Utica High School - Builder Yearbook (Utica, OH)

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This page sponsored by a friend il Contents Erontispiece Dedication All County Section Homer Hanover Toboso Summit Jacksontown Hebron Union Kirkersville Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford glexandria Pataskala 76 This page sponsored by Horner's Newark Paint Company X XS f THXXIFIFX Editor Asst. Editor Bus. Mgr. Adv. Mgr. Baseball Honor Society Citizenship Spring Festival Assemblies Basketball Student Council ll-Man Football Social 6-Man Football Art Editor Asst. Art Editor Adviser Donald Beever Dorothy Williams Lucille Henderlick Harold Shaw Paul Weekley Ruth Lees Mary Lou McCormick Robert Poling Patti Hite Louise Kuhn Bill Johnson Gordon Booher Marian Carroll Ralph Jones Kathleen White Doris Pickering Virginia Berry This page sponsored by Denison University 4 HOIIIOI' Hanover-Toboso Summit Jacksontoln Hebron Union Harrison Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala Hartford Hartford Homer Oc-'X ur' H 1-'z'v..jv'i:f ...J LFUTIV... ftita -' if f V k 1 k BALL ., ,. ' I Knlux-454 SH'P waniscwaw 5' Hrfzfgv 22353-riff.: Q M' 'i,f, 1Q.f-wwf LN K1 L, ii Ntw Ug,5f 1 , as gf wg ,xgf Q . W 5' , .. I 1 4 BLACK Li: EZ Cc :wr 4 its g -bn sgxwi, A K F51 X , ff- Y! .. f 5 Y,: i Wwurw This page sponsored by Henry Deming 5 ."l' DE T C0 CII. This Alexandria Etna Hanover-Toboso Marian Carroll Junior Ehnle Don McKee Lillian Powell William Wrigh1 Paul Smith Kirkersville Hartford Hebron Bill Jack Sheets Philip Clark Robert Wells Donald Fown Mary Lou McCormick Norma Lee Swartz Jacksontown Johnstown Summit James Cormican Lila Egan Leo Fravel Charles Walters, Jr. Robert Poling Robert Shaffer Pataskala Union Utica Harold Davis Dale Hickman Ralph Jones Jack Donaldson Robert Weekley Lois James Granville Kendrith Roland Tommy Freas Darrell Sutton Homer Jean McLees Helen Harris Donald Beever Advisers - Mrs. Emily Smith - Stanley E. 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Alexandria Joseph Crim Richard Nichols Granville Bill Bowman James Gordon Lowell Johnson Robert Smith William Johnson Darrell Sutton Hebron Richard Voorhees Curtis Johnston Bill Sheets Homer Dwight Keckley Donald Beever Hanover-Toboso Paul Smith Raymond Rector Jacksontown Charles Walters, Harold Hubbard James Cormican Pataskala Jack Donaldson Robert Mauger Robert Needam Ralph Jones Jr. Etna Wayne Shaner Hartford Robert Wells Edward White Johnstown Robert Poling Mariee Stith Utica Harold Davis Summit William Foster Lynne Geiger This page sponsored by Aurel E. Coffman, County Treasurer 9 1 Jjb 6 xv J'r XY 1:5 8-x X-Stl! ZIQI: IN, Q " W-rg? Xu E 'ILQ4' ,f fre X . I l943 5 w bv! avg .f if ggi Verna Day Martha Jane Burrell Hartford Johnstown Robert Petty Betty Lott Wayne Keckley Hebron Patasl-:ala HOUIGT' A 1 -rm WWE ' 'K 2 .. .wk ' . N N ' . 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IHA ff' IIE 0 PIIU IN IIV V IE Hanover-Toboso Ralph Leslie Woodrow Holbert Hebron Bill Jack Sheets Bob Frost Arthur Goehring Bill Smith Don Riggs Phil Clark Herb Ingram Russell Yontz Johnstown Marice Stith Robert Koon Darold Priest Tom Denman Robert Poling Otto Smith William Wyckoff Jaoksontown Harold Hubbard Charles Walters Summit Alfred Allen William Cady Joseph Camden William Foster William Crone Clytus Hewitt Pataskala Vaughan Hanlon Alvin Hallas Jack Donaldson Robert Needham Don Lott Union Glenard Phillips, Jr Utica Tom Cooperrider Dale Hickman This page sponsored by Carlile Furniture and Rug Co. 15 IH "'l Ji ll MAN HAMP 16 JOHNSTOWN UTICA HEBRON This page sponsore by the Ohio Fuel Gas Compan MAN CHA ETNA First row Cleft to righti - Tom Biffle Wayne Shaner, Bob Shackelford, Junior Bhnie, Jim Shacielford, Norman Carrington. Second row Kleft to right! - E. K. Shipman KCoachJ, Dick Parkinson, Charles Dunlap, Jim Sands, Bob Snider, Dick White, Frank Ford, Buddy Castle CManagerD Etna - 27 Jacksontown - 6 Etna - 57 Alexandria - 12 Etna - 36 Hanover-Toboso - 12 Etna - 61 Homer - 14 Etna - 55 Summit 6 This page sponsored by H. L. Art, Your Jeweler 17 EH WFS ASKET ALL i lst Row Kleft to right! - Wayne Curtis, Cecil Good, D le Hickman Bill Herchline Dick Davis. a I 1 2nd Row Kleft to right! - Laurence Yarman, Coach, Burt Frye, Harold Davis, Bill McMillan, Dave Troyer, Dale Evans, Dean Hampshire, Manager. Etna Pataskala Utica Sum it Johnstown Hebron Hanover-Toboso Hartford Granville Homer TOURNAMENT Kirkereville 33 Pataskala 56 Jacksontown 26 Utica 49 Alexandria JohnstownCScarlet Feverl Hanover-Toboso 42 Granville 50 Pataekala 20 Utica 54 Utica , 52 Alexandria 33 Granville 28 Granville 42 Consolation game Pataskala 55 Alexandria 29 This page sponsored by Borden'a Dairy and Ice Cream Co. 18 Utica A M' 1 4172! 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E6 s but ,uw xglxwef V x 4 ,sax A 11+--.-Sw . f M m, W , -, . f 'fi J Li 43" ' if Q i gfmi- 4 - . 6 ' 5 Vs 4 I P' +1 W, R' ' Q . 4, , - " x-if 44 W - 9 RNA 'MIM 'F 24 R . rf 'Q ., Q" Ae' Q5 Q . ' L I it . M, L P J' X 'Wm co?-'S' 4-3' 5' , ' Q ,, Q Lf 'W -3 W 1. , -., aa, 1? w,,s '-Iflsflfi FLY?-F155 may 1, 1954 Dear B. J., I've been sitting here reminiscing about the good old times we had around Homer's Halls. Now let me see.......the Senior Class officers that year were: Don Beever, president, Norma Jean Butcher, vice presl- dent, and Vivian Niebel, secre- tary. If my memory serves me right the first great event of that year was the trip that we Seniors made to Columbus to get our pictures taken. We thought we were 'hot stuff' visiting Mrs. Bricker at the Governor's Mansion and then dinner and dancing at the Deshler in the evening. It was in December that our choral group ably presented Handel's uMees1ah' to a very appreciative audience. On January 20, we Seniors presented that super duper thriller 'Murder Mansion' under the direction of Mrs. Board. Oh! What fun! And say, B. J., do you remember how many times you hit your fingers in constructing our stage scenery? Wonder if they've still got lt? It was on St. Valent1ne's Day that those enterprising Student Council members, Jean McLees, Helen Harris and Don Beever entertained the Licking County Student Council. Our auditorium looked like a bit of old Erin when everyone met to congratulate the athletic boys at their annual dance on March 18. Remember rationing and how by siphonlng and other processes we secured gas to attend the Mr. and Sr. Banquet in Columbus? Our caps and gowns arrived in due time and we wore them to Baccalaureate. A true friend of the school, Ivan J. Howland delivered the address. On May 23, I believe we had Class Day. What a program! It was May 24, that we Seniors displayed our cooking ability at the Senior breakfast. The final great event of twelve years work was Commence- ment, held May 25. Raymond J. Jefferies, the noted traveler and lecturer, delivered an excellent address and twenty Seniors received their diplomas. Our class colors were silver and blue, and our flower was the American Beauty Rose. The motto went something like this: 'Before us lies the timber, let us bu1ld'. Yes, those were the days. Well, B. J., my secretary just came in and I have some letters to dictate. I know you are also busy with your duties at Harvard. Adlos, A Former L. D. KL1ttle Darlingj Joe I -F 1 Q' ,,-J. EAW!-TY L -f P Q, .yn , . ., 'Q gb- . . , f .M ,QM-3-, Mnkrmrr- W. ,,, w..-q.,qm an A .. , ,B 'gk ' A 5 I r 5 N- Qi 1 K fr. K X cua REPORTERQ AL H .... f 1- Y S 4, C 'S 2 2 4.f?w,.,,.,Q S h K - u V RESERVES ac- , .1 'v il E Ili lf' Q Q? 9 3 A rv o .xl E. 2 . r 4 ,41- SEXTETTE -Q lb ,, . I, , 'V 37 A ,g m a k I 3 t Y' ey LEGS rua f FR-'TZ' T TEAM' M---o--v-0-........., 5 , 1 -fs s J TYfjNG I J jumgs cuamisrs IA' F - , lv ,fpmvwms , . Q . ' Y W 'U i . 94 D .Yi CRAMMING ' srunswrsm HANQVEK - T QB QSO SEJXHOKS '19-4 4 Don McKee Dorothy Williams Eileen Galbraith Marjorie Staeseers Eloggane Morgan Fred Johnson Nadine Haught MHP? E- Osborn viola Depord Catherine Wright This page is sponsored by H. C. HGKh1ght of Bhnovor. 28 Mabel Levingston Raymond Re ct or HANCJVEK- TOBCDSCD WAR ACTIVITIES Stam Eng Bond Sale 5ne of our school projects is the sale of war stamps and bonds. During the first five months of this, term the sales have totaled S693.75. This is a continuation of a project that was initiated last year. Round-U Special TEe'Ebun -Up, our school pa- per, is a project of all pupils of the upper six grades who wish to participate. The November issue was a pa- triotic one dedicated to the boys and girls now in the service of our country who at some time at- tended either Hanover or Toboso school. The names and addresses of these boys and girls were pub- lished so that anyone who might wish to write to them could do so. A complimentary copy was sent to each one whose address we had. Dedication We wIsh to dedicate our four pages to all our sons and daugh- ters who are now in the service of our country, and especially to Oliver Gambill who has paid the supreme sacrifice and to Robert McFarland who is reported missing somewhere in Africa. SPORT ACTIVITIES Football Football created a keener interest at Hanover-Toboso than ever last fall. During the sea- son victories were scored over Summit Station, Alexandria, and Homer. Defeat was suffered at the hands of Jacksontown and Etna. Our Pirates finished the season in third place. During the game with Alexandria Don McKee suf- fered a serious face injury. But he felt well compensated when he was named All.County End. Basketball Our basketball team has had the loyal support of both commur nlties this season. Our surpris- ing Pirates won contests with Hartford, Homer, Summit Station, Etna, Jacksontown, Granville, Alexandria, and Hebron, but they went down in defeat at Kirkers- ville and Utica. Standing in second place at the end of the pre-tournament season, they are now anxiously awaiting the final outcome of the county tournament. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Freshmen Initiation As Is the custom at Hanover- Toboso, shortly after the be- ginning of school last fall, all freshmen were initiated into full membership in our school by the Student Council. During assembly the victims had to hurdle many abstacles. The pic- ture taken that day and shown on another page will testify to the fact that they were good sports. That night they were the guests of honor at a party in the school auditorium. Senior Hayride Members of the senior class held a hayride party and wiener roast at Flint Ridge Park last November. Since no team was available our wagon was pulled by a modern horse - a tractor. Chaperons were Miss Farquhar and Mr. Morris. Junior Wiener Roast In September the juniors en- joyed a wiener roast. After an evening of playing, joking, eat- ing, and laughing they returned home ready for more serious school activities. Mr. Morris was the faculty chaperon. Junior Pla Our Junior Play, Galahad Jones by Boyce Loving, was presented at Toboso building, January ll, 1944 and at Hanover building, January 12. The play was well received. The leading part was very well done by Roy Crawmer. This page is sponsored by Jennie Evans of Hanover. 29 HANQVEK- TCDBOSQ STUDENT COUNCIL COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBERS HQNCIR SOCIETY RDQNDWUP SMFF 4 3... FOQTBALL TEAM ALL-COUNTY BASKETBALL RESERVES BASKETBALL VARSITY This page 1 of Hlnover. s sponsored by lr. and Mrs. Kyle and Edwards' Grocery 50 HANOVER- 1105050 b JUNXORS PR?iSH3lA?f INITZ ATION DAY SEVKIITH GRADE This page is sponsored by G. A. Ketner of Toboso and Aoordw Service Stntldn of Hanover. 51 52 r " I f THIS YEAR We have six new high school and four new grade school teacha-s this year. Our new teachers in- clude Mr. Robert King,our superin tendentg Miss Smoke,our principak Miss Eswine,our commercial hnchm Miss Fenner, our music teacher, Miss Pifer, our Home Ec. teacherg and Mr. Pitt,our science teacher. With the coming of our new teachers, several new practices were inaugurated. One ofthe nkwst gf these is the Chapel program We have Chapel about once a mondm Sometimes we havea.guest speaker, but always we have music presented by the choir, the orchestra,the glee clubs,and other musical gums At our six-man football game with Etna, we had our homecoming. Loretta Camden was our queen,with Virginia G1eseck,Wanda Brown, and Mildred Cole as her court. We were honored by having one man on the All-County Six-man Rnt ball team, Rolla Beach, and one received honorable mention, John Morrison. The Summit Basketball team did not do go well this year. We yon only two of our gamesghowever,the boys played good games, so we are proud of them. The Junior Class will present their play, Nln the Light of the Moon,N on March 25, 1944. The Senior play will be pre- sented on April 29, 1944. The County Spring Festival is an event which Summit participams in whole-heartedly. The Festival is being held on April 14,l944.We will be represented by the folbw- ing: All- ounty Orchestra: Patty Frame, Leo Fravel, Alfred Allen, and Marcella RhodebackgAll-Qounty Band: Lynne Geiger, Patty Frame, and Lucille Hender11ckgAll-County Chorus: Marian Carpenter,Marcel1a , I. 1 ,' ' -f 'D' I' n ' 1 I Rhodeback, Lucille Henderlick , Patty Frame, Joe Camden, Alfred Allen,William Cady,William Fosten Clytus Hewitt, and William Crone. Not to be outdone by ihe County we will present a Music Festival of our own. It will be given some time in April. All members of tm music department will participate The Junior-Senior Banquet whl be given may 12. The following Sunday, May 14, we will have our Baccalaureate Ser- vice. Friday, May 19, will be our Commencement. Our two representatives on the County Student Council are Leo Fravel and Robert Shaffer. The Senior members cf' the Honor Society are: Marcella Rhodeback, Lucille Henderlick, Lynne Geiger, and Mary Jane Erdygthe Junior mens ber is William roster. We have our High School paper organized this year. We put cutan edition about once a month.We have had very good cooperation with dm work this year. We have co-edhpra Lucille Henderlick,and Lynw Geig We are very proud of or swhmg band this year. We have played Rr dances both at night and at noon. We have ten members including the instrumentalists and the vocalist The adult farmers class has taken over the farm shop for re-' pairing machinery. The F. F. A.entered the Sears k Roebuck contest and placed in the B Class. The F. H. A. has become more active the second semester, spon- soring several parties and other social functions. The Orchestra F. Hi A. Seventh Grade Geography Glass The Choir "Swing Banff Home Economics Class Cheerleaders: Betty Knowlton, Janice Catherine Pool Margaret Merrill, Lucille Henderlick All-County Football: Rolla Beach, John Morrison Farm Shop VAhSITY CiRQhLEADRpb Margaret Merrill Lucille Heniarlick "The: Squaw' The Chemistry Class JACKSONTOWN HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1944 Left to right: Margery Orr, Vivian George, Laura Rigglemum, Clarence Seward, John Steacunan, and James Cormican. r Left to right: Mr. Sebold, Miss Sheets, Miss Cooperrider, Miss Kirkland, Mrs. Sebold, and Mr. Bale. 56 INS '1 IRS JACKSONTOWN REMINISC ING In the fall of 1959, we were a class of 17. As time went by the war and other things caused our fellow-members to drop out. This was the year that Vivian George who hailed from Thornville entered our class. when we were sophomoresOuP class welcomed Laura Rigglemum who came from Etna. Our main event this year was a Victory Dance in the latter part of May. This dance caused quite a romance for Vivian George with little nFritzien. Although our Junior class was small we prepared a first-class banquet for the Seniors . Three of our members were on a Bond Drive and we entertained Hebron, Union Station, and Thornville with the music of the nRythmFourW and the trio. And now we are the Wsuper Seniorsn, with four happy years of high school practically passal our president, James Cormican, once quoted: nAfter I graduate,I am going to buy a big farm and find a wife, if possible, and settle down. What will become of Clarence Seward and his little WDutchW girl? nOh1 the boy in khakin, says Laura Rigglemum, 'He's minen. And Vivian George says, HA ski trooper is my idea! We are worried about what will happen to Margery Orr and the Trailblazers since she has mov- ed to Hebron. Last but not least we have John Steadman whom Uncle Sam is taking into the Air Corps. And now we close our reminiscence with our motto: Ad astra per aspera. Assemblies were held every two weeks during the year. Rev. Hughes was our guest minister. Our com encement speaker was Dr. J. Ruskin Howe. SCHOOL EVENTS y Sett. 16 School opened. Oct. 20 Mother-Daughter Banquet Oct. 22 Junior Party Oct. 29 Hallowe'en Party Nov. 10 Skating Party Nov. 29 O.S.U. Tests Dec. 5 Dec. 25 Xmas Party CDismissedJ 4 26 Group pictures Resumed classes Senior skating party Jan. Jan. Feb. 22 No School Feb. Hone Ec . Demons tration 25 Mar. 15 Honor Society Banquet Har. 51 Junior Play Apr. 21 Grade Operetta May 5 Senior Play May 12 Jr. 5 Sr. Banquet May 21 Baccalaureate May 25 Commencement FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 24 Etna- We lost! Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Summit- We won. 28 Hanover-Toboso- We won. BASKETBALL SCH DULE Nov. 19 Hopewell- Too Bad! Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Dec. 17 Hebron- They won. 19 7 Homer- We won. Alexandria- We won. Oct. Pataskalaa We lost. Kirkersville- Lost again St. Francis- We lost. Utica- They won. Dec. Jan. Jan. 14 Alexandria- We won. 21 Jan. Hanover-Toboso- They won Jan. 28Summit- We won. Jan. 29 Thornville- They won. Feb. 1 Grannville- We won. Feb. 4 Feb. 11 Johnstown- They won. Hebrona They won. WE HUMBLY DEDICATE1 The class of 1944 humbly dedi- cates this space in our section of the Lickingana to the boys of our school who are now in service and to those who will soon be serving. We are very proud to make this dedication to our boys because we know that if it weren't for them doing their job we wouldnlthave the Lickingana. Jack- sontown school is represented by seventy-two boys in service. We salute them! This Page Sponsored by Mcxibbenfs sonic Station 57 L. to R: R 1, F Hendren, B.Deck, E. Gorley, E. Dodson, I. Rut- ledge. R 2, B. Vermil- lion, B. Prince, Ho Sh.BW,VoDI'llU.I'H, Miss Sheets. R 5, J. Ryan, Ks Dusthimer, Dt Beard. I SV' L0 to R: R 1, Jo Ixliurphy, Io Pen- dleton , Miss Stuart, H. Lane, M. Rine, L. Hos- kinson, G.B1ack, R 2, D. Kirk, A. Wainright, B. Morton,J. Morri- son, D. Wise, K. Machk,H. 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Jaton, ,N hALuA,, '-MR., jx N K + , , Q gjhwxlpyf xx HEBRON DIARY September 7 School opened--oh me! 10 Teachers Meeting at New- ton Township School 17 Football at Hilliards-- photo finish! 24 Practice game with Gran- ville High 50 Croton game-- Storxewall Clarkg also, Teachers' Meeting--two steaks per! October 8 Played Johnstown--W Mur- der,N he says. 15 Utica, here--strength in unity! 22 21-14 victory over Gran- ville--Dark Horse Braigl 29 Night game,Pat--Ingram to Voorhees tipped scales! November 5 Football Banquet at Van- dergriff's Restaurant 4 Lion's Club entertained football team 5 Teachers' Meeting--whee, - no school! 19 Invaded Millersport--new basketball season opened! 23 Johnstown, here--we 30, they 27 Qno Denman! December 5 Lost to Etna--what's the matter, boys? 4 Played Glenford--yes, we lost again! 9 Junior play, W Scarecrow Creepsn lO Granville, here--back in old groove! 17 Game with Jacksontown-- n0ur team is red hot.n 22 Christmas program--Silent Night, Holy Night! 24 Christmas vacation--this is the life. ' O January 7 Hebron vs. Kirk--closed 14 Visited Granville--oooh, we stubbed our toe! 15 Glenford came here--too little. too late! 21 Etna at Hebron--Etna 's hoodoo works again! 28 Kirk game--Kirk better, but not best! 29 Millersport once more! February l Victory over Alexandria! 4 Played Jacksontown--yes, we dood it again! 7 Girls' Intramurals--bring on the bandages! 8 Smallpox vaccination--oh, ouch! 11 Lost to Hanover-Toboso-- too many Mciees! 14 Hebron and St. Francis-- give us strength! 15 Community lnstitute--this is always nice! 17 Tournament--please, cross your fingers! 25 The Nutrition and Cooking School--vitamins! ration points! March 51 Senior Play--masters of the art! April 14 Spring Festival--meet us at Hebron! May 8 Mother and Daughter Ban- quet--uLike mother, like daughterlu 19 Final exams--misery loves company! 21 Baccalaureate Services 22 Cla ss Day--Seniors reign! 25 Commencement--Goodbye! THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY HEBRON FURNITURE C MPAIY 1 THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY FITCH BROTHERS' GROCERY 42 H , - .. Q , . f - -f 1--:... ,N - - . . . X 'tg - :Q ,E , j S- . Q S ,, S -S fy., - j I '- K 1 Q K , , 1 s Q yi l :23he Jmi3 THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY HEBROH MILL 45 A ING COMPANY UNION HIGH SCH00 cLAss DF new H Herman F Kaube r P ESI'.hQr'WJOSif PIM. Fan. marylfgitlket-L A553 M-Tkomfso lc. FIC. F' ham! L,Wh3Le. Ruth l.Lees Sponsored L7 Pfnelee HoXslGiN 7'3"7'f' 44 UNION SCHOOL CALENDAR September 7 School opened 17 Freshman Party Beginning of Bond Drive October 22 End of Bond Drive 29 Halloween Party November 7 Prince of Peace Declamations 12 Fall Festival December 9 Junior High Play: 'Wildcat Willie' Senior High Play: 'Let Me Come Back' 22 Christmas Cantata 25 Christmas Party January 19 Beginning of Paper Drive February 14 Valentine Party 29 P.T.A. Party March 17 End of Paper Drive April 21 Junior-Senior Play Hey 12 Junior-Senior Banquet 21 Baccalaureate 22 Commencement 25 Glass Day and School Picnic 27 Alumni Banquet THE UNISONIAN The Union High School puts out a monthly paper which is called the Unisonian. The arti- cles in this paper are written by the high school students about various activities in the school and community. There is also an editorial of general interest. The paper is typed on stencils by the second year typing class. The cover is different each month and made suitable for various happenings in the month. The picture is made by students of the high school. OUR WAR BOND DRIVE Last September the Student Council sponsored a War Bond Drive. It was conducted in the form of a contest which began September 17, and ended October 22. As previously planned, the losing team, the Bombardiers, arranged a Halloween Party for the victors, the Commandoes, on October 29. During the contest we sold 32,100 in bonds and stamps. Continued sales were made until December 7, on which date the schools were asked to submit a statement to the U. S. Treasury Department as to the amount of bonds sold. Union School had sold 34,700 worth of bonds with which it purchased two land Jeeps and one amphibian jeep. We now have a citation from the United States Treasury Department stat- ing the successful results of our drive. SCRAP PAPER DRIVE The Juniors and Seniors at Union were having an informal discussion one afternoon. Bob hit on the idea of a scrap paper drive. The next morning a very timid group went into the office to put the idea before our Prin- cipal. He readily agreed. From January 19 to March 17, everyone scoured all nooks and crooks from basement to attic in search of paper. We had 5,000 pounds, an average of 85 pounds per person. Each home room was a team in this contest. We found the percentage basis worked the best because of the unequal distribution of pupils in the home rooms. The contest ended with a Saint Pat- rick's Day party, March 17. A plaque was given as prize to the home room with the most pounds of paper per pupil. Sponsored by Newark Approved Hatchery TYPING II HIGH SCHOOL FIELD TRIP IN BIOIOGY HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS I Sponsored by Dr. J. 11. crass n S fr U D E N T C O U nwnn N IN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE Q L -'. 4 .a. I1 d HONOR SOCIETY HOMHWARD BOUND WEEKLEY TWINS GRADES 7 agd S HOME ECONOMICS Sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance 47 x 'QV' Q K , KN' Q xl E , 6 we 'ZQQK V, 5 43A R if pw gin .4- ww KUIIQK SENIOR CLASS: President: Willa Budnlck Vice-Presldentg Harry Clark Sec.-Trees.: lary Lou McCormick Flower: Gardenia Motto: 'Not to the top, but climblng.' WAR BOND NEWS: At the beginning of Kirk's school year we sold magazine subscriptions. With our share of the profits we are planning to buy football uniforms. FARMER'S INSTITUTE NEWS: Our poster winners for the Farmer's Institute this year were: Wayne Tresemer, grand- championg Joe Robinson, first prize: Norma Lee Swartz, second prizeg Lewis Hoskinson, third prize. KIRK HI SPORTS: We opened the school year playing softball. Our basket- ball practice was started earl- ier than usual in hopes of hav- ing a good team. The squad op- ened the season with two glor- ious wins. Dick Swetnam broke his collar bone in practice and set the team back somewhat. HO B ECONOMICS: This year the Home Economics class is having an enjoyable and profitable time. le have completed units on food preservation, interior deo- oration, the dinner, and con- struction of pajamas, blouses, and jumpers. We pool our pennies, then prepare, and serve, lunches that are healthful and economical. Under the supervision of Miss Niederhauser, our Home Economics teacher, we have accomplished s great deal. For enjoyment, we have plan- ned one activity for each monthg s taffy pull, s tes for high school girls, and teachers, s skating party, and a Valentine party. - This HUGH THE JUNIOR PLAY: 'The Campbells Are Com1ng', a three-act farce-comedy with hill-billy trimming was present- ed the twenty-second of November by the Junior Class. MUSIC: This year we have had a very large high school chorus, and have been singing four-part mu- sic. The chorus sang for the Farmer's Institute program. A triple-trio was chosen by our music teacher, Mrs. Macy, and sang between acts of the Junior and Senior plays. SENIOR PLAYS "Ride 'em Cowboy", a three- act comedy with western songs and background was presented the twenty-fourth of March, by the Seniors. The cast includedg two cowboys, one English gentleman, two desperadoes, a maiden aunt, two pretty young maidens, and s Mexican Senorlta. F.F.A. NEWS: A few weeks after school started the freshman greenhand initiation was held. They were rather roughly introduced into the F.F.A. Refreshments were served afterwards. The F.F.A. held a waste pa- per drive. The paper was bailed and hauled to Newark. A large farm shop program has been in progress. Most of the shop time farm machinery HONOR SOCIETY: Kirk finds they had two has been spent in repair. that this year members to go to Mar Lou McCor- Honor Societyg y mick, chosen to go ast year, so our new members are Willa Bud- nick, Senior member, and Norma Lee Swartz, Junior member. STUDENT COUNCIL: Kirk is represented this year by Iary Lou McCormick, and Norma Lee Swartz. page sponsored by H. Lee Emerson 5551 ., x,fL,, Ab, 4 3? W ,.,,., ,Q Hs. ,...1.. I K I ' we 'fwpsiw-a 1 .-'- . i L -- iw-a -.Aw ' -' " ' ' - ' f .. .1 Q , 7- Q -1 figwf , A f.+1,g "g f y 1 ,H 3 Q Q Y? , Q X TA ' ww? Q Q ' Y' ' if g ggffiw 3l'?.2"L3i - ' +22 an r ., -- gn ,I ,, ,. V. X Fw fa-1 . ' i ' , , ,sv ,,gz'i 4.2 iii" . ., ,MM - 1. K ' f -ff W I , E Way! Mmm ,Vial-Q ,, X .... , H12 t - - we as-as 'J Sw, g.g':.,-Wzsfigggv i-'f:,f' In ' I , -g 1 This page sponsored by A11en's Grocery. 50 Nw. ,-.. N. FRESHMEN! President-Joel Taylor Vice-Pres.-Betty Keller Sec.-Treaa.-John Welsh W ' S --4,6 'H'yg if SOPHOMORESQ President-Dick Bruckman Vice-Pres.-Mary Los Bauman JUNIOR CLASS: President-Wayne Tresemer Vice-Pres.-Norma L. Swartz Sec.-Trans.-Lewis Hoskin- -son K X525 This page sponsoreu by HIPPY Clark 51 X , M - PC James R . Steed Faculty Drug Store Virginia Jones Faculty , . ,. H1 A 4, J-'Q Jmmsfoww HKN4 SCMQQL Gerald Balser Faculty Pauline Kre age r Facu lty Charlotte Smoot: Faculty .WX 'sf :gl -,va 1 me Janice Gleason B111 Montgomery Marice Stith wif' C L A S S I, Benjamin Morris Janice Merrill William Poole Faculty Faculty Faculty Willis Adams Rolla Webster Helen Hall Principal Superintendent Faculty .f q l I tttaall , 3 Indus Barcus June Bash George Brake Joe Denman Lila Egan I I f I iliiwf I Eula Green Margaret I-Iardsock Jean Johnson Ray King Donna Miller fe ' J 1 . 5 ?"". 1 M M Virginia Peter-man William Siegel Irene Smith Clarence Smith John Sponaugle This page 1: sponsored 1 by ,, 3' L1oyd's W Eloise Sweeney Shirley Warner Marvin Willison William Wyckoff Fred Wyman Juniors presented Junior Play was pre- g xaxfgg al? 51Lwan'm. f"' 5 Q. X -:fe if 2 Lux -L Ei ak DUCK Pk September-- 7 Doors of Johnny H1 open- Oo tober-- l ed to greet 460 pupils. School was dismissed to allow people to go to the Hartford Fair. Johnstown bowed to Ga- hanna in a night game held at Gahanna. Class elections were held in the upper six grades. Journalism class had a meeting to talk over the possibilities of a Beacon. Johnstown defeated Cent- erburg by a score of 25 - O. First high school assem- bly. Several interest- ing impersonations were given. Johnstown bowed to Utica Boys busy preparing for the big game with Pat- askala. Journalism class busy working on the nBeaconn. Six week's tests are now in full progress. 8 - Johnstown walloped Heb- ron 26 - 7. 12 - A Faculty Party was held at the high school. 18 - Johnstown walloped Pat- askala 51 - O. 19 - Seniors sponsored a high school party. 22 - Johnstown defeated Cro- 25 - 26 2? 29 ton 65-O at Homecoming. an interesting assembly. Football pictures were taken at practice. Rehearsal for P. T. A. program after school. Johnstown defeated Gran- ville l4 - 12. November-- l - P.T.A. was held tonight. S U 71 ns, 10 11 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 25 - 50 - Decembe 5 - 15 - 16 - Februar 4 - 17 - 16 - March-- lO - - A school assembly was held pertaining to Arm- istice Day. School dismissed be- cause of Armistice Day. Sophomores started thelr paper drive. The Sophomore Class pre- sented an interesting assembly for the high school. Mr. Steed gave a chicken dinner for the football boys. A practice game was held with Summit, Johnstown won 57 - 17. Johnstown defeated Ga- hanna 59-35 in a prac- tice game. Johnstown was defeated by Hebron 50 - 26. Sophomores gave a high school party in honor of the football team. Ii-- Johnstown defeated Alex- andria at Johnstown. Senior G1rl's Glee Club presented the Christmas Cantata. The Junior Prom was held at the high school y--. Sales started for the Beacon. Johnstown played Hebron in the county tournament Junior Class busy at work on their class play uOld Doon. sented. WO1d Doon was the name of the play. 15 - Honor Society had a April-- l4 - 21 - First basketball prac- May-- tice was held after school. Johnstown defeated Sun- bury 27 - O. 21 - 24 - meeting at Alexandria. Spring Festival was held at Hebron. Senior Class play was presented. Baccalaureate Services were held. Commencement for the Seniors. This page sponsored by Po11ng's Food Market T1 1 Ei . 5 Q, , K 2 -75 . .. :: -,W . , f yy-MM F? . vi t.L in 7 1 . 2 sf.. ' 7 - .,.1l .Mm I , L . raw . wx I .3 i ,-., . . - .f f., w 4. fy X ARK! 1, K 4 . 3 X ik iwki W W . .1 .mm " f w 5, 4544 JW wiff S f .Q . .83 wx , Q m Q .film 3. , smirk ,why 'hula ANS! 5? 5 5 i2i,: 3.. ?e' Y A ,I i g? W " V- ' . 3 F H ,,,, Q, N95 if Beacon Staff Co-Championship Football Team Future Farmers of America This page sponsored by R1nker's Drug Store xi i? .- wa " . 'ik A X o .1 u"' smmv 'asf .K 'LSI Q X U A .. N x 5 ':' AILEEN HINES Nan. euvsp. LE EVANS , ., in Mi' t 1 cmd 22:22 xlll ' sl 2, xx 1 X v 1.1 vu nrre eos MnmEf1'A H" H CURT' Qmn mu-LE BE-' F ' H uwkms Q 1 ' Q Var Q X, Q , I u I . ,k --57x uf f' - K X qx - 4, .""AfQv1'f Mamas o'1aomeLL new Hnmvsmns oumum mm mace Bievesz xsmmg ,mugs FOSTER wmv nano 1 . qv M . fr f I -63 W ,I' -if ' .K it 1 V6 ' A- i i i- m. ' V is YL J . out noaowwu --7 :T - - ' y. f Lnnsrm u. ua-r Q, 5 .Q Q, LCP , ' X ' 4 c mfr' X325 QP? x LGISE' PRESTON MMLY ONNTER . 3 1 mgqy 55137 gmpigy sucnnno .sf-womacv memo owes NELSON vmnrm O 56 GLOQIER Dear Joe: Well, we've really been buying bonds at school this year! We bought three 'jeeps' for Uncle Sam at Christmas time--and if you think that's good, during the Fourth War Loan we raised 39,l73.5O. We feel that we really should help our brothers and fathers who are out 'there' fighting for us--also, 'Fitzy', Mr. Law and Mr. Troendly, who left our faculty, and Don Foster who left the Senior class not long ago. The Student Council of Utica High sponsored dances after all the basketball games. This helped to create 'good will' among the schools, and it seemed to draw them closer to each other by the friendships that were formed at the Wshin-digs.' The Library Staff went all out this year, and it really sup- plied the school with good liter- ature. They mended books as they were torn and helped students with reference work. Spirits of students all over the school were pepped up as our basketball team kept making his- tory. Over forty league victor- ies in a row is a record to be proud of. It is certainly with tears in our eyes that we watch Frye, Evans and Davis leave the ranks this year. Of course, with the snappy Redskln Reserves we've fine prospects for an even better Qi! it's possiblej team next year. The Builder this year proved to be tEe Best we've had for a long time. with art work through- out and a stiff leather cover, it really looks great! I suppose someone has written to you telling you all about the Glee Clubs and Band. They hit some pretty solid notes and struck sdme mellow chords. They always were on hand, ready to perform if needed. We all held our breath while we wondered whether we would be able to get the scoreboard we wanted. Because of the war, we found it impossible to obtain a metal one, but we did get a pretty Wsnazzyn score-keeper in spite of the odds against us. 'Sian said that one of the best plays that she ever saw was Adam's Evening. I wish you could Have 5een ere. It was really a riot, and having been directed by Mrs. Gold--well, you can imagine! The graduating class this year is the smallest since 1929. Of course, I'm proud to be gradu- ating in it though because qual- ity makes up for quantity. This year trigonometry was taught for the first time. The Wtrig' and physics classes were unusually large, which, of course meant more broken test tubes and escaping gas. Last summer, our building was painted inside. The auditorium was polished up, and a thorough going over took place. The sociology class visited The School for the Blind, The School for the Deaf, The Ohio Penitentiary, and The Feeble- Minded Institution in Columbus last fall. It has become a tra- dition for the seniors to do this. We tried out some new hall traffic--down the west steps only and up the east steps only. It worked wonders! Now there are fewer accidents and there is bet- ter order on the stairways. Although there is plenty more to tell, I know the bell is going to ring for assembly. This year the chapel programs have really been entertaining. We have vari- ety in types of everything from 'low-brow' to 'high-brow.' Hope Uncle Sam lets you off so that you can be here for Com- mencement the Twenty-third. All the best, Utica High School Utica, Ohio LIBRARY STAFF Mrs. Gold---Faculty Advisor. Hanella Hawkins and Lucille Allen ----- - Presidents. STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Ball--Faculty Advisor. Harold Davis ----- President. BUILDER STAFF Miss Campbell ---- Faculty Advisor. Patti Bite-Editor. ' ' 1 J qealb - . 168. . n , ,G X 3 gyohnsiogn 1 Qafxfg I : wOveI13' adsl? QQ Q g 96- 1128 D 5322 ygxff oy p.?,6c,3' 3 c 2 age Tbrille, 3 3 xi-W 06065 ma 0 on 1- 224 6' QQ 115. 6 00 65, Utica Trips Granville Aces we 9096 X ,Wwe oo 1 gym 'S I2 Dis, U 1' lcf Pi 2'3" fb wi. ag,e59Yf S: Kao-Bgwatinngctxgg wi 'doae Night m 1- 1: , 1. . - .. - 1 , - ,, w ., .. , . s-2 ,, 1 'Vi X , 1 ..,. 'fG'fw'a:ff,rEp5. Il 'M it Q qQyr QNYW X' Q 9B!N A2159 5A H --""" hx 4'QKINS0'x o Q3 5' fi E'-P Z SQ' s CUnNmGYxf X x ,O .,f QRS? 1' fR6u. W VNS Www This page sponsored by Harr-1son's Restaurant, Etna 60 Q Us 1 N s 1 QT Nyc -was fav V X XXXJUHN B JI WNW nw King Football really reigned in the Etna High School this year The six-man football team set the world on fire by defeating all opponents and thus won the County Championship. The Varsity squad was composed of the following: Robert Shackelford,fullbackgJames Shackelford, half-back, Norman Carrington,quarter- back 3 Edward Ehnie and Tom Riffle endsg and Wayne Shaner, center. Substitutes were Frank Ford, Charles Dunlop, Richard Wh1te,Davld Palmer,Robert Snider,Richard Parkinson, William Parkinson,James Sand, Gene Castle and Louis Clark. Etna also boasts champion manager,Roger Pickering Etna gridders, Norman Carrington and Robert Shackelford were placed on the all-County six-man football team. Wayne Shaner received honorable mention. A gala homecoming celebration was held. October 14, 1945. The homecoming queen and her attend- ants were presented in an auditorium meeting preceding the game between Homer and Etna. Jeanette Lines, a senior, reigned as queen. Her attendants were Maxine Betz, seniorg Betty Lou Parkinson, JuniorgJean Barker, sophomoregMargaret Hizey,freshman School life has been made enjoyable with numerous social activities including hayrides , parties, and dances, which have been sponsored by the various classes,groups,and organizations. The Junior Class presented a mystery-comedy, Hob-Goblin House, the fifteenth Ef'Decem5er. The cast included Betty Tam, Helen Betz, Marilyn Gierhart, Marjorie Williams, Irma Lee Roberts, June Cain,Diok White, Jim Shackelford, William Castle, David Palmer, Norman Carrington, and Charles Dunlop. It was directed by Miss Lois M. Robinson . According to the point system of tabulating basketball wins,and loses the 'Green1esn tied Hanover Toboso for second place in the Licking CountyLeague.Cheerleaders who were always on the job, were Jean Parkinson, senior, Eleanor Mauger, junior,Mildred Watkins, sophomoregMargaret Hizey,freshman When a spring music festival was held at Hebron in April, several musicians took part.Part- icipating in the all-county band were Charles Dunlop and Deanie Emswiler, trumpets, David Palmer and Dorothy Snider,clarinets. The choristers were Ann Twigg, Betty Tam,Eleanor Mauger, Maxine Betz, sopranosg Helen Betz, Mildred Watkins,and Margie Williams,alto. The Etna Chapter of Future Farmers of America had an active nservingn organization this year. The officers of the chapter were Charles Dunlop,president3 Deanie Emswiler, vice -presidentg Lee Heimberger, secretaryg Glenn Heimberger,treasurerg Fred Roley news reporterg Robert Snider, sentinal.The twelve boys enrolled are doing their part in the prod- uction of Food for Victor by completing EE productive prosects Not to be outdone, the Girl Athletic Association took a lead in the school activities. The officers were Jeanette Lines, presidentg Louise Kuhn, vice- presidentg Betty Tam, secretary, Marjorie Williams, treasurer. Representatives to Licking County student council were William Wr1ght,junior and Edward Ehnie,senior.Licking County honor society members were Louise Kuhn and Wayne Shaner,seniorsg Helen Betz and Betty Tam Juniors. Louise Kuhn was Lickingana staff member. Her able assistants were Jeanette Lines, James Shackelford, and Richard White. The senior class play was presented March 50, and 31. The entire senior class participated in this production. Miss Sarah E Morris directed the play. The social highlight of the school year was the annual Junior Senior Banquet sponsored by the members of the Junior Class. Commencement exercises were performed on May nineteenth This terminated the school year. This page sponsored by Harry Smoke's Garage, Etna. 61 Rumors 1 Q S homo re 5 ESS, ,X Qf fx 1 -1f'Y' Hash men This page sponsored by Bartlett and Son Garage,Wagr-am. 62 A I f. u--1-T. -.1-1 CHEERLEADERS BASKETBALL This page sponsored by Dr. R.V.Ru.nk10,Btnn 65 GH S EI GIEMMSS 5955 X ANMMEELZEZ September saw the students of Granville High come trooping back to begin an industrious year. This year we have seen seven of our senior bdys as well as several teachers go off to war, but we've been backing them up. During the Third War Loan Drive, Granville High far exceeded her goal, reaching the amazing total of Sl5,12B.l5. CBesides the War Loan Urive, the Student Council has sponsored weekly sales of Defense Stamps, which have brought the total to approxi- mately Sl9,000.J We climaxed the week by electing a War Bond Queen, Flora Lee Jenkins, who presided at the Student Council Dance. Music was supplied by records and Dave Ott and his band. The highlight of the foot- ball season was, of course, Home- coming. A colorful parade hav- ing as its theme 'America the Beautiful' preceded the game. During the half the awards were presented by the Homecoming Queen Jean Kaiser, and her attendants, Nettie Lou Jenkins and Yvonne Engwa 1 1 0 We were proud to learn that two of our sophomore boys, Dinck Brown and Harold Morrow, had been elected to the all-county foot- ball team, and that one sopho- more, one junior, and one senior had been placed on the second team. During the football season we achieved another triumph when we sold magazines to finance the purchase of new football uniforms and equipment, to say nothing of new basketball uniforms, which have already been placed in use. the Girl at their On November 12, Reserves were hosts annual dance, held in the school properly cafeteria, which was decorated for the occasion. The Junior Play, 'What a Life,' a Henry Aldrich comedy, was a great success with an out- standing performance turned in by the cast under the fine direction of Mrs. Marian baker. Contributions have been obtained from the student body for the purpose of purchasing an honor roll for those teachers and students who are now serving in the Armed Forces of our Country. Of these people to be honored, seven are members of our present senior classg Leonard Strickler, Lewis Dixon, Wilbert Martin, Vastine Hammond, Have bovell, Jim Mitchell, and Lowell Dunlap. During the basketball season, although the won-and-lost record has not been too impressive, the team has progressed and several members of the reserve team have shown enough promise that they have been advanced to the varsity squad. At the time this goes to press, we look forward resignedly to the last few weeks of school, optimistically to the forthcom- ing baseball season, and with pleasure to the whirl of social life that spring brings with lt. This page sponsored by the Horner Hardware Co. qu CHORUS GRANVI1lE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT CGUNCIL BAND This page sponsored by The University Store for Town and Gown 66 f . 'Eff 6 1'-Y ' - "sw .f M W R WW QUT' UF" --af --4 ' f . .M WW.. fr. M . X. - ' R: iw 7 53. N:f,.u..,,5:aae4.:,..Q W ww, . . ' V ,.A,,:g:,c-ff..,,.-. w...L,, V W., XS N L . ,kg 3 '71 " 35 AR 3M f52?2f7 X f, -" vi ,J X' .44 , ,... .319 EI ai '54 QYA ,iA ff S , .k?Q' 'i V ,A xni . :Jigs 55 ' F 1 .1 Q 3 I f J' XX Qi' Y?- ,,, f r nmweupo 'Yv si if Z if gg Zi ,si 13,134 .flqgr 11 54 -P' 'P YI This page sponsored by P. E. Grubb, DeKalb Hybrids OUR S EN HOKE Gordon Booher--'Porky' Basks tball--1 ,2 ,5 ,4 3Footba11-- 5,42 Junior Play--32 Band--l, 2,3,4j Lickingana Staff-- 43 Boys' Glee Club--5,4. U Ann Cornwell--nCorny' Chorus--l,2,3,43 Junior Play-- 33 Girls' Glee Club--3,43 Ralph Clayton--nTarz' Chorus--2,3,43 Junior Play--53 Basketball--l,2,3,43 Football- 5,4. Irma Jean Gillis--Nlrmn Chorus--l,2,5,43 Junior Play-- 53 Girls' Glee Club--5,4. Louise Moreland--'Weezn Chorus--l,2,5,43 Girls' Glee Club--5,43 Junior Play--3. Sybil Myers--'sib' centerburg: Fo He Ao""1,2,3: Girl Reserve--l,2,53 Girls' Athletic Ass'n.--l,2,33 Dram- atics Club--25 Hartford: --43 Girls' Glee Club3 Chorus. Doris Pickering--'Dory' Johnstown: Band--13 Chorus--13 Girls' Glee Club--13 Reed Sex- tet--l3 Hartford: Band--2,3,4j CDOPUS--2,5,43 Junior Play--53 Pres. Latin Club-- 23 Girls' Glee C1Ub'-2,5,43 All- county Band-- 43 Class Secretary--43 Lickingana Staff-43 All-county Chorus--3,43 Honor Society--43 Cheer Leader--43 'Snoopn--4. Waneta Potter--'Skeeter' Band-l,2,5,43 Girls' Glee Club -3,43 School Pianist--l,2,5,43 A11-county Chorus--2,3,43 All- cou ty Band--45 Reed Ensemble- 13 Secretary of C1888--23 Vice President--3,43 Honor Society- 3,43 Junior Play--5. Clyde Spearman--'Speedie' Band-l,2,5,43 Chorus--l,2,5,43 F.F.A.-l,2,33 Boys' Glee Club- 3,43 Football Student Manager- 53 Football Squad--4. Helen Weaver--nweavern Sunbury--1,23 Hartford-- 3,43 Chorus--l,2,5,43 President of Class--l,2,43 Homecoming Queen -43 F.H.A.--1,23 Junior Play-- 53 Girls' Glee Club--5,4. Robert Wells--NScreech' Boys' Glee Clbu--5,43 Basket- ball--l,2,3,43 Band--1,2,3,4j Chorus--5,43 Football--2,5,43 All-county FO0tba11--43 Junior Play--53 S600-TT6BS.'33 heflec tor and Loudspeaker Operator-- 5,43 Honor Society--43 Treas. of C1888--43 Student Council-4 William Warner--uwee-Bit' Johnstown--123 Chorus-- 1,23 F. F. A.--23 Croton:-5,43 Vice President F. F. A.--4: Chorus 3,43 Boys' Glee Club--3,4. Kathleen White--nKatn Band'-1,2,3,4j Chorus--l,2,5, 43 Girls' Glee C1Ub-'3,4j Reed Ensemble--l3A11-county Band-l, 2,3,43All-county Chorus-l,2,5, 43 Class Vice-President-- 23 Honor Society-- 3, 43 Junior Play--33 Lickingana Staff-- 43 Toast Mistress Jr.-Sr.Banquet- 53 nScoopN--5,4. sssw+++++w+u44 "'- "" Our Boys in the Service, During this past year, rapid changes have taken place through out the nation. One outstanding change is that of education and the sacrifices of public schools as many of their outstanding cit- izens have left the cares and re- sponsibilities of high school to take over another and greater re- sponsibility--that of fighting to defend our nation. 3 Those from the Senior class are as follows: Frederick Needles, Robert Dietzel, Gerald Canaday , James Parks. Others are: Robert Bischoff, Raymond Bean,Ralph Hin- ton, Lloyd Jones and Kendle Pos- tle. Hartford is truly proud of these boys. This page sponsored by Charles Perfect, Ohio Certified Hybrids. ihdvf ',, .r Q 'I 1 X ! x f f"s':-5' X nl" ', ml Z fy' Xxiggx 7 . X IX cc DQ X XX 7,..1 F Band ' Ist row, 1. to r.: E. Spearman,C. Cook, K. Curry, J. Buel, K. White W. Potter, G. Porschet, Miss Dick- son. 2nd row: J. C1em,W. Davidson, B. Wells, B. Porschet, 0. Grubb,N. Higgins, M. Cook, J. Higgins. 5rd row: J. Wells, D. Shoemaker, J. R. Graham, G. Booher, J. Porschet, M. Parks, D. Pickering. Future Farmers t Ist row: W. Davidson, E. White, D. Fown, W. Warner, W. Dietzel, Mr. Morris. 2nd row: D. Gilliland, R. Peterman, P. Rose, A. Sexton, J. ,M Mitchell, 5rd. row: D. Canaday, R. ' Gooch. J. Butt. W. Parks. T15 GET E E71 Nqgifx onus Ar ' cxnow 0 T, Q? ' Puff fo-'vs u ' s ulvzfvy' , 9 I O , 0 ff , l ll A .fund V' VV! .ek - 'vs k ,fzwmv . - S .fvf gS3N ,R 1 izi'--1, Freshman Class , 5 :gg , lst row, 1. to r.: N. Higgins, K. T'-rffiiggii 4-' AZ2?iE Curry,J. Buel, J. Porschet,M. Hin- ton, I. Sillins, E, Needles. 2nd row: J. Mitchell, D. Shoemaker, F. Rose,W. Dav1dson,R. Peterman, Mrs. Debolt. 5rd row: G. Duncan, W. Parks, J. Butt, D. Gilliland, R. Gooch, J. Clayton. Sophomore Class lst row: N. Hig5ins, S. Clayton, M. Needles, V. Weaver,R. Porschet, M. Parks. 2nd row: Miss Dickson, A. Sexton, J. Graham, R. Hinton, Mrs. Debolt, Mrs. Ashcraft. 3rd rowg D. Canaday, E. Cochran, L. Needles, J, Wells, R. Hunter. This page sponsored by Groton Hardware 70 Homecoming Queen and Attendants Ist. row: 1. to r. Norma Higgins, Queen Helen Weaver, Naomi Higgins, 2nd. row:Joan Weaver, Clarice Cook Football Squad w' l to Bob Wells, Sr. lst. ro . . P. All-county End, Ralph Clayton , Donald Fown, Gordon Booher, Clyde Spearman. Znd. row: Elmer Cochran, Wendell Davidson, Edward White , Donald Roland County Doran. Wells, Duncan Shoemaker, Wm. Dietzel , Peterman, Freshman, All- End, Second Team, and Coach Srd. row: Jack Clayton, Joe Doyle G1lliland,and Gilbert Varsit Basketball Team J Ist. tow: 1. to r. D. Shoemaker, D. Fown, R. Clayton, G. Booher, B. Wells. 2nd. rowgD. Pickering, K. Curry, W. Davidson, E. White, W. Dietzel, J. Buel, Coach Doran. Reserve Basketball Team Ist row: J. Wells, E. Cochran, R. Peterman, R. Hinton, W. Davidson, J. Clayton, R. Hunter. 2nd row z Coach Doran, J. Mitchell, W. Diet- zel, L. Needles, J. Butt, G. Dun- can. 3rd rowf K. Curry, J. Bue1,D. Pickering. 71 -Zibsx Q AXX R A ,C .X W 3 s A5 T' fu 155.1 .To- rx X li, I 'W 3 ' n vd 1 fl W M 2 43 ff ! U , all t 4v24,4. 42 www. K w ew f J . X 3 'tx K 'ew Xxf R 0 L A ND PETERMHIV ALL- cowv ry END, SFCOND TEA M f-Wfsrfmnfv This page sponsored by the Groton Bank f nm: , Q X, My sg S 1 4 5 f NET Graf K'k7:: V .L f-"fi X Una -ra XIX pggg, w ' 1, .,., er. I 'YN 5 ,X Xxx. 'Q at FX 533551, gs Ac 5 V AMES Cuvee wi .-sb awe 'AG , Meg K, 2 Q ' 3' S 5 mg A X Q S X Pvbxcfijf .:,., ggi -...- g, - as gx eij k Vxxkkk was? Lf. 4 - ff' V"4 e gif E K 'rv s'e0'f,f' e w,f"+fv mf'-"N s This page sponsored by Scott Carroll Feed Q Supply 72 F.F.A. and F.H.A. Under the leadership of Hr. Hance, the F. F. A. has been very active. To help Uncle Sam and ln- cldentally its own treasury, the organization conducted a scrap drive. These industrious boys planned and presented their par- ents with a fine dinner and pro- gram at the annual Parent and Bon anquet. We are all very proud of Lester Henthorn, Jim Elder, and Dick Moore who were chosen as Btate Farmers during their junior years Not to be outdone by the F.F.A., Mrs. Beem and her F.H.A. girls have been equally active. o help finance the decorating of the girls dressing room, the fut- ure homemakers sold pop and sand- wiches at games. One of the high- lights of the year was the ' ox Social' to which the F.F,A. boys were invited. It proved to be a great success and much to our surprise, no one suffered acute indlgestion. IH MEMQRIAM The entire school was shocked and grieved by the sudden death of ' ommy' Fisher. He had served the school as Janitor for over twenty years and was much loved by all. He will long be remem- bered as a friend who was inter- ested ln all school act1v1t1es.A special funeral service was held in order that the student body might attend. PARTIES Salute! Bow! Ourtsey! These are the commands which you would have heard had you been in the halls of Alex H1 during Freshmen Initiation Week. After the sen- iors had done all the 'nice' things they could think of to the freshmen, they invited them to a party at which they welcomed them into the high school. It's leap year at last!!! The girls at A. H. S. are taking from all the advantages that it brings. These gals decided that it was their turn to hitch up the buggy and take the fellows. So to the HIA high school and the 'Sadie Hawk- ins' Party they went. After much work and planning the sophomores entertained the high school at the annual Sports Banquet. After a fine dinner, letters were awarded to the play- ers, the managers, and the cheer- leaders. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. ATHLETICS Although our football team had a rather unsuccessful season, we take pride in the fact that Llge Davison, our center, was chosen a member of the all-county six-man football team. The Alex basketball squad did remarkably well in the light of the fact that several varsity men were lost by graduation. We won five games and suffered ten de- featse HONOR COMES TO A.H.S. We are very proud of Junior Mowery, a member of the l9k3 graduating class who was the flrst to receive the new rotating cup for his school. This cup ls awarded to the outstanding schol- ar-athlete of the county. 'Pud' received more honors than any o- ther graduate of our school. He was president of his class, vale- dlctorlan, and a star baseball, basketball, and football playen In addition to these local honors, he received many from the county. Hs was elected president of the County Honor Society, and was chosen a member of the all-county basketball team, and the County Student Council. 'THE!'RE IN TH ARMY NOW' On February 16, the Juniors and seniors were invited to the home of Hrs. Johnston to say, 'Farewell', to Bob Crist and Dick Moore, who will soon be called into the service. Others already serving from our school are: Bob Hichman, Lynn Bhockley, and Don Emblem. Every boy in the class of 1943 is now in some branch of the armed forces. Mildred Hammond, a member of the faculty, has sn- llsted in the HAYES. This page sponsored by Ha1n's Food Shop, Alexandria SOPHOMORES Top row:B.Powe1l:H.Gal1ant J.Mercer3E.Flagg3J.Peeb1es G.Eeaverg D.Lewis. Row two D. Holmang M. Richardsg J. Hannahsg B.Lauterbauch3 E. BurtongM1ss Oyer. Row one: M.Brooksg P.Hooverg B.Met- calf: J.Shaffer3 B. Holman M.Coak1ey5 M.Wh1teheadg R. Pletcherg D.Ga11ant. CHEERLEADERS Shirlee Jones Marian Carroll Emma Price Betty Metcalf Martha Price This page sponsored by Durne11's Drug Store JUNIORS Top row: C.MooregF.Koontzg T.K1ntz3D.Nicho1sgL.WycofC F.Down1nggB.McCu1oughgMrs. Johnston.Row one:G.Beaver3 G.H1te3M.Peeb1esgL. Boehmg L.Powe1L3E.Fair1ey3E.Glenn FRESHMEN Top row:R.Geer3O.Garrabrant B.Pheneger: H.Revercombg T. Stevensg H.Glenn3 J. Clark: Row two:J.Byrd5V.McCu1ough5 A.Temp1egJ.Shock1eyg D.Hen- thorn: S.Beaver5M.Lines: B. W1111ams3M.Moore: Miss Ham- mond. Row one: K.Coak1eygJ. Mercerg A.Hopk1nsgE.Bagentg G.Johnson3S.Jonesg M.Pr1ce. HH. . This page sponsored by The Alexandria Bank Co. UDTBALI. dr 'iw ogg, SMU slCYQ sim Q fi? K f "" fhg i ' 0. XX "r ,Mx iw :- ra.: ! f WN 90 ATASMALA CALENDAR Sept.-7- School Opened -l7- Moron Jamboree -24- Jr.-Sr. Hay Ride -29- Freshman Initiation -29- F. H. A, Initiation Oct. -1- Football season opened Nov. -5- County teachers meeting -l0- Chile Supper and Dance -22- Student Council Meeting -23- Square Dance -214- Thanksgiving Vacation Deo. -3- Basketball season opened -22- Christmas Program -23- Christmas Vacation bsggn Feb. -2- Junior Square Dance -ll- Lincoln Day Program Mar. -3- Senior Chicken Supper -l7- Jr.-Sr. Trip to Columbus -3l- ggnior Class Play er First Flame Nay ------ Senior Play Jr.-Sr. Banquet Senior Banquet Baccalaureate Commencement THIS 77 THE CLASS OF 'UU' Another year-Another Graduat- ing class. It always seems to the Seniors that Graduation is one of the saddest activities in H gh School. When we are Freshman we gc through the year mumbling, and not always under our breaths, about all the unnecessary and un- intelligible literature we are forced by our mean old teachers to stumble through. Then as Soph- mores we spend all of our time envying the Juniors at their prominent place ln the esteem of the younger set. But--as Juniors we can hardly walt to enjoy all the important and very special privileges of the Seniors-such as having their pictures taken and placed before the world as educa- ted persons, and ordering name cards and graduation announce- ments, fighting over parts for the Senior Play, in a refined way of course, dressing up in those weird caps and gowns, and getting so much attention from every one in general. Seniors at last! Cruel world, how could those three years have slipped by so quickly. The Fr sh- man parties, Sophmore grief over lack of fame, the Junior play es and events of high school parti all sorts, Now comes the ways. Some of us contact with each perhaps for life, never see or hear the class. Or ma those of us who fame and will be the eyes of the n radio to their fo With all the tucked away in ou parting of the will keep in other'for years and others will of the rest of ybe there are are slated for known only thru ewspapers and rmer classmates. memories of PHS r minds we bid a bon farewell and wish the cn-com- ing classes the best of luck. PAGE IS SPONSORED BY S. C. HEWITT SOPH ORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS JUNIOR CLASS THIS PAGE IS SPONSORED BY VINTON D. HORROW BASKETBALL TEAM PATASKALA HIGH BAND FOOTBALL TEAM THIS PAGE IS SPONSORED BY THE PATASKALA RESTAURANT. X X T6 X 6 y Q. f if J if f ... -9 -if ., -' ,f iii.. 5 - rs-w I 5 , ff ff: riffs ff , 'E J If l1grf2'fqKyQ li E ?.T' V f f A J 97 80 4-IX ow? n Q. , M. ,H -I

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