Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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Jason Mitchell . .. W. B. Cory J. W. Brown Mildred Lenk ..... Anna M. Daugherty D. E. Greco ......... Hughes Barnes . . Mildred Hursey . . . Jack Milgate . . . Robert Wiand .... Harry C. Adams . . . Adele Green . . . Marlie Berry .. Ruth Morgan ..... Natalie Weininger . . . Donald Campbell . Allen Knisely ..... Faculty .. . . . .. A. B., L. L. B., Ohio Northern B. S. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State .. B. S. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State A.B. Ohio U. . .. A. B. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State . . . . . . . A. B. Muskingum: Ohio State A. B. Thielg M. A. Ohio State B. S. Ed. Wilmingtong Miami . . . . . . A. B. Woosterg M. A. Ohio State B.S.OhiogM.A.Columbia A. B. Ohiog A. M. Cincinnatig New York B. S. Ed. Ohio Stateg Columbia . . . . . . . . . Muskingum Instrumental Music Marietta College A. B.g M. A. Indiana ..............B.S.inEd.KentState . . . B. S. in Ed. Ohio U.g New York U. . . . . B. S. in Ed. Ohiog M. A. Ohio State . . . . . . A. B. Muskingumg Ohio State B. A.g B. S. in Ed. Ohio State A. B. Muskingum Ohio Stateg Ohio U. .. B. S. in Ed. Ohio U A. B. Muskingum . . . B. S. in Ed. Ohio University it -..- GALHRAITH Supcrintemlenl of Schools D. E. . Instrumental Music GRECO, Director If .fl mg. SAMVEI. SHIMI' Principal of ll igh School 111149: WMM? -aio f MRS. RUTH MORGAN, Director Vocal Music , X R JZNZ 5 fr : P f ki 4 N M Senior Class President .... Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer ....... Sponsors: Miss Len Bagby, Virginia Bacca, Grace Barkley, Helen Carnes, Betty Cash, Marilyn Cenadella, Genevieve Chrest, Mary Ann Corra, Anna Decaminada, Anna Dokes, Florence Fahner, Jean Fiedler, Wilma Finn, Eva Hawkins, Jennie Holman, Augusta Holmes, Betty Hufford, Romaine Hutmire, Doris Ickes, Roberta Jackson, Rosie Kappler, Betty Keffer, Wanda Kelly, Catherine Kennedy, Helen Laughlin, Dorothy Masnaghetti, Norma Maurer, Mary Jane McClave, Ann McConnell. Virginia McCue, Thelma Miller, Mary E. Mosher, Kathryn Myers, -Clara Petty, Betty Pettay, Beverly Phillips, Edna Poulson, Mary L. Romig, Lucille Ross, Clara ORGANIZATION k, Miss McCann, Mr. Aplin, Schreiner, Arlene Seiber, Thelma Septer, Geraldine Shaffer, Wilma Shinabery, Margarette Simpson, Phyllis Sproul, Arlene Starkey, Mary Terakedis, Thelma Vesco, Anna West, Marjorie West, Wilma White, Hetty Wilcoxen, Ethel Xenos. Sophie Albaugh, James Baker, Charles Baker, Harry Berkshire, Eugene Birney, Dwight Brown, James Costa, William Cramer, Harry Davis, Harold Deromedi, Joseph Douglass, Harold Dudziak, Stanley Ferguson, Donald Ferrai, Bruno Fisher, Bill Fouts, Robert Fuller, William Furbay, Donald Furbay, Jack Gilmore, Robert Gooding, James Hasseman, David Haugh, Melvin Haverfield, Joseph .. Norma Masnaghetti .. William Renneckar . . . . . Hetty White Hetty Mr. Riffer. 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Pres. 2. 33 International Relations Club 41 Home Economics 1. HARRY CRAMER General Science 1: Pen- manship Club lg Band 2, ll. 4. ANNA DECAMINADA G. A. A. 1. 2. Cabinet Il, V. Pres. 43 Dramatics ll, Sec-Treas. 45 G. R. 2, 33 Latin Club 2: Short Story Club l: Pemnanship Club 1. JOSEPH DEROMEDI Short Story Club 2: General Science 13 Physical Educa- tion 1g Biology Club 24 Civics Club 4: Debate Club 4. This Page is Sponsored by The Stillwater Clay Products Co. HAROLD DOUGLASS Agriculture Club 1: General Science lg Biology Club 2: Mechanical Drawing 4. WILMA FIEDLER G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 23 French Club Treas. 3. Sou. 43 Chorus lg G. R. 2. 3, 4. WALTER ERVIN Gvnerzil Science- I. J. Mechanical Drawing 3. 4. JENNIE HAWKINS Short Story Club 25 Pen- lIlllllShlD 33 Drznnatics 3. 4: llolno EO0IlUllllCS 1. BRUNO FERRAI Woodworking 1: Biology Club 2. R 9 MILDRED FAHNER w fe-do Prlws. 4. ort Story Club 2. 3, V. STANLEY DUDZIAK Physical Education 1, 15: Football Varsity 3. Captain 43 Basketball Varsity 3, 4. EVA FINN G. A. A. 2: Dracaintra 4. DONALD FERGUSON . l always let others say their say. J And l remain quiet in my 5 ve-ry own way. AUGUSTA HOLMAN Home EC0ll0lllll7S lg G. A. This Page is Sponsored by The Stillwater Clay Products Co. BETTY HOLMES Latin Club 1. Treas. 23 llramaties 13 G. A. A. 1, 2, Ex. Bd. 3. Treas. 43 G. R. 2. 3, See. 43 French Club V. Pres. 3. 43 Pep Club 4. ROBERT FOUTS Drum Major 3. 43 Latin Club Sec. 1. 23 French Club 3. Sec. 43 Gen. Science Sec. 1. 23 Conservation Club Sec. 2. 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Physical Education 1. DOROTHY LAUGHLIN G. R. 43 G. A. A. 4: Pep Club 4. DONALD FURBAY Football 1. Varsity 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3, Manager 43 Track Varsity 1, 2. 3, 43 Varsity U 1, 2. ROSIE JACKSON Home Economics 13 French Club 33 Penmanship Club 4. BILL FISHER Track 13 Physical Educa- tion 13 Biology Club 23 Conservation 2. 33 Typing Club 3, 4. ROMAINE HUFFORD G. R. 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 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TED KEESEY "A little nonsense now and thou, is relished by the best ot' men." BEVERLY PETTAY Pl-llllllllllSlll1l Club Trvas. 4.' LENO LANER Football l. 2. 3. 43 Travk l, 2. 3. 43 Agl'l0lllllll'P Club 1. EDNA PHILLIPS G. A. A. 2. 3. 43 Biology Club 23 Dl'ill'0lll'l'il Cl. 43 t'urrt'nt Events Club Treas. l. 23 International Relations Club 23 Suliolarsliip 2. 'Q' i '33 EDWIN JONES Latin Club 1. 23 General Svieiice 13 Pllysical Educa- tion 13 Hi-Y 43 Mechanical llrziwing 3. 4. CLARA MYERS Short Story Club 4. ROBERT KILPATRICK Conservation, Agriculture 1. 23 Civics Club 33 General Science 1. BETTY PETTY Home Econoniics lg Hand l. 2. 3. 43 tl. 11.3. 4. NORMAN LEWIS General Sc-ienve 13 Latin Club lg Rand 23 lli-Y 43 Black Kz Gold 4. This Page is Sponsored by The Superior Clay Corporation KENNETH LINT General Science Club 13 Short Story Club Pres, 13 Agricultural Club 23 Current Events 23 Choral Club Pres. 3. ESTHER ROGERS Penmanship 33 Sho1't .Story Club 4. 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Young, Frank Charles SOPHOMORE CLASS A 'I H '1 is Freshmen Class Sponsors: Mr. Covert, Miss Green, Miss Daugherty, Mr. Wiand Audrey Anderson Emily Arthurs Gloria Berg Eileen Besozzi Kathryn Browning Edith Bucey Ruth Carnes Clara Cattani Opal Cecil Julia Ceschini Hope Chaddock ' Betty Copeland Ruth Costa Pauline Dalpiaz Anna Davis Marie Devore Betty Dunkle Lois Edwards Audrey Engstrom Maxine Engstrom Arline Fairall Eileene Foote Ruth Freeland Maxine Frye Flora Fuller Cleo Furbay Joan Garner Pauline Carpenter Thyra Granville Norma Gross Eileen Guthrie Gloria Handron Norma Helter Maxine Hilda Henry Marjorie I-Iensel Jean Huber Willietta Hughes Margaret Hum Dale Hutson Evelyn Jenkins Jean Johnson Hazel Joseph Faye Kail Dorothy Kinsey Norma Kinsey Beatrice Lewis Eileen Lewis Pauline Lewis Mary E. Maple Florence Marigoni Doris McBeth Jane Mears Marjorie Miles Jo Anne Mohn Fefe Morris Connie Newton Ethel Newton Hazel Norris du Theda Northam Geneva Olmstead Katherine Page Peggy Page Alice Plotts Marjorie Plotts Norma Plotts Eleanor Reed Rosemary Ridgway Betty Robinson Catherine Robinson June Roth Chrystel Sergent Alma Shaffer Modelle Shaffer Carol Shinaberry Betty Staley Irma Staley Theoda Staley Virginia Staley Clarice Stevens Verna Stoner Marjorie Stucin Betty Thompson Pearl Wagstaff Jane Wallace Joan White Blanche Wolfe Marjorie Kinsey Paul Aeschliman Everett Andrews Clyde Bean James Beck Lester Bentert Donald Besozzi Fred Bower Richard Brindley James Buokmaster Donald Cady Ralph Caples Fred Carpenter Clarence Carpenter Pete Carpenter Robert Chaney Doyle Chrest Walter Colvin Herbert Criies Elmer Daugherty John Ditcher Robert Douglass Francis Dunn Oscar Eckhardt Edward El-wood William Elvin Buster Ferguson Francis Fox Robert Frantz Donald Gardner ...2 8... Dale Grandison Homer Hammel Charles Henry Alvin Herndon .lack Holcomb William Howard Milford Howell Walter Howell Charles Jones Norman Joseph Carl Kail Daniel Lehigh Clarence LeMasters Leroy Mahaffey Walter Mahaffey Donald Marsh Charles Martin Louis Maurer Howard Mears Dean Merryman Oliver Morgan Hal Oberholzer John Page Tracy Page Howard Parks William Passeri Robert Pedrotty Eddy Petty Dean Phillips William Pongratz Jack Ries Robert Riley Ben Ripley Delbert Scott Donald Shamel Sam Shimp Junior Shuss Herbert Sinden Carl Slekovec Ray Smitley Robert Starkey Charles Stocker Robert Swagert Sam Terakedis Donald Thompson Richard- Trinlett Vincent Tykla Jack Urban Robert Walker Donald West Homer West Richard Whitehouse Robert Willison David Wilson Ed Wolf Curtis Wright, Roy Hunt Freshmen Freshmen 1 J ORGANIZATIONS -31- x ' ,fi i E ASSICAL LEAGUE C L JUNIOR Senior Home Economics Clase The Lunch Room Class served an average of fifty lunches each day this yea1'. The Lunch Room Motto is "Nothing Served Here But the Best." The class is under the management of Miss llnrsey. .lean Fahner received "The Home Makers Certificate of Honor" for having the highest four year average in Home Economics. Members of the Lunch Room Class are: Grace Bacua, Genevieve Cenadella. Wilda Chandler, Helen Jean Clark, Roberta Errington, Jean Fahner, Eileen Fowler, Dorothy Gowins, Jennie Hawkins, Ruth Henry, Agusta Holman. Doris Hutmire. Dorothy Laughlin, Norma Masnaghetti, Erma McMullen, Beverly Pettay, Esther Rogers, Margarette Shinaherry, Hattie Starkey, Nettie Stewart, Thelma Terakedis, Betty Tocoian, Sophie Xenos and Thelma McCue. The Junior Classical League The Junior Classical League, an affiliate of the National Jr. Classical League, this ycar regularly divides its programs into two parts, the first devoted to student reports on mythology. and the second to songs and games ill Latin, designed to futher the knowledgc of the language, as well as to entertain the members. The officers for the first, semester were as follows: Consuls, Darlene Blackwell and Norma Hutsong Secretary. Ruth McCulloughg Treasurer, Johnny McMatl1g for the second semester, goiisliilsdfeaii Wood and Margaret Holmesg Secretary, Billie Beckettg Treasurer, Darlene ac 'we . -33- HI-Y CLUB Dracomtra The llraconitra Club, which is under the supervision of Miss llangherty, l't'lll'0S0lli'4 dramia. comedy, and tragedy. The club consists of thirty-one students. The officers are as follows: President. Betty Carina-sg Sec.-Treats.. Anna Decaminadag Pl'0f.'Ql'Llll1 Manager. Arlene Schreiner. The two main purposes of this club are to improve the individual's acting ability and to aid him in overcoming stage fright. This organization is striving to attain a highly achieved role in the field ot' Dramatic Art. I-Ii-Y Club The Hi-Y Club is a chapter of the National Y. M. C. A. of America. The club stands t'or clean sportsmanship. and scholarship. It also maintains high standards in Christian character. This year's program was high-lighted by a father and son banquet and a one- act play presented to the high school at assembly. The sponsor of the club is Mr. Brown. Bob Lytle is the president. Vice president is Jack Furbayg Bob Pittis serves as secretary, and the treasurer is Bill Renneckar, Dick Pearch was appointed song leader. -3 5- Z GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION G. A. A. STAFF Girls' Athletic Association Clara Ross has been a very active president of the G. A. A. this year in arranging social doings and business duties. The other officers are Anna Deeaminada. V. Pres.3 Ethel Wilt-oxon, Sec.: Betty Holmes. 'l'reas.g Helene Kennedy. Arlene Schreiner. Helen Berkeley. Jean VVood. Shirley Gossett. and Betty Carnes. The club has played volleyball. baseball, captain ball, and basketball. Teams have been picked for each of these sports. . For their assembly program the G. A. A. Club staged a basketball game in the gymnasium between the Juniors and the Seniors. the Juniors being the winners. Miss Lenk and Miss Daugherty are the sponsors. .-37.-. I The District Scholarship Team rw lht- 11140 Inslrim-t Scfliolursliip 'l'eznn. which consisterl ol' 30 pupils. taking exuininaitions in iinllvnliizil snhjvcls, two to ezlvil snhjvvt. niude :in excellent rating in the Athvns tlistrivt and an Sllllt'l'l0l' l'llllllS,'. tho higln-st possible rating. in the- state as zi wlxolv. Thx- nit-nilwrs ot' the' toznn and the standing they ztcliivverl in the Athens tlistrivt is as 'ollowsz Biology. Dorothy Mc-Cort ilcl.. Roy Williams 311.3 Clivmistry. t'lizirlvs lliggle l1th., Ile-an Illotts Ng Goiicwul Svic-lice-, liuwreiice Henry tl. Fretl Alirlwaittzi 53 Physics. Fostsfr 1.4-wis 1, Sinn 'l'lirnsh 153 .-Xlgolrm 1. Edwin Spoiicei' 103 Plain tleonwtry. Georgt- Qtovkvr 1113 All19l'lCG.lll History. .lack Wlieelvr 1. Bill Roberts 15: World History. Paul Roth 10, Frvfl Olwrliolzer 153 Latin 1. t'leoi'p:iP Purlizis 1. Dzi1'le1iv Hlzwkwe-ll 23 Latin ll. .lonn Pupworili 2, liosv Naltoli Il: lfwiim-li I. Etlwl VVilc'oxon 3. Helen K+-nne-fly T3 English I. Gloria llnsh 11. liivliziiwl Lewis 103 English Il, Evelyn Singvrinani 12. Ve-ral Fisln-r 193 English Ill, Nlzlrjorief Murphy T3 Enpglisll IV. t'lizirle-s Hefling 2. lVIz1riv Xnclorson 5. Utlwr stnfle-nts who took lmrt in tho vonte-st wore' .lolin Sliinuhm-ri'y. t'hnrlvs Yonng' incl .lim liznrklvy. This Page is Sponsored by The Hicks Company --38- Senior Scholarship Team The 1941 Senior Scholarship Team will consist of the following pupils: Dean Plotts, Jack Wheeler, I-Koh Hite, Dwight Birney, Norman Lewis. Ethel Wilcoxon. Wanda Keffer, Helene Kennedy, and Marjorie West. As it is still too early to have the returns of the Senior Scholarship Tests we will give you results obtained by the 1940 team. Foster Lewis was the first in Tuscarawas county, Charles Hefling second. .Iohn Cecil eighth, Marie Anderson and James McC1ave honorable mention. This is a very good showing and the first time in a number of years Uhrichsville High School has had the honor of receiving both first and second places. This Page is Sponsored by The Dennison Water Supply Co. -SQ- GIRL RESERVES CLUB GIRL RESERVES CABINET Girls' Reserve Club The President of the G. R. Club is Ann McC'lave. Other officers are as follows: V. Pres.. .lainie Maurer: Sec.. lletty l-Iolinesg Treats.. lflthel Wilcoxong Socinl. Hetty White: Service. Helen Kennedy: Etiquette. Dorothy Mc-Cort: Hobby. Dorothy Hague: Propzrzun. Clara Ross: and Music, Mury Jean F'urnier. For their ussenibly progrzttn this yeztr the Girls' Reserves staged a talent show. Some other social doings this club has had this year ure u party for the Dennison Girl Reserves. dances. and il ten. There ure two nieetings held each month-one night meeting and u day meeting. In the night meetings. there have been niuny interesting speakers. For instance, Miss Berry gave at talk on etiquette and Miss .lean Mitchell. at librarian. gave an educational speech on puppets. The sponsor is Miss VVeininger. who hats nlwnys been boosting the club's activities. SCIENCE CLUB CURRENT EVENTS and I. R. CLUBS The International Relations Club The International Relations Club is affiliated with a nationally known organization, The Carnegie Peace Foundation. The purpose of this club is to acquaint people of this nation with other nations in the hope that this knowledge will lessen the desire for war. The high school sponsor is Miss McCann. The president is Bill Robinson. the vice president is Bill Urban, and John Cole has the job of secretary and treasurer. The Current Events Club The Current Events Club meets once a week and reports 011 current news. These reports are taken from the newspapers or from news flashes which are broadcast over the radio. Miss McCann sponsors this club. Paul Roth serves as President, and Dwight, llirney is the Secretary and Treasurer. The General Science Club The General Science Club is one of the niost interesting clubs in the high school. Ai each meeting demonstrations are given either by the sponsor, Mr. Cory, or by the members themselves. The officers of the club are: President Jack Urban. Vice Pres. Bob Riley, and Secretary-Treasurer, Dick Triplett. -43- BIOLOGY CLUB DEBATE CLUB M44- Short Story Club The President of the Short Story Club is Wanda Keffer and the sponsor is Mr Mitchell. Betty Hite is the Vice Pres. and Arlene Sproul, the See.-Treas. The meetings are spent in reporting on short stories and poems and telling jokes Dialogues are sometimes given and biographies of short story writers reported on Contests are held by the club. such as a proverbs contest. The club meets every Wednesday. Biology Club The Biology Club is open only to students who are taking biology. Each month the President, Jim Heakin. appoints one member to give a report pertaining to developments in biology. The high spot in the year was a swimming party held at the W. M. C. A. Tl1e Vine-Pres. is Clarence Henry and Betty Cusick has the double duty job of Secretary and Treasurer. Mr. Barnes is the sponsor. Debate Club The president of the Debate Club is Bob Smith. Dick Pearch is Vice Pres. and Bill Robinson, Secretary and Treasurer. Mr. Wiand is the sponsor. The purpose of the Debate Club is to promote interest and develop ability in debating and effective speaking. For assembly each year a debate is held on an interesting subject. This is not only entertaining but beneficial. -45... Le Cercle Francais Ibans notre ulnll les nienibres clesirenl coinprenflre la France- 4-I ls-s l4'ranc'ais. Nu etndions la civilisation francaise-la QM-lUf.2'l'2lIllll0. la litteratnrv. l'l11slorie', la ninsiqn l'art. et les cwontunies des Francais. Les lll'01-Il'2lllllllPS jvnx. et des chants francais. LES OFFICIERS UUIIIDUSPIII 1105 l'2lllhf'l'll'S, I 1940 1941 Pl'PSllll-'lllil ,,.,,, ,-- Helene Kennedy . - . llvlene NViIc'oX0n Vic-e-presidente -,- -- Marilyn Cowan ..., ,,,, Marilyn Cowan Sec-retaire ,,,, , M, Wilma Fiedler , H ,,,,,,, Robert Fonts 'I'resorivr .... . ........ Calvin Nicholls ..,..... Mary Ann Mcbowvll Conseillere W -, Miss Green Pour la fe-le dn Cercle Francais a IIASSEIIIIDIK-TO. l1l1QlQll0S nieinlnres ont pre-se-ntv nm piece dl'Hlll2ififllll-P. "Sa Faim est un Grand Inventeur". C'es1 une histoirf- do mls- soldats alnericains en France. Monsieur Grahucliet - - Marie--servants vu.- Colette-fservante v,,, Bob-soldat aniericain Dick-soldat ainericain LES PERSONNAGES Madame Crahuchet ..... Jacques .........,, ,.,, 3.4 6- HH, Robert Fonts -, Helene Kennedy -- Betty Carnes -- Jack Fnrhay ------ Carl Hall N Ethel Wilcoxnn ---- .lim Barkley The Black and Gold Tha- prinmry lllll'IlUSt' ot' tho lllac-k and Gold Cluh is to edit a school pane-r once- u, month. Tha- pups-1' is published hy the high school students. Mr. Milgatv and Mr. Aplin are the sponsors. Co-editors -- ........ Roy Williams, Rose Natoli Sports .,,. -- Fred Oberholzer, Richard Ueltsohy l,itex-zitiiw -- ....................... Gloria Bush Columnists ...,.,. ..- Bill Fuller. lVlz1rilyn Cowan lhlsilwss Manager ..... ..,...... . --- Jim Barkley Circulation M2lllklH9l'S ..... --- Jack Furhay, Bob Miller Cartoonists ....,,Y............,,......,,.. Mary Miller. Vera Fisher Typists ---..- -- Mary Jane Maurer, Lucile Romig, Romaine I-Iufford Reporters -- ,, ..... Adaline Quimby, Gladys Fetter, Bob Frantz, Dorothy I-Iasseman. Marilyn Cash, Dorothy Hague, Nova Gossett, Orpha Winninghani, Dorothy McC01't, Maryann McDowell, Thelma Taylor -,-47.. . PENMANFHIP CLUB CIVICS CLUB -4.5- Dramatics Club This club is under the leadership ot' Mr. Mitchell. The President is Norma Masnag- hetli. the Vice Pres., Jim Heakiu, and the Sec.-Treas., Francis Masnaghetti. ln their meetings biographies are given, new plays are discussed, and question bees and spelling bees are held concerning drama. On certain days plays are staged for the club. For their assembly program the llramatics Club members put on a comedy entitled "Comin' Round the Mountain". Penmanship Club The l'enmanship Club meets every Monday under the sponsorship of Mr. Aplin. The goal of the club is to create a better grade of handwriting. About once a week the members are required to write. Their papers are judged and graded by Erma McMullen, Dorothy Copeland. and Mary .lean Ilaliglierty. The president is Ruth Kinsey: vice presi- dent is llattie Starkey. and Beverly Pettay is the secretary and treasurer. Civics Club The president of the Civics Club is Clyde Baker. Harry Humrighouse is vice president and June liappler is the secretary and treasurer. Mr. Wiand is the sponsor. The club meetings are held every Friday to study and discuss civic terms, problems, ideals, and personalities with a view to improving citizenship. 149, CHOR.-XL CLUB Choral Club One of the important organizations of the high school is the Choral Club, under the direction of Mrs. Morgan. The club consists of approxi- mately 55 members, including seniors, juniors, and sophomores. On March 22, the group entered a district contest at Muskingum, after having spent much time practicing their vocal numbers. The Choral Club has participated in several assembly programs, and along with the band, presented a delightful program on March 12. Mrs. Morgan has especially emphasized clearness of tone and has been drilling the grades to prepare them for later work in high school. MEMBERS Shirley Anderson Vivian Allensworth Marylyn Cowan Clara Daugherty Mary Edwards Vera Fisher Mary Farmer Vera Ferrell Shirley Gossett Wilma Glass Grace Harshey Thelma Hurless Esther Haugh Joan Hines Vera Johnson Cleo Kilpatrick Mary Helen Long Dorothy MCC0l't Kay Mosher Shirley Miles Majorie McDowell Ann McClave Marian Myers Rose Natoli Joan O'Guin Joan Papworth Adeline Quimby Lois Roberts Lucile Romig Margaret Rentch Elaine Smith Phyllis Simpson Ruth Stull Gloria Bush Rose Schneider Mary Starkey Hetty White Orpha Winningham Jean Wood Helen Wilcoxon Margaret Williams Alvin Arthurs Jim Barkley Paul Clark Junior Dunn William Fuller Duane Flagg Kenneth Heston Carl Hall Harry Hunt Joe Haverfield Clarence LeMasters Norman Irvin 1 Richard Johnson Kenneth Lint Dick McClave Robert Miller Fred Masnaghetti Calvin Nichols Bill Renneckar Robert Stocker Robert Smith Glenn Smith William Urban Robert VanLehn Roy Williams Dick Whitehouse Leno Laner -5 1- ' BAND HOOL UHRICHSVILLE HIGH SC The Band The Band, under the direction of Mr. Dominic Greco, has been doing excellent work this year as usual. March 22, the band received Superior rating at Muskingum College. The Band Mothers with their loyal support have supplied the Junior Band with new uniforms. Drum Majors - Robert Fouts and Margie Ann Rentch Color Bearers - Robert Stocker and Harry Cramer, Jr. Flute - Fred Bower and Jack Lindsay Bb Clarinet - James McCullough, Ann McClave, Tony Webner, Jim Campbell, Robert Van Lehn, Herald Heston, Fred Masnaghetti, Lester Eugene Telle, James Ashle- man, Junior Dunn, Jack Morris, Dick Brindley, Richard Miller, Bryon Kirkpatrick, Charles Gossett., Theoda Staley, Betty Lipton, Marjorie Hensel, Byron Jones Alto Clarinet - Janie Maurer Bass Clarinet - Mary Farmer and Peggy Bailey Oboe - Betty Schwab and Georgia Parhas Bassoon - Romaine Hufford and Betty Lobb Soprano Saxophone - Joan Spear Eb Alto Saxophone - Vera Fisher, Virginia Roby, Jack Stannart, and Hudson Hillyer Tenor Saxophone - Vera Johnson and Mary Starkey Baritone Saxophone - Jack Furbay Cornet - Tom Haverfleld, Gloria Berg, Hetty White, Dick McClave, Clara Daugherty, Dorothy Armstrong, Doris Mae Burnes, Junior McClave, and Beatrice Lewis Trumpet - Ruth Anne Carnes, Sam Shimp, Robert Hite, and Joe Walker French Horn - Bill Bower, Marjorie West, Ethel Wilcoxon, Peggy Schwab, and Edna Fisher Trombone - Kathryn Mosher, Evelyn Singerman, Betty Lou Petty, Carl Hall, Lucille Newton, Fran Chaddock Baritone - Elaine Smith, Patty Smith, and Bob Walker Bass - Charles Baker, Dick Whitehouse, Marjorie Marstrell, and Robert Romig Drums - Jim Beck, Charles Henry, Eddy Petty, Joe Brown, and Bob Wade Bass Viol - Duane Flagg Cymbals - Paul Allenderfer and Duane Flagg Bass Drum - Bob Chaney -53- THE ORCHESTRA MR. GRECO AND DRUM MAJORS The Orchestra The high school orchestra under the leadership of Mr. Greco has taken an active part in the assembly programs and other school functions during this term. The personnel of the orchestra is as follows: Violins - Joan Papworth. Georgia Parlins. Edith Whitehouse. Dorothy Shimp, Patty Morris, Ruth Ronald, and Donna Roth Viola - Joyce Pupworth: Cello -- Dick Whitehouseg Bass Viol - Duane Flaegg Flute - Fred Bower: Oboe - Betty Schwab: Bassoon S Rolnaine Hufford Clurinets - Ann McClave, Jim Campbell, and Theoda Staley Alto Clarinet - Janie Maurerg Alto Saxophone - Virginia Rohy Cornet - Hetty White. 'l'o1n l-laverfield, and Dick Mcfllave F11-licli Horn - Marjorie VVest 'Froinhone -e Katherine Mosher and Evelyn Siiige-i'1ii:11ig Buss -V V- Clmrles Bake-r l'i:ino - fe Bill Reiilievkuii Drum W- .lim Beck -55- gseffrzff-'ii -' "df 1 W IS? -. Will ofthe Class of 1941 We, the class of "41", do hereby bequeath our following traits to the lower classmen Bob Fouts, to Nick Free my bewitching smile. Betty Carnes, to Rose Anne Schneider my dramatic technique. Bob Lytle, to "Adey" Mosher my basketball brilliance. Ann McClave, to Dorothy Hague my continual and incessant talking. Bill Renneckar, to Dick McClave my sunny disposition. Hetty White, to Peg Williams my popularity. Jack Furbay, to Steve Abrom my feminine appeal. Janie Maurer, to Margie Rentch my cute actions. Dean Plotts, to Jim Barkley my scientific ability. Virginia McConnell, to Shirley Gossett my pleasant nature. "Snuffy" Smith, to Tom Haverfield my gift of gab. Ethel Wilcoxon, to Georgia Parhas my brilliance in languages. Speed Reed, to Harry Gephart my speed. Romaine Hufford, to Helen Wilcoxon my originality. Bud Baker, to Bob Romig my tuba playing. Norma Masnaghetti, to Dorothy McCort my quiet dignity. "Butch" Pittis, to Jake Miller my rosy blush. Stan Dudziak, to Mike Abrom my laughing eyes. Mary E. Miller, to Vera Fisher my artistic talent. Dick Pearch, to Bob Winnlngham my knack of getting into trouble. Lucile Romig, to Evelyn Singerman my charming manners. Bob Miller, to Jack Rosenberry my never failing "Hi" to everybody. Helen Kennedy, to Clara Daugherty my infectious laugh. Mary Poulson, to Mary Farmer my pleasing personality. Joe Haverfield, to Paul McPeek my booming voice. Mary Starkey, to Orpha Winningham my expressive eyes. -56- TQ: 25 m fx KD X f f A ' X f Ji ATHLE-TlCS .t'T' 4 . The Track of 1940 The Black and Gold track team was in four meets this last year. Three ot' the four lneets were held at the Uhriehsville stadium. On April 27. an invitation meet was held at the Uhriehsville stadium with seven teams entered in the competition. St. Clairsville's team took first place with T1-1123 pointsg llhrichsville and Dennison tied t'or second place honors with 50 points eachg Midvale's Bluedevils were next, with 26-113 pointsg Sugarcreek with 11-Ifil. Dresden with ll-1134 points and West Lafayette with 9 points. The track team next went to Newark and entered the Newark Relays lrnt were laced with some had luck and didn't place in the meet. On May 10, a dual meet was held with our most, hitter foe, Dennison. Our team came through the winner by getting 69 points to Dennison's 633. 'l'he Annual Eastern Ohio District Meet was the next and last meet for our team. The team wasn't very successful and only placed fifth, being: heaten ont hy St. Clairsvillei Bellaire, Barnesville, and Dennison. Those receiving track awards were: Donald Fnrlmay. William Gowins. Robert Long. Albert, Marigoni, James Mefllave, Paul Mel'eek, Wilfred Patterson. Ed Pavalns. Alhert Reed. Kenneth Schreiner, lid Thompson. Dean Sensanhangher. Lee Tippett. Earl VVarner. Robert Wand. Charles White. Fharles Wolfe. Sam Mct'lave, and Hill Wright, Manager. -53- The Cheerleaders Our cheerleaders this year can be given much praise for their ability to arouse spirit. and their alertness in everything concerning the U. H. S. teams. Last year before most of the football games the cheerleaders held a snake dance and sometimes a bonfire. where the entire group gathered around a huge fire and gave their cheers. At the basketball games they were always on their toes and never gave up cheering for the U. H. S. team. winning or losing. They made up new cheers and broke the monotony of the same old ones heard year after year. Most of them missed very few games and usually the U. I-I. S. cheering section was as good as or better than the opposing section at the games played out of town. The cheerleaders are Shirley Miles, Virginia Northam. Ida Lauer, and Hope Chaddock, and we believe the students should be p1'oud of them and the work they did this year. We hope they will be given eve11 greater support by the student body next year in organizing a Pep Club which will be active at all games and become an outstanding club of the school. -5 9- C U THE FOOTBALL SQUAD , 1 Football 1940 The Uhrichsville Tigers' gridiron season wasn't very successful with a record of three wins and six reverses. The team was a scrappy bunch and the boys had the fight and spirit, but many of them lacked experience. Robert Maurer, guard. and Dean Sensanbaugher, halfback, both had the honor of being placed on the first team of the Eastern Ohio League. Stanley Dudziak was placed on the second team. Mr. Adams is looking forward in 1941 to one of Uhrichsville's most successful football seasons. The reason for his prediction is that of the eighteen varsity men this year fourteen of them will report for practice this coming fall. The following boys received varsity football letters: Stanley Dudziak lCapt.l, Donald Furbay, Leno Laner, John Terakedis, Mike Abrom, Paul Coventry, Steve Xenos, Earl Warner, Jack Rosenbery, Robert Maurer, Paul McPeek, Frank Terakedis, Steve Abrom. James Ashleman, Harry Gephart, Ed Pavalus, Dean Sensanbaugher, Donald Besozzi and Robert Lytle, Manager. The 1940 season's scores are as follows: U. H. S. -- -- 0 Carrollton ..... --- 13 U. H. S. -- --- 13 Newcomerstown --- -- 25 U. H. S. -- --- 32 Cadiz ....... --- -- 0 U. H. S. -- --- 12 Millersburg -- -- 0 U. H. S. -.. -- 0 Dennison -- -- 49 U. H. S. -- --- -- 7 Dover ---- -- 30 U. H, S. -- ..--.. .... --- 12 Barnesville -- -- 0 U. H. S. -- --- --- 13 North Canton --- -- 25 This Page is Sponsored by The Universal Sewer Pipe Corporation -61- YVFL i This Page is Sponsored by The Universal Sewer Pipe Corporation T52- . SQLQ-X D E BASKE'I'I-ZA LI TH Basketball 1940-41 . The past season is the best a Black and Gold Cage team has had since 1934-35. The team having only one boy reaching the six foot mark was battling against taller, larger boys all season. Our team was one of the scrappiest teams that has battled for the high school, and set a team scoring record for the school with 674 points in 19 games. Easily downing Coshocton Sacred Heart in their opening game, the team then lost the services of their coach Mr. Harry Willett, who accepted a position at Lorain High School. Mr. Adams took over the head coaching job. The Tigers then lost a game to the Canton Timken Vocational and won from Carrollton and Newcomerstown. The teain went into a slump and lost four straight games. They started on the right track by again beating Carrollton, but a few days later they suffered their worst defeat of the season at the hands of the New Philadelphia defending State Champions. Jolted by this defeat, the Tigers set to work and started to play some of the best basketball a U. H. S. team has produced in many a year. They won seven straight games, one of the victories being a revenge over the New Philadelphia Quaker to the tune of 38 to 30. With seven wins behind them the Tigers were determined tb defeat the Crimson Tornado from Dover. The boys played hard, but the height of the visiting team took its toll, and the team came out on the short end of a 34 to 30 score. In the District Tournament the Black and Gold Cagers were upset by Barnesville whom the Tigers had previously defeated during the regular season. Two regulars were out of the game for the Tigers because of injuries. The Tigers placed second in the Eastern Ohio League which was headed by Dennison. However, when the all league team was picked, Uhrichsville placed two boys on the first team: Stanley Dudziak, center, and Robert Lytle, guard. Albert "Speed' Reed and Nick Free were placed on the second team. 1 The following boys received varsity basketball awards: Robert Lytle lCapt.l. Stanley Dudziak, Jack Furbay, Albert Reed, James Gooding, Robert Stocker, Adrian Mosher, Dean Sensanbaugher, Nick Free, and Donald Furbay, Manager. ...fig- ' i Y " it 511-- HASKETHALLTEABI VARHTY yrs-Q,-1 1y':-qg.-f-ve-r-w.c- ,waxy 1.-1 "',.'m-r,3v.-nr. ---- 1 ,v 7---.g gl :-gg-wggq-.qv,egQ,g Varsity Basketb all Scores Coshocton Sacred Heart --- ----- Canton Timken ........ ..... Carrollton ..... Newcomerstown --- ----- Dennison ..... Canton Timken -- ----- Dover .... - - - - - Dennison - - Carrollton ....... ..... New Philadelphia Cadiz ........... ..... West Lafayette --- ----- Barnesville ....... --- New Philadelphia West Lafayette -- ----- Cadiz ........... ..... Newcomerstown -- ----- Dover ........................ ..... Tournament with Barnesville ........ . , ---11-:env-:.g M " - 2,-1':ar'z..:3-l, .L . ' "" , . 1. ki" N., 1.1 '-If H ey gt. Y ' iii? 4 - 3. 2 xi A, aw uf J 3 '11 -' I If E 3. 1 'Al B 3, I X' rd ,Y uv. H Q2 5 31, , .,. -R 'R' Y' GN F 35 S' FRESH MAN TEAM ,Q--I 'xx I 2'-'J w.' fi A,..f,:,W efflux Zi' 441 A . , :I X -V '56-.25 f- rr. '-wi. :'5'fi3'-.rafl A af f- A m- .,!:., g ,,.t.F':S!s . -' - 4...-. - VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM -.66-. Class Prophecy One morning as I was climbing into my monoplane, someone came running from the hangar, and I found it was my cousin, Don Furbay, who wanted to go with me. After being in the air a while, we decided to la11d and get a bite to eat. We landed at Little Bend airport, and much to our surprise the first person to greet us was Bob Fonts, who was chief mechanic at the airport. As we walked into the restaurant in the hangar, Don and I recognized the young lady behind the information desk as Betty Carnes. When she saw who it was, she started firing questions at us, such as: Is Mary E. Miller still drawing cartoons for the Evening Chronicle? How is Dean Plott's new Super Service Station coming along? When is Bill Renneckar's musical show coming to Little Bend? We finally found the lunch room, and the waitress there was none other than Jean Fahner. After inquiring about other people around Little Bend that we knew, she told us that Jack Wheeler was manager of a Wholesale Hardwa1'e Company, Carl Pocock was a prominent hotel clerk, Harry Hunt being house detective in the same hotel. She told us Bill Robinson and Dick Pearch were co-owners of the great speedway at Little Bend. By evening we were flying over the Ozark Plateau. We landed, and started looking for a place to sleep. Our cab driver. Dean Mallernee. took us to Bagby's Barn, which was just outside Quakerstown. Virginia was proprietor and Jim Brown, the bellhop. Jim asked us if we knew that Margie West and her all-girl orchestra, featuring Kay Mosher, were entertaining the guests. In the ballroom we met Eugene Berkshire, the mayor of Quakerstown. He informed us that Harold Davis, Norman Lewis, Kennith Lint, and Roy Rogers were all prominent men in Quakerstown. The mayor told us Bob Hite ran a catsup factory, and Joe Haverfield was foreman in Howard McPeek's watch factory. Coach Bob Lytle's excellent season of basketball at Quakerstown High had pleased everyone. Johnny Terakedis was head football coach, assisted by Leno Laner. As we approached the pool to do some swimming, wc noticed fancy diving being done by Arlene Schreiner and Mary Starkey, whose profession was dress designing. They told us Phyllis Simpson was living quietly in Maine. We also found that Dwight Birney was a prominent doctor. Six fellows who had been traveling for the Smetts 81 Ferrai Book Company in Texas had narrowly escaped injury when their car overturned. Bob Swaney, Ted Keesey, Craig Murray, Harold Douglass, Don Fenuson, and James Albaugh, all employees of the company, were the occupants of the car. When we arrived at "The Barn" for breakfast we found that Anna Decaminada was the cook, and a good one at that. We went to the hospital to see our friends and found the head nurse to be Hetty White. Betty Holmes, Jenny Hawkins, Wilma Fiedler, Romaine Hufford, and Virginia McConnell were all registered nurses. Our next stop was Flagpole, Arizona. We found that Bob Miller had a bakery there. Bob wanted to know if Warren McCauley had built a new flour mill yet. Bob took us to see Don McPhee, who was foreman of the cookie department. We told Don that Edwin Jones was operating a Pastry Shop back home. Miller had two of America's leading cake decorators. Dorothy Laughlin and Helen Barkley. ..67- Class Prophecy We went to Petty's Plate Lunch tBetty Petty, hostessj for lunch. We told Betty what was doing in Uhrichsville. Bob Pittis's meat market had burned down, and Bob had a job in Jim Gooding's Super Market. She didn't know that Ann McClave and Ethel Wilcoxon were teaching in Edna Phillips' school for girls. We told her that Marguerite Shinaberry was head of the Home Economics class of Uhrichsville Hi. Don Wires came into the restaurant having just returned from California where he was employed by Bill Roberts, one of the leading fruit producers. From Flagpole we went to Piny Wood, California, where Arthur Zucali, the great producer, was having the premier of his first big picture. Working for Arthur, Joe Deromedi was head of the publicity dep't.g Wilson Costa, Bill Fisher, and Franklin Shaffer were property men, Geraldine Septer and Betty Kappler were in charge of the makeup department, and Charles Baker was chief cameraman. Eva Finn and Florence Dokes were a triumphant success as singers. After this, we met Melvin Haugh, an oil magnate. He was driving a new autoinouiitf patented by the Charles Riggle Automobile Company. Our next stop was Stony Dam airport where we stayed at Bob Kilpatrick's hotel. We found that Walter Ervin was the guide on our sight-seeing bus. The most interesting sight was the Wallace Milk Plant. Glenn Smith, chief engineer at Stony Dam, entertained us and asked us if we had run into Doris Hutmire, Wanda Keffer, Wilma West, or Genivieve Cenedella, all working at the milk plant. We were overcome to find that Lucile Romig was Glenn's secretary. She told us that Grace Bacca and Norma Masnag- hetti were dong very well in the dress shop. At St. Pall we found Rosy Jackson and Augusta Holman teaching school, Speed Reed and Stan Dudziack playing professional basketball with a prominent team, and Anna Corra the owner of a small book store. We were told that Harry Baker was head of the St. Pall power plant. At the St. Pall Library we found Roberta Ickes as chief librarian, assisted by Thelma McCue, Arline Sproul, and Wilma Shaffer. We had supper at the home of Beverlay Pettay, who was employed by the Hasseman Paint Company. Just before leaving St. Pall we found out that Mary Poulson and Clara Ross had accepted positions as stenographers at Washington. When I returned to my office in Uhrichsville, my stenographer, Janie Maurer, told m-e that Bob Gilmore of the Gilmore Construction Company had received the plans for my new house, and I was to meet him in Snuffy Smith's new Drug Store. --Jack Furbay 'Q QQ' -.683 Can You Imagine James Albaugh with a frown? Edna Phillips minus blond hair? Billie Beckett without a boyfriend? Eugene Berkshire talking all the time? Bob Gilmore keeping quiet? "Ginny" Robey unable to talk? Harry Hunt without Joan? Duane Flagg bashful with the teachers? Chuck Young with black hair? Virginia Northam not giggling? Dorothy Laughlin a rowdy tomboy? U. H. S. without a good basketball team? Mr. Blair if no newspapers were published? Warren McCauley being unpleasant? Bob Stocker without a joke? Calvin Nicholls having an enemy? Shirley Miles not a cheerleader? Ed Pavalus without a U? Bill Fuller not sleepy? Glenn Smith being an English teacher? Leno Laner being a sissy? Virginia Bagby as a French teacher? Betty Carnes not inquisitive? Florence Dokes without dimples? Harry Humrighouse not ready with an argument? Eva Finn not a singer? Kay Mosher if there weren't a Dennison? "Tuck" Davis not speaking to any girls? -69- Echo Patrons E. J. Beitler R. W. Disher Wiest Brothers Shoes Purdy Studio Westhafer Hardware Ben Franklin Store J. S. Beck Cooper's Drycleaning The United Bank J. W. Renneckar Casey's Shoe Store Kopp Candy Co. J. C. Spear Scott Harrison Dr. W. R. Mellor Star Store Metropolitan Store Cappel's Grocery Neva Molesworth J. W. White Dr. B. Pilloff J. L, Plotts Wade Electric Twin City Oil Co. The Vogue Shop M Sz K Store The Men's Shop The Princess Shop J. W. Lytle Dr. P. H. Miller Chrest Motor Sales The Tot Shop Job's Barber Shop Roth's Super Service Dr. F. S. Johnson Ross Clay Products Co. Twin City Grocery Co. Hotel Buckeye Stylrite Beauty Shop The East Ohio Gas Co. A. Sn P. Super Market Greenlee's Store The Clay City Pipe Co. Mazurie Furniture Dr. S. E. Erbaugh J. E. Smith Edythe Beauty Shop H. C. Spring Davis Dairy Latto Sz Conwell Twin City Drycleaning Dr. R. E. Rainsberger The Evening Chronicle G. W. Reed F. E. Gooding Ka Sons E. R. Campbell, Tailor H. N. McPherson Gardner Beauty Shop The City Loan Paul F. Reed Grace's Beauty Shop R. B. Van Lehn 8x Son Brown's Music Shoppe Postel's General Store George Staley 8z Sons C. E. Molesworth Co. E. C. Downes Grocery Echo Patrons Superior Clay Corporation The Stillwater Clay Products Co. Dennison Sewer Pipe Corporation Universal Sewer Pipe Corporation Dennison Water Supply Co. Romig Insurance Agency The Dennison National Bank Twin City Greenhouse Ashelman's Food Market Dennison Coca Cola Bottling Co. Dr. Elizabeth Rowland Aplin Roanoke Auto Sales H. G. Clark Provision Co. R. A. Cox-Men's Store Jack Shaw, Hires Distributor La Porte 8z Sons Furniture Peoples Building 8z Loan Dean Hooker Shoe Repair Sales Giant Food Market Reliable Clothing Store H 8z A Cut Rate Drug Store Henry Pittis Meat Market Fred Fairall Construction Co. Charles E. La Porte Furbay Insurance Agency Patterson's Beauty Shop The Citzen Real Estate 8a Mortage Co. Keystone Shoe Store, J. S. Ward Mgr. SCEES ...711 The Evans Pipe Co. Harry Green Uhrichsville Ice Co. J. Pearch Lumber Co. The Hicks Co. Hunt Shoe Co. Francis M. Dunn City Auto Co. McCollam's 8z Sons Gibbs Chevrolet Twin City Electric Miller's Restaurant Wilcoxen Hardware Frock Shop Mrs. J. C. Rayl Charlton Electric P. G. Lanning 8a Son Twin City Hardware A1 Schwartz Don Marshall Johnson's Hardware F. B. 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