31, 35, 46, 57 Moore, Bonny Lee 35, 46 Luce, Mary Lou 35 Lyons, Suzanne 29, 41 McCracken, Robert 11, 12, 60, McCleary, Gary Ward 36, 52 McCoun, Charles Raymond 33 McCune, Joanne 33 McDonald, Joan 36, 46, 54 McDonald, Richard 36 64, 65, 67 McFadden, Wayne 4, 21, 26, 39, 45, 49, 50 McGinnis, George V13, 37 McKay, Bernard 31, 49, 50, 64, McKean, Evelyn 31, 41, 42, 54 65, 67' McMullen, Denver 21, 48, 49, 60, 67 McPeek, Joe 33 McPherson, Edith 31, 41, 42, 54 McPherson, Robert 37, 52 Macirliiglan, Christina 10, 12, 13, Maloy, Dale 33 Maloy, Julia 33 J Maloy, Harold 35 Mardis, Bill 35 Mardis, Phillip 31,66 Markley, Ronald :36 ' ' Marlatt, Delmar 29, 60, 64, 65 Marlatt, Joe 33,46 3 1 V Mason, Bettyl31, 41, 54 J Mason, Norma 33, 41, 42, 54 V Mathews, John, 35 , Mathias, Richard 36 1 1 Maurer, Alverta 20, 26, 41, 42 Maurer, Robert 35 ' Medley, Dorothy 28, 29, 38, 41 Medley, Lois 20, 94.1, 4-2, 43 Meek, Harry 37 4 Meek, Howard 33, 46 Page Seventy-two 39, 45, 46, Murphy Marie 33, 41, 50, 52, 54, 56 Murphy, Earl 35 Murphy John 35 Murphy, Jeanne 32, 33, 40, 41, 54 Nay, James 33 Nay, Shirley 37, 46, 54 Nay, Jean 29, 42, 43, 50 Neal, Bill 33 Neal, Carole 33, 41, 54 Neal Dean 29, 60, 66, 67 Neal Joan 33 Neal, Ralph 32, 33, 66 Newby, Kenneth 35, 66 Newby, Juanita 31 Nola11, Marjorie 31, 50 Norman, Marie 29 Norman, Rosemary 21, 41 Norman, Roy 37 Nugen, Robert 31, 52 Ogle, Betty 29, 42 Ogilbee, Helen 36, 37, 54 Opphile, Floyd 33 Ott, Eugene 29 Ott, Martha 33 Ott, Marjorie 21, 42 Ortt, Barbara 37, 54 Patterson, Kenneth 32, 33, 56 Patterson, James 34, 35 Patterson, Martha 29, 41, 54 Patton, Larry 46, 50, 51, 56 Paulun, Marjorie 37 Peters, DeYvonne 21, 26, 41, 42, 54 Peters, Shirley 33 Phillips, John 33 Phillips, Alwilda 11, 12, 40, 41 Phillips, Gary 33, 50, 60, 66 Pickering, Donald 10 Pollock, Tom 31 Porcher, Paul 33, 60 Portz, Patty 37,'46, 54 Portz, Elizabeth 11, 42, 43, 44 Powell, Frank 6 Powell, Mary Kathryn 29, 41, 42, 44, 46, 47, 50, 56 Proud, Barbara 35, 46, 54 Proud, Helen 21, 41, 54 Quillen, Faye 37, 46, 54 Quillen, Richard 35 Ray, Bob 33, 66 Ray, Donald, "Dick" 35, 66 Ray, Edward 29, 49, 60, 61, 63, 66 Rector, John 21 Rector, Lillie Mae 31, 41 Regula, Billy 37 Rennard, Doris 22, 41, 46 Rice, Gail 37, 52 Richardson, Billy 37 Rich, Lorena 11, 12 Ridgway, Samuel 33 ' - Riggs, Darrel 35 Riffle, Eugene 11, 12, 13, 66 Riggle, Gerry 35 2 Riggle, Florence 22, 41 Sarchet, Martha 35 Sarchet, Paul 33 Sarchet, Raymond 37 Saylor, George 35 Saylor, Norazella 31 Sayre, Billy 33 Schear, Elmer 10, 12, 50, 51, 57, 66 Schlupp, Frederick 37 Schwarm, Donaldt22 Schwarm, Richard 37 Schlarb, Jack 31, 49, 60 Scott, Eddy 37, 52 Sharrock, Farrill 12, 13, 47 Sharrock, Bernard 22, 26, 4 61., 62, 67 Index 52, 54, 55, 56,, 8, 49, 50, 60, Sharrock, Richard 31, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 56 Shaw, John 33 '- Shaw, John Albert 33 Shaw, Patricia 33, 41,'50, 54, 58 Sheperd, Dallas 35 Q: . Sheperd, Velma 33 Shryock, Norma 33,441,554 Shull, Ruth 33, 34 Shurtz, Norma 33 Sibole, Max 33 ' Silverthorne, Donald 30, 37,52 Silverthorne, Patty 35 Smith, Duane 29, 49, 50, 51, 52, 56, 57, 64, 65 . . ., Smyth, Phyllis 33, '41, 54, 58 Risher, Marjean 35, 46, 54 Robinson, Doris 33, 41, 50 Robinson, Richard 37, 52 Roe, Mary Lou 35, 46, 59 Roe, Robert 29, 44, Roeder, D. B. 8, 48, 49 Rogers, Janice 35, 46, 54 Ross, Gloria 31, 46 Ruffer, Anna Mae 31 Russell, Alverta 33, 41, 54 Russell, Ann 12, 13, 40, 41 Russell, Don 4, 15, 22, 26, 38, 39, 44, 45 48 49 ! Russell, Duane 31, 49 Salrin, Susan 29, 41, 42 Sanders, Dwain 37 Sanders, Norma 31, 42 Sarchet, David 31 Sarcliet, Joann 22, 42 snode, Elizabeth Ann, 3.1, 41, 42, 46, 54 Speer, Joan 31, 42, 43 u I Spring Alvin 37 ' , M W Stahl, Elsie 22, 39, 41, 57 Stahl, Helen 31, 41, 42 Steffen, Melba 12 ' ' i Stalter, Kitty 35, 46, 521 Stanley, Forest 35" -i Stewart, Allen 31, 49, 50, 60, 66, 67 Stocker, Earl 22, 48, 49 Stocker, Marvin, 37 Stocker, Tacy 29 Stonebr Stoner, ook, Edna 33 Thyra 12, 40, 41 Swigert, Sarah Jean 37, 46, 54 Swigert, Mary 10, 12, 13, 42, 43 Taylor, Taylor, John 29 James 37 Page Seventy-three 5 r lf'ICi2X Taylor, Kathryn 36, 37, 46 Taylor, Virginia 33, 41, 50 Tedrick, Beverly 37, 46, 54 Tedrick, Dean 33 Tedrick, Robert 31 Tedrow, Mary 29, 42 Temple, Jack 13, 31 Temple, Robert 23, 49 Thomas, VVilliam 32, 33 Thompson Thompson, Thompson Thompson Thompson, E. Louvane 11, 12, Charles 37, 52 Dale 35 Fred 29 Twila 31 Tice, Esther 31, 42 Tilton, Jeanne 31, 41, 42, 54 Titus, 'Bob 37 Titus, Earl 6 Titus, Mary Alice 35, Triplet, Gloria 37, 46 Tufford, Billy 37, 52 Twyman, Dale 31, 50, 52 Tyson, Earl 33 Tyson, Donald 23, 26 Urban, Clara Jean 37 Vandal, Frances 37 Vanderhoff, Anna 35 Vanderhoff, Dean 33 Vanderhoff, Val-Jean 33 Van Voorhis, Alice 31, 41, 42, 46 Van Voorhis, Harold 34, 35 Vierheller, Shirley 23, 42 ' VanSickle, Dwight 37 38, 46, 48, 49 54, 55 Walkenspaw, Grace 31, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 50, 54, 56, 58 Walkenspaw, James 23, 39, 44, 49, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67 Page Seventy-four Waller, Barbara 37, 54 lValler, Engene 33 Waller, Fern 31 W'aller, George 33, 46 Walters, Barbara 35, 46 VValters, Don "Flip" 31, 44, 49, 50, 61, 63, 64, 65, 67 Walters, VValdon 31, 60 Walters, VVallace 31, 46, 47 W'alton, Jerry 33 Wells, Bessie 31, 38, 42, 43, 52 West, Earl 31, 49, 50, 51, 52 Whitis, Glada 4, 23, 26, 38, 39, 40, 43, 44, 45, 54, 57 Whitis, James 33 ' Whyde, Barbara 37, 46, 54 Whyde, Gene 29 Whyde, William 33, 44, 66 Wiandt, Arlie 37, 52 VViandt,' Mary Carol 31, 46, 50 58 Marilyn 29 Wilkin, Willer, Pauline 29, 41, 42, 46 VVilliams, Raymond 31, 49, 60, 61, 67, ' Williams, Fern 35 VVilson, Betty 33 Wingeier, Bill 23 Wise, Jean 37, 46, 54 Wolfe, Helen Jane 23, 26, 40, 41, 50, 54, 57, 58 Wolfe, Donald 11, 12, 60 VVolff, Earl 35 Wolif, Kenneth "Curley" 29, 44, 63, 64, 65, 67 Woodard, Martha 31, 42, 46, Worthington, Jim 31, 52 Yanai, Richard 33, 50 Zeiner, Betty 31, 42, 54, 55 Zwoll, Alice 35, 54 THE PRINT SHOP OPP. 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