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Business Manager, , , , , , , , Erdeene Hillyer
Assistant Business Manager. . . . . . . . . , , . jane Fair
Circulation Managers . . . . . . Harry Davis,jim Leonard
Clas s Editors:
Senior. . . Betty Jean Rice, jane Fair
Sophomore . .
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. Marlyne G ruve r
. . Eileen Edeburri
. . .Carabelle Scott
Seventh Grade. . .Emma j'eanBrown
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Music Editor , ,
Class History. . .
Class Will ....
Class Prophecy. . .
Class Poem. . .
Class Song. . .
Typists ...... .
Faculty Advisors. . .
. . . Elinor Perkins
. , ,Larry Bradley, jack Warner
I . . . . Irene Hillyer
. .Robert Mullett
. . .Wanda Aurand
. . Francis Smith
. . Randall Sweitzer
. . Clyde Moffett
Florence Santfant, Patricia Sonk
. .Mr. Inglefield, Mrs. Hanawalt
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pended in giving guidance and advice to
the staff, and of the generous use of her
talent to aid all forms of school activity
we gratefully dedicate the 1948 V-Echo
High School Faculty
Front Row: Mr. Wasik, Mrs. Hanawalt,
Miss Lawton, Mr.. Inglefield, Back Row:
Mr. Schettino, Mr. Mallett. Mrs. Inglefield
james O. Inglefield R. D. Mallett Stanley Wasik Robert Schettino
West Middlesex, Pa. Hartford, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Youngstown, Ohio
Superintendent Mathematics Coach Social Sciences
Science B. S. - M. A. Commercial Seventh and Eighth
B. S. Slippery Rock Kent State Ninth and Tenth Advisor
M. E. University of University Advisor B. S. Youngstown
Pittsburgh B. B. A. Westminister College
jean M. Lawton Mary B. Inglefield janet A. Hanawalt
Pittsburgh, Pa. West Middlesex, Pa. Kinsman, Ohio
English Latin Home Economics
Junior Advisor B. A. Westminister Science
B- A- Westministef College Senior Advisor
College B. s. ohio state
Unive r sity
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National Honor Soc.
Class officer 4
Booster club 2-3
Class Officer Z
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Class officer 3
Class officer Z
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Grads School Editor
BETTY JEAN RICE
Clan officer 1-3-4
Booster club 4
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Ptsnlst for chorus 2-3'
Chairman of Carnival 4
National Honor Soc.
Clan officer I
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Typist for annual
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RANDALL SWEIT ZER
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As we, the class of 1948, write the last few events into our record at
Vernon High School, our thoughts go back twelve years to the day our
mothers scrubbed our faces and first sent us off to school. Of the twenty-
four original members of the class that met Miss Paden in September,
1936, only six, Betty jean Rice, Florence Santfant, Roberta Archer, jack
Warner, Paul Hutchins. and Bob Mullett, remain to see the last chapter be-
ing written in our history. Our grade school days tell of many ups and
downs in population. In the third grade we were only eighteen, in the
fourth, nineteen, and in the fifth we slumped to seventeen as we shifted
back and forth between Miss Johnston and Miss Schadt. Weren't we big
then! Yes, twenty-three of us were divided between two teachers. Miss
Lowe and Mr. Cutting, and we really beat the seventh grade playing basket-
A grand total of thirty moved upstairs to Miss Locn and the thrill of
having classes in different rooms each period. Unfortunately, Miss Loch,
saw our all-time high in population drop to twenty-two the following year.
The night of the hair-raising freshmen initiation we realized we had
finally reached high school. Out class, in Miss Fitts' homeroom, had three
new permanent members: Elinor Perkins, Larry Bradley, and Clyde Moffett.
Our Sophomore year was high lighted by an unheard of victory. Both the
boys and girls teams won the high school basketball tournament.
More vivid are the mem0ries of the hours we spent selling refreshments
at basketball games, taking-tickets for the "Tennessee Valley Ramblers",
and working long hours to learn our lines for our junior Class play, "For
Pete's Sake". We remember vividly Mrs. Hanawalt's reminders that we
had to have money to give the junior-Senior Banquet and to get to Buffalo.
Our junior year had a really successful conclusion the night we thrilled to-
gether at the lights over Niagara Falls.
On the last step of our ladder, eighteen of us strong have turned the
last few pages in our story. Altogether none of our boys openly admit pres-
idental aspiration, we joined forces with the junior Class to get inside
Washington, D. C. To achieve this goal we gave two hilarious one-act
plays, "The Curiosity Cure" and "Sisters Under the Skin", and sold an
endless stream of magazines, cards, andcandy. Before our trip the juniors
entertained us at a banquet, and evening none of us will forget, and on May
4th, we piled into a bus for Washington. In a few short days American history
came to life for us. Then on May 19th we each heard our name being called.
The last paragraph has been written in the history of our life at Vernon.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1948
We, the Senior Class of 1948, of the Vernon High School, of Trumbull
County, in the State of Ohio, being of sound mind and body after four stren-
uous years, do hereby make, publish, and declare this as 'our last and best
will and testament hereby revoking all former wills, bequests, and devices
of whatever nature or form heretofore made by us. -
We the Seniors, will to the facutly, our regular habits and the excuses
we are so good about bringing from home.
To the juniors, we extend to them the right to accept or reject all carved
and battered desks, and all our senior dignity.
To the Sophomores, we will our ability in long arguments that never get
us anywhere, and our dislike for getting down to business.
To the Freshmen, we will our fondness for coke and chewing gum, and
our skill in hitting the waste basket with paper wads.
We, the individual members of the class bequeath the following:
Florence Santfant, wills her ring to Donna Zimmet. Oh Yeah!
Bob Mullett, wills his ability in handling women to Tom Bradley.
Roberta Archer, wills all twenty boyfriends to joan I-Iassell--Beware!
Clyde Moffett, wills his lawyer look and his intelligence to Pete
Rice--Don'At let him down Pete!
Elinor Perkins, wills her shyness and her quietness to Marlyne Gruver
jim Leonard, wills that wolfish gleam in his eyes to Tommy Morris--
Look out girls!
Betty jean Rice, wills her secret "Romeo" to Edna Stevens--This we
Francis Smith, wills his apple polishing to Howard Karr. Please don't
make the teachers mad Sonny!
Irene I-Iillyer, wills her good times and her energy in cheerleading to
Paul Hutchins, wills the cows he raised in 4-H and the medals and rib-
bons he has won to Eddie Hassell--Don't wear all the medals at once, Eddie,
they weigh almost two tons.
Pat Sonk, wills her mathematical skill to Betty Scheel--Please get the
right figures, Betty.
Randall Sweitzer, wills his sixth sense to Fred Morrison--Don't ask us .
what it is Fred, because we don't know,
Erdeene Hillyer, wills her cute smile and her personality to joan Hall--
Whom we know can do wonders with it tool
jack Warner, wills his athletic physique to Bob Byers. Keep it in good
jane Fair, wills her ability to make orange bon-bon cake to Margery
Moore. Don't let tit fall, Margery!
Larry Bradley, wills his big brown eyes to Norman Dilley--Oh boy, now
you can sing "Dark Eyes" too Norman.
Harry Davis, wills his butch hair cut to Dick Mullett, Won't he be cute?
I, Wanda Aurand, will the speed in catching the school bus every morn-
ing to Gracie Saltzman. Now please don't miss the bus some morning and
ruin my record Gracie!
In witness whereof, we have hereto subscribed our name and affixed our
seal, this fourteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and forty-eight. THE CLASS OF 1948
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Now let us look ahead to 1960 and see what has happened to our class-
mates in the last few years.
Roberta Archer has become a famous concert pianist. At her concert
in Carnegie Hall she played many selections of the masters. Among these
were Cow-Cow Boogie and Nola.
There is a new horror program on the radio. It is called "The Screamer
and stars Wanda Aurand.
Larry Bradley is now co-partner in the Bradley-Emerick Auto fwreckedj
Harry Davis, having exhausted all the game in Ohio, has gone on an
expedition to Africa to hunt bigger animals.
jane Fair, the only one in our class that settled down, is raising a
family of cheerleaders to carry on at Vernon.
All the girls that want to get the "new look" visit Erdeene Hillyer at her
beauty salongplggated on 5th Avenue and Broadway.
Irene Hillyer who fully intended to follow in her sister's footsteps, found
it much easier to follow Gerald's.
Paul Hutchins thought that he would be a farmer, but he has turned
over a new leaf and is now the Pastor of the Vernon Church.
jim Leonard is now riding a motorcycle in a side show at the circus.
Clyde Moffett has invented several new farm implements which have
placed his name next to those of McCormick and Whitney in our history book.
Bob Mullett has become a Big League umpire. After his experience as
an af!-1-te at Vernon he was well qualified for the job.
Elinor Perkins, lyric soprano, has joined the Fred Waring show and
can be heard week day mornings on the radio.
After winning several scholarships to various colleges Betty jean Rice
has become special tutor to the President of the United States.
Florence Santfant is still racking her brains trying to get advanced at
Pat Sonk, struggling young artist, is still trying to draw a salary.
After deciding that work was only for an ambitious man, Randall
Sweitzer had bought a typewriter and is writing a book called "Solutions
of Strange Love Entanglementsn.
jack Warner, although has has no voice for singing, still has all the
girls swooning over him and his muscles.
PRIVATE Francis Smith, after l2,years on K. P. in the army, has re-
tired and is returning to Latimer.
Dear Class of 1948,
Our hearts to thee are bound
Strong with the cords of golden love
That all our lives surround.
"Onward and upward"
This our motto brave,
As ever on and up we strive
These words our way will pave.
The years ahead we cannot know
The way is long 'twould seem
"Onward and upward,"
Of great things we will dream.
Dear God, and may we keep these dreams
Great deeds also achieve,
Thy guiding hand be with us while
We work, and love, and live.
Tune: "O Sole Mio"
We hate to leave you, students of our high schoolg
We must be leaving for we are needed.
Our fame and hopes depend on moments
We spent with you in our high school days.
We love our dear school, our love we give,
Our senior spirit is brave and true,
We pledge our hearts and hopes to live
And labor, our whole lives through.
The world is waiting for us ourside:
We will be facing our fortune wideg
The dear old school that we are leaving
It is the school we love, the Vernon High.
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CAN YOU IMAGINE
Roberta Archer saying, "my thoity thoid cent,
Because she'd attained a Brooklyn accent?
Larry Bradley-lonely and sad,
With less than six girls to interest this lad?
Harry Davis in a state of conceit,
Driving a convertbile with a red leather seat?
Paul Hutchins and jimmy Durante,
Singing duets-and applauded plenty?
jack Warner-a leader grand,
Of a symphony orchestra or military band?
Elinor Perkins-brawny and strong,
A champion wrestler before a throng?
Francis Smith-traveling far,
A tenor singer, an opera star?
jim Leonard-all humor revoke.
Not able to tell even one good joke?
Wanda Aurand with a beauty salon,
Veronica Lake her only patron?
Florence Santfant saying to Dick,
"Take back your ring--of it I am sick".
Irene Hillyer deciding not to wed,
Following the career of a model instead?
Bob Mullett--letting things get dull,
Contented with quiet-never breaking a lull?
Betty jean deciding with whom,
She could spend her future and never know gloom?
Clyde M0ffett in a calm and cool state,
Serenely askingthe lassies for dates?
Randall Sweitzer the editor in chief,
Of a lonely hearts club for widows in grief?
Erdeen Hillyer--calm and serene,
When a fellow from Jamestown arrives on the scene?
Pat Sonk not able to draw,
Pin-up girls in the raw?
jane abhoring chocolate ice cream,
But liking vanilla to an extreme?
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First Row: Annabel Scott, Gladys Stafford, Eleanor Griifen,
Lillian Derr, Betty Scheel, Arlene Sweitzer, Jeannine Everett,
Second Row: Doris Fair, Adelaide Rechedy, Nancy Brugler, Sally
Tupper, Barbara Shommer, Eva Wade, Mary Hayes, Miss Lawton,
Third Row: Fred Morrison, Tommy Morris, Tom Bradley, Ray-
mond Rice, Allen Klingensmith, Norman Dilley, Walter Moore.
Esther Hutchins was absent the day the picture was taken.
President .... . .NormanDi11ey
Vice President. . .... .Doris Fair
Secretary . . . . . . Jeannine Everett
Treasurer ...... . .Eleanor Griffin
Class Advisor ........ Miss Lawton
The junior Class is working for one particular goal, the goal is to
raise money. Its two main purposes were for the junior and Senior
trip to Washington, and the junior and Senior Prom. The projects used
to raise money were: selling refreshments at basketball garries, sell-
ing magazine subscriptions, Christmas Card Sale, and the presenting of
the junior Play which was given April 16. The play, "Say it with
Music", was a hilarious comedy with an all girl cast.
"CLASS OF FORTY NINE"
Tom Bradley. .
Nancy Brugler . .
Lillian Derr, , ,
Norman Dilley. .
Jeannine Everett. .
Doris Fair , , ,
Eleanor Griffin. .
joan Hall . ,
Mary. Hayes. . .
Esther Hutchins . .
Allen Klingensmith. .
Margery Moore . .
Walter Moore. . .
Tom Morris . .
Fred Morrison . .
Rayrnond Rice. .
Betty Scheel. . .
Annabel Scott . .
Gladys Stafford. .
Arlene Sweitzer. .
Sally Tupper. .
Eva Wade . .
. .The invisible scholar
. . . . .Hold that temper!
. .Watch her roll those eyes
. . .All around handy man.
. . . . . Neatasapin
. . . . . . . . . OurB1ondBomber
Good things come in small packages
. . Swing your partner.
. . That "New Look"
. . .Cheerful Chatterbox
. . The "Ladies Man"
. . . . . . Quiet asamouse
. . .There's a Ford in his future
. . . . .Still Water runs deep
. . .The shy little man
. . . . . .lloveaparade
. "Hanky Pete" the prankster
, . Brain child of Vernon High
. . . . . . The root of all evil
. . . She's got that pernament wave
. . .That original cheerleader
. . . . . Love comes but once.
. . Oh how she rolls those skates
. . Oh those rosy cheeks
CAN YOU IMAGINE
Tom Bradley with papers neat,
And a memory that can't be beat?
Fred Morrison--a Romeo,
Always dating, on the go?
Arlene Sweitzer--not kind and sweet,
Not the girl you'd like to meet?
Adelaide Rechedy--not a typist grand,
Not strutting when she hears a band?
Betty Scheel not debating,
Not giving F. D. R. a rating?
Doris Fair without a comb,
And never to the mirrors roam?
Sally Tupper--five feet two,
With feet to fit a size five shoe?
Mary Hayes telling Leonard "No ,
When he suggests to see a show?
Margery Moore with lots to say,
About the happenings of the day?
Barbara Shommer with tresses straight
And twenty pounds over-weight?
Jeannine Everett with hair of red,
To match the temper which we dread?
joan Hall with powder and Paint,
Trying to look like what she "ain't" ?
Pete--always good and never bad,
just a grinning little lad?
Allen Klingensmith--a chemistry whiz,
With all his answers matching a quiz?
Walter--never quiet. always loud,
Always heard when in a crowd?
Nancy Brugler without her smile,
With which she does beguile.
Norman Dilley--big, not funny,
Never known to have a honey?
Lillian De rr in a glamor pose,
Without a freckle on her nose?
Eleanor Griffin a housewife fine.
Tending her children of which there are nine?
Annabel Scott being calm and cool,
If a fellow named Dick should come to school?
Esther Hutchins a ballerina graceful and tall
Dancing for thousands in Carnegie Hall?
Gladys Stafford--six foot tall,
Never cheering at basket ball?
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Firlf ROW: Alton Jewell, Paul Morris, Glenn Hall, Grank Lutheran,
Bob Blggin, Dick Mullett.
Second Row: Grace Saltzman, Eileen Edeburn, Hallie Stafford. De-
lores Schoenfeld, Colleene Betts, Irene Flowers, Virginia Holler, .
Grace Bradley, Opal Rice, Delora Derr.
Third Row: Mra. Wasik, Phillip Bates, Don Williams, Bill Perkins,
George Letcher, Paul Stevens, Pete Tupper, Sam johnaton, Perry
Coxson, Howard Karr, Mrs. Mallett.
Not pictured: Donna Fair, Charles Sponsler.
First Raw: Donna Zlmmet. Marlyre Gruver. Dolores Rascsak, Lola
Davis, jun Rose, Edna Steavens.
Second Row: Mr. Wasik, Shirley Schoenfeld, jerry Letcher. IOBGPMHC
Hillyer, Leona Victor, Maxine Victor, Mr. Mallett.
Third Row: Bill Moore, Gene Robinson, john Mack, Ben Haaaell, Loren
Osborne, Bob Black, Jim Newman, Bill Morrison.
junior Amon - He is quiet, he seems shyg
But junior is e friendly guy.
Robert Black - We would wonder what 'was the matterg
If Bob stopped making with Mthe chatter.
Lois Davis - Friendly, gracious, full of fun:
Who likes Lois? Everyone.
Marlyne.G!11ver, - Marlyne should get a crowng
For being Vernon's leading clown.
Ben Hassell - In life, variety is the spice:
Ben especially thinks it's nice.
josephine Hillyer - She always thinks before she actsg
When called on she knows all the facts
jerry Letcher - Full of surprises, that's our jerryg
Full of fun and very merry.
Billy Moore - Bill stretches and stretches to grow so tallg
But still he has to look up to all.
john Maclc - Whether your going near or far,
john will take you in his car.
Edward Morrison - Always agreeableg Angry never:
Eve ry-thing's done with great endeavor
L0ren Osborn - The Einstein of most everythingg
Want help, just give Loren a ring.
Dolores Rascsak - She looks so angelic whenever she
Has played a joke on you or me.
Eugene Robinson - Gene sometimes appears to lagg
But he's always ready with a gag.
june Rose - To be a housewife she is meantg
Because she is so diligent.
Edna Stevens - If you've ever near Edna satg
You'll know she loves to chat.
Leona Victor - Sometimes laughing, sometimes gayg
Sometimes not a word to say.
Maxine Victor- The only redhead of our classy
She is a very amiable lass.
joe Warner - He acts so breezy and so toughg
But joe's really up to snuff.
Donna Zimmet - Donna has a beauty rareg
She'd stand out anywhere.
Phil Bates. . .
Colleen Betts, ,
Grace Bradley .
Bob Biggin, , ,
Perry Coxson ,
Delora Derr. .
Donna Fair . . ,
Irene Flowers .
Glenn Hall . . .
Alton Jewell . .
Howard Karr. .
SONG DEDIC A T IONS
. . . . ."Doing What Comes Naturally'
-"I Love You For ,Sentimental Reasons'
.':1f 1 Had My Way'
."I Can't Give YOu Anything But Love'
A- "Mary's A Grand Old Name'
Golden Earrings '
1'When Irish Eyes Are Smiling'
. . . 'ISmal1 Fry
. I'Looking Over A Four-Leaf-Clover'
. . ."Sonny'
George Letcher. . ."Civilization'
Frank Lutheran . . . . . . . . ."Scatterbrain'
PdU1M01'I'iS . - - - - - - "Make Mine Country Style'
Dick Mullett. . . "How Many Hearts Have You Broken'
Bill Perkins. . . ."Oh Where Have You Been BillyBoy'
Opal Rice. . . . . I"I'oo Fat Polka
Grace Saltzman. . . . ."How Soon'
Charles Sponsler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Mumb1es'
Hallie Stafford . . . ."'Don't You Love Me Anymore?
Paul Stevens. . . . "Sleepy Lagoon
Pete Tupper, , . . . . . . . , . "Near You'
Bob Byers . . . ."Fuedin, Fussin, and Fightin'
First Row: Emma jean Brown, Barbara Karr. Betty Wells, Betty
Sponsler, jonell Hassell, Beverly Gruver, Dorothy Stevens, Mary
Second Row: Mr. Schettino, George Smith, Ronald Dilley, joe
Ensor, Laddie Zimmet, David Hunter, Ted Hunter, Raymond Zedaker.
Glenn Robinson, Watten Steadman, David Uiselt.
Third Row: Jerry Morrison, Robert Sweitzer. lvan Rose, Ted Wade,
Donald Sweitzer, Daniel Varanelle, Tom Zedaker.
First Row: joan Hassell, Mildred Perkins, joan Morris, Nancy
Black, Ethel Weiste, Mary Moore, Isabelle Scott, Virginia Rockhold,
Second Row: Mr. Sghettino, jimmy Weister, Bill Victor, Larry
Runyan, Virgil Hunter, jimmy Lucik, Gene Slife, Edwin Fair, Kenneth
Third Row: Norman Hightree, Bob Myers, joh Hillyer, Norman
Powell, Earl Wells, George Ketola, jim Cobb, Ralph Rice, George.
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Mary jane Bloom,
Emma jean Brown
Ronald Dilley. . .
Beverly Gruver . . ,
jone11Hassel1, , ,
David Hunter. . .
Teddy Hunter. .
Barbara Karr. .
jerry Morrison. .
Glenn Robinson. ,
Ivan Rose ....
George Smith. . .
Betty Sponsler. .
Warren Steadman . ,
Dorothy Steve ns . .
Donald Sweitzer .
Robe rt Sweitzer. .
David Uiselt. . .
Tommy Zedaker .
Betty Wells' ....
Laddie Zirnmet. .
Teddy Wade. . . .
Nancy Black . .
jim Cobb. . .
Edwin Fair , ,
joan Hassell . . .
George Hegedus . .
john Hillyer . . .
Norman Hightree . . .
Virgil Hunter. . . .
George Ketola. .
james Lucik. . .
Mary Moore . . .
joan Morris . . .
Robert Myers. . .
Ralph Rice ....
Larry Runyan . .
Carabelle Scott . .
Isabelle Scott. . .
Kenneth Stafford .
Earl Wells. . . .
jimmy Weister. .
Ethel Weister, ,
Bmy victor, H, , ,
Norman- Powell , ,
. . . Greer Garson
. . . Gene Autry
. . Betty Hutton
. . Judy Canova
. . Gene Autry
. . . Roy Rogers
. , . Sonja Heine
. . Gene Autry
. . Gene Autry
. . . Gene Autry
. . . . Roy Rogers
. . Shirley Temple
. . . Gene Autry
. . .Sonja Heine
. . Torn Mix
. . Glenn Davis
. Ozzie Nelson
. . . .Sam Spade
. . . . .Sam Spade
. . . Jeanne Crain
, . . Spike jones
. .Gene Autry
. Dale Evans
. Ted Williams
. .joe DeMaggio
. . judy Canova
. . Bob Feller
. . Ted Williams
. Roy Rogers
. . . Gene Autry
. . . . Gene Autry
. . Robert Mitchum
. . .Judy Garland
. . Shirley Temple
. . Lou Boudreau
. Gloris jean
. Gene Autry
. . . . john Lujack
. . . . June Allison
Peggy Ann Garner
. . Shirley Temple
. . Gene Autry
. . Gene Autry
. . .Honey Davis
. . john Lujack
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First Row: Donald Morris, Donald Letcher, Bruse Coxson, Ronald
Morris, George Wells. Sonny Betts, Earl Stevens. Second Row: Lee
Williams. Shirley Wade, Connie Wells, Yvonne Shommer, Delorel
Stackhouse, Louise Sackett, Yvonne Keller, Jessie Wiester.
Third Row: Herbert Ramm, Virginia Tomlinson, jean DeMay, Beverly
Noble, Nola Rasor, Floyd Stevens, Barbara l-legedus, Doris Hillyer,
Betty Bell, Mrs. Seaholm. Fourth Row: Ronnie Seidle, Charles Welle,
Richard Cameron, William Tinley, Earl Holler, Richard Rodgerl.
Stephen Lucik,Dannie I-ltghtree, David Steadmen, Larry Newman.
First Row: Mary Grace Englebaugh, Jeannette Horodyski, Shirley
Blair, Patricia McMahon, Patricia Wade, Betty Oakes, Nancy McMahon,
Betty Moore. '
Second Row: Mary Louise Fair, Carol Ann Edeburn, Dorothy Binh,
Delores List, jean Wells, Ruth Brugler, Lloyd Hall, Misa Bell.
Third Row: Dick Rufener, james Stafford, Mark Letcher, William
Stevens, Leory Noble, Billy Biggins, Braden Hayes.
First Row: Martha Brugler, Lillian Bloom Margaret Griffiths.
Sandra Schoenfeld, Josephine Melvin, Betty Blah, Roberta Collins.
Reta Dllley, Mary Steadman, Judith Watson, Josephine Stsckhouse.
Second Row: Mrs. Jennings, Arlene Noble, Eva Oakes, Dale Blair,
Miles Wells, John Freiling. james DeMay, David Wells, Peter
Williams, Richard Bloom Robert Rodgers, David Loosemore. William
Third Row: Richard Unangst, Lyle Draa, Charles Smith. Jackie
Iackson. Iohn Stuard. Harold Burbach, David Vogel, Gordon Wade.
First Row: W. Johnson, L. I-Iightree, A. Smith, H. Bish, H. Samuels,
E. McGarvey. Second Row: J, Ketola. N. Stainfield, M. L. Bradley.
B. Rice, F. J. Scott, C. A. Holler, N. Cameron, J. Inglebaugh.
Third Row: J. Taylor. J. Fenton, N. Bloss. H. Garlock, B. Braden.
Fourth Row: A. Oaks, M. L. Miller, L. Osburn, C. List, T. Black,
C. Stevens. C. Blair, Mrs. Queale. Fifth Row: G. Stevens, Lee Wilson
E.. Morris. D. Gruber, L. Fell, J. Hipkins. Wm. Jones. R.AB!0Wh.
First Row: Frank Hiland, Larry Bates, Norman Englebaugh, joe
Mack, Charles Collier, Ronald Wilson, Robert Shafer, Alan Watson,
Second Row: Helen Moore, Diane Draa, ,Beverly Cameron, joyce
Sadler, Judith Anne james, Roberta Reeves, jane Wells, Kathy Gruver,
Patricia Griffith, Betty Lou Griffiths. Third Row: Lous Loosernore.
Daniel Braden, Dolores Rockhold, Barbara Blass, Esther Varmllt,
Margaret Hlllyer, Aletha Ramm, Eileen Bush, Dorothy Horadysk,
Roy Bailes, Raymond jackson. Fourth Row: Herby Victor, james
Morgan, Gordon Collins, Duane Wilson, Randall Johnston, Paul Burbach
Tommy Tupper, Merle Langley. Not Pictured: Darlene Warner,
First Row: Margaret Miller, Marlene Barr, Kathryn Bradley, Ruth
Fenton, Phyllis Gruver. Kathryn Nagy, judith Bush, Ruth Uber.
Second Row: Mrs. Lillie, Howard McMahon, Cindrew Dvoryak,
Thomas Abthorpe, Frank Fowler, William McGarvey, Wallace McGarvey,
Paul Wilson, Walter Bloom, Duane Smith.
Third Row: Richard Wade, Robert Litten, William Mott, Ronald
Wolford, Leroy Long, Ricky Smith, Bruce Bush, Gary Mizner, William
Shafer, Gordon Myers.
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'- Halloween Pa rty-
On October 30, the night before Halloween, a party was given for the High'
School and junior High. Everyone was to come dressed in a costume and prizes
were .given to five different persons.
Dorothy Stevens . . . . . Most Natural
Virginia Rockhold . . . . . Prettiest
Donald Sweitzer. . . .Funniest
John Hillyer ................. Ugliest
David Uiselt .............. Uncommon
Everyone had a good time playing games such as the three-legged race and
dancing the Virginia Reel. A grand march led to the lunchroom where donuts and
cider were served.
The Thanksgiving program was given by the seventh and eighth grades under
the direction of Mr. Schettino.
The program consisted of:
Scripture and Prayer ....... Beverly Gruver
Two Songs ..... 7th and 8th Grade Girls Chorus
Poems. . . Emma jane Brown, Virginia Rockhold
Barbara Karr, Norman Hightree
joan Hassell, Ronald Dilley
Piano Solo ..,.,.,,,,,,,, Barbara Karr
Two Songs ........... High School Chorus
A pantomine. The Story of Thanksgiving,
-by the 7th and 8th grades
The Christmas program was held December 19 at eight o'clock. An operetta,
At The Court of Santa Claus, was given by the grade school. Braden Hayes, Patricia
Wade. Billy Biggins, Delores List, Richard Brown and Carol Ann Holler had the
leading roles. There were two selections by the band under the direction of Mr.
Remick. The Girls Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Seaholm, sang one nurnber.
The Homecoming Game was played january Z0 with Kinsman. The score was
23 to Z4 in Vernon's favor. Elinor Perkins, who elected by the High School, was
crowned Queen by Emma jane Carbaugh, Queen of '47, between the Reserve and
Varsity games. Her attendents were as follows: U
junior Class ..... . . . .Nancy Brugler
Sophomore Class. . . . . Geraldine Letcher
Freshmen Class . . ..... Donna Fair
Eighth Grade . . . ..... Isabelle Scott
Seventh Grade . . . . . .Emma jane Brown
Crown Bearer .... . . . Roberta Reeves
Basketball Bearer. . . . . . . . . Tommy Tupper
The Girls Chorus sang the school songs and Mary Hayes, Tommy Zedaker and
Adelaide Rechedy twirled batons.
The Curiosity Cure
A Two-Act Comedy By Harold Rolseth
Corky Williams 'A teen-age scientist Randall Sweitzer
jeff j , Robert Mullett
Gabby, His loyal assistants Larry Bradley
Hatty A curious housemaid Elinor Perkins
Gladys The contest winner Florence Santfant
Susan Corky's spoiled and curious cousin Betty jean Rice
Mrs. Matilda Shanks Her disagreeable mother Pat Sonk
Mrs. Williams Corky's mother Erdeen Hillyer
Miss Barnham Corky's friend in need Roberta Archer
Place: Corky's attic laboratory
Actl: A summer afternoon
ActZ: The same evening
Give a teen-age boy, like Corky, an attic laboratory and a chemistry set and
there are bound to a repercussions. What happened to Susan, the inquisitive young
pest, and to Hatty, the still more curious hired girl, shouldn't happen to a dog.
Corky has told them that he had invented a concoction to make supermen of him-
self and his pal, Gabby and jeff. The two girls just couldn't resist rubbing a little
on their faces. What Corky had really discovered was a brown hair dye. Therenis
a riot of fun when the girls find that they have turned brown and when Susan's irate
mother confronts Corky. .
A One-Act Comedy
Sisters Under The Skin
By Mae Hawley Barry
Sandra Proprietor of "The Sandra Salon for Social Success" Betty Rice
Tessie The timid one Wanda Aurand
Katie The calm one four scrhbwomen jane Fair
Maggie .The mad one Irene Hillyer
Allie The awkward one Pat Sonk
Place: An office in a skyscraper in a large city.
Time: The present. Eleven P. M.
Allie, Katie, and Maggie are rather dubious of taking the timid scrubwoman,
Tessie, into their success classes. Their instructor, a book of Sa'ndra's. "How to be
a Lady", is supposed to make them into ladies in three months. All they have to do is
to take the exercises recommended. Katie gives the lessons in Sandra's office work-
ing hours. Maggie is rather hot-headed about it all when who should come in but
Sandra herself. The women have to make some quick disappearances and Katie, some
reasonable excuses. When Sandra finally decides to leave. the women decide that
being a lady isn't for them.
Varsity Basketball Team
Front Row: Norman Dilley, jack Warner
Larry Bradley, Mr. Wanik. Back Row:
Mr. Mallett. Bob Mullett, Raymond Rice,
Rese rve Basketball Team
Front Row: Frank Lutheran, Bob Blggln,
Dick Mullett, Pete Tupper, joe Warner.
Howard Karr. Back Row: Mr. Mallett,
Alton Jewell, Paul Stevens, Allan Klingen
smith, Glenn Hall, Mr. Wasik.
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5 1 Lordstown
40 Fowle r
Z 9 Johnston
13 B rookfield
39 A B ristol
2 Z Johnston
3 5 Mecca
3 1 Fowle r
5 0 Alumni
3 1 Mecca
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Front Row: Allan Klingensmith, Norman
Dllley, Raymond Rice, jack Warner, Larry
Bradley. Second Row: Bob Biggin, Glenn
Hall, Dick Mullett, Howard Karr. Mr.
Back Row: Alton jewell, joe Warner. Bob
Mullett, Francis Smith.
Gir1's acnaan ream
Front Row: Colleene Betts, Dolores Raacask,
Geraldine Letcher, Donna Zimmet. Annabel
Scott. Back Row: Mr. Waaik, june Rose, Edna
Stevens, Wanda Aux-and. Doris Fair.
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COMPLIMEI'-:TS AND BEST WISHES
A CL "SS OF 1948
The G aube Brass Mfg. C0
After We Sc
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FORD SALES AND SERVICE'-
11 We Service
A. M. Voorhees
G. C. Wall
Harper J. Endsley
Hilda M. Thompson
George A. Burford
BEST WISHES FROM
rst National Bank
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5 COMPLIMENTS OF
1 IIOIIIG BHIQGI'
Potato, Luncheon, Vienna and Variety Breads
il Grp-enville, Pennsylvania I
THE COVER LUMBER AND SUPPLY
Builders' Supplies Standing Timber I
' Matched and Dressed Lumber Steel Mill Blocking
l Roofing Veneer Logs I
Telephone Cortland - W - 125 Cortland, Ohio I
I Quality Goods Prompt Service
Phone X - 59 .
WALTER M. AURAND W
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SHONTZ AND MYERS
rs for Men's and Boy's Clothing
Best Wishes - Class of '48
118iWest State Street
1'Once a Customer - Always a Friend"'
Tailored by Daroff
For the Young Men
SAM LURIE AND SON
Corner State and Porter Way
Z3 West State Street C
ANCHCJR DRUG STORES
The Rexall Store s
Two Convenient Locations
State at Stambaugh
. A. Jewell 84 Son
John Deere Quality Farm Equipment
It May be Good and Not be
Ours - But it Can't be Ours
And Not be Good
Ice Cream - Soft Drinks - Groceries
Orangeville , Ohio Phone 5 8
C omp liment s Of
C. L. Hobart
Phone Kinsman 2.181
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Residence Phone 3171
KINSMAN LIVESTOCK AUCTION
Sales Every Monday
For Good Selection of Livestock
Attend These Sales
Virgil McLaughlin, Manager Kinsman, Ohio
ROSSMAN'S GENERAL STORE
Warren's Leading Hotel
Excellent Dining Room
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FARMERS SUPPLY C OMPANY
Feed - Seed - Fertilizer - Roofing
Phone 3161 Purina Chows
KINSMAN SUPER MARKET
Groceries - Dry Goods - Shoes - Hardware
Serve Yourself and - Buy for Less
Phone: Kinsman 32.11 Farms a Specialty
Real Estate and Insurance
Howard P. Johnston, Sale sman
George H. Platt J. B. Johnston
Insurance in Old and Reliable Companies
Licensed in Ohio and Pennslyvania
KINSMAN ,AUTO BODY SHOP
Body and Fender Work
Painting Phone 3162
LEE BARBER SHOP
JOBES APPLIANCE STORE
IRWIN'S ISALY STORE
Dairy Products - Groceries
And Frosted Foods
Phone - Kinsman 2251
Earl Osborne - Manager
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L. A. HANSON
I Phone 2345 Kinsman, Ohio
I We Serve You Well
jEWELL'S SOHIO SERVICE
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Route 5 and 7 Phone 2674
- Singer Sewing Classes
I Morning - Afternoon - Evening
2 Hour Session Each Week - 8 Weeks .
j. '-iior Classes Saturday A.MW. P.M.
SINGER SEWING CENTER
12 South Water Street Dial 6816 Sharon, Pennslyvania
Elgin and Hamilton Watches
"The House of Perfect Diamonds"
16 Vine Avenue Sharon, Pennslyvania
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The Rexall Store
Gifts Drugs Soda s
KEELER'S SANITARY DAIRY
Sandwiches - French Fries
Sodas - Sundies
1 Congratulations to Class of '48
' GOLDTONE STUDIO
Mildred Lininger Manager and Photographer
CHURCH MOTOR CO., INC.
Genuine Lincoln - Mercury Parts
Body and Fender Work
189 Silver Street Ma Telephone SHaron 4195
KYLE 'S KORNER SERVICE
SHOES2' AND CONFECTIONERY
Phone 5448 Mobilgas Products
Sharon, Pennslyvania Johnston, ,Ohio I
I. L. HINE
PEASE - HANSON OIL COMPANY f
Dodge - Plymouth Sales and
Phone 3789 Service
TIMES SQUARE RESTAURANT
Alice C. Logan, Manager
WALL'S SERVICE STATION
American Gas and Oils
Pnone 3241 U. S. Tires, Batteries and
Kinsman, Ohio Phone 2331
A. R. MYERS
Kinsman Clover Farm Store
General Merchandise ,f
Phone 211 1
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KINSMANV RADIO AND-
APPLIANCE co. '
Sales and Service
Radio - Home Appliances
G.E. - Arvin - Zenith - Farnsworth
Across From Kinsman Theater
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Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, COLONIAL INN
Harness, Paint, Oils
Farmdale, Ohio Kinsman, Ohio
SINION'S AND CO.
Phone 3681 , FRIEND
Farmdale , Ohio
K. R. MEREDITH HARDWARE
Sharon's Reliable jeweler
50 West State Street Phone 2121
I Kinsman, Ohio
WE WISH TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS
FOR HELPING MAKE THIS BOOK
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