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

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BOWSHER .'.:f ,, 3 W 1: ,, gsm Successfully regulating a school system as extensive as ours in Toledo requires a breadth ot vision and of experience. Many factors must be weighed in developing overall school policies. The wisdom ot Superintendent Bowsher's deci- sions is reflected in each school in D' e Toledo System. We ot the Senior Class of Libbey High School extend to him our thanks tor his outstand- ing leadership. MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION: Lett to right, seated, Mr. Thomas Bretherton, Edwin D. Dodd, president, Grant Murray, vice president. Standing, Mr. Wayne Shawoker and Raymond D. Baldwin. A PRINCIPAL LOY W. RUSIE The administrative demands up- on the principal ot a high school are exacting and various. In our four years at Libbey we have observed Mr. Rusie's judicious solv- ing ot school problems. We have found him to be our mentor and friend. For his wisdom in adminis- tration and his kindly guidance, we ot the Senior Class of Nineteen- Fitty-Four wish to express our ap- preciation and esteern. With the help of Mr Rusle Bob Marohn and Ed Mauntler plan a senior year packed with events that are sure to be stored forever in our book ot memories. 1.1 W T if 4 - y Q Alla-ff An integral part of Libbey was lost with the death of our beloved teacher, Ruth Anne Dusha. As faculty editor of the Eclelian, adviser since its inception of the Periclean Literary Society, co-adviser of the Future Teachers of America, and former Chairman of the English Department, she contributed to many facets of school life. The myriads of us whose lives she enriched will long remember her selflessness, her enthusiasm, and her insight into the human heart. The deep and invincible spirituality which was reflected in her won- drous power of expression will shine through life's dark days. Even while grieving, we will take heart in recalling the aura of ioyous faith which was with her always. ln reverent remembrance and heartfelt appreciation we dedicate to her this Edelian of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-Four. N MEMCRIAM I am a teacher. From the hallowed Teacher of mankind I have learned to pray. He has taught me that my wants are very simple: This day my daily bread. My fears indeed are few: Let me not be led into temptation. While striving to fulfill the tasks to which my talents have assigned me, in my long hours of discouragement. May I remember that surely never mine, but His, is all the kingdom. When I would wish that many men might honor me, May I then truly know that never mine, but His, is the great power. And in the day of my success when pride might come attempting to destroy my soul, With humble, contrite heart may I reioice that not within this world for me, Only for Him, will be the wondrous glory, forever and 'Forevermore Throughout eternity. fda. UMA DEDICATICN Q fzdfflfie WALTER B LYNN yy We W It is a great teacher whom students accord love and respect. Walter B. Lynn was such a teacher. He had an unusual under- standing of young minds and hearts. Seldom was his voice raised in anger or impatience: he taught us by being as he wished us to loe. All of us who knew him revered and loved him for the fineness of his example. The human wisdom he imparted has strengthened us for the decisions ahead. We do not say farewellp for he will be with us throughout our lives as we strive to follow in his path of integrity and high-mindedness. MEMCRIAM CHARLES R. MARTIN Director af Activities University of Toledo, B.S. DIRECTOR OF ACTIVITIES DEANS GERTRUDE KANNEY Dean of Girls University of Toledo, B.A. University of Michigan, M.A. JOHN OSGOOD Dean of Boys Ohio State University, B.S. University of Michigan, M.A. Ta ble of Contents Superintendent of Toledo Schools oooo S 4 Principal of Libbey High School 5 Dedication ooooooooooo,..,. oooooo S S S 6-7 Mr. Walter B. Lynn oooooo 8 Mr. Charles Martin 9 Deans Faculty Seniors 9 S T6 S 28 MISS RUTH DUSHA Director , N MRS. JANE ROBERTS MR. CHARLES R. MARTIN Business Director To Mrs. Roberts, the Edelian Class owes an inestimable debt. Her ability to advise and understand the work begun by the late adviser, Miss Dusha, is most commendable. Because of her untiring eFFort it is possible to present this- the 1954 Edelian. Table ot Contents ' 52 Juniors ,nnn, d,,., ,,....xn..nn,..., , Sophomores n..,nn. 58 Freshmen J 66 Clubs 7,,, J A 78 Athletics .eee -- 104 Ads SQ Snaps A,,,. J. T22 Autographs ,J so T50 RUBY BROWNING Circulation Manager j4,zf,f6l0vU, ALC MLM Jwiwmafljck lfnd, - Qhwggwiliw M755 DOLORES MARTIN I ' Advertising Manager t E JANET BECKER JANE FENNER Co-Editor-in-Chief Co-Editor-in-Chief 'll Poul odds color To The hcllf. Moss meetings help mcuke Friday The favorite day Morcio 8T Janet-pc:sT and present Queens. JUST one of The mony Tasks for Deede and her dad 13 gg ,MQ MNH' 3, "Springfield, here We come!" "Good luck, boys!" Libbey in community life. The Peries open The lost moss meeting of The yeor Another of Mr. Carr's talents. Our chief engineer, Mr. Kramer, in opera- tion! The makeup of a clown. Attendance is checked. Our indispensable oftice girls. The Student Council Otticers plan ahead. Miss Kanney assisted by Eileen v-Qi "Help support the yearbook." Our lunch from behind The scenes. Forum for Fenner "We'II do our best" gt? ROSCOE C. BAKER WILLIAM EVERHART History A English DEPARTMENT JOHN W. FAST MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ Industry Commercial Y HERMAN HARDING GRACE IRWIN wx Jmanfu. 6163763 I' vw-512 Mafhemotics 0 I CHAIRMEN SWK-M QZZQMMJQJQ YMWWMM' - ,Xl 0-cA.a,w.fC'ig gf Z . 1' L. 'J' 1 ex' 5 4 X ,1 .-x-- HELEN WYLIE MARY E. RUSSELL FREDERICK VOSSLER Home Economics Languages Science ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES RUTH ALLEN MRS. PAULINE BURTON RUTH A. DUSHA FLORENCE GERDES I8 , . k . MRS. PAULINE BLACK GRACE M. DeLISLE WILLIAM E. EVERHART JEAN GILBERT RUTH ALLEN: English, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A., Senior Y-Teens Adviser, Honorary Adviser of Phila- Ietheans. MRS. PAULINE BLACK: English and Orientation, Uni- versity of Toledo, B.A. MRS. PAULINE BURTON: Latin, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A., American Academy in Rome, Classical Honor Society Adviser, Junior Classical League Adviser, College Counselor. GRACE M. DeLISLE: English, University of Toledo, B.S., M.S., Zetalethean Adviser. RUTH A. DUSHA: English, Ohio State University, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., Periclean Adviser, Eclelian Adviser, Future Teachers of America Adviser. WILLIAM E. EVERHART: English, Chairman of Depart- ment, Speech, Michigan State Normal, B.S. FLORENCE GERDES: English, University of Michigan, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., Crystal Adviser. JEAN GILBERT: English, Ohio State University, B.S., Junior Class Adviser, National Honor Society Adviser. ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES GRACE IRWIN: English, Orientation, Chairman of Department, Ohio Wesleyan, A.B., United Nations Club Adviser. MARY E. KIRK: English, University of Toledo, A.B., M.A., University of Besancon, France, Philalethean Adviser. BERNICE KRUEGER: French and Orientation, University of Michigan, B.A., M.A., University of Paris. VIRGINIA MAY: English and Orientation, College of New Rochelle, A.B., Columbia University, M.A., Red Cross Adviser. MRS. HARRIETT PHEATT: English, University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed., Periclean Adviser, Junior Y-Teens Co- Adviser. MRS. JO ANN PIERCE: English and Orientation, Baylor University, B.A., University of Missouri, M.A., Junior Y-Teens Co-Adviser. MRS. JANE ROBERTS: English, University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed., RadcIiFfe College, M.A., Edelian Adviser. MARY E. RUSSELL: Spanish, Oberlin College, A.B., Universidad Nacional de Mexico, M.A., Chairman of Modern Language Department. ZOE S. SCOTT: English, Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. MRS. JANE ROBERTS GRACE IRWIN MARY E. KIRK BERNICE KRUEGER MRS. HARRIETT PHEATT MARY E. RUSSELL VIRGINIA MAY MRS. JO ANN PIERCE ZOE S. SCOTT 19 SOCIAL STUDIES R. C. BAKER ANGELA M. COSTIGAN AILEEN B. EBERTH GRACE L. HENDERSON FLORENCE LUTTON: Social Studies, University of Toledo, B.A., M.A. LOUISE MEFFLEY: Social Studies, University of Mich- igan, B.A., M.A. FLORENCE LUTTON LOUISE MEFFLEY 20 R. C. BAKER: Social Studies, Chairman of Department, Ohio Northern University, B.S., Wisconsin University, M.A., Debate Club Adviser, United Nations Club Associate Adviser. ANGELA M. COSTIGANI Social Studies and Speech, Ohio State University, B.S., M.A., Dramatic Club Adviser. AILEEN B. EBERTH: Social Studies, Columbia Univer- sity, B.S., M.A., Zetalethean Adviser. GRACE L. HENDERSON: Social Studies, Ohio State University, B.S., Senior Class Adviser, Student Council Adviser. LAWRENCE L. VANDER: Social Studies, University of Toledo, A.B., M.A. MARGARET WAITE: Social Studies and Orientation, University of Toledo, B.S., A.B. LAWRENCE L. VANDER MARGARET WAITE SCIENCE FRANCIS D. BOYLE LYDIA FIEDLER ff I . .1 1 r ' ' 1 DON HARRIS: Science and Driver Education, Bowling Green University, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Football Coach. DON HARRIS HENRY W. LINCKE CHARLES ROBINSON: Science, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., Football Line Coach. FREDERICK VOSSLER: Science, Chairman of Depart- ment, University of Rochester, B.S. f 4 - Y. .MJ A' . f- f ' f' J- xt .1 .v I Sf ,f A . ft . . ,.,.,. tiytr I S ':--- CHARLES ROBINSON FREDERICK VOSSLER FRANCIS D. BOYLE: Science, Marietta College, A.B. LYDIA FIEDLER: Science, Grinell College, B.S., Michigan University, M.S., Biology Club Adviser. HENRY W. LINCKE: Scienceigand Projection, University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A.'I LASETTA PICKARD: Science, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A., Biology Club Adviser. GEORGE MILEY: Science, University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed. LASETTA PICKARD GE MI Y CHARLES WEINSTOCK: Science, Marietta College, A.B., University of Michigan, M.A. in Ed. WILLIAM WIRICK: Bowling Green University, B.S. in Ed., Columbia University, M.A., Forum Adviser, Track Coach, Freshman Football Coach. CHARLES WEINSTOCK WILLIAM WIRI K -7,419 BUSINESS AND HOME ECONOMICS MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD SHIRLEY HANEY GEORGE L. KIEFER MRS. E. DZIALOK 22 Q , '. : A - I ... .:.:' :"i:5i :faEaea5::5.. :z MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ MRS. MARY O. HOUSER MRS. JULIA MOODY .,.. ' in M ' f .ig sg Q .I... -. :I'.?sEi'5ii 'i ' L ' V Q'1i.,5,.Q 4iu " ,f 71 I MRS. VIVIAN MILLER I MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD: Business, University of Toledo B.S. in Ed., Future Nurses of America Adviser, F.B.L.A. Club Adviser. MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ: Business, Chairman of Depart- ment, Ohio State University, A.B., B.S., M.A., F.B.L.A. Club Adviser. SHIRLEY HANEY: Business, University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., Future Business Leaders of America Adviser, Sophomore Y-Teens Adviser. MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Business, Hiram College, B.A., University of Cincinnati, M. of Ed., Gregg Col- lege, F.B.L.A. Club Adviser. GEORGE L. KIEFER: Business and Science, Illinois State Normal University, B.E., St. Louis University, A.M., Sophomore Hi-Y Adviser. MRS. JULIA MOODY: Business, University of Toledo, B.A., F.B.L.A. Club Adviser. JOHN NEEDLES: Business, Bowling Green University, B.S., Columbia University, M.A., Hi-Y Adviser, F.B.L.A. Adviser, Golf Coach. MRS. ,ELEANORE DZIALOK: Home Economics, Ohio State University, B.A., Columbia University, M.A., Zetalethean Adviser. MRS. VIVIAN MILLER: Home Economics, Michigan State College, B.S., Merrill- Palmer School, University of Toledo, M.A. in Ed. ISLA B. OWEN: Home Eco- nomics, Hillsdale College, A.B. HELEN E. WYLIE: Home Economics, Chairman of Department, Ohio State University, B.S. JOHN NEEDLES psi fQ:l525Eif:QE i I x as ,wg "i :'Ef"i' 7. fb-wiv'-1 sswxw is if X I Qi A 'R ft if Y . .Q gicssgls . .N ,. RX. . as ISLA B. OWEN HELEN E. WYLIE INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION LEO CAMPEY: Machine Shop and Mathematics, Bowl- ing Green University, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Basketball Coach. JOHN W. FAST: Wood Shop, Chairman of Department, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. LEO KUBACKI: Foundry. MELVIN MORTIMER: Electricity, University of Toledo, B.S. Engineering, B. of Ed. EDWARD E. PACKER: Architecture, University of Toledo, B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Architectural ' Club Adviser- Leo CAMPEY JOHN w. FAST CARL STERLING: Machine Drafting. C. T. ROSENBERG: Foundry. INot in illustrationl. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education, Ohio Wesleyan A.B. WILMA HISCHKA: Physical Education and English Wittenberg College, B.S. in Ed. ALBERT JEFFREY: Physical Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Football Coach, Varsity Basket ball Coach. LEO KUBACKI 721 IN MORTIMER KATHERINE MAHER: Physi- cal Education, Michigan State Normal College, B.S. JANE MYERS: Physical Education, University of Toledo, B. in Ed., Univer- sity of Michigan, M.A., Libbey Leaders Club Ad- viser. EDWARD E- PACKER CARL STERLING DONALD FISHER X I HISCHKA ALBERT JEFFREY KATHERINE MAHER JANE MYERS 23 MUSIC AND FINE ARTS HAROLD MCCLURE: Music, Indiana State Teachers' College, B.S. in Musical Education, M.S. in Ed., I.D.T.C. HAZEL E. BARTLEY: Fine Arts, Columbia University, B.S., Diploma in Art Super- HAROLD MCCLURE vision, University of Toledo, M.A., "Lib" Adviser. fNot in IIIustration.J M A T H E M AT I C S HENRY BRUNS: Mathematics, Defiance College, B.A., Bowling Green University, M.A. IRENE FOSTER: Mathematics, Ohio Wesleyan, B.A., Future Teachers of America Adviser, Testing Officer. HERMAN A. HARDING: Mathematics, Chairman of Department, Heidelberg University, B.S., University of Michigan, M.A., Varsity Football Coach. WALTER B. LYNN: Mathematics, Heidelberg Univer- sity, B.S. 1 CLINTON F. HOUSER: Mathematics, Heidelberg Uni- versity, B.S. HENRY BRUNS IRENE FOSTER HERMAN A. HARDING WALTER B. LYNN CLINTON F. HOUSER k MARY KELSO: Home Nursing, Wilmington College, A.B., Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., University of Future Nurses of America HEALTH DEPARTMENT Cincinnati, R.N.g Vassar Training Camp for Nurses. Adviser. MARY KELSO LIBRARY MRS. DORCAS KRUSE MAY ROADWILER: Book Clerk. RUTH ROADWILER: Senior Clerk MAY ROADWILER MRS. DORCAS KRUSE: Librarian, University of Mich l igan, A.B., M.A. LOIS BLACK LOIS BLACK: Library Clerk. , -'Q' N Q A '- -.fy SN if-Q F FLQE 'bf U A b YJ' W-if-iT"Ht.AURA'MENTZER: Attendance Clerk. .K 4 Treasurer CAROL HEPNER School Secretary RUTH ROADWILER LAURA MENTZER CAROL HEPNER 25 "Wonderful" describes the Cowboy Roundup. They guided the senior class through a successful year I'll get it for you, Jeff. They chose the beautiful junior rings. The senior play reaches its climax. The leading lady speaks her mind. 26 6 i Let freedom reign. It takes o stecady hand Smiling foces adorn the F.B.L.A. Teo. Cookies galore! A corsoge for mother. A touch of spring. GRACE AKERS: To be a housewife is her goal, but first she'll play the business role. RHEA ALTENBAUGH: Rhea's a girl with winning ways, her friendly smile deserves our praise. Phils 2, Jr. Censor 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Edelian Club Ed. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Testing Office 2, National Honor 4. NORMA ARCHER: To be a nurse is Norma's aim, in serving she will gain her fame. G.A.A. 2, 3. JEWEL ARMOUR: Our Jewel desires to teach others to cook, she may even write a recipe book. ODELL ARNOLD: Knowing him has been a pleasure that our hearts will ever treasure. Anna High School, Anna, Illinois T, 2, Basketball 3, Varsity 4, Track 3, 4, Q.D.'s 4. DAVID AUSTIN: He will ioin the Marines and photograph the wide world's scenes. Lincoln High, Paducah, Kentucky. MAYNARD BABCOCK: Maynard's a guy that everyone likes, we're confident he will always bowl strikes. ROBERT BACCUS: Bob never misses a chance for fun, he always is iolly with everyone. Track 2, 3. RICHARD BAILEY: He has the courage and iron nerve to pursue a career in the Naval Reserve. Proiection I, 2. ARLENE BAIRD: Someday in the future lovely model Arlene may be on the cover of a top magazine. Phils 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, Sgt.-at- Arms 3, 4, Biology 2, U.N. Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, G.A.A. 3. GRACE AKERS NORMA ARCHER ODELL ARNOLD MAYNARD BABCOCK RICHARD BAILEY 28 iii RHEA ALTENBAUGH JEWEL ARMOUR DAVID AUSTIN ROBERT BACCUS ARLENE BAIRD RICHARD BALK: A quiet modest fellow is he, he'lI make his career in forestry. Jr. Classical League 2, Chess Club 2, 3. BARBARA BATTIG: Her lovely smile and eyes of blue are bound to make her dreams come true. Main Office 2, 3, 4. KENNETH BATTIG: Soon he will sail on a Navy ship, keeping our land from the enemy's grip. SHEILA BAUBLITZ: She collects shakers for pepper and salt, to tell you the truth she hasn't a fault. F.B.L.A. 3, 4. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 RICHARD BALK BARBARA BATTIG SHEILA BAUBLITZ KENNETH BATTIG RICHARD BEACH: Whatever Fate's plan, he'll play the man. Football I, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Basketball I,2. CLARA BEAUCH: A happy girl with a friendly smile, who'II marry after she's worked awhile. Y-Teens I, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4. DOLORES BECKER: AII her resources she will pool so she may teach in sewing school. Chorus I, Choir 2, 3. JANET BECKER: Sparkling with spirit, light and gay, a friend to all who pass her way. Dean's Aid 4, Zets I, 2, Censor 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. Reporter 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Edelian Co-Editor- in-Chief 4, Sr. Class Secy.-Treas., National Honor 4. RALPH BEHRENS: Guys like Ralph are very few, happy-go-lucky and friendly, too. Forum 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Biology 2, Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Sr. Play Com. 4, National Honor 4. KENNETH BELOW: With his never failing wit, Ken has really made a hit. Hi-Y I, Secy. 2, 3. JANICE BILOW: Smiling, gay, and full of fun, many a friend has Janice won. Y-Teens 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. JUNE BLATTNER To be a stenographer's her desire, she seems to have all that the iob will require. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. DONALD BOGGS: Happy and aFfable is this lad, when you are near him you can't be sad. Football I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4. DONALD BOLLENBACHER: In choir Don has proved that he knows how to sing, to him only good things the future should bring. Hi-Y I, 4, U.N. Club 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Jr. Play Com., Jr. Classical League 2. ROBERTA ANN BOYD: Roberta is everyone's friend, a helping hand she'll always extend. Y-Teens I, 2, 3. WILLIE BOYD: At making touchdowns Willie's an ace, we all agree he'll be hard to replace. Football I, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Basketball I. DELORES BRONSON: Not too bold, not too staid, a likeable, well- adjusted maid. Perrysburg I, 2. PEGGY BROWN: A high-stepping maiorette with vim and vigor we won't forget. Maiorette I, 2, 3, Captain 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, F.T.A., 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 'I, Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup 3. LIBBEY SENIORS I954 RICHARD BEACH CLARA BEAUCH ROBERTA ANN BOYD WILLIE BOYD PEGGY BROWN DOLORES BECKER JANET BECKER DELORES BRONSON RALPH BEHRENS KENNETH BELOW JANICE BILOW JUNE BLATTNER DONALD BOGGS DONALD BOLLENBACHER 29 CLIFTON BROWNING: A finer guy than this athlete we know we'll never ever meet. Q.D.'s 2, 3, Pres. 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Ring Com., Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms. RUBY BROWNING: She always greets you with a smile, Ruby has both charm and style. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Rhythm Round- up 2, 3, 4, Athletic Olfice 2, 3, 4, Edelian 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com., F.T.A. 3, Pres. 4. FRED BRYAN: If Fred had his wish, he'd hunt and he'd fish. BEVERLY BUCKINGHAM: Lovely to look at, delightful to know, Bev's sure to get where she wants to go. Phils I, 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Jr. Classical League I, 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. EDWIN BYRNE: To be a pianist is his desire, of hearing him play we'll never tire. National Honor 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3. DONNA CALLAGHAN: She's tiny and vivacious, lighthearted and gra- cious. Peries 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4, Y-Teens I, Rec. Secy. 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 3, 4, Jr. Play, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Edelian Club Ed. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Announcement Com., National Honor 4. RICHARD CAMP, In life as on the football field, he'II seek success and never yield. Forum 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, Basketball 3, 4, Crystal 3, Edelian I, 2, Jr. Class Secy.-Treas., Rhythm Roundup I, 2, 3, 4, Activities Office I, 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4. RUSSELL CARMONY: Russ, with his eyes of grey, in our books is okay. HELEN CASE: Her livelihood to earn, stenography she'II learn. Rhythm Roundup 3. SHIRLEY CHALET: A business girl she wants to be, and she'lI succeed just wait and see. F.B.L.A. 2, 3. SHIRLEY CHAMBERLAIN: In an accountant's position, she will win recognition. Swanton I, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. ROBERT CHARLES: Never a dull moment when Bob's around, a more regular guy iust couldn't be found. Q.D.'s 3, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr.- Sr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Announcement Com., National Honor 4. NANCY CLARK: Quiet and demure, Nan has real allure. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com., Lib 4, U.N. Club 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH CLIFTON: In whatever she does you can count on Gerry, for you can bet sh-e'II never tarry. Central High, Columbia, Tennessee I. LIBBEY SENIOR 12.5 CLIFTON BROWNING RUBY BROWNING SHIRLEY CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT CHARLES ELIZABETH CLIFTON FRED BRYAN BEVERLY BUCKINGHAM NANCY CLARK EDWIN BYRNE DONNA CALLAGHAN RICHARD CAMP RUSSELL CARMONY HELEN CASE SHIRLEY CHALET 30 JAMES COCHRAN: Jim's knack for playing chess should help him gain success. Central I, Chess Club 3, Pres. 4. JOYCE COGER: Perhaps a bride next fall she'll be, we'll iust have to wait and see. DONNA COLEMAN: Her dark brown hair and mischievous eyes ac- count for her charming all the guys. Main Office 'I, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3. PRISCILLA COLEMAN: Priscilla with her friendly way will be a good teacher someday. Anthony Wayne High, Whitehouse, O., I, 2, Choir 4. CAROLYN COLLINS: Uncommon sense combined with diligence. Zets I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, National Honor 4. CAROLE COULSON: Hardworking, sincere, and intelligent, that she will succeed is evident. National Honor 3, 4, Zets 2, 3, Cor. Secy. 4, Dean's Aid I, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN COULTER: Whatever's to be done, Susie makes it fun. Phils 3, 4, Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Biology Club 3, Edelian Snapshot Ed. 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play Com., Debate Club 2, U.N. Club 3, Treas. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, G.A.A. I,2. ANNE CRAIG: Personality coupled with energy will bring her success of high degree. Y-Teens 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Cafeteria I, 2. GERALD CRAIG: He can portray delight or rage, soon all the world will be his stage. Biology Club 2, Proiection 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. SYDNEY ETTA CRAIG: Florence Nightingale is her ideal, in the light of the lamp she'll work to heal. F.N.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. SHARON CUPP: In college Sharon will click, then teach arithmetic. Peries 3, Censor 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Chaplain 4, U.N. Club 2, Biology Club 2, Sr. Play Com., Library 2, Gym Office 2, 3, G.A.A. 'l. CAROL DAMSCHRODER: Carol, with initiative galore, has a bright future in store. Y-Teens 'I,2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2,3,4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. LEROY DANCER: Our Leroy is quite a boy. JOYCE DANIELS! Her generation's Madame Curie is what our Jody would like to be. Jr. Classical League 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Biology Club 2, Choir 'I. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 JAMES COCHRAN JOYCE COGER SHARON CUPP CAROL DAMSCHRODER JOYCE DANIELS DONNA COLEMAN PRISCILLA COLEMAN LEROY DANCER CAROLYN COLLINS CAROLE COULSON SUSAN COULTER ANNE CRAIG GERALD CRAIG SYDNEY ETTA CRAIG 3'I ROBERT DAVIS JUDITH DENZIG MARILYN DODGE DELBERT DUCKINS NORMA JEAN DUFFECK A32 TERRY DAY JOAN DIAMOND JEANNE DRESCH GLORIA DUENAS DAWN DUFFEY ROBERT DAVIS: Intelligent and snappy, Bob's always happy. Scott I, 2. TERRY DAY: May college life for Terry be both worthwhile and merry. JUDITH DENZIG: In the field of music she does excel with poise and brains as well. National Honor 3, Social Chairman 4, Peries I, 2, 3, Treas. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, U. N. Club 4, Choir I, 2, Rhythm Roundup 3, Edelian Faculty Ed. 4, Sr. Banquet Com. JOAN DIAMOND: Though Joan is quiet and shy, she's a girl on whom to rely. Crystal 4, National Honor 4. MARILYN DODGE: She'll never stop till she's reached the top. Y-Teens 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. JEANNE DRESCH: Jeanne's big brown eyes are always gay, we'II never forget her smiling way. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. DELBERT DUCKINS: Ask "Del" if you want to know the why of a radio. Macedonia High, Texarkana, Texas I. GLORIA DUENAS: She's natural and sweet, a pleasure to meet. NORMA JEAN DUFFECK: In her sparkling eyes of green, laughter and mischief can always be seen. Peries 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Y Rep. 4, Bi- ology Club 2, Dramatics Club 4, Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play, Library 4, National Honor 4, Sr. Memorial Com. DAWN DUFFEY: First, she'II be a secretary, then one day she plans to marry. Y-Teens 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. JAMES EATON: Pep, good humor, and vim characterize our Jim. Foot- ball I, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. SHIRLEY EISENMANN: To be an accountant Shirley will strive, her spirit and verve will help her arrive. Zets 2, 3, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Testing Aid 2, Sr. Banquet Com. DRUSILLA EMCH: In New York City she plans to live and seek the best the world can give. MARILYN EMCH: Marilyn will never shirk any of her office work. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. LIBBEY SENIORS I954 JAMES EATON SHIRLEY EISENMANN MARILYN EMCH DRUSILLA EMCH LA VERNE EMERY: For faraway places she has a yen, she'II see the world once, then see it again. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY EMERY: She'll go through life with a song in her heart, always doing more than her part. Choir 2, 3, 4, Nurse's Aid 4, Y-Teens 4. MARGARET EPPARD: Friendly and quiet, with a likable way, "Mar- garet's tops," you hear everyone say. National Honor 3, 4, Zets 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classical League 1, 2, Classical Honor 1, 2, Crystal 3, Editorial Ed. 4, Jr. Ring Com., Sr. Play Com. DALE ERRINGTON: Auto mechanics will be his trade, Dale has the know-how to make the grade. JOSEPHINE ESTRIDGE: She'll be a cosmetologist, creating beauty we can't resist. Y-Teens 3, G.A.A. 1. ANNE FANAFF: Anne's a girl who's always smiling, her future lies in typing and filing. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Gym Office 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Leaders Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, Edelian Snap Shot Ed. 4, Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. PATRICIA FEARNSIDE: Pat's ever present smile insures a life worth- while. National Honor 3, 4, Zets 1, 2, Historian 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Announcement Com., Testing Aid 2, Jr. Classical League 2, 3, Edelian Faculty Ed. 4. GORDON FELGNER: Co-Captain of our football team, Gordie really is a dream. Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co- Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, Student Council 1, Jr. Class V. Pres., Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4. JANE FENNER: Jane's gracious personality will bring her dreams to bright reality. Peries 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, Y- Teens 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Biology Club 2, Sr. Class V. Pres., Bookroom 1, 2, 3, 4, Eclelian Co-Editor-in-Chief 4, National Honor 4. LA VERNE EMERY MARGARET EPPARD JOSEPHINE ESTRIDGE PATRICIA FEARNSIDE JANE FENNER DONNA FIFER: One and all are very fond of this charming, blue-eyed blond. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. LEONARD FIKES, For his manner sincere and reserved, high praise from us all he's deserved. Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4, National Honor 4. KARL FINK: Our country he'll serve with valor and verve. PHILLIP FISHER: Phil can really fix a car, we predict he'II travel far. Hi-Y 3, Biology Club 2, Cross Country 3. FRED FLACK: A thoroughly likeable fellow like Fred should have no trouble in forging ahead. Hi-Y 2, Biology Club 2. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 SHIRLEY EMERY LEONARD FIKES KARL FINK FRED FLACK DALE ERRINGTON ANNE FANAFF GORDON FELGNER DONNA FIFER PHILLIP FISHER 33 3 JOYCE FRANK: Rarely we find such a brilliant mind. National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens i, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Jr. Rep. 3, Dean's OFfice 'I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Banquet Com., Valedictorian. NANCY FRITCH: A taste of life in every phase is what Nan wants in future days. PATTY FRYBARGER: To Pat, who assumed the role of wife, the best of luck in married life! RITA FULLER: The memory of Rita without a care, we seniors forever will share. KENNETH GALLOCK: Likes a party, likes a laugh, he'll be somebody's "better haIf." Hi-Y 4, Q.D.'s 4, Football I, Football Manager 4. RICHARD GARDNER: If Dick's future could be foretold, we would find his accomplishments manifold. National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, U.N. Club 2, Treas. 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Debate Club 2, Crystal Photo Ed. 3, Co-Editor 4, Student Council 2, 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Bowling 2, 3, 4. MARCIA GARNER: Whenever we really need a friend, Marcia has kindliness to lend. PATRICIA GASCON: To join the Waves is Pat's ambition, she'll help uphold the Navy tradition. Scott High School 'I. SHIRLEY GERSCHULTZ: She'lI be secretary to a V.I.P., for she works with diligence and integrity. Sr. Banquet Com. JANICE GIBSON: There's a diamond on her hand, soon there'Il be a wedding band. Y-Teens 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Nurse's Aid 2, 3, 4. HESTER GOODLOE: To own a sewing center's her ambition, and we agree she's made a wise decision. CAROLYN GORDON: Virtuoso not by name, but she will reach a great- er fame! Band I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. KENT GRAVES: Through thick and thin we'II stick by him. Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. YVONNE GRIFFITH: Rings on her fingers, bells on her toes, Ronnie's bright future everyone knows. Y-Teens 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Secy. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 3. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 JOYCE FRANK NANCY FRITCH HESTER GOODLOE CAROLYN GORDON YVONNE GRIFFITH PATTY FRYBARGER RITA FULLER KENT GRAVES KENNETH GALLOCK RICHARD GARDNER MARCIA GARNER PATRICIA GASCON SHIRLEY GERSCHULTZ JANICE GIBSON NANCY HAGEDON: There's no doubt about it-she's really a queen. After you've seen her, you'll know what we mean. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3, 4, Library 3. GERALD HARLEY: Jerry's full of pep and vim, racing boats rates high with him. Football 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. NANCY HARLEY: Nancy's sophisticated style is enlivened by her smile. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Lib 1, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. RICHARD HARTSFELD: His feats as an engineer we'll proudly hear. MARILYN HARTZELL: She'll take her merriment to T. U. with secretarial work in view. Y-Teens 1, Athletic Ottice 2, 3, Edelian 2, 3. PATRICIA HATFIELD: Quick to smile, happy to please, Pat will go far with traits like these. Woodward 1, 2, Y-Teens 4, Dramatics Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3. JON HAVERMAN: With red hair and animation to match, Jon's full of fun and would be a good catch. Forum 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Jr.- Sr. Prom Com. 3. MARY LOUISE HAWKINS: A sweet little gal, a loyal Libbey pal. DARRYL HAWN: His singing reflects his happy heart, the future will hold success from the start. National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Jr. Classical League 2, Pres. 3, 4, Classical Honor 2, 3, Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 4, U.N. Club 4, Cowboy Roundup Com. 4. NELL HEARD: She'll bring others cheer with her nursing career. Biology Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Leaders Club 4, Sr. Announcement Com. ARLENE HEFT: Arlene's efficiency will take her far, her work will al- ways be up to par. Anthony Wayne 1, 2. JOAN HEIDEN: A gain for Joan's boss is Libbey's loss. Y-Teens 2, 4. DAVID HEINS: Though we've known Dave only one year, he's become very popular here. Wayne High, Wayne, Mich. 1, 2, 3, Band 4. DONALD HEINZ: Don's wit and smile disarming make him a guy who's charming. Forum 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 3, 4, Crystal 3, Sports Editor 4, Jr. Ring Com., Rhythm Roundup 1, Band 1, Hi-Y 4, Sr. Memorial Com., National Honor 4. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 NANCY HAGEDON GERALD HARLEY ARLENE HEFT JOAN HEIDEN DONALD HEINZ NANCY HARLEY RICHARD HARTSFELD DAVID HEINS MARILYN HARTZELL PATRICIA HATFIELD JON HAVERMAN MARY LOUISE HAWKINS DARRYL HAWN NELL HEARD 35 GARY HENRICKS CATHERINE HERNANDEZ JO ANNE HIATT MARY ANN HILL CAROLYN HOCHSTETTLER 36 BERYL HENRY ANN HESLET DEBORAH HILL BETTY JANE HOAG ROSE HOHENSTEIN GARY HENRICKS: Before he's tinished, wait and see, atop the ladder of life he'II be. Hi-Y I, 2, 4, Band 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. BERYL HENRY: In football he has proved he's good. The Navy will be his livelihood. Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Projection Club I. CATHERINE HERNANDEZ1 Her magnetism lies in her dark, expressive eyes. Y-Teens I. ANN HESLET: With gentle, yet prevailing force, she'II complete her destined course. Y-Teens 4, F.B.L.A. 3. JO ANNE HIATT: Jo will work at the phone company for awhile and be the voice with a smile. DEBORAH HILL: Deb's talented and versatile, warmhearted and capa- ble. Phils I, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Y-Teens I, Treas. 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Biology Club 3, G.A.A. I, Crystal 3, Feature Ed. 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Trip Com., Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, Pres. 4, National Honor 4. MARY ANN HILL: A coming marriage we hope to see. Happy with Pat, we know she'II be. Y-Teens 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. BETTY JANE HOAG: Time will not her ambition repress, from her shop you will buy an exclusive dress. F.N.A. I, Jr. Classical League 2, 3. CAROLYN HOCHSTETTLER: Swimming's the sport that she enjoys, in which she shows both grace and poise. Whitney 2, Peries 4, Y-Teens I, 3, U.N. Club 3, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, National Honor 4. ROSE HOHENSTEIN: Rose has qualities that count, the ladder of suc- cess she'II mount. F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. MARILYN HOLTFRETER: Her future's undecided it's true, she's looking for something completely new. ROBERT HOSKING: Though Bob is a quiet guy, happiness won't pass him by. RICHARD HOWLAND: Loads of fun, big and hearty, Dick is known as "the life of the party." Student Council 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Forum 2, 3, Treas. 4, Hi-Y Treas. I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, Track I, 2, 3, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4, Eclelian Athletic and Layout Ed. 4, Jr. Ring Com., National Honor 4. RAYMOND HUBER: Hunting is what Ray enioys, in season, he likes to use decoys. Cross Country 3, Biology Club 2, Sr. Memorial Com. LIBBEY SENIORS fi I MARILYN HOLTFRETER ROBERT HOSKING RAYMOND HUBER RICHARD HOWLAND WILLIAM HUEPENBECKER GERALDINE HYTTENHOVE BARBARA JACKSON FRANKLYN JACKSON LAWRENCE JOHNSON ROBERT HULSE WILLIAM HUEPENBECKER: Three cheers for Bill who did the best of all who took the Senior Test. Crystal Advertising Ed. 4, National Honor 3, Treas. 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4. ROBERT HULSE: Bob has a sense of humor, but yet he is sincere, he'll study hard in college to be an engineer. Hi-Y 'I, Proiection Club I, 2, Sr. Play Com. GERALDINE HYTTENHOVE: After graduation Gerry plans to marry. EDWARD ISAACSON: Ed's future we don't need to ponder, we know it's the wide blue yonder. Proiection Club I, 2, Football I. BARBARA JACKSON: Her winning way is sweet and gay. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Jr. Ring Com., Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. DONALD JACKSON: A summer vacation, then more education. Senior High, Grand Island, Nebraska I, 2. FRANKLYN JACKSON: Flyer's aim is to enter T.U. We all say, "Best of luck to you!" Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball I. DONALD JAHNS: Don would rather work than play, at least, that's what we've heard him say. Activities Office 4. LAWRENCE JOHNSON: We have a lasting friend in Larry. He's helped to make our four years merry. Track I, 2, Football 'l, 2. PEARL JOHNSON: Pearl we'll remember for many a year for her smiles and her friendly words of good cheer. RUBY JOHNSON: In college she'll be needing her enjoyment of reading. ARTHUR JUST: America's life will be gracious and fine because of the homes that Art will design. Hi-Y 4, Architects Club I, Treas. 2, Base- ball 4. CAROL KAHN: First she wants a nursing career, then she'll marry and a family rear. Jr. Classical League 3, Classical Honor 3, Dean's Aid 2, 3, 4. STANLEY KANAROWSKI: We know in the future that he will excel, whatever the task, he'll always do well. St. Joseph, Fremont, Ohio 'I, 2, Chess Club 2, V. Pres. 3, Golf 3, Jr. Ring Com. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 RUBY JOHNSON ARTHUR JUST STANLEY KANAROWSKI EDWARD ISAACSON CAROL KAHN DONALD JACKSON DONALD JAHNS PEARL JOHNSON 37 'QE' H JANET KAYSER: If everything goes according to plan, a happy bride will be our Jan. WILLIAM KEIM: He isn't sure what the future may hold, he's waiting to see what the years will unfold. Football I, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Projection Club I, 2. BARBARA KELLAR: A friend like Barb is always rare, we won't find her equal anywhere. Y-Teens 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. ROY KELLY: Roy's future with the railroad will be as bright as the coin collection that's his delight. SUSAN KEY: Suzie's life will be carefree, to happiness she has the key. DeVilbiss I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Jr. Play, Rhythm Round- up Com. 3. DONALD KIERSTEAD: Off to college he will go, there he'll make a successful show. JAMES KISTNER: His job and his hobby is working with trees. We wish him success in the merging of these. Q.D.'s 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, Hi-Y 4. GARRY KNOPF: Montana bound as a forest ranger, in store for him are thrills and danger. Cawher High, Cawher City, Kansas I. PATRICIA KOEPKE: As a competent secretary she'll qualify, on Pat's abilities her boss will rely. CAROLE KORDELL: After her diploma's won, she'll bask in the Cal- ifornia sun. KAY KRAMP: He'll learn about machines, then ioin the Marines. DARLA KREPS: Darla sings as sweetly as the nightingale, with a tal- ent like this, over all she'll prevail. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Reporter 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Gym Office 4, National Honor 4. RONALD KROSS! Give Ron a pole or gun for leisure-time fun. Hi-Y 4, Lib 4, Track I, 2, 4, Cross Country 2. JOSEPHINE KRUEGER: Teaching lessons to girls and boys will be among Jo's future joys. Zets 2, 3, Chaplain 4, National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, 4, Dean's Office I, 2, Nurse's Office 4. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 JANET KAYSER BARBARA KELLAR SUSAN KEY JAMES KISTNER PATRICIA KOEPKE 38 WILLIAM KEIM ROY KELLY DONALD KIERSTEAD GARRY KNOPF CAROLE KORDELL KAY KRAMP DARLA KREPS JOSEPHINE KRUEGER RONALD KROSS WENDY KUEBLER: Loads of fun with personality plus, Wendy's well- liked by all of us. National Honor 3, 4, Dean's Aid I, 2, 4, Y-Teens Pres. I, 2, 3, 4, Dramaitcs Club 2, 3, Treas. 4, U.N. Club Pres. 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Biology Club 2, Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, Rhythm Round- up 3, 4, G.A.A. I, Jr. Play Com., Crystal Club Ed. 2, Co-Editor 4, Phils I, 2, 3, Treas. 4. VIRGINIA LADD: Thoughts of Ginny so gentle and kind cheer us when- ever they come to mind. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. I, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY LA LONDE: Long after she has proved her office skill, our memories of her will linger still. DeVilbiss I, Y-Teens 4. ERNIE LANGE: In his carefree, happy way, he adds good cheer to every day. , EDWARD LANGENDORFER: Whether it's golf or life's game that Ed plays, talent for scoring he always displays. Bowling 2. WILLIAM LA POUNTNEY: As a Marine who follows through, Bill will safeguard the red, white, and blue. Macomber I, 2. JOAN LAYNE: Friends' hardships and cares, Joan willingly shares. Lib. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classical League 2. PATRICIA LAUER: When Pat's around, there's sure to be a good time had by you and me. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2, Rhythm Roundup I, 2, 3, 4. BERNA RAE LEAF: Her worthy goal we much admire: to be a nurse is her desire. West High, Cleveland, Ohio I, F.N.A. 3, V. Pres. 4. JAMES LEARY: Never a dull moment in this boy's life, never a worry, care, or strife. NANCY LEE: Nan added a lot to Libbey's choir, we hope she'll find her heart's desire. G.A.A. I, 2, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. SHARON LE GRON: Music and nursing by Sherry combined, heal the body and soothe the mind. Y-Teens 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classi- cal League 3, F.N.A. I, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Secy. 4, Rhythm Roundup I, 2, Band 3, 4, Nurse's Aid I, 2, 4, National Honor 4. JAMES LEONARD: Happy and smiling will be our Jim, whatever the years may hold for him. Macomber I. DONALD LIEBHERR: Quiet, dependable, likeable Don, much will achieve as time goes on. LIBBEY SENICRS I954 WENDY KUEBLER VIRGINIA LADD NANCY LEE SHARON LE GRON DONALD LIEBHERR BEVERLY LA LONDE ERNIE LANGE JAMES LEONARD EDWARD LANGENDORFER WILLIAM LA POUNTNEY JOAN LAYNE PATRICIA LAUER BERNA RAE LEAF JAMES LEARY 39 GARY LIEBNAU: Hardworking, friendly, efficient Gary graduated in January. VERDELL LINDSAY: Verdell will work for a year or two, then try her luck at something new. LAWRENCE LINEBERGER: He will learn to fly through the wide blue sky. West Middlesex, Pennsylvania 'I, 2. DONALD LUKERT: If into Don's future we could peer, singing we'd find to be his career. Hi-Y T, Band T, 3, Choir 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. SAMUEL LYONS: Full of fun and friendly, too. Fall will find him at T.U. Attucks High, Indianapolis, Indiana 'I, 2. KATHLEEN McCARTHY: Bubbling with happiness, full of fun, she'll take the lead when life's race is run. Phils 2, 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, Secy. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, U.N. Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Red Cross 2, G.A.A. 2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, National Honor 4. SHIRLEY McCLAIN: Until wedding bells resound, in an office she'll be found. Y-Teens I, 3. CAROL MCCONOUGHEY: In nursing or business she would be keen, her definite future remains to be seen. Biology Club 2, 3, F.N.A. 2. MARCIA McELDERRY: Marcia wants to make lots of money, let's hope her path will be bright and sunny. Marion Harding T, Lima Central 2, Peries 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4. ARLEY McFADDEN: Witty and clever in every endeavor. National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens Chaplain 'l, 2, 3, 4, Zets 3, 4, Jr. Classical League 2, 3, Classical Honor 2, 3, F.N.A. 4, U.N. Club 2, 3, 4, Crystal Editorial Ed. 3, Edelian Club Ed. 4, Jr. Ring Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Student Council I, Dean's Aid I, 2. MARY JANE McGRAW: Liveliness and grace are expressed in her smiling face. Y-Teens T, 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MCILVAIN: Bob's witty and sagacious, and his smile is most contagious. National Honor 3, 4, Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Trip Com. DONALD McLEAN: Don is an expert with brushes and paints, content with this hobby, he has few complaints. Red Cross T, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. BARBARA MCNAMEE: As a hobby she likes to dance, Barb deserves her every chance. Zets 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 'CJ' GARY LIEBNAU LAWRENCE LINEBERGER DONALD LUKERT KATHLEEN MCCARTHY CAROL MCCONOUGHEY SAMUEL LYONS SHIRLEY McCLAlN MARCIA McELDERRY ARLEY McFADDEN I 40 VERDELL LINDSAY MARY JANE McGRAW ROBERT McILVAIN BARBARA MCNAMEE DONALD McLEAN MARTHA McNEAL: Many hobbies bring Martha delight, she likes to sew and read and write. Lincoln High 1. HERBERT MACKLIN: In basketball many a record has Herb broken, to all, words of friendship he's spoken. Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com. DENNIS MAHONEY: Riding caboose or working the line, with the rail- road, he's sure to do fine. Band 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, 3, Secy. 4. BRUCE MALLORY: Bruce deserves our cheers for graduating in three years. Biology Club 2, Football 1, 2. SHARON MANN: Sharon's future plans are clear, she'll enjoy a bright career. Y-Teens 1, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, V. Pres. 4, G.A.A. 1. MONA MANTZ: Her graduation in January proved that Mona will never tarry. Peries 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens 3, Biology Club 2, Jr. Classical League 3, Classical Honor 3. PEGGY MARKS: Many a leisure hour she spends, pleasurably bowling with her friends. Y-Teens 3, 4, Gym Office 3, 4. ROBERT MAROHN: Football, brains, and ability, too, Bob's a guy who will always come through. Q.D.'s 2, 3, Secy. 4, Hi-Y 3, Secy. 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Student Council Pres. 4, Architects Club 1, National Honor 4. DOLORES MARTIN: To be a cheer leader takes lots of pep, here's a gal who's really hep. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Athletic Office 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Edelian 3, Ad. Manager 4, F.T.A. 4, National Honor 4. ROSEMARIE MARTIN: She'II do her gold mining in fashion designing. Y-Teens 4, Choir 3, 4. EDWARD MAUNTLER: In friendliness none will ever surpass the presi- dent of our senior class. Forum 2, 3, Secy. 4, Hi-Y 1, Pres. 2, V. Pres. 3, 4, Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Class Pres., Stationer's Desk 3, 4, National Honor 4. CARMA MAY: Happy and gay is Carma May. SHARON MEIER: She'lI combine marriage and work, excel as a house- wife and clerk. F.B.L.A. 2. HELEN MILLER: This little redhead is full of pep, she'll advance with every step. Phils 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 MARTHA McNEAL HERBERT MACKLIN EDWARD MAUNTLER CARMA MAY HELEN MILLER DENNIS MAHONEY BRUCE MALLORY SHARON MEIER 41 JEANNE MILLER: Leaving behind familiar faces, she's heading for wide open spaces. Central I, Y-Teens 3, Lib Secy. 4. PHILLIP MILLER: Phil will expend his time and energy on electricity and husbandry. DARLIN MINICH: We'lI soon be heading for Darlin's wedding. Y-Teens I. LEROY MITCHELL: He's happy-go-lucky, a regular guy. There's not a dull moment when Leroy's near by. GEORGE MOORE: We hope good luck's in store for friendly "Corky" Moore. KENNETH MOORE: Of friendly, industrious, likeable Ken, we'Il be proud to say "we knew him when . . ." Q.D.'s 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4, Sr. Banquet Com. PATRICIA MOORE: To be as active and charming as Pat would be a feather in anyone's hat. Zets 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Edelian Club Ed. 4, Sr. Play Com., U.N. Club 2, Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, Classical Honor 2, 3, 4, Main Office 2, Sr. Memorial Com. NANCY MORELAND2 A career on the stage is Nancy's choice, for she has a charming and promising voice. Y-Teens l, 3, G.A.A. 'I, 2, 3. MARY MORGAN: When W.A.F. Mary Morgan flies, may there be only cloudless skies. G.A.A. l, 2, 3. JACK MORIARTY: The smile he wears through every day will bring success along life's way. Central 'I, 2, Jr. Play Com. NED NEAL: Intelligence and sincerity account for Ned's popularity. National Honor 3, 4, Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Chaplain 'I, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 'I, 2, Architects Club I, 2, Chess Club I, 2, 3, Varsity Football Manager 3, 4, Edelian Athletic and Layout Ed. 4, Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Jr. Class Pres. JOYCE NIEFT: Her ability at the keyboard will bring Joyce reward. Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, National Honor 4. ERNIE NIETZKE: A lively guy who's friendly to all. His future lies in "pro" baseball. Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, Football I, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. JOHN NOFZIGER: Down the field marched John, a whiz with his baton. Forum 4, Band 'I, Student Director 2, Pres. 3, 4, Basketball 'I, Rhythm Roundup I, 3, 4, Drum Major 2, 3, 4. LIBBEY SENIOR 1954 JEANNE MILLER PHILLIP MILLER NED NEAL JOYCE NIEFT JOHN NOFZIGER DARLIN MINICH LEROY MITCHELL ERNIE NIETZKE GENEVA NORWOOD: When you're ill, she'II be at your side, the hospital halls she'II walk with pride. GEORGE NORWOOD: While at T.U. he won't neglect the many trophies he likes to collect. Basketball I, 2. JANET NOSS: This tiny miss, whose wit's so keen, charmed us all as football queen. Phils 2, 3, Cor. Secy. 4, Y-Teens Chaplain 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Dramatics Club I, Rec. Secy. 2, V. Pres. 3, Cor. Secy. 4- G.A.A. I, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play, National Honor 4. BRIAN NYQUIST: At college he'II be a B.M.O.C. National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Crystal Service Ed. 3, News Ed. 4, Cowboy Roundup 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. JUDITH OAKES: The gold of the sun shines in her hair, she breezes through life without a care. F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Play Com. SUZANNE OATES: The reason for Sue's happiness we know: she's busily planning her trousseau. Waite I, 2. JOHNNIE OWENS: For happy living she has a spark. A friendly smile is her trade-mark. BARBARA PALMA: Barb will go to business school, then an office she will rule. Y-Teens 3, 4. FRANKLIN PAULY: On the field or in the hall, Frank is liked by one and all. Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track I, Basketball I, 2, Manager 4, Crystal Sports Ed. 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Com. 3, Sr. Announcement Com., National Honor 4. BARBARA PELTON: Barb has a smile that warms the heart, acquiring friends is her special art. Phils I, 2, 3, Cor. Secy. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club Secy. 4, French Club 2, Edelian Class Ed. 4, Jr. Play, Rhythm I GENEVA NORWOOD JANET NOSS JUDITH OAKES JOHNNIE OWENS FRANKLIN PAULY GEORGE NORWOOD BRIAN NYQUIST SUZANNE OATES BARBARA PALMA BARBARA PELTON Roundup 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, National Honor 4. ' WILLIAM PENN: As a commercial artist, Bill will go farthest. Football 'I, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. RICHARD PERRY: He'II soon be sailing the ocean wide, wearing the navy blue with pride. Macomber 'I. CAROL PETERS: Quiet, studious, and refined, she'II be a nurse of the very best kind. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Dean's OFIice 3, 4, Testing 2, 3, National Honor 4. EDWIN PETRIE: Cream of the crop in dancing, also in romancing. Dramatics Club 3, 4, Jr. Play. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 WILLIAM PENN RICHARD PERRY EDWIN PETRIE CAROL PETERS 43 VIRGINIA POTTER: Possessed of warm intelligence, she faces life with confidence. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Phils 2, 3, Censor 4, National Honor 3, V. Pres. 4, Crystal 3, Assoc. Ed. 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play Com., Dramatics Club 3, 4, Jr. Classical League I, 2, 3, Classical Honor 2, Secy.-Treas. 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Com. 4. HAROLD PUTMAN: In hunting, "Putt" will find enioyment 'til Uncle Sam provides employment. Band I, Lib 4. BEVERLY RAMSEY: Even without those wings on her skates, we'd say that Beverly really rates. G.A.A. 2, 3, Chorus I, Leaders Club V. Pres. 4. FRANK REECE: An admiral Frank will please, when he sails the seven seas. Q.D.'s 3, 4, Hi-Y I, V. Pres. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. HERMAN REED: This clever magician makes us doubt our vision. SUZANNE REETZ: Gay, delightful, and much more, for her there's happiness in store. Phils I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 3, V. Pres. 4, F.B.L.A. I, 2, 3, Sr. Rep. 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, Sr. Announcement Com., Sr. Play Com., Dean's Office I, 3, 4, National Honor 4. NANCY REUTER: lt's a well-known Libbey fact that she has charm and tact. Zets 4, Y-Teens V. Pres. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Dramatics Club 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, G.A.A. I, Activities Office 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Edelian 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play, National Honor 4. EVAN RICE: He helped make Libbey's band the best band in the land. Band I, 2, 3, 4. RITA RICHARDSON: This happy, green-eyed lass was welcome in our class. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Crystal 4, Sr. Play Com. JEANNE RICKER: To be a nurse is Jeanne's decision, she'll be the aide of a noted physician. Peries I, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biolo- gy Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Rhythm Roundup I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3,4, Jr. Ring Com., Student Council 4, National Honor 4. MARION RIED: We've yet to find her melancholy, she's always laugh- ing, always iolly. FRED ROBINSON: Fred never tries in vain, his goals he will attain. Choir 4. PATRICIA ROMP: Pat enters every sport with zest, in swimming she's her active best. Y-Teens 4, Biology Club 3, Jr. Classical League 2, 3. MARILYN ROSA: She'll settle down and make a home, there she'll stay and never roam. Peries I, 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens I, Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Dean's Office 2, 3, 4. LIBBEY sENloRs 1954 VIRGINIA POTTER HAROLD PUTMAN MARION RIED FRED ROBINSON MARILYN ROSA BEVERLY RAMSEY FRANK REECE PATRICIA ROMP HERMAN REED SUZANNE REETZ NANCY REUTER EVAN RICE RITA RICHARDSON JEANNE RICKER 44 DARLENE ROSS: Darlene doesn't know whether time will bring a uni- form, an office job, or a wedding ring. Y-Teens 1. NANCY RUBADEUX: Alternatives for her future are two: securing a job or attending T.U. Peries 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4. ROBERT RUMMELL: What makes a car go? Ask Bob, he'll know. MARGHERITA SACCUCCI: Margie's loyalty to friends everyone com- mends. Zets 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, French Club 2, Edelian Class Ed. 4, Library 1, 2. KENNETH SAMSON: Godspeed to Ken in his chosen course, the blue of the United States Air Force. Football 1, Basketball Manager 1, Projection Club 1, 2. ALLISON SANDERS: While serving our country, he'll travel afar to view the exciting, the strange, and bizarre. SANDRA SANDERSON: In business Sandy will take the lead, in poise and beauty she does exceed. Y-Teens 1, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com. RICHARD SANDYS: In scholarship he's rated high, for any iob he'd qualify. Biology Club 1. MARILYN SANZENBACHER: With the charm expressed in her smile, she's sure to walk the bridal aisle. Y-Teens 1. RICHARD SCHAUB: This tall mechanic who works on cars someday may be fixing ours. Football 1. SUE SCHLAGHECK: Our best wishes to brown-eyed Sue for success and happiness, too. Library 1, 2. ROBERT SCHEFFERT: He has yet to discover what the future will uncover. JAMES SCHENCK: Off to college "Rebel" will go to find what else there is to know. Myers Park High, Charlotte, N.C., 1, 2. ANNE SCHLICHER: In looks, in charm, in class-Anne's best, in more than cheers she leads the rest. National Honor 3, 4, Peries 1, 2, 3, Rec. Secy 4, Y-Teens 1, Pres. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4, Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Library 2, 3, Student Council 2. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 DARLENE ROSS NANCY RUBADEUX SUE SCHLAGHECK ROBERT SCHEFFERT ANNE SCHLICHER ROBERT RUMMELL MARGHERITA SACCUCCI JAMES SCHENCK KENNETH SAMSON ALLISON SANDERS SANDRA SANDERSON RICHARD SANDYS MARILYN SANZENBACHER RICHARD SCHAUB 45 SUSAN SCHNELL: Sue enjoys sports and likes to participate, wherever she goes, her smiling way will rate. Phils 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Eclelian Class Ed. 4, Jr, Play, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Testing Aid 3, National Honor 4. RONALD SCHOEDEL: Fixing cars gives Ron enjoyment. This hobby will be his future employment. SALLY SCHOOLENBERG: This girl, who's well-thought-of by all, col- lects pictures of hockey and baseball. WILLIAM SCHROEDER: He'II forget worldly strife in the ease of Florida life. Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2. BETTY SCHULTZ: When she succeeds, it will be no surprise. How can she help it with those blue eyes? Y-Teens 3, 4, Biology Club 4. DALE SCHWEINHAGEN: Dale has a mathematical mind. Brains like his are hard to find. Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. RICHARD SEITZ: As a loyal Ieatherneck, the threat of evil foes he'II check. Central I, 2. WILLIAM SELB: To be an engineer's the ambition of this convincing magician. Macomber I, Scott 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, U.N. Club 4, Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. DIANA SENFF: A whiz at sports and writing, she'II build a life inviting. National Honor 3, 4, Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Biology Club 3, French Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Debate Club 2, U.N. Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Leaders Club Treas. 4, Dean's Aid 2, Sr. Play, Crystal Co-Exchange Ed., Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 4, Jr. Play Com. CONSTANCE SHAW: A life of wedded bliss awaits this charming miss. Y-Teens I, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club I, 2. JAMES SHEEHAN: Jim knows what he's slated for: the United States Marine Corps. Macomber I. SALLY SHEPHERD: This all-around Libbey musician will seek an office position. Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4. JACQUELINE SHEPLER: In memory Jackie will linger on, skillfully twirling her baton. Zets I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, G.A.A. 'I. CLEO SHUFFELDT: His study of electricity will lead him to prosperity. Macomber 2. LIBBEY SENIOR 1954 , 4 SUSAN SCHNELL RONALD SCHOEDEL JAMES SHEEHAN SALLY SHEPHERD CLEO SHUFFELDT SALLY SCHOOLENBERG WILLIAM SCHROEDER JACQUELINE SHEPLER BETTY SCHULTZ DALE SCHWEINHAGEN RICHARD SEITZ WILLIAM SELB DIANA SENFF CONSTANCE SHAW 46 VIRGINIA SIERRA: Dependable and steady, for Iife's tasks she's ready. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I. DURWOOD SMART: Life he really does enioy, Durwood is a carefree boy. Forum 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4. JAMES SMITH: Jim is a guy who is friendly and true, husky and hand- some, and lots of fun, too. Woodward I. WILLIAM SMITH: Wholesome qualities make him an extra-special guy. He'II set his goal, then really try. PATRICIA SOBCZAK: Pat will find her joy hereafter in a happy home that rings with laughter. EDWARD SOMMERS: His easy manner and casual way make life enioyable every day. ROBERT SORGENFREI: Time will not destroy his capacity for ioy. Hi-Y 4. SHIRLEY SORIANO: When as a nurse she gives others health, happi- ness, not money, will be her wealth. Y-Teens 'I. RAYMOND SPARROW: Ray's future is all planned, he'II enter the service we understand. Woodward I, 2. LOUISE SPEEGLE: She'II find her reward at desk or switchboard. HOWARD STEWART: When he's serving in the khaki or blue, that extra spark will bring him through. Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Biology Club I, Cross Country 4, Lightweight Manager 2, Basketball Man- ager I. PEGGY STEWART: Talented Peggy's dancing feet never miss a rhythmic beat. JOHN STOCKARD: A great game of football he can play. A business life he'II lead some day. RENEE STROBEL: A cheerful girl and friendly, too, she always has a smile for you. Y-Teens 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Sr. Play Com.,'Testing Aid 3. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 VIRGINIA SIERRA DURWOOD SMART HOWARD STEWART PEGGY STEWART RENEE STROBEL JAMES SMITH WILLIAM SMITH JOHN STOCKARD 47 PETER STROUP DONNA SWARTZ CAROLYN TARSEK RONALD THOMAS JAMES THOMPSON 48 DAVID SUMMERS DAVID TARASCHKE PAUL TEOPAS ANITA THOMPSON MILDRED THORNTON PETER STROUP: Pete's ready-witted and debonair, for good-natured humor he has a flair. Hi-Y 4, U.N. Club Chaplain 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Jr. Classical League I, 2, National Honor 4, Sr. Memorial Com. DAVID SUMMERS: In David's future we foresee recognition through pharmacy. Jr. Classical League 'I, 2. DONNA SWARTZ: In any office where she works, she'lI be the best of all the clerks. Y-Teens 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. DAVID TARASCHKE: Brave as heroes old, he'II be a sailor bold. Hi-Y 4. CAROLYN TARSEK: Until this girl walks down the aisle, she'II find the number we want to dial. F.N.A. I, 3. PAUL TEOPAS: A guy with charm and social ease, whose brains and personality please. National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, U.N. Club 4, Rhythm Roundup I, Crystal 2, Business Ed. 3, Assoc. Ed. 4, Sr. Banquet Com. RONALD THOMAS: Someday he'II be an M.D. and doctor you and me. Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Choir 4, Track I, 2, 4, Cross Country 2, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. ANITA THOMPSON: Her brains and sparkling wit will always make a hit. National Honor 3, Secy. 4, Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Treas. 3, 4, U.N. Club 3, 4, Dean's Office I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, Sr. Banquet Com. JAMES THOMPSON: Thompson's performance on the basketball floor always helps to raise the score. Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Pres. I, 4, Basket- ball 2, Varsity 4, Baseball 3, 4, Edelian Athletic and Layout Ed. 4, Sr. Announcement Com., Rhythm Roundup 3, Band I. MILDRED THORNTON: Dancing, reading, and art are hobbies close to her heart. Y-Teens I, 4, F.B.L.A. I, 2, G.A.A. I, National Honor 4. GEORGE TURNER: Turner's a valuable asset in track, Libbey's regretting that he won't be back. Q.D.'s 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hi-Y 'I, Football 'I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 'I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Memorial Com. NANCY VAN TASSEL: To this pretty miss who led our cheers, much happiness in coming years! Peries 4, Y-Teens 4, Home Ec. Club I, 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, National Honor 4. JAMES WAHL: A brilliant scholar, a wonderful guy, with whose advice we all comply. National Honor 3, Pres. 4, Q.D.'s 3, Treas. 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Trip Com. TED WAHLGREN: Ted won't make any definite plan 'til he's heard from Uncle Sam. Hi-Y I, Football I. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 GEORGE TURNER NANCY VAN TASSEL TED WAHLGREN JAMES WAHL .,.iI .l.,"If'f7 ',', ,fi 53" sf 5' , 151 , , 1, in J CHARLES WALTERS DAVID WATERFIELD LAWRENCE WEAVER CAROLYN WENDEL ANITA WHITE CLIFFORD WARREN RICHARD WATTS ROBERT WEICK ALONZO WHITE BONNIE WHITE CHARLES WALTERS: We wish the very best of luck to lively, cordial, sportsman Chuck. CLIFFORD WARREN: Music rings from his electric guitar, some day on his door he'll find a star. DAVID WATERFIELD: Though being a pIumber's his practical choice, his future may lie in his baritone voice. Forum 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Football I, 2, 3, Track 2, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. RICHARD WATTS: A sportsman and woodsman, he will maior in forestry. Q.D.'s 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Choir 3, 4, Cross Country 4. LAWRENCE WEAVER: With his quiet way of seeing things through, he will hold his own when he goes to the U. Sr. Banquet Com. ROBERT WEICK: In drawing Bob rates among the best, a fruitful future he'll seek in the West. Forum 4, Biology Club 3, Architects Club 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3. CAROLYN WENDEL: With a personality none surpass, she's one of the finest in our class. Zets 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Secy 4, Jr. Classical League I, 2, 3, F.N.A. 4, Gym Office 3, Leaders Club Pres. 4, Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4, National Honor 4, Sr. Memorial Com. ALONZO WHITE: He'll guard our liberty by sailing out to sea. ANITA WHITE: Vivacious, happy, fun-loving, too, she's off to college with a fond adieu. Phils 'l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, French Club I, Treas. 2, G.A.A. 'l. BONNIE WHITE: Always happy, carefree, and gay, most anyone would think she's O.K. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. I, Rhythm Roundup 2, 4. CONNIE WHITE: Her cheerful smile will ever beguile. F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Treas. 4, G.A.A. 2, Gym Office 4. BARBARA WILEY: Never any time to spare, hobbies keep her free from care. RONALD WILKINS: Not a care in the world will vanquish Ron, come what may, he will carry on. Scott 'I, 2, 3. ROBERT WILLEY: This fellow we all recommend has truly been to all a friend. Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Football 'I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball I. LIBBEY SENIORS 1954 CONNIE WHITE BARBARA WILEY ROBERT WILLEY RONALD WILKINS 49 MELVIN WILLIAMS JOAN WILSON RALPH WISNIEWSKI PAUL YOH JAMES ZIMMERMAN 50 RUTH WILLIAMS WILLIAM WINTERS DAVID WYLAND ROLAND ZEIGLER MARY ZOLLNER MELVIN WILLIAMS: Though he'lI be at O.S.U. this September, Sonny we'II always remember. RUTH WILLIAMS: After graduation in June, her wedding day will follow soon. JOAN WILSON: Joanie will lead a dual life: have a career and be a wife. Y-Teens I, Dramatics Club 3. WILLIAM WINTERS: Bill's time is always wisely employed, work or play by him is enjoyed. National Honor 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Crystal Circulation Manager 4, Jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com. RALPH WISNIEWSKI: Ralph will always do what's right, an exciting future he has in sight. Macomber I, 2. DAVID WYLAND: Once Dave's admitted to the bar, in public life he should go far. Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Secy. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classical League I, Dramatics Club 4, Student Council 3, Jr. Play. PAUL YOH: Off to the service he plans to go, a peach of a guy is our Paul Yoh. ROLAND ZEIGLER: Roland's mind is musically inclined. Bowling 2, Choir 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ZIMMERMAN: Clever and true is "Bashful Jim", college is in the future for him. Whitmer 2. MARY ZOLLNER: She'II travel far, perhaps to the equator, to spread the wonder of our Creator. SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES EDWARD ELWING: We hope this lad with so much pluck will soon be blessed with lots of luck. JEANNIE FULLER: This industrious lass forged ahead of her class. JERRY HASSEN: It's easily foreseen he'II make a good Marine. Base- ball 4, Golf 4. MERLINDA LUCAS: Lindy's hobbies of sewing and singing, much good cheer to her friends will be bringing. G.A.A. 3, Leaders Club 4. Sleepy-time gals! Oh, for noturolly curly hoir! Big decision! Notl1ing's free. Plenty of work with wonderful memories! Hold that tiger! -2 V JUNIORS ROW l-Gail Paganitsch, Linda Salzwedel, Barbara Parker, Ernestine Braswell, Margarete Webb, Mary Dultmeyer, Donna Glenn, Jacqueline Darr, Judy Porter, Jo Eldridge. ROW 2-Norma Sherman, Janet Kopfman, Alice Hiatt, Carol Hamilton, Sherlene Moore, Ber- nadine Hunt, Maria Jackson, Bennie Jackson, Ina Johnson, Veatrice Cooper, Constance Chambers. ROW 3-Ann Taylor, Virginia Althotnf, June Simmons, Barb Vogelpohl, Joyce Potter, Barbara Kakela, Nancy Probasco, Mary Lu Samsey, Nancy Chamberlain, Cecille Eckel, Carol Kline. ROW l-Duane Emahiser, Gordon Birkenkamp, Jim Kelley, Tom Stevenson, Jesse Cervantez, Richard Jackson, Dick Zollars, George Becker, Richard Damschroder, George Nickey. ROW 2-Ellsworth Bigbe, Dave Kaminski, Walter T. Brown, Art Funka, Ron Onnenga, Jim Tucker, George Rodriguez, Jack Wahl, John Zimmerman, Ken Eaton, Eddie Klingelsmith. ROW 3-Jack Blick, Bud Brown, Don Robb, Pat La Clair, Al Jamison, Joseph Kennelly, Jim Featzka, Doug Campbell, Tom Szymanski, Wayne Oestreick, Ray Robie. 52 ROW 1-Betty Hurst, Arleen Carson, Norma Dopter, Barbara Bogle, Letitia Nowakowski Barbara Miller, Dena Kay Lasco, Sharon Franklin, Beverly Work, Susie Coy. ROW 2-Barbara Wiler, Mary Sue Long, Linda Von Klinger, Sally Bartels, Erma Brown, Betty Johnson, Fran Mucci, Mary Osborn, Sandra Keller, Janet Fifer, Barbara Bodi. ROW 3-Nancy Miller, Robertine Bolander, Claudette Bechtel, Judy Utz, Dorothy Schelling, Rita Thompson, Shirley Greenwalt, Jayne Sanzenbacher, Sherry Bellair, Bonnie Rochte, Norma Burkhart. ROW l-Eugene Hoodlet, James Smith, Arnold Costes, Ray Harper, John Erman, Mat Palenski, Ralph Schumann, Walter Zeck, David Zoll, Clyde Tressler, Ron Hartenfeld. ROW 2-Harold Jay, David Newbury, Larry Osborn, Stanley Kanarowski, Martin Obed, Bob Glass, Bob Recht, Alan Draheim, John Trueschel, Russell Cody, Richard Fink. ROW 3-Jack Fulton, Tom Leppert, Alex Damalas, Bruce Mallory, James Kennan, Lyn Oberdier, Tom Lyons, Arthur Weirich, Jon Haos, Dick Eubank, Bill Harler. JUNIORS JUNIORS ROW l-Carolyn Chrisman, Virginia Nowak, Virginia McWhite, Helen Tucker, Carol Lawson, Shirley Carter, Margaret Powell, Nancy Foster, Marilyn Frosch, Pat Mooneyham. ROW 2-Jerrene Kuida, Carole Marlowe, Clare Bowes, Sue Gordon, Carolyn Christen, Shirley Kelley, Marilyn Willhardt, Terry Thurstin, Darlene Pacholski, Rosemary Baranek. ROW 3-Ginny Meinardi, Carol Born, Carol Tomaslewski, Jean Kisseberth, Linda Crowl, Corlene Shuman, Donna Deakin, Judy Yeack, Glenda Oatman, Ronna Twiner, Carol Stevens. ROW 'l-Roger Kronman, Bob Price, Lawrence Richardson, Billie Nutt, Larry Hasse, James Wheatley, Virgil Oliver, Ronald Carnes, Dave Deppen, John Vorbou. ROW 2-Fred GriFfin, Henry Goodwin, Chuck Phillips, Ed Coleman, Neail Goodloe, Allen Williams, Ron Dunson, George Galloway, Lieutenant Walker, Don Crosby, Lawrence Stubbs. ROW 3-Terry Mallett, James Crist, Charles Prestin, Don Fogelsanger, Al Keller, Joseph Grier, Bill Walters, Ronald Hadley, Ray Plumadore, Jim Morris, Mark Simmons. 54 ROW 1-Duane Frey, Tom Pitchford, Jim McGrary, Bobby Garrett, Wilbur Benning, Dick Baker, James Reichler, Tony Arias, Larry Henneman, Wesley Cole, Frank Marlinez. ROW 2-Henry King, John Antowiak, Robert King, Eddie Madlinski, Clyde Johnson, Melvin Reid, Frank Miles, Robert Robinette, Glenn Curtis, Gerald Zawodny, Gerald Eiszewski. ROW 3-Richard Brunner, Tony Bachman, Marion Cunningham, Gary Davis, Lloyd W. Cupp, Jr., Artie Mitchell, Donald Boxley, Clyde Englehardt, John Mysko, Lawson Lundy, Howard Mallory. ROW l-Darlene Daviclter, Deanna Jennings, Lois Burkett, Lois Bockerding, Betty Shepler, Dixie Kelly, Sharon Ball, Myrtle Lane, Justine Hirauye, Barbara Wanner. ROW 2-Demetra Sheftield, Delores Huckleby, Lois Kerschbaum, Nancy Gibson, La Donna Shanteau, Margie Mehlman, Nancy Walker, Eleanor Claussen, Etta Mae Harris, Marguerite Hueston. ROW 3-Charlotte Brazier, Ruby Johnson, Janice Cully, Pat Janiszewski, Madilyn Tarsek, Mary Lynn Vaegeli, Janet lckes, Delores Johnson, La Verne Swihart, Mary Jo Aufderheide, Joyce Birr. ' JUNIORS 55 JUNIORS ROW l-Jim Zielinski, Dave Wetcher, John Wommer, Charles Fischer, Estel Hurst, Jr., Fred Riches, Martin Fisher, Ed Moore, Jim Nutter, Joe Leal, Dick Falkenberg. ROW 2-Leslie Case, Brent Lewis, Larry McCormack, Gerald Damschot, Larry Collins, Donald Deakin, Norm Sutton, Bob Litten, Lyle Swihart, Lionel Huston, John Bacon. ROW 3-David Gable, Donald Lichmond, Charles Nartzka, Bob Wynn, Jim Marsh, Bob Houch, Don Ward, Ron Ward, Newell Jones, Fred Starner, Ronald Tesch. ROW 'I-Joann Wirick, Carol Nickelsen, Tam Townsend, Nancy Ohler, Marilee Abel, Lysbet HoFfman, Shirley Wilson, Jeri Armbrust, Ann Pasche, Jo Ann Loyer. ROW 2-Delores Bronson, Carolyn Mohler, Sharon Evearett, Naomi Stone, Ann Cameron, Nancy Hunt, Lorene Lincoln, Joyce Heiden, Jean Heiden, Weultha Patlifii. ROW 3-Barbara Howland, Mary Ann Bowling, Betty Enright, Beatrice Maples, Ruth Dinkins, Jean Kerns, Esther Fleming, Margie Williams, Janet Ritzenthaler, Jackie Koepfler. 56 ROW l-Mary Smith, Nancy Forbush, Joyce Sines, Jaclyn Rippinger, Carol Hignite, Erma Allison, Mary Gomez, Carol Blockowski, Carolyn Hoerig, Margie Rodemich. ROW 2-Mary Ann Mierzwiak, Neva Noftz, Shirley Krueger, Anna Grant, Deloris Knighten, Judy Hawley, Eleanor Bade, Carol Martin, Barbara Ann Carter, Nina Johnson. ROW 3-Nancy Everhart, Carol Pegish, Grace Borton, Donna Hanna, Jeanne Hards, Helen Culliver, Jessie Hawkins, Mary Ann Kramer, Judy Summers, Loraine Grandpair, Joyce Panchot. ROW 1-Mary Counts, Stella Duenas, Loretta Lewis, Annie Hartfield, Joanne Brown, Violet Relyea, Carol Vanderluit, Barbara Sprunk, Lila Sookey, Jerry Badenhop. ROW 2-Sarah Thomas, Janice Bowman, Betty Huntley, Marilyn Hall, Lucille Adams, Bobbie Jeakle, Janet Kollmeier, Laura Vallade, Melva Benning, Charlene Eaton. ROW 3-Carol Tucholski, Judy Fahringer, Margie Kravetsky, Sandy Johnson, Carol Mueller, Jacquie Guhl, Karen Brown, Nancy Richardson, Irene Fink, Sandra Stemmerman. JUNIORS 57 ROW 'I-Tom Smith, Gary Mallett, Joe Stults, Louis Lazar, Howard Henderson, Larry Morris, Edward Reed, Bill Morris, Jerry Schuman. ROW 2-Roy Bectal, Paul Kelsey, Frank Langston, Larry Smith, Alvin Eyre, Fred Collins, David Stizelecki, Bob Fearnside, Dick McCaFfrey, Eugene Krauzer. ROW 3-Larry Vincent, William Dimke, Jim Mock, Jim Rogers, Norris Denno, Tom Case, Henry Pattin, Lafayette Summers, Richard Dennis. ROW i-Charlotte Garcia, Emily Respiess, Delores Richardson, Janet Wilson, Mary L. Fisher, Josephine Armour, Jo-ann Huebner, Doris Altenbaugh, Mary Tucker, Dawn O'very, Pattie Meier. ROW 2-Mary Jane Harrison, Gretchen Leupp, Marilyn Knott, Janet Brunk, Marebelle Cres- well, Nancy Pommeranz, Nancy Jean Polaski, Marilyn Matzinger, Lillian Neubert, Jo Ann Douglas, Virginia Smith. ROW 3-Myra Layne, Joyce McGhee, Nancy Stiefel, Barbara Peschel, Betty Macon, Marcia Casburne, Carol Dodge, Eileen Tabor, Pat Merriman, Sharon Haas, Margaret Green. SOPHCMORES Y - ROW 'l-Ann Kedrie, Joan Jagodzinski, Gloria Russell, Carole Crosby, Eva Martin, Jackie Mummert, Beverly Roehrig, Gloria Van Dame, Carol Thompson, Carolyn Szul, Joan Crist. ROW 2-Sharon Lempke, Marie Joyce Mikolajazyk, Nancy Whetton, Della Carmony, Rose Koralewska, Luetta Smith, Lanette Eisenhart, Joan Kurek, Sally Kuebbeler, Dorothy Buck, Dona Thompson. ROW 3-Betty Jones, Alma Mae Sutton, Audrie Fleck, Vyvyan Hurst, Katherine Lutz, Beverly Falkenlourg, Bonnie Meyer, Harriet King, Ruth Wassmund, Mary Ellen Watts, Clydean Sandusky. ROW l-Melvin Emahiser, Dave DeMars, Jerome Czubakowski, Arthur Zielinski, Bob Sopher, Benard Kuiawa, Thomas Buczkowski, Eugene Sobczak. ROW 2-Ronald Howard, Michael Douglas, Joseph Price, Tom HoFFman, Johnny Rayford, Wil- liam Kime, Don Bottles, Robert Taylor, Milton Hans, Daniel Regent. ROW 3-Art Watkins, Johnny Russell, Roger Williams, Jim Smith, Ed Harrigan, Eddie Russell, James Williams, Charles Goings, Carl Turner, Edward Coleman. SCJPHOMORES 59 ROW 1-Marilyn Hamlin, Charlotte Bowes, Rosalie Eppard, Mary Jo Bacon, Willia Mae Kelly, Annie R. Lampkin, Barbara Washington, Beverly Oates, Karen Clark, Margie Young, Judy Johnson. ROW 2-Carolyn Clark, Carol Boldt, Alice Cremean, Maiul Skinner, Dixie Beeching, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Janell Maeder, Judy Niehous, Linda Green, Sandra Neill, Carol Fitzgerald, Judy Dunbar. ROW 3-Alela Kutzke, Carol Wert, Nancy Lindhurst, Rosann Millwell, Jeanne Buns, Jean Campbell, Anita Bourquin, Erma Lee Simmons, Carol Myers, Barbara Wilson, Shirlee Falk, Brenda Boughton. ROW 1-Earl Nowak, Tom Kern, Robert Maulsby, Cliltord Jeakle, Philip Crippen, Richard Royce, Laurence Hunter, Ronald Coleman, David Smith. ROW 2-Walter Burnham, Larry Deiger, Dave Charnas, Harry Krabill, John McDarmott, Ken- neth Jankowski, Tom Smith, Henry Williams, Ralph Kwiatowski. ROW 3-LeRoy Lloyd, Herb Schoenfelt, Glenn Hintz, Norman Proudfoot, Bill Dreyer, Robert Rill, Bill Krueper, Irvin Pommeranz, Paul Slate. SOPHOMORES 2 . ROW l-Joyce Brewer, Barbara Dickey, Marilyn Graybill, Shirley Knerr, Laverne Poucher, Mar- garet Fink, Beverly Baloun, Bonnie Wright, Elizabeth Reed. ROW 2-Pat Sullivan, Jean McNamee, Sharon Shipman, Anna Hardman, Zoe Dell Johnson, Judy Boone, Marilyn Hogendobler, Sally Bender, Carol Van Karsen, Teresa Killian. ROW 3-Mary Muraski, Gloria Stoll, Patt Betts, Carol Cochran, Sue De Mars, Nancy Czolgosz, Joani Kennedy, Gwenn Eichelberger, Patti Penn, Sandra Luhring. ROW T-Russell Fisher, Jerry Hansen, Dennis Grittith, Fred Hampton, Spike Yates, Barton Welsh, Jack Pierson, John Reed, Charles Delomotte. ROW 2-Richard Foley, John Veith, James Sower, Philip Walbolt, Jim Telb, Dave Tompkins, Bob Hockett, Russell DejaiFFe, Tom Poling. ROW 3-Arthur Kelly, John Tapley, Earl Schrnakel, Al Boerst, Herbert Westfall, John Nyquist, Darst Grund, Terry MacDonald, Bill Hottman. SOPHOMORES 61 ROW 1-Barbara Welch, Carolyn Snyder, Carole Hirth, Judy Cox, Marceline Beauch, Barbara Palkman, Barbara Campbell, Barbara Bogart, Sue Baumgartner, Gloria Stoll, Chloe Ann Kramp. ROW 2-Laurel Schroder, Darilyn Schluter, Norma Raitz, Patt Betts, Gaile Meinka, Nancy Ellinger, Sharon Dusseau, Delores Cline, Gertrude Case, Carol Nusser, Shirley Williams, Sherry Wooten. ROW 3-Barbara Harbaugh, Joy Smith, Carol Mead, Judy Van Koughnut, Virginia Gwinn, Erma Goodlow, Carole Whitaker, Ruth Lange, La Verne Felser, Judy Reichler, Barbara Thomas. ROW 1-Charles Tackette, Claude Harris, Pete Segura, Ralph Beitharz, Dale Keller, Donald Keller, Floyd Kelly, Sidney Moore, Gerald Snyder. ROW 2-Edward Kent, Duane Langenderfer, Beniamin Garcia, Chuck Jordan, Jim Nungester, Paul McKinsey, Larry Robinson, Tom King, Tom Sandys. ROW 3-Richard Barnaby, Robert Landis, Fred Kelly, Charles Lowry, Ted King, Jim Keil, Jay Vanderlip, Edward Armstrong, Ben Long. SOPHOMORES ROW l-Dorothy Katschke, Jane Heiden, Anita King, Nora Hernandez, Mary Pasadny, Char- lene Fisher, Pauline Rasey, Joyce Heslet, Emily MacKenzie, Dorothy Wittes, Ruthann Adams. ROW 2-Jo Ann Noffke, Marlene Rintz, Shirley Nowakowski, Janet Pfeifer, Sue Collins, Mary Manz, Janice Gee, Martha Ebright, Ann Slater, Donna Starklott, Mary Hartley. ROW 3-Virginia McCrary, Janet Heidern, Alva Barner, Kay Weil, Pat Roberts, Mary Hutton, Carole Sohnley, Donna Wagner, Sharon Roberts, Jackie Endsley, Mary Eberlin, Betty Reed. ROW 'l-Alan Meek, James Maxwell, Robert Cordrey, Gary Friend, Clifton McCorvey, Dennis Geraldo, George Louthan, William Johnson, Robert Eckhart, Tom Tucker, David Durtee. ROW 2-James Love, Dick Carlston, Jack Batdorf, Don Surerus, Charles Dolt, Donald Pimiento, Richard Kuder, Eddie Stanley. ROW 3-Terry Lindemann, Willie Floyd, Ronald Bell, McDavid McCorvey, David Swanson, Willie Kerpres, Terry Cavanaugh, Tom Blattner, Jewell Mims. SOPHOMORES 63 ROW I-Charles Doneghy, Charles Hill, George Emery, Allan Wolf, Hal Wagner, John Fyock, William Terrell, Ronald Brazier. ROW 2-Ed King, Paul Rahman, Earl Fountain, Don Heffner, William Bannister, Henry Mays, Ronald Hughes, Tom Wynn, Howard DeTray. ROW 3-Gary Good, Robert Reynolds, Jonathan Thornton, James Earl, John Jackson, Roland Dennis, John Maras, Jim Meyers, Wayne Schutt. ROW 'I-Pauline Cunningham, Joyce Johnson, Nancy Connell, Kathleen Reece, Florence Williams, Barbara McNeal, Roberta Boyd, Janet Courtad, Barbara Long, Charlene Hayes, Midge Woodbury. ROW 2-Sue DeMatt, Janet Swartz, Paula Davis, Merle Gunn, Lois Hall, Delores Pottin, Carol Huchleby, Shirley Hepner, Suzanne Klein, Wilberta Cooley, Zinneb Kilell. ROW 3-Mary Johnson, Nancy Mae Hart, Ethe'T Mae Dueston, Lillie Johnson, Christine Goodlow, Geraldine Winn, Diane Foster, Louise Krueger, Judy Hess, Carole Shipman, Sandra Ulery, Judy Geis. SOPHOMORES Magazine Drive winners receive Edelicms. They planned an unforgettable senior trip Top grades require hard studying. Tickets, please! Peppy Peri Mass Meeting. A cheer for the senior football players. FRESHMEN ROW 1-Bernard Kunkel, David Richardson, Dale Stone, Willard Hill, Ronald Salzwedel, Bill Shank, Edward Steele, Chuck Chrisman, Terry Keller. ROW 2-Norman Miller, Dennis Klein, Donald McElya, Billy Lange, Thomas Earp, Richard Henton, Jed Duty, Jim Kravetsky, Ned Bordner, Jerry Koepfler. ROW 3-Bill Hurst, George Stanley, Terry Runye, Werner Merz, Michael Konczal, Ronald Goz- dowdki, Mike Hubbard, David Woodcock, Gary Mallory. ROW T-Lula Boyd, Mariorie Gockerman, Shirley Anderson, Dorothy Price, Shirley Anderson, Delores Vance, Bertha Brown, Virginia Hodnett, Shirley Voyles. ROW 2-Carol Meyers, Joanne Sours, Layne Curtis, Joyce Osternd, Sandre Greeley, Lorne La Beau, Elaine Leon, Jo Ann Schmakel, Donna Fisher, Jeri-Ann O'Neill. ROW 3-Joan Garner, Sharon Holst, Pauline Lamb, Marilyn Ward, Sarah Smith, Barbara Geiner, Jeanette Reschel, Judy Jackson, Rosemary Wolfert, Audrey Sturdivant. 66 FRESHMEN ROW l-Sally Huebner, Hazel Beanford, Janice Farner, Shirley Gentry, Laurene Huston, Barbara Wilson, Judy McConaughey, Nancy Garner, Mary Anne Posadny. ROW 2-Charlene Scheil, Joyce Arlene Mack, Sharon Dean, Beverly Flint, Lodean Mims, Lillian Earl, Dorothy Kirby, Margie Houston, Minnie B. Douglas. ROW 3-Barbara Shuman, Lincla Blanden, Georgia Jean Miller, Margaret Geithmann, Joyce M. Rehm, Donna Green, Bettye Sue Johnson, Willena Miller, Sandra Hueston, Ermajean Adams. ROW l-Paul Byersmith, George Litten, Bill Alder, James Collins, Ron Johnson, Ray Stevens, Henry Koepfer, Donald Wisniewski, Sam Sookey. ROW 2-Loren Stewart, Howard Brewer, Jim Davis, Lawrence Roberts, Marvin Lee, Paul Schultz, Arsko Ragans, William McClure, Robert Huntley. ROW 3-David Wobsey, Jon Patton, Michael Cordner, Le Roy Mitchell, Wilmer Frank, Jerry Mix, Bill Stine, Mike McGee, Wayne Crosslin, John Dixon. 67 FRESHMEN ROW T-Donna Holler, Nancy Smith, Judy Brunner, Wendy Smith, Maureen OfRourke, Shirley Errington, Sally Caldwell, Carol Dunlap, Modene Johnson. ROW 2-Claudean Tanner, Mardell Shaffer, Elaine Ramseur, Bonnie Osborne, Sharon Schroeder, Jo Ann Elinger, Carol Dubry, Rosalind Cedoz, Elaine Carter, Maxine Russell. ROW 3-Rosemary Kwiatkowski, Nancy Fuerst, Elaine Deck, Bonnie Panning, Alice Strance, Clementine Polcyn, Christine Biernacki, Marica Nehring, Carolyn Riseborough, Doris Kirian. ROW 'l-Jim Bettridge, Robert Braumschweiger, John Laugerman, Jim Leu, Allen Fanaff, Jim Bowles, Dave Schuartz, Tim Cross, Conrad Johnson. ROW 2-Larry Matzinger, Donald Galloway, Mayo Witty, Ed Thompson, Roscoe Ragans, Ronald Bryant, James Erman, Ray Hehl, Floyd Bell. ROW 3-Stanley Williams, Clay White, James Henry Williams, Franklin Fleming, Gene Paskiet, Thomas Hightower, John Schmidt, Dennis Walterreit, William CoFfie. 'SPG 68 FRESHMEN ROW l-Deloris Hood, Janice Mabry, Emma Mae Moran, Patricia Miller, Ada M. Stanley, Maevouya Turner, Mary Frances Brown, lola Scisum, Jessie Trail, Jean Russell. ROW 2-Rose Scisum, Charlotte Whitaker, Norma Kingston, Dolores Musch, Darlene Hamilton, Pat Burnell, Kathy Laverne Banks, Janice Jackson, Doris Haynes. ROW 3-Rosemary Jones, Shirley Dunning, Janice Woeller, Sharon Willard, Barbara Heller, Shirley Sterling, Mary Lou Anderson, Jackie Burnell, Norma Davis. ROW l-Dennie Heft, David Schwartz, Larry Dennis, Bill Kistner, Ronald Lingel, Eddie Squaire, Donald Hahn, Robert Oates, Tom Hollopeter, Ronald Riopelle. ROW 2-Tony Gonzales, Dale Cook, Carl Becker, John Mann, Bob Mercurio, Robert East, William Schurtz, John Shugar, Gilbert Lee. ROW 3-Ronnie Kilell, Bill DeSana, Dick Lane, Joe Louis, Melvin Jones, Richard Golembiewski, Calvin Landis, Ray Grant, Dick Shipman, Howard Fish. 69 FRESHMEN ROW l-Tom Gale, George Stockman, Edwin Leupp, Ronald Czerniak, Melvin Oliver, Larry Marckel, Tyrone Schumann, James Dultmeyer, Tony Tucholski. ROW 2-Joseph Blockowski, Henry Haywood, Jim Koehler, Lawrence Wanner, Bill Dardwell, Larry Tubbs, Eddie Rodriguez, John Mclntyre, Bob Manning. ROW 3-Bob Brown, John Kulczak, Eugene Rodgorski, Joe Inman, Ronnie Root, Jerry Peters, Dan Wasikowski, Glenn Roack, Mel Bialarucke. ROW T-Judy Johnson, Dorothy Wilson, Judy Miller, Esther Leiby, Betty Dull, Bonnie Thacker, Linda Achor, Joyce Genung, Elerzine Jones. ROW 2-Barbara Thomas, Diana Belcher, Mary Love, Mary Williams, Barbara Lone, Jean Sass, Donna Bach, Joan Albright, Zetta Marie Nunn. ROW 3-Samella Greenlee, Maggie McNair, Dorothy Williams, Judy Tripp, Jean Snell, Jo Ann Palenski, Jackie Clark, Marilyn Miller, Suzanne Krohn, Vicki Jaques. . A, 70 FRESHMEN ROW l-Myrtle White, Hester Langston, Patricia Bigsby, Gwendolyn Williams, Barbara Johnson, Alice Gerth, Jo Anne Johnson, Sandra Woodbury, Shirley Crosslin. ROW 2-Nancy Stevenson, Linda Greenwalt, Alice Stang, Sandra Makowski, Mary Jones, Juanita Straw, Sharon Jones, Virginia Teal, Lou Ann Johnson, Lucille Altman. ROW 3-Jean Dickerson, Janice Roesler, Manira Saide, Phyllis Lincoln, Marva Cooper, Marie Falley, Barbara Zaborowski, Roberta Podbielniak, Shirley Openshaw, Sandra Hartley. ROW l-Jack Fellhauer, Kenneth Coomes, Bill Kelly, Thomas Green, Bill Warner, Russell Eldridge, Bob Harrigan, Tom Williams. ROW 2-John Fellhauer, Lauren Kreps, Victor Baur, Julius SheFfield, Bob Lockett, William Coker, Chuck McGraw, Ernest Hal, Robert Morey. ROW 3-John Urbanyi, James Armour, Jim Johnson, Don Brazeau, Joey Leroux, Paul Sheehan, Herbert Davis, Ward Williams, David Paszko. as 'Exif 71 FRESHMEN ROW i-Jerry Jones, Matt Kolb, Ronald T. Owens, Robert Lee Neal, Cliff Falkenberg, Larry Farderer, Ken Scheffert, Terry Bossert, David Strahley. ROW 2-Dea Wisely, John Oberle, Ernie Hartman, Bill Betridge, James Strange, Kenneth Black, Donald Strayer, Dick Waterman, Jerry Booher. ROW 3-Tom Rier, Larry McCabe, Dennis Carney, George Carter, Ray Wright, Richard Heinz, Bill Clark, Terry Frechs, Roger Skilleter. ROW l-Eleanor Marie Orner, Darlene Emahiser, Carol Ladd, Barbara Mossman, Joan Meister, Beverly Smith, Mildred Lutz, Sharon Reed, Suzanne Below. ROW 2-Betty Wright, Mary Jane Strzetecka, Carol Zaborowski, Diane Teal, Florence Anderson, Joan Schmidt, Barbara Davis, Shirley Braun, Edith Albright. ROW 3-Joan Glesmer, Barbara Saunders, Barbara Colyer, Marlene Tarsek, Sharon Slicker, Mari- ' lou Eubank, Judy Korb, Isabelle Beauch, Merilyn Parker, Barbara Dedes, Lynn Gerhauser. ff s,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , 72 FRESHMEN ROW l-Karen Walker, Sandra Lasko, Ann Luscombe, Janet Kelley, Jacqueline Clower, Eleanor Wallbank, Barbara Kravetsky, Sally Taylor, Joyce Prentice. ROW 2-Judy Roush, Linda Armstrong, Barbara Bruggeman, Rose Kolalski, Barbara Scherer, Sandy Enright, Marilyn Moyer, Sally Wendel, Nancy Babcock, Pat Sanderson. ROW 3-Judy Harris, Elizabeth Kohring, Jo Ann Stickle, Marilyn Leibius, Deanna Hochstettler, Katherine Holmes, Judy Jenks, Sharon Steiner, Naomi Long, Valerie Loos. ROW l-Paul Taraschke, James Sterling, Robert Weideman, Myron Bohnert, Richard Achor, Stuart Hall, Dominic Stang, John Kolodzaike, Larry Barnett. ROW 2-Jerry Waganfealcl, Bob Mallory, Olen Fairchild, Kendall Stemmarmann, Anthony Pawlicki, Ronald Rilcher, Frank Winterhalter, Calvin Webster, Ronald Machaiski. ROW 3-John Redfern, James Duncan, Richard Miller, Harolcl Hecklinger, Clifford ReFFke, Hubert Clittord, Louy Bartels, Hawey Matteir, Tom Johns, Don Bebou. 73 FRESHMEN ROW 'l-Michael Thompson, Charles Parkman, Gerald Zedlitz, Leroy Johnson, Bradford Albain, Jimmie Haswood, Jerry Hirth, James Williams, Art Dodge Jr. ROW 2-Bradford Bayles, Edward Pruss, James Watkins, David Bigelow, Larry Mallory, Earvin Boyd Jr., Bill Smaltz, Frank Belle, Lee Rambo. ROW 3-Al Johnson, Stan Burden, Bill Selvey, Richard Eckman, Charles Jensen, James Hall, Robert Fox, Charles Hopkins, Quitmon Lipkins. ROW T-Barbara Malohn, Gladys Bronson, Elaine Draheim, Frances Squire, Wanda Burgard, Theresia Taylor, Donna Gate, Charlesena Harrison, Joyce Reynolds. ROW 2-Jacquelyn Fuller, Jodey Smith, Pat Schneider, Deloris Littleton, Elizabeth Meyer, Judy Schnell, Ann Angell, Ruth Thomas, Mary Lou Toppins. ROW 3-Linda Graybill, Charlotte Keel, Sally Gable, Suzanne Sayre, Rhoda Delores Jackson, Joyce Erwin, Mary Lee Williams, Dawn Henderson, Voncile McCortey, Mildred Reynolds. 74 l 2 . - i FRESHMEN ROW 'l-Denny Hutt, Carl Thomas, Frank Lendecker, Charles Kunstbeck, Tom Atkinson, Richard Jasinski, Howard Kern, Victor Stubblefield, Oliver Brown. ROW 2-Robert Naguchi, Adolphus Jeffries, Richard Bester, Eddie Allen, Leo Kennedy, Charles Baldwin, Harold Thompson, Charles Knolley, Miller Joe Curtis. ROW 3-Charles Montgomery, Oscar Adams, George Abernathy, Wallie Burch, Cecil Embry, Walter Myers, Barri Bunting, Rodney Owenger, Don Smith, James Hemple. ROW l-Marcia Westrup, Bonnie Borchardt, Barbara Stults, Lilian Meyers, Emily Sanderson, Laura Smith, Judy Starner, Mary Ellen Fulford, Carolyn Clark. ROW 2-Delores Castell, Colleen Blair, Pat Nind, Nancy Mock, Margie Matecki, Barbara Dorn, Margaret Kelly, Linda Marchel, Carol Graff. ROW 3-Betty Watson, Donna Corey, Minnie Lee Brenson, Lillie Snell, Judy Ecker, Mary Am- mons, Barbara Hasking, Kathryn Baker, Mildred Wells, Mildred Mae White. 75 Love is in the dir! Freshman Dcxy. Entering freshmen inspired by Student Council. Their music always soothes us Pedicure on stage! "You won, pop!" Oh, for ci jet ride! ROW 'I: Donna Callaghan, Ruby Browning, Anne Fanaff, Susan Schnell, Nancy Miller, Sally Kuebbler, Shirley Wilson, Pat Moore, Darlene Davidter. ROW 2: Norma Jean Duffeck, Arley McFadden, Nancy Reuter, Delores Martin, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Martin, Anne Schlicher, Rhea Altenbaugh, Margie Saccucci, Pat Fearnside. ROW 3: Ned Neal, Don Jahns, Dick Howland, Barbara Pelton, Judy Denzig, Jim Thompson, Carolyn Wendel, Janet Becker, Jane Fenner Susan Coulter. In December members of the Edelian staff were saddened by the death of their adviser, Miss Ruth Dusha, whose untiring efforts year after year had been so largely responsible for the continuing success of the publi- cation. Without the wise counsel of Miss Dusha, the staff realized that it would have to work doubly hard if there were to be a 1954 Edelian. Relying heavily upon the advice and experience of Mr. Charles Martin, Business Director, and Principal Loy W. Rusie through the trials of layout, copy, and proof, the class succeeded in having the yearbook ready for the Senior Banquet, traditional Edelian distribution-time. Janet Becker and Jane Fenner were co-editors for the year, Judy Denzig and Pat Fearnside were faculty editors, Norma Duffeck, Ann Schlicher, and Carolyn Wendel were senior editors, Rhea Altenbaugh, Donna Cal- laghan, Arley McFadden, and Pat Moore were club editors, Barbara Pelton, Margie Saccucci, and Susan Schnell were class editors, Susan Coulter and Anne Fanaff were snapshot editors, Dick Howland, Ned Neal, and Jim Thompson were athletic and layout editors. Mrs. Jane Roberts was the substitute faculty adviser working with the group. EDELIAN YN ROW 'l: Rita Richardson, Nancy Ohler, Esther Fleming, Carol Born, Miss Gerdes, Ruth Dinkins, Barbara Kakela, Virginia Potter, Margaret Eppard, .loan Diamond. ROW 2: Paul Teopas, Bill Winters, Frank Pauly, Don Robb, Dick Gardner, Don Heinz, Brian Nyquist, Diana Senft, Debbie Hill. A statf of twenty-one, six iuniors and fifteen seniors, produced the 1954 Crystal. The paper again provided excellent coverage of all school activities and news of interest to the student body and faculty. Information for editions, which were distributed monthly by the Crystal class and by the activities office, was collected by the staff through the co-operation of the students. Membership in the National Scholastic Press Association entitled the publication to critical service. A newcomer to Libbey, Mrs. Joanne Pierce, who graduated from the University of Missouri with a iournal- ism degree, worked with the Crystal adviser, Miss Florence Gerdes, this year. Editors of the Crystal were as follows: Wendy Kuebler and Dick Gardner, co-editors, Virginia Potter and Paul Teopas, assistant editors, Brian Nyquist, news editor, Debbie Hill, feature editor, Don Heinz and Frank Pauly, sports editors, Margaret Eppard, editorial editor, Bill Heupenbecker, advertising editor, Diana Senff, exchange editor, Bill Winters, circulation manager, and Rita Richardson, typing editor. Reporters were Barbara Kakela, Don Robb, Carol Born, Esther Fleming, Joan Diamond, Ruth Dinkins, and Nancy Ohler. CRYSTAL Q . ROW T: Carolyn Hoerig, Suzie Reetz, Nancy Walker, Kathy McCarthy, Joyce Niett, Darla Kreps, Dawn Duftey, Anne Fanaff, Barbara Kellar, Donna Callaghan. ROW 2: Carolyn Collins, Jane Fenner, Janet Becker, Josephine Krueger, Diana Senft, Carolyn Wendel, Ruth Dinkins, Esther Fleming, Nancy Reuter. ROW 3: Bob Mcllvain, Bob Price, Robert Charles, Bill Winters, Ralph Behrens, Don Heinz, Frank Pauly, Paul Teopas, Eddie Byrne. ROW 'I: Carol Nickelsen, Norma Jean Dufteck, Virginia Potter, Carole Marlowe, Arley McFadden, Linda Von Klinger, Nancy Van Tassel, Rose- mary Baranek, Jeanne Ricker. ROW 2: Dolores Martin, Anne Schlicher, Wendy Kuebler, Judy Derlzig, Debbie Hill, Barbara Pelton, Beverly Buckingham, Barbara Kakela, Pat Fearnside. ROW 3: Walter T. Brown, Leonard Fikes, Jim Wahl, Ed Mauntler, Bill Heupenbecker, Bob Marohn, Dale Schweinhagen, Dick Howland, Ned Neal. Each year approximately twenty-two juniors and forty seniors enjoy the prestige and honor attained by election to the Libbey Chapter ot the National Honor Society. The purpose of the National Honor Society, to promote scholarship, leadership, character, and service, is an objective which serves as an inspiration to under- classmen as well as upperclassmen. During the past year this active group sponsored a number of worthwhile projects and stimulating social activities. One ot the bright events of the Christmas season was the Christmas party at Wendy Kuebler's home. A post-incluction party for new members provided just the right 'Festive touch after the solemnity of the induction ceremony. Joyce Frank headed the competent committee in charge of arrange- ments. A quiz show given by the society second semester increased the scholarship fund considerably. Jo Krueger and Darryl Hawn were co-chairmen for this money-making venture. Concluding event of the year was a spring roast. NATIONAL HONOR K ' L Q I2 ROW 'la Janet Noss, Carol Peters, Rhea Altenbaugh, Nancy Ohler, Joyce Frank, Carolyn Gordon, Margaret Eppard, Marilee Abel, Joan Diamond. ROW 2: Susan Schnell, Carole Coulson, Mildred Thorton, Jacquie Guhl, Carolyn Hochstettler, Jean Kerns, Carol Born, Anita Thompson, Sydney Etta Craig. ROW 3: Pete Stroup, Kenneth Moore, Don Robb, Dick Gardner, Brian Nyquist, Fred Starner, Darryl Hawn, Dave Gillmore, Larry McCormack. ROW I: Judy Schnell, Rhea Altenbaugh, Miss Henderson, Vyvyan Hurst, Chuck Chrisman, Jeanne Ricker. ROW 2: Dick Howland, Esther Fleming, Bob Marohn, Al Jamison, Dave Gillman, Jean Kerns, Bob Fearnside. Skillfully executing their duties were officers: James Wahl, president: Virginia Potter, vice president: Anita Thompson, secretary: William Huepenbecker, treasurer: and the three new cabinet officers: Judy Denzig, social chairman: Bob Mcllvain, project chairman: and Arley McFadden, activity chairman. Much of the Society's suc- cess was attributed to Miss Jean Gilbert, National Honor adviser. Another year of service to Libbey has been completed by Student Council. Beside solving problems of many origins with which it was confronted, the Council also originated many worthwhile schoolwide activities. It managed the freshman elections and the Thanksgiving Day Queen election, guarded the stairways before school, and sponsored the Community Chest Drive and the magazine drive. The Council also supervised the Area Sportsmanship Contest, in which Libbey placed first in the city in football sportsmanship. Among the activities on the social calendar were the dance 'Following the Libbey-Waite football game, the dinner after the successful magazine drive, the Area Student Council Dance, "Artistry in Rhythm," and the annual spring roast. Responsible for the council's many successful undertakings were: Miss Grace Henderson, adviser: Bob Marohn, president: Al Jamison, vice president: Jean Kerns, secretary: and Dick Howland, sergeant-at-arms. NATIONAL HONOR - STUDENT COUNCIL ROW 'lz Donna Callaghan, Carol Boldt, Norma Jean Duffeck, Sally Bender, Jeriann Armbrust, Janet Courtad, Ann Luscombe. ROW 2: Marilyn Hogendobler, Nancy Ohler, Teresa Killian, Jane Fenner, Carol Mead, Sue Baumgartner, Carol Van Karsen. ROW 3: Nancy Pommeranz, Linda VonKlinger, Esther Fleming, Jean Kerns, Judy Jenks, Marilyn Leibius, Shirlee Falk, Norma Raitz. ROW T: Jeanne Ricker, Karen Clark, Barb Bogart, Sharon Cupp, Marilyn Rosa, Nancy Rubadeux, Mary Sue Long. ROW 2: Barbara Bodi, Laurel Schroder, Joy Smith, Dolores Martin, Judy Schnell, Marilyn Moyer, Barbara Miller. ROW 3: Sarah Smith, Sharon Jones, Ann Cameron, Judy Denzig, Carolyn Hochstettler, Anne Schlicher, Marcia McElderry, Nancy Van Tassel. Living up to the motto of the Periclean Literary Society, "Second to None," requires wholehearted effort. The Peries displayed such eFFort in their accomplishments this past year. Their first activity was the oustanding Thanksgiving Mass Meeting, "Showboat," directed by co-chairmen Delores Martin and Nancy Ohler, During the Christmas season, the Peries remembered to cheer others with the traditional Peri Christmas basket. In March, new members were installed at an initiation tea planned by Nancy Rubadeux. The annual tea for Peri mothers further brightened the spring season. Final social event of the year was a dance sponsored by the girls' literary societies following their banquets May 15. The Peries suffered a great loss with the death of their beloved adviser, Miss Ruth Dusha, last December. Miss Dusha had guided the Periclean Literary Society since its founding. Mrs. Harriett Pheatt, who became the new Peri adviser, is much to be commended for encouraging the group to complete the year successfully. Officers were Jane Fenner, president, Jeanne Ricker, vice president, Judy Denzig, treasurer, Anne Schlicher, recording secretary, Donna Callaghan, corresponding secretary, Marilyn Rosa, chaplain, and Sharon Cupp, censor. PERICLEAN LITERARY SOCIETY ROW 'l: Charlotte Bowes, Suzie Reetz, Ginnie Potter, Susan Schnell, Valerie Loos, Sally Wendel, Judy Niehous, Rhea Altenbaugh, Judy Rouch. ROW 2: Norma Dopfer, Sherry Bellair, Jackie Endsley, Ruth Wassmund, Miss Kirk, Margie Kravetsky, Brenda Boughton, Mary Jo Aufderheide, Clare Bowes. ROW 3- Suzie Coulter, Barbara Kakela, Barb Pelton, Debbie Hill, Diana Senff, Jacquie Guhl, Bev Buckingham, Arlene Baird, Darrilyn Schluter. ROW 'l: Karen Walker, Jo Anne Loyer, Sharon Franklin, Linda Green, Dixie Beeching, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Carol Nicklesen, Ginger Walbank, Darlene Davidter. ROW 2: Betsy Hoffman, Marilee Abel, Kathy McCarthy, Judy Dunbar, Miss Kirk, Alice Cremean, Pat Gibson, Judy Johnson, Janet Noss. ROW 3: Sharon Schroeder, Beverly Falkenberg, Bobbie Bolander, Barbara Vogelpohl, Anita Thompson, Barb Howland, Elaine Carter, Nancy Walker, Sandra Greeley. Again this year the Philalethean Literary Society succeeded in furthering its purpose of scholarship, leader- ship, fellowship. The mass meeting for the Waite game was staged with traditional Phil vitality. Another project of the football season was the sale of pencils printed with the 1953 football schedule. Christmas time found the Phils bringing ioy with their annual Christmas basket. As their first event of the new year, they presented a skirt and sweater dance, "The Snowshoe Shuffle," with Rhea Altenbaugh as chairman. Lysbet Hoffman arranged the Mother and Daughter Tea. The spring roast was organized by Debbie Hill and Darrilyn Schluter. Marilee Abel planned the festive banquet at the Woman's Building. Literary highlight of the year was a panel discussion on the subiect of sororities. Club officers were: Kathy McCarthy, president, Rhea Altenbaugh, vice president, Wendy Kuebler, treas- urerp Barbara Pelton, recording secretary, Janet Noss, corresponding secretary: Beverly Buckingham, chaplain, Debbie Hill, sergeant-at-arms, Virginia Potter, senior censor, and Marilee Abel, iunior censor. Miss Mary Kirk, Phil adviser, again gave unselfishly of her time. PHILALETH EAN LITERARY SOCIETY 83 QW. ii .xl ...W . il Ju 1:.....uJ , ROW I: Tam Townsend, Ann Taylor, Carole Marlowe, Judy Hawley, Margaret Eppard, Margie Saccucci, Barbara McNamee, Norma Burkhart, Pat Moore. ROW 2: Nancy Reuter, Pat Fearnside, Miss DeLisle, Carole Coulson, Virginia Meinardi, Carolyn Collins, Miss Eberth, Arley McFadden, La Donna Shanteau. ROW 3: Shirley Eisenmann, Mary Kesling, Ruth Dinkins, Janet Becker, Josephine Krueger, Carolyn Wendel, Carol Born, Judy Fahringer, Grace Borton, Nancy Gibson. ROW 'I: Joyce Prentice, Barbara Sprunk, Sally Taylor, Carolyn Hoerig, Judy Porter, Carol Cochran, Elaine Ramseur, Kathleen Reece, Judy Johnson. ROW 2: Janet Kollmeier, Lorene LeBeau, Jodey Smith, Merle Gunn, Mrs. Dzialok, Joan Meister, Shirley Hepner, Jackie Fuller, Elaine Leon. ROW 3: Eleanor Bade, Pati Penn, Judy Van Koughnet, Judy Jackson, Loraine Grandpair, Lynne Bourquin, Mary Ann Kramer, Eileen Tabor, Louise Krueger, Nancy Hunt. Following their motto, "Nihil sine labore," the Zets rounded out another year of activity and service to Libbey. As part of their program, they sponsored the Central Mass Meeting and delivered a Christmas basket to a needy family. "The Hobo Hop," a dance held March I9 in the Libbey gym, was arranged by a committee con- sisting of Pat Fearnside, chairman, Virginia Meinardi, Patti Penn, Carole Marlowe, Margie Saccucci, and Pat Moore. Zet money-raising proiects for the year were the selling of name cards and of senior announcements. Tam Townsend planned the lovely Mother and Daughter Tea April 7. Inspirational literary programs centered about the theme, "Famous Women." Striving to teach good fellowship, consideration of others, the value of co-operation, and commendable school spirit, the Zets were guided by their capable advisers, Miss DeLisle, Miss Eberth, and Mrs. Dzialok, and their efficient ofticers, Janet Becker, president, Pat Fearnside, vice president, Shirley Eisenmann, treasurer, Margaret Eppard, recording secretary, Carole Coulson, corresponding secretary, Josephine Krueger, chaplain, Ann Taylor, censor, Ruth Dinkins, historian, and Carolyn Wendel, sergeant-at-arms. ZETALETHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY ROW Allen Wolf, 'Ned Neal, Gary Good, Dave Waterfield, Dave Wetcher, Barton Welsh. ROW Howard Stewart, Dick Howland, Hill Hoffman, Mr. Wirick, Fred Starner, Walter Brown, Larry Osburn. ROW Gordon Felgner, Jon Haverman, Bob Houck, Al Jamison, Don Heinz, Jim Thompson, Richard Camp. ROW Dennis Griffith, Bob Price, Terry MacDonald, Larry McCormack, Bob Litten, Gary Mallett. ROW Estil Hurst, Frank Pauly, John Nofziger, Mr. Wirick, Bob Wynn, Ronald Hadley. ROW Ron Ward, Don Fogelsanger, Don Ward, Ralph Behrens, Ed Mauntler, Jim Marsh, Terry Mallett. Another Libbey year has been sparked by Forum activities. The first social event on the calendar was "The Forum Frolic," a dance held December 4 in the Libbey gym. Arrangements for this successful affair were made by Jim Thompson, Terry Mallett, Dick Camp, and'Dick Beach. Profitable fund-raising schemes were the sale of tags for the Macomber football game and the sale of football player badges for the DeVilbiss game. "The Bi-Lit Ball," a ioint venture of the Forum and Q.D.'s, was an outstanding social event of the year. The Bowling Green Kampus Katts played for this aFfair held at the Woman's Building March 6. Jon Haverman was Forum co-chairman. Bob Houck, Larry McCormick, Al Jamison, and Dick Howland planned the memorable Forum Senior Banquet which preceded "The Bi-Lit Ball." The Forum was encouraged to achieve its purpose of benefiting Libbey and promoting citizenship, leader- ship, and service by its enthusiastic adviser, Mr. William Wirick, and club officers, Gordon Felgner, president, Jon Haverman, vice president, Ed Mauntler, secretary, and Dick Howland, treasurer. FORUM ROW 1: John Vorbau, Bill Morris, Jim Sower, Dick Baker, Fred Collins, Tom Tucker, Al Eyre. ROW 2: Dave Tompkins, Wayne Schutt, Tony Bachman, Hal Wagner, Mr. Miley, Cliff Browning, Tom Smith, Bob Hockett, Russell Deiaiffe. ROW 3: Henry Williams, Jim Morris, Jim Rogers, Tom Case, John Nyquist, Darst Grund, Don Bottles, Bob Fearnside. ROW 1: Art Funka, Ronald Carnes, Robert Willey, Ron Onnenga, Dove Gilmore, Bob Mcllvain, Ken Gallock, Dave Kaminski, Ken Eaton. ROW 2: George Rodriquez, Ken Moore, Dave Wyland, Tom Szymanski, Mr. Miley, Jim Kistner, George Turner, Jim Tucker, Jack Wahl. ROW 3: Wayne Oestreich, Jim Wahl, Dick Watts, Bob Charles, Frank Reece, Jack Frayer, Jim Featzka, Bob Marohn, Cliff Browning. With the annual roast in May, the Quill and Dagger Literary Society concluded a most eventful year. As proof of their enterprising spirit, members sold victory tags for the DeVilbiss and Central football games. "The Q.D. Shindig," a skirt and sweater dance with Ron Onnenga as chairman, was held in the Libbey gym after the Macomber basketball game. In collaboration with the Forum, the Society presented "The Bi-Lit Ball" in March at the Woman's Building. Robert Charles was co-chairman representing the Q.D.'s. The club's decision to have distinctive Q.D. sweaters brought colorful orange to Libbey halls. Members hope the style will continue in future years. The Q.D.'s were aided in fulfilling their purpose of discovering and encouraging original talent and pro- moting enlightened leadership and responsibility by the untiring efforts of their new adviser, Mr. Miley, and officers, Clifton Browning, president, Robert Charles, vice president, Robert Marohn, secretary, James Wahl, treasurer, and George Turner, sergeant-at-arms. Thirty-one new members were admitted in the fall. QUILL AND DAGGER , OSX Es ROW 'lz Don Lukert, Ken Galluck, Dick Howland, Ernie Nietzke, Pete Stroup, Bill Selb. ROW 2: Dave Wyland, Jon Haverman, Mr. Needles, Gordon Felgner, Dick Beach, Kenneth Moore. ROW 3: Ron Kross, Brian Nyquist, Ralph Behrens, Dick Gardner, Ed Mauntler, Robert Charles. ROW 'lz Robert Sorganfrie, Howard Steward, Dick Camp, Bob Willey, Ronald Thomas, Ned Neal. ROW 2: Kent Graves, David Taraschke, Mr. Needles, Bob Marohn, Art Just, Jim Kistner. ROW 3: Paul Teopas, Frank Pauly, Don Bollenbacher, Don Heinz, Jim Thompson, Frank Reece. As in previous years the Senior Hi-Y again fulfilled its purpose "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." Helpful services performed by the group were the distribution of material for the Community Chest Drive and the direction of traffic on B.l.E. Day. Among the many successful events of the year were the annual week-end outing at Camp Storer and Mother and Son Banquet May 'l7. The Senior Hi-Y basketball team participated in the Y Tournament. Club swims at the Central Y also were on the agenda. Frank Pauly and Ned Neal, the representatives to Camp Nelson Dodd, learned many new ideas pertaining to the Hi-Y. Speakers for the year, who were greatly enjoyed by all attending the Hi-Y programs, were George Campbell, Al Wilson, and Bill Kuntz. Under the guidance of Mr. John Needles, the Senior Hi-Y learned to recognize and follow the true mean- ing of its motto "Clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living." The officers of the club were as follows: Dick Howland, president, Howard Stewart, vice president, Bob Marohn, secretary, Frank Pauly, treasurer, and Ned Neal, chaplain. SENIOR Hi-Y ROW l: Tony Bachman, Ron Onnenga, Art Funka, Larry McCormack, Ken Eaton, Brent Lewis, Fred Ricker, Jim McGeary, Dave Wetcher. ROW 2: Terry Mallett, George Rodriquez, Tom Szymanski, Wayne Oestreich, Jim Morris, Mr. Rusie, Dick Eubank, Jim Tucker, John Zimmerman, Jack Wahl. ROW 3: Newell Jones, Bob Wynn, Jack Frayer, Jim Featzka, Don Ward, Al Jamison, Bob Houck, Ron Ward, Fred Slarner, Ronald Hadley. ROW 1: Gary Mallett, Dennis Griffith, Allan Wolf, Bill Morris, Terry Shuman, George Louthan, Barton Welsh. ROW 2: Wayne Schutt, Bob Hockett, Gary Good, Jerry MacDonald, Mr. Kiefer, Hal Wagner, Philip Walbolt, Fred Collins. ROW 3: Tom Smith, Bob Fearnside, Jim Rogers, Tom Case, John Nyquist, Bill Hoffman, Henry Williams. Co-operating in various activities with members of the other Hi-Y clubs at Libbey, the Junior group com- pleted another successful and most enioyable year. With the helpful guidance of their adviser, Mr. Hendricks, the club succeeded in promoting higher ideals among boys. Officers for the year were the following: Terry Mallett, president, Ronald Onnenga, vice president, Jack Frayer, secretary, Wayne Oestreich, treasurer: and Art Funka, chaplain. In April, the Junior group sponsored o South Side Hi-Y Council Dance in the newly opened South Side Y building. This year, as in the past, the Sophomore Hi-Y successfully carried out the Hi-Y motto. Speakers of the year were: Joe Miller of Central Y.M.C.A.: Bill Kuntz, executive secretary of South Side Y.M.C.A., and Al Wil- son, past member of Counter Intelligence. The week end of February 6 found many members at Camp Storer. Monthly swims were enioyed at Central Y.M.C.A. Leading the active group were: Terry MacDonald, president, Tom Smith, vice president, Tom Case, secretary, Harold Wagner, treasurer, Jim Telb, chaplain, and Bob Fearnside, sergeant-at-arms. Their able adviser was Mr. George Kiefer. JUNIOR HI-Y - SOPHOMORE HI-Y 88 f L 9 1 . 3 2 ROW 'ls Deo Wiseley, Ernie Hartman, Bill Belbridge, Bill DeSano, Roy Stevens, Ronald Kilell, Don Smith, Rodney Clevenger, Roger Skilliter, Jim Bettridge, Skip Johnson. ROW 2: Bill Alder, Dick Waterman, Tom Rice, Jed Duty, Bob Brown, Mr. Kiefer, Mr. Hendricks, Dick Heaton, David J. Wobser, Ed Thompson, Lawrence Roberts, Jim Bowles. ROW 3: Ronald Lingeel, Alan Fanaff, Harold Hecklinger, Stan Burden, Barry Bunting, Wilmer Frank, Jerry Mix, Rob Fox, Dick Heinz, Jon Patton, Chuck Hopkins, Dennis Walterreit. ROW 'I: Carol Kahn, Carolyn Hoerig, Carol Nickelsen, Janet Fifer, Carol Peters, Judy Roush, Barbara Battig, Elaine Ramseur, Carol Myers. ROW 2: Bonnie Osborne, Marilee Abel, Sandra Sanderson, Suzie Reetz, Miss Kanney, Mr. Osgood, Valerie Loos, Ann Taylor, Nancy Ohler, Clare Bowes. ROW 3: Judy Schnell, Marilyn Moyer, Margaret Eppard, Joyce Frank, Grace Borton, Louise Krueger, Jeanne Hards, Shirley Hepner, Norma Burkhart, Marilyn Hogendobler. ROW 4: Judy Hess, Pati Penn, Anita Thompson, Esther Fleming, Ruth Dinkins, Jean Kerns, Janet Becker, Judy Jackson, Sharon Jones, Jackie Endsley, Carol Van Karsen. During its first year the Freshman Hi-Y Club steadfastly adhered to the policy of promoting higher ideals among boys. One of its early endeavors was to join the other Hi-Y Clubs in opening the new South Side Y building. For recreation members attended Camp Storer during their spring vacation and participated in a splash party at the Y.M.C.A. Mr. Kiefer was the adviser in charge of orienting the new organization. Capably assisting Mr. Kiefer were officers: Stan Burden, president, Dea Wiseley, vice president, Dick Heinz, secretary, Bill DeSano, treasurer: and Bob Fox, chaplain. Collecting attendance, recording absences, filing excuses, and running errands to the classrooms consti- tuted the busy days of the deans' aides. These girls were chosen for efficiency, dependability, and scholarship by the deans, Miss Kanney and Mr. Osgood. Selected for their competence in the business field, the office helpers gave valuable assistance in the management of the Main Office. In the past year, as well as in preceding years, these groups performed a valuable service for the school. FRESHMAN HI-Y-DEANS' AIDES and OFFICE HELPERS .W...,,, m4n-. A... ROW I: Rhea Altenbaugh, Ned Neal, Shirley Wilson, Mr. Martin, Ruby Browning, Darlene Davidter. ROW 2: Dolores Martin, Nancy Miller, Don Jahns, Barbara Pelton, Sally Kuebbler, Nancy Reuter ROW I: Nancy Pommeranz, Maiul Skinner, Susie Key, Arley McFadden, Margie Mehlman, Nancy Walker, Fran Mucci, Nancy Clark, Susan Schnell, Clare Bowes, Linda Green. ROW 2: Carol Fitzgerald, Rosemary Wolfert, Alvin Eyre, Barbara Howland, Miss lrwin, Susan Coulter, Bill Selb, Roger Kronman, Maniaa Saids, Kathy McCarthy. ROW 3: Pete Stroup, Barb Pelton, Paul Teopas, Josephine Krueger, Diana Sentt, Don Bollenbacher, Brian Nyquist, Debbie Hill, Judy Denzig, Darryl Hawn, Anita Thompson. For the splendid program of activities this year, the student body is indebted to Mr. Martin. The sale of activi- ties tickets began during the first week of school. The office girls, under Mr. Martin's direction, also sold tickets for football and basketball games and sold coke and candy at basketball games. The new semester brought the sale of Edelians, with Dolores Martin heading the advertising, and Ruby Browning, the Circulation. Final proiect of the year was the Rhythm Roundup. Hard work, coupled with enthusiasm, contributed to its excellence. Many events furthering "Peace to the World" were scheduled by the Libbey United Nations Club this past year. During United Nations Week, members read peace selections on the school broadcasting system daily and observed United Nations Day with an auditorium program. A lighted globe presented to the faculty by the group was later placed in the library for student use. The group also sent representatives to the Model United Nations Assembly at the University of Toledo. Skillfully guiding the club were Miss Irwin and Mr. Baker, advisers, Debbie Hill, president, Brian Nyquist, vice president, Barbara Pelton, secretary, Susan Coulter, treasurer,' Pete Stroup, sergeant-at-arms, and Wendy Kuebler, chaplain. ACTIVITIES - UNITED NATIONS env ,W fssag 1. ROW 'l: Beverly La Londe, Rosie Hohenstein, Barbara Palma, Carol Peters, Sally Shepherd, Joan Heiden, Peggy Marks, Jeanne Dresch, Jeanne Ricker. ROW 2: Yvonne Griffith, Donna Swartz, Carol Damschroder, Rita Richardson, Miss Allen, Joyce Frank, Rhea Altenbaugh, Mary Jane McGraw, Mary Ann Hill, Renee Strobel. ROW 3: Barbara Kellar, Suzie Reetz, Nancy Hagedon, Susan Schnell, Judith Oakes, Carolyn Collins, Connie Shaw, Nancy Clark, Anne Fanaff, Nancy Rubadeux. ROW 4: Pat Romp, Darla Kreps, Joan Layne, Josephine Krueger, Betty Schultz, Diana Senff, Joyce Nieft, Carole Coulson, Virginia Ladd, Jon Bilow, Ann Heslet. ROW 'I: Donna Callaghan, Jackie Shepler, Rosemarie Martin, Shirley Emery, Mildred Thornton, Beverly Ramsey, Donna Fifer, Ruby Browning, Susie Key, Bonnie White. ROW 2: Janet Noss, Virginia Potter, Pat Hatfield, Sharon Mann, Nancy Reuter, Miss Allen, Peggy Brown, Barbara McNamee, Connie White, Sharon Cupp. ROW 3: Pat Moore, Shirley Eisenmann, Margie Saccucci, Janie Fenner, Janet Becker, Kathy McCarthy, Norma Jean Duffeck, Arley McFadden, Anne Schlicher, Deede Martin. ROW 4: Margaret Eppard, Pat Lauer, Arlene Baird, Anita Thompson, Barbara Pelton, Judy Denzig, Debbie Hill, Carolyn Wendel, Beverly Buckingham, Nell Heard, Susan Coulter, Nancy Van Tassel. As in previous years, the Senior Y-Teens of Libbey promoted understanding among races, religions, and creeds with a full program of worthwhile activities. Reverend Larson was speaker for the fine Christmas program arranged by the group. During Lent, the club ioined with the Hi-Y in conducting impressive Lenten services. In October, the Y-Teens honored the football team with a banquet in the Libbey cafeteria, for which Anita Thompson acted as chairman. A lucrative sale of mums added much color to the Thanksgiving Day game. The Woodward Mass Meeting featured a stadium pep rally. Debbie Hill wrote the script for this program. The "Candlelight Cotillion," a dance sponsored by the lnterclub Council for Y-Teens in February, was a gala social affair. Con- cluding event of the year was a splash party for members and their mothers at the Central Y in March. The success of the Senior Y-Teens resulted from the combined efforts of the club's adviser, Miss Allen, and its officers: Beverly Buckingham, president, Suzanne Reetz, vice president: Carolyn Wendel, secretary, Connie White, treasurer: Sharon Cupp, chaplain, Norma Jean Duffeck, Y Representative. SENIOR Y-TEENS ROW 'lz Jerry Badenhop, Gail Poganitsch, Jacqueline Darr, Lois Burkett, Lila Sookey, Fran Mucci, Melva Bening, Linda Salzwedel, Stella Duenas, Charalene Eaton, Barbara Sprunk. ROW 2: Sandra Keller, Sherlene Moore, Pat Mooneyham, Judy Hawley, Virginia Althoft, Mrs. Pierce, Sandra Stemmermann, Dorothy Schelling, Barbara Jeakle, Terry Thurstein, June Simmons. ROW 3: Janet Kollmeier, Darlene Pacholski, Ginny Meinardi, lrene Fink, Janice Cully, Joyce Potter, Nancy Richardson, Mary Ann Kramer, Mary Lu Samsey, Margie Kravetsky, Eleanor Bade. ROW l: Mary Sue Long, Tam Townsend, Jeri Armbrust, Nancy Ohler, Jeanne Hards, Donna Hanna, Betty Enright, Jackie Koepfler, Judy Summers, Lysbet Hoffman, Carol Nichelsen. ROW 2: Carolyn Hoerig, Clare Bowes, Carol Tucholski, Ronna Turner, Barbara Howland, Mrs. Pierce, Letitia Nowakowski, Jean Heiden, Sharon Evearitt, Joyce Daniels, Norma Sherman. ROW 3: Margie Mehlman, Nancy Walker, Robertine Bolander, Barb Vogelpohl, Jean Kisseherth, Linda Crowl, Jacquie Guhl, Esther Fleming, Ann Cameron, Nancy Hunt, LaDonna Shanteau, Carole Marlowe. The 'I954 calendar was tilled with many productive events for the Junior Y-Teens. Tam Townsend and Esther Fleming shared the responsibility tor the Junior Y-Teens' part in the rousing Woodward Mass Meeting. A timely gift-wraping demonstration was the keynote of the Junior-Senior Y-Teens' Christmas gift-exchange party. Other social gatherings were the "Jokers' Jive," an April dance arranged by Carolyn Hoerig, and a Mother and Daughter Tea April 29, for which Margie Mehlman and Karen Brown were co-chairmen. As part ot its work program, the club served refreshments to the patients at the State Hospital. An outstanding speaker of the year was Mrs. Ally, formerly of India, who spoke on "Lite in India." Members ot the Junior Y-Teens were stimulated "to grow in friendship with people of all races, religion, and nationalities" and "to grow in the knowledge and love of God" by their advisers, Mrs. Harriett Pheatt and Mrs. Joanne Pierce. Serving as otticers were: Jeanne Hards, president: Lois Burkett, vice president, Virginia Meinardi, secretary: Margie Kravetsky, treasurer: ancl Jeri Ann Armbrust, chaplain. JUNIOR Y-TEENS Shirlee Falk, Ann Slater, Jo Ann Noffke, Jackie Endsley, Barbara Harbaugh, Carol Fitzgerald, Nancy Czolgosz, Mary Ellen Watts, ROW l: Dorothy Katschke, Doris Altenbaugh, Judy Cox, Janice Gee, Chloe Ann Kramp, Linda Green, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Dixie Beeching, Marilyn Hogendobler, Marilyn Graybill, Kathleen Reece, Karen Clark. ROW 2: Judy Dunbar, Nancy Pommeranz, Beverly Falkenberg, Bonnie Meyer, Sandra Neill, Miss Haney, Sandra Ulery, Judy Niehous, Janell Maeder, Carole Van Karsen, Sue Baumgartner. ROW 3: Norma Raitz, Darrilyn Schluter, Suzanne Klein, Barb Bogart, Laurel Schroder, Marilyn Matzinger, Teresa Killian, Carol Mead, Donna Wagner, Joy Smith, Carol Myers, Judy Geis. ROW 4: - Martha Ebright, Myra Lane, Katherine Lutz, Dorothy Wittes, Carol Nusser. ROW l: Dawn Overy, Pat Sullivan, Carolyn Szul, Janet Courtad, Mary Ann Mawaski, Charlene Fisher, Maiul Skinner, Janet Pfeifer, Gloria Van Dame, Mary Rosadny, Nancy Connell, Charlotte Bowes. ROW 2: Carol Boldt, Alice Cremean, Sally Bender, Rhea Liska, Sue De Mott, Miss Haney, Janet Swartz, Judy Johnson, La Verne Poucher, Della Carmony, Carol Cochran. Gaile Meinka, Joan Kennedy, Judy Reicher, Sandra Luhring, Judy Boone, Zoe-dell Johnson, Sue De Lee Simmons. ROW 3: Gloria Stoll, Dona Thompson, Mars, Patt Betts, Sally Kuebbler, Erma Judy Van Koughnet, Carole Shipmen, Lynne Bourquin, Eileen Tabor, Sharon Haas, Mary Eberlin, Nancy Sharon Shipman. ROW 4: Sue Collins, Brenda Boughton, Ellinger, Shirley Williams, Mary Manz, One of the most active clubs at Libbey this year was the Sophomore Y-Teens. Endeavoring "To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God," the Y-Teens sponsored many service activities. They provided refreshments for all patients at the State Hospital and collected jewelry for the women patients. Other service proiects included preparinga Christmas basket and sending two baskets of fruit to the Men's Ward of the Old Folks' Home. For their own entertain- ment, the Y-Teens held a potluck supper, followed by a splash party at the Y.W.C.A. in November. Sandra Neill acted as chairman. The group also enjoyed a Christmas party and gift exchange at the Y on December 3. Judy Niehous was in charge. Miss Shirley Haney was the faculty adviser who ably guided Sophomore Y-Teen activities. Officers were: Shirley Falk, president, Janell Maeder, vice president, Alice Cremean, secretary, Carol Van Karsen, treasurer, Norma Raitz, chaplain, Darlene Bickelhaupt and Dorothy Katochk, representatives, and Sandra Neill, sergeant- SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS Cll-Gl'l'TTS. ROW l: Karen Walker, Judy Johnson, Arley McFadden, Joy Smith, Laurel Schroder, Barb Bogart, Rose Marie Koweaski, Maureen O'Rourke, Patricia Bigsby, Clara Beauch, Carolyn Snyder. ROW 2: Sandy Enright, Mildred Wills, Sharon Evearett, Jean Heiden, Linda Graybill, Miss Kelso, Mrs. Baird, Nancy Gibson, Mary Ellen Watts, Maiul Skinner, Layne Curtis, Beverly Oates. ROW 3: Sydney Craig, Sharon LeGron, Janice Gibson, Carolyn Wendel, Berna Rae Leaf, Katherine Holmes, Jean Snell, Kay Baker, Judy Jackson, Marie Talley, Joyce McGree. ROW l: Janet Courtad, Carol Nickelson, Dennis Griffith, Myron Bohnert, Arlene Horen, Katherine Lutz, Myra Layne, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Barbara Dickey. ROW 2: Suzanne Klein, Lorene LaBeau, Marilyn Leibius, Judy Jenks, Miss May, Nancy Czolgosz, Janice Zilba, Ann Hardman, LaVerne Emery. ROW 3: Jed Duty, Robert King, Werner Merz, Walter Brown, Don McLean, Robert Fox, Bob Price, Bill Clark, Charles Montgomery. The Libbey Chapter of Future Nurses of America was again profitably occupied learning the opportunities offered in nursing and the qualities essential to the efficient nurse. The eventful year included a visit from Miss Jane Sheehan, R. N., of the Toledo District Nurses Association, an informative program at Flower Hospital, and a Christmas party. To provide for their annual scholarship, F. N. A. members sold greeting cards and apples. Directing group activities were advisers, Miss Kelso and Mrs. Baird, and officers, Janice Gibson, president: Berna Leaf, vice president, Sharon LeGron, secretary, and Nancy Gibson, treasurer. Members of the Junior Red Cross and chapter adviser, Miss Virginia May, again are to be commended for serving their fellowmen locally, nationally, and internationally. As their contribution to international good will, they artistically decorated and filled gift boxes for Korean children. On the local scene, they collected used magazines for city institutions and made cheerful tray favors and flowers for hospitals and the Old Folks' Home at Easter time. The busy officers were: Walter Brown, president: Robert Price, vice president, Nancy Czolgoz, secretary, and Patte Meier, treasurer. F. N. A, -JUNIOR RED CROSS ROW 1: La Verne Poucher, Erma Lee Simmons, Margie Mehlman, Bonnie Meyers, Beverly Falkenberg, Dorothy Buck, Fran Mucci, Maiul Skinner, Susie Key, Carolyn Szul. ROW 2: Pat Sullivan, Alan Draheim, David Smith, Earl Nowak, Sandra Luhring, Miss Pickard, Karen Brown, Barbara Thomas, Carolyn Collins, Eva Markin, Judy Summers. ROW 3: Gloria Van Dane, Mary Ann Kramer, Anita Thompson, Josephine Krueger, Dick McCaffrey, Dick Eubank, Paul Teopas, Dave Gillmore, Betty Schultz, Mary Kesling, Jackie Endsley. ROW 'l: Nancy Connell, Carol Nickelson, Nancy Pommeranz, Sandra Ulery, Janice Gee, Bennie Jackson, Sue Collins, Dena Lasko, Janet Courtad, Charlotte Bowes. ROW 2: Sharon Roberts, Carole Sohnly, Myra Layne, Mary Eberlin, Eileen Tabor, Miss Fiedler, Robertine Bolander, Donna Wagner, Carol Van Karsen, Marilyn Hogendobler. ROW 3: Jerry Hansen, Richard Faley, John Tapley, Janice Gibson, Sharon Le Gron, Mary Hutton, Charles Prestin, Don Surerus, Duane Langenderfer, Dennis Griffith. The purpose of the Biology Club-"To carry out not only social ideas, but also the obiectives of real biology" -has been fully realized this year. Activities included a fall roast, the annual Christmas party, and sending a Christmas basket. The closing of the year brought a splash party and a banquet in May. At one meeting, Miss Hischka gave an account of her travels in Europe, at another, Mr. Linkie, president of the Toledo Naturalists Association, explained the purpose and obiectives of his organization. Miss Fiedler and Miss Pickard capably guided club activities, officers were: Paul Teopas, president, Mary Kesling, vice president, Carol Nickelson, secretary, and Dick Eubank, treasurer. In memory of two of Libbey's beloved teachers, Miss Ruth Dusha and Mr. Walter Lynn, the Biology Club sponsored the planting of two flowering crab trees. These trees, purchased through the sale of tags to students the week of April ll, were dedicated at formal services on Arbor Day, April 30. They will stand as living reminders of the two teachers who worked so unselfishly, teaching and guiding Libbey students through many years. BIOLOGY CLUB ROW 1: Darlene Davidter, Gretchen Leupp, Letitia Nowakowski, Peggy Brown, John Nofziger, Nancy Ohler, Carol Lucholski, Jeriann Armbrusi, Jackie Shepler. ROW 2: Denny Huff, Carole Kordell, Carol Boldt, Nancy Polaski, Betty Johnson, Mr. McClure, Loren Stewart, Charlotte Brazier, Dorothy Buck, Judy Hawley, Victon Stubblefield, Joan Crist. ROW 3: Robert Huntley, Bob Recht, Sharon Le Gron, Dennis Mahoney, Jim Smith, Larry Haase, James Williams, Darst Grund, Ben Long, Tony Bachman, Dick Carlston, Mary Ann Kramer. ROW 'I: David Durfee, Darlene Davidter, Gretchen Leupp, Letitia Nowakowski, Peggy Brown, Mr. McClure, John Nofziger, Nancy Ohler, Carol Lucholski, Jeriann Armbrust, Jackie Shepler, Dale Stone. ROW 2: Tom Hoffman, Constance Lynne Chambers, Pearl Johnson, John Wormmer, Joseph Price, Barbara Thomas, Carolyn Gordon, Maiul Skinner, Carol Dubry, Jannell Maeder, Beverly Wagner, Ronald Salzwedel, Tony Bachman. ROW 3: Roland Zeigler, Dave Heins, Ronnie Kilell, Raymond Harper, Newell Jones, Alex Damalas, Don Richmond, Evan Rice, Bill Selvey, Chuck Hopkins, Don Crosby, Dennis Mahoney. "Here comes the band!" This is the excited exclamation when the high-stepping Libbey band comes marching down the field at football games. The band traditionally adds color and zest to out-of-town games as well as to our home games. This year it traveled with the student body to Springfield, Ohio, to support the Libbey team. Arousing school spirit at games is only one phase of band activity, however. During the year, the organi- zation presented concerts at Libbey and performed for an assembly at Central High School. It also provided a gay welcome for the homecoming of the Toledo Sox baseball team. By participating in this varied band program, talented players were afforded maximum experience in the work of a large instrumental group. Students and faculty alike ioin in applauding versatile conductor, Mr. Harold McClure, and band officers, John Nofziger, president, Don Crosby, vice president: Dennis Mahoney, secretary, Tony Bachman, treasurer: and Ken Steinke, sergeant-at-arms. The annual fall roast was the important social function of the year. BAND My 'tv Yrs. ROW 'l: Donna Swartz, Jeannie Miller, Veatrice Cooper, Mary Jane Harrison, Betty Huntley, Shirley Emery, Rose Marie Martin, Sharon Shipman, Judy Porter, Nancy Forbush, Norma Sherman. ROW 2: Shirley Wilson, Carol Myers, Dawn Duftey, Darla Kreps, Audru Fleck, Mr. McClure, Mary Kesling, Mary Lu Samsey, Ann Cameron, Darrilyn Schluter, Nancy Pommeranz, Mary Osborn. ROW 3: Bill Kistner, Ronald Thomas, John Tapley, Wallace Thomas, Jim Joy, Don Bollenbacher, John Noftziger, William Dimke, Clifford Warren, Charles Phillips, Fred Robinson, Philip Walbolt. ROW l: Demetra Sheffeild, Erma Brown, Ina Johnson, Martha Ebright, Ann Slater, Barbara Howland, Marguerite Hueston, Ruby Johnson, Nina Johnson, Shirley Carter, Priscilla Coleman. ROW 2: Barbara Carter, Violet Relyca, Marcia McElderry, Mary Jane McGraw, Mary Eberlin, Mr. McClure, Johnnie Owens, Barbara Thomas, Carolyn Christen, Fran Mucci, Joanne Brown, Sally Shepherd. ROW 3: James Pirtle, Edward Coleman, Larry Johnson, Bill HoH:man, Dick Watts, Lloyd W. Cupp, Jr., Don McLean, Lawrence Roberts, Don Lukert, Dave Tompkins, Dave Waterfield. This year, as in past years, the achievements of our Libbey Choir were noteworthy. To encourage the holiday spirit, the choir sang Christmas carols in a downtown store. In March the group participated in the "Music Festival," the yearly concert presented in the Peristyle ot the Toledo Museum of Art by the high school choirs of the city. During Lent the choir enhanced the beauty of our non-denominational observances by singing a number of excellently selected hymns. An exchange concert at Central High School and an appearance on television were other major activities. On April 8, the choir shared in the dedication services of the new South Side Y.M.C.A. A pleasurable concert for students and their parents given in conjunction with the band concluded the 1954 choral program. ,- Contributing to the success of the year were the gifted musicianship of Director Harold McClure and the enthusiastic leadership of otificers, Dave Waterfield, president, Darla Kreps, vice president, Ann Cameron, secretary-treasurer, Don Lukert, sergeant-at-arms, and Norma Sherman, assistant conductor. CHOIR Q , A '.: ,.:.,,., I :: M .:-s ,,.,, 5 13. ROW I: Conrad Johnson, Laurel Schroeder, Carole Marlowe, Marilyn Moyer, Barton Welsh, Mary Jo Autderheide, Brenda Boughton, Virginia Potter, Pat Mooneyham. ROW 2: Pat Moore, Marilyn Matzinger, Shirlee Falk, Pati Penn, Mrs. Burton, Bob Price, Jed Duty, Carol Mead, Barbara Long. ROW 3: Roger Kronman, Terry MacDonald, Darst Grund, Robert Fox, Bill Steve, William Dimke, Tom Smith, Darryl Hawn, Bill De Sana, Dick Zollars. ROW 'I: Karen Walker, Judy Johnson, Joyce Daniels, Layne Curtis, Carolyn Clark, Mary Counts, Jo Anne Loyer, Chuck Chrisman, Marilyn Hamlin. ROW 2: Nancy Ohler, John Vorbau, Merilyn Parker, Marilyn Miller, Mrs. Burton, Judy Hawley, Robert Oates, Margie Maticki, Beverly Oates. ROW 3: Bill Bettridge, Howard Fish, Jim Nutter, Ernest Hartman, Katherine Hoems, LeRoy Lloyd, Linda Crowl, Robert Landis, H. Edward Thompson, John Wommer. The Classical Honor Society, directed by Mrs. Pauline E. Burton, has as its purpose the recognition of excellence in the study of Latin. Members must maintain an "A" or "B" in Latin. Students qualifying 'For membership this year were: Darryl Hawn, Virginia Potter, Robert Price, Pat Moore, Pati Penn, William Dimke, Tom Smith, Mary Jo Autderheide, Barton Welsh, Laurel Schroder, Brenda Boughton, Darst Grund, Robert Fox, Barbara Long, Jed Duty, Marilyn Moyer, William DeSana, and Shirley Falk. Ofticers, Darryl Hawn, president, and Tom Smith, treasurer, capably presided over the group. Guided by adviser, Mrs. Pauline E. Burton, and otticers, Carole Marlowe, president, and William Dimke, vice president, the Libbey chapter of the Junior Classical League promoted interest in Latin and Classical background. Inasmuch as the Junior Classical League and the Classical Honor Society observe the same motto, "Scientia arx saecuIorum": "Knowledge, Citadel of the Ages," these organizations combined for work and social programs. Members profited by a study of famous Romans at alternate meetings and by educational trips to the University of Michigan, the Toledo Blade, and the Museum of Art. The social program included spring and tall picnics and a festive Induction Banquet in March, tor which all students donned Roman costume. CLASSICAL HONOR-JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE ROW 1: Jeanne Ricker, Susie Key, 'Nancy Ohler, Fran Mucci, Nancy Reuter, Norma Jean DuFfeck, Darrilyn Schluter, Janet Noss, Karen Clark, Donna Callaghan. ROW 2: Ann Pasche, Sharon Mann, Dorothy Wittes, Pat Mooneyham, Carole Marlowe, Miss Costigan, Susan Schnell, Nancy Pommeranz, Kathy McCarthy, Pat Hatfield. ROW 3: Virginia Potter, Carol VanKarsen, Esther Fleming, Susan Coulter, Barbara Pelton, Debbie Hill, Beverly Buckingham, Ann Cameron, Mary Lu Samsey, Marilyn Hogendobler. ROW 4: Ed Petrie, Jerry Craig, Darryl Hawn, Don Robb, Dick Gardner, Brian Nyquist, Diana Senff, Dave Wyland, Paul Teopas, Roger Kronman. ROW 1: Kathleen Reece, Sharon Shipman, Sandra Ulery, Darrilyn Schluter, Jeriann Armbrust, Mary Manz, Della Carmony, Caroline Stevens, Neva Clark. ROW 2: Sue Collins, Margie Mehlman, Anne Fanaff, Miss Hischka, Beverly Ramsey, Barbara Campbell, Miss Meyers, Judy Johnson, Melva Bening. ROW 3: Judy Summers, Mary Ann Bowling, Nancy Ellinger, Mary Kesling, Diana Sentt, Carolyn Wendel, Nell Heard, Carole Shipman, Doorthy Buck. Practical experience in interpreting and producing plays is afforded members of the Dramatics Club. The 1954 repertoire included tive one act plays: "The Kid Makes Up His Mind," "High Window," "Three Potatoes for Mary," "Balcony Scene," and "Little Prison." The senior play, "The Curious Savage," was an outstanding pro- duction. "Love is in the Air," the iunior play, was also enthusiastically received. Social events of the year were a banquet and roast. Guilding the club were Miss Costigan, adviser, Donald Robb, president, Sharon Mann, vice president, Janet Noss, corresponding secretary, Jeanne Ricker, recording secretary, and Wendy Kuebler, treasurer. In its first year of organization, the Leaders Club evidenced good sportsmanship and skill. Members were given the opportunity of learning advanced sports. They also learned to assist, manage, and referee basketball and volleyball. One of the special events was the Volleyball Play-Day at Woodward, January 21, where they ranked third. In May, there was another play-day at Bowling Green University. Directing the club were Jane Meyers and Wilma Hischka, advisers, Carolyn Wendel, president, Beverly Ramsey, vice president: Mary Kesling, DRAMATICS - LIBBEY LEADERS secretary, Diana Sentt, treasurer. . e E 5 F 'T T' hs E Er Mic? . 1 Q, J. i . 'IOO ROW 'lz Neva Clark, Linda Green, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Barb Bogart, Dixie Beeching, Carol Blochowske, Charlene Fisher, Pat Gibson, Sharon Franklin, Ruthann Adams, Doris Altenbaugh, Yvonne Griffith. ROW 2: Della Carmony, Marilyn Graybill, Barbara Dickey, Marilee Abel, Mrs. Baird, Jan Bilow, Mrs. Moody, Shirley Gerschultz, Jeanne Dresch, Jerry Badenhop, Carol Damschroder. ROW 3: Gertrude Case, Dolores Cline, Grace Borton, Shirley Eisenmann, Betty Enright, Janet Becker, June Blattner, Sheila Baublitz, Loraine Grandpair, Norma Burkhart, Dawn Duffey, Marilyn Emch. ROW Joyce ROW Mary ROW Krueg 'l: Dorothy Katschke, Jackie Rippinger, Nancy Everhart, Joyce Heslet, Barbara Kellar, Sally Kuebbeler, Katherine Lutz, Virginia Ladd, Heiden, Dixie Kelly, Carolyn Hoerig, Barbara Long. 2: Anne Fanaff, Shirley Hepner, Darla Kreps, Lois Hall, Miss Haney, Miss Allen, Mrs. Flatz, Merle Gunn, Suzanne Klein, Marcia McElderry, Jane McGraw. 3: Vyvyan Hurst, Jackie Koepfier, Donna Hanna, Margie Kravetky, lrene Fink, Jean Kisseberth, Jacquie Guhl, Jeanne Hards, Louise er, Judy Hess, Barbara Harbaugh, Barbara Jeakle, Alice Hiatt. The members of the F.B.L.A. will be the business leaders of tomorrow. Therefore the purpose of the club is to create an interest in business and to familiarize its members with the duties that are required in an office. During the past year, the club sponsored numerous social activities. A Halloween Party, which was held at the Highland Park Shelter House, was the first social gathering. In October the Libbey Chapter was host to the Ohio State Convention of F.B.L.A. On December 9, a Christmas Party was held in the gym with Yvonne Griffith and Connie White acting as co-chairmen. The annual Mother and Daughter Tea was given in the cafeteria on February TO. In May the club enjoyed the Freshman Roast at Walbridge Park. Grace Barton was chairman, assisted by Sandra Sanderson and Nancy Miller. In fulfilling their motto, "Actions speak louder than words," F.B.L.A. members prepared a Christmas basket for a needy family and entertained at the Old Folks' Home in the month of January. To earn money, they sold shorthand dictionaries, pens, candy, and potato chips. B. L. A. TWKUK.. ROW iz Barbara Sprunk, Lois Burdett, Sharon Shipman, Carol Vanderluit, Shirley Williams, Donna Starklofif, Carol Nusser, Carol Thompson, Pauline Rasey, Virginia Sierra, Jean McNamee, Kathleen Reece. ROW 2: Darlene Pacholski, Connie Shaw, Joyce Niett, LaVerne Swihart, Renee Strobel, Suzie Reetz, Ann Taylor, Sandra Sanderson, Connie White. ROW 3: Carleene Shuman, Nancy Richardson, Mildred Thornton, Geraldine Winn, Rita Thompson, Jim Smith, John Veith, Barb Vogelpohl, Nancy Miller, Judy VanKoughnet, Bonnie Wright, Dona Thompson. ROW 'lz Tom Gale, Sam Kerns, Gwenn Eichelberger, Bill Morris, Jeannie Miller, Gloria Stall, Demetra Shettield. ROW 2: Claudean Tanner, Ann Angell, Carol' Born, Barbara Kakela, Suzanne Sayre, Joan Layne, Nancy Clark, Carolyn Mohler. ROW 3: Clay White, Glenn Roack, Larry Mallory, Ron Kross, Jack Wahl, Hal Putman, Gary Mallory, James Strange. Guiding the group were advisers: Miss Shirley Haney, Mrs. Mary O. Houser, Mr. John Needles, Miss Ruth Allen, Mrs. Beatrice Baird, Mrs. Hazel Flatz, Mrs. Julia Moody, and Mr. George Kiefer. Otiticers for the year were the following: Renee Strobel, president, Ann Taylor, vice president, Yvonne Griffith, secretary, Shirley Eisenmann, treasurer, Suzanne Reetz, senior representative, Marilee Abel, junior representative, and Darla Kreps, reporter. Sparkle was added to school life by the humorous quips and cartoons featured in the Lib, a publication ot the Art Department of Libbey. Combining their talents to produce the toptlight magazine were twenty-tour art students, eight seniors, tour iuniors, two sophomores, and ten freshmen. With "Work!" as their motto, members of the staff published three cleverly illustrated issues this year. Duplicating was done by the oFfice practice classes with Mrs. Mary O. Houser, Director. The professional guidance ot Miss Hazel E. Bartley, Art Adviser, accounted for the high caliber ot the art work. F. B. L. A.- LIB , 'vu , gs ...W ROW la Donna Swartz, Karen Clark, Gloria Van Dame, Lorene LeBeau, Mary Manz, Sally Taylor. ROW 2: Miss Foster, Elaine Leon, Sharon Cupp, Mr. Rusie, Peggy Brown, Sharon Mann, Judy Niehous, Miss Mefiley. ROW 3: Clare Bowes, Virginia Meinardi, Carol Mead, Barry Bunting, Don Bollenbacher, Mildred Thornton, Carol Wert, Carolyn Gordon. ROW lc Pat Sullivan, Carolyn Crosby, Jo Ann Schmakel, Donna Fifer, Janice Gee, Priscilla Coleman. ROW 2: Miss Foster, Rose Hohenstein, Ruby Browning, Mr. Rusie, Pat Hatfield, Dolores Martin, Miss Mettley. ROW 3: Nancy Hagedon, Judy Oakes, Karen Brown, Jackie Guhl, Mary Kramer, Sandra Luhring, Margaret Eppard, Carol Ann Myers. he B-35fs'v4X.fty.f The need for Teachers is an ever-present problem, and thus it is that the motto of the Future Teachers of America is "to interest good students in becoming teachers." Since its establishment the F.T.A. club of Libbey has accomplished much to inform Libbey students of the possibilities in the teaching profession and to stimulate Libbeyites to enter the teaching tield. Club organization was delayed this year because of the death of co-adviser, Miss Ruth Dusha. However, under the guidance ot Miss lrene Foster and Mrs. Louise Meffley, who so ably worked with the group during this critical time, a full program of work was planned and successfully completed. To provide money for a scholarship, the F.T.A. sold Libbey bookcovers. ln observance ot its motto, the club sponsored daily broadcasts and arranged a bulletin board display to advertise "Teacher Career Week" in March. On the social agenda were a banquet in May and a tea for teachers May 10. Officers of the 1954 term were: Ruby Browning, president, Barbara Bodi, vice president: and Nancy Reuter, secretary- treasurer. F. T. A. . r wt S' :ESM L l ns- .. is Promenade your gal! Hats oFf to the most The faculty tries its hand at basketball. valuable football player Much credit goes to these deserving students. A spot of tea? 103 if 1 it f 5 We ot Libbey believe that we have in Mr. Charles Martin the finest Athletic Director in the city. The enthusiasm and ability which he has consistently brought to his position over these past seventeen years have resulted in schedules which have tested our teams and put Libbey on top. We wish to commend and thank him tor his important service to Libbey. Libbey is fortunate to have a man ot Mr. Harding's caliber as Varsity Football Coach. He is greatly re- spected by l.ibbey students, teachers, and tans tor the sportsmanship which he develops in his players. Under his direction, varsity team members learn the ethics as well as the tactics of football. Coach Harding's high ideals serve as an inspiration to all. LIBBEY ,WJ HERMAN HARDING WJ 2 PHIL Moses aiu wmlcx LEO CAMPEY Another year is over, and once again our Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Mr. Robinson, has met the challenge of helping turn out a successful team. Preparation for the varsity squad was afforded play- ers bythe untiring efforts of Al Jeffery and Don Harris, coaches of the Lightweight Squad, and Bill Wirick, coach of the Freshman Squad. George Miley ably assisted in coaching football and also coached the baseball team. The Varsity Basketball Team of which we were all so iustly proud was trained by Coach Al Jeffery. Leo Campey, Reserve Basketball Coach, and Phil Moses, Freshman Basketball Coach, played an im- portant part in seasoning recruits. Bill Wirick was Track and Cross Country Coach. Sprains and bruises suffered by Libbey athletes were carefully tended by Drs. H. R. Carbin, Wilmarth Paine, and C. Lewis Stevens. Mr. Orville Henrion functioned efficiently as Mr. Martin's assistant. COACHES GEORGE MlLEY DON HARRIS BEY E 'E' ' " ' ..,.... 3, , 555. 352, ,ri - :. ...3m... li Lefiiia Nowakowski, Darlene Davidfer, Gretchen Leupe, Peggy Brown, John Nofziger, Nancy Ohler, Carol Tochalski, Jackie Shepler, Jeriann Armbrusf. RTS 47? Donna Callaghan, Nancy Van Tassel, Anne Schlicher, Delores Martin, Jeanne Rlcker . 49 ' Gordon Felgner Bob Mcllvain Jon Haverman Jim Wahl YEAH! 0 bw . . Camp Throws a block. ll .li ,M 7 3 George Turner Willie Boyd Dick Beach Frank Pauly 108 iii-N., 3 Beryl Henry Dick Comp Bob Willey Bob Morohn I E A M . Going, going, gone! ' fl . W - f , Q qi V . f A ' V!! 4 if ' Qi ,-'I ll - 1 fu 3 N John Stockcird Franklyn Jackson Clif? Browning Don Heinz 4? Q VARSITY FOOTBALL g ROW 1: Art Funka, Jim Wahl, Willie Boyd, Ken Eaton, Dick Camp, Jon Haverman, John Stockard, Dave Kaminski, Dick Jackson, Allan Wolf, Mgr. ROW 2: Coach Miley, Coach Harding, Bob Willey, Al Jamison, Beryl Henry, Bob Marohn, Bob Mcllvain, Dick Beach, Don Heinz, Franklyn Jackson, Clit? Browning, Tom Szymanski, Ron Onnengo, Mgr. ROW 3: Coach Robinson, George Turner, Terry Mallett, Wayne Oestreich, George Rodriquez, Jack Frayer, Jim Featzka, George Galloway, Ron Carnes, Pat LaClair, Frank Pauly, Ned Neal, Mgr., Ken Gallcck, Mgr. ROW 4: Jim Morris, Bud Brown, Jim Rogers, Eddie Russell, Ray Plumadore, Roger Williams, Don Boxley, Neal Goodloe, Ron Hadley, Bill Morris, Mgr., Gary Mallett, Mgr. ROW l: Jim Telb, Ronald Coleman, Clay Waite, James Sowers, Dennis Griffith, Barton Welch, Dick Foley, Henry Williams. ROW 2: Terry Schumann, Terry MacDonald, Dave Tompkins, Barry Bunting, Howard DeTray, Russell Deiiaffe, Bob Batchman, Wayne Schutt, Fred Kelly, Don Bottles. ROW 3: Coach Harris, Artis Evans, Bob Hockett, Gary Good, Carl Hischka, Tom Case, John Nyquist, Jon Patton, Jim Keil, Coach Jeffery. ROW 4: John Kulczak, Fred Collins, Earl Schmakel, James Love, Tom Smith, Eddy Stanley, Bill Stein. RESERVE FOOTBALL 'll0 Y w,--Y ,- . FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ROW T: Bob Neal, Tony Gonzales, George Liliin, Richard Besior, Bill Coffie, Larry Mafzinger, Bill Kislner, Don Smith, Mgr. ROW 2: Coach Wirick, James Armour, Bill Schurfz, Bob Manning, Dea Wiseley, Bill Smalfz, John Mann, Hal Hecklinger, Tom Erp, Al Johnson, Coach Moses. ROW 3: Bill McClure, Al Fanaff, Stan Burden, Dennis Walterreif, Tom Jahns, Ray Stevens, John Shugar, Roscoe Ragens, Hugh Clifford, Dick Sfrahm. ROW 4: Calvin Landis, Ed Thompson, Dan Wasikowski, Rodney Clevenger, Bob Lockell, Arnold Galloway, Dale Cook, Jim Davis, Wilmer Frank, Mgr. Gary Malleif, Allan Wolfe, Ned Neal, Ron Onnenga, Ken Oallock. VARSITY FOOTBALL MANAGERS 'III VARSITY PLAYERS Larry McCormick Jon Haverman Jim Thompson Al Jamison Joe Grier Joe Kennelly , -' Ami E ew, 5 ROW 'l: Odell Arnold, Eddie Russell, Jon Haverman, Ed Mauntler, Herb Macklin, Larry McCormick. ROW 2: Frank Pauly, Ralph Behrens, Al Jamison, Joe Kennelly, Al Keller, Joe Grier, Jim Thompson, Coach JeH:ery. VARSITY BASKETBALL A 'I12 VARSITY PLAYERS Eddie Russell Ed Mauntler Ralph Behrens Al Keller Herb Macklin 1954 ROW 'l: Charles Delomofie, Bolo Feurnside, Earl Schmockle, Herb Westfall, ROW 'lz Bob Lockeif, Dennis Walteriefr, Sian Burden, Chuck Hopkins, Albert Jim Rogers, Roger Williams. Johnson, Gerald Zedlifz, Sam Sookey. ROW 2: Clay While, Jim Riiseen, Dave Swanson, James Love, Eddie Sianley, ROW 2: James Davis, Harold Hecklinger, Tom Jahns, Huber? Clifford, Jerry Coach Compey. Mix, Jon Patron, Roberf Fox, Don Smiih. LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 'I13 TRACK ,nam f T i , FUTQE S' XSBEEV xx5?f',V ROW 1: Gary Malls-H, David Tompkins, Dick Foley, Jim Keil, Bud Brown, Kenneih Eaton, Frank Martinez, Floyd Kelley, Earl Nowak. ROVV 2: Bob Fearnside, Jack Wahl, Mark Simmons, Eddie Russell, Mr. Wirick, Willie Floyd, Dick Howland, George Turner, Roger Williams, Henry Williams. ROW 3: Ronald Carnes, Cliff Browning, Bob Marohn, Jock Frayer, Herb Westfall, Don Heinz, Jim Rogers, Wayne Oesireich, Jim Wahl, Jim Wassmund, Odell Arnold, Gary Malleif, Bob Sopher, Tom Pifchford, Dick Walls, Ernie Nietzke, Dick Baker, Coach Wirick. CROSS COUNTRY 114 VARSITY PLAYERS Eddie Russell Ed Mauntler Ralph Behrens Al Keller Herb Macklin A CB, .. A E P5 ROW 'I: Charles Delamoffe, Bob Fearnside, Earl Schmackle, Herb Westfall, ROW 'lz Bob Lockeif, Dennis Walferieff, Sian Burden, Chuck Hopkins, Albert Jim Rogers, Roger Williams. Johnson, Gerald Zedliiz, Sam Sookey. ROW 2: Clay Whife, Jim Rifseen, Dave Swanson, James Love, Eddie Sianley, ROW 2: James Davis, Harold Hecklinger, Tom Jahns, Huber? Cliiord, Jerry Coach Campey. Mix, Jon Pailon, Robert Fox, Don Smith. LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TRACK x Mm 0 Q Sp la 9 1.,.-', -.,- s 2 fe. 'r J "'- Xu 5 W4 W3 wg. ' in -vis: f .vs g II A y if asai ,T ,easy sz' as B xy gif? ROW T: Gary Malletf, Davicl Tompkins, Dick Foley, Jim Keil, Bud Brown, Kenneth Eaicn, Frank Martinez, Floycl Kelley, Earl Nowak. ROVV 2: Bob Fearnside, Jack Wahl, Mark Simmons, Eddie Russell, Mr. Wirick, Willie Floyd, Dick Howland, George Turner, Roger Williams, Henry Williams. ROW 3: Ronald Carnes, Cliff Browning, Bob Marohn, Jack Frayer, Herb Wesffall, Don Heinz, Jim Rogers, Wayne Oeslreich, Jim Wahl, Jim Vwlassmund, Odell Arnold. Gary Malletl, Bob Sopher, Tom Pifchford, Dick Warts, Ernie Niefzke, Dick Baker, Coach Wirick. CROSS COUNTRY BASEBALL-BOWLING-GOLF - :E ,Q 5 , ,.,., T 19 - o B cf 42:53, J UU fl' ROW 'lz Charles Delomotte, Fred Riches, Larry McCormack, Pete Finch, Don Garner, Dick Baker, Bob Wiley, Clyde Johnson, Willy Boyd. ROW 2: Dick Camp, Jim Thompson, Eldon Eckart, Al Jamison, Ernie Nfetzke, Larry Curtis, Earl Schmakel, Coach Jeffery. , - ww' 'WE' ,W ,.-- fggg' Qawzizgxssiw r 1 Aifgrnrw zz -wifefgylgif' Q ,,,, ,i 1 lm, Wi ' 'ew Wm Wim v""'wi-Wag, ww - 1 y 3 . ' M -"' 'V ,fi , sf jf' I'51ifiEf,.' V if f . iw: 3571, y , z g.,-H . A M . 1a f2i? .:, :Z .-.- 513 - " Q . 'fr 2 ii X - 1 "" ' V WM' .. , ,Q f W' 'J 2 if L f ,... i .i,, f 1 i ff I if if '1'5i1jEj,,jf,.li'i:' if- A if 52: , 2 ""' ' -.F-1:12-11, - 5 3 Q :- I - ig " ,rg-::'j 3 1,-V: 5 El -:ii 1 1 rl ii 2 ---' ' Q Rm., fi !! H-mfg H xiwicl 'gf fi ROW 1: Gary Mallory, Bob Marohn, Jack Wahl, Art Funka, ROW 2: Jim Wahl, Brian Nyquist, Dick Gardner, Clyde Englehardt, Frank Pauly, Ed Isaacson. W I ROW 1: Mr. Needles, Pat McCormick, Jon Haverman, Ernie Nietzke. ROW 2: Walter Brown, Terry Mallet, Jim Marsh, Norris Denno, Stan Kanorowski. 115 Q-116555 4'-...,....pev 116 'N :yi'l',ii il U. I . 4 1' nbzian Close guarding! Look at that iump! And in this corner! Watch him, boys. Heads up! Nice flip, Don! The busiest part of the locker room. Bull's-eye! Kick if hard, Judy! Football practice Takes on a new look. Preparing for a game of volleyball Jackie plays a hard game. Look of that form! Bob iumps over! Don takes o left cross. I1's Q close roce! Everybody gets in the game. Foul! Balance is essential. Perfect form. Competition for Robin Hood. After cu rousing gcime Shoot, Neva! 119 A friendly conversation at the football banquet. They chose the Mrs. Rusie pours for the Phil tea. senior announcements Our memorial will be long remembered. Swell job, Jim! SEE EVANS INSURANCE for Complete Protection Personal and Commerclal ' including . Representmg THE TRAVELERS AUTO FIRE AND OTHER LEADING COMPANIES LIFE 98 YEARS INSURANCE EXPERIENCE ACCIDENT 07 ff!! E LIABILITY Q ze E. ,amz . vienna I901nf,any BURGLARY 5 f POUO Jack Evans-Pres. 2924 Sylvania Avenue Jim Evans-Assoc. Toledo, Ohio Harvey S. Martin-Assoc. Ki 5769 WA. 0916 WA. 3421 E. H. Irwin, Sales Mgr. Nita's Beau ty Shop Better Homes Appliance Sales and Service C' JUAN'-IA LARK Television-Complete Kitchens Washers-Dryers-lroners Refrigerators-Ranges-Freezers 2015 Glendale Ave. Toledo, Ohio 1438 South, Near Spencer Roofing Furnaces Spouting Wall's Drug Store Em'l Voegel' 1132 Broadway at Western 620 Soufh Sl. Clair Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Phone: MA. 1191 WA, 6226 Mark Dennis, Owner WA. 8759 2478 Broadway Genuine Frigidaire Appliances Refrigerators Freezers Wqghers Television Dryers Radios Ranges Record Players McIntire's Gibboney Plumbing and Heating Co. Furniture, Appliances, Television Sales and Service New and Modernization Plumbing and Heating 34 Years on Broadway 1430 BROADWAY ADams 3910 AD. 7161 1120 BROADWAY Toledo 9, Ohio Eriksen's, Inc. Toledo's Largest Typewriter Store Wynn Bros. 1541-45 Wayne St. PORTABLE 81 STANDARD MODELS ALL MAKES Wholesale Distributors PEN AND PENCIL SETS Toledo 9, Ohio WAIbridge 5145 SCHOOL SUPPLIES 325 Erie Street MAin 1193 , "Our Mission In Life ls To Serve You Well" Glauser s Flowers FOTH 8. SON NIORTUARY "Q'4een!ma4e 4a.eA!z" We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere 61 Years of Service City-Wide Delivery 4510 Woodville Rd. 2310 Jefferson Ave. Near Collingwood -l-Aylor 4684 Toledo, Ohio 31 YEARS OF RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE! COLLINS and PARKER, INC. DRUG STORES 445 South IAt Maumee Ave.1 1347 E. Broadway fAt Albertj A Registered Pharmacist Always At Your Call Tune up and brake service COMPLIMENTS OF R 8. R Marathon Service Station Detroit 8. Arlington Phono-wflllofsolgo ol9o Toledo, Ohio Heine's Fish und Chips For Fine Foods 515 SPENCER WA. 9871 Russell's Formal Rental Service Special prices for students White Dinner Jackets Light Blue Dinner Jackets Dark Blue Trousers Complete Accessories Shoes gsgsisisgsgeifisl Qigsiiijifiiiiiii.32555552535 5555255525255 Open Evenings Till 9:30 405 Broadway MAin 0380 Near Union Station Neal's Drug Stores We fill your neighloor's prescriptions Do we fill yours? Two convenient locations 1051 Western 2596 Broadway Compliments of Hankey Sales Wholesale Auto Parts 110 14th Street Ewalds Variety Stores 1049 Western Ave. GA. 3914 Toledo 9, Ohio Hi Seniors: I AUTO-LITE OFFERS A seeure future! Top 'working conditions! Growing opportunities ! If you have been wondering about your future-what you're going to do after graduation-check with Auto-Lite. Over the years we think you'II enjoy working with us for a lot of reasons, such as: Good Salary-Insurance-HospitaIization- Pension Benefits. Those are normal and good reasons, but Auto-Lite has more to offer. In Auto-Lite you'II have an employer big enough to assure steady employment-and an employer who is interested enough to see that those who contribute are rewarded and get ahead. Openings now exist for a lot of good jobs! Take a look at this list and see which one suits you best: STENOGRAPHERS BUSINESS MACHINE OPERATORS TYPISTS MAIL OR FILE CLERKS CLERICAL OFFICE TRAINEES TELEPHONE OPERATORS Your local Auto-Lite Personnel Employment Office is located at Champlain and Mulberry Streets and is open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Make a date today to see about a job with a sound future. THE ELECTRIC AUTO-I.l'l'E COMPANY Toledo 1, Ohio SIMONDS SOHIO SERVICE ' A. L. Simonds 8. Son Al and Si lf it is a Gasoline Station we have it 1502 S. Detroit Item SPANGLER CANDY wishes your school success The finest in candy! 313 Monroe Toledo, Ohio Byrne Rd. 81 Chicago Pike Toledo, Ohio WA. 0125 WA. 9271 WA. 0115 1512 Dorr St. FA 1886 U-Need-A Cleaners Clifford A. Funka 512 Spencer St. WA 4343 m. R. Mac's Radio Repair INFANTS CHILDREN TEENS JUNIOR and MISSES WEAR Tot and Teen Shoppe 3660 Rugby Drive Toledo 14, Ohio "Mac" McFadden MAin 9568 ELgin 1581 GOOD LUCK SENIORS! Radio and Television Service 1026 Colburn Street F. D. Bolander 8. Son Funeral Service 1422 Broadway ADams 2820 Harry B. Fisher 204 EDWARD LAMB BLDG. Disability income for lite, Hospitalization tor 100 days, Nurse at home for 100 days, Surgical expense to 5300, Medical expense to 5150, Fire and Extended, Automobile, Juvenile and Educational, Life Insur- ance, Retirement Plans, Business Insurance, Polio-Specific Diseases COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS SERVING SOUTH TOLEDO F. G. Gempel 81 Son 4326 S. Detroit HARDWARE 2389 Wayne 1609 Broadway 323 .IUI'IC'I'IOI'I Wm. L. Gempel Toledo, Ohio Beverly Dairy Bar Sundaes Jumbo Hamburgs Home Made Pies Groceries and Milk The Glendale Super Market 2006-2010 Glendale Our Personal Service Makes It the Best Place to Purchase Your DRUGS, GROCERIES and MEATS WA. 9186 WA. 3467 WA. 3466 ALBERTSON AUTOMOTIVE 441 SPENCER STREET General Auto Repair Bicycle Parts and Repair HOBBY SUPPLIES AAA Service Compliments of PATCHEN ELECTRIC CO. 501 SOUTH ST. CLAIR MA. 3187 Paul F. Acme Pharmacy 1401 SOUTH ST. Rexall Store Reliable Prescription Service Rupp Earl A. Renshaw WA. 1434 Try our delicious FRENCH FRIED HOT DOGS STEAKS-CHICKEN PORK CHOPS 24 Hours, 7 Days A Week 1516 BROADWAY FA. 3112 Li'l Chef 7 GLASSWARE E Vg S, KIMBLQ 5 ji Q fix x A TABLE GLASSWARE 'mevlslou suuss '! Z QQ gf- , 1 Q me 1 3 N ' ,fry X 'N " Q '4':"f f' V - ' f S ,. ., .:.:v,,...,.... ,W EN- 3 ,Av Q ...:.:: 2 ix W Q E"giN' E Q ' X X EX jf? ' zllf '11""': "':AA: ' ' .5 MWC E' A',':-::::.',"" T '1" ":A? ,,:--- M' 7 ' usmmgnng b sax ' AUTOMOTIVE ig f.,q -1:-- ' , E ' V ' ELECTRICA? - 5 5 Q .,:: V' , lNsuLArons ., 5 'fx "T X , ,, . A , 5 .5 .A f fmflfx k LL W Ei ' 'fiiii' 1 """". f' .,:., ,,.. f 3 5.15 5- , ..,X ..., .,,:,.... ...,.,.,. , . . Q ,. ,,:.,, 1 C .-.. - 3: X PLASTIC SPECIALTIES 422 G ! OWENS-ILLINOIS 5 7 4:.. X if: 1,15 GLASS BLOCK ,,', S S :': f ,::. 941 ,Q wif E' X - Qirgi W Q. fr ,-,s S af- f ww i E J " "'k. " , f 1' Fi x , a X3 iw . N! " "'1'A' AND woo' CASES ,f . K E ! iff A i www-2 "V- f Q---' 2 , 1..V,.- 1 1-. f N -' '-', :fl 2117111-Q90-5 .PVA 9 gg . ..,,. , ,...g,, .,, R 1.. ,,:.,.-.:-,::,.1.,.1,,.:,,,:..,:.:1.,f,,: :.:, :::::. , f .1 fa Q '1'1A':'1'-""1'4":2'1 CONTAMRS f ...:-- J ff 255 'NSUMNG ""o"'mlfK gg fix :.:. E ., , W E EE fp ,.1.11 1 S '1'1:f -' :GA ' f f N V X " f .'2' 'Iff Q :'1e 2? A .11 . 2 ":' 1. ..:1 zizz, "" S ...I 11"" 'T . :' '1"'A :AZA '1"2'1-2 1 2 2 'A1' 'A. A ':" ' "" Q ,.. ,::., f Q-----: I E E viii? ::- 5 MAKERS OF PRODUCTS GWENS -ILLINOIS GENERAL OFFICES - TOLEDO 1, OHIO Congratulations To The Class of 1954 ADAM LOOS BOILER WORKS CO. AL LITTLE Your Sohio Dealer WAYNE 81 SOUTH Arthur W. Toepler Dealer in GROCERIES and MEATS ATLAS TIRES 8. BATTERIES Phone WA. 1034 2067 Wayne St. WA. 0174 Phones ADAMS 2183-2184 H' H' Blrkenkamp 1003 to 1011 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio Funeral Home Inc. 1-ruby Branch 95 Years of Personal Service Tremainsville and Alexis Road Same Location Klngswood 3772 Jim McLaughIin's Felgner's Department Store SOHIO SERVICE Standard Oil Products clolhing and Shoes l.Ul3t'lCC1liOI'1 - TlI'eS - Batteries 2231 SOUTH - CORNER BROADWAY 81 ST. JAMES CT. WA. 0230 Toledo, Ohio Art Venetian Blind Service New Venetian Blinds Complete Repair and Cleaning Service GARFIELD 'l'l44 754 WESTERN AVE. TOLEDO 9, OHIO HOMER SCHROEDER KessIer's Market JIM and TOM FRANK Triangle Sales and Service sooo usen cARs 1631 BROADWAY Groceries and Meats Toledo, Ohio AD. 6512 WAlbridge 1103 fumf The +rigkj . . . THE MONEY YOU SAVE FROM NOW ON WILL BE AN IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR STRENGTH IN ADULT LIFE ,,,,, SAVE WITH US AND YOUR SAVINGS WILL EARN DIVIDENDS TWICE A YEAR , PEUPZES' nsrmrsnnn SAWVGS 1997 337 HUll0N STREET DIAIN 5215 Telephone TAyIor 5767 Sgwll 'nv iv Mnq John Neumann 8K Sons NO lSIDVWEIVHd 03831310321 V GENERAL BUILDING ll6Z.VM CONTRACTORS 6,,!,,,E,,H, 9uA,,MM6l 364 PARKER AVENUE 9.1045 50-ICI BWI! TOLEDO 5, OHIO Io swewglduuoj Compliments of The E. P. M. Co. MOTOR TUNE-UP Specialists THE ELECTRIC POWER MAINTENANCE COMPANY 26 - 28 - 30 17th Street MAin 8191 Beverly Pharmacy and Gilt Shop 3670 RUGBY mauve Good luck Seniors! Jax Services Inc. Sunoco Products Road Service AD. 0440 1620 Broadway at South Hawley Hardware and Appliance Pittsburgh and Arvon Texture Paints Hardware-Electrical Supplies Tools-Plumbing Supplies Home Utility Tools-Fishing Tackle CHESTER R. SZYMANSKI 320 No. Hawley St. WA. 2017 wAlbridge 4111 LINOLEUM ASPHALT TILE RUBBER TILE PLASTIC WALL TILE Beverly Floor Coverings, Inc. 3678 Rugby Dr. Toledo, Ohio H. F. CBudJ MILLER M. D. ROOSE RAGER'S APPLIANCES Your Headquarters For Appliances 417 Superior St. Phone ROSSFORD WA. 5686 Wagener's Sunoco Woodsdale at Arlington WAlbridge OT69 Toledo, Ohio FUlton 1362 Toledo Woolen 81 Silk Co WOOLENS, DRESSMAKER and BRIDAL SUPPLIES 602 Madison Avenue Toledo 4, Ohio Sher-Go Credit Jewelers Trophies Engraving MeIIe,s Diamonds Watches . Birthstone Rings Watchbands Hardware 8 SP0l'lll19 Goods Silverware Costume Jewelry 1735 Arlington Ave. Clocks Compacts Toledo, Ohio Jewelry repair of all kinds "We give 'S81H' green stamps" i526 BROADWAY at SOUTH FA. 5491 Cotter's U u S D Super Service 8. Station MOBILGAS and MOBILOIL Telephone EL. 1401 2485 Broadway at Foraker "The World In Your Home WSPD-TV 4 A Complete Printing ancl Mailing Service For You . . HALL 8. ZIMMERMAN Offset Printers 1795 Spencer Street Toledo 9, Ohio Phone: WA. 8840 Wades Gable Dry Cleaners Shoe Repair "Our Work Speaks For itself" 1426 50Ufh fnedf SPGHCSYP T782 Wayne sf. WA. 8071 W. Wade Ernst Rexall Drugs LeGron's Flower Shop 1639 Bfaaaway 2615 Glendale Ava. Toledo, ohaa South Side's Prescription Center Phcmei WA- 0365 Brakes 0 Clutches o Tires 0 Batteries Russ Service Station Complete SOHIO Service 897 Spencer Street Toledo, Ohio WA. 3643 NATIONAL CEMENT PRODUCTS COMPANY 2930 WAYNE ST. WA. 3477 CEMENT 8g CINDER BLOCK STEEL CASEMENT SASH BUILDERS SUPPLIES Telephone MAin 8153 George M. Abel-Florist F lowers for Every Occasion MEMBER OF F.T.D. 1528 Broadway Toledo Ohio Luttenberger 81 Co Warm Air Heating ADams 2532 826 Broadway ADams 8413 Toledo Ohio JageI's Super Market 2552 Wayne St. WA. 7611 We cut only choice meats Every day low prices Phone ADams 1153 Res. Phone WA. 2182 Carl Mazzurco Co. IMPORTERS FOOD PRODUCTS 513 Monroe Street Toledo, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF Courtesy Cleaners Quality Cleaning and Laundry 1226 BROADWAY 968 SOUTH MA. 3835 IN BY 10-OUT BY4 Arlington Flowers Opposite Maumee Valley Hospital FLOWERS FOR Al.l. OCCASIONS We Deliver COMPLIMENTS OF 2110 Arlington Toledo 9, Ohio The Frank Curtage Company GENERAL TRUCKING 1114 Washington AD. 6821 Fred's Garage GENERAL AUTO REPAIR 1335 South Detroit coMPuMENrs OF Hiett Barber ancl Beauty C"""'i"'e"'S of Shop Kuhlmans HIETT AND COLTON O Bullders Suppl y Good Luck To The Senior Class Tom's Fruit Market MAIN OFFICE: 914 SUMMIT STREET Western and Hawley Toledo, Ohio TOLEDO CAMERA SHOP .IENNITE Everything In Photo Supplies il? 6 Hour Photo Finishing if 225 HURON STREET TOLEDO 4, OHIO Next to Gas Office BLACK TOP SEAL COATING 301 S. WESTWOOD WA. 5689 JOSEPH BISHOP INSURANCE COUNSELLOR AUTO LIFE FIRE REPRESENTING FARM BUREAU INS. CO. 919 MULBERRY ST. TOLEDO II, OHIO PHONE GA, 4639 For o Complete Line of Sport and Dress Shoes, TeoI's Sohio Service Sfop in FOR SERVICE AT ITS BEST Western and Hawley I'The Broadway Bootery" T502 Broadway FA. 36'I8 Open Friday Nite TiII 8 P. M. A LIBBEY BOOSTER COMPLIMENTS OF Hillebrand Bros. 635 So. St. Clair St. Bertholfs Gulf Service 2001 Broadway 1048 St. Best Wishes From Park Barber Shop James Ct. Toled Ohio Don S. Vollmayer 31 North Ontario MA. 5680 Pella casement windows Folding Doors COMPLIMENTS OF Beverly Hardware 3726 So. Detroit Geach's Pure Oil Service 2021 Glendale Avenue Tires - Battery Accessories Expert Lubrication Tune-up Wessendorf's Gulf Service Arlington 81 Woodsdale WAlbridge 0171 Kopfman Bakery 1940 WAYNE WALBRIDGE 0627 For The Best In Baked Goods Tile Mart of Toledo 2229 South Street Floor Coverings Linoleums Plastic Tiles Free Estimates Edwin G. Reinhardt Frans Round Up Home Cooked Meals Sandwiches - Soft Drinks Carry Out EL. 2771 802 Spencer WA 0206 Since 1863 The W. T. HUBBARD LUMBER C0 HARDWOOD LUMBER Serving All Industries INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL Wholesale Lots ALL FINEST QUALITY HARDWOODS ASH BASSWOOD BEECH BIRCH BUTTERN UT CHERRY CHESTNUT COTTONWOOD ELM BLACKGUM Toledo Owned and Operated RED GUM PATTERN PINE SAP GUM POPLAR HACKBERRY SYCAMORE HICKORY TUPELO MAGNOLIA WALNUT HARD MAPLE WILLOW SOFT MAPLE WHITE PINE RED OAK YELLOW PINE WHITE OAK CYPRESS CANADIAN SPRUCE Boat Lumber and Greenhouse Lumber - We Buy Native Standing Timber One Piece or a Carload for Immediate Delivery Anywhere 866-876 Western at Anthony Wayne Trail Allams 2621 Gingrich 8. Wolfe Cinderella SI'lOp Marathon Service 2015 GLENDALE Ladies Apparel WA. 9201 Western 81 Hawley Streets Toledo, Ohio Comptometer Students Wanted . Builds Strong, Comptometer School Graduates Are In Constant Demand High School Graduates and College Students are invited to visit our school. T take a sho ' expens' C pt C urse offered by h ma uf t II y time. Morning, f d g I s. Instruction g th I t dl C pt eter by q Ifd t M y vail bl h T I d f P grad uates. Comptometer School 'I7th 81 Monroe I.0.0.F. Bldg. Healthy Bodies Makea ,Glad Mach The Doctors Say: lllaink af .Quail of gawk MAIN 8421 lmlk gaeaq flag" S A V E A B E GI N N OW' V 0 E OPENASAVINGS ACCOUNT At the H O M E "WHERE YOUR SAVINGS GROW IN SAFETY" Current Interest 272 THE IIO 902 Broadway BUILDING AND SAVINGS C0. ADams 5191 40 When you're thinking of a career . . Think of Ohio Bell . . o A iolo with a future o A good salary o A friendly place to work THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY .,fi"'ii"'rs ,ff C"f"'eSr3.?,w5 j,! THE soum sine lumsrn co. Hardware-Plumbing I Superior FURNACES INSTALLED Lumber-Millwork Roofing Applied 2 Yards 425 Earl Street 1307 Prouty Avenue WA. 5380 l54'l WESTERN AVE. 1AY10" 1401 ADvmS 7168 For Complete Drugs uncl Prescription Service Drug Sundries Fountain Refreshments-School Supplies Stop at Seelig's Drug Store 1732 Arlington A LIBBEY BOOSTER TOLEDO BLUE PRINT 8 PAPER CO. SUPPLIES Engineer: Architect: Artist: Draftsman 316 SUPERIOR ST. TOLEDO, OHIO Home of the KAISER and WlllYS passenger cars, the world-Iumous Jeep , and WILLYS Uhllty Vehicles IllYS MOTORS, INC. SALUTES. I THE SENIOR CLASS OF LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL l Leydorf's Swan Creek Lumber Company Quality Millwork Lumber and Hardware Super Market Quality Foods -- Reasonably Priced 1949 BROADWAY MAin 1211 226 City Park We Deliver AD. 8234 Member Florists Telegraph Delivery Good Luck, Seniors! Mary A. Warning COMPUMENTS Flowers OF Show Boat 1217-1219 Broadway 555 SPENCER MAin 6231 'Ill It if given to only 11 few lo me their life span lo bene- Q 'l'!',s X W. hz all generalionx to come X so Qvsx 'A after zlaem , . . Such wa: the 'X N gift of Tlaomax Alva Ezlixon, ,W ' N 55552 V W X pioneer in applying eleciricily to better lhe lot of mankind. We are proud to bear his name - 0 f Wgfedf 5524 4,9144 Only a holder of the original Edison license may use the name t'Edison" as part of its corporation title. It is the mark of a pio- neer. The Toledo Edison Company, a busi- ness-managed, tax-paying, self-supporting electric power company, is proud to be so honored . . . In this our 50th Anniversary Year we renew our pledge to serve our cus- tomers to the very best of our ability. Good Luck, Seniors! Toledo Heights Pharmacy 1528 Western WA. 4766 4 KUEHMANSNQS ORIGINAL Americais Quality P 0 T A 'I' 0 C H I P S SERVING SINCE 1899 Popcorn Pretzels Shoestrings 43 ,Q f I f, " WHlTNEY'S new Q FUNEEAL HOME DEPARTMENT STORE 1625-1627 BROADWAY IDI Broadway Viking Temple Bldg. Phone ADams 4IO5 South Sicle's New Modern Department Store A, C, Wglfer D, C, WQI-fer Phone EMerson 0961 JIISTENQS Treasure - Craft Jewelers CLASS RINGS - CLASS PINS Commencement Announcements Designers and Manufacturers ot the World's Finest School Jewelry Main Olllice and Plant - Owatonna, Minnesota Eastern Division Headquarters - 627 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio Distinctive and Floral Creations Compliments 'From of Joe I. Cooper Florist "For those who want the best" Phone ADams 5139 - ' ' 7 1633 35 Broadway Toledo, Ohlo E. S Restaurant Niehoys Agency Insure Today-Save Loss SSS S Tomorrow 1 137 SOUTH AVENUE Service and Madison 9 cafefefiu CI' Erie Phones: O'mCe: EM. 8016 - Residence: WA. 6308 Nofionolly Known for Good Food THE SENIOR CLASS WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR APPRECIATION TO LASALLE'S PHOTOREFLEX STUIDIO FOR THEIR COOPERATION IN TAKING THE SENIOR CLASS PICTURES. Mothers ond daughters enjoy The Phil Tec. Everything recldy? EnTerTciinmenT plus! A very successful Tec, girls. 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