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ANNA HIGH SCHOOL CREED
I believe in Anna High School as an educational institution
symbolizing the ideals of Americanism.
I believe in the efficiency of its faculty, who are perpetuating
higher education in every branch of study.
I believe in the student body, who as future citizens, shall have
qualities to assume the responsibilities of a great nation.
I believe in her ideals and her future growth.
I do most firmly believe this without limit or restriction.
A. P. WILT Kz SONS
Anna, Ohio Phone 6
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KN e, tne ctass oi X952, dedicate this I
annuat to au iorrner students oi this .N
scnoot who are now enrotted tn the ser - N.
vrce oi our country.
They are hgntxng to preserve and
upnotd the or tncrotes ot democracy upon
vlmcn our gr eat country ms iounded
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CHARLES E. STEWART
It is said that character is like the
foundation of a house--it is beneath the
surface. By the same token, beneath the
surface of the covers of the publication
will be found the character of the Annual
and of the student body producing it.
Congratulations upon the character por'-
BOARD OF EDUCATION
A. P. Wilt
PHILLIP'S FARM STORE
Buy with the assurance of service
Hot Point - Crosley - Maytag Appliances
A Timken Oil Furnaces
Anna, 01110 Phone 42
Lee Turner, B.S.
Henry Horstman, B.S. in Ed.
Paul Schilling, B.S. in Ed.
B. S. in Engineering
Luther Fogt, B.S. in Ed.
Graduate work at Ohio State
Shelby County Normal
.Toe Lower, B.S. in Ed.
University of Cincinnati
Ohio State University
Rosemary Barr, B.S.
Dorothy Kohlmeyer, A.B.
KINDRED 8m POPPE
Dry Goods, Groceries, General Merchandise
James Carroll, A.B.
Charles Stewart, B.S.
University of Cincinnati
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Librarian 23 Secretary 2,43 Mlaml
"Wit and humor belong to a
Baseball l,2,3,43 Basketball
l,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Glee Club
l,2,3,43 Operetta l,2,3,43 Bacc.
l,2,33 Class Pres. 33 Class
Treas. 13 Student Council 43
Travel Club FTA 4, Jr. Play3
Annual Staffg Paper Staff 43 Home-
coming 33 Senior Scholarship.
"All great men are dead, and I
Class V. Pres. 1,45 Band l,2,3,43
Miami Scholarship 1,2,3,4Q
Travel Club 4g Annual Staff,
Senior Scho1arship3 Track l,2,3,43
Basketball 23 Baseball 23 Junior
Liquors, Beer, Wine, Sz Eats
"A live wire that is sometimes
Glee Club lg Paper Staff 43 FHA
k,33 Operetta 13 Bacc. lg Librarian
l,3Q Travel Club 43 GAA 1.
. up 1
"Between laughing and talking
my day is complete."
FHA l,2,3g GAA l,2,3,4g Travel
Clubg Paper Staff 3g Jr. Playg
Volley Ball 43 Librarian 4.
"GO when you can, while the
Junior Playg Basketball 45
Track 2,3,4g Baseball 2,43
Travel Clubg FFA 2V1- 1.
"A quiet unassuming lad."
FFA 2,3,4g School boy patrol
1,2,3,4g Junior Playg Travel
Good Clothes for Men gl Boys
Good Clothes for Men 8: Boys
"Always ready for a good time."
GAA 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3g Travel
Club 45 Paper Staff 3,45 Jr.
Elayg Volley Ball 43 Librarian
"I don't bother work until it
FTA 4, Sec., Travel Clubg
Annual Staff 4, Jr. Play, Paper
Staff, Sen. Scholarship, Home-
coming Queen 4.
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Glee Club l,2,3g Operetta 2,3,
Bacc. l,2,3g Miami Scholarships,
DAR test, Senior scholarship,
Travel Clubg Paper Staff, Annual
Staff, Photo Club, Sec., Jr. Play,
GAA: Basketball 3, Homecoming
Qi' W at
" The world is nothing without
Baseball l,2,4g Basketball
1,2,4g Track l,2,4g Travel
Club, Vice Pres. 2.
A. G. LANGHORST, INC.
Buick Sz Pontiac
Sales 81 Service
"No sinner nor no saint per-
haps but well, the very best
Baseball 2,45 Basketball 2,33
Travel Club, Junior Play,
Bacc. 3g Homecoming l.
"To dict or not to diet, that
is the question."
Tfec Club l.2,3,4g Operetta
l, 23,43 Bacczalaureatf- 2,33
B 1,2,3 43 Miami t 'ai -
.EIJDSI DAR vrfsi: Senio
S-czliola'-:V-,Iiipg Tit 'ml Clubg
Paper Stailg Annual Stnlfg
Jt. Playg Plzotogrzznhv Club'
MARY HULSMEYI-il? 53 is '
wh n I lu so much with I yy 't f"Fu X
"He never raises a dust storm,
but he gets there just the
Basketball lg Baseball lg
FFA 2,3,4g Travel Club.
DONALD R. BILLING
"Wine, women, and song. Bi--
carbonatc of soda, the day after
Glee Club l,2,3,4g Oteretta l,
2,3,4g Bacc, l,2,3g School boy
patrol l,2,3g FFA 2,3,4g Re-
porter 3g FTA 45 Student
Council 33 Travel Club 43 Jr.
Playg Paper Staff 35 Annual
Staff 43 Band lg Queen's escort
45 Senior Scholarshipg Ag.
Scholarship 4g Miami Scholar-
ship lg Baseball l,2,4g Basket-
ball 2,3.4g Science Club.
"This learning--what a bore
Basketball l,2,45 Track 15
President 25 Travel Clubg
FFA 2,45 Annual Staff.
.TULIA SCHIL LING
GAA l,2,3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45
Operetta l,2,3,45 FTA 45 Travel
Clubg Paper Staff 3,45 Annual
Staffg Junior Playg Class Treas.
45 Bacc. l,2,35 Miami Scholar-
ship 25 Senior Scholarshipg
"Some think the world was
made for fun and frolic, So
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Travel Club5 Annual Staff.
"Mischief ! Golly, how I love it
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'Jperetta 2,35 Travel Clubg
Paper Staff 5 Annual Staffg Jr.
Playg Bacc. l,2,35 Basketball
l,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,45
Cheerleader 2,45 Majorette
l,2,3,45 Librarian 4.
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l,2,3g Jr. Playg FTA 4 'fx-4,-1fN.,g
Travel Clubg Operetta .33
Paper Staffg Annual St. ig
Sec. of Class 25 band l,2,3,4g
Sec. 3g Cheerleader 2,45 FHA 2.
"Calm, cool, and collected--
Student Council lg Glee Club
1,2,4g Jr. Playg Annual Staff-
Travel Clubg Paper Staff 3,45
Basketball 2g Bacc. 1,23 Oper-
etta l,2,4g Senior Scholarship.
Compliments of FOLKERTH MOTOR SALES
North Dixie Sidney, Ohio
"A pleasant manner is worth
Glee Club 45 Paper Staff 3,4g
Annual Stalfg FFA 23 Junior
Playg Basketball l,2,3,4g
Baseball l,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,
Homecoming l,2,43 Travel
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Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Travel Clubg
Student Council 43 Class Treas.
33 Basketball 33 Volley Ball 43
Jr. Play3 Homecoming Queen 13
DAR Test3 Paper Staff 3,45
Annual Staff3 Senior Scholarship.
"To live or not to live, that is
Travel Club 43 Basketball 23
Glee Club 43 Track l,2,3,43 FFA
2g Annual Staff 4.
Comialiments of TIMEUS SHOE STORE
13 N. Main Sidney, Ohio
"A friend in need is a friend
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1,43 Track l,2,43 Student Council
1,2Q Travel Club.
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Glee Club 2,33 Jr. Play: 'Iome-
coming Queen 23 Paper staff 3,4Q
Annual Staff 43 Bacc. 2,35 Travel
Club 43 Miami Scholarship 23
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P1ay3 Track 43 School Boy Patrolg
Homecoming M. C. 3 Annual Staff.
BRAUN'S GROC. - Poultry and Eggs
Phone 68F40 Kettlersville
"Put off today what you can do
FFA 23 Track 43 Travel Club 4
in Sipteinber of 3943 we entered Anna High School, as freshman. During this
Lf is total of 44 members, with 8 from Kettlersviile and 9 from McCarty-
,, -,ur class sponsor was Mr. M. D. Hall. In October we initiated and
1 3 :ine fuii-fledged members of Anna High.
ijlificers chosen for our first year in High School were: President, Bill
ixveitzerg Vice President, John Ratermang Secretary, Mary Kathryn Billing, Treasurer
Charles Elsass, and Student Council, Helen Heath and Ronald Zook.
Our Freshniim assembly '.'f:is in the form Of a Minstrel. Special acts were done
inemiiers of the class.
Bn Decfirpiber 17, we were highly honored by having Myrtle Seigle as Home-
coming Queen. She chose as her escort Bob Nasemtin.
VVF were sorry to lose one of our classmates, Mary Kathryn Billing, who was
killed in :Ln auto accident March 5, l949.
We returned in i949 with a total enrollment of 36 members. Our sponsor was
Mr. C. A. Winegardner. After the class was organized the following officers were
chosen: President, David Counts, Vice President, Bob Inderriedeng Secretary,
Caroline Gritzmakerg Treasurer, Janet Soelmann, Student Council, Neoma Petrosky
:intl John Boyer.
On March 25, we gave our class assembly. We opened the program with several
popular songs, sung by the class. After the the play, f'Bobby Sox" was given.
On January 21, we held our annual Homecoming with four members of our class
taking part., They were: Janet Soelmann, Queen, Bob Naseman, her escort, Myrtle
Seigle, retiring Queen, and John Boyer her escort..
Several parties were enjoyed this year which were given by the class.
When we re-entered school in September, 1950. It hardly seemed possible
that we were Juniors already. We immediately elected class officers, as there
were some pretty big events to take place this year. Our officers were: President,
Charles Elsass, Vice President, Bob Naseman, Secretary, Neoma Petroskyg Treasurer
Myrtle Seigle, Student Council, Joan Fogt and Bob Westerbeck. Our sponsor was Mr.
A Junior Play, "Brides to Burn," was chosen, and on December 15 and 29 was
given by the two separate casts. The characters were:
Letitia Gundy ............ ........... ........ A nn Sayre, Joan Kah
Gilroy Garfield Gundy . . . . . . Bob Naseman, Charles Elsass
Clarice Borland ....... . . . Julia Schilling, Nancy Boyer
Trudi Borland ..... ..... J anet Soelmann, Myrtle Seigle
Fats Fulton .... ........ R onald Zook, Ernest Heintz
Hap Hazard . . . ....... Bob Westerbeck, Wilbur Wiley
Sue Prentis . . . . . . Caroline Gritzmaker, Mildred Liess
Hotchkiss ....... ....... J ohn Raterman, Leo Thaman
Sapolia Pipp ...... ....... M artha Fogt, Mary Grilliot
Madame Gasparillia . . ....... Neoma Petrosky, Joan Fogt
Dr. Jonesby ...... . . Louis Christman, Clifford Grieves
The Best of Good Wishes from RHEES CLOTHES
The Best in Young Men's Wear
The annual Homecoming Game was held on December 15. Janet Soelmann, the
retiring queen, graciously presented her crown to another member of our class,
Neoma Petrosky. They chose as their escorts Tommy Kuck and Bob Boyer, respec-
May 22 was the day all juniors and seniors had looked forward to, the Junior-
Senior Prom. This was a very wonderful affair which took quite a lot of work on the
Junior's part, but we were proud of the results.
As May rolled by we completed another year. But we could look forward to
coming back in September as "Dignified Seniors".
In September we started our senior, and the final year of our high school
career. Our class consisted of 29 pupils, and our sponsor was Mr. Luther E. Fogt.
Our class officers chosen were: President, Bob Naseman, Vice President John
Ratermang Secretary, Joan Kahg Treasurer, Julia Schilling, Student Council, Myrtle
Seigle and Charles Elsass.
The Homecoming Game was held January 18. Again the queen was chosen from
our Senior Class. Irva Hawkins, Queen, chose as her escort Bob Westerbeck, and
retiring Queen, Neoma, chose Bob Naseman as her escort.
On May 8 we gave the Senior Play. We enjoyed the Junior-Senior Prom which
was given in our honor.
On May 25 Baccalaureate was held, and on May 26 we received our diplomas
at Commencement. Our high school career was ended, but we knew we would never
forget Anna High.
Well, having worked for 15 years, we finally got enough dough together to take
our long-awaited trip. Little did we know the outcome. Where to go? Natch, to that
ever-growing city of Anna! Having saved and saved, we decided to splurge this once
and so chartered the new 1970 Fly-by-Sky plane, since it was the very latest! ! For
those in the dark, it was just constructed by Neoma Petrosky, that famous scientific
inventor. fHer schemes were bound to get her somewherej.
Packed and all ready, we boarded early in order to chat with the pilot and co-
pilot. 1AhemmJ. They turned out to be Wilbur Wiley and Leo Thaman, falways up
in the air over something.J Seeing this, we nearly decided to go by train but decided
to take the risk. And so ---- we were off!
So shortly, we saw a brilliant looking thing sitting alone and decided to keep
her company. What a shock! It was Ann Sayre, superintendent of the new "Wester-
beck School of Music", started by Robert Westerbeck, this yelling made him famous! !
Back to Ann, she had just come from Washington where she, always interested in the
government, had had a conference with the Congressmen, Harold Elsass, and Ernie
Heintz about her new Sayre Theory, which was supposed to be as good as Finstein's.
Having chatted awhile, we rang for the hostesses, who turned out to be Bonnie Flinn
and Mildred Leiss. They informed us that we were just coming into Anna, so we
looked out, and --- oh --- what a metropolis! It sure had grown.
SHANK SHOE CO.
Having landed, tsafely too! ll we decided to rest up awhile. So we tried to
find a nice hotel, and finally decided to plant ourselves at the best, which was the
"Inderriden Inn" run by Robert Inderrieden. It was simply teeming with cele-
brities, who were welcoming Dave Counts home from his hunting expedition in
the under growths of Africa. As we were trying to enter, we noticed bobby soxers
oohing and aahing and decided to investigate. Were we ever surprised! In the
midst of them was John Boyer! Yes, he made the movies! His manager, Howard
Roediger, was there also, trying in vain, to quiet the crowd. We, always giddy,
got Mr. Boyer's autograph and stumbled on.
After shining up, we sat down to rest awhile QOoh, our dogs! ll Then we
noticed a distinguished looking man peering mysteriously at different people. Being
inquisitive, we asked him for his reason for doing such and found out he was Louis
Christman, a private hotel detective from the "Sneaky Detective Agency, " which
wasn't doing too good, because their best detective, Mary Hulsmeyer, had run off
to get married and they couldn't find anyone good enough to replace her.
While reading that world famous newspaper, the Grieves Gazette, published
by Clifford Grieves, the famous editor, we were startled to see the headlines
which informed us that Caroline Gritzmaker was confined to the hospital which
was built by the great architect, Frank Counts. Caroline was suffering from shock
after trying to land a space ship on Mars. Her assistant, Mary Grilliot was carry-
ing out her plans by taking the new Gritzmaker to Venus.
Part of our sight seeing tour took us to the Hawkin's Hospital, financed by
Irva Hawkins who became a millionaire overnight with her new super mud pack,
which keeps you looking young forever. Venturing inside we were swept away by
the janitor sweeping the lobby, and low and behold there was Ronald Zook working
himself to the bone for his wife and children at home. There we found Joan Kah
serving as superintendent of nurses. After a short visit with Caroline we con-
tinued our tour. The next stop was at the monument, which was erected in honor
of Chuck Elsass, for his faithful baby sitting service that he rendered to the city.
We were privileged in hearing one of Julia Schilling's campaign speeches with
which she hopes to gain the title of President of the Talkers Association. In the
evening we attended the world premiere of "The Seigle Story," portraying the
life of Myrtle Seigle, the first woman All-American. We chatted briefly with
Robert Naseman, who is now the private hair dresser of .Tanet Soelmann, since
she gained millions with her chemical that changes the gold in fish to variegated
Stepping on to the street, we were approached by John Raterman patiently
waiting to take us to Martha's Blue Room in his Raterman Rover, the baby size
Crosby convertible. The Blue Room, Anna's most prominent restaurant, is
owned and operated by Martha Fogt, doing very nicely as the hostess of this vast
With the satisfaction that the class of "52" has been very successful in
its post-graduate work and life, we snuggled down in our bed thinking our long-
awaited trip had been worth while.
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I'll be darn!
I don't know!
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I'll be darned!
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People who talk
Girls who smoke
People that argue
Lack of money
Smart Alec Women
Getting up in the
C onceited girls
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Complete Banking Service
Getting in trouble
Hunting and fishing
Here and there
Mary's Beauty Shop
Mary's Beauty Shop
Any place in the U.S.
W. D. Anspaugh's
Losing my temper
Losing my temper
Lack of memory
Hitting head on doorway
Staying out late
Going with girls
MfSgt. in Air Force
Home Ec. teacher
U. S. Navy
Fly jets in Air Force
Live on a ranch
Compliments to Senior Class of 1952
Wm. H. Stottlemyer
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I, John Raterman, bequeath my ability to chew gum during school
without being noticed by the teachers to Aubrey Martin.
1, Julia Schilling, bequeath to Sharon Black my red hair and
I, David Counts, bequeath to Kenny Curtis my ability to re-
sist all girls but one.
I, Mildred Liess, bequeath my ability to get along with other
people to Judy Becher.
I, Janet Soelmann, bequeath my odd cackle to Shirley Curtis.
I, Ronald Zook, bequeath my stupendous knowledge of any subject
to all the teachers of Anna High.
I, Frank Counts, bequeath my ability to walk to school everyday
and get here on time to all the Juniors living in town.
I, Neoma Petrosky, bequeath my unforgettable funfortunatelyl
laugh to Janet Egbert with the hope that she can forget it.
I, Louis Christman, bequeath to all the Juniors my quietness.
I, Leo Thaman, bequeath to Ruth Schroer my height.
I, Martha Fogt, bequeath my ability to chatter about my one
and only, whoever it may be, to Shirley Bell.
I, Bob Westerbeck, bequeath to all Junior boys my ability to
drive sanely with one hand on the wheel.
I, Mary Grilliot, bequeath my mischievous acts to make school
days as much fun as I can to Patty Maurer.
I, Clifford Grieves, bequeath my physique to George Diehm.
I, Caroline Gritzmaker, bequeath my ability to be a cheer-
leader to anyone in the Junior class.
I, John Boyer, bequeath my ability to get into trouble and my
carefree manner to Donald Knasel.
I, Mary Hulsmeyer, bequeath to Virginia Brockman my ability
to sleep in English class.
I, Harold Elsass, bequeath my modesty and blushes to the
I, Ann Sayre, bequeath my sarcastic remarks and ambition to
become a teacher to LaVerta Buehler.
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I, Chuck Elsass, bequeath m ability to talk politics and
know which man is the best Rbemocrats naturally! to Paul
I, Joan Kah, bequeath my ability to miss the bus every
morning to Lois Schmitz.
I, Ernie Heintz, bequeath my glasses to anyone who needs
them in the Junior Class.
I, Myrtle Seigle, bequeath my smooth dancing ability to
I, Bob Naseman, bequeath my office as president of the
Senior class to any Junior capable of holding it.
I, Wilbur Wiley, bequeath to Ronald Schultz my freckles
and my ability to out-stare anyone.
I, Howard Roediger, bequeath my ability to stay home two
or three days a week in the spring to work on the farm to
I, Irva Hawkins, bequeath my ability to resist all men to
I, Bob Inderrieden, bequeath my athletic ability to Loren
Remember the time:
in the first grade when Judy got sent out into the hall?
in the second grade when we raised moths and butterflies ?
in the third grade when we sent a worm to Louisiana and back?
in the fourth grade when we brought our lunches to school?
in the fifth grade when John had to straighten the teacher's
stocking seam ?
in the sixth grade when anyone who talked got slapped?
in the seventh grade when we finally entered Junior Hi?
in the eighth grade when we almost won the Junior Championship?
in the ninth grade when we staggered through Initiation?
in the tenth grade when we had some picnics at Judy's house ?
in the eleventh grade when we returned the Chemistry equipment
to the people it belonged to ?
in the twelfth grade when we reversed the home room ?
Colors: Navy Blue and White
Class Flower: White Rose
Motto: Now we have launchedg where shall we anchor ?
KETTLERSVILLE GRAIN COMPANY
Grain, Feeds, Flour, Seeds, Coal
Fertilizer, Fence, Etc.
Bottom Row: Pat Maurer, Shirley Curtis, Ruth Schroer, Martha Ell,
Second Row: Carolyn Stottlemyer, George Diehm, Marlene Grilliot,
Paul Richardson, Mr. Schilling.
Third Row: LaVerta Buehler, Shirley Bell, Loren Zimpfer, Julia
Becker, Lois Schmidt.
Fourth Row: Janer Egbert, Aubrey Martin, Orville Watercutter,
Roland Schultz, Kenny Curtis, Virginia Brockman.
President - - ....... Roland Schultz
Vice President . Carolyn Stottlemyer
Secretary .... ..... L ois Schmidt
Treasurer . . . . .Marlene Grilliot
East High St.
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Bottom Row: Joan Doseck, Louise Counts, Joan Allen, Barbara Hawkins,
Wayne Wilt, Carol Watercutter, Patricia Bertch, Lois Lacy, Beulah
Second Row: Janice Elsass, Larry Bell, Carol Carmen, Barbara Wilt,
Sara Shaw, Ralph Inderrieden, Patty Clark, Susan Fogt.
Third Row: Farris Van Horn, Donald Schwartz, Earl Vance, Donald Flinn,
Beverly Wrigley, Gayla Bambauer, Thelma Hulsmeyer, Carol Fogt.
Fourth Row: l-almer Sengel, Ronald Jacoby, Robert Raterman, Bill
McCormic, Willard Heintz, Randy Crumpler, James Hulsmeyer.
Fifth Row: Raumond Barnhorst, Fred Grieves, Donald Smitmeyer, Homer
Stengel, Alfred Schroeder, Emerson Kruse, Roland Kettler, Teacher-Mr.
C LASS OFFICERS
President ............. Randy Crumpler
Vice President . . .... Ronald Jacoby
Secretary ..... . . .Barbara Hawkins
Treasurer .... . . . Carol Carmen
Student Council . . . . . . Louise Counts
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Phone 18 Anna, Ohio
it SEVENTH GRADE
Bottom Row: Paul Young, Virginia Zimpher, Terry Fogt, Wayne Dunn, Larry
Finkinbine, Richard Harman, Patricia Smith.
Second Row: Carol Wrigley, Linda Finkenbine, Mary Laine Finkenbine, Bobby
Billing, Larry Billing, William Harshbarger, Larry Wilt, Jerry Turner
Third Row: Sara Fogt, Hazel Wrigley, Donna Hulsmeyer, Charles Close, Daniel
Fogt, Betty Lou Ailes, Patricia Liess, Daniel Counts
Fourth Row: Marion Etta Martin, Gerald Counts, Sandra Ellis, Janice Gross,
John Adkins, Dorothy Nolte, Harriett Stutsman.
Teacher: Mrs. Kohlmeyer.
C LASS OFFICERS
President ......... Hazel Wrigley
Vice President ...... Bobby Billing
Secretary ...... . . .Sandra Ellis
. .Terry Fogt
Student Council ...... Larry Billing
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For the Best in Lumber
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Bottom Row: Gary Tirey, Beverly Cotterman, Kenneth Pulfer, Jerry Akins,
Elizabeth Counts, Philip Lenhart. .
Second Row: Viola Phillips, Maretta Reeves, Ada Allen, Ivan Elsass, Daniel
Taylor, Noami Stottlemyer, David Lillard.
Third Row: Shelby Snider, Lawrence Carman, Joy Lillard, Michael Richard-
son, Dolores Elsass, Alberta Hawkins, Mary Inderrieden.
Fourth Row: Marvel Knasel, Katherine Schmidt, Warren Stangel, Frances
Martin, Julia Shaw.
Teacher: Mr. Pfaadt.
Bottom Row: Patsy Howell, Suzanne Kirk, Chalcey Wolfe, Alice Zimpfer,
Larry Hagelberger, Carrol Howell, Marilyn Billing. '
Second Row: Becky Ordean, Sharron Elsass, Kay Davis, Kenneth Mouk, Judy
Wright, Ronald Westerbeck, Arthur Fogt.
Third Row: Billy Wells, Jimmy Wentz, Linda Snider, Rebecca I-Iarshbarger,
Vera Bevans, Sandra Finkenbine, Betty Cotterman, Stanley Fogt.
Fourth Row: Janet Farley, Gary Elsass, Clarence Pfaadt, Joe Kies, Harold
Klopfenstein, Donald Laws, James Sayre.
Fifth Row: Sally Wildermuth, Edward Wolfe, Betty Owens, Vivian vans,
James Harshbarger, Larry Schaffer, Patty Zumbrum.
Teacher: Mrs. Leady.
LOCHARD HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING INC.
Chrysler Airtemp G. E. Appliances
Phone 8234-l Sidney, Ohio
Bottom Row: Homer Stutsman, Thelma Gritzmaker, Woodrow Stutsman, Velma
Gritzmaker, Jean Heilers, Jerry Counts, Hannah Egbert, Rosemary Naseman.
Second Row: Barbara Watkins, Wayne Gross, Bill Bushman, Dale Egbert, Earl
Schmitz, Bob Doseck, Kay Billing, Bill Magateaux.
Third Row: Sally Wentz, Sharon Fogt, Mary Ell, Mary Liess, Shirley Hull,
Eddie McDona1, Dave Diehm, Nancy Owens, Carolyn Schmidt.
Fourth Row: James Counts, Ronald Wiley, Jay Sharp, John Meyer, Donald Sommer
Helen Elsass, Barbara Creekbaum, Shirley Fogt.
Fifth Row: Jim Tirey, Mary Jane Sayre, Agnes Esser, Martha Wrigley, Janet
Schmidt, Anna Cotterman, Thecla Albers, Nettie Wesson.
Teacher: Mr. Turner.
President ...... ...... E d Bushman
Vice President ......... Ed McDona1
Secretary ............ Hanna Egbert
Treasurer ....... Thelma Gritzmaker
Student Council ..... Velma Gritzmaker
THE SWANDERS FARMERS ELEVATOR co.,
R. R. 4 Sidney, Ohio Phone 7480-3
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Bottom Row. James Lenhart, Harold Leady, Faye Ludwig, Max Vance, Edward
King, Thomas Schilling, Barbara Lilliard, Mickey Ordean.
Second Row: Lola Heintz, Roger Hawkins, Loretta Bell, Billy Van Horn, Mary
Christman, Ronald Klopfenstein, Judy Sharp, Dale Schaffer.
Third Row: Carol Harman, Herman Allen, Mary Phillips, Charles McClaskey,
Shirley Christman, Richard Young, Anna Stottlemyer, Owen Carman.
Fourth Row: Sarah Allen, Melvin Allen, James Best, Patty Boyer, Delores
Timeus, Myron Copeland, Larry Fogt.
Teacher: Mr. Lower.
Absent: John Zimpfer, Douglas Farley.
C LASS OFFICERS
President ......... . Dale Schaffer
Vice President ..... Mary Christman
Secretary ........ Shirley Christman
Treasurer .... .... M ickey Ordean
Student Council. . ..... Judy Sharp
Good Food--Open 24 Hrs.
Phone Sidney 7584-3
Bottom Row: Paul Ludwig, John Davidson, Sylvia Lenhart, El-:lon Vance, Jean
Howell, Teddie Ludwig, Donald Leiss, Billy Ginn,
Second Row: Donald Inderrieden, Kenneth Wiley, Tom Allen, Junior Blue,
Linda Vtrigley, Sondra Bertsch, Vicki Fogt, Beverly Fogt, Nancy Fridley,
Third Row: Rachel Harshbarger, Mary Allen, Elaine Bender, Brenda Boll,
Henry Harshbarger, Robert Zumbrum, Howard Petroslcy, Anita Schwartz.
Fourth Row: Suzanne Grieves, Roger McClaskey, Linda Tirey, Robert May,
Dennis Barker, Richard Watkins, James Knasel, Donald Richardson, Karen Roeser,
Teacher: Mrs. Blanke.
Bottom Row: Karen Wilt, Eldore Allen, David Fogt, Frank Richeson, Elaine
Wrigley, Ronald Liess, Alden Stinger, Julia Fogt, James Smith.
Second Row: Frederich Wel1s,Judith Heiland, Janet Knasel, Jean Edwards,
Sandra Gross, Dorothy Elsass, Bruce Ailes, Carol Bender.
Third Row: Roger Carman, Susie Boyer, Paul Snider, Judith Ann Wilsman,
Nancy Heintz, Roger Zimpfer, Carolyn Cooper, Joy Kay.
Fourth Row: Louis Nolte, Richard Fogt, Gary Gross, Roger Lentz, Dennis
Lucas, Wayne Copeland, Ronald Stengel, Thomas Schmitz, Richard Wolfe,
Teacher: Mrs. McCullough.
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Sidney, Ohio Phone 8234-l
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Sgc?oJndyRoi-:E John Fridley, Rita Finkenbine, George Stinger, Teddy Eshleman
Mary Lou Watkins, Ralph Heiland.
Third Row: Lester Zumbrum, Paul Harshbarger, Tommy Hagelberger, Caro-
l' e Inderrieden Bruce Kies.
Pglourth Row: .Terry Allen, Emerson Van Horn, Donald Bryant, Larry Allen,
Teacher: Lela Minniear.
Bottom Row: Richard Eshleman, Shirley Leiss, Mable Allen, Ned Edwards,
Joyce Hamaker, Dianna Webb, Ned Davidson.
Second Row: Sherrill Allen, Melson Wolf, Delphis Richardson, Joyce Soll-
mann, Clarannetta Smedley, Kathy Wentz, Logan Owens.
Third Row: Duglass Schaffer, Mereida Copeland, Jerry Lenhart, Tommy
Kiser, David Inderrieden, Patty Fogt, Rosalee Harshbarger.
Fourth Row: Barbara Bertsch, Linda Zimpfer, Judith Gary Lentz, Andrew
Teacher: Mrs. Voress.
Compliments of WENTZ BROS. CHEVROLET
Sales - Service
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Bottom Row: Wayne Wilt, Paul Richardson, Bob Westerbeck, Charles Elsass,
Second Row: John Boyer, Bob Inderreden, Kenny Curtis, Woodrow Stutsman,
Third Row: Don Schwarz-Mgr., Loren Zimpher, .Tim Hulsmeyer, Lee Turner.
Absent: Bob Naseman, Homer Stutsman, Bob Doseck.
The Rockets has a very successful season in baseball. We boast a 6-1
record which was the best in the county, thus we gained top honors in baseball.
Coach Turner who just came to our school this year did a very good job of pilot-
ing the team thru a successful year. Next spring the team will participate in the
district tourney at Springfield.
SEASON'S RECORD The players and their positions
ANNA 8 Green 2 John Boyer Outfield
ANNA 6 Russia 4 Bob Inderrieden Pitcher St Third Base
ANNA 1 Perry 5 Charles Elsass Catcher
ANNA 6 Jackson 4 Bob Westerbeck Second Base
ANNA 4 Ft. Loramie 3 Bob Naseman Pitcher 8: First Base
ANNA 8 Houston 4 Aubrey Martin Utility
ANNA 18 Botkins 1 Loren Zimpher Pitcher
I- aul Richardson Short Stop
Kermeth Curtis Outfield
.Tim Hulsmeyer Outfield
Compliments to the Senior Class Wayne Wilt Outfield
SIDNEY HI-WAY MARKET Ronald Wiley Outfield
Sidney, Ohio Woodrow Stutsman Outfield
Homer Stutsman Outfield
Bob Doseck Outfield
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P. F. Sarver, Proprietor
"Everything in Music'
109 North Main Ave.
Sidney, Ohio Phone 7675-1
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GERBER'S FOOD CENTER
Lockers, Self-Service, Market, Lunch Bar
Slaughtering, Curing, Smoking, and Rendering
Phone 131 J Botkins, Ohio
Caroline Susie Patty Mary
SMITTY'S RADIO, TV Sz GIFT SHOP
Motorola, Emerson, Sunbeam
The Rockets Basketball team had a very successful season of play. They
won eleven out of sixteen games. The League championship for the season is
also one of the honors held by the team. In the league Anna won six and lost
only to Houston. The varsity club will face off against Botkins in our first
game of the tournament.
The Reserve team did very well this season. They also turned in a re-
cord of eleven victories and five losses. They won the county reserve league
title with a total of seven victories and no losses. This entitles them to a
In the tourney scuffle the Rockets came out second best in the runners-
up position. In the first game we won from Botkins by a one point margin 55-54.
They staged 21 last quarter spurge which almost proved fatal. In the next game
we subdued Jack:-:on Center by the score of 61-51. Next we played Houston for
the championship. We were defeated 39-443 thus Houston became the tourney
Due to the defeat by Houston we now played Perry for runners -up. We
won this game 58-51.
The R-it-kets received four of the five trophies awarded, so they need not
feel too bad.
Now we have drawn to play Concord in the District tournament. They are
the ch.unp:-- from Champaign County.
The personal scoring records for the varsity are as follows: Bob Inder-
rieden-270. Loren Zimpfer-177, Kenneth Curtis-169, John Boyer-153, Chuck
Elsass-151, Bob Naseman-54, Bob Westerbeck-49, Dave Counts-30.
Lakeview 29 - ANNA 43 f-"""y
cridersviiie 65 - ANNA 43 y' ll
St. Henry 61 - ANNA 42 ,K
JACKSON 32 - ANNA 51 ,""'1 j if
Jackson tD1irkeJ 50 - ANNA 60 ,ffm . A il
GREEN 40 - ANNA 54 'yn-l' '
Holy Angels 45 - ANNA 43 ff
RUSSIA 33 - ANNA 66
Minster 93 - ANNA 51 I
PERRY 34 - ANNA 65 A
New Knoxville 49 - ANNA 58 ll
FT. LORAMIE 33 P- ANNA 55 My '-
gl New Bremen 38 - ANNA 61 l M,
, pl BOTKINS 38 - ANNA 40 ' A
HOUSTON 53 - ANNA 46 y Q
A Buckland 62 - ANNA 83 ,Ji
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PATTON HATCHERY Sz POULTRY FARM
North Dixie Drive Route 25
Phone 7590-l Sidney, Ohio
Seated: Jerry Counts, Jim Tirey, Aubry Martin, Kay Billings, Wayne
Standing: Don Schwartz, Clif Grieves, Jim Hulsmeyer, Paul Richardson
Willard Heintz, Coach Lee Turner.
Lakeview 36 ANNA
Cridersville 44 ANNA
St. Henry 29 ANNA
J. Center 38 ANNA
Jackson 37 ANNA
Green 20 ANNA
Holy Angels 17 ANNA
Russia 17 ANNA
Minster 58 ANNA
Perry 36 ANNA
N. Knoxville 41 ANNA
Ft. Loramie 27 ANNA
New Bremen 36 ANNA
Houston 28 ANNA
Bucklan 40 ANNA
JOHNSON MOTOR INCORPORATED
Lincoln Mercury Dealer
117 West Court St. Phone 2117-1 Sidney, Ohio
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row: Larry Billing, Jerry Turner, Ronald Klopfenstein, Myron Copeland,
Richard Young, John 'Zimpfer, Richard Harman.
Second Row: James Bertsch, Terry Fogt, James Lenhart, Larry Wilt, Danny
Fogt, Max Vance, William Harshbarger, Bobby Billing, Mr. Turner.
BOTKINS HARDWARE CO.
Farm Implements - Farm Supplies
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Bottom Row: Ruth Schroer, Carolyn Schmidt, Joan Doseck, Patricia
Bertsch, Newsreporterg Janice Elsass.
Second Row: Carol Watercutter, Treasurer, La Verta Buehler, His-
toriang Carol Carman, Beulah Braun.
Third Row: Sara Shaw, Secretary: Carol Fogt, Julia Becher, Parlia-
mentariang Lois Schmidt, Vice Presidentg Virginia Brockman, Presi-
Top Row: Agnes Esser, Janet Egbert, Gayla Baumbauer, Thelma Huls-
meyer, Miss Barr, Advisor.
Absent: Shirley Hull, Sally Wentz, Nettie Mae Wisson, Barbara Hawkins.
ANNA FARMER'S EXCHANGE
Dealers in Feeds - Seeds - -Grain
Fertilizer and Farm Machinery
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Bottom Row: Alfred Schroeder, Palmer Stangel, Ray Bornhorst, Homer
Stangel, Ronald Kettler.
Second Row: Bob Doseck, Roland Schultz, Treasurerg Orville Water-
cutter, Don Schmitmeyer, Reporter, Dale Egbert.
Third Row: Emerson Kruse, Sentinel, Jay Sharp, Bill Bushman, Wayne
Gross, John Meyer, Fred Grieves.
Fourth Row: Mr. Horstman, Advisor, Frank Counts, President,
Clifford Grieves, Secretary, David Counts, Bob Westerbeck, James
Absent: Donald Knasel, Louis Christman, Vice-President.
Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables
Phone 65-.T Anna, Ohio
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Bottom Row: Shirley Curtis, Sara Shaw, Patty Maurer, V. Pres., Larry
ll C ol n Stottlemyer Lib ' Martha Wrigley, Lois Lacy.
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Second Row: Susan Fogt, Treas.g La Verta Buehler, Janet Egbert, Janice
Elsass, Wayne Gross, Willard Heintz.
Third Row: Miss Mueller, Dir., Barbara Wilt, Patty Clark, Rep., Mary
Jane Sayre, John Raterman, Cus.g Caroline Gritzmaker.
Fourth Row: Sally Wentz, Mary Hulsmeyer, Pres., Thelma Hulsmeyer,
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Majorettes: Virginia Brockman, Judy Becker, Beverly Wrigley, y
THE MIAMI GRAIN AND FEED CO.
Grain - Seed - Feed - Salt
Bottom Row: Wilbur Wiley, Howard Roediger, Bob Westerbeck, Ann Sayre
Julia Schilling, Mary Hulsmeyer.
Second Row: Ronald Zook, Farris Van Horn, Larry Bell, Bill Magateaux,
Donald Schwartz, Willard Heintz.
Third Row: Hanna Egbert, Thelma Gritzmaker, Velma Gritzmaker, Jean
Heilers, Mary Jane Sayre, Sharon Fogt, Martha Wrigley.
Fourth Row: Pat Maurer, Rose Mary Naseman, Janet Egbert, Virginia
Brockman, Lois Schmidt, Joanne Doseck, Lois Lacy, Beverly Wrigley.
Fifth Row: Nettie Wesson, Shirley Curtis, La Verta Buehler, Ruth Ann
Schroer, Sharon Black, Carolyn Stottlemyer, Marlene Grilliot, Thelma
Hulsmeyer, Gayla Bambauer.
Director: Miss Mueller.
Plate Lunches, Fountain Service, Short Orders
Bottom Row: Virginia Zimpher, Sara Fogt, Faye Ludwig, Patty Smith,
Linda Finkenbine, Carol Wrigley, Barbara Lilliard, Betty Lou Ailes.
Second Row: Mary Lane Finkebine, Ronald Klopfenstein, Marian Etta
Martin, Sondra Ellis, Hazel Wrigley, Harriet Stutsman, Mary Phillips,
Third Row: Mary K. Christman, Patty Boyer, Judy Sharp, Carole Harman,
Dorothy Nolte, Loretta Bell, Anna Stottlemeyer, Donna Hulsmeyer.
Fourth Row: Miss Mueller, Myron Copeland, Danny Fogt, Dale Schaffer,
Larry Fogt, Owen Carman, Max Vance, Roger Hawkins.
Bottom Row: Larry Wilt, Jerry Counts, Judy Sharp, Mary Christman
Carol Harman, Barbara Lillard.
Second Row: Faye Ludwig, Lola Heintz, Hazel Wrigley, Anna Stottle-
myer, Billy Harshbarger, Richard Harman, Eddie King.
Third Row: Carol Wrigley, Judy Shaw, Patty Boyer, Sandra Ellis,
Marian Etta Martin, Ronald Klopfenstein, Mary Phillips.
Fourth Row: Larry Fogt, Tommy Schilling, Loretta Bell, Miss
Absent: James Bertsch.
The Best of Good Wishes from RHEES CLOTHES
The Best in Young Men's Wear
Mr. Stewart, Advisor, Marion Etta Martin, Velma Gritzmaker, Louise
Counts, Charles Elsass, Pres., Kenny Curtis, V. Pres., Janet Egbert,
Myrtle Seigle, Treas.g Judy Sharp, Sec'yg Larry Bell, Larry Billing
and David Diehm.
Bottom Row: Louise Counts, V. Pres., Carol Fogt, Reporter, Patty
Clark, Willard Heintz, Pres., Paul Richardson.
Second Row: Barbara Wilt, Gayla Bambauer, Treas.g Susan Fogt,
Sec'y.3 Barbara Hawkins, Lois Lacy, Jean Heilers.
Third Row: Shirley Fogt, Rosemary Naseman, Martha Wrigley,
Janet Schmitz, Helen Elsass.
Fourth Row: Mr. Carroll, Robert Raterman, Sharon Fogt, Mary
Jane Sayre, Mary Ell, Shirley Bell.
LESTER MARTIN St SONS MEAT MARKET
Home Killed Meat
Phone 20 Anna, Ohio
Editors-in-Chief . .
Assistant Editors . .
Senior Class Editor
Art Editor ........
Business Manager . . .
Club Editors .....
Activities Editor . .
Grades Editor . . .
Class Editor ......
. . . . Neoma Petrosky, Ann Sayre
. . . .Julia Schilling, John Raterman
. . . . Myrtle Seigle
. . Mary Grilliot, Bob Westerbeck
. . . . . . . . . Caroline Gritzmaker
. . . . . . . Bob Naseman, Howard Roediger
Advertising Manager . . .................... Charles Elsass
Sales ........... . . Irva Hawkins, Ernest Heintz, Wilbur Wiley
Sports Editor .... ...................... R onald Zook
Sponsor ..... . . . ............ Mr. Joe Lower
ENGLISH STUDIOS, INC.
. . . . . Pat Maurer, Marlene Grilliot
News Editors ....
Club Editors . . .
Sports Editor . . .
Class Editor. . .
Art Editor . . .
Features . .
Circulation. . .
Distributing . . .
Reporters . . .
Typists . .
Sponsor . .
. . . . . . Martha Ell, Shirley Bell
. . . Shirley Curtis, Julia Schilling
. . . Ronald Zook, Roland Schultz
. .. ......... . Lois Schmidt
. . . . . . . . . . . Paul Richardson
. . . Ann Sayre, Neoma Petrosky
. . . . Sharon Black, Julia Becher
. . . . . . . . Ruth Schroer, Laverta Buehler
. . . Bob Naseman, Louise Counts, Patty Clark
Shirley Hull, Faye Ludwig, Tom Schilling
. . . . . . Janet Soelmann, Caroline Gritzmaker, Mary
Grilliot, Joan Kah, Julia Schilling, Neoma
Petrosky, Myrtle Seigle, Bonnie Flinn, Martha Fogt
ANNA FARMER'S EXCHANGE CO.
Feeds, Seeds, Grain, Fertilizer and Machinery
Bottom Row: Joan Allen, Myrtle Seigle, Sec'yg Mary Grilliot, Caroline
Gritzmaker, Pres., Janet Soelman, Treas.g Martha Ell, Julia Becker,
V. Pres., Mary Phillips, Loretta Bell, Anna Stottlemeyer, Carol Wrigley,
Dorothy Molte, Sarah Allen, Beulah Brown.
Second Row: Shirley Fogt, Delores Timeus, Carole Harman, Lola Heintz,
Virginia Zimpfer, Sara Fogt, Shirley Christman, Harriett Stutsman, Mary
Laine Finkenbine, Faye Ludwig.
Third Row: Netta Mae Wesson, Martha Fogt, Patricia Bertsch, Barbara
Hawkins, Mildred Liess, Julia Schilling, Sandra Ellis, Hazel Wrigley,
Marion Etta Martin, Betty Lou Ailes, Patricia Liess, Patricia Smith,
Mickey Ordean, Martha Wrigley, Agnes Esser, Carol Watercutter, Mrs.
Fourth Row: Helen Elsass, Thecla Albers, Carolyn Schmidt, Janet Schmidt,
Rosemary Naseman, Hannah Egbert, Thelma Gritzmaker, Velma Gritzmaker,
Jean Heilers, Mary Jane Sayre, Sharon Fogt, Barbara Wilt, Sara Shaw,
Barbara Creekbaum, Barbara Watkins.
Fifth Row: Anna Cotterman, Shirley Hull, Carol Carmen, Mary Ellen
Liess, Nancy Owen, Shirley Bell, Virginia Brockman, Lois Schmidt,
Joan Doseck, Lois Lacy, Beverly Wrigley, Louise Counts, Susan Fogt-
Parli,, Mary Ell.
Sixth Row: Judy Sharp, Patty Boyer, Sally Wentz, Mary Christman, Shirley
Curtis, Laverta Buehler, Ruth Schroer, Historian, Sharon Black, Carolyn
Stottlemyer, Marlene Grilliot, Pat Maurer, Thelma Hulsmeyer, Gayla
Bambaurer, Patty Clark,
DORSEY NEVERGALL MOTOR SALES
Dodge-Plymouth 8: Dodge Trucks
Phone 7853-1 Sidney, Ohio
Left to right: Joan Kah, V. Pres., Caroline Gritzmaker, Treas John
Raterman, Song Leader, Mr. Stewart, Advisor, Bob Vvesterbeck, Parli
Ann Sayre, Historian, Irva Jean Hawkins, Sec'y.g Julia Schilling Re
porter, Charles Elsass, Pres., Shirley Curtis.
Absentg ,Marlene Grilliot.
Bottom Row: La Verta Buehler, Neoma Petrosky, Sec., Ann Sayre, Pre
Bill M t ' '
aga eaux, Martha Ell, Reporter, Shirley Bell, Sharon Fogt.
Second Row: Jim Tirey, Earl Vance, Emerson Kruse, Bob Raterman,
Bill McCormick, Ronny Kettler.
Third Row: Mr. Horstman, Earl Schmitz, .Terry Counts Kay Billing
Hannah Egbert, Mary Jane Sayre, Judy Becker Carol Vfatercutter. ,
Fourth Row: Shirley Fogt, Rosemary Naseman, Anna Cotterman, Mary
Ellen Liess Barbara H k'
, aw ins, Patty Bertsch, Sara Shaw, Barbara Wilt
Fifth Row: Beverly Wrigley, Ruth Schroer, Sharon Black, Treas.g
Marlene Grilliot, Vice Pres., Thelma Hulsmeyer, Gayla Bambauer,
Patty Clark, Susan Fogt, Mary Ell.
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MCCARTYVILLE GARAGE gl SERVICE STATION
Phone Anna 45-F-50
Now listen closely, boys!
Study Hall? ? ? ? ?
A stitch in time saves nine
Bang! Bang! Bang!
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Feeding time at the zoo
Congratulations to Class of 1952
BEN'S BAR and GRILL
Back to school again. KOh heckll
Yippee for the county fair! CNo schooll .
Class elections held.
Freshman Reception. Welcome to Anna!
Mr. English quoted prices on Senior pictures.
GueSS what SeniorS need mo St.
Seventh-Eighth Grade Party.
Seniors hauled junk. fOh what an odorll QThe junk
Freshman Class Party.
Band Mothers held "Amateur Show."
Seniors chose announcements. Juniors chose class rings.
"Bobo" the magician was here.
Grade cards fOh, how I hate to go home.J
Teacher's meeting. No school!
Mr. English took annual pictures. Say cheese!
FFA held scrap drive.
Junior Class Play "Crazy But Cute"
Senior Class Party Oh, what angels!
First basketball game. Beat Lakeview 43-29.
Junior Red Cross Program.
Student Council Show "The Howards of Virginia."
Thanksgiving vacation f'Those poor turkeys!"
Teachers and students still on loose.
Grade Operetta "When Toys Come To Life"
Latin Club Dance.
Got beat by St. Henry 61-42.
Torture sheets. Grade cards that is.
First league game with Jackson. We won 51-32.
Talk by nurse from St. Elizabeth School of Nursing.
Seventh grade party.
Beat Jackson CDarke Co.J 60-50.
Dayton Power gl Light Demonstration.
A.A.A. gave a dinner for patrol boys.
No school until after New Year's fYea for the snow,
Christmas, and New Year's.D
Vacation over. Back to the old grind.
Beat Green 54-40
Holy Angels beat us 45-43.
Donkey basketball game sponsored by Band Mothers.
D.A.R. test given. Four brains at work.
Russia got beat by us 66-38.
Defeated by Minster 51-93.
Girls GAA play volleg ball at Sidney. No comment.
We walloped Perry 6 -34.
Homecoming coronation and dance.
JOHNSON MOTOR INCORPORATED
Lincoln Mercury Dealer
Safe Buy Used Cars 5-
ll7 West Court St.
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Second Semester Begins
"Pennies from Heaven."
Beat New Knoxville.
GraVe cards. Did we pass the first half?
We won over Ft. Loramie.
Freshman Class Party.
Senior Scholarship Tests. Brains out to lunch! !
We won a close game from Botkins 40-38.
We lost to Houston 53-46.
Amia beat Botkins in tournament 55-54. Close one!
Anna beat Jackson.
Got beat by Houston.
Washington's birthday fno schooll.
Anna beat Perry in tournament. Hurrah, we're runners-up!
Mr. Schwinn gave a talk to the school.
Bad news! No school.
FHA Dance. Swing your partners!
High School Operetta. On Top of Old Smoky.
Good Friday. No school.
Grade cards forces on us.
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Brains of the school go to Miami to take
Senior Play presented by guess who '? ? 'P
Jr.-Sr. Banquet. Great time!
Last day of school for Seniors. KOh, boyll
Commencement. Seniors receive diplomas.
Last day of school for everyone. Awards and special
recognition given to whom it may concern. Goodbye
to the wonderful Seniors of "52". Seniors take off for
Washington and New York.
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Dealers in Feeds - Seeds - Grain
Fertilizer and Farm Machinery
THE QUEEN AND HER COURT
THE ROYAL COUPLE
HEMMERT OIL AND FUEL
TWO VIEWS OF THE GRAND MARCH
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HOME COMI G
Friday night, January l8, Perry came to battle with
us. Between the halves of the varsity game, the band
played special numbers and a square dance was presented
by the majorettes and cheerleaders.
After the game, special numbers were given to en-
tertain the audience. Those participating were: Shirley
Bell, Ruth Schroer, LaVerta Buehler, Janet Egbert, Mary
Ell, Fay Ludwig, and Paul Richardson.
The big event of the evening then took place, the
crowning of the queen. Neoma Petrosky, the retiring
queen, presented her crown, to Irva Hawkins, her beauti-
ful successor, whose royal escort was Bob Westerbeck.
Her royal attendants were: Hazel Wrigley, Judy Sharp,
Hannah Egbert, Carol Watercutter and Lois Schmidt.
They chose for their escorts: Daniel Fogt, Dale Egbert,
Don Swartz, Ronald Jacoby, Roland Schultz, and the re-
tiring queen's escort was Bob Naseman.
Susan Boyer and Joy Kah were flower girls.
The Grand March was led by the queen and her es-
cort with the spectators invited to join the march.
THE SWANDERS FARMERS ELEVATOR Co.
R' R- 4 Sidney, Ohio
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Compliments of PARK POULTRY
Phone 15 -J Botkins, Ohio
SIDNEY FLOWER SHOP
Cut Flowers gl Pot Plants
Sidney, Ohio '
Botkins Grain Sz Seed Co.
Sidney Sweet Shop
Electro Hygiene Co.
Althoff Oil Co.
Dixie Auto Parts
Miami Chick Hatchery, Inc.
First Federal Savings and Loan
Mary Ann's Beauty Shop
Francis Si Goffena
W. D. Anspaugh
FOGT FUEL 8: SUPPLY, INC.
Paints, Roofing, Coal
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