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ANNA HIGH SCHOOL CREED
I believe in Anna High School as an educational institution symboliz-
ing 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 qual-
ities 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.
We, the students of 1954, wish to dedicate this annual to Mr. Luther
Fogt, our Senior Class Sponsor, for his counseling, guidance, and sincere
understanding of the students during the past.
We learn to do by doing. Developing an annual provides an excellent
opportunity to learn as individuals, and also to learn to work cooperatively
The Annual Staff should feel highly elated over the successful accom
plishrnent of this cooperative endeavor.
C. E. Stewart, Superintendent
Milliette, M. D.-President
Wilson Stangel-Vice President
AND MERCHANTS BANK COMPANY
Member of the FDIC
Ohio Northern Univ.
ROSE MARY BARR
Ohio State Univ.
B.S. in Home Ec.
Ohio Northern Univ.
Bowling Green Univ.
MARIE E. MUELLER
Bowling Green Univ.
B.S. in Music
Christian Choral School
Ohio Northern Univ.
B.S. in Education
MARY AGNES BRANDEWIE LUTHER E- FOGT
Mount St. Joseph
Bachelor: of Music
College of Music
Univ. of Cincinnati
Darke County Normal
Ohio Northern Univ.
Ohio Northern Univ.
Anna, Ohio Phone G
B.S. in Education
Ohio State Univ.
Ohio State Univ.
B.S. in Education
Ohio State Univ.
Univ. of Cincinnati
Bowling Green Univ
Bowling Green Univ
B.S. in Education
Secretary-Patty Maurer Cooks-Mrs. Elsass, Mrs. Heiland
and Mrs. Reeves.
Compliments to the Senior Class
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A smile will go a long, long way.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45
Library 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Operetta
15 Latin Club 1, 25 Paper Staff 35
Annual Staff 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Junior
Play, Bacc. 1, 35 Comm. 1, 35 Travel
Club 45 Senior Scholarshipg D.A.R.
Testg Secretary 15 Treasurer 35 Home-
coming Queen 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3,
45 Travel Club 45 Vice-President 1.
What would the world be without
Basketball 2, 3. 45 Baseball 3, 45 Track
1, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 4'5 Student
Council 15 Vice-President 4.
Don't bother work till it bothers
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Travel Club 4.
While I breathe I hope.
Glee Club 15 G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 45 Band
15 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Operetta 15 Librari-
an 25 Homecoming Attendant 25 Bacc.
15 Comm. 15 Travel Club 45 Photo
Club 25 Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 45 Cheer-
I know a lot but I just can't think L
F. H. A.-1-2-3-4
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4
FARRIS VAN HORN-"Speed"
Always have a friend and you'll
never be without one.
F. F. A.-1
What would the world be without
F. F. A.--1-2-3-4
WILSON WATKINS Wilson .
Nothing attempted, nothing gained.
Never tell a lie
G. A. A.
F. H. A.
. . . unless it's
Between laughing and talking my
day is complete.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23
Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Library Club 3,
President, Science Club 33 Class Sec-
retary 35 Junior Play, Paper Staff,
Annual Staff, Travel Club, Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Oh! how I hate to get up in the
F.F.A. 13 Student Council 4, Travel
Club, Homecoming Usher 3.
Better grades through tougher
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 4.
If at first you don't succeed, try,
Baseball 1, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Glee
Club 2' Travel Club 4.
Allow me to speak what I honestly
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council 4, Comm. 1, 2, 3, An-
nual Staff 43 Travel Club 43 Class
Treasurer 15 Senior Scholarship Test
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Always ready for a good time.
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4
F. H. A.-1-2-3-4
Put off today what you may do to-'
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Never give up.
Live for todayg tomor
F. H. A.--1-2-3-4
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4
row will find
Laugh and the whole world laughs
Miami Scholarship Team--1-2-3
It is a friendly heart that has
plenty of friends.
F. F. A.-1-2-3-4
If we rest we rust.
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4
D. A. R.
Live for today, for tomorrow you
F. F. A.-1-2
A live wire is sometimes shockin
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4
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Enjoy yourself, it's later than you
Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Latin Club 25 Library Club 4, Travel
Club 45 Paper Staff 35 Annual Staff
4g Miami Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4: D.A.R.
45 Senior Scholarship Test: G.A.A.
2, 3, 4.
A friendly smile is worth a fortune.
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 4g G.A.A.
1, 3, 4, Librarian 3.
EARL H. VANCE-"Earl"
A small diploma, but a large under
Photography Club 2, 3, 4, Miam
Scholarship Team 25 Travel Club 4
fto tune of Yale Alma Materl
Now we leave our Anna High Schoolg
Praise to thee we sing.
Echoes of our Alma Mater
Through the halls now ring
We have entered and we've served thee,
Knowledge is our powerg
Keep our banner ever flying,
Though in darkest hour. '
Class Motto-"In ourselves our future lies"
Class Colors-Green and White
Class Flower-White Rose
Year of 1950-51. In 1950 we entered Anna High School as Fresh-
men, with a total of 39 membersg 7 from Kettlersville and 8 from
McCartyville. Our class sponsor was Mr. M. D. Hall until he was called
into service, Mr. James Gratz finished the year. Officers for our first
year of high school were: President, Jim Berningg Vice-President, Jim
Hulsmeyerg Secretary, Carol Fogtg Treasurer, Janice Elsassg Student
Council, Patty Clark and Wayne Wilt. In October we were initiated and
became full-fledged members of Anna High School. On December 15,
a Homecoming Game was held with Susan Fogt and Ronald Jacoby
representing our Freshman class. On March 9 we gave our Freshman
Year of 1951-52. We returned in 1951 with a total enrollment of 39
members. Our sponsor was Mr. James L. Carroll. After our class was
organized the election of officers took place: President, Randy Crump-
ler, Vice-President, Ronald Jacoby, Secretary, Barbara Hawkins, Treas-
urer, Carol Carmen, Student Council, Louise Counts and Larry Bell. On
January 18 the Homecoming Game was held with Carol Watercutter and
Ronald Jacoby representing our Sophomore class. On February 21 we
gave our class assembly.
Year of 1952-53. When we re-entered school in September of 1952,
we had the total enrollment of 32 members. It was hard to believe that
we were Juniors already. We elected officers immediately who were:
President, Bill McCormick, Vice-President, Bob Raterman, Secretary,
Louise Countsg Treasurer, Carol Fogtg Student Council, Patty Clark and
Roland Kettler. Our sponsor was Mr. Paul R. Schilling. Our Junior Play,
"Seventeen Is.Awfully Young," was given on October 30. The characters
Mrs. Eliot .................................................................................. Gayla Bambauer
Jan Eliot ........... ........... S usie Fogt
Nicki Eliot ......... .......... P atty Clark
Miss Tilby .......... ....... B arbara Wilt
Albert Eliot .......... ............ D on Schwartz
Thaddeus .................................... ....... F arris Van Horn
Ruby Rainey ................................. ............... C arol Fogt
"Goofer" Godfrey Peterson .......... ........ D uane Campbell
Jack Westmore ......................... ........ B ob Raterman
Caroline Pratt ................................................................................ Louise Counts
Whitcomb Pewberry .................................................................... Ray Bornhorst
The annual Homecoming Game was held on December 19, with Sara Shaw
and Don Flinn representing our Junior Class. On May 12, we enjoyed
the Junior-Senior Prom, for which we Juniors had worked very hard.
Year of 1953-54. In September of 1953, we entered as "Dignified
Seniors" for the final year of our high school career. -Our class consisted
of 33 members and our sponsor was Mr. Luther E. Fogt. Our class offi-
cers chosen were: President, Ray Bornhorst, Vice-President, Ralph Inder-
riedeng Treasurer, Barbara Wiltg Secretary, Sara Shaw, Student Council,
Janice Elsass and Don Flinn. The annual Homecoming Game was held
January 29. We were highly honored to have Carol Fogt as Homecoming
Queen, with Ray Bornhorst as her escort. We gave our Senior Play on
April 30. We enjoyed the Junior-Senior Prom which was given in our
honor on May 11. On May 16, Baccalaureate was held, and May 17, we
received our diplomas at Commencement.
BEN'S BAR 8z GRILL, Anna
Wearily closing his brief case after the 1974 session of the United
Nations, the President of the General Assembly walked out of the U. N.
Building. Mr. Fogt was off for a wonderful vacation with his longtime
friend and secretary, Homer Stangle. As they sped through Manhattan
on the way back to his Park Avenue apartment where Eunice waited,
Mr. Fogt felt a twinge of regret that he had missed the opening of the
new show on Broadway, "North Atlantic", starring Susan Fogt. "North
Atlantic" was the hit play that Fred Grieves produced, so he knew it
had to be terrific. When he reached the apartment Eunice and their
maid, Janice Elsass, had finished packing and were ready to leave for
the airport immediately. Janice, who had been with them for years, was
one of the best cooks around.
The taxi came and on the way to the airport, Mr. Fogt had a chance
to talk to the cab driver, Farris Van Horn. Farris said he had a perfect
record of not having one crack-up for three weeks. Soon they arrived at
La Guardia Field and hopped a plane for Anna, the perfect vacation spot.
The two stewardesses on the plane were so friendly and gracious, Mr.
Fogt finally recognized them to be two old pupils, Sara Shaw and Pat
Clark. They assured him the plane would land safely in Anna, because
it was piloted by the very capable "Boney" Inderrieden. After a while
Mr. Fogt thought he recognized familiar voices, turned around, and there
in the back of the plane sat "Batty" Wilt and Don Flinn, discussing tales
of wild elephants and rhinos. They were just returning from a safari
in South Africa. As they flew over Eastern Pennsylvania, about 25 miles
from Pittsburgh, they looked down on the 2,000-acre farm owned and
operated by Alfred Schroeder and Don Schmitmeyer. Mr. Fogt and Homer
decided that Alfred and Don must be making a living considering that
they owned two Cadillacs apiece. Mr. Fogt picked up a magazine that
was laying on the seat beside him, and-chuckled at the clever cover. It
had been drawn by Wilson Watkins, who had taken Norman Rockwell's
place. He turned the page, and another familiar name leaped out at him 3
Carol Fogt-Editor-in-Chief. Pat appeared then and told them to fasten
their safety belts, for they were about to land. Generally, Mr. Fogt con-
sidered landing a nerve-racking ordeal, but with "Boney" at the controls
they actually floated to the ground.
When they stepped off the plane, the reporters and photographers
were there to greet them. Someone had evidently already spread the
news of their visit. Gayla Bambauer interviewed them, and promised to
give them a front page Writeup in Bill McCormick's paper. Earl Vance,
Anna's greatest photographer, was also there and snapped pictures as
they stepped into their new Jaguar, which Bob Raterman had waiting
for them. Bob was the only Jaguar dealer in Shelby County, and it was
rumored that he had made a fabulous sum of money from his sales. They
were speeding to their mansion on 42nd Street, when a siren sounded
and Emerson Kruse ordered them to pull over. He said they'd been ex-
ceeding the speed limit, and though he hated to do this to a friend, he'd
have to arrest them. They were hauled into the Mayor's court, and Mr.
Fogt was surprised to find his old position filled by Palmer Stangle. It
struck him as being remarkable, that even though years had elapsed,
Homer and Palmer still looked as much alike as ever. Sergeant Kruse
PHILLIPS FARM STORE, Anna
explained the charges to him and though Mayor Stangle didn't generally
advocate corrupt government, he dismissed the charges against them.
lAfter all, Homer and Palmer were blood brothers.j
Darkness was just beginning to descend as they left the Mayor's
office. A huge neon sign of a classy niteclub on West Boulevard was
flashing on and off. Niteclubs had never held a particular charm for
him, but there was something different about this one. As they entered
it, he suddenly knew why. This was the small restaurant Thelma Huls-
meyer's dad had started long ago, and after he retired, Thelma took it
over and converted it into a nite spot. They checked their coats at the
door with Beulah Braun. She had been working as hat-check girl ever
since the niteclub had opened. The headwaiter, Willard Heintz, showed
them to a table and took their order. They sat down and glanced around.
Mr. Fogt recognized a lot of celebrities to be his ex-students. Don
Schwartz and Larry Bell were there, and upon catching their eye, they
ambled over and joined them. After talking over old times for a brief
period, Don excused himself. He said he was scheduled to takeoff for
Mars in his Super 56 Rocket the next morning. Don was ambassador to
Mars, and he had to settle a few minor details in the peace negotiations
with them. Larry was going to accompany him, as his mechanic. Funny
thing! Larry had invented the -Super 56 Rocket, the only one of its kind,
and no one else had yet mastered the mechanical parts of it. There's
no doubt about it-Larry was a mechanical genius.
Just then the orchestra, under the leadership of Lois Lacy, com-
menced to play "Stardust". Lois' string orchestra was considered the
best in the United States, and it was plain to see why. Upon glancing
at the couples on the floor, Mr. Fogt spotted Jim Hulsmeyer and Carol
Watercutter. They were married now, and had opened an Arthur Murray
Dancing Studio in Anna. They were also doing exhibitions on T.V.
Homer reached into his pocket for a cigarette, but discovered he
was out. He signaled to the cigarette girl, and Louise Counts slinked
over. She greeted them with her usual b-ig smile, and though it was
against regulations. she chatted for a minute. She told Mr. Fogt that
he must definitely drop by Anna School before leaving town. Since Mr.
Stewart had retired, Barbara Wilt had taken over as superintendent,
and was doing an excellent job. Patty Bertsch was also on the teaching
staff. She had taken over the girls physical ed. classes and had organized
the best girls football team in the state.
Mr. Fogt glanced toward the door just as Ray Bornhorst and Beverly
Wrigley entered. Louise said that Ray was the president of a new ferti-
lizer plant recently erected in Anna, and Beverly was employed as his
private secretary. As the orchestra started to play the closing strains
of their theme song, Mr. Fogt and Eunice rose to leave. While driving
home, they discussed the events of the day. They both agreed that the
Senior Class of 1954 had turned out extremely well. He yawned lazily.
Suddenly he felt tired, but it was a peaceful tiredness. He knew now why
he devoted most of his life to teaching. This Senior Class was his re-
GRILLIOT PLACE. McCartyville
I, Carol Watercutter, bequeath to Agnes Esser my ability to resist all
boys but one.
I, Alfred Schroeder, will to Jerry Counts my ability to get along with
I, Sara Shaw, will my ability to do anything, when the teachers are
not looking to Jean Heilers.
I, Barbara Wilt, will to Sally Wentz my ability in the percussion sec-
I, Wayne Wilt, will the ease of resisting "girls ?" to the Junior boys.
I, Susan Fogt, will my cheerleading ability to Thelma and Velma
I, Thelma Hulsmeyer, bequeath to Thecla Albers my witty humor.
I, Lois Lacy, will to Joyce Campbell the ability to always read the
government assignment, or pretend to.
I, Beulah Braun, bequeath my odd cackle to Anna Cotterman.
I, Ray Bornhorst, will to Bill Magateaux my ability to resist all
women at all times.
I, Gayla Bambauer, will to Shirley Fogt my ability to stay in English
and typing classes at all times.
I, Don Schmitmeyer, bequeath my ability to get along with the teachers
to Ronald Wiley.
I, Beverly Wrigley, bequeath to Sharon Fogt my ability to twirl a
I, Janice Elsass, bequeath my figure to Barbara Creekbaum in hopes
it does more for her than it did for me.
I, Larry Bell, will by ability to chew gum in class and not get caught
to Dave Diehm.
I, Jim Hulsmeyer, bequeath to Kay Billing my ability to skip classes
and not get caught.
I, Don Schwartz, will to Dale Egbert my great charm and irresistible
appeal in hopes that he can control it and not let it get away from him.
I, Wilson Watkins, bequeath my exceptional heighth to Mary Jane
I, Earl H. Vance, will to Hannah Kay Egbert my ability to get the
right seat in study hall and classes.
I, Farris Van Horn, will to Earl Schmitz my ability to get along with
one girl at a time.
I, Louise Counts, bequeath to Helen Elsass my ability to get a man
and keep him.
I, Patty Clark, will my ability to get places on time without hurrying
to Mary Ell.
I, Fred Grieves, will to Kay Billing my typing ability.
I, Boney Inderrieden, will to Jerry Counts the ability to skip and stay
on the team.
I, Palmer Stengel, will to Ronald Wiley my good sportmanship.
I, Carol Fogt, bequeath my heighth to Janet Stengel.
I, Don Flinn, will to Tom Kitchen my heighth.
I, Bill McCormick, bequeath to Jay Sharp my ability to get the car
when I want it.
I, Bob Raterman, bequeath to Roger McCormick my bashful manner
in the hope that he can overcome it.
I, Emerson Kruse, bequeath my ability to drive fast without getting
caught to Shelia Bodey.
I, Pat Bertsch, will to Carolyn Schmidt my ability to daydream in
class and still appear to be paying attention.
I, Homer Stengel, will to Dale Egbert my ability to play basketball.
I, Willard Heintz, will to Wayne ,Gross my butch haircut.
We, Barbara Wilt and Carol Fogt, will to Martha Wrigley, Janet
Schmidt, Barbara Watkins, Nancy Owens, and Rosemary Naseman our
ability to along with the rest of the Senior class.
Farris Van Horn
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People who try to run every-
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Stuck up people
People who never get anything
People who think they are more
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People who argue over certain
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People who are always
History, being required at
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Someone talking about me
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Getting up in the
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First Row-Janet Stangel, Rosemary Naseman, Velma Gritzmaker, Thelma Gritz-
maker. Hannah Egbert, Nancy Owens, Joyce Campbell, Jean Heilers.
Second Row-Janet Schmidt, Sharon Fogt, Barbara Creekbaum, Sheila Bodey.
Sally Wentz, Mary Ell, Carolyn Schmidt, Helen Elsass.
Third Row-Shirley Fogt, Theela Albers, Anna Cotterman, Martha Wrigley, Agnes
Esser. Mary Jane Sayre, Jay Sharp, Dale Egbert, David Diehm.
Fourth Row-Bill Magateaux, Roger McCormick, Tom Kitchen, Jerry Counts, Kay
Billings, Earl Schmitz, James Tirey, Ronald Wiley, Wayne Gross, Mr. Schilling.
Vice President-Mary Jane Sayre
COMPLIMENTS OF FOLKERTH AUTO PARTS
N. Main, Sidney, Ohio
First Row-Faye Ludwig, Lola Heintz, Barbara Lillard, John Diehm, Madonna
Huecker, Mary Bornhorst, Nelson Watkins, Billy Van Horn. Second Row-Martha
Koverman, Doris Meiring, Carole Harmon, Loretta Bell, James Lenhart, Mary Monnin,
Eloise Barhorst, Margaret Barker, Sarah Allen. Third Row- Judy Sharp, Anna Stottle-
myer, Linda Wagner, Mary Phillips, Shirley Christman, Mary Christman, Patricia
Boyer, Mickey Ordean, Kathryn Berning, Harold Leady. Fourth Row-Carl Bornhorst,
Francis Leighton, Arlene Braun, Thomas Schilling, Max Vance, Dolores Timeus,
Charles Barker, Dale Schaffer, Barbara Egbert, Ronald Klopfenstein. Fifth Row-
James Watercutter, Thomas Grillot, Donald Egbert, Dick Clark, Charles McClaskey,
Larry Joe Fogt, Doug Farley, John Opperman, Mr. Hartman.
FOGT FUEL 81 SUPPLY, IAC.
First Row-Mary Lou Egbert, Terry Fogt, Virginia Zimpher, Patty Wildermuth,
Sara Fogt, Patty Smith, Paul Young, Aloys Albers.
Second Row-Janice Gross, Anabelle Barker, Carol Wrigley, Marlene Bornhorst,
Linda Finkenbine, Shirley Shroyer, Patty Heiland, Marjorie Barhorst, Lois Koverman.
Third Row-Wayne Dunn, Mary Laine Finkenbine, Patty Kloppel, Billy Harsh-
barger, Larry Finkenbine, Richard Harmon, Larry Billing, Bobby Billing, Marilyn
Rickert, Ramona Muhlenkamp.
Fourth Row-Betty Lou Ailes, Hazel Wrigley, Sondra Ellis, Marian Etta Martin,
Doris McLaughlin, Gerald Counts, Alice Goins, Dorothy Nolte.
Fifth Row-Marilyn Sommers, Danny Fogt, Danny Counts, Larry Wilt, Dave Eg-
bert, Jim Bertsch, Kenneth Schmidt, LeRoy Plefman, Bob Huecker, Mr. Green.
Secretary ........................ Marilyn Rickert
Vice President ........ ......... L arry Billing
President ..........,. ...... R ichard Harmon
Treasurer ..,... ..... H azel Wrigley A
Fancy Foods for Fine Folks
First Row-Ronald VVoolley, Ada Allen, Gary Tirey. Betty Fotterman. Philip
Lenhart, Ivan Elsass. Second Row-Naomi Stottlelnyer. Mary Inderrieden, Viola
Phillips, Maretta Reeves, Catherine Smith, Harriett Stutsnian, Third Row-Jerry
Akins, Delores Elsass, Judy Shaw, Joyce Lillard, Marvel Knasel, Shelby Snider, Mike
Richardson. Fourth Row-Danny Taylor, Donna Hulsmeyer, Frances lilartin, Richard
Woolley, Warren Stangel, Mr. Taylor.
1.1 First. Huw Marilyn Billing, Suzanne Kirk. .lnnlith XY1mlley. l.:1rry llZl2'l'll1l'l'j.I'l'l'.
.-Xrtlnn' l"og't, Stanley lfugt. Melvin Belt. llielizllwl Nm-ls. Sennnl Huw Vnrol llowell.
lionulll Westerlveck. Kenneth Blank. Palsy Howell, .Indy Wright. I.in1ln Snider. Snnllru
Finlienlmine, Jannes Sayre. Third How Sharon lilsnss. l-flizzlln-th Vunnts. lletty Fuller-
lnnn, lim-vlay Uraleun. Billy Wells, llelweven ll2ll'Nllll2ll'QIl'l'. llonnlml Lnxvs. llnrnlml lilupfen-
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First Row-Billy Ginn, Jean Howell, Teddy Ludwig, Sondra Bertsch, Eldon Vance,
Vickie Fogt, Tom Allen, Beverly Fogt.
Second Row-Junior Blue, Janet Woolley, Paul Ludwig, Sylvia Lenhart, Donald
Inderrieden, Linda Wrigley, John Davidson, Nancy Fridley, Donald Richardson, Roger
Third Row-Rachel Harshbarger. Kenneth Wiley, Mary Allen, Henry Harshbarger,
Brenda Bell, Howard Petrosky, Anita Schwartz, Robert Zumbrum, Karen Roeser,
Fourth Row-Dennis Barker, Linda Tirey, Richard Watkins, JoAnne Clark, Lavern
Elsass, Suzanne Grieves, Robert May, Patricia Zumhrum, James Knasel, Mr. Pfaadt.
First Row-Judy Clark, Carol Woolley, Sandra Gross, Elaine Wrigley, Bruce
Ailes, Julia Fogt, Dorothy Elsass, Karen Wilt.
Second Row-Nancy Heintz, Joy Kay, Jean Edwards, Eldora Allen, Mary Wagner,
Judith Wilsman, Judith Heiland, Carolyn Cooper, Susie Boyer.
Third Row-Janet Knasel, Omer Barker, Frank Richeson, Frank Unum, David
Fogt, Robert Belt, Roger Zimpfer, Louis Nolte, Frederick Wells, Gary Gross.
Fourth Row-Clyde Elsass, Ronald Stangel, Wayne Copeland, Dennis Lucas, Paul
Snider, Steve Fogt, Thomas Schmide, Roger Lentz, Mrs. Leady.
CREEKBAUMS RESTAURANT, ANNA
First Row-Mary Lou Watkins, Dorothy Fogt, Ellen Elsass, Diane Kohlmeyer,
Carol Lenhart, Loretta Noles, Rita Finkenbine, Barbara Short.
Second Row-Carolyn Inderrieden, Cynthia Wagner, James Smith, Tracy Belt,
Bruce Kies, John Fridley, Teddy Eshleman, James Nolte.
Third Row-Paul Harshbarger, Tommy Hagelberger, Lester Zumbrum, Larry
Allen, Jerry Allen, Emerson Van Horn, Mrs. Blanke.
First Row-Dianna Webb, Mable Allen, Joyce Hamaker. Clarannetta Smedley,
Sherril Allen, Kathleen Wentz, Josephine Elsass, Gloria Short.
Second Row-Barbara Bertsch, Rosalee Harshharfrer, Judith Finkenbine, Marlene
Wagner, Terry Belt, Ned Davidson, Richard Eshleman, Russell Klopfenstein. Jerry
Third Row-Logan Owens, Douglas Schaffer, Ralph Heiland, David lnderrieden,
Dclphis Richardson, Andrcw Vounts, Thomas Kiser, Gary Farley, Gary Lentz. Ruth
GERBER'S FOOD CENTER
Lockers, Self-Service Market, Lunch Bar-Slaughtering, Curing, Smoking, Rendering
Phone 131-J Botkins, Ohio
First Row-Joan Nichols, Sharon Fogt, Marsha Kohlmeyer, Darlene Hagan, Dar-
lene Heiland, Roberta Harshbarger.
Second Row-Billy Barker, Tommy McClaskey, Larry Webb, Terry Knasel, Bonnie
Martin, Cheryl Elsass, Cheryl Layman.
Third Row-Ned Edwards, Billy Elsass, Billy Joe Knasel, Ronald Laws, Ricki
Short, John Finkenbine, Mrs. Minniear.
First Row-Constance Fridley, Rebecca Zimpfer, Linda Sue Elsass, Carla Dee Belt,
Janet Bertsch, Theresa Miller, Aleita Ailes, Velma Wiessinger, Norma Zimpfer.
Second Row-Janet Eshleman, Mary Beaver, Jill Lucas, Bonita Pulfer, Janet
Zimpfer, Janet Boyer, Cynthia Unum, Susan Hulsmeyer, Dorothy Kah.
Third Row-Dennis Wilt, Thomas Thompson, Mike Worthington, Roger Finken-
bine, Eugene Gerkey, Nicholas Grieve, Berry Rains, Danny Edwards, Steven Boyer.
Fourth Row-Danny Howell, Scott Woolley, Trenton Davis, Wayne Wagner, Rus-
sell Schmidt, Jon Elsass, Jack-Wells, Gregory Finkenbine, Joseph Tirey, Michael Nolte,
Ronald Smith, Mrs. Voress.
ZIMPHER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Electrical Contracting - Repair - Fixtures
Phone 7650-1 Sidney, 0hi0
Coach Green Donald Laws, Wayne Dunn, Managers
Susie, Carol, Patty, Sara, Yell Leaders
ENGLISH STUDIOS, INC.
Official predictions painted a very dismal picture regarding the for-
tunes of the 1953-54 edition of the Anna Rockets. Despite this pessimis-
tic forecast, Coach Green molded the Rockets into a formidable unit
capable of competing with the best this area could offer.
On November 20th, before an overflow crowd in the local gym, Anna
subdued arch rival Jackson Center, 65-59. Jim chalked up 32 points to
lead the scoring parade in this encounter.
Ft. Loramie became the first league casualty of this potent Anna
team by a score of 65-38. Anna maintained a comfortable lead through-
Neighboring Botkins was defeated by the talented Rockets, 59-55, on
December 11. Hulsmeyer and Inderrieden scored 24 and 22 points re-
spectively in this extravaganza.
Leading all the way, the Rockets trounced Houston, 60-46, for their
fourth straight league victory, having beaten Jackson Center, 50-33, in
the previous game.
The Russia Raiders were dealt a 49-36 lacing for the Rockets' fifth
straight league victory. Hulsmeyer played an outstanding game to lead
the scoring with 22 points.
An underrated Fairlawn team nearly upset the dope. However, the
Rockets rallied in the late stages to conquer this inspired foe, 40-38. This
victory assured the Rockets of first place in the Shelby County league
Throughout the basketball season the Rockets engaged in a number
of non-league games. At the onset of the season Anna lost a hard fought
game to a classy New Bremen five. Hulsmeyer and Inderrieden led the
attack against the Cardinals by contributing 14 and 13 points respectively.
New Knoxville edged the Rockets in their first home engagement. Boney
Inderrieden swished the nets for 22 points. The Rockets hit their stride.
to defeat a lanky Holy Angels quintet, 66-40, after two reversals. Huls-
meyer was the outstanding scorer in this contest with 27 points. Hunts-
ville fell before the Rockets, 56-53, in a closely contested encounter.
Anna lost its third game of the season to a well-balanced Cridersville team,
67-47. An unusually small gym was definitely instrumental in the 20-point
spread between these teams. Inderrieden was high point man with 21.
Anna salvaged a 48-46 victory over Buckland, defeated a stubborn Brown
aggregation, 67-50, but lost to a top-rated Minister team, 68-57, fell before
a strong Ft. Recovery five, 62-57, and was downed by a classy Bradford
In the Rosewood Invitational tournament the local five managed to
break even. The host team was defeated, 68-53, in the first contest. A
highly regarded Northwestern crew hung a 58-42 loss on the Rockets in
the second contest. Hulsmeyer, Inderrieden and Schwartz were the big
guns for the green and white.
On February 9, a determined Anna five was plagued by a severe case
of "tournament jitters" which resulted in a 43-38 setback at the hands of
a hot Russia five. Inderrieden managed to score 14 points to keep the
Rockets in the game.
Jackson Center was then dropped from the running by an aroused
Anna team, 62-42. Inderrieden scored consistently to lead the scoring
with 27 points.
Houston eliminated Anna from further competition by eking out a
39-35 victory over the Rockets.
Anna won 13 games and lost 9. Individual scoring for the season
was as follows: Hulsmeyer, 437 5 Inderrieden, 4023 Schwartz, 139, Heintz,
91, Klopfenstein, 515 Bell, 27 3 K. Billing, 153 Schmitmeyer, 8g Egbert, 7,
L. Billing, 4, Schroeder, 3 g Gross, 2, and Counts 2.
First Row-Don Laws, Mgr., Daniel Fogt, Larry Wilt, Richard Harmon Larry
Billing, Nelson Watkins, Max Vance. Second Row-Mr. Green, Coach Dave Egbert
Charles Barker, Richard Clark, Doug Farley, Wayne Gross, Jerry Counts Tom Kitchen
Wayne Dunn, Mgr.
tes league games
Anna's reserves' record seems to show that they have had a verv sue
cessful season by having a record of 10 wins to 7 losses The reserves also
annexed the league championship by beating Botkins, 50 to '32 Thls fact
shows great hopes for a very good varsity team next yen'
"Your Store for '5-1"
First Row-Harold Klopfenstein, Billy Wells, Ronnie Westerbeck, Larry Hagel-
berger, Stanley Fogt. Second Row-Kenny Mauk, Don Laws, Jerry Akins, Larry
Schaffer, Art Fogt, Howard Thomas, Jim Harshbarger. Third Row-Jim Sayre, Phil
Lenhart, David Lillard, Michael Richardson, Warren Stangel, Jim Unum, Gary Elsass,
Mr. Green, Coach.
Harriett Stutsman, Sally Wildermuth, Rebecca Harshharger, Viola Phillips.
BOTKINS LUMBER C0.
For the Best in Lumber
First Row-Larry Bell, Larry Billing, Jerry Counts, Ronnie Klopfenstein, Tom
Kitchen. Second Row-Don Laws, Mgr., Dale Schaffer, Charles Barker, Larry Wilt.
Nelson Watkins, Wayne Dunn, Mgr. Third Row-Mr. Green, Coach, Ralph Inderieden,
Kay Billing, Jim Hulsmeyer, Bill Magateaux, Don Schwartz, Bobby Billing, Score-
THE PLAYERS AND THEIR POSITIONS '
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Don Schwartz ......,.... ............. C atcher Q
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Larry Billing ......,. ........ S econd Base X
Kay Billing ..,.............., .,.,......... C atcher X
Bill Magateaux ...r....,..... ......,.. O utfield X
Ronnie Klopfenstein ........ ...... S hortstop -X
Jerry Counts .........,........ ............. O utfield
Dale Schaffer ............. ........ F irst Base
Tom Kitchen ........ .....r... O utfield SEASONS RECORD
wx Anna 15 Ft. Loramie
Anna 0 Botkins
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Q Anna 6 Houston
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---- Anna 4 Fairlawn
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Assistant Editor .......... ..................,..,. B lll McCormick
Senior Class Editor .....,.., ..V.....,V,....,,VV,,,, L ouise Counts
Grades Editor ......... ....... J anice Elsass
Class Editor .....,.... ...,..,..,. L ois Lacy
Club Editor .............. .....,,, S usan Fogt
Activities Editor ........... ........... P atty Clark
Business Manager ............ .A.,.............,...,,.. W illard Heintz
Advertising Manager ......i... .,..,............................ D on Schwartz
Advertising Assistants .......... ....,.. P at Bertsch, Bob Raterman
Sports Editor ...........,............ .i,..,....,..,....,..... A lfred Schroeder
Art Editor .............,...,....... ..,.i..............,.,.,..,,.,., S ara Shaw
Sales ..,......,... ,,,..,... S enior Class
Advisor ....,.,. ..,, . .,Mr. Taylor
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C Q 7 Phone 76751 Sidney Ohio
Co-Editors ....... Mary Jane Sayre, Jean Heilers
High School Editors . . . Sharon Fogt, Hannah Egbert
Grade School Editor ........... Thecla Albers
Art Editor ...... . . . Bill Magateaux
Activities .............. . . Shelia Bodey
Special Events .............. Barbara Creekbaum
Features . . . Rosemary Naseman, Carolyn Schmidt
Publishing Editors . . Helen Elsass, Velma Gritzmaker
Sports Editor ................ Kay Billing
Circulation Manager . . . . . Roger McCormick
Advisor . . . . . . Mr. Taylor
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Wardner Swartz, Jr., Manager
R VEL CLUB
First Row-Homer Stengel, Lois Lacy, Wilson Watkins, Pat Bertsch, Farris Van
Horn, Louise Counts, Larry Bell, Carol Watercutter. Second Row-Earl Vance, Palmer
Stengel, Emerson Kruse, Bill McCormick, Pat Clark, Sara Shaw, Susan Fogt. Third
Row-Bob Raterman, Willard Heintz, Don Schwartz, Alfred Schroeder, Ray Bornhorst,
Janice Elsass, Beulah Braun, Wayne Wilt, Fred Grieves. Fourth Row- Mr. Fogt,
Ralph Inderrieden, Don Flinn, Jim Hulsmeyer, Don Schmitmeyer, Barbara Wilt, Beverly
Wrigley, Carol Fogt, Gayla Bambauer, Thelma Hulsmeyer.
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P President, RAY BORNHORST
i-' Vice-President, RALPH INDERRIEDEN
Secretary, SARA SHAW
ANNA HARDWARE CTMPANY
General Hardware, Appliances, Plumbing
G.A.A.-First Row: Janet Stengel, Carol Watercutter, Louise Counts, Thelma
Hulsmeyer, Gayla Bambauer, Beverly Wrigley, Mrs. Kohlmeyer, Susan Fogt, Pat Clark,
Sara Shaw, Barbara Wilt, Mary Ell. Second Row: Pat Bertsch, Lois Koverman, Linda
Finkenbine, Sandy Ellis, Marion Etta Martin, Hazel Wrigley, Barbara Lillard, Lois
Lacy, Janice Gross, Patty Kloeppel, Margie Barhorst, Marilyn Summers, Beulah Braun.
Third Row: Margaret Barker, Sarah Allen, Dolores Timeus, Carole Harmon, Linda
Wagner, Judy Sharp, Anna Stottlemyer, Lola Heintz, Mickey Ordean, Mary Monnin,
Madonna Huecker, Mary Phillips, Doris Meiring, Nancy Owens, Faye Ludwig. Fourth
Row: Joyce Campbell, Thelma Gritzmaker, Pat Wildermuth, Thecla Albers, Barbara
Creekbaum, Martha Koverman, Janice Elsass, Carol Fogt, Mary Bornhorst, Loretta
Bell, Kathryn Berning, Barbara Egbert, Arlene Braun, Martha Wrigley, Carolyn
Schmidt. Fifth Row: Mary Jane Sayre, Doris McLaughlin, Ramona Muhlenkamp, Anna-
bell Barker, Marilyn Rickert, Shelia Bodey, Shirley Christman, Frances Leighton, Carol
Wrigley, Virginia Zimpher, Patty Smith, Sara Fogt, Mary Elaine Finkenbine, Dorothy
Nolte, Mary Christman, Pat Boyer. Sixth Row: Velma Gritzmaker, Sally Wentz,
Sharon Fogt, Agnes Esser, Pat Heiland, Shirley Shroyer, Betty Ailes, Marlene Born-
horst, Mary Lou Egbert, Eloise Barnhorst.
Vice-President. ............ Carol Fogt
Q Secretaryw. ..,....,. ,.,.... C arole Harmon
4 Treasurer ...,...,.,,.,... ..,.,,.... P atty Boyer
News Reporter ,.,..... Judy Sharp '-
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K4 Compliments of FOLKERTH MOTOR SALES
North Dixie Sidney, Ohio
Majorettes-Beverly Wrigley, Hazel Wrigley, Sharon Fogt, Max Vance, Anna
Stottlemyer, Mary Phillips, Richard Clark, Susan Fogt, Patty Boyer, Judy Shaw,
Ronnie Klopfenstein, Janice Elsass, Faye Ludwig, Marian Etta Martin, Patty Heiland,
Rebecca Harshbarger, Tom Schilling, Arthur Fogt, Lola Heintz, Barbara Wilt, Sandra
Ellis, Carol Wrigley, Loretta Bell, Sally Wentz, Larry Wilt, Judy Sharp, Linda Wagner,
Sally Wildermuth, Barbara Lillard, Shirley Christman, Sara Shaw, Larry Hagelberger,
Bill Harshbarger, Carol Harmon, Larry Bell, Mary Katherine Christman, Gary Elsass,
Martha Wrigley, Richard Harmon, Billy Wells, Ivan Elsass, Lois Lacy.
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First Row-Arthur Fogt, Rachael Harshbarger, Beverly Fogt, Linda Wrigley,
Larry Hagelberger, Nancy Fridley. Second Row-Karen Roeser, Bobby May, Linda
Tirey, Dick Watkins, Howard Petrosky, Ronnie Westerbeck, Billy Wells. Third Row-
Gary Elsass, Sally Wildermuth, John Davidson, Jim Sayre, Sharon Elsass, Judy Shaw,
Joy Lillard, Ivan Elsass. Fourth Row-Rebecca Harshbarger, Gary Tirey, Jerry Akins,
Marvel Knasel, Viola Phillips, Danny Taylor, Miss Marie Mueller.
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First Row-Lois Lacy, Ginny Zimpfer, Sara Fogt, Faye Ludwig, Pat Wildermuth,
Pat Smith, Janice Gross, Mary Laine Finkenbine. Lois Koverman, Linda Finkenbine,
Marlene Bornhorst. Second Row-Mary Bornhorst, Martha Koverman, Janet Stengal,
Carol Wrigley, Joyce Campbell, Velma Gritzmaker, Thelma Gritzmaker, Marjorie
Barhorst, Barbara Lillard, Betty Ailes, Mickey Ordean, Anna Stottlemyer, Miss Muel-
ler. Third Row-Ramona Muhlenkamp, Loretta Bell, Madonna Huecker, Marilyn Rick-
ert, Shelia Bodey, Carole Harmon, Hazel Wrigley, Sandy Ellis, Mary Phillips, Mary
Monnin, Marilyn Sommers, Dorothy Nolte. Fourth Row-Thelma Hulsmeyer, Dick
Clark, Sara Shaw, Sally Wentz, Mary Christman, Patty Boyer, Linda Wagner, Judy
Sharp, Mary Ell, Marian Etta Martin, Kathryn Berning, Doris McLaughlin, Martha
Wrigley. Fifth Row-Beverly Wrigley, Danny Fogt, Dale Schaffer, Johnny Diehm,
Dick Young, Farris Van Horn, Willard Heintz, Tom Schilling, Ronald Klopenstein,
Susan Fogt, Tom Kitchen, Max Vance, Don Egbert and Barbara Wilt.
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Phone 65-J Anna, Ohio I
First Row-Mary Lou Egbert, Pat Wildermuth, Marlene Bornhorst, Shirley
Shroyer, Velma Gritzmaker, Thelma Gritzmaker, Janet Stengal, Joyce Campbell.
Second Row-Barbara Creekbaum, Patty Kloeppel, Patty Bertsch, Lois Koverman,
Pat Heiland, Marilyn Rickert, Ramona Muhlenkamp, Doris Meiring, Miss Barr.
Third Row-Agnes Esser, Pres., Sally Wentz, Martha Koverman, Parl., Doris
McLaughlin, Beulah Braun, Reporter, Beverly Wrigley, Hist., Janice Elsass, Sec.,
Carol Fogt, Vice-Pres., Gayla Baumbauer, Thelma Hulsmeyer, Treas.
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First Row-Paul Young, Aloys Albers, Larry Finkenbine, Bobby Billing, Homer
Stengel, Dave Egbert.
Second Row-Harold Leady, Kenny Schmidt, Jim Bertsch, Palmer Stengel, Charles
Barker, Treas., Leroy Plieman, Bob Hueker.
Third Row-Lawrence Egbert, Dale Egbert, Emerson Kruse, Alfred Schroeder,
Sec., Don Schwartz, Don Schmitmeyer, Vice-Pres., Carl Bornhorst.
Fourth Row: Mr. Horstman, Jim Watercutter, Sentinel, Ray Borrhorst, Pres., John
Opperman, Jerry Counts, Reporter: Earl Schmitz, Ronald Klopfenstein, Dick Young.
Compliments of FOLKERTH AUTO PARTS
North Main Avenue Sidney, Ohio
First Row-Lois Lacy, Margaret Barker, Wilson Watkins, Presidentg Shelia
Bodey, Secretaryg Mary Phillips, Vice President, Barbara Creekbaum, Thelma Gritz-
maker, Mr. Hartman.
Second Row-Doris Meiring, Sarah Allen, Mary Jane Sayre, Arlene Braun, Thelma
Hulsmeyer, Martha Wrigily, Dolores Timeus, Treasurer, Anna Cotterman, Eloise Bar-
horst, Carol Fogt.
L TIN CLUB
First Row--Virginia Zimpher, Patty Smith, Sara Fogt, Barbara Lillard, Tom
Schilling, Lola Heintz, Janice Gross, Carol Wrigley, Madonna Heucker.
Second Row-Mary Laine Finkenbine, Eloise Barhorst, Mary Bornhorst, Loretta
Bell, Linda Wagner, Carole Harmon, Anna Stottlemyer, Judy Sharp, Marilyn Sommers.
Third Row-Mary Monnin, Mickey Ordean, Sandy Ellis, Hazel Wrigley, Mary
Christman, Patty Boyer, Marian Etta Martin, Dorothy Nolte, Mrs. Brandwie.
BISHOIVS, 132 N. Main St., Sidney
TUDE T COUNCIL
First Row-Mr. Stewart, Larry Schaffer, Jerry Akins, Loretta Bell, Secretary
Marian Etta Martin, Treasurer, Janet Farley, Francis Martin.
Second Row-Don Flinn, President, Bobby Billing, Roger McCormick, Vice Presi
dent, Ronnie Klofenstcin, Janice Elsass, Janet Schmidt.
First Row-Carol Wrigley, Hazel Wrigley, Patty Smith, Marion Etta Martin,
Sharon Fogt, Hannah Egbert, Faye Ludwig.
Second Row-Shirley Christman, Madonna Huecker, Sondra Ellis, Mickey Ordean,
Mary Monnin, Jean Heilers, Mr. Stewart, Mary Jane Sayre, Ann Stottlemyer, Linda
Wagner, Judy Sharp, Carole Harmon.
WRIGLEY FARM SUPPLY, Anna
PHO O CL
First Row-Frances Leighton, Dale Schaffer, Carl Bornhorst, Harold Leady, Dick
Clark, Nelson Watkins, Shirley Christman.
Second Row-Lola Heintz, Barbara Egbert, Kathryn Berning, Mary Jane Sayre,
Treasurer, Bill Magateaux, Shelia Bodey.
Third Row-Raymond Bornhorst, President, Farris Van Horn, Joyce Campbell,
Martha Wrigley, John Opperman, Max Vance.
Fourth Row-Mr. Horstman, Mary Ell, Bill McCormick, Vice President, Sharon
Fogt, Earl Vance, Hannah Egbert, Representative, Bob Raterman.
First Row-Ronnie Klofenstein, Roger McCormick, John Diehm, Billy Van Horn,
Carl Bornhorst, Harold Leady, Jim Lenhart, Vice President, Don Egbert, Mary Born-
horst, Loretta Bell, Mr. Schilling.
Second Row-Bill Magateaux, Wayne Gross, Dick Clark, Charles McClaskey, Dale
Schaffer, Mary Christman, Shirley Christman, Frances Leighton, Secretary-Treasurer,
Barbara Egbert, President, Kathryn Berning, Max Vance.
Third Row-Tom Kitchen, Tom Grilliot, Patty Boyer, Doug Farley, Larry Fogt.
MEYER BARBER SHOP, Anna
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On January 29th we held our annual homecoming game
with Fairlawn as our guest. The highlight of the evening
was the crowning of the homecoming queen, Miss Carol
Fogt. Jim Hulsmeyer, captain of our team, crowned Miss
Fogt with the captain of the Fairlawn team presenting her
with a bouquet of roses. Her escort was Raymond Born-
horst. The other attendants and escorts were Carolyn
Schmidt, Dale Egbert, Mary Monnin, Don Schmitmeyer,
Doris McLaughlin, Gerald Counts, Dolores Elsass, Don
Egbert, Janet Farley, and Howard Thomas.
'P.EgfIV5 . Here we are again
Athletes fAccepted or rejectedj
Class elections fFair and squarej
Rockets over Loramie 1
17-Board Staff Party fBeware studentsl
18-Botkins defeats Anna
2-Russia over Anna
9-Anna bows to Fairlawn
-End of six weeks CHope for the bestj
14-Grade cards CStormy weather!
16-Rings and announcements picked out
23-Junior Play "It's Great To Be Crazy"
30-Teachers meeting. No school.
6-Basketball!! We lose to New Bremen
11-Armistice Day fTime for a rest!J
13-New Knoxville nips Anna
-Anna clips Holy Angels' wings!!
20-Rockets pull the Tigers tail!
Rockets zoom past the Huntsville Rams
25-Grade cards. Cross your fingers!!!
26-27-Thanksgiving vacation. CWatch out turkeys!J
1-Cridersville over Anna
Rockets beat Loramie in first league game
-Anna wins big game over Botkins
-Anna blasts Brown
Anna chalks up win against Jackson Center
Christmas vacation CTake it easy kids!
Anna defeats Jackson Center
Anna plays Houston
F.H.A. Dance QSwing your partners!
Back to the old grind-
8-Rockets triumph over Houston
End of semester F
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11-Second semester begins
12-Anna stacks up another win over Buckland
15-Senior Scholarship Tests QBrains at workj
16-Anna loses to Minster
19-Band Mothers' Amateur Show fTalent shownj
22-"Time of Their Lives"-Movie fHa, Ha Halllb
-Anna trounces Russia
26-Fort Recovery defeats Anna
29-Anna beats Fairlawn to climax Homecoming event"
2-Anna loses to Bradford
-G.A.A. Dance fChoose your partnerj
9-County Tournament. fAnna loses to RUSSIBQ No comment
11-Anna defeats Jackson Center
18-County Tournament. Lost to Houston
Anna brings ho
20-County Tournament. m
22-Washington's Birthday. fNo school!
5-Photography Club Dance 1More funb
25-Every Pupil Test. CD0 not disturb!
26-Show-"Blue Grass of Kentucky"
31-Preliminary District State Test
15-Show-"Young Daniel Boone"
16-Good Friday CNo Schoolj
20-F.F.A. and F.H.A. Banquet
30-Senior Play. Super, Wonderful, great talentlilll
-Miami Scholarship Tests fGood luckj
4-County Music Festival
11-Last day for the Seniors fThat's all kids?
-J unior-Senior Banquet and Prom fThanks JUUIOYS,
14-Show-"You Can't Take It With You'
17-Student Body not to report fLuckyj
18-Last day of school!!!!
-Seniors take trip to New York and Washington
-Good luck to the Seniors.
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