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The cheerleading unit of
Utica was very victorious, in
enthusiasm and pep this year.
Varsity cheerleaders were
Anne Nardi, Rose Nesbit, Gwen
Lake, Norma Walker, and Betty
The Reserve cheerleaders
were Nancy Wince, Carolyn
Earlewine, Lavaun Latham and
The cheerleaders presented
many nice skits, pep meetings
and performances that gave us
and the team, the some times
much needed boost.
The 'Ink Splash' which is
Utica H1gh's section of the
Utica Herald, was very nicely
arranged and presented, but
there were several mysterious
characters flying about gath-
ering all the gossip: one
thing we never found out was
'Who is the Shadow?' .... The
Shadow knows. We wonder ....
The F. F. A. conducted a
scrap drive in the fall at
which time they added a tidy
sum to their treasury.
Mr. Welsh was here again
this year, doing a great job
of conducting the band, glee
clubs, and mixed chorus
and brass sextet. The music
department was very active
in community and scholastic
affairs. The high-light of
the entire year was a spring
concert at which the band
members wore new uniforms of
a flashy combination of red
caps and jackets and grey
trousers. A contingent of
high stepping majorettes led
by drum major Ronnie Rina
headed the band at football
games and parades
Although Utica High had a
rough football season, the
crowds never failed to back
them up, for they knew the
boys were giving all they
had to give. The high-light
of the football season, was
at the 'Homecom1ng,' ---- when
Anne Nardi was crowned as
'Queen Anne' to reign over
the game. Her court includ
ed Jane Dunlap, Rose Nesbit,
Bonnie Sweeney, and Jeannette
Popham. Bill LeFever placed
the crown on Anne's head for
its final resting place of
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JOSEPH PALMER :-
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he wish all the seniors and
every student here in Etna.High
success in whatever you undertake
has the opport-
duty to prepare
Every one here
tunity and the
himself to meet whatever life has
to oiier. The
examples of our
music and other
departments should be an inspira-
tion and a challenge to every
student. The success to each de-
partment has been due to good
leadership, careiul planning and
hard work on the part of all con-
Lincoln's famous statement-
UI will study and get ready and
some day my chance will comeu -
surely has implications for all
Language, mathematics, and
science are tools that should be
most thoroughly mastered. There
is always a demand for young peo-
ple of ability with good person-
alities and habits who are de-
pendable, honest, intelligent and
Today, more than ever, we
need intelligent citizens who can
distinguish between truth and
propaganda, who will choose and
follow wish leadership. We need
citizens oi clear thinking and
Recently a group of Columbia
University prolessors stated that
they wanted stuients who could
read with good speed and compre-
hension, who had reasonable fa-
cility in self expression Loth
orally and in writing, who knew
how to tackle a hard joband carry
it through to completion, and who
had acquired the halit and zest
Ve believe that only in a
democracy can the fullest possi-
ble realization of each indivi-
dualls potentialities be devel-
oped. Democracy acts we believe
through intelligent cooperation,
with the right and opinions of
smaller groups being considered.
Every right carries a responsi-
bility. Free public education
carries with E the responsibility
for every individual to develop
his abilities to the utmost.
Etna High is doing its part
in the educational system. Ve
are being prepared to meet the
need for educated young people.
A few years ago the Presi-
dent of the National Education
Association said, HThe futurec
this country is largely depend-
ent on the extent to which our
young people are taught to be
loyal to our institutions and
freedoms, upon their understand-
ing of democracy, its strengths,
weaknesses and enemies, upon the
efficiency of their training and
upon their willingness to sacri-
fice lor the common goodn.
So once again, we wish for
the seniors, success in their
chosen field as they leave Etna
For those ofus who are still
in school - may we make the most
of our opportunities and advan-
tanges as they come to us each
dayg opportunities available to
us because we do live in a land
where public education is iree.
And because me do live in a
democracy, we are fortunate to be
able to choose our way of life.
ETNA MINS SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY
At the conclusion of the
basketball tournament at Newark,
Etna High School became the proud
possessors of the Sportsmanship
Trophy - theirs to hold for one
This trophy signilies that
players, spectators, and everyone
connected with the tournamerm
from Etna School and community
displayed the highest type of
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Granville High School opened
in September to add another very
fruitful chapter to its history.
We got off to a good start and
before we knew it were in the
midst of the football season. An
innovation in this sport was in-
troduced with the installation of
lights on an improved football
field. An exciting and interest-
ing schedule was brought to afit-
ting close with our annual Home-
coming celebration in October.
Our team was honored as second
place winners in eleven-man foot-
ball in the county. The theme
for Homecoming wasul Hear America
Singingu. Floats depicting song
titles took part in the parade
which featured the Homecoming
Queen and her attendants.
In November,our Junior Class
presented the hilarious comedy,
nwhat A Llfen, starring that be-
loved teenager, Henry Aldr1ch.The
Speech Class sponsored a dance
shortly before Thanksgiving fea-
turing popular square dancing.
The annual football banquet
was held on December 2. Trophies
and awards earned during the sea-
son were presented. Delta Nu
Kappa, our dramatic society, held
a dance at the school December 5.
Granv1lle's Junior Hightlnir
and the High school Chorus pre-
sented a choir concert December
22, consisting of a program of
spiritual and modern choralnusid
Basketball season had already be-
gun on the tenth and the Blue
Aces were off to a good start.
January found us in the mid-
season basketball, playing two
games a week. Other than ourreg-
ular weekly assemblies, our pro-
gram varied little from the usual
February 12, several members
of our choir and band travelled
to Delaware to participate in the
annual High School Music Festival.
On February 4,General Scholarship
Tests conducted by the State De-
partment of Education were held
in Newark. Granville placed four
students in the first ten: nine
others from our school received
February also brought the end
of the basketball season, culmin-
ating in the County Tournaments
held at Newark. Granville over-
came Utica to win the third place
in Licking County's entries in me
The calendar for the remain-
der of the year is as follows:
March 4--District basketball game
U ll--P. T. A. square dance.
W 18--Hi-Y club annual dance.
W 21--Honor Society Initiation.
U 25--Spring vacation begins.
April 8--Y-Teens annual dance.
W 27--Open house for parents.
N 29--County Spring Festival.
Ma y 2--Honor Society banquet.
production of the
N 20--Junior a Senior banquet.
N 22--Baccalaureate exercises.
U 27--Commencement exercises.
In closing, we say that we
have had a very busy and success-
ful year. Let us all work for
better schools, better citizens,
and e better world.
Granville High School
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This year we have 15 members
in our graduating class. The
Kenneth Butt ----- ------ President
Harold Higgins ---- Vice President
Dorothy Denty ----- ----- Treasurer
Barbara Peterman ------- Secretary
Betty Hunter was the Home-
coming Queen at our Homecoming
game on October 28, and also
represented our school at the
county Hallowe'en Festival.
On March 25, the Seniors gave
a play entitled nThe Bargain
Harold Higgins and Kenneth
Butt played on the all-star team
on January 29.
Juanita Higgins and Eileen
Spearman were elected as varsity
John Rhyan, Dorothy Denty, and
Juanita Higgins were on the
Baccalaureate was held on
Sunday night, May 22. Class
night was Tuesday, May 24, and
Commencement Thursday, May 26.
The speaker for Com encement
was Professor Metz of Capital
The officers of the Junior
class this year were:
Homer White ------------ President
Richard Cox ------- Vice President
Marlene Cook ----------- Secretary
David Williams --------- Treasurer
There were eleven members in
Marlene Cook and Ethel McCoy
were varsity cheerleaders.
Marlene Cook was Homecoming
Richard Cox was elected to
the county student council.
Barbara Taylor and Herbert
Shoemaker were members of the
On March 22nd and 23rd the
Juniors presented their play
On May 14, the Juniors gave
tha Seniors a banquet at the
Deshler Wallick Hotel in
Columbus. Arter the banquet every
one went to a show.
The Juniors are looking forward
to their Senior year.
The officers of the Sophmore
class this year were:
Patti Booher ----------- President
Richard Horn ------ Vice President
Donnie June Hess ------- Secretary
Glenola Potter --------- Treasurer
Donnie June Hess and Priscilla
Morris were cheerleaders.
The class presented a Valentine
Dance on February 18, to make
money for the class fund.
During the year, the Freshmen
sponsored the Crawford Brothers
of W.R.F.D. on January 14th and a
Hard Times party on March 17th.
The officers of the class were
Jimmie Howes- ----------- President
Mary O'Neal -------- Vice President
Mabel Rhyan ------------- Secretary
Nancy Steinbrenner ------ Treasurer
This year our Latin class be-
came members of the Junior Class-
ical League. We received pins
and the bi-monthly magazine
This year we organized a school
student council. The members of
7th Grade ------ ---- Howard Gosnell
8th Grade ----------- Roger Higgins
9th Grade ------ Mary Jane Porschet
10th Grade ------- Priscilla Morris
llth Grade ------------ Richard Cox
12th Grade -------- Juanita Higgins
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Barbara Taylor, Glenola Potter,
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Richard Cox, Patti Booher, Marlene
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Row 1- Priscilla Morris, Glenola
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Row l- Betty Hunter, Jewell Rice,
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Row 3- Tom Buel, John Gooch, Fred
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Activities of the year
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Jun1or's first play
Senior assembly program
School Christmas Party
Freshman assembly program
Movie 'Danny Boy
Senior Scholarship tests
Movie 'Highlights of
Sth grade assembly
Buhla, the magician
County F.F.A. party
Town meeting, W.C.L.T.
Student Council Party
Junior Assembly Program
Every pupil tests
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F.F.A. Assembly program
Spring Music Festival
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Sept. 7 First Day of School
Oct. 29 Senior Class Pictures
Nov. 17 Senior X'rays, Newark,
Dec. 22 Christmas Festivities
Mar. 18 Senior Class Play
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Mar. 21 Honor Society Initiat.
Mar. 23 County Chorus Practice
Apr. 8 Spring Festival, Homer
Apr. 29 Spring Festiva1,Hebron
May 6 Junior-Senior Banquet
May Baccalaureate Exercises
Last Day of School
Senior Class Officers
President ......... Jeanie Pickens
Vice President ...... Cecil Miller
Secretary.... ..... Betty Douglass
Treasurer. .... .Betty Blankenship
Sr. Student Council:
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Class Motto - Preparation is the
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On December 9, twenty-five
girls, who were chosen from the
girl's chorus, went to W.C.L.T.
to sing Christmas Carols on a
fifteen minute program.
On February 9, twenty mem-
bers from the junior and senior
classes presented a program on
the 'Junior Town Meeting of the
Airn. They chose as their topic
nShou1d high school students be
required to take certain sub-
H-T was represented in the
District Chorus at Ohio Wesleyan
University by Virginia Handley,
Mary Jane Barrick, Marjorie
Sidle, Esther Flowers, Bob Brad-
ley, Paul Crawmer, and Donald
Those participating in the
District Band from H-T were
Florence Lescalleet and Martha
REPRESENTATIVES FROM H-T
The Honor Society members
from Hanover-Toboso are Gwendo-
lyn Rector, Mary Jane Barrick,
Joann Fairall, and Norma Eikel-
On the County Student Coun-
cil are Walter Fleming and
Norma Eikelberry, a junior,
was elected to be our member on
the Lickingana Staff.
The seniors have been work-
ing hard to earn money enough to
go to New York and Washington
D. C. this spring. They have
sold basketball change purses,
mechanical pencils, and magazine
subscriptions. They have
sponsored a movie, a hillbilly
show, a chili supper, and a rum-
mage sale. The seniors presented
as their play, 'Sunbonnet Jane
of Sycamore Lane.n
The junior and senior
classes have operated the con-
cession stand at school functions
The juniors have been just
as busy earning money for the
junior-senior banquet. They sold
plastic refrigerator bags and
car washers. They sponsored a
St. Pat's Box Supper. They
presented their play, 'Miss Ad-
venture,' on December 8 and 9.
The band has shown great
progress since it was organized.
It has increased from 25 members
to 33 members with a major and
On December 20, as a part
of their Christmas program, the
band was presented with new uni-
forms in the high school audito-
The band learned many
clever formations which were
presented at football and basket
Those getting Athletic
Awards this year for football
are: Tom Stevens, Toby Brown,
Charles Roffey, Paul Crawmer,
Loren Hewitt, Howard Stickle,
Earl Evans, Melvin Nethers, and
Awards for basketball were
given to: Tom Stevens, Wayne
Morris, Jim Walcutt, Loren
Hewitt, Howard Stickle, Bernard
Doyle, Al Wills, Melvin Nethers,
Charles Roffey, and Tom Wills.
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The Hanover-Toboso Glee
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Crawmer, Donald Romlne, Wayne
McArtor, Joann Fairall, Jerry
Daugherty, Marcella Pettit,
Alice Wells, Marilyn Walcott,
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Representing the band were:
Sue Pharis, Martha Rose Romine,
Wilma Conrad, Janet Predmore,
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Class will now come to order
and Sammy Summit will present a
report on the activities of Sum-
mit for the years 1948 and 1949.
Early in September of '48
Cheerleading tryouts, a band
booster's social, and the Fresh-
man initiation took place.
The Cheerleaderselected were
Wilma Jean Randall, Jane Roby,
and Melissa Kushner for Varsityg
Hobertia Monaghan and Rosalie
Randall for Reserves.
The Seniors initiated the
Freshmen with their tortures de-
signed and perfected over the
last three years. The Freshmen
really suffered at the Seniors'
Summit's football season
started off right with the game
Friday the fifth of November
was our Homecoming but it could
well have been Friday the thir-
teenth. The entire game was ob-
served under a deluge of rain.
Mary Jane Roby was the Queen and
her attendants were Vera Wittman,
Norma Stires, and Joyce Harr.
The Seniors sponsored the Home-
coming dance following the game.
Ike Stires was chosen for
All County football.
Bright and early November 1,
the Seniors set outfor Schreick's
Studios.QNote: The camera wasn't
broken.J We all had a wonderful
time that afternoon!
A panel composed of Lou Al-
spach,Robert Geer,James Russell,
and Melisse Kuehner, under the
direction of Mr. Ra1nes,d1scuss-
ed Atomic Ener , Beneficial or
Disastrous, atsghe Newark Radio
Station WCLT, November 17.
nDrums of Deathn presented
by the Juniors and directed by
Miss Ashbrook, was given Decem-
Our basketball season start-
ed out wrong when we lost our
first league game to Etna. We
had a very successful season
with three losses and eleven
wins. We drew Kirkersville in
the Tournament and lost to them.
On the twentieth of January,
Summit's Big Little Band,direct-
ed by Mrs. Paul Shelford, gave
another radio show over WCLT in
Newark. There was also a clar-
inet trio and a girls trio for
The All County Music Festi-
val was April 29. Our represent-
atives in band for All County
Charles Baird - lst Cornet,
Mary Jane Roby-Saxaphone,Mel1sse
Kuehner-Bass,Mary Jean Swick-lst
Clarinet, Wilma Jean Randall-2nd
Clarinet, Joan Butler and Joan
Our chorus members were:
lst Soprano- Patty Harr, Ro-
bertia Monaghan, Phoebe Clementg
2nd Soprano- Beverly Appleman,
Shirley Wright, Rosalie Randallg
Alto- Louise Staley,Dorothy Pool,
Summit alsopresented a Music
Festival. It was given May 6.
All of the Music Department par-
ticipated in the Festival.
Ralph Hoffman and Vera Witt-
man are our two representatives
to the County Student Council.
The Senior members of the
Honor Society were: Patty Harr,
Melissa Kuehner and Leo Howell.
The Junior members selected were
James Fries and Jane Geer. 4
Sum Hi Sko, Summit's school
paper, is edited every month.
There were twenty-eight members
on the staff and every one con-
tributed articles and cooperated
very well. The Editor-in-Chief
was Melissa Kuehner.
Our F. F. A. was reorganized
by Mr. Raines and the organiza-
tion has been very active this
The Seniors presented their
play April 25, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Richter.
The Junior-Senior Banquet
was given April 5O,at the school.
It was an Hawaiian setting and
we ate by candlelight.
The Baccalaureate Service was
May 15. Commencement was May 21.
Class Day was May 25.
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Greetings and salutations to
the new school year of 1948-49and
may we have made the best of
it ...... the Senior Class finished
out the year with 12 boys and one
girl and Bill Davis kept things
peaceful as class president......
Ralph Moore was the Junior'?rexy
and did a very good job of it....
Down in the F. F. A. department,
Frank Crist was elected president
and this club was very high in a
County pest hunt and also came in
second in a County Parlimentary
Procedure contest....Mr. Balo was
their advisor and a very good job
he did, too......the 4-H Club was
quite active around school with
Carol Brown as President.....Dale
Hupp captained our football team
that came in second and Dale Hupp
and Bill Davis both received all-
county positions for their play-
ing...second year for Dale....Mr.
Blck was our coach for another
year and we were really proud to
have him around...Ann Watkins was
crowned our Homecoming Queen and
Dale made her reign official at
halftime...Betty Nichols, Shirley
Mayse and Irene Seymour were the
other candidates.....you know, of
course, that our baseball team
came in second last spring fthis
was too late to report it in the
LICKINGANADand we're mighty proud
of them..Dale Hupp and Glen Wince
lead our basketball scoring all
season and our basketball team
came in second at the county
tourney....both Dale and Glen got
all-county positions.......we had
very good cheerleaders in the
form of Carol Griffith, Anna Lou
Brown, Irene Seymour, and Shirley
Mayse..our Reserves did very well
for their first year and they in-
cluded Donna Beard, Martha Park-
inson, Mary Gutridge, Janice Da-
vis and Sue Bai1ey...at Halloween
we had our annual carnival and
Donna Beard was the Queen and I-
rene Seymour, Carol Griffith, and
Mary Jo Hoskinson as her attend-
ents.....the school made money on
it and we purchased a lovely new
scoreboard with the profit.....we
worked very hard on sportsmanship
all year and did well, too,...our
grade school teachers for the en-
tire year included Mrs. Schroats,
Mrs. Rowland, Miss Nickel and Ms.
Bounds...Mrs. Barnett's work with
the band showed up as they played
many times during the year....the
Grade School gave the operetta
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD and the
Junior High gave H.M.S. PINAFORE
and both were very good.....the
Home Economics department under
the leadership of Mrs. Julliard
were quite active and had a suc-
cessful bake sale during the year
...Miss King directed the Junior
play, KICKED OUT OF COLLEGE, with
Ralph Moore and Keith Thogmartin
playing leading roles .... .I think
you remember that play....all the
lights went out and we finished
it by flashlight...Carol Griffith
was Editor of the BULLETIN and
Miss Fisher was Advisor...some of
school papers Jacktown
ever had ..the Junior-Senior Ban-
quet was held at the Maramour in
Columbus ....to the Honor Society
went new members Richard Morton,
Patricia Morten, Donna Jean Ice,
and Glen,Wince to join the 'oldn
members,Carol Griffith and Skip
Kuhn.....our Senior member on the
County Student Council was Carol
Griffith and Pat Morton was the
newly-elected Junior Member..Mrs.
Barnett was again the County
...Carol Griffith was our LICK-
INGANA staff member and Patricia
Morton was picked to be the Ass't
Art Editor...quite an honor...now
to mention a few of the other
seniors before they leave the
Halls of J. H. S..Glenn Baker who
was always so quiet ..... .remember
the witticism of Fred Crist, Don
Parkinsonfs laugh, Charlie George
and his nsteady g1rl,'Allen lhite
and his dependability,Bruce Thog-
martin and his speeding, and the
whole class for the fun they were
and the fine addition to the
school that they made.....we are
very sorry to see you leave, een-
iors, but good luck, wherever you
We remember,too, Mr, Clark end
the fine job he did of directing
the school through 1948-l9.......
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"A Senior 's Farewell"
It is about this time of the year that a senior's thoughts turn
more definitely toward commencement, that time when we realize that
soon we will be on our own. Yes, the 25th day of May in the Hebron
School Auditorium will 1ong.be remembered. As the class sits there
clad in blue and white robes, and with our motto,'Tonight We Launch
Where Shall We Anchor?,N spelled out across the curtains, the past
year will no doubt race through our minds. I know that I for one
will think of the many good times spent at'Dear Old Hebron High' the
year. Not only will I think of all the fun I have had but I am
I will recall the hard work, the disappointing moments, and the
other instances which makes 'school' so trying at times.
Some of the things which will stand out nevertheless, are the
sports events of the year. I remember the football season..Jhe dedi-
cation of our newly lighted f1eld...the Homecoming, my how nice the
queen, Ruth Geiger, and her attendants Joan Porter, Jean Reed, Sue
Meier, Ruth Puffer, and Donna Clark, looked. ..the football banquet
at which Carroll Widdoes, assistant grid coach at Ohio State, spoke,
where the all-county players Paul Sandbrink and Jim Rapella received
their football awardsgalso where Jim Rapella received the most-valu-
able player award, and at which Lester Black, county superintendent
was an honored guest. Then it would not be easy to forget the excit-
ing basketball season, with our team coming out in second place and
then winning the Championship. I can still remember the enthusiastic
cheers led by our cheerleaders Cvarsity: Marion Fitch, Joan Porter,
Clara Rayburn, and Pat Stickley' reserve: Donna Clark, Norma Clay,
Mardell Karat, and Mary Poormani.
Other than sports, I remember the interesting chapel programs,
was such a wonderful success, the
at Homecomdng and Christmas, and
our play and Senior Trip to Wash-
Student Council made a great deal
the Junior Play, Handy Man, which
class parties, the Senior dances,
all of the excitement planning for
ington. I recall that the local
of advancement the past year and also thmzin addition to Jack Hasson
and Jim Eisenlohr,Bob Cash was chosen as Junior member to the County
Student Council. As I refresh my mind, I recall that Sue Lindsey was
our Lickingana staff member, and that those chosen for Honor Society
this year were seniors: Ruth Geiger, Joan Porter, and Charles Essex,
Juniors: Nelda Bounds,Marion F1tch,Joan Hope,and Bob Cash, congratu-
lations to them all.
experiences of school life,but now that I have
set by myself I feel, as I am sure the rest of
schoolis a wonderful experience,wh1ch we would
As my thoughts fade again I think of all of the less pleasant
accomplished the goal
the Seniors feel, that
not exchange for any-
thing and that it may be Ufarewelln to HDear Old Hebron Highn but it
is just a beginning to new experiences and higher standards.
by Evelyn Ours
Senior Class President
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