North Fairfield High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (North Fairfield, OH)
- Class of 1952
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Fairfield High School
North Fairfield, Ohio
THE POW W W
American Yearbook Company
CO-Editors . .
Class Will ....
Class History .
Activities . .
N N UAL STAFF
. . Helen Swaney
. . Vaughn Baker
Class Plays ....
F.F.A. and F.H.A.
School Music . . .
. . .. John Leak
. . . James Wade
. .Roger Graham
. . Haldon Smith
Grade School Activities ....
Adviser . . Mr. Emil Fernandez, Jr.
We, the Senior Class of l95Z, dedi-
cate our annual, "The Pow Wow,"
to our parents and teachers for guid-
ing us through our twelve years of
schooling, and to all of those who made
it possible for our new school building.
CLASS MOT TO:
We are morally responsible for every
wrong which we have the power to
CLASS FLOWER: Yellow Rose
CLASS COLOR: Green and White
School UHYS, school days
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr, John Edwards, Mr, Phillip Edwards, Mrs, Adah Parker, Clerk Treasurer, Mr, Harold Keiser
President, Mr, Elroy Walcher, Vice-President, Mr, R, A, McNutt, Superintendent,
Left to Rig,ht,First Row: Mrs, Troxel, Fourth Grade, Mrs, Fernandez, Home Economics, and Health, Mrs, McNutt,
Third Grade, Mrs, Osborne, Fifth Grade, Mrs, Price, Second Grade, Mrs, Ross, First Grade, Mrs, Woodworth, Span-
ish, and English, Mrs, Stevenson, Sixth Grade, Second Row: Mr. Fernandez, Math and Conunercial, Mr, Tipton,
Music, Mr,Flint, Vocational Agricultural, Mr, Noel, Social Studies, and English, Mr, Ciavarra, Science, and Math,
Mr, McNutt, Superintendent, Social Studies, and Physical EduC21t1OI1.
Superintendent VAUGHN RAYMOND BAKER
Mr, Robert McNutt "Bake"
BETTY Lou wooDwoRTH
"I make the most of all that
comes, and the least of all that
F,H,A, President 45 F,H,A, 3,45
Mixed Chorus 1,45 Girl's Glee
Club 1,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Class Play
3,45 Homecoming Attendent 8,45
Annual Staff 4.
"He who never tastes, always
drinks, and he who never talks, al-
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,
3,45 Class Play 3,45 Annual Staff
JOHN CALVIN LEAK
"Save your money and be a mil-
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,
3,45 Band 15 Chorus 1,45 Boy's
Glee Club 15 Class Play 3,45 An-
nual Staff 4,
Outlook-Army and Marriage
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PHYLLIS IOANNE EDWARDS
"We love her better every day,
it isn't her looks, it's just her
Student Council 3,4g Substitute
Cheerleader 25 Mixed Chorus 1,45
Girl's Glee Club 1,43 Class Play
3,45 Annual Staff 43
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ROGER ALTON GRAHAM
"In each life a little rain must
fall, but why does it have to be
Chorus l,2g Milan 1,25 Basketball
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HELEN MAY SWANEY
"You cannot do a kindness too
soon, because you never know how
soon it may be too late."
Band lg Mixed Chorus lg Girl's
Glee Club lg Class Play 2,3,4g
Annual Staff 4.
ROGER KEITH HERSHISLR
"Diplomacy is to do and say the
nastiest thing in thc nicest way,"
Baseba1l3gPrcsidcnt 33 Band l,2g
Class Play 3,45 Annual Staff 4,
MARGARET LOUISE RISNER
"Wherever fun and mischief
beams, she is always sure to be
Sec. and Treasurer lg Mixed Cho-
rus 4g Girl's Glee Club 4g F.H,A,
2,3,4g Homecoming Attendent 4g
Class Play 3,4g Annual Staff 4.
PHYLLIS JEAN MINNIEAR
"Dimples in her cheeks, a dimple
in her chin, she's right there when
the fun begins."
Girl's ciee Club 1,4, F.H.A. 1,2,
3,4gCheerleader 1,2,4g Class Play
3,f1g Annual Staff 4.
JAMES PEARSON WADE
"Those who dwell upon ivory tow-
ers, have heads of the same ma-
Band 1gMixed Chorus lg Boy'sG1ee
Club lg Baseball l,3g Annual Staff
Outlook-Army and Undecided
HA LDON CHARLES SMITH
"Perhaps some day in words of
fame we'1l readthe wonders of his
Basketball l,2g Baseball 1,2gC1ass
Play 3,43 Annual Staff 4.
Eight members of the Senior Class of 1952 started school to-
gether. Helen Swaney, Betty Woodworth, Phyllis Edward, John
Leak, James Wade, Haldon Smith, Roger Graham and Vaughn Baker.
During the first year of school Phyllis Edwards moved away. James
Wade moved away at the start of our second year of school. Smiling
Jim came back in our locality the third year of school but Roger
Graham moved to another locality. Phyllis Minniear came during
the fourth year and Roger Hershiser and Phyllis Edwards in the
fifth year of school. The ever moving Roger Graham returned dur-
ing our sixth year, staying for two years, then moving again in the
eighth year to return to stay with us in the eleventh year. Margaret
Risner joined our class in the ninth year. Standing with our heads
erect, with our thoughts full of happy memories of ourschool days
together, the above members constitute the graduation class of 1952.
Classmates, rest we here a little,
while our life is yet at morng
Pause a little for we seniors must
make a will.
'Tis the time which all has led to,
since we heard the first bell's call.
Summoning us to meet in the now
First of all let us call on smiling
James Wade, and Elden Eastman in-
herits his ability to get out of study
Haldon Smith, bequeaths to Bernard
Keefer, the ability and endurance to
Many a day Cynthia Jones and Roger
Hershiser pondered as to Roger's
beautiful red hair, which she wishes
The long-legged Roger Graham, the
Henry Aldrich, of the school, bestows
upon Thomas Clemons nothing but
Margaret Risner, the flirting belle
of our class, advises La Donna Gar-
ner to take her place.
Here about the grounds, studious
Betty Woodworth, wishes that Nancy
Gahring make as good in Chemistry
as she did.
To the ever quiet Lucy Atherton,
Phyllis Edwards, bequeaths her ability
to make men sigh.
And Mildred Cole inherits Helen
Swaney's skill, to stay on her feet
Nancy Gahring is the recipient of the
curly locks, that our cheerleading
gal, Phyllis Minniear has.
While Helen Swaney's advice to Audrey
Cook, to be six feet tall, do stretching
Ah! Dorothy Leach, watch out!
Vaughn Baker wills you, his ability
not to flirt.
And ever munching John Leak, bestows
upon Marvin Wheeler, his cleverness
to get food from the cooks.
O Commencement, not ending that is
seems all our strife,
But the gates that open outward
to a bigger, broader life.
Classmates, may the will of our spirit
But the faunt of inspiration gush
through all our fancy yet.
Howsoever life may lead, a long fare-
well to High we say,
And to our brave and dear advisers,
nevermore to point our way,
Let it fall on our dear school and all
the friends we know,
We must clasp each hand and
whisper: "Good-bye, Classmate,
we must go."
Stranger than fiction are the tricks that "fate" plays upon us and yet
it seems only yesterday that I was back in school.
My little daughter took me back through the years when she asked me
why Johnny, who was always sitting at the Bank and if he wasn't the same
person whose picture she had seen in one of our books. She had my old
Through the years my classmates and I have gone our various ways
and it seems that fortune has smiled upon us. Ten years have passed
and we, who were together in that proud class of 1952 have much to be
John Leak, of course, is the President of the First National Bank
which opened a few years ago here in North Fairfield. Johnny was the
boy that my little Pam was speaking of.
Next door to the bank is a General Electric Store managed by Roger
Hoyt's Department Store! How it has changed! It is nine stories high
and covers a block in each direction. Jimmy Wade, who was always an
enterprising young man, is the Head Clerk. Gossip has it, that he is next
in line to be manager.
Betty Woodworth married a farmer from Illinois, embarrassing, as
it may seem, I must admit I don't remember his name.
Phyllis Minniear eloped last month with a fellow from New York.
This morning while reading the "I-Iearald Times" I saw her picture that
was taken in a Paris Night Club. They had gone to France on their Honey-
Maggie Risner's dream came true. She started up her ownHospital
here in town several years ago. Ten years hasn't changed her a bit.
Vaughn Baker bought out Pink's garage and has built quite a business.
He runs the Buick-Pontiac Sales and Service on East Main Street.
Haldon Smith has three different farms out West of town. He raises
mostly potatoes. I hear that he had about 150,000 bushels last year.
Phyllis Edwards married one of her schoolday Sweethearts. She is
a very happy and contented housewife. What a lovely family she has!
Her children are simply adorable!
Roger Graham is out in Hollywood. The last I read about him was
a write-up in the paper. He is the president of the Helicopter Service
which is the largest in the country. He doesn't look the same since his
nose was broken. Rumor has it, that he talked back to Humphrey Bogart
at the wrong time.
lhave been lucky. I always wanted to teach school and here I am doing
it. Iam married to the principal, no less.
All this goes to show, that dreams do come true. We have much to
be thankful for, especially since Peace reigns all over the world. May
this Peace last forever.
UNIOR- E IOR PRO
On May ll, 1951, the EIlk's Country Club was the scene of a well
planned prom in honor of the Seniors of 1951.
We, as the Juniors, carried out the theme of Indian Summer
throughout the Club. The nut cups were small canoes and the place
cards, tepees. A centerpiece made up of tepees and canoes on a
mirror to represent a lake also added much color. Streamers, gay
Indian colors, were hung from the lights. All this was drawn, paint-
ed, and set up, with the capable help of our sponsor Mr. Fernandez,
by the Juniors.
Special entertainment was furnished by the Stower Sister's of
The Menu consisted of:
Cherry Pie A La Mode
At midnight, of the same evening, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Woodworth
entertained the group at their home.
The lovely snack served there was:
Coffee or Milk
At a later hour everyone left for home. All were happy, but
The Junior-Senior Prom will be held this year on May Z, 1952,
in the gym.
The theme will be a night club setting. Further details are un-
UU wrote on my slate 'I love YUU SUI
E IOR PL Y
"THE DEATH RAY MYSTERY"
Gregory McVane, millionaire scientist, is the discoverer of the death ray, a
secret he has guarded with the most meticulous caution. They are all living
together in the mansion, all but Hillary, the black sheep of the family, who has
been on his own for the past three years. Hillary comes back to his uncle's
home, however, though not by invitation. Instead, he enters furtively in the
midnight hours, a hoodlum with him. They started a thorough search of the
room and when Uncle Gregory enters they soon have him bound. As the curtain
comes down we find Hillary threatening him with a gun unless he confesses to
the hiding place of the death ray formula.
The second scene opens we find that a detective has arrived and has begun
his questioning of the family. The detective finds that each may have had some
motive in killing Mr. McVane. Hillary's suspicion is further enhanced because
of his appearance at this time. The audience is further convinced of his wick-
edness when Mavis, who is desperately in love with Hillary, discloses the hiding
place of the death ray to be in the locket about her neck. Taking her in his
arms, Hillary gently removes the locket from her throat. His being guilty is
further confirmed when Beatriz, one of the nieces and a firm believer in spirit-
ualism, insists on holding a seance. When the lights come up, the butler, seated
next to Hillary, is dead, and Mavis has disappeared. The audience is held in sus-
pense until the very end, when after some unusual twist reveals the true crim-
inal is not Hillary, but the disquised detective, Anderson. Olga, the maid fur-
nishes many laughs and moments of suspense that defy explanation.
Gregory McVane ,,.,
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Cora Sutton ....
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Mildred Cole and Dorothy Leach were
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is UN IOR CLASS PL.
4 l- "THE YOUNG IMP"
A THREE ACT COMEDY
Armanda Tilden .... Cynthia Jones
Nettie Tilden ..... Nancy Gahring
Hattie Storey ..... Dorothy Leach
Myrtle Heartsease . . Lucy Atherton
as a Esmy ........ . . Audrey Cook
. . Mildred Cole
1 Ned Page ....... Elden Eastman
Tommy Ross .... Marvin Wheeler
Brother Wheeler . . Thomas Clemons
Peggy Page ..... LaDonna Garner
Jonathan Ross .... Bernard Keefer
I Katie ......
The setting of the play takes place in the apartment
of two old maids, in the early 1900. Armanda and
Nettie, confirmed man-haters, have made an iron-
clad law that no man could enter their apartment.
The only exceptions to this law were Ned Page, their
A H.. nephew, and Brother Wheeler, a missioner.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, READING LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Woodworth, Advisorg Folly Phil-
lips, Helen Taylor, Russell Conaway, Julia Ann Sweeting, Jerry Lykins, Margaret Seidel. SECOND ROW:
Jim Hale, Yvonne Burras, Emma Jane Barnett, Larry Brown. THIRD ROW: Barbara Chandler, Tony Pre-
dieri, Clarajean Moser, Bill Pierce, Lois Garner, John Holden, Juanita Sniith. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Con-
away, Eugene Sands, Shirley Signs, Vaughn Fife, Roberta Cherry.
The Sophomore Class organized at the beginning of the school year.
Electing the following officers: Vaughn Fife, Presidentg Folly Phillips,
Vice President, Clarajean Moser, Secretary-Treasurer. With the Presi-
dent and Vice-President representing the class in the Student Council.
The collection of tax stamps was chosen as a project for the class,
which has proven to be a good source of income.
At Halloween we had a gala of a time, the class planned and enjoyed
a party at the home of Eugene Sands.
During the Christmas holidays we had a get together at the home of
our advisor, Mrs. Woodworth. Following a hearty pot-luck supper, we
The class activities for the remaining of the year included the spon-
soring of a dance and the selling of programs at the Basketball Tourna-
ment in Norwalk, February 19, Zl, and 23. With these activities the class
hopes to amass a large sum of money in which to start the Junior year.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: READING LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Mr. Noel, Advisorg Marjorie Cherry,
James Gahring, Julia Wheelerg William Cherry: Mary Lou Seidelg Raymond Risner. SECOND ROW: Mar-
garet Sweeting, Earl Eastmang Donna Gulletg Robert Dotson. THIRD ROW: Merlin Bakerg Patty Hurnpheyg
Keith Sweetingg Mathel Dickg Vaxter Risnerg Jack Sweetingg Robert Sweeting. FOURTH ROW: Clyde An-
dersong Katherine Reedg Lyle Andersong Garland Lykins.
The Freshmen Class organized at the beginning of the school year.
The following were elected as officers: President, Roger Sweetingg Vice
President, Mary Lou Seidelg and Secretary-Treasurer, Patty Humphrey.
The initiation of the Freshmen by the Seniors started the year's acti-
vities. We were quite an amusing group of "characters,"
The week prior to Christmas vacation we enjoyed a holiday party com-
plete with games, food, and gift exchange.
In February, the class sponsored a Leap Year dance, which proved
a financial and social success.
This has been a good year, full of fun and work.
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dra Sanders: Edwin Woodworth: Joyce Coleman:Gordon Williams: Phyllis Farrington: Larry Coy. SECOND
ROW: Carol Morrow: Homer Sands: Barbara Bordner: James Houghtlen. THIRD ROW: Henry Cole: Donna
Biller: Virgil Osborn: Carol Smith: Artie Wallrabenstein: Ann Phillips: Howard Burwell. FOURTH ROW:
Nadine Baker: Sharon Schimpff, Fred Baumann: Helen McPherson: Randall Garner.
Our class has been on the quiet side this year as far as class pro-
jects are concerned. Someday the play we planned for, will be a reality.
The one plan that did materialize was a roller skating party the first of
Officers elected for this school year were: President, Nadine Baker:
Vice President, Sharon Schimpffg and Secretary-Treasurer, Sandy San-
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Signs: Rosemary Smith, Richard Conawayg Gayle Dotsong Carl Chandler, Leota Athertong John Braden. SEC-
OND ROW: Ellen Eastman, Harley Reedg Shirley Houghtleng Gerald Palrng Frances Garner: Roger Chase.
THIRD ROW: Audrey Wheelerg Elmer Craft, Carrie Lightg Roger Mclntyreg Ruby Lykinsg Lowell Brown,
Kay Hinckley, Ronald Chase. FOURTH ROW: Wayne Lewisg Karen Burrasg Roger Parker, Robert Osborn,
Roger Carnahan, James Sweetingg Douglas Resor. Suzanne Gahring absent when the picture was taken.
Members of the seventh grade chose the following as officers for the
school year 1951-1952: President, Lowell Brown, Vice-President,
Richard Conawayg Secretary, Roger Mclntyre, and Treasurer, Suzanne
Being in a Junior High School is much different from our former
years, but we are becoming used to it.
There has been fun mixed with work. For instance, the Christmas
Party, and the Bake Sale, have provided us with lots of fun.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, READING LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs, Stevenson, Advisor: Jerry Sweet-
ing, Mary Irwin, Robert Eldridge, Phyllis Lykins, Clifton Light, Donna Phillips. SECOND ROW: Daniel
Schimpff, Ruth Graham, Thomas Jordon, Rosetta Green. THIRD ROW: Darryl Edwards, Margie Gullett,
Wayne Bond, Judith Peirce, Benedict Phillips, Shirely Garner, Ralph Cherry. FOURTH ROW: Anna Osborn,
Larry Swanders, Eldon Lykins, Myron Sanders, Thomas Zeigler.
President, Jerry Sweetingg Secretary-Treasurer, Ruth Graham.
The class chose for their theme this year "It's A Wide Wonderful World."
We have tried to appreciate the relation of our way of living with that of
other peoples. We sincerely hope that with a better understanding, and
knowledge about other people, we will enable to further our way of life
upon the rest of the world. Our Projects: Imaginary Airplane Trip over
the Eastern Hemisphere, Pioneer Movement in Our Own Country, Better
Ways of Living Follow the Frontier, and One Hundred Years of Progress,
Exchange Library, Flannel Graph Studies, Science and Natural History
Club, and Organized Physical Education.
We've enjoyed the usual parties and play times.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Osborn, Teacherg Charles Sands,
Alice Bistlineg David Williams, Judy Graham, Robert Smith: Connie Hosfordg Leo Dotsong Janice Lykins.
SECOND ROW: Larry Leeg Romona Swanderg Paul Mclntyreg Jeannette Gordong LeRoy Fosterg Lois Eldridge,
THIRD ROW: Betty Io Farrington: Ronald Schimpffg Sandra Dendingerg Hobert Williams, Deanna Parkerg
Jerry Giles: Betty McFarling Reginald Phillips: Donna Vogel. FOURTH ROW: Helen Woodworth, Teddy
Gullettg Patty White: Glayds Lykinsg Dian Earlg Alice Athertong Joan Walcherg Deanna Burwell,
President, Leo Dotsong Secretary, Alice Bistlineg Treasurer, Dian Earl.
In History we worked on numerous projects. Stories, pictures, and
materials were collected for each explorer which we studied. This in-
formation was assembled, under the direction of an able leader in the
class, and made into booklet form. All drawings were made free-hand
and without assistance. The last project fUnit HD was given to Donna
Mae Vogel. In Geography the pupils collected material and information
for a large Natural Resource map of the United States, which proved
quite successful in the studying of the United States.
The monitor system works very well in our class room. The monitors
are changed every other week.
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Janice Coleman, Dick Bistline, Janice Osborn, Van Woodworth, Ieanene Trembly, Garry Wilcox. SECOND
ROW: Patty Vogus, Dale Biller, Margaret Phillips, Albert Conaway, Kathleen McNutt, Dick Garner. THIRD
ROW: Dalton Biller, Barbara Ruggles, Robert Houghtlen, Patty Wallrabenstein, James Palm, Connie Hoyt,
Tommy Bond, Marsha Clemons. FOURTH ROW: Paul Parker, Kathryn Lewis, James Westermen, Tommy
Resor, Phyllis Houghtlen was absent when picture was taken.
Since the taking of the class pictures the following two new pupils have
joined the fourth grade: Delores DeWitt and Anna Belle Rowe.
This has been a busy year for all of us. Our spelldowns have been ex-
citing features of classroom activity. The girls and boys are very keen
competitors. Along with work there have been some very enjoyable social
affairs such as the hob-goblin fest at Halloween time, birthday celebra-
tions with beautiful decorated cakes and ice cream. We spent a great
deal of time preparing for the Christmas Program, but old man winter
played tricks on us and sent too much snow at the wrong time thus pre-
venting our having it as planned. However, we had our gifts exchange
after the Christmas holidays.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT,FIRST ROW: Mrs. McNutt, Teacherg Leslie Stone-
ham, Dottie Williams, Kenneth Brooke, Mary K. Phillips, Norman Saxton, Patricia Skinn, John Giles, SE
COND ROW: Beverly Uttley, Bobby Farrington, Betty Lou Craft, Roy Dendinger, Luella Parker, Loren
Baker, THIRD ROW: Charoltte Schimpff, Kay King, Sandra Swander, Richard Trushel, Margaret Atherton,
Duane Atherton, Linda Coy, John Baumeyer, FOURTH ROW: Linda Dankmeyer, David Cook, Terry Baker,
Larry Briggs, Bl1lyChumpp, Jack Morrow, Thomas Ferrin and Bobby Honaker were absent when picture
We had fun making Thanksgiving murals. We cut out all our characters
free hand. We made prettv mats for our mothers for Christmas, using
crepe paper and light rope. For our fathers we made calendars. We
made a tour of the Post-Office and the grocery Store. In the Spring we
studied birds. We are gratefull to our Room Mothers and others who have
given us so many nice treats.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Theodore Cook, Mary Wade, James
Hintz, Judith Chase, Jack Whitwright, Mary Beth Chisholm, Frank Anderson, Nancy Dankmeyer, Jerry
Earl. SECOND ROW: Judith Skinn, John Hoyt, Judy Christie, Clyde Eldridge, Eileen Foster, Jonnie Vogus,
THIRD ROW: Janice Graham, Emmons Funk, Roberta Baxter, Neil Robinson, Louise Eurin, Roy King, Kath-
leen Rielly, Marvin Atherton, Garnetta Phillips. FOURTH ROW: John McFarlin, Carol Chupp, Neil Wal-
cher James Farrington, Ronald Houghlten, Randall McDanields, Jack Baker, Paul Craft, David Culver,
Kenneth DeWitt was absent when picture was taken.
Everyone enjoyed the Halloween and Christmas parties. The boys and
girls had a grand time at the Valentine party. Mrs. Whitwright, who was
our room mother for the past year helped us a lot. The boys and girls
were delighted at the new set of Arithmetic books and the new school
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Clement Lightg Sharon Uttleyg Tho-
mas Walcherg Sharon Baumann: Charles Sweetingg Eliose Io Fernandezg Robert Schaffer, SECOND ROW:
Virginia Wilcox, Larry Houghtleng Mary Garce Gahringg Dwight Kelley. THIRD ROW: Patricia Signs,
Allen Lewisg Kay Dendingerg Mary Louise Vogelg Kathy Noel, Margaret Morrowg FOURTH ROW: Joyce
Lykinsg Margie King: Susie Burrasg Christine Latherg Roseann Parker. Pictures of the following were not
taken due to late registration: Earl Johnson, Shelley DeWittg and I-ledyla Rose.
The facilities of the Public Library have been placed at our disposal and
the goal for this year is to have each student read eight books. The Hal-
loween and Christmas Parties were enjoyed by all. Our Valentine's Party
and Mothe1"s Day Party was a great success. We have enjoyed our new
school room very much.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Vaughn Fifeg Folly Phillipsg Thomas
Clemonsg Elden EastmangRoger Sweeitngg Lowell Brown. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Edwards, Treasurerg Mary
Lou Seidelg Vaughn Baker, Presidentg Roger Hershiser, Vice-Presidentg Mr. McNulr, Superintendentg Cyn-
thia Jones, Secretaryg Nadine Baker.
Plans were made for a year of student activities such as, providing all
school assembly programs, entertainment features of Homecoming festi-
The proceeds from the coke machine paid for the rental of chairs
which were required in the auditorium when holding assemblies.
The student council sponsored two programs for the entire student
body. A Ventriloquist and an exhibit of 40 different species of snakes.
Refreshment were sold at the basketball tournament in Norwalk. The
proceeds were divided equally among Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and
The student council, a truly representative body has been found a
means of communication between students and the superintendent.
CUSTODIAN THE CAFETERIA
Mr. Bernard Maerkisch PROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Mrs. Gazel Hershisher, and
Mrs. Elsie Bishop.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: E. Woodworth, R. Mclntyreg P. Hum-
phrey. C. Smith: I. Gahringg R, Sweetingg C, Chandlerp L. Atherton: R, Graham: P. Edwards. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Tipton, Directorg I. A. Sweetingg S. Gahringg B. Bordnerg A. Phillipsg N. Gahringg H. Taylorg
K. Cannon: A. Cookg N. Baker. THIRD ROW: J. Smithg S. Signsg L.D. Garnerg B. Woodworthg B. Chandlerg
S. Schimpffg M. L. SeidelgC. Jonesg K, Burrasg D. Phi11ipsgB. Donawayg M, Seidel. FOURTH ROW: L. Gar-
The Band played at two basketball games during the season. A Concert was held February 29th. in the
auditorium, North Fairfield combined with Greenwich and New Haven marched as a unit at the Pet Parade
in Norwalk. They played at the Commencement Exercises, Eleven members of the band were selected to
represent North Fairfield in the County Festival held at Wakeman March 14th.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: I. Holden, I. Gahringg L. Brown, I.
HalegE. Sandsgl. Leak: F. Phi1lipsgV, Fife. SECOND ROW: T. Predie1igH. Taylorg L.D. Garnerg B. Wood-
worthg J. A. Sweetingg B. Chandler: M. Risnerg R. Conaway. THIRD ROW: A. Leakg P. Edwards. L, Gar-
nerg M, Seidelg S. Signsg N. Gahrmgg A. Cookg C. Jones: Mr. Tipton, Instructor.
The Choir sang at the Concert held February 29th. Some members were in the County Festival held
March 14th, at Wakeman, The Choir sang at the Commencement exercises.
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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AND FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Cynthia Jones, Betty Woodworthg
Barbara Chandler, Mr, Tipton, Director, Kathy Reed, Maragret Risner, Phyllis Minniear. SECOND ROW:
Helen Taylor, LaDonna Garner, Lois Garner, Audrey Cook, Ann Leak: Phyllis Edwards,
The Girls Glee Club participated in the concert held February 29 at the High School Auditorium, Some
of the members were selected to sing at the Countv Festival in Wakeman.
7th and Sth CHOIR
TOP ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Roger Carnahan, Roger Mclntyre, Richard Conaway, Artie Wallrabcnstein,
Carl Chandler, Howard Burwell,Iames Houghtland, Wayne Lewis, Thomas Signs, CENTER ROW: Edwin
Woodworth, Leota Atherton, Suzanne Gahring, Kay Cannon, Carol Smith, Ann Phillips, Barbara Bordner,
Helen Mc Pherson, Clara DeWitt, James Sweeting. THIRD ROW: Mr. Eugene Tipton, Instructor, Karen
Burras, Carol Morrow, Phyllis Farrington, Sandra Sanders, Nadine Baker, Joyce Coleman, Sharon Schimpff.
The 7th and 8th Choir sang for the concert held February 29 in the High School Auditorium.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Leach, Mary Lou Seidel, Margaret Risner, Mildred Cole, Juanita
Smith, Emma Jane Barnett, Phyllis Minniear, Barbara Conaway. MIDDLE ROW: Julia Wheeler, LaDonna
Garner, Shirley Foster, Patricia Humphrey, Katherine Reed, Shirley Signs, Audrey Cook, Nancy Lee Gah-
ring, Ann Leak, BOTTOM ROW: Mrs, Fernandez, Advisorg Margaret Sweeting, Lois Garner, Margaret
Seidel, Julia Sweeting, Barbara Chandler, Betty Woodworth, Cynthia Jones.
Our Club has twenty-one members this year. At the first of the year we had a weiner roast for new
members. Everyone who was there enjoyed the festivities,
The following officers were elected for the coming year:
President ......... Betty Woodworth
Vice President . . ..... Cynthia Jones
Secretary .... . . Julia Ann Sweeting
Treasure ..... . . Barbara Chandler
News Reporter . . . . Margaret Seidel
At Christmas time we had a pot-luck supper for the F.F,A, boys.
The F,H.A. Club used the old draperies for reupholstering the furni-
ture. We bought more drapery material and made drapers for the win-
dows at the cottage.
We rented an electric sander and refinished the floors and tables in
the Home Economic Cottage.
With the support of the Willard United Bank and the North Fairfield
Branch the F.H,A, girls went to Cleveland. We went through the Federal
Reserve Bank which was very interesting. We attended the Food Show
exhibit at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland. Everyone who made the
trip enjoyed it very much.
All in all we have had a very exciting and successful year.
F. F. A.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jack Sweeting, Roger Graham, Marvin Wheeler, William Cherry, Bernard
Keefer. MIDDLE ROW: Garland Lykins, Roger Sweeting, Keith Sweeting, Raymond Risner, Haldon Smith,
Mr. Flint, class advisor. BOTTOM ROW: Folly Phillips, Vaughn Fife, Larry Brown, Eugene Sands, Elden
Eastman, Russell Conaway.
North Fairfield Chapter
We the future farmers of America, We went to Michigan in January,
To us the whole world will turn, To see General Mills experimen-
May they be poor or they may be rich tal farm,
We will feed them all, the whole We saw the way to raise animals,
world. For the good Yankee dollar.
We started the year with a bang, To Sandusky we went a swimming
To our wise instructor, Mr. Flint In the good old month of February
must go the credit, We turnedin the windy days of March
Who made us believe we knew it all, To put on a radio program over
Until we saw the daylight. WLEC.
We planted five acres of corn Faithfully we've toiled and striven
And we made plenty of dough. Pressing on with higher aim,
We beat five other schools We are well prepared for action,
In our annual pest hunt, Names to shine throughout, as the
wonder of the age.
LEFT TO RIGHT: TOP ROW: Coach, Mr. Noel: Roger Mclntryeg Larry Coyg Roger Parkerg Artie Wallra-
bensteing Ronald Chaseg Roger Chaseg Virgil Osborng Harley Reedg Gary Palm, BOTTOM ROW: Wayne
Lewis: Fred Baurnang Gordon Williamsg Randall Garnerg Jim Sweetingg Henry Coleg Carl Chandler, Edwin
Woodworthg Richard Conawayg Tommy Signs,
LEFT TO RIGHT: TOP ROW: Coach, Mr. McNurrg Larry Coy: Ronald Chasey Carl Chandlerg Henry Coleg
Fred Baumang Roger Chase. MIDDLE ROW: Roger Parkerg Harley Reedg Roger Mclntryeg Gordon Willaimsg
Lowell Brown: Artie Wallrabensteing Virgil Osborng Richard Conaway. BOTTOM ROW: John Bradengwayne
Lewisg Tommy Signsg Jim Sweetingg Jimmy Houghtleng Gary Palm, Roger Carnahan.
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TOP ROW: READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Earl Eastman: Lyle Andersonp James Gahringg Bill Cherryg
Jack Sweetingg Bobby Dotsong Garland Lykins, MIDDLE ROW: Reading from left to right: Merlin Bakerg
Tony Predierig Roger Sweetingg Thomas Clemonsg Eugene Sandsg Elden Eastmang Raymond Risnerg Vaughn
Fife: BOTTOM ROW: Reading from left to right: Russell Conawayg Marvin Wheelerg Vaughn Baker: Coach,
Mr. Noelg John Holdem John Leakg Folly Phillips.
Our Baseball team played five games last fall. We feel our boys did
a wonderful job. All the games lost were by close scores. We wish the
team all the luck for the spring season.
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TOP ROW, READING LEFT TO RIGHT: Earl Eastman, Lyle Anderson, Garland Lykins, James Gahring,
Vaxter Risner, Raymond Risner, Keith Sweeting. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Mr, McNuttg John Holden, Vaughn
Fife, Bill Cherry, Jack Sweeting, Eugene Sands, Roger Sweeting, Gerry Lykins, Tony Predieri, Merlin
Baker, Manager, Henry Cole, BOTTOM ROW: Folly Phillips, Elden Eastman, Marvin Wheeler, John Leak,
Thomas Clemons, Russell Conaway, Vaughn Baker.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Cynthia Jonesg Barbara Conawayg Shirley Signsg LaDonna Garner: Barbara Chandler
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JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ellen Eastman: Sandy Sanders: Nadine Baker.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Vaughn Bakerg Margaret Risnerg John Leak,
Basketball Captain: Cynthia Jones, Queeng Marvin Whcelerg
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acting Superintendent acting as Commercial Teacher,
Betty Woodworth, Marvin Wheeler,
acting as Home Economics Teacher. acting as Agricultural Teacher.
Jim Wade, Phyllis Edwards,
acting as Social Studies Teacher, acting as English and Spanish Teacher.
Cynthia Jones, Margaret Risner, Betty Woodworth,
acting as Science Teacher. Phyllis Edwards,
STACKS O' CRACKS
Name: Phyllis Joanne Edwards
Born: May 31, 1934
Ideal Boy: Richard Snapp
Favorite Food: Swiss Steak
Favorite Expression: Honestly!
Where to Find: With Dick
Name: James Pearson Wade
Born: July 1, 1934
Ideal Girl: ? ? ? ? ? ?
Favorite Food: T-Bone Steak
Favorite Expression: I'll never tell.
Where to Find: Jone's
Name: Roger Keith Hershiser
Born: May 15, 1933
Ideal Girl: Helen Swaney
Favorite Food: Butterscotch Pie
Favorite Expression: Carrumba!
Where to Find: Skating
Name: Roger Graham
Born: February Z1, 1934
Ideal Girl: Jane Bishop
Favorite Food: Escalloped Oysters
Favorite Expression: I'11 clue you.
Where to Find: With a girl
Name: Helen May Swaney
Born: December 8, 1934
Ideal Boy: Roger Hershiser
Favorite Food: Tuna Casserole
Favorite Expression: I give up!
Where to Find: Everywhere at once
Name: Betty Lou Woodworth
Born: September 8, 1934
Ideal Boy: Don Smith
Favorite Food: Chicken
Favorite Expression: I don't know!
Where to Find At Home
Name: John Calvin Leak
Born: November 4, 1934
Ideal Girl: Margaret Seidel
Favorite Food: Chicken
Favorite Expression: That sounds
Where to Find: With Margaret
Name: Margaret Louise Risner
Born: July 12, 1935
Ideal Boy: Robert Gorham
Favorite Food: Turkey
Favorite Expression: What's the mat-
ter with ya?
Where to Find: Liable to find me
Name: Haldon Smith
Born: December 28, 1934
Ideal Girl: All of them
Favorite Food: Boiled Ham
Favorite Expression: I don't know.
Where to Find: In town
Name: Phyllis Jean Minniear
Born: October 17, 1934
Ideal Boy: Lee Kale
Favorite Food: Chile
Favorite Expression: Holy Cow!
Where to Find: Sleeping
Name: Vaughn Raymond Baker
Born: June Z9, 1934
Ideal Girl: Dottie Leach
Favorite Food: Cherry Pie
Favorite Expression: That's the Best
Where to Find: In my car
THE CLASS OF 1952
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WILLARD UNITED BANK
MEMBER OF FDIC
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GAS 81 APPLIANCES
Paints Phone l953
North Fairfield, Ohio
0 REED'S GARAGE
The 8 S Moder phone 1363
, E. Main St . North Fairfield
Baklng C0mP3l1Y General Repairs - Sohio Petrole
Bakers of Products
Good-will Used Car:
Fine Class Rings
Represent tive: William Lindboe
Vaughn and Evelyn
R. J. Underwood
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MITCHELUS CLEANERS FOR
North Fairfield Ohio Invalid Car Service
North Fairfield Ohio
F""" THE HUEON COUNTY
E. J. Mitchell FARMERS
North Fairfield Ohio Fire and Windstorm Insurance
North Fairfield Ohio
M. 81 M. RESTAURANT
Home Cooked Meals
We Cater to Special Dinners
North Fairfield Ohio
ceries, Paints, Hardware, Shoes
North Fairfield Ohio
NORTH FAIRFIELD MILL
Feed Grain and Mixing
Shelling Grinding and Mixing
rtl'1 Fairfield Phone 1914 Ohi
FAIRFIELD SERVICE CENTER
Refrigeration, Electric 8- Plumbing Service
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LATHER'S I.G.A. GRDCERY
North Fairfield Ohio
HURON SAND AND GRAVEL CO
70,000,000 Americans can't be wrong
D0 YOU THINK you should get interest cause of corporation profits. No profits,
on your bank savings account, dividends no corporations, no corporations, no in-
on your life insurance policy? Naturally. terest or dividends for you.
so do 'he ?0 million othezi Amellcans Remember that, next time radicals rave
who own savingsaccounts an insurance. and rant ageing' corporation profits.
You get the interest and dividends be-
THE HURON COUNTY BANKING
The Oldest and Largest Financial Institution in Huron County
Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
B. L. MCCLURE, INC.
Cars STUDEBAKER Trucks
Sales And Service
4 E. Seminary St.
N l Ph 1261
Ph. 3-5081 P11 5-211
LAWERENCE 81 BATTLES
Your Frigidaire Dealer
5 - 7 No. Foster Coroaire Gas Heaters
Norwalk Ohio and
Speed Queen Washers
Au m i eP
Main St Nor lk O11
Ph 2-4111 24121
HARLEY - DAVIDSON
MARY ANN SHOPPE
ws Really Fun and Millinery
A. E. LINDENAU Bfidu' 5"0PPe
82 Bendict Ave. Norwalk Ik Oh
LANG IMPLEMENT CO.
Oliver Farm Implements
190 East Ma. sf. and 1-mms
Phone 3-2014 New ldea Farm Implements
Norwalk Oh Delval Milkers
Norwalk Phone 3-2391
M I Street Norwalk, Ohl
PAUL A. LEVERS ROSEKELT MOTOR SALES
Norwalk, Ohio Milan, OTC
D606 Nunn Hmm
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B. C. TABER COMPANY A KUBACH FUNERAL HOME
Your Department Store
Norwalk Ol1'o Norwalk Ohio
BREMSER COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Ready Mix Concrete
Coal and Builders'Supplies
B 81 L SPORTSHOP
Everything for the Sportsmen
FURNITURE, AND ELECT
Complete T.V. Service 81 Soles
Pho 3-87619 M n
S""i""e'Y SODA GRILL
THE CARD SHOP Af'e'Z'jGamQEvj'yb0d"
N lk Oh
ZUERCHER INS. AGENCY
Your Hotpoint Appliance Dealer
BARTON 'S FLOWERS
Artistry In Flowers
10 Whittlesey Ave.
HENRY'S FLOWER SHOP
Flowers For All
Cor. Whittlesey 8K Monro
Phone 2-3681 N rwalk Ohio
J. C. PENNY COMPANY
The Family Store
N Ik Oh
Best Wishes to
The Class of 1952
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Congratulations to the Class of "SZ"
For All Occasions
BATEHAM STUDIO Sz CAMERA SHOP
Van Bateham -Julius Mihali
33 West Main Street Norwalk Ohio
BETSCHMANS WEST END GREENHOUSE
LORITS MOTOR SALES
Clayton C. Lord Owner
Monroeville, Ohio Phone 2631
C M d R d dC b S W d
Blown In Rock Wool
JOHN SUI-IR INSULATING CO.
Norwalk, Ohio Pl-long 2-5785
Let Our 13 Years of Experie
Assure You ofa Perfect lo
SINCLAIR REF INING CO.
C. K. Wolters - Supplier
Catalog 8. Commercial Printing
Phon 31194 Sam Giullombardo, Mgr.
36 E r s y S1 N lk Oh
N clk Oh
WILKIN SON ,S
United and Strahan Wallpapers
26 B d t Ph 3 6101
N Ik Oh
MAE M. MACK L. J. MCNEIL
Insurance of All Kinds Real Estate Broker
Automobile Financing Farm and City Property
Phone 3-1811 Phone 3-1084
N lk Oh
LOUIS O,DELL, JEWELER
Fine Watches and Jewelery Repairing
N Ik Oh
Headquarters for Elgin Watches
L. S. Swaebby
Whittlesey Ave. Norwalk
FREY COAL YARD
Coal 8 Builders Supplies
51 Benedict Ave.
29 N. Hester St.
N walk Ohio
Clothing - Shoes
Carpets, Rugs, Lino.
Houseware B.P.S. Paints
Tlle work Phone 2-784l 'l2-14 Monroe St.
Wall Coverings Norwalk ohio
THE HOME SAVINGS
AND LOAN CO.
Rate on Savings Accounts
GILES FLOOR COVERING
Rug, Carpets, Linoleum, Plastic,
Asphalt, Rubber Tile, Venetian
Blinds, Wall Covering
Res. 8, Office Phone 3-3721
REXALL DRUG STORE
J. G. Kaiser and F. G. Wells
W. Main Street Norwalk Oh
THE MAPLE CITY ICE CO.
35 Benedict Ave. Norwalk, Ohir
Ph 2-40'I'l 2421
Class of 1952
Norwalk's Quality Store
For Men and Boys
N Ik Oh
N ORWALK MOTOR SALES
Sales Ford Service
60 East Main St.
G. RAY GARNER
Real Estate and Insurance
'Nor lk, Ohio
2 W2 Main Street Ph 2 867
Furniture - Floor Coverings
32 34 36 W Mai S
N Ik Oh
For All The Family
'I8 West Main St.
N lk Oh
DURKEE FAMOUS FOODS
Makers of Margarine and Salad P d t
Distributors ofSnices and C d ts
SIDE O'HILL DAIRY STORE
All Esmond Dairy Products The Best ln Dinners
Housewares - Hardware
Ph Q 2-5291
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Sporting Goods Headquarters
Ph no 2-8501 N Ik Oh
MILAN AVE. MKT.
MARTIN MOTOR SALES
178 E. Main Street, Norwalk, Ohio
Lincoln and Mercury
89 Milan Ave- Sales and Service
N lk Oh
FARM EQUIPMENT BEDFORD'S
SALES at SERVICE Fine gms
236 Milan Ave.
N lk Oh
N lk Oh
LANG Sz FISHER McCOY'S
County Market Sales 8. Service Inc.
Pork V I
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Rom 61 J ' Rf. is s. zo
N lk Oh Norwalk, Ohao Ph. 2-7571
C I MEYER'S-HECKELMAN
THE H. D. ROGERS
Best In Service DeSoto - Plymouth
8 k A E Meyer's
P id Norwalk, Ohio
EBERT AND SON MOTOR SALES
orized Buick and Cadillac Dealers
CIGARETTE SALES CO. MILAN INN
Broadeway Milan Ohio
Loraine, Ohio Good - Food
At . Mr. Rothman Phone - 5101
NORWALK AUTO BODY
CHAPIN 81 CHAPIN INC. C0,
Rome 20 EUS' Collision specialists
Route 20 East
E t 9 8- Dredging lk O i
2 8 4, 3-8734 ' 'll
NORWALK TRUCK LINE
U.S. Pullorum Passed Baby Chicks
Norwalk White Goslings
Purina Chows and Poultry Supplies
Phone 33151 Norwalk, ohio
Feed B!! ca n
Sup pl ies
HURON FARM BUREAU
Automotive Parts Distributors
Cars, Tractors, Aircraft
Phone 2-4411 Norwalk, Ohio
Paint and Appliance
27 E. Main Street Norwalk, Ohio
THE FASHION SHOPPE
Quality Clothes at
27 E. Main Street Norwalk, Ohio
Always Wishing the Best
North Fairfield High School
Phone 3-1531 Norwalk, Ohio
SPWSWQU' OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Everything for the Office
Smith Corona Portable Typewriters
Ngrwqlk Ohio 20 West Main Norwalk, Ohio
JONES JEWELRY MAPLE LAWN DAIRY
7 W Main Sf. Phone 3l42
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VISTII Sales and Servlce
Home Freezers and Refrigerators
G 'h Oh
N. C. Underwood
49 Main Street
Sales And Service
ph 3741 Chas. A. Crum Syllaert Keiser
14 East Main St.
G h Oh Ph 3194
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The Class of 1952
Pho ne 3445
Pop Corn and Supplies
Ph 2 7l63 New Londo
GREEN WICH MILL
THE SAVINGS AND LOAN
llmlk New London Oh Ready-Mix Concrete
iii lllfmmm Concrete Blocks
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G. W. Johns, Owner
REYNOLDS LUMBER GO
Sterling W. Ford
Lumber and Roofing
N London Oh
CHEVRULET SALES F d ' ' ee e' G 0
Allis-Chalmers Form Coal
EQUIP I Fertilizer Seeds
Phone 65 jrhiiifi
d 0 New Lond
BAILEY IMPLEMENT CO.
Pontiac - International
Soles - Service
1 Sf. h 9
N L d Oh
E. BIGLOW COMPANY
Shale Tile-Fittings for Every Purpose
In All Sizes
N L d Oh
The Class of 1952
Willard, Oh Ph 237
Plumbing - Heating
Sheet Metal Work
Phone 5352 Willard, Ohl
R. P. SHARICK CO.
The Leading Jewelers
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"Best Wishes to Class 52"
WILDIEPS MOTOR SALES
Cars and Trucks
Goodyear TI res and Batteries
Myrtle Ave. at N.S. 224
Phone 7901 Willard, Ohio
WILLARD CLEANERS SECURE
Your Dry Cleaning
20 Myrtle Willard, Ohio
' Phone 280
"Good Luck Class 52"
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
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207 Myrtle Avenu Phone 249
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Maytag Washers, RCA Radio-TV
Tires - Tubes - Batteries
Complete Line of Parts
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