Anthony Wayne High School - Trailblazer Yearbook (Whitehouse, OH)

 - Class of 1959

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P ages 80-81 3 ,Y 3 ,ff -fi if Q . ff' 4 1' i 4 4 'ig 5,11 A f e' f V Q ' W is 5 IVAN., 5 sf' Q Trail Blazer Attendants Our udge Refi nw Q f iw WK ffwi' Y guns . ...M Wx, - Sv X I:. IRI," 0" 1 :Zi IZ-F' 'EW nnqgm 'Y J 14,3 A . 5? : w ,g, V k 6 Q ' X . f s , K f - Q 1 Q ,J Our Administration --4 M. C. Hanley S. M. Gottschalk ur Board of Education Ar! These outstanding individuals of our community have combined their knowledge and efforts. The result is our outstanding school system of which we are very proud. SEATED: John Carr, Jay Dennis, Pres. Ken neth Trapp. STAND- ING: William Woods, Merlin Hanley. Ab- sent:Vice Pres. Rod- ney Boyer. Mrs Croul Mrs Rupp, Mrs Knapp ZIHIICIIZIIICC A day never passed that the students of Anthony Wavne d1dn t appreclate the efflclency of our secretanes Janttor and cooks Wlthout them our sfhool would be at a great loss Mr Bush Mrs Wlure Mrs Gottschalk Q Wigan., Gut Cooks O ! 7 n , 1 , , , , xxl t - gf 111, ' , jf' ,M . , . 3 FWS! e3'?'I M v Z xi! W C i Sin- - WMM we ,, know. -E Wfg, , 4.3.41- I f -', 53. x. f X. ., - f swf l lg, 1 6 ' ,sf Aff Q MARTHA KASSAY HERBERT METZCER Mich. State Univ M.S. degree Science SANDRA MOCK Toledo Univ. B.S. degree Commercial Facult English Sz Language ELMA NELSON Ohio Univ. B.S. degree Home Economics DOROTHY LAWRENCE A , , B G s U 5 f 5, . wi H XL Home Economics vi 15,55 xxjff s 1 WJ, .fvf -:X ELEANORE PEURA B.G.S.U. B.S. degree English JERRY REED B.G.S.U. B.S. degree Instrumental Music Nj W if DANIEL WENDT B.G .S.U. B.S. degree Commercial MARY ANN Rl-IINEHALT Miami Univ. B.S. degree Physical Education ROY WILLIAMSON Defiance College A.B. degree Advance study at Univ. of Louisville and Wilmington College Faculty RAY RITZENTHALER Toledo Univ. B.S. degree Mathematics DAVID YOUNG Ohio State Univ. B.S. degree Agriculture What's this, Mr. Reed, the latest issue of MAD? Mrs. Baker, Mr. Reed, and Mr. Chase. The meeting is at the front of the room. 12 5.1 ,Xi r.X 'fx 'QV X L , 7 f l 'tl L g Q- Y QA 5 - z ii w V . I ff ', ,, " 'YL' 4- lf. I ' ' '-Q 4 f -4.-Qng if X M uw, - - 1' . . 1 we my ,gwwkkwuigmkk ff? fx is -.L F - is is 3 L.,--4' N 1 E ' , .1 , X M1 +43-.. M,-an-A Student Council Our Student Administration Mr. C arnpbell, Advisor ROW 1: Carol Kidd, Terry Gottschalk, Barbara Lewis, Benny I-leilman, Bob Burkett, Bob Pooley. ROW 2: Mary Leatherman, Jeanne White, Marlene Hanely, Shirley Wittes, Ralph McKee, John Schmuhl, Pat Dwyer, Tim Worline. I4 The Student Council's "Three Busy 'B's"': Barb, Benny, and Bob. The members of the Anthony Wayne Student Council have been busy this year with the many and varied projects they have sponsored. The first large undertaking was the annual Mag- azine Drive which was successful once again this year. The profits were used to pay for a new stereo- phonic tape-recorder and risers for the vocal music groups. The Christmas dance for his year, "Christmas Fantasy," was semi-formal, with music furnished by Frank Yurik and his orchestra. A few of the Council assemblies throughout the year centered around archery, studentconvention reports, facts about Russia, different holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Our "Student Administration" has done a fine job this year and has gone a long way toward giving its members experience in government on a small scale and developing the leadership ability possessed by its members. The officers for his year were the following: President--Benny Heilman Vice-President--Bob Burkett Sec.-Treas.--Barbara Lewis The Bulletin Board informs the students. Top Magazine Salesman was Carole Rogers right. Giving her a close race were June Will and Terry Gottschalk. A typical Student Council Meeting. TION A HO OR SOCIETY lst ROW: Faith Beis, Janet Hover. 2nd ROW: Susan Ewald, Barbara Lewis, Maryruth Gomer- sall, Letha Bunde. 3rd ROW: Bill White, Neil Holliker, Mr. Knerr, Tom Bettridge, Terry Gott schalk. The members of the National Honor Society are chosen by the teachers on a basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Any junior or senior having a 3- point average or higher is eligible. Officers of the year are as follows: Faith Beis- -President Janet Hover--Vice President Letha Bunde--Secretary Susan Ewald--Treasurer 5 g C adam! Mr. Wendt: Advisor Faith B 0 . . o- e . rs: . Barbara L2W1S Cofdlror XLBLAZER Next week we ve GOT to get orgamzed' Thrs was the motto of the annual staff Although we somerrmes found rt hard thanks to our hard workrng advrsor edrtors and staff we were able to present rhrs annual to you ROW 1 Susan Ewald Janet Hover Carmen UgO1ln1 Letha Bunde Marlene Hanely and Larry Baldwrn ROW 2 Donna Rupp Carole Rogers Lee Schoonmaker Ne1lHoll1ker Eddle Goldrng Jane Emberger and Terry Gottschalk 17 f. u - H - 1 ' n 1 1 ' 1 1 v 1 y - ' 1 v 1 y 1 1 ntonians FIRST ROW Judy Marcmek Evelyn Corbrn, Nancy Walbolt Marlene Hanely Carmen Ugolrm, Letha Btmde, Joyce Fembaugh Judy Park Karen Ferrell Lrnda Sweede Barbara Lewrs, Peggy Mrller Connre Kamer SECOND ROW Mr Wrllramson, Rrta Hertzfeld Judy Ehret, Helen L1pkowsk1 Sue Leatherman, Nancy Starkweather B111 Whrte Ed Goldrng, Terry Gottschalk, Jeanne Walp Janet Hover, Bevy Beers Sally Ledbetter, Conme Browne, Martha Murdock THIRD ROW Susan Ewald Jane Emberger Wrlma Adams, Judy Penmngton, Joyce Curtrs, Paul Conrad, Barbara Howard Norma Black Sue Knollmrller, Jud Frscher Arlene Lrmes, Garl Studer, Judy Woods, Terry Rrson, Les LaPlante FOURTH ROW Bruce Rock well Torn Bates, Darla Ames, Joan Jeffrey Sally Mlller, Juanrta Bordner, Barbara Walboat, Drane Baker, Sh1r1ey Wrttes, Barbara Drxon Kathy Nessle, Barbara Osenbaugh Juhe Brown, Barbara Smrthers, M1ke Heuerrnan FIFTH ROW Larry Park Mlke Penmngton, Jerry Wallace, Gene Roach, Jrm Trapp, Rollrn Launder, Benny Herlman, Barry Sprmk Ober Harman, Lee Schoonmaker, Tom Markley B111 Drppery Tom Bettrrdge Alvrn Thompson, Jrm Phrlrps Mrke Denrson SIXTH ROW Paul Benson, Bob Burkett, Bob Smrgelskr, Bob Borcherdt Anne Banks, Dons Fa1r, Sue Buckler, Carol K1dd Sue Weaver, Carole Rogers Judy Solomon, Nrta Cordy Jeanne Wanek, Gary Patrrck Frank Hertzfeld B111 Strayer, Dan Shepherd Lawrence Palmerton Antonrans rs the dramatrcs club of Anthony Wayne Any Junror or Senror who rs rnterested rn dramatrcs may become a member of the organrzatron A three act play Buy Me Blue Rrbbons was presented by the Antonrans They also assrsted the speech classes rn therr productron For the frrst mme thrs year the Antonrans I held a meetrng every month and a one act play was pre rm ,,,9.,, rsvp- sented each tlme by a group of rts members The offrcers are Presrdent Eddre Goldrng V1cePres1 N' 'E' dent Kenny Studer Secretary Terry Gottschalk Treas urer B111 Whrte and Advrsor Mr Wrllramson Actress of the year Actor Of the year Marranne Beard Ferry Gottschalk I8 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . : . , , 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 Y , . : - 1 1 1 1 . : , 1 . ' - . 1 , 1 I , , 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 - -1 Wi' 1 - 1 . 4 1 Q I I vw' 1 .X ' 1 - Y V in 1 .N ' 1 ' 5 ' A . . V' ,snr V , I - - , - .. , - , Q -- 1 - - . ' . , A 1 Qi X as x f Thespians The National Thespian Society is a dra- matics honor society. To attain membership in Thespians at Anthony Wayne a total of ten points must be accumulated. Points may be earned by participating in the many phases of Anthonian productions. Each spring those Juniors and Seniors who qualify are initiated into the society. This year the Thespians produced "The Teahouse of the August Moon " Each year one Thespian is honored as Thes plan of the year He is chosen on the basis of his participation towards the plays given during the year at Xnthony Wayne Thespian of the 1957 58 year was Philip l-lertzfeld Thespran of the year Phlllp Hertzfeld At each Antonian or Thespran production ballots are cast to determine the best actress and actor of the year With the approval of Mr Wtllramson the girl and boy with the most votes at the end of the year win the honor 1957 1958 actress and actor were Marianne Beard and Terry Gottschalk "K,,XQv'.Q lm All the World Is a Stage I .fs -G ll 'O at-ax Ed Golchng, Lawrence Palmerton Jerry Wallace Mr Wrlhamson, Frank I-Iertzfeld, Gene Roach Terry Gottschalk Janet Hover Sue Weaver 19 Como a como se anda lejos--or "Little by little we go a long way," is the motto of the Span- ish Club. On of this year's highlights was the Span- ish Christmas party at which the pinata full of candy was broken. In April the traditional Spanish Banquet was held. David Peters, a college student from Venezuela, was the guest speaker. Officers were: President--Janet Hover Vice Pres.--Linda Armbruster Secretary--Carole Rogers Treasurer--Donna Kilgore Breaking the Pinata. Reporter--Kathy Nessle Como a Como Se Anda Lcjos ROW 1 Miss Kuney, Shirley Wrttes, Donna Kilgore, Carole Rogers Janet Hover, Linda Armbruster Kath Nessle, Sherry Spr1nger ROW 2 Ron Dieter, Arthur Vasquez, Pat Connolly Ron Evans, Jeff Thorberry, Adolf Doren, Bob Holloway, Jay Strckney Manuel Lopez Dave Atkrnson ROW 3 Charlotte De Vincent, Rita Gasper, Jolene Penmngton, Dale Ames, Janet Solomon, Julie Brown, Carol Jaquette, Ferrell Bush Loulse Ferrenburg, Margie Stamm Lee Dnaess Becky Lyons ROW 4 Arlene Conrad, Carol Gehike Carolyn Saunders, Janet Kock Sandy Lipinski Mirna Be1s, Debbie Young, Mary Lou Bucker, Suesan Young, Laura Stevens, Jack Shelton, John Emberger, Mike Lopez Gary Buerk. F . z . , . . I . , . , Y , : I , , - , , . I . . . . , . I ' .7 l i ' : 7 7 20 I L1brary Club The World at Your Fmger Trps When You Use the School L1brary X FIRST ROW Barbara Gill Alana Allron, Carole Ledbetter Joyce Curtls Sharon ChOIt16 Llnda Sweede Mable Kadas, Carolyn Hammersmrth Judy Morehouse, Ellen Sellers SECOND ROW Patsy Bettrrdge Norman Barney, Dan Shepherd Marty Murdock, Mrs Baker Barry Sprmk B1ll Rork Janet Koch Carolyn Saunders THIRD ROW Patty Gustm, Joanne Taylor Kay St1ckles, Carol Dunham Janet Lentz Judy Fowler Debbre Young, Roland Hemze, Adolph Dorn Terry Rrson James Jackson Your school lrbrary IS a fnendly place where you wrll frnd your frrends the student lrbrarrans as srstrng rn the many dutres of lrbrary servrce The lrbrary IS a busy laboratory for problem solvrng fact frndrng and recreauonal materrals Need help? Rehef from rout1ne'7 Insprrauonal rdeas" Frrst a1d solut1ons'P Advrce and d1rect1on'7 Consult your student lrbranans Thrs year s Lrbrary Club offrcers were Presrdent Vrce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Reporter 0 B111 Rork Barry Sprrnk Marty Murdock Dan Shepherd Norman Barney 5-1 db J 5 ,JF rw X-7 QW 44551474 217 HEAD IWAJORETTE: Judy Ehert ROW l: Carol Plotts, Dwight Bucher, Tom Markley, Jim Frost, Terry Gottschalk, Harold Austin, Paul Sasse, Doyle Clear, Dick Keifer. ROW 2: Sue Weaver, Letha Bunde, Gail Furry, Jeanne White, Evelyn Marrow, Betty Merrill, Bonnie Hugill, Mary Hessman, Jane Emberger, Jeanne Walp, Nita Cordy, Joyce Dennis, Elaine Studer, Carmen Ugolini. ROW 3: Bevy Beers, Theresa Worline, Daylc Ames, Donna Springer, Barbara Gill, Beth Ann Farnsworth, Cheryl Grimm, Lloyd Adelphia, Karen Bucher, Margene Utterback, Mary Leatherman, Gail Wilhelm, Alana Allion. ROW 4: Mary Osenbaugh, Elizabeth Brown, Pearl Horning, Gene I-Iolliker, Nancy Starkweather, Charlotte DeVin- cent, Darla Ames, Susan Ewald, Kathy Nessle, Judy Studer, Debbie Young, Gail Studer, Judy Morehouse. ROW5: Linda Sweede, Pat Perkins, Tom Schaller, John Ewald, louise Ferrenberg, Sherry Springer, Dorothy I-lorning, Judy Woods, Janet Wilder, Jackie Burrneister, Linda Armbruster, Becky Lyon, Wilma Adams. ROW 6: John Reith, Kay Stickles, Fred Dias, Bill Reiley, Neil Holliker, Bill White, Janet I-lover, John Cooper, Sharon Holliker, David Buehler, Mary Jo Patrick. ROW 7: Tom Shadle, Barbara Osenbaugh, Jim Barney. X 1,-in 5 I .u ,-fax. N va.-1.-f""'K The Marching Generals The band has been as active this year as it usually is. In the sumrner, the members participated in many area parades and the Lucus County and Ohio State Fairs. They provide enter- tainment at every game during the football season. The concert band gave a Winter Concert and worked with the vocal depart- ment in giving the Spring Concert. Two open-air concerts were also given in the spring. The football band had a party after the last game at which Mr. Reed was presented with a record. Awards .- were given out at the Band Banquet in the spring. The officers for this year were: Terry Gottschalk, presidentg Letha Bunde, vice-presidentg Darla Ames, secretaryg Carmen Jgolini, treasurerg and Judy Ehret, librarian. xv' J.. Judy Ehret leading our band Alvin Thompson riding General, the A. W. mascot. Barry Sprink cuts a caper as Dennis the Menace. The majorettes in their pyramid. -vu 9 - - ff sf' -i'a."frf2:r 1 if W7 :.l.224..i1f"'7'!sgx1'J?i' . . I , ,.- .1 iv, fi:-gyirf Wiwff-L' Qi" 1 v:,5 1 ,1 x .5 ,,.'-Vg I . A-' 414' 0 A ,N 1' , x I V , ' . f,.x 5 tr. .avrllg fifdia. 'iw-Q ' 1 Q 4 , . x , 'if K., k S ,'Y A . 'X ' , uf ', ,- - z . . , V 1' A x, Hx .xi -4 jf, W fax' .M Y, giffx 4 ' . A " ,WSF K . 3' si' I f . fi ' 3,-'Q-,rf 0? A , ,pf ,wh , , my in ...- -,.....-saga-L. Q W :P 1 fx Q . ' ,s- ki , Q r ,. 17 f " . ,Qu X' ,L S Q ,K-6, Q Q 'fifffifft' Eglkr? N glkf. ' 5' '- ' . ' v,4l 1 . x' fwef r' zu A '-ilk Q sy- x Q H? f ,A..'f,,:f .Q gtg W, K. U, V x A Herbie's Little Atoms ROW 1: Jane Emberger, Sue Weaver, Nancy Starkweather, Helen Lipkowski, Marlene Hanely, Carmen Ugolini, Letha Bunde, Susan Ewald. ROW 2: Maryruth Gomersall, Bettae Roberts, Darla Ames, Terry Gottschalk, Tom Bettridge, Barbara Howard, Faith Beis, Barbara Lewis, Donna Rupp, Kathy Nessle. ROW 3: Kay Rupp, Shirley Wittes, Diane Baker, Judy Fischer, Connie Kamer, Rita Hertzfield, Judy Ehret, Connie Browne, Barbara Smithers, Jim Trapp, Marcella Ott, Julie Brown. ROW 4: Lisa Rasche, Evelyn Corbin, Larry Strayer, Donald Manor, John Cooper, Mike Dennison, Dick Dieter, Dan Shep- hard, Tom Bates, Gary Patrick, Bill Dippery, Lee Schoonmaker, Benny l-leilman. ROW 5: Mr. Metzger, Jerry Wallace, Bill White, Lester Adams, Bob Smigelski, Paul Benson, Tom Reynolds, Rolland I-leinze, Terry Rison, Neil Holliker, Fred Dias, John Mayfield, Mike Lemp, Bob Burkett. fs ' L X N W A 5' x K fi l ll , .,f , 3 X Do you long to know more about science in the world around you? Do you desire to learn how Ij i.Q A, to play "footsie?" If you do, the Science Club is f x for you. This group of scientific minded people N meets once a month and consists of juniors and X ' X55 seniors. Mr. Metzger's formula of knowledge and 'Ll-Tdwjfffr.-..'C:'-2 fun always results in an interesting meeting. A The officers for the year were as follows: ,EQQSJ President ......... Bill white T Vice President ..... Faith Beis Qgv f X 1 it Secretary-Treasurer . . Judy Ehret X23 25 Dawn Leininger, secretary, Judy Stu- der, vice president, Doris Fair, presi- dent, Janette Flogus, treasurer, Carolyn Hammersmith, parliamentariang Judy Park, recreation leaderg Judy Penning- ton, reporter. Officers Linda Stultz, sergeant-at-arms, Karen Ferrel, County President, Sandy Mazey, Sally Wilder, and Delores Krans, all sergeants-at- arms. Future Homemakers of America The eighty F,H.A. members kept themselves busy this year making money and having fun through the use of their theme "Teeners+Parents S Good Citizens." Annual events in which the group again took part were the following: initiation, the skating party sponsored jointly with the F.F.A,,.Daddy Date Night, the Mother-Daughter Banquet, and celebration of National F.H.A. Week, April 5-ll. New events for the year were as follows: Career Night and serving as host for the County F.H.A, Spring Rally. Karen Ferrel, chapter historian, was president of the Lucas County Chapter this year. Girls in F.l-LA. can win recognition by qualifying for the Chapter, the County, and the State Homemaker Degrees. The Chapter Degree is awarded at the County F.l-l,A, Spring Rally to all girls in the county who are eligible. Twelve girls from Anthony Wayne earned Junior Degrees, and ten girls were awarded Chapter Degrees. Doris Fair, chapter president, was the first girl from Anthony Wayne to meet the requirements for the State Homemaker Degree. Donna Mead and Janette Flogus re- Mixing and baking is the game of Karen ceive a lecture on correct measur- Ferrel and Judy Park. ing from Miss Lawrence. Mixed Chorus Harmony in Blue Our Mixed Chorus this year has been quite successful in one of the busiest years that they have ever experienced, Some of the appearances that they had were the variety show this year entitled "Mississippi Showboat," the Lucas County Teachers Meeting, an exchange concert with Maumee High School, and they sang for the Waterville Rotarians. Under the capable direction of Mr. Falor the Mixed Chorus again brought honors to Anthony Wayne when they received a Superior rating in both District and State Contests for the second time in our history, Mr. Falor also directs the Boys' Glee and Girls' Glee, The following were officers for this year: President ...................... . . . Terry Gottschalk Vice President ..... . . Dick Dieter Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Dona Springer Librarians ........ . . Julie Brown, Gail Strider Robe Committee . . . . . Connie Browne, Barbara Smithers 28 ROW 1: Bill McGee, LaVerne King, Garry Harrison, Dick Roth Jim Frost Terr Rison v 1 Y i John Stall. ROW 2: Bob Dun- nett, John Reith, Frank Vore Dave Atkinson, Dick Lewis, Barry Sprink, David Hertzfeld. ROW 3: Paul Swartz, James Jackson, Harry Flynn, Tom Shadle, Charles Smith, Lee Kosier, Tom Graves, Larry Bernhart. ROW 1: Letha Bunde, Judy Marcinek, Kathy Nessle, Sally Ledbetter, Roberta A Packer, Joyce Curtis, Susan Ewald, Jeanne Walp, Linda Swede, Judy Fischer, Barbara Lewis, Nita Cordy. ROW 2: Sally Jo Mil- ler, Martha Murdock, Dona Springer, Peggy Miller, Sue Weaver, Debbe Bradshaw, Sue Leatherman, Marlene Hanely, Joan Jeffrey, Connie Browne, Carolyn Saunders, Julie Brown, Faith Beis, Darla Ames. ROW 3: Barbara Smithers, Sue Hendee, Gail Studer, Vincene Sanford, Barbara Osenbaugh, Louise Ferrenberg, Neil Holliker, Martin Roth, Jerry Wallace, Terry Gottschalk, Judy Ehret, Nancy Starkweather, Ann Banks, Janet I-lover, Carole Rogers. ROW4: Tom Bates, Dallas Hyatt, Larry Strayer, Fred Dais, Bill White, Lloyd Adelphia, Tom Markley, Dick Deiter, Jack Shelton, John Ewald, Bill Reiley, Benny Heilman, Gary Patrick, John Emberger, John Cooper, Thad Jones. Tom Sharpe not pictured. BOYS' GLEE G I R L 5 G L E E -rr :Gf iLiLWL lluw 233 ROW 1: Tina Avila, Margie Stamm Nancy Sawicki, Sue Knollmiller, 9- ROW l :Emma Houston, Dorothy Horning, Carole Ledbetter, Sue Hatmaker, Sharon Gunn, Edith l-larger, Jean Hark- com, Linda Armbruster, Theresa Worline. ROW 2: Bon- nie Hugill, Elaine Studer, Pat Kobeck, Becky Lyon, Pauline Watson, Nancy Taylor, Arlene Conrad, Jackie Burmeister, Connie Kamer, Rita I-lertzfeld. ROW 3: Carole Kamer, Barbara Sherer, Patty Gustin, Kay Stick- les, Jo Ann Taylor, Janet Wilder, Janice Powers, Laurie Brentlinger, Alana Allion, Bernadine Gerken, Toni Elliot. ROW 4: Sharon Lehman, Arlene Jones, Margene Utterback, Pat Perkins, Jeanne White, Pat Conner, Gloria Greer, Carol Dunham, Barbara Dixon, Barbara Hertzield, Diane Dippery, Janet Stephenson. ROW 5: Mary Spillis, Stephanie Veres, Joyce Heidman, l Diana Vasvery, Barbara Frankforther, Joy Dennis, Linda Stultz, Cheryl Grimm, Mary Leatherman, Gail Furry, Jacquie Launder, Marilyn Miller, Judy Gustin, Karen Everett, Frieda McGovern, Mel O-Dears SEATED: Judy Marcinek, Martie Murdock, Kathy Nes- sle, Linda Sweede, Bevy Beers. STANDING: Connie Browne, Barbara Smithers, Barbara Osenbaugh, Anne Banks, Louise Ferrenberg, Judy Ehret, Sally Ledbetter. Judy Park, Janette Flogaus, Sharon Megyesi, Judy Graves, Margaret Elendt, Mary Bucher, Jean Denison. ROW 2: Sandy Aumend, Donna Kilgore, Linda Linn, Madalyn Spil- lis, Sandy Lipinski, Donna Mead, Bettae Roberts, Myrna Bcis, Arleen Limes, Carol Wilkerson, Delores Krans. ROW 3: Bevy Beers, Barbara Gill, Debbie Young, Barbara Wal- bolt, Juanita Bordner, Leslie Hall, Carol Gehrke, Emma Hintz, Karen Nontell, Vicky Fortney, Margaret Toth, Carolyn Hammersmith, Charlotte DeVincent. ROW4 : Mary Adams, Janet Solomon, Lee Knauss, Rita Gaspar, Rose Suleski, Jolene Pennington, Shirley Spillis, Judy Fowler, Sheralyn Albright, Pearl Horning, Joyce Curtis, Helen Lip- kowski, Judy Studer, Sherrie Sprin- ger. General's Dispatch The Genera1's Dispatch for 1958-'59 was edited by John Mayfield, who was assistant-editor last year. The paper was published and distributed every two weeks. The staff was advised by Miss Sandra Mock and was composed of the members of the journalism class. 'I '1 NJA ia This year our school newspaper added some new features, Some additions were the following: cartoons, pictures, student hi -lights, mystery personalities, crossword puzzles, and bigger sport sections. 99 sea l s 2 f y ig S ip' r- . 1 ,- a K 1' . X K t -"xg" 'C 1'-5 rf LEFT TO RIGHT: Obee Harman, Jeanne Walp, Sue Buckler, Rolland Launder, Joan Jeffrey, Benny Heil- man, Gene Roach. 31 SEATED: Dan Shepherd, Judy Solomon, Judy Mar- cinek, Sharon Gunn, Alice Sasse, Edith Harger, Sharon Chortie. STANDING:Sue I-Iatmaker, Janice Powers. -1 F. F. A. Combines Beauty With Projects We are proud to have Peggy Miller represent our chapter as F,F.A. Sweetheart for the second consec- utive year. To be eligible for chapter sweetheart, the can- didate must live on a farm of three or more acres. She is crowned at our annual banquet each year. Last year at her crowning Peggy was presented an F,F,A, jacket, and this year, a trophy. She came in twenty-third at the contest at the State Fair for F,F,A, sweethearts. Congratulations, Peggy. Frank Hertzfeld, Sentinel, William Strayer, Reporterg Dick Rader, Secretaryg Tom Sharpe, President David Brentlinger, Vice Presidentg Kenneth Studer, Treasurerg Mr. Young, Adviser. 32 ROW 1 Tom Hahn Rrchard Dey Bob Wermer Ken Studer Davrd Brentlrnger, Tom Sharpe Drck Rader Brll Strayer Frank Hertzfeld Tom Bates Mr Young ROW 2 Jrm Rader Larry Bucher, Krm Bucher Davrd Hertzfeld Paul Schwartz Drck Kelfer, Bob Holloway Tom Zwyer James Barber, Steve Schaller Walter Bamey ROW 3 Roger Pennell Larry Schmuhl Gene Colllns Charles Smrth Calvm Zwyer John Mrller Bob Cervantes Nell Rupp Bob Smrth Terry Bucher, George Wenzlrck ROW 4 Tom Shadle Jrm Kenny Coon Albert Welch Kenneth Lunce, Donald Wanek At the F F A Conventron held rn Kansas Ctty Tom Sharpe Davrd Brentlmger George Wenzlrck won a stlver ratrng for the meat Judgrng contest Prtor to thrs they won a ftrst ln the state The Anthony Wayne chapter was host to a two county parlramentary procedure contest Anthony Wayne entered a Jumor and Sentor team On Aprrl 23 they held thelr annual parent son banquet In addrtton to the banquet they sponsored several socral events Among them were skatrng partres chapter partres and other events of s1m1lar nature Under the supervlston of Mr Young the F F A dtd an excellent Job thts year rn the management of the football and basketball concessron stands 33 Charles Smrth 5 l l 2 Y . ' . I 7 ' 7 , , 1 . , Y . v . y . ' I y . Matzinger, Tom Schaller, John Wenzlick, James Barney, Mike Vargas, Bob Kidd, Tom Debbe, Bob Davis, Girls in the Sport Light ROW 1: Gail Wilhelm, Theresa Worline, Carole Kamer, Helen Pavlik, Willo Ann Merriam, Anne Banks, Letha Bunde, Judy Soloman, Arlene Limes, Connie Kamer. ROW 2: Charlotte DeVincent, Jeanne White, Pat Perkins, Mary Jo Patrick, Dayle Ames, Lisa Rasche, Ester Hill, Judy Gustin, Patsy Reynolds, Carolyn Saunders, Ellen Sel- lers, Sue Knollmiller, Barbara Howard, Mary l-lessman, Mabel Kadas, Mrs. Rhinehalt. ROW 3: Margene Utterback Pearl Horning, Peggy Stillwell, Janet Koch, Donna Kilgore, Patty Gustin, Sue Buckler, Carol Kidd, Dorothy Horn- ing, Alana Allion, Darla Ames, Jane Emberger, Maryruth Gomersall, Janet Soloman, Sue Weaver, Faith Beis. ROW 4: Doris Fair, Jeanne Wanek, Carole Rogers, Rita Casper, Sharon Holliker, Gail Furry, Sue Hendee, Barbara Sherer, Carol Burkett, Myrna Beis, Susan Ewald, Debbie Young, Rose Suleske, Pat Kobck, Joyce Fernbaugh, Bar- bara Lewis. ROW 5: Janet Stephenson, Kay Rupp, Diane Baker, Joyce Dennis, Louise Ferrenberg, Marcella Ott, Sally Aumend, Janet Lentz, Janet Hover, Donna Rupp, Mary Leatherman, Jolene Pennington, Diane Dippery, Pat Conner, Jean Harkcom, Nita Cordy, Margie Stamm. ROW 6: Jeanette Keller, Rita Hertzfield, Peggy Miller, Judy Studer, Carol Fair, Joyce Curtis, Sheralyn Albright, Judy Fowler, Shirley Weber, Nancy Starkweather, Sue Leatherman, Marlene Hanely, Helen Lipkowski, Carmen Ugolini, Linda Sweede, Arlene Conrad, Carole Davison. 34 This year the Girls' Athletic Association was divided into six sports: hockey, volleyball, basketball, softball, badminton, and track, Any member could participate in as many as she preferred, but everyone was required to take part in at least three. On October 17, the G. A. A. sold mums at the Home coming game and sponsored the annual Homecoming dance, Autumn Leaves. At Christmas, they had a party at which games were played and refreshments were served. During the year the girls played against Ottawa Hills Clay, Rossford, Maumee Valley, and Bowling Green. The Varsity Officers for the year were: president, Anne Banks: vice -president, Letha Bundep secretary, Judy Solomang treasurer, Arlene Limes. The Reserve Officers were: president, Willo Ann Merriam: vice-president, Helen Pavlik: secretary, Carol Kamer: treasurer, Gail Wilhelm: news reporter, Theresa Worline. President ..... Vice-president . . Secretary .... Treasurer . . . . 06' . . . . . . Nita Cordy Nancy Starkweather . . . . Carole Rogers , . , , Gail Wilhelm Don't jtst do something. Stand there. ffm. y Q2 veA? ,J ,tiki v P E P C L U B Q ROW ONE Mlss Kuney, Mary Hessman Gall Wrlhelm, Theresa Worlrne, B1ll Buckler, Drck Lewls John Schmuhl Gene Holl1ker B1llRe1ley Carol Plotts Gall Furry Carol Burkett Helen Pavlrk ROW TWO Alana Allron, Judy Frscher, Vmcrene Sanford, Susan Hendee Carole Kamer, Joy Denn1s Sharon Howard Jean I-larkcom, Dorothy I-Iornmg Karen Bucher, Jean Denrson Joyce Herdman Barbara Gxll ROW THREE Mar gene Utterback Cheryl Grlmm Elalne Studer Patsy Bettrrdge Roger Pennel Bob Kxdd Debble Bradshaw Wrllo Merrram Rose Suleskr Judy Gustrn, Pat Conner Laurre Brentlmger, Patty Gustrn ROW FOUR Jeanne Whrte, Pat Perkrns Jacquelrne Burmerster Carol Dunham Beth Farnsworth, Larry Sawrckr James Jackson Betty Merrrll Sandy Aumend, Drane Rrson Drane Dlppery Pearl Hormng Susan Borger Carol Davrson ROW FIVE Ellen Sellers Mary Leatherman Ronald Rupp Mrke Shepherd John Ewald B111 Rork Paul Sasse Pete Morrrson, Phrl Hubbard Davxd Buehler Tom Graves Pat Dwyer Trm Worhne Forsam Et Haec Ohm Memmrsse Iuvabrt Verg1l B The Laun Club experrenced a very actlve year The school year began wrth the electron of club offrcers and representatives In early November the club attended a county wrde Junror classrcal League meetmg held at Rogers I-hgh On Frrday Dec 19 aChr1stmas party was held on the deck Thrs Xw as enjoyed by all who attended The Latm Club had several other actlvltres thrs year Promment among these was the Laun Banquet held rn the sprrng L 'qi 36 K' '- TE, , . I 'I F J J W ' I - . . ' . , Q, I bca'-'I'--O R L4 L1 Q I ,f-9-if . X132 1' 2 w 3 W4 F2 F , 4 f Q 2 1 1 I J 3 Wi I VVVV ,,wQ,YFQw', sr .4 gm," . , V, K , N QA. :"' KA .. Q1 mail A..M., fi' s ia A , I P i' "WX M' 1 .L , rr S A - 1 i '-.:,Q V .. Sf. 5 ' .A . B 3 " "A'- - .. , B, . if ' ' .VQ.A r ,wi g s , A A f . gzg.. h B I kkkri : ROW ONE: Lester Adams, Wilma Adams, Phyllis Arnold, Sally Aumend, Earnestine Avila, Diane Baker Walter Barney. ROW TWO: Tom Bates, I-Iarlon Bauman, Charles Bayless, Bevy Beers, Paul Benson Jlm Black, Norma Black are 'K x 'Q 3, f-:Fr 1 1 4 2' Q S wr' :. 'lx ,Q --.. ...,, K. fb if -rs. riff 'rife 'fi' 5 Q 16-W "It's Great to Be U Juanita Bordner Robert Brimmer STAN FM Julie Brown The leaders of the Junior class: Sally Ledbetter, John Studer Thad Jones, and Shirley Wittes Connie Brovme J We Bob Burkett Sharon Chortie Delbert Collins Paula Conrad John Cooper ff ! t K an Qin H ' Xl P: Q A T 1' of Q MN M 'W N 5 K W9 N 'lg' en Q "Nix,-5 v' jr Q X . n,,p. , t t if ef C- t T F My 5 my , to fx 5' yyyn ' ' f- - is i :Q .ff SS-, Mist X , f' Maia 4 -' et stag af , 5' 5-'ge 'W 4 -- ia' 4? pf- ,.,: g,,f K., . . 3 Q 1 HX X D K i l , meg if 5, K Q fi x if As -vs .1-y ROW ONE: Evelyn Corbin, Joyce Curtis, Fredrick Dais, Thomas Debbe, Collette DeLong, Dale DeLong, Michael Denison. ROW TWO: Richard Dey, Richard Dieter, William Dippery, Barbara Dixon, Wilbur Doren, Judy Ehert, Margaret Elendt Y J classmenf' Sa the U . The Thinker - Fred Dias Jeanette Flogaus Vicky Fortney Jon Fournier Ronald Fruchey Donald Funk fa.-F 'Rani' Sandra Elliott Harvest Felto Karen Ferrel Judy Fisher lap, Snr' .K f G i -.-,, T G 5. . -1, - 1? ,Q . r Us if 'ar ,E e ROW ONE: Carl Garber, Robert Garber, Judy Graves, Sharon Gunn, Thomas Hahn, Marlene Hanely, Edith Harger. ROW TWO: Sue Hatmaker, Rolland Heinze, Rita Hertzfeld, Myron I-leuerman, Paul Horvath, Barbara Howard, Carol Jaquette . Z , .TP T be lr. ik, aa ww., W . . F Arlene Jones Thad Jones Connie Kamer Joan Kern "Boy, are we hungry!" say Roberta Packer, Sue Knollmiller, and Bettae Roberts. C llI1101' S Shirley Kidd Bill Kline Gene Knapp Sue Knollmiller Allan Kosier Les La Plante Sue Leatherman Sally Ledbetter Janet Lentz Arlene Limes l1I'1101'S we if ,,,,..-.X He len Lipkowski The studious type - Jon Fournier Donald Manor Sandy Mazey Bob McGee .QQ taaaaae le r f . y we -LN ROW ONE: Donna Mead, Sharon Mehycsi, Peggy Miller, Priscilla Mosher, Richard Navarre, Kathy Nes- sle, Karen Nontell. ROW TWO: Barbara Osenbaugh, Marcella Ott, Roberta Packer, Judy Park, Gary Patrick, Judy Pennington, James Phillips if 'Hr S k . ig- HRS?- 's ,A 'H' I , . fy, xy T2 L 5 N sl.. ,, J' ,lv .4 I if if Nj IP, S five -im. ,. -fn. Frank Rumsey Kay Rupp Nancy Sawicki fa, a..,,': ' .- ' we s? i ,ur 4+ 1 -17 William Rork Martin Roth .7 . V , f Q, 4 , e l if My M J- We " "'5", fl' M g All Je? D, . t g. W .5 AA.. rg S X uniors Bob Pooley Janice Powers Lisa Raschke Ronald Rison Bettae Roberts "You call this work?" we asked Lenny Stamm, Bob Brimmer, and Hosea Welch ROW 1: Steve Schaller, Dan Shephard, Lawrence Sherwin, Bob Smigelski, Charles Smith, Barbara Smithers, Shirley Spillis. ROW 2: Barry Sprink, Dona Springer, Lenny Stamm, Nancy Starkvweather Larry Strayer, Shirley Stevens, Gail Studer A is 'BWV F Wm fri .f 1 ' f 5 KW V., , Wim Q . ' X :irq 7' fi r ,Q J ,q at gl :QQ , t x ,Ei A I, Q :lh ,T::?eqif..,,:,, .,x+.g X., I N X I . , .Q . , 5 A ROW 1: John Studer, Dave Suleski, Linda Sweede, Alvin Thompson, Margaret Toth, Melvin Towner, Carmen Ugolini. ROW 2: Barbara Van Fleet, Arthur Vasquez, Barbara Walbolt, Nancy Walbolt, James Wayne, Shirley Weber, Robert Weimer. N Are you sure that weighs enough, Butch Dey? Loren Wiles Carol Wilkerson Charles Wittes Shirley Wittes Judy Woods Albert Welch ww we A .. YQ .:-as f-, f- ,F K Hosea Welch ' Edna Wenzlick "'s W . 11111013 Eillirilffliifiski in A tieh ,ia ai" , -r'-' .. me I iii' s f e ' it ' Qbzliiv , A Q, ,fr ' :,g,,,M,Q?'. X . ' ..,, uni!" -e.. ,lui it ,J . N, x f . S3 'A ff .r is mf, ,O inns-L, L N, W ROW 1: Edwin Abbott, Mary Adams, Larry Ahl, Sheralyn Albright, Dayle Ames, Linda Armbruster, Chester Arnold. ROW 2: James Barney, James Bath, Kathleen Bayless, Myrna Beis, Larry Bernhard Kenneth Beverly, Craig Boehlc ,aw fx- t ' ..-asf' if ,Q 'lf vi! 25 'Q his-Q . f.. 't f new , . K ,W ., ,,,.:s.,,, , ' 31- . , ff, 2 S Susan Borger David Bradley Debbie Bradshaw ophomores THE LEADERS OF OUR CLASS. Willo Ann Merriman, Jim Smigelski, Mac McKee, and Judy Studer V ,, m Kimber Bucher Q Larry Bucher X' n 39" A I Doyle Clear v. - - ii' it Jerry Bucher Gary Buerk Lawrence Burditt Carol Burkert Faye Bush , .. .I gf 'S' fx -mmf. .. ' ii H x i --ggijf 1 if xr . 'k'k ' g as : -. -mp - f 45 I r 1 if as 5 'E WP f 'ly X ROW ONE: Robert Cervantes, Arlene Conrad, Kenny Coon, Raymond Coss, Robert Davis, Carol Davi- son Adol h Dorn. ROW TWO: Pat Dwyer, Leslie Earnest, John Emberger, John Ewald, Carol Fair, 1 P Louise Ferrenberg, Judy Fowler Sophomores David Fr ankforther Sue Garber e 2 C N33 if - 'Q m e What's this sophomore caucus all about? Carol Gehl-ke ,jg . l- . Carolyn Hammersmith " , ,, . Mike Hall Larry Heilman R Barbara Heinze 1 ter R' 7 Leslie Hall "TR ' W I Sue Hendee David Hertzfeld Emma Hintz Maxine Hobbs Gene Holliker in 'Eff William Gillard A .,5,,r , L r,.V P L 9 za- i5? f. ,- . I .32 W ' lr' 'ga' i 1- ' ' L 1 , " v," ..- ' H H " ' ' . if L ..,, , L 1 A"' AL' H A ' L : :1 ' A i if 1 "'- 7' 'V . K Iwi L W- an ' -- k s , f J be L? 3 in Y als. 1 Kl'f f ' ::- "'-2 ' "' A W Y ,, H AhA- if Q? , ,, - L' vi f ,- 4 L '1 -: f Q 5 t . '5.A i L VZ' af ' Q , X ROW ONE: Robert Holloway, Emma Houston, Vicki Howard, James Jackson, Mabel Kadas, Carole Kamer. ROW TWO: Gary Karnes, Richard Keifer, Jeanette Keller, Donna Kilgore, Stanley Kirk- endall, Janet Koch. QQ arf is Sa x Leroy Kosier Dawn Leininger "What a word!" exclaims Mike Lopez. Linda Linn Sandra Lipinski is 534, vi s- af Eli? , Sophomores Michael Lopez Jim Lunce Rebecca Lyon Elton Marshall Bonnie Mathewson Douglas McCreery Robert McGee William McGee Ralph McKee Willo Merriam John Mertes 'K '75 John Miner ':': ! W PM , 45 f 1 Marilyn Miller ' A 5 ri 2 fn' '1 2 Shirley Osstifin K "1-idx 3 ' W EWX Judy Morehouse tl 'ar P, jf ' rs y K 4 I H 7 , ,. A yr K Mary Jo Patrick Helen Pavlik A W Carol Plotts ,. b""' X I A Jim Rader e , M r Diane Ramsey f f? LQ 1 ",-- 4 ' Q35 ---' 's Q it ,f' A W A N 1 ,- ,--mg . .. Sophomores 55555 VQQTSWEAAI Au. 'P . sul: 1 3 H Dlane Rlson Bernard Rister r'1 WR if si will in f""1 l"W Charles Ott Galen Rupp b N Q '- .t 1- 3 f ,Z "What sportswear do you like best?" asks ,. ' if Carolyn Hammersmith and 'Linda Linn. ROW ONE: Marilyn Rupp, Neil Rupp, Donald Sack, Junior Saldana, Vincene Sanford, Paul Sasse. ROW TWO: Carolyn Saunders, Larry Sawicki, Carol Schmuhl, Paul Schwartz, Edward Seel, Thomas Shadle. , i i ' ii a:::',: a ..-y if A Nw 1 K 5 .' ,li- 4 J. at ,gf .M 3,8 x 3, f1.V .. f' ig We gi? ,M Elissa R ll W L AW .L 2 4 dr In I 1 Q R if 1 I,-Lf 1 K M ,A ton Scott, Judy Studer. Ff ,i,FlM .ri.H J s. V3 ff! ROW 1: Jack Shelton, Barbara Sherer, Lloyd Shoup, Frank Slanika, James Smigelske, Mary Smig Bob Smith. ROW 2: Janet Smithers, Janet Soloman, Madalyn Spillis, Calvin Squire, John Stall, Sophomores A A' Linda smm ,l F. G ary Taylor Y Hs- Melvm Townsend Paul Sasse, David Hertzfeld, and Nell Rupp Deanna Vasvery having fun at noon. l f Q . Donald Vasvery lrif ' Donna Welker l jk ggl Richard Wilder Q H , Vr:': , 5 George Wilhelm 1 ' ,ff f 9 in mu Frankie William -X 'W I Q ,gs-' ,, -- M A Donald Wise ' V 1? zg' G 'f Kenneth Wittes 9 "" I 7' , i-:"P rlrrr S L f ferr' r Pars Wines -I ,.,. -- '.w , . l J or a n '1-.. J arl Timothy Woflif 'ggt W '- . ,aff , .. r ayfy I .... I .U . , - Ei a ,... 'E g A R Q., I z' -fl .EE I . W H V , f Q' gs S as ,L ki. - , - . , A 7 Q--. W if , L,:. A E if 'mv' . ,A , we A iw if -if 1' X Q ROW ONE: Lloyd Adelphia, Ronald Allen, Alana Allion, Joe Anderson, Daved Atkinson, Sandra Aumend, Frank Avila. ROW TWO: Harold Austin, Jerry Baker, Patsy Bettridge, Lawrence Bialecki, Ronald Brogan, Bernard Brown, Elizabeth Brown Freshmen It's All New Dwight Bucher Er. . 'fr- Fred Bucher V .-6 MJ!! Easifix L ds Karen Bucher . of THE LEADERS OF OUR CLASS. V Dick Lewla, Gail Wilhelm, Jolene Pennington, and Bill Buckler. H Mary Bucher V U ' Bill Buckler A f I , 5 E . 2 f David Buehler Jacquie Burmeister Ben Byrd Pat Carpenter Tom Chanady 1 at W9 it -H"" ' in I R Q Q' ROW ONE: Patricia Conner, Patrick Connolly, Joe Cymbola, Joyce Dennis, Jean Denison, Charlotte De Vincent, Ron Dieter. ROW TWO: Diane Dippery, Carol Dunham, Bob Dunnett, Tonie Elliot, Dorthy Elendt, Ronald Evans, Karen Everett M V. , Beth Farnsworth fill, oe, E X, 2 Q' ' fr , " f Harry Flynn L ' L 'sX Judith Funk Barbara Frankforther James Frost lg . ., Y o ' Gail FUUY John Schmuhl, one of the Freshman Student Council representatives. Q 3' r 'a Judy Garber Rita Caspar Thomas Cerity Bernadean Gerken Charles Gibson i in fin ,B . . 9 'ir 1 il S ,sf A j i ' A il ,A :ul hi Pa 'f"Q""n s N l 1 Q . X f S g 'E K' zz g O sw, K Wm g M' I X. Q ROW ONE: Barbara Gill, Tom Graves, Gloria Greer, Cheryl Grimm, Thomas Gunn, Judy Gustin, Patty Gustin. ROW TWO: Jeam Harkcom, Gary Harrison, Joyce Heidman, Eugene Heising, Barbara Hertz- feld, Mary Hessman, Ester Hill Pat Perkins, Betty Merrill, and Bernadean Gerken picking up individual pictures. Bonnie Hugill Casper Karamol Robert Kidd La Verne King Lee Knauss - E ii- , ii i J ffiiffz . Sharon Holliker Dorthy Horning Pearl Homing N in ,' 0 ,L 'K if xr -my .J .wx K L if Sharon Howard Q V, rr ,, Q, L g "", ':": Phillip Hubbard A --B ' ,I E -fii X ...M i::" . f it za. Q i ,li .3 .s , -,ng-. A h- Q 1 ' I, . ,ix is on ' A 3' v"-. A ,1 . 1 eff' xl r f Q if Q 'Sidi ..- A S, V ifslmag? .J ww + H K ri' K 5 ' --Y r HHN iii Lest af. PW l r x 1 g .Q 6, ,vu 2 x 1, f I - P 'pa ,. .. fl a- ' 1, 2.4 :ae s. img? Q ni me W J ! ROW ONE: Delores Krans, Jacquie Launder, Mary Leatherman, Carole Ledbetter, Sharon Lehman, James Lewallen, Dick Lewis. ROW TWO: Manuel Lopez, Kenneth Lunce, Elvira Martinez, James Matzinger, Bill Mazey, Frieda McGovern, Donald Meach 3331 g 5- ? - 8' if A " ,fig E A , . ff' i'4 A 21-. " 1: 333 1 Betty Merrill Sherrie Moritz Donald Morrison Tom Graves and Richard Roth taking it easy. MW Freshm n Mary Osenbaugh e Roger Pennel Jolene Pennington Patricia Perkins Kurt Raschke Gerald Reese John Rieth Danny Rister Richard Roth Donald Rupp Thomas Schaller 1 '13 55- 1 e f h S '- fe b? Q, La if gi 2 9 N Egg . , M ,rf If .ff if 3 tx 5 John schmuhl y S A Larry Schmuhl ' " Ellen Sellers 1 ,J g 3 "W f 'arf' I 1 s-JO Michael Shephard '- The Freshman cheerleaders building school 71 ii S A. ROW ONE: Craig Sherwin, Mary Shilling, Bob Silver, Lois Snyder, Margaret Spillis, Sherry Springer, Marjorie Stamm. 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H, 5' 1 ink alvm S uire Lester Adams John Ember er Neil Ru Larry Heilman DavidBradl FIRST ROW: Barry Spr' , C ' q ' , , g , pp, , Bob Smigelski, Paul Benson, Larry Baldwin, John Mertes, Edwin Abbott, Tom Reynolds. SECOND ROW: David Frankfarther, Dick Dieter, Benny Heilman, Rollie Launder, John Gibson, Ralph McKee, Roland Heinze, Jim Lun Jim Bath, Bob Brimer, Les LaPlant, James Jackson, Tom Debbe, Mike Hall, Bob Smith. THIRD ROW: Richard Albaugh, Paul I-Iiser, John Studer, Richard Navarre, Loren Wiles, Neil Conner, Jim Phillips, Bob Pooley, Ober Harmon, Bob Borcherdt, Martin Roth, Kenneth Wittes, Tom Bates, Garry Kams, Larry Park, Thad Jones, James Baxter. W , SCOREBOARD Rogers 6 Eastwood 6 , , Perrysburg 7 Fl g Port Clinton 18 Swanton 6 Rossford 14 Genoa 12 Generals Maumee 60 Holland 0 Go get 'em, Seniors! Six points for Pooley. 8 CE A. ..- ... ..- .- Y, W , J 3 gl I L5 ff 1 ! .. 3 3 if gl .ng 1? A tg I I 1 A 13 r . ' fl ' N, 4 X5 WW S 31 9 Wx ii? f F ' ' 'vw-Q, 1-Pi.. 4 6 881 Sjggv mm 5 Q' if 68 13 Our Victorious Varsity Vt? , 581' XJ 'Nw Q. LEFT TO RIGHT Jerry Wallace, Bob Borcherdt, Lee Schoonmaker, Eddle Goldmg, Jlm S11ver, Ober Harman, Mlke Penmngton 51: S11ver s QU1Ck thmklng helps to over 61 Harman tensely walts for Schoon come Port Clmton maker's rebound Fast Flying Feet ROW 1: Tom Debbe, John Adams, Jim Jackson, Barry Sprink, Jim Lunce, Tom Sasse, Bob Brimmer, Ed Golding ROW 2: Joel Bragg, Richard Navarre, Neil Conner, Bill Smithers, Barton Furry, Mike Lopez, Mike Lemp, Kenny Studer, Wilbur Doren. ROW 3: Steve Schwab, Bob Smith, Paul Benson, Mike Heuerman, Stan Kirkendall, Vernon Plotts, Jerry Phillips, Rollin Latmder, Bob Megysi, Coach James Baxter. The Anthony Wayne track team did not have a very successful season in 1958. They put out a great deal of effort but still ended up with a record of 1 win, 5 losses, andnext to last in the league meet. There were two records broken and 1 tied in the season. Steve Schwab set a new record for the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Vernon Plotts tied the school record in broad jumping. The track team is looking forward to a better season in 1959 as there are 6 returning lettermen. Perrysburg 82 112 ........ . A.W. 35 U2 m Maumee 78 Maco ber 53 . . . ..... . . 17 Napoleon 91 .......... . . 27 Genoa 95 Lake 41 . . . . . 12 Liberty Center 65 . . . . 53 Rossford 53 .... , , 65 IV W .:v If P, ' Nfl' l I X lfllf' A if Port Clinton . . Genoa .... Maumee , , , Perrysburg . . . Anthony Wayne Rossford ..... League Meet ..55 ..5O . 24 8 1X4 7 1X2 Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne 7 2 ll 5 1 4 3 0 Liberty Center Liberty Center Holland ,,,, Rossford Maumee Perr sburg Maumee Perrysburg Rossford TOURNAMENT 2 DeV11b1ss 5 Sylvanra fSwanton Sectronal Champronsj Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne Anthony Wayne 1 Bryan fDef1ance Sectronal Champronsy Anthony Wayne 0 Fremont Ross CNorthwestern Ohro Drstrrct Runners Upj Team Captams Tom Droessler and ' Denotes Northern Lakes League Game GaffY Wllhelm atter Up FRONT ROW Manager Thad Jones Kay Fosnaught Bob Smrgelskr Gary W1l.he1m Rrchard Strayer Bob Burkett Manager Steve Thomas BACK ROW Tom Droessler Lenny Stamm John Studer Mlke Mertes Coach Ray Rrtzen thaler Bob Pooley Jrm Young Ralph McKee Mxssmg Lee Schoonmaker, Ober Harman Benny Herlman, Ivan Woodlmg 'l',gr ,ff 63 ' ........... 2 3, ' 4' . . . . . . . . ll x A i , ' y ...... . . . 6 ' ' ........... 2 f it Y o 1 M ' if L. ' 3 ...... .... 4 9, h I i ' ' ...... . . . 1 ' ........... 2 so If 1 "' 1 1 . .J . J ' 1 I ! 7 l l ' . l ,z , , ! 7 I ., "': 't 'V AVMOV .XX 'rj' , Mk. V 5 t 2 ' " , 2 L 3 A I , A ,C 2 'X B fm 1 'V i '-.. v J mu- A my A I 7, W f 2 X 4 f 5 f 5 e ' A L y , A 5 , E. 5 A Nr V X 1 3, Ni ' fy an x A : . , i,J1,f , y FRESHMAN: Rita Casper, Mary Leather- man, Jolene Pennington, Gail Furry, Gail Wilhelm, Mary Hessman, Jeanne VVhite, Margie Stamm VARSITY: Sue Leatherman, Sue Buekler Marlene Hanely, Peggy Miller, Judy Marcinek Our Cheerleaders Q- -or Q Q War' .1 7 Xeleele +4646 Homecoming e Queen Carol Kldd ORS A x .,.,, ,fr-,J Lg! Eli JT vzfx 'P Ag. 5 -R T 'TSX Q'I':TU'1EQS 'lg Noam III X,- gt Our officers: Jerry Wallace, treasurerg Rollin Launder, vice-presidentg Lee' Schonmaker, president Terry Gottschalk, secretary. FAITH BEIS THOMAS BETTRIDGE ROBERT BORCHERDT DAVID BREN TLIN GER PHILIP BUCHER SUSAN BUCKLER N. 4. I . K g 9 Y has-.n...ar-f' 'S JOHN ADAMS DARLA AMES LARRY BALDWIN E. ANNE BANKS JAMES BARBER NORMAN BARNEY What is it? SENIORS, of course! R235 ' Ks' !41.a A Q3 it Q' X., NITA CORDY WORK? MARRIAGE? 'L x COLLEGE? Q V D X V Z! --Q TV X A 5 A :ig-. V 1 A In 'Q Hail,Hai1, the gang's all here. EDWARD GOLDING s.ii xx MARYRUTH COMER SALL JANE EMBERGER an SUSAN EWALD wfjjfw I Semors LARRY GOOD TERRY GCWTTSCHALK 'V OBER HARMAN ,gif 4.35 C74 5 X , B fm BERNARD HEI LMAN N"l'I"f'QI'!f' I Tis the season to he jolly, Sue Weavvr, but nm in the library. JOAN JEFFREY FRANK HERTZFIELD NEIL HOLLIKER JAMES HOLLSTEIN JANET HOVER J' ...QQKX wmka Aaffl? Q Q' 33' 7 Q wr ' 'Qi CAROL KIDD ROLLIN LAUNDER MICHAEL LEMP BARBARA LEWIS Aff fr- -'in R C Queen Caro1's big night. DALLAS HYATT 3 DENNIS MAIER pg ,. ixihsf A -.,, A Y . f- Q 'wg' V -'A+ W Q4 ,lin ' fi ., VLZA 'zu Qu-n-gp Ak mf, fl! Q. ff. MARTHA MURDOCK LAWRENCE PALMERTON V W5 ffl LARRY PARK 1 Early morning gl-lb-SESSION GENE ROACH BRUCE ROCKWELL CAROLE ROGERS A Seniors DONNA RUPP I vt gn-up Uhr' .guru LARRY RUPP .1 ef' Seniors JOYCE SAWYER Qs ALICE SASSE LEE SCHOONMAKER JUDY SOLOMON Hard at work,Bi11 White. RONALD SCOTT f?-3' THOMAS SHARPE iii? fin xr X xv QQ, asm- BETTY ANN STRAYER WILLIAM STRAYER KENNETH STUDER JAMES TRAPP KI' Late again, Judy? GERALD WALLACE Seniors 'E-,M-rr JAMES SILVER JEANNE WALP iw Q., 'HO' MOST STUDIOUS Farth Bers and Letha Bunde Thrs year for the frrst trme the faculty was asked to select srx outstandrng senrors The stu dents were nomrnated and voted on by the faculty FaCu1ty'S Chorce gi! Letha Bunde and John Mayfreld The Student Body as well as the Faculty ex tends rrs congratulatrons to Farth Bers Letha Bunde John Mayfreld Barbara Lewrs and Terry Gottschalk our most outstandrng senlors of 1959 We srncerely wrsh you success and the best of luck rn all that you do I MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED O 79 FRESHMEN It's been fun, and the next three SOPHOMORES With each year we gam a years will be even better closer class relationship Another school year is over The end of the year has a different meaning for each class The freshmen realize that many new friends were gained and much knowledge was acquired They are well acquainted with high school now To the sophomores it is the end of a year which contained much study and hard work Yet the underclass activities in which they participated added variety to this year of education The Juniors found this year entirely different from the others It was wonderful to goal of being seniors is almost a reality For the seniors it is the end of four years of studies activities and achievements It is the end of manv friendships and the beginning of many more Each semor whoever he mav be will be seeking his place in life No matter which class it la they all have their special memories from this year These they will cherish for the rest of their lives JUNIORS The best year is yet to come SENIORS Until we meet again 80 be upperclassmen. There were many more responsibilities and activities to occupy their time. Their .1 JOHN ADAMS Pardon me, wlule I 11 Latln Club l 2, Sc1ence Club 4 Basketball manager 2,3,4 Track 2 3 Perfect attendance 1,2,3 DARLA AMES I never laugh untll I hear or see somethmg funn Latln Club 1,2,3 V P 1,2, Band l,2,3,4 V P 3, Dance Band 1,2 Pep Club 3 Off1C6 Sec State 4 1,2, Mxxed Chorus 4, L1brary Club 3 Sc1ence Club 3,4, G1rls Glee 12,3,4 Sec 4 Anton1ans 3 4 GAA 4 Perfect attendance 1 2,3, Gxrls' LARRY BALDWIN He's the most MISS lnformed man m to Latm Club 1 2, Annual Staff 4 Football 1 2 4 ANNE BANKS Tall sllm, and pretty, too FHA 23 G1rls'Clee 12, Mlxed Chorus 3 Traxl Blaze Queen Nom1nee 4 Ensemble 4 Anton1ans 34, GAA l,2,3 4, Pres 4 Pep Club 3,4, G1r1s' State 4 JAMES BARBER FFA 3,4, Perfect attendance 1 NORMAN BARNEY He seeks f L1brary Club 4 SCICDCS Club 4 Phys Ed 3 Band 12 FAITH BEIS 'A perfect example of personalxty and knowle workmg together Latm Club 1 2, Sc1ence Club 3 4, V P 4 nual Staff 3 4, Mrxed Chorus 1 2,3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Pres 4 Cheerleader 1, GAA 1,2,3,4 Student Counc1l 1 2 THOMAS BETTRIDGE Most men are perfect, take me for exam le Jr Classical Ltague 1 2 3 4 ACt1V1fy Chrm 2 V I-' 4 Class1cal Honor Soc1ety 1 2 3,4 Sec 4 Forum Llterary Soclety 2,3,4 Chaplaln 2,3 Treas 4 Natlonal Honor Socxety 3 4 Actwlty Chrm 4 UN Club 3 4, V P 4 Class Pres 3 Trall Blazer Kmg Nommee 4 Anton1ans 4 ROBERT BORCHERDT 'One should not neglect one s educatlon for on stud1es Sc1ence Club 1,2 Boys' Glee 1 Anton1a.ns 4 Football 1 2 3,4, Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 12 3 4 Track I 2,3 VUSIW Club 3 4 DAVID BRENTLINCER ' ve a great memory for forgettmg FFA 1 2,3,4 V P 4 Antomans 4 PHILIP BUCHER Never Judge a man by h1s s1ze Track 1,2, Latm Club 1,2 SUSAN BUCKl.ER Mlschlef lS her rmddle na FHA 1 2 General's D1spatch 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3,4 G1rls'Clee 1,2 Anton1ans 3 4 GAA 234 Pepclub 34 LETHA BUNDE It IS those who are on the go that make the world g roun at1nClub 12,VP 12, Bnd 123,4 4 Mxxed Chorus 1,2,3 4 Sec 3 Treas 3 S u dent Councll 2 Annual Staff 4 Class Sec Sc1ence Club 4 Natlonal Honor SOCIEW 3 4 Sec 4 CAA 1 3,4 V P 4 Cheerleader 1 e Club 3 V P 3 Anton1ans 3 4 Scholarshxp Team 1,2,3, Perfect attendance 1 MARGARET BURDITT Tranqu1l1ty lS always adm1re m peo l F H A 1 2 3,4 Perfect attendance 1 2,3 NORMA BURDITT Gxve every man tlune ear, but few thy vo FH l 2 3 4 NEIL CONNER Football h1s fxrst lo Football 1 2 3,4, Baseball 1 Track 2 3 4 NITA CORDY Softly she speaks, weetly she sm1le Span1sh Club 1,2, G1r1s'G1ee 2 Sec 2 Muced Chorus 3 4, Band 1,2,3 4, Antonxans 34 Cheer eader 1 G AA 3,4, Pep Club 34 Pres 4 Tra1lblazer Queen Nommee 4 JF JANE EMBERGER 'Tho' she s always 1n haste,she snever m a hu ry Latm Club 1 2 L1brary Club 1 2 Sc1ence Club 3 4, Annual Staff 4 Band 1 2 3 4, Anton1ans 3 4 G A A 1 3,4, Pep Club 3 4, Perfect At tendance 2 Scholarshlp Team 12,3 if SUSAN EWAID Amb1t1ous, frrendly, n1ce to kno , " " 1 1 l " 1 1 1 1 " ll ' ' ll , . - l Ve' 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 "' 1 ' " 1 I " 1 y , , 111 - ll "' 1 1 ' "" 1 " ' ll - - ll Y' " ' -- . 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W. 82 e'll make a h1t wherever she'll go Lat1n Club 1 2 Llbrary Club 2 3 Sec 3 Treas 3 SCIEDCC Club 4 Annual Staff 4 G1rl s Glee 1 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3,4, Anton1ans 3 4, Nat1ona1 Honor SOCICLY 3 4 Treas 4 G A A 2,3,4, Pep Club 3 4, Perfect Attendance 2 Scholarslup Team 1 2 3 'F DORIS FAIR I don't tell wlute hes mme are ln technlco or L1 rary Club 1,3, F H A 1 2 3 4 Pres 4 Anton1ans 3 4, G A A 2,3,4 Pep Club 3 4 Scholarshlp team 2,3, Off1Ce secretary 4 JOYCE FERNBAUGH 'A w1nn1ng sm1le, the sweetest of all 1ntroduct1o F A 4 Anton1ans 4 GAA 234 JOHN GIBSON 'Mad bad, and dangerous to kn Football 1 2 EDWARD GOLDING 'Nothmg s dull where he Annual Staff 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Anton1ans 34 Pres 4 Thesp1ans 3 4, Basketball 12 3 4 Baseball 1,2,4 Track 3 Class Presldent 2 Class Treasurer 1 MARYRUTH GOMERSALL A true fr1end w1th qual1 1es at are r Lat1n Club 1 2, L1brary Club 1 2, SCISDCC C ub 3 4 G rls' Glee 1 Band 1,2,3 4 Anton1ans 3 Nat1onal Honor Socxety 3,4, G A A 1,3,4, Pep Club 3 4, Scholarshlp Team 1 LARRY GOOD I envy no man who knows more tha TERRY GOTTSCHALK E1ther I w1ll f1nd a way or I w1ll make o Lat1n Club 1 2, Sc1ence Club 3 4, Annual Staff 4 M1xed Chorus 2 3,4, Pres 4 Ensemble 4 Band 1,2,3 4 Pres 4 Anton1ans 3 4 Sec 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 Pres 4 Nat1onal Honor Soclety 3 4 Scl1ola.rsh1p Team 1 2 3, Class V P 3 Class Sec 4 Boys' State 4 OBER HARMAN He 1S a leader of men and a follower of wom Anton1ans 3,4 Football 2 3,4 Basketball 1 3 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Student COU.1'1C1l 1 Class Treasurer 2, Tra1lb1azer Kmg Nom1nee 4 BERNARD HEILMAN 'T1me tells on a man espec1ally a good t1m Lat1n Club 1,2, Sec 2 Sclence Club 3 4, Gen eral's D1spatch 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4, Anton1ans 3,4, Football 1,2 3,4, Basketball 12 3 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Student COLlI1Cll 3 4 Pres 4, V P 3 Boys' State 4 FRANK HERTZFELD A qu1et, knowlng, country lad F F A 1 2 3 4 Anton1ans 3 4, Thesplans 3 4 NEIL HOLLIKER S ud1ous and a good fr1end beS1dCS Lat1n Club 1 2 Sclence Club Annual Staff 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4 Nat1onal Honor SOCIEYY 3 4 Scholarshlp Team 1,2 JAMES HOLLSTEIN T e cautlous seldom rr JANET HOVER Merry, mus1cal, and m1sch1evou Lat1n Club 1 2, Sec 2 Spa.n1sh Club 3 4, Pres 4 Annual Staff 4 M1xed Chorus 1 3 4 Ensemble 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Anton1ans 3 4 Thesp1ans 3 4 Scholarshlp Team 1 2,3 G A A 2 4 Pep Club 3 Student Counc1l 3 Nat1onal Honor Soclety V P DALLAS HYATT 'To know h1m IS to l1ke h1m Spamsh Club M1xed Chorus 2 3 4 Track 2 JOAN JEFFREY If she can't f1nd anythmg to laugh about, she'll Jus g1gg1e Lat1n Club 1,2, General's Dlspatch 3,4 G1rls Glee 2,3 Mlxed Chorus 4 Anton1ans 3 4 CAROL KIDD Pretty as a P1CtL1I'C, DICE frame t Llbrary Club 2 F H A 1,2, General's D1s patch 3 G1rls' Glee 1 2, Antomans 3 4 G A A 1,2,3 4 OfflC6 Sec 3, Pep Club 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 ROLLIN LAUNDER IS educatlon IS only p1gsk1n de p Lat1n Club 1 Sc1ence Club 3 Phys Ed Club 123 GeneralsD1spatch 4 Anton1ans 34 Foot ball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 12,3, Baseball 2 Track 1,3,4, ClassVP 24 MIKE LEMP ' man of a few thousand words ' Lat1n Club 1 2 Sc1ence Club 3,4 Boys' Glee 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 2 3 4 sh . .H . -- .-- S . lu- , . -A "' 1 1 " 1 1 ""' 1 ' ' "' 1 "' 1 1 1 ' " 1 " 1 "' 1 " " I " 1 ' " 1 1 ' 1 "" 1 1 1 " 1 1 . 1 " ' " 1 1 ' " 1 ' " 1 1 -" 1 1 "' 1 "' - I I l'-- - -- , ' -- 1 "' 1 1 ' " ll - ' ll . -' ' ' ""' 1 1 1 1 "' 1 ' "" 1 ' I, . .... ,, -- l . b ---...--,,,, .--5 -- ' ,, . u- . -- . ll - - - ll , . . . , , , t . 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' ' . . -- 1 e' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' BARBARA LEWIS "Sugar and SPICE and everythlng mce Lat1n Club 1,2 Pres 2, Sc1ence Club 4 Annual Staff 3,4, Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Ensemble 4 Band 1 2 3 Anton1ans 3,4, Natxonal Honor Soclety 3,4 Scholarshlp team l,2,3, GAA 4 Offlce Sec 4 Student Counc1l 3,4, Sec 4 Treas 4 Class Secretary 2 Gxrls' State 4 DENNIS MAIER ork has kllled many a man, why d1e"" Baseball 4 Bowl1ng 4 JUDY MARCINEK May she always stay the same, changmg noth1ng but her name Llbrary Club 2 Treas 2 FHA l,2, General's Dlspatch 4 G1rls' Glee 1,2, Mlxed Chorus 3 4, Ensemble 4 Band 2,3, Anton1ans 3 4 Cheer lea er 4 G A A 1 2,3 4 Offlce Sec 4 Pep Club 3 4 THOMAS MARKLEY ' There are two sldes to every questxon the wrong slde, and my slde Latm Club 1,2 Pres 2 M1xed Chorus 2,3 4 team 1 Basketball l,2,3, Baseball 1,2,4, Class Presldent 3 JOHN MAYFIELD "A greater guy you ll never meet " Spamsh Club 2 3 V P 3 Sc1ence Club 3 4' General's Dlspatch 3 4 Edxtor 4 Scholarslu team 3, Basketball 2 Student COU.!1C1l 1 SALLY JO MILLER 'Her tongue IS l1ke a wheel, one spoke after an other Latm Club 1,2 Glrls' Glee 1 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Anton1ans 3 4 Scholarshlp team 3 MARTHA MURDOCK Her d1spos1t1on 15 l1ke her smlle always sunn Spamsh Club 1,2, Llbrary Club 2 3 4, Sec 4 G1rls'G1ee 1 2 Mlxed Chorus 2,3,4, Anton1ans 4 Off1CE Secretary 4, Trallblazer Queen Nomme LAWRENCE PALMERTON B s1lent and pass for a phllosopher Anton1ans 3,4, Thesp1ans 3 4, Scholarshlp team 1,2, Perfect Attendance 1 2 LARRY PARK ' When the teacher IS away, the students wxll play Phys Ed Club l,2,3 Sec 3 Anton1ans 34 Football l,2,34 Track 1,234 MIKE PENNHXIGTON A llttle nonsense now and then IS relxshed by e best of men Spamsh Club l 2, Boys' Glee 1 2 Band l 2 3,4 Anton1ans 4 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Offxce Sec 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 I RICHARD RADER ' Well you l1ve and learn A , 4 ec Anton1ans 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 Basketball 1 THOMAS REYNOLDS Slow and steady wlns the race Latm Club 1 2 Football manager 4 Basketball manager 4 GENE ROACH "Everyt1me he spoke, we were sure to hear a S1 y Joke General's Dlspatch 4 Boys' Glee 3 Antomans 3,4 Thesp1ans 3 4 V P 4 Bowlmg 2 3 4 Captaxn 4 BRUCE ROCKWELL 'He who mvented work should have flmshed 1 Band 2 Anton1ans 4 CAROLE ROGERS 'B g blue eyes and a c armmg sml e Spamsh Club 3 4, Sec 4, F H A 1,2, Annual Staff 4 Girls' Glee 1, Mlxed Chorus 2,3 4 Anton1ans 3,4, G A A 2,3,4, Pep Club 3, , ec DONNA RUPP "Sweet and sedate, always on tlme, never ate Lat1n Club 1 2, Sc1ence Club 4 A Annual Staff 4 Scholarshlp team 4 G A A 2,3 4 Pep Club 4 Perfect Attendance l,2,3 LARRY RUPP Folks say I m bashful, but my frzends know be er Lat1n Club 1,2, Anton1ans 3 Scholarshlp team 3 Football 2 Basketball 1 2,3 Baseball 1 ALICE SASSE 'Neat and Swee ' Lat1n Club 1 F H A 1 3 4, General's Drspatch JOYCE SAWYER 'Sxngle bl1ss IS sweet, but why not double sweemess " - - -- 1 .-- 5 ' -' , 9 . , . ,, I I U ' " 1 1 " 1 1 ' , " I 1 -"' ' "' 1 " 1 1 1 " ' I th -- . 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Lat1n Club l,2,VP 2 Sc1ence Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Muced Chorus 2, Band 1, Anton1ans 3 4 Football 1,2,4, Basketball 1 2,3 4 Baseball 1,2 3,4, Student COUIICII 2 Class Pres 4 Class RONALD SCOTT Work fascmates me, I could s1t and watch lt for hours THOMAS SHARPE It s not what you do It s the way you do lt Sc1ence Club 3 A Pres V P 3 Mnced Chorus 2,3,4 Band 2 Antomans 3,4, Dance Band 1,2 JAMES SILVER 'There IS no way to get r1d of temptat1on except o y1eld to lt " Llbrary Club 2 Sclence Club 1 2 3 Phys Ed Club 1 2,3, Boys' Glee 1 M1xed Chorus 1, 1 Golf 1,2, Tenn1s JUDY SOLOMON She never falls to speak a pleasant wor ' Spamsh Club 1 2 L1bra.ry Club 3 General's D1s patch 4 Glrls Clee 2 Antonlans 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 Off1Ce Secretary BETTY ANN STRAYER " e sky s the l1m1 " Band 1,2,3,4, Anton1ans 3,4, G A 4 WILLIAM STRAYER 'Everybody loves a lover Sc1ence Club 3 F F A l,2,3,4, Reporter 4 Band 1,2 3 4, Antomans 3 4, Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1 2 KENNETH STUDER 'Not too ser1ous, not too gay but a rare good fellow anyway SCIGDCE Club 3 4 F F A 1 2,3 4, Treas 4 Band l,2,3 4 Pep Band 1,2,3 4 Dance Band 1 2 3 4 Anton1ans 3 4, V P 4 Thesplans 3 4 Track 2 3 JAMES TRAPP " tter a Wltty fool than a foolls w1t " Spamsh Club 1 Antomans 4 Bowl1ng 3 Sec 3 Boys' State 4 GERALD WALLACE ' L1fe IS just a game of basketball Wlth t1me out for dates " Sclence Club 3 4 Mnced Chorus 3 4, Band 4 Antonlans 3,4 Thesp1ans 3 4, Basketball 1 3,4 Track 2, Class Treas 4 Tra1lblazer Kmg Nom1nee 4 Boy's State 4 JEANNE WALP A l1lt m her laugh er, a sparkle m her eye Lat1n Club 1,2, Lxbrary Club 1,2, General's DISPZIICCII 4 G1rl's Glee 1, Mxxed Chorus 2 G1rls' Ensemble 3 Band 1 2,3 4 Anton1ans 3 4 G A A 1,4 Offxce Sec 4 Pep Club 3 Tra1l blazer Queen Nom1nee 4 JEANNE WANEK 'L1ve, love, laugh, an be ha py Annual Staff 3 G rls' Glee 1,2, Band 12 3, Anton1ans 4, G A A 3 4 Offxce Sec 2 3 epClub 1234 VP 2 SUE WEAVER A blush 15 beaut1fu.l but somet1mes mconvenlen 3, M1xed Chorus 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Antomans 3 4, Thespzmans 3,4, Scholarsh1p team 1 , GAA 34 PepClub 34 COERGE WENZLICK For my part, gettmg up seems not so hard as ly1ng down A 1,2 4 WILLIAM WHITE 'H s h1ghest amb1t1on IS to succeed Lat1n Club 1,2, Sc1ence Club 3,4 Pres Boys' Glee 2, Mlxed Chorus 3,4 Band Antomans 3,4, Scholarsh1p team 1,2 3 Class Pres 1 SALLY WILDER S lence IS golden but who wants r1ches'7' FHA 134,Sgtatarms 4 EDWARD WOODS 'Of all thxngs that l l1ke best, I most prefer to S1 and res " ,I . . --' . . 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'78 . 8 Y l 1 1 1 3 1 I . . . ., . . q - . . . , , . . f 1 ' , , ' 54 i 1 ' 1 1 . . 7 , , . . , , 54 , ' , 53 64 i 1 1 1 1 3 , 1 1 347 ' 1 , . . . 8 JOHN MANSVILLE FIBER GLASS INC WATERVILLE PLANT C 1 h C1 f 9 Compliments of JOHN BUCHER LUMBER COMPANY Lumber an Bu11d1ng Matenals Phone TR 7 5363 Whitehouse Ohuo Congratulatzons Ye Graduates of 1959 JAY C DENNIS REAL ESTA TE INSURANCE PLAN PROTECT BUILD BUY Phone TR 7 5381 Whitehouse Ohio - Q o I 'v ,Q .,. ' , 4 4+ 4 3 ... V u.. I DOREN'S VAL-U-WAY FOOD STORE Groceries Meats b VA WAY FOOD STOQES Ph TR 7 5395 DICK F ARN SWORTH MARKET Growers of FIUIIS and Vegetables 1n Season Ph UR84501 b K I sro, ' 'x 3 'Q M L-U- . Wh' I1 Oh' C pliments of Patent lNrl6dlC1I16S Camera SUPPIISS Compliments Fountain Service INovelt1es HENRY S VARIETY 24 Hour Fllm Service UR 8 2671 Waterville Ohlo POPE S GROCERY Waterville Ohio Rest o Fverythmg Ln L e zo the Class 0 1909 THE WHITEHOUSE HARDWARE B P S Palnts Hardwares QUAI ITY HARDVIARF Best Washes to the Senzor Class o 1939 BAUMAN S JEWELRY VIATCH BANDS ELECTRIC SHAVERS WATCH REPAIR an an ak Providence Street TR 7 5310 Whitehouse Ohio Whitehouse Ohio Complzments SHEPLER S NATION WIDE RUPP,S CANAL STORE FOOD LOCKERS GROCERIES AND MEATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE PROCESSING MEATS UR 8 2751 IFOR HOME FRE EZERSD Wctervllle Ohio Wotervllle Ohio 1 of f A . . L f . . f , 9 DIAMONDS - WATCHES Of WATERVILLE HARDWARE on TRAPP MOTOR SALES FARM SUPPLY COMPANY Monclova Ohm Cltles Service Products UR 8 2581 General Repamng Watervxlle 01110 Used Cars Bought and Sold CONGRATULATIONS T0 CLASS Ol' 1959 Your Prescription Shop WATERVILLE PHARMACY UR 8 4611 Waterville Ohlo Amana ZENITH Office Phone FRIGIDAIRE WATERVILLE M"Y"'9 ELECTRIC STORE Complete Electrzcal Servzce PITTSBURGH PAINTS Owner Michael Waynar Res Phone UR 8 2601 UR 8 3114 Waterville Ohio 1 . . . ' . . y . . 4 Q K A if L 4 . . Q . . I C6 ' ' !! 4 I THE WHITEHOUSE STATE SAVINGS BANK HARNIAN SIN CLAIR SERVICE ,Q Phone TR 7-5321 l4 Q - A W V 1 A P one TR 7-5389 Whitehouse, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF 1959 B 8: L AUTO SERVICE Dynamometer Allgnment Servlce Wheel Balancing Automatlc Transmlsslon Repalr Phone TR 7 5330 Whitehouse Ohm Phone TR 7 5380 Whitehouse Ohio Processlng of all lxlnds of Seeds RUPP SEED COMPANY Wholesaler Retail Dealer ln Seed Cleanmg Q ,L lit' Q xo. ,N I K fr' . - " ck'.. . ' . ' 0 V- A,a . N. . A . 1 X H, . 4 I T E K My ' ', we A Y , . ' Ki, 1 ' K 7-K X . i , Complzments RAY S SOHIO Mechanic ancl River Road Phone UR 8 6041 Waterville Ohio Complzments SHEELY S BARBER SHOP Phone UR 8 2191 Waterville Ohuo Congratulatzons and Best llzshes to zhe Class of 1959 PRINTING Phone TW 3 6262 BUNDLE ELECTRIC Norge Gibson Admiral Appliances Congmtulatzons to the Class of 19.99 Weckerly Road Monclova Ohlo TR 7 5187 Whitehouse ohl0 HOME DECORATING SHOP Kyanlze Paints Wallpaper Phone UR 8 2571 Waterville 01110 May We Serve You? MAUMEE VALLEY MONUMENT COMPANY Dzstznguzshed llonuments Phone UQ 8 3801 Watervnlle OHIO of ' 1 of R.A.DOHR -, H , RCA Whirlpool Westinghouse Maytag Compliments I SPRINK Of RADIO - TV - APPLIANCES SALES AND SERVICE SAWYER'S MARATHON SERVICE ' Phone UR 8-3983 Waterville Ohio TR 7-5583 Whntehouse Ohio Gram Feed Coal Farm Suppl1es THE WHITEHOUSE GRAIN 8: SUPPLY GQ Telephone TR 7 5382 Congratulations to the, go Lhe Class o 1959 Class 0 1959 WAGONER JEWELRY X Tru tt Columbza Dtamonds HOME AUTO SUPPLY W5 'O W5 Per ect Lock Dtamond Rzngs Complete Sporhng Equipment 339 50 399 50 J""'s"' M""'s WATCHES WATCH REPAIRS Bob Ixarnck TR 7 5441 UR 3.6191 X Watervllle Ohlo 3. ilk 'xx- N , 3 Best Wzshes 2' f . f -f. . . Q 8: SONS METCALF GARAGE General Repairing Body Work A. R. LAUNDER i Painting WATERVILLE, OHIO B li Phones: Business, UR 8-294l "' Residence, UR 8-276l WATERVILLE STATE SAVINGS BANK Established 1908 Member of the Federal Deposlf Insurance Corporation Member of the Federal Reserve Sysiem 2595 On Savmgs Deposlts FEEDER LOANS AUTO LOANS MORTGAGE LOANS AFTER HOUR DEPOSITORY Phone UR 8 2691 Waterville Ohuo . . . - I DON SCOTT MOTOR SALES Best Wzshes and Good Luck to the Class 0 1959 Phone TR 7 5331 or TW 3 8525 CHEVROLET VAUXHALL PONTIAC AAA Road SBFVICC Sun O11 Gas and Olls Providence 8. Maumee Sts Whltehou se Ohlo Complzm ents LEVINA S BEAUTY SHOP Phone TR 7 5387 Whitehouse Ohio Complzments Of COUNT C OLWIN INSURANCE SCHMID MERRIAM Wafefvllle Ohlo HOME FOR FUNERALS Waterville Ohlo Phone UR 8 2791 s f .S -. l 4 I ,A W F f A TF A ,gf ' Of 1 "fx , Q "' I I I - WATERVILLE BEAUTY SHOP Complzments o Ruby Baker Manager SCHEUB S GULF SERVICE Telephone UR 8 2192 Thlrd Street Watervllle 0h1o Complzments 0 PAUL MCOSCAR INSURANCE Viatervxlle Ohxo Phone UR 8 6551 Watervxlle Ohlo GREEN ELECTRIC STORE G E Appliances Electrlcal Servxce Whltehouse Ohio Phone TR 7 5388 ' f , , E C f - , . , . E-R W ' Congratulations to the Class of 1959 l , I A - FRANK FARNSWORTH FRUIT FARM Peaches at Thenr Best m Season Pears Honey Apples Squash Czder vu Pumpkzns CHERRIFS we pzt yours whzle you uatch fOur only sales locat1onJ WOODS AND SONS STORE Meats Processmg GFOCBPICS for Frozen F00dS Home Freezers ANTHONY WAYNE SHOPPING CENTER Weckerly and Fmzel Roads Whltehouse Ohio ' . .1 1178 Farnsworth Hd. A .1 J - Congratulatzons ana' Best Wzslzes to the Senzor Class 0 1959 C M TOWN SEN D STORES H""" Whltehouse Oh1O I roprletary Vedlcme Xanety Store Clothmg Store S There are A B S In clothing foo nts s r g e o Cl oo clthngdolag sfo fhr fu ly s lect q lny e ts of budget pnces u ca 1 go ong' DOT 8: BOB'S SHOE AND CLOTHING STORE Whltehouse Ohio Phone TR 7 5329 I 0 F... V 2 W Z 7. , . , . v Y 5 . T bl 0 0 Q l I O O A lways be e of tyl ' y g me fs hethe ' for co ual t 1 o e en' r. B uy f r q l'ty y ' I o r- e . C are I ' g ' and yo n wr . , . , . - ' 4 2 . WHITEHOUSE MOTOR SALES ' ' ig 321 J 7 I -S , . K ,K , Sm, .. ,Lt If A A . . , LA, g I -. F: .... :Li eff.: get K Leg I A . - . A .. -.'A S I , . I I -I ' . 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