Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1936
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Mr. Matteson deserves a real tribute
for his untiring eforts towards the bet-
terment of the public school system of
Findlay. We as students owe much to
him in the Way of opportunities offered
us in the excellence of the educational
facilities and in the varied program of
The abilities of Mr. Kinley are such
that to attempt to give him his due re-
cognition Would take several pages. But
these same abilities are recognized by all
of us so that to set them forth here
Would be useless. Suffice it to say that
We have all gained much in our associa-
tion With him.
F A C U L T Y
G, R. CONSTEIN
G. H. FRACK
H. M. DIERENEIELD
J. B. HARTMAN
C. H. HAVEREIELD
P. S. HOCHSTETTLER
W. D, HUMPHREY
D, D. LAWRENCE
G, W. LEE
A. L. MATTOON
P E ARL MORAN
E. R. SHISLER
F. A. SHULL
G. E. TODD
Miami UniversityYB. S.
Basketball, Manual Train-
Bowling Green Univer-
G. R. CONSTEIN
Dean of Boys, Physics.
Ohio Wesleyan+A. B.
Ohio State-M. Sc.
G. H. FRACK
Commercial Law, Econ-
Ohio State-M. A.
H. M. DIERENFIELD
Football Coach, W o r ld
Yankton CollcgciA. B.
Ohio State-B. S. Ed.
New York University-
RUTH FI NTON
Findlay College--A. B.
Ohio State University
University of South Da-
J. B. HARTMAN
Plane Geometry, General
Ohio State-B. Sc.
Columbia University -
Ohio State--B. S. Educa-
NVestern Rescrveili. S.
Office Training School-
B. C. S., B. S.
Oberlin Business College
American History, World
Ohio State+M. A.
Shorthand, Typing. Office
Wilmington-B. S. Edu-
. D. HUMPHREY
World History, Econom-
Supcrvisor of Physical
Oberlin College-A. B.
Dean of Girls, Health
Western Reserve-A. B.
Ohio State-M. A.
Bowling Green University
G. W. LEE
Ohio State-M. A.
University of Chicago
Supervisor of Physical Ed-
Bowling Green-B. S.
Columbia University -
A. L. MATTOON
American History, World
Ohio State-A. M.
Geometry, Algebra, Trig-
Ohio State--Ph. B., M.
Ohio State-B. S.
Supervisor of Vocal Music
Nebraska Wesleyan - A.
North western-B. M. E.
Ohio State+B. S. in Ed.
Graduate Student at Ma-
Band, Instrumental Music
Dana Inst.f-B. Music
F. A. Sl-IULL
Ohio State-B. S, in Ed.
Office Training School-
B. C. S.
Findlay College-A. B.
MRS. MARIAN TARR
Supervisor of Arr
Ohio State-B. Sc., M.
G. E. TODD
Northwestern U.-M. A.
Ohio State-B. S.
Findlay College-A. B.
Bowling Green State Nor-
Findlay College-A. B.
Columbia U.-M. A.
Dana Orwiclc William Riley Ruthanne Kirla Bob Jeffery
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J AMES ZAENGLEIN
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The Class of 1936 have completed three years - - three years filled with
Work and play, friendships and rivalries, and have passed through the portals
of Findlay High School never to return again as students. We can now think
back over those years perhaps with a little regret over their passing but also with
a great deal of satisfaction with our accomplishments. For those years have been
filled with accomplishments of which We can be justly proud.
We entered Findlay High With a record to uphold - - a record built up by
many former classes. In passing from the Old Building, Where We served our
apprenticeship as sophomores, into the New as complacent juniors and finally to
the dignity of seniors we strove to raise this record and succeeded somewhat in
In addition to maintaining a high average of scholarship, We served as
members of the Findlay team in the State Scholarship Tests during our three
years at F. H. S. and gained a number of places for the team. As seniors we
entered the General Scholarship Test and gained several places high up in the
state ranking. As a class We upheld the scholastic records of former years, the
Honor Class of 1936 being one of the largest in several years.
In athletics we again excelled. The football teams during our stay at F.
H. S. hung up a very creditable record. The basketball team early began win-
ning laurels, finishing as runners-up in the state in our final year. Track, golf,
and tennis also gained a greater importance partially through the efforts of some
of our class.
We particip-ated in the various other extra-curricular activities of the school
with profit and success. The debate team brought a great deal of recognition to
the school through its efforts. We as a class supported the newspaper and annual
in addition to the efforts of some of our members in holding positions on the
staffs. In dramatics we were again active. We presented "Through the
Keyhole" in our junior year with great success and repeated this triumph in our
senior year With "Ladies of the Jury." Nlembers of our class also contributed
a great deal in the presentation of the operas, "Two Vagabonds" and
With the memories of these achievements before us We can go on to greater
successes in the life for which the faculty have so Well prepared us in providing
such a full program of school activities. May We continue to bring fame and
honor to ourselves and Findlay High in the years to come.
Dick l-lartman Meredyth Miller Jane Wall Martha Spitler
James Mason Ben Landing Jack Schaeler Charles Sherl:
HOME ROOM Z 0 7
Row I-f-H. Sp-itler, A. Shively. S. Ster-
ling, R. Stoner. C. Walters, J. Schib-
ley, P. Rush.
Row 2iR. Switzer, R, Sheldon. S
Saller. J. XVilliamson, D. XVilliamsi
K. Sayre. T. Ricketts. W. Williams
Row 3-WP. Smith. W. Urschalitz, R
Rosencrans, J. Vv'ickham, lf. Work
man, R. Sloop, A. Woodward, E
Row 4-fB. Simon. M. XVhislcr, R.
Slrouse, R. Smith, Mr. Mattoon.
HOME ROOM 205
Row I-D. Green, G. Rinn, R. lldic,
D, Dyer, D. Hockcr, B. Gillespfic,
C. lfleck, R. Hartman,
Rmldf-f-R. Dickey. D. Vox. XV. Gib
son, R. Hartman, H. Kistlcr, Ri
Row 37.1. Harlman, K. Garlinger. R
llanna, R. Hendricks. M. Fry, D
lilshell, B. Drake. S. Dysinger.
RmL'4fB. Hovvr, R. Kcllcy, S. Hall.
K. Fry. B. Hall. l'. Hollister
Hcckman, J. Grubb, J. Hoffman.
HOME ROOM 206
Row I+J. O'Neal, R. O'Harra. L
Miles, R, Lovcridge, C. Marshall, J
Porter, H. McDonald, Miss Shilling.
Row ZYW. Patrick, R. Mathias, H
Newman. H, Niemeyer, T. Miller
L. Miller, A. Laube, J. Naus.
Row 3-R. O'Harr.1, P. Rankin, L
Meyers, J. McGaugh, J. Martin, R
Oyerholt, R. Patterson, J. Morehart
Row 4+P. Rcamsnyder, N. Rabkin, P
Pennington. J. Morrison, B. Lang
sxatf, L. Rice.
HOME ROOM 211
Row I-C. Crowl, C. De Shurko, M
Bair, B. Fassett, M. Decker. L.
Row 2-W. Conkle. K. Concannon, J.
Chatelain. l.. Cramcr. J. Courtney.
G. Beard. B. Cole.
Row 3fM. Buffington, R. Cooper, M.
Cooper, J. Burk, J. Bunje, A. Doty
Row 4-Mr. Lee, B. Beagle. J. Bishop.
B. Bibler, 1. Bauer, D. Behm, A.
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HOME ROOM 110
Row I-M. Shank, A. Gohlke. J. Bach-
man. B. Reese, C. McMahon, C.
Row 2--I. Johnston, R. A. Miller. D.
Parker. P. Collins, M. Kirkbricle,
Row 3-Miss lyassett, M. Wy'atl, P.
Brink, R. Loach, J. Schwab. R. Clark.
4-B. VUise. R. Gallant, L. Shrider,
Woodward. R. Bausman. D. Jacobs.
HOME ROOM 204
Row I---D. Armacost. J. Brandman, R.
Bookwalter, E. Bayless. H. Bower.
R. Biblcr. C. Dantico.
' Row 241 Bowman, F. Dvnison. R.
Carlin. H. Cooper. M. Bash. l7. Abell,
Row-3-R. Bufick. R. Brown. R, Bald-
Wmf P- Bishop. T. Child. Mis.
Switzer, D. Beardsley.
HOME ROOM 105
Row IYV. O'Neal, C. Saunders, P.
Rush, N. McClure. J. Moran, M.
Solt, M. Palmer, G. Moses.
Row 2fJ. Morgan, M. Neumann. M.
Risser. R. Priddy. M. Schwab. K.
Renshler, B. Palmer. L. Snvder,
Row 3-I. Sonnanstine, R. Shuck. E,
Redding. F. Smith, O. Saul. J. Smith.
RMU 4-C. Slusser, M. McClenry, C.
Srwence, E. Nique, M. Parker. Miss
HOME ROOM 104
Row I-R. Mertz. P. Might. H. Harris,
R. Garlinger. L. Mzdler, I. Fore-
man. D. Hoover. R. E. Hosler. B.
Row Z-M. Julien. M. Miller, B. Gil-
lespic, M. Hollington, M. Hirscher, M.
Konkel. V, Michaels. H. Gray. M.
Row 3-M. Michaels. Miss Anstaett.
R. M. Friend. M, Kunkle. E. Maurer,
J. Mann. E. Lee.
Row 4-A. Fellers. M. Miles, B. Haugh.
A. Miller, M. Kimmel, G. Leather-
man. M. Long. R. Huber.
Row 5iT. Homer, R. FOX. E. Jacobs.
HOME ROOM 106
Row I-R. Wonder. P. Viineland. C
Whisler, E. Stewart. R. Winterrowd
M. Spitler, J. Wall.
Row 2-M. VanVoorhis. L. Stoner, M.
XVilson. M. Swarat, M. VanDenburg.
Row 3-QE. Wells. A. Spitler. J. Wells
Miss D, Wisely. M. YVilliams.
Row 4-M. Thiery, J. Stevenson. L.
Walters, B. Terwilliger. M. Williams
HOME ROOM 203
Row IYT. Marshall, C. Redick. M.
Moore, M. Saul. R. Mosshart. R.
Mclielvey, H. Shank. R. Rogers.
Raw ZfA. Price, R. Lauwers. R.
Myers. C. Platt. J. Reed, W. Lee.
Row 3ffA. Rice, I. Provant, R. Lea-
therman, M. Roberts, W. Mustard.
Row 4-C. Schira, G. Schindler, K.
Misamore, E. Schrier, R. Pastorius,
L. Preclmore, H. Rice, R. Price.
Row 5-D. Lovcridge. R. Porter, C.
Newman, J. Schaefer, Mr. Hochstett-
ler, C. Sands, O, Polen, J. Mason,
HOME ROOM 200
Row 1-D. Storrs, R. Wherstonc, C.
Sites. R. Shroy. J. Stewart, L. Solo-
mon, R. St. Myer.
Row 2fM. Yates, D. Watts. G.
Steenson, E. Sorenson. D. Tarbox, D.
Srunrz. J. Webber.
Row 3-R. Wortman. H. Smith, J.
Todd, J. Weisling, Wm. St. Myer.
R. Wittenmeyer, N. Stevens, W.
Shrider, R, Wnll.
Row 4fE. Taylor, R. Weist, J. Van
Fleet, E. Van Cleve, C. Swisher,
C. Van Brunt, Mr. Bachmann.
HOME ROOM 201
Row 1fR. Dukes, H. Baughman, R
Cramer. C. Crook, J. Brenner, H
Decker. P. Dressel, R. Dorsey.
Row ZYD. Arnold, S. Brickman. A
Copley, J. Courtney, D. Edie. J
Dipert, E. Cope.
Row 37131. Claypoole, XV. Butler,
Ebert, J. De Haven, J. Burton,
Blosser, E. Best, R. Dietsch.
Row 4-F. Corbin, J. Browne. D. Cor-
win, S. Burkholder, P. Capell, Mr
Frack, E, Blakely, W, Clingerman
HOME ROOM 202
Row I-C. Fcllers. C. Higgins, R
Hiegel, R. Kresser, G, Goudy. J
Row ZiD. Helms, M. Hulbert, B
Hoadley, J. Kelley, A. Krzibill.
Raw 3+O. Adams, T. Hardman, R
lirye, H. George, H. Hover. D. Kirk
Row 4 -P. Kingery, B. Landing. R
Helfresch, R. Eppley. J. Herbst. D
Row 5-J. Johns, H. Hars':berger, R.
Fleming, Mr. Humphrey, J. Farrison
HOME ROOM 102
.-E. Camp, E. Baxter, J. Bond, D. Dietelbach, M. Cornwell, E. Coombs, B. Baughman
Row 2:-K. De Wese, A. Brown, J. Crittenden, H. Clapp, L. Bloom, L. Bowman, M. Bright
:-V. Altman, A. De Fauw, B. Beltz, C. Barton, M. Beard, J. Crosser, M. Beardsley
Row 4:-D. Bright, R. Finton, J. Baldwin, V. Arnold, M. Bensinger, E. Brooks, V. Compton
HOME ROOM 103
.-A. Ingall, C. Dotson, N. Gallant, V. Hoile, H. Duttweiler, E. Hunt, W. Douglas
V. Dorsey, E. Johnson.
.-N. Harmes, V. Jacobs, A. Felkner, R. Gardner, R. Johnson, F. Hummell, E. Fellers
M. Eckert, F. Johnson.
.-Miss Moran, A. Fox, D. Dunathan, J. Glasco, M. Howard, M. Hanna, G. Hartman
P. Johnson, N. Kistler, V. Garman, M. Fox, M. J. Pike.
J. Lambdin, T. Hartman, A. Hinton, R. Hoffman, H. Fitzpatrick, G. Gillespie, D.
Haney, A. Dorsey, F. Latta, G. Kirk, J. Larcom.
Row 3 :-E.
HOME ROOM ll l
Petterman, R. Laware, M. Reynolds, Mr. Haverfield, A, Nesler, M. Lee, B. Miller
A. Russell, M, Schmidt.
Palmerton, I. Preston, A. Rogge, L. Poole, B. Love, E. Mayberry, V. Pratt, J
Ludi, E. Pittman, M. Miller, M. Misamore, B. Quinlan, H. Newcomer, E
Parker, M. Povenmire, M. Murphy, M. Russell, M. Rader, V. Lear, G. Mohr, M
HOME ROOM 214
Williamson, J. Schuck, L. Th-iele, P. Ward, B. Stauffer, E. Steinman, D. Yocum
Whyland, D. Tyner, A. Wanamaker, M. Slack, G. Warnick, E. Sink, M. Semler
Shively, E. Wittenmyer, M. Urschalitz, M. Strathman, C. Swinhart, D. Zent
Wolfe, R. Shuck, B. Smith, M. Sparks, O. Wise, J. Shoemaker, R. Worstein
Urban, K. YValker, B. Williamson, B. Van Gunten, M. Tho-mpson. B. Simpson
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The honor class was one of the
largest classes which has ever been
graduated from Findlay High School.
Twenty-eight students made up the
honor roll for 1936. This meant
that each one of these students had
attained an average of ninety per cent
or above during his four years in
high school. Each student deserved
great praise for such an accomplish-
ment. This has meant a great deal of
hard Work, determination, and sacri-
fice on the part of each one, but the
goal which has been achieved has been
well Worth their untiring efforts.
These students have gained much
more than mere membership on the
honor roll, They have learned the
finest habits of study and concentra-
tion, which will be a great asset to
them in their future life's Work.
Row I-B. Behm, R. Kirk, J. Lee
N. Starliper, J. Eoff, B. Brown
C, Crosser, C. Thiele.
Row 2-F. Flowers, D. Flowers, B
Cromer, M. Cramer, P. Coon
Row 3-V. Meeks, J, Miller, C
Hammond, W. Wineland, M
Parker. H. Bishop.
Row4fJ. Folk, D. Patterson, J
Wnllen. R. Jelfery, D. Orwick.
Row I--B. Williamson, P. Rush
R. Garlinger, E. Bates. B. Brown.
J, Lee, N. Starliper.
Row 2-L. Stoner. B. Beagle, M
Palmer, R. Friend, M. DuBois
J, Shuck, J, Crosser, L, Bowman
Rnw 3-C. Sites. K. Sayre, R
Dickey, M. Warner, A. Dorsey
E. Ludi, H, Fitzpatrick.
Row 4fR. Dukes, H. McDonald
L. Alge, A. Nloorhead, N. Ar-
nold. L. Hardman, J. Folk.
Row 5-P. Capell, L, Miller, J
Wallen, V. Meeks, D. Stuntz,
Row 6-Mr. Kinley. M, XVyatr, B
Strouse. J. Moran, J. Schaefer,
Row 7-B. Wise. R. Brown, B
I-Ieckman, J. Wickham.
The Student Council is probably
the only organization Whose sole
purpose is service to the school.
It is composed of representatives
from each home room representing
the student body, and Mr. Kinley,
representing the faculty.
Among the responsibilities of this
group are to provide a coordinating
link between the students and fac-
ulty, to give opportunity to student
self-direction, to encourage order, and
to promote the general interests and
activities of the school.
In this later category, the Student
Council sponsored the concessions, an
amateur contest, spelling bee, courtesy
campaign, College Day, and Parents'
The officers for the first semes-
ter were: John Wallen, presidentg
Vaughn Meeks, vice-president: Lo-
well Alge, secretary. The same of-
ficers Were retained for the second se-
mester with the exception of the vice
presidency which was filled by Joan
1lowIfJ. Lee, M. Snyder, C,
Thiele, E. Bates, R. Mischkc.
Row 2+V. Huber, M. Schwinn. B.
Behm, M. Cromer, M. Fornes,
R. Rooney. B. Cromer.
Row SiN. Starliper, B. Bellinger.
R. Kirk, D. Orwick, R, Winters,
Row 4+L, Leonard, V. Nleeks, W.
Wineland. R. Rogge, R. Dickey,
K. Sayre, J. Adams.
Row 5-Mr. Humphrey, H. Hoadley,
B. Wetherald, D. Patterson, F.
The 1936 Annual Staif has striven to publish an annual which each student may be
proud to possess. For awhile it was rather uncertain whether school would go on, but work
progressed without fail. The 1936 year-book is a portrayal of Findlay High School life and
The editor was Dana Orwickg associate editor, Ruthanne Kirkg business manager, Don
Patterson: advertising manager, Joan Lee.
The newspaper staff was composed of the members of the Journalism Class of the school,
The aim of the staff has been to give the student body what it wants in the best style possible.
A chronicle of the school events is presented in the Blue and Gold giving a complete history of
the happenings of the school year. Miss Pearl Moran served as the faculty advisor.
Row liH. lVlcKelvey, J. Davis, G.
Howard, E. Bates, N. McClure.
R. Mischke. H. Holmes, J. Mor-
gan, C. Crowl, M. Nichols.
Row 2--Miss Moran, M. Schwinn.
M. Snyder, M. Cramer, M.
Fornes, R. Rooney, M, Schwab,
I. Clark, H. Baughman.
Row 3-R. Overholt, B. Landing,
D. Tarbox, N. An1old.B.Powcll,
R, Rosencrans, R. Hanna, D.
Patterson, D. Arnold, K. Sayre,
Row 4-J. Pressnell, W. Tabb. H.
Hoadley, C. Kirk, B. Rogge. L.
Row I--C. Crosser, J. Lee, N
McClure, J. Moran, B, Brown
M, Cooper, B, Beck, O. Campbell.
Row ZvV. Frye, R. Bishop, V
Huber, R. Kirk, B. Cromer. B
Ballinger, M. Wilson, R. Cook.-er
Row JYD, Flowers, D. Baughman
R. Higgins, D. Houser. H. Mc-
Donald, K. Sayre, S. Hoover.
Row 4--R. Rosencrans. C. Beard
sley, V. Meeks, R. Rogge, J.
Adams, G. Love, F. Flowers.
Row 5fW. Wineland, T. Roberts
A. Moorhead, H. Neuman.
D ADVERTISING TEAMS
Without the steady and persistent effort of those who make up the Advertising Teams.
this book would not be possible. Their work in canvassing the merchants of Findlay, and the
results they have obtained has been outstanding this year. It is all the more so when we remember
the uncertainty of the school year.
When you read this book remember the work of these students.
The commercial team representing Findlay at Bowling Green for the elimination contest
continued the record of past years, gaining two first places in typing and two seconds in
This year's team met particularly stiff competition from eight schools of this section. The
contestants who won in the Amateur divisions were Phyllis Coon, Marilyn Schwinn, and Marie
Fornes. Marcelline Thiery competed in the Novice division.
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Row I-N. Starliper, C. Hammond
Row Zfl-'. Flowers, J. Miller, S
Hoover, W. Wineland, D. Flowers
Row 3fJ. Wallen, D. Patterson, D
Any senior in the upper third of his class was eligible to take the Ohio Senior Scholarship
Test. The test covered the four years of high school work. Findlay made a splendid showing
With eleven students placing high, and four ranking in the first thirty-four of the state. In the
order of their ranking, they were Dana Orwick, John Wallen, Fred and Dan Flowers.
Findlay High School placed first in the State of Ohio in the state scholarship tests given
at Bowling Green. The members of the teams who participated in these tests were chosen from
those receiving the highest scores in a preliminary test. The following five Findlay students
placed first in the district: Fred Flowers, physics, Richard Harshnian, algebra. Christine Thiele,
American history: Ben Landing, Latin: Margaret Belle Pendleton, English.
Row I-JS. I-Iummell, L. Thiele, N
Stnrliper, K. De Wese, J. Schuck
C. Thiele, D. Leininger, R
1Qr1u22fM. XVeimer, B. Walter
mire, C, Feller, J. Dipert, M
Palmer, B. Love, M. Pendleton
Row 3fD. Flowers, H. Hover, L
Stoner, R. Kirk. M. Wynn, M
Miller, T. Horner, E. Lee.
Row 4712. Eppley, F. Flowers, D
Stuntz, J. Miller, R. Cooper, I
Clark, M. Misamore.
ROLU5-C. Hammond, N. Arnold
A. Baughman, D. Patterson, J
Wallen, D. Orwick, B. Landing.
Rott' IYE. Sorenson, C, Fellcrs,
N. Arnold, H, Harris, S. Hoover.
Rou.12YR. Higgins, R, Hanna, C,
Kirk, M. Wynn.
Row 3413. Beardsley. Mr. Humph-
rey, D. Baughman,
The Forum Club, sponsored by Mr. W. D. Humphrey, was an organization for those who
were interested in the development of current affairs. During the course of the year these students
touched on such subjects as foreign news, domestic news, drama, reviews of books on current
The officers this year were :-Ned Arnold, president, Sidney Hoover, vice-president: an.d
Helen Harris, secretary-treasurer.
AMERICAN HISTORY CLUB
This club has sought to obtain a more detailed view of the whole field of American history
than is abtained in the regular course of study. Information on topics of interest has been ob-
tained from reports, book reports, and field trips, The officers were: Dana Orwiick, president:
Dan Flowers, vice president, Howard Hoadley, secretary: Don Patterson, program chairman:
and Mr. A. L. Mattoon, sponsor.
AMERICAN HISTORY CLUB
Row I-F. Flowers, G. Warnick
M.-Slack. D. Flowers, T. Croy.
Row 2-H. Schoonover, D, Patter
son, D. Orwick, J. Folk.
Row 3715. Cope, A. L, Mattoon
Row I-V. Arnold, L. Wiest, E.
Jacobs, H. Hauer, N. Gallant.
R. Eppley, J. Schaefer, N. Mc-
Clure, D. Haas.
Row Z---G. Goudy, R. M. Friend.
M, Van Vorhis, B. Haas.
The purpose of this organization was to show the practical value of Latin and to enrich
the student's background in the customs, habits, dress, and mythology of the Romans. A Roman
banquet was prepared by the club as part of this Work. Miss Laura Wiest sponsored the club.
The officers Were: Margaret Van Voorhis, consul: Don Haas, proconsul: Nancy McClure,
scribe: Betty Haas, secretary,
BOOK LOVERS CLUB
The Book Lover's Club, sponsored by Miss Helen Wisely, has finished another successful
year. The aim of this club was the study of good literature. At the Christmas meeting appro-
priate poems and short stories were read. Throughout the year modern books were reviewed,
one of which was given by a guest speaker.
The club officers were president. Eileen Lee: secretary, Margaret Sparks: publicity editor,
BOOK LOVERS CLUB
Row I-K. DeWese, E. Lee, J.
Row 2-A. DeFauw, Miss Wisely,
M. Sparks, F, Urban.
Morgan, T. Horner, M. Hirscher,
M. Hollington, B. Bibler. G.
Kirk, L. Walters, H. Fitzpatrick.
E. Wells, M. Beard. A. Dorsey.
Row 3-Miss Switzer, E. Blakeley,
Row 4-C. Stanfield, H. Shank, G.
Roller, B. Redman.
The purpose of the Stagecrafr Club was to study the history and theory of the stage. es-
pecially scenery and lighting, and to study stage costuming and make-up. It assisted in staging
school performances, such as class plays and the Operetta.
The officers of the club were president, Josephine Davis: vice president, Charles Stanfieldp
secretary-treasurer, Ann Dorsey. The officers were the program committee.
The Library Assistants organization under the direction of Miss Bernice Hathaway has
been very active and helpful this year. The classes held for the first half of the year taught the
fundamentals of library work such as the classification of books, cataloguing, arrangement of
books, study of different reference books, use of Reader's Guide and filing cards.
The president was Wanda Konkelg secretary, Jane Wallg reporter, Doris Shively.
Row I-J. XVall, E. Lee, L. Bloom
C. Bond, V. Garman.
Row 2-M. Wilson, R. Speck. M
Bensingcr, W. Konkle, Miss Hath
Row 3-P. Reamsnyder. M. Wil
li'ams, D. Haney, D. Shively.
Row 4-A. Moore. B. Glasco.
Row I-A. Brown, C. Parker, J.
Row 2-E, Wittenmyer, E. Brooks,
E. Redding, A. Doty, J. Davis,
R. Helfrisch, H. Kistler, H. Mc-
Donald, K. Sayre, G. Schindler,
Row I-R. Read, H. Decker, J.
Iiickle, W. Lee.
Row Z-B. Landing, D. Stuntz. R.
Hiegel, H. Baughman, J. Dipert.
Row 3-Mr. Lee, M. Hulbert, W.
Headley. D. Culp.
The Biology Club, sponsored by Mr. G. W. Lee, oifered an opportunity to its members
for work on projects in the field of general biology.
Reports were given by various members, demonstrations, including one on dissection, were
carried out and in addition several outside speakers were guests of the club.
The oEicers were Richard Read, president, John Dishon, vice-president: David Stuntz,
secretary: James Dipert, publicity agent.
The Chemistry Club, as always, has been very outstanding this year. The
gained instructive knowledge from their activity in the club, which probably could
from the regular class period. Each student has been permitted to follow his
The officers of the year were: Carl Hammond, president: Dick Fishell.
Wunder Tabb, secretary: Ruth Cooper, reporter.
Row I-R. Cooper, L. Stoner, M.
McCleary, A. Feller, M. Long,
G. Moses, C. Whisler, E. Stewart.
Row Z-B. Hover, R. Hall, M.
Parker, R. Loveridge, W. Oxley,
T. Miles, R. Sloop.
Row 3-Mr. Lawrence, W. Drake,
W. Tabb, M. Bixler, I. Provant,
D. I-locker, S. Dysinger.
Row 4-C. Hammond, C. Marshall.
A. Laube, R. Sheldon, R. O'Harra,
Row 5--H. Neuman, D. Fishell,
H. Niemeyer, S. Saller.
Row 6-R. Ammons, H. Cooper,
B. Switzer, T. Miller, B. Lang-
staff. D. Jacobs.
Row 7-T. Childs, B. Strouse, J.
not be derived
Row I-C. Higgins, C. Platt, R.
O'Harra. R. Edie, D. Edie. C.
Redick, G. Rice, A. Krabill.
Rou.'Z-R, Mathias. D. Dyer, W.
Baumlein, R. Leatherman, P.
Kingery, B. Lauwers.
Row 3-fJ. Schibley, H. Huston, A.
Hutchinson, R. Pastotius. B.
Clingerman, J. Porter, D, Kirk,
Row 4-M. Yates, R. Rice, C.
Sands. Mr. Bachman, H. Rice.
The object of this club was to apply model aircraft to practical aviation. Members in-
terested in this field were given information on aviation schools. The study of the construction
of real planes was made through the medium of model aeroplanes, Models were displayed before
the members. Mr. Bachrnan was sponsor.
Officers were president, Robert Rice, vice-president, Darel Dyer: secretary, Charles Platt:
publicity, Bill Clingerman.
This club was organized for experiment and study in the field of radio. The club was
divided into two parts. The amateur group was acquainted with parts and construction and were
required to build a radio set. The advanced group spent its time on theory and short-wave.
Mr. Constien was. the sponsor. Officers: president, Bob NVetherald: secretary, Vaughn Meeks:
librarian, Bob Roggeg publicity, Dick Baker.
Row I-D. Porter, D. Baker. B
Shray. L. Miller, A. Alge, R
Beck, N. Mathias.
Row 2-J. Brown, R. Nesler, L
Moss, M. Bash, D. Stoner
W. Doty. 1
Row 3-W. Williams, E. Shrier. V
Row 4-R. Rogge, V. Meeks, G
Love. A. Baughman, B. Niebel
son, R. Daughtery. L. Myers, E
Row 54-R. Price, G. R. Constien
W. O'Brien. A. Moorehead, E
McDonald. W. Mustard.
Opperman. R. Wetherald, J. An-
drews, P. Reamsnyder, A. Felk-
C. Beardsley, C. Brown, J. Ma-
'zu 1-A. Vv'annamaker, D. Ty-
ner, M. Vvfhyland, A. Conine.
A, Gohlke, V. O'Neal, R. La-
XVarre, E, Johnson.
Row 2+-R. E. I-Iosler, M. Kimmel,
M. Kunkle, M. Miles. J. Mann.
V. Michaefs, M, Konkel, V.
Iloyle, C. Bender, L. Haggerty.
Roiu3+R. Bishop, J. Lee, P.
Johnson. T. Laub, B. Shaffer.
D. Haney, B. Quinlan, V. Comp-
Row 4-B. Brown, I. Gohlke, V.
Frye, P. Collins, A. Fox, L.
Row 5+Miss Anstaert, T. Hart-
man, L, Burse, M, Kirkbride, S,
Row 6-P. Farison, M, Howard, A.
The Knitting Club was open to all the girls of the school. Its purpose is to teach the
girls different stitches and how to make various articles. Many useful and beautiful things have
been made, The club had an exhibition at which each member displayed her own work. Miss
Estella Anstaett was the faculty advisor. The officers were Betty Brown, president: .Ioan Lee,
The Commercial Club, sponsored by Misses Hudnell and Fassett was open to senior com-
mercial students only. Its purpose was to better acquaint the student with office life. The high-
light of the year was the talk given by Miss Inez Roth of the Ohio Oil Company.
The club elected as officers this year, Betty Cromer, presidentg Burton Wittenmyer, vice-
president: Mary Ellen Greetham, secretary-treasurer: and Dorothy Wise, reporter.
Rorul--M. Schwinn, B. Redman,
B. Cromer, M. Connell. F. Edie,
C, Bond. B. Wittenmyer, D.
Bond, G. Bingham.
Row 2+D, Wise, M. Greetham, M.
Cramer, C. Gobrecht, M. Beck,
M. Collins, R. Rooney, M,
Nichols, M. DuBois, L, Baird,
E. Ohl, G. Clapper.
Row 3--Miss Fassett, G. Sonnan-
stine, M. Minard, E. Roeder, B,
Vautaw, L. Leonard. Miss Hud-
Row I-P. Might, J, Bishop, M.
Fox, E. Ludi, D. Hoover, J.
Baldwin, O, Campbell.
Row Z-C, Dantico, M. Hanna,M.
Downing, J. Courtney, J. Bunje.
Row 3fG. Frack, C. Fleck. B.
Overholt, C. Mueller, P. Brink,
B. Fry, R, Loach, J. Schwab.
Row 4-O, Kistler, P. Pennington,
R. Smith, F. Kobe, B. Clark,
One of the more popular clubs this year was the Kennel Club, sponsored by Ivlr. Frack.
This club had the avowed purpose of studying the breeds of dogs and of learning3 some of the
principles for the training and care of dogs.
The officers for the past year were: Bob Clark, president: Martha Downing, vice-president:
Jack Schwab, secretaryg and Jean Bunje, reporter.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Shull this organization had as its aim the conservation of
wild life around us, both plant and animal. The work included the study of game and fisih
laws, and field trips on which they studied first hand, the kinds of trees, birds and flowers.
The officers were Don Alexander, president: Junior Angus, vice-president: Isabel Clark,
exander, J. Hollister, R. King.
Smith, M. Russell, M. Fornes
M. Urschalitz, M. Cornwell, G
Row 5-H, Mitchell. D. Shively
Row 6-E, Glasco. V, Smith. J
Naus, D. Gallant, C. Hoffman.
'Row 7-R. Taylor, B. Yates, M
F arty-F ive
Row I-J. Angus, I. Clark, D. Al-
Row ZAB. Reese, M. VanDenburg,
C. Killinger, M. Reynolds, M.
Williams, M. Rader. A. Nesler,
Row 3--J. Stewart, O. Saul, F
Row 440. Russell, B. Miller, M.
Strathman, R. Weakley, I. Bauer.
R, Bausman, S. Brickman, L,
Millhouse, W. Gibson, A. Wood'
Row IYC. Crosser, V. Huber, M.
Connell, H, Van Dorn, A. Con-
ine, C. Thiele. B. Cromer.
Row 2fN. Starliper. E. Bates. M.
E. Greetham, M, Snyder. V.
Geib, R. Winters, P. Coon.
Row 37.1, Lee. iM. Clark, B. Behm.
J. Davis, R. Nlischke, C. Go-
brecht, M. DuBois, V. DeWoody.
Row 4-D. Wise, R. Allison, M.
Beck, M, Rankin, L, I-Iards, M.
Cramer, L. Burse,
Row 5--B. Brown, R. Bishop. M.
Schwinn, R. Kirk, F, Edie, M.
Nichols, M, Fellabaum.
The Senior Advisors organization has been composed of a representative group of Senior
girls chosen by the girls themselves. It is their duty, as Senior Advisors, to aid sophomores in
becoming acquainted with the high school and its rules. They are the leaders of charm school,
a class conducted for the benefit of sophomores. Various social functions have been conducted
by the separate groups throughout the year.
The Girl Reserves has been one of the service clubs of the school. It establishes a band of
friendship, promotes Christian living among the girls, who will serve the community as Christian
citizens. Their' slogan is "To face life squarely." Miss Glendora Mills and Miss Lora Wiest
were the faculty advisors. Betty Cromer, Isabel Clark, and Nancy McClure hold the offices of
president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively.
GI RL RESERVES
Row l-J. Morgan, R. Hosler, A.
Wanamaker, D. Tyner. A. Rus-
sell, R. Duttweiler, M. Michaels.
M. Risser, V. O'Neil. E, Gohlke,
I. Foreman. R. Shuck, M. Wolfe.
Row ZLA, Rogge, D. Yocum, E.
Pittman, B. Love, B. Quinlan.
E. Neiswander, C. Killenger, M,
Williams, C. Bond, W. Vlfilliams,
Row 3iP, Wineland, J, Wall, P.
Coon, G. Moore, M. Routson.
V. Frye, C. Barton, L. Hards,
R. Winters, B. Bibler, B. Vautaw.
Row 4-M. Solt. N. McClure, L.
Burse, R. Wonder, R. Priddy,
R. Speck, A. Felkner, J. Morri-
son, B. Shaffer, I. Clark, M.
Collins. M, Palmer.
Row 5-B. Beagle, M. Clark, M.
Greetham, C. Patterson, M.
Cooper, G. Wells, M. Spitler, M.
I-Iollington, A. Doty. A. Brown.
G. Mills, B. Cromer, R. Gar-
Row 6-R, Hoffman, H, Clapp, A.
Fellers, N. Gallant, V. Ayers, J.
Jackson, M. Murphy. M. Wilson, .
E. Bates, E. Stewart, M, Miller,
J. Burk, H. Harris, B. Gillespie, .
O. Saul, J. Shuck. B, Van Gun-
ten. L. Bowman. D. Bachman.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Row 1--G. Leatherman, K. Rensh-
lcr. B. Bibler, M. Huber, R. Gar-
linger, M. Hollington, B. Gilles-
pic, B. Ifassett, P. VJineland, B.
Reese. D. Bond.
Row 2-D. Best. E. Ohl, C. De-
Shurko, J. Bachman. L. Stoner,
J. Burk, M. J. Urschalitz. E.
Wittenmyer, C. Bond, G. M.
Row iii Krauss, P. Coon. M.
Bair, H. Duttweiler, D. Merten.
M. E. Povenmire, A. Wanamaker.
A. Cunningham. A. Nloore, Miss
Row 4f+N. Starliper, V. Hoile, J.
Davis, R. Mischke, B. Miller, M.
Strathman, A. Russell, E. L.
Bates, M. C. Wiseley.
Row 5-A. Conine, T. Laub, G.
Howard, D. Shivcly. D. Parker.
S. Boeracker, M. Downing, O.
Campbell, E. Camp, M. Shank.
Row 6-B. Bellinger, H. Holmes,
R. Hoffman, R. Winters. C.
Crook, M. Semler, J. Crittenden.
M. Nichols, N. Harmes, J. Chate-
Row 7-E. Baxter, L. Poole, D.
Yocum. B. J. Rogge, M. Con-
nell, H. Van Dorn, D. Bright.
E. Niswander, C. Patterson. D.
E. Turner, Bensinger, IW. J.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' Athletic Association, with Miss March as sponsor, has achieved distinctive
honors, The aims of the organization are to develop leadership, promote good health, and
foster sportsmanship. The club has gone far in attaining these aims through its projects carried
out, such as the grade school volley ball tournamefnt, the field day for out-of-town schools, and
the many activities Within the G. A. A. itself.
The Letter "F" Club is composed of athletes who have received a letter for activity in
some sport. The purpose of their club is to sponsor and create a more sportsmanlike attitude
among contestants. This is accomplished by the guiding of prospective athletes concerning train-
ing and participation.
The olficers were Bob Varner, presidentg Arthur Shively, vice-president, William Riley,
secretary, and Mr. Dierenfield, sponsor.
LETTER "F" CLUB
Back rowfR. Smith. J. Dishon, H.
Bishop, E, Miller, R. Bell, P.
Rush, D. Hartman, C. Polen, J.
Middle row-WR. Paul, B. Heckman,
D. Baldwin, D. Fox, L. Alge,
R. Hendricks, E. Taylor.
Front row-E. Roether, A. Shively,
W. Wineland, D. Gallegher, Coach
Y A c3AP12L.1.A c511o1R
Row Ifff, Bond. V. Huber, N.
Starlipcr, H, Harris, B. Bnugh-
man, R. Nesler, D. Houscr, J.
Hcrbst, Prof. Sanderson, M.
XVyatt, J. Hoffman, T. Ricketts,
E. Bates, l, Foreman, B. Vaulnw,
Row Zffli. Edie, J. Burk, M. Vv'ar-
ner, R, Shuck. R. liausmzin, R.
Jeffery, J. Schwyn. D. Snyder,
J. VanFleet, K. Garlinger, M.
liry, R. Price. C, Crook, R.
Kirk, B. Brown, M. Connell. M.
Row Sill. Clnpp, M. Routson, Cm,
Howard, B. Cromer, H. Cooper,
J. Angus, H. Bishop, R. Rogge.
, B. NVetherald, R. Clark, R.
Dickey. D. Alexander, R, Win-
terrowd, R. Cooper, H. Dutt-
weiler, M. Huffington, M. Van
A CAPELLA CHOIR
The A Capella Choir of Findlay Senior High School has given many concerts this year
under the direction of Mr. Wendell Sanderson. The outstanding performances were given at thc
Methodist Church, the Presbyterian Church and the Rotary club. Selections used by the choir
were from the Various schools of composition including old ltalian, German. modern Russian
The opera has been, for many years, an annual spring event of the high school and has
been sponsored by the music class under the able supervision of Mr. VJendell Sanderson. Miss
Ruth Finton, as dramatic director, has merited much praise for her capable assistance. 'Princess
Ida," by Gilbert and Sullivan, was the opera presented this year, which was Well produced by a
splendid cast. , 1 A ,
Row IYR. Wonder, R. Daugherty
ald, B. Niebel, L. Medler, L
Palmerton, B. Mosshart, D
Stuntz, V. Altman, J. Chatelain
R. Mischke, J. Zaenglein, D
Baughman, H. Newcomer. H
Schoonover, O. Garlow.
Row 3-I. Sonnanstine, B. Hover
M. Minard, Mr. Earl Shisler, B
ard, R. Beck.
The orchestra, this year, as in former years, gave its usual sterling performance. It assisted
at the Junior and Senior plays and Commencement, and participated in the Buckeye League Fes-
tival at Tiffin. It rendered particularly outstanding Work in the presentation of the comic
opera, Princess Ida. lt might be noted that among other difficulties of this production, most of
the orchestral scores were written in manuscript.
The High School Band, under the capable direction of Mr. Earl Shisler, was composed
of sixty members this year. lts appearance at all athletic contests - - both at the stadium and in
the gym - - did much to heighten the spirit of these occasions.
In addition to an excellent chapel program, the organization took part in the Buckeye
League Festival at Tiffin and the Upper Sandusky Festival.
Turner, R. Stears, M. Murray
R. Eppley, W. Woodward,
Schoonover, H. Newcomer.
Hover, F. Headley.
Row Z-W. Oppferman, D. Fuller.
Niebcl, B. Niebel, R. Edie,
Dipert, H. Shank, J. Farison.
Baughman, J. Zaenglein.
Wese, V. Pratt, R. Daugherty.
Row 4-R. English, M. Taylor, M
Shank, R. Mischke, l. Provant
Row 54R. Cain, M. Jumper, B
Daugherty, B. Hover, K. Stears
T. Egbert, C. Hammond, Mr
Shisler, B. Wetherald, G. Loach
M. Saul, D. Turner, B. Wether-
Row 2-J. Lundy, R. Williams, A.
Baughman, J. Crosser, G. How-
Row14O. Trackler, M. Fike. D.
Flowers, Dan Flowers. M. De-
R. Beck, A. Palmerton, K. Fore-
Row l-J, Brenner. M. Saul, D.
Rogers. R. Wall. R. Uncapher.
Row 2-J. Mclrlaugh, M. Roberts,
R. Hartman, P. Capell, J. Court-
ney, J. Farison.
Row 3-S. Hall, O. Cmrlow, B.
Curtiss, J. Reed, L. Predmore.
H. Bower, W. St. Myers, D.
Crook, B. Gillespie.
Row 47.1 Lorenz, D. Snyder, R.
Brown. H. Fcllers. R. Williams.
Row 5-S. Buerkholder, J. Van-
Fleet, R. Busick, Mr. Keller, B.
This club sponsored by Mr. Keller was one of the new clubs at Findlay High School this
year, The club studied the rules and methods of playing the various major sports. Its members
oificiated at all the home room games and sponsored a basketball tournament for all high school
students. The officers were: Don Denison, president: Robert Brown, vice-president, and Max
Under the sponsorship of Miss Wiseley this group has made a study ofp modern methods
of supervised recreation including nature work, handicraft, and bookbinding. Much time was
devoted to the study of playgrounds in Detroit, Cleveland, and New York City.
The officers of this organization were: Ruth Mischke, president: Geraldine Howard, vice-
president: Jane Chatelain, secretary-treasurer: Maxine Cooper, reporter.
Row 14.1. Krauss, P. XVineland, C.
This-le, R. Mischke. V. Geib. X
Row! -M. Williams, M. Cooper, W
G. Howard. E. Baxter, G. Lea-
therman, K. Renshler.
Row iv- -M. Misamore. B. Terwil-
liger, J. Chatelain. D. Turner,
Miss D. Wiseley, D. Westfall,
Row 3--Mr. Todd,
Thrills! Chillsl Quivers! Shiversl "The Bat," an exciting mystery play by Mary
Roberts Rinehart was ably presented this year by our Junior class. The plot centered around
a notorious criminal known as the Bat, who invaded the home of a spinster and committed several
cold blooded murders. Later the murders were finally solved, and the identity of the Bat was
learned. Mr. Todd directed the play.
The graduating class of 1936 presented "Ladies of the Jury," a fast-moving, vastly enter-
taining comedy of the court room. It is one of the most famous satires that has ever been written
on the jury system, and what really occurs in a jury-room when an accused's life is at stake was
vividly displayed by the cast through the splendid direction of Mr. Todd.
C. Crosser. R. Bishop.
erts, Mr. Todd, P. Coon.
Row I-R. Dickey. J. Moran, K.
Concannon, M. Palmer, H. Mc-
Row 24K. Garlinger, C. Smith, M.
Wyatt, R. Bookwalter, M. Frye.
Row I-F. Edie, J. Eoff, V. Huber.
E. Bates, J. Lee, lj. Baughman,
Row 2-fD. Alexander. C. Ham-
mond, R. Higgins, W. Wineland.
S. Hoover, J. Adams, B. Cromer.
Row 3-R. Wethcrald, D. Houser,
D. Patterson, R. Rogge, T. Rob-
Row I-K. Sayre, K. Concannon.
Row Z-D. Patterson, Mr. A. L.
Nlattoon, J. Wallen.
Mr. Mattoon has again turned out an outstanding debate team. The de-
baters feel that any success which they have attained is to a great degree due to
the untiring efforts of Mr. Mattoon.
During the season over forty debates were participated in, including con-
tests in both the State and Buckeye Leaguesg Findlay Won the District Cham-
pionship, but they Were defeated by Troy in the quarter finals. Troy later won
the State Championship.
The successful season was climaxed when Findlay Won the annual Heidel-
berg Debate Tournament at Tiffin. Findlay's record of eight victories in nine
starts gave our school first place in competition with thirty-one other high
schools from Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Row I-F. Flowers, M, E. Wilson.
Row 2-W. Hover, H. Newman.
Row If-P. Folk. M. Clark. H
Gray, B. Staulfer. R. Worstein
Miller, R. Meyers, M. Bair.
The purpose of this club was to provide an activity for all those who had particular hobby
interests which were not included in other clubs. Mr. Hochstettler was the sponsor. The officers
the first semester were Richard Meyers, president: Helen Gray, secretary: Maxine Clark, reporter.
The second semester officers were Medford Bair, president: Jack Miller. vice-president: Maxine
Clark, secretary: Raymond 1Kresser, reporter. A
PEN ART CLUB
The Pen Art Club was sponsored by C. H. Haverfield. Its purpose was to teach those
pupils interested in pen work as a hobby, the art and history of writing. Different types of script
are developed and practised. Appreciation of writing is worked for as an end.
The officers were presidernt, Dick Dorsey, vice president, Frances Johnston: secretary-
treasurer, Mary Jane Pike: publicity agent, Mary Jane Pike.
PEN ART CLUB
Kistler, C. McMahon.
Sink, F. Johnson.
Row 2-J. O'Neal, R. Kresser, J.
Row 3-D. Loveridge, Mr. Hoch-
Row I-M, Schmidt, E. Fellcrs, N.
Row Z-M. Pike. M. Semler. E.
Row 3iMr. Haverfield, R. Bright.
J. Sonnanstine, D. Bright, O.
Row I-S. Hoover.
Row ZQH. Bishop, N. Arnold.
Row 3-H. Hoadley, R. Smith, W.
Row 4-G. Hart. G. Love, W.
Tabb, R. Powell.
Row 5+-J. Wallen, D. Baker, B.
Higgins, D. Flowers, B. Niebel.
Row 6-F. Flowers, D. Houser, D.
Orwick, B. Yates, D. Patterson,
B. Daugherty, D. Denison, T.
Row 7--B. O'Brien, C. Kirk, J.
Schwyn, Mr. Mosshart, V. Meeks,
R. Rogge, D. Alexander, A.
Moorhead. R. Beck.
Row I-C. Dantico.
Row 2-K. Sayre, H. McDonald.
Row 3-B. Hover, R. Loveridge,
Row 4-D. Armacost, B. Dickey,
S. Dysinger, R. Bookwalter.
Row 5-R. Rosencrans. H. Neu-
man, B. Simon, S. Sterling.
Row 6--N. Rabkin, J. Hoffman,
J. Wickham, D. Beardsley, B.
Carlin, T. Child.
SOPHOMORE HI -Y
Row I-G. Goudy, B. Mosshart,
H. Decker, M. Saul, C. Crook,
Row Z-C. Fellers, J. Dipert, C.
Higgins, C. Platt. R. George,
Row 3-R. Read, M. Roberts, J.
Reed. D. Stuntz, H. Hauer.
Row 4-E. Schrier, R. Heigle, G.
Steenson. J. Courtney, R. Eppley,
Row 5-Mr. Frack. R. Porter, J.
Schaefer, W. Clingerman. J.
The Hi-Y Clubs of Findlay Senior High have expanded greatly during' the past year and
have actively interested themselves in backing the various school projects. Many interesting dis-
cussions on how best "To create. maintain, and extend, throughout the school and community,
high standards of Christian character" have been held in the three divisions of the club.
The officers and sponsors for the three divisions during the past year were: Senior: Sidney
Hoover, president, Harold Bishop, vice-president: HoWard'Hoadley, secretary: Mr. Mosshart.
sponsor. Junior: Harold McDonald, president: Kermit Sayre. vice-president: Tom Child, secre-
tary: Mr. Robbins, and Mr. Constien, sponsors. Sophomore: David Stuntz, president: Millard
Saul, vice-president: Richard Reed, secretary, Mr. Frack, sponsor.
SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
Row I-V. De Woody, M. Dindal.
E. Baughman, V. Huber. H.
Williams, C. Crosser,
Row Z-W. Williams. C. Crooke.
V. Ayres, R. Poynton, J. Eoff.
E, L. Bates.
Row 3--T. Roberts, B. Bellinger.
N, Starliper, R, Kirk, R. Win-
ters, B. Behm.
Row 4-K. Palmer, J. Beltz, M,
Fellabaum, D. Bachmann, Miss
Row 5-D. I-Iouser, J. Adams.
JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
Row I-L, Medler, C. Saunders, J.
Moran, M. Spitler, J. Wall, M.
Solt, R. Winterrowd, M. Buf-
fington, R. Garlinger, I. Fore-
man, B. Fassett, M. Julien.
Row 2-M. Kemerley, C. Deshurko,
B. Gillespie, M. Miller. M.
Palmer, I. Johnston, M. Michaeis.
Row 3-M. Swarat, C. Patterson,
M. Bair, P. Rush. M. Routson,
J. Burk, A. Cunningham, D.
Beam, M. Shank, L. Dehnhoif,
Row 4-E. Maurer, A. Moore. R.
Shuck. L. Snyder, B. Beagle, J,
Row 5-K. Garlinger, M. Fry, M.
Wyatt, B. Catlin, N. Rabkin.
R. Rosencrans, C, Smith, Miss
SOP HOMORE DRAMATIC CLUB
Row I-M. Moore, T. Marshall. L.
Bloom, N. Harmes, E, Niswan-
der, B. Love, A. Felkner, J.
Crittenden, J. Crosser, U. G31-.
Row 2-B. Baughman, M. Bright,
E. Pittman, M. Murphey. B.
Beltz, H. Clapp, M. Thompson,
F. Hummell, G. Moore, B. Van
Gunten, E. Coombs.
Row 3-D. Tarbox. V. Altman, D.
Dunathan, A. Rogge, I.. Poole,
L. Bowman, L. Wolfe, R. Shuck,
C. Barton, E. Swihart.
Row 4-N. Stevens, U. Jacobs, J,
Lambdin, J. Morrison, M. Miller,
Row 5-T. Hardman, G. Stienson,
R. Hoffman, B. Williamson, A.
Hinton' D' Geofge. J. Schuck.
RO'-U 5413- Cllfwin. D. Yocum. J.
Johns, D. Warts.
The three dramatic clubs were organized to meet the needs and the demands of students
who desired the cultivation of poise, an improvement in speech, and an appreciation of dramatic
The Work was divided among the three clubs - - the Senior Club, sponsored by Miss
Shilling and specializing in the reading aloud of plays: the Junior Club, sponsored by Miss'
Finton, endeavoring to teach an appreciation of dramatics by directing and producing plays, and
the Sophomore Club, sponsored by Miss Moran, offering an excellent opportunity to Sophomores
to become better acquainted with the first essentials of dramatics. The club presidents were Tom
Roberts, Mary Julien, and Marlowe Moore.
From the great open spaces of the
West carne our new Coach of Football,
Mr. Harold Dierenfield, With a success-
ful record, both as player and coach.
Mr. Dierenfield -developed a Trojan
team Worthy of past traditions.
Under his guidance the team Was
characterized by its sportsmanship,
fighting qualities and courage. In addi-
tion to football, Mr. Dierenfield ably
assisted Mr. Bachrnan in Basketball.
With his friendly and pleasant nature
Mr. Dierenfield has made his place with
Mr. Bachman completed his second
year as Varsity Coach of Basketball
With a second in the Buckeye League,
victor of the District Tournament, and
runner up for the state. Such a record
betokens athletic ability, hard Work and
a friendly and understanding knowledge
of his players.
Basketball does not occupy all his
time for in the fall he is assistant coach
of football and in the spring has charge
of the golf tearn.
Harold Dierenfield Carl Bachman
In the glamour of an athletic victory
we sometimes forget that the time and
effort given by our managers has been
a most vital and important contribution
to that Victory. Their Work is not only
an important part of our athletic pro-
gram, but it is also very difficult and
requires a great deal of time.
The managers are the first persons to
arrive at a game or a practice, and are
likewise the last to leave. They have
complete charge of all equipment, and
must keep it in the best possible con-
Besides all of the time required for
this work they must not neglect theirg
studies for their names must appear on
the eligibility list the same as those of
The fact that in the past our mana-
gers have not received as much formal
recognition as the teams should make us
appreciate their fine service even more.
Row I4D. George. B. Hiegel, J.
Schwab, R. Rogers, R. Weakly,
D. Hartman, D. Green.
Row 2-R. Galleher, H. Cooper, A.
Krabill, R. Bookwalter. W. Muel-
ler, R. Rice, N. Stevens, C.
Taylor, W. Wineland, B.
arner, R. Paul, D. Baldwin, J.
ishon, R. Smith, E, Roether,
. Shively, B
tchey, R. Bell.
This year's football introduced night games to the Trojan followers. In
all, four games were played here under the lights and this novel experience
brought out many followers to see the Trojans break through their first games
in grand style, but a few injuries and a lessening of spirit broke their stride.
However, they played good, hard, clean football throughout, not stopping until
the last Whistle blew, and this characteristic attitude often made defeat easier
Mr. Dierenfield had six lettermen for a nucleus of the 1935 team and many
able, yet inexperienced recruits to fill in.
Another feature which will promote football is the starting of Junior High
games at Donnell and Glenwood and this will save the teaching of fundamentals
by the head coach and allow him to work on the fine points.
On the basis of scores the team didn't fare so well, but the principle of the
game is to foster a competitive spirit, good sportsmanship and physical fitness.
The first part of the season netted us three straight wins, then a loss, then
another victory. Bigger and better competition cost us three games and one tie.
The highlight of the season was the Columbus South game. With every-
one in their prime the boys romped to a 27 to O score, everything working like a
In the Fostoria game the Black and Red warriors stopped several advances
on their goal line to hold us to a 0 to 0 score. They made but one slash at the
goal but were stopped. This tie game is the only one in the annals of Findlay-
2-Mr, Dierenf ld C Wl
rs, J. Brandman, J. Van Fleet,
k, J. Porter, S. Dysinger,
Findlay 47 ---- Bluffton
Findlay 13 - - Bowling Green
Findlay 27 - Columbus South
Findlay 7 - - ------- Tillin
Findlay 7 - - - Marion
Findlay 0 ---- Fremont
Findlay l-1 - - Lima Central
Findlay O - - - Sandusky
Findlay 0 - - Fostoria
. R. Hendricks,
T. Child. E.
A basketball squad possessing the cooperation, speed, alertness and ability
displayed by this year's Trojans deserves much recognition. Their perform-
ances show how well they played, but the season's record and many highlights
throughout the season give us more proof of the way in which they played.
Under the direction and coaching of Carl Bachman, the squad earned many
distinctions of which the following are the most prominent: 18 victories out of
22 games played, victory over Sandusky, victory over Fostoria, second place
in the Buckeye League, runner-up in the State tournament at Columbus. Since
these things were accomplished by a squad that had only three seniors it is ex-
pected that next year's season will be even better and more successful than this
Not enough praise has been given to Carl Bachman for his interest, tireless
efforts and sacrifice to make and produce a winning team.
The 1935-36 season's record follows:
Findlay Coshocton 29 Findlay Sandusky 24
Findlay Glouster Zl Findlay Bowling Green 28
Findlay Tiffin 12 Findlay Kenton 26
Findlay Lima Central 14 Findlay Toledo Libbey 24
Findlay Fremont 26 Findlay Kenton 34
Findlay Sandusky 36 Findlay Bucyrus 25
Findlay Fostoria 26 Findlay Elyria 23
Findlay Tiffin 12 Findlay Canton McKinley 30
Findlay Lima South l9 Findlay Marietta 23
Findlay Fremont 34 Findlay Newark 32
Row I-H. Bishop, C.
Wickham. R. Rogge.
B. I-lcckman, D. Hartman.
Row Z-W. Mueller. R. Clark, R.
Baldwin, J. Schaefer, R.
J. Morrison, Mr. Bachman.
Row 3--D. Galleher, J. Van Fleet,
JOHN WICKHAM EARL ROETHER
-FULLBACK - TACKLE -HALFBACK - QUARTER
"Big Boy" John, two year man, "Bottle" was our best blocker in
back next year, was plenty hard the backfield, and always brought
to stop at full. them down on defense.
VJILLIAM HECKMAN--END JOHN DISHON-END ARTHUR SHIVELY--TACKLE
Bill caught plenty of passes this John neuer left anything get around For three years Art did his part on
year and we expect big things of his end and gave his best at all the line, both on defense and of-
him next year. times. fense.
RALPH HENDRICKS-END RICHARD BALDWIN-TACKLE
Another flanker who worked hard A boy who held down his position
in there to break up the enemies' well and who will be back next
it 'W 1'
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WENDAL WINELAND-GUARD WILLIAM RILEY-HALFBACK ROBERT VARNER--CENTER
"Pickle," a guard for two years, Bill, captain and signal caller, topped Bob, a two year' man at center,
ran interference and broke through his three year career with his spark- was also a great aid in backing up
the opposition consistently. ling ball carrying and tackling. the line.
DICK GALLEHER-HALFBACK EDWARD TAYLOR
Another fast backfield man who A big soph who 'always broke
worked hard at his half in our through the opposition to spill
speedy backfield combination. them for a loss.
BOB SMITH-HALFBACK RAYMOND PAUL-GUARD RUSSELL BELL-QUARTERBACK
Bob could always be depended upon "Deafy," dependable guard, also Our diminutive quarter' was an ac-
for a gain around end with his fast got us out of plenty of holes with curate passer, a great little runner.
running. his accurate punting. and consistently returned punts,
V - HAROLD
BILL HECKMAN CHARLES POLEN
Bill attended Findlay High for his
first time this year and really made
good. Height, cleverness, and calm-
ness were outstanding qualities and
he always used them in striving to-
Bob, playing his second year on
the varsity, showed an excellent
fighting spirit so necessary for a
winning team. YVe are looking
forward to seeing him in action
A tall clever center is always an
asset to a team and John answered
this purpose very well. Along wilh
these he displayed plenty of hard
work and fight.
Chad, displaying excellent floor
work, and basket shooting, was
one of the mainstays on the team.
"Mz'llard" was chosen as one of
the forwards on the all state team.
Harold, at all times cool and cau-
tious managed to keep the team in
a fighting spirit. "Pee Wee," an
excellent d rib ble r and basket
shooter, pulled the team out of
many a hole.
ROGGE ' CLARK
BOB ROGGE ROBERT CLARK
Bob was a regular who had plenty
of fight and spirit. His fine de-
fensive work and his offensive play-
ing often resulted in a win for
Dick, appearing for the first time
on the varsity squad, displaying
such ability that he secured a place
on the first team which he kept
the entire season. "Oliver" returns.
When speaking of hard-fighting
players, Dick always came to the
front. His teamwork and willing-
ness to cooperate were qualities that
marked him as a good player.
Bob was one of the boys depended
upon in the tight spots. He was
always ready and willing to give
his best. Bob will be back next
ln the reserve games, Ed took the
lead and was high-scorer in most
of the games. Being a sophomore
enables us to think he will be a
first-stringer in no time.
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Row I-B. Clingerman, L. Miller.
A. Lauhe, R. Wall, C, Platt,
K. Misamore, R. Leatherman. B.
Landing, R. Switzer, J. Todd.
Row 2-S. Saller, C. Fox, R. Smith,
D. Denison, R. Powell, R. Galle-
her. P. Rush, E. Ritchie, G,
Love, R. Hartman, J. Van Fleet.
Row 3-B. Wise, H. Mitchell. C.
Marshall, J. Del-laven, T. Miller.
J. Martin, J. Morrison. J. Wick-
ham, A. Woodward, J. Wallen.
A. Morehead, S. Hall, W. Wil-
liams, I. Bowman, R. Nesler, Mr.
Despite the handicaps of bad weather and
lack of equipment, a good number of boys
turned out for the track squad this year.
The squad was capably handled by Coach
L. C. Keller. He trained the boys for their
various events so that all received the maxi-
mum benefit and training but were not over-
worked. Much credit is due the boys for
their faithful practice after school every night
in order that our school might present a good
comparison with the track teams from other
Men who had experience in last year's
meets formed the nucleus of this year's track
team. Some of those returning were Dicki
Galleher, 220 yard and quarter-milerg Don
Fox, high and broad jumper and hurdler:
Howard Mitchell, javelin thrower and hurd-
ler: Philip Rush, dash mang Eugene Ritchey,
distance many and John Wickham in the
An unusual spirit of cooperation was pre-
sented by the squad in preparation for the
schedule which consisted of:-
Lima Central Cherel ------ April 25
Tiffin Columbian ftherej ---- May 2
Buckeye League Meet Cherej - - May 9
District Meet CToledoD - - - May 15-16
Invitational Meet Chereb ----- May 23
Findlay High's athletic contests would cer-
tainly be incomplete Without our cheer lead-
ers. Our games would not be so lively and
interesting if the cheer leaders were not con-
stantly on the job. Besides making the game
more interesting for the spectators We must
remember that the support which is demon-
strated on the sidelines, and which is created
largely through the efforts of the cheer leaders,
is frequently a vital factor in bringing about
a much needed score.
The cheer leaders are on hand at every
game lending their support to the team when
it is most needed. This in itself is no easy
task, but it is far more difficult to face a huge
crowd of somewhat reluctant persons, and to
lead them in the cheer that has a tendency to
urge the team on to victory.
Moist of us Would be unable to do the
work of the cheer leaders in the capable man-
ner that has been typical of the Work which
they have done this year under the able super-
vision of Miss March.
Let us not only recognize and appreciate
the fine Work that our cheer leaders are doing,
but in the future let us also give them more
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Row I-E. Schricr, E, Ohl, D.
Row 2411 Egbert, D. Tyner, B.
INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET
Row I-B. Powell, R. Galleher, C.
Platt, K. Misamore, E. Ritchey.
GOLD MEDAL CHAMPS
Row I-R. Carlin, A. Woodward, N.
Row Z-J. Brandman, J. Martin, D.
Jacobs, D. Dorsey,
212 BASEBALL CHAMPS
Row I-G. Clapper, D. Gallant, C
Brown, L. Alge, R. Dietsch, A
ROLUZ-L. Baird, D. Flowers, C
Beardsley, F. Flowers, H. Bishop.
Row I--D. Green, B. Gillespie, K
Row 2-S. Dysinger, E. Hoffman, D
Fox, R. Hartman.
Row I--S. Saller, D. Fox, R. Switzer,
RouJ2-F. Abell, J. Browne, L
Row 3-H. Decker.
Intramural sports this year included indoor and outdoor baseball basketball track
Home room 212 took the indoor baseball and home rooms 205 and 202 the basketball
"A" and "B" leagues, respectively.
This was the most successful competition from the standpoint of interest and number
playing as there had been for several years.
A tennis tournament climaxed the 1935-36 sports year.
GIRLS' KICK DODGE BALL
Row I-M. Glasco, M, Nichols, T.
Laub, V. Frye, H. Holmes.
Row Z--M. Dindal, D. Merten, M.
Downing, J. Krauss, G. Howard.
R. Mischke fabsentj.
Row I-H. Miller, D. Merten, 'M.
Nichols, R. Mischke.
Row 2-M. Cmlasco, T. Laub, M,
Downing, J, Krauss.
Row I-E. Bates, O. Campbell, M.
Row 2-J. Krauss, A. Rogge, M.
Beck, R. Mischke fabsentj, M.
GIRLS' SVVIMMING TEAM
Row I-J. Burk, A. Rogge, L. Poole,
C. Bond, H. Holmes, C. Crowl,
M. Van Voorhis, R. Friend.
Row Z-B. Haas, M. Wiseley, A.
Cunningham, S. Boeracker, M.
Downing, O, Campbell, C. Crook,
J. Krauss, M. Dindal, R. Mischke
Row I-J. Baldwin, M. Bensinger, E.
Camp, J. Crittenden, E. Baxter,
Row 2+V. Arnold, R. Breidigan, J.
Barnhart, D, Bright, A. DePauw
The high school has afforded an opportunity for all girls to take part in the various sports
in which they are interested. Under the capable direction of Miss Esther March intra-mural
sports have been developed to a high degree. The popular sports during the past year were kick-
dodge ball, basketball, volley ball, deck tennis, and baseball. Tournaments were carried on be-
tween home rooms and individually selected teams.
XV. Tabb, B. Mosshart.
Row Z-Mr. Bachman, C. Polen, C.
Van Brunt, R. Wetherald. M.
Clapper, D. Blosser. J.
Carlin, R. Hocker, R.
ams, W. Agner.
Hochstetrler, H. Neu-
Baughman, J. Hoffman.
The tennis squad attracted a large number of candidates this year, Little is heard of this
sport and yet in the past two years, it has established a record of two undefeated seasons.
New material added greatly to the strength of the team which had only a few varsity mem-
bers out. The schedule provided stiff opposition including, Bowling Green, Bluffton, Lima Cen-
tral, and the Toledo tournament,
With the coming of spring, golf clubs swing and Findlay High ushers in a new schedule
for the divot diggers.
Mr. Bachman who coached the boys this year had plenty of material for a good team. He
needed a par breaking bunch to compete in the six match schedule with Bowling Green, Waite,
and Lima Central and to come through in the District Meet also.
GOLF TEAM '
Moss, R. Hartman, J.
B. Gillespie, I.. Baird.
12-Sophomores still wandering around. Has anyone seen Saul?
19-Down to routine of study. UD
21-First game - - Bluffton 47-O. Riley runs Wild.
Z4-Hi-Y and Girl Reserves convene.
25-Lecture - - Mr. Scherer - - The Glamorous Orient.
-Student Council organizes - - Wallen, president.
27-B. G. 13-0. "Killer" makes a tackle.
Columbus South 27-0. Doings at the Southern.
-First Chapel - - Kinley and Matteson.
-Clubs. clubs. and more clubs.
-Chas. E. Barker - - the model student - - Oh, yeah. Tiffin Col. 7-13 - - ouch!
-Marion 7-0. That's better.
-Harpist - - quick change artist - - zing Zing - -
-Chapel - - Constein's prodigees.
1-Fremont --we lost - - Ted's in the dark again.
-Johnson brothers lecture - - snakes - in - the - grass.
7-Lima Central 18-20 and in the mud, too.
13-Chapel 206, 207. Wllere are our radio experts?
-Girl's Mixer - - hobocs.
-Sandusky O-41 - - 'nuff said.
-Finklestine - - 'iTake a number from one to ten."
-Some prefer private bonfires.
-Chapel 204, 205 - - Dickey solos. Bonfire.
-Thanksgiving - - Fostoria 0-0 - - Footballers break over, fin more Ways than onel
at Sigma Delta Dance.
5-Foreign politics - - Dorothy Fuldheim - - first performance of "The Bat."
6-"The Bat" - - guess they got him for good this time.
10-Acquaintance Nite - - "1'd die if I had to climb these steps every day" - - but we love
it. Some of the boys play nursemaid.
11-C. Warner Williams - - Nichols in clay.
13-Basketball opens at Coshocton 36-29.
14-Glouster goes down before the Trojan avalanche, 24-21. G. A. A. scores at B. G.
18-Senior Class Chapel - - W'allen orator.
-Tiffin 38-12. Senior rings sprout in unexpected places.
27-Lima Central 32-14 - - Boys develop some speed Working out in cold gym.
-Levy passes - - some of the boys wander back home.
23-Back to school - - oddities - - Roberts with Mertz - - Arnold and Harris.
24-Tiffin swamped 21-12 - - maybe this game "Mono-poly" has some influence.
27-Debaters open up.
-Mr. Kinley - - "Figuratively speaking."
31-Lima South 20-19 - - oh my heart!
7-Fremont 32-34 - - tough.
8-End of semester - - 3 down and 3 to go.
10-Constein, the new Dean.
12-Plantation Singers - - Hondy, hondy, hondy.
Feb. 14--Sandusky 32-24 - - revenge is sweet. And by the way sweets and flowers are in ordex.
Feb. 16-Nieble, Love, Powell - - bedroom slippers.
Feb. 17-Debate with Clyde - - anyone here got a cold?
Feb. 19-"Midsummer Night's Dream."
Feb. 20-Foxwell - - magic - - Sayre loses his shirt.
Feb. 21-Safety lecture - - Krauss is jealous, she wants a dollhouse too.
Feb. 22-B. G. 19-28 - - too much said.
Feb. 26-Chapel - - Sophomore Hi-Y - - Saul. orator.
Feb. 28-Girl Reserve dinner.
March 4-Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. shows film to Manual Training Class.
March 5-Crash! Bang! Tumble! - - Jiu-Jitsu.
March 10-Debaters lose out to Troy in quarter-finals of State League.
March 13-Boys come thru first round at Bucyrus.
March 14-Northwestern District Champs - - cups n' everything.
March 18-Chapel - - Junior Class.
March 19-Elyria put out by the skin of their teeth at Columbus.
March 20-Heading for the cup - - Canton McKinley.
March 21-Runners-up in the State. Chad sick and the rest of the gang tired.
March 23-"The man with the candid camera."
March 25--"Finer Shades of Honor." - - Weepy Huber.
March 26-"Princess Ida" - - What a marvelous ending Cat least Marilyn liked it.D
March 27-Ditto - - only better. Chad carries out threat to quit Thompson.
March 28-Sr. Scholarship Test - - poets, history - - headache.
April 1-A new swimming pool? Oh, you nassy man, Arnold.
April 2-Roman banquet by Latin dept, - - Roast pork!
April 3--Findlay's breathe and blow team walks through the Heidelberg Debate Tournament?
April 5-Hi-Y breakfast - - more pancakes Hart?
April 8-College Day - - Student Council Round Table - - Mr. Kinley blushes!
April 15-Chapel - - band concert - - Wethy gets hot on the flute.
April 17--Soloists at Ada. Band at Upper.
April 24-Fire! Hot for A. Z. Dance.
April 25-Track team loses to Lima Central - - Did someone say something about a dance
April 29-Sophomore Class Chapel.
May 1-Music festival at Tiffin - - Cramming, for Scholarship tests. Oh yeah!
May 2-Bowling Green District Scholarship Test.
May 6-Chapel 4 - - "Dust of the Road."
May 9-Commercial test at B. G.
May 14-Lecture by Nelson Covey.
May 15-Major Frack's amateurs - - Bong!
May 22-Oh, you spellers.
May 28-Recognition Day - - they forgot me.
May 29-Sr. Play - - "Ladies of the Jury."
June 5-Prom - - "Let's Face the Music and Dance."
June 7-Baccalaureate Service. '
June ll-Commencement - - Arnold really got one - - so there Huber.
E L K S' G R I L L
Call BETTY HIRZEL for Suggestions and Arrangements
A FRESHIES PRAYER
"I want to be a Senior, and with the Seniors
With a fountain pen behind my ear and a
notebook in my hand.
I wouldn't be a president, I wouldn't be a
I wouldn't be an emperor for all that wealth
I wouldn't be an angel, for angels have to
I would rgggliingena Senior, and never do
LAST OF THE O'BRIENS
Bill didn't listen, look or, stop.
They towed his flivver to the shop.
It didn't take a week or two
To make the car look good as new.
But though they yet are hunting, still
They found no extra parts for Bill.
Two boys were discussing the draught in
'AThe oats is the shortest this year that it
has ever been," says one.
"Yes sir, I'm afraid we'l1 have to lather
ours before we mow it," said the other.
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MILK - - CREAM - - BUTTER - - ICE CREAM
THE FINDLAY PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Bepuhlinan : fiuurisr
Ear Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Every Day
Your Healtlfs Sake
Ushoupek Shoes Fi", Lawrence V. Hosler
SHQUPES Insurance and Bonds
VValkover Boot Shop
334 S. MAIN ST. MAIN 505 J Oh Bank Bldg. Phone Maxn
AT YOUR GROCER
The A. E. Dorsey Co.
ROSS 81 SNYDER
A Manufacturers Of
Neon Signs i
Painted Displays HOTEL
211 North Main Phone Main 8
HE NATIO AL
LIME SL STO E CQ.
Crushed Stone for ALL Purposes
'Twas midnight in the parlor,
'Twas darkness everywhere,
The stillness was unbroken,
For there was no one there.
How I wish that some debater,
Versed in all forsonic laws,
Would some happy day create a
Safe rebuttal for L'Because."
The two dead Negro convicts the guards
dragged from the death trap were pronounced
by physicians in such condition that neither
could live. Rochester CN. YJ paper.
Life Insurance Company
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
ROBERT K. DAVIS, Dist. Agt.
RICHARD K. DAVIS, Special Agt.
212-ZI4 Ewing Bldg. Phone 558
There once was a bridegroom named Fred
Who looked at his supper and said,
"It's not so bad looking,
My darling wife's cooking,
But I'd rather be hungry than dead."
Kangaroo: "My baby is the pride of my
Ostrich: A'Well, pocket your pride, and
let's go shopping."
'AYou must remember that money isn't
everything I "
"What's the other one per cent?"
Brandman Iron 81
COAL, AUTO PARTS,
SECOND HAND PIPE
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PHONES 512 and 515-XV
Office 400 W. Front Yards 300 N. Cory
Order IT by the I Direct from the
Case from Yfour Coca-Com BDTTLING
PHONE MAIN 669
A lady who had employed a Chinaman
cook asked him his name.
"Me name San Toy Lee," he said.
"Ah, your name is too long." the lady
replied, "I'll call you John."
"All light," responded John. "WhaL's
X K X "Mrs, Charlotte Anna Hemingway," she
"Your name is too long." remarked John
"I'll call you Chollyf'
618 South Main Street -O-1
C. L. M., 52, told the police two men had
assaulted and eaten him. Hartford CConn.Q
John Pressnell fexplaining the difference
between Steele's time and modern timesj:
A'The custom of courtship."
Mr. Todd: HEXp1a1n." C0mPl"mm'S
John: "In Steele's time the men asked
for the women's hand, and now they just '
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Miss Kiefer: "Jack, name an organ of the
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Miss Kiefer: "What kind of an organ 5
would the teeth bc?"
J. Brandman: "A grind organ."
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FINDLAY ICE 81 FUEL CUMPANY
David Kirk Sons 85 Oo.
WILSON 8: COMPANY
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Kirk's Quality Inn Pancake Flour
"A Feast in a Flash"
USE THE DEPENDABLE
NEW PROCESS or SNOW BALL FLOUR
THE KIRK MILLING COMPANY
"We Apprecuate Your Patronage
The Qhio Gil Company
gasoline motor oil
We sincerely appreciate the
splendid Way the class of
"3'3,' Chose us to do their
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Dresses, Suits, Hats,
EXCLUSIVE STYLES AT
518 South Main Street
K E S S E L ' S
We Carry the Most Complete Line of
Ladies' and Misses'
Coats - Dresses - Millinery
U Iii This City at Popular Prices
Compliments and Best Wishes
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CLASS OF 1936 BEAUTY SALUN
TRQUT 85 J 28-29 American National Bank Buiiding
CO,MPANY Phone Main 519
"Good Furniture Since 1885" FINDLAY, OHIO
If you have failed to try our
HOME-MADE CANDY and ICE CREAM
YOU HAVE MISSED THE BEST YOUR MONEY WILL BUY!
"Our Quality Is Always Higher Than Our Price"
A CHERRY'S FOLKS
C. W. PATTERSUN 81 SON
Dry Goods and Ready-To-Wear
C. W. PATTERSON
F. H. S. 1873
A. D. PATTERSON
F. H. S. 1907
4 Doors South of Harris Theatre
"Flowers of Distinction for Every Occasion"
Telephone Operator: "Is this l749?"
Colored Maid: "Yassum."
Telephone Operator: "Is this Mrs. Blotts
residence?" Compliments Of
Colored Maid: "Yassum."
Telephone Operator: "Long distance from
Tyfldirdgignlillaidz "Heh! Heh! Yassum, sho'
'iWas your brogla-fliaome from college Drug Store
over the week-end?
"I guess he musta been, my bank don't
rattle any more!" .
A woman caught her little boy hitting a
Compliments Of neighbor boy. She took his home and asked
him why he hit the other boy. His expla-
nation was, 'iWell, he was going to hit me,
The so 1 hit him back first."
Lloyd Baird: 'iYes, I know that new sub-
, 1 stitute teacher. I taught her how to play
L. Moss: "Then's when the shovel broke."
JCE N' SCHAEFER Miss Mills: "What's all the noise over
cowncrl E. Hoffman: "I just dropped a perpen
Compliments and Best Wishes
When You Crave Good Coffee,
. . . use of
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COFFEE jd A . W
Roasted Fresh DAILY in Findlay 6m 6074! 3
AEEgvCC?ElIiR 400 South Main Street
OFFICE SUPPLIES SOCIAL STATIONERY
GREETING CARDS BLANK BOOKS
Findlay Printing SL Supply Co.
Complete Printing Service
406 South Main -E Findlay, Ohio
STEEL OFFICE FURNITURE PHONE MAIN 188
DR' ANNA W. G. COLDREN
DRUGS Funeral Home
"i Phone 600
Corner Main and Front Streets
"W'e Aim To Please"
116 West Front Street
Mr. Lawrence feating with the guestslz
"Brave old bird, the turkey." '
Mr. Constein Cwrestling with legb : "Yep,
and this one died with his boots on." '
Casey W.: fTrying to sell his Watchb:
iiWho'll give me S5 for it?"
Dana O.: "It's no good, it won't run."
Casey: "I know it. That's why I'm not
asking full value for it."
Mr. Todd: "Who was Homer?"
DeWoody: "He was the one that made
Babe Ruth famous."
Floridian Cpicking up a grapefruit in a
California fruit storej: "Is this the largest
lemon you can raise in this state?"
Californian: "Please donit pinch the
grapes, if you don't mind."
"Thcre is so much that is bad in the btst
And so much that is good in the worst of us,
That it doesn't behoove any of us
To talk about the rest of us."
Mr. Lee gazing at his first Whale, said to
his companion, "George, whoever caught this
is a liar."
I H. J. HAIQIQINGTDN
jbr Economical Transportation
"Complete Low-Priced Cari'
215 West Main Cross
Phone Main 117
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THE CITY MARKETS
"WHERE PRICE TELLS AND QUALITY SELLS"
Complete- Food Markets at
501 S. Main Street
Mr. Todd fto Tom Robertsja "Give me
a sentence with the word flippancy in it."
fl Timm: "Let's flippancy whether I pass or
Mr. Constein fdiscussing experiment 371:
"All I .want to know is where you're at."
John W.: "Right here."
"How long have you been working for
"Ever since the boss threatened to fire me."
Don't become discouraged. Remember the
mighty oak: it was once a nut, too.
Miss Mills fdiscussing linear measure-
mentslz "John, how many inches in two
John Wickham flocking at his feetJ-
Bookagent: "Young man, you need this
book. It will do half your high school work .
Dick Galleher: "Fine! Give me two."
Mr. Todd: "Which is right. five cents
a copy or five cents the copy?"
Carl Hammond: "Five cents per copy."
Niles Building 103 E. Sandusky Sl.
4 Phone Main 171
Established 189 7
The TARBOX-MCCALL STONE CO.
Crushed Stone and Stone Sand
Prompt Delivery - - - Courteous Service
852 WESTERN AVENUE
Confectionery and Bakery
Home Made Ice Cream
"Quality" Baked Goods
330 West Main Cross
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Quality Food and
White Pine - - Anchor - - Pocahontas
Great Heart - - Piney Fork
AR OLD Sv. MCMANNESS
PHONE 4 7 7
CEMENT SAND LIME PLASTER
SEWER PIPE BRICK
W. C. KWIS
iWorthwhi1e Gifts for ALL
. . . Select Them I-Iere
Baguette Watches ..... from 313.75 up
Diamond Rings ...... from 8.75 up
Smart Novelties . . . . from 1.00 up
E. M. VVarfcl 81 Son
The l-Tancock Brick SL Tile Co
SEE OUR NEW
Also We Do Expert Watch and Clock Repairing
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Ill S. MAIN ST ,
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BEING BIG ABOUT IT
The undersized husband was trying on the
overcoat his wife had bought him for
"You know, dear," he said, gazing at
himself in the mirror, "this is a nice present
and all that, and don't think that I'm un-
grateful. But really, isn't it much too large
"I know, my dear," she returned. "But
We can't help that. You must remember that
it's got to cover the radiator of the car in
cold weather. We have to consider that first,
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"Best wishes to you,
N A T H A N ' S
322 South Main Street
The Model Foundry SL Machine
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Findlay Paint SL Glass Co.
517 South Main Street Phone 71
Motor and Generator Rewinding
and Repairing 7 ,
All Work Guaranteed IX A N E L S
Findlay Armature Co. for
417 West Main Cross Street
FINDLAY, QHIQ GRIFFON CLOTHES
R. R. Sheely Phone, Main 76-J
The Season's Leading Line . . .
. Complimenls Of
and Maytag v -
Electric Com an
Homer Powell, Inc. P Y
HARRIS THEATRE BLDG.
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Rxbsfrft. M5532 B555 Slzreczye
A. G. 81 R. E. Fuller
407 Ewing Building
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521 South Main Street
The "Woman's Priendl' 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 it is.
"QUALITY AND SERVICF UNSURPASSEDH
THE BLUFFTON MANUFACTURING CO.
433 W. Main Cross Main 671
TURNER-CROSBY Beauty Shoppe
Shoe Company ff ff ff
X 1 ESTHER NUSBAUM, Prop.
For GOOD SHOES , ,, ,.
'K 'lf 'F Telephone 100-J
"We Fit Your Feet First" 316 N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
"A Modem Wall Paper and Paint Store"
2l6 South Main
Complete Line of
Pittsburgh Paint Products
Birge United Wall Papers
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
501 North Main Street
When Buying LUMBER . . . The
' ' Remember This Adm tise mem McCullough Motor Sales
LET'S ASK Company
The Parker Lumber Dodge , plymouth
Company Dodge Trucks
216 W. Crawford St. Phone Main 42
Sales - Parts - Service
H1726 Clothes Men Like"
WAALANDS JUY YATE5
GREENHGUSE General Insurance
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Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, liliableogrimpillifss
Corsages of All Kinds
138-42 Larkins Street Phone 369 4Og1i?jgoI1i!tlTiF B233-lidg'
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FINE STElAKS EXCHANGE
Our SpeC13,lty All Makes Sold, Rented, Repaired
Across from Court House Fnilgldcigi 132510
Ro al Theatre
Western Electric Wide-Range Sound
"The World's Finest"
U! B R
HOME OWNED AND GPERATED
Air Dump Cars
' 20 to 50 yards capacity
For Railroads, Mines,
' A ' and Large Quarries
For Iron Mines, Quarries,
and Rock Disposal
I ii DIFFERENTIAL
I qyii I Larry Cars
5 to 20 yards capacity
Dumps 3 Ways
For Waste Disposal
and Stock Piling
Designed and Manufactured By
The Differential Steel Car Co.
BEAUTY SHOP SERVICE
Skillful - - Distz'nctiUe
208 First National Bank Build' g
"Th ' ' '
ere Can Be No Suostltutzon . . .
. . . For the Gift of a Fine Watc
CASH OR CREDIT
503 South Main
H CENTRAL OHIO LIGHT 8 POWER COMPXRY I
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Phone l I3-W
319-3 21 North Main Street
The SNACK SHACK
SANDWICHES - COFFEE
Mrs. Cloyce D. Duffield
IO9 North Main Street
Auto Supply and Service J eweler
SJCOTQ WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY.
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Telephone 97 130 No. Main St. Repair!-ng Our Spec!-any
FINDLAY OHIO 116 W. Crawford sf. Findlay, ohio
J- 9- SPENCER C. W. THQMAS, M. D.
101 Our thorough training and long
, , , experience in fitting glasses will
Spencer Service Satlsflesy insure you everything that can
'-'O' be had in eye relief.
228 First National Bank Bldg. 235 South Mm Findlay" Ohm'
Dry Cleaners for
,F X H-E-A-L-T-H
Phone 119 T Q
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118 East Front Street
127 East Main Cross FINDLAY. CHIC
OHIO PIPE CO.
Plumbing, Heating, Mill
and Oil and Gas Well
"SELF-LHTTING,' coMP1.1MENTs AND BEST w1sHEs
PIANO TRUCK To THE
COMETANY CLASS OF 1936
. " I I Sl-IAFFERS
Refrigerggrg, Carton BIG BARREL
Special Purpose Trucks Hwhefe Fflends Meet!!
G,R0x7E NIARKFT Congratulations to the Class
and LESTER THOMAS
GROCERIES HF. H. S. - 1918"
, u Diamonds - Watches
ZOO L1n1a Avenue Mam 560 Jevvelry
46 YEARS OF
Dependable Insurance of ALL Kinds
EOFF INSURANCE AGENCY
PHONE l l 6
COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES
The ew Boston S tore
NAT. M. MARCUS, Gen. Mgr.
Standard Coal Co.
PHoNE MAIN "1"
Compliments Goodsell Bros., lne.
O , . offer you
Dealers and Distributors' Rogers Quality reaims, Varnishes,
of Enamels, etc.
ROSS Gasoline Qualzty W'aIl Paper al Przces
Headquarters for Lin-X, Furn-X
Enarco Motor Oil -0-
Phone, Main 809
106 So. Main Street Free Delivery
"We sell drugs that don't come back, to customers who do."
Trusses, Surgical Belts, Reducing Girdles, Prescriptions
compounded with accuracy by able chemists.
Foot and Truss expert in attendance daily - -
Everything in drugs and sundries.
Phone 359-J Your patronage is appreciated.
MGR.-C. H. GASSMAN
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