Elida High School - Reflector Yearbook (Elida, OH)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 140
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1958 volume:
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THE TIME A cold day 1n january
THE PLACE The unheated annual office
The theme of thrs Yearbook IS FEET FEET
are lmportant No questnon about that' They
walk they run they ache they smell and some
FEET are found everywhere Beds each have
one athletes have two yardstrcks have three and
poems have four or more
Now none of th1s has been very profound
but 1f you are not convrnced of the great s1gn1f
rcance of FEET 1n lrfe we of the MEMORIES
staff hope to prove just that
El1da Hrgh School
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times they even go to sleep.
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We are a
world of strlfe
and conflrct We
as peoples of these
Members of our
races rn some
"VUE ARE DEDICATIN G
THIS ANNUAL TO . ."
part of our world have always been engaged rn confllct We are a world w1th supreme knowledge whrch
can create atomrc bombs and man destroyrng mtssxles but whrch cannot work together for a umted and
peaceful world We now have an orgamzatron workrng for the wonderful glft of world peace the Unrted
Nanons They are natxons from all parts of the world workrng together to accomplrsh what men strrved
for and farled to achreve for hundreds of years world peace Although th1s group has made some re
markable steps toward world peace rt strll must work under the shroud of the constant threat of man s self
destructron 1n a nuclear war whrch could break our at any trme
If we the youth of rhrs world w1ll gurde our feet down the road of understandxng compromrsmg and
avordrng prevrously made mrstakes we may create for ourselves and our posterrty a world umted rn
We the annual staff and our advrsor Mr Sluss dedrcate the annual of 1958 to a world of freedom and
Durmg the past few years the Annual Staff has ch
osen someone as Annual Queen She must be rn
tellrgent and have pluses ln the clttzenshlp tralts For these reasons Mtss Ina Gamble ha b 1
s een se ected
as Queen Ina 15 a hard and dependable worker She 1S kept very busy by S6I'V1l'lg her dutres as the Bust
ness Manager ofthe Annual Staff and as Treasu f h
Ina Gamble as the Annual Queen
rer o t e F B L A For these reasons me are glad to honor
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n our class there are
many cards but he's the
o ly joker "
She IS a professional ath
lete of the tongue "
Flammg halr and a tem
per to match '
ometxmes I just sxt and
think but mostly I just
' he's the pal of everyone
but the happmess of
A 3 "
' alkmg she knows not
why, and cares not what "
Oh you Big Bad Boy '
"Th1s maxd IS meek thls
maxd IS sweet th1S maxd
IS modest and dlscreet
"I know I'm not hand
some but what's my
opmxon agamst everybody
"Ah Men' Ilove 'em
" ome men are bom free
and equal, but some of
hem get a gxrl '
' ctlon speaks louder than
words, and we hear a lot
from her "
"Honest, I'm not sleepmg
m just restm my eyes
" IS feared he w11l dxe of
stand on the bnnk of a
great career, shove me
"Her m1nd's as changeable
as her halr "
A tongue w1th a tang' ,. T
"We, of the navy
"Who sard splnach makes
"The thlngs that can
happen when he's
"A11 great women d1e I
don't feel so well myself "
f' '3 MARY CHENEY
" mlghty hunter her prey
"Every mch a man, and
there are an awful lot of
" he's a wonderful gxrl
with a smxle and person
ahty to match '
"Drop that gun Louxe
you're not foolmg any
anety IS the splce of
When fun ceases, I exlst
no more "
" eat guy wlth a cheery
hfe here's one varlety
'Lxke honey and wm
"Why bother me? I do
not need to know "
Although I'm not so very X X
ta I'd rather be short l X 1
than not at a
" urses on my Fatal
" very queen must have
DICK WA GN ER
"Be careful or I'm gor na
hurt you '
"A cheery smile to wel
come all '
You can t Judge a book
'I hate men? '
by xts cover "
"Hear me for I have been
sllent so long
' essed are they that say
nothlng for they shall not
be quoted "
"Ya can lead a man to
hlgh school but ya can't
make hlm thmk
"A charm has she 1
"A bad excuse they say is
better than none at all."
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A farmer I am, A farmer
I shall be Now I am
lookmg for a farmer she
The Joker IS w1ld
Always do right. It will
please some and astonish
Qulet but worth whlle
Tarzan eyes They swmg
from llmb to llmb
It's not what you do 1t's
what you get away w1th
It s fun to be qulet I bet
Quletness IS the strength
Much ado about nothmg
Threves respect property
they merely wrsh the
property to become thelr
property that they may
more perfectly respect
Not too serlous not too
gay but a swell guy ln
A grrl wlth many pleasmg
Mr GEORGE GREENWAY
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I would like to express the appreciation of the Elida Student Body and The School Faculty as well as my personal
thanks to the "Memories" staff and their advisor, Mr. Paul Sluss, for the production of this fine chronicle of school
events and activities.
It is always a source of satisfaction and pride to see students do an excellent job which gives them genuine
experience in diverse lines of work. The interest, enthusiasm and hard work shown by Elida students in this
practical school project has invariably been ofhigh calibre. I am sure that the 1957-1958 Annual Staff has
followed this tradition faithfully and has held to the high standards of previous years in producing this fine book.
This seems an appropriate place and time to impress upon all Elida students the wisdom and value of setting the
highest possible personal standards for all school work and extra-curricular activities. . .and of always striving to
reach one's maximum potential. Too frequently students are satisfied in following the path of least resistance or of
just getting by while in school. This hardly puts students in a good position to meet problems in after school life.
It likewise places students in a vulnerable position in meeting the competition of those students who have worked
hard and spent their time wisely while in school.
With this thought l would like to extend best wishes and every success in school and in the much greater game of
post school life to all Elida students and Elida graduates.
Superintendent of Schools
The elementary school has changed greatly in the past few years. No longer are the Three R's its sole concern.
Today the school wishes to educate the entire child for a happy, intelligent life. Its curriculum is individualized to
meet the needs of all students.
We at Elida hope to reach the above objectives. Through co-operative, democratic school activities, such a
plan can be carried out. Pupils began to realize that today's work is preparation for future living.
I wish to extend appreciation and high praise to the advisor and staff of this yearbook.
The growing need and change of the Elida Local School system requires more organization and effort
on the part of the producers of "Memories."
We hope that balance, schedule time, and guidance service can be given to all phases of this worth-
Our aim in the following classes and activities is to have a love of learning, a genuine interest in the
welfare of others, and to have desirable attitudes.
High School Principal
As in the past, the 1958 annual records in pictures and words the highlights of the school year. One
event that stands out this year is the opening of the new Junior High addition with its modern classrooms,
industrial arts department and gymnasium. As our school continues to grow in student population and
physical equipment, the annual becomes a more interesting and valuable record of school life. Con-
gratulations to the annual staff for this fine book that will be added to the growing history of Elida High
Junior High Principal
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SENIORS V1ce Pres Pete Lodge Pres Ted JUNIORS Sec Sue Chapman Pres ,Bob
Myers Sec Joan Hobbs Smlth V1ce Pres , Gary Herman
SOPHOMORES V1ce Pres , Barbara McGahan FRESHMEN V1ce Pres , Terry Boate Pres Larry
Pres , Harold Wught Sec , El Warner Sec , Karen Chapman
EIGHTH - Vice Pres., Wayne Neelyg Pres., Joan SEVENTH - Sec., Helen Deaneg Pres., Elaine
Lam:-mg Sec., Barbara Deane. Kingg Vice Pres.,Jill Fowler.
FRONT ROW: D. Davis, J. Kleinoe-
der, G. Miller, C. Kidd, S. Bailey,
B. Rash, C. Baker, M. Philpott, B.
Rothe. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Nevius,
R. Wireman, S. Barnes, S. Gracely, J.
Black, M. Dawson, M. Tumer, C. Det-
rick, S. Lawrence, J. Morgan, D.
Arnold. BACK ROW: D. Early,V.
Hendrickson, E. Joseph, M. Gillett, K.
Cain, M. Nolte, D. Shinabery, M. Hol-
lar, M. Creek, J. Searfoss, D. Lammers
FRONT ROW: J. Clum, D. Coon, J.
Nichols, J. Hilty, M. Downing, S.Hoff-
heim, C. Coffee, S. Hilyard, J. Combs,
SECOND ROW: Mrs. G. Cremean, D.
Schmidt, S. Stemen, C. Carlton, C.
Obenour, J. Fint, S. Smith, L. David-
son, L. Harter, J. Hermon, S. Sutton,
K. Jackson. BACK ROW: S. Mont-
gomery, K. Vandemark, J. Mayer, D.
Johnson, L. Hicks, D. Patton, R. Huff,
J. Page, T. Poling, P. Miller, D. Wal-
ters, P. Taylor, R. Holmes.
FRONT ROW: M. Price, S. Hower, N.
Hartman, J. Reynolds, S. Grant, J.
Burt, J. Turner, P. Sevitz, S. Borton.
SECOND ROW: J. Daniels, J. Pierce-
field, R. Kraft, T. Miller, I. Riley, N.
Leist, C. Rabley, T. Kratzer, D. Ber-
caw, T. Grapner, M. Staup. BACK
ROW: C. Pike, G. Nixon, R. Howard,
T. Myers, P. McClain, T. Brock, S.
Ga.ree, J. Sorgen, L. Miller, B. Stone-
hill, E. Hartley, D. Garrison. NOT PRES-
ENT: K. Wilson, J. Mauricio, M.
Philipps, Mr. Lloyd.
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FRONT ROW: S. Estes, L. Rex, M.
Dawson, P. Miller, B. Lukehart, C.
Mathwig, D. Evans, S. Robinson, J.
Ladd, K. Bowers. SECOND ROW: R
Morris, A. Price, Y. Nunn, M. Mc-
Curdy, B. Hullinger, S. Musselman, K.
Conway, D. Stewart, L. Miller. BACK
ROW: R. Fox, R. Reser, J. Anders, R.
Lyons, J. Holtzapple, J. Good, L. Fet-
ter, W. Montgomery, L. Smith, G. n
Musser, R. Jamison, B. Burkhart.
FRONT ROW: W. Ditto, P. Nolte, K.
Crisenbery, D. Coon, D. Peel, D. Hicks,
P. Cusick, M. Montgomery, R. Mark-
wood. BACK ROW: M. Gorman, M.
Huffer, D. Mayer, T. Gibbs, D. Max-
well, B. Hoover, Mrs. Critcs, J. Bax-
ter, R. Osley, N. Deane.
FRONT ROW: A, Faust, Pat Blaine, D.
Stirn, L. Obenour, P. Glass, B. Green,
C. Stemen, Pam Blaine. SECOND
ROW: Mrs. Slechter, R. Faust, M.
Stemen, D. Willman, M. Downing, R.
Hunsaker, E. Strohl, J. Clum, D. VVire-
man, R. Early. BACK RONV: K.
Kidd, D. Farler, J. Morrissey, H. Mil-
ler, D. Earehart, S.Scho1field, J. Nolte,
M. Warner, M. Turner, D. Bercaw.
FRONT ROW: A. Hoover, J. Reiff,
N. Chapman,K. Carnes, B. McClain,
K. Hamilton, A. M. Buckmaster, M.
Parson, C. Willoughby. SECOND
ROW: Mrs. G. Kraft, R. Long, K.
Gaskey, L. Hance, S. Kiracofe, P. By-
ers, J. Shinaberry, B. J. Fought, G.
Fruchey, L. Johnson. BACK ROW:
T. Rash, G. Reynolds, R. McGee, R.
Martin, C. Shindledecker, D. Warris,
D. Bok, M. Sheely, D. Peters, T.
Riegle, R. Houston.
FRONT ROW: P. Cox, J. Hawk, N.
Goliver, J. Ousley, K. Starr, B. Poling,
S. Kratzer, N. Estes, P. Reynolds, B.
Laferty. SECOND ROW: Nirs. McCarty,
B. Bowers, S. K.ruse, B. Baker, C. Piehl,
P. Rigg, D. Slechter, P. Schmenk, S.
Herman, M. Foust, D. Hendrickson, L.
Sellers, D. Newell. BACK ROW: T.
Long, C. Soden, B. Longbrake, B. Ga-
valas, L. Stalter, J. Swick, C. Redick,
M. Shirk, J. Fitzpatrick, S. Kesler.
FRONT ROW: R. Early, S. Hendrickson
L. Hall, G. Brown, S.Highland, J. Stirn,
N. Roberts, J. Cheney, B. Dyer. SEC-
OND ROW: Mrs. Brenneman, M. Ly-
barger, J. Anders, K. Hefner, J. Hilty,
J. Metzger, K. Blair, B. Strahm, W.
Hullinger, T. Snider, M. Heil. BACK
ROW: K. Hollar, L. Seckback, S.
Douglas, D. Green, S. Troyer, D. Sor-
gen, D. Schmidt, M. Van Horn, D.
Kraft, C. Crider, E. Grant, L. McKee.
FRONT ROW: S. Lamb, L. Wireman,
N. Sutton, B. Simmerly, S. Peel, M.
Gordon, P. l-ligbie, B. Evans, C. Schol-
field. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Kurtz, P.
Kemph, D. Evers, D. Long, R. Nevius,
D. Beerline, C. Allemeier, L. Byers,
B. Alexander, M. Foust, D. Reynolds,
D. Musselman. BACK ROW: B. Camp
bell, P. Fox, T. Miller, C. Paull, J.
Lee, J. Steiner, T. Bear, J. Stein, R.
FRONT ROW: M. Williams, C. Shu-
law, C. Musser, J. Shindeldecker. L.
Canfield, N. Buckmaster, J. Starr, L.
Bowers, C. Bivona, D. Shaner. SEC-
OND ROW: Mrs. Smith, D. Newland,
T. Burkholder, R. Rapp, B. Roberts,
R. Smith, P. Scholfield, K. Pepple, R.
Treadway, P. Smith, R. Geary. BACK
ROW: D. Van Gundy, J. Stalter, R.
Warris, J. Whipps, G. McCurdy, M.
McCormack, C. Fint. R. Treadway, B.
Baker, J. Benfield, R. Sherrick, B. New
land. NOT PRESENT: D. Downing, S.
Kesler, J. Shrider, E. Ramos.
FRONT ROW: M. Redd, S. Routson,
P. Fox, M. Griffith, V. Johnson, S. Se-
vitz, l. Ramser, F. McCall. SECOND
ROW: Mrs. May, D. I-little, J. Stein-
brener, S. Clark, K. Buchanan, P.
Walters, S. Schmenk, N. Smith. BACK
ROW: J. Hefner, J. Miller, G. Cook,
l-l. Smith, T. Hunt, L. Bowers, G. Tay-
lor, J. Gavalas, D. Covault.
FRONT ROW: D. Reynolds, L. Hirt,
C. Holtzapple, T. Ellis, C. Hardeman,
D. Bice, D. Clark, E. Schmidt, J. Rie-
gel. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Jacobs, B.
Buetner, L. Brenneman, R. Brenneman,
R. Reynolds, D. Ellis, B. I-Iilyard, B.
Gromen, R. Dyer. BACK ROW: D.
Bowers, S. Gilliland, K. Kline, J. Hull-
inger, M. Black, S. Eastom, L. Lehman
FRONT ROW: C. Henderickson, D.
Fredericks, L. Chandler, D. Barnes, B.
Strohl, K. Armstrong, J. Kowalsky,
D. Newland, S. Holtzapple, N. Stein,
S. Foust. SECOND ROW: Miss Holt-
zapple. B. Swick. L. Boothby, J.
Querry, B. Daniels, S. Brenneman, B.
Obenour, J. Webb, S. Witham, D. Sulli
van, D. Hyde, F. Zerbe. BACK ROW:
J. Hoover, T. Willoughby, M. Alexan-
der, M. Weddle, D. Hunt, P. Swickrath,
M. Thompson, K. McCormack, C.
Ward, L. Layman, R. Kraft, T. Spears.
NOT PRESENT: B. Ladd, D. Lybarger,
B. Stockton, G. Wilsey, S. Miller.
FRONT ROW: K. Kizer, C. Cox, D.
Fredericks, C. Burton, P. McConnell,
E. Van Schoyck, C. Willet, K. Kuhns,
D. Metzger, C. Leiser. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. C. Stim, R. Jamison, D. Good,
W. Hullinger, B. Thomas, R. Price, M.
Brown, M. Askins, N. Busick. L. Kline,
R. Parsons, J. Pike. BACK ROW: B.
Musser, J. Brenneman, E. Martin, G.
Mignin, R. Stephens, C. Slade, D.
Black, T. Van Horn, C. Sheldon, L.
Ausley, B. Rabley, B. Glaze, S. I-lorf.
NOT PRESENT: D. Libert, N. Hoover,
FRONT ROW: S. Roberts, J. Snider,
L. Scheer, D. Miller, M. Deane, D.
I-larter, M. Sellers, J. Hadding. SEC-
OND ROW: Miss Best, W. Smith, B.
Good, L. Griffith, D. Byers, K. Renner,
R. Slechter, J. Newland, B. Bible.
BACK ROW: N. Evans, R. Kahler, M.
Long, J. Hinds, G. Broshes, R. Edwards,
S. Crider, D. Kohlhorst. NOT PRES-
ENT: T. Bear, G. Coon, S. Downing,
M. Gibbs, J. Hadding, K. McCormack,
S. McLean, E. Miller, C. Phillips, S.
Reese, K. Shaner, C. Sroufe, S. Wallace,
J. Ward, S. Wimer.
FRONT ROW: J. Lybarger, T. Mauck,
L. O'Neill, L. Lyons, R. Miller, C.
McLish, L. Mefferd, L. Sprang, R. John-
son, P. Kraft. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs.
Johns, B. McKee, T. McKinney, Y.
Maxwell, C. Spurbeck, L. Lafferty, J.
Markwood, R. Morvay, R. Kline, J.
Schmidt. LAST ROW: S. Morris, D.
McCormack, D. Oder, D. Miller, D.
Liggett, B. Lee, D. Owjsley, K. Keis-
wetter, S. Maloney, G. Johnson, C.
FRONT ROW: K. Altstetter, S. Der-
ringer, S. Anders, S. Berry, B. Bowers,
K. Buckmaster, L. Bok. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Lucas, D. Carl, M. Bowers, R.
Cusick, C. Dreiling, L. Conkle, M.
Baxter,G. Bowers, D. Daniels. BACK
ROW: T. Allemeier, M. Cummings,
E. Carlson, R. Bice, T. Black, D. Bow-
man, S. Bivona.
FRONT ROW: C. Sutton, N. Priddy,
B. Routson, M. Nixon, S. Van Dyke,
P. Shulaw, B. Schiffler, S. Sevitz, K.
Stein, G. Rothe. SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Holtzapple, R. Schmenk, R. Weber,
D. Smith, L. Stewart, M. Shrider, D.
Renner, J. Simerly, G. Schultz, D.
Wilkins, BACK ROW: L. Lukehart,
R. Springer, A. Sherrick, C. Zuber,
S. Radulovich, S. Wireman, P. Warner,
K. Stemen, D. Redick. NOT PRES-
ENT: L. Miller, B. Swickrath. R.
Stalter, G. Shaffer, R. Smith.
FRONT ROW: J. Kemph, C. Guenther,
J. Johns, S. Endsley, M. Estes, P. Hall,
J. Friedman, T. Hoelle, L. Foust, R.
Hittle. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Schulien,
L. Geise, P. Good, D. Early, J. Hollar,
S. Goodenough, D. Klernan, K. John-
ston, C. Hefner, M. Flick. BACK ROW:
J. Hirt, D. Higbie, M. Hinton, S. Harris
R. Koraeofe, G. Hall, J. Jackson, D.
Liggett, D. Grant, C. Hawk, C. Good,
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5,2 top in 1957, having the best defensive record and the second best offensive
Qi record for the league season. The team was not big in size nor in weight
5 but the team put out their most and did their best. These reasons are why
U 'E E Elida was football king this year.
93325 -.T Holding Elida's opponents for the entire season to two touchdowns was
gf E Elida's strong line manned by Murry Mewharter, Pete Lodge, Jim Libert,
Dick Ladd, and Gale Crisenberry.
Leading the offensive attack for Elida were Herb Strayer, Dick Wagner,
E Ross Smith, John Desenburg, and Ronny Shafer. On the whole Elida had a
'-1 Qi! J very successful season.
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LEFT to RIGHT: Herb
The Elida High School basketball team wound up
its season with a league record of six wins and three
losses, which placed them in third place in the
Northwest Conference League. The team 's record
for the entire season was twelve wins and only four
losses, putting Elida near the top of the list in
The highest scorer for the team was senior Herb
Strayer with a season average of 14.6 points. While
Dick Wagner and Ray Sroufe controlled the boards.
Maury Zerkel and Dwain Metzger dropped in the
points from out in front. We are all proud of our
CO-CAPTAINS: Herb Strayer and Dick
VARSITY BA SKETBALL SCORES
60 Columbus Grove 47
52 Spencerville 54
'70 Bath 38
49 Wapakoneta 54
69 Bluffton 73
58 Lafayette 42
68 Beaverdam 59
66 Gomer 63
82 Delphos Jefferson 63
58 Shawnee 55
70 Beaverdam 68
58 Ada 60
80 Harrod 70
75 Bath 61
51 Lafayette 47
64 Beaverdam 45
48 Gomer 64
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J. Buchanan, B. Koch, J. Libert. SECOND ROW: J. Fishpaw,
P. Lodge, D. Wagner, D. Metzger, H. Strayer, R. Sroufe, R.
Smith, K. Johns, G. Crisenberry. BACK ROW: Coach
Schreiber, D. Morris, M. Mewhorter, J. Desenberg, R. Shafer,
G. Hermon, H. Wright, J. Shafer, D. Ladd, T. Myers.
The Varsity "E" is an organization set up for boys who have received a letter in a varsity sport.
Once a boy has been awarded a letter he is automatically a member of the Varsity "E," During bas-
ketball season these boys help to run a concession stand on the nights of the basketball games. Boys
receive a medal for a sport in which they earn a letter. If they are in more than one sport they must
choose the medal that they desire. A special event each year for players only is to go to a collegiate
football game. The advisor is Mr. Schreiber.
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FRONT ROW: D. Putman, D. Kizer, J. Bame, M. Heath, D. Morris, R Rodney,
L. Bigelow, J. McCue. SECOND ROW: R. Kraft, L. Warner, R. Ridenour N
Miller, J. Boate, T. Boate, J. Ehresman, B. Kinkley, B. Dawson. THIRD ROW
Jr Mr. John Stevenson, L. Timlinson, L. Mathwig, B. Eantz, B. Blymyer, T Wade
W. Riley, B. Highland, J. Shearer, R. Hartoon. BACK ROW: F. Foard E
Phillips, P. Good, H. Davis, T. Shelley, L. Kuhns, H. Kruse, E. Jackson R Hile
C. Lee, A. Gamble, G. Spees, G. Bowers.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCORES
Delphos St. Johns
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SCORES
Delphos St. Johns
FRONT ROW: R. Rodney, D. Kizer, C. Riley, G. Stever,
Jr D. Moms, M. I-1earh,1.. Bigelow, L. wamer. BACK ROW:
Coach George Radulovich, J. Hobbs, B. Kinkley, T. Boate
J. Boate, J. Ehresman, N. Miller, B. Dunahay.
FRONT ROW: S. Perrine, P. Hyde, F. Early, D. Fetter, G.
Jr Bowers, F. Early, M. Metzger. SECOND ROW: D. Shinn,
W. Nealy, B. Highland, B. Fantz, W. Riley, L. Mathwig, R.
Welker, G. Bowers, B. Shafer, N. Sroufe. BACK ROW: .
Coach George Radulovich, R. Broshes, J. Nichols, R. Har-
K toon, T. VanShoyck, L. Layman, G. Spees, E. Jackson, A.
Gamble, S. Strayer, E. Phillips, B. Dunahay, Manager.
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FRONT ROW J Price, S Fair, P Lodge, M Cheney, J Preuss, B Layman, K Holtzapple SECOND
ROW Miss Edwards J Br1llhart,J Raabe E Armentrrout, P Thompson, M Gracely, C W11sey,C
Knight M Wade, S M11ler,L Wood, J Stockton, K Musselman, C Faunce, K Buettner M Lapham
D Ward THIRD ROW J Parrott, S Morris, N Davis, J Hollar, D Hefner, K K1zer,S Lucke M
Layman, J Laman, M LaRue, S Cook, J Sodders, C Hunter, N Rader, S Chapman, E Ruff, D Patton
BACK ROW M A Holtzapple, J Turner, B Kruse, J Croft, P Sullivan, K Chapman, C Follas, S
Barailloux, L Sroufe, S Nunn, R Fmt, B McGahan, C Wade
The Girl s Athletic Association is an organization for all girls who are inter
ested in athletics The club s purposes is to promote good sportsmanship and
co -operation with others. The annual dues are 50 cents. The homecoming
dance which is sponsored by the GAA is one of the big highlights of the year.
Awards are given by a point system: 25 points numerals 50 points letter-
75 points pin- 100 points certificate. The girls physical education teacher
is the advisor Miss Edwards.
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FRONT ROW: S. Wixon, W. Driver, K. Briggs, S. Sullivan, C. Morris, C. Lohr H. Deane SECOND ROW:
Miss Edwards E Hawk, E. LaRue, J. Redd C. Kruse, M. Wilson, J. Lamen, L. Nevius, M. Breda, C. Rex,
D Hunter, J. Laing, L. Willoughby. BACK ROW: M. Stockman, P. John, C. John, D. LaRue, A. Lodge,
J. Fouler, J. Miller, A. Paul, B. Damon, V. Holtzapple, D. Metzger, D. Kohlhorst, M. Fanaff
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ROW: B. Fantz, C. Clark, A. Deane, M. Zerkle, J. Laman, J. Preuss, V. Holtzapple, R. Smith, M. Miller, J. Wil
kins, R. Rodney.
The Student Council is Elida High School's leading service
organization. It is composed of student leaders from grades '7
through 12. The organization's purposes are: to encourage
better school spirit, to develop student citizenship, and to
work toward the closer and more friendly relationship
between students and faculty. Some of the accomplishments
of the Council in the last years are as follows: student
exchange program with Rockford, raising money for the
Donald Arn hero fund, collecting clothing for the World
Clothing Week, decorating and managing Homecoming,
raising money for Hungarian relief, and publishing a student
handbook. The Student Council is proud of its achievements
and is looking forward to more opportunities for bettering the
school. The Student Council is under the leadership of Ross
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Janice Lamang BU SINESS MANAGER, Ina Gambleg Terry Hollar, Mary Fishpawg WRITE UP MAN, Maury Zerkel,
Dwight Hartmang EDITORg Art Deaneg SPORTS EDITOR, Mickey Altenburgerg ARTIST, John Desenburgg Mary
Holtzappleg Halffhead, Lee Bryan.
N NUAL STAFF
The yearbook staff produces the school annual, Memories. It
portrays the school, its students, its teachers, arid its activities in
writeups and pictures. The organization is made up of juniors and
seniors who show the very best literary characteristics in the school.
The staff includes an editorial staff which sees that the pictures and
copy are taken care of and business staff whose job is to supply suf-
ficient funds with which to operate. The students who are members
of this organization put forth much time and effort publishing this
book and receive no scholastic credit. They deserve much praise for
their efforts and achievements. The staff is under the supervision and
direction of Mr. Sluss.
PHOTOGRAPHER, Ted Myers
FRONT ROW: D. Earehart, T. Davis, R. Kruse, L. Stemen, A. Huber, K. Johns, P. Huber, M. Golivar, Mr. Landon
BACK ROW: P. John, C. Foust, C. Riley, R. Ridenou., J. Foust, C. Ridenour, G. Crisenbery, O. Etgen, J. Patton,
M. Wilkins, R. Etgen.
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The Future Farmers of America is an organization affiliated with
the national organization. Its purpose is to teach the boys better
farming methods. Some of the clubs activities are field trips and to
participate at the county fair. Each member has an individual pro-
ject of his own. The Vocational Agriculture teacher is the advisor.
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Junior Achievement of Greater Lima con-
sists of 12 companies. It was organized for the
first time this year. Our chief advisor is Tom
Junior Achievement consists of youngsters
running their own businesses and drawing wages
There are seven students from Elida employed
by Junior Achievement. They are Bob Beck-
Becky Kline, Secretaryg JoAn Altenbergerg
Judy Daniels, Sales Managerg Ellen Garrison
and Penny Lodge.
FRONT ROW: B. Kline, J. Brillhart, B. Beckman. BACK ROW:
J. Daniels, J. Altenburger, E. Garrison.
At the time of the final deadline for the annual the Senior Class play had not be selected.
man, Presidentg Judie Brillhart, Vice Presidentg
VALEDICTORIAN: Ross Smith, SALUTATORIAN:
SENIORS' Sandra Sodders, Alan Rothe Joyce Preuss, Herb Stra er
Ina Gamble, Mary Cheney, Anita Lapham, Ross Smith, Ted Myers.
HO OR SOCIETY
The Honor Society is a group of the top students of Elida from grades eleven and twelve. They are chosen by
the teachers for their grades, leadership, character, and school service. The Honor Society is one of the most
honored recognitions a student can get during the school year. The students who made this group should be con-
gratulated for their efforts and their service to the school.
JUNIORS: Janice Stalter, Judy Croft, Janice Laman, Mary
Ann Holmapple, Joyce Hollar, Gary I-Iermon, Darlyn Hefner,
Emma Ruff, Mike Miller. ABSENT: were Kay Donovan and
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Sandra Soddersg JUNIOR, Emma Ruffg SOPHOMORE, Kay
QAren't they cute ! lj
J On October 18, the Bulldogs met the Wildcats of
4 Jefferson in an exciting Conference game. Elida
, 3 came out on top 21-0 before a jam -packed crowd.
W ' ' Reigning over the festivities was Queen Sandra
U Va Sodders. Her attendants were Ina Gamble, seniorp
N. A Emma Ruff, juniorg Kay Musselman, sophomoreg
' 'Q Janet Raabe, freshman. After the game a dance
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J time was spent on decorating for the dance. Every-
' . ' one seemed to enjoy himself. Alan Rothe was
Master of Ceremonies.
QUEEN Sandrag QB1ackiej Smith
You te11'em Pete The QUEEN and her COURT Emma Ruffg M.C., Alan Rothe.
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WELCOMIN G FEET
FRONT ROW: S. Holmes, S. Cook, K. Fair, M. Holtzapple, J. Daniels, M. Gracely, B. Martin, M. Miller. SECONF
ROW: M. Miller, J. Eliresman, C. Wilsey, C. Follas, R. Smith, T. Boate, T. Meyers, B. Kinkley. BACK ROW:
D. Grapner, B. Brenneman, E. Wilkins, M. Altenburger, C. Clark, M. Burden, J. Wilkins, D. Kizer, R. Rodney,
A new plan was brought into effect at the beginning of the school year 1957-1958. This new
system's purpose is to greet visitors ofthe school and to help create as fine an atmosphere as possible
in the corridors. This service is sponsored by the Student Council of Elida High School.
My feet, they haul me Round the House,
They Hoist me up the Stairs,
I only have to steer them, and
They Ride me Everywhere.
By Gelett Burgess
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FRONT ROW: A. Lapham, Treasurerg P. Herring, Vice President, I. Gamble, Presi-
dent. BACK ROW: P. Lodge, Student Directorg E. Sitcler, Managerg H. Stockman,
ELIDA HIGH SCHOOL BAND
The members of this years band came back to one of the most beautiful bandrooms in Northwestern Ohio They
studied under the able direction of Mr. Gene Wollenhaupt. The Board of Education and the Band Boosters con
tributed generously to furnish much-needed instruments for a bigger and better balanced band. There is a growing
interest in music reflected in the many pupils who have started in band work this year. The band participated in
many activities this year. It furnished the halftime music for the football games. The band members also worked
hard in preparation for the district contest, the Christmas program, and the spring concert.
FROM LEFT to RIGHT: C. Wade, M Cheney,
J. Pruess, S. Sakemiller, S. Fair, J May J
Morris, M. Wade.
FRONT ROW: B. Kidd, I. Gamble, T. Treat, D. Hunter, D.
Vandemark, D. Bish, E. LaRue, D. Adams. SECOND ROW: J
Sodders, A. Lapham, J. Croft, L. Little, J. Snyder, D. Metzger
P. Johns, B. Deane, P. Lodge, L. Gamble, S. Miller.
LEFT to RIGHT: L. Gamble, J. Collins, L.
Creek, P. Herring, T. Snow.
FRONT ROW: E. Phillips, R. Hartoon, B. Musser, J. McBride
B. Wilkins, C. Hatter, P. Clark, B. Shirk. SECOND ROW: M
Lapham, E. Sitcler, W. Neely, S. Carlson, H. Stockman, M.
Grant, G. Graymire, C. John, L. Sroufe. BACK ROW: M.
Sroufe, A. Mauricio, V. Holtzapple, C. LaRue, A. Lodge, L.
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GIRLS? FRONT ROW: P. Lodge, R. Kline, J. Brillhart, L. Lohr, K. Leppla, J. Parrott, J. Raabe, J. Price, S.
Bonebright. SECOND ROW: M. Fishpaw, A. Yinger, Mrs. Cohee, E. Garrison, N. Buckmaster, J.
Kraft, E. Stemen, C. Wilsey, K. Kizer, S. Cook, K. Buettner,U. Beerline, C. Faunce, M. Gracely, M.
Wilkins. THIRD ROW: M. Ehresman, P. Thompson, J. Stalter, B. Layman, L. Wood, K. Musselman,
J. Sodders, J. Hollar, P. VanSchoyck, D. Hefner, E. Ruff, M. LaRue, Layman, J. Altenburger,
McKinney, S. Morris, H. Good. FOURTH ROW: M. Hartley, B. Kidd, A. Lapham, H. Steman, B.
Kruse, S. Sodders, J. Martin, M. Mann, I. Gamble, P. Ford, J. Hobbs, R. Miller. BACK ROW: M.
Lapham, P. Herring, L. Stemen, S. Nunn, S. Fair, B. McGahan, J. Croft, L. Long, C. Follas, K. Chap-
man, L. Sroufe, D. Broshes, S. Sakemiller, M. Cheney, J. Preuss, M. Holtzapple, J. Meyer, J. Daniels
The girls' glee club is for girls in grades 9 through 12 who like music and have an ability to
sing. They start right after Christmas to prepare for district auditions and state contests. The glee
club ranks high in the district and state contests. They work hard to prepare for school programs,
such as: assemblies, concerts, and PTA programs. Their efforts have resulted in bringing not only
pleasure to themselves but also recognition to the school. Their service is greatly appreciated by
all of the students and the people in the community. The director of the group is Mrs. Pearl Cohee.
The glee club is accompanied by Dorthy Broshes and Janet Raabe.
FRONT ROW: H. Good, D. Leist, K. Pair, D. McKinney, M. Lapham, C. Harter, D. Adams, C. Kim
mel, S. Holmes, J. Morris, L. Gamble, B. Martin. SECOND ROW: P. lord, J. Meyer, M. Wilkins,
- A. Yinger, J. Hollar, S. Nunn, S. Cook, K. Chapman, C. Follas, L. Sroufe, M. Miller, M. Gracely,
D. Hefner, S. Chapman, K. Leppla, J. Parrott, Mr. Wollenhaupt. THIRD ROW: J. Kraft, P. Thomp
son, E. Stemen, J. Brenneman, E. Sitcler, D. Hartman, D. Shinn, W. John, J. Stienbuck, B. Thomp-
son, C. Wilsey, S. Searfoss, L. Bercaw, R. Erskine, B. Laman, P. Herring, J. Raabe. BACK ROW: H
Wright, G. Scott, D. Hartman, G. Sandy, M. Mewhorter, R. Smith, H. Strayer, P. Lodge, R. Sroufe,
D. Metzger, J. Desenberg, H. Stockman, D. Redd, R. Woollum, R. Davis. D. Kesler, J. Nebergall.
The mixed chorus is open to any student, grades 9 through 12, who is willing to co-operate and
ork toward improving the chorus. The chorus performs in many of the schoo1's musical produc-
ions. Some of the programs it puts on for the school are an operetta, a spring concert, Z1 Christmas
rogram, and an Easter Cantata. They also compete in district and state contests. The director of
he mixed chorus is Mr. Wollenhaupt.
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FRONT ROW: P. Herring, B. Kidd, H. Stemen, I. Gamble, B. Kruse, J. Hobbs, P. Ford, A. Lapham, J. Mattingly
SECOND ROW: J. Preuss, S. Sodders, S. Sakemiller, T. Myers, P. Lodge, R. Smith, M. Cheney, E. Denlinger,
S. Fair, C. Faunce, J. Parrott, Mr. Hayduk. THIRD ROW: J. Brillhart, R. Miller, C. Wilsey, M. Gtacely, K. Buet
trier, J. Laman, J. Preuss, M. LaRue, M. Holtzapple. FOURTH ROW: S. Bonebright, S. Chapman, J. Hollar,
E. Ruff, K. Chapman, B. Swick, C. Follas, D. Broshes, S. Nunn, L. Sroufe, D. Hefner, N. Davis. BACK ROW:
J. Raabe, N. Rader, J. Altenburger, E. Garrison, P. Lodge, H. Stockman, M. Stockman, D. Ward, A. Mauricio
B. Hilty, M. Grant.
National Thespian Organization. The purpose of the club is to
enable the members to become better acquainted with dramatic
procedures and techniques. The club produces many types of pro-
ductions during the school year. The club director is Mr. Hayduk
K The Elida Dramatics Club was organized in conjuction with the
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FRONT ROW: I. Gamble, S. Morris, K. Holtzapple, N. Rader, M. Gracely, B. Kidd, J. Daniels. SECOND ROW:
S. Foust, D. Ditto, C. Follas, L. Sroufe, R. Miller, E. Montgomery, L. Gamble, S. Sodders, L. I-Ieatwole, L. Hadding.
BACK ROW: J. Brenneman, J. Raabe, C. Pennell, J. Desenberg, A. Lyons.
Cm Pennell - 365.41
James Raabe - 348.34
Sandra Sodders - 339.75
Lila Gamble - 337.79
Susan Foust - 332.25
Linda Sroufe - 332.00
Judy Daniels - 331.50
Larry Warner - 328.50
John Desenberg - 326.54
Kathy Holtzapple - 326.00
Linda I-leatwole - 324.50
Ina Gamble - 322.66
Billy Best - 321.79
Marlene Gracely - 321.79
Rita Miller - 321.29
Barbara Martin - 321.00
Sandy Morris - 320.29
Diane Ditto - 319.79
Erma Montgomery - 319.50
Linda Hadding - 317.04
Alonzo Lyons - 317.00
Brenda Kidd - 316.50
Nancy Rader - 316.50
Connie Follas - 316.50
James Brenneman - 315.58
Karen Buetner - 315.04
Every year the Annual Staff sponsors a magazine drive to earn money for the annul. The classes compete and
the class which sells the most subscriptions receives a prize of 350. The class which sells the second highest
amount gets 325. In addition to getting money for his class, every student tries to get prizes for himself by selling
the most magazines each day. The above is the group of students who sold the most magazines. The top salesman
for this year was Carle Pennell with 365.41. The Sophomore Class finished in first place with the Freshmen a close
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Ellda smashes Forest
Indlvldual Plctures for Annual taken
Elrda power too much for Columbus Grove
Semor prctures taken at Fostorra
Annual subscnptxon sales begm
Jumor l-hgh whxps Columbus Grove
Magazme Dnve begms
Elxda overwhelms Bluffton
Annual Staff members get ads
Ehda School Open House
Elnda pastes Lafayette
Bulldog Revxew ' falls to make deadlme today
Dedrcatxon of new Jumor Hugh Buzldmg
Bulldog Revlew can't make xt today elther'
Well what do you know' One week late and stale news'
Jumor Hrgh drubs Lafayette
Pandora Grlboa tres Elxda
Close of Annual sales
Annual staff gets ads today
Another easy vlctory for Jumor l-hgh
E11da Varsxty slaughters Jefferson
No school thank to Aslan Flu
Elnda Waynesfxeld game cancelled Flu
Bullpups trounce Jefferson
Ehda Varsxty flays Spencervxlle
World Clothmg Drrve Student Councll and F B L A
Indmvxdual Pxctures passed out, P T A
Powerful Elxda shuts out Bath
Frrst Annual deadlme We made lt'
Veterans' Day, No School
Group Plctures taken for Annual
Teachers' Workshop, No School
Basketball Columbus Grove here
Basketball, Spencervxlle here
Thanksglvmg Vacatron begms
Bluffton Student Councrl vxsxts Ehda
Basketball , Wapakoneta Blume there
Annual Staff makes second deadlme
Basketball, Bluffton there
Grade School Operetta
Basketball, Lafayette here
Chrxstmas Vacatxon Begms
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Christmas Vacation ends,
General Scholarship Test
Basketball, Shawnee here,
First Semester Ends
Basketball. Ada here
Annual Staff makes third
Basketball, Harrod here
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Basketball, Bath here
Group Pictures for Annual taken
and 7th Junior Class Play
Basketball, Jefferson here
Student Council passes out school handbooks as service to students.
Basketball, Lafayette there
Junior High Basketball Toumament
Henmon -Nelson Tests
Junior High Basketball Tournament
Tournament Basketball, Varsity vs. Beaverdam
"Bulldog Review" fails again to meet its deadline
Tournament Basketball Junior High
Elida Junior High Wins Junior High Tourney
Varsity Tournament Gomer upsets Elrda
Annual meets final deadline
Student Council sponsors Student Control Day
P T A panel discussion on Discipline
F B L A Dance
Forum at Shawnee
Eighth Grade Party
Band Boosters Meeting
F B L A Meeting
Teachers Association Meeting
Pre School Clinic
F B L A Field Trip
All Sports Banquet
F B L A Meeting at Columbus
Preliminary District State Subjec
Good Friday, No School
P T A Meeting
Eighth Grade Tests
Allen County Teachers Banquet
Honor Society Banquet at Harrod
District State Subject Scholarshl Tests
Spring Band Concert
Junior Senior Prom
Band Boosters Meet
Senior Class Day
End of School
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Executxve Commxttee 1 G1rls' Glee 1,2 4 Mrxed
Chorus 1,2 FHA 2 Mlstress of Ceremomes 1n Camlval
4 Subject Scholarslup Test 3, Crrls Ensemble 3 Honor
Soc1ety 3 Dxstrlct Contest 1,2
Basketball l 2 Baseball l Momtor 1,2,3, Student
Councll 1 2,3 4 Subject Scholarshrp Test 3, Annual
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Student Drrector, Thesplan Club 3,4 Dramatrc Club
3 4 G1rls' Basketball 3 Momtor 3, Offlce Help 4
GAA 1 2,3,4, Y Teens 3,4 Delegate to Summer
Conference 4 Band 1 2,3,4 Majorette 4, Mrxed
Chorus 3,4, Girls' Glee 4, Dramatxc Club 2 3,4
Thesplan Club 4 FHA 2,4 Jr Class Play, G1rls Bas
Football 3,4, Basketball 2 4 Baseball 2,3 Carmval
Attendant 3 Varsxty E 3,4, Monltor 3 Who s Who 3
Glrls Glee 1,2,3,4 F B L A 1,2 ,3 4 State Delegate
at Conventlon 4 GAA 1 2 Annual 4, Assistant Business
Manager 4 Who's Who 3,4 Glrls Ensemble 3,4
Monxtor 3 4 FHA 1
Mrxed Chorus 1,2,3,4 G1rls' Glee 1,2,3,4 GAA 1
F B L A 2 Y Teens 3,4 G1rls' Ensemble, Alternate
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Band 1,2 ,3 ,4, Vrce Presrdent 3 Presldent 4 F B L A
1,2 3 4 Treasurer 4, State Secretary 3, Natronal
Delegate 4 Annual 3,4, Busmess Manager 4 G1rls'
Glee 1,2 ,3 4 Mxxed Chorus 1,2, Pep Band 2 Dramatlc
Club 2 3 4 Thesplan Club 4 Offlce Help l G1rls'
Ensemble 3,4, GAA 1,2 Honor Soc1ety 3 Jr Class
Play, Class Vrce Preszdent 3 Clarmet Quartet 1,2 ,4
Camlval Ma1n Show 2,4, Carnlval Attendant 1 Home
comxng Attendant 3,4, 4 H 1,2 ,3,4, Presldent 4
Dxstrxct Contest 1,2 ,3 ,4, State Contest 2, Who's Who 4
Annual Queen 4
Band 1,2 Clrls' Glee 1,2 3 Journalxsm 4
Football 3 Varsltyi 3,4 Baseball 2
Pep Club 1 Y Teens 1,2,3 4 Off1CE Help 4 G1rls'
Band l,2,3,4,V1ce Presldent 4, lnternose QLatxn Clubj
1 Mlxed Chorus 1,2 ,3 ,4, G1rls' Glee 2 4 Jr Class
Play G1rls' Ensemble 3,4, Thesplan Club 3,4 Momtor
2 3 Grrls Basketball Team 3 Carmval Ma1n Show
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FFA l 2,3,4, Secretary 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2,3,4 Boys'
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Chorus 1 2,3 Bulldog Rev1ew 3,4, Y Teens 3,4
Class Play Thespran Club 4 Band 1,2, Sr Class Sec
Treas , Carmval Ma1n Show 4, Momtor 2, Offrce Help
4, GIIIS' Ensemble 3,4, D1str1ct Contest 1,2 ,3 ,4, State
Devot1ons Commrttee 3,4 Basketball 1 Annual 3 ,
Football 1,2 3,4, Varsrty E 2,3,4, FFA 1,2,3 4, 4 H
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Band 1 2,3,4 F B L A l,2,3,4, Presldent 4, GAA 1,
FHA 2 3 G1rls' Ensemble 3 4 Joumallsm 2,3,4 Busx
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Mlxed Chorus 1,2, Jr Class Play, Drarnatrc Club
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Football 3, Varsrty E 3 4
GAA 2 3 4 Y Teens l,2,4 FHA l 2 3, Thespxan Club
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FFA 1,2,3 ,4, Secretary 3 Vrce Presxdent 4 Football
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Band 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 F.B L A 1,2 ,3,4, Secretary
4 Student Councxl 1,2 ,3 ,4, Secretary 4, Dramatrc
Club 1,2,3,4 Thesplan Club 4 Grrls' Ensemble 3,
Joumahsrn 3,4, Mrmeographer 3,4 Bulldog Rev1ew
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Play, Camrval Ma1n Show 4 Offrce Help 3 Clarmet
Quartet 1,2 ,4 Monltor 2,3 D1StI1Ct Contest 1,2,
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Fnday H1 Y 3 Offlce Help 2,4 Thespxan Club 4
F B L A 4 Student Councxl 2
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Varsxty E 3 4 Mrxed Choms 4
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Basketball 1,2 Annual 3 ,4, Photographer 4 Varsrty E
1,2 ,3 4 Presrdent of Class 3,4, Sec Treas 1,2 Base
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Who's Who 4 Momtor 1,2,3,4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2,
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
The frrst thrng that I notrced was the throbbrng of the borlers rn the furnace room I rolled over and felt some
thrng rn my back I reached under me and pulled out a book wrth about an rnch of dust on rt I lrt a match and
looked at the trtle ENGLISH LITERATURE and LIFE Then thrngs began to dawn on me I had fallen asleep rn
the furnace room where I skrpped school every erghth perrod I always went there to study my Englrsh Lrterature
l rose up and stretched a brt then went to the furnace room door I passed the door of study hall and then I saw my
reflectron rn the wrndow glass Wow' I had a beard at least erght rnches long combed rn a ducktarl I began to
wonder just how long I had been asleep, so l went to the General Offrce to look at the calendar It sard May, 1968
lmagrne ten years of my lrfe spent rn the borler room sleeprng' That was just about as bad as the four years I spent
sleeprng rn Englrsh class
I went down town to Ben's Barber shop to get a shave Whrle wartrng there I prcked up a TV Gurde On the
cover was a face vaguely famrlrar It looked lrke and rt was Carolyn Kershner who was openrng at the Stork Club
rn New York On the rnsrde cover was a column wrrtten by Charles Kershner, a famous columrust It read as fol
lows, Chatter by Chuck
Pete Lodge has won a Melvrn for hrs leadrng role rn the "Lrfe Story of Lassre " Murray Mewhorter and Kenny
John are ballet dancers for the 'Ballet Russe ' Ronnre Stewart has jorned Rrnglrng Brothers Crrcus as the world'
tallest mrdget Beverly Swrck has her own TV Show HEXBICISC Darly wrth Beverly " Beverly Shrrk rs the Murrel
Crgar dancer Maury Zerkel, often called the second Pat Boone, has so much fan marl that he had to hrre Herb
Strayer for a paper werght Sharry Farr rs makmg her debut as drum solorst at Camegre Hall Head trarner rn the
flea crrcus rs Drck Wagner Emelyn Denlrnger rs the blotter for the Ink Spots, whrle Paulrne Herrrng rs playrng
thrrd washboard rn Sprke Jones' band Pat Ford has teamed up wrth Tennessee Ernre Ford on the Thursday Nrte
Ford Show Ted Myers that wolf that poses as a photographer, and who recently replaced Bob Cummrngs, has
been makmg fast trme wrth hrs star model Ina Gamble rn the dark room
I also saw that on Channel 5 the program, "For Krds Only," Tom Sevrtz, Terry Holla: and Paul Herrrng were
entertarnrng the chrldren And sure enough old Tom had on hrs now famous cowboy boots
On channel 10, the wrestlrng brll rncluded a tag team match between Joltrng Joyce Preuss wrth Angry Anrta
Lapham versus Bouncrng Brenda Krdd wrth Jackre Lloyd Mattrngly The referee was Hammerlock Harrret Steman
who had held the world s trtle of the longest hammerlock rn wrestlrng hrstory She put a hammerlock on poor
Joan Hobbs and held rt for srx hours
From Ben, the barber I leamed the whereabouts of my other classmates Marram Mann and Rosalre Gannon
were sent as good wrll ambassadors to Gomer Mary Frshpaw was sent to Russra to convrnce Khrushchev that he
ought to be the frrst man rn space He was so pleased wrth the rdea, that Mary sent hrm way out rn space And of
course Bloody Mary has ruled Russra ever smce Art Deane who had just won the Nobel Prrze rn Scrence, was
countrng the frlters rn Vrceroy crgarettes and he drscovered that there were only 19,000 frlter traps rn every Vrceroy
crgarette Mrckey Altenburger got cold feet and commrtted surcrde before an Englrsh Lrterature test Alan Rothe
rs wrrtrng the Phoebe Goodheart's advrce to the lovelorn column rn the LIMA CITIZEN Ronnre Kruse rs a member
of a Senate lnvestrgatmg Commrttee rnvestrgatrng the Elrda Junror Semor proms Hrs srster, Bonrta, was the frrst
woman to be drafted rnto the Navy s frogman drvrsron J rm Frshpaw and Hrs wrfe, Marrlyn, the former Marrlyn
Mrller have frve sons playrng on the Elrda Mrdget Football Team Mrs Sandra Jacobs, at one trme Mrss Sandra
Sodders has frve daughters gorng steady wrth the frve Frshpaw boys Ward Green feeds the grraffes at the Toledo
Zoo, and Larry Steman tests Craft's Cosy Coffrns at Chrles and Son's Funeral home Maureen Wrlkrns, Mary
Hartley and Judy Martrn are redcaps at the Elrda Trarn Termrnal Perhaps the most successful graduate rs Gene
Warner who bought out Rockefeller s rnterest rn Standard Orl What I heard about Nelson Smrth has me really
worrred It seems that he wanted to be a hermrt so he dug a hole and pulled rt rn after hrm lt sounds strange but
Nelson always was shy
I then prcked up a newspaper wrth the glarrng headlrnes, "Are we headed for another Depressron?" The News
paper mentroned about a meetrng of the Presrdent wrth hrs newly prcked cabrnet Presrdent Wrllram Turner had
selected for the cabrnet posts many rnterestrng qualrfred people Sec of State was Larry Rrdenour, Sec of Agrr
culture was Farmer Wrllram Koch Sec of Defense was Jon Buchanan, Sec of Labor was James "Charlre" Chap
man who was well qualrfred for the job The Postmrstress General was Mary Cheney, who had experrence wrth the
post offrce rn Hrgh School A new cabrnet post was created called the Dept of Wrld Lrfe, headed by Shelba Sake
rller James Lrbert has also been elected "Vrce Presrdent '
When I read about the people runnrng our country I decrded to go back to the Furnace Room and frnrsh read
rng my Englrsh Lrterature Perhaps I can fall asleep agarn and when I wake up thrngs wrll be better
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Mrckey Altenburger, w1ll my accxdent free dr1v1ng record to Drck Ladd
Jon Buchanan, w1ll my GOOD Plymouth to Larry Holler
Jxm Chapman, w1ll my shotgun to bone crusher
Mary Cheney, w1ll my ab1l1ty to w1n a speech contest to Mr Hayduk
A hut Deane, w1ll
Emelyn Denl1nger, w1ll Mr Sluss a 5,000 page term paper to grade
Sharry Faxr, w1ll a years supply of dxapers to Mr Pnnce
Jxm Frshpaw, w1ll my seat ln study hall to anybody who wants to sleep
Mary Flshpaw, w1ll my mabrhty to control my blushmg to Penny Lodge
Pat Ford, w1ll my ab1l1ty to get along w1th Mr Le1s to any up comrng mrschlef maker
Ina Gamble w1ll my dlmples to Judy Danlels
Rosalxe Gannon, w1ll my shorthand book and my 50 shorthand tablets back to Mrs Workman
Ward Green, wxll my abrlxty to sklp and get away w1th rt to anybody m the Jumor year
Mary Hartley, w1ll my old beat up locker to any Jumor who wants rt
Paul Herrmg, w1ll my Enghsh book to anyone that wants It
Paulme Herrmg, wxll my hobo l1fe and crazy, lazy ways to Lmda Sroufe
Joan Hobbs w1ll my ab1l1ty to type stenc1ls to next years typlst for the BULIDOG REVIEW Good Luck
Terry Hollar, w1ll my abrhty to stay m the same school for twelve years and not get expelled to those who can t
Kenny John, w1ll my abxhty to get along w1th one g1rl to Gale Cnsenbery
Brenda Krdd, w1ll my abrhty to get along w1th one Mrs Workman to Mr Sluss and Mr Hayduk
B111 Koch, w1ll Barme Holtzapple my ab1l1ty to wear pants low and not lose them
Bon1ta Kruse, w1ll my brother s car to the brave person who would dare try drrvmg It
Ron Kruse, w1ll my brother my ab111ty to play cards 1n school and get away w1th rt
Anlta Lapham, w1ll my real pony tall to Ruth Stemen
J1m Llbert, w1ll my ab1l1ty to get along w1th Mr Le1s and Mr Swank to Denms L Stemen
Pete Lodge, w1ll all three of my bone crushmg tackles to Carl Pennell
Mar1an Mann, w1ll Mr Sluss to the Bulldog Revxew Staff and Mrs Workman to the Annual because I l1ke
Judy Martrn, w1ll the lucky on comlng senrors to the Elxda Hxgh School
Jackle Mattmgly, w1ll my smrle to Mr Hayduk
Murray Mewhorter, w1ll my old Number 42 football Jersey to Gary Scott
Manlyn M1Iler, w1ll my qu1etness to my sxster Sharon
Stephen Mlller, w1ll my ab1l1ty to pass Amerrcan H1story to Chuck Kershner
Ted Myers, w1ll my abrhty to get along w1th Mr Greenway to Rxchard Archer
Joyce Preuss, w1ll my frmshed bookkeepmg projects w1th the nght' ' answers xn them to Jrm Routson and Ed
Sxtcler and to the on commg and unsuspectrng bookkeepmg class
Alan Rothe, w1ll my abrhty to get out of study hall to Tom Byerly
Shelba Sakemxller, wxll the S45 I2 pard for summer school back to Mr Sluss for the needy Annual Staff
Tom Sevrtz, w1ll my good looks and cowboy boots to B111 Evans
Beverly Sh1rk, w1ll my Amerlcan I-hstory book and all the trouble It has caused me back to Mr Sluss
Nelson Smlth, w1ll Mrs Workman to the Annual Staff of the years to come
Ross Smrth, w1ll to Mrs Workman a new vxolm She has worn the old one out
Sandra Sodders, w1ll my semor year to my srster Janet
Larry Stemen, w1ll my f1rst penod Enghsh class to anyone who can stay awake
Harnet Stemen, w1ll my record player to Mr Hayduk so he can play Macbeth to next year's senror class
Ron Stewart, w1ll my tall, neat, handsome stature to Bob John
Herb Strayer, w1ll my abllxty to mumble through Latm to any unlucky person who can not translate lt next year
Beverly Swxck, w1ll my ab111ty to smg to anyone who wants xt
B111 Tumer, w1ll my newly acqurred abrlxty to foresee the future to whoever wants It
D1ck Wagner, w1ll my athletlc ab1l1ty to Carl Pennell
Gene Warner, w1ll my drlvmg ab1l1ty to dear Ronme Shafer and Mr Crxtes
Maureen WIIICJDS, w1ll my ab1l1ty to stay out of trouble to Ann Ymger
Maury Zerkel, w1ll my ab1l1ty to skrp school and get away w1th xt to D1ck Ladd and Gale Cnsenbery
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Argonne Drug Store
Central Savrngs Assocratron
Ch1les and Son
Chrrsty Equlpment Company
Crtrzen Loan and Burldmg Company
Crty Pamt and Supply
Dav1sson Sohday and Sulhvan
Delpha Chev Burck
Delphos Burldrng Supply
Delphos Prrntrng and Publrshrng
Eltda Farmers Equrty Exchange Company
Frrst Natronal Bank and Trust Company
Harter and Son Funeral Home
Harolds Super Market
H1 Grade Darry
Hoelderle and Company
Holtzapple s K1mber Chrckens
Ladds Pure O11
L Davrdson s Beauty
L and L Grocery
Lrma Lumber Company
Paulrne Beauty Shop
Range Steak House
Raabe Motor Sales
R I Frost
Schaffter s Garage
Sherter Motor Sales
Srlver Star Pastry
Sroux Honey Assocratron
Smrth s Garage
Star Carpet Cleanlng
Strayer s Market
Trp Top Sandwrch Shop
Western Oh1o Lumber Company
Wrrght s Garage
Zender s Mus1c Store
Lton Clothrng Store
Mack s Camers Store
Mohler s Flower Shop
Odenweller s Clothrng Store
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RALPH S FINE FOODS L AND L GROCERY
2102 Eluda Rd
l-,mg Ohm Corner Robb and Eluda Rd
Ph CA 4 6946
Earl D Beyer Limo Ohio
MUSSER S SOHIO SERVICE
Duck Musser 8. .loe Pontrng
2115 North West Street
HAROLD S SUPER MARYET
Park and Save
On North West St off Robb Ave
Where Ma Saves Pa s Dough
Lnma Ohuo gk SP
MQHLER 5 FLOWERS MACK CAMERA STORE
1052 1060 Bellefontome Avenue 126 W Marker
Phone CA 9 7701 CA 5 9711
Llmc Ohio Phone CA 5 5876
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lt Should Be Insured with R VILLE
DAVISSON SOLIDAY SULLIVAN
Flne Furniture and Appliances
All Forms o Insurance
2l85 N West St
l002 National Bunk Bldg
I-'ma Ohm Phone CA 2 3908
E G McGahon
SILVER STAR PASTRY SHOP BLACKIE S MARKET
Boosters of Good Sports
Bakers of Good Postrles 2315 North west Street
MEADOW GOLD DAIRY
If he can remember so many
Wxth all the detazls that
Why can t he recall w1th
How many t1mes he s told
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TIP TOP SANDWICH SHOP or
312 N Mann Street
Cheers to the Leader
lways havlng lust what the student
wants In Teen Pan Alley for gurls
on the 2nd Floor Annex and In the
Store for Hugh School Men
Hugh Street Entrance
Actor Dlck Erdman had tlus motto lettered on hrs car Some of the world s bravest women pass
through t.hese doors
Boss replymg to employee askmg fora :arse Of course you re worth more than you re gettmg
Morton Why don t you let up a brt?
GLEN Copus FLORIST THE CITIZENS LOAN 8- BUILDING CO
Ph CA 5 5806 Llma
One Mule South of Allentown
209 North Mann St
Organized March 25 1882
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AND TRUST COMPANY OF LIMA
I'lve Convenient Offices
Public Square Cook Tower
East Elm and Bellefontal e
Allentown Road and Kemlworth and
Youth 15 a w
Federal Reserve System FDIC
nderful thang What a cnme to wast
Mummy as that a Canadian?
Courtesy of Maclean s
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He was so narrow m1nded he could see through a keyhole wlth two eyes
W ' Courtesy of Maclean s
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EL PAR MOTOR SALES
Chrysler lmperlol Dodge
512 W Hugh
Where Customers Send Their Friends
Everythmg Ln Buzldmg Materzals
Hardware ci Kztchens wholesale 8' Rehn'
Penn R R 8. Delphos Ave
CA 5-6010 l204 N Cole St
Llma Ohao Lima Ohio
Greetings to the
Class o 1958
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The world is full of willing peopleg some willing to work, the rest willing to let them.
FRANK A HEATH
ARMSTRONG Indoor Sunshine
Service and Repairs on all Makes
Furnace Cleaning Free Estimates
Phone CA 4 1736
1714 North Cole Street
24 Hour Service
Class o '58
RENZ S BAKERY
Phone CA 6 9516
Market at Baxter
L'm0 Ohm Llma Ohio
RANGE STEAK HOUSE
Steaks Chlcken Chops
2144 Elsda Road
Special Sunday Dinners
Owned 81 Operated by Mutt Kc Lee Shaw
CA 5 8928
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1907 F1ft1eth Anmversary 1957
The Family Dedicated to Service
T R CHILES 8 SON FUNERAL HOME
Lima s Largest Funeral Chapel
Ambulance lDay or Nlghfy
Oxygen Resusclfafor and Inhalator
Thomas R Chiles
Russell M Clu
Howard R Loman
Harold S Chiles
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Complete eep Sales 81 SCIVICC
Phone CA 9 5736
1608 Elndu Rd
ZENDER MUSIC STORE
Fme Musical Instruments
HL FL Phonographs
134 E Hugh
Pvt What s the best way to teach a g1r1 to swlm?
Pfc Fnst you put your left arm around her W3-1St
then you gently take her left hand and
Pvt She s my sxster
Pfc Oh push her off the dock
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Ohm LUMBER Co
Best Wzshes to the
Class 0 1958
Large or Small
We Can Furnish AII
Lumber Busldlng Maternal
I24 E Vane Sf
CENTRAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION
2I5 W Market
Llmq Ohio PI1OI'le 2
AMa1ne logger fresh from the b1g
woods was watclung a store clerk
open a package of gaxly colored
men s pajamas
What's them? he asked
Pajamas? echoed the logger
Why you wear them mghts ' th
'Want to buy a pa.1r?'
'Nothmg domg sard the logger
I don't go nowhere mghts except
S told are taking a cruise down south
we you-but my how for south"
Courtesy of True Adventure
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IN DIAN HEAD
ARCHERY MFG CO
Mail Address Box 303E - Lima Ohio
Salesroom at 600 Victory Ave
Phone CA 6 2826
Bows Arrows Targets Raw Materials
ln fact everything for the archer
Servmg 4rc-hers All over the World wzth
Iualzty Servzce Courtesy smce 1921
Over 400 Good Bows In Stock all the Time
Over 500 Dozen Arrows on Hand all the Time
Safe Unbreakable Glass Bows from S3 95 up to the Fully Working
Recurve Models at S39 50 Also Full Lune of Bear Root Fleetwood
Stream eze Etc
Ever Hunt with a Bow??7 Ever Shoot Carp with o Bow7"'7
If Not You Are Mlsslng the Greatest of All Sportsll
Come nn and See Us for Detauls
OzroM Wulsey owner
Dale Stever Ellda H S 1956 shop foreman
Just about the mme you thmk you can make
both ends meet somebody moves Lhe ends
STAR CARPET CLEANING CO.
Credit with Hart " East To Start
Rug, Carpet, Upholstery
Cleaning St Repairing JEWELERS
426 South Main Street 126 West High Street
nRemember . . ' Clean Rugs Los' Longer., Diamonds - Watches - Silverware - Radios
Luggage - Appliances
Phone CA 6-3791
I-imc Ohio Limo Ohio
Ph. MI 0-3811
Complete Accident Service Compliments
SMITH 5 GARAGE HI GRADE DAIRY BAR
REPAIR AND BODY WORK
Tlres Batteries and Accessories
R 30 South 1215 W Wayne St
Ellda 01-,lo Lima Ohio
Introducmg Thomas Alva Edlson at a dmner the toastmaster mentioned lus many mventlons dwelhng
at length on the talkmg maclune The aged xnventor then rose to hrs feet smrled and sard gently
thank the gentleman for h1s kmd remarks but I must msrst upon a correcuon God mvented the talkrng
machine I only rnvented the frrst one that can be shut off
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an eyehll of ASSOCIATION
F80 Wm! lrc replaced
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Phone CA 2 2751
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11- OHIO POWER 01
Mama Skunk was worned because she could never keep track of her two chxldren They were named In
and Out, and whenever In was 1n, Out was out, and rf Out was 1n, In was out One day she called Out m
to her and told lum to go out and bnng In ln So Out went out and 1n no time at all he brought In 1n
Wonderful' sald Mama Skxmk 'I-low, 1n all that great forest, could you fmd h1m m so short a t1m ?
"It was easy," a1 ln sun '
Home Made Ice Cream
437 South Mann Street
Corner Central 8. Circular'Sts.
32Ol W. Elm St.
'l'l2l Latham Ave.
East Main St., Cridersville
940 Elida Road, Delphos
The Home of Nationally Advertised Brands
PANGLES MASTER MARKETS
WRIGHT S GARAGE
Ph MI 0 2704
See Your Doctor First
Take Your Prescrcptuons
ARGONNE DRUG STORE
Corner Hugh Sr Elizabeth Streets
Allemown QI-no Phone CA 2 2771
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Courtesy of Cavalrer
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He else took e blq piece of my wfe s homemade cake He couldn f have gotten very far
A soldrer called at the chaplam s Off1C9 Ijust came to ask you he saxd whether you th.1n.k rt s
rrght for any person to profrt by the mrstakes of others? Most certamly not The so1d1er bnghtened
and held out has hand Then perhaps you'11 return the dollar I gave you last June for marryrng me
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WEBB INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
QI2 Wes? High Street
v 1 Phone: CA 2-3075
Hartford Fire Insurance Company Agency
for YOUR success, we hope that you will let
us help you, just as we have helped others
Make This Your Bank!
THE METROPOLITAN BANK
The Bank for Everyone
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Home Killed Grade A Young Steers
THE ALLENTOWN MARKET
3397 Allentown Rd
Ph Ml 0 23I3
STI PPICH HARDWARE
300 306 N Main St
M .IW ssimmmkuuu fW.M..ixWIl umhm
My famlly tlunks there s
somethmg wrong WICII me,
woman complamed to the
psychoanalyst s1mp1y be
cause I 11ke buckwheat cakes
But there s nothmg wrong
about hkmg buckwheat cakes
I hke them myself
do you? The woman was de
hghted 'You must come up
some day I have seven trunks
my rw MM 1nsNu.wo.aU.1mf.sXl1 mu.,
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HOLTZAPPLE WHITE ROCK FARM
R 0 P White Rocks for combined egg ond meat profits
HOLTZAPPLE White Nrcks 81 F I
Vantress X W R or Bro' ers
HOLTZAPPLE New K 137 Krmber CHIKS
fStrorn Cross Leghorn,
for hrghesf egg producfron
of EARLY LARGE EGGS
HOLTZAPPLE WHITE ROCK FARM
Phone MI 0-2551
THE CLASS OF 1958 m 1948
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Elida Boosters Club
AND MAY THEIR FUTURE BE AS
SUCCESSFUL AS THEIR HIGH SCHOOL YEARS
THE BOOSTERS ARE TRYING TO DO A FINE PIECE OF
WORK SO LET S SHOW OUR APPRECIATION AND BOOST
My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there.
STRAYER S MARKET
Phone MI 0 2532
Courtesy of the STRONG STRONG a STRONG
Bulldog RCVICW Staff
The DCIPIIOS Chevrolet - Buick
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
The Delphos Daily Herald
The Delphos Twice A Week Courrant
Good Dependable Service
After the Sale
DELPHA CHEVROLET C0
You Con t Afford Not To
Your Fabric Center
Dry Goods Draperies
Cluldren aren't happy w1th nothmg to xg
note And that s what parents were created
HARTER AND SON FUNERAL HOME
Delphos Oh1O Phone 4021
Day and Night Road and PWM for Every Surface
Wrecker Servuce Cochran Chpnamel
LADD,S PURE OIL Rayner Overhead Garage Doors
Phones MI 0 2301 MI o 2695 CITY PAINT 8- SUPPLY
On U S 30 S 209 S Mann
Ellda Ohm Delphos Ohio
C0"lPh"'e"'S SHEETER MOTOR SALES
Dr STIPPICH Dodge Job-Rated Trucks
Direct Factory Dealer
502 N Mann
ROAD SIGNS Slgn on left rear of truck Passmg S1de on the nght
Sxucxde Along a hxghway 1n Tennessee Take nouce when tlus sxgn IS
under water tlus road 15 mlpassable At Lynbrook Long Island where the
congestlon of trafic IS most annoymg a Slgn talmtmgly says If you hved
here you'd be home now' The harassed dnver approachxng a narrow
pass on a. tortuous Rocky Mountam road IS confronted by the reassunng sxgn
Oh yes you can Nhlllons have'
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Courtesy of Cavaher
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If We Don't Have It We Will Get lt.
DELPHOS BUILDERS SUPPLY A Savings Account is
o good start toward o
711 N. Main St.
ED H HOELDERLE 8- C0
Ph 2 1871
Estalal :shed 1877
Some cause happmess wherever they go others
whenever they go
SCILDCC IS resourceful It couldn t pry open the
Pullman wmdows so lt a1r condxmoned the tram
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SUSIE Q DRIVE INN RESTAURANT
Car Service Year Around
Bellefontaine and Kibby Sts.
DELPHOS BUILDERS SUPPLY
Lumber Mull Work
711 N Mom St Ph 2 6936
The Home of
Fngldalre Maytag Hoover
210 212 South Mann St
Phone6 1781 Llma Ohno
Around mxdmght, the absent mmded professor left hrs berth rn the
sleepmg car for a dunk of water Upon hrs retum, he found he was
lost He appealed to the porter for help
Don't you remember the number of your berth?" the porter
'I m afrald not, rephed the professor
' Haven't you any rdea where rt was?" asked the porter
Why, yes,' the professor brrghtened, ' to be sure I drd notxce
one txme th1s aftemoon that the wmdow looked out on a httle
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Home owned slnce 1876 qnpwxmn' I NNN' ww'
AMHWQWI Clint? CIM: and Heavy Rn! Coding
E un ve lunlngun if
BRENNEMAN PLG HTG and STALLKAMP DRUG5
ELECTRICAL SALES and SERVICE The Prescription Drug Sfore
Phone Ml O 2043 Delphos Ohio
When the Llberty Loa.n Company m Detro1t was burglanzed the
caught culpnts were asked why they tned thxs partxcular job. The
:mswer was loglcal. They rephed, "After all, the sxgn says 'Need
Money? Come on 1n "'
BANK OF ELIDA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
There was an Old Person of Tung
Who, when somebody asked her to smg,
Rephed, ' Aren't rt odd?
I can never tell 'God
Save the Weasel' from 'Pop Goes the
A woman was marlmg the old famrly
B1b1e to her mother m a drstant crt
The postal clerk exammed the heavy
package carefully and mqurred 1f lt
contamed anythmg breakable No
mg but the Ten Commandments,"
came the qu1ck reply
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Fancy Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs
DELPHA POULTRY PRODUCTS
Phone 7651 102 N Mann Sf
MAY BROS OIL CO
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John Deere New Holland
Cobey Farm Machlnery
KRUSE SOHIO SERVICE
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