Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1946
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Findlay High School
Merry Ann Mischke
G. R. Constien
The World has just witnessed his-
tory"s greatest unleashing of hate,
greed, and lust, with resulting Waste,
destruction and death. li peace and
stability are to he achieved, the
groundwork must he laid for under-
standing, tolerance and co-operation
through education. These pages tell
the story of the FINDLAY PROTECT-
the development of disciplines,
haloits, attitudes, alert minds, and
strong bodies. The raw material is
the youth of Findlay, the product,
Worthy World Citizens.
Robert R. Abbott
Gordon L. Eskilsen
Robert R. Kelley
loel P. Porter
Delbert F. Ward
lohn H. l-loppenberq
David D. Kocher
Lester E, Powell
Howard E. Bower
lerome H. Decker
Keith E. Hurnrnon
Lester L. Williams
Clarence l. Brenner
Orville D. Clark, lr.
Ted L. Egbert
Robert M. Inman
Robert A. Neumann
Don E. Van Fleet
Earl Shisler, Ir.
Clark Moore s
Through the halls of Findlay High School echo the famous words from
Lincoln's Gettysburg address. "We here-highly resolve, that these dead shall
not have died in vain, and that this government of the people, by the people,
and for the people shall not perish from the earth."
During these past years of war, many fine boys, whom many of us knew
and loved, gave their lives for the sake of democracy, for the four freedoms,
for all of us.
In order that these boys, who were so recently taken from us, may have a
lasting memorial to their great sacrifice, the Trojan has been dedicated to the
Gold Star Alumni.
lt was not so long ago that they too walked through the halls of Findlay High,
sat in classrooms, played in the gymnasium, participated in Chapels, partook
of their favorite dish after school in their favorite store and did the very things
that the students do today.
W'hen War came and they were called upon to loin the services, they cheer-
fully gave "their last full measure of devotion." They were not regretful or
angry, for they knew that the future of the world lay in their hands, and willing
hands they Were. They fought hard and died hard to preserve such things as
the school, the church and the home they had left forever.
We cannot hope to repay them merely by writing down a few words of
gratitude. We cannot hope to bring them back, but we can hope to preserve
their fine spirit and devotion.
I-lumbly, and sincerely, the l9-46 Trojan has been dedicated to these unsung
heroes, the Gold Star Alumni.
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me gfagineering ,Slay
To plan, execute and evaluate a project ot this magnitude requires an
engineering staff of Well trained, devoted men and women. We are proud to
present a staff of experts who are giving their time, energy and their lives to the
Findlay Project-engineers in the vital task of developing oi human possibilities.
U Mr. F. L. Finley
B. Sc. Heidelberg
M. A. Ohio State
Mr. G. R. Constien
A. B. Ohio Wesleyan
M. Sc. Ohio State
Helen Iohnsion. Dean of Girls A. L. Mcxtioon. Dean of Boys
Ohio State University-B. S. in Otierbe-in-A. B.
Education Ohio Sicxie-M. A.
University of Wisconsin-M. A.
Mrs. Edna Wilson Mildren Farner
Prir1cipc1l's Office Superiniende-nf's Office .
Miami-B. S. A
C. C. Bachman A
Bowling Green-B. S.
C. F. Burkhart
H. F. Brandenberger
Ohio State-M. A.
Ohio State-B. Sc.
in Education, M. A.
Ohio State-B. S.
New York U.-M. A.
R. D. Farriss
Ohio State-B. S.
G. H. Frack .
Ohio State-M. A.
P. S. Hochstettler
Ohio State-M. A.
W. E. Hall
' Bowling Green-B. S.
M. O. Huffman
C. W. Hunsicker
Ohio State-M. A.
New York U.-B. S.
New York U.-M. A.
L. C. Keller
Ohio State-M. A.
D. D. Lawrence
U. Wisconsin-M. A.
Bowling Green-B. S.
I. H. Lawrence
Western Reserve-B. S.
in Library Science
Bowling Green-A. B.
Bowling GreenfB. S. in Ed.
Bowling Green-B. S.
Columbia U.-M. A.
A. L. Maitoon
Ohio State-M. A.
R. S. Miller
Bluffton College-A. B.
Ohio State-M. A.
R. S. Phillips
Bowling Green-M. A.
Bowling Green-B. S.
I. D. Schmunk
O. Schumacher l
Bluffton i 1
F. A. Shull l
Col. Tr.-B. sc., B.c.s. A
Findlay College-A. B.
Betty Van Meter
Miami-B. S. in Ed.
H. H. Yawberq
Bowlinq Green-B. S.
Ohio State-B. Sc.
MY- Gearing Mr. Snyder
Mr' Hayes Mr. Baughman
The development of the habits and attitudes essential for democratic living
takes place through experiences in living and Working together. In the co-
operative planning and administration of assemblies, clubs, and social activities
We learn to recognize the Worth of every individual, and concern for the Welfare
oi others. Also, the need for responsibility as Well as the enjoyment of privileges
in a democratic society.
First Row, left to right: Ioan Stultz, Iohn Kettlewell, Renna Willford, Earl Lease, Ioan Webb, Bill
Wisely, Ruth Duttweiler.
Second Row: Abigail Entrikin, Ruth Iordahl, Barbara Lowry, Lloyd Phillips, Don Courtney, Mary
Lou Taylor, W. E. Hall.
First Row: Bob Howard, Don Green, lim Miles, Eldon Berry, Saralou Covert, Bonnie Walters, Albert
Leckey, Darl Ault, Lyle Niswan-der, Allan Libbe.
Second Row: A. L. Mattoon, Carol Fox, Norma Herqe, Cathie White, leanne Smith, Ioan Ritter, loan
Bowman, Joanne Kiehne, Diane Iacobs, Ioanne Elmore, Luclanne Bayer, Mary Iane Wheeler.
Third Row: Ioan Rees, Don Alexander, lack Reynolds, Douglas Zimmerman, Gene Patterson, lohn
Amold, Paul Howard, Bob Roether, Ed Green, loe Tooley, Iim Ridge, Iohn Bradley, Ioan Ehrick.
Fourth Row: lack Beckman, Dick Slauqhterback, Bill Pampell, Bill Miller, Tom Kennedy, Bob Cole,
Gene Love, lack Meyers, Kenny Ritchey, Bob Albright, Bart Pardee.
Mary Lou Taylor, Lloyd Phillips,
Ruth Dubtweiler, lack Myers.
Third Row: Iean Turman, Marilyn
Tin-fer, Barbara Brown, Jeanne
Smith, Nancy Williams,
Second Row: W. Hail, Ioan Rit-
ter, Phyllis Eakirx, Theodore Claq-
lin, Robert Simmons, Anita Stover.
First Row: Mary lane Wheeler,
Don Myers, lim Burrell, Ioan
Diane Iacobs, Phyllis Eakin, Allan
Libbe, Ioan Ritter, Ianet Wilkins
UNE MIT PLAYS
First Row, left to right: Renna Mae Willford, Frank Varlas, Marilyn Miller, Marian Orthey, lean
Harrington, Ruth Iordahl, Ruth Wilson, Ruth Duttweiler, Iames Howard, Lloyd Phillips, William
Second Row: Darl Ault, Ioan Erick, Saralu Covert, Sue Redpath, Norma Herge, Carol Fox, Ioan
Elmore, Donna Grener, Kay Presnell, Donald Myers, Robert Albright, Jack Myers, Dimite Buckley,
Georgianna Crane, Evelyn Brewer, Ioan Webb, Kent Bushonq.
Third Row: Allan Libbey, William Howard, lane Frowine, Mary Lou Taylor, Ruih Murphy, Sara
Smithson, Diane Bryan, Abigail Entriken, Diane lacobs, Rex Sites, Ioan Ritter, Phyllis Eakin, Ioanne
Gardner, Keith Bushong, Robert Simmons.
One of the character building forces of this construction project is the
Thespians. With grease paint and script individual characters are built into
an exciting myste1'y'or an all-American family, under the direction of Mr. Hall.
The future Sarah Bernhardt's and Iohn Barrymore's of the dramatic World are
being molded right here in the presence cf the community. Vlfhen one smiles at
fellow students, one may be smiling ai the future's greatest dramatic stars.
Whether it is realized or not one of the fundamental tools in the development
of character and personality in Findlay High, is the Weekly chapel programs.
To the participants, they give a feeling of satisfaction, self-assurance and the
knowledge of a job Well done. To the student body, they provide them each
Week with something Worthwhile to think about and should fill them with a
sense of pride in the tact that F. H. S. has some of the finest chapel programs in
the country. Everyone should appreciate the fine efforts that are put into the
practice and presentation of each chapel program. A visitor stated that F. H. S.'s
Chapels were the most interesting productions he has seen in any high school.
It is rather hard to believe that exclusive of choir participation, more than
one-third of the student body take part in chapel each year by Writing and
delivering talks, directing the devotionals and presenting musical numbers,
speeches, reading scriptures, reciting poems, or leading the Pledge of Allegi-
ance, Religion and reverence to God are two important' factors in the building
of a full life so Findlay High School tries to maintain this spirit in chapel
First Row. left to right: R. S.
Phillips, Anne Woods, Colleen
Van Worrner, Sara Caldwell,
Nancy McCall, Rosemary Rob-
bins, Nancy Williams, Mary
Second Row: Phyllis Eakin, Ioan
Hamilton, Dick Kelley, Toe Fassett,
Rex Medlock, lean Shaefer, Ioan
Third Row: lane Frowine, Ianet
Bradley, Mary Io Kownatzky,
Ann Rees, Barbara MacGregor,
Pat Gillett, Rex Sites.
The Future Teachers of
America, better known as
F. T. A., has as its objec-
tive, to help interested
students learn more about
the teaching profession.
Each member of the
organization is given the
opportunity of practice
teaching in the class he
desires. When teachers
are called away in an
emergency, members of
the F. T. A. are called
upon to take over.
The Math Club is prob-
ably one oi the most suc-
cessful clubs in Findlay
High School. This may be
an unusual statement, yet
it is true, because the mem-
bers attend meetings only
when they are interested
in the subject, which has
been announced previous-
The Math Club, Whose
intention it is to study
mathematical devices and
machines, has its meetings
either during school or at
night, depending on the
First Row. left to right: Miss
Kieffer, sponsor, Dari Ault, Bill
Parnpel, Marilyn Stultz, Frank
Anast, Evelyn Brewer, Catherine
Denhart, Doug Rees, Robert
Second Row: Richard Dennis,
Edward Green, Allan Libbe, Don
Fellabaum, David Hosler, Don
Hillery, David Loy, Robert Swish-
er, lean Shafer, ,Stephen Calhoun.
Third Row: Harold Quail, Keith
Bushong, Kent Bushong, Herbert
Marcus, Tohn Bradley, Oscar
Bradfute, Bill Howard, George
Siefreid, Norma Henry, Robert
Students Willing to devote
their time to checking attend-
ance, running errands, and
helping other students who
come to the office for lost articles
or conferences, come under the
heading oi office helpers.
First Row, leit to right: Mickey McKelvey, Leta lean Cross, Virginia Hedclick, Ioan
Rees, Martha Bauer, Pat Mason, Georgia Hall, Margaret Fetters, Alberta Daniels.
Second Row: Pat Theobald, Hazel Hayes, Doris Burnham, Thekla Wilck, Ann Murray,
UB EIVIES CLUB
First Row, left to right: Diane Davis, lean Turrnan, Ruth
Wilson, Doug Rees, Bill Wiseley, Betty Morgan, Abigail
Entriken, Ethel Marie Hall.
Second Row: R. S. Miller, Carolyn White, Kathleen Stimrnel,
Betty lean Wagner, Mary Manchester, Roberta Lyon, Iackie
Zimmerman, Hazel Hayes, Mable Hayes, Ruth Murphy,
Nancy McCall, Lois Slager, Mary Ann Mischke.
Third Row: Iuanita Mygrant, lean Hooper, Nancy Nelson,
Bob Swisher, Charles Magoon, lack Bonnell, David Loy,
Merle Wiitenmeyer, lean Harrington, Barbara Lowry, Ruth
Duttweiler, Marilyn Miller. ,
Fourth Row: Beverly Palmer, Sue Branclberry, loan Webb,
Frank Anast, Frank Varlas, Bill Musgrave, George Wisner,
gayiddHosler, Rex Medlcck, Pat Mason, Ruth lordahl, George
ie re .
Newly organized, the Senior Civics Club has
proved a remarkable success. The purpose oi
the club is to allow tree discussions on any
subject among its student members.
The officers for '45-'46 were president, Doug
Reesg vice-president, Bill Wiseleyy secretary,
Ruth Wilson: sponsor, B. S. Miller.
Library assistants perform the
valuable tasks of checking out
books, tiling returned books,
checking attendance and in
general helping the other stu-
dents who are in the library.
These assistants from the Li-
brary Science class plus a iew
volunteers give their regular
study halls over to helping in
To increase their knowledge
of science, by studying the
achievements of scientists, by
experimenting and constructing
scientific exhibits and models.
To encourage participation in
State Scholarship Tests, Science
Talent Search Examinations,
lunior Academy ot Science,
competition for the Bausch-Lomb
First Row, left to right: M. Lord, Mary Louise Cadwell, Colleen Van Wormer, Mary
Dressel, Abigail Entriken, Rosemary Robbins, lackie Zimmerman, Sara Caldwell, Dena
Second Row: Ruth Iordahl, Marian Orthey, Merle Wittenmeyer, Bill Hinton, Ruth Wilson,
Ioan Iones, Ioanne Kiehne.
Third Row: Cora Merton, leanne Smith, Donna lean Grener, Shirley Stevenson, Iune
Shawn, Ruth Murphy, Claire Ann Weinandy.
First Row: Frank Anast, George Siefred, Robery Zender, Robert Albright, Nolan Fergu-
son, Larry Murray, Bob Nelson, Tom Kennedy, Kinney Smith.
Second Row: C. F. Burkhart, Gene Patterson, David Loy, Charles Magoon, Ierry Hix,
lack Bonnell, lohn Bradley, Ed Green, Peter Rilling, Bill Howard, Bill Parnpell.
Third Row: Harold Quail, Doug Rees, Dari Ault, Kent Bushong, Keith Bushonq, lack
Dukes, Dick Clapp, Bill Connors.
First Row, leit to right: Mary Manchester, lean Turrnan, Diane Davis, Lois
Slager, Nancy IVfcCall, Colleen Van Wornier, Mary Dressel, Claire Ann
Weinaiidy, Kathleen Stimel, Frank Anast.
Second Row: Mary Ellen Boehm, Marian Grthey, Lester Tesnow, lack
Bonnel, Charles Magoon, Ierry l-fix, Ruth lordahl, David Loy, Robert
Third Row: Mr. Constien, luanita Mygrant, Nancy Nelson, Sue Brandy-
herry, Martha Bauer, Doug Bees, George Seifried, Ruth Wilson, Ruth
One of the highest honors which can be
bestowed on a student is that of being
a member of the National Honor Society.
Fifteen per cent of the Senior Class are
allowed to belong. Five per cent of these
are chosen in the junior year and the
remaining ten per cent in the senior
NATIUNAL HUNUR SUCIETY
First Row, left to right: Saralu Covert, Thelma Wy'Ef, loan Bitter, Marilyn
Baird, Evelyn Brewer.
Second Row: Margaret Folk, Allan Libbe, Paul Howard, Iohn Bradley,
Third Row: William Pampel, lean Shafer, Darl Ault, lack Myers.
Any student who has maintained a
"B" average throughout his four years
of high school is eligible.
The next requisite of these students is
to fill out a service blank, listing the
services he has rendered to the school.
This is checked by various faculty mem-
bers. After these blanks are turned in,
another list is prepared with the names
of the remaining candidates on it. This
is passed out among the candidates and
faculty and are graded by them on lead-
ership and character. After tabulation
the highest five and ten per cent are
admitted to the Society. No one factor
figures more than the others. All four
must be excellent.
First Row. left to right: Rex Sites, Diane Davis, Nancy Vossler, Don Rooney, Ioan Bowman, Earl
Lease, Richard Kelley, Mary Ellen Boehm, Barbara Wortman, lames Miles.
Second Row: Frances Ransbottom, Catherine Denhart, Ianice Nichols, Arthur Gilts, Robert Chesebro,
Howard Yawberg, Dale McGoon, Torn Kennedy, Reva Davidson, Mr. Mattoon.
This construction project has a group of iorernen, the reliable student council
representatives. Many of the school's activities have been planned and super-
vised by this loyal group. Sponsoring dances, selling stationery, reconverting
the old band room and other activities have made this group a busy one.
Twenty-two citizens of this community, one elected by each home roorn, consti-
tute the representative government, the link between faculty and students, and
are the iorernen of our engineering project. Here We learn the characteristics
of democratic government by practice. The student council has done ct good
job of guiding this engineering project through a prosperous year.
First Row, left to righi: R. S. Phillips, Beverly Palmer, Richard Roqqe, Colleen Van Worrner, Mary
Heischrnan, Elden Bright.
Second Row: Donald Warnick, Douglas Rees, Robert Howard, Keith Bushonq, Gene Patterson,
Theodore Claflin, Thomas Miles.
Third Row: Phillip Broughten, Mary Murphy, Kay Pressnell, Ann Murray, Sara Caldwell, lohn
In keeping With their objective to conserve and restore Wild lite, the Findlay
Bird Club takes care of the Bird Sanctuary, distributing bird seed throughout
the Winter season, planted 1,000 fine seedlings this year as part of reforestation
First Row. left to right: Iack Dukes, Donald Fellahaurn, Iohn Bradley, Robert
Williams, Iames Shrote, Iarnes Simmons, Iohn Hamilton, Robert Swisher, Lester
Second Bow: Iessie Wyat, Ruth Wittenmyer, Kinney Smith, Torn Kennedy, Edwin
Smith, Theodore Clailin, Lyle Niswander, Robert Albright, Harold Quail, John
Thatcher, Wonetci Overy. '
Third Row: Virgil Bender, lohn Young, Paul Feller, William Parnpell.
Through the Work of this club the visual education program
in the school is carried out. The members operate and take care
of all ot the projection equipment and films in the school.
The officers for this year Were president, Lester Tesnowg
Vice-president, Ed Srnithg and secretary, Bob Swisher. This club
is under the direction of P. S. Hochstettler.
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First Row, left to right: Miss
Kiefler, sponsor, M. Dressel, I.
Stultz, S. Brandelaerry, N. McCall,
I. Zimmerman, M. E. Boehm, C.
Pressnell, M. McKe1vey, D. Bryan,
V. Browneller, A. Entrilcin, C. Van
Second Row: B. Bauman, B. Wel-
tord, I. Veit, I. Myqrant, M. Bauer,
I. Webb, N. Nelson, I. Harrington,
P. Mason, M. Orthey, B. Lowry,
B. Wilson, I. Hooper, R. Iordahl,
M. Miller, K. Stimmel, L. Slaqer.
Third Row: M. Misarnore, B. Lyon,
M. L. Taylor, I. Shawen, M. Man-
chester, C. A. Weinandy, B.
Murphy, M. A. Mischke, B. Mor-
gan, B. Palmer, S. Caldwell, D.
Davis, E. M. Hall,
First Row, left to right: I. Hamil-
ton, B. Walters, V. Vance, B.
Heissia, M. Foltz, D. D. I-lamaide,
I. Bitter, C. Merten, K. L. Haley,
B. Breitiqan, M. Baker, C, White,
D. Iacobs, A. Murray, I. Gardner,
P. Mallonee, N. Herqe, I. Bowman.
Second Row: P. Fout, I. Ehriclc,
B. Wyatt, B, Hare, D. Browneller,
B. Rose, A. M. Bose, P. Anspach,
I. Hamilton, P. Ealcin, N. Alspach,
P. Whaley, D, Smith, C, Denhart.
Third Row: N. Ammons, M. Fisher
F. Foltz, L. Rowell, D. Wolfe, V
Welsh, M. Murphy, I. Thomas, I
Smith, I. Rieck, M. Folk, D. Buck-
ley, I. Kiehne, N. Swartz, E. Brew-
er, I. Friesner, A. Warren, N
Hayes, V. Fisher.
Fourth Row: P. Gorman, M. I
Wheeler, M. Fisher, B. Kenyon
E. Ferrell, E. Hosairos, I, Collet
I. Behus, C. Fox, I. Frowine, L
Bayer, I. Elmore, N. Henry, M. L
Steeqman, S. Stevenson, P. Gillett
T. DuMond, P. Stowell, G, Crane
First Row, left to right: M. Hollen-
back, B. Cole, M. Enqlancl, I
Cavins, M. L. McClelland, L
Stone, M. Orwick, M. Kitchen, C
Launcler, I. Stahl, B. Davidson, M
Cadwell, M. Letterson L. Henry
P. Roberts, D. Seaman, P. Bar-
kimer, I, Hoppe, M. Iaffke.
Second Row: A. Doll, A. Iohnson,
,C, Hardwick, P. Blackford, P.
Reimuncl, N. Pahl, V. Colling-
wood, B. Brown, A. Bees, 'T
Wilch, I. A. Campbell, M. Shep-
ard, B. Kahlo, W. Hause.
Third Row: I. Miller, B. Keller, E.
Mosier, K. Bell, N. Williams, B.
Kirk, L. Friddell, M. Keller, B.
Hunter, I, Leach, I. Harshlaaraer,
M. I. Kownatzlcy, D. A. Krout, N.
Miller, Barbara. MacGregor, .I.
Bradley, A. Child, E. Smith, V.
Wheeler, A. Stover, N. Elsea.
Fourth Row: D. Pinkerton, M.
Karn, E. Mains, B. Morris, E. Mc-
Bill, M. Malcolm, I. Mitchell, B.
Veil, R. Robbins, I. Nichols, M.
Morris, I. Mitchell, I. Dickerson, I.
Beltz, G. Codner, G. Gohlke, B.
Courtney. N. Barnhart, B. Baker.
First Row, lei! to right: Rebecca Wyatt, Ieanne Slack, Nancy Second Row: Don Warnick, Wayne Beck, loan Collet, Ellen Thomas,
Alspach, Betty Breitiqan, Katherine Denhart, Barbara Brown, Eldon Esther Hosafros, Ioan Hamilton, Sue Brandeberry, Claire Ann
Beery, Harold Quail, Nancy McCall, Don Stacy, Phyllis Gannen. Weinandy, Diane Iacobs, Nancy Williams, Woneta Ovary, Ruth
Wittenmyer, Rex Medlock.
Third Row: Victoria Vance, Frances Fenstermaker, Loyola Lonsway,
Shirley Waaland, Mary Cadwell, Carol Maines, Bill Howard,
Stephen Calhoun, Robert Zender, Dick Kelly, Berneice Riker.
First Row, leit to right: H. lohnston, Nancy Vossler, Mary Ann Second Row: Georgia Hall, Martha Bauer, Sue Branclyberry,
Mischke, Ruth Iordahl, Colleen Van Wormer, Lois Slaqer, Nancy luanita Mygrant, Ruth Duttweiler, Ioan Webb, Mary Ellen Boehm,
McCall, Ethel Marie Hall, Marilyn Miller, Barbara Rieck, Diane Barbara Lowry, Pat Mason, Ieanne Hooper, Nancy Nelson, Betty
Third Row: Mary Dressell, Beverly Palmer, Kathleen Stirnmel,
Claire Ann Weinandy, Georqianna Carpenter, Mary Manchester,
Margaret Fetters, Hazel Hayes, Mabel Hayes, Virginia Browneller,
28 Betty Morgan, Ioann Ryder.
First Row, left to right: F. Anost
B, Wisely, D. Rees, M. Witten
myer, D, Courtney, L. Wilch, F
Vorlcrs, G. Siefried, B. Lishcrwo
D. Sink, D. McBride, B. Nelson.
Second Row: D. D. Lawrence, D
Myers, M. Clevenqer, I. Kettle
well, I. Hix, B. Spitzer, I. Wecrver
B. Swisher, I. Schrote, I. Bonnell
G. Wisner, I. Powell, L. Phillips.
Third Row: B. Simmons, I. Yox
sirner, D. Treece, I. Oppermon, D
Rooney, D. Broughton, V. Burns
I. Cook, D. Loy, B. Breda, D
Rinehart, K. Smith.
First Row, left to right: R. S. Miller
G. Clymer, E. Berry, I. Young, B
Pofpel, I. Arnold, I. Miller, I
Brodley, D. Perkins, T, Chcrteloin
I. Stohl, B. Albright, D. Wisner.
Second Row: B. Stewart, I. Lcrube
G. Love, D. Felloboum, B. Miller
B. Cole, H. Quoil, D. Zimmerman
B. Webb, D. Stctcy, I. Myers, S
Third Row: R. Rinehart, K. Mise-
more, I. Simmons, T. Copeland
R. Hoy, E. Bright, G. Patterson, D
Myers, L. Niswonder, I. Reynolds
Fourth Row: I. Willionis, B. How-
orcl, G. Durbin, A. Lilnbe, I. Taylor
I. Beckman, I. Ridge, L. Wittebcrt
L, VV'nCrlc1r1c.i, T. Kennedy, oi
First Row, left to right: I. Dunliom,
D. Slouqli, I. Rooney, W. Myqrant,
E. Crcrwfis, D. Denrntfrn, E. Miles,
B. Michaels, I. Tlicitclier, I. Ferris,
Second Row: I. Quinltim, C. Doyle
D. Kelly, D. Burretl, I. Fossett, C
Lutz, B. Cliesebro, I. Peterson, I
Leech, I. Durtlcip, B. Moore, D.
Third Row: P. Broughton, I.
Schaeffer, G. Whitter, I. Iones, D.
Lyon, B. Connor, N. Ferguson, M.
Redick, I. Ferris.
First Row, left to right: Sara Caldwell, Marie Leader, Thelma Wyer,
Betty Bretigan, Mary Heischman, Marjorie England, Mary Feller.
Second Row: E. Anstaett, Frances Fensterfaker, Bill Howard, Oscar
Bradfute, lack Bonne-ll, Dick Treece, Rex Medlock.
Third Row: Lawrence Kirkendahl, Douglas Rees, Charles Magoon,
Robert Williams, lames Miles, Earl Blunk, Ruth Wittenmeyer.
Findlay High is fortunate indeed to have such a
Well organized and efficiently run cafeteria Each
noon hungry crowds rush to take their place in line
Many students, as well as the cook, give generously
of their time to prepare these meals regularly The
service is efficient, the food good, the surroundlngs
pleasant. What more could one want?
BLUE AND GOLD STAFF
First Row, left to right: Iean'Turman, Ierry Taylor Jeanne Smith Allan Llbbe Ruth Wilson Ge'ie
Love, Jody Wiedrnan, lack Myers, Marilyn Miller
Second Row: C. W. l-lunsicker, Colleen Van Worrner Mary lane Wheeler Abigail Entrikin Claire
Ann Weinandy, Naomi Elsea, Carol Royle, Mary Ann Mischke Betty Hunter
This year's Blue and Gold received a sec-
ond place rating in the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association's annual contest. This is the
first year the paper has belonged to this
The staff members are Ruth Wilson, editor-
in-chiefp Allan Libbe, assistant editor: Colleen
Van Wormer, business rnanaqerp lody Wied-
man, assistant business manaqerp Marilyn
Miller, art editorg Gene Love, feature editorp
Carol Hayle, department editor: leanne Smith,
club editor, lack Myers, sports editory Mary
lane Wheeler, alumni editor: Claire Ann
Weinancly, senior sketch editor: lean Turrnan,
make-up assistant: lerry Taylor, exchange
editor: Mary Ann Mischke, Abigail Entriken,
Betty Hunter and Naomi Elsea, news and
The development of skills, abilities and the acquisition of knowledge are
equally as important in helping individuals to make their maximum contribution
to community Welfare as they are important tor individual security.
These developments which will function in the lives of good citizens in a
democratic society are presented in the curricular program of classes, the
library, shops, and laboratories.
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An appreciation oi music is one ot the finest things one
may get out ot lite. Well chosen and expertly played music
is an enjoyment no Well-balanced individual should be
The music department with its adept instructors, not
only affords the opportunity for those gifted with musical
ability to smooth the rough edges, but also provides the
richness of musical production to the entire community.
The upholding of this traditional asset should be the main-
stay of all oi the citizens of the community, and the nation.
One ot the most important factors of this project is the
basis for an understanding and appreciation of the finer
things in life. The World is full of music, and it must con-
tinue to provide the fulfillment of many dreams. l
First Row, left to right: Abigail Entrikin, Sue Brandyberry,
Nina Coldren, lane Frowine, Ruth Iordahl, Marion
Orthey, Mary Io Trask.
Second Row: Don Rooney, Rex Medlock, Iohn Kettlewell,
Robert Swisher, Earl Lease, Bill Spitzer, Gene Hall,
David Dickey, Iohn Wolfe.
The operetta given this year, "Blossom
Time", was among the finest operettas ever
presented at Findlay Senior High School.
lt is hard to imagine the number of hours
of Work and the cooperation of so many de-
partments necessary to put on such a pro-
The art classes and the Wood shop were re-
sponsible ior the authentic scenery, and the
lighting and stage crews played very import-
ant parts. The Home Economics group had
a tremendous task in the care and assigning
of costumes. This is naming only a few of the
groups that Worked horrd to make the oper-
etta a success.
The cast Worked diligently from Ianuary
until March preparing their parts.
The chorus and orchestra also gave of
their time and talents. All were blended to-
gether under the skillful direction of W. Oscar
Iones who should receive the most credit of
all, for he. not only directed the orchestra,
chorus and cast, but supervised all production
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Seated, left to right: Martha Bauer,
Marian Orthey, Lois Slager, Mary Ann
Standing: Nancy Nelson, Charles Ma-
gcon, Ruth Iordahl, Nancy McCall,
Left to right: Lois Slager, Barbara Rieck,
Mary Ann Mischke, Martha Bauer, Rich-
ard Treece, Kathleen Stimmell, Faculty
Advisor G. R, Constien.
The problems ot selecting a theme, carrying
it out through the pages, deciding what pic-
tures should go into the annual, and arrang-
ingthe order of events were all tasks of the
make-up staff. Many hours were spent on the
arrangement and rearrangement of the book.
The fine job these people performed cannot
be overlooked. They had to start with nothing
save an idea and then materialize it into a
reality in order that the other departments
might finish the job.
Once the annual was made up the editorial
board Went to Work. Arrangements for the
taking of pictures, mounting the pictures,
identifying personalities, making the contracts
with the printer and engraver, choosing a
a cover, soliciting the advertisements, selling
the book, writing the descriptions, drawing
the diagrams, and solving the multitude of
other problems, constituted the Work oi this
board. All of the finishing touches and dis-
tribution were taken care of by the people
In addition to these people were the pho-
tographers: Toe Opperrnan, Carol Presnell,
the Writers: Ruth Wilson, and Nancy Nelson,
faculty supervisors, G. R. Constien--sponsor:
T. D. Schmunk-make-up: Miss Ruth Switzer-
businessy and Miss Clara Eagle-art.
First Row. lett to right: Norma Herge,
Patsy Whaley, Dena Smith, Evelyn
Standing: Lois Slager, Barbara Rieck.
First Row, left to right: R. Switzer, Iackie
Zimmerman, Beverly Palmer, Ruthanna
Denman, Donna lean Grener.
Second Row: lean Turman, Ioan Webb,
Bob Swisher, Dick Treece, lean Harring-
ton, Ruth Wilson, Ioan Ryder.
Third Row: Sue Brandyberry, Barbara
Rieck, Kathleen Stimmel, Rex Medlock,
Rena Wilford, Ruth Murphy.
The world will always recognize true
beauty, and a part of this beauty are the
works of art drawn by skilled and inspired
artists. A natural talent is needed to develop
attractive settings and paintings. These stu-
dens who give their time and talents to any
work are highly commended. All may appre-
ciate the time and effort put into the montages
and artistic work which is shown on these
pages. Many hours were required to assist
with the planning of this book, laying out
page, creating designs, and developing draw-
ings which were used for many of the divis-
ion pages and etchings. Learning to co-oper-
ate, and to make use of talent and ability,
are the main problems in the life which all
are faced with in getting along in the world.
The co-editors of the art department are
Lois Slager and Barbara Rieck.
To be able to sell something, 'whether it be
merchandise or one's own abilities, is the key-
note in every occupation. The experience re-
ceived in soliciting without help, to business
places and collection for these advertisements
is one which gives a practical experience. lt
is no small job for those on this staff to pre-
pare the ads in accordance with the wishes
of the business men, collect the money, and
distribute the annuals. Tomorrow's citizens
are well on their way to becoming a working
member of their society.
The business manager for this year is Rich-
ard Treece, with Bob Swisher as his assistant.
Kathleen Stimmel, circulation manager: lean
The functioning ci an alert mind can operate most efficiently in strong healthy
bodies. The development ot appreciations tor habits and for maintaining healthy
minds in healthy bodies is carried out in the gymnasium, health laboratories,
physical examinationsg interscholastic anol intramural sports programs, and
First Row, left to right: Merle Whittenniyeiy Ierry Hix, George Wisner, lohn Kettlewell, Max
Clevenger, La Mont Wilch, Don Courtney, Dick Treece, Bill Spitzer, Doug Rees, Robert Swisher,
Iarnes Yoxsirner, Dick Broughton.
Second Row: Philip Bikle, assistant coach, Howard Yawberg, Ir , Raymond Kimmel, Austin Roberts,
Oscar Bradtute, Henry Lauwers, loe Passett, lack Swisher, Iohn Bradley, Bill Webb, Jack Swick,
lack Harris, Arthur Gilts, H. H. Yawberg, coach, L. C. Keller, faculty athletic manager,
Third Row: Bill Howard, Merril Redick, Robert Albright, Bill Michaels, Robert Willfcrd, Larry Romer,
Clerence Lutz, Douglas Zimmerman, Ervin Miles, Franklin Custard, Torn Miles, Iohn Young, Richard
From tour straight losses to five straight victories-that's the Horatio Alger
record of this band of stout-hearted Trojans,
The inability to crash through to early season successes was aided and
abetted by an overabundance oi sickness, injuries, inexperience, and bus fires.
These obstacles overcome, Coaches Yawberg and Bikle were able to mold
together a consistent winner. The line became irnpregnable, and as it did, the
veteran backs began to click.
The high-light oi the season was reached when the Trojans upset the highly
favored South Tigers, holding them to a net minus tive yards. A victory over
Fostoria in the season's finale, a high-light in any season, climaxed the carn-
lim Yoxsirner, center, and Dick Treece, halt-back, were honored with berths
on the all-league tearn.
F. H. S. Opponents F. H. S. Opponents
O Middletown ..... ....... l 4 13 Marion Harding .......... 6
- 6 Bowling Green . . . . . 7 6 Lima Souih l 1 ' . i l O
U Fremont Ross ..... . . 13 4 F I 6
6 Tiffin coiumbitm .. .. 7 1 Osfofw -- -
19 Lima Central ..... . . 7 78 Totals .. . .' 60
First Row, lei! to righi: Marjorie Boker, Iocznne Kiehne.
Second Row: Norma Herqe, Iocmn Bowmcmn, Norma Henry
First Row. left to right: P. W. Bikle, L. C. Keller, R. S. Phillips.
Second Row: H. H. Ycxwberq, C. C. Bcchmcm, E. C. Bartlett.
First Row, left to right: lack Miller, Richard Barrett, Ioe Fassett, Paul Howard, Altred Steeqman, lack
Second Row: Howard Yawberg, Robert Chesbro, Robert Moore, Charles Doyle, Ervin Miles, Iohn
Iones, Iames Dunnum, Mr. Bachman.
Third Row, Managers: Richard Rogqe, Robert Piferf Wayne Iohnson.
The remarkable record ot this year was beyond the expectations of many
fans. This was 1arge1y due to the fact that the team consists mainly ot sopho-
mores with the exception of two juniors.
'Within the next two years this team, as teams in the past will undoubtedly
help to uphold the standard of the school. For the third straight year, Coach
Carl Bachman's team has won the Buckeye League, this year Without a defeat
Opponents F. H. S. Opponents F. H. S.
37 Galion .... ...... 2 9 24 Tiffin' Columbia .......... 25
26 Bexley .......... . . . 25 27 Sandusky ..... . . . 28
22 Tiffin Columbia .... . . . 34 47 Kenton ..... . . . 31
42 Lima Central .... . . . 30 30 Fremont ........ . . . 32
24 Lima South . . . . . . 21 21 Bowling Green . . . . . . . 40
17 Napoleon . . . . . . 50 39 Fostoria ....... . . . . . 46
31 Fremont ....... . . . 38 Tournament
25 Bowling Green . . . . . 35 31 Lima Central .... . . . 56
17 Fostoria ..... . . . 40 31 Galion ....... . . . 27
Left to right: R. S. Phillips,
Robert Rinehart, Douglas
Zimmerman, Iames How-
ard, Harold Quail, Charles
Meed, Elden Bright.
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Bill Miller, and Harold Quail. 4
The cross-country coach is R. S. Phillips.
First Row. left to right:
Robert Cole, Richard
Perkins, Robert Williams,
Donald Hillery, Ed Green,
Ierry Quilan. I
Second Row: Dwight Rine-
hart, Van Burns, Roger
Gallant, Harold Quail, L. C.
First Row, left to right: Richard Wink, Ioan Veit, Kay
Presnell, Nina Coldren, Virginia Wheeler, Dean Hailey,
Margaret Sheppard, Virginia Browneller, Frank Anast,
Pat Mitchell, loan Hoppe, Sue Redpath.
Second Row: Iarnes Rooney, William Miller, Iean Harring-
ton, Kent Bushong, Lucianne Bayer, Donald Rooney,
Marian Orthey, Elden Bright, Martha Bauer, Richard Hoy,
Earl Lease, lack Myers, Rita Kahlo.
Third Row: Mr. Hochstettler, Iames Altman, Thomas
Miles, Glen Durbin, Lyle Niswander, Iody Wiedrnan,
Herbert Marcus, Donald Hillary, Reid Seamen, Robert
Weissling, Ierry Quinlan, Michey Long, Wayne Beck,
Fourth Row: Darl Ault, Gene Hurrel, Gene Love, Barbara
Wortman, Carol Fox, William Pampel, Harold Quail,
William Lishawa, Allan Libey, Gene Hall, Kieth Bushong.
Bowling was reinstated as an intramural sport this year at F. H. S. after an
absence ot several years.
The first round started with twelve teams of five, each bowling two lines.
A second round was also started in the spring with four on a team and bowling
P. C. Hochstettler acted as sponsor for the organization.
The champion team consists of Virginia Browneller, Louis Fleck, Martha
Bauer, lames Rooney, and Robert Weissling.
NURSES EXAM HUME NURSING
Useful citizens must be able to adapt themselves to any circumstances and
know what to do in any emergency in order to preserve human life. Students
enrolled in the nursing course learn how to take care of invalids, sick patients,
babies, and shut-ins.
E. ll. Il.
First Row, left to right: Marjorie Karn, Ioan Mitchell,
Theda Fetters, Mary E, Leiierson, Marilyn Morrison,
Ianice Michols, Dorotha Pinkerton, Geven Codner, Rose-
mary Robbins, Ioan Dickerson, Greta Gohlke.
Second Row: Reva Davidson, Mary Cadwell, Martha
Zender, Molly Keller, Cleo Launder, Phyllis King, Doris
Davidson, Elaine Smith, Betty Courtney, Mary Oberley,
Iune Beltz, Colleen Wright, Cleo Van Atta.
Third Row: Eleanor Mosier, lanet Bradley, Luella Friddell,
Barbara Brown, Peg Blackford, Ann Rees, Virginia
Groves, Peg Barkimer, Doris Seaman, Iune Harshbarqer,
Rita Kahlo, Anita Stover, Naomi Elsea.
Fourth Row: Eilleen Maines, Luette Stove, Margaret
Shepard, Rosemary Kirk, Mary F. Wiseley, Nancy
Williams, Marie Orwick, Mary Io Woodward, Farna
Hindall, Ioan Miller, Ioan Hoppe.
IUNIORS AND SENIORS
First Row, left to right: Kay Pressnell, loan Stultz, Barbara Third Row: Mary E. Boehrn, loan Harnilton, Neva Am-
Baurnan, Martha Bauer, Sara Caldwell, Marilyn Misa- rnons, lean Hamilton, Phyllis Eakin, Shirley Stevenson
more Mickey McKelvey.
Second Row: Miss March, Evelyn Ferrall, Marylyn Stultz, Fourth Row: Virginia Redick, Dorothy Wolfe, Virginia
loan Kiehne, Suzanne Redpath, Marjorie Baker, Carol Welsh, Norma Hayes, Anna Mae Rose, Betty Abell
Warner, Charlotte Walters.
Marjorie Rees, Norma Herqe,
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By this time the experimenting is drawing
to a close. The finished product is beginning
to take shape. One may look upon it now and
almost know What it Will look like. But
changes are still inevitable, as they will be
throughout the lives oi all of these young men
and Women. This is what makes life so good,
for our mistakes may be rectified and our
good deeds continued.
Still in the casting stage of becoming useful
citizens are the underclassmen. What is in
store tor them remains to be seen. But no mat-
ter What it might be, they Will be equipped to
cope with anything which might arise, A full,
rich background of high school experience
will be theirs. They are a part ot this great
project to mold better citizens tor tomorrow
and the next day.
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Vice President Secretary President
Edward Green Carol Fox Paul I-Iowcxrd
SOPHOMORE 4 CLASS OFFICERS
Merrit Redick Peter Rilling
HOME ROOM 213
First Row: F. Brandenloerqer.
Virqil Bender, Nancy Alspach.
Donna Arnold, Constance
Boclcstette, Dorothy Brownell-
er, lvlarlorie Baker, leanne
Adams, Betty Breitiqan, Carl
Second Row: Evelyn Brewer,
Marilyn Bfzird, Bonald Bower,
Bay Boelcnirn, Elden Briqht,
Robert Albright, Luciano Bury'
er, Dimite Buckley, Pliylis
Third Row: Carolyn Bucrklancl,
lohn Beckman, Darl Ault,
Neva Annnons, lohn Arnold,
Oscar Bradtute, lohn Bradley,
lames Bowers, Wayne Beck,
Absent: Betty Abell, loe Alex-
ander, Don Beamer, Elden
Beery, loan Bowman.
HOME ROOM 204
First Row: P. Hofrhstettlor, Stn-
alu Covert, Frances Foltz, Paul
Fellers, Bonnie Harrison, Doi-
oihy Dela l-lamaide, loan Eh-
rick, Martha Foltz, Tom Chat-
elain, Catherine Denhart, Pat
Second Row: loan Elrnom,
Barbara Crocker, Margaret
Foltz, Georqianna Crane,
Thelma Dulvlond, Verlna Fish-
er, Carol Fox, Phyllis Ealcin,
Mary Fisher, Evelyn Farrell,
Third Row: Stephen Calhoun,
Bolo Clark, George Clymer,
Glenn Durbin, Keith Bushona,
Kent Buslionq, Bill Emerson,
Don FGlliIlfDt,I1,llTi, Dick Fitz-
patrick Derry Fisliel, Bill
HOME ROOM 113
First Row: B. Kieiter, Katy
Haley, Betty Hare, Betty Han-
inan, Di-'ine lacobs, Esther
I-losalros, Norma Hayes, Wil-
liam Huth, loanne Gardner,
'Second Row: lack Grinclell,
loanne Hamilton, Dean Hailey,
Don Green, Norma Henry,
lane Frowine, Norma Herae,
Third Row: Tom Haley, Dick
Huffman, Dick Hoy, Ed Green,
Don l-lille-ry, Roger Gallant,
Bill Howard, Jeanne Hamilton,
HOME ROOM 13
First Row: F. A. Shull, Frances
May, Mary Murphy, Clifford
Might, Irene Minutti, Cora
Merten, Alice Litzenberg, Pr
tricia Mallonee, Ann Murray.
Second Row: Ioann Kiehz
Pat Mitchell, Albert Leckey,
Tom Miles, Eugene King,
Kenneth Misamore, Barbara
Kenyon, Jackie Morrison, loe
Third Row: Gene Love, Bill
Miller, Marian Miller, Iarnes
Miles, Allan Libbe, Margaret
Kring, Herbert Marcus, lack
Miller, Iohn Laube, Ierry
HOME ROOM 7
First Row: Harold Quail, Bart
Pardee, Loren Palmer, Iames
Ridge, Ioe Paxton, Dave My-
ers, Gene Patterson, lack Rey-
nolds, Lyle Niswander, lack
Vlyers, Robert Piter.
Second Row: Richard Perkins,
3arbara Reissig, Ioan Ritter,
loan Rees, Betty Robinson,
Caroline Parks, William Pam-
oel, lo Anne Rader, Iune
Rehus, LaDonna Rowell, lane
Rieck, Anna Rose,
Third Row: Mary Roller, Ken-
neth Richey, Marjorie Reese,
Frances Ransbottoni, Betty
Rose, Sara Palmer, Suzanne
Redpath, Wanda Peterson,
Robert Rinehart, Carol Rayle.
HOME ROOM 5
First Row: Betty Van Meter,
Pat Theobald, Bonnie Walters,
Ann Thompson, Ieanne Slack,
Robert Snyder, Dena Smith,
Rose St. Myers, Marilyn Stultz,
Second Row: Iean Thomas,
Marilyn Tinder, Helen Traut-
man, Marie Teal, Ruth Sharpe,
leanne Smith, Norma Swartz,
Dorah Smith, Rex Sites.
I'hird Row: Shirley Taylor,
Shirley Stevenson, Mary Lou
Steegman, Iames Stahl, Jeanne
Shafer, loe Tooley, Dick
Slaughterbeck, Don Stacy,
Loren Waalancl, Ierry Taylor.
HOME ROOM 4
First Row: R. Kuenzli, Char-
lotte Walter, Thelma Wyer,
Mary lane Wheeler, Ioan
Vtfells, Arthur Whetstone, lack
Williams, Patsy Whaley, Mari-
yn .Wheeler, Don Warnick,
Second Row: Rebecca Wyatt,
Mary Kathryn Yates, Anne
Warner, Carol Warner, Vir-
qinia Welsh, Dorothy Wolfe,
Esther Vondran, Shirley Waa-
land, Charlotte Wohlqamuth,
Ianet Wilkins, Betty William-
ffhird Row: Bill Webb, Iody
Wiedman, Robert Williams,
Laverne Wittebort, Dick Wil-
son, Douglas Zimmerman,
Firmin Wittebort, lack Weiss-
linq, Don Wisner, Robert
Zender, Barbara Wortman,
HOME ROCMS 103 6: 2
First Row: D. Ricketts, Charles
Archibald, Iames Altman,
Stanley Hoffman, lack Daunee,
Iohn Sutton, Clyde Van Worm-
er, Charles Yost.
Second Row: Frank Custard,
lim Brown, lack Swick, Carol
Miller, William Staufer, Gold
Rimer, Lynn Helms.
Third Row: Dale McGoon,
Kenneth Currie, Homer Lentz,
William IVIcRill, Richard Lau-
wers, Paul Heuberqer, Richard
Kring, Robert Meek, Robert
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First Row: C. F. Burkhart, Max-
ine Cole, Mary Cadwell, Vir-
ginia Boren, loan Brenneman,
lune Beltz, Max Allen, Gwen
Codner, Anne Child, Phillip
Broughton, Kay Bell,
Second Row: Leroy Barkirner,
Dick Damon, Martin Brown,
lanet Bradley, Nila Barnard,
Bonnie Cole, Ralph Bennett,
Earl Blunk, Franklin Brown,
Richard Clapp, Dean Arras.
Third Row: Eernadine Baum-
lein, loanne Cavins, Betty
Bruce, Peggy Barkirner, Bob
Chesebro, Dick Barrett, Russell
Boren, Peg Blackford, Barbara
Brown, Ioan Campbell, Vir-
Absent: Betty Baker, Dick
Denman, Natalie Barnhart,
HOME ROOM 104
First Row: Miss Wiest, lames
Dunham, Mary Feller, Teresa
Fabian, Theda Pelters, loan
Dickerson, Betty Courtney,
Ruth Courtney, Keith Dick,
Second Row: Bill Connor,
Naomi Elsea, Duane Ennis,
Marjorie England, Howard
Curth, Everett Crawfis, Dick
Corlnin, Luella Friddell, Wil-
lard Decker, Doris Fellers,
Third Row: Danny Eagan,
Paul Firestone, lack Dukes,
Roberta Ewing, Charles Doyle,
Joe Fassett, Charles Eellers,
Laurence Decker, Nolan Fer-
guson, lack Dunlap, lack Fer-
HOME ROOM 105
First How: C. W. Hunsicker,
Dorothy Holland, Dale Hos-
mari, Betty Hunter, Virginia
Eruth, Greta Gohlke, Farna
Hindall, Rutlianna Hershey,
Bob Harrell, Earl Hartman.
Second Row: loan Greek,
Melissa Heischnian, Beverly
Gruliln, loan Hoppe, June
Harshbdrger, L o i s Henry,
Cleon l-latch, Delores Hedges,
Verna Mae Gardner, Mariha
Third Row: Carolyn Hardwick,
Howard Hahn, Peggy Higley,
Bob Howard, Bill Hinton,
Eugene Gardner, Everelt Hol-
land, Virginia Groves, Eugene
l-lurrell, Wilma Hause.
HOME ROOM 9
First Row: Ralph S. Miller,
Mary Ellen Lefierson, Nick
Karcher, Mary lo Kownatsky,
Martha LaWarre, Marilyn Kit'
chen, Betty Keller, Robert
Kistler, Marilyn lafike, Mar-
Second Row: Dick Lyons,
Eileen Mains, Cleo Launder,
Doris Ann Krout, Rosemary
Kirk, Barbara MacGregor, Rita
Kahlo, Ioan lanes, Molly Kel-
ler, lo Anne Leach, Leoma
Third Row: lohn lanes, lack
Leach, Alice Iohnson, Law-
rence Kirl-zendall, Dick Kelley,
Clarence Luty, Dick Hutton,
lohn Karcher, Burdette Long,
Raymond Leeper, Bill Ish.
HOME ROOM 108
First Row: Miss Huclnell, Dick
Pletcher, lim Moul, Mary Mal-
colm, loan Mitchell, Hohanna
Mitchell, Dortha Pinkerton, Ev-
elyn McRill, Eugene Ossman,
Second Row: loanne Miller,
lanice Nichols, Norma Pohl,
Kenneth Powell, Russel Nous,
Harold Parcher, Marilyn Mor-
Third Row: Nancy Miller,
Mary Lynn McClelland, Ierry
Quinlan, Donald Mc N u t t,
Wayne Myqrant, David Mal-
lory, Erwin Miles, Bill Mi-
chaels, Marie Orwick, Betty
HOME ROOM 1 1 1
First Row: Mrs. Lowell, Dick
Riker, Martlta Rigas, Rose-
mary Robliins, Mary Olaerly,
Rosemary Roether, loan Ritter,
Berne-ice Riker, Dick Roaae.
Second Row: Elaine Smith,
Phyllis Riemund, Merritt Red-
ick, Lawrence Scoby, Doris
Seaman, Roy Sclnnunk, Dick
Slough, Ann Rees, Patsy Rob-
erts, Margaret Shepard, Ierry
Third Row: Larry Romer, Ed
McDonald, Otto Schindler, loe
Rayburn, lames Routson, Peter
Rillinq, Dick Roberts, lim
Shafer, Don Smith, Dick Rada-
lan ' 1
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HOME ROOM 112
First How: Mr. Frack, Lewis
Woodruff, Iames Weekly, Col-
leen Wright, Barbara Veit,
Io Anne Stall, Ann Woods,
Richard Wink, Ray Stewart,
Second Row: Martha Zender,
Io Anne VanDenburq, Gene
Witter, Ellen Thomas, Edwin
Stevenson, Mary Wisely,
Thekla Wilch, Nancy Wil-
liams, Virginia Wheeler, Cleo
Van Atta. '
Third Row: Mary lo Wood-
ward, Howard Yawberq, Rolo-
ert Williord, Don Walker, Rage
er Wanamaker, Raymond
Wells, Doyle Staniield, Iames
Thatcher, Anita Stover, Luette
HOME ROOMS 102 6: 2
First Row: I. D, Schmunk,
Howard Strait, Bill Vannoy,
Vernon Van Atta, Lyle Arnold,
Mearl Smith, Charles Drake,
Second Row: lack Harris, Elf
den Bohn, Robert Loy, Robert
Campbell, Dale Yoder, Russel
Teeqardin, Kenneth Horner,
Howard Gaertner, Torn More
Third Row: Leland Karrick,
Gerald Wolford, Ed Foreman,
Robert Kirk, Alfred Steegman,
Orville Misamore, Ray Kim-
mel, Dwight Treece.
Absent: Max O. Huffman, lack
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School rather reluctantly began.
Everything's in Tip top shape except for the
sophomores. They just can't seem to find their
way to classes.
County Fair-School already routine.
Only a half day of school. -
10-A rainy day and not much happened.
13-The football team not in such good condition
with our backfield crippled.
14-Our first football game with Middletown. We
20-Girls Mixer-Some Fun! Rieck and Sink broke
up but went back together again: let's make
up our minds!
21-Trojans played Bowling Green and lost, 7-5.
ouncil elected Earl Lease as President
25-Student C ' X.
26-Home Room 202 gave the first Chapel. Their
theme was "Ours is the World."
28-Blue and Golds came out, announced class
oficers. Bill Spitzer was named Prexy with
Monty Wilch as Vice Prexy and Iim Yoxsimer
as Secretary. Trojans lost game with Fremont.
2-Glen Whistler, former F. H. S. graduate gave
3-Mrs. Barnum Brown, an explorer spoke in audi-
Tiffin Columbian-Trojans lost 7-6. Dance at the
high school. Opera-La Traviata given.
lO-eWork on the Trojan begins.
Some beautiful fall weather
12-Yipe! Trojans beat Lima Central, Big time in
the old town tonight! -
15-Was a wonderful clay and some of the teachers
gave the gra ..
16-The Social Study discussion met and officers
elected-"Douggers" the prexy. Bill Wiseley and
Oh-dear grade cards came out!
17--The chapel was given by 212.
18-Senior play cast chosen with honors going
to Iohnny, Renna, Earl, and Ruth.
19-Game with Marion Harding and we Won--!
Dance-Thoughts turned to romance with the
22-One of those rainy fall days and not much going
23-Senior class writing Epics.
24-Everybody talking about Rhapsody in Blue.
25-Trojans beat Lima South. Big dance!
26-Teachers went to Toledo, free day!!!
30-Work on Afgans started,
31-Two months of school gone. Big time in old
ITA 11'1 lfl
1-Big asse bly-s' g' g.
2-Big game with Defiance-We won. Senior class
el-lad a little snow today.
-Mr. Gassman the new mayor.
-Blue and Gold rally-Beat Fostoria.
:Hunting begins-no school. Esttedafod and
21-Tests and more tests-end of 6 weeks. Lost day
of school because of Thanksgiving.
26-Blue Monday and a lot of tired people after
27-Grade cards-Ritz Trio?
28-Sad faces after grade cards.
30-Senior Play-"Come Rain or Shine." Dance
3-Pictures taken for annual.
7-First out of town basketball game-we lost to
13-Iunior Comprehensive Test ll. OJ Annual
Xmas choir Festival.
14-Seniors have test-First home basketball game
with Tiffin. We won. Dance afterwards.
17-Thespian One-Act play--tChristmansJ. Flu!
18-gognmunity Sing-Lost game at Lima South,
19-Vacation-Assembly in charge of Nutchuck-
20-G. R. Semi Formal in gym.
2-School opened and most flu cases back. "The
5-We beat Fremont there-38-31.
6-We beat Napoleon 50-17 here-Y dance.
7-Iune weather in Ianuaryl
l0-Chapel on our school history.
ll-Game at B. G. and a good one, we won 35-25.
14-A test week--!! What more can I say?t! Colder
again, let's make up our minds!
15-Seniors showing off rings! tPat, Mary Io, and
15-Chapel in charge of Room 7.
17-Sales Tax Contest between 211 and 202 over
- V with 202 victorious.
18-Term ends-exams over, amen!!
21-Tryouts for Blossom time.
23-Chapel in charge of Room 5.
25-Game in Tiffin-a 24-25 victory for us.
28-Usual Monday lag.
29-High School orchestra broadcast.
30-Chapel Room .
1-Basketbal game with Sandusky-defeated 28-20.
4-Junior play tryouts. Seniors start vocational
6-Such a cold building-Brr!
8-Exciting game-we beat 32-30.
12-Warming up. Broadcast.
14-Romance in the air-Valentine Day.
15-Defeated Bee Gee again-40-21.
1-Seniors grading vocation tests.
25-ls it spring?
26-Broadcast by G. R.
28-End of another month,
4-I. P. Roberts-speaker.
8-Game in Kenton, lost to Gallon, 31-29.
ll-Broadcast by Latin class,
13-Chapel, Room 105.
l4-National Honor Induction.
its-Broadcast by Speech Department.
22 Operetta "Blossom Time". Big success.
l--Hmm. April fool.
2-Broadcast by Concert Band.
3-Room lll chapel.
9-Broadcast by Howard and McKee Grade Schools.
10-Chapel by Room 9.
ll-Iunior Play, "The Fool." Also on April 12.
16-Girl Reserves Convocation.
17-Assembly by Lieut. Whittaker.
3-Buckeye League Vocal Festival. Annual Exhibit.
7-One act p ay.
9eGrade and Iuriior High School Vocal Festival.
10-Entertainment in auditorium, Dance band, singing,
piano solos, instrument playing, jokes by
teachers, and jitterbug contest. Hep cats Bayer
and Miller, Iacobs and Sites, Trask and Love,
and Reese and Friddell really beat feet!!
13-High School Exhibit.
14-Commercial Banquet at Elks Club.
i5-Senior Exams begin.
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On the following pages are presented the students Who have lived, Worked
and played together in an atmosphere of understanding, tolerance and coopera-
tion. ln such an atmosphere these elements in the Findlay project have devel-
oped the disciplines, habits, attitudes, skills and healthy bodies so essential for
Ruth Kuenzli Fred Brcmdenburger
Iim Yoxsimer Bill Spitzer
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Mary Ann Barkirner
Mary Ellen Boehm
Mary Lou Bowers
Mary Lee Coliharp
Leia lean Cross
Richard Dennis -
Marie Durain A
Donna lean Grener
Ethel Marie Hall
lames ' Howard
Mary Ann Mischke
Donna Mae Needles
Ruth Opp . '
El Wanda Pepper
' Pat Riker
Ioan Ryder '
Mary Lou Taylor
Mary Io Trask
Colleen Van Wormer
Claire Ann Weinandy
- H Doris Wilch
Henna Mae Willtorcl
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At long last we have arrivedl How hard we have
worked to become dignified seniors. As we walk down
the aisles of the auditorium, the girls in white with
luscious red roses, the boys in navy blue, blowing the
tossles of their caps away from their faces, we have
little left of our high school days but memories.
' One girl remembers how embarrased she was when,
as a sophomore, she interrupted a biology class mistake
ing it for her English class. She also remembers those
kind seniors who stood in the halls and taunted "what's
the matter are you lost?" as she passed from one class
to another. She wasn't lost! Anyhow she wouldn't tell
them she was. A
A senior boy smiles slightly as he remembers his
sophomore year as one happy experience. Perhaps he
is thinking of the night he took his O. A. O. to see the
We all remember the excitment and adventure of our
We remember the Iunior Play "Lena Rivers", the one
act plays-"Elmer and the Lovebug", "Mooncalf Mug-
ford", and "The Happy journey", and, the Senior Play
Oh how well we remember struggling with our
American Legion essays which were written for the
first time by the entire student body.
We yelled ourselves hoarse at the Basketball Team
who went victorious through twenty games, only to be
defeated by Toledo Woodward in the first round of
the regional tournament at Bowling Green.
That boy who always seemed to be sleeping in as-
sembly, thinks of the time he watched movies, taken
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friers, of the Paricutin Volcano.
He remembers being thrilled to his toes by Otto Schact
and his dramatic singing and of listening to Chief justice
Carl V. Weygant of the Ohio Supreme Court. That boy
fooled a lot of us didn't he?
You know, we Weren't the only ones new at Findlay
High. Miss Marion Lord, librarian, and Mr. Clifford Hite,
instrumental music director, also made their debut.
Spring came and we put our bobby sox and loafers
away and replaced them with those ever-lovin' hurachesl
Frank Sinatra was our number one man of the hour and
Mickey MacDonald our favorite orchestra leader-but
It was time for final exams, the prom, which was
wonderful tso we heardl, baccalaureate and commence-
ment. We had finished our first year at F. H. S. and be-
fore we had time to wear out another pair of huraches
we were Iuniorslllll
Now we were middlemen. As we came back something
seemed to be missing. Yes, Miss Pearl Moran had re-
signed her position as English and Ioumalism teacher.
M. C. W. Hunsicker took over management of the Blue
G Gold and time marched on!
Mr. Ricketts replaced Mr. Stewart in the machine
shop and Mr. Huffman took over the automobile shop in
place of Mr. Porter.
We juniors proudly presented "Ghost Wanted". The
Thespians just as proudly presented "lunior's Mustache",
"The Opening of a Door", and "Boy Meets Family".
As we continue down the aisle, a boy looks longingly
at his junior year chapel seat, now filled with a proud
parent, and he remembers hearing Professor George
Davis from Purdue University give a program of his
"Riley" poems, he remembers the assembly in which
Col. A. D. Patterson made the presentation of the
"Minute Man" Award for ninety per cent participation
in the sale of bonds and stamps, and he remembers two
of his fellow juniors receiving awards for winning the
"American Legion Essay Contest along with two sopho-
mores and two seniors.
Another boy remembers the football teams and its vic-
tories and the basketball team, who tied with Fremont
for lst place in the Buckeye League.
H. M. S. Pinafore made a hit with all sea faring men,
and everyone else too. 4
As one girl looks down at her roses, she remembers
the prom with its blue, star studded sky, its rose arbors,
lamp posts and big card board trees, and smiles with
contentment as she relives her first high school prom.
One boy smiles wickedly as he remembers his front
row seat at the Senior Play "Nine Girls". The play had an
all-girl cast-remarkable deduction!!
Along came bacalaureate, and commencement and
another group of seniors departed.
Before our newest bracelets had had time to turn
green, we were seniors!
This year, something was different when we came
back to school. We not only were honored with the pres-
ence of four new faculty members, Mr. R. S. Miller,
Mrs. Lowell, Mr. Yawberg, and Mr. Ferris, but we had
another new addition. What was it? Peace. Yes, after
four long years of war, we were all thankful and re-
,lieved when peace came in the summer of forty-five.
When the leaves started turning gold and red on
the trees, we entered the football season with renewed
To get the school year really under way, our re '-
resentatives presented the Senior Play "Come Hain or
Shine," and made a big hit.
The basketball team provided us with many an ex-
citing Friday night. However we danced after those
games is still a mystery but we always seemed to be
We seniors will always keep the memories of those
dances in the gymnasium. f
March came, and along with it the operetta. This year
the music department presented "Blossom Time". It
made a tremendous hit with old and young alike.
Not long after the operetta the Iuniors presented
"The Fool." The play ran twc nights instead of the
This year something else new has been added. Every
Tuesday at 3:30 "The Trojan Hour" was presented from
the auditorium. tOver WFINJ
Another boy who had supposedly slept through as-
semblies, recalls with pleasure the entertaining way
in which Mr. Glen Morris presented his program on radio
and its uses. He remembers also, the program by Mr.
jesse Phillips Robertson in which he showed us various
kinds of old musical instruments.
Perhaps he remembers most the impressive program
presented by Lt. Iames C. Whittaker. We had all heard
about the crews' 21 days in life boats, but at last we
heard it first hand.
Another girl looks at her roses and remembers this
year's prom. Oh, if only she had one more high school
Baccalaureate is still fresh in our minds as we finish
our walk to the platform.
Now we have received our diplomas and are leaving
the auditorium. Our hearts are heavy and there is a
lump in each of our throats for now we too are departing
-the class of '46.
THE CLASS OF '46 EXPRESSES THEIR APPRECIATION
TO THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS OF FINDLAY WHO
HAVE HELPED MAKE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE.
Phone 561 118 19111 St.
EARL Il. RUMMELL
PLUMBING-HEATING 2217 19 No. Main St.
Stokers-O11 Burners Phone 408
Findlay' Ohio Flndlay. Ohlo
GOLD BAR BRAND
CANNED ERUITS AND
AT YOUR GROCERS
THE A. E. UUBSEY COMPANY
lJIIJK'S AUTH WAEEKING UUUNTHY MARKET
347 Midland Ave. GRGCERIES
Findlay. Ohio and
USED PARTS- ALL MAKES GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HoADLEY's RUG fs
CLEANING co. I
54 Years at 131 No. Cory St.
May We Fill Your Corsage
And Other Flower Orders
S I N K'S
PhOI19 Findldyl F L O W E R S
New Floor Covering and
f Rug Cleqninq 404 SQCOIICI Street
DAVID KIRK AND SONS COMPANY
CLOVER FARM STORES
Conn Band Instruments
Leedy and Ludwig Drums
Steinway and Sons
THE B. S. PORTER SON COMPANY
Phone Main 525 530 S- Main S1
EVERYTHING IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Over 50 Years in Findlay
L AND W P'A'L'M
SANDWICH SHUP STEAK HPUSE
OUALITY FOODS AND BEVEBAGES
Iames I. Sarver, Prop.
320 W. Main Cross St
' Findlay, Ohio
THE FINDLAY PRINTING AND SUPPLY CU.
COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE
Office Furniture Blank Books Office Supplies
Social Stationery Books Greeting Cards
Phone Main 188
406 So. Main St. Findlay Ohio
When You Crave Office Phone 2469 Bes. Phone 3624
,,H5fkTiOgT lvmx w. FENBEHG
C O F F E E Iron. Metals. Paper Stock
Roasted Fresh Daily in Fmdlay Structural Steel. Auto Parts
Ask Your Grocer 330 E. Main Cross St
M. A. Tinsman, Representative FINDLAY OHIO
Watches lewelry Radios
Fountain 'Pens Diamonds
213 S. Main St.
U H L M A N'S
Department Store l
Across from Court House
NSG? FIGHT ST- Phone l090 Findlay, Ohio i
N. C. Medloclc - - - Your leweler
W F I N
Sells First-Class City Properties
Office 3rd Floor Niles Bldg.
News on the Hour
1330 on Your Dial
Findlay's Favorite Home
Pianos and Band lnstrurnents
Expert Piano Tuning
Phones: 215-M and l044
TWININGS MUSIC STORE
The Only Exclusive Music Store
of in Findlay
Amusement Sheet Music Records
Lessons Given on All Instruments
209 So. Main St. Findlay. Ohio
DR. E. I. HALL. Veterinarian
Phone 813 I
l25 Court Place Findlay, Ohio
80 ROOMS-All With I-lot
and Cold Running Water
Phone 919 Findlay, Ohio
I-I. D. Simmons, Prop.
415 So. Main St.
THE PAGE DAIRY
Phone Main 1057
MILK - CREAM - BUTTER - ICE CREAM
Visit Our Dairy Store
BARNHART FUNERAL HOME
Find1ay's OIdest Establishment
P. M. Barnhart C. O. Smithson, Mgr.
BRUCE B. BRYAN
D6-'Glel' i1'l EIectricaI Repairing
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, CEMENT y
PRGDUCTS AND FEED FINLDAY ARMATURE COMPANY
407 W. Main Cross St. Fi1'1d1f1Y1 Ohio
IOU7 Western Ave.
R. R. Sheeiy Phone Main 76
Phones ------ 257 - 4941
GAS. The Modern Fuel
THE OHIO FUEL GAS CO.
For Electrical Appliances
See - - - The
LYNN A. LYON COMPANY
622 So. Main Street Findlay,
Carburetor, Ignition and
SIMON AND SMITH
408-I2 No. Main Street Phone 939 107 E- SCI1'1dUSkY ST- Fi1'ld1CiY, OhiO
FINDLAY ics AND FUEL co.
Zero Locker Service
ICE - QUALITY COALS
Phone 678 Findlay, Ohio
415-I7 No. IVICIII1 Si. Pl.'lO1'19 II2 .
IAMES C. DEWALT
FARM STORE ,
Esco Milk Coolers Esco Farm Freezers BODSI Pj-nd1CiY
Dairy Water Heaters Moy Hay Drying
I-Iinrnan Milking Machines F. W. WOOLWORTH
I Pressure Water Systems
Electric Hammer Mills Shellers and Mixers COMPANY
IIU W. Front St. Phone 478 I
New Fashions at Low Prices Peffefff Gifts
VICKI FROCKS G.R.THOMPSONANDSON
DRESSES, COATS, 608 So. Main St.
SPGRTSWEAR , "Jewelers Since 1885"
325 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
2nd Door South oi Harris Theatre
THE TARBOX-MGGALL STUNE COMPANY
Phone Main 171 Established 1897
Crushed Stone. Stone Sand, and Agricultural Lime
PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS SERVICE
852 Western Ave. Findlay, Ohio
TURNER-FENSTERMAKER SHUE CUMPANY
"WE FIT THE FEET FlRST"
Quality Shoes Since 1889
416 So. Main St. F indlay. Ohio
Home of Good Food -'TAS-I-Y -I-A-I-ERS..
Across from the High School Potato Chips
201 W. Main Cross St.
Phone 291 ZOOM Lima Ave
Geo. Wisner, Mgr.
JUHIIS-MAIISIIILLE BLUWII INSULATION
A' Tliey both look alike, but one is BAD INSIDE
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there's more than meetsthe eye ,
You can rely on us for q Sql
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on Approved Johns-Manville Home Insulation Contractor
FOR INFORMATION ON INSTALLED PRICE, CALL
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Wise and Farquar Furnaces
Lennox Air Conditioning
Ambler Asbestos Roofs
Barrett Bonded Service
Over 50 Years of Service
Sporting Goods, Builders'
Hardware, Paints and
Phone 651 303 No. Main St.
THE HI - HAT
The Hi-Hat is popular
with the crowd
They sing their praises
long and loud:
"Lowest Prices for finest
And you can dance
if in the mood."
When Buying Lumber . . .
Bemember This Advertisement!
The PARKER LUMBER Company
Back of Post Office
216 W. Crawford St. Phone 42
HANBUUK BRICK ANU TILE un,
VITRIFIED UNELAZEU TILE
Phone 780 Findlay, Ohio
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that are 'ght out of th' World, d I
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PATTER SCN 'S
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Combustion Engineering Service BEAMERS APPLIANCE STORE
IIALPH I' MALCOLM General Electric Appliances
Complete Automatic Heuiinq 318 W. Main Cross Street
Equipment Findlay. Ohio
Phone 265 Phone 954-W
24 I-IOUR SERVICE
BAR MAIN MARKET QUALITY ICE CREAM
455 Tiffin Avenue Manufactured by
Quality Meat G Groceries PURE MILK 6. DAIRY CO.
Phone 1912 Tiffin, Ohio
I At the sign of the cats YoUE MONEY BACK
212 South Main
"I:'indlay's Most Complete Automobile Supply Store"
AUTO SUPPLIES AND PARTS
RADIOS ci APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS
Cfam of 7946
TROUT AND JACKSON COMPANY
T he Findlay Publishing Company
THE REPUBLICAN COURIER
HOMER F. BEAN
BUDGET PLAN IEWELER
DIAMONDS WATCHES IEWELRY
TEXACO GAS AND OIL
BATTERIES - - - ELECTRICAL SERVICE
DELCO AND EXIDE BATTERIES
I-Iczrry Riker, 216 No. Main St.
Prop. Findlay, Ohio
"THE CLOTHES MEN LIKE"
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OIL AND FUEL COMPANY .
FUEL OIL AND COAL
405 Walnut St. Findlay. Ohio
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FINDLAY STORE EXTENDS
GRADUATES OF 1946
I 121 W. sandusky sf. Findlay, ohio
.1 HERFF-IONES CO.
FINDLAY FOOD CENTER CLASS RINGS
and Meats TROPI-HES
P. D. Cook, Representative
Full line of Groceries
Main at Howard
EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY co. CHESTER P- SMITH
lp Omas Phone 451-I 132 W. Crawford
P. D. Cook. Representative 1'-'INDI-'AY' QHIQ
HUGHES DRY CLEANERS
Clarence Sch1encher, Prop.
EINDLAY'S LEADING DRY CLEANERS
Visit Our New Plant at 701 Howard St.
Phone 617-W for Pick-ups and Delivery
Wafj Rauf, ,SJAOP
114 So. Main Street
I. A. MCCARTY SEED CO.
DREST RITE POULTRY Evansville. lnd.
. KPODCOIII Warehouses Findlay?
Corner gf Wholesalers and Retailers of
Feeds. Seeds. Popcorn and Fertilizers
NO. Cory CII1Cl Meeks Ave. Processors of High Qualiiy Purdue
Hybrid Popcorn That Really Pops
Phone ll8l I Phone Eve. 787
Earl Ripley, Ohio Mqr.
J. C. Hochsiettler Coal Co.
Home of Qualiiy Coal
424 W. Front St. ' Findlay. Ohio
DIFFERENTIAL STEEL CAB C0.
F INDLAY, OHIO
Builders of Haulage Equipment Since 1915
Air Dump Cars Mine Cars Mine Locomotives
Burden Bearing Locomotives ' Railcars
The challenging world . . .
beyond the words
Perhaps the most important thing any of us can learn is that
edzzcatiorz is not just pages hlled with words...110t just facts and
hgures and hard-to-remember dates filed neatly away in our minds.
We've discovered that real education is a trained habit of
inquiry into the world of thought beyond the textbook. It is
such inquiry that has opened. . .and will open.. .fabulous new
doors in the realm of science and technology. It is such inquiry that
will enable us to learn the 1'e.rpo1z.vibilitier of man in the presence
Of such knowledge. And in that lies the hope of the world.
The s0llI0 0lL GDMPANY
OF PETROLEUM SINCE 1887
BUUKEYE TRACTION DITEHEH
BLACK AND WARNER
W. L. Douglas Shoes
Always Something New for Your
Requirements and For Every
Complete Line of Infant's Wear Occasion
"TOTS THROUGH TEENS"
DRESSES - COATS - SUITS
Linens for Showers and SPORTSWEAR
Gifts Our Specialty and
105 E. Sandusky St. Main 52
I I E A N F R O C K S
Foot Comfort Store
608 So. Main in Findlay
Meats and Groceries
Fresh Fruit, Vegetables
K. S. Bibler, Owner
"Howard and Dot" Miller's
l5ll-l3 So. Main St. Phone 900
PERRY MILES FUNERAL Roms
Phone so I-iindlcry, ohio
ROBERT C. DAVENPORT -
LIFE INSURANCE ANNUITIES
Retirement Income, Single Premiumf I 'P '
307 Ewing Building Phone 442
Symbol of Security
GRENER AND EDWARDS
1202 Blanchard Avenue
Groceries and Mectts Fruits and Vegetables
Gcts gncl Gil Delivery Service
SCHWAB'S GUN SHOP
Hunting and Fishing Sporting Goods
229 No. Main St. Phone 40
For All Special Occasions
THOMPSON 'S GROCERY
coRsAcEs ICE CREAM
Of All Kinds for the Dances SOFT DRINKS
WAALANDS GREENHOUSES 614 AE' Sandusky st.
l4O Larkins St. Phone 369
to THOMAS IEWELRY STORE
Class of l946
FINDLAY TRANSIT. INC.
l24 E. Crawford St. Phone 2
lt Costs Little L .H
To Dress Smartly"
B O S T O N S T O R E
Complete Stocks of
HARDWARE, HOUSEWARES, GIFTS
and B.P.S. PAINT
"Meet Your Friends at Our
For Every Member
oi Your Family
Ouality Shoes tor Less Money
CUT PRICE SHOE STORE
Tho National Lime And Slono Company
Crushed Stone for A-L-L Purposes
FINISHING LIME MASON'S LIME
"Where Planes and Cars Meet"
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY NEVER CLOSE
E G B E R T Congratulations
Home Furnishing A L '1' M E Y E R
404 E. Sandusky St. Phone 2440 H 0 '1' E L
WALTER WELLMAN RECHEATIUN INC.
HIGH SCHOOL BOWLERS
132W E. Crawford St. Phone 988
THE INGALL STUIIIU
HATS - - - HANDBAGS - - - COSTUME IEWELRY
Styles and Ouczlity at Moderate Prices
Next Door to Trout cmd Ictcksorfs
When ll comes to what In rlghi,
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PUHUELAIN PHUIJUCTS, INC
ELECTRICAL PORCELAIN INSULATORS
POLE LINE HARDWARE
ELECTRICAL WIRING MATERIALS
BEST WISHES TO THE
YE SWEETE SHOPPE
VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN
Last Sealtest Ice Cream
and Used Exclusively
S. and S. DRUG STORE
Ice Cream. Candies and Lunch
Corner Front and Main Sts. 319 SO' Main St'
GLASS AND CHINA SHOP
121 North Main Street
Quality Glass and China
We Decorate Glassware To
Your Own Ohoosinq
B E S S S H R E V E
The Whole Town's Talking About
Allen's Coats and Dresses
521 So. Main St.
Next to First National Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 328 Member F. T. D.
610 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
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Neglected hands can not he beauti-
ful hands...you1's 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
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application at your Beauty Salon
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Exclusive Fashions SWITZERS BAKERY
MILLINERY - - PUBS - DRESSES 532 So. Main St.
COATS - - SUITS - -ACCESSORIES
PHONE 1 Thank you!
STANDARD C01-ll CUIVIPANY
Fred Klien And Son, Plumbing
CCENTRAL THE NUT SHOP
D R U G S T O R E For Delicious
"The Rexall Store" R9ffGSh1'I191'1TS
THE CUUPER EUHPURATIUN
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
' oP1-:N 24 HOURS
W Cooper Tires ci Tubes ' Lubrication
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A LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE
Specializes in High School Teacher Training in all common high
Specially certified to train teachers in Physical Education and
Also offers pre-medical, pre-pharmacy, pre-dental, pre-engineer
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technician and medical technologist.
FALL SEMESTER STARTS SEPTEMBER 16
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wHEELoooDs AccEssoR1Es 516 S' Main St' Phone
- Findlay, Ohio 3470
LOUIE. THE BICYCLE MAN
217 No. Main Street Findlay, Ohio
PONTIAC ENGRAVING CO.
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