Utica High School - Builder Yearbook (Utica, OH)

 - Class of 1949

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S 39. 1 I 'E s 4 3 1 .1 x v .f r X. 3' Nd'-if EKHNQANA or H94 -QQ, Q 5435 I f f1N23SN jtiiff ky5:Q:1fiFl 311 Q'fJ ff 0 Publlnshed The IQKING OUNTY I-XIGI-LSGIHGUL STUDENT QUNQIL This page sponsored by Haynes Bros. IIV' 1 The success of extra-curricular activities in Licking County results from the co-operative efforts of many people. A large part of this success is due to the enthusiasm and efforts of Mrs. Albert Spillman QJoan to all of usj, secretary in the office of the county board of education. Thus, the Staff enjoys a real pleasure and much satisfaction in dedicating this issue of the LICKINGANA to our friend and helper, Joan This page sponsored by Denison University 2 Si-, - -r se 1 M ll 6 X 1 - "1 Q W -'Q - 4- - ,E If 076 I , nu. I ' -7 Frontispiece 1 5 4 Dedication 2 5 V ' A11-County section 4 - , Kirkersville 28 A Johnstown 52 H 'X Ng X Utica 56 7" 7 Etna 40 ' 'def h Granville 44 6 ,,- El' , Hartford 48 ,- I Alexandria 52 -- "' 4' Pataskala 56 he i Y - - Homer 60 V QQ Hanover-Toboso 64 5 Q 5 Summit ea I Q Q3 Jacksontown 72 L , l I -I Hebron '76 . b 1 Autographs 80 pn It P ,, Ei - l 'li - ll B11 I A I1 3 , ' -4!e.Q -1 Q -gg VH. ur ls.-i5'a -n .glT-na- :.1 EW l g Ii Y : ? -W H m 3 ' ""'- -A , ,ggpir is iii- -35, i This page sponsored by John J. Carroll 5 xxxxvxvxx 447' 725 I 45 , Jaffa ' 1 9 gwigfigg ., iift,sN rf A X I ,333 r ei? ., W f ,l 7 , ,gy Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Baseball ll-Man Football Citizenship Spring Festival Basketball Honor Society Student Council Social 6-Man Football Art Editor Asst. Art Editor Adviser Patty Keller JoAnn Johnson Dave Bricker Kenneth Horn Alice Hutchins June Porschet John Reese Jane Beckett Philip Parks Norma Eikelberry Melisse Kuehner Carol Griffith Sue Lindsey Marvin Fleshman Pat Morton Mrs. Hartzell Conway Kirkersville Johnstown Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala Homer Hanover-Toboso Summit Jacksontown Hebron Johnstown Jacksontown Kirkersville This page sponsored by Stewart Bros. Alward Co. 4 EXECUTIVE HEADSM, QUICK ztlar Es' 5 ees? BLHCK WISE 2 ee if TCW' Nwve lv 1 i904 we wr QRR 'G' ICKBTK 5 e 0 ouev-'Y' T k+rJScJ i9iig bq. 1 ' Q ,QQM :I , .al C4,'H Cos? ,M I , . R 5 wx ""'?,"-'lsrf ,I Llihl G 3,3gW?,QiQ TH ws Q y Q e ee ,w, 5GRg oz 6'15lgo'9e Ethaf -N0 W? ,tg ,f f1:at'm 'X Utffa. e f Q5 ya 1 T 'ska COT YN Q W J? HQ ,l5. If Hebron K .5 hkruyig IN VN HOWAX He nf sow fQ 416,77 f i e 'v Nw Q .:' gf ' "hushe- This page sponsored by King's Department Store 5 STULQQFDT CCCCDUMJ HUD Alexandria Paul Ashbrook Mary Coakley Homer Jeanie Pickens Bobby McDaniel Etna Lowell Trimmer Grace Heimberger Kirkersville Don Oyler Raymond Hite Patty Keller Advisers - Mrs. Granville David Dimick Alice Hutchins Hanover-Toboso Ronnie Claypool Walter Fleming Hartford Juanita Higgins Richard Cox Jacksontown Carol Griffith Patricia Morton Johnstown Charles Priest Gene Liggett Sum it Ralph Hoffman Vera Wittman Pataskala John Beadle Ira Poff Utica Anne Nardi Joan Biggs Hebron Dale Hasson Robert Cash James Eisenlohr Verna Barnett - Thomas J. Quick - Lester Black This page sponsored by the Roe Emerson Store 6 'G untq an Granville Hebron Hartford Carol Lantz Harriet Lantz Sue Claggett Janet Gordon Rachel Collins Dugal Pendergest Harry Summers Bruce Williams Summit Wilma Jean Randall Mary Jane Swick Joan Butler Joan Swick Charles Baird Melissa Kuehner Mary Jane Roby Hanover-Toboso Sue Pharis Martha Rose Romine Wilma Conrad Janet Predmore Florence Lescalleet Kenneth Sidle John Slater Walter Riggs Dale Meeks Sarah Moore Robert Cash Glenn Lowery John Allen Pauline Penick Jacksontown Margaret Sasser Lillian Gorley Dalton Wise John Slayter Etna Joe Palmer Dick Stewart Kirkersville Ronnie Smith Ellen Smith Utica David Bricker Carlton Riley Bruce Hissong Richard Cox June Porschet Johnstown Joan Johnson Patricia Adams Betty Miller Betty Grove Ortha Ann Grubb Joan Piper Ann Davis Mary Dugan Pataskala June Folk Ann Reelhorn Ronald Frankenberg Richard McCormick Paul Parsons Jean Biggs Mary Lou Nichols Gordon Taynor Ira Poff John Beadle Jeanne Watson I Arfxs Wm .Q This page sponsored by McMichael Music Store 7 if ex, ' c - "qS:fg!SEgiifgg:i- NF 9 67 All Wy Alexandria Janet Hankinson Irene Shaw Patty Hurlburt Patricia Bigony Claramae Montgomery Mary Coakley Janet Homer JOIISS Betty Blankenship Ruth Yoakam Patsy Reed Shirley Boyer Etna Wanda Finke Marilyn Geho Patti Long Patty Weaver Mary Ellen Wright Lillian Meyers Pataskala Chloe Ingle Patty Jo Beach Betty Reese Jetty Reese This page Granville Phyllis Roley Em a Posey Lou Hodges Hanover-Toboso Joann Fairall Marcella Pettit Alice Wells Marilyn Walcott Esther Flowers Jerry Daugherty Kirkersville Anamay Robinson Joan Kincaid Martha Stiff Hebron Joan Porter Mary Poorman Ruth Geiger Sue Meier Utica Jane Dunlap Ramona Stricker Anna Mae Beebe Summit Patty Harr Phoebe Clement Roberta Monaghan Beverly Appleman Rosalie Randall Shirley Wright Rosemary Fishbaugh Dorothy Pool Louise Staley Hartford Patty Potter Barbara Taylor Mary Porschet Mabel Rhyan Marlene Cook Marilyn Rice Jacksontown Anna'Lou Brown Betty Dettre Patricia Meredith Johnstown Barbara Needles Audrey Meats Nancy Burrell sponsored by the Burch Gift Shop 8 in uyf' Granville Hebron Bob Moreland Nicky Judge Joe Oliver Steve Spaulding George Horton Sammy Phillips Ralph Young David Grant Alexandria Donald Reid Karl Bishop H8.1'1OVGI"TObOS O Robert Bradley Ronnie Claypool Paul Crawmer Donald Romine Robert Fairall Wayne McArtor Pataskala Richard Gibson Charles Bentz Arthur Warner Lowell Dye Lon Cass Don Perry Gene VonIns James Rapella Carl Noble Bob Highman Bob Floyd Charles Essex Jacksontown Charles Davis Leroy Hoskinson Keith Thogmartin Fred Crist Allen White Charles George Bruce Thogmartin Richard Morton Kirkersville George Harper Dick Klema Dave Moore Fred Moreland Walter Piper Harold Hockey Hartford William Frederick Everett Brake Richard Higgins Johnstown Robert Cavendish Tom L. Johnson John Elbon Harold Smith Glen Snow David Benson Donald Woods David Dietzel Homer Charles Glover Philip Parks Utica Bernard Young Daniel Helphrey Ronnie Ritchey Richard Fesler Etna Dan Gieger Chester Smoke Kenneth Conkle Dick Kuhn Lowell Trimmer Charles Hall Robert Parkinson Jim Thompson This page sponsored by the Newark College of Commerce 9 if G K vm '25 A V A 1 mr viz O I ' 1 4 Betty Lou Blankenship Hazel Keckley Jeanie Pickens Etna Lillin Myers Mary Ellen Wright Jean Hall Patty Weaver Granville Louella Hodges Patricia Roltwheeler Joyce Bennett Alice Hutchins Maryan Francis Marlene Borror Florence Hollingworth Phyllis Roley Summit Melisse Kushner Jane Geer Patty Harr Hanover-Toboso Joann Fairall Norma Eikelberry Gwendolyn Rector Mary Jane Barrick Joan Porter Ruth Geiger Nelda Bounds Joan Hope Marian Fitch Jean Reed Evelyn Ours Kirkersville Ruth Ann Bauman JoAnn Kincaid Patty Keller Hartford Dorothy Denty Barbara Taylor Juanita Higgins Johnstown Donna Downing Mary Foster Charma Keeran Doris Priest Janice Sesser Susan Appleman Ortha Ann Grubb Ann Davis JoAnn Johnson Homer Hebron Alexandria Emmajean Garrabrant Jacksontown Donna Jean Ice Patricia Morton Carol Griffith Pataskala Jeanne Watson Patty Jo Beach Jane Beckett Shirley Lightfoot Wanda Roberts Chloe Ingle Jetty Reese Betty Reese Utica Betty warthen Anne Nardi Dorothy Pound Anna Mae Beebe Joan Biggs Pauline Parsons Jane McCann Ruth Troyer Jane Dunlap Jeannette Faulkner Marian Cole This page sponsored by G. 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Hunter, Royal Typewriters 10 0l10l' Soci 1,3 vnu ' b 0 c 4 r I ' ff T10 Q l 1 .N ,Q ,Q : A 'J Alexandria Donald Reid Paul Ashbrook Jacksontown Richard Morton Glen Wince John Brooks Shelby Kuhn John Eddie Hankinson Johnstown Homer Gene Liggett Robert McDaniel Carl Heskett Richard Hall Etna Lowell Trimmer Pataskala Jack Smith Sidney Pressley Joe Palmer Utica Hartford Charles Tulloss John Rhyan Dave Bricker Herbert Shoemaker Bill Tulloss Carl Bell Charles Good Granville David Dimick David Charles Grant Bill Moore Richard Horton Kirkersville Kenneth Love Hebron Charles Essex Robert Cash James Eisenlohr Su mit Leo Howell James Fries This page sponsored by Horner's Newark Paint Company ll Best Citizen Q' MARY JANE DENMAN Hanover-Toboso LELAND WALKER Utica RICHARD CANER Pataskala 'lnwmhu 9 N916 S ww Sfvow IUZMMN CLA YC5g3a0V"5'O ebb'-711 Y JACK CLEM Hartford GENE NEWLUN Etna This page sponsored by Singer Sewing Center 12 ,Aman st Citi: ns H VERNON KECKLEY OSCAR ASKOFF Homer Kirkersville OSIE FOX MARGARET MCMURRAY Johnstown Summit DON JOSIF HELEN HARMON Granville Alexandria This page sponsored by The Hub 15 Zdaliediciwiazm J ji My fray, , A If A 'V' gm iv ,, A 5 3 .. :::: I I ...:. 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A is f' E This page sponsored by Ray Hull 17 I-IEERLEADERS 13 This page sponsored by the Newark Chamber of Commerce 18 , S X75--Q NQ::EE: ,gif ff FOOTIQIILL CHAMPS X-,?,, JOHNSTOWN First Row lleft to rightj - Carl Heskett, Dick Butt, Lee Wright, Marvin King, Bill Van Fossen, Jack McKenzie, Robert Piper, Tom Walker. Second Row lleft to right! - Bruce Benedict, Glenn Snow, Dallas Dowell, Bob Keeran, Dave Benson, Dan Buck, Dave Dietzel, Neil Stout, Larry Lafferty, Ron Dietzel. Third Row Qleft to right! - Keith Ashbrook, Harold Smith, John Elbon, Ronnie Retherford, Tom Dague, Jay Miller, Willard Hughes, Monroe Wright, Rudy Holbrook, Jim Montgomery, Glen Culp, Coach. N.g X K 44 vw- v , 1 s X ' , , U This page sponsored by Best Jewelry Store 19 -l-1, MAN QQTBALL ALEXANDRIA First Row Qleft to rightj - Managers Albert Marlow, Donald Moore, Jim Elliott. Second Row Qleft to rightj - John Reese, Paul Ashbrook, Don Reid, Don Brush, Lewis Carroll, Jack Parsons. Third Row Cleft to right!-Herb King, Coach, Paul Fleming, John Fisher, Bob Rathburn, Ernest Powell, Ed Hankinson, Karl Bishop, Norman Powell. Fourth Row Qleft to rightj - John Kenney, Glen Logsdon, Bob Brush, Kenny Shaw, wayne Revercomb, Stanley Bowman. This page sponsored by Harry J. Rook 20 IIIIIIIlllllllllliilllllllllll I HEBRON First Row fleft to rightb - Carl Noble, Bill Wilson, Jim Rapella, Denny Davis. Second Row - Jack Dement. Third Row fleft to rightj - Gilbert Johnson,Coach, Bill Smith, Chuck Essex, Bob Cash, Jim Eisenlohr, Harold Wehrs, Tom Bush, Eugene Vonlns. This page sponsored by Sears Roebuck and Company 21 . 'P ,fa E5 'zz ..- I. 1 I I IA L948 ' Q,x4Al'7,Qf Lambert Frischen Jack Stiff Charles Jones Elmer Martin Homer Poorman Robert Wiseman Donald Brown HEBRON Denny Davis Bill Smith Andy Platt Robert Cash Eugene Graft Harold Wehrs Carl Noble Glen Lowry Bill Cobun Carl Avery John Alten Lester Clark Sherman Clay Tom Bush This page sponsored by H. L. Art, Your Jeweler 22 11-MAN 5 Q ALL' is ' LAFWER Parr Q W FHM 3 . Hfmafv Q, s 7 Sf- sqm, 4' .DlMfCK GRANWZZE KNV6 Jbmwvvmv UTKV4 P4 7',4s1m1.,4 351 Tw, .7 L all? GRANVILLE LESCILEET U7'lC'A 'f ' ' : NJLKIR X gil , 1 A gk.. f f L XT A X GRA NT Gnnfvvllll M Jawa nmw hwmwr Jwfrsramv ,f0!llVf7'0l4W Zhwmv UTICA 03571 JONES Gnmvvf Hr: WNFQSIN JWAWOknMK I-lEliA'o,v This Page SP0HS0Ped by Cullisonfs Commercial Photography Studio 25 FOOT 819436 .mm QM, 1 9 t I 'X Ag A will HOMER ,fxky R REESE BRUSI1 I J DAVIS Af.cxAffvcfRm A EXAM PM Iwiclfsofv-FJWN STHQES SUMMIT J. A ffl? lfms ofvs AC SON OWN ' vef'f' ff!fxfzfvafmA This pa d by rl ll N li Wallpaper' Store 24 ALLCOUNTH BASKETBALL Hzfpp Jfcfrfofrro mv CMH HE5,Qo,v Wlfvcs JACk5oN T0 w,v i REID ALEXANDRM WlL.5'0Af HEBKON This page sponsored by the Ohio Power' Company 25 'gwf X 71 4' M Q 4 faf V , Zyl ZZ! Zfz iff if 2'2'f 4 7 Z , I0 ll ll nr 5 , ' f . 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Initation Pep-Meeting fPubl1c Inviteay Homecoming Carnival Hartford CHerel Junior Class Party Alexandria CHereD Student Council trip to Cine innati NOVEM ER Milkanth Ohana from India Etna fThereJ Sophmore Hamburg Fry Football Weiner Roast Magazine Sales CFM Radiol Thurston CThereD Hebron fHereJ DECEMBER Pataskala KThereD Hartford CThereJ Visit court in Newark Hanover-Toboso CHerel Summit CHereD JANUARY lcontJ 14 Hanover-Toboso fHereD 15 Carroll CHereD 18 Millersport fThersD 21 Hopewell lHereJ 25 Alexandria CHereJ 28 Etna CThereD 29 Alumni fHereD FEBRUARY l Pataskala CHereJ 4 Hebron 2Thereg 8 Summit There ll Hartford fHereD 12 Homer fHereJ 19 Tournaments start APRIL l Junior Class Play 9 Athletic Banquet 29 Spring Festival MAY 2 Senior Class Day 7 Junior-Senior Banquet 13 Senior Class Play 22 Baccalaureate 24 Commencement 26 May Day 28 Alumni Banquet SENIOR CLASS NEWS Colors --------- Blue and White Flowers--Shattered Carnations Motto- ------ ----- It's only a Etna CHerel Commencement Christmas Program Millersport CHereD LICKINGANA 1 gg gggigzgagovggigifgegtgfts Kirkersville is very proud to be editor of the Lickingana this year. The faculty adviser is Mrs. Hartzell Conway. We wish to express our thanks to all of those that have helped make this a memorable year. JANUARY 3 Vacation Over 4 Jacksontown lTherel 7 Senior class pictures taken Kirkersville High This page sponsored by C. N. Keller 29 H1 h Sc oo This page sponsored by Green Shingle Confectionary 50 t 5 Ac-hvltncs S P o r This page sponsored by Al1en's Grocery 51 This page is sponsored by Bishop's Insurance Agency 52 .SENIGRS WML"'3e?2Mf,fM IQHU-aL19a,.,,g,, Q .ff zu -MW Q .gk Z-Q QfE??9f5,,if Q qi A CU 5 ali- Q T gfifxizgifiig 0 Q2 ...,fww7'Qa?-Zigi? i G WW WT?" MW 1733 2 d fZwmM? A 3755" Q1 209' , F GP MEQQQQWQSW S FZICULTRK This page is sponsored by POliIlg'S Meat Marke 55 This page is sponsored by Lloyci's Drug Store 54 I 1 Y- TEEN HI -y This page is sponsored by R. and J. 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The cheerleaders presented many nice skits, pep meetings and performances that gave us and the team, the some times much needed boost. ORGANIZATIONS 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. MUSIC 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 SPORTS 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 the evening. This page sponsored by Murphy Bros. This page sponsored by Ritchey Br-os 58 fe F O O T B A L L w. is N.g p ,QI ig H . .. K gifs A ,,..f wg K mf .2 fe: Q 'L vw-arf ? f'- S T U D E N T C 0 U N C I L This page sponsored by J. O. Snair - Marathon Service Station 59 B U I L E E B S T 1-1 Q F LOWELI. TRIl'1MER'm GROVER BRIO KE R HAROLD FORD DOROTHY LINK 1 I CHESTER SMOKE GH HI XS CLIIES 56900 I 3 E34 JACK 5l'1ITH'ww WAYNE BRYAN I uf MARILYN GEHO PATRICIA LONG WILLIAM SNIDER EVERETT WEAVER- p J' O RE TTR OURRAN UNINIE GIEGER R.: S V. kf.k' LI LIRN MYERS PATRICIA WEAVER This! Page Sponsored by Snicierus Grocer-y 40 JOSEPH PALMER :- V' E ' ..- WANDA FINKS BARBI-WI HIZEY EUGENE SAGER mg. ' N w f: 1'-nu. JAMES WYRJCK. ET N OUR GPPORTUNITIES 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 athletic teams, 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- cerned. Lincoln's famous statement- UI will study and get ready and some day my chance will comeu - surely has implications for all of us. 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 sell-reliant. 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 courage. 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 for work. 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 High. 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 year. This trophy signilies that players, spectators, and everyone connected with the tournamerm from Etna School and community displayed the highest type of sportsmanship. 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HN, V 7 V V , . 5 va E L L as L ' V I H ,M ' ' f f X"'-QL J - V 1 'MMV X bw ,QQ I " wsu. N 1 g ...,..W.. N-f L S 'HQ - L L ,, l ' W- M" L L L L, -w..., . 44 QERLHNSEYE 75 iw Dear Friends, 'x 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 schedule. 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 honorable mention. 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 District Tournament. The calendar for the remain- der of the year is as follows: March 4--District basketball game with Caledonia. 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. N12-13 Annual Senior production of the play. 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. 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K Sim Sagem X, Q S Q 34 fm., L.y'?3:2- ss 'Li gf-fs 2 i , 'S-'lt S -'bu ,vc cf ,9,,Mr .o HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL lg 'wsf V ev Flew, e AQ' 9 g I' S -as 5 35 5 ff 1 1' 1' O ' prgh gig 33.53, 'A ,-1.42: S p ,xi Y fb 44 E his Class of iff? This page sponsered bfy Groton Hardware. 48 1 l Q SQ ik X N Ki N, 1 Q Q55 N S52 it Q ' A H ww : w. 'ff 3 2 fszv U ,,. -K Q5 'P ,wb fy Y - S Of, V , , 'W Q33 OHHH I 1 O fx 'S Q04 90 , fffgfzw O" SENIORS This year we have 15 members in our graduating class. The officers were. 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 Briden. Harold Higgins and Kenneth Butt played on the all-star team on January 29. Juanita Higgins and Eileen Spearman were elected as varsity cheerldaders. John Rhyan, Dorothy Denty, and Juanita Higgins were on the Honor Society. 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 University. JUNIORS 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 the class. Marlene Cook and Ethel McCoy were varsity cheerleaders. Marlene Cook was Homecoming Queen attendant. Richard Cox was elected to the county student council. Barbara Taylor and Herbert Shoemaker were members of the Honor Society. On March 22nd and 23rd the Juniors presented their play 'Hillbilly Courtshipn. 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. SOPHMORES 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. FRESHM N 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 LATIN CLUB This year our Latin class be- came members of the Junior Class- ical League. We received pins and the bi-monthly magazine uAuxilium Latinumn. STUDENT COUNCIL This year we organized a school student council. The members of this were: 7th Grade ------ ---- Howard Gosnell 8th Grade ----------- Roger Higgins 9th Grade ------ Mary Jane Porschet Donald Williams 10th Grade ------- Priscilla Morris Richard Higgins llth Grade ------------ Richard Cox Marlene Cook Herbert Shoemaker 12th Grade -------- Juanita Higgins Marjorie Duncan Eileen Spearman this group has been a success its first year, we hope it will be continued next year. Since This page sponsored by Grandstaff's Red and White Store. FRESHMEN Row l-Ma O'Neal Mary Butt, Mary PY Forschet, Mabel ,Rhyan, Delores Needles, Josephine.Hutton. Row 2- Mr. Blankenship, Jean Mc- Laughlin, Nancy Steinbrenner, Chet Snyder, Donald Mitchell, Donald Williams. Row 5-Jimmie Howes, Everett Brake, Fred Hamilton, Jack Grandstaff, Charles Cochran. ' FOOTBALL Row 1- Herb Shoemaker, John Rhyan, Kenneth Butt, Howard Siegesmund, Chet Snyder, Giles Clayton. Row 2- Mr. Frye, Jack Grandstaff, Robert Fown Don Williams Rich- ! ! ard Higgins. Row 3-Jimmie Howes, Gene Canaday, Dave Gooch, Dave Williams, Charles Cochran. BAND Row l-Gloria Snyder. Row 2-Patty Nichols, Mary Porschet Barbara Taylor, Glenola Potter, Dave Williams, Jeanenne Law, Wilma Peterman. Row 5-Roger Higgins, Jimmie Howes, Richard Cox, Patti Booher, Marlene Cook, Juanita Higgins, Mrs. Rob- erts o Row 4- Richard Higgins, Marilyn Rice, June Porschet, David Grube, Richard Hogue. SOPHOMORES Row 1- Priscilla Morris, Glenola Potter, Gladys Cramer, Patti Booher, Martha Denty, Donnie Hess, Beverly Magill. Row 2- Richard Higgins, Richard Horn, Howard Siegesmund, David Gooch, Robert Fown, Mr. Earl Blankenship. This page sponsored by Shoemaker's Quality Grocery. 50 M VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1-Richard Higgins, John Rhyan, Richard Horn, Dave Williams, Clyde Needles, Robert Fown. Row 2- Coach-Robert Frye, Kenneth Butt, Howard Siegesmund, Herbert Shoemaker. Harold Higgins Kabsentl. SENIORS Row l- Betty Hunter, Jewell Rice, Dorothy Denty, Juanita Higgins, Ellen Fletcher. Row 2- Mr. Frye, Eileen Spearman, Marjorie Duncan, Barbara Peterman. Row 5- John Rhyan, Kenneth Butt, Eugene Canaday. Harold Higgins fabsentl. JUNIORS Row 1- Barbara Taylor, June Pors- chet, Ethel McCoy, Marilyn Rice, Marlene Cook, Mrs. Cooperider. Row 2- Clyde Needles, Dave lill- iams, Richard Cox, Herbert Shoe- maker, Giles Clayton. Homer White Cabsentl. 7th and 8th Basketball Row l-Jerry McLaughlin, Herb Fown, Neil Shoemaker, Ned Fletcher, Billy Hogue, Richard Callan, Shir- ley Brake. Row 2- Mr. Southard, Jerry Potter, Ned Grandstaff, David Grube, Bob Taylor, Danny Grube, Sue Rich. Row 3- Tom Buel, John Gooch, Fred Butt, Roger Higgins. This page sponsored by Emerson's Restaurant. 5 1 s 5 5 , Q E I 5 5 i E Q Q Z 1 9 I Charles L. Selamieq Ezqf Htrber? N King, F2zcQf l Ezra J. 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Ronald Stevens F.F.I.-2,mZ Class Play-2,k, Glee Club-kg Mixed Chorus-U. Emma Jean Garrabrant GIee CIEBL , , 5 . .A.-23 Class Play-2,E,k3 Mixed Chorus-4: Paper Staff- : Class Secretary-3, 43 Honor Society-4. Paul Ashbrook BasEef5aII-2,3,Mg F.F.A.-2,3,4: Football-l,2,E,43 County Council- 3,k3 Track-3, 3 Student Council- l,2,3,k: Class President-1,2,3,4: Glee Club-l,2,3g Student Council Vice-President-35 President-kg Mixed Chorus-35 Class Play-2,3,4. Ruth F18 F.H.A.- 5,23 Class Play 3, M3 Cheerleader-U. Elberta Flemin Claes Secretary-lg F.H.A.-1 23 Class Play-3,43 Cheerleader-n. Esther Powell Class Treasure-13 F.H.A. 1,25 Student Council-2,35 Glee Club- l,2,4: Class Play-l,2,3,U: Mixed Chorus-U: Class Vice-President-M Cheerleader-U. Sept. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. npr. pr. Apr. May May May May Hay May May Activities of the year School started Magazine sale began Homecoming crowning of queen Grade 7 assembly program Jun1or's first play Senior assembly program School Christmas Party Freshman assembly program Movie 'Danny Boy Senior Scholarship tests Movie 'Highlights of Steel Making' Sth grade assembly Buhla, the magician School Movie County F.F.A. party Juniors broadcast,Jun1or Town meeting, W.C.L.T. Student Council Party Parliamentary Procedure Contest Sophomore Play Junior Assembly Program Senior Brosdcast,W.C.L.T. Every pupil tests Sr. Scout Variety Show F.H.A.-F.F.A. Banquet Movie Senior play F.F.A. Assembly program Spring Music Festival Seniors leave on trip Junior-Senior Banquet Junior Play Baccalaureate F.H.A. Assembly Program Commencement School closes Sponsored by The Alexandria Bank Co. ALEX MIXED CHORUS lst row Icenhour Jones Phalen,B1gony, Beaver Logsdon Delong Hurlburt, 2nd row Coak1ey,Reed,Gurn Smoots Garrabrant Hankinson Davis 3rd row: Bowman,Logsdon, Hank1nson,Moore, Ashbrook,Re1d, Ashbrook,Parsons, F1sher,Carro11, Stevens, Bishop. Qyn STUDENT COUNCIL lst row: Quick,Coak1ey, Ashbrook,Shaw,Re1d, 2nd row: Brooks,Beaver,Smoots, Hankinson, Parsons, Reed,Powe11,Hur1burt, Reese. c'ff,f"?F' BASKETBALL lst row: B1shop,Re1d,Parsons, Carroll , Brush. 2nd row: K1ng,Shaw Reese, Ashbrook,Bathburn, Ashbrook,Hank1nson, Fisher, Hartsough. 3rd Ioenhour,Brooks, Ashbrook,Brush, Bowman,Kenney. Sponsored by the Alexandria Service Station 54 Q FRESHMAN lst row: Kohn1e,Kean,Shaw, Powe11,F1em1ng, Garrabrant, 2nd row: Tanner, Lauterback Hank1nson,Powel1, R1charde,B1ackburn Kean,Jones,Price. 3rd row: Icenhour,Brush, Aehbrook,Revercomb Tucker,Bowman. Mounts I D ALEX M. 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I 93' Cv ef: Q ' 2,092 RN Mx once tl ,., f This page sponsored by Glover Grocery 60 ll HER HI Bett L Blankenshi KBett Loul A A --X -' 9 Y Licking County Chorus 2- Student Council 1-3 Treasurer Utica Herald 1-2-3-A Softball 2 Chatterbox 2-3-A,Class Plays 3-A The Pioneer A Jr.Town Meeting A Cheerleader A Honor Society A Ambition - To Become a Nurse Pet Peeve - Men or boys Jeraldine Butcher fJerryJ Utica Herald 3 Chatterbox 3-A The Pioneer A Class Plays 3-A Jr. Town Meeting A Softball 2 Ambition - Secretary Pet Peeve - Ironing Shirley Cunningham fShir1eyJ President 2 Student Council 2-A Licking County Chorus 2-3 Secretary of Student Council A Utica Herald 1-2-3-A Softball 2 Chatterbox 2-3-A,Class Plays 3-A Jr.Town Meeting A The Pioneer A Ambition - Office Worker Pet Peeve - Waiting for someone or someone waiting for me Betty Q. Douglass lBettyJ Licking County Chorus 1-2-3 Student Council 1-2 President 1 Utica Herald 1-2-3-A,Secretary A A A 2 Chatterbox 2-3-A,Class Plays 3- The Pioneer A,Schoo1 Secretary Jr. Town Meeting A Softball Ambition - Office Worker Pet Peeve - Car Trouble Naomi Ruth Griffith fRuthieJ County Student Council 3 Student Council 3 Secretary 3 Vice Pres. of Student Council 3 Utica Herald A Chatterbox 3-A Librarian 3 Cheerleader 3-A Jr. Town Meeting A Treasurer 3 The Pioneer A Class Plays 3-A Ambition - To Become a Million- aire Pet Peeve - No Car Cecil A. Miller KCecJ V. President 3-A,C1ass Plays 3-A Student Council A Baseball 1-2 Utica Herald A Chatterbox A Basketball 1-2-3 Football 2-3-A Ambition - Aircorps or College Pet Peeve - Car Trouble Ivan A. Mills CBuckJ V. President 2 Class Plays 3-A Librarian 2 Football 1-2-3 Basketball 1-2-3-A Ambition - Loafing Pet Peeve - Teachers Jeanie Pickens fJeanieJ Licking County Chorus 3 Jr. Town Meeting A,President 3-A Honor Society 3-A The Pioneer A Utica Herald 1-2-3 Softball 2 A 3 A Sec. - Treas. 1 Class Plays 3- County Council A Librarian Cheerleader 1-2-3- Ambition - Comptometer Operator Pet Peeve - Fighting Donald L. Rodeniser fEisenhowerJ Sec. - Treas. 2 Utica Herald 3 Chatterbox 3-A Class Plays 3-A Baseball 2-3-A Basketball 2-3-A Librarian 2 Ambition - Farmer Pet Peeve - Work Senior Activities Sept. 7 First Day of School Oct. 29 Senior Class Pictures Nov. 17 Senior X'rays, Newark, Ohio Dec. 22 Christmas Festivities Mar. 18 Senior Class Play UQuit Your Kiddingn 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 Beachwold Restaurant May Baccalaureate Exercises 22 May 2A May 25 Commencement Exercises Last Day of School Senior Class Officers President ......... Jeanie Pickens Vice President ...... Cecil Miller Secretary.... ..... Betty Douglass Treasurer. .... .Betty Blankenship Sr. Student Council: President .... .Jeanie Pickens Members...Shir1ey Cunningham Cecil Miller Class Motto - Preparation is the Keynote to Success This page sponsored by Kenney Service Station Boys' Quintet and pianist: Junior Town Meeting lHarvey Ihr. Sanders, James Elliott, Keckley, James Elliott, Ruth Earl Smith, Donald McDaniel, Yoakam Jeanie Pickens, Wayne Charles Glover, Billy Ross, Kenneyi Nancy Dixonl is J' J 5 gk Y Pr , get ha, t V .Y Girls' Quintet CBetty Wilkin, Bus Drivers fRoss Rice, Bob Joyce Fosdyke, Ruth Keckley Edwards, Dwight Hunter, Bob Nancy Dixon, Dixie Davidsoni Kemmerl r-riff Jr.Play,WYou'll Die Laughingn Reserve Basketball This page sponsored by The Preston Oil Co. 62 LINER HI High School and Faculty s Football Team flst row: Keckley, Dan Hopkins, Glover, Caldwell, Williams, Farley, 2nd row: Hosler, Coach, Eurphy,Parks, Mills, Hart- field, Elliott, Qrd row: Ross, Manager, McDaniel, Miller, Smith, Dennis Hopkins! This page sponsored by Chet's Welding Repair 65 2th, 8th Grades 1 H if . . fy K Q 5 1 -:, - p 5 i 3 E Q 5 5 5 . f i ' s i - ' 1 Q S -' ,x ,rxww 5 2 l J 1 H , 1 F 1 A 2 5 , W ffffiffi P'f'f'f'?ffffffWff1fif ,M ,., W, S,,.Wl, k?f'fCf ?Qf1ff' 6f1 f V, ..,.M, . ..MM,M,X , . 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REPRESENTATIVES FROM H-T The Honor Society members from Hanover-Toboso are Gwendo- lyn Rector, Mary Jane Barrick, Joann Fairall, and Norma Eikel- berry. On the County Student Coun- cil are Walter Fleming and Ronnie Claypool. Norma Eikelberry, a junior, was elected to be our member on the Lickingana Staff. CLASS ACTIVITIES 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 The band has shown great progress since it was organized. It has increased from 25 members to 33 members with a major and four majorettes. On December 20, as a part of their Christmas program, the band was presented with new uni- forms in the high school audito- Piume The band learned many clever formations which were presented at football and basket ball games. ATHLETIC AWARDS 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 Wayne Morris. 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. COUNTY SPRING FESTIVAL The Hanover-Toboso Glee Clubs were represented at the Festival by Bob Bradley, Ronnie Claypool, Robert Fairall, Paul Crawmer, Donald Romlne, Wayne McArtor, Joann Fairall, Jerry Daugherty, Marcella Pettit, Alice Wells, Marilyn Walcott, and Esther Flowers. Representing the band were: Sue Pharis, Martha Rose Romine, Wilma Conrad, Janet Predmore, Florence Lescalleet, and Kenneth Sidle. Sponsored by Canter R McKnight and the Rondezvous JUNIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS 8th GRADE CLASS 71:11 GRADE CLASS HONOR SOCIETY Canter k McKnight and the Rondezvous 66 GIRLS CHORUS MIXED CHORUS Q 7th AND Sth MUSIC CLASSES BAND vm.. FOOTBALL TEAM BASKETBALL TEAM Edward's R Evans Grocery 67 at-,H SMI Ku 5' .C v 'WWF' wax X xx :xl 'K if 4 N' 45-F ' kim? YK Pj'- ak XXX ,,. M' E OLP-V WTR' 'PQ6 'Qi L r2WltKl Y .. 42.0 ryan E E 5 f 3 551 .xr ii 4 E? Q9 uf iv, V f Oylivv BW X x . 'V .5 H 'V k x 18- 3 - K E P It QV! l f fv f . C f J K' JEAN 4 OW tx V , 0 QA Q '19 460 V 1 "?,i,6,qR rlgjpjf P' JANE PQIL A ST U D90 OCQN 'N I Q 2? I ' Q 'AQL39 . . YEA QUE, .C This page sponsored by STALEY'S ELECTRICAL SERVICE 68 wx v 'V HISTORY CLASS 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' hands! Summit's football season started off right with the game with Kirkersville. 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- ber 18. 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 variety. The All County Music Festi- val was April 29. Our represent- atives in band for All County were: 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 Swick-3rd Clarinet. 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, Rosemary Fishbaugh. 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 year. 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. This page sponsored by STARR'S SERVICE STATION Majorettes 3 Homecoming Queen A WMF All County Football Captain AEE Sqynd 1 Skt -Ball N7f 11 This page is sponsored by the SUMMIT RESTAURANT 70 f 5 Hi S K0 Sfaff E E A. 554' Gteev Club W7 BP Jumor Quad v JJ p g d by SHADWICIUS STORE Summit 6 M41 A This pa-fe soonsored by T.'IcKibbon's Garage 72 65 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 MTU 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 the best 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 Council Advisor...Congratulations ...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 may goals We remember,too, Mr, Clark end the fine job he did of directing the school through 1948-l9....... This page sponsored by Jacksontown Garage 75 J A C K S O N T O W N A 'ka A 4. 3 - SOPHOMORE CLASS Row 1--Frances Wilson, Margie Bruce,Miss Alma King, Advisor, Mary Jo Hoskinson,Shirley May- se, and Jane Pound. Row 2--Evan Smith,Roy MoKibben Billy Nichols,Roger Cotterman, and Kenny Deck. BULLETIN STAFF Row 1--Shirley Kelley,Ann Wat- kins,Donna Ice,Lillian Gorley, Jarol Griffith, Irene Seymour, Anna Brown, Irene Morgan, Jean Cotterman. Row 2--Carol Brown,Bette Hosk- inson,Jane Pound,Pat Meredith, Pat Morton,Francis Wilson,Mar- gie Bruce, Miss Fisher,Advison Row 5--Rodney Hill, Lahwn Wise Bill Davis, Bruce Thogmartin , Fred Crist,C.George,D. Grove. This page sponsored JUNIOR CLASS Row l--Shirley Kelley, Donna Ice,Lill1an Gorley,Pat Morton, Anna Brown,Irene Morgan, Jean Cotterman. Row 2--Fred West, Frank Crist, Ralph Moore, Glen Wince, Patty Meredith, Irene Seymour, Mrs. Verna Barnett, Advisor. Row 5--Leroy Hoskinson, Calvin Boring, Keith Thogmartin, Phil Rei3,Car1 Terry,Bernard Rogers and Dick Grove. FRESHMAN CLASS Row l--Martha Parkinson, Patty Beckman, Pat Roberts,Doris Col- lins, Betty Hallgonnie Robbins and Bette Dettre. Row 2--Mr. Herbert Buck, Betty Bailey,Peggy Sasser,Wanda Law- rence,Carol Brown,Ann Watkins, Bette Hoskinson,Donna Beard. Row 3--Paul Leaman, John Slay- ter, Richard King, Eugene Col- lins, Dalton Wise,Rodney Hill, and Max Keefo. by Blade Brothers' Garage J A C FOOTBALL SQUAD C2nd in Countyj Row 1--Fred Crist, Bruce Thog- martin, Dale Hupp,Richard Mor- ton,Bill Davis and Skip Kuhn. Row 2--Allen White,Dick Grove, Ralph Moore,Bill Nichols,Keith Thogmartin,Frank Crist,Roy Mc- Kibben, and Coach Herb Buck. Row 5--Rodney Hill, Roger Cot- erman, Eugene Collins, Phil Re1g,Evan Smith,LeroyIkmkinson no QU' BAND Row l--Beckman, Bailey, Boles, hall, Majorettes. Row 2--Seymour, Keefe,Seymour, Hoberts,Sasser, Brown, Boring, Hanby, Mitcnel1,Ice,Parkinson, Johnston, Mrs. Barnett,Dir. Row 5--Smith,Hill, Hoskinson , Gorley,Meredith, Boring,Davis, Robbins,Rockey,Davis,Nichols. How 4--Gorley, Helser, Fulk, Johnston, Wise, Smith,Thogmar- tin,Fisher,Slayter,Keefe. K S O N T O W N BASKETBALL SQUAIX2nd in Countyj Row l--Charlie George,Freddie Crist,Glen Wince, Dale Hupp, Bill Davis, Skip Kuhn, Leroy Hoskinson. How 2--Don Parkinson, Calvin Boring,Halph Moore,Keith Thog- martin, Richard Morton, Bruce Thogmartin,Hoy McKibben, Roger Cotterman, Coach Herbert Buck. Row 5--Allen White,Evan Smith, Fred West, Eugene Collins,Dal- ton Wise,Phil Keig, Max Keefe. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Row l--Mr. Bale, Leroy Hoskin- son,Ralph Moore, Frank Crist, Calvin Boring, Fred West, Ber- nard Rogers, Mr. Clark, Supt. Row 2--Richard King, Allen White, Dale Hupp, Glen Wince, Eugene Collins, Dalton Wise, and Charlie George. Row 5--Evan Smith, Max Keefe John Slayter,Bill Nichols,Paul Leaman, Keith Thogmartin, Don Parkinson and Rodney Hill. This page sponsored by Stot1er's Restaurant , an ir 1 U 25. ,4 , , .rn of , ,,, s I xx E I Q' 'L N? v' 4. . 5 ,i 'W 7' M f ' 1' 4,,,,,, was v wwf? . -5 V . if Bf..L+,,,w J ,,,i:M, ,mmf , ,, uw, , F . 9 ,un ur f V4 4 ,if 'hrs ' V' N, 5 C2 1. L I an O ' 's 1 9 4 9 Q' F 1 LX' V ' x ' if 1 UNH 591359 f'1'ELv'N , f?-JRE V I V WW' f 0 ig, A 5 , L, . X? x V .V 3, .X gy V , . U U" JS: BZT'J T rs 'V an ws " , ' ' 1, 7 i 5 6, 'fx 5 . , , A , A 'nf' f' 1' A , 5' tb ' vp 5 'sf " E -. . .X . Q 3' x 1' Q f 4 Gs w -fx' :sein Q g. -455 Q .- J N 'fl if C DEAN i HAM 4 V n A '14 ,, K v A ' N " 4 3 it ,fi 5 V- . I 1. ' da k 'N . , - J i. Q A L Q. .4 -1 ,ff K-.Q LK 3 Qgggswa If E If P 2533254 E CLIVER SUE E ME4 i 7 Q V ' -P' :x ar 'O - 3 5 -or ,X ,, 5 is ., , - ' 5 WWFT me 5 - Q, 'Q I if 3. ' xx 'wg wiutaui EUGENE LANE EDWARD LCADEGAH ROBERT LXGARVER MARRY WSEPULUSDA -Jovm Y ALLEN ,mqgf n LQ This page sponsored by House or Portraits, Columbus 76 EBROD HI GH SCHOOL "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 past sure many 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 This page sponsored by Cummins Ice Cream, Hebron 77 HEBRUH HIGH SCHOOL This page sponsored by F1tch's, Hebron 78 HEBHOH HIGH SCHOOL 'Thin page sponsored by Stiff'e Restaurant, Buckeye Luke 79 Wffwjmw M live M fm! my XE S WW M 2 15 Q2 emi JWWM JQAMQ M KW QW This page sponsored W MM QWQTNOMM SFZJMQ 80 by Carlile Furniture and Rug Company


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