Edgerton High School - Edgertonian Yearbook (Edgerton, OH)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1952 volume:
The Log of E
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Because your devotion, interest and guidance have
inspired us to the higher things of life, and because you
have provided us with all the necessities of living so that
we might obtain our education, we dedicate with deepest
love and esteem, the 1952 edition of the "Log of E," to
you, our parents.
THE LOG OF E STAFF
EDITOR. . . . .
ASSISTANT EDITOR. . . . .
BUSINESS MANAGER . . . .
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER
SPORTS EDITORS . . . . .
SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE .
SNAPSHOT EDITORS. .
ART EDITORS . . .
ACTIVITIES EDITOR .
ADVISOR . . . .
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. Linda Kissinger
. . . I0n Krill
. ..... Lloyd Herrington
. Jack Bonter, Denton Badman
Betty Close, Delores Thiel,
Thelma Hollinger, Judy Shepard
. Marlene Blinzler, Barbara Buchs,
. Virginia Mast, Franklin Miller
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C,A. ANDERSON, Superlntendent xg,
The future welfare of humanity
depends upon the training of the
HENRY STAUFFER, P1'1nc1pal
It's faith in something and
enthusiasm in something that
makes life worth looking at.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Clarence Weeks, Presidentg Wendell Mast, Vice Presidentg Herbert Weber, William Mast, John Meyer, Clerk
john Lutterbein, absent.
A combination of efficiency and good nature.
GREELEY SHOUP '
Coach, Physical Education and History,
The longer you know him the more you like him.
CLARA EMILY MONG
If you are strong of mind you will have a strong will
Serious, yet full of fun.
MARTHA JANE KRILL
The way to gain a friend is to be one,
MARVIN C, ZASTROW
A worker, yet always ready to have a good time.
Science and Mathematics.
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers,
Music, English and History,
Never too busy to be friendly.
No one ever says anything but nice things about him,
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Happiness consists of activity,
LUTIE B, SHARP
Grade 5. c
Real worth requires no interpreter,
Wise and cheerful with a pleasant way,
Grades 4 and 6.
Twinkling eyes plus a slmny smile--personality,
She is gentle who lines gentle deeds,
Small of stature. big of heart.
Grades 2 and 3.
Wisdom and charm are things never to be forgotten.
WILMA WEINER ,.
The highest of distinction is service to others.
Genius is only great patience.
Two faithful men are our janitors,
Harold Bunting and Arthur Green. They
spend many hours of the day cleaning
blackboards, sweeping the floors, and
performing the many other duties before
them. Their time was well-spent during
Tops as our school secretary, Theta
Fitzcharles is busy from morn till
night writing excuses, answering the
telephone, keeping attendance records,
and looking after the various other
affairs of the office.
Day in and day out during the past
year, we partook of the delicious meals ,........-L---'
prepared for us by our cooks, Mrs.
Mildred Kepler, Mrs. Hannah Smith,
and Mrs. Frances Sanders, in our
Every morning as we climbed aboard
our seven buses we were greeted by ,,
our bus drivers, Chester Kepler, Owen '
Casebere, Arthur Blair, George Iii
Meyer fsubstituting for his brother .Q
Tipl, Rex Snyder, Herbert Kruse and
Elmer Weisz. + '
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
JOHN KOERNER ....... Vice-President
JON KRILL . . ..... President
BARBARA CLAY . . . Secretary-Treasurer
DOLORES KOSIER . ,... Reporter
HELEN LANDEL . . Student Council
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
DENTON BADMAN. . . . . . . . President
STANLEY SNYDER . . . . . Vice-President
FRIEDA HUTH . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
JILL BONTER. . . Student Council
REGINA STARK . .... Reporter
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
ROY KOERNER. . ...... . . President
THELMA HOLLINGER . . Vice-President
PAT MILLER .... . Student Council
SHARON MILLER . . . ..... Reporter
BETTY TEEGARDIN . . . Secretary-Treasurer
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
MARVIN DIETSCH ....... Vice-President
PATSY SITES . . ..... Reporter
MILDRED KOPP . . . Secretary-Treasurer
MARSHA HOOTMAN . . . Student Council
CLAYTON MARSHALL . . . .President
EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS
SHARON HENRICKS . . . . . . Student Council
MARY ALICE KEPLER . . . Secretary-Treasurer
IUANITA EMANUEL . . . . . Reporter
TED JEWELL . . . . . President
BRUCE CAMPBELL' . . Vice-President
SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS
BARBARA ,IO NICHOLS. . . . . . . President
TOMMY KNECHT . . . . Student Council
CLARK CAMPBELL . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
JOE MILLER . . . .Vice-President
JERRY TUCKER' . . . .Reporter
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"lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice, "
F, ll. A. g Y-Teens: Log of E Staffg Eavesdropper Staffg
Junior Playg Cheerleader.
"Be slow in choosing a friendg slower in changing, "
Junior play specialtiesg F, F. A.
"lt's better to be small and shine than to be large and
cast a shadow. "
Y-Teensg Latin Clubg Girls' Chorusg Student Councilg
"Work fascinates himg he could sit and look at it for
Bandg Boys' Chorusg Hi -Yg Junior Play Specialtiesg Log
of E Staffg Eavesdropper staff,
"Personality is to a person what perfume is to a flower,
Cultivate it. "
Bandg Girls' Chorusg Y-Teensg Junior PlaygEaves-
dropper Staffg Log of E Staffg Latin Clubg Library Staff,
"You can't always be a hero, but you can always be a
Hi-Yg Boys' Chorus: Bandg Student Councilg Baseballg
Basketballg Latin Clubg Junior Play,
"One often regrets his speechg never his silence, "
Bandg Girls' Chorusg Y-Teensg Latin Clubg Junior Playg
"The bigness of a person is determined by the little
things he does, "
Hi-Yg Bandg Boys' Chorusg F. F. A,g Basketballg Junior
"Friendship is a golden chain, Don't break it, "
Latin Clubg Eavesdropper Staffg Junior Play Specialties
"Po1iteness costs nothing but gains everything. "
Girls' Chorusg Y-Teensg F. H, A. 5 Junior Play Special-
"Pulling from above and boosting from below make
climbing easy, "
l-li-Yg Junior Play Specialtiesg Baseball.
"Never permit failure to become a habit. "
Girls' Chorusg Junior Play Specialtiesg Y-Teens, F. H. A.
"A man is like a book, but you need to know how to
understand him, "
Hi-Y, Baseballg Basketballg Log of E Staffg Bandg Latin
Club: Junior Play.
"She looks like an angel, she acts like one, but you
never can tell what an angel will do. "
Ayersville High School 1, 2g Girls' Chorusg F, H, A, 5
Latin Clubg Y-Teensg Cheerleader,
"A little learning is a dangerous thing--but l1e's reck
Junior Play Specialtiesg F. F, A, 5 Baseball,
"The less you say, the less you have to take back, "
Bandg Girls' Chorusg Log of E Staff, Evesdroppcr Staff
Junior Play, Latin Clubg Library Staff.
'Great thoughts, like great deeds, need no trumpet,
Hi -Yg Eavesdropper Staffg Junior Play.
"To be rich in friends is to be poor in nothing, "
Bandg Girls' Chorus, Cheerleaderg Eavesdroppcr Staffg
Junior Play, Log of E Staffg Latin Clubg Y-Teensg Li-
"This world that we're livin' in is mighty hard to beat,
There's a thorn for every rose--but ain't the roses
Junior Play, Hi-Y F, F. A, , Basketball Manager, Boys'
"Bring back yesterday because she's not ready for today, "
Y-Teens, Latin Club, Eavesdropper staff, Junior Play
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans on any market, "
F, F, A. 1 Junior Play Specialties,
"While we live, let us live, "
Girls' Chorus, Band, F. H. A. , Y-Teens, Junior Play,
Eavesdropper Staff, Prince of Peace Contest,
"The man who never makes a mistake is the man who
never does anything, "
Junior Play Specialties,
"All things come to one who waits--provided she knows
what she is waiting for, "
F, H, A,, Y-Teens, Girls' Chorus, Eavesdropper Staff,
Junior Play Specialties.
"The best is none too good, "
Hi-Y, Band, Boys' Chorus, Latin Club, Eavesdropper
Staff, Junior Play, Prince of Peace Contest,
"Give to the world the best that you have and the best
will come back to you, "
Student Council, Eavesdropper Staff, Log of E Staff,
Latin Club, Junior Play Specialties.
"Strong and handsome and muscles galore--here's one
boy the girls adore, "
Hi-Y, Band, Boys' Chorus, Junior Play, Log of E Staff,
Basketball, Baseball, Latin Club, Student Council,
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"lt is better to be quiet and look dumb than to speak
and remove all doubt. "
Hi-Yg Junior Play Specialties,
"Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others
without getting a few drops yourself. "
Girls' Chorusg F. H. A. p Y-Teensg Junior Play Special-
ties: Library Staffg Eavesdropper Staff,
"The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready
for his opportunity when it comes. "
Boys' Glee Clubg Junior Play Specialties.
.s something but tact is everything. "
, Jtmior Play Specialties.
"The road to success is a long and rugged one. Wonder
if his car will make it, "
Hi-Yg Junior Play Specialties,
"To worry about tomorrow is to be unhappy today, "
Girls' Chorus: Bandg F, H, A, g Y-Teensg Junior Play
Specialtiesg Log of E Staffg Eavesdropper Staffg Library
Staffg Latin Club.
"He never lets his studies interfere with his education, '
I-li -Yg Junior Play Specialties,
"Most great men are dead, and he 's not feeling so well
Basketballg Baseball: Boysg Chorusg Hi-Yg Bandg Latin
Clubg Student Councilg Junior Play.
"We can't all be angels, "
Boys' Chomsg Hi-Yg Student Councilg Baseballg Basket-
ball Managerg Junior Playg Eavesdropper Staffg Baseball
We started our journey through high school with forty-seven members of
our freshman class. Our officers were Jim Miller, President, Margaret
Goebel, Vice Presidentg and Joan Krill, Secretary-Treasurer. Our only social
activities were ahayride andaclass party. We had five boys on the reserve
basketball team and thirteen members in band.
We began our second year of high school with forty-four members. Our
class officers were Jerry Meyer, President, Karlen Day, Vice President, and
Louis Meyer, Secretary-Treasurer. We ordered our class rings so that we
would have them at the beginning of our junior year. This year we were well-
represented in the various clubs of the school and also in band and chorus.
Our junior year began with thirty-nine members. Our officers were Jim
Miller, President, .Ion Krill, Vice President, and .Ioan Krill, Secretary-
Treasurer. This year we looked forward to two events--the junior class play
and the junior-senior banquet. In October we presented our class play,
"Tumblin' Creek," which was a great success. In April, after a month of hard
work, we were hosts to the seniors at the annual junior-senior banquet. We
chose an Hawaiian theme, and for one glorious night we were in Hawaii,
complete with hula dancers and Hawaiian music. We chose our class motto,
"Find a way or make one, " class colors, crimson and gray, and our class
flower, the crimson carnation. We were now ready to become seniors.
We started our senior year with thirty-six members, but during the year
we welcomed one new student. Our senior officers are Jon Krill, Presidentg
John Koerner, Vice Presidentg and Barbara Clay, Secretary-Treasurer. The
first event of the year was the taking of senior pictures, which arrived in time
for Christmas. We then had a magazine drive to make money for our senior
trip. We decided to go to Washington, D. C. and New York City for our trip.
On March 11, we surprised the teachers by having a "skip day. " We spent
the day in Toledo. This year we had four boys on the varsity, who won the
county championship for the fifth straight year, In April we presented our
play, "Socially Ambitious. " We can hardly believe that our four years of high
school are nearly over. We'11 always remember the good times we've had at
E. H. S.
It is the year 1970 and the greatest Alumni Homecoming Dance in the history of E. H. S.
is in full swing. The Swing Band of JERRY MEYER is playing for the big occasion in the beauti-
ful ballroom of the Student Center. Everyone is there from the students who went to school in
1950 to the students now attending in 1970. We are especially interested in the Class of 1952.
All eyes are on the former VERLA FELGER as she enters, wearing a beautiful sable coat.
Since her husband has become the leading advertising executive in the world, Verla collects
rare furs as a hobby.
DELORES KOSIER is having a lovely time greeting old acquaintances. She has been giving
a series of lectures on journalism and has just returned from a tour of Europe.
LEONE MILLER has been talking to her. Leone, as you know, is one of the top models in
the United States and is getting ready to take screen tests in Hollywood in preparation for mak-
ing several movies.
FRANKLIN MILLER is going around looking at people and taking notes in his little black
book. He is planning to write another book as a sequel to his first, "Habits and Motivations of
the Human Male."
PAT WINES and EVADNE HOPKINS are discussing their recent tour of Paris. They have
really made a success of their dress designing business--their originals are being copied by
Three instructors of E. H. S. are looking over old friends and students. You'll remember
them--ALLAN HEISLER, head of the chemistry departmentg PHYLLIS HARMAN, head librarian
Qshe is in charge of 75,000 booksjg and MARGARET SCHOONOVER, head of the commercial
department, who will soon be getting her master's degree.
DUANE MILLER, who discovered the cure for the common cold, has just announced the
opening of his second children's clinic. JOAN KRILL, the second Clara Barton, is to be the
Supervisor of the clinic.
VERN HOOTMAN, DARRELL HUTCHISON, and CLAIR GOEBEL, proprietors of the H. , H. ,
and G. Construction Company, are very proud of their first building, the Edgerton City Hospi-
tal, located on the outskirts of the city. The hospital staff consists of ALICE HERMAN, head
nurse: BARBARA CLAY, supervisor of dieteticsg and MARLENE BLINZLER, head of the pediatrics
JON KRILL, an undertaker, and LOUIS MEYER, head of the Edgerton Recreation Department,
are having a heart-to-heart talk. Louie, who gives the boys a good workout, also gives Jon a
good supply of customers.
BILL STRAWSER and LAVON DIETSCH seem to be discussing their respective records in stock
car and midget auto racing. They have also set a new record of upset stomachs.
IVAN WEBER, a prominent set designer, is helping to set the stage for the floor show with
the aid of JOHN KOERNER who owns a small thriving business tuning pianos. WALLACE CHILDERS
is arranging the props. He kindly consented to fly down from Chicago especially to arrange it.
Wallace is the Dean of the Art Department of the University of Chicago and an interior decora-
tor on the side. LEO HERMAN is also putting in his bit by arranging the indirect lighting, for
which he seems to have a natural gift. He is chief electrician for Metro-Goldyn-Mayer. NORMA
WOLFRUM, the well-known stage actress, is giving a few pointers, too.
LEWIS LEPPELMEIER, Secretary of Agriculture, is reminiscing with VIRGINIA DIETSCH, the
famous author. Virginia is sporting a new hair style. She tells us that it came straight from Bet-
ty's House of Beauty operated by BETTY CLOSE.
Well, at last, everything is set. The lights dim and the band plays soft strains of music.
KARLEN DAY will be MC --just the person as he now has a question-and-answer program on CBS
First on the program is MARGARET ANN GOEBEL, the popular recording artist. She has become
professional and makes SI,00O 3 week.
ART BECK is taking Bill Stern's place as sports announcer, so he has been chosen to introduce
JIM MILLER, All-American for 1965-1970, who will say a few words on sports.
Last on the program, but not least, we have a piano duet by the world-famous artists--HELEN
LANDEL and CLAIRE HOOTMAN. They have just returned from a tour of the western states.
So on goes the dance and on go the lives of the alumni of the Class of 1952. We wish for each
of them good luck and happiness.
We, the Senior Class of 1952 of the city of Edgerton, state of Ohio, being of
legal age and sound mind, do make, publish, and declare this, our last will and
testament, hereby revoking any and all former wills, codicils, and testamentary
dispositions made by us.
I, Arthur Beck, do hereby will my job at "Honest Herald's" to Denton Badman.
I, Marlene Blinzler, do hereby will my name "Little Joe" to Jill Bonter and
I, Wallace Childers, do hereby will my coal black, curly locks to Ray Strouse.
I, Barbara Clay, do hereby will my well-used bottle of peroxide to Frieda
I, Betty Close, do hereby will my unaccomplished job of obtaining my driver's
license to Verla Buchs.
I, Karlen Day, do hereby will my application to beauty school to Regina Stark.
11, LaVon Dietsch, do hereby wi lmy ability to over-run Mr. Leeper to Floyd
I, Vir inia Dietsch, do hereby will all my troubles with the teachers to
I, Verla Felger, do hereby will all my trouble of keeping Jan Campbell to
Linda Kissin er.
I, Clair Eoebel, do hereby will m night life to Jim Hug.
I, Margaret Goebel, do hereby will my love for the Marines to Theyma
I, Phyllis Harman, do hereby will my nickname "Phil" to Arthur Phillips.
I, Allan Heisler, do hereby will my love for the girls to Donald Weisz.
I, Alice Herman, do hereby will my talent for telling jokes to Donald Herman
and Russell Bauer.
I, Leo Herman, do hereby will my well-groomed hair to Don Elliott.
I, Claire Hootman, do hereby wil my perfect attendance record to Carol
I, Vern Hootman, do hereby will my desire to work for everything I have
to to Richard and Robert Hug.
I, Evadne Hopkins, do hereby will my months of rest to Stanley Snyder, who
desires to sleep in school.
I, Darrell Hutchison, do hereby will my "hot rod" Chevrolet to Jack Bonter.
I, John Koerner, do hereby will my Toni to Lloyd Herrington.
l, Dolores Kosier, do herebywill gggg, QME. H.S. to Marlin and Richard Whitney
I, Joan Krill, do hereby will "the things you just have to take for granted
in Chemistry" to Barbara Buchs.
I, Jon Krill, do hereby will my honorable place as president of the senior
class to Richard Sleesman.
I, Helen Landel, do hereby will all my special affection for Edon, Ohio, to
Marlene Franz if she will take good care of Edon.
I, Lewis Leppelmeier, do hereby will my skill in aptitude tests to Charles
and Richard Stark.
M I, Jerry Meyer, do hereby will my job of taking care of West Unity to Joh.nny
I, Louis Meyer, do hereby will my love for advanced algebra to Paul Edwards.
I, Duane Mi ler, do hereby will the valves of my baritone horn to Bill Krill,
provided he keeps them well-oiled.
I, Franklin Miller, do hereby will my speed in typing to James Wines and
I, Jim Miller, do hereb will my well-worn excuse for being tardy to
Beverlly Hopkins and Jack bzeyer.
G L, 1 eone Miller, do hereby will my ability as cheerleader to Mary Louise
oe e .
I, Margaret Schoonover, do hereby will my desire to go steady to Jeanice
I, William Strawser, do hereby will my abilities to et into more trouble
than I can get out of to Richard Goebel and Nancy Leppelmeier.
I, Ivan Weber, do hereby will my skill to get along in Chemistry without
studyinlzg to Virginia Mast.
I, atsy Wines, do hereby will my acting talent in F. H. A. to Marian Slater.
I, Norma Wolfrum, do hereby will all m boyfriends to Dolores Thiel until
I get out of college. fThen I want them backx
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands to this, our last will and
tbestgment, at Edgerton High School, Edgerton, Ohio, this first day of May, 1952,
16 CSignedj Class of '52
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Anderson, Denton Badrnan, Russell Bauer, Jack Bonter, Jill Bonter, Barbara Buchs, Verla Buchs,
Jan Campbell, SECOND ROW: Paul Edwards, Don Elliott, Marlene Franz, Mary Louise Goebel, Richard Goebel,
Donald Herman, Lloyd Herrington, Beverly Hopkins. THIRD ROW: Jim Hug, Richard Hug, Robert Hug, Frieda
Huth, Linda Kissinger, Theyma Kitchen, Bill Krill, Nancy Leppelmeier, FOURTH ROW: Janetta Leverich, Virginia
Mast, Jack Meyer, John Meyer, Floyd Miller, Carol Moore, Jeanice Pettir, Arthur Phillips, FIFTH ROW: Richard
Sechler, Marian Slater, Richard Sleesman, Stanley Snyder, Charles Stark, Marvin Stark, Regina Stark, Richard
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Stark, Eddie Stryker, Betty Teegardin, Herman Trausch, Laverne Van Pelt, Jackie Viers. THIRD ROW:
FIRST ROW: Byron Engler, Bob Gales, Nora Goebel, Wendell Goebel, David Harrold, Betty Hartley.
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Sharon Henrrcks Wrllram Hulbert Elsre Irwrn Ted Jewell Mary Alrce Kepler Elrzabeth Knecht
Barton Kosrer Sh1rleyKr1ll Sh1rleyNorrrck THIRD ROW Loma Ordway Kenneth Prerce Myrna
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FIRST ROW Harold Brgger Tamara Campbell JerryCl1ffton Denny Dangler Rrchard Entenman
Drxre Gallant Tommy Greene Don Harrold Iudel Henrrcks Barbara Krmpel SECOND ROW Patty
Lehman Iudrrh Maple Neal Meyer Ruth Moon Rrta lean Nrchols Kenneth Norrrck Weston Olds
Donna Ordway Sharon Robmett June Rosendaul THIRD ROW Judy Saurer Julra Srebenaler Harry
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Hutchison, Pat Kissinger, Tommy Knecht, Marlene Kopp, Roberta Lee, Stephan McKelvey, Gail Mast,
Carol Merriman, Joe Miller, Barbara jo Nichols, THIRD ROW: Charlotte Norrick, Marlin Pettit, Mary
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Duane Suffel. FOURTH ROW: Edith Teegardin, jerry Tucker, Dolores Van Pelt, Richard Van Pell, Forrest
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Heisler, Richard Kepler, Peggy Kimpel, Freddie Landel, Virginia Landel, Elton Monosmith, Mary
Parsons, Leslie Pierce, Larry Proxmire. THIRD ROW: Ronald Roberts, Helen Robinctt, Carlton
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Keppeler, Delno Kimpel, Tommy Kitchen, Freddie Krill, Phyliss Krill, Kenneth Maple, Mary Lynn
Martin, Kaye Miller, Patricia Raymer, Duane Rinkle, THIRD ROW: Duane Schooley, Violet Sechler,
Jean Sindel, Donnie Suffel, Jeanette Warner, Gerry Weber, Janie Weeks, Shirley Yoh,
FIRST ROW: Jimmy Campbell. Harold Cliffton, Johnny Close, Shirley Dangler, Sue Emanuel, Lee
Emerson. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fritch, Jack Gallant, Eddie Gipple, Jimmy Greene, Bessie Hopkins,
Janet Humbarger, Karen Karnes, Linda Karnes, Sharon Krill, Patty Lee. TI-IIRD ROW: Betty Jean
Mason, Richard Moffett, Shirley Monosmith, Colleen Murphy, Lee Norrick, John Olds, Carolyn Reeves,
Terry Reeves, Carol Roberts, Betty Jean Sechler, FOURTH ROW: Betty Seevers, Robert Seevers, Mary
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FIRST ROW: Jerry Bigger, Darrell Blacker, Elizabeth Callender, Jimmy Cliffton, Gwendolyn Fiig,
Sharon Fiig, Ronald Gallant, Jimmy Gerry, David Greene, Jeanette Harman. SECOND ROW: Charles
Johnston, Judy Karnes, Glen Keller, Jerry Kimpel, Judy Kimpel, Robert Lehman, Cathy Moffett,
Mary Arm Myers, Vema Parsons, Imorean Rohrs, THIRD ROW: Janet Shepard, Jack Sindel, Gary
FIRST ROW: Sue Anderson, Donna Buchs, Harold Bunting, SECOND ROW: Ronald Davis, Robert
Farnham, Carol Fix, Donita Favourite, Phillip Frager, Tommy Gallant, Carol Gerry, Bruce Henricks,
THIRD ROW: Tommy Kames, Richard Kimpel, Claron Krill, Dennis Krill, Hilda Mast, Charles
Merriman, James Moon, Diane Mowry, Duaine Nihari. Cassandra Norrick. FOURTH ROW: Anita
Pence, LaWana Riehle, Barton Rowe, Steven Sailor, Billy Schooley, Roy Sleesman, Diane Sprow.
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Jackie Favourite, Herman Fee, Walter Fitzeharles, Robert Gallant, Shirley Gipple. SECOND ROW:
Freddie Goldsberry, Billy Grundish, Sandy Hawkins, Katherine Hughart, Lawrence Jackson, Denny
Kimpel, Nancy Landel, Rosemary lxlihuc, Barbara Miller, Kenneth Ordway. THIRD ROW: Patsy
Pierce, Karen Schwartzengraber, Rosemary Seevers, Dana Speelman, Nancy Sprow, Delores Sum-
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Vanica Gipple, Donald Gruver, Nelson Heisler, Dennis Keller, Sharon Kitchen. SECOND ROW:
Mark Koerner, Ned Lash, Peggy Lewis, Danny McBride, Richard Metz, Phyllis Riter, Juanita
Norrick, Dennis Oberlin, Nancy Ordway, Judy Pierce. THIRD ROW: Richard Sprow, Ray Swank,
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Senior pictures taken. Watch the bir ie!
'- 15. A brief vacation for the county fair is enjoyed by all.
The F. F.A. welcomes its new members in initiation rites.
Ditto for the F. H. A.
Another group of odd-looking characters. Y-Teen informal
Today the rgrade pictures were taken. Lots of excitement.
We enjoye our first assembly program - Mrs. Moegle
played her harp.
The new teachers were honored at a banquet in the cafeteria.
Many laughs were heard as the new teachers performed.
Freshman-Sophomore party. Wonderful time!
Afraid to take a look. We received our report cards for
the first time.
No school today. The teachers went to Toledo to attend the
The Hi-Y and Y-Teen Clubs held their formal initiation
at the Methodist church.
We enjoyed seein man of our classmates perform at the
Mothers' Club Taqent Show.
The juniors displayed their acting talents in "Orchids and
A repeat performance.
The annual Hi-Y and Y-Teen Hunt. More fun!
The Bulldogs got off to a good start by defeating Edon one
point in an overtime game.
The first Junior High Basketball game. We won over Pioneer.
Dressed in their best, the girls took their sweethearts to
the Y-Teen Sweetheart banquet. The F. H. A. also sponsored
a "Turkey Trot" in the gym.
Thanks iving Day. Why do we eat so much? ? ? ? ?
F. H.A. and F. F. A. held a Mother and Father Banquet.
Group pictures were taken for the annual. We rushed the
F. F. A. through so they could attend the Parliamentary
Procedure contest at Holgate.
Dr. Evelyn Duvall talked to the high school students about
boy-and-girl relationships. It proved very interesting to al.
Woe iys me! We lost to Hicksville by seven points. fOur only
The Music Boosters s onsored a country store sale.
More basketball--We beat West Unity.
Another win to our credit--we beat Farmer.
Our Christmas Concert was cancelled because of the winter
weather. Looks like no school for the rest of the week.
Still no school and no basketball ame with Pioneer. Our
Christmas vacation starts officiaily today.
Happy New Year. School begins tomorrow.
Once again we played Edon and again won by one point. Whew
Half of our school year is over. We have been suffering
through semester exams. Better luck next time!
More basketball--with Alvordton. Added another win.
Guess the ground hog saw his shadow. 5iX 1'1'10I'C weeks of
We did it! Beat Hickswille by twenty-two points.
Lots of excitement in the grade rooms. Valentine parties
were the reason.
The Williams County tournament begins. We drew Alvordton
for the first game and beat them.
Tonight we p ayed Pioneer and won again to get into the
finals against Edon.
F. F.A. boys are missing--they're attending a judging
contest at Kenton. Later reports were that they did very well
Tonight was the big night. We beat Edon by four points in
the last three minutes of the game to win the tournament.
This makes the fifth year in a row. Getting to be a habit?
A grand celebration--we got the band out and had a snake
dance through town.
On to the District Tournament. We won over Archbold.
Gained a place in the semi-finals by beating Delta. Hurrah!
Tonight we lost to Miller City in the semi- inals. But we
had a reat season!
Todaygthe solo and ensemble contestants went to Bowling
Green. We made a good showing!
The F. F. A. played Bryan in their basketball tournament.
Today the band and gir s' chorus went to Bowling, Green.
Tonight the Bulldogs are honored at the athletic anquet.
Anot er very interesting assembly program--Otto Schacht.
The Y-Teen mermaids invaded the poo at the Bowling Green
State University Natatorium today. They had a splashing
Tonight the Hi-Y boys took their best girls to the Sweetheart
Banqgiet at the school cafeteria.
The enior Class Play--"Sociall Ambitious. " The audience
enjoyed a great evening of fun. CSO did the seniors.J
A repeat perfornmnge--much easier this time, it seems.
Today the F. H.A. had a tea for their mothers.
The Y-Teens did their baby-sitting at school. Took all their
little friends to a Kiddie Party.
An assembly for the entire school--Ford's Animal Act.
Everyone looked so glamorous tonight. The reason--the
he Y-Teens brought their parents to their Pa-Ma-and-Me
'The Qing and Queen were royally welcomed at the May Dance
Clair yearbooks arrive! They seern to have been worth the
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School is out! Hope your vacation is very leasant and that
we'1l see you next fal . Good luck, seniors?
FIRST ROW: Helen Landel, Denton Badman, Jon Krill,
Pat Miller, Barbara Buchs. SECOND ROW: Tommy Knecht
Sharon Henricks, Barbara Io Nichols, Jill Bonter, Marsha
Hootman. THIRD ROW: Karlen Day, Ted Jewell, Clayton
Marshall, Roy Koerner, Lavon Dietsch.
The Student Council consists of thirteen
members from the upper six classes and
representatives from the Hi-Y, Y-Teens, FFA
and FHA. Each class is represented in the
Student Council by the president and an elected
representative. Mr. Stauffer, principal, serves
as the advisor. Our officers for this year are:
President ......... Jon Krill
Vice President. . . . .Karlen Day
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Pat Miller
Reporter ..... . Helen Landel
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FIRST ROW: Juanita Emanuel, Jill Bonter, Leone Miller,
Theyma Kitchen, Jerry Tucker, Regina Stark. SECOND
ROW: Beverly Hopkins, Claire I-lootman, Marilyn School- MISS KRILL
ey, Sharon Miller, Jeanice Pettit, Marsha Hootman. Advisor
THIRD ROW: Alice Herman, Patsy Sites, Margaret
Schoonover, Brenda Blacker, Pat Miller, Nancy Anderson.
FOURTH ROW: Franklin Miller, Marlene Franz, Thelma
Hollinger, Phyllis Herman, Verla Felger, Barbara Clay.
EDITOR: Leone Miller. ASSISTANT EDITORS: Jill Bonter, Theyma
Kitchen. FEATURE WRITERS: Barbara Clay, Marlene Franz, Brenda , .
Blacker, Alice Herman, Marlene Blinzler. SPORTS: Franklin Miller.
SOCIETY: Nancy Anderson, Marian Slater, Pat Miller. SUBSCRIP-
TIONS: Claire Hootman, Ieanice Pettit, Sharon Miller, Marsha Hoot-
man. CIRCULATION: Joe Miller, Clark Campbell. TYPISTS: Typing
II Class. PRINTERS: Verla Felger, Phyllis Harman, Alice Herman,
Margaret Goebel. ADVISOR: Miss Krill.
President ....... . Duane Miller
Vice President. . . . John Koerner
Secretary-Treasurer .Jim Miller
Chaplain .... . Jon Krill
Reporter . . . . Louis Meyer I
Student Council . Karlen Day
Advisor .......... Mr. Stauffer
Advisory Council: C. A. Anderson, John Meyer,
Lawrence Krill, Robert Wehrle and Paul James. "M
Mr. Stauffer, Advisor, and
Duane Miller, President.
FIRST ROW: Don Yoder, Ray Strouse, Karlen Day, Russell Bauer, Charles
Stark, John Heisler, Don Elliott, Richard Hug, Jack Bonter. SECOND ROW:
Floyd Miller, Richard Sleesman, Jack Meyer, Stanley Snyder, Jim Miller,
Richard Lirot, Darrell Hutchison, Wallace Reed, Arthur Phillips, Robert
ard Sechler, John Allen Meyer, Edward Stryker, Denton Badman, Roy Koer
ner, Donald Weisz. FOURTH ROW: Franklin Miller, Gary Kosier, Bill
Strawser, Bill Krill, Jan Campbell, Jerry Meyer, Duane Miller, Ion Krill,
Richard Buchs, John Koerner.
Hug. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Herrington, Wallace Childers, Arthur Beck, Rich-
President . . . . . . .
Q - Vice President. . . .
Program Chairman . .
Song Leader . . .
Advisor . .
Claire Hootman, Marlene
Franz, Linda Kissinger.
FIRST ROW: Regina Stark, Helen Landel, Virginia Mast, Iill Bonter,
Anna Hoch, Betty Teegardin, Imelda Goebel, Marlene Blinzler, Bev- ,
erly Hopkins, Lavern Van Pelt. SECOND ROW: Linda Kissinger, Lulu
belle Easler, Pat Dangler, Marian Slater, Carolyn Blinzler, Marilyn
Schooley, Vivian Wilson, Jeanice Pettit, Sharon Miller, Norma Wol
frum. THIRD ROW: Claire Hootman, Margaret Schoonover, Leone
Miller, Nancy Anderson, Pat Miller, Brenda Blacker, Betty Close, ,
Dolores Kosier, Joyce Krill, Barbara Buchs. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Get-
singer, Marlene Franz, Thelma Hollinger, Margaret Goebel, Joan
Krill, Barbara Clay, Jackie Viers, Dolores Thiel, Verla Felger, Mary
. Virginia Mast
Reporter. . Thelma Hollinger
. Mrs. Murlin
Mrs. Shepard President ' . . ..... Marlene Blinzler
Advisor Vice President. . Claire Hootnran
Secretary . . Delores Thiel
Treasurer . . .Imelda Goebel
Song Leader . . . Margaret Goebel
Parliamentarian . .... Jill Bonter
Historian . . .... Nancy Leppelmeier
Club Mothers . Mrs. Hootman, Mrs. Kosier
FIRST ROW: Linda Kissinger, Marlene Blinzler, Laverne Van Pelt, Imelda Goebel, Lulu Belle Easler, Carol Stark,
Alice Goebel, Nora Goebel, Jill Bonter, Betty Teegardin, Anna Hoch, Regina Stark. SECOND ROW: Sharon Miller,
Jeanice Pettit, Edith Strup, Patsy Wines, Susan Hopkins, Judy Shepard, Marsha Hootman, Shirley Close, Betty
Hartley, Marian Slater, Marilyn King, Margaret Studer, Theyma Kitchen. THIRD ROW: Barbara Buchs, Verla
Buchs, Patsy Sites, Pat Miller, Nancy Anderson, Betty Close, Delores Kosier, Joyce Krill, Claire Hootman, Norma
Wolfrum, Mary Balogh, Carolyn Blinzler, Pat Dangler. FOURTH ROW: Marlene Franz, Jackie Getsinger, Thelma
Hollinger, Marilyn Sleesman, Jackie Viers, Dolores Thiel, Verla Felger, Pat Schieber, Carol Moore, Barbara Her-
man, Nancy Leppelmeier, Mary Keener.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
Reporter. . .
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Bauer B
, yronEng1er Lee Pierce Mervln Stark Tommy Weber Jack Bont
. SECOND ROW: Donald Zimmerman Jim Herman Russell Bauer H
Loren Blomeke, Ronald Herman Kenneth Wersz THIRD ROW
Goebel, Arthur Phillips, Lavon Dietsch Rich
merer, Donald Herman, Bill
FIRST ROW: Demon Badman, Jan Campbell, Richard Hug, Lloyd Her
rington, Jack Bonter, Stanley Snyder. SECOND ROW: Nancy Anderson
Dolores Thiel, Ianetta Leverich, Marlene Franz, Jill Bonter, Virginia
Mast, Regina Stark.
"Orchids And Onions"
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Eve Langdon .
Sue Bedford. .
Honey Bee Jenks
Dee Dalhart. .
Lollie Popkins .
Rafe McGurk .
. Denton Badrnan
. Virginia Mast
. . Richard Hug
. Stanley Snyder
. Dolores Thiel
. Jan Campbell
. . Jill Bonter
. . Jack Bonter
Henrietta Vantower . . . Marlene Franz
Mrs. Engler was our director and it was through
her willing, capable help that our play was a tremendous
success. Regina Stark was our promptor.
FIRST ROW: Ion Krlll, Karlen Day, Duane Miller, Jim Miller, Louis
Meyer, Ivan Weber. SECOND ROW: Leone Miller, Dolores Kosier, Q
Barbara Clay, Margaret Goebel, Verla Felger, Norma Wolfrum, Mar-
CAST OF CHARAC TERS
Ann Caldwell .
Fred Caldwell .
Mrs. Clayton Van.
Torn Hastins .
Wellington . .
Susan Brian. .
. . . . . . . Duane Miller
. Marlene Blinzler
. Leone Miller
. Karlen Day
. Barba.ra Clay
. . . Jon Krill
. . . .Louis Meyer
. . . . .Dolores Kosier
Margaret Ann Goebel
Mrs. Ridgeway-Fahrenheit . . Norma Wolfrum
Miss Norton .
Jim Palmer. .
. Verla Felger
. Ivan Weber
. Jim Miller
Mrs. Arlene Olds
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Edgerton's Band is really a civic institution, for under
the direction of Mr. Engler, we are often called upon to
play for parades and other community appearances.
Although our Christmas Concert this year was can-
celled by weather conditions, we did participate in the
county fair, the Spring concert, the state music contests,
and celebrations at neighboring towns and at home.
We are indeed proud of our uniforms provided for us
by the work of the Music Boosters Association. The Arion
Award is presented to the outstanding senior giving the
most to music.
Our officers for this year are:
President ........ . Jon Krill
Vice President . . . . . . . Jack Bonter
Secretary-Treasurer ....... Margaret Goebel
Librarians .... . Judy Shepard, Beverly Meyer
Reporter. .... Marilyn Schooley
Manager . . Duane Miller
FIRST ROW: Duane Schooley, Janie Weeks, Jeanette Warner, Gary Weiner, Kaye Mil-
ler, Donnie Suffel, Glen Keller, Nancy Hopkins, Helen Robinett, Mr. Engler. SECOND
ROW: Kay Free, Imo Rohrs, Linda Sechler, Richard Kepler, Leslie Pierce, David Blos-
ser, Neal Meyer, Kenneth Maple, Madonna Hill. THIRD ROW: Charles Johnston, Eddie
Smith, Sharon Robinett, Elton Monosrnith, Carlton Schooley, Weston Olds, Marjory
Hopkins, Tommy Kitchen, Robert Grundish. FOURTH ROW: Darrell Blacker, Janet Shep
ard, Judell Henricks, Judith Maple, Elizabeth Weeks, Mary Ann Myers, Cathy Moffett,
Ande r s on
ENSE MB LE MEMBERS
FIRST ROW: Sharon Miller, Lulu Belle Easler, Virginia
Mast, Helen Landel, Judy Shepard, Pat Miller, Claire
Hootman. SECOND ROW: Leone Miller, Mildred Kopp,
Norma Wolfrum, Brenda Blacker, Pat Sites, Jackie
Viers, Dolores Thiel. THIRD ROW: Margaret Goebel,
Barbara Clay, Delores Kosier, Joan Krill.
RAINBOW GIRLS' CHORUS
Lulu Belle Easler
Mary Ann Balogh
Ve rla Felger
Vice President. . . .
Mrs. Eleanor Engler Reporter.
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. . Joan Krill
Leone Miller and
. Alice Herman
Lloyd Herrington, Duane Miller, Jack Bonter Ion
Krill, Jerry Meyer, John Koerner, Roy Koerner
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Louis Meye r
Jan C ampbell
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
DISTRIC T TOURNEY
WILLIAMS COUNT? CHAMPS AGAIN!
Mr. Stauffer, principal and
faculty athletic director,
deserves credit for doing such
a fine job of managing the
the Bulldogs .
50 Coach Greeley "Babe" Shoup
56 led the Bulldogs through a
59 grand and glorious season.
48 We credit him with a job
The varsity Bulldogs completed the 1951-
52 basketball season with 15 wins and 1 loss
to win once again the Williams County League
In tournament play this year, by defeating
Eldon four points in the last three minutes of
the final game, the Bulldogs were winners of
the Williams County Tournament for the fifth
year in a row. Setting a new county record
for tournament wins, the Bulldogs then
advanced to the district meet at Defiance and
defeated Archbold and Delta to participate
in the semi-finals, where their winning streak
was halted by Miller City.
We are indeed proud of our Bulldogs and
congratulate them on a fine season of basket-
FIRST ROW Charles Dletsch Jan Campbell, Gary Kosier, Rxchard Buchs Denton Bad
rnan SECOND ROW John Meyer Managerg Clayton Marshall Marvm Dietsch Rrchard
Lrrot Wallace Reed B111 Strawser Managerg Coach Shoup
CHEERLEADERS Leo P Mrller Mildred Kopp, Sharon Miller Pat Miller
Karl Dietsch, Bruce Campbell, Ted Jewell, Joe Miller
Meredith Stark, Jerry Tucker, Duane Miller, Robert
Gallant, Donald Hutchison, Barton Kosier, John Stark,
JUNIOR HIGH RESERVE SCHEDULE
CHEERLEADERS Barbara Jo Nichols, Elsie Irwin, Marlene Kopp, Myrna Phillips
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Having won five games out of six during
the fall season, the baseball boys are
looking forward to an equally good spring
season. With their new suits to show off,
they are anxiously waiting the start of
spring practice. We wish you boys the best
of luck in maintaining your good record.
FIRST ROW: Tommy Weber, Managerg Mervin Stark, Jim Miller, Jim Hug, Wayne Dennis, Richard Hug, Jerry
Meyer, Ray Strouse, John Meyer, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Shoup, Richard Buchs, Lavon Dietsch, John
Heisler, Jack Meyer, Jon Krill, Jan Campbell, Allan Heisler, Louis Meyer.
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