Newcomerstown High School - Newcosean Yearbook (Newcomerstown, OH)

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S., this volume of the Ncwcosmn is gratefully dedicated. THREE FOUR NEWCOMERSTOVVN HIGH SCHOOL LOYALTY We're 'loyal to you, N. H. S. We're orange and black N. H. S. We'll back you to stand 'Gainst the best in the land For we know you have sand N. H. S. Rah! Rah! So keep that in mind, N. H. S. The best are behind N. H. S. Our flag is our fame protector On, Classes, that we may do great things For our own N. H. S. Fling out that dear old flag of orange and black Lead on. ye Seniors, and ye Juniors, ahead Like classes of thrift and courage, Placing reliance, shouting defance-N. H. S .! Amid the broad green Hclds that nourish our land For honest labor and for courage we stand For unto thee we pledge our heart and hand, Dear old Newcomers High School Grand! Q 4 6 W ' ' L ,M A H5 I W NIL' VIL? gi, : V J L. Q, UL- g SIX BOARD OF EDUCATION of the NEWCOMERSTOVVN PUBLIC SCHOOLS President - ----A- l.0sli0 Bvsst Vim' IJl'l'SI'Ill'fIf - Fraii k Powell Fifi'A'-7'I'Ff1SllI'I'I' Otto .l. Bvitor l S fye!""'2f 'ws' ' Leslie Besst Dr. C. A. Hanson Earl Titus Otto J. Boitor John Atkinson Frank Powell IN MEMORIAM . BESSE FVANS The students and fxcuhv of N H S mourn the passmg of MISS Besse Evans but revere the memory of a tefxcher and frlend whom they loved She was a rzend whose heart was good She walked wzth us and understood Hers was a smzle we loved to see Hers was a hand that asked no ee For frlendlzness or I-tzndness done And now that she has yourneyed on Hers lS a lz e that never ends She leaves behznd uncounted frzends The followmg resolutlon of respect wis passed by the Board of Educauon on February 4 1948 It IS wzth deep sorrow and regret that we record the passzng of Mzss Besse Evans one of our rnost hzghly respected teachers She serz ed wzth unselhsh devotzon zn our schools for more than orty years wzth twenty ezght years as prznczpal of Fast Bulldlng The results of her untzrzng efforts and abzlzty zn rnoldzng character ln our chzldren wzll long be remembered . .. . -.1 5 ff' f l K so f s . ,, ,, , f, . A . f t 5 , C 4 ' f . ' ., 5 ' U. . . V . . . . f f . -. .. .. . . 4 . ' ' 57 I SEVEN EIGH-I' DONALD B. ROEDER Superintendent of Schools MANCHESTER COLLEGE., A. B. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, M. A. A better school program for boys and girls is the thought that is constantly in the minds of school superintendents. lVIr. Roeder has worked unceasingly towards this goal in the six years that he has been superintendent of the New- comerstown schools. He gains aid and inspiration for this program by associa- tion with other members of the teaching profession at meetings of many or anizations. One of these organizations is The American Association of School Administrators which met for its seventy-fourth annual convention in Atlantic City in February to consider many problems, among them that of federal aid for schools, compulsory military training, and America's responsibility in the expanding role of education. Another organization is the Northeastern Ohio Superintendents Workshop. This group meets once a month at Kent, Ohio, under the supervision of the Dean of the College of Education of Kent University to discuss such subjects as: revision of the state scholarship tests, the use of the audiometer in schools, the state music code and its restrictions placed on school bands and vocal organiza- tions, and legislation pertaining to public schools. A third superintendents' group is that of the Superintendents of the ex- empted villages of Ohio. Through membership in the Eastern Ohio Teachers Association, the Ohio Teachers Association, and the National Education Association Mr. Roeder, as well as the other teachers of our school, strive to give ever increasing service to their profession which is dedicated to the education of boys and girls. FRANKLIN J. GOTTFRIED Principal of N. H. S. BOWLING GREEN UNIVERSITY, B. S. IN EDUCATION OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, M. A. When the high school principals of Coshocton, Guernsey, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas Counties meet for dinner once a month, they have as their co- ordinator the principal of our high school, Mr. Gottfried. These principals discuss mutual school problems and form plans for the benefit of their high schools. As a result of these meetings our school has enjoyed exchanging assembly programs with neighboring high schools. Mr. Gottfried is a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Ohio High School Principals Association. In the latter organization he is a member of the Implementation Committee which furthers the use of the Evaluative Criteria of secondary schools. In the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Mr. Gottfried is a member of the Reviewing Committee which meets in Chicago once a year to approve applications of schools for membership in the association and to make recommendations for continuence of membership of schools which are already in the association. Through the efforts of our school administrators in maintaining high standards of education our high school has maintained continuous membership in this associaton since 194-0. NINE CHIIISTINA lVlAc:ivnLI.AN College of Wooster, A. B. University of North Carolina Spanish, English, Lihrary FAHRELL S1-mkkock Ashland College, B. S. Muskingum College Ohio University Industrial Arts, American History Cimitiiitzs B. SMITH Illinois College, A. B. University of Minnesota Mathematics, Biology MAIIGEIHX' ORTT TEN Indiana State Teachers College, Pa. B. S. in Ed. Mathematics, English FACULTY VVALLACE BOWERS Muskingum College, B. S. Ohio State University Spelling, Mathematics Assistant Principal CHLOE GEORGE Ohio University, A. B. University of Wisconsin English, Latin RosAL1E WILSON Muskingum College, A. B. Columbia University, M. A. English, History DONALD VVOLEE Wittenberg College, A. B. Ohio State University Mathematics, Social Science ELMER SCHEAR Otterbein College, B. M. University of Michigan Music ANNIs MCCOY Ohio State University, B. S. in Bus. Ed. Typing, Shorthand FACULTY Pm.-xI.I'iI BR.-XDIEN Muskingum College, B, S. in Ed. Bookkeeping, Business Law Business Mathematics, Psychology ALWILD.-x PHILLIPS Ohio University, A. B. Dean of Girls, English, Journalism TIIYIIA S'i'oNI4:R Capital University, A. B. Ohio State University Columbia University World History, American Problems AI,BP1R'I' DAVIS Ohio State University, B. S., M, S. Science, Agriculture IROIHCIVI' NICCIII.-XClCIiN Ohio Wesleyan, A. B. Ohio State University Health, Physical Education, Coach VVILMA VVII.soN Muskingum College, A. B. Ohio State University Home Economics gl Ill,I7..fxm:'i'1I Poiwz Muskingum College, B. S. in I-ld. Speech, Health EUGIQNIIL llIIfIfI.n Ohio University, B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University Industrial Arts, Coach CI..-ximiz PIINDS Cuz Muskingum College, B. S. Ohio State University Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Aeronautics Lu MERCER Muskingum College, A. B. Music, Literature, English ELEVEN MELBA STEFFEN ALDENE CELUCH Secretary to the Secretary to the Principal Superintendent SCHOOL BUSES READY TO TAKE STUDENTS HOME Nine school buses transport three hundred eighteen students to the Newcomers- town Public Schools. One hundred sixty-one of these students come to the High School. BUS DRIVERS VV. T. Johnson C. VV. Sanders Robert Johnson Kenneth Mason F. A. Rogers Cecil R. Gardner Harry Kehl Perry Atkinson J. Glenn Stewart TWELVE K Q, ,sf X, J l' ,Iii E, . SENIOR President - - Bernard McKay Vice President - - Don Kopes Secretary - Helen Stahl Treasurer - - Mildred Gray Social Chairman Jack Schlarb Don November 25 December 2 December 10 February 6 - May 7 - May 20, 21 May 23 May 24- FOURTEEN Mildred Bernie Helen Jack NIOTTO-Success through work. FLOWER-American' Beauty Rose COLORS-American Beauty Red and Gold K Y if SENIOR ACTIVITIES - Thanksgiving Party - Senior OSU Tests - - - Westinghouse Science Tests - Senior Scholarship Tests, New Philadelphia - - - - Junior-Senior Banquet - - Class Play - Baccalaureate - Commencement i..k : ANGLE ARCORE J. BAKER M. BAKER IoIINA JANE ANGLP1 "Lonnie" Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Band 3, 4: Y-Teens 2. 3: Future Homemakers of America 1. 2, 3. FVPILYN A. ARCOIIE Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Band 3, 4: "Erie" Y-Teens 2. IOXNNE ATKINSON KSAFL,ly77 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Y-Teens 1. Pro- gram Chairman 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Future Homemakers of America 4: Masque and Gavel 3. Social Chairman 4: Intramural Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2. Treas. 3, 4: Drum Majorette 1. 2, 3. 4: Girls' Trio 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing: A Song of Slxteen": "Sunbonnet Girl": "Spider's Web": 'Stardust". Cn NIC BAKER Iakcfi' Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Band 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 3. 4: I-Ii-Y 2: Industrial Arts Club 1: Intra- mural Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: "Sunbonnet Girl". . I ATKINSON G. BAKER BELT BLACKWELL JEAN BAKER 4'10arz" Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4: Student Council 2: National Honor Society 3. 4: Girls' Sextette 2. 3. 4: Clarinet Quartctte 4: Distric-t Music Contest 2. 3. 4: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixtecn": "Sunbonnet Girl". MAIIY' ICVELYN BAKER "Termite" Future Homcmakers of America 1. 2. 3. 4. RUBY BELT Cookie" RICHARD BLACKWELL lCDiCk77 Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 4: Dance Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Student Council 3: Industrial Arts Club 1: Football 3. 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity N 4: Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4. FIFTEEN JAMES BOONE CHARLES CAMPBELL "Daniel,' Mixed Chorus 2: Glee Club 2: Hi-Y 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 1: Hobby Club 3. ELIZABETH BREWER CCBugS7! Y-Teens 1, 4: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic As- soclatlon 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 4: "Sing A Song of Sixteen". JAMES BROWN Kilim!! Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Hi-Y 4: In- dustrial Arts Club 1: Intramural Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Hobby Club 3. DOROTHY CALDWELL "Dorf Y-Teens 1, 4: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT CAPPEL ClBOb77 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Masque and Gavel 4: Intramural Volleyball 2. 3: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Sunbonnet Girl": "Prelude": "Stardust". EDWVARD CARR "Suckiev IVIAR Class Pres. 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Masque and Gavel 3, Sergeant-av Arms 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity N 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Sunbonnet Girl": "Pre1ude": Baseball 4. THA JUNE CASTEEL Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "SunbOnnet Girl": Honor Society 4. 1 I 1ylf.1f2.ffi Y kv,-.,,kf vfgfyut I ' Xxx R, 1 ' 1. , BOONE BREWER U ' - ' BROWN ' A fy'-elf CALDWELL CAMPBELL CAPPEL CARR .,,, 't 1, k CASTEEL SIXTEEN ovwtivlh SE so Q'- CHANEY COULTER DENHAM FARRAR ' 1 Y FLETCHER FOGGIN FORAKEP. FORD JAN14: CIIANHY .IoAN CAs'1'L1a FLl'1'I'ClHiR "f'l11111c-V" Y4Tccns 1. 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America el: Librarian 1, 2. 3, 4: Scholarship 'TU.ll'll 3: Book Mcndini.: 1: "Sing A Song of t Sixteen". cilIAltLO'l"l'li CoUi.'i'1ca "GIz1c-Foot" Transferred from Coshocton High School 3 Mixefi Chorus 3. 4: Glee Club 3. Pres. 4: Band el: PCD Band 4: Y-Teens 3. Pres. 4: Girls' Sex- tettc 3. 4: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnct Girl": "Sim: A Song of Sixteen". lloixtam' IJEN it.-x M "Hob" Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Band 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y -1: Industrial Arts Club 1, Treas. 2, 3. Vice Pres. 4: Football 2, 3: Intramural Volley- ball 2: Mcnding Cluh 2: "Sunbonnet Girl": Scholarship Team Ai. .lo.fxN N ia DXAR RAR "Dolly" Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Masque and Gavel 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Sextette 1. 2, 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen"' "Pi'elude": "Stardust". ccjodyaa Class Social Chairman 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: Glcc Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Masque and Gavel 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association Treas. 1: Vice Pres. 2: Homecoming Attendant 1: Drum Majorcttc 2. 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen". THIQLMA Ji-:AN FOGGIN "Frog', Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 1, 2. 3. 4: Girls' Ath- letic Association 3. 4. VVAN DA Foimxiait HFI'l'l7A'IUSH Transferred from Old Vifashington High School 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Glee Club 4: Y-Teens 4: Christmas Cantata: Honor Society 4. Non M A JEAN Form "J e1mnz'e" Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4: Librarian 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1. 2: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Girls' Sextette 1. 2, 3, 4: American Legion Essay Winner 3: Music Contest. East Liverpool 3: Delejgate to Y-Teen Summer Camp 3: Christmas antata: "Sunbonnet Girl", SEVENTEEN .awk l ,ll . 1 GLAZER E. GRAY M. GRAY ' HARSTINE9 HICKENBOTTOM HUNTER ly',Cff I JACOBS J ROBERT DEAN GLAZEI1 Ronrzm' HAIRSTINE HiC,, CCBOE7 'Class Vice Pres. 33 Band 1. 2, 33 Pep Band 1. 23 Dance Band 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2. 3. 43 Ncwcosean Business Manager 43 Student Council 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 43 National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Football 3. 43 Varsity Football 3. 43 Varsity N 43 Intramural Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 43 Intramural Softball 2, 3. 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2. 3, 43 Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 Delegate to Buckeye Boys' State 4 "Mayor". EVELYN JEAN GRAY li 7, Jeanie Mixed Chorus 33 Glee Club 33 Band 3, 43 Y- Teens 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 1, Program Chairman 2, 33 Librarian 33 Honor Society 4: "Stardust". MILDRED RUTI-I GRAY lCMiZly75 Class Treas. 43 Mixed Chorus 1. 3. 43 Glce Club 1, 3, 43 Y'Teens 1. 2. 3. 4, Treas. 13 National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 1. 23 Christmas Cantata3 "Sunbonnet Girl". RUTH HAMMERSLEY I TraWferrefd.fro1p,West Lafegaette High School 23 Mixed Chorus 2, '3'f'43' Gilee lub 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Future Homemakers of America 43 Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 43 Scholarship Team 23 "Sunbonnet Girl"3 "Sing A Song of Slxteen"3 "Stardust". FIGHTEEN Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 33 Glcc Club 1. 2, 33 Hi-Y 1. 2, 33 National Honor Society 3. 4: Intramural Elogcyaball 1. 2. 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1. BE'r'rY J PLAN HICKENBO'I'1'0M CCRed77 Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 33 Glec Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Y- Teens 1. 2. 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 33 "Sunbonnet Girl"3 "Sing A Song of SIXIQEIIHQ Honor Society 43 "Stardust". LLOYD HU NTHIK Transferred from Leavittsburg High School 13 Dance Band 3. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 43 Basketball Manager 33 Varsity N 2, 3, 42 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 2. 3. 43 Intramural Softball 2, 3. 4: "Sing A Song of Sixteen"3 "Life of Party"3 "Stardust". BILL JACOPS "fake" Industrial Arts Club 1, 23 Hobby Club 3. JOR JAYNES IIARRY KING CCI10f,?'77 Industrial Arts Club 3, 4: Football 3. 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity N 4: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3. 4. Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3: Hi-Y 2. 3: In- dustrial Arts Club 1. 4: Basketball 2: Intramural Volleyball 1. 2. 3. -1: Intramural Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4. DONALD SCOTT KOPES FRAN 11 JOHN Iltllllllax .IONlcs Class Treas. 2. Sec. 3. Vice Pres. 4: 1Ii-Y 3. 4: National Honor Society Student Council 1. 3: . 2. 3, 4: Football I. 2. 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, 41 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 41 Varsity Basketball 3. 4: Varsity N 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 4: American Legion Essay Winner 2. CHARLES RUSSELL LEIECII. JR. Ulonscp-"' Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 1. 2, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1. 2, 3. Sports Man- ager 4: Christmas Cantata. RICHARD V.-xNl4: .IllRlN "Freddy Diclf" Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 1: Hi-Y 2. 3: In- dustrial Arts Club lz Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Co- Capt. 4: Varsity Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Varsity Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4:-Varsity N 2. 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Softball 2, 3. 4: "StarduSt". ccBugS77 Class Vice Pres. 2: Ili-Y 2. 3: Social Chairman Al: Ncwcosean Advertising Manager 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Masque and Gavel 3, 4: Foot- ball 1. 2, 3. 4: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity N 1. 3. 4: Intramul'al Volleyball 1, 4: Scholarship Team 3: Varsity Basketball Manager 1: Intra- mural Softball 4 Student Council 4: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Life of Party". ARTHUR LIQNZO 6CArZ75 Band 1. 2: Pep Band 1: Orchestra 1: Ili-Y 2: Newcoscan Photo Editor 4: Industrial Arts Club 1. Vice Pres. 4: Football 2. 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity N 4: Intramural Volleyball I. 2 3 4' .JAYNES V .T ' JOHN Intramural Softball 2. 3. 4. i ' l ' 'X I '. Q l fl' . 5 2' I I -v- 'T A ai "'2f5? , '- JONES I A JURIN KING V ' KOPES 4 LEECH LENZO if A NINETEEN HARRY A. LITTLE BERNARD MCKAY Class Secretary 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, Pres. 4: 66 ' 77 Glee Club 1. 2. 3, vice Pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Song- Befflle leader 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Football 1, 3. 4, Manager 2: Varslty Football 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity N 2. 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Barbershop Quartette 4: Intra- mural Softball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 3: American Legion Essay Winner 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnet Girl": "Sing A Song of Sixteen". MARY LOWER Mr1go,, Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America I, 2, 4: Librarian 4: Intramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Social Chairman 4: Christmas Cantata. PHIL MARIJIS Industrial Arts Club 1. 2: Social Chairman 3. 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Varsity Football 4: Basket- ball 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity N 4. VP RA NICGI-LE Vecw Mixed Chorus 1: Y-Teens 4. I . if Class Vice Pres. 1. Pres. 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Industrial Arts Club 1, 4: Football 1, 3. 4: Var- sity Football 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Varsity N 2, 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3. 4: Intramural Soft- ball 2, 3. 4: Kina Attendant 3: Christmas Can- Eita: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Sunbonnet Ir EVELYN MCKEfXN CAEUJS Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Masque and Gavel 4: Librarian 2: Intramural Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4: Prince of Peace Winner 4: "Sunbonnet Girl": "Sing A Song of Sixteen": A'Life of Party" : "Stardust". EDITH IVICPHERSON CCE-Iieew Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, Treas. 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1. 2. 3. 4: "Sunbonnet Girl": "Sing A Song of Sixteen". GLORI.A J. MEEKS Y-Teens 3. 4: Future I-Iomemakers of America 4: Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4. , - I g'.,.'ff11 1 LITTLE' 1 LOWER A' ' MARDIS - " I MCGEE MCKAY MCKEAN MCPHERSON MEEKS TWENTY 1 fl 'N W fir Q, MILBURN DAVID MIZER No1,AN NUGEN IDE.-XN INIILBURN "Tossi1:" Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Hl-Y 2, 3. 4: Ncwcosean Athletic Manager 4: Industrial Arts 1: Masque and Gavel 4: Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Varsity N 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3: Stage Crew l, 2. 3, 41 Intramural Softball 2: "Sun- bonnct Girl": 'Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Spiders XVcb": "1.ifcof Party", "Stardust". Dxyin lvllllilt NIJIIITN Band 1, 2, 3, -lg Ili-Y 2, 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club 1. Dow NA Muna Mixed Chorus Aceomp, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. -l: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Newcosean Asst. Business Manager 4: Librarian 33 Girls' Sextette Accomp. 2: Hobbv Club Pres. 4: Girls' Quintette 3. 4: I-Eastern District Music Audition Contest 2, 3, 4: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnet Girl": Honor Society -l. ITAN I'I'.-K IXJIZVVBY KSWUIIIIIIQ7 Glee Club 3. DONNA MIZER NEVVBY POLLOCK RECTOR MARJORIR NOLAN "Nuts" Band 1, 2, 3, -lg Y-Teens 3. ROBERT NIIGICN 66801279 Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 1: Hi-Y 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Hobby Club See.-Treas. 3: Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Varsity N 3, 4. Trloivms CLI-:NN PoLI.ocK 'cTom,' Mixed Chorus 1: Hi-Y 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Intramural Volleyball 4: Hobby Club 3: Honor Society 4: Baseball 4. IIILLII-I MAL: Rlccroa Midi!!! Y-Teens 1. 2, 3: Future Homemakers of America Treas. 45 Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 2. 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Assoc. 2, 3, 4: Hobby Club Treas. 4: "Sing A Song of S1xteen": "Stardust" House Manager. TWENTYVONE I I I .g GUM lor! f, ,fe ,ITL vw -L ' is s . : 'fi . ' sw . I .. -' f r ' ' .nl 1 . . N W ,.,51-'13 491141-2 y,,4k,,1.!g ROSS RUFER .f " X' RUSSELL I I SANDERS SARCHET SAYLOR SCHLARB A SHARROCK GLORIA J. Ross CCMil?A-y7! Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Band 3, Vice Pres. 4: Orchestra 2. 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Program Chairman 4: Newcosean Asst. Advertising Manager 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Librarian 2: Intramural Volleyball 1: Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1: Scholarship Team 1. 2, 3: American Legion Essay Winner 4: Girls' Sex- tettv 2: Music Contest at Muskingum 2, 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen", AN NA MAl11 HUFER "Bnbe', Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Future Home- makers of America 3: Homecoming Queen 4: Queen of Spring. DUANE RUSSELL ffsfmlfya Ili-Y 2. Treas. 3. Pres. 4: Newcosean Editor-in- Chief 4: National Honor Society 2, 3. 4: In- dustrial Arts Club 1: Masque and Gavel 3, Vice Pres. 4: Varsity Football Manager 3, 4: Varsity N 3, 4: Intramural Vollegball 1, 3: Scholarship Team 1. 2. 3: Buckeye oys' State Auditor of Highway Dept., State Engraver 4: American Legion Essay Winner 2, 4: Projection Crew 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Training Camp 4: District Hi-Y Pres. 43 Delegate to Ohio Area Hi-Y Congress 4: Intra- mural Softball 2, 3: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Spider's Web": "Stardust", Non MA SANDERS "Norme', Y-Teens 1, 4: Future Homemakers of America 2. 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4, TWENTY-TWO DAVID L. SARCHET CCDHIXQH Hobby Club 2. 3, 4. NOIIZELLA SAYLOII HZelIie" Mixed Chorus 4: Glee Club 4: Future Home- makers of America 3. Sec. 4: Pottery Club, Social Chairman 4: Christmas Cantata: "Stardust", J ACK SCHLAEB Cljgkei 7 Class Social Chairman 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2: "Sunbonnet Girl". RICHARD EUGENE SHARROCK i'Riclz', Class Treas. 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 4: Band 1, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club Treas. 1: Masque and Gavel 3, Pres. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 4: Intra- mural Basketball 1. 2: Scholarship Team, 1. 2, 3, 4: Prince of Peace 3, Local and County Winner 4: American Legion Essay Winner 3, 4: Intramural Softball 2: Double Quartet 2: Delegate to Buck- eye Boys' State. Clerk of Court 4: Barbershop Quartette 4: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4: Delegate to Ohio-West Va. Hi-Y Congress: Hi-Y Summer Camp 4: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnet GiI'l"1 "Sing A Song ot' Sixteen": First place in District Speech Contest: "Spider's Web": "Stardust". ELIZABETH ANNIC SNODPZ JACK TEMPLE t'Snnng" "Jackson" Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 2, 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Masque and Gavel 3. Publicity Chairman 4: Librarian 2, 3. 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1. 2. 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 3, 4: Prince ol' Peace Local VVinner 3: Speech League VVinner 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song ol' Sixteen"3 "Prelude": "Stardust". IoAN Semen GSJOQ5 Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 1, 4: Y-Teens News Reporter 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Future Homemakers of America 1. Historian 2. Sec. 3, Pres. 4: "Stardust". I Ii I.1cN STAHI, Class Sec. -1: Mixed Chorus 4: Glee Club 1. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Neweosean Seni:-r Class Ifld. 4: Student Council 1, Sec. 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Future Home- makcrs of America Vice Pres. 4: Librarian 3. -l: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basket- b'ill 1. 3: Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1. 2. 3: Scholar- ship Team 1. 2, 3, 4: American Legion Essay Win- ner 3. 4: Delegate to Y-Teen Summer Camp 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen. AI LEN S'I'IiVVAR'l' Ci W 77 I rouclz Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Pep Band 1: Orchestra 1: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Industrial Arts Club 11 Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Varsity Football 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Varsity N 2. 3, 4: Intra- mural Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2: Intramural Softball 2, 3. 4. HJ ,..4,,'z't.:fL,5G, Hi-Y 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Hobby Club 3: "Sing A Song of Sixteen". HELICN .IIQANNE TILTON Jeannei' Mixed Chorus 1. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, News Reporter 4: Buckeye Girls' State 3. IJALE TWYMAN Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 3. 4: Pep Band 1, 2: Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 3. Publicity Agent 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Masque and Gavel 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 2. 3, 4: Speech League Winner 3: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbon- net Girl": "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Prelude": "Stardust": "Poetry Reading Contest of High School Speech League 4: Winner of Dlstrlct Music Contest 4. ALICE IONI2 VAN Voomus C6OOp 77 Z6 Mixed Chorus 1: Glcc Club 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, Sec. 3. 4: Student Council 3. 4: National Honor Society 3, Treas. 4: Future Homemakers of America News Reporter 4: Librarian 2: Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4: Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2. 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2. Sports Manager 3. Pres. 4: Scholarship Team 1. 1 'L J- JWQ 19' I-wwe: 4.-1.1. X115-. . , A , SNODE sPEER "A s'rAHL X I '1 STEWART TEMPLE TILTON TVVYMAN VAN VOORHIS TWENTY-THREE GRACE ANNE VVALKENSPAW "Gracie" Class Sec. 1, Social Chairman 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens Sec. 1, Pres. 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Masque and Gavel 3, Sec. 4: Librarian 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volley- ball 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4. Sec. 2: Home- coming Attendant 2: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: American Legion Essay Winner 2: Representa- tive to Y-Teen Camo 2: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Sunbonnet Gir1": "Star- dust" business manager. FERN WALLER Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 4: Masque and Gavel 4: Intramural Volleyball 1: Intramural Basketball 1: Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1. WALLACE B. WALTERS "Weary" Industrial Arts Club 1: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Football 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity N 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnet Girl". WALDON WALTERS. JR. i'Wall" Industrial Arts Club 1. 2. 3, Pres. 4: Football 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, Manager 4: Varsity N 4: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Softball 2, 3, 4. DONALD WALTERS C6Flip77 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Football 1, 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4: Varsity N 2. 3. 43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Stage Crew 2, 3, 43 "Sunb,:nnet girllnl "Stardust" stage manager: Baseball 1. 2, DON WARREN UDOCH Transferred from Des Moines High School: Class Pres. 3: Hi-Y 3, Sergeant at Arms 4: National Honor Society 3. Pres, 4: Football 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, Co Capt. 4: Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Basketbwll 3, 4: Varsity N 3, 4: Intramural Vol- leyball 3, 4: Scholarship Team 3, 4: Intramural Softball 2, J. BESSIE MAE WELLS Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres, 4: Boys' Glee Club Accomp. 4: Y-Teens 4: New- msean Assoc. Editor 4: Student Council 2. 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Future Homemakers oi' America Cnorister 1, Pianist 2, 3, Treas. 3: Masque and Gavel 3. Treas. 4: Homecoming Attendant 4: Girls' Sextette 2: Eastern Ohio Music Audition Contest 2, 3, 4: Double Mixed Quartette 2: Quintet 3. 4: Barbershop Quartette Accomp. 4: Christmas Cantata: "Sing A Song of Sixteen": "Life of Party": "Stardust". MARY CAROL WIAN DT 44Mary Carol" Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of America 1, 4: Librarian 1, 2: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4: "Stardust". WALKENSPAW I, WALLER - " WALLACE WA D. WALTERS I' TWENTY-FOUR WARREN f . WALDO WELLS wb 1 WIANDT N , x Q' r 'Q I 4 'nl lt .tw MON D Wi1.1.1.,x Ms uS077T'1j"7, Mixed Chorus 3, -tg Glee Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Industrial Arts Club 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 41 Varsity N 2, 3, 'tp Intramural Vol- leyball I, 3, -1: Intramural Basketball l, 2: Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, -lg Barbershop tguartette -tx Christmas Cantata: "Sunbonnet Girl", "Sing A Song of Sixteen". iX1Alt'l'H .Ax AN N VVooDA1m Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, -4: Y'Teens I 2, 3, 43 Future I-Iomemakers of America -tg Librarian 2, 3: Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball l, 2. 3, -4: Girls' Athletic Assoc-iatirn l, 3, 43 May Queen Attendant I. .lxmllzs VVOR'l'IIING'I'ON Allin" Mixed Chorus l, 2: Glee Club I. 2: Ili-Y 4: Intra- mural Volieyhall 1, 2. 3: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3: llobby Club 3. Bis'r'rY ZEINIZR Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -tg Glee Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4: Orch- estra -15 Future llomemakers of America 33 Intra- mural Volleyball 1, 2, 31 Intramural Basketball 2, Scholarship Team 2: District Music Audition Contest 2, 3, fl: Girls' Sextette 2: Girls' Quin- tette 3, At, Pottery Club See. -1: Christmas Can- tata: "Sing A Song of Sixteenn: Honor Society Aff R XVILLIAMS XVOODARD XYORTHINGTON ZEINER VETERANS' CLASS Six veterans have resumed their studies at N. H, S. Of these, Don Stewart, Harold Durben, and Frederick Snyder have eompleted their high school courses and were granted diplomas at the end of the first semester. Vernon DeLong and Frank Lenzo will complete their Work at the end of the second semester. Their classes have been taught by Mr. Shar- rock, Mr. Gottfried, and Mr. Bowers. First Row: Don Stewart, Frank Lenzo, Bill Raach. Second Row: Mr, Sharrock, Fred Snyder, Harold Durben, Vernon DeLong, Mr. Gottfried. 'I'VVI4IN"l'Y-FIVFI Ohio Clipper Enroute from Newcomerstown to Pittsburgh Dear Melba, We, your old friends, Alice VanVoorhis and Dale Twyman, are writing to you as we fly back to Pittsburgh after attending a reunion of our high school class in Newcomerstwn. Since we live in the same apartment building in Pittsburgh we traveled to our old home town together. This is the invitation we each had received: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Couts and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fletcher, Ir. request your presence at a reunion of the -Class of 1948 at the Ritz Hotel, Newcomerstown, Ohio June 12 - 14, 1963 On reaching Newcomerstown, we went immediately to the hotel. We were pleased to find it owned and operated by Harry King and Harry Little. We had a hearty greeting from Bob Nugen, who was at the hotel desk. As we were crossing the lobby we saw a man whom we recognized im- mediately as Dean Milburn, the famous Ohio publisher. He was accompanied by his efficient secretary, Martha Casteel. Dean told us that he was on his way to a style show in the grand ballroom and invited us to join him. We gladl accepted his invitation. Upon entering the ballroom we saw a huge sign which told us that this show was sponsored by "The Three Mc Shoppe". After being seated, Martha told us that "The Three Mc Shoppe" was owned by our class- mates Vera McGee, Evelyn McKean:'and Edith McPherson. We also learned from Martha that the?oWnE'vi75re"designed by the famous New York designer, Mary Lower. The creations were beautifully modeled by Norma Ford, Martha Woodard, and Jeanne Tilton. Dean mentioned that the murals of this room had been painted by Duane Russell, world-famed artist. Later on, in looking over the hotel building, we found that it had been designed by Donald Kopes of the Kopes Kunstruction Cumpny and that the electrical wiring had been planned by Bob Glazer On entering the dining room we were met by the hostess, Evelyn Arcore, and were served by Anna Mae Rufer. They told us that the Wiandt Beauty Shop was in the hotel building, and that Mary Baker and Ruby Belt were tele- phone operators in the hotel. They also told us that Bessie Wells, renowned pianist, was vacationing in Newcomerstown this month. The next day was the first day of the reunion. Many of the guests ar- rived at the hotel in cabs owned by Weary-Walt Cab Company. At the first session of the reunion, after much animated conversation about our school days, we were led in singing of old N. H. S. songs by Jean Baker, Supervisor of Music at Bowling Green University. Donna Mizer, In- structor of Piano at the same university, played for us, just like old times. The rogram that followed was headed by Sonny Williams, the comedian wlio succeeded Red Skelton. After Sonny's hilarious performance, we enjoyed many musical numbers. The first of these was music by the .lim "Spike" Brown band which features Betty Zeiner as violinist, Gene Baker as drummer, and Richard Blackwell as saxaphone player. Joanne Farrar, sin er at the "Orange and Black Grove", owned by Art Lenzo, sang several popular numbers and .T ack Schlarb gave his famous imitation of Al Jolson. TWENTY-SIX Elizabeth Anne Snode of the Speech Department of O. S. U. and Richard Sharrock, star of the radio drama "Mosquito Trap", gave a very entertaining impromptu skit. David Sarchet, news commentator over WTNS CWaller, Temple, Newby, and Sandersj concluded the program by giving an enlightening talk on the preparation of a radio program. The next day a lunch was scheduled for the class at the Four-aker Ranch, fifteen miles north of Newcomerstown. On our way to the ranch we stopped at the C 8a B Club CCaldwell and Brewerj where two nurses joined us, Joanne Atkinson and Ruth Hammersley, Public Health nurses for Tuscarawas County. With them were two high school teachers from Fresno, California, Evelyn and Mildred Gray. Before the lunch we talked with some of the sportsmen of our illustrious class. Allen Stewart, sports writer, was there as well as Eddie Carr, boxindg cham ion, Flip Walters, Eddie's manager, Captain Don Warren of Eglin Fiel , Floridlag and Dick Jurin, coach at Michigan. They were all discussing the re- sults Dick was getting from having his boys drink milk from the Cappel Dairy Corporation. We were happy to meet Luella Jones, manager of the Jones Independent Basketball Team. With her were her star player, Lillie Rector, and her mascot, Betty Hickenbottom. We enjoyed a delicious lunch that had been planned by Gloria Ross and Helen Stahl, nutrition experts and home demonstration agents. The soup was from the well-known CCharlesj Campbell Soup Kitchens. Other items on the menu had come from the M-K store that is operated by Tom Pollock. The dessert was the famous CJimj Daniel Boone Ice Cream. After the lunch we rode back to the hotel with Charles Leech, president of Dodge-Leech, Incorporated. He told us that his legal advice comes from Attorney Charlotte Coulter, and that Grace Walkenspaw is his beautiful and efficient secretary. He also mentioned that he has secured the services of the expert accountants Marjorie Nolan and Gloria Meeks, and that he was installing on his new cars the CThelmaj Foggin Fog Lites. Altho we did not see them, we learned that the following were at the reunion: Bob Denham, chemical engineer, Jane Chaney, owner of the Chaney Small Chan e stores, Bill J acops and Frank John, inventors of the J . J . Tractor, and Bernarf McKay, owner of the "Say it with McKay Flowers" nurseries. Five other class members who were unable to attend were: David Mizer, of the Ohio Conservation Bureau, Bob Hartsine, of the Federal Agriculture Department, Joe J aynes and Lloyd Hunter, pitcher and short stop, respectivel , of the Cleveland Indians, and Jim Worthington, manager of the J . C. Worth- ington Clothiers, Peoli, Ohio. -Q It was fun seeing the old gang. We are already looking forward to our next reunion. Sincerely, ALICE and DALE P. S. Alice is doing fine work as Superintendent of Nurses at Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh. Dale P. S. All the singers in Pittsburgh are wanting to take lessons from Dale. He has a beautiful studio in the city. Alice TWENTY SEVEN Richard Blackwell, Ed. Carr, Charlotte Coulter, Joan Farrar, Joanne Fletcher, Luella Jones, Dick J urin. Harry Little, Mary Lower, Bernie McKay, Donna Mizer, Anna Mae Rufer, Duane Russell, Jack Schlarb, Richard Sharrock. Elizabeth Ann Snode, Helen Stahl, Alice Van Voorhis, Grace Walkenspaw, Flip Wal- ters, Don Warren, Martha Woodard, James Worthington. Best Looking ......... Best Disposition ,.,... Best Student ............ Smoothest Dancer ......... Ablest Speaker ...,.....,........ Most Likely to Succeed Best Vocalist ...................... Best Instrumentalist ........ Best Athlete .............,...,... Best School Spirit .,..... Friendliest ..........,..... Wittiest ................... Best Personality ....,. Most Digniiied ....... Bernard McKay Duane Russell Don Warren Bernard McKay ii Richard Sharrogk Don Warren Harry Little Richard Blackwell Dick Jurin Richard Sharrock Jack Schlarb Don Walters Jack Schlarb James Worthington Anna Mae Rufer Alice Van Voorhis Helen Stahl Joanne Fletcher Elizabeth Anne Snode Helen Stahl Joann Farrar Donna Mizer Luella Jones Charlotte Coulter Mary Lower Charlotte Coulter Grace Walkenspaw Helen Stahl Charlotte Coulter Most Popular ..... Best Actor ......,,. Best Dressed ..... Flip Walters Ed. Carr Elizabeth Anne Snode Don Warren Martha Woodard '- SENIOR CLASS PLAY, MAY 20, 21, 194-8 "STARDUST" by WALTER KERR Mrs. Ralph Portz - Director C A S T Prudence Elizabeth Anne Snode Miss Robinson Claire - - Bessie Wells Miss Jones - Marion - - Joanne Farrar Phil - Janet - - - Joanne Atkinson John - Dean of Women - Ruth Hammersley Rairnund Cynthia - Evelyn McKean Mr. Bach Mavis - - - Evelyn Gray Jerry - Stella - Betty Hickenbottom Arthur - Miss Freeman - - Mary Carol Wiandt Tad - Business Manager, Grace Walkenspaw Stage Manager, Do House Manager, Lillie Rector TWENTY-EIGHT A Norzella Saylor - Joan Speer - Bob Cappel - Dick J urin Lloyd Hunter Richard Sharrock Dale Twyman Duane Russell Dean Milburn n Walters CLASS WILL We, the members of the Senior Class of 194-8, being of un- sound mind and wavering principles, do hereby relinquish to the worthy Juniors and reluctant underclassmen, who will follow in our faltering footsteps, the following: I, Eddie Carr, leave chalk in the study hall for Kenny Carruthers to throw. We, Lorna Couts and Joan Fletcher, will our success in matrimony to Pat Gadd. I, Sonny Williams, leave with Jean. I, Helen Stahl, relinquish my dignity to Marilyn Bean. I, Richard Sharrock, will my school spirit to the Juniors who may not have found theirs. I, Jim Boone, leave my towering height to Kenny Ford. I, Allen Stewart, leave the women to the mercy of Gary Phillips. I, Don Warren, leave the Juniors girls still dreaming-in vain. I, Gene Baker, leave my seat in the Principal's private conference room to Floyd Liggett. I, Dick Jurin, give my manlyphysique to Jack Hampton. We, Gloria Meeks and Marjorie Nolan, leave our seats in Book- keeping II to all the unfortunate. I Norma Ford, will my love for a Hannahs boy to Marjorie Froelich. I, Joanne Farrar, donate my membership in the "Warblers' Club" to Shirley Johns. I, Jack Schlarb, leave my place on the Hughes front porch to Francis Haver. I, Charles Leech, give my taxi license to Bill Evans. I I, Grace Walkenspaw, bequeath my ability to look like 'Spring' in the middle of the winter to Joan Barnett. I, Anna Mae Rufer, leave my crown to any one fortunate enough to be elected Queen. I, Jim Brown, donate my water pistol to Jim Nay. I We, Dorothy Caldwell and Elizabeth Brewer, bestow our daily trips up town during class to Beryl Best. I, Jeanne Tilton, give my hidden talents, which are yet to be found, to Audrey Hashman. I, Fern Waller, bequeath my flirtatious ways to Audrey Groff. 7 I, Waldon Walters, leave the road to Kimbolton deserted. I, Bob Cappel, leave with a yard of adhesive tape over my mouth, which was put there in vain. I, Bob Glazer, give my bottle of hydrogen peroxide to Bob Chap- man. I, Mary Baker, relinquish my timid manner to Margaret Dayton. ' '.-fl 's TWENTY-NINE THIRTY 'IPI Duane Russell, leave Mary Alice--the boys hope. 1, I, Donna Mizer, leave Journalism Class quietly. I, Harry King, leave the Chemistry Lab. - minus a roof. I, Don Kopes, leave Beryl Ann regretfully. I, Mildred Gray, entrust my innocent look in time of need to Bill Thomas. I, Art Lenzo, relinquish my ability to get to school on time to Bob McPherson. We, Gloria Ross and Bob Denham, give our place in the halls to Norma Shryock and Jerry Stokes. I, Martha Casteel, leave my shyness to Doris Robinson. I, Norma Sanders, will my low stature to Maxine Julien. I, Joanne Atkinson, give my well worn "jeans" to Virginia Taylor. I, Jim Worthington, entrust my desk full of stolen pencils for Bill Whyde to add to. I, Dale Twyman, leave my love for music to the Boys' Glee Club. I, Betty Hickenbottom, leave my shining personality to all the Juniors for a rainy day. , Evelyn McKean, leave my collection of Hi-Y pins to Barbara Walters. I, Bob Nugen, donate my collection of flashy ties to Don Fenton. I, Harry Little, bequeath my flat tires and dented fenders to Jack Hampton. I, Bernie McKay, leave Mrs. Phillips' gas tank -empty. I, Edith McPherson, will my long fluttering eye-lashes to Pat Evans. I, Richard Blackwell, give my cherished English book, which is yet to be opened, to Marie Murphy. I, Luella Jones, entrust my athletic ability to all who eat Wheaties. I, Jane Chaney, leave my drawings in the waste paper basket. We, the Seniors of if:102, leave Mrs. Phillips still hunting for Grace's glasses. We, lEhedSeniors of :p':105, leave with a full stomach-and empty ea . We, the Seniors of :H:101, leave Mrs. George in peace and quiet. We, the members of the Senior Class leave what is left of good old N. H. S., though it be in pieces, to the ever-budding Juniors. Having thus disposed of all our earthly traits, virtues, bad habits, and what have you to the ever dignified underclassmen, we now take leave, never to return as students, but we shall always hold our precious experiences in our memories. Attorney-at-Large, Witnesses: Charlotte Ann Coulter Norma Ford Harry King J U IORS President ---- Phyllis Smith Vice President - - Kenneth Patterson Secretary - - Jeanne Murphy Treasurer - - Jerry Stokes Social Chairman Marie Murphy President - - - Jim Patterson Vice President - - Dean Combs Secretary - Martha Jane Carney Treasurer - - - Barbara Walters Social 'Chairman - - Marilyn Bean FRESHMEN President - - - Herschel Hewitt Vice President - - Barbara Ortt Secretary - - Bob Bricker Treasurer - Kathryn Taylor Social Chairman - - Paul Clum EIGHTH GRADE President ---- Glenn Bricker Vice President - Larry Atkinson Secretary - - Carol Triplet Treasurer - Dick Hackenbracht Social Chairman - - - Marc Davis SEVENTH GRADE President ---- Tom Basehart Vice President - Bob Hashman Secretary - - Shirley Couts Treasurer - - Patsy Beiter Social Chairman - Larry Longsworth THIRTY-ONE Juniors Q .Lp w , ' 'Ml' I v if? Q 1 ,el y any ,, u...i VW in-Q ag:-3 ll Addy, June Art, Ruth Barnett, Sue Bates, Marjorie Beal, Albert Beiter, Jack Best, Beryl Bourne, Charlene Burdette, Ruth Carney, Betty ,, Carruthers, Clyde Carruthers, Kenneth Connor, Alma tno picture! Cornell, Graedon Couts, Joann Dayton, Margaret Dorsey, James Dorsey, Margery Evans, Billy Evans, Pat Fairchild, Jim Fenton, Donald Foraker, Beverly Froeliek, Marjorie Gadd, Patricia Groff, Audrey , 'Q , , Guy, Bradley . 'SIN 1 . Sf' B' 54 B, E ,.' Hampton Jack -, L ,, 'FQ 5 ' -r .-" 4. .Ea ' h wi . jpg, A 1 Qi' ' ' '.A ' i Hannahs, Dick X 'f ,wil A , , ,ft X , ,H "' l Hashman, Audrey . l Q Q h .. 5 Herbert, Doris fini ,Maas x ii' A Q . ' I s D D - V gf , M Hillman, Wanda I V K :L Y is tw ,W 5 Horn, Herman J k . 5, P-,. ', A. ,Q Hudson, Mary I QQ' L ,,, Hughes, Beatrice Q if A K A it t X Julien, Maxine R ,gk ,' -1qf,...--w.......--, K -' ...K A. WN , - Kees, Dean . , , A l i f, A ,, i i y - Kohl, Don Y' 1 A I gli 1 A SE gi h Lehman, James E, an , K K , 5 i t .Lx H.. ' '51, Ligggtty Floyd -J 'D f le A DQ. , I Maloy Dale V .... 1 , K . .. nj 5 ., A in f s y ,M A ,, it THIRTY-TVVO Maloy, Julia Marlatt, Joe Mason, Norma McCune, Joanne Meek, Howard Miller, Dean Moore, Harold Murphy, Jeanne Murphy, Marie Nay, James Neal, Carol Neal, Joan Neal, Ralph Opphile, Lloyd Ott, Martha Patterson, Kenneth Patton, Larry Phillips, Gary Ray, Robert Robinson, Doris Russell, Alberta Sarchet, Paul Sayre, Bill Shaw, John F. Shaw, Patty Shephard, Velma Shull, Ruth Shurtz, Norma Shyrock, Norma Smyth, Phyllis Stokes, Jerry Stonebrook, Edna Taylor, Virginia Tcdriek, Dean Thomas, Bill Tyler, Richard Tyson, Earl Waller, George Whyde, Bill Wilson, Betty Zeigler, Robert , R , , at 5 5 fir- at ' fs ., .e'- 1? ' Ya .i 4 J- " i Q v 4 :Sm X J' N N , y is J J, qi 5: 'til S PN A ez 5' 4' N 'fi vi Q' f ' Al Al ,X . x l SWR -f, 1 l fi, 'L i ' F cv 'X -ek A f l Q GI .L 1 L, X ,, X - 'uf -cr Q X g f 91 ' 1 Class of 1949 THIRTY-THREE Sophomores Nl V, ' 1 Angle, Charles l D L, ig, W g LV ' + M A Baker, Richard .wig Y D it af , D is-mg ' Barnett, Joan , Q' ,X ' 1 ..:, A. , , , e 2 gain, Mlgrilynl ,Xi . if E ' gif in E FN el er' are T ' , '1M- ul, A Xi ' Q 7 ' h 1 K ,- f K 1 Billings, Camilla ' Q , , f l "" ' C it Brady. Edna ' ' K ::-1 ., -- fi 4 'Y -' . ' Bricker Jack K 'lb I -.'.-- " 3 . - .. ' . r C ' i.'. 5 M C T , K K ' Carney, Martha r C Li, , 3 ' f Carr, Robert 2 A . , K A , 4 N t i 3' 2 K ii C rr Wrae is 1 to f K+ 3 ' J ,W 'SS I .. t as ,K fp, N, '1ai,f r Chapman, Robert , 'x Xt 2 , K ' e fi" 'F QQ Q I I 1 xg gn ,aj 1 nk y ,fy 2 Clough, Jerry W . is .,, . 5 3 Coker, Jackie ' R -.X 7 V, , f Combs, Dean . C' ., X A 5 ' I I 1 . is . AE , 1 l 7? 3 , K C , -f F A Q 5 iz? , , M ' ' Couts, Lena M' ia' . I , .. K K Q - W' ' 'A H Couts Mary Davis Alice , - A e K W .-- lk'-, Davis Dianne ' V , by Davis, Norma I 1 'I I Q K ..., ,A ,-:, Q 1. K . ,, I p ' QL Wf,,,,,,, Nkb, 3 K K V L VE Duhamel, Donald .. Q es Ai S may A Ford, Kenneth 'fy " ,,, ,Em nl -y 5, Gardner, Mary Ann , , CK , it C i 5 Gates, Ronald N A K K 3 , in Greathouse, Myles X' CAWV -, SH r Q ' 2 D ' i y ' Gwynn, Larry i I A f : A V 5 Hammersley, Don I ' Q ,V f C " f Hannahs, Don I ,, .I K Q ' . ' , l Haver, Francis .P x y , , R r. t y KW jg ' 5 N Haver, Kenneth Kqe iilK K C ' il . K ,,. il K5 'K Q Hayes, Ruby in Z " ' , R ' Hoffman, Harold -cv ' K - 1--K15 . KK Hogue, Mildred it it 5 K 'R f 'A Hootman, Dale Q , , e . C TIIIRTY-FOUR John, Shirley Johnson, Norma Jaynes, Dick Kail, Mary Alice Kail, Ronnie Kohler, Marilyn Kohler, Mary Lindell, Albert Little, Gene Vernon Maloy, Harold Mardis, Bill Mathews, Clifford Maurer, Robert Miller, Billy Moore, Bonnie Morrison, Robert Murphy, Earl Murphy, John Newby, Kenneth Patterson, Jim Proud, Barbara Ray, Dick Rector, Della Reidenbach, Anna Riggle, Geary Riggs, Darrell Risher, Marjean Roe, Mary Lou Rogers, Janice Sarchet, Martha Saylor, George Shepherd, Dallas Silverthorne, Don Silverthorne, Patty Smith, Ellsworth Snedeker, Esther Stalter, Kitty Stanley, Forest Tedrow, Hazel Thompson, Dale Titus, Mary A. Van Voorhis, Harold Vogt, Donald Walters, Barbara Wearsch, Marjorie Welsch, Jean Williams, Fern Wilson, Lou Ellen Yarnell, Doris Zwoll, Alice Freshmen rw ,..4 , Q - a , , i surf . .L.s.....,.. Addy, Jane Affolter, Paul Angle, Barbara Angle, Eleanor Asher, Sara Beth Atkinson, David Baker, Gene Baker, Glenn Baker, Jack Beaver, Marjorie Belle, Robert Berger, Robert Bethel, La Vonne Bond, Shirley Boone, William Booth, Bernard Bourne, Eugene Bricker, Robert Campbell, Eugene Carr, Marvin Casteel, Richard Clough, Charles Clumm, Paul Clutter, Lcanna Collins, Nicholas Connor, Charles Cordrey, Betty Cramlett, Evelyn Dansby, Mary Daugherty, Dorothy Douglas, Bob 1 3' 9. Q X . X X askin J N .uw Qww J. f THIRTY-SIX Emler, Doris Jean Everhart, Glenn Frenton, Ralph 1 no picture? Gainor, Tom Gallagher, Twila Ma Groff, Charles Haines, Ruth Hart, Clifford Herbert, Jim Hewitt, Herschel Hillman, Jeanetta Hughes, Louise Hursey, Marjorie James, Clyde John, Jan 5 Lenzo, Mike i K tfffjjif Linden, Robert . ii, S S S , ' Loader, Galen L L is Ko 2KmL A "2:LL,p, Q ' 1 , Loveless, Robert V S' 3 W 1 Haj? Mathews John , ...V L X, 5 L ' m.s X ,mgsvf P . fl ' L' A ' x Liss, 4 it 1 2 Ab' Q Y 'C 1 L G' Mathias, Richard f ' I McClary, Gary , 3 3 . , S541 Q ! , - ' McDonnell, Joan L , ,LL L is 1 'LLLLQ L-9, 2 L Lt McDonnell, Richard R R S. 5 3 ' McPherson, Robert, y fx Q, Q , .. .V7tL - A7 ' r"V , fwwv McVoy, Jessie Meek, Harry Meek, John - is-J' R Meek, Raymond Myers, Elmer t eftxfk Nay, Shirley Norman, Roy Ogilbee, Helen Ortt, Barbara Paulumn, Marjorie I AVA- ' --f be-il V QQ Portz, Pall Ann Q t N I 1 'L Quillen, Faye ,X . , 'P I in 'M D Q Regula, Billy ' :I, - . L A A - 1 Rice, Gail ' L ,,,, y ' ,L 5 Rice, Robert L R " Q . ,. .1 - I Robinson, Richard L t Sanders, Dwain Sarchet, Raymond W -A-'A in Q J , ryrf ,N 105A .,j Schlupp, Frederick o ,ggi ,gy i -.-' 1 Schwarm, Richard l f L Q L LL f semi, Eddie N i it 1 , N -'Akin fa.. We Spring, Alvin QA J A D ilk V L Stewart, Nancy . I '5 Stocker, Marvin W ' ' Q gg ,mu , ni "- Swigert, Sarah IJ., Y 6 ' LN L :L Taylor, Jim y , L Taylor, Kathryn - ., it , , 2 W gA X i , An 59 A Tedrick, Beverly Thompson, Charles Titus, Robert -L ii? , Triplett, Gloria t 5, C X Tufford, William x - 1351, ' Urban, Clara LLL 1 J 3 Vanderhoff, Anna f-X tno picture? Van Sickle, Dwight Wx., QA, Waller, Barbara l ' Whyde, Barbara ' ' 1 . ' .,-K. Wiandt, Arlie Wilson, Clifford , Wise, Jaan , J- L diggs of19LLL1 THIRTY-SEVEN Eighth rade Q W , . 1 , g f '25 F A M, ,,L...4,:, 1. 1 5 ,L X ,-.,, L vQ, , L x 4, 5 'gm new Q 4... 1 5, 5 .J W7., , ...., g is QI ff K THIRTY-EIGHT ...-.., wr -I., gr- 4 I.. F55 bn X E vi 'ery . awe K .,-iw? lx , A E , yi V L.: xg Qi: H1 A Addy, Marjorie Angle, Grace Atkinson, Larry Bassett, Ed Basset, Richard Beiter, Jerry Best, Donald Brady, Ed Bricker, Glenn Buzan, Robert Caldwell, Faye Caldwell, Mary Ann Carruthers, Betty Cornell, William Clum, Robert Dansby, Odis Dansby, Ruby Lee Davis, Marc Dennis, Keith Doss, David Duffy, Robert Duhamel, Jeanette Etter, Earl Ferren, Sue Foraker, Jacklin Frenton, Neal Hackenbracht, Richard Hammersly, Louise Harding, Marjorie Hennis, Allen Hill, Arthur Hogan, Esther Hursey, George Johnson, Clarence Jurin, Gary Kail, Sonny Kelly, Mary Ann King, Dean Kunkle, Lova Lehman, Robert Little, Donald Little, Melva Mardis, Helen Mathews, Betty McCants, Patricia McCoun, Floyd McDonnell, Robert Meyers, Donna Miller, Blanche Miller, Robert Moore, Marilyn Mullen, James Nolan, Richard Ott, John Patterson, Carol Portz, Mary Lou Postlewaite, Thomasina Ricketts, Camillia Roeder, Max Rothenstein, Robert Saylor, Moira Schlupp, Mary Sharrock, Max Shaw, William Smith, Lucille Snell, Gerald Stewart, Shirley Stocker, Loren Swigert, Ted Tice, Billy Tilton, Anne Torgler, Rosa Triplet, Carol Urban, Phyllis Walker, Stella Mae Walters, Joan Watson, Robert Weaver, Wallace Wigfield, Carolyn Wilson, James Wolff, Carolyn rib tw Q' cha '57 J t 1 N 'x Class of 1952 THIRTY-N I NIC Seventh Grade ??,i ,Q i Q S FORTY Angle, Dorothy Barcus, James Bartholow, James Basehart, Tom Bassett, Jesse Beal, Junior Beiter, Patsy Belle, Dennis Blackwell, Robert Burkey, Bill Carney, Bonnie Casteel, Harold Carney, June Coker, Shirley Combs, Veryl Couts, Shirley Cunningham, Joan Dawson, Dorcas Doss, Jeannine Ford, Noreene Freehahn, Jimmie Gatton, Donald Gay, Sue Gephart, Shirley Graham, Frances Gray, Carl Greathouse, Jane Greathouse, Wayne Greathouse, William Groff, Marjorie Hall, Robert Ilannahs, Walter Harris, John Harris, Ralph Harrison, Joy Hashman, Robert Haver, Shirley Hickenbottom, Delores Hildebrand, Frances Hillman, Nadine Irwin, Nancy Johnson, Joyce Kehl, Peggy Kohl, Martha Sue Lahmers, Rosemary Landis, Wendell Lehman, ClitTord Lewis, Carolyn tno pieturel Lewis, Jane Loader, Kenneth Longsworth, Larry Maek, Jennie Mardis, Dorothy Mardis, Shirley McCormick, Norma Mclilhaney, Patsy MaeQueen, David Meek, Dora Ami Miller, Boll lCd. Murphy, Mary L. Neal, Donald Newby, Clifton Nolan, Shirley Norman, Buree Norman, Don Norman, Shirley Ott, Ray Patton, Carolyn Paulun, Lester Postlewaite, .lime Prater, Naney Roe, Diek Rothenstein, Doris Russell, Sally Sanders, Charles Shadowens, Thelma Shaw, Dielc Siekles, Billy Smith, Barbara Snell, Roland Speer, Bobby Stocker, Shirley Thomas, Kay Thompson, Mary Lou Triplet, Denver Tufford, Joann Vanderhoff, Mildred tno pieturel Van Seyoc, Evelyn NValters, Shirley Warner, Patsy Watson, .Ioyee Whyde, Donna Wilde, Annabelle tno pieturel Williams, Olive Wolff, Ruth Yanai, Ronnie 'rf-'-W ,.Kf'xz"'r'- -- k in 45 K' l Xxx N Q? -..J Class of 1953 : H.. LA , 'I as gm hw 5-0 x If 'P . GQ '- QE in ww X. xr -4 awww ma 'W Vi 1 -1 , W , . Q X ,, 1, 'N -M 3,1 X W 5 Wx is " 4 S 1 f t if E. E v:,.-, 5 g- E f ' S , H fx, 9 1 1 Y E X me - . V ,nf A i, K .QLIYQ5 U , ., Q . my 1 is as X, 3 Q .M W X. wt Q , :wir Q9 ""'K"""Jt?!A!!' 5 ff . gdb' af' ,Y t. QA bf 5 5 , s 1 g If i - - i 5 3 N . Q , -Peggy, L.. I y , S ,. . mf 2 '- QQ 9' ' Q 2 EQ Q 5, S 5 rf f Q K ww wry!! 13 372 Enix i' 5 5 , p ' J Q ' L fig X vigrx? ,- -. . f ,,L...X-w :sn Q E' ,YA X ES fl? Cx Ya I JAN AVS' OA ' J Z C,-XX 'YL ' V FORTY FORTY-FOUR STUDENT COUNCII SENIOR Y-TEENS JUNIOR Y-TEENS Margaret Dayton, Luella Jones, Mary Lower. Student Council FIRST ROW: Grace Angle, Wrae Carr, Sue Gay, Elizabeth Anne Snode, Bessie Wells, Bob Titus, Mary Alice Titus, Carl Gray. SECOND ROW: Bradley Guy, Mr. Gottfried, Adviser, Alice VanVoorhis, Ann Tilton, Don Hannahs, Bob Glazer, Earl Murphy. President ---- Bob Glazer Vice President - - - Bradley Guy Secretary-Treasurer - Mary Alice Titus Senior Y-Teens FIRST ROW: Evelyn McKean, Norma Ford, Gloria Ross, Betty Hickenbottom, Martha Casteel, Mildred Gray, Norma Sanders, Margery Dorsey, Beatrice Hughes, Phyllis Smyth, Mrs. Phillips, Adviser. SECOND ROW: Miss McCoy, Adviser, Edith McPherson, Doris Herbert, Audrey Groff, Wanda Foraker, Norma Shryock, Pat Gadd, Dorothy Caldwell, Audrey Hash- man, Doris Robinson, Joanne Farrar. THIRD ROW: Marie Murphy, Beverly Foraker, Gloria Meeks, Graeden Cornell, Joan Speer, Helen Stahl, Jean Baker, Grace Walkenspaw, Elizabeth Anne Snode, FOURTH ROW: Evelyn Gray, Lorna Angle, Alberta Russell, Carol Neal, Joann Couts, Betty Carney, Norma Mason, Joanne Atkinson, Sue Barnett. FIFTH ROW: Fern Waller, Martha Woodard, Jeanne Tilton, Ruth Hammersley, Bessie Mae Wells, Charlotte Coulter, Alice Van Voorhis, Maxine Julien, June Addy, Beryl Best, Jeanne Murphy. President - - - Charlotte Coulter Vice President - Helen Stahl Secretary - Marjorie Froelich Treasurer - Audrey Hashman Social Chairman Beatrice Hughes Junior Y-Teens . FIRST ROW: Mrs. George, Adviser: Miss Stoner, Adviser: Louise Hughes, Wrae Carr, Ruby Hayes, Barbara Proud, Jacqueline Coker, Betty Cordrey, Barbara Ortt, Lou Ellen Wilson, SECOND ROW: La Vonne Bethel, Sally Asher, Leanna Clutter, Marilyn Bean, Dorothy Daughty, Ruth Haines, Mildred Hogue, Shirley Bond. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Hursey, Martha Carney, Mary Couts, Helen Ogilbee, Sarah Jean Swigert, Dianne Davis, Jane Addy, Molly Beaver, Jean Wise. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Whyde, Pat Silverthorne, Lena Couts, Barbara Angle, Janice rlftogelrsi Shirley Nay, Kathryn Taylor, Gloria Triplett, Joanne McDonald, Beverly e r1c . FIFTH ROW: Mary Kohler, Mary Kail, Shirley John, Barbara Walters, Mary Alice Titus, Patty Portz, Doris Emler. SIXTH ROW: Mary Ann Gardner, Alice Zwoll, Hazel Tedrow, Eileen Hootman, Mary Lou Roe, Marilyn Kohler, Joan Barnett, Jean Welsch, Norma Johnson, Eleanor Angle. President - - - - Wrae Carr Vice President - - - Marilyn Bean Secretary - - Ruby Hayes Treasurer - Barbara Proud Social Chairman - Jacqueline Coker Y-TEEN BANQUET March 12, 1948 at tam X he 4 - FORTY-FIVE FORTY-SIX NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIOR HI-Y JUNIOR HI-Y National Honor Society FIRST ROW: Mr. Gottfried, Adviser: Gloria Ross, Phyllis Smyth, Don Kopes, Don Warren, Charles Leech, Bob Glazer, Richard Sharrock, Helen Stahl. SECOND ROW: Maxine Julien, Jeanne Murphy, Mildred Gray, Audrey Groff, Grace Walkenspaw, Jean Baker, Alice VanVoorhis, Duane Russell. THIRD ROW: Marie Murphy, Elizabeth Anne Snode, Bessie Mae Wells, Ruth Ham- mersley, Bob Harstine. President - Don Warren Vice President - Helen Stahl Secretary - - Phyllis Smyth Treasurer Alice VanVoorhis I I Senior H1-Y FIRST ROW: Dalc Twyman, Richard Sharrock, Duane Russell, Tom Pollock, Bob Nugen, Don Fenton, Jim Boone, Jack Hampton, Mr. Davis, Adviser: Gary Phillips. SECOND ROW: Bill Evans, Bradley Guy, Dick Hannahs, Jim Brown, Lloyd Hunter, Eddie Carr, David Mizer, Dean Milburn. THIRD ROW: Bob Glazer, Dick Tyler, Harry Little, Raymond Williams, Don Warren, Don Kohl, Allen Stewart, Don Walters, Wallace Walters. FOURTH ROW: Bob Denham, Jack Temple, Albert Beall, Kenneth Patterson, Bill Thomas, Jerry Stokes, Don Kopes, Richard Blackwell, Charles Leech, Dean Miller, Dean Kees. President - - Duane Russell Vice President Richard Sharrock Secretary - - Bradley Guy Treasurer - - - Dick Hannahs Chaplain - - - Don Fenton Sergeant-at-arms - Don Warren, Jerry Stokes Junior Hi-Y FIRST ROW: Marvin Carr, Fred Schlupp, Don Hannahs, Bob Titus, Charles Conner, Jim Patterson, Gail Rice, Paul Clum, Bob Loveless, Dick Ray, Charles Groff. SECOND ROW: Earl Murphy, Gary Riggle, Francis Haver, Bob Carr, John Murphy, Richard McDonald, Bob Belle, Mr. McCracken, Adviser. THIRD ROW: Harold Hoffman, Larry Gwynn, Richard Baker, Dean Combs, Jim Taylor, Pete Hewitt, Dale Thompson, Harold Van Voorhis. President - - - Harold VanVoorhis Vice President - Francis Haver Secretary - John Murphy Treasurer - - Jim Patterson Chaplain - - - Dean Combs Sergeant-at-arms Dick Ray, Paul Clum IFORTY-SEVEN FORTY-EIGHT GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION INDIISTRIAI, ARTS CLUB l4'IVI'lIlII'1 HOIVIICIVIAKERS OF AIVIICRICA Girls' Athletic Association FIRST ROW: Thelma Foggin, Lena Couts, Joann Couts, Faye Quillen, Evelyn McKean, Lou Ellen Wilson, Joanne Farrar, Eileen Hootman. SECOND ROW: Mary Couts, Carol Neal, Graedon Cornell, La Vonne Bethel, Leanna Clutter, Edith McPherson, Joanne Atkinson, Barbara Ortt, Mary Lower, Luella Jones, Janice Rogers, Mr. McCracken, Adviser: June Addy. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Caldwell, Martha Jane Carney, Shirley John, Joan Barnett, Mary Lou Roe, Marilyn Bean, Doris Yarnell, Jacqueline Coker, Grace Walken- spaw, Elizabeth Anne Snode. FOURTH ROW: Jeanne Tilton, Martha Woodard, Pat Silverthorne, Alice Zwoll, Marilyn Kohler, Barbara Walters, Mary Kohler, Patty Portz, Mary Ann Gard- ner, Ruth Hammersley, Alice VanVoorhis. President - - - Alice VanVoorhis Vice President - - - Marilyn Bean Secretary and Treasurer - Elizabeth Brewer Industrial Arts Club FIRST ROW: Bernard McKay, George Saylor, Joe Jaynes, Darrell Beiter, Art Lenzo, Waldon Walters. SECOND ROW: Charles Clough, Kenneth: Ford, Arlie Wiandt, Raymond Meek, Harry Marek, Bob Berger, Eugene Campbell, Alvin Spring, Floyd Liggett, Mr. Riffle, A viser. THIRD ROW: Bob McPherson, Marvin Stocker, Charles Angle, Dick J aynes, Bob Ray, Bernard Booth, David Atkinson, Mick Lenzo, Nicholas Collins, Bill Boone. FOURTH ROW: Roy Norman, Jim Herbert, Clyde James, Ronald Kail, Bob Chapman, Howard Meek, Dwight VanSickle, Jim Dorsey, Bob Douglas. FIFTH ROW: Gene Baker, Bill Mardis, Don Vogt, Dallas Shepherd, Richard Robinson, Gary McClary, Gene Little, Jim Nay, Floyd Opphile, Glen Baker, Clifford Mathews. SIXTH ROW: Bob Morrison, Kenneth Haver, Donald Duhamel, Bill Tufford, Clilford Hart, Don Hammersley, Glenn Everhart, Eddie Bennett, Miles Greathouse, Jack Bric er. SEVENTH ROW: Bob Maurer, Darrell Riggs, Elsworth Smith, Bob Lindell, Jan John, Don Silverthorne, Paul Affolter, Tommy Gainor, Albert Lindell, Jim Lehman, Bill Miller, Joe Marlatt, Clifford Wilson. President - - - Waldon Walters Vice President - Art Lenzo Secretary - George Saylor Treasurer - Darrell Beiter Social Chairman Joe Jaynes Future Homemakers of America FIRST ROW: Miss Wilson, Adviser: Thelma Foggin, Norma Sanders, Sally Asher, Barbara Ortt, Betty Cordrey, Ruth:Haines, Joan Speer, Lillie Rector. SECOND ROW: Louise Hughes, Dorothy Caldwell, Edith McPherson, Evelyn McKean, Joanne Farrar, Norazella Saylor. THIRD ROW: Joanne Couts, Barbara Whyde, Beverly Tidrick, Camilla Billings, Bar- bara Angle, Mary Lower, Elizabeth Anne Snode, Luella Jones, Helen Stahl, Joanne Atkinson, Alice VanVoorhis, Sue Barnett, Joanne McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Fern Waller, Martha Woodard, Jeanne Tilton, Ruth Hammersley, glargorie Hursey, Jean Wise, Dorothy Daugherty, Norma Johnson, Della ec or. President ---- Joan Speer Vice President - Helen Stahl Secretary - Norazella Saylor Treasurer - Lillie Rector FORTY-NINE F1 l"TY im -ai JUNIOR CLASS PLAY MASQUIC AND GAVICI. Ai X ,Q i 5 IVIAQQUE AND CAVFI Masque and Gavel Jo Ann Fletcher, Joanne Atkinson, Bessie Wells, Mrs. Portz, Adviser, Richard Shar- rock, Duane Russell, Charles Leech, Bob Cappel, Eddie Carr, Lloyd Hunter, Elizabeth Anne Snode, Grace Walkenspaw, Fern Waller, Joanne Farrar, Dean Milburn Knot in picturel. Junior Class Play WI'attletale" NOVEMBER 20 and 21, 1947 Director - Mrs. Portz CAST: Sitting-Doris Robinson, "Ermentrude", Dean Kees, Margery Dorsey, Bill Thomas, Maxine Julien, Pat Evans, Norma Shryock, Jerry Stokes, Pat Shaw. STANDING-Albert Beal, Mrs. Portz, Director, Jeanne Murphy, Ruth Burdett, Aud- rey Hashman, Don Fenton, Eddie Bennett, Gary Phillips, Ralph Neal, Don Kohl, Jack Hampton, Beatrice Hughes, June Addy, Larry Patton, Jack Beiter, Marj- orie Froelick, Dick Tyler, Pat Gadd, Marie Murphy, Audrey Groff, Norma Shurtz, Sue Barnett. Masque and Gavel , FIRST ROW: Pat Evans, Margery Dorsey, Doris Robinson, Maxine Julien, Evelyn McKean, Joanne Farrar, Jeanne Murphy, Marie Murphy, Bessie Wells. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Portz, Adviser: Joanne Atkinson, Bob Cappel, Albert Beal, Duane Russell, Eddie Carr, Dale Twyman, Charles Leech, Elizabeth Anne Snode, Grace Walkenspaw. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Hunter, Don Fenton, Richard Sharrock, Dean Kees. President - - - Richard Sharrock Vice President - - Duane Russell Secretary Grace Ann Walkenspaw Treasurer - - Bessie Wells STAGE CREW Donald Silverthorne, Donald Walters, Bill Whyde, Dean Milburn, Mgr. FIFTY-ONE 5 5 3 . 4 . X 5 RJ S ax f FIFTY-TWO LIBBABIANS HOBBY CLUB NILVVCIOSEAN STAFI' FIRST ROW Anna Reldenbach Helen Stahl Gloria Meek Grace Walkenspaw, Mar- SFCOND ROW Elizabeth Anre Snode Joanne McC'une Miss Macmillan, Adviserg FIRST ROW Mr Davis Adviser Donna Mizer Norazella Saylor, Marjean Risher, Betty Zemer Martha Sarchet Lillie Rector Alice Davis Anna Reidenbach, Mr. SFCOND ROW Jim Fairchild Bill Sayre Harold Moore Bob Zeigler, Dale Maloy, HOBBY CLUB POTTERY CLUB President Bob 7e1gleI Plqegldont ' Donna Milf-'Y' Vice President - Joanne McCune Vice President Dale Maloy Socrmlry Beuy 79inm, Secret iry Trewsurei H irold Moorc Tre isurer Lillie Rector FIRST ROW Duane Russell Bessie Mae Wells Donna Mizer, Bob Glazer. SP COND ROW Glorii Ross Chirles Ltech Miss Miemillan, Adviserg Dean Milburn, PllO.lEC'I'ION CREVV FIRST ROW: Bib Glazer, Geary Riggle. SECOND ROW: Dean Miller, Bernard McKay, Mr. Gott- fried, Duane Russell. The projection crew operates the movie projector for educa- tional films shown to classes and for movies shown to students during the noon inter- mission. Fl FTY-THREE Y-FO QI T lNTET'I'E GIRLS' GLEE CLUR HIGH SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS llllltette Norma Ford, Betty Zeiner, Bessie Wells, accompanist: Jean Baker, Charlotte Coulter, Donna Mizer. Girls' Glee Club FIRST ROW: Mr. Schear, Director: Betty Hickenbottom, Leanna Clutter, Faye Quil- len, Doris Robinson, Joan Barnett, Marilyn Bean, Mildred Hogue, Mary Kail, Hazel Tedrow, Janice Rogers, Eleanor Angle. SECOND ROW: Sarah Jean Swigert, Norma Davis, Barbara Whyde, Betty Cordrey, Sally Asher, Joanne Farrar, Mary Lower, Sue Barnett, Joanne Atkinson, Jean Baker, Norazella Saylor, Joan Speer. THIRD ROW: Lorna Angle, Barbara Proud, Eileen Hootman, Mildred Gray, Betty Zeiner, Charlotte Coulter, Gloria Ross, Mary Kohler, Mary Lou Roe, Mary Ann Gardner, Shirley John, Marie Murphy, Wanda Foraker, Doris Emler. FOURTH ROW: Margery Dorsey, Marjorie Froelick, Audrey Groff, Thelma Foggin, Barbara Angle, Louise Hughes, Martha Carney, Mary Alice Titus, Donna Mizer, Ruth Hammersley, Grace Walkenspaw, accompanist: Elizabeth Anne Snode. FIFFH ROW: Mary Lou Portz, Pat Evans, Norma Shryock, Phyllis Smyth, Beatrice Hughes, Jacqueline Coker, Anna Reidenbach, Beverly Foraker, Jeanne Murphy, Pat Gadd, Maxine Julien, Wrae Carr. SIXTH ROW: Helen Stahl, Norma Jean Ford, Martha Woodard, Jeanne Tilton, Audrey Hashman, Marjean Risher, Twila Gallagher, Ruth Shull, Evelyn Arcore, JoAnn Fletcher, Fern Waller, Pat Shaw. President - - - ' Charlotte Coulter Vice President - - Bessie Wells Secretary-Treasurer - Grace Walkenspaw High School Mixed Chorus FIRST ROW: Richard McDonald, John Murphy, Eddie Carr, George Saylor, Raymond Williams, Harry Little, Richard Sharrock, Bob Zeigler, Wallace Walters, Gene Baker, Dale Twyman, Bernard McKay. SECOND ROW: Tommy Gainor, Norma Davis, Barbara Whyde, Betty Cordrey, Sally Asher, Joanne Farrar, Mary Lower, Sue Barnett, Joanne Atkinson, Jean Baker, Norazella Saylor, Mr. Schear, Director. THIRD ROW: Barbara Proud, Eileen Hootman, Mildred Gray, Betty Zeiner, Charlotte Coulter, Gloria Ross, Mary Kohler, Mary Lou Roe, Mary Ann Gardner, Shirley John, Marie Murphy, accompanist: Wanda Foraker, Albert Beal. FOURTH ROW: Margery Dorsey, Marjorie Froelick, Audrey Groif, Thelma Foggin, Barbara Angle, Louise Hughes, Martha Carney, Mary Alice Titus, Donna Mizer, Ruth Hammersley, Grace Walkenspaw, Elizabeth Anne Snode. FIFTH ROW: Pat Evans, Norma Shryock, Phyllis Smyth, Beatrice Hughes, Jacqueline Coker, Anna Reidenbach, Beverly Foraker, Jeanne Murphy, Pat Gadd, Maxine Julien, Earl Murphy. SIXTH ROW: Helen Stahl, Norma Ford, Jeanne Tilton, Audrey Hashman, Marjean Risher, Twila Gallagher, Ruth Shull, Evelyn Arcore, JoAnn Fletcher, Fern Waller, Gail Rice. President ---- Harry Little Vice President - - Pat Gadd Secretary - Treasurer Bernard McKay Seventh and Eighth Grade Chorus FIRST ROW: Mrs. Mercer, Director: Marjorie Groff, Joan Cunningham, June Postle- wait, MoiraiQSaylor, Thomasina Postlewait, Sue Ferren, Grace Angle, Shirley Nolan, Lova Kunkle, Bob Buzan, Dennis Belle. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Thompson, Patsy McElhaney, Dorcas Dawson, Nancy Prater, Barbara Smith, Ruth Wolff, Louise Hammersley, Ruby Dansby, Shirley Coker, Jeannine Doss, Esther Hogan, Nancy Irwin, Mary Lou Portz. THIRD ROW: Shirley Haver, Shirley Couts, Kay Thomas, Joyce Watson, Sue Gay, Shirley Walters, Sally Russell, Joanne Tufford, Dorothy Mardis, Delores Hicken- bottom, Carol Patterson, Pat McCants, Donna Myers. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Watson, Bob Hashman, Carl Gray, Marc Davis, Dick Hacken- bracht, Jimmie Mullen, Donnie Little, Max Roeder, David MacQueen, Phyllis Urban, Ann Tilton, Carol Triplet, Marjorie Harding, Mary Ann Kelly. FIFTH ROW: Carolyn Wolff, Mary Schlupjp, Mary Ann Caldwell, Joan Walters, Dick Bassett, Don Norman, Jesse Bassett, Junior Hill, Wendell Landis, Allen Hennis, Bob McDonnell, Carolyn W iglield, Rosa Torgler. FIFTY-FIVE If' I FTY-SIX J' AE' BARBERSHOP QUAR'I'ICTTIC BOYS' GLEF CLUB SVVING BAND Y EEE Barbershop uartette Richard Sharrock, Albert Beal, Raymond Williams, Harry Little, Bessie Wells, ac- Boys' Glee Club FIRST ROW: Harry Little, Raymond Williams, Dale Twyman, Richard Sharrock, George Saylor, Bessie Wells, accompanist: Gail Rice. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schear, Director: Tommy Gainor, John Murphy, Eddie Carr, Albert Beal, Earl Murphy, Richard McDonald. THIRD ROW: Gene Baker, Bernard McKay, Wallace Walters, Bob Zeigler, Dale Thompson. Swing Band FIRST ROW: Richard Blackwell, Jack Hampton, Kenneth Patterson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schear, Director: Bill Evans. THIRD ROW: Grace Walkenspaw, Lloyd Hunter. .., 5 llOlNllCtIOMlNG QUEEN AND ATTICNDANTS FIRST ROVV: Barbara Ortt, Freshman Attendant: Anna Mae Rufer, Queen: Virginia Taylor, Junior Attendant. SICCOND ROW: Marjorie Wearsch, Sopho- more Attendant: Bessie Mae Wells, Senior Attendant. will Fl FTY-SEVEN Trojan Band FIRST ROW: June Postlewaite, Oboe and Majorette, Dorothy Angle, Trumpet and Marjorette, Mary Carol Wiandt, Majorette, Joanne Atkinson, Oboe and Majorette, Pat Shaw, Majorette, Margery Dorsey, Oboe and Majorette, Jane Addy, Trumpet and Majorette. SECOND ROW: Bobby Watson, Trumpet, Richard Sharroek, Bass Drum, Phyllis Smyth, Snare Drum, Betty Cordrey, Cymbals, Max Sharrock, Drum, Gail Rice, Snare Drum, Bob McPherson, Snare Drum, Arlie Wiandt, Snare Drum, David Atkinson, Snare Drum, Jimmie Mullen, Snare Drum, Larry Atkinson, Snare Drum, Donnie Norman, Alto Horn, Marjorie Addy, Alto Saxa- phone, Mr. Schear, Director. THIRD ROW: Larry Longsworth, Clarinet, Jimmie Freehahn, Clarinet, Keith Dennis, Trumpet, Jack Hampton, Tenor Saxaphone, Robert McDonald, Bass Horn, Otis Dansby, Trumpet, Larry Patton, Trombone, Shirley Stewart, Alto Saxaphone, Mary Lou Thompson, Clarinet, Frances Hilde- brand, Alto Saxaphone, Gloria Ross, Baritone, Donna Whyde, Baritone, Evelyn VanScyoc, Bells, Patsy Warner, Bells, Delores Hickenbottom, Trumpet. FOURTH ROW: Pat Gadd, Clarinet, Carl Gray, Trumpet, Clifford Lehman, Trumpet, Bob Hash- man, Trumpet, Sarah Jean Swigert, Clarinet, Mary Lou Portz, Clarinet, John Murphy, Alto Horn, Kenny Ford, Trumpet, Marjorie Bates, Clarinet, Richard Hackenbracht, Trumpet, Bernard Booth, Clarinet, Mare Davis, Trumpet, Bob Titus, Trumpet, Max Roeder, Clarinet, Kenneth Loader, Alto Saxophone. FIFTH ROW: Gene Baker, Snare Drum, Marjorie Nolan, Clarinet, Helen Ogilbee, Clarinet, Lorna Angle, Clarinet, Marjorie Froelick, Clarinet, Norma Shurtz, Clarinet, Charles Groff, Trombone, Dale Twyman, Clarinet, Barbara Whyde, Trombone, Shirley Nay, Alto Saxaphone, Shirley Gephart, Soprano Saxaphone, Eula Fay Caldwell, Soprano Saxaphone, Wrae Carr, Alto Saxa- phone, Mary Ann Gardner, Flute, Ruby Hayes, Flute. SIXTH ROW: Bill Evans, Trumpet, Don Duhamel, Trumpet, Albert Beal, Trumpet, June Addy, Clari- net, Dean Milburn, Trumpet, Maxine Julien, Clarinet, Jean Baker, Clarinet, Marie Murphy, Clarinet, Twila Gallagher, Trombone, Graedon Cornell, Bells, Doris Robinson, Clarinet, Don Walters, Snare Drum. SEVENTH ROW: Evelyn Gray, Color Guard, Evelyn Arcore, Color Guard, Mary Alice Titus, Trom- bone, Audrey Hashman, Clarinet, Harry Little, Clarinet. EIGHTH ROW: Ruth Shull, Color Guard, Mary Lower, Color Guard, Eddie Carr, Snare Drum, Char- lotte Coulter, Bass Horn, Dean Kees, Bass Horn, Richard McDonald, Bass Horn, Patty Portz, Clarinet, Dick Tyler, Baritone Saxaphone, Kenneth Patterson, Clarinet. l"1l"'1'Y-EIGHT Pep Band FIRST ROW: Bill Evans, Trumpet: Kenneth Ford, Trumpet: Bob Titus, Trumpet: Albert Beal Trumpet: Max Sharrock, Bass Drum: John Murphy, Alto Horn: Jack Hampton, Clarinet: Ken- neth Patterson, Clarinet. SECOND ROW: Graedon Cornell, Bells: Wrae Carr, Saxaphone: Marie Murphy, Clarinet: Mary Alice Titus, Trombone: Larry Patton, Trombone: Dean Kees, Bass Horn: Charlotte Coulter, Bass Horn 'Drum Maiorelles June Postlewaite, Margery Dorsey, Jane Addy, Joanne Atkinson, Pat Shaw, Mary Carol Wiandt Dorothy Angle. Fl FTY-N I N P SIXTY MASQUE AND GAVEL BANQUFIT STUDY HALL NICWCOSICAN STAFF AT WORK GIRLS' PHYS. ED. CLASS PEP BAND GIRLS TUMBLING BOYS BOXING SCHOOL CLOSES SCHOLARSHIP TEAM FIRST ROW: Bill Thomas, Gloria Ross, Phyllis Smith, Wrae Carr, Norma Shurtz, Marjorie Bates, Don Kopes, Duane Russell. SICCOND ROW: Bradley Guv, Jeanne Murphy, Marie Mur- phy, Mary Alice Titus, Jean Baker, Maxine Julien, Helen Stahl, Dianne Davis, Dean Combs. HIRD ROW: Richard Shar- rok, John Murphy, Harold VanV00rhis, Bob Glazer, Don Warren, Charles Leech, Dale Thompson, Jack Temple, Dean Kees, tlilizabeth Anne Snode, Grace Walkenspaw and Dale Twyman, not in picturel. JE yy .Z Varsity Cheer Leaders Audrey Hashman, Richard Sharrock, Doris Robinson Trojan Coaches SIXTY-TWO MR. MCCRACKEN MR. RIFFLE MR. WOLFF Varsity Football Junior High Football Junior Varsity Football and Basketball and Basketball and Basketball Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. TROJAN FOOTBALL FIRST ROW: Art Lenzo, Dean Milburn, Bernie McKay, Don Kopes, Don Warren, CC: Dick Jurin, CC, Raymond Williams, Don Walters, Charles Leech, Allen Stewart, Richard Blackwell. SECOND ROW: Joe Jaynes, Phil Mardis, Harold Moore, Jerry Stokes, Bill Whyde, Bob Glazer, Jim Nay, Darrell Beiter, Dick Hannahs, Kenny Carruthers, Weary Walters. THIRD ROW: Don Wolff, Assistant Coach, Kenny Rice, Don Silverthorne, Dick Jaynes, Bob Chapman, Bob Carr, Geary Rigglc, Bradley Guy, Harold Hoffman, Dick Ray, George Saylor, Duane Russell, Mgr. FOURTH ROW: Harry Little, Bill Mardis, Gary Phillips, Jimmy Taylor, Bob Love- less, Don Hannahs, Bill Tufford, Pete Hewitt, Mick Lenzo, Curley Clum, Fritz Schlupp, Butch Ray, Mgr.: Walden Walters, Mgr., Coach Bob McCracken. GRIDIRON SCORES 1947 - 48 lflgzailesville .,.. 0 ill 'l' lSleBarnesville ,,,., .50 0 ll 26gUhrichsville .............. ti 12 H 5-Ohio School for Deaf .,.... 50 7 ll 10-Circleville ...,.....,,.t,.. 15 18 'I' 17+Canto11 Township .,... 1.3 ilti 'I' 24'-CHI'l'0llI0ll ............. 0 O lloniecomiiig 30-Cadiz .,...,. 59 7 H 7+'D6HfllSOIl ..t,,,..,..,..,,,, 20 0 T 14-Nlansfield Madison ,..., ,,,,,,,1, 1 3 38 H Won-4 Lost-5 Tied-1 SIXTY-Tl I REE FOOTBALL SEASON J ZANESVILLE - NEWCOMERSTOVVN September 12th, this was the big day. The fighting Trojans opened their 194-7 gridiron season with Zanesville. This was a bad night for a football game. It had started to rain early in the afternoon and rained all through the game. The Trojans were the underdogs, but something was wrong. They held the Blue Devils all through the first quarter and in the second quarter had possession of the ball the largest part of the time. However, the opposition was too tough. They just couldn't hit that pay dirt. In the third period, the Blue Devils found our weak spot and drove over two touchdowns and two conversions. And in the fourth quarter the Trojan defense couldn't contain the fighting Blue Devils who went across for another touch- dvvn and extra point. BARNESVILLE After the defeat at the hands of a superior team at Zanesville the week be- fore, the scrappy Trojans under Bob McCracken made a flying comeback by defeating the Barnesville Shamrocks overwhelmingly 39-0. Mid-way in the first period Iurin raced forty yards for the opening tally after Walters had found the hole opened in the Shamrock's line by his mates. The second quarter was featured by a seventy yard touchdown march climaxed by VValter's plunging for the second score. The half ended with the Shamrocks unsuccessfully driving toward the NHS goal. The hard hitting Trojan line opened numerous holes enabling the fleet backs to amass a total of 27 points in the second half, and outplay the Sham- rocks by two first downs and 135 yards. Seeing the Trojans on the victory wagon, Coach "Mac" substituted prac- tically all his players who were sitting on the bench. UHRICHSVILLE Making a snappy comeback in the last few minutes of play didn't keep the Uhrichsville Tigers from defeating the Trojans by a small margin of 12-6. The Tigers, first score came in the third quarter. Altho they had been out- playing the Trojans, our line had kept them from hitting the pay dirt in the first half. After the Tigers had scored again in the fourth period, Warren passed to Jurin who went over the line standing up for the NHS tally of the game. In the first quarter Eddie Carr fractured his arm in an attempt to make a tackle. The Trojans missed this fleet halfback who was unable to finish the season. SIXTY-FOUR OHIO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF Though the boys from Columbus played a very nice game they were unable to stop the holes made in their line by the hard hitting Trojans. The game ended with the Trojans on top with a 23 point lead. Jurin opened the Trojans' scoring program in the first period with two touchdowns, both around right end. A pass from Jurin to Kopes with the ball in the air as the gun cracked gave the Trojans a half-time lead of 18-0. Midway in the third period fullback Warren hit the pay dirt. After this, in a series of plays, Hill went to the post in a scoring effort, netting the Deaf boys seven points. In the fourth period it was again Jurin who went around right end for a touchdown which raised the score to 30-7 where it remained for the rest of the game. CANTON TOWNSHIP CIRCLEVILLE In a thrilling game at Circleville, the Trojans spotted their opponents two touchdowns and then came up to take the lead. However, the NHS boys could- n't hold that line quite well enough and Circleville put over another tally to win 18-13. Jurin, not content in making a touchdown in the third, took a pass from Walters on the 50 yard stripe and hit the road. The extra point was good and we led 13-12. Statistically speaking, NHS's Trojans outplayed them but were unable to keep them from making yards down in the territory where each little inch counts. The fighting Trojans were off the beam again when they dropped 13 points to lose to Canton Township 26-13. In this game we learned what a good passing offense can do for a team. By grace of an exceptionally accurate pass offense, Canton took an early margin of 19-0. But in the last of the second quarter Jurin and Warren al- ternated in carrying the ball in a drive ending in a touchdown. Since Warren had made the touchdown it was Iurin's turn to go over for the extra point. Thus ended the first half. In the third, .Iurin was again on the touchdown team. This time a pass to Beiter brought forth the yells from the rooters. This was the last time the Tro- jans had an occasion for loud cheering, though, since Canton went over the line once more, ending all hopes for the Trojans. CARROLLTON The Trojans tried their best to win this game but just couldn't get across the line into pay dirt. The homecoming queen, Anna Mae Rufer, was crowned at this game by the previous queen, Bonnie Addy. The fighting Trojans threatened the Carrollton goal several times but the Carroll county boys held that line. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. CADIZ Highlighted by an intercepted pass being turned into a 60 yard touchdown run by Jurin, the Trojans defeated Cadiz 39-7. The line, playing its best game of the season so far, held off the Cadiz boys long enough to give the backfield time to get in some very good passes. There were many long runs in the game, but Walters and J urin turned the two longest sprints. Jurin scored three touchdowns for the Trojans and was followed by Don Walters who drove over for two and Darrel Beiter made one. DENNISON The Trojans defeated the Dennison Railroads 20 to 0, for the first time since 1944-. They spent most of the game in the air, with Jurin throwing two touch down passes. The first score was made when Jurin passed to McKay. In the third period Jurin went over from the one, after a 65 yard march down field Both conversions were good in this period. Later in the third perid Jurin again passed to Stewart for the last score of the game. The Railroaders being a tradl tional rival of NHS made this one of the outstanding victories of the season. MANSFIELD MADISON Coach McCracken's gridironmen were tipped to a 38 to 6 defeat by Mans field Madison in their last game of the season. The powerful Madison team, running a wide-open game, outclassed the Trojans. J urin scored our only touchdown. Mansfield was classed as the toughest opponents of the Trojans this season. Thus ended the 1947 season with a total of 5 lost, 4- won, and one tie. SIXTY-FIVE DON WARREN, Senior Co-Captain Fullback Played 2 years Received 2 letters DON KOPES, Senior End Played 3 years Received 2 letters DICK BLACKWELL Senior Guard Played 2 years Received 1 letter DICK HANNAHS, Junior Halfback Played 2 years Received 1 letter PHILLIP MARDIS, Senior End Played 2 years Received 1 service letter JERRY STOKES, Junior Tackle Played 1 year Received 1 letter SIXT Y-SIX DICK J URIN, Senior Co-Captain Halfback Played 4 years Received 3 letters DON WALTERS, Senior Quarterback Played 4 years Received 3 letters JOE JAYNES, Senior Guard Played 2 years Received 1 service letter CHARLES LEECH, Senior Tackle Played 4 years Received 2 letters SONNY WILLIAMS, Senior Quarterback Played 4 years Received 3 letters HAROLD MOORE, Junior Tackle Played 1 year Received 1 letter BERNARD McKAY, Senior End Played 3 years Received 2 letters BILL WHYDE, Junior Guard Played 2 years Received 1 letter EDDIE CARR, Senior Halfback Played 4 years Received 3 letters JIM NAY, Junior Center Played 2 years Received 1 letter DARRELL BEITER, Sophomore Halfback Played 2 years Received 1 letter HARRY LITTLE, Senior Quarterback Played 2 years Received 1 service letter DUANE RUSSELL, Senior Manager JACK SCI-ILARB, Senior Guard Played 4 years Received, 2 letters ALLEN STEWART, Senior End Played 4 years Received 3 letters DEAN MILBURN, Senior Tackle Played 4 years Received 2 letters BOB GLAZER, Senior Center Played 2 years Received 1 letter ART LENZO Senior Guard Played 3 years Received 1 letter BOB RAY, Junior Manager WALDEN WALTERS, Senior - Manager Played 2 years Received 1 letter DAD'S NIGHT Dr. R. Frank Warren, W. D. Blackwell, Charles Leech. John Williams, Walter Schlarb, Preston Hannahs, Clifford Bender, John Shrv- ock, George Whyde, Orville Silverthorne, Robert Denham. Preston Better. SIXTY-SEVEN VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Bob Ray, Dick Jurin, Phil Mardis, Don Walters, Bernie McKay, Raymond Williams. SECOND ROW: Eddie Carr, Don Kopes, Don Warren, Allen Stewart, Jerry Stokes, Coach Bob McCracken. PHILLIP MARDIS ALLEN STEWART DON WARREN FLIP WALTERS JERRY STOKES SONNY WILLIAMS SIXTY-EIGHT BASKETBALL SCORES HOME GAMES GAMES AWAY West Lafayette ....,,............ 37 Nct Cadiz .,,..,.,,,.,,,.. ,.,,,,,, 2 2 Nct Canton Twp. .,..... E,,...,. 7 0 Nct Alumni ..,..,.,, ,,,,.,,, 4 3 Nct, Sfio ...,,.,.... .,.4..., 4- 3 Nct Nlidvale ....,,.., ,,,.,,,, 3 9 Nct Ullrichsville ..., Tuscarawas .,..,. Dennison CZIITOHIOII ...,, Byvsvillo ........31 Nct ,,......53 Nct Nct ,,,.....50 Nct Nct WonM6 Uhrlchsvllle .......,....,.,,.,,.,, Tuscarawas .,,.,.. .,...., Dennison ........ Carrollton ...... Byesvllle ........... ,...... West Lafayette Mldvale ............. ....... Canton Twp. ,,.., .,,,,, , w . clildll ...V................ .....,, Lost-14' Dick Jurin, Harry Little, Bernie McKay, Don Kopes Nct. 19 Nct. 58 Nct. 37 Nct. 35 Nct. 38 Nct. 51 Nct. 43 Nct. 26 Nct. 55 SIXTY-NINE RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Bradley Guy, Pete Hewitt, Paul Clum, Don Silverthorne, Harold Hoffman, Harold Moore, Dick Hannahs, Coach Don Wolff. SECOND ROW: Jim Taylor, Dick Ray, Darrel Beiter, Don Kohl, Harold VanVoorhis, Mickey Lenzo, Bob Loveless. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Mark Davis, Sam Clum, Max Roeder, Dick Hachenbrachl, Jim Mullen, Don Little, Glenn Bricker, Otis Dansby, Coach Eugene Riffle. SECOND ROW: Bob Hashman, Dick Shaw, Dick Bassett, Ralph Harris, Max Sharrock, Ted Swigert, Jerry Beiter, Bob Miller, Gary Jurin, Dick Roe, Gearld Snell. TUMBLING TEAM FIRST ROW: Kenny Carruthers, Bob Carr, Dick Jaynes, Bob Chapman, Kenny Rice, Raymond Meeks, Marvin Carr. SECOND ROW: George Saylor, Don Kohl, Dick Baker, Bill Mardis, Fred Schlulllpl Coach Bob McCracken. SEVENTY RESERVE CHEER LEADERS Marilyn Bean, Helen Ogilbee, Barbara Wallers VARSITY N FIRST ROW: Harry Little, Raymond Williams, Duanne Russell, Bernie McKay, Charles Leech, Ed Carr, Dean Milburn, Coach Bob McCracken. SECOND ROW: Bill Whyde, Lloyd Hunter, Bob Glazer, Dick Jurin, Jack Schlarb, Dick Hannahs, Jim Nay, Harold Moore, Joe Jaynes. THIRD ROW: Bob Neugen, Bob Ray, Darrell Beiter, Jerry Stokes, Don Warren, Allen Stewart, Richard Blackwell, Don Kopes. ELKS' BANQUET lxfflilffll 17. 19-148 rd- -ll"'ll""II--l ZDC33 'Z CCD U1 F1 C P1 Z -5 6 3. m.. TROJAN CHEERS Victory, Victory, is our cry, V-i-c-t-o-r-y Are we in it? Well I guess! Newcomers High School N! H! S! With a T, with a T, with a T-r-o With a J, with a J, with a J -a-n T-r-o-j-a-n-s Trojans! Come on, Orange, Come on, Black, Come on, Team, Set 'em back! N,N,N, C,C,C, T,T,T, OOOOOOOOH !H !H! W,W,W, N,N,N, Newcomerstown ! 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Crawford L.- -. oooooo CEEECC ., . , so EJ L.- .-.-,, sn .z VE- VE E 0Xf0l'd Dairy Compliments of An N. H. S. Booster "Ice Cream at its Best" s.- at 3 3 ,J Ent, et ,,..nter Vo AM ' o 3 1 COMPLIMENTS OF The MOORE ENAMELING 81 MANUFACTURING Company ' WEST LAFAYETTE, OHIO L., ,, , ,, .t,, , ,H ,M t.,, ,,, ,,,, ,,,,l.-,,.s-.,.-...,- ..,,. .....J NINETY SIX T1 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '48 LUNCHEONETTE Fine Foods and Borden's Dairy Products 131 Main St. Phone 2666 ,.A-eeeeeee ,,,- -e,-,ii --,,,-,m,,-,---e,e-+ e,e,W,,, S or or ,J -1 ZA ,.... ..,,.. -, A .3 To The Readers of This Newcosean Pleasant Memories of the Past . . . . . And Bright Dreams for the Future THE NEWCOSEAN STAFF a. ,WAY -J NINETY SEVEN THE PHOTO-EN GRAVIN G Used in This Book Produced by The Northern Engraving and Electrotype Co. Canton, Ghio HHXSHHN HNHNE EU, maya 9-me .Wlcznf EAMHHIUEE HHIU AUTOGRAPHS PROGRAMS SNAPSHOTS Addy. Jane ,.,....,.........,.... ..36, 45. 58. 59 Addy. June .,.,..,...,... 32. 45, 49, 51, 58 Addy. Marjorie .,.,.,.,......,.,.........,. 38, 58 Affolter, Paul .,...,...,...,....5............. 36, 58 Angle, Barbara ..........,... 36, 45, 49, 55 Angle, Charles ...,.,..,... ................ 34 , 49 Angle, Dorothy .,.. .......,..,. 4 O, 58, 59 Angle, Eleanor .,.,., ...... . ..36, 45, 55 Angle, Grace ....... .......,.... 38 , 45, 55 Angle, Lorna ...... ....,.,. 1 5, 45, 55, 58 Arcore, Evelyn ...... ..,......... 1 5, 55, 58 Art, Ruth ...,......,................,.................... 32 Asher. Sara Beth .........,.. 36, 45, 49, 55 Atklnson, Davld .................... 36 49. 58 Atkinson, Joanne..,,15, 45, 49. 51. 55. 58 59 Atklnson, John .......,.,...............,.,.,.....,.. 6 Atkinson, Larry r........ , .......... 31, 38, 58 Baker, Gene E. ......,....... 15, 55 57 58 Baker. Gene R. ..... ,...,.. . ......,.....,.. 3 6 49 Baker, Glenn ...........,..,,........., , .,..... 36, 49 Baker, Jack ....,.,...........,...........,,,...,., ...A , 36 Baker, Jean ....15, 45, 47, 55 58, 60 Baker. Mary ..........,...,............. 1' .,..,.,.,,, 15 Baker, Richard .................... 34 47 70 Barcus, James ..,............................,.,., 40 Barnett, Joan .,...........,.,,, 34, 45 49 55 Barnett, Sue ..... ,.... . .32, 45, 49 51 55 Bartholow, James .,.........,...,.......,,,,, H140 Basehart. Tom .,.............,.,.....,... , .,.,,,,.,, 31 Bassett, Ed ....................,..........,,,,.,.... 3,38 Basset, Jesse ......... ............, 4 0 55 Bassett. Richard ..,................, 38 55 70 Bates, Marjorie ...........,...,.,,, 32 58, 60 Beal, Albert 32, 47, 51, 55, 57 58, 59 Beal. Junlor ..........,.......... ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,. 4 0 Bean, Marllyn 31, 34, 45, 49 55 71 Beaver, Marjorie .,,.......,...,,.,.,,.,, 36, 45 Belter, Darrell..34, 49, 63. 67 70 71 Belter, Jack ..., ,,,.,, .,.....,,,,,.,.,.,,.,,,., , 3 2 51 Belter, Jerry .....,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 38 70 Belter, O. J. .,..... . Belter, Patsy Belle, Dennls ..... Belle. Robert .,... 40 , ......., 31 . .....,., 40 55 47 . ..........., 15 51 49 Belt, Ruby ..,........... Bennett, Eddie ....... .,,,.,.,,.,.,,,., Berger, Robert ..... ......... 3 6 Besst, Leslie .,.,,,.... .,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, 6 Best. Beryl ,. ..,.,,, ,,...,, .,,.,,,,,,,,, 3 2 45 Best, Donald ,..,., . ........... , ..... .......,.,.,.,., 3 8 Bethel, La Vonne ,, .,,,., ,,,,, . N36 45 49 49 Bllllngs. Camilla .... Blackwell, Rlchard ...,..15, 28. 63 Blackwell. Robert , ............... . Bond, Shlrley ..,.,..... 47. 66 57. 71 40 45 Boone. James . ......,. ,, ....... 16 47 Boone, Wllllam .,.,. .,........... 3 6 49 Booth. Bernard ,.,. ,.,.,,, . ,36 49, 58 Bourne, Charlene ..... , .,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 32 Bourne. Eugene ..... ,. ,, .,........... ..36 Bower, Wal ace .,,., ......... 1 0 25 Braden, Ralph . .....,. , .,.,, ,,,,,,. 1 1 Brady, Ed ..,..............,. ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 38 Brady. Edna ..,...,......,.,., ,.,.,,,,,,,,, 34 , 38 Brewer. Elizabeth . .........,....,, ..........,,, 1 5 Brlcker, Glenn ..........,. ,,.,,,,,, 3 1 38 70 Bricker, Jack .,,,..... ...,,,,,.,.,, 3 4, 49 Bricker, Robert ...,. ,,,.,, 31, 36 Brown. James ......... ......... 1 5. 47 Burdette, Ruth ..... .,....... 3 2, 51 Burkey, Bill ,. ,.,..,..,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,. 4 0 Buzan, Robert ,..,,. . ......... ........ ..,.. 38 5 5 Byrd. Noah ...,.,.,.......,,,....., ..,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,. 3 Caldwell. Dorothey ..,......... 16 45. 49 Caldwell. Faye ......,.,..,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,. 38, 58 Caldwell. Mary Ann ....... ,.,,.,, .,,.,, 3 8 , 55 Campbell, Charles .,.........,...,.....,......,. 16 Campbell. Eugene tDlckD .,.,.... 36, 49 Cappbell. Robert .....,,......,,.,.......,, 16, 51 Carney. Betty .....,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 32, 45 Carney, Bonnie ..,.,.,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 40 Carney, June ..,.. ..,,.... ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 4 0 Carney. Martha .,.... 31, 34, 45, 49, 55 Carr, Eddie, ..... 16, 28. 47. 51, 55, 57, 58, 67 68 71 Carr, Marvin ,.......,.,.,.,,.,,.,,,,, ,36, 47, 70 Carr, Robert ...,......,,,.,,,.,, 34, 47, 63, 70 Carr, Wrae ..........,..... 34, 45, 55, 58, 60 Carruthers, Bett ......,........,...,............ 38 Carruthers. Clyclle ............,........,,,,,,,., 32 Carruthers, Kenneth .,.,,,.,.,., 32, 63, 70 Casteel, Harold ..........,,. . ..,.,,.,.,,,,,.,.., 40 Casteel, Martha ...,...,,.., ,,...,.,, 1 6, 45 Casteel, Richard ,,,... .,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 36 Celuch, Mrs. Aldene , ..........,,,.,,,.....,,, 12 Chaney, Jane ......,,..,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 17, 53 Chapman. Robert ....,,.... 34, 49, 63, 70 Clough, Charles ...,. ........,.,...,,,., 3 6, 49 INDEX Clough, Jerry ............,,....................,... 34 Clum, Paul ............,.,. 31, 36 47, 63, 70 Clum, Robert ,............ ....,,............. 38 , 70 Clutter, Leanna ,.,.,.. ..... 36 45. 49, 55 Coker, Jackle ..............,. 34 45, 59. 55 Coker, Shirley ....,.... ......,............. 4 0, 55 Collins, Nlcholos ..........,...,........... 36, 49 Combs, Dean .................. 31 34, 47, 60 Combs, Veryl ..,.., ,...,.... ..,................... 4 0 Conner, Alma .......,...,....,....................... 32 Conner, Charles ....,....................... 36, 47 Cordrey, Bettg ........ 36, 45 49. 55, 58 Cornell, Grae on ...... 32, 49, 58, 59 Cornell, Wllllam ...............,.................. 38 Coulter, Charlotte ........ 17, 28, 4gg 539 Couts, Joann .......... .......,, 3 2, 45, 49 Couts, Lena ......... .....,... 34 , 45, 49 Couts, Mary ............ .......,, 34 , 45, 49 Couts, Shlr ey .... ,.,. . ., ......... 31, 40, 55 Cramlet. Eve yn ,.,.,.,... ....,............... 36 Cunningham, Joan ..,. ............. 4 0, 55 Dansby. Mary ....... ...,.. ...... , ....... . Dansby, Odls ...............,........ 38, 58, 70 Dansby. RMB' Lee ...................... 38, 55 Daugherty, orothy ............ 36, 45, 49 Davls, Albert .......................... 11, 47, 53 Davls, Allce ..,....,...........,...,............ 34. 53 Davls, Dianne ,.,.,...... . ,,....... 45, 60 Davis, Marc .......,.... 31, 38, 55. 58, 70 Davls, Norma ..,,......,.............,.,..... 34, 55 Dawson, Dorcas ............................ Dayton, Margaret ...,.... . 55 45 25 47 De ong, Vernon ,,,.,.,,, .. ............. .. Denham, Robert ...... . ............... 17 Dennls, Kelth . .,...... .................... 38 , 58 Dorsey. James ..................,,.......,.. 32, 49 Dorsey, Margery ......., 32 45. 51, 55. 58 59 Doss. David ............. ...................... . .38 Doss, Jeannine ..... ......,... 4 0 55 Douglas Bob ............ ............. 36 49 Duffy, Robert ...................................... 38 Duhamel, Donald . ......... . ..... 34 49 58 Duhamel, Jeanette .,., Durben, Harold .........,...... Emler, Dorls Jean . ........... 36 , .....,........ 25 4555 Etter, Earl , ....,.......,...,.......,.,...,........... .38 Evans, Besse ............,.,.....,.....,.......,..... 7 Evans, Pat .......,............,,........ 32 51 55 Evans, Bl? ...,.,...... 32, 47 57, 58 59 Everhart, lenn ............................ 36 49 Falrchlld. Jlm ,.,.......,.,.,.,..., ., ..... 32 53 Farrar, Joan ..,. 17, 28. 45 49, 51. 55 Fenton, Donald .................... 32 47 51 Ferren. Sue ...,........,..,....,.....,.,.,... 38 55 Fletcher, Joan Castle .... 17, B. 51 55 Foggln. Thelma ...,...........,.... 17 49 55 Foraker, Beverly ....... . ....... .32, 45. 55 Foraker, Jacklin ...,,..,.,.....,...,...........,.. 38 Foraker, Wanda .................. 17, 45 55 Ford. Kenneth .....,........ 34 49 58 59 Ford, Noreene ...................................... 40 Ford, Norma ........ .... .... 1 7 45 53 55 Freehahn, Jlmmle .,,.................., 40. 58 Frenton, Neal ...,......,...........,.. . .,.......... 38 Frenton, Ralph .,.............................. A... 3 6 Froellck. Marjorie ........ 32 51, 55, 58 Gadd, Pat ....,.,....,..., 32. 45 51. 55. 58 Galnor, Tom ................,... 49, 55, 59 Gallagher, Twlla .,................ 36. 55. 58 Gardner, Mary ........ 34. 45 49, 55, 58 Gates, Ronald ........... . ,.,...,.............. A. ..... 34 Gatten, Donald ......................... ..... ...... 4 0 Gay, Sue .................................. 40. 45, 55 George, Chloe ............................... ,10, 45 Gephart, Shirley .........,...........,.,.. 40. 58 Glazer. Robert ........ 2, 18, 45, 47. 53, 60 63, 67, 71 Gottfried, Franklin 9. 45, 47. 53 Graham, Frances ..,.....................,...,... 40 Gray, Carl ,.......,.... . ..,,...... 40 45. 55, 58 Gray, Eveliyn ....,.....,............... 18, 45, 58 Gray, Mil red ...,.... 14, 18 45, 47. 55 Greathouse, Myles ...................... 34. 49 Greathouse, Jane ............,.,................. 40 Greathouse, Wayne ............................ 40 Greathouse, Wll iam .......................... 40 Groff, Audrey ....... ,32, 45, 47, 51, 55 Groff, Charles ........................ 36, 47, 58 Groff, Marjorie ..................,...,,..,. 40. 55 Guy. Bradley .... 32, 45, 47, 60, 63. 70 Gwynn, Larry ................................ 34, 47 Hackenbracht, Richard.. ,... 31, 3588 5,56 Haines Ruth . ....................... 36, 45, 49 Hall, Robert .......,................................ 40 Hammersley, Don .........................,.... 34 Hammersley, Louise .................... 38, 55 Hammersley, Ruth 18, 45, 47, 49, 55 n Hampton, Jack 32, 47, 51, 57. 58, 59 Hannahs, Don . ......, 32, 45, 47, 49. 63 Hannahs, Dick 32, 47, 63, 66. 70, 71 Hannahs, Walter .........,....,.......... .,... , ,40 Hanson, C. A. .......,.....................,....,..... 6 Hardlng Marjorle ..............,,,,,,,. 38. 55 I-Iarrls, John ...,.......... ............,, 4 0 Harris, Rasph ............ ...., ,,,,, 4 0 , 70 Harrison. oy ............,..............,... ....... 4 0 Harstlne, Robert ,..... ......... ,........ 1 8 47 Hart. Clifford ..,..... ,..... .... .....,.,...... 36 . 4 9 Hashman, Audrey ...... 32, 45, Sgg 55:6 Hashman, Robert 31, 40, 55, 58, 70 Haver, Francls ......,................,.... 34, 47 Haver, Kenneth ....,.,............,......., 34, 49 Haver. Shlrley ..,. ................. 4 0, 55 Hayes, Ruby .... .......... 34 , 45, 58 Hennls, Allen ..............................., 38, 55 Herbert, Dorls ..,.....,...........,.... 32 45 Herbert, Jlm .......,...,.,............,,,... 36, 49 Hewitt, Herschel IPeteJ 31, 4516 Hlckenbottom, Betty .... ,.,. 1 8, 45, 56 Hlckenbotom Delores ........ 40, 55, 58 Hnaem-ana, Frances ..,,..............., 40, ss Hill, Arthur .....................,..,.,........ .38, 55 Hlllman. Jeannetta ..... ................. 36 Hillman, Nadine ..... ..........,....,............. 4 0 Hlllman, Wanda ..........................,..... 32 Hinds, Claude ..........,.....................,..... 11 Hoffman Harold .......,.. 34, 47. 63, 70 Hogan, Esther . .,,.,...,. .............,..... 38 , 55 Hogue, Mlldred ...,.,..........,.,. 34, 45. 55 Hootman, Dale ........,.....,..........,.,.,...... 34 Hootman. Eileen ............ 34, 45 55. 59 Horn, Herman ..................................,. 32 Hudson, Mar? Ellen .......................... 32 Hughes, Bea rlce .......... 32, 45 51. 55 Hughes, Loulse ........,..... 36, 45 59, 55 Hunter, Lloyd ........ 18, 47. 51 57, 71 Hursey, Geor e .................................... 38 Hursey, Marforle ..........,..... 36 45..49 Irwin, Nancy ..,.,,..,....................... 40, 55 Jacobs, Blll ......,,........ ,..... ............,....... 1 8 James, Clyde .......,........................ 36, 49 Jaynes, Dck ..,,.,...... 19. 34, 49 63. 70 Jaynes Joe ..............,...., 49, 63. 66, 71 Jo n, Frank ....................,..................... 19 John, Jan ...................,........... . ......,. 36, 49 John, Shlrley ............ 34, 45, 49 53. 55 Johnson, Clarence .........,.....,.............. 38 Johnson, Joyce ...,...............,...,............ 40 Johnson. Norma .....,............ 34, 45, 49 Jones. Luella ................,. 19, 8, 45. 49 Julien, Maxlne .... 32, 45, 47, 51 55. 58 so Jurin, Garyx ...............,......,....,........ 38. 70 Jurln, Rlc ard .... 19, 28, 63. Sgg Ggi Kall, Mary Allce ......,...,......... 34, 45. 55 Kall, Sonny .............................. , ........,.... 38 Kall, Ronnie ...,,......,....,................. 34, 49 Kees. Dean ........ 32, 47. 51. 58, 59, 60 Kehl, Peggy .......................................... 40 Kelly, Mary Ann ........................ 38, 55 King, Dean ...,,..................,.............,.... 38 Klng, Harry ......,........,.......................,.. 19 Koh , Don ....,.,,....,........... 32, 47. 51, 70 Kohl. Martha Sue ...........,......,....,........ 40 Kohler, Mary ...........,.,.. 35, 45, 49, 55 Kohler, Marilyn .............,.... 35, 45. 49 Kopes, Don .... 14, 19, 47, 60 63, 66, 68 69 71 Kunkle, Lova .... , .........................., 38. 55 Lahmers, Rosemary .....,.....,...,,,....,... 40 Landls, Wendell .......................... 41, 55 Leech, Charles ........ 2, 19, 47 51, 53, so, sa. es Lehman, Clifford ..................,..... 41. 58 Lehman, James .................,.......... 32. 49 Lehman. Robert ..,......,.,.,.,.,.......... ...... 38 Lenzo, Art .,,.....,.,, 2, 19, 49, 53, 63, 67 Lenzo, Frank ..............................,....,.... 25 Lenzo, Mlke .................... 37, 49. 63. 70 Lewis, Jean Carolyn .......................... 41 Lewis, Jane ......................,............,...... 41 Llggett, Floyd ...,...... .......... 3 2. 49 Lln ell, Albert ...,.,.,.................... 35, 49 Lindell, Robert ...........,..........,.,,.. 37, 49 Little, Donald ....,...,............. 39, 55, 70 Little, Harry .... 20. 28. 47. 55, 57, 58, 63, 67, 69. 71 Little, Melva ...,.................................... 39 Llttle, Gene . ,.......,...... ................. 35 . 49 Loader, Galen ..,..,,............................. 37 Loader, Kenneth ....,,.................. 41, 58 Longsworth, Larry ............ 31, 41, 58 Loveless, Robert ........,... 37. 47, 63, 70 Lower, Mary .... 20, 28. 45, 49, 55, 58 ONE HUNDRED THREE Macmillan, Chrlstlna ............ 2, 10. 53 McCants, Patrlcla ......... .,...,.,.......... 5 5 McCleary, Gary .....,.... ....... 3 7, 49 McCormick. Norma ,................ ......... 4 1 McCoun, Floyd ......................,.,.,...... ,39 McCoy ...............,..............,.,.,.,.,.,...., 10, 45 McCracken, Robert .... 11, 47, 49, 60, 63, 68. 70, 71 McCune, Joanne ..........A.......,,,......, 33, 53 McDonnell, Joan ............ .... . .37, 45, 49 McDonnell, Robert ............ 39, 55 58 McDonnell, Richard ,.,. 37, 47, 55, 5g8 McElhaney, Patsy .....,.,................ 41, 55 McGee, Vera .....................,..,,.,. ..,......... 20 McKay, Bernard ...... 14, 20, 28, 49, 53, 55, 57, 60, 63, 67, 68, 69, 71 McKean, Evelyn .......,..., 20, 45, 49, 51 McPherson, Edith .,.,.,.,........ 20, 45, 49 McPherson. Robert . .......... ,37, 49, 58 McVey, Jessia ...,.,.,...,... ..... ................ 3 7 Mack. Jennie ..,............ ............,..... 4 1 MacQueen, David , ..... . ..,... 41, 55 Maloy, Dale .,...,......... .............. 3 2, 53 Maloy, Harold ...... . ..,.,...,............... 35 Maloy, Julia .......... .. ................. . ..... ..33 Mardis, Bill ,,.,..... .,... 35, 49,63, 70 Mardis, Dorothy .......,.................. 41, 55 Mardis, Helen .......,...,.,.,.................,.... 39 Mardis, Phil ..........,.,,..,.., 20, 63, 66, 68 Mardls, Shirley ..........,,,.,............ . ........ 41 Marlatt, Joe ...,........... ,,.,...,...,.... 3 3, 49 Mason, Norma ...,,,.,. ....... 3 3, 45 Mathews, Betty ......,.. .............. 3 9 Mathews, Clifford .,.,.,. ,...,., 35 , 49 Mathews, John ............. .,.....,.,.... 3 7 Mathlas, Rlchard ,...... ...,......,...,... 3 7 Maurer, Robert .,..... .,..,..... 35 , 49 Meek, Dora Ann ...,., .......,..,.,.,...... 4 1 Meeks, Gloria ...., ........ 20 ,45, 53 Meek, Harry ........ . ,...... ..37, 49 Meek, Howard ....., .............. 3 3, 49 Meek, John ....,............,...,.,.................... 37 Meek. Ravmond ...,.,.,...,........ 37, 49, 70 Mercer, Clella ....... ,.,...,.,................ 1 1, 55 Milburn, Dean ........ 2, 21. 47. 51, 53. 58, 63. 67, 71 Miller, Blanche ...........,.,....,................, 39 Mlller, Dean .........,. ......... 33 , 47, 53 Miller, Bob Ed .... . ,.,... ............... 4 1 Miller, Robert ...... .,............ 3 9, 70 Miller, William ...,...... ....,....,...... 3 5, 49 Mlzer, Davld ................ ....,,.,........ 2 1, 47 Mlzer, Donna ,........... 2 21, 28, 53, 55 Moore, Bonnie ....,.....................,.,......... 35 Moore, Harold 33, 53 63, 66, 70, 71 Moore, Marilyn ...................,................ 39 Morrison. Robert ...... ,..,.,.,........ 3 5, 49 Mullen, James .... ............ 3 9, 55, 58, 70 Murphy, Earl .......... 35, 45, 47, 55, 57 Murphy, Jeanne .... 31, 33, 45, 4g5 536 Murphy, John ...... 35, 47, 55, 5519 536 Murphy, Marie .,.. 31, 33, 45. 47, 51, 55, 58, 59, 60 Murphy, Mary ...............,..........,,,......... 41 Myers, Elmer ...... ................,........... 3 7 Myres, Donna .,.,.......................... 39, 55 Nay. James ....,., .......... 3 3, 49, 63, 71 Nay, Shlrley ...,... ...,.,.,,. 3 7, 45, 58, 67 Neal, Carol ......,. ..,.....,..... 33 . 45. 49 Neal, Donald ..... .l.......,.............l. 4 1 Neal, Joan ,,.......... ........l......... 33 Neal, Ralnh ...,........... . ......... 33. 51 Newby, Clifton . ...,... .,............ 4 1 Newby, Kenneth ..,.... .........., 3 5 Newby, Juanita ...... ........... 2 1 Nolan, Marjorie ....... ....... 2 1. 58 Nolan, Shlrley .,., ........... 4 1. 55 Nolan, Richard .... .. ................... 39 Norman, Bruce .....,., ..,..............,,...... 4 1 Norman, Don ....... .......... 4 1. 55. 58 Norman, Roy ........ . ..........,..... 37. 49 Norman, Shirley ..... ....................... .... 4 1 Nugen. Robert. ,.....,...,.,.......... 21, 47, 71 Ogi bee, Helen . ..,,.........., 37, 45, 58, 71 Opphlle, Lloyd .....l..............l....... 33. 49 Ortt, Barbara ........ 31, 37, 45. 49, 57 Ott, John ....................................-... .-,..- 3 9 Ott, Martha ........,..,.,.............., ......, 3 3. 53 Ott, Ray .................................................. 41 Patterson, Jlm .............,...... 31. 35. 47 Patterson, Kenneth .... 31, 33, 4578 5579 Patterson, Carol Patton, Carolyn Patton, Larry ..,,............ 33. 51, 58 p v 55 59 41 Paulun, Lester ...........,..........,............. Paulun, Marjorie ...............,.,................ 37 ONE HUNDRED FOUR INDEX 1 Phillips, Alwllda .....................,.. 11 45 Phillips, Gary ....,..,...,,... 33, 47, 51 63 Pollock. Thomas ...,...,............,... 21 47 Portz, Elizabeth ...,....,.........,......,,, 11 51 Portz, Manly Lou ..,.,,.......... 39, 55 58 Portz, Pat nn ..,. .,,...,..... 3 7 45 49 58 Postlewalte, June ......,. 41, 55, 58 59 Postlewaite, Thomaslna ............ 39 55 Powell, Frank .,.,...,.,.,....................,..,,. 6 Prater, Nancy ...,.............,.... ...... . .41, 55 Proud, Barbara ,....,,.,.,. .... .... 35 4 5 55 gulllen, Faye ...................,.... 37 49, 55 aach. Bill .,....,.,.,...,.......,................,..,, 25 Ray, Robert .... 33, 49, 63 67 68, 71 Ray, Dick ...... ,.....,.,. ........ 35 4 7 63, 70 Rector, Della ........................,.....,. 35, 49 Rector, Llllle ...................,.... 21 49,53 Regula, Billy ,.......,...,,.,.... ..........,.,,,,,,,, 3 7 Re denbought. Anna .,.,...,..., 35, 53, 55 Rlce, Gall ..,, 37, 47, 55, 57, 58,63, 70 Rice, Robert ..............................,....,...,,, 37 Richetts. Camlllla ..........................,... 39 Rlffle. Eugene ................ 11 49 62, 70 Rlggle, Geary ................ 35 47 53,63 Rlggs, Darrell ...............,..,,.,,.,,,,,. 35, 49 Rlsher, Marjean ..,,..,,..,,...,,,., 35 53, 55 Robinson, Doris 33, 45, 51 55 58, 62 Robinson, Richard ..,,...,....,......... 37, 49 Roe, Mary Lou ..,,........ 35 45 49,55 Roe, Dlck ....,,,,...,...,.,...,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 41, 70 Roeder, Max ..., .......... 3 9 55 58, 70 Rogers, Janice ................ 35 45 49, 55 Ross, Gloria ............ 2, 22, 45. 47, 53. 55, 58, 60 Rothensteln, Doris ..,,,.,.......,..,,,,,,,,,,, M41 Rothensteln, Robert ...............,...,..,,,, 39 Rufer. Anna Mae ,.,...,...,,.., .22, 28, 57 Russell, Alberta ......................., 45 Russell, Duane ....,... 2, 22, 28, 47, 51, 53, 60, 63, 67, 71 Russell, Sally ..................,,...,,,,,,,,, 41, 55 Sanders, Charles ..,,,......,...,.,...,...,...,,, 41 Sanders, Dwain ..... ...,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, 3 7 Sanders, Norma ...... ....... 22 , 45, 49 Sarchet, David ...,,.. .,,..,...,.,,,,.,, 22 Sarchet, Martha .,.,.,.,.. , , ,..,,..,,, 35,53 Sarchet, Paul ...,.......,.,.............,.,.,.,,,,, 33 Sarchet, Raymond .........,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,,, 37 Saylor. George 35, 49, 55 57 63, 70 Saylor, Molra Jean ...........,.,,,,,,, 39, 55 Saylor, Norazella ........ 22 49 53,55 Sayre, Bill .........................,...,.,....,,.,,,,. 53 Sc ear. Elmer ................ 10 55 57, 58 Schlarb, Jack ........ 14, 22, 28 67, 71 SchluDP. Frederick .... 37 47 63, 70 Schlupp, Mary ..........,...,.......,..... 39, 55 Schwarm, Ric ard ..............,...,..,,,,,,,,, 37 Scott, Eddie .........................,.,.,.,.,.,.,,,,, 37 Shadowens, Thelma .,...,...,..,,.,.,,...,.,. 41 Sharrock, Ferrel ............,..... 10 25, 53 Sharrock, Max .........,.... 39 58, 59, 70 Sharrock, Richard .... 22, 28, 47, 51, 55 57 58 60, 62 Shaw, John .............,,.........,.,...,...,,.,,,.,,, 33 Shaw. Pat ................ 33, 51, 55, 58 59 Shaw, Richard .............,,,...,,.,,,.,,,. 41, 70 Shaw, Wllllam ...............................,...,.. 39 Shepherd, Dallas ....,......,,....,..,,,.., 35, 49 Shepherd, Velma ................................ 33 Shryock, Norma , ....,....,, 33, 45, 51, 55 Shull, Ruth ............................ 22, 55, 58 Shurtz, Norma .............. 33, 51, 58, 60 Sickles, Billy ...............,..,,...,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,. 41 Silverthorne, Don 35, 49, 51, 63, 70 Silverthorne, Pat ................ 35, 45, 49 Smith, Barbara ............................ 41, 55 Smlth, Charles B. . ........,,...,.,.,,....,..,, .10 Smith, Ellsworth ....,..,...,......,.,.,, 35, 49 Smith, Lucille ,,.,................ ...........,...... 3 9 Smyth, Phyllis ....31, 33, 45, 536 Snedeker, Esther , .,.,.........,................. 35 Snell, Gerald .,.,.,.,.,.....,......,......,,, 39, 70 Snell, Roland ...................... ........,..,.,., 4 1 Snode, Elizabeth ..., 23, 28, 45. 47, 49, 51, 53 55 Snyder, Fred , ......,...,.......... ..,......,...... 25 Speer, Bobby ........................,...,.....,...., 41 Speer, Joan .............,...... 23 45 49,55 Spring, Alvin ........,..,.,.,................ 37, 49 Stahl, Helen .... 2, 14, 23, 28, 45, 47, 49, 53, 55 60 Stanley, Forest . ..........,....................,.. .35 Stalter, Kitty ................,,.. ,....... .......... 3 5 Stewart Allen 23, 47, 63, 67, 68 71 Stewart Don .......................,....,......,.... 25 Stewart, Nancy ...............,...............,.... 37 Stewart, Shirley .... . ..,.... 39 58 Stocker, Loren ,....., . ..........,... 39 Stocker. Marvin ...... ........ 3 7 49 Stocker, Shlrley Stokes. Jerry .... 31, 33, 47. 51, 63. 66. 8, 71 Stonebrook, Edna ............,.,,.,.,.,,.,.,,,,., 33 Stoner, Thyra .,...,.,...,..,...............,, 11, 45 Swigert, Sarah .............. 37 45, 55, 58 Swlgert, Ted ...... ....... .......,.,,, 3 9 , 70 Taylor, Jlm .... ....,.,......... 3 7 47, 63, 70 Taylor, Kathryn .,.,.............. 31, 37, 45 Taylor, Virginia , .....,.,.,.,,..........., 33, 57 Tedrlck, Beverly .,.,... ..,..... 3 7, 45, 59 Tedrlck, Dean ,,..... ..... ,.... ........,,.... 33 Tedrow, Hazel ,,,..., .,...... 35 , 45, 55 Temple, Jack ....,. ........... 23 , 47, 60 Thomas, Bill .......,,......... 44 47, 51, 60 Thomas, Kav ..,.. ........................... 4 1, 55 Thompson, Charles . ....................,....., 37 Thompson, Dale ..........., 35 47, 57, 60 Thompson, Mary Lou ,.,. .... 4 1, 55, 58 Tice, Billy .............,.,..,,.......,........,..,,,,, 39 Tilton, Anne ...........,,......,,.....,. 39, 45, 55 Tilton, Jeanne ................ 23 45, 49, 55 Titus, Earl ...................,...,,.............,.,...., 6 Titus, Mary Alice .... 35, 45, 553 Titus, Robert .......... 37, 45, 47, 58, 59 Torgler, Rosa ..........,...............,..... 39, 55 Triplet, Carol ...,......,...........,. 31, 39, 55 Triplet, Denver ....... ...,.........,...,. 4 1 Trlglet, Gloria .............. , .,..,...,..,. 37, 45 Tu ord, Joann .......,.,.,................ 41, 55 Tufford, Wllllam .,....,.,....,.... 37, 49, 63 Twyman, Dale ..,. 23, 47, 51, 55585676 Tyler, Richard .............. 33, 47, 51, 58 Tyson, Earl .....................,............ 33, 53 Urban, Clara .....,,.... 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Vanderhoff, Mildred ...,...... v .....,..39. 55 Van Scyoc, Evelyn ,,........... ...41, 55, 58 Van Sickle, Dw ght ...............,.... 37, 49 Van Voorhls, Alice 23, 38, 45, 47, 49 Van Voorhls, Harold .... 35, 47, 60, 70 Vogt, Donald ....,.,...................,..... 35, 49 Walkenspaw, Grace .... 24, 28. 45, 47, 49, 51. 53 55. 57. 60 Walker, Stella Mae ............................ 39 Waller, Barbara .,..............,................. 37 Waller, Fern ............ 24, 45, 49, 51. 55 Waller, George ......,................,...,........ 33 Walters, Barbara .... 31, 35 45, 49, 71 Walters, Don tFllpJ .... 24, 28, 47, 51, 58 63. 66, 68 Walters, Joan .............................. 39. 55 Walters, Shirley ..........,.,..,........ 41. 55 Walters, Waldon ......,. 24 49, 63, 67 Walters, Wallace .... 24, 47, 55, 57, 63 Warner, Patsy ............................ 41. 58 Warren, Don ...... 24, 28, 47, 60, 63, 66, 68,71 Watson, Joyce ............................ 41.55 Watson, Ro ert ........l........... 39. 55. 58 Wearsch, Marjorie .................... 35. 57 Weaver, Wallace ............................. ...39 Wells, Bessie .... 2, 24, 45, 47, 51. 53, 55. 57 Welsh, Jean ..................l............ ,.... 3 5. 45 Whyde, Barbara ..., 37. 45. 49. 55. 58 Whyde, Donna ..... . ...............1...... 41. 58 Whyde, Bill .....,...... 33. 51 63. 67. 71 Wlandt, Arlle ....................---- 37. 49. 58 Wlandt, Mary Carol ............ 24. 57. 59 WiFi-leld, Carolyn ......... ............ 3 9. 55 Wide, Annabelle .............l..............---- 41 ams, ve ................---.---- ------------ Williams, Raymond .... 25. 47. 55. 57. 63, 66, 68. 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