Unioto High School - Uniotoan Yearbook (Chillicothe, OH)
- Class of 1952
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V1ce Presldent Mr Alfred
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Musrc Band and
NORMAN W MAHAFFEY
Falrmont State College
Enghsh and Commercral
Ohro State Unrversrty
B Sc 1n Ed
Home Ec Club Sponsor
Freshman Grrls Advrsor
Denrson Unrv and
Publrc School Musrc
7th Grade Advrsor
Booster Club Co Sponsor
MARGARET KAYE GRAVES
Ohro State Unrversrty
B Sc rn Ed
Hrstory French and
Latrn Club Advisor
H1 Lrtes and Lrbrary
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JESSE E LLOYD
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PHYLLIS COMPTON Tex
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CHARLES POOLE Fish
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Student Council 3
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FIRST ROW left to rrght Karen Krnney
Ruth McWhorter Mary Clrne Shrrley
Mason Barbara Lane Carolyn Anderson
Susan Page Bonnre Seymour
SECOND ROW Nancy Dennewrtz Becky
Shadley Nancy Hauberl Elrzabeth
Smrth Lrnda Parker Shrrley Payne
Beatrrce Madden Mr Srlvanr
THIRD ROW Jack Armstrong George
Karamalakrs Robert Henry Rrckey Ja
cobus Fred Poole
FOURTH ROW Donald Dodd Donald
Madden Rrchard Hunter Charles Slater Ivan Ely George Jayne
NEW ADDITIONS Bonnre Seymour Robert Henry Jack Armstrong Harold Claytor
ABSENT Roy Hauberl Eugene Cottrrll
CLASS COLORS Blue and Srlver CLASS FLOWER Blue Rose
Every Junror rs lookrng forward to next year when we wrll be Senrors We are very proud and happy to close
the book on the 11th chapter of School Days Our class offrcers were
Rep to Student Councrl
We have sponsored several money makrng projects thrs year In September we held a bake sale at the fust
P T O meetmfv and we sponsored a 50 50 dance rn October We also had a skatxng party at the Cavalrer
Skatrng Rrnk At the Halloween Carnrval we ran the Refreshment Stand and the Slop Em attractron We
also sold Stanley Floor Wax and Furmture Cream and the Senror Class Jorned us rn the project of selhng Chrrst
mas Cards Durrng most of the year we conducted candy sales at noon
Ruth McWhorter represented our class to compete wrth three other grrls for Carnrval Queen One of our grrls
Beatrrce Madden was chosen a varsrty cheerleader Nearly everyone rn the class both boys and grrls part1c1
pated rn some sport thrs year
We all took part rn Vocatronal Gurdance Day rn Clullrcothe Our Chrrstmas Party was at Lrnda Parker s
home We presented Mr Srlvanr wrth an rdentrfrcatron bracelet at that trme In January we presented our re
vue Deep rn the Heart of Texas In May we held the luruor Senror Banquet rn honor of the Class of 53
Many of our vocahsts sang rn the County Fesuval and the Unroto Sprrng Festrval We ended the year wrth a prc
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FIRST ROW Left to rtght Mona
Chrrsty Betty Grllfrllan Carol
master Glorra Good Mary Zelsler
Sh1rleyHupp Janet Krng
SECOND ROW Mr Tarlton W11
ma Fay Fannrn Sharon Martln
Pam Kay Thornton Joann Mrller
Esther McCopp1n Betty Mason
Emma Crabtree Nancy Jayne
THIRD ROW Davrd Mash Wayne
Roberts Clyde Sterner Donald
Neff Donald Dennxs J1mmyGart
ner Carroll Brown
FOURTH ROW Harold McK1nney Vernon Sprouse Danny Parker Perry McGee Ronald Borrng Fred Vander
mark Donald Blazer
NEW ADDITIONS Max Long Allen Tarleton Bob Stewart
ABSENT Nancy Ours Geraldrne Madden
CLASS COLORS Blue and Whlte CLASS FLOWER Whlte Carnatron
Class offrcers are
Presrdent Wayne Roberts
Vrce Presrdent Betty Mason
Secretary Janet Krng
Treasurer Nancy Ours
In the fall of 52 we became Sophomores wrth Mr Tarlton as our homeroom teacher We had lots of fun
wrth hmm and enjoyed our year together
At the annual Halloween Carmval we had the dart throw Ruth Lemaster the representatrve from our room
was crowned Mlss Umoto We were very proud of her
Dunng the year we had several class pames The Sophomore Class rs also well represented ln all school ac
IIVIUES We ended the year wrth a class party and now we are looklng forward to our Iunror year wrth eager
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trrll Leona Vandermark Barbara Drlls
Mrckey Mason Margre Warner Krtt
Alexander De1oraGumm Wrlma Lane
Mane Smrth Marcrlle Hypes Caroly
SECOND ROW Mr Barley Donald Skrn
.af ner Ronald Skmner Zane Reese Yvonn
Neff Mar11ynAcord Nancy Wells Peg
gy Butler Charlotte Mason MrssS1mco
THIRDROW Joe Bowsher Kenneth Davrs
Robert Page Mrckey Hooper Kerth
Henry Ronald Bennett Donald Krng
Teddy Current Albert Chne J1mm
FOURTH ROW Bobby Penrsten Jerry Hurst Ralph Jones Ernest Mead Steve Clrne Larry Wolford Georg
Deeter Paul Bennett Walter Johnson Raymond Berry
ABSENT Beulah Cottrrll
NEW ADDITIONS Carl Butler An1taSm1th Dor1sW11hs
Presrdent George Deeter
Vrce Presrdent Zane Reese
Secretary Jerry Hurst
Treasurer Donald Skrnner
CLASS COLORS Scarlet and Gray CLASS FLOWER Scarlet Carnauon
Thrs year our home room rs drvrded lnto two groups The boys homeroom rs rn the lndustrral Arts Room an
the grrls homeroom rs 1n the Household Arts Room
Durmg the second week of school we were rnvrted rnto hrgh school by the Senrors It wasn t too bad and o
turn w1ll come
Leona Vandermark was chosen to represent us rn the Halloween Carnrval Our concessron for the Carnrva
was Rrng the Bottle
Most of our girls took part in the style show for the P. T. O. meeting in April. We have had a number of in
teresting parties during the year. We hope the Freshmen of '53 will have as much fun as we have had.
Carolyn Johnson was elected a varsity cheerleader.
FIRST ROW left to rrght Deanna Blazer Conme Berry Barbara Poole Patty Rrley Joyce Johnson
Janet Poole Ilene Madden Sue Hupp Lena Holcomb Roberta Jayne
SECOND ROW Mr Lloyd Os1e Sparks Pat Bott Phyllrs Gullette Margaret Bower Phyllrs Blazer
Juanrta McCopnrn Lanora Wolford Sondra Moody Beverly Hurst Janet Harbour Esther Valentrne
THIRD ROW Lester Norma.n Wrllram Current Chfford Madden Jon Throckmorton Davrd Trtler
Burdette Krug Gary Vandermark
FOURTH ROW Harold Brown Sonny James Davrd Uhng Vernon Kem Leon Neff Larry Colhns
Charles Haugh Brlly Bob Anderson
Presrdent Juamta McCopp1n
Vrce Prestdent Davrd Trtler
Secretary Pat Bott
Treasurer Larry Collrns
Rep to Student Councrl Phyllrs Blazer
There are 40 enrolled rn the erghth grade thrs year We had a party October 9 at the home of
Sondra Moody and took part ID the Halloween Carnrval wrth the dart throw
Srx boys rn our room were on the basketball team sn people were rn the band and there were four
rn the orchestra
Junror H1 cheerleaders rncluded Phyllrs Blazer Esther Valentrne and Joyce Johnson from the erghth
ABSENT Cm the above orcturey Jrmmy Grlmore Joanne O Keefe
NEW ADDITIONS Evelyn Lemaster Orlan Moore Marjorre Claytor Ronald Speakman
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Coy Margie Neff Ruth Ann Mash Hel
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Jeanne Anderson Sharon Payne Wand
SECOND ROW Miss Umsted Betty Krng
Geraldtne Hughes Barbara Frey Virgiru
Crabtree Jeanne Reed Susan Aktn Phyl
hs Hamilton Bertha Pitts Patsy Mason
THIRD ROW Toby Park Shirley Jenkin
Edith Warner Barbara Montgomery
Marvin Bennett Larry Yahraus Pau
Christy Glen McKinney Tom Page
FOURTH ROW Tommy Yahraus Bob Gumm Johnnie Wise Mac Christy Don Dennewitz Monte Posey Jerr
Cryder Lynn Summers Larry Norman
FIFTH ROW Benny Lemaster Jerry Slater Lowrth Fanmn Charles Neff Gilbert Madden Jack Armstron
Ronald Rinehart Gary Burmaster
NEW ADDITIONS Beverly Smith Wanda Lemaster Iris Davidson Billy Meyers Betty Spriggs
ABSENT Dorothy Bellmore Carolyn Colher Elatne Smith George Srmkins
We have had a very nice year with our home room teacher Miss Umsted At the beginning of the year w
elected officers and reporters They were
President Phyllis Hamilton
Vxce President Jeanne Anderson
Secretary Jeanne Reed
Treasurer Gary Burmaster
Reporters Margie Neff and Susan Akin
We have had many parties this year September 26 Margie Neff invited us to her home for a wiener roast
October 30 we had a Halloween party and most of the pupils came in costume Miss Umsted gave us a party f
getting the most P T O members in the school 68 We had a skating party and had a wonderful time F
Christmas Miss Umsted decorated a tree and we had other decorations in the room The Seventh Grade got th
goat for the most subscriptions obtained by any room durtng the magazine drrve
We are very proud to have Jr. Hi basketball players in our room. They are Gary Burmaster, guardg Donal
Dennewitz, guardg and Charles Neff, forward. We were scheduled for ten games, eight of which we won. Th
'lth Grade Cheerleader is Margie Neff.
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FIRST ROW left to rrght Donald Neff Charles Poole Jerry Sprouse Vernon
Sprouse Donald Madden
SECOND ROW Larry Collms Rlckey Jacobus lvan Ely Fred Rrtchhart Perry
McGee Danny Parker Jerry Hurst Fred Poole Mr Sxlvanr
Thrs year s basketball season started out wrth hrgh hopes and good predrc
trons because we had last year s team back wrth one exceptron and we were
ready to put our brd rn for the champronshrp
Openmg our season on Bambrrdge s home court we were defeated by a score
of 63 44 Our next game we went vrsrtmg to Centralta Although Unroto led
the frrst half Centralra won out tn the two f1nal quarters by a score of 68 58
And nowrtwasthe trme for the Shermans to be the defenders of therr own court
And defend tt they dtd by wmnrng over Good Hope The followrng nrght we
played the undefeated Catholrc Central Team and chalked up another vrctory for
the Shermans 64 36 For our f1rst league game we vrsrted Twrn but were beat
en out by the Trgers Bl 55 Next we moved along to meet Huntrngton on rts
home court They offered l1ttle opposrtron to the Shermans as we beat them
by 68 46 The next game played on the Shermans court proved to be one of
the season s most thrtllrng nth Unroto and Southeastern engaged The ball
game drd not vary more than 3 or 4 pomts durrng the whole trme and then Mrss
Fortune frowned upon the Unroto team It was the Shermans ball out under
therr own goal Wllh one second to go and they were leadmg by one pornt trme
out was called by the Shermans and SIHCC this made therr srxth trme out a
technrcal foul was called on Unroto Southeastern shot the foul shot and made
ll and the ball game went 1nto an overtrme rn whrch Southeastern won 68 63
Then we moved along to play Buckskm on IIS home court and won 66 64
Huntrngton played the return game on our home court but the Shermans proved
to be the better team 77 59 The Centralra Team played Unroto a return
game wrth the Shermans beaten rn the fmal mrnutes by 4 pomts The follow
rng nrght we played Frankfort at Frankfort and were beaten 79 73 Next we
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Jerry Hurst Donald Krng
SECOND ROW Nlrckey Hooper Allan Tarleton Ernest Mead Fred Poole hmmy
In the 1952 53 basketball season the Reserves won 4 and lost 12 whrch wasn t a very
rmpressrve record We started off the season wrth three strarght losses to Barnbrrdge
Centralra and Good Hope After that we won two rn a row We then lost seven 1n a
row won two games over Clarksburg and Catholtc Central and frnally lost the last two
games Even though we drdn t have a good season everybody trred hard and there s ano
ther year comrng
FIRST ROW left to rrght Charles I-laugh Charles Neff Larry Collrns Davrd Uhrrg
SECOND ROW Davrd Trtler Gary Vandermark Leon Neff Eugene James Donald
Dennewttz Lester Norman Mr Srlvanr
The jr H1 basketball season was hrghly successful compared wrth orevrous lr I-lr
squads The boys lost the frrst four games by narrow margrns and then went on to wrn
the next srx strarght They then took another loss from Mt Logan and won the next two
for a season record of erght wms ftve losses A bye was drawn rn the County Tourna
ment and then the Junrors lost to Buckskrn rn a thrrllrng overtrme
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FIRST ROW left to rrght Vernon Sprouse Jerry Sprouse Charles Poole Edlson Lowery
SECOND ROW Jack Armstrong Mr Srlvanr Clyde Sterner Bob Atwood Danny Parker
Robert Henry Rrckey Jacobus Davrd Mash Carroll Brown
Thrs year s softball team rs one you w1ll remember whether you were on the squad or
just a spectator Our team was kent together thrs summer when we entered the Scroro
Valle3 League where we won top honors In the county league we played 10 games and
won erght scored 114 runs whrle our opponents scored 32 So you see we came a
long way smce last year Our greatest vrctory was when we ran over the Centraha Bull
dogs 23 to 0 and held them hrtless But the game you w1ll recall as the most heartbreak
mg was our Chammonshrp game w1th Southeastern 1n whreh we were defeated 4 3 The
Shermans fought back gravely however as they captured the Runnerup trophy from
Barnbrrdge 3 1 They always say rf you can t wrn the ll1gl'lESI honor the next best w1ll
do and we hope next year s softball team w1ll be tops
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Congratulatrons Varstty Cheerleaders you d1d a great job thxs year!
Boosters Club Sponsors the sportsmanshxp awards each year and buys new e
qurpment for rntramural athletrcs
LEFT TO RIGHT Margxe Neff Phylhs Blazer Esther Valenune Joyce John
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Poole Donald Madden
SECOND ROW Edrson Lowery Vernon Sprouse Ivan Ely Fred Poole Fred Rrtchhart
In track last sprrng we frnrshed rn fourth place 1n the County Track Meet one half
pornt behrnd Huntmgton who frnlshed rn th1rd place We held track meets Wllh Ba1n
budge and Centralra and managed to hold a tr1 meet on our own track wrth Twrn
Clarksburg and Umoto competrng We later went to the D1str1ct Track Meet rn Athens
Thxs was the frrst trme our school ever entered but we managed to garn a few places
Those who earned letters rn track were Jerry Sprouse Vernon Snrouse Donald Neff
Fred Rltchhart Charles Hrcks Edlson Lowery
We also staged a I H1 Track Meet wrth Clarksburg at our track and the Junrors
were hrghly successful
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Gtrls Chorus rs made up of students from all four I-hgh School classes The group
meets tw1ce a week and for the most part stngs three part songs Nlne of the mem
bers represented the school rn the Ross County Chorus Apr111O Shrrley Mason ts
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FIRST ROW, left to rrght Beatnce Madden, Nancy Dennewrtz, Karen Klnney,
SECOND ROW Mrs Hendrlck, Lrnda Parker, Becky Shadley
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Snapshot Ed1tor Phyllrs Davrs Eclrtor rn Chref poetess
STANDING left to rxght Rrchard Hertensteln Class Hrstory Oscar Smrth Bob
Atwood Wayne Cottrrll artrsts Patty Frances Class Wrll Sen1or Edrtor Fred
Rrtchhart Advertrsrng Tom Stockman Calendar Subscrlptron Manager Mrs
Graves Advrsor Absent Jerry Sprouse Sports Edrtor
We are very proud of our Annual thrs year and feel lt rs the frnest yet W
know you wrll enjoy the contents The staff lS to be commended for therr untrrrng
efforts rn producrng the 1953 Unrotoan The f1ne cooperatron of each and every
member has made the annual the success we hoped rt would be
We wrsh to extend our heartfelt thanks to those who assxsted us rn edmng th1s
f1ne book to the Powell Studros for the Sen1or faculty and group prctures to
Mrs Graves for her gurdance and cooperatron to Mr and Mrs Wollerman for the
class prctures and to Mr Puttcamp for extra pxctures All of these share our appre
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LEFT TO RIGHT frrst row Susan Akrn Margre Neff 'Ith Grade Reporters Sondra
Moody 8th Grade Reporter
SECOND ROW Lrnda Parker Junror Reporter Carol Acord Sharon Martrn Sophomore
Reporters Krtty Alexander Freshmen Home Econ Carolyn Johnson Freshman Re
porter Zane Reese Freshman Home Econ Reporter Davrd Trtler 8th Grade Reporter
STANDING Tom Stockman Press Manager R1chardHertenste1n Subscrrptrons Edr
son Lowery Press Manager Jerry Sprouse Advertrsrng Manager Charles Poole Boys
Patty France Edrtor Robert Atwocd art Mrs Graves Advrsor Wayne Cottrrll Sub
scrrptrons Oscar Smrth Art Phyllrs Compton Musrc Edrtor and Typrst Frances Bower
Grrls Athletrc Reporter and Typrst Phyllrs Dav1s Feature Edrtor and Typrst
ABSENT Geraldrne Madden Sophomore Home Econ Reporter Donald Krng 8th
Thrs year for the frrst trme at Unroto a course rn Journalrsm has been provrded for
the students who work on the Hi Lrtes Staff 'I'h1s Journahsm course was added to the
study schedule to provrde school trme for the Unroto publrcatrons rn addrtron to teach
mg good Journalrsm wrmng
The H1 Lrtes rs a school newspaper publrshed monthly It IS exchanged wrth other
schools and one IS sent to the local paper each month
Athletic Reporterg Fred Ritchhart, Senior'Reporterg Rickey Iacobus, Junior Re,porterg
Desperate Ambrose Groves and Bert Mrller vaudevtlle comedrans krcked off a tram whrle crossrng
the desert because they had no trarnfare arrrve at Hotel Dead Man s Gulch Sher1ffCrandel attempts to
grab the hotel from the rrghtful heus Nancy Martrn and her srster Anne The shertff rnstalls hrs crony
Hoot OwlPete as manager of the hotel and IS supported rn the attempt by Stmkweed Hoot Owl s hrrehng
In the meantrme Nancy Martrn and her srster Anne arrrve rn Dead Man s Gulch to make therr clarm
They prevarl upon Ambrose and Bert to help them get back the hotel Beth who can handle a gun tn
typrcal western style helps the grrls Danrel a colored watchman at the hotel takesallkrng to Posre
Mancy Martrn s colored mard Mrs Sprool who knows all western gossrp and her daughter Lena
autograph seeker add to the plot Before the play ends the Judge arrrves to marry the prrncrpals rn ar
attempt to recover the hotel The entrre play rs a rodeo of fun
Desperate Ambrose by Donald Payton
Spectal permrssron of the Heuer Pubhshrng Company
Cedar Raprds Iowa
Hoot Owl Pete
Lobby of the Hotel Dead Man s Gulch Dead Man s Gulch
Wayne Cottrrll and Oscar Sm1th
Frances Bower and Phyllrs Compton
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Unroto Orchestra drrected by Juanrta Hendrrck
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Phylhs Hamrlton Edrson Lowery
Mak1ngUn1oto a better place to study and work and creatrng a better understandmg
between students and teachers could both be grven as obJect1ves of the Unroto Student
Councrl Thrs organrzatron composed of srx students one from each grade of the Sen
ror and Junror I-hgh hears the desrres and complarnts of the student body and faculty
and trres to frnd a solutron that 1S Just and farr to all concerned
The Councrlhas been well recerved by the student body and we feel rt rs a success
ful experrence rn democratrc lrvrng
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FIRST ROW left to rrght Anrta Smrth Mrckey Mason Betty Mason Delora Gumm
Marcrlle Hypes Betty Glllfrllan
SECOND ROW Mrs Graves Shrrley Mason Nancy Jayne Nancy Wells Ruth Mc
THIRD ROW Allan Tarleton Robert Henry hmmy Gartner Clyde Sterner
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have had a very rnterestrng year wxth a number of new HCIIVIIICS One that we es
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Chrrstmas presents for the Veterans In consumer educauon we vrsrted downtown stores
and studred materrals We selected very attracuve patterns wh1ch we shall use rn mak
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necessary and two complete first grades were formed with an equal number rn each room
In November our primary teachers were hosts to all the other primary teachers in Ross County Dr Mathreu
of Temple University lead the reading conference using some of the children in Mrs Maddox s room in the dem
We have developed many lnteresting units of work related to the home the school the farm our pets am
mals of the Zoo the circus and a few of the leading holidays We especially liked our cuddle and zoo ammals
and our colorful frrezes which we made in illustrating our units of work
In December we held our annual Mothers Tea sponsored by the PTO with Mrs Wagenherm and Mrs Maddox
co chairmen Mrs Alfred Gartner was food chairman and Mrs Hudson Jayne and Mrs Harold McKee poured at
the Tea The chrldren from both grades presented a Christmas program Thirty five mothers attended Much
to our Joy we have seen some of these same Mothers taking part in other school activities tlus year
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On December 24th the chtldren enjoyed therr annual treat and grft exchange
Durrng the year we apprecrated our hrgh school helpers durrng the noon hour They were Nancy Jayne
Janet Krng Dtanne Blazer Ilene Madden and Conn1e Berry
The chrldren contrrbuted to the T B Campargn Communrty Chest and the March of D1mes
We were very proud of wrnmng the PTO Membershrp Drrve We rnvested the money tn a march and mrnuet
record We planned a health program whrch we hope w1ll help the mothers 1n gettrng thetr chrldren to eat health
ful foods Our play store sells the best rn food products Easter rs always a happytrme and many new stones
are more fluently read at thrs ttme
We all trred to do our best at our annual sprrng festrval drrected by Mrs Hendrrck
IIIRSI GRACE ECTZICH
The enrollment rn Mrs Wagenherrn s room was 30 when school opened last September We have had three
wrthdrawals Larry Fyffe Norma Jean Jones and Sharon Lee Raybourn However we garned three new puprls
Kermre Hunter Ronald Smrth and Floyd Wrlloughby so our enrollment remarns at 30
We have enjoyed our year very much We have had so many nrce trmes together workrng and playrng
Our Halloween party was fun We all were masked played games and had refreshments We had a httle pa
rade and vrstted the other rooms Our Chrtstmas party was excrung too We enjoyed our tree w1th rts pretty
nghts Frosty The Snowman stood close by Our grft exchange was very n1ce Every chrld recerved also a red
hand made stockrng sutched 1n green and frlled w1th candy These were made by Mrs Wagenherm s Mother
After Chrrstmas we had a doll and toy day and enjoyed showrng our grfts to each other There were beauttful
dolls cowboy suns guns etc
In January we worked as hard as we could but there were many absences due to flu and chrckenpox In Feb
ruary our patrrotrc month we leamed about Abraham Lrncoln and George Washrngton Our valentrne party
w1th our valentrne box and pretty decoratrons was another happy trme For Washrngton s brrthday the chrldren
dressed as George and Martha Washrngton and sang and danced the mrnuet
Easter rs a happy IIITIC at our school and we hope to take part rn our Sprrng Festrval Crrcus trme rs ahead
too We are lookrng forward to carryrng out our crrcus project before school rs out rn the sprmg Durrng the
year we have had many enjoyable hours partakrng rn folk songs and games
Mr Barley and hrs boys burlt a playhouse for our room We have apprecrated thrs so much makrng curtarns
for rt furnrshrng rt and parntrng tt Thrs has taken qurte a lot of plannrng The house serves as a playhouse
a store and also a place rn whrch to count objects blocks and beads whrle others are engaged rn drfferent ac
IIVIIICS We also made booklets whrch w1ll remlnd us of the happy trmes we have had together rn our ftrst year
of school at Unroto
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The Second Grade has had an enrollment of 42 for the year All specral days have been celebrated tn the u
sual manner The boys and gtrls contrrbuted to the Red Cross Communrty Chest and March of Drmes Cam
pargns Our htgh school helpers for the year were Nancy Wells Marctlle Hypes Betsy Mason and Betty Grllftllran
We are planmng an mteresttng trrp thrs sprlng
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We began the school year rn September wrth an enrollment of 16 boys and 16 grrls However erght more
puptls were transferred to our room at the begrnnrng of the second semester makrng a total enrollment of forty
three puprls We had a nrce Chrtstmas party and gxft exchange on Dec 24 before we began the annual mrd year
vacatron We also celebrated St Valentrne s Day w1th a valentrne box
We have trred to develop the art of self expresston by provrdtng opportumues for oral expressron The trme
set asrde for thrs actrvrty has proven very pleasant and worthwhile We have contrrbuted to the Communtty
Chest Red Cross and March of D1mes We have had a great many days of absence due to chtckenpox mumps
and rnfluenza All rn all we have had a pleasant and profrtable year
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Thts group of thrrd graders were alone the frrst semester At the begtnntng of the second semester ten fourth
graders were added to make ll a combrned thrrd and fourth grade room w1th thrrty frve ouprls Durrng the year
we contrrbuted to the March of D1mes Red Cross Communrty Chest and helped rn the PTO membershrp drrve
and fourth graders trted to sell relrgrous prctures and each puprl was grven a New Testament by the Chrldren s
Btble Socrety of Amerrca
We enjoyed the Chrrstmas party and exchange rn our room and took part rn the Chrrstmas program for the PTO
meetrng Every puprl has subscrrbed for My Weekly Reader for the last semester Its trmely news 15 most wel
come to each eager chrld We enjoy read1ng the hbrary books rn our room and those from the ltbrary We
learn to do by dorng All year we ve been tryrng to get along w1th one another tn the classroom rn the halls
on the playground to and from school and anywhere that we meet people We want to be lrked by everyone
The year has been a most tnterestlng one rn the Fourth Grade One of our frrst proyects was a tax stamp con
test w1th the Reds and Blues trytng to outdo each other rn brrngrng tax stamps In all we recetved S38 16 wrth
wluch we bought records map puzzles games modehng clay ftnger parnttng sets jumptng ropes and other
ttems to make study more rnterestrng and rarny day recesses more pleasant
When our enrollment rncreased so much that we were short of seats and coat hooks the fourth grade was dr
vrded Bad weather fl and mumps took therr toll brrngtng attendance marks down all durtng the thrrd
perrod In thrs Sesqutcentennral year we studred our county and state w1th rehef populatron and surface maps
Ccon t on page 80l
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to stick together Patty France, Phyllis Compton jerry Sprouse Phyllis Davis, Fred Ritchhart Charles Poole,
Richard Hertenstein were all here from Mrs. Maddox s first grade.
Mrs Matson was our teacher this vear There were afevv misunderstandings but we soon had them straight
ened out Mrs Hendricks taught us music which we enjoyed very much
The third year Mrs Minshall taught us to multiply and managed to survive our rough class We ended the
year wrth a picnic here at scho l
This year we grew up a little at least we plaved with the Fifth and Six grades Our teacher was Miss Wills
We closed the vear with a partv
Miss Swisher although she had other work to do taught us a little more about school and hovv to get along
with our classmates Vve again wound up the year with a party here at school
Now we were growing up we were on the second floor Mrs Byers was our teacher Although she was Stl'1CI
we passed on to the Sevehth Grade New members were Shirley Miller Martha Snuth Frances Bower Don
Allison Bill Harthcock Pat Stonestreet John Lemaster Clarkie Derexson Fredrick Derexson Russel Dills
Ralph Smith and David Uhrig
We entered Junior high this year Mr Schweinfurth was our advisor New members were Mary Gallagher
We began to think of entering High School and life ahead seemed full of adventure Most of our boys were
on the lr High Basketball Team Three of our students Frances Bower Geraldine Anderson Patsy Rinehart
were chosen lr High Cheerleaders Our adv1sor was Mr Llovd A new member was Le iota Smith
Here we were in High Schotl Everyone took the initx tion like a good sport Party at Mound Citv closed
the vear lvew members were Paulire Reed Vivian Roden Bill Pelfry Janres Page
Miss Simcox our advisor had a hard time keeping us in line but managed to live through it We had
Freshman and Sophomore Ex semple Same old picnic same old place
Xiiss Lmsted was our advisor What a splendid year Our class plav Almost Summer was verv successful
Tht jul ior Ser 1or Banquet turned out perfect Torn Stockman came to ns from Mt Sterling
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Here rt lS the last of our Hrgh Sehool Days It has heen suecessfnl rn most ways We all loved and respeeted
Mrs Graves who helped get ns our of many frqhts and QEIVC ns a helplnq hand whenever wc needed rt
Xll trrorgh me year we maee money lots of money by sellrvq food at the hasleetoall games me r
tournament sellrnq, ads pnblrshn Q the l-l1 Lrtcs raking part rn the Halloween Carnrxal havrng a danee and
many more money maldng sehemes Although the monev was hard to earn wc had lots of fun spendrng rt
U11 .llilllliify li our elass snrrrlsed Mrs Graxes wrrh a xerx sncccssfnl hrrthdax harry
K e enjoyed our hanqnet wlneh was nnt on hx onr np and comrng Senrors of si and came mournfullx to
llaeealallrcite and Connncncemelr vnowrng that our Qood Innes 11 Urnoto were over
we endee the year wrth a trm ro W ashmqton we rhmlf'
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We the Senror Class of 1953 realrzrng that four glorious vears of Hrgh are over and berng of sound mrnd
and body to dispose of our prized possessions do hereby declare thrs our last wrll and testament to be probated as
we leave the unforgetable halls of Unroto
Bob Atwood leaves hrs masculrne charms to Robert Henry so that he can attract those elusrve grrls
Tom Stockman leaves hrs Hot Rod Ford to Jerry Hurst so he wrll have a way home from basketball practrce
Richard Hertenstern leaves hrs curly harr to George Jayne as rf he needed rt
Phyllis Compton wrlls her abrlrty to be the lrfe of the party to anyone who thanks they are capable of accept
Jerry Sprouse wrlls hrs Chevrolet to hrs brother This rs so he can take Betts places
Fred Rrtchhart wrlls hrs penchant for singing and playing the gurtar to Eugene Lottrrll
Patty France wrlls her temper to Betty Mason hoping she can control rt
may have use for rt rn the frture and be forced to take rt back
9 Oscar Smrtn wrlls hrs artrstrc efforts to Rickey Iacobus wrth the request that he clean them up
Charles Poole leaves hrs positron as prtcher for the Unroto Softball Team to Larry Collrns asking fervently
that he carry on for old U H S
rzdrson Lowery wrlls hrs adeptness at staying out of school and getting away wrth rt to George Karamalakrs
Frances Bower wrlls her hrdrng place rn the cafeterra to Nancy Dennewrtz also the food that goes wrth rt
Wayn Cottrrll wrlls hrs Dodge to Roy Hauberl so that he may sarl forth
Patty and Davrd Dunlap leave for a long trrp on the sea of rrratrrmony
We the Senror Class leave our cooperatron wrth one another to the new Senror Class Also we regretfully
leave Mrs Graves who has been very krnd and understanding hoprng that they wrll love her as much as we do
And that upperclassmen rs our wrll We hope you wrll use these bequests rn the same sprrrt they are grven
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SCENE A small log cabrn over lookrng the Ohro Rrver Insrde a lrttle old man rs restrng comfortably rn a large
easy charr The wood rn the frre place rs slowly burnrng away he gets up quretly and lays another prece of
wood on the cracklrng frre In the corner of the room srts an old dusty book shelf he frngers the books one by
one untrl he comes across hrs favorrte one He pulls rt out and rt reads THE UNIOTOAN 1953 It s been a
bout twenty two years srnce I have seen all of those krds together I wonder how the world has treated them?
Wayne Cottrrll and Bobby Atwood are runnrng a large stock farm rn partnershrp Bob runs the frnancral part
of the busrness whrle Wayne runs the cows
And Oscar frnally got hrs long awarred desrre Yes you guessed rr runnrng hrs own pool room P S Confrden
trally there s a gamblrng room rn the back room That s why Bob and Wayne aren t savrng any money
Edrson Lowery rs strll workrng at Delong 81 Rrngwalds Have you notrced the latest make rn televrsron named
EDISON v You thought rr was named for Thomas Edrson I suppose Well that my frrends was named for
Edrson Lowery w ro served hrs company year after year to hrs best abrlrty fwhrch rsn t very goody
Patty France got her frrst Job at the Bell Telephone Company the second Job was when she got the boss
Phyllrs Davrs strll lrkes June Weddrngs She should thrs year wrll make her frfteenth
Fred Rrtchhart rs srttrng on top of the world these days He has just acqurred a new Job at Oscar s Restaurant
Doesn t pay much but there rs sure a lot of fun rn rt
Patty and Davrd are a happrly marrred couple as far as I know
Rrchard Hertenst rn rs unmarrred and strll lrves alone and strll has the trme of hrs lrfe Qplayrng the pranol
Frances Bower won a lot of money berng chosen Mrss Ross County 1953 Wrth that money she has traveled
around the world ten trmes and rs strll gorng strong Gosh I wonder how much she won'
Tom Stockman rs also makrng good money these days He s an automobrle mechanrc for one of the largest
automobrle dealers rn Chrllrcothe For your own protectron we wrll not reveal the name ofthe busrness
Jerry Sprouse has been rn the Navy for twenty two years now He rs Just about ready to retrre and a lot of movre
stars lrke Marrlyn Monroe and others have wanted to help hrm spend hrs money But he rs playrng rt smart he s
gorng to buy half rnterest rn Oscar s Restaurant
Phyllrs Compton has exercrsed her brrllrant mrnd bx berng Supt of Nurses I-losprtal rn Dayton But when a
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Our Latrn Club consrts of frfteen members Each Fall we rnrtrate the newcomers rn Latrn rnto the group
After a day of servrtude they are treated to a party The frrst and second year students vre vvrth each other rn
presentrng our br monthly programs The Freshmen out drd themselwes thrs year mth an orrgrnal productron of
Androcoles and the Lron
we earn our own money for our affarrs bv lteeprng the school supplred mth note book paper and one of the
thlngs we spent that money for thrs year was to attend Quo Vadrs also to sponsor our delegates tothe Ohro
State conventron ofl C L at Delaware and to buy ourj C L Prns
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School begrns Half day sample
The real thrng Full dose
Everybody getttng settled down for ntne months of study and fun
Elected class offrcers Tom Pres Chas V Pres Fran Sect Pa Treas
H1 Lrtes staff appornted New Mrmeographrng machtne from PTO
Senror boys sk1p study hall for the frrst t1me
Freshmen 1n1t1at1on Freshmen can t wart untrl they are Senrors
Freshmen tryrng to beat up on Senrors Revenge'
Seruors are takrng Journalrsm for the f1rst t1me
Wayne rs 18 today The army has another lrkely prospect
Rrchard rs strll the most mnocent kxd rn school Thank goodness
Has anybody got a fan Hot weather
Semors sponsor movre Prrnce of Peace
Sold scrap Raced gorng to town Tom won
Indrvrdual prctures made Watch the brrdre Phyllrs Compton broke the camera agatn
Started selhng 1ce cream Man look at that money roll rn and that tce cream roll out
Spaghettr supper We drdn t make much money but we had a lot of fun
Junrors had a square dance
We ordered announcements and drplomas It won t be long after all
Jumors had a skatrng party O my achrng back
Seruors had prctures taken and started llrng ads for annual
Patty Fra rce has frnally reached 18
Charlr Poole has another brrthday We celebrate wrth a cake
Halloween Carnrval Ruth LeMaster elected queen Congratulatrons
Chrllrcothe Halloween parade Frances Bower elected MISS ROSS COUNTY Hooray'
Musrcal program Decosta 8a Ferrarr Lost S3 We never grve up though
Everybody talkrng basketball Hoprng for a good season
Basketball game wrth Barnbrrdge We lost
Party at Phyllrs Comptons Had a lot of fun
Sold scrap Had another race Rrchard won wrth hrs old Ford because Fred Rrtchhart was on foot
lr H1 Cheerleaders elected Congratulatrons and good luck
Ball game wrth Centralra We lost
Bob Atwood IS 17 But he st1l1 runs around lrke a 7th grader
Ir Class Play N1ce go1ng k1dS
Senrors Jealous of ,lumors Can t wart untrl they put on therr class play
Werner roast at Tom s house Wayne what happened to your pants?
Basketball game at Twrn Better luck next trme boys
Thanksgrvrng vacatron begrns
Merry Thanksgtvmg and a happy turkey leg
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Everyoodx stiff got a cold and sore
Jerry Sprouse and Bob Atwood can t make up their minds about the girls
Bob Atwood has made up his mind He s going to leave them alone
Varsrty beat Huntrngton 68 46
Mahaffey trying to play cuprd works on Charles Poole and Shirley Xlason
Seniors wartrng patiently on their pictures
Got pictures back Frances IS 17
School gave Christmas program for P T O Guess who our Santa Claus was?
lr H1 beat Clarksburg
Miss Umsted and Seventh Grade are working on Christmas Plavs
Christmas vacation begins Merrx Xmas Everyone'
Back to school after a nice vacation Phvllrs Compton is 18
Leap year IS over and no one took the leap for Miss Umsted Reason Tow big a leap
Started making plans for a dance
Started selling annual subscriptions
Mrs Graves birthday officially Party was a day ahead of time
3 Senior boys skip school They said they were over the hill but which hill'
Everybody working hard on Annual and Hr Lrtes
Trying to pick out a class play
Had a television set at school to watch inauguration Mrs Graves had a shoe full of coffee
Partv at Phvllrs Compton s house
Beat Clarksburg Nice going boys
Movie about Patrick Henry or was it Theodore Roosevelt?
Richard is 18 We had a dance and a party later for Richard
Basketball game with Frankfort cancelled because of flu
Got beaten by Catholic Central at CHS gym Boohoo'
Decided on class play
Every one trying out for parts in the play
Bainbridge here They beat us by four points
Tournament We were put out by Bainbridge Doggonel
Jr Hr Tournament here We sell food
More tournament games at CHS
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When each of us hrd unshed tears
Lrfe stretched before us wrth joys and fears
Each one wrll go hrs separate way
And do hrs best from day to day
We 11 keep 1n mrnd our Savrour s Creed
To do the rrght rn word and deed
For Unroto 15 ever dearest yet
She gave us farth to frght and w1n
In the trrals of lrfe that soon wrll begrn
School days now are at an end
The path we choose on us depends
To achreve success wrll be our a1m
If the hrghest goals we would attarn
Our dear old school we'l1 ne'er forget
Prelude Vrohr 501
Hwuu Abrde wrth Xie
Anthem Prax er Perfect
Hark the Vesper HV rm rs Stealmg
Solo The lord s Pra5Cr Nialottt
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Rex Thou as Tiwhwr
Iutroduetron of Sneaker
Trumpet Trro Trro for Trumpets Daru
Iv an Elx Don Dodd Robert Hehrx
Preseutatreu of Drplou as
Ni rsu oeal Solo
Preseutatroh of A w ards
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Beard of Edueatror
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Iunxors and Sophomores play a red hot game
Some ofthe Jumors didn t cool off enough to come to school today
Another Jr H1 game and we are still selling food This was the last time
Sophomores win class tournament
Richard Hertenstern and Patty Thornton are htttrng it off pretty good
Seruors working like mad on class play
Semorsbegrn planning tr1p to D C
Farm Bureau Banquet
Freshman Skating party
The annual has gone to press We hope
Mrs Hendrick IS having rehersals right and left for the County Music Festival
4 H Banquet
Phyllis Compton just came tn late as usual
Edison couldn t get here again
Miss Umsted complains that Desperate Ambrose disturbs her English class The crook'
Cattle Breeders Banquet
A certain Junior girl can t be convinced that the Juniors assemble in Room 9 Keeps coming to Room 10
Jerry Sprouse IS 18 today A big boy Mom
Senior boys still Sklp study hall and get away with it sometimes'
Tom IS 18 years old today
April fools day and Charlie Poole is the biggest fool at last
Bob and Wayne still are the two biggest gamblers 1n Ross County
Wayne went broke Bob IS 1n the chips
Frrst Monday in April and everybody IS feeling that the close of school is coming near
Seniors are planning their trip Bon Voyage
Frances and Edison had a fight No blood
Frances and Edison made up Still no blood
County mus1c festival
Richard goes swimming A Chooo He got a cold
Can t Wall for the Jr Sr Banquet Seniors are getung hungry
Mahaffey QIVES speed test Phyllis Compton goes in the hole
PTO Style Show
Party at Frances Bowers Had a lot of fun
Latin Club Banquet
We entertain the Lions Club Roar Roar'
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wrth rock collecttons scrapbooks of the Moundburlders 1nterest1ng places people and events stones rn Enghsh
about the thtngs we studred Altogether we had an tnterestrng and worthwhrle year W planned a trrp to the
Ross County Museum whrch proved to be espec1ally mterestmg thrs year because we are celebratrng Ohro s 150th
When school opened rn September we had an enrollment of 44 rn the Frfth Grade Those enterlng durrng the
year were as follows Juha Hrnton Rrckre Gutsrnger and Wtlham Davrdson We lost by transfer Conme Free
Jackre Drlley Ethel Hart Gary Hurless and Robert Warner
Th1s year we have worked hard and have had lots of nrce trmes together Vanous commrttees have kept our
room neat and orderly Each puprl rn the room IS responstble for a certaln task The court has made many decr
srons about our problems The offtcers are elected by the puprls Meettngs are held every two weeks We have
learned the meamng of self drscrphne and to be better school c1t1zens
for our room We have partrcularly enJoyed so many new lrbrary books and readtng materral Chrtstmas trme
found us enJoy1ng a g1ft exchange and party In January we had aparty w1th Refreshments and games The
Valentrne Box was a treat for us all We are glad several mothers have vrsrted our room We wrsh every parent
could take advantage of thrs opportunrty We are proud and happy that our room was awarded the PTO Attendance
Banner for several months Class offxcers elected were
Presldent Becky Hurst
Vrce Presrdent Gary Hurless
Secretary Bonnre Evans
Advtsor Mrss Morrrs
Our class has been unusually large thts year Our hrghest enrollment was 47 In sptte of thrs crowded condr
tron we have managed to do some very f1ne work In addmon to our regular class work we have done some nrce
thrngs 1n Art At Halloween we made paprermache masks At Chrtstmas we made cotton snowmen to be used
as door decoratrons Probably our best effort was our starned glass wmdows We also had many frne drawmgs
rllustratrng our class work
We took several tr1ps durrng the school year The outstandrng one was to the Chllltcothe Gazette offrce
We saw the enttre process from the begrnnrng of the gatherrng of the news to the folded prrnted paper We have
learned many thrngs tlus year which wrll help to make us better c1t1zens Cooperatrng wrth others and loyalty
were the qualmes we strrved
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We contributed to the Red Cross, March of Dimes, and helped in PTO. We sold garden seeds to make money
One more mor th of school and we wrll have our heads full of all the knowledge that one person could learn rn 12
Senror fvrrls walk down the hall lrke they had lost therr last frrend Really grrls rt s not that bad graduatron that
Nl usrc Festrv al
Last IIITIC Phvllrs can lnde out rn tne cafeterra
Trrp to W ashrngton We hope
Last week of school
Recoverrng from trrp
Baccalaureate The end rs almost here
Commencement Thrs ts rt krds
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vrsrted Krngston and agarn went down to defeat 78 53 Then we went for a
bus rrde to Clarksburg and broke our losrng streak by wtnnrng over Clarksburg
73 60 The Catholrc Central Panthers were very determrned to w1n therr second
game wrth Umoto and frnally squeezed through 50 43 Barnbrrdge came to
Unroto determrned to hold the League Champronshrp and managed to keep rt
bv defeatrng Unroto by 4 pornts Score 68 64 Then the second Frankfort
game was played on Unroto s court but the Shermans were beaten by a score
of 63 55 We drew Barnbrrdge rn the Tournament Thrs was Unrotos last
game rf they drd not wrn The Shermans were very anxrous to wm It was a
verv close and hard fought game the score at the half trme 18 21 The game
was tred up several trmes once wrth only four mrnutes to go and then Barn
brrdge took the lead agarn and stalled the ball the two remarnrng mrnutes
The frnal score was Unroto 39 Barnbrrdge 50 and so Unroto closed th1s chap
ter of basketball wrth some happy memorres and a few regrets
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Coach Roy Silvani? Uniofo
team shattered a county smftball
league scoring record in five in-
nings Tuesday as it registei-mi a
decisive 31-4 vicmry over Con-
tralia on the losers' field.
The Sherm:-in's belwfi two Can-
tralia pitchers for 21 hats and
stole ten bases. Scoring staiiciouts
for Uniow wma: Jerzy Sprouse
with seven RBI'sg Armstrong and
Lowery, four each, Poole and
Both coaches agresii to cali fha
game at ihez and iff ihc fifth
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C. Fool:-, Jacobus 157 and Arm'
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Grfvzm 2 championship
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playoff 'luvsdziy zxftirrnonn by
defeating' Bainbridge, 34,
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