Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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We . fa A 6 tis LA vw 3 -X Q 3 W if W A - ---' f W W A A ,:,:,.,.,.,,.,.A:,, , . kg W' , ' R Q Q 5 Q 4 if U, nf N :P - I'VE GOT MY EYE ON YOU! I s a i 1 1 J' 474,93 M foe 71 FAMOUS IA TIN EXHIBIT! K PICTURES TURN INT 0 ENGRA VING CUTS! A TENSE M0 MENT AT RARY THE MIKE? i 'iw .32 mwmm ev , M SERVICE DEIUXE! EDEIIAN BIG BUSINESS! PING IN TUNE! 1 1'-" PUBLIC SPEAKERS LISTEN AND LEARN TESY IN R ou mm vuwDAY L PRACTICING THE AGE OLD ART! 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 E m 15 if si ,, 3, S 5 S scam Nw 959. QS ll FK: W 4,7 F0 If MEI DEDICATION Principal Harold E. Williams was educated in Adrian High School, Michigan State Normal at Ypsilanti, and the University of Michigan where he was honored by being elected to Phi 'Beta Kappa. At Michigan also he was a member of the faculty as an instructor of American History. Graduate study at Michigan and Columbia Universities and extensive travel in the United States and in Europe helped to enrich Mr. Williams in background and experience. Held in high esteem in the community, our principal is affiliated with religious, educational, and fraternal groups to each of which he has contributed outstanding service. As a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church, the Kiwanis Club, the Principals' Club, the Toledo Teachers', Ohio State, and National Education Associations, he has constantly been an arduous worker. In the Masonic Order his progress has been magnificent. He has been Master of Pyramid Lodge No. 701 F81AM, Master of Toledo Council No. 33 R8iSM, thrice Potent Master of Miami Lodge of Perfec- tion, Scottish Rite. He has also been a member of Zenobia Shrine and a Thirty-Second Degree Mason. In 1934 he was greatly distinguished by having conferred upon him in Boston the title of Thirty-Third Degree in Masonry. At present he is Commander-in-Chief of the Toledo Consistory. Mr. Williams' experience as principal began in Fremont, Michigan, to be carried on later at Woodward Manual Training School in Toledo, where he won state-wide notice for his ability to deal successfully with problem boys. ln T919 he opened Woodward Technical High School, retaining the Manual Training School as the Junior High Department. In T923 when Libbey High School was started, he became its first principal and has built it into the fine organization which it is today. As an educator and an executive, Mr. Williams has no peer. His interest in and affection for young people is immeasurable. With all of his difficult work as an administrator, he has always sponsored the Hi-Y Clubs and been active in YMCA affairs. His personal magnetism and un- usual eloquence of speech have won for him the praise and enthusiasm of audiences throughout the city and the state. Steadfast in his ideals of Christian living, helpful and loyal to his teachers and his friends, patient and wise, and kind to every student entrusted to his care, Mr. Williams has made the name of Libbey admired and respected everywhere. It is, therefore, with profound gratitude and deep affection and a constant, fervent prayer that he be restored to health, that the Senior Class of 1946 dedicate this Edelian to our greatly loved Principal, Harold E. Williams. HAROLD E. WILLIAMS EDWARD L. BOWSHER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS With the hope of a finer Toledo fast becoming a reality, the community at large is eagerly anticipating the constructive reorganization of the city's educational program. The past year has ushered into our system unusual programs in adult education, better methods of adiustment for retarded pupils, opportunities for veterans to continue their schooling, and experiments in international student contacts. The credit for this educational advancement is due largely to the efforts of our Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Edward L. Bowsher, whom we, the Senior Class of T946 of Libbey, salute for his progressive planning and forceful administration. HAROLD E. WILLIAMS PRINCIPAL OF LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL The past year has been a strange and sad one for all at Libbey but particularly for the seniors because of the prolonged and serious illness of our principal and friend, Mr. Williams. However, we have steadily endeavored to put into practice all the splendid ideals and instruction you have taught us so that the school might continue to be as fine as you would wish it. As we Seniors leave Libbey strengthened by your wonderful example of fortitude, patience, and wisdom, and inspired by the spiritual force of your tolerance and understanding, we extend to you our love and express our firm belief that you will return to your school and our school, Libbey! CORDY CROOK Editor-in-Chief WILMA SCHEFFERT Advertising Manager GERRY FELTMAN Circulation Manager REITA ANN ORTMANN Associate Editor TABLE Dedication . . 22 Superintendent E. L. Bowsher 24 Principal Harold E. Williams . 25 Deans . . 28 Acting Principal Loy Rusie . . 29 Non-educational Workers . 30 Office Personnel . . 31 Faculty . . . 32 Class OFficers and Committees . 42 Seniors 44 Salutatory . . 70 CCNTENTS Valedictory Classes . Snaps Clubs . Sports . . . Della Williams Paine . School Song . Womanless Wedding Snaps Girls' Athletic Association Ads . . Autographs 71 72 77 92 120 136 137 141 142 143 154 RUTH ANNE DUSHA CHARLES R. MARTIN GERTRUDE l. PAYNE MAUDE BROWN JOHN OSGOOD DEANS Maude Brown: Dean of Girlsp University of Toledo, B.S., M.A. John Osgood: Acting Dean of Boysy Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed.g Commercial Club Adviser. Doug Arend gets some tips from Mr. Osgood concerning college. Miss Brown advises Delores about her schedule for next year 28 l0Y W. RUSIE ACTING PRINCIPAL AND DEAN OF BOYS Wabash College, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A. - Congratulations to you, Mr. Rusie, on the successful completion of a diH'icuIt year. As Acting Principal of Libbey during the past year you have merited our admiration and our praise. We wish you well, indeed! NONEDUCATIONAL EMPLOYEES ENGINEERS-Mr. Urban Wangler, Mr. Leonard Kolaisnowski, Mr. Oscar Little, Mr. Garfield Harris. CAFETERIA-Row i-Mrs. Clare Meyer, Miss Catherine Mackin, Mrs. Georgiana Harris, Mrs. Anna Henderson, Mrs. Josie Creston, Mrs. Hazel Priest. Row 2-Miss Bonnie Hooven, Miss Elizabeth Wallace, Mrs. Irene Graves, Mrs. Helen Rawleigh, Mrs. Esther Ludwig, Mrs. Alice Schulz. CUSTODIANS-Row 'I-Mrs. Margaret Young, Mrs. Lucy Pitzen, Mrs. Lucille Pegish, Mrs. Joanne Johnson, Mrs. Martha Hauser. Row 2-Mr. Clyde Pratt, Mr. Carl Pier, Mr. Howard Carr, Mr. Ted Shmiel, Mr. William Burr. 1 f ,s . 1n1n1xp1 w'.1a..1sm-um .1-Mnmvlfmnngsanng -rm-.u. frvv OFFICE Acting Principal Rusie fries to solve aweighfy problem with the help of Mrs. Harmeyer. THE CHEERFUL CHERUBS OF THE OFFICE GLEEFULLY DO THEIR DAILY STINT! ROSCOE BAKER HISTORY JOHN W. FAST INDUSTRY WILLIAM EVERHART ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ COMMERCIAL HERMAN HARDWG BERNICE KRUEGER CHAIRMEN I FREDERICK VOSSLER MARGARET WAITE SCIENCE EVERYDAY LIVING MRS. PAULINE BURTON THERESA A1-COEHRS f,n.Q'Q0ZVVb HW' GRACE M. DeLlSLE MRS. PAULINE BLACK RUTH ALLEN ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES RUTH ALLEN: English, and Everyday Living, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A., Senior Friendship Club Adviser, Philathean Adviser, Student Council Adviser. MRS. PAULINE BLACK: English, University of Toledo, B.A. MRS. PAULINE BURTON: Latin, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A., American Academy in Rome, Latin Honor Society Adviser, Libbey Classical League Adviser. THERESA Kff.COEHRS: English and Spanish, University of Toledo, A.B., Spanish Club Adviser. GRACE M. DE LISLE: English, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A., Zetalethean Adviser. RUTH A. DUSHA: English, Ohio State University, A.B., Columbia University M.A., Periclean Adviser, "Edelian" Director, Student Council Adviser. WILLIAM E. EVERHART: English, Chairman of Department, Speech, Michigan State Normal, B.S. ALMA LOK: German, University of Toledo, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A. FLORENCE GERDES: English, University of Michigan, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., Philathean Adviser, "Crystal'f Adviser. RUTH A. DUSHA WILLIAM E. EVERHART ALMA LOK FLORENCE GERDES JEAN GILBERT GRACE IRWIN GERTRUDE KANNEY ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES JEAN GILBERT: English, Ohio State University, B.S., Sophomore Friendship Club Adviser. - GRACE IRWIN: English, Ohio Wesleyan, A.B., Junior Friendship Adviser. GERTRUDE KANNEY: English, University of Toledo, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A., Testing Officer. BERNICE KRUEGER BERNICE KRUEGER: French, Chairman of Languages, University of Michigan, B.A., M.A., French Club Adviser. VIRGINIA C. MAY: English, College of New Rochelle, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., French Club Adviser. ZOE G. SCOTT: English, Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. MARY E. RUSSELL: Spanish, Oberlin College, A.B., Universidad Nacional de Mexico, M.A., Spanish Club Adviser. GERTRUDE I. PAYNE: English and Commercial, University of Toledo, B.S., Snapshot Adviser for "Crystal" and "EdeIian." VIRGINIA C. MAY Yi 'Flush my GERTRUDE I. PAYNE MARY E. RUSSELL ZOE G. SCOTT ROSCOE BAKER ANGELA COSTIGAN AILEEN B. EBERTH ELLA FELLER HERMAN A. HARDING C. E. HOUSER KENNETH LE GRON WALTER B' YNN 1 MATHEMATICS AND HISTORY HERMAN A. HARDING: Mathematics, Chairman of De- partment, Heidelberg University, B.S., University of Mich- igan, M.A. C. F. HOUSER: Mathematics, Heidelberg University, B.S. KENNETH LE GRON: Mathematics, 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 M. COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Speech, Ohio State University, B.S., M.A., Dramatic Club Adviser. AILEEN B. EBERTH: Social Studies, Columbia University, B.S., M.A., Zetalethean Adviser, Libbey Classical League Adviser. ELLA FELLER: Social Studies, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A. MRS. ETHEL COLEMAN MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ GEORGE L. KIEFER CHARLES MARTIN COMMERCIAL AND HISTORY MRS. ETHEL COLEMAN: Commercial, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., B.S.S., Bowling Green, Kentucky. MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ: Commercial, Chairman of Depart- ment, Ohio State University, A.B., M.A., B.S. MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Commercial, Hiram College, B.A., M. Ed. University of Cincinnati, Gregg College, Com- mercial Club Adviser. 1 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 "EdeIian." GRACE HENDERSON: Social Studies, Ohio State Univer- sity, B.S. in Ed., Zetalethean Adviser. FLORENCE LUTTON: Social Studies, University of Toledo, A.B., M.A. LAWRENCE L. VANDER: Social Studies, University of To- ledo A.B., M.A., Forum Adviser, Hi-Y Adviser. MARGARET WAITE: Social Studies, University of Toledo, B.S., A.B. CLARK L. DIMLER: Commercial, Ohio Northern University, . l MRS. MARY O. HOUSER GRACE HENDERSON FLORENCE LUTTON ,f - 1 .1 , f ' ,f7?f, .514-!f,4Vf,,. ' B.S. in Ed. Toledo University, M.A. fNot in illustration.l J LAWRENCE L. VANDER MARGARET WAITE FREDERICK VOSSLER FRANCIS D. BOYLE LYDIA FIEDLER H. W. LINCKE ELZA SPACKEY LASETTA PIC KARD CHARLES W. WEINSTOCK SCIENCE FRANCIS D. BOYLE: Science, Marietta College, A.B. LYDIA FIEDLER: Science, Grinnell College, B.S., Michigan University, M.S., Biology Club Adviser. H. W. LINCKE: Science and Projection, University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A. LASETTA PICKARD: Science, University of Toledo, Univer- sity of Michigan, A.B., M.A., Biology Club Adviser. CHARLES ROBINSON: Science, Miami University, B.S. in Ed. CNot in illustrationj ELZA SPACKEY: Science, Ohio State University and Bowl- ing Green University, B.S.E., Golf Coach, Tennis Coach, Cheer Leader Director, Bowling Coach. FREDERICK VOSSLERA: Science, Chairman of Department, University of Rochester, B.S. CHARLES W. WEINSTOCK: Science, Marietta College, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A. in Ed. WILLIAM R. ALEXANDER JOHN W. FAST INDUSTRY WILLIAM R. ALEXANDER: Machine Shop. 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. EDWARD E. PACKER: Drafting and Joinery, University of Toledo, B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Architectural MEI-VIN MORTIMER EDWARD E' PACKER CIub Adviser, Vocational Counselor. C. T. ROSENBERG: Foundry. CARL STERLING: Machine Drafting. C. T. ROSENBERG CARL STERLING ISLA B. OWEN MARGARET SHEPARD H ELEN E. WYLIE MARY ANN DAVIS ELEANORE MURBACH HOME ECONOMICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 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. MARGARET H. SHEPARD: Home Economics, Ohio State University, B.S. HELEN E. WYLIE: Home Economics, Ohio State University, B.S., Home Economics Club Adviser. MARY ANN DAVIS: Physical Education, Bowling Green, B.S. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education, Ohio Wesleyan, A.B. ALBERT JEFFERY: Physical Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Football Coach, Varsity Basketball Coach, Freshman Basketball Coach, Lightweight Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach. KATHERINE MAHER: Physical Education, Michigan State Normal College, B.S., Girls' Athletic Association Adviser, "L" Girls Adviser. EULA H. UPP: Physical Education, Ohio State University, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A. INot in illustration., DONALD FISHER ALBERT JEFFERY KATHERINE MAHER HEALTH DEPARTMENT 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, Summer 1915. MARY KELSO LIBRARY MRS. DORCAS KRUSE: Librarian, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. MRS. DORCAS KRUSE MUSIC H. L. McCLURE: Music, B.S. in Musical Education, Indiana State Teachers College M.S. in Education I.S.T.C. ART HAZEL E. BARTLEY: Fine Arts, Columbia University, B.S., "Lib" Adviser. CNot in illus- l "C"lO"'l H. L. MCCLURE OFFICE 1 r MRS. DOLLY HARMEYER LAURA MENTZER MARY SHINAVER RUTH ROADWILER , Zi f J gf? , ,W 1,-1. 1 "mx E I R S HELEN ACKER: Intelligence is guiding her to a fine university. LORAINE ACKER: Peggy's enioyment ot reading, at college she'II be needing. GLORIA ADAMS: To be a lab technician is her ambition. Friendship 2, Biology 2, Classical League 3, Jr. Red Cross 'I, Girls' Athl. Assoc. I. LILLIE MAE ADGER: A wonderful friend is this college-bound lady. SUE ALBERTE: Small but mighty, on learning bent, to one we know, she's heaven-sent. Phils 'I, 2, Sr. Censor 3, Vice- Pres. 4, Nat'I Honor 4, Sr. Friendship 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Activities 2, 3, Manager 4, Edelian 3, 4. BURTON ALLDAFFER: Soon to the Army Burt will be on his way, we hope he won't have long to stay. MARGARET ALMANDINGER: A splendid nurse Margie will be. Friendship 2, 4, Home Ec. 3, 4. THOMAS ANDREWS: "lf I am sent to the Army," said Jack, "I'II finish my schooling when I get back." Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Res. Football I, Res. Basketball I. EVA ANSON: By her art she will make everything gor- geous to see. ELIZABETH APOSTLE: Liz who walks with steps so gay, will be a happy co-ed someday. Friendship 2, Jr. Council Rep. 3, 4, Dramatics Rec. Sec. 2, Proiection 3, 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Choir 'I, 2, 3, 4. LOIS ARCHAMBO: Since Lois likes to read, as a librarian she hopes to succeed. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Classical League 3, 4. DOUGLAS AREND: This Douglas lad of many charms we elected to be Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms. Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Res. Football 3, Varsity 4, Res. Basketball 3, Varsity 4, Jr. Ring Com., Cowboy Roundup Com., Senior Prom Com. TED AREND: Soon he'II wear a suit of blue to prove he is an American true. Forum 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 4. EVELYN ART: A sunny smile, a pleasant hello, Oh, Evelyn, we love you so. Robinson Jr. I, National Honor 3, 4, Zets 3, Chaplain 4, Band 3, 4. NELLIE ATKINSON: Sweet little Nellie, what would we have done without you! Jones Jr. I, Zets 3, 4, Nat'I Honor 4. HELEN ACKER BURTON ALLDAFFER LOIS ARCHAMBO LORAINE ACKER MARGARET ALMANDINGER DOUGLAS AREND GLORIA ADAMS THOMAS ANDREWS TED AREND LILLIE MAE ADGER EVA ANSON EVELYN ART SUE ALBERTE ELIZABETH APOSTLE NELLIE ATKINSON lbl- Ai 'a Jl5 A I 9 VIRGIL AYLOR: As for dramatics, Bud, you're the top. So on to fame and never stop. Scott I, Roosevelt High 2, Dramatics 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. DELORES BACH: Modeling soon will be her career, we know she'II be famous both far and near. Girls' Athl. Assoc. 2, 3. BEATRICE ANN BAILEY: Dusty plans to be a nurse, unless a husband turns up first. Friendship 2, 3, Classical League 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. I. AUDREY BAKER: Audrey's future lies in the business world, but right now, bowling will do. Friendship 2. JEAN ANN BAKER: Jean Ann's thoughts are light and gay, but soon they'II turn to T. U.'s way. Peries 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Jr. Play Com. ELLIS BALDWIN: His one ambition is to bake, and we are sure he'II take the cake. Lib. 4. LLOYD BASIL: This Iad's dreams are really high because his hobby is to fly. Hi-Y 3, 4. JUNE BAUER: June's plans for the future are somewhat varied, but whatever they are she still wants to get mar- ried. Friendship 4, Home Ec. 2, 3, 4. IRENE BAUM: Comptometer at work, athletics at play, Irene will be happy though dreary the day. ROBERT BEACH: Bob intends to spend a year in military training. Hi-Y 3, 4. GEORGE BEARD: He'II increase his knowledge by going to college. BOB BEAUCH: Wise and ambitious, kind and true, Bob will land at Michigan U. Jones Jr. I, Latin Honor Society 2, Hi-Y I, 2, Chess Club 4. ERLEEN BECKER: This curly-haired lass will be greatly missed in Libbey's hall. Peries 2, 3, 4. Friendship Treas. 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. JOANN BENEDICT: Work and Joann go hand in hand which makes the future for her look grand. MARY LOU BENINGTON: Whenever Louie becomes a nurse, she will make patients come first. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. I, 2, 3, Choir 4. VIRGIL AYLOR ELLIS BALDWIN GEORGE BEARD DELORES BACH LLOYD BASIL BOB BEAUCH BEATRICE BAILEY JUNE BAUER ERLEEN BECKER AUDREY BAKER IRENE BAUM JOANN BENEDICT JEAN BAKER ROBERT BEACH MARY LOU BENINGTON SENI RS JOANNE BENNETT: Jo is an artist of finest rate. Phils 3, 4, Friendship Sec. 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. DOROTHY BENSON: The gladness of her smile and the brightness of her eyes together with her brilliant mind will T. U. greatly prize. Zets 3, Censor and Historian 4, Nat'l Honor 4, Friendship Corres. Sec'y 2, 3, Spanish Sec'y 2, 3, Pres. 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3, Jr. and Sr. Play Com. GLENNA BENTLEY: In spite of a musical talent rare, she is always sweet, and somewhat shy. Peries I, 2, 3, Censor 4, Friendship 4, Crystal 4, Jr. Ring Com., Cowboy Round-Up Com. JACK BERNING: This six-toot blonde is an airplane en- thusiast. Engineers 3, 4. ' JACK BIEBESHEIMER: His ambition-study in science. Jones Jr. I, Nat'l Honor 4, Hi-Y I, Biology 2, 3, 4, Chess 2, 3, 4. RUTH BIGGS: Playing the piano is Skeeter's hobby. Jones Jr. I, Commercial 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athl Assoc. I. MARGARET BILLINGS: Her hobby is eating, her color blue. We're sure she'll succeed in whatever she may do, Robin- son Jr. I. JUNE BIRKENKAMP: She's gentle in her manner and modest in her mien. Commercial 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3, 4. CLIFF BISHOP: Right after the end of school, he'II succumb to Navy rule. Hi-Y 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN BLACKBURN: A sincere friend, beloved by all, she surmounts aii troubies great or small. Jones Jr. I, Choir 4. JACQUELYN BLANCHONG: A modern Portia! She'II interpret the law for us. Classical League 2, 3. PHYLLIS BOHNSACK: Phil will be a whiz in the commercial sphere. Friendship 2. MARY BOUNWARD: A blue-eyed blonde, some day she'll be the very best nurse that one may see. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 4, French 4. BARBARA BOWES: Ou.r best wishes go with this angel of mercy. HELEN BROWN: Skippy will find success in cosmetology. Robinson Jr. 'I. .IOANNE BENNETT RUTH ANN BIGGS .IACQUELYN BLANCHONG DOROTHY BENSON MARGARET BILLINGS PHYLLIS BOHNSACK GLENNA BENTLEY .IUNE BIRKENKAMP MARY BOUNWARD JACK BERNING CLIFF BISHOP BARBARA BOWES JACK BIEBESHEIMER KATHRYN BLACKBURN HELEN BROWN A,,. 9!.t' 'L' 'FREN - SE I 1- 2 ' ,I946 ROLAND BROWN: With music to please him in his leisure hours, he'II work to make Toledo grow. Engineers 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 4, Orchestra 4. BILL BROWN: Blonde hair, green eyes! Is that why we like him? DELORES BROWNING: A place in the business world is her aim. ALBERTA BEY BRYANT: A singer or a poet, which shall it be? RITA BUNCK: She'll take any kind of job and see that it gets done. Friendship 3, 4: Home Ec. 3, 4. NEIL BURNS: Man about town-he gets around. Forum 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Res. Football I, 2, Freshman Basketball, Golf 2, 3, Captain 4. DONNA BURTNETT: As a stenographer she'll become an essential part of business. Jones Jr. I, Commercial 2. LETHA BUSICK: Bowling and swimming are Burby's hobbies. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3, 4. JOAN BYERS: A missionary's work in China is part of "Little Jo's" interesting future. Concordia Lutheran I. DAVID A CALDWELL: He's quite a drummer. ROBERT CALDWELL: Playing the trumpet is his hobby. PAUL CALLAHAN: Cnot in illustration, He's back with us but not to stay, for he'II leave us again on graduation day. LEO CAMPBELL: He's steering toward chemical engineering, and on the way his laugh we'Il be hearing. Forum 4, Biology 2, 3, Treas. 4, Sr. Announcement Committee. LOIS CANNON: We all know and love our gay, versatile Lois. Jones Jr. I, Peries 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. SHIRLEY CARL: Success to her in whatever she undertakes! JERRY CARLTON: He'II glory in the title of a United States Marine. Biology 4. ROLAND BROWN NEIL BURNS ROBERT CALDWELL BILL BROWN DONNA BURTNETT LEO CAMPBELL DELORES BROWNING LETHA BUSICK LOIS CANNON ALBERTA BEY BRYANT JOAN BYERS SHIRLEY CARL RITA BUNCK DAVID A. CALDWELL JERRY CARLTON SENI RS ELDA CAUFFIEL: Happy Elda, bright and gay, has always chased our blues away. Whitmer High I, Peries 4, Friend- ship Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, German 4. SHIRLEY CHAPPELEAR: Her friends they are many. Jones Jr. I. NANCY CHATHAM: At Capitol University she'll study maga- zine iournalism. Robinson Jr. I, Biology 2, 3, 4, Crystal 3, 4. PHYLLIS CHRISTMAN: To be a good nurse is her aim. Central I, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. WALLACE CHRISTNER: West Point will have a great fellow in Chris, for in pluck, ambition, and concentration he has no equal. Latin Honor Society 2, 3, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 3, 4. PATRICIA CLARK: So sincere, so considerate, so attractive is she that T. U. will welcome her appreciatively. Phils I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Friendship 4, Choir 2, Treas. 3, 4, Crystal 4, Sr. Prom Com., Sec'y-Treas. Jr. Class. MARGIE CLAY: Marriage rivals her journalistic hopes. Nat'I Honor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Spanish I, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Crystal 3, 4. BEVERLY COLE: Rather small, rather slim, rather cute, rather prim. Jones Jr. I, Zets 2, 3, Treas. 4, Friendship 4, Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 4. HARRY COLEMAN: On the football field, Bud is a star ancl as a leader, he'II always go far. Q. D. 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nat'I Honor 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Res. Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee, Sr. Class Pres. CLIFFORD COLLINS: Cliff is the captain of our football team, but pharmacy is really his future dream. Forum 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Football I, 2, Varsity 3, Capt. 4, Basketball I, Sr. Class Vice-Pres. WILLIAM COLQUHOUN: He'II ioin the Navy and see the world. EUGENE CONGER: In the Army he'II take correspondence courses. Classical League 2, 3, Consul 4, Band I, 2, 4. DONALD CONN: His hobbies are sports and the trumpet. JO ANN COOK: She might be quite right as a Powers Model! Friendship 2, Commercial 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4. JOANNE COOPER: A quiet manner indicates a thoughtful mind. Peries I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com. ELDA CAUFFIEL PATRICIA CLARK WILLIAM COLQUHOUN SHIRLEY CHAPPELEAR MARGIE CLAY EUGENE CONGER NANCY CHATHAM BEVERLY COLE DONALD CONN PHYLLIS CHRISTMAN HARRY COLEMAN .IO ANN COOK WALLACE CHRISTNER CLIFFORD COLLINS JOANNE COOPER 1946 PAT COOPER: Full of sparkling wit, ever capable of winning laughter from her pals. Jones Jr. l, Phils 3, 4, Friendship 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3. MARY LOU COTHERN: Generous, patient, and capable. Commercial Club 2, 3, Sec'y 4. DON COX: Music in his life will free Don from strife. Hi-Y 3. HERBERT CRAWFORD: Herbie's only got one wish, that's to graduate in '46, Architectural Club T, 2. CORDY CROOK: Tall and slender, and full of grace, she matches charm with intellect and kindness with understand- ing. National Honor 3, 4, Peries T, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Student Council 3, Friendship 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Edelian Editor-in-Chief 4, Prom Committee 4. DONNA CULVER: Good work makes a very pleasant life. Home Ec. 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. RUSSELL CURTICE: Rusty loves to eat and sleep, his work he never finds too deep. Middleport, Ohio, and DeVilbiss T, Latin Honor 2, 3, National Honor 4, Dramatics Club 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. JOSEPHINE CUTTAIA: Business will find a niche for her ability. Commercial Club 3, 4. DOROTHY DAINE: Faithful and true in word and deed. Robinson Jr. 1, Friendship 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. YVONN-E DANKERT: Sunny of disposition, a happy addition to any crowd. Woodward 1, Friendship 4. CHARLOTTE DEAKIN: She's a good sport, full of fun and she never fails to greet one with a friendly smile. Friend- ship 2. DALE DENNIS: A multi-millionaire he plans to be. Well, that we'll have to see! French Club l, Pres. 2. JANET DIETRICH: She has a quiet way, but her presence is felt. Peries 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Friendship 2, Chaplain 3, 4, Classical League 2, 3. ZORKA DINOFF: Sweetness and quietness are her charm. Friendship 2. TOM DION: Tom at twenty-five. PAT COOPER MARY LOU COTHERN DON COX HERBERT CRAWFORD CORDY CROOK thinks the best plan to contrive is to retire DONNA CULVER RUSSELL CURTICE JOSEPHINE CUTTAIA DOROTHY DAINE YVONNE DANKERT CHARLOTTE DEAKIN DALE DENNIS JANET DIETRICH ZORKA DINOFF TOM DION SE I RS ALICE DOMINIAK: One who is always fair cmd square and is never without a friend. BILLIE JO DOWNEY: A capable, trustworthy girl, always willing to help. Friendship 4, Home Ec. 3., HELEN DRYDEN: So gracious, so considerate, and oh, so attractive! Phils 2, 3, Censor 4, National Honor 4, Com- mercial 2, 3, 4. PAT DUNLAP: A willing student and a happy one. Friend- ship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Crystal 4, Journalism 3. CHARLES DYSERT: Why get provoked? Chuck will fix your radio in a flash. Ross High, Fremont T, 2, 3. BEVERLY EARLS: Quiet in appearance, her thoughts un- known. BONNIE JEAN ELDRIDGE: Bonnie's plans after leaving school are to go into the field of physiotherapy. Woodward l, 2, Friendship 4. LYMAN ELLIOTT: Soon he will follow a different routine when he enters the U. S. Marines. Maumee I, Architectural Club 2, 3, 4. WILMA EMERY: Wilma wants to take up the study of music after school. Robinson Jr. I. g JOAN ERRINGTON: Brown haired, blue eyed Jo, will attend T. U. for a year or so. Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Assoc. 1 . MARILYN ESCHEDOR: To be a stenographer is her aim, Marilyn is sure to reach her fame. Crystal 4. GLYNNA MAE ESTES: There is always need for an efficient secretary. Waite High l, 2. BOB EWALD: After someone pulls a trigger, Bob will be there as a sturdy grave digger. JOHN EYRE: To the Army he thinks he'll go, he will do his best, that we all know. ANNETTA FAAS: Annetta says she likes to swim because it keeps her figure slim. Zets l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Announcement Committee. ALICE DOMINIAK BEVERLY EARLS MARILYN. ESCHEDOR BILLIE JO DOWNEY BONNIE JEAN ELDRIDGE GLYNNA MAE ESTES HELEN DRYDEN LYMAN ELLIOTT BOB EWALD PAT DUNLAP WILMA EMERY JOHN EYRE CHARLES DYSERT JOAN ERRINGTON ANNETTA FAAS 1946 CHUCK FALL: Chuck has given us a cue that to the Navy he will be true. BILLY CLAIR FAUBLE: Scouting and camping will satisfy him. Classical League 25 Biology 2, 35 Pres. 45 Res. Football I5 Sr. Announcement Com. MARCENE FELLHAUER: God's world is so beautiful to see5 therefore an artist I would like to be. German Club 45 Pro- iection 1, 25 Friendship 2, 45 Girls' Athl. Assoc. 25 Lib. 3, 4. GERALDINE FELTMAN: Gerry likes to roller skate5 at the rink she'll find her mate. Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 45 Edelian 3, Circula- tion Mgr. 4. SAM FERRIS: Handsome, brilliant-surpassed by none! Jones Jr. 'I5 Nat'l Honor 3, 45 Latin Honor 25 Q. D. 3, Sec'y 45 Varsity Football 3, 45 Track 2, 3. MARY KATHRYN FINK: A nurse like Mary will be a boon to hospitals! Friendship 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athl. Assoc. MARILYN FLEMING: A brilliant student, a super gal, a girl most prudent, a perfect pal. Nat'l Honor 3, Sec'y-Treas. 45 Latin Honor 3, 45 Peries 2, 3, Corres. Sec'y 45 Friendship 2, 3, 45 Spanish I, 2, Vice-Pres. 35 Classical League 45 Dra- matics 3, 45 Edelian Club Editor 45 Sr. Announcement Com.5 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play Com., Class Prophet. MARY LOU FLOWERS: For extra experience and knowledge, Mary Lou will go to business college. DeVilbiss 'I5 Home Ec. 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 3, 45 Jr. Play Committee. BONNIE JEAN FOSTER: Bonnie hopes to be a typist for the government. Robinson Jr. I. MARY FRANCIS: The smaller fry appeal to Mary, so the classes she'll teach will be elementary. Friendship Club 4. THELMA FRANK: To be her friend is worth your while. Friendship 2, 3, 45 Commercial 2, 3, Treas. 4. RUBY FREEMAN: With her beauty and personality combined, a better friend none can find. Jones Jr. ly Friendship 2, 45 Zets 2, 3, Pres. 45 Nat'l Honor 45 Home Ec. 25 Edelian Club Editor 45 Jr. Play Com. MARILYN FREITAG: Lights, camera, and a whole world to photograph. French Club 3. JOANNE FRENCH: Joanne will soon become a bride. Scott I. DOROTHY GARBER: Dottie likes to sew and read. Home Ec. I, 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. CHUCK FALL MARY KATHRYN FINK THELMA FRANK BILLY CLAIR FAUBLE MARILYN FLEMING RUBY FREEMAN MARCENE FELLHAUER MARY LOU FLOWERS MARILYN REITAG GERALDINE FELTMAN BONNIE JEAN FOSTER JOANNE F ENCH SAM FERRIS MARY FRANCIS DOROTHY ARBER , I- -I SENI MARY GARLAND: We hope from care she'll ever be free. LOUIS GAYNOR: Not too tall, not too short, Butch excels in every sport. Q. D. 2, 3, Treas. 4, National Honor 4, Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3, 4, Football 'I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Jr. Ring Committee, Prom Committee. CHARLES GEARHART: What is Chuck's ambition? Why to go forth on a secret mission! RICHARD GERLINGER: Brownie is ever on the beam, always happy with a gleam. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, Treas. 4, Edelian Sports Editor 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play Com. THEONE GERST: She loves to swim, she's full of vim, but as a fine scholar, she'll earn many a dollar. National Honor 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, Treas. 4, Spanish Club 2, Sec'y 3, 4. JOYCE GIBSON: Joyce plays the piano day by day, chasing all her blues away. TRACY GILBERT: Why should he tarry when he plans to marry? Forum 3, 4. JAMES GILSDORF: To dance any night is James's delight. PAUL GLANZMAN: He will never fall short of his love for sport. WALTER GOETTING: At basketball he is a whiz, hardly a basket does he miss. Q. D. 3, 4, Basketball, Reserves 'I, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Football I. JEAN GORS: We all know that Jeanie likes to bowl, but to work in an office is really her goal. BEVERLY GREY: Singing delights her, movies enchant herl PHIL GREENBERG: We all agree that PhiI's hobby is photog- raphy. Jones Jr. I, Bowling 3, 4. RAY GREGORY: Because his hobby is airplanes and kites, we all know that Gregory will reach great heights. Basket- ball 3, Football 'I. TOM GRIFFITH: In storm or khaki uniform, Tom will his duty expertly perform. Spanish Club 'l, Swimming I. MARY GARLAND JOYCE GIBSON JEAN GORS LOUIS GAYNOR I TRACY GILBERT BEVERLY GREY CHARLES GEARHART JAMES GILSDORF PHIL GREENBERG RICHARD GERLINGER PAUL GLANZMAN RAY GREGORY THEONE GERST WALTER GOETTING TOM GRIFFITH ' l ls nhl ' l I946 DONNA GUEST: When with schooling I am through, some kind of work I wish to do. Saginaw High School I, 2. MAY GUSTAFSON: Bowling surely is great fun. Of sports May likes, this is one. Friendship 3, 4. RICHARD GWINNER: Photos of pin-ups he will take, look at all the money he's bound to make. RUTH HAASE: She hopes to rival the world's champion skater. Latin Honor 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Vice- Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Junior and Senior Play Com. VICTOR HADDAD: California, here I come. Woman troubles have I none. Hi-Y 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Choir 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com. EUGENE HAMILTON: A great band leader Hamp will be, to this forecast we all agree. Reserve Football 'I, Basketball I, 2, 3. ELOISE HAMLIN: Blue is for a blonde and a bride. In Eloise we all take pride. Scott I, 2, Phils I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship I, 2. ELAINE HARRIS: Elaine has many a fine scrap book. At some of these we'd like to look. PAUL HART: Pete's the man the girls adore, but to get him is a chore. Q. D. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Choir 2, Football Res. 'I, 2, Vars. 3, 4, Basketball I, 2. ART HARVEY: An announcer on a world-wide hook up? Could be! Cross-Country 2, 3, Res. Football 'I, Freshman Basketball 'I. JOSEPHINE HAWKINS: She's tiny but mighty. Robinson Jr. I. PAT HAWLEY: Blonde her hair, blue her eyes, life for her is a big surprise. Jones Jr. I, Home Ec. 3. VIRGINIA HAYES: A fashion designer she would be and that fits Ginnie to a "T", Friendship 2. BILL HEATER: To Uncle Sam at first I'll go, and after that I do not know. Nat'l Honor 3, 4, Latin Honor 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Classical League 2, Biology 2, Pres. 3, 4, Chess Club Sec'y Treas. 3, 4, Debate 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com., Commencement Speaker, Valedictorian. JIM HENNINGS: Did you ever hear him play? He's very, very good we say. Dramatics Club 3, Pres. 4, Track 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play. DONNA GUEST EUGENE HAMILTON JOSEPHINE HAWKINS MAY GUSTAFSON ELOISE HAMLIN PAT HAWLEY RICHARD GWINNER ELAINE HARRIS VIRGINIA HAYES RUTH HAASE PAUL HART BILL HEATER VICTOR HADDAD ART HARVEY JIM HENNINGS ENIORS HOWARD C. HENRY: A smile for all, in spring or fall. French Club Vice-Pres. 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4. RUTH HEMSOTH: She'II continue to learn more so that she may earn more. National Honor 4, Zets 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD HEROLD: Dick likes almost anything, even to study and to sing. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Pres. 3. SHIRLEY HERTZEL: She aspires to be a teller of finest rank in one of ToIedo's successful banks. RALPH HEUERMAN: This lad makes iokes of all trouble and strife, and thus will be happy throughout his long life. Forum 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y I, Sec.-Treas. 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, 3, 4, Architectural 'I, 2, Dra- matics 2, 3, 4, Engineers I, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Com., Jr. Class Serg't-at-Arms. CAROL HILL: The practice of art Miss Carol will take, hoping a very good artist she'll make. National Honor 3, 4, Friend- ship Chaplain 2, 3, 4, French 2, Sec'y 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Lib. 4. EDWIN HILL: The Air Corp is his dream for the present and future. Forum 4, Biology 3, Football 'I, 2, Basketball I. PHYLLIS HINTZ: Marriage is her chosen career. JAMES HIPP: His fun is watching pigeons race and that you'II agree is a flying pace. LORETTA HOFFMAN: Lorrie likes to sketch and draw. Some- day we'II witness her success. Lakewood, Ohio I, 2, 3, Friendship 'I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Art Guild 2, 3. MARTIN HOLTGRIEVE: Mart's humor has no end, with this talent he's made many a friend. National Honor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Classical League 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Crystal 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play. HERMAN HONECK: A faithful follower of sports, he's always iolly and helpful. Q. D. 3, 4, Biology I, 2, Football Manager I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3. MARIAN HOOVER: Maid Marian is a gracious one whose boast is every task well done. Jones Jr. 'I, Zets 3, Corres. Sec'y 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 4, Commercial 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com., Sr. Announcement Com. JOAN HOWE: Her Titian locks will not detract from her role of stenographer. BERNARD HOWER: Red's specialty are the girls with eyes of blue and golden curls. Red Cross 'I, Dramatics 4, Basket- ball I. HOWARD C. HENRY CAROL HILL MARTIN HOLTGRIEVE RUTH HEMSOTH EDWIN HILL HERMAN HONECK DICK HEROLD PHYLLIS HINTZ MARION HOOVER SHIRLEY HERTZEL JIM HIPP JOANNE HOWE RALPH HEUERMAN LORETTA HOFFMAN BERNARD HOWER Iiilli 73? K Y 3 fx .l6f'i3 21s NW" A F ' i?QZ'2?X-? ,6.fSc-Y55E3Y 3' t 194 DICK HUFFMAN: A sense of humor he does possess, his personality is limitless. Jones Jr. 1, Forum 3, 4, National Honor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Treas. 3, Proiection 2, Dramatics 3, Crystal 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Cowboy Round- up Committee. DOROTHY JENNINGS: When Dot is strolling up the aisle, she'll be happy and dressed in style. Jones Jr. 1. MARTHA JIMISON: A cute little gal and an excellent pal. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Activities 2, 3. JOHN JONES: Some fine day he will reach the goal he is now so earnestly seeking. JEROME JOY: When he's swinging low or swinging high, his music sends our spirits to the sky. National Honor 4, Dramatics 3, 4. AGNES KAISER: A college quiz kid she will be. Notre Dame Academy 1, National Honor 3, 4, Zets 3, 4, Latin Honor 3, 4, Friendship 3, Classical League 2, 3. BOB A. KAISER: Finding him working is not queer, so for our Bob let's give a cheer. Q. D. 3, 4, National Honor 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Chairman Cowboy Roundup. BOB D. KAISER: If in the future, you have a pain, to Doctor Kaiser please complain. Latin Honor 2, 4, National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Classical League 2, 3, 4, Chess 2, Pres. 3, 4, Red Cross 1, Basketball 1, Edelian Sr. Class Editor 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play. BEN KAPELA: Bennie will be a very good man when he finishes school with Uncle Sam. MARTY KARCHNER: Just to hunt and fish is Mart's only wish. Q. D. 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Mgr. 2, Football Mgr. 3, 4. JEAN KASCH: Jean aims one day to teach, at this she'll really be a peach. Friendship 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS KEIM: A girl's friend and a man's dream. Peries 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 4, Spanish Club 2, Crystal 4, Sr. Banquet Com., Jr. Class Vice-Pres. JIM KEIL: A farmer laddie is our Jim, and the Y.M.C.A. keeps him in trim. DOROTHY KELLER: With nimble fingers and dancing feet, Dot is headed for Success Street. Friendship 2, Biology 1, 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 1, 2. STELLA KELLY: Some time in college Rusty will spend, writing letters to her friends. Jones Jr. 1, Friendship 2, 4. DICK HUFFMAN AGNES KAISER JEAN KASCH DOROTHY JENNINGS BOB A. KAISER PHYLLIS KEIM MARTHA JIMISON BOB D. KAISER JIM KEIL JOHN JONES BEN KAPELA DOROTHY KELLER JEROME JOY MARTY KARCHNER STELLA KELLY SENI RS TOMMY KELLY: With mischief glowing in his eyes, he can do whatever he tries. RAMON KENNEDY: After school plans he has none, but his mother is proud of her son. EVELYN KERNS: Blondie really likes to bowl, but going to college is her goal. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, 3, 4, Lib 3, 4, Choir 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 2, 3, 4. HENRY KERSCHBAUM: He has no plans when through with school, but he will do well, for our Bud is no fool. PHYLLIS KERSTETTER: Music for millions! That's her idea. Friendship 2, 3, Rep. to Council 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Dra- matics 3, 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com. BETTY KIMBALL: Horseback riding is her forte, everyone knows that Kim's a good sport. CARL KINKER: In football he's supreme. To girls he's a dream. Forum 4, Choir 3, 4, Reserve Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4. FRANK KITCHEN: Collecting match folders is his present fad, this keeps him happy, so he's never sad. Band I, 2, 3. CHARLES KLEIN: After school he wishes to work, we're sure he'II be higher than a clerk. DOROTHY KLEIN: With talent in her fingers and creations in her mind, she'll be as fine an artist as the world will ever find. Peries I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship Recording Sec'y 3, Corres. Sec'y 4, French 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Edelian Faculty Editor 4. RICHARD KLEIN: His favorite color is brown, we're sure he'lI really go to town. National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BARBARA KLINKSICK: Barb is so sweet and sincere, she'll gain great fame, it is clear. Phils I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Libbey Classical League 2, Quaestor 3, Sr. Class Play Com. DOUG KODER: His plans for the future are at present un- stable, but he can cope with this, for he is so able. Jones Jr. I, Hi-Y I, Jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play. MARY KOLODZAIKE: Dancing is the specialty of this viva- cious lass. Jones Jr. I, Commercial Club 2, 3. TOM KONEWKA: In a band the drums he plays, a musical talent he displays. TOMMY KELLY BETTY KIMBALL RICHARD KLEIN RAMON KENNEDY CARL KINKER BARBARA KLINKSICK EVELYN KERNS FRANK KITCHEN DOUG KODER HENRY KERSCHBAUM CHARLES KLEIN MARY KOLODZAIKE PHYLLIS KERSTETTER DOROTHY KLEIN TOM KONEWKA .1 I SVHW' " ' ' A'- w . ' MFFQQ-i - 'lS...H'sffW.w'.3'Q5A?s'K ' I946 RICHARD KONECZKA: He wishes to enter Toledo U. to pre- pare for the work he likes best to do. Engineers 3, 4. SALLY KORB: A real pal, is our Sal! Phils 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 4, Spanish 2, 3. JACK KOWALSKI: The Coast Guard is the life for him. He'll have much adventure, but should learn how to swim. Robinson Jr. I. BARBARA KRAMER: The leisure time ioy of her heart and soul, is complete when she can skate or bowl. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 4. JOANNE KRUEGER: Never complaining and always willing to work, Jo is a friend to one and all. Friendship 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KRUEGER: A craftsman does he plan to be, this shouldn't be hard for him, we agree. LARRY KWIATKOWSKI: Interior decorating will be his way of making our homes more beautiful and gay. Proiection I, Football I. ROBERT LA BINE: Bob loves so well to dance, he puts the girls all in a trance. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Debate Club Pres. 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3. EVELYNE LABOWITZ: With dancing and bowling, her hours go rolling. Friendship 4, Biology 2, Girls Athl. Assoc. I. ROSE ANN LANGENDERFER: She's aiming for opera some bright day, and her beautiful voice will pave the way. Friendship 2, 3, French Club 'I, Choir 3, 4, Jr. Play. IRENE LASTER: A hunting we will go, for Irene likes it so. RHODA LEHR: The kids all call her Sis, and dancing is her bliss. Jones Jr. I, Commercial Club 3, Reporter 4, Girls Athl. Assoc. 2. MARY ANN LEMLEY: To work or to college when with high l am through, in my way of thinking either will do. HELEN LEWIS: To be a beautician is the goal of this girl, to make up new hair-dos into swoops and swirls. Robinson Jr. I. LOIS LINDAU: Business college is Lindy's plan, if she does not meet her man. Robinson Jr. 'l, Friendship 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4. RICHARD KONECZKA WILLIAM KRUEGER IRENE LASTER SALLY KORB LARRY KWIATKOWSKI RHODA LEHR JACK KOWALSKI ROBERT LA BINE MARY ANN LEMLEY BARBARA KRAMER EVELYNE LABOWITZ HELEN LEWIS .IOANNE KRUEGER ROSE ANN LANGENDERFER LOIS LINDEAU SE IORS ROY LOCKWOOD: Through all mankind, a better friend you'll never find. Jones Jr. l, Hi-Y 4. HERB LOEHRKE: His education will not end here, for he's off to higher learning far or near. Q. D. 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Freshman Football 'l, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4, Senior Prom Com. DON LOGAN: Whether he's a philatelist or a numismatist renowned, this chap will be toward greater knowledge bound. Jones Jr. l, Latin Honor Society 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Q. D. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Reserve Football 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track 2, 3, 4. IRENE LONG: A tireless worker and a wonderful friend who sticks with her friends until the end. Friendship 3, 4. ERMA LEE LORENTZ: Her cheerfulness is felt for miles so is that why they call her "smiles"? MARY LUBINSKI: Blondie is fond of dancing and sports. Friendship 2. D RITA LUDWIG: She skates for fun and studies for pleasure, her feet are nimble and her mind is a treasure. DONALD LUETTKE: Although he may be short, Don is a real sport. CAROLYN MCCLARAN: Her favorite color may be blue, but her mind and her dreams are of golden hue. Shortridge High, Indianapolis, Ind. l, 2, 3, Peries 4. TOM MCCONIHAY: Girls, he admits, are his desire. Of them we're sure he'll never tire. Forum 3, 4, Basketball l, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4. JEAN MAC KINLAY: Off to nursing she will go, a patient of hers will never be low. Jones Jr. l. HILLIS McKENZIE: To teach all people religion, to see that his task is well done, this young philosopher will travel everywhere under the sun. National Honor 4, Hi-Y Chaplain l, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club T, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Red Cross 1, Classical League 2, Vice-Pres. 3, French 4, Sr. Play. AUDREY MCROPLUS: To many boys she's a heart throb, working at a bank will be her iob. Jones Jr. 'l, National Honor 3, V.-Pres. 4, Zets 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4, Friendship 2, Commercial 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 2, Jr. Play Com., Salutatorian. ADELINE MAGNO: Her hobby of collecting post cards will lead this lady to many romantic places. National Honor 4, Friendship 2, Corres. Sec'y 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, Sec'y 4. g DELORES MALLETT: With eyes of green and hair of brown, ata roller rink she can be found. ROY LOCKWOOD MARY LUBINSKI JEAN McKINLAY HERB LOEHRKE RITA LUDWIG HILLIS McKENZIE DON LOGAN DONALD LUETTKE AUDREY McROPl.US IRENE LONG CAROLYN McCLARAN ADELINE MAGNO ERMA LEE LORENTZ TOM McCONlHAY DELORES MALLETT iii 1 ' - -6 I946 KEN MARTIN: As a landscape artist he'Il be our city's boast. ROBERT MASIKER: To tinker with cars for iust a dime would suit our Bob in his spare time. BOB MASON: Tickling the ivories is fun for Bob, he'd like to make it his life iob. National Honor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY MATTESON: A movie fan, she lives a life of ioy. Home Ec. 'I, 2, 3, 4. FRANK MENSING: We would like to keep Frank near, but he's off to college to be an engineer. Jones Jr. I, Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4, Football, Reserves 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MEYER: Uncle Sam will answer his question, whether it's the Army or just a profession. Forum 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Football, Reserves I, 2, Edelian Sports Editor 4, Senior Play Com., Senior Banquet Com. RAY MEYER: To swim in the sea is fun for Ray, he'd like it each and every day. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JEANNE MILES: The very fine college of Bowling Green is sure to welcome little Jean. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Commercial Club 3, Jr. Sr. Play Com. GEORGE H. MILEY: When you're in search of a friend, George a helping hand will lend. Forum 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, Reserve 3, Varsity 4, Senior Prom Com. MARY MILLER: Where there's a good book and an easy chair, you are sure to find our Mary there. SHIRLEY MILLER: "Sher" will make a fine school teacher, may disappointment never reach her. Friendship 3, Com- mercial Club 3. PAUL MIXON: It didn't take long for this boy to decide, he wants to see what's ticking inside. Walker County Training School I, 2. REX MOCK: "Wrecker" is his nickname, but we think he is quite tame. JOHN MONETTA: He has the shiniest black hair, girls think him quite debonair. Forum 2, 3, Treas. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football, Reserve 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track 3, 4, Senior Banquet Com. MARILYN MOORE: Here is a girl with a flash and a gleam, who chose for her favorite color, moss green. Phils T, 2, 3, Chaplain 4, National Honor 4, Friendship I, Rep. to Council 2, Pres. 3, Red Cross 'I, Classical League 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Debate Club 4, Chorus 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play. KEN MARTIN ROBERT MEYER SHIRLEY MILLER ROBERT MASIKER RAY MEYER PAUL MIXON BOB MASON JEANNE MILES REX MOCK SHIRLEY MATTESON GEORGE H. MILEY .IOHN MONETTA FRANK MENSING MARY MILLER MARILYN MOORE ENI RS WILLIAM MOORE: College Sonny hopes to attend, we're sure he'Il make many a friend. NORYNE MORGAN: An excellent pianist she will make, a history course she plans to take. Zets 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. I, Edelian Sr. Class Editor 4. VERNICE MORGAN: Bowling would bring this maiden to fame, but to be a housewife is her aim. Jones Jr. I. ROBERT MOWERY: Raising dogs and dancing too, we wonder just what he plans to do. Band, 2, 3, 4, Biology 3. DOROTHEA MURRAY: On a college campus where she is bound, Skippy will carry her camera around. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 4. DOLORES NAGUCKI: For this girl who always gets her lessons, nursing will be a great profession. DOLORES NAPIERALA: An intelligent student is our Dee, a nurse she is someday bound to be. Robinson Jr. I, Friend- ship 3, Classical League 2, 3, French 3, 4. JACK NEEDHAM: I like to play with fire, electricity is my desire. Jones Jr. I, Proiection 3, Vice-Pres. 4. MARY LOU NUSBAUM: With eyes and hair so brown, in skating she is never down. Jones Jr. I. REITA ANN ORTMANN: When it comes to boys, she's on the beam, as a student we think she's really keen. Phils 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Edelian Assoc. Editor 4. BILL OSBORNE: Ozzie's interest lies in horses, to study books takes all his forces. Jones Jr. I. HAROLD PALM: College or Army, what shall it be? Guess we'll just have to wait and see! Jones Jr. I. MARILYN PALMER: In sports she's hard to beat, in college she'lI be a treat. French 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3. MARIAN PAPENFUS: She likes to sing and likes to bowl, to cross the country is her goal. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 4. MARGIE PAPKE: Miggie's singing voice is grand, it will be heard throughout the land. Robinson Jr. I, Phils 3, Record- ing Sec'y 4, Friendship 4, Choir 2, 3, Pres. 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM MOORE DELORES NAGUCKI BILL OSBORNE NORYNE MORGAN DELORES NAPIERALA HAROLD PALM VERNICE MORGAN JACK NEEDHAM MARILYN PALMER ROBERT MOWERY MARY LOU NUSBAUM MARILYN PAPENFUS DOROTHEA MURRAY REITA ANN ORTMANN MARGIE PAPKE if aixiiiiis. .L:zx'RS?,Lu.5 IT. 'faiifie 1. I ' 235 VW I94 PAT PARKER: Her delight is in dancing, particularly tap. As she continues on dancing, people will clap. Waite I, 2, Friendship 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4. MARGUERITE PARRISH: She'II devote her life to free the unfortunate of sorrow and strife. Jefferson High I, 2. BILL PATH: BiII's the star on the bowling team, the girls all think he's on the beam. Jones Jr. I, Football 3, 4, Bowling Team 2, Captain 3 and 4. MARY ELLEN PERRY: Here's a girl who'll take a dare, she hopes to marry a millionaire! JIM PETE: l'll go to a university with the rest, and there l'll try to do my best. MARILYN PETRIE: Pete's black hair has brought her fame. Peries 2, 3, 4. IRIS PHALEN: This green-eyed girl with dark brown hair, will surely be a co-ed fair. Jones Jr. I, Zets 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND PHILLIPS: A handsome fellow with character and manners to match his looks. Forum 3, 4, Football I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. RUTH PIEPER: Dark, petite, and very neat, to many a friend, Ruth is sweet. JUNE PIER: As a teacher of knowledge, will June make her living when she leaves college. Latin Honor 2, Phils 2, 3, Treas. 4, National Honor 4, Friendship Pres. 2, Council Rep. 3 and 4, Classical League 2, 3, French Club 4, Debate Club 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com., Commence- ment Speaker. MARILYN PITTENGER: Though her plans are none, in what- ever she does, we know she'Il have fun. National Honor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Debate Club Treas. 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Jr. Play Com. CHARLES PLUMADORE: The kids all call him Chuck, he'II always have good luck. ROLAND POHLMAN: Quiet, dependable, and always pleas- ant, when a helping hand is needed, RoIand's ever present. Edelian Snapshot Editor 4. PATRICIA PORE: Lively, gay, full of joy. Spanish 2, Friend- ship 2, 3, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. TOM POWELL: Collecting stamps and reading books finds our Tom in the coziest nooks. Robinson Jr. I, Choir 4. 1 PAT PARKER MARILYN PETRIE MARILYN PITTENGER MARGUERITE PARRISH IRIS PHALEN CHARLES PLUMADORE BILL PATH RAYMOND PHILLIPS ROLAND POHLMAN MARY ELLEN PERRY RUTH PIEPER PATRICIA PORE JIM PETE JUNE PIER TOM POWELL E 7 3ssi: -1 E I R S GEORGIE POWERS: From her lips never a harsh word does fall, through life's long iourney, we'll remember her-sweet- est of all. Peries T, 2, 3, Treas. 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, Edelian Faculty Editor 4, Sec.-Treas. Sr. Class, National Honor 4. EARL RAGER: A swell fellow, faithful and true in work and deed. Hi-Y 2, Commercial Club 2, Freshman Basketball l, Track 2, 3. BETTY RAHM: Little Bitsey is quite the gal, to each and all she is a pal. Friendship V.-Pres. 2, 3, 4, Spanish T, 2, 3, French 4, Choir T, 2, 3, Crystal 2, 3, News Editor 4, Edelian Class Editor 4. CHARLENE RAHM: What an efficient bookkeeper she will be! CLELLAN RAINS: Clem's the athletic type. We guess that's why he is so bright. Colorado Springs 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Freshman Basketball. DON RAMSDELL: Always willing to do his share, Don will be liked wherever he goes. Forum 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Basketball 4, Edelian 2, 3, 4, Activities Dept. 2, 3, 4. ALLAN REED: To be a dentist is his aim, he'll fix a tooth with a lot less pain. Swanton High 1, Woodward 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Band 'l, 2, 3, Choir 'l, 4, Freshman Basketball. HELEN REED: Business College will claim Helen. MARVALINE REMUSAT: Leaning toward the culinary arts, Marvie will break a great many hearts. Girls' Athl. Assoc. T, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS REYNOLDS: A clever actress is our "Phil." She's sure to head most any bill. Dramatics Recording Sec'y 3, 4, Biology 2. RODNEY REPASS, Rod hopes someday to have a band, with which he'll travel o'er all the land. DeVilbiss T, 2, Band 3, 4, Engineers 3, 4. DONNA RICHARD: Donna settles for oFlice work, her duties we're sure she'll never shirk. Biology 2. RHEA RITZ: Success is bound to be Rhea's prize, for she's modest, sincere, and always tries. Friendship 2. MAY ROADWILER: Pretty, blond and very neat, little May can stitch a fine pleat. National Honor 3, 4, Zets 3, Censor Historian 4, Home Ec. T, 2, Sec'y 3, V.-Pres. 4. MARYLOU ROBERTS: With locks of black and eyes of blue, little Lou is sweet and true. Jones Jr. l, Biology Club 2. GEORGIE POWERS DON RAMSDELL RODNEY REPASS EARL RAGER ALLAN REED DONNA RICHARD BETTY RAHM HELEN REED RHEA RITZ CHARLENE RAHM MARVALINE REMUSAT MAY ROADWILER CLELLAN RAINS PHYLLIS REYNOLDS MARYLOU ROBERTS 1946 JUNE ROGERS: Pretty and slight, June is a pleasant sight. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. BERNICE ROGINSKI: Singing and dancing is her forte, from her we're sure to have good reports. Girls' Athl. Assoc. 2. ELAINE ROHLOFF: In college Elaine is sure to make a "strike." National Honor 3, 4, Friendship 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. l. ALLEN ROOT: Tall, dark and very handsome, he's worthy of many a fabulous ransom. Forum 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hi-Y 2, Engineers 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS ROSENBERG: She looks like an angel and sings like one, too. Friendship 3, 4, French Club 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. and Sr. Prom Com. PAT ROTH: A true blue pal, is this little Roth gal. Friend- ship 4. MAX ROTHSCHILD: He's a great leader, an athlete, and a ioy to all of his friends who agree he's quite a boy. National Honor 3, Pres. 4, Q. D. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y l, Pres. 2, 3, 4, Football 'I, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball T. LESTER ROUDEBUSH: Roudy claims repairin's his hobby, whether at home, shop, or in some lobby. German Club 4, Biology 2, Projection Club 1, Basketball 1. ROLAND RUCH: Rolly loves to eat and work, from any iob he'll never shirk. JEANNE RUDOW: With a smile upon her lips and a twinkle in her eye, Jeannie is a friend to every gal and guy. Jones Jr. T, Phils 3, Corres. Sec'y 4, Friendship 4. CAROL RUEBUSH: Angel of Mercy, I'd like to be. If you get sick, iust come to me. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Classical League 2, German Club 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 1, 3. ELEANOR RUTKOWSKI: For an office iob she will soon head, of her skill much can be said. CHARLOTTE SABLOWSKI: Stenography is luring Charlei into big business. Commercial Club 3, 4. EVELYN SANKIEWICZ: Dictation I'll take in an office neat. There l'm sure many friends to meet. National Honor 4, Commercial Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4. MARGIE SAVAGE: Though her name is quite Savage she's as gentle as a lamb. JUNE ROGERS PAT ROTH CAROL RUEBUSH BERNICE ROGINSKI MAX ROTHSCHILD ELEANOR RUTKOWSKI ELAINE ROHLOFF LESTER ROUDEBUSH CHARLOTTE SABLOWSKI ALLEN ROOT ROLAND RUCH EVELYN SANKIEWICZ PHYLLIS ROSENBERG JEANNE RUDOW MARGIE SAVAGE - M- . swxwww wmwwmwswm-V Q WMM---1 MM-nnnnnnnnn SENIORS MARILYN SCHALITZ: I'II rest, get a good iob, and do my best. DeViIbiss I, Friendship I, Commercial 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. PAUL SCHMIDT: PauI's our boy with eyes of blue. He can't decide what to do. Robinson Jr. I, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, German I. WILMA SCHEFFERT: Many a friend she wins with her charm- ing smile. National Honor 4, Friendship 4, Commercial Club 3, Pres. 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. I, 2, 3, 4, Edelian 3, Adver- tising Mgr. 4. BARBARA SCHNEIDER: College is the aim of our little Barb. Zets 3, 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 2, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Crystal 2, 3, 4, Sr. Banquet Com. DORIS SCHNETZLER: Doris's disposition is like her smile. Jones Jr. I, Phils 2, 3, Recording Sec'y 4, Latin Honor 2, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Classical League 2, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Jr. and Sr. Play Com., MARILYN SCHROEDER: Marilyn will go to college. Zets I, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Friendship 2, Treas. 3, 4, National Honor 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Home Ec. 3, Spanish 3, 4, Red Cross 'I, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 'l, 2, Jr. Ring Com., Jr. and Sr. Play Com., Sr. Prom Com. ROBERT SCHUDEL: Whether it's plans or hobbies, he has none. HOWARD SEARFOSS: Howard's a iolly good fellow. DORIS SEIBOLD: Our Doris likes to sew, everyone knows she has no foe. LILLIAN SHADE: "I'II work awhile," said little Lill, then to my man, I'II say, "I wiII." Waite 2. KATHLEEN SHEEHAN: Brown haired Kate with eyes of blue will make a good secretary for you. Jones Jr. 'I, National Honor 3, 4, Spanish 2. FRANK SHERBURNE: Though flying is his aim, whatever he does, he's sure to rise to fame. Walnut Hills High I, National Honor 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, Treas. 4, Proiection 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SHIMER: fNot in illustrationj Bob is back with us again, he'II graduate if he can. HELEN SHNIR: Ambitious, gay, and always on the go. Zets 3, 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Lib 2, Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 4, Edelian Typist 4, Jr. Play Committee. PAUL SIMONS: He has personality and ability. Penn. High I, Engineers Treas. 4. RUSSELL SKINNER: Russell is a good student and a better friend. MARILYN SCHALITZ MARILYN SCHROEDER KATHLEEN SHEEHAN PAUL SCHMIDT ROBERT SCHUDEL FRANK SHERBURNE WILMA SCHEFFERT HOWARD SEARFOSS HELEN SHNIR BARBARA SCHNEIDER DORIS SEIBOLD PAUL SIMONS DORIS SCHNETZLER LILLIAN SHADE RUSSELL SKINNER 1946 DOROTHY L. SMITH: She will settle down for life, get a good husband, and make a good wife. DOROTHY MAE SMITH: Proof of her worth we have in every deed. Jones Jr. l, Phils 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3. JUANITA SMITH: Quiet and sweet, she's hard to beat. Friendship 2. LAWRENCE SMITH: Off to ioin the navy goes Smitty, with his manner clever and witty. Jones Jr. 'I, Biology 2, Foot- ball Reserves 2. ANN SNARE: Witty, cunning, and sweet, she goes to college, more friends to meet. Phils 'I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Friendship 2, V.-Pres. 3 and 4, Edelian Sr. Class Editor 4. Jr. and Sr. Class Play Com. ROSEMARIE SNIEGOWSKI: An office job is preferred by Rosie, in this we think she will feel quite cozy. JACK SNYDER: Spider's the boy you can't get down, on the football field he'II always gain ground. Q. D. 3, Serg't-at- Arms 4, Football I, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4. JANE SNYDER: Going to art school is anything but dead, pretty pictures will be made by Red. Jones Jr. I. MARION SNYDER: A cute little miss with a winning smile. Jones Jr. 'I, Zets 4. MYRNA SNYDER: I, too, will go to college with the crowd, work hard and make my parents proud. National Honor 4, Friendship 4, Biology 2, 3, 4, Crystal 3, 4. BARBARA SOWRY: University of Michigan will become more active with the appearance of Barbie to make it more at- tractive. National Honor 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 'l, 2, 3. KENNETH SPERBER: Diligent, quiet, and unassuming, for him, a bright future is looming. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4. VIVIAN SPEWEIK: Sincere, true, and unselfish-that's Viv. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. MARILYN STAFFORD: Her personality has gained her many a friend, she'II be true to them to the end. Scott T, Phils 2, 3, 4, Friendship 4, Edelian Club Editor 4, Cowboy Round- up Com. DON STAMBAUGH: Hunting and fishing are fun for him, maybe that's why Don's so full of vim. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Engi- neers 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Biology 2, Football Reserve 2, Bowling League 4. DOROTHY L. SMITH ROSEMARIE SNIEGOWSKI BARBARA SOWRY DOROTHY MAE SMITH JACK SNYDER KENNETH SPERBER .IUANITA SMITH .IANE SNYDER VIVIAN SPEWEIK LAWRENCE SMITH MARION SNYDER MARILYN STAFFORD ANN SNARE MYRNA SNYDER DON STAMBAUGH SENIORS PAT STINEHART: With plenty of pep, little Pat will always be found where there's fun. Jones Jr. I, Zets 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Student Council 4, Friendship 4, Biology 2. BOB STONER: Brains and personality, what more could Bob want? Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE STUDER: Someday with my efficiency, l'll boss my oFfice boss-maybe! Jones Jr. I. RAY STULL: Electricity will be his prime vocation, if from the Army he gets a vacation. Macomber 2, 3, Engineers 4, Track 3, 4. NORMAN SUROWIEC: This future college man delights in taking pictures under lights. Robinson Jr. I, Bowling Team 2, 3, 4. JACK SWEENEY: To play the drums is his ioy, at Ohio State, he'll be quite the boy. Jones Jr. I. BETTY TALLENT: To Duke University she's destined to go. Friendship 2, Classical League 3, 4. ED TAPPAN: Ed's gone to sea in suit of blue, but to Libbey he'll always be true. Q. D. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Football, Re- serves 2, 3, Jr. Class President. MURYL TAYLOR: We hope she'll be climbing to her hobby of singing. HELEN THOMPSON: Our Helen is always cheerful and gay. All through life a leader she'll be. Zets 2, 3, 4, National Honor-4. JIM TICE: To join a name band is Jim's desire, of this oc- cupation he'II never tire. Jones Jr. I, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4. BOB TIMBROOK: Though Tim's great interest is boats right now, someday soon, he'll man a plow. HOWARD TRAUTWEIN: Though women and song is Corky's theme, his college career is more than a dream. Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4. JANE TRUMBULL: Sophisticated, but sweet, that certain somebody they all want to meet. Peries I, 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Edelian Class Editor 4. MARILYN TRUMPY: With her beautiful hair and smiling face, she'll go places at a rapid pace. Friendship 2, Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 4. PAT STINEHART JACK SWEENEY JIM TICE BOB STONER BETTY TALLENT BOB TIMBROOK .IOANNE STUDER ED TAPPAN HOWARD TRAUTWEIN RAY STULL MURYL TAYLOR JANE TRUMBULL NORMAN SUROWIEC HELEN THOMPSON MARILYN TRUMPY Q23 Q NWS - S . - -Q I946 WILMA UERKWITZ: The training and drills she has done so well here will make her eFficient as year follows year. Girls' Athl. Assoc. 'I. WINONA WALBOLT: Parties are the occasions she likes best, also in looks she'II pass the test. Phils I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Jr. Ring Com., Jr. and Sr. Class Play Com. GENE WALKER: Gene's joy is his dancing, and towards college, he's advancing. Cheerleader 3, 4. LEOTA WALTER: A nurse to be, that's our Lee. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 2, 3, Recording Sec'y 4. PAT WALTER: Writing to boys in service is fun, perhaps someday she'II marry one. Jones Jr. I. BEVERLY WALTERS: A friend like "Bev" is rare indeed, ready to help in time of need. Friendship 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. JOANNE WARNKE: An honor student all around, she'II hit success with a bound. Waite T, 2, Friendship 4, Latin Club 2. JANET WATSON: To Bowling Green to study art, will give Janet a very good start. Phils I, 2, 3, 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Jr. Play Com. VIVIAN WATSON: Vivian's gay manner and her wit, through all her years at Libbey have made her quite a hit. Friendship 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com. ALBERTA WEAVER: To work in an office is her dream, not to be missed but to be seen. Holgate High 'I. EDYTHE WEAVER: Eyes of blue and hair of brown, "Midgie" is sure to gain renown. Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play Com. HAROLD WEAVER: Though this boy has no future plans, we feel sure he'll pass Iife's exams. VIRGINIA WEBER: The sort of girl you'd like to know. Latin Honor 4, Friendship 2, Classical League 3, 4, Edelian Snap- shot Editor 4. LARRY WEINSTOCK: Larry's hobby is collecting pictures, he'll follow his father with test tubes and mixtures. National Honor 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4. MARY ANNE WERTS: Though in stature she is small, she's the best of them all. Notre Dame Academy 'I, 2, Phils 4, Friendship 4, French Club Censor 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. WILMA UERKWITZ BEVERLY WALTERS EDYTHE WEAVER WINONA WALBOLT JOANNE WARNKE HAROLD WEAVER GENE WALKER JANET WATSON VIRGINIA WEBER LEOTA WALTER VIVIAN WATSON LARRY WEINSTOCK PAT WALTER ALBERTA WEAVER MARY ANN WERTS SENIORS BETTY RUTH WHIPPLE: Even as a laboratory technician, she will still love to dance. Jones Jr. I, Blessed Sacrament Acad. 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 4. JOYCE WHITNEY: T. U. will add Joyce to its roll call next fall. Commercial Club 2, Treas. 3, 4, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 2. ALICE WILHELM: So sweet and quick-she has a personality that clicks. WILLIAM WILGUS: WiIliam's public speaking will help his career, he'll take up law when he leaves here. Hi-Y T, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Biology 2. THESSIA WILLIAMS: Thessia's always happy and gay, per- haps its singing that makes her that way. Friendship 4. HARRIETTE ANN WILSON: "My wish is to get married," says Ann, "and settle down when I get my man." Fremont Ross High I, 2. V TED WINE: All Ted's friends call him "Port", this boy is of the college sort. Forum 3, 4. JOANNE WOELLER: As for trouble, "Jo" has none, that is why she's so full of fun. LOIS WOLFFE: With hair of walnut brown, she hopes to be a beautician in town. Jones Jr. I. MANNISTER WULFF: Unless he goes at the Army's goading, Mac's future work will be railroading. Engineers 'I. BETTY WOTRING: A good sport with a iest on her lips and a twinkle in her eye. Home Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3. RAY WYNN: "I will engage," said Windy "in anything that to me an honest living will bring." Robinson Jr. I. BETTY YEAGER: She's versatile in sports that please, in office practice she's at ease. MELVYN YOUNG: Everyone knows him for his basketball agility, he's very tall and has much ability. Robinson Jr. I. JOANNE ZELT: Jo's favorite color is kelly green, in work or play she is supreme. Jones Jr. I, Friendship 2, Commercial Club 2, Girls' Athl. Assoc. 3, 4. BETTY RUTH WHIPPLE HARRIETTE ANN WILSON BETTY WOTRING JOYCE WHITNEY TED WINE RAY WYNN ALICE WILHELM JOANNE WOELLER BETTY YEAGER WILLIAM WILGUS LOIS WOLFFE MELVYN YOUNG THESSIA WILLIAMS MANNISTER WULFF JOANNE ZELT K '5 - 'ci ,5s25Y5i3Z!Qi?.i5fi113Z?i3 ' . . 5' ' 194 DUANE ZIELINSKI: This sport-loving lad who is so tall finds the business world his main call. RUTH ZIMMER: Ruthie loves to sit in an office and write, keep books straight and her boss's face bright. Fairview High l, National Honor 4, Friendship 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Corres. Sec'y 4. JEAN ZIMMERMAN: So pleasing. So precious. So polite. Jones Jr. 'l. DICK ZINK: ln school, his sports were his pastime, next on the list is his college climb. Jones Jr. 'l, Q. D. 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Reserve Football 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track 2, 3, 4. LOIS ZOLLNER: Her favorite color is the red of a rose, in an office she'll have no foes. E ROBERT A. DERLATKA: He went away to ioin the Marines, now he's back to fulfill his clreams. Football 2, 3. DUANE ZIELINSKI RUTH ZIMMER JEAN ZIMMERMAN DICK ZINK LOIS ZOLLNER ROBERT A. DERLATKA SALUTATORY Ill "Commencement What a strange word to use to designate the day on which at last we put aside for all time the school work we have carried for so many happy years. "Completion" would seem to be a more appropriate term. But that would not be life, for in this world everything that marks an end also marks a beginning. The end of one day is the commencement of another. So it is with our education. What we have learned at school, valuable as it is, is only a beginning. The end of our school work really means the commencement of those experiences which put to the test the principles we have learned. Whether or not we have derived the full advantages of our training thus far will be determined by our later success. As we venture forth in life we are wholly on our own. We do know that. The garden of the world is a paradise of miracles and wonders that only those who have their inner sight wide open to the infinite mysteries of life may ever recognize. Let us think of our graduating class as a tiny seed just pushing out to grow upward into the perfect expression of maturer life. For these short years we few human seedlings have been nurtured in this one fertile spot, our school. Our parents and teachers have guided and loved us, because of the possibilities they could discover in us. With all the power that they possess they nourished us, hoping that we would grow into something great and fine. The same God that created all of us has given to each the same necessary qualities for a rich and balanced life. We have absorbed now all the protection that has been bestowed upon us. Now we must push out into the open world and match our individual strength against all of life's possibilities. Our past years have been safe, snug, and happy ones, but now the time has come for us to part and for each to take root in the soil to which our own tastes and talents must essentially assign us. Time, with the swiftness of an eagle, has carried us over this span of happy years, and placed us at the broad road that leads onward and upward and outward into the world. As we stand here, we wish to thank our parents whose faith and hope in us has been wonderful, and to Mr. Williams, our principal, who has been to us such a wonderful example of courage and good- ness we pledge our loyalty and love. We also express our appreciation of the splendid work done by our teachers, and especially during the past year by our acting principal, Mr. Rusie. Their patience and encouragement were never failing and will be an inspiration to us all through life. The ideal of our school is an ideal of democracy. lt is the foundation of the individual liberty of intelligent citizenship. The destiny of our city is largely in our hands. Our school has prepared us for this continuous development, by teaching us determination and ability to overcome conflicting forces. Our life has been strengthened by the excellent and productive period spent in a school like ours where "Day after, day youth wends its way - pausing awhile, yet not to stay." AUDREY McROPLUS VALEDICTORY Today, for the first time in five years, a graduating class faces a world brightened by the encouraging reality of peace. ln our thankfulness that the war is over, we must assume the responsibility of doing every thing we can, grasping every opportunity however insignificant it may seem, to contribute to the preservation of that peace. Shakespeare wrote, "l find the people strangely fantasied, possess'd with rumors, full of idle dreams, not knowing what to fear, but full of fear." So would he find us today. During the war America was not afraid. As a nation we did not fear the Nazis nor the Fascists nor the Nipponese. Knowing what had to be done, we unfiinchingly did it. Yet now that the battlefields are quiet, we seem to be groping in a fog of fear. Haunting us is the fear of atomic bombs, fear of inflation, fear of communism, fear of Russia, fear of another war. For centuries men have had fears. The Caveman was frightened by light- ning because he didn't know what it is. The early mariner was frightened by the sea because he did not understand it. The iungle savage today is fright- ened by the airplane because to him it is something new and strange and noisome. Never has fear been overcome by being afraid. "Fear always springs from ignorance," said Emerson. That being true, the antidote for fear is under- standing. Our class if T946 has just covered an important stretch of this road of understanding, called education, which continues on ahead as far as we care to follow it. We owe our deepest respect and gratitude to those leaders who have made our progress thus far possible. For their years of patience, sacrifice, and love, we can hardly thank our parents with words. To do for others what they have done for us must certainly be one of our highest objectives. For years of training, that have pointed the way toward continued progress in meeting the problems of modern living, we are grateful to our teachers and to our acting principal, Mr. Rusie. To follow in our lives all that they have taught is a real challenge. For years of inspiration and spiritual guidance far surpassing what we learn from textbooks, it is impossible to express fully here our heartfelt appre- ciation to our principal, Mr. Williams. Each of us will always hold a profound admiration of him because of those qualities by which he has merited and attained true greatness. Grateful for our heritage, hopeful for our future, enlightened by the teach- ings of our school, we humbly accept our obligations as citizens of the world. To you, Libbey, to you, teachers, to you, Mr. Williams, and to all the wonderful experiences and associations that to us mean Libbey High, we say farewell! WILLIAM HEATER. JUNIOR GIRLS Row I-Marilynn Arner, Margaret Swartz, Linda Wilgus, Lois Kaufman, Charline Miller, Patricia Kohler, Mary Jane Hess, Lois Tussing, Lois Hartman, Maribelle Bennett. Row 2-Esther Mrozowski, Joyce Luginbuhl, Bonnie Eversole, Lois Shanteau, Doris McFarland, Jean Linenkugel, Peggy Eichelberger, Donna Greene, Luette Porazinski, Patte MacDonald. Row 3-Lois Marquardt, Shirley Sielschott, Mildred Pomeroy, Shirley Teall, Jacquelyn Winn, Joan Koch, LaVonne Ridley, Esther Dixon, Doris Hubaker, Mary Thomas, Row 4-Mary Dame, Patricia Dolley, Fredericka Schmous, Dawn Voelzow, Donna Gable, Mary Culver, Ruth Morris, Genevieve Noble, Loretta Meriweather, Marie Howell, Rita Ciaciuch, Carolyn Dzingleski. JUNIOR BOYS Row I-Maynard Dannenberger, Jim Cardwell, Gerald Palmer, Pete Ruble, Robert Shook, Dan Harrison, Ray Knerr, Jack Overly, James Gaines, Robert Verolon. Row 2-James O'Cormell, Dick Ludwig, James Turner, Richard Humphreys, Carlos Loehrke, Jack Mehlman, Jerry Moore, Jim Dudley, Virgil Dixon. Row 3-Paul Yutzy, David Wilson, Robert Weatherly, Ken Skiver, Arthur Osborn, William Harris, Richard Smith, John Rohen, Larry Schwartz, 'Nalter Boggs. 4-Leo Houston, George Foster, Robert Noethen, Louis Neitlfng, Frank Rowe, Bob Ball, George Hamilton, Jack Gehm, Eugene Steiner, Bill Dowell, Clark Bourgeois. JUNIOR GIRLS Row I-Rita Jagodzinski, Catherine Shoemaker, Shirley Willyard, Barbara Frank, Mary Hirschy, Peggy .Io Shannon, Annette Black, Pat Findley, Barbara Bigelow, Bonnie Lybarger, Nina Wittich. Row 2- Bonita Dilbone, Betty Lindhurst, Joan Stoup, Mae Pearl Toler, Gladys Mollison, Sylvia Williams, Marion Golus, Pat Soboleski, Doris Barnes, Doris Stone, Ramona Salzwedel. Row 3-Donna Schutt, Norma Dolbee, Dona Orns, Sylvia Bowes, Carmen Gerig, Sheldon Baldwin, Pat Cairl, Shirley Breitner, Pauline Weaver, Gloria Ellis, Beatrice McCloud. Row 4-Aileen Harrison, Donna Huff, Donna Tittle, Iantha Garner, Doris Newton, Willie Mae Duhart, Mary Forrest, Lois Miller, Emma Wyatt, Geraldine Weatherly. JUNIOR BOYS Row I-Jack Tanalski, Harold Clark, Leonard Cole, Bill Straub, Max Kinkaid, Eugene Genaszek, Charles Dennis, Theodore Wilson, Richard Dandino, Glenn Bowsher. Row 2-Wayne Schmidt, Jim Hedges, Jim Baron, Donald Brachheimer, Carl Schultz, Bill Trost, Don Corrigan, Bob Keholm, Max Save, Bob Mensing, Joe Taberner. Row 3-George Tolles, Henry Wenzel, Lester Pierce, Harold Klempner, Bob Steinman, Bob Sitzenstock, Theodore Hampton Bey, Charles Gibson, Emerson Ballard, Donald Ganss, Richard Palmer. Row 4-Bob Adams, Don Palenske, Don Ramsey, Dan Rodgers, Rubelle Ashley, Robert Rataiczak, Carl Pietrykowski, Tom Schoettley, Dave Strance, Bill Weit, Grady Adger. JUNIOR GIRLS Row I-Nancy Henricks, Wanda Beehler, Bernice Behrens, Rose Van Dorp, Nancy Glew, Bea Rogers, Patti Wiedersatz, Vivian Schwind, Wilma Diegelman, Margaret Gilligan. Row 2-Donna Wingert, Patricia Zychowicz, Betty Jane Zanter, Cherry Frost, Rita Domowicz, Madelyn Young, Iris Fuqua, Dorothy Wilson, Shirley Harley, Marie Daley, Pat Maiers. Row 3-Arletta Ness, JoAnn Beck, Phyllis Corrill, Donna Hehl, Pat Angell, Clarice McHenry, Leona Mae Winters, Dorothy Anderson, Elizabeth McClelland, Minnie Lee Rison. Row 4-Lenore Jonas, Lois Kachenmeister, Helen Ellerman, Ramona Leggett, Joan Rosendoul, Joanne Bunge, Jean Winkle, Marjorie Feltz, Doris Harris, Patty Path. JUNIOR BOYS Row I-Don McDermott, Kenneth Pfa'I"f, Robert Fuller, Tom Rigney, Earl Laishley, Russell Crossman, Tom Lorenz, Jack Baker, Richard Kuhr, Don Eberhard, Row 2-James Tarrent, John Morris, Willard McCall, Richard Siefert, Jim Aufderheide, Bernard Thobe, Bill Huntsman, Jack Brazeau, Phillip Braun, Richard Jacobs. Row 3-Bob Wiser, Jack Ellis, Bob Whitaker, Bruce Bashore, Ernie Heller, Paul Katz, Jim Kevelder, Tex Carman, Jerry Manz, Bob Latimer, Marvin Saccucci. Row 4-Don Dick, Ted Textor, Robert Hood, Robert Momsen, Jim Fenner, Eugene Sund, David Wandtke, Bob Coffey, Ross Smith, Tom Coulter, Ray Mehling. JUNIOR GIRLS Row 'I-Lila Mae Kirsch, Betty Frosch, Lucille Zinser, Joanne Cook, Ann Szymanowska, Jean Lowrie, Helen Dyal, Jeanette Hassen, Darlene Coger, Shirley Butler, Sara Parker. Row 2-Mildred Baker, Shirley Bevens, Dolores Bunck, Yvonne Sandys, Mary Lou Dussel, Katherine Whitten, Bernadine Krall, Pearl Dyal, Phyllis Damschroder, Jean Thompson. Row 3-Beverly Knitt, Betty Callahan, Betty Lamb, Shirley Hochmuth, Georgene McClain, Mary Stophlet, Virginia Macias, Mildred LeBowsky, Pat Brach, Nancy Braithwaite, Phyllis Brillhart. Row 4-Barbara Kelb, Lois Anne Knitt, Barbara Haye, Shirley Kells, Georgia Hite, Mary Peth, Jacquelyn Bremer, Joanne Winkleman, Mary Jane Netermyer, Charlotte Brockway, Dorothy Brockway. Row 'I-Vivian Wynn, Valree Moore, June Murphy, Phyllis Wodrich Barbara Louthan Carolyn Pizza Joan Bache, Phyllis Ferguson, Sue Smith, Alcena Wittenberg. Row 2 Corky Bohnert Margorle Leltner Catherine Boyer, Leona Davenporte, Doris Amstutz, Louise Meyers Artella Rankms Jean Lynes June Flowers, Barbara Patsey. Row 3-Lu Mahoney, Larie Henry, Lillian Thomas Yvonne DuBois Gloria James, Carol Vartice, Delora Peoples, Norma LaMont, Delores Parsons Barbara Stone Row 4 Mary Christy, Joan Starkey, Pat Cothern, Nancy Lee, Joan Helms, Alice Ingle Marilyn Ness Mariorle Suddath, Mary Ann Bernritter, Beatrice DeLine. JUNIOR GIRLS Row 'I-Virginia Devers, Geraldine Paulson, Leona Riebe, Martha Mountain, Lucy Cremean, Nancy Shoemaker, Kathleen Marry, Dorothy Will, Ginnie Cox, Geri Ammann. Row 2-Marilyn Bracht, LaDonna Howe, Catherine Frazier, Irma Sierra, Nellie Steger, Roberta Higgins, Avis Weaver, Donna Whiteman, Jeannine Siegel, Arlene Flory. Row 3-Marilyn Dannenberger, Joyce Allison, Jane Seitz, JoAnne Pete, Lois Fralich, Carolyn Fuerst, Pat Foley, Joyce Roper, Donna Walker, Virginia Jones. Row 4-Patti Wandel, Carol Goede, Doris Gockerman, Theresa Fischer, Wilma Keil, Helen Revill, Marian Klosterhaus, Mary Helen Seideman, Rita Zeiler, Caryol McLargin, Phyllis Fraszewski. Muff JUNIOR BOYS Row 'l-Leonard Konczal, Joseph Stader, Paul Kurth, Paul Shurtz, Richard Zbieraiewski, Bernard Wodarski, John Waller, Bill Miller, Bill Thorpe. Row 2!David Musgrave, Richard Thanasiu, Bill Lewinski, Jack Bernard, Bob Henricks, Richard Baginski, Harold Mucci, Bob Stanton, Sigmund Geremski, Jim Vander Horst, Dick De Laney. Row 3-Bill Leonhardt, Paul Raitz, George Gors, Tom Lasko, Robert Solarek, Jack Trumpy, Glen Sauer, Paul- Chamberlain, Walter McNeerly, Richard Goodwin, Robert Powell. Row 4-Frank Grohoski, Paul Bricker, Donald Lee, Harold Pohlman, Ronald Niett, Pat Bennett, Joe O'Connell, William Stader, Robert Thomas, Robert Schell, John Wing. ,jam A 122 lij, 9 . ' . ? ix' .4 . 'S '19 .vu -x pri ,K gg, 99 Q 'Hi '. . W., t 3 ui All Wmwi Q z1msfaN?v Q g ,- 5..: 1' i Wi., ' 2 -35: iiwb 5 w X iv K M 5 Vg Xa Q k '33 ' Ty' ., 1 ..,. Q . if if Q ww iii SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 'I-Doris Leslie, Mary Ann Thompson, Martha Barnett, Pat Wysong, Ruth Elaine Reichardt, Betty Lerans, Gwendolyn Zoll, Patsy Rice. Row 2-Charlotte Eikost, Donna McCurdy, Helen Parrish, Nancy Thull, Nancy Petsch, Bonnie Woolf, Mary Lou Curtin, Ruth LaBeau. Row 3-Phyllis McCluggage, Sylviann Taylor, Delores Przybylski, Betty Lou Parson, Betty Jean Ramsey, Joan Streicher, Mary Stein, Jo Ann Hein, Lois Schmidt. Row 4-Joanne Santelli, Donna Pheils, Mary Hamann, Jackie Mangas, Sally Wisbon, Bonnie Jane Krauss, DeEtte McKinstry, Jimmie Penamon, Shirley Hutton. SDPHOMORE BOYS Row 1-Don Thornton, Joe Koch, Norman Perry, Don Will, Richard Wulfli, Charley Settles, Don Draheim, Jerry Burkhardt, Jack Quinlivan. Row 2-Bill Heltelurake, Bob Newell, Robert Longberry, Howard Lugabihl, Bob Smith, Bernard J. Simon, Reginald Crozier, Dick Dunham, John Spence. Row 3-Robert Coleman, George Wilson, Jerry Reiter, Ken Hartman, Don Proudfoot, Tom Zawodni, Jack Crooks, Harry Michalak, Dick Klueter. Row 4-Bernard Williams, Fred Leydorf, Ron Bowman, Dick Bade, Donald Davey, Rier Smith, R. C. Young, Carlton Heckrotte, Tom Rogers. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 1-Beverly Snyder, Lucille Nowicki, Winifred Feeney, Virginia Peters, Marie Bridge, Agnes O'Hara, Lois Black, Lena Diterlizzi, Rita Dominique, Betty Wood. Row 2-Mary Campbell, Isabella Kazmaier, Pat Courtad, Pattie Dienst, Jean Elliot, Louise Hoecherl, Dolores Wagner, Lois Pasch, Ruth Laiiness, Carole Collins. Row 3-Caroline Heslet, Lois Weber, Carol Kunstbeck, Betty Budzinski, Margie Hering- hausen, Betty Schroder, Anne Miller, Joyce Kurth, Naomi Belk, Shirley Sype. Row 4-Francella Williams, Margaret Westmoreland, Evelyn Shorter, Dorothy Simmons, Mildred Powell, Bertha Hosmer, Elaine Jeakle, Bonnie Gene Krauss, Barbara Klempner, Jimmie Penamon. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row 'I-Eddie Ellwood, Ernie Ray, Paul Taft, Herbert Frosch, Don Werner, James Britton, Bob Schultz, Norman Harvey, Edwin McCurdy, Richard Veitch. Row 2-Jack McNary, George Katschke, Loren Tobin, Ralph Diefenbach, Donald McLaughlin, Bud Gosda, Alex Balcerzak, Daniel Mead, Donald Klein, Joe Fosbender. Row 3-Jack Rynn, Don Bodi, Jim Collins, Raymond Jackson, Robert Ryan, Donald Schrader, Donald Swanson, Louis Hunt. Row 4-Harold Lindsey, Merle Graser, Joseph Goatley, Jack Henning, Edward Kury, Jack Patterson, Melvin Stanton, Harry Broadway, Donald Grey. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 'I-Barbara Fretz, Ruth Reichardt, Coralee Meyers, Mary Jane Stanish, Helen DeLores, Donna Langel, Joanne Wagner. Row 2-Dolly Layman, Phyllis Martin, Audrey Sheehan, Betty Lou Hoffman, Margaret Wanner, Jeanne Stewart, Barbara Ruch, Nancy Johnson. Row 3-Lois Seibold, Jackie Hugh, Shirley Toland, Helen Ritter, Betty Gilts, Marilyn Royer, Margaret Struble, Betty Williamson. Row 4- Betty Holtgrieve, Phyllis Kramer, Carol Ann Cousino, Reva Apger, Doris Grenier, Florence Fuller, Marilyn Pindoley, Beryle Dunlap. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row l-Kenneth Kramp, Ford Cauttiel, Cliff Kuiawa, Gilbert Haas, Amos Boccus, Donald Byrd, Lawrence Boyd, Lester Bell, Lewis Turner. Row 2-Glenn Irwin, Bob Riddle, Roger Smith, Don Raszka, Delbert Fox, Tommy Rees, George Dunphy, Jim Rowe, William Turner. Row 3-Lehman Myers, Lester Pelter, John Kujawa, Milton Mygatt, Fred Grossmann, Jim Watson, John Osborn, Albert Sawyer, Donald White. Row 4-James Wilkinson, Gerald Momsen, Vern Fauble, Leroy Kroggel, Leo Poenicke, Homer Gilbert, Dale Dick, Wayne Seppeler, Forest Taylor. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 'I-Doris Amos, Mary Stocks, Helen Jean Hauser, Virginia Lipp, Edna Strong, lda Mae Hirauye, Betty Howard, Patricia Miller, Joyce Cousino, Cecile Taylor. Row 2-Pat Nagel, Donna Weidman, Roberta Eldredge, Janet Seeman, Pat Fiander, Felice Zdawczyk, Bette Sue Benson, Yvonne Prior, Anna Patton. Row 3-Bernice Bowman, Lula Bohannon, .lean Lindsey, Oreatha Syph, Olivia Bowman, Virginia .Craig, Mary Oates, Patti Webster, Gladys Bourn, Equilla Gibson. Row 4-Ann Heidlotf, Jo Ann Besisie, Barbara Bunting, Audrey Stevens, Carol Spangler, Vernice Britton, Drucilla Gibson, Clara Mollison, Mary Booker, Ann Bumpus, Vivian Pearson. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row l-Bernard Kiefer, Richard Malecki, David King, John Kirkpatrick, Don Brokaw, Melvin Luettke, Jack Edwards, Steve Urzykowski, Robert Paluch. Row 2-John Garling, Donald Dickes, Paul Hottman, Richard Bartell, Jack Curtis, Donald Becker, Bob Bensch, Fred Stiebler, Dick Nadolny. Row 3-William Reynolds, Glenn Wenz, Alfred Hattery, Roland Krabill, Don Knott, Don Urbanski, Stanley Knapik, Joe Knapik, Howard Buck. Row 4-Robert Wheeler, Roy Sterrett, Bob Peters, Walter Niezgoda, Leonard Mierzeiewski, Gerald Pereus, Robert Raitz, Chet Czerniak, Edward Urbaniok. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row l-Lou Ann Hartsfeld, Lucille Baker, Betty Bauman, Laveeda Rose, Virginia Spiroft, Patricia Wood, Bonn'e Kamper, Lois Howe. Row 2-Doris Baker, Betty Jean Ramsey, Norma Jean Kasten, Nancy Strang, Norene Duby, Janet Rummell, Jane Stamm. Row 3-Theodorsia Soriano, Pat Hartenfeld, Shirley Putbrese, Jo Ann Martin, Joanne Ruth, Mary Katherine Katz, Suzanne Sears, Dorothy Schudel, Jackie Redman. Row 4-Elizabeth Reese, Adele Smith, Barbara Batchman, Joyce Ashby, Bettie Brown, Joyce Oakes, Verbena Henry, Pat Gable, Rosemary Romeo. SOPHOMORE BCYS Row l-Don Thornton, John Chmielewski, Don Draheim, Sam Nakagawa, Paul Taft, Roy Woltte, Herbert Frosch, Norman Perry, Bayne Byrd. Row 2-James Wilkinson, Kenneth Hartman, Donald Will, Richard Wulff, Jim Brown, Frank Grohowski, Donald Davey, Steve Tryc, Charles McClelland. Row 3- Don Swanson, Robert Priest, Bob Schultz, Tom Rees, Dick Klueter, Richard Martin, Tom Zowodni, Charley Settles, Row 4-Robert Leon, Jack Henning, Melvin Stanton, Bob Peters, Donald Klein, Harry Michalak, John Osborn, Lyle Hooper, Clarence Asmus. SCPHOMORE GIRLS Row 'I-Lois Sellers, Shirley Giberson, Marie Sheehy, Carol Eschedor, Arletla Marie Ledyard, Nancy Yulzy, Jennie Huls, Virginia Osfrowska. Row 2-Peggy Carey, Dolly Layman, Alice Janicki, Jean Hauri, Berlha Hosmer, Naomi Belk, DeElle McKinslry, Belly Lou Parson. Row 3-Carol Shell, Nancy Johnson, Lillian Zielhlow, Belly Jean Hubbard, Marlha Jeanne Glanzman, Virginia Payne, Barbara Norris, Belly Lerans. Row 4-Rulh LaBeau, .loan Slreicher, Mary Lou Curlin, Carol Nelson, Mary Louise Bellingham, Rose Mary Willhardl, Rose Elaine Rosinski, Rulhann Lockwood. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row 'l-Bob Pafchen, George Slromdahl, Jerry Wesllick, Bill Kuhman, Jim Slambaugh, Dick Marlin, Alberl Mcllralh, Bob Campbell, Jack Wainwrighl, Sam Nakagawa. Row 2-Kennelh Ferguson, Jim Burk, Dick Fellhauer, Tom Zollars, Larry Coy, James Miller, Rae Kifchen, Bob Sarchiz, Richard Myers, Elmer Fink. Row 3-Carl Johns, Dick Lee, Bill McLuckie, Richard Kloeppel, Clarence Asmus, Herral Long, Bill McCluggage, Bob Box, Frank Bodenmiller. Row 4-Bob Schiehsl, David Kaczala, Paul Phillips, Richard Evans, Dick Heuerman, Frank Gwodz, Don Wessenclorf, Don Cosgrove, Jerry Huebner. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 'I-Belly Piffenger, Mary Duenas, Martha Barneff, Dolores Koehler, Pai' Pafrick, Sally Vanyo, Eileen Marggraf, Virginia Wagner. Row 2-Kalhryn Parle'He, Lois LeFFel, Shirley Jay, Agafha Bruno, Onalee Remusar, Jeanne Terrell, Marilyn Malleif, Theresa Wolniewicz. Row 3-Gloria Bunge, Joan Schulfz, Pal Meidf, LaVerne Cole, Shirley Ufer, Paulyne Morgan, Virginia Driver, Jean Benson, Pai Krall. Row 4-Virginia Allmon, Lois Ann Eden, Joanne Good, Mary Okupniak, Dorothy Vander Horsf, Florence Mixon, Frances Jones, Lorraine Perkins, Mamie Earl. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row 'l-Don Warnke, Donald Double, Don Fader, Richard Grzybowski, John Chmielewski, Eugene Kraus, Charles Roberts, Roberi J. Smith, James Ledford. Row 2-William Reynolds, Lyle Hooper, Richard Denomy, Noel Wilcox, Robert Leon, Bill Phalen, Don Pyle, Bill Messerly, Leonard Sfeinmiller. Row 3-Danny Durham, Richard Williams, Joe Tucholski, Jack Pisiilli, Steve Tryc, Bill Hauden, Robert Sugg, Frank Killian, Harold Vanderluir. Row 4-William Smiih, Edward Schriner, Roberf Kowalski, Chuck Bourquin, Edward Moser, Don Noefhen, Ronald Kolodzaike, Roberf Priesi, John Harrold. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row l-Martha Swert, Esther Muszynski, Eileen Saborski, Rita Dembowski, Esther Matuszynski, Fran Vorderburg, Fran Harris, Nancy Klueter. Row 2-Jennie Huls, Virginia Ostrowskcl, Dottie Suhr, Gracie Redfern, Olivia Harrison, Miriam Hyatt, Yvonne Willems, Shirley Frank. Row 3-Marilyn Collins, Ruth Wohlfort, Joanna Stein, Myrtle Hartford, Mary Ann Dunlap, Phyllis Duden, Kathryn Martin, Helen Meier, Donna Huepenbeclcer. Row 4-Mary Alice Wenzel, Joan Snyder, Shirley Strong, Mary Beier, Barbara Campbell, Judy Shunk, Virginia Payne, Dorothy Ridge, Marilyn Heuerman. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row 'I-Truman Kosier, Boyne Byrd, Donald Gammon, Oliver Clay, Howard Farnham, Ken Baker, Gene Gokey, Roy Wolffe, Bill Dunlap. Row 2-Clifford Brimmer, Ernest Robarge, William Kirkendall, Charles McClelland, Freddie Webb, Richard Wiser, Leo Hamilton, Leon Bowman, Charles Simpson. Row 3-Gerald Palmer, Andrew Bey, Eugene Ballard, Bill Place, Bob Byersmith, John Szymanski, James Robb, Bob Schaub, William Knepper. Row 4-Jack Howard, Douglas Colpaert, Gerald Brazeau, Melvin Janowiecki, Robert Johnson, Johnny Scott, David Long, Ralph Malczewski, Marland Adkins. FRESHMAN GIRLS Row 'I-Yolanda Fortunato, Rita Lesczynska, Vondella Foster, Edith Wilson, Grace Robinson, Alice Rice, Nancy Bauman, Jacqueline Anderson, Marilynne Old. Row 2-Elizabeth Hinderer, Phyllis Litten, Alice White, Nancy Smith, JoAnn Reed, Lois Edwards, Elsie Gustafson, Violet Pomeroy, Pat Houser. Row 3- Charlotte Gaynor, Shirley Richard, Barbara Rudzinski, Shirley Campbell, Carole Wessendorf, Shirley Erd, Betty Grills, Nancy McCarthy, Elsie Schnabel. Row 4-Dorothy Sommers, Gladys A. England, Louise Boone, Alice Bradley, Susan Booth, Doreen Felser, Joan Thomas, Nancy Simon, Mary Lou Ruehle. FRESHMAN BOYS Row 'l-Lester Poulson, Eddie Woodfin, Gerald Piotrowicz, Earl Eckhart, Nathaniel Washington, Charles Wyatt, Raymond Popiela, Robert Nowicki, Richard Machcinski, Bill Benson. Row 2-Lester Murry, Kenneth Kime, Charles Dolley, Melvin Wesolowski, Robert Stainbrook, Duane Boerst, Bob Sandys, Harry Savage, Lee Conger. Row 3-Stanley Konieczka, Thomas Zaciewski, James Wise, Don Smith, Russell Stark, Harry Vaughan, Bob Stilfney, Chester Kwiatkowski, Richard Kina, Kellogg Morton. Row 4-Herman Kahler, Daniel Ciaciuch, Paul Kasza, Eugene Ziolkowski, Karl Wolfert, Paul Demole, Robert Long, Richard Watson, Clifford Knopp, Carl Spangler. FRESHMAN GIRLS Row 'I-La Verte Harris, Rosemary Holloway, Dorothy Macieiewska, Esther Jones, Paddy Feltman, Gloria Grisvard, Myra Brubaker, Ruth Ann Humphreys, Joyce Rubadeux. Row 2-Betsy Mogle, Donna Smith, Nina Ford, Rosemary Gilsdorf, Stephanie Maras, Tillie Przybylski, Lennora Lucas, Nettie Mae Craig, Purlean Jordan. Row 3-Glenna Trye, Carolyn Graves, Elaine Hirschy, Carol Oden, Shirley Wilhelm, Lois Netermyer, Phyllis Chamberlain, Patsy Reynolds, Jacqueline Brug. Row 4-Betty Jane Lindsey, Katie Earl, Shirley Stader, Joyce Schroeder, Eleanor Buske, Mariorie Gottschalk, Jane Beroske, Helen Urbaniak, Rose Marie Vanderpol. FRESHMAN BOYS Row l-Claude Huntley, Jr., Arthur Rice, Clifford Bester, Don Hill, Royce Buchler, Clarence Signs, Jim Stewart, Tom Collins, Bob Bunting, Robert Simplcins. Row 2-Paul Bode, Bill Arner, Willard Gomoll, Howard Harms, Dan O'Shea, Harry Vaughan, Chester Werner, Michael Anaya, Richard Schneider. Row 3-Ernest Kavanaugh, Richard Dominiak, Tom Steinman, James Anderson, Don Brunner, Johnny O'Holloran, Jerry Kaminski, Gene Marney, Henry Harper. Row 4-Lawrence Warner, Donald Simmerman, Whittie Myers, Regnal Easterly, James Moody, Lawrence Dotson, Ernest Jones, Robert Thomas, Bill Niehous, Paul Geyer. 87 1 FRESHMAN GIRLS Row 1-Rita Szymanowska, Marilyn Jones, Janice Meyer, Jeanne Connors, Virginia Mae Becker, Harriet Jones, Donna Thompson, Eve Ann Speyer, Charlotte Moreland. Row 2-Ann Meek, Mary Jane O'Hara, Lois Haefner, Dolores Helminiak, Gladys Witcher, Danetta Smith, Elclora Jones, Lyla White, June McClure. Row 3-Sally Harding, Helen Ensign, Shirley Schnell, Shirley Lovell, Margret Pirner, Rita Milewska, Helen Smieszny, Stephanie Maskala, Vendura Rotondon. Row 4-Rosalind Weiss, Jeane Gable, Kathleen Grandpair, Elizabeth Braun, Connie Lorentz, June Dickson, Marilyn Keyser, Amy Jacobs, Jacqueline Key, FRESHMAN BOYS Row 1-James Devers, Paul Emerson, Kenney Fogelsanger, Wendell Bohnert, Charles Garner, Bryan Anderson, Tom Bowes, Jack Jones, Richard Dysert, Edward Dennis. Row 2-Jim Huntsman, Joseph Jankowski, Edward Henry, Robert Chew, Marvin Clark, George Schellhase, Richard Bockbrader, James Gooch, Walter Campbell, Dave Saunders. Row 3-Jack Steinman, Howard Hiltinger, Charles Bowes, Glenn Raitz, Wilbert Stephens, Avery Fuqua, Broner Halley, Charles Meinert, Don Shanteau. Row 4 Bill Koapp, Don Hosking, Jack Barnes, Carl Engelhardt, Ronald Long, Robert Harvey, George Hurst, Dick Timm, Roland Engler, Donald Kasch. FRESHMAN GIRLS Row i-Rose Mary Fall, Patricia Nowak, Loretta Mierzwiak, Jacqueline Zdawczyk, Dorothy Mason, Betty Williams, Dolores Cassidy, Eleanor Wheeler, Mary Anthowiak. Row 2-Joanne Hubaker, Sally Krause, Janet Kesling, Carolyn Manz, Loa Mae Stone, Betty Elrod, Jackie Penn, Nancy Huke, Ruth Schmous. Row 3-Phyllis Purol, Eleanor Burdasz, Lillian McLaughlin, Laurial Gill, Dolores De Laine, Marquita Clarke, Geneva Gregory, Evelyn Mitchell, Audrey Ceglarski. Row 4-Theresa Dybala, Mildred Anteau, Beatrice Dusseau, Joan Kuntz, Rosiebell Pate, Shirlie Curtis, Doris Stanton, Shirley Pohlman, Geraldine Wilczynski. FRESHMAN BOYS Row 1-Stephen Mazurek, Jim Laidig, Robert Laishley, Jim Pedersen, James Lisiakowski, Ted Siwa, Leon Mowka, Ronald Napolski, Ronald Langa. Row 2-Henry Duenas, John Muszynski, John Wooddall, Richard Timbrook, Bob Benson, Robert Lowe, Don Reim, Edmund Zielinski, Stanley Tucholski. Row 3- Donald Swartz, Jimmy Packer, Marvin Reams, George Thomas, Charles North, Walter Wells, Donald Gwinner, Norman Larrow, Vincent Dauer. Row 4-Steven Vanyo, Gerald Whitney, Burr Mallory, Donald Szymanski, Richard Penrod, Robert Neitzke, Ralph Engelhardt, Ronny Winebrenner, Lester Walker. 4 FRESHMAN GIRLS Row 'l-Gloria Nowicki, Shirley Kasten, Suzanne McNary, Janis Weaver, Joanne Royce, Patricia McClusky, Dorothy Tucholska, Beatrice Sochacki, Mary Thompson. Row 2-Joanne Templin, Joyce Pankowski, Mary Kroll, Florence Wroblewski, Ellen Johnson, Beatrice Huntley, Martha Mason, Gladys Ann Farris, Joyce Brown. Row 3-Henrietta Mitchell, Dolores Gozdowski, Dolores Russell, Pat Small, Mary Reynier, Betty Matteson, Donna Jacques, Mary Ann Whittecar, Phyllis Tubbs, Jane Daykin. Row 4-Bernadine Plewo, Grace Garber, Beverly Remusat, Doris Williams, Carlene Bruns, Kay Stephen- son, Dorothy Powers, Mary Laub, Odessa Thompson, Alice Fikes. FRESHMAN BOYS Row l-Norman Czerniak, Jack Huebner, Charles Wilson, William Bliss, Jerry Canty, Farrell Reid, Roland Orzechowski, Gordon Anderson, Russell Robarge, Frank Macino. Row 2-Richard Kay, Dick Cothern, Walter Heinicki, Daniel Gawronski, Roger Ramsey, Ted Maiewski, Richard Topolski, John Zielinski, Felix Smigielski, Louis Hass. Row 3-Leland Goggans, Don Gozdovfski, Marvin Filas, Duane Loehrke, William Carr, Donald Heckathorn, Dominic Bruno, Donald lgnasia, Raymond Alaramowicz. Row 4- Daniel Glowski, Robert Orzechowski, Donald Jamra, Luther Jones, James Revett, Hans Lee, David Brisbin, Mervin Dybala, Bob Dzingleski. FRESHMAN GIRLS Row 'I-Betty Lou Weber, Sophia Ledzinski, Patricia Lewandowska, Rose Bud Lutz, Thelma Lawrence, Nancy Hadley, Anita Doneghy, Sarah Person, Rita Grzechowiak. Row 2-Mary Jane Miller, Beatrice Taylor, Ellen Burnside, Frances Sobczak, lcla Mae Proudtoot, Billie Kay Winebrenner, Angeline Schneider, Jane Crook, Joyce Runge. Row 3-Nancy Ufer, Nancy Miller, Lois Van Gunten, Alice Patricia McNulty, Cora Mae Hammersmith, Rosemary Cousino, Wilma Westfall, June Relyea, Marilyn Eller, Nancy Eichcrn. Row 4-Lois Snider, Janet Switzer, Ellen Long, Josephine Benington, Marie Wilhelm, Joyce McLaren, Evelyn Lewandowska, Bonnie Momsen, Barbara Goss, Helen McLaughlin. Row 'I-Buddy Fuller, Bob Hubbard, Donald Martin, Herbert Rice, Charles Estes, Dick Gerst, Jerry Koepke, Howard Martin, Louis Robaszkiewicz, Charles Pohlman. Row 2-Kevin Steiner, Donald Zbfera- iewski, Paul Freitag, Richard Kott, Jerry Tucholski, Ora Lawnzak, Dick Secord, John Fuhey, Arnold Rahm, Jack Pfeifer. Row 3-Freddie Gilmore, Lawrence Heyer, Donald Bronikowski, Jimmy Wolfe, Dan Harris, Robert Weitzel, Bob Johnson, James Tuttle, Carl Kennedy. Row 4-Ray Zawierucha, Jim Lowry, Fred Schroeder, Richard McCrary, John Sheets, Felix Boiarski, Frank Mikulski, Lowell Rogers, David Smolenski. i Row 'l-Gerry Feltman, Doris Stone, Wilma Scheffert, Ncryne Morgan, Helen Shnir, Reita Ann Ortmann, Dorothy Klein, Ruby Freeman, Betty Rahm. Row 2-.lane Trumbull, Virginia Weber, Marilyn Fleming, Ann Snare, Miss Payne, Miss Dusha, Mary Helen Seideman, Helen Ellerman, Sue Alberte, Pat Cairl. Row 3-Bob D. Kaiser, Richard Gerlinger, Don Ramsdell, Cordy Crook, Mr. Rusie, Mr. Martin, Georgie Powers, Rol- and Pohlman, Bob Meyer. THE EDELIAN What is it that each upperclassman, particularly if he's a senior, looks forward to from the beginning of school each September until the latter part of May? What is it that each new little freshman eagerly waits for to see whether it lives up to the standards proclaimed by those who have come before him -why of course, it's his Edelian! The literary staff, headed by Cordy Crook, editor-in-chief and Reita Ann Ortmann, associate editor, created the 1946 Edelian from the initial questionnaires, "glossies," copy, cuts, quotations, section panels, layouts, and dummy. The success of any one section of the book depends on the individual editors. Bob Kaiser, Ann Snare, and Noryne Morgan headed the senior section, while Ruby Freeman, Marilyn Fleming, and Marilyn Stafford edited the club section. The class editors were Jane Trumbull and Betty Rahm. The credit for the sports section goes to Bob Meyer and Richard Gerlinger. Georgie Powers and Dorothy Klein worked out the faculty section and Roland Pohlman and Virginia Weber took care of the snapshot department. Helen Shnir spent many long hours as the typist. The financial arrangements for the Edelian were capably supervised by Mr. Charles Martin and his assist- ants: advertising manager, Wilma Scheffert and the circulation manager, Gerry Feltman, who cooperated efficiently and effectively. The very fine athletic pictures and snaps were the results of Miss Payne's patience and effort. Much assist- ance was given to the staff by Mr. Rusie, Although he was not present at Libbey our Principal, Mr. Williams, con- tinued helping us by his kindly encouragement and wise suggestions. The entire direction of the Edelian was in the capable hands of Miss Ruth Dusha, 1 Row i-Pat Findley, Nina Wittich, Louise Meyers, Shirley Kiburtz, Miss Payne, Darlene Coger, Laveeda Rose, Betty Rahm. Row 2-Lois Tuss- ing, Jennie Huls, Bea Rogers, Miss Gerdes, Bernice Roginski, Beverly Cole, Sylvia Bowes, Pat Stinehart, Glenna Bentley. Row 3-Myrna Snyder, Marilyn Eschedor, Lois Schmidt, Beryle Dunlap, Peggy Eichelberger, Ann Leppert, Phyllis Keim, Pat Clark. Row 4-Dick Huffman, Martin Holtgrieve, Dick Dunham, Lois Longberry, Nancy Chatham, Bob Latimer, Johnnie Waller, Margie Clay, Barbara Schneider. C RYSTA L To gather the news, write it, meet the deadlines, correct galley proof, read page proof and to distribute the finished Crystal is the duty of the Crystal Class. The student body agrees that the final product is well worth the efforts of the staff and eagerly awaits the next issue in order to read about the latest events concerning Libbey, various students, and faculty members. Under the direction of Dick Huffman, editor-in-chief, Martin Holtgrieve, Barbara Schneider, assistant editors, Margie Clay, Betty Rohm, Myrna Snyder, staFF members, and Miss Florence Gerdes, adviser, the Crystal was published ten times during the year with a special Krazy Krystal appearing on April i. Reporters during the year included Glenna Bentley, Nancy Chatham, Pat Clark, Pat Findley, Marilyn Eschedor, Phyllis Keim, Bea Rogers, Nina Wittick, and John Waller. Miss Payne and Miss Bartley cooperated to arrange the picture pages appearing in each issue. After studying the theory of newspaper work, the journalism class composed of Sylvia Bowes, Shirley Butler, Darlene Coger, Beverly Cole, Beryle Dunlap, Peggy Eichelberger, Shirley Kiburtz, Jeannie Huls, Anne Leppert, Lois Longberry, Ruthanne Lockwood, Louise Meyers, Bernice Roginski, Laveeda Rose, Jean Rudow, Lois Schmidt, Pat Stinehart, Lois Tussing, Bob Latimer, and Dick Dunham, helped considerably in the publication of the paper. Pat Findley, chairman, and Bea Rogers, Nina Wittick, John Waller, Sylvia Bowes, and Dick Dunham were in charge of the annual banquet which was held on May 'I at the Madison Tea Room in honor of the senior members of the staff. l Row 'l-Mariorie Leitner, Nancy Shoemaker, Marilyn Moore, Lois, Kachenmeister, Virginia Cox, Myrna Snyder, Barbera Sowery, Catherine Frazier, Bernice Behrens, Rose Van Dorp. Row 2-Ralph Heuerman, Sam Ferris, Harry Coleman, Herb Loehrke, Bill Heater, Jack Biebesheimer, Bruce Bashore, Ann Snare, Theone Gerst. Row l-Evelyn Sankiewicz, Agnes Kaiser, Evelyn Art, June Pier, Ruth Zimmer, Marilyn Bracht, Phyllis Ferguson, Lois Fralich, Helen Dryden, Marian Hoover. Row 2-Mart Holtgrieve, Jerome Joy, Larry Weinstock, .lack Tanalski, Thomas Lasko, John Waller, Harold Clark, Phyllis Keim, May Roadwiler, Adeline Magno. Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Who among the students of Libbey have not aspired to become members of the National Honor Society? This organization was founded for the purpose of extending recognition to honor students in the iunior and senior classes. Only iuniors in the first fifteenth of their class may be considered eligible for membership, seniors, how- ever, must rank in the upper third. The task of selecting future members from this large group lies with the faculty. The basis for selection is comprised of four characteristics: scholarship, leadership, character, and serv- ice. Scholarship is the main requirement for membership in the National Honor Society. Next is the student's ability to lead and also to follow, his character must be good and he must have been of service not only to the school, but to others, himself, and to God. These traits are symbolized by the flaming torch and the keystone, the former standing for the high ideals of the society and the latter representing the education of the members. Membership in this society is the highest honor which can come to any high school pupil. Row I-Kathleen Sheehan, Wilma Scheffert, Lucy Cremean, Helen Shnir, Helen Thompson, Joan Bache, Sue Alberte, Carol Hill, Ruby Freeman, Ruth Hemsoth. Wanda Beehler. Row 2-Frank Sherburne, Hillis McKenzie, Loius Gaynor, Bob A. Kaiser, Max Rothschild, Bob Meyer, Dick Huff- man, Audrey McRoplus, Nellie Atkinson. Row 'I-Donna Walker, Elaine Rohloff, Barbera Schneider, Margie Clay, Dorothy Benson, Noryne Morgan, Marilyn Pittenger, Alice lngle, Phyl- lis Kerstetter, Sally Korb. Row 2-Richard Klein, Bob D. Kaiser, Russell Curtice, Don Logan, Robert Mason, Bob Stoner, Marilyn Schroeder, Marilyn Fleming, Cordy Crook. :Q QM NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY At the induction ceremonies held at the beginning of the second semester of the past year, forty-one seniors were received as members and twenty juniors were chosen. To be elected to the society in one's junior year is indeed an honor, as it entails a very high scholastic rating for membership. All members are entitled to the society's membership cards, which are accepted as permanent hall permits. With nineteen seniors having been elected to the society in their junior year, the club had a total of eighty students. In the spring a special entertainment feature was presented for the purpose of raising funds for scholar- ships which were given to deserving seniors at commencement. This program was a Variety Show which the student body enjoyed immensely. The committee for the show was a group of about twenty members. Although weighed down heavily by his duties as adviser to several other clubs this year, Mr. Lynn carried out the program for the year capably and efficiently. At the beginning of the school term the senior members, chosen from the preceding year elected as their officers for this year Max Rothschild, president, Audrey McRoplus, vice-president, Marilyn Fleming, secretary-treasurer, and Don Logan, sergeant-at-arms. As an added service to the school these seniors conducted the junior and senior class officer elections, and also the Student Council election. 95 Row 'le-Carolyn McClaran, Barbara Ruch, Barbara Campbell, Anne Leppert, Jean Ann Baker, Janet Dietrich, Lois Cannon, Erleen Becker. Row 2-Ellen Long, Mary Katherine Katz, Mary Beier, Miss Dusha, Carolyn Fuerst, Jo Anne Pete, Lois Fralich, Joanne Ruth, Row 3-Joyce Roper, Georgie Powers, Marilyn Petrie, Dawn Voelzow, Marilyn Fleming, Cordy Crook, Dorothy Powers, Mary Laub. Row 1-Barbara Frank, Nancy Smith, Marilyn Collins, Kathleen Marry, Shirley Willyard, Pat Patrick, Joanna Stein, Thelma Lawrence. Row 2-Jo Ann Martin, Suzanne Sears, Phyllis Keim, Miss Dusha, Joanne Cooper, Phyllis Martin, Ruth LaBeau, Glenna Bentley, Mary Jane Miller. Row 3-Jane Crook, Elda Cauffiel, Annette Black, Betty Sue Lamb, Dorothy Klein, Carmen Gerig, Jane Trumbull, Mary Hamann. PERICLEAN LITERARY SOCIETY Second to none-what could be a more appropriate motto for the Peries, who shine in everything they do, whether it be work or play. Starting with an October roast in the home of Dorothy Klein, these girls began plans for their annual Thanksgiving mass meeting, which featured the "Trial of Libbey vs. DeVilbiss." The annual dance, the "Tinsel Twirl," was held in the Woman's Building. All the well-known Libbey couples danced to the smooth strains of Jimmie Reemsnyder's music makers. ln January, the Peri pledges gave a style show, "Fashions of the Past and Future." The pledges became members at the formal initiation tea in February. In April the Peries gave their annual tea in honor of their mothers and teachers. At the senior banquet in May, although the girls were becomingly dressed in pastel formals, a sad look was seen on the face of many a senior girl as she thought of how much she was going to miss her sister Peries, all the wonderful times she had had in Peries, and, most of all, her faithful adviser, Miss Ruth Dusha, to whom goes much of the credit for the outstanding work of the Peries throughout the year. The literary programs for the year were based on the topic "High Points of the United States." The Peries, and their officers, who were Phyllis Keim, president, Cordy Crook, vice-president, Marilyn Fleming, correspond- ing secretary, Jane Trumbull, recording secretary, Georgie Powers, treasurer, Glenna Bentley, censor, and Janet Dietrich, chaplain, all worked together with the utmost co-operation to make this year truly an unforgettable one. 96 Row 1-Janet Watson, Winona Walbolt, Dorothy M. Smith, Helen Dryden, Gloria Pizza, Donna Walker, Barbara Emerson, Pat Maiers. Row 2-Maribelle Bennett, Joanne Bennett, Jo Anne Beck, Pat Cooper, Miss Gerdes, Marie Daley, Jackie Mangas, Mary Hirschy, Elaine Hirschy. Row 3-Ann Snare, Marilyn Moore, Arletta Ness, Margie Papke, Marilyn Heuerman, Janet Kesling, Sylvia Bowes, Marilyn Stafford, Jose- phine Benington, Mary Ann Werts. Row l-Marilyn Bracht, June Pier, Fran Harris, Sue Alberte, Alice White, Charlotte Gaynor, Marilyn Arner, Joan Bache, Nancy Henricks, Row 2-Geri Ammann, Jeanne Stewart, Phyllis Ferguson, Pat Clark, Miss Allen, Barbara Klinksick, Reita-Ann Ortmann, Jennie Huls, Nancy Miller. Row 3-Pat Findley, Eloise Hamlin, Sally Korb, Virginia Allman, Joanne Good, La Donna Howe, Clydabelle Padgett, Lois Snider, Sheldon Baldwin, Corlene Bohnert. V PHILS With wit and gayety the Phils started the year oHi with great enthusiasm at a pot-luck roast held at Side-Cut for the girls and their dates. The Phils, still clamoring for more excitement, began planning the Waite-Libbey mass meeting with Doris Schnetzler as their chairman. The setting portrayed a sidewalk cafe, "When Pa Was Courting Ma." Phils and cheerleaders carried out the theme by dressing in gay nineties costumes with the girls in bustles and the boys in frock coats and derbies. Attractive posters adorned the walls as the girls announced their annual dance, "Rag Doll Ramp," which featured the music of Jimmy Reemsnyder's orchestra. Sue Alberte, as chairman, with the aid of all the girls made this dance an outstanding success. In February the Phils entertained their mothers at a tea held in the school library. The year closed with a banquet which honored the senior members. At this aFFair the pledges were formally initiated. A The motto of the Phils, "Literature is a garden of wisdom," has been carried out this year through book reviews by the girls. Later the books were presented to the library for the enioyment of all. This success could not have been possible without the able leadership of our cabinet Pat Clark, president, Sue Alberte, vice-presi- dent, Jeanne Rudow, corresponding secretary, Margie Papke, recording secretary, June Pier, treasurer, Helen Dryden, senior censor, Clydabelle Padget, iunior censor, and Marilyn Moore, chaplain. The girls always appre- ciated the cooperation of their advisers, Miss Gerdes and Miss Allen. Row 'I-Rose Van Dorp, Audrey McRoplus, Shirley Jay, Agatha Bruno, Lois Leffel, Ruby Freeman, Nancy Hadley, Shirley Smith. Row 2- Peggy Jo Shannon, Betty Callahan, Bonnie Lybarger, Miss Delisle, Miss Henderson, Nancy Petsch, May Roadwiler, Delores Bunck. Row 3- Lois Kachenmeister, Mary Helen Seideman, Annetta Faas, Iris Phalen, Pat Krall, Noryne Morgan, Pat Houser, Lois Edward, Paulyne Morgan, Helen Ellerman. Row 1-Marian Hoover, Pat Stinehart, Beverly Cole, Nellie Atkinson, Nancy Shoemaker, Lucy Cremean, Darlene Coger, Wanda Beehler, Shir- ley Butler, Ruth Hemsoth. Row 2-Barbara Bigelow, Jean Thompson, Marion Snyder, Shirley Hochmuth, Miss Eberth, Helen Shnir, Jackie Penn, Evelyn Art, Helen Thompson, Alcena Wittenberg. Row 3-Marilyn Schroeder, Dorothy Benson, Donna Lantz, Lois Longberry, Barbara Schnei- der, Virginia Cox, Agnes Kaiser, Theone Gerst, Bernadine Krall, Mariorie Leitner. ZETALETHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY School opens-school closes and during the interim the Zetaletheans have carried out an interesting program. The primary purpose of the society is to promote literary interests of members, and secondarily, to promote good fellowship, consideration of others, value of cooperation and commendable school spirit. Their motto is "Nihil sine labore" which means "Nothing without work." At the opening of the school year the Zets conducted the mass meeting for the second Central game. In the fall they held a roast in the shelter house at Fort Meigs. Jimmie Reemsnyder's orchestra helped to make their annual dance at Trilby Log Cabin a huge success. A tea was given in honor of all the girls' mothers. The year closed with the formal banquet at the Woman's Building. The theme for this year was "Personality Plus." There were six literary meetings at each of which the Zet locket was presented to the girl who gave the best report. The Zets also had charge of selling senior announce- ments and name cards. The officers who have made this year so progressive were the president, Ruby Freeman, the vice-president, Audrey McRoplus, the corresponding secretary, Marian Hoover, the recording secretary, Pat Stinehart, the treasurer, Beverly Cole, the chaplain, Evelyn Art, the sergeant-at-arms, Marilyn Schroeder, and the historian and censor, Dorothy Benson and May Roadwiler. The advisers were as follows: Miss DeLisle, Miss Henderson and Miss Eberth. Row 'lNEdwin Hill, Neil Burns, Tom Zollars, Mr. McClure, Mr. Vander, Phil Braun, Tom Lorenz, Richard Bartell. Row 2-John Monetta, Max Save, Howard Trautwein, Russ Crossmcin, Dan Rodgers, Bob Meyer, Cliff Collins, Dick Huffman. Row 3-Tom Andrews, Doug Arend, Frank Mensing, Dick DeLaney, Larry Schwartz, Leo Poenicke, Fred Grossmann, Don Ramsey. Row 'I-Richard Bartell, Douglas Arend, Elmer Gilbert, Mr. McClure, Mr. Vander, Leo Campbell, Frank Mensing, Cliff Collins. Row 2-Tom McConihay, Jim Kevelder, Bob Meyer, Robert Neothen, John Monetta, Homer Gilbert, Dale Dick. Row 3-George Miley, Ralph Heuerman, Allen Root, Don Dick, Don Ramsdell, Ted Arend, Ray Phillips, Ernie Heller. FORUM With the flash of white sweaters, the Forum started a year which was to live up to its motto of "Nothing but the best." Because of a strict football rule, very little was done in the way of social activity during the football season, but the boys got started by playing the Q. D.'s in a basketball game. It was a thrilling game and, after the lead changed hands several times, it was finally won by the Forum, i3-12. The Forum later sponsored a dance in the gym after one of the Macomber-Libbey basketball games. The annual Forum dance, entitled the "Cupid's Caper," was given February l6, at Calumet Temple with Clifford Collins as chairman. With the theme of St. Valentine Day, the dance was one of the best. In the early spring, the Forum held a roast at Ft. Meigs, which was followed shortly by a Forum-Q. D. softball game. During the year the club decided upon a new constitution. Also, several joint Forum-Q. D. meetings were held and guest speakers entertained with their talks. Several initiations were held as needed. The years activi- ties were brought to a close by a banquet given in honor of retiring officers for their fine work, and also for the senior members. Next years officers were installed also. The club was guided by its two advisers who did a grand job. They were Mr. Lawrence Vander, who returned to Libbey and the Forum after an absence of two years, and Mr. Harold McClure. The officers were Frank Mensing, president, Clifford Collins, vice-president, George Miley, secretary, John Monetta, treasurer, and Allen Root, sergeant-at-arms. ui-1-J Row 1-Jack Patterson, Dave Strance, Tom Schoettley, Tex Carman, Corky Neitling, Robert Rataiczak, Marvin Saccucci. Row 2-Jack Snyder Carl Loehrke, David Wandtke, Mr. Baker, Eugene Sund, Jerry Manz, Don Logan. Row 3-Pete Hart, Bud Coleman, Bob Coffey, Walter Goet- ting, Bob Ball, Jim Fenner, Rober Momsen, Harry Broadway. Row 1-Robert Coleman, Martin Karchner, Bob Keholm, John Earlywine, Bob Sarchiz, Don McDermott, Robert Fuller, Jack Wainwright. Row 2- Dick Zink, Elmer Fink, Herm Honeck, Mr. Baker, Bill Trost, Bob A. Kaiser, Max Rothschild. Row 3-Joe Taberner, Sam Ferris, Pete Pietrykowski, Butch Gaynor, Bud Coleman, Pete Hart, Herb Loehrke, Paul Phillips. QUILL AND DAGGER . S Orange-clad knights of Libbey High! Of course it's the Q. D. members roamin' the halls in their bright sweaters. The fundamental purpose of the Quill and Dagger Literary Society is to develop through practice the ideals of sociability, social service and sacrifice. To start out the school year they first decorated the stadium in honor of Libbey Loyalty Week for the Waite-Libbey game. Early in December, the whole school was greatly thrilled by the Q. D.-Forum basketball game between the seniors in which the Forum won 13-12. Throughout the year the Q. D.'s enjoyed working upon varied programs for the meetings, besides holding initiations. Charles Robinson, recently discharged veteran and former Q. D. adviser, spoke at one of the meet- ings, telling of his experiences in the Navy. A film of the 1942 Junior-Senior football game was found to be of interest to all the members. On the sixteenth of March, the annual "Q. D. Shin-Dig," headed by Paul Hart, was held at Calumet Temple. lt was an evening of fun and frolic for everyone who attended. With the coming of spring, the club held two roasts to make up for the fall roast which was not held because of strict football ruling. They were held at Side Cut Park where all the members and their dates had a grand time. To end the school year, the annual banquet was held in honor of the senior members and officers: Harry Coleman, presi- dent, Paul Hart, vice-president, Sam Ferris, secretary, Louis Gaynor, treasurer, Jack Snyder, sergeant-at-arms, and Mr. Roscoe Baker, their able adviser. 100 r Row I-Laveeda Rose 111, Joan Bache 131, Marilyn Collins 111, Catherine Frazier 121, Agatha Bruno 121, Leona Davenporte 121, Marilyn Bracht 121, lris Fuqua 121. Row 2-Lucy Cremean 131, Phyllis Ferguson 131, Ruth Haase 121, Dawn Voelzow 121, Mrs. Burton, Donna Walker 121, Mari- lyn Heuerman 111, Marilyn Fleming 121. Row 3-.Iohn Waller 121, Bill Thorpe 121, Wayne Seppeler 1'l1, Wallace Christner 121, Bob D. Kaiser 141, Bruce Bashore 121, Don Logan 121, Russell Curtice 131. Row 'I-Sheldon Baldwin, Lucy Cremean, Miss Allen, Pat Stinehart, Marilyn Collins, Charlotte Gaynor, Miss Dusha. Row 2-Mr. Mortimer, Robert Momsen, Eugene Sund, Ralph Heuerman, Richard Penrod, Max, Rothschild, Jack Wainwright. LATIN HONOR SOCIETY STUDENT COUNCIL Excellence in classical studies and betterment of the school are the aims of two ot Libbey's outstanding organiza- tions. The Latin Honor Society represents the highest honors possible to a Latin student. A member must have received an average of "A" for two consecutive semesters, and at least a "B" average after joining the organiza- tion. The Latin Honor Society annually presents the Eta Sigma Phi medal to an exceptional tour-year Latin student, and a silver medal to a Latin student who does excellent work and who shows great interest in the study of Latin. To stimulate interest in the language, literature, and life of the ancient Greeks and Romans is one of the purposes of the society. The olticers this year, who are appointed by the adviser, Mrs. Burton, were Joan Bache, president, Marilyn Bracht, vice-president, Agatha Bruno, secretary, and Catherine Frazier, treasurer. The Student Council, under the leadership of Ralph Heuerman, president, Max Rothschild, vice-president, and Georgie Powers, secretary-treasurer, considered many questions, including the Beverly school bus and the morning moment of silence. The members ot the council are elected by the students and therefore they are their representatives to the school administration. All meetings are open to any students who are interested in attend- ing. The faculty advisers of the group are Mr. Lynn, Miss Allen, Miss Dusha, and Mr. Mortimer. Row 'l-Pat Clark, Phyllis Keim, Phyllis Rosenberg, Reita-Ann Ortmann, Myrna Snyder, Dorothy Daine, Mary Bounward, Lois Archambo, Ruth Haase, Sue Alberte. Row 2-Margaret Almandinger, Evelyn Kerns, Marian Papenfus, Joanne Krueger, Thelma Frank, Miss Allen, Bonnie J. Eldridge, Phyllis Kerstetter, Theone Gerst, Mary Katheryne Fink, Elda CauFfieI. Row 3-Billie Jo Downey, June Bauer, Margie Clay, Carol Ruebush, Marilyn Stafford, Lois Lindau, Rita Bunck, Irene Long, Stella Kelley, Barbara Kramer. Row 4-Joyce Ann Gibson, Thessia Williams, Mary Lou Benington, Ann Snare, Marilyn Schroeder, Georgie Powers, Marilyn Fleming, Cordy Crook, Vivian Watson, Marilyn Moore, Sally Korb. Row 'I-Margie Papke, Noryne Morgan, Dorothy Klein, Jean Kasch, Ruth Zimmer, Helen Thompson, Erleen Becker, Jeanne Miles, Pat Parker, Betty Rahm. Row 2-Dorothea Murray, Mary Francis, Pat Dunlap, Glenna Bentley, Joanne Warnke, Miss Allen, Pat Roth, Carol Hill, Barbara Klinksick, Joanne Bennett. Row 3-Wilma Scheffert, Dorothy M. Smith, Pat Stinehart, Beverly Cole, Shirley Miller, Janet Watson, Letha Busick, Marilyn Pittenger, Adeline Magno, Helen Shnir. Row 4-Mary Anne Werts, Liz Apostle, Winona Walbolt, Jean Ann Baker, Loretta Hoffman, Beverly Walters, Joanne Cooper, Janet Dietrich, June Pier, Marian Hoover, Pat Cooper. SENIOR FRIENDSHIP Throughout the year, the purpose of the Senior Friendship Club-"To find and give the best"-was carried out by the sustained efforts and leadership of Miss Allen, the adviser, and the following cabinet: Barbara Klinksick, president, Ann Snare, vice-president, Leota Walters, recording secretary, Dorothy Klein, corresponding secretary, Theone Gerst, treasurer, Joanne Bennett, chaplain, Mary Katheryn Fink and Phyllis Kerstetter, representatives to council. Since service is their keynote, the club did its share by sponsoring the annual football banquet in Decem- ber, furnishing and decorating the school's Christmas tree, and giving a party for the people of the Old Folks' Home. A large contribution was also made to the World Fellowship Fund. The girls then combined their efforts with the Sophomore and Junior Friendship and the Hi-Y Clubs to present a prayer service for Mr. Williams, the Thanksgiving service, and the annual Lenten services. In the literary field, the girls sponsored Mrs. Amos Conn to review the book, "Along This Way." Again the group co-operated with the other Friendship and Hi-Y Clubs for the February Forums held at the Y.W.C.A. Socially, the girls did not fail either, for a ioint Hi-Y Friendship party was held in the gym in December. Valentine's Day was celebrated by a pot-luck dinner held at the Y.W.C.A. Then to combine service with fun, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Clubs held a "Clothes Line" party. To close this eventful year, the organization held its annual banquet in the cafeteria. .V ., y Row I-Shirley Smith, Alcena Wittenberg, Marilyn Arner, Geri Ammann, Shirley Willyard, Betty Meyers, Joan Bache, Shirley Butler, Rita Jagodzinski. Row 2-Rose Van Dorp, Bev Knitt, Clydabelle Padgett, Peggy Jo Shannon, Corlene Bohnert, Marilyn Bracht, Joyce Luginbuhl, Bonnie Eversole. Row 3-Betty Lamb, Barbara Frank, La Donna Howe, Martha Mountain, Lois Hartman, Charline Miller, Pat Soboleski, Yvonne DuBois, Leona Davenporte. Row 4-Sylvia Bowes, Pat Dolley, Norma Dolbee, Doris Newton, Virginia Cox, Sheldin Baldwin, Pat Cairl, Doro- thy Will, Carmen Gerig. Row I-Bernice Behrens, Barby Kelp, Betty Callahan, Rita Zeiler, Mary Thomas, Iris Fuqua, Bernadine Krall, Carolyn Pizza. Row 2-Jane Seitz, Lois Fralich, Carolyn Fuerst, Annette Black, Catherine Frazier, Madelyn Young, Rita Domowitz, Mary Hirschy. Row 3-Carole Vartice, Delora Peoples, Alice Ingle, Betty Jane Zanter, Joan Blankenhagen, Donna Walker, Joyce Roper, Jo Ann Pete. Row 4--Joanne Winkleman, Lenore Jonas, Shirley Harley, Mary Jane Netermyer, Virginia Jones, Patti Wandel, Marie Howell, Loretta Meriweather. JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP "Service and friendship to all!" that is the Junior Friendship motto. It is indeed a worthy one. Not only do the members believe this but they do something about it. To start the year's activities, these girls entertained the many homeless children at Maumee Orphanage. This was only the beginning of their services for they also sang carols and distributed gifts at the Old Folk's Home during the Christmas season. lt is really commendable when busy young people can share their time with those who are not so fortunate. Although they are dedicated to service, the Friendship girls did not forget personal enjoyment and per- sonal development. They took part in a Candlelight Service, cooperating with the two other Friendship groups. A Christmas service, with Miss Brown as speaker was another step, in their development. At a World Fellowship meeting in November, Helen Parrish spoke on her life in India. Throughout the year they have enioyed other excellent speakers which have made their regular meetings exceptionally interesting. Not being persons to over- look outside social activities they held several parties, A Christmas, a Clothesline, and a Splash Party were only a few of the many good times enioyed by every member. These girls could have such a progressive year only with the able guidance of their adviser, Miss Grace Irwin, and their capable officers: Sylvia Bowes, president, Carmen Gerig, vice-president, Barbara Frank, recording secretary, Shirley Butler, corresponding secretary, and Virginia Jones, treasurer. I03 eff I I rl I I E Row 'I-Kathryn Parlette, Lois Weber, Anne Leppert, Barbara Ruch, Suzanne Sears, Dorothy Suhr, Betty Holtgrieve, Jo Ann Hein. Row 2- Jeanne Stewart, Lois Siebold, Virginia Allmore, Miss Gilbert, Ruthann Lockwood, Charlotte Eikost, Lois Pasch, Shirley Sype. Row 3-Joanne Ruth, Jackie Mangas, Francis Vorderburg, Mary Beier, Beryle Dunlap, Barbara Campbell, Shirley Strong, Joanne Santelli, Mary Stocks. Row 4- Lois Ann Eden, Sally Wisbon, Gloria Pizza, Carol Ann Cousino, Joyce Oakes, Shirley Toland, Marilyn Heuerman, Barbara Emerson. Row l-Betty Bauman, Jeanne Wagner, Dolores Wagner, Cora Lee Meyers, Jean Hauri, Betty Howard, Betty Pittenger, Martha Swert. Row 2-Paulyne Morgan, Dolly Lauman, Pat Patrick, Marilyn Collins, Miss Gilbert, Ruth Wolfort, Joanna Stein, Ruthlaine 'Rinhardt, Arletta Ledyard. Row 3-Pat Meiclt, Lois Black, Lena Diterlizzi, Phyllis Martin, Fran Harris, Sally Vanyo, Betty Wood, Shirley Jay, Agatha Bruno. Row 4- Carol Kunstbeck, Pat Nagel, Eileen Marggraf, Carol Nelson, Lois Schmidt, Jennie Huls, Pattie Dienst, Jo Ann Martin, Mary Hamann. SOPHOMORE FRIENDSHIP "Facing life squarely" is indeed an excellent motto. The members of the Sophomore Friendship Club have adhered to this aim faithfully under the direction of their adviser, Miss Gilbert and the following officers: Francis Harris, president, Phyllis Martin, vice-president, Anne Leppert, recording secretary, Marilyn Heuerman, corresponding secretary, Ruth Wolfort, treasurer, Suzanne Sears, chaplain, Virginia Allmore, council representative. Throughout the year, the members have given their time to proiects connected with the Lutheran Neighborhood House. At Christmas they provided a party for the children of the home and presented them with dolls that each girl had cleaned and dressed. The endless hours spent at the Neighborhood House are unquestionable proofs of a reali- zation of the club purpose, "To find and give the best." The girls have carried this purpose out in their work at Libbey also. During the Lenten season, each girl was assigned a day in which to send a personal message to our principal, Mr. Williams. Always mindful that the well developed mind needs education, the members held a party at Christmas time in the Libbey Cafeteria with Joanne Stein and Francis Harris as chairmen. After one of our basketball games, a dance, "The Hatchet Hop," was held. ln cooperation with the Sophomore Hi-Y, sixteen girls ioined ball- room dancing classes at the Y.W.C.A. for a period of six weeks. Cooperation has been a keyword in this organization especially in their service work. The services rendered by the Sophomore Friendship Club have not only been valuable to the receivers but to the girls themselves in preparing them for a life of responsibility. 104 Row 'l-Doris Stone, Ruth LaBeau, Phyllis Martin, Shirley Jay, Ruth Reichardt, Gerry Feltman, Betty Howard. Row 2-Helen Ellerman, Marry Helen Seideman, Pat Cairl, Don Ramsdell, Mr. Russie, Mr. Martin, Sue Alberte, Wilma Scheffert. Row 1-Helen Dryden, Nellie Atkinson, Ruth Wohlfort, Lois Leffel, Marilyn Collins, Evelyn Sankiewicz, Lucy Cremean, Rose Van Dorp, Alcena Wittenberg. Row 2-Virginia Jones, Virginia Cox, Mariorie Leitner, Mr. Osgood, Mr. Rusie, Miss Brown, May Roadwilder, Agnes Kaiser, Helen Shnir. Row 3-Pat Krall, Marilyn Heuerman, Marilyn Schroeder, Lois Kachenmeister, Margie Clay, Phyllis Kerstetter, Lois Edwards, Barbara Schneider, Ann Snare, Theone Gerst. ACTIVITIES AND DEANS' AIDES Bzz! Bzz! Always in a hurry are the workers in the Dean's office and Activities Department. The purpose of the Activities Department is to promote finance and plan an all-round activities program. To start the year out this department takes orders for activities tickets. Next comes Edelian subscriptions and then the circulation of the finished product. There's the old saying "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," but the Activities Depart- ment has proved this statement is false for they have found time for recreation. You'll never find a dull moment for Mr. Martin and his chosen staff of workers which consists of Wilma Scheffert, Advertising Manager of the Edelian, Gerry Feltman, Circulation Manager of the Edelian, Sue Alberte, activities manager, Don Ramsdell, mimeographing manager, and their assistants. Checking attendance and filing are iust a few of the many office tasks the deans' aides have to fulfill. The girls are chosen under these qualifications: courtesy, dependability, efficiency, and scholarship. One year of service must be completed for a full credit. The girls take turns working one morning before school each month and are given much valuable training by Miss Brown, Dean of Girls and Mr. Osgood, acting Dean of Boys. This in return for the service they rencler Libbey, the Deans' Aides gain much in the experience of dealing with people. 105 1 i Row 1-Dick HuFfman, Robert A. Kaiser, Howard Trautwein, Cliff Bishop, Earl Laishley, Lawrence Weinstock, Hillis McKenzie, Harold Clark, Mr. Aseltyne. Row 2-Bob Adams, Victor Haddad, John Monetta, Kenneth Sperber, Mr. Vander, Wallace Christner, Martin Holtgrieve, Richard Herold, Frank Sherburne. Row 3-George Miley, Richard Klein, Robert D. Kaiser, Earl Rager, Richard Gerlinger, Paul Schmidt, Bob Stoner, Bruce Bashore. ' Row 1-Jack Edwards, Glenn Irwin, Roger Smith, Steve Tryc, Herral Long, .lim Stambaugh, .lack Wainwright, Sam Nakagawa, Kenneth Kramp. Row 2-Bob Campbell, Joe Fosbender, Fred Grossman, Paul Phillips, Mr. Kiefer, Dick Dunham, Robert Leon, Albert Sawyer. Row 3-Jerry Hueb- ner, Edward Moser, Vern Fauble, Frank Bodenmiller, Dale Dick, Jerry Reiter, Ronny Bowman, Leo Poenicke. Row 4-Richard Heuerman, Carl- ton Heckrotte, John Harrold, Robert C. Young, Wayne Seppeler, Fred Leydorf, Bob Schiehsl, Bob Peters. THE SENIOR HI-Y The absence of Principal Harold E. Williams was felt very keenly during the past year, because of the vital interest which he always has taken in the activities of this group. Through his eFfort and inspiration the Hi-Y has always been a very powerful influence for good both in Libbey and the South Side, and that it has continued this past year in carrying out its purpose of creating Christian character in the school and community attests to the splendid influence and training of Mr. Williams. Acting as temporary adviser to the club was Mr. Lawrence Vander, and some activities were aided by Mr. Francis Aseltyne of the Y.M.C.A. Max Rothschild, who has been president of the Hi-Y for the past three years, was again elected as president. The other officers were Bruce Bashore, vice-president, Ralph Heuerman, secretary and treasurer, and Hillis McKenzie, chaplain. With its motto of "Dynamic, contagious Christian living," the Senior Hi-Y carried out a program of benefit. A series of Lenten lectures in coniunction with the Friendship Clubs, a Christmas program, participation in the "Y" forums and in the Hi-Y Congress in Columbus, made up a very interesting year. The Libbey group sent dele- gates to Camp Nelson Dodd, the Ohio State Hi-Y training camp. Representing us at the Columbus conference were Jack Wainwright, Mr. Aseltyne, and Mr. George Kiefer. IO6 1 'I-Paul Yutzy, Wayne Schmidt, Douglas Arend, George Tolles, Mr. Vander, Tom Lasko, Phil Braun, Bob Beach. Row 2-Paul Katz, Clark rgeois, Robert Noethen, Jim Aufderheide, Jim Fenner, Bernard Thobe, Bill Trost, Tom Andrews, Don Ramsey. Row 3-Ted Textor, Don 1sdell, Don Dick, Bob Momsen, Jack Gehm, Eugene Sund, David Wandtke, William Weit, Ralph Heuerman. 1 1-Max Rothschild, Maynard Dannenberger, Richard Jacobs, Johnnie Waller, Kenneth Pfaff, Jack Tanalski, John Baker, Robert Verdon. v 2-Bob Latimer, Dick Zink, Harry Coleman, Tom Rigney, Mr. Vander, Bill Heater, Bob Meyer, Louis Gaynor, Cliff Collins. Row 3-Don Cox, 1 Logan, Bob Mason, Bob Coffey, Herb Loehrke, Ross Smith, Roy Lockwood, Don Stambaugh, John Morris. THE JUNIOR HI-Y -'ery close unity exists between the Junior and Senior Hi-Y groups, the former participating in all the activities moted by the older members. According to tradition, both groups cooperated with the Friendship Clubs to vide a series of lectures during Lent. At these the speakers were the Reverend Byron D. Hughes, the Reverend es A. Thomas, Chaplain Joel Waring, the Reverend John Steffens, and the Reverend J. E. Slater. The Lenten ices were followed by an Easter program in the auditorium. Of a less serious nature were the skating party Christmas party enioyed by members of both groups. Guiding the Junior Hi-Y during the past year was Mr. George Kiefer, aided by Mr. Vander and Aseltyne, acting secretary of the South Side Y.M.C.A. The officers of the year included Jack Wainwright, sident, Jim Stambaugh, vice-president, Wayne Seppeler, secretary and treasurer, Fred Grossman, sergeant arms, and Richard Heuerman, chaplain. Through the ioint efforts of both Hi-Y clubs working in happy mony throughout the year, much help in companionship and spiritual growth was awarded to every member ach club, and Libbey also benefited greatly by the work of these fine boys. i i li Row 'I-Nancy Braithwaite, Sheldon Baldwin, Donna Huff, Marilyn Pittenger, Emma Wyatt, Mary Forrest, Jean Benson, Roberta Eldredge. Row 2-Marie Clay, Dorothy Benson, Noryne Morgan, Miss Russell, Phyllis Kerstetter, Theone Gerst, Annette Black. Row 3-Georgia Hite, Richard Goodwin, .lack Brazeau, Tom Coulter, Carolyn Dzingliski, Marion Pendoley, Adeline Magno, Robert Verdon. Row 'I-Vivian Schwind, Cherry Frost, Adeline Magno, Donna Greene, Pattie MacDonald, Helen Jean Hauser, Betty Meyers. Row 2-Peggy .Jo Shannon, Suzanne Sears, Shirley Willyard, Sue Alberte, Jackie Hugh, Ruthann Lockwood, Beryle Dunlap, Mariorie Leitner. Row 3--Clyda- belle Padgett, Pattie Dienst, Sylvia Bowes, Dorothy Benson, Miss Russel, Nancy Shoemaker, Avis Weaver, Martha Mountain. SPANISH CLUB ?Habla Vd. espanol? Through the efforts of Libbey's Spanish Club, the actions and habits of our neighbors to the South are portrayed more realistically and are depicted more as the lives of human beings than storybook non-entities. Association with Spanish customs and speech has lifted the study of the language from conventional procedures, to a method entertaining and diverting with a high degree of educational value. Motion pictures, purchased bythe Spanish Club, offered a wide range of subiect matter from industries and every day life to the language and traditions of Spain and South America. During the year, La Tertulia Castellana has been successful in carrying out the purpose of the organization, to speak and learn Spanish. The programs were de- lightful and entertaining. The club started out with an initiation roast at Fort Meigs. Avis Weaver was chairman for this event. Libbey cafeteria was the scene of a chili party, October 24, 1945, with Dick Goodwin acting as chairman. A skating party was held at the Coliseum with Theone Gerst as chairman. To round off the school year's social events, the club sponsored the annual banquet. The officers for the year included Dorothy Benson, president, Nancy Shoemaker, vice-president, Adeline Magna, secretary, and Peggy Jo Shannon, treasurer. Directing these students were Miss Mary Russell and Miss Theresa Coehrs, without whose excellent supervision the year's activi- ties would not have been enioyed so keenly. 108 Row 1-Lucille Zinser, Marilyn Arner, Betty Wood, Janet Seeman, Dorothy Klein, Carol Hill, Shirley Smith, Betty Rahm. Row 2-Barbara Haye, Delores Napierala, Virginia Cox, Phyllis Rosenberg, Miss Krueger, Donna Tittle, Corlene Bohnert, June Pier, Mary Ann Werts. Row 3-Richard Denomy, .lim Baron, Howard Buck, Hillis McKenzie, Delora Peoples, Loretta Meriweather, Marilyn Palmer, Alice lngle, Virginia Jones. Row 'l-Carol Ruebush, Elda Cauffiel, Kathryn Parlette, Eileen Marggraf, Carol Kunstbeck, Wilma Diegelman, Louise Hoecherl. Row 2-George Tolles, Wayne Schmidt, Lester Roudebush, Miss Lok, Jim Stambaugh, Ronny Bowman, Don Fader. Row 3-Paul Schmidt, Frank Bodenmiller, Dale Dick, Richard Heuerman, Bob Peters, Paul Yutzy, Dick Dunham, Lyle C. Hooper. FRENCH AND GERMAN CLUBS To further interest in their languages are the aims of the French and German clubs. Under the able leadership of their respective advisers, Miss Krueger and Miss Lok, the clubs have had a successful year. The French Club leaders: Virginia Cox, president, Delores Peoples, vice-president, Carol Hill, secretary, Marilyn Palmer, treasurer, Alice lngle, Barbara Haye, Mary Ann Werts, censors, have tried and succeeded to develop an interest in French among their members. All their programs, including songs and games, are conducted in the French language. As part of their social work the members aided the French Relief by knitting squares for afghans and buying Christmas cards and calendars from sponsors of the Relief Society. Always ready for a good time, the club held a roast at Side Cut Park and a Christmas Party. To tinish the year's activities, a banquet was held in May. Delving into German customs and background can be very interesting. This the German Club has found to be true. At the meetings, German songs and games provided a beginning for well developed ideas on the culture of this Teutonic race. Miss Lok directed this group with the following officers: Dick Dunham, president, Dale Dick, vice-president, Virginia Cleary, secretary, Frank Bodenmiller, treasurer, George Tolles, sergeant-at- arms. To forget fun would be very wrong and the German Club has not neglected this important factor. ln October a roast was held at Walbridge Park and a December event was the Christmas Party with Dale Dick as chairman. 109 Row 'l-Pat Cothern, Joan Blankenhagen, Theresa Fischer, Doris Hubaker, Georgene McClain, Mary Stophlet, Lois Anne Knitt, Yvonne Sandys, Pat Zychowicz. Row 2-Phyllis Brillhart, Marian Papenfus, Beverly Walters, Marilyn Schalitz, Helen Ellerman, Arlene Flory, Doris Gockerman, Jeannine Siegel. Row 3-Thelma Frank, Wilma Keil, Jean Kasch, Marilyn Trumpy, Pat Cairl, Helen Ritter, Margie Savage, Marie Daley. Row 4-Patty Path, Helen Revill, Barbara Schneider, Jo Ann Cock, Jean Winkle, JoAnn Beck, Betty Brown, Joyce Whitney, Mary Lou Cothern. Row l-Lois Marquardt, Kathleen Marry, Dorothy Daine, Shirley Kiburtz, Wanda Beehler, Rhoda Lehr, Erleen Becker, Vivian Speweik, Jo- sephine Cuttaia, Ruth Hemsoth. Row 2-Edna Strong, Ruth Elaine Reichardt, Charlotte Sablowski, Evelyn Sankiewicz, Ruth Zimmer, Wilma Scheffert, Lois Hartman, Catherine Boyer. Row 3-Audrey McRoplus, Betty Callahan, Shirley Miller, Martha Glanzman, Mary Campbell, Nancy Henricks, Doris Stone, June Rogers, Arletta Ledyard. Row 4-Luette Poiazinski, Helen Shnir, Carol Spangler, Ruth Biggs, Bev Knitt, Barby Kelb, Marty Jimison, Marian Hoover, Helen Dryden. COMMERCIAL Always one of Libbey's top contributors to school and social activities is the Commercial Club. The girls take a fine interest in all school presentations along with their own social events. Under the very capable direction of their two worthy advisers, Mrs. Houser and Mr. Osgood, the club has completed a successful year. The programs this past year varied in that they were arranged for both pleasure and education. The group was privileged to listen to speeches given by Mr. Kiefer, Marguerite Parrish, and Mrs. Mary Houser. Enioyment is not lacking, we find, when the social schedule is checked. Joyce Whitney headed a com- mittee that presented a fine skating party on March the fifth at the Coliseum. The girls entertained their mothers by presenting a Mothers' and Daughters' Tea on February fourteenth under the direction of Helen Shnir, Earlier in the year the roof of the Viking Temple was raised by the girls in the midst of a Christmas Party under Mary Lou Cothern's capable supervision. Betty Callahan arranged the grand tinale of the year when she and her committee worked out the banquet at the end of the year in a very satisfactory manner. The club was run by a set of officers who have turned in an excellent iob throughout the year. The officers are the following: Wilma Scheffert, president, Betty Callahan, vice-president, Mary Lou Cothern, secretary, Thelma Frank, treasurer, Rhoda Lehr, reporter. To supply knowledge of the business world is the titting motto of the Commercial Club. 'llO ff' Q-92" 122' W? cm T' Row i-Dona Orns, Mary Booker, Druscilla Gibson, Eqerilla Glbson, Doris Newton, Iris Fugua, Betty Jean Ramsey, Doris Barnes, Norma Dolbee, Letha Busick. Row 2-lrene Fisher, Evelyn Kerns, Barabara Emerson, Carol Ann Cousino, Miss Fiedler, Nancy Chatham, Charlotte Brockway, Joan Helms, Verbena Henry, Ann Bumpus. Row 3-Leo Campbell, William Harris, Vern Fauble, Carlton Heckrotte, Bruce Bashore, Bill Fauble, Doris Harris, Lois Lindau, Lois Longberry, Dorothy Jane Brockway. Row 1-Phyllis Martin, Donna Whiteman, Lois Tussing, Charline Miller, Dorothy Schudel, Carole Collins, .lo Ann Hein, Joan Schultz, Laveeda Rose. Row 2-Lois Schmidt, Jennie Huls, Barbara Campbell, Pat Nagel, Frances Vorderburg, Fran Harris, Mary Jane Hess, Joanne Cook, Ruth Hasse, Gloria Bunge. Row 3-Miss Pickard, Jack Biebesheimer, Bill Heater, Jim Rowe, Dave Musgrave, Bob Campbell, Tom Rigney, Talmadge Traymen, Myrna Snyder. BIOLOGY CLUB To promote interest in the practical and recreational phases of biology-this is the purpose of Libbey's ever- expanding Biology Club. The members of the club began their year's activity with a highly successful skating party, held at Memorial Hall. During the fall a roast at Side-Cut Park was an entertaining event, while later in the year the club staged their annual Christmas party. An initiation of pledges furnished the members with laughter and gaiety. The spring party was a gala affair and was enjoyed by everyone attending. The Biology Club was indeed honored this year to have as a speaker Lou Klewer, The Toledo Blade's Sports columnist. Being an authority on natural science, Mr. Klewer was highly entertaining and interesting. As student speakers Bill Heater and Vernon Fauble helped acquaint the members of the club with the various phases of plant and animal life. g In the competition at the Northwestern Ohio exhibit at Bowling Green last spring the Libbey Biology Club was honored by winning many prizes. Each year many students from the club plan to attend this very worth- while exhibit. As it is a fairly large organization, this club finds need for an experienced hand in directing social functions and financial details. Miss Fiedler and Miss Pickard ably fulfilled their positions as club advisers, aided by the years officers: Bill Fauble, president, Joanne Cook, vice-president, Lois Longberry, secretary, and Leo Campbell, treasurer. lil x N Row 'I-Elizabeth Apostle, Pat Roth, Beatrice McCloud, Elizabeth McClelland, Loretta Hoffman, Rose Ann Langenderfer, Noryne'Morgan, Madelyn Young, Rita Domowicz, Ruth Pieper, Peggy Eichelberger. Row 2-Dave Strance, Mr. McClure, Norma Dolbee, Dona Orns, Rita Zeiler, Lenore Jonas, Shirley Breitner, Mary Lou Benington, Marian Papenfus, Evelyn Kerns, Robert Coleman. Row 3-.lim Rowe, Dave Musgrave, Frank Rowe, Victor Haddad, Tom Powell, Larry Kwiatkowski, Roy Lockwood, Art Harvey, George Gors, Eugene Hamilton. Row i-Kathryn Blackburn, Pat Cooper, Dorothy M. Smith, Pat Clark, Cherry Frost, Joan Errington, Patricia Kohler, Lois Shanteau, Carol Hill, Doris McFarland, Vivian Wynn. Row 2-Janet Dietrich, Donna Huff, Reita-Ann Ortmann, Phyllis Rosenberg, Mr. McClure, Virginia Cox, Margie Papke, Sheldon Baldwin, Joanne Good, Lois Black. Row 3-Gene Walker, Norman Harvey, Charles North, Owen B. Lowe, Allan Reed, James Moody, Walter Wells, Tommy Kelley, Bob Keholm, William Colquhoun. CHOIR Throughout the year, the musical talents of the students at Libbey have been developed and encouraged by the untiring efforts of the department's leader, Mr. Harold McClure. Music appreciation, as well as vocal adaptation has been included in their course of study. Besides listening to recordings of famous operas and concert artists, the choir was kept busy preparing for the many appearances it made during the year. Jones Jr. High School, W.S.P.D., Woodward High School, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Peace Lutheran Church and St. Petrie's Church were the scenes of several of the choir's presentations. Libbey enjoyed the special anthem prepared for each Friday morning Lenten Service, as well as the afternoon and evening performance on May 3. In April, the Choir traveled to Bluffton where it competed with other choirs-to find the outstanding high school choir in Northwestern Ohio. Soloists during the year were Phyllis Rosenberg, Virginia Cox, Margie Papke, Carol Hill, and Frank Rowe. The group's officers included Margie Papke, president, George Gors, vice-president, Noryne Morgan, sec- retary, Frank Rowe, treasurer, Robert Coleman, sergeant-at-arms, Sheldon Baldwin, assistant director, and Dave Strance, librarian. Under the direction of the officers, a spring banquet was successfully held at Viking Temple with members of the class attending. 112 Row 'l-Pat Parker, Nancy Strong, Marion Pindoley, Walter Boggs, Virginia Payne, Marilyn Arner, Vivian Schwind, Row 2-Royce Buchler, Robert Laishley, Mr. McClure, Jim Tice, Donna McCurdy, Evelyn Art, Dolly Layman. Row 3-John Woodall, Stanley Konieczka, Louis Hunt, Eugene Conger, Don Cox, Robert Mowery, Martin Karchner. Row l-Pat Roth, Herbert Rice, Robert Timbrook, Ann Miller, Lillian Ziethlow, Sylviann Taylor, Delores Parsons, Lula Mahoney, Jack Mehlman. Row 2-Edwin McCurdy, Donald Brokaw, Leo Hamilton, Howard Hilfinger, Robert Smith, Leonard Mierzeiewslci, Richard Dandino, Jeanine Siegel, Rodney Repass. Row 3-Clifford Bishop, Alfred Hattery, Paul Kurth, Milton Mygott, Eugene Hamilton, Harold Mucci, Walter Niezgoda, Mr. McClure, Richard Gerst, Don Conn. BAND Have you heard martial strains of music floating through the halls first hour? Well, we needn't give you three guesses, but it has been the Libbey Band practicing in the auditorium. The purpose of this organization is to promote the study of music and school spirit. During the first part of the school year, the band's program was devoted entirely to marches which were presented at football games and mass meetings. There was a fifty-piece band including three drum maiors, Bill Dowell, Rodney Repass, and Walter Boggs, six drum maiorettes, Nancy Strong, Vivian Schwind, Marilyn Arner, Virginia Payne, Marion Pindoley and Pat Parker. To alter their schedule this year, the band presented the mass meeting, "To be or not to be-wed" in honor of Sadie Hawkins Day. At Christmas time the band presented a concert at school, on February 'l2 a program was given for the Chamber of Commerce, and the rest of the school year consisted of giving concerts at Arlington, Burroughs, Harvard, Walbridge, and Jones Junior High School. These concerts were given to acquaint the grade school children with the Libbey Band and try to interset these pupils in music. In May there was a band concert given in the Zoo Amphitheater in which all the school bands had representatives participating. Libbey had twelve members of the band represented. To conclude the school year, the Libbey Band gave a spring concert for the benefit of the school. The success of the Band is due to the untiring efforts of Mr. Harold McClure. Row il-Shirley Strong, Marilyn Pittenger, Marilyn Moore, Mr. Baker, June Pier, Marilyn Bellingham, Mary Jane Hess. Row 2-Jerry Canty, Bob Bunting, Ray Knerr, Jerry Huebner, Phil Greenberg, Bill Heater, Hillis McKenzie, Tom Rigney. Row 'l-June Pier, Ruth Zimmer, Patte MacDonald, Shirley Jay, Agatha Bruno, Lois Lel'Tel, Ruth Haase, Lena Diterlizzi, Phyllis Reynolds, Shirley Kiburtz, Jeanne Miles. Row 2-Mary Lou Flowers, Pat Cairl, Liz Apostle, Margie Papke, Mary Anne Werts, Mary Lou Bellingham, Marilyn Moore, Jean Ann Baker, Barbara Haye, Phyllis Kerstetter. Row 3-John Fleck, Mart Holtgrieve, Jim Hennings, Richard Herald, Jerome Joy, Tom Konewka, Doris Harris, Janet Watson, Marilyn Schroeder, Marilyn Fleming, Jim Tice. Row 4-Doug Koder, Bob D. Kaiser, Russell Curtice, Ralph Heuerman, William Weit, Richard Gerlinger, Bob Mason, Kenneth Sperber, Victor Haddad, Bud Aylor. THE DEBATE CLUB AND THE DRAMATIC CLUB Here are two clubs in Libbey which inspire dramatic talent and speaking ability. The Debate Club, a new organization within our school walls, is popular with those who wish to obtain skill in logic and oratory. The prime purpose of this club is to have debates for the benefit of the school. The members are vitally interested in controversial topics, and, to develop their ability for speaking, a series of debates was held during the year in which all the club members participated. This group has eliminated all social events in order to devote more time for study. OFFicers for the year include Bob LaBine, president, Ray Knerr, vice-president, Shirley Strong, sec- retary, Marilyn Pittenger, treasurer. The club's adviser is Mr. Baker. The Libgbey Dramatic Club was founded to give its members practical experience in the interpreting and producing of plays, to promote interest in the activities of the school, to develop the creative talent of the mem- bers of the club, to encourage the reading and witnessing of better plays, and to promote an enthusiasm for the drama on all its phases. To carry out this purpose the club produced a one-act play, "Sweet Sixteen," in November. They also sponsored the senior play in December, "Footloose." Later, in April, the iunior class, aided by the Dramatic Club, put on their annual play, "Cash and Carrie," which was 'followed by another one-act play. ln October the members enioyed a roast at Side-Cut Park. Olticers forthe year were Jim Hennings, presi- dent, Bud Aylor, vice-president, Elizabeth Apostle, recording secretary, Ruth Zimmer, corresponding secretary, and Richard Gerlinger, treasurer. Miss Costigan was the club's able and efficient adviser. 114 A Row 1-Corlene Bohnert, LaDonna Howe, Barbara Bigelow, Agatha Bruno, Marilyn Collins, Joan Bache, Marilyn Arner, Charlotte Gaynor. Row 2-Pat Krall, Lois Archambo, Nancy Glew, Mrs. Burton, Miss Ebreth, Phyllis Ferguson, Lucy Cremean, Marilyn Bracht, Elaine Hirschy. Row 3-Bob Smith, Tom Schrimer, .lim Watson, Frank Bodenmiller, Fred Bosinger, Harold Clark, Jonnie Waller, Charles Roberts, Bob Gellette. Row 'I-Shirley Strong, Marilyn Moore, Virginia Weber, Patti Wandel, Rita Zeiler, Betty Holtgrieve, Catherine Frazier, Virginia Allmon, Anne Leppert. Row 2-Marilyn Fleming, Donna Walker, Marilyn Heuerman, Mrs. Burton, Miss Ebreth, Dawn Voelzow, Jacky Blanchong, Shirley Sype. Row 3-William Weit, Jack Genm, Bruce Bashore, Eugene Conger, Bob D. Kaiser, Frank Rowe, Wayne Seppeler, Bill McCIuggage. CLASSICAL LEAGUE "Scientia arx saeculorum!" Throughout the school year the Libbey Classical League has continually furthered the educational and cultural background of the school with its excellent programs and entertaining social events. One of the club's activities, as an added incentive to members, is the annual awarding of the Classical League trophy at commencement to the outstanding four year Latin student. Trips to the Toledo Tomorrow exhibit and the University of Michigan were some of the highlights on the club's roster. A movie on Greece was shown to stimulate interest in the Greek relief drive, and, in cooperation with the Latin Department for National Latin Week, another movie, "The Last Days of Pompeii," was shown. L The Classical League also sponsored an afternoon dance during our highly successful Libbey Loyalty Week. Among its other social events were the spring party and picnic. The club meetings were lively, enioyable, and designed to depict the Latin language as a vital implement of our daily work. As a reward to outstanding students the League presented certificates of merit for excellence in Latin. As in the past Mrs. Pauline Burton and Miss Aileen Eberth served as the League's very capable advisers. Assisting them were the club's otticers for this year: Lucy Cremean, first consul, Frank Rowe and Eugene Conger, second consuls, Phyllis Ferguson, praetor, Dawn Voelzow, quaestor, La Donna Howe, aedile, and Donna Walker, lictor. Indeed the Classical League has again fulfilled its purpose in the school of promoting interest in the classics and ancient history. 115 , X . - - Row 1-Charlotte Moreland, Ann Meek, Helen Ensign, Sally Vanyo, Betty Elrod, Mary Reynier, Helen Ellerman, Dorothy Klein, Janet Black, Nancy Smith, Sally Krause. Row 2-Joanne Hubaker, Grace Garber, Jackie Hugh, Joanne Santelli, Miss May, Lois Kachenmeister, Joan Kirntz, Joan Snyder, Marily Royer. Row 3-Frank Grobowski, Roland Krabill, John Szymanski, Richard Kloeppel, Douglas Colpaert, Paul Hoffman, Ann Heidloff, Dorothy Ridge, Ray Stull, Charles Pohlman. Row 'l-Paul Bode, Donald Gwinner, Georgia Hite, Barbara Haye, Shirley Strong, Jerry Canty, Harry Savage. Row 2-David F. Kaczala, John Kirkpatrick, Al Haltery, Mr. Lincke, Richard Gwinner, Broner Halley, Jimmy Packer. Row 3-Homer Gilbert, Frank Gwodz, Steve Vanyo, Bob Johnsen, John Osborn, Frank Sherburne, Chester Werner. JUNIOR RED CROSS SOCIETY AND PROJECTION CLUB Two of Libbey's most energetic groups, the Proiection Club and the Junior Red Cross Society, are often seen lending a helping hand to others. The Proiection Club has presented a program of visual education for the students to enlarge their scope of knowledge. They gave a movie in the auditorium entitled "Who Done It?" for the enioyment of the student body as a whole. The club held its initiation at the Walbridge Park Shelter house. Mr. H. W. Lincke guided the club as its adviser, and the officers were George Hite, president, Richard Gwinner, vice-president, Barbara Haye, secretary, Frank Sherburne, treasurer, and Homer Gilbert, sergeant-at-arms. The Junior Red Cross motto, "We Serve," has inspired the Libbey Chapter to extend its hands in friend- ship to those in need all around the world. Filling fifty boxes with Christmas presents and, later, two large recreational chests with athletic equipment for servicemen in far-away areas, were the first iobs done by the society. At Christmas time, the Toledo Naval Armory was given two beautiful centerpieces for their tables. Gay napkins were sent to the Maumee Valley Hospital, and fruits, cookies, and candy to the ill at Lucas County Hos- pital Annex. Candy was sent to the U.S. O. Lounge at the Union Station. Valentines were sent to Libbey service- men, and to the sick and aged in our local hospitals. The society was guided by Miss Virginia C. May, its adviser, and its officers, Lois Kachenmeister, president, and Joanne Santelli, secretary-treasurer. 116 1 Row 1-Kevin Steiner, Ben Rogers, Margaret Gilligan, Evelyn Kerns, Mariorie Leitner, Wilma Diegelman, Rose Bud Lutz, Betty Meyers. Row 2-Richard Fellhauer, Frank Gwodz, Ellis Baldwin, Eugene Steiner, Bob Adams, Tom Lasko, Jim Dudley. Row 'l-Lois Pasch, Betty Levans, Marilyn Mallett, Onalee Remusat, Pat Soboleski, Donna Wingert, Helen DeLare, Jean Lowrie, Florence Barlow, Edythe Weaver. Row 2-Donna Huepenbecker, Arleen Harrison, Lois Black, Pat Courtad, Miss Murbach, Miss Wylie, Yvonne Williams, Mary Thomas, Gerry Feltmen. Row 3-Pat Hawley, Shirley Matteson, Joanne Santelli, Mary Lou Flowers, Margaret Almandinger, Bernadine Krall, Barbara Stone, May Roadwiler, Donna Culver, Dorothy Garber. Row 4-Shirley Toland, Ruth Morris, Billie Jo Downey, June Bauer, Betty Zanter, Donna Pheils, Shirley Putbrese, Pat Angell, Mary Helen Seideman, Dolores Bunck. I THE LIB AND HOME ECONOMICS Art is the fundamental principle of both the Lib and Home Economics Club: one, drawing, the other, homemak- ing. The Lib has again been made a great success in Libbey. The cartoon magazine has carried out its purpose by portraying the activities ot the teachers and students. The work ot publishing is done entirely by the student members, Thomas Lasko, editor, Frank Gwodz, assistant editor, Marjorie Leitner, business manager, Robert Adams, publication editor, assisted by the stat? who do the drawings, mimeographing and distributing under the supervision of Miss Hazel Bartley. One could not ask for higher ideals than the Home Economics Club's, the aims of which are to bring the home and school into closer union, to train young women in efficiency and leadership, and to promote high ideals and morals. The year started by the group's having a roast at Ottawa Park with Shirley Matteson as chairman. ln the home of Pat Hawley, who was chairman, a Christmas party was held at which talks were given about Christmas customs of other lands and packages prepared for the Old Folks' Home. For Libbey Loyalty Week the Home Ec. girls decorated the oFFice with our school colors. On one occasion Mr. William Everhart spoke to the girls about "Community Recreation." To close a most enioyable year the club had its banquet in May. The oFFicers were president, Dorothy Garber, vice-president, May Roadwiler, secretary, Dolores Bunck, treasurer, Bernadine Krall, and their advisers, Miss Murbach, Miss Owen and Miss Wylie. 'I'l7 Row I-Kenneth Kramp, Bill Gillette, William Bliss, Bob Gillette, Richard Gerst, Marilyn Fleming, Alice lngle, Charline Miller, Carol Hill. Row 2-George M. Beard, Larry Weinstock, Bernard Thobe, Albert Sawyer, Mr. Lynn, Donald Gwinner, Harold Clark, Richard Gwinner, Don Rein, Robert Chew. Row 3-R. C. Young, Bruce Bashore, Jack Biebesheimer, Richard Klein, Carlton Heckrotte, Bob D. Kaiser, Bill Heater, Hillis Mc- Kenzie, Dick Dunham, Bob Beauch. Row I-George Gors, Phillip Braun, Jim Stambaugh, Eugene Gendeszck, Dick Hadolny, Ford Cauffiel, Robert Verdon, Kenneth Kramp, Row 2-Rod Repass, Paul Simons, Jim Kevelder, Ernie Heller, Bob Schiehsl, Fred Leydorf, .lack Trumpy, Bernard Thobe. Row 3-John Fleck, Ray Stull, Roland Brown, Ralph Heuerman, Allen Root, Don Stambaugh, Robert Mowery, Richard Koneczka. CHESS CLUB AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY Competition is the life blood of the Chess Club. As a means for relaxation and recreation chess offers many possibilities, and all year many Libbey boys and girls have been energetically pursuing this intricate game. All social events were dropped from the club's roster to furnish more time for games and tournaments. The annual tournament has grown to larger proportions this year because of many new members. Older members found their time occupied with the task of teaching the new members the complicated rules and moves of the game. As the club's adviser, Mr. Lynn was ideal, as his knowledge and enthusiasm for the game inspired the members. Officers for the year were Bob D. Kaiser, president, Harold Clark, vice-president, Bill Heater, secretary-treasurer, and Bruce Bashore, Guardian of the Chess Sets. The very active Engineering Society has again completed a successful year. Early in the school term members of the club attended the Pressed Metal Exposition at Macomber. After this, others from the club met at the Toledo University to hear a speaker on engineering. lt has been the aim of the society to further interest in and knowledge of engineering, to stimulate friendship, and to make use of leisure time. Science and all Industrial Arts subiects are topics of study for the members. Officers for the year included Bob Verdon, president, Bernard Thobe, vice-president, Ford Cauffiel, secretary, Kenneth Kramp, treasurer. The club was under the supervision of Mr. Sterling. To end their year's activities, members planned a roast during the spring. 118 t i GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIQN Captions for above illustration shown on page 142 1 DR. WILLIAMS More than ever during the past year have we ap- preciated the friendship of Dr. Charles H. Williams, the brother of our principal. Continuously loyal to Libbey and all of its traditions, Dr. Williams has with his customary generosity provided the beautiful trophy awards so much coveted by athletes and also the very fine cups that are presented each year to the outstanding senior girl and senior boy. Dr. Williams resumed again this year his presentation of the Door Prize Show, which provided delight and entertainment as well as worth-while gifts. But more than for his gifts do we respect and venerate our patron, Dr. Williams. To Libbey he is the epitome of graciousness and cul- ture. His interest in and affection for our school merits our constant gratitude and in the thoughts of all of us he is, in truth, a perfect gentleman. Parallel bars build strength for Butch Dick and Wimpy COACH .IEFFERY Libbey was very fortunate this year in having Al Jeffery to take over the iobs of head football and basketball coach. "Jeff," who has long been connected with Libbey athletics, worked very hard to develop our football team, and was very successful until mid- season iniuries somewhat thwarted his fine efforts. When the basketball season started, "Jeff" was found clown in the gym almost every night working and drilling the teams. His eFForts were well rewarded as the varsity team was led through a successful season and on into the district finals. Then as spring came on, Mr. Jeffery coached the baseball team for the first time in several years. He was always encouraging and helping the boys to greater heights as the team went through its schedule. We wish to thank Mr. Jeffery for his hard work and untiring interest in our athletics. Managers Karchner Qulnlivan McDermott Kuiawa, Saccucci, and Honeck check equipment. ' 1 . CHARLES R. MARTIN Director of Athletics ADMINISTRATION The backbone of a sports program is its administration department and because this division is so important it is necessary to have capable leaders. Charles R. Martin, director of athletics, has finished another efficient year super- vising the many activities that come under the iurisdiction of the sports department. As in years before, Mr. Martin produced the football programs which were a great credit to the school. These programs were in addition to the splendid schedule of sports for 1945-46 arranged by him. Aiding Mr. Martin this year were two assistants, Orville Henrion and Herbert Ramsdell. Among their many duties has come the task of keeping books and supervising the equipment. Although this trio has made no eltort to claim rewards for their achievements, everyone at Libbey recog- nizes their value and thoroughly appreciates their work. 5 I .,,, . . , ,, 5 . I 1 for , t c cycy 1 ' iisiis sityi ' L.L.....,'g-.sf .. .mg ng. DR. R. C. YOUNG DR. R. D. lADD ORVII-LE HENRIQN LIBBEY'S CQACHES "Hit the line!! Dig!! Cut upfield!!" These orders were often heard on the football field as our fine coaching staff directed the team through its practice. Later, in the gym, it was "Watch your man!! Guard closer!! Shoot!!" as the basketball team was run through its paces. Our new head coach, Al Jeffery, did fine work with our football team, and took the basketball team to the district finals. Helping "Jeff" was his brother, Ben Jeffery, line coach, who made our line one of the strongest in the city. Bus Harding did a fine job bringing the reserve football team through an undefeated season in the city league. We wish to congratulate him on his appointment as head football coach for next season. Newly returned to Libbey from a hitch in the Navy, "Chuck" Robinson took over the track and cross country teams for a suc- cessful season. The indoor efforts of Coach Spackey with his bowling teams proved fruitful and he had the golf team out swinging around the fairways as soon as the weather permitted. Our team had many injuries this year, but our two fine doctors, R. C. Young, M.D. and R. D. Ladd, O.D., returned the players to active service almost as fast as they were injured. Our athletics are good because our fine coaching staff is always directing, advising, demonstrating, and encouraging the boys to greater efforts and more good sportsmanship. CHUCK ROBINSON BEN .IEFFERY y W2- 'zs L , fsff , .Y ':-' 1 HERB RAMSDELL E. R. SPACKEY BUS HARDING MHZ! E if 5 2 Q Q Q 1 E 2 s 2 5 2 5 0 AT LEFT- Row 1 Ted Bey, Dick Zink, Robert Noe- then, Max Rothschild. Row 2 Louis Gaynor, Max Save, Rubelle Ashley, Dave Wandfke. Row 3 Louis Neiiling, Frank Mensing, Carlos Loehrke, Sam Ferris, Joe Taberner, George Miley. Row 4 Cliff Collins, Tom Schoettley, Ralph Heuerman, Jerry Manz, Bob Keholm, Jim Fenner. Row 5 Owen Lowe, Bud Coleman, Dave Strance, Paul Hart. AT RIGHT- Row 1 Bob Rataiczak, Bill Trosi, Bob Ball, Jack Snyder. Row 2 Doug Arend, Don Ramsey, Herb Loehrke. Row 3 Don Logan, Bob Sarchiz. Row 4 John Monefta, Bob Momsen, Eugene Sund, Tex Carmen. 125 . Our tireless, hardworking manager-Duane Loehrke VARSITY FOOTBALL Foreground-Manager Martin Karshner, Manager Herman Honeck. Row l-Bill Path, Joe Taberner, Bob Sarchiz, Jerry Manz, Capt. Clilt Collins, Max Rothschild, Tex Car- man, Rubelle Ashley, Max Save, Don-Ramsey, Butch Gaynor. Row 2-Bud Kinker, Jack Snyder, Herb Loehrke, Bud Mensing, Pete Hart, Dick Zink, Sam Ferris, Ralph Heuerman, John Monetta, Herb Ramsdell, Equip- ment Manager. Row 3-Coach Ben Jeffery, Bud Coleman, Bob Momsen, Eugene Sund, Doug Arend, Owen Lowe, Louis Neit- ling, Bob Rataiczak, Ted Hampton Bey, Bill Trost. Row 4-Carlos Loerke, Ted Arend, George Miley, Jim Fenner, Dave Wandtke, Bob Ball, Don Logan, Tom Schoettly, Dave Strance, Bob Noethen, Head Coach Al Jeffery. ,., 126 RESERVE FOOTBALL Row 'l-Coach Shepler, John O'Halloran, Jack Edwards, Dick Bade, Duane Loehrke, Richard Penrod, Paul Phillips, Don Wessendorf, Elmer Fink, Dick Martin, Paul Geyer. Row 2-Cliff Kuiawa, Richard Topolski, Ted Maiewski, Jim Lowry, Charles Garner, Bernard Williams, John Earlywine, Carl Kowalski, Jack Crookes, Coach Harding. . Row 3-John Spence, Dick Bartell, Leo Poenicke, Bob Coleman, Jack Patterson, Harry Broadway, Bob Ryan, Jack Wainwright, Bob Neitzke, Joe Fosbender, Bob Schieshl. Row 4-Jim Wise, Andrew Hampton Bey, Jerry Ritter, Jerry Palmer, Avery Fuqua, Dick Klueter, Dick Lee, Ronny Bowman, Carl Johns, Jim Stamloaugh. Libbeyls energetic morale-builders Gene Gendaszek and Johnny Fleck 0 RESERVE BASKETBALL m Row l-Duane Loehrke, Gerry Palmer, Don Ramsey, Russ Crossman, Bob Sarchiz, Paul Phillips, Gerry Palmer, Mr. JeFFery. Row 2-Charles Bourquin, Bob Coffey, Jack Patterson, Dick Heuerman, Eugene Suncl, Jim Fenner, Bob Momsen. BASKE 4 1 S Y Row 'I-Rubelle Ashley, Bill Trosf, Bob Keholm, Leo Huston, Melvin Young, Walt Goeffing Row 2-Doug Arend, Ray Phillips, Ted Arend, Don Ramsdall, Corky Trautwein. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Dolley, Ed Henry, Richard Topolski, Jim- mie Root, Richard Gerst, Herb Ramsdall, Row 2-Dick Neehouse, Richard Penrod, Clif? Knopp, Paul Geyer, Burr Mallory, Henry Harper, Avery Fuqua, James Gooch. BALL Row l-Bob Campbell, Mgr., Bill Trost, Corky Traufwein, Rubelle Ashley, Doug Arend, Bob Keholm, Mr. JeFfery Row 2-Don Ramsdall, Ray Phillips, Melvin Young, Walt Goetfing, Ted Arend, Ray Gregory. INTRAMURALS 1-Don't miss, girls! 2-Let's get that ball! 3-Here's hoping she doesn'i' miss! DELLA WILLIAMS PAINE Throughout the years, Mrs. Paine has been a true and loyal friend of Libbey's. The admiration and affection of everyone in our school is extended to Mrs. Paine, the writer of our school songs. ' The Blue And Gold. Words and Music by DELLA WILLIAMS PAINE Tempo di Marcia I I2 I .I I I E ' I 'J " J' ii 7 7 7 7 E V 5 7 Lf 7 f I- I W? I I -P3 Ig 5 A -,L 4 1 1 I I I ' I J IJ J IJ J I ' D Lib - b y School, our Dear Lib b y School, may Dear Lib b y T ,we'l1 Z"' F . . I 9 7 'B 7 'fo 'L I J I'L..7' P173 'ff-5 J 'D P .I I DQ EI! F X 7 F , g W ' 'L , I 24" V 5 LJ if LJ T Ii' 'L Iif I hearts are true, As we sing' our p se of thee...,.,....... e'e a, cloud Be - dim thy gl rious name. ,-.--,.-. fight for you As you con - quer ry foe-....-..1-... JT I I .1 + 7 fri mf 7 7 7 7 7 E 7 I 7 E 7 F D if I I I ' I ' .I 1 3 S. 2 ,S N ' i i I i . 5 7 J 1 J ,L I J J Q' 5 , g I I -A Dear Lib - hey School, thru all the years, May -.. But thru the years may glo - ry come And -.. 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Our hearts will al - ways beat 'th gf 7 J -l 41 ll J 7' 7 1 'C,,,v,r LJ, E 7 F 1' 9 5 H 5 H' .HJ Lb 1 H joy, We will al - ways fight for you.,-,,il.l all , Dear,-, Lib - bey School, to thee. ,-il., joy Hoo - ray, Hoo - ray, for you.- -1-, fn ' 5 P b j :E 7 E 7 E 7 E 7 V5 S P51-V 5 7 PP P D b E LT if , il ' CHORUS fx lmlefemerele 1 I 1 J J J I J Lu- i- e o -ors ue an gold,Are m- ems ta w 0 Lbbycl blqd ,bi htel tif Eeiffiieififl , b J ,-xx wi Mere' Mimi They fill our hearts with joy and pride, As they ,--1 5 'X P Jr? Var'-Wvrlrffaewww proud-ly wave a - bove..l..i.... The blue ev-er like thesky so J J 75.5 EJ M , ffffw 4 mf 3154 bay :hmm Ml Eli? 1 I EV 1 1 v fa1r,...1... The gold hkethe sun shm mg gr1ght,...1...!W1111ea,d us I I : ff' :L B35 J ,Q N 5 va P55 P I V -i 7 1 I ? 'I' -- L5 4 ' 7 3, -! J J , ?"' I ' J .fi . J .tzf W r H as 7 r Q' s 5 s on to vio - to - ry,--.71-. In paths'-.1 of 5 . I J 'if' X A If-X. 1 Q fl 2 7 3 7 1 E F I I ' 1 3 5 4 F K ,L I I , 4 1' li H2 I Q fi 1: V 5 l-'B 7 J :B 53' E45 7 H truth and right...-.......1...-.. Our rlght ,,............-. Q l 1 ' ' ' ' , K 5 Elin: ' '-E! 7 I 1 J! 7-5 7 I-I f J X. SZ . f - f .. " . H ml: nn . - 7 Z ri. fg THE WOMANLESS WEDDING 1-The blushing bride and groom-Cliff and Harry fettel. 2-What a handsome foursome! . . Sorority sweethearts. 3-Gene, the bubble dancer! 4-"For better or worse" . . . Al, our pseudo preacher. 5-Gruesome twosomes! 6-Made 'for each other . . . Jim and Ted! 7-A mess of femi nine pulchritude. 8-Bewitching flower girls . . . sweet and demure. 9-Cupid's chorus line. 'IO- The bride's sorority sisters and their escorts. THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls Athletic Association is not a group organized for social activity but organized for the purpose of creating good sportsmanship, leadership, and high ideals for healthful living. These girls participate in very strenuous exercise which consists of volleyball and basketball games the year round. The G. A. A. gives the girls an opportunity to participate in athletic activities. ln the spring they had a roast which was enjoyed by all the girls who attended. Instead of having officers to guide them this year, the G. A. A. had a council which was composed of nine girls: Leota Walter, Pat Walter, Letha Busick, Evelyn Kerns, Wilma Scheffert, Joanne Zelt, Mary Christy, Doris Bowes, and Doris Harris. With their able advisers Miss Katherine Maher, Miss Mary Ann Davis, and Mrs. Eula Upp the girls enjoyed a happy and pleasant year. CAPTIONS LISTED BELOW FOR ILLUSTRATIONS ON PAGE 119 TOP PICTURE Row I-Phyllis Martin, Sally Vanyo, Donna Hehl, Dolly Layman, Nancy Strang Delores Helmmiak Elizabeth Hinderer, Phyllis Litten, Joyce Runge, Janis Weaver. ' Row 2-Marie Daley, Patricia Pore, Virginia Driver, Lois Tussing, Donna Whiteman Joyce Rubadeaux Nancy Eichhorn, Angeline Schneider, Helen Ensign. Row 3-Josephine Bennington, Betty Grills, Rita Jagodzinski, Pat Saboleski, Nancy Bauman Jacqueline Anderson, Onalee Remusat, Lillian Ziethlow, Bonnie Jane Krauss. Row 4-Louise Boone, Alice Bradley, Joanne Winkleman, Mary Jane Netermyer Betty Zanter Georgene McClain, Joyce Schroeder, Eleanor Buske, Carolyn Graves, Susan Booth. CENTER PICTURE Row I-Betty Elrod, Shirley Richard, Bernadine Krall, Mary Thomas, Joan Thomas Annette Black Dorothy Will, Carmen Gerig, Vondella Foster, Adele Smith, Betty Howard. Row 2-Mary Oates, Theodorsia Soviano, Gladys England, Elsie Schnabel, Betty Williams Barbara Pudzinski, Marilyn Bracht, Mary Anne Werts, Carol Hill. Row 3-Martha Glanzman, Barbara Emerson, Verbina Henry, Jacqueline Key Amy Jacobs Vivian Pearson, Elizabeth Reese, Ann Bumpus, Mary Booker, Laveeda Rose. Row 4-Marion Pendoley, Virginia Payne, Nancy Stilke, Marilyn Royer, Alice lngle Virginia Jones Donna Walker, Barbara Haye, Betty Whipple, Joanne Zelt. BOTTOM PICTURE Row 'l-Mary Jane O'Hara, Jo Ann Reed, Sally Harding, Pat Houser, Virginia Peters Barbara Fretz Suzanne McNary, Marilyn Arner, Barbara Frank, Shirley Willyard. Row 2-Doris Stone, Wilma Scheffert, Sally Krause, Bonnie Woolf, Dorothy Suhr Ruth Laiiness Eve Ann Speyer, Nancy Hadley, Joyce Browne, Beatrice Huntley. Row 3-Ruth Pieper, Letha Busick, Evelyn Kerns, Helen Ritter, Betty Gilts, Barbara Bunting Yvonne Prior, Glenna Frye, Ann Meek, Doris Barnes. Row 4-Doris Harris, Patty Path, Shirley Breitner, Theresa Fischer, Kathleen Marry Dorothy Ridge Mary Christy, Barby Kelb, Bev Knitt, Phyllis Krames. COURTESY CLEANERS 1226 Broadway 968 South MAin 3835 MAin 1084 Remember .... The Rexall Drug Store For the Best Values in Town Newhard's Pharmacy 1917 Wayne at Fearing Joe 1. Cooper FLORIST Flowers With Personality 1635 Broadway We Telegraph Flowers - Members of F. T. D. ADams 5130 Compliments of Peg SL Jim Dairy Bar 802 Spencer WA. 0281 "THE COOLER" ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONS 1444 South Street I-I. SWICKARD 6. SON SPRED THE WASHABLE THIN WATER PAINT Flat and Luster GLIDDEN CO. I A and J GRILL Home Made Chile The Educational Supplg Cu. Sandwiches PRINTING - ENGRAVING Take Out Service E SCHOOL SUPPLIES 'A' 1050 Curtis Street Phone MAin 0935 Painesville, Ohio Toledo Artcraft Co. MASTER PRINTERS 129 N. Erie Street GERTRUDE C. DUNN, Mgr. ARLINGTON DRY CLEANERS Arlington at Woodsdale WAlbridge 0526 We Deliver WERT PHCNO SUPPLY New and Used Records Record Players and Automatic Changers Needles ' Amplifiers 0 1782 Wayne ASHES PATENT MEDICINE STORE 303 South Detroit ' WA. 0103 0 Patent Medicines and Fountain Service Eileen and Harold's Restaurants For Good Food and Service 'k Two Locations 410 Broadway and 508 Spencer ITALIAN SPAGHETTI SAUCE and MEAT BALLS uk They make a deliciously different dinner. You can prepare it in 15 minutes. 'A' We have all the trimmings, too! At SHUNK St LARSON'S 1044 Western Ave. Open Evenings Until 10 MAin 3400 Completely Remodeled 8C ERNST DRUG STORE HARDWARE Broadway at Colburn Street Sherwin-Williams Paints NEW Prescription Department Soda Fountain wk Cosmetic Bar Cameras and Supplies 1609 Broadway Toledo, Ohio J osten's Treasure - - - Craft Jewelers CLASS RINGS - CLASS PINS Commencement Announcements Designers and Manufacturers of the World's Finest School le welry Main Office and Plant Owatonna, Minnesota Eastern Division Headquarters 627 Union Commerce Bldg. Cleveland. Ohio 25 Years of Reliable Prescription Service! A Registered Pharmacist always at your call COLLINS AND PARKER 445 South Kat Maumee Ave.i 1347 E. Broadway tat Albertl Member Floral Telegraph Delivery Mary A. Warning Potter's Confectionery 1158 Walbridge Avenue ' ADams 0525 Soda Fountain FLOWERS Hand Packed Ice Cream SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1217-1219 Broadway Magazines Cosmetics Candies Cigarettes M Ain 6231 Soft Drinks Tobaccos Swan Creek Lumber Cnmpang Toledo Blue Print 8a Paper Co. QUALITY MILLWORK S U P P L I E S I-UMBER and HARDWARE Engineer : Architect : Artist : Draftsman MAin 1211 226 City Park 316 Superior Street TOLEDO, OHIO iiirmiirker iHu11vral Munn, AMBULANCE seevrce 137-139 Maumee Avenue TOLEDO. OHIO 1 Phone MAin 7171 Hello. Friend! BUD 8c LUKES FOR GOOD FOOD AND CLEAN FUN Madison and 20th We at The Home Building and Savings Company-902 Broadway at Segur-have completed more than a half a century oi service-and wish to congratulate the members oi the 22nd graduating class of Libbey High School. Many former students, their parents and the staff of this great institution oi learning have come to The Home for advice and service over this 22-year period-a tact of which we are very proud. You. like your fathers and mothers. will some day want to own your own home. When you are ready to take this step, we will be glad to consider your application for a home loan iust as we have those ol your parents, your school staff and many of your former school mates. Your Home Loan Belongs at The Home. THE HOME ?.H'L?J13'?D'5f.E9X'?'C52S9r Compliments oi Wall's Drug Store 1132 Broadway at Western THE McMANUS-TROUP co. Printers : Stationers Complete Ottice Outfitters 713-715 Iefterson Avenue TOLEDO. OHIO HORN HARDWARE 1224 Broadway 0 Dealer in HARDWARE. Gifts. Toys and House Wares ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES MCINTIRE'S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Sales and Service 25 Years on Broadway ADams 7161 1120 Broadway WILL BIRKENKAMP FUNERAL IIUME AMBULANCE SERVICE Cortland at Iervis Mrs. Will Birkenkamp Phone Alva D. Underwood ADams 61 18-61 19 ENROLL NOW The demand for comptometer operators exceeds our supply. The course is short, interesting and practical. 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Talk with your architect or builder about the use of Insulux in kitchen, living room, bedroom and bath. OWENS -ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY TOLEDO, OHIO Compliments Best Wishes COMMUNITY The S. M. Jones Company 5C to 31.00 KU We Fill Your Neighbors America's Quality POTATO CHIPS Serving since 1899 Prescriptions Do We Fill Yours? i' , Neal s Drug Stores PoP CORN - PRETZELS - SHOESTRINGS 1051 Weslem 2596 B'0c'dWC'Y MEYER DRUG CO. 1531 Broadway, corner South The South Side Lumber Company Earl W. Meyer. Ph. C. Superior 'k This phamacy Lumber - Millwork has been Prescription Headquarters 2 Y d for Sixty Years! ar S if 425 Earl Street 1307 Prouty Avenue Complete Drug Store Service TAylor 1401 ADams 7168 We offer the following advantages . . . 1. MOST COMPLETE COURSES 2. MOST EXPERIENCED FACULTY 3. FINEST EQUIPMENT 4. LARGEST CALL FOR GRADUATES The F. G. Leydorf CO. Better Meat ' For Summer School opens Iune 10 Fall Term opens September 3 Better Heqlth Businesz College 7274 i . 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WALTER Phone ADams 4105 Compliments oi THE IIUMMUNITY TRAETIUN EUMPANY Fresh Milk Builds Strong, Healthy Bodies MAKES ALERT MINDS O The Doctors Say: "Drink a Quart oi Fresh Milk Every Day" Scientific Instruments For Industrial, Educational, Medical Use Microscopes Colorimeters Balances Furnaces Ph Equipment Incubators Water Stills Sterilizers Microtomes Balopticons CHEMICAL - REAGENTS O THE Rupp I SZ Bowman Co. Scientiiic Department 2nd Floor 317 Superior Street FOR COMPLETE DRUG 6. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Drug Sundries-Fountain Refreshments School Supplies Stop at SEELICJS DRUG STORE 1732 Arlington Avenue 'A LIBBEY Boosrsn WERT CLEANERS -Second to None- 512 Spencer 1782 Wayne WA. 4343 WA. 1409 ILTM' e - X99 IIA PFQOJ, Q 5 JJ' " 'V 1 ' E 'I E y A I , '9Y2r.z.EJf.i'QsUEe1:sr' , 'XP ' X6QQlfg'Q'19YlEf"' On the iob night and day . . . as close as your nearest electric outlet. . . ready to do one or a dozen tasks easier, better. quicker . . . REDDY KILOWATT is your dependable electric servant. "Our Mission in Life is to Serve Wel1" Foth 85 Son MORTUARY One Halt Century of Service 2310 Iefferson Avenue TOLEDO, OHIO Near Collingwood ERIKSEN'S Inc. J TOLEDO'S LARGEST TYPEWRITER STORE New Portables are Coming In Place Your Order NOW! Pen and Pencil Sets School Supplies 325 Erie Street MAin ll93 Libbey Students and Faculty Compliments of l Kopfman's Bakery Patronize 1940 Wayne Street WA. 0627 ' Compliments Hug B. Simmons Hardware 307 So. Detroit Avenue WA. 1801 Emch Pharmacy South and Spencer Libbey Students Like to Make Emch Pharmacy Their Drug Headquarters QUALITY MERCHANDISE LOWEST PRICES , K , LASSROOM DAYS will soon be just a mellow memory. Now for a new world to conquer-the business world. It's a wise graduate who seeks her future in telephone work. Here is a company with a deserved reputation for being "cz good place to work". . . offer- When you step from classroom to career, you'll find that telephone employment is CI step in the right direction . . .Apply at 121 Huron Street. THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY '14 good 77!4ce an Wow' ing a wide variety of desirable, interesting jobs . . . operating, stenographic, accounting and clerical . . . You work in a friendly atmosphere with girls your own age. You start at a good salary and your pay- check grows with regular scheduled increases! Q 9' + Q! FAGIILTY AIITUGRAPIIS SENIUR AIITUGRAPIIS UML. . X 'WW ,uf WM 4ff W Q55 ffwff SENIDR AUTDGRAPHS V, 9 I W 'x A ,Q 7 59 .lunlon Auroennfns AHLSMYGM Q WM 'fiffxifffi NW M M v f PM QW!! g-cqfajpz W . 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