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The 1951 Flame

Foreword

The Senior Class of 1951 is proud to present The 1951 Flame, the first an-
nual for the Big Walnut School. The name for the annual was chosen after
discussion with the students and serious consideration by the members of the
annual staff. After the school colors, red and gold, were selected, the colors
were linked to those of the 'flame' of a fire. The fire colors are cheerful, dra-
matic, and interesting. So we desire the Big Walnut annual to portray in its
color and name the joy of school life and the dramatic events in plays and
athletics woven together in an interesting way. "Flames" can be damaging;
but if properly controlled, they can be constructive. They provide warmth
and cheer for our lives, and we hope The 1951 Flame will shed the warmth
and cheer of this year as we look back on it from the future.

The theme of this annual is centered on The Golden Eagles, the nickname
of the school. We see the Golden Eagles as an Indian nation, the school build-
ings as their tepees, the superintendent as their chief, and the classes as tribes.
The action of the year is shown in "pow wows." The project is supported by
"smoke signals" sent out by advertisers from The 1951 Flame.

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Volume I
Big Walnut High School
Published by the Senior Class

COMMUNITY LIBRARY
SUNBURY, OHIO
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Table of Contents

School Pictures - 1

Dedication - 2

Administration - 3

Faculty - 4

Classes - 6
Seniors - 7
Senior History -12
Senior Prophecy -13
Senior Baby Pictures - 14
Juniors - 16
Sophomores - 18
Freshmen - 20
Junior High - 22

Galena Grades - 25

Sunbury Grades - 29

Activities - 35
F. H. A. - 36
F. F. A. - 37
Y-Teens - 38
N. H. S. - 39
Junior Play - 40
Senior Play - 41
Annual Staff - 42
Librarians - 43
Newsreporters - 43
Band - 44
Mixed Chorus - 45
Girls Glee Club - 46
Boys Ensemble - 47
Buglers - 47
Homecoming Court - 48
Queen - 49
Varsity Cheerleaders - 50
Football Coach - 50
Football - 51
Senior Football Players - 52
Basketball Coach - 54
Varsity Basketball - 55
Reserve Basketball - 56
Reserve Cheerleaders - 56
Senior Basketball Players - 57
Junior High Basketball - 58
Junior High Cheerleaders - 58

Snapshots - 59
Junior Red Cross - 60
School Employees - 61
Miscellaneous Snapshots - 62

Advertising - 71
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"The Tepees"

SUNBURY BUILDINGS

The building at the left below is occupied by the Sunbury grade school and
also houses the temporary office of the superintendent. Constructed in 1878,
it has served many years. The building on the right is the one which the high
school is using. It is, of course, crowded for the enrollment; but with the re-
pairs which are needed so badly, it will serve the grade school well when
the new building can be occupied by the high school.

top photo: Sunbury grade school and high school buildings

bottom photo: Galena school building


GALENA BUILDING

The building above houses, at present, the Galena grades and the
Junior High School. A considerable sum was spent on this building in the
past year so it is in good condition. Modern lighting has been installed, and
the flooring and walls have been refinished. Several of the rooms have
new green blackboards, and there is a complete new section of building in
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"New Wigwam"

illustration: sketch of entry of new school building

DEDICATION

We, the Senior Class of 1951, dedicate this first Big Walnut Annual, The
1951 Flame, to the success of the newly consolidated school and to all those
who have in any way helped to make this unification a success.

We fully realize that this has taken much effort on the part of our school
board and Superintendent and that it was made possible only through the
support of the citizens of our school district.

As the new building for Big Walnut High School continues toward com-
pletion, we hope that the spirit of unity in the school and between the com-
munities will continue to grow.


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Administration

"Big Chief"

Superintendent

Upon the consolidation of Galena and
Sunbury schools, Mr. Marvin H. Miller
was selected to be the Big Walnut Super-
intendent.

Previous to his appointment as Super-
intendent, Mr. Miller was principal of
Ironton High School in Ironton. He re-
ceived his Bachelor of Science degree in
Education at Ohio University and his Mas-
ter of Arts degree in School Administra-
tion from Ohio State University.

Mr. Miller's principal job has been the
coordinating of the two schools and the
problem of construction. He has not car-
ried a teaching load.

top right photo: Mr. Marvin H. Miller


Principal
of the High School

Before coming to the high school as principal,
Hylen Souders was Superintendent of the Galena
School system and principal of the Big Walnut
Grade Schools for the first half of this year. He re-
placed Mr. A. R. Skomp, former Sunbury Superin-
tendent, upon his resignation as principal of the
high school the first of February.

Mr. Souders received his Bachelor of Science
degree in Education from Ohio Northern Uni-
versity at Ada and his Master of Arts degree in
School Administration from Ohio State University.
He has had graduate work at the Instituo Tech-
nologico at Monterrey, Mexico, in the summer and
during the past year attended twilight school at
Ohio State University.

bottom left photo: Mr. Hylen Souders


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Faculty

top left photo:
A. R. SKOMP

Indiana State Teachers College
B. S. in Education

Principal of the High School
Industrial Arts

(Resigned February 1)

top middle photo:
MINETTA H. RICHEY

Otterbein College
Bachelor of Arts

Bliss Business College

Business Education

top right photo:
PAUL E. KELTNER

Capital University
B. S. in Education

Social Science and
Physical Education

top left photo:
SELMA CROSS

Ohio University
B. S. in Home Economics

Home Economics

top middle photo:
HENRY l. FURNESS

Otterbein College
Bachelor of Science

English and Physical Education

(Resigned March 1)

top right photo:
NANCY STERBENZ

Ohio Wesleyan University
Bachelor of Arts

Mathematics


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Faculty

bottom left photo:
AUDREY M. PRINE

Ohio State University
Bachelor of Arts
Graduate Work
Vocal Music

bottom middle photo:
ADRIAN C. DeBROSSE

Ohio State University
B. S. in Agriculture
Agriculture

bottom right photo:
HELEN CAMPBELL

Otterbein College
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science

Ohio Northern University
Physical Education

Ohio State University
Graduate Work

Social Studies, Latin, Biology,
Physical Education

bottom left photo:
EDWARD LaMAR HOKE, SR

University of Maryland
Bachelor of Arts

Wilmington College
B. S. in Education

Ohio State University
Master of Arts

Science and Band


bottom middle photo:
MARY JANE ROWEDDA

Wooster College
Bachelor of Arts

Ohio State University
B. S. in Occupational Therapy
Graduate Work

English and Dramatics

bottom right photo:
CLYDE E. CROSS

Ohio State University
B. S. in Agriculture

Agriculture

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Tribes

illustration of several native Americans and teepees in camp
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Class Officers

top photo:
BETTY BOLTON
Secretary

FHA 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
Newsreporter 3, 4
Class Officer
Secretary 4
Sec.-Treas. 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4
Homecoming Court 4

top photo:
NORMAND TOWNLEY,
President

Mixed Chorus 1, 2
Class Play 3, 4
National Honor Society 3, 4
President 4
Boys' State 3
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Officer
Vice President 3
President 4

top photo:
RUSSELL FRAVEL,
Vice President

Class Officer
President 1, 2
Vice President 4
Class Play 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4

top photo:
ELDON CHAMBERS,
Treasurer

National Honor Society 3, 4
President 4
Class President 1
Class Play 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Basketball 1
Class Treasurer 4
Boys Chorus 1, 2, 3

SENIOR CLASS

The Class of 1951 is proud to have the opportunity of being the first graduating class of
Big Walnut High School. The consolidation of Galena and Sunbury is a success which will
be complete upon entrance into the beautiful new building.

During the first semester of school, much attention was given to senior pictures which were
taken by Cubberly Studios of Delaware. Invitations were ordered along with caps and
gowns. The class motto, "Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers" was chosen. Blue and
white were selected as class colors, and the yellow rose as the class flower.

As a social event the class enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of Grace Ellen Miller.
Twenty-eight attended on a 12 below zero night. The Seniors, of course, look forward to the
privilege of being guests at the Junior-Senior Banquet on May 12.

The most important project of the school year has been the production of the first Big Wal-
nut annual. The vast amount of work it has required is quite evident; the Seniors are very
proud to present The 1951 Flame.

To close their years in high school, the class is looking toward their senior play and bac-
calaureate; and, of course, most of all, Commencement on May 25, with Rev. Homer Felty as
speaker.

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Senior Class

photo: MARY ALICE BARNEY
Y-Teens 1, 2
FHA 1, 2
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3
Softball 1, 2
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3

photo: KYLE COMPTON
Mixed Chorus 1, 2
Class Play 3, 4
FFA 2, 3, 4
Vice President 4
Football 3
Basketball 1
Glee Club 1

photo: CHARLES CONKLIN
National Honor Society 3, 4
Class Play 3, 4

photo: NELDA BARNHARD
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Secretary 3
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club 1, 3
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3
Softball 1, 2

photo: NANCY BROWN
Y-Teens 4
Glee Club 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Band 3, 4
Class President 3
National Honor Society 3, 4
Class Play 3, 4
Volleyball 2, 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Photography Editor

photo: ROSS DAY
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Captain 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Captain 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Officer
Vice President 1, 2
President 3
Annual Staff 4
Advertising Manager
Boys' State 3
National Honor Society 3, 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4

photo: GARY GIRBERD
FFA 2, 3, 4
Student Advisor 3
President 4
Mixed Chorus 2
Class Play 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Baseball 3
Track 2
Football 2, 3, 4
Basketball 2, 3
Class Historian 3

photo: DAYNA BRICKER
Y-Teens 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2
Class Play 3, 4
Homecoming Court 4
Class Officer
Vice President 1
President 2
Steering Committee 4
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball 2, 3, 4

photo: JOAN CROWL
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
President 4
Vice President 3
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Secretary 3
Mixed Chorus 1, 2
Band 1
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4
Sports Queen 3
Annual Staff 4

photo: HARRY HUGHES
Orange 1, 2
FFA 1, 2, 4
Class Play 3
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Baseball 1, 2
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3

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Senior Class

photo: NEIL JOHNSON
Football 1, 4
Basketball Manager 1, 4
Track 1, 4
Baseball Manager 1

photo: MARILYN EDWARDS
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3
FHA 1
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Soft Ball 1, 2

photo: MARY LOU EDWARDS
Y-Teens 1
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Song Leader 3
Secretary 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Pianist 1, 2, 3
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Pianist 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4
Librarian 4
Office 3
Softball 2, 3, 4

photo: FRANK C. LINNABARY
Baseball 1, 2
Class Play 3, 4
Track 4
Football 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3

photo: DONALD LONGSHORE
FFA 2, 3, 4
Class Play 3
National Honor Society 3
Football 3, 4

photo: CLARA BELL ERB
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
FHA 1
Glee Club 3
Mixed Chorus 2
Office 4
Soft Ball 1, 2

photo: ELOISE FISHER
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4
FHA 1
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Office 3
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4

photo: DAVID MELOY
FFA 4
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3
Class Play 3
Basketball 3
Class Vice President 3

photo: SCOTT MICKLE
Mixed Chorus 2, 3
Class Play 3
Band 1, 2
Baseball 1, 2, 3
Basketball 1, 2, 3
Class Steering Committee 4

photo: JoANN FLETCHER
Y-Teens 1
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Historian 3
Class Play 3, 4
Librarian 4
Soft Ball 1, 2, 3, 4

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Senior Class

photo: GEORGIE M. GREENE
Class Play 3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Parliamentarian 2
Glee Club
Librarian
Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4

photo: ALLEN SMITH
Mixed Chorus 1
Class Play 3
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Football 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4

photo: RUSSELL D. STOCKWELL
FFA 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Play 3
Mixed Chorus 1, 2,

photo: JUNE HUDDLESTUN
Librarian 1, 4
Mixed Chorus 2
Class Play 3
Hall Monitor 1

photo: BEVERLEY MARTIN
Franklin High 1
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
FHA 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4
Class Play 3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4

photo: EUGENE WEBB
Basketball Charter 3
Basketball Scorekeeper 4

photo: JOE WALKER
Band 2
Football 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 3
Class Play 3

photo: RACHEL MURPHY
Class Officer
Secretary 2
Historian 3
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Treasurer 2
Vice President 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Historian 2
Mixed Chorus 3, 4
National Honor Society 3, 4
Class Play 3, 4
Librarian 2

photo: GRACE ELLEN MILLER
Glee Club 1, 2
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Historian 2
Vice President 3
State Homemaker 4
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4,
Librarian 1
Newsreporter 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
President 3
Annual Staff 4
Editor
Girls State 3
Class Officer
Secretary 1
Steering Committee 4

photo: MARY ALICE
RICHARDSON
Glee Club 1, 2,
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Secretary 2
President 3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Treasurer 2
Mixed Chorus 3, 4
President 4
Class Play 3, 4
National Honor Society 3, 4
Sec.-Treas. 4
Librarian 2, 4
Homecoming Queen 3
Sports Queen 2
Newsreporter 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Subscription Manager
Office 2, 3
Softball 3, 4

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Senior Class

photo: JoANN HILL
Glee Club 1, 2
Y-Teens 4
National Honor Society 3
Secretary 3
Annual Staff 4
Copy Editor
Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball 3

photo: PHYLLIS ROSE
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ,4
FHA 4
Y-Teens 4
Class Play 3
National Honor Society 3, 4
Sec.-Treas 3

photo: EMOGENE SKAGGS
FHA 3
Class Play 3
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3

photo: LOU STELZER
Class Officer
Historian 1, 2
Secretary 3
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
FHA 2, 3, 4
Song Leader 4
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3
Junior Red Cross 3
Vice-President
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4

photo: JOYCE WARD
Mixed Chorus 2, 3
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
Newsreporter 2
Parliamentarian 3
Y-Teens 1
Class Play 3

photo: NANCY WILLIAMSON
FHA 1, 2, 3, 4
President 4
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4
Treasurer 3
Librarian 4
Annual Staff 4
Art Editor
Class Treasurer 1, 3

photo: LARRY SEWELL
Holy Rosary 1, 2, 3
Football 4

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Senior Class History

GALENA

September 6, 1939 started a new and thrilling life for all
of the six year olds at Galena, for this was to be their first
day at school. They were to meet many new friends whom
they would never lose.

On this day everyone was quiet and shy, but heir
teacher, Miss Terry, soon made them feel at home. It
wasn't long before all of the boys and girls were laughing
and talking together, having a wonderful time. Of those
who started that day there are five who have remained
together through twelve years of schooling. They are Betty
Bolton, Dayna Bricker, Eldon Chambers, Frank Linnabary
and Russell Stockwell.

This class had Miss Terry as a teacher in the first and
second grade; Miss Lott in the third; Miss DeMass in the
fourth; Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Ross, and Mrs. Shear in the fifth;
and Mrs. Horlocker in the sixth grade. Phyllis Rose joined
the class in the fourth grade, and JoAnn Hill in the fifth.
The most thrilling event of the year was at Halloween time.
Everybody brought his Halloween costume to school, put it
on at noon, and then paraded through all of the school
rooms. After that the teachers picked the funniest and
most horrible costumes, and everyone celebrated with a
party.

In 1944 the class graduated from the sixth grade into
Junior High. Everyone was now in the same study halls as
the high school students, and all had the same teachers.
In the seventh grade they welcomed Nancy Brown and in
the eight grade Scott Mickle joined them. Miss Campbell
was the seventh and eighth grade homeroom teacher.

In September, 1947, the class started their first year of
high school. Mrs. Smith was their homeroom teacher and
class advisor. The seniors felt the freshmen should be
initiated. Everyone survived, however, and enjoyed a party
on the second day.

As sophomores there were thirteen in the group includ-
ing two new members, Marie McCoy and Eugene Webb.
The first thing in store was the class rings ordered in Oc-
tober and received in February. When the rings arrived
the sophomores were the most important people in the
school - or maybe it was the fingers which wore the rings.
Marie McCoy and Jim Cantrell left the class and two new
members Dave Meloy and Harry Hughes, were welcomed.
Several activities of this year were a Halloween carni-
val, turkey raffle, Christmas party, and scrap drive.

The junior year of this class began with twelve mem-
bers. The first activity was the Junior play, the "Spooky
Tavern," a mystery-farce presented on November 10, 1949.
Mr. Furniss was the class advisor. For the Halloween
Carnival, Dayna Bricker was chosen as the Junior can-
didate for queen. Bingo and the fun house were their
booths for this event. A turkey was also raffled, and
programs were sold at the Galena-Sunbury game as a
means of making money.

Thus, ended eleven years of education, the twelfth to be
spent as the Big Walnut Senior Class.

SUNBURY

As the Sunbury beginners sat in the classroom that
first morning, September 6, 1939, they began to notice
the other boys and girls, the pretty goldfish in the back of
the room, and their teacher, Miss Tathem. Soon all were
getting along nicely. Those who started that day twelve
years ago and who are still members of the class are:
Nelda Barnhard, Kyle Compton, David Chaney, Charles
Conklin, Joan Crowl, Ross Day, Marilyn Edwards, Mary
Lou Forgrave Edwards, Clara Bell Erb, Joan Fletcher, Rus-
sell Fravel, Gary Girberd, June Huddlestun, Neil Johnson,
Don Longshore, Grace Ellen Miller, Rachel Murphy, Nor-
mand Townley, Joe Walker and Nancy Williamson.

During their years in grade school, the class was under
the tutelage of Miss Bond in the second grade, Miss Love or
Miss Van Fossen in the third, Miss Hogue in the fourth,
Miss Beattie in the fifth, and Mrs. Graumlick in the sixth.
Allen Smith joined the class in the second, Eloise Fisher in
the third, Joyce Ward in the fourth, and Emogene Skaggs
in the sixth. While in the second, the class helped in an
operetta presented by all the grades; and in the sixth they
presented a play entitled "The Old Cross Patch."

Finally, they were in Junior High! What a thrill! Three
new students came into the seventh grade - Georgie Green,
Mary Alice Richardson, and Lou Stelzer. Mr. Crawford was
the teacher.

The year that followed, they consider the finishing touch
to their primary education. They were faithfully guided by
Mr. Neilson, the "grand" daddy of Sunbury School. The
class was well represented on the Eighth Grade Test with
first, second and third place winners in the county. Do
you remember "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"? This
class presented this play the night they were given their
diplomas for completing eight years of schooling. Mary
Alice Barney joined the class during this year.

The turning point of their schooling came when they
entered high school in the fall of 1947. Mrs. Tarpy was
the freshman advisor. The initiation party was survived,
having been planned by the sophomores so that it
wouldn't, they all realized later. Since the class was taking
dancing lessons, all participated in the freshman dance at
Christmas time.

Mrs. Rowedda was advisor for the sophomore year.
The main event was a super Valentine Dance.

As juniors, Mrs. Tarpy was again advisor. This was the
busiest year with all the things the juniors have to do.
Class rings were ordered and were soon being worn
by everyone but juniors. Then came the junior play, "The
Divine Flora," which everyone enjoyed. Next, was the
very big event, the Junior-Senior banquet and prom. The
class wanted the decorations to be different as every class
does, so they decided to build a miniature gay nineties
town. Work was begun weeks in advance to make it a
big success even though it poured down rain, as it usually
does at prom time.

The class has been well represented in sports and other
activities during its years in high school. The class was
proud of their Homecoming Queen and All-Sports Queens,
Mary Alice Richardson and Joan Crowl. Normand Townley
was honored by receiving a Dispatch scholarship as a
freshman and a trip to Florida in a Temperance league
Contest as a junior. Ross Day was a member of the Var-
sity Basketball team in 1948 when the Delaware County
Basketball Championship was won for the last time and
was selected as representative to Boy's State his junior
year. Grace Ellen Miller was selected as representative to
Girl's State.

So we bring the Sunbury Class of 1951 up-to-date. The
events and honors of the current year will be found on the
Senior class page. Joining with the senior class of Galena
has necessitated adjustments, but many new and lasting
friendships have been formed during the year in Big Wal-
nut High School.

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Class Prophecy

by Mary Alice Richardson

It was the night before graduation,
When all though the schoolhouse,
Not a creature was stirring,
Except one little lockermouse.

He kicked his pal,
Who beside him lay,
To remind him that soon
It would be "the" day.

Downstairs they ran
As fast as they could,
To climb into a chest
Constructed of wood.

Said one to the other
In joyful glee
"Aren't we fortunate,
The future to see?"

With a push of a button,
On a panel by his side,
The present disappears,
1965 abides.

All the '51 grads are assembled.
A reunion is going strong,
All are present-in good health
In New York-at Club Sarong.

With children present,
Husbands and wives too,
A census is taken
Which totals 692.

There's a banker, a lawyer,
A doctor, a teacher,
A secretary, a carpenter,
An accountant, a preacher.

There are homemakers galore
And three spinsters too,
One wealthy bachelor,
One cobbler of shoes.

Louella Parsons has keen competition,
Mildred Burke has long been done,
Charley McCarthy has been replaced
All accomplished by the class of '51.

The biggest bubble blower
Is among celebrities,
With the champion chimney cleaner
And the sweetie of strip tease.

One grad has his share
Of ups and downs,
He's an elevator operator
In a nearby town.

A beautician, a salesman,
A scientist-true,
A janitor and chef,
All pass in review.

The cutest cuticle cutter
In the world of manicure,
Is seated by an author
Of fiction, light but pure.

A professional baby sitter
Is chatting joyously,
With another pal and grad,
A breeder of purple pansies.

One of the grads
Is really in the dough.
As a baker at Omar,
He makes bread light as snow.

With knowledge of the future,
Of their friends so true,
The mice press the magic button
1951 comes through.

Comfortably, silently, the tiny mice retire,
As Old Sol appears
To begin a day which will prove
The future's ever near.

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"Papoose Pictures"

photo: collage of baby pictures
Joan Crowl
Nancy Williamson
Scott Mickle
Nelda Barnhard
Russell Fravel
Lou Stelzer
Rachel Murphy
June Huddlestun
Gary Girberd
Mary Alice Barney

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photo: collage of baby pictures
Nancy Brown
JoAnn Fletcher
Clara Bell Erb
Mary Lou Edwards
Mary Alice Richardson
Betty Bolton
Allen Smith
Ross Day
Normand Townley
Eldon Chambers
Grace Ellen Miller
Marilyn Edwards
Dayna Bricker

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Junior Class Officers

photo
Standing: Ida Hartsook-President, Joan Zwayer-
Secretary.
Sitting: Jim Whitney-Treasurer, Willie Borror-Vice
President

JUNIOR CLASS

The Junior class of forty-three members began this year under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Cross and Mr. Furniss.

Class rings were ordered early in the fall and the class is very proud of
the fact that these rings will be the first to have the Big Walnut crest.

The big event of the junior class during the first semester was the presenta-
tion of the class play, "Doctor's Orders", under the direction of Mrs. Rowed-
da. The play proved to be quite a success and was enjoyed by everyone.
The juniors enjoyed the event from the first planning to the final curtain.

The juniors and seniors are looking forward to the first junior-senior ban-
quet to be held in Big Walnut High School on May 12. According to the
plans which have been formed the occasion promises to be a memorable af-
fair.

STEERING COMMITTEE
Barbara Carter
Paul Miller
Mary Jane Snyder

Advisor.....Mrs. Cross

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Junior Class

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Rosemary Williams, Dona Martin, Christine Ross, Auda McKenzie, Mary Jane Snyder,
Shelly Arbuckle, Dorothy Longshore, Ida Hartsook, Joan Zwayer.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mr. Furniss-Teacher, Buddy Huddlestun, Roger Cockrell, David Miller, Dick Moore,
Richard Judy, Eldon Frakes, Joe Shoaf, Russ Fry, Junior Moodespaugh, Weldon Ross, Bernard Stauch.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Barbara Carter, Sue Lenhart, Evelyn Ulery, Helen Fletcher, Mrs. Cross-Teacher, Darlene
Adkins, Ruth Rose, Barbara Burdette, Norma Jean Rader.

Second Row, Left to Right-Donald Barcus, Jim Edwards, Glenn Wirick, Gordon Ulery, Garland Ross, Dick Buell,
Charles Woods, Delano Counts, Jim Whitney, Willie Borror, Paul Miller, Wendell Feasel, Douglas Sparks.

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Sophomore Class Officers

photo
Left to Right:
Fred Stith-Vice President
Shirley Livingston-Treasurer,
Betty Caudill-Secretary,
Judy Roof-Historian
Eugene Gilbert-President.

SOPHOMORE CLASS

On September 5, 1950, fifty-six Sunbury and Galena sophomores united in
the newly consolidated Big Walnut High School, under the advisorship of
Mrs. Sterbenz.

The class has been well represented in the various activities of the school.
As the important event of their year they sponsored a round and square
dance on April 6, 1951. The auditorium was very nicely decorated with a
theme of "spring jubilee".

STEERING COMMITTEE
Carole Southworth
Bette Goff
Terry Day

Advisor.....Mrs. Sterbenz

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Sophomore Class

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Hazel Davenport, Betty Caudill, Charity Baker, Blanche Burwell, Marlene Goff, Mrs. Ster-
benz-Teacher, Joan Clark, Bette Goff, Jean Boudinot, Jean Crowl, Dick Innis, Bobby Groves.

Second Row, Left to Right-Terry Day, Norman Bowers, Roger Glenn, Kenneth Myers, John Bricker, Glenn Hale,
Marvin Bailey, Arthur Grooms, Eugene Gilbert, Harold Gallogly, Tom Gabriel, Ellis Compton.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Carole Southworth, Marilyn Shipman, Patty Judy, Jean Keeran, Joyce Tuller, Shirley Jackey,
Joyce Price, Dorothy Rose, Frances Wirick, Minnie Wymer, Donna Tuller.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Rowedda-Teacher, Betty Jackson, Gary Meeker, Shirley McGroaw, Lynn Tippett,
Rodney Keeler, Richard Renner, Jack Smith, Bob Searles, Bill Ulrey, Fred Stith, Kenneth Whisman, Bob
Searles, Lawrence Shoemaker.

Third Row, Left to Right-Shirley Livingston, Gloria Mitchell, Judy Roof, Sue Wilson, Roger Feasel, Bob Linnabary,
Myron Shoaf, Richard Murphy, Joe Poppler, Eldon Meeker.

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Freshman Class Officers

photo:
First Row, Left to Right:

Jack Johnson-President
Lois Cantrell-Secretary
Donna Griffith-Newsreporter
Wilma Burwelll-Treasurer
Not Pictured, Shirley Day-Vice President

FRESHMAN CLASS

Early in September, eighty jolly freshmen entered Big Walnut High
School to get their first taste of high school life. This class was under the
guidance of Miss Campbell and Mr. DeBrosse.

They are proud to say that the freshmen class was well represented in
almost all of the activities of the school.

They will always treasure this, their first year in high school, and will be
able to look back upon it with many happy memories.

STEERING COMMITTEE
Virgil Edwards
Sara Ross
Janice Wilson

Advisor.....Miss Campbell

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Freshman Class

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Shirley Keeran, Suzanne Needles, Marlene Krohn, Janis Wilson, Susan Martin, Erlene Town-
ley, Sara Ross, Mary Ward, Diana Tiffany, Martha Lahon, Lois Smith.

Second Row, Left to Right-Sylvia McGlothlin, Jack Moore, Raymond Wells, Bill Reisinger, Shirley Rose, Ann Mor-
ris, Patty Wilson, Patty Satterfield, Betty Wingo, Herma Richardson, Shirley Longshore, Patty Metzger.

Third Row, Left to Right-Mr. Debrosse-Teacher, David Zwayer, Edward J. Miller, Tommy Lenhart, Douglas Mc-
Kay, Paul Meloy, James Smith, Lester Warner, Pauline Smith, Harriet Ridgeway, Carol Luthi, Betty Sparks.


bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Ann George, Mary Lou Atkinson, Jean Cockrell, Shirley Hoover, Wilma Burwell, Roy
Bryant, Dennis Cantrell, Bill Gill, Ernie Goodwin, Dean Edwards, Daniel Johnson, Martha Edwards.

Second Row, Left to Right-Miss Campbell-Teacher, Jim Dixon, Donald Glenn, Jim Horn, Donna Brown, Donna Grif-
fith, Lois Cantrell, Rita Barnett, Pauline Betts, Inez Edmister, Linda Chambers, Betty Grove, Mary Edwards,
Helen Jolly.

Third Row, Left to Right-Rush Counts, Raymond Baughman, James Adkins, Leland Feasel, Virgil Edwards, Mar-
garet Holms, Lois Davenport, Tom Barnett, David Cline, Norman James, Jack Johnson, Bernard Dailey, Ted
Chaney.

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"Young Scouts"

top photo:
Mr. Paul S. Noblitt

PRINCIPAL OF THE JUNIOR HIGH
AND GRADE SCHOOL

Mr. Hylen Souders, now principal of the high
school was principal of the junior high and
grade school for the first half of the year. Upon
his appointment to fill the vacancy of Mr. A. R.
Skomp as high school principal, Mr. Paul S. Nob-
litt, a former Galena teacher, was called from
Springfield.

Mr. Noblitt is a graduate of Ohio State Univer-
sity and has graduate credit from the teacher's
college of Columbia University. He was a teach-
er in the Galena School until 1950 when he went
to Springfield.

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS
The junior high officers pictured have been leaders of the seventh and eighth grades
this year. The most important event through the year for these classes was the Junior High
Basketball Tournament held in the Galena gym from March 12 to March 22. The full report
of this event will be found on page 58 in connection with the basketball team.

Of great importance to the eighth graders is their graduation into high school in May.

bottom left photo:
Left to Right:
Bob Whisman, Phillip Cring, John Goff, Jane Debolt,
Gwendolyn Walker, David Draudt

JUNIOR HIGH
BASKETBALL COACH

bottom right photo:
Mr. Jack Groseclose

Mr. Groseclose has been the basket-
ball coach for the year and led his team
to the Delaware County Junior High
Championship. He was formerly the
head coach at Brown School.

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Eighth Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Carol Higgins, Wilma Bell, Richard Huddlestun, Michael Passarella, Henry Cring, Robert
Durrett, Clarence Christy, Rudy Friece, Paul Jackson, Martha Jones.
Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Smith-Teacher, Gary Allen, Suzanne Link, Betty Bowers, Randall Griffith, Loren
Davis, Earl Edmister, Michael Harroun, Isaac County, Harry Feasel, Sondra Huey.
Third Row, Left to Right-Joan Bailey, Betty Tait, Norma Jean Gallogly, Wanda Yerian, Glenna Ruth Goodyear,
Donald Bird, Phillip Cring, Gee Fuller.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Grace Davenport, Richard Day, Frederic Kahler, Don Rose, Charles Davenport, Roberta
Harroun, Louise Keiffer.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Rose Ella McElroy, Shirley Mullins, Gwendolyn Walker, Donna Potts, Merian Meeker,
Darlene Stanback, Truda Ross, Carol Mallernee, Iva Ruth Wilson.
Second Row, Left to Right-Mr. Neilson-Teacher, Sheldon Stauch, Eugene Wampler, Bob Rignay, Carol Myers,
Gladys Miller, Joan Searles, Lee Ellen Miller, Marjorie Shoaf, Janet Metzger.
Third Row, Left to Right-Juanita Longshore, Charles Shipman, Billie Kelling, Malcolm Skaggs, Eugene Sparks
Mervin Ross, Steve Wilson, Paul Moore.
Fourth Row, Left to Right-Ruth Ann Saunders, Bob Whisman, Billy Liming, Dennis Nauman, Jane Wilson, Georgia
Price, Anna Mae Webb, Maurice Meeker.

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Seventh Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Douglas Ward, Shirley Strawser, Melvin Jackey, Peggy Livingston, Patty Keeran, Connie
Perry, Carroll Longshore, Ilene Wampler, Jim Rader, Bobbie Horn, Mary Luthi, Billy Strawser.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mr. Himes-Teacher, Dale Price, Charles Nuckles, Mary McClish, Helen Keller, De-
lores Smith, Betty Howard, Alice Wells, Cheryl Stein, Mary Jolly.

Third Row, Left to Right-Walter Lehman, Ralph Murphy, Gary Johnson, Lawrence Hubbard, Donald McGlothlin,
Jack Harris, Lloyd Rose, Joe Stout, Bill Liming, Glenn Hayes, Richard Nuckles.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-John Goff, Charlotte Brown, John Shultz, Marshton Townley, Donnie Edwards, Patty Dixon,
Mary Lou Hayes, Faunetta Stockwell, Phyllis Searles, Catherine Courter, Marty Stith, Larry Boston, Howard
Fuller.

Second Row, Left to Right-Lanny Gaskalla, Judy Burwell, John Hartsook, Robert Feasel, George Pyne, Teddy Gredd,
Patty Bennett, Barbara Dixon, Janet Davenport, Mark Clouse, Raymond Compton.

Third Row, Left to Right-Marie Swope, Barbara Brown, Jane Debolt, Richard Bryant, Joyce Feasel, David Draudt,
Rick Larson, Rachel Dixon, Donald Evans, Monty Green, Myron Franklin, Don Meredith, Mr. Souders-Teacher.

Seventh Grade

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illustration of several native Americans and teepees in camp

Galena Tribes

COMMUNITY LIBRARY
SUNBURY, OHIO
65765

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Sixth Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Wilson Stover, Arnold Bryant, Norman Ross, Donna Wood, JoAnn Moore, Harold Meeker,
Darwin Cantrell, Judy Williams, Jean Byrd, Tom Passarella, James Bowers.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Knoderer-Teacher, Richard Zwayer, Bruce Gabriel, Carol Goodwin, Joyce Keller
Mervin Sewell, Girard Price, Polly Whitney, Lillian Weaver, Harold Burdette, Janet Tuller, Sharon Dewitt.

Third Row, Left to Right-Scott McOwen, Maxine Hayes, Shirley Phillips, Geneva Roush, Edna Bolton, Peggy Main,
Tom Davenport, Robert Zwayer, Jeaninne Williamson, Joan Dawson, Billy Noe.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Wanda Walker, Raymond Carpenter, David Potts, Richard Pierson, Richard Stover, Judith
Myers, Donna Jones, Janice Feasel, Kay Noe, Barbara Williams, Nikki DeWitt.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Kohberger-Teacher, Shirley Lawhon, Thomas Rose, Marilyn Dixon, Joy Ault, William
Morris, Nancy Draudt, Lawrence Stover, Lloyd Davenport, Clifton Price.

Third Row, Left to Right-Ronald Hubbard, Sandra Hall, Suzanne Zwayer, Donna Bennett, Peg Whitney, Mary Lou
Main, Clyde Conley, Patricia Miller, Eva Luthi, Richard Diehl.

Fifth Grade

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Fourth Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Max Howard, Claude Meeker, Martha Moore, Bobby Morris, Herbert Kroninger, June Wil-
liamson, Janet Williamson, Patty Myers, Larry Cantrell, Patricia Kilcoyne, Larry Harroun, Laverna Bolton,
Iona Cantrell.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Gabriel-Teacher, Bobby Price, Thomas Brown, Mona Lee McGlothlin, Jimmy Potts,
Barbara Conklin, Sue Hall, Michael Harris, Beverly McGraw, Marcella Davenport, Ann Miller, Betty Ann Wise.

Third Row, Left to Right-Carol Culver, Judith Wilson, Robin Meloy, Stanley Seevers, Bruce Mathews, Curtis Conley,
Bobby Bryant, Larry Wilson, Richard Goodwin.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Junior Knight, Frank Kroninger, Emily Hubbard, Nina Storer, Hannah Sewell, Larry Luthi,
Joseph Conklin, Sonny Caudill, Harold Storer, Sammy Jones.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Wilson-Teacher, Janice Price, Bonnie Wise, Matthew Miller, Curtis Ihle, David
Debolt, Ronald Brown, Billy Boham, Billy Joe Poe, George Dewitt, Opal Andrew.

Third Row, Left to Right-Harold Conley, Jane Walker, Barbara Mays, Patty Litzinger, Sandra Souders, Dora Marie
Potts, Lois Higgins,, Peggy Goodwin, Richard Butterworth.

Third Grade

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Second Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Linda Feasel, Anna Ross, Joane Williamson, Carol Bryant, John Gabriel, Glen Andrew,
Waldo Noe, Jimmy Caudill, Lee Price, Lonna Sue Morris, Carolyn Hartsook, Jackie Hubbard.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Knight-Teacher, Linda Mathews, Michael Atkinson, Eugene Wise, Connie Wilson,
Donna Johnson, Alan Taylor, Karen Seevers, Phyllis Hamilton, Mary Stover, Sharon Cantrell.

Third Row, Left to Right-Billy Webb, Ronnie Evarts, Michael Zwayer, Stephan Ide, Bruce Draudt, Danny Morrison,
Wanda Booth, Karen Johnson.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Jaird Noe, Michael Kroninger, Tommy Harris, Carolyn Bolton, Darlene Matthews, Patty
Louise Morrison, Patty Ault, Ann Knight, Jerry Hamilton, Gary Wright.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Kilcoyne-Teacher, Gary Price, Johnie Lee Farman, Linda Souders, Diane Myers,
Sue Burwell, Gillis Andrew, Charlotte Stone, Joyce Potts, Wayne Bryant, Larry Ballard.

Third Row, Left to Right-Barbara Wise, Larry Guntzman, Janet McGlothlin, Ronnie Boham, Bobby Pierson, Jimmy
Rae Farman, Bobby Moore, Phillip Hall, Tommy Temple, Deloris Conley.

Not Pictured-Sharon Augenstein, Elaine Evans, Pauline Ware, Joy Williamson.

First Grade

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Sunbury Tribes

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Sixth Grade

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Jane McElroy, Irene Adams, Larry Lambert, Donald Bryant, Kenneth Hoover, Larry Warner,
Clarence Wirick, Jimmy Gross, Carol Jahn, Judy Warner, Zane Potts, Mardell Wilcox, Donna Boston, Rolland
Edwards

Second Row, Left to Right-Mr. Tippett-Teacher, Patty Shoaf, Frances Betts, Jean Daniels, Elwood Smith, Frank
Kelling, Billy Philput, Bill Vosbury, Ronald Bryant, Barbara Temple, Linda Ross, Bobby Jones, Ivan Mitchell,
Jimmy Buell, James Ross.

Third Row, Left to Right-Vergie Cheadle, Connie Young, Kenneth Metzger, Roger Stith, Joe Liming, Bob Zeishschang,
Wayne Martin, Sherry Link, Mary Lou Lake, Lulu Gene Rees,Marsha Roberts.

Fourth Row, Left to Right-Rita Frakes, Charles Geddis, Alan Hetrick, Joyce Chapman, Eileen Huddlestun, Lynn
Saunders, Victoria Borror, Margaret Goins, Ella Mae Nuckles.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Heath Hickman, Robert Kletrovetz, Robert Perry, Larry Fuller, Rebecca Ridenour, Wanda
Kay Fuller, Rosalie Strawer, Arthur McKay, Alice Jolly, Sharon Ginn, Donald Stone, William Haller.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Curren-Teacher, Betty Skaggs, Nancy Goff, Sandra Moore, Margaret Meeker, James
Fisher, Robert Ruhl, Russell Rhoads, Harry Horn, Michael Gray, Robert Gregg, Beth McOwen, Donald McElroy.

Third Row, Left to Right-Walter Ulery, John Krohn, Walter Kelling, Frederick Kletrovets, James Spearman, Richard
Williams, Carol Goins, Norma Jean Presley, Betty Ann Perfect, Jacquilyne Welch, Evelyn Feasel, Ronald Houck.

Not Pictured-Paul Dennis.

Fifth Grade

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Fourth and Fifth Combination

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Geneva Chandler, Darlene Doane, Carole Grove, Roberta Fletcher, Karen Allen, Elizabeth
Fravel, John Davis, Larry Dixon, Arlene Chapman, Wanda Beddow.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Appleby-Teacher, Barbara DeBoard, Glenna Bryant, Edgar Wilson, Dick Garee,
Roger Edwards, Darlene Gilmore, Norma Jean Feasel, Walter Davenport, Darwin DeBoard, Harley Compton.

Third Row, Left to Right-Nora Hetrick, Billy Brown, Sandra Boudinot, Mary Bailey, Don Epley, Jack Wells, Jamie
Arbuckle, Martha Ward.

Not Pictured-Patty Adams, Marvin DeWitt.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Dane Simpson, Larry Edwards, Roger Nettlehorst, Maxine Perfect, Bonnie Smith, Mavis
Smith, Roy Johnson, Wendell Wampler, Patty Temple, Judy Jones, Martha James, Brenda Roberts.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Graumlick-Teacher, Linda Hendrickson, James Sharp, Marsha Lechler, Sharon
Lasley, Susie Clark, Ronnie Main, Ralph Metzger, Philip Longshore, David Harper, Vernon Ulery, Lynn Roberts.

Third Row, Left to Right-Donald Ross, Irvin Judy, Margaret Moore, Sue Ramey, Beverly Jaynes, Neal Hetrick,
Alton Hetrick, Betty Reese, Ellen Smith, Ronald Webb.

Fourth Grade

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Third Grades

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Patti Welch, Dixie Lou Skeens, Bobby Longshore, Patty Ross, Karen Kintner, Jerry Perry,
James Ward, Joan Shoaf, Janet Warner, Larry Lane, Russell Young, Joyce Shoaf, Pauline Ross.

Second Row, Left to Right-Barbara Rader, Beth Ann Williams, Buddy Townley, Duncan Whitney, Max Watts, Susan
Slack, Joe Moore, Peggy Scott, Larry McKibben, Ruth Ann Yoakam, Sharon Yeager, Sara Owens.

Third Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Halley-Teacher, Barbara Satterfield, Joyce Swope, Mary Ann Law, Cecil Meeker,
Mary Jean Limings, Catherine McKenzie, Sandra Wilson, Judy Nuckles, Charles Stout, Jimmie Edwards, David
Keeler, David Silliman, and Mildred Shope.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right: Howard Dixon, Jerry Hoskinson, Brenda Hoover, Jo-Ann Hoover, Charles Brown, Ed Ed-
mister, Carolyn Bird, Marilyn Gregg, Joyce Clark, Darlene Early.

Second Row, Left to Right-Bernard Basham, Virginia Daily, Sue Hancock, Sharon Bowles, Darlene Beddow, Nancy
Cheadle, Delbert Compton,John Chadwick, Wayne Boston, George Baughman.

Third Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Edgerton-Teacher, Neal Glenn, Warren Daniels, Billy Cring, Jack Epley, Gary Hens-
ley, Robert Baughman, Glenn Hunter.

Third Grades

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Second Grades

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Edna Nell Adkins, Margaret Johnson, Charlene Doane, Marcia Moore, Larry Chandler,
Billy Chamberlin, Phyllis Fuller, Tommy Ford, Anita Boston, Ruth Ann DeBoard, Patty Edwards.

Second Row, Left to Right-Miss Miller-Teacher, Ronald Glaze, Stella Lane, Bonnie Grove, Diana Cooper, Elinor
Davis, Shirley Cramer, Billy Gray, Earl Davenport, Nancy Goins, Juanita Crawford.

Third Row, Left to Right-Marlys Cornwell, Jimmie Hicks, John Howard, Howard, James, Richard Baughman, Harry
Beddow, Walter Craft, Donald Day, Stephen Link.

Not Pictured-Marjorie Jolly, Jane Wood, Sonny Richards, Eddie Johnson.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Hannah Whitney, Penny Whitney, Gerald Presley, Bruce Young, Linda Temple, Donna
Saunders, Danny Ross, Harry Limings, Ansel Mitchel, Minnetta Searles, Mary Stout.

Second Row, Left to Right-Miss Fulton-Teacher, Victor Smith, Stanley Skaggs, Eddie Welch, Chlorine Smith, John
Martin, Sharon Scott, Lawrence McGlothlin, Paul Yeager, Bobby Way, Benny McCool.

Third Row, Left to Right-Charlotte Stiles, Joyce Wilson, Sharon Roof, Patty Rhoads, Ralph Nettlehorst, Rickey Main,
Dempsy Webb, Janet Nuckles, Margaret McCreary, Jack Wilson.

Second Grades

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First Grades

top photo:
First Row, Left to Right-Donna Middleton, Carl Webb, Ellis Lane, Jimmy McElroy, Bernard Presley, James Wirick,
Marla Stone, Joyce Strawser, Tyna Watts, Loretta Stout, Michael Roberts.

Second Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Tippett-Teacher, Billy Moore, Russell Ramey, Delbert Warner, Don Law, George
Kitt, Bill Wilson, Joe Krohn, Judy Nichols, Ruth Nettlehorst, Helen Scott.

Third Row, Left to Right-Judy Owens, Danny Metzger, Jerry Wheeland, Eileen Metzger, Judy Kletrovets, Keith
McOwen, Saundra Music, Shirley Olinger, Janet Ross.

bottom photo:
First Row, Left to Right-David Daniels, Peggy Wheeland, Ernest Ross, Leroy Dixon, Donald Hunter, Teddy Barcus,
Dale Betts, Kay Hoskinson, Mary Chadwick, Danny Compton.

Second Row, Left to Right-Eskam Hayes, Paul Dawson, Linda Simpson, Joe Ross, Polly Reynolds, Danny Silveous,
Edwin Shope, Monna Guidotti, Leroy Chandler, Earl Adams, Pauline Jolly.

Third Row, Left to Right-Mrs. Helen Wadell-Teacher, Joyce Hoskinson, Clifton Basham, Frank Smith, Karen Shoaf,
Patty Owen, Delores Dixon, Sue Good, Ann Stith, Bette Hoke, Paul Feasel.

First Grades

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Pow Wows

illustration of several native Americans and teepees in camp

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Future Homemakers of America

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First Row, Left to Right:
Shirley Longshore, Joan Fletcher, Helen Fletcher, Shirley Hoover, Marilyn Shipman, Joyce Tuller, Rita Barnett,
Naomi Mitchell, Polly Smith, Harriet Ridgeway, Lois Smith, Jean Cockrell, Mary Ellen Edwards.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Lois Davenport, Shirley Martin, Janis Wilson, Inez Edmister, Lou Stelzer, Jean Boudinot, Rachel Murphy, Nancy
Williamson, Mary Lou Edwards, Joan Clark, Jean Crowl, Mary Alice Richardson, Joyce Ward, Nelda Barnhard.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Mrs. Cross-Advisor, Mary Lou Atkinson, Shirley Rose, Donna Tuller, Barbara Burdette, Ruth Rose, Mary Jane
Snyder, Joan Zwayer, Georgie Green Betty Bolton, Beverley Martin, Joan Crowl, Grace Ellen Miller, Charity Baker,
Diana Tiffany, Martha Edwards.

Fourth Row, Left to Right:
Marlene Krohn, Herma Richardson, Dona Martin, Christine Ross, Evelyn Ulery, Sara Ross, Erlene Townley, Ann
Morris, Patty Wilson, Patty Metzger, Hazel Davenport, Gloria Mitchell, Shirley McGraw, Minnie Wymer, Frances
Wirick.

F. H. A.

Under the capable leadership of the faculty advisor, Mrs. Cross, and the president, Nancy Williamson, the FHA
had a successful year.
The year's theme was "Happier homes, the foundation of a better world."
A nursery school was sponsored during PTA meetings, Christmas cards were sold, and a carnival booth and
basketball concessions were a part of their activities.
To further interest in home economics, they celebrated National FHA week, had charge of a Grange program
with the FFA, and held a discussion of teen-age problems with several mothers assisting.
Social Events for the year were the FHA Birthday party, formal initiation for new members, a skating party, and
the All-Sports Dance. The climax for the year was the Mother-Daughter Banquet.
Among the other activities for the year were donations to World Christmas Festival and to the polio drive, a
bake sale, a chapel program for Thanksgiving, and a children's Christmas Party.
The membership of the FHA has more than doubled since the consolidation.

OFFICERS

President - Nancy Williamson
Vice President - Rachel Murphy
Secretary - Mary Lou Forgrave
Treasurer - Jean Boudinot
News Reporter - Jean Crowl
Advisor - Mrs. Cross

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Future Farmers of America

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First Row, Left to Right:
Jack Moore, James Adkins, Rodney Keeler, Bob Searles, Paul Miller, Kyle Compton, Gary Girberd, Eldon Meek-
er, Terry Day, Lawrence Shoemaker, Virgil Edwards, Ellis Compton, David Zwayer.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Ray Baughman, Mr. DeBrosse-Advisor, Roger Cockrell, Bernard Stauch, Russell Stockwell, Raymond Wells, Bob
Linnaberry, Marvin Bailey, Eugene Gilbert, Joe Poppler, David Cline, Tom Barnett, Roger Shoaf, Richard Murphy,
Eldon Frakes, Gene Lehman, E. J. Miller.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Bobby Grove, Norman Bowers, Dick Innis, David Miller, Art Grooms, Harry Hughes, Don Longshore, Jim Dixon,
Dick Moore, David Meloy, Bernard Daily, Bill Gill, Lester Warner, Jimmy Edwards.

F. F. A

The Big Walnut Chapter of Future Farmers of America is a chartered local unit of the Ohio Association of
FFA, which is chartered by the National Organization of Future Farmers of America. This program is carried on in
connection with the Vocational Agriculture program, under provisions of the Smith-Hughes Act.

The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is to develop agricultural leadership, cooperation, and
citizenship.

This year the Chapter participated in the State Judging Contest and sent delegates to the District and State
Conventions. The members of the Chapter exhibited a Conservation Booth at the State Fair. As a means of meet-
ing its financial obligations, the chapter cooperated with the Y-Teens in operating a concession stand at the Big
Walnut football games.

The Big Walnut Chapter rated Silver in the annual Parliamentary Procedure contest in District competition, and
climaxed its activity by entering the Public Speaking Contest.

OFFICERS

President - Gary Girberd
Vice President - Kyle Compton
Secretary - Terry Day
Treasurer - Lawrence Shoemaker
Reporter - Eldon Meeker
Sentinel - Paul Miller
Advisor - Adrian C. DeBrosse
Co-Advisor - Clyde E. Cross

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Y - Teens

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First Row, Left to Right:
Margaret Holms, Bette Goff, Lois Ann Cantrell, Auda McKenzie, Mary Jane Snyder, Shirley Longshore, Donna
Griffith, Jean Crowl, Joyce Tuller, Marlene Goff.

Second Two, Left to Right:
Barbara Carter, Sue Lenhart, Shirley Livingston, Carole Southworth, Helen Fletcher, Joan Crowl, Shelly Arbuckle,
Dorothy Longshore, Joan Zwayer, Mary Ellen Edwards, JoAnn Hill, Nancy Brown.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Mrs. Richey-Advisor, Ida Hartsook, Dayna Bricker, Lou Stelzer, Mary Lou Atkinson, Rachel Murphy, Nancy
Williamson, Betty Bolton, Nelda Barnhard, Beverly Martin, Grace Ellen Miller, Mary Alice Richardson, Charity
Baker, Joan Clark.

Fourth Row, Left to Right:
Herma Richardson, Dona Martin, Evelyn Ulery, Suzanne Needles, Erlene Townley, Ann Morris, Patty Wilson,
Patty Metzger, Hazel Davenport, Eloise Fisher, Peggy Cheadle.

The Y-Teens have experienced an interesting year in close co-operation with the Community YWCA Unit. The two
groups have held joint meetings every other month, and the programs have been interesting and worthwhile. One
meeting featured a World Fellowship program; another the problems of the Migratory worker, and the last, Family
and Home Relationships.

Several big events of the school year were staged by the Y-Teens. One of the most important undertakings was
the Homecoming for the school. This year it was held at the Ashley game on October 20 and was followed by a
dance held in the gaily decorated gym. The details of the event may be found on page forty-eight.

The biggest social event of the Y-Teen Club is usually the wiener roast given for prospective members and the
football squad. This year the roast was held following the Granville game on October 6 in the field at the South-
worth home. Approximately sixty attended and everyone had a good time with plenty to eat.

During the year the Y-Teens made several donations to worthwhile funds. They made a special effort to assist
the YWCA in sending toys to the migratory children.

A very special event, planned for the spring, was the Mother-Daughter Banquet on April 24.

The money to finance these various projects was earned at the concession held during the football games in
co-operation with the FFA. This money will also help to send at least two girls to Y-Teen camp from the Club.

OFFICERS

President - Joan Crowl
Vice President - Shelly Arbuckle
Secretary - Dorothy Longshore
Treasurer - Helen Fletcher
News Reporter - Carol Southworth
Historian - Marlene Goff
Advisor - Mrs. Richey

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National Honor Society

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First Row, Left to Right:
Phyllis Rose, Mary Alice Richardson, Nancy Brown, Rachel Murphy, Grace Ellen Miller, JoAnn Hill.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Eldon Chambers, Don Longshore, Charles Conklin, Ross Day.

Not Pictured: Normand Townley.

The Big Walnut Chapter of the National Honor Society is composed of eleven senior members. The activ-
ities for the year were limited as the primary purpose of the organization is honorary rather than social.

An impressive initiation for the junior members was held in an assembly program on March 20th. The eleven
students who received this honor were: Shelly Arbuckle, Barbara Carter, Peggy Cheadle, Ida Hartsook, Sue Lenhart,
David Meloy, David Miller, Paul Miller, Dick Moore, and James Whitney.

The National Honor Society Banquet was held on April 18, at Ashley High School. It was a very pleasant and
worthwhile occasion.

Since the officers for 1950 and 1951 were elected before the consolidation of Galena and Sunbury, there were
two sets of officers. They are listed below.

GALENA --------------------------------SUNBURY

Eldon Chambers - President - Normand Townley

Phyllis Rose - Vice President - Ross Day

JoAnn Hill - Secretary - Mary Alice Richardson

Mr. Souders - Treasurer - Mary Alice Richardson

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Junior Play

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First Row, Left to Right:
Charles Wood, Jim Whitney, Dick Buell, Delano Counts, Paul Miller

Second Row, Left to Right:
Joan Zwayer, Ida Hartsook, Sue Lenhart, Mrs. Rowedda-Director, Mary Jane Snyder, Barbara Carter, Shelly
Arbuckle.

Doctor's Orders

Cast of Characters

Letty Madden - Sue Lenhart

Agatha Madden - Shelly Arbuckle

Mamie Collins - Joan Zwayer

Adolph Madden - Jim Whitney

Julia Madden - Mary Jane Snyder

Sara Arnold - Peggy Cheadle

Jenny Powell - Barbara Carter

Cora Kent - Betty McClary

Rita Norris - Ida Hartsook

Steve Harmann - Charles Wood

Jerome Judson - Delano Counts

Michael O'Neill - Dick Buell

Dr. Reynolds - Paul Miller

The Junior class play, "Doctor's Orders," was presented on December 21, 1950. It was Big Walnut High School's
first play and featured the combined efforts of Galena and Sunbury dramatists.

The play was a three act comedy concerning a case of embezzlement in the Madden Department Store. Miss
Letty Madden was the major stockholder, and cousin Adolph, the store manager. Miss Letty and Adolph disagreed
over the question of who was responsible for the theft. Cousin Adolph was trying to have Miss Norris, his secretary,
convicted of the charge, and Miss Letty was convinced that the girl was innocent. After a hilarious sequence of events
brought on by Miss Letty's visit to a psychiatrist and her subsequent attempts to get rid of her inhibitions, she
and a lawyer named Steve Harmann managed to prove that Adolph was really the guilty party. Miss Letty got
her man in the process, and the play ended happily for all except Adolph.

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Senior Play

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First Row, Left to Right:
JoAnn Fletcher, Marilyn Edwards, Lou Stelzer, Grace Ellen Miller, Betty Bolton, Nancy Brown, Mary Lou Ed-
wards, Joan Crowl, Dayna Bricker.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Mrs. Rowedda-Director, Eldon Chambers, Russell, Fravel, Gary Girberd, Frank Linnabary, Rachel Murphy, Joe
Walker, Clara Bell Erb, Charles Conklin, Kyle Compton, Normand Townley, Ross Day.

Not Pictured: Mary Alice Richardson

My Friend Irma

Double Cast of Characters

Irma - Lou Stelzer - Dayna Bricker

Jane - Joan Crowl - Grace Ellen Miller

Mrs. O'Reilly - Clara Bell Erb - Mary Alice Richardson

Magda - Betty Bolton - Rachel Murphy

Mrs. Peterson - Mary Lou Edwards - Marilyn Edwards

Winnie - Nancy Brown - JoAnn Fletcher

Al - Russell Fravel

Don - Ross Day

Richard - Kyle Compton - Joe Walker

Kropotkin - Normand Townley - Frank Linnabary

Teddy - Gary Girberd

Abercrombie - Eldon Chambers - Charles Conklin

The Senior class play, "My Friend Irma", was presented May 4 and 5 in the high school auditorium under
the capable direction of Mrs. Rowedda.

The plot gets under way when Al is approached by Don Turner who wants to start a new comic strip based
on Irma's zany doings. In order to do this, Al steps out of the picture leaving Don to become intimately acquainted
with Irma. All proceeds smoothly until Irma gets the idea that Don has proposed to her and begins to plan her
approaching marriage. However, all ends well when she discovers that Don is already married and that Al is
really her type after all.

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Annual Staff

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Kneeling: JoAnn Hill

Seated: Nancy Williamson, Grace Miller, Nancy Brown Mary Alice Richardson.

Standing: Joan Crowl, Russell Fravel, Ross Day, Gary Girberd, Mrs. Richey-Advisor.

Near the end of October the Senior Class had the important task of selecting an Annual Staff for the first Big
Walnut High School Annual. The editor of the staff was appointed by the faculty advisor, Mrs. Richey. The rest of
the group were elected by the class.

The first task was to select a name and colors for the annual. In doing this, the staff adopted the school colors
of red and gold and chose the name, The Flame as explained in the Foreword. The next step was to have pictures
taken of the various groups and activities; then, the annual went to the engravers and the printers by March 31.
Meantime the staff carried on a sales, advertising, and booster campaign for financing.

The first Senior Class of Big Walnut High School proudly presents The 1951 Flame to you in hopes that it will
bring many pleasant memories in the future.

STAFF

Editor -- Grace Ellen Miller
Advertising Manager -- Ross Day
Subscription and Boosters -- Mary Alice Richardson
Bookkeeper -- Eldon Chambers
Copy Editor -- Joan Hill
Photography -- Nancy Brown
Art Editor -- Nancy Williamson
Sports Editor -- Russell Fravel
Student Life Co-Editors -- Joan Crowl, Gary Girberd
Typists -- Senior Typing Class
Advisor -- Mrs. Richey

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Newsreporters

Betty Bolton, Mary Alice Richardson, and Grace Ellen
Miller have had the duty of collecting and editing the
school news for the "Sunbury News" and the "Delaware
Gazette." Each Tuesday these girls have had news
copy prepared for the local paper and about once a
month sent news to the "Delaware Gazette."

This is a worthwhile project because it puts news
of the school before the public.

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Left to Right:
Mary Alice Richardson, Betty Bolton, Grace Ellen
Miller

Librarians

A very capable and efficient group of girls served in our school library this year.
There were two librarians appointed for each period. The system functioned quite well
through the past year, and everyone appreciated the time and effort the girls devoted to this work.

Kneeling:
Charity Baker, Diana Tiffany.
Second Row, Left to Right:
Herma Richardson, Shirley Livingston, Carole Southworth, Shelly Arbuckle, Sue Lenhart, Nancy Williamson,
Joan Crowl, JoAnn Hill.
Third Row, Left to Right:
Mr. Skomp-Advisor, JoAnn Fetcher, Mary Lou Edwards, Joan Zwayer, Georgia Greene, Mary Alice Richardson,
June Huddlestun.

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Band

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First Row, Left to Right:
Sara Ross, Herma Richardson, Christine Ross, Joyce Price, Mary Ward.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Mr. Hoke-Director, Marty Stith, Mary Ellen Edwards, Glenna Ruth Goodyear, Joann Bailey, Patty Dixon, Mary
Jane Snyder, Harriett Ridgeway, Donna Mae Griffith, Nancy Brown, Marie Swope, Wanda Yerian.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Auda McKenzie, Ann Morris, Marvin Bailey, Glenn Hale, Jeanne Cockrell, Bob Grove, Patty Satterfield, Grace
Ellen Miller, Jean Crowl, Betty Grove, Phillip Cring, Suzanne Link, Erlene Townley, Rosemary Williams.

Fourth Row, Left to Right:
Lois Ann Cantrell, Joan Clark, Don Meredith, John Shultz, Gary Allen, Monty Green, Lois Smith, Diana Tiffany,
Dayna Bricker, Charity Baker.

The Big Walnut Band this year is composed of nine clarinets, two saxophones, seven trumpets, six altos, three
trombones, two baritones, two basses, two snare and one bass drum, one set of cymbals, one bell lyre, two flag
bearers, four drum majorettes and a head majorette. These band members are under the guidance of E. L. Hoke.
Since the members were not familiar with one another, they did not, until the later part of the year, elect officers.

The band played at six football games, two of which were away. They put on a special program at the half
of the Dad's Night and Homecoming games. One of the greater accomplishments of the year was the program pre-
sented at the Delaware County Basketball Tournament on February 16th. This was the night the Big Walnut
Basketball Team Played Berlin.

With the good beginning this year, everyone is looking forward to the improvement of the band for the year
1951-1952. Dayna Bricker, Nancy Brown, Grace Ellen Miller, and Russell Stockwell, the senior members, will be missed.

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Mixed Chorus

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First Row, Left to Right:
Patty Satterfield, Donna Brown, Shirley McGraw, Marilyn Shipman, Donna Griffith, Joan Zwayer, Lois Cantrell,
Marlene Krohn.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Miss Prine, Rachel Murphy, Beverly Martin, Roger Glenn, Norman James, Rush Counts, Ida Hartsook, Mary
Alice Richardson

The Mixed Chorus is composed of fifteen members, twelve girls and three boys, under the leadership of Miss
Prine.

This group assisted in the special chapel programs given at Thanksgiving and Christmas in co-operation with
other organizations. The special event of this year was the Minstrel given by the Vocal Music Department on
March 30. Some of the members of this group made-up a girls' sextet which sang "In the Evening by the Moon-
light" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny." Joan Swayer was one of the End Women, and others participated in
different ways. Miss Prine accomplished a great deal with this group during the year.

OFFICERS

President -- Mary Alice Richardson

Secretary -- Ida Hartsook

Librarian -- Beverly Martin

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Girls' Glee Club

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First Row, Left to Right:
Jean Cockrell, Shirley Day, Polly Smith, Martha Edwards, Helen Jolly, Suzanne Needles, Mary Lou Atkinson,
Mary Jane Snyder, Betty Bolton, Erlene Townley, Marlene Krohn, Lois Smith.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Miss Prine-Director, Sue Lenhart, Nancy Brown, Ann George, Patty Satterfield, Mary Ellen Edwards, Carol
Luthi, Diana Tiffany, Linda Chambers, Patty Wilson, Fances Wirick, Gloria Mitchell, Hazel Davenport.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Dona Martin, Auda McKenzie, Susie Martin, Harriet Ridgeway, Margaret Holms, Ann Morris, Eloise Fisher,
Pauline Betts, Rita Barnett, Sylvia McGlothlin, Inez Edmister.

The Girls' Glee Club has had a very successful year under the capable leadership and direction of Miss Prine.
The Club was comprised of forty girls and met in two sections twice a week. The girls' participation in the Thanks-
giving and Christmas chapel services made a worth while contribution to the school.

The outstanding event of the year for the Vocal Music Department was the Minstrel Show presented on Marth 30.
Miss Prine and all the girls worked hard to make it memorable. Several of the girls were dancers for the evening.
Sue Lenhart was one of the End Women. Some of the girls were in the chorus in addition to the Boys' Ensemble
and Mixed Chorus.

2 Period -- OFFICERS -- 3 Period

Mary Jane Snyder -- President -- Erlene Townley

Mary Lou Atkinson -- Secretary -- Betty Bolton

Helen Jolly -- Librarian -- Suzanne Needles

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Boys' Ensemble

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Left to Right:
Delano County, Virgin Edwards, Terry Day, Joe Poppler, Dick Innis Dick Buell, Charlie Woods, Eugene Gilbert,
Jack Smith-now withdrawn.

Seated at Piano-Miss Prine.

This group of the Vocal Music Department is composed of eight high school boys and is under the direction
of Miss Audrey M. Prine. The group has made several public appearances in singing for the PTA, the Grange,
and special Thanksgiving and Christmas Programs.

The Boys' Ensemble actively participated in the Minstrel presented by the Vocal Music Department on March
30. They were a part of the chorus and two of the boys, Delano Counts and Charles Wood were Endmen.

The Buglers

These three boys, Dick, Terry, and Virgil, have been the
school's faithful buglers for the past year. Each morning before
the class bell sounds they play the "Call to Colors" while the
flag is raised. The students stand at attention in their class
rooms for a moment of patriotic reverence.

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Left to Right:
Terry Day, Virgil Edwards, Dick Buell

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Homecoming

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Center: Evelyn Ulery - Queen

Kneeling: Betty Bolton - Senior Attendant, Dayna Bricker - Senior Attendant

Standing: Carol Southworth - Sophomore Attendant, Mary Alice Richardson - Re-
tiring Queen, Erlene Townley - Freshman Attendant.

The first homecoming of Big Walnut High School was a memorable one. It was held at the game with Ashley
on October 20. The Homecoming Queen and her court were elected a week before the game by student ballot. Mary
Alice Richardson was the retiring queen of 1949. Carole Southworth, Erlene Townley, Dayna Bricker, and Betty Bol-
ton were Attendants; and Evelyn Ulery, her Royal Majesty. The Queen and her court made a grand entrance be-
fore the flag raising ceremony of the game. Queen Evelyn presented each captain with a chrysanthemum and wished
each of them the best of luck.

At half-time the Retiring Queen, Mary Alice Richardson, crowned Evelyn, Homecoming Queen of 1950, while
the band formed a crown and played "America the Beautiful."

After the game the Queen and her court with their escorts reigned at the Homecoming dance at the school.
The auditorium was beautifully decorated in autumn colors by the Y-Teens who sponsored the dance. Lucky Lee
and his orchestra furnished the music for round and square dancing.

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Homecoming Queen

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Evelyn Ulery

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Football Coach

Mr. Paul Keltner was head football coach and assistant basketball coach for the 1950-51
Season. As head football coach he led the team to a Co-Championship in the Mid-Buckeye
League and ended the season with a record of 7 won and 2 lost. A new project of Coach Keltner
this year was the movies taken of all games an studied so avidly.

top left photo
Mid-Buckeye Championship Football Trophy


top right photo
Coach Paul Keltner


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Left to Right: Marlene Goff, Dayna Bricker, Ida Hartsook, Lou Stelzer

VARSITY CHEERLEADERS

Big Walnut High School is really proud of the four cheerleaders who worked so hard and distinguished
themselves by winning the Delaware County Cheerleading trophy. This honor is given on a judging at the first
appearance of a team at the tournament. It is based on their general floor appearance, which includes costumes,
organization, and the response of the cheering section to the cheerleaders.

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Football

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First Row, Left to Right:
Scott Mickle, Gary Girberd, Normand Townley, Russell Fravel, Frank Linnabary, Ross Day, Allen Smith, Neil
Johnson, David Chaney, Glenn Wirick.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Coach Paul Keltner, Gorden Ulery, Charley Wood, Larry Sewell, Joe Walker, Bill Ulery, Eldon Frakes, Russell
Fry, Terry Day, Coach Henry Furniss.

Third Row, Left to Right:
Kenny Myers, Eldon Meeker, Dave Cline, Dick Buell, Willie Borror, Virgil Edwards, Paul Miller, Ray Baughman



The Big Walnut Football Team had the honor of winning the Mid-Buckeye League Championship for 1950. It
finished the season with a record of 7 wins and 2 losses. This is the best record ever compiled in the history of
football in this community.

The captain of the team, Ross Day, and Normand Townley were selected as members of the Mid-Buckeye con-
ference team. Normand was also as a guard on the All-Ohio Class B team. This was a great honor and
was the first time a boy from this community has gained it.

From the squad, eleven lettermen are graduating. This is taking away a lot of experience and ability, but it
is hoped that a tradition has been set for a new school of which everyone can be proud. The team members
would especially like to thank Coach Paul Keltner because, without his very capable leadership none of the honors
of a successful season would have been possible.

Scores

Big Walnut 29 -- New Albany 7
Big Walnut 37 -- Mt. Gilead 0
Big Walnut 0 -- Cardington 6
Big Walnut 7 -- Granville 28
Big Walnut 12 -- Johnstown 0
Big Walnut 19 -- Ashley 13
Big Walnut 31 -- Richwood 6
Big Walnut 39 -- Hilliards 14
Big Walnut 30 -- Centerburg 2

Total Points 204 -- Opponents 76

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2-page spread depicts a football field with photos of team members on the field

Left to Right, Top to Bottom :

Gary Girberd, Allen Smith

Dave Chaney, Ross Day, Don Longshore

Frank Linnabary
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Left to Right, Top to Bottom :

Joe Walker

Neil Johnson, Normand Townley

Russell Fravel

Larry Sewell
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Basketball Coach

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As head basketball coach Mr. Henry Furniss
led the team to a third place berth in the
Delaware County Tournament. The team had
a record of 13 games won and 11 lost.

Mr. Furniss was also assistant football
coach. The school was sorry to lose Coach
Furniss by resignation at the close of the
basketball season.

BASKETBALL SCORES

Big Walnut 56 -- Berlin 50

Big Walnut 46 -- Plain City 47

Big Walnut 40 -- Ashley 54

Big Walnut 43 -- Cardington 40

Big Walnut 50 -- Gahanna 51

Big Walnut 40 -- Brown 60

Big Walnut 43 -- Bellpoint 38

Big Walnut 45 -- Mt. Gilead 38

Big Walnut 39 -- Ashley 47

Big Walnut 54 -- Ashley 64

Big Walnut 75 -- Powell 63

Big Walnut 49 -- Centerburg 37

Big Walnut 56 -- Radnor 48

Big Walnut 38 -- Johnstown 46

Big Walnut 45 -- Harlem 23

Big Walnut 39 -- Richwood 62

Big Walnut 51 -- Ostrandner 46

Big Walnut 62 -- Mt. Gilead 51

Big Walnut 42 -- Orange 49



COUNTY TOURNAMENT

Big Walnut 40 -- Berlin 33

Big Walnut 38 -- Ashley 46

Big Walnut 29 -- Bellpoint 22

Big Walnut 53 -- Radnor 33



DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Big Walnut 49 -- Granville 53

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Varsity Basketball

photo

First Row, Left to Right:
Coach Furniss, Ross Day, Dick Buell, Junior Moodespaugh, Russell Fravel, Russell Frye, David Miller, Manager

Second Row, Left to Right:
Weldon Ross, Willie Borror, Allen Smith, Gordon Ulery, Glenn Hale. Not Pictured: Normand Townley.



The Big Walnut Golden Eagles finished the season with a record of 13 wins and 11 losses. This is a better than
average season and quite a few of those losses were by a very close margin.

Big Walnut entered the county tournament as a definite threat. Berlin and Bellpoint fell by the wayside but
Ashley overpowered the Golden Eagles by a small margin and proceeded to win the championship and continue
into the state tournament. Big Walnut dropped into the Consolation bracket and by winning from Radnor, took that
trophy.

As third team representative to the district tournament at Westerville, the team lost a very close game to Gran-
ville after it had led all the way.

The joining of the Galena and Sunbury schools brought lots of complications to the basketball scene. However,
under the guidance of Coach Henry Furniss, the team progressed rapidly and enjoyed a satisfactory season. the
school was sorry to lose Coach Furniss by resignation after the season closed.

The team is losing four seniors, but with the eight returning varsity men, it is looking forward to a better season
next year.

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Reserve Basketball and Cheerleaders

top photo

Top, Left to Right:
Mary Ellen Edwards, Lois Cantrell, Sara Ross, Susie Martin, Shirley Day.



bottom photo

Below, Kneeling, Left to Right:
Eldon Meeker, Dave Zwayer, Ken Whisman, Gary Meeker, Les Warner, Coach Keltner.

Standing, Left to Right
Gene Lehman, Harold Gallogly, Bernard Daily, Jack Johnson, Jack Moore, John Bricker,
Tom Gabriel, Neil Johnson- Manager.

Big Walnut's Reserve team, under the guidance of Coach Paul Keltner, finished the season with a record of five
wins and twelve losses. This does not appear to be a successful season, but the squad was mostly freshmen and
sophomores and several of the losses were by very small margins.

The team gained a lot of experience throughout the season and these boys will be good material for the
varsity next year.

The reserve cheerleaders gained experience during the season by leading the cheers at all reserve games.

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Seniors

Image of a basketball with four players' photos superimposed on it

Top Row, Left to Right:
Allen Smith, Ross Day

Bottom Row, Left to Right:
Normand Townley, Russell Fravel
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Junior High Basketball and Cheerleaders

Top photo, Left to Right:
Sandra Huey, Connie Perry, Suzanne Link, Barbara Brown

Bottom photo

First Row, Left to Right:
Clarence Christy, Michael Harroun, Jr. Counts, Steve Wilson, Donny Edwards, Johnny Shultz.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Gee Fuller, Dexter Armstrong, Richard Day, Glen Borror, Bob Whisman, Dick Huddlestun.

The Junior High Basketball team wound up the season with a record of one win and three losses. The team
played Centerburg twice, and Westerville and Harlem once each.

The Junior High Tournament shows a better record. It was held in the Galena gym from March 12 to March 20.
The Big Walnut team was victorious over Ashley, Berlin, and Orange. Playing Ostrander in the final game, the
team won the County Junior High Championship by a score of 47 to 32. Coach Jack Groseclose and the junior high
basketball boys are to be congratulated on their championship team.

The Junior High Cheerleaders added to the picture of the tournament and gained valuable experience for their
years in high school.

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illustration of several native Americans and teepees in camp

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School Secretary

top photo

Mrs. Tarpy, school secretary, has been a great help to
Superintendent Miller in his office. The reorganization of the
records of the two schools has been a big job. At times
when one of the teachers could not be present and a sub-
stitute could not be found, Mrs. Tarpy also served in that
capacity.

JUNIOR RED CROSS

bottom photo

The Junior Red Cross is an organization formed in the Sunbury Grade School to assist with the Red Cross
Drive. Two members are selected from each class. Mrs. Helen Halley is their advisor.

First Row, Left to Right:
Eskam Hayes, Duncan Whitney, Judith Kletrovets, Donald Day, Marilyn Gregg, Janet Nuckles, Monna Guidotti,
Lyne Roberts, Eddie Welch.

Second Row, Left to Right:
Mrs. Halley, Sharon Lasley, Bobby Gregg, Heath Hickman, Mary Lou Bailey, Larry Dixon, Barbara Temple, Ella
Mae Nuckles.



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Janitors, Cooks and Bus Drivers

Victor Servais has been the high school janitor,
and Arthur Smith has been the grade school janitor
this year. They have served the students, teachers
and community in a great many ways. The Galena
janitors, Alva and Gordon Hancock, were not avail-
able on the day these pictures were taken. Their
keeping the buildings warm, repaired and clean dur-
int the year is appreciated.

The cooks pictured here have been the power
behind the hot lunches of the Junior High and Galena
Grade School. Their efforts are appreciated by all
those who patronize the school cafeteria.

top left and right photos

Left to Right: Vic Servais, "Curley" Smith, Helen Huddlestun, Elsie Bennet.



bottom photo

Left to Right:
Jim Faye, Frank Walker, Gerald Dixon, Alvin Horn, Harold Curren, Joe Buckingham, Ralph Bennett, Merle
Marsh, E. C. Byerly, Lester Goodyear.

The twelve bus drivers of Big Walnut School have turned out a fine record this year. They
have provided safe transportation for many school children through all the bad weather of
the winter.

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photo

Row 1, left to right:
Dave, Emogene, Mr. Neilson, Herma, John, Eloise

Row 2, left to right:
Lou, Joan, Rachel, Mary Lou, June, Georgie

Row 3, left to right:
Joyce, Kenneth, Mary Alice, JoAnn, Dayna, Don

Row 4, left to right:
Joyce, Grace, Russell, Mary Alice, Nelda, Normand

Row 5, left to right:
Neil, Gary, Marilyn, Roger, Kyle, Tommy

Row 6, left to right:
Dick, Joe, Nancy, Charles, Allan, Ross

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photo

Row 1, left to right:
Gene, Scott;

Center group photo:
Normand, Rachel, Merrilou, Ross
Charles, Nancy, Eloise
June Nelda Edith Alverda
Grace Edith Bob

Row 2, left to right:
Janis, Ida, Joan, Barb & Sue

Row 3, left to right:
Lillian, Lou, Joyce, Sue, Russell

Row 4, left to right:
June, Nancy, Grace, Jean, Joan-Chris, Jean-Sara, Mary Lou, Norman

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Row 1, left to right:
Topsy Turvey, Lynn, Carol, Marlene, Bette, Gordon

Row 2, left to right:
Johnson's Jalopy, Nelda, Lou, Sue & Christine

Row 3, left to right:
Rachel & Mary Lou , Shelly, Love Bears

Row 4, left to right:
Coach Keltner, Joan, Sara

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Row 1, left to right:
Alan, Kathryn & Mary, Fred, Bill, Wilson, Jack

Row 2, left to right:
Gene, Sue, Barbara, Janis, Nelda, Gordon

Row 3
Mr. Cross

Row 4
Vic Servais, Charity & Marlene, Coach Keltner

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photo

Row 1, left to right:
Dave, Mary Alice, Joan, Mary Ellen

Row 2, left to right:
Lois, Russ, Scott, Frank, Gordon, Allan, Normand

Center, left to right:
Wendell, Gene, Gordon, Marilyn, Conklins

Row 3, left to right:
Neil, Peggy, Shelly, Delano, Joan, Sue, Betty, Barbara, Charlie, Russ

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top photo:
Bouil Ulery "stretches" for pass while Joe Walker (22) and
Willie Borrow (44) are spectators in the Centerburg game.

middle photo:
Ross Day "skirts" Centerburg's left end while Larry Sewell and
Don Longshore block for him. Note the scoreboard.

bottom photo:
A Centerburg player is driven out of bounds in front of
the Big Walnut bench

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top photo:
Bill Ulery scores
second touchdown
against
Centerburg

middle photo:
Bouil Ulery, Allan Smith, Charles
Wood, and Ross Day come up to
knock down a Centerburg pass

bottom photo:
Joe Shoaf
goes up for jump ball in the Cardington
game. Fry goes after it.

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top left photo:
The team gets last minute
instructions from Coach Furniss

top right photo:
Ross Day goes up for
rebound in
Bellepoint game

bottom left photo:
County Champion Cheerleaders

bottom right photo:
Ross Day, Normand
Townley, and Junior
Moodespaugh go after
rebound in
tournament game.

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School Calendar

September - 1950
5 - School opened
7 - Mid-Buckeye Football Carnival
15 - New Albany-there
21 - P. M.-excused for County Fair
22 - Excused for County Fair
22 - Mt. Gilead-here

OCTOBER
6 - Granville-here
9 - Y-Teen recognition
13 - Johnstown-here
20 - Ashley-Homecoming
26 - FHA Formal Initiation
27 - Richwood-there

NOVEMBER
1 - Lyceum Program
3 - Hilliards-there
3 - No school-Teacher's Meeting
6 - Y-Teens Meeting
10 - Centerburg-here
10 - Armistice Day Program
11 - PTA Dance
21 - Berlin-here
21 - Basketball Season opened
22 - Thanksgiving vacation
24 - Plain City-here
28 - Gahanna-there
27 to December 1-out for weather

DECEMBER
1 - Hyatts-there
8 - Ashley-there
11 - Y-Teens Meeting
14 - Lyceum Program-Brittons
15 - Brown-there
19 - Bellepoint-there
20 - Junior Play
29-30 - Basketball Carnival-Ashley
30 - Alumni Dance

JANUARY - 1951
2 - Ashley-there
4 - Echo Valley Boys
5 - Powell-there
8 - Y-Teen Meeting
9 - Centerburg-there
12 - Radnor-here
16 - Johnstown-here
19 - Harlem-here
23 - Hyatts-here
25 - FHA meeting
26 - FHA Skating Party
30 - Richwood-here
29 to February 2-Out for weather

FEBRUARY
2 - Ostrander-there
6 - Mt. Gilead - there
9 - Orange-here
10 - Senior Scholarship Test

MARCH
5 - Y-Teen Meeting
13 - FHA Meeting
16 - Polio Dance
30 - Minstrel

APRIL
6 - Lyceum Program
6 - Sophomore Dance
13 - County Music Festival
20 - All Sports Dance
24 - T-Teen Mother-Daughter Banquet

MAY
1 - FHA Mother-Daughter Banquet
4-5 - Senior Class Play
12 - Junior Senior Prom
14 - Y-Teen Meeting
20 - Baccalaureate
24 - Commencement

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Smoke Signals

illustration of several native Americans and teepees in camp


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BUSINESS BOOSTERS
Galena Hardware
L. M. Ihle, M. D., Galena
Oberholtzer Jewelry, Centerburg

ADULT BOOSTERS
Mr. Charlie Bricker
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. James Fravel
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Meloy
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keltner
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Richey
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stockwell
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Townley
Mr. Wally Wilcox

STUDENT BOOSTERS
Mary Alice Barney
Betty Bolton
Jean Boudinot
Dayna Bricker
Eldon Chambers
Linda Crowl
Joan Crowl
Terry Day
Marilyn Edwards
Russell Fravel
Frank Linnabary
Dave Meloy
Grace Ellen Miller
Paul Miller
Mary Alice Richardson
Phyllis Rose
Allen Smith
Carole Southworth
Lou Stelzer
Russell D. Stockwell
Lou Stelzer
Russell D. Stockwell
Erlene Townley
Normand Townley
Joyce Ward
Eugene Webb
Nancy and Neil Inc

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Compliments of

ROOT'S

DEPARTMENT STORE

V. L. EDWARDS, Owner

Sunbury, Ohio



Say It With Flowers

from

GHENT FLORISTS

Phone 153 Sunbury, Ohio



WHITNEY

INSURANCE AGENCY

Phone 6

SUNBURY, OHIO



Compliments of

CHILDREN'S SHOP

Grace Domigan

LITTLE SHOP

Anna Louise Sheets



Compliments

of

SIMPSON JEWELRY

Jewelry for Every Occasion

Sunbury, Ohio



MAIN'S DRUG STORE

Prescription - Farm Remedies

Fountain

PHONE 68

Sunbury, Ohio



BLAKELY WILLIAMS

RED & WHITE STORE

Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables

"Ernie" Burnside and "Chuck" Rowland

PHONE 57



Compliments

of

BILL'S

SHELL STATION

Shell Gas, Oil, Services

Sunbury, Ohio



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SUNBURY DINER

Meals - Short Orders

24 Hour Service

PHONE 200



Compliments of

LENHARTS

Hardware and Furniture

PHONE 84



Compliments

of

GAMMILL'S

Texaco Service

PHONE 56R3

Sunbury, Ohio



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of

M. W. LIVINGSTON



Compliments of

BRAKE MOTOR SALES

Dodge Plymouth

Sales-Service

Phone 66 Sunbury, Ohio

Lloyd Brake



THE FARMERS BANK

Established 1872

Member Federal Reserve System

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT

INSURANCE CORPORATION



Compliments of

JONES BEAUTY NOOK

Phone 163 Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments

of

MILLER

IMPLEMENT COMPANY

Farm and Home Supplies



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SUNBURY HARDWARE

"Ernie" Harsh

Dean and Barry Paints

Paint Supplies - Housewares

Sunbury, Ohio

Phone 64



JOHNNY'S

Marathon Service Station

Miller Tires - - - Gould Batteries

V.E. P. Oil

Sunbury, Ohio

Phone 89



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of

RUSSELL W. MILLER



Compliments

of

NEEDLE'S MARKET



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of

Your Nestle Hauler

JIM HOOVER



Compliments

of

LOUISE'S

BEAUTY SHOP

Phone 35R3



Compliments

of

THE

SUNBURY CLEANERS



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of

JOHNSON'S

SHOE SHOP



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Compliments
of

FLETCHER BROTHERS

Sinclair Gas, Oil, Services

Phone 46

Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments of

SUNBURY

PLUMBING & HEATING

"Courteous Service"

Phone 70

West Granville Street Sunbury, Ohio



GILL'S MARKET

For

Quality Fruits, Vegetables

And Groceries

Sunbury, Ohio



THE APPLE HOUSE

Chicken Sandwiches

and Apple Pie

3C North of Sunbury



VILLAGE TAVERN

Cold Beverages

and

Sandwiches

Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments

of

Edith Garee's

BEAUTY SHOP

Phone 196

Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments

of

CROWL'S

Olive Green



Compliments of

CHARLES H. SHOPE

Contractor

BRICK AND CEMENT

Sunbury, Ohio
Phone 126R3

Free Estimates Cheerfully Given

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Compliments

of

GILBERT'S GROCERY

QUALITY FOODS

Condit, Ohio



Compliments of

of

DON ALLEN

Sunbury, Ohio



ROBERTS
GENERAL STORE

Groceries

General Merchandise

Light Hardware

Phone KIL 523

OLIVE GREEN VILLAGE



Congratulations and Best Wishes to

The Class of 1951

CURREN'S
SOHIO SERVICE

Corner of Rainbow and Columbus Sts.

Sunbury, Ohio



MEREDITH
IMPLEMENT COMPANY

International Harvester

Sunbury, Ohio



"Honest, Courteous Service
Builds Our Business"

Phone 17

SUNBURY
LUMBER COMPANY

Sunbury, Ohio



SUNBURY
ELECTRIC SHOP

Appliances

Sales

Service

C. S. BURRER, Mgr.

Phone 72R 2



LINK'S

SERVICE STATION

Sunbury, Ohio

Phone 184 R 2

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HORN'S
PURE OIL SERVICE

Condit, Ohio

Phone Sunbury 172-R-31

Gas-Oil

Candy-Cigarettes



V. & M. WILLIAMSON

Chevrolet Sales and Services

Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments

of

WILLIAM H. KENT

Technician and Test Supervisor

Phone 47

Sunbury, Ohio



Compliments of

SUNBURY
Frozen Food Lockers

Townley-Main, Inc.

Sunbury, Ohio

Phone 85



Compliments of

Hoke Bros Electric

"WE SELL THE BEST"

and

"SERVICE THE REST"

South Side of Square Phone 37

HOTPOINT PHILCO



THE
SUNBURY
NEWS

Enjoys Bringing You
Good News
of the Fine Students
in

BIG
WALNUT
SCHOOLS



CLARK'S
TRACTOR SALES

Clarence Clark, Prop.

Farm Tractors

and

Dearborn Equipment

Phone 183

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THE NESTLE CO., INC

SUNBURY, OHIO



The Home of Nescafe

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON

Sporting Goods Company

"Everything for Every Sport"

1810 North High Street

Columbus, Ohio

Phone WA. 4711



ASHLEY
BABY CHICK COMPANY

Chicks the Year Around

Turkey Poults in Season

Pullorum Passed

Ashley, Ohio



Compliments of

HAROLD KINTNER

Marathon Distributor

Sunbury Phone 142 Ohio



Compliments

of

WILLIAM H. SLACK



SUNBURY SAVINGS
And Loan

Friendly Service Since 1910

Liberal Interest on all Deposits

FEDERAL
Home Loan Bank
Member Since 1932

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Compliments of

THE GALENA SHALE TILE &

BRICK COMPANY

Galena, Ohio



Compliments of

THE WESTERVILLE CREAMERY

COMPANY

Westerville, Ohio

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DELAWARE COUNTY FARMERS

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.

Established 1877

Sunbury Ohio



Compliments

of

DELAWARE COUNTY FARM BUREAU
COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION

Phone 29 Phone 172R5
Sunbury Condit



Compliments of

SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

Complete Line of Fine Machines

Vacuum Cleaners, Repairs - Sewing Notions - McCall Patterns

49 N. Sandusky Delaware, Ohio Phone 2483



Compliments of

THE BANK OF GALENA COMPANY

Galena, Ohio Phone 2481

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Best Wishes

to

Class of '51

P. & A. MARKET

Phone 2742 Galena



Compliments

GALENA TIRE &
BATTERY SERVICE

Crosley Refrigerators

Crosley - Television - Motorola

Goodyear, Firestone, U. S. Royal Tires

ABC and Whirlpool Washers

Shell Gas and oil

James Vance, Prop. Phone 2491



WALKER'S MARKET

Meats - Groceries - Dry Goods

Phone 2161

Galena



DEVORE
FUNERAL HOME

Ambulance Service

Phone 2211

Galena



Compliments

of

CHAMBERS' ORCHARD

Galena, Ohio



Compliments of

STRIDER
INSURANCE AGENCY

385 N. Walnut Street

Phone 2921

Galena




Security American Style

JOE T. DAVIS

Insurance Agency

Dial 2201 Centerburg, Ohio

Your "Ohio Farmer's" Agent

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THE CUBBERLY STUDIO

For the Finest in Photography

[illustration: lady's silhouette]

We have the experience ..

We have the know how ...

And the finest equipment to take care of

your every requirement.

BABY PORTRAITS, WEDDINGS

FAMILY GROUPS

Portraits in the Modern Style

By

THE CUBBERLY STUDIO

38-1/2 South Sandusky Phone 2171 Delaware, Ohio

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In Delaware, It's

KLEIN'S
DEPARTMENT STORE

Red Goose Shoes

Gotham Gold Stripe Hose

Men's - Women's and Children's Goods

Phone 2395



Compliments

of

JIMMY GORSUCH



All of Your Stationery

From

SELL'S
STATONERY STORE

Delaware, Ohio



SEARS, ROEBUCK
AND CO.

54 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

Phones 345-346



DEERLICK DAIRY

and

DAIRY BAR

Delaware, Ohio



TILTON
CENTRAL GARAGE

Hudson - Crosley Cars

International Trucks

Sales and Service

Phones 2500 - 2501

Delaware, Ohio



BOB BURNS

FINE SHOES

Phone 5415

Delaware, Ohio



TILTON TRANSFER
AND STORAGE

Agent: Allied Van Lines

PHONE 2500

Delaware, Ohio

Dependable Service Since 1916

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ERLAY HATCHERY

A. L. Everitt

Ohio U.S. Approved

Pullorum Passed Chicks

Feed - Remedies - Supplies

"We Issue

Erlay Poultry Bulletin"

Delaware - Plain City - Marysville



HAMBURGER INN

in the

HEART OF DELAWARE



KOCH FOOD MARKET

Across from Campus

Delaware Phone 2394 Ohio



Compliments of

WINTER STREET
DRUG STORE

G. H. WAKEMAN - J. F. ROBINSON

4 West Winter Street

Delaware, Ohio

PHONE 2224



GOOD LUCK GRADS

THE STYLE SHOP

Delaware, Ohio



FRENCH AND DEAL

Tax Consultants

77 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

PHONE 2233



Compliments

UHLMANS

Department Store

Delaware Phone 2424



DELAWARE
MILK COMPANY

Milk - Butter - Cottage Cheese

Superior Ice Cream

27 North Union Street

Phone 311

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (92)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (92)

Description

Corresponds to page 87 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

WORLY STEEL
& SUPPLY CO.

Plumbing Supplies - Valves

Structural Steel

Copper Pipe - Soil Pipe

Wire Rope

Scrap Iron - Metals

PHONE 2211

20 North Henry St. Delaware, Ohio



Best Wishes

from

MORRISONS

Dry Goods - Apparel

Phone 2185

Delaware, Ohio



HAL'S FARM HOUSE

Soda Bar

Sandwiches

Steaks

Route 23 South

Delaware, Ohio



KINSEY'S

Drug Store

Cor. Sandusky and William Streets

Delaware, Ohio



Compliments of

HUMPHRIES
MOTOR SALES, INC

Your Ford Dealer

Delaware, Ohio

Phone 2570



See

H. M. BENEDICT

JEWELER

for

Watches

Elgin Hamilton

40 North Sandusky St. Delaware, Ohio

Phone 2620



Services and Repairs

for

All Makes of Cars

BILL AUSTIN
BUICK, INC.

Delaware, Ohio



"Where Customers Send Their Friends"

ROHR
FURNITURE COMPANY

22 South Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (93)

Title

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Description

Corresponds to page 88 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

Candy Greeting /cards
Sheet Music

RECORDS

Musical Accessories
Teaching Methods

NEWS SHOP

Delaware's Only Complete

Magazine Store

25 West Sandusky Street



THE BLAIR
KELLEY COMPANY

Home Furnishers and Decorators

Floor Coverings, Radios, Stoves,

Wall Paper, Washing Machines,

Window Shades, Vacuum Cleaners

Draperies and Curtains

Delaware, Ohio



WILSON'S

C. J. of Course

Apparel for

Men and Women

Delaware, Ohio



People From All Over the World

EAT AT

BUN'S
IN DELAWARE

HAVE YOU?



OWEN JEWELRY

for

Fine Diamonds

Fine Watches

Fine Silverware

3 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

Phone 2184



HESS IMPLEMENT CO.

John Deere and New Idea

Sales and Service

Phone 2281

Centerburg, Ohio



Complete Clothing

Selections for High Schoolers

BOSTON STORE

Delaware's

Leading Department Store



BURRER

CENTERBURG HATCHERY

Ohio-U.S. Approved

Pullorum Passed Chicks and Poults

Burco Feeds
and
Poultry Supplies

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (94)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (94)

Description

Corresponds to page 89 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS

RCA Victor Television "Refrigeration Service"

R. & J. APPLIANCE SHOP

Sales FRIGIDAIRE Service

Phone 88 Johnstown, Ohio



Compliments

of

BISHOP
INSURANCE AGENCY

Johnstown, Ohio

Phone 78R



JOHNSTOWN

ELEVATOR COMPANY

Feed, Seed, Grand, tile

Fence and Fertilizer

Grinding and Mixing

Melvin Downing, Mgr.

Phone 7
Johnstown, Ohio



FARMERS SUPPLY

A. L. Freas, Mgr.

Your John Deere Dealer

Parts and Service

Johnstown, Ohio

Phone 20A



CROUSE & SON

Funeral Home

Resuscitator Service

Phones 107 and 95

Johnstown, Ohio



Compliments

of

DOVE LOCKER PLANT

Phone 3202

Centerburg, Ohio



BURRER MILLING CO.

Centerburg

Manufacturers

of

The Original

Burco Feeds

Operating Grain Dryer

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (95)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (95)

Description

Corresponds to age 90 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

Congratulations

Best Wishes

to the

Class of '51

Imperial Engravers

PHOTOENGRAVINGS
OF DISTINCTION

2176 Cleveland Avenue L. A. 1863 Columbus 3, Ohio



Congratulations and Best Wishes

SPENCER-WALKER PRESS, INC.

Specializing in

PRINTED PUBLICATIONS

This Year Book a Product of Our Plant

32 Warren Street Columbus, Ohio

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (96)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (96)

Description

Corresponds to page 91 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

Advertising Index

Allen, Don - 77
Apple House - 76
Ashley Baby Chick - 80
Austin, Bill - 87

Benedict Jewelry - 87
Bill's Shell Station - 73
Bishop Insurance Agency - 89
Blair Kelly Company - 88
Blakely Williams Red & White - 73
Bob Burns - 85
Boston Store - 88
Brake Motor Sales - 74
Burrers Centerburg Hatchery - 88
Burrers Milling Co - 89
Buns Restaurant - 88

Chambers Orchard - 83
Childrens Shop - 73
Clark, Clarence - 78
Crouse and Son Funeral Home - 89
Crowl's Grocery - 76
Cubberly Photographer's - 84
Curren's Sohio Station - 74

Davis, Joe T., Insurance Agent - 83
Deerlick Dairy - 85
Delaware County Farm Bureau - 82
Delaware County Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins. - 82
Delaware Milk Company - 86
DeVore Funeral Home - 83
Dove Locker - 89

Erlay Hatchery - 86
Farmers' Bank - 74
Farmers Supply - 89
Fletcher Brothers' Garage - 76
French and Deal, Tax Consultants - 86

Galena Bank Company - 82
Galena Shale Tile and Brick Co. - 81
Galena Tire and Battery - 83
Gammill's Service Station 74
Garee, Edith, Beauty Shop - 76
Gilbert's Grocery - 74
Gill's Market 76
Ghent's Florists - 73
Gorsuch, Dr. Jimmy - 85

Hal's Farm House - 87
Hamburger Inn - 86
Harley-Davidson Sporting Goods - 80
Hess Implement - 88
Hoke Bros. Electric Shop - 78
Hoover, Jim - 75
Horn's Pure Oil - 78
Humphries - 87

Imperial Engravers' - 90

Johnson's Shoe Shop - 75
Johnstown Electric Co. - 89
Johnnie's Marathon Station 75
Jones' Beauty Nook - 74

Kent, William - 78
Kinseys' Drug Store - 87
Kintner, Harold - 80
Klein's Department Store - 85
Koch Food Market - 86

Lenhart's Hardware - 74
Link's Service Station - 77
Little Shop - 73
Livingston, Dr. M. W. - 74
Louise's Beauty Shop - 75

Main's Drug Store - 73
Miller Implement Store - 74
Miller, R. W. - 75
Meredith Implement Co. - 77
Morrison's Dry Goods Store - 87

Needles' Market - 75
Nestle Company - 79
News Shop - 88

Owen Jewelry - 88

P. and A. Market - 83

Robert's General Store - 77
Rohr Furniture Store - 87
R. and J. Appliance - 89
Root's Dept. Store - 73

Sears, Roebuck and Co. - 85
Sell's Stationery Store - 85
Shope, Charles H., Contractor - 76
Simpson Jewelry Store - 73
Singer Sewing Machine Co. - 82
Slack, William H., Funeral Home - 80
Spencer-Walker Press, Inc. - 90
Sunbury Cleaners' - 75
Sunbury Diner - 74
Sunbury Electric Shop - 77
Sunbury Hardware - 75
Sunbury Locker Plant - 78
Sunbury Lumber Co. - 77
Sunbury News - 78
Sunbury Plumbing and Heating - 76
Sunbury Savings and Loan - 80
Strider Insurance Agency - 83
Style Shop - 86

Tilton Central Garage - 85
Tilton Transfer Company - 85

Uhlmans - 86

Village Tavern - 76

Walker's Market - 83
Westerville Creamery - 81
Williamson, V. and M., Garage - 78
Wilson, C. J. - 88
Winter Street Drug Store - 86
Whitney Insurance Agency - 73
Worley Steel and Supply Company 87

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (97)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (97)

Description

Corresponds to page 92 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Annual Staff of The 1951 Flame wishes to take this opportunity to
thank all those who have, in any way, helped to make this production a suc-
cess.

We especially wish to thank the following people: Mr. Wayne Cubberly
of Cubberly Studio for photography, Mr. John Osborne of the Imperial En-
gravers for technical advice and engravings, the Spencer-Walker Press, Inc.
for printing, Mr. "Red" Simpkins for athletic snapshots, Mrs. John R. Wilson
for art assistance, Mrs. Pat Sterbenz for lettering, Mrs. Ed Rowedda for proof
reading, Mrs. Bill Richey for general supervision, and all the advertisers and
boosters who helped to finance our annual.

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Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (98)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (98)

Description

Corresponds to page 93 of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

AUTOGRAPHS

[autographs from classmates]
Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (99)

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame (99)

Description

Corresponds to back cover of Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

Community Library
[barcode]
31067230
Sunbury, Ohio 43074

[shelf location label]
Bur
977.1210207
Del-BW
1951
ff

Dublin Core

Title

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame

Subject

Big Walnut High School--Ohio--Sunbury--1951
Public schools--Ohio--Delaware County
Schools--Ohio--Delaware County

Description

Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame, contains gray-scale photographs of earlier Sunbury school buildings, and a pencil sketch of the new school building, consolidated in 1951. Photographs of Seniors through First grade classes appear in descending order in this book. Photographs of the school's administrators, staff, class pictures, clubs, music, sports, student activities and advertisers appear in gray-scale as well for both Sunbury and Galena grades , 6th -1st.

Creator

Editor Grace Ellen Miller; Advertising Manager Ross Day; Subscription and Boosters Mary Alice Richardson; Bookkeeper Eldon Chambers; Copy Editor Joan Hill; Photographer Nancy Brown; Art Editor Nancy Williamson; Sports Editor Russell Fravel; Student Life Co-Editors Joan Crowl, Gary Girberd; Typists: Senior Typing Class

Publisher

The Senior Class of Big Walnut High School 1951

Date

1951

Contributor

Advisor: Mrs. Minetta H. Richey; Big Walnut High School, 1951

Rights

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

Format

Yearbook

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

31067230

Citation

Editor Grace Ellen Miller; Advertising Manager Ross Day; Subscription and Boosters Mary Alice Richardson; Bookkeeper Eldon Chambers; Copy Editor Joan Hill; Photographer Nancy Brown; Art Editor Nancy Williamson; Sports Editor Russell Fravel; Student Life Co-Editors Joan Crowl, Gary Girberd; Typists: Senior Typing Class, “Big Walnut High School Yearbook. 1951: The Flame,” Delaware County Memory, accessed June 25, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/3741.

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