Utica High School - Builder Yearbook (Utica, OH)

 - Class of 1947

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Liclfinfaha 2 6 ,hd H4blica'h'on af 4,16- C, , Licking Conn-l'y High Sched Q KQ 5"flLdCh+ Cau.m:U 5 Sm ,. 071 fifbz ffglf ww QQ LQ Q p P ' 'x 'f ' 0 -O E Q IRL Wx jalfltngl-V 1 '-, W" N3 VOLJII NO, 111 1' 1' if 1 . 9 4 X , to ?' DEDICATION We are mindful of the sacrifice and effort of our teachers who have given themselves unselfishly to the task of leadership. We have always been con- scious of their earnest, constant, and stimulating influence. The congenial relationship so evident between teachers and students in Licking County will ever be a fountain of strength. We, the Lickingana Staff, are proud to recognize our friends by dedicating this 1947 year book to our Licking County teachers. This page sponsored by Denison University xx N fc C w pgpwvf 4-91 N' X " - .' 0.5-X" A , If . an ax ' 4 aa, f ff CONTENTS Frontispiece Dedication All-County Section Jacksontown Hebron Kirkersville Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala Homer Hanover-Toboso Summit Autographs I lg H l 2 4 28 32 56 40 44 48 52 56 60 64 68 72 76 BO This page sponsored by John J. Carroll Q STAFF -r gg Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Baseball Honor Society Citizenship Spring Festival Basketball ll-Man Football Student Council Social 6-Man Football Art Editor Asst. Art Editor Adviser Marjorie Jones Jacksontown Robert Walters Hebron Betty Keller Kirkersville James Ashbrook Johnstown Beatrice Pierce Utica Orma Joan Mayer Etna Barbara Taylor Granville Roland Peterman Hartford Robert Williams Alexandria David Beeson Pataskala Don Roby Homer Marilyn Acord Hanover-Toboso Audrey Carrick Su it Bonnie Mitchell Jacksontown Jean Giffen Kirkersville Mrs. Florence Sebold Jacksontown This page sponsored by Stewart Bros. and Allard Co. 4 . CXMIIEIIIQ BEADS f o 9' I? X if N HOSLER FISCHER MUSGRAVE Alexandria Hebron WEISER Kirkersville CLARK Jecksontown Homer SEBOLD WEBSTER Johnstown BLACK COBB Summit County County SPIES U Hanover-Tobos COCHRUN Etna MARTIN Granville TENNANT Hhrtford KACTAVISH Utica 'mil P860 Sponsored by K1ng'a Department Store 5 MAUGER Pataskala .STUDE JOUNCIL Alexandria Harold Glenn Patricia Goodman Homer Richard Niebel Vernon Keckley Etna James Sands Bonnie Randall Jacksontown Harold Eagle Dean Wince Marjorie Jones Advisers - Granville Jack Piper Sam Schwarzkopf Hanover-Toboso Jeane Wolford Joan Henderson Kirkersville Betty Keller Jean Christopher Hartford Jack Clayton Clarioe Cook Hebron Richard Walters Elmer Martin Lillian Raab, Stanley Mar t This page sponsored by the Roe Emerson Store 6 Johnstown Myfanwy Lintner Jack Webster Summit Lou Ann Roby Jane Frame Utica Beulah Pierce John Stone Pataskala Patty Games Dean Ramsey Harry Manger in, and Lester Black V COU,y +R fy c'rivi'T1ES f? This p ge ponsored by Robinson btudio, Columbus 7 HOHUB fDOOIETx Heb? on Granville Ut ica Esther Browr Normajean Francis Ruby Johnston JoAnn Clark Betty Ruth Penick Joan Kissick Ellen Oldaker Dorothy McM1llen Sue Holtsberry Patty Hasson Johnstown Joan Needles Anna Hopkins Marlyn Smith Helen Canaday Carol Ann Dowell Myfanwy Lintner Betty Welch Summit Audrey Carrick Mamie Lou Starr Lois Bruner Homer Elaine McGruder Jacksontown Marjorie Jones Ruby Lane Margaret Ann Kier Janet Graham Barbara Taylor Beverly Ingle Nancy Lou Heft Patricia Williams Nancy Sylvanus Margaret Titus Pataskala Ann Conway Carol Herbst Martha Nichols Charity Rhodeback Doris Cole Hanover-Toboso Eloise Nethers Twila Lothes Mary Jane Denman Marylin Acord Jonquil Hibler Betty Rine Carol Booth Shirlee Miller Ann Hankinson Frances Smoots Pauline Cole Virginia Adams Peggy McKibben Ethel Lee McMillan Marilyn McClelland Phyliss Warthen Rosayn McCann Beulah Pierce Alexandria Martha Price Jeanie Mercer Margaret Fischer Ruth Ham ond Agnes Temple Etna Isabel Cooperrider Mary White Hartford Kathleen Curry JoAnn Porschet Glarice Cook Naomi Higgins Bonnie Randall Doris Heimberger Kirkersville Jeanne Moore Imogene Stewart Betty Keller This page sponsored by Horner's Newark Paint Company 8 Honow 5001 T Alexandria Robert Williams Kirkersville Samuel Hite, Jr. John Welch Hartford Jack Clayton Utica Robin Kirkpatrick Bob Ryan Dave Reed Ho er J' Alan Megaw Vernon Keckley Richard Niebel Johnstown Don Hoover James Ashbrook Clyde Longwell Jack Webster William Wright Otto Smith Pataskala Arlo Dixon Bob Donaldson Richard Caner Harry Mauger Summit Richard Bruner Robert Woodruff Etna James Sands Louis Clark S Granville James Miller Hal Kennedy Harold Piper Richard Bennett Sam Schwarzkopf Dudley Orr Laurence Crocker Richard Saunders Hebron Robert Walters Elmer Martin Paul Cass Richard Walters Jacksontown Philip Linn Dean Wince This page sponsored by G. 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Hunter, Royal Typewriters 9 f Cifizen Bennett Lees Loretta Camden Union 4 Summit 1 Q QYXQPQ 'af I Qs 4 Ya Q Ypqtx go , v Q Ralph Leslie Hanover-Toboso James King Maxine Reynolds Pa ta ska la Hebl' 01'1 This page sponsored by Crane-Kreig-Flory Hardware Co. 10 Mildred Watkins Etna Robert Prince Jacksontown Cdl Cifiz Lois Babb Robert Pickens Utica Homer 4- 06,36 S640 'P46' b'fZc fp Robert Heimberger Beatrice Barous Kirkersville Johnstown J lv Margaret Richards Frank Bowman ggrzgoig Alexandria Granville This page sponsored by The Hub 11 A HI GTO HIP This page sponsored by the Ohio Power Company 12 IH IHIIESTIU Hebron Pataskala Joanne Cass David Beeson Paul Cass Sara Folk Sue Holtsberry Ellen Oldaker Nancy Voorhees Dorothy McM1l1en Patricia Hasson Jacksontown Ruth Bringardner Vivian McComb Paul Parsons Dick Parker Arlo Dixon Dean Ramsey Harry Manger Hartford Kathleen Curry This page sponsored by The Fashion 15 Johnstown Maryln Smith Bill Grove Clyde Longwell Jack Webster Granville James Toy John Brown Larry Crocker Utica Virginia Adams Qffii Jacksontown Marjorie Jones Marguerite Fulk Carol Griffith Huby Lane Bonnie Mitchell Betty Nichols Sum it Lois Bruner Helen Hammock Clara Jane Horch Jean Bundy Juanita Folk Mamie Lou Starr Alexandria Helen Harmon Shirley Jones Martha Price Shirley Beaver Kathryn Coakley Wanda Kintz Homer Patty Lou Hayes Alberta St. John Shirley Cunningham Betty Douglass Sarah Myers Patty Weaver Marilyn Geho Patty Long Hanover-Toboso Joann Fairall Jonquil Hibler Mary Jane Barrick Peggy Osborn Leona Wright Mary Jane Denman Granville Nancy Lou Heft Alison Cunlngham Christina Null Beverly Ingle Barbara Taylor Myrtle Sowards Kirksrsville Betty Mae Cohee Betty Jean Keller Joann Kincaid Mary Jean Swartz Carol Gheen Thelma Williams Dolores St. John Hartford Etna Mary Wilkinson Martha Herriott Naomi Higgins Mary Rucker Charlotte Denton Kathleen Curry This page sponsored by Robinson Studio, Col 14 Georgia Porschet Jo Ane Porschet Hebron Patricia Stickley Daisy Doughty Maxine Frischen Evelyn Doughty Ruby Parker Jeannetta House, Utica Beulah Pierce Pat Chvatal Mary Seavolt Carol Booth Betty Rine Eleanor Babb Pataskala Edith Patten Charity Rhodeback Chloe Ingle Ann Conway Amy Beadle Charlene Parsons Johnstown umbus Joan Needles Joan Naginey Mary Jane Dunbar Mary Appleman Myfanwy Lintner Janice Welch Qc? Granville Frank Hannahs Wilson Stough Leo Anderson Gene Bline Dick Horton Bill Young Hanover-Toboso Richard Hardy Raymond Day Robert Osborn James Sidle Jacksontown Richard Morton Bill Davis Gary Claypool Bruce Thogmartin Jerry Cummings Kirkersville Joel Taylor John Welsh Henry Miller Johnstown Otto Smith Donald Woods Charles Hall Harold Smith Tom Denman Pataskala Arthur Warner Ronald Frankenberg Ira Poff Robert Donaldson Richard Fields Richard Montis Utica Harold Smith Bernard Young Charles McDonald B111 Olah Homer Earl Coss Neil Beever Don Douglass This page sponsored by Newark College of Commerce 15 Summit Richard Bruner Richard Bundy Richard Geiseck Howard Fravel Joe Camden Robert Woodruff Hebron Homer Poorman Ronnie Walters Russ Oliver Bob Walters Dick Walters James Petty Hartford Roland Peterman Gilbert Duncan George Edwards David Ashbrook Jack Clayton Jerry Harris WBAND Pataskala Johnstown Hartford Sara Folk Pat Games Martha Woolard Harry Mauger Dean Ramsey Arlo Dixon Martha Ann Nichols Dick Parker Hebron Betty Penick Sue Holtsberry Ellen Oldaker Nancy Voorhees Dorothy McMillan Patty Clark Virginia Byrd George Allen Patricia Hasson JoAnn Clark John Bounds Janice Frischen Maryln Smith Betty Welch Donna Mae Wyckoff Louise Ashbrook Otto Smith Jack Webster Robert Sanford Clyde Longwell Jean Moreland Mary Dugan Ortha Ann Grubb Bill Grove Utica Peggy McK1bben Ethel Lee McMillan Virginia Adams Carlton Riley Jane Dunlap Bea Baker Jacksontown Dean Wince Kenneth Seymour This page sponsored by The Ohio Fuel Gas Company 16 Clarice Cook Wendell Davidson Jack Clem Jo Ane Porsohet Naomi Higgins Richard Cox Kathleen Curry Granville Margaret Titus Larry Crocker Carol Lantz Tom Kier John Fletcher Phoebe Clark Dick Bennett Dudley Orr Bob Burris ' Summit Jane Frame Delores Shaffer Wilma Jean Randall Herbert Fravel OOT BA LL Q'm'13s lst Row - Cleft to rightl - Robert Burr, Ira Poff, Sheldon Voorhees, Robert Mahorney, Ronald Franken- berg, David Mortz. 2nd Row - Cleft to right! - Vernon Bowihier, Robert Donaldson, John Co bs, Harry Mauger, Jack Klema, Dick Parker, Olen Poff, Richard Montis, Neal Ash- craft, Arlo Dixon, David Beeson. 5rd Row - Cleft to righth - J. R. Brammer, Coachg Dick Fields, Managerg Sidney Presely, Max Shrigly, Robert Welch, William Watson, Dean Ramsey, John Beadle, Julian Zuene, Clell Greenwood, Dick Caner, Manager. This page sponsored by Best Jewelry Store 17 1 xl xk x JN QW 6 MAN Foo TBALL zafmafafs ALEXANDRIA lst How - tleft to rightl Johnny Byrd, John Reese, Harold Revercomb, Eugene Castle, Robert Williams, Dale Brush. 2nd Row - Cleft to rightj Jack Parsons, Manager, Paul Ashbrook, Donald Reid, James Coakley, Ed ward Dumbauld, Robert Rathburn, Asst. Manager, George Whitehead, Coach. ...sbs Xu.. x n -xxgxx ' fn- .,,,.,...f.,Anl' fZ4""7 .. ' 'fig av- .-5, '7' '7-:-rS-- ETNA lst Row - Cleft to right! Jerry Lee, Cecil Trimmer, Dick Dunlop, Louis Clark, Jim Sands, B111 Wolfe. 2nd Row - Cleft to rightl Dick Gummera, Jack Smith, B111 Snider, Bill Parkin- son, Dick Park1nson,Roger Pickering, Gene Newlun, E. A. Cochrun, Coach. 3rd Row - Cleft to rightl Wayne Bryan,Grover Brick- er, Joe Palmer, George Doherty. This page sponsored by Harry J. Rook, Newark BASKETBALL CMMS ALEXANDRIA First Row Cleft to rightl- Virgil McCullough, Chester Mason, Gene Castle, Bob Williams, Don Reid. Second Row Cleft to rightl - Albert Ashbrook, Managerg Paul Ashbrook, Jack Parsons, Don Brush, John Reese, Karl Bishop, George White- head, Coach. Jacksontown 30 Uti 25 Su it 30 OH Utica 52 Utica 55 Pataskala 28 Pataskala 46 Pat sk la 29 Hanover-Toboso 25 9 a Hartford 40 Hartford 52 Hebron 24 A1 dri 32 exan a gggggndria 23 Alexandria 35 Alexandria 31 gjjggjjfill' ig Granville 57 t 58 Granville 29 52225 own 29 Johnstown I 43 Consolation game Granville 28 Utica 26 This page sponsored by Sears Roebuck and Company 'IQ BASEBALL UTICA First Row - Kleft to right! - Roger Mason, Don Barrick, Jules Bernard, Dave Troyer, Dick Davis, John Troyer, Paul Rine. Second Row - Kleft to right! - David Reed, Manager, Charles Good, Robin Kirkpatrick, Calvin Frye, Jack Quinif, Junior Harper, John Stone, Carl De Wiggens, L. E. 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Q ',iWii Swam. f H . 7. , ,F Algh'-g-2234 , f . 412: 7 wg H V' P4?Eglk,, F K . - A.-' if " 4 1 ' , MM... 1"f Q uf' UN .J . g 5:51 Z V1 an ,..,--.... , W -W .., ,ZH S-f W J This page sponsored by a Friend 26 ,, N .mgggk ,N,,w.. 1 ...L.4.7a.::fn" 1 LKSON Tv UN IRKUYS uTlcA GRANVILLE YATASKA I-A :rnHNsTawN ETNA A E ANDRIA vlANovf.1t-178050 Miami-ff sw HAKTFIQRD IA , K vlLLE L X the Lick 1 ns County Board O kfanafa WM H' ' W" J Ndrgwmic ffifffa FSFIY pfnfzp f.f!?fi This page sponsored by McK1bben's One-Stop Garage 28 4 Our school year began Sept. 3, when 241 pupils enrolled to start another year of work, fun, and study. The first break in class rou- tine was an assembly program on Sept. 18, presented by ventrilo- quist, Lester Marks. The Trojans came through with flying colors in their first football game of the year, Sept. 19, by defeating Summit. The rest of the season was a differ- ent story, however, since the home team failed to win any of the four remaining county games. Though the weatherman dld his part by providing a beauti- ful afternoon for the Homecoming game played with the Alumni, the former graduates proved to be too strong for the school boys. The first issue of the school paper, the 'Bullet1n', was pub- lished and the new system of semi-monthly publication met with approval. An entertaining assembly was presented for the enjoyment of Une students and raculty members, Oct. 4, by Kiss Jessie Rae Tay- lor who did lmpersonations of well-known persons. The seniors had their gradu- ation pictures taken at the luel- ler Studio, Oct. 17. A Variety Show, including magic, comedy, and songs, was presented in the school auditori- um, Oct. 18, at which time the high school chorus made its first appearance of the year. Overalls and patched shirts were in order for the Freshman 'Hard Tlmes Party' held at the schoolhouse, Oct. 25. The annual ual1owe'en Carni- val was held Oct. 31, complete with spools, witches, and ghosts. There was entertainment, fun, and food for young and old, and ev- eryone declared it a huge suc- cease Two assemblies were held dur- ing Nov. The first was a liquid air demonstration presented ln the school auditorium, nov. 18, while the other was held at Heb- School, Nov. 21. Here ron High the group heard a very interest- enlightnlng talk about ing and Vocation, Character, and Person- ality. Nov. 27, was the date of the Homecoming basketball game and dance sponsored by the Seniors. The preliminary game in which the Reserves defeated a team composed of the Faculty and School Board members, provided many laughs for all who witnessed the fray. Jacksontown played host to the county schools at an All- County Dance, Nov. 30. 'Shoot the lorks', the Junior class play, was presented Dec. 5, and acclaimed a success. The Holiday Season was cele- brated Dec. 20, by a Christmas program complete with carol sing- ing, gift exchange, and Santa Claus. School was resumed Jan. 2, but the prospects of a bright new year were dimmed slightly by the shadow of the semester examina- tions soon to come. Jacksontown was represented in the County Honor Society this year by landa Boring, Marjorie Jones, Ruby Lane, and Dean Wince. The Trojans started the bas- ketball season well - faltered a bit midway - and recovered for a fine finish with the records showing seven wins and six loss- es for the home team. The season ended abruptly however, when Jacksontown was eliminated in their first tournament game. The Sophomore skating party larch 3, was the highlight of the school activities for that month. April was the month for musi- cal entertainment, the programs including the School lusic Festi- val and the annual County Spring Festival at Hebron, April 25. The arrival of lay was the signal for the beginning of many Senior activities including the Class Play, lay 2, the Junior- Senior Banquet, lay 10, Baccalau- reate, May 18, and last, the day, of days, Commencement, lay 20. This page sponsored by Stot1er's Restaurant 29 SOPHOMORES lst row- Shelby Kuhn, Bonnie Mitchell, Carol Griffith, Betty Nickels, Gene Lane. 2nd row- Edgar Parkinson, Allan White, Charles George, Fred Crist, Glenn Baker, Donald Parkinson. 3rd row- Gary Claypool, Jerry Cumm1ngs,Da1e Rupp, Richard Horton, Bruce Thogmartin, Bill Davis. JUNIORS Wanda Bruce. Dial, George Watkins lst row- Bonnie Snyder, Mary Westlake, Irene Morgan, Irene Seymour, Jean Cotterman, Shirley Kelley. 2nd row- lr. H. L. Bale, Betty Snyder, Lillian Gorley, Patricia Horton, Patty leredith, Anna Lou Brown, Donna Iee. 3rd row- Ieroy Hoskin- son, Carl Bruce, Prank Crist, Carl Terry, Cal- vin Boring, Richard Rey- nolds. 4th row- Bob White, Fred West, Bill Brown, Glen Wlnce, Bernard Rogers, Keith Thogmartin. This page sponsored by Dale Hill, Jacksontovn Garage 50 lst row- Bette Pendleton, Delores Sforza, Mary Lou Detty, label Gutridge Ruby Lane, Edith Mayse 2nd row- Mr Foulke, Earl Smith, Kenneth Seymour Dean Wince, Jack Shaw George Westlake, Robert KHS' FOOTBALL lst row- Coach Foulks , Fred Crist, Dale Hupp, B111 Brown, George West- lake, Eldon Kreager, Philip Linn. 2nd row- Manager Earl Smith, Charles George, Bruce Thogmartin, Jerry Cummings, Bernard Rogers, Manager Jack Shaw. 3rd row- Leroy Hoskinson, Carl Bruce, Keith Thog- martin, Fred West, Calvin Boring. BULLETIN lst row- Wanda Boring, Kenneth Seymour, Barbara Brown, Marjorie Jones, Ruby Lane, Harold Eagle, Jean Pendleton. 2nd row- Bonnie Mitchell, Lillian Gorley, Patricia Morton, Bruce Thogmartin, Dean Vince, Carol Grif- fith, Marguerite Fulk, Bette Pendleton. BASKETBALL lst row- Bill Brown, Ken- neth Seymour, Dale Rupp, Eldon Kreager,Dean Vince, Harold Eagle, Glen Vince. 2nd row- Coach Foulke, Bob White, Bill Davis, Jack Shaw, Philip Linn, Shelby Kuhn, Bruce Thog- martin, Charles George, Leroy Hoskinson. 3rd row- Manager Earl Smith, Fred West, Fred Crist, Richard Morton, Jerry Cummings, Keith Thogmartin, Allan White, Calvin Boring, Manager Glenn Baker This page sponsored by Bragg's Barbershop 51 This page sponsored by Walters Sales Co I-IEE CALENDAR FOR 1946-1947 SEPTEMBER: 13 Centerburg Ctherel 20 Liberty Union 27 Zanesville Reserves OCTOBER: 4 Utica Cthereb ll Granville Ctherel 18 Pataskala 25 Reynoldsburg Ctherel 51 Johnstown 31 First Edition of H1-Times NOVEMBER: 22 Senior Dance Harvest Hop 26 Lancaster St. Mary's 26 First Basketball game 27 H1-Times Second Edition DECEMBER: 6 Jacksontown Ctherel 10 Junior Play WhwtherGoose' 15 Granville 17 Alexandria Ktherel 19 F.H.A. Christmas Party 20 Klrkersville Ktherel 20 Third Edition Hi-Times 21 Senior Christmas Ball JANUARY: 7 Kirkersville lO Pataskala Ctherej 14 Alexandria l7 Jackscntown 18 County Dance 24 Granville Ktherel 28 Thornville ftherej 31 Pataskala FEBRUARY: 4 Millersport itherel 5 k 6 Community Institute 7 Johnstown ltherel 14 Fburth Edition H1-Times 18 Tournament - Alexandria MARCH: 7 Band Boosters' Play 14 Junior Dance 21 Lions Club Minstrel 25 Honor Society Initiation 28 'Sally Flowersn APRIL: 18 Senior Play 25 All-County Festival MAY: 9 Band Concert 16 Junior 3 Senior Banquet 18 Baccalaureate 25 Commencement Alumni Banquet SENIOR NOTES Year's aim: Senior trip Attended Banquet May 16, guests of Juniors. BACCALAUREATE Rev. Fred O. Weed May 18 COMMENCEMENT High School Auditorium May 23, 1947 ,Class colors - maroon a White Flower - - - Carnation MOTTO Before Us Lies the Timber Let Us Build. THE SENIOR CLASS The class of '47 is the larg- est class to graduate from Hebron High School in 62 years. On Tuesday, November 12, 1946 the Senior class went toColumbus to have their pictures taken, they spent the remainder of the day visiting historical spots. The busiest month of the school year was May. The first important event was the Junior and Senior Banquet atColumbus,Senior Break- fast, Baccalaureate, Class dayy Com encement, Alumni Banquet. Our advisor was Miss Carrie B. Hutzell who led us through the year very successfully. HOMECOMING A colorful scene was our home coming game even though it did rain, the Queen Miss Jacquelin Yontz and her attendants, Miss Mary Lawson and Miss Patricia Clark reigned over the Pataskala Hebron game. Before game time, the Queen and hor attendants were escorted through town by the school Band. The game began at 2:30 and at half time, the Pat- askala andHebron Bands performed magnificently. That evening in the attract- ively decorated gym, the Juniors sponsored the homecoming dance. The highlight of the evening was crowning ofthequeen, by football Captain Richard Walters. The music was furnished bythe melody Makers and an enjoyable evening was had by all. This page is sponsored by Cum ins Ice Cream co, G' I-IEBKON " STUDENTS N E3 P H O all J 5 S 5 5 JS U 4 -E " S H "' M 5 F N Qs 'fi Hamas N w Spams fm! all! 4 sw, J wi wJ onsored by Englmar Res urant 5 MEM? OSD STATION KBS -------- FLASH! We are happy to summarize for you the High Lights of Kirk High during its years 1946-7. FLASH! On September 4, 1946, we saw the doors of Kirk High open to welcome us to another exicting year. A new super- intendent greeted us at the head of the stairs with a warm smile and a hand-shake. We were later informed that his name was Mr. Weiser. FLASH! There were interestin assehbly programs every Wed? nesday afternoon ------- thanks to our new Student Council with the able assistence of our new Superintendent. FLASH! Mr. Welsh, the man who was part responsible for Kirk High's basketball team going to district in 1945, is back with us again. We hope that he has la longer stay with us this time. FLASH! The Freshman were almost sorry that they were freshman October ll. The initiation, given by the Sophemore Class, really made them squirm. FLASH! Our football team started off with a bang by winning from Hanover-Toboso and Jack- sontown. Following our winn- ing spree we suffered several set-backs, losing to Hartford, Alexandria, Etna, Hbmer, and Summit. Our Homecoming would have been terribly bleak, due to rain and defeat, if it for our attract- Anna Belle Van her attendents. held in the high that evening hadn't been ive queen, Buren, and A dance was school gym sponsored by the Junior Class. FLASH! We had our customary Fall Carnival in October. The Queen, Evelyn Quinan, and her attendants, were one of the high lights of the evening. This page sponsored by C.N. Keller FLASH! Kirk H1gh's basketball season began with a degeat at Pataskala. We recovered quite rapidly by winning from Hanover-Toboso, Hebron, and Etna. FLASH! Thanks to our music teacher, Mrs. Hutchins. With the cooperation of the grade school teachers, an excellant Ghrlstmas program was present- ed to the parents. FLASH! School was dismissed December 20 for a two weeks Ghristman vacation. January 6, 1947 found us back in school with enough New Year's resolutions to keep us busy the rest of the year. The most important one being to keep our newly painted school house looking as it did as long as possible. FLASH! Continuing our basketball season into 1947, our first game ended with a defeat at the hands of Summit. At Hebron and Hanover-Toboso we also suffered defeats. We got back into the race with a triumph over Homer. FLASH! The Junior Class play given in March was very succ- essful. The claendar turning to April saw the Senior Class present their play. It was also a success. FLASH! With the end drawing near, we find the juniors and sen- iors decked out in their fin- est for that gala event. the Junior and Senior Banquet. FLASH! The final week was mainly devoted to the seniors. For a long time they will have plea- sant memories of their Gom- mencement activities. Heres winding up the Kirk High Lights of 1946-7. Our gratitude to all those persons who helped us make this a memorable year. L. mf 50 CJ-if cs 6' W ,ew W ponaored by Green Shingle Confectionary C412 Sf 79 5 L Q This page sponsored by E111nger's Gnpcery 59 JOH ST WN HIGH 24 Q4 LHUUL A 'Mmm S ,ws -Q W . w 3 r 5 , Q. mfkfv S 1 UASS OF 1947 40 S , Q: GRQCM5 STUINO Q obnny September 2'-Mr. Webster holds the first teachers' meeting. 3 Doors of Johnny H1 open to greet the largest enrollment ln the school's history. 9 Tryouts for cheerleaders. 13 Johnstown opens l9k6 footbdl season by playing host to the Gahanna team. 18 Class elections held.1nupper six grades. 20 Challengers meet Centerburg here. 23 Seniors have pictures taken. 27 Johnnies visit Sunbury for a night encounter. October ' 5 Homecoming a huge success but the evening marred by Pataskala. 8 Pupils of upperelxgrades see educational films. 18 The Granville Blue Aces visit Johnstown. 23 H1-Y boys are hosts for the Annual District H1-Y meeting. 25 Johnstown lads trek to Utlca to meet Redskins. 29 Seniors honor freshmen at the annual Halloween party. November U Lads begin basketball practice 8 Grade school presents their operettas nwho Stole the Tarts' and 'The Farmer in the Del1.' 11 Vacation - Armistice Day. 18 Pupils interested in program concerning 'Liquid A1r.' 22 Juniors present class play 'Young Apr1l.' 26 First basketball game. Homer edges J.H.S. here. 27 Pupils dismissed at 3:45 for Thanksgiving recess. Qggember 2 Classes resume regular work. 6 Johnstown again tastes defeat at hands of Pataskala. 13 Utica downs Challengers on local court. 17 Johnnies return from Summit with victory. 19 J.H.S. turns back theinvading Alexandria team. 20 Christmas vacation begins. I9 -A ,gb January Back in school. Vacation is over. 7 Johnstown avenges early seasm defeat by trouncing Homer. 10 Granville administers defeat to Johnnles at Granville. 17 Utica turns back J.H.S. on w1nner's court. 24 Challengers visit Kirkersvfhp and come home with victory. 31 In an exciting game Granvnk bests local lads on Johnstown floor. Tryouts held for senior play. P.T.A. sponsor benefit game with Hartford to aid fund for new band uniforms. Johnstown wins. 7 Hebron turned back by Johnniee on local hardwood. ll The H1-Y and Y-Teen groups entertain with WSweetheart Hop' 15 Johnstown defeats Etna in first round of county tournament 18 Johnnles bow from tourney by defeat at hands of Blue Aces. 25 The operetta, 'The P1rate's Daughter,' presented by music department. Esbssssx Z March 13 Annual Athletic Banquet. 21 Seniors present WA Date With Judy.' 25 County Honor Society holds initiation. April ll F.F.A. Parent-Son Banquet. 14 P.T.A. holds regular meeting. 18 Band Concert. Newly organized Junior Band makes appearance. 25 Spring Festival at Hebron. 28 County Council meets here. Mex 1 Junior-Senior Banquet held. 5 County Honor Society Banquet. 9 Thespians Troupe 7 - presents play. 18 Baccalaureate. 22 Commencement for the Seniors. 23 School closes. Pupils recehm report cards. Vacation begins for pupils and teachers. 1 rj ou! I r w C H E E R L E A D E R S B E A C O N S T A F' F' V M A J O R E T T E S 42 Jo qslouf 'I B A S K E T B A L L H I Y Y T E 45 1 s 52 f SL 2? if in Si :E fx N 55 ii' 52 5 Q ii ni ESE fi E, ,ge R ii fi -5 gf ai T2 Q2 if is 3, Q 5: 52 if 3 fi H 3. i 'a B .. 1 If? vs, 72" 1 , 11,4019 J. 'x .II gl I jf Q 1, "El 'Z 7.5 L G-35-ig Student Council The students of Utica High wish to congratulate the Presi- dent Beulah Pierce and members of the Student Council for doing a wonderful job this year. The council has sponsored many activ- ities this year. A Homecoming Dance, Athletic Banquet, noon dancing and intramural basketball are only a few of the council's projects. Builder Staff The members of the Builder Staff have one of the most re- sponsible jobs in Utica H gh. Every year students enjoy this yearly book. So we the students of Utica High say 'Hats Off' to the Staff and to their Editor Rosayn lcCann. Library Staff The Utica High School library is well established this year with the help of their sponsor Mrs. Helphrey. Their duty is to mend and distribute books and to keep all records. lusic Department This year the music depart- ment at Utica included classes in Boys' Glee Club. Girls' Glee Club, 'lixed Chorus, Band. and the Triple Trio. Christmas Dance Uistletoe, dim lights, and soft music was enjoyed by every- one who attended the Christmas Formal Dance. The dance was spon sored by the Student Council. Music was furnished by the Hebron High School Orchestra. We 'ish to thank and congratulate the Hebron Orchestra for the splendid job of helping our dance to be a success. This page sponsored by Kelly's Restaurant 45 Homecoming Game October 4, 1946 was chosen for our Homecoming. Each grade decorated their own float. Betty Rine was chosen to be queen and Jim McCann, football captain. Utica High was blessed sith a perfect day for the Homecoming. game and a victory over Hebron. To The Cheerleaders This year we had the best cheering that we've had for a long time. We owe this to Rcsayn McCann, Carol Booth, llary leavolt Ann Nardi, and Julia Earlewine. The cheering was especially good at the basketball games. Dressed in red and white out- fits the cheerleaders were at every game leading yells. lhey worked very hard. So we, the student body say, 'Three cheers for our Oheerleaders'. Seniors At Last It seems only yesterday we Seniors were Freshmen, but many years have passed. When we were Freshmen we went along mumbling about all the un- necessary literature and history ws were forced to study. Then as Sophomores we envy the Juniors because of their planning the Jr- Sr banquet, and this will be the first time for the girls to wear their formals. Then Juniors we take responsibilities, but it didn't seem quite so exciting as last yeur when we stood by and watched the Juniors. And now, Seniors, those three years have slipped by so Quickly. So now, we the Seniors take our final bow and to on-coming classes we wish you the best of luck. Seniors of '47 Student Council Varsity Cheerleaders Football This page sponsored by Ritchey Bros. 46 Builder Staff Boys' Glee Club Girls' Glee Club This page sponsored by Murphy Bros. Mn Cocfrun 'L,ovicfC fa rx, Pre: 5. ibm" fi ami'5, ff Prts. fferrioff SEL MS lim" Ham mmf 'frgeas wffngv P.'Qker,y19 112 A 1 S H ? 'J-C X E-:mm X LQ-3 Mrs Knowlfon Hlqillyx 'a-'-"u--'-'---"..o Fm' M- W' 1 sg' 1 I- '4 ff 4 en Eg! 4: "Q fs" lik' W 52' Q I - .fr-Wmmf-A is fl:-s.Brown lLmes Myer? L V Mfrfaapfz """""""""""""""""" Y ' ' A' Y T ,4ff5.l'1a1yer N , 5 if 4 ,ff K ,F A ,OS fl ff .swf Q Lf-i fp, garb MDmfr"Par:rin::en x'9o6"Lanyle "LuIcfAff'fr15er K:Leorr67 Lucas "5,ff'pd,,,,,,,5o,, This page is sponsored by Lemmerman'a, Etna, 48 ECIIXPI' Louis Clark CLou1e Class Vice res. ass Pres 4 Student Council 5,4 Honor Soclety 5,4 Basketball l,2,5,4 Football l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 All County 6-man football 4. Martha Herriott CCheeriesl G.A.A. l,2,5,4 G.A.A. Sec. 4 Chorus l,2,5,4 Class Sec. 2,4 County Chorus 5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4. Louise Kinser LuLu G.A.A. Chorus Sen or Play 4. Robert Langel CBobQ F.F.A. Basketball 4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4. Pats Lines Pat G.A.A. , , , orus 1 Cheerleader 5 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4. Leona Lucas iButch G.A.A. , , , Chorus l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4. Sarah M ers Sadie , , , . .A. Treas. 4 Chorus l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 County Chorus 4. William Parkinson lBilgl F.F.I. Class Pres. 2' asket- ball l,2,5,4, Football l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4. Richard Park1nson6jDick1 Class Treas. 2 Foot all l,2,5,4 Basketball l,2,5,4 All Cou ty 6-man football 4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 Ro or Plckerin Pick F.F.A. Pres. 4 Foot all 5,4 Basketball l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 All County 6-man football 4. James Sands Jim Class Pres. l, Class Vice Pres. 2,4 Student Council 5,4 Honor Society 5,4 Basketball 1, 2,5,4 Football l,2,5,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 All County 6-man foorball 2,5,4 Helen Mae Trimmer QSl1m1 GQAQAQ 1,2,3,4 V GeAeAe Vice Pres. 4 Class Treasurer 5,4 Cheerleader 4 Chorus l,2,5, 4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 Mary Ellen White Qgutchie L G.A.A. 1,2,5,4 .A.A. Pres. 4 G.A.A. Chorus l,2,5,4 Class Secretary 1,5 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 Honor Society 4. Mary Wilkinson Qwilkiel G.A.A. 2,5,4 Chorus 2 ,4 Junior Play 5 Senior Play 4 County Chorus 4 Ee He so The Etna Eagles started this year off right with a ' bang up N football season. The team came through an undefeated season, until their last game. Our boys all played excellent ball and showed the best of sportsmanship. Jim Sands, Louis Clark, and Dick Parkinson made the all County Team, while Roger Pickering re- ceived honorable mention. The Homecoming game was play- ed October l8th with Kirkersville on Pataskala's field. Our Home- coming queen was Mary White. Her attendants were, Mary Wilkinson , Bonnie Randall, Patty Weaver, Mildred Evans, Bonnie Hammond, and Janet Finke. n October 51 the entire stu- dent body cooperated to make the Carnival a hige success. The re- turns from the carnival were used to help purchase a moving picture projector, of which we are quite proud. Dona Reedy presided as Carnival Queen. The Seniors took a day off to have their pictures taken on Feb- ruary 6. The day was topped off by a visit to Bliss College, and a tour around the 0.S.U. campus. An Operetta, 'Marianne ' was presented by the musid dept. on December 20. It was really a beautiful production. The Honor Society members this year are: Louis Clark, Jim Sands, Mary White, Doris Heim- berger, and Bonnie Fandall. We are all looking forward to the Junior play, n n Account Of Louella.n If we can finish up the year as nicely as it has gone, so far, the senior play, Junior - Senior Banquet, and Commencement exer- cises will be nearly perfect. This PHS' is Sponsered bv Dunn's Restaurang Etna 49 Dic k Parkin s on A l .. G ' J X 'bl I I LEX Jim Sands Etna Homer Louis Clark .willy 59 - 0 Roger Pickering fnmnm Etna - Hartford Bill Parkinson uma! 38 - 18 Gene Newlun t'u'N1f Etna - Summitt Dick Dunlap ,545 28 - 6 Cecil Trimmer nu mil Etna - Jacktown Bill Wolfe 60 - 20 Jerry Lee Etna - Kirk Jack Smith 44 - 13 B111 smear lx, I Etna - ner Wayne Bryan 55 - 20 Joe Palmer l Eggs. - Hanover Grover Bricker D , A a j D ,A - 38 George Doherty s5F"' i A Dick Gummere . q M397 A Mary Wright, Helen Trimmer Lillian Myers, Ha-rtha McCoy, Parkinson 831105-UE 79114989 at and Maureen Williams A191 S9119 Thig page is sponsered by Bartlett and Son, Wagram 50 Clllf-15 SOPHOMORE CLASS Gene Sager, Chester Smoke, Harold Ford, Bill Snider, Danny Gieger, Jerry Lee, Lo- well Trimmer, Joe Palmer, Grover Bricker, Dona Reedy, Patty Smoke, Marilyn Geho, Wanda Pinks, Everett Weaver, Jack Smith, Wayne Brian, Mr. George, Lillian Myers, Bar- bara Hizey, Patty Long, Ruth Stein, Joretta Curran, Patty Weaver, Dorothy Link, Marga- ret Tisdale. JUNIOR HI Dick Kuhm, Ossie Blythe, Louie Hamden, Layton Feiber, Richard Sahr, Jim Buckles, Ernest Balser, Tommy Star- key, Carl Jones, Mr. Under- wood, Richard Sperti, Naomi Smith, Betty Easterday, Grace Lucas, Gloria Sager, Margaret Ryan, Joan Herriot, Betty Kinser, Ema-Jean Rus- sel, Carol Harsh, Carol Cain Martha McCoy, Barbara Miller Veatrice Newlun. Bonnie Ham- mond, Nancy Boyer, Janice Emsviler, Janet Finke, Hazel Wolfe, Carol M ers, Dick lcont ' d 'neath gr-eshmenj JUNIOR CLASS Dick Dunlop, Gene Newlun, Cecil Trimmer, George Long, Bill Wolfe. Elwood Zellers, Mrs. Knowlton, Betty Weaver, Ethel Watkins, Muareen Will- iams, Bonnie Randall, Doris Hiemberger, Joanne Mayor, Margurite Pettifor. FRESHMAN CLASS Bob Deal, Howard Jobe. Dick Conkle, Dick Gummere, Mil- lard Smith, Kenneth Horn, George Doughtery, Richard Binkley, Jean Hall, Georgia Stein, Joanne Gelber, Mary Wright, Grace Hiemberger, Mary Emsviler. Schiedegger, Bob Parkinson. Dick Lines, Bob Deal, Char- les Hall, Bob Davis, Dale Stalger, Marvin Holt. This page is sponsored by Dr. E. V. Runkle, Etna. 52 ANVIL E Dear Friends, Granville High has been do- ing many interesting projects this year. The very first day showed a great improvement in the beauty of our building, for the entire second floor had been painted for us, and to our surprise we saw many unfamiliar faces about us. However, we soonlearned thatihese friendly faces belonged to the students of Union Station High School, which merged with G.H.S. this year. Needless to say, these welcome friends have become an inseparable part of our school. Football season was upon us before we knew it and Homecom- ing was just around the corner. Our Homecoming theme this year was holidays and each class made a float depicting a well- known one. The game was with Hebron and ceremonies present- ing the queen and prizes for the floats were held at the half. Jack Piper and Earl Jones represented us on the first- strlng all-county foorball team while B111 Young, Carl Jones, Jim Posey, Jack Frost, and Frank Hannahs made the second string. Last but by no means least, our third stringers were Charlie Green and Lyle King. Also, B1D.Young was voted Gran- v1lle's most valuable player for the year. The Juniors presented a very hilarious comedy entitled NAsk Me Anothern on November 14 and 15. It was well cast and these industrious people made a hand- some lot of money for the Jun- ior and Senior Banquet which the Juniors pay for each year. One week after the Junior play, Girl Reserves and Hi-Y put on a Community Festival was held in the high which school. There were many prof- itable amusements to occupy the guests. Our maxed first semester was cli- by a Christmas dance which the Student Council spon- sored the week-end beginning our vacation. Basketball season was really underway by the first part of December. Our team showed gen- uine ability and the season as a whole proved to be successful Granville was fortunate in hav- ing two of its players, Frank Hannahs and Jack Piper Play in an all-star game with Saint Francis. The selling of magazines this year brought us enough money to buy new backdrop cur- tains for the auditorium. The curtains are very attractive and everyone is thoroughly sat- isfied. To top the year off for us, socially, the G. R. and H1-Y dances were the highlights. There were lovely decorations and good refreshments to add to the festivity. Granville High School has had a very successful year, scho- lastically, atheletlcally and socially. 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' I 'K " ' A . . wr nqggfj k UK :, b:-:5:E.i5M.,..f,,,, , .V , 1. mi n s ., Iamts mvwcneu Human, Q-nam, wmmfw 'PRKKSA HQ'-MD Ffffmmaw comm sunemmcea This page sponsored by the Groton Hardware 56 HHAKHZQFIIHQKSHEZHD SENIORS Our class consists of nineteen members, fourteen boys and five girls. The officers area President-Jack Clay- ton, Vice President-Jee Butt, Secretary- Naomi Higgins, Treasurer-Jo Ane Porschet. The class colors are red and white. The class motto is 'Success Awaits at Labors' Gates.' JUNIORS The Juniors were in the spotlight on December 12 when they presented their play,'Johnny Get Your G1rl'. It was a comedy in three acts written by J.Tob1as. BASKETBALL Basketball held high interest at Hartford this year. Triumphs were won over Etna, Homer, Hanover, and Summit. We were defeated by Utica, Alexandria, Hanover, and Jacksontown. We won our first tournament game from Hanover by the score of 40-25. Our second game was lost to Pataskala by the score of 32-46. FOOTBALL With Mr. lhtthews as football coach, Hartford squad tried 6 Man Football for the first time. We lost our first two games to Alexandria and Etna, who tied for first place. Then we started winning. We gained victories over Kirkersville, Homer, Hanover, Jack- sontown, and Summit. We finished in second place. HONOR SOCIETY The new members of Hartford on the Honor Society for this year are Clarlce CookKJun1orl, Naomi Higgins, and Jack Clayton KSeniorsJ. STUDENT COUNCIL Hartford is represented this year by Clarice Cook and Jack Clayton. P. T. A. NEWS This year as a project to help the school, the P.T.A.purchased a new radio- phonograph, movie projector and a beaded glass screen to go with the projector. This P080 sponsored by'the Quality Store 57 HI LITES Our school started its second year of publishing a school paper every two weeks. They are circulated throughout the county. Those on the staff are: Editor-Je Ano Porschet Ass't Editor-Patty Rhyan Circulating Editor-Gilbert Duncan Art Editor-Jerry Harris Senior News-Mary Lou Keys Junior News-Mary Rucker Sophomore News-Betty Hunter Freshman News-Marlene Cook Grade News-Jo Ann Hosler Gossip-Jack C1em,Clar1ce Cook Jokes-David Ashbrook Sports-Roland Peterman,DonShoemaker Copywriters-Naomi Higgins,Mari1yn Jones,Jim M1tche1l,Wendell Davidson ILL COUNTY KUSIC FESTIVAL Those who were selected from our school this year for the Music Festival in the Spring were: Ba d Clarinets-Clarice Cocf, Wendell Davidson, and Jacx Clem. Trumpets-laomi Higgins, Richard Cox. Drum- Kathleen Curry Bass- Jo Ano Porschet Orchestra Violin-Jo Ane Porschet Drum- Kathleen Curry Chorus Soprano-Naomi Higglns, Mary Rucker, and Charlotte Denton. Alto- Jo Ane Porschet, Georgia Porschet, and Kathleen Curry. Tenor- George Edwards,Roland Peterman, and Gilbert Duncan. Bass-Jerry Harris, David Ashbrook, and Jack Clayton. IN H HORIAM We wish to remember Mrs. Amanda Hayes, our commercial teacher of last year, 1n.a very special way. Mrs. Hayes was taken from us suddenly on Tuesday lorning afta' missing only one day of school. She has been an inspiration to us all by her depth of character and her courage in the face of a serious illness. We have lost a fine teacher and a good friend. FRESIIMAN-soPHoMoaE JUNIOR-SENIOR 7th and 8th F.F.A. This page sponsored by the Granstaff's Redsand White Store 8 Junior Play Hi-Lites Staff Basketball Football This page sponsored by the Groton Elevator 59 Q gs we , x dai 951111 , wi mn w:1.,1S1-- 1' nn L55 '22 2'-5? , Q 52 5' Ni xi s Q ?g5f5w dawg V w id? 617565343 School Calendar September: 3-School opened 21-Ventrilpquist Assembly October! 2-Senior Class to Columbus 31-Homecoming game 31-Homecoming dance November! 22-Dr.Slutz at Johnstown 30-All-County Dance January! 18-Senior Dance Febuary? 13-County Tournament 28-Senior play March! 1-Sports Banquet 28-Grade Opperetta April! ll-Junior Play 18-Music Festival May! 2-Junior-Senior Banquet 18-Baccalaureate 21-Commencement We returned to Alexandria High on September 3rd and were greet- ed by five new teachers, Miss Mossholder, Miss Tyler, Hrs Rickols, Mrs. Peters, and Mr. Short. Coach George Whitehead was faced by a band of hopefuls as he held his first practice of'46 He produced a powerhouse which crushed Hartford in their ppener no-o. The Red Devils went on to win from Homer 52-0 and Hanover 62-0. Alex's gridders then went to Kirkersville where they won their fourth straight game 48-6. Alex then dropped ummit by the score of 48-20 before they were upset by Etna at Alexandria 53 - 20. The final game of the season was Homecoming day and Jeanne Smith reigned as Queen with the following attendants: Nadine Bare Bhlrley Beaver, Pat Goodma and fleanor Harper. An inspired Red Devil teas downed a fighting Il Jaoksontown team by the score of 36-18 as Hanover was upset- ting Etna at Hanover. The season ended with Alex and Etna in a tie for Champ- ionship. We had the honor of placing Gene Castle and Bob Williams on the All-County first team and Harold Revercomb, Dale Brush, and John Byrd on the 3rd team. This years squad included Dale Brush, John Byrd, Gene Castle, Harold Revercomb, and Bob Williams, all Seniors, Jim Coakley and Ed Dumbald Juniors. Sophomores were Paul Ashbrook and Don Reid. John Reese ds the lone Freshman on the squad. Alex's hardwood team also is in the midst of a successful season and we wish them all good luck in the tournament. Seasons Record: Alex 39 Hebron 33 Alex 37 Homer 35 Alex 25 Alumni 23 Alex 20 Johnstown 29 Alex 35 Pataskala 42 Alex E0 Jaeksontown46 Alex 4 Homer 47 Alex 50 Hebron 28 Alex Z9 Etna 22 Alex 0 Granville 64 Alex 58 Hartford 34 Alex 42 Alumni 21 Alex 46 Utica ko Alex 42 Granville 54 Alex 33 Pataskala 39 County Tournament Alex 63 Homer 42 Alex 35 Hebron 24 Alex 32 Granville 29 The Freshman class has taken it upon themselves to publish the school paper and are doing very well with the 'Checker- Board'. The rest of the school compliments them on the fine work they are doing. This page sponsored by W.C. Johnston Elevator A 61 Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders Reserve Basketball This page sponsored by J.J.Peebles Insurance 62 lst row: Tharp,Don Brush Mason,Castle,Da1e Brush. 2nd row: Revercomb Byrd, W1ll1ems,Aeese, Re1d,Cosch White- head. lst row! Allene Elder, Phyllis Wolfe, Lois Furbee, Marjorie Arnott. 2nd row! Martha Price, Elizabeth Fair- child , Shlrlee Jones. lst row: Rsthbone,Parsons, Petermen,Ashbrook, Ashbrook. End row: Revercomb,B1shop, Hank1nson,Brookl, Whitehead Coach. lst row: F1agg,Harmon,Hamm- ond, oard,Furbee. 2nd row! smith, wnmcman, Goodman,Metca1f, E1der,Fa1rch11d. 3rd row: Tucker,Pr1ce Kintz Kemper,Lane,f1sher. Nth row: Dumba1d,Peterman, Mason,Tharp,Coak- ley, lst row: Wolfe Bare,John- ston.f1em1ng, Jenn1ngs,Montgom- ery. 2nd row! Garabrant,Lane, Powe11,F1agg, Dearman,3tevens 3rd row: Ashbrook,Brulh, Hartsough,He1d, Pareone,Ashbrook. lst row: B1gnoy,Mowery, Hank1nson,Short, B1lh9p,BP00kl, Smith. 2nd row: Mount,Reed,Reese Burton,Harper, Coak1ey,McGu11ough 3rd row: Rathbone,F1em1ng, Whittman Ellis I I Tharp,B.Garabrant, Revercomb,Maeon. This page sponsored by Mains Food Shop Junior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Clase iiwmw 4 GAMZE' K, This page is sponsored by Doss1e's Restaurant. 1 ww A wi ' 4 X as 1'5Q A3 X 2 i1'fW53" M Q55 'W B43 if P Mx 2 h J Q 5: e -2- 'fgffw am A af X. Alwgws sr Yfgk 'zijn gy-ff' N if A . Es CRUQQJQT ' UDWS KMM . 1747 .J M2Q4..w,,4,f,,fJ2' Z'f""'f"f'f' wliw Ziff: A M-d4,:9 nvUa5h72ov2i 1f7f,f"MWf'fZ MQVMWM, ffzmd. in m'5ZJZ"aZzf2.4, Mxfifffw a4.,,,.1,,..,m""ggg3 wma? ,ZQJLZLZZ ,5.,Q 1 ff'y0w4"'i,wZ""Lfff-Q 7 W 723 ze 7' ' Market, Pataskala. 65 This page is sponsored by W11son'a Hardware, Pataskala. 66 Jjmimwf V 'KWWL E ,min 1 his page il sponsored by Beeson 011 Co, Pataskala This page is sponsored by !oaka.l'o Btoro, Homer, Ohio fl 4 lriufj 'F U GW V' , ig wfnmqa- 'F-' fZ ' ,P " .-',u-turf-:W 9- 'fx ' ' 'sf""'.' 'HJ " . n n K F H F u f r f. . .Q . . . . - sf i, if r'f-'tl 'Z QA x il lf' l K: LJ U ww As If f"'f . f 6 Q J Sie-"i rf , EVENTS OF 1946-4? One afternoon the small class of eight Seniors of Homer High School got together. That ls, when Hr. Hosler told us that we would all have to miss a day of school to go to Bakers Studio to have our pictures taken. On this tour, ln Columbus, Ohio, we visited many places. First, we went to the Studio, then we all had lunch at Doersam's. The afternoon was spent in traveling through the State Institute for the insane and the Penitentiary. We attended a movie and Dance Band Orchestra at the Palace Theater. We were certainly very tired on this fine October 16, 1946. The next glowing event in our Senior year was on November 15, 1946. This was a rabbit fry held in the school Cafeteria with the boys catching the rabbits, and the girls cooking an enjoyable meal iwe still have eight Seniors. J. On December 20 the Faculty furnished a very delicious meal for the high school students. Afterward, a Christmas party was held which was enjoyed by all. We cannot thank the Faculty enough for the most wonderful time they gave us on this Friday. After so many tiring and weary weeks of play practice, we almost came to the point of causing Hr. Sanders to pull out all of his hair. But from the struggle, the eight Seniors, and one borrowed Junior, developed and perfected the play 'Dream Girl' by Robert Ray, which made you 'stop, look and l1sten'. We spent many happy, but tiresome, hours of practice. Next on our Social Calendar was the Junior and Senior Banquet, for which every Junior and Senior does a lot of planning during his four years in High School. It was a very great event in our lives: one which will live on with us for time immemorial. The most wonderful, but rather sad part of the twelve years 1n our school life, was the Baccalaureate. Service held on May 18 in the Homer Presbyterian Church. The last wonderful event ln our school years was the Commencement Exercises held on Hay 20, 1947, ln the school auditorium. We will all agree with you that we had a very wonderful collection of school days. Rather hBPPy. but difficult to part with. The Speaker for the Commencement Exercises was Mr. Harold J. Bowers of the State Board of Education. SENIOR CLASS WILL Dick Niebel wills his class offices to Vernon Keckley. Elaine Mcdruder wills her office work to Alan Megaw. Betty Miller wills her red suit to Delores St. John. Erma Conard wills her basketball games to Sarah Parks. Florence lclurtry wills her long fingernails to Louise Crlngs. Rosemary Blagg wills her Satureday nights to Patty Hayes. Earl Coss wills his wavy hair to Dick Roar. Don Robey wills his car to anyone who can keep it in the road. So Long, Homer High School, from all of usg the light Little Seniors of 1947! This page is sponsored by 0lover's Store, Homer, Ohio Honor Society student Council Basketball Hr. Bandera yo Teacher This pigs is sponsored by Hatf1e1d'a Hardware Store, Homer, Ohio 70 fli msy: ep bww: f. H flif-faith Q, I' L I' J Q 'Y6f23a"'9 'S' 523 .9 ' gi fi "' Fi' '..' U Fil 1 Q3 Q V ' AN W L B Q -f if if 4 r 7-8 Grades ' High School Football This page is sponsored by !enney's Service Station, Homer, Ohio 71 4. . ,- ,,, , . ,F i Fiwse' 4 5' YQ' 15' Haba A fsw ' ? x Q .saws ' , ,,f.. QWK - ' 5715! W' 4' 15, My-M ffT'fmf'G5 - ,X ,, -I . W1 -if 553 A if xii? Jesse wwwa' .Al "Xi: A .Q ' - if 5 Yfisw ww 5. Sponsored by Evans' Grocery and Edwards' Grocery 72 ..-hu.. Huawei , Qffar,-Q fflvsfiy ' fffbier fair m ' may A as X '5 'R X as E .Whey-3 ,Q Osborn ' K g-3 . pg' M- . Horror' Shift In ,Sgr --f. - Qcfw .Brown .Ms o.,r...., if x I S C'15'rAs?ff:s'iY".sf??::erseen HANOVER-TOHQSQ September January 2 First day of school 6 Teachers' Meeting 20 Football game with Kirkers- ville 25 Movie-'Harmon of Michigan' 27 Football game at Alexan- dria 28 Football game at 0. S. U. October 3 Football game at Jackson- town 14 Movie-'Cappy Ricks Returns' 17 Football game with Homer 22 Class pictures taken 25 Football game at Hartford 25 Halloween Party-Grade Seven 26 Halloween Party-Grade Eight 51 Football game with Etna November C. 0. T. A. Football game at 0. S. U. Armistice Day Movie-'Daniel Boone' Chapel Program at Granville Basketball game at Bladens- burg Basketball game with Etna Play at Newark-'Nobody's Girl' Thanksgiving Junior Dance at Toboso December School Recpened Basketball game at Kirkers- ville Hovle-nKing of Kings' Basketball game at Utica Junior Play at Toboso Junior Play at Hanover Basketball game at Jackson- town Chrlstmas Party-Grade Seven Christmas Party-Grade Nine Assembly-Grade Eight Christmas Vacation started Basketball game with Su mit Basketball game at St. Francis ' Basketball game at Union Rural 2 School Reopened 5 Basketball game at Hartford 7 Basketball game with St. Francis 10 Basketball game with Kirk- ersville 15 Movie-'Coast Guard' 14 Basketball game at Homer 17 Basketball game at Sum it 21 Basketball game with Utica 24 Basketball game at Etna 28 Basketball game with Homer 51 Basketball game with Hart- ford February l Basketball game with Jack- sontown 4 Basketball game with Union Rural 7 Play at Newark-nUnder the Lilacs' ll Movie-'Tarzan and the Green Goddess' 13 Tournament 15 Tournament 17 Basketball game with Bladensburg 18 Tournament 20 Tournament 22 Tournament March 10 Hovie-nHowards of Vir- glnia' 14 Radio show at Toboso April 14 Movie-'Blondie Goes to College' 17 Senior Play at Toboso 18 Senior Play at Hanover 25 Spring Festival Hay 5 lovie-'Keeper of the Bees' 9 Senior Trip 10 Senior Trip ll Senior Trip 12 Senior Trip 16 Commencement 18 Baccalaureate Sponsored by lcKee Truck Lines and Acord Coal Co. HA NQVER-TQ B O5 Q SEVENTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE NINTH GRADE TENTH GRADE ELEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEM Sponsored by Ket e ' Grocery d Gault Grocery 74 iN! 'YIATJQN BRQWNNJ 2 REC.'fCui-w 'lllLLlAM:'1OiW C:-XRTNAL5 CONKAU-7 EN E TIATJON R TOUCHDOVYN IN! 'FIAYFION iiOff.KY ?O?.ii PALS b CHUMS Sponsored by Bob'e Standard Service and llolnight and Center 75 ' R xx' :.. ,EQ RQ This page sponsored by William L. Shadwick, Sum it Station, Ohio 76 NITA .. f ELS Q 5 mo lj 'L Qkwcfg LiXffiff'e' SUMIVII Sept. 5. 6 11 11 17 19 20 20 27 Oct. 5 4 4 4 9 ll 12 14 18 18 18 24 25 26 51 Nov. 1 ll 15 21 22 26 28 29 Dec. 2 5 6 10 15 17 19 20 20 20 23 Jan- 5 6 7 CALENDER OF EVENTS School year begins. Assembly Ordered Jr. rings and Sr. announcements. Elected class officers. Cheerleader tryouts. Football-Jacksontown. Election F.F.A. officers P. T. A. Homer here. Our victory. Freshman Day!!! P.T.A. auction sale. Lost to Etna. High school hay ride. Chapter Farmer degree at Johnstown. Sum it at Hanover. Sophomore hay ride. Senior pictures at Cols. Assembly-Magazine drive. Alex here. Chalk up loss Junior dance. P. T. A. Beat Kirk. Hooray! Freshman Halloween party. Lost Homecoming game to Hartford. Homecoming dance. No school-Armistice. Basketball-practice game at New Albany PITOAD Practice with New Albany. Jr play The Daff Dills. Thanksgiving vacagion Vacation extended. Jacksontown here. Ohohl F. F. A. meeting. Homer here. Bad luck. Etna there. Almost. Jacksontown. Lucky day! Johnstown. Lost again. P. T. A. Christmas assembly and party. Hanover game postponed. Christmas vacation. Sophomore dance. Kirk here. We won. Yea. Back to classes. Hartford here. CALENDER OF EVENTS Jan.ll. Hanover. Another loss. 15. Jr. and Sr. classes to Cols. for Inauguration. Trip to penitentiary. 16. P. T. A. 17. Hanover. Defeated again. 24. Victory for Homer 25. Jrs. recieved rings. 27. F. F. A. field trip. 28. Beaten by Hartford. 29. Smallpox vaccination and Diptheria shots. 30. P. T. A. euchre party. 51. Kirk. Same old rut. Feb. . Magazine party. . Holiday. Snow drifts. . No school. Drifts. . Vanquished by Etna. . Public Speeking assembly. . Tournament Sum it vs Utica U Pe To AD . Assembly-Joy Bell Ringer. . County pictures at Newark. . 2nd Diptheria shot. 1 7 10 ll 12 13 14. Valentine dance. 20 21 24 26 28. Cowboy show. Mar.20. P. T. A. 25. Honor Society Initiation. 28. Cowboy show. All Fools Shine. Senior play "The Haunted Chair' Apr. 1. 17. P. T. A. May 5. Honor Society Banquet ll. Baccalaureate 16. Com encement 21. Class Day SUM HI.SKO STAFF Our Sum Hi Sko paper is published at the school once a month. We have 22 staff members Our editor is Audrey Carrick and our assistant editor, Jane Frame. Audrey is our Lickingana represent tive. We send an edition of each paper to other schools and have received school papers from them. Homecoming queen this year was Mamie L. Starr from mg Junior class. Sponsored by Metz Grain and Feed CO., Sum it Station, Ohio 8. BASKETBALL TEAM lst r. H. Fravel, J. Camden, Robt. Staley, D. Bruner, R. Woodruff, R. Gieseck 2nd r. J. Mount, L. Layton, Roy Sampson, J. Harr, D. Strait, G. Fishbaugh, Coach Craig 3rd r. G. Harr, C. Baird, Eldon Stires, H. Fravel, R. Hoffman, D. Joseph, 3 L. Howell STUDENT COUNCIL J. Frame 3 L. R. Roby HONOR SOCIETY. R. Bruner, A. Carrick, L. Bruner, R Bobt. Woodruff Sponsored by-Sum it Restaurant, Summit Station, Ohio FOOTBALL SQUAD lst r. J. Harr, R. Bruner, Dick Gieseck, R. Staley, Don Josepn, E. Stires, V. Slonaker, J. Camden, 2nd r. Mr. Cobb, G. Harr, C Baird, G. Fishbaugh, J. Mount, L. Layton R. Sampson, Coach Craig CHEERLEADERS Audrey Lols Kathleen Carrick Bruner Wine Milly Clara Jane Cole Horch ff' SUM HI SKO STAFF lst r. G. Looker, A. Gieger, L. R. Roby, Mrs. Woodruff, A. Carrick, J. Frame, J. Harr, R E. Erdy 2nd r. R. Bundy, J. Folk, J. Geen M. Kuehner, D. Shaffer, L. Brunen M. Cole, R C. J. Horch 5rd r. L. Howell, H. Fravel, Robt. Woodruff, R. Gieseck, E R. Bruner LIBRARY STAFF lst r. G. Looker, M. 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