Utica High School - Builder Yearbook (Utica, OH)

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This page sponsored by a friend Contents Frontispiece Dedication All-County Section Hanover-Toboso Summit Jacksontown H9 br on Union Kirkersville This page sponsored Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala 72 Homer 76 Finis 80 by John J. Carroll 68 falf This Editor Asst. Editor Bus. Mgr. Adv. Mgr. Baseball Honor Society Citizenship Spring Festival Assemblies Basketball Student Council ll-lan Football Social 6-Man Football Art Editor Asst. Art Editor Adviser Woodrow Holbert Mildred Monroe Harold Hubbard Donald Riggs Alex Wilson Lila Oyler Robert Poling Tom Cooperrider Dorothy Snider William Ullman Ruth Porchet Carl Moore Paul Hoovler John Ray Taylor Petty Fields John Parks Hrs. Margaret Pyle page sponsored by Denison University 4 Hanover-Toboso Summit Jaoksontown Hebron Union Kirkersville Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala Homer Pataskala Homer Hanover-Toboso EXECUTIVE HEHDS 5 tlla8l1t nunti. 3 - Etna Richard White Lee Heimberger Pataskala Jack Donaldson Bob Frankenberg Homer Helen Harris John Ray Taylor Hartford Donald Fown Ruth Porchet Johnstown Robert Poling John Ashbrook Alexandria Lillian Powell Phyllis Hoover Kirkersville Norma Lee.Swartz Mary Lee Bowman Jacksontown Mary Anna Rine Harold Shaw Charles Walters Hanover-Toboso Ralph Leslie Russell Hewitt Woodrow Holbert Granville Tom Freas Dirck Brown Hebron Curtis Johnston Mary Ann Bounds Summit Robert Shaffer Emerson mith Utica Dale Hickman Lois Babb Union Lois James Robert Weekley Advisers - Mrs. Emily Smith - Stanley E. Martin - Lester Black This page sponsored by The Roe Emerson Store 6 fi' A we W A ' Q, . V' ef .sf 1 gi. ff' , , N hge! Q, .xg .. Q ,. Q2 14. 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Q K' O27 R OCIED' Alexandria Homer Etna Lorna Boehm Lillian Powell Goldie Kite lary Whitehead Joan Hurlburt Granville Grace Ann Bradford Virginia Rodes Lois Dixey Frances Sutton Alice Covell Johnstown Margaret Sanford Marian Strider Marjorie Van Fossen Janet Scovell Shirley Foster Shirley Lou Longwell Freda Tippett Summit Beatrice Frances Patricia Frame Alice Cochran Anna Lois Wagner Mary E. Bone Helen Harris Hanover-Toboso Hazel Perry Pauline Lake Jacksontown Elizabeth Deck Utica Naomi Jean Rine Louann Spillman Donna Jean Harper Mildred Shumaker Ruth Baker Mary Esther Ball Norma Lee Bovard Elinor Hampshire Lorella Smith Lois Babb Barbara Miller Ann Twigg Helen Betz Betty Tam Kirkersville Norma Lee Swartz Mary Lee Bauman Sophie Snyder Lila Oyler Hebron Donna Fischer Mary Ann Bounds Norma Lee Bauman Wanda Worth Doris Dishon Pataskala Betty Hines Patricia Fields Evangeline Raver Union Lois James This page sponsored by Crane-Kreig-Flory Hardware Co. 8 690008 1 FIEZJ' Alexandria Richard Nichols Hanover-Toboso Paul Smith Allen Rector Eugene McKee Hebron Ronald Folden Curtis Johnson P Johnstown John Ashbrook Charles Sponaugle Robert Poling Union Bennett Lees This page sponsored by Etna Granville Norman Carrington David Palmer Richard White Hartford Joseph Wells Edward White Jacksontown Charles Walters Harold Hubbard James Morrison Robert Prince Utica Mark Spray Leland Larason Dale Hickman Tom Cooperrider Kings at Newark 9 William Ullman Tom Freas Roger McPherson Dirck Brown Bob McWilliams James Gordon Lowell Johnson Robert Smith Summit William Foster Emerson Smith Robert L. Shaffer Pataskala Robert Frankenberg Paul Hoovler Jack Donaldson Robert Mauger Res fhzcz 5 Louise Kuhn Etna Don McKee Hanover-Toboso DEPENDABILITY Waneta Potter Hartford Darrell Sutton Granville SERVICE Harioe Stith Johnstown lary Louise lhito Union This page sponsored by Edmiaton's Book Store 10 Harold Davis Utica IZC S PG James Parks Homer Beatrice Klema Pataskale LEADERSHIP r Mary Jane Erdy Summit 1 Albert Blain Kirkersville PATRIOTISM B111 Jack Sheets Hebron James Cormioan Jaokaontown This page sponsored by Abbott's Shoe Store Shirley Ann Pheneger Alexandria r Hlf"C'0Uf1Ty 1' I Alexandria Martha Price Homer Mary E. Bone Granville Margaret Titus Leland Williams Phoebe Clark James Toy Alice Covell Gerald Phelps Robert Smith Hartford Ortha Grubb Joan Porschet Jacksontown Ruth Brimgardner Richard Beard , Hebron Rebecca Smedley JoAnn Cass Paul Cass Johnstown Maryln Smith Jack Webster Summit Patty Frame Mildred Monroe Pataskala David Beeson Sara Folk Byron Ratliff Richard Parker Robert Manger Robert Frankenberg This page sponsored by the Burch Gift Shop All ll 0.,U,.+y Granville Utica Pataskala Margaret Titus B111 Herchline Ann Conway David Ott Louann Spillman Sara Folk Donald Young Pat Chvatal Robert Frankenberg Ketty Kier Lois Babb Martha Woolard Larry Crocker Leland Williams Lois Dixey Frank Bowman Phoebe Clark David Everhart Robert Smith Robert Burris Johnstown Shirley Foster Shirley Benedict Shirley Longvell Marion Strider Geetha Gorsuch B111 Grove Jack Webster Robert Poling Margaret Sanford Kirkersvllle James Bascom Etna David Palmer Charles Dunlop This page sponsored by the Ohio Fuel Gas Jean Rine Leland Larason Bob Adams Kenneth Cooksey Clarence Jones Bill Mclillen Hebron Sue Ann Holtsberry Patty Clark Dorothy McMillan Julia Walters Jackie Yontz John McKinley Bill Synder Norma Jean Barnett Mary Ann Bounds Jerry Frischen Harry Mauger Ronald Frankenterg Richard Parker Robert Mauger Dean Ramsey Arlo Dixon Dorothy Robinett Alexandria Martha Price Margaret Richards Mary Whitehead Gail Beaver Hartford Clarice Cook Jack Clem Wendell Davidson Ruth Porschet Norma Jean Thompson Ortha Grubb Su mit Jaoksontown Patty Frame Jane Frame Bill Foster Mildred Monroe 15 Company Ellen Gorley Sara Irene Rutledge Richard Beard Dean Wince Kenneth Seymour GJZQ COM! AO Alexandria Shirley Jones Lillian Powell Marcia Brooks Jean Shaffer Margaret Richards Ruth Pletcher Etna Marjorie Williams Helen Betz Mildred Watkins Betty Tam Ann Twig Dorothy Jean Snider Homer Lois Boner Dorothy Dixon Jean Myers Betty Frye Ina Frye Lois Wagner Granville Nancy Lou Heft Carolyn Rickm n Kay Daniels Barbara Taylor Harriet Hawes Phyllis Phillips Jacksontown Helen Lane Elizabeth Deck Louise Hosklnson Goldie Black Irene Pendleton Marjorie Jones Hartford Ruth Porschet Kathleen Curry Hebron Wanda Worth Doris Wiseman Doris Dishong Ellen Oldaker Jerry Frlschen Norma Lee Bau an Summit Marjorie Ginbey Patty Frame Clara Jane Horch Loretta Camden union Lois James Theresa Rumele Esther Lees Vida Young Nancy Reid Hanover-Toboso Evelyn Carson Jill Hibler Kirkersville Norma Swartz Ann Zollinger Betty Smith Lila Oyler Johnstown Marjorie Van Fossen Lee Nora Phalen Jo Ann Needles Fredia Tippett Betty Foster Myfanwy Linter Pataskala Patty Fields Evangeline Raver Lois Thompson Ann Conway Dorothy Robinette Utica Mary Esther Ball Norma Lee Bovard Marie Evans Ruth Baker Jean Rine Louann Splllman This page sponsored by Borden's Dairy and Ice Cream Company 14 Milf Alexandria Dwight Lewis Gene Castle John Mercer Tom Kintz Bud Castle Luke Wyckoff Homer Neal Beever John Parks Raymond Reed Don Douglass Robert Pickens Johnstown Tom Denman Robert Johnson Robert Koon Otto Smith Hanover-Toboso Ralph Leslie Allen Rector Woodrow Holbert Paul Rector Jacksontown John Ryan Dean Thogmortin Charles Walters Harold Shaw Kenneth Dusthimer Jack Shaw Granville Lowell Johnson Victor Rickman William Norman William Utter Roger McPherson Dirck Brown Pataskala Richard Fields Richard Mantis Richard Parker Jack Donaldson Paul Hoovler Byron Ratliff Union Junior Phillips This page sponsored by H. L. Art, Your Jeweler 15 Utica Dale Hickman Mark Spray Tom Cooperrider Kenneth Cooksey Jerry Weston Henry Miller Kirkersville John Welsch Don Budnick William Keyse Hartford Robert Dietzel Joe Wells Hebron Russell Oliver Paul Cass Dick Walters Ronnie Walters Robert Walters Su mit Bill Foster Clytus Hewitt Carroll Fisher ITIQH chi-Tnp.s GRANVILLE First row Cleft to rlghtl - D. Orr, Mgr., S. Rugg, Mgr. J. Hutchison, D. Claggett, F. Harrison, G. Blackstone B. Bonham, J. Dsvies, H. Piper, J. Maxwell, P. Phillips R. Burriss, llgr. Second row Cleft to right! - H. Sunkle, F. Hannahs S. Sohwsrzkopf, L. Johnson, H. Hoverland, B. Ullman R. Smith, L. King, T. Fuller, D. King, J. Fuller K. Dixon, lgr. Third row Kleft to right! - J. Breinioh, Cosoh, D. Cherry J. lstkins, D. Everhesrt, F. Bowman, B. Young, D. Brown R. loPherson, H. llorrow, J. Kessler, R. Robertson, T. Freas L. Peterson, Gooch. This psp sponsored by Gsrlilss 16 6,111,111 m,1111,v.s First row Kleft to rightl - Bob Vermilion Benny Morton, Bob Prince, ames Sforza, Junior Walters, Richard Beard, James Fields, Harold Shaw, Eldon Kreager. JACKSONTOIN J Second row Cleft to right! - John Ryan, Mgr. George Watkins, Bernard Freas, George Westlake Jack Londot, Harold Eagle, Deane Thogmartin Clifford Colville, Carroll Larason, Harold Sebold, Coach. This page sponsored by the Newark College of Commerce 17 askefball Q Q GRANVILLE First row Cleft to right! - V. Rickman, F. Bowman F. Hannahs B. Young D. Innis. I I I Second row Cleft to rightl - B. Burriss, Mgr., T. Freas, B. Robertson, D. Brown, B. Ullman, H. Piper, Laurence Peterson, Coach. Etna 24 Ezgza gg Utica Utica 61 Jecksontovm 52 gizigggiom JHGRBOYWOWU Hebron 26 71 azzzzeiizz' iz Homer 19 -T0hn't0'n 55 Johnxatam 52 Hanover-Toboso 57 Kirk 111 erev e Summit 22 Kirkorsvillo 52 Kirkereville 41 This page sponsored by the Ohio Power Company 18 50 Utica 59 41 Granville 61 Granville 44 43 Consolation game Kirkersville 44 Jacksontown 55 45 D, .X I F' N 1 06' Dr SIEJfX.LL .- ,kb ' GRANVILLE First row llett to right! - R. Brown, F. Hhnnehs C. Green, J. Reesler, K. Owens, B. Ullman. Second row Cleft to right, - Coach Peterson T. Freae, A. Brown, V. Rickman, D. Sutton R. McPherson, B. Robertson. Thin page sponsored by Horner'e Newark Paint Company 19 emi.w.13. SX i ' JG W. ,Z Sk h w, 'SK-S - , , E72 sazfzbhose G4 'Egg no In LL P L ERRKICK 1 Utica Q Afalii Dtila , Xmrswfx MOHRQW Granville SFONAUGLE Johnstown PGLING Johnstown Thiia page sponsor-ed by Sears Roebuck and Company 20 f3rai1vi1 3.s FOWW Hartf fJHTIS Wtica DCNALDSON Pacaskala CHERRY HI 140117757 6'+7771Y7I ZAHRNDT Kirkersville HEWITT Hanover-Toboao CARRINGTON Etna This page sponsored by sheriff Mchlrcy 21 LAUTERBACH Alexandria wuunr X, is if W R+? g W.1 WA Lfihii 5 Jaaxsontowf TQHRIAQH QQ cxfsoutfswfa . ,GE BASKHBAU. NGKTYLBW Utica ULLMAH Granville FREAS Grenville gf L WALTEHS Jacksontovn LGVE Kirkeraville , .Q This pgge sponsored by Hul1'l Newark Wallpaper Stars 22 j K faq f E W .. W , img! , 254 M vw My 25 HANQVEIQ - 105050 5ENIOfkS - 1945 HAZEL McAFEE DOROTHY SUDDUTH PAULINE LAKE EUGENE McKEE JUNE IESCALIEET L. WILSON PAUL RECTOR ETTY DOKAIDSON RUSSELL HEIITT LLVII IEBOID BVELYN CARSON U fi IOODROW HOLERT BTTY 'HOIPSOI JUNE STLGGERS PAUL SUITE Swnoreu by the H. C. lcklight Feed Store 24 lith the close HANOXER - 'FOB SO Football Under lr. Spies our new foot- ball coach, the H. T. football squad has shown great ability. Victories this season were scored over Summit, Homer, Kirkersville, and Alexandria. le suffered de- feat from Jacksontown and Etna. Still we think this was a good season for H. T. From our school Russell Hewitt was chosen half- back for the all county Six-man Football team. Basketball Basketball held high interest in Hanover-Toboso High this year. Contests were won over Homer, Hartford, Etna, Hebron, and Kirk- ersville. We were defeated by Utica and Granville. Our tour- nament game was with Johnstown on February 20. le had tough luck that night because Johns- town beat us. Better luck next season. Dances Dances on Friday nights in the high school auditorium was a pro- ject lniated by the Student Coun- cil. By charging admission the Council was able to buy the lat- est records an other accessories. These dances were discontinued during basketball season because they interfered with the basket- ball schedule. Freshmen Initiation n September 29, the initia- tion en the freshman class, and new teachers provided a source of amusement for the high school The job was well done by the Student Council. In their honor a party and a dance was given in the evening in the high school auditorium, at the expense of those who attended. A most en- joyable evening was spent by all who cane. Junior Play 11The Junior play, entitled The A American Boy was given Harsh 5 at Hanover and March 7 at To- boso. It was a comedy presented in three acts and written by Jam- es Stone. Assemblies Hanover-Toboso school assen- blies have been discontinued due to the broken furnace at Hanover which caused us to move to the Toboso building. These programs will continue as soon as we get back to our normal schedule at Hanover. In the county assembl- ies, Union Station, entertain us while as assembly program sophomore class was of presenting this was chosen to we presented at Etna. The put in charge entertainment at Etna. War Activities The school sponsored a scrap drive last fall and the collect- ion was donated to the govern- ment. For the class which col- lected the most, a reward of a half day off from school was giv- en to them. The senior Class tied with the eighth grade so that both award. Another war effort was the project classes celebrated the toward the gathering of milk weed pods. We were fortu- nate in having thirty-five full sacks after they had been dried. Senior Activities of our high school life drawing near we are antieipating the numerous aetiv- ities which belong to seniors. At the date of this writing we have selected the play, The Hutt Famil , which we expoct'tT F557 sent early in lay. The Juniors are making plans for the banquet and our commencement will be held on lay 18. Sponsored by the Aeord Service Station and Coal Company HANOVEIQ - 'fox-:os GRAD! SIVU GRADE EIGHT GRADE NIR! , GRADE TBI GRAD! BLIVH d by K tno 'a G ooory Store and Kylvs S 1 St 26 I-IANOVEIQ -'IOEJOSO RKIJND-UP STAFF HONOR SOCIETY CHEER LEADERS SUIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS VARSITY BASKETBALL Sponsored by the Edwardw Grocery and the Evans' Grocery 27 NJ WW J 'xx xx ZEJJ X x f 3 S X, , xsx. k- I Dear Diary: As I sit here turning back your pages, it starts me remin- iscing. According to yeur re- cerds, sene very impertant events teek place. lhat fun we had at eur first high school party en Sept- ember 291 The Seniors initiated the Freshmen at the party and eh, hew they suffered! Hew well I remember the day Octeber 121 It was eur hcmeceming and the day was ful ed with thrills when the queen was crewned and chills when we lest eur feetball game...... And here is anether event that wen't be fergetten by the Seniers be- cause en Octebcr 17, they spent an exciting day in Columbus getting their pictures taken. Nevenber 10 dance, and I see that en we had a high school sa I remember, it was a great success. Here is seme- thing I ellest everleeked eur first basketball gane ef the seasen en Nevenber 16 with Reyne1dsburg........Yes, we lest by twe points, but we did better after that. It was en December 20 that we had eur Christmas Candle- Llghting Service ---- and I night say, it was ef the eutstanding events ef the year. Then, en December 22, the Juniers spen- sered a dance te get everyene in the Christnas spirit. On January 15 we cane bask te seheel after an extended Chisb nas Vacatien due te the severe add weather and a breakdewn en en! seheel heating systen. le spent the remaining part ef Janaurg get- ting caught up with eur se eel- werk, but en February 17, the Juniers started things relling again. Yes, it was the Junier play entitled 'Too IANY HUS- BAHDS' and ene ef the best plays ever witnessed in the anditer- iun ef Sulnit High. 29 New, here is a date that will never be fergetten. It was a dance en March 16, spen- sored by the Seniers. They really did thingr up r1ght,tee because it was their last chance te de anything like that. Speaking ef the Seniors, it was en April 21, that they gave their play and I might add a geed ene, teel Then aleng cane the All- Ceunty Spring Festival. Summit always leeks ferward te partici pating in this event. In the Chorus there were Marjerie Gin- bey, Patricia Frame, Clara Jane Herch, Leretta Camden, William Foster, Clytus Hewitt, and Carrell Fisher. We were repre- sented in the Band, tee, by Jane Frame, Patrieia Frame, and William Festerg and in the Orchestra there were Patricia Frame and Mildred Henree. Our chapel programs this year were sane ef the best. le were pleased te have had such interesting speakers asg Rev. lright ef the Summit Methodist Church, Rev. Acerd frem Patask- ala, Rev. Ielfe fren Gahanna, Edward A lright frem Denisem University, and lr. Catternan ef Capital University. In lay sene ef the nest exciting events eccurred. First there was the Junior and Senier Banquet which was a very thrik ling night. The Juniers did a very nice jeb ef entertaining the Seniers and everyene had an enjeyable evening. Then cane Baccalaureate en lay 15 and Graduatien en May 18. the Seniers leeked very dignind in their blue caps and gewns slth the scarlet and gray tassels. Ol llay 21 there was the Annual Big Scheel picnic and Class Day. It was, hewever, the last day fer the Seniers, and they said geed- bye te 'Sulnit H15h,' Fendly, A SINIGR Cheerleaders 1944-'45 Typing Class in action! All-County 6 man football C2nd teaml Student Council Member Vocational Home Economics NSUM-HI-SKOn Staff, Advisors, and Student Council Homecoming Queen The Choir Basketball Squad 1944-'45 Junior Play Too Many Husbandsn Chemistry Class in action! Lickingana Staff v. -w Fw ,- A, 'a19m1'mwe'Asszwyvf, .1 X, 3'Q5f,f.:w-x: , MQ -,:ff:' - f :Q ..X-Y Lf- -Q . , ,w.M-, was I , . J: W. . M N ,n.fQ,,:,A,.,mms , - -f,,s1+:Qf. - -wma ,- , ,Lg v Y QL s.,-z-.qv -:- M .gzfes fiwsfk :-1 5 ': 5. 51 K' , , - - H N -1. x -rf x 1 w AK M ax sz W :riff- 'Ye B E -- ffm aux MW u.,L ,.LQmLNA Q ACKSO HIGH SCHO0 CLAS 194 5 NN S I and cuff MQRPV ' 5 ' s I 'Cixi f , ,A 'Bs 11 Tfggiwu 25- Q 6' 'V wif -fm fue o M ow iw 4 . QQ Tga?f ,Qe 'Va wi' IA? X yew -X -KA 'VQE C' I 52 BUACU4 v REMEMBER? Entered Alma Hater ---- Weak brain already. First football game-Oh! Boy We won! Ordering class rings-80.057 Senior pictures-Sad Sacks ! Six weeks test-Ohl Oh! Halloween Party--Boo! Electing class officers--No soap this year. Championship football game- Good for us! Square dances ----- Boy! las I dizzy! Football banquet-Y m! Yum! Nice work of our football team--3 out of 4 years. Q First basketball game---Too solly, we lost. Picture shows--What fun! Christmas vacation-Some fun eh, kid? Loss of school from drifted snow--No hurry. New girl in class-Not bad! Seeing two buddies goto War Sad case. Picking class plays--lhew! Skating party ---- Awful hard floor, Ouchl Class pictures ---- I bet he broke his camera. Good record of our fight- ing Trojans--Near champs. Tournament games--Good,O.K. Bad, Oh, No! Getting Lickingana together larped brain. Final report card--Sorry,-- See you next year. Commencement--Amen! Ie, the class of '45', wish to extend our appreciation to the Faculty of Jacksontown for their consideration and cooper- ation, and to our many friends throughout the county. During this wartime year we have lost two of our well-liked members James Morrison the Navy, and of this class, having entered Benjamin Horton, the Army's Pre Induction Course. And so as we take our final bow, we leave behind us many years of enjoyable experiences. Senior Class of '45'. U QIDVVIKI EVENTS OF THE YEAR Sept. 22-Football, Hanover Sept. 28-Football, Etna October ll-Senior pictures October 12-Football, Homer October 19-Football, Alex. October 26-School carnival Nov . 2-Football, Kirk. Nov. 12-Square dance Nov. 21-Football banquet Nov. 28-Basketball-Hopewell Dec. 8-Basketball-Johnstown Dec. 19-Basketball-Pat. Dec. 21-Basketball-Summit Dec. 22-Christmas vacation Jan. 12-Basketball-Hebron Jan. -Basketball-Etna 19 Jan. 23-Basketball-Granvill 26 Jan. -Basketball-Utica Feb Feb . 2-Basketball-Kirk. . 5-Basketball-Alex. Feb. 9-Basketball-Hebron April 27-Spring Festival May 25-C mmencement SENIOR HIGHLIGHTS Louise Hoskinson ------ Junior Play l'44J. Helen Lane ----- Hebron square dance. Goldie Black--Senior trip to Columbus K'45J. Mary Anna Rina ---- First stu- dent Council Heating. Irene Pendleton--Junior Play Donna Kirk-Farmers Week '41 Keitha lack ---- Junior-Senior Banquet. Jo-Ann Murphy----Senlor trip to Colu bus. Dean Wise---Alex-Jacksontown Basketball game. K'45J. Junior Walters-Jecktown-Etna Football game K'4lJ. Lawrence Cummings ----- F.F.A. Heating f'44D. Harold Hubbard--First day at Jacksontown Q'42D. Benny Horton--Play practice. James lorrison--Last days.at Jacksontown. The writing and assembling of Jackeontown's Lickingana mat- erial was done by Harold Hubbard and Harold Shaw. All the typ- ing was done by Louise Hoskin- son. This page sponsored by McK1bben's Service Station SOPHOMORES Front row, left to right: Nell Irvin, Marguerite Fulk, Mar- jOPie Jones, Wanda Boring, Bertha Lee Brown, Jean Pendleton. Back row: James Sforza, Eldon Kreager, Harold Eagle, Mrs. J. Cunningham. This page sponsored by the Jacksontown Garage 54 JUNIORS Front row, left to right: Irene Rutledge Betty Deck, Esther Dodson, Ellen Gorley, Frances Morgan, Fran- ces Hendren, Josephine Thompson, Mrs. H. Se- bold. Back row: Johnny Ryan, Dean Thogmartin, Dick Beard, Harold Shaw, Bob Prince, Bob Vermil- ion, Carroll Larason. FRESHMEN Front row, left to right: Bette Pendleton Ann Irvin, Ruby Lane, Mabel Gutridge, June Mac Farland, Joan Wills, Delores Sforza. Second row: James Field, Dean F. Wince Jack Shaw, Bill Easton, Jack Londot, George H. Westlake. Bernard A. Freas, Mrs. Cunningham BAND Front row, left to rightg Ellen Gorley, Jack Clark, Wanda Bor- ing, Marjorie Jones, Bob Dial, Nell Irvin, larguerite Fulk, Joan Foucht,Irene Rutledge. Back row: Joan Wills, B111 Davis, Charles George, John Ryan, Dick Beard, Dean Wince,Jack Londot, Bob Prince, Clifford Col- v111e,Kenneth Seymour Miss Evans. This page sponsored by Stotler's Restaurant 55 VARSITY Front row, left to right: Junior Walters, Bob Prince, Dean Wise, Harold Hubbard, James Field. Beck rowg Dean D. Thogmartin, " manager, Lawrence Cummings,E1don Kreager, Mr. Sebold. RESERVES Front row, left to right: Harold Eagle, Jack Londot Benny Mor- ton, Dean Wince, John Ryan. Back rowg Dean D. Thogmartin, manager, Kenneth Seymour, James Sforza, Dick Beard, Mr. Sebold. I'4 .L l kr xl G ,Mk li . tw Wk :Wifi . x g f kmuv W Ry, 'lt X, I 'K 'ff' 01,1 "fini f X f S .. L o ' ,R Y gk ,S - w 5 .LA f--,gi I o 5 L Q Q2 f V L H if X' o ,M K V, S 2 l Mg, A f 4 2 -m',i1z , - A , ..., wi , ,, LVVAZV k 1, I L I Vkrkikg A ,E it - Ta K V RX q. Q. .. o X "-.. K 'U W W, s' V X f ' nf N-7' V' 'X' X Q6:i f 'c'if'! W ' 'f IH' kfpf ":'3o5"' xg 'Mir XX N' and s X ,dw V . , X 9' fn' wif 'FY ,.-ff,-ff' " X V V yr! ki-J '1 J . o K .J -il my Q Kg Q X 1 "" 'X Y ff ,L 7 'X Z K k u : fA,., Q 5546-is A V 5 'K A N f 'Q : K 'ek 'Sf X , ,. ,lk , lk: n. 'E if XQ 1 I f-ugh 'wwf' iqgr .0045 rgw wgife X 'Wo ,, gv"ft,'fS Q-maxi! x:"' mn' 'R ffmmykww A W,,.,..W.,K kykk V ..,,A .,' A m,, A ox ff. Q 1L' ' K f " L - K 5 mfs f was . nf' ,qfjx X +,.,5S i,d XX 1-ff, xx This page sponsored by tho Hebron Board of mucation 56 MW A -W ..,. -4 WEBER NOTES FROM HEBRON'S HI-TIM S The door was unlocked Sept. 5 to admit our 465 students. Being smilingly greeted by our most efficient faculty,1m settled down to another 180 days of school. Time and football games passed until we came to our homecoming game, Oct. 20. Miss Geraldine Frischen was elected queen and with her court, Miss Mary Ann Bounds and Miss Norma Lee Bauman, reigned over the game. Johnstown won, 18-6. Lt. lj.g.J James A. Wiggins, our former executive head, had leave at that time, and we were happy that he was able to attend. On Oct. 24, the Junior Class presented GALLOPING GHOSTS This play was a great success. Nov. 18 was the All-County dance at Kirkersville. Hebron was well represented. Capt. Donaldson of the R.A.F. iworld War IJ visited Jan. 16 and told the students of his exper- iences in France and Belgium. The County Student Council came to Hebron Jan. 22 for a din- ner and meeting. The Community Institute was held Feb. 7, 8, in our auditoriunu Our school presented the first afternoon program. Mrs. 0tisR1ggs directed the music for the insti- tute programs. Feb. 15 we took our vaudeville troop over to Granville for an exchange assembly program. Feb. 22 marked the end of bas- ketball for Hebron ln the year's season. Lady Luck disowned us just as we hit the tournament. Jacksontown won, 52-26. MUSIC Music has been prominent this year with agood turn-out for both vocal and instrumental groups. Through the year they have entertained at various school and community gatherings. The annual Spring Band Concert is an event of April 20. The fol- lowing Friday, Hebron is host to Licking County Schools for the Spring Festival. SPORTS Our football season wasn't as successful as it might have been. but we managed to win three games out of eight. Coach Earl Berry' who cameto us this year, has high hopes for his Trailblazers in the coming season. Those boys who made All-County are: Phil Clark, Herb Ingram, Dick Walters, and Karl Kneller. Clark, who has played varsity center for four consecutive years made All-State honorable mention. Basketball at Hebron fared well, considering that of the five boys who enlisted in the United States Coast Guard--Ingram, Clark, Baumann, Kneller, and Law- son--the first three were first string varsity men. When the smoke of the battle of basketball cleared, we had won 4, lost 10. We lost 5 county games by a total of 9 points! The Granville-Hebron game at Granville was one of the most thrilling basketball games played all season. Hebron was ahead 44- 45 until that last fatal second when G-ville swished in a long one and won, 45-44. Norma Lee Bauman, Doris Wise- man and Margy Roberts were our cheerleaders for both football and basketball this year and were most ably assisted by Sue Ann Holtsberry and Jackie Ybntz atthe tournament. SENIOR NEWS With six or our male popula- tion now in service, 1t's been a woman's world here at H.H.S. We are very proud of these boys and, like everyone else, miss them very Elche BUSY AS A BEAVER was presented by the Seniors, April 6,under the direction of Miss Hutzell. Baccalaureate was held on May 20 and May 21 was Senior Day. Dr. Robert Montgomery was our speaker at Commencement, May 25. This was the completion of our activities for and by our school. 'Good-bye, Mamma, we're offto Yokohama, say the Senior Boys. This page sponsored by Vendergr1ft's Restaurant 57 TUDENT 00333211 page sponsored by Fitch Brotherh Grocery 58 gmzmmmm-n mum m H. H,5q B H N D as :n -n.nrn::r'1:no f E H r U I R This page sponsored by The Hebron Furniture Co. 59 N. X SQRKU' A n . -4 'S B21 ?'rf'2'J ' Q , . -we an ' A ,ww ,Q fl' A .Q,g5z,5QQg1 1 1 fl ,wi- Q5 ,A Ag 3 R W -W xy KWWL ,.-k - , M :::.- ,fy .. w Wik- K Dear G. I. Joe, Surprise! You thought we had forgotten you, out there where you are, but we haven't. This is to let you know that we're still holding forth on top of the hill --Knowledge Heights. Needless to say, we miss you and wish you were here at U.H.S. to take part in the school affairs that you enjoyed. Since you have been gone so long, it might be well to enu- merate a few of the things that we have been doing this year. We started off with the usual bang, Sept. 5 and looked over the teachers. We have some new ones, you know, Mr. L.P. Weiser who has been in the county a long time, Mrs. Leroy Wilson who also has lived in the county a consider- able length of time, and Irs. Wendell Jones who taught here during 1942-45. The others, you will remember very well, Miss Hankinson, Mrs. Merchant Sackett, and Miss Anna Thompson. Too bad you missed the fresh- men party, Sept. 15. Of course, they got the works just as you did when you were a green fresh- man. The weiner roast was fol- lowed by outdoor games and songs. Our student council is still functioning, and it has been re- sponsible for many projects, one being the assembly programs which kept us all looking forward to Friday, when home-rooms got a chance to display their hidden talents. When the call for milk-weed pods sounded through the county, we responded, We gathered ninety sacks which started the ball rol- ling through the county. The Seniors took October 12 to have their pictures taken at Baker's. They spent all that day in Columbus. Halloween night found all the high school marching through the auditorium displaying their nas- -,querade costumes, Bob Weekley won our local Prince of Peace contest, About this time, Miss Thomp- son left via the matrimonial road and Hrs. Robert Zwayer came from St, Louis to fill the vacancy. You would have enjoyed our Senior Dance, Nov. 17, and also the assembly program presented by Utica, Dec. 8 as part of the ex- change assembly plan, Yes,we had our annual Christ- mas party and gift exchange Dec. 22. Then we dismissed school for vacation which was lengthened by the drifted roads, They say, 'All good things must end'g we returned to find semester exams staring us in the face. We stared right back-- 'lission accomplished.' I suppose Valent1ne's Day was just another day to you there, but here, it was quite an affair, with a party in the afternoon. As our part of the exchange assembly program, we went to To- boso with our program, That eve- ning the juniors sponsored a dance. Going back to the old custom of box soclals, the seniors spon- sored one, laroh 2, which ended with dancing in the auditorium, With spring, came the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. The Seniors presented their play the last of larch. You would have roared with laughter if you could have seen their pre- sentation of 'Tho Calamity K1ds.' Baccalaureate was on lay 15, and Dr. Gee of Granville was the speaker for the evening. Commencement exercises were held, Hay 17 when Dr. King from Denison University presented the address. All in all, we have studied some, and played much this year, and have accomplished the usual amount. However, dear Joe, our hearts are not altogether with our school work, but with you boys out there. lay you return quickly and victoriously. All our love, Union School HONOR SOCIETY Ben Lees Lois James LICKINGANA STAFF Ben Lees Alex Wilson COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBERS Robert Weekley Lois James UNISONIAN STAFF First Row--V.Young, L.Sco1es, E.Lees, V.Car1y1e, D. ca:-1y1e. Second Roi-R.Week1ey, R.Saunders, B.Lees, D.James, J.Ph1111ps, A.Wi1son. Faculty Advisors-Mrs. Sackett, and Mrs. Wilson 42 A STUDY HALL? FRESHMEN AND SOPHMORES JUNIORS GIRLS VOLLE! BALL MILK WEEDS HOME EC. CLASS 45 3 i 9 3 X E S x Q 4 . 4 . W VMMFWWMM V- W 4 -- 44 SENIOR CLASS President: Wayne Tresemer Vice-President: Norma Lee Swartz Sec.-Treas.: Lila Oyler Flower: American Beauty Rose Motto: 'While we breathe,we hope' Something new has been added to the 70075311 sports department at Kirk. We not only have a new football team, but a new coach. Mr. Welch has tackled the Job of organizing a football team and a good job he has done. We won two out of six games. Every sports fan is proud of Eugene Zahrndt who is All-County Center. ,nllx Kirk was the sur- prise team of the V season.We won but two games in the league. In the tournament we and Johnstown, lost to Granville but won over Jackson- town to be the winner of the Con- solation. Charlie Love, our high point man, with the swell team and responsible for place and going beat Summit cooperation of a our new coach is our getting third to Westerville. The Junior Class presented a rollickr ing new comedy in three acts. 'The Im- portance of Being given in November direction of Hugh D. Young " was under the Smith. The Senior Play was given in March under the direction of Mrs. Geiger. The play was 'My American W What do we have new at K1rk???? A Cafeteria!!! As soon as you step into the school, the most won- derful aromas greet you. All credit is placed on 'Ma' Swartm who really dishes out the vita- mins. If you don't believe this, just take a look at us Kirk-ites. Beauty' . Sponsored by C. N. Keller 45 The praises from 6 Kirk High go to Mary 'I Lee Bauman, Junior, for getting first in the districtmd sixth in the State in Spanish I Dis- trict-State 1944 Scholarship Test Although we were late in getting a music teacher we are progressing very welL Mrs. Meckllng has or- ganized a girls and a boys glee club. She also has organized an orchestra of which one of our boys, Jim Bascom, gets to play in the All-County Band. We produced an operetta in the Spring. f 9- Kirk felt honor- ed by havlng the All- County Football Dance It was the eleventh of November and was a success. Refreshments were sold by the County Student Council. There WHS 8 b 5 crowd and we all had a very enjoyable time. A Valentine Dance was given in Kirk Auditorium, February 13th, sponsored by the P.T.A. It we lots of fun. E Kirk is proud of having more members on the Honor Society than ever before. The last year member is Swartz, Senior, also This geargs Senior and t e uniors a MaryTgee Bauman and Sophie Sniden is year's County Student Council members areg Senior-Norma Lqe Swartz and Junior-Mary Lee Bauman. Norma Lee Treasurer. Lila Oyler Kirk High will be sorry to lose some of their Junior and Sen- ior boys who will leave to enter the Armed Services. Our respects go to the former graduates of Kirk Who are already serving our coun- try in the fight for the four freedoms. , ,f...'iff"t"" 'iv -- anim Q W' . si uma L"-1 .. il NK in-gf 1 f 1- , . M , , H W" 43? . li pu 5. UB' N gf 'W' -...W 14 511 M . f K .L 1 , 52: 3 ug, F Nw I , S131 ' 5 Atl-Counh3'Cenil.r ..sQuAb C he.n..v lmyflmrg Vhscof Homer Sade.-1: i K 2 3 , Fitz-.. gr K K ,W N f' 2.-'Ill Q!! N mi. Sw-SQA'-l'.'L PMS 255. f - -jlhm in f-:i I 'Shias is at i Y .L,. ,N :5"agi':i-g3:.?:,Q,L...- A 1 ' 1 K "haw SQ.n'aov- Tv- no W W. N.-W ,Wm , sg, NEKBE? 7 , 'M .jj 'Ugg ,211 M- -T , w",..., 5, ,,,,.,.. ...Wil ,F , , vi ..,. vw- u 7' vs ' 525'-2 Qounr-4 Cvund ,W ,LM A Sym .Mk Q 'W-,if si f5 fi::, .5.4,,.g57,71.. .4 fa...Q,4,.'f f " wk k' 1 i 1 3? ' L'-+f3f'f..: 'r 1, . f ,. .mgyguiegg Q , y . wmv V S ' .. ff xnxx x X . A J un Row- C1 iY'fS 4 , Rama -sf Tghnrvg L'31Qf'Q.YS IWW MAS Qnke-Qayx Sponsored be Kumi. Stu' RQ-S't5N'5"'t 46 1 JUNIOR CLASS left to right Row l Betty Ann Hughes,Sophie Snider, Eleanora Welsh, Betty Smith, Irene Dixon Row 2 Mr. Welch, Norma Thorpe, Ann Zollinger, Mary Lee Bauman Jo Ann McCormick, Harvey Sager Row 3 Gene Lyons,Bob Heimberg- er, Gene Zahrndt, Stubby Love, Dick Bruckman, Bob Kelleq Dick McKinley FRESHMAN CLASS left to right Row 1 Lula Ann Cramer, Evelyx Quinan, Patty Magley, Imogene Stewart, Joan Healey, Ruth Ora- hood Row 2 Tom Harper, Earl Cryder, Jim Bascom, Dale Clark, Oscar Aacoff Sponsored by Outvillo Hay k Grain BASKETBALL TEAM left to right Row 1 Bob Keller,Dick Bruckman Charles Love, karl Thomas,Harv- ey Sager How 2 Mr. Welch, John Welsh, Sam Hite,Stubby Love, Don Bud- nick, Tom Harper, Jean Christ- ofer SOPHOMORE CLASS left to right Row l Thelma Williams, Betty Keller, Jeanne Moore, Janice Wharton, Jeanne Liendecker, Mary Lou Syfers Row 2 Ivan Huber, B111 Keyae, Joe Robinson, Mary Jean Swartz, Betty Cohee, Helen Rardon Row 5 John Welsh, Samuel Hite, Richard Reelhorn, Philip Drumn, Earl Thomas, Jean Christofer Pauline Kx-eager Pao. Thelma Canadny Fae. Q rf .:. v vit v V1 . , v. :Q W ff' A' i -N, Sr' 1, rr 5 SX ily we 'Pt L .-3? Ralph Factor Face Kenton Adam Pao. Lillian Raab Pao. Margaret Sanford See. J ana Appl enuan Donna Eduard: Robert Johnson Donna Barnhill Charalene Evans Robert Koon JOHNSTU HIC- SCHUUL Robert Pol ing Pres Shirley Benedict Shirley Foster Shirlu Longwell Rolla D- lobster Supt. Janet Soovell V-Pres. , , I S larjorle Butt Paul Cleveland Betty Fox Rosalyn Geiger Gloria Parson: Lee Fora Fhalen Karl Shaw Henry Simon Orin Suver James Swiok This Page Sponsored By POLI1lG'S FOOD MARKET 48 lhrjorie Van 1-'os sen Charlotte Snoote Fan. lillii Adllll Prius larion Strider Treas. : Mary Louise Cook ',.. A . D 2 X, Janet Glynn llary Lou Rhode: Balm B11 Pae- WQ av: D rm, - -.ww QAM .. wk. 55'55+s ...:. , -' ' Peter lallntte Fa: Virglnis Jonea Fa: E z 2 Dorthy Dixon larhn Good Robert Rinksr lnrjorie Williams September 1 Twenty-three boys turned out to meet their new coach Kenton Adams. S Johnny Hi band played at Hartford Fair. 19 Johnstown's Hi-Y Club started the milkweed drive off with a bang. 26 Assembly: speaker was Mr. W. T. Zon. 27 Seniors journeyed to Wes- terville to have class pic- tures taken. 28 Election of Class Oiicers October 1 Induction of new Hi-Y members held in highschool 6 Classes preparing for state inspector. 13 State Inspector was at Johnny-H1 most of the day 24 Senior Class gave a party for the entire High School 27 Central Ohio Teachers meeting held at Columbus. 30 The Town and Country Club gave a banquet in honor of the football boys and band November 3 Johnstown defeated Croton in the annual Homecomming game. 11 Student Council gave a county dance at Kirkersdlle 19 State inspector visited, Johnny-H1's building today 20 Annual Staff was selected today. 22 Girl Reserve held a pot- luck supper at the school. 27 First Lickingannaneeting held at County Office. 29 Junior Class presented their class play 'The Ready Made Family'. 30 Girl Reservemeeting today December U H1-Y Club went to Newark Y. M. C. A. for a swim 6 Sales closed for Licking- anna today also Johnny Hi really went out for the sixth war loan drive. 0 -I I . x 'ir ali, f December 8 Seniors received thdr pic- tures from Westerville, also received report from state inspector that we are a nrst class school. 19 Despite the bad weather'he Junior class held theiran- nual Junior Prom. January S Returned to school a week late due to snow storms. 10 First H1-Y meeting of the year. 15 P. T. A. meeting held this evening. 19 Semester Tests were given. 22 Senior class in Government divided inot Ohio History and Sociology. 23 The High School Operetta Sunbonnet Girln was held this evening. 25 Charles DeHarrack gave a wonderful piano recital. 29 Student Council Meeting held at Pataskala. School was postponed due to the continuing bad weather. The Parent Teachers Association made plans for an auction in the February meeting. February 12 Student Council met at Hebron. lk H1-Y and Girl Reserve gave a High School party. 20 Johnny Hi defeated Hanover in tournament. March 21 Iniation for the County Honor Society. April 6 Senior Class gave their annual class play. 13 County Music Festival held at Hebron. May 13 Junior-Senior Banquet. 20 Baccalaureate Serviceswere held at the High School. 23 Commencement Exercises were held at the High School. 2U Another year completed. This page sponsored by Lloyd's Drug Store .W ,I GIRL RESERVE GIRLS ENSEMBLE ANNUAL STAFF THIS PAGE SPONSCRED BY TOWN AND COUNTRY SERVICE C1 FOOTBALL TEAM NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY ARMSTRONG BOYS HI-Y an any wwfww fn . - ilfififk M M i 4: X, Ei N R X Y wx w w, meg: . . -fr - . '- Keg: sa M-mv -L 1.-4'-A lsr, Jgllflw A ,t Ti Q 3 lik . -'7 'E -95' f.Z 261 QQ., . ,-mssyglg :Q " - :wi gf ' . . 7i 4 W f ,ak K G 23, -.:':?':'.,' qi- .,-EI ':'. , X ,. H ff1?ifi?if1fvaiF?:z1:f1fi ,Lua L na .x as mf-ew r if .'f:g-1- ': " We ill is, fr! ' 15-F , a if 2 n E K 1 4 S , 1, N, ,,,, uf K , as 2? sw J W1 Q S9 ki sf an on want 1-wk MRAHIUANT aaa an ls Lawanu far was wma 4-can ff-1 My 'as Q, ard: si M : ' K , .L .:.. ,, 5. aww xgfnw my 1-my Q Au.-xv af. Q i ? tsl m in g J ,Si fs' W in S M , ua., wma fa, mamma. fuse . .,:, max mximw vmwhf 'Q w K N , Q xg + 4 5:33 . , X: 1 EP ki' if nwwlm f..:-wwf-sci gy? 'wi J nan Q , Sgt ? . .. ai? iii Summa Mum ' ,K 7 . ,gg A ' 6 fr , . i Z- N,,...m ..,.,..M.M .d...,1,. ... ,M,..W., w.w.h nihf .W . .,.. M- - .wi 1:0 . ffm ws 5 - nv - f ' fam, wx , f 1 4 7559 ., Q2-fs' fd K f ' , -H, - ' 'V 1 - www aww-was wana: an Q' vm ne Liu,-Mn xf f' f nw Q 4? W 5 , fi :,,E i Q, Va 5 mums mm-.-an This page sponsored by Utica Savings Bank 52 , z 1 sw. 'P ' ' , , 55 MMR.. Mun ' -f. ' 5253255 VFW' n L nw- A ::-F' -g.,.,: ,M --Umm nw.. mm., K ' " ii 5 fi .. y waafuA W-uw mncaa vwmm, UTWA HMBH SPORTS For the fifth straight year Utica High School has produced a crack basketball team. Over a period of four years our team set a new state record of fifty- nine consecutive victories in a county league. We are also proud of the record our team made this year. They lost but one game and won twelve in the regular season. Although we are losing Hickman, McMillan, and Curtis by gradua- tion, we are looking forward to another good basketball squad next year. Don Barrick, left end on the redskin football team, brought honor to Utica this year by being the first freshman ever elected to the first string, All County football team. ORGANIZATIONS Two of the busiest groups in our high school are the Builder staff and the student council. Our effecient student coun- cil is made up of represent- atives from each class and each organization in the high school who work together to promote the welfare of the school. This year's Builder staff is working hard to prepare an annu- al that the whole school will enjoy both now and in the years to come. With 'The Gay Ninetied for the theme, the Builder will be amusing and interesting. OUTSTANDING PLAY On the night of December first the junior class sponsored one of the best plays the U.H.S. has seen for many-a-year. stage Before a fully packed auditorium they three presented a hilarious act comedy, nGalloping Ghosts.n The play was directed by the junior home room teacher, Mrs. Tulloss. MUSIC The music department bloomed this year under the capable di- rection of Miss Floy Greenwood. In addition to the regular groups, the boys and girls glee clubs, the band, and the mixed chorus, there were organized a boys quartet and a girls triple trio. Miss Greenwood also spon- sored noon dancing and dancing lessons twice a week which were very successful. HATS OFF! T0 THE CHEERLEADERS Seven cheerleaders, two for the reserve team and five for the varsity, led Ut1ca's cheer- section for the past year. ing The girls, under the direction of Miss Melick, introduced many new and different yells and improved the old ones. For their faithful service and excellent team work in lead- ing many successful pep meetings we say, 'Three cheers for our cheerleaders.' This page is sponsored by the Licking Rural Electricfication 5:5 X cv ,, CP? fx, Leda Qisfq fu S : Z" QQ.-,fi,xp7 Tiff 1 Rf sax! 1 ff Y 0 U Fw f f-1-X -ff ' Ni Q S51 Q53 as V -'25 ox! lvl UP is Cs, Q if ,539 Je, 'f'Q yu v-5 cy' . 'I 17' U X f ' o a 5: 99 ' "" Q "' 4. lv bu W It I " X ,4 it ' ag Q C-D 53 fi .P ev gi 1 Q 'qff'-3 KN.: ix ' GL! s ' 41: t Gig This page sponsored by Ritchey 55 U. H. S. Cheerleaders Football Team Basketball Team I EW MWEMU HELEN BETZ Honor Society County Chorus Vice Pres. Cleo Club G. A. A. JUNE CAIN Glee Club Junior Play G. A. A. CHARLES DUNLOP Football Vice Pres. 4 County Band Junior Play Orchestra FRANK FORD Basketball Football Glee Club G0 Ao Ag MARILYN GIERHART Cheerleader Band Chorus F. A. A. Junior Play M LSON MATHEW Band F. F. A. EBMA MAUGER Glee Club Cheerleader G. A. A. County Chorus Orchestra MARY MINSHALL Glee Club G. A. A. DOROTHY MYERS Glee Club G. A. A. County Chorus MILDHED MYERS Glee Club Go Ao Ao JANICE NICODE Glee Club Go Al Al DAVID PALM R County Band Junior Play Football Basketball County Chorus MUS This page sponsored by Harrison's Restaurant, Etna, Ohio BETTY PARKINSON Glee Club Senior Play GI AI Ao RUTH RYAN Glee Club Go Au Al TOM RIFFLE Football Basketball Baseball F10 Fl Ao Softball ERNA ROBERTS Glee Club Junior Play G. A. A. Class Pres.l Class Treas.5 DOROTHY SNIDER Glee Club County Band County Chorus Lickingana Staff Cheerleader BETTY TAM Glee Club Ge Ae Ao Junior Play Honor Society County Chorus RICHARD WHITE Basketball Football Band Class Pres. 4 Student Concel MARJORIE WILLIAMS Band Orchestra Junior Play All-County Chorus G. A. A. Glee Guub The Coronation This page sponsored by Dr. E. V. Runkle, Etna, Ohio Mary Mary M. E. Rowley Analee Zelpha Knowlton Alexander Supt, Rowley Triplett Junior Sophmore Freshman Cheerleaders Football Squad Varsity Basketball This page sponsored by Wh1te's Garage, Etna, Ohio 58 It was just four years ago that the Senior Class made its debut in the halls of Etna High School, and assumen the general label of Freshmen. It was than that timid souls crept quietly among the formidable upperclassmen, and were frowned upon by the most adult Soph- mores. In spite of being just mere Freshmen, This class had definite ideas in mind and certain goals to attain. They planned to do great things and to be known as the memorable class of 1945 to all those who browsed through the historic annals of the school. From a year of combat with Latin verbs, scientific experi- ments, and general scholastic calisthenics, these energetic Freshmen became sassy Sophmores and then people began to take notice of such an ambitious group e By the time three more pages had been torn off the calendar, the class assumed a dignified poise that only a Junior can acquire. It was this year that the class con- centrated on the mystery-comedy Hob-Goblin House which was ably directed Sy f5Is I. Robinson. For the future of this Senior Class, who graduates in a world of conflict, much m st be faced ln the future. Their general appearance which seems to signify success in high school will follow them through life. To the class of '45', a salute is offered. 1945 proved a red letter year for athletics. The Etna Eagles rated second place in the County Six-Man Football League. In spite of apparent shortage of height and weight the team pushed forward with the determination to give of their best and to promote the best of sportsmanship. They won all but one of their games. No one will soon for- get the names of Norman Carrington, Dick White, Jim Sands, Charles Dunlop, Tom Rlffle, and Frank Ford.Norman Carrington was chosen All- County Quarterback, and Jim Sands All-County End, Second Team. A new course of study in Physical Education,cons1sting of indoor and outdoor intra- murals has been lnaugurat-ed this year. The Program con- sists of Basketball, Volley- ball, Softball, and indoor and outdoor track events. An exceedingly keen competition has been aroused. The highlight of the year in social functions was the crowning of the Carnival King and Queen, David Palmer and Betty Parkinson. The Juniors had a new high in entertainment with the presentation of their annual Variety Show. This in clused talent selected from the entire student body. This page sponsored by Bartlett R Son Garage, Wagran, Ohio II-SIIQAINIIII ILIIIE in Wm--1r1o1ENJr1r1F'Jm:A'1r1 GDN ---- I eveLYN LAME: JEAN manga GRACE BQADFOQD MAQGAQET CQAMEQ ALICE COVELL DONALD I2II-'PLE MARY L. BQEYMAIEQ LOWELL JOHNSON IZOBEQT SMITH BILL ULLMAN IZUTH TAVENEI1 ICATI-IIZYN DANIELS FRANCES SUTTON JUANTIIA WELSH JEAN VANCLEAVE KATI-IQYN QAUCH DAVID INNIS LELAND WILLIAMS TOM FQEAS GENE WOOI-ARD MAUIZICE MAJOI2 MQICEE OWENS PUSSELL DQOWN ISADELLE -I-IITT 60 NIIZA FOWLS DONALD REEL JOHN EULLED. CAQL HENDQICKS TOM PJQOOICBANK DONALD KING ROGER MSPI-IEIZSON LELAND GOQDON PAUL JOSIF ROBERT SEALL VICTOI2 EICICMAN JOHN WATICINS IG I-II S Q '1 W 5 4 P' I-' I-J 0 CY' O P F' D-' Hello from you service men..... We hope that the Lickingana can give you a briefing of the county happen- 1ngs..... Here at Granville we have had a good year despite the loss of a few of our Senior boys to the services--Erwin Mahood and Edwin McDermott, who were induc- ted before school convened, Jim Kessler, outstanding back on our football team, left late in Octo- ber, Harold Sunkle, our quarter- back, was with us until February. ... Speaking of football, we should note that we completed an undefeated season of nine games.. ... The day of our annual Home- coming, with its parade and game, was gloomy, but our homecoming queen, Ruth Tavener in white, Jean Van Cleave in blue, Mary Lou Breymaier in red, put three bright spots in the gloom..... We climaxed the day with a victory over Utica..... Wish you could have been with us..... For our undefeated roster of games Tom Freas carried on as captain..... Jim Ressler, Dick Cherry and Harold Morrow received honors as all-county first team members, with Tom Freas, Frank Bowman, Bob Robertson and Bus Sunkle on the second team..... Sunkle, by team election, was chosen our most valuable player..... After foot- ball, while we awaited basketball the Junior class presented nDon't Keep Him Waiting'..... Mary Lou Ressler, David Everhart and Don- ald Young took our vote for supporting cast..... Then basket- ball assumed the spotlight in school act1vities..... Ullman, captain and high point man for the season, led the mighty five-- Ullman, Freas, Robertson, Hannahs and Piper--to the county champi- onship, as Granville edged out Utica in the County Tournament... .. They won fifteen out of seven- teen scheduled games..... The Re- 61 serves came thru as county champs with one defeat in the county league games..... We won the Minute Man Flag for the purchase of one ten cent defense stamp by at least ninety per cent of the student body..... The Girl Re- serves sell stamps each Tuesdavso that we can keep our flag flying from month to month..... By ln- dustriously distributing popcorn and hotdogs at the games the G.R. Club, with Alice Covell as presi- dent, has coined the cash..... They furnished the funds for a new trophy case..... It attracts attention in our second floor hal1..... Hi-Y presented enter- tainment during the half-time of several basketball games..... They also published some game programs at the insistence of President McPherson..... Journal- ism class, under direction of the editor, Gintsy Rodes, sent seven- ty-five copies of the Service Man's edition of Blue k White overseas..... Grace Ann Bradford and her annual staff dedicated the annual to you service men this year..... Nice tribute, don't you think?..... The new idea of exchange assemblies by the county schools brought Hebron as our guest..... It was a super show..... We sent a delegation to Homer to entertain our northern ne1ghbors..... The faculty voted in the Honor Society members-- Dirck Brown, Lois Dixey, Gintsy Rodes, Bob Mcwilliams, Alice Covell, Tom Freas, Frances Sutton and Bill Ullman..... Freas is Student Council president and also County Council pres1dent.... A fine job he has done of it, too . .. .. The chorus performed for Denison, the Methodist church and Kiwanis.....Twelve of our singers made all-county chorus..... So much for a quick view of Gran- ville for the past few months.... Good Luck, and a speedy return to our Town! W Jwiwg , Sw' 1 'M W' 'N ,gh K-' if - H gg 5? f' S R 41- .wks Y K f f - W' WY! ,Q Q I nw 5 M s E Q M 'ag fi'-1' , fag fi ,A 'ly' L, 'Sv V 9 . ff " gf QS A, . V Q 'W W EL is 5 Q, .Ep -dv X Y X Q' il 3 asf- N N 1 K., ap, f' '-f.. 5 2-"Mfg ff---fb fx---'if i--'Ms Q-mv K ' 2 mi aiu-2:3 im ' - -- 5-Q. .. f f M f ' I I ' f , -' L' A A , Q ' . - - C1-4. aeswkucu MAQTIN PATTERSON esuws co le HANNUM e' -f , Q." 1 ,' is . . ' 7 X - x - S Qsssavss was PH LWPS Mm. mxom MGR. chez ,J K, Q 2 -5 WNDAYDUQG . fm STQIMPLE wh if f V " K sg Q STOUGI-I v-Lg- S . ..., Q X E , 1 F35-x F mai. b W isjj ii . X' scumlazzovr ADLES -x 5 . .A as -A - wg N Q. w ..-- Wggzk. -QW gm : .H YP' zf : ,:. 3-.. - "- " gg f:wgE 41, :, :-- an e X45 Q :fam NS: .,gkr+, 9 SE P dw Aww P f, -5 " ' w i kigiqfa Stsrgbw dl AES L. IMHZAIY Sa , This page sponsored by P. E. Grubb, Dekalb Hybrid Producer 64 ,Q ,, ,g 'L 35,0-,,, :"" Z " K Nw? 'I E 4 325? HH R TFORD In the year 1941 our senior class enrolled 15 freshmen. In- cluded are: Marjorie Smith, Dan- iel Farrel, Virginia Smith, B111 Wright,Esther Sm1th,Bruce Knowl- ton,Margaret Land,Haro1d Canaday RalphHinton,Edward White,Dorothy Saunders,W1l11am D1etzel,and Don Fown. During the year Wxgdna and Esther Smith left Hartford Usen- roll at Newark. Next Daniel Far- rel left tobe admitted to Zanes- ville High. At the beginning of the 2nd or Sophomore year, Harold Qumday and Ralph Hinton dropped back to the new freshman class. Bill Wr1ght,DorothySaunders, Margaret Land , and Marjorie Smith, Were dismissed to enroll at new stations. Bill went to Johnstawn Margaret to Oklahoma,Dorothy to Sunbury,end Marjorie to Columbm. Lloyd Jones and Dean Kersh- ner Joined the class but Deanto depart at the end of the year. During the Junior year Rqyr Smith and Raymond Bean were pads up from passing classes but with Bruce Knowlton were called into the Navy.Lloyd Jones was ordered by the draft board to e1the1'lo k on the farm or Join the army. Bob Dietzel was happily re- ceived into the class their Sen- ior year. So, as our four faith- ful seniors graduate we wish for them happiness and success in the coming years. Senior Class History Edward White--nCoffee Cup Born--September 6,l927,attended Hartford six yearsgBasketba11--1, 2,3,4g Football--5,45C1ass Pres- ident--2,5gVice President--1, 42 Glee Club--2,5,4gF.F.A.--1,23Sec. 3,4g Junior Play--53 Senior Play- 4g Honor Society--3,4. Donald Fown --'Shortyn Born--December 29,l926g attend- ed Hartford twelve years3Baeket- ball--1,5,4g Football--1, 5, 4, Junior Play--33 Senior Play--43 Student Council--5,4g Glee Club-- 1,2,5,4g F.F.A.--1,2, Pres.--3,4g Class President--4. During Don's Sophomore year he was hurt very badly in an autum- bile accident. He has recovered, to the extent of being a Football All County Guard this year. Robert Dietzel--nBob' Born--March 25, 1925, attended Hartford six years, Basketball-- 2,5,4g Football--2,3,43EF.A.--1g Glee Club--2,5,4g All County Chr rus--45 Junior Play--53 Senior Play--4. Bob was inducted into the Unk ted States Army October 15,1943 He then was a member of thesen- lor Class of '44'. Bob returned home on March 25, 1944, with an honorable medical discharge. William Dietzel--NBi1lu Born--March 23, 1927gattended Hartford seven years: Football --3,43 Basketball--5,43 Glee Club--2,5,4gJun1or P1ay--5gSen- lor Play--4gF.F.A.--l,2, Sec.-- 5,4g Class Secretary--5,4. Those who Serve During the last school year, Hartford has added one bluesta' and two gold stars to the honor roll. On October tenth Pvt.Tom Wh1te,son of Mr. and Mrs.Fdward Wh1te,was killed in action in France.Tom graduated in the year 1941. On November l2,'44,Mr. and Mrs Lennie Needles were informedthat their son,Cpl. Fredrick Needles, was killed in a plane crash in Dyersburg, Tennessee.Freddy was forced to quit school in his sen- ior year to enter the army. He was awarded an honorary diploma. Elmer Cochran, a member of the Junior Class, entered the army-- a pr1vate,on November 21, 1944. Elmer is the son of Mr. and Mrs James Cochran. Pvt. Ralph Hinton, who entered the army March 6, 1944, suffered a severe abdominal wound whileon duty in Bastogne fighting area on January 12, 1945, and is now hospitalized. This page sponsored by the Groton Bank Co. Junior Class Play Standing L.toR. Joe Wells, Arthur Sexton , Marilyn Needles, Leland Needles, Sylvia Clayton, Marilyn Parks, Robert Bradford , Mrs. Debolt-director. Seated L.toR. Bill Clut- ter, Ruth Porschet, Vir- ginia Weaver, Norma Jean Higgins. High School lst.Row-L.toR. W. Bradford, V. Weave: R. Porschet, M. Needles, S. Claytol A. Appleman, E. Needles, J. Porsche1 C. Cook. 2nd. Row-G. Duncan, J. Oneal, R. Hul ter, D. Parks, J. Clayton, K. Currj N. Higgins, J. Moreland, M. Jones M. Parks, M. Rucker, N. J. Higgins 5rd. Row- L. Needles, D. Gilliland, E. White, D. Fown, B. Clutter, J Harris, Mrs. Meckling, Mrs. Hays Mrs, Smith, Mrs. Debolt, Mrs Dietze 4th. Row- Mr. Doran, J. Wells, Dy Gooch, W. Parks, A. Sexton, R.Brad- ford, H. Oneal, R. Peterman, D.Shoe- maker, W. Dietzel, W. Davidson, J Mitchel, B. Dietzel, J. Clem, D.Ash- brook, Mr. Woodruff. This page eponeored by the Groton Hardware 66 Band lst. Row- Mary Porschet, Richard Higgins , Homer White, Waneta Higgins , Eileen Spearman, Kathleen Curry, Jean Moreland, Mar- lene Cook, Patty Booher, Gilbert Duncan, Joan Weav- er. 2nd. Row- Raymand Edwards, Mary Rucker,Naom1 Higgins, Georgia Porschet, Clarice Cook, Marilyn Jones,0rtha Ann Grubb, Ruth Porschet, Marilyn Parks, Mrs, Meck- linge Srd. Row-John Oneal, Rich- ard Cox,Herbert Shoemaker, Roland Peterman,Joe Wells, Joan Porschet. El Fe AQ lst. row-l. to r. Mr. Lewis, Wendell Davidson, Edward White, Donald Fawn, Bill Clutter, William Dietzel, Jack Clem. 2nd. row- Roland Peterman, Doyle Gilliland, James Mit- chel, Arthur Sexton, David Gooch, Srd. row- Joe Butt, Warren Parks, David Ashbrook, Don- ald Parks. This page sponsored by Oharlee Perfect Football Team lst. row- 1. to r. Leland Needles, Edward White, Bob Dietzel, Donald Fown, Bill Dietzel, Don Shoemaker , Roland Peterman. 2nd, row- Jack Clayton, Joe Butt, James Mitchel, Wen- dell Davidson, Jack Clem, Gilbert Duncan, Mr. Doran Srd. row- Joe Wells, Bill Clutter, Joan Porsohet, Kathleen Curry, Naomi Hig- gins. Basketball Team lst. row- Donald Shoemaker' William Dietzel , Robert Dietzel, Donald Fown, Le- land Needles , Kathleen Currye 2nd. row- Wendell Davidson , James Mitchel , Edward White, Roland Peterman , David Ashbrook, Joan Por- schet. Srd. row- Mr. Doran, Jack Clayton, Joe Wells , Jack Clem , Joe Butt , Gilbert Duncan, Naomi Higgins. O 1 2 Pk :fp J -.J ' ' K.. QL 'J 5 , ., iflggg I . - ' j -at K ,.-' 'ff .-f" q"":u1v"M ,ff xv-f7' F!! ' ,,....,..N , A.. L X ' Sax k - ' "' 22, L i 31 , g,3ggg5v4g:y . .. . S N L. f u , K. . A km x L5 ji . 5 - 3 4. Q J! f w . : Q Mfg: 5 -' L 4' 4 . Q1 5 ? GK b 534 if N Q-I, 5+ f but mv' "'- CU' 'ft 95" .J !,,...--9. ,nr ...NN V, . 1 i f ,.. N.. 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The first activity ef the Council was a Magazine drive with a contest between the boys and the girls--the loser having te give a party for the winner. The girls won, and the boys gave the party which really turned out good. The best thing was that we netted over a hundred dollars from the drive. We might add that the council also had the honor of entertaining the County Student Council for their October meeting. The Senior the spotlight day of school bus to get our view the city. the event was class stepped into when we skipped a and went to Colum- plotures taken and The highlight of when all of us sat ln the Electric chair while vis- iting the Penitentiary. iNone of us were electrooutedl. The climax came when we all went to a show and returned back to good old Alex after a well spent day. Our football season this year proved to be better than that of Christmas last year. We won three games and lest three. We were honored to have one of our boys elected to the All- County slx-man is Bob Lauterbach. To celebrate the football team. He season, our P- T. A. sponsored an Operetta put on by the grade school children--'The Christmas Toys Wake Up'-Des. 15. The Seniors came to the top aln when we presented the play esest Foot Forward' Jan. ll. We are glad to announce that it was a big success. Our P. T. A. brought back old times when they held an o1d-fash- loned Box Social. That is one nlght we know everybody had a This page sponsored by Co1v1lle's good time The Junior Class made the headlines when they sponsored a public dance and invited all the schools of the county. They did a good Job and the dance was a success. Our basketball season this year was well worth whlle. The boys all worked hard and played well. We 'played lk games--won 6 and lost 8. We used a different plan for sending our boys to the tourna- ments this year. We sent the first five boys of the varsity and first five of the reserves. Our County Student Council members this year are Lillian igwell KSr.7 and Phylls Hoover r. Members of the Honor Society from Alex are: Srs. Dick Nichols, Lllllan Powell, Lorna Boehm, and Goldie Hits: Jrs. Joanne Hurl- burt and Mary Whitehead. Our Senior class has dimin- ished again when one of our boys Luke Wyckoff, showed the typical patriotism of the high school by enlisting in the Navy in Feb- ruary. Another one of our boys, Frand Koontz, has been drafted into the armed forces. We all wish them good luck along with the rest of you boys in the ser- vlce. In speaking about the boys in the service, we cannot forget Bob Hannahs who graduated from Alex and recently gave his life for his country while serving in France. Well boys, this is about all the news up to date. It is un- fortunate that we cannot tell you about the coming events fwhlch we are all looking forward to with enthusiasm! ln this letter. How ever we can tell you what they are.---The Junior Play--Mar. 16, Sports Banquet--Mar. 23, Freeh- man Party--Apr. 6, Carnival--Apr. 20, Music Concert--May ll, Jr.- Sr. Banquet--May 4, Commencement- Cordlally yours, Alex High -Kay 23. Grocery. assi! L G? i This page in sponsored by Ma1n's Food Shop, my C f wx, K1 S . x ' ag ponsorod by 0onk'l ' 1 lk tual!!! lla 'S Spo o d by Wil o s H rdware, Pataskala, O. 72 gVQ1lul11UlH?'i?' PATASKALA, OH IO cfpgnle, 1945 QJLQZTW! Yxxkffmzggfmfmw 1 ' ,off-solfff ' 71: :"""c"Z 'ZZ"7'Vg L J ,"MW4,,,,,,,,,,,L,,,., ff5w3,,7iZ.,,P M 4fW2mWMWx7WM..,1,?M9t?' ' ' -- 064440 . Mau fjfiilda po,-4-nw L40 ' Iwvmwnzdmw d47, AnnQ ' - 54 X4vf'b4fr1J.? W A H7-Q, Zfwffffff A'5,",ZyLMWMWWf hef..4Z,o-4a-f ,azfeA.oZ.u,-Jvanvetain-v-4, ,540 , J fd v,ZaZ0'J-440' asia fwmfmm ,LZ3 ZZi'4, W14fQf3W MWVW WWW JWM area by neuws Coffee sn e, Pataskala, o. Sponsored by Joyce's Drone and Gift 311013, PMB-lkB19-1 0- 74 Winners Second place in County--1944 Basketball Team 1944-45 Pataska1a's 43-piece Band Q L A Junior Class Sopho- more Class Freshman Class Sponsored by Strn1t'l Food Market, Pataskela, Ohio 75 Swing Band This page is sponsored by Ohio Fuel of Homer 76 EGITIEI2 ' 4 The Seniors hereby do wish a biography written concerning their last year at Homer Hi. Officers were nominated and elected at the beginning of the year: President, John Parksg Vice President, Wilma Melickg and Secretary-Treasurer, Kenneth Saunders. As is the usual custom, the students carried on the magazine contest. A prize was given for the high-pressure salesman. Later in the year a party was given by the losers in honor of the winners of the contest. The community was entertained with the annual Carnival, held on October 27, 1944. The entire school participated, from the first grade through the twelfth. Its patrons were responsive, mak- ing this our most successful Carnival to date. Good Fortune smiled on us at the presentation of the Christmas program at the December P.T.A. Again the whole school took part. We sang varied carols and had fun rehearsing. One week of Christmas was our allotment, but it was extended into the middle of January. With the aid of 'The Big Snow,' we literally coasted through three months of school. Friday, February 16, 1945, the members of the County Chorus, Honor Soc1ety,. and Council jour- neyed to Newark to have pictures taken for the Lickingana. iPor further proof see the County sec- tion of this ed1t1on.J The Commercial Law class gave a debate before the Assembly. It was the first to be given in sev- eral years and was quite inter- eating. This year the Seniors shared their classes with the Juniors. They carried this through into the Senior play, nM1ss Adven- ture.' A good time and some hard work was had by all during the rehearsals. The professional touch was evident in all charac- terizations. Junior-Senior banquets are wonderful things! Ours was held at the Seneca Hotel in Columbus. All the teachers were invited. Of course we let them bring their husbands along--transportation, you know. A theater party closed the festivities at which the Jun- iors were gracious and genial hosts. Baccalaureate was beautifully presented at the Presbyterian church, on the evening of May thirteenth. Commencement was held the evening of May seventeenth at the school auditorium which was deco- rated in the class colors, ma- roon and white. At this, their final 'appearance, the. graduates wore the class emblem--the white rose. The ambition of the class was expressed in its motto: 'Seek and ye shall f1nd.' Thus ends the biography of the Class of Nineteen Forty Five at Homer H1. As its members advance on the individual Journey of Life, may each one find the Road to Success and be accompanied by Lady Luck --all the way. --Lois wagner,'46 This page is sponsored by Kenney Garage of Homer 5 INF' JUNIORS SOPHOIIIOHES FRESHMEN This page ia sponsored by llcPeek Grocery of Homer 78 5 mm HJ JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SQUAD STUDENT COUNCIL This page is sponsored by Yoakam Grocery of Homer 79 O X 5 X , x X H Z 5 an I IIS1flRll4Uf W X KXk f 7"'A X XQAvXx q!A206Zy Qx J iy CQ N fn 2 ui? M f ' ii S ' 2 Q f D 1 l 4 2 4'Nqz , dlfxfl-'1ElHl x wx: 5 UTICA First row Kleft to rightj - John Troyer, Dick Davis, Wayne Curtis, Dale Hickman, B111 McMi11en and David Troyer. Second row Kleft to rightl-Coach Lawrence Yarman Dick Bell, Jules Bernard, Dick Preston, Mark Spray, B111 Herschline, Calvin Frye, and Manager Wilbur Farley. A1 fxvffxaa , ao ANL fx f Nr Xl u K . ff: AVI' -Nw fi 4 if V .1 1 2 V wfia 'V 'S fs' -1" ' W' -V 4 ri 5 .f 0 . 'H V - ' ' ' K' A ' L If. ' ,,,..L.4A ,. 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