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Burkhart, L. C. Keller. Not Present: Betty Van Meter, C. C. Bachman, F. A. Shalt and A L Matttvctvw. J .Uk ,L if MRS. LOUISE SCHELL MILDRED FARNER, Princnpafs Office Supermtendcrttk, Offucc I! - W NX" 1 s F' za , Q 4 O 1 ' - 1 yo- K 1 fi High. ' . I K." 1 1 .n 'uxlig X H' ' I U, f . fr' . fgg L .XG v' y H 'Emir l8l06Ll"fl0fL8lflff5 '.t' K . S! Lf!! 4 .ff ,V- - -I fi' 1 Q ' - ii1'13S -'af if Ag. KS! C N4 S rgcufziza 1501115 1, rf-I. fm ,. V . 4.1. - - 1 1 'xg I -vii F' 'WOR ,N v "" ..4i1",.!' W V , Q I .3 4 4 .,-?. 11.5, . 3? .Q l 'fx G 3 4:1 'wx STUDENT CUUNCIL G. R. CONSTIEN--SPONSOR First Row: P Mlrclwcll, C Wemomlv, S. Prcmdybcrrv E. Brower, J CQ:r1, J. Benmgmn, R Smith D. Bucklov, B Wortmun, J. Roos, D. Kwwmmzlcy. Second Row: J Dumlwom, T Lowrencr, N Sturmflolrl, B Lowrv, J Hurrmgtnm, J. Hoelsclwer, A Emrckcn, B. Denlwort, B PCJlr1H'r,C Donhurt J. Tlwmax, D Rvbcrfx, M, Hcrge, N. Hcrge, Nl. Molmclwesfcr, B. Droas, J, Wllllovwww Third Row: D. Fulmr, C1 Clymer, J, Perkins, G. Seifrlerl, L. Wllch, D Broughton, J. Ynxsmvcr, J, Stlvwwwl L. Nuswomlcr, J. Rcwmlds, B, Howorll, H. Lcnrz. D. Ault D. Smrtlw, G. Patterson, B. Von Den- lwrq Fourth Row:J Swnck, J. Puwcll, J.Mor1lwC1ll, B. Spitzer, E. Worst, D, Fusl1er,J Ewcrs, H Murc'ux, D Fcllobollm D. Lauer, P, Howard, G, Roberts, E Lvusc, K. Holcv, D Beamer, D Smk , F, a '5 7 Y A 4 . - , 4 -1, - 'K ' 1 Sm , If gg. R. A f .. M is Q3 Q, A , ? ' f i A .fe 5-9 .,. ,Q 5 is .f , Q! .,, CORRIDOR HOSTS sPoNsoR-F. BRANDENBERGER First Row: M. Lotta, N. Coldren, M. Fetters, C, Preston, B. Scott, N. McCall, V, Snyder, S. Caldwell, R. Wyatt, B. Williamson. Second Row: M. Tinder, M ,E Hunter, S. Brandyberry, M. Orton, E. M. Hall B. Zehcnder, N. Sapienza, D. Barn- hart, M. Sheller, M. L. Bowers, B. Riker. Third Row: J. Cooper, B. Waggoner, M, Orthey, R. Witten- myer, J. McNutt, J. Hooper, l.. Rice, E. Nietzke, O. Wittebort, D. Needles. Fourth Row: R, Karcher, R. Albright, F. Varlas, J. Burrell, D. Carpenter, J. Yoxsimer, R. Med- lock, D, Broughton. I FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA sPoNsoR-R. s. PHILLIPS First Row: M. Falk, G. Crane, J. Bradley, D, Rees, J. Gardner, J. Frowine, J. Ritter. Second Row: R. Jordahl, M. Orthey, D. J. Grener, R. Sites, P. Stowell, C. VanWormer, S. Caldwell, J. Bowman, P. Gillett. Third Row: A. Noble, J. Hamilton, R. Mc-dlock, C. Magoon, J. Kettle- well, B. Howard, P. Eakin, E. Strait SENIOR ADVISORS sPoNsoR-HELEN JOHNSTON First Row: B. Fisher, D. Ellinwood E. Crittenden, V. Bauman, M Fuller, B. Denhart, M. Bartch, J Ritchey, M. Donaldson, M. A Zeller. Second Row: P. Shafer, D Roberts, M. E. Hunter, B. Burk, R. Beckwith, K. Shelden, B. Alex- ander, M. Reimund. Third Row: M. Naun1ann,J,Shank, R. Wiggins, R. Brucklacher, H, Stratton, D. Ka- wnatzky, G. King, M. Wiseley, J. Hoelscher. Fourth Row: J. A. Benington, S. Montgomery, P. Huffman, A. Murphy, J. Henry, J. MacGregor, C. M. Mills. f GIRL RESERVES SPONSORS-BERNICE KIEFFER ESTHER MARCH SENIOR First Row: C Prcstan, N. Sapnenza, J RttcIwey,J Shanlf., M A. Zeller, R Klna, B. Dcnhart, M Barteh, J. Wlwttc, V Snyder, A, Murphy. Second Row: H Taylnr, J Marrusan, J Jumper, S. Montgomery, P, Buckley, M. L Day, R. J. Wolfe, E Cruttcntlen, M, Eclxe, M A, Mas! srlln,M Rc1nuunrl,M Fuller. Third Row: C Shaclley, G Ouatl, A. R. Wartl, J Knight, B. Alexanfler, P. Huttrnan, E Ntetzlm, J. Henry, G. Ktnq, M. Wtselcy. Fourth Row: W, Slwrlaranlf., J Crane, H. Stratton, S Harpxt, P Shafer, D, Raberts, J. l"lllClHCl1CI, B. Blaclffartl. Fifth Row: J Btintnqltln, M. l:rlrlLlCll, M. HQFQC, C M Mulls, B. Wagaarwcr, L. A. Dayus, V Bauman JUNIOR First Row: S Branrlylncrry, J. Vent, M Mnsanware, M. Dressel, M. Bauer, R, Wlllflifll, M Mcliclvey, C Snavtlm, A, Entrnleen, E, M. Hall. Second Row: M E Buehm, D. J. Grtrner, B Reuek, N. Caltlren, R. Murphy, B, Bauman, C. White, K. Stnmnwcl, D Bryan, B Morgan, N. McCall Third Row: W, Overy, L. Slaaer, J Ryder, P. Baaart, P. Rvkvr, J Welyh, B Palmer, M. Manrhustor, M A. Mnschlee Fourth Row: P Mason, A Nnblc, R. Jnrtlahl, Nl. Orthey, J, Harrington, N Nelwn, M. Muller, J. Mygrant, C A Wcunantly. SOPHOMORE First Row: P, Whaley, P Theabalcl, J Ehrlclc, B. Walters, C. Walter, L Pawvll, M. J, Wheeler, F Rans- lmttnn1,N Hayes, J. Rutter, Second Row: P Fnut, J. Thnnwas, S. Recl- patlw, C Warner, D Jacalus, P. Stnwcll, J VVlllf.IUS, J Rees, Ktclwne, P, Mallanee. Third Row: A VVarrcn, J Snmth, J. Aclanu, A. Shawntan, S. Steyvnxan, D Brawn- eller, M. Baker, P. Gorman, D. Snuth, J Stark, B Abell, R. La- tham, D Wtwlftr, V Wc'lsh, M, K. Yates, R Wyatt, B, Wllllamscuvw Fourth Row: J, Slack, P Cnllett, C. Fax, J Frnwtnc, J Gardner, J. Rtrlcls, D Buckley, C Denhart, F. Paltz, J Mrvrrusan, S Taylar, A. Murray, L Bayer, J Elnwre, C. Mevtnn Fifth Row: B Retssug, E. Hnsatrns, M. Hare, G Crane, N. Anvnans, J VVClIllTNCII1, J. Rader, B Vxlnrtman, M L. Steeqrnan, V Ftxhcr, T Dunwaml. Sixth Row: V Vanfv, P Falun, M ML1rphy, C. Wlwute, N Herge, N Henry, W, Pvtarwn, M Rallcr, C Rayle, M. Fwher, J Bowman. I6 HI-Y SPONSOR-R. L. MOSSHART SENIOR First Row: R Srnutlm, J Alxun, AA NlCDonald,J Stxlnrncl R Aulaanw D Four, M FL-nlwura Sccond Row D La Rows, ll lQCI'N'uIL1, J. fVlOllII1 J. Clymt,-r, li 'VlCKlnlcy,J Nlor slwoll, C Morlord Third Row: J pUllxlI1S, J Lkllll, YV Frost, J VVISITUT, R. l3I'wlIlJl7 R Crowlrs Fourth Row: N kilvotulonn, D Knrlf. D. Fnslwr G. Soul SPONSOR--D. D. LAWRENCE JUNIOR First Row: B Lnslwawa, J. Powell, D Broughton R Nvlxon, G. Sclfrnecl J, Yoxsnnwr, D. Lavpvntcr, D Trcccc, D Mcljntlc. Second Row: R. SIVUITTOIWS, J. Kettlcwcll, J Wcavor, F. Varlas, D. Sink, B. Spit! zer, D. Runs, J. Burrell, R Swnalwr L, Plwnllnps Third Row: J. Oppcrl man, V. Burns, M, Wuttcnmcycr, J Hlx, D Loy, G Wuincr, D Raancy, W Wuscloy, J. Cook, L Wlltlw. SPONSOR-REV. R. K. BEALS SOPHOMORE First Row: K. Nllsurnorc, D Fcllaf lvaum, J. VVlll'anws, J. Laubc, E. Love, J. Wlwcrlc, B Simmons, R. Sites, J, Young. Second Row: J. Grlnrlell, B. puter, R. Wilson, J. Reynolds, R. Albright, D. Wisner, D. Smnth, G. Pattcmon, D Stacy, R. Pcrluny Third Row: R. Gallant, R. Rinehart, T. Milm, E. Kung, A Llbbe, B. Webb, J Taylor, L Nus- wandcr. Fourth Row: D. Faber, T, Copeland, J. Alexander, E. Green, B. Stewart, J. Bradlay, P. Howard, D. Meyers, J, Mules, B. Pampcl, J. Myers. Fifth Row: H. Quail, W Haclsclwcr, J. Paxton, L. Waaland, L Wnttcbort, D l-lnllcry, J. Arnold, D. Fitzpatrick, G. Clymer 17 I PROJECTION CLUB SPONSOR-P. s. HOCHSTETTLER First Row: P. Feller, E. Riker, P. Hover, R. Porter, D. Felloboum, J. Young. Second Row: D. Rinehart, L. Tesnow, B. Simmons, B. Albright, M, Fenberg, B. Pompel, T. Ken- nedy, J. Brodfute, D. Fisher, Third Row: P. Ossmon, L. Niswoncler, G Soul, D. Lee, H. Morcus, W, Hool- scher, R. Swisher. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS SPONSOR-MARION LORD First Row: V. Riggle, S. Stevenson, D. Browneller, M. Orthey, R. Jor- clohl, R. NNilson. Second Row: D. J Grener, M. J. Sowords, C. Preston, D, Smith, B. Bennett, M. Dressel, E. Vonclron. Third Row: J, Wilkins, V. Redick, J. Grindell, J. Kettle' well, A, Verplotse, E. King, J. Webb, J, Horrington. THESPIANS SPONSOR-WILBUR HALL First Row: J. Ehrick, M. McKelvey, J. Stultz, D. Buckley, V. Boumon, S, L. Covert, S. Redpoth, M. A Mossillo, D. Jocobs. Second Row: C. Fox, E. Brewer, M. Herge, J Crone, J. Wilkins, B. Alcxonder, S Smithson, J. Gardner, M, Wiseley J. Frowine, D. Bryon. Third Row B. l-loword, D. J, Grener, B, Abell, J. Ritter, M. Shimp, J. Elmore, M Bortch, J, Ritchey, M. Fuller, J White, N. Herge, B, Woggoner Fourth Row: B. Simmons, A. Libbe G, Clymer, R. Jordohl, M. Orthey M, Miller, J. l-lorrington, R, Wilson J, Webb, J. Mortin, B, Albright R, Sites. Fifth Row: K, Bushong K. Bushong, J. Myers, L. Phillips J. Ewers, J. Howord, J. Perkins, W Frost, W. Wiseley. 1 SCIENCE CLUB C. F. BURKHART-SPONSOR First Row: P. Mov, O. Brodfute, C. Mogoon, J, Bovmell, W. Howard. Second Row: D. Srocv R. Clark, T. 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WILBUR HALL-SPONSOR "THE OPENING OF THE DOOR" First Row: Margaret Wiseley, Jean Shafer, Second Row: Joan Ritter, Annabelle Morrison, Third Row: Wayne Frost, Joe Ewers. "JUNIOR'S MUSTACHE" First Row: Diane Jacobs, Ruth Jordahl Jo Crane, Joan Webb. Second Row Allan Libbe, Bill Wiseley, Darl Ault 27 rr nn meow the I: ' groundhog doth see, I - ' I' li i ir Y R A - - Volume XX. No. 10 FINDLAY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - it - ' Home Room tliticers Elected For H +' stir t Q Second Semester di Year , i .,r rr.-e .tr 5 tr - N. wt x r-V., i..,r me V i.r.t -' r ' "" lt' i -. a i' rt- Nr-tru V MQW 'L 1 , err xre--.W " t"'t J. tr- E. its A x er K r tit- i .' in-t 'Q " " " . ..v r:.. 'tix r-,fe,T.1n 'i"'-' ' dit.. x rms me rum 5.-.4 f"r"'t'f4"- V 'll ' - '11 - N! IMH13 ...tilt .IV rrvilv M 'rH.r 5 K s EDITORIAL BOARD SPONSOR-C. w. HuNsrcKsrz rtrtr Arm Murputwv srxtfrrwt Ettrttrr Ruth Wrtsctrw Birsrruws Mqr Cultvc-riVor1 Wc,xrmCr Art Lrtitt-r Murrlvrt Miller Knot present' Dcportmvrrt Erlrtor Vosto Rigglc trim Ertrttrr Erma Sdwiln utirrr- Ettrttrr Bortuoro Bomictt rirts Ettrttrr Jqgk Mygrg imtrrr Ettrtur Clurre Amr VVcrriortfiv Alhrwlll jf- 1vlI'r't l'f1,r-Ufj lirzifr' t ,A X xi ' r . . t r . I is rmres if s t t t ff-tri mmittee Awards Prizes te i3 el Assemhiyg Students Praised City Digrritaries Visit Findlay High Setredl t i NEWS AND FEATURE WRITERS First Row: J Gcrrtirtcr, J Wir-rtrwtcrrt J, Smith, K. Strmmcly J Ntygrurit Second Row: M McKL'lvL'y, M Wt11'L't Cr, C, Rovlo, B, Palmer, P Stirwcll Third Row: J, Grrmtutl, A l,rtwt'mv, I Love, J, Tovlttr Not Present: R Srwcicr, tl, Oxlvv. TRUJAN S TAFF EDITOR MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER SPONSOR Jean Hoelscher Jo Ann Beningfon Clara Mae Mills W, D, Humphrey ASSOCIATE EDITORS MAKE-UP Pat Huffman Jo Crane MaraarefNV1SeIey Pat Shafer Jeanne MacGregor ART STAFF CI1arIoIIe Kramer Lonnie Ann Dav'S Mary Ann Zeller Jo Ann Rifchey Mary Agnes Ma3siIIa Barbara Dennarf MlrIam Reimund Mary Herge ADVERTISING Betty Waggonrvr Dohna Roberts Barbara Alexander PHOTOGRAPHERS Clarence Holmes Paul Hover AIIverf Verplafse COACHES E. C. Bartlett, C. C. Bochman, l.. C. Keller, R, Coffcy BUCKEYE LEAGUE CO-CHAMPIONS 24 Findlay 33 Findlay., , C,Y,C 39 Columbus Bexley... Findlay ,C,C.l,,,,,Cl. 33 Mansfield ....,.,.e, Findlay.. ..,,,,,., 39 GGliOn AY......VV,VVV H Findlay ,w,w,e,,ea -46 Tiffin Columbian Findlay ,.,...,.,,. .32 Lima Central ,vVV. . Findlay ii,ew ,,,,,,,. 3 7 Lima South ......,. Findlay Findlay .40 Fremont Bowling Green .,o, Findlay ,.,,.i,,aw.,,e 36 Fostoria .,aa,,,a.,VV Findlay ,,,.a,.,,,..,, 38 Findlay Findlay ,..,,,a,..VaVV 2l Findlay Findlay Tiffin Columbian Kenton ,.a..aaa,,iai. .33 Bowling Greenmw... 53 Fostoria ........,,.,.,i, Findlay a,,a,,.Asa., Findlay .,a..,,a,,,, Findlay ,,,i Findlay ,,i,,.,,..., Findlay ....,,,,,,.. Findlay ......,,..,Y Findlay ..s,aa.,.... Findlay ,....,,,.... Findlay 29 30 20 22 20 37 3l 22 Findlay ..,,.,.. I6 Findlay ..a.,..s Fremont .,....,a.....i.. 7 earingen lnot present l DISTRICT TOURNAMENT AT FINDLAY 52 Findlay ,,,.,,...a,,,, 36 Galion aa.....,,,,.i..ii.Y. 20 27 Findlay ,aa,,,,a,,,, .33 Celina Y,.....,,....,,a,,, 25 72 Findlay ,.,. ,,a...,,a 3 0 Limo Central w.,., aas, 2 6 Findlay FOOTBALL O . . . aa.,a..a 27 Wapakaneta 30 SWIMMING Findlay ..,,a, a.,,. 8 Sandusky .,,,..a....,,. S8 Findlay ,,.a...a. ..,, l S Fremont .,,s. ....,.,s 4 3 Findlay .,,a,,,,, . ,.23 Fremont .Ya.,...a,,...s. 43 Findlay .v...,aa...... I8 Toledo Scott .,.v.,.,aa 48 .-.....30 Toledo Scott 36 CROSS COUNTRY ....,.lOSt t0............,.......Fremont ......lost tO..,... ...,....Fremont Middletown ,.....,,aaa. l2 ..27 Bowling Green ,,a.,aw. 0 Fremont .,,,,s,a 33 ..22 Tiffin Columbian .... 0 ..l9 Lima Central ........,. 0 ..20 Marion .................. l4 .. 0 Lima South ...,........ 2l H65 Washington C. H... 0 H44 Fostoria .................. 6 BASKETBALL SUUAII First Row: Jim Akin, Bob Warfman, Paul l-lawarcl, Ralph Askarn, Dick Kirk, Ned Clwatelain Second Row: E. C, Bartlett, Jack Dunlap, Joe Fassett, AI Steegmon, Ervie Miles, C. C. Bachman Third Row: Dove Myers, Jim Miles, John Arnold, Tom Chafelain, Jack Miller. Fourth Row Manager Bob Pifer, Bob Cole, Managers Wayne Johnston and Jack Pifer. X! X! TRACK First Row: M. Wise, D. Sink, J. How ard, G. Roberts, V, D. Misomore, J Huth, L. C. Keller. Second Row: B Mason, J. Kettlewell, R, Seaman, R Swisher, B. Ulrich. Third Row: R McKinley, D. Kring, R, Smith, R Aslcom, J. Marshall, J. Clymer. 34 in LJ L 'iii CROSS COUNTRY SWIMMING L. C. KELLER-COACH First Row: E. Green, H. Quail, R. Per- First Row: R. Seaman, V, D. Misamore, kins, L. Wilch, Second Row: L. C M. Wise, L. C. Keller. Second Row: Keller, D. Hillery, B. Spitzer, G. Stoney R. Karcher, D, Kring, J. Howard, R. J. Kettlewell, V. Burns, D. Broughton Williams. GIRLS' llTHLETlE llSSllElllTlllN SPONSOR-ESTHER MARCH First Row: C. Walters, P. Whaley, D. Smith, R. Wiggins, M. Bauer, J. Hoelscher, J. Shank M. McKeIvey, T. Simon, M. Stultz, C. White, R. Wyott. Second Row: C. Von Warmer, S Caldwell, M. Freed, M. Mischke, C. Preston, A. Murphy, V. Snyder, M. Sheller, V. Welsh B Abell, M. Edie, E. Crittenden. Third Row: G. Meyers, V. Redick, B. Bouman, C. Warner, A Showman, S. Stevenson, M. E. Boehm, P. Huffman, N. Herge, D. Browneller, E. Ferrall R Lotham, M. Baker. Fourth Row: B. Denhart, P. Eakin, P. Bogart, N. Ammons, G. Quail Misamore, D. Roberts, D. Solomon, D. Wolfe, V. Browneller, J. White, R. King. Fifth Row J. Stultz, N. Coldren, B. Rieck, R. Jordahl, M. Orthey, J. Harrington, B. Waggoner, V. Bauman M. Donaldson, S. Redpath. Not Present: J. Kiehne, R. Murphy, C. Denhart, G. Haveraneck H. Fredrick, R. Oxley, P. Theobold, M. Voglesong, J. Wilkins, NV. Peterson, K. Pressnell. , M CHEERLEADERS Jean Beck Arlene Morqer Leno Rice Doris Schmudf x gr CONCESSION HELPERS DRUM MAJOR AND Christina Preston MAJORETTES Donnomorie Fish Delores Ellnnwood Marion Freed N'CkY SUDWHZO Therese Simon DOVIU Filbef Mr. Bougnmon Mrs. Greer ML Gearing Knot picfuredl Mr. Snyder Mr, Hayes llLlVlll lVlllTEH Come one and all from Findlay l-ligh, School to us most dear, Let us sing her praises for guidance through the years Give thinks for opportunity to learn and live democracy We are loyal boosters of old Findlay Senior l-ligh. o' 'if'??f'f'1aff Findlay High! Old Findlay High! Alma Mater fairest Blue and Gold! Oh Blue and Gold! Cur inspirations be. Trojans brave! Oh Trojans true? We're with you every one. Findlay High! Dear Findlay Highl We rise to honor Thee. "l.EST WE FllllliET" "We Sing the Song of Farewell" was heard through the auditorium of Findlay High School. Another graduating class, another commence- ment, but this time it was our class, the class of '45, For three years we had been waiting anxiously for this moment, and now that it was here we wanted to keep it forever. As we started to walk down the aisle for almost the last time as students of Findlay High, we be- gan reminiscing. One senior boy smiled to himself as he re- membered the first day he began high school as a sophomore on September 8, l942. Now he can laugh about it, but at the time he was just plain scared. For at least a week he was late to almost every X ' ,-f class. Somehow or other he always got in the 0 3 library when he should NK . ' i Jlel have been in 205. How- ever, the teachers and upperclassmen were very helpful and it was xx not long before he felt himself really one of the student body of F. H. S. That year Mr. W. O. Jones came to Findlay to very capably take over the duties as music instructor of all the public schools .... "Free Men," a patriotic pageant, with the help of every school, was a great success on the stage of our auditorium . . . . Bob Smith headed the sophomore class with "Chick" Hardy and Ann Murphy as vice president and secretary .... The Blue and Gold Staff joined the N. S. P. A ...,. Gas rationing began. Oh! Horrors!! .... The boys gave everyone nightmares with their crew hair cuts and the girls received many disgusted glances by wearing long plaid shirts ..,. They, too, had a new fad in hair styles, which were very appropriately called "feather cuts" .... That year Mr. Schmunk replaced Mr. Waite in the machine shop .... That year too, we really began to be war minded, and Captain Ernest Winkler, a Ger- man refugee, talked to the students in an assembly ,... An Austrian girl, Miss Ellen Klentz, spoke to G. R. and G. A. A ..... Hi-Y celebrated its thirty-second birthday .... the tunes hummed the most were "My Devotion," .- "Strip Polka," "Jingle J , Jangle Jingle" and p. "Dearly Beloved." For the first time we had an alma mater song, which was composed by Mr. . A. G. Kuhns . . . Our football and basketball teams both gallantly upheld the fair name of 'Q' F. H. S ..... Then came spring and with it the Junior-Senior Prom, which much to our chagrin we could not at- tend, This major event was followed by two others equally as great--the Baccalaureate Services and Commencement exercises. And with these we said good-by to the class of '43. i i y v l p . ,K U V Q' ' lil- -- And we were Juniorslll As Commencement exercises proceeded, a white robed graduate recalled her "in be- tween" year beginning September 7, i943 . . . . That was the year Ralph Askam, Ned Chatelain, Dohna Roberts assumed helmsmen- ship of the class .... Two new faces were greeted, Miss Marion Lord as librarian and Mr. Clifford Hite as instructor in instrumental music .... Bobby socks and Frankie Sinatra were all the rage .... We recognized "Mickey" McDonald as having one of the up and coming orchestras .... Whether you were at the Hi- Hat, "Y" dance or just listening to a juke box, it was "Blue Rain," "l'll Be Around," "Paper DoIl" and "Racing With The Moon" that you always could hear .... Robert Friers and his b'onde wife Betty showed us interesting films in the Paricutin Volcano. They are now making an all time record in Carnegie Hall, New York, with their show, "Mexican Holiday" .... Chief Justice Carl V. Weygant, of the Ohio Supreme Court spoke to us .... Otto Schact thrilled us by his dramatic singing and lecturing .... We started sending the "Blue and Gold" to our alumni servicemen while we kept the slogan "lf You Don'tWrite, You're Wrong" . . . . "Ginny" Bauman 5 V ss.. W-' Q . v '- l t O i 1. x XXX if X W X- . , 1" 'ISV' "i i . I ff 55335 0 fs G Q WR 'li For the first time the the American Legion took the leading role in the Junior Play, "Lena Rivers" . . . Three one- act plays were "Elmer and the Lovebug," "Mooncalf Mugford" and "The Happy Jour- ney" .... The ever popular operetta "Sweethearts" was given that year .... entire school wrote on Essay on Pan-America, everybody waiting 'til the last minute strug- gling to get his in on time .... "lcebound" was chosen for the Senior Play .... That year for the first time a swimming team was started and made a good showing .... Another of F. H. S.'s great basketball teams, after winning twenty games without a loss, bowed to their opponents in the first round of the regional tournament at Bowling Green University's gymnasium .,.. With the year coming to a close again, finishing exams, recognition of scholastic achievement, services of students and their loyal co-operation, the Junior-Senior Prom with its exotic atmosphere of tropical Hawaii, Baccalaureate and followed by Com- mencement, we bade farewell to another class. And we were Seniorslll The Commencement speaker had finished his message, we stood to receive our diplomas. And as we descended from the platform we were all reminded of our last and best year . . . . "Prexy" of the senior class was Dean La Rowe, while Virginia Bauman and Jo Crane carried out the duties as - vice president and sec- -C X k retary .... "Ginny" .1 X lv Bauman and John Cain 'X were Thespian and Stu- , l X dent Council presidents A respectively .... Miss 1 Pearl Moran resigned fa, 3 her position as English 7 and journalism instruc- Q tor. Mr, C. W. Hun- sicker assumed the duties as Blue and Gold advisor .... Mr. Ricketts replaced Mr. Stewart in the machine shop and Mr. Huffman took the place of Mr. Porter in the automobile shop .... An Honor Roll was made by students for all alumni of F. H. S. who are now in the service .... Many seniors experienced nightmares in preparing ,G SJ for the three hour senior scholarship tests .... Professor George Davis from Purdue University gave us an interesting program on his hobby of presenting poems .... The Band and Orchestra Concert of February 2l was well received by the audience .... they entered the contest at Bowling Green scheduled on April Zl .... The junior class presented "Ghost Wanted" and the Thespians gave "J unior's Mustache," "The Opening ofa Door" and "Boy Meets Family" .... To Jewel Perkins was given the task as president of the National Honor Society, and Ann Murphy very capably took over the duties as editor of the "Blue and Gold' '.... An assembly was held for the presentation of awards to high school seniors for their essays on post-war projects, which was sponsored by the Findlay Chamber of Commerce. Bob Smith received the first prize, followed by awards to Jeanne MacGregor, Jack Duffield and Clara Mae Mills .... in addition to these, awards were given to ten other seniors ..,. At the same assembly, Col. A. D. Patterson made the presentation of the treas- ury department's "Minute Man" Award, re- ceived by the school for its ninty per cent participation in the purchase of war bonds and stamps. Good for usll .... After a lapse of a few years, pep rallies were enthusiastically introduced in school .... Our football team once again upheld our high standard as winners and the basketball team was especially vic- torious by tieing with Fremont for first place in the Buckeye League .... H. M. S. Pinafore, one of Gilbert and Sullivan's most popular operettas, was definitely hailed as a success . . . , A great triumph for Jacqueline Henry and Joe Huth was their winning of the Ameri- can Legion essay contest along with four underclassmen .... Popular tunes on the Hit Parade were Frankie singing "lf You Are But A Dream," "Don't Fence Me ln," "l'll Walk Alone" and "Robin Hood" .... the girls came out armored with silver bracelets and barettes . . . . one of our fair haired heroes turned up at a "Y" dance in a plaid skirt .... As we recall it was our own class president .... Due to a man shortage lE-gadll the girls came to the rescue and took over the Trojan Staff and senior play cast, The play selected was "Nine Girls" .... then came the traditional senior chapel .... with the art exhibit and the music festival came the close of another year's activi- ties. The longed for Junior-Senior Prom, Bac- calaureate, and Commencement came at last, and with these we departed .... the class of '45. "'-59 U SENIUHS '45 President- Deon Lo Rowe Vice-president Virginia Boumon Secretory Jo Crane Sponsors Moe Fossett Wilbur Holi James Akin Elma Alborn Barbara Alexander Ralph Askam Glen Babcock William Ball Irene Ballard Doris Barnhort Kathryn Borrell Marian Bartch Ray Bauman Virginia Bauman Jean Beck Rhea Jean Beckwith Jo Ann Benington Barbara Bennett Robert Bill Richard Bishop Barbara Blackford Gene Bovee John Bradfute Lenora Brown Rema Brucklacker Wayne Bryon Patricia Buckley Betty Burk John Cain Jeanie Campbell Ned Chatelain James Clemens Jack Clymer Virginia Conrad Joan Crane Richard Crawfis Esther Mae Crittenden fl '-he , fi , il 1 ' fi'-X I Nix it ll be if ,B 'cefw i 'Pr l i 4 it 2 , 1-. 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I I , 4" . ,r 1 YW X fxpllli V RU mi Ng l UC JK 7 F Nicolena Sapienzo Gwen Saul Gene Schcy Doris Schmidt Fred Schumacher Betty Lou Scott Frank Scott Leslie Scott Carletta Shadley Patricia Shafer Lois Shaffer Josephine Shank Kitty Lau Shelden Mildred Sheller Winona Sherbrook Myra Shimp Theresa Simon Everett Smith Glen Smith John Smith Robert Smith Virginia Snyder Mary Jane Sowards Joseph Stimmel Gene Stoney Hazel Stratton Betty Taylor Rodney Taylor Ned Thomas William Tinsman Robert Ulrich Florence Van Sant Donna Varner Albert Verplatse Eleanor Vondron 2'- ' f KW ' A, xx ,,.: if Y Q?-wf' S17 QQ M' . nfl :QF J 'J 'i fl l 'W , 6 it fggltffbb J R X ll L ' X rw, , ,li J' ,, 9 fl XCQX 48 , il M, f ,i . tif Betty Waggoner Anna Rose Ward Ford Warren Burton Waxler Jane White Ruth Wiggins Ralph Williams Ruth Williams Max Wise Margaret Wiseley John Wisner Opal Jean Wittebort Roseieanne Wolfe Harpster Wonder Robert Wortman Mary Anne Zeller Joan Zimmerman Jack Hall Elaine Stalter, transfer from Fostoria Merlin Collingwood, transfer from Toledo These Boys Have Leh Us Since We Entered llur Ralph Askam Glen Babcock Wayne Bash James Bish Ellis Brim Dwight Casteel William Craig Jerry Crates Richard Crawfis Bob Crawford John Davidson Richard Eakin Gerald Ewing Ralph Folk Jim Galloway Junior Hamlin William Hardwick Charles Hardy Richard Haumann Richard Hennessy Dale Henry Don Hollenbach Edward Honecker Jesse Honse Fred Horner Dwight Kenyon Frank Litzenberg Max Lofland Roger McKinley Max Morgan For The Service Sophomore Year Ivan Nesler Roy Schiltz Frank Scott William Scott Don Shafer Richard Sims Everett Smith John Smith Norman Starr Thomas Wehrle Ted Wickard James Williams Keith Winters Ralph Wolery Norman Young gf ,1 if i ', ii i X5 f5iisii5wKWF UVXfQf5f55 Qfiffi , C Ufrfxi i i 1 MW! ii if iw ii. 341 i , K L':':'Aixi iEm??XX N Aix is i i i W ,X -, .i, ,ri Nag f r' U '45-'47 C' President Douglas Rees Vice-president Dori Rooney Secretory Deon Sink Sponsors Ruth Kuenz Ii Fred Brondenberger President Bill Pompel Vice-president Donny Smith Secretory Sora Lou Covert JUNIUHS 213 First Row lLelt to Rightl: V Browneller, M. E. Boehm, S. Bran dyberry, B. Bauman, S. Caldwell M. A. Barkimer, N. Coldren, C Bockstette, B. Beaupry, D. Burn- ham. Second Row: D, Bryan, P Bogart, M. L, Calrharp, M, Cod- ner, M. Bauer, G, Carpenter, M L. Bowers, J, Augenstein, J, Ba- ker. Third Row: J. Burrell, F Anast, V. Burns, D, Carpenter M. Clevenger, J. Brown, T. Claf- Iin, H. Arnold, Fourth Row: D Broughton, R. Adams, R, Baker J. Bannell, H. Baldwin, R. Brown B. Breda. 212 First Row 'Left to Rightl: M, Dressell, A. Daniels, A. Entrikin, C. Earlie, L, J. Cross, E. Ema- hisei, M, Edie, F. Fenstermaker, R. Denman, Second Row: B, Dickes, M. Durain, D. Earlie, J. Ebert, J. Ebert, M. Farringer, M. Conrad, D. Davis, Third Row: E, Eckert, R. Cornwell, B. Dymond, J. Dunham, R. Drais, D. Depuy, J. Cook, J. Cooper. Fourth Row: R. Crozier, V. Davidson, D. Courtney, B. Connors, D. Dennis. Zll First Row 'Left to Rightl: M. Hayes, H. Hayes, M. Fetters, B. Hackathorn, G. Hall, D. J. Grener, B. Fleck, S. Lee, E. Hall. Second Row: L. Fleck, A. Lee, L. Lons- way, R. Launder, B. Lowry, J. Hooper, J. Harrington, R. Jord- ahl. Third Row: J. Hanna, H. Lau- wers, D. Hoile, W. Johnson, G. Hall, W. Lishawa. Fourth Row: J. Hix, J. Hosler, J. Kettlewcll, E. Gaertner, E. Lease, E. Cohl. J iw Bl, .ffl ll Nflwlx ll i . fi , W X l-EW ll 521+ Ji sit il rs , xr Wd. f 209 Front Row lLeft to Rnghtl: M, Mclielyey, E. Pepper, D. Needles, M, A. Mlschke, M. Misamore, M. Manchester, B. Morgan, N. Mc- Call B. Palmer, Second Row: J. Mygrant, B. McDuffie, A. Noble, M. Orthev, P, Mason, M, Miller, N. Nelson, W. Overy, J. Mains. Third Row: D. McBride, R. Nelson, J Ooperman, D. Myers, J, Mon- cloy, K. Pahl, W. Phillips. Fourth Row: R. Mecllock, J. Powell, L. Phnlllps, D. Loy, C. Magoon, W. Musgrave. 207 First Row lLelt to Rlghtl: S. Smlfhson, R. E. ST. Myer, C. Spaeth, J. Stoltz, N. Slanfueld, J, Ryrler, P. Rlker, C. Pressnell, L. Slager. Second Row: E. Strait, V. Redick, H. L. Smith, V. Riggle, Y. Rorney, E. Scheib, B, Reick, J. Shawen, K, Sfimmel. Third Row: R. Shank, T. Stolzer, K. Smith, E. Smith, D. Rooney, G. Seifried. Fourth Row: R. Simmons, D. Sink, J, Schrote, W. Sputzer, D, Rees, D. Runeharf. 206 First Row ll.eft to Rughfl I C. Van Warmer, C. White, D. Wilch, R. M. Wlllford, M. J. Trask, M. Wolfe, M, Tinder, C. Weinandy, M. Williams. Second Row: J. Wolf, M. Warner, R. Wiftenmy- er, K. Wilson, J,,Webb, J. Veit, B. Wagner, R. Yost. Third Row: F. Varlas, J. Yoxsimer, M. Witten- myer, R. Treece, L. Wilch, J, Wea- ver, R. Welssling. Fourth Row: B. Wrsely, R, Warner, F. Wiflebort, R. Swisher, L Tesnow, G. Wisner. 202 First Row: lleft to Rightl : D. Ar- nold, M. Baker, L. Anderson, M. Brenner, B. Brcitigan, J. Adams, N. Alspach, J. Bowman, B. Abell D. Browneller. Second Row: C. Allen, R. Bower, E. Brewer, L. Bay- er, D. Buckley, M. Baird, P. Ans- pach, T. Chatelain, L. Barkimer. Third Row: R. Albright, W. Beck R. Bissey, N. Ammons, E. Bright R. Beekman, E. Berry, J. Alexandl er. Fourth Row: D. Ault, O. Brad- tute, J. Arnold, D. Beamer, J Bardley, K. Bushong, J. Beckman K. Bushong. 204 First Row ILeft to Righti: J. Eh- rick, B. Forison, D. Delo Hamaide M. Foltz, F. Foltz, S. Covert, A. Fouts, T. Fabian, C. Denhart, P. Fout. Second Row: P. Feller, J. Collett, D. Cornwell, J. Elmore, P. Dochterman, M. Fisher, E. Ferral M. Fisher, R. Cole. Third Row: of Faber, C. Fox, T. Du Mond, V. Fisher, M. Folk, P. Eakin, G. Crane, G. Durbin, R. Clark. Fourth Row: D. Fishel, T. Copeland, D. Fella- baum, J. Esch, B. Emerson, E. Fore- man, R. Ewing, D. Fitzpatrick, G. Clymer. H3 First Row lLeft to Rightl: N. Hayes, B. l-lauman, K. Haley, B. Hare, E. Hosafros, P. Gillett, D. Ja- cobs, P. Gorman, H. Fredericks. Second Row: W. Huth, N. Herge, J. Frowine, N. Henry, G. Havera- neck, J. Gardner, J. Hamilton, J. Grindell. Third Row: R. Karcher, D. Freed, R. Hoy, T. Kennedy, J. Hamilton, R. Huffman, A. Gordon, W. Hennessy. Fourth Row: T. Ha- ley, W. Hoelscher, J. Hamilton, P. Howard, D. Hillery, R. Gallant, B. Howard. SUPHUIVIUBES I3 First Row lleft to Rightl: A. Lit- zenberg, M. Leader, C. Merton, J. Kiehne, F, May, A. Murray, M. Murphy, l. Minutti, P. Mallonee, R. Latham, Second Row: C. Might, J. Murphy, P. Mitchell, M. J. Lieb, D. Minard, M. Kring, M. Miller, J. Morrison, P. King. Third Row: D, Misamore, J. Laube, G. Love, P. May, A. Leckey, J. Laube, R. Lanagan, A. Libbe, E. King, R. Kistler. Fourth Row: T. Miles, J. Miller, B. Miller, A. Kiser, D. Litzenberg, l-l. Marcus, J. Miles, G. Love, B. Lynch. 7 First Row lLeft to Rightl1 M. Reese, F, Ransbottonw, S. Reil- path, B. Opper, G. Myers, S. J. Palmer, B. Riker, J. Rieck, M. Roller, B. Rose. Second Row: J. Reese, J. Ritter, C, Parks, J. Re- hus, B. Povenmire, A. Redd, L. Rowell, B. Reissig, C. Royle. Third Row: R. Rinehart, B. Pifer, R. Ox- ley, J. Rader, W, Peterson, J. Rey- nolds, E. Gssman, R. Perkins. Fourth Row: A. Roberts, L. Nis- wander, G. Patterson, D. Myers, J. Paxton, B. Pardee, J. Myers, W. B. Pampel. 5 First Row 'Lett to Rightlg D. Smith, M. Sunderman, S. Tre- rnains, V. Vance, P. Theobold, J, Stack, B. Thom, J. Slack. Second Row: R. Sites, M. Stultz, l-l. Trout- man, R. Sharpe, S. Taylor, M. Sheller, M. Teal, D. Solomon, R. Snyder. Third Row: B. Stewart, J. Simmons, A. Showrnan, M. L. Steegrnan, J. Shafer, S. Stevenson, J. Smith, D. Stacy, V. Van Atta. Fourth Row: J. Taylor, D. Smith, J. Tooley, J. Stahl, R. Slaughter- back, D. Smith. 4 First Row lLeft to Rightl: C Walter, J. Wyatt, B. Walters, R. Wyatt, C. White, C. Warner, J. Wilkins, T. Wyer, G. Warner, P J K V Whaley. Second Row: M. . Wheeler, B. Zehender, M. . Yates, B, Zehender, D. Wolfe, . Welsh, M. Wheeler, A. Warren, D. Warnick, A. Whetstone. Third Row: J. Williams, J. Young, C. Wohlgamuth, D. Wohlgamuth, P. Wiedman, B. Wartman, R. Zen- der, D. Wisner. Fourth Row: E. Wehrle, L. Waalancl, J. Weissling. W. Webb, R. Williams, R. Wilson L. Wittebart. 1 Sophomores and Juniors 2 First Row: lLeft to Rightl 1 V. Ben- der, C. Bish, R. Sands, C. Arch- able, R. Steel, J. Trautmon, D. Hailey, P. Bovee. Second Row: L. Hutton, C. Dutton, G. Rimer, W. Stauffer, W. Gatchell, J. Rader, C. Miller, E. Minutti. Third Row: J. Swick, R. Crawford, D. Norris, D. Jones, R. Miller, E. West, C. Bechler, T. Baughman. Sophomores and Juniors 102-I03 First Row lLelt to Rightl: M. Smith, J. Altman, R. Stewart, D. Orton, E. Hartman, L. Helms, S. Hoffman, B. Sutton, W. Hales. Second Row: C. Yost, P. Heuber- ger, R. Van Denberg, J. Lemons, K. Currie, J. DeHays, D. Magoon, W. Lunn. Third Row: R. Meek, H. Lentz, R. Lauwers, R. Molter, R. Kring, L. Palmer, W. McRiIl, R. Hershey. ee Compliments of HOADLEY'S RUG 6 Compliments of CLEANING co. 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Housewares, Gifts and B.P.S. Paint 80 Rooms - All with Hot and Cold Running Water Weekly Rates Hancock Brick and Tilc Cc. Extra Quality 'iff sir Phone 780 FINDLAY, OHIO HUIVIEH F. BEAN BUDGET PLAN JEVVELEH THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ROBERT K. DAVIS District Aqertt Phone 2826 212 Ewing Building Findlay, Ohio Phone 558 Ham. SWL wmpww YE SWEETE SHOPPE First Ldst cmd Always! Ice Cream. Candies and Lunch Corner Front omd Main Sts. HARTMAN'S GLASS 6. CHINA SHOP 121 North Main Street Quality Glass and China We decorate qicrsswdre to your own choosing Meet Me-WHERE? L and W At the- Sandwich Shop P O I N T ti? ig? ii? 'iff Comer Of Lime AVGUUG Iames I. Sarver, Proprietor and Elm Street GULD BAR BRAND CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES at YOUR GROCERS Distributed by THE A. E. IWRSEY COMPANY ARE YOU PHOTOGENIC? K E S S E L ' S Do You Photograph wen? Find1f1Yf0hi0 The answer is "YES!" xi? 'A' it you come to this studio. We CUNY the most Complete Group Photographers for "Trojan" line of L k ' ' HARRIET M. GREEN srumos glggziz-E1SiIT11BiRIXE?gg2:gS 620 S. Main Street Phone 657 FINDLAY. OHIO in this city at Popular prices! Phone 561 118 19th Street DEWEY AKIN BREPAP DRY PLUMBING - - HEATING C STOKERS ' - QU- BURNERS 211 S. Main St. 218 E. Front St FINDLAY, OHIO THE PINIJLAY PRINTING St SUPPLY CU. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE Office Furniture Blank Books Office Supplies Social Stationery Books Greeting Cards SCHOOL SUPPLIES Phone Main 188 406 South Main Street FINDLAY, OHIO THE WHEELERS' DEALER T H E H I - H A T Clicks with the Crowd! Lives there a 1ac1 Who never cried, ik "I wish I had A bike to ride!" LOUIE, THE BICYCLE MAN Finest Sandwiches at Pre-War prices, 217 North Main Street plus FREE dCf1'1C11'1Q- GENERAL ELECTRIC LEEDY and LUDWIG DRUMS ORGANS PIANOS STEINWAY G SGNS EVERETT ORGATRON Many Others SOLOVOX Phone Main 525 . . 530 South Main Street EVERYTHING IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Over 50 Years in Findlay K A N E L'S Compliments of ALTMEYER non HOTEL Clothes DIFFERENTIAL STEEL UAH EU. FINDLAY. OHIO Builders ot I-Iaulaqe Equipment Since l9I5 AIR DUMP CARS MINE CARS MINE LCCOMOTIVES BURDEN-BEARING LOCOMCTIVES RAIL CARS ff. Qui Blrthstona tells the Xe h SX X SW ef ' gf' if , u r X W gf I I A 1 f' i rf ' . -. ' ,gn we . it-e 5 N 1.4 QR, m 0 II I I 155, 4:59 Q, ' as - - iegf35,3.QgSj X . L -X Q X 41225 Jiii -ef ,busy K - ,eff . t. My Q we -A, .W 5299! QW? Neglected hands can not be beauti- ful hands...yours need not have that uncared-for, roughened look if you use Sofskin Creme. Rich, velvety Sofskin will make your hands softer, smoother and whiter. It is the pre- ferred hand treatment of millions of women. Ask for courtesy Sofskin application at your Beauty Salon SOLSIZII1 CREME I in the Black and Gold Jars 35'-60'-51.00 SIZES SIIFSKII BDIPMIY, FIIIIILAV, UH! SAN- -PURE DAIRY Phone -: 6I3 NOTICE STUDENTS! Any questions you may have about insurance or bonds, feel free to call in person at our office. I. A. EOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 200-201 First National Bank Bldg. PINDLAY, OHIO-Phone 47 RAY 4's FOORS RESTAURANT STEAKS and CHOPS HOME-MADE PIES GOOD COFFEE We Serve the Best 221 South Main Street PINDLAY, OHIO Office Phone 2469 Res. Phone 2471-R MAX W. FENBERG Iron. Metals. Paper Stock. Structural Steel. Auto Parts 330 East Main Cross Street PINDLAY, Ol-llO Hats remodeled and made-to-order to match any outfit. Also a complete stock of the latest models. GAIL GASSMAN HAT SHOP ll5 W. Crawford Street P L O W E R S . . . Por all Special Occasions. C O R S A G E S . . . Of all kinds for the Dances. WAALANDS GREENHOUSES l40 Larkins Street Phone 369 Two Good Places to Eat . . . Home and at MARLEY'Sl 27' 37- MARLEY'S RESTAURANT South Main Street Pianos and Rand Instruments GO To GALLAHERS Expert Piano Tuning Phones: 215-M and 1044 TWINING'S MUSIC STORE AND STUDIOS Modern Drug Store The store with the "Magic" doors Modern Fountain The Only Exclusive Music Store in Findlay Fresh Candies Cosmetics Sheet Music Records Cigars cmd Tobaccos Lessons Given on All Musical Instruments LQWEST PRICES 209 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio Compliments of CENTRAL RUBBER AND STEEL CURPURATIUN Main 3340 FINDLAY, OHIO Phone Main 171 Established 1897 THE TARBDX - MCCALL STUNE COMPANY CRUSHED STONE, STONE sAND, AND AGRICULTURAL LIME Prompt Delivery - - Courteous Service 852 Western Avenue FINDLAY, OHIO 1-Iomeof . . . HOME-KILLED MEATS Compliments of and HOME-MADE-MEAT IJRQDUCTS SIMON G SMITH DYSINGER MEATS BarberShop 1 12 East Sandusky Phone 178 01fLgrafvL!aLLi01fL5 CLASS UF '45 Tho Coooor Corporation Today As B. P. H." Service Is Important! We Serve the Findlay Motoring Public Courteously and Efficiently For Their NEW COOPER TIRES AND TUBES TIRE RECAPPING AND REPAIRING MARATHON GASOLINE AND OILS COOPER SERVICE Main at Hardin Findlay, Ohio '-Before Pearl Harbor THE FINDLIIY PUBLISHING CUIVIPIINY QRS Publishers of The Republican - Courier When Buying LUMBER- Cgmpljmentg of Remember This Advertisement' LGVS ask CHESTER P. SMITH THE PARKER LUMBER Monuments CONWANY Back of Post Office 132 W. Crawford St. Findlay, Ohio 216 W. Crawford St. Phone Main 42 Established 1881 I BETTER VALUES BETTER SERVICE BETTER FOOD CITY MARKETS THE PAGE DAIRY 222 Broadway Phone Main 1057 MILK - CREAM - BUTTER - ICE Visit Our Dairy Store FINDLAY, CHIC CREAM BAIR ELECTRIC Generators, Starting Motors, lqnitions, Speedometers and Compliments ot MGQHGYOS SWITZER'S BAKERY PHONE 388 129 W. Main Cross St. Findley, Ohio 532 S. Main St. Compliments of H. I. HARRINGTON CHEVROLET COMPANY Compliments of FINDLAY ICE 6. FUEL Motor and Generator Rewindinq and Repairing All Work Guaranteed FINDLAY ARMATURE CO. 417 West Main Cross Street FINDLAY, OHIO R. R. Sheely Phone Main 76-I lUO BRUCE B. BRYAN Builders' Supplies and Cement Products 409-ll W. Main Cross St., Phone 257 and 7 Western Avenue, Phone 494 GWLIO 404814 fd O! The Buckeye Traetinn Dileher Company ik' 'ik nf? Findlay, llhin W e ew A ...7 4,49 They hewed a farm out of the forest and built a cabin chinked with stones and sealed with mud. They shod the horses of the Pony Express and laid the ties for the railroad that linked East to West. They paved the roads and built neat houses. They tilled the soil and made of the empty fields a waving, golden sea of grain. They set out the trees that were white with blossom in Spring and heavy with fruit in Autumn. The little red schoolhouse was the work of these hands, and so was the great dome on Capitol Hill and the spires of a thousand churches. The crossroads store and the town Whose hands are these? hall, Brooklyn Bridge and the Golden Gate, Boulder Dam and the Grand Coulee . . . these hands knew them all. And they filled a sea with ships so that from one horizon to another there was nothing but the gray might of that Boating armada . . . and overhead the sky was dark with planes. Whose hands, you ask? These are the hands of all who have worked to make America great. They accepted the chal- lenge of its frontiers and turned its for- ests and its mountains and meadowlands into a citadel of strength. For every young man and woman in America, an- other challenge now exists . . . to work for victory and, when peace comes, to shape the materials for a better life in a world made free. TI-IE OHIO OIL COMPANY, FINDLAY, OHIO Refiners and Marketers of GASOLINE AND OIL. . . BEST IN THE LONG IUN Try Our Frosted Mcdteds DIETSCH BROS. HOME-MADE CANDIES AND ICE CREAM 330 West Main Cross Street Phone 954-I RAY'S BAKERY P-A-L-M STEAK HOUSE wk QUALITY FOODS cmd BEVERAGES 307-321 North Main Street 320 West Main Cross Street PHONE 113 FINDLAY, OHIO Phone 1 Thank You! STANDARD COAL COMPANY ' I' I' P I T' l. nn V L r Q "The C1othes Men Like" Compliments of ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE . . see . . ' THE TURNER-FENSTERMAKER SPENCEEEQEERSON SHOE COMPANY First National Bank Building "Quality Shoes Since 1889" PHONE 983 BARNHART FUNERAL HOME Findlay's Oldest Establishment F. M. BABNHART C. O. SMITHSON, Manager Phone 185 J. C. HOCHSTETTLER SONS GRAIN. FEED AND SUPPLIES FINDLAY FOREST VANLUE WHARTON B E R N A R D B. B I G E L O W Always something new for your requirements and for every occasion INSURANCE DRESSES - coATS - SUITS SUBETY BONDS SPORTSWEAR and ACCESSORIES 305 First National Bank Building Phone Main 48 Findlay, Ohio I E A N F R O C K S Refresh Yourself . . . D B l N K CWJKYZI IN BOTTLES IESTON WARNER. CENTRAL Realm' DRUG s'ronE Sells First-Cldss City Properties cmd Forms qk Established 1903 "The Rexczll Store" Office 3rd Floor Niles Building TOWN - HOUSE Home of Good Food Compliments cmd Best Wishes to the Cldss ot 1945 Across from the High School Th 201 West Main Cross Street TROUT 6 IACKSZN COMPANY Good Furniture Since Compliments of FHEIJ KLEIN 8t SUN, Plumbing Compliments of R A Y S BOSS MANUFACTURING COMPANY Dancing School Phone, Mclin 328 Member F. T. D. B 0 mln G D H ' S of Distinction for Every Occasion Fl0 IIIERS 610 South Main Street FINDLAY, OHIO ROBERT C. DAVENPORT LIFE INSURANCE ANNUITIES 307 Ewing Building Phone 442 Symbol of Security WATCHES IEWELRY RADIOS FOUNTAIN PENS DIAMONDS SILVERWARE Compliments of WHEN AVAILABLE M E D L O C K SCOTT BRYANT'S Ieweler Foot Comfort Store 2112133112-lrgilgigtigiet N. C. MEDLOCK ----- Your Ieweler Compliments to the Class of 1945 LESTER THOMAS Class of 1918 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, l EWELRY "lt Costs Little To Dress Smartly" at the BOSTON STORE 16. Compliments of S. 6 S. DRUG STORE Opposite Courthouse George T. Strinqfellow R O B I N S O N ' S Complete Line of Infants' Wear "Tots through Teens" Linens for Showers and Gifts Our Specialty 105 East Sandusky Main 52 Compliments of U H L M A N ' S Department Store Across from Courthouse Phone 1090 Findlay, Ohio Compliments of PHOENIX HOTEL I. P. Oberlin, Owner W. G. C O L D R E N Funeral Home i' Phone 600 K I S T L E R'S PrintShop IOB PRINTING Findlay, Ohio MM, busy customers, who have no time for frills come straight down here to PENNEY's to cure their clothing ills. Penney's outfits the family from head to toe. J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. Compliments of Compliments of AL BASS HOYT-TORBET CO. Clothes Phone 678 Findlay, Ohio A L L E N ' S New Fashions At Low Prices The Whole Town's Talking About VIC KI F R Q C K S ALLEN'S Dresses. Coats, COATS and DRESSES Next to First National Bank Bldg. Sportswear 325 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio "TIME" to be valuable MUST BE ACCURATE Our Watch Clinic will make "Your Time" Perfect Let "G R U B E" Fix lt! 325 South Main Street Fine Repairing Hand Engraving BLACK 6 WARNER MEN'S CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS W. L. Douglas Shoes When YOU Crave GOOD COFFEE BESS SHREVE AskFor iff "HI , T E S TH Feminine Apparel . COFFEE if I Roasted Fresh Daily in Findlay ASK YOUR GROCER 521 South Main Street Compliments of riff PERFECT GIFTS ik G. R. THOMPSON 6 SON 608 South Main Street "Iewelers Since 1885" 2nd Door South of I-Iarris Theatre Space Donated by A. G. 6. R. E. FULLER Attorneys-At-Law For Your Smart MILLINERY, DRESS, COAT or SUIT and ACCESSORIES Buyat S I M O N'S BOOST F INDLAY ik F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY Compliments of LYNN A. LYON COMPANY Ong nal ' i Qfkbcfi We Mugs our Own 132 ma lm nf, l. L nt um Phone 569-W Phone 975 533 N. Main St. Harris Theatre Bldg. N. S. GATES 6- SON Wise and Farguar Furnaces Lennox Air Conditioning Ambler Asbestos Roofs Barrett Bonded Rooiers OVER 50 YEARS OF SERVICE The NORTH SIDE MERCANTILE GROCERIES and GENERAL MERCHANDISE We carry a complete line of CLOVER FARM FOODS also BIRDS EYE FROZEN FOOD Free Delivery Phone Main 656 818-22 N. Main St. Compliments of THE B E A G L E Barber Shop It you Want both- QUALITY and SERVICE Tw xnoasns We Own and Operate Our Cleaning Plant WE STRIVE TO PLEASE KROGER DRY CLEANERS 131 W. Main Cross Phone 31 FINDLAY, OHIO Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class ot 1945 THE OHIO FUEL GAS COMPANY 509 South Main Street PHONE 948 WALTER WELLMAN RECREATION. INC. 12 DELUXE BRUNSWICK ALLEYS One of Ohio's Finest 132 V2 East Crawford Street Phone 988 You re Assured of - - - QUALITY MERCHANDISE SMART STYLES FAIR PRICES When You Shop at E. W. PATTERSUN 81 SUN THE NATIUNAL LIME 81 STUNE CUMPANY Crushed Stone for A-L-L Purposes ir AGRICULTURAL LIME FINISHING LIME MASON'S LIME MASTER ENGRAVERS TO AMERlCA'S SCHOOLS I l 0 Quality, Integrity and Dependability have established themselves as a definite tradition with Pontiac. We have been constantly on the alert lor new and improved procedures in yearbook designing and service. 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