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Guided By The Lamp Of Knowledge
To obtain further benefits from engineering
and technical subjects is the chief aim of the En-
gineers' Club, whose official name is the Engin-
eering Society of DeVilhiss High School. Any stu-
dent taking mathematics. science. or industrial
arts, and who maintains a passing grade in all sub-
jects is eligible to become a member ofthe club.
This year's Engineering Club was quite ae-
tive in an attempt to maintain the standard set
by its predecessor. Our major activity was tour-
ing Toledo industries. Among the companies who
were kind enough to allow us to tour their plants
were the Ohio Bell Telephone Company, Swartz-
baugh Manufacturing Company. Toledo Edison
Companyis Acme Station. Superior Spinning and
Stamping Company, and Wiflys Motors Incorpor-
ated. The members of the club also attended sev-
eral engineering lectures sponsored by the Toledo
Technical Council at the University of Toledo.
One of the accomplishments which we are
proud of is a file of catalogues from technical col-
leges. These were gathered to help the future en-
gineers to plan their high school and college cours-
es intelligently. It is our hope that we. and future
clubs, may gather a complete record of every tech-
nical and engineering school in the United States.
Our meetings were held on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month. The President and the
executive committee. which is made up of the six
have the authority to call additional
meetings if the need should arise. Leslie Noaker
led the proceedings at all meetings and trips. But
if he were absent. ,lohn Matthews. Vice-President.
took over his job. Bud Smith. our Secretary. was
recognized as the Clulfs official pen-pusher. when
financial matters were involved, Fred Siebert.
Treasurer. would have to be found and forced to
release the purse strings. Ray Jackson. the ln-
etr-Club Council Representative, amused himself
by getting up before the members and telling them
what happened at the last Council meeting. Fred
Bailey. whose title was Publicity Manager. took
care of all the Clulfs official publicity releases.
But the one man we really owe our thanks to is
Mr. R. 0. Merrill. for he gave us his time. assis-
tance. and advice in his capacity of adviser to the
Wie are all very grateful for the many infor-
mative tours that tl1e industries of Toledo gave us,
and we hope that all future members of the club
will be able to have as many interesting and en-
joyable tours as we have had.
Top Row, L to K: Jack Hildebrand. Fred Bailey, Bud Smith, Robert Blow:-ry, Bill Cmumlieli, ,lack HufTer,. John Van Km:-ri. John Matthews. Bill Von
B.-hren. Row Two: Paul Sprague, Charles Johnson. Xlcrlc Summers. Bill Humphrey, Clurlc- Casey, I.:-slie Noaker. llariell Nloulton. l-'red Si.-heir, .lexiy
Schafer. Raymond Jackson, Bill Hullauer, Not in pirlure: Jim Swirighayurner, Toni Swinglialunxer. Walt Harrison, Bu--n Hnllev. Officer., l. to K: John
Matthews. Vice-Presidenlg Bud Smith, Secretary: Fu-tl Sichcrl. Treasurer: Leslie Noaker. Presiulent.