Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH)

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Www fff:1S.2f', UBGX IS 3' gas..--s---' . J W-. fx fl. 1.4 1 K 945' . f' Twle f A The Treian Volume XV Published by The Senior Class ef 1941 Troy, Ohio Q ..,,,w.g,,f.L1.uam9aM..u1.. 0 ix 5' rf wwflifl 25335355 ,,..,.4...a-....L-,.. r ..., .K Rimes. SchooISon2 Oh, Troy High live on forever, Forever and for ayeg Your memory sweet, we'll oft repeat The joys of by-gone days. Come all and join the chorus And swell the glad refrain- We'll shout and cry T-R-O-Yg We'll ever praise thy name. F. L. Humherger E. A. Skidmore WMM WE. L 2,51 MQ 2 2 ...M CCNTENTS DEDICATICN ADMINISTIQATICN SENICIQS CLASSES CLUBS MUSIC SDCIQTS BUSINESS Dedicati n BECAUSE he shares with us his richest exper- iences with the best in art, music, and literature, and by his own enthusiasm for this best helps us to enjoy it, we dedicate this volume of the 6'Trojan" to Frank H. Dreutv ., .......,-Hsmf. .Nw ,W ,,,,. ,, . . ,vw ,. f,..., -... uns ,ws Troian Staff Ufficers Betty Mattocks Theodore Weeks Virginia Bretland Robert Zerkel Assistant Editor Business Manager Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor The liith VDLUME Df the SSTIZQDJANM Dl'6S8l1tS ii Mr. Fred B. Pettay Miss Helen Sinks Advisor Advisor review of Troy I-Iiuh School student activities for 1940-41 Mary E. Moody Warren Easley Jayne Bigley Jack Fay Art Editor Assistant Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Juanita Arthur Keith Bader Kaye Barnes Vivian Berchtold Robert Blackmore Lucille Brown Donald Davis Mary Gantz Robert Davis Loretta Dean Carl Duffey Richard Emerick Peggy Davis Richard Gardner Dale Gibboney Marion Hall Joe Bill Hance June Hansford George Hartzell Kathryn Hartzell Kenneth Gruhhs John Heikes Nancy Hitchcock Glen Hogle Mary Hunt Charles Kerr Betty ,lane Lanclrey Norman Matson ,loan Metcalf Robert Metcalf Marjorie Miller Richard Neal Ruth Nordquist Lois Pask Lucy Carolyn Rodgers Galen Saul Nancy Seay Richard Shellenbarger Lois Shroyer Ben Spade Charles Tarnplin ,lean Terrell Marion Tucker Laura Van Ausdal Imogene Vesper Troian Staff Administration Walter H. Coles, Vice President Amherst College. T. E. Hook, i Su erintendent P C.E. Ohio Northern University, AB. University of Michigan, M.A. University of Michigan. MA. Columhia University. Leo H. Faust State University. Wooster College. ask . ft William H. Hobart Dennison University and Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. W. L. Swaidner, Principal A.B. Indiana State Teachers' College, M.A. Columbia Uni- versity, Graduate Work, Uni- versity of Michigan, Graduate Work, Ohio State University. Mathematics. Mrs. Johnson E. Miami University and Ohio West Frank C. Montross, President Grinell College and University of Michigan. R. A. Kerr Ohio Wesleyan University and University of Michigan. . ...-V..-Jllulnmv... 4... .., ,i .,,, ,,,....,.,.,.,. ,,., c,..,,-,.-w..-.-..- ---,r-.--..-.r...-.v. V- rw ...wp---V .Wy-U.-iisf-..,,,,,,,,, ,.-,,. -.. -.,- ,,.,,,,.- Administration Miss Helen A. Sinks, Troy, Ohio. B.S. Miami University, Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin. Graduate Work, Duke University. English. "Trojan" Advisor. Senior Advisor. Miss Mary A. Butler, Troy, Ohio. A.B, Ohio Wesleyan University. A.M. University of Michigan. Graduate Work, Chautauqua, New York. English, Latin. Dean of Girls. Girl Reserve Advisor. Mrs. Nina Marie Ladd, Milledgeville, Ohio. A.B. Wittenberg College. M.A. Ohio State University. French Club Advisor. Miss Dorothy E. Thomas, Oberlin, Ohio. A.B, Oberlin College. M.A. Oberlin College. Graduate Work, Western Reserve University. English. Dramatic Club Advisor. Mr. Frank H. Prouty, Troy, Ohio A.B. Alma College. M.A. University of Michigan. Graduate Work Universit of r Y Michigan. Graduate Work, Harvard University. Graduate Work, Ohio State University. English, Journalism. Honor Society Advisor. Music Club Advisor. Mr. Fred B. Pettay, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Muskingum College. Ohio State University. Biology. Nature Club Advisor. "Trojan" Business Advisor Hi-Y Advisor. Miss Grace C.. Wentz, Coshocton, Ohio. B.S. Ohio University, Commercial. Girl Reserve Advisor- 2nd Chapter. Mr. C. W1 Walters, Troy, Ohio. A.B. University of Michigan. M.S. University of Michigan. Chemistry, Physics, Senior Science. Camera Club Advisor. Hi-Y Advisor, Senior Advisor. Mr. Carl W. Vesper, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Ohio Northern University. B.S. Ohio Northern University. M.A. Ohio State University, Phi Delta Kappa. General Science. Student Council Advisor Tennis Coach. Mr. Walter R. Stein, Troy, Ohio. Bliss Business College, Columbus Ohio. Bowling Green, Bowling Green, Ohio. B.S. Wilmington College. Graduate Work, Ball State Teachers' College. Commercial. Usher Staff Advisor. f M- H...-1-:Y -.. . . . Mr. Donald C. Bay, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Otterbein College, M.A. University of Missouri. Graduate Work, University of Kansas. Graduate Work, Ohio State University. Mr. L. E. Jackson, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Muskingum College. M.A. University of Michigan, Graduate Work, Ohio State University, Social Science, Public Speaking. Debate Coach. Member of Forensic League. Mr. Herschel C. Applegate, Troy, Ohio. B.S. Miami University. M.A. Ohio State University. Graduate Work, Bradley Polytechnic. Industrial Arts. -f . ,f-- -1 -e - aw -7 f-.,-.v..Tm-fn -..c..,.-f.. ,...,......,.........-......,,-.....,,..,. Administration Mr. William A. Howald, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Heidelberg University. Graduate Work, Wittenberg College. Graduate Work, Ohio State University. Graduate Work, University of Denver. Physical Education, Athletic Director. Track Coach. Miss Jane E. Coons, Granville, Ohio. A.B. Dennison University. Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin. Physical Education. Mr. Roy C. Zook, Troy, Ohio. A.B. Ohio State University. Graduate Work, Ohio State University, U. S. History, Psychology, Mathematics. Athletic Manager. Golf Coach. Miss Evelyn A. Horton, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. B.S. Kent State University. Graduate Work Western Reserve University. Home Economics. Cafeteria, wi--,W-f-.,........W..,. ...W wa..f.,:,fT Mr. Warren R. Kindy, West Carrolton, Ohio. A.B. Manchester College. M.A. Ohio State University. Mathematics, Assistant Principal. Mr. Richard Manuel, Troy, Ohio. Miami University. B.S. Wilmington College, Graduate Work, Miami University. Bierman's Coaching School, West Virginia University. Coaching School, University of Kentucky. English. Football, Basketball, Baseball Coach. Carlton H. Kazmaier, Tipp City, Ohio. B.S, Wittenberg College. Coaching School, University of Kentucky. Assistant Coach. Social Science. Administration Mr. Frank L. Humberger, Troy, Ohio. Dana Institute. Graduate of Thomas Normal, Detroit, Michigan. Graduate Work, Columbia University. Graduate Work, University of Southern California. Music Supervisor. Kurt Carl Becker, M.D., C.P.H. University of Morburg, Germany. M.D. Ohio State University. Certificate in Public Health, University of Michigan. Graduate Work, Medical Depart- ment, Harvard University. Health Commissioner, Troy and Miami County. Medical Director, Troy Schools Mrs. Victor Peter, Troy, Ohio. B.S. Ohio State University. Home Economics. Mrs. Frank Prouty, Troy, Ohio. Bachelor of School Music, Con- servatory of Music, Oberlin College. Music. Miss Clara M. Schumm, Troy, Ohio. Graduate, Lakeside Hospital School for Nurses. Graduate in Public Health, Western Reserve University. Graduate Work, Western Reserve University. Columbia University. School Nurse, ..i..... .-,. '.....u,,., i Z-.. .,..,..,e, Mrs. Beatrice Truitt, Troy Ohio. Troy, High School, 1932. Secretary to Superintendent. Mr. William Wintrow, Troy, Ohio. Custodian. --,,.-.,..,...q. in-. W .. ... ., .., it ,.,..vp.-,avr -, wf-.rw-ww-,f,v....... M,.f,-qquyy.-..,.w.fra'5g.:F, . Miss Nancy Whitehead Columbus, Ohio. B.S. Ohio State University. University of Mexico, Miss Muriel Fry, Covington, Ohio. Troy High School, 1939. Secretary to Principal. Mr. Elms! Fish, Troy, Ohio. Engineer. Q' 5 'E S RS ,,,,m,MwW,,,.A.,. . x . , . ,,.. WV.. , - S35 M QQS3imsfiZXZ2Q E?g ii -2 Q " sg g41sT,g23'l:?'?i!Q f-i1EQ:iE1".i' L W 3':. 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District-State Scholarship Tests-1, 2. National Honor Society-3, 4. Varsity "Tv-3. Baseball-3, 4. Senior Scholarship Tests-4. Vice President of Senior Class. Usher Staff-2, 3, 4g Manager--3. 4th Honors. Glen Sanford Hogle Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Debate Team-3. Camera Club-4, Casting Club-3, i'Chimes of Nor m Band--1. Van Cleve Vanities Football-1, 2, 3, Service Letter-3 Track Team-2, 3. Junior Chapel-3. Treasurer of Sen Senior Motto - He conquers who CDHCIUQYS hiIllSBIf ...M -...,..r.aQ1.M .... -M... ,..c.......,.A. .....a.i,'- M.- ..,..,......,.e2-il-fi-'W'-Af'-" -A-A-----...Q :L........,.... . ..-V M HY-- 4g President-3. andy"-4. -2, 4. 4. , 4. ior Class-4. l i 3 I 1 i 5 1 4 l i 5 as-wh Seniors Joseph K. Bailey Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4. William Marshall Beck Hi-Y Club-4. Golf Team-3, 4. Reserve Basketball-2, 3. Football-3. J ayne Bigley Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g Cabinet-4-. Girl Reserve Ring Club44. Nature Club-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 49 Associate Editor-4. Camera Club-4g Secretary-Treasurer-4. Usher Staff-3. "Tulip Time"-l. Geraldine Peggy Ann Applegate Girl Reserve-4, Entered Senior Year. Waunita Arnold Girl Reservee-2, 3, 43 Secretary-4. Girl Reserve French Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-1, District-State Scholarship Tests-3, 4. Ring Club--4. "Pirates of Penzance"+3. Girls' Glee Club-l, 3. Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4. Martha Bigley Van Cleve Vanities---2. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-2, 3, 4. Mary Virginia Bretland French Club-3, 4' Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Dfamatfc Clubvl 3, 45 Presldem-3' Annual Staff-3, 49 Editor-in-Chief-4. ,luurnallsm Club-3, 4. Usher Staff-3' Student Council-41. W1-ulip Timeff-1. qamera Clul?f'4- "Belle of Bagdadw-2 'IP Tlme -1- "Chimes of Normandvw-4-. Y S Glee Club-L Girls' Glee club-1 2 Athlellc A550Ciatl0n'1, 2, 3- Girls' Athletic Association-1 2 3 4 Basketball-l, 2 "-..'.'.f a- . ..,, ..,- .. . . ,- ,.. , , .L .. ,.. ,. ., ...N......- .- , r,-u.............u..... . .. ,..........1,,r -4 .. I , M ,Cleve Yaniti6S-1- Girls' Basketball-37 4 s ls' ' 7 William E. Archer Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-2, 4. Baseball-2, 4. Football-2, 4. Service Letter-4. Juanita Arthur Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Nature Club-3, 4. French Cluh--3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-l. Club-44. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. Girls' Athletic Association-l, 2, 3 Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, Van Cleve Vanities-4. Kathleen Ruth Barnes Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g vice President 4 Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. French Club-4. Annual Staff-4. Camera Club-4-. Usher Staff-3. "Tulip Time"-l, "Pirates of Penzance"-3. Girls' Glee Club-1, 3. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3 4 Vice President-A-. Girls' Basketball-l, 2, 3, 4. v-Y-..,.--V .- W M .. . ....-,.puun... , ,.,nn,.,.-4, Betty Brinkman Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-4. French Club-3, 4. Usher Staff-2, 3. John Edward Bushong Hi-Y Club-2, 3g Treasurer-4. French Club-3, 4. Library Club-2. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Student Council-4, Camera Club-23 President-3, 4. National Honor Society-3, 4, Senior Scholarship Tests-4. District-State Scholarship Tests-1, 2, 3, 4. '4Chimes of Normandy"-4. Band-1, 4. Orchestra-1, 2. Band Letter-4. Music Appreciation Club-3. Van Cleve Vanities-1, 2, 3, 4. Van Cleve Vanities Committee- 3rd Hon ors, James Wilson Collins Football-1, 2, 4. 3. 1211 H, Seniors Lucille Brown Girl Reserve-3, 4, Library Club-4. Annual Staff-4. Camera Club-4. Elizabeth Ann Butcher Library Club-3. Girls' Glee Club-3. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3. Baseball-2, 3. Carolyn Anne Conard Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g Cabin French Club-3, 4. 5'Belle of Bagdadn-2, "Pirates of Penzance"-3. Orchestra-1, 2, 3. Girls' Glee Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-4. American Legion Essays-1, Vernon Eugene Curry Hi-Y Club-4. ...M , ,.,.....u.-U... ,M ...H . ,,. if .,-,fy YW r- ,.....- f.. CI- Music Appreciation Club-4. 2, 4. Nancy Loulse Colllns Girl Reserve 2 3 4 Girls Athletic Association 1 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Robert W. Cooper "Pirates of Penzancel'-3. Reserve Basketball-2. Baseball-3. Football-1, 2, Margaret Isabel Davis Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4g President-4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 4. Student Council-1. Camera Club-4. District-State Scholarship Tests-1, 2, 3. "Tulip Time"-1, Girls, Glee Club-l. Girls' Athletic Association-1 2 Girls' Basketball-1. Van Cleve Vanities-3, 4. National Honor Society-4 Vice President of ,Iunior Class- . as V iv ....I . . V f .. ..., Y V-sw --v.-qv-vv-mkiiaw--, ..q.,-WW as www. -I-W -mm,-1-W, ..,,,.,, M - 4 t-W-.Wmswmgww I J ane Donavan Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Seniors Naomi Ruth Davis Girls' Glee Club-l. Girls, Basketball-1, 2, 3. Girls, Baseball-1, 2, 3, Loretta Dean Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-4, Camera Club-4. Girls' Basketball-2. Library Club-2, 3, 43 Treasurer-4. Camera Club-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club-l, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Athletic Association-l, 2, Girls' Basketball-2, 3. Girl Reserve Handicraft Club-4, Charles Eidemiller Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4g Vice President Van Cleve Vanities--2, 3, 4. Baseball-4. Football-1, 2, 3, 4. Football HT"-4. Charles Richard Hi-Y Club-4. Annual Staff-4. Casting Club-3, 4. Emerick 0 f 3. -2. Girl Reserve-4. Betty E. Elicker Library Club-4. Journalism Club-4. Girl Reserve Handicraft Club-4. J ay V. Emrick Dramatic Club-3. Stage Crew-2, 3, 43 Manager-3. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2. Girls' Athletic Association-2. Girl Reserve Handicraft Club- '15 Robert M. Davis Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Annual Staff:-4. Camera Club-3. Usher Staff-2, 3. , Van Cleve Vanities-2. Football Manager-3. Track Manager-3. Lois Jean DeWeese Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g President-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-2, 3, 4. ' Student Council-1. National Honor Society-3, 4. Girls, Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4 cms' Basketball-1, 2, 3, ' American Legion Essay Contest-2, 3. Marvin F. Drake Hi-Y Club--4. Student Council--2, 3. -.4-.-.Ju-vw-" 'Wu .g,,,,,..,,,. ,,.,.-,- ,.,..,qppq ,..-xv!- , . . ...rlmvlw-.-. .pns-w-.-..--v-..-q.,.-gpvm...,,.w5!lnt1-r'-"'-rr'"f"-'f"""'-"FIWP1" 's'f""'r-'rf' """""x"""""""""'m' Seniors Virginia Maxine English Girl Reserve-3, 4. Entered Sophomore Year. .lean Roberta Favorite Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. French Club-4. Usher Staff-2, 3. Band-2, 3. Band Letter-3. - Music Appreciation Club-4. Entered Sophomore Year. Margaret Gertrude Fish Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Library Club-2. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4. Journalism Club-3, 43 Editor- Student Council-2. Girls' Glee Club-1. Van Cleve Vanities-3, 4. 4. Dorothy Enz Library Club-3, 4. Journalism Club-4. Camera Club-2. Girls'Athletic Association-2. Girls' Basketball-2. .lack Joseph Fay Hi-Y Club-4. Nature Club-4. Annual Staff-4: Ass Debate Team-3, 4. Usher Staff-1, 2, 3. ociate Editor-4. National Forensic League-3, 4. uChimes of Normandyi'-4. Van Cleve Vanities- Tennis-l, 2, 3, 4. Cheerleader--1 3, 4. Ann 1, 2, 3, 4. Dale Edward Gibboney ual Staff-4. George E. Gray Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Band-1, 2, 3. Band Letter-1, Track Team-1. Joyce M. Geisman Girl Reserve-4. Library Club-4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 4. Girls' Athletic Association- Vice President-4. Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Lowell F. Gigandet Hi-Y Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-3. Debate Team-2. Band-l. Football-3, 4. Football "TH-4-. .lack Joseph Guehl Hi-Y Club-4. Baseball-4. Football-4. Service Letter-3, 4. 1, 2, 3,4 -Q-vw-w-vt,-,---qi-V-sv-V nf sw-ww ' 'rw i. 0 ' 3 5 L E I James Fredrick Hawley Hi-Y Cluh42, 3, 4. Camera Club-2, 3. Casting Clubw3, 4. "Pirates of Penzance"-3. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Music Appreciation Club-3, 4. Boys' Glee Clulm73, 4g Secretary Van Cleve Vanities-4. Tennisf4, Cheerleader-4. Irene Elizabeth Hillis "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Girls' Glee Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-4, Entered Senior Year. George Wallace Hogan Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-4, French Club-3. Casting Cluh-3, 4. Van Cleve Vanities-3, 4. Football-l, 2, 3. Track Team-4. or Chapel-3. Seniors Marion D. Hall Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 43 Cabinet-2. Annual Staff-4. Trojan Ten-45 President-4-. "Tulip Time"-1. "Belle of Bagdad"-2. Band-1, 2. Orchestra-1, 2. Band Letter-2. Reserve Basketball--1. Varsity Basketball-2, 3, 4. Basketball "T"-2, 3, 4. Baseball--2, 3, 4. Baseball "T"-2, 3, 4. Service Letter-4. Gold Basketball-2. Silver Medal-3. Gold Medal-4. George Williaxli Hartzell Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4, Chairman-4. Nature Club-3, 45 Vice President-4. Camera Cluh-4. ' Van Cleve Vanities-2. Reserve Basketball-3, Football-1, 4. Track Team-2, 3. Nancy Hitchcock Girl Reserve-2, 3, 45 Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Library Club-l, 2. Annual Staff-4. District-State Scholarship Tests-3. "Tulip Time"-l. "Belle of Bagclad"v2. "Pirates of Penzance"-3. Band-1, 2, llilllll Letter-2. Orchestra'-l, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Clubfl, 2. Boys' Glee Clulw--l, 2, 3, 4, Piano. Van Ch-vc Vanitiesil, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Alhlvlic Association-1. Girls' liaslwllmall-l, 2. Girls' Basclmll-Al. 2. Barbara ,lean Hulford Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. French Club-3, 4. Lihrary Clubf2, 3, 43 President-4 Journalism Club-4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3. Girls' Basketball-l, 2, 3. Olive Faye Hart Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-3, 4. Entered Sophomore Year. Kathryn Louise Hartzell Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-3, 4g Secretary-Treasurer-4 French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Camera ClubF3, 4. Usher Stall-l, 2, 3. Girls' Glee Club-1, Van Cleve Vanitieswl, 2. Annie Josephine Hill Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girls' Glee Club--l, 2, 3. Girls' Athletic Association-l, 2, 3 4 Girls' Basketball-2, 3. 'U' ...Lu .,.. M. - ..,4a 4, -.. .4-...A Mary Elizabeth Hunt Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Library Club-2, 4. Annual Staff-4. Camera Club-1, 2. Girls' Glee Club-4. Girls' Athletic Association-1 Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Ruth Evelyn Jenkins Girl Reserve-3, 4, Library Club-3, 4. Camera Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-1. Vernon Baird Kahl , 2, 3, 4. Seniors Orville M. Jenkins Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Student Council-2. Basketball-2. Basketball WI"-2. Football-3. Football HT"-3. Track-2, 3, 4-. Track 'ST'-4. Hope Pauline Johnson Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Journalism Club-4. Debate Team-2. Music Appreciation Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Hi-Y Club-3, 4, French Club-3, 4. Dramatic Clube-3, 4. Camera Club-4. Casting Club-3, 4. "Belle of Bagdadv-2. Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Band "T"-2, 4. Orchestra-1, 3. Van Cleve Vanities-1, 2, 3, 4. A-AL,,,, , ,M -...,,.......,n...-..,,m.Q.., .,-,... .:u............, . Alice M. Kennard Entered Senior Year. Dramatic Club-4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Music Appreciation Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-4. Scholarship Tests-4, District-Stale Scholarship Tests-4. National Honor Society-4. 2nd Honors. Phyllis M. Knuefener Girl Reservef2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Library Club-3, 4, Camera Club-4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Girls' Glee Club-4. Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ann Karns Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4, .lournalism Club-4. Girls' Athletic Association-1 2 3 Girls' Basketball-2. Camera Club-2. Charles L. Kerr Entered Sophomore Year, Hi-Y Club--2, 3, 4, President 4 Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-4. Student Council-3, 4, Vice President-4 Camera Clubhfi, National Honor Society-3, 4 President 4 Scholarship Tests-4. District-State Scholarship Tests 3 Van Cleve Vanities-3, 4. Secretary of Junior Class-3. American Legion Essay-4. 5th Honors. F. Willianl Kropp Hi-Y Club-3, 4. 'Stage Crew-3, 4. Band-2, 3, 4. Band "T"-3. ww:-maamfmw .ff J. Norman Matson Hi-Y Club--2, 3, 4. Annual Staff-4, Golf Team-3, 4. Golf "T"-3, 4. Golf Medal-3. . Carolyn ,I une McDonald Girl Reserve-3, 4. ' Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Library Club-3, 4. Camera Club-4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4, Richard E. McMullen Golf Team-3. Reserve Basketball-3. Baseball-3, Track Team-3. Seniors Anna Lee Lippincott Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. "Pirates of Penzance"-3. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Music Appreciation Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3. Van Cleve Vanities-1, 4. Robert Dale Loop Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. French Club-4. Van Cleve Vanitiw-3, 4. Baseball-3. Marie Emily McMaken Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4, Cabinet-4. Girls' Glee Club-3. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Girls' Athletic Association-2, 3, 4. Girls' Basketball-2, 3, 4. Service Letter-4. Cheerleader-4. Guy Edward McSwain Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Journalism Cluhf4. Stage Crew-4. Van Cleve Vanities42, 3, 4. .-sf.-, -,ls Q..-A -f--A ----A -A-f--M .A1-- fe-.a............-Ls-gates.,-K V A-A . . ........-...r ..A.-.....a... . .Adm Edward H. Littlejohn District-State Scholarship T Football-2, 3, 4, Football HT"-3, 4. Mary Ellen Macy Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Betty Ann Mattocks Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. Journalism Club-3, 4. , w mFww-wa-, ests-2 Annual Staff-43 Associate Editor-4 Band-1, 2. Band "T"-2, Girls' Glee Club-1. Girls' Athletic Associationfl, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Van Cleve Vanities-4. American Legion Essay--1. V -A., .L .., .fn ..m4,,gL,,,sn.,:,. M1 , M... .f.. . .... ..t Q. if -MW... ., , ,,.,. ,, vw-trlwvusvun-.-.-.-.Y -twrwvxrnrfff-W.----W --ff-1-ann,-M fu- N- -W ' "H-N" -' """""'f'Y"-"'V""""" Seniors Joan Metcalf Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. French Club-3, 4 Dramatic Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-4, Camera Club-4. "Tulip Time"-l. Girls' Glee Club-1. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4. Service Letter. Everett Carl Mick Hi-Y Club-3, 4. Bernice Ellen Moist Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Library Club-4. Camera Club-2, 3, 4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3. Van Cleve Vanities-1, 4. Girls' Basketball-1, Girl Reserve Handicraft Club-4. - f ......... rin., in-A Robert Metcalf Hi-Y Club-4. Annual Staff-4. Student Coufncil-1, "Belle of Bagdad"-2. "Pirates of Penzance"-3, rrulip Time'-1. Band-l, 2. Band Letter-2. Boys' Glee Club-2, 3. Geraldine Mishler Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer-4. Student Council-3. Band-l, 2, 3, Band Letter-2. Girls' Glee Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities Committee-3, 45 Secretary-4. Mary Eleanor Moody Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4, Cabinet-4. French Clubw3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 43 Art Editor-4. District-State Scholarship Tests-3. Music Appreciation Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-3, Thomas William Musgrave Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. French Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-2, 4. ,lunior Chapel Committee-3, Casting Club-3, 43 Secretary-Treasurer-4. Lois E. Moneysmith Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Library Club-3, 4. Girls' Basketball-1, 2. Dorothy Mae Mundhenk Girl Reserve-3, 4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Van Cleve Vanities-1. Girls' Athletic Association-1. Girls' Basketball-I, 2, 3, 4. Barbara Jean Myers Entered Senior Year. Girl Reserve-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Wh.. ,W u.1,.s,,..,s....c.....,..,,,, . r.,...,,,,,,,,.,,i....,. ..i...,,..4..,s..-u..a..,..,.t,....,,,,,M,h,,,u..,,..,t..-... ' 4 - '- SBI1iOI'S Irene Faye Peterseim Girl Reserve-2, 3, 43 Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Richard Elton Neal Nature Club-4. French Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 4. Camera Club-4. 'sChimes of Normandy"-4, Boys' Glee Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-2, 3, 4. Junior Class Treasurer-3. Emery Eugene Palsgrove Hi-Y Club-3, 4-. Band-1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra-1, 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club-4. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Arthur Powell Elijah Ray C Cl b,,,3' "Chimes of Normandy"-4. Sfggramf-1, 2, 3, 4. Boys' clee Club-4. Lucy Carolyn Rodgers Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-2, 3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Library Club-2, 3, 4-g President-3. Annual Staff-3, 4. Student Council-43, National Honor Society-3, 4. Senior Scholarship Tests-4. District-State Scholarship Tests- "Tulip Time"-1. Be of Ba dad"-2. st a-1. e ican Legion Essay-4. 1 t onors as 1 - g f r Gif ,'Glee club-1, 2, 3. 'lun 2, 3, 4. Elwood D. Roeser Hi-Y Club-4, Nature Cluwb-4. Van Cleve Vanities-2. F ootball-1. Service Letter-2. Track Team-4. Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4g President-4. Ruth Alice Nordquist Girl Reserve-2, 3, 46 Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. French Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-3, 4. Annual Staff-3, 4. Student Council-4. Camera Club-3, 4, National Honor Society-3, 4. District-State Scholarship Tests-2 "Chimes of Normandy"-4. i'Tulip Time"-l. Orchestra-1. Music Appreciation Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-1. Van Cleve Vanities-3, 4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2. Girls' Basketball-2, IvanBasil Pearson Entered Sophomore Year. Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Band-2. Van Cleve Vanities-4. Track Team-4, Mary Pour Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve--3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association-2. Girls' Basketball-2. John Clifford Rogers Boys' Glee Club-4. Football-1, 2, 3, 4. I Football "T"-2, 3, 4. Basketball-3. Baseball-2, 3, Reserve Basketball-1, 2, 3. Seniors Mary Frances Ross Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4g Cabinet-4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Carson Trophy-4. Nature Club-3, 4. French Club-3, 4. Library Club-2. Dramatic Cluh-2, 3, 4. journalism Club-4. Student Council-2, 3, 43 President-4. Usher Staff-3. ' "Tulip Time"-l. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4. Virginia Eileen Sands 1 Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. "Pirates of Penzance"-3. "Chimes of Normandy"-4, Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3. Barbara A. Sauer Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-4. Music Appreciation Club-4. French Club-3. Girls' Glee Club-2, 3. Student CouncilWl. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Camera Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-1, 2. Girls' Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association--1, 2, 3, 4. Service Letter-4. Charles R. Sayers Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Stage Crew-44. X . . Nancy Anne Seay Girl Reserve-2, 3,- 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Nature Club-3, 43 President-4. French Club-3, 4. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 4. "Tulip Time"-1. Girls' Glee Club-1. Van Cleve Vanities-2. Girls' Basketball-2, 3, 4. Lois Elizabeth Shroyer Entered Sopliomore Year. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. .lnurnalism Cluh-4. Annual Staff--4. Dehate Team-3. Usher Staff-3. Girls' Glee Cluh-2. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Girls' liaskelhalla2, 3, 4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3 Girls' Athletic Association-2, 3, 4, Dorothy June Scaggs Entered Sophomore Year. Girl Reserve-4. French Cluh-3, 4. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4. Journalism Club-2, 3. Annual Stall-3, "Pirates of Penzance"-3. "Chimes of Norn1andy"-4. Music Appreciation Cluh-4. Girls' Glee Club-2. Van Cleve V3.lllllE'SY2, 3. Victor Norman Shook Ed it Hi-Y Cluh-2, 3, 43 Secretary-4g " ' Treasurer-2. - 'A Dramatic Cluh-3, 4, Treasurer-4. ,Inurnalism Club-4. ' Student Council-4, Van Cleve Vanities- 42. ,lalnes William Slifer Golf-2, 3, 4. Basketball-3. Football-4. Journalism Cluh-3. ii .- Qi" ,fr ., A. , Seniors Laura Aurin Van Ausdal Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Rin Club-4. g French Clubv3, 4. Journalism Club-4, Annual Staff-4. Music Appreciation Club- Edith Mae Webb Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. French Cluh43, 4. Library Club-4, 3, Girls' Athletic Association- ,lanet Lucille Werts Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Library Club-3, 4. "Chimes of Normandy"-4, Girls' Glee Club-3, 4. 2, 3, 4. Herbert M. Sullivan Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Stage Crew-3, 4. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-4. French Club-4. Camera Club-4, Usher Staff-4. Music Appreciation Club-4. Girls' Glee Club-4. Girls' Basketball-4. Girls' Athletic Association-4. Charles Wallace Tamplin Hi-Y Cluli-2, 3, 4. French Club--3. Camera Club-1, 2, 3, 45 Vice President-4, Casting Club-3, 43 President-4. District-State -Scholarship Tests-2. Van Cleve Vanities-2, 4. Cheerleader-3. American Legion Essay-1. .luinior Chapel Committee-3. Evelyn Josephine Tecklenherg David O, Ullrey Hi-Y Club-4. Anna Louise Weaver C. Theodore Weeks Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4, President-2. French Club-3, 43 Vice President-4. Nature Club-4. Annual Stafl'v3, 4g Business Manager-4. Van Cleve Vanities-4. Van Cleve Vanities Committef+3, 4. Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Library Cl-uib-3, 4. Usher Staff-3, 4. Girl Reserve Handicraft Club-4. Rosemary Wilson Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Girl Reserve Handicraft Club-4. I Nature Club-4, -Er Library Club-3. Journalism Club-3. Student Council-2. Camera Club-4. Girls' Athletic Association-1, 2, 3, 4. Girls' Basketball-l, 2. Seniors Forest Winters, J r. Betty Elizabeth Wright Girl Reserve-4. Library Club-3. Girls' Basketball-2. Wilbur Weller Wright Hi-Y Club-4, Girl Reserve Ring Club-4. Football-3. Service Letter-3. Marjorie Louise Wright Girl Reserve-2, 3, 4. Library Club-4. Girls' Glee Club--4. ' Girls' Basketball-1, 2. Robert S. Zerkel Hi-Y Club-2, 3, 4. Nature Club-4. French Club-3. Dramatic Club-2, 3, 4g Treasurer-3. Annual Staff-3, 45 Assistant Editor-4. Casting Club-3, 4. Van Cleve Vanities-2, 3, 4. Football-2, 3. .N ..W...L.g.1snL..L.jmgc-, ...A 'Mgr ,g...,.1,,.a.Ms...qu-,j..i.....,g5i.,,...-.ui-rn.. .U W, , , Kathleen M. Link Girl Reserve-4. "Pirates of Penzance"-3. Van Cleve Vanities-3. Girls' Basketball-4. r W'..'..'.! - W. 3. .V,,. . V,,, , f-ff www. ,..-.-r,.,...,,.,- -.7 .,. ff. .frwvw-nv Q--Y-W ww Senior Class History In the fall of 1937, our great institution of learning opened its doors to 161 wide-eyed and curious freshmen who were properly initiated by the dignified seniors of that year. Eight 'cfroshi' went to Miami to participate in the Scholarship Tests while several students won honors in the American Legion Essay Contest. V As sophomores, we joined many extra-curricular activities such as the "Belle of Bagdaclf Girl Reserve, Hi-Y, and also placed high in the Scholarship Tests and in the American Legion Essay Contest. With James Carpenter, Peg Davis, Charles Kerr, and Richard Neal as our junior officers, we had a very successful and enjoyable year. The National Honor Society gave memberships to Ruth Nordquist, Lois DeWeese, Lucy Carolyn Rodgers, Charles Kerr, John Bushong, and Carl Duffy. The class took part in the Van Cleve Vanities, the i'Pirates of Penzance," presented a hilarious version of the "Shooting of Dan McGrew', in Junior Chapel, and gave the seniors a memorable Farewell Chapel. In our last glorious year, we were busy with the "American Revuen headed by Ted Weeks, the operetta, 6'The Chimes of Normandyv in which five seniors sang the leading parts, the publishing of the fifteenth volume of the nTrojang" senior meetings including seniors from all three home rooms, and the selection of our motto and colors. Two seniors, Peg Davis and Alice Kennard, received membership in the National Honor Society. The college committee was very active this year. The 121 seniors chose as their class motto "He conquers who conquers himself" and as class colors, navy blue and gold. The social events of the year were the senior dinner, the class play "June Mad" by Ryerson and Clements, and the Junior-Senior Prom. The juniors gave the Farewell Chapel. The Baccalaureate services by Reverend John Weaver, and the Commencement Exercises with Reverend Edgar DeWitt Jones as the speaker closed our senior year. Commencement Activities Honor Students April 29 - Senior Dinner May 6 3 Class Play 6,-'une Mad,, 1. LUCY CAROLYN RODGERS May 23 - Junior-Senior Prom 2. ALICE KENNARD May 29 - Farewell Chapel 3. JOHN BUSHONG June 1 - Baccalaureate Speaker - Reverend John 4-. CARL DUFFEY Weaver 5. CHARLES KERR ,Iune 5 - Commencement 'Speaker -- Reverend Edgar DeWitt Jones Detroit, Michigan CLASS DLAY WJIJNIE MAD" - Dyerson 8 Clements PENNY, fifteen year old female Henry Aldrich. . . CHUCK, glider enthusiast from next door ..... DR. WOOD, Penny's doctor father ............. MRS. WOOD, Pennyis understanding mother .... MERVYN, twenty years old, Mrs. Wood's brother. .. ROGER, Mervyn's rich college friend ........... MR. HARRIS, Chuckis father .................. JULIE, Chuck's older sister .................... MILLY LOU, twelve year old neighborhood pest. EFFIE, family maid .......................... ELMER, family handy man ............. . . TWINS, Shirley and Ralph Wentworth ..... . . . . .Nancy Seay .Theodore Weeks . . .John Bushong . .Dorothy Scaggs . . . .Vernon Kahl . . . .Victor Shook Eugene Palsgrove . . .Martha Bigley . . . . .Betty Mattocks Peg Fish . . . . . .Mary Ross . . . . . Glen Hogle and Richard Neal CLASSES ,m,ppll'i"' J WARREN EASLEY, Junior Class Uffieers MARY GANTZ President Vice President VIVIAN BERCHTOLD, SeCTeFa1'y Treasurer i......4.....,......i..1,...U.r. , Junior Class I-Iistory Three years in T. H. S. have made this junior class a good one. While its members were freshmen, they learned to cooperate with the faculty and with one another for the betterment of the school, and, during their sophomore year, they used this knowledge to win a sur- prising number of honors in sports, as well as scholastics. This year, with the help of the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and committee chairmen, they have made themselves known by their par- ticipation in school activities. They added to the pages of Troy High's history by placing twelve members in the National Honor Society, a feat never before accomplished in this school. Every member was given a chance to help make his class and school outstanding. Most of the juniors accepted this opportunity and carried out their parts nobly. The junior class extends its thanks to the faculty who have made these achievements possible by their patience and help. With the same coordination between pupils and teachers, the class look forward to making their senior year even better than the other three. RICHARD SHELLENBARGER 5 . iff," w If 11, ,gt P1375 A, al t I it-:.tf in ff PER si I, Q . .Wy w li" ' lll1iOl' CIEISS ei if 'Q ar a I !,, fit f" ' Lf ti is A x Wayne Armstrong Keith Bader Clark Bair Harley Baum Gratia Becker Trenton Bell Earl Bittikofer Robert Blackmore Nick Braun Thomas Braun Robert Brown X Betty Brownewell Ramon Burke Robert Burley Naomi Campion Richard Chesnut Philip Compton Peter Davies Donald Davis Albert Denney Robert DeVilbiss Dawn Dodson Carolyn Doll Kathryn Downing Francis Ebberts Helen Ernrick Elizabeth Flinn Harriet Fraizer Fred Fuller Richard Gardner Ernest Carwood Richard Coodhand Kenneth Grubbs Charles Crump joe Bill Hance .lune Hansford Robert Hare lohn Heikes Patricia Hennessiey Frederick Hickman ' MwL0vHe1Sef at " Odessa Hicks - Helen Hines Gladys lngle Louise Irvine Ruth Kaufman Trecy Kaufman l.ouise Ki1'klan'd Isobel Knoop Doris .lean Kress Marjorie Kroger .luanita Landes Betty .lane Landrey Martha Lawrence Betty Lindsay Virginia Long Mary Lou Loutllan Stanley Macy Betty Ann Martin Fred McConnell -,..,,. ...nat L.. .,.,.... 3 , , Y Nl Betty Ann Martin Fred McConnell Robert Mccurdy Audrey McGuigan Eileen Miller Robert McMath Robert Melvin Marjorie Miller Eloise Minnich Helen Mott Lois Pask Nancy Mumford Carl Mumma Clayton Petry Foster Powell Aaron Quisenberry Paul Sarber Galen Saul Mary Ray Barbara Reinhard Frances Schaffer Lesla Schisler Charles Sebo Ruth Shanesy Eugene Sllaneyfelt Elsie Shawllan Irene Shawver Ivalou Siegel Robert Slack Vxola Slifer Dou las Smallenbarger David Smltley .lack Smock Ben S ade Gertle Starry P Robert Spam Joseph Spraul William Stewart Norma Stewart Esther Stroud jean 'l errell Rlta Suerdieck .lean Tecklenberg Edward Tucker Marlon Tucker Norma Van Klrk Glenna Wackler Fred Wagner Imogene Vesper Lowell Voris ,lolln Waler George Walpole Peggy Wheelock William Warwick .loyce Welborn Cathleen Wxlgus Barbara Worley Mary Wray Audrey Wright Univl' CIEISS Sonhomore C ass Betty Jean Adams William Allen Fern Andrews Lowell Arthur Norman Babcock Dale Bashore Allan Braun Irvin Brown Erma Brown Juanita Brumbaugh Irene Chavis Millie Cherrington John Chestnut Carl Chipley Ray Cline Charles Collins Marilyn Crouse Barbara Deady Gloria DeWeese Leon DeVelbiss Peggy Drake Hannah ,lean Earhart ,Io Anne Edge Clara Edminson Ned Elleman Kathleen English William Etherington Harold Feierstein Mattie Fee Betty Forsythe William Forsythe Dwight Frantz Phyllis Frye Rose Marie Furrow Robert Geiger Norma Geisman Emerson Gibhoney Anna Gigandet Richard Graef ,Io Anne Greulich Betty Grigsby Betty .lean Hanna Ralph Harshbarger Wanda Hayslip David Heater Herbert Hehb .loan Hiatt Florence Hogan Louise Holder Phyllis Hook Dorothy Howell Twilah Howell Martha Huiford Harry Hunley Eileen Jackson Betty J aqua William .lohnson Elhridge Jordan Nancy Kessler Robert Kingham Jesslyn Leethy Joseph Leethy Clara Long Naomi Long Ronald Long Edith Lykes Margaret Macy Charles Martin Norma Martin Melba Martz David Meeker Helen Melvin Eugene Merritt Juanita Millet Anne Moon Miriam Mouch Thelma Mumma Howard Mutschler Miriam Overholser Yvonne Overholser Clayton Petry Betsy Lee Porter .loseph Pour Marjorie Rager Caleb Ray Gladys Redmon Deloris Reed William Rhodes .lune Riffell Donna Robbins lrvin Roop Mable Russell Thomas Ryan Eileen Sanders Bruce Sayers Beverly Scott Bonita Seay Horace Seay If Paul Shook Mary Jane Shroy ll Clyde Smitley Donald Sockrider Sonhomore I3 ass an Marjorie Sotherland Max Stager Douglas Steinmetz Donald Stewart Priscilla Stokes Edward Stoner James Stowe Peggy Stratton Charles Suerdieck lliene Sullivan Patricia Thomas Mary Caroline Ullrey William Voris Doris Wagner Dean Weeks Patricia Weidner Karl Weiiner Wilbur Werling Irene Werts Leona Wilkens Dorothy Williams Wilma Woods Helen Wright Marcus Yount Dorothy Zimmerman 51. ,,,M,ggkHg., .,.. ..,.--.....,,.,.,-.y.....N......,, .,... , M., .,.....,....- M t......,.....a , .Q -.,.1...i J,...,im... -. sw, . --W-N -4-.V---in-we f, t, ,..e,,1zgY,g,..v --. 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Harvey Penn i 5 Wanda Penney .lane Perry Jerry Pfister Ethel Priddy Rita Rataiczak Amanda Redman Patricia Riley Nliriam Robbins y Norman Richard Roney Judy Roop Patricia Ryan Ralph Savage Herbert Schmidt Barbara Schnell Howard Shaneyfelt William Shanley Val Paul Shellenbarger Byron Shepard Glen Shump Dorothy Slack Nelson Smallenbarger Nr: R 'Wt Mary Smick Joe Smith Olive Snedeker Ruth Sphar Donald Stanhaugh John Starry Richard Sturm Mary Isabel Sundrup Edward Taylor Betty Thorpe Shirley Tresslar Doris Turner Wanda Ullery as .4-e We Gloria Valentine 3 " 5 Dale Vesper Emilie Wagamon .leanette Waters Harold Waters Chrystal Wert ' Virginia Wheddon Bernice Wray LS mv ML ...A ,,, zifffsvw ,cg .lack Wright Marguerite Zechar Patricia Zerkel Louise Black Samuel Brenton Betty Briggs Eucebia Brown me '9 nw hr! 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CARL VESPER 1 Advisor .loan Hiatt Ruth Nordquist M-m,d,,..c,i-H .... ., .,,, A ,L ,4- .larnes Carpenter Phyllis Frye Patricia Link Robert Slack .lean Tecklenberg .. nmnww-wmv-ws:-sf-, :W ...-,,-.-iwlnvwnfw...-.mv-Q-1 PURPOSE To further those activities whlch are of Chlef mterest and rmpor tance to the entlre student body ACTIVITIES September Program Introducing school activities Taught freshmen school songs October All School Party Ushered at football games March All School Party Spring Art dedication program Farewell dinner and dance Daily sale of school supplies J Q Matmee dances Sold school flags and pins to students and buslness men irl Deserve Chanter I Peggy Applegate Gratia Becker Vivian Berchtold Martha Bigley Virginia Bretland Betty Brinkman Lucille Brown Betty Brownewell Naomi Campion Nancy Collins Loretta Dean Dawn Dodson Jane Donavan Carolyn Doll Kathryn Downing Hannah Earhart Virginia English Betty Elicker Jean Favorite Elizabeth Flinn Harriet Frazier Mary Gantz Joyce Geisman June Hansford Olvie Hart Kathryn Hartzell Mary Lou Helser Patricia Hennessey Odessa Hicks Helen Hines Barbara Hufford Mary Hunt Gladys Ingle Evelyn Jenkins Hope Johnson Patricia Karns Ruth Kaufman Trecy Kaufman Isobel Knoop Phyllis Knuefener Marjorie Kroger Betty .lane Kroger Martha Lawrence Betty Lindsay Anna Lee Lippincott Virginia Long Mary Lou Louthan Mary E. Macy Betty A. Martin Betty Mattocks Carolyn McDonald Audrey McGuigan Marie McMaken Joan Metcalf Eileen Miller Marjorie Miller Eloise Minnioh .leny Mishler Bernice Moist Lois Moneysmith Helen Mott Nancy Mumford Dorothy Mundhenk Barbara Meyers Lois Pask Mary Pour Mary Ray Barbara Reinhard Virginia Sands Barbara Sauer Nancy Seay Ivalou Seigel Dorothy Scaggs Lesla Schisler Frances Shaffer Ruth Shanesy Elsie Shawhan Irene Shawver Lois Shroyer Gertie Starry Esther Stroud Evelyn Tecklenburg Jean Tecklenburg Jean Terrell Laura Van Ausdal Norma Van Kirk Imogene Vesper Glenna Wackler Anna Weaver Edith Webh Joyce Welborn Janet Werts Kathleen Wilgus Mary Wray Audrey Wright Marjorie Wright R.. , ..,,.,,... t Q 1' .... , t,.: . . 15 , gl-Eu :S . li sig Q 'L ' ESQ ",L,a..a. name .tt H4 cl. I Z2 I, 25, -K .tt If .. ' K-.3 W I E3 aan, - 7, X ,A 3 r. liieix we Q K QS ' s ,r 1 ,E '3 2 i ae A . f.., t:, - 2 ,.E: i'it"' esa 5 .tt-1- r tt K :AZL Us ::' -4. Cabinet Row 1 Lois DeWeese, President Kay Barnes, Vice President Geraldine Arnold, Secretary Row 2 Lucy Rodgers, Treasurer Mary Ross, Program Juanita Arthur, Finance Row 3 Ruth Nordquist, Ring and Pin Jayne Bigley, Social Mary Eleanor Moody, Publicity Row 4 Nancy Hitchcock, Music Irene Peterseim, Devotion Carolyn Conard, Service Row 5 ' Miss Mary Butler, Advfsor PURPOSE: To help each girl find and give her best and to develop her spir- itually, morally, and socially. EVENTS: Sponsored religious programs during the year with the Hi4Y. Sold candy after school each eve- ning, October-Baked Goods Sale. Entertained Piqua Friendship Club. November-Distributed Thanks- giving baskets. December-Christmas party for Childrenis Home. February-G.R.-Hi-Y Valentine Dance. Conference at Piqua. March-Conference at Columbus. April-Party given by Piqua Friendship Club, May-Installation Service and Senior Farewell. Cabinet Row 1 Phyllis Frye, President Donna Robbins, Vice President Millicent Cherrington, Secretary Row 2 Nancy Kessler, Treasurer Miss Grace Wentz, Advisor PURPOSE: To develop its members spirit- ually, morally, and socially and to help each girl find and give her best. ACTIVITIES: December-Chapel program. Christmas party for Knoop Chil- dren's Home, Lwith Chapter IP. February - Hi-Y-G.R. d-a n c e fwith Chapter IJ. Pot-luck supper fwith Chapter It . April-Candy sale. Q. 5'1- irl Deserve Chanter II Juanita Brumbaugh Marilyn Crouse Barbara Deady Gloria DeWeese Peggy Drake .loanne Edge Clara Edminson Kathleen English Betty Forsythe Rose Marie Furrow Norma Ceisman Joanne Greulich Betty Grigsby Betty .lean Hanna .loan Hiatt Florence Hogan Louise Holder Phyllis Hook Twilah Howell Martha Hufford Eileen Jackson .lesslyn Leethy Clara Long Naomi Long Margaret Macy Norma ,lean Martin Juanita Millet ,Iune Motter Miriam Mouch., Thelma Mumma Betsy Porter Deloris Reed Eileen Sanders Beverly Scott Bonita Seay Mary Jane Shroyer Marjorie Sotherland Priscilla Stokes Peggy Stratton Iliene Sullivan Patricia Thomas Mary Caroline Ullrey Doris Wagner Patricia Weidner Irene Werts Wilma Woods 7 1 ...... , cs if 1 ' K A 1 5? H QS 'K is ' 1 V f Q 3. y e X ,Q QR 'X J. , ., tl... i,.rr ,. , ,,.. ...qw-.,,.... .. Hi- lub William Allen Williani Archer Wayne Armstrong Lowell Arthur Keith Bader Harley Baum William Beck Trenton Bell Robert Blackmore .lohn Blue Allen Braun Nick Braun Thomas Braun Robert Brown Robert Buirley Ramon Burke James Carpenter John Chestnut Carl Chipley Charles Collins James Collins Philip Compton Vernon Curry Robert Davis Donald Davis Albert Denny Leon Devilbiss Robert Devilbiss Charles Eidemiller Ned Elleman Richard Emerick William Etherington Jack Fay Harold Fierstein Dwight Frantz Fred Fuller William Forsythe Ernest Garwood Robert Geiger Emerson Gibboney Lowell Gigandet Richard Goodhand Richard Graef George Gray Charles Crump .loe Bill Hance Robert Hare Ralph Harshharger james Hawley David Heater Herbert Hebh ,Iohn Heikes Frederick Hickman Wallace Hogan Glen Hogle g,,d..,..,,.,... -t.i,-....,,......., ,,,,,, H.- t-,..t,...,. .,.,.,...,.., Mb-A MU, -,-M--W-.W-m.1.,,,, N 1Wq,!,n,w V GENERAL STAFF Row 1 Richard Neal, President Charles Kerr, Vice President Carl Duffey, Secretary John Busthong, Treasurer Row 2 Richard Meredith, Chairman Richard Gardner, Vice Chairman Marion Hall, Secretary Kenneth Grubbs, Treasurer Row 3 George Hartzell, Chairman Richard Chestnut, Vice Chairman Nlarvin Drake, Secretary William Warwick, Treasurer Row 4 Ivan Pearson, Chairman David Meeker, Vice Chairman Victor Shook, Secretary William Stewart, Treasurer ADVISORS Mr. C. W. Walters Mr. Fred Pettay Mr. W. A. Howald v PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Chris- tian character, ..1.t.r.afQt.5..,ma4, A ,,., ..a.-,, ..a MM 'QL I ' , A l'li'Y Club Urville Llenkins Elbridge .lordan William Johnston Vernon Kahl E 5, fx 5 spa 5 W Q 1' Y, go ii 5 , if? S 'nf ,, Q, A 225' 55 Q fa- I 'M x ,gms 'Nigga ' AQ: .ffl - f 'FIA ' , or 225532 Q at YE . g pm, ,e -- ' .-g,.,, R ,A eil X :Q Qt is ,. 'I if . L? 1 Y as 9 5.5 .g , 4, Q S Q. M it , ,n,A 1 . Q , i . ,M . i Q . . .. .Ak gg.: wvrg- ::- 45 Q fiiffiii 1-:- 'kn' 1 M N . s. M31 gifs! -.-: :-,:, Q ' --'- , ..., . 1 ,.,., f r "" Q . W - - 1 ' ifiixiali af' .,., . I' 1' x 3-gil. 32 if - ' A -f23 ..:: '- 'Il f D ' " f'i'5'i315 ACTIVITIES: Fall-Banquet. Representatives to mid-year state conference. February-G.R.-Hi-Y dance. Spring-Movie sponsored. Banquet. Sponsored religious chapels. Sponsored square dances. Sponsored intra-mural basketball, Sponsored ping-pong games. 'Kr Robert Kingham William Kropp Joseph Leathy Ronald Long Robert Loop Donald Marker Charles Martin Norman Matson Fred McConnell Robert McCurdy Robert McMath Guy McSwain Robert 4Melvin Robert Metcalf Everett Mick Carl Mumma William Musgrave Eugene Palsgrove Clayton Petry William Rhodes Elwood Roeser Thomas Ryan Bruce Sayers Charles Sayers Horace Seay Charles Sebo Richard Shellenbarger Paul Shook Robert Slack Douglas Smallenbarger David Smitley Donald Sockrider Benjamin Spade Robert Spain Max Stager Douglas Steinnletz Donald Stewart Edward Stoner Herbert Sullivan Charles Tamplin Marion Tucker David Ullery Lowell Voris William Voris Frederick Wagner George Walpole Dean Weeks Theodore Weeks Carl Weimer Fred Welhaum Wilbur Wright Robert Zerkle Gray Hi-Y Arthur Armstrong Jewel Ashby Jack Beck Charles Black Jack Brandenburg Samuel Brenton Robert Brown Douglas Campbell Melvin Cost Murray Dalton .John Dankworth Douglas DeWeese William Doll Jack Doll Robert Drake Eugene Duff ,lack Dunn Donald Dunn Floyd Emrick David Galbreath jim Gray Lee Hartman Cecile Huggins Richard Jackson Carleton .Jones George Kendall Kenneth Kropp Robert Laughman Jack McAllister Douglas McKenzie Walter Meeker George Might Donald Morris Richard Ovenshire Robert Peckhart Harvey Penn Harry Richardson Carl Ridgeway Charles Russell Ralph Savage Herbert Schmidt Howard Shaneyfelt William Shanley Glen Shump William Simms James Stafford John Starry Richard Sturm William Taylor Dale Vesper Desmond Wolfe L... ..,...,,...,-t,.,..,.,,., .... ,,..,... d.,,,................................. ,A,....-....... .- ..,.,., ,, Y - .. . V Wa.,-,-,T--eq' ,H 1 Cabinet James Agna, President ' Val Paul Shellenbarger, Vice President Harley' Drake, Secretary Byron Shepard, Treasurer Warren Easley, Student Advisor Mr. Walter Stein, Advisor PURPOSE: To promote "teamwork for the good of the school, the neighbor- hood, and each other in accord- ance with Christian standards". EVENTS: Weekly meetings consisting of speakers and discussions. December-Distributed Christmas baskets. .n. ..,.q,w-- v - Dfficers Barbara Hufford, President Helen Mott, Vice President Kathryn Downing, Secretary ,lane Donavan, Treasurer Mr. D. C, Bay, Advisor PURPOSE: To supply librarians for the li- brary and to create interest in library work. EVENTS: Supervised the library during the school year. October-Hayride. December-Talk on library work by Miss Marie Young. May-Picnic. F - ll!n-.-.- - 'ibrary Club Lucille Brown Betty Brownewell Elizabeth Butcher Betty Chaney Dorothy Enz Joyce Geisman ' Betty Grigsby Patricia Hennessey Helen Hines Martha Hufford Mary Hunt Evelyn Jenkins Hope Johnson Phyllis Kneufener Carolyn McDonald Eileen Miller Bernice Moist Lois Moneysmith June Motter Patricia Riley Lucy Carolyn Rodgers Frances Schaffer Elsie Shawhan lrene Shawver Ivalou Siegel Gertie Starry Imogene Vesper Anna Weaver Edith Webb Joyce Welborn Janet Werts Wilma Woods Mary Wray Marjorie Wrig-ht .avi-Qs I rp all I , f-m-a-w-qgn--.f,fw-.v.,...-M.1,-v.-.-.- -V-i-...A-1V...,. ,,, .,., ,,,,u,.v-.r..,M1v.wm-.,., W. .,,, 9, , .. .,., ,.-...,.,...v-m-f-nw-,,1,,..:k,, .., .,.-vw.-aww. www-.fww ..-mnggs,-,.-T National I-loner Society Vivian Berchtold John Bushong Peggy Davis Lois DeWeese Warren Easley Mary Gantz .loe Bill Hance John Heikes Alice Kennard Betty lane Landrey Marjorie Miller Helen Mott Lois Pa k Lucy Carolyn Rodgers Elsie Shawhan Richard Shellenbarger Ivalou Siegel UffiC6l'S Charles Kerr, President Ruth Nordquist, Vice President Carl Duffey, Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Frank H. Prouty, Advisor PURPOSE To promote leadershrp scholarship, character, and service in the stu- dents of Troy Hrgh School EVENTS Sponsored sale of 6'Pocket Booksu. December ulz program in chapel. March New members chosen Senior members took Senror Scholarship Test. Aprll Student forum on Propafrandav. 16, Q 'Vlay Scholarshlp banquet D : L TQ . . D n i 1 S I l fp , 49 Journalism Club l as 77 PURPOSE: 'Vlartlgia Bigleyk To offer opportunity for journalistic etty ic er work and to edit the Troy High Dorothy Em Weekly Review . ACTIVITIES: November-Miami Journalism Con- peg Fish ference held in Troy. Barbara Hufford Weekly publication of school paper. HOPC -l0hf1S0H Betty Mattocks Mary Ross William Lois Shroyer Stewart Laura Van Ausdal DQIJHIB TBEIII1 James Carpenter Donald Davis .lack Fay .loan Hiatt Betsy Porter Donna Robbins Eileen Sanders Mr L E Jackson Mr. Frank Prouty, Advisor Debate Club PURPOSE: : ACTIVITIES: To make it possible to develop plat- form ability, logic, persuasion, and mental agility. Pre-season debates. November-Oakwood. December-Tournament at Hamil- on February Springfield Season debates March Tournament with Piqua, Kenton Lima Central December Attended demonstration debate at Columbus fOh1o State vs Indiana U1 Advisor 9 Q I Nature Club William Aroher Juanita Arthur Kathleen Barnes Vivian Berchtold Jayne Bigley Martha Bigley Robert Blackmore Betty Brinkman James Carpenter Peg Davis Robert DeVilbiss Lois DeWeese Kathryn Downing Warren Easley Charles Eidemiller Jean Favorite Jack Faye Peg Fish Mary Gantz Richard Gardner Richard Goodhand Joe Bill Hance June Hansford John Heikes Wallace Hogan Charles Kerr Isobel Knoop Marjorie Kroger Betty Landrey Mary Lou Louthan Betty Ann Mattocks Joan Metcalf Marjorie Miller Geraldine Mishler Richard Neal Ruth Nordquist Lucy Carolyn Rodgers Elwood Roeser Mary Ross Virginia Sands Barbara Sauer Ben Spade Evelyn Tecklenberg t Imogene Vesper Theodore Weeks Peg Wheelock Rosemary Wilson Robert Zerkle -.-nw' -.A .,,-v-,,....,, .. .Uv ,.Y7,4-W-V-if-H-W wr'-we---W Dfficers Nancy Seay, President William Hartzell, Vice President Kathryn Hartzell, Sec.-Treas. Mr. Fred B. Pettay, Advisor PURPOSE: To promote the students' knowl- edge and appreciation of nature. EVENTS: October-Picnic at Englewood dam. December-Talk on 'Beautiful Things in Nature" by Mr. Ray- mond Boller. Talk on "Astronomy" by Mr. C. W, Walters. April-Tree planted on Arbor Anna Lee Lippincott Day- Spring hike and picnic. Offillers Row I Ruth Nordquist, President Isobel Knoop, Vice President Row 2 ,loan Metcalf, Secretary Victor Shook, Treasurer PURPOSE: To encourage students who are interested and talented in dra- matic work. ACTIVITIES PRESENTED: "Low Bridgef, "The Ghost of Green Mansion." "A Question of Figures" - As- sembly. "Wisdom Teeth" - Van Cleve Vanities. March-Sponsored movie "Flight from Destiny." April-Spring Formal. Various members went to Dayton to attend the Civic Theater pro- ductions, Dramatic Club William Allen .layne Bigley Martha Bigley John Bushong Donald Davis Peg Davis Peg Fish Elizabeth Flinn Mary Cantz John Heikes Mary Lou Helser Hope .lohnson Vernon Kahl Alice Kennard Marjorie Kroger Betty Jane Landrey Betty Ann Martin Fred McConnell Richard Neal Betsy Lee Porter Mary Ross Dorothy Scaggs Nancy Seay .lean Terrell Robert Zerkle Miss Dorothy Thomas, Advisor ,...,,,, ss., ..., ss... r.ia.- - can-:iss Q 2 sit P french lub 45' 'Ga' slr ...t-M. .. ..,.... ..-14-Mm-3 .. .e,.. r. . Geraldine Arnold Juanita Arthur Kaye Barnes Gratia Becker Vivian Berchtold Jayne Bigley Martha Bigley Betty Brinkman John Bushong Carolyn Conard Loretta Dean Kathryn Downing Warren Easley Jeafn Favorite Peggy Fish Fred Fuller Mary Cantz Lowell Gigandet Joe Bill Hance June Hansford Kathryn Hartzel Wallace Hogan Louise Holder Barbara Hulford Hope Johnson Vernon Kahl Trecy Kaufman Charles Kerr Isobel Knoop Marjorie Kroger Betty Jane Landrey Anna Lee Lippincott Robert Loop Robert McCurdy ,Ioan Metcalf Marjorie Miller Mary E. Moody William Musgrave Richard Neal Ruth Nordquist Lois Pask Virginia Sands Barbara Sauer Dorothy Scaggs Nancy Seay Richard Shellenbarger Ivalou Siegel Jean Terrell . Laura Van Ausdal Imogene Verper Edith Mae Webb W M L. Q.-We-ta-W,-Y. . ,,...,,.W,s W WW.-1 mmm.,-.. We 0ffiC6fS Peggy Davis, President Jerry Mishler, Secretary-Treasurer Ted Weeks, Vice President Mrs, Nina Marie Ladd, Advisor PURPOSE: To give the students a means of cultivating a deeper interest in and understanding of the lan- guage, spirit, and customs of the' French people. EVENTS : Monthly meetings featuring plays, songs, and games by the mem- hers. October-Picnic at Hartzell's. Sponsored nl 0 v i e, "Brigham Youngf, December - Formal Christmas Dance. March-Talk on 'iLife in Parisn by Mrs. Noble Wilt. May-Annual Banquet. A ----M -M ,.gl.......u-Qw- Q-...M ..., .., M Mr... 1, .ur .A .. ... ,. emu., ., sf:': ' ' 255 'BEE T ' , ..,, We Y , I 53 Z ,il ' 1 as "Q' .1 .,,. ,ig " as J , if , K ni . . " E " ii ailfzii V get -e 1 ,.,, , ' ' .,,., ,.,. 1 is i -5 z- -.- ' wwe: Dfficers John Bushong, President Charles Tamplin, Vice President Jayne Bigley, Secretary- Treasurer Mr. C. W. Walters, Advisor PURPOSE: To encourage, help, and train those who are interested in the art of photography. EVENTS: Bi-monthly meetings to study the camera and photography. March-Talk, "Composition", by Mr. Herbert Zerkel. May--Annual Banquet. -... ..,...,,,...1.. .,., ...aa .....,,-......-..... - ----,,g..,.. -.....,.. Camera Club Betty Arthur Kaye Barnes Martha Bigley Lucille Brown Charles Collins Bernice Cramer Peg Davis Loretta Dean Jane Donavan Robert DeVilbiss Elizabeth Edminson Mary Gantz Martha Graef Richard Graef Robert Geiger Joe Bill Hance Kathryn Hartzell George Hartzell Janice Hegman John Heikes Glen Hogle Evelyn Jenkins Vernon Kahl Phyllis Knuefener Janet Kroger Betty Landrey Carolyn McDonald Joan Metcalf Bernice Moist Howard Mutschler Richard Neal Ruth Nordquist Ethel Priddy Barbara Sauer Irene Shawver Edward Stoner Mary Isabal Sundrup Evelyn Tecklenberg Rosemary Wilson Marcus Yount "r ' fr-'Jar' ' 'ra-'U 'W' '-'r"A-'-'sfn-,'wf,.f-v-'-- W. ,-.wi-1,..,.f,a W.-.,.,p-sm-iN.e,. 'Vanities coinmiuee Cratia Becker John Bushong Warren Easley Peg Fish Fred McConnell Geraldine Mishler Jean Terrell Ted Weeks Mr. D. C. Bay, Advisor Mr. C. W. Walters, Advisor PURPOSE: To plan an annual public presentation to exhibit the divergent talents of a large number of students, and to make money for lyceum assemblies during the school year. ACTIVITIES: November-The presentation of the Van Cleve Vanities. Stacie Crew .lohn Chesnut , Francis Ebberts .lay Emrick William Forsythe William Kropp Robert McMath Arthur Powell 'William Rhodes Charles Sayers Ben Spade Herbert Sullivan Mr. C. W. Walters Advisor PURPOSE: To maintain and manage stage, lighting, and scenery for various school productions. EVENTS: Dinner in spring. Managed stage for: Van Cleve Vanities- Operetta, "Chimes of Normandy". Junior Chapel- Senior Play. USIIBI' Staff Row 1-Keith Bader, Gratia Becker, Nick Braun, Donald Davis, Joanne Edge, Fred Fuller. Richard Gardner. Richard Goodhand, Joe Bill Hancg, Row 2-Patricia Hennessey, Martha Holder, Isobel Knoop, Marjorie Kroger, Betty Ann Martin, Robert McCurdy, David Meeker, Walter Meeker, Marjorie Miller. Row 3 Rita Rataiczak Donna Robbins Frances Schaffer, Marjorie Sotherland, Priscilla PURPOSE To usher at various school programs EVENTS Usheled at Van Cleve VHHIIICS Operetta-' Senior Play Baccalaureate Commencement L kes Jean-Terrell, .Mary Wray, Mr. Walter Stein, Advisor. E Q Sw , ill ' .augur .,,r.,,,.i,.l .. 1, -,L +1 V A ll. .,.. Jn... ,.,A, MVA.. .W-we Drchestra Row 1-Eleanor Myers. Yvonne Overholser, Juanita Brumbaugh, Eileen Jackson, Phyllis Hook, Miriam Robbins, Carol Covault, Jeanette Dennick, Frank L. Humhurger, Director. Row 2-Cathleen Wilgus, Nancy, Hitchcock, Norma Jean Martin, Jerry Pfister, Keith Bader, Dwight Frantz, Lowell Voris. Row 3-William Allen, Joanne Greulich, Mildred Hodges, Ralph Harshharger, Lowell Arthur, Charles Martin, Dorothy Gantz, Row 4--David Heater, Eugene Palsgrove, Sam Brenton, Donald Davis. Band Row 1-Florence Hogan, Patricia Zerkle, William Doll, Loren Buchanan, .Jack Jollill, John Bushong, Walter Meeker, James Johnson, Bruce Sayers, William Voris, David Heater, Dorothy Gantz, David Galhreath, Mary Jane Shroyer, Beverly Scott. Row 2iRioha,rd Jackson, Charles Martin, James Ahshire, William Allen, Lowell Arthur, Ralph Harshbarger, Clark Bair, Glen Shump, Vernon McKinley, Betty Adams, Mildred Hodges, Frank L. Humhurger, Director. Row 3-Jack Devilbiss, Richard Ovenshire, Joanne Greulich, Norma Jean Martin, Jerry Pfister, Dorothy Slack, Elbridge Jordan. Lowell Voris, Dwight Frantz. Row 4-Philip Compton, Douglas Campbell, James Motter, Art Claussen, Byron Shephard, Wayne Armstrong, Vernon Kahl, Phyllis Hook, Eugene Palsgrove, W. L. Swaidner, Principal, Donald Davis, George Might, Murlon lsenbarger, Drill Master, Val Paul Shellenbarger, Arthur Armstrong, Samuel Brenton, Galen Saul, Miriam Robbins, Jewel Ashby. L- .,...Q..-......,...-..t.,. WM, ,...-. -,.,. t .. -V i if 5 i A l 4 4 I Il l ii I 4 l l 1 - i t l l 4 1 4 l .Q - ada. a fl il i F Q l l 3 l l tl ,l Z J 4 E l 4 1 4 i l l l 'l irls' 6 ee Club Bettie Arthur Bemice Cramer Jean Hanna Alice Kennard Eleanor Myers Betty N Gladys Redmon F 1 janet Werts Chrystal Peggy Cable Millie Cherrington Carolyn Cosley Carol Covault Mae Creager Marilyn Crouse Jeanette Dennick Peggy DeWeese Elizabeth Edminson Clara Edminson Harriet Fraizer Dorothy Gantz Martha Graef Barbara Hansford V Olive Hart Patricia Hennessey Kathryn Hennessey Betty Hines Mary Hunt Mary Irvine Eileen Jackson Trecy Kaufman Nancy Kessler Marilyn Kiser Phyllis Kneuefener Janet Kroger Martha Lawrence Jesslyn Leethy Mary Lou Louthan Mione Martin .lane Merkling orth Rose Marie 0'Connor Ethel Priddy Amanda Redmon Miriam Robbins Elsie Shawhan Dorothy Slack Olive Snedeker Werts Cathleen Wilgus Mr. Frank Humberger, Advisor Music Annreciation lub Naomi Campion ' Carolyn Conard - " . 1 - Jean Favorite "f'f':5! ' if' Mary Gantz A f N uvgl , Joe Bill Hance U Jean Hanna V " 7 Patricia Hennessey I Eileen Jackson Hope Johnson ' Ttecy Kaufman Nancy Kessler Isobel Knoop Marjorie Kroger 15.353, J, Anna Lee Lippencott y . Betty Ann Martin 1 ff Mary Eleanor Moody Ruth Nordquist '-., .", Lois Pask ,1.'l Barbara Reinhard 'dw' Virginia Sands , . Dorothy Scaggs Richard Shellenbarger Evelyn Tecklenberg Ca Laura Van Ausdal Patricia Weidner Betty Jane Landrey, President Martha Lawrence, Vice President PURPOSE: To promote music appreciation and to provide opportunity for development of John Heikes, individual talents. Secretary ACTIVITIES: Spring-Chapel program presented. Mr- Frank prouty, Weekly meetings held to discuss different composers and to listen to opera Adviso, broadcasts. BUYS' I3 ee Club Lowell Arthur Harley Baum Trenton Bell Charles Black Samuel Brenton John Bushong Philip Compton Peter Davies Fred Fuller Emerson Gibboney James Gray James Hawley Frederick Hickman Richard Jackson James Johnson Charles Martin Jack McAllester Douglas McKenzie Eugene Palsgrove Caleb Ray Elijah Ray John Rodgers Val Paul Shellenbarger Byron Shephard David Smitley Mr. Frank Humberger, Advisor Uneretta 6iThe Chimes of Normandy" by ROBERT PLANQUETTE HENRI, Count de Corneville ............ ......... ..... R i chard Jackson GRENICHEUX, a Sailor . ..... James Hawley GASPARD, a Miser .......... .... J ohn Bushong BAILLI, the Village Governor .... Glen Hogle WARDS OF GASPARD Germaine .................... ..... A lice Kennard Serpolette ...................... ..... J oanne Edge GIRLS OF THE VILLAGE Gertrude .............. ..... P atricia Hennessey Manette ...... ...................... D orothy Scaggs Evelyn Horton, Dorothy Peters, SCENERY AND COSTUMES .... .... N ancv Whitehead, Herschel Applegate, and C. W. Walters Mrs. Frank Prouty, Frank Prouty, DIRECTED BY ""' ' ' ' 'Frank L. Humberger, and Jane Coons if 'Pfeo Brea A LC ' ' sv '3 ABSAMPI 5 IVIA 9771! . " WE 74056 'mf Maize I 5 f ea 1 f' ' SONGBNFD Kffl"fVl4K7D 3. T3 U5 HONG b-55' Z' - X 'PAN L YR5 BIRD X X 3.15- Hmvce X04 U15 Fouowldij 'Jud-M J , N 1 ii Aww I Q j , 15 'fn urvwsr Tmo I' rl lvlusfo fmrff CHARMS A: vou ALL nvavg Bu7'J5EE wy,q7' frj DME 7' o IHOSE Baowfl DICK JACKSUN "?t'VTn n5Plfl7' oF 76 If Ovoris ro vcd If J' NSIAY 1.""4' X ZERKLE I C,CoSLEY ?" V "Tae wmsrf-ER ' mp ,, i A15 pug- GAIVTZ JM I B.'PO 1 L. M wave gavage . :Xi QHISTGEYO A CAN TJRUE Doves ff' 13 L OVE 61-16 Tn vfgafn 'Q Q "1 , 'Qh A Famer? rms Q THE Cnuse My UF lr Au. W in THOV ffOMEO,? F . 5 4-i, 5 1 g 1 4 Lf 0 Q 1'All 6-ooo - g 4' -. Ol-U W ' """"h-. leaf COMIIIG UP CA H 3 5- - ' Q JULIE!! EART-BEET, rl. C L LLLLL ,U,1U,2 www YN? Sc Ltrr 'Ron-450 5-Juuzt ,,.,,,f, AR g' mm Q Ufzeesfrfl -How Asour 4 DME? 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W,-.1-W 00lbi:lIl Team Q J. 5' f ff f Row 1-Robert Melvin, John Rogers, Jack Guehl, Carl Mumma, John Blue, George Sipe, Marion Hall, Richard Gardner, Charles Eidemiller, Trenton Bell, Richard Meredith, and James Collins. Row 2-George Hartzell, Clyde Smitley, Eugene Merritt, William Archer, William Warwick, Robert Slack, Aaron Quisenberry, Lowell Gigandet, Robert Devilbis, Clayton Petry, and Glen Hogle. Row 3--Ernest Garwood, Ned Elleman, James Gray, Fred Hickman, Donald Marker, Ben Morgan, Harold Waters, Charles Sebo, Jack McAllister, Carleton Jones, and William Stewart. Row 4wRoy Zook. Faculty Business Manager of Athleticsg William Howald, Nthletic Directorg Robert Buirley, Asst. Managerg Robert Davis, Asst. Managerg Forrest Chaney, Kenneth Kropp, Fred Wagner, Foster Powell, Asst. Managerg James Slifer, Manager: Nelson Smallenbarger, Coach Richard Manuel, and Assistant Coach Carleton Kazmaier. FDDIIJEIII Sfhedllle I 940 September 13-Troy .... .... 1 2 Vandalia . . . . . 0 September 20-Troy .... .... 1 2 Tipp City . . . . 0 September 27-Troy .... . . 7 Greenville . . . . 7 October 4-Troy .... .... 1 9 Sidney . . .... 13 October 18-Troy .... . . 0 Xenia .... .. 6 October 25--Troy .... . . 0 Fairmont . . . . . . . 19 November 1-Troy .... . . 0 Oakwood . . . . . 6 November 8--Troy .... . . 2 Miamisburg . .... 23 November 21-Troy .... .. 0 Piqua .... .... 2 0 WMMMM ,,,,.,,,, ,,,r .. .....i,....s ., ,.,. . ... ,... . Li-. ..,.,,......u ? L W K, r Basketball Row 1-Robert Blackmore, Robert Slack, Robert Buirley, Fred Wagner Clyde Smltley Row 2-Peter Davies, Marion Tucker, Edward Tucker, Orville Jenkins MHIIOH Hall BEISKQIDEIII Sthedllle 1940 41 December 8wTroy .... 30 Newton . . . December 13-Troy .... .... 2 2 Tipp City ...... December 20-Troy .... 27 Columbus Central January 10-Troy .... 26 Greenville ..... January 31-Troy .... 16 Xenia .... February 4--Troy .... 25 Sidney Q. . . February 7-Troy .... 13 Fairmont . . February' 15-Troy .... 22 Covington . . . February 21-Troy ..... .... 1 6 Piqua ..... February 25-Troy ..... .... 2 7 Miamisburg .... February 28-Troy .... 25 Parker Co-op . . Tournament -Troy ..... .... 1 5 Piqua ......... ,r.....a......,....m,mL on .. .,,, ,. . Golf Team Tel1IIiS Row I-Val Paul Shellenbarger, James Agna, Jack Fay, Byron Shepard. Row 2-Coach Carl Vesper, Walter Meeker, David Meeker, Warren Easley. Miami Valley League Singles Champion- Warren Easley, 194-0. Row 1-Richard Chestnut, William Beck, Lowell Voris, Stanley Macy, William Voris, Earl Bittikofer. Row 2-Ronald Long, Coach Roy Zook, Guy McSwain, Ned Elleman. Miami Valley League Golf Championship-19410. DATE April 12, 1940 April 18 1940 April 23 1940 April 25, 1940 April 29, 194-0 April 30 1940 May 7, 194-0 May 2 1940 May 4-, 194-0 May 1 1 May 17 May 18 Triilllk First Row-Lee Hartman, Donald Morris, Fred Hickman, Jack Beck, Caleb Ray, Robert Hare. Second Row-Aaron Quisenberry, Marion Tucker, Fred Fuller, Val Paul Shallenbarger, Trenton Bell, Orville Jenkins, and Elwood Roeser. Third Row-Coach William Howald, Jewel Ashby, Richard Gardner, Byron Shepard, Richard Graef, Ivan Pearson, Jack McAllister, As- sistant Coach Carleton Kazmaier. Baseball Scores 1940 TROY . . . .Troy 13 . . . .Troy 0 . . . .Troy 7 . . . .Troy 0 . . . .Troy 3 .............Troy 2 ...............Troy 13 OPPONENT ....Fairmont .. 3 ....Greenville .. .. 1 ....Piqua .. 5 ....Greenville .. .. 3 ....Fairmont .. 2 ...Springfield .. 0 .............Piqua .. 6 VALLEY TOURNAMENT AT PIQUA . . . ............... Troy 6 ............. Fairmont . . . . . 5 -5, Q ' . . . ................. Troy 1 ............. Piqua .... . . 7 2".."'.... DISTRICT TOURNAMENT AT DAYTON 'i " 5 1940 . . . ................. Troy 2 ............. Lebanon .... . . 1 1940 . . . ............... Troy 2 194-0 ....Troy 3 Middletown Springfield A, f P BUYS' CilStiI12 Club Row 1-Nick Braun, Robert McCurdy, Vernon Kahl, Richard Emerick, Richard Goodhand, Charles Tamplin, Robert Zerkle, Janies Hawley. Row 2-William Musgrave, Harley Baum, Robert Blackmore, Glen Hogle, Thomas Braun, Mr. Fred Pettay, Advisor. Girls' Castim! Club Row 1-Betty Ashman, Imogene Vesper, Shirley Tresslar, Leila Bancroft, Emily Wagamon, Dorthy Gantz. Row 2-Mary Gantz, Vivian Berchtold, ,lune Hans- ford, Betty ,lane Landrey, Marjorie Miller. , k ,S tr ryy yrni n v v e as ...A is. t, B TNDIHII Ten 3, View l ' K X fig, ' r a rra r f . 752, , , jgg-gtg. Izlnl, Row 1-Robert Blackmore, Robert Burley, Peter 'L ffl' ' A xml? fijg3"'?- .',' .,., Davies, Marion Hall, Orville Jenkins. E b, ' , ' Wx' - I ' Q, 7' "AM Row 2-Robert King, Robert Slack, Clyde Smitley, 2 , A .17 'Ta A ' fk A H Edward Tucker, Marion Tucker. , B r ,": -- , .i e T ii f-it it T to V3 I President-MARION HALL fi Z., -5 4 it f 'af' A v'iCePfesidenf-RorBERT SLACK f 'Q , , ry I' :IV Secretary-Treasurer-PETER DAVIES The Trojan Ten Club, consisting in 1940-411 of the ten members of the basket- ball team organized for the purpose of promoting school spirit and good sports- manship among the students and players. The motto of the club is, "A Trojan Horse has no place among the Trojan Ten or the Troy student bodyf' This new club ap- ........ .......-a ... , . .,... .-.A ...A ,.- .....4a. ..A.......1a.. . reciates the cooperation of the student body and of the faculty. Girls' Athletic Association Ufficers NANCY CO JOYCE .CEI ROSEMARY WILSON, Secretary LOIS SHROYER, Treasurer MISS JANE COONS, Advisor PURPOSE: To brin to ether all irls EVENTS : LLIN S, President SMAN, Vice President g 'S 5 who are interested in phy- sical education. Volleyball, basketball, and baseball tournaments. Playday, March 29, 19411. I Shag 1 I Q x5+K qt- I I gag . V V P X 0 5 41 Q E R r r i :- wh . I f K K M V iqlzt fp 1 ,1 'l l! QC . z lp Q? 1' Q ? if 'S A 3 5 Sk 'V' I ,f ff f ,T , 1. ' 3 In 42 ' X A -JS- . 4 .. v' b 1f -if ggi ,A "' X ' A 1 , wax g , 5 , mum M A M. A K QQOSY, I: A afwf , any f A 8 " N .Mah ' -MW' ' :'i.- . 7 E jf fl L .fly N , S ' -f"":' Q 1-,Q-, M o""k .-as 'BbbwQg5Q,i,Xx . ' 1 , N 2 S fs 'yr adv 5 o W , xl 1 W , I L , ' . , I 'W l Q 6 C ti f-' i 'Z ' ' I W I 'Ami Rv" 5 MX W ' N X , f , i 3 , ' Q 34 A - ' 1 ---N 9 ,. .. f.,.Yv-..,,fV.A,r ,H . , ' '- 'AW' T ' " ' lnqinnivw 't' we- 11.51. .5110 9'1?x..qf ,ck 1 W wa: ' . n-Hingis ' C' 7 f folk SL s-9,5 Y KL h -I-IIBSQ S0l1i0l'S! JIM CARPENTER-"Carp"-T. H. S. candidate for president. CARL DUFFEY-"Duff"-Discretion of speech is more than eloquence. DICK MEREDITH-Be silent and safeg silence never betrays you . . . JIM HAWLEY-A right good spirit, we admit, he has a good time and works a bit . . . MARVIN DRAKE-4'Drakey"-I think as I wish and I speak as I think . . . GLEN HOGLE-"Doc"-Life's just a jest and all things show itg I thought so once, and now I know it. PAUL SARBER-"lVIuggs',-His funny bone never faileth - HERBERT SULLIVAN-4'Herb,'-My car? Well, it gets me there . . . CHARLES TAMPLIN-'6Tamp"-W 0 m e n are my weakness . . . ALICE KENNARD-A stranger in our midst but well liked - VERNON KAHL-"Alfonso,'-Where art thou, Juliet? NANCY COLLINS-'4Nanc"-I like school all but the classes. BARBARA SAUER-uSunshine,'-She is gentle, she is shy, but there's meanness in her eye . . . ROBERT DAVIS-"Bobbie',-Tut Tut, my man, the women w0n't hurt you . . . DOROTHY SCAGGS--"Dottie',-Her step is music, her voice is song. JACK FAY-"Jackie Joi,-These younger children in- trigue me . . . VICTOR SHOOK-'4Shookie"-A finished gentleman from head to toe. BOB METCALF-'gMetty"-All the gals stand and stare at his pretty curly hair - DICK NEAL--"Philbert',-My kingdom for a laugh . . . ELIJAH RAY-Swing your grammaw . . . FORREST WINTERS-"Forky"-He has little to do with frivolous things. I NORMAN MATSON-"Squeaky,'-Let me alone - women mean nothing to me. CHARLIE KERR-"Percy,'-Hard work, we are told, is the root of all genius. JACK GUEHL-Live while you're living, cuz you're going to be a long time dead . . . JAY EMRICK-Begone dull care, for you and I shall never agree! WILLIAM BECK-"Billy"-I am sure care is an enemy of life. LOEVELL GIGANDET-Quiet and unassuming, but Not s y. VIRGINIA BRETLAND"u.Iinny"-Queer but dear . . . LOIS DE WEESE-A manner gentle-no pretense there. ROSY WILSON-Her smile,s just as bright as bright can be-on this Ilm sure Weill all agree. JOHN BUSHONG-'6Bushy"-I came, I saw, I con- quered-who????? PEGGY APPLEGATE-Shels just a quiet kind whose nature never varies - GERRY ARNOLD-We like to see her smile - BOB COOPER-'4Coop',-I never trouble trouble-you know the rest - JOHN ROGERS-4'lVIoon',--Some men are rugged but he's hugged. ELWOOD ROESER-Men were not meant to be alone -- JEAN FAVORITE-Always smiling-never glumg she's a cheerful happy churn - BETTY BRINKMAN-Steady and true, she'll always get through. PEG FISH-Write me as one who loves her fellow men. NANCY HITCHCOCK-6'Hitch'i-Activity is' happiness. LORETTA DEAN-Often seen but seldom heard -- MARY ROSS--She puts her best efforts into everything. JERRY MISCHLER-Her disposition-one of sponta- neous vivaeity - ' WALLY HOGAN-'6Snake"-I'm not lazy-I'm simply in love with rest - GEORGE GRAY-"Rusty"-Studies don't tempt me - IVAN PEARSON-IP-Why aren't they all content like me? ? ? MARSE BIGLEY-Not that I like studies less-but I like pleasure more - BOB ZERKLE-'6Zeke',-You have waked me too soon -I must sleep again -- VERNON CURRY-Ah mischief, thou are swift to enter in the hearts of desperate men - BILL MUSGRAVE-"Rat"-Howi can you teach me when I already know'?? ED LITTLEJOHN-Likes a good time and usually gets it - JAYNE BIGLEY-How could I do without that man? NANCY SEAY--She's little, but she's wise, she's a terror for her size . . . BOB LOO-P-"R0bin,'-I will go meet the ladies - BILL ARCHER-"Willy"-When joy and duty clash, let duty go to smash. PEG DAVIS-A smile for every girl and two for every fella - EVELYN TECKLENBURC-"Texas,'-She's full of life -she's full of fun - BETTY MATTOCKS-"Butch,'-Small but mighty - ihese Seniors! HOPE JOHNSON-Always with a gay thought, doing the very thing she ought - CHUCK EIDEMILLER-Great men are scarce-take care of me - KATHRYN HARTZELL-Sheas happy and sweet-the kind thatis a treat. TED WEEKS-Just canit behave -- RUTH NORDQLTIST-A friend to everyone-and enemy to none - LOIS SHROYER-"Amy,'-As fond of dates as an Arab - ? EUGENE PALSGROVE-A mind of his own and a voice to express it. JOAN METCALF-To a young heart, ain't love grand? LAURA VAN AUSDAL-"Airdale',-With her brains sheill land some place. GEORGE HARTZELL-6'Bill,'4Few know him as he really is. BARBARA MYERS-Good sense, common sense-but room for nonsense. KAY BARNES-Ready to join the chorus as soon a the band strikes up. EVELYN JENKINS-Cool and collected. MARY ELEANOR MOODY-That gal's Stevens-bound. CAROLYN CONARD-A quiet dignity and a friendly manner. JIM COLLINS-His stony Visage belies a quaking heart. MARY ELLEN MACY-A modest gentle maiden not seeking notice in the jostling crowd. OLIVE HART-lf her name implies what she is of, her heart is full, for she's in love. LUCILLE BROWN-"Lucy"-Not much talk-great sweet silence. JUANITA ARTHUR-aNeets"-Sheis a nice friend and a good worker too, she never fails to see things through. IRENE PETERSEIM-A loyal companion, an excellent friend, an earnest worker, true to the end. EDITH WEBB-Like the wise old owl in the old oak, she learned a lot but seldom spoke. CHARLES SAYERS-"Charlie,'-W'h all this toil and Y worried looks, come on, pal, give up those books! CAROLYN MCDONALD-Always pleasant, modest and sweet, with a smile for all she happens to meet. RICHARD MCMULLEN-Silence is his virtue, he makes a good listener. MARJORIE WRIGHT-She's always cheerful, a very nice gal, the kind weld all want for a pal. MARY POUR-Red-headed, with a lazy styleg lots of talk and a friendly smile. GUY MCSWAIN-Study is a dreary thing, I wish I knew the remedy! DORTHY MUNDHENK-Amiable and casual. ANNA WEAVER-An awfully jolly way has she. BETTY WRIGHT-She says so little all the while, yet makes up for it with her smile. EVERETT MICK-I am well aware of a girlis blue eyes. LOIS MONEYSMITH-Bright-eyed and cheerful. BERNICE MOIST-Spry, eager, and busy. KATHLEEN LINK-Alert, likable, and affable . . . JOE BAILEY-My tongue within my lips I reign, for he who talks much must talk in vain. RICHARD EMERICK-A mite shy, but a nice guy . . ELIZABETH BUTCHER-Sheis happy, mad, and busyg yes sir, that's ole, Lizzy. BETTY ELICKER-To get thine ends lay bashfulness aside, who fears to ask doth teach to be denied. DALE GIBONNEY-"Gib'3 -He's a great sport, you will find, always happy, true and kind. NAOMI DAVIS-Her laugh is contagious. PHYLLIS KNEUFENER-Calm, helpful, and hearty . . . JANE DONAVON--She's friendly and sincere . . . JOYCE GEISMAN-A quiet poise and charm is hers. ORVILLE JENKINS-"Jenks,'-A prince of a fellow, his smile it is mellow . . . JOSEPHINE HILL-"Life is just a bowl of cherries." BARBARA HUFFORD-She knows her books from A to Z. WILLIAM KROPP-Of course heis just a country ladg and because he is, we're downright glad. PAT KARNS-An ever pleasant friend . . . MARIE MCMAKEN-Clever and friendly and quick to smileg she makes the bubble of life worth while. ANNA LEE LIPPINCOT-For some reason she hasn't much to say, but well, we like her anyway. VIRGINIA SANDS-Here's a gal who seems mighty shy, but as a friend she rates quite high. VIRGINIA ENGLISH-"Jinny',-Quiet and unassuming is her way, but sheis a smilin' the livelong day . . . JIM SLIFER-Let come what may . . . DAVID ULLREY-Not much for talking, but always a gentleman . . . ARTHUR POWELL-"Pow Wow"-In his little monkey suit, he presents a sight that's cute. MARION HALL-'fHally"-He's on our team, heis big and strong, with him in there we can't go wrong . . . IRENE HILLIS-"Rene"--We congratulate you because you have the ability to concentrate . . . JANET WERTS-A tall and dainty lass is she . . . WILBUR WRIGHT-Me-laugh? Don't be silly . . . MARY HUNT-She's a real sport. Air Conditioned Coolerators PURE ICE-QUALITY COAL THE TROY ICE 6: COAL COMPANY Phone 2238 Compliments of QUICK CLEANERS Hotel Lollis Building Phone 4711 For a Good Show-Visit THE MAYFLOWER THEATRE Compliments of THE HOBART CABINET COMPANY H. I. BOTHE 61 SON Specialists in Young Men's Clothes "Good Luck, Class of '4l" TROIAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. HINSURE-BE SURE!" Troy, Ohio Dial 6666 -Keep Smiling- PEARSON 'S Linen Supply Carpet Cleaning Laundry Dry Cleaning MORRIS Sc to 51.00 STORES Where Service Is A Motto And Quality A Guarantee S. W. Corner Public Square Located in Harr's Building Compliments of THE HOBART MANUFACTURING CO. DOG HOUSE Good Food TROY, OHIO Compliments of GRAY 6 SNELL 1. M. FULKERSON 5. co. "The Rexall Store" THE BRAUN BROS. PACKING CO. EIB Brand Pure Food Products YOBBY'S BARBER SHOP Opposite Court House "It Pays To Look Well" You're Always Welcome at OXLEY'S DRUG STORE Compliments of THE TROY DAILY NEWS DEWEY'S MARKET Fresh Meats Fruits and Vegetables FRESH FROSTED FOODS 11 E. Main Street Phone 4536 THE STEIL-GRUNDER-DYE CO. SCHNELL'S Plumbing - Heating Electrical Service Phone 5001 12 E. Canal St. C. HARRY HOUSER Plymouth-Sales and Service-Chrysler East Main cmd Mulberry Streets BRUBAKER'S PUBLIC MARKET Groceries-Meats-Delicatessen BIRD'S EYE FROSTED FOODS Phone 4421 MONTROSS LUMBER CO. Hardware and Builders' Supplies Acme Quality Paints THE FIRST TROY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY GERLACH CLOTHING STORE Better Clothes for Men and Young Men H. E. MILES -Ieweler- Diamonds - Watches -- Silverware Highest Quality Dairy Products THE FARMERS' COOPERATIVE DAIRY DAIRY MAID PRODUCTS THE MAYFLOWER SWEET SHOP Ice Cream, Candies, Lunches and Dinners MILLER BROS. Harnesses, Bicycles, Musical Merchandise Sporting Goods, Luggage Fishing Tackle Work Shoes Paints SCHAIBLE JEWELRY STORE Watch Repairing Est. 1864 Phone 6756 THE AMERICAN FIXTURE MFG. CO. "Everything Electrical" Phone 2292 TROY, OHIO Compliments of THE TROY SUNSHADE COMPANY THE FASHION SHOP The Store of Individual Service THE TROY ROWLANDS FURNITURE CO. "Everything for the Home" lll W. Main St. Troy, Ohio THE TROY TELEPHONE COMPANY I7 . E X fe E I I I E 5 5 Compliments of THE TROIAN COAL COMPANY D U F F Y ' S Super Service Station Troy, Ohio Compliments of ULLREY'S GARAGE Phone B566 Troy, Ohio "Compliments" THE MIAMI PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COMPANY Distributors of White Rose Gasoline and Enarco Motor Oil Compliments of WEEKLY'S SOHIO SERVICE THE CAPPEL-WAYNE FURNITURE CO. For Over 50 Years CAPPEL Has Meant GOOD FURNITURE ' On the Square Troy, Ohio CABLE'S Cleaning and Pressing Shoppe Alterations and Repairing Laundry Service Phone 3141 DETRICK'S CHEVROLET SALES CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE New and Used Cars HARRY H. TAMPLIN AGENCY Insurance and Heal Estate TROY OHIO DAVID SHOE STORE Red Cross Shoes 3 E. Main St. Troy, Ohio FIRST SECURITY COMPANY Loans on Personal Property DUTCH'S SINCLAIR SERVICE U. S. Tires .... , Lubrication Road Service Phone 3201 I. M. FULKERSON 6 CO. "The Rexall Store" TROY HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, Refrigerators, Stoves, Washers and Horne Supplies Phone 6131 Free Delivery Compliments ot IOHN A. MARKLEY Quality Meats and Groceries HUGH W. RANKIN Plumbing and Heating . . . Sheet Metal Work 16 W. Franklin St. Phone 4141 Troy, Ohio TROY PATTERN WORKS Wood and Metal Patterns TROY, OHIO 1 THE GEO. R. MCCONNELL COMPANY A11 Lines of Insurance Protections Northwest Corner Public Square DAN NER'S SHOE HOSPITAL While U Wait Service 115 E. Main St. 5C -- K'S HAMBURGERS -- 5c Buy 'Em By the Sack Bellefontaine, Ohio Troy, Ohio ALLEN'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Portable Typewriters Bill Folds Fountain Pens Afgus Cameras 4 W. MAIN ST. TROY, OHIO FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY STORE TIRES BATTERIES TUBES AUTO SUPPLIES Compliments of THE BROWN -BRIDGE MILLS REICHARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP Sudden Service Main and Crawford Troy, Ohio Compliments of L. A. THOMAS Florist Phone 6866 Troy, Ohio Compliments of THE HOBART TRADE SCHOOL "It's Easy To Learn Arc We1ding" For Your Parties Or Just a Snack After School Pastries That Are Different WALTON'S PASTRY SHOP 127 S. Market St. Phone 5851 Compliments of THE FISHER FUNERAL HOME Compliments of TOM THUMB SANDWICH SHOP Home of Good Sandwiches and Pies Compliments of THE SKINNER IRRIGATION COMPANY Compliments of THE GUMMED PRODUCTS COMPANY Compliments of SHANESY'S APPLIANCE STORE 1 ODD IDEAL MARKET Fresh and Cured Meats 5 North Market Street As A Y,.,, . A , .. ,. .,w....., . ,,, L .... ..,.., ..-r-..,t -...... . .-h..g... ,,...... -M-J--A--A MILLER-IONES CO. SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Beautiful Hosiery HAWLEY'S CABS 24-Hour Service Phone 2232 Public Square SHILLING 61 SON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 7401 Compliments of LIPPINCOTTS Style Shop A YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING "Where Savings Are The Greatest" I. C. PENNEY COMPANY DEPARTMENT STORE Clothes For The Whole Family You Get a E! Deal at TROY GRAVEL COMPANY C. E. Trostel, Prop. Phone 8116 South Clay Street Troy, Ohio KENNETH EIDEMILLER Fancy Groceries and Meats Phone 7436 121 South Elm Street Troy. Ohio Compliments of THE G. C. MURPHY COMPANY LAUFER BROS. Groceries and Meats Phone 5126 WELFARE FINANCE CORP. When You Need Money SEE US TROY GRAIN AND SUPPLY ASSOCIATION Farmer's Cooperative Elevator Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Coal - Farm Supplies TROY, OHIO Compliments of CATHCART GARAGE AND STORAGE 14 North Cherry Dependable Service BOWSMAN WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY Tar Asphalt Ready Mixed Concrete Phones - 3526 and 9411 .... ,......f.,+....n.. V 2- V KERR MOTOR SALES OLDSMOBILE 6 and 8 Sales cmd Service Phone 4691 Phone Compliments ot EVILSIZOR'S BARBER SHOP Scalp Treatments and Facials a Specialty Compliments of lEAN'S DRESS SHOP and MABELLE ELLEN'S SHOP IOS. W. IRVIN Funeral Director 20 S. Cherry Street 2211 Ambulance ZWIEBEL'S GROCERY Cor. Main and Elm - Phone 5026 Open Every Night Until 11, and All Day Sunday Compliments ot TROY LUMBER CO. Compliments of A F R I E N D rw Y..-.. -V ,. , ,.,1.nLt 1 flaw- 0 K ,ff HOTTIE CLEANER 6 DYERS N. E. Cor. Public Square Cleaning - Pressing - Altering Phone 2280 Troy, Ohio HUBBARD-STEIN STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photos Operated by H. Stein IOSM E. Main Trgy MIAMI BOWLING ALLEYS 9601 TROY PAINT 61 WALLPAPER CO. Make Your Home a Better Place to Live by Using Our Products 101 E. Main Phone WELFARE FINANCE CORP. When You Need Money SEE US Compliments of THE WACO AIRCRAFT CO. 4931


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Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

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Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

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Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

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