North College Hill High School - Illium Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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L Favorite Song Maybe Youll Be There 6 ee Club I2 lnlramurals I 2 3 4 Y Teens Z 3 4 Munslrel I4 Offtce 4 DAVID HENRY ARGO Sleepy 'lull broad shouldend curlu Murtll 7 I Y IU H I Y Favorite Song Kentucky Walt Football 2 Band I Trolan Chatter 3 Mnnsfrel I Annual Treasurer 4 Opereffa 4 CAROL JEAN CARTER B B gnu a quot nun I rv .1 11 p un r- Favonte Song I The Mood Inframurals I 2 3 4 Operefla 2 4 Trolan Chaffer 3Ed Mmslrel I Sfudenf Councol I Y Teens 23 Scholarship Team I 2 3 Glee Club I 2 4 Annual 2 3 Ed 4 THOMAS LEE BONTA-"Tom" huxkr ull F 7 ' .u I' , buxlbull I ' Lou t pass uv, v. . Favorite Song: "It Had To Be You" Football I-3-4 Track 3-4 Bas efball I-2-3-4 Senior Play 4 Glee Club 2 OPerelIa 2 Ba eball IVZ-3 Slunl Nighl I JAN FRANK AFRO Aps tx Lorlur rs our an X I1 I1 lcadtr Iles uour man Favorite Song For Senlxmenlal Reasons lEnIered Jumor yearl Inframurals 34 Offlce 4 Annual Sfaff 34 Baseball 4 Football 4 Slunl Nnghf 4 Track 3 Semor Play Glee Club 34 Opereffa 4 LOIS MAE BORNEMANN Slub I ilubbus aluaus au ll u a 11 b Q Favorlte Song For Senlxmental Reasons Annual Staff 4 Intramurals 3 4 Trolan Chafler 3 Y Teens I 3 4 Glee Club I2 Sfunf Nlghl I Mlnsfrel 4 EUGENE ROBERT BERNLOEHR Parrol u thu rs Iurm Favorite Song Deep Purple Annual Staff 4 Intramurals I234 Slunf Nlghf I JUNE THERESA CLEMENS- If n Cem tu . ' fs Uvru quo , . I' yt' . lhufs umlurslu . Favorite Song: "Deep Purple' Intramurals I-2-3-4 Troian Chaffer 3 Sfunl Nighl I Y-Teens I-344 RAYMOND JOSEPH BROSSART 5Y L1 at :L I sp mr K s I hux ltw ur Favorite Song Because Baskefball 2 3 4 Go 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Foofball 4 PATRICIA ANN EBERSOLD B lattu rs our smgrng star Favorite Song Star Dust A nual I 24 Inframurals Troyan Challe Senior Play 4 Operelfa 2 4 Y Teens I 2 3 Glee Club I 2 4 Mmsfrel I4 Slunf Nlghf I4 r JAMES ARTHUR HERLINGER e w In u arm' lx Jrms an hzlxr I ul Favorite Song PQ, O My Haart Mmsfrel 4 Annual 4 AUDREY JEAN FEINTHAL Audey L1 r L1 llrui umm Musa sports and Cluylcm Favorite Song I Wish I Drdnt Love You S Trolan Chaffer 3 Band I 2 3 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Mlnslrel I G ee Club I 2 JOAN SHIRLEY DIGNAN Joanne I LI flllll KI FAIKIII. 1 hw url ul Favorite Song Body and Soul A nual I2 3 4 Sfunf Nlghf I Intramurals I2 34 Glee Club Z MIDSIFEI 4 Trogan Chalfer 3 Y Teens I 2 3 4 Operefia 2 THOMAS WILLIAM DUGAN Dug 1 m mlsome 1 n S Lil' IILTI UPL I' QU! Favorite Song Symphony Football I 24 Sfudenf Councul 4 Baseball 2 Class Prescdenl I3 Track 3 Mmsfrel I Baskelball 2 3 MARY LOUISE ELSTUN Lou I ur rs omr who can I hc lu! Isp uallq on tlunhlmg hull! flu Favorite Song I Cant Bc-gm To Tell You Annual 4 Operelfa 2 Trolan Chafler 3 Sensor Play 4 Slunt Nlghl' I Intramurals 234 Y eens l23V Pres 4 Mlnsfrel 4 Glee Club I2 DONALD E GOODWIN D G xl I xr: n :fu :tm umm u u xurpr x Favorite Song Near You Opereffa 4 Basltelball 234 Sensor Play 4 Glee Club 234 Baseball Mgr 2 Class Vlce Pres I Sfudenf Councll 34 Foofball 3 3,,,mm,,e,,,,,:,:,,,.,,,,,,,,:,,,::,,mm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,::,me,194 u 1. u 1-.R .- Il ll, 1'g f-IH II ' u- mf, Ru ls 'I 'I' in :II Ihr' . 4 I, lluulylux rgfx un' , ,I hl '. He, at lr vm' un .lv Ilrll ru fs. - . fr u . n ' 1 - . ' ' If ' ' . ' ' ' . "P I" .. T Shi' ls Curlaxln to go fur. III! Ii Za I, dfyyg HIL I III' .VIII II' 1 " " - , .. ., .1 - - I-2 ' ' . I . 3 . - . n n -..R d.. ,.k I be 5, ,. I h l . Tr r K cr '. ' 1 Un. 'L . 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Of You Y Teens I 2 3 4 Office 4 lnframurals I 2 3 Annual 4 Glee Club 2 4 Senror Play Sfunf Nlqhf I Opereffa Tropan Chalfer 3 WILLIAM ROGER KATTELMAN a ou :Luft zz mill' lm o I Hes always Iuuabmg newer xl: Favorite Song Near You Foofball 2 34 Trolan Chatfer 3 Intramurals I Z 3 4 Mlnsfrel I 4 JEAN LOUISE KELLERMAN Ke y In buzzlzh Ipznq J un rs an ar lm! one 9171: uluuus Ga-1 and full of fun Favorite Song Embrace-able You Annual 2-3-4 Slunf Nlghl' I Inframurals 3-4 Opereffa 2 Office 4 Y-Teens I Glee Club I-2-3 ARTHUR E KLUENER Ginsburg ls hurd In rom ul I an slur I mm favorite Song Kentucky Walt Annual 4 VIRGINIA ELLEN KREIMER Ginny lou 1 r 1 :lu s :hr on favorite Song For Scnhmcnlal Reasons Y Teens I 4 RICHARD CHARLES KROUSE K ah 7 sm 1 Iwo v uf' II r 1 Inn If mu Favorite Song Temptation Foolball 3 Inframurals 3 4 Gof I 2 3 Coach 4 Sensor Play BLANCHE ALICE LUTHER ed ll U 'lo Iv vL liluncfvf' rs sunlq 1 Ina! Favonte Song It Had To Be You Annual 3 4 Y Teens I 3 4 Trolan Chaffer 3 Glee Club I2 Mlnslrel 4 DOROTHY LOIS KELLY Dolhe u 1111 9 L I Ll U Favorxte Song Tn Each Hrs Own Annual 34 Sensor Play Trolan Challer Mmslrel 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 lnlramurals I 2 3 4 EDWARD J KOHL Ed I ur Favorite Song Nrghl and Day Foolball I 2 3 Operelfa 2 Glee Club 2 Baseball Mgr 2 Slunf Nnghl I GLORIA JUNE LIGHT Glo I1 I s um! sm ,Us I m al Favorite Song Peg O My Heart Annual 34 Inlramurals 2 Trolan Challer 3 Mlnslrel 4 G ee Club I 2 3 Class Sec y Y Teens Z 3 4 CLAYTON E LOCKWOOD Moe Illuzv-17 hlmball K :fron is ln: favorite Song Peg O My H2411 Trolan Chafler 3 Baskelball Mgr 3 lnlramurals 234 Mnnslrel I Baseball 2 34 I l 1 I. . In -I . .- I llzll. mr!! . ami not ul .h1. II."v om' ulw , h . Dull I' luulll urrdnl I7-ml: my turf. .'l 1- -I1 .xruumlr Ii . dy JI- mf. I , U , ,, . ' . 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G41 .Started Wrlh You Glee Club 234 Annual 24 Mlnslrel 4 Sfunf Nlqhr I Trolan Chaffer 3 Y Teens I 2 3 4 Inframurals I2 3 4 Opereffa 4 Sennor Play 4 JACK WM MOHR P.ggy sf :lr r L Favorite Song In The Hood Foo ball I2 3 4 Slunl Nnqht Mmslrel I4 Opereffa 4 Sensor Play 4 Track 34 Baskelball I 2 3 4 Student Councul 234 JOAN ADRIENNE MclNTYRE Mac Iuzr Imr rbun Favorite Song 1 Wish I Didnt Lure You Sn YTeens I Inlramurals I2 WM H REESE WlIIle I1 I LL! lb L m I II an S Favorne Song I Love You G ee Club I 24 THOMAS HERBERT MATSON Knobby n Ihl 0 om L 4 1 rs mu 1 Favorite Song Time On My Hands F olball l234 Slunl' N'ghI I Basketball I 2 3 4 Baseball Mg Sfudenl Council 23 Track 34 Presldenl 4 Junnor Prom King SHIRLEY E McCLANAHAN Mack 1.1! fu .11 s xl ur Favorite Song How High The Mfrrvn Y Teens I 2 3 4 Trolan Chafler Sfunl Nrght I Annual Staff 2 3 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Munslrel 4 CLETUS F PETERS Threat L1 G s orzs fha! s our Favorne Song Chababa Chababa Foolball I 3 Track 2 4 Bas elbal II 234 Go 34 Baseball 2 3 4 Sfunl Nughf I BETTY JANE MILLS Betts I iq sports a puxr of om mms s 41 ui In sporzs and uru Irrm Favorite Song .Star Dust Y Teens I2 3 Pres 4 In ra-nura s 2 3 4 .. .. .. .. 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Hymn Of The Republxc Band Mgr 4 Operefla 4 Inlramurals 2 3 MARION CAROLINE NOEL Mackey I rrlr rr Favorite Song Then: Ive Saud It Agam Y Teens I 34 Mrnslrel 4 ROBERT GEORGE RUTER O in :ll adn rr Favorue Song .Star Dusl Annual 4 Slunl Nuqhl I Baseball 23 Sensor Play 4 Basketball 3 4 Soph Class Sec y Treas PATRICIA JANE PlEPER- Pal I1 is hlnml and awfully nice. "Eu c nl uf gurl you loo at rw' L-. Favorite Song: "Deep Purple" Sfunf Night I Glee Club I Inlramurals l-2 Minslrel l-4 Troian Chalfer 3 Y-Teens l-2-4 A nual I-2-4 S+. JOYCE ANN NIEMAN Blondle p 1 x ll r p rx mu Hu loull pun umf Ins! Favorite Song Near You Annual Slaff I Slunf Nnghf l Y Teens l Z 3 4 Trolan Challer lnlramurals I 23 4 Munslrel 4 EDWIN HENRY RUTER Rufelob I ru lznorne Song Near You Foofball Intramurals 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 BETTY NUCKOLS Nuclns IU r 1 rs nu: Favorite Song .Star Dust Y Teens l DONALD LEE SCHMIDT- Schmilfy . f ul' ' 1 lv . rm. e ..u hu pyfkuflnzuczl nn Favorite Song: "Sugar Blues" B n I-2 Class Presidenf Annual Slaff 4 Trojan Chaffer 3 Scholarship Team I-2-3 MARILYN HELEN QUITTER Blond s sm slr V1 I 1 nur' a tu L as L faworste Song Tsme On My Hands Annual 2 3 4 G ee Club I 2 4 Trosan Charter Msnslrel 4 Sensor Play 4 Operefla 24 Sfunl Nsghf I Inframurals I 2 3 4 Class Vsce Pres HERBERT G SCHROECK Herb rl: ss rv favorste Sons, Near You efball I 2 3 4 Msnslrel Football 2 Sensor Play Baseball 2 Class Treas 3 4 HELEN JOY SCHOULTHEIS CY U h ss q I' r lsnlvc mm Favorste Song Near You IEnIered Junsor Yearl lnlramurals Y Teens Msnslrel 4 GLENN E STEPHAN Zoolue CI nn sL1Il he an enema r mms ssss I 9 o L frsllrsss thus s rmsllsf lx Favortte Song Near You Foolball 2 3 4 T o an Chafler 3 I Intramurals 3 4 Sensor Play Annual 4 Operella 4 2 WM L SCHOBEL Professor I J 0 r sss S I :us lufu pbarn ns I Favorste Song Tallszhsxscc Football l 23 Slunl Nsqhf Annual 3 Offsce 4 Bussness Manager 4 WANDA JEAN SCHLUETHER Wendy lavorsts: Song For Scntsnn mul R4 axons YTeens I Sfunl Nsqhl I lnlramurals I 2 RONALD E SCHWEITZER Sweslz ur x an Favortte Sona 12th .Slrcct Rag I 2 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Scholarshsp Team 2 JANET F SCHWI ETERMAN gl s 0 is r s on I I Favorite Sona It Had To Be You Y Teens I 2 3 4 lnlramurals 2 4 Operelfa 2 Stun? 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' 4 - - - - . - I 6 ROBERT ERNEST VAUPEL Woo haa In Brolooy Bob zs a 1.1.1717 Xu uralml 5 job ll bn 1 Favorite Song Rye Whzskey Ban I LOIS ADELYN STEVENSON Sfevle cu rs a friend lo 41 I uou uant aduce just gn. I- r a r ll Favorite Song Body and Soul Annual I 2 3 4 Operelta 2 4 Glee Club I2 34 Senior Play 4 Y Teens I 2 3 4 M nsfrel I4 lnframurals I 2 3 Sfunf Nughl I EDWARD WEIDE Wlneafles Eds rurure plans an Inqm lr e I mah good m rv I Favorite Song Penthouse Serenade- Foofball 3 Intramurals 3 Baseball 3 4 ANNA MARCELLA WAGNER- "Ann" Ralher shy but very swcet, Annls u gal hard to boat. Fovorite Song: "For Senlimenlal Reasons" lnframurals I-2-3-4 SHIRLEY MAY STAFLETON S lr Shnrlmus umbllxon lo cnmy :fe SM 5 sure IO be a new good mufe Favorlte Song To Each Hxs Own Annual Sfaff 34 Sh.nf Nnghf I Glee Club I 2 lnframurals 34 Y Teens I Offnce 4 JACK DAVID WARD Wardo I Im uc must su pulrlr rn a manly .Lay Favorite Song Tempaiahon Slunl Nlghl' l LILLIE BELL THOMPSON Ll 1 1 lllls tht nurszml pro! sslon L 11 lun ru L 1 monies n Fovorlte Song Smce I Fell For You eens I2 Pres lnlramurals GEORGE HOLMES WEBER In sllzdirs Georg? is on 1170 lop, In .sporzs his hard lo sion. Favorite Song: "Temptation" Football I-2-3-4 Class Vice-Pres. 4 Annual Staff 4 Troian Chalfer Staff 3 Baskefball l-2-3-4 Slunf Nighl l PAULINE HELEN WEIS aul DOROTHY JEAN WEISS DONALD EDGAR YOUNG Jeanne Chnnaman HHPPV 0a and Lcr so smut "W"'1fS "Lung mn' be bm' 'Uma s busu and cfflcxenl too Don has braxns and ls Lery quiet 9 Favorne song Body and Saul 'la u secretary Jeanne II do Hes tops you rant deny rt Annual 4 Gmc Club 24 Favorite Song Slar Dusl Favorite Song Near You Tfolan Cham' 3 5""'f N'9"' ' sm Club I2 lnffamufaus I2 34 Inframurals 123 Foofball 2 Opereffa 2 4 Sensor Play 4 it-I-ezgzmi ?:?npre?P:reHa 2 YTeens I234 Inrfmaurals I 2 3 4 Mmsfrel 4 Sfunf Nughi I lropan Charier 3 el- sw Sensor Honor Roll Senior Class Officers nm Row G Lnghc A Icmthal C Carter Presfdenz Don Schmxdt Second Rom J Vkuss M Qultter M Hoffman VICE? Pl'68ld9r7I G2OI'g2 Weber Thzrd Row D Kelley J Schoulthens M Noel Secretary Glona Llghr I ffll rh Row. D Young I Wende Treasurer Herb Schroeck 18 ! 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' 'c Al V' 0 ff XX g 4 X 5 LX, "Stars of tomorrow '7 A Supporfing Casi' of Juniord csaoplzomorea grwlmmen UIZLOIJ TIME September 2 1947 to June 11 1948 SETTING North College H111 Hrgh School CHARACTERS 60 Junrors 125 boys and 35 g1r1sD Mrs Emrl Wood and Mr Martm Ryerson PLOT Once agam we were troddmg over the path whlch leads closer to our destrna tron Senrors and graduates of N C H Hugh Electron of officers and plannmg the selectron of class rlngs were our flrst problems After a long wart fat least we thought sol the rxngs finally arrrved Everyone rncludmg the Semors ladmrt It 1 were cnvlous Our class dance whlch was qultt a success came next Baker S Bedacht B Buchert J Cllnkscales I Carlock B Forbes J rey D Haney S Herlmger Holfmeler D Hoffmener J Hughes J Jasper C Joerger Keller S Kxefer V Korte H Kramer B Langmerer Lauther L Lutterbex M Madgett J Meyer J Meyer Meyer F Mxller G Mueller A Pres Sand Schardme A Schlewmsky B Strrnkorb S Wuest P Huber 22 O : , 1 : z ' Q ' 3 . ' . L. 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' , Baker R Burke V Camarca S Cox A Denller Dugm C Ifxy1ld D Hehenstrert Lockwood A Oehler Nleyer A Prnt Rue er Roueh A Seylwerth Qtnermm J Ihompson I Ihompson L T D T1eman Qs XX Vcrlnmp ' H in Vweber J Woellert R Wullkotte D Vklunderltck VJ Yeckel Sports became the mam thought 1n all the students mxnds and the Junlors IH full glory entered wmmng athletes IH all flelds After Chrxstmas holrdays our only thought was the PROM Means of securlng money were dlscussed and after much debate we decxded to reyxye Stunt Nlght vxhlch proyed to be a great success Money was st1ll needed so the old stand by magazlne subscr1pt1ons boosted the treasury to 1ts deslred peak The Prom date llVlay 29thj came near the orchestra LCec1lYoungJ was selected and the nlght arrxved Everyone looked lovely and of course we must say our male escorts were hand somely dressed After the prom the year was practxcally over The last week passed fast As vue left N C H for another year we realized we had achleved our goal SENIORS Betty Buchert Junlor Class Officers lreszdent Jack Baker V P Jrm Thompson Sec Ireas Betty Buchert Jumor Honor Roll JJ' V Camarca S Bedacht If 'J C Joerger J Hughes M, ,., ,..y c'rl:?' - v sg, yjfw . . - ' J I . , . . r ,N J . . . t ,H ' R N. 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S , op omofzed ,uv ' fl x' L I I TOP ROW M Anderson R Applcmm J Arnold J Bay r D Budkc J Clark M Deye Second Rott D Dreler A Lngle D Cnston P Greenwald C1 Hxrmon J Hermclmg M Hurrtll 21141 Qou. nson tus lst 7 rlmer oust ut cr l w ourlh Rott Art C 'Nla t1n l Meter M Nlrdden or, Nmmc Murrell J Nrcpore 111th Rott B Peeno 9 Phrlllps E Prrcc D Puccmn D Rader R Romano lx Rudrscll Szxth Rott 'N Schlutttr B Schncrdcr R Sherlock A ipmgnolm A Stuens H Strrnkorb A ltl7ner Scmnlh Rott N Hlhomxs D Weber I XVtngcr S XXYCIIII R klfrndt J XVH1 XV Murrcll Our hearts were young and gay as we strolled back to school to start a new year as sophomores We felt cheerful as we wandered xnto the class room to Hnd many new frrends as well as old ones We met our class advrsors, Mrs Grmon and Mr Kramer, and selected class oflicers As our presrdent we chose Bob Robmson, a jolly llttle fellow wlth a great many ldeas Our vnce presrdent, Walter lBOg19D Coughlln IS a great help to the presxdent Jean Nreporte our br1ll1ant secretary, scrlbbles down the news Joan Bayer rs our treasurer who keeps our money safe and sound As our student councrl members we chose Joan Wltt and Roy Schwertler 24 A I 23 e 4 "" ' A ,. 4 1' A A , A' 5 ., J J sccc ' e' f M 1 ' " QV A . 1 Q ,,::, . ,V . .. , Q . c , 'I 1, , 'Hn R JA" . 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Bmyer Boyle Breslel Coughlan Dextrlch Dumas l I enm g l elwurds C xrdner Gemerelll Hood Hyers Me em Xleller Nleyer Mlller ernl Rlneleel W Rottmghaus Ruter 'Q Sehweltlcr 91erxeld Stmmcn we Q Q ,Asia , V we f'7 Ag., ,I 'W XX We have had two dances thls year They turned out to be ex lfllig and lots of fun We have had one hay r1de and everyone enjoyed h1mself XVQ the Sophomore Class won Hrst pr11e 1n Stunt Nlght on March l3th For the stunt we used the early hfe of our wonderful lovmg teachers and thelr actlons when they xx ere teen agers How could we lose The sophomore gnrls and boys have been very actlve 1n all the year round school sports Next year our boys w1ll be on the varsxty teams el jr K and vxe know they wxll make good R SI ,hm C SIM I The Sophomores say so long ue wlll meet you ignn as junxors Ll Sophomore Honor Roll Vi! aw' N A Engle M Lyon Sophomore Class Officers Bob Robmson First Row M Deye, P Lauther Presldenf Second Row J Bayer, M Hurrell Third Row D Edwards, R VW pfemden' Sexerveld, M Hyers Secretary Not ln pzcture P Brestel, N Thomas, M Anderson 25 Walter Coughlm Jean Nxeporte Treasurer Joan Bayer A' 1 ' 'IL r .wlf " "1 4 A f' ii- ' W- ' 'Y ef:'L , s 1 o f t , ji m , XX . 1 , , ii V O , A 2 gi! 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C Ashing H Blum J Britton H BuS1m Xl Butltr inkstalts Sn ts Ok 1 rc in 1ltr 111 oct L11 n11n s. um our Init tD1nitl J Xltur rkins tt tltr t X Rittr liflh Rott. S Rukmin Xl Rimla J Rull D Ruth 'N Schlcsstlmm K XXLbcr C XX ic s L ns mtn 1 t in lllgl snow Thr. big, diy 1rrixcd Stpttmlur 7 lo-lf XXL Wtrc 1 lnppx Lxtittd group of t1g,1tx tight xoungsttri thrilltd to think th1t our Journq through high sthool 1 1ustl1tg,un XL rt 1 rtt r 1 5 t things th t 1ttu1 on us 91 Llgkf to lt n Our first du found ui pthtrtcl in our homt rooms uhtrt uc rtttiu our sthtdults or t t mar Xltttint, our ttnlurs somt of X1 hum ut new d mmx nux 1 ts oo Q 1Sc 1n iniprtssiu txptm tt L linux this f., oup t 1111. vtoplt s 1 1 mm tht p1tttrn r 11 ir ttr t utrt L st XXI tl pitturt S L X t tlprt 1nt1l1tr pttturt rw1mtn lntxptrttnttc run n5,t cl asm 1 1 11 1 tritrit fnlng ll'UfTl 1 H16 d SLUIUI XLTL N. JRHIS 7 1 1 is111rt1xir1g Juniur 1 us tu tn m1nx 1 S l11tl lurn somxtimts tht l11rd 1 IX too lilxt 1 gll1I10l'l to tht Student Countil 1n m1n1 timts Wt mptirtd 1t Wrong t 'ISSLQ fo mum 1 XX hurt vnu nu Xts ur Kurt lrtihmtn but ucnttully ut bcc1mt ntustomgd to our .JlllX routim 26 7' 9 arock lX'l Claxton tttmd Rott t ron I11rdRf1it llmfltr K Jo Freshmen Honor Roll J Flick R lcnning E Knapp X01 m picture K Pitnr . Q -:vw 11 :li A f vgfmt .1 V, -,., ' , A K f. HMV ' I J . J J 'J . X ,lk 4 lp 'fy W X 1 A 1 4 J I ,1i'ff11V A 1 ,,:- ,i li H M, W , Ei Q ' -Q A'k'. ' 4 'f 1 . . A 1 ' ': . ' . . . . A , V .. .1 . 1. l. Cl . . . ': Cl' J. Clink N. C ', J. Flick. J. Crau. M. Hn l . lf. ll'fl' . "I 1: l. 1 1. . ncs. lx K.1l 1. li. lifhll. J. K ll1. B. K ll . , D. l.1d 1' . If th Q 'J M. Xli . . 1 1 '1. A. Pc ' M. Pc is. K. Pt 1. C. l7r1ll. '. 111. Sghmidu. 'sfi1Lmm1iiQf. 'Sixth Rmb: Xi. 'rmoff J. 'rhQ1ffifQ50n. J. XX:aQncri If '1 . .. 'ht . -- 11Xh. .1t l.1.t. 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' ,,-- V, -, , I ,L , 1 V A , V, 6 , K .. . , . . . 4 . wif 1 mv Freshmen Class Officers Preszdent Vzce Preszdenl Secretary Treasurer Roy Rohr Roger Krebs Sylvla Reckman Irvmg Sch1llmg hir' ,MA Il 1 3 Top Rou, C Butler A Cox C Darker .I Dans A Harman W I-Iarrxs P Hartman Second Rod Cv Kxng C Barnes R Conway H Grant R Kramer R Krebs G Kresser Thzrd Rou. R Krummen R Lennmg L Lexbrlch C Lohstroh D Luther C McMullen A Mxller Fourth Row D Plxeman C Rogge R Rohr S Roxerkamp R Ruhe N Ruter T Ruter Fzfth Row M Rutz I Shlllmg I Stent7 A Thompson I Thompson J VVe1dner,I. Vklullkotte Szxth Rou. XV Jaeger I Jones T Yeckel S Reese The glrls enjoxed thelr mssoetatmon uxth the rest of the hugh school gurls ln the Y TEENS But the btg thrxll emme umth the Y 'IFENS prom lnhms vxe wlll long remember XVe also partmpated mn 1 Stunt Nlght XXX d1d 1 sklt on 'frankle and Johnny It vxas a lot of fun and I am sure all those who took part enjoyed lf mmmensely Vlle wxll also look back on the day of our INITIATION Beautlful sxghts we were to behold dressed mn long underwear and armque dresses and decorated by expert artlsts umth lxpstnck md mascmra to look lxke members of the lrojm lnbe Nor umll we forget thlt wonderful sensation of hot pepper tlum or soup suds lwexng shoxed nn our mouths by loxmg upper classmcn These are all preclous memones of our Ireshmen year at North College I-I1ll Hxgh alu Us to be remembered and nexer to be forgotten Charles Ashmg, '51 Z7 it mfr .Age I 4. yr-,Gln e ,, f-.U 1 f fm - .A ' rVL.' g ,f rj , 1 ' 7 , , 1 gr 4 A ff V ' 4 ' at ttst .F A M l , V I f - s W f g . , al e T, S 'a f'-25. ' . -' , ' ,ev V , 4 wife , - ff - 4 fi ' l I 7 I :MW t V I , - ,'f-"l.- .2 ft We M 5 , f y I t t, , 2 ex ' ..... .. . W. L , tt, v ., ,:,,,, f x , I, T. A , ' " 1 ,X e . . X . , 1.7-fi A I 'X Q ' xt , I . L. I . it ll E ' 1' X Iv 'F 3 1 I Wm X Ilfw U! H x J "Back Stage 9 :l',,' 28 PRODUCED by +he alnnual :Staff 1948 Zfzojan Annual Business Sfaff lfzlrst Rowf l.. Borneman, l. Hoefler. B. J. Forbes. J. Arnold. A. Spagnola, F. Weber. P. Green- wald. C. Ashing. A. Terzner. S. Stapleton. Second Rowr D. Gaston, B. Luther. A. Pies. D. Dreier. M. Hurrell, H. Stirnkorb, B. Mart, B. Buchert. N. Thomas D. Vvleber, F. Kahler. 'l'hz'rd Rowr J. Kellerman, J. Herlinger, V. Camarca. R. Burke. A. Oehler. R. Bernloehr. G. Stephan. D. Meyer, A. Kluener, B. Kattleman. G. Melter. .Q" 6 . lp i if W ffzeaeniing.. David Argo 'I 1 Vfff . . HIIHUHL EHBIIIET nnua Staff Annual Ediforial Staff First Row: M. Quitter, M. Hoffmann, M. Lyons, J. Witt, S. Phillips, P. Ebersold. Second Row: F. Maier. H. Roach. L. Stevenson, A. Engel, J. Dumas, J. Nieporte. Third Rowf J. Schweiterman, J. Dignan, R. Ruler, G. Weber, W. Hopton, M. Madgctt S. Mc Clanahan. Carol, Bill and Dave: the big wheels, Don Schmidt, General handy-man. Mary Lou Elstun, lVays and means. Dotty Kelley and Gloria Light, Advertising Jo Ann Hughes and Leila Lutterbei Stzpersalesmen Coralyn Joerger, Feature llfriler. Bill Johnson, Art Editor, Carol Carler Edilor THE ANNUAL STAFF fBusy as SHILLITO SQ Shortly Hur school oplmd tln Annml Stull xx is orgmlzld md 11 lns bun busx almost Lurx mmuu mmm Carol Cartu xx ix snluud is l-ldlllll' md Palll Snluobnl TS Busxmss Mmagnr Vw lun foollnll Smson blgm th-. Armuil 'Stuff oplrmud the. comumon stand on thy ootlnll filld md muh l b1dgLs or lrolm roours to uur Putury takmg du gin Qomg of tln stuff mgmbkrs 1 mu L pn url Ukm mr dur oh Annu1l lln Buslmss Stiff sold balloons progrlms Qandy md lu umm durmg Y i v 1 x X 1 I i Y V'3 I xx v , mv- V ' y 1' -U' x- r - -x u- y W . ' ' - v - -' .-1 H V x I ' x h x i 1 'X" 1 . . . ,, f' . , , f ch. " to lmv' tlmr 'I ' l ' In . . A v '-3 --s ' 4. 'Y is the basketball games fwhrch were an nounced by means of huqe slgns rn the hallsb and held bake sales at the P T A meetmg Rlght before Chrxstmas the cam palgn to sell the scrumptxous l948 Trojan annuals began Mr Tucker and Al Denzler t1s plam to see were among the Hrst to srgn up By presentmg a W1nter Wonderland Dance and a Leap Year Dance and by sellmg candy at noon tlme ln the lower corrldor tto mentlon a few of therr money maklng projectsl the staff obtalned enough moola to gxve a super duper annual to the students at N C H Hlgb nfl' VV Ili 'MI 211 n i ,,,. if Q " .- arp 454 -fu "Successful talent sco 9 W1 F61 .DI'00e.r yn ,. V 55 DIRECTED by fhe gaculty 04 nunwhahon . ,f 2 Wllllam A Cook Superunfendenf Hou nsy If IS tor thost ol us yy ho y 1 ng to nt ght L lt yur 1 Lllllllflhlllllg rtsponslhllltns adylst thost ot you who lrt about to tnttr tht brlght noondxy ol hit yyxth gtlttt lLSPOIlS1blllllLS than you hut utr known Whllt If hthooyts us to tnlwhttn you ln muy posmblt rtsptct ll bthooyts you to fact tnt tuturt rathtr n it U ur xx or Q ur dllltrtnt from our yxorld xt must b dxfltrtnt 1n rut and 1nttrn1t1onal rtla txoni -.spttnlly or ll yull dtitroy ltstlt lhtrtlort you must study thxs thang mg vsorld and adapt yourstlt to If goodwlll toyy ard mtn tht Qoldtn Ruls. and an lnttgrlty of tharatttr yxhlch ptrmlta ont to fatt hrmstlf bttort a mlrror yxtthout makxng apologlts or bt mg ashamtd an. just as tsstntlal today 15 tuo thousand ytars ago rl hty vnll bt absoluttly csscnt1al for your succtss flfvb f' Alfred C Tucker Prmcnpal Tht comp1lat1on of thls annual rt prtstnts many hours of toll on tht part ol tht tdltors and compostrq Othtrs haw contrxbuttd by Z1SS1SI11'1g ln yy ork mg out mtthods of tlkmg cart of tht costs Flo all thtst ut gut our con grxtulatlons May tht txptrltncts you hut undtrgone 1n stttmg up thls pro Jttt and gllldlflg ltS dtytlopmtnt carry on rn your futurt tnduy ore ln whatutr fi you stlect fo your t uork 'Xlay tht rtadtrs of thls publlcatlon ILQOQHIIL tht IHIJIIXL nttdtd by puprli to dtytlop a projttt ot thls naturt and gut dut Cfkdll to thost yy ho hut madt 11 1 suotssful ytnturt Vlay thm annual strxt to proxlt L tc fulurt tlaescs of thc achwvcmcnts of thc class ot V948 that yy1ll lnsplrc thcm to ruth hlqhtr JLl1lCXCI'I'lCIllS ln thtxr ou n attompluxhmtnts 1n ymare to tome QQZMZV ! o o c o o . . . ,, '-. arc v.lk1 IH tl 1 wlh ul l f' - ,P V. I . , . . . to - . . . , x H h A g V ' 4 'Av Y- 3 ' y v I 3 Vx- v "- 3 1 x , Cv 1 A ' I x 'X V L 3 1 H 3 L 5 tha tl ' last. Yo ' ll "ll bc . I wx x - 7 3 I L' C . v l x 1 I L Wx A X L 5 N 1 X hy' :fit v' - vl uk v I -'i -- I l 1' ty v 1 - v lk- - , I Y L Y wx A . 0 l But, taking a long look backward, y ' rg x Y x Vi x xy dll' t ' u ' 1 A K - s v ' - 7' . ' - , -, ' , t' , i V 3 I L x x . v L w y V1 ' U Q 3 V Y' 1 1 7 I V 1 . . I I 1 I I 1 Y- A x 1 V 4 3 L . . H h I 'X I ' L VX I 5 V 1 I I Y - . N A L . 5 'S L S. 1 L 5 X Vi 1 V1 4 L I b Y 5 X 1 .1 H V! 1 ' 3 I . c - M' L l . I I Vx x r A I V X u xt v L I L 1 V1 Qld ' 1 X r ' lif- ' . A K v x 'X X I I I i VH li' - I- 1 V Vu X 3 I 'X V k Vx H xl I V "i V3 1 V ' " " "dr 1 rc" ard for ' 36 Albert Appleby Coach of Varslty Football Jr Hlgh and Reserve Basketball he lS also teacher of Sclence 1n the Jr High Reared rn Cleveland he attended M1am1 Umversrty where he recelved a B S degree 1n Educatlon If anyone has ever watched Coach eatmg popcorn they can tell that he surely llkes rt' Among h1s other llkes and hobbxes are sports travellng clown d1v1ng harmonxca playmg 'md readxng Tabitha Cobb Mlss Cobb our Sclence teacher 1S a frlend of every one Born 1n Rlchmond Kentucky she attended Western College for Women from whrch she recerved her AB degree Afterwards she attended the Unlverslty of Cm clnnatr where she recerved her B Ed and M A degrees Much of her tlme 1S spent rn travelrng hrkmg kn1tt1ng and readmg She lxkes good food good books and good shows Her pet peeves Qas those who are rn contact wxth her knowj are tardy glrls bubble gum and students who don t study Cafhenne Fleenor Mrss Fleenor our artxstxc mmded teacher IS always on the Job helpmg and gurdmg her puprls The students wxth paper crayons and palnt 1n hand learn a lot from her Havmg attended the UHIVCISIIY of C1nc1nnat1 and Whlte College rn New Jersey she obtamed an AB Degree Lazy-don t cares seems to be M1ss Fleenor s pet peeve In her spare trme she mterests herself m young people s actrvxtles Maude Marne Glmon Mrs Glmon came to North College H1ll H1gh thrs year and we were all happy to Welcome her She started school xn St Paul Mmnesota then moved to Taft Texas Shortly thereafter she recexved a B A degree from South West Texas State Teachers College San Marcus Texas Commg to Cmcmnatl she became one of the staff f Hughes Hlgh School Her subjects here mclude bookkeep mg I and II shorthand I and II and typlng II Nlrs Cumon s ma1n hobby IS the study of psychology wh1ch occuples a lot of her t1me She IS also the advlsor of the sophomore glrls Her delxghtful dlversrons are people and good muslc 37 acu ly 1 x , , . , . . 1 11 11 - 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 , . . 41 1 11 - 1 , . . . . . . , , , . 1 1 , , 1 . 1 , . . . 1 1 1 Mildred Hazelrod Mlss Hazelrod was ra1sed m Kentucky and attended Asbury College nn Wllmore Kentucky where she recexved her A B degree A new teacher th1s year she has as her subjects Spanlsh and Freshman and Jumor Enghsh Her hobbles are horse back r1d1ng and htkmg She lxkes chop suey chow mem and classxcal muslc I-ler pet peeves are msmcere compllments affected mannerxsms and a holler than thou attntude Maurlce Kramer Mr Kramer llved tn Greensburg Indlana when young and attended the Unlverslty of Cmcxnnatx where he recexved hls B S degree He IS always Wllllflg to gxve a helpxng hand 1n hls subjects to anyone who needs lf Besldes teaching typlng algebra salesmanshlp and con sumer econom1cs he IS the advlsor to the Sophomore boys whlch keeps htm rather busy St1ll he finds tlme to enjoy football basketball baseball readmg and movles Luculle Osborn Mrs Osborn s frlendly personalxty makes her a person wtth whom the faculty and students enjoy workmg I-Iavlng llved ln Harvesburg Ohlo when young she at tended Wllmlngton College at wh1ch she recelved her B S degree She also has done graduate work at the Um vrslty of CIHCIHHBYI Teacher of home economlcs she also has as a duty the managlng of the cafeterxa whlch she does very well What spare tlme she has she spends at her hobbies traveling gardenlng and readmg Emma Reeves If you are around room l02 take a glance through the door and you wlll see our teacher of plane and soltd geometry Englxsh and business arxthmetxc busxly helptng her students understand the facts about these subjects Mrs Reeves llved nn C1nc1nnat1 all her llfe She gradu ated from the Unlversxty of C1nc1nnat1 wlth a B S degree She IS also an honorary member of the B B S of North College Hull and Unlted States She finds pleasure 1n her solld geometry class assemblles and overtlmc games A for hobbles Mrs Reeves spends her txme travelxng read 1ng murder mysterles and play1ng badmtnton Chronlc 1nel1g1ble athelets and geometry proofs based on It just can t be any other way seem to be her pet peeves 38 1 1 . . . , 1 1 1 - . . . . 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U , 1 1 ,11 Mr Rudulph We are fortunate 1n hav1ng the pr1nc1pa1 of the Jr Hlgh School as the dlrector of our glee club th1s year B9Sld2S d1rect1ng the glee club Mr Rudulph d1rects the school band l.1v1ng IH C1nc1nnat1 most of hlS l1fe he stud1ed at the CIHCIHHJII Conservatory of MUSIC and also at the Un1vers1ty of C1nc1nnat1 Bus1ly engaged 1n all h1s dut1es as pr1nc1pal Mr Rudulph takes t1me out to enjoy fly1ng photography and travel1ng Wh1ch are h1s hobb1es HIS pet peeves 1nclude low flyers and people who carry on conversat1ons wh1le a show or an assembly I9 be1ng presented Marhn Ryerson A new comer to our faculty th1s year IS Mr Ryerson COmlng from HJSI1HgS M1ch1gan where he was born Mr Ryerson teaches ChLmlSIfY and phYSlCS He has a BS degree from Western State Teachers College at Kalamazoo M1Chlg3H and he has done graduate work at Temple Bar College Seattle Wash1ngton and at the UHIVQFSIIY of C1nc1nnat1 Mr Ryersons pet peeve 1S people who shout and make no1se at football basketball and baseball games XVhen not teachmg Mr Ryerson enjoys wr1t1ng as a hobby and also finds relayatlon 1n read 1ng seelng mov1es and l1sten1ng to the f3dlO Dorothy Smith Another new add1t1on to our staff th1s year 1S Mrs Sm1th Teachmg world hlstory and econom1c geography we also find Mrs Sm1th work1ng hard 1n her job of bcmg the adv1sor of the school paper the Trojan Chatter Mrs Sm1th enjoys travel1ng read1ng and students who have the 1n1t1at1ve to do add1t1onal work other than thelr requ1red ass1gnment Be1ng an honorary member of the B B S of Unlted States and North College H111 Mrs Sm1th IS loved by the whole student body On off t1me she relaxes by collect1ng records and workmg on needle po1nt Nelson Thnnnes Mr Thmnes back for h1s second year at North College H111 teaches 1ndustr1al arts and physlcal educa t1on He IS head baseball and basketball coach as well as ass1stant football and track coach Rece1v1ng hlS BS Degree 1n Phys1ca1 Educat1on at M1am1 UHlVCfS1fY Coach returned to North College H111 h1s old alma mater Mr Thmnes who 11kes to hustle IS a very busy man H keeps h1mself occupled by managmg h1s store On un filled days Coach enjoys athletlcs of course and horses 39 . , . 1 1 , . 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 , , .. . , . 1 1 . , . s 1 1 - . - 1 1 , . . 1 1 11 - -11 , . . - 1 Y - 1 , . . , , . C 1 1 - Q-x Dororhy Webster Another new teacher Mxss Webster IS ltked by all for hcr mterest 1n school act1v1t1cs cspecxally thc Annual of whxch she IS the advxsor She teaches Amerlcan H1story and problems of democracy and IS a Senlor class sponsor She attended Wyommg Hlgh School and then the Um ycrsrty of C1nc1nnat1 whtrc she recentd a B A degree mn psychology and BEd and M Ed degrees Her hobbxes are rrflery photography camplng and readmg and she cspeclally lrkes the Annual Staff summers 1n Mnchxgan md 48 cars Her pet peeve IS people who loaf all the txme Peggy Whnraker Becker As you can see lt took us some txme to get accustomed to callmg Mtss Whxtaker Mrs Becker Mrs Becker was agam mstructor of grrls phys1cal educat1on for the first semester of thls year For extra currxcular BCIIVIIICS she supervised mtramural tournaments and Thursday cytnmgs found her attendmg Y l'eens of wh1ch she was thc helpful advlsor A llfe long resrdent of C1nc1nnat1 Mrs Becker graduated from Mlamx Umverslty wtth a B S degree ln Physrcal Educatlon Her mam pet peeve IS people who sklp gym class For enjoyment Mrs Becker makes athletlcs readmg and cookmg her hObb1QS Emul Wood Born m Suffolk Vxrgmla Mrs Wood attended the State Teachers College 1n Vlrgmxa where she majored m Engllsh and Latm She taught ln the V1rg1n1a School System before commg to NC H th1s year Teacher of Sophomore and Senlor Englxsh she also was the advlsor for the Very successful Senlor play Our Hearts Were Young and Cray In her sparc trmc Mrs Wood enjoys sports partmcularly tcnms and swrmmmg Llkmg sprmg Weather We can vxell sec why she d1sl1kes Clncmnatl WIIHQYS Carol Challlnor Mlss Challmor has very ably taught the g1rls gym classes s1nce Mrs Becker left us m February She has also assumed the re sponsxblllty of adylsmg the Y Teens al though her homc tovxn Connersvrllc In dlana IS so far from N C H Hxgh Doris Morgan Mrs Morgan who halls from Mt Healthy came to N C H IH March to teach whlle Dr Cook was away She as snsts Mr Rudolf m the Jumor Hrgh and teaches Engllsh 12 and Probltms of De mocracy ln the Hlgh School 40 Wxx "Charlie" Lullerbei "Charlie" our hard working friend, is in all respects, indis- pensible to every member of our student body. Vklithout him and his everfaithful help and good humor, many of our school functions would not pull through. To him we all say "Thanks a million for everything." BEHIND THE SCENES Edward Jamison Andy Sfuclzenberg UFF fll0lllEl'lTS Helen Garrison Another member of our "unseens" is Mrs. Garrison. Besides being Dr. Cooks able secretary, she very willingly types all our exams and tests. Her cheery smile and gay hello's assure everyone of her charming personality. -su-,. -vi.. Ji 5 is All the world's a stage ON STAGE- Curiain going up ig foul out 'Twas the nite of the pou:-wow And all through the streets, Not a ereature was stirrina - Only the stompiny ot' feetsf The kids. tnumheriny humlredsj YVere jumpiny with ylee. lfueryone. in fact YVas e,x'c'ited as Could bef Our sihool band was there Addiny muth fun and joy. 'l'hrilliny earh yirl. and each yellina lnoyf WH- marrhed thruuyh the streets Ot' dear N. C. H, Sinyiny, and screaming and yelliny our chantsf YVe roverea' the town, arousiny them all, Ifor tomorrow was The first nite-game of football. YVe went in back of the City hall XVhere a thirty foot tire was XVeleominy all. The boys gathered the wood And how the pile did raisef lt was such an enormous one It burned for three daysf Parked hath there was a sound truth. too YVhieh made the speeches more etteetiue to you. How the Crowd did yell XVhen the guys began to tell How they intended to beat St, Bernard, ibut LL'L'lll After rheers were given And songs were sung. The burning of a dummy fSt. Bernard player, of eourset XVas very quirhly done. More rheers were yiuen And then humeward bound: For tomorrow would tell If we would be downed. Tomorrow arrived and the hour had come YVhen the teams would yet started AI the shot of the yunf 'l'housands of people Lrere rheeriny that night XX'althiny their teams putting up a yuotl tight. As the dna! quarter fame. And then the shot of the aun. The aame was over-fnoluoda iuonl Neither were L'ietors---tl7e seon' lwirzy tied. 0 to 6-'favor no one ffflvut. ohf how we triedf Janet Schwelterman inlez onclefzlancf ,Dance "Cf1m11- 111712 CJKJIUL' UH" To our XV1nlcr 131111 1301111 Ihv signs of 1171- 11111711111 1lLlI71lI-H11 1,17 Ihc hull. On D1-1'1-mlufr 20, 11711 11111 1111171 111 "XV1'1711-1' xX'l7I'liTL'!'IlII7lf-V. Ann1111l'.s 11111111xl 1111 x 1 1 1 Thc 171-lt' 1lF1'lVL't'L1, 1'L'u1'111m1' was 17111 D11l1's CIITI-L'1'LT on l1'111uv1loIl11's I 11111 517111 Yes. l'L'L'I'Y,!OI7L' I1Jol21'1l su.'1'Il Drcssud in lhvir C,Nl7l'l,SIf77lI.S 111111115 You KTKJLIILI' 1'crl111'nlcy toll 51117111 Ir1'11I1'1I lhvm 113011. 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N-1 ,gf wr 0 :u Q- ,- Izsten my chzldren and uou shall hear Of the Annual dame held en leap Year 15 e y o The gzrls hastened to End a date Yhzrty Hue cents rf the aals Came sraq Fzltu Cents zr a man they dzd drag as a super band not lopped anyhere Claale played the sax and Coralyn the pzano anne planed lhe zum ul am o ee ml a man Clurznei and sax Audrey dza' play Patty sanq sonas that were really okay Our teen drummers Gerald and Al Pounded the skzns and Leere really a mow Candles on the tables cast shadows on the wall It :Las easy Io see Haures short and tall They eeaeed therr hands and saxd thezr good bus L HI TIME Broadcaslers Elame Hefferon Dorothy Johnson George Weber Janet Kolde 50 It we in th' year f '-IS-3 ' ' , 1' , I I 4 V, I , V l A 1 . ' 4- J .., I- 3 -' 4 V X The l'e'a!urv atIrae'Iz'on of lhfs affair Xxllvlh smiles on Iheir faves and slardusl in Ihulr eyes XX' - "4 , " ,-. ' 1 t 1 rv' I ,K - 11 1' - ' ,' . W . XY ' J' ' l' .f' .l hf 'l full' 3: e. vi 147 , . ef 1 . . f , A dk -. M , , Y fad! Sczipid min U' 4 A Wi F 1 V , -vi ,Nl 'Lg XV , ?' A E 5? if 2 , . wg Intermzsszon between a t ALSO Selected Short fsubjecfa: Spor+s Parade Name in 'rhe News Flash Backs Tesls 'rerrn papers +achers and derenhon loo These represenl +he larsl and second acls of fhe drama Our Hearls Were Young and Gay They are lhe essenflals of a wholesome school life for wl+hou+ 'rhese 'fundamenlals lhere could be no ihurd acl Cha++er slaff Danly Geronimo Annual Slaff H as In lhrs 'rhurd 6C+Olc3ClIVI'l'I9S'll'1B'lWC pul Info prachce +he lcnowl edge gained ln lhe classroom -7.1 . . S . l A ' . l - - - no minsfrels . . . operelfas . . . plays . . . Y-Teens . . . spor+s . . . Spofzta fafzacfe -SV' Nu-...Ns goofbafl fzrs Rott R Richter J Biker 'I Matson .I Mohr A Oehler J Thompson B lxattlcman Second Rott J Apro T Dugan R Brossart G Steph n R Ruter XX Hopton G Vweber fhzrd Rott J Carnder R lalmrus I Bonti I. Hebenstrext A Price V Camarca S Cox' lourth Rott A Denller R Stephan G Kresser B Perna I3 Wagner A Cox M Rutl lzllh Rune Coach Appleby Mgr Lenntng Mgr Schocnltng C1 Stortl D Rutl A Perluns J Mei raff J ldelen Couch Thmnes Varslly Foolball In the hot days of late August 1 small group of determmed athletes under the dlrectxon of coach Al Appleby began traxmng for what was later to become one of the FI rojan s best football seasons m many years Jack Mohr and Tom Matson elected co captams of the team were among a number of experlenced xeterans returnmg to ald the team m 1ts quest of YICIOIILS The Trojans xx ere slow gettlng started dropping the first two contests before they really got under may The opener a mght game at Norwood sau N C H bow to thetr opponents. I3 6 All was not sad howexer for late 1n the game b1g Btll Kattleman mtercepted a behmd the lmes pass and broke loose on a 93 yard dash mto paydlrt The followlng week found the squad in Hamtlton to meet the very pow erful Hamllton Catholic team The Trojans were no match for their gr it opponents fallmg before them 33 0 The story was reversed on October 3rd wh n N C H entertamed Deer Park rn the iirst league game Larry Hebenstrett started the scorxng on the thrrd play of the game wrth a 62 yard jaunt ending across the goal lme The Deer Parkers countered quxckly wlth a touchdown them selves A short time later If was Hebe again as the slippery half back smashed hrs way over from the two yard lme Before the half ended Hebenstredlt had found touchdown terr1tory agatn and the Trojans led 20 6 Deer Park rallred w1th two touchdowns IH the next half but their effort were fru1tless as the final score showed N C H 20 Deer Park l9 Whewl Plamvrlle came down next to pay a VISII to N C H and was trrmmed by a sprrrted Trojan eleven I9 O Tom Bonta and Ray Brossart contnbuted the first two tallles whxle P1gg1e Mohr threw to Bull Kattleman for the final touchdown Number five on the list was the much talked of Hartwell Warriors Hartwell fresh from break1ng Lockland s long wmnmg streak ruled as pre game favorite In the first half the War r1ors began to l1ve up to expectations scoring one tochdown and leadmg at halftxme 6 O The determtned touchdown mmded Trojans bounded rlght back tn the next half as Larry Hebenstrett chmaxed a srxty two yard drne bucking over from the two yard line Nenther team was able to score aga1n so the game ended ln a 6 6 txe 56 . 1 .. ' ' 1. , . . . I , . , . , 1 , . , . . .. ' V1 1 ' - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 V 1 ' 1 1 ', . . , .1 , . , . , . 7 , . , . ., ' 'I ' . 7. 7. I . 1 1a 1 . ' '. . 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 . . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. . 1 1 1 , 1 1 11 1 1 - 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , , . . . - 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 - , ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 - . .e 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . ,, ,, . . . . 1 ' . 1 H - 1 1 1 - 1 rs M .1 1 . . . , . . 1 . . . U . . ,, 1 ,, 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 . , 1 . . 1 ' - 1 ' 1 X 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . 1 ' - On Octobtr 24th N C H Journcytd to Lo kland to mttt tht powtrful Panthtrs In the latttr part of tht stcond quarttr Ptggtt Mohr s grtat passtng ubthty show td agatn 'ts ht tosstd a .ong pass 1nto tht outstrttthtd arms of Raj. Brossart who rattd tht rcmatntng dtsttnct for tht only touchdown of tht gtmt It was tn tht ntxt hilt howtxtr that tht Trojans showtd tht grtat sptrtt whtch mtdt thtm ont of tht btst md most rtspttttd ttams rn tht M V II N C H put on a brtlhant goal hnt dtftnst hotdtng l o klmd for tour dow ns wrthrn ftxt yards of 1 touchdown Most crtdtt should go to Al Othltr and Rtbbtt Bak r who tonstantly halttd lockltnds smtshts rnto tht ctnttr of tht hnt T ht stxtnth gamt found tht T rojlns ba lc on thttr homt fitld to parttctpatt tn North C olltgt H111 s first nrght gamt lt proxtd to bt an upstt ts tht St I3trnard 'I1t1ns mtntgtd to tomt o w 1th 1 6 6 ttt N C H s ltnt stort was a short two ytrd piss from Jack Mohr to My Brosstrt On Noxtmhtr 7th N C H trtxtltd to Rt tdtng to mttt tht Blut Dtxrls tn tht gtmt thmt tost tht Iroftns tht M V I l thtmptonshtp Ihroughout tht Hrst htlf tht Iroltns tompltttlx outpllytd thttr oppontnts but just couldnt Ott tnto touthdown ttrrttort, Tht sttond htlf was pltytd rn a downpour oi run whtch transtormtd tht Rttdtnt, Htld rnto 1 hundrttl ytrds strttth of mud boggtng down tht N C H attttlt ln tht intl quarttr Rtldtng stortd tht lont Ntxt ttmt Wytnrtttng rn North Colltgt Hrlls lust homt gamt Tht Cowboys wtrt stt hatk tn that bttttrly fought conttst l2 6 l arty Hthtstrttt mtrktd up tht first touthdown on a four ytrd buck tnto tht hnt Htbt brokt loo t agmtn rn tht thrrd quarttr rltrng Z ytrds on tht ktck off to tht Wyomtng I8 yard hnt wht t ht w ts pulltd down from bthtnd R13 Brossirt thmtxtd tht long dish a ftw plays ltttr w rth tht sttond stort Tht finalt of tht stason w is tht long aw att d bmttlt wrth tht undtftattd Owls of Mt Htalthy CI ht Hamtlton County Champs found tht gotng tough tn tht ftrst half as tht Trolans thalktd up ttght first dow ns to only ont lor tht Owls On tht lust play ot tht ttrst hilt Ptggtt Nlohr s mtturttt rtght arm patd off agarn as ht passtd 38 yards to Ras Brossart who gtlloptd tnto touch down ttrrttory untouthtd Rtahftng that thtrr grtat rttord was on tht brtnk of dtststtr Vlt Htalthy starttd tht stcond half wtth a saxagt att ttk whrlt tht 'I rojans wtnt on dtftnst of thttr shm ltad Tht Owls could not brtak tht dtftast and tht Trojans trtumphtd 6 O gtvtng Mt Htalthy thttr Hrst and only dtftat N C H tnded tht stason wtth a rtcord of 5 wms 2 ttts 3 dtftatst and wtnt undtftattd on thttr own fitld In ltagut compctttton the Troyans w on 3 tttd 2 and lost l George Weber Reserve Foo+ball Ftrs! 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QV i .9"2 lfltwf f "' 'Pv NQM3 1'-if Il -mv' f-X if fm V 7 'i -v , Eadke tba U n a a rass art 1 syn lxlc 1 Rui ra e r au am R1 ter P Bresle C1 Vyeber D Cmoeiyyrn H Shro k J Dugan C1alaTh1nns Varsnfy Basketball rllle defendrng Mnllcreek Valley Champions boasted the return of seyen men to the yarslty squad and srx others were added to eomplete the team Clete Peters Ray Brossart Tom Matson 'I om Bonta Al Seyberth Jack Mohr and Don Goodwln had all been prevrous members whale Johnny Kleemen Herb Schroeck Bob Ruter George Weber Jrm Dugan and Bob Rxchter rounded Out the team 'I he Trojan s journeyed to Colerann to op n a rugged twenty one game schedule Paeed by Tom Bonta s l0 pomts N C H marehed off yy 1th a 36 23 yrctory at the expense of the Cardrnals The next game found the Trojans on the yy rong end of a 30 24 score as Mt Healthy handed them thexr first setback N C H suffered only one more defeat ln tlae next three games before enterrng the lnyrta tronal Tournament held at the North eoll ge H111 gym durlng the Chrlstmas holrdays Vvtth Peters and Brossart accountrng for l3 and ll pornts respectrvely the Trojans regtstered a 40 29 ylctory over Madelra rn the openrng game of the rgumgmgm The follgeemg moby N C H trrmmed 1 strong Hughes qumlet -ll Za to emerge as Champrons ofthe holrday tourna ment The tournament yy as folloyy ed by a close yy rn oy er a sprrrted Alumnr squad but rn the next game St Bernard handed the Trojans tlaelr first league defeat After losmg to l oekland XVayne for llle Second t1me the 'Irojans started a four game yym nlng streak yy hrch ended abruptly yuth a 43 '56 upset by Deer Park N C H qurckly recoyered hovy eyer and ra ked up the hrghest score of the season slaughter mg the Readmg Blue Dev1ls 64 27 Johnny Kleeman took smgle game hrgh scorlng honors for the year by connectmg for Zl pornts rn thls game CI he hlgh scormg feat vyas dupllcated three games later as the Trojans trampled Weaodya ard 64 33 Brossart Kleeman and Matson accounted fgr 39 Of the pomtg wlth 14 13 and 12 pornts respectrvely Wrth only two games remalnlng an the season N C H says therr hopes for therr thlrd strarght 'W1llcreek Valley league Champlonshxp fade out The Hartvyell XXVJTYIOYS ended the Trojans five game wmnmg streak vyrth a surprlsrng -H 21 upset In the final game of the season N C H passed up a chance for a co champronshrp by losmg to the VyyOm1Hg Coyy boys A glance at the season re ord shoves that the Trojans won 16 lncludmg the tyyo games played rn the Iny1tat1onal Tournament and lost 7 Recoyerrng from the late season defeats the Trojans handed Terrace Park a 37 35 setback rn the openrng of the Southwestern Drstrrct Tournament Clete Peters dropped m l2 pornts and Al 'ieyberth connected for ll to lead 1n scorlng honors for the game N C H dxd not fare so well an the next game and was elrmmated by Plamvrlle 4l 35 to brmg an end to basketball for another year George Weber 67 I'-IFS! 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Y H , . . 1 vac r 1 ' ' K ' 0 . 0 1 ' l 1 y I 1 11 1 1 1 ' 1 y , - 1 xx 1 - '- , X l 1 1 1 ' ' Y I 1 1 ' I ' 1 1 U . b KL f I 3 1' 4 L I A I 11 1 41 1 T 4 l 1 I 1 11 I 1 S 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 ' , 7 1 ' v 1 1 C Y A ' I . V V i . Y' I 3 e . . Y I , 1 ' 3 - . . x - . . . x X . . e . ' 1 Reserve Basketball Eight sophomores and seven freshmen made up the team which was destined to become Mill- creek Valley League Champions, Jim Gardner Pliny Brestel Bob Lazarus Don Rutz Ron Lenning Pete Miller Jerry Behrle Norm Bayer Mel Rutz Bob Perna Ralph Stephan Allan Cox Tommy Yeckel Roy Rohr and Don Plieman were the boys responsible for the triumphant season. The reserve team breezed over Colerain 34-15 in the seasons opener as Jim Gardner and Pliny Brestle connected for 9 and 7 points re'pective1y. It was the fifth game before the Trojans finally met defeat. Lockland Wayne was in the villain s role defeating the N. C. H. boys 33-11. After losing to Greenhills the Trojans returned to the victory trail nosing out St. Bernard 25-23. In the next game N. C. H. went down again as Lockland Wayne won 32-20. The following week Jim Gardner hit for 14 points leading the Trojans to an easy 31-23 victory over Lockland. Wyoming's tough squad handed the Trojans their Hrst league setback three games later in a low scoring contest 18-17. Recovering from this close loss N. C. H. started a five game winning streak at the expense of Deer Park Reading Colerain St. Bernard and Woodward. Midway in the streak Ron for the reserve team. The beginning of the final game of the season with Wyoming found the Trojans in a Hrst place deadlock with the Cowboys who had beaten them by the smallest of margins early in the season Wlth the championship hanging in the balance Jim Gardner equaled Lennings high scoring record with 15 points and Pliny Brestel dropped in 8 to lead the Trojans to a thrilling 30 29 victory and the championship The reserve squad ended the successful season with an excellent record of 15 VICIOFIES against only 5 defeats George Weber First Row A Cox R Rut7 J Miller P Brestel J Garlner R Lenmng R La7arus R Stephan Second Rou. Mgr King D Plieman R Perna J Behrle M Rut7 T Yeckle R Rohr Coach Appleby 63 . Y Y V Y 'A Y 1 1 1 l H V 5 H D , , . , 3 e , V 3 X H 3 31 1 V X X Y 3 C 3 l ! 8 'A 'I i 1 3 Y D Y 3 1 1 Lenning poured through 15 points against Colerain to set the high scoring mark of the season I ' , 1 I 8 - . 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Z us 11-2' IIS IIN LCP I 13 Di' llilu Church 'V'-58. tc: Umxng Vk'f:c'k :Zn rvices, an mm Wedmn C yt I Cenha! xxalri Grlorgr- ChurChiI1's 14 the Pllbl 1 1 Q Hughw ma WR 40 V: 1 O nal mia A x nmutcs o beat ohhh x XA Cx 5 :vc-e-vdm: Quiiatvlyg Jenlz was elected prliside' Raymond Markus was Grrwgf Avenue. rocollumclmdedfmyen Forums. Da: 1 5' Vf' cation president. Edward a1r1'r.f1-ontr-a ming E1 'i 1:11 the 5: '1 , sinkzng i:'1!j,' fi C'1m?v1y:' an HY: fy-1 TL: ,.,..- uz' 3' iv az! fmx wrd I:-Y inc. hz E1sTOVi W1 '11 Ht N111 xr' amcw at F n Lf1cl4:i'1r1d Oxb rd 1-nfhrrpz, UT-213 1 44-7717 N-'wrthk 11: xrr-unfvd .rx nd rnxmd IJ mn Nxxnnv-1-,' J',Fr'1f1 UI! :fn als-, g 11'-Q 1' p 511-115. wr 3ZCG1:ffr'y imlle Batavua. free Pe! gapped in a ting :seconds to one 11 in narrow Ji. 1. 51,11.f1f'., S B CAGE TEAMS TO BEGI WQUE OU " 'CIN U: ' 'OR D ISTRICT CROW THURSDAY 1-MM Cows? 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SCGITE of 56-37. uiigh friday nights game between the lm., me Reserve teams. camo out bet- ther the Trojans when they he Trojans out Chg Cowboy Reserves by in me lead Of 30-N, Thliv the Trojzms' guna le the Millcreek Valley Ref .The margin nf ' Au , free throw by Donald gpm: ily a. foul from Ycmrggp, Hay V fm iii For the High - 431:31-mc Bc-13.153 thffix' Ezfvsz-. , 1-11 Frigisxy mum Lux-kimrd IU. Hegergq tem-.. kmball 1 NVQ' "iM'+x m 411 1-':1 ywim'-1 gn-"1 -1"-mn! 'MLN .f,-1 KX'Vw11111v x. wh.. - 1,-.,u111' Ihv- M.X'fr1-ek Valk-y !.- .,,,11v ill" lug 1 A -.mv K.lex'1g. Zvfwfzlrl 'A iv H 7, pognli-G T X fiPya Um 'TTOj3ns K pmnlx, 1:1311 E for the vl.-nw.-11 ter x-.1-rv, XVh.i1-31. and Ifskin hy 38 jan! and ahead but rmzvmgczd iz '94748 hi riewrxm in th North 'x I-91111 UHLQ1. 51:11 UIVW' -fm .1.:1.'11,,u VHUPY mg, mm 31.115 tn D 'jga"t, 111' in the han- hjgi 'Q Ipggqq r ' - , :hi K 'X X Lwfhg iwrl'-'ang' '- lhf-' ficeond IDR the half the won all M111 Crt-Hli, "W Hu' Tru-' 11' tht' lealai zmlispuieri s f, Xi' gf xx, 1' o-"X VL ,N L.. 1--1 '26 f'li'I'!H4ff5 12:23 iixf- Trcqmls 2151 rcs-Lo 2. Tizvrx Un' '-"mtl 1111.11 4. ' Vfvz-1:.111ii 1 'P liver 12:55 pm. Lhsrn jvlucr-, 2If.v1'e'mr. the Tvnjamf fm mp bf: C1111 sXQmest of gina, kmvzzw wily one KSIKICA ac x Zaggv wut' P1111 rzfwrt-Qt 1'un1'1ft1C:11'. 'Y513 vu 31-f-1 it-134 at Deer !I':Fv3Zf' uffl: 1 U ..,,m.,,,.,-1 -h, and Division. Y In last Friday 5' .Qearly in the ' showed their S Reading team nt thc' end of livading had .- :xml lain' put thc-mlb mmvzxtaxriyf 'l'1 1-j37,1,"' lm: 11 1' 1,40 h-we 2'Ifil1f?iC3"' . .162 V335 Flzuv' T335 ,ggibxix Q, J me 'Fmjans tied for , M1- 1-:1111 161.1 P' M gf' V 1 ...41111 mf! ' , xc" ,dz-.""1' A M1 . 1 yu " . 8.-1':1nr-1 1 Bombers. Cavahers dxans Wm Class A 1- e day abd mai Ai up at 10 0 g'11neQ are at 1:30 p, in the Class 'narrowed h1f1'U'x-11! -11:c'v 1-'16 XL- 'I-, I ' shots for this - ihrvf- place in Fnday evening: la th he-xr euperiorlty team bw 'ln 11 to of UW fifilf. wwf! opened tk e he Trojans 131101. ' 21 p-aims d111'i1zsf Thv' 821111 DH' ' dLl?ing Uv 3' A 'pad by hw side , 1'-ei ' piaycrri. Hxvic 1.3 cfm Q, 'lj G-11:11XX .mrxcwa true Tubs- :fi .2,w. A AS! Tuesflay.'Nz1rl'.x'e!i.i Z KM U .',' i':1v1r this Tsf0f.1U1S 21 biz Q-.ib2!f:I-if . ,,,- A .35 wb, ,lfrci 1411' CDKIICES nt. tlw titlv, F'1id,1y'z 121.2 . 11- HV-rn rlezkfat of the Tznifvzs by 1 1111-v.,l.,k 11,- .'.'1f'5: Hb? Wy1'xn1i1'1g Qicfinilvly pl!! lE'1- Tin- " 5' UV' if-:ms 1111! ff ihf- fiw! pliwo 1'I'1:v'1f."2Li' ?':1 V . , :M WVAK1 'ml mmlf: thc Cmvirxya 1:hz1:.'g-1111159 'A ' -: 04 A 1 'i U11 Y 11114, the f'02'fhUyfi vs-,:: fmvi N .. J 2 in 1?.'1m i11'1'111 - 1. ' 1111- '1T'u'11n.a by fl Rcmf- v1 3 ,,,1. :Nw " 131 -vm. S P'r?duv 1t:gh"s guru-3 lr4'lv.'1'1-11 the jansbHf'l'rf N' 113714 ,. vw, -1.1! v'1lu '41 E71-mard 13. L 1 W M 1'."i H21 11 ,mv T. .X y :f.-fn R-Nerve tczunefrume out Mt-Qkwi-lm 'W 111415 2--r fur the Twjans when theflletain L""' wma vzosml out the Cowboy Res-evvbs by , For the 7 N w1'.11 - 1: score of 30-29, Thx!! the 11' I4 1.1 Y-Ju 'sith 11 will ut' 'r- fhey when l'YXJH'1l'I 'IX tatfi C n an lhz and 4 0 18315 zvnfvii-.1.1o 211,i5iY.y of the , hall rm xiecazwfs was nf: 811113.31 Hill . 1 az! X pi ., ,,11..-. Hal' 1 947-48 Spzing Sparta Golf Our golf team of 1947 is something to write aboutf NVe are very proud of the facts that they won the Nlillcreek Valley lnter- scholastic League cham- pionship and the South- western Ohio District championship, and then traveled to Columbus to take fifth place at the State Tournament. Track A total of 12 points was made by N. C. H. at the M. V. 1. 1.. track meet. Sammy Cox and Mickey Price gained 3 points each in the 50 yard dash. Sammy was one of the outstanding boys last year. He took second place in the 100 yard dash and third place in the 220 yard dash. -Nice work, Sammyf Baseball 'l'he baseball season of 1947 opened April 15 with North College Hill taking their first scheduled game from St. Bernard, The team was well balanced with the pitching staff doing fine work. lfxcellent support of the men in both the in-field and the out-field and the catching position gave our boys five victories out of the nine games scheduled in the Nl. V. 1. L. 52" lun T L, 7r'v'-M-'F , 2 1- if J LQ I-i 5-.ff if u X- W .fvamea an flue ew.4 1-Siucleni Councz President Tom Matson X zce Preszdent Larry Hebcnstreit Qttrclartf Irtasurer Joan XV1tt The Student Council is an organization which makes and enforces rules in the high school They hast a meeting emry vxcek at which time violators of these rules are brought to trial in court If these offenders 'irc found guilty they are sentenced to do some work in school or thc members held a paper dmc sponscrcd after the game dances and sold tickets to Moon Light Gardens for high school night The money vs hich vs as obtained from these projects was used to au ard scholarships to thc tvxo seniors with the highest ascragcs -Joan Witt zrst rou. I Hoefller J Witt T Nlatson l Hcbenstreit D Baker Second rou, J 'Nlohr T Dugan SkhYlLlf7Cl' H Roith Noi prtstnt when pzttun was taker Don Goodwin 68 I . x Y 'ix rf 74 I v x s ' I ' I ,T Q 1 I Y V5 ' V1 73 I A ' 5 3 1 I I At ". 1 'L H X L x I , H 'A V I on the school grounds as their punishment. With the guidance of Mr. Tucker, their advisor, 5 'A ' I Y' 1 y I Y I N H 5 . Y b 1 Y H I I 3 I 5 V1 1 F' 'J . , . H . 4. i , .. ' '. . . ': . i , . . R. wjan Clzattez Fdztor Dott1c Baker Asszstant Ldztor .hm Thompson Buszness Manager Gmny Kortc Our N C H school papcr thc Trojan Chatter IS a combmatlon of all typcs of art1clcs funny oncs scrrous oncs and gossxpy oncs In thc Chattcr we haxc news wr1tten by our supcrlntcndcnt and pr1nc1pal plus columns about fashxons athlctxc achlcxcments and class act1v1 IILS Thcrc IS a column callcd Guess Who and pcr usual thc Corrlclor Cat our gossrp column The cdltor and ass1stant cd1tor were chos n by thc Junlor class and they ln turn chosc thc cowcr artlst salcs managcr and thc news LdlfOI'S Thc rcma1n1ng mcmbers of thc staff thc IXDISIS wcrc under thc gurdancc of our typmg lnstructor Mrs Glmon She xx as ycry patlent w1th us 1n SPIYC of all the errors we made 'Ihc 6th lssue of thc Chatter was dcdlcmtcd to thc SLHIOI Class contaxnlng ncvxs of thclr class thcxr hrstory and thc prophecy Dottze Baker W-7 I-'zrst Rou. A Schardme B Forbes S Bedacht B Hoffmener D Hoffmexer Mrs Sm1th D Baker H lxramer D Haney S Herlmger Second Rou. J Jasper V Korte J Hughes A Pres J Pres H Sand 'VI 'Vladgett S VN uest A Schleumsky Thzrd Rou. B Buchert V Lauther B Langmeler S Krefer J Thompson C Joerger L Lutterbe1 P Huber 69 ' eend zrs! Rfmte orneman J Sehyyeltermtn 'Xl tter T- Xl J etss ee er ytsor E un Steyenseyn 'Nl Hoffmm C loerger C Irght econd Rott S edleht H nd lrey B lorbes D Btker P Pteper H lxrlmer D Hoffmeter Huber B Hoffmeter B Buchert D lxelley :rd Renee lutterber X lxreremer Nl Noel J Nleyer X Coates J Drgnan J 'Xleyer A Pres J Hu es LX Qchleyytnsky 9 Vkuest XX Schleuter ourlh Rote tn meter erxngeer W1 c mmm ers N 1 e luther J Jts er X lxorte N lauther J Schoulthets J Clemens 34 Y Teens Officers Izrst Rott J Hughes J Wexss P Beeker adyrsor Nl Llstun D Kelley Second Rote D Pucctnt N Thomas D Vyleber Z.een.4 Cxabznel started at the begtnnrng of the year vyrth nevy cabtnet mem bers and 'Vlrs Becker as the adyrsor The meetrngs were held eyery yyeek vylth Dorothy Kelly readrng the deyotlons and afterward Donna Weber leadtng the srnglng Jo Ann Hughes has been the relrable Treasurer and X era Lauther the fatthful Secretary Jean XX LISS has been to1lrng oyer the hard job of Presldent Jean Nteporte and Dorothy PUCCIDI haye been yy atehtng oyer the 'X 'leens betng Vw orld Felloyyshlp Representatlye and Jr rlxssoclate Chatrman respecttyely 'Nola Thomas IS kept yery busy dolng her shire as Publtctty Chatrman and lest yye forget Joan Bayer yy ho has been ln ehtrge of the tntermural games and keeprnq track ot llle glrls potnts The XICL Presxdent s posttlon yyas held yery elpably by 'Nlary Lou Elstun 'Nlrs Becker yy ho restgned rn February yy as replaced by Xllss Challtnor lauther J Bayer I Nteporre Shlrley Phrlllps 10 If J ': l.. B ' . . " ' . . . . Qui ', '. . aier. . XVV... P, B aku ad" . M. lst , I.. e iv' 1 . . . e . .e ' 1 . 1. .I . S- 'r , .Sn .J. .5 -, , . -, , ,'l , , "uP, ', 1 vl v Y u V 1 I- B. l.. g 5. H' l' v-. V. All.ch S. Nl Cl. .l. .P. XVV.. Nl, tl.dg'tt. B. . . . . C J I D The Y-Teens have been very active this year. They' I 3 A A h 1 3 V., l 1 13 4 3 'I ali- I 73 1 YH5 VA 1 Y H I x HY I 1 3 x 3 I b I - J 3 3 . 1 H XYX 'I 6 ' 1 ' s s v Ye' U " V s . ly A 1 YB v 7 I 5 L 1 I I ' . I I v L 1 ' , e 'T ' 1. J' J' 'J . A ', . l . 3 N. ' ' ' ' ' '. ' ' Fzrst Rou, S Reelemtn M Claxton H Blum Il-loefler J Sehotlmlller C Ashmg J Xleyer R Rnsolr B Nlxrt Second Roee K Jones R XV1ndt 'Nl Cox B Kuhlman R Sherlock J Arnold J Xhtt P Kramer M Hurrell J Saffm H Busam Thzrd Rou, J Roll B Mxnnleh J Wagner P Krouse B Peeno VI Deye P Creenyy tld 9 Phrllrps N Thomas F Rader fourth Role E Knapp A Qpagnola V Rtder B Kalus C Prell J Kolde I' Heffron J Ilrck N Qchlesselmm D Ruter -... - 7. 1 e .e - .e . V . e. - , A . A V - 1 - , . . . , . , . ' - - - . v . ' , . , . U . A . ' , . X' 'e . e. , . . . . , .e ..... ., . , . , .. , , , .. . Fifth Row: K. Pitzer. N. Schlueter. A. Stevenson, D. Puccini. J, Nieporte, D. XVeber J. Bayer. J. Hermeling. P Lauther. . , . , . - . . E . H ' 1 ' I -1 1 - 1 I ' ' 1 m 1 ' 1 V 1 ' 1 1 . I 1 . 1 I v 1 Y1 . . . . . . . . 3 X. . V. ,m , . b . X. A . , . 1 . ' l Y1 1 I T Y ' I 1 1 F 1 . . l 1 1 .1 1 1 V I 1 1 ' I V' I L I1 y 1 1 V , .A ., V In . . U 3 1 1 . . 7 V X t I U I .. x . E . - uw ' t v ' x vw x -. s ' - . 1 T 5 I 5' T b I ' 4 1 1 1 1 V 1 - 1 1 . 1 Thrrlls Excrtment' Fun That s what the Y Teens have enjoyed th1s year When school opened tn September old and new members jomed hand rn hand to make a year of the most enjoyable actrvrtles for the Y Teens Wrth a candle hghted processton the members welcomed 1nto the club all the new grrls at the Recogmtron Servlce Crathermg on Thursday eyenmgs whlch IS the mght of thetr mCCt1ngS the glrls planned and drscussed therr actryltres and events The most lmportant of all was the Valentlne s Day Prom Nflany rdeas were crrculated and much plannmg and drscussmg went on among the glrls They had to earn money rn order to grve the prom so they presented a mtnstrel whtch held the audrence rn excrtement and laughter Dances bake sales skatmg and syummrng partles and other extra currrcular actryrttes were planned At Chrrstmas txme a program yt as put on by the Y Teens for the entrre school Nlany glrls sang songs and others recrted poems pertarnmg to Chrrstmas -Jean Nzeporte 71 feeas the mqht before Chrzslmas cmd all throuqh the house So recrtes LOIS Steyenson at the Xmas entertarn ment presented by the Y Teens for the hrgh school students wed! Colfege .Hifi y- Zeerw Pzrst Rott N1 Ptttxs .1 Clark C Vvlh1tt N1 Butltr Second Rott 'Vl 1-lardln C Johnson B 'Vl1l1s Ihzrd Rott W Vlurrtll 1. Thompson E Prxct C 'Vlartrn Th Vxltst Colltgt H111 Stmor Y Ttcns Club had tts frrst mtttlng of tht ytar on Stpttmbcr 1-1 19-17 Fltctron of ofhccrs lmmtdratt plans for tht club program and Rtcognltxon Strxrct xx trt currrtd out Bttty Jxnt Vlrlls xx 'ts tltcttd prtsldtnt Clarxtt Nlartm x1tt prtsrdtnt Momt Butltr sttrttary and trtasurtr and Xlrs Xalorrt Vx 1llatt strxtd is adxrsor On Sunday lNoxtmbtr 9 tht candltllght strxlct xx as htld at tht Frrst Baptlst Church on Bttts Axtnut Tht glrls vxtrt drtsstd 1n tht rtguhtron Y Tttn unlform 1 vxhrtt bloust and a nixy blut slxtrt Tht provram btgan xx 1th 1 DFOLLSSIOHT1 DLXOIIOHS xxtrt rtad and txtryont jolntd ln say Xlrs Q V lordan Iht spuktr xx as Nlrs D A Sptnttr Htr IOPIC yxas Grrls rn our 'I rmt I1 ht thorr sang God of our lathtrs rtmmrks xx trt midt by Rtxtrtnd Jonts and tht tandlts xxtrt lrvhttd Tht rtttssronal complcttd tht provram Tht Wtst Colltgt H111 Y rlttns havt glxcn stxtral soclals At ont of thtm tht gxrls tn yoytd xx trntr sandxxrchts cokts and tandy app ts xx hrch thty madt thtmstlxts Tht club bought Y T ten sport shrrts gltamrng xx hrtt wrth a blut sport 1ns1gn1a on the lcft sxdt and a basket ball stt Ont of tht grtat txtnts glxtn by tht grrls xxas tht Thanksgrvmg danct Bobby Butltrs Orchtstra furmshed tht musrc Anothtr affaxr enjoyed by tht gxrls was th rr Closrng Out Party Btxng smccrtly grattful to tht orlglnator of such an organrzatlon as the Y Tctns the NVtst Collegt 1-1111 Y Teens pledgt themstlxts to furnrsh lrght comfort and solact to tht world Betty Jane Mills 1 Z -7, 1 B4 - V' 1 1 I I 1 1 lf 1 . , . , . A . lf . 1 ' , . . . 1, . 1 . 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 I I J YI 1 .1 1 1 I1 D 1 I L 1 A I YL 1 1 1 1 I x 441 A I Y VIA1- 1 I 1 Z I1 1 1' 1 v 1 1 ' A I I1 lc '1 1 Y1 L '4 . , , - fs 1 T 1 I - rs x 1 1 I 1 1 L ' - ms I L v I 1 1 v v 1 A , 5 vI -1 I 3 v I v1 1 1 1 V1 v 1 I 4 1 I - D . . . , mg thc l.ord s Prayer. Then followed thc mtroductxon of thc spcalter by Mrs. J. E. Carter and ' I 1 1 - ut 1 v A, V 1 -1 1 I v " I I BI ml' V1 1 1 1 5 1'1 I 1 1 O ' O ' 1 1 1 1 I - T11 1 I V 1 V1 I 1 7 1 ' T - I V1 V1I 1 YI H 3 ' ' I1 7 I 1 Y 1 1 1 V1 1 1 v L - ' , 1 1 1 1 73 I Y1 V 1 I 7 1 I I 1 7 1 I l I W 4 1I I 1 Y J 1 I I I I , I , 1 i I - 1 I V3 I I I 7 glee cz A WWW' Fzrst Row C Carter Accompanrst M McDamcl N Co! P Ebersold L Stexenson M Rrsola M Madgett J Meyer C Joerger A PICS R Romano A Spagnoh D VVeber M Taylor Second Rou Mr Rudolf Drrector P XXJEIS I- Maler H Strrnkorb S Wuest M Qurtter J Nleycr M Claxton J Meyer F Kahler B Mrnnlch J Hermel ng C Johnson Vw Murrell M Pttts Third Rott Argo G Melter I Hoffler I' Vkleber J Wenger M Hurrell K Prtzer Vv Schluctcr S Reckman Ashlng J Thompson C Vwhrte Fourth Rou. Grant B Boyle D Meyer A Oehler l Thompson A Stanford S Reese Thrs year the Glee Club has developed rnto a fine choral group under the able leadershrp of Mr Josef Rudolf Although rt was Mr Rudolf s first year at North College H111 he succeeded rn tramlng the students so well that they were able to present to the rest of the high school students a group of relrglous selectrons for the Thanksgrvmg program Thelr next appearance was at a P T A meetrng when the muslcal mards and men compamed by Carol Carter sang a few Chrlstmas selectlons They assrsted Coralyn Joerger the sololst rn srngrng O Holy Nrght and supported Lors Stevenson when she sang Brahm s Lullaby The muslc sung on thrs program Was bought by the Glee Club Parents An operetta The Gypsy Rover was glven rn the hugh school audrtorlum on May 14th Jan Apro and Coralyn Joerger had the leadrng roles and were ably supported by Pat Ebersold Anna Spagnola Donna Weber George Melter D8V1d Argo Jack Mohr Wayne Hopton B111 Boyle and the chorus Davrd Argo and Jean Meyer as stage manager and costume com mrttee charrman assxsted Mr Rudolf m produc ng the operetta By the co operatlon of the cast and the behmd the scenes workers the Glee Clubs productxon was successfully presented to the publrc Patty E bersold 73 ' . ,g:5:ftg'f'-A" ' em-we f L- , H ' - I err Y I f- . j. ' , ' x . . 5 , x ' . . 1 ' r , G ' ' ' ,. H Y V . , . , , . . , BC- , - , . . . . ,, . ,, . H , , , H - 4 ,, ,, . . . . . 1 , , Y , , y , , , 1 ' ' , . . . - .. - H , - , 61016111 an lxneelma D Drcrer A Pres A Qhardxne 9 Drcer fzrst Rott B Erhardt G longman B Bergman J Gxmbs lx Pnrrfer D luther R Suerxcld H Dcrsch C Darker Second Rou. L Perna R Kolde S Bedacht C Joerger P Brcstle Vw Hopton C Rogge N Luttcrber G Buchart 9 Bedacht fhzrd Rou, Mr Josef Rudolf Durector N Thyscll G Stort7 H Grant C 'Noble I Nlarshall R Rm kel B Rueter A Flenthal R Romona Manager ALLEGRO Thls year the Trojan Band rs under the dlrectlon of Mr Josef Rudolf formerly of Colerain Hrgh School The band IS sponsered by the Band and Glee Club Parents Assocratlon They hold therr meetmgs once a month to plan socral 3Cf1VlIl9S for the band members and for the publrc At the begmmng of the school year the band played at the Carthage Farr rn the mass band There were bands from several drfferent schools whlch jomed together to form one large band Thrs band played 1n the stands and marched on the race track untrl they were forced to dls band because of condltlons beyond therr control Yes 1t started to ram Besxdes play1ng at the Falr the band has played at the football and basketball games for assemblles for a P T A meeting and furnished between the acts entertamment for the operetta When a band member becomes a sen1or rn hrgh school he IS awarded a gold brald for hrs umform There are two senlors 1n the band thrs year and they recerved thelr awards at the annual pot luck supper whrch the band held nn the school cafeter1a The two semors are Audrey Felnthal and Wayne Hopton There are qurte a few new members rn the band thrs year and new members are alvsays wel come They are hoplng to contlnue to grow as t1me goes by FINE Audrey Femthal . J M: . .. ., ..c ,., 1. V. r - Vt. . " V , ' V 7 '. '. . - .. V - ... ..l ..,r V. L.. ... V V 1 V . U -- - VV . , x v V V . x V V , . . . , ' ' . w. , . V 1 1 .H V sy yv 1 J ' V , V u.. glaaln Jgacla tr., . ew if , 'Y f ma i 5 X 53 .... J, ,gem Baby Plx Top Rom J Dngnan C Carter H Schroeck M uxttcr XX Hopton S McC1anahan .Suond Rou. A Kluencr M Elstun G Llght D Argo Ni Noel Thzrd Rom D Krouse I. Stewenson B Johnson A Pemthal Fourth Rou, J Apro J Herlxnger M Hoffmann J Nelman 76 X. W fx s Y xi . n .. 1 l ' J - - K.. J f y I L J I a ' 1 v 5-.J ,o, A , ,' . if ,uf s sligi lifmfiflfff' 1, 1' 8741, H f . Q 1 hm ,, V. 'LAT if 5 ' .- a ' Abi? 'Q Hifi' 3:55, ka lyk 'A C X A, f 7 3 1-4 .V . gif I 'A H- ' ,L , if , n 5 jim -- 'I X, . f QQ-3 ., ft ag - A '. 9.5 ', .N V JA A t , v "Sl, 5 . . . ' I, A9ss3h..'i' , R ' b 5 4 G1 M "' ' , ' 5 . G x. 0 . N 5' ' 2-. I-Tv fm 1 A i I F' Eg s Sh ,M 5.1 e x " messy I' .,, :im , ,, ? x . It 'Q ,-r,-.K b v -' 1-ff' Qu, lr I ,nf , - J , -wif-xi' Q "Wm '!, 'Q 1- I 7 ' 4 'I X X V:,,,., , " 'Qt as 'C 'x Q 44 a.:-1'-f gf 'wwf 3 plain f xm n 1 K UfHkHl H1 J Baby x mi R N urmr X 3 hmdl urh Q wun IL R Pxrnwsirr Q P' Q Cfadd Nzdiouy Three years and ten months ago our parents brought forth to North College H111 Hlgh School the bewlldered llttle Freshres to be the class of 48 We were then engaged ln a battle to see 1f we l1ke other classes could survxve 1n the great turmoll of upperclassmen and persevermg faculty We had come to con trxbute a portron of our br1ll1ance to that left by our successors We elected that year Tom Dugan for class presldent Don Goodwm v1ce presxdent Jeanne We1ss secretary treasurer and Carol Carter to represent our class on the Student Councrl We also contr1buted our sports mlnded boys to the ever vlctorlous football and basketball teams whlch of course were vlctorlous only due to thelr assets To cheer the boys onward Marllyn ultter and Marllyn Hoffmann were chosen as ch er leaders The gxrls basketball and volleyball teams on the other hand drd quxte the OppOSltC but We won t go mto that Strugglmg through dances the mmstrel stunt mght and above all the Freshles ever excrtmg Gxrl Reserve Prom we ventured onward to our Sophomore year It was all together fittrng and proper that we should do thrs because of our raprd expansron of knowledge we were eager to explore further the unconquered subjects before us George MacDonald Marrlyn Qurtter and Bob Ruter were elected presldent vxce presldent and secretary treasurer respect1vly Tom Matson and Jack Mohr were selected as our Student Councrl representatxves Thxs year somethlng new was added to l1ven the dull un 6XClflI1g year that followed our preceedlng adventurous Freshman year ThlS thrrllmg event the Operettal But ln a larger sense we could not conquer we could not master the subjects The brave students now alumm who struggled here have conquered rt far above our poor power to add or detract The world w1ll llttle note nor long remember what we achleved but rt can never forget the fight we put up as under classmenl At last upperclassmenl It was for us the students to be educated here to our unnnxshed task whrch they who studled here have thus far so nobly advanced Thls year Tom Dugan Marrlyn u1tter Marllyn Hoffman and Herb Schroeck stepped lnto the offices of presldent v1ce presldent secretary and treasurer respectrvely Don Goodwm of Klan 48 carr1ed our colors to fulfill the addltronal seat ln the Student Councll along wlth Tom Matson and Jack Mohr A dtsruptlon caused by the dlsagreement of the school board members to re lnstate our admlr able Dr W1ll1am A Cook as Supermtendent of our Alma Mater to be aroused the protest of the majonty of the students Thrs GllIT11I'l3IGd any school act1v1t1es but determrned Jumors held thelr long awarted Junlor Prom on May 29 1947 The honor of Klng and ueen was bestowed on Tom Matson and Jeanne We1ss It vsas for us the mdustrxous to proceed toward our ultlmate goal That from those before us we took rncreased knowledge toward our scholast1c goal Now vue realrze Wlfh deep admlra t1on the full s1gn1flcance of the sy mbollc meanmg of our school song the loyalty of our boys Hghtmg for the champxonshlp and the sovengnty of the student body For the last t1me we voted on our class officers and elected Don Schmidt as presldent George Weber as vice presldent C1lor1a Lrght as secretary and Herb Schroeck as treasurer Tom Dugan secured the last addltlonal seat on the Student Coancll of whrch Tom Matson was elected presrdent We here hlghly resolve that th1s knowledge shall not have been taught 1n va1n that thls school under Dr Cook shall have a new blrth of achrevements and that the memory of the class of 48 shall not perlsh from the hxstory of thls memor1al campus Marzlyn Hoffmann 79 O , , , , V - ' 1 - Y , . , Q 0 1 Y i - , . , , 1 T y - 7 ' ,- . , , . . . , , , , Q , , . . . . . , Y - 1 9 1 ' r I -1- 1 . , - , . Q 7 7 - Y , , V , . , , - , , , , . I! H1 Y ' l A O Starlets of the Future i PREVIEWS of Coming alllractiond gigfzflz glade IHIRSI' RON R Xkhltt J Harrls XX ldelen G longmln H Dersth M 'X Preston R Parson P Vw'1gner M Tucker ey UND ROW J XILS el tnln lnl ue l se e e lrl 'Vlue er Buelkn. RD lxllll N Llberg D Smallwood C Xleyer R Xbllllfl XX S lelenllng owlt ars a ml gem l Oldendlek R Clemens R Pu lnl lNllss lxurry The elghth grade IS dlY1dLd lnto two groups known 15 8'Y and 8X Izach group has lts own offl cers and ls under the SUPLYXISIOD of 1 dlfferent teacher They do howeyer COmblHL thelr actlyltles at tlmcs Nlrs Becker IS the advlsor of 8X Whlle Nllss KUFFIL IS the ldylsor of 8X T he olflcers ol 8X are as fol lows Naney Lutterbel lS the presldent VICL presldent IS Charles Noble the secretary IS Dorls Smallwood and Ronald Wlnd IS the treasurer llke the hlgh school the Jr hlgh also has a student councll the members from 8Y are Alma Budke and Jack Nlcfrlff lNancy llberg IS the presldent of 8X wlth the other OfflCLS belng as follows Joan R119 IS YlCL presldent Jack Clames treasurer and Nancy Thysell holds the offlee of secretary The student councll members plcked from 8X are Jean Mason and Roger Whltk A blg project fh1S year was the buylng and lnstalllng of the communlcatlon system whlch through the help of the students and the teachers has flnaly been completed Each class made the amount of money that was needed to lnstall the system ID IIS homeroom Thls money was made ln many ways especlally through paper drlves But all was not work for the elght graders They also had thelr partles and dances all of Whlch turned out to be a success FIISI prlze wlnners ln the Jr hlgh for Stunt Nlght the Qlghfh graders wlll tell you that they deseryed lt Through Cllrl Reseryes the glrls flnd much enjoyment The boys can JOIN the football basketball or track team and thus prepare themselyes for sports ln hlgh school The elghth grade has done a good job IhlS year and the hlgh school wlll be glad to haye them next year Dorothy Puccmm 8 SEC' .' 'r . J. Hal. C. B0l'I'I'I . . GJ. l.. bert. N. 'l'hj:'ll. J. Nl.tJvn. J. Ri's. J. Xl'C' llf. J. l 'll'. A. THI . 'I '11 3 N j. . ' . . . . . " . '. .Tcl - ' l. C. N l -. l., Xl h ll. lf. S 'lh. li. .IV . FOURTH ROXYJ J.. gcybcrth. lj. Stavcrman. N. l.utterhcl. A. Xlaybury. Xl. Kotzbauer. J. Weber. R. Dcnllnger. C. Hiller, it e- e ' e ' ' s '- 's I s L rl 'H T 1 A ' s ' ' s gk , Z evenilz guide FIRST ROXV H Ledman D Hesterberg E Treman T Fmncrty S Lcc S Bedacht I Joncs A Arnold Cv Thomas C Wagner SECOND ROXV I Lyon XV Bergman lN XVagner H Von Baren C1 De Groot M Hoagland J Peeno R Blum J Ruhru em E De Goot THIRD ROXV A Amrem S Dreler J 'Noel S Burbacker C Erbs Vl Baechle C Bosserman D Elsasser R Lucas H Rutz hoff Mr Appleby The seventh grade llke the e1ghth grade 1S d1v1ded1nto tvso groups They are 7Y and 7X The advlsors are Mrs Smlth and Mr Appleby The scvcnth graders do not havc class offrcers put do haxe student counc1l members Those chosen from 7Y are Jcan Ruehwlen and John Matson who IS by the way presxdent of the student councxl Shlrly and Allen Aronld are the student councll members from 1X The two classes were kept frrendly r1vals by havmg paper drxves to see wh1ch class could get the most paper Although both classes trled to get ahead they d1d stay about the same Wxth all thrs money the seventh grade bought thexr part of communxcatlon system Both grades worked together ln the plan nmg and carrymg out of the plans for a dance wh1ch went over m a bxg way Stunt Nlght was among the other thmgs wh1ch the class d1d together and had a lot of fun rn domg Curl Resrves take up the glrls txme whxle the boys play basketball For the other sports the boys have to walt t1ll they are 1n the elghth grade Dorothy Puccmm 83 . .U Y FOURTHA ROlV: A. Hoover, L. Vfissel. V. Hill, N. Meier, J. Matson, E. McCullough, D. Hyers. R. Anderson. M. Fried- 'Y aifzona o flue Mr and MIS Ralph Cf Argo 1510 Van Zandt Road C4ll1l11S BCCRCI Conf1ct1on1r 4515 Han11l1on AXCHU1 Busam s Sho1 R1pa1r Saxannah Ax 1nu1 13111111 D151 Cfl11n11s 7522 148111111011 AXCHU1 Mr and M1s CH1o1g1 QAFICY 1714 Cfmoodmm AX1HUC C oll1g1 H111 11111 11ers CDppos11e College H111 Post Clfhce C onu ay s Saxannah C3151 Saxannah and Sundal1 1Nlr and Mrs Edu ard Den7l11 1829 De A1n1and Ax 111111 Em1rson Food Ma1ket C 11111 D15 Good QIOIC Johnny H1l1ns Barbershop 111ll1op 13a111ndl1ardu IIC Mr and Mrs W8l1C1 Hughes M1 and Mrs Ralph J1n11 Knollman s Lumber Companx 1Xf13Idl Gras C 1f1 Mr and Mrs Robert Markus 84 6847 G111smer AX enu1 1813 X 'ill Zmdl Road 1703 Van Zandt Road l 27 Van Z1nd1Ro1d 2016 Sundal1 AXLHLIL 6523 M115 Ax1nu1 2003 Van Zandt Road C oll1g1 H111 7100 Ham1l1on AYQHUL ' X 5 I 7 YT 'X 3' ' Xl X' 5- A-1 5 ' V 3 3 , y' v 3 v w Henry Derseh. Groceries and Nleats 6503 Simpson Avenue 'X ' 'X' V W 1. ., - 1 1 2 1 1 1 -1 1 7 5 L -I C' ' I 1 v ., '7 5 1 L f 1 4 1 . ' :L 1 Q 1 , ' Nluthes Bakery lNlercers Dany Store Porter Printing Company V1 H Neilson ind Company North College H111 Bakery N C H Parent Teachers Association N C H YTeens Radel and Keller Groceries Ray s Shell Sers ice Station Roy Rudolph Florist Mr and Mrs William Ci Schmidt 1939 Van Zandt Road 1723 Van Zandt Road 7-121 Hamilton Avenue 2173 Spring Grove Avenue 1807 Van Zandt Road 6839 Hamilton Aw enue 7100 Hamilton Avenue 6821 Marvin Avenue Nflr, and Mrs. William Schobel 1,1,r...,. 6913 Shamrock Avenue Sloane s Five to Dollar Store .....,i., ., ,. 1819 Van Zandt Road Nlr. and Mrs Peter Stancheff .,.,,. , i,i. . 2078 Van Zandt Road Sunnybrook Beauty Salon . ,.... .,,........,,, 1 719 Van Zandt Road Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Weber it . .... ,i,.., . . 7020 Hamilton Avenue R. Ci. XVebster Excax ating Contractor 1 . 1 Galbraith Road Ed. NVeis and Son Meats 1, ,. .. 1.1. 1801 Van Zandt Road 'Jalan lzeaifze A e 2 1 ,. , ,, .. e e 1 1 3 V I' V N H '- I . ' 1, 1 N y V k ' V1 YK 3 , ' i.......,..i,,......i., 1720 Sundale Avenue V Y' I . ,,., .... .,.... , I Y 1 , l O , , F 1' 3 , 4 Ve Hun are num farvh with Ihr must Impnrtamt hmmnn nf guur lfe rhnnmng a rarrvr Qiefnrv mm make gum' final rhmrv It umulh png gnu tn lnnlx min thr mnnhrrful nppnrhtmttra that arp hvfnrv gnu III the Hmtrh Stairs Aung an limtvh Sintra Au' iFnrrP 86 . S6 ' . .. f . Iooo' 0 c . if . . 1 i O . .Q s L l 0 0 Q ' of o lc Hesp bably tCo ch +hC 'Ihi ICE CREAM CANDY SCHOOL SUPPLIES FILM SERVICE GREETING CARDS II II H IIIILIUATIISSIIII l609V Z d+R d JA 8999 L 0 in' for someone?" CG 9 r Y .. N ug HII 9 + + I g b ' a a I + plain I1 'I p fh gh d . ul' 'X 0 o o t Compliments of Va Conclziwne Zeleuw Lon 1810 VAN ZAN DT ROAD 82 BUIINA GRILL J. ll cl Q. Congratulations to the Class of 1948 HPRIVS Fond market Ul xX . 0 5 0 9 the poet says XX 3 X Illlyll 00 fl 'og 00' 4 0 health' the IDICGSIIIL, of the rich And the rlchl s uf the poor' DFW JUNb0N ies health IS a unlversal ble-ssm Xet how often me fall to value and tre lsurc lt IH ood season Be eautnonm d then a ZIIIISI the dm ers of delay Il you we been lllllllxlll should sec a Doctor do so by all means Better make the BIIIDOIIIIIHCIII torlay tht n lvrln x our Doctor s PFCSCFIPIIOIIS here for expert coulpoundln wltll pure potent lnffredlent HAGEMAN S North College Hull Pharmacy RELIABLE. Newt to the Clouernook Theatre JAckson 9253 WF' WWW PRESCRIPTIONS 89 kk X NN . . . ' 0 .ir x I . . Q . if ' 4 o ' 0 . f if V I ' f 2 E ' e 7 I fi' U L L 'Qi Y S . I 3 1 v 4 2, ', :.... . I I l 1 - 3 1 f ' "" Q O .ffl m lu' ul' E -,.-.- tl X I ' X E-' ' 'i'- ,l 1' 5 . 2 Hll - X . Q o , 0 'H -f""- 2. ' ' Q ' E 7 15:1 ' . . 99 ,. . . -11" brig v . . . , ' - . S5 fs - s - s, I 11 , . . , 7 ' Q . v i . g v ,' . . 3 ' X . g Y. i, . D . S ET r E 1 ' HENRY ROTH Servlce Station At Your Seruzce Van Zandf and Bake G Complete lme of accessories gas and ml JA 8925 Complzments BUTUHS CAFE Van Zandt 8 Hamilton 90 lll HIDE ULRIEH HERF JONES C0 ASS RINGS AND Pl Meats Best Wishes to Class of 48 HARRY HEMSATH BOB BAKER Groceries RTH COLLEGE HIL SUPER MARK 4 VAN ZANDT RO 91 . CL NS ' 1 N0 L ET 'I9 1 AD tlovernnok Paint and Hardware The Store That Meets Your Needs Chlnaware Glass Brushes and Garden Supplies CARRIE KAISER Prop I825 Van Zandf DO 6279 'Q Fresh Meats, Grocerles, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods Everytbmg Good to Eat and Drink FOOD SHOPPE 6827 Hamllfon Avenue af Van Zandt Next door to Clovernook Theatre 92 I KC 1: . I . Y , o . . N, ' E-QA : 3-:. ' 2' 2...-A-f.-.1 :ra-H :L-H X E..-Q :gl ml - ual K uf: 9 u' ' ' fr . If your furnace is ill-call Bill! NEW FURNACES INSTALLED - - COAL - GAS - OIL Sfokers and Con'I'roIs Cleaning and Repalrlng Beckman Furnace C0 I83I Dallas Avenue O3 K 6? K Service Statzon C ga Hes Gas In Lub cai' P yS We Deliver d R JA 8945 amluuc 64 S G R I L L C ARLES NAGEL MGR 725 DALLAS AVEN 94 O C i re oi e 1 , Q Lf 1 C 5" Ice Cream ri ion arf nax 6261. V Zan + d. 8: Savannah Ave. . D Chili A L 5 In L A H . . I U E ZZOJCIH fam! and f 6 Avazenfd Q1 .gf mf .1 qr, , 1? M32 W, W J' L 'Q Y ESE H umnc aldaoczahon 95 . Q Q , 'xg A-'sp 4. ' 1- we A - 3 fs g f A s- X NX W - V' 7 , J .x ' J' 4, - .frfl 33 ' a'?'C'k ' 351: X : .N"riY . ' ' ' H " ' f- p s 1- " Ji". - x JR 3 ., ' QNX, .kffy I . 1 'Y NMS, s ,Ja..,': Nff , .v'4xJ1,-A.-'..' Q Q 'f . 1 Q ,rw 46 Q-- Mfiz hfiwff. .5 1 Vi, W, .b ' I' Q- v ,V,Tf. .K - - A, ,- ,,, . .. ' -. ff di Q s .ffl L - N. W IN, 3 - 'JF . ,,. 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