Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)

 - Class of 1934

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'n ,Jif .95a'x."1'- '5-QAXJJU A F-,Q .Agj"N,g-.Q-.j'1""'m 1- ','.--- A , 4 -1 ' 4. 131.-53' .,'-i'.-4...-P'-...L 1 2-Sr 1.4 -f. .-rx - ' - ' - - 4m-KN ' L ' -. ,.-5.-,' "-- .' . .'.31:'fx.'-- 4- -. '- 4:-1.. 5--in Xi 34, , , K . N! yt , . . ,. X ,., . . , N '- .' 'Z' '-N' 'ki' 4 3.5-""-. .4N?vK'f.'- 3 ,' . -' x-4, Q .. , .. iff' . .32 4 pf , 4 1 V 3'1" " ' ff -j-IA ' Dedication his direction Findlay Senior High School has obtained a reputation that is so ex- cellent that it has spread throughout the whole state and nation. While he has been here he has kept boosting our scholarship until, at the present time, we are among the high-ranking schools in the state in the quality of our schol- arship. Without his aid We would not have been able to enjoy our marvelous .5 club organization that is the product of many years' experimentation on his part and on the part of the faculty. l-le has helped develop the athletics of our school until they have reached their present high level. But the thing that counts most with us is the fact that when you are a friend of his he will stand by you through thick and thin- and everybody is his friend. URING any warm sunshiny day in the spring or fall. people passing the school during the noon hour can see the delib- erate seniors, the worried juniors, the scurrying sophomores ap- pear and vanish into the depths of the new building ready to start another session of school. Perhaps for forty-live minutes the building is quiet. Then suddenly a bell rings and the halls are filled with noise. The seniors pace deliberately down the hall: the juniors either stalk off to their next class hurriedly or drag along and impede everyones progress: however, the sophomores dash hither and thither among the crowd and manage to get in everyone else's Way. But things like that are common occurrences and are taken for granted. Thus, it has gone on for over ten years, and it will keep on happening as long as students are stu- dents and the building is a school. New Building l l xbfyx Q, old Building s V, ERE IS the old building where our immense sophomore class holds forth in this, its first. year at Senior High. This part of the school holds many memories for the aspiring juniors and dignified seniors. It was here that they were initiated by the pa- tient teachers into the dark and dim mysteries of secondary educa- tion. Here it is that the school gathers each Wednesday to hear the fertile brain-child of some student's mind expanded into bits of glistening oratory which fall like pearls before swine. Here it is that Principal Kinley sits enthroned in his oflice and helps many a student solve his problems. But inside this buildings ivy-cov- ered Walls many successful citizens of Findlay received their educa- tion. Through its portals the seniors will pass on graduation night, never to enter again as students of the dear old Findlay Senior High School. RW , l A l l l R. MATTESON has toiled patiently through seventeen years as head of the Findlay educational system and has worked untiringly in promoting all projects which he has deemed worthy of support. He has been conservative in his ideas and de- liberate and thoughtful in making decisions. Perhaps the most important reform during these years was the instituting of the junior high schools, a modern city system. Mr. Matteson has been most careful and considerate in his choice of instructors and has always made his selections with un- biased judgment. He has been wise also in choosing the study curriculum which will be of greatest value to the students of today and the citizens of tomorrow. and in so doing he has respected highly the opinions of others in these matters. He has not been interested only in these major projects and reforms, but also in minor ones, such as sports and other extra curricular activities. ln short, Findlay city schools owe. in large measure, their present destination and reputation to the untiring efforts of Mr. Matteson. eb , The School Hl:l.l.N XVISELEY. French P. F. HOCHSTETTLER. Hzstorg RUTH FINTON. EI7gII'Sf7 EARL SIIISLISR. Insfrumental Nlusif BIERNICIT SMITH. Lrbn1rr'an D, D. LAWRENCE. Chemistry ES'I'ELI..X ANSTAETT. Honn' Econunvrus XVIINDALL SANDERSON. x,l.PU.ll Axflubll A. L. NIATTOON. Hisloru D. D. HUTSON. English MABIQL. SHILLING. .5pLH7l517 F. A. SHULI.. Cl:n1n7ur11'L1l .'Xr1!hn7ctn IVIILDRED DIETSCH. Efwlfslv XV. L. SLAGER. lwunual kl,I'dlI7U7'l LORA XVIEST. Latin W i w U is ii W. 3,1 . .A . Bufglzltveprrvgy ' E 1 K I a i A ii I. fl K J. 35 la 5 , w Wi ': h ,. K2 G. li .. 1 V. wa- 4 w w w w -Q4 XV. D. HUMPHREY, Hixlury SINA SIDWELI.. Ari G. VJ. LEE, Bmloigif RosA HUDNELL, TypeLL'riling. Shorfhund C. A. ROBBINS. Dean of Boys Pacully Manager of Alhletics Plane Geometry RLTTI-I SWITZER. English, History G. R CONSTEIN. Physix-5 G. H, FRACK. Commercial Law J. J, XVINTERS. Direflor of Athlrlifs GENEVA BUSHEY. Physical Education GLENDORA MILLS. lwulhemulics LENA KIEEER. Dean of Girls. Health C. H. HAVEREIELD. Bookkeeping MAE FASSETT. Typewriting. Shorthand SYLVIA WEST. English The Board of Education Far too many of us never really appreciate the work of the Board of Education. lf everything goes along smoothly. we completely forget that it is the work of the board that has made a certain plan successful, and congratulate the officials with whom we have daily contact. But, when plans prove unsuca cessful, when troubles. financial or otherwise, beset the school system. we immediately realize the importance to a school sys- tem of its Board of Education. Findlay has, indeed, been fortunate in having on its school board men who have labored tirelessly to improve the system. During the past few years the task of keeping the schools on a running basis has been a most formidable one. But despite setbacks of all kinds the board has proved that it is truly a fine group. ln many towns the size of Findlay, or even in larger cities, the schools have been forced to close entirely, or have been forced to cut out many truly beneficial subjects in the cur- riculum. But in our city no subject has been dropped, no changes have been made, and except for an unfortunate varia- tion last year, school has continued as before. Surely the stu- dents who have graduated from Findlay I-ligh, those who will graduate in coming years, and the citizens of our town realize and appreciate the splendid efforts of our board. We cannot know what lies ahead in the Held of education. We cannot know whether fortune will smile or frown upon the Findlay school system. But we feel sure that. come what may, the board of Education will help to keep Findlay High in the place it has held for years, a truly splendid school. Seniors , -Q. We of the Class of 1934- can now look back over our three years at Findlay Senior High School and realize that those days of drudgery were lilled with happiness and good times. We entered Old F. H. S. with one aim-to uphold the high standing of the alumni of former years. We worked hard to help gain honors for the school in the State Scholarship Tests and were somewhat successful in the attempt. Under the supervision of Miss Shilling and Mr. Alexander as Junior Class advisors, and under the direction of Mr. Humphrey, We, as juniors, successfully presented the play "Mignonette." Al- though our second year in high school Was shortened by two months, We managed the important annual social events, the Jun- ior-Senior prom, which with all its gay beauty and splendor proved a huge success. Miss Wiseley and Mr. Hutson, sponsors, and Emerson Shuck, president of our group, led us through our linal and most eventful year at P. H. S. The climax of this career was the production of "Green Stockings," a comedy directed by Miss West. We are deeply regretful in having to leave Findlay High but hope to bring her honor and fame in the future by our success in college and the business World. V U R 5 1 f V, R, I I 4 1 S 1 K 4 KENNETH ABBOTT droll. amiable, modes! College preparatory ELEANOR ARNOLD c'l7urmlng, wise, candid College preparatory FLORENCE BACON small. i'ndll'ferenl. chulltf Commercial GEORGE BARRETT ulerl. l.L'I.lll.f. loud College preparatory ABIGAIL BAYLESS xpzirlletl. flighty, lmlep t'mlr'r7l Kenneth Abbott Eleanor Arnold Florence Bacon George Barrett Abigail Bayless Betty Beals Charles Beard Q George Bigelow Donald Bishop Anna Blackford Harlan Bond Raymond Bond Anabel Bowman John Brenner Charles Bright Marjorie Brownie Frances Burnap Hugh Brickman Nina Burson Stanley Burson GEORGE BIGELOVJ JOHN BRENNER determined, distant, nwdes! debonafr, forcuard. agreeable Commercial CHARLES BRIGHT quiet, bashful. pleasant General MARJORIE BROXVNE L'l'L'UL'l.OL1S. carefree, sporllve Commercial FRANCES BURNAP pleascmi. consrlenllous. plump General HUGH BRICKMAN cordial. temperanzenlul. friendly College preparatory DONALD BISHOP agile. sociable, dependable Scientific ANNA BLACKEORD modest. bushful. fri'emllg,' College preparatory HARLAN BOND olllrging, jocose, lIl7FLlSl77g7 General RAYMOND BOND solemn. sizblle. courleous Cgmmercial General General BETTY BEALS ANABEL BOXVMAN NINA BURSON teimonve, pellte. blond Snr1Q1l11lu.4wnrpo-ml, HYIVLNHLI ' expressive. prudmi, quit-1 College preparatory Commercial College preparatory CHARLES BEARD STANLEY BURSON imlepemlent. cheerful, loyal -5lil7fl'1't'. ifnolsrruslue, shy College preparatory General Sin.-r-1 Phoebe Calhoun Max Carpenter Richard Caughman Dora Cavitt Willis Chatelain Margaret Child Mildred Cline Reva Coldren Charles Cooksey Dorothy Coombs George Corbin Thelma Cornwell James Cotner Pauline Cramer Richard Cramer Loren Crates William Cromer David Culler Clarence Davis John DeHaven PHOEBE CALHOUN piquant. amusing, capering General MAX CARPENTER quiet, sociable, loyal Scientific RICHARD CAUGHMAN dramatic, charming, gay College preparatory DORA CAVITT thoughtful, mild, kind General WILLIS CHATELAIN tall, constrained, dark General MARGARET CHILD graceful, verbose, sociable College preparatory MILDRED CLINE genial, courteous, gracious Commercial REVA COLDREN bouncing, jocose, gay General CHARLES COOKSEY dapper, unassuming, genial College preparatory DOROTHY COOMBS independent. original. entertaining General GEORGE CORBIN agreeable, bantering, carefree General THELMA CORNWELL earnest. sportiue. frank General JAMES COTNER considerate. resolute, literary Scientific Seven: n PAULINE CRAMER sedate, considerate, kind Commercial RICHARD CRAMER reliable, consrientious, thoughtful General LOREN CRATES active, blond. frank General WILLIAM CROMER dependable, studious. tall College preparatory DAVID CULLER good natured. jovial, helpful College preparatory CLARENCE DAVIS neat, cheery, carefree College preparatory JOHN DEHAVEN athletic, handsome. mischievous General DOROTHY DEHNI-IOFF t'rml'ulou.s. cn!ez'1u1ning1, durzntz College preparatory DON DENNIS urlmne, tuctful. lrulernal General liA'l'l'lRYN DENISON blithe. bunlvrina, uurevulvle College preparatory LOUISE DIIZTELBACH lvumorous. LII!-flllitlkllf. l7t'm'L'irli'r71 Com mercial DIEXVIIY DONNELL rletvrmim-il. blushinq, imionnlulvlu College preparatory CAROLINE DORSEY popular. pvrsimable. uuu College preparatory MARTHA DREYER tranquil, pleasant, tliliui nt Commercial VIRGINIA DREISBACH nyodest. fusticlious. lively College preparatory VERNON DYER unussunizng. kind. congenial General MARY EILER rourteous, genial. considerate Commercial NORMAN EISEMAN Uirile, agreeable. game General MARIAN ELLIOTT sprightly, jocose, gay General BENJAMIN EMERSON curmfxl. good-nutured, ambitious General Eighteen Dorothy Dehnhoff Don Dennis Kathryn Denison Louise Dietelbach Dewey Donnell Caroline Dorsey Martha Dreyer Virginia Dreisbach Vernon Dyer Mary Eiler Norman Eiseman Marian Elliott Benjamin Emerson Betty Fellabaum Richard Finton .laik Firmin Calvin Fisher Mary Louise Folk Mary Foltz Frances Franklin BETTY FELLABAUM fiery, amusing. sociable General RI-CHARD FINTON ini'entit'e, daring, dark General JACK FIRMIN shrewd. wise, ambitious College preparatory CALVIN FISHER alert, conscientious, gullible Scientific MARY LOUISE FOLK argumentative, cordial. frank General MARY FOLTZ lively. orderly. stately Commercial FRANCES FRANKLIN quiet. studious. pleasant Commercial Chester Frederick Marie Frye Robert Gallant Robert Garlinger Alvin Gibson Elorinne Gillespie Winfred Glick James Gohlke Marcella Gohlke Margaret Gray Donna Grube Robert Haldeman Ralph Hall Ralph Halliwill Helen Harmes Carrie Hathaway Margaret I-laugh John Hendershot Morris Hicks John Hines CHESTER FREDERICK genial. agreeable, obliging General MARIE FRYE cordial, friendly. sensitive Commercial ROBERT GALLANT reticent, lanky, moody Commercial ROBERT GARLINGER witty, dramatic. journalistic College preparatory ALVIN GIBSON bold, benevolent. amusing General JAMES GOHLKE honorable, pleasant, sincere College preparatory MARCELLA GOHLKE witty, confidential. amiable Commercial MARGARET GRAY tidy, modest, collected Commercial DONNA GRUBE musical. firm, affectionate College preparatory ROBERT HALDEMAN cheerful. chatty. chummy College preparatory FLORINNE GILLESPIE RALPH HALL composed, thoughtful. calm Criulious. courtly. courageous Commercial General WINFRED GLICK flippant, agreeable, friendly General N ine! een RALPH HALLIVVILL unselfish. willing. expert College preparatory HELEN HARMES sludious. calm, genial Commercial CARRIE HATHANVAY candid, ambitious, plL'tlStI7'll Commercial MARGARET HAUGH agreeable. timid, considerate Scientific JOHN HENDERSHOT musical. ambitious, quiet College preparatory MORRIS HICKS smiling, sensible, shrewd College preparatory JOHN HINES small, smart, sincere College preparatory MARYELLA HILL genial, humorous. lively Com mercial ITRED HOLLIGER truthful, jolly, tremendous Scientific ANITA HOFFMAN neat, jovial, trusting General SARA ANNE HOWARD sedate, alert, merry General SARAMAE ITTEL rliminutive. sincere. energetic Commercial CLAIR JOHNSTON frivolous, friendly, carefree General HAROLD JOHNSTON silent, courteous. humorous Scientific BEATRICE JONES pleasant. industrious. gentle Commercial LILLIAN JONES earnest. competitive. studious College preparatory MARGARET JORDAN sincere, kind. courteous Commercial MARY KELLEY lively. talkative, musical College preparatory GAYLORD KESTER genial, talkative, musical Scientitic DAVID KEYES considerate. dramatic. ready Scientific Twenty Maryella Hill Fred Holliger. Anita Hoffman Sara Anne Howard Saramae Ittel Clair Johnston Harold Johnston Beatrice Jones Lillian Jones Margaret Jordan Mary Kelley Gaylord Kester David Keyes Charles lirantz Arthur Kreiger Donald Langstafl William Lape Jane Laubc Velma Launder Richard Leader CHARLES KRANTZ pensive. agreeable, deliberate College preparatory ARTHUR KREIGER reserved, timid, sensible General DONALD LANGSTAEE tall. willing. agreeable Commercial WILLIAM LAPE constrained, shy, loyal Commercial JANE LAUBE gay. alert, felicitous Commercial VELMA LAUNDER noble, friendly, considerate General RICHARD LEADER studious. self-possessing, likeable College preparatory A I Helen Lee Anna Leonard Ruth Long Fannie Lowe Roland Lucas Mary Ludi William Martin Helen Louise Mathew Florence Meier Helen Mertin Dorothy Miller Floyd Miller Harold Minard Maxine Misamore Frederick Moore Marjorie Molder Betty Moran Bernadine Morehead Helen Mueller Eulalie Murphy HELEN LEE unruffled, musical. obliging College preparatory ANNA LEONARD gentle, cheerful, quiescent Commercial RUTH LONG merry. mindful, clever Commercial FANNIE LOWE imaginative, liberal, dramatic General ROLAND LUCAS alhletic, ambitious, amiable General MARY LUDI genial, comical, keen Commercial WILLIAM MARTIN popular, loyal, kind College preparatory HELEN LOUISE MATHEW pleasant, friendly. gay Commercial FLORENCE MEIER diligent. orderly, admirable Commercial HELEN MERTIN neat, jolly, courteous General DOROTHY MILLER cheerful, sensible, agreeable Commercial FLOYD MILLER generous, genial, bashful Scientific HAROLD MINARD talkative, friendly, bold General Twenty-One MAXINE MISAMORE musical. pleasant, kindly College preparatory FREDERICK MOORE long. loud. lovable Scientific MARJORIE MOLDER V friendly, satirical, uiuacioux Commercial BETTY MORAN adroit. brilliant, dramatic College preparatory BERNADINE MOREHEAD pleasant. carefree. dainty General HELEN MUELLER humorous, industrious, thoughtful College preparatory EULALIE MURPHY sensitive, ambitious, composed Commercial FREDA MYERS slutlious. L'777OllUI'7dl, ulerl College preparatory MAXINE MYERS lvuppy-go-lurlty, guy. SOFIU General RHUEL MYERS strong. silent, sunlln7en1r1l Scientific JACK NEUMANN jolly. noisy, sporty General ROBERT NEUMANN LL'l7lAI7'lS!iL'Lll. lulenletl. alert General ROBERT NICHOLS soclalnle, frrllermll, tmnismty Scientific MARY LOUISE OBRIEN ltiflful. tuinsonve, cordial College preparatory b CHARLES OMAN responsible, happy. zimlt-pemlent Commercial XVILLIAM OPPERMAN trustworthy, qtuel, nmszcul College preparatory KENNETH OMAN reliant. silenl, llmitl Commercial . ELMER ORNDOREE genial, alert, "Hubby" College preparatory JUANITA OVERHOLT calm, pleusanl, ulfirzenl Com mercial JAMES PLATT nwsical, L'I7L'1't7L'll-t'. umlrrllile Scientific il iuvnlt'-'l'iL'tt Freda Myers Maxine Myers Rhuel Myers Jack Neumann Robert Neumann Robert Nichols Mary Louise O'Brien Charles Oman Vklilliam Opperman Iienneth Oman Elmer Orndorff Juanita Overholt James Platt Richard Powell Leone Rader Elizabeth Reed Mary Reese Vera Reese Earl Renshler Margaret Riley RICHARD POWELL droll. nonrhulant, galltml Scientific LEONE RADER conserUaI1'L'e, cheerful, quiet Commercial ELIZABETH REED genial. cheerful. daring General MARY REESE shy. sincere. demure General VERA REESE l77USl-Cdl. reserved, jovial College preparatory EARL RENSHLER delilnerate, reserved, COl7SCl46Ul1iOLlS Scientific MARGARET RILEY fourreous. Sensitive, agreeable General Richard Rishel Martha May Roberts Mary Roth Franklin Royer Helen Routson Ellen Rudolph Marilyn Runkle Ellen Russell Robert Russell Vv'illian1 Sargent Thora Saul Martha Schaafl Laura Schaefer Jean Schofield Naomi Shiray Charles Shively Emerson Shuck Harold Sliuck Loretta Shuler Isabelle Siford RICHARD RISHEL shy. unassuming. reserved Scientific MARTHA MAY ROBERTS sweet. musical, kindly College preparatory MARY ROTH quiet, reliable. friendly College preparatory FRANKLIN ROYER jolly. sociable. pleasant College preparatory HELEN ROUTSON congenial. near, earnest College preparatory ELLEN RUDOLPH ingenious, agreeable, benevolent General MARILYN RUNKLE musical, gracious. estimable College preparatory ELLEN RUSSELL kind, obseruanl, lrusltuorl lm Commercial ROBERT RUSSELL sfuiiious. quiet, sincere College preparatory VJILLIAM SARGENT sborl. duuntless. rcirulrue College preparatory THORA SAUL studioiis. prompl. serious College preparatory MARTHA SCHAAFF pleasanl, lhoughlful. 'DClllL'l1l Commercial LAURA SCHAEFER sopl7isliri1led. sarrasl ic, durlc College preparatory Twenril-Tlirre JEAN SCHOFIELD sedate, jifrirse. genial General NAOMI SHIRAY rurnest, amiable. lirunlc Commercial CHARLES SHIVELY serene, pleilsunl. disliml Commercial EMERSON SHUCR suave, pleasanl. clever College preparatory HAROLD SHUCR considerate, generous. lrue General LORETTA SHULER modest. LVCFLICI-OLIS, suxlemulir College preparatory ISABELLE SIEORD candid. complaccnl. lllllllllfll ui Commercial FRANK SIMON spriahlly. steady, earnest Scientific GAIL SRIDMORE gay. talkative. lively Commercial MAXINE SMART cheerful, clever, pleasant College preparatory MILDRED SMITH Frank Simon Gail Skidmore Maxine Smart Mildred Smith Milo Smith XVilliam Snyder Eloise Solomon Clyde Spence Annabel Spitler Carl Steegman Harris Stevenson Edith St, Myer Max Swasiclt Merle Swisher Agnes Taylor Mary Taylor Ilo Thomas Audrey Tippin Kathryn Tyner Richard Ulrich CLYDE SPENCE serious, friendly, dark MERLE SXVISHER sunny, industrious, entertaining General Scientific AGNES TAYLOR congenial. pensive. kind College preparatory MARY TAYLOR competiliise, affable, cheerful Commercial ILO THOMAS ANNABEL SPITLER active, petite, charming College preparatory CARL STEEGMAN round. pleasing. jocund College preparatory HARRIS STEVENSON diligent, scrupulous. reserved courteous, dependable. alive hearty, reliable. sunny Commercial Commercial College preparatory MILO SMITH EDITH ST. MYER AUDREY TIPPIN serious, humble, honest friendly. goodrhumored. sincere t'iL'acious. agreeable. dependable Commercial Commercial General XVILLIAM SNYDER MAX SXVASICK KATHRYN TYNER reticent. winning, modest courteous, merry. sincere lively. humorous. pleasant Scientific College preparatory Commercial ELOISE SOLOMON RICHARD ULRICH drowsy. amicable, entertaining serious. cordial, cool General Commercial Ttuentil-l'our Carolyn Ulsh James Waggoner Dorothy Walker Mildred Walters Eileen Weaver Kenneth Weimer Marie Weller Barton White Ruth W'illiamson Catherine Wilson Josephine Wilson Richard Winch Joan Vv'interroWd Vida Winters James XVitLenmeyer Maxine Wolfe, Raymond Vklolford Henrietta Wonder Gladys Wurm CAROLYN ULSH satirical, independent, alert College preparatory JAMES WAGGONER deliberate. quiet, musical College preparatory DOROTHY WALKER loyal, friendly, affectionate Commercial MILDRED WALTERS thoughtful, athletic, spontaneous Commercial EILEEN WEAVER reserved, industrious, kind College preparatory KENNETH WEIMER jolly. carefree, robust Scientific MARIE WELLER sedate, systematic, neat College preparatory BARTON WHITE mannered, tall, considerate General RUTH WILLIAMSON timid, rational. laconic College preparatory CATHERINE WILSON pleasant, retiring, friendly General JOSEPHINE VJILSON quiet. studious. reserved College preparatory RICHARD WINCH slow, carefree, mischievous College praparatory JOAN WINTERROWD theatrical, charming, delightful College preparatory Twenty-Five VIDA VJINTERS composed. earnest, courteous College preparatory JAMES VVITTENMEYER determined, friendly. unique General MAXINE WOLEE happy, carefree. hearty General RAYMOND WOLFORD complacent, genial, bland General HENRIETTA WONDER spirited. friendly. unmindful College preparatory GLADYS WURM talented. facet io us, plump Commercial A vi ,..,,. u 1 n .,,f.. -,fl ,H , .- . , 1 ' ' v"'3 ' 'X 4 1-r-f . - fn-yu,-,U x 1 . s .1.. . 'QL 1. I gg " J.. V 1 1 ' xl. . ': JL Qin' 1 ' .- J V v," 1 ni' 444542. 'I-6 TV: ,IE- ,X Ly . ." gy ,Jr '51 .45 l f a 3 " , '., A. 'n, .L , ' 1 ' f ,hfj ff' . - fi . Q, ,"Q',:f, "!.El'f5 ' V'-'vp , 1' My , 'Q ff . gz ip' - L Q ,1 ' f- Iwv ,-'MF ,T . . K, ,,. V IFF, Tj' .-,A V A.fx' .A A N jx, My - . ,-. x, if r W if Qui", 1" - A . K, , 545,15 .A N. 5' , ' Q, Xe. ,'1 .1-5 xg. wr ' .V 5 511 . ,L .J ?.'?'1i 5' f -' L' -I' ye - . 5 ,U ,941 ,IV '-,039 ,, , ' si' HOME ROOM 204. JUNIOR BOYS Row lil.. Algc, C. Brown, D. Courtney. D. Bib' ler. II. Aslxam, Nl. Bash, I-. Bryan. lr. Adams. Rowl-J. Byrne, J. Bender, R. Ayers, J. Bowl mm, L, Burns, R. Cflulelnin. V, Bow. man, H. Bell, Ci Baughman. Row 3QfNlildred llielstlv teacher, R. Adler, J Baes. C, lrnvpen R. Bogart, R. Busxef.. 5 T. Builmmin, Il 0 xv l x x llnw HOMIQ lilllbkl 105. JUNIOR BOYS 'xi-u 4 -- Iii in I livin Row . Row -I H 1. IIONII- RUUNI Ulf. JUNIOR PMYS WXII IIUQLXI Inn, JUNIOR IIUYS J. long. J Ililmerlon, NI. Nlellott, A lilexsei 5-. Marshall. U, liisller. IJ, Ii'-utr, XV. lNlelI'er, I. Klnn, I lelningel, I. llrlee. li. I'.1fmcr. Ci. l..t e I" Xlinarll IJ. liellw, IJ Ile-Inian. xx, llrejninrr Q IK-xllx, li, llwezi, Klalwl Shilling leaehel G. l..1ngxt.1ff. O. Mcllenry, ll. Owen XX' IM-rwv, C. Decker. B. llownrd. O. Ijeelur. J Oogley, G. Ilnuglas. If lllelsch. IG. Johnson, J, Kite F. Elica. R Jacob-,, If. Lfrozier, B, lilml-.e. Li. Ilvslnger, l.. Gallant Il. lull, R. Ilufford, B. Hoser. D. Helms. l'. lrye. I. llendricks. J, l-r-,e, D. D, Lnanrm., teacher, II. Ielleis. I. Emer son, ll. Ilnrsev. .-X. Kremer. W. Niswamler, I5 NI:lrrm l.. Xlelillrztlx. Ill-xrl eu. Suulwlr, TN Winch, J. Sh-mpc. B. XXJ lers 'If Spxller. 5. Srnilh. I XYillelL. limi' Nl, Iliolilu, G. Vull, IU, Sehnlield, R Watson. I". Taylor, Fl. Seh.i.ilI, IQmi Tesnem. Row! -Cf. Xllarlirr ll Taylor, Irvin 'Iiesnnw D. XX'lvklieiw:, K. Smart. R, Spoon, R. Weir-.lw.ii-I. ,-X, I. Maiioon, it-aeher. Junior Class Boys The boys of the Junior Class have held up the standard of achieve- ment which their predecessors. the senior boys. have set belore them. Numerous ones have represented their school and class in athletics and many others have done their share in qualifying for scholarship tests. Some fellows have not been in many activities, but all of them are will- ing and ready to support their school or class in any Way that may be beneficial to it. Tiuenlu-Six Q 1 'Junior Class Girls The Junior girls this year have shown .1 very fine spirit in all that was asked of them. For the Junior Play tryouts they showed a fine cosoperative spirit by having a large group present. Several girls rcpe resented the class at Bowling Green in the scholarship tests. lt is very hard to mention any extra curricular activity in which some Junior girls do not take an active and very helpful part. llUXll' RONXI lil-l JUNIUR GIRLS Ro'-x l Z. lflgrr. lf Xlnllww Xl loncx, Nl. King Nl. ll.inn.x, Nl. llarmcs J. l-oil.. R. Jncnbx Li, Blight. ll xi I Xl. l'orcm.1n l Xlnxcus .X Kroslxu l. Nlqgo,-ii ki lhng Kl li ng. T. Flrcxlonc i llovf 7 li. lloll'g,ti. ll, llirsclicr, Li. Lowdnn. l lloflmnn X llunx Y. llrxsmnd. l Rf.-x-:4 --ll ll.lug!1 l. livswll, Nl llnllowrll 'l' Jorrlan. Y. ll-im-clxcr. l. Jnclxson. M Cinllcghcr. lbw 5 l- Nlilcs. ll Qnbson, lwlcllq .Knsmtll uxicliur N. Xlnv, B. .lulinslt-n Xl. Qmnlpl N, licllfciilwrgl-r. lll1Xll RUUM llli ..lL'XlUli LJIRLS Row l-fl. Powell. Xl Xlvcrs. Ci. Xlcl. lure. A Robinson, lil, Rxlchry. Nl. Nlourc.Nl.Kl1lvS. Rox-.' 1 ll. Nlcfiown. Nl. llolmrgi- l.. Russell M. Snusscr, Ci, lhggx. Nl. Klxllcr. R. Sandx S. Nloorc, Row 3 -I". Phillips. W. Plolls. lvl. Peters. B. Nnilmn, li. Nluchlxu, l. Nlci ormic, :X. Xlonroc. l". Roller. Rowl' ll. llntlcrwn Q. Pallcrwn, l. Xlull, li. lxlixchcll. Nl. lluimund, ll. Riu. B. Rowe, ll. lXlclivlvrv. Lora XYit-sl, teacher. llUXll. ROOM lllb. JUXIUK L1lRl.S llow l- -ll. Schwab, M. Scott, l. huilv. Nl. XYoll'u. 5. Slrnwlwrnlgc. l. Zvuglci. llowl-l'. Tcrrill. U. Turf. Nl. XX'1ltlxulslti, K. Si. Nlvcr. li. Spoon. .l, Iwmilli. .X. Smut, llowl -ll. Slim.-cn1.1lwr lf. XX'isncx, l. XYxmllr ki XX"llcl'url, l . 'lilionms .l. Y.xwl.1x-. LH XYtwtlw.1ril liuxlx Sullfvi lmcllcr I Row 1 Row 1 Row 3 Row 4 HOME ROUXI llll SOl7l"lORlORE BOYS Row I-T. Row I Y Row 37XX'. D, Huniphrcv, teacher. H, Hoadlev. D. Fox. LT, llughes. R. Kirk. R. Jeffery. G, Hart. R, Hanna IIUME ROOM 103. SOPHOMORE BOYS Row lfR, Long, H. Michell. R. O Hara, D, Parker. R. Xloore, Q. Love. J. Lorenz. Rowl7L. Leonard. D, Overholt. L. Miller. l,, Miller. E, Lucas. H. liuhlman. R. Patten son, P. S. Hoehsieitler. teacher. Rmx'37l.cster Moss. H. Lambert. J. Naus. D. Patterson. R. Nesler. B. Nirbel. D. Or- wiclx. XX', Mueller, F, Monday. RUW4-R. Manley. Luther Moss. X'. Xleelu. .-X. Morehead. li. Marshall. X', Opperman. M, H U Row l - lion' 1- - Row 3-- HOF- Row I-- Row 1-- Rmx' Bv- YJ. Adams. R. Bell, XX'. Doty. G, Clappcr. J. Bonn. A. Baker. l.. Baird. G. H. Frack. teacher: rX. Alge, H. Bishop Fred Abell. R. Dietsch. Francis Abell. L. Fleck. M. Bair. J. Dishun. F. Bowman. N. Arnold. R. Beagle. J. Angus. D., Alexander. I,. Burnham. D. Baughman 4 Bray. J. Beardslev. J. 1-Xndrcws. I. It-riler. R. Daugherty. 4 Beardslev. .X liz ughman. H.irtlm.m R, Hicks. R. Higgins. LP Gallant S Hoover. D. Green. B. Gillespie. Don ll-an-ers. O. Qnrlow lil. lilemmn. J. Folk. R. l-olll. R. Cialleher. D. Houser. C. Hotiman. ll. lr.inZ. Xlillhouse. J. Nliller. ME ROOM 4. SUl"l'lOXlORE BOYS P, Reamsnvrler. R, Switzer. R. Stover. R Powell. XY. Tabh J. Schofield, X'. Smith. T. Ritkelt.. R. Sites. A. Shivelev. D. Slever. H. Polen. XY, Riley. T, Roberts. J. Schwvn. G. Tav- lor, XX'. L. Slager. teacher, l, Bnvder. R. Rnggc, R. Slears. R. Rite R. Smith. G Swisher. XX'. Ruth. C. Polen. C. Slanfxeld. 'IE ROOM 200. SOPHOMORE BOYS A. Tesnow. D. Yoxrhimer. .-X. XX'ilsOn, lf. Young. XX'. Zierolf. J. Zaenglein. XX'. XX'ineland. C. XX'illiams, B. XX'ittenmyer. R. Taylor. B. X'arner, B, XX'etherald. J. XX'allen. R, XX'calxli'. XX'. XX'illiams. J. XX'illiamson. R. XX'eber. R. Yates, Bernice Smith. teacher. Sophomore Boys This year when the Sophomore boys came from the two junior highs. Donnell and Glenwood. they put all the rivalry that had existed between the two schools aside and joined in a common determination to back the activities of dear old Findlay High. In this they succeeded admirably for they were out for every sport and activity that they could participate in. We hope that they continue in the same spirit next year. Tu.'enIyALi17hI Sophomore Girls Last September brought A new crop of faces to fill the vacancy left by the present junior girls. It must be said for the Sophomore girls that they held up the standards as capably as any before them have ever done. They did everything they could do to get behind school projects and help put them over. It is our fervent hope that the Sophomore Class of '36 will live up to our anticipations. HOME Row l ROOM 101. SOPHOMORE GIRLS D. Bond, XV. Baker. LQ. Bond. V. Cole, R. Bishop, F. Gavins. Row ZYM, Ayers. B. Behm, E. Bates, B. Bellinger. Row 3' - C. Bender, M. Brenneman. J. Beltz. L. Burse, M. Carly, D. Bachman. S. Boeracker. Row -I fV. Ayres, M. Beck, G. Bliss, M. Gollnns B. Baughman. Miss Finton. teacher. HOME ROOM 103. SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row lf' lf. Denman. A. Connne. D. Dalious, C. Clowl, B. Liromer. V. Geib. M. Greelhan, H, Holmes. Row lik Fornes. C. Crosser, G. Currie. C. Go- brecht. G. Howard, li. Edie. M, Fellabaum, Row 3-ff-M. Fornes, J. EOE. L. Hards. M. Cramer, M. Fisher. Bl. Glasco. C, Crook, M, DuBois. Row 4fV. DeXVoody. L, Haggerty, B. Glaseo, Sylvia XVest, teacher: V, Frye. P, Parison, I. Gohllxe, M. Connell. HOME ROOM lll, SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row l iD. Jackson. A. Lovell, N, Hunt. N, Paul, M, Huber, G. Moore, V. Huber. Row 2--M. Minard. D. Leonard. H. Miller, G. Oman. Row 3fE, P. Norton. Quick, R. Nlischke. Ohl. C. H. Haverfield. teacher: J. Krause. D. Merlen. M. Nicholas. T. Laube. HOME ROOM ZH, SOPHOMORE GIRLS Row 1 Row Z Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 -fC. Thiele. D. NVnse, H. Randolph. V. Rei- mund, M. Rankin. B. Vaulaw. N, Star- liper. M. Strawbridge, H. XVilIxams, K. Thomas. M. Schwinn. E. Rader. A. Semler, KI. XVarner, INI. Slbold. O, Tarr. gl.. Slough, M. Snyder. A. XVisner, M, Simpson, V. XValtermire. R. Rush. D. Sprow. D. Salluws. M. XVynn, G. Sonnansrine, M. Snyder, B. XVilson. J, Sonnansline. D. XVestfall, XV. XVilliamson. M. Saum. ' I.. Radebaugh. H. Rupright. J. Riley. H. Randolph, A. XVittebort. R. NVinters. B, Redman, B. Schaffer. H, Strathman. E. A. Shull. teacher. Snapshots . . . All seniors were once freshmen . . . recognize them? . . . O'Bry. Kitty, Annabel. Dolly . . . And as for Claud . . . how we'd hate to meet him some dark night . . . and do you remember how many times you sat in health class and wondered how many parts he really did have? . . , XVe might say that it was Mr. Matteson letting the cat out of the bag about something . . . but since it's neither a cat nor Mr. Matteson you'll have to draw your own conclusions . . . In the good old summer-time . . . Balcony scene . . . the Queen . . . Oh? . . . manslaughter. . . Martins Ford . . . Dan, Fanny, and the Plymouth . . , Nice tennis racquets . . . nice building. too . . . and . . . you say it. . . Humpty Dumpty sat on a Wall . . . dinner . . . Oh. am l hungry! . , , . . ef. . L :rr-:veg-:'vf::..,.... .- ' 'nail-L R- Q' 5 , x ., .g , -- li w '- we Q 2 ' Q2 A + ,- ,A J 1 wg f ' w- ! K . 3-5 ' Q .N f I 3 - tg 4 .......a .Hr ' wi ' .1 gi ws-, ,Qi .Va- ,,, .... S1 .:- X 77-N me E- ' 1 1. I'-gas ess I Q " .f1'f:,ff"s,. ll ' QQ' 27049: 'Qffgq Q ' 5' NEAR fr' Q' ,P ' ' 53? Y - , M L rf- 4' ' r Q ' ' ' v 4 s- if E 'F' o'o'c'o 1 'filling 9" 'NN1' ' ff Q - 1 3 t . 'r ' ' ',',', 1. ,, XS. - .2 :Q 31.33. is , il. Q 5935 I , f1..Q.s:..1, Se- .3 W S -1- ,x- 1 ,s.,,:? . - W ' ah."-.uf i I at I t S 325' Qiesk + 'X M X . v -rx xg "jQ,':.:. , le 1 ' r-' .. 5 'f ' fl, i ' ' l el ' i . ' aff' 5 , is 1 I V-5 f - 9 o , ' 5 ,,,. e It i ' ' .21 f .Salle 'A fx- ' 5 7 1-Fi? aa.: 5 iii X' a a aaara aras , ,C s xv N Snapshots . . . Just the boys on a balmy April day . . . waiting for the three- minute bell . . . Birds in a gilded cage . . . or if you prefer . . . monkeys . . . Now. Bill, that's a mighty tall one . . . you Wouldn't fool a poor English teacher, woiulclyou? . . . Now we know where Eiseman learned to drive . . . Miscellaneous . . . Watch the birdie . . . but, Mr. Kinley, we don't see any birdie . . . all right, cut it! . . . The smile that stuck . . . poor fellow . . . Coach Constein . . . grin and all . . . What ho! . . . Chief Six Cannons Purple Cow . . . oh, pardon us, Mr. Shull . . . it must have been the wigwam . . . Well, anyhow, here's one line we have to believe. Thing-One 71 , f- .'-s ri 1 C. Snapshots Aha . . . Mr. Swisher and Mr. Bibler all bedecked in their Sun- day best . . . There was track even way back when . . . And speak- ing of the old family album . . . after the ball was over . . . Fannie, Schaef, Henrietta, Peg. O'Bry, Nina, Betty, Kathryn . . . and who is the playful couple . . . oh. yes, Martin and Nlischke . . . where have we heard of them before? . . . Yes, we know he has a new one now, but we also thought Old Faithful should come in for a little recognition . . . Only Sophs . . . but with quite a Senior air . . . my, my, something should be done about these youngsters . . . And here's the other extreme . . . can't you just see them longing for a circus? . . .Not quite so skillful as Mr. Shull, but just as proud . . . lsaac Walton, Jr .... Oh, fair statuary . . . meet Miss Shaver. Thirty - Tuso x . ,uhm .w X ww . bm. K U . N-'Sf Honor Class Findlay Senior High School has many reasons to be proud of its Honor Class this year for it is an unusually large one. All members of this class have maintained for four years an average of ninety per cent or more. lt is composed of the pupils of the best scholastic ability and is a recognition of the achievement of every member. This year's class was headed by William Cromer as valedic- torian with an average of 96.062 per cent. He was very closely followed by Richard Leader who had an average of 95.979 per cent. These two boys were leaders in the activities of the school and deserve the honor that comes to them. The Honor Class represents the best in scholastic ability that the high school has. To be a member of it is the ambition of every true student of Findlay High. The members are to be commended for their Work and for the honor that they bring to the school. Row 1-L. Jones. C. Ulsh. A. Spitler. H. Mueller. M. Runkle, T. Saul, F. Murphy. M. Ludi. F, Meyers, Row Z--M. I.. O'Brien, L. Schaefer, M, Vfeller. E. Arnold. M, Foltz. F. Gillespie. J. XVilson. J. Ovcrholt. F. Meier. Row 3-B. Moran. J. Firmin. E. Shuclc. W. Cromer, G. Barrett, D. Donnell. J. Hines, M. Browne. E. Rudolph. Thirly-Four President ,,,,,,,,,, Emerson Shuck V. Pres. Dorothy Buffington Sec.-Treus. ,,,,, Frank Royer Sponsor ,,.,,,, F. L. Kinlcy Student Council The Student Council is made up of members elected from each home room. Mr. Kinley is the faculty adviser. lt serves as a link between the ad- ministration of the school and the student body. Any suggestions from students are brought up in the Student Council. lt is not a student governing body but is an organization which strives to unify student activities under one control. This group sponsored the lecture course which is greatly enjoyed by all the student body. It has charge of the concessions during the football and basketball seasons and at the Basketball Tournament. The group also sponsored College Day but on account of there being no school that Week the day was canceled. Thus in many ways the Student Council makes itself an invaluable factor in the life of the school. Row 1-M. Fellabaum, B. Boyd, M. Wolfe, D. Buffington, E. Weaver, V. Winters, D. Sprow. Row 2-E. Bates, M. Snyder, G. Howard. V. Dreisbach. H. Lee. G. Fairbanks, L. Magoon. M. King. Row 3-R. Rogge. L. Meeks, H. Bishop, D. Courtney, J. Brenner, R. Gallegher, F. Royer. M. Wells. Row 4-R. Young, W. Zierolf, R. Bell. W. Riley. C. Mueller. R. Chatelain. Row 5-G. Dysinger, J. Firmin. E. Shuck. B. Gillespie, D. Caughman. L. Hendricks. B. Martin, W. Waite. Thirty-Five Presidenl V. Pres. . ..,.. Secretary Treasurer Sponsor 6. A. A. Senior Advisors ....Marjorie Browne Betty Mischke Saramae Ittle .. .. Miss Bushey Maxine Ha rmes Miss Kiefer's assistants: Betty Moran Juanita Overholt G. A. A. Membership in the G. A. A. is as follows: lst Row- Znd Row -E. S. lttel. M. Hill. A. Hoffman. D. Miller. C. Hathaway. M. Browne. V. W'inters M. Walters. M. Polk. D. Spoon. St. Myers, C. Wilson, B. Holligcr. XV. Plotts. Nl. Harmes. M. Hanna. D. Coombs K. Denison. Miss Bushcy, teacher. 3rd RowiW. Baker. E. Miles, Marguerite King. B. Mischke, L. Magoon. M. Ludi. C. Fctters. R 4th Row-H. 5th Row-D. NVinters. D. Merton. M. Nichols. M. Brunk. Harmes. P. Cavins. M. Armbrecht. E. Bates. E. Ohl. P. Norton, A. Hunt T. Cornwell. G. Leatherman. Amman, L. Dantico, Margaret King. B. Bellenger, G. Bingham. E. Doherty A. Yates. H. Strathman. M. Downing. O. Campbell. J. lnsley. 6th Row-Margaret Jones. J. Krause, M. Smart, A. Robinson. Lillian Burse, T. Laub. R.Mischke J. Davis. Lillian Jones. F. Krauss. 7th Row-N. Starliper, A. Conine. P. Burnap. l. Kiger. G. McClure, K. Mitchell. L. Powell M. Zeigler. B. Child. P. Coon. SENIOR ADVISORS Thirty-five senior girls are elected from the fifty having the highest scholarship to become Senior Advisors to the incoming sophomore girls. Miss Lena Kiefer is the organizations faculty advisor. The Senior Advisors for l9'53-3-l are Cseatedj left lo right: A. Spitler. Nl. O'Brien B. Moran. E. Rudolph. H. Wonder. V. Winters. M. Weller. S. Howard. M. Kelly, H. Lee second row: F. Meier. B. Beals. M. XVolfe. R. Long. E. Arnold. M. Browne, J. XVilson. R. Wil liamson. T. Saul. V. Reese. N. Burson J. Laube: third row: J. Overholt. M. Ludi. E. Murphy F. Gillespie, M. Gohlke, A. Bowman. D. Coombs. M. Molder. D. Walker. H. Mueller, M. Foltz P. Franklin, M. Smith. Thirlil-Six' l' "W Commercial Mathematics lresident v,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. Mary Foltz V. Pres. ,,,,.AA.. Marjorie Browne Secretary .,,,,,,,, Marjorie Molder Reporters Anabel Bowman Mary Ludi Sponsors Rosa Hudnell Mae Fasseti Sponsor ,,...,,,,.,,,, Cilendora Mills COMMERCIAL CLUB The purpose of the Commercial Club is to give additional information in office training. to develop leadership. self-assurance. poise and initiative, to practice good citizenship. cooperation. coordination. and fellowship. This club meets once a month and is open to senior commercial students only. The members are the following: lseatedl M. Eiler, Ci. Skidmore, R. Long. M. Molder, A. Bowman. M. Browne. M. Folk. J. Laube, J. Overholt. F. Meier. H. Fetters. M. Ludi: lstandingl E. Murphy, E. Russell. H. Harmes, l. Siford, A. Leonard. D. Miller. M. Fry, Miss Hudnell, Miss Fassett. E. St. Myers. C. Hathaway. T. Jordan. M. Cavins. C. Allen, M. Gordan. M, Cline, M. Foltz. F. Franklin, M. Smith. MATHEMATICS CLUB Due to the fact that there was no trigonometry class this year. those boys who were interested in studying higher algebra and becoming acquainted with the principles of trigon- ometry, formed the Mathematics Club. The club, under the sponsorship of Miss Mills has enjoyed a very successful and beneficial program. The membership consisted of the following: CStand1ingJ : D. Leader, G. Barrett. R. Myers, D. Powell. B. Sargent, D. Donnell. F. Simon. lSeatedJ: C. Beard, B. Cromer. Miss Mills, VV. Opperman. J. Hines. Thirty-Seven D l President .... L, ,,,,,, Max Swasick V, Pres. Secretary Sponsor President ,,,,,., Arden Baughman 7 Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lester Moss ' flduisor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Mr. Ci. W. Le: ,,,......t...Elmet Orndorff .,,.,...Robert W. Russell .,.,,,,,,,,,,G. R. Conslein X . Pres. ,,,,, Frank Monday Advanced Science Biology 1 ADVANCED SCIENCE The Advanced Science Club was an organization of those boys who were interested in studying advanced problems in physics. theory and laboratory work. A study of modern aviation and recent scientific tendencies had their part in the club's program. Throughout the year different members of the club demonstrated and explained various chosen subjects. Standing we see from Ueft to rightjz R. Russell. C. Krantz. E. Orndorff. M. Swasick. Mr. Constein, D. Keyes. R. Richel, G. Bigelow. K. Fisher: Cgseatedlz M. Carpenter. K. Weimer. C. Cooksey. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club was organized to foster a greater interest in Nature Study, birds. trees. and flowers, through a deeper study of biological subicct. The club had a very successful year. Row l-C. Marshall. M. Haugh. A. Taylor. F. Monday. A. Baughman. V. May. R. Taylor. K. Barnhart. C. XVilliams, Row 2-Luther Moss. D, LaWarre. A. Alge. M. Bixler. R. Nesler. Mr. Lee, D. Baughman. V. Opperman. M. Millhouse. Lester Moss. Tlwirry-Eight z '71 'Photography Aesthetics V. Pres.... Sponsor... President .. V. Pres, Secretary.. Treasurer President ,,,,,, Sec. -Treas. ,,,, Reporter .,,,..,,Y Sponsor ,,,,.. Bob Crowl Bill Martin Adrian Moorhead Louise Dietelbach ,,,, A. L. Mattoon ..........Mildred Walters ,,....Gladys Wurm .....,,.Betty Child ......Buford Yates ......Miss Dietsch PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club familiarizes the members with the construction and operation of the camera, to study lighting effects, to know and recognize different types of cameras. Parties and field trips were enjoyed as social activities of the club. The members of the club are fseatedl left to right: M. Taylor, Mr. Mattoon. A. Moor- head, B. Martin, B. Crowl, R. Mathews. R. Moore, P. Calhoun. Second row: J. lnsley. L. Dietelbach, M. Smart. P. Thomas, A. Blackford, A. Bayless, B. Tarr, N. Mathias, W. Oxley. D. Bibler. R. Taylor' Third row: VJ. Snyder, E. Brown. R. Nichols, C. Johnson. P. Foltz. D. Courtney, D. Snyder, D. Yoxhimer. R, Long. D, Patterson. H. Johnson. L. Burse. THE AESTHETICS CLUB In an effort to study the beautiful, Miss Nlildred Dietsch led her charges in the study of beauty in rhythm, art, painting, and also in music and literature. These phases benefit each individual, teaching her poise and self-confidence. The members are as follows Cseatedlz F. Bacon, M. Wolfe. Cm. Wurm. M. Walters. R. Coldren. B. Child. E. Rudolph. C. Ulsh: second row: M. Dreyer, B. Morehead, L. Rader. H. Routson. J. Vautau, B. Yates, Miss Dietsch, L. Hards. M. Collins. M. Runkle. V. Arnold: third row: M. Myers, S. Howard. D. Silos, M. Fischer. M. Schaaff. N. Shiray, F. Burnap, E. Terrill, R. Williamson, H. Mathew. Thirty-Nine if E' i E Classical Philosophy f 3 51 President ..A.,,.7,,,,. Elizabeth Ritz P V. Pres. ,,,,,......, Samuel Marshall Treasurer ,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,.., J oari Lee V Reporter .- ,.., .John Wallen ,N Sponsor ,,..,,.,, Miss Laura Weist l l i l i, l President V. Pres. ..,..., ,,,,,,,,,,, H elen Lee Secretary Sponsor Dorothy Hirscher Louise Ault ,,,....,Mable Shilling CLASSICAL CLUB The purpose of the Classical Club is to show the relation between English and Latin by means of plays, etc.: to gain a wider knowledge of the background of the Roman language and the Roman people: and to study more intensively the life and customs of the people. The membership of the club is reading from left to right, Cseatedj 2 R. Bishop. C. Burke, M. Clark, G. Currie. J. Davis, V. Frye. M. Gompf. V. Huber, D. Jackson, N. Ketzenberger. M. King, R. Kirk, J. Lee, S. Marshall, D. Merten, R. Mischke, W. Mueller. B. Nichel, E. Ritz. J. Wallen, W. Wineland, and M. Wynn. PHILOSOPHY CLUB The Philosophy Club encourages an interest in General Philosophy with special emphasis on the ethical branch: to encourage the building of individual "Philosophy of Life," which will help us face and adjust ourselves to the numerous changes and trials of life. to investigate "personality" and to try to reduce some of the higher elements of its philosophical principles which are within our control. The members of the club are lstandingl. left io right: M. Sausser. S. Howard, I. Thomas. M. Weller, R. Wolford. J. Wittenmyer, E. Weaver: Cseatedl : V. Vifinters. L. Ault. D. Hirscher. E. Solomon, H. Lee, E. Moore, Miss Shilling. Forly l ,lj Pen-Art Handicraft President Henrietta Baughman V. Pres. ,,,,,,,.,,,,, Dorothy Bond Sctretary v. ,,,,,,, Lavaun Moneer Sponsor .,,,,,,,,,, C. H. Haverfield President ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S ara Ittel Secretary ..,... ,,,,,,,, T hora Saul Sponsor M,,, .,,A.,, M iss Anstaett PEN-ART CLUB The purpose of the Pen-Art Club is the study and practice of plain and ornamental penmanship, the study of several of the more practical alphabets as applied to lettering, etc. The members of the club are Qseatedl, left to right: L. Baird. R. Baird. H. Stevenson. E. Quick, J. Sonnanstine, D. Bond, F. Cavins.. Second row fstandingl: G. Leatherman, D. Best. T. Laub, A. Lovell, B. Lape, P. Norton, Mr. Haverfield. B. Glasco. H. Baughman. J. Platt. M. Hunt. W. Konkel, M. Huber. E. Boise, L. Dantico, G. Moore, J. Opperman. HANDICRAFT CLUB The Handicraft Club endeavors to increase practical knowledge along the lines of Domestic Science. Many beautiful common but different articles were created and finished by the members. Row 1-M. Hill. C. Wilson. M. Halliwell, H. Merten, R. Patterson, L. Burse. M. Peters, M. Cochran. F. Meyers. M. Castor. T. Saul, S. Ittel. ROW 2-V. Cole. A. Hoffman, R. Shontelmire, F. Vllindall, M. Roth. Miss Anstaett. P. Phillips, B. Holliger, H. Mueller. V. Reimond. Forty-Ont' I Q. l F i 3 'Aero-Science Chemistry Q l l President .. ,,,, ,,,..,..,,,, J im Frye p V. Pres. ....,, .,... C ecil Launders J Secretary .. .,,, ,..... M ary Kelley . Sponsor ..... ......... W . L. Slager 1 il i President ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, R . Hall V. Pres. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, J . Gee Sec.-Treus. ,,,..,,. ,...,., B . Walters . Ch. of Program..W. Neiswander Sponsor . ,.,,,,...,, D. D. Lawrence ' l... AERO-SCIENCE CLUB This club aHorded those students interested in aircraft a chance to learn of the principles of flight and of the different types of aircraft used at present. The club was sponsored by Mr. Slager. Row liJ. Frye, D. Kelley. G. Porter. A. Vlilson. J. Schofield. H. Minard, D. Galleher, C. Launders. R. Smith, A. Schaaff, R. Weber, F. Bryan. Row 2-W. Ruth, F. Royer, W. Fornes. D. Fox, F. Kobe, D. Foltz. O. Garlow. D. Bearclsley. R. O'Harra. R. Sheely. O. Dickes. B. Jeffery. N. Eiseman, B. Chatelain. W. L. Slager. Row 3-D. Finton, H. Schoonover, R. Rice. G. Fairbanks. B. Mischke. M. NVittkofski. K. Tyner. E. Hart, D. Beagle, C. Corder. V. Heistand, M. Vklright. M. Kelley, D. Dennison, J. Lorenz. CHEMISTRY CLUB To those students who enjoy performing experiments and making scientific investigations the Chemistry Club afforded a great deal of pleasure and instructive work. Row l-Mr. Lawrence, C. Stanfield. E. Miller, L, Hendricks. P. Roller, V. Lozier. D. Brown. J. Gee, W. Dorsey. D. Redman. Row 2-E. Curtis, K. Palmer. G. Voll. B. YValters. R. Hall, W. Neiswander. F. Whetstone. J. Wittebort. R. Schwyn. H. Askam, D. Bibler. ROW 3-N. Winch, R. Flannagan. W. Vkfaite, G. Struble, J. Shoupe. R. Risser. C. Brown. B. Drake. T. Spitler, R. Peterman, B. Johnston. D. Owen. W. Mettler. B. Martinf Frvrly-Two .f ,L ' 'ri Book Lovers Forumj: President V. Pres. . Secretary 'lireusurer Reporter Sponsor Laura Schaefer l-lelen McKelvey Margaret Hanna Jeanette Brooks Annabel Spitler ...Helen Vxfiseley President ,,,, ,,.,,, M orris Hicks Secretary .,,,,,,.,,,, Eleanor Arnold Sponsor ,,,,,,..,, W. D. Humphrey BOOK LOVERS CLUB The purpose of the Book Lovers Club was to create a greater interest in good books, to encourage the reading of all good books, to keep in touch with current literature. to review and discuss books of interest to its members. Miss Wiseley sponsored this club. The members of the club were: third row-H, Haugh, H. Marvin. A. Stout, G. Oman. D. Wise. M, Nichols. S. Moore. L. Powell, C. Bond, C. Hatch, M. King, R. Jacobs. R. Winters, M. Paul. Second row-L. Schaefer. Miss Wiseley, L. Haggerty, M. Harmes. E. Miles J. Palmer, E. Wisner, H. Abbott, H. Strathman. M. Downing, O. Campbell, R. Ayres, B. Johnston. First row-M. Runkle, C. Ulsh. H. McKelvey, J. Brooks, A. Spitler, M. Hanna. D. Grube, J. Cotner, R. Neumann. FORUM CLUB The purpose of the Forum Club is to discuss current topics, not only in the field of politics. but also in literature and drama as well: to encourage the reading of modern periodicals. It aims to study no particular country, but general conditions everywhere. Meetings are held twice every month. The personnel of the club are fstandingl: R. Stoner. R. Marks, J. Firmin. S. Burson. M. Hicks, R. Watson, D. Orwick, R. Varner, N. Arnold, R. Weakley: fseatedl: D. Flowers. L. Shuler, B. Beals, B. Fellabaum. D. Briggs, Mr. Humphrey. E. Arnold. D. Buffington, D. Dehnhoff, C. Thiele, F. Flowers. Forty-Three President V. Pres.. Astronomy Outdoor . ,,,,,, John Dishon ....,.Fred Holliger Secretary ,,,..... Vaughn Meeks Reporter ....,,,,,.,,,A,, Fred Holliger Sponsor President V. Pres. Secrelary Sponsor P. F. Hochstettler l l l ..Charles Bright ...Bob Hosler l Neva Starliper A. Shull 3 L . .,,., ASTRONOMY CLUB The chief aim of the Astronomy Club was to acquire through a study of the movements and peculiarities of the stars and planets a greater appreciation for the heavenly bodies. Through out the year various talks. reports and lectures concerning the science of astronomy were given Row Row Row The personnel of the club consisted of the following students: l-Cseatedlz R. Clapper. A. Robinson. M. Bair. M. Reese. J. Miller. G. Howard. Z-Qseatedj : W. Doty. C. Patterson. C. Beardsley. F. Edie, D. Hauser. B. Rowe F. Holliger. 3- fstandingl I J. Palmerton, Ci. Swisher. C. Price. T. Ricketts. P. Reamsnyder. J. Angus V. Meeks. F. Abel, A. Leininger. R. Johnson. Mr. Hochstettler. and John Dishon. OUTDOOR CLUB Row Row Row Row Row Row Row l-fseatedk B. Emerson. N. Starliper. C. Fischer. T. Frye. Z-Qseatedl: D. Schwab. R. Benjamin. M. Grey. T. Firestone. M. Robarge. L. Russell J. Smith. M. Moore. G. McClure, R. Sands. M. Miles. l. Ziegler. 1-fslandingl: Mr. Shull. C. Decker. D. Alexander. M. Gragg. H. Mitchell. V. Dyer R. Thomas. L. Gallant, R, Baker. E. Glasco, Ci. Douglas. Z-Cstandingl P, Farrison. J, Beltz. C. Colbert. D. Walker. B. Allison. F. Campbell J. Schofield. P. Cramer. K. Mitchell. Ci. Loudeu, M. Miller. E. McCormic. C. St. Myer. 3-lslandingbz C. Hoffman. R. King. C. Warner. NV. Platts. F. Gillespie. M. Brunlc H. McCiown. L. Burse. M. Gohlke. I. Gohlke. R. Smith. C. King. 4-fstandinglz R. Bond. L. Crates. B. Yates, R. Dietsch. E. Green. J. Schwynn. L Burnham. V. Smith. R. Jacobs. R. Hicks. P. Foltz. A. Falkner. A. Kreiger. 5-Cslandrnglz R. Gallant. A. Gibson. D. Langstaff. F. Emerson. G. Taylor. B. Hosler D. Helms. J. Hendershot. C. Oman. C. Shively. D. Culler. Forty-Four f ""l Little Theater Senior Dramatic l l President ,,,,., ,,,,,,, J ane Eoff A V. Pres. .,,, .. Deloris Pifer Secretary ,,,. .. ,,.,,, John Adams Sponsor ,,,, ,,,,,, R uth Finton President ,,,,,,,,. Dick Caughman V. Pres. ....,,, . .,... Nina Burson Sec.-Treus. ,,,.,,,., Bob Ciarlinger Sponsor ..., ,,,,,.,, S ylvia West LITTLE THEATER CLUB The purpose of the Little Theater club is to read. study, and present one-act plays. Each member plays an active part in giving suggestions. choosing plays, and selecting casts. The members are as follows Csearedl z Row 1-G. Might. M. Wells. B. Cromer. O. Bachman. Miss Finton, A. Kraske, J. Eoff. B. Moorhead. H. VanDorn. A. Kresser. C. Crowl. Row 2-Z. Kiger, M. Marx. H. Fctters, D. Dalious. F. Jackson, B. Nathan. T. Hardman. B. Redman. R. Rogge, R. Daugherty, F. Krause. M. Saums, D. Pifer. B. Baughman. C. Crosser, B. Billinger. Row 3-B. Reeg. M. Armbrecht, B. Gillespie. R. Loveridge, B, Behm. P. Taylor, V, Bowman, V. Ayres. C. Crook, D. Schofield, E. Ohl. S. Boeracker. H. Bill. SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Those individuals who desire to strengthen their knowledge of the stage and learn to manage and direct plays are encouraged to join the Senior Dramatic Club. The principal of acting is extended through various kinds of 0119-3Ct plays. Among those plays directed and given by club members are comedies as well as tragedies. Miss Sylvia West served as faculty advisor. Stunding:EB.KGarlinger, C. Dorsey A. Spitler, M. Child, J. Renshler, L. Schaefer, K. Abbott. . eyes. Sealed:-E. Shuck. M. Elliot. F. Lowe, M. Kelley. M. Roberts. I. Mull. N. Burson, A. Tippin. M. Nlisamore. E. Rudolph, H. Wonder. C. Ulsh, M. Myers. B. Moran. K. Denison, M. O'Brien. D. Winch. D. Caughman. Miss West. Forty-Five - 2 a QL, P . if .Ka-'QQ N Girl Reserves Senior l-li-Y President ,,,,,,..... ...Marie Weller V, President ,,,,,,v,,,,, Thora Saul Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,, , Barbara Boyd Treasurer ,,,,,., Kathryn Tyner fldwisor ,, ...Miss Glcndora Mills President V. Pres. Secretary Treasurer John Hines ,...,,,,Elmer Orndorff Clarence Davis William Cromer GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves establish a band of friendship, promote Christian living among girls and serve the community as Christian citizens. Their slogan is "To face life squarely." Row Row 1 2 The members of the club are: -R. Williamson. M. Kelly. V. 'XVinters, M, Weller, A. Hoffman. M, Hill. C. Wilson. E, Solomon. Miss Mills. -C. Bond, M. Sibold, S. Howard, K. Tyner. N. Burson, F. Burnap. D, Merten. L. Hards, M. Clark. ROW 3-E. gallows, H. Harmes, E. Sealy, D, XVestfall, R. NVinters. M, Collins. M. Greetham. . oyd. Row -4-M. King. M. Caster. D. Brown, M. Haugh, A. Blackford, C. Crook. J. Palmer. D. Spoon, V. Geib. Row 5-A. Robinson, B. Rowe, L, Magoon. B. Glasco. M. Connell, V. Huber, D. Jackson, T. Laub, V. Ayres. .I Row 6-V. Arnold, E. Reed, L. Burse. Lois Burse. M. Smith, B, Cromer. B. Baughman. W. Konkel, M. Warner. C. Gobrecht, J. Beltz. SENIOR HI-Y The aim of the Senior Hi-Y was to "create, maintain. and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." Among the services rendered this year by the club were the publicity campaign for the Hobby Show and the Vocational Guidance Campaign. r Row ROW ROW Row 1-J. Firmin, M. Hicks, J. Hines. E. Orndorif, C. Davis, B. Sargent, W. Opperman. 2-G. Barrett, J. Hendershot, D. Culler, M. Swisher. D. Leader, C. Beard, C. Cooksey. 3-E. ghuck. M. Swasick. J. Corner. F. Holliger, R. Finton. D. Bishop. M. Carpenter. F. oyer. 4-D. Hutson. B. Cromer. F. Moore, D. Caughman, J. Platt, B. Garlinger, J. Gohlke. Forty-Six Junior l-li-Y Sophomore Treasurer Sponsor .. l-li-Y President .,,,,,,,,,, Darwin Stever Secretary ....,,,,,,, George Struble John Pressnell .. C. A. Robbins Preszdeni . ,.,...,,, .Vaughn Meeks Serretary .,,,,,,,,, Donald Denison , Treasurer ..,,,, Dan Flower: Sponsor . .,,,,,, Ray Mosshart JUNIOR HI-Y From this group of boys must come that leadership and that Hi-Y nucleus which will be responsible for the success of the Senior Hi-Y Club of next year. This organization is spon- sored by C. A. Robbins. Row 1-Creading from left to rightj : C. Decker, D. Stever, D. Bibler, H. Askam. D. Courtney, F. Elsea, N. Winch. Row 2--R. Howard, T. Spitler, D. Risser, B. Walters, G. Struble, J. Shoupe, P. Jacobs. Row 3-F. Bryan, G. Porter, R. Spoon, R. Woodward, B. Martin, D. Boulis, H. Fellers. SOPHOMORE HI-Y This club is made up of sophomores who have just come from the two Junior Highs joined with the other two clubs and participated in the Hi-Y activities with a great amount of zeal. Mr. Mosshart sponsored the club. Row 1-D. Flowers, R. Higgins. W. Wineland, R. Hicks, P. Phillipp, R. Bell, R. Loveridge, J. Adams, F. Flowers. Row 2-D. Orwick, J. Schwynn, B. Denison, R. Beagle, R. Daugherty. A. Shively, R. Rogge. A. Moorhead, B. Gillespie. W. Ruth. Row 3-R. Baker, I.. Burnham, D. Hauser, L. Meeks, G. Love. C. Kirk, D. Alexander, H. Bishop, R. Smith, B. O'Harra. Forty-Seven Debate Choir DEBATE CLUB During the past year great strides have been taken in the development of debating as a schooi project, This year a Buckeye Debate League consisting of Findlay. Fremont. Fostoria, Tiffin. and Sandusky was formed. Throughout the year various non-decision debates were held with the respective members of this league. Practice debates were also held with Melmore and Thompson Townships. Students representing Findlay High in these debates were: Don Patterf son, Louise Ault. Robert Yates. John XVallen. Dan Flowers, and Thomas Roberts. Mr. Mattoon is the sponsor of this activity, Standing we see: Mr. Mattoon. M Bair, D. Flowers. Seated are: R, Yates. D. Patterson. Louise Ault. G. Might. A, Baughman. li. Jackson, T, Roberts. V. Cole. J. XVallen. CHAPEL CHOIR The Chapel Choir. under the direction of Mr. Sanderson and composed of fifty selected members of the advanced music class has sung in chapel and at various city churches and clubs, Row l-Mr. Sanderson. V. Reese, H. Harmes, M, XVolfe. G. Corbin. A. Leininger. NV. Sargent. R. Hall, M, Swisher. R. Jacobs. E. XVillett. J, Platt, H, YVonder, R, XVilliamson. M. Runlcle. M. Myers, Row 2-D. Spoon. B, Nathan. D. Cirube. V. Driesbach. C. Coolxsey. C. Frederick, Ci. Bigelow. J. DeHaven, B. Hosler. C. Price. B. Howard. P. Taylor. C. Mcliitrick, M. Misamore. J. Winterroxxid, l. Briggs, T. Saul. Row 3-M. Roberts. H. Routson. M. Child. F. Jackson. M. L. O'Brien. J. Hanna, E, Shuck. B. Martin. B. Cromer. R. XVoodward. D. Bibler, B. Dufford. E, Honecl-ter. H. Lee. M. Kelley. D. Buffington B. Child. lirllu-1,ii1hI Band Orchestra BAND This organization has steadily grown until now it includes about seventy students. During the school year the band sponsored a chapel program: participated in the annual band festival at Upper Sandusky where they won honorable commcndationg and went to the first meeting of the Buckeye League on April 27. Row 1-J, Ciohlke, D. LaRowe. C. Crippen. R. XVeller, J. XVittcnmyer. J. Snyder. R. 'W'etherald, B, Ritz. Rowl-D. Turner, R. Wolford. C. Price, J. Snyder, R Adler. G. Dysinger, C. Hill XV. Woodward, J. Dipert. M. Moore. R. Edie. J. Hendershot. B. Geiger, M. Mellot. G. Loach. Ci. Kester. G, McCleary. R. Bell. Row 3-B. Niebel, B. Baughman. M. Saul, A. Rogge, D. Baughman. J. Zaenglein. P. Taylor. J. Farisori, H. Shuck. G. Brown. B. Hover, F. Flowers, Mr. Shisler, K, Stears. Ci. Gowdy, H. Schoonover. H, Blackford, B. Ruth, J. Vkfaggoner, ORCHESTRA Once again the Orchestra has played an important part in the activities of the school, participating in the Latin Pageant, the Style Show. the Junior and Senior plays. and the Opera, "The Pirates of Penzance." and assisting at Commencement. This organization made an excellent showing at the Buckeye League Festival at Sandusky. Letters were awarded to the graduating members who had served three years in the orchestra. The organization was composed this year of the following members: From left to right we see: M. Minard. Ci. Currie, R. Daugherty, O. Carlow. C. Barnhart. G. Brown, B. Tarr, D. Cavitt, H. McKelvey, B. Johnston. O. Dickes. F, Royer. B. Reed. G. Howard, Mr. Shisler. B. Ritz. B. Wetherald. R. Mischke. J, XVaggoner. C. Crippen. R. Adler. W. Opperman, J. Gohlke, D. LnRowe, F. Bryan, G. Kester. J. Hendershot. Folly-.Vfne F . Stagecraft Club This year several new and different organizations have been added to the club set-up. under the efficient and enthusiastic guidance of Mr. Kinley and the faculty. The clubs are extremely varied as to the projects carried on. The diversified groups have been chosen with the idea of giving each student an opportunity to partake in an extra curricular activity which he may enjoy to the greatest extent and from which he may derive the greatest benefit. From the clubs of the school routine the students derive priceless experience in the responsibilities and work required by a club. for it is in reality the members themselves who direct the organiza- tions under the supervision of the sponsor. Each club made out at the beginning of the year a more or less definite program for the term, and in the carrying out of these varied programs, the students have found a great deal to interest and benefit them. The several new clubs which have been organized have added greatly to an already excellent and interesting club system. One Row l-M. V. Row ZEH. G. Row 3-O. Sw Row 4-T. R. Row 5-A. Row 6-R. ol' these interesting clubs is the Stagecraft Club. Dindal. E. Bates. V. DeWoody'. J. Riley. M. Roller. M. Ritchey, D. Coombs. Driesbach. R. Higgins. Holmes. M. Fellabaum, M. XVarner, D. Gibson, G. Bliss, M. XVortman. M. Reimund. Riggs. Semler. D. XVestfall. E. Sealy, D. Culp. Elma Wisner. G. King. Ruth itzer, sponsor. Roberts, J. Williamson. M. Scott. J. Folk, A. Hutchinson. M. Gallegher, C. Kirk. 'Sites Predmore. L. Urschalitz. B. Wetlierald. J. Phillips, NV. Zierolf, G. Love, L. Miller. Ulrich. D. Dennis, C. Frederick, B. Dufford. G. Owen. H. Shuck. B. Wittenmyer. Fifty The Queen's Husband The Junior Class of 1934 presented a three-act comedy entitled "The Queen's Husband." The setting for the play was a mythical kingdom in the North Sea. The part of the overbearing Queen was played by Ada Kroske, while her checker-playing husband, the King. was played by Dan Schofield. The romantic roles were handled by Gwen- dolyn Might, Princess Anne, and Harold Askam, as the King's Secretary. A revolution broke out led by two anarchists. Lakey and Fellman. Revere Adler and Victor Bowman had the roles respectively. General Northrup, played by Paul Taylor and Bill Waite as the Major helped subdue the revolution. They were assisted by XVayne Niswander and Bob Howard. Jim Fryc played the amusing part of the lisping Prince of Greek, a forced suitor to Princess Anne. Glen McCleary and Louise Ault were domestic servants while Darwin Bibler portrayed the role of Birton, a national figure. Jeannette Brooks and Helen McKelvey played the parts of Ladies-in- waiting to the Queen, while Delores Pifer and Francis Jackson were attendants to the Princess. Mr. Humphrey directed the play. The stage managers were Frank Emerson and LaVerle Miller, The play committee which picked the play was as follows: John Gee, Bill Dorsey, Grace Fairbanks, Ruth Jackson. and Betty Jane Mischke. Miss Shilling and Miss Dietsch served as costume managers while Mr. Constein handled the lighting effects. Mr. Mattoon was the property manager while Bob Howard handled the business. Filly-One Green Stockings The leading roles of "Green Stockings." the Senior Play, were portrayed by Betty Moran and Bob Neumann who took the parts of Celia Faraday and Colonel Smith. respectively. Fanny Lowe as Mrs. Chisohn Faraday and Jack Firmin as NVilliam Faraday also carried a good share of the burden in the plot development. Others in the supporting cast were: Carolyn Dorsey, as Phylis Faraday: Eleanor Arnold. as Madge Faraday: Betty Fellabaum. as Evelyn Trenchard: James Platt. as Admiral Grece: Bill Sargent, as Robert Lawer: Emerson Shuck, as James Raleigh: George Barrett, as Henry Steele: and Bob Garlinger. as Martin. the Butler, The plot develops about an old English custom which required an elder sister to wear "green stockings" at the wedding of her younger sister, if that younger sister has captured a husband first. Miss West directed the play. The committee that chose the play were: Dick Caughman. Jack Firmin. Emerson Shuclx. Kathryn Denison. Laura Schaefer. Mary O'Brien, assisted by Mr. Hutson and Miss Wiseley. The stage managers were Don Bishop. Ben Emerson, Charles Beard. and LaVerle Miller. The costume committee consisted of Miss XViseley. Miss Hudnell. Annabel Spitler. Betty Beals, Marjorie Browne, Annabel Bowman and Maxine XVolfe. The property committee was made of Mr. Hutson. Laura Schafer. Audrey Tippin, Betty Reed, Don Dennis. and Bob Haldeman. The Business and Publicity Manager was James Cotner. and Betty Moran had charge of the newspaper publicity. These committees functioned very efficiently and are to be commended for their hard work. . Fifry-Two i l Pirates of Penzance This year. as in former years, the opera proved to be one of the highlights of school life. In the presentation of the comic opera "The Pirates of Penzance" the advanced music class rose to the interpretation of a more difficult production than those of previous years. Credit for the tremendous success of "The Pirates of Penzance" may be attributed to several causes. The direction of the opera was above reproach and great praise may be given to Mr. NVendell Sanderson, Miss Ruth Finton, Miss Geneva Bushey. and Mr. Earl Shisler, The splendid work of the cast also merits the highest praise. Those who carried the solo parts were Bill Cromer, James Hanna, Eugene XVillett. James Platt. Lyle Hendricks. Donna Grube, Joan Winterrowd, Dorothy BufTington. Martha Mae Roberts. and Maxine Misamore. Thanks to the help of Miss Anstaett, Miss Passett, Miss Wiest, and Jean Schofield, Carolyn Ulsh, Sara Anne Howard, and Anna Belle Robinson. the costumes were delightful. The work done in make-up by Miss Switzer and the Stagecraft Club was noteworthy as was the great assistance rendered by Mr. Slager, Mr. Constein and the Stagecraft Club in the effect of the scenery and lighting, The stage managers, Don Dennis, Bob Haldeman. I-aVerle Miller, and Carl Mcliitrick proved very efficient as did the business manager, Wayne Nieswander. The pianists. Helen Lee and Esther Moore aided greatly in the tremendous success Of the production. Fifty-Three ,i 2 Newspaper Annual rl i l NEWSPAPER STAFF l l Sealed: C. Ulsh. R. Garlinger. J. Hines, L. Hendricks. M. L. kk'ortnian. J. Brooks, R. Jacobs. J. Corner. 1 Standing R. Neumann. R. Phillips. H. Mclielvev. Mr. Hutson. D. Dalious, E. kVillerr. l The members of the Stall are as follows flidilor. John Hines. Make-Up Editor, Bob Garlinger: Members of Journalism Class. Jeannette Brooks. James Cotner, Dorothi' Dalious. Lyle Hendricks. Richard Jacobs. Helen Mclielvey. Bob Neumann. Phyllis Phillips. Carolyn Ulsh, Eugene kVillett. Marv Lou kk'ortm.in, Faculty Advisor. Dale D. Hutson. Business Manager. Dewey Donnell, Assistants. Fred Llsea. Dick Risser. Circulation Manager. George Barretti Assistants. George Voll. Joe Shoupe. Advertising Manager, Max Swasick. Assistants. John Gee. George Struble: Faculty Advisor. F. L. Kinley: Typists. Florence Meier. Head Typist: Juanita Overholt. Frances Franklin, Florrine Gillespie. Marjorie Molder. Mildred Smith. ANNUAL STAFF, 19 3 3-34 Fditor, Jack liirniin. Associate. lfleanor Arnold, Assisranl. Bob Howard. Llass ljditors. Annabel Spitler, Jane Laube: Club Editors. Marjorie Browne, Mary l-oltz. kVill1am Oppernian. Music Fditor, Mary L. O'Brien5 Dramatic Editor. Richard Caughman: Boys' Sports. Jim Gohlke. Elmer Orndorff. Humor. Morris Hicks: Photography. Emerson Shuck: Business Manager. Dewey Donnell. Assistants. Dick Risser. Fred Elsea: Advertising Manager. Dick Leader: Assistants. John Gee. George Struble. Circulation Manager. George Barrett: Assistants. George Voll. Joe Shoupe. Row l-J. Laube. J. l'irmin, Mr. Hurson. D. Donnell. F. Franklin. Row Z+M. Hicks. F. Meier. M. Molder. M. Foltz, M. l.. O'Bricn. J. Overholt, M. Smith. J. Gee. Row 3iW. Opperman. R. Leader. R. Howard. F. Elsea. J. Shoupc. R. Risser, G. Srruble. Row 4fG. Barrett. li. Slmuck. R. Caughnian. M. Swasick. J. Gohlke. fifty-I-'our i Athletics A n Years after they have graduated this year's senior class and the rest of the school, too, can look back upon the athletic record of Findlay Senior High School during the season of 1933-1934 with much pleasure and satisfaction. Throughout the last few years Findlay has kept its standards of athletics up with the best. It has been a hard struggle to do this but with the backing of the student body our Athletic Department was enabled to pull through. We hope that the student body will appreciate the work that was required. It is the purpose of this section to preserve in the minds of all owners of this year-book memories of the athletic season of 1933-1934. We have placed in this section football, basketball and the tumbling team. It is one of our great disappointments that we were unable to have track, golf, tennis, or the regular gym work here portrayed. However, we wish to mention the fine work of Mr. Constien, the track coach: of Mr. Slager, the golf coach: and of Mr. Hochstettler, the tennis coach. Coaches ln the three years that Coach Winters has been with us he has made a success of every adventure. Although the football team got off to a bad start, he coached it to a very successful finish. His tireless efforts with the basketball team produced championship results. Not only in football and basketball did Coach Winters show his ability, but also in regular gym work. He was always willing to help the boys with any of their problems, whether athletic or personal. The football squad has been very fortunate in having such good natured coaches. One of the best examples is Coach Frack. He is one of those fellows who makes practice a real pleasure rather than just an everyday grind. ln his new project at the old athletic park this last year he devoted his time to shaping Findlay High's future gridiron stars. One of the most valuable qualities of a football coach is the ability to get along with the fellows. Coach Oliphant possesses an abundance of this quality. His good nature and his sense of humor seem to draw the fellows to him. He has a natural ability for working out new and deceptive plays. Fifty-Six Managers When thinking of a school's athletic program one thinks only of the players who participate in the different contests of the year and the coaches who are charged with the task of teaching the fundamentals and the fine points of the sports to the players. Too little credit is given the managers who very often spend more time at their posts than the players themselves. The staff of managers this year, as in many previous years, has been ably handled by Mr. Robbins, the faculty manager, whose untiring work in the season of 1933 and 1934 has given us a very successful year. The making of our football and basketball schedules, the handling of tournaments, the managing of successful intra-mural sport programs, the securing of new equipment. and the doing of many other things can all be attributed to the faithful Work of Mr. Robbins. Mr. Robbins was faithfully assisted throughout the football season by George Barrett, Jack Firmin, Elmer Orndorff, and Dick Leader, senior managers: Dick Risser, junior manager: and Darell Green, Dick Moore, Charles Kirk, and Dan Beardsley, sophomore managers. The basketball managers were Bob Haldeman and Dewey Donnell, seniors: Benny Walters, junior, and William Ruth and Walter Mueller, sophomores. I-'iffy-Seven Varsity Football Squad .... .mr - At the outset of the l934 season. Findlay's chances on the gridiron looked rather small, but through practice, and the untiring efforts of Coach Vvlinters, the squad developed into a fighting and determined unit, having the one desire - - to win. The season was altogether a successful one. The team won six out of ten games, losing to Fremont, Toledo DeVilbiss, the strong Sandusky eleven, and Columbus Academy. The team Won from their old opponents, Lima Central, and that seemed to give them the con- fidence, fire, and pep, that was needed to down the Red and Black Warriors from Fostoria. The game was played on an ideal day and the spectators jammed the grandstand and bleachers expecting to see the best team Fostoria has had in ten years defeat the Trojans. The players, however. had a different idea of the situation, and closed the season in a most fitting manner, coming out on top after one of the most gruelling games of the year. Varsity Football Squad: Row l-M. A. Oliphant, Miller, Arnold. Scverns. Riley. Mcliitrick, Dcblavcn. Porter, Walters, J. J. Winters, roach. Row Z-Niswandcr. Myers, Helms. Beard. Cromer, Polcn. Shivcly, Busick. Swisher. Lucas. Launder. Row 3-W'inch, Phillips. Haldcman. Ciohlkc, Holligcr. Buchanan. Boulis, Bishop. Steegman, Hosler. Fifty-Eiglil Varsity Basketball Squad The 1933-34 basketball squad experienced a most successful season, winning nine out of thirteen games. The team played a high brand of basketball and at all times was a dangerous opponent. Through Coach Winters' drilling they possessed an offensive drive, which more than once turned defeat into victory, and put up a defense which bewildered the strongest teams. The Trojans lost the first game to Mansfield then were over- powered by a strong alumni team. Then they hung up a record of seven victories. But again they struck a snag and lost a close battle to Tiffin Junior Home, and also the last game of the season to Fremont. Findlay went to the sectional tournament at Ada, and qualified for the district Tourney at Findlay for the fourth time in its last four years. To gain this end they scored victories over Bucyrus, which they had defeated earlier in the season, and Galion. Coming to the district tournament at Findlay, we drew Lima Central and lost to them after a thrilling battle, which was decided only in the last minutes of play. Members of the squad are fseatedj: DeHaven, Bishop. Mcliitrick, Hall, Polen. Powell, Elsea, Franz. CStandingJ Hosler, Helms, Struble, Martin, Moore, Cromer, H. Polen, Wolfe, J. J. Winters, coach. Fifty-Nine F 5 -:5.:i.3:.. gi f w ,Z JOHNNY DEHAVEN Forward Johnny has been playing basket- ball for the past three years, but it was not until this year that he has gained much recognition in this field. Johnny filled his position with great skill. When the going was tough Johnny would squirm around the opposing players and come through with a two pointer. Johnny was high point man in the Mansfield. Alumni, Napoleon and Lima South games. FRED MOORE Center It was always a pleasure to see Freddy dodge his man and roll the ball over the edge of the basket for a score. The opposing player couldn't see how one fellow could be all over the floor at once like Freddy could. At the center posi- tion Fred usually got the tip-off whether his opponent was taller or not. He was high point man in the Tiffin Columbian. Libbey, and Bucyrus games. Sixty ' i CARI. MCKITRICK Guard Mcliitrick made a brilliant climax for his high school basketball career by his outstanding playing this year. He was an equally good offensive and defensive player. When an opponent was sure of a basket. McKitrick would change his mind for him. In critical moments when defeat threatened. McKitrick would loop a long one through the hoop. McKitrick was high point man in the Lima Central game. 3 DON BISHOP Guard None of the opponents could find a way to elude Bishop when being guarded by him. He stuck with them wherever they went. Whenever a pass intended for the opposing team came anywhere near him he intercepted it and turned it into a two pointer for the Trojans. He never let an oppo- nent get by him without doing his utmost to stop him. Ex BILL CROMER Center Bill was a very valuable asset to the team. When called to fill the center assignment Bill showed his opponent what basketball and the pivot position are. He could always be counted on for a score even if he couldn't see the basket. He dazzled the spectators by his won- derful ability to hit the hoop. Bill was high point man in the Fos- toria, Bowling Green and Kenton games. Sixty-One HERRICK POLEN Forward "Hecky," as he was called, was one of those calm and cool basket- ball players. When once he got hold of the ball he kept it until he was ready to give it up. He played straight-forward basketball. Hecky had a knack of hooking the ball to his team-mates in such a way that it couldn't be intercepted. He was high point man in the Fremont game. He will be back again next year. DICK POVVELL Forward Powell was another one of those small, shifty forwards who not infre- quently evaded his man to slip in a two pointer for the furthering of the Trojans cause. Powell has come through in many critical places where the cause looked about lost. RALPH HALL Forward Ralph gave the fans a good impression of himself in the short time that he played with the team. He was greatly handicapped by not being eligible the first semester, but he came out the second semester with lots of pep and basket-shooting ability. DON HELMS Guard D o n proved to be a good mate for Hosler at the other guard position. He ably replaced either of the regular g u a r d s whenever the time necessitated. He broke up many a strong offense by his aggressive play- ing. Don will be back to give his best next year. Sixty-Two i i ROBERT HOSLER Guard Because there can be'only two guards on the team Bob had to be satisfied with a second-string position this year. He was always ready to go and fight for the team whenever he was sum- moned. He will be back with us next year. CHARLES POLEN Forward Another player who has made a good account of himself this year is "Chad" Polen. He gave his brother a lot of competition for his position. Chad played like a veteran with the team. He will return next year. Letter "F" President ..,,,,,v.., Carl Mcliitrick V. Pres. ,,,,, r. . Don Bishop Secretary . .. . Bill Cromer Sponsor .. ,,,,, J. J. NVinters The outstanding purposes of the Letter "F" Club are to promote companionship and sportsmanship and to create a better understanding and fellowship among its members. It is the desire of this organization to promote clean sports, not only among its members but especially those who do not belong to the Letter The boys who gained membership were those who were awarded letters for their fine work and ability in football, basketball, and track. Many of the meetings included discussions of the different phases of the various games, as well as to learn more about them. An outstanding accomplishment of this athletic group was the project for a suitable name for our athletic teams. The name selected by the school was "Trojans" The club also took charge of several pep meetings during the football and basketball seasons. The boys looked forward to the bean-feeds. There were many who looked with misgiving toward the initiation banquet. However, the club's tradition was upheld by their sportsmanship. Mr. Winters sponsored the club, Rowl-fstandingl: Swisher. Hosler, Boulis. Moore. Gohlke. H. Polen. Frederick, Buchanan. E. Shuck. Launders, Busick. Row 2-Leader, Helms, Myers, A. Shively, Hall, Cromer, Bishop. Barrett. Orndorff, Donnell. Row 3-Cseatedl: Steegman, Holliger. Firmin. Riley. NVinch. McKitrick, Lucas, DeHaven, Beard. Sixtq-Three "B" Football Squad Q3 fi if L . ,f 4 if 'xi' -wg' if an 5 Last fall the athletic department decided to start a new method of handling the football material. Coach Winters chose thirty boys to form an "A" squad which would drill at the stadium. ln order to give the boys who wished to go out for football a chance a "B" squad was organized. The essential purpose of this squad. which practiced at the old athletic field. was to give freshmen and sophomores experience in the fundamentals of the game. ln this way they would be better developed when their chance came to go up to the stadium. The idea was so popular that far too many boys came out for the equipment that was at hand. Thus there was great competition for the available places on the squad. A fine spirit developed among the boys that was a great aid to the coaches. Mr. Prack and Mr. Coffey. The "river rats" as they were nicknamed played several games and gave a creditable account of themselves which prophesied that in the future the reputation of Findlay will not be lowered. Row Row Row Row 4- -L. Burnham. R. Gallegher. R. Stover. S. Hoover. Rush. F. Cavins. Myers. S. Dysinger. Ovcrholt. Busick, -Brickman. Gardner, XV. Vklineland. R. Varner. N. YVinch. R. Smith. F. Elsea, H. Bishop. E. Roether. J. Brandman. Mr. Frack. coach: O. Green, manager: Corder. R. Jeffery, Baldwin. R. Spoon. Hendricks. Vklesler. K. Palmer, Crates, D. Beardsley, manager: R. Moore. manager: Mr. Coffey. coach. Derweister. Radabaugh. G. Dysinger. Grubb. J. Naus, M. Bixler. J. Browne, Switzer. Sixty-Four 'rf in la .l +1 1. "B" Basketball Squad An important part in the development of Findlay High's varsity basketball teams is played by the "B" squad which acts as a training camp for future varsity material. This year the squad was composed of about fifteen fellows 1T1O'St of whom are Juniors and Sophomores. The fellows improved very rapidly under the able coaching of Mr. Frack. The squad practiced five nights a week after the varsity had finished its practice. The fellows showed untiring enthusiasm night after night. During the season the squad played the Glenwood Junior High and a great number of the county High Schools around Findlay. In all of these games the fellows gave a good account of themselves. A team composed of "B" squad players participated in the tournament held at Findlay College and came through with a brilliant record. The members of the squad were: Arnold, Bell, H. Bishop. Buchanan. Busick. Courtney, D. Dorsey, Riley, Rogge, Steegman, XVcrkheiser. XVineland, Elsea. Smith. and Ruth. manager. 51 Sixly-Five :- The News by Picture and Word FINDLAY HIGH SCHOOL Findlay, Ohio I934 Tumbling Team The Blue and Gold Tumbling Team is a recent development in the athletics of Findlay High School. The team owes its development and success to the capable sponsoring of Mr. Slager. During the past year the team put on exhibitions at six home basketball games, a charity exhibition sponsored by the Rotary-Kiwanis Clubs, an exhibition at one of the Elks Club meetings, and they finished the year by participating in the "Prolics of l934." another charity ex- hibition sponsored by the Elks, and given on the stage of the Harris Theatre. The boys that received emblems were Erroll Brown, two-year emblem: Norman Eiseman, three-year emblem: and Ralph Halliwill. captain, three-year emblem. Three-year members are members of the Letter "P" club. We, the members of the team, Wish to express to Mr. Robbins, Mr. Winters, and Mr. Slager, the deepest appreciation for their efforts in obtaining recognition and emblems for the members of the team. The members, reading from left to right. are: N. Eiseman. W. L. Slager, sponsor R. l-lalliwill, J. Schofield, Laverle Miller. A, Schaaff, F. Abell, D. Fox. Sixty-Six Home Room 2II Because of an error in making the picture schedules, the picture of Home Room Zll was not taken at the time of the other pictures and thus was not sent in with the rest of the home room pictures when the plates were made. The fact that the picture was missing was dis- covered too late to correct the error and so another picture was taken and a plate made. We are very sorry that this had to happen and tender our humble apologies to Mr. Lee and the members of Home Room 21 l. We hope that the error will be forgiven and that it will not detract any from the enjoyment of the book for anyone. Row l-Mr. Lee. J. Ewing. R. Dresscl. A. Ammann, M. Armbrecht. R. Baird. C. Bowman. Row 2-D. Brown, M. Castor. B. Allison, F. Campbell. B. Child, M. Cochrun. ' ' C. Ferters, L. Dantico. Row 3-E. Daugherty, G. Fairbanks, H. Abbott. J. Brooks, H. Baughman. R. Ayers. L. Ault. S:.x1y-Seven September September September September September September September September September September September September September September September September September September October October October October October October October October October October October October October October October 6 7 9 1O ll 12 October 13 1-l 16 17 18 19 October 20 October 21 October 23 24 October October 2 5 October 2 6 Z7 October October October November November November November November November November November November November November November 12 20 30 31 10 l-1 A--,. Calendar 93 L! 5 -School starts. -lt stays started - - worse luck. -The five month's vacation seems to have created an afternoon siesta habit among some of our "scholars," -The sophs get lost trying to find 214. -A few seniors get lost not trying to find much of anything. -"Upper"-40-0. -VVhere's that locker-key? -Moran and Buchanan carry on. -Gee decides his crooning isn't so hot and installs a radio. -The Student Council convenes. -DeHaven has the jitters all day-that's the price of being a Jack Armstrong. -Getting worse-Ada - - 34-0. -Man of the hour-Powell plus fractured arm. -Hi-Y and Girl Reserves get going. -Our first chapel-Mr. Kinley. -Remember "Mammy's little baby loves shortnin' bread" and "Ain't it a shame?" -Jurien Hoekstra. -This time all the boys have the jitters. -Ahem - - Little Giants - - fee-fi-fo-fum 0-l-l. 30 -Blue Monday again. -Couldn't you tell - - Charm School began - - chawmed Ah'm suah. -Chapel - - ideas - - speeches - - Sr. Hi-Y. -Beware crooks! C. Ray Hansen-criminologist-Chicago. -Everybody has discovered what a lovely place the library is. -Columbus South-Severns - - XVinch-12-6. -Ethel Bates discovers Johnnie DeHaven. -Lost-Don Patterson - - probably under some desk. -Again chapel-Sr. Advisers. -The new club set-up goes into effect. -Coach - - team - - block! Tackle! Charge! -Sprayed by DeVilbiss-0-19. -The senior boys take gym seriously - - are they tough! -Bill Martin passed three notes between the 5 and 6 classes - - YVattaman. -Chapel-212 - - Faith - - Mr. Shull fell asleep. -The bonfire girls get under way. -Pep - - "All right! Cut it!" -Harding-Darl Severns - - Riley - - 33-12. -Esther Moore returns to drear school life after such a heavenly time at Miami. -Hearts afire-Orndorff - - Kirk. -Mary Kelleys solo in the play "Gramma's Question"-umm. -The Glue and Bold-first issue. -Our Little Symphony for sympathy eitherl plays at N. XV. Ohio Teacher's Association - - maybe the teachers deserved it. -Garlinger has discovered Bowling Green. -Ulsh takes to writing love poetry. -Chapel-108 - - Mr. Shull only nodded. -Student Council vainly tries to "rail-road" through school dances. -Smith Damron-mud slinger - - drawl. -Well streaked with blue-0--17-never say "Gant." -Johnnie Hines forgot his nicely written theme-gtillible Mr. Hutson. 7-The Girl Reserves set up a code for more dates and fewer lemons. Quite fruitful. -Chapel-204-Hurrah - - Shull never batted an eye. -Davis laughed out in Spanish class - - he caught on to one of Ed NVynn's jokes he heard Tuesday night. -Sargent "key-holes" the sorority initiation. -Oh my-Columbus Academy 0-25 - - 'nuff said. -Students declare school spirit "rotten"-That's old stuff. -Hair is pulled over selection of the senior rings-artistic natures clash. November November November November November November Novembe Novembe November November November I' I' November November December December December December December December December Dccembcr December December December December December December December January January January January 9 January 10 January 11 January 12 15 January January 16 January 17 January 18 January 19 January 22 23 January January 2-1 January January January January February February February February February February February February February February February February February February February February 25 26 January 29 30 31 -Chapel-201 and 202-Shull, morose - - Frack, drowsy. -Brr - - liquid air - - Elliot James - - frying meat with ice. -Donnell finds a new blond. -Lima Central - - cold - - exciting - - 21-6. -Coach Winters is happy again. -Stylish - - clever - - feminine - - home economics style show. -Oh - - that South Sea smile - - Howard Cleaves - - pictures - - lecture. -"Senator" Firmin, editor of annual. -Letter "F" club - - one period spent in clamouring for a "bean feed." 27-Girls' intramural "bucket" ball - - hopping - - screaming - - fun. 28-The "Hunters Club" is doing very nicely, thank you. -More chapel - - Jr. Hi-Y - - Mr. Humphreys "surprise" speech. -Toikey! Redmen 9-0. Oh. boy, oh boy, oh. boy - - . 5-We can't forget Mac's punts and that pass from Winch to "Bish." 6-What, chapel again? - - 112 - - A few scattered yawns. 7-More fun-"Catesby" - - Denison - - Caughman - - nutty, -Training busted - - feed - - Varsity banquet - - Chip Houser. -Intramural basketball - - 212 and 213 show their teeth at each other. -"Down went McGinty to the bottom of the sea"-J. W. Hoover - - submarines - - appendicitis. -Hi-Y "pot-luck"-Y. M. C. A. - - beans and 'scalloped spuds. -Latina reigns - - old Rome - - togas - - slaves. -Mansfield - - bum 'Aeye"-8-22-Reserves win. -Dorsey comes up with a list of ---- well - - - . -Leader gallavants about - - Huber - - Lee. -Holly - - ribbons - - tableau - - organ - - Xmas chapel. -Our Winchells dodge their latest victims. -Tiffin Columbian - - whoops - - 26-18. -Alumni-Beltz and the boys - - 22-23. -Lima Central - - clockwork - - 17-14. Libbey - - defense - - 21-12. Back to school to catch up on our sleep. Frack got a new daschund - - Denison a bracelet set - - Mattoon a tic. -Back again - - chapel - - 106 - - Nodding doing with Mr. Shull again - - tsk. tsk. tsk. Cold and colds. -Napoleon - - missed shorts - - win - - 32-16. Senior rings are circulating-in more ways than one. Ffft-Briggs-Donnell-P. S. - - after Xmas. XVeimer comes to choir practice, 8:00 after an "all night" - - Soph Hi-Y in charge. -G. A, A. banquet-athelettes-pledges. Temperance Day - - lectures - - game - - Fostoria - - more win-3-l--13. -Tumbling team head over heels in work. -Annual staff announced - - more work. -Chapel-113 - - B. '25 G. issue. -Student Council again. A -Bowling Green - - not so good. - - end of semester-cards-sighs. -All those seniors trying again at geometry find a new schedule. -Bill Jones is still at his antics on the posters in the hall. Chapel-203 - - "Hochie" stays awake - - it's his home room. 1-Lockers kept locked by "Millie" 2-South - - fast, furious, 2-1'-19. 3-Kenton - - oh-my-18-16. 5-M. Runkle - - spends all day remembering the night before. 6-Home room officers chosen. 7-Chapel-Sophomore class-Mr. Humphrey. 8, 9- 12-Bill Martin finally decides on Mary. 13-Populars and bests or mosts chosen. 14-Chapel-105-104-corsages - - Eoff-Jackson. 15-Sargent and Moore caught skipping-aheml 16-Bucyrus-sparkle - - 24-19. 19-Garlinger-cold-two apricot ears. 20-Phoebe has kept in circulation for quite a while-for her. 21-Chapel-213-Kenton - - fight - - push - - 18-16. 9 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 22-Fremont-Moore vs. Moore. 23-Jr, Play-laughs - - shots - - "The Queen's Husband." 26-212-"Champs"-intramural basketball. 27-Daggers kidnapped - - 213 - - mob scene. 28-Boy Scotits-"We pledge allegiance - - - " - " - - - electricity-phenomena. -Harry A. Kinley-"lt may be so. but - - -Sectional meet at Ada-Bucyrus-slow - - 31-31-Cialion - - one sided - - 24-13. -Tumbling team shuts up shop with a bang. -The Junior Hi-Y snag Chem. tests - - naughty, naughty. -Chapel-214-Debate at Fostoria. -Debate here-Tiffin-Brad Martin-Blond. -District tournament-Lima Central-revenge. -Boys gym classes WORK on tests. -Girl Reserves-Miss Andrews-Australia. -Chapel-110 - - Debate at Fremont. -"l-lecky" Polen wins foul shooting-medal n' everything. -Letter "F" boys clamour again-"bean-feed." -Senior pictures finally finished-frantic efforts - - . -Russ Benson-"The daring young man on the flying trapeze" shoots pictures. -Junior class chapel-musical concert - - Briggs - - Ruth Roberts - - Hungarian Rhapsody. -Girls - - play volley ball - - dance - - in gym classes. -"Mac" chosen basket ball captain. -Senior Scholarship Tests - - and how! -The "three-days" seem to have us down. -Track practice in gym-push-ups. -Chapel-103. -Stanley has gone away and left Peggy broken-hearted. -They finally break down and donate us a vacation. -I-lo-hum! ' -At last the boys get on the track. -Chapel-211 - - - We can't see how Barrett can study and get the speeches too. but he can. -First Senior Play tryouts. -Meet-Lima Central-three-days-practice - - - 54--73. -Stiff legs - - groans - - alibis - - souvenirs. -Baseball talk floats along the halls and on the front steps. -Campfire chapel. -Spooks-thrills-"Green Death." -lnterclass meet-rivalry - - speed. -Chapel 206. -Music festival-Sandusky - - choir - - band - - orchestra. -Band - - U. Sandusky Track meet-Tiffin. -Preliminary eistcddfod. 2-Chapel - - Student Council. -Chapel 102. -Spell-down. -Chapel-207. -Senior Class Chapel. 25-"Green Stockings"-Laughs - - blunders - - English wit and nit wit. 9 1 1 16 18-Champion spelling contest. 23 24 25 -Recognition Day. Junior - Senior Reception - dance, poor feet! February February February February February March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March 21 March 22 March 23 March 2-1 March 26 March 27 March 28 lVla'rch 29 March 30 April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13 April 14 April 16 April 17 April 18 April 19 April 21 April 25 April 27 April 28 April 30 May May May May May May May May June l- Junc 3- Baccalaureate Service. J une 7-Commencement. Compliments of C. W. PATTERSON 8: SON Dry Goods and Ready-To-Wear Accessories IS!! C. W. PATTERSON P. H. S. 1873 5 1 2: A. D. PATTERSON P. H. S. 1907 WAALANDIS GREENHOUSES Cut Flowers and Pot Plants of All Kinds 138-42 Larkins St. Phone 369 BLACK EYED SUSANS "Sambo, I got a wife so dark that every- time she smells a steak the ink just runs out of her mouth." "That's nothing. Rastus, I got a wife so black that every time she sneezes the room is full of soot." Mary had a little lamb Some salad and dessert. And then she gave the wrong address The dirty little flirt. She is my Cinderella girl because all I do is slipper SIO or 1520. PART OP UPKEEP Country Judge: "How long have you owned a car?" Motorist Ccharged with speedingilz "One week. your honor!" Judge: "Um - - then you can still afford to pay a fine, twenty dollars." "VJhat's on your mind?" "Thoughts" A'Treat them kindly. They're in a strange place." I "Say, this hamburg tastes like it had dirt in it." "Well, it was just ground this morning." THE NORTH SIDE MERCANTILE GROCERIES and GENERAL MERCHANDISE Compliments of S QQ S DRUG STORE Opposite Court House George T. Stringfellow Robert J. Shoemaker SHINING PARLOR HAT CLEANING CRYSTAL Shoe Repairing Niles Building 103 E. Sandusky St. FINDLAY, OHIO Compliments Complzments of IXRNQLI-D PAT TERSO1N 51106 S1016 Insurance Agency Phone Main 171 Established 1897 The TARBOX-MQCALL STONE CO. Crushed Stone and Stone Sand A!! b! U!! O!! Q!! 1- 1- 1- 1- f- Prompt Delivery - - Courteous Service 51 VJESTERN AVENUE FINDLAY, OHIO -ASK FOR?- P A GE' HKLEEN-MAID PRODUCTS' 1ee Cream MILK BUTTER CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE lhonc 180 -112 NV, Main Cross l N W' and S BI'Ll1lSWlC1i STOWEL1, ' Recreation Parlors Meat Market CAPE AND BARBER sHoP "FIRST CLASS" Home DRESSED MEATS. HQ5113 MADE SAUSAGE' "Clean Ef7l9rItZl'l7I7?6'r'1ZH AND LUNCH MEATS COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES df c 'e f rf f'Z,l' KU wwf .S Huff 400 South Main Street BEAGLES 1 1 HI-TEST BEAUTY SALON ew new COFFEE Z3-Z9 American National Bank Building li K Roasted Fresh " ' ' 4 3' ', V2 DAILY Phone Main 519 ASK YOUR PINDLAY, oHio 1 rH:ld1a,coff..,1..aspiceg: i GROCER My :semi ' A woman driving along the road noticed two linesmen climbing up a telephone pole commented to her companion: "Look at those fools. You'd think 1'd never driven ai ear before." "FadderY llidderf Our Sammy has just been run over by a big limousine outside!" "Thank Gott. our luck has changed at last!" Bill: "XVhat did the pretty young Fraulein say when she slupped Hitler in the face?" Joe: "1 do' no." Bill: "Oh you Nazi man!" A pedestrian after being hit by an auto: "Hey! Don't you know how to blow a horn?" Beginner: "Yes, but 1 don't know how to drive a car." Miss Dietsch: "Give the meaning of par- adoxf' Bright Student: "lt is the same as Cl pair of chickens but swims." "Papa, vot is science?" "My, how could you be so stupid? Science is dose things vor says 'no smoking." Phone Main 151 Member F. T. D. FINDLAY FLOWER SHOP LORETTA L1NoENF15LT15R u u Choice Potted Plants and Cut Flowers 531 South Main Street lVedd1'ng and Funeral lVorlz a Specially Findlay. Ohio Compliments of Fiudla Paint SL Glass Co. 517 South Main Street PHONE 71 Compliments of sl. C PENNEY COMPANY, lnc. CLOTHES and ACCESSORIES For the Whole Family - - - Quality Valucsf If yOLl fan fill Ihe hours with firm endeavor: Nor lose your hear! when things are looking blue. Youre worth a dozen chaps "just downright clever." rlna' at the emi - - - reward is surc for you. From "ANOTHER ll?"-McCreerg. Form a Thrift Habit - - - Trade at Pcnney's 408-412 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio l Sh ,, , . ,. , . 1 cz Do you have reindeer in Canada? Compllments and Best Wlshes l l-lc Caftcr a hushed momentl: "No, dar- to the 1 ling, we have snow." 1934 Chapcron Cro college youth who has -ll1SI 1 stepped on her tocsbz 'Young man, when is your chivalry?" College Youth: "Oh, that old thingl l THE traded il in for a Cadillac." T 7 Y l 8 lVlr. Consrcin: "l almost bclicyc in ri f incarnation." COMPANH Studnnrr "XVhy?" "Good Fur,-Hjure Since 1885" Mr. C.: "Bccausc no boy could bc so dumb in only one life." ou? Missio om CES Yellow Pine - - Anchor - - Pocahontas ARNQLD SL MCMANNESS PHONE 477 CEMENT SAND LIME PLASTER SEWER PIPE BRICK When Ordering FLOUR From Yo G -INSIST ON- Bonnie White or Calla Lily THE MQMANNESS MILLING 8 GRAIN C0 FLOUR FEED MEAL Dz's1ributors and Retail Dealers of Dairy and Poultry Feeds A Reenaotment of the Mern- orable Events of the School Year as Clipped from the Issues of the School Newspaper ana Portrayed in the Blue and Gold, the Annual ol the Stu- dents of Findlay High School st D6 Pian. by Whioh To I Best Books of the Y Dorothy Dalious The teachers of the Senior School have conceived a unique for reading the best books of the for only seventy cents! The best known critics read these books, then pick out the interesting and the best written and send out a small booklet "Wings" This booklet contains name of the book the critics and a brief review of it. By joining the Literary Guild when they did, the teachers r as a gift one book, "Anna K by Tolstoi. At the end of th they will have received nine best They at this time have five and ordered four more. Among the that they have are "Beavers, Kings Cabins" by Skinner, "Christian J 8 C l The editor. business man- ager and associate editor plan- ning the lay-out of the book. P' !l An Old Suit - - - . . . . carefully cleaned and pressed looks far better than a brand new one out of shape. Regular use of cleaning. pressing and repairing is a real economy. SANITARY Cleaning lYorlcs 6l9 S. Main St. Main 25 T H E TURNER-CROSBY Shoe Company For GOOD SHOES "We Fit Your Feel First" NEll. H. DE.'5xN'f7UIlvL'L'L'S thu! . . . "Telling the truth . . . saves the memory for constructive Work" 'AVC Prclfliee Tyrhllf TVQ Pftidfhm OAK PHARMACY ROYAL THEATRE Home of WESTERN ELECTRIC WIDE-RANGE SOUND 'AThe W'orIa"s Finest" HOME OWNED AND OPERATED C'omplin7en1x of The Countr hdarket Elmer: "XVhy, my dear man. already my poetry is being read by twice as many people as before." Fran: "Oh. l didn't know you were married." Mr. llutson: "The boys were so entranced this morning that they remained in my class l h h " all througu I e noon our. Mrs. Hutson: "XVhy didnt you wake them up?" Miss XViest: "Now, can anyone tell me what a myth is?" - Latin Student: "lt's a temale moth." THERE CAN BE No SUBSTITUTION FOR THE GIFT OF A FINE XVATCI-l Bulova Headquarters ' CASH OR CREDIT STEVER BROS. 503 S. Main A C SANNERS Sanitary Market Free Delivery MARKET POR Quality Meats 507 S. Main Phone l79 Compliments of CJEEJERJRYQS JEJQJLJKQS Quality Homemade Candies and Ice Cream Frenchman: "Ah, you climb the Matter- P horn! That is a foot to be proud of." Y - - 'Englishman: "Pardon me, sir. you mean G arkel Lulldbel feat ! v Frenchman: "So you climb it more than PINDLAY S LARGEST LUMBER YARD OW- eh? AND PLANING MILL A lady was arrested for speeding. "ive Carry the Stock M - "At least 5O." says the cop as hc rushed ' H UP- y I y You do the Buying The astonished lady: "You insulting per- son: I'm only +2," gg 55 55 "Are you an Elk?" 216 W. Crawford St. Phone Main 42 "No I was born with big teeth." Andrew G. Fuller Telephone V f Robert E. Fuller Main 213-W BEAL TX Skillful - - Dz'stz'nctiue A. G. X R. E. Fuller ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW EDITH ENGLE , y y Beauty Shop 407 Ewing Building ' FINDLAY, OHIO ESS SHKEVE 208 First National Bank Building HDISTINCTIVE FROCKSH 521 South Main Street "Jusfc1 GOOD Place To Gof - - - The Whole Gang Can? Be IVrong."' Z1ERoLF 6? IERY I I? I lx XI A I N 5 i fforw TlI'C and Bzttterv Servlce GASOIIINE AND ous ' BRAKE TESTING AND REPAIR CAR XVASI-IING AND AI .IfNII'I-ING In " N - J aiw vwj N Service -Qi'-Tb ' - 5 1 . I , I ' " CHI-S I " I Q 'f "-' f ' TQ1a-I-I'ft"'S . :- Q If . Ii H5555 1- 5 - fy III Qpgn A , 1 I ALL f-' -. - . 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IIIIIIlIIIIIIIIiIlIIIII V 'g-lIlII-,lII- T"' HIIIIII 0HIOllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII7 IIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllllgvias IIIIIII -EFS mpanv IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIQ C0 IIIII:: LWJS- gg - lll Oi'iF'53-ifffo' "f" II ll II 3 II PERFECT DIAMONDS FINE WATCHES STERLING SILVER LESTER TH OMAS 303 S. MAIN ST. F. H. S. 1918" PHONE 888fXV Exclusive Agency Traub Genuine 'AORANGE BLOSSOMH Wedding Rings "Towle" Sterling Silver - "Lenox," "Wedgewood," and "Spode" China Judge: "My man. you are an habitual offender, and I find it my duty to send you up for a third term." Prisoner: "A third term, your honor? Haven't you ever heard of the Washington precedent ?" She: "What sweet sounds come from the water tonight." He: 4'Yes. The fish are probably running through their scales." A diplomat is a man who upon accident- ally entering a ladies' bath house says: "Excuse me, fellows," "Everything bu! High Prices" IT PAYS - - - To BUY Your Hardware Needs at the Bridge Hardware Co. 327 S, MAIN ST. A complete line of Cooking Utensils, Hunting Supplies. Heaters. Ranges, Roofing, Paints. and many other Hardware Supplies. 1, J.1ck's uncle was being introduced to the guest at the ball. The next guest to be in- troduced was a hula-hula dancer. Uncle. forgetting his regular "pleased to meet you" steps eagerly forward and says. "Shake!" Complimenls of The PHUENIX HQTEI, under New Management "I'm sorry that I haven't .1 nickel," said the lady as she handed a street car conductor a S10 bill, "Don't worry. lady, you're going to have l99 of them in a couple of minutes," Neighbor: "Vv'hat are you doing?" Mrs. Martin: "Oh, I'm knitting. I heard XVillie say the other day that his car needed a new muffler." JOE N. SCHAEPER J. C. PE GER, fmzzmiefe "Spencer Service Satisfiesn Phone 983 228 First National Bank Bldg. SALES SERVICE for Economical Transporta tion HLXRRINGTQN CHEYRULET CQ. West Main Cross Phone Main 117 C pliment f Model Foundry Company T he Standard Coal Co Compliments of THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY Lawrence V. Hosler Insurance and Bonds oi! A!! Q!! FINDLAY, OHIO Ohio Bank Bldg. Phone Main 410 "LIFE TIME GIFTS OF QUALITY" Including - - Diamonds, Watclaes, Necklaces, and Rings at C. R. Thompson 8: Son 107 Court Place Student: "Hey, I Wanna exchange this text-book," Clerk: "Too late: you've had it a whole term." Student: "But I just found out that every other page is missing." Freddy: "Grandpa, did you once have hair like snow?" G. P.: "Yes, my boy." Freddy: "Well, who shoveled it off." Hostess: "Now, folks, I want you to meet Mr. Perkins, the guest of honor, Mr. Perkins has a job!" FINDLAYS LEADING LADIES APPAREL SHOP I 4 W "Lovely Things At Little Prices" 'AShoupe's Shoes Fil" SHOUPES Vylalkover Boot Shop 33-1 S, INIAIN MAIN 505-J HANCOCK Brick EQ Tile Co. Manufacturers of Drain Tile and Building Tile Phone 51 11-1 Center Street F R E N C H Dry Cleaning Vilorks 1V1en's 3-Piece Suits Men's Top Coats lV1en's Overcoats Ladies' Plain Dresses Ladies' Plain Coats CLEANED AND PRESSED ..... 75a IVe Cul! For and Delttwr 6426 ALL ENGRAYING In This Book was done by . . . INDIANAPCDLIS ENGRAVING C0 Indianapolis, Indiana QQ? THE Differential Steel Car Company Air Dump Cars, Mine Cars, Crane Cars, and Locomotives FINDLAY, OHIO ,SWEQ EQUIP WITH .. -i,- . iwwi i"' H 1 'iv' Yi TIRE 'II'1 Made IH Findlay by Findlay Workmen A ""'- 1 53.1 ',': . When you buy GIANT tires, you buy just as good liaa a tire as skilled men and money can produce. Here Are Some of the Reasons Why GIANTS Are Good: All GIANT tires have two extra cord breaker strips. All GIANT tires are cured with the hot Water process. All GIANT tires have a special bead construction. All GIANT tires are full size. Remember Gianfs have never been out of production since 1915 HADDAD SERVHIQSTORE Start PROSPERITY At HOME - - - Buy GIANT TIRES AND TUBES D' 638-W 105 South Main St. - none Ii 1 Fintlla Takes Honors In Ada ectional Meet Bucyrus and Galion Fall as Tro- jans Qualify for District Meet. Bob Garlinger The Findlay High School Trojans romped through to two decisive vic- tories in the Ada sectional tournament last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in the Ohio Northern gym. Coach Winters' - c a g e r s downed Bucyrus in their first clash by a 31-I3 margin and in a semiffinal joust trounced Gal- i0n's highly touted quintet by a 24-13 score. ln Friday nights game against Lu- I Trojans got off to a slow J us the Pirates of Penzance Will Be Presented On y March 23 and 24 Dick Leader "The Pirates of Penzance," an ima- ginative light opera in two acts has been chosen to be presented by the Junior and Senior music students on March 25 and 24. The opera will be directed by X'Vendell Sanderson, direc- tor of music in the Findlay Schools. The opera had primarily been chosen to be presented last spring but due to the short school year the romantic opera could not be given. However. Mr. Sanderson and his classes believed "The Pirates of Penzance" to be so excellent that they decided to give it this year. Try-outs for the operatic leads are to be held in a week or two. The choruses are already being prepared by the music classes. The opera con- grabbing an F i 3 lltllll- To recall to your mind the happy and thrilling events of the past school year is the hope of the staH in presenting this book-a story of school life in ac- tion. May the remembrances that it brings back linger for many, many joyous years, I l 4 t Q l l i 1 A l I v l l 4 l 4 4 l l 4 I T 1 l l 4 l , i 1 l 1 l l i ROOOE BROS. Confectionery and Bakery Compliments Home Made Ice Cream of and Candies T I-I E TAQUQW Baked swag CITY MARKET 330 XVest Main Cross Compliments of T H E CENTRAL OHIO LIGHT and POWER CO. The "XToman'5 Friend" Washing Machine Is a Findlay Favorite! There are more than 500 of these washers in Findlay homes. There must be a reason. Try one in your own home and learn what If IS. "QUALITY AND SERVICE UNSURPASSEDH THE BLLTFFTON MANUFACTURING CO. -P33 West Main Cross Main 671 Nothmg Protects Compliments of T H E L1ke Ice R6f11g'Q1dt1OH OHIO FUEL 81 GAS COMPANY T H E 509 South Mm Sm Findlay Ice 8: Fuel Co. GOOD FOOTWEAR AT POPULAR PRICES je .ft 17 A ... h V ' ,, Show f XI - You I " ' I I P Maw fy PEDPLET I STORE, Milli!!! Ulflllfyflllfflklilf uf lf, 4o5S0.MAlN .r1'. A - Owned and Operated by E. S. WEIMER and KEN WEIMER - - - Not a Chain Store! USE - - - BOSS OHIO PIPE CO. Compliments of PORCELAIN PRODUCTS FINDLAY, OHIO O!! l!! U!! Ravenswood. W. Va. Carey. Ohio Parkersburg, W. Va. - i Once a boy kicked a football into a house, WatCllQS, D13111OHdS, and Jewelry broke one window pane and one vase. and , the man of the house came out laughing. GRUEN MD ELGIN BAGUETTE5 I saying, "Tut, tut, tut. I was a boy once l myself: heres your football." Repairing. Our Specialty I3. L. KICIQIRIYAN JEIVELER II6 W. Crawford St. 1 N s U R A N on of all KINDS - - ANYTINIE Strong Companies - - - Prompt Settlement CEO. C. CONNELL 327 lst National Bank Bldg. Phone 586XV "I.azs.seZ Faire rl Georges" Mr. I-Iochstettler: "If I have talked too long. it's because I havent my watch with 1 me, and theres no clock in this rooml" 1 Raspberry: "Theres a calendar behind you. Q I .. Our idea of an optimist is a guy who sits in the last row of the gallery and winks at 1 the chorus girls. T H E I McCullough Motor Sales l Company DODGE AND PLYIVIOUTI-I SALES AND SERVICE 205.107 N, Main sf. EINDLAY. o. 'tit' as E 1 'mis'f"'s X no I fgl l ,f ,I i BQT If , I Compliments of I N D LAY . TLING CO. Q10 L 5 EPENDABLE NSURANCE You buy insurance to protect what you have. You need DEPENDABLE insurance, We sell it. Let's get to- gether .......... The A. E. 81 j. A. EOFF AGENCY R 201-202 X Wh First 1N?iT3Ji1.11 Bank mag. ' Phone Mm 116 1. 5 Tr TEA TIME WE Y 1 T CAME FLQUR if for :I "" 1' f UGHT, FLUFPY ,,,,.1 N and +i QUALITY INN Pancake Flour for ' f MEIIIXS EIU! DIIIHSY E .- I- WEEE? ilffk' , DELICIOUS PANCAKES mug lg ig CORNE 7 7 2NCAKE FLOUR THE KIRK MILLING CU. Established 1879 -X g . I 3 1 I I E 1 g INN N SELF RISING new, "' KIRK MILLING C' ...mv D... L 1:1 C plz' f T H E FINDLAY PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers Of T H E 3Kepuhli:an:f!Euurter OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS The Findlay Printing 81 Supply Co. Complete Prmtmg Seruzce 113-119 W. Crawf dS. F diy Oh STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE PHONE NIAIN 188 KESSEIQS FINDLAY. OHIO We Carry the Mos! Complete Line of Ladies' and Misses' Coats - Dresses - Millinery In This City at Popular Prices Compliments of RIECICS Wall Paper SL Paint Store WHoLEsALE AND RETAIL Artists' Supplies - - Picture Framing 522 South Main St. Phone 449-J Bernard B. Bigelow General Insurance - - Surety Bonds First National Bank Building Telephone Main -i-8 Findlay, Ohio "I have sad news. My dog died last night." "What'd it do? Swallow a tape line and die by inches. or run up the alley and die by the yard?" "Naw. lt crawled under the bed and died by the foot." "Pardon me. does this train stop at Tenth Street?" "Yes: watch me and get off one station before l do." "Thank you." lf two people can sleep alone, why c.in't one person sleep together? Four animals went to a circus - - a duck. a pig. a frog. and a skunk. All of them got in except one. The duck had a bill. the pig had four quarters, and the frog had a green back, but the skunk only had a scent. and that was a bad one. THE COUNTERSIGN "XVhere you from?" "Chicago" "I.et's see your bullet wound." So she refused to marry you. Didnt you tell her about your rich uncle?" "Yeah.I told her. and she's my aunt now." BARNHART Funeral Home 6l8 South Main Street FINDLAY, OHIO Motor and Generator Rewinding and Repairing All NVork Guaranteed Findlay Armature Co. 4l7 West Main Cross Street FINDLAY, OHIO R. R. Sheely Phone, Main 76-J W. C. KWIS Fancy Groceries David Kirk Sons 85 Co WHOLESALE GROCERS and Distributors For Wilson and Company Athletic Goods All Professional Photographs Used in This Annual lVere Made By 17726 Inga!! Sfzm'z'0 PORTRAITS AND COlVllVlERClAL PHOTOGRAPHY N,5THAN'S lll vlloollnn 322 South Main Street FINDLAY, OHIO KANEL'S for CHHFFON'CLOTHES DR. M. HANNA DRUGS MEDICINES SODA Corner Main and Front Streets - FOR - FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE FRED CROMER 116 Vrfest Front Street MAIN 617-J "We Aim To Please" RI EGLE BEAUTY SALON RAWSON BLOCK Main 71 9-J Findlay, Ohio i 'What became of the clerk you had here?" 'Had to fire him. A man came with his bride to buy a book for reading on his honeymoon and the clerk olfered him 'Travels With a Donkey'." 4 Mr. Hutson: "What do you think of the Art Museum. John?" John H.: "Oh, the pictures are good enough but there ain't no good jokes under them." "Not so fast. driver - - this is my first trip in a taxi." "Thatsh funny - - itsh mine too," Worthwhile Gifts for All - - Select Them Here Baquette Watches ..... from Sl-1.75 up Diamond Rings . . . . . from 9.75 up Smart Novelties . ...... from 1.00 up 1532295 E. M. WARFEL QQ CO. JEWELER Vv'e Guarantee To Correct - - ALL FOOT TROUBLE High Grade Shoe Repairing Is OUR Specially. We do vulcanizing on all kinds of rubber footwear. We cement soles with no signs of repair showing. SHOES MAY BE TINTED TO MATCH ANY GOWN OR SUIT. THE A. R. Cooper Mfg. Co. 210 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio AUTOGRAPHS


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