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THE DELAWARIAN

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G. E. McFarland,

Co. Supt. of Schools

---Class 1939-------------- Class 1939---

Facing the Future

In behalf of the teachers and superintend-

ents of Delaware County School District,

I want to take this opportunity to con-

gratulate the seniors of 1939. We con-

gratulate you not only for the skills,

facts and information you have acquired

in the class room, but more especially in

that you have increased your ability to

think straight. Undoubtedly, you are a-

ware of the fact that in order to solve a

difficulty, you must know what the problem

is, and then evaluate the facts of the prob-

lem as they relate to the major value.

Today we are confronted with some major

problems that challenge us. Such prob-

lems, for example, as the difficulty of

securing a real vocation, unemployment,

poverty, crime and the forces which threat-

en to destroy our Democratic way of life.

Confronted with these difficult issues,

what are we going to do about them?

Face them or evade them? The problem

of adjusting ourselves to the hard real-

ities of life has always been hard. Our

early pioneers who blazed their way into

Delaware County over a century ago found

life hard. But they did not evade their

problems, run from them, or give up. They

faced their difficulties, weighed and solv-

ed them.

The problem of protecting and defending

American Democracy from the influences of

Fascism and Communism is before us. Are

we as future citizens and voters going to

face or evade this problem? Are we willing

to sacrifice a reasonable amount of time

and effort to read and think on these prob-

lems and thereby enrich our meanings rela-

tive to self-government? Are we willing

to pay the price? It is to be observed

that such representative statemen as

Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison and

Jay, in establishing American ideals, an-

ticipated that the electorate of the fu-

ture would exercise political intelligence.

Let us grow and develop this intelligence

and show to the world that a nation so con-

ceived and so dedicated can long endure.

-Editorial Staff-

Nan Whipple...................Ashley

James Webster..............Bellpoint

Philip Frazier................Berlin

Darlene Smith..................Brown

Mary Miller...................Galena

Ruth Cook, Beulah Ryder.......Harlem

Patty Gray....................Hyatts

Wilma Slack, Eileen Barrows...Orange

Allen Kile.................Ostrander

Warren Parmenter..............Powell

Mary Hummel...................Radnor

Raymond Jennings.............Sunbury

Supt. Gibson, Faculty Adviser

---Class 1939---------------- Class 1939---
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ASHLEY

HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF 1939

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Maurice

Gwendolyn McDonnell

[photo of school]

Mary

Betty

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Edwin

Thelma

Orville

Florence

K. E. Warner

Stuart

Mary Jane

May Whipple

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Max Randolph

Warren Adams

Dale Breece

Ruth Breece

Royal Clark

Harold Crist

Ruth Knauber

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Betty Dildine

Geraldine Elliott

Mildred Fleming

Florence Green

Dorothy Hickson

Ruth Howard

Miriam Johnson

Grace Jones

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Derl Kimler

Tamson Lang

Frena McCurdy

Vera McGonigle

Paul McGrew

Irma Martin

Maxine Mitchell

ROW 6 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Alvin Nichols

Richard Nolting

Vivian Richmond

Freda Ruggles

Marilynn Sarver

William Savage

ROW 7 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

David Smith

Paul Warner

Ann Welch

Jean Whipple

Pearl Williams

Virginia Wood

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Warren Adams

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

FOOTBALL 4

GLEE CLUB 1

JUNIOR PLAY

Ruth Breece

GLEE CLUB 1

ENTERED FROM HYATTS IN '36

Dale Breece

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

ENTERED FROM HYATTS IN '36

Royal Clark

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

Harold Crist

FOOTBALL 2, 3, 4

BASKETBALL 2, 3, 4

Betty Dildine

CHEER LEADER 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 2, 3, 4

Geraldine Elliott

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2

PRINCE OF PEACE 4

ORCHESTRA 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

Mildred Fleming

MUSIC FESTIVAL 2, 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

ONE ACT PLAY 4

Florence Green

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 4

LATIN CLUB 2

Dorothy Hickson

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 3, 4

OPERETTA 1

GLEE CLUB 1

Ruth Howard

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 1

BASEBALL 3, 4

Miriam Johnson

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

PRINCE OF PEACE 1, 2, 3

ENTERED FROM ORWELL IN '37

Grace Jones

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

ONE ACT PLAY 4

JUNIOR PLAY

Derl Kimler

FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

Ruth Knauber

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

PRINCE OF PEACE 1, 2, 3, 4

DEBATE 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 1, 2, 3, 4

Tamson Lang

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 3, 4

ONE ACT PLAY 4

JUNIOR PLAY

Paul Magrew

FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASKETBALL 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 4

Irma Martin

JUNIOR PLAY

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

OFFICE 4

Maxine Mitchell

GLEE CLUB 4

OPERETTA 4

JUNIOR PLAY

ENTERED FROM MISSOURI IN '36

Edwin Mouser

BASKETBALL 2, 3, 4

FOOTBALL 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 2, 3, 4

Frena McCurdy

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

MUSIC FESTIVAL 1, 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 3

Vera McGonigle

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 4

ORCHESTRA 2, 3, 4

CLASS PRESIDENT 3

Alvin Nickol

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

Richard Nolting

FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASKETBALL 2, 3, 4

CLASS PRESIDENT 1

JUDGING TEAM 3, 4

Max Randolph

FOOTBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 3, 4

TRACK 1, 2, 3

CLASS SECRETARY 4

Vivian Richmond

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 4

OFFICE 4

Freda Ruggles

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

Marilynn Sarver

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

William Savage

MUSIC FESTIVAL 1, 2, 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

DEBATE 3, 4

David Smith

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 3, 4

JUNIOR PLAY

MANAGER 3

Paul Warner

FOOTBALL 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

DEBATE 3, 4

PRINCE OF PEACE 1, 2, 3, 4

Ann Welch

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

Jean Whipple

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 3, 4

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

OPERETTA 1, 2, 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 1, 2, 3, 4

Nan Whipple

CHEER LEADER 1, 2, 3, 4

ORCHESTRA 1, 2, 3, 4

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 3, 4

BASEBALL 1, 2, 3, 4

Pearl Williams

INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL 1, 2, 3

LATIN CLUB 3

ONE ACT PLAY 4

JUNIOR PLAY

Virginia Wood

GLEE CLUB 1, 2, 3, 4

MUSIC FESTIVAL 1, 2, 3, 4

HONOR STUDENT 1, 2, 3, 4

LATIN CLUB 2
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BELLPOINT

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HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF '39

Cubberly Studio

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Jeannette E. Frye, Fac.

Hortense Harter, Fac.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

W. K. Love, Prin.

J. W. Salisbury, Supt.

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Alda Hayes, Sec-Treas.

Joe Boylan, Vice-Pres.

Adelevon Moegen, Pres.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Mildred Denton, Fac.

William Kilbury

Christina Wortz

Florence Conroy
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BHS

Alda Hayes

With her fiery red hair

Is there with a smile to greet you anywhere.

Class secretary 1-4, Treasurer 1-4, Bellpointer staff 4,

Glee club 1-2-3-4, Operetta 1, Junior play, Senior play.

Joe Boylan

Honest, dependable, and good

Behaves in a manner as all boys should.

Class president 3, Class Vice-President 4, Student Council 1-

2-3-4, Pointer staff 2-3-4, Bellpointer staff 4, Glee Club

1-2-3-4, Operetta 1-3, Junior play, Senior play, Baseball

1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Scholarship team 2-3-4.

Adele Von Moegen

With all her good features

Is admired by all the students and teachers.

President 4, Vice President 3, Secretary and treasurer2,

Student Council 3-4, Pointer staff 3-4, Bellpointer 4,

Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Operetta 1-3, Junior play, Senior play,

Baseball, Basketball, Scholarship team 2-3-4.

Bill Kilbury

The business man of the class

Has courted, we know, many a lass.

Class president 1-2, Student Council 3, Pointer staff 4,

Bellpointer 4, Glee Club 1-2, Operetta 1, Junior play,

Senior play, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-4, Scholarship

team.

Christina Wortz

With all her big jokes

Has a way of introducing herself to folks.

Student Council 3-4, Bellpointer 4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4,

Operetta 4, Junior play, Senior play.

Florence Conroy

A very clever lass

She's the poet of the Senior class.

Pointer staff 4, Bellpointer staff 4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4,

Operetta 1-3, Junior play, Senior play, Baseball, Basketball,

Scholarship Team 4.

Senior Activities

May 12 - May 29, 1939

May 12---------------------------------Senior Play

May 21--------------------------------Baccalaureate

May 24--------------------------Recognition and Class Day

May 26----------------------------Commencement

Senior Reception

May 27----------------------------Lake Erie Boat Cruise

May 29-------------------------------Alumni Banquet
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BERLIN HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF 1939

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Philip Frazier, Pres.

Lola Rodenfels, Secy

Eileen Manter, V Pres

Lawrence Colflesh, Treas

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Marie Travis

Juanita Meadows

Dan Scott

Dorotha Jaynes

Virginia Burke

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Donald McNett

Thomas Mahoney

William Williams

Leonard Davenport

Schreick's

PHOTO STUDIO

COLUMBUS, OHIO
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BHS

[sketch of bear]

[sketch of school]

1939

PHILIP FRAZIER Pres.

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Operetta '39

Glee Club '39

Basketball 2 yrs.

Baseball 3 yrs.

JUANITA MEADOWS

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Glee Club 4 yrs.

F. H. A. '39

EILEEN MANTER Vice-Pres.

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Glee Club 4 yrs.

Operetta '39

F. H. A. '39

Basketball 4 yrs.

VIRGINIA BURKE

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Orchestra 4 yrs.

Glee Club 4 yrs.

F. H. A. '39

LEONARD DAVENPORT

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Basketball 3 yrs.

Baseball 4 yrs.

F. F. A. '39

BILLY WILLIAMS

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

F. F. A. '39

Basketball 3 yrs.

Baseball 4 yrs.

DOROTHA JAYNES

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Basketball 4 yrs.

Glee Club 4 yrs.

F. H. A. '39

Operetta '39

MARIE TRAVIS

Senior play '39

Glee Club 2 yrs.

Operetta '39

F. H. A. '39

Baseball 1 yr.

Basketball 1 yr.

DONALD McNETT

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Glee Club 4 yrs.

Operetta '39

F. F. A. '39

Basketball 4 yrs.

Baseball 4 yrs.

DAN SCOTT

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Glee Club 4 yrs.

Orchestra 4 yrs.

F. F. A. '39

Basketball 3 yrs.

Baseball 4 yrs.

TOM MAHONEY

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Glee Club 1 yr.

F. F. A. '39

Operetta '39

Basketball 3 yrs.

Baseball 3 yrs.

LOLA RODENFELS Sec.

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Baseball 4 yrs.

Glee Club 3 yrs.

LAWRENCE COLFLESH Treas.

Junior play '38

Senior play '39

Basketball 4 yrs.

Baseball 4 yrs.

F. F. A. '39
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ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Ralph M. White - Fac.

Dorothy J. Whitted - Fac.

Lois E. Mayer - Fac.

C. Joyce Fields - Fac.

M. Eloise Green - Fac.

Guy H. Mallory - Fac.

BROWN

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Albert S. Hirth - Prin.

[photo of school]

George N. Thurston - Supt.

HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF '39

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Russell Pete - Fac.

Charlotte Leonard - Pres.

Maynard E. Neville - Vice Pres.

Blanche Blain - Sec.

Margaret J. White - Treas.

Dorothy Dix

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Marion Cole

Justine McNamee

Irene McNamee

Pauline McNamee

Virginia Williams

James F. Link

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Darlene Smith

Dale Howison

Wanda Fox

Oscar L. Schilliger

Glenna Mae Moore

Vaughn D. Bright
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BROWN LEAVES

"Tad"

Orchestra 1-2-3-4

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Student Council 2

Secretary 4

Blanche Blain

Treasurer 3

Chorus 1-2-3

Vaughn Bright

Basketball 3-4

Student Council 4

Baseball 2-3-4

President 2

Marion Cole

"Dottie"

Student Coun-

cil Senior Chair-

man 4

Baseball 2-3-4

Vice-Presi-

dent 2

Chorus 2-3-4

Cheer Leader 2-3-4

Secretary 1

Dorothy Dix

Chorus 1-2

Wanda Fox

Track 1-2-3-4

Baseball 1-2-3-4

Basketball 1-2-3-4

Dale Howison

President 4

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Orchestra 1-2-3-4

Charlotte Leonard

Student Council 3

Basketball 1-2-3-4

Student Coun-

cil Junior

Chairman 1

Track 1-2-3-4

Baseball 1-2-3-4

Jim Link

"Justice"

Baseball 2-3-4

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Student Council 3

Justine McNamee

"Amy"

Student Council 4

Treasurer 1

Secretary 3

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Baseball 2-3-4

Irene McNamee

"Polly"

Student Council 2

Baseball 3

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Pauline McNamee

"Smitty"

Baseball 2-3-4

Secretary 3

Student Council 1-3

Orchestra 3

Chorus 2-3-4

Darlene Smith

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Baseball 1-2-3-4

Glenna Mae Moore

Chorus 2-3

President 1

Track 3-4

Vice-President 4

Basketball 1-2-3-4

Baseball 1-2-3-4

Orchestra 1-2-3

Maynard Neville

"Doc"

Baseball 2-3-4

Basketball 3-4

Track 3-4

Oscar Schilliger

"Ginny"

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Orchestra 1-2-3-4

Student Council 1

Virginia Williams

"Maggie"

Student Council 1-2

Treasurer 4

Chorus 1-2-3-4

Baseball 2-3-4

Margaret Wright
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ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Barbara S. Roof - Sec.

Leo Myers - Vice Pres.

Mary C. Miller - Pres.

Ralph Longshore - Treas.

Galena

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

J. Morgan Ruffner - Supt.

[photo of school]

William C. Scott - Prin.

High School

CLASS OF '39

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Fred O. Haberman.

Mary Salisbury - Fac.

Wilma McCaque - Fac.

Thelma Sands - Fac.

Ross A. Greek - Fac.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Harold H. Smith

Viola M. Rose

Ivan B. Linnabary

Emma Louise Mantor

Harry E. Smith

Cubberly Studio
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GALENA HI SENIORS

'39

"I"

Glee Club - 4

Junior Play - 2-3

Senior Play - 3-4

Public Speaking - 3

Basketball 1-2-3-4

Ivan B. Linnabary

"Vi"

Class Secretary - 1

Glee Club - 2-3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Viola M. Rose

"Collarbutton"

Vice President - 4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Baseball -

Basketball - 2-3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Leo Myers

"Smithie"

Glee Club - 1-2-3

Basketball 2-3-4

Baseball 2-3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Harold Smith

"Sticky"

Class Secretary - 2-3-4

Orchestra - 4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

School Paper - 4

Barbara Roof

"Sunny"

Class President - 4

Glee Club - 2-3-4

Junior Play - 2-3

Senior Play - 4

Baseball - 3-4

Debate - 3-4

Cheer Leader - 3-4

Mary C. Miller

"Tuffy"

Class Treasure - 4

Vice President - 2

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Basketball - 2-3-4

Baseball - 1-2-3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Ralph Longshore

"Snuffy"

Baseball - 1-2-3-4

Basketball - 3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Harry E. Smith

"Sonnie"

Glee Club - 1-2-3

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 3-4

Public Speaking - 3

Fred O. Haberman

"Emmie"

Class Treasure - 3

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Junior Play - 3

Senior Play - 4

Basketball - 3-4

Cheer Leader - 2

Emma Louise Mantor
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HARLEM TOWNSHIP

HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS

OF

1939

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

O. H. Meckley, Fac.

Elaine Grahl, Fac.

Kathryn Kaufman, Fac.

R. W. Guinther, Fac.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

C. C. De Long, Supt.

[photo of school]

A. M. Pemberton, Prin.

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Doris Green, Treas.

Helen Young, Sec.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Noah Ray Budd, Pres.

Ada June Rose, V. Pres.

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Ruth Cook

Beulah Ryder

ROW 6 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Shelby Garee

Virginia Hanna

Genevieve Hawley

Leland Kinsell

Green's Studio

Westerville, O.
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HARLEM SENIORS

"Do" Doris Green

Class Play - 3-4

Treasurer - 3-4

Sports - 1-2-3-4

Zeke" Ada J. Rose

sports - 1-2-3-4

Class Play - 3-4

Vocal - 1-2-3-4

"Gen" Genevieve Hawley

Class Play - 3-4

Sports - 1-2-3-4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

"Sheb" Shelby Garee

Sports Manager - 4

Class Play - 3-4

F. F. A. 1-2-3-4

"Ruddie" Ruth Cook

Class Play - 3-4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Sports - 1-2-3-4

"Curlie" Beulah Ryder

Sports - 1-2-3-4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Class Play - 3-4

"Sugar" Helen Young

Class Play - 4

Girls Chorus - 1-2

Sec. of Class - 4

"Rusiefelt" Leland Kinsell

Track - 3-4

Class Play - 3-4

Baseball 1-2-3-4

"Dutch" Noah Budd

Class Play - 3-4

Class Pres. - 4

F. F. A. - 1-2

"Gin" Virginia Hanna

Sports - 1-2-3-4

Glee Club - 1-2-3-4

Class Play - 3-4
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HYATTS

HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF 1939

[image of school]

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Robert Boyd - Fac.

Margaret Taylor - Fac.

Francis W. Gant - Fac.

Margaret Blake - Fac.

Esther Cherington - Fac.

Edgar L. Heist - Fac.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Betty Hardin - Pres.

Robert Evans - V. Pres.

Patricia Gray - Sec.

Robert Jewett - Treas.

Marion Evans

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Howard Houchard

Betty Rutherford

Marjorie Poole

Geraldine Lindner

Charles Huff

Baker
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HYATTS

HIGH

Betty Hardin

Favorite Activity

Band

"Always could and

would, but never

can't."

Class President

Marjorie Poole

Favorite Activity- Basket-

ball.

"If she will, she will,

you can depend on it."

Charles Huff

Favorite Activity-

Studying

Law

"Women don't

worry me,

I have other

troubles."

Betty Rutherford

Favorite Activity-

sports. "Speech was

given to man to con-

ceal his thoughts."

Student council

representa-

tive.

Patty Gray

Favorite activity

-newspaper.

"Not good, but

good for some-

thing."

Class secretary

Robert Evans

Favorite Act-

ivity-

Basketball

Vice President

"Something bet-

ween a help

and a hind-

erance"

Howard Houchard

Favorite activity

Athletics.

"Don't call me for

breakfast, Dad, it

makes the day too

long."

Marion Evans

Favorite Activity-

Industrial arts.

"A workman is

known by his

work."

Geraldine Lind-

ner

Favorite activi-

ty- typing.

"They do best

who make the

least noise."

Robert Jewett

Favorite

Activity-

Basketball

"To the swift be-

longeth the race."

Class Treesurer
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ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL

1939

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

EILEEN BARROWS PRES.

EARL McKENZIE V. PRES.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

HAZEL V. SAUCH SEC.

[photo of school]

KENNETH McMANNUS TREAS.

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

C. R. FRIDLINE FAC.

VIRGINIA GIBSON FAC.

H. L. LUST SUPT.

J. M. BERKEBILE PRIN.

BUELAH GEIGER FAC.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

WEYLAND BALE

LEWIS G. GOODING

DOROTHY A. GREEN RPTR.

VERNIE GREEN

DOROTHY HESSLER

JULIA ANN INGLISH

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

RAYMOND E. LITTLE

LENNA LOOP

MARJORIE G. PERRY

CARL ROGERS

WARREN G. SARTWELL

MONTROSE

STUDIO

ROW 6 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

WILMA SLACK

ARDYTH SCHOENLEB

RUTH STONE

BETTY JANE WELCH

RICHARD A. WELLS

MARY E. WILLIAMSON
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O

HIGH SCHOOL

Marjorie Perry

"MARGE"

Glee Club

typing

Sr. play

Cheerleader '37 - '38 - '39

Jo-be

Stenographer

Weyland Bale

4-H Rec. Leader

Jr. + Sr. play

Baseball

Radio

"Prof"

Agriculture

as

Future

Raymond Little

Baseball

Student Council

F.F.A. Rep

4H Treas.

Sr. Play

"Chick"

Dairy Management

Eileen Barrows

Likes Geom

band

Sr. Pres.

Jr. & Sr. Play

baseball

4-H

Cheerleader '38 '39

Glee club

Physical Ed. Teacher

Dorothy Hessler

"Dodie"

Glee club

Tennis

Music

Sr. & Jr. Play

Wilma Slack

Editor of

Orange

Peal

Glee Club

Jr. & Sr. Play

4-H

To be- teacher

Ruth Stone

Toits

Glee club

baseball

F.H.A.

Sr. Play

Vernie Green

"Bonnie"

baseball

sr. play

Radio

Betty Welch

"Shorty"

Ambition

Nurse

Hobby

Baseball

Reading

Earl McKenzie

"Mac"

Basketball

Baseball

Glee Club

F.F.A.

Vice Pres.

Sr. Vice Pres.

Agr.

Track

Jr. & Sr. Play

Hazel Stauch

F.H.A. Pres.

Glee Club

Sec. of Sr. Class

"Haze"

Jr. - Sr. play

4-H

baseball

stenographer

Julia Inglish

baseball

student council

Jr & Sr. Play

F.H.A.

Nurse

Julie

Lenna Loop

Hobby- cooking

"Lennie"

F.H.A.

Jr.-Sr. Play

Ambition - Music

Warren Sartwell

"Sarty"

Ambition - photography

Jr. - Sr. play

F.F.A. - Glee Club

Ardyth Schoenleb

"Ardy"

Music

F.H.A.

4-H

Jr. & Sr. Play

Cheerleader '37, '38, '39

Athletic Director

Carl Rogers

"Hoop


Student Council Pres.

F.F.A. Pres.

Radio

Kenneth McMannus

"Kenny"

Treas. of Sr. Class

basketball - baseball

4-H

Dairy Farming

Mary Williams

4.H.

"Beth"

Glee Club

Skating

Sr. Play

Ambition

Nurse

Lewis Gooding

F.F.A.

Farming

basketball

Manager

"Louie"

Speedball

Music

F.F.A. Treas.

Dorothy Green

Baseball

Jr. & Sr. Play

Sr. Class Reporter

"Dot" 4-H

Cheer Leader '38 - '39

Glee Club

Athletic Director

Richard Wells

"Hitler"

F.F.A.

Future

Mec. Engineer

Pole Vault


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Ostrander

1939 [photo of school]

High School

Cubberly Studio

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Victor Phillian

F. Throckmorton Fac.

Mrs. Margaret Taylor Fac.

Ray Aldrich Fac.

Allen Kile

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

G. V. Hull Supt.

Denton Elliott Prin.

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Jean McBride

Benny Goodman Treas.

Edwin Parrott Pres.

Rosetta Weaver Sec.

Wendell Calhoun Vice Pres.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Marion Evans

Louise Maugans

Frank Larcomb

Winnie Winston

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Max Phillians

Evelyn Ayres

Glenn Mitchell

Robert Smart

Robert Stults
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O.H.S.

OSTRADER DAZE

Marion Evans

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Basketball 4'

Ass't. Manager

F.F.A.

Edwin Parrott

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

President of Class 1'2'3'4'

President of F.F.A.

Baseball 1'2'3'4'

Basketball 1'2'3'4'

Benny Goodman

Treasurer of Class

Basketball 1'3'

Baseball 1'2'3'

Hobby - Hunting

Louise Maugans

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Editor School Paper

Girl Reserves 1'2'3'4'

Hobby - Writing

Allen Kile

Student Council

F.F.A. Treasurer

Basketball 3'4'

Likes Aviation

Frank Larcomb

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Basketball 1'2'3'4'

Baseball 1'2'3'4'

Hobby - Hunting & Trapping

Victor Phillian

Basketball 1'2'3'4'

Played Guard

Baseball 1'2'3'4'

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Hobby - Sports

Wendell Calhoun

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Basketball Manager 4'

Baseball 4'

Hobby - Singing

Robert Smart

Basketball 1'2'3'4'

Played Center

Baseball 1'2'3'4'

Hobby - Sports

Winnie Winston

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Girl Reserves 1'2'3'4'

Sec. Student Council

Hobby - Singing

Glenn Mitchell

Basketball 3'4'

Baseball 4'

Hobby - Sports

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Robert Stults

Basketball 3'4'

Played Forward

County Captain

Baseball 2'3'4'

First Pres. Student Council

Jean McBride

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Girl Reserves 1'2'3'4'

Cheer Leader 1'2'3'

Hobby - Collecting Trinkets

Max Phillians

Basketball 1'2'3'4'

Played Forward

Baseball 1'2'3'4'

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Hobby - Sports

Rosetta Weaver

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Girl Reserves 1'2'3'4'

Student Council

Cheer Leader 1'2'3'

Hobby - Traveling

Evelyn Ayres

Glee Club 1'2'3'4'

Girl Reserves, President

Recreation Ball

Hobby - Sports
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POWELL

[image of school]

HIGH SCHOOL

1939

ROW 1:

NOLAN NEDS PRES.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

MARCIA GOULD SEC. SAL.

ELLEN GROVE VAL.

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

O. H. GIBSON SUPT.

MARGARET ASKINS

DAN HOPPER

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

MRS. CHARLES TOSSEY FAC.

MRS. ESTHER CHERINGTON FAC.

EVELYN BISHOP

WARREN PARMENTER

MONTROSE STUDIO

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

MARY KEIL FAC.

EDGAR HIGGINS FAC.

HARRIETT MADDOX

WAYNE WILLIAMS
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The POW-WOW [image of Native American] The POW-WOW

Harriett Maddox

"Harriett"

Hobby- Music

"Tee-hee"

Dan Hopper

"Danny"

Hobby- Moustaches

"Be My Sweetheart"

Richard Shields

"P-Sam"

Hobby- Electricity

"Crime-in-ently"

Marcia Gould

"Delishis"

Hobby- Feathers

"Oh Yeh"

Margaret Askins

"Peg"

Hobby- Blind Dates

"Oh Gosh"

Ellen Grove

"Sarry"

Hobby- Home Work

"Now my Aunt in-"

Wayne Williams

"Curly"

Hobby- Sports

"Gal-durn-it"

Nolan Neds

"Isick"

Hobby- Singing

"Alright Kids"

Mr. Gibson

Presents-

Warren Parmenter

"Squirt"

Hobby- Radio

"I didn't see the Curve"

Evelyn Bishop

"Ev"

Hobby- Dreaming

"Aw Now"

Mrs. Charles Tossey

Hobby- Ayrshires

"Mow 'em down"

Miss Mary Ellen Keil

Hobby- Athletics

"Take a seat up front"

Time Marches On
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RADNOR

HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS OF 1939

[image of school]

ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

C. E. HATCH - FAC.

EUGENE ROSS - FAC.

M. L. KINGSMORE - FAC.

H. S. SOCKMAN - FAC.

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

JULIA J. COLFLESH

NOLA RHOAD - FAC.

D. H. THOMAS - PRIN.

SAMUEL S. LOYER - SUPT.

ELEANOR HUSTON - FAC.

JANE WOODWARD - FAC.

EFFIE DEAL

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

DONALD M. FRYMAN - TREAS.

HOWARD THOMAS - PRES.

MARY HUMMEL - V. PRES.

DONALD G. DAVIS - SEC.

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

MARJORIE J. JONES

EDGAR HARVEY

MARGARET HARVEY

LEONA M. HAWKINS

ROBERT E. HAYES

EMMA J. MORRIS

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

MARY L. PRICE

HUGH W. RODMAN

ROBERT A. SKINNER

CHANDIS STEED
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R IS FOR RODMAN, STRONG ATHLETE WE SAY BASKETBALL '36, '37, '38, '39; BASEBALL '36, '37, '38, '39;

HUGH HOPES TO PLAY IN THE BIG LEAGUE SOME DAY. ORCHESTRA '37; SENIOR PLAY

A IS FOR AIRPLANE--MARY HUMMEL'S PET THEME EDITOR, "R" MIRROR, '39; CLASS PRES. '38; V.P. '39; DEL. CO.

SHE WISHES TO FLY BY SOME CLEVER SCHEME. FAIR BOARD MEMBER '38; GLEE CLUB '36, '37, '38, '39; SR. PLAY.

D FOR DONALD DAVIS, FARMER AT HEART BASKETBALL '37, '38, '39; F.F.A. TREAS. '39; STATE FARMER; CLASS SEC'Y.

FROM BOOKS AND STUDIES HE'S READY TO PART. '39; GLEE CLUB '37, '38; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS.

N IS FOR NEATNESS, FOR NIFTY AND NICE CLASS SEC'Y. '38; COMMERCIAL CLUB SEC'Y, '38; V.P. '39; F.H.A. PRES

TO A PARTY, MARJORIE JONES ADDS SPICE. '38, V.P. '39; GLEE CLUB '36, '37, '38, '39; SENIOR PLAY.

O FOR ORATOR---EDGAR HARVEY'S FAME F.F.A. STATE FARMER; BASKETBALL '37, '38, '39; BASEBALL '38, '39;

HE'S KEPT HUMPING, LIVING UP TO HIS NAME. ORCHESTRA '37, '38; BAND '38, '39; JR. AND SR. PLAYS; DISTRICT PUB.

SPEAKING CONTEST '39, 1ST; STATE CONTEST, 2ND.

R FOR RED, THE COLOR OF ROB'T. SKINNER'S HAIR BASKETBALL '36, '39; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS. F.F.A.

NOT TOO MUCH TEMPER, BUT POSSESSING HIS SHARE.

H IS FOR HOWARD THOMAS, PRESIDENT SO FINE CLASS PRES. '37, '39; TREAS. '38; ATHLETIC ASSOC. PRES. '39; BAS-

HE'S HEADED FOR COLLEGE--LAW IS HIS LINE. KET BALL '36, '37, '38, '39; JR. AND SR. PLAYS.

I IS FOR IT--SOMETHING MERLE FRYMAN'S GOT CLASS PRES. '36; V.P. '37, '38; TREAS. '39; F.F.A. PRES. '39;

WHETHER HE IS AWARE OF IT OR NOT. BASKETBALL '36, '37, '38, '39; JR. AND SR. PLAYS; STATE FARMER

G IS FOR GAIETY--MARY PRICE'S WAY CHEERLEADER '39; BASEBALL '38; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS. GLEE CLUB

SHOWN AS SHE CHEERLEADS ON BASKETBALL DAY. '36, '37, '38, '39.

H IS FOR HARVEY--MARGARET THIS TIME CHEERLEADER '39; ASHLEY FAIR BOARD MEMBER '38; GLEE CLUB '36, '37, '38,

SHE PLAYS THE PIANO AND MAKES IT CHIME. '39; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS.

S IS FOR SCIENCE, WHERE ELMER HAYES DOES SHINE SCIENCE CLUB PRES. '36, '37, '38; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS.

HE KNOWS HIS FORMULAS TO THE LAST LINE.

E IS FOR EFFIE--DEAL BEING HER LAST NAME F.H.A. PRES. '37; COMMERCIAL CLUB PRES. '39; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS.

THERE'S NEVER A CHANGE, SHE'S ALWAYS THE SAME.

N IS FOR NUISANCE, THO SHE'S NICE AS CAN BE GLEE CLUB '36, '37, '38, '39; JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS.

WE MEAN EMMA JANE MORRIS AS YOU SEE.

I IS FOR INTEREST--FOR MUSIC IT IS ORCHESTRA '38; BAND '38, '39; F.H.A. TREAS. '38; GLEE CLUB '36,

WHERE JULIA COLFLESH IS SIMPLY A WHIZ! '37, '38, '39; SENIOR PLAY.

O IS FOR OUT--WHICH THE UMPIRE ALWAYS CALLS BASEBALL '37, '38, '39; F.F.A.

WHEN JUNIOR STEED'S TOSSING OVER THE BALLS.

R IS A RHYME: READY, WILLING, AND ABLE CHEERLEADER '39; F.H.A. TREAS. '37; RECREATION BALL '36, '37, '38; JR.

WATCHING LEONA HAWKINS, THIS'S NO FABLE. AND SR. PLAYS; GLEE CLUB '36, '37, '38, '39.

S IS FOR SCHOOL FROM WHICH WE'LL SOON DEPART

WITH SADNESS AND GLADNESS IN EVERY HEART.
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ROW 1 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Juanita Bonham

Lewis C. Beacom

Betty Ridenour

Henry D. Wilson, Jr.

Pearl Louise Green

Jay Stemen

ROW 2 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

John Shumaker Fac.

Esther McCormick Fac.

H. C. Bernhard Fac.

Evelyn Marker Fac.

Cecil D. Denning Fac.

Margaret Long Asst. Prin.

Raymond L. Jennings

ROW 3 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Dorothy Caudy

E. H. Whipkey Prin.

SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL Class of '39 Cubberly Studio

H. R. Fisher Supt.

Delia Smith

ROW 4 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Lester A. Borden

George F. Lane V Pres.

Wanda Mae Beddow

Kenneth Overturf Pres.

Mary Weaver

Russell Watts Sec. Treas.

Betty E. Strosnider

ROW 5 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Robert Freeman

Helen Sue McDonald

Mary Ellen Quinn

Donald Beaver

Louise Elenor Quinn

Christine Walker

Glen Hoskinson

ROW 6 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Doris Glick

Ivan Dixon

Betty Olinger

Ralph Edward Courter

Ruth Wigton

John Reid Lake

Kermit E. Nuckles

ROW 7 - LEFT TO RIGHT:

Jerome Stark

Elsie Mae Knoderer

Benson Beaver

Jennie Mae Gump

George Willey

Hazel Franklin

James C. Wilson

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"What Lies Ahead?"

Extra-curricular activities have

always been of vital interest to

the class of '39. Seventeen of the

twenty-one boys and twelve of the

seventeen girls have participated

in at least one sport during their

high school period; fourteen boys

took part in at least three major

sports. Eleven seniors in the foot-

ball lineup were letter men; six of

the first ten of the basketball

squad were also members of the '39

class.

In the field of music nearly

every member has participated in

some activity. Of the '39 group sev-

enteen have sung in the glee club

all four years; eighteen have sung

in the county festival; nine boys

were members of a group which com-

peted in the district and state mu-

sic contests; six are members of the

high school band, and five have

played since the band was organized

in 1933; eleven '39ers were part of

a special group which joined a cho-

rus of 440 central-Ohio high-school

students to give a concert in Mees

Hall on April 15.

An abundance of literary, journal-

istic, and artistic talent was dis-

covered when appointments were made

to the school newspaper. During the

past two years members of the class

have held down eighteen of a pos-

sible thirty jobs in newspaper work,

with Raymond Jennings as editor and

Elsie Knoderer as art editor.

Organizations have profited from

senior activities; ten boys belong

to the F.F.A. where they have

served on fair boards, entered pub-

lic speaking and parliamentary pro-

cedure contests, and were on judging

teams. George Lane is president of

the organization this year. In the

F.H.A. seniors holding important

offices have been: president, Sue

McDonald; vice president, Doris Glick

and Juanita Bonham.

Twelve seniors: Raymond Jennings,

Glen Hoskinson, Henry Wilson Jr.,

Juanita Bonham, Helen Sue McDonald,

Robert Freeman, Kermit Nuckles, James

Wilson, Russell Watts, Doris Glick,

Betty Ridenour, and Jay Stemen com-

peted in the general scholarship

team on April 15.

Members of the cast of the

senior play, "The Trail of the Lone-

some Pine," are: Raymond Jennings,

Wanda Beddow, Delia Smith, Ralph

Courter, Betty Ridenour, Henry Wil-

son Jr., Robert Freeman, George

Willey, Betty Strosnider, Jerome

Stark, Mary Ellen Quinn, Sue McDonald,

Christine Walker, Betty Olinger.

Class Roll

Kenneth B. Overturf-Pres.

George F. Lane-Vice Pres.

Russell Wayne Watts-Sec.

Betty Anne Olinger-Benson K. Beaver

Betty Elleene Strosnider-Ivan Dixon

Louise Elenor Quinn-Dewey Alexander

Mary Ellen Quinn------George Willey

Elsie Mae Knoderer-Ralph E. Courter

Ruth Wigton---Glen Harold Hoskinson

Jennie Gump-------John Clavin Shoaf

Mary Ellen Weaver-Kermit E. Nuckles

Juanita Ardeen Bonham--Jerome Stark

Doris Jean Glick-Helen Sue McDonald

Robert N. Freeman----Hazel Franklin

James Curry Wilson-Delia Mary Smith

Lewis Clinton Beacom-John Reid Lake

Jay W. Stemen-Christine Aloa Walker

Henry Wilson Jr. Donald David Beaver

Pearl Louise Green-Lester A. Borden

Raymond L. Jennings Betty Ridenour

Wanda Mae Beddow
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-ASHLEY-

Commencement

Monday, May 22nd, 8:00

Invocation............Rev. A.B. Johnson

March....................H.S. Orchestra

Salutatory...............Miriam Johnson

Valedictory...............Virginia Wood

Music - The Rosary

Summer Noon

Senior Girls' Chorus

Address.................Dr. R.H. Walker

Solo - - Villanelle.........Nan Whipple

Awarding of Honors........Florence Leas,

Principal

Awarding of Diplomas.......Supt. Warner

Music - All Through the Night

The Vicar of Bray

Boys' Chorus

Benediction...........Rev. D.D. McIntosh

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

-BELLPOINT-

Commencement

Friday, May 26th, 8:00

Processional......................Class

Invocation..................Rev. Caylor

Salutatory...................Joe Boylan

Music - All Through the Night

Boys' Glee Club

Valedictory............Adele Von Moegen

Class Address............"Dusty" Miller

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. S.H. Miller

Pres., Board of Education

Music - Hiking Song,. H.S. Mixed Chorus

Bebediction.................Rev. Caylor

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939 -----

-BERLIN-

Commencement

Wednesday, May 17th

Music......................H.S. Orchestra

Invocation................Rev. Paul Frank

Music.........................H.S. Chorus

Salutatory.................Philip Frazier

Valedictory................Dorothy Jaynes

Music.........................H.S. Chorus

Address..................Rev. Eugene Rush,

M.E. Church, Mt. Gilead

Presentation of Diplomas, G.E. McFarland,

Co. Supt. of Schools

Benediction...............Rev. Paul Frank

---- Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

-BROWN-

Commencement

Monday, May 22nd, 8:15

Processional................H.S. Orchestra

Invocation...................Rev. Langford

Music.....................Clarinet Quartet

Salutatory...............Charlotte Leonard

Address Dr. D. Luther Evans,

Prof. of Philosophy, O.S.U.

"Sweet Bells" from "The Magic Flute"

Mixed Chorus

Valedictory..............Virginia Williams

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Baird,

Pres., Board of Education

Class Song....................Senior Class

Benediction..............Rev. W.I. Burrell

---- Class 1939--------Class 1939-----

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- GALENA -

Commencement

Friday, May 19nd, 8:00

Processional.....................Orchestra

Invocation.....................Rev. Darkey

Salutatory, Piano Solo- "Autumn Idyl"

Barbara Roof

Valedictory.....................Mary Miller

Music - "The Rosary", Girls' Glee Club

Class Address.............Mr. Geo. C. Beery

Supt., Franklin Co. Schools

Presentation of Class.............Mrs. Sands

Presentation of Diplomas.......Dr. L.M. Ihle

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction......................Rev. Darkey

----Class 1939-------- Class 1939 -----

- HARLEM -

Commencement

Thursday, May 18th, 8:15

Processional.......................Class

Invocation....................Rev. Green

Music................Community Orchestra

Salutatory..................Beulah Ryder

"Summer Noon" ........H.S. Girls' Chorus

"The Rosary" .........H.S. Girls' Chorus

Valedictory..................Helen Young

"Goin' Home".................H.S. Chorus

Class Address..........Mr. Wm. L.Manahan

Music................Community Orchestra

Valedictory.............Genevieve Hawley

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Stockwell

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction....................Rev. Green

----Class 1939-------- Class 1939 -----

- HYATTS -

Commencement

Friday, May 19th, 8:00

Processional........................Class

Invocation..............Rev. Jos. Shepard

Music - All the April Evening,

Mixed Chorus

Salutatory..................Patricia Gray

Instrumental Music..........Edward Hardin

"Long, Long Ago"............Julia Darnell

"Jesus, Lover of My Soul," Bud Reed,

Katherine Jackson, Joe Andrews

Address ----------------- Dr. E. E. Lewis,

Ohio State University

Music - "The Minstrel Song"

"All Through the Night"

Boys' Glee Club

Valedictory...................Betty Hardin

Music - "The Rosary"......Girls' Glee Club

"I Passed by Your Window"

Double Mixed Quartet

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Fred Hyre,

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction...................Rev. Shepard

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

- ORANGE -

Commencement

Wednesday, May 17th

March...........................School Band

Processional, "God of Our Fathers"

Invocation................Rev. D. E. Howard

Salutatory...................Eileen Barrows

Selection, "True Hearts"........School Band

Address...................Dr. J. L. Clifton,

Ohio State University

Presentation of Awards, Supt. Lust

Valedictory......................Wilma Slack

Presentation of Diplomas Mr. Bale,

Pres., Board of Education

Selection- "Warming Up".........School Band

Benediction...............Rev. D. E. Howard

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----
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- OSTRANDER -

Commencement

Friday, May 26th

Music........................Flute Trio

Invocation.................Rev. Forkner

Solo......................George Jacobs

Address...............Prof. Lloyd Dodds

Ohio State University

Music........................Flute Trio

Presentation of Class........Supt. Hull

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Smart,

Pres., Board of Education

Music......................George Jacobs

Benediction..................Rev. Lasley

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

- POWELL -

Commencement

Tuesday, May 16th, 8:00

Processional...................School Band

Invocation.....................Rev. Hoover

Selection by...................School Band

Salutatory Address............Marcia Gould

Boys Trio.....................Noland Neds,

Warren Parmenter, Richard Shields

Valedictory Address............Ellen Grove

Mixed Quartette............Harriett Maddox,

Noland Neds, Marcia Gould, W. Parmenter

Address..........................Dr. Boehm,

Dean, Baldwin-Wallace College

Class Song.......................Class 1939

Presentation of Class, Supt. Gibson

Presentation of Diplomas, Mrs. Canfield

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction.....................Rev. Hoover

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

- RADNOR -

Commencement

Thursday, May 18th, 8:15

Processional, "Activity"

Invocation.....................Rev. Schmink

"Cherubim Song" H.S. Chorus

Valedictory............Roy Edgar Harvey, Jr.

"Zenith"........................School Band

Introduction of Speaker, Supt. Loyer

Address....................Dr. F. H. McNutt

"Idle Fancy"....................School Band

Presentation of Class, Supt. Loyer

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Jones,

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction....................Rev. Schmink

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----

- SUNBURY -

Commencement

Monday, May 22nd

Invocation.......................Rev. Frederick

Music.......................H.S. Special Chorus

Salutatory......................Glenn Hoskinson

Presentation of Memorial.......................

Valedictory....................Raymond Jennings

Presentation of Awards.........................

Music.......................H.S. Special Chorus

Class Address................Prof. Horace Troop

Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. Day,

Pres., Board of Education

Benediction.......................Rev. Frederick

----Class 1939 -------- Class 1939-----
The Delawarian (p. 30)

Title

The Delawarian (p. 30)

Description

[page 30]

[corresponds to back cover of The Delawarian]

[blank]

Dublin Core

Title

The Delawarian

Subject

Ashley High School--Ohio--Ashley--1939
Bellpoint High School--Ohio--Concord Township--1939
Berlin High School--Ohio--Berlin Township--1939
Brown High School--Ohio--Brown Township--1939
Galena High School--Ohio--Galena--1939
Harlem Township High School--Ohio--Harlem Township--1939
Hyatts High School--Ohio--Liberty Township--1939
Orange High School--Ohio--Orange Township--1939
Ostrander High School--Ohio--Ostrander--1939
Powell High School--Ohio--Powell--1939
Public schools--Ohio--Delaware County
Radnor High School--Ohio--Radnor--1939
Schools--Ohio--Delaware County
Sunbury High School--Ohio--Sunbury--1939

Description

The 1939 Delawarian Yearbook includes the high schools in Ashley, Bellpoint, Berlin, Brown, Galena, Harlem, Hyatts, Orange, Ostrander, Powell, Radnor, and Sunbury.

Creator

Editorial Staff of the Delawarian, 1939

Date

1939

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

Format

Yearbook

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

22221038

Citation

Editorial Staff of the Delawarian, 1939, “The Delawarian,” Delaware County Memory, accessed June 14, 2024, http://www.delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/204.

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