Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1949 volume:
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We, the Class of I949, look proudly upon this year's record of achieve-
ment in traditions, scholastic successes, sports honors and dignity as based
upon the standards of Findlay Senior High School.
We believe the Class of '49 to be a typical example of the progress
attained by a century of change since the year of the famous Eighteen
Forty-Niners, when our people began to achieve the place in world leader-
ship which they now hold.
The old-timer of the l849 Gold Rush is now just a fond memory, but in
honor of his dreams and ambitions we have chosen his figure to represent
the ideals for which our class stands-but with a difference: The shining
nuggets of gold for which the prospectors of l849 so eagerly competed have
now changed to ideals of service and loyalty, which lie waiting for the
youthful prospectors of l9-49. We believe that the qualities of initiative,
cooperation and leadership as taught in school are valuable factors in deter-
mining the ultimate success of future adults.
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The administration manages, directs and gov-
erns the affairs of the school, and supervises the
conduct and academic work of the students. lt is
therefore responsible for the coordination and effi-
ciency of the various functions included in the
Both Superintendent F. L. Kinley and Principal
G. R. Constien play an important part in establish-
ing the rules and policies of the institution. The
office of the principal maps out the educational
program of the senior high school, and it is through
here that the lighter side of school life, including
assemblies and dances, is also directed.
The deans, Miss Helen Johnston and A. L.
Mattoon, supervise the conduct and punctuality of
the pupils. They hold periodic conferences with
them in order to assist in the improvement of aca-
demic work and to help solve problems of social
adjustment. The deans help students to decide
which subjects will best fit them for a happy and
The Student Council is an important part of our
school program because it is through this organi-
zation that the students are able to take an active
part in the school administration. The Senior Ad-
visers also play a special role in helping sophomore
girls adjust themselves to high school life.
G. R. CONSTIEN
Students entering Findlay High School
soon find that, from the first day of their
attendance until the last, they have a
genuine friend in Principal G. R. Con-
stien. During his administration he has
helped make Findlay Senior High one of
the most outstanding schools in North-
western Ohio. Persons who have attend-
ed Findlay High School accord their
greatest respect to Mr. Constien for his
understanding of the problems which
confront the youth of today.
Mr. Constien came to Findlay in l93O
to teach physics and chemistry. ln i935
he was appointed assistant principal and
was then elected principal the following
Mr. Constien attended Ohio Wesley-
an University, from which he received
his Bachelor of Arts degree. He received
his Master of Science degree from Ohio
State University. He has also taken
courses at the universities of Purdue and
F. L. KINLEY
We, the members of the senior class
of nineteen hundred forty-nine, are
grateful to our faithful Superintendent,
F, l.. Kinley. Throughout our twelve
years in school, Superintendent Kinley
has been responsible for the adequate
buildings and teachers found in this city.
Mr. Kinley first came to Findlay Senior
High School in l922 to fill the capacity
of a teacher in physics and chemistry, He
became assistant principal in l923 and a
year later was elected to the office of
principal. He continued to serve as prin-
cipal until l936, when he became the
superintendent of the Findlay Schools.
Superintendent Kinley received his
Bachelor of Science degree from Heidel-
berg College and his Master of Arts de-
gree from Ohio State University.
Superintendent-'s Office: Mrs. Ger-
trude Bishop, Mrs. Anno Scorbrough,
Mrs. Miriom DiIIon,A Mrs. Florence
Askorn, PrincipaI's Office: Mrs, Edna
Charles E. Hoyes
Mrs. Elizobefh Greer
FIRST ROW: C. Slough, S. Hartigan,
B. Slaughterbeck, B. Russell, S. Cole,
J. Hoyer, J. Brown. SECOND ROW
J. Joiner, B. Morrison, J. Croy, B
Wilson, M. Gallant, C. Bikle, B
Weitz. THIRD ROW: F. Dunn, J
McCamey, B. Hayes, D. Sutton, L.
Catching, H. Rilling, D. Mason.
As the school's official governing body the Student Coun-
cil is one of the most active organizations at Findlay High
With its Zl representatives, one from each home room,
and Sponsors Miss Helen Johnston and A, L. Mattoon, the
Council supervised the annual homecoming exercises, sched-
uled after-game dances, planned the sending of 30 CARE
packages to Europe and assisted with concession sales at
games. ln addition to the regular activities the representa-
tive body must cope with many difficult situations which arise
The l948-49 officers were Jane Brown, president, Dave
Slough, vice president, and Sharon Cole, secretary.
At the end of each school year thirty-tive girls are elected
from the upper halt at the junior class on the basis ot respon-
sibility, scholastic achievement and poise, to serve in the
honorary capacity ot Senior Advisers during the next year.
Sponsored by the dean ot women, this group is responsible
tor helping the underclass girls become adjusted to high
school lite, and serves as a counselling agency for students
with problems. lts members also contribute a part ot their
time to working in the offices.
One at the most important functions is to sponsor the
annual Girls' Mixer in the tall tor the purpose ot aiding the
sophomore girls and their upperclassmates to become
FIRST ROW: S. O'Connar, B. Hoch,
D. Glass, H. Karg, E. Cramer, B. Rus-
sell, D. Kring, E. Fetters. SECOND
ROW: Miss Helen Johnston, sponsor,
R. Calhoon, V. Simons, C. Romer, S.
Leach, S. Beam, B. Bowman, J. Beck,
M. Zender. THIRD ROW: G. Haver-
aneck, E, Wiggins, M. Mitchell, C.
Grieb, B. Wilson, K. Rate, M. Wise-
ley, J. Yawberg, T, Huston. FOURTH
ROW: M. Harrington, C. Hoy, M.
Colburn, J. Ammons, M. Cameron,
G. Johnson, D. Semler, J. Mains, J.
Brown, NOT SHOWN: S. Smith,
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Machine and automotive
shop students ot Findlay
Senior High School get experi-
ence with the materials, tools,
processes and products ot in-
dustry. The vocational depart-
ment also has a co-op program
that provides actual part-time
employment for the students
in their senior year.
B. R. Shoemaker
J. D. Schmunk J. H. Lawrence
D, T. Ricketts Jack Volkmer
The commercial department
includes typewriting, short-
hand, bookkeeping, sales and
office practice. Distributive
education students are given
actual experience in the busi-
ness world, The department
es students to accept
ss responsibilities, but
is Iso very helpful to students
do not take o completely
part in business tran-
D. N. Avery
Miss elen Worstell
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Besides teaching the physi-
cal aspects of research, the
ience department of E. l-l. S.
a 0 instills into its students a
desire to find the truth by sci-
entlific thinking. Each year a
high percentage of student
sgzientists Dlace in the state
D. D, Lawrence
C, F, Burkhart R, S. Phillips
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mphasizing the import-
an e of correct speech and
gr mmar in the present busi-
ss world, the English depa
ent of F, H. S. specializes
teaching students the
ments of accurate e
Every field of interest is
ered in the course, with busi
ness English, general English
and English literature contrib-
uting to the fulfillment of the
Also included in the foreign
language curriculum are Span-
'sh, Latin ll, and French, all
f which, besides their practi-
al value, promote better
understanding of other peoples
Miss Ruth Kuenzli Miss Lora Wiest
H. F. Brandenberger
Wilbur l-lall 'Y
Miss l-lelen Johnston
Miss Ruth Switzer
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By teaching information
gathered from the accomplish-
ments and failures of former
generations the social studies,
including American and
foreign history, social prob-
lems and geography, have an
active part in preparing stu-
dents for citizenship.
A. L. Mattoon
C. W. l-lunsicker
Lloyd Dull M. V. English
For meeting everyday prob-
lems, receiving training for
technical, scientific or engi-
neering work, the mathematics
department offers a complete
l-l, H. Yawberg Miss Bernice Kieffer
Through helping to develop
the body the department of
physical education is a funda-
mental part of our public edu-
Miss Esther,,MaLch- L, C. Keller
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The talent of expressing on
canvas or in handicrafts the
ideas of the student are en-
couraged and trained in the
fine arts classes, Included i
this classification are phot -
graphy, art, woodworking, li-
brary science and mechan'caI
Miss Frances Stover
Carl Bachman J. O. Jenk s
The home arts department
specializes in teaching girls
the fundamentals of home-
making, cooking and sewing,
and supervises work in the
Miss Betty Easton
Miss Betty Von Meter
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Developing student talent
and offering variety to other
school activities, the band, or-
chestra and choir are open to
all interested persons. This
year's program included the
production of the operetta,
"New Moon," and instru-
mental and vocal concerts.
There were also performances
by the band on the football
field, and musical interludes
by the orchestra during the
junior and senior plays.
W. O. Jones C. L. l-lite
Ralph Shell Oliver Schumacher
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FIRST ROW: S. Cole, J. Archable, M.
Bastine, T. Wittenmyer, J. Yawberg, M.
Pugh, J. Barnhill. SECOND ROW: P.
Shumaker, E, Gohllce, D. McCandIess,
E. Myers, L. Myers, S. Null, R. S. Miller,
An organization with the stated purpose of stimulating
interest in the career of teaching, the F. T. A. has already
become one of the most active groups in the school. Com-
posed of persons who are considering teaching as a vocation,
the club makes studies of teaching methods in Findlay
schools, discusses education before student audiences and
furnishes substitute teachers from its members in order to
give the students experience in the classroom.
Officers for the past year were Tom Wittenmyer, presi-
dent, Joan Yawberg, vice president, Carol Bikle, secretary,
Dan Rose, treasurer and Marilyn Bastine, corresponding sec-
retary. R. S. Miller is the faculty sponsor.
FIRST ROW: A. Charpiot, V, Abbott, M.
Harrington, S. Rogers, K. Rate, J. Evans,
B. Feller. SECOND ROW: R. Dewey, J
Veit, W. Decker, J, Stevenson, J, Greg
ory, W. Snyder, J, Costa. THIRD ROW'
H. Hover, J, Grothaus, W. Stanfield, T.
Hinderer, C, Scott, R. Snow, D. Fox, C.
F. Burkhart, sponsorj A, Weaver,
For a number of years visual education has b
een a neces-
sary factor in promoting advanced teaching methods ond
ideas, and the Projection Club at Findlay High School trains
student members to assist in showing educational moving pic-
tures by operating the projector.
During the past year the club has sponsored extra activi-
ties in addit' t '
ion o its usual work. The members found time to
sponsor a dance and they executed the projects of painting
over movie screens and purchasing movie equipment,
Officers are elected in the fall. ln l948-l949 Herbert
Hover served as president, Charles Ball as vice president, and
Allen Wue t '
r z, secretary. C. F, Burkhart is the sponsor of this
FlRST ROW: J. Beck, G. Connor, P.
Gray, M. Mitchell, S. O'Connor.
SECOND ROW: J. Pampel, J. Ben-
nett, D, Duttweiler, R. Neil, T. Dunn,
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Miss Bernice Kieffer, sponsor.
ROW: D. Mergenthaler, D. West, B.
File, A. Martin, J. Williams, B,
l-layes, B. Snyder, P. Bartley.
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During the tour years the Math Club has been in evj
tence its members have visited many business firms in or
to observe their business procedures, and have also l'
numerous speakers on the various divisions ot mathemati
The Math Club is open to all juniors and seniors who cl
mathematically inclined, and who are interested in studyi
and observing short cuts in calculation.
The club, which is under the sponsorship of Miss Bern
Kietter, does not demand that its members attend all me
l the ones that hold interest for them.
ings, but on y
The informal group, which this year was under the chcl
' ' ' ' t of the anna
hi of Robert Neil is also the origina or
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chess tournaments at Findlay l-ligh.
FlRST ROW: D. West, D. Mergenthaler
A. Martin, J. Pampel, J. McComey
SECOND ROW: D, Marshall, B. McVey
J. Stevenson, B, Morrison, D. Colling
wood, C. Fetters. THIRD ROW: C. Ball
C, F. Burkhart, sponsor, C. Scott, T
Peterson, J. Snyder.
Organized to carry on scientific research and experiment-
ation outside of the regular curricular classes, the science club
is open to all interested students who have been enrolled in
one ot the Findlay High School science departments.
While stressing originality ot thought, the club gives sci-
entific-minded students the opportunity to discuss and solve
mutual problems. Above all, it encourages students to in-
crease their knowledge and appreciation ot science and scien-
The major highlights of the year's activities consist of H f
preparing projects for the annual Science Day at Bowling
Green and in encouraging participation in State scholarship
tests and other examinations.
FIRST ROW: J. Campbell, J. Mcfleory,
G. Johnson, M. Cameron, D. Bartlett, B.
Gulliford, B. Sloughterbeck, J, Hoyer, M.
Lindsey. SECOND ROW: J. Remley, B.
Hull, H. Korg, M. Nelson, S. Null, S.
King, P. lnsley, F, Gore, P. Gohlke, B.
J. Dayman, THIRD ROW: D.
Gloss, F. Rodobough, C. Price, M. Col-
Hall R. Griffin, J. Doyen, B.
burn, B. ,
Grimmer, M. Kope, A. Ghastcr. FOURTH
ROW: Mr. Hall, sponsor, R. Hayes, R.
Yoxsirner, C, Goldsmith, R. Slick, L.
Powell, T. Elliott, R. Copeland, W
Since its establishment at F.H.S. in l929 th
Thespian chapter each year promotes increased in
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terest in high school dramatics. ln addition to t
club's usual activities, last February they produced
three-act mystery drama in which each actor prove
that the society's motto, "Act well your part, ther
all the honor lies," is an effective one.
Membership in the society is honorary and i
based upon the record each person has previousl
made in dramatics.
Students who served as officers this year were
M Ann Cameron, president, Gladys Johnson, vice
president, Dick Bartlett, recording secretary, and
Barbara Gulliford, corresponding secretary.
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To promote interest in the scientific '
enjoyment and ap-
preciation of nature, the primary goal of the Naturalists
Club sponsored by R. S. Phillips is to furnish recreational re-
search opportunities to students interested in the outdoor
aspects of biology.
This year its members contributed time and effort in
makin at f h ' '
g our o t e city elementary schools to discuss the
club's various group projects before juvenile audi
Plans were also initiated to display at the Court House
next year a conservation bulletin board for the benefit of
The club carries on a year-round project of bird counting
and bird banding. Some of its results were published in
Audubon M ' '
agazine this year.
FIRST ROW: R S Phillips sponsor T
l-luston, J. Archable S Cole w
man, B, Schmidt SECOND ROW J
Joiner, D. Marshall S Hauser R Fox
J. Williams, L. Frey D Collingwood
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FIRST ROW: H. Greeno, H. Yates.
SECOND ROW: B. R. Shoemaker,
sponsorg B. McVey, T. Morrison, W.
The Stage Crew is a group of boys organized for the pur-
pose of handling the stage scenery and properties used in
performances offered at F. H. S.
The staging of the operetta is the biggest job the organ-
h s For this and other programs the work of the
ization a .
group is always apparent, but the boys themselves are very
seldom seen by any of the audience. The operetta requires
several weeks of hard work on the part of all members of the
d th h the are unheralded and unapplauded, they
crew an , oug y
comprise an essential part of any dramatic production. The
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Stage Crew is under the leadership of B. R. Shoema er.
FIRST ROW: D. Hickle, M. Beckman,
D. Raudabaugh, N. Beck. SECOND
ROW: J. Wimer, A. Predmore, T.
Huffman, E. Greer. THIRD ROW: D.
N. Avery, sponsor, W. Stantield, H.
All senior students who are enrolled in the co-operative
classes ot Findlay High School are eligible to join the Future
Retailers Club, which is sponsored by Douglas Avery. To de-
velop progressive, respected and successful leadership in re-
tailing, and to teach members to cooperate willingly and
assist actively with the local retail merchants' organization
are the purposes of the Future Retailers Club.
Ten students were members ot the organization this year.
The president was Deloras Raudobaugh, who was ably as-
sisted by the vice president, Earl Greer, the secretary, Tom
Huffman, and the treasurer, Wayne Stanfield.
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FIRST ROW: B. Rdssell, S. Hartigcn, S
O'Connor, J, Beck, C. Romer, T. Wolfe
SECOND ROW: S. Beam, M. Mitchell, B
Wilson, E. Cramer, B. Bowman, C. Bikle
THIRD ROW: D. Jenkins, M. Pugh, B
Hoch, J. Yawberg, L. Walters, D. Kring, P
Breitigam. FOURTH ROW: E. Fetters, D
Weaver, G. Johnson, M. Colburn, J. Mains,
D. Semler, S. Leach, M. Wiseley, M. Har
ringron, J. Brown.
The Office Helpers consist of a group cf girls who give
assistance in the offices of Dean Helen Johnston, Dean A. L.
Mattoon, and Principal G. R. Constien. Most of the members
of the organization are senior girls, although a few juniors
and sophomores also lend assistance. Senior advisers are
automatically eligible to work in the offices.
The duties of these girls consist of running errands,
taking charge of offices while the deans are not present,
keeping attendance records, granting excuses, and taking
care of ailing students who come to the offices.
To this group of girls who willingly gave up their study
halls Miss Johnston, Mr. Mattoon, and Mr. Constien offer
their sincerest thanks.
FIRST ROW: N. Scoby, B. Lauck, J. Burn
ham, B. Mains, M. Daniels, C. Adams, M
Laub S. Rt '
e, i er, M. Wiseley, SECOND ROW
M. Zender, T. Huston, M. Dillon, J. Brock
sieker, M. Traucht, B. St. Myer, O. Kistlcr
M. Nelson, N. Stone, R. Earlie, V. Charles
THIRD ROW' A MacGre or J N
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Calhoon, N. E '
ssex, M. Mclflligott F Thom
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l.. McLaughlin, R. Lyon, H, F. Branden-
berger, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: C. Phil-
lips, W. Decker, A. Baker, A. Predmore, T.
McCleave, B. Garnes, G Baldwin D Cra
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tor, T. Tippin, E. Myers, H. Hartigan.
day are eligible to become members of the Corridor Hosts.
This associat' ' A '
ion is one of the outstanding service clubs ot the
s having average grades and a stud hall
To welcome visitors to the school, to keep students from
loitering in the corridors, to protect school and student pro-
perty, and to conserve the use of hall lights are some of the
activities ot the club. Students and faculty appreciate the
protection and good service offered by members ot the Cor-
This comparatively new organization is under the direc-
tion ot H, F. Brandenberger. It includes regular and reserve
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man. SECOND ROW: D. McCandless, D.
Browne, W, Gilts, R. Malcolm. THIRD
' or' J. Ferris, J
ROW: Miss Stover, spons ,
Williams, R. Hess.
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These well-trained in i
' one ot the hardest wor
nition than they receive. They are
t in Findlay High School.
uch more recog-
groups ot studen s
' 'stants include the
Some ot the duties of the library assi
d carrying attendance slips to the
hecking ot attendance an
b ks coming in or going o
' teachers, checking oo
d kee ing the tables
putting books on the shelves neatly, an p
and chairs in order.
All assistants must have a study hall every day and mus
have the first period on Monday free. This period is spent i
receiving library instructions.
FIRST ROW' M F
eaver, Miss Betty Easton, supervisor.
. . erguson, R. Calhoon, B
Calhoon, S. Janes, P. Baumlein, M. Pruitt.,
SECOND ROW: V. Simons, l-l. Karg, J. Snyf
der, R. Feller, E, Calhoon, J. Young
P. Thompson. THIRD ROW: M. Witten-
myer, D. Miller, R. Fox, C. Ball, L. Bradfute,
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The cafeteria assistants have the task of caring for the
details involved in feeding approximately l6O persons every
school day. Students work in the cafeteria the third and
fourth periods and during the noon hour.
The cafeteria enables its customers to save financially
by operating on a non-profit basis. Miss Betty Easton is now
manager, having replaced Miss Estella Anstaett this year,
Cafeteria helpers hav
e two advantages: They are the
first to be served, and they receive their meals free of charge.
The respective jobs of the I
emp oyees range from hel in
prepare the food to dr '
ying the dishes and the silverware. The
cafeteria employs approximat l 2
e y O students.
FIRST ROW1 P. Hammond, S. Gray, J. Young, M. Saltz, V.
Sheffel, J. Rice, S. Stack, B. Foreman, P. Bayless, P. Ed
minston, B. Hull, M. Meagley.
SECOND ROW: P. Alexander, J. Karcher, V. Van Vorce, A.
Reuther, J. Grauel, J. Slaughterbeck, C. Smith, M. Grove,
S. Hartigan, B. Bunts, J. Remley, C. Swisher.
THIRD ROW: J. Beard, M. Coe, D. Emahiser, J. Lease, R.
Lytle, S. Crozier, A. Charpiot, B. Clark, N. Lunn, M. Stultz,
A. Leach, J. Martin, B. Shrader, P. Insley, J. KeeI,C. Frantz
FOURTH ROW1 B. Karcher, C. Richards, N. Stimmel, D
Winstead, D. Weaver, P. Thompson, J. Leckey, S. Shoupe
V. Abbott, N. Shilling, A. Ghaster, C. Mosier, S. Janes, M
Harlett, W. Huston, B. Barkimer, F. Rodabaugh.
FIFTH ROW: C. Rahal, C. Steinhurst, M. Fox, W. Groves
S. Gillen, M. Faber, R. Henry, J. Findley, M. Mygrant, H
Williams, G. Frost, B. Calhoon, N. Riggle, D. Orton, M
Highsmith, J. Carpenter.
FIRST ROW: D. Burry, M. Wohlgamuth, M. Daniels, M.
Laube, B. Grimmer, P. Breitigam, J. Fishel, S. Null, A.
MacGregor, E. Gohlke, M. Dillon.
SECOND ROW: J. Nivison, A. Frey, P. Fleck, M. Schu
macher, L. Crawfis, F. Gore, J. Westfall, M. Lindsey, P.
Wolfe, S. King, B. Gulliford, R. Griffin, M. Willford, B
Bartlett, P. Neal.
THIRD ROW: Miss Betty Van Meter, sponsor: B. Hall, M
Gallant, P. Tinder, M. Slough, J. Woodward, C. Galloway,
P. Paul, I. Sheley, M. Williamson, R. Redick, P. Shumaker,
B. Schwab, R. Earlie, D. Fry, S. Cole, N. Miles, C. Overholt
FOURTH ROW: F. Thomas, J. Haslinger, L. Lonsway, J. ln
man, B. Cooper, S. Cook, E. Mygrant, A. Cairns, M. Miller
C. Stonfield, P. Miller, R. Ward, J. Doyen, O. Thompson, J
Shirey, J. Daymon, M. Kenney.
FIFTH ROW: N. Raether, M. Pugh, L. Hailey, M. Nelson
E. Calhoon, J. Hoyer, P. Roberts, J. Stone, P. Swick, B
Prowant, B. Tesnow, P. Shoup, L. Fellers, M. Kirnmel, M
Gearing, M. Kope, W. Gilts, N. Longworth.
Primarily, the Y-Teens ot F. H. S. are con'
cerned with serving the school and the com-
munity, and in providing occasions where the
girls may get together to become better
Among the various civic services the Y-
Teen clubs have to their credit are operating
the auditorium check room, sponsoring after-
game dances, supervising Easter convocation
services, and donating Christmas baskets and
funds to the Polio drive.
Many speakers are engaged annually by
the group to lecture upon subjects ot interest
to the members. These lectures include dis-
cussions on topics involving home lite, interior
decorating, juvenile delinciuents, home-mal4-
ing and other general subjects.
The Findlay High School Y-Teen groups are
affiliated with the Ohio organization of the
Young Women's Christian Association.
FIRST ROW: M. Zander, C. Young, D. Gloss, S. Snyder, D.
Roudobaugh, B. Russell, C. Adams, J. Yowberg, B. Wilson
SECOND ROW: P. Gray, M. Colburn, J. Amrnons, J. Gase,
C. Romer, P. Ogg, M. Mitchell, E. Cramer, S. Chadbourne,
K. Rate, C. Leader, M. Wiseley, M. Harrington.
THIRD ROW: M. Brown, J. Mains, C. Mains, R. Bushong
E. Long, S. O'Connor, H. Korg, D. Kring, G. Connor, B.
Bowman, D. Semler, S. Leach, S. Rogers, R. Medlock, S.
Smith, J. O'Neil, P. Rogers, B. Morrison.
FOURTH ROW: B. Schmidt, M. Simmons, J. Beck, M. Frost,
A. Johnson, D. Hickle, B. Avent, J. Barnhill, M, Ortman,
G. Johnson, N. Mains, O. Kistler, F. Hartman, C. Grieb,
FIRST ROW: F. Dunn, J, Klein, H. Hackenbergcr, B. Cleary, D. Howard.
J. Ruck, R. Malcolm, l., Day, H. Yawberg. THIRD ROW: T. Hyman, J. McCullough, B. Garnes, J.
SECOND ROW: T. Bishop, D. Mason, D. McCanclless, D. Johnson, S. Hauser, N. Rooney, P. Rasor, J. Harshborger,
Bauman, J. Koehler, R. Hollenback, T, Lederer, D. Harris, P. Warner.
FIRST ROW: J. Phillips, B. Decker, J. Malcolm, J. Massillo, Thatcher, G. Pitney, D. Marshall, H. Hartigan, D. Thomas
D, Courtney, J. Pampel, R. Wagner, C. McCamey, R. M- I-Offeftvfi P-5Cl1mUf1kfSDOr1SOf
THIRD ROW: J. Miller, P. Tesnow, J. Dysinger, H. Wolters
Wohlgamuth. B. Snow, L. Gaines, J. Barnhill, C. Scott, L. Powell, T. Tip
SECOND ROW: E. Rate, R, Rasor, B. Slick, R. Yoxsimer, J. pin, K. Fridclell.
A parallel organization with the Y-Teens,
the Hi-Y has a membership ot approximately
90 boys. The purpose of the club is to de-
velop high-minded ideals and the cooperative
spirit among students. Leadership qualities
are given an opportunity to be demonstrated
by work on committees and by filling the vari-
ous offices of the club.
Hi-Y meetings are held bi-weekly at the
school or, on special occasions, at the local
Y, M. C. A. Regular business procedure is tol-
Iowed with plans organized tor charity bene-
tits, dances and lectures on timely subjects.
This year the senior members served as escorts
to the Queen's Court tor the Homecoming
game between Findlay and Fostoria,
Another activity ot the Hi-Y groups was to
elect delegates to the Northwestern Canter-
ence in Lima.
Club sponsors this year were W. D. Kuenzli
and Theodore Federici tor the sophomores, J.
D. Schmunlq for juniors and Rev. Victor Monk
FlRST ROW G Baldwin R Neil D Mains J Snyder C J Cray, P. Kovach.
Ball P Bartley T Day L Bradtute A Weaver R Hayes THIRD ROW: W. Wisner, W. Kerrick, T. McCleave, R
SECOND ROW D Koehler D West T Wittenmyer F File, J. Williams, J. DaPore, W. Chapman, D. English, T
Mawry J Ferris T Klein W Snyder M Vance T Dunn Hauman, C. Bright, J. Snyder,
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FIRST ROW: J. Beard, J. Hoyer, B. Bowman, M. Mitchell, B. Bartlett, S. O'Connor. SECOND
ROW: D. Angus, P. Roberts, B. Avent, B. Wilson, D. Sernler, E. Mygrant, M. Gallant, J.
Daymon, R. Wink. THIRD ROW: D. McCandless, V. Leal, B. Grimmer, B. Karcher, C.
Steinhurst, B. Hull, R. Calhoon, E. Calhoan, J. Larkins. FOURTH ROW: R. Fox, L. Frey, F.
Mowry, M. Vance, D. Slough, J. Bennett, D. Marshall, R. Johnson, G, Widenhoter. FIFTH
ROW: B. Bishop, B. Kerrick, C. Scott, J. Pampel, H. Yawberg, L. Bayless, L. Catching, D.
Katz, B. Feller,
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William Kerrick, Spanish Language Award, Sharon
Cole, French Language Award, Robert Neil, Arts and
Letters, and Bausch and Lomb Awards, Luther Frey,
Bausch and Lamb Award, Barbara Bowman, Spanish
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LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Semler, B, Schmidt, R Zeller,
M. Cameron, R. Calhoon.
FIRST ROW: M. Mitchell, S. Beam, R. Calhoon, S. O'Connor, H. Karg. SECOND ROW: M.
Frost, C. Grieb, B. Bowman, G. Connor, M. Wiseley, M. Harrington. THIRD ROW: B. Hess,
B. Wilson, B. Schmidt, M. Colburn, M. Cameron, D. Semler, S. Smith. FOURTH ROW: M.
Vance, L. Frey, B. Kerrick, P. Bartley, L. Bradfute, R. Neil.
FRONT, left to right: L. Frey, R. Neil, P. Bartley, M.
Vance. REAR: D. West, B. Chapman, B. Wisner.
LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Scoby, J. Hoyer, S. Crozier, R
Neil, L. Catching.
FIRST ROW: R. Neil, Joan Barnhill, M. Cameron, F. Crates. SECOND ROW: P. Bartley, Jim
Barnhill, B. Bishop, C. Scott. THIRD ROW: J. Covert, B. Kerrick, J. Meek, H. Walters.
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Music for many of the after-game dances for
the past year has been furnished by one of the
school's most efficient service groups-the
Findlay High School student dance band.
Its eleven members have provided entertain-
ment at numerous events including the opening
ceremony of the local clean-up week campaign
last spring, the Talent Day exercises and the
social functions following the basketball and
The band made its formal debut at the "Cor-
onation Ball," at which the students gathered to
honor the football queen following the annual
ceremony at the stadium.
Fred Crates served as band leader and Bill
Kerrick assisted with the arrangements.
Joan Rice served as the dance band vocalist
during the year after winning first place in com-
petitive tryouts for the position.
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Carol Adams - Y-
Teens 2,3,4, Corridor
Hosts 3,4, Chapel 3,
4, Operetta Chorus 4,
Barbara Allen--G. A.
A., V. Pres. 3, Pres.
4, Y-Teens 3,4, Thes-
pians 2,3,4, Choir 2,
Jane Ammons -
Chapel 3,4, Y-Teens
2,3,4, H. R. Pres. 2,
Carr. Host 2, Senior
Adviser 4, Choir 2,3,
4, Band 2,3,4, Orch-
estra 3,4, Operetta
Beverly Avent - Y
Teens 4, Choir 4
Band 4, Orchestra 4,
Operetta Chorus 4.
Allen Baker - Foot-
ball Team 2,3,4, Hi
Y 2,3, Student Coun-
cil 2,3, Pres. of H. R.
eretta 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Chapel 4.
Charles Ball - Hi-Y
2,4, Cafeteria Helper
3,4, Science Club 4,
Math Club 4, Light-
ing Crew 4.
l,2,3,4, Chapel 2,3,
4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Dance Band 3, 4, Y-
Teens 2, 3, 4, F. T.
Evelyn Barrell - Li-
brary Assistant 3,4,
pians 2,3,4, Play 4,
Basketball Mgr. 2,3,
4: Chapel 2,3,4, Jr.
Pete Bartley - Band
2,3,-4, Dance Band 3,
4, Chapel 2,3,4, Hi-
Y 2,3,4, Orchestra 4,
Teens 2, 3, 4, G. A.
A. 2, 3, 4, Office
Adviser 4, Y-Teens
2,3, Projectionist 3,
Corridor Host 3, V-
Pres. H. R. 3.
2,3,4, Math Club 3,
4, Senior Adviser 4,
Chapel 3, 4, Operettci
3, 4, Choir 2,3,4,
Cafeteria Helper 2.
Norma Beck-G. A.
A. 2,3, Y-Teens 2,3.
Miriam Beckman -
Y-Teens 2, G. A. A.
Host 4, Election For-
Donna Boroff - Or-
chestra l, 2, 3, 4,
Chapel 3,4, Y-Teens
2,3, G. A. A. 2,3,
H. R. Sec. 3.
Loretta Box - Y-
Barbara Bowman --
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Naturalists 2, 3, 4,
Thespians 3,4, Oper-
etta Chorus 2, Cast
4, G. A. A. 2,3,4,
Senior Adviser 4, Ju-
nior Play 3, Chapel
2, 3, 4.
2, 3, 4, Cafeteria
Helper 2,3,4, Natu-
ralists 2,3, Football
do DeVilbiss l,2,3,
Track 2, School Pat-
rol. Findlay High
School: Hi-Y 4, Pro-
Y 2,3,4, Projection-
Jane Brown - Choir
2,3,4, Student Coun-
cil 3, Pres. 4, Y-
Teens 2,3,4, Home-
coming Court 4, Sen-
brary Assistant 2,3
4, Y-Teens 2,3,4
Dora Browne-G. A
A. 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,
Library Assistant 4
Cafeteria Helper 3,4
Teens 2,3, Chapel 2
Miriam Ruth Calhoon
-Chapel 2,3,45 Y-
Teens 25 Cafeteria
Helper 3,45 Senior
Adviser 45 Corridor
Mae Ann Cameron-
Thespians 2,3,45 Y-
Teens 2,35 Natural-
ists 25 Band l,2,3,45
Choir 2,3,45 Dance
Band 3,45 Orchestra
l,2,3,45 Chapel 2,3,
Susan Chadbourne -
Chapel 3,45 Y-Teens
2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45
Operetta Chorus 3,45
Projectionists 35 Nat-
2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45
Operetta Cast 3,45 Jr.
Play 35 Basketball 2.
Gerald E. Clark -
Track Team 3.
Robert Clymer -
Stage Crew 35 Co-op
Club V. Pres. 4.
Teens 2,3,45 Thes-
pians 2,3,45 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Senior Adviser
45 Jr., Sr. Plays.
Jack Cole-Hi-Y 2,3,
45 Choir 2,3,45 Foot-
ball Team 2,3.
Gracia Connor - Y-
Teens 45 Math Club
45 Choir 4.
Robert Cornwell -
Co-op Club 4.
2,3,45 Orchestra 45
Choir 25 Y-Teens 2,3,
45 Senior Adviser 4.
Council 2,3,45 Hi-Y
2,3,45 Stage Crew 35
Concession Helper 2,
ball 2,3,45 Football
Team 2,3,45 Track 2,
35 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Stage
Crew 2,35 Chapel 2,
3,45 Debate Team 2,
Tom Day - Trojan
Staff 45 Hi-Y 2,3,45
Football Team 2,3.
Paul Decker - Hi-Y
Dick W. Denman -
Choir 2,3, Eisteddfod
2,3, Hi-Y V. Pres.
Jeannene Dittman -
Library Assistant 2,4.
Harold Donaldson -
Co-op Club 4.
Tom Dunn-Hi-Y 2
3,4, Math Club 3,4
Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Chapel 3,4, Choir 2
Tom Elliott - Thes
plans 3,4, Jr., Sr
Plays, Trojan Staff 4
Marjorie Emerson -
G. A. A. 2, Choir 3
3,4, Band l,2,3,4,
Choir 2, Orchestra 3,4
Norma Jean Essex-
G. A. A. 2,3,4, Cor-
ridor Host 4, Library
Assistant 4, Natural-
Jack Ferris-Track 2,
3, Cheer Leader 2,3,
4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Chapel 3,4, Natural-
Evelyn Fetfers-G. A.
A. 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,
Thespians 2,3,4, Sen-
ior Adviser 4.
Bob File-Class Pres.
2, V. Pres. 3, Hi-Y
Pres. 4, V. Pres, 2,3,
Football Team 2,3,
Capt. 4, Track 2,3,4,
Diane Fisher - Y-
Teens 2,3,4, Jr. Play
3, Trojan Staff 4,
Choir 2,3,4, Operetta
2,3,4, G. A. A. 2,3,
4, Orchestra l,2,3,4,
Cheer Leader 2,3,4,
Operetta 3,4, Chapel
Organist 3,4, Chapel
Harald French - Co-
op Club 4, Chapel 2.
.Q ,.,,. A
Luther Frey - Natu-
ralists 2,3,45 Track
Team 2,3,45 Scholar-
ship Team 2,3.
Mira Mae Frost-Y-
Teens 45 Choir 4.
Howard E. Gaertner
-Corridor Host 3.
Dallas Gary - Con-
cession Helper 2,35
Science Club 2.
Joan Gase-Choir 2,
3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4.
Leader 2,3,45 Jr. Play
35 Choir 2,35 Y-
Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Thespians 2,35
H. R. Sec. 2,3,45
Senior Adviser 45 Op-
Patricia Ann Gray -
Math Club 3,45 Choir
2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45
2,35 Chapel 2,3.
Byron Green - Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 45
Earl Greer-H i-Y 2,
Team 2,35 Choir 2,3,
45 Chapel 45 Projec-
tion Club 3,4.
Connie Lou Griebf
Choir 2,3,45 Y-Teens
2,3,45 Buckeye Girl's
State 35 American
Legion Essay Winner
to Washington 25
Chapel 2,45 Operetta
3,45 Makeup Corn-
mittee 35 Senior Ad-
Sara Ann Grose -
Cheer Leader 2,3,45
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Tro-
jan Staff 45 Operetta
3,45 Choir 2,3,4.
Jim Grothaus - Pro-
jection Club 2,3,4.
-Choir 2,3,45 Opere
etto 3,45 Projection-
ists 3,45 Senior Ad-
viser 45 H. R. Sec. 45
Chapel 3,45 Trojan
Frances Hartman -
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Choir
3, Sec. H. R. 3.
2,3,4, Student Coun-
cil 2, H. R. Pres. 4,
Corridor Host 2,4,
Projection Club 2.
eck+G. A. A. 2,
Chapel 2,45 Senior
Choir 2,3,4g Band l,
2,3,4g Operetta Cast
3,4, Jr. Play 3,
Chapel 2,3,4, Math
Club 3,4, Thespians
4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Stu-
dent Council 4g Math
Scholarship 2,35 Thes-
Thespian Play 4.
Dorothy Henry-Math Norma Jean Heuber- Betty Hoch-G. A.
Club 3, Y-Teens 2,3
4, Orchestra 2,3,4
Operetta Orchestra 2,
3, Chapel 2. '
Gene Hershey - Co
ap Club 3,4.
2,3, Y-Teens 2,4-
jection Club 2,3,4.
A. 2,3,4g Senior Ad-
viser 4g Trojan Staff
4, Office Girl 4, Y-
Herbert Hover - V.
Pres, H. R. 41 Pro'
2,3,4, Math Club 3,
Chapel 3, Senior Ad-
Anna M. Hudson-
Corridor Host 4.
William E. Huff Jr.-w
ketball Team 2,3,
Track 3, Distributive
Ed. Club 4.
uralist Club 2,3,4,
Corridor Host 2,4,
Senior Adviser 4, G.
A. A. 2,3,4.
Alice Johnson - Y-
Gladys Johnson -
Blue and Gold Co-
Editor 2,3, Editor
4, Trojan Staff 4, Y-
Teens Pres. 4, V.
Pres. 2,3, Thespians
2,3, V. Pres. 4, Sen-
ior Adviser 4, Natu-
ralists 2, H. R, V.
Pres. 4, Concession
Helen R. Korg-
Choir Accompanist 2,
3, Orchestra 2,3,4,
Thespians 2, 3, 4,
Chapel 2, 3, 4, Y-
Marjorie Karns -
Choir 4, Chapel 2,
G. A. A. 2, Y-Teens
William Kerrick -
Band l,2,3,4, Orch-
estra l,2,3,4, Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Chapel 2, 4,
American Legion Es-
say Winner in Coun-
Onalee Kistler7G. A.
A, 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,
4, Chapel 2, Corridor
Thomas F. Klein -
Football Team 2,3,
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Choir 2,
3,4, Track Manager
2,3, Chapel 2,3,4,
Operetta Cast 4,
David L. Koehler -
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Basket-
ball Team 2,3, Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 4,
Track Team 2, 3,
Math Club 3, Choir
2,3,4, Operetta Chor-
Paul F. Kovach -
Football Team 2,3,4,
Doris Kring - Senior
Adviser 4, Y-Teens
2,3,4, G. A. A. 2,3,
4, Chapel 2,3,4, Of-
fice Worker 4, Con-
cession Helper 3.
Emil Layne, Jr.--Co-
op Club 4.
Norman Gene Layne
-Co-op Club 4,
Shirley Leach-G. A,
A. 2,3,4, Chapel 2,
3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4,
Choir 2,3,4, Senior
Connie Leader - Y-
Teens 2,3,4, Choir 2,
3,4, Student Council
3, Operetta Cast 4,
Chorus 3, Chapel 2,
Raymond Leeper -
Chapel 3, Stage Crew
Eileen M. Long -
Operetta Chorus 3,4,
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Choir
2,3,4, Chapel 2,3,4.
Carol Mains - Choi'
2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,
4, G. A. A. 2,4,
Operetta Chorus 3,4,
Office Worker 4.
2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4,
Operetta Cast 4,
Chorus 3, Football
Team l,2,3,4, Golf
Team 2, Track Team
3, Chapel 4.
Janette Mains - Y-
Teens 2,4, G. A. A,
2, 4, Orchestra l,2,
3,4, Choir 3,4, Sen-
ior Adviser 4, Chapel
Nancy Mains - Y-
Myrel Mallory -
Cafeteria Helper 2,3,
Debate Club 2.
Mary Anna Mareches
- Y-Teens 2, 3,
Naturalist Club 2.
Bill Mathew - Foot-
ball Manager 3,
Track Team 3.
A. A. 2,3,4, Y-Teens
2,3,4, Thespians 2,
3,4, Chapel 2,4.
Y 2, 3, 4, Corridor
Host 4, Chapel 3.
Leo McLaughlin -
Stage Crew 3,4, Cor-
ridor I-lost 4.
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ence Club 45 Stage
Raundi Marie Med-
Jack Meek--Band 2,
3,45 Orchestra 35
Chapel 3,45 Natural-
ist Club 2,3.
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Patty L. Meek-G. A.
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45 Choir 3,4.
Science Club 45 Math
Club 45 Naturalist
Club 2,35 Chapel 2,3,
Don E. Miller-Golf
Team 2,3,45 Blue and
Gold Staff 2,3,45 Tro-
ian Staff 45 Debate
Club 25 Cafeteria
Mary Lou Mitchell-
Math Club 3,45 Sen-
ior Adviser 45 Y-
Teens 2,3,45 Choir 45
Bonnie L. Morrison-
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Choir
2, 3, 45 Operetta
Chorus 3,45 Chapel 3,
45 Homecoming Court
45 H. R. Sec. 3.
Robert Morrison -
Student Council 2,3,
45 Science Club 35
Stage Crew 3, 45
Frank M. Mowry -
Football Team 2,3,45
Choir 2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,
3,45 Chapel 2,3,45
Operetta Cast' 4,
Bill Myers - Co-Op
Robert E. Neil-Math
Club 3,45 Naturalist
Club 25 HiY 2,3,45
Band 2,3,45 Orches-
tra 2,3,45 Jr. Play 35
Senior Play 45 Thes-
pian Play 45 Chapel
Sheila Mae 0'Connor
-Library Assistant 2,
3,45 Senior Adviser 45
Trojan Staff 45 Choir
2,3,45 Chapel 2,3,45
G.A.A. 2,3,45 Moth
Club 3,45 Y-Teens 2,
3,45 Science Club 3.
Patty Ogg-Choir 2,
3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45
Jeanne 0'NeiI - Y-
Teens 2,3,45 Trojan
Staff 45 Choir 2,35
Chapel 45 Prom Dec-
orating Committee 3.
Mary Lee Ortman-
Y-Teens 2,3,45 GA.
A. 3,45 Chapel 2,45
Concession Helppr 4.
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Helen Pulcheon Y G.
A. A. 2,3,4, Y-Teens
25 Chapel 45 Conces-
sion Helper 2,3,4.
Kathleen Rate W-
Choir 2,3,45 Y-Teens
2,3,45 Chapel 3,45
Senior Adviser 45
-G, A. A, 2,3,45 Y-
Teens 2,3,45 Dean's
Office Girl 3,45 Fu-
ture Retailers 4.
Phyllis Rogers - Y-
Sue Rogers-Band 2,
3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45
Dance Band 3,45 Y-
Teens 2,3,45 G. A. A.
Colleen Romer - Y
Teens 2,3,45 G. A.
A. 2,3,45 Senior Ad
viser 45 Chapel 2,3,
45 H. R, Sec. 2,3,
Robert Routson -
Football Team 3,4
Betty Russell - Y
Teens 2,3,45 H. R
Vice Pres, 2,35 Stu
dent Council 2,35 Ot-
tice Helper 45 Con-
cession Helper 2,4.
Robert Saltzman -
Football Team 354.
45 Naturalist Club 2,
3,45 Y-Teens 253,45
Trojan Staff 4.
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Naoma Scoby - Y-
Teens 2, G. A. A. 2,
Corridor Host 2,4,
Doris Semler - Or-
chestra l,2,3,4, Y-
Teens 2,3,4, G. A.
A. 2,3,4, Senior Ad-
viser 4, Office Helper
4, Chapel 2, 3, 4,
Choir 3, 4, Trojan
Joan Shaffer-G. A.
A. 2,3,4, Choir 3.
Bonnie Lee Sheffel
Mary Louise Simmons
-Choir 2,3,4, Y-
Teens 2,3,4, G. A.
A. 2,3,4, Chapel 3.
Virginia Lee Simons
- Trojan Staff 4,
Senior Adviser 4, Y-
Teens 2, Choir 2,3,4,
Chapel 2,3,4, Con-
Cession Helper 3,4,
Corridor Host 3.
Team 2,3,4, Track
Team 2,3,4, Operet-
ta Cast 4, Chorus 3,
Chapel 2,4, l-li-Y 2,
Joyce Smith-G. A.
A. 2,3, Naturalists 3,
Corridor Host 3.
Rex Smith -- Chapel
and Gold Staff 2,3,
4, Trojan Staff 4,
Senior Adviser 4,
Chapel 2, 3, 4, Y-
Bill Snyder - Class
President 4, Hi-Y 2,
3,4, Football Team
2,3,4, Math Club 4,
Operetta Cast 4,
Jackson H. Snyder-
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Science
Club 4, Naturalists Z,
3, Chapel 4.
John H. Snyder-HL
Y 3,4, Chapel 3,
Cafeteria Helper 2,3,
Sue Snyder--G. A. A.
2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,4,
Student Council 3,
Concession Helper 2.
Roy Stack-Hi-Y 2,
3,45 Golf Team 35
Naturalists 25 Chapel
Wayne Stanfield -
Chapel 25 Operetta
Jerry Stevenson -
Science Club 45 Pro-
jectionists 35 Chapel
45 Jr. Play 3.
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Virginia Warner David West - Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 4
Track Team 2,3,4
Hi-Y Treas. 2,3,4
Math Club 3,45 Sci
ence Club 3,45 Oper-
etta Chorus 2,3,4,
Harold Warren-Pro- Ladd J. Westfall
jectionists 2,35 Co-
op Club 4.
Ardyn Weaver-Hi-Y Lois Mae Wheeler
2,3,45 Operetta Cast
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A. A. 2,3,45 Senior
Jack D. Williams -
Naturalists 2, 3, 45
Math Club 3, 45
Swimming Team 2.
Doris Williamson -
Choir 2,3,45 G. A. A.
2,35 Y-Teens 2,3.
Beverly Wilson-Stu- Bill Wisner-Baskeb
dent Council 2,4, Sen- ball Team 2,3,4, Hi-
ior Adviser 4, Y-Teens Y 2, Sec. 3,4, Chapel
2,3,4, Operetta Cho-
rus 3,4, H. R. Chapel
Teens 2,3,4, Thes-
pians 2,3, Student
Council 3, Chapel 2,3,
4, Senior Adviser 4,
Class Sec. 4.
2,3,4, Class Pres. 3.
Y 2,3,4, Class V.
Pres. 3, Football
Team 2,3,4, Track
Team 2,3,4, Oper-
etta Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Pres. F.T.A. 4.
pel 2, Co-op Club 4.
Devere Line - Foot-
ball Team 2,3, Hi-Y
2,3, Chapel 2,3, Op-
eretta Chorus 2,3,
Choir 2, 3, Track
Team 2,3, Math Club
3, Warm Springs,
Jerry L. Wymer -
Chapel 3, Distribu-
tor Education Club 4.
Joan Yawberg-F. T.
A, 4, Chapel 2, 3,
Class Sec. 2, Operetta
Chorus 3, 4, Senior
Adviser 4, Y-Teens 2,
3,4, Homecoming At-
Teens 2, 3, 4, Cheer
Leader 2,3,4, Oper-
etta Chorus 3, Cast
4, Chapel 2,3,4.
pel 2,4, G.A.A. 2,3,
4, Y-Teens 2, Choir
Mary Zender - Cha-
pel 4, Choir 2,3,4, G.
A.A. 2,3,4, Y-Teens
4, Senior Adviser 4.
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Junior 2 'I 3
FIRST ROW: J. Andrews, J
Campbell, M. Becker, J
Burnham, A. Cairns B
Bartlett, J. Afcmbief Mi
SECOND ROW: J. Brock-
sieker, C. Bickle, R. Bee-
gle, P. Altman, D. Burry, P.
Benjamin, E. Calnoon, P
THIRD ROW: R. Barrell B
Bishop, J, Augusf, c. Ad!
ams, J. Barnnill, T. Bryant,
B. Buckley, J. Bennett, Mr.
FIRST ROW: B. Cooper, L.
Crawtis, S. Cole, R. Earlie,
M. Daniels, V. Cnarles, M.
Dillon, M. Dinclal.
SECOND ROW: L. Fellers, J.
Dayman, P. Fenstermaker,
R. Carpenter, W. Corbin, J.
Doyen, M. Ferguson, S. Cook.
THIRD ROW: R. Clymer, D.
Duttweiler, R. Farrison, G.
Cramer, B. Decker, F. Crates,
D. Courtney. FOURTH
ROW: Mr. Dull, C. Clark,
C. Fetters, J. Fekete, D.
Craytor, J. Dysinger, A.
Cramer, F. Evans.
FIRST ROW: B. Hall, B
Gulliford, D. Fry, M. Gear-
ing, J. I-lasslinger, P. Fleck
M. E. Garlow.
SECOND ROW: F. Gore, E.
Gonlke, P. Gohlke, J. Fisn-
el, B. Grimmer, R. Griffin, L.
Hailey, A. Frey.
THIRD ROW: M. Gardner,
C. Galloway, D. Hill, M.
Gordon, H. Greeno, D. Hay-
den, M. J. Gallant, W. Gilts.
FOURTH ROW: J, Fitzpat-
rick artigan, R. Fox
Gaines C. Goldsmith, C.
Gorman, L. Fox, Miss Keit-
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FIRST ROW: M. Lindsey, J.
Hoyer, D. Marvin, D. Jenk-
ins, M, Kimmel, J. Inman,
S. King, N. Loudenslager.
SECOND ROW: M. Hon-
ecker, L, Lonsway, M. I...
Kope, B. Mains, A. Mac-
Gregor, B. Lauck, M. Ken-
ney, P. James, M. Loube.
THIRD ROW: D. Marshall,
R. Lyon, J. Huth, M. Laird,
D. Johnson, B. Hill, K.
FOURTH ROW: M. Lafferty
N, Kirkend J. Lyon,GE
Aohnso , G. Hull D. Mains,
T, inn, . acolrn.
FIRST ROW: P. Paul, M.
Miller, P. Miller, J. Nich-
ols, P. Neal, C. Price, D. Mc-
Donald, P. Meek,
SECOND ROW: Miss Von
Meter, F. McDowell, N.
Miles, S. Null, S. Piter, J.
O'Neil, E. Povenmire, E. My-
grant, C. Overholt.
THIRD ROW: J. Phillips, J.
Pamoel, R. Miller, D, Mc-
Coy, G. Pitney, C. MCCarn-
ey, C. Phillips.
FOURTH ROW: R. Morger,
L. Myers A. dmore, L.
Powell, . Peterson . My-
ers, L, i ips.
FIRST ROW: R. Roaick, C
Stanfield, M. L. Schumacher
N. Roether, M. Slough, P
Shumaker, N. Pugh, M
Stall, J. Shirey.
SECOND ROW: D. Slough
F. Warren, D. Rose, D, Bur-
ry, P, Roberts, P. Sharp, J
Stone, N. Stone.
THIRD ROW: E. Rate, R
Rasor, B. Snow, C. Scott
C. Repo, G. Rader, D. Rout
son, P. Sterling, R. Slick.
Junior I I I
FIRST ROW: M. Wohlga-
muth, F. Thomas, R, Swick
M. Williamson, B, Sr, Myer
M. Traucht, T. Wolfe, P
SECOND ROW: Miss Wors-
tell, J, Woodward, R. Thom
D, Umbs, B, Westenhover
R. Yoxsirner, R. Ward, J
THIRD ROW: T. Tussing,
D. Woodward, D. Thomas,
D. Stough, D. Wohlgarnuth,
J. Thatcher, N. Twining.
FOURTH ROW: T. Tippin,
R. Wagner, H. Walters, D,
Sutton, F. Wilch, A. Wuertz,
FIRST ROW: M. Coe, A.
Charpiat, B. Bunts, P. Bay-
less, R. Chrisfman, B. Cal-
hoon, B. Baughman, P.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Phillips,
J. Carpenter, P. Alexander,
B. Abbott, B. Clark,B. Bark-
imer, J, Beard.
THIRD ROWi G. Cleary, T.
Bishop, D. Bauman, B.
Breda, P. Armbruster, R.
Copeland, D. Collingwood,
FOURTH ROW: L, Bayless,
D. Beltz, N. Cook, L. Catch-
ing, J. Brim, J. Campbell,
FIRST ROW: G. Frost, E.
French, J, Findley, M. Fox,
M. Faber, C. Frontz, D.
Emahiser, D. Fetters.
SECOND ROW: S. Crozier,
B. Foreman, P. Edrninston,
L. Friese, M. Cramer, J.
THIRD ROW: R, Dewey, J.
Evans, L. Day, J. Covert, L.
Duncan, R. Feller, E. De Les
FOURTH ROW: J. Fagan, J.
Eskers, B. Eskers, Mr. Burk-
hart, J. Costa, F, Dunn.
FIRST ROW: M, Harlett, B
Gorman, W. Groves, L. Gil-
len, C. Hochstettler, R. Hen-
ry, P. Hammoncl, A. Ghaster
SECOND ROW: Miss Wiest,
J. Grauel, D. Greek, M.
Grubb, M. Hlghsmith, F
Harris, M. Grove, S. Hart-
THIRD ROW: B. Haas, J
Hole, R. Gase, R, Hollen-
back, L. Heltmeyer, H
Hackenberger, R. Groves, J
FOURTH ROW: D, Hosler
R. Gillogly, S. Hauser,fB'
'Games J. Harshbarger, R
'Har'rns, D. Hertel.
FIRST ROW: A. Leach, J
Karcher, J. Leckey, S. Lauck
J. Lease, J. Keel, S. Janes
SECOND ROW: J. Klein, M
Long, V. Leal, W. Huston
B. Karcher, B. Hull, P. Ins-
ley, W, Leathers,
THIRD ROW: L, Leonard, D
Katz, J. Larkins, H. Lazen-
by, D, Howard, J, Koehler
R. Johnson, J, Joiner, B
FOURTH ROW: M. Hum-
mell, R. Lonsway, J. Hut-
ton, R, LaWarre, J. John-
son, K. Hough, T. Hyma,
-,L ar, Mr. Hunsicker.
FIRST ROW: N, Lydick, C
Mosier, J. Miller, B. Mc-
Kendrick, D. Mason, M. My-
grant, R. Lytle, J. Nivison
SECOND ROW: T. Morrow
M. Maurer, N. Lunn, M
McElligott, J. Martin, L
Lynch, M. Meagly, G. Nor-
ris, K, McLaughlin.
THIRD ROW: D. Mc:Cand-
less, K. Misamore, E. Myers
R. Miller, J. McCullough, R
Mains, R. Maraaart, R. Mal-
colm, T. Morrow.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Miller
P. Marquette, E. MacCorm
ack, B. Mellinger, T. Long
FIRST ROW: C. Rahl C
Richards, M. Shaffer,, M
Saltz, M. Pruitt, E. Reuth-
er, J. Remley, V. Norris.
SECOND ROW: Miss Hud-
nell, C. Ruck, T. Roth, F
Sanders, D. Orton, N. Rig-
gle, F. Rodabaugh, J, Rik-
er, G. Preston.
THIRD ROW: D. O'COnnor,
P. Rosor, G. Rader, M. Saltz
L. Schultz, D, Schmitz, C
FOURTH ROW: T. Peterson
C. smtp, R. Paul, N. Roonl
ey, H, Rilling, A. Rose, R.
Palmer, J. Sawvel.
Sophomore I I 2
FIRST ROW: S. Shoupe, N.
Shilling, M, Spayfh, C.
Steinhurst, V, Shettel, A.
Smith, C. Swisher, S. Stack.
SECOND ROW: B. Shrader,
N. Stimmel, C. A. Smith, J.
Slaughteroeck, M, Stultz, B.
Stewart, J. Smith, C, J.
THIRD ROW: D. Steegman
C. Smith, C, Swisher, B.
Sterling, J, Sutton, N.
Smith, J, Switzer, D. Stahl.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Avery,
C. Taylor, T. Smith, R.
Sprague, J. Shepard, A.
Swasick, B. Teatsorth.
FIRST ROW1 M. Zebedis, P.
Wise, J. Young, P. Wiggins,
T. Walter, V. Van Vorce, J.
Waaland, H. Williams,
SECOND ROW: E. Vondran,
S. Widenhoter, D. Winstead,
D. Weaver, P. Thompson, L.
Zeller, J. Woods.
THIRD ROW: Mr, English,
J. Veit, D. Waaland, D.
Thomas, B. Weitz, F. Wil-
FOURTH ROW: H. Yaw-
berg, E, Toland, R. Wink,
S. Wilkins, E. Ward, D.
Tritch, D. Trautman.
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Each year it is the custom at Findlay
l-ligh School to conduct one evening pro-
gram exclusively for parents so that they
are able to become more thoroughly ac-
quainted with the procedure and methods
of teaching and learning in our local edu-
Nearly SOO parents were guests of the
faculty during the Parents' Night program,
which was held on November lO. The
objectives and aims of each subject were
explained by the instructors in ten-minute
classroom periods. The eight sessions were
so arranged that each parent could follow
his child's schedule and meet the teachers
in their classroom roles. A committee of
faculty members planned the manner in
which the classes were to be conducted.
Faculty members also served as reception-
ists for the guests.
At the conclusion of the "classes" a
social period was held in the cafeteria where
the parents and teachers could meet in an
informal manner. Refreshments were fur-
nished by the home economics department,
with Mrs. G. R. Constien and Mrs. F. l..
Kinley presiding as hostesses.
A prize was awarded to students of
home room ll3 for having the most par-
ental representatives in attendance at the
event. The recognition was given as a
special feature to encourage students in
urging their parents to attend.
Parents' Night Scenes
Top photo shows a corner of the school
cafeteria during the social hour with the
hostesses, Mrs. G. R, Constien and Mrs.
F. L. Kinley, presiding over refreshments
and surrounded by a few of the parents who
turned out for the affair, ln the back-
ground is also a group of parents compar-
ing notes on the evening's activities.
Lower picture shows a parent in confer-
ence with D, N. Avery, sales instructor.
Top picture shows a student forum discussing
a current topic in the morning assembly pro-
gram. Members of the panels included David
Koehler, Bob Morrison, Lyle Bradfute, Robert
Neil, Tom Dunn, Frank Mowry and Sam Bisbee,
with Joe Da Pore serving as moderator.
Lower photo shows a section of the high school
choir appearing during the Easter chapel serv-
ices in the high school auditorium.
The official calendar of Findlay
High School always includes a chapel
program by each home room and a
number of addresses by noted and en-
tertaining speakers. Also on the as-
sembly agenda is included a number
of moving pictures which are shown
during the course of the year.
Chapel services are conducted in a
religious manner and are religious in
nature. The prime purpose of such
programs is to teach tolerance, con-
sideration, guidance and the import-
ance of religion and God in one's life.
They also teach young people how to
think, and students who participate in
chapel programs have the opportunity to de-
velop themselves and render a valuable service
to the school.
Assembly programs include a variety of speak-
ers engaged because of their previous records of
success in speaking before high school groups.
During the past year Findlay High School stu-
dents witnessed a variety of performances in-
cluding a liquid air expert, American folk song
interpreters, an occupational guidance counsel-
lor, a Shakespearean actor and other interesting
personalities. ln addition to their qualities of
entertainment, the assemblies have proved to
have fine educational value.
As a part of the intensified vocational coun-
sel program now being stressed at F. H. S., a two-
day guidance clinic was offered to the student
body the week of April 4 in an effort to aid stu-
dents in choosing their future course of study
according to vocational needs.
This year special emphasis was placed upon
individual interviews with local representatives
of 29 major trades and professions.
ln preparation for the program, Dr. Frank
D. Slutz, a noted youth counsellor of Dayton,
spoke to a student assembly on "Choosing a
Previous to the clinic students filled out in-
ventory forms to signify the fields of opportunity
in which they desired additional information and
advice. From the information secured from this
survey, the fields of interest were chosen. The
entire program consisted of group discussions
directed by the chosen representatives, fol-
lowed by personal interviews with these coun-
The Findlay Kiwanis Club sponsored the
guidance clinic with the assistance of the Stu-
Top photographs show two profes
sional men discussing phases of thei
work with interested students in thi
personal conference period of th.
guidance clinic in the high schoa
Bottom picture shows another stu
dent group busily engaged in discus
sing their career problems with thei
Upper photo shows homecoming queen
and court, The principals are, left to
right, Connie Leader, Jane Brown, Kath-
leen Rate, Bonnie Morrison and .loan
Lower picture shows Miss Kathleen
Rate being escorted to throne by Senior
Hi-Y member, Ardyn Weaver.
During the halftime ceremonies of
the Findlay-Fostoria football game,
Homecoming Queen Kathleen Rate with
her attendants, Jane Brown, Connie
Leader, Bonnie Morrison and Joan Yaw-
berg, was crowned in special exercises
under the auspices of the Student Coun-
cil. The girls were nominated by the
seniors and were elected by the student
Miss Rate and her attendants circled
the football field in convertibles before
the coronation ceremonies took place,
They were then escorted to an impro-
vised throne. Escorts were Senior Hi-Y
members, Dave Koehler, Ted I-lauman,
Bill Wisner, Jack Snyder, and Ardyn
Weaver, Dave Slough, vice-president of
the student council, officiated at the
ceremony of crowning the queen.
A coronation ball was staged in the
high school gym after the football game
in honor of the royal party. The l949
edition of the Findlay High dance band
made its first appearance of the season
at the event.
Students At Work
Top photo shows art student, Raundi
Medlock, completing a vase on the
potter's wheel for exhibition to the
Bottom photos show Bob Lyon work-
ing on a sniperscope for the annual
science day at Bowling Green and
Martha Nelson putting the finishing
touches on a poster for the Hobby
Show conducted by the Y. M. C. A.
Each year the fine arts and home arts depart-
ments present an exhibit to the public to display
student work completed during the preceding
school year. The exhibit encourages interest in
the talent and initiative of the arts classes and
gives students the opportunity to demonstrate the
best examples of their skill.
This year's exhibit was exceptionally well at-
tended and brought much comment upon the
quality of the displays. Staged in the department
rooms prior to the senior play, the fine arts classes
presented an array of perspective drawings, posters,
advertising art, architectural design, water color
work and oil paintings, Displays in handicrafts
and photography included examples of the differ-
ent photographic methods and objects produced
in plaster and ceramics.
The home arts department specialized in chil-
dren's garments and covering and re-upholstering
J. O. Jenkins managed the fine arts exhibit
and Miss Betty Van Meter directed plans for the
home arts display.
The science exhibit consisted of showings of
material prepared for the annual Science Day at
For the first time in years the hosts of the
junior-senior prom voted to have the event open
to alumni, sophomores and outsiders, providing
they were accompanied by an escort from the
upper two classes.
This concession meant that a record breaking
crowd attended the annual event and danced to
the music of Allan Cleveland and his Orchestra
from Heidelberg College.
Decorations were constructed to represent the
gold-mining town of old Dodge City in i8-49. Fronts
of saloons, jails, groceries, clothing stores, black-
smith shops and dance halls covered either side of
Gaily colored streamers cascaded from the
ceiling over a banner which officially welcomed
the guests to Dodge City,
Again the movie camera was on hand to re-
cord the reactions of the students in their best
bibs and formal tuckers during the grand march
and throughout the gala affair.
Refreshments were served by members of the
home economics department.
Scenes Al- The Prom
Top picture shows a member of
the decoration committee, Pat
Tinder, working on decorations for
Lower pictures show two guests,
Joy Fishel and Dave Marshall, en-
joying the festivities.
Also shown is one of the groups
which stopped to chat with Devere
Line during the evening. Devere
attended the prom after returning
home from Warm Springs, Georgia.
The Day's Fun
Top photos show sixteen of the Tal-
ent Day performers including a stu-
dent chorus line, members of the cast
of an original play by Claude Gold-
smith, and vocalist, Judy Archable.
Top row left is Bob Hayes, who served
as master of ceremonies for the pro-
gram. Lower picture shows faculty
member attired appropriately for the
Lower left is the chorus line in ac-
tion giving their rendition of "The
Girl Who Came to Town."
One of the high points of this year's ac-
tivities was Talent Day, sponsored by the
F. H. S. Student Council. In honor of the
occasion the faculty also proclaimed it as
Overall Day, and students were permitted to
wear blue jeans and other sportswear for the
duration of the day's program, Some faculty
members also carried out the theme in rugged
The morning assembly period was devoted
to a student talent program with sang, dance
and drama routines put on by volunteers from
the student body. The school dance band,
led by Fred Crates, also performed in one of
its last appearances of the season.
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FIRST ROW: Coach Yawberg, J. Fekete, F. Mowry, P. Kovach, R. Routson, W. Snyder, T.
Wittenmyer, R, File, D. Mains, B. Green, D. West, J. DaPore, D. Koehler, R. Slager.
SECOND ROW: Coach Bikle, D. Courtney, J. Malcolm, M. Lafferty, C. Repp, C. Peterson,
K. Friddell, A. Swasick, D. Craytor, M. Hummell, F. Wilch, R. Miller, E. Rate, R. Wise,
THIRD ROW: T. Welch, mgr.g T. Klein, mgr., R. Rasor, mgr.g D. Hill, H. Bell, D. Johnson, R.
Yoxsimer, J. Pampel, M, Gordon, C. Phillips, W. Decker, mgr.j B. Mathews, mgr.
jim, jwfball Sxzmwn,
An improved aggregation of football
players was fielded last season by Head
Coach Howard H. Yawberg. The Findlay
gridders scored l6O points, while allowing
their opponents only 7l. Lima Central was
the only team to shut out the Trojans in
scoring, and that by the margin ofa single
The Trojans won second place in the
Buckeye League, Coach Yawberg's golden-
clad warriors whipped Bowling Green 7-O,
Fostoria l3-O, and Tiffin 30-O. The Buck-
eye League champion, Fremont Ross, in-
flicted the only league defeat in a 20-7
thriller which wasn't decided until the clos-
ing minutes, despite the apparent superi-
ority of the final score.
In non-league play against bigger op-
ponents from larger cities Findlay broke
even. Dayton Dunbar was toppled l4-6,
while Marion Harding went down 41-7 and
Sandusky 30-7 before the onslaught of the
overpowering Trojans. Toledo Scott beat
Findlay 7-2, Lima Central defeated them
6-O, and Lima South salvaged a much-dis-
cussed thriller, l8-l2.
Mr. Yawberg served his fourth term as
head football coach last year, and was ably
assisted by Ellsworth C. Bartlett and Philip
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Beginning ot top, left to right: J. DaPore, J. Fekete, Capt. B. File, B. Green D. Koehler
P. Kovock, D. Line, D. Mains, F. Mowry, B. Routson, B. Soltzmcm, B. Sloger, B. Snyder:
D. West, T. Wittenmyer.
FIRST ROW: B. Wise, L. Gaines, B. Wisner, B. Garnes,
B. File, F. Wilch.
SECOND ROW: Ass't. Coach English, D. Bauman, E.
Ward, R. Johnson, T. Bishop, R. Bartlett, mgr.g Coach
THIRD ROW: T. Hyma, mar., F. Dunn, J. Harshbarger,
A. Swasick, R. Doepker, L. Miles, mgr.
Jim Agaaluzfball Snmxon,
Having the name of State Champs of I948
to live up to, the Findlay Trojan basketball
squad played inspired ball against the many
teams that were seeking the honor of defeat-
ing the defending title holders. Toledo Cen-
tral turned the trick in the District final by
three points, 46-43. So did Xenia and Fos-
toria, beating the Trojans 32-29 and 46-42,
The Trojans won I5 pre-tournament games,
and annexed the Buckeye League crown for
the seventh straight year. They also won
three more contests in tournament play before
ending their career for the season in the Dis-
Coach Carl Bachman, who finished his
fifteenth term as head cage mentor at Findlay,
was assisted by Marvin V. English, who per-
formed a very acceptable job in his first year
at F, H. S.
Altogether the Trojans scored I,O58 points
this season to 694 for their opponents. This
record gave them a 48-point average per game
offensively and 3I-point average defensively.
The two seniors on the team scored a total
of over 450 points. Bill Wisner racked up
249 counters while Bob File's record showed
a total of 203, Of the other regular team
members, Garnes scored I93, Wise l87,
Gaines II5 and Wilch 57.
Findlay ............ 28 Bellevue ................
Findlay ............ 29 Xenia ....................
Findlay ............ 53 Washington C. H.
Findlay ............ 79 Tiffin Columbian
Findlay ..... ...... 4 O Lima South ..........
Findlay ..... 45 Lima Central ......
Findlay ..... ...... 4 4 Greenfield McClain
Findlay ...... ..... 4 6 Fremont Ross ....
Findlay ............ 42 Bowling Green ..
Findlay... ........ 44 Fostoria .......
Findlay ............ 59 Kenton ..............
Findlay ..... ...... 5 3 Tiffin Columbian .
Findlay ..... ..... 5 2 Cincinnati Elder ..
Findlay ............ 59 Celina .............
Findlay ..... ...... 6 I Fremont Ross ......
Findlay ............ 45 Bowling Green .
Findlay ..... ..... 4 2 Fostoria .............
Findlay ..... ...... 6 2 Wapakoneta ......
Findlay ............ 38 Fostoria ................
Findlay ............ 49 Bucyrus ..............
Findlay ............ 43 Toledo Central ....
TOP: opt. B. File, B. Gomes
B. Wisner, B. Wise.
BOTTOM: F. Wilch, L. Gaines, J
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BOYS' INTRAMURAL CHAMPS
FIRST ROW: Bob Hill, Clifford Johnson, Kenneth Kaufman. STANDING: Mel
Lafferty, David Mains, Norman Kirkendall, David Johnson.
Girls' volley ball and girls'
and boys' basketball constitu-
ted the major part of the in-
tramural sports program
during the past school season.
Intramural sports are im-
portant because they provide
more widespread opportunities
for a large number of students
to learn to cooperate with
others while in athletic com-
Miss Esther March is direc-
tor of girls' physical educa-
tion. L. C. Keller directs the
boys' intramural program. He
is also the faculty manager of
FIRST ROW: S. Cook, M. Gal-
lant, R. Medlock, E. Mygrant.
SECOND ROW: F. Thomas,
manager, C. Galloway, C.
Bikle, R. Griffin, L. Crawfis,
FRONT: J. Ferris, C. Clark.
BACK: C. Fouts, S. Grose, D. Glass,
The drum majorettes, under the
guidance of C. L. Hite, were a part of
the outstanding teamwork of the Tro-
jan marching band this year.
They attended every football band
practice and led the marching band
at half-time during football games in
all the unique and difficult forma-
Regardless of weather conditions
they never failed in their duties and
helped give the band coordination and
spirit during the football season. They
also demonstrated their skill by giving
special programs during the basket-
FRONT: T. Walter, J, Porter. BACK:
N. Horning, B. Lauck.
Leading the cheers at
football and basketball
games and boosting the
morale of the team and fans
during the l948-l949 seo-
son, the cheerleaders were
a big factor in Findlay High
School's sports record this
The cheerleaders were on
the job at every home game
and went with the team to
out-of-town battles also.
This year's group of six
began training while they
were sophomores and have
been the official cheerlead-
ers for two consecutive sea-
sons. They are directed by
Miss Esther March.
LEFT TO RIGHT, first row: J. Malcolm, T. Wittenmyer, L. Myers, L. Frey, M. Gordon. SECOND ROW: E. Rate, D Miller
J. Fekete, T. Tippin, B. Eskers, D. Hill, A. Swasick, B. Wise. THIRD ROW: Coach Bartlett, P. Decker, T. Huffman, R Hollen
back, J. McCullough, P. Warner, B. Slager, B. File, Ass't. Coach Yawberg.
Coach E. C. BartIett's track and field squad of I949 five out of seven dual meets, and then annexed the Buck
was a vastly improved organization as compared with the eye League contest at Bowling Green. The team then en
Trojan aggregations of the past few years. Findlay won tered the District meet.
During their regular season the Trojans defeated Upper
Sandusky, Fostoria, Lima South, Tiffin Columbian and
Fremont Ross, losing only to Lima Central and Bowling
Green by two and four points, respectively.
H. H. Yawberg served as the assistant coach
Jim Hn!! ff.
Enthusiasm in golf during Findlay High s
I949 season reached an alletime high
the Trojans ended the pre-tournament sea
son with 27 straight dual match wins.
In the District tournament played over
the rugged Findlay Country Club course, the
Blue and Gold swingers were the winners
for the second straight year, Ashland was
second to the Findlay team.
As a result of the tournament, Findlay
received the District Trophy and qualified
for the State tournament at Columbus
All members of the squad will be back
next season except Gregory, Miller and
DaPore. Carl C. Bachman is coaching
FIRST ROW: Don Miller, Joe DaPore, Ted Bishop STAND
ING: Dave Slough, Jim Dysinger, Coach Bachman Clifford
Misamore and Jim Gregory.
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WATCHMAKER Ice Cream ...... Confectionery
Phone 18 532 S. Main St.
and Findlay, Ohio
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CONFECTIONERY south Main and em sneer
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409-I I WEST MAI N CROSS STREET
FindIay's Oldest Material Dealer
Concrete Products Builders' Supplies
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CENTER STREET LUNCH
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HOME COOKING AND PASTRIES
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2215 N. MAIN PHONE 3432
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EARL D. RUMMELL
ZZI7-I9 NORTH MAIN STREET
Bill Wisner ond Jack Wimer Iook at Iown
mowers for their summer's'work
Established I 887
303 North Main Street Phone 651
Hot Point Appliances
Automatic and Standard Washers
Water Heaters or
Television- Radios and The North Side Pharmacy
Fixtures 3Ol North Main Street Phone 217
Supplies and Service
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QUFK LUNCH OPEN 5 AM. to 8 P.lv1.
203 S. Main St.
We Carry high grade Candies
Complete News Stand
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Dysinqer's Meat Market ,
Friendly Service and Top Quality
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Peggy Neal as The Teen Tatler
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The Best Coal in Every Price Range
Winkler Stokers--Service C1 Repairs
424 W. Front St. Phone lll
Carol Hoy and Suzanne Beagle
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Largest Printers of School Annuals in Ohio
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