Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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J K-bf' LK 'gn -N- N w H-NE., ff? 5,67 Q,LA.f'-fL,v.., Cffcfcfv U-f 'Ii-I E 'IROJAN Woburn Sweden Pudaued 44, 744 Seam GZQM of 1943 '7aoq, Ohio V s We, the members of the Troy High School student body and faculty, salute the former students and faculty of the school who have donned the uniforms of our armed forces and who are train- ing in various parts of the country or who are serving actively across the seas. Real Trojans, True Americans-these former members of T. H. S. are "in the fight", giving their all, even their lives, to preserve and assure the life and liberty which we Americans have enjoyed for decades. 11' ll' ll' fo vw, ,wt sazmz ff z P4 f Y I 1 fl 1' Aff A' ,rjf saw sw, Oh, Troy High live on forever, Forever ond for cnye, Your memory sweet, we'Il oft repeat The joys of by-gone doys. Come all ond join the chorus And swell the glocl refrain- We'll shout ond cry T-R-O-Y, We'II ever proise thy home. F. L. Humberger E. A. Skidmore Qanlwzli if TROY HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION SENIORS CLASSES CLUBS MUSIC SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS fb To Donald C. Bay, who, not only as a teacher, but also as a personal friend and advisor, has served the students of Troy High School loyally and well, we, the class of 1943, dedicate this "Trojan." 7' sage' Row 1: Charles Collins, Business Manager, Phyllis Hook, Editor-in-Chief: Murray Dalton, Assistant Business Manager. Row 2: Mary Caroline Ullrey, Assistant Editor: John Chesnut, Assistant Editor, Jean Hanna, Assistant Editor. Row 3: Miss Helen Sinks, Advisory Patricia Thomas, Art Editor: Mr. Fred Pettay, Advisor, x- 4 ,,. F- '7w7aw Staff James Agna, Arthur Armstrong, Betty Ashman, Carol Covault, Carolyn Cosley, Gloria DeWeese, Peggy Drake, Clara Edminson. Elizabeth Edminson, Jeanne Evans, Phyllis Frye, Dorothy Gantz, Emerson Gibboney, Robert Geiger, Martha Graef, Richard Graef. Joan Greulich, Barbara Hansford, Joan Hiatt, Paul Hildebrand, Eileen Jackson, James Johnston, Nancy Kessler, Charles Martin. Mione Martin, Norma Martin, Miriam Mouch, Nancy Mumford, Betsy Lee Porter, Deloris Reed, Beverly Scott, Clyde Smitley. Marilyn Stayman, Edward Stoner, Mary Isabel Sundrup, Doris Wagner, Patricia Weidner, Karl Weimer, Dale Vesper. F. "W" 1 ,.f' Q5 ,c QQ A v' lafhfj .L mf-as pf , ' it ' 5? ff fp i V 0' V N PM X., irf K- ' Leo H. Faust Vice President Miami University Ohio State University Mrs. Johnson E. West WO0Ster C0llege A Guy Frisljie Massachusetts Institute of Technology Eaafufafg l Fronk C. Montross President Grinnell College University of Michigan M. M. Burrell Xenia High School Williom H. Hobort Dennison University University of Pennsylvania T. E. Hook Superintendent E. Ohio Northern University B. University of Michigan . A. University of Michigan A. Columbia University E?O 5 5. U7 U o 'K o 'Q' 3' S4 W H I o 3 o UT CHQ QEPO 55325' 2 Sseaetme QQUNSQOOB FJ' SWSUS' o 2539419 E QEOEUE' U' arm' 0 - mfoc W O2 2: 'U m '-'fb o S' Ufgrm 3 nd wa' 3 52 Q3 55 2 Miss Mory A. Butler Troy, Ohio A. B. Ohio Wesleyan University A. M. University of Michigan Graduate Work, Chautauqua, New York Latin and English Dean of Girls Girl Reserve Sponsor Mr. Fronk H. Prouty Troy, 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 Honor Society Sponsor Music Club Sponsor Mr. Fred B. Pettoy Troy, Ohio A. B. Muskingum College M. A. Ohio State University Biology Nature Club Sponsor "Trojan" Business Sponsor Hi-Y Sponsor Casting Club Sponsor emu., an W. L. Swoidner Principal A. B. Indiana State Teachers' College M. A. Columbia University Graduate Work, University of Michigan Graduate Work, Ohio State University Mathematics Miss Helen A. Sinks Troy, Ohio B. S. Miami University M. Ed., Duke University Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin English "Trojan" Sponsor Senior Sponsor Miss Pouline Guyton Springfield, Ohio B. A. Wittenberg College M. A. McGill University Certiiicat d'Etudes Francaises, University of Grenoble, France Graduate Work, University of California Graduate Work, University of Colorado Spanish, French, English French Club Sponsor Spanish Club Sponsor Mr. C. W. Wolters Troy, Ohio A. B. Miami University M. S. University of Michigan Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy Aeronautics Camera Club Sponsor Hi-Y Sponsor Senior Sponsor Stage Crew Sponsor Mr. Corl W. Vesper Troy, -Ohio A. B. Ohio Northern University B. S. Ohio Northern University M. A. Ohio State University Graduate Work. University of Dayton General Science, Senior Science Student Council Sponsor Tennis Coach Mr. Warren Kindy Troy, Ohio A. B. Manchester College M. A. Ohio State University Graduate Work, University of Dayton Mathematics Assistant Principal Mr. Carlton H. Kazmaier Troy, Ohio B. S. Wittenberg College University of Toledo Athletic Coach Social Science Miss Grace Wentz Coshocton, Ohio B. S. Ohio University Commercial Girl Reserve Sponsor Miss Isabelle Marshall New Concord, Ohio Maryville College B. S. University of Tennessee Graduate Work, Ohio State University Home Economics Cafeteria Supervisor 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 Library Service, University of Chicago Social Science Librarian Library Club Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor aww, Mr. John J. Kerekes Troy, Ohio B. A. Miami University M. A. Ohio State University Mathematics Physical Education Basketball Coach Hi-Y Sponsor Mr. Roy C. Zook Troy, Ohio A. B. Wittenberg College M. A. Ohio State University Graduate Work, Ohio State University U. S. History, Psychology, Mathematics Athletic Manager Golf Coach Miss Virginia Weiss Newark, Ohio B. S. Wittenberg College M. A. Ball State Teachers' College Commercial Junior Sponsor Mrs. Lois Smith Troy, Ohio B. S. Miami University Home Economics 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. Paul A. Lerner Troy, Ohio A. B. Ohio State University Industrial Arts Miss Rosemo ry Forsyth Alexandria, Ohio A. B. Denison University Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin Physical Education G. A. A. Sponsor Miss Ruth Eberlficirt Cliicora, Pennsylvania Bachelor of School Music, Capital University Graduate Work, University of Cincinnati Graduate Work, Cincinnati Conservatory Graduate Work. Northwestern University Mixed Chorus Miss June Soring Troy. Ohio Troy High School, 1939 Secretary to Superintendent Mr. William Wintrow Troy, Ohio Custodian Qawll Mr. Williom M. Berndt Troy. Ohio B. S. Ohio State University Industrial Arts Miss Glodyce Wolfe Columbus, Ohio Columbus School of Fine Arts B. F. A. P. A. A., University of New Mexico M. A. University of New Mexico Art Instructor x X Mr. Fronk L. Humberger Troy, Ohio Dana Institute Graduate of Thomas Normal. Detroit, Michigan Graduate Work. Columbia University Graduate Work, University of Southern California Music Supervisor Miss Helen Mott Troy, Ohio Troy High School, 1942 Secretary to Principal Mr. Elmer Fish Troy, Ohio Engineer Lt Paul A. Lerner Grace Wentz Ensign William Berndt To Paul A. Lerner, former Industrial Arts teacher, now a com- missioned lieutenant, Junior grade in the United States Navy, William Berndt, commissioned an ensign, and Grace Wenz, former commercial teacher, an apprentice seaman in the women's naval forces, the WAVES, Troy High School students and members of the faculty extend best wishes and express their appreciation tor the services rendered by these teachers. Both Lieutenant Lerner and Apprentice Seaman Wentz re- ported tor duty on April lO, 1943, Lieutenant Lerner going to Ohio State University and Apprentice Seaman Wentz to Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ensign Berndt reported to Ohio State University on May l, i9-43. M V v wK'1'.'V 1 A Psi 1,-,WIWM-QW' 'f',,:,f1,-f- A if 'SK x. -A fi ..I wvfjkxiff: Wgifgw x b im 533535 fifxi?'fQiYsiX v - 46 14 ' A-wx 'Sk A -3' my 'Wy Cv w gs'-, 0. .ffm xx ,fx . . H 1 T ,W H A A M ' Q x , gi H :S M K' x ' ' S k vi 145 1 , Oh , ' X W ' ' if ' 5' Q., VM f z aw 5? ix ., U 'Y .N R, A . , '1 A Q P Q 1 Q 1 . . 3- , 3: " Z" sw ' Q V1 x I 1 X . ,.-M ,fxf.,?'?, .x K .4 ,FA ,, ' xikx . xwlffiw' Q N if I.,- s-1 , 1' M,,.2f6:f'xM , ':..-'7' I N Q5 -my X fllfx-X5 Q X g Q .x .af Q ,.. . W EN rf .- .- V- ,' QS SW X Ng 9 V , x Nm .,.N N-...Lh:j,- lx! 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Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 3 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Music Appreciation Club - 3 Secretary - Senior Class - 4 Zi COLORS ww, ata We we David Bowyer Meeker Vice President - Senior Class - 4 Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 3, 4 Annual Staff - 3 Usher Staff - 1, 2 Nature Club - 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 1, 2, 4 Football - 2, 4 Track - 3, 4 Tennis - l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club - 4 Van Cleve Vanities - 2, 3 Boys' Varisity "T" - 1, 2, 4 Journalism Club - 2 Vice President - Senior Class - 4 Third Honors V Lillian Beverly Scott Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 4 G. A. A. - 1 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Band - 2, 3, 4 Drum Majorette Girls' Glee Club - 1. 2, 3 "Oh Doctor!" "Chimes of Normandie" Spanish Club - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 Assistant Student Council - 4 Class Play - 4 Treasurer - Senior Class Joe Allen Broun Hi-Y - 2, 3, 4 Commission - 4 Camera Club - 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 Vanities Committee - 3, 4 Student Council - 3 Casting Club - 3 President - 3 President - Senior Class: lst semester MOTTO in Spud, 125 an Wd! Bette Jeanne Adams Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 4 Lowell Arthur Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 2, 4 Boys' Glee Club - 3, 4 Baseball - 2 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 1, 2, 3, 4 Juanita Irene Brurnbaugh Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 4 Orchestra - 1, 2 Wilberta Irene Chavis G. A. A. - 1, 2 Manager, Girls' Athletic Team - 2 Albert Carl Chipley Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Boys' Glee Club - 3 Football - 1, 2 Cheer Leader - 3, 4 Cheer Leader "T" - 4 "Oh Doctor!" Seniaful. Fern Audrey Andrews Girl Reserve - 3, 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3 Girls' Glee Club - 4 Chapel Choir - 4 Journalism Club - 4 Georgia Pauline Black Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Library Club - 4 Ma rga ret Cawcutt Entered Senior Year Girl Reserve - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 4 John Kenneth Chesnut Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Stage Crew Manager - 4 Stage Crew - 2, 3, 4 Charles Franklin Collins Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Commission - 4 Camera Club - 2, 3, 4 President - 3 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Business Manager - 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 4 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 4 Track - 1 Student Council - 2, 3 Class Play - 4 National HOHQI' Society - 4 Marilyn lone Crouse Girl Reserve - 2. 3, 4 Cabinet -4 G. A. A. - 3 Girls' Glee Club - 1. 2. 3 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Oh Doctor!" -A 3 Chapel Choir - 3 Library Club - 1, 2, 3, 4 Gloria Louise DeWeese Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff -- 4 G.A.A.-l,2,3 Nature Club - 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Vice President - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Debate - 4 Girls' Athletic "T" - 3 Journalism Club - 3 Library Club - 1 "Oh Doctor!" Class Play - 4 Paul Robert Ea mba rt Entered Senior Year Hi-Y Club - 4 Martha Belle Elifritz Girl Reserve - 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Library Club - 4 Kathleen Marie English Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Kath ryri Lorraine Daugherty Entered Senior Year Girl Reserve - 4 Journalism Club - 4 Margaret Arm Drake Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff - 4 Nature Club - 4 French Club - 3, 4 Clara Dorcas Edminson Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 3 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Ned Robert Ellemari Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4: Cabinet - 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball - 2, 3, 4 Track - 1 Golf - 2, 3, 4 Reserve Football - 1 Reserve Basketball - 2 Boys' Varsity "T" Medal for 4th "T" William Etherington Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 l-larold Eugene Feierstein Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Baseball - 2 Dwight M. Frantz Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 2 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3, 4 Robert Charles Geiger Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Commission - 3, 4 Chairman Group B - 3 Camp Nelson Dodd - 3 President - 4 Camera Club - 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 4 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 3, 4 Football - 3, 4 "T" - 2 Baseball - 2 "T" - 2 Tennis - 1 Reserve Basketball - 1 Boys Varsity "T" - 2, 4 Vanities Committee - 2, 3, 4 Buckeye Boys' State - 3 Vice President, Junior Class - 3 Class Play - 4 Lawrence Emerson Gibboney Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 4 Usher Staff - 4 Boys' Glee Club - 2, 3, 4 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 Richard John Graef Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 2, 3 Annual Staff - 4 Nature Club - 4 Student Council - 4 Vice President - 4 Athletic Manager Track - 2 Betty Jean Forsythe Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Usher Staff - 4 G. A. A. - 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Girls' Athletic "T" - 4 Journalism Club - 4 Phyllis Eileen Frye Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 President 2nd Chapter - 2 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 National Honor Society - 3, 4 President - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 2, 4 Spanish Club - 4 Student Council - 1, 2, 4 Treasurer Junior Class - 3 First Honors Norma Josephine Geisman Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Trial by Jury" - 4 Chapel Choir - 3, 4 Library Club - 4 Mildred Lanell Gladrnan Girl Reserve - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 3 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 Joan Greulich Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 3, 4 G. A. A. - 1, 2 Nature Club - 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 2, 4 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Pirates of Penzance" - 1 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Trial by Jury" - 4 Spanish Club - 4 President - 4 Jean Hanna Girl Reserve - 2. 3. 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff A 3. 4 Assistant Editor - 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Spanish Club - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 Student Council - 3 American Legion Essay - 2 Journalism Club - 3, 4 Editor-in-Chief - 4 Music Appreciation Club - 2 David Heater J Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 3, 4 Nature Club - 4 Band - 1. 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 4 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3, 4 President - 4 "Pirates of Penzance" - 1 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Trial by Jury" - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 1, 2, aan Hiatt Girl Reserve A 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 3, 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 President - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 1 2 3 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - "Oh Doctor!" - 3 French Club - 3, 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 Student Council - 1, 2, 3 Debate - 2. 3 Debate "T" - 3 Class Play - 4 Second Honors Louise Holder Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 G. A. A. - 1, 2 Nature Club - 4 Dramatic Club - 4 Secretary - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1. 2 "Pirates of Penzance" "Chimes of Normandie" "Oh Doctor!" "Trial by Jury" French Club - 3, 4 Chapel Choir - 1 Music Appreciation Club - 3 Martha Belle Hufford Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club G.A.A.-1,2,3 Girls' Glee Club A 1, 2, 3 Library Club - 1, 2 Ralph Eugene Ha rshba rger Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 2, 4 Tennis - 1. 4 "Pirates of Penzance" "Chimes of Normandie" "Oh Doctor!" "Trial by Jury" Journalism Club - 4 Herbert H. Hebb Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew - 4 Florence Hogan Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 4 Usher Staff - 1 G. A. A. - 1, 2 Nature Club - 4 Dramatic Club - 4 Band - 2, 3, 4 Drum Majorette Band "T" - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 2 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Trial by Jury" - 4 Spanish Club - 4 Secretary - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 Music Appreciation Club - 4 Class Play - 4 Phyllis Winters Hook Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Editor - 4 G. A. A. - 1, 2 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Band - 1. 2 Band "T" - 2 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 1 Orchestra - 1, 2 "Pirates of Penzance" "Chimes of Normandie" "Oh Doctor!" French Club - 3, 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 2 American Legion Essay - 1 Music Appreciation Club - 3 Class Play - 4 National Honor Society - 4 Frances Eileen Jackson Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 2 Orchestra - 1, 2 "Trial by Jury" - 4 American Legion Essay - 1 Music Appreciation Club - 2, George Dupre Kendoll Hi-Y Club - 2 Football - l Robert Eugene Kinghom Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Nature Club - 4 Stage Crew - 3, 4 Joseph W. Leethy Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Edith Adell Lykes Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 French Club - 3, 4 Chorles l. Mortiri Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Treasurer - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 2, 4 Boys' Glee Club - 2, 3 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3, 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - Student Council - 2, 3, 4 Buckeye Boys' State Class Play - 4 Noncy Kotherine Kessler Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2nd Chapter - 2 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 Usher Staff - 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 President - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Music Appreciation Club - 2, 3 Girls' Casting Club - 2, 3 Class Play - 4 Jesslyn Wi lmo Leethy Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Roriold F. Long Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Basketball - 3, 4 Golf - 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis - 1 Reserve Basketball - 1, 2 Boys' Varsity "TU - 3, 4 Medal for 4th "TH - 4 American Legion Essay - 1 Morgoret Louise Mcicy Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 1, 2, French Club - 3, 4 President - 3, 4 American Legion Essay - 4 Vanities Committee - 3, 4 National Honor Society - 4 Sixth Honors Normo Jeon Mortin Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 Band - 1, 2, 3 Band "T" - 2 Orchestra - 1, 2, 3 Student Council - 1 Journalism Club - 4 Library Club - 3, 4 Melba Jean Martz Girl Reserve - 3, 4 Library Club - 4 Eugene B. Merritt Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Track - 3 Baseball - 1, 2 Reserve Football - 1, 2 Boys' Varsity "T" - 4 Jeanetta June Motter Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 1 Usher Staff - 1, 2, 3 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 "Oh Doctor!" Library Club - 1, 2, 3, 4 Nancy Louise Mumford Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Spanish Club - 3, 4 Library Club - 3, 4 President - 4 Yvonne Esther Overholser Girl Reserve - 2 Orchestra - 1, 2 Helen Louise Melvin Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Mary Juanita Millet Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 President - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 National Honor Society - 3, 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 2 Student Council - 3 Fifth Honors Miriam Katherine Mouch Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Vice President - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 "Oh Doctor!" Howard Edward Mutschler Hi-Y Club - 3, 4 Camera Club - 2 Patsy Charles Patty Entered Senior Year Hi-Y Club - 4 Dramatic Club - 4 Band - 4 Class Play - 4 Betsy Lee Porter Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 1 Annual Staff - 3, 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society - , Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - French Club - 3, 4 Spanish Club - 4 Student Council - 2, 4 Treasurer - 2 President - 4 Debate - 2, 3, 4 Debate "T" - 3 Carson Trophy - 3 Fourth Honors Caleb Ray Hi-Y Club - 4 Boys' Glee Club - 2, 3, 4 Track - 1, 2, 3, 4 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Trial by Jury" - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 3 lrvinl. Roop Hi-Y Club - 3, 4 Bruce Merrill Sayers Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 3, 4 Band - l, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 4 Boys' Glee Club - 1 Tennis - 2 Orchestra - 3, 4 "Pirates of Penzance" "Van Cleve Vanities" - 2 Stage Crew - 2 Casting Club - 2, 3 Horace Edward Seay Hi-Y Club - 1, 2, 4 Boys' Glee Club - 4 Leona rd Joseph Pour Hi-Y Club - 4 Nature Club - 4 Deloris Marie Reed Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Usher Staff - 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Treasurer - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Eileen Virginia Sanders Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 4 Camera Club - 1, 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2, 3 Miami Scholarship Tests - Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 French Club - 3, 4 Vice President - 3, 4 Debate - 2, 3 Debate "T" - 2 Music Appreciation Club - Class Play - 4 Bonita Seay Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1 Usher Staff - 2 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2, 3 French Club - 3 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 Class Play - 4 Howard A. Shaneyfelt Hi-Y Club - 1, 4 Boys' Glee Club - 4 Paul Frederick Shook Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Secretary - 4 Nature Club - 4 Track - 4 Student Council - 2 Stage Crew - 1 Secretary Junior Class Camp Nelson Dodd - 4 Clyde Jackson Smitley Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff - 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 2, Football - 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball - 1, 2, 3, 4 Track - 1, 3, 4 Student Council - 1, 3, 4 Boys' Varsity "T" - 4 Medal for 4th "T" - 4 American Legion Essay - 1 President Junior Class Trojan 10 - 2 Marilyn Stoyman Girl Reserve- 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 Annual Staff - 4 Priscilla F. Stokes Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Usher Staff - 2, 3 Camera Club - 1 Nature Club - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 2 Cheer Leader - 2 French Club - 3, 4 Treasurer - 4 Student Council - 1 American Legion Essay - 3 Class Play - 4 Richard Mearl Sturm Hi-Y Club - 3, 4 Spanish Club - 4 Mary Jane Shroyer Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 1, 2, 3 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Band - 1, 2, 3, 4 Band "T" - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2, 3, 4 "Pirates of Penzance" - 2 "Trial by Jury" - 4 "Van Cleve Vanities" - 1, 2, 3 Chapel Choir - 2, 4 Marjorie J. Sotherland Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Secretary - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Usher Staff - 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. - 1 Journalism Club - 4 Library Club - 3, 4 Donald Stewart Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Edwa rd R. Stoner Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 2, 4 Treasurer - 4 Annual Staff - 3, 4 Dramatic Club - 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests Miami Scholarship Tests Spanish Club - 4 Student Council - 2, 3 Charles Suerdieck Hi-Y Club - 4 -4 2 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Iliene Hilda Sullivan Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 C1.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 French Club - 3, 4 Girls' Athletic "TH - 3 Patricia Ruth Thomas Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 4 Camera Club - l Annual Staff - 3, 4 Art Editor - 4 G. A. A. - 2, 3 Nature Club - 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1, 2 Orchestra -- 3 French Club - 3, 4 Van Cleve Vanities - 3, 4 Journalism Club - 3 Music Appreciation Club - 2 Mary Caroline Ullrey Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Cabinet - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 Assistant Editor - 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Nature Club - 3, 4 "Trial by Jury" French Club - 3, 4 Secretary - 4 Stephen Dean Weeks Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Dorothy Williams Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 G.A,A.-1,2,3,4 Girls' Athletic UT" , 3 - Joseph DeChant Tatem Entered Senior Year Hi-Y Club - 4 French Club - 4 Doris Caroline Turner Girls' Basketball - 2, 3 Doris Jean Wagner Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Camera Club - 3 Annual Staff - 4 Usher Staff - 1, 2 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 President - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Cheer Leader - 4 Cheer Leader "T" - 4 Student Council - 1 Girls' Athletic "T" - 4 Patricia Louise Weidner Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 Treasurer - 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Annual Staff - 4 G. A. A. - 1 Nature Club - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 1 Music Appreciation - 2 Wilma Jane Woods Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G.A.A.-1,2,3,4 Girls' Glee Club - 2, 3, 4 "Oh Doctor!" - 3 "Chimes of Normandie" - 2 "Trial by Jury" - 4 Marcus Yount Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Camera Club - 2, 3, 4 Nature Club - 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests - 4 Miami Scholarship Tests - 1, 3 Stage Crew - 2 Ernest LeRoy Ga rwood Hi-Y Club - 2, 3, 4 Football - 1 S . Dorothy May Zimmerman Girl Reserve - 2, 3, 4 G. R. Ring Club - 4 Girls' Glee Club - 2, 3 Donald Dale Sockrlder Re-entered Senior Year Hi-Y Club - 2, 4 Usher Staff - 2 Basketball - 4 Track - 1, 4 Reserve Basketball - 1, Student Council - 1 Boys' Varsity "T" - 4 3111 illirmnriam Undaunted by the clouds of fear, Undazzled by a happy day, She made a Heaven about her here And took how much' with her away I Richard Monckton Mn Ines Glmilalp 511111211 . ' Y S ' Glauadida Entering Troy High School as freshmen in September 1939, we students, now seniors, tasted our first year of high school life. We liked the flavor, so we stayed on and proved our ability not only in scholastic work, but also in sports and other extra-curricular activities as well. As sophomores, We continued to be outstanding in scholastic and extra- curricular activities. Since 1940 was an eventful year-for it was the year Franklin D. Roosevelt Was elected President of the United States of America for his third term-We were all Democrats or Republicans, and we had our friendly squabbles about who should be President, Roosevelt or Wilkie. In our junior year, We participated in more club organizations and a great majority of us took part in the Van Cleve Vanities, the annual operetta, and other activities. Five of our fellow classmates became members of the National Honor Society. They were Phyllis Frye, Joan Hiatt, Betsy Lee Porter, Juanita Millet, and David Meeker. Now, as seniors, we can proudly say that We have had a successful fourth year at T. H. S. Paramount in the thoughts and activities of seniors has been our contribution to the war effort. We have Worked in local war indus- tries, in both offices and factories. Some of our boys have joined the armed forces before graduating, and others Will follow suit after Commencement. Bond sales, scrap drives, gasoline and food rationing have given us many opportunities to serve our government. Many classes have dealt directly with the induction training program. Class meetings, parties, publishing the "Trojan", and happy association with our friends filled any spare minutes in the busy year. ' Commencement strengthened bonds of friendship and brought a deeper affection for T. H. S. as each member of the class of '43 set out for new fields of adventure and service. Olga ..... Gustave . . . Erna ........... Miss Linder ..... Hans ..... . . Francois ..... Margarethe . C' P Troy High School Class of 1943 May Senior Class Play, "Letters to Lucerne". May Senior Farewell Chapel. May Junior-Senior Dance. May Baccalaureate Sermon, Dr. A. H. Hook. May - Commencement Exercises. Speakers, Dr. William E. Smith, Profes- sor of History, Miami University, and Major General Frederick H. Smith, United States Army. Presentation of diplomas by Mr. F. C. Montross, President of Board of Education. First Honors-Phyllis Frye Second Honors-Joan Hiatt Third Honors-David Meeker Fourth Honors-Betsy Lee Porter Fifth Honors-Juanita Millet Sixth Honors-Margaret Macy ufeifhat la .L7uce1me" By Fritz Rotter and Allen Vincent CAST OF CHARACTERS .......Joan Hiatt . . . . .Charles Martin . . . . . .Bonita Seay . . . .Florence Hogan . . . .Charles Patty . . . . .Charles Collins . . . .Nancy Kessler Caroline Hunter .... Bingo Hill ...... Felice ....... Marian .... Sally ......... Koppler ....... DIRECTOR ..... ....Phyl1is Hook ......Beverly Scott .....Eileen Sanders .....Priscilla Stokes .........Gloria DeWeese .............Robert Geiger Miss Dorothy E. Thomas PLOT OF THE PLAY Opening scenes are shown in Lucerne in the late summer of 1939, when some girls are returning to school after summer vacation. Miss Hunter, the wise and agreeable schoolmistress, helps them live a content and busy life, oblivious of the burning hatred and bitter attitude growing throughout the world. During the evenings, the girls customarily read their letters from home to one another Despite Miss Hunter's attempts to keep the school isolated from the terrible things ensuing because of the war, the letters which the girls read reveal the bitterness which they had not known prevailed. News from Poland is deplor- able. and though the German girl is not responsible for the destruction brought about by her countrymen, she is continually blamed. Before the curtain falls, the girls receive word that Hans, a German soldier and Olga's lover, was ordered to bomb Warsaw. Rather than endanger the lives of many of 0lga's family and friends in that city, Hans, unlike his heartless com- rades, ends his own life by deliberately crashing his plane. 5 Ex 2 gig 3m 2 if Www 24322 fy A 4 A 5' 35 if W N52 ggi 2 S035 KJUWWL1 5 M ' X9 EL EQ, gag EX E Quabvbn . QQ . N , -wwf XE RX? E .fb ,, 5 5 W WW i 5 K Jkt 3 jg, '9'-7251.2 as - ff-,Z wg Yi. li if-9' C Q64 Q " Q' 375351 3 we N ,Q "' ET, eq, SX M F Xm x, MQW QQ ik 'QQ gwzqagew rims WK WWW ff Cf?" og! O ,QW 093.97 MW-7fv3fLT70"70Z'uL Afgp Q Q uf QW ,W M QQXQJW J? gk? M Eff Ekfwq Q! 3, -F A7 M 3 :XE Ei. ".rb,a,fe.. 57 i Q s X S if Wvavwwfffi, MMV 3 2 3 via fig G ' in Q ER bg ? ?i"fW 5 lp mmmwww if 22 X fiifwj ful 7011! '7edlamenl' of lfze Glazz of '43 0 We, the members of the Class of '43, being of Cmore or lessl sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this last will and testament, hereby, revoking all former wills, testaments, and codicils heretofore by us made: Pat Patty surrenders his apple polishing to Glenn Shump. "Bubbles" wills her brain power to the Dayton Power and Light Company. Blackout! Bob Geiger parts with his shyness and bequeaths it to Ted Herrlinger. Joan Greulich refuses to part with her adoration for "Kaz". Eugene Merritt relinquishes his love for the "weaker sex" to Jerry Pfister. Patty Thomas confers upon Jane Perry her marvelous figure. Dick Graef leaves his aeronautics problems to some one who can work them. "Scottie" surrenders her pictures of Glenn Miller and Harry James to all "hep-cats". Joe Tatem leaves his love letters to George Might. Norma Martin leaves her letters from the men in service to no one. Dave Meeker leaves nothin' to nobody at no time, no how. Clara Edminson leaves her quiet way to Don Marker. "Pinky" leaves his hair to posterity. Ned Elleman leaves the basketball floor where it is. Sayers and Stoner leave because of the heat. "Sandy" leaves "Shep". CNot for long.J Dave Heater leaves Mr. Kindy's mind at ease. "GoGee" surrenders her "No se" to Rita Rataiczak. "Janie" Shroyer refuses to part with her strut. Harold Feierstein leaves the "tin lizzie" to Mr. Zook. Phyllis Hook and Betsy Porter leave with very good records. Carl Chipley leaves his letters with Mary Miller. fNo snitching in the audience.J "Mut" leaves the library to "Dusty" Sharp. Marilyn Stayman leaves for Chicago to join Charles Atlas. "Sockie", "Boxie", Harshbarger, Ray, Kingham, Shook and Weimer leave for the Air Corps. "Bee" Holder leaves her Bring 'Em Back Alive tactics to Marge Moody. Irvin Roop leaves his teeth to Mr. Bay. "Janie" Woods leaves her hair styles to Dick Koenitzer. Charles Suerdieck leaves the Honor Roll for Dick Roney. Deloris Reed leaves her sweaters to June Ann Howard. Dorothy Zimmerman and Mildred Gladman leave the dime store standing. Horace Seay gives up his seat in Study Hall. Dorothy Williams leaves at last. Dean Weeks parts very reluctantly with the favorite sixth period Lit. class. Jody Hiatt leaves the boys in mechanical drawing class to Carol Covault and Mary Isabel Sundrup. We, the witnesses whereof, do subscribe our signatures hereto: GENERAL STORE MAJOR CASTASTROPHE PRIVATE BATH This document has been certified, sworn by, to, and at, and sealed Cno gluej with a flourish in the "Trojan', sweat shop. CLO men QQ? NES? .' 1. fi ! I , XM a , fg, I 1' 'JJ411l'TR?f H3 '.. -- -Ga 13 'si ei, :X :K X. I x , "?.fff?E"' 535 5 .5-i'tr?f'.3'llip 1 xX..x9 QXY a 1 131 Q 'v v 1 l- Y 9 'r Q za S x x x was X X - w X 2 SL Sl iz Sig iii ix x NN k James Agna President Mione Martin Secreta ry ' Elma Gjfmm I David Galbreath Vice-President Paul Hildebrand Treasurer i -. i"k'ki"k ' Glam Closing its third successful year in T. H. S., the Junior Class looks for- ward to an even more successful year as seniors. The class has been outstanding in both scholastic and social activities. Its students have participated in the Van Cleve Vanities, the annual oper- etta, and other extra-curricular activities with enthusiasm, and they have played an active part in the War effort program. To honor the graduating class of 1943, the juniors presented an impres- sive Senior Farewell Chapel, and collaborated with the seniors at the Junior- Senior Dance, appropriately called the Victory Hop. A , V .- ' . by 1:1555 -52 4 I 45? :':: Q, I ' 7 ' ' g Z.. A -. fig ,g Yfg ,xiz W M, W P gy Q. K iw- N, ,,, . 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Janice Hillis, Bettie Hines, John Hobbs, Mildred Hodges, Martha Holder, June Ann Howard, Iris Iddings, Mary Irvine, Richard Jackson, James Johnston. Carleton Jones, Rose Kirsch, Marilyn Kiser, Richard Koenitzer, Janet Kroger, Kenneth Kropp, Julia Littlejohn, William Love, John Lowry, Vernon McKinley. +1 Row Row Row ROW Row Row , , sf i ,. ,Q Juanita Macy, Bernice Maggert, Don Marker, Mary Meek, Walter Meeker, Jane Merkling, Evelyn Meyer, George Might, Mary Ellen Miller, Eleanor Myers. Rita Nash, Betty North, Rose Marie O'Connor, Mary Jean Ormes, Virgil Orr, Dick Ovenshire, Ellen Eileen Overcash, Wanda Penny, Jane Perry, Jerry Pister. Ethel Priddy, Rita Rataiczak, Amanda Redmon, Harry Richardson, Miriam Robbins, Richard Roney, Judy Roop, Herbert Schmidt, Barbara Schnell, Val Shellenbarger. Byron Shepard, Glen Shump, William Simms, Dorothy Slack, Nelson Smallen- berger, Mary Smick, Alta Smith, Olive Snedeker, Ruth Sphar, James Stafford. Amaryllis Stager, John Starry, Donald Stewart, James Stowe, Mary Sundrup, Shirley Tressler, Gloria Valentine, Dale Vesper, Emilie Wagomon, Jeanette Waters. Wilbur Werling, Chrystal Wert, Desmond Wolfe, Jack Wright, Zelma Wright, Marguerite Zechar, Patricia Zerkel. 3 is gg -l at , E -f z. 6 Ja R A g k-if Q. :K ' , 5' ,v f , L ' fn. Q N ii .S 61644 I 'f. :gif 55 1 in i sf . . fs :EI-:ISM EL., K . . Y it F A 1. 'ts . -E-3,,,,f ' - ' 1 ,N ' R - 5 5 . in ' 12555-5: ' v I -K 'Q -V Exif R " : Egg ,FA xi A5 ' iifif ' Q, V A l -' fiflfiqug f A - - ' in . .,.,, Lg , . AV ti 1, ui U 2 'E Y' f A Q rr x fr ' s it ,A A . , mf E . W i .qw . I E, , , . W . .... A - ,iigv - , 2 : -' A 35 a 1 " 1 . 1 ai I 1 ,- 5 4, ::,. gg, E. . V - E .g....s1-- ,.. --New L- f ul. 1 H i Q 9 - X . Lf? ' .. A S ' i . ai' A"- 5 S, , sibm .3 . , Q 'x .,: i V A. ..,.... . A . - - fe ' A Q. ff' A 'Q -sf' A ' - ..,. : i - lf537": ":.1- : i Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: ROW 5: Row 6: Barbara Adams, Betty Allen, Jo Ann Allen, Howard Arthur, James Attenweiler, Mildred Baker, Nelson Beck, Floyd Belden, Barbara Black. Charlene Boller, Virgil Booher, Donald Bowman, Dorothy Bowman, Paul Braun, Rozann Braun, Virginia Brookhart, Loren Buchanan, Vivian Buckingham. Joan Campbell, Annabelle Carey, Cecelia Chipley, James DeGroff, Patricia Dodson, William Doll, Jack Doll, Patricia Donavan, Douglas Drake. Wilma Evilsizor, Eleanor Fish, Russell Flora, Jerry Fox, Betty Francis, Robert Gardner, William Gilleland, Jerry Gladman, Doris Hartley. Richard Hill, Thomas Hogan, Alice Hook, Mary Alice Jackson, Robert Jenkins, Russell Johnson, Virginia Johnston, Anna Jones, Dorothy Keller. Francis Kessler, Alberta Kilpatrick, Marion Knisley, John Koenitzer, Michaella Lane, Elizabeth Lindenberger, James Long, Louisa Louthan. 3 A N in 5 ' 0 'F : Q V 7 A , 5 Row Row Row Row Row Row Deloris Lykes. Sam Mack, Doris Mercer, Robert McDaniel, Ronald McMullen. Marjorie Moody, Benjamin Morgan, Jack Motter, Janet Mouch. Annabelle Myers, Robert Palmer, Carol Pauly, Helen Petty, William Porter, Rose Ann Pour, William Powe, Dorothy Reed, Ada Richardson. William Robbins, Carol Roney, Norman Rozell, Betty Rudy, William Ryan, Nancy Sauer, Barbara Schardt, James Scott, William Seay. William Sharp, Anna Lee Slifer, Richard Stewart, William Stratton, Betty Stowe. Peggy Strome, Virginia Studebaker, Antoinette Tatem, Alfred Trapp. Eileen Tucker, Norma Turner, Evelyn Ullrey, Norma Underwood, Naomi Vandeveer, Charles Vesper, William Wagner, Margaret Warner, Merri Warwick. Nancy Waters, Robert Webb, Janet Wingrove, Ruby Woods, Eugene Woolery. Donald Workman, Dorothy Wright, John Young. f 51" If IE- ' f x Q? 5- 5 A W A , S7 EB: X we JN. QNX: ii x X X Nag' 4 . Qu , "' S 9 . ws Q Cx ,N K IQM N , X 4 ,sie I Ni X X 1 W ' A X : xt Q X . A 5 4 en Sifxsmm' gg F 15 3 K Q ,,,,,,N 3' sq Row Row Row ROW Row ROW Richard Abshire, Betty Alexander, Mary Andrews, Bert Arthur, Caroline Arthur, Jack Arthur, Peggy Attenweiler, Doris Ann Baker, Charles Beiger, Harold Bissett. Robert Black, James Blackmore, Donald Blankenship, Douglas Blue, Kathryn Boggs, Letha Bowers, Patsy Bowers, Paula Brandes, Betty Breese, Jo Ann Briggs. Barbara Brown, Marjorie Brown, Patrick Brown, Freda Brumbaugh, Joseal Brumbaugh, Harold Buirley, Shirley Butchert, William Butler, Eugene Chaney. Marcia Cha-se. Kenneth Chipley, Clara Chesnut, Fred Chronaberry, James Clawson, Clara Cody, Ruth Coppess, Lloyd Covault, Catherine Cress, Jack Crist, Peggy Cruikshank. Eugene Cultice, Barbara Curtin, William Cusac, Jacqueline Danner, Floyd Daugherty, Dale Davis, Donald Davis, Mary Lee Davis, Barbara Dewey, Billy Downing. John Drake, Nova Dunlap, William Elifritz, Winnie Enyeart, Edward Enz, Betty Etherington, Jack Faust, Joyce Fox, Herbert Frye, Joan Furrow. Row Row Row Row Row Row 4 Jane Gardner, Melvin Gass, Patricia Gates, Robert Gemin, Dorothy Graef, Jack Grigsby, Anne Guehl, Louise Hart, Thomas Hartzell, Peggy Hawley. Margaret Heater, Douglas Heaton, Edward Herrlinger, Richard Hewitt, Jacqueline Hicks, Nannie Hill, Ramona Hines, Clifford Hirsch, Marjorie Hoagland, Patricia Hoban. Jean Holder, Robert Holland, Delpha Honeyman, Margaret Hook, Roger Hunt, Lucille Hutchinson, Mabel Jeffrey, Isabell Jenkins, Edward Jennings, Ace Johnson. Jack Jolliff, Robert Kaufman, Griffith Knoop, Barbara Kreitzer, Ludwig Kroger, Caroline Kruse, Louise Lawson, Helen Leethy, Robert Leffel, Max Lehman. Joyce Leonard, Margaret McCurdy, Roscoe McKinney, Doris McMa.th, Kenneth McMath, Edward McMullen, Harold McWilliams, Paul Meek, Robert Mercer, Marcelyn Mick. Mary Miller, John Henry Mills, Vivian Minnich, Richard Motter, Louise Mulford, Janet Mumford, James Myers, Jo Ann Oldham, Jackie Ovenshire, Gerald Overholser. P. Q fr 4 N' N 1 , at ii K it Y gg RK' Q A ee? N 5 it. Q Q rl Q, Qu S Q: 3 3 Q ,S s 5 9 X N :,. , 9 li 3 WN ROW ROW Row Row Row Row Row Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck, Rena Penrod, Jack Peters, Miriam Petry, Doris Pike, William Porter, Thomas Porter, Alfrieda Pour, Mabel Redman. Arthur Reed, Jean Reed, Robert Rench, James Richardson, Pearl Rickey, Mary Jane Roath, Dorothy Robbins, Marilyn Roop, Margaret Rudy, Donald Ryman. John Sayers, Barbara Schisler, Donald Scott. Preston Scott, Frank Seay, Rose Ann Sedam, Richard Shafer, Claude Shaneyfelt, Franklin Sharits, Martha Lou Shonting. Barbara Slifer, Marjorie Slifer, Phyllis Slough, Richard Smallenbarger, Jean Smick, Robert Smith, Betty Smitley, Donald Sotherland, Nancy Speer, Doris Starry. Evelyn Stein, John Stoner, William Stowe, Harry Sturgeon, James Sturgeon, Bernadette Suerdieck, Viola Swyers, Norbert Tecklenburg, Harold Trucksis, Thomas Voris. Virginia Waler, Donald Walker, Duane Weaver, Polly Ann Weaver, Lillie Belle Webb, Barbara Werts, Jean Wiles, Betty Lou Wilkey, Beverly Williams, James Wingrove. Jack Wogoman, Patricia Wray, Russell Wray, Julia Yantis, Roger Yount, Janet Zile. .-f"'X ,""? .1-""" ..,......,.r' gas-N fl -A jfs I a A -4549 gb' F f x s x A X. xi! 1 Q 0 X .sm xv I I I I I I I I I I I J .1-ann-naar-A ww' .X . -.,wEi,5Xx xx f fi 1- , X tffs X x . x ,i x x 553 x x,xXh. N S x A x ix A X gtk X . xg gk -my ig? ,vm X . X55 wx - N S K X45 x ii ' ..kQ A ,Q N 50. MSS -sw .yn if. X ,. ix . X ,x wx f N Slucfenfe ' Row 1: Betsy Porter, President, Richard Graef, Vice Presidentg Walter Meeker, Secretary Byron Shepard, Treasurerg Mr. Carl Vesper, Advisor. Row 2: Jo Ann Allen, James Blackmore, Carol Covault, Murray Dalton, Joyce Fox. Row 3: Robert Gardner, Edward Jennings, Jack Jolliff, Charles Martin, William Powe. Row 4: Jean Reed, Clyde Smltley, Donald Sotherland, William Wagner. z-W Glad ROW ROW Row Row ROW Row Robert Geiger, President, Eugene Merrit, Vice President, Paul Shook, Secretary, Charles Martin, Treasurer, Mr. C. W. Walters, Advisor, Melvin Adams, James Agua, Arthur Armstrong, Howard Arthur, Lowell Arthur. James Attenweiler, Jack Beck, Nelson Beck, Floyd Belden, Allan Braun, Paul Braun, Virgil Booher, Robert Brown, Loren Buchanan, Douglas Campbell. John Chesnut, Carl Chipley, Charles Collins, Murray Dalton, James DeGroff, William Doll, Jack Doll, Douglas Drake, Harley Drake, Robert Drake. Eugene Duff, Paul Earnhart, William Etherington, Harold Feierstein, Russell Flora, Jerry Fox, Dwight Frantz, David Galbreath, Robert Gardner, Emerson Gibboney. Jerry Gladman, William Gilleland, Ralph Harshbarger, Lee Hartman, Herbert Hebb, David Heater, Paul Hildebrand, Richard Hill, John Hobbs, Thomas Hogan. Richard Jackson, James Johnston, Robert Kingham, Marion Knisley, Jack Koenitzer. Row Row Row Row Row Row z-if GM Richard Koenitzer, Kenneth Kropp, James Long, Ronald Long, William Love, John Lowry, Donald Marker, Robert McDaniel, Ronald McMullen, Vernon McKinley. David Meeker, Walter Meeker, George Might, Ben Morgan, Virgil Orr, Richard Ovenshire, Charles Patty, Jerry Pfister, William Porter, Joseph Pour. William Powe, Caleb Ray, Harry Richardson, William Robbins, Richard Roney, Norman Rozell, William Ryan, Glen Shump, Bruce Sayers, Herbert Schmidt. William Seay, Horace Seay, Howard Shaneyfelt, William Shanley, Val Shellen- barger, Byron Shepard, William Simms, Nelson Smallenbarger, James Stafford, Edward Stoner. James Stowe, William Stratton, Richard Sturm, Charles Suerdick, Joseph Tatem, Alfred Trapp, Charles Vesper, Dale Vesper, William Wagner, Robert Webb. Dean Weeks, Karl Weimer, Wilber Werling, Desmond Wolfe, Eugene Woolery, Donald Workman, Jack Wright, Jack Young, Marcus Yount. HI-Y-To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and commun- ity, high standards of Christian character. 1 1 To MR 6 Une z E if 514' we '5 :U :U 'FU 'EU PU PU 5 ,,.,,.,,. -wif?" ' '1 4- A if , ' "' O O O O O O - .. 5 ' , .. V , N " ' 7'-' " ' - :U 5 Q g 5 2 5 ,, - , - -- -. ..,. , g gn .,., , , , 1- CD cn cn as co no ,.- gl f ' ' I f"' - ' .V ' ':"" H .. .. .. .. .. .. V V If N V Q 4, gi :IJ . Gala V. 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Q, E ff- 55' rn 5 Q 1 f-e 5 gi 5 4 P, A O Q4 E FZ' U 2: O o S9 ' ,. .. UB' gr I E 1 E E E F 5' g E 5' 'egwzgw N -sa n wg S 3 E Q 5. ,-A G ug Q 'Xi ...,. .,V ....w. Qkiggg: , ...,V A D' 3 2 g 5' 2 5 E. 5 Q' Q 5 gl ,z ,... , 1 . " ' 6. - cr if' 1 :1:, :- ,H - - . 2 g m U' gg Q Q N D. in A Ax- - - 'Q if 1 W III Q O .. '-'- -" rv -" , '73 V , U' ': UQ so '-s 'U 2 3 U1 E 5 CD2 '1 5 , -Vi L A ,J Q. :s o rv '-' " 1 g ' . '- 3 3 E 5 E UQ 3 g g 99 97 g A lssail V .:..1 ' -' ' 75 F' CL P7 ' 'C 3 5' fb .W 3:1 7 9' 'ff' if and to help her develop spiritually, morally, and socially. A ef 'li 52 I 5 A ,,, x . b A -5 - gf WA 5 -Atal rw ,- MR C' Eng Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Row 6: 4 v June Howard, Iris Iddings, Mary Irvine, Eileen Jackson, Nancy Kessler, Rose Kirsch, Marilyn Kiser, Janet Kroger, Jesselyn Leethy, Edith Lykes. Juanita Macy, Margaret Macy, Bernice Maggert. Norma Martin, Mione Martin, Melba Martz, Helen Melvin, Jane Merkling, Evelyn Meyers. Mary Miller. June Motter, Nancy Mumford, Eleanor Myers, Rita Nash, Betty North, Rose O'Connor, Jean Ormes. Ellen Overcash, Yvonne Overholser, Wanda Penney. Ethel Pridcly, Amanda Redman, Miriam Robbins, Judy Roop, Barbara Schnell. Beverly Scott, Bonnie Seay, Mary Jane Shroyer, Dorothy Slack, Mary Smick. Alta Smith, Olive Snedeker, Marjorie Sotherland, Ruth Sphar, Amaryllis Stager, Marilyn Stayman, Priscilla Stokes, Iliene Sullivan, Mary Sundrup, Shirley Tresslar. Gloria Valentine, Doris Wagner, Emilie Wagoman, Jeanette Waters, Dorothy Williams, Wilma. Woods, Marguerite Zechar, Patricia Zerkle, Dorothy Zimmerman. . 0- Q. K 5' 1 I s ' Y s Q, 0 8 ' K , X xr , 'T ' f, xi fl V kt . g4 ' ' .KAW Q ' l . 4 f '5 fx of ii-'31 as LJ fi" ' ,FAV lf, ,Q he , ,- - ., , . 1 I -,.. 'I K K .K-,si X Af si 5 "" fi-J: ' 4 c W J ,x K, , . 1 M'-sa -Q ,. h L at ds, , . , , ' . R :QI b ,I XZ , i ,K X .. 5' V 5 'Q 5 il' E .. - . . F :Q t A , Ss .r , A Q r ss , ' K- - 3, V 5 ..,., A up P f , 4- , I' 2' -5 if Q ." ,. il' r X my A .N 4 11 5 ' x -S Q, Q .A w t. , f ,Q -.. gang 2. ,x 6 4 " Q P- ' P' ' D 5. t b- I - f H 'N Q- 6' 0 IQ' K ev 1 G D 1 M i ,mi fit.. s it ,J X J Q 4, is j lr ' ' V ' . V A 'C ,K W .f F . ja , A , 1 , 115 P X ' ' its ' N " -. 4:4 S- F4 - Q A N H , I ag as Q ml!! C' '7 We -nl R 'Sb in Row 1: Jo Ann Allen, President: Barbara Schardt, Vice-President: Louisa Louthan, Secretary: Ada Richardson, Treasurer: Miss Wentz, Advisor, Barbara Adams, Betty Allen, Mildred Baker, Barbara Black. Row 2: Charlene Boller, Dorothy Bowman, Rozann Braun, Virginia Brookhart, Vivian Buckingham, Joan Campbell, Annabelle Carey, Cecelia Chipley, Patricia Dodson. Row 3: Patricia Donavan, Wilma Evilsizor, Eleanor Fish, Betty Francis, Alice Hook, Mary Alice Jackson, Virginia Johnson, Anna Jones, Dorothy Keller. Row 4: Francis Kessler, Alberta Kilpatrick, Michaella Lane, Elizabeth Lindenberger, Norma Lykes, Doris Mercer, Janet Mouch, Annabelle Myers, Rose Pour. Row 5: Dorothy Reed, Carol Roney, Betty Rudy, Nancy Sauer, Mary Sphar, Betty Stowe, Peggy Strome, Virginia Studebaker, Antoinette Tatem. Row 6: Eileen Tucker, Norma Turner, Evelyn Ullrey, Naomi Vandeveer, Margaret Warner, Nancy Waters, Ruby Woods. SECOND CHAPTER GIRL RESERVE-To help each girl develop spiritually, morally, and socially. 'GLM Row 1: Joan Hiatt, President: Gloria DeWeese, Vice President: Louise Holder, Secretary: James Johnston, Treasurer: Miss Dorothy Thomas, Advisor, Charles Collins, Wilma Evilsizor, David Galbreath. Row 2: Dorothy Gantz, Robert Geiger, Jean Hanna, Florence Hogan, Martha Holder, Alice Hook, Phyllis Hook, June Ann Howard. Row 3: Anna Jones, Elizabeth Lindenberger, David Meeker, Jane Merkling, Charles Patty, Carol Pauly, Jane Perry, Betsy Porter. Row 4: Eileen Sanders, Nancy Sauer, Beverly Scott, Bonita Seay, Val Paul Shellenbarger, Byron Shepard, Priscilla Stokes, Edward Stoner. Row 5: Nancy Waters, Emilie Wagoman. DRAMATIC CLUB-To encourage students interested and talented in dramatics. 14 1' 'v Sf e, xy? P e Nalional Alanna Saciely Phyllis Frye, Presidentg Charles Collins, Joan Hiatt, Phyllis Hook, Margaret Macy, David Meeker, Juanita Millet, Betsy Lee Porter, Mr. Frank Prouty, Advisor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-To promote leadership, scholarship, charac- ter, and service among the students of Troy High School. afaencfz Glad Row 1: Margaret Macy, President, Mary Caroline Ullrey, Secretary: Priscilla Stokes, Treasurer, Miss Pauline Guyton. Advisor: Peggy Drake, Joan Hiatt, Louise Holder, Phyllis Hook. Row 2: Edith Lykes, Betsy Porter, Eileen Sanders, Bonita Seay, Iliene Sullivan, Joseph Tatem, Patricia Thomas. FRENCH CLUB-To give the students an opportunity to cultivate a deeper interest and understanding of the French language, as well as the spirit and the customs of the French people. Y s S'S'0ZuA 'X 4. g A It ' . . A QQi ,Q t . . l e AL Q E A ,.,.,x.k tx I is X at Row 1: Joan Greulich, President: Florence Hogan, Secretary: Jane Perry, Treasurer Miss Pauline Guyton, Advisor, Gloria DeWeese. Row 2: Nancy Mumford, Beverly Scott, Edward Stoner, Dean Weeks, Janet Wingrove. mm Sfwmzh Glad 3- s i If-39 , ,.,I ' il . A A 6 in f K 2 1 fi QS-3 5 A , . Q , , i t ., Awe L, 47 K ,J 5 a Row Row Row Row 1: Emilie Wagoman, President, June Howard, Secretary: George Might. Treasurer, Miss Pauline Guyton, Advisorg Lowell Arthur, Betty Ashman, Leila Bancroft, Bernice Cramer. 2: Phyllis Frye, David Galbreath, Dorothy Gantz. Martha Graef, Mary Agnes Guehl, Jean Hanna, Kaye Hennessey, Betty Hines. 3: Martha Holder, Marilyn Kiser, Janet Kroger. Dave Meeker, Jane Merkling, Dick Ovenshire, Betsy Porter, Rita Rataiczak. : William Simms, Ruth Sphar, Richard Sturm, Antoinette Tatem, Shirley Tressler, Patricia Zerkel. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row fVajwLe Glad K, f ., ' ,9g'NTf9 ly ' F - , - Eg '36 H if " , , , , , X, . ,t 0 . . -. .xi if .HV 1.':, T' 'ET' Hx I-F' 'Y - . -5' , , ' .. , ,X.'f,gI 5323 V ' I QQ ' 35:36 . ., ,Q w,iga,,+ . ,. -, .-.g am, - .. ,Q it . -w, V, t, f , ., , t ., 5 - : 1 -W, QMS In N n " i W px. are K fn X35 - ::.,,- -, ,, ,,, -,: 4 ,, A545 f - ' -rr' A - ' - . Q J- . , A 'T . Y ., A .1 5 . I .13 nr , ' ng ., ' 2 , - f k J 1 , ,, fl-+ 553 Nancy Kessler President . , 3 Martha Holder, Vice-Presidentg Mary Isabel Sundrup, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Fred Pettay, Advisor, Melvin Adams, James Agna, Arthur Armstrong, Betty Ashman, Allan Braun, Robert Brown, Juanita Brum- baugh, Loren Buchanan. John Chesnut, Ray Cline, Charles Collins, Carolyn Cosley, Carol Covault, Bernice Cramer, Mary Cusac, Murray Dalton, James DeGroff, Gloria DeWeese, Peggy DeWeese, Douglas Drake. Peggy Drake, Elizabeth Edminson, Ned Elleman, Jeanne Evans, Jerry Fox, Dwight Frantz, David Cvalbreath, Doro-thy Gantz, Robert Geiger, Richard Graef, Martha Graef, Joan Greulich. Barbara Hansford, Elizabeth Hansford, Lee Hartman, David Heater, Janice Hegman, Kaye Hennessey, Joan Hiatt, Paul Hildebrand, Florence Hogan, Louise Holder, Alice Hook, Phyllis Hook. James Johnson, Anna Jones, Robert Kingham, Janet Kroger, Michaella Lane, Elizabeth Lindenberger, Dora Louthan, Margaret Macy, Charles Martin, Mione Martin, David Meeker, Doris Mercer. Juanita Millet, Marjorie Moody, Janet Mouch, Miriam Mouch, Nancy Mumford, Annabel Myers, Betsy Porter, William Porter, Joseph Pour, Ada Richardson, Carol Roney, Richard Roney. Eileen Sanders, Nancy Sauer, Barbara Schardt, Val Paul Shellenbarger, Byron Shepard, Paul Shook. Clyde Smitley, Priscilla Stokes, Patricia Thomas, Shirley Tresslar, Mary Caroline Ullrey, Dale Vesper. Emilie Wagamon, Patricia Weidner, Karl Weimer, Desmond Wolfe, Eugene Woolery, Marcus Yount. Row Row Row Row Row ' Glad Nancy Mumford, President, Michaella Lane, Secretary-Treasurer: Mr. D. C. Bay, Advisorg Louise Black, Pauline Black, Marjorie Brown, Shirley Butchert, Annabel Carey, Ruth Coppess. Carol Covault, Marilyn Crouse, Martha Belle Elifritz. Wilma Evilsizor, Eleanor Fish, Betty Francis, Norma Geisman, Ruby Hebb. Virginia Johnston. Dorothy Keller, Norma Lykes, Norma Martin. Melba Martz, Doris Mercer, June Motter, Annabelle Myers, Lorraine Peck, Dorothy Reed. Ada Richardson, Carol Roney, Judy Roop, Betty Rudy, Barbara Schardt, Amaryllis Stager, Peggy Strome, Marjorie Sotherland, Eileen Tucker. Evelyn Ullrey, Naomi Vandeveer, Margaret Warner, Jeanette Waters, Nancy Waters, Wilma Woods. LIBRARY CLUB-To create interest in library work and to train girls as librarians. ,"'N., in 1 wh. 5- K ' Glad Row 1: Jean Hanna, Editor, Betty Ashman, Murray Dalton, Lorraine Daugherty, Betty Forsythe. Row 2: Ralph Harshbarger, Kaye Hennessey, Bettie Hines, June Ann Howard, Norma Martin. Row 3: Eleanor Myers, Marjorie Sotherland, Emilie Wagoman, Merri Warwick, Mr. F. H. Prouty, Advisor. JOURNALISM CLUB-To promote interest in journalistic work and to edit the "Troy High School News" which appears once a Week in the Troy Daily News. fbeiafe '7eam Joanne Campbell, Murray Dalton, Gloria DeWeese, Marilyn Kiser, Betsy Porter, Mr. L. E. Jackson, Advisor. DEBATE TEAM-To develop interest in platform ability, logic, persuasion, Siege Gzew and mental agility. Row 1: John Chesnut, Managerg Arthur Armstrong, Russell Flora, Jerry Pfister, Harry Richardson, Dale Vesper, Mr. C. W. Walters, Advisor. .Mar Jznw f j00A2UN, 57 N X X Qfwvy 5 X xv S M2 -Ti" ..-,,,.. wg - . .. , fi u IW 21' N " x ' -1, 5 K N I Y sk, .. .Hz X. 'S FY N WWE W ,W 5. 20 2.209-aj . s. 2 ,L 2, 6 .Q S5 P X., Q, 91:5 5 3? fi 31 2 mf. If ,A , f f ,A ..., ' ,N A Aww X Vgxl gif' A 4 fm' V 0 'Mi E? 'J ff: 'v' XL' E" Y f' 1 Yi www K 5' At 2 V-'Sufi 3 5 x 5 4 ?,,,,g,w" ,JL 7 N' f '9:x A Uv! ill , , '--zfgf N V .,-,. XX ww X if Q X 'si X ' X Avg .wig x ,WM - K Q - 1 Q, . x : QT? A x i X . - . TEX wx 1, x 9 k S sxxwx vw? 2 QNQ -xr! ifsskmexi- 0 X 'g.s.x:f.g-5 Q WXX x. yk EN-Aw X Nw X.wfww .Wi Xyw S D A x x 41 9-wi 1 x - XXT., gig? :gg x ,A X . AQNW: -x SQQWX- wi A x -'S XQN X 1 FV N Ng AVR X- xg X X-Q55 .. .XwYF3s1RYz' i Q x ' E Q .- :gf x X N Nw Q fx x X X-ii XQ 'r Xl. 5 " ancf Row Row Row Row f 4 3120 L MN9 X Florence Hogan. Patricia Zerkle, Jerry Fox, William Doll, Harry Richardson, David Heater, Donald Sotherland, Dorothy Bowman, James DeCrroff, Virgil Booher, Douglas Blue. Betty Adams, Julia Yantis, Mary Jane Shroyer. Beverly Scott. Dale Davis, Mary Irvine, William Powe, Charles Martin, Joan Greulieh, Alice Hook, Mildred Hodges, Iris Iddings, Jeanette Dennick. William Gilleland, Jack Arthur, Ralph Harshbarger, Lowell Arthur. Nancy Speer. Russell Flora, Jack Peters, Marguerite Zechar, Mary Miller. Douglas Drake, Robert Rench, Jack Koenitzer, Jack Motter, Arthur Armstrong, Dwight Frantz. Vernon McKinley, Jerry Pfister, Griffith Knoop, John Henry Mills, Loren Buchanan, Bruce Sayers, Charles Patty, Richard Jackson. Mr. Frank Humberger, Director, Harold Elson. an get A ' 'Q If Row 1: Marjorie Moody, Jeanette Dennick, Virginia Brookliart, Barbara Adams. Harold Elson, Miriam Robbins, Alice Hook, Doris Baker, Margaret Hook, Mary Miller. Mr. Frank Humberger, Director. Row 2: Jo Ann Oldham, Naomi Pask, Beverly Williams, Russell Flora. Jerry Piister, Vernon McKinley, A1'thur Armstrong, Jack Jolliff. William Gilleland. Row 3: Douglas Blue, Virgil Booher, David Heater, Donald Sotherland. Ralph Harsh- barger, Jack Arthur, William Powe. Charles Martin, Lowell Arthur. . . ,t ggi! Y, ix f N 1 F 1' Y 5 Enya Qlee Glad ! tai K. fi: Ya? 5 L as 45411, ' ffiy w . it ' ' . 'ij ' '- Q . ,. . ". P- gal 243 M' A is 4 . tg 2. ME 1 N l Q My at t 1 if A "V' . . Eg EW - , 1 f -. . F' 2 i ' -. . 31? V""f5 " - - fe.. .ik L -- -' . - .::: . Q-I 'ffl ,I"' M ,Qi ROW Row ROW ROW Mr. F. L. Humberger, Advisor: Arthur Armstrong, Bert Arthur, Jack Arthur Robert Brovsm, Douglas Campbell, Emerson Gibboney. Lee Hartman, Paul Hildebrand, Richard Jackson, James Johnston, Jack Koenitzer Richard Koenitzer, William Love. Vernon McKinney, Walter Meeker, Benjamin Morgan, Jerry Pfister, Caleb Ray Howard Shaneyfelt, Val Paul Shellenbarger. Byron Shepard, Glenn Shump, Richard Smallenbarger, Norbert Tecklenburg Harold Trucksis, Dale Vesper, Thomas Voris. udjc "Glad Row 1: Billie Downing, President: Peggy Hawley, Vice President: Marjorie Brown Secretary: Mr. F. H. Prouty, Advisor: Carolyn Arthur, Doris Baker. Row 2: Marcia Chase, Clara Cody, Joyce Fox, Jane Gardner, Margaret Heater, Ramona Hines. Row 3: Margaret Hook, Carolyn Kruse, Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck, Dorothy Reed, Jean Reed. Row 4: Martha Lou Shonting, Beverly Williams. Row Row Row Row Row mga cw Lorraine Peck, Secretary: Joyce Fox. Librarian, M1'. F. L. Humberger, Advisor: Carolyn Arthur, Peggy Attenweiler, Doris Ann Baker, Norma Booher, Letha Bowers, Vivian Buckingham. Shirley Butchert, Joan Campbell, Peggy Cruikshank, Barbara Curtin, Mary Lee Davis, Jeanette Dennick, Joan Furrow, Jane Gardner, Patricia Gates. Dorothy Graef, Anne Guehl, Peggy Hawley. Margaret Heater, Virginia Herman, Marjorie Hoagland, Mary Alice Jackson, Caroline Kruse, Mary Miller. Eleanor Myers, Rose Marie O'Connor, Jo Ann Oldham, Naomi Pask. Helen Pettay, Dorothy Reed, Mary Jane Roath, Carol Roney, Doris Starry. Evelyn Stein, Virginia Waler, Polly Ann Weaver, Lillie Bell Webb, Barbara Werts, Beverly Williams, Julia Yantis. Janet Zile. 1' 0 "Trial by Jury" By Gilbert and Sullivan PRINCIPALS IN THE CAST Angeline .... ...Louise Holder, Counselor ....... Douglas Campbell Eileen Tucker Foreman. . . ...... William Love Edwin ..... Val Paul Shellenbarger, Usher . .. .... Richard Jackson Jack Arthur Judge ............. James Johnston Directed by Miss Ruth Eberhart, Frank H. Prouty, and Frank Humberger. THE PLOT Because Angeline's fiance, Edwin, has jilted her after asking for her hand in marriage, she sues him for breach of promise, and takes the matter before a sympathetic judge and jury in an effort to win back her faithless lover, Since the jury is unable to reach a suit- able verdict, the judge openly confesses his love for the beautiful and fair Angeline, and informs them all that he has decided to marry her himself. Both the principals and the entire chorus who participated presented the operetta in such a way that we can boast that the Troy High School music department has scored again. SPO N. ., , 'Q 'NA 'x X Sy x 2 .J . xxx - X X Qf9h.,w,,v K ,ws NX fl f . -..-W f ' Q ., , . W 4... 5,1 - fir. :Q M ,. " -m 4 ' . '- -',.'1ev'1. , - bt" W . g " X X :M H ,5'?"M53-f...x wi. ' f' ' "C . ww. 'f rff' x 4- ' 1 XRS' .ff-"ff 'Y K' Inf- i 'fi 1 5 I X X' , J' V' A 8 ' 5 N ' V 4 ' I x 1 N N X1 F lx Q I - x " 5 X ,K f . J VU, S , z' XX G2 X L' . . :. YJ g J 'x ,WA X s S Vx W, X I A 1. ' 1 X Ex Q tx M ' E k , 1 X Z V7 i A rw ' Q '- NA, 5 , AM n ' ' 5 1 Q X b A LleTHolNQ y ,N 1 .X N A Rx Q X u EN:-z '4 :Q I! P 1 r H Q'-W Mem x xx ' x xv ' ' V 1 ,if X 4 Ts x A173 xr? ' '- Axgflfs' .7-Q iff A 1 2' Q ' gf I p K X x , X Y Xxxafggxx K nys . X X , ,X ' W .M gn x 5 :wiXY5Y N 'NA p w X AXQ M .' X N M x A- N. A LAFQXQ X Siva fx .X 4 'HF' FF' in Row 1: Bryon Shepard, Donald Marker, Eugene Merritt, Robert Geiger, Clyde Smitley, Ned Elleman, David Meeker, George Kendall, Walter Meeker. Row 2: Mr. John Kerekes, Assistant Coach: Jack Crist. Eugene Cultice. Archie Quisen- berry, Val Paul Shellenbarger, Jack McAllister, Ben Morgan. Dale Vesper, George Might, Kenneth McMath, James Clawson. Row 3: Donald Workman, Charles Vesper, William Stowe, Harry Sturgeon. Richard Shaffer, Floyd Beldon, Eugene Chaney, Max Layman, David Galbreath, Richard Ovenshire, Edward Jennings, Mr. Carleton Kazmier, Coach. 5 of 194.2 Troy... .. 0 Kiser ...... ...20 Troy . . .21 Tipp City... .. 6 Troy , . 0 Greenville . . . . 0 Tr0y .. 0 Sidney ..... .. 7 Troy... . . .48 Vandalia ... .. 0 Troy . . .13 Xenia ..... .. .26 . Troy . . 0 Fairmont. . . . . .20 Troy . . 7 Oakwood . . . . . .40 Troy . . 0 Miamisburg. . . . . 7 Troy. . . .... .......... 7 Piqua ........... . . , 7 Won Tied... .. ....... 2 Lost... .. 6 B WJ Rama QLQEYWII Loncx V Reber? BTOWDKBYOWU 4 EAA v 1- .il DOTIQSOCKK-24 Sockrieier ' uw .. ,i , B all 1, NQYYYLQYL 4 ' Wei - . 39 Q raazi , I - 'xx if 'H , 'G J , Y 4 4 4 glide 0 it 5 3 . 5 'cor , A A Jackson gm-M91 M34 4 4 ' 2 Ti A 4 xf 3 il U ' 55:5 "' V: A 4' .4 ' Ned NR1dQ9 Elieman Q my . AA,q X at W Drake i f' yy ' - ':". 'A' W .A Co iw J vi ' ka " ' ff I , ,, , QC 0 'W we a , James Blackie Blackmore Renard Buford HRH Keri +ieQh5 Ku-of? , Troy ..... ............... 3 8 Kiser ........... ...... 2 U Troy ...... 37 Tipp City .......... ...... 4 3 R353 Troy ...... 47 Pleasant Hill ..,... ...... 3 7 Troy ...... 49 Staunton .......... .,.... 2 9 Troy ...... 31 Greenville ...... ...... 2 9 I Troy ...... 38 Sidney ....... ...... 3 2 E, Troy . . . . . .30 Miamisburg. . . . . .. . . . .32 Troy ......30 OakWood..... ......46 I Troy ...... 16 Xenia ........ ...... 4 4 N Troy ...... 18 Fairmont ..... ...... 2 9 Troy ...... 48 Covington .... ...... 3 7 I Troy ...... 21 Piqua ..... ...... 2 7 73, "" Troy ...... 36 Urbana. . ...... 34 A Wins ........ '7 Losses. . . . . . . 6 1 Lee 'ight-," Hoyt,-nan Troy ........ 37 Roosevelt ..... ...... 2 5 Troy ...... 27 Oakwood ..... ...... 3 8 my 4 t. . . Ot'1'icors: Doris Wagner. Presidentg Betty Forsythe, Secretary: Deloris Reed, Treasurerg Dorothy Gantz, Vice Presidentg Miss Rosemary Forsyth, Advisor. 3 G V E V Y A' 0' .X ' ' - v 'L X , . If " . . ll J II I 'K X 'N ., , - , . 5 'ff 5- - h '- - , , Qt x K . . , 3' A I f Jiffy? 'Q' ya - ' em f . f o -fl A I Q IN f. X ,: " -1 A . rn if if f wf ' "' iv ' x w 1 ' 5 f v fi t f r r ,fo V W. to to X X f 5 1' A sy Q o X 0 jp, , in oz, . K r 58 2 i " gi A 1 . f r A A 5 K b v n l y 1- o - Q, y -5' R 1' 'LX f. We t ' r h e or X V ty . 2 Q , ,J :,, r. .r F ' ' r . . liar' to X A . if -A t V , - i G' , Q, ' it R., 4 I ,. X D .6 of V455 v Q W V fa A gy ' s 1 A iv X ' U .. -- N- - - x , Q f A. A f : ' Q V . N t 4:-+ gr 3' X t t , 8 ' 5 7' A up I V- f P 'A N ' 5 ' uw G - A' ' Qs , X xl ,. L ' I -P -' K . L X W 5 V Q. , ig F xn 1 , Q 53 i Q ..., . O .A x X As the "Trojan" goes to press, spring sports are just getting under way. However, a skeleton outline of these sports follows. ir 'Ir GW The members of the Troy High School golf team of 1943 are Ted Shafer, Edward Enz, James Long, James Johnston, Charles Beiger, Ted Herrlinger, Jack Crist, Robert Gardner, Douglas Heaton, Donald Scott, Jack Peters, William Porter, Arthur Reed, Ned Elleman, and Ronald Long. Coach Roy C. Zook plans to build his team around two veterans, Ronald Long and Ned Elleman, The team is playing very few matches this year because of trans- portation difficulties, although there will be a match on April 28, with Sidney here, and the Miami Valley League tournament on May 8, in Troy. it 7enn49L Coach Carl Vesper has the nucleus of a very fine tennis team in the veterans James Agna, David Meeker, Walter Meeker, Val Paul Shellenbarger, and Byron Shephard. No matches have been scheduled because of trans- portation difficulties. The team intends to enter the Miami Valley League Tournament at Miamisburg on May 8. 'lr 'k 7ww Troy High School's 1943 track team coached by John Kerekes, consists of eighteen boys. These boys are Clyde Smitley, Paul Shook, Donald Sock- rider, George Might, William Love, Robert Brown, Thomas Hartzell, Floyd Beldon, Norman Rozell, Robert Mercer, Richard Motter, Donald Sotherland, John Drake, Richard Hill, Preston Scott, Clifford Hirsch, Walter Meeker, and Donald Davis. The manager is Glen Shump. War conditions have limited the number of track meets, but Troy participated in a meet at Greenville, April 30, a district meet at Miami University, May 8, and the Miami Valley League meet at Greenville, May 11. gdwgi 43 bb ,- Duqs. E Q 'W in 'o Q 1 'wx 'Q A665 U '7 f , Q Inj? MW 1-ffm' ,45- w'1'23'j:4 x0tQ0:TdgX M r bkfwgw 6 of". ' X .fi nf ivy Q46 4 sl Air Conditioned Coolerators PURE ICE - QUALITY COAL THE TROY ICE Cr 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. J. BOTHE 8' SON Specialists in Young Men's Clothes "Good Luck, Class of '43" TROJAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. UINSURE-BE SURE" COII'lp1lI'f1CI1tS of the ORPHA COBLE REALTY CO. 324 short Street TROY, OHIO DOG HOUSE Good Food TROY, OHIO Compliments of GRAY 6 SN ELL J. M. FULKERSON G' CO. "The Rexall Store" THE BRAUN BROS. PACKING C0 HB Brand Pure Food Products Compliments of YOBBY'S BARBER SHOP Opposite Court House Troy, Ohio Dial 6656 You're Always Welcome at so 1 OXLEY'S DRUG STORE -Keep Smiling- 'WWTCTCTOC WTC TW PEARSONIS Compliments of Linen Supply Carpet Cleaning THE TROY DAILY NEWS Laundry Dry Cleaning ' ' ' ' ' A A - DEWEY'S MARKET MORRIS 5C to S1 00 STORES Fresh Meats Fruits and Vegetables FRESH FROSTED FOODS Where Service Is a Motto and Quality u A Guarantee 11 E. Main Street Phone 4536 S. W. Corner Public Square Located in Harr's Building TH E STEI L-GRUNDER-DYE CO. REAL ESTATE SERVICE Farm - City Property Gus Eichman Ellis Davis Schaible Bldg. C. HARRY HOUSER Still in Business? East Main and Mulberry Streets BRUBAKER'S PUBLIC MARKET Groceries - Meats BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODS Phone 4421 - 4206 928 Penn. Ave. Free Delivery 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 -Jeweler- 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 Fishing License Work Shoes Paints SCHAI BLE JEWELRY STORE JEWELRY Est. 1864 Phone 6756 S. E. Corner Public Square 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" 111 W. Main St. Troy, Ohio TROY- TIPP TELEPHONE, INC. Compliments of THE TROJAN COAL COMPANY CABLE'S Cleaners and Dyers Phone 3141 Compliments of ULLREY'S GARAGE Phone 6566 Troy, Ohio Compliments of TROJAN SHOE SERVICE Shoe Repairing Service 112 W. Main St. C. E. Fink THE CAPPEL-WAYNE FURNITURE CO. For Over 50 Years CAPPEL Has Meant GOOD FURNITURE On the Square Troy, Ohio Massage Electrical Treatments DR. W. M. BRADFORD Chiropodist Foot Specialist Phones: Office 3761 - Cornwall Apts. Home 4856 S. Plum St. HARRY H. TAMPLIN AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate TROY OHIO DAVID SHOE STORE Gold 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 HUFFORD'S GREENHOUSE Phone 7246 TROY HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, Refrigerators, Stoves, Washers and Home Supplies Compliments of JOHN A. MARKLEY Quality Meats and Groceries 1100 S. Mulberry Troy, Ohio HUGH W. RANKIN Cr SON Plumbing and Heating . . . Sheet Metal Work 16 W. Franklin St. Phone 4141 Troy, Ohio MILLER-JONES CO. SHOES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Beautiful Hosiery HAWLEY'S CABS 24-Hour Service Phone 2232 S. Market St. SHILLING fr SON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 7401 Compliments of LIPPlNCOTT'S Style Shop YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING "41 Years of Value Giving" J. C. PENNEY COMPANY DEPARTMENT STORE Clothes For The Whole Family MOTT'S WATCH 8' CLOCK REPAIR S3.I3iSf2,CtiO1'1 Guaranteed 113 W Main St. Phone 4346 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 Farmers' Cooperative Elevator Feed- Seed - Fertilizer Coal - Farm Supplies TROY, OHIO Compliments of CATHCART GARAGE AND STORAGE 14 North Cherry Dependable Service SHELL SUPER SERVICE SIMON WEINBERGER Gas and Oil Lubrication - Washing Tire and Battery Service Cor. Race and Market Phone 4246 TROY PATTERN WORKS Wood and Metal Patterns TROY, OHIO THE GEO. R. McCONNELL COMPANY All Lines of Insurance Protection N. W. Corner Public Square DANNER'S SHOE HOSPITAL While U Wait Service Laces Polishes 115 E. Main St. I0c -- K'S HAMBURGERS -- I0c Buy 'Em By the Sack Bellefontaine, Ohio Troy, Ohio ALLEN'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO. Greeting Cards - Bill Folds Fountain Pens - Games 4 W. Main St. Troy, Ohio BOWSMAN WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY Tar Asphalt Ready Mixed Concrete Phones - 3526 and 9411 Compliments of THE BROWN-BRIDGE MILLS Compliments of SPRAUL'S BEVERAGE CO. Compliments of L. A. THOMAS Florist Phone 6866 Troy, Ohio Compliments of THE HOBART TRADE SCHOOL "It's Easy To Learn Arc Welding" Compliments of WALTON'S PASTRY SHOP "It's Different" 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 LOCKER STORAGE FIRESTONE STORES 112 East Main st. Tires Batteries Compliments of STROCK CLOTHING CO. 108 W. Main St. Troy, Ohio HOTTLE CLEANERS AND DYERS JOHN W. HOTTLE, Prop. N. E. Corner Public Square TROY, OHIO Compliments of JEAN'S DRESS SHOP and MABELLE ELLEN'S SHOP JOS. W. IRVIN Funeral Director 20 S. Cherry Street Phone 2211 Ambulance ZWIEBEL'S SELF SERVE Cor. Main and Elm - Phone 5026 Open Every Night Until 11, and All Day Sunday Compliments of TROY LUMBER CO. Paint - Building Supplies Compliments of THE HOBART MANUFACTURING CO. THE FLASH RESTAURANT CARLOS BURKE Compliments of THE CITY TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY TROY PAINT Cr WALLPAPER CO. Make Your Home a Better Place to Live by Using Our Products 101 E. Main Phone 4931 M. J. DIRSCHERL AGENCY All Forms of Insurance "Dad's Insurance Was Written by Dirscher1" 430 S. Clay St. TROY Phone 9391 Compliments of THE WACO AIRCRAFT CO. F ICTORY gr BUY 5? f Fifi -.jg Q UNITED Xfjyfx s'rA'1-Es Sf' ."n.. 'f , ' J F Er! .' :I WAR X! i BONDS 5 , 1, lf srmps 14 We, the editor, the business manager, and the staff of 1943 NTROJ AN", take this opportunity to express our thanks to all the advertisers who have so generously supported this publication, and to those persons who have given their time and effort in the planning and the production of this book. MIAMI UNION PUB. CU. - NEWS BLDG. - TROY. OHIO ,f 'WX- fff' x.. ,v- V S. ff' yvqyaf ..,. .,.-E . V 'wx ,. ,fi Xa -. waf- .,,.'s,,.V 4- V ..-V ,. gf . .5 f - .- ek' -dk rg, ' wmv, - '- .- ' f-2-' I x A 'AV 1 V, . Ei.-Ar, A. .. ' .n V- - ' 5 ,P - , -.V V - .fxV',VV'VJ,L .. TA XVVVVV V -.SVVJ-,QV - Wg.. . ,,,t,.V .-Af"4' ' -.g.v-- . L al V .f . ,. R. VV V --. v-At xkf ' ' A :fV,,- -VVVVVV - A' ,. . 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