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Q A 4 3 9' Q 1 -145 .," .ff f, 5 V' '4 3 '-,L 1,7 ,Lrymv , ' v v ,Hx- me jfofhn VIILUME XII Published Hy we jgnior gfada M1938 TIIIIY, lllllll Q llll 5' ' s!,:: .ima CIDNTENTS joy .fgflzific .Siackum Eeckcalfion .gzniom Kfclririeri CM mudic .Sanrio if .ibeakcafion In sincere appreciation of his work as Director of Athletics and of his constant eifort to develop good sports- manship and sound physical fitness among the students, we, the Senior Class of 1938, dedicate this "Trojan" to iam ,Jhhwafcl Troy High School, We hope that school year. Q f : . M M My 1 ,.. M . HEY ? -' W 1 ' 2 E is YT , - . lsfffgsii RICHARD WEIMER Assistant Editor ' ty '-fl V,-- 1 - ' ,Sri is 4 . 1" W: ROBERT DE WEEsE Art Editor me jfofdn The members of the class of 1938 present to the student body of the twelfth edition of the "Trojan" this 1938 edition may he a pleasant account of your W s s s-RFQ' R f. K 5 'K Q v . L PR: t E 31,3 SQ . sl Q M LAURA BELLE SAXTON Editor-in-Chief PARKE TAMPLIN Business Manager 'sf .K ...,., . I 1 A ' E, - wg, . ,. ..,, , R A sq mhz.. EEZ? 4 ff sinks MR. FRED PETTAY Adviser i ' ' ff p 1 W' is t ' 5 : ' . 1, fi 'sa X 't ww 5 was N, view? ka ft A 9 it i , , -A ' it if Q Miss HELEN SINK Adviser KATHERINE Gnoss Assistant Editor HAROLD SI-IAFCR Art Editor S rofkw' ja! BE'I'I'Y WORLEY ELLEN CHAFFEE JANET HANCE WILLIAM HARRELSON GENE LOUTHAN ROBERT HOLDER ROSEMARY KNOO MARY KAY HOUSER P DOROTHY WILSON JOHN DYE BRUCE GEISINGER BARBARA KNOOP DOROTHY ROSS HOMER RAPP MARY RUTH YOUNCE KAY GALBREATH CAROLYN ROBBIN JAMES FLINN EUGENE WRIGHT CATHERINE HANSF ORD S RUTH DINSMORE ROGER BISER GLENNA HOLFINGER ' ROBERTA LANDIS DOROTHY CRAMER MAGDELINE JOHNSON VIOLET KRAMER DAISY SHAFFER KATHERINE ARCHER CAROLINE STEINMETZ BARTON DAVIS MARJORIE ALLEN CHARLES HEATER Sm .xgafminifslfrafion DR. GEORGE E. McCULLOUGH V ice-President MRS. JOHNSON E. WEST MR. WALTER H. COLES MR. FRANK C. MONTROSS President MR. RAYMOND A. KERR Clerk and Treasurer MR. WILLIAM H. HOBART SUPERINTENDENT T. E. HOOK PRINCIPAL W. L. SWAIDNER MISS MARY A. BUTLER MISS HELEN A. SINKS MRS. NINA MARIE LADD MR. FRED B. PETFAY .fdcfminlbfrafion MISS DOROTHY E. THOMAS MR. FRANK H. PROUTY MR. C. W. WALTERS MR. CARL W. VESPER .fdalnfainirifrafion MR. WALTER R. STEIN MR. WILLIAM HOWALD MISS ELEANOR HOTCHKISS MR. DONALD C. BAY MR. L. E. JACKSON MISS MAY HOSBROOK MR. WARREN R. KINDY MR. DOUGLAS SMITH MR. ROY C. ZOOK MR. HERSCHEL APPLEGATE M-R. FRANK HUMBERGER MISS CLARA M. SCHUMM MISS BEATRICE BINKLEY .xdcfminidlfrafion MISS EVELYN A. HORTON MISS JEAN BLAKE MISS RUTH SNYDER MISS BETTY TOUCHMAN MR. ELMER FISH HERSCHEL APPLEGATE Troy, Ohio. B.S. Miami University. M.A. Ohio State University. Graduate work, Bradley Polytechnic. Industrial Arts. DONALD C. BAY Troy, Ohio. A.B. Otterbein College. M.A. University of Missouri. Phi Delta Kappa. Social Science. Library Supervisor. Junior Adviser. BEATRICE BINKLEY Troy, Ohio. Troy High School, 1932. Secretary to Superintendent. JEAN BLAKE Coumbus, Ohio. B.A. Ohio State University. B.S. Ohio State University. Music. MARY A. BUTLER Hillsboro, Ohio. A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University. A.M. University of Michigan. Graduate work, Chautauqua, New Yo English. Dean of Girls. ELMER FISH Troy, Ohio. Engineer. ELEANOR HOTCHKISS Ashtabula, Ohio. A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University. Graduate work, Ohio State University. Physical Education. EVELYN A. HORTON Cleveland Heights, Ohio. B.S. Kent State University. . Graduate work, Western Reserve University. Home Economics. Cafeteria. WILLIAM A. HOWALD Troy, Ohio. A.B. Heidelberg University. Graduate work, Wittenberg College. rk. Graduate work, Ohio State University. Physical Education. Athletic Director. Track Coach. Superintendent T. E. HOOK Troy, Ohio. C.E. Ohio Northern-University. A.B. University of Michigan. M.A. University of Michigan. M.A. Columbia University. MAY W. HOSBROOK Troy, Ohio. A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University. Gregg School--Summer Normal. my My .gzzcu fy Library School for Filing, Boston, Mass. Bowling Green University, Kentucky. Rochester Business Institute, New York. Commercial. Honor Society Adviser. FRANK L. HUMBERGER Troy, Ohio. Dana Institute. Graduate work, Columbia University. Graduate of Thomas Normal, Detroit, Michigan. Graduate work, University of Southern California. Music Supervisor. L. E. JACKSON Troy, Ohio. A.B. Muskingum College. M.A. University of Michigan. Social Science, Public Speaking. Debate Coach. Member of Forensic League. WARREN R. KINDY West Carrolton, Ohio. A.B. Manchester, Ohio. M.A. Ohio State University. Mathematics. MRS. NINA MARIE LADD Milledgeville, Ohio. A.B. Wittenberg College. M. A. Ohio State University. Beta Pi Theta. French, Latin. French Club Adviser. FRED B. PETTAY Troy, Ohio. A. B. Muskingum College. M.A. Ohio State University. Biology, General Science. Nature Club Adviser. "Trojan" Business Adviser. FRANK H. PROUTY West Unity, Ohio. A.B. Alma College. M.A. University of Michigan. Graduate work, University of Michigan. Graduate work, Harvard University. Graduate work, Ohio State University. English, Journalism. CLARA M. SCHUMM Troy, Ohio. Graduate, Lakeside Hospital School for Nurses. Graduate in Public Health. Western. Reserve University. Columbia University. School Nurse. HELEN A. SINKS Troy, Ohio. B.S. Miami University. Graduate work, University of Wisconsin. English, "Trojan" Adviser. Senior Adviser. DOUGLAS M. SMITH Cleveland, Ohio. B.S. Wittenberg College. Commercial. Football, Basketball. Coach for boys. RUTH SNYDER Troy, Ohio. A.B. Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio. Federal Commercial Art Course fcorre- spondence course for 2 yrs.J, Minne- apolis, Minn. General Course, Florida Art Courseg Oil Painting at private school under Mark A Dixon Dowd, St. Petersburg, Florida. YI. WALTER R. STEIN Celina, Ohio. Bliss Business College, Columbus, Ohio. Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Ohio. B.S. Wilmington College, Wilmington, O Commercial. BETTY TOUCHMAN Troy, Ohio. Troy High School, 1933. Secretary to Principal. Principal W. L. SWAIDNER Troy, Ohio. A.B. Indiana State Teachers' College. M.A. Columbia University. Graduate work, University of Michigan. Mathematics. DOROTHY E. TIIOMAS Oberlin, Ohio. A.B. Oberlin College. M.A. Oberlin College. Graduate work, Western Reserve. English. Dramatics Adviser. CARL W. VESPER Troy, Ohio. A.B. Ohio Northern. B.S. Ohio Northern. M. A. Ohio State University. General Science. Student Council Adviser. Tennis Coach. C. W. WALTERS Troy, Ohio. A.B. Miami University. M.S. University of Michigan. Chemistry, Physics, General Science. Hi-Y Adviser. Senior Adviser. WILLIAM WINTROW Troy, Ohio. Custodian. ROY C. ZOOK Troy, Ohio. A.B. Wittenberg, College. M.A. Ohio State University. Graduate work, Ohio State University. Psychology, U. S. History. Athletic Manager. Golf Coach. hio. 6 fbbLOQ.0uL 10435 enior Cfcwo Qmcerri WILBUR RICHARD MAXWELL President ROGER WAYNE BISER V ice-President MARY RUTH YOUNCE Secretary 4:-gf.. A I PAUL DONAVAN, JR. Treasurer fi A THE MIITTII . . . ."We Finish tn Begin" CLASS lIllI.llIi5 . . . . Blue and Buld eniom KATHRYN MAE ARCHER BETTY VIVIAN BLUE OSCAR WILSON ALLEN, JR. HELEN LOUISE BARKLOW' BETTIE4 CAROLYN BRIGGS F REDA MARGUERITE BROWN GWENDOLYN WARD BROWNE EVELYN ARMINTA CALLOWAY HELEN MAE CARSON JANET ELAINE CAMPION eniom ELLEN ELIZABETH CHAFFEE ROBERT DAVIS CLAUSSEN HAROLD EUGENE COUNTS DOROTHY MAY CRAMER MINNIE CROMER WILLIAM FORREST CHANEY JAMES O. COLLINS EUNICE .IEANNETTE COUNTS VIRGINIA CRESS WALTER LEROY CROUSE XP "-Q 'Q 'Q' we., gglf , .HQ '29 wif? eniom DOROTHY LOUISE DAVIS ROBERT KENNEL DEWEESE JOHN ALBERT ETHERINGTON BRUCE GEISINGER NAOMI MAE GOFF LEROY AUSTIN DARNER HAROLD M. DEGROFF RUTH DINSMORE JAMES R. FLINN ROBERT ORA GINGRICH ISARELLE MARIE GREENE KATHERINE ELLEN GROSS ALBERT JOSEPH GURKLIES MARY JUNE HARTMAN emlord JUNE CRIMES JOANNA MARIE GRUBBS MARY JANET HANCE RICHARD WENDELL HAWLEY CHARLES TOWNLEY HEATER WILLIAM E. HIATT 'IRS ,aww sf!-ff ,ma--...Y .J-ff" WWF ..,, QQ! eniom ROBERT JAMES HILL F REDRICK RAYMOND HITCHCOCK CHARLES KENT HODELL RICHARD HODGES GLENNA IRENE HOLFINGER WILBUR H. HONEYMAN MARY KATHRINE HOUSER PAUL FRANKLIN IRVIN MACDALENE MIGNONNE JOHNSON ELINOR JOHNSTON ESTI-IER IRENE KESSLER WILLIAM I. KISER MARY ELIZABETH KLINE VIOLET MARIE KRAMER LOIS MAXINE LANDIS eniom MARGARET KINSINGER VERA MAXINE KISTER BARBARA DALE KNOOP FRIEDA EVELYN KRESS GLADYS JO LONGANDELPHER SSRN MP Q fi -'Qu' page -ww ak if eniom HELEN PAULINE MCAFEE LORNA MACY ALICE MCMATH CARSON WALLACE MARKLEY DEAN B. MATTHEWS WALTER E. MEYER CLINTON ANDREW MOHLER JOHN LOUIS MERKLING LOUISE MAXINE MIKELS CECIL F. MOORE MARIBELLE MORRIN ELNORA MOUNT DOROTHY LUCILLE MYERS RICHARD ROY PEARSON HOMER EMERSON RAPP eniom 'Q RICHARD MORROW RAYMOND EUGENE MUMFORD JANICE THELMA NELSON MARY CELIA PITTENGER gg 4 N x 4-QUWFNIP' DOROTHY JEAN ROSS Q 1 'TEE' 'eil' ww- ...nog,, eniom BONITA .IANE RYAN LAURA BELLE SAXTON PAUL E. RUSSELL DOROTHY JEAN SANDS LAURENCE ELWOOD SCARFF MAYNARD MICHAEL SCHAEFER SAMUEL EDWARD SCOTT NAOMI LUCILLE SHAEFFER DAISY MARIE SHAFFER HAROLD L. SHAFER JOHN JOSEPH SHANESY, JR. eniom DOROTHY ALYCE SHAWVER ELBERT LEROY SMITH L. G. SPECKBAUGH NAOMI IRENE SPADE MARY CAROLINE STEINMETZ PARKEA TAMPLIN ELLEN FRANCES TARBUTTON CHARLOTTE ELAINE VEGELIN SARA ANNE WARWICK WU' eniom RICHARD S. WEIMER RICHARD W. WEIKERT KENNETH RODERICK WELBAUM EVELYN MARJORIE WELLS DOROTHY MAE WILSON BETTY JANE WORLEY PAUL LEE WRIGHT HENRIETTA WRIGHT LOUIS EDWARD ZIEGLER CLARENCE MARION ZIMMERMAN Cfadd Maier? "We finish to begin" is the motto chosen by our class of 1938. Finishing our grade school period in 1934-, we entered Troy High School 180 strong. Although we fumished hilarious amusement for the upperclassmen, we soon felt ourselves a part of an active, progressive student body. We contributed one program to the students' public appearance during our freshman year. It was an entertainment for the P. T. A. Our sophomore year marked an entrance into the sports and the activities of the school, many of our classmates leaming the fundamentals of athletic, club, and music work. With the finishing of training, came superiority and responsibility. We, as a junior class, gave two chapels, the "Junior Revue" and a farewell chapel for the seniors, and helped in planning the three Junior-Senior parties. Seven of our class, Helen Barklow, Ruth 'Dinsmore, Lois Landis, Laura Belle Saxton, Daisy Shaffer, Roger Biser, and Charles Heater entered the National Honor Society, and thirty-one juniors received athletic letters. The junior girls won the basketball championship of the year. The members of this team were June Grimes, Ellen Chaffee, Helen Carson, Helen Barklow, Charlotte Vegelin, Janice Nelson, Ann Warwick, Janet Campion, and Dorothy Wilson. Many of our class helped in winning first place for Troy in the district scholarship tests at Miami University. Wiser, and a little older, we began our senior year, ready to shoulder the responsibilities and experiences of a Senior Class. We participated in every branch of the school program by emphasizing scholarship, athletics, service, and leadership. Charles Heater won a 8300 scholarship at Oberlin College for work in history. Ellen Chaffee was the first girl drum major in the record of Troy High School. The "Van Cleve Vanities," with seniors at the head, was a tremendous success. We also had a successful Senior Authority Day. The following seniors became members of the National Honor Society: Homer Rapp, Maribelle Morrin, Kay Cross, Charlotte Vegelin, Kent Hodell, Harold DeGroff, William Chaney, and Elnora Mount. Work on the "Trojan" began early in the year. The Senior play "Lady of Letters," was presented May 27. Reverend Carl Winters preached the Baccalaureate sermon, and the three students with the highest honors Charles Heater, Ruth Dinsmore, and Roger Biser delivered orations at Commence- ment. After the commencement address, Mr. Frank C. Montross, president of the school board, presented the graduates with their diplomas. l nr H I9 F ,,,. . 1 5 3 33 n O . ..,.,. .1 ti. , Tlg 1 ' gf' , 1 5 A x ki I H I 4' M J ' 5 1 ' EK . X 'A ' Am F' , .t , 5' 1 Apr' L. .f 2 M s 9 1313" A W -ef E' ' if , K, X 'if v. F , Q' 5 dy as , Q ' ff V' ' ...M " ' X ..,. ,V w cguq flux W W J., 4' ' A ,..,. L ...,,- 1 Z 'An L ' A .ff ,, f' ' .- - '- 5 32 r K , "Z ,W MNA - 'P llwgu ,.--i . 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RICHARD STOKES K Vice-President -wu- JEANNE BAKER Secretary CAROLYN ROBBINS Treasurer unior 64155 The Junior Class of 1937-38 has taken a leading part in many activities of the school. Under the guidance of Mr. Donald Bay, the students of the class have joined with the rest of the student body and the faculty in carrying out many school activities. At Christmas time, the class presented an effective religious chapel and were also in charge of the Farewell Chapel for the seniors. The chairman of the chapel committee was Kay Calbreath. The Junior Class cooperated with the Senior Class in planning the two Junior-Senior parties. These were two of the most successful and outstanding social events of the year. The chairmen for these parties were William Harrelson and Mary Evelyn Kessler. John Dye was chairman of the Ring and Pin Committee. The following students represented their class in the Student Council: Richard Stokes, Rosemary Knoop, Robert Holder and Jane Brennan. The following boys received awards for athletic achievement: Wade Davis, Paul Frazier, Louis Snyder, Harold Sweigart, Joseph Slack, James Chavis, Edward Hall, Paul Kessler, Armand Tremblay and Wilfred Tremblay. Catherine Hansford headed the Commencement Committee whose activities completed the Junior Class work. get .sl unkw , . new ,,,. -at w :- W J ,.,. .av W-:Ri g-' we it 'fi . K. x 5 ff 7 3 , - 'Q 1 5 .5 ez- Q 'ji mf gh ....,, 5 . A +17-vff i s-f i S M ' it - ,1.,,, ' ' - , 7 2592-3, ,,,.,. ,, i'?Q:5iM1E,gg:f,-'F . Q ,, 'fl 3,51 'V A: wir' , we Q . -' ' 32 ' W ' fx , "' I -M 'Wa 3- it J - 5.36 Vip. A Mm Q 'rg tg .,, 5 -ff , J liz 'Y-- J QI? ,, L me - sk ' N ' iz. iw Y A ' ,, git J fi A , Bi qi as gi W .Q , new " 'H 1: J 1 ii Q N iii., 5 ' "' 'J j A W 5 gif, 3 X14-A A Q A Li x 'agflfsg' V -f ' P x , A K . 5 W ...,, W A X7 gh G .1 f --f my ' QM-"' ,Q i V K al B M A w-wteMsehaf MW f-e as 5 ... sg i t -P W I A my A :iw Q' his-Q S H- -1: fl f- , - fu ' ' ii v ' P- s ' . ' .Q , - f . 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Redmon Francis Frantz Virginia Hunt Howard Drake Margaret Burgner Dorothy Eliot James Grove ' Shirley SchaHer Armand Tremblay Rosemary Knoop Mary Ann Jackson Edward Spade Gene Louthan John Todd Ruben Harris Hemy Allen June Saring Louis Snyder Don Barton ' Julianne Mutchler Betty Ross Marion Stitcher Paul Howett William Hergenrather omior C4155 .- N se 'Ali 5 . Muriel Fry y . , Mary Lee Kessler as 'ag - ,. lg ' K 'Q Edwin Murphy .sd : N. .5 L A 'fy Arthur Hiatt 11" f - ' A QI, Betty J. Cherrington N 19' J - 'ii m S s Q," f sea AQ Y ' .Q Mildred amen 'ff z ' ' Vivian Hanna -'Iii' .a gg ' , A 3 , I ,L Carl Brown bn wk '38 'QA A . :L 5 .lames Chavis , i "' 'QM I -A it " ' ' A F ' in X. Helen Strme . ll, 1' bqzl N X I J any 0 ert c 'onne :H L W F , Ruth Hufford ri 'gf' 4 -A war EdW8l'd 1 --9' X , t .. Dorothy Hogan f 1 x Q ""' . or Patricia Kiser get L ' ' "" Patricia Alexander K A f Ann Arnold -4' A A 43? 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W. .21 ' M ph , , ,I . , J , s 'wl- if -if Richard Moyer f- Paul Frazier Richard Stokes Paul Braunschwelger L - Q Cpaginef CHARLES HEATER President WALTER MEYER Fred Hosley Robert Fox Paul Irvin vlce-President John Merknng ROBERT DeWEESE Secretary DEAN MATTHEWS Treasurer Richard Miller John Dye Richard Pearson Jack Shanesy Paul Donovan James Flinn Roger Biser Homer Rapp Robert Tweed Edwin Murphy Richard Maxwell Clinton Mohler Harold Shafer Parke Tamplin Edward Hall MR. C- W- WALTERS Thomas Ratalczak Paul Kessler James Collins Adviser wa I-Q i - Q A sl 4 ,Mi z J v if AA Sffxi s " '1'-' ,..-as -Q ,em .3 -Qs Gb 1 1 Wafionaflgnor .Shciefg Daisy Shalier, President Laura Belle Saxton, V ice-President Ruth Dinsmore, Secretary Homer Rapp Katherine Gross Charles Heater Marabelle Morrin Charlotte Vegelin Roger Biser Harold DeGroK - Lois Landis Kent Hodell William Chaney Helen Barklow Elnora Mount Miss Mae Hosbrook, Adviser mmafic Oman President Barbara Knoop V ice-President Harold Shafer Secretary Rosemary Knoop Treasurer James Flinn Adviser Mile Dorothy Thomas Kay Houser Robert Tweed Kay Gross Louis Snyder .lance Nelson Richard Manv Helen Barklow Robert McConnell Betty Ann Stein Lewis Francis Roberta Landis Richard Weimar Charles Gorrell Richard Allen Carson Markley Betty Worley Bruce Geisinger Robert DeWeese Mark Hance Bill Hiatt Norma Smith Kay Galhreath M? -. ,S V' hw fr M 'b Wvczsxs I vials.. K " K S X. 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'. ss 405 -,av -...T fa-any 1-if Wafure gfu ofrw, President Richard Hawley V ice-President Elnora Mount Secretary Dorothy Cramer Treasurer Betty Worley Adviser Mr. Fred Pettay Welfare Margaret Johnston Patricia Smallenbarger Margaret Burgner Mary Ann Heikes Row 2 Catherine Hansford William Sedan Ellen Chaffee Richard Pearson Betteanne Weaver Katherine Dinsmore Laura Belle Saxton Barbara Reichard Phyllis Elifritz Mary Evelyn Kessler Patricia Pearson Row 4- .lanice Nelson Jean Hill Eleanor Davis Katherine Gross John Dye Row 5 Wilma Westerman Lucille Shaeifer Helen Coodhand Row 6 Gene Schnell Barbara West Virlann Chipley .lames Collins Betty Householder Row 7 Charlotte Vegelin Marjorie Brady Harriet Lindenberger Alice Arthur Frances Frantz Row 8 Jeanne Baker Kay Galbreath Edward Eshelman Richard Miller A Ulah Anne Lewis Row 9 ,I ack Weaver James F Iinn John Mi-kels Vera McKinney Norma Smith Row 10 Charles Gorrell Martha Snyder Mark Hance Margaret McAllister Bernadine Marker Row 11 Fred Hosley Marjorie Pettay Pamela Rix Richard Moyer Carson Markley Row 12 Paul Kingham Cliiford McMath Elsie Bretland Paul Kessler 9 X' ' -Q .. 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Jackson A dviser mm CM 1 'Qi wears President ROBERT DeWEESE Secy. Treas. RICHARD WEIMER Adviser MR. C. W. WALTERS Harley Baum Richard Stokes Harold DeGroif Roger Biser Kent Hodell Robert Jarrett Jeanne Baker James Hawley Gene Louthan Charles Tamplin Don Barton Marv .lane Brennan Paul Braunschweiger Margaret Kinsinger Glenna Hollinger Clinton Mohler Henry Allen Richard Hawley Mary Hunt Carson Markely Ulah Ann Lewis Patricia Kama M. .A Hiker 5 Q' - Dick Stokes y -. "' ir 3 1., U H Dick Allen 'Q A E Mary E. Kessler 'W r-Q A A if r .:.,:,:. 5 .,.. . l.,,,. .:,.,. .,... . , .,.,,. ,,., ' ti , Q ,Q Q ,.,, i I 6 . 34 i ., . QW Kathryn Dlnsmore My Robert Holder 'lll h s -.1 i -:af ... no Jack Fay i 5 I by -if r Y Parke Tamplin M W 1' Carolyn Robbins 'X 3 'I ..ira5,,:ar::f-Q' 3 'S ' ,vi i M C :lllll C 'iff' flu -.M 11: 31 lj' Kathryn Harwell 1 ii I' ' "' ' Edward Eshelman 33 P s 125' Q ? Ulah Ann Lewis X ..,.."' i N' Ge L h ' g ' ne out an f r V ' Y y age few C l,, N ' if an fi W " Q Carson Markley, Manager Marion Stitcher ye , , if M, 129' ff -uf - L. 1 ,r l Richard Weimer i Las. AA.:, x Harold Shafer , - ' l I 'f f 1 we is H- ? 1 4. S 'Q John Ebberts 'M ii Robert DeWeese A D A ,ww Mr. C. W. Walters William Kiser C . .fdcfiuifiea HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club, amliated with the I . M. C. A. of America, has had a very successful year under the supervision of Mr. C. W. Walters. The purpose of the club is to "create, maintain, and establish, throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." At the beginning ot the year, the club elected new members who met the club's standards for membership. The fifty-one members have enjoyed a year full of many interesting pro- grams and discussions. Boys desiring to do so, attended the District-Hi-Y Conference, March 17, at Piqua, Ohio. The club chose Paul Donavan. Richard Maxwell, and Charles Heater to go to Camp Nelson Dodd last summer for ten days of outdoor religious en Joyment. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The qualifications for entrance into the National Honor Society are character, scholarship, service and leadership. The new members, chosen by a faculty committee and the sponsor,,Miss Mae Hosbrook, are all in the upper one-fifth of their classes. Each member received a pin upon entrance into the organization. On April 2, the senior members of the society participated in the County Senior Scholarship Tests, held at Troy High School. DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club, under the able direction of Miss Dor- othy Thomas, encourages students who have an interest in and a talent for dramatics, by giving them an opportunity to appear in plays, to direct plays, and to work with stage prop- erties. A selected group of judges chooses new members at the beginning of the school year from students who desire to try out for the club membership This year the club has presented "The Bishop's Candle- sticks," by Hugog uldlings of the King," by Remington, and "Catherine Parr," by Baring, in addition to a number of short sketches under student direction. The members attended "You Can't Take It With You," the 1937 Pulitzer prize of Kaufman and Hart, which played in Dayton, February 28. The spring formal, a gala aiair, con- cluded the club's activities. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The purpose of the IICCICIH Francais' is to acquaint its members with the manners and customs of France. The super- visor of the club is Mrs. Nina Marie Ladd. Membership may be gained by satisfactorily passing one-half year of French. Music by French composers, games, French plays, and papers on the great men of France constituted the majority of the monthly meetings. Other activities included the sponsoring of two movies: the winner nf the Academy Award, "The Life of Emile Zola," and a French movie. "Sans Famil1e." The annual Christmas dance was another of the social activ- ities. The spring banquet held in May concluded the social functions of the club for 1937-1938.- NATURE CLUB The purpose of the Nature Club is to stimulate and develop among the students, an interest in nature. Under the supervision of Mr. Fred Pettay, the members of the club enjoyed many picnics and 'hikes during the fall and spring months. During the winter, interesting indoor meetings were con- ducted for the benefit of the club members. Mr. William Piper, a guest speaker, gave an interesting talk on beverages. Students gave discussions on the following subjects: "Animal Treasure," termites, Florida, and soy beans. CAMERA CLUB This year, students created a Camera Club to stimulate an interest in photography. The club, under the supervision of Mr. C. W. Walters, had a very successful year. Twenty-six students composed the organization. Mr. Hubbard judged a group of the members' best prints and presented to the school an enlargement of the one he considered best. Gene Louthan took this picture, one of an old mill in Tennessee. Toward the end of the year, the club sponsored a picture contest to obtain snapshots for the "Trojan." A number of students collected prints, but Richard Weimer turned in the best print and won the first prize. The other' seven winners were Henry Allen, Richard Stokes, Robert DeWeese, Paul Braunschweiger, Richard Hawley, Jack Shanesy and Harold DeGroif. THE USHER STAFF AND THE STAGE CREW Two groups which added greatly to the success of school productions were the usher staff and the stage crew. The stage crew, headed by Carson Markley and Mr. C. W. Walters, made scenery and set stages for plays, movies and chapels. The usher stall, under the direction of Mr. Warren Kindy, capably handled the seating for all activities in the auditorium. THE OPERETTA The boys' and the girls' glee clubs and the school orchestra presented the operetta "Tulip Time," by Morgan and John- son, on March 25, in the Van Cleve auditorium. Mr. Frank Humberger was in charge of the choruses and the orchestra, Mr. Frank Prouty coached the main charac- ters in their solos and lines, Miss Eleanor Hotchkiss directed the dances and Harold Shafer designed the settings. The Home Economics Department under the direction of Miss Evelyn Horton made the costumes, which added much color to the scenes. The story concerns a party of American tourists who have come to Holland to study tulip culture. Two of the party, Ned, played by Cecil Moore, and Dick by Raymond Mum- ford, are much interested in Christina, Patty Smallenbarger, and Katinka, Mary Jane Campion. Someone reports that a thief has been stealing tulip bulbs. Ned and Dick induce Professor McSpindle, played by Tom Shanesy, to dress like the thief. When the Burgomaster, John Merkling, sees the professor so attired, he causes his arrest. Eventually, with the aid of Christina's Aunt Anna, played by Charlotte Vegelin, McSpindle establishes his 'innocence and declares his aiec- tion for Anna. With the prospect of a triple wedding, the Gnal curtain falls. AMERICAN LEGION ESSAY CONTEST Richard Miller, a Troy High sophomore, was honored by the American Legion in March, 1938. Richard won the sopho- more state prize, an eight-day trip to Washington, D. C. This is an important honor both to Richard and his school. The title.of the essay was "My Responsibilities as a Citi- zen." English students from all over Ohio entered the con- test. Out of twenty-six students securing recognition in the county eliminations of the American Legion State Essay Con. test, Troy High School captured twelve. The Troy students who entered were the following: Charles Tamplin, Betty Matwcks, C8l'0lYIl A- COMM! Lowell Gigandet, Hayden Young, Norma Smith,. Carolyn Robbins and Charles Heater. In the district, two freshmen, Betty Mattocks and Charles Tamplin, and one sophomore, Richard Miller, won places. SENIOR CLASS PLAY On May 27, the senior class presented its , l , "Lad f Letters," by 'Tumer Bullock, under the direrctliclin of lllligs Dorothy Thomas. This is a summary of the plot: Adelaide Willifer, wife of a professor in a small college, feels neglected and shut out from the scholastic life of her husband, mother, and daugh- ter, all of whom are connected with the school. Accordingly, she buys the manuscript of a novel from an unsuccessful young author, publishes it as her own without having read it, and achieves great notoriety. Just as the college, honored by her success, has invested her with the degree "Lady of Letters," a threat of exposure comes from a jealous woman who has previously helped the author and recognizes the book. However, the author refuses to reveal the hoax, and Adelaide promises to buy no more books, her husband having recognized that much of the trouble had been caused by his inattention. VAN CLEVE VANITIES February 17, the students of Troy High School presented the "Van Cleve Vanities." This program replaced the usual mid-year play given by the Girl Reserve and the Hi-Y clubs. This kind of entertainment gave more students the oppor- tunity to participate and to display their talents. The groups represented were the French Club, Girl Reserve, Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, boys' gym classes, home economics classes, and the music class. In addition to these features, there were many numbers by individual students. J UN IOR-SENIOR PARTIES The junior and the senior classes held the first of their two annual parties on November 19, in the Van Cleve Auditorium. "Curly" Martin's orchestra furnished the music for this novel "Pig-Skin Prom." The invitations were in the form of foot- balls.' The decorations were quite appropriate for the occa- sion with goal-posts located at each end of the auditorium, along the sides were numbers designating the yard lines. At the conclusion of the grand march, the leaders distributed bells and other noise makers to the students. Hot dogs and pop were served, at a small fee, 'throughout the evening. Chair- men in charge of the affair were June Grimes, Richard Weimer, William Harrelson, and June Saring. Since the "Trojan" goes to press before the plans for the second dance are completed, it is impossible to give all the details. It will be a formal held in April. The chairmen for this dance are Betty Worley, Richard Hawley, Mary E. Kess- ler, and Ellen Edge. DEBATE Although the debate squad this year is inexperienced, they have received excellent training under the guidance of Coach L. E. Jackson. The members are Mark Hance, Betty Ross, Fred Hosley, Hayden Young, Richard Miller, and Helen Barklow. The most important debate was the Ohio State District Touma- ment, on February 12, at Lima, Ohio, in which Troy won one and lost three. Instead of following the usual practice of debating six round-robin debates, this year just one tourna- ment was debated to decide the district winner. The follow- ing were invitational and practice debates: Date W on Lost Marysville Invitational Tournament-..Nov. 27 1 7 Wyoming Invitational Tourna1nent..-.Dec. 4 4 4- Oakwood Dllal Debate ...... .. ...... L .... -..,Feh. 25 lngdecigign Findlay Invitational Tournament.,.-..-.Mar. 26 2 2 Besides this schedule, Troy debated two non-decision debates at Piqua, Ohio. COMMENCEMENT April -Senior Scholarship tests. -Senior Luncheon. May -Senior Luncheon. May 27-Senior Play, "Lady of Letters." May 29-Baccalaureate. J une 3-Commencement. afflgf Row One-Ellen Chaffee, Drum Major, Vernon Kahlg John Blue, Henry Allen, Eugene Palsgroveg Virginia Goensg Maribelle Morring Louis Snyder, Paul Irving Robert Metcalf-Kenneth Taylor, Drum Major. Row Two-Betty Ann Mattocksg Mildred Hines, Doris Davis, Mae Goff, Jack Heckerg John MatthewsgGene Louthang Lewis Francis, John Dye, Marion Hallg John Bushongg Edwin Murphy. Row Three-Bruce Barnes, Charles Trostelg Carl Renchg .lames Smithg George Gray, Mark Hanceg Geraldine Mischlerg Richard Miller, Nancy Hitchcock, Glen Hogleg Robert Tweedy Arthur Hiatt, Robert Ginrichg Lowell Gigandetg Leroy Speakmang Harold DeGroffg Richard Allen. jA8 guna! Under the direction of Mr. Frank L. Humberger, the Troy High School Band participated in many local activities, including football and basketball games. Ellen Chaffee, the first girl drum major of Troy, and Kenneth Taylor, assistant drum major, were the highlights in the band's performances on the football field. At the Thanksgiving game, Ellen Chaffee presented Mr. Wesley Leas, Ohio State drum major, who led the band. UA, Ops,-effa The colorful operetta "Tulip Time," presented March 25, was very successful. Mr. Frank Prouty coached the leading characters in their solos and lines, Mr. Frank Humberger directed the choruses and orchestra. Miss Eleanor Hotchkiss directed the dances, and Harold Shafer designed the scenery. V The following people had leading parts: Mary Jane Campion, Patricia Smallenharger, Cecil Moore, Raymond Mumford, Charlotte Vegelin, John Merkling, Thomas Shanesy, and Fred Hosley. The boys' and girls' glee clubs sang in the chorus. 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Z?MAefLaff,SlAeJML 193 7- 1938 December December Deceln her January January January ,lanuary January January Felmruary February February 3-Troy l0-Troy I 7M-Troy 7-Troy 14-Troy l 5fTroy 21B-Troy 28-Troy 29-Troy 4-Troy l l-Troy 18-Troy 7 7 26 Pleasant Hill 7 7 7 440 Tipp City 77 7 77 7 4-0 West Milton 7, 7 7 21 Greenville 22 Sidney 7 77 7 24 Oakwood 7 777777 15 Miamisburg A7 18 Xenia 7 7 7 7 33 ,Bethel 7 7 7 77777 25 Fairmont . 28 Bradford 25 Piqua 353 35 26 51 29 38 54 27 45 48 28 26 35 4-81 ' S - t 1 ra ia I4 xx ne zz rs L. gn at ,gf K gn it ,K Y , M - , K ft ' " .. - ',, 3 N" in r 1 , l l l l l l l l l "' l l l Q l 1 I I sa f BF gf u fi xr, i F' f Y as :fx ' S E I 7 as gg' 5,4 I ,Q 6. :-. lg fi fm ij WEE! 'Tift i'...gg' at :Cf 1 Sl 'ff git ,o iz, ,L m l l .... , ,., t , y 2 38 'gm A at lllzmify ,ilbofdaf Row One-John Merking, Cecil Moore, Bruce Geisinger, Robert Hill, Walter Meyer, James Collins, Jack Shanesy, Lawrence Scarif, Richard Wleikert, Harold Counts. - Row Two-Armand Tremblay, Robert Tweed, Wilbur Honeyman, Louis Sny- der, Harold Sweigert, James Chavis, Paul Frazier, Dean Matthews, james Flinn. Row Three-Wade Davis, William Chaney, Thomas Harmon, Thomas Ross, Thomas Shanesy, Donold Barton, Robert Arnold, Richard Moyer, Robert Stanley, Wilfred Tremblay, Paul Kessler, John Todd. Row Four-Robert West, Thomas Roszell, Robert Holder, William Harrelson, Edward Hall, Earl Frost, John Rogers, William Howald, Coach Douglas Smith, Coach, Roy Zook, Manager. Z-ff,0fAaff5ZAeJuL 193 7 September 17-Troy ,,,,,,,,... rr..,--- 1 3 Roosevelt ,, 6 September 24+Troy,... .,.. .....,. 1 3 Lima South U ,S October 1-Troy, ,.,..,.... ........ 2 0 Greenville .,,,, October 8-Troy ...cc ,,,, .... 6 S idney -.,,.-,,t October 15-Troy ,i....,.... ,,.,.... 1 4- Miamisburg , ,,,, ,,,,-,- , October 22-Troy ,,,.... .,.. 0 Xenia S C ,,.t 13 October 29-Troy ,... 0 Fairmont , 14- November 5-Troy ,.., 0 Oakwood ,,... ,. ,.,,, , 29 November 12-Troy .... 6 Tipp City ,,,, . 7 November 25-Troy .,..o., 12 Piqua , t,,,,,, o,,-, , , 18 Zac -.-.. ennia Row One-Paul Braunschweiger, Har- old DeCroff, Clinton Mohler, William Har- relson, Richard Harris, Robert Vandevere, Jack Fay. Row Two-Carl Vesper, Coach, Kent Hodell, Robert Tweed, Robert McConnell. Joseph Gurklies, Edward Ziegler, Richard Pearson, Arthur Hiatt, Richard Allen. 1 s 1 ' 1 C X 1 9 QM. 'iran 42 Row One-Hiram Hill, Thomas Shan- esy, Donald Barton. Row Two-Eugene Wright, John Blue, Paul Frazier, Maynard Schaffer, Louis Sny- der, Harold Sweigert, James Hill, James Chavis, Robert Hill, John Etherington. Row Three-Robert West, Manager, Raymond Mumford, George Wallace, Ar- mond Tremblay, Walker Mills, Paul lrwin, James Flinn, Richard Moyer, Clifford Matthews, Richard Weikert, Richard Ewing. Row Four-William Howald, Coachg Joseph Curklies, Edward Hall, Kenneth Taylor, Clifford McMath, Richard Miller, Jack Shanesy, Harold Colmts. ., - .. .....-- ,, gems, Row One - Thomas Rataizcak, George Knife, Chester Slifer, Roy Darner, Paul Donovan, Thomas Rozell. Row Two-Eugene Palsgrove, Rob- ert McSwain, Charles Tamplin, Ed- win Murphy, Clarence Stein, Charles Gorrell, Guy McSwain, Robert King, Roy Zook, Coach, Robert Harris, Henry Allen, James Slifer, William Sedam. UA ,.x4IfAAfic Adociafion .A rw-,X ,f"?N Hifi '!:":', ' 2+ ef x , z H , - E.. if . ... gm ,ak an w " .V A X, any ., ::k.. A kgs? 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E I, ---' " " ffm' K " :N l ji nszfj ffm ..... K . .,. . ' "A ' ""':1 WM Q. : : ,"' 'f 'I -ww, K gg, an ww' di. -4 .Q . 5 T. SM '5 ,- J f .M VM V - ,L wg "A" W N f Q, -O , if-f A f lm y ,5 Vw T , W .6 ...., ...,: zz, Q ,. -ff -, E. -' E N ' , W . - 2 O 'lf' f , ff E , O.-LO Tf Q - -N W we E W- ,E A W K X -, : :fig .Q 'NGN ig ff ziififf' A I 5 V .. , lik " f 2 M - A Ig ix 'S- A W- Tb fm . 401 Q wfif - sw 41 , X E .if . an 5l . O ,. 1, OM cefd of flue QA '.f4fALfic Aaaciatian pmlem HELEN CARSON Vice-President DOROTHY WILSON Sec.-Treas. BETTY J EAN CHERRINGTON loflaf Troy High School had a successful football season this year, although not from the standpoint of the games won, but in sportsmanship and training. Coach Smith and Coach Howald deserve much credit for turning out a fine squad. There were approximately thirty-five men out for the team. Letter men for next year are Wade Davis, Paul Frazier, Louis Snyder and Harold Sweigert. QiW! The golf team, coached by Mr. Roy C. Zook, has two veterans back this year, Chester Slifer and Roy Damer. In addition to these two, the following boys reported for practice: Thomas Rataizcak, George Knife, Paul Donovan, Thomas Roszell, Eugene Pals- grove,- Robert McSwain, Charles Tamplin, Edwin Mur- phy, Clarence Stein, Charles Gorrell, Guy McSwain, Robert King, Robert Harris, Henry Allen, James Slifer and William Sedam. gzdlefdaf The 1937-38 season was well spent from the stand- point of the players, although we lost all but two games, we gained in knowledge and sportsmanship. The reserve squad is coming along fine and should develop into a fast team. Letter men for next year are Charles Brenton, Paul Frazier, Earl Frost, Thomas Harmon, Paul Kessler, Richard Miller, Thomas Shan- esy and Harold Sweigert. ermifi The tennis team under the able direction of Carl Vesper is practicing for the Valley League champion- ship. William Harrelson and Clinton Mohler, veteran tennis players, won last year's doubles championship. Last year eleven matches were played, including the tournament. This year at least seven matches are as- sured. The results of the matches are not available as the Annual goes to press before the matches are played. Z... The Troy High track squad is looking forward to having a very good season. Last year Troy finished sec- ond in the Valley League. In dual meets, Troy defeated Piqua, Fairmont and Covington. The team also at- tended the district meet at Springfield. Approximately thirty athletes are out for track. Troy expects to place --high among the Valley teams this year. Coach Howald is turning out a fine squad. 4.544 The Girls' Athletic Association enjoyed a very suc- cessful year under the supervision of Miss Eleanor Hotchkiss, the clubis capable adviser. There are one hundred five members in the organization. In order to become a member, a girl must earn fifty points by participating in any of the four major intramural sportsx basketball, volley ball, deck tennis and base- ball. Upon accumulating Iifty points, the girl receives a numeral as an award. To retain membership, at least twenty-five points a year are needed. For the accumulation of four hundred points, she receives a T. H. S. monogram, and for eight hundred points, a IGTN. lt is possible for a girl to earn two letters if she is very active in all intramural sports, however, in place of giving the girl a second letter, a bracelet is the award. Helen Barklow and Ellen ChaHee are the only girls to receive this honor. Both girls are seniors and have been in the G. A. A. since their freshman year. In the basketball tournament, room 38 won the upper class tournament and room 25 was the victor in the lower class tournament. The Troy G. A. A. joined with the Bradford, Green- ville, and Sidney organizations for play days sponsored by the different schools. There are three play days a year, and a girl may earn twenty-five points for each one she attends. I L HAK'R'1Z LES sq A x 'W-v I f is SH: V , v PL07-7-Lk I Vw C AMQRPPNE N was acuonv Ifloczfncx CO. . Nw- X,,u,uLN'fL"mE 6' . P I .. V, is .N Ni if 5 E V is Q . F lk . ,. -1- I kN?-fl' vbS,,.ZeAvoiv ' Hglilgf. fr J 8013816 , Bn? if 63 2 fe 1 R A ,gsiygm 1 "Lf MBS .. -:wig Cul b9,p,KY HljtN7 xi Mm""--bv M6 A Vp: F1 NPN . Sf: .. .J C MU ,.MN'41 wb fp 15? So in J ms 9 6' e WE' 'New 63 .SQ , wi-riiw C,4km ROY Hp Ja-f: 5 ,AA , N I 1 ' . 8 f,neEv"S" VELWHT Pee 11,29 M A' c ,gli MV r??f'f . h 'Q ' Ls 32. Qfh, ffye 1,4 V 0636 1' , if 9 C,yb , It Qfvxx 434 'W L In N- -2 5' 5' 'S' 'DU-'3f-QQA 1'13'8 +035 rd00NN + Y 'fr X X af vsovuxgs + NSHHVTD NO.L9NlAOD A g. pub Cici va E245 YP JSAN -l- 493-NVHS E-. ff.. f f " S id Q R x ,. U ,X 3 5 J-1.--0 9 6-pb 4' -V? 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BISER Entered Sophomore Year. Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Honor Society-3, 4. Camera Club-4. Student Council-2. Annual Stall-4. Usher Staff-3. Boys' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. Senior Class Vice-President-4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. American Legion Essay Contest, Bronze Medal-3. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-2, 3, 4. Third Honors. MARY RUTH YOUNCE Girl Reserve?-3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Annual Stail-3, 4. Usher Stall--3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Class Secretary4l. PAUL DONAVAN Hi-Y Club--3, 4. Hi-Y Club Executive-4. Reserve Basketball-2. Golf--3, 4. Senior Class Treasurer-4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. OSCAR W. ALLEN Entered Sophomore Year. Hi-Y Club-3. French Club-3. Band--2, .3, 4. Band "T"-3. Orchestra-2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-2. KATHRYN M. ARCHER Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Annual Stall-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3. G. A. A.-1, 2. HELEN LOUISE BARKLOW Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g President--4. G. R. Cabinet-3, 4. Honor Society-3, 4. Dramatic Club-4. Debate-2, 3, 4. Annual Staff--4. Usher Staff-3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. Tennis-1. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. "Jerry of Jericho Road"--2. "Van Cleve Vanities"--4. "Tulip Time"-4. Journalism Award-3. Prince of Peace Medal-3. Carson Trophy--4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Eighth Honors. BETTY V. BLUE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Girls, Glee Club--2, 3. Q A. A.-1, 2. BETTIE C. BRIGGS Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. French Club-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.--1, 2. "Van, Cleve Vanities"-4. F. MARGUERITE BROWN Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. "Tulip Time"-4. GWENDOLYN W. BROWNE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-3. EVELYN A. CALLOWAY Girl Reserve-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2. JANET E. CAMPION Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. Varsity "T"-3. ELLEN E. CHAFFEE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Band-1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Major-4 Band "T"-2, 4. Orchestra--1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 3. Tennis-3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. WILLIAM F. CHANEY Honor Society-4. Varsity Basketball-4. Reserve Basketball-2, 3. Varsity Football--2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track-1. Varsity "T"--3, 4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. ROBERT D. CLAUSSEN Debate-4. Varsity Football-2, 3. Reserve Football--1. JAMES O. COLLINS Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Nature Club--3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-4. Varsity Basketball-3. Reserve Basketball-2. Varsity Football-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track-3, 4. Varsity "T"-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. E. .IEANETTE COUNTS Girl Reserve--2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. I' .Wie .Senior Cyan o! 1938 DOROTHY MAY CRAMER Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Nature Club-3, 4, Secretary-4. French Club--3, 4. Annual Stall--3, 4. Usher Stall'-3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.--1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA CRESS Girls' Glee Club-4. G. A. A.-1, 2. MINNIE CROMER Girls' Glee Club-3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2. "Tulip Time"-4. W. LEROY CROUSE Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-1, 3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. LEROY A. DARNER Entered Sophomore Year. Golf-3, 4. Varsity "T"-3, 4. DOROTHY L. DAVIS Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. HAROLD N. DeGROFF Hi-Y Club-2, 3. Honor Society-4. Camera Club-3, 4. Annual Stall-4. Band-l, 2, 3, 4. Band "T"--2. Boys' Glee Club--1. Reserve Basketball-3. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-1. ROBERT K. DeWEESE Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 45 Secretary-4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Camera Club-43 President-4. Annual Stall-3, 4. Band--I, 2, 3, 4. Band "T"-2. Orchestra--1, 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-1. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. RUTH DINSMORE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Honor Society-3, 43 Secretary-4. Nature Club-2, 3. French Club-3, 4, Vice-President--4. Student Council--3, 4. Annual StaH-4. Usher Staff-3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. Tennis-3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. Vice-President Junior Class-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-1, 2, 3, 4. Second Honors. JOHN A. ETHERINGTON Entered Sophomore Year. I-li-Y Club-4. Boys' Glee Club-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-2, 3. Reserve Football-3. Track-2, 3, 4. Varsity "T"-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. JAMES R. FLINN Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Dramatic Club-3, 45 Treasurer-4. Nature Club-3. Annual Staff-4. Boys' Glee Club-1. Varsity Football-3, 4. Track-3, 4. Varsity "T"-4. "Three Cornered Moon"-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. Student Council-1. BRUCE GEISINGER Hi-Y Club-4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Annual Stall-4. Boys' Glee Clulr-4. Varsity Manager-4. Varsity Football-3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Varsity "T"--2, 4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. ROBERT O. GINGRICH Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Band 'T'-2. NAOMI MAE GOFF Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Band--3, 4. Band "T"-3. Girls' Glee Club-2. G. A. A.-1, 2. ISABELLE M. GREENE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE CRIMES Girl Reserve-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.-I, 2, 3, Secretary-3. Cheer Leader-1, 2, 3, 45 "T"-1, 2, 3, 4. KATHERINE E. GROSS Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Honor Society-4. Dramatic Club-4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer-4. Annual Stali-3, 4, Assistant Editor-4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. JOANNA M. GRUBBS Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. A. JOSEPH GURKLIES Entered Sophomore Year. Track-4. MARY JANET HANCE Girl Reserve-3, 4-g Secretary-4. G. R. Cabinet-4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Stall-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. .7Ae Snior CZCIAJ of f 938 RICHARD W. HAWLEY Hi-Y Club-4. Nature Club-3, 4g President-4. Camera Club-4. American Legion Essay Contest-3. Miami Scholarship Test-1. MARY JUNE HARTMAN Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. CHARLES HEATER Hi-Y Club-3, President-4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Honor Society-3, 4. Student Council-2, 4. Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Band "T"-2. Orchestra-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-2, 3. Varsity "T"--3. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-1, 2, 3, 4. First Honors. WILLIAM E. HIATT Football-1, 2, 3, 4. Dramatics Club--3, 4. ROBERT .l. HILL Boys' Glee Club-1. Varsity Football-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Varsity "T"-3. FREDRICK R. HITCHCOCK Hi-Y Club-4. Boys' Glee Club-1, 2. C. KENT HODELL Entered Junior Year. Hi-Y Club-4. Honor Society-4. Camera Club-A-. Track-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. RICHARD HODGES Entered Sophomore Year. GLENNA I. HOLFINGER Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Band--2, 3. "Van Cleve Vanities"--4. WILBER H. HONEYMAN Entered Junior Year. Varsity Football-4. Varsity "T"-4. MARY K. HOUSER Girl Reserve Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-4. French Club-3. Annual Staff-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-2. G. A. A.-2, 3. "Van Cleve Vanities"--4. PAUL F. IRVIN Hi-Y Club-4. Band--1, 2, 3, 4. Band "T"-2. Drchestra-1, 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-2, 3. Track-4. "Van Cleve Vanities"--4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. MAGDALENE M. JOHNSON Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. French Club-4. Annual Staff-4. Girls' Glee Club--1, 2, 3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. ELINOR JOHNSTON Girl Reserve-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. E. IRENE KESSLER Girl Reservc+2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.-2. MARGARET KINSINGER Entered Sophomore Year. Camera Club-4. G. A. A.-2, 3, 4. Cheer Leader-3, 4, "T"-3. WILLIAM I. KISER Camera Club-4. Stage Crew-2, 3, 4. V. MAXINE KISTER Entered Junior Year. Girl Reserve-3, 4. Annual StaH-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. MARY ELIZABETH KLINE Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.--1, 2, 3. BARBARA D. KNOOP Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club-3, 43 President-4. French Club-3, 4. Armual StaH-4. G. A. A.-2. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. VIOLET M. KRAMER Girl Reserve-3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. "Tulip Time"-4. F. EVELYN KRESS Entered Sophomore Year. G. A. A.-2, 3. LOIS M. LANDIS Honor Society-3, 4. French Club-2, 3, 43 President--4 Annual Staff--4. Student Council-1. ' Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-1, 2, 3. Seventh Honors. GLADYS .IO LONGENDELPHER Girl Reserve-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. Ae .Sardar 641,56 of 1938 HELEN P. MCAFEE Girls' Clee Club-3. ALICE MCMATH Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.--1, 2. LORNA MACY Entered Sophomore Year. CARSON W. MARKLEY Dramatic Club-4. Nature Club-2, 3. Camera Club-3, 4. Stage Crew-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-3. DEAN B. MATTHEWS Hi-Y Club-3, 43 Treasurer-4. Hi-Y Executivw4. Boys' Glee Club-4. Varsity F ootball-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track-3, 4. Golf-2, 3, 4. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. JOHN L. MERKLING Hi-Y Club-3, 4 Band-1, 2, 3. Band "T"-2. Boys' Glee Club-1, 4. Varsity Football-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Varsity "T"-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. WALTER E. MEYER Hi-Y Club-3, 4, Vice-President-4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Boys' Glee Club-l, 4. Varsity Basketball-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-2. Varsity Football-3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track--1. Varsity "T"-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. LOUISE M. MIKELS Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3. CLINTON A. MOHLER Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Camera Club-4. Annual Staff-3. Boys' Glee Club-1. Tennis-1, 2, 3, 4. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. M. V. L. Doubles Tennis Championship-3. CECIL F. MOORE Usher Stat!-2. Boys' Glee Club-1. Varsity Football-3, 4. Track-3, 4. Varsity "T"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. MARIBELLE MORRIN Entered Sophomore Year. Honor Society-4. Band-2, 3, 4. Band "T"-3. Orchestra-2, 3, 4. RICHARD MORROW Hi-Y Club-1, 2, 3. Boys' Glee Club-1, 4. Varsity F ootball-2, 3. Reserve Football-1. Varsity "T"-2, 3. ELNORA MOUNT Girl Reserve-2. Honor Society-4. Nature Club-3, 4, Vice-President-4. French Club-4. Girls' Glee Club--2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. "Tulip Time"-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. RAYMOND E. MUMFORD Hi-Y Club-3. Nature Club-3. Boys' Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Reserve Basketball--2. Track-1, 4. Varsity "T"-3. Cheer Leader-3, 4: "T"-3. "Three Cornered Moon"-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. DOROTHY L. MYERS Girl Reservtwli, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.--1, 2, 3, 4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. .IANICE T. NELSON Girl Reserve-2, 3, 43 Treasurer-4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Nature Club-3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. American Legion Essay Contest Bronze Girls' Varsity "T"-3. RICHARD R. PEARSON Hi-Y Club-1, 2, 3, 4. Nature Club-2, 3. Annual Staff-3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-1, 2. Tennis-1. MARY C. PITTENGER Entered Senior Year. HOMER E. RAPP Entered Sophomore Year. Hi-Y Club-4. Honor Society-4. Annual Staff-4. Usher Stail-3. Prince of Peace Contest-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-2, 3, 4. Fourth Honors. DOROTHY J. ROSS Girl Reserve-3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Annual Staff-4. Usher Staff-2, 3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. PAUL E. RUSSELL Band-1. Ass't. Football Manager-2. BONITA JANE RYAN Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. Medal-3 .i7!Le Snior Kfafifi of 1938 D. JEAN SANDS Girl Reserve-3, 4. Girls' Glee Clulr-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.-1. LAURA BELLE SAXTON Girl Reserve -2, 3, 43 Cabinet-4. Honor Society-3, 4, Vice-President-4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Stall-3, 43 Editor-in-Chief--4. Student Council-1. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. "Three Cornered Moon"-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. American Legion Essay Contest-3. Senior Scholarship Test- 4. Miami Scholarship Test-1, 2, 3, 4. Fifth Honors. LAWRENCE E. SCARFF Boys' Glee Club-I, 2, 4. Varsity Basketball-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-1, 2. Varsity Football-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track-1. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. Medal for 4th "T"-4. MAYNARD M. SCHAEFER Boys' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball-1, 2. Varsity Football-2. Reserve Football-I. Track-4. Varsity "T"-2. "Tulip Time"-4. SAMUEL E. SCOTT Hi-Y Club-3. Boys' Glee Club-I, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-1, 2. Varsity Football-2, 3. Reserve Football-1. Track-2. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. HAROLD L. SHAFER Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Executive-4. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4, Vice-President-3, 4. Annual StaH-2, 3, 4. Stage Crew-1, 2, 3, 4. Band-1. Orchestra- -1. Student Council-2. "Growing Pains"-1. "Charley's Aunt"-2. "Three Cornered Moon."-3. "Van Cleve, Vanities" Chairman-4. Setting, Costumes-"Tulip Time"-4. N. LUCILLE SHAEFFER Girl Reserve-2. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-2, 3. DAISY M. SHAFFER Girl Reserve-3, 4. Honor Society-3, 45 President-4. Annual StaH-4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3. Girls' Athletic "T"-3. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Sixth Honors. J JOHN .I. SHANESY Hi-Y Club--3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-I, 3, 4. Reserve Basketball-2. Varsity Football-2, 3, 4. Reserve Football-1. Track-1, 2, 3, 4. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. Medal for 4th "T"-3. DOROTHY A. SHAWVER Girl Reserve-2, 3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. ELBERT L. SMITH. NAOMI I. SPADE Girls' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. G. A. A.-1, 2. L. G. SPECKBAUGH Boys' Glee Club-2, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball-3, 4. Reserve Basketball--1, 2. Reserve Football-1, 2. Varsity "T"-3, 4. M. CAROLINE STEINMETZ Girl Reserve--2, 3, 4g Vice-President-4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Nature Club-3. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club--1. G. A. A.-1, 2. First Journalism Award--3. PARKE TAMPLIN Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Executive-4 Annual Stail-3, 4. Business Manager-4. Usher Staif-4. Student Council-2, 4. Treasurer, Junior Class-3. Boys' Glee Club-1. Miami Scholarship Test-3. ELLEN F. TARBUTTON , Girl Reserve-2, 3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. G. A. A.--I, 2. American Legion Essay Contest-1. CHARLOTTE E. VEGELIN Girl Reserve--2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Honor Society-4. Nature Club-2, 3. French Club-2, 3, 4. Student Council-3, 4, President-4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.--1, 2, 3, 4. "Three Cornered Moon"-3. "Van Cleve Vanities"-4. "Tulip Time"-4. Senior Scholarship Test-4. Miami Scholarship Test-1, 2, 3. S. ANNE WARWICK Girl Reserve-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD W. WEIKERT Hi-Y Club-3. Varsity Basketball-4. Varsity Football-3, 4. Reserve Football--1. Track-2, 3, 4. Varsity "T"-2, 3, 4. Medal for 4th "T"-4. RICHARD S. WEIMER Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-4. Camera Club-4, Secretary-Treasurer-4. Annual Staff-3, 4, Ass't. Editor-4. Usher StaH-3. Stage Crew-4. Boys' 'Glee Club-1. KENNETH R. WELBAUM EVELYN M. WELLS Entered Junior Year. Girls' Glee Club-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-4. DOROTHY M. WILSON Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Nature Clulr--3. French Club-3, 4. Annual StaH-3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2, 3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 43' Vice-President-4. Girls' Athletic "T"-3. BETTY JANE WORLEY Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet-4. Dramatic Club-4. Nature Club-3, 43 Treasurer-4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staif-4. Girls' Glee Club-I, 3. G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4. HENRIETTA WRIGHT Girls' Glee Club-1. PAUL L. WRIGHT L. EDWARD ZIEGLER Band-1. Tennis-4. CLARENCE M. 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MARKET Fresh Meats Fruits a Vegetables Chas. R. Dewey 11 E. Main St. Phone 4-356 DUFFY 'S Super Service Station TROY, OHIO LOWELL E. SHERER CHEVROLET CO. Chevrolet Passenger Cars 81 Trucks MONTROSS LUMBER CO. Hardware and Builders' Supplies Acme Quality Paints LAUF ER BROS. Groceries and Meats Phone 5126 THE CAPPEL-WAYNE FURNITURE CO. For Over 50 Years CAPPEL Has Meant GOOD FURNITURE J. C. GARDNER CO. Dodge and Plymouth and Dodge Trucks R. R. Householder, Mgr. CABLE'S Cleaning and Pressing Shop Laundry Service Phone 3141 Compliments of THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION TROY, OHIO FIRST SECURITY COMPANY Loans on Personal Property DUTCH'S SINCLAIR SERVICE U. S. Tires . . . Lubrication Road Service Phone 3201 YOBBY,S BARBER SHOP Opposite Court House "IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL" ZERKEI.. BROTHERS Hardware - Appliances DAVID SHOE STORE Red Cross Shoes 3 E. Main St. Troy, Ohio J. M. FULKERSON 81 CO. "The Rexall Store" THE BRAUN BROS. PACKING CO. EIB Brand Pure Food Products TROY HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, Refrigerators, Stoves, Washers and H ome Supplies IRVIN'S FUNERAL HOME MEMBER ,A Nufwunfigighmfmms 'Y INVITATION THE STEIL-GRUNDER-DYE CO. TWEEDS Wholesale Candies ALLEN'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Portable Typewriters K'S HAMBURGERS Buy 'Em By The Sack 5c 116 E. Main St. HUGH W. RANKIN Plumbing and Heating . . . Sheet Metal Work Phone 4141 Troy, Ohio 16 W. Franklin St. REICHARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP Sudden Service Main and Crawford Troy, Ohio THE GEO. R. McCONNELL COMPANY All Lines of Insurance Northwest Corner Public Square DANNER'S SHOE HOSPITAL While U Wait Service 115 E. Main St. TROY PATTERN WORKS Wood and Metal Pattems TROY, OHIO Si 4. M, k,3.syg..? :ww gf. -fi--335511951-' '-Hggwjgsgpf ",4:,gf.Lp.?g- - -N 5,-, ,f -- :- I -- -gg , ,C A:-. J,-...? 1 'v 'W' fa v-STQLL 'M ,. - 2,11 V - f 3 - ,. -K ny- "Y - -1-mth' , . ' " - :L rf 4' 'rf pf L , - P QU- -D 1-34,1 - ffl. 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