Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1949 volume:
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E HIGH SCHOOL
MR. HARRY VVILSON
We, the Class of 1949, proudly ded-
icate this "Echo" to Mr. Harry Wil-
son, our teacher, friend, and guide.
During our four years at Uhrichs-
ville High School, he has been an
inspiration to us,
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GLENN W. ZELLER
Superintendent of Schools
Director of Inaatruinental Music
Principal of the High School
MRS. RUTH MORGAN
Director of Vocal Music
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H. D. "Chick" MAURER
JASON J. MITCHELL
Physical Education and Head Coach
JACK MILGATE CLAYTON F. WOLFE
Commercial Civics and Basketball Coach
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MISS MARILYN BRADEN MRS. ALICE CHARMAN
Spanish and English Biology and Physical Education
CHARLES COSS ROBERT MCFADDEN
Manual Arts and Printing ' Mathematics
Assistant Coach Band Assistant
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JOHN HARSTINE MISS MARY LENK
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Science Manual Arts
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Samuel Shimp. . .
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Alice Charman .... ..............
R. E. Covert .....
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D. E. Greco .....
John Harstine. . .
Mildred Hursey. .
B. S. Mount Union
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. .B. S. Ohio, M. A. Columbia
. . . . .B. S. in Ed., Ohio University, Western Reserve
Muskingum, Instrumental Music
. . . .B. A. Muskingum, M. A. Ohio State
B. S. in Ed., Kent State
Mary Lenk .... Ohio Wesleyan, Kent State, A. B. Cincinnati, New York
H. D. Maurer ....
Jason Mitchell. . .
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Marilyn Braden. .
Clayton Wolfe. . .
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A. Baldwin Wallace, Ohio State
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Charles Coss. ...................... .
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.... .B. S. in Ed., Ohio State
John Milgate ...... B. S. in Ed., Ohio University, New York University
Edythe Brownt B. A., Ohio Wesleyan, Bliss Business College, Columbia
Mary Lou Hines ..................................... Secretary
Iona Craft 'W . . . .... Secretary
it replaced J. Woods Brown replaced Mary Lou Hines
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J. R. NORRIS
J. R. "Holley" Norris, our genial
Attendance Officer, has been with
us for the past four years. If it
hadn't been for Ropey, some of us
would have never made the grade.
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President ...... .... P utty Blackwell
Vice President .,.,. .... D onald Hillyer
Secretary-Treasurer .... --- ............. Harold Long
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Class Colors-Green and White
Class Flower-White Carnation
Class Motto-"Ambition has no res
Wanda J. Albaugli
James H. Anson
Verna F. Arnold
Vernon R. Arnold
Lei,9,'li-ton .I. Ault
Otis R. Barnett
Doris Jean B6llid6l'
Dorothy L. Birney
Patricia A. Blackwell
Gerald E. Holtz
Thelma J. Cady
Richard L. Colvin
Paul D. Cromley
Matilda A. Dalpiaz
Robert E. Dunn
Betty I. Fawcett
Shirley A. Fonts
Mary M. Galbreatli
Walter J. Gowins
Stella G. Guthrie
Barbara J. Guy
Betty L. Hamilton
Robert. W. Harding
Jay W. Hare
Ella Mae Heavilin
Donald P. Hillyer
Marjorie J. Hillycr
Naomi D. Holmes
Lois A. Hurray
Harriet E. James
Mary G. Just
H. Doyle Kinsey
Joanne Mary Kowars
Harold C. Long
Edna E. Leonhard
Norma Jean Mahaffey
Mary J. Markovich
James F. Maurer
John J. McCauley
Adeline L. McPeak
Doyle F. Metzger
David C. Miles
Marjorie A. lVIiller
Phyllis I. Miller
Paul E. Mishler
Dorothy E. Motley
Emma L. Page
Frances E. Patterson
Anna I. Ffeister
Delores M. Preston
.Ioan A. Prosser
Charles J. Ringler
Anna Jane Ripley
James M. Rose
Lois Ellen Schwab
Mary E. Scott
Marjorie L. Shamel
Gavin R. Shaw
John F. Sheeley
Helen Jo Shipton
Shirley Ann Snider
Jack C. Spear
Betty Lou Staley
Kenneth L. Stevens
Mildred .Ioan Stocker
Harold T. Ueltschy
Lola Mae Vickers
Dorothy L. Watson
Wilda Grace Wiest
Lester A. Wilson
Vivian Lucille Wilson
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WANDA ALBAUGH LEIGHTON AULT
Home Ee. 1. 2. 3, 43 G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 23 Trac-k 33 Boys' Chor. 1. Echo Staff.
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In Q Chnlus 1 Long. lean, and handy with a drawing penci'.
A maiden never bold. of spirits still and quiet.
JAMES ANaON G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, 43 D1'2lC0lllli'i1 13 F.
Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 4: Track 1, 3, 43 Basketball T- IN- PWS. 43 E11S9I1llll6 2, 3. 43 A Capella 3,
1, 2, 33 Football Mgr, 3, 43 Spec. Chor. 13 Boys' 43 Girls' Chorusg Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 43 Bus.
Chorus 1, 2. 43 A Capella 2, 43 Jr. Class Sec.3 Mflll P19110 Siilffl S12 SCh01Hl'Sl1il1-
Etlho Stun' The milclest manners and the brightest mind.
As gnucl as the best, but better than thc- rest.
OTIS R. BARN ETT
VERNA ARN0'-D F. T. A. 4, Football 1, 2, Var. 3, 4, Basketball
IL K Hy' 1' 2' 3, 4. 1, 2, Var. 3, 43 Truck 1, Var. 2, 43 Mixed
wmv ' Chorus 43 J1'. Class Pl'6S.Q Echo Staff.
lf quietness indicated wisdom, Verna would be n
library. The way to friends--is to he ax friend.
VERNON ARNOLD DOROTHY BIRNEY
U. H. gg' 1, 2, 3, 4, Tippecanoe 1. 2, 33 A Capella 43 Girls' Chor-
us Sec-Trens. 43 F. T. A. 4.
The world's no better if we worry3 life's no longer
if we hurry, Tall of stature, short of speech.
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G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, Cab. 43 Dracolxitra Hi-Y 43 Football 2, 3, Var. 43 Basketball
1, 23 F. T. A. 43 Black and Gold 43 Scholar- 23 Spec. Cho1'us 13 Music 2, 3, 4.
ship 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orch. 2, 43 Ensemble , , , A
2 .5 4. A Ca-Dena 2 2 4, qppc Choruq 1, A born optimist, he takes life as it comes.
Girls' Chorus 1. 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Sr. Class
nolrfiernsesense and common sense, and some room for MATH-DA DAL-PIAZ
Home Er-. 1, 2, 3, 4.
GERALD BOLTZ One who never fails to see the amusing side of life.
Hi-Y 3, V. Pres. 43 Dracomtra 33 Spec. Chorus
13 A Capella 2, 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
Track 13 Scholarsmhip 2, 33 Editor of Echo.
ROBERT A. DEMPSTER
Few things are impossible to diligence and skill.
F. T. A. 43 Football 2, 43 Spec. Chorus 1.
THELNIA CADY A little nonsense now and then is relished by the
best of men.
Home Ec. 1, 2, 3. 4. I
Life is one-fourth work, and three-fourths fun. l
take the three-fourths for my share. DENA FAILONI
F. T. A. 43 Special Chorus 13 A Capella. 2.
RICHARD COLVIN 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Pres. 43 Ensemble
2, 3, 4.
U. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 4.
With gentle, yet prevailing force, Intent upon her
Every man has his devilish moments. destined course.
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G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, 23, 45 lJ1'Z1CO.l1lll'E1 15 Al-
lied Youth 15 Girls' Chorus 1.
Home EC. 45 Mixed Chorus 1. 5,
Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit.
Happy am I5 from care l'm free--
Why can't they all be as happy as I?
Hi'Y 2, 3, 45 Black and Cold 2, 35 Boys'
Chorus 1, 3, 45 A Capella. 2, 45 Special Chorus
I5 Echo Staff.
Bob should be a great scientist-he has found the
Allied Youth Trens. 15 Home Ea. 1, 2, 3. 45
Spec. Chorus 15 A Capella 2, 45 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 45 Ensemble 2,
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Her smile for everyone,
Her heart for one.
correct formula for mixing knowledge and nonsense.
Home Fic. 1, 2, 3,
Silence is one great art of conversation. u
G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, 3, 45 Dl'ilCf0Illltl'8. 15 Pep
Club 25 Home Eic. 1, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Spec.
' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 25 A Capella
Let's be gay while we may.
Football 1, 2, Vur. Zi, 45 Basketball 1. 2, Var.
Il, 45 Truck 1, 2, Vai. 3.
G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 25 Home Ec. 1, 2, 2, 4.
Though modest, on his unembarrassed brow nature
Quiet as the day is long.
has written Gentleman.
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G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, Cab. 3, Pres. 45 Dra-
comtra 1, Sec-Treas. 25 Pep Club 25 Scholar-
ship 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Scholarshipg Spec. Chorus
1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: A Capella 2, 3, 45
Orch. 1. 2, 3, 45 Baud 1, 2, 3, 45 Drum Major-
ette 2, 3, Head Drum lVlajorette 4.
No matter what happens, she comes smiling
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Track 15 Spec.
Chorus 15 A Capella 2, 3, 45 Echo Stuff.
To jay, life is just three words, Live, Love, and
G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, Sec. 3. V. Pres. 45
Scholarship 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Spec. Chorus 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2,
3, 45 A Capella 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 2. 3, 4.
As frank as rain on cherry blossoms.
Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 45 Football 1, 2, Var. 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, Var. 35 Track lvlgr. 2, 35 Black
and Gold 25 Band 1, 25 Orch. 1, 25 Spec. Chor-
us 15 A Capella 35 V-Pres. Jr. Class5 V-Pres.
Sr. Class5 Echo Staffg Football Captain.
Greater men than I have lived, but I don't believe
Canton South 1, 2, 35 S. T1'i 4.
Though skies may darken, the sun still shines for
ever in her heart.
C. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2. 3, 45 1Jl'tlC'0lllfl'1l 1 Cab
2, P1-es. 4, Allied Youth 1, F. T. A. 43 Pep
Club 2, 35 Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 45 Echo Staff.
Wimzxt is life without an argument?
G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, 3, 45 Scholarship 3.
Fair was she to behold, that maiden of seventeen
G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. V. Pres.
45 Pep Club Treas. 2, 35 Band 15 Cheerleader
2, 3, 45 Spec. Chorus 15 A Capella 2, Lib. 3, 45
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 2, 3, 4.
Full of wit and pep is she.
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G. A. A. 1: S. Tri 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. Cab. 43
Spec. Chorus lg Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, V. Pres.
4, A Capella 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 2, 3, 43 Scholar-
ship 1. 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship, Echo Staff.
Nothing is impossible to a willing mind.
The more we study, the more we see our ignorance,
then why study?
G. A. A. 1, S. Tri 2, 3, Cab. 4, Pep Club 33
Dracomtra 43 Girls' Chorus 1, Lib. 2, 3, 4,
Spec. Chorus 15 A Capella 2, 3, 43 Ensemble
2, 3, 4.
Full of spirit, gets around, and has fun.
43 Football 2, Var. 3, Co-Capt.
2, Var. 3, 4, Track Var. 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec.
4g Basketball 1,
45 Spec. Chorus
lg Music 25 A Capella 43 Sr.
43 Spec. Chorus 1, Boys'
Black and Gold 2.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 2, 3, 4.
Ricky keeps Spanish class lively.
Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Her very smile a blessing sent.
Hi-Y 2, 3, Chap. 4, Football 2, Var. 4: Track
1, 2, Var. 3, 43 Band 1, 25 Orch. 13 Spec. Chor-
us 1, A Capella 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Little joe, a happy-go-lucky guy, who brings
smiles from everyone.
G. A. A. 1, S. Tri 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Home Ee. 4, Special Chorus lj Girls' Chorus
Class Sec.-Treas.g Echo Staff. 1, 2, A Capella 3, 4.
Most great men are dying,
l dQn'f feel wgll myself, lf my heart were not light, l would die.
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G. A. A. 15 S. Tri 2, 3, 45 Dl'E1Kf01l'IU'Il 1, 45
Home Ec. 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2.
All things come 'round to him who will but wait.
U. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Echo Staff.
Men of few words are the best men.
Allied Ymith 1: S. Tri 3, 43 Hom
43 Mixed Chorus 3.
Q Exo. 1, 2.
The girl who has a smile for everyone.
Football 1, 2, 3, Var. 45 Bafskeihall 1, Truck
Var. 3, 4.
Small things are not small, if great things come
out of them. fo
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S, 'Fri 2, 3, 43 Home ldv. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Continued cheerfulness-A sign of wisdom.
S. Tri 23 Home EC. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Give me excitement or give me death. f
EIVIIVIA LEE PAGE
U. l'l. S. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Words! Words! Words!
U. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 4.
l'm not of the talking sort, let my deeds speak
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, Pep Club 3.
Honor lies in honest toil.
iii- Y 2. P23 Football 2, Var. 3, 4, Basketball
2, Var. 3: Track Var. 2, 3, 43 A Capella 43
He got his letter in athletics,
'Though he's not so husky and big,
ln life he'll be a success, 'cause
He's always ready to dig.
Home En-. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Quiet smile and twinkling eye,
Life is short and so am l.
Pep Club 33 Black and Gold 23 Basketball
Mgr. 3, 43 Buys' Chorus 15 Suliolarsliip 3.
A good manager if there ever was one.
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Mixed Cliorus 2, 3, 4.
One whose spirit you cannot down.
ANNA JANE RIPLEY
G. A. A. 13 S. 'l'l'i 2, 3, 45 Allied Youth 15
Black and Gold 3, Ed. 4.
May fortune repay in the afterwhile,
The girl who always has time to smile.
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, 43 Special Cliorus
13 A Capella 2, 3, 43 Girls' Cliorus, Asst. Sec.
1, 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Good natured even when the laugh's on her.
Music 3 4.
She' who brings sunshine into the lives of others
cannot keep it from herself.
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S. Tl'i 2, 3.
Like a quiet lake, unruffled by the wind.
Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track, 1, il.
Why vex our souls with care?
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, Cub. 43 Dracomtra 1,
23 Pep Club 2, 33 F. T. A. Sec.-Treas. 43 Band
1, 2, 33 Orch. 1, 2, 33 Spec. Ch01'. 13 Music 23
Girls' Chor. 1, 2, 43 A Capella 4.
Laugh! There may be a time when you can't.
Hi-Y 3, 43 Football Var. 43 Basketball 1, 23
Track Var. 3, 43 Special Chorus 13 Boys' Chor-
us 3, 43 A Capella 2, 3, 4.
I take life as it comes: and3 if it docsn't come, l
take it anyway.
JOHN C. SPEAR
Hi-Y 3, 43 Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3
Worry and I have never met.
G. A. A. 13 S. T1'i 2, 3, 43 Dracomtra 13
Black and Gold 3, C0-ed. 43 Spec. Chor. 13
Girls' Clior. 1, 23 A Capella 2, 3.
There is a voice of mirth beneath hcr dignity.
Football 43 Basketball 33 Track 3.
Many men have accumulated millions minding their
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, 43 Home Etc. 1, 2, 3,
43 Spec. Chor. 1, Music 2, 3.
Let us then be what we are and speak what we
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G. A. A. 13 Allied Youth 13 Pep Club 2, 33
A booster of our class
A leader in the gym,
Chubby's middle name is pep.
ln life, success she'll win.
Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 23 Spec. Chor. 13
Buys' Chor. 13 A Capella 2.
God bless the man who invented sleep.
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3, Cab. 43 Draeomtra
13 F. T. A. 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Spec. Chor. 13
Girls' Chor. 1. 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 2, 3, 43 A
Capella 2, 3, 43 Scholarship 33 Jr. Class Treas.
She is as fair as she is cleverg
To miss some fun? Oh, never!
Buys' Chor. 13 Music 2.
Worth makes the man.
S. Tri 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 33 Home Eu. 1, 2,
To be content is an accomplishment.
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2. 3, 43 Home Ea. 1, 2, 3,
43 Spec. Chor. 13 Music 2, 3, 4.
Whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well.
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 2, 3. 43 llrzieoiutra 13 Pep
Club 23 F. T. A. 43 Bland 1, 2, 3, 43 Orc-h. 1, 2,
3. 43 Girls' Chor. 1, 2, 33 A Capella 2, 3, 43
Spec. Chor. 13 Ensemble 2, 3, 43 Scholarship
1, 2, 33 Senior Sifl10l211'Sl1lD.
Work first, then rest.
S. Tri 2, 3, 43 Draeomtra 13 F. T. A. Cab.
43 G. A. A. 13 Spec. Chor. 13 Girls' Chor. 1, 2,
See. 3, Lib. 43 A Capella 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 2,
Viv-Ah! That melodious voice!
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MARY GALBREATH ADELINE MCPEAK
G. A. A. 13 S. Tri 23 Home Eu. 1, 2, 3, 45
Home Eu. 1, 2, 3.
Spec. Chorus 1.
A modest, crimson-tipped flower.
Never cross and never snappy,
Always sweet and always happy.
WAYNE HARDING CHARLES RINGLER
U H S 1 2 3 Football Var. 43 Track 3, 4.
A d, 'll- ' d fll h ' -
To worry little. to study less, goo d mmm e ow W os mp5
That's my idea of happiness
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Treasurer . .
Sponsors . .
Lewis E. Bigler
Vernon L. Baldwin
Dean C. Coventry
Jack W. Deinnstcr
Charles R, Dauue
John W. Davis
Thomas IG. Erlwnrds
William IC. Gainbs
Kenneth D. Hull
Donald A. Jones
John L. Kilpatrick
Robert A. Lint
Jerry L. Marsh
Harold R. lVlcMillan
Robert G. Morgan
Thomas O. Nloulton
Charles W. Newton
VVude R. Norris
George R. Pocock
Robert E. Rainsberger
John W. Reed
David L. Shelley
Norman F. Taylor
Donald K. Telle
. . Lewis Bigler
..Mr. Wolfe and Mr. Coss
Richard L. Waddington
Selwyn T. Werner
Kenneth E. West
Robert E. Wharton
Donald D. Williams
Larry R. Winrod
Ronnie L. Winrod
Eugene C. Young
Jack L. Hess
John R. Patterson
Nancy JG. Arnistrong
lvlary H. Henry
Sara L. McC.:n11ell
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THE SIGMA TRI
THE SIGMA TRI CABINET
Under the excellent leadership of Mrs. Charman and Miss Braden,
the members of the Sigma Tri this year have worked and played to-
gether to make the organization a big success. The club has given
Thanksgiving baskets to the needy people in the community. The
girls have had many good times at the social functions, which included
a barn dance, a hay ride, a Christmas Dance, a sledding party, and, of
course, the Spring Formal.
Interesting programs, including both musical numbers and lec-
tures, have been presented at the regular Monday meetings.
I'1-esident, ....,,- ............. - -- Marjorie llillyel'
Vice President .... .... N aoini Holmes
Secretary ...... ......... J ean Sandry
Treasurer ........ .... D orothy Aeschliman
Music Chairinan .............. ---Alexandra Sefdares
Ways and Means Chairman .... ...,. J oanne Varally
Publicity Chairinan ........................ Joan Stocker
Program Chairmen ...... Edna Leonhard and Patty Given
Service Chairman ....... ........ .......... H e len Shipton
Social Chairman .s.. ..... P atty Blackwell
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SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS CLASS
Teacher: Mildred Hursey
Senior Clothing Class
The work of the Senior Home Economics Class is divided into three
quarters. The first quarter is devoted to the requirement and select-
ion of homes and furnishingsg the second quarter, to running a cafet-
eria, which feeds on an average of 100 dailyg and the third quarter,
to the construction of garments. These girls are wearing their con-
Wanda Albaugh-Blue wool suit dress trimmed with silver buttons.
Verna Arnold and Shirley Fouts-Blue Gardner wool dresses. Trim-
med with covered buttons, unpressed pleats and a large bow in the back.
Thelma Cady-Aqua all wool dress with fine black pin stripes and
Matilda Dalpiaz-Boxy unlined two-tone brown pinwale corduroy
Velma Frye-Navy blue two piece spun rayon dress with Swing skirt
and trimmed with silver buttons.
Mary Margaret Galbreath-Red wool dress trimmed with gold.
Stella Guthrie-Grey wool suit dress.
Barbara Guy-Aqua taffeta formal with bustle and lace trimming.
Norma Mahaffey-Deep emerald wool covert interlined Chesterfield.
Mary Jean Markovich-Red pinwale corduroy full skirt. White
rayon satin blouse trimmed with initials,
Jacqueline Maxwell-Red pinwale corduroy jumper.
Marjorie Miller-Grey pinwale swirl, high waisted skirt. Pink ray-
unstitched blue "Parker Wilder" plaid skirt.
on silk blouse trimmed with pearl buttons.
Phyllis Miller-Blue shetland type all wool, lined boxy jacket. Wool.
Dorothy Motley-Red wool ballerina skirt, with red and black plaid
Eisenhower jacket. Gold buttons.
Delores Preston-Melon wool flannel unlined suit with unstitched
pleated skirt. Trimmed with clear button.
Marjorie Shamel--Pink taffeta formal with gold trimming.
Betty Lou Staley-Light blue, narrow wale swirl, high waisted skirt.
Peach rayon silk blouse.
Lola Vickers-Medium brown four gore swing skirt. Yellow rayon
silk blouse with gold initials.
Dorothy Watson-Green and brown "Fairloom" wool plaid dress
trimmed with gold.
Betty Lou Hamilton-Green narrow wale corduroy jumper.
Marguerite Steve-Black Indian head dress with unstitched pleates,
trimmed with green cloth-of-gold.
SPECIAL AWARDS were given for excellence in sewing to Phyllis
Miller, Norma Mahaffey, Mary Margaret Galbreath, Shirley Fouts,
and Marjorie Miller.
HONOR CERTIFICATE. The "Home Makers' Certificate of Honor"
is presented each year to the girl on Commencement night who has the
highest grades for four years in Home Economics. Phyllis Miller has
the highest average this year.
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Junior Clothing Class
Teacher: Mildred Hursey
The work of the Junior Home Economics Class is divided into three
quarters. The first quarter is devoted to Home Livingg the second
quarter, to the chemistry and experimentation of foodsg and the third
quarter, to the construction of garments. These girls are wearing their
Sue Arthurs and Mary Baker-Blue wool two-pieced dresses with
cavalier collars and silver trimming,
Norma Barnes-Green wool two-piece wool dress trimmed with sil-
ver buttons. It features a flared all-around peplin.
Norma Devore--Yellow and plaid blue wool dress trimmed with gold.
Maxine Doane-Box pleated pink and aqua wool skirt and white
wool blousette trimmed with black initials.
Esther and Ruth Failoni-Two piece unlined blue and yellow plaid
suits, emphasizing the whittled Waistline and rippling skirt.
Alma Fowler4Red plaid swing skirt and pink cotton blouse.
Janet Gold-Sheer white green dotted swiss evening gown with
bustle and lace trimming,
Barbara Gray-Red plaid wool dress with silver trimming.
Patty Given-Brown all wool worsted gaberdine lined suit.
Barbara Henderson-All wool green flannel lined suit with flaps on
the hip line.
Donna Holcomb-All wool red swing skirt and White cotton blouse.
Joan Kilpatrick-Dark green all wool slim skirt, slit hem and all
wool white blousette.
Norma Kinsey-Pink and aqua plaid wool dress with gold trimming.
Lois Leggett-Blue twill weave rayon flannel dress. Crease resis-
tant. Trimmed with eyelet embroidery.
Barbara Long-Boxy grey pinwale corduroy jacket.
Maxine Mehok-Grey Wool two-piece basic dress with surplice neck-
line. Trimmed in black.
Elsie Pongratz-Wool contrast dress. Full green and navy plaid
skirt, with plain black waist.
Betty Whitman-Wool contrast dress. Full black and white plaid
skirt, with plain black waist.
Beverly Sloan-Blue pinwale corduroy two-piece dress. Jacket has
a nipped in waist. Swing skirt and gold buttons.
Joan Thompson-Brown Wool two-piece dress with gold trimming.
It emphasizes the poet's collar.
Norma Watson-Brown wool plaid dress. Circular skirt. Trimmed
SPECIAL AWARDS were given for excellence in sewing to Patty
Given, Barbara Henderson, Sue Arthurs, Maxine Mehok, Barbara Gray,
Mary Baker, Esther Failoni, and Ruth Failoni,
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SOPHOMORE CLOTHING CLASSES
Sophomore Clothing Classes
Teachers: Mildred Hursey and Mary Lenk
The work of the Sophomore Home Economics Classes is divided
into quarters The first quarter is devoted to the study of Textiles and
Clothing Selectiong the second quarter, to foods for the family, foods
for the sick, and dinner foodsg and the third quarter, to the construct-
ion of garments. These girls are Wearing their constructed garments.
Wash Dresses-Norma Amstrong, Doris Baker, Mary Ann Bartho-
low, Shirley Collins, Virginia Miller, Ardith Shinaberry, Gladys Street-
er, and Gloria Terakedis.
Pajamas-Marjorie Beitler, Joyce Bender, Patricia Bennett, Esther
Cargnel, Virginia McCauley, and Ann Scott.
Corduroy Jumpers-Helen Fawcett, Connie Jones, and lla Morton.
Rayon Serge Jumpers-Barbara Poulson and Grace Tedrow,
Plaid Rayon Jumper-Barbara Urban.
Spun Rayon Dresses-Marguerite Creager and Virginia Probert.
Blue Rayon Negligee--Doris Gladman.
Rayon Moire Silk Dress-Dorothy Smith.
Rayon Skirts and Blouses-Margaret Tatman, Mary Lois Gladman,
and Martha Metcalf.
SPECIAL AWARDS were given for excellence in sewing to Doris
Gladman, Ardith Shinaberry, Dorothy Smith, Grace Tedrow, and Es-
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THE HI-Y CLUB
Hi-Y is a national organization for boys in the tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grades of high school. It's purpose is to create, maintain, and
extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christ-
With the help of our hard working sponsor, Mr. Mitchell, the club
has had a very successful year. 4
The program for the past year has included dances, Thanksgiving
charity, the selling of programs at football games, and a formal init-
iation service at the Methodist Church.
The club has a regular meeting every two weeks, and church at-
tendance once a month is one of its requirements.
The officers of the Hi-Y this year are as follows:
l'l't'SlIl0lli --.-- Y-- Don llillyei'
Vim"-l'1'esicle11t -- -- Gerald llallz
Secretary U, -- llzlrold Long
'l're:isui'ei' ,U Y----lllll Anson
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THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR
A Cappella Choir
The A Cappella Choir is composed of students from the three up-
per classes. It was organized two years ago under the direction of
Mrs. Morgan. '
The officers are: V
President ..,.. ...s D ena Fziiloni
Vice-President Q-- .... lvlnrthn Lntto '
Secretary .....r...... --- Dorothy Bn-ney
Assistant Secretary ,... .---t ,............. T--Lois Sehwnh
Libl'1lriu11s.. ............. Sandy Stoutt and Dorothy Sinith
On March 26, the choir gave a concert that was enjoyed by every-
one. The choir also had charge of several assembly' programs during
the year, C
The Gir1's Chorus is composed of members from the A Cappella
Choir. The girls meet the fifth period on Tuesday afternoons.
The chorus combined with the A Cappella Choir to help with sev-
eral assembly programs during the year.
The officers are:
President ...... ..... D ena. Fniloni
Vice-President --- .... Martha Laito
Sec'1'etu1'y ....... .... D orothy Birney
Assistant Secretary- .r.-....,.,....,,- Lois Sq-hwnh
Lib1'a1'ians ........ .... S andy Sioutt. Dorothy Smith
Senior Girl's Ensemle
The Senior Girl's Ensemble was organized in 1948 under the dir-
ection of Mrs. Morgan. The ensemble is composed of 12 girls and an
The members are:
Sopranos: Vivian Wilson, Joan'Stocker, Dena Failoni, and Janie
Second Sopranos: Barbara Guy, Patty Blackwell, Edna Leonhard,
and Lois Schwab. -
Altos: Martha Latto, Naomi Holmes, Margie Hillyer, and Doris
Accompanist: Wilda Wiest.
When called upon, the ensemble sings for clubs and various other
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SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE
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Future Teachers of America
This year a new club has been organized in our school called the
Fannie Taggart Club of the Future Teachers of America. The name,
Fannie Taggart, was given to honor the memory of Miss Fannie Tag-
gart, deceased sixth grade teacher.
F.T.A. is nation-Wide organization and the purpose of the club is
to learn about opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities es-
sential to a good teacher, to study the lives of great teachers, and to
foster the development of student leadership.
Under the direction of Mr, Harstine, the members have assisted
teachers in grading papers and in doing routine reports. The senior
members have acted as substitute teachers. The club's other activities
have included: ushering, making posters, selling stationery and cards,
and serving as filing clerks at the local selective service office.
President ....A.. .s......s.,. . . .,s,. Doris Jean Bender
Vice President ss.. .s,,.. . lainie Kowars
Secretrwy ,.... ,.s. l 'Ielen Shipion
Historian ........ ,..,. lX lartlni Latto
Public-ity Cl'l1lll'lllLil1--- .... Viviun VVilson
Boy's Glee Club
The Boy's Glee Club is under the capable direction of Mrs. Mor-
gan. The club meets every Monday during activity period.
The members are:
Tum E1lW:n'rls--- ---Gerald Bollz
Norman Taylor ---- ---- . lay Hare
David Shelley ---- ---- B oh Morgan
.lim Peoples-- ---- .lim Anson
.lim lVIznn'ei' ---- ----------- - --.lohn Sheeley
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THE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
The excellent leadership of Mr. Greco and Mr. McFadden and the
many hours devoted to hard practice have given to the Uhrichsville
High School Band one of its most successful seasons,
The Concert Band not only gave several concerts for the public,
but also competed in the State Music Auditions. Many members of
the band entered the music contests as soloists and in ensembles. The
Band also entertained the Dover and New Philadelphia High Schools
in exchange assembly programs.
The flashy marching band was always well received between
halves of the football games last fall. The highlight of the season
was the Band's journey to Cleveland to march for the Cleveland Browns
-Baltimore Colts football game.
Director-Mr. D. E. Greco,
Drum Majorette-Marjorie Hillyer.
Assistant Majorettes-Peggy Parhas, Barbara Creager, Joyce
Mock, Patty Given, Jean Roth.
Color Bearers-Walter Gladman, Arnold Tyler.
Clarinets-Nancy Armstrong, Patty Blackwell, Peggy Brindley,
Rose M. Ginther, Shirley Eichel, Angelo Demis, Donna Goethal, Mar-
jorie Hillyer, Joan Huston, Mary J, Markovich, Bill McCauley, Nancy
Staneart, Marjorie West, Wilda Wiest, Janet Marshall, Kate Disher,
Donna Johnson, Nancy Eichel, Betty Hamilton, Barbara Merryman.
Alto Clarinets-Jean Norris, Mary J. Maurer.
E. flat Clarinet--Sue Rainsberger.
Bass Clarinets-Joan Stocker, Daisy Joseph.
Alto Saxophones-Barbara Shaffer, Beverly Santee, Ronny Colaner.
Tenor Saxophone-Joan Varally.
Baritone Saxophone-Loretta Weaver,
Cornets-Bob Archer, Laurell Burdette, Bill Cooper, Saundra
Culbertson, Dorothy Fawcett, Jack Ong, Jim Greenlee.
Trumpets-Rose M. Morber, Bill Daberko, Jim Pocock.
French Horns-Sue Arthurs, Sara Failoni, Lois Schwab, Peggy
Weaver, Barbara Wells, Jane Wells, Naomi Holmes.
Trombones-Grace Fuller, Bob Morgan, Bill Milligan, Jack Sev-
ern, Carl Morgan.
Baritone Horns-Tom Edwards, Jack Matchett, Dave Shelley,
Bassons-Joyce Mock, Patty Given.
Bass Horns-Paul Fanti, Charles Shelley, Norman Taylor, Jack
Drums-Fred Cramer, Robert Brewer.
Bass Drum-David Bush.
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THE JUNIOR BAND
There are 73 members in the Junior Band-twelve freshmen and
61 grade school students.
The band practices Tuesday and Thursday mornings and holds re-
hearsals after school. At the contest in the spring the band has always
received a first or superior rating.
This fall the Junior Band received the old Senior Band uniforms.
If the Junior Bands to come are as good as the one we have at pre-
sent, we will always have talented musicians ready for the Senior Band.
Clarinets-Peggy Brindley, Angelo Demis, Nancy Eichel, Donna
Goethal, Joan Huston, Donna Johnson, Janet Marshall, Bill McCauley,
Barbara Merryman, Marjorie West, Charlene Cherrington, Janie Fur-
bay, Billy Bailey, Glenda Meek, Kay Carmichal, Alice McDevit, Hel-
en Brown, Ronny Carmichal, Jerry Pittis, Tom Sippel, Lois Williams,
Kate Ann Disher, Danny Peck.
Oboe-Mary Lee Shipton.
Flutes-Patty Gooding, Marjorie Wagner, Lynn Burrell.
Alto Clarinet-Mary Jean Maurer,
Bass Clarinet-Daisy Joseph.
Bastsoons-Joyce Mock, Donna McCauley.
Saxophones-Donna McCauley, Beverly Santee, Ronny Colaner,
French Horns-Peggy Weaver, Jane Wells, Sara Failoni.
Baritone Saxophone-Loretta Weaver.
Baritones-Donna Lee Treacle, Carl Copeland, Donny Hale.
Trombones-Jack Severn, Bill Milligan, John Zeller, Carl Morgan,
Basses-Charles Shelley, Jack Henry, Gary Maurer,
Drums-Jean Roth, Barbara Creager, Fred Cramer, Ronnie Will-
iams, Margaret Fawcett, Jolm Walton,
Cornets and Trumpets-Bill Cooper, Dorothy Fawcett Jim G1'een-
lee, Bill Daberko, Iris Farlowe, Jim Pocock, Cheryl Copeland, Joyce
Greenwalt, Marie Fanti, Lee Sherer, Sheila Morris, Janet Klassner,
Judy Freshwater, Kenny Cross, Barbara Watkins.
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This year at the head of the snappy Uhrichsville High School Band
was the very capable Marjorie Hillyer. Marjorie had a very difficult
job, but she successfully led the band through many excellent perfor-
Under Marjorie marched Peg Parhas, Barbara Ann Creager, Pat
Given and the two newcomers, Jean Ann Roth and Joyce Mock. At
the half-time these six gave their best in strutting and baton twirling.
Something else new has been added for our majorettes. This
year they sported new uniforms. The white, circular skirts with the
gold satin lining and the smart bell-hop jackets were really eye-catchers
as they went swirling by.
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THE BLACK AND GOLD
This club, which edits the school paper every six Weeks, meets
each Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Papers are exchanged with
seven other high schools.
Each year the club has a supper for the members, and at this
time new members are welcomed into the organization.
The club sponsored an original poetry contest and gave prizes for
the two best poems.
There are 20 active members in the club and 199 subscriptions
The officers for 1948-1949 are:
Editor ...,,................. -v-Allllll Jlllll' llipley
Co-Eiditor -- Y- Shirley Snider
Co-Editor .......................... --- Jean Sundry
The other members of the Staff are:
.luck Henry Juno Ulosser
Bob Morgan Beverly Walker
Toni Edwards Joyee Moore
Alexandra Sedares Peggy PLl1'llLlS
Sue Rainsherger Wilbert Hughes
Sandra Stoutt Richard Hunt
Jim Maurer Patty Iilaekwell
The sponsors for the club are Mr, Milgate and Miss Edwards.
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President ..... ............... - --Harriett James
Vice-President .... ....... D orothy Smith
SCOPEtiill'Y-TI'6H.Slll'6l' ...........,.... lVlargaret Schneider
Recording Sec.-Properties Custodian -- Emma Hasseman
Dracomtra, whose name is taken from the first three letters of the
word DRAma, COMedy, and TRAgedy, was under the capable spon-
sorship of Mrs. Brown.
Although the club was organized for the purpose of studying and
presenting the drama, it had three social events this year, including a
At the meetings the members present and criticize readings and
The club presented a one act play, "Uncle Bob's Bride", in assem-
bly early in April. The cast was as follows:
Uncle Bob ............................... Norman Taylor
Stella, Uncle Bobs Bride .... ---Shirley Mutcllett
Miss Arnold, interior decorator--- ---- Harriett James
Betty -- 2 -----.--- Barbara Long
Sara --- Uncle Bolfs Nieccs - ,---Saundra Culbertson
Frances i S 'Emma Lou Hasseman
Aunt Eldora, Aunt of Uncle Bob's -.--.-.. Dorothy Smith
Annie, the maid ----.-------------- ---Bernice Andrews
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SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM
The representatives of the class of '49 who took part in the Tus-
carawas County Senior Scholarship Contest made a very enviable re-
There were 108 contestants from the various schools in the county.
The four Uhrichsville seniors who entered the contest all placed in the
first ten honor positions.
The divisions of the test were literature, history mathematics,
grammar, reading comprehension, current events and science.
The participants and their ratings in the county competition were:
Doris Jean Bender, secondg Martha Latto and Margie Hillyer, tied for
fifth, and Wilda West, eighth.
Uhrichsville High School was the only school entry to place more
than one in first ten.
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The first track meet of the year was with St. Clairsville. St.
Clairsville was just too fast for the Tigers and they won by a decisive
In the Annual Invitation Track Meet, the Tigers tried hard, but
couldn't get any pionts. Canton McKinley took first place, and Cleve-
land Rhodes won the runners-up trophy.
Cambridge beat the Tigers by a score of 731!2 to 441f2 but the fol-
lowing week, Uhrichsville showed that they could run by taking Barnes-
ville in a dual meet with a score of 79 to 39.
In the Uhrichsville-Dennison Dual Track Meet, the Tigers beat the
Railroaders by a score of 72 to 46. It was a great meet and we should
be very proud of our boys. Little Eddie Robinson, The Tigers sopho-
more flash, fell down while running the 440 yard run, but got up and
managed to finish second behind his running mate, Ted Morris, who is
also a sophomore.
Uhrichsville beat Dover 70 to 48 in the final dual meet of the year.
Beating Dover made the Tigers undefeated in county competition.
In the District Meet the Tigers finished eighth but gave good ac-
count of themselves in every event. Martins Ferry took first place
with 50.2 points and Bellaire was runner-up with 47.7 points.
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM
THE 1948 TRACK SQUAD
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With only four returning lettermen in football, Coaches Chic
Maurer and Pete Wolfe were faced with a tremendous rebuilding job.
The inexperienced, but willing aspirants to varsity positions were con-
tinually handicapped by injuries during the season, just when it seemed
about to click as a unit.
However, in spite of a definitely losing percentage with only three
games won against six lost, too much cannot be said for the spirit and
fight of the boys in the face of insurmountable odds.
To add to the troubles of this past season, our schedule included
four teams which were mentioned in the top teams of the state, with
Louisville and Canton South having undefeated seasons, Dover ranking
high in the Central Ohio League and New Philadelphia rating as ninth
team in the state.
Following is the record of the games won and lost in the 1948
Louisville-26 ....... --- Uhrichsville- 0
Dover-39 ......,...... .... U hrichsville- 0
Newcomerstown-0 .... .... U hrichsville-20
Canton Southf53 ...... .... U hrichsville- 0
Cadiz-46 ............ .... U hrichsviile- 0
DBIllllSOllf19 .....,.. ..., U hriclisville- 0
Dresden-0 ............ .... U hrichsville-12
New Philadelphia-49 ............ .. ..,.. Uhricihsville- 0
Bl'idg.eD0l'1--G ......................... Uhrichsville-20
Dean stepped right into the shoes of his brothers, and the best
proof of how well he filled them is shown by his selection as guard on
the United Press All Ohio Second Team. He richly deserved the honor
and the school is both proud of him and happy to have him around
another year. Dean showed his versatility by performing equally well
at fullback and guard.
"Lum" began the year as varsity tackle with very little experience,
but the way he responded to his assignments, made the tackle problem
much less difficult for 1949. He has another year at U.H.S.
JIM ANSON-Sr. Football Manager
Jim was the "boss man" of the managerial corps and gave an ex-
cellent account of himself in the various duties assigned to him. He
is also a member of the U.H.S, track team and his cooperative spirit
will be missed both in his capacity of Senior Manager and his active
participation in track.
"Pot" was our dependable center who played steadily and well in
all games. Popular with the team and the fans, he was elected Cap-
tain ofthe 1948 team at the end of the season. He will be missed next
When Jim was not sitting one out because of an injury, his addit-
ion to the team added a definite spark both on offense and defense.
He patrolled the back field, playing equally well in any position. His
place will be hard to fill next season.
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Paul was a capable substitute at tackle, and we are sorry the ex-
perience he gained this year will not be available next season. He
graduates this June.
Jack participated in his first year of football at U.H.S. and is being
relied upon to perform in the guard position next year. His competi-
tive spirit, his Willingness to learn and improve were decided assets, and
U.H.S. will expect his best next year,
Ted is a sincere and hard working end and his year's experience
will provide the background for the fine performance we expect of him
Paul was the fastest man on the squad and one of the lightest.
The team will greatly miss his speed and constantly colorful perfor-
Dave was small, but he asked no quarter from the biggest oppon-
ents he met. His performance in the Dover game caused many fine
comments from the fans of both teams. We are sorry to lose him by
When Otis Barnett, our fullback was injured in the Dover game,
Coach Maurer asked on the way home, "Which of you boys want to be
our fullback?" It was indicative of the spirit of these boys that one of
the smallest, Joe McCauley was one of the first volunteers. Joe was a
steady, hard worker at guard and a fine competitor. He graduates
Jerry was an end whom we hated to lose because of injuries. His
progress was steady and apparent and it is hoped he will be pronounc-
ed fit to help U.H.S. on the gridiron next season.
Although "Huddo", another former letterman, was seriously handi
capped most of the season by an arm injury, when he was with the
team the offense was greatly improved by his passing ability and all-
around playing, "Huddo" was elected Co-Captain at the end of the
season and he will be missed in 1949.
Johnny probably weighed 120 lbs, when soaking Wet, but lack of
size was not indicative of his performance. John lined up to the Kil-
patrick tradition of small but mighty. He'll be in there swinging next
This was Bob's first year at Uhrichsville as he is a transfer student
from Dennison. He gained the position of starting end with the var-
sity and gave an excellent account of himself at all times. His return
next year will be welcomed by both players and coaches.
Playing his first year of varsity football, George showed promise
of being a valuable addition to the 1949 team. His pitching arm pro-
vides a treat for a more diversified offense next year.
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After the first game, "Pittsburgh," was heard to say, "I didn't know
a guy could do so many things the wrong way." However, with every
garr1ref'lE:d improved and the tackle position will be in capable hands
next a .
Wade made up for lack of weight with desire and a fighting spirit,
and his presence on the line next year will bolster that unit in no small
The fine things expected of "Otey" were brought to an abrupt end
with a serious fracture of his arm in the second game of the season,
played at Dover. His loss was keenly felt by the team as he was one
of the four returning lettermen.
This was Ronnie's first year of Varsity football, and he played very
well at quarterback and end. In spite of a back injury suffered during
the season, he showed definite promise and it is hoped he will be fully
recovered by next fall.
John played guard in a capable manner and his constant efforts
to improve his performances were commendable traits. He will be
lost to the '49 team this June.
The coaching staff was definitely pleased with Gary's performance
on many occasions when the injuries to key players placed him in many
difficult postions. With the experience he has gained, we expect
great things of him next year.
Charlie, although a senior, played his first year of varsity football.
He was counted upon to carry the responsibility of a veteran and
capably fulfilled the requirements. He will graduate in June.
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
1948 was the first year of organized Junior High football at
Uhrichsville. Is was supervised by Coach Charles Coss and four
scheduled games were played, resulting in two ties with Dennison and
two wins from Millersburg.
Several members of this squad are prospective varsity material for
next year and will add strength to the Tiger team of 1949.
A total of 23 boys comprised this squad, whose picture is shown
on page 68,
U. J. H. S.- 0 --, ,... lJennison-- U
U. J. H. S.-31 --- .... Millersburg-21
L. J. H. S.- 7 --- .... Dennison- 7
U. J. H. S.-20 --- .... Millersburg-20
Janie Kowars-Senior Janet Pittis-Junior
Maxine Doane-Junior Barbara Long-Junior
Kenneth Huff- Junior
These cheerleaders have been faithful in attendance at the games
and have given the team much encouragement throughout the year.
Several years have elapsed since U. H. S. had a boy as a cheer-
leader. We hope Kenny has inspired others to try out.
The costumes of the cheerleaders represent the school colors, Black
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THE BASKETBALL SQUAD
Highlights of l948-49 Basketball Season
Coshocton, defending District Champions, were hot on both burners
as they walloped the Tigers 52-24 in the season's opener.
The Tigers beat the Trojans of Newcomerstown 39-20 for their first
win of the season. It was a busy night for Jim Peoples who took scor-
ing honors in both games.
The Tigers were beaten by Millersburg by a score of 43-36, but
Uhrichsville came back strong to beat Cadiz 42-25.
The tall Barnesville team were just too much for the Tigers. The
Shamrocks won 63-49.
The Tigers fouled their way to a 66-36 defeat at New Phila. They
lost their entire first team on fouls,
A fourth period rally failed for the Tigers as Newcomerstown
edged them 38-37.
An inspired Tiger cage team, sensational on offense and defense,
beat the Dennison Railroaders 43-34.
The second Coshocton game was a repeat of the first game. Red-
skins won 52-27.
Steubenville, victor over powerful Canton McKinley, trailed most
of the game but rallied in the second half to beat the Tigers 43-33.
The Tigers rallied after a slow start but couldn't overtake Spring-
field Twp. Springfield won 46-40.
The Louisville Leopards got an early lead and coasted the rest of
the game. The final score was 44-33,
New Phila, rallied to beat the Tigers 44-37. The Tiger offense
folded in the last period.
The Tiger cagers made a final period rally in vain, but St. Clairs-
ville recovered and won 40-34.
The Dover Tornadoes trampled the Tigers 49-25. The Tigers went
16 minutes and 15 seconds without scoring.
Dennison avenged its first loss by beating the Tigers 52-30,
The Tigers brought down the curtain on its 1948-49 cage season
when New Phila. beat them 86-46. Varsity letters were awarded to
Otis Barnett, CCaptainJg Jim Gowins, "Hud" Long, Ronnie Winrod
George Pocock, Jim Peoples and Pete Huffman.
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t-Our rebound expert and one hand shot artist. He will
be hard to replace next year. The boys elected him
Captain, an honor he very much deserved.
Jim Gowins-Small-fast-mighty. A good set shot and good defense
man, Held back all season by injuries. We'll miss
Jim next year.
Huddo Long-A good competitor - Our tough luck shooter - always
rolling off the rim, He will be hard to replace next
George Pocock-A Junior. We are looking forward to big things from
Forward him next year. He is a good "plugger."
Ron Winrod-Another Junior that we expect much from next year.
Forward Our hook-shot artist and second high scorer. Injuries
bothered Ron too!
Jim Peoples-A Sophomore. Jim was our first line replacement, and
Forward he did a good job at it too. Glad you'll be back.
Pete Huffman-Another sophomore with lots of promise. Keep
Guard plugging for next year.
RESERVE AND FRESHMAN BASKETBALL
ores were as follows:
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NeWcoiiierstown--259 --- --- Uliriclisville 23
Millersburg-211 ..... --- Uhrichsville 25
Caclizv22 ,,,,.... --- Ulirichsville 25
Barnesville--37 .... --- Uhrichsville431
New Phila -36 ..,,,.s, ..-A Ul11'ichsvillo4 S
Harnesville-A25 .... --- Uhrichsville 29
Dennison--ill --- Uliriclisville 21
Coshoctonf35 .... -,- Uhrielisville 15
Steubenville-40 -H --- Uhrichsville- 7
Louisville--37 G... --- Uhrichsville 34
New Phila-37 --- --- Uhrichsville 26
St. Clairsville-23 Ulii'ichsville438
Dover--C20 ...,.. -H Uhrichsville 39
Dennison-21 --- Uhrichsville-20
The freshmen played seven games and won two. This squad was
coached by Chick Maurer,
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COACHES and FACULTY MANAGER
"Chuck" Coss, the 1'1ew reserve coach, led his squad to five victories,
The record doesn't show the spirit of his junior Tigers. They showed
promise of good material coming up for the varsity.
The above picture shows "Chuck" Coss conferring with basketball
coach "Pete" Wolfe and Faculty Manager Harstine. No doubt they
are figuring on better teams for 1949-1950.
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and The F. B. Maurer Market
HOME COMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS
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This year the student body elected Doris Jean Bender as "Booster
Queenf' Her attendants were Janie Kowars, Helen Shipton, Marjorie
Hillyer, and Vivian Wilson.
The following night, at the Dresden football game, the "queen"
and her attendants were escorted into the stadium by Walter Hines in
an Oldsmobile convertible. After being driven around the einder
track, the beauties were given a seat of honor from which to watch the
At half time, Miss Bender and her attendants received beautiful
bouquets of chrysanthemums.
After the game at a dance sponsored by the Booster Club, Doris
Jean and her attendants voiced appreciation for the honors bestowed
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CLARENCE C. FAWCETT
Head Custodian in charge
HAROLD, HETER of maintenance, c l e a n in g
B01l6I' F1I'CH'13l'1 and repairs.
HERMAN R. AESCHLIMAN
Caretaker of High School Stadium and
Swimming Pool, and Assistant Janitor of
High School Building during the winter
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and Browrfs Music Shoppe
FRESHMEN BASKETBALL TEAM
I, Doris Jean Bender will my scholastic ability to Sandra Stoutt.
I, Don Hillyer will my shyness to Wade Norris,
We, Phyllis and Margie Miller will our close friendship to Bertha
Parsons and Peggy O'Connor.
I, Dena Failoni will my quietness to my sister Sara.
I, Otis Barnett will my ability to play basketball to George Pocock.
I, Vivian Wilson will my singing voice to Nancy Armstrong.
I, Shirley Snider will my impish look and laugh to Rose Marlene Ginther.
I. Paul Cromley will my ability to sleep sound to Jack Dempster.
I, Joe McCauley will my title of "Little Joe" to "Little Hammer
I, Huddo Long will my address book to Buck Lint.
We, Dorothy Motley SL Emily Page will all our giggles to Elsie Pongratz
and Betty Whitman.
I, Doyle Kinsey will my three hours detention to anybody that wants it.
I, Jay Hare will my shining locks to Gary Adams.
I, Lois Schwab will my long eye lashes to Twyla Jones.
I, Jack Spear will my skillful driving to Bob Wharton.
I, Bob Dempster will my ability to get into trouble to Richard Biddle.
1, Bob Dunn will my humorous disposition to Bob Morgan,
I, Betty Staley will my pretty blond hair to Beverly Walker.
I, Joan Stocker will my good nature to Peggy McCollam.
I, Patty Blackwell will my blue eyes to Shirley Matchett.
I, Jim Maurer will my ability to play the piano to Selwyn Werner.
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The ECHO patrons have been exceptionally generous this year,
and their donations have made possible the publication of this year-
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Sales Dcpaitiliciit Store
'llhc United lJOIJ2ll'lllll'lll Store
lVIc-tzgci' Heal Estate
The llivks lfluriiiturc Coinpaiiy
K-Hill's Stcani Jenny
The Vogue Shop
ll. G. Clark Provisioii floinpany
Western Auto Associate Store Job's Barber Shop
The City News Avon Lake Pottery, Inc.
l3arr's Garage Wilcoxon's Hardware
E. J, Beitler The Wells Body Company
Nicola Beauty Shop Starkey Auto Parts
J. H. D, Shop Browning's Garage
Kopp Candy Company Pott's Barber Shop
Keystone Shoe Store Nedele Studio
Burnie Rower Paul F. Reed
Elmer's Tire Shop
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