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Our' Studio - ----- - The School
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UTICA HIGH SCHOOL
Best "takes" of the year are produced in this spacious "Studio" of ours. Attractive
and well kept on the outsideg well-equipped, smoothly managed, and comfortable
inside, we are proud of OUR UTK STUDIO.
SUBJECTS OFFERED 1 94 5 -1946
Algebra I, II
Ennglish I, II
South American I-Iistory
Latin I, II
Spanish I, II
Typewriting I, II
Shorthand I, II
Home Economics I, II, Ill, IV
Vocational Agriculture I, II, III, IV
Industrial Arts I, II, III, IV
Boys' Glee Club
Girls' Glee Club
Academy Award - Dedication
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LAWRENCE E. YARMAN I Q l
Ashland college-B. s. may , K ' X
Ohio State U., M. S. f
Natural and Pbyrical Seieacef
Utica High Schoo1's "Oscar" of the year goes to our esteemed Principal and Coach,
Lawrence E. Yarman. A producer of champions, "Bus" has focused the spotlight of
Athletics on Utica the past few years. His ideals of clean sportsmanship, his sympa-
thetic humor, and congenial spirit has won the admiration of students and townspeople,
and the respect of his contemporaries. The 1946 Builder Staff takes great pleasure in
dedicating this book to Mr. Yarman.
Parade of Events - -
17-Birch Magician Show
21-First football game, Utica vs. Loudonville
Z5-F. F. A. and F. H. A. skating party and Wiener
26-Magazine campaign started
27-Agriculture students went to Knox County Fair
28-Home Ec. girls went to Knox County Fair
28-Football game, Utica vs. Bellville
2-Student Council Initiation chapel
4-Chapel, concert pianist
5-Homecoming game, Utica vs. Pataskala, Foot-
ball Queen crowned
10-End of magazine campaign
12-Football game, Utica vs. Hartford
17--Chapel, School camp
19-Football game, Utica vs. Johnstown
24-Builder Movie, "Code, of the Redman"
26-Football game, Utica vs. Granville
31-Senior pictures taken
l-Builder pictures taken
2-Football game, Utica vs. Hebron--County
12-Armistice Day chapel
21-Thanksgiving Day chapel, school closed
3-School reopened again
7-Basketball game cancelled due to flu epidemic
7-School closed indefinitely
21--Xmas chapel-Gift Exchange, School closed
21-Basketball game, Utica vs. Granville
4-Basketball game, Utica vs. Johnstown
ll-Junior play, "Headed for Edenl'
14-Lloyd Hickman, negro baritone, entertained for
15-Basketball game, Utica vs. Jacksontown
16-Lickingana sales began
lfl-Basketball game, Utica vs. Summit
2.2-Basketball game, Utica vs. Alexandria
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25-Basketball game, Utica vs. Etna
29-Basketball game, Utica vs. Alexandria
30-Basketball game, Utica vs. Johnstown
51-History classes took a trip to Columbus
l-Basketball game, Utica vs. Pataskala
5-Vocational students took trip to Columbus
5-Basketball game, Utica vs. Jacksontown
6-Honor Society initiation held at Johnstown
8-Basketball game, Utica vs. Granville
ll-County Student Council Banquet at Utica
12-Tournament edition of Lickingana given out
13-Chapel, Lincoln's Birthday, third grade
14-Tournament basketball game, Utica vs. Johns-
15-Valentine prom, sponsored by Student Council
19-Tournament basketball game, Utica vs. Hebron
20-Chapel Junior Class
20-Senior play tryouts
21-Tournament basketball game, Utica vs. Han-
23-Tournament basketball game, Utica vs. Gran-
6-Jacksontown Exchange chapel
22-Grade School Operetta
27-National Zoological Chapel
3-Chapel, round table discussion-Mr. Law
5-Builder play--"Come Out of the Kitchen"
17--Easter chapel given by Speech class
24-F. F. A. and F. H. A. party
26-Spring Festival at Hebron
8-Chapel, Debate, Mr. Boyd
16-17--Senior play, "A Voice in the Dark"
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Tlae Producers ---- Board of Education
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Sealed flefz to rigbtj-Mrs. Virginia Robinson, Harold Grissom, Jay Burkholder.
Standing Ueft zo riglalj-Joseph Torrens, Richard McCann, Leonard Ball, Leslie Hampshire.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
The producers of this yearls cinema were Archie Hampshire, President, R. I.
McCann, Vice-President, Joe Torrens, Jay Burkholder, Ralph Grissom, and Mrs. Vir-
ginia Robinson, who served capably as secretary.
Although there were many difficulties to overcome before production could be
started, they succeeded in enlisting the services of an efficient corps of teachers.
Struggling vifith the growing financial burden, ever alert to the changing needs
for an adequate educational program-for the boys and girls of the Utica-Washington
School district, these men loyally and faithfully serve their community, their recom-
pense being the satisfaction of producing the best school system they can.
Our Director - - Superintendent
To our Director, Mr. L. T. Ball, we give due credit for the many successful pro-
ductions and the continued Excellence of Quality which has become traditional of our
Studio. In his private office or on the "set" Mr. Ball displays the traits of wisdom,
thoroughness, and flawless judgment necessary for super production.
LEONARD T. BALL V
Ohio University A. B.
Ohio State M. A.
American Government, Sociology
Our Technical Advisors ----- Stage
MRS. MARY TULLOSS .f
B. A. Degree
English, Public Speaking
MRS. ADA LANGDON
Plattsburg State Teachers
MR. RONALD S. LAW
Asbury College-A. B.
MRS. JOYCE ROBERTS '
Ohio University-A. B.
MRS. MILDRED KAUBER lf'
Ohio State University-A. B.
English, History, anal Spanish
MRS. OLIVE HELPHREY 1
Bethany College-A. B.
University of Wisconsin
Ohio State University
English, Mathematics, Latin
Miss ANNE DENTON
Ohio University-B. S. in Ed.
MR. GEORGE MCGUFFEY'
University of Kentucky-B. S.
Managers ------- The Faculty
MRS. EMILY SMITH
Ohio Stale University-B. S.
INIR. REX W. ANKROM
Phyrical Silence, Malhemalirx
MRS. BEATRICE ALFORD
Capital University-B. S. in Ed.
Englixla, Social Studies
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IVIKS. VIRGINIA ROBINSON
Clerk of Boarxl of Education
MISS LUCILE LOGAN
Ohio State University-B. S.
MR. ROBERT M. BOYD
Taylor University-A. B.
English and Matbematier
MR. ROY DUNLAP L
MRS. CHARLINE SNOKE
Utica High School
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Seniors of 1946
First Row Created left to righti-Betty Bell, Elizabeth Parkinson, Barbara Koontz, Martha Simp-
son, Marie Boyer, Virginia Warthen, Ruth Frye, Barbara Miller, Eileen Smith, Freda Debolt,
Shirley Good, Betty Higgins, Betty Howell.
Second Row Klefl to rigbtj--Mary Jane Smith, Eileen Rice, Imogene Horn, Pat LeMay, Myrtle
Miracle, Elinor Hampshire, May Louise Hays, Ruth Beever, Vivian Lake, Wanda Conard, Lois
Babb, Lenamae Lewis, Martha Meek, Leatrice Faulkner, Mr. Law Csponsorj.
Third Row fleft to rigbtj--Robert Green, jack Walker, Fay Harper, Richard Preston, Richard
Wright, Edward Young, David Troyer, Glenn Spray, Calvin Frye, William Herchline, Robert
Adams, John Holmes.
Fonrtb Row deft to rigbtj-William Nesbit, Jules Bernard, Richard Bell, Richard Davis, Ken-
neth Wilkin, Clarence jones, john Troyer.
A Review ------ Senior History
Back in the year 1943, a group of eighty-four young-stars-to-be began their
career at Utica High studio under the direction of Mrs. Keinath. At the command of
"Lights, Action, Camera," they began production. The following class officers were
elected: Robert McWilliams, President, Lorella Smith, Vice President, Dolores Seavolt,
Secretary, Dave Troyer, Student Council Representative. The class was well repre-
sented on the Builder Staff by John Holmes, Jack Walker, Jack Nethers, Richard Bell,
Margaret Cummins, and Martha Meek.
Many of the boys, being naturally sportsminded, participated in the sports of the
school. Those on the football team were William Herchline, Richard Davis, Calvin
Frye, Jules Bernard, john Troyer, and Robert Adams. Basketball players were David
f QC0nti1zued on page 60p
A Preview ---- - - Class Prophecy
This beautiful morning in May of 1960, we look into the wide blue yonder and
what do we see? It's a bird! NO-it's a plane! Yes, a very exquisitely designed
rocket ship which we are informed belongs to the Magellan of the air, john W.
We are overwhelmed with awe as we see this sleek, shining piece of mechanical
merchandise glide to a stop in the "Utica Rocket Loading Pavilion." By a closer
examination we find that this ship was designed by Duane Arck, America's foremost
modern rocket designer. Inside this spacious ship we see a placard stating that the
windows and glass accessories were supplied and installed by the world's most clever
glass cutter, Jules A. Bernard.
As a demonstration flight, Mr. Holmes offers to take us along with his load of
passengers, around the world and through the universe to try to induce us to buy this
type of rocket ship from the company he represents. This company is famously known
as "Spray 8: Son" with G. Spray as president and his son as executive administrator.
When we accept this invitation, we are informed that there are six passengers.
The most distinguished is Edward Young, a renowned bull fighter. Ed is on his way
to test his skill against the super-ferocious bulls of Mexico.
As we enter the ship we meet Dr. Wanda Conard, Ph. D., and the members of
her staff. Wanda is taking her staff to the moon to establish an experimental station
to study plants, animals, and their environments. This staff consists of May Louise
Hays, a botanistg Eileen Rice, a psychologist, Ruth Frye, a psychiatrist, and the greatest
of all lady veterinarians, Betty Howell. These fine ladies will have their names in the
annals of science and history and will be remembered forever as the pioneer philan-
thropists of the moon.
After we are all seated, down the aisle bustles the ever-efficient, always-helpful
stewardess, Barbara Miller, who instructs us as to how we must sit during the take-oil.
fConlinued on page 581
Bequests -------- Class Will
We, the Seniors of 1946, being of sound mind and body, realizing that we are
about to fade from the scene of events in this sanitarium for the treatment of igno-
rance, do hereby make and declare this to be our last will and testament:
To Mr. Ball we proudly give this Boy Scout uniform which will help him display
his executive ability.
To Mr. Yarman we dedicate the BUILDER.
We leave to Mrs. Tulloss a new pair of roller skates. This will enable you to
glide gracefully into your classes.
To Mr. McGuifey we leave this saying: "Grass never grows on a busy street."
To Mrs. Kauber we will a stack of Superman Comic Books to read to her seventh
grade in home-room period. We hope this isn't to drastic a change from "Pollyanna.',
To Mr. Law goes the 1946 Academy Award for his direction of "A Voice in the
fConlimzed 071 page 62j
ROBERT ADAMS "BOB"
"If you miss seeing him,
Don't worry, you'll hear him."
Class President 2, 43 Builder Stalf 3, 4 CAss't
Business Mgr. 3, Business Mgr. 433 junior Class
Playg Student Council 2, 43 Band 1, 2, 3 CAll-
County Band 353 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CAII-County 2nd Team 453
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Honor Society 43 Senior Class
DOLORES AIRESMAN "DEE"
"Pardon me, if I blush."
Entered from Newark 23 3Class Treasurer 43
Builder Staff 3, 4 CAss't Art Editor 3, Art Ed-
itor 45g Ink Splash 3g Junior Play Production
Stalk Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club
3, 43 Licking Honor Society 4.
DUANE ARCK "DUANE"
"A man of high rtmhition is at least
six feet tall."
Builder Staff 3, 4 CAss't Business Mgr. 3, 413
Junior Class Play3 Junior Ways and Means
Com.3 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Boys' Glee Club 3, 43
Intramural Basketball 1, 3, 43 Senior Class Play.
LOIS BABB "LEFTY"
"A student who has served her class well,
Has service to give hut none to sell."
Student Council 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 3, President
453 County Student Council 3, 4 fPresident 433
Builder Staff 2, 3, 4 CAss't Editor 3, 453 Ink
Splash 1, Junior Ways and Means Com.: Triple
Trio 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 CAII-County Band
3, 43g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3,
43 Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 3 43
Licking Honor Society 3, 43 Library Staff 3
QTreasurer 393 Senior Class Play.
RUTH BEEVER l "RUTH"
"I never trouhle trouhle until
trouhle troubles me."
Library Staif 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 43 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball lg Intramural
BETTY BELL "BETTY"
"A maiden good without pretense,
Blest with wisdom and common sense."
Library Staff 43 junior Play Production Staiig
Girls' Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus 4g F. H. A.
1, 2, 3, 4 CSec'y 25.
Pt, e Sixteen
RICHARD BELL ' "DICK"
"I tome to school to see the rest of the people."
Builder Staff 1g Intramural Basketball 13
Basketball 2, 3, 4g Football 4g F. F. A. 1, 2, 4.
JULES BERNARD "JULIE"
"I know a lot hut I can't think of it."
Mixed Chorus 3, 4g Boys' Glee Club 3, 4g Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4.
DALE BILLMAN "DALE"
"The greatest truths are the simplest.
Anil so are the greatest men."
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
- - - - Seniors
WANDA CONARD "WANDA"
"She's full of fun and not of woe,
She let's sorrow and unhappiness go."
Library Staff 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 1'
Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, F. H. A. 1.
MARIE BOYER "MARIE"
"If silence were golden, Fd he a pamper." BETTY CULLISON f-BETTY'
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1: H ,
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Quiet! demufei and 5595
voiiefsbali 1, 2, 11 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 cpfesi- Yfff shes rw! we I0 refs by-"
dent 1, Sec'y 2, Vice-Pres. 45.
F. H. A. 1, 2.
RICHARD DAVIS "DICKIE"
,"Sports are his hohhy,
The gymnasium his lobby." .
Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4 CAll-County First Team 41,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CAll-County Second Team
3, 4, All-District Second Team 33, Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4.
FREDA DEBOLT "FREDA"
"Three things doth shine,
The san, the moon, and my hair."
Library 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 53
Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3.
NOLA DEVORE "NOLA"
"A girl to hrighten up the way,
Not too solemn, not too gay."
Library Staff 2, 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 35, Ink
Splash 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee Club
1, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intra-
mural Volleyball 1, 2.
LEATRICE FAULKNER "LEE"
"A winning way, a friendly smile,
In all, a girl who's quite worthwhile."
Entered from Sandusky 3, Builder Staff 3, 4'
Library Staff 4, Ink Splash 4, Junior Play,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball 3, 4, Senior Class Play.
CALVIN FRYE "CALVIE"
"He lover to laugh, he lover to joke,
Anal oft hit teaclaerx to provoke."
Ink Splash 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Boys' Glee
Club 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2,
3, 4, Builder Play 4.
RUTH FRYE "RUTH"
"She is barlaful anal Jlay,
We wonder u'by.7"
Library Staff 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Glee
Club 3, 4, F. H. A. 3.
SHIRLEY GOOD "SHIRLEY"
"Her ways are way: of plearantnesrf'
Library Stal? 4, Band lFlagbearer 25, Mixed
Chorus 1, Girls' Glee Club 1, Intramural Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 33 W
F. H. A.. 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT GREEN "GREENIE"
"IJ he really barlaful, or if it just a front?"
Basketball 3, 4 CManager 3, 49, Foorball43, 4
fManager 3, 45.
ELINOR HAMPSHIRE "ELINOR"
"Slae'.r equal to any and every task."
Student Council 3, 4, Builder Staff 2, Library
Staff 2, 3, 4 CPres. 3, 4, Program Ch. 2, 37,
Ink Splash l, 2, 3, 4 CAss't Editor 2, Editor 35,
junior Play Production Staff, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball l, 2, Licking
Honor Society 3, 4, Chapel Com. 4, Senior
FAY HARPER "JUNIOR"
"The greazeft men ark foolirla question:
now ana' Ihenf'
Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
F. F. A. 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Base-
ball 3, 4, Football 3, 4. '
MAY LOUISE HAYS "MAY"
"May bar a dlrpoxition Jweet,
She is a girl you should meet."
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
l, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4,
Junior Play Production Staff, Commencement
BILL HERCHLINE "BILL"
"Heir always looking for a bargain."
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, All-County Band
3, 4, All-County Chorus 4, All-County Or-
"Feature Attraction" ----- Seniors
BETTY HIGGINS "BETTY"
"With countenance denture and niodert gratef'
Mixed Chorus 4, Library Staff 4.
JOHN HOLMES "BUD"
"Napoleon war short,
Caerar war short,
And .ro am I."
Builder Staff I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee
Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4.
I MOGENE HORN "IMOGENE"
"Still water ran: deep."
F. H, A. I, 2, 3, 4 QTreasurer 25, Glee Club
l, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3.
BETTY HOWELL "BETTY"
"A good rtadenl is the,
Always bury as can he."
Entered from Indiana 3, Intramural Basket-
ball 3, 4.
DON NELDA HUTTON "DEA"
1 "She packs her trouhler in a hox,
And sitr on the lid and rmilerf'
Student Council 4, Builder Stall' 3, 4, Library
Stan' 3, 4 gSec'y 45, Ink Splash 2, 3, 4 CEditor
49, junior 'Class Play, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 5,
F. H. A. 1 CTreasurer IJ.
CLARENCE JONES "CLARENCE"
"Here'J a hoy without mach to :ay
But for getting thingr done he has a way."
Student Council 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4 CBusiness
Mgr. 45, Mixed Chorus 4, All-County Band
3, 4, All-County ,Orchestra 3.
BARBARA KOONTZ UBARBARAH,
"Good temper ir like a fanny day,
It shed: itr hrightnerr on everything."
Re-entered from Newark 4, Mixed Chorus 1,
2, 4, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball I, 2, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, Builder
VIVIAN LAKE "LAKIE"
"Fm rare that I .rhall not pax:
thi: way again."
Library Staff 4, Ink Splash I, 2, Mixed Chorus
I, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Basketball 1, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2.
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PATRICIA LEMAY "PAT"
"The hest way to he happy
is to have a good time."
Library Staff 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball 1, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2.
LENAMAE LEWIS "BOOTS"
"Her friends, they are many,
Her foes, are there any?"
Student Council 2, Builder Stall 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, Girls' Glee Club 1, Intramural Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, 3,
F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresident 2, Treasurer 3,
Historian 45, Licking Honor Society 4.
MARTHA MEEK "JANEY"
"Why should I worry,
The hell can't make me hurry."
Class Secretary 4, Student Council 4, Builder
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Ur. Ass't Editor 3, Editor 4D,
Library Staff 3, 4 CProgram Ch. 45, Ink Splash
1, 2, 5, 4, Jr. Class Play, Jr. Ways and Means
Com., Triple Trio 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 4, Intramural Volleyball
1, 2, 4, Licking Honor Society 4, Chapel Com.
3, 4 CChairman 45, All-County Chorus 4,
Senior Class Play.
BARBARA MILLER "BARBY"
"She's witty and clever and happy and hright,
To hnow her, my dears, is indeed a delight."
Student Council CSec'y-Treas. 45, Builder Stal?
3, 4, Lickingana Staff 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4,
Ink Splash 2, jr. Ways and Means Com., Band
2, 3, 4 CFlagbearer 2, Majorette 3, 4, Chapel
Com. 3, 4, Licking Honor Society 3, 4 CTreas-
urer 4J, Queen Attendant 4, Builder Play 4.
MYRTLE MIRACLE "MERT" ELIZABETH PARKINSON "LIZZ1E"
"Quiet and demure,
Of her we're always sure."
F. H. A. 2, 3, 4.
"Never a care in the world
Never a worry have I."
Band 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 1.
WILLIAM NESBIT "BU-L" RICHARD PRESTON ' "DICK"
"Life is just
And all things show it."
"Dark hair, shiny eyes,
Merry humor, he's a prize."
Junior Play 3, Builder Staff 2, 4, Senior Class Intramural Basketball 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
P it Twenty
F. H. A. 1, 2, 4.
EILEEN RICE "EILEEN"
"joy and mirth Jhall ahitle with me alwayxf'
Library Staff 2, 33 Ink Splash l, 2g Mixed
Chorus 3g Girls' Glee Club 3, 4g Intramural
Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, 2.
DOLORES SEAVOLT "DEE"
"A great big girl just 5 feet high,
With the light of mischief in her eye,"
Class Secretary-Treasurer lg Student Council
4, Junior Class Playg Cheerleader 1, 3, 4g Triple
Trio 4g Band 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basket-
ball l, 2g Intramural Volleyball 1, 2, Football
Queen 4g All-County Chorus 43 Senior Class
MARTHA SIMPSON "MARTHA"
"It it a quiet worker who .futceed.v."
Library Stal? 3g Girls' Glee Club 4, F. H. A.
1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 45.
EILEEN SMITH "JOY"
"Her heart it not more runny than her unite."
Class Treasurer 3g Class Vice-President 23
Builder Stal? 3, 4, Junior Class Playg Junior
Ways and Means Comg Triple Trio 4g Band
2, 3, 4 CMajorette 2, 3, 493 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Queen
Attendant 4g All-County Chorus 4g Builder
MARY JANE SMITH "MARY JANE" GLENN SPRAY "HERB"
, "Silence ir more eloquent than worth."
Library Staff 43 Builder Staff 2g Mixed Chorus
"The higger they come
The harder they fall."
Class Vice-President 3, Football 5, 4g Intra-
1, 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 F- H- A- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Licking Honor
fVice-President 1 J.
Page Twenty One
"Feature Attraction" - - - - - Seniors
JOHN TROYER "JOHNNY" VIRGINIA WARTHEN A "GINGER"
UAW athlete Qmufd, like he meet: "She talks nice, acrr nice, and ir nice."
When he's in action, he can't he heat." - -, ,
, , Library Staff 2, 9, 4, Intramural Volleyball
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club
1, 2133, 4, roofbaii 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, 1, 24 F- H- A- 4-
Base all 2, 3, 4.
JACK WALKER HJACK. KENNETH WILKIN "KENNY"
"All work .mtl no play, "Many great men were
Maher 4 very dull day." Country boys at heart."
Builder Staff 2, 3, Ink Splash 2, Mixed Chorus D , A ,
4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Intramural Basketball 1f1k,SP1aSh,3, Band, 1' 2, 9' 4' BOYS Glee
1, 2, 3, 4s F, F, A, 1, 2, 3, 4 cgecretary 4k Club 9, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Class Play. senior Class Play.
RICHARD WRIGHT "SKY" EDWARD YOUNG "DUKE"
"All great men are dying- "Sometimes 1 ,vit and think,
Anil I don't feel .ro well myself." Anil rometimer I just tit."
Baseball 1, 2, F. F. A. 4. Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
DAVID TROYER "DAVE"
"lf high school book: dealt with football,
Fil get the highest grade: of all."
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Builder Staff 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CAII-County First Team
43, Football 1, 4 CAll-County First Team 4,
All-Ohio Honorable Mention 43, Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4 fAll-Regional 3b.
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uniors I ----- P1'o'ection De artment
Fin! Row Cleft to rigbtj-Roger Mason, Richard Myers, Irvin Brownfield, Carroll Conard, Andrew
Miller, Robert Ryan, Richard Gilbreath, jack Hughes, john Nesbit, Joe Nardi.
Second Row fleft to riglatl-Beatrice Baker, Beulah Pierce, Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt, Beatrice
Pierce, Shirlee Miller, Mrs. Tulloss Csponsorj, Rosayn McCann, Ann Hankinson, Carol Booth,
Janice Marietta, Frances Smoots, Janice Brown.
Third Row I left to right!--Carolyn Curtis, AnnaMae Ewers, Betty Hoiten, Cleona Jones, Phyllis
Warthen, Billee Weaver, Alice Hellwig, Betty Rine, Dorothy Brown, Goldie Bero, Flossie Evans,
Betty Belcher, Mary Lou Brand, Mary Bacskay, Carolyn Whrel, Wilma Buchanan.
Fourth Row fleft to rigbtj--Paul Knight, Herman Stradley, Jack Handwerk, Myron Crow, Dean
Hopkins, William Olah, Jerry Weston, Lloyd Preston, Robin Kirkpatrick, Bob Rice, James
CLASS OF 1 947
After three long months of vacation from the studio, fifty ambitious juniors were
eager to return to their work on the morning of September 7. They found that Mrs.
Tulloss was their sponsor. Realizing the amount of hard work ahead of them they
plunged eagerly into it and elected their officers. They chose Shirlee Miller, president,
Rosayn McCann, vice-president, and Beatrice Pierce, secretary-treasurer.
These Junior stars took part in many shows during the year. Those who helped
win the Licking County Football Championship were Robert Ryan, Roger Mason,
William Olah, Robin Kirkpatrick, Richard Myers, Andrew Miller, Dick Gilbreath, and
There were three boys who played on the reserve and varsity basketball teams:
Andrew Miller, Robin Kirkpatrick, and Roger Mason. jack Hughes was a member
of the reserve team.
A number were members of the Glee Clubs and Mixed Chorus. Carol Booth,
Bea Baker, Betty Rine, Mary Seavolt, and Pat Chvatal sang in the Triple Trio.
fCw2zinued on page 611
Soplaomores ' ' ' ' - - Cameramen
Fin! Row Cleft to rigbtj-Robert Biggs, Elmer Evans, Donald Spearman, Charles McDonald,
Donald Barrick, Richard Kirkpatrick, Glenn Kidwell.
Second Row fleft lo figbtj-Leona Blough, Eleanor Babb, Ethel McMillen, Peggy McKibben,
Marilyn McClelland, Von Green, John Stone, Mr. McGuEy Csponsorb, Katherine Ellis, Norma
Ellis, Virginia Porter, Billie Armbrust, Nancy Faulkner, Wanda Debolt.
Thin! Row fleft to rigbtj-Virginia Evans, Susan Salyers, Myrtle Glover, Jackie Lake, Pauline
Cole, Eileen Ryan, Barbara Lipak, Audrey Jacks, Juanita Reynolds, Betty Peters, Neva Beever,
Julia Earlewine, Marie Thompson, Ruth Maharg, Virginia Adams, Marietta Van Fleet.
Fourth Row Uefz to rightj-Edward Dush, Carl DeWiggins, james McCann, Leland Walker,
Hugh Wherl, Keith Stricker, Rex Spray, Carroll Walters, Forrest Swick, William Rowley, Nelson
Worthman, Loren Divan, Paul Rine.
' CLASS OF 1948
Under the leadership of an efficient corps of officers on set twenty-two, an ener-
getic and industrious crew of 51 made several feature attractions as well as contributed
to the production of the entire studio. john Stone served his second term as presi-
dent, ably assisted by Eleanor Babb, vice-president, Marilyn McClelland, secretary, and
Peggy Lou McKibben, treasurer. Von Green was elected as representative to Student
Council. The publicity was handled by Neva Beever, Julia Earlewine, and Leona
Blough as reporters on the Ink Splash, with Leland Walker and David Reed on the
The class was well represented in the casts of the music organizations, F. H. A.,
and F. F. A. Charles McDonald won a trophy in judging cattle at Columbus.
Don Barrick, John Stone, james McCann, Von Green, and David Reed won the
coveted "U" in football or basketball.
The Thanksgiving party November 25 in the auditorium was a memorable
Mr. McGuffy served as director of the work done on set twenty-two.
" -David Reed
Page Twenty Five
Freshmen - ---- Screen Playwrigbts
First Row Ileft to rigbtj--Stanley Smoots, Willard Donahey, James Brown, Charles Tulloss, Carl
Lescalleet, Donald Lamb, Carl Ryan, Daniel Helphery, Arthur Lambert, Bernard Young.
Second Row Kleft to rightj-Donald Cullison, Ronald Stradley, Patty Riley, Mary Mason, Rose
Nesbit, Dorothy Salyers, Charles Good, Anne Nardi, Roger Smith, William Le Fever, Freda
Borden, Irene Wood, Barbara Porter, Jeannette Popham, Donna Jackson, Louise Hutton, Jean
Marietta, Bruce Hissong.
Third Row flefl to righlj-Paul Abbott, Dorothy Pound, Vera Hayes, Dorothy White, Marian
Cole, Kate Hutton, Marjorie Mick, Betty Courson, Mable Belcher, Oneita jones, Mary Sandman,
Jeannette Faulkner, Vivian Skeen, Jean Teagarden, Yvonne Wycuff, Iva Westenbarger, Ruth
Dunlap, Edythe Walker, Gorden Fawcett, jack Quinif, Kenneth Gantt.
Fourth Row fleft to rightl--Donald Parkinson, Gene Ramsey, Edgar Parkinson, Charlayne Reed,
Jane Dunlap, Jean Ferguson, Mary Lou Nutter, Kathryn Orsborn, Martha Mason, Trula Evans,
Betty Warthen, Thelma Farley, James Rice, Melvin Bishop, Steve Sabo, Vaughn Lewis.
CLASS OF 1949
This important Studio department was organized early in September with 65
members. To guide them throughout the year they elected the following officers:
Charles Good, President, Susan Salyers, Vice-President, William LeFever, Secretary-
The class was well represented in all school activities, including Glee Clubs, Mixed
Chorus, and Band. Serving on the Ink Splash Staff were: Leona Blough, jean Tea-
fCor2tinued on page 65,
Paul Richard Hickman, a member of the eighth grade last year, died June 19,
1945, after a brief illness of meningitis. Being thirteen years of age, he would have
been a Freshman this year.
"Rusty," as he was called, was beloved by all who knew him, and is sadly missed
by the members of the Freshman Class.
Dfzge Twenty-Six '
Eighth Grade ------- Prop-Men
Firrt Row fleft zo riglztj-James Abbott, Edwin Smith, Edward Hiles, Raymond Bowers, Russell
Second Row Kleft to rigbtj-Claude Simpson, Arthur Williams, Helen Ferguson, Joan Biggs,
jack Beckholt, Nelson Spray, Frederick Herchline, Anna Mae Beebe, Dixie Lee Hall, Russell
Stone, Ronald Rine.
Third Row flefz to right!-Lois Evans, Ruby Herrington, Ruth Troyer, Jane McCann, Gwen
Lake, Glenna Hellwig, Wanda Farley, Norma Walker, Ruth Council, Donna Parish, Kathleen
Evans, Mrs. Helphery Csponsorb.
Fourth Row Kleft lo rightl--Franklin Parrish, Allen Butler, john Drake, Albert Butler, Owen
Handwerk, William Tulloss, Charles Frost, james Nethers, Donald Lupher, Edward Buchanan,
Ronald Ritchey. .
CLASS OF 1950
Imagine what the future has for Utica High School in the way of Sinatras,
Wlalkers, Johnsons, Shores, and Grables.
The president of the eighth grade class is Jack Beckholt and if a man couldn't
handle the job a woman, joan Biggs, was elected vice president. Since Nelson Spray
is good on his notes, he was appointed secretary. It takes a woman to handle the
money, so Helen Ferguson was appointed treasurer. As a "star" news reporter, Ronnie
Rine was elected because he is always up to date with the news. Not an incident slips
by without his knowing. Fred Herchline, a coming Van johnson, was elected Student
Council representative. Y
The eighth grade is very well represented in the band by Anna Mae Beebe, Dixie
Lee Hall, Fred Herchline, and Edwin Smith. The class is honored by Ronnie Rine's
being drum major.
On February 15, the group presented an interesting Lincoln's Birthday program in
The members of the eighth grade class look eagerly, forward to four happy years
of loyal service in the productions of Utica High School. -Carol Bootle
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Seventh Grade - - ---- Stage Crew
Fin! Row deft to rigblj-Carol Rine, Sue Coburn, Clarabelle Davis, Mary Janet Mantonya,
Betty Rowley, jane WoodruE, Betty Kidwell, Marian Geer, Alice Cooksey, Marie Mick, Ada
Cooksey, Marie Mick, Ada Cooksey, Mrs. Kauber Csponsorj.
Second Row Cleft to rightj-Forrest Davis, Carlton Riley, Richard Beebe, Wendell Farley, John
Ball, Franklin Beever, William McCann, Earl Smith, Gerald Davis, Carl Baughman, Marilyn
Furley, Richard Boyer, Donald Martin.
CLASS OF 1 95 1
In September twenty-five boys and girls entered Utica junior High as the seventh
grade with Mrs. Kauber as sponsor.
The class elected as officers Richard Beebe, president, Alice Cooksey, vice-president,
John Ball, secretary, Mary janet Montonya, treasurer, Carlton Riley, Student Council
representative, john Ball and Mary janet Montonya, Ink Splash reporters. They chose
as the class flower the white snapdragon and the class colors, silver and blue.
The seventh graders did not neglect sports either. There were several boys playing
on Fred Davis' junior high basketball team.
Eight members from their class played in the band. These were James Zigler,
Franklin Beever, Marilyn Furley, john Ball, Carlton Riley, Donald Martin, Sue Coburn,
and Richard Beebe,
Early in the year, they presented a Hallowe'en Chapel for the student body.
So ended an eventful year as the seventh grade looks forward. to further service.
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Student Council ----- Film Censors
First Row fleft to rigbtl-Donnelda Hutton, Ann Nardi, John Stone, William Olah, Beulah
Pierce, Lois Babb, Barbara Miller, Dolores Seavolt, Von Green, Mr. Ball fadvisorj.
Secoml Row Cleft to figblj-Richard Beebe, Carlton Riley, Fred Herchline, Virginia Adams,
Martha Meek, Elinor Hampshire, Betty Rine, Shirlee Miller, Ann Hanlcinson, Charles Good,
Robert Adams, Clarence Jones, jack Beckholt.
Every second period Thursday you hear through the halls, "The meeting will
come to order." Yes! The Student Council members are again assembled to discuss old
and new business.
The Council consists of 23 members plus Mr. Ball, the sponsor. Lois Babb serves
capably as president.
The Council has built up the school morale by planning many activities. Dancing
after basketball games and intramural basketball were Council projects. A Valentine
formal dance was sponsored by the Council.
For these things and many more the Council has tried and succeeded in carrying
out the wishes of the student body. -Ann Htmkimon
Library Staff ----- Recording Dept.
First Row fleft to rightj-Rosayn McCann, Leatrice Faulkner, Martha Meek, Donnelda Hutton,
Elinor Hampshire, Mrs. Tulloss Cadvisorl, Beulah Pierce, Virginia Warthen, Betty Holten, Mae
Louise Hays, Billie Weaver.
Second Row fleft to right!-Barbara Miller, Mary Seavolt, Ann Hankinson, Peggy Lou McKibben,
Wanda Debolt, Ethel Lee McMillen, Nancy Faulkner, Eleanor Babb, Marilyn McClelland, Betty
Higgins, Shirley Good, Betty Bell.
Third Row fleft to rightj--Shirlee Miller, Mary jane Smith, Pat LeMay, Vivian Lake, Wanda
Conard, Billie Armbrust, Cleona Jones, Leona Blough, Neva Beever, Janice Marietta, Julia
"Dreams, books, are each a world,' and hooks, we know,
Are a substantial world, hath pure and good.
Round these, with tendrils strong as flesh and blood,
Our pastimes and our happiness will grow." '
The Library Staff is to be congratulated on their line work this year. They have
worked with a great air of responsibility. The services they have rendered to the
students and faculty is appreciated.
Each girl serves on a committee. The committees care for the various duties
necessary to the smooth functioning of library service to the school.
Books are your friends. This organization helps you to understand them and make
them your friends. -Lentrice Fanlhner
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Seated fleft to rigbtl-Leatrice Faulkner, Duane Arck, Donnelda Hutton, Eileen Smith, Dolores
Airesman, Martha Meek, Lois Babb, Lenamae Lewis, Barbara Miller, Robert Adams, William
Standing fleft to rigbtj-Dean Hopkins, Joe Nardi, Billee Weaver, Mary Seavolt, Ann Hankinson,
Roger Smith, Rosayn McCann, Carol Booth, Frances Smoots, Betty Rine, Robin Kirkpatrick, Jerry
Weston, Robert Ryan.
INK SPLASH CLower Groupb
Seated fleft to right?-Leatrice Faulkner, Martha Meek, Rosayn McCann, Mary Seavolt, Dorothy
Brown, Mr. Brinkerhoff QAdvisorj, Donnelda Hutton, Janice Marietta, Elinor Hamphire, Goldie
Bero, Mary Jane Smith.
Standing fleft to rightj-John Ball, Leona Blough, jean Teagarden, Julia Earlewine, Neva Beever,
Andrew Miller, Ronald Rine.
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"The Eyes And Ears Of The World"
In the early part of the school year of 1945-46 the producers of the studio's annual
assembled to plan a super-production.
To raise money for the year-book, the staff sponsored movies, a Builder play, and
directed the sale of Kadet Kards and advertising blocks.
Lickingana representatives were Barbara Miller and Beatrice Pierce.
The success of the book has depended on the Willing cooperation of the entire
stall. They present this book to you with the hope that you enjoy the results of their
efforts as you leisurely leaf through the pages of this Builder of 1946.
Where would our "Studio" be Without advertisement? Who else would be
responsible for our publicity except Mr. R. R. Brinkerhoff, editor and publisher of the
Utica Herald, and his staff? V
The staff keeps the students and towns-people posted on school activities through
the "Ink Splash" page which appears in the Utica Herald each Thursday. At the same
time, they gain experience in journalism.
A stall meeting is held every Monday at 11:15 to receive assignments and dis-
cuss any problems that arise. 'K
They have done very well this year with Donnelda Hutton as editor and Dorothy J
Brown serving as her assistant. -R orayn McCann
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1. "Navy Blues"g Ed Sitton. 2. "Ice Queens", Nancy Faulkner and Peggy Lou McKibben.
5. "Dream Man"g Calvin Frye. 4. "Such ls Life"g Vaughn Lewis, Chuck Smith, Stanley Smoots,
Corky Stone. 5. "Little Senator"g Dick Kirkpatrick. 6. "That's Swell, Now Hold It", Glen Spray
and Bob Adams. 7. "Where's the Smile?"g Neva Beever. 8. 'Successful Major", Ronnie Rine.
9. "Miss Pin-Up of 1946"g Joy Smith. 10. "Oh, My New Car"g Beulah and Bea Pierce, Rosayn
McCann. 11. "A True Fan", Betty Howell. 12. "Who Me?"g Dee Seavolt. 13. "'What Are
You Looking At?"g Wanda Conard, Pat Chvatal. 14. "Gone, But Not Forgottenug Norma
Walker, Mrs. Alford, Kathleen Evans, Ruth Troyer. 15. "The Bug", Roger Mason. 16. "Re-
member Me?"g Miss Mick. 17. "Personality"g Lee Faulkner. 18. "Big Dave and John"g Dee
Seavolt, Dorothy Brown. 19. Ann Hankinson and Anne Nardi. 20. Jane Dunlap. 21. Mary
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1. "We Car1't Read"g Dee Seavolt, Joy Smith. 2. "How Very Touchingug Andy Miller, Glen
Spray. 5. "The North-Endersug Dave Troyer, Lois Babb, John Troyer. 4. "Redskins on Parade."
5. "The Queen and Her Court." 6. "Best of Pals"g Dee Seavolt, joy Smith, Barbara Miller, Janey
Meek. 7. Poor Little Freshmenng Rose Nesbit, Ann Nardi, Jane Dunlap. S. "The Milk Maid"g
Mary Seavolt. 9. "Bathing Beautiesng Fay Harper, Paul Rine, Roger Mason. 10. "Who's the
Smile For?"g Elinor Hampshire. 11. "Monkey Businessug Fay Harper, jim McCann, Don Bar-
rick, John Troyer. 12. "Grim Determinationng Robin Kirkpatrick. 13. "On Your Mark"g Fay
Harper. 14. "Impossible"g John Stone. 15. "Well, Who's Next?" Chuck McDonald, Bobb Biggs.
16. "Three Cheers for the Bandng U. H. S. Band.
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Sound E yffects ------ Mixed Chorus
Firrt Row flefl to right!-Mary jane Smith, Mary Bacskay, Ruth Frye, Mae Louise Hays, Rosayn
McCann, Bea Pierce, Carolyn Curtis, Bea Baker, Carol Booth, Ann Hankinson, Dolores Seavolt,
Eileen Smith, Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt, Betty Higgins.
Second Row K left to rightj-Miss Denton Cconductressj, Phyllis Warthen, Goldie Bero, Imogene
Horn, Betty Bell, Pat LeMay, Lois Babb, Dolores Airesman, Donnelda Hutton, Elinor Hamp-
shire, Betty Rine, Shirlee Miller, Beulah Pierce, Cleona Jones, Flossie Evans, Martha Meek,
Leatrice Faulknr, Elizabeth Parkinson, Barbara Koontz,
Third Row flefl lo rigbtl-Carroll Conard, Calvin Frye, Andrew Miller, Clarence Jones, William
Herchline, jerry Weston, Jack Quinif, William Olah, Duane Arck, Robert Rice, Kenneth Wilkin,
Richard Davis, Jack Walker.
Fourth Row Klefl to right!--Bruce Hissong, Bernard Young, joe Nardi, john Nesbit, Paul Rine,
Fay Harper, James Marrietta, Roger Mason, john Troyer, jules Bernard, john Holmes, Von Lewis,
If youlre a stranger in Utica High School and you hear music coming from some-
where in the building, just open one of the auditorium doors and youyll see the Mixed
Our Mixed Chorus is open to all high school boys and to junior and Senior girls.
The group has stressed A Capello work this year.
Some of the songs they have worked on this year are "Stardust," "Morning," and
"Serenade," They also took part in the Thanksgiving and Christmas chapels.
The chorus has done very well this year under the able direction of Miss Anne
Denton. -Duane Arek
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U. H. S. BAND
First Row frtanding, left to right!-Beatrice Pierce, Carol Booth, Eileen Smith, Ronald Rine,
Barbara Miller, Mary Janet Mantonya, Frances Smoots, Beulah Pierce.
Clarinetr fleft to rigbtl-Dixie Lee Hall, Marilyn McClelland, Ethel Lee McMillen, Peggy Lou
McKibben, Ruth Beever, William Herchline.
Trumpetr fleft to right!-Jack Quinif, Cleona Jones, Franklin Beever, Marilyn Furley, john Ball,
Carlton Riley, Kenneth Wilkin, Daniel Helphrey, Nelson Worthman, Beatrice Baker, Jane
Dunlap, john Nesbit, Edwin Smith.
Saxapbonex deft to rigbtj-Roger Smith, Oneita Jones, Charline Reed, Dolores Seavolt, Lois
Babb, Anna Mae Beebe.
Back Row Istzmding, left lo right!-Miss Denton Cconductressb, Kenneth Gantt, William Olah,
Charles Nickel, James Marietta, Clarence jones, Fred Herchline, Virginia Adams, Bernard Young,
Dorothy Salyers, Donald Martin, Sue Coburn, Richard Beebe, Elizabeth Parkinson.
U. H. S. BAND
No movie production can be called a real success without the aid of effective back-
ground music-and that's where the Utica High School Band came in.
Their activities for the year included performances at the Johnstown and Pataskala
football games, at all home football games, and at Pep Meetings. We were honored
early in the year by an invitation to participate in an American Legion parade in
Newark, held in honor of returning service men.
In the way of statistics, we numbered 40, plus our majorettes., flagbearers, color
guards, and drum major. A large percentage of the members were new to band life
this year, but are looking forward to further service with the band.
Several of our members were chosen to participate in the All-County Spring Fes-
tival at Hebron, on April 26th.
Oflicers of the year were: President, William Olah, Vice-President, Cleona Jones,
Secretary-Treasurer, Ethel McMilleng Business Manager, Clarence Jones.
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Maestros of Song - - - - - Glee Clubs
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,GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
In September eighty-one girls signed up for Glee Club. This is the largest number
in Girls Glee Club since the group was organized about twelve years ago. Under the
direction of Miss Anne Denton the girls have been singing both classical and popular
music, such as "Prayer, from Hansel and Gretel," "Fairy Moonlightj' "Cielito Lindo," and
"Sweet and Lovely." -Billie Wedver
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Discovering thirty-three boys throughout the halls of Utica High who could sing,
the Utica High studios appointed Miss Denton to direct them. Rehearsing twice a
week, they sang a variety of songs such as 'lMorning," "Stardust," 'The Seaf' and many
others. They also sang a variety of religious songs. Making several appearances, the
Boys' Glee Club scored a hit with the public. They enjoyed a successful year under
Miss Denton's direction. -joseph Nardi
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB CJUNIOR AND SENIOR GROUPJ
Ifirrt Row fleft to rightj-Martha Meek, Leatrice Faulkner, Dolores Airesrnan, Eileen Rice, Wanda
Conard, Cleona Jones, Mae Louise Hays, Miss Denton iconductressj , Beatrice Pierce, Carol Booth,
Flossie Evans, Beulah Pierce, Shirlee Miller, Betty Rine, Elinor Hampshire.
Second Row fleft to rigbtl-Beatrice Baker, Rosayn McCann, Mary Jane Smith, Vivian Lake,
Donnelda Hutton, Betty Belcher, Phyllis Warthen, Goldie Bero, Imogene Horn, Betty Bell, Lois
Babb, Pat LeMay, Ruth Frye, Mary Bacskay.
Third Row fleft to rigbtj-Barbara Miller, Eileen Smith, Dolores Seavolt, Ann Hankinson, Janice
Marietta, Martha Simpson, Marie Boyer, Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt, Barbara Koontz, Elizabeth
Parkinson, Carolyn Curtis.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB QFRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE GROUPJ
First Row Ileft to rightj-Marietta Van Fleet, Jeannette Popham, Dorothy Hoyt, Vera Hays,
Trula Evans, Virginia Porter, Ethel Lee McMillen, Miss Denton Cconductressj, Julia Earlewine,
Anne Nardi, Freda Borden, Edythe Walker, Martha Mason, Kathryn Orsborn, Donna Lee Jackson.
Second Row Kleft to rightj-Louise Hutton, Ruth Maharg, Rose Nesbit, Charlotte Hale, Marie
Thompson, Mary Sandman, Marjorie Mick, Nancy Faulkner, Eleanor Babb, Mary Mason, Peggy
McKibben, Vivian Skeen, Jeanette Faulkner.
Third Row fleft to righlj-Helen Ferguson, Mary Lou Nutter, Leona Blough, Billie Armbrust,
Kathryn Hutton, Dorothy Salyers, Jackie Lake, Myrtle Glover, Susan Salyers, Jane Dunlap, Char-
layne Reed, Virginia Evans, Betty Warthen.
BOYS, GLEE CLUB
First Row deft zo rightl-Bruce Hissong, Jack Walker, Clarence Jones, Kenneth Wilkin, Joe
Nardi, Paul Rine, Roger Mason, Richard Davis, Jerry Weston, John Troyer, Miss Denton Ccon-
Second Row fleft to riglatj-James Marietta, Calvin Frye, Andrew Miller, Duane Arck, Jack
Quinif, William Olah, Harold Smith, Kenneth Gantt, Donald Lamb, Robert Rice.
Third Row flefz to rigbtj-Vaughn Lewis, Bernard Young, William LaFever, Jules Bernard, Wil-
liam Herchline, Fay Harper, Richard Kirkpatrick, John Holmes, Stanley Smoots.
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Caught by the Camera ----- Snapshots
1. "The Man Behind the Scene," Mr. Ball. 2. Mrs. Law "pinch-hits' for Mrs. Helphrey.
3. "Carneraman's Holiday," Rosayn McCann. 4. "Posed," Rosayn McCann and Mary Seavolt.
5. "Going to School, Little Girl?," Bea Pierce. 6. "Drummer Boy," Bill Olah. 7. "Take Our
Picture!," Beulah Pierce, janey Meek, Bea Pierce. 8. "Ready to Go," Johnny Troyer. 9. "Child
Prodigy," Beulah Pierce. 10. "This Doesn'r Mean Us," Jdhnny Troyer and Dick Davis. 11. "My
Buddy and I," Jim McCann and John Stone.
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1. "You Don't Say," Betty Howell. 2. "Aren't I Cute?" Eddie Smith. 3. "Four Dignihed Seniors,"
Pat LeMay, Eileen Rice, Elizabeth arkinson, and Barbara Koontz. 4. "So Demurej' Anne Mae
Ewers, and Carolyn Curtis. 5. "Relaxation," Ed Dush, Clarence jones, Loren Divan, Von Green,
Barbara Koontz, Elizabeth Parkinson. 6. "Smile Pretty," Miss Denton and Miss Logan. 7. "Cute
Little Miss," Peggy Lou McKibben. 8. "Future Seniors, " Flossie Evans, Betty Holton, Bea Baker,
Carolyn Curtis, Anna Mae Ewers. 9. "On Whom Are You Leaning? Nola Devore. 10. "Bash-
ful?" Boots Lewis. 11. "It's Superman!" Paul Rine. 12. "Three Musketeers," jim McCann, john
Stone, Chuck Smith. 13. "That's Me with the Coat On," Becky Srnoots and Sandy. 14. "Utica
High Sailor," jerry Weston. QTO jerry goes our appreciation and congratulations for the drawings
used throughout this book. From us at Utica High School, "Good Luck, jerry!" 15. "Happy
Go Lucky," Carol Booth and joy Smith.
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On The Stage ------ Dramatics
JUNIOR PLAY cAs'r
Left lo fight-Dean Hopkins, Cleona Jones, john Nesbit, Ann Hankinson, jerry Weston, Betty
Holten, Robin Kirkpatrick, Shirlee Miller, Betty Rine, Janice Marietta, Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt,
Andrew Miller, Rosayn McCann, Janice Brown, Richard Myers.
NHEADED FOR EDEN"
January 1 marked one of the gala occasions of the year when the Junior Class
presented the comedy-drama, "Headed for Edenfi
The plot, moving swiftly, involved a wide range of characters who presented
interesting and varied pictures on the stage. Since the setting was a girls' boarding
house in Chicago the production was picturesque with its pretty girls and attractive
clothes. The smoothness of the performance testified to an efficient backstage crew.
The Cast was:
Mrs. Skipsworth ...... ........r S hirlee Miller
Imogene ,...... ...... , ..... Janice Brown
Hank ............ ..... . Richard Myers
Dorothy Brill .,..... ....... . Mary Seavolt
Peggy Walters... . ..... Betty Rine
Gladys Herman. .... .. ..... .. Pat Chvatal
Rosena Blandish .. .... .. ...... Rosayn McCann
Barry Richards r..,.... ,...,r,,. A ndrew Miller
Minnie Boyd ..,.. ..,.. J anice Marietta
Henry Banks .,..,.,v. ......... J erry Weston
Marcella Turner ....... .....rr . ..Cleona jones
Bob Roberts .......... . ...r. Dean Hopkins
Sergeant Kelly ..,.,. ..... ...... . ..r.. J o hn Nesbit
Ken Howard ......,., ..,.... R obin Kirkpatrick
"Limpy" .... ,.... ...... . . .. joe Nardi
Nancy Lane ....,.. ........ A nn Hankinson
Kate Roberts.. .,.............................. ,..................... . ,,...Betty Holten
The prompters were Dorothy Brown and Billee Weaver. -Romyn Mcfamz
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On The Stage - - Dramatics
"COME OUT OF THE KITCHEN"
This play, a three-act comedy, was presented April 8 in the High School audi-
torium. It was sponsored by the Builder Staff and was under the direction of Mr.
Robert Boyd. The following cast ably produced the play:
Olivia Dangerfield... .. .. . ,,,, Eileen Smith
Elizabeth Dangerlield. ,,t,,,,,, Barbara Miller
Mr. Falkenern.. ,,,,, .. t,,,,,,, Elizabeth Parkinson
Cora Falkener ....,..,,, ,,cc, , , ,,,cc Barbara Koontz
Amanda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .... -....Virginia Adams
Burton Crane ,,,.,,, , ,,,, ,.,.. . ,,,, A ndrew Miller
Thomas Lefferts ,,,.t ,,,,,cc,,, Calvin Frye O
Solon Tucker ttl.lt . ltll ttttltt w illiam oiftii Ci
Paul Dangerfield ,,,,cc,,, ,,,,, Clarence Jones
Charles Dangerlield c,,,,,,c Daniel Helphrey
Randolph Weeks ,,,,cc ,,,, -Robin Kirkpatrick
IN THE DARK"
The first of its kind to be presented in
Utica High School in many years, the W, H
Senior class produced this historical comedy,
written in three acts.
Unique setting and lavish period cos-
tuming made the play one to be remem-
The play was given two nights, May '
16-17, by the following cast:
Theophilus Davy ..................... Robert Adams
Livy, his wife ...,..t....,......... Leatrice Faulkner ,
Martha, their daughter .. ,.....t......,. Lois Babb
Lucy, a neighbor ..... , .. T .Dolores Seavolt
Paul Revere ....,.,.' ..., , . ,William Nesbit
Dame Astra.- ..,. .... ......... . .Elinor Hampshire
Constance, her daughter. ......... Martha Meek
Richard Shirley.. ..... . , .. .,,...... Duane Arck
Captain Knox.. t..... ....... . . . .. .Jack Walker
Samuel Adams ..., . - ....t.t Kenneth Wilkin
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GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
Seated deft lo rightj-Bea Baker, joy Smith, Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt.
Smfzding fleft lo righlj-Carol Booth, janey Meek, Miss Denton Cconductressj, Betty Rine, Lois
Babb, Dolores Seavolt.
One of the specialties of Utica High School this year is the Triple Trio. It is
composed of nine girls, four of Whom are Seniors and live are juniors.
This was the second year a Triple Trio has been organized and the group has
stressed novelty numbers and a capello work.
They have made appearances in the Christmas Chapel, at the junior and Builder
Plays, Student Council Banquet and All-County Festival.
The Triple Trio is an extra curricular non-credit organization. The girls are in it
because they are interested in music and have an ability for singing.
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In The Spotlight of Activities
The following people were chosen to participate in the annual Spring Festival at
Hebron High School, April 26:
All-County Chorus: Pat Chvatal, Mary Seavolt, Eileen Smith. Dolores Seavolt,
Martha Meek, Carol Booth, Harold Smith, jack Quinif, Bill Herchline, jerry Weston.
All-County Band: Bill Herchline, Lois Babb, jack Quinif, jane Dunlap, Bea Baker,
Clarence Jones, Bill Olah, Ethel Lee McMillin, Peggy Lou McKibben, Virginia Adams.
All-County Orchestra: Bill Olah and Bill Herchline.
The annual Athletic Banquet was held March 29 in the high school auditorium.
Our speaker on this occasion was Mr. johnny Brickels, assistant to Paul Brown of the
Cleveland Pro-Football Team. The banquet was given in celebration of Utica's three-
VALENTINE FORMAL DANCE
The Student Council introduced a new feature in the school calendar this year by
sponsoring a Valentine party on February 15. This was a formal dance, chaperoned
by Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Ball. Attractive decorations in the Valentine motif and special
lighting effects transformed the auditorium into a gala scene. The affair was so
enjoyed by all those present, that it is hoped this feature may become an annual event.
Utica High School staged its first annual Homecoming game on Friday, October 5.
On Thursday night, October 4, a snake dance was enjoyed by students and Friday, a
big homecoming parade was planned, led by the band and featured by many colorful
floats. The parade ended at the ball park, where Utica met Pataskala in the Home-
coming football game. Our band entertained between halves, presenting a number of
new and difficult formations arranged by Miss Denton. Friday night, an athletic party
was held in the high school auditorium, where Miss Dolores Seavolt was crowned
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F. H. A.
A summer vacation doesn't last very long so the F. H. A. of Utica High School
came back in September to begin production again.
The following officers were chosen to lead the group. Betty Rine, Presidentg
Marie Boyer, Vice President, Janice Brown, Secretary, Martha Simpson, Treasurer, and
Goldie Bero, Reporter. Mrs. Smith and Miss Logan were directors.
The F. H. A. has sold refreshments at the football and basketball games. Parties
were planned and enjoyed by all. -
We say farewell to the Seniors who are leaving the F. H. A. and good luck to
them in whatever they choose to do. . -Lenamae Lewir
F. F. A.
This fall, under the sponsorship of Mr. George McGuffy, thirty-six boys formed
the local chapter of the F. F. A. This is Mr. McGuffy's second year with the Utica
Due to the large class, they were able to carry on several interesting projects in
crop and animal husbandry. The group also attended stock sales, judging contests, and
exhibited stock at the Knox County Fair.
The officers for the year were: Clarence Jones, President, Herman Stradley, Vice-
President, Jack Walker, Secretary, Don Barrick, Treasurer, Paul Knight, Reporter,
Dale Billman, Sentinel.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE F. H. A.
JUNIOR F. H. A.
First Row Cleft to rightl-Julie Earlewine, Patty Riley, Oneita Jones, Mary Mason, Mary Sand-
man, Virginia Porter, Mrs. Smith Csponsorj, Norma Ellis, Virginia Adams, Wanda Debolt,
Kathryn Ellis, Vera Hays, Charlayne Reed, Janie Dunlap.
.Second Row Cleft to rightj-Betty Warthen, Thelma Farley, Neva Beever, Louise Hutton, Mary
Lou Nutter, Virginia Evans, Eleanor Babb, Marilyn McClelland, Ruth Maharg, Marie Thompson,
Charlotte Hale, Rose Nesbit, Betty Courson, Mabel Belcher, Trula Evans, Dorothy Hoyt.
Third Row Cleft to rigbtj-Susan Salyers, Myrtle Glover, Jackie Lake, Barbara Lipak, Eileen
Ryan, Betty Peters, Billie Armbrust, Leona Blough Martha Mason, Kathryn Osborn, Donna Lee
Jackson, Jeannette Popham, Ann Nardi, Freda Borden.
SENIOR F. H. A.
Firrt Row Cleft to riglatl-Martha Simpson, Lois Babb, Janice Brown, Betty Rine, Lenamae Lewis,
Goldie Bero, Marie Boyer, Mae Louise Hayes.
Second Row Cleft to rigbt2-Mrs. Smith Cadvisorl, Virginia Warthen, Carol Booth, Betty
Belcher, Myrtle Miracle, Betty Bell, Carolyn Curtis.
Third Row Cleft to rightl-Cleona Jones, Anna Mae Ewers, Imogene Horn, Dolores Airesman.
F. F. A.
liirrt Row Cleft to rightj-Robert Biggs, David Bline, Keith Stricker, Richard Myers, Jack Walker,
Herman Stradley, Clarence Jones, Mr. McGuffey Cadvisorb, Donald Barrick, Paul Knight, Dale
Billman, Richard Bell.
Second Row Cleft to rigbtj-Edgar Parkinson, Donald Parkinson, Gene Ramsey, Glen Kidwell,
Leland Walker, Paul Abbott, Carl Lescalleet, Melvin Bishop, Steve Sabo, Daniel Helphrey, Jim
Brown, Roger Smith, Ronald Stradley.
Third Row Cleft to rightj-Willard Donahey, Jack Handwerk, Hugh Whrel, Charles Tulloss,
Lloyd Preston, Forrest Swick, Richard Wright, Kenneth Wilkin, Richard Preston, Nelson Worth-
man, Nelson Spray, Charles McDonald.
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First Row Heated, left to right!-Betty Rine, Martha Meek, Elinor Hampshire, Lois Babb, Bar-
bara Miller, Shirlee Miller, Dolores Airesrnan.
Second Row frtamling, left to right!-Robert Adams, Glenn Spray, Frances Smoots, Carol Booth,
Ann Hankinson, Robin Kirkpatrick, William Nesbit.
LICKING HONOR SOCIETY
This year six seniors, Dolores Airesman, Lenamae Lewis, Martha Meek, Robert
Adams, William Nesbit, Glen Spray, and six juniors, Carol Booth, Ann Hankinson,
Frances Smoots, Shirlee Miller, Betty Rine, Robin Kirkpatrick, were elected to the
Licking Honor Society. Lois Babb, Barbara Miller and Elinor Hampshire had been
previously elected to the Society. -
Initiation ceremonies for the group were conducted February 6 at Johnstown High
School and membership pins were presented to new members. The group also attended
the annual Honor Banquet held late in the Spring.
The objects of the Society are to:
l. Create enthusiasm for broader and more thorough scholarship.
2. Stimulate desire to render service in school and out.
3. Develop strength and excellency of character.
4. Promote leadership.
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Left lo right-julia Earlewine, Mary Seavolt, Ann Hankinson, Dolores Seavolt, Ann Nardi.
On September 14, 1945, a group of girls
and boys assembled in the auditorium
after school. They were asked to lead a
few yells and then the meeting was dis-
missed. The following Monday a notice
was placed on the bulletin board listing
the chosen few. The Varsity cheerleaders
were Dolores Seavolt, Mary Seavolt, Ann
Hankinson, Julia Earlewine, and Anne
Nardi. The Reserve cheerleaders were Ruth
Troyer, Kathleen Evans, and Gwen Lake.
The alternates were john Ball, Dick Beebe,
and Norma Walker.
The cheerleaders have worked hard this
year and the successful pep meetings, snake
dances, and yells at all our athletic con-
tests show the results of their excellent
ability and coordination,
A cheering section was organized for the
basketball games and with the coopera-
First Row fleft to rigbzfl-Ruth Troyer, Kathleen
Evans, Gwen Lake.
Second Row fleft Jo right?-Richard Beebe,
Norma Walker, John Ball.
tion of this group, the cheerleaders demonstrated their skill in leading original and
Mrs. Bea Alford, as sponsor of the cheerleaders, assisted them to achieve a suc-
cessful year directing the enthusiasm of the Utica fans.
Utica High School can be proud to have been represented by this particular group
of cheerleaders. L
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1. "Four Little Girls", Shirlee BeMiller, jane Dunlap, Kathryn Ann Orsburn, Jeanette Popham.
2. "New Easter Bonnets"g Lee and Nancy Faulkner. 5. "Remember the Sixth Grade C194OD?"g
First Row-Lenamae Lewis, Mary jane Smith, Freda Debolt, Nancy Pritchard, Nola Devore.
Second Row-Janey Meek, Margie Cummins, Vivian Lake, Betty Bell, Ruth Beever. 4. "Look
what I have!"g jim Brown. 5. "Watch the Birdielng Martha, Roger, and Mary Mason. 6. "My,
How You've Grown", Janey Meek, Margie Cummins, Lois Babb, Vivian Lake. 7. "Their Hearts
Were Young and Gay", Janey Meek, Boots Lewis, Vivian Lake, Elinor Hampshire, Lois Babb.
8. "The Smile of Health and Beauty", Lois Babb. 9. "All Dressed Up", Mary Janet Mantonya,
Eleanor Babb, Ethel Lee McMillen, Wanda Conard, janey Meek, Anna Lee Blackstone, Lois Babb.
10. "My Little Brother and Me", Joy and Roger Smith. 11. "What Now, Little Man?"g Jules Ber-
nard. 12. "Strike Up the Band", Tin Toy Band C9 years agoj. 13. "Stately Lady", Wanda
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Our Pride ---- Licking County Champs
Fin! Row Cleft to rigbtj-Dave Troyer, Richard Davis, John Troyer, Jules Bernard, Calvin Frye,
George Quinif, Glen Spray, Robert Ryan, Robert Adams, jack Quinif, Don Barrick.
Second Row fleft to right!-Andrew Miller, Richard Bell, Von Green, john Stone, William Olah,
Fay Harper, Richard Gilbreath, Roger Mason, jim Brown, Robin Kirkpatrick, Mr. Yarman Ccoachb.
Third Row fleft to figlatj-Robert Smith Cmanagerb, Robert Green Cmanagerb, Carl Ryan, David
Reed, Carl Lescalleet, Jim McCann, Charles Good, William LaFeaver.
For the first time since 1926 our Utica Redskins won an undisputed championship.
The Redskins won seven games and tied only one, and that to Loudonville. This 1945
squad was probably the biggest and fastest team ever to represent Utica. The first
eleven was made up of seven seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman.
There are eight boys on our squad who won honors.
Mr. Yarman, our coach, was very successful in turning out an undefeated football
This 1945 team will be remembered as one of the best Utica has ever had.
1945 FOOTBALL SCORES
Utica. .... Alumni ...., .. i.,. 0 Utica ..............,. 45 Hartford
Utica oo..sss ssssos L oudonville .... 12 Utica . ..,. 58 Johnstown
Utica ,,,,,,, ,,,t , , Bellville ,,,,,,.. . . 0 Utica .,,...,, .,,, 3 1 Granville
Utica., o,s, ttsoss P ataskala 2 ..,s,, 12 Utica ..,.. 53 Hebron ,S
Totals , .,,.... ,253 42
Average ,.,,.., 6
The three highest scorers were as follows:
Dave Troyer ,.,,,...., ,r.... . 67 points
Don Barrick 49 points
Dick Davis . ,tr, 36 points
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'A' DON BARRICK, End-Barrick is a sophomore with two more years to play for our
Redskins. He was second in scoring with a total of 49 points. This was Barrick's
second straight year as an All-County player.
it GEORGE QUINIF, Tackle-Quinif is now in the U. S. Army. He was a junior and
another All-County player. Quinif was one of our big men in the forward wall. He
was excellent on the defense and offense.
'A' BOB ADAMS, Guard-Adams was one of the main cogs in the Redskins' football
machine. He hit the opponent like a Sherman tank. Bob is a senior and was chosen
on the All-County second team. A
'A' BOB RYAN, Center-With another year to go Bob should develop into an excellent
center and line backer. He is a junior.
'k GLENN SPRAY, Guard-Spray, another big man on our line, was noted for his
smashing tackles and offensive blocking. He is a senior and will be sadly missed
'A' JACK QUINIF, Tackle-Quinif was the largest man on the squad. tipping the scales
at 195 pounds. Since he is only a freshman he will be in the spotlight in the next three
years. Jack was chosen on the All-County second team.
i' CALVIN FRYE, End-Frye was excellent on the defense, and a very good pass
receiver on short passes. He is a senior and was placed on the All-County second team.
'k DICK DAVIS, Quarterback-Davis was third in scoring with a total of 36 points. He
was excellent at running ends and throwing short passes. Davis, a senior, was named
on the All-County first team.
'k JULES BERNARD, Halfback-Bernard was a hard runner once he got in the open
field. He could pick up a few yards when needed. He is a senior.
i' JOHN TROYER, Halfback-This was Troyer's Hrst year as a regular. He was a
blocking halfback and will be missed next year. He is a senior. John was chosen on
the All-County third team.
'A' DAVID TROYER, Fullback-Troyer was first in scoring with 67 points. He could
run the ends as well as smash through the line. Dave was chosen on the All-County
first team and received honorable mention in the state. He is a senior.
'A' JOHN STONE, End-Stone will be heard from a lot in the next two years. He was
another good pass receiver. Stone is a sophomore.
'k BILL CLAH, Tackle-This is Olah's first year and next year he should develop into
an excellent tackle. Bill is a junior.
'IK ROGER MASON, Guard-Mason made the first string guards fight to hold their
positions at all times. He was always playing in the opponents' backfield. Mason has
one more year.
'k DICK GILBREATH, Center-Gilbreath was a substitute center. He is a junior.
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Fin! Row C left to rigblj--Johnny Troyer, Bill Herchline, Dave Troyer, Calvin Frye, Dickie Davis.
Second Row fleft to right!-Bob Green Cmanagerj, Dick Bell, Dick Preston, Jack Quinif, Don
Barrick, Jules Bernard, Mr. Yarman Ccoachj.
Our champion Redskins had another successful season with a total of fourteen
wins and three losses. Our Redskins won over the Blue Aces from Granville for the
County Championship and the County Tournament. We entered the Class "B" Dis-
trict and for the first time in live years our Redskins were eliminated in the first round
by University High from Columbus by the score of 46-34.
Our makeshift lineups failed to slow the Champion Redskins. They appeared
as stron as ever b smotherin Summit, Alexandria, Etna ohnstown and Pataskala.
8 Y Y S ,
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 1945-46
57, .,..., .,,,.t.., G ranville .
37 ,.... Johnstown
42 ,t,,........,, Jacksontown
72,1 ,,,ccc ., Summit W
52 . ,,,t,,, .7 7 Alexandria
62 ,,..t.. ..,,,,,,t. E tna .cccc
51 .,.. .,.,, . Alexandria
45. ,,,,, , ,,,, Johnstown
60.. .,,,....tt Pataskala .
77 ...... Jacksontown
46 ,,... , .,,.. Granville .
78 1 .. . .. Homer
2, ,, , Johnstown t ,, 25
. .,,.. .,,,,, . W Hebron 26
. , Hanover-Toboso 53
, Granville ..,. .533
,, University 1.46
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Stand-ins ------ U. H. S. Papooses
First Row Cleft to rigbtl-Robert Smith, Robert Biggs, Charles Good, Charles McDonald, john
Stone, Roger Mason, James McCann, Richard Kirkpatrick.
Second Row Cleft to rigbtj-Mr. Ankrom Ccoachj, James Brown, William LeFever, Von Green,
Andrew Miller, Robin Kirkpatrick, Paul Rine, David Bline, Jack Hughes.
The Redskin Papooses finished a fairly successful season with the following record:
We Opponents They We Opponent: They
40 ,,,,,,,,e - ,,., Granville ....,. -. e,.,,,, 19 24 ,,,,.er ,,,,, A lexandria ,,.,... 62
22 ,,,,,,,eeeee,,,, Johnstown .,,, eee,,,,., 2 4 23 ,,,,..eeeee..,,, Jacksontown ,,,,., ,,.,... 2 9
22 ,,.,,,, Jacksontown ,,,, .ree - -W23 27.. ,,,,, t Pataskala .-.-...22
27... ,,,,,,, , e,eee Alexandria ,.,, reree - A. 51 34 .. eeee, . Granville ,....,. . ---,..-3O
43.1. ,,., ,ee,ee,,, E tna ,.,.... ...,...... - -17
BASEBALL OF '45
Last spring the Redskins of Utica High sailed through an undefeated season and
had the honor of representing Utica by meeting Granville for the Licking County
Championship in a game played at White's Field in Newark. Utica won by the score
of 14 to 7.
Mr. Yarman had a large squad from which to pick his first team and did a very
commendable job helping to bring another baseball trophy to Utica High School.
Dave Troyer stood on the mound burning the hands of Dale Hickman. Speedy
Wayne Curtis was on first while john Troyer was stationed at second. Don Barrick,
a fast freshman, filled the "hot alley" at shortstop while Dick Davis occupied third.
The outfield consisted of Don Biggs, Lee Allen, and Bob Adams as regulars while Roger
Mason, Jack Hughes, Robin Kirkpatrick, and Kent Woodruff substituted.
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Li. The first string. 5. That's the way, Gwen. 6. Eight girls that know their stuff. 7. Don Bar-
rick, sophomore Hash. 8. john and Jimmie. 9. The best in the business. 10. Guess who?
11. Remember when, Elinor? 12. The younger group. 13. Jimmie McCann. 14. Is that so?
15. It's a touchdown! 16. The boys can cheer, too. 17. Rodger, Don, and Dick. 18. "Fight,n
says Ruth. 19. Barbara Miller.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL 194 5 -4 6
ir DON BARRICK, Forward-Barrick was the leading scorer of our Champion Red-
skins with 177 points. He was an excellent deadshot from the corners of the court.
Barrick, due to his fine playing, was selected on the All-County first team. Barrick
is only a sophomore.
'A' DICK PRESTON, Forward-Preston was third in scoring with a total of 127 points.
He was known for stealing the ball from the opponent. His position will be hard to
fill next year. Preston is a senior.
'k JACK QUINIF, Center-Quiniff is the tallest man on the squad and only a freshman.
He was a good defensive and offensive player. Quinif was placed fourth in scoring
with a total of 95 points. He will be welcomed back for the next three years.
'A' DICK BELL, Guard-Bell was excellent on the Champions' fast break and zone
defense. He is a very fast man and a good shot. Bell is a senior and will be missed
on next year's starting five.
ik JULES BERNARD, Guard-Bernard, like Bell, was excellent on the fast break and a
good shot. Bernard is a senior.
'A' BILL HERCHLINE, Forward-Herchline had a pivot shot that was hard to lock. He
was also an excellent rebound man. Herchline is now serving with the U. S. Navy.
He is a senior.
Other members of the squad were as follows: Calvin Frye, john Troyer, Dick
Davis, and David Troyer. All four are seniors. Dave was ahnost a unanimous choice
for All-County honors and was further' honored by being mentioned in All-State
1944-45 COUNTY TOURNAMENT
We Opp onentr They
61. ...... ..,..... E tna .... .24
5 Z ..,... .... P ataskala ,.,,,. ..... 36
50 , . t.t. jacksontown .,,..t... .. ...41
39 ........ .... G ranville ...,.............. 44
1944-45 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
UVe Opponents They
55a .. tt... Lancaster St. Mary's ,
39. .... Columbus Holy Rosary .,... L33
46 ..... .... ..... G r anville .. ..... . . ..... L39
44 .. . ......... Magnetic Springs ..... 29
1944-45 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT
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Then, in less time than it takes to tell, we are soaring through the air at the rate of
80,000 miles per hour. We circle the world twice and are unbelievably hastening off
to the moon.
In less than two hours we arrive. There we are greeted at the rocket port by
Richard Wright, the honorable and trustworthy ambassador of the Moon.
Now we bid farewell to Dr. Conard and her staff and also to Mr. Young who has
decided to parachute back to earth and Mexico.
With our pilot and stewardess, we are expertly driven in a huge limousine to the
planet, Pluto, by the ambassadors chauffeur, Dale Billman. A Pluto is the "Honeymoon
Gardeni' of the universe. It is here we find the former coach of Ohio State, john
Troyer, and his newly acquired wife, the former Dolores Seavolt. Also, in the spot-
light we see Bill Herchline and his melo-melodious masters of music. While eating,
we secretly admire our dainty little waitress whom we later learn is our own Freda
Debolt. Freda seems to have been fortunate enough to become a blonde by some
means since teen-age. It seems that many people are accomplishing this feat by a
special preparation prepared and sold by Lady Vivian, formerly known to us as Vivian
Lake. We spend a glorious time here at the Garden and then we return to earth via
the rocket ship.
As we reach the earth we pass over the world's most powerful broadcasting station
in San Francisco. Inside we see people rolling in the aisles as a result of laughter.
Our pilot recircles this area to learn the reason of this strang episode and we find that
it is Fay Harper, a famous comedian, who is entertaining the world with his witty and
In the midst of all this we see Dave Troyer, the big, handsome blue-coat who is
captain of the New York Police Department. He came from New York to deliver
a special note to Mr. Harper from Robert L. Green, Mayor of New York City, which
requested Mr. Harper please to keep his best jokes to himself because when he told
them he created too much disorder over New York.
As we soar over Beverly Hills, we look out the window to see a huge cabin plane
sailing past with a sign trailing from it saying "JUST MARRIED." Upon further
observance we notice the new brides and grooms. They are Dolores Airesman and her
long pursued Peter Lawford and-occupying the next seat back is Pat Le May and her
recently captured three-star general. flt all runs in the family.J Piloting this Honey-
moon Hopper is our own little Lizzy Parkenson, first lady to be given the privilege of
piloting this run.
Flying over Hollywood we see a large neon sign with these names: BOYER,
SIMPSON, MIRACLE, CULLISON and DEVORE. We inquire of a fellow passenger
and learn that this is the largest motion picture business yet running. These women
started out with little or nothing and have achieved the right to be called "the live
richest individuals in God's Kingdom."
From over the Golden Gate Bridge at San Francisco, we look down and see a
tiny black speck on the bridge. Coming within range of sight we see it is Dick
Preston, one of the world's most skillful exterior decorators, very busily dabbing paint
upon the rusted surface. He and his partner expect to complete the job within ten
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days. His partner, Kenneth Wilkin, is working part time to help himself financially
to complete his theological education as he is planning to become a minister.
We see on the middle span of the bridge a young man--sitting. We look closer
and see it is Calvin Frye fishing for lobsters. He has a thriving business keeping the
restaurants of the Western States supplied with lobsters. Heading north, we descend
over Portland to see a huge building built across the Columbia River. This building
was built theoretically to save time, labor, and money. The theory was to put cans in
the bottom of the river, then when the fish swam over the cans, by remote control the
containers were elevated to the building where they need only to be sealed. This plan
did not work because the fish were too large for the small cans. But making the best
of their error, Ruth Beever, Virginia Warthen, Betty Bell, and Shirley Good are still
in the fishing industry by regular means of securing larger cans at a higher price. These
dames have organized into the "Daughters of Neptune," a thriving sorority for owners,
operators, and workers of the fishermen of America.
Having decided to return to Ohio we head straight in that direction. Passing over
some fine farming land we see a huge barn covering most of an acre. On top is written
"BELL 8: WALKER-Dealers in Horses and Cattle." We soon learn this 'immense
tract of land is owned by these friends of ours. lt is devoted to the raising of the
worldis most productive dairy cattle and the world's most fashionable riding horses.
At last we arrive back in Utica and, after our ship is hydraulically stopped, we
step out to plant our feet once again upon the earth. To evade trafiic we take a short-
cut leaving Brinkerhoff Field at the north gate. We cross a by street and step into a
corner newsstand which we learn is owned and operated by Bill Nesbit who is now
working on his second million dollars.
It is here we buy a copy of "jANEY'S JOURNAL," Americais most informative
publication. This paper is edited and censored by Martha Meek and her star reporter
is Donnelda Hutton, the most inquisitive reporter in the business.
Leafing through the Journal we notice an advertisement for Madison Square
Garden. In this ad we see a picture of Lee Faulkner in the middle of one of her high
dives which has made her world famous. In this sensational dive, from the time she
leaves the platform, she turns two somersaults, does a beautiful swan dive, eats a sand-
wich, drinks a coke and does three backward flips before disappearing into the water.
She has traveled around the world four times presenting this unbelievable feat.
In the editorial section we find an article written by the Secretary of Agriculture,
Clarence jones, expressing his views upon the problem of whether the chicken or the
egg came first. He says the egg came first because he believes the first thing one should
encounter on any day is a large plate of scrambled eggs. Also, we read in the foot-
note that this editorial was dictated by him to his extremely practical secretary, Barbara
Koontz, who was recently crowned "Queen of Secretaries."
Turning to the classified ads we see an ad from Lady Mary Jane's Beauty Salon,
stating as an advertisement, that Elinor Hampshire, Lady Supreme Court Justice, is one
of her many satisfied customers.
Among the theatrical advertisements we read that Lois Babb has achieved great
fame as a singing and dancing partner to his highness, the King of Swoon, Cooperrider.
We also read in the "Hedda Hopper's column" that Imogene Horn is now happily
married to a brilliant actor and is making her home in Beverly Hills.
On the financial page we see where Richard Davis has gone far in the field of
petroleum research. His business is now worth 310,000,000 and he is figuring on
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expanding it. Richard's business involves the direct extraction of kerosene from the
earth, a process discovered and patented by Dick and his contemporaries.
Last but not least, we turn to the funny page. We find striking cartoons and
comic strips there, created by Lenamae Lewis. We also find in one corner of this page
an article giving advice to the lovelorn written by Betty Higgins.
The preceding undehnable piece of literature was written by two unheard of, long
forgotten, never remembered, struggling writers of 20th century composition, Eileen
Smith and Bob Adams.
Q Continued from page 1 41
Troyer, John Troyer, Richard Davis, Calvin Frye, jack Nethers, Mark Spray, Richard
Preston, Jules Bernard, William Herchline and Richard Bell.
Several of the young voices were heard in the Glee Clubs and Norma Dispennette
was chosen from the class as the Drum Majorette for the peppy Utica High School
The young reporters did their job of keeping the news up to date in the Ink Splash.
Then May came and one year of production was over and the three months vaca-
tion was very well earned.
Back at work again after the summer vacation the class had lost some members
along the way, and now consisted of only seventy-two members. Mr. Yarman was the
leader of the group. A new set of oflicers were chosen. President, Robert Adams,
Vice President, Eileen Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, William Nesbit, Student Council
Representative, David Troyer. Builder Staff Members were Elinor Hampshire, Martha
Meek, Lois Babb, and Mary Jane Smith. Some of the class served on the Ink Splash
and Library StaH.
Some of the boys of the class were determined to make sports history. john
Troyer, Jules Bernard, Dean Thogmartin, Calvin Frye, Robert Adams, Richard Davis,
and William Herchline were on the football team. David Troyer, Mark Spray, jules
Bernard, Richard Bell, Richard Preston, John Troyer, William Herchline, Richard
Davis, and Calvin Frye played basketball. john Holmes was assistant manager for the
Many of our group were talented singers and musicians so we were fortunate to
have several members in the band and Glee Clubs.
Once more May came and the group joyously began their summer vacation.
Production began again with sixty young members ready to work. The following
class officers were elected: Mark Spray, President, Glen Spray, Vice President, Marie
Evans, Secretary, Eileen Smith, Treasurer, David Troyer, Student Council Representative.
Martha Meek was chosen Assistant Editor of the Builder. The following staff was
elected: Donnelda Hutton, Duane Arck, Lois Babb, Eileen Smith, Barbara Miller,
Dolores Airesman, Leatrice Faulkner, David Troyer, Robert Adams, William Nesbit,
and Lenamae Lewis. Barbara Miller was chosen Representative of Utica High School
on the Lickingana for the year of 1945-1946.
The young athletes were becoming better and better throughout the years. Richard
Davis, Glen Spray, Robert Adams, Fay Harper, and Jules Bernard served on the foot-
ball squad. Robert Green was manager. Dolores.Seavolt was chosen from the junior
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Class to help lead cheers to speed the boys on to victory. Richard Davis, John Troyer,
David Troyer, Calvin Frye, William Herchline, Mark Spray, Richard Bell, Richard
Preston, and Jules Bernard played on the varsity basketball team.
Lois Babb was elected Vice President of the Student Council. In her Senior year,
she automatically became President.
The junior Class presented the play, "Galloping Ghosts," and the cast, Leatrice
Faulkner, Martha Meek, Donnelda Hutton, Marie Evans, Dolores Seavolt, Eileen Smith,
Neil McPeek, Duane Arck, Robert Adams, William Nesbit, and Mark Spray really
showed their ability to act.
In May a successful junior-Senior Banquet was sponsored by the junior Class.
Spring rolled around quickly and some of the Junior girls ushered at Baccalaureate
and Commencement Exercises.
Summer vacation at last and the class left the school building with the thought
that next fall would be the last one for them at Utica High School.
The last year of production for the class of '46 had begun in the fall of 1945. The
new set of officers were chosen: Bob Adams, President, Leatrice Faulkner, Vice Presi-
dent, Dolores Alresman, Treasurer, Martha Meek, Secretary, and Dolores Seavolt,
Student Council Representative.
Dolores Seavolt was again chosen as one of the cheerleaders. Fay Harper, Jules
Bernard, Robert Adams, Glen Spray, Richard Davis, john Troyer, David Troyer, and
Richard Bell represented the class on the football squad. John Troyer, Richard Davis,
David Troyer, Calvin Frye, William Herchline, Richard Preston., Richard Bell, and
Jules Bernard played basketball. Realizing it was their last year, the boys played their
best. Robert Green served as Manager for the football and basketball teams.
Many of the Senior voices were heard in the choruses. Some of the class tried
their hand at writing for the Ink Splash.
The Seniors presented the play, "A Voice in the Dark," and it was very successful.
Some of the Seniors participated in the Builder play, "Come Out of the Kitchen."
The year passed swiftly and soon came Baccalaureate on May 19th and then Com-
mencement on May 23rd. The Seniors leave Utica High School with the thought that
some day they may come back to renew old memories. -Lemzmae Lewir.
CLASS OF 1947
fC0nlinued from page 24,
Serving on the Student Council were Shirlee Miller, Ann Hankinson, Betty Rine,
and William Olah.
One of the biggest shows produced during the year was their class play, "Headed
for Eden." Due to the splendid directing of Mrs. Tulloss and the co-operation of the
cast and all who helped in every way it was a great success.
Shirlee Miller, Carol Booth, Betty Rine, Robin Kirkpatrick, Ann Hankinson, and
Frances Smoots were chosen to membership on the Licking County Honor Society.
The initiation service held at Johnstown was very inspiring.
A full and happy year was climaxed by the Junior-Senior banquet, where there
was "Music in the Air." -Betty Rine
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We bequeath to Mrs. Helphrey a pair of high-powered glasses because we know
she's ruined her eyes looking for a bright eighth grade student.
To Mr. Ankrom we bequeath a pamphlet on "What to Do With Giggling Girls."
We hope this will solve one of your biggest teaching problems.
We leave to Miss Denton a high starched collar, horn-rimmed glasses, and a
hickory stick so she will not be mistaken for a high school student
To Mr. Boyd, we leave the honored position of playing first clarinet in the
U. H. S. Band.
To Mrs. Langdon we bequeath a new post-war model station wagon that she might
start a taxi service between Newark and Utica. We know the trade will be good.
To Miss Logan we leave a telephone with a private line and no charges for long
To Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Krietler, and Mrs. Smith, we leave a WELCOME
mat from Utica High School.
We will to Charlene a pair of scissors attached to a ball and chain so you can
keep them within reaching distance.
To Mike we leave S5500 and a lease on one pool-table. The S500 is to take care
of all losses contracted by the Sophomore "pool-sharks."
To the Iuniors we leave a preventive against "Senior-iris." The Faculty doesnt
want you in as serious condition as we were.
To the Sophomores we leave the wonderful feeling that comes with being U. C.'s,
To the Freshmen we will a box in which they may store all their childish pos-
sessions, now that they are about to become sophisticated sophomores.
To the Seventh and Eighth Grades we leave our best wishes that they may spend
four years in high school as successfully as we have done.
I, Betty Howell, leave my witty sayings to Beulah Pierce so that in the future she
can make remarks other than, "Was somebody bawlin' for Beulah?"
I, jack Walker, leave my agricultural knowledge to my brother Leland so he can
do the chores while I spend my time in Mt. Vernon.
I, Donnelda Hutton, bequeath my "running Walk" to Annie Nardi. With this
you can take care of Ritchey's Saturday night rush, Annie.
I, Elinor Hampshire, leave to johnny Stone an extra box of thumb-racks. I like
to see things POPPING, too.
I, Bob Adams, bestow upon Eddie Smith my honorable position at the Utica
Hardware. Be sure to publicize it like I did, Eddie.
I, Dolores Airesman, leave my success as a blonde beauty" to Ruth Maharg.
I, Ruth Beaver, leave my shy, timid nature to my sister Neva. Don't abuse it,
I, Ed Young, leave my familiar hair style to Paul Knight. This gives your culrs
a change of direction, Paul.
We, Clarence Jones and Billy Nesbit, bequeath the keys to our hearts to the
I, Dolores Seavolt, will to my sister Mary my ability to hold one man as success-
fully as I have done.
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I, Glenn Spray, leave to the big study hall a radio. This will help enrich the
minds of our students in an entirely different way.
I, Fay Harper, leave my fascinating sense of humor to Daniel Helphery.
I, Mary jane Smith, leave to the Mason twins instructions on how to PAINT.
l specialize in DRAWING men, girls.
I, Betty Higgens, leave my humble way to Rosayn McCann.
l, Lenamae Lewis, leave my string of jokes to joe Nardi. You can use some of
them in next year's Builder, joey.
We, Martha Simpson and Imogene Horn, bequeath our diamond rings to jerry
Weston and Andy Miller. We know money's scarce, boys, so here's your golden
I, Calvin Frye, leave my little dog "Tannie" to Marcella Hunter. "Tannie" will
help keep the wolves away, Marcella, but please put her out at nights.
I, Lizzy Parkinson, leave my Spanish book to anyone who will have the darn
I, Dave Troyer, leave my muscles to the remaining boys in U. H. S. Don't rush,
boys, there's plenty to go around.
I, Nola Devore, will my glasses to next year's Chit-Chat writer so they can see all,
hear all, and tell all, just as I have done.
I, Lee Faulkner, leave a pair of shoes to my sister Nancy so she may follow in my
I, Bob Green, will my position as athletic manager to Bernard Young in hopes
that he can keep track of the stolen football jerseys.
I, Bud Holmes, leave my hard-earned pilot's license to Dick Kirkpatrick so he
can see more than one girl an evening.
I, Barbara Koontz, bequeath my charming ability to be teacher's pet to Dick
We, Freda Debolt and Shirley Good, leave our secret love letters to next year's
English classes so they can learn the fundamentals of letter writing.
I, jules Bernard, leave my frown to Von Green so Von won't get wrinkles from
smiling so much.
I, Dale Billman, 'will that warm front seat on Smithy's bus to Herman Stradley so
next year there will be no disputes.
I, Marie Boyer, will my hearty giggle to Jack Handwerk, and hope he can control
it better than I did.
I, Betty Cullison, leave my numerous absence slips to Lloyd Preston. just a few
to add to your collection, Lloyd.
I, Dick Davis, will my speed to Roger Mason with the warning to use only where
sports are concerned.
We, Wanda Conard and Vivian Lake, leave our typewriters to Harold Smith.
One for each hand, Harold, then you can type twice as fast.
I, Betty Bell, bestow upon Wanda Debolt my ability to argue so that next year
the school won't be without a good spat now and then.
I, Dick Bell, leave my future Army address to Barbara Miller.
I, Myrtle Miracle, leave my pancake make-up to Frosty to cover up his freckles.
I, Duane Arck, will my knack for reckless driving to Johnnie Nesbit. You already
have the big car, Nesie. With this aid you can take those corners faster.
I, Kenneth Wilkin, bequeath a bouquet of FORGET-ME-NOTS to Flossie Evans.
I, Joy Smith, bequeath my baton and strutting boots to Mary janet Mantonya with
the encouragement that practice makes perfect.
I, Bill Herchline, leave to all Junior boys this slogan: "Join the Navy and evade
the final Government exam."
I, May Louise Hays, leave my lofty stature to Bea Baker. No kidding, when you're
tall, you can see a lot you otherwise miss!
I, Dick Wright, request that my keen sense of humor be divided equally among
jack Benny, Fred Allen, and Bob Hope, that they might spice up their programs as I
have done in my classes.
I, Virginia Warthen, bequeath my super-delicious recipes to Ann Hankinson.
Remember that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, Ann.
I, Pat LeMay, bequeath to Bea Pierce my good looking figure, that it might fulfill
the qualifications for becoming the Powers Model that she desires to be.
I, Ruth Frye, after due deliberation, tearfully leave my out-of-town fellows to
Carol Booth. Maybe this will bring your dreams to reality, Carol.
I, John Troyer, leave my evenings to Dolores Seavolt.
I, Eileen Rice, will my quiet way of talking to Anna Mae Beebe, that she might
bring the level of her natural speaking voice from High C down to Middle C.
I, Dick Preston, bequeath my basketball skill to Robin Kirkpatrick.
I, Barbara Miller, leave all my Government notes to Marilyn McCelland. With
that extra year of study, you should be a straight-A Government student.
I, Lois Babb, leave my little red-headed brother to Betty Rine. He'll prove to be
very entertaining, especially when you have VISITORS.
I, Janey Meek, bequeath my rabbit's foot, four-leaf clover, and horseshoe for good
luck to next year's Builder Editor with the special wish that all write-ups might be in
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal this 23rd day of
May, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-six.
CLASS or 1946
fC0n1inued from page 531
'k FAY HARPER, Guard-Harper was a hard charging guard. The opponents had lots
of trouble going through his side of the line. He is a senior.
'k ANDY MILLER, Tackle-Miller was excellent on the defense. Miller will probably
be moved to a fullback next year. He is a junior.
'A' ROBIN KIRKPATRICK, End-Kirkpatrick in the future will be another good end. He
is a junior.
it JIM MCCANN, Quarterback-With two more years to go McCann will develop into
an excellent quarterback. He is a sophomore.
'A' DAVE REED, Halfback-Reed was a very good defensive player and a good ball
carrier. Much will be heard from him next year. Reed is a sophomore.
i' VON GREEN, Halfback-Green along with Reed will make an excellent halfback
in the next two years. Green is also a sophomore.
i' BILL LE FEVER, Fullback-This was Le Fever's first year. Although he was not a
regular he saw rnuch action. Before he graduates we shall hear more of him.
Other members of the squad were: Charles Good, Carl Ryan, Dick Myers, Jim
Brown and Bob Green fManagerD.
CLASS OF '49
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garden, Katherine Orsburn, Donna jackson, and Jeanette Popham. Builder represen-
tatives were Charles Good and Roger Smith. I A
In addition to these activities many of the boys took part in athletics. William
LeFever, James Brown, Jack Quinif, and Charles Good were on the football squad.
When basketball season began we found William LeFever, James Brown, and Charles
Good playing on the Reserve Basketball team and were further honored to find Jack
Quinif on the Varsity Basketball team.
Thus beginning their high school career the class shows promise of valuable
service to Utica High School. -Charles Good
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Your Appearance Is Our Business
HARRY J. RUUK
21 S. Park Newark, Ohio
THE PLACE TO GO
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WE SELL ALL LINES OF INSURANCE
FIRE, VVIND. AUTOMOBILE, AND LIFE
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DRESS TO WIN SUCCESS!
Good Appearance is a stepping stone
upon which a man mounts, victorious.
to success. Neglect of appearance is a
millstone around the neck of the van-
quished as he bewails the chances
coming his way that he threw away.
Therefore . . .
DRESS WELL and SUCCEED
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HETHER you freeze your own garden produce for storage.
or buy frozen foods from your dealer. they open up a
whole new world in meal planning . . . solve the problem easily
Many of the new refrigerators will have frozen food storage space
built right in. A time and money saver, with frozen food storage.
you can stock up with garden fresh vegetables. with meats and fowl.
with fruit-in fact. complete meals.
This is just another phase of Electrical Living. Electric refrigera-
tion and cooking, Electric hot water plus automatic laundering equip-
ment. adequate lighting. air conditioning, house cleaning. all smooth
out into simple and easy tasks. And remember that there is much less
cleaning and redecorating to be done in a home run by clean. cool.
Use Electricity to the fullest in your home. As appliances are put
on the market. and your budget will allow, gradually add to your
electrical equipment for smart living.
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