Upper Arlington High School - Norwester Yearbook (Upper Arlington, OH)

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QRLINGTCDN HIGH 'il , , V ..:.g i ll A 1. '34 ,.-fs lk W mn x P 1-gg' SCENES ABOUT SCHGGL W 'V HOME COUNCIL RING FHCULTY FHCULTY ADMINISTRATION .Iohn VViIIiam Jones--Superintendent Lester Lynne .laclcson-dprincipal J. Stewart Collins-Clerk, Treasurer of the Board ol Education DF FICE CLERKS Luella Mae Carr Helen Louise Vic'Icers CDUNSELORS IVIargrett C. Schultz Vvilliarn VV. Glllden Walter Byron Heischman Ivan VV. Davis Kathleen Glive Tyson Katherine Frances Glick SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS Robert H. Cavins-Chemistry, Geometry J. Bailey Bushfceography, Biology Vvilliam VV. Gulden-IVIathematics lxlargaret Pomerene IVIartin-Iwlathematics, History, General Science Arthur Lowell Ciuesman-Ivlathematics HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS Richard Anderson Larlxin-Athletic Coach, History, Biology Vvalter Byron Heischman--Athletic Coach, Physics, General Science Ixlargaret L. Ogan-Physical Education, English E. Donald IVIcCuIIough-Physical Education, Director ot Recreation Florence Larimer Fogleflxlurse LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Ixlargrett C. Schultz-Latin Margaret Catherine Brown-French, Cicero, English LaVeIIe Rosselot-French, English SPECIAI. DEPARTMENTS Thelma F. Beelmanr-Art Director Louise Bangham+I'Iome Economics, English James Russell Classflndustrial Arts, History Stefan Luther .Iones-lVIusic Iean Elizaheth Blalce-IVIusic Katherine Frances Ciliclc-JI-ypewriting, Shorthand, English Bernice Ruth Rea-Library, English ENGLISH AND SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS Kathleen Qlive Tyson-English, Dean of Girls I.iIIian Trimhle Rhodes-English Ivan VV. Davisfsociology, Economics, History Arthur .Iewett INIcCuIIough-History 4 FACULTY T .J MW ., gf QM" 2 Zia 3 ,,,4lP" Lf' 4 gi f 2 aww ' K , M ,mv ' ' ww -A 14 ,af-W Phsbwr ,,,...-1' 'f f ,,. J ' , an "" " ' A H ., .. J. CASU AL SN APS BR AV ES SQU AW S SENXCDRS V CLHSS HISTORY The Trihe ot ,41 is now ready to depart from Notgnilra Village into greater hunting grounds where the light of the rising sun shines brightly down upon vast prairies. First, let me tell you some of the high-lights in the history ot our great trihe. Way hack in 1929, twenty-seven ot our hraves and squaws, Patti Anne Adlcison, Dean Axene, Dick Barr, Jimmy Baynes, Ray Fenner, Caroline Fisher, lvlaryanne Fisher, Marilyn Gardner, Jim Harmon, Peter Held, lvlarge Howe, Ellen Jones, Sarah Joseph, Bill Keifer, Gloria McDonald, lVliriam Mclntosh, Hobart Wlunsell, Jane Palmer, Andy Scott, Paul Selby, Barloara Shain, Barbara Shipley, Dorothy Starr, Harry Steele, Robert Taylor, Nancy Wood, and John Zartman joined our tribe as tiny papooses. Each pa- poose had foremost in his mind the undying hope that some day he would hecome a, hold hrave or a worthy maiden. Do you rememher that great day when we were freshmen? Gur little chiefs that year were the following: president, Dean Axeneg vice president, Ted Hamiltong secretary, lvlarilyn Gardnerg and treasurer, .lim Harmon. As we were still very young, we stayed Close to the campg however, we did have one war dance. It was held at Smithss Skating Rini: on Qctoher '50, 1957. 9 Our freshman year Flew hy, and we were promoted to the ranlcs ol sophomores. Due to the arrival ot many new "warriors to hen the Notgnilra Village was rapidly gaining tame and for- tune. Sophomore chiets were the following: president, Paul Selhyg vice president, Ted Hamil- tong secretary, Clare Shannong treasurer, Cvorden Rosencrans. On Novemloer 10, we gathered all the w7illages together and held a dance in North Hall. It went under the common name ot the usophomore Flopu, hut it was a great occasion in our young lives. Une bright day the following September, we all reported to the Notgnilra Village to till the position of juniors. Thinking we were at last on the complex road to warriorship, the proud junior loraves and squaws loolced down with disgust on the antics ot the uso youngu papooses. Living up to our new status we gave one of the higgest and hest powwows in our history, the Junior-Senior. All the Council Ring, Big Chief, lvledicine Mari, loraves, squaws, and papooses attended this powwow in their hest and most ferocious war paint. On lxlarch 29, we presented the junior class play entitled Mfhe Ghost Paradef, Seniorsl l ul At last we were full-Hedged warriors. Conflicting emotions tilted the hearts ot every hrave and squaw. Each one of us felt a pang of remorse at the thought ot leaving our vil- lage, hut we all anticipated the thoughts ot new and hetter hunting grounds. The chiefs were president, Ted Hamiltong vice president, Paul Selby, secretary, Jim tlarmong treasurer, Gordon Rosencrans. They all have had hard taslcs hetore them, lout they have done line worlc. Our senior class play, nYoung April", was presented in the auditorium on lway 16. After graduation the Trihe of '41 will stage its final powwow in North Hall. The hraves and squaws ot the village would like to express their gratitude to the Medicine Man, to Big Chief, and to the Council Ring tor their untiring elltorts which have contrihuted so greatly to our success. Maryanne Fisher 8 SENICDRS IIILOIJORII IU IIXXIILION ,, , -, E1 f7Ino Null- l nlxvrslly IFIXNIL II.XNIII.'IUN lJf2lIll2llIl'9 K Iulw '12 .'ul1lUr i,l1l55 I lily ISIHIIAIQ UI4-nl Clulw I, 2, 3: lxlunilur I: Ixlinslrm-I Slum- 3, -I: C2p0rvlIu I: fllws-all 0 . Ill 4 . IIUIII-gv :II XX'iIIinm mul Ixlary NIXRIIHN IIOI'I, CLXRIJNLR films 54-an-lnry I: Ch-nl-ml SCINIIHTSIIIIJ r llunful I Immr 50111 ly . 54 mor Dmnmlll 5 f'IuIx I Igm-rrvlnrybz Immlm-rs' Class 3 Ismn-lzuryl: I Iyirv Ilya-siclc-nl mul Trous- urvr : Sllnlm-nl f,IIiu- Isorre 3: .Iunior CL... II.uy ISLIIII, I.1Irmry Elnlzl 2. Slu- sls-nl fwnuml 3, -I: fV2lwx-:fs ffourt IAI- lvmlunljx jxnnlml Slnll lliclilor In Chi.-II, r ljlliu Sluli' lIniu'rsily CEURIJON XN'II.I.IAFI ROSFNCHXNS II, lII:1s4 f7I'I'i4'vr 2 Ill-l'6'ilSlIl'6TI. 3 Iyiu' I'n-ei :Il-ull. I lll4ll'ilSlIl'1'TIC Hi-Y 2. 3, I If2uIm . alll. 5 I , P, 4 , -. 3, I: Ilmml I, 2. 3, 4: I3asIcelI1aII I. 2, 3, ,I UN, I'.3ll I. I..X2II3I'.RI 5I'.I.I53, IR, 1 , 2 s rlvnllg llc-m-ml SrImI:1rsIuip ,I-Pfilll 2: svn- ' ." ' . ' I , W r . ... . H13 1 fl .xInmlI. I II rmlclvnlf, I00lImII I, 2, 3. I: Ilnslu-lImII 2, 3: lraflc I, 2, 3, -I: Ynrsily A. 3 Ivivr- PYPSIAGIIII, I Illrl-siflvnlfx Ixlinslrn-I Slum 7,41 Nalifnllzul Hunnr Sul H ly. f2Iliu Slulv lvllivvrsily ,IOXX I.I.If.XI5I.III DcI,OXQ, III-lwrnl S4 ImInrsI1ip 'Il-am I. 2. 3. I: Sm-n iur S4ImIursIrip Ivzmmg TUFCII I, 2. 3, I: Nnliruml Ilonur Soriolyg GirI's :XIIIII-lif .xsxmiuliun Ifxnluinvllg .loumulism f'IuIx: Iuninr flaws I'Iny: Orc:Ilc:slrzx I, 2. 3. I: l3nmI I, 2. 3. I: GIv0 CIIUIQ I. 2: Snlulu- lnriun: ffps-rs-llu 4: IXIinslre'I Sham 2. 3. lJI1in Shah: lInIvn-'rsill' I IARI. IINIDILN SIIANINON frlrI5 .XlIlIaln Ixswmlullolm I Il Flhldlllll. Imucln-rs' fluss 3, VI: flirl Reservvs 3 ISL-cv rs-lzlryl. I: Iiluss Svrrvlnry 2: Slllfll-'Ill f2I- Iiu- I'urrv 2, 3: Iuurnulism f lull Ilvpisllz J .Iunmr CLI., IL., IFIIIIII. fjllio Shale- lvllivvrsily' IXNIIQS NIXII IIZXX' HARBIOX Iurmll I, 2, 3, I: Svnior SfI10IarsI1ip 'Ina-sun: Nlunilur 'I: Slusle-nl fjllife l:0ffl' I: VL... f5I'I'iu-r I Illqrf-insure-rl. 4 Isecre-laryl. fyllin Slulm' l'lliu'rsily I I SENICDRS SAI .I .Y .XXX I I.-XXS Iurclu I: G. R, lyiu- Iyjrvsinlfkrlll 3: ,Iunior filnsc PI... ISIHIII: I-iI1mry Skull I, 2, I: UI.-0 Iilulv I: Ilmm- c30IllII'lQ Qur-on: xlinetrm-I Slums 3, -I: jxllllllill Skull lArII. fllliu Flulm' I lxivvrsily' I JIQXN IANI1 .XXI-INIE flaw fjlliu-r I lljrx-simlc-nII: Ge-m'raI Sc Iml- nrfI1ip 'I44'mn I. 2. 3. I: Svniur Sc Imlurf slxip 'III-um: 'I-orcll I. 2. 3. -I: Nulionnl Ilmmr Sm is-Iy: III-I F1 lxviz e Ijrt-sic,IcnII: Slumlf-nt LIUUIIKII I llln-sicIeJnII: flrclvvsiru I, 2, 3: I3unrI I, 2. 3: I3unII1uII I, 2, 3. I: Ifuslu-tImII 2. 3. -I: Irm'Ic I. 2. 3. I: Yursily 2. 3. I: BIUIIIIOT -I. I,rinu-Inn I'nix'z-rsily XN'.XI.KIfIC IIONII-fIIfR ILJXYNI.-KN Ifusi Iligll I. 2, 3: 'I4orc'I1 -I: Senior Sclnular- slrip 'IIs-nm: Drmnuiirs Clulx 43 Irnrlq -15 3Ifmilur 'IL Nnlinnnl I'I0n0r Sofivly. fIIniu Shih- I'niu-rsily NIXXRII IA IfIX1fXR Anmml SIHII lfIircuIuIionI: Ulm- fflulu I. 2, 3. flllin sinh' Ivnivr-rsily l5Iuiurs-II:-I: Ulm- lIIuIm I. -I: :Xnnu I'I"I'I,R IAI,I.IX IIIIID Hur CL... Illexy IFIUIII: Iiuml I, 1, J film IIIUI I 7 ' I fjrrlu Irll I 3 I" I .-. I. I 'Si .-. Fullnnnng I4-:Im I3 fIpvrvIIn I: Ixlmflrzl Flnm 1, 1. I. I,.nrlmmlIIl Kflll.-gp NII.I"I'.X IXNI, III.RI5I"IQ'I Idmlmm Iunim IIIQII I: KI.-H-I..mI II.-igll 2: ill.-p fwlulm 3. I: flpm-r4'IIu I: NIinsIrmI Flluxx 3, I' IIr.xmuII1- I Iulv I: Inrsll 3 I: 51-Dior Ilan I'I.Iy flllin Shah- Irnixc-rxily YI XRI II QRY NNN I If JVVIQ fiirlf .xllllmlif .xffmhxlinll I lfI.uIrimII, Ibm mzulics flulx -I: I.iIvrury FIHII 1: Isnml 1 Null lxrl I'.1IiIurI: Ixlinslrn-I Slum' fIlu-rm-Ilan: fvniur I Inu Ijluy. fflmiu Slulv Ivniw-rsilx MI .K IRC llf RI4 'I IJXRIJ IS.-XRR Yureily .Xp CLUII I. 2. 3. ICIAIIFIZIIZII 1 ffuplzuinl. UI1 in SIQII1' Ilnixm-rxih I BARBARX I.Ol'ISlf SHAXIN Give Clulu I. 2: .lunior Class Play Iglnlill, fjllio Shih' liniu-rsily CHARLES FRANK READING C0lUnllDllS Aruclvlxiy 'iz OFCIIPSIYH I. 2: Banci I, 2: Ulf-.Q Clulw I. 2: Foollmll I, 21 Basics-llxnll 2. 'I: ilqmrlc 2, 4: Tennis 2, -I: Ynrsily A 2. II, 5: ixlinsfrel Slum' I cjiliil Shih' liniu-rsily JOHN ANDRICVV IIlfA'I'II hlI0l'C'il 4: Drnnmliris Clulm Iprogranl Clmirf nmni: film-me Cluls 2: ,luniur Clnss Play: Senior filnss ljlnyz Ylinsln-I SIIONY -1. Prinrc-Ion I iniu-rsily IYIARTHA I.IfI-I l'l.If'I'l,'IIIiR fvlf-0 flulr I, 2: lorcll I, 2, 7. I: An- nual Slnlili Ispnrlslz .lunior Class Play Islnl-Il: lbfilllliliili flulw -1: Senior filnss play: Nnlinnnl lionnr Sorieiy. Dvnison liniw-rsiiy SEN IDRS MARY ANN Nl IDD Give Cluln I: Iuninr Iilnss Play ISlnl'Il: Blinsln-I Slum' 7, I: flume-11's Court IA!- If-nrizmll. fillio Shih' linivvrsity If JHN X.-XRI'NI.'S.X Iflffll Ig Hi-N ,I IC nlximfllz Xarsily A 3. I: Bnslu-Ilxnll 5. -1 Ixlnnngvrll fioll 2, 3, II: Anruml Stull! Iliusinessi. fillio Vvvsle-yun llnivm-rsily RIJBERVII I,I'.i'i VIIJXYIITR Grunrlview Higll Siluml I. 2,3 Hi-I IC alpi- '7 neil -Ig Iunior filnss Play: film' Cluiw -. '55 Fooilmll 5, I: il-rnrlc 5, -1: Yarsily A: Niinstrf-I Slmw 4. cyllili Slate Ilnivz-rsiiy NIARY ,-XDIQIA-Xllllf XX'l'lI.I.If fic-neml Sijlmlnrsliip ilivmn 2, 'ig Torcli I. 2, 3. 4: IJ-min-rs' filnss: ,IOIIIIIEIIISIII Clulv -I Ilfciilorlz Shui:-nl filliicv Force- 2: .jxssvllxluly Cmnrnillvv I: .lunior Class PI,-y Islnlllnlg Lilvmry Shall I: Slucic-nt Council 4: ixnnunl Shall Iixlillilullfjll Naiismrlaul Honor Sofia-ly. SIKJIJIICHS .lunior Cullvgi- if I J rf, L 2, I-4 ,nw 3IIfRI.lf NYIQSLEY IIOVVSON, JR. Ronsmvll .Iunior Higll I: Sunil: Iligflu 2: fic-nvml Scllolarslxip -IQORIIII VI: S1-nior SFIIUIRIYSIIIII Team: Ion I1 3. -I: Ili-Y I lilirvnsun-rl: ,loumulism fwluli Ilfusim-ss Ixlmmgvrig Cilvv Cluli I, 2, 3, I: :Win- slrvl Slmw 5. 4: National Ilmmr Snriviy. filuiu Slulv lfniversiiy N.'XDINIf D4-XYI1-I furl Rvsvrvvs fl Ic,2ilYlIH"IlZ Drmnzuius flulv I1 Nloniior fl: .Iunior fluss Illuy ISIUIII: Nlinslrvl Sllow 2, fjlliu Stnhx Ilnivvrsily ' I5l'Q'I"I'Y .IVAN NIOUK Xvulnuk Hills Higli, Ciminnzxli, flluin I1 'IIorr'Il 2, 3, 4: Girl R4-sq-rw-s -fl ISI-rrw iurylz Dramalics Clulm VI. IDIIIU Shih' Ifnivf-rsity RC 7I3IfR'I' I IAROLD GATSC 'I I fwolumlniu .Iunior Iligli Sclmol. Ili-min, Illi- nois I: Ijvorin Cenlrnl Iliglu S1 Il-ml. lie-- nrm. Illinois 2: files- flulm H: Irurlx 7, -I: Sluslc-nf Ullvifml Iiorux I: lIifY -I ISN'- rm-Iuryl: Nlinsirvl Slum 'iz Inurnnlism Iiluli 'I lvllmnsurcrl. film: Shih' lfnivcrsily XY.XIfI'IfR IANIES CONNUIIY Iluullunll 7, -1: Trmli 2, 3, fl: IJHIIIIRIIIKQ lilulw I. fivurgiu Sflmnl ol -Iimlillology NIIRIKXIVI CI-AIRIf MrIN'I4OSII I.iIirzury Stall I, 2. '5, "I: Girl Rrsc-rvvs Ifnls- im-ll 2, 3, 4: 5Iinslre-I Slum' 2, 4. Utterly:-in College .I.XCQl7liI.INF PA'I'RlC'IA I5lQNIfIfR ,IKIIITIIRIIISDI Club IExf'ruIixc- Ifmlilurlg flrrllvs- Im I, 2: Buncl I. 2, 3, -I: Ulm- Clulm I, 2, 3, -Ig flpereila 11, lwlinsirm-I Sllow 2, 3, 11: fivimf-rul Srliolarsliip 'lie-mn -1. fllxiu VV:-slvyan Uniuxrsily lIIfI.IfN ANNE BOLIAQS Ijrmnntirs CIUI1 4: Ijlmrnry Stull I, 2, J Buml I, 2, 3, -I: Girls' Sniininillgilia-nil: flllio Shih- Ivnivffrsily ALMA MARCINIZ SPANGLER C.-XROl.lNlf ITISF IER c1l'lll'l'ill Scholarship Team 2. 4: Senior Scholarship Temng Torch 4: .lournnhsm fhlh -lg ljhmry Stuff l, 2. 5, 4: GIN- Chlh l. 2, flhiu Sluh' lvnixvrsily VVll.l,l!XM C'AfVlI'BlQl,l, KIEFER Vuolhnll 1 fN'IilIlilQl'I',l Basketball 2. 5. 4: Trufk 2, 3, 4 ffynplainfz Varsily A fvirx- lJI'4'Siflt'IlUC yhrnilor 4. Cyhiu Sluhf lvllixvrsily RUl5l'fR'l' .IOHN CLTYLIQR I 1 5 1 , . . I 10 1 1- mnlirs Chlh 45 Swimming 4: Flonilor 4. Ohio Slam- l'niversiiy BARBARA .IO SHIPLIQY fvh-1' C Illll I. lg fxhnslre-I Show 1 Ulm, sinh- l'niv1-rsily I1-I N.-XRY Ifl.lZABlf'I'II SNYDER Brown High Svhciol, ci?llllhI'iFIgf', Ohirr I, 2, J: Drmlmhss fhlh -1. Nlimni Univvrsily JAMES HARNON BAYNIQS .lournnlism Chlh -1: SfIICI6'Ht 0ffi1'c- liorrv 1, 2, 'ig lunior Class Play fslixmz Fool- lmll 2. J. I: Bnslwihall 2. J, 4: frank -I: Bhmilur 1: Varsity A -1: Annual Frf.l'I fgpurisf. fjhiu lvniu-rsify Nh'Kinh-y Junior High lg North High 2, 'bg .luurnuhsrn Chnh 4. I flhio Shah- lfnivr-rsily DURUTIIY NLXIZ STARR Drnmnlims filuh -I: Uh-v Club -1: fxhnetrc-I Show 21 fjpvrvllu -I, Fliznni lvniw-rsily F hh A 4J SENICDRS HOISART BIONROIQ INIUNSELL Class Secretary 5: Senior Seilolnrsliip Tezun: 'IIurrl1 5, 4: Hi-Y 5 lC0unciIl: Student Office Force- 2: ,Iuniur Class Play: igannl I: Footifmll 5, 4 lyiunzlgerl: Varsity A: Annual Stull lBusinc'ssl: Senior Fluss Play: National Honor Society. flllin State University MARGARET JANE PALMER fviris' Atimie-lic Association: Girl Reserves 5 lCui1ine-tl, 4 lvice Presidentl: Drz1i11zxtim:s Club 4: Iuearlers' Class 5, 4: ,lunior Class Play: I.iI9rary Stall I, 2. 5: Glee Cluim I, 2, 5, 4: Urchestrzi I: Annual Stall lcirculutionlc Ivlinstrel Slnow 2, 5, 4: Operettzi. Cjlrio State University NANCY VVOOD Torcil 5, 4: fjirlsv Atilletic Assoriation 5 fvire Presielentl, 4 lTn'asurerl: Girl Re- serves 4 fvlqreasrxrerlg .lournalisin Cluia 4: i,SRfII3IS' Class 5, 4 lijrcsicicntl: Oilirsr Force I: .lunior Class Play lstalzil: Stir cient Counrii 5: .Annual Stall lcirculn- tionl: Clmeerleacier 5, 4. Oiiio State University CYRLIS FRANKLIN MILLER Fnotimli I. 2. 3, 4: Tracic 5, 4. iviiami University .IANIES WlI.I.lANI VVELLER Iviinstrel 2, 5. 4: Operetta 4: Fnotlmll I, 2, 5, 4: Give Ciulb I, fl, 5, 4: riiravlc 12: Drzx1l1z1tic's Club 47 Varsity A 4. Oluio State University WANDA DARLEEN MILLARD imrnaculntu High. I:ort IJCHVCDWOTIII, Kan- sns I: Dramatics Cluin 4: Sturlent Oi- lice Force 2, 4: Cviee 2, 5, 4: Ivlon- itor 4: Operetla 4: Ixlinstrel Show 2, 5,4. Njlilfifjfif' Vwieivsler .luninr College PATRICIA ANNE ADKISON Drarnatics Cluiu 4 lvirze Presicientl: Iuiimrary Sialit 2: Grfiif-sim I: Glee Ciuln I, 2. 5, 4: .Iuninr Class Play: Iviinstrel Slmw 2. 5, 4: Senior Class Play. Oilio State University NNf'II,.I.IAINI DAVID KRAUSE B1-xiffy Higil I: Pmncl 2, 5, 4: Ormtlmeslru 5. 4: Aviation Cluim 5, 1 lpresiclc-ntl: ,luurnnlisxn Clulu 4: IViinstreI Sixow 5, 4, flpcrettu 4: Annual Stull' livinlie-upl: Cixeinistry Assistant 5. fjllio State University. NIHXRY IIJUISIQ VVORKNAN .xlln-rlon Iligll. l.ouisvillm'. Kvnlufliy I, 21 Svniur Svlmlursllip Vlicmnz 'lvursll I: Dm mulixs flulx I: Lvmlvrs' Cilnss -I: ljlmrury Slzxll I: Annual Stull' IIJIQ-ruryl: Nlinslrvl Slum I Isinlll: flpm-rvtfn I: Sc-ninr film, llluy: National Ilonur Smash-ly, if. 1,. auprhnl I mu-rslty .XNIJRISXY Il.-XNYl.lfY SC'O'l"I' lwmllxall I. 2, 1. -I: lrmlc 7, I: XZIYWIX X 1: Svnior flue: Play: Nlnnilor I. fflnln Elixir- I nlvvrslly RAYNIUND .XI.I3IlR'l' IIQNNIQR Drfmmtime flulx 4: .lunior Class Play: Fool- I .Il Y IS x I 1 1 1 ma -: ny .icuus Q. '. -. fJl1iu Slnlv lvnixersily ANN XYINKLIIR I'fXl.I.ON lgvxlvy Higll I: fI4'm'rul Sclmlnrsllipz fIirl Reserves 2 Ifizxlxim-Il. 3 I-I-'l'l'2l4lII'4'I'l. I Illrvsiclmmijz lournnlism Clulm: IA-:urls-re' Class 3: Slucln-nl f7Iliu- Force 3: Iuniur Class Play ISIul'l'l. flllio Stahl lvniyvrsiiy 1 IQI .IZXISIQ II I .XNN SHI "I'I'I.IfXX'OR"l'II Ulm- fvlul: I. 2, 3: Cups-rm-lin 3: Nlinstrvl 5llrm I, Nlmuxlllrrny Cnllvgc' IIONILQR VERNON SCOTI' l,I4'Lllll0Ilf Higlx I. 2: Dramalifs fqlulv I: lxlonilor -1: 'lvmrli 3, 4: Swimming ,lla-11:11 'Ig Selnior Class Play: Varsily :X Ig Bnncl 3: Ulm' filulmz Ixlinstrel Slum' 3. flllio Stale llniw-rsiiy MVK l"ROS'l' LVTEIIIIIYIIWV lv 2, TI IHHIIIS IUZIIII flluio Slam- University NIXRC LXRITI' NIOVI-'I-1'I'l' lurfll 4: lilwrury Shall II. fjllin Xveslvyull I 'niyvrsily SENICDRS GLORIA JEAN NIQDONALD DfRlllillICS Club 4: .Inurnalism Club 4: .Iunior Class Play: Glvc Clulw l, 2, 3: Annual Staff llfusinesslp Operelia fStalI'l: Nlinslrel Slmw 2, 5, 4. lpjenison Llniversily ROBERT LANVREN CE SNOUFFER Ge'ncrrziI Sfllolarsliip Team I, 3, 43 Vlorvli I, 2, 5, 4: Senior Scllolarsllip loam: Naiional Honor Sovifvlyg Science Clulr: Orc'l19sIra l, 2, 5, 4: Band I, 2. 3, 43 Nlinslrel Slxow. Oliio Statc- Universily HOVVARD DAVIS ZELLFR ljooilnall 2, 5, 4: Swimming Tcranl 4: Var- siiy Purdue Uniy'ersiiy DOROTI IY JEAN NIfCOLLISTER C-leo Club I, 2. 5, 4: .lournulism fillllli Ixlinslrel Slfiowg fjperdla. Clirisiian College SENICDRS VVARREN LEE PURDUM Drzunatics Clulm 4: Eoollwall 2, 5: Track 2, .lunior Class Play Ollio Stale Universiiy ELLEN MARILYN JONES flirl Rcscrves 4 lcalninfrilg Drarnatics 4 If-aclers' Class 5. 4: Junior Class Play Library Shxll' I, 4: Glee Clulb I, 2: Or- rlmstra I: Annual Stall! 4 lfiiruulaiionl Nlinstrcl Slrow 3. Ollio Slule University .IILA N MMDO NALD Columlius Sclmul lor Girls I: Banrl 4: Glen Club 5, 4: lvlonilnr 4: Nlinsirel Show 4 cblllfl Slule Universily ROBERT VVAYNE BRIGHT Nllflll lligll I, 2. 3: Draniaiicis Clulv fl Nlinslrvl Sllow 4. fJl1io Slate Univc-rsilg' I'lUI5IfR'I' I.A MAR NUI XIII 'I4rm'Ic 5. fJI1iu SIHIP I'nixvrsiIy Q If JAN R l.'TH IAVKSC DN Coils-rixI SCImInrsIlip IIIUZIIII I: Senior Sflml- nrsIlip VIIPEIIIIZ IIIUTIII I, 2: NIIOIIIIKIT I. NIi.mli Lvnixvrsily IIICIIQN R.X12UI.I'IN IIPIIIHII I'IigI1. fIImrIoIh-, NorIIx fIzmrIinu I 2: NOYIII I'IigIl lp 'IIrmIl 2: flpm-n-Ilu I 5IinsIr0I SINM 3, -I: CIM- CIUII 7. I IJFEIIIIJIIICS I IuIu I. I Inixvrsih' oI IIIzuIm VI I.-XRLIZS XX'II.I.I.-XXI C-RINBI I-All I1JingImmI0n fic-nlruI IIIQII I: GIA-v CIIIIII 2. 3, -1: NIinsIrs-I SImw 2: fjgwrdlu -'I Iuuior Class I,Iuy: Ijrmnaiirs IIIIIII. fJIuiu Shilo I'l1iu'rsiIy BI.XRII.IQE KXXRISON IuumnIislu I IuIv I: .Iunior I Inu IDIZIY ISIAIII: I,iI1rnry SIQIII I. 2. 3: ISZIIIKI 3. I: IIII-0 CIUII I. 2. 3. I: .'XrmunI SInII IXIHIQP-IIpI: IXIinslrn-I SIMM 2. 5, Ig f,pPr0IIEl. f,Ilio Slalv Univ:-rsily ORA .XDIQN KIfI.SI'.Y cIl'ilIlfIN'Il'VI IIigIl SrImoI I: I'ouIImII 2. 1. I1 Band 3: rxvinlioll CIHIJ 5: Ynrsih' A 4. IXIILIIIII Univf-rsily KIfI'I'I'I IOIINSON Aviation CIuIm 7. I: .Iuuior fIInss IjIny ISIHIIIQ Band 5. 1: 'I'raCIi 5, I: Swim- ming 43 Vnrsih' fx: IXIinSIr1-I 3. I: Ijnul- Imll l. CIIIIU SIMS I.'niu'rsiIy IRIX JRIA .IUNIC BI'I'KINIAN CIQ-nc-rnI ScImInrsIlip Twain: 3: rI'onIr I, 2. 3. 4: SIu1IenI CuI1nriI 3: Svnior Sr'ImIursIlip IIIUEIIIIZ NilIiunnI IIunur Sorivty. QJIHO SIHIP IIniw'rsIIy SENIGRS ITI HARRY ITRANKIIN S'I'lflfl.Ii, IR. Smivnu- Iwlulx I Iljrmimlmmllz Suinuming Tm-mn I Ifxnpluinl. fjlnio sinh- Ivnixm-rfily NIARY NIIIQXRIMXNID SXXIQ films Ollifx-r 3 Ilrc-ufllra-rl: III-nr-ml Srlnfml- urslnp Imam 2, I: lfmll I, 2, 1, -I: N21- tional Ilmmr Such-lv: Girl Re-svru-Is Ivicc' Ijrviirlm-ull: Ilranlullirs Ivlulr I: I,r'ufIPrS' films 3. I: CLIN- lIIuIm I: IXHHIIEII SIEIIT Ixxrtlg flue-1-n's Iiuurl I,XIIc-mlunil. IDI-llieun Illmivvrsily NIARYANNIQ VIS! HCR Iullrnulisnl fwluls Ilruslnirrrl fvululnnb: .Illllior Clase Illuyz Ijlmrury Skull' I, 2: SIIIIICIII OIIII11- I'uru- 3: film- fwlulw I: Annual Sinll -I I5IiIli4"ll'llI SIIIIIOIII Assislnnl in Ilumv Izununniw -I: Nlinslrc-I Slum' 3: Girl R1-sx-rv:-s -I IIqI'I7l'I'SI'llIRlIIXUI. Cullvgm- UI Xvilliauln mul lxlnry Rl'lJOl.I'II 'IRI-,.X'l' ISXRIJ. IR. SQ-niur Salmlnrsluipz IIvm-ml SIIIUIFITSIIIII I: 'Inrslu I: I'A1mIImlI 1. 3, I: 'III-nnis I. 2, 3. I: Yzursily ICIYIIIIDYIAI Shah- I'niu-I-ily C'IlARI.IfS XVlQl5S'lI'.R NIICIJIFK 118.813, I,l,3: IliY-1. fjllin Shih' Illlivvrsily YIRIIINIA I.IfIf IXJXVIDY Drmlmlims flulx I: Ulm- Iwlulm I, 3, -I: lwin- X slr:-I Slum' 3. -I: ffporm-lla I. Nvvsl virginia Ilniu-rsily NIARY I.-XNIZ NLC1l'IRIf Imlinnnln Iunior Iligll I: NIIFIII Higli 2: Dmnmiims filulm I: .Iuninr Class Play ISIUIII: Gln-v filulu 3: NIonilnr -I. Slvpln-ns Iunior Coll.-gv CAROLYN lfI,l.IfN CLIIARIJ Iuurnnlism filulr II IN:-ws Ifmlihmrb: Iunior Cluss Play: Ulm- fwlulr I. 2. 3. 4: Mill- slrnl Slmw 2. 3, -I. Duke' I Inivvrsily NAR,lORlIf L01 'ISIQ I'OVVFl.l. florrlvn .Iuninr Higlu I: XXVHSIIIYIQIHII. D. 13,2 Xvilsun HIQII, Xvawllirlglull, II.: IIII-I' c3llIl7 2. 3. I. funn Fink- I nn:-rxnly CIICRMDINIQ l5.XI,lJXX'IN Iollrnzulimm filulr IR:-pork-rf: I.iInr.1rx SLIII 2. 1: film- flulr H. I: NIm1lInr I: IJ!!- I-rvllu -I: xlinflrc-I Slmw, S11-pI1vlmf ,Iuniur fvulle-gv SARA-XII ClR.XC'lf IOSIIPH l.iIsrury SKHII I, 1, 3. I: Que-v filulr 7 Ixhllslrcl Slum' 2: fvllvlllislry Assislunl 3. Mir Iuiguu lfnivm-rsilx C'l.ll-'HJRD XYIl.l.I.X5I IS.-USB, IR, Avinlinn Club I: Ururnulifs Clulr 'I Ilvrmwns- urvrf: film- I Iulm 2, 1, 4: Fooilmll l. 1: vIvrzlc'Ii 2. 3: fxllllllill Shun' Ifgllsirn-esI Nhmnikur I: xIinsIr4-I Show 1. 3. I: ffpvrzilia -I: 51-niur I'Iuss Play. 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' ' E f K . 211 ry J46 s gl si - 3 VVAY BACK WHEN x BHBY PICTURES Ellen Jones Ray Fenner Helen Anne Boles Nvancla lxlillarcl Saralm .loseplr Dean fxxene lxlary Snyder Jacqueline Benter Nlartlma Flctclier Harry' Steele Ann Fallon Joan Delaong lxflarilyn Gardner Patti Anne Acllcison Nancy Vvoocl Polly Saxe lxlartlla Edgar lvlary .lane lVlcGuire .lean Beclcer Helen Olpin C-orclon Rosencrans Caroline Fisher Virginia Dowdy t Rolaert lwloucti Andy Scott lxlarcine Spangler 55. lxlary Anne Vernon Scott Cleralcline ltalclwin Carolyn Guard Clare Shannen Wlargery Howe Vvarren Purclum Gloria .lean lVlCDonalcl Roluert Briglxt lxlerle Howson Roloert Cuyler Dorotlmy lxlrcollister Sally Haas lxlaryanne Fislrer Nadine Devvitt Vvilliam Krause Barbara Slaipley .loan Jaclcson lxlary Xfvorlcman Diane and Tecl Hamilton .lane Palmer .laclc Heatlx Hobart lVlunsell Betty Jean Nloulc Howard Zeller .laclc Frost .lean iVlacDonalcl CLHSS WILL We, the Senior .Class of 1941, do herehy hequeath to our heloved underciassmen these our virtues and vices DEAN AXENE Ieaves-hoping the sch00I can carry on without him. IVIARCINE SPAIXIGLER wiIIs her caim air to Ned Cgreen. RUDY BARD departs, swinging his tennis racquet. IVIARY VVORKMAN Ieaves hetore this is puhiished. CLIFFORD BABB hestows his perfect U36H upon Dave Putnam. IVIARY SNYDER Ieaves her brother Boio to carry on--with the freshman giris. JIM BAYIWES gives usmittyn to anyone Who can heat his time. BARBARA SHIPLEY Iceeps her uioedside manner" for future reference BOB CUYLER wiiis his dramatic taient to Teenie Scott. BARBARA SHAIN Ieaves her men waiting in vain. IVIARGIE POVVELL gives the horses hack to the riding academy. RAY FENNER Ieaves his unusuai knack of doing physics experiments to John Setzer. HELEN OLPIN gives her Usuperu voice to Lois Davis. BETTY JEAN IWOUK wiIIs her grace to Joanne Barcroit. BOB GATSCH Ieaves-with Betty Jean. WANDA IVIILLARD Ieaves her suhdued manner to Guiiford Geriach. .IIINI HARMON hequeaths Hpappyu Cicero to Ray IVIuIIen. IVIIRIAIVI MLTINTOSH Ieaves IVIiss Rosselofs time to Ivliss Rosseiot. JEAN lVlacDONALD passes the hucicetioaii to Jane Hamiin. PETER HELD Ieaves-Jhoping to coiiect more tokens of uiucicufa Ia operetta night. GLORIA JEAN IVICDQNALD gives her wardrohe to Hoiiywood. KEITH JGHNSON endows Ted deIVIey with his manIy physique. SARAH .IQSEPH wiiis her chemistry Iah to Marge BeII. BILL KIEFER escapes in a new gray Chevroiet to hecome a hermit. ELLEN JONES leaves her Icnacic oi loiushing and Iooicing iiustered to Bea Sampson. DIANE HAIXIILTQN leaves her advice to the giris: HLocIc your doors white on dates. tp. S.-Car doors.I VVALKFR LCDVVINIAIV wiIIs his speed on the tracic to Ed Saviiie. SALLY HAAS hestows her oIcI position ot captainess of the foothali team to ? CPIARLEY IVIEDICK leaves his Hliinicsu and nhohunicsu to the junior ciass. MARILYN GARDNER Ieaves Vernon to he hen-peclfed hy some Caiifornia giri. IVIARYANNE FISHER hequeaths her fashion tips to Barbara Tayior. BOB IVIOUCH Iaequeaths his unusuai way with women to Bch Iviason ANN FALLCDIQ wiils her Udo it ailu attitude to Irene Icenhower. CHUCK READING Ieaves the Guif Station where it is. GINNY DONVDY puts her Iinitting nee-dies in a Hhundie for Britainf, ANDY SCOTT reiuctantiy parts with his Iist oihlemaies. NADINE DEXNITT wiiis her referee whistie to .Ioyce Doniey. PALIL SELBY hequeaths his Iorawn to the Seihert twins. MARILEE CARLSON donates her wisecracits to Barhara Oipin. HARRY STEELE gives the Natatorilim hack to O. U. JACKIE BENPWER returns the uI"Iigh Liien to Iwiiss Rhodes. JOHN ZAR-IANIAN wiils his sharpshooting ahiiity to the 1941-42 Imasicethaii team. JEAN BECKER Ieaves her Shiriey Tempie curls to Donn Devvitt. CHUCK CRIIVSPI-EAD hequeaths his triclcy dance steps to Biii Lintner. lcontinumi on page 282 22 UNDERCLHSSMEN VACATION SNAPS UNXGRS FXRST ROXN'f5kxrlku Nxorris, Nnnry Vaullnuan, 51arion Tzxykrr, funn Bnnroik. Mun Cmumrealh Kvice Vrvsick-'nU, bxaviorie Ben kTYC8SllT!'fw, Dave Puknanx Kprvsnkwxn, Lkxycx Slouk Qgerre-Knryw, bxarixyn Yxviss, Rum FRU-Henry, Lois Davis, Pahy Cviuespie Rflxv-fxkfxry Lon K?IXl1t'LkS', .knkie Bukxer. 'unrkkn km-kgvxcx, Anna Auunwsv, Pxzxrgie Akny, Annu-Hn Auwnnese Beverxee Riu: Bnrxmnra Oxgyixx, Yirghxin Nvnue, hnogelw Swine-r Rfjvvfcknrkxile Exhnc, fkrislhw Yxoxderxe, Knkkvlklu: Xxvesh Bkxrixyn funk Nkxtixyn Dann-N, ,kvyfv ljunxey, Fxary Jane Cknrk-S, Virginia Beane, Bkxrinrh- kzxuber, hens- kvlxknwvr FOURTH Rflxxffveurge Fmsk, FAA Szwiuc-, lin: Grinsh-nd, Herman Lzuukf, ,kskn Snnxmorn. Bok xkxgun, Ray bxuuen, Yjnvidsmux, George Sinwon, Vdc- Sokk Sam Nunn, Pam Lvnnnrd ROXX'fx:.cxxx'zxrcx Binder, Us-rsh ,'xlulihS0l1,X5iu vin-sl, kwk Fxnnnhxg, Vain Linhxer, lim lnsksnn. Vim Schxvcklnan, George Luiz. Pam Xian, Ken Skon-r SEVENTH Rf5VN'fFrPd Skxgcr, Nvnrrvn Xenos, yank Grindvnd. Raxpk Pynkcr. 'Ya-A ak-Nxey, Luk Pink-n, Kuhn Connvu, Dan Yik'fX!L'fL End xsaxy E1CvHTH Rf5XN,fRnhert Nmkvr. vim Touvene, Dnmxxxx Xl-Nvikt, Rnxpk Vuunn, xjifk Vnunn, Di4'k Rx-nklixxg, George Lalnxis Frank Bun-ktdwr, Cvuiuorri fn-rkwk Q '- Kuhn Vrnkcr, lam- khllhhh, Hurry Bxiuer, Cknrk-5 Knuwhun, lim Bn-ns JXYSSEQNVY -fxv Zlfkx L KHXDK C . , L .L IIIRSI RUVV-Nancy Xxiilrux. Patsy Leonard, Jean Scott. Patty Preston, Dave Auld lprc-stil:-ntl, Bill Tyler lyke Presi- dvntl. Robert Xfvillcin lsefrvtaryl. Du-k Aumillvr tilirr-asurm-rl, Alice Parker, Lydia Rnirlmins, ,lu-Auda Saxlwe, lxllilfillit Lang SECOND Roxvfjoyre Baltm-ll, .Ioan Rinlcer, Barlmara i'lisInnan, Anne Gruesser, ixlartlma Irwin, ixlargaret Davis, Illnyllis Spangler. Elizalvvtlx Slllilll, lvlargery Konold, Nlary Kimlmerly, Nlary Alice Hall, lxlary Green, Betty Gene .AtfllISiDlt. THIRD Rfjvv-Lillian Brusll, .lean lvloore, Eleanor Connell, Barbara Everitt, Pllyllis Ifullon. Rosemary Cameron, Slrirley ficorge, lvlargarct lVIcKinlf'y, Sllirley Vvilson, Jean lvloliliett, lfvelyn Hudson l'4f,UR'IiH ROXN'V'1'Cllilflk'S ljittov, Luke Green. Roberta Stoltz, Lillian Heistand, Lois Vvagvnlrals, lxlargaret VV:-ller, Pvggy Hall. Nladelaine Nleans, Ifrnizry Ilowson, Bob Srlxiesswolll, Jaclc Hood I'ill"I4I'I RCDVV-Nelson Frm-mln, Dirk Srlmoor, I.0u Hallvy, Boi: Allen, John Vvilms, fxffll Rulwison. .lack Kimes, Boi: Nowe, Harley Cann, Jarlc Kigllt, .ltlllll l.iml'wrt SIXTH ROW,-Bill lvlueller, Boi! Qieollagen, Tom Brown, Roy Turilcer, Norlllan Fenner, Dirk Nliddaugli, ,lim Vviltlmvrger, Ifdgar Burton, Bill lxlerrirnan, .Iarlc Roberts RCJVV-.laclc VV:-tllcrlwe, Fred Plening, Diclc Sc-ilu-rt. Blaine Siclcles, Jaclc Slxutl, Gordon Buck, lvliller VIIOUIIIIDS. Bill Seibert, .lim Kirlc. Bailey Adair IflGIl'liH ROxA7'1'BllID SIIPEIIIHII, Boil Blackford, Dirlc I-Janis, Vvaync lvlcllvaine ABSHNT-Emnmy Lou Sic-In-rt, Harry Postle, Jarlr Vvoodrull, Nancy Normecutt. SCDPHS 61 FRCDSH l"tRS'l' Rovvf-'Frzxnk Hager. Ijerd Vvvtsel, Jaclc Leileld, .lolrn Best, Dave Vvilliarns, .lolln ljaulser, Dick Taggart, Vvayne Aslllsy, Jaclc .laclcson SIICCJND RONX'-I-0is Rulmrerlxt. Anne Grinstead, ivanry Sllllit, Harriet Nlorris, Sally ciIlEil'lCS. Dan Pratt Olive Presi- dentl, Ixlartlwa Scixvnli lsvrretaryl. .lim Crane lvl-reasurerl, Nlarion Sanborn, Nlartlm Holmart. Audrey ixlerlcle, Audrey Vvit- flley, .lanet .lnrclan 'HIIRD ROVVf-lxionny Bennett, ,loy Schmidt. Peggy llarlwr. Nlary Elizalwetil Boyd, Ann Fulton, ,Ioan lvlillarcl, Flolly Ilooglmlcirlc, Joan Parlwr, Carol Nlrcullougil, Peaclles G4-olragen, Patty Taylor, .lane lvliller l7fJURVliH Rfjvvf-Suzanne Sims, lxlancy Baker, lvlary Pollard, Betsy Grossman, Katllvrinv Josvpll, Beatrire BL-nler, Sylmil Gramlirix, Sally Parker, Plxyllis I.orey, Nlary Carnplmell, .lane Carnploell I'lI'l'II ROXN7'-'KIPIIDGY jollnson. Dave Jollnson, Sally lvliller, Silfilll Henning, Janet Bailey. ,lane Bare. Helen Carlmlvll, ,lanet l.ee Pllillips, Ken Kimes, Bill Konold, Ed Hamilton. SIXTH RCJVV-BOIJ Burlcart. Vvilson Nolivn, Bolm Betts, Holy Yuungquist, Cilarlos I.t-wis. Holm Fifller, Ste-xv Sutton. Harry Vvutn-rs, Tom Triclc P SIEVENYIAII ROVW-Boll Purdum. .laflc CRFYUIIIEFS, Ruin-rt Snyclvr, ,lim Trililon, Paul lla-nning. .lim Keply. Eugene Rose- :loom Al5Sl'iNT+Dan Carrnaflc fljrvsidi-ntl, lvlary Lou Dumilauld. Holy lvlasters 27 CLASS WILL lcontinuecl from page 222 PATTI ANNE ADKISON leaves herself to "Beeleyf' WARREN PURDUNI goes home to sleep. JERI BALDVVIN wills her jolo of chauffeur to .locly Galloreath. BUD MINOR leaves his energetic air with Diclc Shanlc. GLORIA BECKIVIAN enclows .Iaclc Grinstead with her French accent. HOWARD ZELLER leaves his 1950 Buiclc to the termites. HELEN ANNE BGLES loequeaths her swimming laurels to Margaret Davis. BOB TAYLOR leaves his Varsity A sweater with that girl from C. S. G. JOAN DELONG leaves the orchestra to IVlr. Stefan Jones. BOB SNOUFFER hestows his nlooolc larnin, H on Herman Lancle. MARTHA EDGAR leaves Arlington for State ancl Vance. BILL KRAUSE turns over his jolo of official trumpeter to Jaclc Kimes. CAROLINE FISHER hands her hoisterousness to Boh lvliller. VERNON SCQTT leaves his Hdevil may care" attitude to Freol Slager. MARTHA FLETCHER wills her excitahle temperament to Carolyn Carlile. GORDON ROSENCRANS leaves Roclcy River a heloved memory in the school. CAROLYN GUARD passes on her clye to lVlarilyn Heiss. f SOAINI JACKSON gives the mailman a rest from delivering letters from her out-of-town hoy rien s. METTA HERBERT and IVIARGE HOVVE leave their lasting friendship to .Iim Betts ancl Harry Miller. DICK BARR leaves three junior girls to their own resources. DOROTHY IWCCQLLISTER leaves her lcnaclc of jitterlougging to Eclclie Binder. MICKEY IVICGUIRE hestows her low pitchecl voice on Kenny Sherer. BOB BRIGHT leaves home flvlillardsl. VIRGINIA IVIERRICK wills her uhoo-full' hrown eyes to Sammy Miller. VVALT CQNNOLY comes haclc from Florida in time to leave. PEGGY MOFFETT leaves the younger looys to the younger girls. JACK FROST wills his clrums to Gene Krupa. JANE PALMER wills herself to the Community Church. TED HAMILTON washes his hands of the Senior Class. POLLY SAXE enclows IVlarion Taylor with her sweet disposition. CLARE SHANNON gives her list of activities to Eleanor Roosevelt. JACK HEATH wills his uwasp Waistn to H-finyn Henning. ANN SIIUTTLEVVORTH wills her Ucome hithern loolc to Virginia Vvolfe. I IVIERLE HOVVSON leaves his clevotion for the Vvilmington girl to some guy with an air p ane. d NANCY VVOOD clecicles that Arlington has seen enough of the Vvoocl family and so eparts. ORA KELSEY gives his passion for red to the art class. I IVIARY VVUILLE hancls the Democratic torch to Danny Iqlerhert. HOBIE IVIUNSELL wills his photogenic features to Jim Crane. CY MILLER leaves. JIIVI WELLER enclows lVIary Lou Kennedy with his scholastic honors. DOROTHY STARR leaves high school to loecome a hricle. IVIARY ANNE NUDD wills her way with the men to some neecly female. IVIary Vvorlcman, lVIarge Howe, Paul Selloy. 28 9 QQNQQQ 'im Pg 'X 5 fw slug vx A2A POVVVVOVVS 'KX f'EM Z 3 , , 5 172 an fv ly ,J '2' f f 1 f, . V I ANNUAL STAFF Editor in Chief .,....,... .......... N tarityn Garctrlel Make-up Editors ..., .,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,..,,.,,..,..,..,................. .....,.. M a ry Vvuitte Maritee Carlson, Bin Krause, ixfiaryanne Fisher Literary Ectitor ,.,.,.....,,,.,........,............,.................... iwary Workman Sports Ectitors ............ .....,.,. N Iartha Fletcher, Jim Baynes Student Photographer ,. ....... ,..4,..4 ...,....,..4.,..............,........................... E ct Binder Art Editors ,..,.v..,...,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,, M argery Howe, Sally Haas, Potty Saxe Circulation tvtanagers ............,.................. Nancy Wood, Ellen Jones, Martha Edgar, Jane Palmer Business Managers .... .......... G toria Jean McDonald, John Zartman, Hobie Munsett, Cliff Babb Faculty Advisors WORRIES At our first staff meeting We ctectared one day That Weld tinish our hook by the end of Niay. Ivan VV. Davis, Business Bernice R. Rea, Literary Thelma Beeiman, Art iwiargaret Brown, Literary VVe ptannect and we worked for we had to hurry, Though the sate of acts was our biggest worry. Vvoutd We have enough money? Must we leave some out? These were the questions We thought atmout. Things Woutct run smoothg then welt hit the rutg That was when the going was tough. Finally May cameg the hook was att done: And we were so happy: We had had such funt This experience has taught us-41 know not how Responsibility, cooperation, initiative, and such. 30 muche Marilyn Gardner NORNVESTER STAFF if FIRST Rflvx'-Bhrgery Howe, FL-lin Hs-rlwrl. fwnrllla Fleicller, Jane Pnlnn-r SIKXJND Rflxxv-Clare Shannon, Pnlli Annu' Jxcniisrnl, Helen Anna- Holes. fxliss ffliw- Tyson THIRD RCJVV-,Ioan DeLong, .link Henlll, P1-lm-r Held. Blary Xvurlclxunx, rxncly Sunil ljfflvllrlxll Rfuxxy-Hobie Nluuse-H, Hamm. Yernnn Sftlit, Ray Fenm-r SENIGR CLHSS PLQY Qu Nlay sixteenlln the seniors presented their class play, UYounQ Aprilfy under the clireftion of Iwiss Glive hlyson. The very Capable cast gave un excellent performance of this entertaining Comedy, a sequel to last years play, Hczrowing Pains." 32 HP SF SCHOLAR OR '1 L LLI -Cfl Z 1. ..,,- 475 -,.- lf. 5,-1? .2 . 7 f 1 L I. 7 S G '1- -4. 1 L 1. i .QI ': V 7 4: 1 Q 3 'l, L , .L 7, fr :E 7 f ff ,-F ,l 7 E I ff I 5 T ETH OC S p.-.. NOR O LH A N O N A Tl 5I.XlI,l7-llofmrf xlllnwll, xlurllm I',I1-hllvr. fllnrin Bwlulmlx. Xlvrlc- Hmxmrl, xlurx Xxvuilla m N N 1 XY4rrlxlll.ul. 'mul llvlnllg, 'Lulu .xxvlleh Xxvullxrr I.nnllI.ull. lxnlwrl .-llnl S.-IIN .XlSSI'QN'l'-Imllx Sm.- 33 CEL STUDENT CCDUN FXRST ROVV,BiH Khouric, NllXX'K2Kl1 Curh'r,RzJpx1 Bakffr ffrensurvrx, Pntsg XA-Auxwzxrcx KSA-xrrhxryx, Umm Pxxmu- uurcii- fxewnlx, John Harris Lvife Presidvnix. Yfxnrnyxx Bunzroh. Cmmrxes Hmnihun Rfjxvfshirxcy vfiunscu, fxokixde Robison, ljick Schnnor, Pkwy Xvuluv, Bxzxrixylx QilLll'Jl1l'f, Frank Hager, Ni Uhgk nn-1 lohxxsnn, Xvixsnn NUM-n. hm Cvtinskc-nA THKR U ROXV -f hd Cxkfdillh, hi! X FUN CTKDNS STUDENT COUNCIL The sound pianning winch resuited in time iormation oi tire Student Count-ii is evidenced by the success oi time iirst year oi its operation. The interest oi time Student Representative Assemiyiy in time functioning oi tire Student Councii, tiieir governing iaody, was shown by tiie number oi students vviio gave oi their time to serve as monitors, tiie iweip given by tiae economic ciasses in the deveiopment oi a ciass eiection pian, and tire many student protwierns reterred to the group ior consideration. The purpose, as stated in tire preamiaie ot time constitution, reads as ioiiows: 'Vi-o provide an organization tiiat wiii make possiiaie cioser student coopera- tion witia the iacuityg to give an opportunity ior seii-directiong to encourage and promote sciwooi activitiesg to encourage sciioiarstiip and good attendanceg to create and maintain standards oi good citizensixip. Active committees ot Student Councii this year were the Assembiy Com- mittee, Ciass Committee, Discipiine Committee, Ciuig Committee, Finance Com- mittee, Sociai Committee, and Ciieerieading Committee. Some oi the important accompiisiwments oi tiiese committees inciude time reguiation oi dancing in North Haiig the sponsorship oi the Hoiiy Hop, Pxriington Night at tiie Psriington Theater, and time sciwoiarsiiip assembiy: the organization oi an assembiy survey: tire intro- duction oi tiae monitor systemg the recommendation oi a uniiorm pian ot discip- iine, and the deveiopment oi a procedure tor ciass eiections. 4- GIRL RESERVES FIRST ROVV-fivlary Vvuille, ivlartlla lflelrln-r, Belly Rutll lfilz-Henry, Marilyn Darnell, Sally llaas, Gloria ,lc-an lVlc:Donalcl Peggy iVlolliell, .loan .laClcson, lvlargcry Howe, lvlarllla Edgar SlfCfJND Rflvvf-ivliss Scllullz, ivliriam Nlrlnlosll, Nilflllle Devvill, Clare Sliannon, Ellen Jones. Nancy Vvoocl, Ann Fallon, .lane Palmer, Belly lean Nloulc, Nlary l.ou Kennedy, ivlarjorie Bell, lvlarilyn Grali Rffvv--Alice Parlier. Jo-Aurla Saxlwe, l.yrlia Rolmlmins, Belly Gene Alrlnson, Rolmerla Slollz. Barlwara HlLTlCHl8ll rxnne firm-sser, ljllyllis Spangler, Elizalmelll Slllllll, ixlary Alia- Hall, Barlnara lfverill. Nlary firm-n ljflullrlll Rfivv-Beverlee Rire, Virginia Vvolle, l3arl1arafDlpin, Nlarllia lrwin, ixlilflllil Lang, l.illian Heislaml, Jeanne Nlonre. ixlary Kimlwrly, Flargf-ry Konolfl, Slnrliv Vvilson, Rosemary Cameron, Pllyllis ljullvn lillrlll Rflvvfloan Barrrolt, Anita Allmanvse, Anim-lla Allmanz-se, lmogene Seiller. lrene lrenlmwer, lxlarjorie Fauluer, ixlar- garel Daxis. .lvri Balclwin, Lois Davis, Nlary lane- cillill"lf'S, Cllrisline Holderle, Kallrerine VV4-sl Slxrlll Rf5VX'+l.illian Brush, Sally Vvalson, .loyrv Donley, Peggy Hall, Jean ixlnllel, Polly Saxe, ixlaryanne lrislwr, l-Jorollly Slarr, Nlarllia I-f-ileld, .loan c,iilll7H'illll, l'lealrir'e Sampson SlfVl':N'l4ll RCDVV-llelen fjlpin, lxlary Snyfler, llarlmara illaylor, Helen Anne Bolf-5, cwllilfliblll' lfxlilw, Virginia D0w'cly. .loan Delnng, lvlary Vvurlcman, Jacqueline B1-nler, Carolyn Carlile ElCil'l'l'l'l Rfjvv-Doris Young. Jean iVlac'Donalcl, Vvamla lvlillarcl, ivlaclaline ixleans, Nlargarel VV4-ller, Silfklll .l0sepl1, Vir- ginia lvlerrivlc, lvlarilee Carlson rlxlsslllxrli'-'.ll'illl Bl?I'kl'F HI- l"lRS,li ROVV-Rolserl Snouller, Dave Pulnam. .lolln Zartman, Bull Taylor, Boi: Galsrll lse-frelaryl, Dean Axene lvice Pre-sill:-ntl, Paul Scllmy lpresiflcnll, Merle Howson lrlireasurorl, Bud Minor, Ed Binclur, Bill Uaviclson, Riclrarrl Slwanlc SECOND ROVV-.lol1n Harris, Keilll Jolmson, Ray Wlullen, Holwie Munsell, Clmrles M4-dir-k, Kon Sllerer, Dan Herlwerl, Bolo Cuyler. Howarrl Zeller, Mr. Cavins, Cllarle-s Grinsleanl Tl'llRD Rflvv-.lolm Sanborn, Bola lxlason, lla-rman l.ancle, film Kelsey. Te-cl cle Nley, ljri-cl Slagi-r, Donn De Vvill, .lolm Seller, l:OliR1'H ROXAY-Gorclon Rosencrans. Dirk Reclcling. George Lanclis, Dirk Barr. Xvarre-n lonvs. fir-urge Sluls. Best I-'llfl'H ROW'-Bill Krause, Peler Helcl, fiuilllorcl fic-rlarlu 37 G. R. ACTIVITIES The officers eiected Ioy the Giri Reserves for the year 1940 were Ann FaIIon, President: Jane Paimer, Vice Presidentg Nancy VVood, Treasurerg and Betty ,Iean 1VIouIc, Secretary. The cabinet consisted of Clare Shannon, Service, EIIen Jones, Programg 1NIariIyn Graf, SociaIg .Iane I'IamIin, Publicity: IXIargery Ben, Devotiong Nadine DeVVitt. VVays and Means: and IVIary Lou Ken- nedy, 1VIusicg 1VIiriam IVIcIntosh, IVIemher at I..arge. 1VIiss SchuItz has served as the group's advisor, To hegin the activities for the year a raIIy heading the memhership drive was heId. Our cIuI9 has an enroIIment of eighty-seven members. In coIIahoration with the I'Ii-Y the GirI Reserves sponsored the donation of Thanksgiving hasicets to needy Iamiiies. The Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter AssemI3Iies, and VocationaI Conference were pIannecI jointIy hy the two cIuIus. Qur service work this year consisted of various projects. AIong with giving a Christmas party for a group of underpriviIegecI chiIdren, we have heIpecI to suppiy equipment for the Pre- SchooI Group of the Northwest Community Center, a part of the Urhan League. A cIothes drive was aIso heId for the coIored in the King Avenue district. Contrihuting to the Community Fund was aIso a part of our service worIc. After attending six discussion meetings at the Y.W.C.A,, six memhers received their GirI Re- serve rings ApriI 20 at an impressive ceremony. In order to earn money for our cIuI3, the girIs soId Christmas cards and wrappings and con- ducted a cIothes hanger drive. This year the GirI Reserves adopted a constitution. The cIuIo was divided into committees which have met separateIy to perform their designated duties. This experiment in organization has proved to Ioe far superior to the former pIan in that it operates in a more democratic and effi- cient manner. HI - Y ACTIVITIES The I'Ii-Y activities for the 1940-41 schooi year were directed hy the I'Ii-Y cabinet under the supervision of IVIr. Cavins, who is compieting a decade in his capacity of advisor for the cIuIJ. In coIIaI9oration with the GirI Reserves the Hi-Y sponsored many activities, such as the reception for the new pupiis, the IIoIIoween CarnivaI, hasicets for the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas, the vocationaI conference, and the Easter ChapeI service. The Iimoys were active participants in severaI sports. The cIuI3 can hoast of a team in the hasIcethaII Ieague, the I3aseI9aII Ieague, and a championship howIing team. The City VVide meetings of the Hi-Y enriched our own IocaI program. Every second Tuesday of each month the Hi-Y cIuI3s of the city met together either at the CentraI Y.1VI.C.A. or at some other designated pIace. The Ohio State School for the Biind and the Spring Street Y.1VI.C.A. entertained us this year with very interesting meetings. The City Vvide meetings reached their cuImination in the annuaI Hi-Y City Day on IVIay 8, when nine of our senior memhers heId positions and heIped to run the city government. The program for 1941 was brought to a cIose when the sophomore members were initiated at the Father and Son hanquet. 38 630 Qgfs .156 THE HUNT FGOTBQLL r -. my . i s lqq,NXY'T'telIfty tsilrfl, tlUWX'ilflt fetter. .Andy Scott. I5Utl -Ilflyttjf. Itlll tirIyl1t'5. t5t'illl .XXUIIC tiiitlltilillt, tjilllt SPHUY, tim XVvttn-r, ftra Kt-Im. Xvactv Brin: Stffifjxtt RCJXV--etxtr. Xvatter He-isctinian tfxssistant Coaitlt. tftt Savitte, Dave- tjlltllillll, ttarry Ntittvr, ,totln ttarris fxtiartvs Knmxtlun. Vtvnuxtette. ,tim Betts, Sain Ftitter, Hitt t,e-unarct, Ntr, ttirtnarat tartcin tlquastlt Stlttiitlilll txtklliagfft, Riltptl Biltit'f. BiittCy Ixltiltf. IJMYK' Jxllttt, lstltl SftttL'SSXXI!tIt, tsllli titiiltitilfit, lriiiffy I,USttt', ctftlfgl' StlIlt'llIl. xxvityllf ytlxthiltlle, ,lilfti XXVOOIIITIH, ,tlitlll iillltlltfll Kit-'tm-'r, ixunlitter, NOYIIIZIII Fenrier, xtittvr itloolntws, tim Xxvitltivrgvr. fiorcton Busta, Bot: None tfitt tytvr, tons Brown, Hitt Nterriman. ttotvie Ntunsett txtinagert VVt1en Coacti t.art4in catted toottdatt practice tast spring, Captain Axe-ne and tjaut Settuy were ttie onty tettermen wtio returned from ttie IQSQ gridiron wars. During ttw tast days ot August, titty enttlusiastic' tmoys reported tor toottbatt duty, tmmediatety, ttie taste ot fitting ttie positions vacated tiy ltie stars ot tast year presented itsett. But ttiis did not stop Ht.art4s" tor tong. He tootc a group ot, green, inexperienced tuoys and motded ttiem into a t'ilSt-Il10VtllQU1ill'tltlN'. Vt-tltSIl'lE1ftltIlf' was so wett oited ttiat it rotted rigtit ttirougti tive excettent teams, txut sometiow ttme oit ran out wtien ttie mactiine met ttie teams of London and Bexley. Vvtien one reatizes ttiat graduation witt tatie Dean YAxene, Pant Settmy, Andy Stott, and .tim Haynes from ltie tineup, tie begins to wonder wtio Witt titt ttie gap. t.ettermen Sain txtitter, Ed Savitte, Hitt Ft ouvette, Dave Putnam, and Ctiartes Knowtton witt tie twig names in ttie t0ftI tineup. ffwontilumrt un page 76, 40 lfllfgli ROXX'HlSiIl Kieler. lim Baymmes. flmarles Kmimxllumm. Bill Iilouvelle, fiortlnn Ros:-mramms ttiaplainl. lrretl Slager, Dean .Xxemu-. llarrx Niilier. l.l4iytl Stout. Pete Sulml SIKIJNIJ Rfixxi-Xir. Ritlmartl l.arltin t.Xssistant tioaclmi, iolmn farlnman Olanagn-ri. iiill Sivlmert. llimlq Sie-lmert, Blaine Sicliles. Dmmmm ijt-Xxvitt, Harry Postlv. llirli Slmanlt t.Xssistalmt xliiI'lElgC'fl. Xvalln-r ileistluuan tlleucl fioaclli Rfjxxi--llflw' ijlltllillll, Dirk Srlllulor. Nelson i:I'l'l1llI, xxvilyllt? Blt'ilViliImt-', XXVRIYTUH lolmvs, liailvy Atlimif, Btllm Blat-Lf iiliffi, tJilYt' jxllili BQSKETBHLL Gorclorm Rosencrans, Pete Sotml, anti Sonny Knowlton were time only lettermmmemm on time tJasl4et- lmall squact wtmen time season opened. Time season was quite successlul, altlmouglm immexperience cost time Ciolctemm Bears several games. Time team warmed up during time linal weelcs ot time season and won live out ot six games. Tlmis year lor time lirst time in our lmistory ol sports, Arlington competed in Class competie tion. in time Central District Tournament at Delaware we drew as our iirst opponent Bexley. Time excitement oi tlmis tirst tournament game lourmcl time newspaper reports giving Bexley an ueasy roacl to time sermmi-liirmalsf' incensed to a liigtmting pitctm, time Golden Bears toolc time game in tmancl from time opening wlmistle, leaving time game at time tmalli almeact 25 to 20, ami at time emi ot time game 45 to 30. Captain Rosencrans at ttmis time tiect time inciivictual single game scoring record lay sinic- immg 25 points. Time next nigtmt our tirecl warriors lmattlect a hlmot" Xfvaslmington Court House team. Time tour- nament strain was too great. Cjur lmoys. liglmting gamely to time emi, went flown to a 45 to 30 cleleat. Time lmaslietlmall letters were awarclecl lmy Coaclm Heisclmman at an all-sclmool assemlmly. ln ttmis way time sclmool was to witness time recognition ol lettermemm. Kiolmtilmuett on puge Uli 41 s 5 42 L Z I SWIMMING FIRST ROVV-Keith Johnson, Boh Cuyler, lleter Ht-lil. llarry Steele tflaptninl, llnwfml Zeller, Vernon Scott SECOND ROVV'-lxlr. Don lxlfcullougli, Dirk Sturlcey, Ralph Baker, ,laslc Kiglit, Herman lmule RCJVVV-'Bch lvlason, Sam lxliller, Cleorge Frost The swimming team, coached loy lvlr. Don lvlccullough and captained hy Harry Steele, remarliahly well in its lirst season as an organized team. Handicapped lay not having a pool ol their own, the Gold and Blaclc tanlcmen engaged in six dual meets with city schools and Won them all. The Arlington swimmers finished third in the district, and lyetter still they Won the city championship. Harry Steele Howard Zeller Ralph Baker Peter Held Jack Kighr George Frost Dicli Starlaey Vernon Scott Bob Cuyler Keith .lohnson Herman Lande Sam lVliller TENNIS ,lark Frost, Bud Nlinur. Bill laeonard, Bolo Blackford, Petr' Sohl, Rudy Bard tcaptainl Captain Rudy Bard and Pete Sohl again saw service as the llirst and second men on the 1941 uBear,, tennis team. Qlaclc Frost, who played second man at Grandview, Bill Leonard, a transfer from Greenhrier, and Bch Blacldord also helped to malce this yearls nnetu team one of the hest. GOLF STANDING'-Gordon Rose-nrmns. Diclc Barr, Bah Cuyler, .lohn Zartrnan, Ed Saville KNEEIAING-Dztx'c' Putnam, Lloyd Stout, Pete Sold The 1941 golf team Wasucaptained hy Diclc Barr, who was medalist in the district last year. Diclc Barr, Pete Sohl, Dave Putnam, Ed Saville, and Gordon Rosencrans loattled for the tirst four positions to defend the city championship which Arlington won last year. 43 TRHCK 1 if ii! Yi-hyihf, Xxvaikel' Lownxan, DBKKH .AXCHl:', Kit'it'f, iynlli Sviiwy, iiluiv Liuisfil, ijrmi Singer Si:.CfjNij RfJXVf3ir. Ricimrd Lariiin, George Simeon, lilli Betts, Biii iinvidsim, iyziii ilu-st, ,infix Nvrnrmxirrrii. Roipert Nviiiiin, ,iafii Sirutt, Cy Fiiiier Viiiiiilij Rcjxvfeifiii 'fierrinxan tbianageri, Vi-ouveiie. Vvarren ionos, Xxinynr- Niriivnim-. ijriii Vilyivr, Dirii Seiiwrt, Dixie .Axunriiis-r. Biainv Siviaivs. ijmiii Seiiyert The strength oi tiwis yearis tracia team depended mostiy on underriass men. Captain iiieier. Psxene, Seiiwy, and Tayior were time oniy senior iettermen, 1940 TRACK RESULTS Ari in gton 57 Vg VV esterv iii e 64 Vg Ariington 95 Niarysviiie 42 U niversity V2 Pxriington 82 Rosary 56 Ariington 52 Bexiey 54 Ugg Coiumiwus Academy 4325 ' Psriinggton participated in iour diiierent reiays. Tire Goiden Bears were eieventix in the Wes- ieyan reiays witix 6 pointsg seventiw in tiwe Miami reiays with 13 points: and iirst in tiwe Centrai Oiwio District witii ESV3 points. Ariington garnered Vg, points in tire State Nieet. 1041 TRACK SCHEDULE Pxriirxgton vs Vvesterviiie Psriington vs Grove Port and Gaixanna Psriington vs Grove Port and University Ohio Vtfesieyan Relays Miami Relays District Meet State Meet SPORTS GIRLS' T 46 L GIRLS' HTHLETIC .QSSCDCIQTICDN FIRST Rfyvv-Sally Charles, Nancy Shutt. iloan Parlcer, Peggy Ijarlcer, Audrey Vvitclley, Harriet lvlorris, .lo ivlillarcl, lvlarllia lvlorris. lxlary Kinxlmerly, Nlary Alice llall. Phyllis Spangler SECOND Rfjvvflxlarion Sanborn, lxlargie Allny, Nlary Lou Kennedy. .loan Dolaong, .Ioan Ciallpreatll, lxlancy Vvood. Clare Shannon, .lane Palmer, lvlargerie Howe, Barham liveritt, Sliirlie Vvilson. lvlargaret Davis, Peggy Hall, lylartlia Holaarl THIRD Roxxlfilcmy' Slillllllflt, Nancy xfxIllK'0X, .luan Rinlier, .lean Scott, Patty Preston, Patsy Leonard, Shirley Cleorge, Ellen Jones, lxlaryanne l'4islier, Lois Davis, Barlxara Hiclunan, lvlartlia Lang, Anne firnesscr, lxlartlla Irwin, lvlarjorie ljaulmer IXIICEIIIS, ciilflllyrl Cilrllle, Doris Young, Fullell, Rflslxlllafy CZKIIIBFOII, Jefln BVIHIIDUHHIKI, ,l0ilI1 Barrrolt, lvlarjorie Sally Haas. ivlarilyn Darnell, lvlary .lane Charles, Patty fiillespie, Imogene Seiller, lxllllflillll lVIelntosI1 FIFTH ROVY7-'Cliristine Holderle. Catherine Joseph, Nailcy Boltnian, lvlarion Taylor. Phyllis l.orey, Peggy lxlolllett, .lean Beclcer, .leanne ivloore, Rolierta Stoltz. lvlartlia Iaeileld, Virginia Vvolle, Barlaara Ollniii, Beverlee Rice SIXTH ROVV-Joan Jacleson, Polly Saxe, Dorothy Starr, Betty Ruth l'4itzfl'lenry, Nlary Elizalnetli lfoycl, llelcn Boles, lvlary Snyder, Kathryn Vvest, Jean lxlollell, Lillian Heistand, Irene lcenliowc-r SEVENTH Rfixfvf-Betty ,lean lxloulc, Virginia Dowily, lxletta Ilerlaert, .lacliie Butler. lane Cainphell. lwlary Campbell, Vvanfla lvlillarfl. Barlmara iliaylor, Lois XAIRIQCHIIEIIS, Diane llarnilton, Sally Vvatson, Lillian Brush EIGHIIIH ROVV'-flvlarilyn Gral. Charlotte Exline, Ann Fallon, Sarah Joseph, .lane Bare, Sara Hennning. .lanet Bailey, lvlaclelaine lvleans. .Iacliie Benler. Sally ivliller, Qiloria clean lVliilDonalcl, lvlargarel Xveller ABSENT-.lane Hamlin. lfnnny l.ou Seiljert, lxlary Vvuille, lvlarilyn Ciardner, lxflartlia lfletclier The Girls' Athletic Association Was under the excellent presidency ol Clare Shannon this year, In addition to sponsoring several movies given in the auditorium, a liayricle in 0ctolJer, and a Rico-ed Promu in North Hall in November, the G.A.A.'s stressed athletic activities. The laaslcetlaall tournament was won lJy the junior team, and the hoclcey tournament loy the senior team. fC0flIiHllPI1 on page 73l LEQDERS' CLQSS FIRST Rfjvvr-lVIary Xvorlainan, .loan DeLong, .lane Palmer, Nancy Vvoocl lljresiclentl, lvlarilyn Gardner Iviee Presi- dentl, Ann Fallon, Polly Saxe SECOND ROVV-ivliss Ogan, Ellen Jones, lvlarilyn Heiss, Clare Shannon, lxlary Vvuille, lwlargery Bell THIRD IQOVVF-iloan Gallmreatll, Barbara Taylor, Rosanne Vvilce, Katherine Vvesi, Nlary I.ou Kennedy 4ABSENT'--.lane l'lamlin Isecretaryi The Leaders' Class consists of eight junior and senior girls who are chosen each semester lay the faculty on the lmasis ol leadership, scholarship, dependability, initiative, and co-operation. The leaders chosen lor the liirst semester were Nancy Vvood, president: .lane Palmer, vice president and treasurerg Nlary Lou Kennedy, secretaryg lvlarilyn Gardner, Polly Saxe, Ellen Jones, Ann Fallon, Joan Delaong, Clare Shannon, .lane Hamlin, Marilyn Heiss, Barlaara Taylor, Joan Galhreath, Rosanne VX7ilce, Katherine Vvest, and Margery Bell. The second semester lVlary VVuille and Mary Workman replaced .lane Palmer and Ann Fallon. The new officers were Nancy Vvood, president, lxlarilyn Gardner, vice president and treasurerg .lane Hamlin, secretary. Leaders' Class organizes and administers all activities initiated lor the girls' athletic program. 47 GIRLS' SPCDRTS Girls' sports proved to be very popular in the year ol 1040-I9-11. The season gave the cue for the various sports-hockey in the fall, basketball in the winter, and baseball in the spring. Under the able direction of lwliss Ogan the girls worked hard to make this year one of the best ever. Hockey was a very popular sport. After practicing lor many weeks, the girls finally had the opportunity to play other schools. The first team we played was that ol C.S.G. As many teams before us did, we lost by one goal. This didnyt stop us for long. Vve invited their team to Arling- ton where We were victorsf-by one goal. Vve played our rival team, Crandviexv. Vve tied one game and won the other. Vve were victorious in the intramurals, too. The senior hockey team members were: Ellen Jones fcaptainl .lane Palmer Mary Vvuille Clare Shannon Maryanne Nudd Nancy Wood Sally Haas Sarah Joseph Marilyn Gardner Martha Fletcher Barbara Shain Ping pong tables were set up last fall in North Hall, and there were many enthusiastic play- ers who entered the tournament. The champion 'ping pongern was Carolyn Carlile and the run- ner up was Sally Watson. Winter brought back the girls, favorite sportgbasketball. lntramurals were played between the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior teams. A class varsity night brought one team from each grade in the high school. The junior team took all the honors. Once again we trudged down to meet our rivals at Grandview for a play day. Four schools were represented: Grand- view. llniversity, St. Marys, and Arlington. Not bragging, ol? course, but-Arlington seniors won the tournament. A B Jean lVlacDonald tcaptainj Mary Vvuille tcaptainl Sally Haas Barbara Shain Helen Ann Boles Marilyn Gardner Nancy Vvood lwlartha Fletcher Ellen Jones Joan Jackson Sarah Joseph lxlarilee Carlson lwlaryanne Nudd Carolyn Fisher Two other sports were badminton and archery. There were quite a lew girls interested in arching. Hlt's good for the figure," Miss Ogan said. Badminton tournaments had to be played oil in odd moments-at lunch time and before school in the morning. This was by far the most outstanding year lor badminton. 4 Many Arlington lasses prefer bowling, a sport which has become especially popular this year. llvery Saturday morning at 9:50 we walked in our sleep to the Riverview Bowling Alleys. Joan .lackson's team was the champion in the first round, and Ellen Jones' team was runner up. Spring again'-and the first thing a sports enthusiast thinks about is baseball. Among the senior girls who went out for this sport were Mary Vvuille and Ellen Jones who have made the combination of pitcher and catcher famous in Arlington. Other seniors participating in baseball were Marilyn Gardner, Barbara Shain, Helen Ann Boles, Martha Fletcher, and Nancy Wood. The track team boasted some last runners and high jumpers. Some outstanding members of the team were ixflarge Howe, Sally Haas, Maryanne Fisher. and Helen Ann Boles. The tennis courts were filled with many anxious girls. Among our best tennis players were Helen Ann Boles, Marilee Carlson, Diane Hamilton, Gloria Jean McfDonald, Mary Ann Nudd, and Sally Haas. Arlington is in a tennis league with five other schoolseGrandview, University. St. Marys, Bexley, and All ol us have had a grand time participating in sports lor the past four years, and we hope that Miss Ogan will nmiss us when We are gone. 48 ' Hn? HDVERTISEMENTS This Yeafs Greatest VACATION RECREATIGN FACILITIES F r information caII KIngsWoooI 232 ARLINCTCN RECREATIQN CENTER S y at Ilome and enjoy the In UPPER ARLINGTQN PARENT - TEACHER ASSQCIATIQN QQ! THE UPPER ARLINGTGN CQMPANY THE SCIQTU CQUNTRY CLUB John VV. Galbraith 8' C0 REAL ESTATE 42 EAST GAY STREET 54 EMILE E. WATSON C mpliments of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Taylor Jane 1939 P .151-, SQZFQQ 5vZ74Ei1'g "STILL IN SERVICE" To iieip insure tire future ot time nation its melntmers Iougtit to preserve. riiilf' Americaii Legion is piecigeci to support tile buiiciing oi true American Citizensiiip ttirougtn Amerirnn Sciwoots. For ttie fostering ot an activity that Contriimutes to ttie wettare and continuect progress ot community and nation, Legionnaires, in tile same spirit in wtiictl ttiey answereci time fait to arms, are Hstitt in Servicef' UPPER ARLINGTON POST No. 445 Tide American Legion Compliments of . . . aeger Insurance Agency . . GENERAL INSURANCE FRED F. ,1A1ic:ER, owner V. A. BALTZ111. 56 Compliments of Current Events Qur Times and My Weekly Reader 400 South Front Street Compliments of ED and BUD wflewwmmumuw INCJRT Elk-LSHGES 14 SGUTH THIRD STREET 57 t T Open every day of the year Stew Harrisolfs FINE HAMBURGERS and STEAK DINNERS Room For Private Parties CRANDVIEVV AVENUE and FIFTH AVENUE TEBINHLAY BEEF CLOCK BREAD COUNTRY CLUB FOODS Sold Only By K R O O E R 2080 ARLINGTON AVE. 1812 W. FIFTH AVE 58 Enjoy Studying FI-he I.E.S. Better-Sight table lamps are I tk' they provide aye-sight proivction for the fflfiiaiif - f '-?:ff. ' wfmool c'I1iIcI vollclge Qtudenl and every! Gnlwnbuswflbuflzeru 0lcio Hecfric 2lS North Front St. Telephone ADauas5l3l . . " Tneress Nothing Like Gas FOR COOKING . . . REFRIGERATION XVATER HEATING . . . HOME HEATING The Gas Company 59 R. M. Edgar Stone Quarry Building Stone . . . Stepping Stone . . . Xvall Stone Cut Stone . . . Flagfging Stur-cleemcloor Qverhlead acting garage door 333.00 F- 358.00 installecl 2091 DUBLIN ROAD Kingswood I Compliments of Central Mill and Plumbing Supply Corp. 46 East Swan Street Columbus, Oliio 60 Gates, IVICDonaId 5 Co. CONSULTING ACTUARIES 28tI1 Fioor . . . A.I.U. Citadei Coiuminus, Giiio CLEVELAND CINCINNATI ffiuulinuerl from page -Ili The 1940-41 Iaasicetiyaii sviieduie reads as Ioiiowsz Ariington Ariington Arlington Ariington Ariington Ariington Ariington Ariington 44 48 21 26 27 51 27 42 Utira '56 University I5 St. Marys 25 London '55 IVIarysviIIe 50 I'IiIIiards 22 Vvortiiington 40 Bexley 44 Ariington Ariington Ariington Ariington ArIington Ariington Ariington Deiaware 24 Hoiy Family 52 Cvrandview 31 Grove City 29 Cirrieviiie 26 London 21 Vvesterviiie I7 Tide Ben Ratner Co. Sporting Goods . . . IVIen's Wear . . . Arrow Siiirts Taiioring . . . Bates Shoe Expert 165 N. HIGH STREET THE MEDICK CGMPANY FORD . . Mercury . . Lincoln 2691 North High at Arcadia LA. 1155 Dr. and Mrs. Luke V Zartman BILL A 1958 JOHN ,-J 1941 Compliments of McClure Nesbitt Motor Company 1505 East Maint Street CHEVROLET DEALERS 62 Mm fella, inc. ENGINEERING and CQNSTRUCTION 595 W. GoodaIe St. CoIumIJus, 0I1io MAX J. ZELLER At Your Service . . . SpeciaI IVIiIIworIc Paint, Roofing, InsuIation The Grandview' Lumber Company KIngsWoocI 1156 Compliments of .... Union CentraI Life Insurance Company JAMES H. MCCULLOUGH and Associates 63 Robbins 5C to 31.00 Stores Your Neighborhood Shopping Center 2152 Arlington Avenue BILL OWENS' Qwens Gulf Service Westinghouse Refrigerators and Ranges STARR and LANE Kingswood 02 C a rn lo S a r o n a A Distinguished Camp for Boys SARONA, WISCONSIN MT. and Mrs. Harold Olsen Kingswood 5665 1866 Coventry Ro CI 64 Ei ADams 41 14 Klngswoocl 3971 Asphalt Driveways Anderson Haulage Company We speciatize in Building Asphalt Driveways'-Also Ready Mixed Concrete 535 SANDUSKY STREET Tyler - Galbraith, 1nC. MERCHANT TAILCRS 102 East Broad Street Compliments of Dean 5- Barry Paint Company t 65 A FAVORITE OF IVIANY YEARS' STANDING Fumas QuaIity Ice Cream Columbus Buick Company 552 East Broad Street SALES and SERVICE When Better Automobiles Are Buitt Buick Wilt Build Them In Columbus Since 1870 Fisher I:uneraI Service 657 East Broad Street IVI.Ain 5215 EDWARD E. FISHER 2208 ArIir1gto KIngsWOocIs 5213 66 Compliments of Miller Sinclair Service Corner Waltham Road and Arlington Avenue Kingswood 2212 KUNKLERBS A courteous, consistent Drug Store 2064 Arlington Avenue UPPER ARLINGTON COMPLIMENTS OF Arlington Barber Shop We Specialize in Childrerfs Haircuts UANGELOX' "RED," and "SAM" 2114 Arlington Avenue ANGELO DePASO, Manager 67 W 4.1 Compliments of Mr. 5- Mrs. Henry P. Howe BETTY W 1952 FRANK - 1956 MAROERY - 1941 Compliments of . . JIM VVILSON '56 TOMMY WILSON ,5Q COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Herbert METTA - 1941 DAN - 1942 JOHN F 19:4 68 WALTER H. WHISSEN Grandview Hardware Co. Paint, Hardware, and Builder Supplies Radio and Electrical Repairs . . . Glass Put ln 1285 Grandview Avenue Kingswood 4151 Compliments of HSOh1O Services, Fifth and Cambridge Starr and N. W. Boulevard 1274 West Fifth Avenue Lane and N. VV. Boulevard THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY of OHIO P. D. DEATON, Manager The Columbus Coffin Co. West End Buttles Avenue Columbus, 011io yr-gjfaiiiiijaapifp FINE CASKETS OINCE 1865, N. K. SNGOK, General Nlanager MAin 1554 f- 1555 69 - BCautiIuI DIAMOND RINGS a IiIIIe finer quality a Iilfle Ineller slyle a IiItIe Iarger selecfion Argo is Lelme ' 31 EAST GAY ST, Registered .IeweIers -I American Gem Sociely APEX MARKET UQuaIity Groceries and Iweals for Lessu KIngswoocI I 126-1127-1128 QI I6 ARLINGTON AVENUE David Davies Baby Beef ExvIusiUeIy 5 Deliveries DniIy 9:00-I0:30 I2:O0 2:00-4:00 MW: 1 Besf Xvislms from I - 'gl fa, 3 I Connie and Dick A .Y , ,' ' I ' I' In .1 QQQ I " CarI1sIe s 4 - ""I 1' ' ,. I- - ff "7 445 NoriI1 High Streei On II1e Viaduct For over sixty years the Home of 'Service Teslu Furniture 70 Hill Tailoring Company Fine Custom Tailored Suits and Overcoats 1894 High St. at 16th Ave. Compliments of owe Carmiauzfs Super Service STANDARD our PRODUCTS Northwest Boulevard and Starr Road DRINK Vess Bottle Beverage Co. UN. 4149 QQQ 1055 W. FIFTH AVE 71 Compliments of Harrington Drugs A. H. IRVIN, Prop. Ki. 3510 - 0120 F- 0165 Arlington Motors ARLINGTON GARAGE Dealer for FORD LINCQLN ZEPHYR MERCURY General Repairing . . . 24 Hour Service Free Pickeup W Delivery H Towing KI. 1101 1724 West Fifth Avenue Hi-Gracie Milk Co. 1562 King Ave. Kingswood 5559 72 Howard Dwight Smith ARCHITECT Columbus, Qhio Compliments of The VV. VV. Williams Co Columbus, Qhio Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Ebrig t Jim and Marty-Lou fcnntinuml from page 471 u At the annual Cv.A.A. banquet held in the spring, the awards were gnen and the AH-Hibasicetbail and horkey teams were chosen. They were N. Bottman J. MacDonald E. Jones S. Haas M. A. Nudd H. iwerriman S. Haas NI. Vvuilie M. A. Nudd C. Shannon S. Joseph Officers this year were: BASKETBALL HOCKEY N. VVOOCI J. Hamlin Nl. L. Kennedy S. George H. Boles N. Bottman M. Taylor N. Wfood Jones H. A. Boles J. Hamlin 73 Grandview 5' Ar1ington Upiioistering Company Caning, Cabinet Vvork . . . Furniture Rebuilt to Qrcler Refinishing 1805 VV. Fifth Avenue G. VVILLS, Proprietor K1. 1551 Witti Best Wishes of VVILSQNS GREENHOUSE Att the Best in Flowers and Corsages Corner of Northwest Buo1evarc1 and Starr Road Hsuccessfutty Serving the Better Tracten GAUDIERYS TAILORS Dry C1eaning . . . Dyeing . . . Pressing 1644 Vvest First Avenue Kingswood 1512 Jarvis 5- Fisher, 1nC. EONRSULTINCR ACQJWES George H. Jarvis Lawrence VV. Fisher C. M. Barr Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Columbus, Ohio 74 Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Ewing T. Boles Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Wood PHIL JR. E 1953 JANE H 1955 NANCY 4-4 1941 Compliments of MF. Ellld MTS. JOSCIDII SARAH KATHERINE Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Benfer JACQUELINE 4 1941 BEATRICE E 1944 Ralph S. Fallon GENERAL CoNTRACToR 1902 Tremont Road 75 Compliments of Tremaine Electric Shop lgngswood 5511 1657 Vvest First Avenue Younggs Bakery 1257 Grandview Avenue 1808 W. Fifth Avenue K1. 0127 KI. 0204 The DHVVSOH CO. Established 1904 I N S U R A N C E Donald VV. Dawson Alan S. Rinlcer Eight East Long Street ADams 4540 fContinued from page 40, At the football hanquet Nlr. Axene, father of this yearvs captain, opened the program hy intro- ducing previous Golden Bear captains: Graf, Hershherger, Noslcer, Howe, Kennedy, and Dupler. Mr. J. VV. Jones, representing the school, gave a short address. lVlr. Paul Selby spolce on hehall of the parents. Then Don Scott, Buclceye All American, told of his experiences on his high school team. As Mr. Larlcin awarded the hard-earned letters, he gave a short characterization of each letterman. The following seniors were awarded letters: Dean Axene, Paul Selloy, Jim Baynes, Andy Scott, Rudy Bard, Boh Taylor, Howard Zeller, Jim Weller, Qra Kelsey, and Wade Brim. Letters were awarded to underclassmen as well as to the senior managers, Hobie lvlunsell and Bill Kiefer, and the sophomore manager, Bolo Sheahan. Mr. .laclcson awarded letters to the cheer- leaders, Nancy Wood, Nlargery Almy, Annetta and Anita Alhanese. Later Dean Axene called lor the memhers ol the squad to stand and pause in memory of co- captain Dean Postle, whose spirit will always he with us. 76 The Fay Shop Womens and Misses' Apparel KI. 2615 MARY FAY VVHIPPLE 1966 North MaIIsvay CIUID C1Ioria Dancing Nightly . . . Floor Show Phone KI. 0293 2195 Riverside Drive Compliments of 9 Long s Pharmacy 1275 GRANDVIEW AVENUE COLUMBUS, OHIO Phone KIngswood 2848 KIngsvvoocI 1019 1629 VV. First Ave. John Eoettinger Furrier CLEANING . . . REPAIRING . . . REIVIODELING . . . RELINING New IVIocIern COICI Storage on Premises TIIC ZHHCF-BIGSCF CO. Handwriting Books and Supplies COLUMBUS, OHIO 77 fi- L Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baldwin Compliments of the Harmon Family Good Luck to the . . . Class of ,41 MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE W. FISHER and MARYANNE Compliments of JQHN J. GERLACH C. P. A. Compliments of The Wilco Family 78 Complimen+s of A R C H Y 0 S T BOULEVARD SERVICE AND SALES I407 Grandview Avenue 22 years in ihe same Iocafion u, MAINTENANCE ,I ll ll HUDSON KINGSWOOD I4 HUNDRED JEAN W. WORREL VVAYNE A. STALLMAN, Jr. E. C. KRIEGER ERNEST BARTA Sluum IIiifI2fEfSSFlfanInIaIIdI an HEAD OFFICE ' ' 9 MONTREAL Norman E. Ciutscll -A Branch Nlauager E 2410 A.T.U. Bldg. SELECT your DEQ?RQ5I3,,I.IiEC9RD5 at BUDD Ev CQ. 30 NORTH HIGH STREET ELVA MADDEN Everything in Recorded Music RUTH RIGGERT W T.A.T. VILLA KI Always famous for delicious dinners A LA CARTE SERVICE Enjoy Hammond Organ Played by Ralph Riley Nitselulce Brothers Stationers . . . Printers 57 East Gay Street 79 FRED M. EXLINE 1VIanager Connecticut GeneraI Life Insurance Co. GROTE' S QUALITY MARKET 1261 Grandview Ave., CoIumbus, Ohio Phones KI. 1141 and KI. 1142 David Davies Baby Beef Buckeye Terminix Co., Inc. 1279 Grandview Ave. KIngswoocI 1189 Termite ControI Compliments of . . . The Shaw Davis FuneraI Co. FUNERAL HOME INVALID COACH Air Conditioned UN. 4155-56 54 W. 2nd Ave. WOLGAMOTS DRUG STORE 1205 Grandviexxf Ave. Dependable Prescription Service Free DeIivery Phones KI. 4662 + KI. 02415 Compliments of . . . THE SOWERS - BENBOW LUMBER CO. Lumber and Mill Work DAVID S. BENBOW Pres. Ellld Treas. Compliments of . . . A FRIEND CarI SCIITHCIZCIJS C1uIf Service Station CaII for and cIeIivery service VVaItI1am and Riverside KI. 6014 Compliments of A R C H Y O S T BOULEVARD SERVICE AND SALES I407 Grandview Avenue 22 years in the same location l, MAHNITENANCE ,I ll ll HUDSON KINGSWOOD I4 HUNDRED JEAN W. WORREL WAYNE A. STALLMAN, Jr. E. C. KRIEGER ERNEST BARTA Representatives of Sllllllll ILii1Em mfmlnuaudlan HEAD OFFICE " ' MONTREAL Norman E. Czatsctm - Branch Nlanager E 24l0 A.T.U. Bldg. SELECT your DEQSSAMKECQRDS at BUDD 5 CC. 30 NGRTH HIGH STREET ELVA MADDEN Everything in Recorclecl Music RUTH RIGGERT W TAT. VILLA K1 Always famous for delicious dinners A LA CARTE SERVICE Enjoy Hammond fJrgan Played by Ralph Riley Nitsclilce Brothers Stationers . . . Printers 57 East Gay Street 79 VTE L Compliments of Palmens Variety Store 1807 W. FIFTH AVENUE Opposite Arlington Th eater Compliments of Community Drug Store Ujust a little better serviceu KI. 0181 F. KI. 0212 1811 WEST FIFTH AVENUE Compliments of a Friend Compliments of MF. Elfld MPS. Compliments of . . . C l ll f . . . Nlr. and Mrs Dean Devvitt amp mm S O The Preston Family Nadine f--'41 Donn P-,42 80 1 DF. HIICI Mrs. Andrus Naiicy Ellen Margery Lee Emily Belle Billy 2454 Kensington Road Compiimenis of . . . Mrs. Earl D. Gardner and Family Compliments of . . . Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grinstead Charles r-,41 lack f-4,42 lim -,42 Anna - 319 ..,. Dflivid -- ,IQ .... Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Held Ted Francis Peter Dr. Hfld Mrs. A. BTOWII 2572 Coventry Road Compliments of . . . Dr. L. A. Larrimer 21 I2 Arlington Ave. Compliments of . . . DF. and Mrs. Earl RYHH Joe Mr. and Mrs. George Risley George Risley, Jr. 81 L J FRED N. EXLINE NIanager Connecticut GeneraI Life Insurance Co. GROTE' S QUALITY MARKET 1261 Grandview Ave., Co1um13us, 0I1io Phones KI. 1141 anCI KI. 1142 Davici Davies Baby Beef Buckeye Terminix Co., Inc. 1279 Grandview Ave. KIngswoocI I 180 Termite ControI Compiimenls of . . . I-11116 Shaw Davis I:uneraI Co. FUNERAL HOME INVALID COACH Air Conciiiioneci UN. 4155-56 54 VV. 2ncI Ave. VVQLGAIVIQTS DRUG STDRE 1205 Grandview Ave. Dependable Prescription Service Free DeIivery Phones KI. 4662 Q KI. 0245 Compliments of . . . THE SOWERS - BENBOW LUIVIBER CO. Lumber and Mill Work DAVID S. BENBOW Pres. ilfld Treas. Compliments of . . . 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