Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH)

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1 f. 1 ii 'e 1 -! 'I E Q I Q 1 IM INX Jf"Nl'NN IM lnxlffxlhx Volume XIX 746 7mm '7fze Seniafz GMM of 1945 TRQY, or-no 'A"k'k1k"k'k'A"kir'ki'i'i"k1k1k'k'Ir'ki' 'Wray Wfra Jlaae Sauer! Gale! Shu i943 - APRIL l944 Edward Woolery Delmar Biser William Forsythe Galen Saul Howard M. Watkins Henry M. Allen Everett Mick Jack E. Ferguson Charles Tamplin Robert F. Brower it 70 Qalcf Slain Slucfenii of 7'1-auf School To the North, the South, the East, the West, you went forth to continue your patriotic service, but to continue it under more dangerous circumstances than you had ever performed it before. And out there, somewhere, you were finally called upon to render your highest service - the laying down of your life. We are indeed reminded here of Him who said, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." We, the living, pledge to you, the dead, that you shall not have died in vain. Honor compels us to safeguard the freedoms and privileges for which you gave your all. We pledge you to keep these blessed privileges intact for your families and for ours. Today we stand reverently and humbly before you. Wherever and however you gave your life - on land, on sea, under the sea, or in the air - we salute you! You have not died in vain. And may the blessed truth of our risen Lord bring to your loved ones and to us a hastening of the day when all people shall give glory to God, when peace shall prevail on all the earth, and when good will shall reign among all men. 444444-4444444444444 'Ir ll' It It It ll' It It It It It It It It 4 i'-kir-k-k-k-ktir-kakti'-k-k-k-kirak-k-k 7fxafQ'aae'7fae171-vqfl APRIL l944 - APRIL i945 Harry Lorimer Attended Troy High School from 1925 to 19233 was reported missing in action with the Army on Bataang was reported killed in March, 1942. Maynard Helmick Attended Troy Grade and High Schools: joined the Navy in March, 1942. His ship sank in the Solomon Islands near Guadalcanal on January 29, 1943Q was reported killed on January 31, 1942. James D. Sowry Graduated from Troy High School in the class of 19343 joined the Army Air Corps and became a navi- gator on a B-173 was reported missing on September 27, 1943, when he failed to return after a bombing mission over Germany: was reported killed September 28, 1943. Joseph H. Covault Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 1930? was inducted into the Army June 23, 19422 in March, 1943, was sent to North Africa3 was wounded in action January 21, 1944, and later reported dead. Charles H. Black Attended Troy High School until 1942: enlisted in the Air Forces March 27, 1943, and went overseas from Patterson Field, Colorado, as a gunner on a B-24 in April, 19441 was killed in action June 23, 1944, two miles east of Brussels, Belgium, while returning from a bombing mission over occupied France. Lloyd Cavanaugh Attended Troy High School to the tenth grade: was inducted into the Army March 9, 1942: was sent over- seas March, 1943: served with a field artillery battery unit: took part in the invasion of France: was re- ported killed August 12, 1944. Edward C. Dye Attended Troy High School to the ninth grade: served with the United States Infantry in North Africa and Italy: was reported killed in France, October 4, 1944. Eve rette Robinson Attended Troy High School to the tenth grade3 was connected with a Wright Field test section as aircraft mechanic: was killed November 27, 1944, in a plane crash near Tipp City. Foster Powell Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 19423 was inducted into the Army, March 2, 1943: received basic training at Camp Edwards, Massa- chusetts: was sent to England July 6, 1944: was killed in Belgium, Decemeber 17, 1944. Fred E. Hosley Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 1940: received basic training at Fort McClellan, Ala- bamai died in a base hospital in France, after being wounded in Belglu.m, December 21, 1945: served in 10th Armored Division of General Patton's Third Army. Donald L. Stewart Attended Troy High School to twelfth grade: was in- ducted into the United States Infantry: was reported killed December 25, 1945, in the English Channel. Charles E. Weikert Attended Troy High School to the eleventh grade: served with the United States Infantry in England, France, and Belgium: was reported killed in Belgium, January 18, 1945. Carl E. McDaniel Atttended Troy High School to tenth grade3 entered Air Corps service May 3, 1944: received initial training at Ft. Thomas, Ky.: was a ball turret gunner on a liberator bomber: was killed in a crash in Pueblo Mts. near Nevada-Oregon border, February 9, 1945. John Heikes Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 1942, as an honor student: entered the Army July 19, 1944, and was sent to Camp Robinson, Arka.nsas3 December 23, 1944 was sent overseas3 was killed in action in Germany February 27, 1945. Robert C. Meyer Attended Troy High School: served in 406th Infantry, 102nd Division, Ninth Army: was sent overseas Octo- ber 4, 1944: was stationed in England, Belgium, France and Germany: was killed in action February 28, 1945, in Germany. William Sharp Attended Troy High School to the eleventh grade3 entered Marine training on January 19, 1944: was sent to sea late in November, 19441 was reported killed on Iwo Jima March 2, 1945. James Gray Attended Troy High and Fishburn Military School: received Marine boot training at Paris Island, S. C.: was sent to sea September, 1944: was killed on Iwo Jima, in March, 1945. Fred William Kropp Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 19413 served with the Army combat engineers: was wounded August 12, 1944 in France: was hospitalized seven months in England: was sent back to duty and twenty days later, killed in Germany, March 20, 1945. Charles Sebo Jr. Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 19423 was inducted into the United States Army Feb- ruary 1, 1943: trained in various camps and was sent overseas January 1, 1945: was with 45th division of General Patch's Seventh Army: was killed March 29, 1945, in Germany. Peter Davies Graduated from Troy High School with the class of 19423 attended Ohio University at Athens: was in- ducted into the Army February 1, 1943: served with the 26th Regiment of the First Army: was killed in action April 15, 1945, in Germany. -V-44444444444-Y-44444444 J N' v N v N- J N- -I N., 15:55 E13 71mg Schaal E95 E95 E95 no School sm, 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. Humberger E. A. Skidmore EV? wa ii sw r 'sf wr 'H eva 5 V 0 V 6 i l v i 15 l V 6 V 13 I s a Zecficaiian ln appreciation of his loyal service to T. H. S. and his sincere friendship with students and faculty, we dedidate this '45 "Trojan" to Edna wah i ai: . . -, it as A . if . Tw WA : ' X Q f I Tom Hartzell Assistant Business Manager L Chi Boller Assistant Editor William Robbins Athletic Editor Helen Sinks Adviser if .W A as 1' J i 1 Virginia Lee James DeGroff Brookhart Business Manager Editor-in-Chief SS SR Fil B '7'mjan 544! fficm SIB ER? Loraine Peck Junior Editor Eleanor Fish Assistant Editor 95.-i I ' 5 Barbara Schardt Art Editor Barbara Black Assistant Art Editor Fred B. Pettay Adviser Jfr9wJfFNJfNx.Yf'xilf'wIFw.YP'xNlF'xIP'x.l4'xJf?'x.YF'NJfF'wylFNJffN.Yf'xJfNxJfFxI?'NIf'xJ4'XJff'X.YFxJfFxJfNmYP'xI?'NJ4'x rn T Row 1-Jo Ann Allen, Doris Ann Baker, Loren Buchanan, Paul Braun, Rozann Braun, Annabel Carey, Patricia Dodson, Patricia Donavan, Wilma Evilsizor Row 2-Jerry Fox, Alice Hook, Edward Jennings, Anna Jones, Dorothy Keller, Jack Koenitzer, Elizabeth Lindenberger, Normagene Lykes, Mary Doloris Miller Row 3-Dorothy Moler, Ada Richardson, Carole Roney, Peggy Strome, Merri Warwick, Jim Williams, Griffith Knoop, Frank Seay, Charles Vesper :sf e :awe WffWI'WlWlWI'Wl'h0fWlWlWIWIiwfNa0fh0fWlNWIKwfWINivflQ0fYwfMilflUffYUfW1fWlW,fW,f Eamcfafg '44 Leo H. Faust Vice President Miami University Ohio State University Mrs. Johnson E. West Wooster College Guy Frisbie Massachusetts Institute of Technology Frank C. Montross President Grinell College University of Michigan M. M. Burrell Xenia High School William H. Hobart Dennison University University of Pennsylvania T. CD Earn S51 CEO E520 r-J gr 5 CP PO . E.,Ohio Northern University B., University of Michigan A.. University of Michifran A., Columbia University 53 X o "+ :- co 2. 3 ru U YP 7 3 Q.. o. Springfield, Kentucky A. B., Western Kentucky State University English Mory A. Butler Troy, Ohio A. B.. Ohio Wesleyan University A. M., Universitv of Michigan Granduate Work, Chautauqua, New York Latin and English Dean of Girls Girl Reserve Sponsor Fronk H. Prouty Troy, Ohio A. B., Alma College M. A., University of Michigan Graduate Work, University of Michigan Harvard University Ohio State University English Dramatic Club Sponsor. National Honor Society Sponsor Fred B. Pettoy Troy, Ohio A. B., Muskingum College M. A., Ohio State University Biology - Psychology Nature Club Sponsor "Trojan" Business Sponsor Hi-Y Sponsor awe, W. L. Swoidner Principal, Troy, Ohio A. B., Indiana State Teachers' College M. A., Columbia University Graduate Work, University of Michigan Ohio State University Mathematics Helen A. Sinks Troy, Ohio B. S., Miami University M. Ed., Duke University Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin English "Trojan" Sponsor Senior Sponsor Journalism Sponsor Ruth E. Roz C. Covington, Ohio B. S., A. B., Ohio State University Sorbonne University, France French English French Club Sponsor W. Wolters Assistant Principal Troy, Ohio A. B., Miami University M. S.. University of Michigan Chemistry, Physics, Radio, Aeronautics Hi-Y Sponsor Senior Sponsor Stage Crew Sponsor Co rl 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 Student Council Sponsor Tennis Coach Athletic Manager Carleton H. Kazmaier Troy, Ohio B. S., Wittenberg College Graduate Work, University of Toledo Athletic Coach Social Science Geneva Kindy Troy, Ohio Wilmington College B. S., Manchester College Girls' Physical Education ,lean L. Hair Conover, Ohio B. S., Wittenberg College Graduate Work, Ohio State University Commercial Girl Reserve Sponsor Velma P. Schlemmer Troy, Ohio Westminster College. Pennsylvania B. S., Ohio State University Home Economics English Donald C. Bay Troy, Ohio A. B., Otterbein College M. A., University of Missouri Graduate Work, University of Kansas Ohio State University Library Service University of Chicago Social Science Librarian Library Club Sponsor Junior Class Sponsor Howard B. Hoffman Troy, Ohio B. S., Miami University M. A., Miami University Mathematics Physical Education Assistant Athletic Coach Evva D. Boyden New Carlisle, Ohio Miami University A. B., University of Puerto Rico Spanish Mathematics Spanish Club Sponsor Mary E. Buck Troy, Ohio B. S., Ohio University Commercial Stamps and Bonds Dorothy H. Miller L. Casstovsm, Ohio B. S., Ohio State University Home Economics 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 Golf' Coach Elizabeth V. Crater Columbus, Ohio A. B., Ohio State University B. S., Ohio State University A. M., University of Michigan School of Music Chorus Lewis P. Cummins Troy, Ohio B. A., Definance B. S., University of San Diego A. M., Bowling Green State University Graduate Work, University of Chicago Mathematics Elmer C. Baden Troy, Ohio B. S., Bowling Green State University Industrial Arts Baseball Coach Barbara E. Hansford Troy, Ohio Troy High School, 1344 Secretary to Supei-iqtendem I I I aww, Charles E. West Troy, Ohio B. S., Miami University M. A., Ohio State University Music Supervisor Charles M. Bailey Troy, Ohio B. S., Bowling Green State University Industrial Arts Mathematics Hi-Y Sponsor Ruth B. McBride 1"1tcu'o, Ohio Dayton Art Institute B. S., Ohio State University Art Instructor Mary E. Miller Piqua, ohio Troy High School, 1944 Secretary to Principal ww z, 6 QM qgfwiifjffy f xfi "1i'fff f, X mil , J Z . Qyxvvl N'vu.n.Y-M ff 0? 9mQfmm?V'fa ana, 9 was BUCK' q qmgxm - 'QX' QLMMNAQ m mm C3nnyXulnxLqC5wkea9S1CmMp AERA Xnmn.mS1n.' Glbarenilgwumri Kiualfua DQ..S.:Q,wusu. Qvupm. mm -"' gnviudafivwqgpm ixdckngl-M W l Q 4. Lg 4.45 Q1 USK.rvvXs..vf , ,-- 1 . ff ff? I I GQYKE ff JG X ff!! ,4 ,MXN QLQM ,iffy may - -'Z-" .f ' Mxim f:,fL mm 'X ,724 f ' 'A Marlo L !!XX. af-as Ywm -L wg - 4 -mfg f Q-,if r V- Q-Qtllsfz lj , W i o T'-1-1 X Q!nB'z.l:.X Qrxnk- -Q ig Y Qu. 'S - Ennhxzdl Ibm 9.0 Ntunfll. isQxu52. Qn.m.umn.n O 5 E Q O ,sz 2:urgmff?:,9QmW '73-hfcb Agsquxsnmffn.. ' ' fa-.mf mmm' ,, I W M am... Skmkvumifmcrmt ! 1 AMI-x.o.!U ' LQ ow' ADJ s -J f 51111- X J'-'A I-slum NX X fwogiywh 'KJLYVD mmm m:M1An.?sc-1-qt-5 C if ww-u,.e.mL mm kaL...Q,9MQh2n Rumba-Q-x Skqny-Q,,,,,,,1g,,Rlxl f X X mu.,.c.w'D:. D L,?L.d:YQ,' 'Nr V V' NYm.nP.MQ:.l. LMAAQ 15,3 - V -V v me-QM-Q hp X ,xr 'xx V U..9.' la.m .I my 5 13.355 Bzzlxl-Sm' I ,, 'Q 5 213 e Gigs' ml L1,...g..Q TD l W I 1 W N l 1 A A ,Lvl 1 l -wg A' l 1 xanax ir 4 F! A il 1: 'E W 1 1 ii 33 le is E gi ii 32 11 Q2 ,r 1. 1 E . 9 QQ? 1 I 4 :Y Ar I INNIMIFXIFXIFN l9NlNxIP'xJ'FxJfRx.yPxJfHxJfFXJ'0x -If8iwl'RMffRXsl'RNs1fRlslf8XwiRXwIFXJ?Xsl'8XJ'RNwlf3NJ'8XwI'3X Seam 01644 .Jluiwuf No score and four years ago, we, the present seniors entered the portals of T. H. S. For the large part of our freshman year we stood around with our mouths open. We felt like kings when we entered, but the upper classmen soon put us in our place. Our second or sophomore year at T. H. S. found us joining G. R., Hi-Y, and other ex- tra-curricular activities. Many of our number also participated in the operetta, "Trial By J ury". At last, we were upper classmen, three long years for this, and now, only one more year! Sam Mack, William Robbins, Eleanor Fish and Billy Gilleland were our class officers, and led us through a very eventful and successful year. We also took part in all bond drives and contributed much to the War effort. The social high light of this year was an all junior party called the "Briar Ball". Our last year is here! We are now full fledged seniors and a far cry from that first day we entered T. H. S. four years ago. In sports, the seniors have taken active parts, and the basketball team with two senior regulars won the Miami Valley League Championship and were District Runners-up. The class presented "Don't Take My Penny" as the senior class play. The J unior-Senior Prom, the Senior Dinner, Farewell Assembly, Baccalaureate, and Commencement constituted our activities the last half of the year. We are proudest of our showing all four years in scholarship. Those elected to the National Honor Society were Jo Ann Allen, Nelson Beck, Douglas Drake, James De- Groff, Richard Delp, Walter Allen, Sam Mack, William Wagner, Robert Gardner, Jerry Fox, Elizabeth Lindenberger, Ada Richardson, Barbara Schardt, Anne Jones. We feel very proud of our years at T. H. S. and leave with a note of regret. We are "Not at the top, but climbing." "loaf 'Zeke My penmf' BY ANNE C. MARTENS CAST Penny Pringle, a prettty little miss .............. Sally, a maid with a purpose .......... Norman Porter, a publicity man ..... Caleb, Penny's absorbed father ..... Mark, her farm minded brother .... Mavis, her attractive sister ....... Lydia, her busy mother. .......... . Joanna, her loyal girl friend ........ Kerry, her resourceful boy friend .... Greg, his pal with ideas ........... Gram, just herself ................... Monsieur Henri, a French designer .... Claire, a model .................... Elsie, a model .................. Lucille, a model .............. Red, the delivery boy ........... Harrison Day, a young author .... Virginia Brookhart ........... Patricia Donavan ..... Charles Vesper ..... Russell Flora ..... C. W. Walters ..................................................... F. H. Prouty ...................................................... .....Chi Boller . .Wilma Evilsizor . . . . .Loren Buchanan . . . . . . . .Virgil Booher .....Wil1iam Wagner ............Anne Jones ..........Nancy Sauer Elizabeth Lindenberger . . . . . . . . . .Billy Gilleland ...........James Scott .....Joan Campbell ........Jerry Fox . . . . . .Doris Mercer ....Antoinette Tatem .. . .Janet Wingrove ....Eugene Woolery .....Richard Delp .........Prompter .. Properties .....Stage Properties ...Stage Properties .. . . . . .Stage Properties ..Play Director The play takes place in the Pringle living room on a pretty June morning. The Pringle household is more or less always in an uproar. Penny has just decided that she will play the part of Dimity West from the book "Stars in Her Hair." What she doesn't know is that the new maid, Sally, isn't just a maid at all, but a former child movie star. Sally has been planted in the Pringle home to be rediscovered and given the part of Dimity West. Harrison Day, the author of the book, comes to the Pringle home, and after much confusion chooses Dimity. Mark by this time time has fallen in love with Sally. Sally gives up the chance to go to Hollywood for Mark and his farm. Penny decides to stay home and play in the Fairhaven Tennis Tournament with Kerry. Mavis goes to Hollywood as Dimity West. WJWFWFWFWFWTYWTWFWIWIWFWIWIWIWIWIWIWIWIWIWIWIUTWFWIWIWIWI Swim 64244 Gjfzcm Norman Lee Rozell 1-,,,,. ,Km- Hv'xSmY', S1-niur Vlass Vicc-l'rcsidcht Senior Class l'rcsi4le-nt Girl Iles:-rve 2, Ii, 4 Hi-Y 2' 3' 4 Finance Chairman 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Student Council Il, 4 Treasurer 3 ltr-serve lfoothall Ii Varsity Football 4 Nature Ulub 2, Il, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 Ifrcnch Club 3. 4 Treasurer 4 r-gmail 1-TH 4 Staff 3- 4 1 , .. 3, ., P Girls' Casting Club 1 2 I eselie I lsketb lll l Vshel, Staff 3' 4 Varsity llasketball 2. 3, 4 llasketball "'1"' 3, 4 llaseball 3, 4 Baseball "'l"' Zi, 4 Track 1, 2 M. V. L. liaskctball 3, 4 Allicd Youth 3. 4 Girls' fllce Club 4l , u'l'l'l2ll by Jury" ltand 1, 2 flrchcstra l, 2 Sc-nior l'lay 4 Barbara Mae SCh3.I'dt "BAKE" Senior Class Treasurer Girl Ile-serve 2, 3, 4 Walter Coleman Allen Vice-l"l'esident 2 Hu, H T.. Assistant Student Council 1, 2, 3 ' ' gln'5,.eACFdbZ'2'3 Senior Class Secretary Dramatic Club 3, 4 Ui-Y 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Miami Scholarship Tcsts 1. 2. 3. 4 "'1'rnjgm" Staff 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 Art Editor 4 National Honor Society 4 l'sher Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 Miami Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3. 4 Scnior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 C? 1945 Friday, May 18, Junior-Senior Dance, 9:00 p. m., Van Cleve Auditorium. Friday, May 25, Senior Farewell Chapel, 9:45 a. m., Van Cleve Auditorium. Friday, May 25, Senior Dinner, 6:30 p. m., High School, Mr. Glenn Massman, Speaker. Tuesday, May 29, Senior Class Play, "Don't Take My Penny", 8: 15 p. m., Van Cleve Auditorium. Sunday, May 27, Baccalaureate services, 8:15 p. m., Van Cleve Auditorium. Sermon to graduating class by Rev. Alexander T. Coyle, of the Troy Presbyterian Church. Thursday, May 31, Commencement exercises, 8:15 p. m., Van Cleve Audi- torium. Address by Dr. Gordon Chalmers, President of Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Presentation of diplomas by Mr. Frank C. Montross, President of Board of Education. HONOR STUDENTS First Honors - Nelson Beck Second Honors - James DeGroff Third Honors - Robert Gardner rf-- "" 'l Q , ,lv ,. 1 F A.. . -gg, 'S' .. . f , .,.. 5 1 PYYQ WQ vc, i -- : ff iiffvii f ,L t ' 3 a at A I Jo ADH Allen -aio" tlirl Reserve 2, 3. 4 Vresiilent 2 Secretary 4 Cabinet 4 Student Council G. A. A, 1, 2, 3. 4 French Club 3, 4 National Honor Society Miami Scholarship Tests Senior Scholarship 4 Doris Ann Anderson Ho HUGH lilntered Senior Year Girl Reserve 4 ward Elwood Arthur "HUVVl7Y" Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Reserve Football 2 3, 4 1,2,3 Manager of Basketball Team 3 Roys' Casting Club 1, 2 .Xllied Youth 3, 4 Andrew James Attenweiler "VVl'IlNER" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Cabinet 4 Gray Hi-Y l Camp Nelson llodd 4 Reserve Football 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Manager of Basketball T Nature Club 3 ltoys' Casting Club 2 Allied Youth 3, 4 l'ri-sident 4 Pauline Mildred Baker "llllllllllC" Girl Reserve 2, lj, 4 "Harmony Hall" ealn 3 O He nry Nelson Beck "Ni'Il,l.llG" iii-Y 2, Il, 4 Treasurer 4 Cabinet 4 Gray lli-Y l Vice Vresirlcnt Student Council 3 Assistant Student Count-i Nature Club 2, 3 National Honor Society Il liliami Scholarship Tests 1 Senior Scholarship Tests First Honors 4 Barbara Anne Black "lKlCY" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G, A, A. l, 2, 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff 4 Asst. Art Editor 4 Stage Crew 3, 4 Art Asistant "nhl Doctor" Charlene Lucille Boller "CHI" Girl Reserve 2, 4 Social Chairman 4 Debate Team 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 .Journalism Club 3 "Trojan" Staff 3. 4 Girls' Casting Club 1, 2 Usher Staff 3, 4 Allied Youth 4 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2 "Trial By Jury" "0hl DlJFt0l"' Senior Play 4 Paul Frederick Braun Vir "VVHiSTLElZlCRRY" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Student Council 4 Nature Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Camera Club 2 Journalism Club 4 Boys' Casting Club 2 Boys' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" gil Stewart Booher, Jr "VlRll" - lli-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Reserve Football I! iloys' Casting Club Z Boys' fllec Club 4 "Harmony Hall" lland 1 Urchestra 1 Senior Play 4 is f ' A si eg, Hx, 6 4' 3 4, .X 54,9 me 5 . ig: A ROZZLHI1 Braun "llUZll'I" Girl llcserw- 2, 3, 4 l'u-esimlcnt 1 Cabinet 4 Parson Trophy 4 1' X X l 2 3 4 0 fllfui-Q' citih '4 Camera Club 1 Spanish Club 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff 3. 4 Girls' Fasting' Club 1, 2 Vir l'sher Staff 3, 4 Allin-ml Youth 4 "Trial by Jury" Senior Scholarship 'l'1-st 4 ginia Lee Brookhart "GlNNIl'1" Girl llescrvl- 2, 3, 4 G, A. A, l, 2. 3 Nature Ulub 4 French Club 3 Journalism Ulub 4 "Trojan" Staff 3. 4 lflclitor-in-Chief 4 Girls' Casting' Club 2 Vsher Staff 3, 4 Allecl Youth 4 "Harmony Hall" "Dh! Doctor" "Trial by Jury" "Tune ln" Uichestra l, 2. 4 Orchestra "'l"' Miami Scholarship Tests 2 Senior l'lay 4 Promnter Loren Gerald Buchanan --urea" Hi-Y 2, 3,5 hray Hi-X 1 Nature Club 2, 3 lioys' Casting Club 4 lloys' Glee Club 4 lland 1, 2 tlrchestra l American Legion Essay 2, 3 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 Senior Play 4 Vivian Lucille Buckingham Th "l!l'CK" - Girl Reserve 3, 4 G A. A. 2, 3 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3 "Harmony Hall" omas William Buirley "TDM" Entered .lunior Year Hi-Y 3, 4 Nature Club 3 Allierl Youth 3 American Legion Essay 3 Miami Scholarship Tests 3 Scnior Scholarship Tests 4 Joan Marilyn Campbell "JAN" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Program ifll2llI'llllilI 4 Debate 2, 3 Debate "'l"' District Winners 3 Spanish t'lub 3. -l President 3, 4 Allied Youth 3, 4 Secretary 4 Girls' Glee Club l, 2 Miami Scholarship 'l'csts l, ' Senior Scholarship Tcst 4 Senior I'lay i Annabel Lee Carey "ANNIE" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G, A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Journalism Club 4 "Trojan" Staff 4 l'sher Staff 4 Library Club 1, 2, ., Music Appreciation 2 liirls' Glee Club 1 "Chl Doctor" "Trial by Jury" "Tune ln" lu Cecelia Ann Chipley "CECIL" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Debate 3 Debate "T" 3 District VVinners 3 G. A. A. 1 .Journalism Cluh 3 "Trojan" Staff 3 Library Club 3, 4 Miami Scholarship Tests 3 Senior Scholarship Tests 3 Thannis Cecelia Darner "TA NN Y" lffntered Junior Year Girl Reserve 3, 4 Library Club 3 American Legion Essay 4 District Recognition Miami Scholarship Tests 4 JRITICS Howard D6G'I'0ff "I Dl'1GU" lli-Y 2, 3, -l tfabinct 4 Chairman Group ll Gray lli-Y l 'l'rcasur4-r l Buckeye Hoys' State 3 Student Council 1 Assistant Student Council 4 Nature Club 2, 3 Secretary 3 Dramatic Club 4 "Trojan" Staff 3. 4 Assistant Business Mgr. 3 Business Manager 4 Boys' Casting Club 2 Stage Crew 3 National Honor Society 3, 4 Band l. 2. 3, 4 Rand "T" 4 Orchestra l, 2, 4 Miami Scholarship Tests l, 2, 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 Second Honors 4 X44 3, ,f :fax l , xg 2... Q .Q if as ' .fi Y' it . if l 4 x Richard Howard Delp "lll'NNY" Entered Senior Year Hi-Y 4 - Spanish Club 4 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 Senior Play 4 Patricia Ann Dodson ..l,AT.. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 tl. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" Patricia Colleen Donavan "I'INKlE" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Cheerleader 3 G. A. A, 1, 2, 3 Drlainatic Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2 Journalism Club 3 "Trojan" Staff 3, 4 Girls' Casting Club l, 2 l'sher Staff 3, 4 Allied Youth 3. 4 Vice-President 4 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 4 "Trial by Jury" Douglas Eugene Drake "lbUllG" Ili-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Assistant Student Council 2 Reserve Hasketball 2 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 4 llliami Scholarship Tests l, 2, Senior Scholarship Tests 4 Wilma Jean Evilsizor "lCVlI." Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. l, 2. 3, 4 Nature Club 3 llramatic Club 2. 3. 4 Secretary 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 .lournalism Club 3 "Trojan" Staff 3 Library Club l, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club l 'tflhl Doctor" "Trial by Jury" Van Cleve Vanities 1 Senior Play 4 3. O Eleanor Jane Fish "SNUOKY" Girl lleserve 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Secretary of Junior Class G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff 4 Assistant Editor 4 llsher Staff 3, 4 Library Club 2, 3. 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "llarmony Hall" Russell Thomas Flora "lll?SS" 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Ili-Y 1 Camera Club 1. 2 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4 Manager 4 Hand 1. 2 Orchestra 3 Miami Scholarship Tcsts Senior Play Stage Mana,'::er Jerry Feeley Fox "I1lAl!S" Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 Cabinet 4 Gray Hi-Y I President l 3 Assistant Student Council 1 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3. 4 lkoys' Glee Club 3, 4 "Harmony Hall" "nhl Doctor" "Trial by Jury" Pand 1, 2 Van Cleve Vanities I Miami Scholarship Tests 2, I 4 Senior Scholarship Tests National Honor Society 4 Senior Play 4 Betty Jane Francis "IL J." Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cr. A. A, 1, 2, 3 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Allied Youth 3 Psher Staff 4 Library Club l. 2. 3. i Girls' Glee Club 1, 4 "Harmony Hall" "UhI Doctor" "Trial by Jury" John Robert Gardner "HHH" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 ' Gray Hi-Y 1 Student Council 2, 4 President 4 lteserve Football l, 2, 3, l -Track 1 Gulf 2. 3, 4 Golf "T" 3 "Trojan" Staff 3. 4 . Boys' fllee Club 4 American Legion Essays 3 Miami Scholarship Tests 2 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 Third Honors 4 Betty Lou Gearhart " I lIC'l"I'Y" Entered Senior Year Girl Reserve 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 Billy Ravelle Gilleland "BILLY" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Junior Class Treasurer 3 Student Council 3 Reserve Basketball 2 llramatic Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 lfsher Staff 4 lloys' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" Rand 2, 3 Orchestra 2, 3 Senior l'lay 4 Eugene Lee Gray "GENE" Entered .lunior Year Hi-Y 3, 4 Assistant Student Count-il Reserve Basketball 3 Baseball 3, 4 lloys' Glee Club 4 Rand 4 Doris Jean Hartley "DICE" Girl Reserve 4 ll. A. A. 2 I'sher Staff 2 Library 2 Thomas Lawrence Hogan "IRISH" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Reserve Football 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 .Xllierl Youth 4 Buys' Glee Club 4 O Mary Elizabeth Holdren lllimrlw-v Entered Junior Year Girl Reserve 4 Band 3 url-hestra 3 Mary Alice Jackson --rms" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Devotional Chairnmn 4 1' -X X 1 2 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 4 'Harmony Hall" "l'rial bv Jury" :...l., I Anna Gibbs Jones "ANN" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 In-ainatic Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 , "Trojan" Staff 4 Girls' Casting Club l, 2 l'sher Staff 3, 4 Allied Youth 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "Trial by Jury" Senior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 Senior Play 4 Dorothy Lee Keller "DOT" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 "Trojan" Staff 3, 4 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 1 "nhl lmc'tor" Alberta Mae Kilpatrick "HlCR'I'll+I" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G A A 1 2 3 Usher Staff 4 "Harmony Hall" "Tune ln" Rand 4 llrum Majorette 3, 4 4 4 X . 'V . 4. , , fi .J ' ' mv' 8 ' Mary Michaella Lane UINIICIQIQYU R0beI't Lee McDanie1s Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec-retziry 4 Nature Club 2 Spanish Club 3, 4 Vice-l"resident 4 "Trojan" Staff 3 I ibr'lrv Club 1 2 3 Secretary :intl 'I'r+-:isurer Elizabeth Norton Lindenberger "IJI'IlC" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Asst. Student Counril 3 G. A. A. 1, 2,3 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 llrzimutic Club 2, 3, 4 French Club 3, 4 President 4 "Trojan" Stuff 4 Girls' Casting Club l, 2 Usher Stuff 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "'l'ri:ll by Jury" Miami Sc-hularship Tests l, 2, 3, 4 Senior Sr-holairship 'Pests 4 Nflllllllill llnnor Snvin-ty 4 Senior l'lziy 4 Dora LOUISC Louthan "UO" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Sec-retury 2 Student Count-il 1 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 N1lll.ll'9 Club 2, 3, 4 l'sher Stuff 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "Harmony llaill" "Tune ln" Deloris N ormagene Lykes HNONNY' Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Journalism Club 4 "'l'rojzln"' Stuff 4 l.ibrury Club 2 Samuel Arthur Mack USAR!" lll-X 3, 4 Cabinet 3, 4 President 4 Uilllllb Nelsnn Dodd 4 Junior Class President 3 Gulf 3, 4 lioys' Glef- Club 4 National Honor Suvii-ty 4 "BOB" Hi-Y 2,l3,Y 4 lfraxy Hi-X 1 Student Council 1 Reserve Football 1. 2 Boys' Casting Club 1, 2 Iioys' Glee Club 1, 2 Doris Jean Mercer "DORIS" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A, 2, 3 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Vsher Stuff 3, 4 l.ibrury Club 2, 3 Girls' Glee Club 1, 4 President 4 "Harmony Hull" "nhl Dm-tor" "Trial by Jury" "Tune In" Senior l'l:uy 4 Dorothy Ann Moler "POLLY" Entered Senior Year Girl Reserve 4 G. A. A. 4 .lournzilism Club 4 Jack Lee Motter "JACK" lli-Y 2. 3. 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Nature Club Il Boys' Glee Club -I llaind l. 2, 3 Rand "'l"' 2 Janet Ann Mouch "MOOCH" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 cl. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Cunterat Club l Spanish Club 3, 4 Girls' Casting Club 1 l'sher Staff 2, 3 Allied Youth 3 Vanities Committee 2 Girls' Glee Club 1, 4 Hllhf f5lN'f0l'U "Trial by Jury" 5 . Annabelle Louise Myers "ANNIE" lffntered Sophomore Year Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2 Spanish Club 3 l'sher Staff 2 Allied Youth 3 Library Club 2, 3, 4 Seoretary-Treasurer 3 President 4 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4 "Harmony Hall" Carol Sue Pauly "lDtll.i.Y" Girl Reserve 3, 4 Musical Supervisor lvramatic Club 2, 3. 4 lfrencli Club 3, 4 Allied Youth 3 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4 "Harmony Hall" Helen Alma Petty "TRIGGER" Girl Re-serve 3 Girls' Glen Club 3 "Trial by Jury" William Hunt Porter "BILL" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Reserve Football 3 Varsity Fooball 4 Track 3, 4 Varsity "T" 3, 4 Nature Club 2 Miami Scholarship Tests 3 Rose Ann Pour "RED" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G, A. A. 4 Nature Club 3. 4 Girls' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" "Trial by Jury" Miami Scholarship Tests 3 William Clarke POWB Jr. "HILL" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 l'uckeye Ruys' State 3 Student Council 2, 3 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 lioys' Casting Club l lloys' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" lland 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2 Miami Scholarship Tests 2, i 4 Senior Scholarship Tests Dorothy Mae Reed "lNl'1"' Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2 "'l'rial by Jury" Ada. Irene Rich?-II'dSOIl --icuii" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Treasurer 2, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Athletic "'l"' 4 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1 Spanish Club 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff 3, 4 Allied Youth 3 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Miami Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 William Boroughs Robbins "HILL" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Cabinet 4 Secretary 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 .lunior Class Vice-President Assistant Student Council 4 Reserve Football 3 Varsity Football 4 Reserve Pasketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Track 2 Varsity "'l"' 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff 4 Boys' Casting' Club l Allied Youth 4 Van Cleve Vanities l M. V. L, Basketball Champs 3, Carol Jane Roney "JANlE" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3. 4 Treasurer 3 Journalism Club 3, 4 "Trojan" Staff' 3, 4 Allied Youth 3, 4 Library Club 1. 2, 3 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Uh! Doctor" Miami Scholarship Tests 3, 4 4 4 4 f f . fu 3 5 Y a Q3 ie ' ,is , fi zsww .. .iii 3 Q 2 .-f we ,X it ms Nancy Sauer "NANCY" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Cheerleader "T" 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Nature Club 2, 3 Camera Club 2 Spanish Club 3, 4 Vice-President 3 Girls' Casting Club 1 Usher Staff 3 Girls' Glee Club 2, 4 "Trial by Jury" Senior Play 4 James Harlan Scott "SCtJT'l'Y" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Student Council 2, 4 Vice-President 4 Assistant Student Council 2 Nature Club 2, 3 Boys' Glee Club 4 Vice-President 4 "Harmony Hall" Miami Scholarship Test 3 Senior Scholarship Test 4 Senior Play 4 William Gerald Seay "BUTTON" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Spanish Club 3 Allied Youth 3 Theodore Hubert Shafer "Ted" Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 Golf 1, 3. 4 Golf "T" 3, 4 Anwriz-an Legion Essays 3, Anna Lee Slifer "ANNA" G. A. A. l. 2 Mary Irene Sphar "MARY" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 , Girls' Athletic "T" 4 Spanish Club 4 Richard Lloyd Stewart "I JlCK" Hi-Y 2, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 William Raymond Stratton "1-il LL" l-li-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 I-Reserve Football l Camera Club 2 l'sher Staff 2, 3 Peggy Ann Strome UIJUTCHESSH Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Spanish Club 3 "Trojan" Staff 4 l'sher Staff 3, 4 .Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Music Appreciation 2 Girls' Glee Club 1 "Harmony Hall" "Uh! Doctor" "'Tune In" William Douglas Steinmetz "DOUG" Entered Senior Year Hi-Y 4 Journalism Club 4 "Trojan" Staff 4 - 413245 wig, ,SM V . . , 4 .9 ev -ew.,-. ,yd ,A t ,.L-Ri ,Af'R...., ...tx ,., MA Virginia Bell Studebaker "GlNNllC" Girl lie-serve 2, 3, 4 AI'1tO1I'1et,t6 Moore T8.t01'l'l "llAl'l'Y" Entered Sophomore Year Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Nature Club 3. 4 Vit-P-President 4 Spanish Club 2, 3 l'she-r Staff 3, 4 Allied Youth 3, 4 Senior l'lay 4 Alfred Miller Trapp Al. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 lleserre Football 3 Boys' Casting Club l, 2, 3 Boys' Glee Club 4 Eileen Roberta Tucker "'l'l'CK" Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2 Soanish Club 3 Library Club 2 Girls' Glee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" "Trial by Jury" "Tune In" Norma Violet Turner "NUllMA" Girl llvsoiwt- 2. 3 Ev elyn Jean Ullrey ".l ICA NN ld" Girl lin-servo 2, 3, 4 Assistant Student Count-il l G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 lfrench Club 3 llsher Staff l Library Club l, 2, il, il hirls hlee 1 lub 4 "Harmony Hall" NO1'1f1'l3. Jean Underwood Na Ch Wi "t'HAlll.llC" Girl lleserve 3 "Harmony Hall" omi Ruth Vandeveer HVAND Y" Girl Reserve 2. 3, 4 G 4 A 1 2 'S lfsiiel- Staff i ' Library Club 1. 2, 3 "Harmony Hall" arles N. Vesper UVES.. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray 1-li-Y 1 Reserve Football 2 Track 2 Tennis 3 Manager "'l"' 2 Basketball Manager 2 Journalism Club 4 Stage Crew 4 Hand 1, 2 Orchestra 1 Senior Play 4 Stage Manager lliam David Wagner "NX'lLLIl'l l'0U" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Gray Hi-Y l Student Count-il 2 Assistant Student Council 3 Reserve Basketball 1 Nature Club 3, 4 Dramatic' Club 3, 4 I'sher Staff 2, 3 Stage Crew 3, 4 Van Cleve Vanities l American Legion Essays 1. 2 Miami Scholarship Te-sts l. 2, 3 Senior Scholarship Tests 4 National Honor Society 4 Senior Play 4 1 ,...,.., L Margaret May Warner "lll.Xtl" 4'irl lit-serve 2, 3, 4 Girls' Casting Club 1 Library Club 3 Music .liupreciatirm Club 1, Girls' lllee Club 1 "llhf llm't0l"' "Trial by Jury" "Tune ln" Merri Lou Warwick "Sl'Ull'l"' Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 C A K 1 2 3 4 Vice-President 4 Nature Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1 Spanish Club 3, 4 Journalism Club 2, 3 "'l'l'0ji-Ill" Staff 3, 4 Girls' Casting Club 1 Usher Staff 4 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2 Huh! Doctor" "Trial by Jury" Janet Thelma Wingrove "SVG" llirl Reserve 3, 4 Servive Chairman 4 Cabinet 4 l"renr'h Club 2 Spanish Club l Library Club 1 Senior Play 4 Ruby Louise Woods "TINY" Girl llc-'serve 3, 4 ll. A, X. 2 Spanish Club 3 Eugene Woolcry "RIGID" Hi-Y 2. 3, 4 Gray Hi-YI Student Count-il fl Golf 3 Nature Club 2 lrramatie Club 4 Boys' Casting Club 2 Vsher Staff 3 Stage Crew 2. 3. 4 Boys' lllee Club 4 "Harmony Hall" Miami Svholarship Tests I1 S1 nior Play 4 o Jack Eugene Young "JACK" Hi-Y 2. 3. 4 Gray Hi-Y 1 American Legion Essays 2, Floyd Belden, Jr. "FLOYD" Hi-Y 2, 3 Gray Hi-Y 1 Reserve Football 1 Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 Football "T" 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Track "T" 3 John Dale Koenitzer "JACK" Vntererl Sophomore Year Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Band 2, 3 .journalism Club 4 Robert L. Webb "Bt J ll" HI-Y 2, 3 Gray lli-Y1 iii i o ' nf N. o z S! 5 f ' A 1 K on aj, - 5 nv . W I b iw! ff ' X RM.:-. 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' i L v , f A in gf Saw - Esgsiffi-:Qi-.liiz if eiifa .1554 ,s- 225-Zg22f,,, 1:i"5? 5 - 7-5-:S :ff-Uuiuisuuldi ?-'-'ii-,wif-g r? 34-'W e gas, b A -,mn ,-,gm Q Q .sg X1 :f-119 52-w .1'2-fbi 4 V ,. I .4-. n at ,, vu, C. 'Vil .3 .lJwx, meg.. 31 -4 J' f gg. 51552 , ......... f' l if gg ,gggtziv l .2-'af 0- "'-1.1:-I - N 11 -i f ' ---W -- , 0 A- .xx mm l lurluunl f I ' e mu .wg ' 'r' xg . 2" L ' I I?" .- --Y.'?iggQ E" - Q - -1 as - cf X 'l-"5 ws- Xu ff if fwfr?" f'f?Zf:"'a f'f'Qft,' Q iff? ,A ' A 4 291+-Q Qf3'ix"5' Q2 mm Glwi Effawu Griffith Knoop Naomi Pask President Vice President Beverly Williams John Stoner Secretary Treasurer uniaaefwifi Completing its third successful year in T. H. S., the junior class looks ahead to an even more successful year as seniors. The class has done well in both scholastic and social activities. lts students have participated with enthusiasm each year in the an- nual operetta and other extra-curricular activities. They have progressed very well in the scholarship tests and have played an active part in the War Effort Program. Those Juniors elected to the National Honor Society were Joyce Fox, Beverly Williams, Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck, Ellis Miller. To honor the graduating class of l945, the juniors presented an impressive Senior Farewell Assembly and collaborated with the seniors at the Junior-Senior Dance. Row Row Row Row Row ROW Row 1 2, -Richard Abshire, Mary Andrews, Bert Arthur, Carolyn Arthur, Jack Arthur, Peggy Attenweiler, Doris Baker, James Blackmore, Douglas Blue, Norma Booher Letha Bowers, Sue Brubaker, Harold Buirley, Marcia Chase, Clara Cody, Ruth Coppess, Lloyd Covault, Peggy Cruikshank, Gene Cultice, Barbara Curtin 3-William Cusac, Dale Davis, Mary Davis, Floy Daugh- erty, Barbara Dewey, John Drake, Jack Faust, Joyce Fox, Patricia Fry, Joan Furrow 4-Patricia Gates, Robert Gemin, Dorothy Graef, Jack 5- Grigsby, Anne Guehl, Margaret Haines, Louise Hart, Tom Hartzell, Howard Hawkins, Peggy Hawley Margaret Heater, Douglas Heaton, Jacquiline Hicks, Nannie Hill, Ramona Hines, Clifford Hirsch, Mar- jorie Hoagland, Patricia Hoban, Robert Holland, Margaret Hook 6-Jean Holder, Roger Hunt, Louise Jenkins, Edward Jennings, Ace Johnson, Robert Kindell, Phyllis Kindell, Griffith Knoop, Barbara Kreitzer, Ludwig Kroger 7-Carolyn Kruse, Helen Leethy, Robert Leffel, Max Lehman, Joyce Leonard, Margaret McCurdy, Ken- neth McMath, Robert Mercer, Mary Miller, Ellis Miller Row Row Row Row Row ROW 1-Janet Mumford, Anna Neitis, Harry Newman, Jo Ann Oldham, Gerald Overholser, Naomi Pask, Lor- raine Peck, Jack Peters, Miriam Petry, Tom Porter 2-William Porter, Alfrieda Pour, Arthur Reed, Jean Reed, Mabel Redmon, Robert Rench, James Rich- ardson, Mary Jane Roath, Dorothy Robbins, Mar- garet Rudy 3-Donald Ryman, John Sayers, Barbara Schisler, Don Scott, Preston Scott, Roseann Sedam, Richard Shafer, Claude Shaneyfelt, Martha Lou Shonting, June Simmons 4-Marjorie Slifer, Jean Smick, Robert Smith, Max Snider, Donald Sotherland, Doris Starry, Evelyn Stein, John Stoner, Bernadette Suerdieck, Viola Swyers 5-Norbert Tecklenburg, Jack Todd, Phyllis Traxler, Hugh Turner, Tom Voris, Polly Weaver, Lillie Belle Webb, Barbara Werts, Jean Wiles, Duane Weaver 6-Beverly Williams, Eva Williams, James Williams, James Wingrove, Donald Workman, Patricia Wray, Julia Ann Yantis, Roger Yount, Janet Jo Zile. Don Davis Row Row Row Row Row Row 31 Glenna Alexander, Ruth Allen, William Attenweiler, Glenna Baker, Roxie Baker, Florine Barnett, Dora Louise Bentley, Florence Bissett, Iva Lou Bittikofer, Jack Bittikofer Robert Black, Don Blankenship, Eugene Bowman, Patsy Bowers, Darlene Boram, Barbara Brown, Freda Brumbaugh, Gerald Buirley, Wilfred Carson, Gene Chaney Clara Chestnut, Marilyn Chase, Gwendolyn Clark, Howard Cooper, John Coppock, Helene Craig, Gayl Cultice, Coleman DeWeese, Maxine Doseck, Nova Dunlap 4-Robert Elifritz, Pete Elifritz, Carol Emerick, Winnie Mae Enyeart, Herbert Fader, Donald Lee Fagan, Joann Faun, Gene Favorite, Edward Flora, James Foster -Patricia Frisbie, John Fulker, Annabel Garby, John Greely, Ronald Hall, Marjorie Joan Hamel, Mary Anna Harden, Norman Harshbarger, Joan Hawk, Phyllis Hershey 6-George Hogle, Delpha Honeyman, Kenneth Hughes, Carolyn Sue Irwin, Joyce Johnson, Kathryn John- ston, Barbara Jones, Patricia Jones, Robert Kauf- man, Donald Keller, Martha Lane Row Row Row Row Row Willodene Leas, Charles Leethy, William Leethy, John Lindsay, Kathryn Maggert, Peggy Anne Mar- tin, Jo Anna May, Robert Meeker, Betty Melvin, Patricia McCurdy 2-Robert McFadden, Roscoe McKinney, Doris McMath, Harold McWilliams, Marcelyn Mick, Richard Lee Motter, Maurice Miller, Carolyn Louise Mulford, James Myers, Claire Oldham 3-Jackie Ovenshire, Mary Louise Penrod, Reva Mae Penrod, Marilyn Peters, Dave Pinter, Richard Reed, Florence Robinson, Robert Roney, Nina Ross, Ronald Rozell 4-William Schardt, Mary Lou Scott, Frank Seay, Phyllis Shane, Barbara Jean Slifer, Phyllis Slough, Gene Merrill Smith, Douglas Sowry, John Sphar, Seymour Stayman, Dave Stephenson 5-Mary Anne Stratton, Mary Anne Thomas, Betty Traxler, Nancy Van Ausdal, Russell Voris, Dave Voss, Bernard Wagner, Gene Anne Welbaum, Betty Lou Wilkey, Jeannette Wray Row Row Row Row ROW 4, -Harry Avey, Marvin Avey, Robert Bader, Louise Barnes, Donald Bercaw, Donna Berkmeyer, Betty Billhimer, Max Bobbit, John Bowers, Barbara Bowman 2-Patricia Bradford, Gerald Bridenbaugh, John Briggs, Rosemary Brown, William Buirley, Beverly Butter- field, Dalta Byrne, June Carnes, Wallace Cavendar, Ralph Chronabery -Mary Clawson, Richard Colley, Helen Collins, Wilma Coppess, Dennis Cosley, Robert Counts, Barbara Daniels, Deloris Davis, David Denny, James Deuble Emerson Drake. Elizabeth Duff, Jean Dungan, Thelma Dohm, Alma Earhart, Barbara Elifritz, Ken- neth English, Mary Faust, Gerald Feierstein, Deloris Flora 5-Richard Flora, Richard Flory, Roger Fulker, Mary Catherine Gardner, Nancy Gardner, Jayne Gray. Beverly Grauser, Bruce Hamilton, Patricia Harris, Marion Hatcher Row Row Row Row ROW 3- -Esther Hawley, Robert Hawley, Ramona Hebb, Martha Hershey, Dale Holder, Charles Hufford, George Hufford, Barbara Ann Jackson, Eugene Jenkins, Glenn Johnson -William Johnston, James Johnston, Doloris Jones, Marjeane Kah, Virginia Keller, Jeannine Kendall, Kathleen Kendall, John King, Harry Larck, Clyde Lehman Wanda Littlejohn, Joanne Macy, Norma Mangas, Betty Mason, Virginia McClure, Nancy McConnell, Robert McMaken, Phyllis McWilliams, Lynn Merritt, James Mischler -Ruth Moats, Frances Moler, Wayne Morrett, Mary Lee Mumford, John Neves, William Newman, Herbert Nordquist, Philip Oldham, Harold Over- holser, Clifton Payne 5-William Pearson, Martha Pell, Janice Penney, Barbara Pettay, Barbara Pour, John Pour, Norma Jean Pour, Eleanor Lee Priest, Betty Quinn, Robert Quisenberry ROW ROW Row ROW Row 11 2... 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Row Row Row Row 2 fa S22 H35 1 Robert Gardner, President: James Scott, Vice Presidentg James Blackmore, Secre- taryg Robert Meeker, Treasurer, Carl Vesper, Adviser: Ruth Allen, Robert Bader Jack Bittikofer, Paul Braun 2-James DeGroff, Barbara Dewey, Robert Elifritz, Peggy Hawley, Tom Hogan Kathryn Johnston, James Johnston, William Johnston, Robert Kaufman 3-Griffith Knoop, Wayne Morrett, Philip Oldham, Tom Porter, William Robbins Marilyn Rogers, Norman Rozell, Ronald Rozell, William Schardt 4-Richard Shafer, Patricia Shaw, Patricia Siler, Norbert Tecklenburg, Eva Williams James Wilson, Eugene Woolery PURPOSE: To blend the activities of the school and of the various organizations. To be a unifying agent. To serve as chief means of contract between the faculty and the student. ACTIVITIES: Fallg Assembly introducing school organizations. Stuaent Council Picnic. All School Party. Winterg Sending of cards to service men who attended Troy High School. Summerg All School Party. Student Council Spring Dance Other activities carried on throughout the year were mati- nee dancesg sending flowers in cases of death of students or parents of student, and the daily sale of school supplies. My GM Row l-Sam Mack, President: James Attenweiler, Vice Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 President, William Robbins, Secretary: Nelson Beck, Treasurerg C. W. Walters, Adviser, Richard Abshire, Walter Allen, Bert Arthur, Jack Arthur, Howard Arthur -William Attenweiler, Floyd Belden, Carl Berkshire, Jack Bittikofer, Robert Black, James Blackmore, Douglas Blue, Virgil Booher, Paul Braun, Harold Buirley -Loren Buchanan, Tom Buirley, John Coppock, Lloyd Covault, Gene Cultice, William Cusac, Floyd Daugh- erty, Dale Davis, Don Davis, James DeGroff -Richard Delp, Coleman DeWeese, Douglas Drake, John Drake, Robert Elifritz, Pete Elifritz, Herbert 1 Fader, Donald Fagan, Gene Favorite, Edward Flora Row 5-Jerry Fox, John Fulker, Robert Gardner, Robert Gemin, William Gilleland, Eugene Gray, Jack Greely, Jack Grigsby, Norman Harshbarger, Tom Hartzell Row 6-Howard Hawkins, Douglas Heaton, Clifford Hirsch, Row 7 Tom Hogan, George Hogle, Robert Holland, Kenneth Hughes, Roger Hunt, Edward Jennings, Jack Koenitzer -Robert Kindell, Griffith Knoop, Robert Kaufman, Charles Leethy, William Leethy, Max Lehman, Robert Leffel, Robert McDaniel, Robert McFadden, Kenneth McMath PURPOSE: To create, maintain, cmd extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian char Octer. SZ iff ACTIVITIES: Autumn - comp Nelson Dodd E 5 Winter - Conference at Columbus Spring - Hi-Y-G. R. Dance "Feed" for new members Hi-Y chapel ,lla-if Glad Row ROW Row Row Row ROW 11 2 31 Harold McWilliams, Robert Meeker, Robert Mercer, Ellis Miller, Maurice Miller, Richard Motter, Jack Motter, James Myers, Harry Newman, Gerald Overholser Jack Peters, David Pinter, William P. Porter, William H. Porter, Tom Porter, William Powe, Arthur Reed, Richard Reed, Robert Rench, James Richardson Robert Roney, Norman Rozell, Ronald Rozell, Donald Ryman, John Sayers, William Schardt, James Scott, Preston Scott, Richard Shafer, Ted Shafer 4-Claude Shaneyfelt, Franklin Sharits, William Small, Robert Smith, Gene Smith, Max Snider, Donald Sotherland, Douglas Sowry, John Sphar, Seymore Stayman 5-David Stevenson, Richard Stewart, John Stoner, William Stratton, Alfred Trapp, Norbert Tecklen- burg, Jack Todd, Hugh Turner, Charles Vesper, Tom Voris 6-Russell Voris, David Voss, Duane Weaver, Robert Webb, James Williams, James Wingrove, Jack Young mi Ghaplm QM flume ROW 1 Row 2 Row 3 -Rozann Braun, Presidentg Eleanor Fish, Vice Pesi- dentg Jo Ann Allen, Secretary: Ada Richardson, Treasurer, Doris Anderson, Mildred Baker, Barbara Black, Chi Boller, Virginia Brookhart, Vivian Buckingham Joan Campbell, Annabel Carey, Cecelia Chipley, Thannis Darner, Patricia Dodson, Patricia Dona- van, Wilma Evilzizor, Betty Francis, Betty Gearhart, Doris Hartley -Mary Holdren. Alice Hook, Mary Alice Jackson, Anna Jones, Dorothy Keller, Alberta Kilpatrick, Row 4- ROW 5- Row 6- Michaella Lane, Dee Lindenberger, Dora Louthan, Normagene Lykes Doris Mercer, Dorothy Moler, Janet Mouch, Annabel Myers, Carol Pauly, Helen Petty, Rose Ann Pour, Dorothy Reed, Carol Roney, Nancy Sauer Barbara Schardt, Mary Sphar, Peggy Strome, Vir- ginia Studebaker, Antoinette Tatem, Eileen Tucker, Evelyn Ullery, Naomi Vandeveer, Margaret Warner, Merri Warwick Janet Wingrove, Mary Butler, Adviser PURPOSE: The Girl Reserve is affiliated with the Young Women's Christian Association The Girl Reserve purpose is to promote a democratic spirit among the girls to give them a chance to have wholesome good times, and to set before them Christian ideals. ACTIVITIES: Meetings held the second and fourth Thursday of each month. M Q FALL: G. R. Chapel 3 5 Hike to Lostcreek WINTER: G. R. Chapel Chuck Help a Family" Cup Cake Sale Pot Luck Supper Mother-Daughter Banquet SPRING: Installation of Officers Secamf efuzfplea QM! R 1. 7 Row K Q Row E 3 Row Q W Row Z B 3.. -Barbara Dewey, President: Jean Reed, Vice Presi- dent: Viola Swyers, Secretary: Peggy Attenweiler, Treasurer: Jean Hair, Adviser: Glenna Alexander, Ruth Allen, Mary Andrews, Carolyn Arthur, Doris Ann Baker -Glenna Baker, Roxie Baker, Florine Barnett, Dora Bentley, Florence Bissett, Darlene Boram, Iva Lou Bittikofer, Norma Booher. Patsy Bowers, Barbara Brown. Freda Brumbaugh, Sue Brubaker, Marilyn Chase, Clara Chesnut, Clara Cody, Ruth Ann Coppess, Helene Craig, Peggy Cruikshank, Gayl Cultice, Bar- bara Curtin -Mary Lee Davis, Maxine Doseck, Nova Dunlap, Carolyn Emerick, Winnie Enyeart, Joan Faun, Joyce Fox, Patricia Frisbie, Patricia Fry, Joan Furrow -Annabel Garbry, Patricia Gates, Dorothy Graef, Anne Guehl, Margaret Haines, Mary Ann Harden, Louise Hart, Joan Hawk, Margaret Heater -Phyllis Hershey, Jacqueline Hicks, Ramona Hines, Patricia Hoban, Marjorie Hoagland, Jean Holder, Margaret Hook, Caroline Irwin, Joyce Johnston, Kathryn Johnston Secancfe Quik Row Row Sl 2 3 3 Row Row SSW ETB Row Row 3- -Barbara Jones, Patricia Jones, Barbara Kreitzer, Carolyn Kruse, Martha Lane, Willodene Leas, Helen Leethy, Peggy Martin, Kathryn Maggert, Margaret McCurdy -Patricia McCurdy, Doris McMath, Betty Melvin, Marcelvn Mick, Mary Dolores Miller. Louise Mulford, Joyce Leonard, Anne Mae Neitis, Clara Oldham, Jo Ann Oldham Jackie Ovenshire, Mary Penrod, Rena Penrod, Marilyn Peters, Miriam Petry, Alfrieda Pour, Mabel Redman, Dorothy Robbins, Florence Robinson, Nina Ross 4-Mary Lou Scott, Rozann Sedam, Phyllis Shane, June Simmons, Marjorie Slifer, Barbara Slifer, Phyllis Slough, Doris Starry, Evelyn Stein, Bernadette Suerdieck 5-Mary Ann Stratton, Mary Ann Thomas, Betty Traxler, Phyllis Traxler, Nancy Van Ausdal, Polly Ann Weaver, Lillie Belle Webb. Barbara Werts, Jean Wiles, Beverly Williams 6-Eva Williams, Betty Wilkey, Janet Wray, Janet Zile, Marcia Chase, Nannie Hill, Delpha Honeyman, Peggy Hawley 'Glad Row 1 Row 2- Row 3- Row 4- Row 5 NW F138 -Anna Jones, Presidentg Doris Ann Baker. Vice President: Wilma Evilsizor, Secre- tary, Richard Shafer, Treasurer, Frank Prouty, Adviserg Peggy Attenweiler, Iva Lou Bittikofer, Jack Bittikofer, Douglas Blue Chi Boller, Paul Braun, Sue Brubaker, Clara Cody, Dale Davis, Donald Davis, Mary Lee Davis, James DeGroff, Patricia Donavan Eleanor Fish, Jerry Fox, Joyce Fox, Betty Francis, Patty Gates, William Gilleland. Marjorie Hoagland, Alice Hook, Margaret Hook Elizabeth Lindenberger, Robert Mercer, Janet Mouch, Harry Newman, Jackie Ovenshire, Carol Pauly, Tom Porter, Carole Roney, Barbara Schardt -William Schardt, Preston Scott, Seymour Stayman, John Stoner, Phyllis Traxler, Nancy Van Ausdal, David Voss, William Wagner PURPOSE: To encouroge students interested ond talented in dromotics. ACTIVITIES: Autumn - Picnic tor the new members. Tryouts Spring - Donce Siege eww Barbara Black, Edward Flora, Russell Flora, Jerry Fox, Charles Vesper, William Wagner, Eugene Woolery, C. W. Walters. Adviser PURPOSE: To construct scenery and prepare sets for school pro- cluctionsg to operate projection machinesg to care for all stage equipment. N2 SSA? 52352 EB ' A Row 1--Chi Boller, Paul Braun, Virginia Lee Brookhart, Annabel Carey, Edward Jennings, Griffith Knoop, Jack Koenitzer, Normagene Lykes Row 2-Mary Doloras Miller, Dorothy Moler, Lorraine Peck, Carole Roney, .Charles Vesper, James Williams, Helen Sinks, Adviser PURPOSE: To offer opportunity for journalistic work and to edit the "Troy High News." ACTIVITIES: Weekly publication of school paper. Assisting in publication of the "Trojan," Wamch Glad W X ROW 1 ROW 2 fa, 1 ,If ,. 52 5 151 . Elizabeth Lindenberger, President: Joyce Fox, Secretary: Margaret Hook, Treas- urer: Jo Ann Allen, Doris Ann Baker, Clara Cody, Barbara Dewey. Peggy Hawley Alice Hook, Jo Ann Oldham, Carol Pauly, Lorraine Peck, Janet Wingrove. Judy Yantis, Janet Zile, Mary Delores Miller PURPOSE: To afford to those students interested in French opportunities for the use of more extensive conversation. ACTIVITIES: Pot-luck at Joyce Fox's for new members. French-Spanish formal dance. Box social at Alice I-Iook's. Yarn doll sale. Ginger bread sale. Food sale. Glad 1' Row 1-Joan Campbell, President: Peggy Attenweiler, Rozann Braun, Sue Brubaker Row 2 Row 3- Row 4- Marcla Chase, Ruth Ann Coppess, Richard Delp, Wilma Evilsizor, Betty Francis I -Patricia Gates, Dorothy Graef, Anne Guehl, Louise Hart, Margaret Heater, Jac- queline Hicks, Patricia Hoban, Ramona Hines, Anna Jones Janet Mouch, Harry Newman, Jean Reed, Ada Richardson Viola Swyers, Phyllis Traxler, Merri Warwick, Beverly Williams PURPOSE: To afford to those students studying Spanish oppor- tunities for the use of conversation and to acquaint them with the Spanish speaking countries. ACTIVITIES: Spanish-French Club dance. Patricia Jones, Michaella Lane, Robert Leffel, Patricia McCurdy, Kenneth McMath, Carole Roney, Nancy Sauer, Barbara Schardt, Martha Lou Shonting, Mary Sphar, flfaiwae Glad Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 tw -William Powe, Presidentg Antoinette Tatem, Vice Presidentg Ramona Hines, Secretary-Treasurerg Fred B. Pettay, Adviser: James Attenweiler, Peggy Attenweiler, Doris Ann Baker, Nelson Beck, Paul Braun Rozann Braun, Virginia Lee Brookhart, Tom Buirley, Joan Campbell, Marcia Chase, Clara Cody, John Coppock, Lloyd Covault, William Cusac Mary Lee Davis, James DeGroff, Barbara Dewey, Wilma Evilsizor, Jack Faust, Eleanor Fish, Jerry Fox. Joyce Fox, Betty Francis Row Row Row Row -Patricia Gates, Dorothy Graef, Anne Guehl, Mar- garet Heater, Alice Hook, Margaret Hook, Anna Jones, Dorothy Keller, Elizabeth Lindenberger Robert McFadden, Patricia McCurdy, Margaret McCurdy, Mary Delores Miller, Jack Motter, Jo Ann Oldham, Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck, Rose Ann Pour Jean Reed, Nancy Sauer, James Scott, Robert Smith, Donald Sotherland, Mary Ann Stratton, Viola Swyers, William Wagner, Polly Ann Weaver Jean Wiles, Beverly Williams, Janet Wingrove, Judy Yantis PURPOSE: To promote the students knowledge and appreciation of nature. ACTIVITIES: Spring picnic for old and new members. Monthly meetings, with short informative talks given by the members. Row 1-Jo Ann Allen, Walter Allen. Nelson Beck, James Row 2-Elizabeth L-inclenbercrer. Sam Mack, Ellis Miller, DeGroff, Richard Delp, Douglas Drake, Jcrry Fox, Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck, Ada Richardson, Bar- Joyce Fox, Robert Gardner, Anna Jcnes bara Schardt. William Wagner, Beverly Williams. F. H. Prouty, Adviser PURPOSE: To promote leadership, scholarship, character, and service among the students of Troy High School. may Glad life 5, Ali Row 1-Annabel Myers, President, Peggy Strome, Secretary- sizor, Deloris Flora, Betty Francis, Barbara Jones, Treasurer: Clifford Hirsch, Vice President, D. C, Margaret Haines, Willodene Leas BfiYqAdV1Se!'? Glenna fuexallderl Iva I-'Ou Blmkoferf Row 3-Robert McMaken, Dorothy Reed, Jane Ellen Robin- Wlmam Bulrleyf Ceceha Chlpley son, Marilyn Rogers, Barbara Slifer, Phyllis Traxler, Row 2-Ruth Ann Coppess, Peggy Cruikshank, Wilma Evil- Judy Yantis MOTTO: Those Who Serve PURPOSE: To create interest in library work and to train students as librarians. ACTIVITIES: Daily library work. Annual Christmas party. WMM Slaff Row 1-Peggy Attenweiler, Jack Arthur, Doris Ann Baker, Row 2 Row 3 Robert Black, Norma Booher, Rozann Braun, Vir- ginia Brookhart, Sue Brubaker, Annabel Carey, Joan Campbell -Clara Cody, Ruth Ann Coppess, Wilma Coppess, Lloyd Covault, Peggy Cruikshank, Barbara Curtin, Dale Davis, Barbara Dewey, Patricia Donavan, Edward Flora --William Gilleland. Jack Greely, Bruce Hamilton, Louise Hart, Robert Hawley. Marafaret Heater, Ramona Hines, Alice Hook. Anna Jones, Alberta Kilpatrick Row 4-Caroline Kruse, John Lindsay, Elizabeth Linden- ROW 5 berger, Dora Louise Louthan, Robert McMaken, Doris Mercer, Lynn Merritt, Janet Mouch, Naomi Pask, Lorraine Peck -Ada Richardson, Barbara Schardt, June Simmons, Peggy Strome, Marilyn Rogers, Patricia Shaw, Antoinette Tatem, Gladys Tatem, Norbert Tecklen- berg, Tom Voris Row 6-Merri Warwick, Polly Ann Weaver, Beverly Williams, James Wilson, James Wingrove, Judy Yantis PURPOSE: To usher at school activities. ACTIVITIES: Fall: Usher at football games. N R Winter: 51? 5 , Spring: Basketball games. Co-operative concerts. Gperetta Senior play Commencement Baccalaureate Zlzecdywth Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4- - -James Attenweiler, President, Patricia Donavan, Vice President: Robert Meeker, Treasurer: Joan Campbell, Secretary: Howard Arthur, Peggy Atten- weiler, William Attenweiler, Doris Ann Baker, Flo- rine Barnett, Iva Lou Bittikofer -Jack Bittikofer, Chi Boller, Virginia Brookhart, Sue Brubaker, Marcia Chase, Clara Cody, John Cappack, Helene Craig, Gayl Cultice, William Cusac Rozann Braun, Joan Faun, Patricia Frisbie. John Fulker, Dorothy Graef, Jack Greely, Peggy Hawley, Ramona Hines, Clifford Hirsch Alice Hook, Margaret Hook, Susan Irvin, Kathryn Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Johnston, Anna Jones, Edward Jennings, Martha Lane, Max Lehman, Robert Mercer, Maurice Millei' -Margaret McCurdy, Patricia McCurdy, Richard Motter, Philip Oldham, Clara Oldham, Jackie Oven- shire, Naomi Pask, Tom Porter, Arthur Reed, Jeanne Reed -Ronald Rozell, William Schardt, Mary Lou Scott, Phyllis Shane, Phyllis Slough, Seymour Stayman, Mary Ann Stratton, Viola Swyers, Antoinette Tatem, Polly Ann Weaver -Jean Wiles, Beverly Williams, C. H. Kazmaier, Adviser PURPOSE: We stand tor the liberation through education ot individuals and society from the use of beverage alcohol AIM: The aim of this organization is to create in the students of 92 Q our high school those characteristics which are most be 3 8 coming to society. ACTIVITIES: Meetings once a month. Fall: Picnic at Taylorsville. 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Ellis Miller ....... Robert Gemin ,... John Fulker .,... Billy Gilleland .... Jerry Fox .............. Eugene Woolery ,........ Jane Ellen Robinson Peggy Strome Mary Alice Jackson Jack Bittikofer Tom Voris Jack Arthur Virginia Brookhart .... . ..... Rosalie, Prima Donna, Genera1's Daughter . . . . .Maritana, Rosalie's maid and understudy . . . . . . . . . . . . .E1sa, cook and former opera singer Mrs. Hammersly Keys, Rosa1ie's Chaperone .........................General Ernest Work .....Signor Brownini, former opera tenor . . . . . . . . . .Signor Brownini's valet, Octave . . .Mr. Wright Story, Signor's press agent . . . . . . . . .Former leader of a street band .....Doolittle Work, the Genera1's son . . . . .McTavish, Doo1ittt1e's guardian .....Members of St. Cecila. Choir . . . .Members of Boys' Glee Club .......Make-Up Naomi Pask ........, .... A ccompanist Elizabeth Crater ...,........................ ....... D irector F. H. Prouty ..............................,.... ..... 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N, E x 2 ' W A ,Y ,nw 1 f 5 15 XX Y .-N W Aim 5" in f 50- fl 'L fggf' 'ge 55" . H:- '-,j":."ffN ff! f' 351 , f, we-1 1 Afiib 1,1 ,yeahh '1. R JI L "2 ,, P-.N XXX 3 LS rw 1 V, ' L- if 5. 42' ,QA E ,E if 606 IW 4 swf! Row 1 Row 2 ROW 3 Row 4 -Gene Cultice, Robert Gardner, William Porter, William Robbins, Pete Elifritz, Norman Rozell, Clifford Hirsch, James Attenweiler, Richard Shafer, Tom Porter, Seymour Stayman -Arthur Reed, Robert Meeker, John Fulker, David Stevenson, Donald Davis, Carl Berkshire, Max Lehman, Gene Chaney, Douglas Sowry, Jack Bittikofer Merril Smith, Jack Todd, Douglas Blue, William Cusac, Robert Blackmore, Griffith Knoop, Richard Motter, Harry Newman, Maurice Miller, C. H. Kazmaier, Coach -Howard Hoffman, Assistant Coach: Ronald Rozell, Manager: Ellis Miller, Roger Hunt, Carl Vesper, Faculty Manager: William Schardt, Manager, Ronald Hall, Russell Voris, Manager n FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1944 TFOY 13 .... .... K iser Troy 32 .... .... T ipp City TFOY 0 .... .... G reenville TFOY 20 ---- .... S idney TFOY 20 ---- .... V andalia Tl'0Y 13 --.. .... X enia Troy 13 ---- .... F airmont TFOY 13 ---- .... O akwood TF05' 0 --.- .... M iamisburg Troy 20 -.-- .... P iqua Won ..... .... 7 Lost .... .... 3 Tied .......... 0 R 2 3 Q31 Q wa R Row 1-William Robbins, Norman Rozell, Ronald Rozell Row 2-James Blackmore, Max Lehman, C. H. Kazmaier, Coach: Clifford Hirsch, Griffith Knoop SCHEDULE OF '44-'45 Troy 35 .... . ..................... . .... Kiser 15 Troy 61 .... .... T ipp City 31 Troy 31. . . . .... Newton 22 Troy 41 .... .... S taunton 28 Troy 35 .... .... G reenville 21 V Troy 41 .... .... S idney 30 Troy 35 .... .... M iamisburg 31 E95 Troy 42 .... .... X enia 19 Troy 26 .... .... F airmont 29 V Troy 49 .... .....,.. .... C 0 vington 29 Troy 46 .... . ........... ........ ......... .......... P i q ua 36 Troy 55 .... ............... ............ ............. ............ U r b a na 33 E155 Won ..... ..... 1 1 Lost ..... ..... 1 V I8 TOURNAMENT: E' 5 V Troy 41 .... .... ....,..............,. .... S t i vers 24 Troy 36 ..,. .... S pringfield 22 Troy 16 .... .... M iddletown 33 H15 V no ammmmg B 0 - l The i945 basketball team with the guidance of Coach Carleton Kazmaier won the Miami Valley League Championship for the second straight year. The Trojan squad played good ball during the year and ended their regular season with the remarkable record of eleven wins and one defeat. After the close of the regular season the champs went to Dayton to playin the Southwestern Ohio District Tournament. The Trojan team defeated Stivers and Springfield Public to advance to the tournament finals for the second consecutive year. They lost their final test to Middletown in a hotly contested ball game. Troy High School is proud of its basketball team and the record that it has made. This year by way of graduation, the team loses only two regulars, and with three regulars and some very good re- serves back, Troy can expect a good season next year. Let T. H. S. look to another championship! sceesvezseeseozeazzg '7aada The Troy track team under the direction of Coach Carleton Kazmaier have made a fine showing in spite of lack of experience and have shown steady improvement from meet to meet. The following boys are on the track team: Jack Bittikofer, James Attenweiler, Jerry Buirley, William Buirley, Don Davis, James DeGroff, Coleman DeWeese, Richard Feierstein, John Fulker, Roger Fulker, Donald Hall, Tom Hartzell, Clifford Hirsch, Tom Hogan, Max Lehman, Robert McMaken, Robert Meeker, Maurice Miller, James Mischler, Dick Motter, John Neves, Philip Oldham, William Porter, Tom Porter, William Powe, Hugh Rademachir, Preston Scott, Dick Shafer, Don Sother- land, Douglas Sowry, Seymour Stayman, Dave Stephenson, John Stoner, Glady Tatem, Jack Todd, Tom Voris, James Wingrove, Alan Wingrove, James Williams. Banda!! Coach Elmer Baden and his baseball team have played good ball, although they have looked ragged in spots. So far, they have a record of six wins and four losses. The following boys are on the baseball team: James Blackmore, Gene Chaney, Dick Colley, Gene Cultice, Robert Elifritz, Robert Counts, Richard Flory, Norman Harshbarger, Roger Hunt, William Johnson, Griffith Knoop, Ludwig Kroger, Wayne Morret, Harry Newman, William Robbins, Norman Rozell, Ronald Rozell, Don Stein, Norbert Tecklenberg, Harold Valentine, Carl Wise, William Woolery, John Bowers. Wi The golf team, with their new coach, L. E. Jackson, have made a good show- ing in spite of their lack of practice due to poor spring Weather. The follow- ing boys are on the golf team: Robert Gardner, Douglas Heaton, Kenneth Hughes, Sam Mack, Dave Pinter, Arthur Reed, Ted Shafer, William Woolery, 7enni4 The Troy tennis team has no players back from last year, but Coach Carl Vesper is trying to mould a team together for the M. V. L. matches. The following boys are on the tennis team: William Schardt, Robert Meeker, William Newman, James Johnson, William Pearson. 6 g. ,N . 1 ,,,f-,NN ' ci:-'A L. 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" s W ' SMMC' aaron: r r E wVF'itYP'wJ4'NtY9xsyP'NJfP'N.YP'xJ'FxJf9xv!f'wJfP'xJfFNJf0xIFxlFsl9NJ4'myFNJfPxJfNxvYFmYNNsY9iJ4'xsYFNJfFxsVFxlFx '7f1e .frail 7011! cuuf 7wlla1nenZ'of iffze geniofz. 0104 of 1945 We, the members of the Class of '45, being of lmore or lessl sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this last will an:l testament, hereby, revoking all former wills, testaments, and codicils heretofore by us made: The Senior Class bequeaths "Gratification Gulch" to all future seniors. Ted Shafer leaves his curly hair to Bud Knoop. Bill Porter leaves his shyness to Ed Jennings. Ada Richardson leaves her red hair to Miss Arnold. Janet Mouch leaves "Oh Tommy" to the next victim. Virg Booher leaves Flo reluctantly. Bill Gilliland leaves his jitterbugging to Gussie Blue. Howdy Arthur leaves his foxing ability to Bob Rench. Bill Robbins leaves his height to Gene Cultice. Merri Warwick leaves her coke-bottle figure to Carolyn Kruse. Jim DeGroff leaves his grades to Don Scott. Dick Delp leaves his loud ties to Harry Newman. Nancy "Legs" Sauer leaves her gams to Clara Cody. Casey Rozell leaves his athletic ability to Max Snider. Rozie Braun leaves her hair ribbons. Norma Underwood leaves her height to Peg Attenweiler. Carol Pauly leaves her singing ability to "Monie" Hines. Sam Mack leaves his Lana Turner pin-ups to Jon Stoner. The "Bloomer Girls" leave their drawers to posterity. Dee Lindenberger leaves Tipp to Ruth Ann Coppess. Pat Donavan leaves Eidemiller's grocery truck to Jeannie Reed. Eleanor Fish leaves her long purple sweater to Polly Ann Weaver. Mary Holdren leaves her pin-up picture to Bob Kindell. Doris Mercer leaves her make-up to Martha Lou Shonting. Joanne Allen leaves the small gym to Lorraine Peck. Gene Gray finally leaves Duane Weaver. Barbara Black leaves her cartoons to Bub Seay. Chuck Vcspers leaves!! Doris Anderson leaves her curly hair to Jack Petcrs. Mildred Baker leaves Gallahers to Preston Scott. Paul Braun and Scotty leave, much to our regret. Tom Buirley leaves his purple sweater to John Drake. Annabel Carey leaves her figure to Doris Starry. Cecelia Chipley gives the speech classes back to "Pop," Pat Dodson leaves the Winter Garden to Anne Guehl. Doug Drake leaves his suction to Viola Swyers. Betty Francis gives Montgomery Ward back to the President. "Cassonova" Hogan leaves mush to the relief of the Junior girls. Norma Lvkes and Mary A. Jackson leave for Beauty Culture school. Mickey Lane leaves with all of Karl's clothes. Bob McDaniel and Jack Matter finally leave "Elmer" Baden. Helen Pettay leaves Howard Hawkins, but not for long. Rose Pour leaves Mr. Prouty in English Lit. Dorothy Reed leaves her fuchsia skirt to Joanne Oldham. Butts". Seay finally leaves the teachers in peace. Mary Sphar leaves her shy ways to Doris Ann Baker. Peg Strome leaves in search of more sailors. Virginia Studebaker leaves for Staunton, no doubt. Al Trapp leaves his ski sweaters to "Rover" Wingrove. Eileen Tucker leaves to become a housewife. Norma Turner leaves her Army insignia to Joyce Leonard. Evelyn Ullrey leaves her car, and the gas, to Roger Yount. Jim Attenweiler leaves the Allied Youth to Bill P. Porter. Vivian Buckingham leaves her bangs to Sue Brubaker. Loren Buchanan leaves his walk to Max Lehman. Dorothy Keller leaves Dick Shafer to the care of the Student Council. Bill Wagner and Bill Stratton leave Piqua to Roger Hunt. Anna Lee Slifer leaves her bi-focals to Joyce Fox. Alice Hook leaves her hair nets to Harold Buirley. Betty Gearhart leaves her baby talk to Louise Hart. Dora Louthan leaves her tiny waistline to Peg Hawley. Nelson Beck leaves his ability as a chemist to "R.ebel." Bob Gardner leaves his love of the fairer sex to Cliff Hirsch. Jerry Fox leaves his ears to a model airplane builder. Virginia Brookhart leaves her voice to add to the acoustics of the large gym. Wilma Evilsizor leaves her freshmen boys to the freshmen girls. "Bertie" Kilpatrick leaves the band to Janet Jo Zile. Joan Campbell leaves her torch songs to Margaret Heater. "Red" Woolery leaves his laugh to Tom Porter. Russ Flora gives the stage crew back to "Smeed." Walt Allen and Carol Pauly leave together. Annabel Myers leaves Paul, finally. Carol Roney leaves journalism class at last. Barb Schardt leaves the teachers to Johnny Sayers. Chi Boller leaves her gym classes to Barb Dewey. Happy Tatem leaves her carnations to Carmen Miranda. Billy Powe leaves his braces to Mr. Bay. 'tSugar" Wingrove leaves the physics class to the boys. Naomi Vandeveer leaves Miss Hair and shorthand, finally. Ruby woods leaves the Marines, to her despair. Jack Young leaves his "dear friend" Ted Shafer. Thannis Darner leaves her cheerfulness to Dodo Miller. Margaret Warner leaves her weight to Roseann Sedam. Dorothy Moler leaves her delicate voice to Judy Yantis. Anne Jones leaves for college with high hopes. Doug Steinmetz leaves for future journalism work. Doris Hartley leaves on the road to matrimony, she hopes! Dick Stewart leaves the civics class to any "Russian" lovers. We, the witnesses whereof, do subscribe our signatures hereto: MR. INBETWEEN A NIISS ALANEOUS To this docunzcnt has been affixed our official seal and crest. 1This makes it legal.J loiffloiffloifftdffwdffldffxldfflWff!dfflUffWffWNlWl'WilWffWllWN'WffWNlldffWI'lUffWlWUNKWIWqwTlavfldff 4? w ' ,gi 1 HV? ,, Q A Y , ,Vp A. X VV VW ' aww' an W ,,, Q ' .s A V V V -Z5 . -1-if' 2 ,R ,v qw W .. V 1, VV -fe, 3 ,V V -Vi QQ ,, 'ilk .,:SI9i , - M-we 4 - af 1 ,L sf M in 5 .:- .,: f g V' if x if '. 1' 4- -., ' '5 'Y . A 1 ' . ,' . A V' . 1' -, I 'L w -. Q. my f- xgyif, lnREmn ,VV "vm :.V ., 0,4-f Q, ,., .. ' - ' Q 35 .ff 9' if S V. ,, lag? , ,V ': X Q U 'WS V A ,. I., J V I. QF' , Y 4, Af Quo VNS-. V .. ,,1.. WV. 139. ffl QV? 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Main St. Troy, Ohio FIRST SECURITY COMPANY Loans on Personal Property DUTCH'S SINCLAIR SERVICE U. S. Tires .... Lubrication Road Service Phone 3201 H UFFORD'S GREEN HOUSE Phone 7246 TROY HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, Refrigerators, Stoves, Washers and Home Supplies Compliments of JOH N A. MARKLEY Quality Meats and Groceries 1100 S. Mulberry Troy, Ohio HUGH W. RANKIN Er SON Plumbing and Heating . . . Sheet Metal Work 16 W. Franklin St. Phone 4141 Troy, Ohio TROY PATTERN WORKS Wood and Metal Patterns TROY, OHIO THE GEO. R. McCONNELL COMPANY All Lines of Insurance Protection and Life Insurance N. W. Corner Public Square DAVIDSON'S SHOE HOSPITAL While U Wait Service Laces Polishes 113 E. Main Street l0c-K'S HAMBURGERS-I0c Buy 'Em By the Sack ' Troy, Ohio ALBERT N. DIRSCHERL Troy, Ohio How's Your Life Line? 430 S. Clay St. Phone 9391 FENTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Successors to Bowsman Washed Sand and Gravel Company TAR ASPHALT Ready Mixed Concrete - General Contracting Phone - 3526 and 9411 Compliments of THE BROWN-BRIDGE MILLS Compliments of SPRAUL'S BEVERAGE CO. Compliments of L. A. THOMAS Phone 6866 Troy, ohio Compliments of THE HOBART TRADE SCHOOL "It's Easy To Learn Arc Welding" Compliments of TROJAN PASTRY SHOP "It's Different" 127 S. Market Street Phone 5851 Compliments of THE FISHER FUNERAL HOME RALPH DALTON AND ASSOCIATES Advertising Compliments of THE SKINNER IRRIGATION COMPANY Compliments of THE GUMMED PRODUCTS COMPANY Compliments of SHANESY LOCKER STORAGE Compliments of FIRESTONE STORES 112 East Main st. Tires Batteries ELLIS DAVIS, REALTOR Courteous and Efficient Service Farms - City Property Schaible Bldg. C. HARRY HOUSER Still in Business? 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