Friday, December 28, 2012

December News from the "2" years

Old news from the New Vienna area in December of the "2" years.

1862 and 1882 news from the Highland Weekly News, published in Hillsboro, Ohio 1853-1886;  1892 and 1912 news from the Hillsboro News-Herald; 1902 from the Stark County Democrat; 1942 & 1952 news from Hillsboro's Press Gazette.  1922 and 1932 newspapers do not seem to be readily available online, or is the Wilmington News-Journal currently available.
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December 25, 1862 - Capt. Asa Higgins, of New Vienna, recently commanding Co. G, 11th Ohio, now in Western Virginia, has been promoted to the position of Major of that regiment.  Capt. Higgins formerly resided in Hillsboro.

December 6, 1882 - James H. Terrill [Terrell?], a prominent farmer and stock dealer of New Vienna, was in town [Greenfield] on Thursday.

December 27, 1882 - Miss Emma Morrow, who has been teaching near New Vienna is at home in Leesburg spending the holiday vacation at the residence of her father, Judge Morrow.

December 27, 1882 - Mr. Alexander Powell, who lives about three miles north west of New Lexington [Highland] died on Saturday evening last [Dec. 23].  He took ill only on the Tuesday preceding.  He leaves a wife and two children.

December 8, 1892 - Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Pittser, of New Vienna, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Pittser of Lynchburg.

December 15, 1892 - Mr. E.P. West, of New Vienna, a successful teacher and school examiner of Clinton County, will have many good points to give teachers [during a holiday institute for teachers of Highland County].  According to further news in the Dec. 29, 1892 issue, Mr. West, Supt. of Schools in New Vienna, will focus on Grammar and History during the institute.   He is also a member of the State School Book Board.  [He served as Supt. at NV from 1887-1901.]

December 22, 1892 - Real Estate Transfer - J.H. Guthrie, trustee for the New Vienna Bank, to P.D. Matthews and other councilmen of Leesburg, part of in-lot 238 in Leesburg, $45.

December 29, 1892 - Mayor's Court - Charles Smith, of New Vienna, came over on Saturday [Dec. 24] to purchase a larger sized Christmas jag than he could procure in New Vienna.  He succeeded in getting a larger one than he had means of transportation for and couldn't get out of town with it.  He got [fined] $5 and accompaniments.

December 2, 1902 - "Some of our citizens have quit going to Midland to purchase fire water, and are now having it shipped from New Vienna. –Kelso Herald."

December 12, 1912 - Carlos Simpson and family will move to New Vienna [from Lynchburg] this week where he will clerk in the Hadley store.

December 26, 1912 - Marriage license issued for Arland [Orland?] Polk, of New Vienna, and Susan Mason of Hillsboro.

December 1, 1942 - Rites for Soldier - Funeral service for Clarence W. Yarger, 20, of near Highland, who died Friday morning [Nov. 27, 1942]  at the home of his parents while home on furlough from the Army, were held on Monday [Nov. 30, 1942].  He was found in the barn at the home of his parents, lying near the exhaust pipe of the car.  He is survived by his parents, one brother, Dorsie Yarger, Cincinnati, and one sister, Mrs. Chester G. [Opal] Ledford of New Vienna.

December 9, 1952 - New Vienna Wins - New Vienna's powerful basketball team, paced by Dale Cluxton's 36 points, swamped Blanchester at NV on Friday night, 102 to 40.  Jim Turner had 32 points for the winner.

December 30, 1952 - Etta Treftz, youngest and last surviving of nine siblings, daughter of Nathan and Amy McDaniel Gilbert, long-time New Vienna family, died on December 24 in Lynchburg.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

1972 Philmont Scout Ranch

In July 1972 a group of Boy Scouts from New Vienna headed west to Philmont Ranch in New Mexico.  The clipping is transcribed below.  Postcards written by HH from Philmont Ranch can be found at this link:  John Uible had intended to go with this group but instead took his "vacation" in the Cincinnati hospital suffering from typhoid fever following a trip to Mexico.
Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron, New Mexico - July 1972 - Ben Mathews, Mark Young, Brian Smith, Jim Bernard, Kevin Croghan, Dale Hertlein, Jim Mongold, HH Uible & ranger, Robbie Smith.  Photo taken by Gene Williams.

Local Scouts At Philmont Ranch
As Reported by ROBERT N. SMITH

Early Monday morning, eight intrepid Scouts and their two leaders left New Vienna in preparation for high adventure at Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron, New Mexico.

This expedition, representing the Tecumseh Council, Boy Scouts of America, consists of the following Scouts and their leaders:  Jim Bernard, Kevin Croghan, Dale Hertlein, Jim Mongold, Brian Smith, Mark Young, Harold Uible, Gene Williams and Robert Smith.

Traveling by way of two cars, the group sped across Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri; spending the night in Kansas City, Kansas.

Traveling across the rolling hills of Kansas Tuesday, the expedition moved on through the panhandle of Oklahoma and into the one of Texas.  The two-car caravan came to rest at a park outside of Dalhart.  Wednesday morning's drive took the Scouts into New Mexico and at 10:30 tey pulled in to the 347,000 acre Philmont Scout Ranch.

While driving out the group visited several roadside parks with historical backgrounds, as well as the Eisenhower Memorial in Abilene, Kansas, and Capulin Mountain, an extinct volcano now a national monument in Capulin, New Mexico.

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This post is being cross-posted on the Uible Family Blog.  

Sunday, December 23, 2012


Vol III, No. 3, December 3, 1942 issue of the Vienna Viewpoints. The dark paper makes it difficult to read but probably made it stand out from the otherwise boring white paper in more general use. Anybody have experience typing stencils or running mimeograph machines? First and last page of this 8 page school newsletter (2 - 8.5x14 pages folded in half) are pictured below.

Bede's must have been the local hang out.  Married names of women added in brackets if known.  Please send additions, corrections, or additional information if known.  Transcription of all pages follows.
Vienna Viewpoints Dec. 3, 1942
New Vienna Ohio school newsletter

Vienna Viewpoints
Vol. III, No. 3 December 3, 1942

"Advertisers, O yes, those are the people that take up so much space in the paper."  Did you ever consider that it is the advertisers who make papers possible?  This applies to the Vienna Viewpoints just as much as to any other paper.  When the average student finds an advertisement, he is apt to give it a hasty glance and continue his search for more interesting reading; but advertisements are just as interesting as any other feature of the Viewpoints.  While Vi and Anna may be intensely exciting and the editorials dry, with the various other news features ranging somewhere between, none of these would be possible if it weren't for the advertisers.

Ever since its beginning two years ago, the New Vienna Viewpoints has been distributed free to all the students.  Many just seem to take this for granted.  "Charge for the Viewpoints! ridiculous" – that seems to be the attitude of most of the students; but many of the schools in this county do sell their papers to the students.  In fact, this was discussed as a method of helping finance the Viewpoints this year.  However, due to the splendid way in which the merchants of New Vienna have cooperated, this has not been necessary.  Three cheers for the friends of New Vienna School –– the merchants who patronize the Viewpoints.  –M.L.

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Editor - Melvin Long
Ass't Editors - Aleda Purtee, Calvin Smith
Athletics - Bill Chestnut
Business Manager - Harold Uible
Ass't Bus. Manager - Shirley Chaney
Circulation - Philip Levo
Reporters - Virginia Wayland [Rulon], Georgiana Lacy, Wilma Stanfield, Sally Lafferty, Johan Thompson, Joellen Rulon [Streber]
Typist - Barbara Penn [Nash]

Do you know that you can purchase one-half pint of milk in our school lunch room for one cent?  Yes, that is right, one cent.  That price is made possible by the cooperation of the lunch room and the U.S. Government.  This milk may be had without the purchase of a lunch.
She returned his glances unopened.
We all hope for the day when the isms will be wasms.
He wore the class colors of the school of experience – black and blue.
Epitaph for a dog:  His tail still wags in my heart.
Our country cottage.  Five rooms and a path.
NOTICE:  Dec. 4 Wayne - Homecoming;  Dec. 8 Schoolmasters Meeting at Wil.; Dec. 11 - Alumni, here.

Harry Allen not having his lessons prepared?
Bill Preston coming to school on time?
Calvin Smith not having anything to do?
Barbara Penn being quiet in the study hall?
Joellen Rulon without her smile?

Virginia Wayland [Rulon] talking without the use of her hands?
Harold Uible with no money in his pockets?
Wanda Wayland at Bede's without Lawrence Newbrey?
Evelyn Roush not in the mood for fighting?
Georgiana Lacy without a boy friend?
Jean Rachford [Barrett] without her smile?
Carol Lou Bohl [Allen] not having a show to tell about?
Bill Lamar and Junior Morris with all their lessons prepared?
Shirley Chaney without her braids?
Melvin Long without his red shirt?
Mr. Fenwick with nothing to do?
John Lafferty not having anything to talk about?
Jane Selph [Fauber] being in a hurry?
Miss Abernathy getting mad?

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This time, folks, I have some disappointments.

The Reesville game was probably the best game played on our floor for many years.  The game was hard fought all the way.  In the first minute and a half, Reesville racked up two field goals.  This caught us some what off guard but we immediately came back with a goal of our own.  And so it went – the lead going back and forth until the third quarter.  There we became nervous and Reesville scored two more goals which they held for the duration of the game.  The final score was Reesville 28, New Vienna 24.

The Bengals fared better in their game with Reesville's second string.  The final score for that game Bengals 18, Reesville 8.

Our game with Jefferson is one of which we are very much ashamed.  They seemed to lose heads completely.  We threw the ball away and when we did have it we could not make our shots.  Levo and Preston were the only two boys on the floor who looked like they were playing basketball.  The Bengals also lost their game.

This coming Friday, December 4, we play our Homecoming Game with Wayne.  I hope everyone can manage to be there for it will be an occasion of which we are proud.

The Co-Captains, Lawrence Newbrey and Earl Roush, will escort our Queen, Jenny Swingley onto the floor.  Newbrey and Roush will be Co-Captains of the year and I know that they will do their best for the team.

A young theologian named Fiddle
Refused to accept his degree,
For, said he, it's enough to be Fiddle
Without being Fiddle, D.D.
AD – SUN KING COAL $5.75 per ton at the Farm Bureau Coop As'sn.  Phone 2791
AD – BOYDS VARIETY STORE - toys and small gifts - New Vienna, Ohio. Phone 2582

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This week has brought two new figures to our school.  They are Mrs. John Goodrich who accepted the task of teaching the first grade, and Mrs. Floyd Simmons who will teach grade six.  Both of these ladies have very admirable records of teaching in the past and we are fortunate indeed to have secured their services.

Mrs. Goodrich is a graduate of Ohio University in Athens.  Last year she taught first grade at Otterbein Home.  Mrs. Goodrich, who lives in Sabina has always taught the lower two grades, and this experience makes her well qualified for her work here.

Mrs. Simmons also graduated at Ohio University.  She did supplementary work at at Ohio State University, then accepted a position in Greenfield schools where she taught ten- and eleven-year-olds for a number of years.  Thus, she too, has invaluable experience which will serve our sixth grade well.  Mrs. Simmons lives near New Vienna.

We might add that both of our new faculty members have found New Vienna to be a very good school, and we sincerely hope that they will continue to like it.  We know that we have in them two efficient teachers.

AD – ANNOUNCING - The opening of your new Pure Oil Store in New Vienna and to commemorate the rationing of gasoline, we are making you this special offer:  "GAS, FOUR GALLONS FOR A QUARTER" WITH YOUR FIRST RATIONING COUPON.  See us for your Anti-Freeze, Thermo-Royal non-rust, no poisonous fumes, ceiling price $1.40 per gallon.  OUR PRICE $1.10.  C.J. and Harold H. Uible, Props.  Be SURE with PURE

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The Juniors of the New Vienna School participated in the thrilling event of their class play, "Mumbo Jumbo," in the school auditorium.  The Play was directed by Miss Hull.  The farce was revealed in a New England farm-house.

At the end of the first act, the president of the class, Calvin Smith, presented a beautiful token of appreciation to Miss Hull for having directed the play.

The Junior Class had a good attendance at their play, they made a net profit of $46.00 to add to the class treasury.


The president of the school board banged his fist on the table.  He had just heard the superintendent's report on retardation.
"This is terrible," he roared, "In my business we demand and get perfection.  We should expect nothing less in these schools."
"What is your business?" meekly inquired another member.
"I manufacture kid gloves – and we get perfection."
"Yes," replied the superintendent, "but in your business you can pick the kids."
The meeting was adjourned.


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Well, we are all back from our vacation.  We all enjoyed ourselves.  Everybody got their tanks filled with gas so that they can come to the Homecoming Friday night.

Shirley Chaney, R.B. Smith, Marilyn Sayre, Evelyn Roush, Elizabeth Sayre [Nixon], and Jenny Carol Swingley went bowling at Hillsboro Friday evening.  Bobby Runk and Bill Seltzer went hunting Monday evening and came back with a skunk and a muskrat, and as a result were chased out of Bede's.  Georgiana Lacy spent Wednesday evening and Thursday with Wanda Wayland and they attended the show Thursday night.  Kathleen Stevenson [Levo] spent Friday night and Saturday in Dayton.

If you should have happened to pass the English room Wednesday, November 25, you might have been bewildered by the actions taking place inside.  You see, instead of having regular written assignment for homework, we all prepared pantomimes   Some of us imitated people eating, sleeping, talking, and even walking.  If you happen to pass the English room some second period don' get alarmed, we're probably just pantomiming again.

We seventh graders are waiting anxiously for the Homecoming game Friday night.  Also the band which is going to play Friday night for several seventh graders are members of it.  They are: Joellen Rulon [Streber], Donald Hite, Billy Huffman, Glenn Bernard, Harold Thornburg, Eugene Prickett.  Our class received credit for selling $1028.80 worth of War Bonds and Stamps.


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The seventh and eight grade Little Cubs defeated the boys from Rainsboro, 14 to 10, November 20.  Our class is planning a Christmas party the week before Christmas.

We are taking down our Thanksgiving decorations and are replacing them with Christmas decorations.  We are going to draw and color maps of Australia for geography.  We are glad to have Mrs. Simmons for our teacher.

We fifth graders are looking forward to Christmas and because it is getting so close, we are trying to be very good little boys and girls.  We are planning to have some kind of a Christmas party.  As yet our plans are rather indefinite.

We are doing our part in buying war stamps.  Several of us already have our books which we are filling.

We are now starting our new reader, "The Friendly Hour."  We enjoy its stories very much.  In arithmetic  we are struggling along with fractions.  Quoting one certain little girl who always asks questions until she understands, "I like them after I get on to them."

We enjoyed our vacations very much and now are all looking forward to Christmas.  There were 5 boys and 3 girls in our room who were neither absent nor tardy this six weeks' period.  In music class, we are learning patriotic songs which we like very much.

Everyone had a very nice Thanksgiving vacation   We are sorry to lose Donald Berling.  Donald is moving to Washington C.H.  Evelyn Lee Orebaugh has entered our room from Greenfield School.

During the two Tuesdays in which our room has bought War Stamps, we have bough $34.65 worth.  We feel quite proud of this and hope to do even better.

We are having a lot of fun decorating our room for Xmas.  We are working very hard trying to learn our sounds.  We want to be better readers.  We have a new boy in our room.  His name is Virgil Caplinger.

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Greetings Chillun!
Your old chaperuins are at it again!  Please let us borrow your ears for a few minutes and we'll tell you all the latest gossip, dirt, etc. etc. that floats about school.

We all oughta help keep up the moral [sic] of the armed forces!  Yessiree! and Thelma Rhonemus really knows how.... We don't see how he gets any fighting done writing all those letters to her and reading hers....  The Stevenson residence seems to be a very popular spot any more what with all these gay young blades calling there.... For further details see Kathleen.

Bruce Kinzer and Mabel Current are currently hitting it off.  What's the matter, Prickett?... Our old pals Wanda Wayland and Lawrence Newbrey, Georgiana Lacy and Bill Seltzer (besides John Hamilton and a few others) are still going strong....  We hear that Joe Hartsock spent most of his Thanksgiving vacation at New Vienna and Barbara went to Columbus Sunday....Shirley was seen going places with Oris [Minzler] Tuesday night...  Something new has been added, eh what? .... Since the class play wasn't enough, Wanda and Lawrence, John and Georgiana, and Johnny Workman and Barbara, Bob and Virginia, (a new member of our little family?) went to Hillsboro afterwards...The Sunday night troop included those mentioned above with the exclusion of Barbara and Johnny (couldn't find out where she went) and the addition of Bruce and Mabel, Shirley and Junior Custis, who went to the Colony.....Janet Rulon [Cluxton] and Douglas Boris seem to be getting along all right....almost as good as Johan Thompson and Donald Wisecup, who were seen Tuesday night enjoying the lunar spectacle..... (did you say that?) .....Faymon Woods and Linda Lafferty still make a good fights yet.  We found out that Gretchen Fullerton [Huffman] promised Billy Huffman a kiss if we won the Jefferson game....He got cheated that time but Bill thinks maybe the offer holds good for tomorrow night...We wonder if the rationing board will give Stacy a "C" card to come to see Miss Hull?.....Things seem to be running smoothly so far....We wonder if –––– ho, hum!!!  What do we wonder?  I guess we-uns had better run along, Anna....This is no way for us back-bage specialists to be settin' at home, when we've got work to do..Anyway it's about time for respectable persons (that ain't us) to retire...if they can get a priority rating!  So long!

Sunday, December 16, 2012

1952 Methodist Church new wing

1952 was a big year for the New Vienna Methodist Church, with the completion of a new Sunday School wing at a cost of $16,000.  Consecration service was held on Sunday, December 7, 1952.  The original steeple was removed for safety reasons and a new steeple was erected in 1971 in memory of Thomas Rudisill who had been an active church member and school administrator.In 1973 a floor above this was built with most of the labor being donated.

Fifty years later (2002) the building was destroyed by lightning/fire.  A history of the church from 1952, information about the parsonage, and a list of ministers from 1877-2006 follows.  Partial transcription also follows.
New Vienna Methodist Church Bulletin - Dec. 1952
Methodist Church dedication of education unit - Dec. 1952, Rev. Paul W. Steele

A word from the pastor
God's word tells us and we have found it to be true that "without a vision the people perish."  We have dreamed and planned and worked for this day.  With the consecration of this new educational unit and its more and better facilities, opening up a vista of greater usefulness and service, our day has dawned.  We heartily thank all who have had some fitting part in the building of this addition. 

The Building Committee – Homer Bohl, R.W. Mongold, George Neffner, Henry Waits, Cecil J Uible.
Architects – Homer Bohl, George Neffner, Cecil J. Uible
Builder – Cecil J. Uible
The Finance Committee – Ralph Cornelius, Everett Penn, Mrs. Henry Waits, Miss Emma Woods, Harold H. Uible, Homer Bohl.
New Vienna Methodist Church Bulletin - Dec. 1952
Many familiar names found on the back page of the Bulletin....

Church Directory
Bishop – Hazen G. Werner, Columbus
District Supt. – George B. Parkin, Wilmington
Pastor – Paul W. Steele
Church School Supt. – A.W. Hause
Lay Leader – Homer Bohl
Chairman of the Official Board – Everett Penn
Church Treasurer – Ralph Cornelius
Youth Representative – Roger Ames

Board of Trustees
Homer Bohl
Fred Eaton
A.W. Hause
Geo. Neffner
Everett Penn
R.W. Mongold
C.J. Uible
Henry Waits
Doyle Wright

Board of Stewards
Ralph Carey
Mrs. Arlene Chestnut
R.W. Cornelius
Mrs. Mary Custis
Joseph Eaton
Geo. Henderson
Glenn McElwee
Mrs. Helen Morton
Howard Penn
G. Southerland
Eugene Smith
Frank Terrell
Harold Uible
Mrs. Gertrude Waits
Miss Emma Woods
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson

Special Stewards
Recording – George Neffner
Communion – Miss Emma Woods and Mrs. Helen Morton

Departmental Heads
Women's Society of Christian Service – Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson
Intermediate Youth Fellowship President – Robert Wolfe
Senior Youth Fellowship President – Miss Jane Fenwick
New Vienna Methodist Church History written in 1952 for the dedication of the education wing.

Church History – 1849-1952

The earliest record of facts we can gather is that from 1820 to 1830 the Methodist itinerants in charge of the Hillsboro and Milford Circuits visited the different local communities at irregular intervals holding services in the homes of the people, and in the summer in the groves at various places.

Among the earliest established preaching places were the Morgantown, Snow Hill, Pleasant Hill and the Woodmansee (afterward named Auburn) societies.

These churches were on the Hillsboro circuit until 1842, when Hillsboro became a station and the Highland Circuit was organized; and continued until 1849, when the work was again divided and the northern part of the work became the New Lexington Circuit, including the newly formed society of New Vienna.

The last change was made in Sept., 1889, when New Vienna and New Lexington [Highland] became half stations, with New Vienna as a charge we we know it now, namely New Vienna, Auburn, and West Chapel.

The first regular preaching and the organization of the first class was in 1842 or 1843 by Revs. R.S. Fulton and Norman Cummins, of Lynchburg, local preachers who were invited to visit New Vienna, and the first services were held in the home of Jonathan Wright.  The first know class leader was Thomas Hale and the first steward was Jonathan Wright.

Among the first members were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Wright, Mr. and Mrs. William Noble, and Mr. Thomas Williams, Mrs. Mary Bowers, wife of Rev. Bowers, and Mrs. Julia Moyer.

For the first few years after the class was organized, it met in the homes of its members, and later the Society rented the Baptist Church and held services there.

In the year 1850, the first Methodist Episcopal church edifice was erected.  It was a plain, one-story brick house and occupied the site of the present building [which was destroyed in 2002], on the corner of Church and Second streets.

During the pastorate of Rev. G.M. Edgar, in 1876, a building committee consisting of Jonathan Wright, E.M. Woodbury and B.A. Hines was appointed to superintend the erection of the present church building.

The Church was erected and the basement finished and dedicated the following year by Rev. D.H. Moore, D.D. during the pastorate of Rev. R.E. Smith.

The Society continued to worship in the church with varied minor improvement until in December of 1951, during the pastorage of Rev. Paul W. Steele, Mr. Homer Bohl, lay leader, and Mr. George Neffner were instructed by the Official Board to make preliminary drawings and obtain estimates.  On March 23, 1952, a called meeting of the congregation was held and after an affirmative vote, a campaign was launched, which resulted in the building of a new Educational unit o the rear of the church building.  This new addition will serve for Sunday School purposes, Youth Fellowship purposes, and for the fellowship of the congregation.

Pastors and Parsonages

Methodist parsonage families have lived in three different residences owned by the church.  The first one on Church St. was purchased in 1892 for $2000.  The second one was adjacent to the school property on College St., and was last occupied as a parsonage by the Schamaun family in the 1950s.  The present parsonage is located at 50 East College Street and was built in 1957 at a cost of $22,000 by C.J. Uible.

List of New Vienna Methodist  Ministers 1877-2015
1877-1880 R.E. Smith
1880-1883 J.G. Black
1883-1886 J.S. Pumphrey
1886-1889 C.L. Conger
1889-1893 R.K. Deem
1893-1894 D.D. Cheney
1894-1897 J.A. Easton
1897-1902 John Wilson
1902-1905 A. Hamilton
1905-1908 John H. Lease
1908-1911 W.C. Lewis
1911-1914 J.R. Troxel
1914-1918 Gilbert P. Austin
1918-1920 Charles W. Sultzbach
1920-1922 Luke Davis
1922-1923 W.B. Bonham
1923-1928 W.C. Peters
1928-1935 Burt E. Wright
1935-1937 W.P. Sharpton
1937-1940 Robert E. Lindner [Roland E Linder – see comments]
1940-1945 Clarence Wamsley
1945-1946 Rodney Long
1946-1948 Kenneth Enright
1948-1951 Bert O'Conner
1951-1954 Paul W. Steele
1954-1955 Harold Hugus
1955-1959 Marvin G. Schamaun
1959-1966 K. Albert Kuntzman
1966-1969 John W. Beers, Jr.
1969-1973 Henry M. Lynd
1973-1974 Clarence Wamsley (interim)
1974-1977 Robert Rider
1977- 1981 James A. Wise
1981-1985 Homer A. Thompson, Jr.
1985-1988 R. Creed Culbreath
1988-1995 Edward R. Johnson
1995-1997 Ray King
1997-2006? Mike Barthell
2006?-2010 Dale Hatch
2010 (July-Nov.) Heather Webster
2011 (Feb.-Sept.) Henry A. Green
2011-        Sarah Chapman