North Lima High School - Echo Yearbook (North Lima, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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fze gcfm of 1948 1-.-L. 141 -1 .1 Q aw- ...l-. Q1 Ol NURIH IIXIX HIC H SLHK 'ix W l'lAl5l.l5HlilD BY 'l'HlQ SIQNIUR Cil..X5S H ,. 4 . . i DUI. 'Che IIMEIIHWD 'X .Q S Ieafacaiaon AS a token of appreciation for her genume frnendllness and for her kmdly mterest m oul happy to dedicate IhlS annual to Mrs Dyer our school secretary welfare, we, the Seeior Class of 1948, are 'Che IIEQIEIIHIND PA! I BOARD OF EDUCATION Donald Elsvr Dr H P 'VICGrcgor A Hvrdlc Laurin Shank Baz Wcfllman IOHN BL RRHOLDP R Pllnclpal of the H1 h School 0f1llEML8 RLSSLLL H VN -XRD Superintendent of Schools PACF TMREHD FACULTY C H ARLES DCVENfIO VX VX AN BL R014 f 0I7I7I1tl'1II1l Huron fnafh PLERNOR JENKINS Home lronomzrc 'I'- 'VI-XRSHALL POPELKA SIELLA STALKHOL Sl' RLTH VNARRILIX Haflzematzff fomh l'n lzvh Latzn Iv lzsh Bzolo x PACE6 IOHN RENUQIX IJORO'I HX SH-XNR In tzzmzuzlal Hu It ral 1 1 fM94S FACULTY Z 1 ESTELLE MORGAN CORENE BRADY JOHN LEHMAN unzor H1 h Szxth fradf Fz th fradzf WILMA LFHNIAN Fourth Cmdf NI-XRTH-X L-XLGHLIN l'z1 I and bumzd 011111 PIORFNCF HANFX llzzrd fwllld X IOLA XIENT7FR FII t C rad HFI FY IOLISF NIEINIIFR S fond f mn' ws- 'S--. RL TH C O FTONI Ilblllllllll PACF I M . . if -,. . Z . ,' 1 Y v . A . . . . . . . , . , l .2 1 f 1 I mg, v an ig 1 V V v V . A I A A A 4.4. J . 4 Vw - 1 w . 4, - ' ,y w v Y '. Q -. 4 1. 1, . . , .l' 1 4 ' 1' 1' . 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A fi .X I l , F- 11 77116 lIE14lElIElll4D SCHOLARSHIP The students on the honor roll are those who have made a B average for at least one sm weeks perlod Scholarshlp 1s the most lmportant product of the educa tlonal system and the school 18 proud of the students who have worked to ralse the1r standmg scholastlcally Keen comps tltxon 19 always an mcentlve to work harder and earn better grades 1n order to keep up wlth other students Evert school system strnes to educate the pupxls to as hlgh a degree as poss1ble and 1f the students eo operate 18 somewhat successful m earrung out this plan The satlsfactlon of havlnq ae hlexed a hlgh degree of success ln school 18 well worth the effort one must put lorth lor such accompllshment Alexander Pope an Enqllsh poet recognwed the neeesslty of thorough tralnmg when he sald 'Ile educatzmz army the common mmd uv! at the H11 ze bent the tree vmrlzned xe ar to some graduatmff student who fulfllls the requlre ments for this honor The award XNl11Cl'1 consrsts of a metal plaque upon w hlch IS engraxed the wmnerls name a eash q1ft of 'BUG and a trophx medal for the wmner 15 gnen to promote an ln entlxe to excel seholastuallx to produce good school e1t1zensh1p and to develop honorable eharaeter ln 1946 Vlr Detw 1ler presented th1s aw ard to 'VIelx1n 5 hwartz ln IQ47 to Stephen Kaxatl -Xgam thls xear some worthx student w1ll reeelxe thls prlze The w lnner wlll he rhosen ace ordmq to h1s standmq ID the class h1s exhxbltlon of courtesx and respect to hxs teachers and fellow students and to h1s dlsplax ol school loxaltx and good sportsmanshxp The aw 'ard w1ll he presented to the XSIIIHIIIQ student at the rom menu ment progr nn . , . Y 99 77 4 Y. V x , . . . 4 . K - sfnvs- K , I --1 I- K 1 H Y -A' 1, A Y ,.- . A, A .K ik 4 , A, A, I 5 , . 5, ' 1 - . z-Q f . 7 ' ' . The Detwiler Award, presented by Fred B. Detwiler of Columbiana, is given each , , ' L . .' ' ' .' , 'l ' . ' ' . . , 'I '. PAGE 8 Vs -4 S NIURS He studzex jokes plan in the band 8 F111 Y 111 1015 hand Class President 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Glee Club2 3 Secy 4 Mixed Chorus H Y 2 3 4 H1 Y Basketball 4 Scholarship 2 Woodrow Wilson 1 Class Play 3 4 Echo Staff 4 WILLIAM FRANK THOINIAS BUCHANAN Buchlc 3Z'Ul'.hl'JS niwdvd ht i- Y , L, I1'ord.s' of zuixdonz fall fro B1 itfv his ,filly banter th fitx. 'f f 'Il zvxs' i , lh' Y I 2 1, f Class President 1 Vice President 4 Glee Club 2 4 Orchestra 1 2 Band 1 2 4 Echo Staff 4 Lima Lite 1 2 Prince of Peace 2 4 Schol lrship 2 Senior Scholarship FRANCES JANOSIK Runnin I hzthfr thzthn and xon on hi h at I 4 x x one Class Secretary 3 4 Keen Teens 2 Secy 3 Pres 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 Pres 4 Mixed Chorus 3 Pianist 4 Octette 3 4 Iima Lite 1 Z 3' Editor 4 Echo Staff 4 Prince of Peace 4 Qcholarships 1 2 Class Play 3 4 , Valedictorian ANNA WELLMAN Annie No fnrmiw has shi but fltlldf alon Her brix ht disposition inxurcs many mon . Class Treasurer 4 Keen Teens 2, 3, 43 Secy 3 Glee Club 1, 2 3, 4 Octette 3, 4 Mixed Chorus Lima Lite 3, 4 Echo Editor 4 Prince of Peace 2. 4 Scholarship 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Of IILSMLS DOlNALD ANDERSON at I he jollzest elloa that I LF an met lhe lfznd 0 a rzend af ll rzezefr form! 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Q C141 f 1' 1911. 4 . ll- ' A BRUCE GEH ER Bruce trzu mud to f wwm un f I u 4 un Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 H1Y Z JACK HALL mi So dz went thu boy rom al the re st A nl to hzm 13 juft a ff YI pm P B nd 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 Z 3 Glee Club 1 4 VIRL INIA KRI' IDLER Gmny I 1 I 1111 1 It rl L01 I Cldss Treasurer A Keen Teens 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 1 Echo Stitf 4 Lama Lltc 1 Z 3 4 Scholdrshnpsl 2 3 Class Pl 15 Promplzr S llut llorl ln QL PLINP LAMB Jaden 'lt '. 1 ' .1 vrr'y, 'nz' ' Class Class Keen Lima Echo C lflss Secretary 1, 12 Treasurer 3 Teens 2, 3, 4 Lite 4 Statf 4 Pl'1y 4 I4 .i ly. f1948 73716 llE94l3lIHll4D WILLIAM MCDORMAN Rufus A Ltrfatzle allot has lots to do A Io FT 0 Sports and poztrx too H1 Y 2 3 Secretary 4 H1 Y Basketball 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 V1ce Pres1dent 4 M1xed Chorus PFIHCQ of Peace 4 Basketball Manager 1 2 Basketball 4 Class Basketball 2 3 4 Football Manager 2 3 4 Track 2 Baseball Manager 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 L1ma Llte Staff 3 4 Echo Staff 4 Class Play 3 4 WILLIAM MUSSELMAN Bnll 7 he tfacherx and Students ull mm me I ear H on t zt be unny tzth pzau' around en H1Y34 M1X6d Chorus H1 Y Basketball 4 Track 3 4 OTIS ROWE Oats A handv person to haze around A mon helpful pfrson zould nf b ound H Y 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 1 Mlxed Chorus Track 3 4 H1 Y Basketball 3 4 Class Play Stage Manager GLENN SCATTERGOO Glenme He shous to the torld hzs 510 L shy vrm From one szde of hzs chef! to the rlet rn hzs zhzn Goshen H1gh School 1 I H1 Y 3 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 Mlxed Chorus Baseball 3 4 Football 3 4 H1 Y Basketball 3 4 Class Basketball 3 4 Class Play 3 Fcho Staff 4 68 99 1 ., ' f .- , V L , . 2 iv ,f ..' 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U' 5 M, ig! -.,,,h,M-Q CUTILS f 1948 PROPHECY Hmm study hall IS certalnly dull today but I have a wonderful IODIC for a day dream Lets see what our senlors wlll be dolng ln 08 Otls Rowe sent us a speclal taxl from hls fleet so we could arrlve ln North Llma ln speed and style He deslgned hls sleek all glass cars ln such an lngenlous way that they change color durlng the day and glve a fluorescent glow durlng the nlght People are wlld over them And dld you see the huge truck that Just whlzzed by" It s one of the N L N Y and N O Llne owned and operated by Al Spencer Al makes sure that hls drlvers always stop at MUSSELMAN S MOTOR MART for repalrs Do you notlce anythlng unusual about the landscape? All those ugly strlp mlnes have been leveled and Glenn Scattergood the prosperous agrlcultural expert has dls covered a patent proof method of ralslng clder trees on them It s amallng how much tlme people save by Just tapplng one of these trees and extractlng the clder A few hundred yards from Glenns reposes the BREWER BARNS an lnstltutlon for SlCk and alllng cows Ernle s Job IS to rehabllltate the anlmals to a llfe of useful ness and for thls act of klndness the farmers are very grateful At last we re comlng lnto North Llma' Look' The plaque on those modern bUlld1hgS says they were deslgned by Donald Anderson the noted archltect Don always llked to draw but for some reason he kept hlS talent a closely guarded secret For an example of hls work look at that beautlful hospltal set back ln the qulet of the plnes Remember that llttle plne grove" Of course the hospltal would be lmp0SSlb16 lf It werent for the generoslty of Melvln Taylor the multl mllllonalre alrplane bullder HaVlng collected hlS fortune Mel IS now busy dlstrlbutlng lt to better North Llma Hls good frlends Dr Ruth Culp and Dr Glenn Whan supervlse the works of mercy performed by the hospltal Ruth says the only thlng Glenn fears IS that some day the thousands of bables wlll get mlxed up He really neednt worry though because I can see from here how efflclent that llttle blond secretary IS Why It s Glnny Kreld ler looklng very pert and trlm IH her whlte unlform Back to the busy street we go Sayf what s thls" Clprlano and Carr Attorneys at Law Why lt must be Clp and Bobs home OITICG for I ve heard they are ln great demand ln New York as crlmlnal lawyers Men speak wlth awe of thelr excltlng court cases Let s duck ln thls ultra modern shoppe and rest awhlle the sldewalks are so crowd ed that pollcemen stand ln the mlddle to dlrect trafflc Umm lt s beautlful ln here and take a look at those three heavenly VISIODS H03tlI'lg our way' If my eyes dont d6CElV6 me they are Yvonne Swank Jackle Lamb and Nancy Zelgler the trlo lh charge of the famous fashlon llne BONNIE FROCKS Yvonne deslgns Jackle cre ates and Nan sells and even Parls IS Jealous We Just mlssed Jlm DIHSIO who brought ln some of hls FAMOUS FURS from hls 300 acre mlnk farm What a unlque way to make mllllons' That huge glass bulldlng complete wlth escalators and televlslon IS North Llma School the first ln the county to lnltlate flylng lessons for ltS students We hear that the poetry courses are much more popular smce Anna Wellmans volumes of verse came lhto use and you should see how the llbrary features them' Lets squeeze lnto the new audltorlum to hear ane Dalrymples lecture The glft of holdlng an audlence spellbound by her dramatlc ablllty has long been Janes but now she IS lndeed a master of the art The chlldren are hard'y breathlng I have seen announcements everywhere advertlslng the comlng of Jack Halls fa mous dance band Ive heard that even dlgnlfied wh te halred ladles cry RISC and fall wlth Jackle Hall when Jack beglns to play Of course another attractlon of the program IS Tom Buchanan the comedlan Tommy s weekly radlo show has made hls trombone as well known as Bennys xlolln of course lt IS appreclated much more It s gettlng darker outslde so lt wlll soon be tlr e for the gala mldnlght campalgn to start Twyla CaSlly now the model of a perfect housewlfe told me all about It Blll Frank the lawyer IS now runnlng for Governor elect of Ohlo and from the re sults procured by hls campalgn manager Paul Stelner and hls falthful secretary Bruce Gelger he wlll wln very 6aSlly Look there the parade IS startlng already wlth drums and torches leadlng the way Leave lt to Paul to produce somethlng spectacu lar Blll who always llked to argue wlll talk hlmself lnto the presldency yet Bruce s qulet frlendllness has won many followers for h s boss too I can see Frances raclng madly through the crowd vettlng the scoop of the year for the Llma Lantern the new paper ln North Llma I hear that there IS a rush to meet the deadllne elery day now lnstead of lust once a month Woulont that be awful" Rufus seems to be haxlng the tlme of hls llfe wlth hs l'an on the Scere radlo program Though Stfaylng sllghtly from hls sports coxerage he surely enjoys talklng to people here at these excltlng campalgns Oh oh there goes the buzzer to jolt us back lnto 1948 and reallty And es en though we were Just dreamlng lts gratlfylng to know that the SQHIOFS wlll follow thelr tal ents and llxe up to the hlgh expectatlons of thelr teachers and thelr other classmates The world wlll change ln the next ten years and we hope the class of 48 wlll be ln the mldst of the work strlxlng to make thelr world better to llve IH I 9 - , . . . .,.. . . , - . . , . . .., . ., . . . , . 1 I l - .. . , . , . , . . . , , . , . . . .. , . , . , . - , v ' ' , . , . . . . . , - , , - . , . , . .. . . , ' . . , . , . - . 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Y X FM , x is ' H A' fy f.,r- f RV-, 'A 3 Q bf 'M' x ' ', , P ,v J 6 Q Mal' M lui 9- 1 49 ,L I li f 5 f f , DE' I I f 19418 CLASS WILL WHO DIED CLASS OF 1948 WHEN MAY 17 1948 WHERE NORTH LIMA OHIO CAUSF OF DEATH INTELLIGILNTITIS On this the seventeenth day of May in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and forty eight we the Semor Class of North Lima High School being of reasonably sound mind do hereby bequeath to our beloved underclassmen all of our fondest memories and well worn possessions Tom Buchanan our very able President and trombonlst and humorlst leaves his ability for handling a class to Nelson Mentzer To David Dyer he leaves a mellow trombone and to 'VIr DeVenz1o he leaves his full repertoire of Jokes To Esther Heindel Frances Janosik bequeaths her trade secrets for printing the Llma Lite and to any two or three hard working persons she gives her many other tasks Paul Steiner rellnquishes his shy reserved manner toward girls to Leroy Welkart To any one who mlght apply for it Ruth Culp leaves her bass horn with the assurance of much hard work to come Otis Rowe wishes to give to serious minded Richard Shank his carefree and mis chievlous attitude Bob Carr wishes to present a few inches of his height to John Prosser with the hope that John will grow skyward instead of to the port and star board To Nancy Scattergood Jackie Lamb deslres to will her commercial ability and her quiet manners Bruce Geiger would like to present Bottleneck with a book entitled 'The Mystery of the Missing Chemistry Book From Christy Clprlano to Jim Frank goes a large portion of natural football ability with the hope that it will be well used To Roy Weaver Don Anderson relmquishes his beautiful figure tper fect 1323 and with it goes a fine sense of humor Probably all the high school girls would like to have Ernie Brewers red hair but sorry girls Ernie wouldnt be the same without it Yvonne Swank bequeaths to some aspiring artist her mighty useful drawing ability Mel Taylor leaves to Perry next years band Jack Hall leaves his sympathy Glenn Scattergood bequeaths his well used grin to Joe Lamancusa Virginia Kreldler leaves and Mrs Dyer is heart broken Marilyn Lenz IS the reclpient of Virginia s amazing skill in history To Charles JanOS1k Bill Musselman leaves all the Flghth Grade girls with the exception of one To some lucky girl Nancy Ziegler leaves her talent for attracting boys Jim Dinsio desires to give Dick Anderson his football skill and his curly hair To Jack Mentzer Glenn Whan gives his beautiful push shot Twyla Casity leaves her pleasing manners to several worthy Eighth Grade girls To Bob Mulligan Bill Frank gnes his loxe for arguing Anna Wellman bequeaths to Barbara Leonhart her large storehouse of English Bill McDorman leaves to Jerry Paulm h1s curly locks and to some unlucky soul his worries as Sports Editor To those who may need it Albert Spencer be queaths his ability for being a faithful and helpful friend To Marilyn Houghton Jane Dalrymple leaxes her talent for making friends and her typing ability To the school board and all the faculty we express our ferx ent thanks for the pa tience and quidance which they haxe gn en us To Mr NVard we declare the hope that this our first will and testament will be carried out to the xery fullest IN WITNESS of three dozen plus eager Juniors we the Semor Class of North Lima High School do humbly ascribe our names and affix our seal this sexenteenth day of Vlay in the vear of our Lord IQ-18 0 Vanpelt his rhythmic gait and his talents in football. To the student conductor of PACE 71 The HFIPHQD WHEN SENIORS WERE YOUNG FRANCES DONALD AIIPER SUN JPCK HALL I'Xt.I " Abi me oomfm 509 CARR 3 9 1! 1 f ' A . 16.3- , - .1 ui g , X 'L " f N N ' kg."'- f 5. M wx., .Af .,-! .lff .W.fN. -' M f':- . rswv by 4 .i F1 wx. 1 ,A v 3 , 1 E 4 vu-gvvx vvyuuuvryg vw'- - , 1. , 4 , ,Y D f . 0 t A t . - ' n . . ,. 4 O, A Of IHQMIL8 WHEN SENIORS WERE YOUNG BQLL MVS!!!-MAN iilihlivwm BILL FRANK "' QW' CHRISTY CIPRIANO Wimm MELVIN TAYLOR 'ana'-1 at Q-ns Rowe NANCY ZEIGI-EK I -'XFF 72 -. v-"fnJ1 'Xi J 1- .4 f A xl P I J HO S fl llllll X NV Bu -1 r-n D- Pi UU Cl. n-n fn -1 A. X1 'LI d PU U UMD 03-1 H0 I 1 ,.... D C3- 7 VXJSTIO 31 O :S D-'U ro p-1 v-Q W Il JO- '45 ..- ff 7' 0130 J X80 I h-n u-1 P11 'O rv fo ,-.- U11 I J JIX CI I L11 130 IU fo J NX J CU :ErI n-I :xii p-1 D. U' D. FN WFD .I7 177 Lp uoudu IS 1 H Lll 1 f O n-A n-a N-1 -U O SU v OO IMI I ddv I U I B HO Vx 1 TX 3 -FJ' I U U SJ H 15 XI P 1' -.- ...- nzn X SPX HO 7 S 13 JN EI n-s BIN a . 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I .1 14, ,ma smumd mpeg siulofj .1051 u93gH91u . 111.13 H5915 1 .nlnkm soqs .1 ' .1:Jrlon.1kL Heqloofl gzgqlw of Aulrzal .noun S ,mc Ng,mIg-,y,ig ,uf M SQXJ-any .Inq ml A uug gsm 90' .iddu Lluzuluqw , :funk :dn-oso 3 zaxnlnj zssauxiealu zuogssnldxk :. . endd :. fx-4 '5"U D- rs U5 -1 O'I U Ii V I WI 9 I J' P11 r-1 Sco'VY 'lf lc-lf, 41 ,gc GQOVN ,xv fi '91, sf V-'N Lpziw The lllf14l'3llHll1D JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW tleft to rlghtl Gladys Webster Wllma Stock Ardlth Cullar Marllyn Houghton Charlotte Melllnger Vlctorla Walczesky Jean Bleber Martha Parson Dorothy Dickey SECOND ROW Mr Popelka Donna Llndqulst Anna Mae Sahll Martha Kurtz Jean Melllnger Nancy Scattergood Esther Helndel Evelyn WEISBH berger Mlrlam Crouse THIRD ROW Rlehard Anderson Nelson Mentzer James Schmldt James Frank Robert Cottom Dxck Galther Melvln Culp Jerry Paulln FOURTH ROW Jack Mentzer Ralph Martln Rand Wxlllams Leroy Welkart Fred Mentzer Leon Grlfflth Perry Vanpelt Ray Summer Robert Mulllgan Not Plctured Ifdna Mae Smith Margaret Kerr Harold Horst IUNIOR CLASS HISTORY A few days after school opened for 1947 1948 our Junlor class elected the follow mg offlcers presldent Nelson Mentzer uce presldent Leon Grlfflth secretary Jerry Paulln and treasurer Bob Mulligan Mr Popelka our class sponsor proxed very helpful and co operative ln all our class projects and plans The HCIIVIIIGS for making money mcluded skatlng part1es selllng refreshments at basketball games glXll'lg the Junlor play selling potato chms pretzels and candy durlng the noon hour and sollcltlng magazme SUDSCYIDIIODS Members of our class partlclpated m many extra curricular actlvltles namely Orchestra Band Glee Clubs H1Y Keen Teens Llma Llte Staff Basketball Base ball and Football Teams The class was very actne ln sports Six members of the class were on the Reserxe Squads and tv1o on the Varsity One of the managers one majorette md the four cheerleaders were also jumors The Junlor Senlor banquet was held ln Mahonmg County Club on the fourteenth day of May and both classes xull long remember thls speclal ex ent Our class has made a great deal of progress m its junlor year and we hope that we cm mike our senior year men more successful l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . , , , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 4 , , . 1 - . 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PACE 26 SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW tleft to rlghtl Marllyn Lenz Mildred Wltheritlne Bertha Vanpelt Suzanne Kayatl Phyllls Stalnes Joan Smlth Ada D1ns1o Rae Lamb Sally Wallace SECOND ROW Lowell Sltler George Creelman Barbara Leonhart Betty Boyer Barbara Culp Eumce Melllnger Mary Jean Stonerook Marlan Setley Mr Burkholder THIRD ROW Charles Horst Sant1no Lamancusa Wllbur Yoder Tom Crump Donald Welkart Quentin Cllngerman Rlchard Shank Ph1l Proeeer Joe Lamancusa Not Plctured Clarence Mueeelman FRESHNIAIN CLASS FIPST ROW 4 eft to rlghtb Edxth I arnexmuq Ar ene Houbhton Jean Plummer Jane Stock Dorothy Cearna Betty Beauchamp Nlarcella W alczexkx Nlahle Xanpelt Eleanor Greaeel SECOND ROW Elxte Xanpelt June W1ll1amx Ahce Pfexster -Xrlene W ltmer Grace KHNHII Opal Beauchamp Ehzabeth 'Nemenz Del1ghtArkxxr1ght Nlr DeX enzlo THIRD ROW John Proiier Arthur Bauman Kenneth Roller Robert Work Lueter Nlellmger Lowell Wellman Gerald Janoelk Bxll Sauerxneln FOLRTH ROW Donald Rodenhaugh -Xrthur Spencer Dwlght Lnffer Fred NPYYIPFI7 Da ld Hall Row W eaxer X t Plctured lohn Blakeman Dlclx Bregar Ctne W elxenhereet I Y Y 1 I ' 4 , . , Y v . , , . . , v. , A A- A . 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' , ,X : , '. l t IC HTH GRADE FIRST ROVK tleft to rlghtl Rlta Wxtherstme Gertrude Kreldler Betty Mauch Dorothy Good Laura Spencer Bexerly Rarger lNancx Crump Ruth Yoder Dorls Chngerman SP CGND ROW John Burkholder Nettle Dans Joan Shank Vlfglnla Carr Mar 1or1e Spxres Jane Wemenherger Janet Powell Maxme Smlth Carole Roller Niles Warrlck THIRD ROW A1l1n Welkart John Morey James DlCk9y Davld Dyer Bull Smlth Charles Janoslk laek Muller Thayer Brown Jumor Hasness Ronnn DeRhodes Lester Seldncr FOURTH ROW Donald Barnhart Ward Moore Sam Harnevlous Glen Martln Roh Cox Walter Kellnor Roderxek Huehert MHUFlCQC3lN1U B111 Collms Danny Groom Not Pictured Ruisell Kerr U 4 SEX EN TH GRADE Allce Nlellln er Martha Cearns 'Nlargaret Nlartln Charlotte Kugler Carol Good Nancx 'Nloore 'Vlarllxn Plummer SFCOND ROKR Ronnle Rapp Helen Stock Nannettc Llngo Carol Pllls Shtrlu XXIIIIAHIN Dorls Arkvsrlght Betty Lou Broun Iamar Shoemaker 'Xlrs Nlorgan 'IHIRD ROVK John Xanpelt Daxld Vlltmtr Rlchard Hoder 'Vlflxm Cast Pitt Hellman Duck Hoxwll Clfn Sauerueln Auhrex Shcnlttold Raymond Yodfr Daxld Xndtrson HDL RTH RUXN Carl VK ehstfr Thomas Vlhltfleld John Thomas L on C asttx lzrxx Sr h tr ffm Rlrhard Kugler lean Rlakf man Tom Crlfftths Alla rt Stelnfr Dlxld I axlsh Not Plrturfd Thflma Kfrr Thomas Calmto I 1 ' I X Hx I -A . . t X 3: I Q M I Z.. PY k. , Av V, FIRST ROVK' lleft to rightl: Eleanor VVhitfleld, Marilouise McGinnis, Ila Mae Mains. SIXTH GRADE FIRST ROW lleft to rlghtl Constance Plasket Mary Frances Galxoto Susan Dal rymple Edlth Spencer Sandra Crouse Zella Moore Barbara Cllngerman VIOIB Rlehl Maman Romeo Lols Jean Pfau SFCOND ROW Vlto Lazazzera Arlene Schaal Charlotte McCorm1ck Shxrley Ellls Shlrley Lawrence Shlrley Haney Fluabeth Koch Bomta Pvans Ahce Vanpelt Lena Lazazzera Mrs Brady THIRD ROW Edward Blllet Wlllard Vanpelt Nlck Shlrllla Jack Dyer Harry Swank Thomas Welsenberger Rlchard Brown Jason Shaum Paul Mlller James An derson James Kyser Charles Gmn FOURTH ROW Robert Ackerman W1ll1am Wltherstme Dale Mauch Clarence Blake Joseph Vaughn W1ll1am Robertson James MCGIHHIS James Codner Donald Roller Roy Vanpclt D3X1d Culp Robert Smlth FIFTH CRADE FIRST ROVK lleft to rlghtl Allce VS ork Joan VK eater Jean Slouffer ShlI'lEN Nlir tm 'Nancy Herden Nllldred Rosme Noreen S7eue Xlckl Taxlor Ruth -Xndcrson X erna Sxsope SECOND ROW Joanna Stelner Baxbara Codner Barbara XX ellendorf Joan Back Rosemarle xKlIhQI'SIlI'lC Norma NX rxght Nlar are! Thomas Rachel Blakcman Ruth Laurence Palma Dmslo Nlr Lehman THIRD ROXX Bob Rox Darxl Shenlliel Lexus Dax 18 Jerrx Nlorex Anna X aug,hn Yxonne Harte Constance Nlaxgax Tommx Lawless Tommx Xhse Duls Fnnex Lt on ird NICGIHHIN FOLRTH RUXX Nelson Shaum Ronald Smlth Amll Dmslo Rlchard Nlentzer Harold l'sas7a Harold Casltx Ronald Heaxen kenneth VK eaxer Pdum VR elsenbcr er Fduard Ratlschenbacl' . Q ' . , s , 4-'f '. If 1 4 - v 1 1 -v , , , . , . . , , , , , I ' V V v ' 'V ' n v 1 V V ' l I : . , 1, z - . - 'v . A I . - sf Y, ',' . . 'f . V '. . ' fs r ' . ,,. i . ,. . . , .. U i X , I Ls, A -,. . v . A., . ". ',, . , - L . N A . , . ,, , . I - A, FOURTH GRADI' FIRST ROW tleft to rlghtl Alxce Welsenberger Janet Wlse Beverly Dlckey Mary Huebert Nancy Sheely Joan Shoup Judy Roller Phyllls Barger Arlene Cum berledge Ethel Kugler SECOND ROW Eddle Kyser Arden Sauervyexn Lester Martln Davld Vanpelt Patty Lawless Betty Robertson Leah Gall Culp Karen Close Jacob Vanpelt Eugene Smlth Roy Mauch Jack Hampton THIRD ROW Jlmmy Cearns Wayne Beck Wade Beck Bllly Kreldler MCIVIH Smlth Lee Brooke Donald Wellendorf John Bauman Jlmmy Burkholder Theadore Gagnon FOURTH ROW DaV1d Cllngerman Donald Ackerman Kevan Crouse Ralph Brown Bruce Plasket Larry Freer B111 Mack Jlmmy Shank Henry Nemenz Larry Houclt THIRD GRADF FIRST ROVK tleft to rlghtb Kay Rapp Karen Hasness Helen Horst Dayyn Shot maker 'Nancy Vyeber Barbara Smlth Judy Ylorey Carol Lnderyyood Margery Lenz SFCOND ROVS Sandra MacFarland Carol 'Vlartln Paullne Ludt Lo1s 'Nlartln Lor ttta Xanpelt Kathryn Vyeayer Lenora 'yiellmger Fsther Yoder Pachcl Wenger Nancy Stock Edlth Shaum THIRD ROVS. Mrs Haney Norman Parlsh Carl Bregar Roger Smlth Jerry Shen mal Robert Blake Kenneth Broyyn Flllmore Crump Samuel NICGIDHIS Rolland Gagnon FOLRTH ROVS Allen Herdle James Vyetter Lloyd Xanpelt Floyd Xanpelt John Vyltmer Donald Harshbarger Bobby Toyarnak Rlchard Crouse Rlchard Fyans Dayld VK olfgang . . J : - . - , , I v r v ' 1 - , . ' ' ' . . . 5 - y , V 5 , , . y ' V V Y v 1 V' l l , 1 . J ' ' . , A li. .A 5. . - ,- , . b' 1 ' . b ' v A V ' - A ,, , .Q Delores McCay'e. ' ' V ' '. , y f ' . ' ' , . ' , . '. V , V . ' A - ' 4-V. . L. , ' ' L ' I , I . 1 ' ' ' ' V ' v. v v ,r Y Yr V' . . ' , ., V " ' X V ' , I V . . -' ' ,. V l SECOND GRADE FIRST ROW lleft to rlghtl Judy Flxcklnger Judy Cooley 'VI1r1am Zlmmerman Ruth Ann Swope Vlfglnla Weber Carroll Flton Lydla Boardman Naoml Rlehl June Morey SECOND ROW MISS Mentzer Patrlcla Day Ardell Cook Laura Martln Mary Lou Jones Rachel Culp Julla Grlfflth Mary Enney Caroline Welaenberger Ruth Vanpelt Wllma Sauerwem Barbara Schneider Mre Laughlln THIRD ROW Donald Beard Byron Flchorn Danlel Stemer Bllly Romer Myron Wehr Jackle Roy Gary Houck Lonnle Wellman Jamee Greaael Roy Brown FOURTH ROW Harry Arkwrlght Joe Kugler Blame Heaven Bobby Szewc Day 1d McCla1n John DBVIS Robert Good Dennm Ackerman Ronald Woode Maynard Falb Dav d Layyle Q Not Plctured Peggy Prosser Sandra Noble Delbert Cerlach FIRST GRADE FIRST ROV! 'left to rxffhtl Darla Nlae Smlth X lfglflla Elton Judy Hack Nlarcla Shaum D1ll1e Lou VS eber SECOND ROW 'Nlrs Laughlln Dann Vyhxtfleld Xlrglnla Back Nlartha Caddee Laura Jean Reed Darlene Arkyyrlght Hazel Rnodex LaLna Rlcharde Nlargaret Grlfflthb Luella Falb Karen Weber 'tire Nlentzer THIRD ROV. Day 1d Conkey Rtchard Hereman Emma Ruth X anpelt Betty Szeyyc Betty XX ells Nlary Xanpelt yalera Xl eayer Judy Thomae Elleen XX ork Carol VS ehr Arthur Saueryy e1n Donald Seldner FOLRTH ROW Dtck Slagle ueorge kugler Albert Blakeman Raoul DeRhodex James Kurtz James Blake Robert Martin Phllxp Taylor Nxlllltilnl Vlerden Fdyym Harshman YK ard Brooke 'ohn 'NIcCreg,or N . . .. : D , . ' L . . I . V V v v ' 4 v Q V I " . ' ' , , ' , v 1 1 -- - 3 , V1 V , -- V ' I -:1 P v .A u ln 1 : , ' , 1 ' . MacFarland, Barbara Lawless. Jean Orr, Lenore Rosine, Carol McGinnis, Kathryn . ' ' . v y ' v , k ,' - v ' , v ' ' ' :I ' ' V 'T x 1 7 . B. , ky . I '. . xv U I 1 Y V The llBll2llHlllD RHYTHM BAND The Rhythm Band IQ composed of the boys and glrls ln the first and second grades As far as oosslble the chlldren chose the Instruments they wlshed to play It was necessary to spend much time ln practlclng wxth thls group as not all chlldren had the same rhythmlcal ablllty The first grade children also found It to he a new ex perlence ln thelr school llfe Peggy Prosser a second grader was leader of the group and dld an outstandmg Joh It ls the hope that these chlldren wlll rind muslc entertalnmg as well as educatlonal and wlll contlnue ln some muslcal field Thxs group made 1ts first appearance on January 14 1948 at the Communlty In stxtute when they played Ten Llttle Indlans Pop Goes the Weasel 'The Muffm Man Marching Around the School Room, and Yankee Doodle The members of the band are eagerly antlclpatmg a performance at the Muslc FQQTIVRI thls sprmg PAFF 'll . . . , . . . .. , . - , v v ' , - , 4. - - H H H . - ' - 1 vu 4. - rv 44 H , . l 1 A ' .- TI-ILETICS CHEERLEADERS: Dorothy Divkey. Esther Hs-ineln-I. Nanvy Sfattergoml. .lf-an Beilwr. The IMEHGD QWM6 DCU! DOWN DANCIN PAGF 34 STRIKE ON!- MRKE IT G-009 Of 19948 FGOTBALL TEAM THF potent North Lrma Srx 'vlan Pootball Team ended thc 1947 1948 season wrth a total of 8 games won out of the 8 fames played and presented Coach Popellta mth hrs Hrst undefeated season Tht season started out a llttle slow rn the first game wrth the Zlppers soon commq to therr full strength to oxeruhtlm all of the odds rn cluding the mythical State Champs North acltson fha T and srnglt wsrng f0lIT'ldIlOflS rnttrmlngltd xslth povstr spud good blocltlng ind a dtadly rcrrrl rttaclt mrdc rcombrnatlorr wshlch the opposrtron xx rs unrblc to stop On tht defense thc squad ws rs txcrx brt is formrdrblt as on tht offtn t urth 1 hard hlttrng lrnt brclttd up bs 1 trght sccondarx lhc rtcltrng up of 1 total of 300 pornts compared mth 19 rttarntd bs tht opponcnts rxcs tts own cxplmrtron of the suemssfulncss of thc st rsorr North Llma North Lrm 1 North Lrmt North Lrm 1 Salrnexrlle 18 N YN rterford 0 l'a1rfreld 14 North Itcltson h North Lrma North Llmr North Llma North Lrmt Salrnexrlle h N YN aterford h l'a1rheld 2 North rcltson f P-XFE 35 .4 me 'X K ' n f v. 1 1 rv L1 Iv 3 ra I 1 , l g . 1 x 1 rf f' .1 . 1 3 1 r 1: 1 v rf v E .C 1' 1 l I 1 Y v v 3 r 1 D - b t K 1 -- ' ' . 1 cg 1 w v 1.. 1 1 r. tr l Y K A " .I ' ' , N .. . . . . . . , . . , ,-v T . , . , ,, , Q 1- ,pf ' 17.2 ' 1' ara L ' '. 2 'z ' v I s, 1.. 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Y . . , , . - . - . . 18..l . . . . ln I. . ., at The llE51l3lIHllGD Christy Clp CIPFIHHO-H3lfb3Ck Clp completed h1s fourth year of varslty football thls year wxth hlgh honors He was unammously elected Captaln of the football team of 1944 48 He led hxs team to the highest place ln the county the Slx Man League Champlonshlp Besldes bemg the most conslstent ground galrer Clp was the passer of the team He wlll be greatly mlssed for his drlvlng form was the msplratzon of all the squad members Robert Bob Carr uarterback Bob ns a blg boy 6 foot 3 mches who doesnt look llke a quarterback but what he lacked 1n physlcal requlrements he made up for wlth h1s knowledge of the plays and each of the backs usefulness Bob was stellar on defense and offense He was a beautlful blocker and a hard tackler Thls was Bobs thlrd year of varsity ball and he can feel justly proud of h1s achlevements on the grldlron ames lm Dmslo-Halfback Jlm transferred from Goshen to Sprlngfield and from Sprmgfleld to Llma for his last year of football Although he IS small Jlm made up for h1s deficlency ln SIZE Wlth his speed Jlm was a constant threat wlth h1s breakaway runnmg He also Was a XICIOUS tackler and a demon of a blocker Jlm often stopped a runner before the boy could even plck up speed Also many tlmes he threw the key block for h1s own runner Jlm too wlll be mlssed from next years lmeup Donald Fat Anderson Center Fat was well placed on the l1ne He was always there on those smashlng lme plays throwmg h1s welght 1nto the oncommg runners legs On offense Fat hand led the ball smoothly and efflclently It was always where It was supposed to be stralght back and hxgh for the klcker low and smooth for the quarterback Fat IS also a Semor and h1s bulk will be mlssed up front over the ball Melvln Mel Taylor End Mel thrllled the fans and 1nsp1red the team with h s br1ll1ant pass catchmg long puntmg and tough offenslve play Mel completely dvsrupted the other team s back field wxth h1s hard chargmg and sent them to utter defeat as he got behlnd the pass defenders and gathered m the passes from the arm of Clprlano Mel came from Goshen to play h1s last two years of football for Llmas Zlppers Glenn Glenme Scattergood End One of the most dependable men on the team Glenn was always there when the enemy became tough He played a game of stralgh thmkmg hard football always playlng to the best of his ablllty A dependable blocker and steady tackler Glenn also stood out as an expert pass catcher Glenn lxlse Mel Carre from Goshen for h1s last two years of football Thomas Buchle Buchanan Halfback Buchle played h1s last year of ball as a valuable sub At one tlme ln the season he was converted to a quarterback and then back to half where he stayed Buchle was always trymg hard and puttlng out all he had Many tlmes he would have gotten away except for some lucky hand whlch always seemed to grab h1m around h1s ankle Buchle was xery popular wlth the boys and h1s wlt and humor x 1ll be sorely mlssed Albert Al Spencer Halfback Al also played h1s last year of ball Returmng to Llma after two years IU Gramplan Pennsylxama he prox ed a xaluable sub untll he was hurt He had a head IDJUFQ and wasnt allowed to finish the season as an actlve player Al would hate seen a lot of action had he not been mjured All of the boys held Al ln respect for h1s gameness and his Hghtlng splrlt ' as ' as - ' .. - .. . . . 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' ' ' ' -I H . 1 PAFR 36 Of 11948 E The IGWIHIWD BASKETBALL TEAM The ZIPPERS were defimtely on the ball thls season endlng thelr play with 21 wms agamst 6 losses and brmgmg home two trophles one for Mahomng County Runners up and the other from the McDonald Sectional The Llma qumtet played two games at Kent but ln the second game the Mlddle Branch Diamonds put an end to their hopes of gomg farther The scoring was spread rather evenly wlth the Zlppers chalkmg up a total of 1209 points agamst the 944 polnts made by the opponents The shlftmg zone defense worked smoothly and was able to hold down most of the opposxtlon Helght also was used to the best advantage The Lowellvllle Rockets seemed to be the rnost troublesome opponent takmg the Red and Gray three times although by only a two pomt margln ln the first two games both of them IH overtxme perlods The Zlppcrs were also downed by East Pales tlne and the Sprmgfield 'Tlgers Bob Carr and Paul Lefty Stemer performed well enough to be chosen for the All County Ten The Reserve Squad also made a good account of the season by wmnmg 10 out of the 17 games played I -SRSITY BAQKFTBALL-I947 48 Lima. 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H41 24 1 ' .,A,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,....,,..,,,.. 25 50 ,,,r,rAt,,tcrltttct,t,,cttco.otto.....l. 24 53 octc....ttt..,.o.r.,.,...,c.....,.....,,,o,, 50 51 ' .,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.....,,,.. .42 34 " .,l,...,.....,,,.,.,,,...........,. 148 43 ' ' A ,...,..,... ....,........,... 34 A 45 " .........,,,,.........,,.,..,.,.,.,,.. 31 5 ' ' 4 t,t, , ft toot. ,.....tt 2 6 2. 1' A ottt 4 ,,otco,,,.,,,, ,,,.,-19 PACF '39 The lIE5tl3llHll4D PAFF 40 fri., Bob fLegsj Carr As first string center for the past three years, Bob has been the deciding factor ln many of Llma s vlctorles Thls year most of the plays vxere worked a round Bob and xt was hls Job to see that they elxeked Paul Uddlel Steiner In his second year on the varslty Paul has shown much xmprovement oxer the preuous years Paul h1t hxs peak ln the first game of the season and he has been a consxstent polnt maker all through the sched u e Glenn fSw1sh Whan Glenn IS the man to watch m the fast break for he can really travel Another way that Glenn breaks the opponents hearts ns through hxs beautxful one handed push shots the boy just never mlsses D1ckQButterballj Gaither Dlck IS the only Junlor on the first string and works wuth Glenn m settlng up the fast break Duck can shoot from nearly any posltlon and he vull be a mlgh y blg help next sea son Mel CWmdyl Taylor Another one of the tall boys Mel has learned to carry a few football tactles onto the bas ketball floor Our only 4 letter man from last year Mel has been a bxg help smce trans ferrmg from Goshen Blll fllufusl McDorman Though he has not sttn a great deal of action Bull ns ont of the best shots on tht squad In hls flrst year on tht xarslty Blll has been an ablt rtplatt mtnt when somt of tht boys wtre a llttlt tartltss lm fftronyl Frank Jlm ts probably the most at the player on the team for ht ns nn on almost exery jump ball I-Ie uses hls helght to good advantage and vull undoubttdly be one of the malnstays of tht eommg tampangn trry fChazzj Paulm Whenever thert ns a mm tor man defense to bt broken lust call on Jerry Ont ot tht btst drlbblers Lima has had thls promnslng Junlor tan rtallw handle a basketball Nelson CHew1ttl Mt ntzt r Another brlght prospttt tor next year Nelson lS especltlly strong on defenst Though not haunt, a wealth ol txptrltntt Nelson ls quxek to dugnost tht opponents wt tkntssts lltd ffrusl Ntmtm F ed lb a handx Itlloxx ln haxe around xx hen the e lose Xhth an uneannx lblllll for ehootlng from tht stde Gum should be a grtat htlp to next 'Seasons ttam Of M948 fi PAGE 41 'Che lllf54l3Irlll4D BASEBALL TFANI FIRST ROW lleft to rlghtl Jamee Schmldt Neleon Mentzer Jerry Paulm Dlck Gaither James Frank Glenn Whan Mr Pope-lka SECOND ROW Bob Mulllgan Paul Stemer Chrmty CIDFIHDO Melvm Taylor Bob Carr Glenn Scattergood Tom Crump John Promcr THIRD ROW FrneQt Brewer Wllham McDorman TRACK TFANI FIRST ROW fleft to rlghtl Neleon Nlentzer Robert Vlork Santmo Lamancusa Jam 5 Dmslo Ray Summer Oils Rovse John Proeser SPCOIND ROV! VS 1ll1am Nlc Dorman Prnest Brewer Chrlsly Clprlano Paul qIPlflfI' M1 lxm Taxlor Tom Buchanan Bill llluxv lman 'Vlr lleXfn11o PACF 41 1 4 J . . ,, . , , , v - v y - - - v v - . . , , , .. . , Y 1 A v . . v V X . . I 1 1, , , , . . .. . N v v v. . - . . . . 4' , ,Z , X . . ' I b. , Y P. , I ' . 5 -,' , .' .., . . . . 1 ' lu., . -A - 'L U w l 1, .., ACTIVITIES o GIRLS C LEE CLUB BX fir the lmcllcst ot all mclodx makers IN thc Glrls Glec Club NXhlCl'l has hccn clncctcd consccutlxcly through the xc ir by Wir FICOCQIII Vlrs Adcock ind Mrs Shank lhc hlrlx hixc ilu tp been IH dcmtnd to Nlflf., at x IFIOUS school ictnltlcs such ax thc Pllncc ot Pc acc Contcst md thc Commumty Instltutc Qornc of their taxorxtc numbers arc Grccn Cathedral Ital1an Strect Song, and The Broun Bc ir Utflccrs ot thc Glcc Club wcrc Franccs Janoslk Jackie Lamb Ada DIHSIO Flux hath NcmcnL and thc accompanlst Janc Dalrymplc BOIS ILLL LII B Ilup haw and NllX4I'X fnor xolcu arc skllltullx combined ln thc Bms Glef C uh 1 chllght ul Con tunltx In t tts the lnnu unc, Song of thf Open P0 n x ex 1 NU 1 r nor and humorou mnf x tm 11 4 1 K nm Imn Bu t t ll X n P-XGF 11 l 1 V, 1 Y ,I V 'E -, ',,. ' . , . . A, 'S , ' ,.' , v . ' , ,-. ,, 'w,. t v ,-yo "x ' l.'xE 'l I 'u I, "A S- r w 'Z B-D 1 rl " 1-f' 3 ew: 'z ' ta Y' 'et ' , V. . ,Z U ,, V. . " H . '. , ,"' . H , V ,Z I" ".,l, ' , ,, 4' ,,Y, . ,S f ' . . ' . . ' S' 12-2- , , , f V . , . . . , Y . , . ,I v ' l , ., , . . , , I ,I 1 .. , v, W. X? , 4 , , V. ' ' E. . ' ' , h-iv A -1 ' whivh has hee-n under the direction of Mr. Fieoef-lli, Mrs. Adcoek, and Mrs. Shank. A li' 'f ' tht- I tn s itt 1. 'I iz ' f ' 1 . ad" and "1 Jld M11 Hi wr." Th elf like to Sing tht- tall fs ' ites, A s 3 ,gf ul' llty. HIT' 'Q-rs of the Glu- Clul x 'ere Vhristy Ciprinnu, Rutue 3114114 ' un. ' ' ch: nun. and l -:tr-vmnpurwiet. Nt-lwn . Is- lit-V. NHXPD CHORIS Leadxng the choral groups ln popularxty 15 the Nllxed Chorus composed of more than fifty members of the upper four grades Organized ln 1946 under Vlr Fleoeelll the group now dlrectcd bx Mrs Qhftnk has slnee proxed lts worth at many of thc school muslcal programs The Mixed Chorus especially cmoys Sll'lLll"lf., hxmns Battle Hymn of the Republu and Goln Home nerr the two numbers sum, thls war at the iprmg, Nluslr I-estndl and their beauty lmpressed thc apprrmatlxe audi: nu The group elected Iohn Prosser and Dlek Walther as offuers Frances Ianoslk IN .aeeompanlst BXND ilorette llx XX t n ln mu Nlellmger Lamb Gflffllhs Jan ts lxx st r Sdxophones Frdnus Ilno lk ls rry rhaetltl French I-Iolns Phll Prosser It mx Xlorfx Txumpets Blll I-rank Rohr rt Cottom lamfs ilhlllldl Rlnd Xhllmms I7 lx Bra John Burkholder rombones oma Huh.-lnfan lbnld Dux l t M Leon A nx Nonmt XS rwht Urums Robelt Cox lonalrl Balnhfut Ronnie IN Rhode June Xlc-Clnnl 1 m R111 Fu p 4 Nl: Remu Y l-XfF4'u . , , . 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I , 7 YD KEElN TEENS The Keen Teens an OFQHDILHIIOU founded for the betterment of the commumty has completed many projects durmg, the year The club made up Thanksgwmg and Chr1stmas baskets gathered clothes and toys for a needy famlly made Chrlstmas COORIQS to sell serxed a prmclpals d1nner and sponsored a Go to Church campa1g,n durmg Lent Along vuth all thetr work the Keen Teens sponsored many part1es vuth the H1 Y for the hlgh school and a theater party for themselx es The Keen Teens the offlcers Frances Janoslk Yxonne Swank Jean Bxeber and 'VIar1lyn Lenz the adxlsor 'Vlrs Burge have all worked hard to attaln the hlgh goal they have set for themselves HIX The North Llma H1 H C'lul1 undex the ahle dlreetlon of 'Nlr Popelka and 1ts Offl tamed a hlgh degree of respect from 1ts memhe rs the faculty and the student body mth 1ts rel1s,f1ous program and Its safetx patrol Under the superX1s1on of the H1 Y mmlsters came to school to address the upper sxx grades the safetx patrol mamtam ed order IH the gxm at ll ln and noon Sexeral partles were held durmg the xear under the 1o1nt superuslon of the Keen Tee ns and the H1 X All ln all the H1 X h1s ma1nta1neel 1ts platto m Fo create Flldlnldlrl and extend throtlghonlt the seltool md eommumtx l'IlLh taneluei of C'hr1st1an Character . , . , -.V . , 'V ' -, ' V, . 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' . . , 5" PAPFZ t6 In CHO STAFF W1th slghs of rellef and smlles of contentment Mlss Stackhouse the hcho adxlsor Anna Wellman the edltor and the whole annual staff sent then' materlal to the prmter The most notable features of thlg yearbook are the beautlful snaps the lnterestmg artxcles and the outstandlng sporti Qectlon WhlCh features the champlonshlp football and baaketball teama hard work but lt was cheerfully done In order to make thxs ycars Echo tht best exer N X VX Wx ia! IINI-X Llrlh S1 -Xlala P-XGE 41 ' Y A Of course, getting the snaps and the advertisements, and writing the material was X N KX P av . Y, V gk N K Q5 V has -- X l . N K... at lx The llE5t13llHIltD AROUND SCHOOL Hey qu1t shovlng Jumor your turn comes after me' K1ds p1le out of school buses eager to see the1r frlends The long plod up the stalrs What I wouldn t glV6 for an escalator' Look g1rls here Comes Anna and 1t s only 8 29' Do you thlnk I can get 1nto margmal 1n tnme to be counted? Gosh how I w1sh I had that shorthand answer book Anderson turn around' Cant seem to put anythlng over on Mr Popelka eyes 1n the back of hls head you know Bell already" I wont be thls amb1t1ous aga1n all day' H1 ev erybody' Doesnt JaCkl6 look cute today" Beloved home room Glrls ganglng up to tell about the nlght before Boys Wllh arms thrown affectlon ately about each others shoulders wh1sper1ng Laughlng Please get 1n your seats o I can take attendance Oh those Sllly sen1ors' Announce ments from Mr Ward and plans for a busy day What class do we get out of today" Shade your eyes when you pass B1ll Hes wearlng that plnk and yellow t1e aga1n' Wonder 1f Mels green pants and Bruces red sweaters have anythlng to do w1th the tralT1c Jams 1n the halls" Ouch those locker doors are hard' Lost books Erme doggedly trylng to get r1d of that last basket ball pencll Nancy Has anybody got some gum" Yeah Nan but we re all chew1ng 1t Mr DeVenz1o qulckly qu1et1ng h1s DOISIETOUS crowded study ha peace Interrupted only by an occas1onal glggle from Jan1e Glenn d1d you get your Engllsh notebook done? Dont be s1lly' Why cant typewr1ters learn to spell" Legal forms and speed tests Pat1ence Mrs Burge Oh no not Engllsh class already? Gosh come on the door IS already closed Vocabulary Shakespeare I wonder 1f I should attempt college? How d1d I ever pass Junlor Engl1sh" Whos cook1ng ham and eggs ln the cafe ter1a" Boy and I dldnt eat breakfast' Class d1sm1ssed and Just 1n t1me B111 just falnted from exhaustlon' Where do we go from here' You have shorthand but I have Band or IS lt Mlxed Chorus Or a club meet mg" Jack leadmg the Band and lookmg very long ha1r Isnt lt mce the way Tommy s trombone drowns out the sour notes" Oh gosh d1d you hear my stomach growl" Ah lunch and semor semorlty Never mmd son your t1me w1ll come Eatlng on borrowed lunch tlCk9tS B111 balancmg trays Broken d1shes Personal conversatlons ln the halls Nancy and Marxlyn bravmg the cold to eat down town Throwmg snowballs w1th the Hrst graders Game between the Freshman and Sophomore glrls hmm DICE' Rufus start 1ng You Are My Sunsh1ne 1n home room What amazlng volces' Paul s1ng1ng squeakmg soprano and Bonny gruntmg low bass Senlors put your l0lllpOpS away before you go to class' Oh boy fun 1n government class today we won last mght' Passmg a l1ttle t1n d1sh to secure donatlons for coachs water cap and purple hearts for hlS spramed ankles Glenn gne Nancy back her shoe and what d1d you do w1th Chucks coat" Walt t1l I get my hands on the person who loaded my locker' Mr Burkholder how many en velope holders do I need to get an A ln shop" Lucky boys y1s1t1ng farms As 1f they dldn t already know how to m1lk cows' Fran d1d you get us excused to work on the annual or the paper" Last desperate rush to get Llma Llte out on tlme Anybody have a n1ckel for f1ve PQDDIQS9 Cokes and cookxes 1n the old off1ce 6th perlod shh xt s sup posed to be a secret' Ot1s and the other boys vettlng a yen for the open road but changlng the1r m1nds when they see Mr Ward s1tt1ng on the runn1ng board wa1t1ng Folled agaln' Paul mnocently wander1ng through the halls Duets and octettes Glrls Glee Club dlsturbmg seren1ty of Llma Wlth And the bxg brown bear sa1d woof' Such GXDYGSSIOD' Semester tests Head aches Report cards heartaches Some smart people sob sob Ruth what s golng on 1n the lab" Oh they re maklng new perfume for the next 1n1t a tlon party Poor klds' Glenn wake up Chemlstry ISD t that bad Book reports tomorrow " Maybe I better get a book Gee do you remember our Junlor and Semor plays" Glrls mak1ng new look 1n Home Ee It was much nlcer when Keen Teens made cookles' And passed out samples' Fred dy parad1ng the halls w1th h1s pant legs rolled u ' Vlfglnla typmg tests 1nky f1ngers J1m and Fat fall1ng asleep last study hall droopy eyellds Als long eyelashes t1ckl1ng hls nose Raclng to get that last note finlshed Books p1led up Ready to go The general chaos after the escape s1ren Oh I forgot the pep meetmg Umm we llked that cheer' Hope they dont ask me to say somethmg Coach rah' Yea team' See you to morrow' Arent you stay1ng for pract1ce" Hey commg to the skatmg Eacrtyo Gee I haxe a lot of homework but See you tonlght Bye 1 s' PAGE 48 . .--. ., - . 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Ag n gp in f .5 I ', ' ui:- Ng. v , ,Q gli' .fa L J' - l, fax ' wuz - 5. , Y .Q T if A ON, I'-VLH IW The 1lE5tl3lIHIl4D CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 2 First day of school and everyone happy We elect cheerleaders for the year and the w1nners are Jean Be1ber Doro thy D1ckey Nancy Scattergood and Esther He1ndeI Lucky boys 1n Farm Management class go on a conserx at1on tour to var1ous places 1n Mahonlng and Columblana Countles Today all classes xoted for then' offlcers Our cheerleaders proved today that they w1ll be tops for the rest of the year Flrst pep rally to get back 1n the good old cheer1ng routme Our first football game of the season w1th Sallnevllle lS a vlctory 26 18 Notice those cute cheerlead1ng outfits" Sen1or Class also has a busy day selectlng and orderlng name cards and ID v1tat1ons Gosh the rush IS startlng already ThlS IS the day WhlCh all Freshmen fear 1n1t1at1on day Yes the most h1lar 1ous event of the week was the Freshman In1t1at1on Party worms and all Mr Dlmlt came and took grade plctures for the annual Smlle or look ln telllgent Fveryone sm1led Another football game of the season proved to be 1n Llma s favor The score New Waterford O North Llma 34 My what busy days the Senlors have Today they chose class colors motto and flower and wlthout too much argument The first skatmg party of the year IS sponsored by the H1 Y What a terrlfic crowd' To start the day off r1ght we had an address glven by B1ShOp Derstme from Kltchener Ont Thls was the first ln a SETIQS of talks sponsored by the H1 Y What a happy day for the Jun1or Class the long looked for r1ngs finally ar rlved and my what joyous exclamatlons we d1d hear' Boys ln Farm Management travel to Wooster Experlment Statlon Arent those tr1ps fun" School has just started and we are gettmg a half day off already tTeachers meetmg J Desplte bad worklng cond1t1ons and too many lessons the first 1ssue of the Llma L1te was on sale today Fran proved that she Wlll be a very capable ed1tor for the school paper OCTOBER 2 A thrlll for the football team was play1ng a mght game under the llghts at Columblana stad1um w1th East Fa1rfield A thlrd stra1ght v1ctory w1th a score of 65 14' A feature of the morn1ng was another address glven by Father Bardon to the upper SIX grades Everyone came to school today wear1ng h1s best clothes and we hope hlS best sm1le for 1nd1v1dual p1ctures were taken through w1th flymg colors w1th a score of 18 6 such Joy' Sen1or Class sponsored the second skatlng party of the year Fveryone slmply had to attend' The Sen1ors are already th1nk1ng of Chrlstmas Now they are selllng cards and wrappmgs The school sponsored a Lyceum number for all grades today A four act play ent1tled Rtp Van W1nkle was enacted by Mr and Mrs Ellls Second football game Wlth Sal1nev1lle was another uctory for North Llma Reverend Mulllgan favored us w1th a t1mely speech th1s Monday morn1ng We see now where Bob gets all of h1s Jokes or IS It the other way around? Aren t those SEDIOFS exclted today" Oh play books arrlved' It looks as though North L1ma IS gomg to have a Stfalght vlctory for the whole football season Aga1n we take New Waterford by a 50 6 margln. A b1g mght for the k1dd1es was the Masquerade Party Wllh appropr1ate prlzes for the best costumes The Minstrel Show presented by the Commun1ty Chorus was a b1g success Halloween 1ssue of L1ma Llte on sale What attractne orange and black coxers' The Keen Teens sponsored a Hallowe en Skatmg Party at Kelly s Park Such fun' No school todav but not because of Halloween a teachers comentlon 1n Clexeland NOVFMBFR 3 It s actually good to get back 1n the old gr1nd after that short xa cat1on H1 Y presented Rexerend Baker as speaker on thelr Monday devo tlonal seruce to start us off rlght 4 Perhaps the most ant1c1pated v1s1t of the year was the comlng of Dr Hum bert Today the h1gh school students were adxlsed tn many ways but the SCDIOFQ st1ll seem pu77led 6 A Ing mght for the Semors was the Prlnce of Peace Contest Loads of con gratul.-1t1ons to our wmner Yx onne Swank PAGE 50 45 , ' j . I - . - 4- U .' U ' U UU ' U U' U . . 103 . . i U . H . ' 11- A- U' U ' ' ' ' ' ' - - . ui U. U ' U U '. . 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Ano ms :Au ENHTH orncsks I AFP' wx The ll'Ii5tBlIHll4D Another football vlctory for North Llma East Falrfleld was loser by a score of 55 2 The H1 Y had a hayrlde and many took gurls but what a ramy and wmdy night br r r r r Come on support the Jumor Class Jumor skatmg party tomght The Sophomore Class favored us wlth a humorous assembly program this afternoon Aren t we glad the Armlstlce was slgned on thls day" No school' Fmal game wlth North Jackson was agam 1n North Llmas faxor All of us can stlll see the score 15 7 North Lxma county champs' Brlghtly colored basketball pencils mvade classes Those Semors are cer ta1nly perslstent salesmen' 'The Chance of a Lxfetlme was presented by the Semor Class qulte a success A blg thrlll for the football squad was the presentatlon of mlnlature footballs of old Flrstgbasketball game of the season wxth North Lxma s st1fTest opponent was ln our favor Sprlngfleld 13 North Llma 32 Wlll you look at those Llma Llte coxers' Colored wlth crayons no less' Keen Teens deliver Thanksgnxng baskets Thanksglvlng Ex eryone eatlng thelr fill of turkey DECEMBER 2 Basketball game wlth Goshen North Llmas vlctory 43 19 Umm dellclous smells are filtermg through the closed Home Ec door Keen Teens are bakmg COOKIES To most of the students X rays are qulte dlsagreeable but they have to be taken A hard battle for the basketball team was the game with Bessemer but we always come out with the highest score we hope 39 36 It seems that Lima IS wmnmg the games by close marglns thls time wlth Leetoma and the score was 45 42 Well well what small wonders the 1nd1v1dual pictures arrlve Some students are flattered and some are not Runnmg up the score between North Lxma and New Waterford was Llma wmnmg by a wlde margln 57 38 The H1 Y agam chose a speaker for the Monday mormng devotlonal Th1s tlme Rev Temple The State Champs of 1946 versus North Llma ln a tough battle all the way through but North Llma came ln wlth top honors 40 30 After many trymg weeks of rehearsmg and practlclng Mrs Adcock dlsplay ed a fine program of Chrlstmas muslc of all grades Keen Teens dellvered their Chrlstmas baskets Chrlstmas trees holly and umm mlstletoe' All H1 Chrlstmas party IS a great event' A very talented portrayer of The Other Wxseman was Messenger Mlller We were very lucky to have h1m for our afternoon assembly Lxma Llte IS read ln study halls today when teachers arent lookmg The Jumor Class dlsplayed thelr talent by enactmg a play entltled Grandpa s Chrlstmas Spree Thls belng the last day of school before Chrlstmas holl day everyone was ln a good mood 1nclud1ng our basketball team who won the game wlth Poland 46 42 Keen Teens and H1 Y go carolmg ln the snow then they warm up wxth hot chocolate and cookies at Esther s house Merry Christmas to you Merry Chrlstmas to you' Last year s graduates v1s1t school and tell tales of college llfe A basketball game wlth North Llmas alumm was an excltmg event as our hlgh school team marched off wlth the hlgh score over Alumnl 42 39 JANUARY 1 Happy New Year everyone' No school today' PACF 52 The game orlgmally scheduled for th1s evenlng was postponed due to an accldent resultlng IH the death of three Falrfield players Lxma wms the nmth stralght vlctory over Champlon at the Fleld House 37 18 The basketball game wlth East Palestme was quite a blow to North Llma as lt was our first defeat of the season 25 24 Oh how we hate to stay Indoors today when the blg whlte snowflakes are falllng all around outslde' Agam North Llma takes lt on the chm and IS beaten by Lowellvllle at the South Field House before a crowded audlence The score 31 29 Hey d1d you know the ponds are frozen? Now lt IS the Sophomore s turn to have their skatmg party A bxg crowd IS gxpicted and of course exeryone should see the newly decorated Kellys ln Surprlse' Happy blrthday Tom The Semors honor their presldent wlth a blrthday party Mrs Buchanan bakes the most delxclous chocolate cakes The annual Farmers Instltute wlll begm today and contlnue through the 15th How lucky the upper s1x grades are they get to attend all the mormng, and afternoon sessions' 10m-" ' ' ', '. ' ' A - ' ' - . 10- .. . . .. 1 117 , . D . K ' 1 .g I 1 V . 13f ' G Y' . ' 1 . . 14--C ' I' Q ' ' ' ' ' . ' . . ' , - 21 W' L ' ' 'I' , , ' . . . . . ' 24W " f" . ' . . ' ' ' 25--- .' v . . Q ' '. . ' . . 26ii . ' x . ' . Y K I ' v. K ' K l 26- . ' . . . 27- . ' ' 1 H ' ' A ., H 444- ,T -. . ' ' L ' . ' . ' . lot ' V ' " ' . . . . . - 12? 1 . 1 , 1 K 1 . A L . ' 152i . 1- 1 K L, l 1 1 . . ' 1677 , . L 0 1 Q .1 I 17- . ' ' L ' . ' 17- 1 . ., , , 1 . - ' ' ' wi I ll' ' ,VY I l 191 . . . . 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Joi' wow' I' MDF X-3 The llE54l3lItlll4D Mlss WHYFICR takes her rad1o crew 1n to VVFMJ to aud1t1on for Hlgh School Newsreel The Semors leave for Alllance to have thexr graduatxon p1ctures taken Oh goodness here s hopmg they turn out alrxght The th1rd loss of the season was the game w1th New Sprmgtield but th1s defeat w1ll be the last won t lt boys" North Llma proved agam that they can beat Poland oxer and oxer The score was 41 36 Honestly what these poor Freshmen haxe to go through to be a Freshman The H1 Y and Keen Teens had qulte a surprxse for them at the 1n1t1at1on party groan' Br r r lt looks l1ke zero weather IS here to stay' H1 Y and Keen Teens held thelr first jomt meetlng th1s year Those clrcus movles were fun 1n a Juvenlle sort of way The Zlppers versus Greenford tomght Another vlctory 65 28 North Llma presents Hlgh School Newsreel at WFMJ B111 and Tom lnter v1ew Johnny the surprlse guest and get the thrxll of the1r l1ves Qult shakxng your scrlpt Phll Do you want to knock over the m1ke"' Poor Semors w1th the1r long faces and fearful eyes Plcture proofs arrlved today Amb1t1ous Sophomores dxvlde 1nto two teams to compete 1n sellmg magazmes Trylng to make money already' The snow would have to stop' I was sure the buses couldnt get through th1s mornmg' I know nts cold gxrls but your plctures Just must be IH the annual' Whats that feverlsh hum of act1v1ty 1n the old OfflC9'7 Llma Llte gomg to press' L1ma Llte made the deadllne aga1n just ln tlme Another vxctory over far dlstant Wellsvtlle Those long bus rldes are surely fun' FEBRUARY 2 Under the supervlslon of Mrs Burge twelve Keen Teens served a PAGF 54 3 dmner to Hfteen prmclpals and the1r wlves tomght It was actually fun except that the dlSh washer couldnt be used I wonder lf the cooks w1ll find the dlShQS tomorrow? They dxd We ate lunch today of Mahonmg Columblana County Frult Growers at Columblana Hlgh School Guess these trlps arent all pleasure the boys are supposed to take notes on marketmg and msect pests Overwhelmlng vlctory over Greenford How d1d you enjoy the band and ma Jorettes performlng 1n the dark" Arent those brand new basketball sults sharp? The boys can hardly Walt and Mr DeVenz1o has that tournament gleam m h1s eye H1 Y goes swlmmlng tomght at the Y Who brought that case of cokes up to the old 05.1099 Ah the pause that refreshes' Seventh and elghth grades show off thelr talent ln thelr assembly program Golly I never laughed so hard' Whew' We almost dldnt snag that 65 66 vlctory over Canfield tomght What a game' Three Senior boys suffer Wlth severe head aches Tom B111 and Clp take the Senxor Scholarshlp Tests thls mornmg Mothers Club served a dellclous spaghettl dlnner to almost 250 people ln the cafeterla mm mmm good Llma runs away w1th another vlctory thls tlme ll s Jackson Llma 63 North Jackson 42 Mr Ramsey gave a very notable talk to the students from seventh grade up The Semors and Jumors learned a lot ln thelr prlvate dlscusslon wlth htm afterwards L11 Dan Cupid struck once more as Valentlne s Day returned 16-Mr Ward makes the Semors yery happy when he tells them they can get out of school a week earller than the underclassmen But gee I wonder 1f we ll be able to keep up our end of the barga1n" Lowellyllle lucky aga1n From Llma s vlewpomt of course Lowellvllle 41 North Llma 39 May I cry on your shoulder" Mashed potatoes and gravy aga1n today" Hmm I just love those sloppy Joes' Semors get measured for thexr caps and gowns But Mr Ward when I find out I m really golng to graduate my head wlll get much blgger Flrst game 1n the tournament Come on boys Show your stuff' Freshman Assembly today Why they are almost as good as we were when we were that age' Just foollng klds It was wonderful Second tournament game Boys you gotta' Wonder whlch class has the largest percentage of pupxls 1n church yesterday? The Keen Teens arc agam sponsorlng their Go to Church campalgn 162 ' . . F' , l Y. ' . ' . 20- ' " ' f 1 . 21' ' ':Y ' - r ' . ' . . .. . ' 22- - - ,I ' ' 1 . ' b ' ' . . 23' .- I ' I t . . V. . . . . 23- ' L . v ' . . . u A , - . 24M , Q ,, " ' . " .- ' . . Q, .- 26- L ' . 'K " ' . .. . . ' I . ' 26 W . I. ' A . . . V I . L . . ' 27- I. U' .' Y . ' 28-" A ' K I , ' , ' ' ' . Qgi ,x . . . . . . . . . 30771. "2 . .'., . . Q 30- 'J - 1 . ' . I . ' . 3-The boys inithe Horticulture and Farm Management classes attend meetlng 3i ' 7 . l I ' h ' " V . . - 4- ' L . I ' ' ' '. I ' , 4- '- ' . ' ' L ' . ' 5- 1 . . . ' . , 6- .' , ' 5 . ' .- ' ' , . , 7m . i u . Q . . " ' . ' . wi. L U Q. v 14- ., ' : K A , . . r 17 - v " 1 '... ' '. ' ' Q, , . f ' , 18- .' ' . ' , ' ' . 19- ' u .-'. ' . . l , H 19- ' . ' . ' . 'Y . ' 20- ' . ' , r ' , ' ' Y 21- Y V ' . 3 ' .V ' V ' 23- ' .. . u U D U 1 ' H , U , THF CHANCE OF A LIFFTIME New businesses important transactions marriages neyy jobs every chance they had ever hoped for was going to happen in one day to the Powers Family but Mr Jones overslept and everything Went haywlre The rlot that resulted was 'The Chance of a Lifetime presented by the Seniors of 1948 The suave sophisticated criminal almost contracted S1500 from Mrs Powers but punctual fussy Mr Jones overslept and Fmily was late Mr Stafford mistaken as a salesman tried to deliver an important message to Phil who is occupied with Cheryl his pretty fiancee Lovely business like York her trumpet playing brother Louis her cute little sister Frisco and Aunt Sally a school teacher all have chances to do something big but Mr Jones saves them from great disappointments Aunt Sally and the principals wife concluded at the startling climax that each yyill use the ouija board to foretell her Chance of a Lifetime A CASE OF SPRINGTIME ious but sympathetic tale of a nigh school senior yyho falls in loye yyxth the principal s daughter The exasperated high school principal suffers along yyith Bobs mother and father yyho both find it difficult to cope vyith the problems arising from their sons magic tricks yyhich are supposed to impress Joan the principals daughter Bob a typical high school boy is put into eyen more trouble by the antics of his kid brother Dick and Dicks sidekick Gyyen yyho so humiliate the PTA ladies by a series of booby traps that the layy must step in Another high school couple are Just as surprised at the sudden turn in the action as the comic mystery loying maid is but eyeryone sighs yyith delight at the final embrace CS 19 K5 W 99 A "A Case of Springtime," presented by the Senior Class of 1947, unfolded the hilar- PAFF 55 C5716 llE54lBlIHll4D 24 -Senior English class tries to learn "Hamlet" But it's a good thing he isn't around to hear them! 25 -Take a sniff of Mrs. Burge's perfume? The whole Commercial Room smells like Spring. 27 -Well, well, the Lima Lite made it again. MARCH 12 ---Keen Teens upset the whole society system of North Lima with their Leap Year Party. The boys even got corsages! 19-A big thrill for the high school was the semi-formal dance in the beautifully decorated gymnasium .... Oh, what smooth music. The day after the night before Oh my aching feet' A huge issue of the Lima Lite came out today Since Easter is so early this year the bunny will haye to wear his fur Jacket to deliver Easter eggs' Goin out like a lamb this year March" APRIL 1 Plenty of vyisecracks in store for everybody today Hoyy did you like that silly issue of the Lima Lite" 16- Dont Take My Penny a comedy ln three acts was performed by the Junior Class before a large audience 23 A big treat for the kiddies is the Childrens Concert Oh please teachers can t we go too" If we promise to be good that ls" 30 Last Lima Lite for the Seniors Farewell old office we ll miss you dear mlmeograph goodbye correction fluid good luck and lots of fun Juniors MAY 7 What fine talent we have in our school' Aren t you parents and teachers proud of us" After exhausting Mrs Shanks and Mr Remicks patience the whole school performed at the Spring Music Festival Class Day today What those Seniors wont think of' Look at all the lucky ones who get out of school today' Last Semester Tests of the year begin This week will be an ordeal for every one Gosh I really should clean out my locker now Maybe Ill have time tomorrovy Seniors of 49 publish last issue of Lima Lite Very nice' Junior Senior Banquet is held at the Mahoning Country Club What beautiful girls and handsome boys we have' Are you going to press your corsage" Baccalaureate Services tonight For the first time all year the Seniors look solemn and serious Dr Humbert inspired the graduating class and the audience with his Com mencement speech Now we are ready and eager to go out in the world and take our places with our elders Oh golly I Just knew Id cry Parting IS such svyeet sorrove North Lima students come back to school for report cards last goodbyes picnics and my golly I forgot to clean out my locker' lConeluded from Page l7j Our unlor year under the guldanee of Mr Popelka was ofcourse very exelt ing for us for yye yyere alloyyed a feyy more privileges and also reeelved the honor of being associated yyith some of the Senior students in different activities We began to work hard at the bcgmmng of this school year in order to earn enough money to finance the unior Senior Banquet We sold refreshments at football and basketball games sponsored a Halloyye en Carnival and under the direction of Mrs Perry produced the play The Campbells Are Coming Incidentallv everybody seemed banquet yyhieh yeas for the most part in honor of the Senior Class It yeas a delight ful oe caslon and yye still belle ye it yy as the best banquet eyer glyen 'Noys me haye eome to our last year of high school the one yyhieh yye yyill prob ably remember longer than any other our Senior year Of course yye yyere gxyen first plaee in the cafe tern lme from the beginning a long ayyaited honor for Seniors only In lNoyember yye produeed our elass play The Chance of a Lifetime yyhleh proyed to be as great a suce e ss as our unior play 'vliss Stackhouse ye as our diree tor this time and helped us proye that yye were really greater drarnatists than folks thought After thi big eyent the Seniors settled doven and began to earn money for such expenses as the Senior trip and the Echo By eooperatlon of the class in selling cards sehedule pe ne lls e indy and other refreshments yee aecumulated a desirable sum to tdd to our xlre idy yyell adyaneed sayings Graduation day alyy iys eemes too soon or t e Se mor ye lr 1 eroys e yylt many sJeela eyents 'Ks yse eaye yee ta e yylt us 1 our tre :sured me morles ol sehool days md yep knme t dt t ey hall not soon be ore otte n 20- , . 26g . . . Q 28g . . . ,, ,, V. , . 29- ' ' ' , ' , . ll V PP . ' 7- . ' . ' ' . 10- . . . ' . ' ' - 13- , . . ' ' '. 14 i . .. .. .L S . s . . ' . ' Mi . - . .x . h wg , L . b 4 K A . . NA l . . . . . - . 1 ll ' Y YY 1824 . , Y V'-v ' e y ' . . . N Y' . X D M V mf - J - 's' y J ' p B A I ' s ' - - Y . 'S ' 7 9 A ' ' v ae X - as ' x V V . ' A e ' , 7 4 4 to enjoy this play. and it was a great success. Then. on May 9, 1947, we gave the ' l. 'x F' 1 I . u vx I 'C 5' L xi' x 1 vu K . rl I ' lv l i n A x C Z 1' x ,,T L . 'rl . 5' ' 1 v . vx 4- - ' . s 'Z ' s . 1 ' ' I 2 4 - V ' s s ' V , Y , , . , V , . Y . if , , ' ' ss V ' i . ' J 1 1 'Q 1' " -e f " 5. " A ' ' ' -2 -m qf -S. ,d.d Ph I I, 41.11 ,, ., " k- 'h :ell -1 - - ' 'h' h- ' s ' -f g - . ' PACE 56 fllqldlg 1 I ASS Dorls Bleber Fllsworth Blosser Geraldtne Bowen John Ctfalde Gene Crouse ALUMNI OF N L H S DF I9-13 Plttsburgh UHINQFSIIQ Goshen College Nlrs Phlllp Romtnger Truscon Steel Ohlo State bmxersltx Gerald Double Vlullms Nlanufaeturlng Co Barbara Fntrlken Student Nurse Robert Frank Western Reserxe Unwerstty Nlary Hasness Nlarlln Hemdel Joseph Kreldler Daud Kurtz Lloyd Ltndqunst Mrs Fred Drotleff Nlulllns Manufacturlng Co U S Army Kurtz s SCTXICQ Statlon Wolfgang s Service Statlon Nlabel Nlartm Nlortheast Ohlo Poultry Assn Glen MeCorm1ck Robert Mentzer Lots Nussbaum General Ftreproofmg Hess Motel Servlee Mrs Ray Zehr Dorothx Hasnes Fred Hxteheoek Frnest Kramer Carmelo Lamaneusa Kathryn Lelnbaeh Jean Rock Gladys Smlth Lorene Smlth Lottie Smlth Melxm Sehw artz Ralph Townsend Roberta VVebster Loulse Wellman Arma VS ltt Fdw ard Wrlght Wllbur 7e1gle r Nlrs Jaek Kundel Callfornta A8zP Columbxana Parmlng Goshen College Secretary Nlrs Jtmes Parker Goshen College Goshen College Ohio St tte bnlxerslty Farming Halnan s Restaurant Wellman s Creenhouse Secretary Ielephone Co Boller Co Columbiana CLASS Ol' I947 Kathryn Blosser Goshen College Orls Nussbaum Lllllan Oswald Phllllp Romlnger Vlwaudou Rose John Sheldon Rlchard Sltler U S Army Goshen College Youngstown College Mrs Charles Farmer General Flreproofmg Smlth Daxry Nlartha Sue Stelner Mrs Fugene Headtngs Robert Troyer UDIXGFSIIQ of Chtcago Nancy V! ebster Staekhouse Greenhouse Jmet Xhlllams Mrs Charles Bartholow CI -XSS OI- 1946 Ralph Baslnger Barbara Buchanan Rose matte C lprtano H trold Cullar Dorothea Culp Nlar aret Dalrxmple Xlable Dans Farmlng Nurses Tramlng Strouss Hlrshbe rg Co Ftrmxng South Sxde Hospltal 'Nurses Tralmng Xlrs Rax Kellx Floxd Guterbt Agnew Farm Nlaehlnerx Harold Brewer John Cottom Rxchard Crump Robert Daxls Luctlle Horst Theodore Horst Stephen Kavatl Allee Laughlln Charles Lenz John Nlarshall Ruby XIeDorman Nlullxns Manufteturlng Co Youngstown College Y8zS RdllWdy Co Ohlo St tte Lnnerslty Nlurses Ald it South Slde Calxtormx Otterbem College Heidelberg College General Flreprootmg Columblan 1 Lumber C o Youngstown Bulldtng Nlaternl Sz Fuel lo Anna Nlae 'Nlelllnver Goshe n College Jeinette Nlelllnger Nlrs Charles Dettlck Gr tee Sehmldt Nlrs Glenn NIeCornnek Robe rt Sehw artl XIUNKIHC um C olle ge Norma Seldner I-lshex Prlntln C0 James Steer -Xfllltllh L olle ge Nlartha Sw ope Coshe n C olle ge Jean Xhlllams Xt home P-XCF '14 O W ' O O O O 'f ' 1 ' ' ' ' 'A ' ' ' .. 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