Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH)
- Class of 1945
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and hope and pain! ln Europe vast armies, moving mightily, crush and defeat the forces of hate
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bring the world those freedoms that will make enduring peace! Our hearts, our prayers, are
with them. Nearer and nearer they reach their goal! Guardians of Liberty! Defenders of Democ-
racy! Beatific peacemakers! They do, in truth, merit the right to be called the children of God!
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Sleep softly, soldier lad, wherever you may lie,
While sighing winds sing requiems
And sentinel starslstand by.
Our hearts, so often torn with anquish and with fears,
Are aching now with loneliness
And solace seek irl tears.
With deep unselfish love you gave your life that we
Might live securelyl in a world
From every tyrant free.
You do not ask oul' thanks. You do not need our tears.
You only plead that we keep faith
Through all the coming years
With you and all the countless slain, whose names shall hallowed be,
That men may live in peace and love
And Christian harmony.
We will keep faithl And constantly in every heart and mind
The memory of yciur sacrifice
Shall always be enshrined.
Sleep gently, warrior lad, in God's great care serene!
Over your grave thle blue skies bend
And tender grass grows green.
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GOLD STAR HONOR ROLL
Croninger, Clelan O.
Geiser, Walter -
Guziolek, Stephen J.
Hamann, Russell L.
Meyer, Lawrence E.
Miller, De Rondo
Phillips, William Howard
Spence, Archie D.
Vermilyea, William c
Zehner, Scott Paul
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Circulation Manager . . . . Ruth Thomas
Associate Editor . . . . Bill Aufderheide
THE LINK BETWEEN THOSE WHO
HAVE GONE BEFORE AND US WHO
SOON WILL GO TO OUR PLACES
IN THIS WIDE WORLD
AI I FOR
..THE BOYS WRGITE H0
LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL
My dear Friend,
December 12, 1944
Another Christmas Day is approaching and we realize that 1944
will soon be gone. During the year, Libbey has prospered. Our
undefeated football team won City
Championship Honors with an
equal claim on State Honors. Momsen and Krall, our Co-Captains,
were chosen on the All-State Team
players. Our Edelian and Crystal
musical organizations appeared in
honor to us. Our boys and girls,
from among more than four thousand
were highly successful. Our
many concerts and brought high
in these difficult times, have
tried to maintain the ideals and traditions of Libbey. And great
joy has come to us because of your loyalty and the countless letters
you have written.
Week by week, we have seen our boys leave for Service. We
have parted from them in genuine sorrow and regret. They are now
in all quarters of the globe, giving their all for us. Eighteen
hundred Libbey boys and!girls join in silent prayer each morning for
Many Service boys home on furlough come to see us and to visit
Libbey. Recently, we had sixteen
boys were here: Ed Shepler, just
here for dinner. The following
home from six months in an English
hospital from wounds received in France, Neil Schmuhl, wounded
severely at Saipan and now in Percy Jones Hospital, Bob Bauer,
Wade Breneman, Hetzel Dickens, and Wayne Doty-all home after thirty
months with the Marinesiin the Pacific, Bob Trumbull, home after
many months in the Aleutians, Edwin Krall, Navy, wounded at Leyte,
Kenneth Shepler from Great Lakes,
Frank Sniegowski, Army Air Corps,
Gerry Gaynor, Glen Schmakel, and
Jim Foltz, Marines, Bob Bremer
and Douglas Taberner, Army, and Bob Harrison, V-12. How 1 wish that
you had been here, too!
At this Christmas Season, we
are thinking of you. We are
praying earnestly that you may find Happiness during this festive
season. May your memories of days past enable you to relive the
Christmas Days of your youth! May Peace soon come and bring you
Home again! May God abundantly bless you and give you assurance
of His abiding Presence! May you
with all its hardships and dangers and temptations! May the War
have Courage to face your life
end find you the clean, fine boy who bade us goodbye! If called
into battle, may you go unafraid of the future, knowing the Son of
God will walk at your side! May God bless you!
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THERESA M. COEHRS
Having come as a pioneer teacher to Libbey High School, the
great school in the South Side community in which she was
born and reared, has always been a matter of great pride and
pleasure to Theresa M. Coehrs, who has given us such sincere
and splendid service for many years. A graduate of old Central
High School and Toledo Normal Training School, Miss Coehrs
later was granted the degree of Bachelor of Arts at Toledo
University. At interesting intervals from that time forward she
continued her education at Toledo University, at Middlebury,
Vermont, and at' El Centro de Estudios Historicos in Madrid,
Spain. Her early years of teaching were experienced at Newton
School, now known as Marshall School. Later she taught for
three years at Old Woodward High School. Throughout her life
the hobbies of Miss Coehrs have been books, the theatre, travel,
and the study of foreign languages. Her love of visiting strange
places took her to Porto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Montreal,
Quebec, the Gaspe Peninsula, Nova Scotia, and practically all
of the United States. During one of her two visits to Europe, she
was privileged to witness the Passion Play at Oberammergau,
Germany. To us, her students at Libbey, she has been best
known as a teacher of Spanish and English. Her conscientious
work, her serene good nature, and her serious wish to teach her
pupils goodness of character as well as excellence in subject
matter have won for her our deep respect and sincere admir-
ation. Thus it is with affection and regard that we the Class of
1945 dedicate to Miss Theresa M. Coehrs this Edelian and
express to her our best wishes for her happiness and success.
EDWARD L. BOWSHER
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Amid the ever quickening tempo of world happenings that we are confronted
with today, it is of vast importance to our feeling of security to have at the
head of our fine system of Toledo schools a man of such splendid courage
and adaptability as our superintendent, Mr. Edward L. Bowsher. The Senior
Class of 1945 of Libbey salutes you, Nlr. Bowsher, and wishes you constant
success in your educational plans for the future and congratulates you on
the fine achievements you have performed for us and our city.
HAROLD E. WILLIAMS
PRINCIPAL OF LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL
For four years we have learned from you, lVlr. Williams, our beloved principal,
lessons of constancy of purpose, devotion to duty, and an abiding faith in
the triumph of goodness. For the inspiring kindness you have shown to all of
us we are grateful, and we sincerely pledge that the spiritual and intellectual
standards you have set for us by your work and your own example of
Christian conduct will never be forgotten. We Seniors leave Libbey enriched
by your precepts of tolerance, fair-mindedness, honor, and faith. You have
given us much to take with us. We leave you our friendship and our love.
Gold Star Honor Roll . 5
Views of Service Men . . 6
Principal Williams' Greeting to
Men in Service . . . 14
ELAINE EHRENFRIED Dedlcatlon '
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Superintendent E. L. Bowsher . 20
Principal Harold E. Williams . . 21
C 0 N T E N T S RUTH ANNE DUSHA
Sports . .
Libbey's Champs .
Della Williams Paine
School Song . .
Snaps . .
Ads . .
CHARLES R. MARTIN
GERTRUDE I. PAYNE
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT LIBRARY
MARY KELSO: Home Nursing: Wilmington College,
A.B.: Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed.: University of
Cincinnati, R.N.: Vassar Training Camp for Nurses.
MRS. DORCAS KRUSE: Librarian: University of
Michigan, A.B., M.A.
H. L. MCCLURE: Music: B.S. in Musical Education:
Indiana State Teachers College M.S. in Education
HAZEL E. BARTLEY: Fine Arts: Columbia University,
B.S., Lib Adviser. CNot II1 lIILlS'IIl'3.I1IOI1.J
H, L, IVICCLURE MRS. DOLLY HARMEYER
MARY SHINAVER LAURA MENTZER RUTH ROADWILER
ROSCOE BAKER MRS. PAULINE BURTON
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MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ HERMAN HARDING
BERNICE KRUEGER FREDERICK VOSSLER
Everyday Living Science
ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES
THERESA A. COEHRS
RUTH A. DUSHA
MRS. PAULINE BURTON
GRACE M. DeLISLE
WILLIAM E. EVERHART
RUTH ALLEN: English, and Everyday Living: Uni-
versity of Toledo, B.S., M.A., Senior Friendship
Club Adviser: Philalethean Adviser: Student Coun-
MRS. PAULINE BURTON: Latin: Chairman of
Languages: University of Michigan, A.B., M.A.:
Latin Honor Society Adviser: Libbey Classical
THERESA A. COEHRS: English and Spanish:
University of Toledo, A.B., Spanish Club Adviser.
GRACE M. DeLISLE: English: University of To-
ledo, B.S., M.A., Zetalethean Adviser.
RUTH A. DUSHA: English: Ohio State University,
A.B.: Columbia University M.A.: Periclean Adviser:
"EdeIian" Director: Student Council Adviser.
WILLIAM E. EVERHART: English: Chairman of
Department: Speech: Michigan State Normal,
B.S.: Track Coach: Cross Country Coach: Equip-
FLORENCE GERDES: English: University of lVlich-
igan, A.B.: Columbia University, M.A.: Philalethean
Adviser: "Crystal" Adviser.
JEAN GILBERT: English: Ohio State University,
B.S.: Sophomore Friendship Club Adviser.
FLORENCE GERDES - JEAN GILBERT
ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES
GRACE IRWIN: English: Ohio Wesleyan, A.B.:
Junior Friendship Adviser.
GERTRUDE KANNEY: English: University of To-
ledo, B.A.: University of Michigan, M.A.
BERNICE KRUEGER: French: Chairman of Every-
day Living: University of Michigan, A.B., M.A.:
French Club Adviser.
ALMA LOK: German: University of Toledo, A.B.:
University of Michigan, M.A.
VIRGINIA C. MAY: English: College of New
Rochelle, A.B.: Columbia University, M.A.: Red
GERTRUDE I. PAYNE: English and Commercial:
University of Toledo, B.S.: Snapshot Adviser for
"Crystal" and "Edelian."
MARY E. RUSSELL: Spanish: Oberlin College,
A.B.: Universidad Nacional de Mexico, M.A.: Span-
ish Club Adviser.
ZOE G. SCOTT: English: Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
VIRGINIA c. MAY GERTRUDE 1. PAYNE MARY E. RUSSELL
ZOE G. SCOTT
MATHEMATICS AND HISTORY
HERMAN A. HARDING
KENNETH LE GRON
AILEEN B. EBERTH
C. F. HOUSER
WALTER B. LYNN
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MRS. C. F. HOUSER
HERMAN A. HARDING: Mathematics, Chairman of
Department: Heidelberg University, B.S.: University of
Michigan M.A. P
C. F. HOUSER: Mathematics: Heidelberg University,
MRS. C. F. HOUSER: Psychology and Everyday Living:
KENNETH LE GRON: Mathematics and Commercial
Law: University of Toledo, B. of Ed.
WALTER B. LYNN: Mathematics: Heidelberg University,
B.S.: Student Council Adviser.
ROSCOE BAKER: Social Studies, Chairman of Depart-
ment: Ohio Northern University, B.S.: Wisconsin Uni-
versity, M.A.: Q.D. Adviser.
ANGELA COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Speech: Ohio
State University, B.S., M.A.: Dramatic Club Adviser.
AILEEN B. EBERTH: Social Studies: Columbia Uni-
versity, B.S., M.A.: Zetalethean Adviser: Libbey Classi-
cal League Adviser.
ELLA FELLER: Social Studies: University of Toledo,
COMMERCIAL AND HISTORY
MRS. ETH EL COLEMAN
GEORGE L. KIEFER
MRS. ETHEL COLEMAN: Commercial: Ohio University,
B.S. in Ed: B.S.S., Bowling Green, Kentucky.
MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ: Commercial, Chairman of
Department: Ohio State University. A.B., lVl.A., B.S.
MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Commercial: Hiram College,
B.A.: M.Ed. University of Cincinnati: Gregg College:
Commercial Club Adviser.
GEORGE L. KIEFER: Commercial: Illinois State Normal
University, B.E.: St. Louis University, A.M.: Hi-Y Adviser.
CHARLES MARTIN: Commercial: University of Toledo,
B.S.: Activities Director: Athletic Director: Business
Director of "Edelian."
JOHN OSGOOD: Commercial and Matl1ematics: Ohio
State University, B.S. in Ed: Commercial Club Adviser.
GRACE HENDERSON: Social Studies: Ohio State Uni-
versity, B.S. in Ed: Zetalethean Adviser.
FLORENCE LUTTON: Social Studies: University of
Toledo, A.B., M.A.
JAMES ORWIG: Social Studies: University of Michigan,
B.S. in Ed.: Football Coach: Basketball Coach: Jr. and
Sr. Class Adviser: National Honor Society Adviser.
MARGARET WAITE: Social Studies: University of
Toledo, B.S., A.B.
MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ MRS. MARY O. HOUSER
CHARLES MARTIN JOHN OSGOOD
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JAMES ORWIG MARGARET WAITE
FRANCIS D. BOYLE LYDIA FIEDLER
FRANCIS D. BOYLE: Science: Marietta College, A.B.
LYDIA FIEDLER: Science: Grinnell College B.S.: Michigan University, M.S.: Biology Club Adviser.
INEZ E. KOOP: Science: Bowling Green State, M.A., B.S. in Education.
H. W. LINCKE: Science and Projection: University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A.
INEZ E. KOOP H. W. LINCKE LASETTA PICKARD
LASETTA PICKARD: Science: University of Toledo: University of Michigan, A.B., M.A., Biology Club Adviser.
ELZA SPACKEY: Science: Ohio State University and Bowling Green University, B.S.E.: Golf Coach: Tennis
Coach: Cheer Leader Director: Bowling Coach.
FREDERICK VOSSLER: Science, Chairman of Department: University of Rochester, B.S.
CHARLES W. WEINSTOCK: Science: Marietta College, A.B.: University of Michigan, M.A. in Ed.
ELZA SPACKEY FREDERICK VOSSLER CHARLES W. WEINSTOCKH
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JOHN W. FAST: Wood Shop: Chairman of Department: Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.
MELVIN MORTIMER: Electricity: University of Toledo, B.S. Engineering, Bachelor of Education.
MELVIN MORTIMER EDWARD E. PACKER
EDWARD E. PACKER: Drafting and Joinery: University of Toledo, B.S.: Ohio State University, M.A.: Architec-
tural Club Adviser: Vocational Counselor.
C. T. ROSENBERG: Foundry.
CARL STERLING: Machine Drafting. S
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HOME ECONOMICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
ELEANORE MURBACH ISLA B. OWEN HELEN E. WYLIE
ELEANORE MURBACH: Home Economics: Radio Script Writing: Ohio State University, B. S.: Columbia
University, M. A.: Home Economics Club Adviser.
ISLA B. OWEN: Home Economics: Hillsdale, A.B.: Home Economics Club Adviser.
HELEN E. WYLIE: Home Economics: Ohio State University, B.S.: Home Economics Club Adviser.
DONALD FISHER: Physical Education: Ohio Wesleyan, A.B.
DONALD FISHER ALBERT JEFFERY
ALBERT JEFFERY: Physical Education: Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.: Head Line Coach of Varsity Football.
ARDIS ATWELL: Physical Education: Michigan State Normal College B.S.: University of Michigan, M.A.
KATHERINE MAHER: Physical Education: Michigan State Normal College, B.S.: Girls' Athletic Association
Adviser: "L" Girls Adviser.
MARY ALICE MCGRAW: Physical Education: Michigan State College, B.S.
ARDIS ATWELL KATHERINE MAHER MARY ALICE MCGRAW
ELOISE BOYCE VOORHEIS
The passing of Eloise Boyce Voorheis early in October
saddened the hearts of all of us. During her-years of
service as a teacher of mathematics and psychology,
she had won the admiration of students and teachers
alike because of her brilliant proparation and fine
achievement. Scores of young people who knew her
through her work with the Philalethian Literary Society,
the Red Cross, and the Nlath Club treasured her friend-
ship and were enriched by it. Formerly Dean of Freshman
Girls, Miss Voorheis later became Testing Officer and
also Chairman of the Everyday Living groups. Her
enthusiasm, loyalty, and courageousness, so vitally
genuine and sincere wherever Libbey was concerned,
will always remain in our memories to inspire and
encourage us. She will forever be a part of the school
Again in the same month of October we paused in
sorrow when we learned of the death of Roland R. Cony.
For many years lVlr. Cony had filled the position of
Dean of Junior Boys and in that office, as well as in
his work as adviser of the Quill and Dagger Literary
Society, his genial and amiable nature made many
friends for him. His major work of instruction lay in
the field of American History, yet he taught English
also. His classes and his faculty colleagues will always
remember him for his kindliness and his friendly interest
in them and their activities, as well as for his constant
willingness to serve Libbey.
JERRY ABBEY: He has no hobby: he has no
plans: fate will decide his future.
FLOSSIE MAE ADAMS: Flossie makes many
boys in service happy with her newsy letters.
Jones Jr. 1.
PAUL ALLEN: A more studious person you
never did see, for Paul would get his lessons
at the bottom of the sea. Nat'l Honor 4:
Forum 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Crystal 3, 4: Journal-
ism 2: Senior Prom Committee.
ARANNA ANDERSON: "Andy" will make a
charming cadet nurse. Robinson Jr. 1: Nat'l
Honor 4: Latin Honor 2, 3, 4: Friendship 3,
Chaplain 4: Alchemist 3.
RICHARD 'ANDREE: Nothing less than a
genius. Hi-Y 3, 4: R.O.T.C., Ohio State Uni-
HELENE ARCHER: Helene, dancing, and good
music can all be linked together. Choir 2, 3,
4: Journalism 4.
CHARLES ASMUS: Strictly the athletic type.
MERCEDES AVERY: Skippy's great love is
skating, and all through life she'll have a high
rating. B.T. Washington 1: Scott 2, 3: Friend-
WILLIAM AUFDERHEIDE: Keep after that
horn and you'II soon have Tommy Dorsey
jealous. Forum 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3:
Nat'l Honor 4: Edelian Assoc. Editor 4.
JOANNE BAKER: Red hair and a sweet dis-
position. Jones Jr. 1: G.A.A. 2, 3.
nickname, "Sharpe" might mean? Spanish 2,
3, Serg't-at-Arms 4: Track 3, 4: Cross Coun-
try 4: Football 2.
PHYLLIS BARNES: PhylIis's future involves
TED BARTH: Man about town, Ted will never
let you down. Jones Jr. 1: Forum 4.
JANIS BARRY: Her hobby is making friends
and she surely has succeeded!
JOYCE BASIL: We know Joyce will be as well
liked in her future work as she was here at
Libbey. Bowling 1, 2.
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LOIS ANN BELK
JAMES BAUR: Purposeful, he works his way
to win success some future day.
EILEEN BEACH: Eileen's future revolves
around a home of her own.
THOMAS BEACH: We wish "Mike" all the
success that comes with the lumber business.
Choir 1, 2.
TREVA JAYNE BEARD: Treva wants to be-
come an English teacher and we know she'lI
make good. Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 3, 4:
Phils 3, 4: Latin Honor Society 3, 4: Friendship
2, 3, Treas. 4: Libbey Classical League 2, 3,
4: Dramatic Club 4: Red Cross 2.
BETTY BEDFORD: Quiet and friendly with
winning ways, she'll be a secretary one of
these days. Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship 2, 3.
LOIS ANN BELK: Intelligence and charm in-
sure success. Jones Jr. 1: Latin Honor Society
3, Sec.-Treas. 4: Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Friendship
2, Chaplain 3, Corres. Sec. 4: Dramatic Club
3, Corres. Sec. 4: Classical League 2, 3: First
Consul 4: Jr. Sr. Play Committee.
HELEN BENSON: With her light brown hair
and dancing feet this little girl is hard to beat.
Friendship 2, 4: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4.
JOANNE BERG: Marriage will be "Bergie's"
career. Home Ec. 'l, 2, 3.
NEVA BERTRAM: Red-haired and charming,
Neva will study nursing. Jones Jr. 1: Spanish
Club 3, 4.
DON BLACK: Happy-go-lucky, and a whirl-
wind of activity. Nat'l Honor 4: Q.D. 2, 3,
Treas. 4: Football 1, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4:
Serg't-at-Arms Jr. Class: Jr. Sr. Prom Com-
JOAN BLANCHONC: A patriotic miss is she
for a cadet nurse she hopes to be. Maumee
High School 1, 2.
BEVERLY BOEHK: Becky is a mixture of
sweetness and fun. Friendship 2: Biology
Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3.
JAMES BOGGS: A true and loyal friend in-
deed: in life we know he will succeed.
ETHEL BOND: This sweet girl is everyone's
pal. Robinson Jr. 1.
MELVIN BREITNER: God's gift to women.
Q.D. 3, Sec. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Architectural
Club 2, 3, Treas. 4: Football Res. 2, Varsity
3, 4: Track 3, 4.
DORIS BROUSE: This likable girl, sweet and
sincere, will be remembered for many a year.
Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor Society 4: Commer-
cial Club 4: Friendship 2, 4: G.A.A. 2.
DOROTHY BROWN: The little girl with the
big brown eyes. Phils 1, 2, 3, 4: Edelian Class
NORMA BROWN: With her high stepping toes
and her black hair flying, you'Il never miss
Norma, there's no denying. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4:
Friendship 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 1, 2,
3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELYN BRUNO: With that beautiful
voice of yours, Jackie, you're sure to go far.
Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 4: Choir 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA BUNGE: Always a twinkle in her
eye, but not always so very, very shy. Friend-
ship 2, 3, Council Representative 4: Com-
mercial Club 2, 3.
MARGARET BURKARD: Marge is rather dif-
fident but awfully nice to know. Jones Jr. 1.
FRANCES BURKE: Happy in love! Oh, oh,
what a feeling. Jones Jr. 1: Whitney Voc. 2.
BONNIE BURTON: Where did you get that
nick-name, "Torchy"? Jones Jr. 1.
GEORGE BUTLER: We know you'll do your
share on ground, on sea, or in the air.
ALMA CAMERON: Alma is indeed a true
friend, and one on whom you can depend.
Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4.
GERRY CAMPBELL: Ever smiling, ever gay,
Gerry leads in many a way. Nat'l Honor 4:
Peries 2, 3, Chaplain 4: Friendship 2: Edelian
Club Editor 4: Senior Class Play Committee.
HOWARD CAMPBELL: Who knows what the
future will hold for Howard?
ANNABELLE CAMRON: A pretty Winsome
lass, who sees a sweet reflection in her look-
JEAN ELLEN CARMEAN: Little though she
may be, she's tops with all you will agree.
Robinson Jr. High 1: Nat'l Honor 4: Friend-
ship 2: Home Ec. 2: Biology 3: Round-up
Committee: Senior Play Committee.
INEZ CARSNER: Always happy, always gay,
she wearsta smile all through the day. Nat'l
Honor 4: Friendship 2, 3 Rec. Sec. 4.
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DOROTHY CARTER: The girl with the beau-
tiful blue eyes. Jones Jr. 1. , ,
PAT CASSIDY: When Irish eyes are smiling.
Friendship 2, 3, 4.
PAT CHAMBERS: Nice things come in small
packages. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4:
Edelian Snapshot Editor 4: Prom Commit-
DON CLARK: Much luck to you in any trade
you tackle. Hi-Y 2.
JEANNE CLARK: You great big beautiful
doll! Peries 1, 2, 3, Corres. Sec. 4: Nat'l
Honor 4: Edelian Faculty Editor 4.
RENZA CLARK: Miss Clark, take a -letter!
Friendship 2: C.A.A. 2, 3: Nat'l Honor 3, 4.
LORENE CLARKE: Always on the go!
C.A.A. 1 .
SUZANNE CONY: Sweet Sue! Nat'l Honor 3,
4: Peries 2, 3, Rec. Sec. 4: Friendship 2:
Classical League 2, 3.
PAUL CORWIN: Corky's hobby, so he says,
EDDIE COSS: Small but mighty. Jones Jr.
ELLEN COVODE: Ellen will plan many peo-
ple's dream houses. Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship
2: Pres. 3, 4: Spanish 2, 3, 4: Lib 4: Crystal 3,
Art Editor 4: Senior Play.
BARBARA COX: Tiny and petite is this blue-
eyed lass: with all these features she has
plenty of class. Jones Jr. 1: Phils 2, 3, 4:
Edelian Faculty Editor 4.
RICHARD CROSSMAN: Mischief dances in
this boy's eyes. DeVilbiss 1, 2.
DAVID DAMAS: The draft board will decide
his future. Nat'l Honor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Foot-
LOUIS DANDINO: He left us for the Navy and
Uncle Sam. May luck attend him!
PAUL DAVIDSON: Keenly alert, he knows
what's going on, this boy!
JESSIE DE FRAIN: Her spare time is spent in
collecting football scrapbooks. Jones Jr. 1:
Whitney 2: Friendship 4: Biology 3, 4: Dra-
BETTY DELKER: We are all certain "Bets"
will make an efficient stenographer. Ida High
School 1, 2: Monroe High School 3.
ESTHER DE LORES: To be a nurse is her
ambition. Scarsdale, New York 1: Heoth, Ken-
ROBERT DENMAN: Denny spends his spare
time working on cars.
WAYNE DICKES: One who has come to the
top at Libbey.
BETTY DOBRES: A Doctor of Medical Re-
search is what "Boots" plans to be. Jones Jr.
1: Friendship 3, 4: Biology 2, 3, 4: G.A.A.
2, 3, 4.
KENNETH DOMINIQUE: At Libbey-all for
his school. Later-all for his country. Nat'l
Honor 4: Hi-Y 3.
JACK DOMYK: Uncle Sam's Navy will claim
Jack. fNot in illustration, A
COLLEEN DONOHUE: A rare friend, indeed.
Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Zets 1, 2, 3, Corres. Sec. 4:
Friendship, Corres. Sec. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 4:
Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1, 2: Deans' Office 2,
LEONARD DOUGHERTY: This brown-eyed
boy has one ambition, that's to spend his life
RUTH DRIVER: To college to be an artist.
Maumee High 1, 2.
ELAINE DRURY: Libbey's "China Doll."
Jones Jr. High 1: Nat'l Honor 3, Sec-Treas.
4: Phils 2, 3, V. Pres. 4: Friendship 2: Edelian
Club Editor 4: Student Council 3, 4: Junior-
Senior Prom Com. 3: Junior-Senior Prom
FREDNA DUBY: Some day-a husband, a
home, a family.
ALETA DUNLAP: Some day we'lI find Aleta
in Art business for herself. DeVilbiss 1, 2:
Friendship 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 3: G.A.A. 3, 4:
Crystal 3, Soc. Ed. 4: Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 4.
BERNICE DURHAM: Can anyone surpass
"Berg" in dancing? Burnham 1: Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
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FRED DUSSEL: To increase his knowledge,
L'Dusty" plans to go to college.
ELAINE DYBALA: If ever a friend you might
need, you'll find her ever ready indeed. Rob-
inson Jr. 1: Biology 1.
RUTH DYBALA: Sports and fun go together
it seems, for Ruth it's easy to be supreme.
Robinson Jr. 1: Nat'I Honor 4: Friendship 4:
Biology Club 3, Secretary 4: G.A.A. 3, Pres. 4.
ELAINE EHRENFRIED: "Sweet and lovely."
Natfl Honor 3, 4: Friendship 2, Treas. 3, 4:
Zet 2, 3, V. Pres. 4: Edelian 2, 3, Advertising
Mgr. 4: Activities 2, 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Prom Com-
EDGAR ELDREDGE: Give this boy a hunting
trip or a pair of skates and he'll be happy.
MARVIN ELLIS: A fishing pole and a quiet
shore, Marvin wants nothing more. fNot in
GEORGE ELLWOOD: His dream has come
true, because he joined the Maritime Service.
DON EPPLE: All 6' 1" cooperates to make
Don a man.
ARNOLD ERDMANN: With hair of yellow, he's
quite a nice fellow. Cross Country 1.
BOB ERDMAN: Always a worker: never a
shirker. Jones Jr. 1: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Pro-
jection Club 2, 3, 4.
JOANN EVANS: So sweet and so kind, a way
in the world she will find. Friendship 2, 3.
JIM FARBER: Happy am I, from care I am
free. Why aren't they all contented like me?
Jones Jr. 1: Forum 4.
DICK FARMAN: This tall, handsome lad is
our idea of a dream boy. Central 1: Dayton
Ohio 2, 3: Forum 4.
ELAINE FENNER: Keen and alert she has to
be, to get along so successfully. Valedictorian:
Nat'l Honor 3, V. Pres. 4: Latin Honor 1, 2, 3,
V. Pres. 4: Phils 2, 3, Treas. 4: Friendship 2,
3, 4: Biology 2: Classical League 2, 3, Second
Consul 4: Edelian 2, 3, 4: Activities 1, 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY MAE FIANDER: Sweet and charm-
ing, lots of fun, Shirley is ideal for anyone.
JERRY FISCHER: Uncle Sam gains a swell
guy and Libbey loses one.
JOAN FITZGERALD: A sea-nymph she would
be, her playground being the sea. Jones Jr. 1:
Dramatic 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play.
ANN FLANAGAN: She's always lucky, always
gay: she'd love singing her life away. Jones
JEANNE FLANAGAN: I want to be a unique
dress designer. Jones Jr. 1.
DOROTHY FOLTZ: No one can excel Dorothy
in leadership. Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Phils 1, 2, 3,
Pres. 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Sec. Treas.
4: Friendship Pres. 2, 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Class Vice
President: Deans' Office 2, 3.
ROSE ELLEN FOOR: Ready and able, a sec-
retary she will be.
IRENE FOREST: With twinkling eyes and
dancing toes, Irene will find life worthwhile.
Jones Jr. 1.
JUANITA FOSTER: Her nature is lively, her
temper is gay: she works when she has to,
yet savessome time to play.
JIM FORSTER: For he's a jolly good fellow.
Forum 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Basket-
ball 1: Reserve football 3.
EDDIE FRANCIS: Never a dull moment when
Eddie's around. Robinson Jr. 1: French Club
4: Cross Country 2, 3: Track Team 2, 3, 4:
JOANNE FRENCH: To settle down and raise
a family is "Jo's" ambition. Scott High 1.
BETTY FRIEND: Betty will be long remem-
bered at Libbey. Genoa 1.
LILLIAN FRIEND: Lillian will sing her way to
success. Friendship 4: G.A.A. 2.
JEAN FRYBARGER: To be a nurse and loring
joy to all her patients is Jean's ambition.
Friendship 2: G.A.A. 2.
BILL FUERST: ln personality and sports Bill
cannot be surpassed. Q.D. 3, V. Pres. 4: Hi-Y
2, 3, 4: Architectural Club 1, 3: Football,
Freshman 1, Reserve 2, 3, Varsity 4: Basket-
ball, Reserve 3, Var. 4: Edelian Sports Editor
4: Sr. Prom Com.: Golf 3, 4.
BETTY JEAN FULTON: Betty plans to enter
the business world as a charming secretary.
Central Catholic High 1, 2: Zets 3, 4: Friend-
ship 4: Dramatics,Club 3, 4: Crystal 3, Service
Editor 4: Sr. Class Play Committee.
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ROSE ELLEN FOOR IRENE FOREST
.IIIvI FORSTER EDDIE FRANCIS
BETTY FRIEND 'LILLIAN FRIEND
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ROSEMARY FULTON: Vivacious and pert,
"Rosie" will make a perfect stenographer.
Friendship 4: G.A.A. 2.
JEANNE CAGE: What a graceful model
Jeanne will makel Peries 1, 2, 3, 4: Friendship
2: Dramatic Club 4: Majorette 2, 3, 4.
JIM GALBRAITH: This curly headed lad is oh,
so shy, but in football he is just the guy. Nat'l
Honor 4: Q. D. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Freshman
Football, Reserves 2, 3, Varsity 4: Track 3, 4:
Cowboy Roundup Com. 4.
BEVERLY CALL: May every opportunity await
her and every task reward her!
IRIS GANUN: She really enjoys writing to
Jim. Friendship 2, 4: Home Economics 1, 2,
Treas. 3, Pres. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
BETTIE GARBER: With Bettie's smart ways,
she's sure to find happiness. Jones Jr. 1.
PEARL GARN ER: Quite a business girl! Jones
Jr. High 1.
CLARENCE GARTZ: Persevering, courteous,
kind. Salutatorian: Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor
3, 4: Latin Honor 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Chaplain
2: Dramatic Club 3, V. Pres. 4: Classical
League 2, 4, Treas. 3: Jr. and Sr. Play Com.
BOB GATES: Ambitious and fun loving, Bob
will find adventure in the Navy. Nat'l Honor
3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
BETTY GAUTHIA: Some day an office will
appreciate her efficiency and goodness.
DONNA GERIC: She's very sweet and very
shy, but there's a roguish twinkle in her eye.
Peries 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2.
MILDRED GILLIAM: A pretty girl with eyes of
brown, she'll always be smiling when you're
around. Jones Jr. 1.
ELEANOR GILLIGAN: She's bound to a good
nurse with that pleasing smile. Friendship 2:
Home Economics Club 1, 2: Clee Club 2, 3.
MARGARET GOEDE: Earnest of manner,
kindly of word, Margaret will always be
worthy of trust. Robinson Jr. 1: Nat'I Honor
4: Friendship 3.
ELDON GOMOLL: Here we have a cheery lad,
always happy and never sad. Hi-Y 3, 4:
Alchemists 3. V
HOWARD GORDY: A musician he will be
someday. Jones Jr. 1.
BARBARA GOSDA: Soon after graduation her
answer will be, "I do!" Union High 1.
THOMAS GRADY: The Army's gain will be
ROSA GREENLEE: A beautiful home is her
dream! Robinson Jr. 1.
JOHN GRIGORE: A truer friend you couldn't
find: he certainly is just the right kind.
ROBERT GRICE: Join the Air Corps, Bob, and
then you'll travel.
BERNICE GUHL: "Bernie" is her nickname,
college is her aim.
MARY HAAS: The world of business is full of
opportunities for a girl like our splendid Mary.
JEAN HALL: How lovely Jean will look in a
Nurse Cadet uniform.
HAROLD HAMILTON: "To serve my country
will be my duty." French Club 1.
JOHN HAMILTON: His blue eyes certainly go
with his blond hair.
DON HANCOCK: The honor of our country
will be faithfully defended.
JUANITA HARTFORD: Nita's future is fully
planned. She is going to get married. Home
Ec. Club 1, 2.
DOROTHEA HARTMAN: Dottie is little, but
she's made a big place for herself here at
Libbey. Friendship 2: G.A.A. 2: Commercial
BILL HARTMAN: Skipper's time will be spent
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HOWARD GORDY BARBARA GOSDA THOMAS GRADY
ROSA GREENLEE JOHN GRIGORE BOB GRICE
BERNICE GUHL MARY HAAS JEAN HALL
HAROLD HAMILTON JOHN HAMILTON DON HANCOCK
JUANITA HARTFORD DOROTHEA HARTMAN BILL HARTMAN
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BOB HARTSFELD: His time is spent reading
JOYCE HAUSE: "How Sweet You Are."
Nat'l Honor 4: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2,
V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Jr. Play Committee: Jr.
Ring Committee: Cowboy Roundup Commit-
tee: Senior Class Sec.-Treas. 4..
NIELVIN HAYES: This fellow called 'LHayes"
is one of the best in many ways. Forum 4:
RITA HEARD: Rita looks lovely in her favorite
color, blue. '
ANN HELLER: A great big heart, blue eyes
beguiling, wherever she goes, she's always
smiling. Jones Jr. 1: Whitney Voc. 2: Peries 3,
Treas. 4: Nat'l Honor 4: Edelian Snapshot
ROBERT HELVOIGT: Uncle Sam has made
plans for Bob.
ROGER HENRY: Honest and sincere in every-
thing he does. Latin Honor Society 4: Nat'l
Honor 3, 4: Chess Club 4.
LOUISE HERWAT: Lou's career will be mar-
BOB HEYMAN: We'll let Bob's personality
speak for itself. Forum 2, 3, Treas. 4: Hi-Y 2,
3, 4: Dramatic Club 4.
INA BRUCE HIGHWARDEN: A girl with per-
sonality plus. Nat'l Honor Society 4: Friend-
ship 4. '
JOANNE HILL: We hope you find success in
the medical profession. Nat'l Honor 4: Biology
2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play Committee.
GERHARD HINDERER: Sports is his hobby.
VIRGINIA HOLTFRETER: This fine girl is al-
ways there, ready and willing to do her share.
Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship 2, 3: Home Ec. 1,
2, 3, 4.
LOIS HOLTZ: Lois will always be known for
her lovely smile and charming ways. Nat'l
Honor 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 2:
Commercial Club 2, 3, Sec. 4.
MARIAN HOPKINS: She's the best friend you
could find, always true and always kind.
Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4:
'W Jr. Play: Senior Play.
BOB HARTSFELD JOYCE HAUSE MELVIN HAYES
RITA HEARD ANN HELLER ROBERT HELVOIGT
ROGER HENRY LOUISE HERWAT BOB HEYIVIAN
INA HIGHWARDEN JOANNE HILL GERHARD HINDERER
VIRGINIA HOLTFRETER LOIS HOLTZ NIARIAN HOPKINS
JOYCE HUFF: Full of fun and mischief too,
to Libbey Joyce has been so true.
ARTHUR HUNTLEY: Arthur has made many
friends here and we wish him luck in the
BETTY HUTCHINSON: Sweet and petite,
and liked by all. Jones Jr. 1.
RUTH IGNASIAK: This friendly lady of re-
nown will never, never let you down. Robinson
MARY ISETTA: Not very tall, in fact, quite
small, but fair and kind, well liked by all.
Home Ec. 1, 2, 3: Projection Club 1, 2, 3:
EVELYN JACQUES: Mischief shines in her
bright eyes. Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 4: Dra-
matic Club 3, 4: Olee Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.A.
3: Jr. Play Com.
RICHARD JENNINGS: Football, basketball,
his car, and women too, yet Porky's an honor
student through and through. Nat'I Honor 3,
Serg't-at-Arms 4: Q.D. 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4:
Freshman Football, Reserve Football 2, Var-
sity 3, 4: Track 3: Cowboy Roundup Com.:
Jr. Sr. Prom Com. 3: Sr. Class Serg't-at-
CLARENCE JOHNSON: He wants to live up
to the customs of Navy men. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club 2, 3: Alchemists 3: Reserve
Football Manager 2, 3.
DORIS JOHNSON: She has winsome features
of face and form: her beautiful smile kept our
hearts warm. Robinson Jr. 1.
WILLARD JOHNSON: Just a playboy at heart.
Weston High 1, 2: Nat'l Honor 4: Spanish
Club 3, 4.
JANET KAHLER: Janet plans to go to college,
but the Navy may change that. Friendship
MARY KAUFMAN: She's somewhat timid in
her ways, knowing that good nature pays.
Maumee High 1, 2.
ROBERT KAVANAUGH: A marvelous dancer,
a super personality, and a wonderful guy in
the Navy. Forum 4: Sr. Class Play Com.
RICHARD KETEL: Drummer boy, yes, indeed!
Hi-Y 1, 2: Track 3, 4.
LEONARD KEVELDER: Always laughing with
never a frown: there's never a dull moment
when "Red's" around. Forum 3, 4.
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ARTHUR HUNTLEY BETTY HUTCHINSON
MARY ISETTA EVELYN JACQUES
CLARENCE JOHNSON DORIS JOHNSON
JANET KAHLER MARY KAUFMAN
RICHARD KETEL LEONARD KEVELDER
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ELAINE KNOCKS MARGARET koEPP EDWAQD kowALowskI
JERRY KRALL Bos KRAMER GENE KRANTZ
MERLE KRASNY JOHN kRoFT LEATRICE KRUEGER
GLORIA KULCZYNSKA DELORES KUNTZ FLORIAN KWAPICH
DOLORES KEYSER: Always happy, always
gay, always smiling every day. Maumee High
DON KLEIN: College will wait until he leaves
the U. S. Navy.
DORIS KNERR: Forever laughing and gay,
she wants to be a typist if she may.
ELAINE KNOCKS: Work or play, she always
makes it seem gay.
MARGARET KOEPP: A smile for all, a frown
for none. Robinson Jr. 1: Zets 2, 3, Chaplain
4: Friendship 2, 4: Nat'l Honor 4: Biology 2:
Alchemists V. Pres. 3: Roundup Com.: Sr.
EDWARD KOWALOWSKI: He's good at foot-
ball and that's not all. Football 3, 4: Track
Y KRALL: On the football field, in the
11, in girls' dreams too, Jerry is tops
with more than a few. Q.D. 2, 3, 4: Varsity
Football 3, Co-Captain 4: Varsity Track 3, 4.
ROBERT KRAMER: A true leader in every
way, and with the girls he does okay. Jones
Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 4:
Classical League 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball Reserves 2.
GENE KRANTZ: With his guitar he is always
a star. Hi-Y 3: Projection Club 2.
MERLE KRASNY: Here's a boy we all admire.
May he get his heart's desire.
ROBERT KRAUSE: Bob will make a fine
sailor. Football Mgr. 2, 3: Basketball Mgr. 2,
3: Baseball Mgr. 1: Bowling 1. fNot in illus-
JOHN KROFT: This is a man of the Navy.
LEATRICE KRUEGER: Laughing and gay, to
help she'll do what she may. Friendship 2, 3,
4: G.A.A. 1, 2.
GLORIA KULCZYNSKA: As a nurse "Blond-
ie's" patients will be first.
DELORES KUNTZ: ln studying pharmacy,
her goal will be nothing less than supremacy.
DeVilbiss 1: Friendship 4: Biology 2: G.A.A. 3.
FLORIAN KWAPICH: Service to his country is
MARCELLA LADA: Personality plus a daz-
zling smile. Home Ec. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
ANTOINETTE LANOSTER: One who will
rate first in being a nurse. Biology 3.
RICHARD LANGA: It is said that Red's hobby
is song writing. Robinson Jr. 1: Bowling 3, 4:
Crystal 3, 4.
EVELYN LARTER: With her creamy skin and
hair of brown Spook has really gone to town.
Friendship 2: O.A.A. 1.
DOLORES LEATHERMAN: Dolly needs only
paints and brushes to express her unique fash-
ion illustrations. Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4: French Club Treas. 3, V. Pres.
4: G.A.A. 1, 2: Lib 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Play Com.:
Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
JUNE LEE: She'll soothe the sick and make
them well. Jones Jr. 1: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Friend-
ship 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Com.
ROBERT LEE: He has joined the navy to see
the sea, and what a perfect sailor he'II be.
Jones Jr. 1 .
LEONARD LEECH: With rosy cheeks and
windblown hair, in bell bottom trousers
"Duke's" doing his share. Spanish Club 1:
Forum 3, 4.
BILL LEHR: Water, water everywhere, he'll
sail his ships to ports quite fair.
NAOMI LENTZ:'We're glad "Nomi" could be
at Libbey for one year at least. Lots of luck
to you. Rossford High 1, 2, 3: Journalism 4.
HERBERT LEITH: There is only one Herbie!
Forum 2, 3, 4.
MARY LEONHARDTi Blue-eyed Mary with
blond hair wants to help others know what
to wear. Friendship 3: Home Ec. Club 2, 3,
V. Pres. 4.
ARTHUR LESCZYNSKI: The Army has made
its way into his plans.
LARNELL LIGGENS: "Stretch" has his eyes
on the army when he graduates.
BETTY LOCKWOOD: Maybe our children will
have her for a teacher! Friendship 2: Biology
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JOSEPH LONG ROSEMARY LORENZEN VITO MACINO
ALLAN MAC RITCHIE PAUL MAGNO BOB MAHER
CHESTER MALACZEWSKI ROBERT MARCY DOROTHY MARTIN
MARY MCCONNELL HARRY MCCRUM PHYLLIS MCDERMOTT
REGGIE MCGEE LORETTA MCINTOSH WAYNE MQINTOSH
JOSEPH LONG: Solid and strong, he'll never
go wrong. Choir 4.
ROSEMARY LORENZEN: Off to college, to
further her knowledge. Holland High 1, 2:
Friendship 4: Home Ec. Club 2: Dramatics
Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Lib Staff 4: Band 1,
2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor 4.
VITO MACINO: He'll be a success in what-
' 'ever he may do.
ALLAN MAC RITCHIE: This fellow is mighty
shy, but he's the apple of everyone's eye.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor 4.
PAUL MAGNO: Jerry longs for the silver wings
of the Army Air Corps. U. S. Army.
ROBERT MAHER: In what ever he tries, Bob
will surely succeed. Woodward 1: Architec-
tural Club 2, 3: Basketball 3, 4.
CHESTER MALACZEWSKI: What a Marine
"Springy" will make. Robinson Jr. 1.
BOB MARCY: As an engineer he plans to
make the world smaller. Nat'l Honor 4.
DOROTHY MARTIN: She has gained many
friends at Libbey. Washington High 1, 2, 3.
MARY MCCONNELL: Her heart is taken!
Jones Jr. 1: Home Ec. Club 3, 4.
HARRY McCRUM: Writer, traveler, and ex-
plorer, too: when it comes to vocations Harry
has more than a few. Hi-Y 2.
PHYLLIS MCDERMOTT: In her smiling, talk-
ing way, "Phil" will brighten up your dullest
day. Phils 1, 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2: Dramatics
1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Play.
REGINALD MCGEE: Reggie's a boy with lots
of speed: throughout life's race he's bound to
succeed. Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4: Football 1: Track 3, 4.
LORETTA MCINTOSH: A true business head!
WAYNE MCINTOSH: In arguing, too, we all
admire his skill. Columbus High School .1, 2.
MARY McLAUGHLIN: This black-haired lassie
with eyes of brown is as popular as any other
girl in town.
MARGARET McLEAN: Sewing is her hobby,
but what she wants to do is make those long
distance call for you!
EDWARD McNEIL: First in football and al-
ways first in the hearts of his classmates!
Nat'l Honor 4: Q.D. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Band
1, 2: Basketball 1: Football 1, Reserves 2,
Varsity 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Jr. and Sr. Class Pres.
LA VERNE MENTZER: Throughout the years
many come and go, but this girl will be re-
membered by all, I know. Jones Jr. 1: Peries
3, 4: Nat'l Honor 4.
SHIRLEY MEYER: A stenographer she wants
to be: but we'll really have to wait and see!
Robinson Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 4.
DORIS MIERKA: Marriage will be her career!
Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 2: Commercial 2.
RICHARD MICHALSKI: A man of affairs, he
has many friends, too. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Bowling
3, Capt. 4.
VERA MILES: Morris Business College in At-
lanta, Ga., is her ambition.
BILL MILEY: "Sailing, Sailing!" That's his
hobby! Forum 3, 4: Swimming Team 3.
JIM MILLER: A friend in need is a friend in-
deed! Jones Jr. 1: Architects 3, Pres. 4.
PATRICIA MILLER: Her hair is candy, her
eyes are blue, and to the memory of Libbey
she'II always be true.
PHYLLIS MILLER: Office work has caught
her eye: she'Il earn plenty of money by and
by. Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA MOLINE: She skates through the
air. Jones Jr. 1.
TONY MOMSEN: With that flashing smile,
and eyes of blue, leave it to Tony, he'lI al-
ways come through. Nat'I Honor 4: Q.D. 3, 4:
Reserve Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Re-
serve Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4:
Track 3, 4.
GLORIA MOORE: With brains and knowledge,
she's all set for college. Sr. Class Historian:
Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4:
Dramatics Club 3, Treas. 4: Red Cross 2: Jr.
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TOM MOORE: As popular as he may be, he's
still to us the same old "Tee." Q.D. 2, 3,
Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, Res. 2, 3:
Football 1, Res. 2, Var. 3, 4.
DOROTHY MORRISON: Laughing and gay,
she will surely make her way. Friendship 2,
3, 4: Red Cross 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Crystal 4.
ROSEMARIE MUNDINC: Mimi's only five-
foot-four, but she has charm and ability ga-
lore. Nat'l Honor 4: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics
2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
MALCOLM MURPHY: To enter the Air Corps
is his ambition.
GORDON MURRAY: The nicest guy we know!
Forum 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Freshman Football
1, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4: Freshman Basket-
ball 1, Reserve 2, 3: Golf 2, 3, 4: Jr. Ring
WILLIAM MYERS: Oh, you dream Marine!
Projection Club 1, 2: Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
LYNN NEISWANDER: Lynn's musical ability
will put him in the spotlight. Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELYN NESS: In business school she'lI
achieve her goal. Home Ec. 1, 2, 3: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3.
LOIS NICHOLS: Hobbies, she has none, but
she has loads of fun.
DOROTHY NOCGLE: Sweeterthan the sweet-
est. That's our Dot. Jones Jr. 1: Phils 2, 3,
Senior Censor 4: Edelian Club Editor 4.
MARJORIE NORWOOD: Witty, capable, and
full of fun. Phils 1, 2, Censor 3, Chaplain 4:
Friendship Council Rep. 2, Recording Sec'y 3,
4: Deans' Aide 2: Edelian Senior Editor 4: Sr.
PHAYES NOYES: "Pudge" is loved by every-
one: her dancing ability is topped by none.
Jones Jr. 1: Peries 2, 3, V. Pres. 4: Com-
mercial Club 2, 3: Edelian Class Editor 4:
Senior Banquet Committee.
MARY ANN NUBER: She and her camera are
constant companions. Jones Jr. 1: G.A.A. 3.
VIRGINIA OATES: Swift fingers on the key-
board. Jones Jr. 1.
ELLEN O'HALLORAN: An Irish lass with a
heart full of dreams! Nat'l Honor 4: Zets 3,
Treas. 4: Friendship Council Rep. 2, 3, 4:
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4.
DICK OSBORN: What a Sinatra stand in.
JEROME O'SHEA: Here's one fellow who
doesn't shirk, his one ambition is Railroad
work. Central Catholic 1: Dramatics Club 4:
Choir 4: Senior Class Play.
PEGGY OSTER: A pretty secretary she will
be. Meadville High, Pennsylvania 1, 2.
ANGELINE PANOS: Angie's a friend of every-
one. Notre Dame 1, 2, 3: Peries 4.
EDDIE PARKER: His ambition is to wear bell-
bottom trousers for Uncle Sam. Jones Jr. 1.
MARY PARKER: A friendly word has Mary for
all. Zets 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4: Dramatics
4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Crystal 4.
BOB PARKS: His hobbies are girls and the
trumpet. Give him either and he's out of this
world. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 3, 4.
CHARLES PASCHAL: Charlie, where do you
get all that pep you have? Jones Jr. 1: Nat'I
Honor 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
LEO PERRY: If he can, it's college for Leo:
if not, it will be the Navy.
PATRICIA PERRY: She loves all sports, and
is a grand one herself. Jones Jr. 1: Friend-
BEN PERTCHECK: This lad someday, will
make history in the basketball world. Robin-
son Jr. High 1: Nat'l Honor 4.
BERNARD PHILABAUM: Easy going, friendly
Bernie likes us and we like him! Nat'l Honor
4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Prom
Com.: Senior Play. S
HELENE PHILLIPS: You'd never guess how
gay her spirit is! Jones Jr. 1: Alchemists 3.
VIRGINIA PIER: Ginny's a whiz on the dance
floor. Jones Jr. 1: Dramatics 2, 3, 4.
MARY PINCKNEY: Her piano is her hobby.
Robinson Jr. 1.
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TED PLEISS: The navy gains a radio tech-
nician. Projection 1, 2, 3, 4: V. Pres. 4:
Alchemist 3: Choir 4.
DON POENICKE: He's a farmer boy at heart
you know: he loves to reap and plant and sow.
Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4: Forum 2, 3, 4: Nat'I
Honor 4: Student Council 3, Pres. 4: Track
2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3: Cowboy Roundup
DON POMEROY: With hair so blond and eyes
so blue, Don will surely see life through.
EVELYN POMEROY: Nursing is Evelyn's
choice. We know she'll not be sorry. Jones
IVALO POMMERANZ: Her sweet smile and
friendly ways will bring Ivy success we're
sure. Friendship 2, Treas. 2: Biology Club 2,
4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
DOTTIE POWERS: Dottie will let fate de-
cide her future. Gulfpoint High, Gulfport,
Miss. 1: Zets 3, Serg't-at-Arms 4: Spanish
Club 4: Classical League 2.
MARJORIE POWERS: Here's a girl with lots
of pep: she always manages to keep in step.
WAYNE PRICE: This boy of great ability with
brush and paint will win his fame. Jones Jr. 1.
PAUL PRUETER: Great things come to great
people. Commencement Speaker: Latin Honor
2, Sec. Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Nat'l Honor 3, 4:
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3: Jr. Sr. Play
PATRICIA QUINN: In nurses training Pat will
cool many a fevered brow. St. Mary's Acad-
emy. Alexandria, Va. 1, 2: Biology Club 4.
DOROTHY RAHM: Dodie will be a stenogra-
pher: and a good one too, we're sure! Jones
PAUL.RAY: A very likable chap we admit: ca-
pable, loyal, and quick of wit. Jones Jr. 1.
SHIRLEY RAITZ: A success in whatever she
sets out to do. Jones Jr. 1: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
CARMA REAM: The road to success lies be-
fore her in the nursing profession.
GEORGE REHM: We hope the future will hold
many promising things for "Dick."
GLENNA REINLEIN: Lovely to look at: de-
lightful to know. Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 4:
Phils 2, 3, Corres. Sec. 4: Friendship 2, 4:
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Class Sec.-
Treas.: Jr. Sr. Prom Com.
PATRICIA REYNOLDS: Tall and stately, with
lots of charm: Pat will surely go far. Spanish
Club 2, Pres. 3: Friendship 2, 4: Lib 1, 2, 3, 4:
Edelian Senior Editor 4: Journalism 4: Choir
2, 3, 4.
MERLA RICKERT: Rickey will have a busi-
ness career. Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 4.
PAUL RIDENOUR: Oh, what a man! Elmore
1 , 2: Nat'l Honor 4: Forum 4: Classical League
4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Basketball Varsity 3, 4.
MELVIN RILL: He's going to serve our
KERRIS RITENOUR: Always laughing, al-
ways gay, Kerris will surely find her way.
Jones Jr. 1: G.A.A. 1.
CHRISTINE RITTER: "Chris" loves to draw
and sew. Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship 2, 4: Home
Economics 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Lib 3,
JOHN RIZZO: On our football field he was
really a star: on the battlefield he's sure to
EILEEN ROBINSON: Eileen is pretty, sweet
and lots of fun. Nat'l Honor 4: Zets 4: Friend-
ship 2, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Edelian Senior
DOROTHY ROE: A true friend.
SUZANNE ROGERS: Everybody knows and
loves Sue. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4: Friendship Re-
cording Sec. 2, 3.
LEONARD ROGALA: As a world correspond-
ent, he'lI tell us the news. Robinson Jr. 1:
BARBARA RUNYAN: Golden voice and danc-
ing feet: Barb really can't be beat. Peries 1,
2, 3, 4: Majorette 1, 2, 3: Nat'l Honor 4:
FRANK RYAN: Notre Dame is his aim. Archi-
tectural Club 2, 3, 4.
JO ANN RYLE: Any college would gladly wel-
come her. Jones Jr. 1: Latin Honor 2: Friend-
ship 2, 3: Classical League 2, 3.
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CHARLES SACKETT: Calm, capable, and in-
telligent too. Jones Jr. 1: Nat'l Honor 3, 4:
Hi-Y Treas. 1, 2, Chaplain 3, 4.
ANTOINETTE SACCUCCI: Oh, but you're a
great girl, Toni! Nat'l Honor 4: Zets 1, 2, 3,
Pres. 4: Friendship 2, Council Rep. 3, 4: Com-
mercial Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Senior
Class Play: Senior Announcement Committee.
PHILIP SAMSEY: To Westpoint he will go!
Sandusky 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Res. Football 3, Var-
TED SANDER: An engineer he hopes to be.
Woodville High School 1, 2.
JOHN SARCHIZ: Though in football and bas-
ketball he's made quite a name, to his friends
Johnny is still just the same. Q.D. ,,'2, 3, Serg't-
at-Arms 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Football 1, Reserves
2, Varsity 3, 4: Basketball 1, Reserves 2, Var-
sity 3, 4.
ALICE SARVER: The business world will re-
ceive her gladly.
ELAINE SAUTTER: Here's a snappy girl with
eyes of brown: at college she'll really go to
town. DeVilbiss 1: Phils 2, 3, Rec. Sec. 4:
Nat'I Honor 4: Friendship 4: Library 4: Cow-
boy Roundup Committee: Senior Play Com-
JEANNE SCHARER: An office worker, and a
good one she'll be. Robinson Jr.' 1: Zets 4:
Friendship 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4.
BETTY SCHIEHSL: She plans to be a cadet
nurse. Friendship 2: Biology Club 2,3: Classi-
cal League 3.
DOROTHY SCHIRR: We hope her future is
bright, whatever it may be. Nat'l Honor 4:
Friendship 2, Corresponding Sec'y 3: Spanish
Club 2: G.A.A. 1, 2. .
LAWRENCE SCHOENFELT: To obtain more
education is his ambition.
MAXINE SCHRAMM: Off to college with
brains galore, Maxine's one girl we'll all be
rooting for. Waite 1, 2: Friendship 3: Biology
JEAN SCHUDEL: An all around girl and full
of fun, Jean's a pal to everyone.
NORIVIA SCHULTZ: College she will take
with ease, with hard work and the aim to
please. Nat'l Honor 4.
ROSE SEITZ: Sweet and ever dependable.
Zets 1, 2, 3, Recording Sec'y 4: Friendship
2, 4: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club
4: Crystal 4: Sr. Play Committee.
CAROLYN SHANK: Carolyn has a fine am-
bition: she hopes to be a nurse. Friendship 2.
MALCOLM SHAW: Quiz kid of the Senior
Class. Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4: Nat'l Honor 3,
Pres. 4: Latin Honor 3, 4: Student Council 3,
4: Hi-Y 2, V. Pres. 3, 4: Classical League
2: Basketball 1: Football 2, 3: Track 3, 4:
Crystal 2, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4:
Jr. and Sr. Prom Committee 3.
CARMEN SIERRA: With personality plus,
l1ere's a girl we all can trust. Commercial
Club 2, 3.
JOHN SIMON: John will let fate decide his
ALTON SIMONDS: Si's ambition is to join
CLARENCE SMITH: We think that Tobias
would make a good boxer.
RICHARD SMITH: He would love to fight for
his country in the U. S. Navy. Forum 4.
JACQUELINE SMITH: Jackie's personality
will take her far. Phils 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4:
Home Ec. 2, 3, Sec. 4: Dramatics 2, 3, Pres.
4: Choir 1, 3, 4: Jr. Play: Senior Play: Nat'l
ROBERTA SMITH: Good luck in whatever
your future holds for you.
CARL SNIDER: We will always remember his
sincere friendship. Hi-Y 3, 4.
ALFRED SNIEQOWSKI: Poncho II not only
enjoys all sports, but also excels in them.
Robinson Jr. 1: Engineer 3: Bowling 3, 4:
JACQUELINE SNYDER: Jackie is a friend in-
deed: always around if you're in need. Class
Will: Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4:
Biology Club 2, 3, Sec. 4: Red Cross 2, 3:
Dramatics 3, 4: Jr. and Sr. Play Committee.
RALPH SNYDER: The Marines will be a cinch
JEAN SOLOMON: Always dressy, always
ROBERT SONCRANT: Oh, what a personal-
ity! Everybody likes Bob. Hi-Y 3, 4: Spanish
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CAROLYN SHANK MALCOLM SHAW
JOHN SIMON ALTON SIMONDS
DICK SMITH JACQUELINE SMITH
CARL SNIDER ALFRED SNIEGOWSKI
RALPH SNYDER JEAN MARIE SOLOMON
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MARY SPIROFF ORDELL STARKEY
SHIRLEY STEUSLOFF VIRGINIA STEVENS
ELTON STONER BETTY STRANCE
ARLENE SUTTON RITA SWARTZ
MARY JANE TARVER JIM TAYLOR
JUNE SOWRY: Another Angel of Mercy!
French Club 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 4.
MARY SPIROFF: A Navy Nurse some day!
Jones Jr. 1: Biology 2, 3, 4. '
ORDELL STARKEY: He has caused many to
stare: could it be his bright red hair?
CATHERINE STERZL: Charming and oh! so
sweet. Gibsonburg High 1: Zets 3, 4: Friend-
ship 4: Red Cross 2: Jr. Ring Committee.
SHIRLEY STEUSLOFF: Her sweet smile has
won her many friends! Projection Club 4:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA STEVENS: Always merry and full
of pep, our gal Ginny makes everyone step!
Jones Jr. 1: Whitney Voc. 2: Peries 3, Censor
4: Edelian Typist 4.
BONNIE STIPES: "We'll get by, as long as
we have you!" Jones Jr. 1: Phils 2, 3, 4:
Edelian Faculty Editor 4.
ELDON STONER: Brawn and energy really
make the man.
BETTY STRANCE: We hope Betty may soon
realize her dreams of traveling. Friendship
ELAINE SUNDAY: A cheerful girl and friendly
too: she'll always have a smile for you. Com-
mencement Speaker: Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Zets
2, 3, Censor 4: Friendship 2, 3, V. Pres. 4:
Biology 2, 3: Red Cross 2, Pres. 3.
ARLENE SUTTON: A Blond in blue.
RITA SWARTZ: In ice skating and swimming
she's tops! Maumee High 1, 2.
PEGGY SWITZER: California, here I come!
Friendship 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, Treas. 3, 4:
Roundup Committee 4.
MARY TARVER: Peaches is a southern belle
and her future, time will tell.
JAMES TAYL.OR: Napoleon was a small man:
maybe there's some hope for me. Dramatics
3, 4: Jr. Sr. Play. .
NORALEE TERRELL: "How many hearts
have you broken?" Edelian Editor-in-Chief 4:
Peries 2, 3, Pres. 4: Friendship 2, 3: Com-
mercial Club 2, 3, 4.
RUTH THOMAS: A girl that's always busy in
study. Nat'l Honor 3, 4: Friendship 4: Edelian
2, 3, Circulation Mgr. 4.
LOUISE THOMPSON: Friendly to all and
liked by all. Scott 1.
ROBERT THOMPSON: Always ready in his
own way, a gallant Marine he'll be some day.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Architectural Club 1 , 2, 3, Serg't-
MARILU THOMPSON: She'lI surely succeed
as a private secretary. Jones Jr. High 1:
Friendship 3: Commercial Club 3: Biology
BILL TOEPFER: As a basketball player he's
really neat! Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4.
HELENE TROST: To work in an office is her
ambition. Nat'l Honor 4: Friendship 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4.
JACK TRUMBULL: I love the life I lead.
GERALD ULRICH: Always happy, always gay,
the drums each day he loves to play. Fresh-
man Football 1: Reserve Football 2: Lib 3,
Assistant Ed. 4.
SHIRLEY VARTICE: Shirley will be a success
in any field she enters. Friendship 4.
EDWARD WAGONER: His thoughts are up in
the blue. Reserve Football 1, 2.
MADORA WAITE: In music Madora will find
her fame. Friendship 1: G.A.A. 2, Secretary 2.
,GEORGE WALBOLT: In football and in the
hearts of his classmates he's tops. Q.D. 3, 4:
Hi-Y 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2:
Jr. Play Committee.
GLORIA WALTERS: Gloria's aim is Nurses'
Training School. Jones Jr. 1: Friendship 3, 4:
Spanish 3, 4.
RAYMOND WARRICK: He will go far in that
lovable car. Macomber 2: Forum 3, Sec. 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Architectural 1: Basketball 1, 2:
Edelian Sports Editor 4: Senior Announce-
ment Committee. I
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CAROLYN WASHINGTON: She can dance
the hours away.
MARY WEBER: Mary's crown of glory is en-
vied by all. Zets 2, 3, 4: Friendship 2, 3, 4.
RUTH WEBER: To go to college is her aim:
this girl will surely rise to fame. Friendship
2, 3, 4: Home Ec. 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, 4: Sr. Play
ANN MARIE WEISS: Efficient, skillful, Ann
desires a commercial future.
HOBART WELSH: He plans to join the Navy.
Good luck "Hobey!" Hi-Y 4.
DORIS WENDT: An all around friend, liked
by all. Choir 3, 4.
MILDRED WHITFIELD: Collecting pictures is
her hobby. fNot in illustrationj
LOIS WIESE: If you want your hair beautiful,
Lois is the girl to see.
DORIS WILCOX: Libbey will lose a wonderful
singer. Friendship 2, 4: Commercial 2, 3, 4.
GENEVIEVE WILEY: You can usually see
Jenny at the skating rink. Friendship 2, 3, 4:
CHARLENE WILLEY: "Charlie" plans to work
in an office. Friendship 4: G.A.A. 3.
MADELINE WING: After graduating-A fine
job! Jones Jr. 1.
ROBERT WISBON: Handsome and tall, he will
long be remembered in Libbey's hall. Forum
2, 3, Serg't-at-Arms 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Classical
League 2, 3: Reserve Football 2, 3: Golf 2,
LAYTON WITTENBERG: His ability and will-
ingness will make him succeed. Nat'l Honor
3, 4: Hi-Y V. Pres. 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3:
Band 1, 2, 3.
RUTH WITTICH: For "Woody" it's on the col-
lege to learn a bit more knowledge.
MARILYN WOLFE: Her interest is a college
VIRGINIA WONNELL: In sports "Tuckie" is
more than luckie. Friendship 4: Commercial
Club 3: Choir 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2.
JAMES WOODS: This lad really never frowns.
Architectural 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4.
RAYMOND WYMER: He is always making
people gay. Nat'I Honor 4: Libbey Classical
League 3: Hi-Y 4.
JOANNE YUTZY: lt's Nurses Training for Jo,
and she'II like it better if she soon can go.
DeVilbiss 1: Friendship 3, 4: Libbey Classical
League 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP ZELLERS: Ever busy! He plans to
enter theater work. Aberdeen, Wash. 1: Hi-Y
3: Projection Club 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 3:
Jr. Sr. Play Committee.
DONALD ZIEGLER: He'lI sail the sea in ships.
MARVEL ZIEGLER: Marvel is first in all ac-
ELEANOR ZIETHLOW: Eleanor looks simply
charming in her favorite color red.
ARLENE ZIMMER: Likable and gay, Arleen
is sure to find her way. Fairview High 1, 2:
Friendship 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4.
CAROLYN ZIMMERMAN: Quiet and shy, but
so well liked. Friendship 2, 4: Senior Play
JO ANN ZIMMERMAN: Her cheerful smile
will bring joy to her patients. Burnham High
1: Friendship 4.
ALVIN ZOLLARS: He was made for sports
and women. Q.D. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1: Football
1, 2, 3: Track 1.
CHARLES BUTCKE: In future life we know
this boy will succeed.
JO ANN ZIMMERMAN
Life is a battle where each one
Must seek and hold his own.
He who would rise above the crowd
Must scale the heights alone.
This is the rule of life today as it has ever been. Parents, friends, and teachers can inspire
us, buoy up our courage. and add fuel to the flame of our ambition, but the material of which
success is made comes from within. We realize that this is a world where nothing is had for
nothing-that worthwhile rewards are the results of hard work and sacrifice. Lives of great
men all remind us that we too can win the battle of life and a place in history if we only will.
The world bestows its smiles on those who have the strength to win.
To our parents we owe a debt that words can never repay. They are the ones who guided us
in our infancy and started us on the road of life. We promise them that we will make the ideals
and principles which they taught us, the guides that will lead us to our destinies.
To the many teachers who aided us in our search for knowledge, we express our heartfelt
thanks. We are grateful for their help and for their interest in our welfare. We assure the
faculty that we will always try to justify their faith in us.
These are momentous times in which we live. The future of the world for generations to come
is being decided this very hour on the battlefields of Europe and on the islands of the Pacific.
Brave young men die to preserve their ideals and their way of life for others, for us. Can we
ignore the challenge of these heroes? Can we take lightly our grave duty to them? We must
plan and dream and work for a world cleansed of bitterness and hatred, a world of peace and
happiness. They died to purchase peace. We must live to preserve it, for ourselves and for
those who will follow us. Let it be in our time that men shall beat their swords into plowshares
and their spears into pruning hooks. -
Destiny beckons. We are no longer children to be protected by parents and teachers, but
young men and women ready to accept and to bear the responsibilities which the world will
thrust upon us. Trusting in God and in our own ability, we are going forth to meet the future.
We, the graduates of nineteen hundred and forty-five, are about to enter a new phase
in our lives. Some of us will continue on with our education, others deem it fitting to find an
occupation immediately: but whatever we do, it will indeed be a new experience for us. Nlay
God guide us in the road we choose to follow. The boys, who are graduating this year, will
probably serve in the armed forces before they are able to fulfill their dreams of the future,
but the outlook this year is much brighter than that of the several years previous to this time.
Our wish is that the class which graduates next year may have a future of peace to look
forward to. But before we set out into our new phase of life it is fitting that we pay respect
to all those people who have been a part of us.
We first pay tribute to our mothers and fathers who have been our guiding hand for the past
eighteen years. They have sacrificed much to give us an education. No gift that we can give
them can be considered a full payment for what they have done. lt is right that we should
continue to follow their teachings to show our appreciation for their devotion to us.
Next we pay tribute to Nlr. Williams and members of the faculty of Libbey High School. We
especially thank our Principal Mr. Williams for his teachings, not only educational but also
spiritual. His shining example has set a goal for which we should strive. We also thank the
members of the faculty for their educational guidance and their personal friendship, for they
have given more of themselves than they are required to do. May we show our appreciation
to them by making the best of ourselves in the field which we choose to follow.
Even though we look back ,on the past with happy memories, the time of our setting out has
arrived. We are ready to meet the future. Those of us who have enjoyed fame, praise, and
recognition here at Libbey, must not go into the world expecting the same response. We must
work hard to obtain our goals. We are leaving Libbey High School. lVlay God bless her and
keep her in our longing memories. '
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1-Sophomore Friendship girls are having a lot of fun cleaning the trophy case. 2-Jimmy Glanzman U.S.A.A.C. is mighty glad to
see our Aunt Gertrude. 3-The library workers assist Mrs. Kruse. 4-Dawn proudly displays the trophy presented to the library by
the Classical League. 5-The Edelian class work earnestly to produce the book on time. Marjorie, Pat, Patricia, Eileen and Raymie
are checking pictures. 6-Don, Kenny and Bill will have to push harder than that, won't they Jerry? 7-Does it shoot?
Margaret Billings, Josephine Cuttaia, Phyllis Hintz, Vivian Speweik, Rhoda Lehr, Jean Gors, Donna
Richards, Geraldine Feltman.
Joann Benedict, Alice Dominiak, Bernice Rogers, Rosemarie Sniegowski, Dolores Newton, Jane
Trumbull, Jean Baker, Agnes Kaiser.
Adeline Magno, Ruth Haase, Barbara Sowry, Joanne Krueger, Eleanor Rutkowski, Audrey Baker,
Shirley Miller, Thelma Frank, Glynna Mae Estes.
Joanne Zelt, June Birkenkamp, Vivian Watson, Zorka Dinoff, Ethel Miller, Pat Hawley, Theone
Gerst, Phyllis Kerstetter, Georgie Powers.
Bob Timbrook, David-Caldwell, Richard West, Donald Luettke, Melvin Stoudamire, LeRoy Walters,
Hillis McKenzie, Kick Piotraschke.
Rex Mock, Roy McClendon, Charles Gearhart, Paul Glanzman, Richard Yosses, Norman Surowiec,
Bob Meyer, Max Rothschild.
Bob Kaiser, Cliff Collins, Ben Kapela, Tom Powell, Eugene Hamilton, Charles Plumadore, Frank
Sherburne, Cecil Kyle, Kenneth Bray.
Clarence Harris, Lawrence Smith, James Gilsdorf, Victor Haddad, Douglas Arend, Ed Tappen,
Roland Brown, Russell Cui-tice, Raymond Gregory.
Edythe Weaver, Betty Geronimo, Doris Schnetzler, Nellie Atkinson, Kathryn Blackburn, Marilyn
Escl1edor, Donna Burtnett, Phyllis Artz.
Beverly Cole, Glenna Bently, Jeanne Rudow, Pat Cooper, Pat Stinehart, Dorothy Mae Smith, Lois
Cannon, Pat Clark.
Joanne Woeller, Jean Mackinby, Marvaline Remusat, Dolores Browning, Marilyn Trumpy, Connie
Harris, Betty Kimball, Shirley Hertzel, Phylis Keim.
Harriette Wilson, Nancy Chatham, Lois Lindau, Barbara Schneider, Marilyn Petrie, Elaine Rohloff,
Dolores Heller, Stella Kelley, Billie Jo Downey.
Tom Dion, Bill Brown,'Chuck Fall, Roland Ruch, Bob Kemper, Howard Henry, Melvin
Ray Meyer, Marty Karchner, Chuck Leck, Carl Kinker, Lloyd Chestnut, Ted Sipe, John Monetta,
Jack Taberner, Harold Palm, Robert Powers, Bud Aylor, Roy Lockwood, Kenneth Sperber, Richard
Gerlinger, Larry Kwiatkowski.
Robert Solarek, Frank Mensing, George Miley, Ralph Heuerman, Earl Rager, Paul Schmidt, James
Eddings, Doug Koder, Melvin Young.
Row I Betty Rahm, Ruth Hemsoth, Lucille Parson, Kathleen Sheehan, Evelyn Sankiewicz, Charlotte Sab-
lowski, June Rogers, Sue Alberte. '
Row Il Sally Korb, June Pier, Ann Snare, Mable Schnieder, Vernice Morgan, Marilyn Pittinger, Barbara
Whippen, Rose Sheehan.
Row Ill Erma Lee Lorentz, Carol Ruebush, Mary Lou Cothern, Noryne Morgan, Marilyn Myers, Dorothy
Benson, Margie Clay, Marion Papenfus, Dorothy Klein.
Row lV Margie Papke, Mary Kathryn Fink, Irene Long, Rita Bunck, Marguerita Parrish, Lois Zollner, Alice
Okonski, Dorothy Beckman, Mary Ellen Perry.
Bob Beach, Rodney Repass, Kenneth Martin, Herman Honeck, Jerry Carlton, Allan Reed, Willie
Wilgus, Mannister Wulff.
Jerome Joy, Clellan Rains, Paul Simons, Lester Roudebush, Frank Kitchen, Dick Zink, Jim Hipp,
Art Harvey, Martin Holtgrieve.
Lauren Reed, Lloyd Basil, Duane Kerwin, Bud Kerschbaum, Leo Campbell, Philip Greenberg, Jack
Berning, Bill Path, Jack Sweeney.
Russell Skinner, Bob Krueger, Richard Wessendorf, Dale Dennis, Edward La Beau, Ellis Baldwin,
Don Ramsdell, Eugene Conger, Bob Kaiser.
Ethel May Wiggins, Johnnie Mae White, Mary Garland, Pat Parker, Erleen Becker, Patsy Pore, Audrey
McRoplus, Helen Dryden, Pat Dunlap.
Evelyn Art, Mary Ann Werts, Helen Vanderhorst, Elizabeth Apostle, Dorothy Smith, Muyrl Taylor,
Wilma Emery, Donna Culver, Joanne Warnke.
Wilma Uerkwitz, Bette Yeager, Wilma Scheffert, Helen Shnir, Joan Errington, Joyce Whitney, Rita
Ann Ortman, Phyllis Ann Rosenberg, Eloise Hamlin, Shirley Chappealear.
Shirley Matteson, Delores Napierala, Jean Kasch, Mary Kolodzaike, Dorothy Lou Smith, Beverly
Gray, Irene Baum, Beverly Walters, Rita Ludwig. '
Jeanne Miles, Mary Lou Roberts, Marion Hoover, Mary Lubinski, Virginia Hayes, Helen Thompson,
Joanne Bennet, Ruth Zimmer.
Mary Lou Flowers, Marcene Fellhauer, Marty Jimison, Joanne Studer, Josephine Hawkins, Sylvia
Williams, Helen Lewis, Helen Brown. ,
Jane Snyder, Joanne Cooper, Dawn Vnuck, Winona Walbolt. Janet Watson, Dorothy Garber, May
Roadwiler, Leota Walters.
Gloria Adams, Ruth Pieper, Evelyn Kerns, Pat Walters, Letha Busick, Jean Zimmerman, Annetta
Faas, Marilyn Stafford, Marjorie Whitfield.
Doris Wood, Phyllis Reynolds, Dorothy Daine, Jackie Hess, Delores Bach, Barbara Klinksick. Pat Roth,
Lois Archambo, Ruth Biggs, Phyllis Bohnsack, Dolores Mallet, Barbara Kramer, Irene Laster, Lillian
Shade, Marilyn Moore.
Evelyne Labowitz, Elaine Harris, Jean Eldridge, Yvonne Dankert, Elda Cauffiel, Dorothy Keller,
Marilyn Schalitz, Alice Wilhelm, Marilyn Freitag. A
Doris Seibold, Virginia Weber, Marilyn Palmer, May Gustafson, Helen Reed, Stella Kelley, Mary Lou
Benington, Marilyn Schroeder, Jo Ann Cook.
Row I Richard Crwinner, Bill Krueger, John Eyre, Bob Beauch, Edwin Hill, Ted Wine, James Hennings,
Robert La Bine, Richard Herold.
Row ll Bill Osborne, Bernard Hower, Howard Searfoss, Don Stanbough, Paul Hart, Tom McConihay,
- Robert Harper, Jack Biebesheimer, Wallace Christner.
Row lll Bob Ewald, Jim Tice, Herb Loehrke, Jack Snyder, Bob Wonnell, Lyman Elliott, Ray Phillips, Jack
Kowalski, Bob Stoner.
Row IV Sam Ferris, Don Logan, Ramon Kennedy, Dick Stolz, Allen Root, Jim Keil, Leonard Leech, Bob
Schudel, Walter Goetting.
Alberta Bryant, Betty Lou James, Mary Lou Patterson, Mary Francis, Alberta Weaver, Norma Jean
Myers, Juanita Smith, Ruby Freeman.
Dorothea Murray, Betty Wotring, Carol Hill, Joan Howe, Beverly Earls, Charlene Rahm, Lois Wolffe,
Mary Lou Nusbaum.
Evelyn Rolee, Charlotte Deakin, Myrna Snyder, Margie Savage, Roseann Langenderfer, Shirley Carl,
Cordy Crook, Marilyn Fleming.
Phyllis Christman, Margaret Almandinger, Rhea Ritz, Dorothy Jennings, Beatrice Bailey, Verna
Shoecraft, Thessia Williams, Joyce Ann Gibson, Joan Byers.
Harold Weaver, George Beard, Raymond Wynn, Charles Klein, Don Conn, Gene Walker, Robert
Tommy Kelly, Lawrence Weinstock, Tom Konewka, Tom Griffith, Howard Trautwein, Neil Burns,
Dick Huffman, Louis Gaynor.
Herbert Crawford, Richard Koneczka, Bill Heater, Bill Fauble, Cliff Bishop, Duane Zielinski, Tom
Andrews, Elmer Gilbert, Bud Nagel.
Bob Masiker, Robert Mason, Bob Mowery, Harry Coleman, Roland Pohlman, Don Cox, Don Gray,
Ted Arend, Richard Klein.
Row I Barbara' Bigelow, Bonnie Lybarger, Joan Blankenhagen, Pat Cothern, Roberta Higgins, Yvonne
DuBois, Gladys Garland, Valree Moore.
Row ll Barbara Louthan, Betty Meyers, Martha Mountain, Lila Mae Kirsch, Vivian Schwind, Arlene Flory,
Norma Leaman, Joyce Luginbuhl, Bonnie Eversole.
Row lll Barbara Frank, Pat Findley, Lois Fralich, Carolyn Fuerst, Shirley Breitner, Betty Sue Lamb, Catherine
Frazier, Dolores Bunch, Mary Hirschy. U A
Row IV Margaret Gilligan, Cherry Frost, Margie Leitner, Jacky Blanchong, Alice Ingle, Carmen Gerig,
Virginia Devers, Nancy Henricks, Marilyn Arner.
Row I Paul Shurtz, Don Eberhard, Bill Miller, Eugene Gendaszek, Norbert Paluch, Johnny Fleck, Richard
Leggett, Bill Blaker.
Row ll Pete Ruble, James Dudley, Jim Baron, Bob Kujda, Paul Bricker, Frank Grochowski, James Robb,
Row Ill Harold Mucci, Jim Hedges, Jim Cardwell, Robert Ratajczak, Paul Yutzy, Gerald Moore,Jack Brazeau,
Row IV Don Lee, Franklin Rowe, Jim Fenner, Clark Bourgeois, Donald Dick, Jack Gehm, Gene Steiner, Carl
Schultz, Dave Musgrave.
Virginia Barnhiser, Theone Adams, Virginia Macias, JoAnn Beck, Marie Doley, Helen Ellerman, Mary
Christy, Doris Amstutz.
Kathryn Mahl, Maribelle Bennett, Lois Hartman, Joanne Bunge, Doris Hubaker, Lucy Cremean, Mary
Lou Dussel, Joan Bache, June Murphy.
Phyllis Ferguson, Catherine Boyer, Lois Marquardt, Mary Peth, Romona Leggett, Sheldon Baldwin,
Annette Black, Sylvia Bowes, LaDonna Howe.
Shirley Bevens, Nancy Glew, Pat Angell, Patsy Cairl, Marjorie Feltz, Virginia Cox, Elizabeth McClel-
land, Johnnie Mae Brooks, Gloria James.
Donald Raszka, Ray Albrecht, Robert Best, Charles Dennis, Gerald Palmer, Don Harrison, Robert
Verden, Joseph Stader.
Leonard Cole, Richard Siefent, James Spychala, William Harris, Charles Loehrke, Norman Nowak,
Richard Tomaszewski, Bill Holden.
George Wilczynski, Willard McCall, Paul Kaufman, Thomas Schoettley, Melvin Janowiecki, Henry
Wenzel, Rubelle Ashley, Bill Trost.
Carl Pietrykowski, Dave Strance, William Stoner, Eugene Hojnacki, Don Palenski, Claude McNeely,
Cloyce Clark, Dick Palmer, Frank Holub.
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Row I Lois Shanteau, Patricia Zychowicz, Bernadine Torazinski, Tommie Reese, Delores Robinson, Carolyn
Walters, Mary Jane White, Isabelle Williams.
Row II Margaret Swartz, Geraldine Paulson, Dolores Parsons, Joan Rosendaul, Norma Young, Nina Wittich,
Row Ill Barbara Russell, FranceIla'Williams, Mary Louise Stokes, Jean Winkle, Mary Thomas, Donna White-
man, Joan Zerucha. f
Row IV Dorothy Wilson, Lillian Thomas, Geraldine Weatherly, Mary Helen Seideman, Norma Ream, Lucille
Zinser, Katherine Whitten, Pauline Weaver.
Robert Hendricks, William Leonhardt, George Gors, Paul Raitz, Harold Pahlman, Bill Huntsman,
Emerson Ballard, Charles Gibson, Lucius Allison.
Bill Thorpe, Jim Keyelder, Wilford Globensky, Fred Scharp, Frankie Gregory, Eugene English, James
Turner, William Kincade.
Jay Perkins, Don Gray, Donald Tusynski, Raymond Mehling, George Foster, Fred Blanchard, Richard
Goodwin, Bud Wenzel. ,
Edward Zaracki, Danny Rodgers, Bernard Thobe, Leroy Cranon, Les Houston, Bob Papenfus, Bob
Hasselschwert, Jack Trumpy.
Aileen Harrison, Norma LaMont, Donna Little, Lois Anne Knitt, Beverly Knitt, Beverly Kelb, Shirley
Donna Lou Huff, Dolores Hohenstein, Ruth Morris, Betty Callahan, Betty Lindhurst, Ruth Cousino,
Ramona Salzwedel, Donna Schutt, Doris Harris, Jeannine Siegel, Christine Estridge, Harriett Grimes,
Esther Dixon, Iris Fuqua.
Nellie Steger, Pat Soboleski, Mary Stevenson, Pat Path, Carol Vartice, Doris Newton, Emma Wyatt,
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Robert Fuller, John Waller, Robert Wallade, Paul Haas, John Szymanski, Tom Schriner, Jim
Gladieux, Jack Overly.
Keefe Snyder, Don McDermott, Harold Klempner, Wendell Hall, George Bramlett, Dan Kazmaier,
Thomas Lasko, Earl Schnetzler.
Jim Weibler, Wayne Schmidt, John Rohen, Bill Whitaker, Walter McNeely, Vergil Dixon, Roland
Leaman, Marvin Saccucci. l
Glenn Bowsher, Dick Delaney, Kenneth Skiver, Ted Bowers, Tom Coulter, Robert Momsen, Eugene
Sund, Robert Thomas.
Rowl Carolyn Pizza, Dorothy Will, 'Marilyn Ness, Helen Revill, Doris Stone, Doris Wilson, Arlene
Row ll Phyllis Wodrich, Lois Tussing, Jackie Winn, Frederica Schmous, Donna Walker, Madelyn Young,
Betty Zanter, Arletta Ness.
Row lll Shirley Teall, Pat Wiedersatz, Avis Weaver, Bea Rogers, Genevieve Noble, Joanne Winkleman, Nancy
Shoemaker, Shirley Sielschott.
Row lV Irma Sierra, Leona Riebe, Joan Starkey, Barbara Stone, Rita Zeiler, Nora Jean Quinn, Mary Stophlet,
Rosa Louise Van Dorp, Betty Studer.
Row I Bill Grohowski, Bill Straub, RichardwBaginski, Donald Ganss, Tom Toska, Herman Tucker, James
Britton, James Gaines.
Row Il Richard Zbierajewski, Richard Jacobs, Duke Balcerzak, Harold Rogers, Bob Stanton, Corkey
- Neitling, Ray Cloyne, Tom Lorenz.
Row lll Richard Miller, Ronald Nieft, Max Save, Bob Simpson, John Morris, Tex Carman, Jerry Manz,
Row IV Sigmund Geremski, Glen Sauer, Red Taberner, Robert Schell, David Wandtke, Frank Dungan, Bob
Foltz, Bob Sitzenstock, Bob Keholm.
Wilma Diegelman, Mary Jane Hess, Doris Gockerman, Bonita Dilbone, Dixie Meek, Jean Lowrie,
Melvina Doak, Virginia Niese.
Rita Jagodzinski, Corlene Bohnert, LaVerne Gosdo, Peggy Eichelberger, Norma Dolbie, Wilma Heil,
Theresa Fisher, Kathleen Marry.
Marylin Dannenberger, Pat Foley, Jane Seitz, Beatrice McCloud, Carol Goede, Rita Domowicz,
Marion Golus, Esther Mrozowski, Leona Davenporte, Dorothy Anderson.
Phyllis Corrill, Bernadine Krall, Lenore Jones, Rita Ciaciuch, Marie Howell, Phyllis Damschroder,
Barbara Haye, Jacquelyn Bremer, Shirley Harley.
Bernard Kiefer, Donald Brockheimer, Kenneth Martin, Richard Dandino, James Jaquette, Arthur
Osborn, Donald Bracht, Jim VanderHorst, Bill Lewinski.
James Moore, Daniel Mead, Donald Kehr, Robert.Noethen, George Hamilton, Walter Boggs, Richard
Humphreys, William Beatty, Thomas Rigney.
Dick Nadolny, Russel Crossman, Bill Weit, Forest Branyan, Bob Coffey, Don Ramsey, Jim Aufder-
heide, Owen Lowe, Robert Heaton.
Bud Wing, Carl Phalen, Tex Textor, Tom Schwanbeck, William L. Duke, Jack Ellis, Clarence
Cavanaugh, Ross Smith, James O'ConnelI.
Lois Kaufman, Lula Mahoney, Irene Fisher, Nancy Lee, Joan Helms, Wanda Beehler, Louise Meyers
Darlene Coger, Shirley Hochmuth, Georgene McClain, Donna Hehl, Nanette Linder, Joyce Allison
Bernice Behrens, Rita Kwiatkowska,
Bessie Myrice, Marilyn Bracht, Jean Linenkugel, Carolyn Dzingleski, Juanita Creps, Patricia Dolley
Geraldine Ammann, Rite Czerniak, Charline Miller.
Josephine Mocniak, Delphine Mocniak, Virginia Jones, Donna Gable, Beatrice Deline, Lois Kachen-
miester, Loretta Jachimiak, Lois Longberry, Joan Mocniak.
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Terry Szczepanski, Richard Thayer, Gabriel Zielinski, Kenneth Pfaff, Phillip Braun, Don Corrigan
Paul Kurth, Bernard Wodarski.
Jack Bernard, Earl Laishley, Arthur Wodarski, Maynard Dannenberger, Johnny Doriot, Paul Chamber-
lain, John Baken, William Colquhoun.
Roy Wolffe, Harold Clark, John Adams, Bob Latimer, Bruce Bashore, Ernie Heller, Harold Lindsey
Theodore Hampton, James Tarrent.
Jack Tanalski, George Tolles, Paul Katz, Virgil Welber, Robert Hood, Bob Ball, Charles Stuart,
Grady Adger, Theodore Wilson.
Pat Maiers, Caryol McLargin, Pat Brach, Nancy Braithwaite, Joan Koch, Lavonne Hemminger,
Kathleen Flaherty, June Flowers, Joanne Cook.
Dorothy Foster, Martha Anderson, Gladys Mollison, Mary Forrest, Lillie Mae Adger, Lorina Acker,
Willie Mae Duhart, Lillie Garner. '
Doris Ruth McCarland. Patte McDonald, Doris Barnes, Georgia Hite, Mary Ann Bernritter, Marian
Klosterhaus, Patricia Kohler, Doris Baker.
Donna Greene, Gloria Ellis, Shirley Kells, Charlotte Brockway, Mary Culver, Phyllis Fraszewski,
Clarice McHenry, Phyllis Camp, Mildred Le Bowsky.
Row I Sarah Parker, Peggy Jo Shannon, Dawn Voelzow, Jo Anne Pete, Clydabelle Padgett, Shirley
Row II Joan Staup, Leona Mae Winters, Linda Wilgus, Patti Wandel, Rose Mary Rominski, Rose Popiela,
Rose Mary Olszewska.
Row Ill Mildred Baker, Jacqueline English, Yvonne Sandys, Dolores Nagucki, Dolores Peoples, Essie
Penamon, Alma Washington, Vivian Wynn.
Row IV Iantha Mae Garner, Lorie Henry, Mildred Stokes, Marjorie Suddath, Joyce Roper, Dona Orns,
Mildred Pomeroy, Alcena Wittenburg.
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Row l Donna Luettke, Ruth Wohlforth, Joanna Stein, Nancy DeBrock, Shirley Ufer, Paulyne Morgan, Nancy
Klueter, Nancy Yutzy.
Row ll Barbara Campbell, Phyllis Martin, Virginia Driver, Lois Pasch, Dorothy Lathrop, Lois Black, Lillian
Pacholski, Joanne Good.
Row lll Yvonne Prior, Dorothy Schudel, Shirley Sype, Roberta Eldrege, Lita Andrzyewski, Virginia Kowa-
linska, Joanne Santelli, Lois Ann Eden, Jean Benson.
Row IV Virginia Allmon, Suzanne Sears, Mary Beir, Joanne Ruth, Mary Katherine Katz, Reva Apger,
Virginia Cleary, Esther Nowak, Naomi Belk.
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Kenneth Kramp, Eddie Ellwood, John Chmielewski, Joseph Podbielniak, Edward Dukeshire, Glenn
Irwin, Leonard Herwat, Gene Montz. -
Roger Smith, Ronny Bowman, Richard Bade, Gerald Brazeau, Bill Walter, Donald Becker, Jack
Curtis, Richard Bartell. '
Bob Peters, Richard Lee, Billie McLuckie, Kenneth Hartman, Fred Basinger, Bill Place, Herral Long,
Robert Coleman. '
Homer Gilbert, Dale Dick, Donald Davey, Robert Dubell, Floyd Yunker, Donald Wessendorf, Ray
Gaseniak, Charles Bourquin.
Eileen Saborski, Florine Barlow, Lucille Nowicki, Gwendolyn Zoll, Barbara Fretz, Alice Janicki, Jean
Elliott, Joyce Ann Cousino.
Virginia Lipp, Virginia Wagner, Betty Lou Parson, Pat Hartenfeld, Betty Williamson, Virginia Peters,
Peggy Rice, Bette Sue Benson. -
Jennie Lou Huls, Mary Lou Bellingham, Marilyn Mallett, Onalee Remusat, Agnes O'Hara, Helen
Leaman, Anne Leppert, Jeanne Stewart.
Barbara Ruch, Barbara Bunting, Lois Seibold, Carol Ann Cousino, Mary Lehsten, Bonnie Gene
Krauss, JoAnn Besisie, Joyce Oakes, Barbara Emerson.
John Garling, Donald Double, Don.Fader, Richard Veitch, Steve.Urzykowski, Lyle Hooper, Jack
Jim Finch, Don Werner. Tom Zollars, Joe Schmuhl, Norman Harvey, Robert Bensch, Robert
Don Bodi, Leo Poenicke, Gerald Momsen, Edwin McCurdy, Carl Johns, Paul Phillips, Wayne
Walter Niezgoda, John Earlywine, Richard Walter, Don Cosgrove, Robert Ryan, Leonard Gooch, Harry
Broadway, Jerry Lorenzen.
Lois Sellers, Joan Mauss, Jean Hauri, Dolores Wagner, Shirley Frank, Donna Huepenbecker, Cora Lee
Meyers, Beverly Snyder, Nancy Strong.
Donna Langel, Dolores Layman, Zoe Ann Salsberry, Patricia Wysong, Bernadine Kazmierczak, Lois
Leffel, Mary Kroft, Mary Campbell, Eleanor'Speweik.
Betty Budzinski, Theresa Wolniewicz, Janet Miller, Agatha Bruno, Betty Holtgrieve, DeEtte
McKinstry, Kathryn Parlette, Joan Snyder, Barbara Ruch.
Martha Glanzman, Rita Matuscynski, Dorothy Ridge, Virginia Payne, Norma Jean Ruly, Mary
Okupniak, Elaine Jeakle, Donna Pheils, Rita Bagrowski.
Donald Draheim, Dick Martin, Gilbert Fox, Loren Tobin, Clifford Kujawa, Robert Paluch, Charles
Glenn Wenz, Ralph Diefenbach, Daniel Durham, Leonard Steinmiller, William Reynolds, Ernest
Robarge, Robert Wheeler.
Jack Osborn, Joe Knapik, Donald Klein, Jim Rowe, Albert Sawyer, Donald Noethen, Clarence
Asmus, Jack Crooks.
Richard Young, Tom Rogers, Roy Sterrett, William Hall, Frank Gwozdz, Donald Diefenbach. John
Harrold, Donald Grey.
Doris Leslie, Esther Whitt, Helen De Lores, Jean Kasten, Mary Jane Cuttaia, Helen Jean Hauser,
Lola Martens, Nancy Stilke.
Delores Pollock, Marilyn Collins, JoAnn Martin, Mary Ann Hamann, Frances Vorderburg, Shirley
Strong, Lola Johnston, Gloria Bunge.
Sally Vanyo, Bonnie Woolf, Jeanne Terrell, Sylviann Taylor, Dorothy Suhr, Nancy Petsch, Ruby
Meredith, Margaret Struble, Mary Wenzel.
Jackie Redman, Donna Weidman, Jacqueline Hugh, Shirley Toland, Eileen Livingston, Sara Jane
Wisbon, Marian Pindoley, Judy Shunk, Bonnie Krauss.
Earnest Ray, Roe Kitchen, Bob Riddle, Jim Burk, Louis Haas, John Huff, Frank Kobee, Joe Heer,
James Hedford, Melvin Luettke, Jack Edwards, Joe Fosbender, Jim Stambaugh, Jack Wainwright,
Dick Fellhauer, Ralph Whaley, Richard Wulff, Rier Smith, Jim Watson, William Knepper, Stanley
Stewart, Gerald Reiter.
Donald Will, Thomas Zawodni, Donald Proudfoot, James Wilkinson, Tom Rees, Kenneth Rill, Milton
Miggett, Leroy Kroggel, Frank Bodenmiller.
Row I Mary Ann Karamol, Winifred Feeney, Marie Bridge, Arletta Ledyard, Ruth Elaine Reichardt, Betty
Wood, Louise Hoecherl, Pattie Dienst, Betty Howard.
Row Il Joan Michalak, Dolores Przybylski, Donna McCurdy, Ruth Lajiness, Lena Diterlizzi, Rita Dominique,
Carole Collins, Phyllis Klostermeier, Lois Howe.
Row Ill Margie Heringhausen, Ruth Schreiber, Lois Weber, Charlotte Eikost, Shirley Jay, Hazel Caughhorn,
Carol Nelson, Betty Ann Gilts, Patricia Krall.
Row IV Rose Marie Walczak, Sylvia Zielinski, Helen Ritter, Jackie Mangas, Phyllis McCluggage, Delores
Domm, Joyce Ashby, Adeline Hejnicki, Gloria Pizza.
Walter Kohler, Bob Gillette, Ford Cauffiel, Fred Grossman, Harold Erdmann, Baldwin Yeager, Ken-
neth Ferguson, Alfred Koebrich.
Larry Coy, Donald Dickes, Kenney Baker, Bill Heltebrake, John Kirkpatrick, Clifford Brimmer,
Donald Smith, Dick Dunham.
Robert Leon, Vernon Fauble, Leonard Cornett, Roland Krabill, Jim Brown, Arthur Johnson,
Harry Michalak, Edward Kury, Carlton Heckrotte, Merle Graser, James Revett, Harold Banner, Jack
Patterson, Joseph Goatley.
Esther Muszynski, Betty Pittenger, Pat Patrick, Rita Dembowski, Esther Matuszynski, Barbara
Norris, Mary Duenas, Ruth LaBeau, Catherine Gray.
Lucille Baker, Lillian Ziethlow, Betty Bauman, Lois Goal, Betty Meek, Eileen Marggraf, Betty
Levans, Joan Schultz, Alice Sniadecki.
Marilyn Royer, Isabella Kazmaier, Patricia Ann Courtad, Frances Harris, Dolores Koehler, LaVern
Cole, Joan Hein, Bernice Skarpetowski, Lois Schmidt.
Rosemary Romeo, Helen Marenkau, Beryle Dunlap, Ruthann Lockwood, Marilyn Heuerman, Shirley
Hutton, Dorothy VanderHorst, Anna Ramsdell, Shirley Putbrese.
Richard Malecki, Gene Marciniak, Donald Nichalski, Richard Gazybowski, Paul Taft, Albert Mcllrath,
Richard Bok, Frank Marczak.
Eugene Kaus, Robert Schultz, Gerald Burkhard, Richard Matuszewski, Edward Schriner, Paul
Hoffman, Harry Vaughan, Steve Trye.
Stanley Knapik, Donald Supinski, Donald Swanson, Jack McNary, Joe Tucholski, Leonard Mierze-
jewski, Edward Koralewski, Francis Sniadecki.
Jack Pistilli, Edward Moser, Bob Schiehsl, Robert Priest, Patrick McLaughlin, Jerry Huebner, Richard
Adamski, Richard Heuerman.
Row I-Phayes Noyes, Ann Heller, Barbara Cox, Jeanne Clark, Pat Chambers, Martha Jimison, Sue Alberte, Wilma Scheffert,
Gerry Feltman. Row ll-Ruth Thomas, Elaine Ehrenfried, Eileen Robinson, Noralee Terrell, Miss Dusha, Miss Payne, Bonnie
Stipes, Gerry Campbell, Dorothy Brown. Row lll-Bill Fuerst, Kenneth Ramsdell, Ray Warrick, Virginia Stevens, Elaine Fenner,
Mr. Martin, Pat Reynolds, Dorothy Noggle, Elaine Drury, Marjorie Norwood.
Pro'of, copy, cuts, plates, ideas, and long hours of hard work-results? The Edelian. lt has grown from the
questionnaires circulated among the seniors and the subscription drives to the crude stages of the dummy, and
at last to the unique finished product. Through this growth of progress many alterations were made to meet
the ever-changing circumstances of the present day, but here it is. Your Edelian, a treasured reminder of the
many happy hours spent at Libbey. The Edelian staff has employed themselves not only in bringing to view
the year's bustling activities, but also in presenting to some Libbeyites a memorial.
Directing the financial department of the Edelian was Mr. Martin, who had many workers. Those assisting
him have busied themselves throughout the year making ready for the actual completion of the book. Elaine
Ehrenfried, as advertising, manager, scrurried about collecting ads and taking subscriptions, while circulation
manager, Ruth Thomas, attended to circulating the Edelian among the eager faculty and student body. Others
in this group kept records, and took payments. lf you've heard "Hold it please!!-Thank you!" it was just Miss
Gertrude Payne popping up from nowhere anxious to obtain snapshots of all that was going on. Her pictures
are included in the sports section as well as on the snapshot pages.
To the editorial department fell the responsibility of building the complete annual. Though many worked
in this department they managed themselves very nicely and in a harmonious fashion. Each person was assigned
to a definite portion of the book, yet all were obliging to each other at all times. Planning and organizing of the
book was very efficiently done by Editor-in-chief, Noralee Terrell, and Associate editor, Bill Aufderheide.
Virginia Stevens was in charge of typing copy. Senior editors were Margie Norwood, Pat Reynolds, and Eileen
Robinson, while the classes were contrived by Class editors Dorothy Brown and Phayes Noyes. Dorothy Noggle,
Gerry Campbell, and Elaine Drury, as Club editors, interviewed many advisers and officers to get information
concerning the organization. Faculty editors, who did a most complete and thorough job, were Bonnie Stipes,
Jeanne Clark, and Barbara Cox. Covering the sports very closely were Sports editors Ray Warrick and Bill
Fuerst. ln order that the book might be filled with pictures of scenes familiar to all of us the Snapshot editors
Ann Heller and Pat Chambers worked hand-in-hand with Miss Payne.
Advising and directing the Edelian staff in their fine work was the able and conscientious Miss Ruth Dusha.
Without the guidance and influence of our Principal Harold E. Williams, the book would have been impossible.
Row I-Phyllis Keim, Pat Clark, Rosemary Lorenzo, Myrna Snyder, Margie Clay, Barbara Schneider, Ellen 0'HalIoran, Rose
Seitz, Dorothy Morrison, Mary Parker, Glenna Bently, Betty Rahm. Row II-Pat Findley, Bea Rodgers, Naomi Lentz, Nancy
Chatham, Pat Reynolds, Miss Gerdes, Pat Dunlap, Bette Fulton, Ellen Covode, Aleta Dunlap, Nina Wittich, Miss Payne. Row lll-
Paul Allen, Dick Langa, Jim Farber, Melvin Hayes, Ray Wymer, Dick Smith, Leonard Rogala, Malcolm Shaw, Dick Huffman,
What is the quickest and most interesting way of learning the news of Libbey High School? Why, by
buying a Crystal, of course. The students have long since realized this fact, and the papers are quickly sold on
the days they are distributed. Besides furnishing items of interest to the students here at school, each issue of
the Crystal is sent to Libbey graduates now in service. Of each edition there are about two hundred copies
sent to boys stationed in all parts of the world. Proof that the boys appreciate this service is found in the many
letters of thanks received by the advisers, Miss Florence Gerdes and Miss Gertrude Payne.
Together with the advisers, the staff includes the following members: Malcolm Shaw, Editor-in-Chief: Paul
Allen, Assistant Editor: Ray Wymer and Dick Huffman, Sports Editors: Dick Langa, Circulation Editor: Betty
Rahm, Margie Clay, and Myrna Snyder, News Editors: Betty Fulton and Aleta Dunlap, Service Editors: Rose
Seitz and Ellen O'Halloran, Advertising: Mary Parker and Dorothy Morrison, Exchange and Typing: Ellen
Covode, Art Editor. About the middle of the school year, it became evident that in order to continue publishing
the Crystal, the price would have to be raised from five to ten cents per copy. Although the price was changed
those who held activities tickets were still able to get their regular issues.
Along with the usual publications, the Journalism class was responsible for one issue and the seniors on the
Crystal staff, as is their usual custom, printed a senior paper as the last one of the year. The Crystal staff owes
much both to Miss Gerdes, who is literary adviser and to Miss Payne, the snapshot adviser. Although there was
a serious shortage of film, Miss Payne was able to furnish the Crystal with many fine pictures. ln one issue,
the picture page was devoted to former Libbey boys in service and it was through the efforts of Miss Payne
that the staff was able to obtain these pictures. The Crystal class also appreciates the help of Mr. Williams,
who furnished so much of the service news found in the paper. After the papers were printed, the Journalism
class was responsible for addressing the envelopes and folding the Crystals for the boys in service. ln May, the
Crystal and Journalism classes held their annual banquet at the Allen Tea House to celebrate another fine
year of work.
Row l-Ann Heller, Jeanne Clark, Sue Cony, Jacquelyn Snyder, Merla Rickert, Renza Clark, Carrol Hill, Dorothy Schirr, Elaine
Sautter, Jean Carmean. Row II-Jackie Smith, Doris Brouse, Elaine Rohloff, Marilyn Meyer, Lois Holtz, Audrey McRopIus,
Kathleen Sheehan, Helene Frost, Ruth Thomas, Ina Highwarden, Virginia Holtfreter. Row Ill-Layton Wittenburg, Charles
Paschal, Malcolm Shaw, Bob Gates, Jim Gailbraith, Tony Momsen, Don Black, Dick Jennings, Roger Henry, Don Poenicke.
The privilege of attaining membership in the National Honor Society is reserved for juniors and seniors only.
A junior must rank in the first fifteenth of his class before he may be considered for membership: senior mem-
bers are chosen from the upper third of their class. The qualifying students are voted upon by members of the
faculty. Four fundamental characteristics are considered in this voting: namely, the appIicant's scholastic record,
his ability as a leader, the tendencies of his character traits, and his service to the school, to others, and to
himself. Scholarship, leadership, character, and service-these "four great dimensions of life," as classified at
the induction ceremonies, are ever kept in view by National Honor members as qualities meant to inspire, to
guide, and to lead them to greater heights.
To a student in Libbey High School, the supreme honor, the loftiest attainment, the ultimate reward for
all-around excellence is election to membership in the National Honor Society. This year fifty seniors and
twenty-one juniors were deemed worthy of this distinction. Since twenty-three other seniors had been inducted
in their junior year, the organization in its entirety boasted a membership of ninety-four select students.
National Honor students may use their membership cards as permanent hall permits, a privilege reserved solely
for members of this organization. ln the State Scholarship tests, which were taken this year by the top 6000
seniors in Ohio, Libbey National Honor members made a creditable showing. Willard Johnson ranked third in
the district and others received honorable mention.
Each semester a program was sponsored by the society to raise money. At commencement this money was
given to deserving seniors in the form of college scholarships. The first program was held December 12. At this
time, Beilharz, character actor, entertained a large turn out of students by giving impersonations and sketches
of "makers ofAmerica." In May the student body was delighted by a "Truth and Consequence" program featur-
ing some of the faculty as victims of "consequences" planned by the members of National Honor. The com-
mittee which planned the"Truth or Consequences" program was headed by Marilyn Fleming. Assisting her were
Bill Aufderheide, Joyce Hause, Elaine Sunday, and Layton Wittenburg. National Honor members climaxed the
year's activities with a closed roast held at Side Cut Park. Paul Ridenour headed the committee which made
arrangements for this affair.
The members of the society elected as its officers for this year, Malcolm Shaw, president: Elaine Fenner, vice-
president: Elaine Drury, secretary-treasurer: and Dick Jennings, sergeant-at-arms. Dorothy Foltz was the social
chairman. The society's adviser is Mr. Orwig.
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Row 1-Antonette Saccucci, Elaine Ehrenfreid, Eileen Robinson, Joyce Hause, Treva Beard, Margaret Goede, Aranna Anderson,
Ellen Covode, Delores Leatherman, Barbara Runyan. Row Il-Max Rothschild, Ruth Dybala, Joanne Hill, Gloria Moore, Lois Belk,
Elaine Fenner, Marilyn Fleming, Cordy Crook, Elaine Drury, Willard Johnson. Row lll-Benny Pertcheck, Clarence Gartz,
Ed McNeil, Bernard Philabaum, Paul Prueter, Alan MacRitchie, Ray Wymer, Robert Marcy.
Row I-Inez Carsner, May Roadwiler, Agnes Kaiser, Glenna Reinlein, Gerry Campbell, Margaret Koel-WP, Rosemary Lorenzen,
Evelyn Art, Elaine Sunday, Dorothy Foltz. Row ll-Bill Heater, Shirley Meyers, Betty Bedford, LaVerne Mentzer, Ellen O'Halloran,
Theone Gerst, Phyllis Kerstetter, Colleen Donahue, Christine Ritter, Paul Allen. Row Ill-Bill Aufderheide, David Damas, Dick
Klein, Robert D. Kaiser, Don Logan, Charles Sackett, Kenneth Dominique, Sam Ferris, Wallace Christner, Ted Sipe.
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Row l-Joanne Cooper, Jean Baker, Dorothy Klein, Glenna Bentley, Ruth La Beau, Barbara Frank, Marilyn Collins, Kathleen
Mary, Shirley Willyard. Row ll-Phayes Noyes, Jeanne Clark, Ann Heller, Noralee Terrell, Pat Chambers, Erleen Becker, Norma
Brown, Lois Cannon. Row Ill-Phyllis Martin, Gerry Campbell, Carmen Gerig, Annette Black, Jo Anne Pete, Lois Fralich, Carolyn
Fuerst, Janet Dietrich.
Row I-Betty Lamb, Barbara Campbell, Suzanne Sears, Anne Leppert, Jane Trumbull, Jeanne Terrell, Barbara Runyan, Phyllis
Keim. Row Il-Dawn Voelzow, Mary Katz, Angeline Panos, Mary Hamann, Miss Dusha, Joanne Ruth, Barbara Ruch, Jo Ann
Martin, Nancy De Brock. Row lll-Georgia Powers, Marilyn Petrie, Marilyn Fleming, Joyce Roper, Cordy Crook, Jeanne Gage,
Sue Rogers, Virginia Stevens, La Verne Mentzer.
Ship Ahoy! The jolly Peri Pirates hoisted their sails and set out for a rollicking year. A roast given at Side-
Cut Park began the season. The Peries, clad in vivid and colorful pirate costumes, amid a skull-and-crossbone
atmosphere presented the DeVilbiss mass-meeting. A huge horse-shoe made of yellow chrysanthemums was
given to the team and coaches to bring luck in the final game of the season. Dashing silver reindeers, shimmer-
ing icicles, and mellow music could bring back nothing but the memories of the Reindeer Revel, one of the
most outstanding and successful dances of the year. It was held at Calumet Temple in December. On St.
Valentine's Day a formal initiation tea was given in honor of new Periclean members. With the coming of
spring the girls gave another roast at Side-Cut Park. The social program was closed for the year with the
Annual Faculty-Mothers Tea in April, and the Senior Banquet in May.
With their many social activities, the Peries combine much earnest literary study. The program chosen for
the year was the cultural background of France. Reports were given on French music, art, literature, archi-
tecture, and theater. A trip to the Art Museum completed the literary program. The Peries owe much of their
outstanding leadership to their very capable and ever guiding adviser Miss Dusha. The officers for the year were
Noralee Terrell, president: Phayes Noyes, vice-president: Virginia Stevens, censor: Sue Cony, recording secre-
tary: Jeanne Clark, corresponding secretary: Ann Heller, treasurer: and Gerry Campbell, chaplain.
Row I-Marilyn Moore, Dorothy Foltz, Phyllis McDermott, Dorothy Brown, Geraldine Ammann, Bonnie Stipes, Barbara Cox, Joan
Bache, Nancy Hendricks. Row ll-Sheldon Baldwin, June Pier, Doris Schnetzler, Joanne Bennett, Barbara Klinksick, Miss Gerdes,
Maribelle Bennett, Mary Hirschy, Marilynn Arner, Treva Beard. Row lll-Elaine Drury, Marie Daley, Ann Snare, Sally Korb,
Janet Watson, Winona Walbolt, Phyllis Ferguson, Pat Findley, Rosemarie Munding, Sue Alberte.
Row I-Helen Dryden, Dorothy Smith, Pat Cooper, Marilyn Bracht, Elaine Sautter, La Donna Howe, Clydabelle Padgett, Jackie
Mangas, Jeanne Stewart, Joyce Hause. Row ll-Jeanne Rudow, Pat Clark, Jackie Smith, Joanne Good, Miss Allen, Virginia Allmon,
Glenna Reinlein, Eloise Hamlin, Reita4Ann Ortmann. Row lll-Marilyn Stafford, Donna Walker, Margie Papke, Marilyn Heuer-
man, Gloria Pizza, Elaine Fenner, Dorothy Noggle, Jo Ann Beck, Marjorie Norwood, Barbara Emerson.
Bubbling over with pep and enthusiasm, the light-hearted Phil lassies opened the season with a bang by
donning war-paint and feathers and cheering the Cowboys to a victory over Waite, with their snappy mass-
meeting, "The Phil Pow-Wow." This success was rapidly followed by a rustic barn-dance in the gym for the
Phils and their dates. A welcome relief from the tension of the mid-year tests was provided by the Exam Jam,
an informal dance held in the gym at which Denny Dim-Wit was an honored guest. Lacey valentines and big hearts
were very much in evidence at the Mothers' Tea held in the library February 25. No social calendar could be
complete without a spring outing and the Phil picnic was a gay affair, for the inventive Phils with their flair for
new ideas broke away from the usual hot-dogs and pop and gave a pot-luck supper with games and dancing
at Side-Cut Park. A fitting climax for the highly productive year was the annual banquet given early in May at
which the pledges were formally initiated and the senior girls were presented with their gifts.
The talks about personality and good grooming which constituted the literary program for the year provided an
opportunity for some highly amusing as well as beneficial discussions in which the entire club participated. The
capable and well chosen cabinet consisted of Dorothy Foltz, president: Elaine Drury, vice-president: Elaine
Sautter, recording secretary: Glenna Reinlein, corresponding secretary: Dorothy Noggle, senior censor: Sue
Alberte, junior censor: and Marjorie Norwood, chaplain. The organization's admirable advisers are Miss Florence
Gerde and Miss Ruth Allen.
Row IfMary Weber, Antoinette Saccucci, Margaret Koepp, Dottie Powers, Annetta Faas, Helen Shnir. Row ll-Bette Fulton,
Ellen O Halloran, Colleen Donahue, Rose Seitz, Miss Eberth, Elaine Ehrenfried, Joyce Allison, Catherine Sterzl. Row Ill-Merilyn
Schroeder, Lois Longberry, N.oryne Morgan, Miss Henderson, Marilyn Myers, Barbara Schneider, Elaine Sunday, Virginia Cox.
Row I-Marian Hoover, Pat Stinehart, Audrey McRoplus, Ruby Freeman, Helen Thompson, Ruth Hemsoth. Row ll-Beverly Cole,
Nellie Atkinson, Lena Diterlizzi, Miss De Lisle, Nancy Shoemaker, Rose Van Dorp, Lucy Cremean, Alcena Wittenberg. Row III-
Agatha Bruno, Nancy Petsch, Zoe Ann Salsberry, Nancy Strang, Peggy Jo Shannon, Barbara Bigelow, Shirley Hochmuch, Mary
Yeh man! These girls are really in the groove! Looking simply super in their moss-green short-sleeved
sweaters, the Zets started their year of fun with a roast at Side-Cut Park. Then suddenly these girls changed
into wicked witches at their mass-meeting for the Central game. Their clever parodies and striking color
schemes made a pretty sharp performance. ln March, "The Shamrock Shag," the annual dance, was held at
Calumet Temple under the direction of chairman, Elaine Ehrenfried. The unique advertising, attractive pledge
stunts, and artistic posters made the dance a success. In honor of their mothers, the Zets gave a tea in April.
A book review was given by Mrs. John Kline and was enjoyed by all who attended. Closing the year's activities,
the Zets held their annual banquet and formal initiation at the Woman's Building.
The theme for this year's work was a timely and interesting one, "Women in the Armed Forces." As a part of
the literary program each member gave a report on the various branches of the Women's Corps. Of course, the
money problem arose, and so to get around this, a potato chip sale was held. In addition the Zets undertook
the job of selling Senior name cards. The object of the club is to teach good fellowship, value of co-operation,
consideration of others, and commendable school spirit, and in these the Zets have excelled. The club's advisers
are Miss Grace DeLisle, Miss Aileen Eberth, and Miss Grace Henderson. The officers were Toni Saccucci, presi-
dent: Elaine Ehrenfried, vice-president, Rose Seitz, recording secretary: Colleen Donahue, corresponding
secretary: Ellen O'Halloran, treasurer: Dottie Powers, sergeant-at-arms: Elaine Sunday, censor and historian:
and Margaret Koepp, chaplain.
Row I-Malcolm Shaw, Bob Meyer, Cliff Collins, Howard Trautwein, Dick Hoffman, Raymie Warrick, Don Poenicke, Neil Burns,
Ted Barth, Jim Farber. Row II-Jim Forster, Bob Heyman, Richard Smith, Tom Andrews, Mr. McClure, Mr. Mortimer, Frank
Mensing, Douglas Arend, Jim Kevelder, Ted Wine. Row lll-Bob Wisbon, Paul Ridenour, Ted Arend, George Miley, John Monetta,
Ernest Heller, Bill Miley, Leonard Kevelder, Allen Root, Dick Farman, Gordon Murray. '
Row l-Jim Galbraith, Dick Zink, Richard Jennings, Johnny Sarchiz, Max Rothschild, Bob Keholm, Louis Gaynor, Herman Honeck,
Tommy Moore. Row ll-Jack Snyder, Jerry Krall, Herb Loehrke, Paul Hart, Cloyce Clark, Ed Tappan, Robert Carman, Don Black.
Row lll-Harry Coleman, Tony Momsen, Bill Fuerst, Edward McNeill, Don Gray, Melvin Breitner, Jim Fenner, Mr. Baker.
The Forum and Q.D.'s, together boasting a membership of seventy of the sharpest, smoothest, sagest
characters in Libbey's male element, continued their 'friendly rivalry in a most congenial manner this year. To
be certain that they would not make a dull boy of the proverbial Jack, the two societies dispensed for the most
part with the literary side of their programs and promoted a fast-moving array of social activities. The Forum
began their social activities by holding a roast at Side-Cut Park. Libbeyites enjoyed the first lit dance of the
season, November 24 at the Woman's Building, when the Forum held "The Swingfestf' A splash party at the
Y.M.C.A. and a theater party on April 14, and in the spring a roast and a banquet, marked the end of another
year. The officers for 1944-45 were: Malcolm Shaw, president: Jim Forster, vice-president: Raymond Warrick,
secretary: Bob Heyman, treasurer, and Bob Wisbon, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Harold McClure and Mr. Melvin
Nlortimer are the advisers.
Refusing to take a back seat in the social whirl, the Q.D.'s held an afternoon picnic in the fall at Side-Cut Park.
Later in the year-the twenty-seven orange-clad swains sponsored their annual dance, "The Shindig," held
February 24 at Calumet Temple. Bill Fuerst was chairman of the dance committee. A roast highlighted the
organization's spring activities. Their annual banquet was held in May and was planned by Bill Fuerst. Directing
the Q.D. activities this year were these capable officers: Tom Moore, president: Bill Fuerst, vice-president:
Melvin Breitner, secretary: Don Black, treasurer: and John Sarchiz, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Roscoe Baker is the
faculty adviser. .
Fonulvl AND Q.n.'s
Row I-Mary Parker, Patricia Perry, Dorothy Foltz, Aranna Anderson, Pat Chambers, Ruth Weber, Jenny Wiley, Jackie Smith,
Elaine Sautter, Helen. Benson. Row ll--Phyllis Miller, lris Ganun, Glenna Reinlein, Aleta Dunlap, Miss Allen, Jessie DeFrain,
Marian Hopkins, Gloria Walter, Doris Brouse, Joanne Yutzy. Row lll-Joyce Hause, Dorothy Morrison, Eileen Robinson, Leatrice
Kruegerhlflbelene Trost, Arleen Zimmer, Doris Wilcox, Alma Cameron, Inez Carsner, Jackie Snyder, Treva Beard.
Row l-Rosemary Lorenzen, Delores Kuntz, Ellen O'HaIloran, Antoinette Saccucci, Rose Seitz, Colleen Donohue, Elaine Ehren-
fried, Mary Weber, Catherine Sterzl, Elaine Sunday. Row ll-Ellen Covode, Margaret Koepp, Christine Ritter, Carolyn Zimmer-
man, Miss Allen, Marjorie Norwood, Ruth Thomas, Betty Strance, Lillian Friend, Pat Reynolds. Row lll-Bette Fulton, Lois Holtz,
Elaine Fenner, Lois Belk, Gloria Moore, Ina Highwarden, June Lee, Jo Ann Zimmerman, Ruth Dybala.
Dedicated to the service of others and endeavoring to find and give the best of every girl, the Senior
Friendship flourished this year under the leadership of Joyce Hause as president: Elaine Sunday, vice-president:
Lois Belk, corresponding secretary: Inez Carsner, recording secretary: Treva Beard, treasurer: and Aranna
Anderson, chaplain. With their enthusiastic adviser, Miss Ruth Allen, the club has contributed much to our
school. The girls baked home made cookies at Christmas for the U.S.O. and once more gave their annual
banquet in honor of our football squad in December. The Forums held every Sunday at the Y.M.C.A. were
attended faithfully by the girls. A potato chip sale followed soon, which helped to fill the treasury.
The many social events started in October with a book review, "Anna and the King of Siam" by Mrs. Paul
Alexander. A pot-luck Christmas party was held at the Y.M.C.A. and the front hall of Libbey was once more
adorned by the huge Christmas tree, furnished and decorated by the girls of the Senior Friendship. A combined
meeting of the Hi-Y and Friendship followed soon and then later a very interesting meeting was held in which
three boys told what they liked and disliked about girls. A colossal skating party was sponsored by all three
Friendship Clubs at the Coliseum. The Lenten services at Libbey were presented under the auspices of the
Senior Friendship in conjunction with the Hi-Y. In the early spring a breakfast was held for the girls in the
cafeteria and finally, a lovely conclusion to a fine year of work, a spring banquet delighted each Friendship girl.
Row I--Erleen Becker, Helen Thompson, Letha Busick, Leota Walter, Mary Kathryn Fink, Marilyn Moore, Phyllis Ann Rosenberg,
Reita Ann Ortmann, Janet Watson, Winona Walbolt. Row ll-Mary Lou Benington, Marion Papenfus, Carol Ruebush, Evelyn
Kerris, Miss Irwin, Phyllis Kerstetter, Theone Gerst, Dorothy Klein, Delores Napierala, lrene Lang. Row III-Marilyn Fleming,
Marilyn Schroeder, Georgia Powers, Cordy Crook, Rita Bunck, Beatrice Bailey, Margie Clay, Dorothy Benson, Marilyn Myers,
Row I-Jeanne Miles, Carol Hill, Joane Bennett, Elizabeth Apostle, Shirley Miller, Ruth Haase, Helen Shnir, Betty Rahm.
Row II-Agnes Kaiser, Pat Roth, Barbara Klinksick, Thelma Frank, Joanne Cooper, Ann Snare, Doris Schnetzler, June Pier.
Row III-Elda Cauffiel, Janet Dietrich, Joanne Woeller, Jean Baker, Joanne Krueger, Lois Archambo, Adeline Magno, Marilyn
The program followed by the Junior Friendship Club is one of service for others. Under the guidance of
their able adviser, Miss Grace Irwin, the girls followed th rough the year with service work and gay social events.
A roller skating party was carried out by the Junior Friendship along with the other Friendship Clubs. A song-
fest with Mrs. Schell was a high point of enjoyment for everyone. Miss Russell talked to the girls on the Girl
Reserve Code, while "Life ln a Rehabiltation Camp" was the subject of a talk by Kay Yokaume. The Reverend
Paul L. Baumgardner delivered an inspiring Christmas message to all the girls.
ln connection with their program of social work, the Junior Friendship filled the World Fellowship Bank with
their pennies. In November they helped serve at the World Fellowship Banquet. At Christmas time they sang
carols at the Old Folk's Home and gave them cookies, candies, and apples. Concluding a fine year of work and
service was the annual spring banquet held at the school. All the members of the Junior Friendship Club are
planning on an even more active participation in the great work of the Friendship Clubs next year as seniors.
Leading the girls in their excellent work this year were Marilyn Moore, president: Ann Snare, vice-president:
Dorothy Klein, recording secretary: Adeline Magno, corresponding secretary: Marilyn Schroeder, treasurer: and
Janet Dietrich, chaplain. They can be very proud of their achievement in service and character building.
Row I--Shirley Willyard, Martha Mountain, Jean Lynes, June Flowers, Joyce Luginbull, La Donna Howe, Charline Miller,
Barbara Louthan, Betty Meyers, Joan Bache, Nancy Henrlcks. Row II-Miss Gilbert, Alcena Wittenberg, Shirley Smith, Patte
MacDonald, Barbara Frank, Mary Hirschy, Mary Thomas, Maribelle Bennett, Clydebelle Padgett, Nancy Glew, Bonnie Eversole.
Row Ill-Norma Dolbee, Shirley Breitner, Joanne Winkhman, Mary Netermyer, JoAnn Beck, Nancy Braithwaite, Pat Brach,
Marilyn Bracht, Bernice Behrens, Georgene McClain, Donna Hehl.
Row I-Shirley Hochmuth, Sylvia Bowes, Carmen Gerig, Pat Findley, Lois Hartman, Virginia Cox, Sheldon Baldwin, Jo Anne
Pete, Lois Fralich, Joyce Allison, Carilyn Fuerst, Peggy Jo Shannon. Row Il-Miss Gilbert, Alice lngle, Virginia, Jones, Ramona
Leggett, Betty Lamb, Catherine Frazier, Corlene Bohnert, Dorothy Will, Donna Walker, Patsy Cairl, Lois Anne Knitt. Row Ill-
Patty Path, Doris Harris, Rita Zeiler, Helen Revill, Patti Wandel, Wilma Keil, Joyce Roper, Marjorie Feltz, Mary Stophlet,
Irene Fisher, Pat Foley.
Proving that the old proverb, "Too many cooks spoil the soup," is not true, the Sophomore Friendship
Club continued the excellent work of previous years with an enrollment of seventy-three girls. Under the guid-
ance of Miss Jean Gilbert, the friendship girls learned to recognize and follow the true meaning of their motto,
"To Face Life Squarelyf' With the help of the following officers: Donna Walker, president: Marilyn Bracht, vice-
president: Peggy kJo Shannon, recording secretary: Mary Hirschy, corresponding secretary: Dorlene Coger,
treasurer: and Sheldon Baldwin, chaplain, the club carried out a varied and interesting program of entertain-
ment and social work. The first event was a Christmas party held in the gymnasium and a Christmas program
given in the school auditorium. During the holiday season the girls also went caroling, with Mrs. Schell as their
leader. The club as a group wrapped Christmas packages which they took to the Orphans' Home.
ln February a skating party was held at the Coliseum and the club presented a program to the Sophomore girls,
with Miss Louise Herler as guest speaker. At Easter time the girls colored eggs and made favors which they also
took to the Orphanage. A pot luck supper at the Y.W.C.A. was held later in the year and the girls worked dili-
gently to complete scrapbooks which were presented to the U.S.O. During February, the club also took an active
interest in the weekly forums at the Y.M.C.A. With two more years of service in the Junior and Senior Friend-
ship Clubs, these girls will continue their fine work so necessary to our school.
Row I-Ted Sipe, Sheldon Baldwin, Don Poenicke, Miss Dusha, Max Rothschild, Dorothy Foltz, Mary Collins. Row ll-Eugene
Sund, Mr. Mortimer, Mr. Lynn, Miss Allen, Georgiana Powers, Cordelia Crook, Malcolm Shaw, Elaine Drury.
Row l-Eileen Marggraf, Roberta Eldredge, Virginia Allmon, Joanne Good, Marilyn Bracht, Phyllis Martin, Zoe Ann Salsberry,
Marilyn Collins. Row ll-Beryle Dunlap. Lois Black, Betty Holtg rieve, Virginia Cox, Agatha Bruno, Suzanne Sears, Shirley Strong.
Row lll-Barbara Ruch, Barbara Emerson, Lois Kachenmeister, Carol Ann Cousino, Joanne Bunge, Mary Hamann, Jeanne
Stewart, Nancy Petsch.
Pledging service to others and world-wide friendship, the Red Cross, in addition to its fine work in the
school, has performed many acts of kindness and helpfulness throughout the world. Since the death of
Miss Voorheis, Miss May has taken over the duties as adviser of the Red Cross. Early in the year the members,
packed and sent fifty Christmas boxes to the desolate children in the war-torn countries. The children at the
William Roche Hospital were given books and puzzles for Christmas. One hundred decks of playing cards were
provided for servicemen in convalescent hospitals, as well as a recreation chest. The Red Cross assisted the
French Club in purchasing a complete outfit for an eight-year-old French war orphan. The work of the Red
Cross, especially at this time in our history, is well deserving of our praise. Leading the members in their
excellent service for others this year were Lois Kochenmeister, president: Marilyn Bracht, vice-president:
Joanne Bunge, secretary: and Virginia Cox, treasurer.
The foremost aim of the Student Council this year has been to check Juvenile Delinquency. With Mr. Lynn,
Miss Allen, Miss Dusha, and Mr. Mortimer as the advisers, this organization has been a benefit to the entire
school. The members of the Student Council are elected by the student body and in that way are direct repre-
sentatives of the students themselves. Excessive gum chewing, tardiness, and frequent absence are among the
problems which this organization has been attempting to eliminate. One serious problem this year has been the
uncleanliness of the cafeteria and halls and the solution to it lies only with each and every pupil of Libbey. Lead-
ing the members during the past year were Don Poenicke, president: Max Rothschild, vice-president: and
Dorothy Foltz, secretary-treasurer.
THE JUNIOR RED CROSS AND THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Row I-John Monetta, Bob Heyman, Hillis McKenzie, Principal Harold E. Williams, Max Rothschild, Butch Gaynor, Douglas
Arend, Herb Loehrke. Row ll-Harry Coleman, Kenneth Sperber, Bob Stoner, Charles Sackett, Eldon Gomoll, Don Starnbaugh,
Dick Zink, Dick Andree. Row Ill-Richard Gerlinger, Jim Galbraith, Richard Jennings, Don Black, Bill Fuerst, Melvin Breitner,
Robert LaBine, Edward Tappen. Row IV-Paul Ridenour, Clarence Johnson, David Damas, Don Cox, Don Ramsdell, Paul Prueter,
Clarence Gartz, Robert D. Kaiser, Bernard Philabaum.
Row l-Ray Meyer, James Woods, William Wilgus, Frank Sherburne, Mr. Keifer, Lawrence Weinstock, Bob Thompson, Richard
Michalski, Gene Krantz, Bob Beach. Row ll-Lloyd Basil, Kenneth Dominique, Layton Wittenberg, Jim Forster, Malcolm Shaw,
Paul Allen, Tom Moore, Don Poenicke, Raymie Warrick. Row Ill-Bob Gates, Ted Sipe, Howard Trautwein, Dick Huffman,
Charles Paschal, Cliff Collins, Bob Kaiser, Bob Meyer, Bill Heater. Row IV-Alan MacRitchie, Paul Schmidt, Robert Mason, Don
Logan, Richard Klein, George Miley, Ralph Heuerman, Earl Rager, Tom Andrews.
With the high ideal of Christian character before them and a staunch purpose to guide their activities
along the path of this ideal, the Senior Hi-Y club, under the guidance of Principal Harold E. Williams and
Mr. George Keifer, enjoyed another year of service and inspiration. Continuing with its policy of combining
junior and senior members into one club, the Senior Hi-Y elected the following officers: Robert Kramer, presi-
dent, Max Rothschild, vice-president: Ralph Heuerman, secretary-treasurer, and Hillis McKenzie, chaplain.
The bi-monthly meetings were always opened with a ten-minute devotional service conducted by the boys
themselves under the direction of Chaplain McKenzie. The power of prayer, especially in these times of war,
was greatly emphasized to the members by Principal Williams, who through his conscientious efforts instilled
in the Hi-Y boys the inspiration to maintain and extend throughout the school and community the highest
standards of Christian character. A fine social program of the year was highlighted by the annual Mothers'
and Sons' Banquet held in May. The Hi-Y clubs again collaborated with the Friendship girls in planning and
prepairing an unusually fine series of Lenten Services for the student body. A joint Hi-Y Friendship club party
and an evening of magic with Magician Harry Opel were additional highspots of the social program. The
unusually fine group of distinguished speakers included Edward Gilliland, President of the Toledo Baseball
Club: Judge Frank Wiley: Alan Saunders, well-known comic strip creator: Joseph F. Rawlinson, superintendent
of the Toledo Shipbuilding Company: and our own, Principal Harold E. Williams.
Row I-Dick De Laney, Bill Trost, Albert Sawyer, Wayne Seppeler, Leo Poenicke, Principal Harold E. Williams, Paul Phillips,
Fred Basinger, John Earlywine, Ralph Whaley, Richard Thayer. Row ll-Jim Aufderheide, John Morris, Bob Peters, Herral Long,
Edward Moser, Robert Leon, Bernard Thobe, Donald Gainss, Bernard Wenzel, Don Ramsey. Row Ill-David Wandtke, Jerry
Huebner, Bruce Bashore, Ray Gaseniak, Clark Bourgeois, Jack Gehm, Paul Raitz, Paul Yutzy, Paul Katz, Bob Latimer, John Adams.
Row lV-Carlton Heckrotte, Ted Textor, Don Dick, Jim Fenner, Richard Heuerman, Robert Momsen, Eugene Sund, Bill Weit,
Robert Noethen, Bob Coffey, Dale Dick. .
Row I-Joe Heer, Glenn lrwin, Richard Gazybowski, Joseph Stader, Jack Tanalski, Don Fader, Bill Straub, Don Eberhard, Bob
Verdon, Peter Ruble, Kenneth Kramp. Row ll-Mr. Keifer, Bob Campbell, Jim Stambaugh, Jack Wainwright, Donald Dickes,
Kenneth Ferguson, Bob Riddle, Earl Schnetzler, Frank Kobee, Mr. Aseltyne. Row Ill-Richard Jacobs, John Waller, Jim Watson,
Joe Fosbender, Roger Smith, Harold Clark, Fred Grossmann, Jack Edwards, Tom Lorenz, Tom Rigney, Kenneth Plaff. Row IV-
George Tolles, Wayne Schmidt, Earl Laishley, John Baker, Ronny Bowman, Dick Dunham, Stanley Stewart, Maynard Dannen-
berger, Phillip Braun, Tom Lasko.
Following in the footsteps of the older boys, the Junior Hi-Y, composed of freshmen and sophomores,
dedicated their year of activities to the same high principle of Christian living that activates the Senior group.
These younger boys also have been under the direct guidance of Principal Harold E. Williams, who gave much
of his time and effort to mold them into the splendid citizens of Libbey that they are. Aiding Mr. Williams in
his work of inspiration and instruction through the year was Mr. Francis Aseltyne. The officers of this group
were the same as those of the Senior Hi-Y.
The Junior Hi-Y colloborated with the Senior Hi-Y in all the programs of the year. Of especial value to the
younger group was their participating in the Sunday Forums, conducted at the Central Y.M.C.A., for to many
of them this was a new experience. The Lenten programs will long be remembered for they presented to our
school a series of thought-provoking and serious talks which were given by the following Toledo clergymen:
the Reverend P. B. Piper of Bethel Lutheran: the Reverend A. S. Carlson of Pilgrim Congregational: the
Reverend Alfred C. Peterson of Westminster Presbyterian: the Reverend Harold Davis of Plymouth Congrega-
tional: the Reverend Lloyd Holloway of Trilby Methodist: and the Reverend Byron Hughes of Grand Rapids
Methodist. The high standard of accomplishment of all the Hi-Y members will continue to be a challenge to
all of the organizations of Libbey.
Ronw I-Wilma Scheffert, Gerry Feltman,.Phyllis Martin, Sue Alberte, Martha Jimison, Pat Cairl. Row Il-Helen Ellerman, Mary
Seideman, Don Ramsdell, Mr. Martin, Elaine Fenner, Ruth Thomas, Elaine Ehrenfried.
Row l-Rose Van Dorp, Lucy Cremean, Evelyn Sankiewiez, Helen Dryden, Helen Shnir, Nellie Atkinson, Lois Leffel. Row ll-
Miss Brown, Phyllis Kerstetter, Theone Gerst, Lois Kachenmeister, Agnes Kaiser, Arletta Ness, Joanne Yutzy, Mr. Rusie.
Row III-May Roadwiler, Barbara Schneider, Carol Cousino, Marilyn Schroeder, Colleen Donahue, Ann Snare, Margie Clay, Ellen
You're wanted in 109 or 148! The tread of students' footsteps can be heard going to and from the room of
Mr. Charles Martin, able director of Athletic and Activities Department at Libbey. The purpose of this club is
to promote interest and participation in events throughout the school year. This is very capably done by
Mr. Martin's chosen workers who are kept busy selling activities tickets, taking subscriptions, and distributing
the Edelian and mimeographing advance literature on all events in the school. The great deal of work that is
accomplished in the Activities Department means long tedious hours after classes and during the summer
vacations. This work is efficiently completed by Elaine Ehrenfried, Advertising Manager of the Edelian: Ruth
Thomas, Circulation Manager of the Edelian: Don Ramsdell, mimeographing manager: and their faithful
assistants: Wilma Sheffert, Sue Alberte, Martha Jimison, Helen Ellerman, Pat Cairl, Doris Stone, Jerry Feltman,
and Mary Helen Seideman.
The Deans' Aides under the leadership of Miss Brown, Dean of Girls and Mr. Rusie, Dean of Boys, have faith-
fully served Libbey during the past year. With the Deans' helpful guidance the students have found the answers
to their many problems. The girls are chosen for this work in their freshman year under these qualifications:
dependability, efficiency, courtesy, and scholarship. One year must be completed before credit is given. Their
duty consists of general office work which is helpful to the girls who are planning to continue in their field.
The girls take turns staying after school one night a week to do extra filing and to make out reports. The
Deans' Aides look forward to their annual picnic at the end of the year.
ACTIVITIES AND DEANS' AIDES
Row I-Ellen O'Halloran, Eileen Robinson, Lois Belk, Marilyn Schroeder, Marion Hopkins, Dolores Leatherman, Jeanne Gage,
Rosemarie Munding, Elizabeth Apostle, Margie Papke, Joanne Good. Row II-Gloria Moore, Bette Fulton, Jessie DeFrain, Evelyn
Jacques, Rose Ann Langenderfer, Miss Costigan, Angeline Panos, Marilyn Moore, Naomi Belk, Toni Saccucci. Row Ill-Bud Arlor,
Jim Tice, Ralph Heuerman, Bill Weit, Clarence Gartz, Jerry O'Shea, Bernard Philabaum, Ted Arend, Doug Koder.
Row l-Joan Fitzgerald, Shirley Jay. Agatha Bruno, Jerome Jay, Tom Konewka, Jim Taylor, Lena Diterlizzi, Treva Beard, Phyllis
McDermott. Row ll-Patte MacDonald, Judy Shunk, Arleen Zimmer, Tommy Kelly, Neil Burns, Howard Trautwein, Rosemary
Lorenzen, Phyllis Reynolds, Jackie Snyder. Row lll-Mary Anne Werts, Jackie Smith, Pat Clark, Dick Huffman, Robert Mason,
Tom Andrews, Dick Zink, Pat Findley, June Pier, Doris Schnetzler.
To develop the creative talent of its members and give them practical experience in the interpreting and
producing of plays is the principal purpose of The Libbey Dramatic Club. With the splendid cooperation of the
group and the capable adviser Miss Costigan, this organization has been able to promote the dramatic activities
of the school. Libbey has greatly enjoyed the many one-act plays presented by this club. When school opened,
they began their work immediately and in November they presented two one-act plays, "Red Carnation," and
"Love ln Bloom." Again in March the props went up and the Dramatic Club triumphed again with "Dinner For
Two" and "Little Prison." The Junior and Senior class plays, "Sunrise By Request," and "Every Family Has
One," were presented under the sponsorship of The Libbey Dramatic Club.
Beginning the many social events of the year was a roast on November 4. In January a party was held after
school for all the members and in the spring, the eighth annual banquet was given. The excellent outcome of
these events was due to the ambitious Phyllis McDermott and her committee. The Dramatic Club has carried
out its purpose of promoting cooperation and friendship between its members. For the wonderful work of the
club this year we have to thank Jacquilene Smith, president: Clarence Gartz, vice-president: Phyllis Reynolds,
recording secretary: Lois Belk, corresponding secretary: Gloria Moore, treasurer.
Row I-Rosemarie Munding, Betty Wotring Pat Clark Reita Ann Ortmann Phyllis Rosenberg Nor '
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Margie Papke, Jackie. Smith, Jean Errmgton. Row ll-Lois Black, Rita Domowiz, LaVern Cole, Dorothy Lattgrop, Wanday Chillers,
Phyllis Reynolds, Shirley Frank, Leota Walter, Elaine Harris. Row lll-Ted Pleiss, Tom Beach, Robert Coleman, Joe Long,
Mr. McClure, Neil Burns, Gene Krantz, Bernice Durham, Marilyn Heuerman, Virginia Allmon.
Row l-Doris Schnetzler, Elizabeth Apostle, Peggy Eichelberger, Norma Dolbee, Evelyn Jacques, Virginia Cox, Margaret McLean,
Pat Roth. Row Il-Joanne Santelli, Bernice Guhl, Joyce Ann Gibson, Roseann Langenderfer, Lenore Jonas, Pat Reynolds,
Virginia Wonnell, Doris Wendt, Delora Peoples. Row Ill-Jim Rowe, Howard Henry, Clarence ,Johnson, .Jerry O'Shea, Paul
Ridenour, Leonard Kevelder, Merle Krasny, Harry Coleman.
One of Libbey's most prized possessions is her choir, which this year as always has brought acclaim and
renown to the school. This fame was acquired through long and hard hours of work preparing programs which
the members of the choir presented to various luncheon clubs. In November the year's program was officially
opened when the members engaged in a program for the North Western Teachers' Convention. After the
convention they appeared before the Douglas Community Center, and the Lion's Club. During the Christmas
Season the choir gave a special program of Christmas Carols which was broadcast from the B. R. Baker Com-
pany. After the holidays Libbey's singers participated in a service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and later filled a
second engagement at the Lion's Club. After an exciting year of activity and performance their final program
was the May Festival in the Macomber Auditorium, May 20.
This group of talented young people was under the direction of Mr. McClure, a new addition to the Libbey
faculty, who arrived here in September from Kent, Ohio. Mr. McClure, although new in the faculty has won
the admiration and friendship of both his students and fellow-teachers. Aiding him were the officers of the
choir: Paul Ridenour, president: Leonard Kevelder, vice-president: Pat Clark, secretary: Rosemarie Munding,
treasurer: Harry Coleman, sergeant-at-arms. Though the entire choir was excellent there were several out-
standing soloists. Among this group were Paul Ridenour, Virginia Cox, Phyllis Rosenberg, Margie Papke, Doris
Schnetzler, and Jean Solomon.
Row I-Pat Parker, Mr. McClure, Dorothy Smith, Walter Boggs, Norma Brown, Martin Karschner. Row ll-Marilyn Collins,
Evelyn Art, Rosemary Lorenzen, Dorothy Martin, Shirley Steusloff, Delores Parsons, Lula Mahoney, Jeanne Siegel, Sylviann
Taylor, Madora Waite. Row Ill-Herman Honeck, Eugene Kranz, Wayne Schmidt, Frank Bodenmiller, Robert Mowery, Robert
Branyon, Walter Wiezgoda, Charles Bourquin.
Row I-Paul Kurth, Robert Timbrook, Glenn Irwin, Richard Dandino, Clark Bourgeois, Leonard Merzejewski, Rodney Repass,
Jim Tice. Row ll-Frank Kitchen, Don Conn, Kenneth Martin, Allan Reed, Robert Marcy, Jim Aufderheide, Clifford Bishop,
Edwin McCurdy. Row Ill-Jim Fenner, Earl Rager, Milton Mygott, James Woods, Charles Butcke, Don Cox, Harold Mucci,
Robert La Bine.
With marching feet and bright flags flying, the Libbey Band marched down the field to the stirring rhythm
of the school song. With its outstanding music, members, and director is it any wonder that every Libbeyite is
proud of the band? Indeed Libbey has one to be proud of. Many a football fan has thrilled to the rhythmic tempo
of the music and the flashing blue and gold uniforms. However, this band was not just presented to Libbey,
but was achieved through hours of hard work and strenuous drilling. The work of the band included not only
playing at the football games and for mass-meetings, but also giving numerous concerts and programs. In the
spring such concerts were given for the elementary schools in the district, and also for Jones Junior High.
The first of these concerts was given the nineteenth of April at Walbridge School where a delightful program
including "The Stradella Overture," "Serenade," and several of Tschaikowsky's compositions, was presented.
This program was given to introduce the band to the grade school students and to try to interest them 'in its
work at Libbey. The year was brought to a close by a concert at Libbey. What the band lacked in size and
number it made up in spirit and cooperation and every student will agree that it has lent color and zeal to the
school. Not only did the members labor zealously during school hours, but also in addition to their regular school
program the greater part of the band participated in a city-wide orchestra composed of nearly one hundred
members which met every Tuesday night to practice in order to present concerts at the Walbridge Park Ampi-
theater in the spring. This organization was also under the able direction of Mr. McClure.
Row l-Catherine Frazier, Agnes Kaiser, Joan Bache, Phyllis Ferguson, Lucy Cremean, Treva Beard, Barbara Klinksick, Bill
Thorpe: Row ll-Jacky Blanchong, Gloria Adams, Joanne Yutzy, Lois Archambo, Miss Eberth, Lo Donna Howe, Janet Dietrich,
June Pier, Marilyn Arner. Row lll-Clydabelle Padgett, Betty Tallent, Elaine Fenner, Lois Belk, Mr. Burton, Patte Wandel, Dawn
Voelzow, Rita Zeiler, Marilyn Moore, Dolores Napierala. Row IV-Paul Ridenour, Paul Prueter, Clarence Gartz, Frank Rowe,
Robert D. Kaiser, Eugene Conger, Jack Gehm, Tom Schimer, Gerald Moore, Hillis McKenzie.
Row I-Arletta Ness 111, Marilyn Bracht 111, Agnes Kaiser 131, Nancy Glew 111, Ruth Haase 111, Mrs. Burton, Phyllis Ferguson
121, Lucy Cremean 121, Agatha Bruno 111, Leona Davenporte 111, Joan Bache 121, Pat Maiers 111. Row Il-Catherine Frazier 111,
Lois Ann Belk 141, Georgia Hite 111, Dawn Voelzow 111, Donna Walker 111, Naome Belk 111, Virginia Weber 111, Iris Fuqua 111,
Treva Beard 121, John Waller 111, Jim Watson 111. Row Ill-Paul Prueter 141, Clarence Gartz 121, Russell Curtice 131, Bruce
Bashore 111, Wallace Christner 121, Don Logan 111, Malcolm Shaw 121, Roger Henry 121, Elaine Fenner 141, Marilyn Fleming 111.
"Ita est! Ita est!" Here are two organizations of our school which work to promote interest in the Classics,
Fine Arts, Ancient History, and Latin. Yes, we are referring to the Libbey Classical League and the Latin Honor
Society. The Libbey Classical League has definitely fulfilled its purpose by the program carried out this year.
Through its efforts the school was privileged to hear Professor James E. Dunlap of Michigan University, and at
this time a beautiful trophy was awarded to our library by the League. Grade schools of South Toledo were
visited by Latin students who demonstrated the value of Latin in everyday life. Trips were made to the Art
Museum and to the Holy Rosary Cathedral in order that the members might better appreciate art. The able
advisers, Miss Aileen Eberth and Mrs. Pauline Burton, were assisted by the cabinet members: consul primus,
Lois Belk: consul secundus, Elaine Fenner: praetor, Paul Pruetorg quaester, Phyllis Ferguson: aedile, Clydabelle
No greater honor can be bestowed on a Latin Student than to become a member of the Latin Honor Society.
An "A" average for two consecutive semesters and no grade below "B" thereafter is the requirement. The
society presents to the student showing the most interest in his daily work during the year a sterling silver
Latin Honor Medal. The Eta Sigma Phi National Honor award was presented at Commencement to the out-
standing four-year student. The officers appointed by Mrs. Pauline Burton, the club's adviser, were president,
Paul Prueter: vice-president, Elaine Fenner: and secretary-treasurer, Lois Belk.
LIBBEY CLASSICAL LEAGUE AND HONOR SOCIETY
Row l-Sue Alberte, Nellie Atkinson, Doris Schnetzler, Betty Meyers, Martha Mountain, Shirley Smith, Shirley Willyard, Betty
Rahm. Row ll-Marilyn Dannenberger, Elda Cauffiel, Theone Gerst, Adeline Magno, Miss Russell, Patte MacDonald, Avis Weaver,
Nancy Shoemaker, Linda Wilgus. Row Ill-Phyllis Corrill, Dottie Powers, Nancy Braithwaite, Patsy Cairl, Donna Greene, Sally
Korb, Suzanne Sears, Lois Fralich.
Row I-Noryne Morgan, Frank Sherburne, Ruthann, Lockwood, Beryle Dunlap, Ellen Covode, Neva Bertram, Gloria Walter, Dorothy
Benson. Row Il-Joyce Roper, Marilyn Schroeder, Marilyn Fleming, Georgie Powers, Miss Coehrs, Cordy Crook, Phyllis Kerstetter,
Margie Clay. Row Ill-Walter Ballard, Richard Goodwin, Bud Wenzel, Jack Brazeau, Jack Bernard, Sylvia Bowes, Peggy Jo
Shannon, Annette Black, Peggy Switzer.
Good neighbor policy? Yes, indeed! This up-and-coming organization develops in its members a whole-
hearted interest in our relations with Spain and the Latin American countries. No wonder these senors and
senoritas have had such a fine year Linder the splendid guidance of Miss Theresa Coehrs and Miss Mary Russell.
The achievements of La Tertulia Castellana were also due to its most capable officers, headed by Dick Herold,
president: Marilyn Fleming, vice-president: TheoneGerst, secretary, Annette Black, treasurer: and Walter Ballard,
sergeant-at-arms. As a basis for their program the club has used "El Eco," and "La Luz," papers written in
Spanish and filled with interesting and valuable material. ln connection with this, the members have studied
our Latin American neighbors and our relations with them. They have probed into the history of the old country
of Spain and studied the quaint Spanish customs. The advisers have related the story of their journeys into
Spain and their experiences there. g
Starting the social events for the year was the annual initiation and roast at Walbridge Park Shelter House in
November. Following this a Christmas Party at the Y.M.C.A. in December was held with Dick Goodwin as com-
mittee chairman. Certainly each member finished the year with the feeling that the knowledge and friendship
he has gained during his association with the Spanish Club will follow him all through life.
Row I-Virginia Cox, Margie Papke, Mary Anne Werts, Carol Hill, Donna Tittle, Junie Sowry, Dolores Leatherman, Mary
Margaret Bounward, Betty Wood. Row ll-Roy McClendon, Harold Hamilton, Marilyn Palmer, Barbara Haye, Miss Krueger, Alice
lngle, Nora Quinn, Delora Peoples, Merilyn Myers.
Row I-Rosemary Lorenzen, Ellen Covode, Dolores Leatherman, Pat Reynolds, Evelyn Kerns, Christine Ritter, Aleta Dunlap.
Row ll-Gerald Ulrich, Bill Stoner, Don Dick, Mr. Martin, Eugene Steiner, Frank Gwozdz, Hobey Welsh.
Opportunity knocks but seldom, and the members of the French and Lib Clubs realize this. With that fact
in mind the advisers of the two clubs have done much to promote and encourage any interest students might
have in the languages and arts. Under the direction of Miss Krueger and the following officers: Virginia Cox,
president: Dolores Leatherman, vice-president: Carol Hill, treasurer: and Marilyn Palmer and June Sowry,
censors: the French Club started their social year with a Christmas party complete with a gift exchange,
refreshments, games, and French carols. In April the French and Spanish Clubs combined to have a roast at
Ottawa Park, with committees from both clubs working together. During April the French Club also sponsored
a Fudge Sale to raise needed funds as part of their program of work. The club purchased a complete outfit for
a refugee child in France and this was shipped overseas by the American Friends Service. To finish a varied and
interesting year, the members held a closing party late in May.
Through the combined efforts of Miss Bartley, adviser: Christine Ritter, Editor: Jerry Ulrich, Assistant Editor:
and a staff of twelve, including Ellen Covode, Don Dick, Aleta Dunlap, Evelyn Kerns, Frank Gwandy, Rosemary
Lorenzen, Tom Lasco, Dolores Leatherman, Pat Reynolds, Eugene Steiner, Bill Stoner, and Hobart Welsh: the
Lib has far surpassed previous years in success. The Lib was published twice during the school year. The Lib
staff also designed a club pin which would distinguish them from other organizations. In January, Jack Jimison,
a former Lib member was home on furlough and the Club held a party in the art room in Jack's honor. ln the
latter part of May, the club had their annual banquet.
FRENCH AND LIB CLUBS
Row l-Bernadine Krall, Delores Bunck, Bob Soboleski, Barbara Stone, Jean Lynes, June Flowers, Iris Ganun, Mary Lou Flowers,
Mary Thomas, Dorothy Garber, May Roadwiler, Gerry Feltman. Row Il--Miss Murbach, Christine Ritter, Aileen Harrison, Jean
Lowrie, Delores Bach, Lois' Marquardt, Ruth Weber, Jackie Hess, Jean Myers, Edythe Weaver, Miss Owen. Row Ill-Mary
Leonhardt, Mary Culver, Mary Lou Benington, Billie Jo Downey, Pat Angell, Virginia Holtfreter, June Baver, Pat Hawley, Shirley
Matteson, Mary Helen Seideman, Betty Wotring.
Row I-Delbert Fox, John Kirkpatrick, Mr. Lincke, Helen Leaman, Bonita Dilbone, Don Eberhard, Lola Martens. Row ll-Frank
Sherburne, Ronny Bowman, Don Kehr, Georgia Rite, Barbara Haye, Bob Leon, John Earlywine, Richard Gwinner. Row Ill-
Richard Heuerman, Don Lee, Ted Pleiss, Jerry Huebner, Shirley Steusloff, Rita Ludwig, Jack Needham, Gerald Brazeau.
"Where's my measuring cup?" "How many eggs?" "Who has the lens and where is the reel?" are the
cries we hear from rooms 122 and 234, where the Projection and Home Economics Clubs meet. This year as
in previous years, the Projection Club has presented an excellent program of visual education for the pupils, in
order that they might better understand the subjects they are studying. In addition to teaching the operation
of film and slide projectors, the club taught its members how to use the catalogues in ordering films and the
evaluation of pictures. The social activities included initiation and a skating party. "The Cat and the Canary"
sponsored by the Club, was shown March 2. The adviser Mr. Henry Lincke was assisted by Rita Ludwig,
president: Ted Pleiss, vice-president: Lucille Zinser, secretary: Barbara Haye, treasurer: Georgia Hite, sergeant-
To form a connecting link between the home and the school is the object of the Home Economics Club. This
they have accomplished not only by studying the latest styles in home decoration but also by learning how to
prepare food. The girls, however, have not forgotten the all important fun. A roast was held at Walbridge Park
in October and later in December the Home Economic girls of Waite joined our Home Economic girls to hold a
merry Christmas Party in Libbey. The officers, lris Ganun, president: Mary Leonhardt, vice-president: May
Roadwiler, secretary: Dorothy Garber, treasurer: Mary Lou Flowers, reporter, were directed by the able advisers
Miss Murbach, Miss Wylie, and Miss Owen.
HOME ECONOMIC CLUB AND PROJECTION CLUB
Row 14Mary Christy, Virginia Barnhiser, lris Ganun, Joan Fitzgerald, Wilma Scheffert, Juanita Hartford, Jackie Ness, Dolores
Bach, Carol Hill. Row II-Barbara Sowry, Doris Barnes, Mary Thomas, Shirley Raitz, Dorothy Benson, Joyce Whitney, Beatrice
Drabik, Judy Shunk, Mary Kroft. Row III-Phyllis Miller, June Lee, Ivalo Pommeranz, Evelyn Kerns, Letha Busick, Joanne Hill,
Ruth lgnasiak, June Sowry. Row IV-Erma Lee Lorentz, Joanne Zelt, Marilyn Palmer, Shirley Breitner, Doris Harris, Pat Walter,
Leota Walter, Carol Fluebush, Ruth Dybala.
Row l-Carlton Heckrotte, Bob Kaiser, Don Kline, Mr. Lynn, Bill Weit, Bruce Bashore, Wallace Christner, Bill Heater. Row ll-
R. C. Young, Jack Biebesheimer, Roger Henry, Richard Gwinner, Hillis McKenzie, Dick Dunham, George Beard, Harold Clark,
Cooperation, recreation, and relaxation! Yes, these alert and energetic sons and daughters of Libbey have
learned the sport of competition. Social events were eliminated in the Chess Club in order that the boys might
devote more time to their tournament games. The games arranged among the members lasted for three months.
At the end of that period the boys were ready to compete with boys from other schools. DeVilbiss was their
first opponent. Mr. Lynn not only advised this group, but also encouraged them to develop skill and more mental
activity. Officers for the year were Bob D. Kaiser, president: Hillis McKenzie, vice-president, and Bill Heater,
The Girls' Athletic Association, too, devoted most of its time to strenuous physical exercise rather than social
activity. Both Basketball and Volleyball tournaments were held after school and offered much stiff competition
for the opposing teams. Early in the year a Basketball Party was held at DeVilbiss, at which these girls had a
romping good time and made a good showing. A bicycle hike to Side-Cut Park was another event given by the
Girls' Athletic Association. The advisers of the group, Miss Maher and Miss Atwell, stimulated in the girls good
sportsmanship, leadership, and high ideals for healthful living. The officers for the year were Dorothy Roe,
president: Ruth Dybala, vice-president: Letha Busick, secretary: and Pat Walter, treasurer.
G.A.A. AND CHESS CLUB
Row I--Iris Fuqua, Ramona Leggett, Myrna Snyder, Ruth Haase, Doris Barnes, Lois Tussing, Mary Jane Hess, Joanne Cook.
Row Il-Joanne Hill, Ivalo Pommeranz, Nancy Chatham, Lois Lindou, Miss Pickard, Joan Helms, Donna Whiteman, Irene Fisher,
Nancy Lee.. Row lll-Leo4G-ampbell, .RalphgHeuerma-n,.-W-illiarn"'Stader,e -Bruce -Bashore, Tom Coulter, Robert Mower, Kenneth
Skiver, Bill Fauble.
Row I-Jim Cardwell, Jim Hedges, Pat Walter, Evelyn Kerns, Letha Busick, Joseph Stader, Peter Ruble, Bill Strant. Row ll-
Betty Dobres, Mary Spiroff, Doris Harris, Jessie DeFrain, Miss Fiedler, Lois Longberry, Charlotte Brockway, Patricia Quinn,
Ruth Dybala. Row lll-James Torrent, Bill Heater, Jack Biebesheimer, Dick Huffman, Bob Kemper, John Morris, David Musgrave,
Bob Sitzenstock, Tom Rigney.
The Biology Club has done a wonderful job this year, not only of creating interest in nature, but also, in
acquainting the students with the birds, animals, and insects of our surroundings. To promote interest in
practical and recreational phases of biology is the purpose of the club. Through its efforts this organization has
received membership in the Toledo Naturalist Society and The Science Clubs of America. ln connection with
the club's piogram of study, Miss Florence Gates gave a talk on Christmas Greens. Herbert Ramsdell, home
from the Pacific War Theatre, acquainted the members with the plants and animals of the South Seas. A
movie, "Scientists of Tomorrow," was presented.
The fun-filled social calendar got off to a flying start early in the year with a picnic and initiation at Walbridge
Park in October. In November, the annual skating party was held at Memorial Hall. The Biology Club spent a
day at the Bowling Green Science Day, an exhibit in which every high school in the state is represented. To
close their many social events for the year was the final picnic held in May. Under the most efficient guidance
of Miss Fiedler and Miss Pickard, the advisers, the Biology Club has risen to new heights this year with its
varied program of science and friendly social events. Leading the club were: William Heater, president: Ruth
Haase, vice-president: Ruth Dybala, secretary, and Richard Huffman, treasurer.
THE BIOLOGY CLUB
Row l-Beverly Cole, Vivian Speweik, Charlotte Sablowski, Evelyn Sankiewicz, Catherine Boyer, Shirley Miller, June Rogers,
Helen Benson. Row ll-Shirley Kiburtz, Nina Wittich, Joann Blankenhagen, Arlene Flory, Mrs. Houser, Jo Ann Cook, Lois Holtz,
Josephine Cuttaia, Ramona Salzwedel. Row lll-Doris Wilcox, Pat Cothern, Mary Lou Cothern, Jeannine Siegel, Doris Gockerman,
Jean Kasch, Helen Ellerman, Betty Callahan, Margie Savage. Row IV-Helen Trost, Marian Papenfus, Marilyn Schaliz, Thelma
Frank, Barbara Schneider, Jo Ann Beck, Marie Daley, Marilyn Trumpy, Joyce Whitney.
Row l-Nancy Hendricks, Martha Jimison, Wilma Scheffert, Kathleen Marry, Rhoda Lehr, Ruth Zimmer, Ruth Hemsoth, Jack
Tanalski, Jim Gladieux. Row ll-Yvonne Sandys, Lois Ann Knitt, Donna Hehl, Ruth Biggs, Helen Schnir, Helen Dryden, Audrey
McRoplus, Marian Hoover. Row Ill-Rose Seitz, Doris Brouse, Glenna Reinlein, Pat Foley, Mr. Osgood, Jane Seitz, Barbara Kells,
Wanda Bechler, Erleen Becker. Row IV-Antoinette Saccucci, Ellen 0'HaIIoran, Helen Revill, Patty Path, Mary Stophlet, Beverly
Walters, Wilma Kil, Georgine McClain.
High spirited and fun-loving, the enthusiastic members of the Commercial Club merrily rolled up their
sleeves and pitched in to chalk up another busy and delightful season. By holding a series of spirited discus-
sions during the year the organization ably carried out its main objective, which is to further interest in business
education, to induce students to enter business course, and to help people find jobs through commercial
experiences. Much of the success of this program is to be credited to the clubs energetic advisers, Mrs. Mary O.
Houser and Mr. John Osgood.
All work and no play would be a dull diet for anyone: thus the Commercial Club included in its schedule a
well-rounded social calendar which was initiated by a jolly Christmas party December thirteenth. Careful not
to neglect the financial side of their organization, the members all assisted Marilyn Trumpy with the ever
popular fudge and cookie sale held in the main hall on December twentieth. Next on the program was an
open skating party at which the whole school spent an evening of rollicking amusement. Winding up their
whirl of activities for the season, the club's spring banquet for the newly elected members gave the seniors a
beautiful memory to carry with 'them as they left school to make their place in the world of business. A great
help in the social and business program were the well chosen cabinet members who were Joan Cook, president,
Evelyn Sankiewicz, vice-president: Lois Holtz, secretary: and Joyce Whitney, treasurer.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
1-Doesn't Don look proud of Kate? 2-Ina and Walter are having a grand time at their last Senior Prom. 3-Dim lights and soft
music make a perfect night for George and Pat. 4-Dorothy, Jean, Norma and Pat are Libbey's vivacious and pert majorettes.
5-Jim and Don proudly display their work. Will they fly, boys? 6-Bob is enjoying his job while Ray and Jim look on. 7-Phyllis
helps boost the campaign. 8-Mr. Fast gives a helping hand to Lawrence.
DR. CHARLES H. WILLIAMS
Since the opening of Libbey there has been one
patron who has been outstanding in his generosity
to and interest in everything that our school has
attempted. That man is Dr. Charles H. Williams,
the brother of our principal. His loyalty and devotion
to Libbey have been unfailing. Because of his own
cultural zeal, he has stimulated the student body
to be alert to those qualities that promote scholar-
ship and leadership: and to reward such effort he
has provided year after year rewards that have
been commensurate with such student effort. ln
sports also he has ever been the sponsor of the best
of every activity. The magnificent trophies in Libbey
attest to his interest and munificence, and happy
are the students who receive the Charles H.
Williams award. Our gratitude to him is boundless
and our wish for his welfare and happiness is
equally as great as his kindness and generosity to
us has been.
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COACH JAMES ,ORWIG
In spite of public opinion, Coach Orwig and his
boys proved to football fans, that the complicated
T-formation could be successfully carried out by
a high school. Once again he has turned out a
championship team, a fact which in itself proves
his ability as coach. Throughout the season he was
constantly on the job, training, coaching, and en-
couraging his boys in the difficult task set before
them. His efforts were rewarded at the end of the
season when Libbey High claimed the title of Ohio
State Champions. Indeed, we of Libbey are proud
of the results our coach has achieved through
his tireless efforts to put Libbey on top. To you,
Mr. Orwig, go our wholehearted congratulations
and wishes for future success.
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DR. R. C. YOUNG
Behind every successful sports program there is a director
whose business lies in a multitude of activities that require
careful planning and painstaking execution. The work of
such directing at Libbey is in the capable hands of Charles
R. Martin, whose tact and geniality added to his efficiency,
enable him to keep the machinery of a difficult department
rolling easily and smoothly. In addition to drawing up the
schedules of all sports for 1944-45, Mr. Martin produced
again an excellent series of football programs that gave
much favorable publicity to our school. Working as assistant
to the Director of Athletics, Orville V. Henrion continued his
work of bookkeeping, ticket checking, and equipment man-
aging. The value of both Mr. Martin and Mr. Henrion in- all
that pertains to athletics and sports at Libbey is recognized
and appreciated by everyone.
Even great brawn and muscle needs a lift occasionally, and
thus it is very important that every athletic department
include the service of well-trained and sympathetic medicos
who will keep the boys in fine physical condition during all
the seasons of sports. During the past year Libbey was again
fortunate enough to have the services of Dr. R. C. Young
and Dr. R. D. Ladd. Throughout many years both of these
men have made many friends among our athletes and are
loyal boosters of Libbey.
CHARLES R. MARTIN ORVILLE V. HENRION
Athletic Director Graduate Manager
Everyone remembers the old saying "Because of a nail a
shoe was lost!" and thinks of it as being synonomous with
carelessness in small matters. But Libbey has no such
lack of attention to training from the beginning in matters
athletic. Our strong varsity teams are not lucky accidents
but the product of carefully laid groundwork on the part of
a capable coaching staff who work young athletes from the
raw material stage to the hardy veterans who build up
championship records for South Side Toledo. Acting as head
varsity coach for the second of a record smashing year in
football as well as making a fine showing in varsity basket-
ball, Bill Orwig continued to pile laurels up for Libbey. As
Line Coach, Al Jeffery did a creditable job and did more than
his share of work throughout the season. Bus Harding and
Ben Jeffery, Al's brother who teaches at Macomber Voca-
tional, were efficient and hard pounding Lightweight
Coaches. Aiding in the instruction of the famous T-forma-
tion, Bob Snyder proved a great aid to Libbey. Fall and
Spring found Coach Bill Everhart lining up his sprinters for
their work and honors in track and cross-country. Bill also
served efficiently as manager of equipment. The indoor and
outdoor prowess of Coach Spackey's Bowling Team and
Golf Team have also brought honors to Libbey. lt's a great
bunch of coaches we have with not a hitch in the line. Our
athletics are good because the coaches are good!
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BOB CARMEN JOHN SARCHIZ GEORGE WALBOLT
Libbey's Golden Cowboys
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HERB LOEHRKE BREITNER
steamed through nine opponents in
successfully completing one of the finest seasons in the history of the
school. Unbeaten and untied throughout the 1944 schedule, Libbey
winning the city championship, but also
ranked as the outstanding team in the state. Accomplishments like
these can only be brought about by long sessions of hard work with
the coaches and a spirit of loyalty on the part of the team.
Libbey's first victory was at the expense of Waite with a score of 7 to 0
Krall. Much credit for the win also must
be given to the line who played a great defensive game in holding the
Waite backfield from scoring. Scott was the next team to step into
the Cowboys' path and once more Libbey came out the victor by a
score of 20 to 0. Co-captain lVlomsen's defensive play was outstanding
in this game as well as in the other games during the year, combining
speed and power with a good passing attack. Libbey coasted to a
convincing 25 to 13 victory over a strong Irish team. Outstanding line
performances were turned in the game by NlcNeil, Black, and Collins.
The Cowboys steamrollered through another opponent by beating
Woodward 26 to 6. The hard playing of Rizzo was the feature of the
night, for it was his last game before leaving for the Navy, which was
a great loss to the team. The most important game of the season
followed, and after a slow start our team again came through with
flying colors, defeating Waite 35 to 14 in one of the hardest fought
games of the year. Brilliant open field running' of co-captain Krall
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JOHN RIZZO BOB KEHOLM PHIL SAMSEY DON GRAY JERRY KRALL JOE KOWALEWSKI
highlighted the game when he scored three touchdowns on long runs
of 91, 78, and 24 yards. Again Scott went down at the hands of the
Libbey teaniforthe second thne thh yean thh tune to the score of
26 to 6. Rothschild who had just stepped up to take Rizzo's place, and
Gray the left end played well in this victory. Central next tried to knock
our team from the undefeated ranks, but we literally ran wild and set
Central back 33 to 7. The quarter-backing of Sarchiz, the running of
Krall, and defensive play of Momsen, were the margin between victory
and defeat. The hard running by Jennings and Breitner, plus the
support of Walbolt on the line, did much to aid in the victory over
VVoodvvard vvho put up a stubborn batHe but vvere defeated 26 to 0.
ln the last game of the season Libbey engaged DeVilbiss in the annual
Thanksgiving Day game. The team ran wild: and although DeVilbiss
put up a good fight at some parts of the game, the Cowboys won by
the wide margin of 41 to 6. ln playing their last game of football of
their high school career the seniors played a great game all the way.
Much of the credit for this year's remarkable record is due to the
coaches Orwig and Jeffery, and also to Bob Snyder who introduced
the "T" formation to Libbey this past year. The excellent physical
condition and mental attitude of the players resulted from the hard
work of the coaches as well as from the loyalty of the team.
Libbey was also honored this year in having Tony Momsen and Jerry
Krall chosen by the sports writer on the all State teams and Ed MeNeiI
receiving honorable mention. '
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Jennings, Max Rothschild. . -
Coach Jeffery, Sam Ferris, Jack Snyder, Cloyce Clark, Joe Kawalewski, Pete Hart, Bill Fuerst, Rubel
Carl Kinker, Bill Path, Herb Loehrke, Harry Coleman, Don Black, Bob Carmen, Jerry Manz, Cliff
Coach Orwig, Melvin Breitner, Bob Ratajozak, George Walloolt, Don Gray, Tony Momsen, Ed McNeil,
Gordon Murray, Phil Samsey. 1
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Fullerfllack Wainwright,lJoe Schmul, Clifford Kujawa.
Coach Harding, Ted Sipe, Don Calvin, Joe Taberner, Richard Zink, Bob Braun, Bob Simpson, Bill
Trost, Bob Kiuja, Jack Johns.
Don Ramsey, Max Save, Frank Mensing, John Monetta, Bob Noethen, Louis Neitling, Edward
LaBeau, Eugene Sund, Owen Lowe, Douglas Arend.
Bob Ball, Jerry Lorenzen, Tom Schoettley, Harry Broadway, Bob Branyon, Ted Arend, Bob Momsen,
David Wandtke, Ted Strance, Ralph Heuerman, George Miley.
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Swish! and another basketball season is under way. After getting
off to a slow start, the Libbey quintet started rolling, and by mid-season
had hit their stride. Winning seven and losing five games of their regular
city schedule, plus coming in as runner-up in the district, built up a
very successful season for Coach Orwig and his boys. The Cowboys
started off the season by dropping the first game to Woodward, 38 to
21. Undiscouraged however, Libbey turned on the steam and won
victories over Waite and Central 32 to 27 and 45 to 39. Macomber and
Scott proved pretty tough material and Libbey was beaten 56 to 23
and 37 to 27. In winning the DeVilbiss game 39 to 32, Libbey ended
the half-way mark with three victories and three losses. The Cowboys
did much better in the second round, losing only to Woodward and
Macomber 39 to 27 and 35 to 26 respectively. The Libbey quintet,
with spirits high, crashed through the next four opponents, defeating
Waite 32 to 30: Central 49 to 425 Scott 28 to 24: and DeVilbiss 34 to
25. Playing in the district tournament the Cowboys won victories over
DeVilbiss and Scott which brought us up against Nlacomber for the
championship. The championship battle was a nip-and-tuck affair for
three quarters. However, in the final quarter the rangy Craftsmen
pulled steadily ahead and came out the winner, Libbey receiving
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Row I-Bob Sarchiz, John Earlywine, Mr. Jeffery,
Paul Phillips, Rier Smith. Row ll--Dick Bartell,
Tom Zawodni, Charles Bourquin. Dick Heuerman,
Jack Patterson, Joe Schmuhl.
Row I-Russ Crossman, Bill Trost, Ray Gregory
Mr. Jeffery, Bob Coffey, Jerry Palmer, Manager.
Row Il-Jim Fenner, Bob Momsen, Eugene Sund,
Walter Goetting, Ted Arend, Ray Phillips, Douglas
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Row I-Reggie McGee, Johnny Sarchiz, Mr. Jeffery, Bob Maher, Herman Honeck, Manager. Rowe Il-Bill
Toepfer, Melvin Young, Tony Momsen, Bill Fuerst, Rubel Ashley.
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Row I-Dick Langa, Norm Surowieo, IVlr. Spackey, Richard Michalski, Bud Krause, George Gors. Row ll
Jim Woods, Florian Kwapich, Al Sniegowski, Doug Koder, Phil Greenberg, Bill Path, Carl Pietrykowski.
Row I-Reggie McGee, Bill Nlyers. Fred Basinger, Jack Quinlivan. Row Il-Mr. Everhart, Arnold Erdman, Alfred
Sniegowski, Art Harvey, Jack Baker.
Row 1-Reggie McGee, Malcolm Shaw, Dick Zink, Ted Bey, Glen Bowsher, Arnold Erdman. Row II-Rubel
Ashley, Harry Coleman, John Monetta, Jerry Krall, Tom NIcConihay, Carl Johns. Row III-George Miley, Walter
Ooetting, Tony Momsen, Mr. Everhart.
1-Hold that pose, Hobie, Bob, and Don! 2-Piggyback riding at your age, boys! 3-Max Rothschild, our superman. 4-Some grip,
Don and Bob! 5-Over you go, say Ted Sander and Jack Ellis. 6-Here comes the medicine ball. 7-Max again shows us his
muscle. 8-Rope-climbing James Turner and Dave Musgrave.
1-Th:-1t's perfect balance, Jack and Frank. 2-Two good men are using their heads-eh, Ted and Walter? 3-Charles and John are
ready for that starting gun. 4-To Paul and Eugene, first aid is a pushover. 5-Lester practices while Ken and Jack watch. 6-
Guard that man, Don!
1--Mary really looks sick! 2-A tense moment as Pat and Wilma start the game. 3-Doris helps Wilma up and over. 4-The snake
relay is successfully carried out by Letha and Shirley. 5-Medicine balls build muscle for Wilma, Ruth, and Ruth. 6-A friendly
cock fight between Latha and Joanne. 7-Ruth makes quite a catch!
1-Conditioning exercises demonstrated by Wilma and Doris. 2-A perfect shoulder stand by June and Barbara. 3-On your mark!
4-Who shot the buIl's eye, Shirley or Doris? 5-Volleyball skills prove useful to Evelyn and Pat. 6-Keep the ball close to the
stick, Doris. 7-Too late. Ruth is a most efficient baseman.
MRS. DELLA WILLIAMS PAINE
A Libbey Song Writer
Loyal friend of Libbey, eager to participate in any activity that promotes the
progress of our school, Mrs. Della Williams Paine, the writer of our school
songs, will always hold the admiration and affection of us all.
The Blue And Gold.
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come out "negative" or "positive," Phyllis? 4--Some of our typical studious students. 5-We are the Western Avenue Gang: Ray,
Bob, Vito and Don. 6-The steady two-somes: John and Jean, Tom and Noralee. 7--Eating outside is against the rules, kids.
Shame! Shame! 8-Gerry,'Barb, Bill, and Arm work feverishly before the dead line.
Window Shades Linoleum
Acme Window Shade Company Compliments
114 MAIN STREET A Friend
Phone TAy1or 3292 NA B
Venetian Blinds Paints I
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BUD 8: LUKES 5 E RV' C E
FOR GOOD FOOD AND CLEAN FUN
Madison and 20th
AT ITS BEST
The 0. R. BIINDT 00.
Medical Bldg. 314 Michigan ADams 5141
Professional Bldg 2366 Monroe AD ms S286
Toledo Blue Print 81 Paper Co.
Swan Creek Lumber Eompang
S U P P L I E S QUALITY MILLWORK
Engineer : Architect : Artist : Draftsman LUMBER and HARDWARE
316 Superior Street TOLEDO, OHIO MAin 1211 226 City Park
Thirst stops here
Member Floral Telegraph Delivery
Mary A. Warnipng
1-Joyce and. Max welcome the Reverend Hughes at our last Lenten Service. 2-The way to a man's heart. Oh, Erma and Maxine!
3-Clever dress makers, yes indeed!! Margaret, May, Dorothy, Dottie, and Pat. 4-The Top Six of the Senior Class: Elaine, Elaine,
Jackie, Gloria, Paul and Clarence. 5-A pledge work-out: Shirley, Rose,Sue, Mary,JoAnne and Pat. 6-Raymie and LaVerne. Caught in
a moment of surprise. 7-Plaid shirts are the rage. Don, Ken, Wayne, Gerald, Frank, and Phil think so. 881.9-Pigtails-fore and aft.
GEORGE WAKE, Proprietor
Official Photographers for the Edelian 1945
515 Madison Avenue MAin 1571
Toledo Heights Pharmacy O
1528 Wesfem Avenue Dr. Herbert Weehrle, U.U
Phone WA1bridge 4766
TOLEDO, OHIO X'
1-They planned a perfect Prom! 2-An Art Project. 3-Have you seen Mary in her new coat? 4-Just try to pass Mr. Spackey
without his seeing you. 5-The Junior Class Officers! Pres. Ed, Sec. Pat: V. Pres. Phyllis, Serg't-at-arms, Ralph. 6-Father Vorder-
burg and daughter Frances smile for the birdie. 7-Who are the two you always find laboring at the stationery desk? Ralph and
Bob. 8-The thirst for science.
We at The Home Building and Savings Company-902 Broadway at Segur-have completed more
than a half a century of service-and wish to congratulate the members of the 21st graduating class
of Libbey High School.
Many former students. their parents and the staff
The Home for advice and service over this 21-year
You. like your fathers and mothers. will some day
to take this step. we will be glad to consider your
of your parents. your school staff and many of your
of this great institution oi learning have come to
period-a fact of which we are very proud.
want to own your own home. When you are ready
application for a home loan iust as we have those
former school mates.
Your Home Loan Belongs at The Home.
THE HOME ?.H'L?313'5?.:3. EQWEZ 895
Wall's Drug Store
1132 Broadway at Western
THE McMANUS-TROUP co.
Printers : Stationers
Complete Office Outfitters
713-715 Iefierson Avenue
BIRKENKAMP FUNERAL ll0ME
Cortland at Iervis
Mrs. Will Birkenkamp , Phone
Alva D. Underwood ADams 61 18-61 19
CLEANERS and DYERS
1013 Starr Avenue TAylor 3042
Pizza's Clean Clothes Clean
WE OWN AND OPERATE OUR
M C I N T I R E ' S
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES
Sales and Service
Why not prepare for one of the numerous
positions now open in the Government or in
industry? Business-trained women
are in great demand.
SUMMER OPENINGS: Iune 5. Iune 19. Iuly 10
24 Years on Broadway ftdf
Business College 339 Huron Street
Private Secfxarial School Phone MAin 7274
AIDUIH-S Broadway Huron and Adams
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good one, Mary. 3-Planners of a perfect year for the senior class: Porky, Dot, Ed, and Joyce. 4-Elaine, Bonnie, and Phayes pass
out work to Dot, Bill, Noralee, and Virginia. 5-Professor Dunlap enjoys his luncheon presented by the Latin Honor Society. 6-One
of our many speakers of the year, Major Edmans.
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OWENS -ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY
KODAK FILMS PHOTO DEVELOPING
Compliments C, G, P0pQ
50 to 51.00
Original Potato Chips Besfwishes
MADE BY The .M. Jones Company
Americcfs Oldest Potato
1105 Dorr Street ADams 6291
1-Renza snaps Doris, Anna, Francis, Arlene, Jim, Bob and Charles. 2-Treva will file your card. 3-Football managers: Marty,
Mr. Everhart, Herman, Don, Cliff, and Jerry. 4-The Zet choir: Nancy, Bonnie, Barbara, Nellie, Helen, Lois, Peggy, Rose, Shirley,
Jean and Barbara. 5-Beverly lends a helping hand. 6-Our boy Bob, on Saturday. 7-Our loyal cheerleaders! 8-Antionette
advertises the Zet dance.
A. C. WALTER
D. C. WALTER Phone ADams 4105
EUMMUNITY TRACTION COMPANY
MAKES ALERT MINDS
The Doctors Say:
"Drink a Quart of Fresh
Milk Every Day"
lndustrial, Educational, Medical
Ph Equipment Incubators
Water Stills Sterilizers
CHEMICAL - REAGENTS
Rupp Sz Bowman Co.
2nd Floor 317 Superior Street
COMPLETE DRUG 6: PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
Drug Sundries-Fountain Refreshments
SEELlG'S DRUG STORE
1732 Arlington Avenue
A LIBBEY BOOSTER
THE VITAIVIIN HOUSE OF TOLEDO
Saves You 252 to 502 On
All Type Vitamin Capsules
We Will Glczdly Compare
CONTENTS with NAME BRANDS
330 N. Erie of-I Adams
"Our Mission in Life is to Serve Well"
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I One Half Century ot Service
, ,I Y . ' 2310 Iefferson Avenue TOLEDO, OHIO
-to do lots of work for you and clo it well,
at small cost . . . Like any good worker, all
I ask is good tools . . . So take good care of
those precious electric' upplirutves so I can
do my best!
REDDY KILLOIVA TT
Your Electric- Servant
TYPEWRITERS ? ?
Yes - For Rental Only - Till "Uncle Sam"
Releases Them Again! Meanwhile
Call On Us For
SERVICE AND SUPPLIES
319 Erie Street Phone MAin 3211
C 1- t f Students and Faculty
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1940 Wayne Street
Toledo Artcralt 0.
129 N. Erie Street
GERTRUDE C. DUNN, Mgr.
South and Spencer
Libbey Students Like to Make
Emch Pharmacy Their Drug
ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONS
N. S. LARSEN
1444 South Street
H. SWICKARD 6: SON
Treasure - - - Craft Jewelers
CLASS RINGS - CLASS PINS
Designers and Manufacturers of the
WorId's Finest School Jewelry
Main Ofiice and Plant
Eastern Division Headquarters
627 Union Commerce Bldg.
Wrziirkrr illunvral lannw
137-139 Maumee Avenue
Phone MAin 7171
Remember .... The Rexall Drug Store
For the Best Values in Town .
1917 Wayne at Fearing
1226 Broadway 968 South
MAin 3835 MAin 1084
Bug B. Simmons Hardware
307 So. Detroit Avenue
Joe I. Cooper
Flowers With Personality
We Telegraph Flowers - Members of F. T. D.
The Educational Supply Co.
PRINTING - ENGRAVING
The South Side Lumber Company
Superivr THE WASHABLE THIN WATER PAINT
Lumber - Millwork .
425 Earl Street 1307 Prouty Avenue S
TAylor 1401 ADams 7168 GA. 4994 Iefferson and Summit
A BETTER IOB
Picture yourself in an attractive. modern office-with pleasant associates-good pay. post-war security, and opportunity ior
advancement. Positions with these advantages are open to Comptometer School Graduates. Become a iigurework specialist
by enrolling in the short. intensive course at the Comptometer School. You may phone or write ior detailed literature.
H. W. MORRISON. Mgr.
I-0-0-P. B1-Iildinq M1-Tin 8421 17th and Monroe Streets
WAlbridqe 4225 NU-ENAMEL PAINTS AND ACCESSORIES
MELLE FLOOR COVERING SERVICE
Contractor and Designer of Resilient Floors
Linoleum and Asphalt Tile Laid and Cemented
WARREN MELLE 1596 South Avenue, TOLEDO. OHIO
SEALTEST ICE CREAM and REAL FRUIT SHERBERT
WIRICK VARIETY STORE
1408 South Street - WA. 0210
GIFTS - N OTIONS - CANDY
WANT T0 WORK THIS SUMMER?
Students . . . Teachers
NEEDED FOR WAR WORK
Apply Employment Office
THE ELECTRIC MITO-LITE CUMPANY
Champlain at Mulberry Streets. Toledo. Ohio
Office Hours 5:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. - Monday through Saturday
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When you're making those post-graduation plans,
think of the telephone industry. Here's a business,
vital in peace and war, full of interesting and exciting
jobs for ambitious girls. Come in and talk it over.
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