Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)
- Class of 1950
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HIS, the Mid-Century Edition of the Trojan,
is the forty-seventh annual to be published
by Findlay High School.
lf one could assemble a complete collection
of publications made by Findlay High or almost
any other American school over the past 50
years, he would note countless advances in-
augurated both in equipment and educational
method since the beginning of the Twentieth
Should any copies of the 1950 Trojan survive,
by good fortune, for the next five decades, a
similar number of improvements in education
would probably become apparent to readers in
that distant time.
The purpose of the 1950 Staff is, therefore, to
present a complete and accurate account of
life at Findlay High in this half-way year of the
All worthy graduates of 1950 hope that the
schools of our state and nation will continue to
progress as steadfastly in freedorn and truth
throughout the remainder of the Century as
they have done during the first half of its life.
Without continued progress, the triumphs of
the past become stagnant and lose significance.
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Adrninistration - I5
Faculty . 21
A vocations . 25
Athletics . 53
T hv Canning lfrop - . 65
Gradual tvs 71
Zllvrchanalisv Nlurl . . 8 7
OR many of us the most thrilling memories oi our high school lives are
the chapels, assemblies, dances, the prom, talent day, Coronation-
these are the happy days, the days that will live longest with most of us.
The contents oi this section reflect great social values which have
tormed the deepest and most lasting impressions of our school career.
They will remain with us in the years to come.
In keeping with the modernistic theme of the Mid-Century Edition,
we therefore present, iirst of all, the "Happy Days."
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The Christmas Chapel program was
presented by Home Room i3 enactl
ing the nativity scene.
Each home room has charge oi a
chapel during the school year. The
services are oi a religious nature, con-
ducted for guidance purposes. They
advocate tolerance, consideration and
character, and emphasize the impor-
tance of religion and God in one's life.
Students participating in the chapel
programs have an opportunity to de-
velop their abilities and give Valuable
service to the school as musicians,
dramatists and public speakers.
Assembly programs this year in-
cluded a wide variety of speakers and
artists who had fine records of previous
engagements in other high schools.
Nilkath Chavre, a representative
from the United Nations, and Cameron
Beck, Well-known lecturer, highlighted
the list ot personalities who appeared
The Trampoline Stars thrilled their
audience with daring and perfectly-
timed stunts, an lndiana University
professor presented a program of lames
Whitcomb Riley's poems, and a biolo-
gist showed elaborate, time-lapse
movies. These, along with other inter-
esting personalities, succeeded well in
rounding out the year's assembly pro-
Albert S. Otto describes the "Crypt
of Civilization," located at Cgle-
thorpe University in Georgia.
FRONT: Beverly Hall, Carol Bikle, Phyllis
tZ'l'1XNlDlNG: llattc- Cifthlkt-, lVlardy Slough.
The Findlay-Tiffin football game was highlighted
this year with the Coronation ceremonies of Foot-
ball Queen Carol Bikle and her attendants, Tillie
Wolfe, Mardy Slough, Pat Gohlke and Beverly
Hall. The Queen was crowned by David Slough,
president of the Student Council, during the special
exercises at halftime.
The queen and her attendants circled the field
in convertibles before the ceremonies. They were
escorted by five Senior l-li-Y members, Mel Laffer-
ty, lim Dysinger, Ralph Wagner, Ralph Rasor and
A coronation ball was held after the game in
the high school gym in honor of the royal party.
The girls who occupied the evening's place of
honor were selected through nomination by the
senior class and election by the student body.
The activity was under the supervision of the
The President of the Student Council, Dave
Slough, crowns Carol Bikle queen as
attendant Patte Gcvhlke lhcks on
Lane Powell, student chairman of a busi-
ness conference section, introduces Ardo
Whisler, the group consultant.
An effort to help the students choose their
future courses of study according to their voca-
tional needs was continued at F. H. S. this year
in the form of the Third Annual Guidance Clinic.
The Findlay Kiwanis Club sponsored this coun-
seling program, which was held during the last
week of March.
ln preparation for the program Mr. Clyde
Corle of Ansonia, Ohio, addressed the student
body concerning the important process of
choosing a life work.
The students filled out inventory forms indi-
cating the fields in which they desired addi-
tional information and counsel. Discussion
groups were formed in accordance with the
desires they expressed. Each individual had
an opportunity to attend two discussion groups
and have personal conferences with experts in
his preferred field.
Forty-seven business and professional people
of Findlay co-operated to make the clinic a
successful and helpful program.
The above scene shows the faculty committee planning the Parents' Night
Lett to right: Lloyd Dull, I. L. Marquis, Miss Helen lohnston, Miss Helen
Worstftll, l. D. Schmunk, Miss Betty Easton, D. D. Lawrence, Principal
C5 H, Cnonstien.
lt is the custom at Findlay High School to
conduct a program one evening each year to
acquaint parents with the methods and procee
dures of the school in the hope that this will
enable them to understand better the problems
of the children and their teachers.
This year a group of students presented a
program which made the different courses of
study familiar to the parents. After the audi-
torium session the guests had the opportunity
of seeing a movie or taking a conducted tour
of the building. Later in the evening a social
period was held in the cafeteria for the purpose
of enabling parents and teachers to meet in-
It is believed that this program helps to ce-
ment the necessary link between home and
Don Sutton and lohn Bennett demonstrate an
electronic device at the annual Parents' Night
A barber shop quartet composed of lim Miller,
Steve Hauser, Bill Weitz and Norman Rooney
labovel and a comedy act by Mary Lou Kope were
two of the featured numbers on the program.
One ot the high points of F. H. S. programs
this year was Talent Day, another activity
sponsored by the Student Council. Try-outs
were held several Weeks before the program
and the best talent selected. The successful
applicants then appeared before the student
assembly to demonstrate their abilities in
music, dramatics and gymnastics.
A surprising amount of talent was uncov-
ered at the show. Claude Goldsmith served
Well as the master of ceremonies who intro-
duced the various acts. The program in-
cluded several musical numbers, among
Which were a barber shop quartet and a
comic violin duo. Mary Lou Kope hilariously
dramatized a popular song of several years
ago, and a girls' gym class performed a
series of tumbling acts with commendable
Thr- Senior class president, lim Bainhill, is crowned King of the Prom by lim Koehler, lunior class
ptr-xy, while thvir dates Joanne Nichols and Barbara Rasor look on.
Photo at upper iight shows pre-prom decorating in progress with Sally Gray and Sally Shcupe
wt ikinf: on paywtr-r inarhrir urirlvrwater castles.
A couple of dancers glide past the sunken
trrtasum shiyf which furnished an important fea-
turr- of the proni sc-tting in Davey Innes' Locker
at tht- ltr ttftm cf the sea.
The annual lunior-Senior Prom was, as ale
ways, an outstanding event one to which
everybody looked forward all year.
For the second time in succession students
promenaded to the catchy tunes of Allan
Clevelands Orchestra from Heidelberg Col-
Students danced amid a deep sea atmos-
phere resembling "Davey lones' Locker"
While the orchestra performed from the inside
of a large sea shell. A sunken ship filled
with buried treasure was the center of attrac-
tion. The crew of the ship, a group of swash'
buckling pirates, served refreshments.
lunior class sponsors, Miss Helen Worstell
and R. T. l-larter, contributed much to the
success of the l95U spring prom. Merle
l-lummell was chairman of the decorating
committee, a group which performs one of
the biggest tasks of the year.
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HE administration of Findlay High School manages, directs and governs
all affairs of the school and plays a large role in supervising the
conduct and academic Work of the students. It is, in short, responsible
for the coordination and efficiency of the various functions of the school.
Superintendent F. L. Kinley and Principal G. R. Constien play the
leading roles in making the rules and policies of Findlay High, for it is
in their offices that both the educational program and the lighter side of
school life, including dances and assemblies, are scheduled for student
Miss Helen Iohnston and A. L. Mattoon, the deans of our institution,
assist students in deciding upon the courses which best fit them for a
happy and profitable life and also strive to aid them in improving their
academic work and social adjustment.
The Student Council and Senior Adviser groups are important in that
both these organizations help to give the students a part in the school
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SEATED: Miss Long, Miss Famer.
STANDING: Mrs. Askom, Mrs, Bishop, Mrs. I-Iarier.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Kerns, Mr. Bcxuqhmcm, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Gecxrinq.
INSERT: Mrs. Elizabeth Greer.
As in most schools of this size or larger,
school officials here have also realized
the need of maintaining deans for F.H.S.
students, and Albert L. Mattoon serves in
this capacity for the boys of Findlay High.
In addition to his regular classroom
schedule Mr. Mattoon also serves as per-
sonal adviser and counsellor to the boys,
and aids them in making their choice of
the curriculum which is most likely to be
an asset in later life. Serving as a co-
sponsor of the Student Council along with
Dean Helen Iohnston is another duty
which Mr. Mattoon performs.
In recent years Mr. Mattoon has been
largely responsible for the success of the
annual Vocational Guidance Clinic at the
high school. He also assists in planning
and arranging for numerous speakers and
Teen-age experts have long recognized
the need for counsellors for young girls,
especially those of high school age.
Findlay High is fortunate in having Miss
Helen Iohnston to fill the position of dean
Miss Iohnston not only has regular
classes but also is in her office four per-
iods a day to help guide girls in their
courses of study to prepare them for life
Along with these studies the dean also
serves as a co-sponsor of the Student
Council, the school government group. In
addition to this she heads the Senior Ad-
visers, a group of senior girls chosen to
serve under her direction as friends and
monitors to underclass girls.
The factors contributed by Miss Iohnston
in her capacity as dean help to make
school life for F.H.S. girls full, interesting
Serving as the official student governing body of Findlay Senior High, the Student
Council is one of the most active organizations of the school.
Representing each of the 22 home rooms, the Council under the supervision of its
sponsors, Miss Helen lohnston and A. L. Mattoon, handled the details of the annual
football queen ceremony, scheduled all dances following athletic events, managed con-
cession sales at football games and supervised such other activities as the collection of
money for CARE. lt is also the duty of the group to cope with many other difficulties
which arise during the school year.
David Slough served as president for the l949-50 term with Beverly Hall as vice
president and Sally Stack as secretary.
FIRST ROW Grauel Remley Hall D Slough Stack
SECOND ROVV: A. I.. Mattoon, Klein, Aungst, Cook
Herge, Day, Decker, Frost, Miss Helen Iohnston.
THlRD ROW: McCamey, L. Miles, D. Phillips, D. Sutton
Teatsorth, Wingate, T. Bishop, A. Smith.
FRONT: Slough, Stack. REAR, left to right: McCarney,
D. Sutton, Barnhill.
As is the custom in Findlay Senior High School, 35 girls are elected each year from
the upper half of the junior class to serve in the capacity of Senior Advisers. Chosen on
the basis of scholarship, responsibility, leadership and poise, these girls offer invaluable
service to the school.
The group, sponsored by the dean of girls, Miss Helen lohnston, is responsible for
aiding the underclass girls in becorning accustomed to the high school routine, and also
serves as a counselling agency for students.
As a further service to the institution, the Senior Advisers serve in the capacity of
secretaries in the offices of the deans.
SEATED: King, Gulliford, Griffin, Hall, Callani, Srhii
rnacher, Galloway, Pugh, Roelher, Cole.
SECOND RCW: Miss Helen Iohnston, Bilcle, Paul, E
Mygrant, Gilts, Carpenter, Kope, Price, Cook, Bastine
fioyer, M. Slough, Dayrnon.
THlRD ROW: Wolfe, Shumaker, Neal, Nichols, Breiti
gam, S. Pifer, I. O'Neil, Griiniiier, Null, Fishel E. Golilke
Ari informal group of Advisers gathers on the front
stops with Miss lohnston, faculty adviser.
Miss Bernice Kieffer L. C. Keller Miss Betty Easton
H. H. Yawberq Miss Esther March Miss Betty Van Meter
Mathematics Physical Education Home Arts
C. C. Bachman Miss Frances Stover - I. CD. Ienkins
Woodworking Librarian Art
D. T. Ricketts I. D. Schniunk Iack Volkmer
Machine Shop Vocational Related Auto Mechanics
I. l-l. Lawrence C. Flauqher I. L. Marquis
Driver Trainina Auto Theory Vocational Coordinator
R. S. Phillips D. D. Lawrence C. F. Burkhart
Biology Chemistry Physics, Radio, Mathematics
Miss Ruth Switzer
H. F. Brandenberger Wilbur Hall
French, English Dramatics, English
Miss Lora Wiest Miss Helen lohnston, Dean of Miss Ruth Kuenzli
Latin, English Girls, is instructor in Spanish. English
R. T. Harter
C. W. Hunsicker
World History, Iournalism
R. S. Miller
Social Problems, English
A. L. Mattoon, Dean of Boys,
is instructor in American History.
Miss Helen Worstell
D. N. Avery
Miss Mae Fassett
Miss Rosa Hudnell
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W. O. Iones
C. L. I-lite
Band and Instrumental
Band and Instrumental
Orchestra and Instrumental
INDLAY Senior High School is very fortunate indeed to have such
a comprehensive extra-curricular program. There are over eighty
organizations and home rooms in the school.
Among these are the two service clubs, the Tri Hi-Y for girls and the
Hi-Y for boys. The Math and Science clubs are representative of academic
For persons interested in dramatics the Thespian Society presents fine
opportunities to budding actors and actresses. Presented annually are the
Senior play and the Iunior play, the latter contributing funds for the Prom.
Each year the choir and the orchestra combine to present an operetta.
Later on the Spring Music Festival gives the concert band, orchestra and
choir a chance to display their talents.
The school administrators believe that only through a Wide variety of
organizations can every student be given a chance to participate in
whatever field his interests desire.
This year the Thespians really proved that they
follow their society's motto, "Act well your party there
all the honor lies."
The young actors presented three one-act plays for
public entertainment, "Wilbur Faces Facts," "Moon
Up" and "The Castle of Mr. Simpson." The productions
were directed by senior club rnembers under the super-
vision of W. E. l-fall, faculty sponsor.
Membership in the Thespian Society is honorary and
based upon previous acting experience.
Officers for the year were Bob Slick, president: Bon
Yoxsirner, vice president, and loy Fishel, secretary.
FIRST ROW: Fishel, B. Miller, M, Weavor, Ghaster, Boniloy, Slaughter-
beck, B. Hull, Porter, Hutchinson.
SECOND ROW: Nelson, I. Hoyer, Dayrnon, G. Frost, Hauddhaucyh,
Lytle, B. Gulliford, Griffin, Gore.
Tl-HRD ROW: Lupton, Stoltz, Shirey, Doyen, Lindsey, S, Kin-1, B, Hall,
FOURTH BOW: Bahal, Stoinhurst, P. Bowman, D. Hwy, Balilw, Laws,
C. Cook, Weitz, VV. E, Hall.
FIFTH ROW: lVlcGarvey, Aunqst, l. Bowtnan, Dowdell, Sawvel, lohns,
SlXTl'l BOW: Tell, Berlrlin, Iohnston, N. Smith, Pvwell, Goldsmith,
Yoxsimer, Rose, Slick, Farley,
FIRST BOW: R. Fox, D. Sutton, Bennett, Pampel, McCamey,
SECCND ROW: Rader, Duncan, Doeplcer, R. lohnson, Angus,
Miss Bernice Kieffer.
THIHD ROW: Smiley, Sawvel, I. O'Neil, Duttweiler, M.
The Math Club is an organization open to all
students who are mathematically inclined and
are interested in studyinq short-cuts in calcu-
This year one of the projects of the club was
a course on the operation of the slide rule. The
Math Club also sponsored the annual chess
Officers for the year were lohn Bennett,
presidentg Don Sutton, vice president, and foe
Pampel, secretary-treasurer. Miss Bernice
Kieffer sponsors the group.
FIRST ROW: Snow, Scott, Van Vorce, Harris, D. Fetters, Decker.
SECOND BOW: lack Evans, Collingwood, Duncan, Dowdell, Marion Saltz, I. Veit, D. Slough,
THlBD BOW: l. Bowman, Brabson, F. Evans, Caldwell, Wuertz, lol. Hartiqan, L. Day.
EOUl-tTl'l BOW: R. Frey, N. Cook, I. Dietsch, R, Fox, Weinandy, W. Cramer, Mr. Burkhart.
lt is throuqh the efforts of the members ot this
organization that the school is provided with visual
Not only are classes provided with student pro-
iectionists but the club also aids at assemblies by
showinq pictures whenever needed.
Student proiectionists regularly show their spirit
ol service to the school by qivinq up study halls to
run movies for classes.
The club assumed two new objectives this year.
One of these was to have one projectionist trained
in each class and the other to teach taculty rnern-
bers to operate the projectors, Gperators and
trainees worked in pairs under the new system.
The officers tor the year were Charles Scott,
president, Bill Decker, vice president, and Bob
Bill Decker also served in the capacity of audi-
torium proiectionist. C. F. Burkhart is club sponsor.
Photo shows "interior view" ot one of the
projection machines belonqinq to Findlay liiqh
The purpose of the F. R. O.
Club is to give practical ex-
perience to students who expect
to make retail selling a career.
The sponsor of the Future Re-
tailers at Findlay High is Doug-
This year the organization
consisted ot nine members. The
officers were Ierry August, pres-
ident, Dave Iohnson, vice pres-
identg and Bill Decker, secretary-
FIRST ROW: B. Decker, Brocksieker,
Ferguson, Gardner, Charles, August.
SECOND ROW: D. N. Avery, D. Iohnson,
Kirkendall, H. Hartiqan.
The purpose ot the F. T. A. is
to stimulate interest in the teach-
ing profession and acquaint
students with the teacher's prob-
lems. Principal G. R. Constien
is the sponsor of the group.
Otticers for the past year
were lim Huth, presidentg Milton
Gordon, vice president, and
Dan Rose, secretary.
FIRST ROW: G. R. Constien, Cole, Pugh,
P. Shumaker, Null, Gore.
SECOND ROW: Linclner, V. Leal, Burk-
hart, F. Thomas, Claypool, M. Bradley.
THIRD ROW: I. Westfall, E. Myqrant, I.
O'Neil, Smiley, Rinqs, M. Bryant, B.
FOURTH ROW: Katz, Rose, Bennett,
Huth, McCandless, Gordon.
The Gifice Helpers are a group of girls who
furnish assistance to Dean Helen lohnston, Dean A. L.
Mattoon and Principal G. R. Constien. All senior
advisers are automatically eligible to Work in the
offices although any students who have several free
periods rnay participate.
The Qllice Helpers perform such duties as running
errands, taking charge of routine affairs in the ab-
sence oi the deans, keeping attendance records and
caring lor sick students who may apply for help.
lwlliffl' ltO'vV: lrislry, if 'li1lII1l,lS Callaway, Hailey, E. Gohlkc,
iifllliii llc-lt rr lllrri:-1'fI1,CiI1li1r1, Kinrz, li, Hall, Price,
UIKTOFJIP HUW: fl, l.. Mcftf r,n, In-nlcrris, Karcher Weaver, S. Piier,
lvrfzhs-l, l'. Cir hllc-Y, Neal, lNc1rrl, Hr wthflr Pugh, C. H. Constiori.
'l'llllilJ HUWL Iflir-ivy ll. l'rri,l, Ov:-rlri lt, lf. Myirant, Gilts, Elder,
l'CJlllt'l'll ltOW: l"ll1VV'fIli1 llfrr, T. O'Nr21i, Shoup, llerqc
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The Naturalists Club, sponsored by R. S. Phillips,
is cornposed ot students who are interested in Wild-
lite. The Naturalists carried on their usual yearly
projects of bird banding and bird counting, and as a
special event the club had a Christmas bird-counting
The officers ot the Naturalists tor the year were
Dave Marshall, president: Charles Phillips, vice
president, Hans Rillinq, secretary-treasurer, and loy
Fishel, corresponding secretary.
FlRST ROW: Krueqer, Cole, Fishel, Marshall, N, Cook, C. lanes,
Hauser, Rose, Haas, Love, R. S. Phillips, Malloy.
SECCND ROW: loiner, Hackenloerqer, Crates, R. Fox, B. Cramer
I. Dillon, Brabson, l. Martin, C. Phillips, Dietsch.
FIRST ROW: Hutchinson, Iarvis, Benton, Buckrnan, M. I. Hoyer, Morse, S. Thompson, G. Massillo
SECOND ROW: Love, H. Wohlqarnuth, Lupton, Misamore, Rings, Wymer.
THIRD ROW: M. I. Peterson, Trautman, M. L. Hill, Winders, Van Stronder, Slocum, Elder, O
Hiqlisrriith, K. Young.
FOURTH ROVV: Neeley, Moore, I3. Haley, Smiley, N, Miller, I. Urnbs, Horninq, N. Hiqley, B. Hiqley
FIFTH ROW: Andrews, D. Hoy, D. Iones, Inqledue, Bradley, M. A. Myers, I. Foltz, C. Ianes
Ilosinan, P. Galloway.
FIRST ROW: S. Ianes, Bunts, Lease, Shrader, Clark, B. Hull, Grauel, Remley, C. Mosier.
SECOND ROW: Frontz, Stinimel, I. Crawford, M. Fox, M. Myqrant, I. Findley, Hammond, Stoltz
THIRD ROW: Miss Worstell, I. Younq, Gray, Shoupe, Crozier, Abbott, D. Weaver, C. Richards
Charpiot, M. Hiqhsmith.
FOURTH ROW: Beard, Shillinq, H, Williams, G. Frost, B. Barkimer, Mattox, S. Hartiqan, Slaughter
beck, Keel, Swisher.
FIRST ROW: Crawiis, Griffin, Gallant, B. Schwab,
Stantield, Doyen, Lindsey, F. Thomas, B. Hall, L.
Hailey, B. Gulliford, S, King.
SECOND ROW: M. Wohlqamuth, Woodward, M. Stall,
Inman, L. Lonsway, P. james, Garlow, Esther Cal-
hoon, Ethel Calhoon, Swick, I. Nivison, Charles.
THIRD ROW: I. O'Neil, MacDonald, Burnham, M.
Miller, Gilts, Miles, Redick, Paul, Kope, P. Altman, I.
Stone, E. Myqrant, Overholt, P. Roberts, I. Hoyer.
FOURTH ROW: E. Gohlke, Bartlett, Pugh, C. Price.
Neal, Breitiqam, M. Slough, P. Gohlke. Miss Van
Meter, Tinder, Roether, Laube, Fishel, Grimmer,
MacGregor, Null, Shoup.
The Tri Hi-Y Clubs
The Tri-Hi-Y clubs, social service orqani-
zations Ior qirls, are operated in conjunc-
tion With the I-Ii-Y clubs of the school.
This year the Tri Hi-Y and Hi-Y clubs
jointly financed and sponsored the appear-
ance of George Campbell, popular sonq
Mary lane Gallant was president of the
Senior Tri Hi-Y club. The leader of the
junior group was Barbara Shrader. Ioan
Love headed the sophomores.
The club sponsors were Miss Betty Van
Meter, seniorsg Miss Helen Worstell, jun-
iors, and Mrs. lack Thomas, sophomores.
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junior In i-g
FIRST ROW: R, Gulliiord, Cham
bers, Mr. Dull, Farley, D. Cold
SECOND ROW: I. Frost, K. Berry
T. O'Neil, I. Bowman.
THIRD ROW: Tell, Blide, A. Smith,
FIRST ROW: Healy, R. Hill, R. Rasor, Lafferty I D Schmunk Pampel Wagner W Decker
Courtney, I. Phillips.
SECOND ROW: Rate, Thatcher, Marshall D Slough C Repp McCarney D Thomas Dowdell
H. Hartiqan, R. Wohlqamuth, I. Malcolm, Bell R Lyon
THIRD ROW: Goldsmith, Yoxsimer, Tippin Friddell Arnold Barnhill Scott Powell R Miller
H. Waiters, Slick, Pitney, Gaines.
FIRST ROW: Breda, Hummell
Ruck, Rooney, Day, Cleary
SECOND ROW: E. De Les Dernier
McCandless, Hackenberqer, Bau-
man, T. Bishop, Koehler, P. Rasor,
THIRD ROW: Sawvel, Weitz, E.
Myers, Palmer, Leonard, Mason,
l- Andrews L. Crawfis l.. Gillen M. L. Hill M. Mattox L. Povenl i e C. Staniield
B- Bduqhrrlrln I. Doyen I. Grauel H. I-lillcert B. Miller R, Redick F. Thomas
P. Baumlein M. Ferguson R. Griffin D. Hoy N. Miller I. Rernley M. I.. Trautman
B. Benton B. Fields L. Hailey B. Humphrey K. Moore F. Rings L. Turner
P. Bowman I. Foltz P. Haley C. lngledue C. Mosier M. L. Schumacher N. Van Stronde
A. Cair s M. Fox F. Harris D. Iones M. Myers N. Sheerer I. Westfall
P. Cairns C. Fruchey M. l-Ieistand M. L. Kope E. Mygrant S. Sheldon P. Wiggins
l- CCIIIDG-flier M. I. Gallant R. Henry I. Krueger I. Neeley P. Smiley I. Wimer
R. Christman M. Garlow M. Hess D. Lindner M. Nelson I. Smith M. Wise
B. Clark C. Galloway O. Highsmith M. Lindsey P. Paul I. Snyder I. Woodward
S. Cook A. Ghasier B. I-ligley B. Lytle I. Porter I. Spitler R. Yates
FlRST ROW: M. Grubb, D. Fetters, Frontz, Lindsey, Rice, Croy, Daniels, Van Vorce, Lytle.
SECOND ROW: Null, Shrader, H. Williams, Alexander, B. Hall, Cole, MacGregor, Doyen. Laube.
THIRD ROW: D. Slough, McCamey, McGarvey, Farley, Stanfield, I. Westfall, A. Cairns, M.
Ferguson, R. S. Phillips.
FOURTH ROW: I. Phillips, l. Thatcher, B. Games, Hackenberger, D. Baldwin, Hoile, Klein, I. Ve-it,
The Concession Helpers, a group of about 30
students, work to serve the football patrons.
While the football fans cheer their favorite
team and follow the fortunes of the game the
Concession Helpers are busy providing them
The Student Council sponsors the organiza-
tion, which this year was under the supervision
of R. S. Phillips.
The Concession Helpers have financed a
large proportion of the programs which were
presented this year for the student body. One
of the most outstanding of these was a tech-
nicolor movie showing the growth of flowering
plants by means of time lapse photography.
The Concession Helpers have thus been in-
strumental in bringing pleasurable entertain-
ment to the entire school.
Concession helpers busily Wait on trade
during time-out periods at the football
C. L. Hite, Director: Ralph Shell, Assistant
Delbert Cameron, jean
r, lieger lledges, Ca
e Hiqley, Iames
rrndle, Patsy Reese, Bcnnr
ks, ' Elarne Sink.
Scott, leyce Btrrnrra
hrll, W1 lrarn Btshcp,
nn Ne swand-er, Shirley
u Htll, Ioyce
Wtse, Nrle Shuber
McGe'.ven, ' Anya
se-y Redlck, B
S, R. Rczsor
wman, Don Beltz, Calvm
s, Ivan Bo
stead, Pat lnsley,
ore, Sue Null,
ether, Margaret Stultz,
llie Wolfe, lo A
on, Margaret Fox, leannette
sor, D. Sutton,
W: Ioiner, R.
man Rooney, Steve
Darrell Courtney, N
LEFT TO RIGHT: Scott
Cole, Rasor, Bennett.
FIRST ROW: Shrider, Hutchinson, Shracler, Cole, Hoyer,
Morris, Bibler, Elder, Crozier, Daymon.
SECOND ROW: Steinhurst, Burkhart, Winders, Grimmer,
Esther Calhoon, Leal, Lytle, Humphrey, Bartlett, Rings.
THIRD ROW: Strait, Widenhofer, Marshall, Bennett, Gold-
smith, Pampel, P. Rasor, I. Bowman, Woods.
FOURTH ROVV: Ramon lohnson, Larlcins, Scott, Bishop,
FIFTH ROW: Rillinq, Howard, Yawberq, Katz, I.. Bayless.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Shumaker
Hoyer, Daymon, Pugh
FRONT: Crozier, Schu-
macher, M. I. Hoyer.
REAR: Larkins, Brabson.
FIRST ROW: Shumaker, Cole, I. Hoyer, Gore, Lindsey
Bartlett, E. Gohlke, P. Gohlke.
SECOND ROW: I. Westfall, P. Roberts, McDowell, A. Smith
Pifer, Galloway, Daymon.
THIRD ROW: Shirey, Pugh, Fishel, E. Calhoon, Myqrant
FOURTH ROW: Courtney, Shoup, Doyen, Grimrner, Ward
FIFTH ROW: Bell, Rate, Marshall, Bennett, Wolfe.
SIXTH ROW: Goldsmith, Slick, Slough, R. Lyon.
SEVENTH ROW: Dysinqer, Friddell, Powell, R. Rosor
EIGHTH ROW: D. Sutton, Dowdell, Hall, Pitney, Barnhill
Scott, W. Bishop.
FIRST ROW: Fox, Myqrant,
Cole, Doymon, R. Rasor.
TOP: Pampel, Scott, Sutton.
FIRST HOW: Stoltz, Remley, N, Stone, M. Spayth, B. Calhoon, Lindsey, Brocksieker, Traucht
SECOND ROW: Williamson, M. Nelson, St. Meyer, Huston, Miles, MacGregor, Ferguson, Marvin
THIRD ROW: C. I. Smith, Povenrnire, T. Fetters, L. Westfall, W. Decker, Predrnore, Vandran, I. Hiker
li. Brown, I. Croy, Mr. Brandenberger.
FGURTH FLOW: R. Thomas, Hummell, Tippin, Rilling, Mellinger, R. Wohlgamuth, I. Hoile.
Duties of the Corridor Hosts consist of aci-
ing as escorts to visitors who may enter the
building, keeping the halls cleared of debris
and tending the corridor lights during the
change of class periods.
The organization furnishes a valuable
service to both school and students by seeing
that lockers are protected during the day
and by assisting the faculty in any Way 7
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Any Findlay High student is eligible for
membership if he has average grades or
better and also has one regular study hall
The Corridor Hosts are under the sponsor-
ship of H. F. Brandenberger.
The Cafeteria Helpers serve the
school by attending to the details of
preparing lunch in the school cafeteria.
Students work the third and fourth per-
iods and during the noon hour.
Two benefits derived from working in
the cafeteria are that the workers are
first to be served and they get their
meals free of charge. Miss Betty Easton
is the cafeteria manager.
FIRST ROW: B. Stewart, I. Young, B. Calhoon,
M. Weaver, G. Shrider, Lazenby.
SECOND ROW: K. Young, Misamore, R. Laws,
Esther Calhoon, D. Greek, Miss Easton.
THIRD ROW: I. Bowman, Huth, I. Cooper, R.
Feller, G. Brown, R. Hedges.
One of the hardest working groups
in Findlay High School is the corps of
Library Assistants. They deserve rnuch
credit for faithfully performing the ardu-
ous duties of shelving books and taking
care of circulation and attendance rec-
ords. The Library Assistants are volun-
teer Workers who devote their regular
study hall periods to this Work.
The group is under the direction of
Miss Frances M. Stover.
FIRST ROW: D. Greek, C. I. Smith, P. Kam,
SECOND ROW: Miss Stover, G. Shrider, I. Rice,
THIRD ROW: McCcmdless, W. Eskers, I. Hiker.
blue and gold Editors
' Managing Editor ........... Claude Goldsmith
Makeup Editor ................ lessie Westfall
Editorial Page ........ ......... P at Shumaker
Senior Business Staff
Advertising Manager ........ Marilyn Lindsey
i n Subscription Manager ............ Ioeri Doyen
'u ' ' ' 'Fl Circulation Manager ......... Rosemary Ward
T 'if-i-.,,,:' The student photography was done by Robert
-, Lyon, unless signed otherwise.
-'A seH,suPPo,,,ing newspupu published bi, The Blue and Gold is a bi-weekly newspaper
weekly. except during school vacations. exam- pL1bllSl'1ed by the jOL1I'I1ClllS1'1'1 class of fOI' the
inution periods and between semesters, by the student body, about 500 of whom purchase regular
Iournalism Class of Findlay Senior High School.
subscriptions each year. The paper is seli-support-
ing, obtaining its revenue solely from subscriptions
The Blue and Gold is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the
Northwestern Ohio Department of lournalism Association. The F. H. S. publication received a
superior rating at the annual convention of the latter association at Bowling Green State
University last spring. At the same meeting David Katz won iirst prize in the Toledo Blade
contest for the best sports article of the year and Marilyn Lindsey won second prize in the
The journalism course provides an opportunity ior enterprising students to gain exper-
ience in almost every phase of printing and publishing. The makeup staii meets bi-weekly at
the Kistler Print Shop to set up the paper.
A technicolor movie showing every step in the production and distribution of the E. H. S.
paper was begun last year and has now been completed.
This year the Blue and Gold marked its twenty-iiith year oi publication. C. W. Hunsicker
is the staff adviser.
BLUE AND GOLD STAFF
FIRST ROW: Ward, I. Westfall, Lindsey, Goldsmith, Shumaker, Doyen, Price.
SECOND ROW: Drake, Keel, Lytle, Faber, Beegle, Hutchinson, C. W. Hunsicker.
THIRD ROW: Rader, Katz, Clinger, P. Lyon.
the tro 'an
This year the Trojan was edited around a new
plan. Each section had its own literary editor.
Faculty members nominated candidates for the
staff according to literary skill and good scholar-
ship. The staff chose their own editor-in-chief.
Specific jobs were then assigned with due regard
for ability and desires.
Through the excellent work of the subscription
staff over five hundred books were sold. The cost
of printing the Trojan is covered by the sale of
subscriptions and the advertising bought by
The staff voted to include in the Trojan all spring
activities such as the prom, the track and golf
teams, the senior play and the commencement
exercises. This decision made it necessary to have
a later publication date.
FIRST ROW: Doyen, I. Westfall, Lindsey, Goldsmith, Gallant, Cole, Pugh, Shumaker.
SECOND ROW: S. Cook, P. Paul, E. Mygrant, Price, Daymon, I. Hoyer, Grimmer.
Tl-HRD ROW: C. W. Hunsicker, Pitney, Bennett, Neal, Ward, M. Slough, R. Carpenter, E. Gohlke.
Avocations. . . .
The Coming Crop
Staff Artist ..,.......
lnforrnal Photography .... ..
Typists ....,........... . . .
.... .Claude Goldsmith
.. . . .Marilyn Pugh
. . . . Pat Shumaker
.. . lean Hoyer
. . . . john Bennett
. .. ...Peggy Paul
. . . . . lane Daymon
. . . . .Barbara Grimmer
.Carol Bikle, Sally Cook
Circulation. Connie Price, Chairman
Advertising... .Glee Pitney, Chairman
Mary lane Gallant
Graphic Supervisor. . . ..........,.. Elizabeth Gohlke
Assistants ...... ..... M ardy Slough, Peg Neal
Faculty Adviser. . .
Robert Lyon, senior student photographer.
iunior play of 1949
This year's junior play, "The Fighting Littles," kept
the audience in a state of hilarious confusion. The action
concerned a family known as the "Littles," a household so
exceptional that their everyday experiences seemed
humorous even to the most jaded spectator.
Each member of the family had ideas and expressed
them humorously and sincerely. "Daddy" Little had a
daughter, Goody, whose friends he regarded as perfect
Goody's boy friend, Ham Ellers, was considered the
Worst of the lot. "Daddy" thought romance should begin
just the same as his did-eat a Sunday School picnic.
After spirited and lengthy discussions Goody decided
to follow her father's advice in finding a suitable boy
friend, a decision which produced unlimited confusion.
The play was presented before an audience of over
FRONT: Angus, lnsley.
REAR: Frost, Copeland, Faber
FRONT ROW: Watkins, Steinhurst, Stultz.
MIDDLE ROW: Roth, Iohnson, Copeland, Faber, Angus.
TOP ROW: Ghaster, M. Highsmith, Rahal, N. Smith, Insiey, Frost, Lytle.
"uno foot in heaven "
senior play of 1950
FRONT ROW: Frost, Gore, Gohlke, Daniels.
MIDDLE ROW: Rose, Bryant, Fishel, Price.
TOP ROW: Carpenter, Burnham, Kope, Shirey, Goldsmith, Powell, Dowdell, Marshall, Pugh,
This year's senior dramatic production, "One Foot in
Heaven" by Hartzell Spence, included a cast of l8
ln it the author presented a true story dealing with the
history ot his family. The biographical comedy had pre-
viously achieved success both as a motion picture and as
a stage play.
The story begins as the Reverend Spence, his wite and
their two children move into a parsonage in a strange
As it the ramshackle house which the congregation
"didn't have time to tix up" isn't enough to discourage the
new pastor, he tinds that his new tloclc includes a group
of assorted nuts. How the hard-working minister and his
family solve their problems torms the plot oi the play.
The production was well attended by an appreciative
audience. W. E. Hall served as the director.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Marshall,
t Kope, Bryant.
During the course of the
school year the members of the
Science Club have discussed
everything from flying saucers
to radio receivers.
Sometime within either se-
mester each member must give
a talk on a scientific subject of
his own choosing.
The Science Club stresses
particularly free discussion and
the gaining of experience
through the construction of
Officers for the year were
Charles Scott, president: Clair
Fetters, vice president, and
Charles Repp, secretary-treas-
FIRST ROW: Trett, P. Bayless, Van Vorce, Harris, I. Karcher, S. lanes, Harlett,
M. A. Myers, Rogers.
SECOND ROW: Hickle, I. Carnes, M. Gohlke, B. Barkimer, I. Stone, Knight,
Christman, Miss Easton.
THIRD ROW: D. Lazenby, M. Wise, Trautman, Leckey, N. Stone, R. Yates,
C. Fruchey, Harding, Swick.
FlRST ROW: C. Repp, Pampel, R. Lyon, Collingwood, C. Fetters.
SECOND ROW: Westanhaver, C. Scott, Arnold, C. F. Burkhart.
The Future Homemakers of
America, a club newly organ-
ized this year, was formed by
students of the home economics
The object of the club is to
increase each girl's ability to
become a better homemaker
through closer attention to cook-
ing, sewing and other house-
Officers for the year were
Rose Christman, president: Bar-
bara Baughman, vice president:
Carol Fruchey, secretary, and
leannette Leckey, treasurer. The
faculty sponsor was Miss Betty
The Trades and Industries
Club was newly organized this
year by senior boys in the
mechanical arts department.
Membership in the club is re-
stricted to boys in the senior
trades and industries courses.
Club meetings were held twice
Officers of the organization
for this year were Don Thomas,
president: Dick Weinandy, vice
president, and Dale Warner,
The sponsors of the club
were I. D. Schrnunk and I. L.
FRONT ROW: Clymer, Wuertz, Shelley, Weinandy, Greeno, Cramer, I. Brown
MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Marquis, Sterling, Routson, D. Thomas, Lathers, Kin, Altman
Brink, Brim, Mr. Schmunk.
TOP ROW: Fitzpatrick, Fox, E. Brown, Cooper, Hail, Yates, Woodward, Bauer
FRONT: Baldwin, Veit, Westfall, Sterling.
REAR: T. Sutton, Shepard, Mr. Hayes, Yates, T. Smith.
The Stage Crew is composed
of a group of boys whose task
is to set up the scenery and
handle the properties used in
all school productions.
The biggest jobs performed
by the stage workers are for
the operetta and the junior and
Although for the most part
the efforts of the Stage Crew go
unrecognized, this work is an
essential part of any dramatic
production. Charles Hayes,
chief custodian, is the group
trojan lla neo ba nfl
SAXOPHONES: Fred Crates, Ramon lohnson Marilyn Myers Barbara Foltz Ieannme Hartman
TRUMPETS: Howard Walters, Elizabeth Claypool Richard Wohlqamuth Gerald Rader
TROMBONES: lim Barnhill, William Bishop Charles Scott Charles Dowdell
BASS: Iim Covert.
PIANO: Ronald Aungst.
VOCALIST: Ioan Rice.
One ot Findlay l-liqh's most important
groups from the standpoint of entertain-
ment is the dance band. The F. H. S. syn-
copators provided music tor many school
affairs including certain dances which tol-
lowed football and basketball qames.
They also played a prominent part on the
Talent Day proqram.
The dance band also qave concerts out-
side oi school, appearing at the Masonic
Temple and the Chamber ot Commerce
The syncopators were led by Fred
Crates, talented F. H. S. saxophone artist.
INDLAY Senior High School has in recent years developed an
excellent interscholastic athletic program.
ln inter-school competition the Blue and Gold teams compete with
schools throughout the state for top honors in football, basketball, golf
Under the able direction of Coaches H. H. Yawberg, C. C. Bachman,
R. T. Harter, Philip Bikle and E. C. Bartlett the Trojans have achieved
Iust as important as the interscholastic competition are the intramural
teams in basketball, volleyball and bowling. By making it possible for a
greater number ot students to compete the intra-school games have created
a greater interest in sports.
The program is under the direction ot L. C. Keller and Miss Esther
March, instructors in physical education.
The Trojan Varsity team this year completed
the football season with eight wins and one
defeat, thus tying the 8-1 record of the 1940
The Trojans defeated Bucyrus, 22-0, in the
season preview. A Week later Findlay beat
Columbus Aquinas, 35-12. After trailing Lima
South by six points in the first minutes of the
game, the Trojans surged to victory, 21-12. The
third win of the season was over the Bowling
Green Bobcats, 42-7.
Next on the list for the Trojans was the Fre-
mont team, rated sixth in the state. Although
Findlay was outweighed approximately 30
pounds per man, the Blue and Gold roared to a
26-13 victory. Having defeated the Bossmen,
Findlay itself moved into sixth place in the
The Trojans took Lima Central, 26-14, and
then went down to their only defeat of the sea-
son before an inspired Marion squad, 39-20.
Findlay slaughtered Tiffin Columbian, 81-0,
and the next week defeated Sandusky, 14-13.
The Trojans closed the season with a 28-0
victory over Fostoria.
The junior Varsity completed its season with
a record of six wins and two losses.
The schedule opened with Findlay beating
Lima South, 31-7. The following week the lay-
vees played Bowling Green, winning by a score
The first defeat of the season came at the
hands of Fremont, 33-26. Following this defeat
the Iayvees won over Lima Central, 20-6, and
also defeated Marion Harding, 19-7.
Bluffton was the next team to lose to the Little
Trojans, 26-0, but Sandusky defeated them, 20-6.
The layvees won their final game of the season
by defeating Fostoria, 39-6.
FIRST ROW: I. Huth, E. Henqsteler, K. Friddell, M. Gordon, D. Hill, D. Courtney, D. Miller, F. Wilch,
H. Bell, I. Pampel, B. Wise, E. Rate, C. Phillips, Head Coach Yawberg.
SECOND ROW: C. Peschel lmgr.l, H. Yawberg, R. Noonan, Hans Rilling, C. Fleming, B. Eskers, A
Swasick, M. Hummell, R. Wink, I. Koehler, L. Peterson, N. Rooney, R. Palmer, L. Duncan fmqr.l,
T. Welch, trainer.
THIRD ROW: E. C. Bartlett, B. Carr, D. Beltz, E. MacCornack, C. Iohnston, H. Gase, P. Rasor, K. Ruck,
B, Mcliendrick, D. Bauman, E. Myers, P. Warner, D. Katz, I. McCullough, P. Bikle.
Individual photos of the Senior lettermen appear on the following page.
Q , Frmd Wilch
Joe Pam pol
Kan nddall .
D ,- 4: I
FIRST ROW: Martin, Cornwell, D. Phillips, Beltz, A Smith Armbruster Iacobs Staufier
SECOND ROW: Coach Harter, Brooks, Elliot, Abel Wingate Adams Barrell Ricksecker Mitchell
Blide, Alumni Assistant Wittenrneyer.
THIRD ROW: Huff, Risner, Gamble, Hildreth, Dela I-lamaide Roberts Powell Vanatta Clinqer
Leary. Not included: Wilbur Tate.
Findlay .... ....
Lima South . . .
Fremont Ross .
Lima Central ..
Bluffton . .
Fostoria . .
A Toledo school again proved a iinx to Find- Seas-05,5 Record
lCiY's Trojans as the Polar Bears of Woodward Findlay ........... 46 Bellevue .......
handed the Blue and Gold cagers their first set- Findlay ..... ..... 4 U Xenia .........
back in 21 contests, blasting them from the Findlay ..... ..... 7 3 Washington C.l'l
district tourney at Toledo by the score of 40-38. FiHdlC1Y ----- ----- 5 4 Tiffill Cdumbifln
Findlay ..... ..... 4 9 Massillon ......
The Trojans won lO contests handily at the Findlay ..... ..... 3 8 Lima Central
outset of the season before running into trouble FiDCllCIY ..--- ----- 5 2 LUHCI South ----
in the eleventh with Fostoria. The Ftedmen Fifldlffy' ----- 52 Newark -------
forced the local cagers into an overtime before Pl1'1dlUY ----- ----- 5 4 Ff9mPUl ROSS - -
bowing to the Blue cmd Ggldl 44-43. Findlay ..... ..... 6 O Bowling Green .
Findlay ..... ..... 4 4 Fostoria .......
Findlay completed the regular season with a FiT1d1C1Y ----- 50 Kenton --------
record of l7 wins and no losses, and entered the Flndkw ----- 43 Tiffilfl Columbian
sectional tournament at Ada a heavy favorite. Flndlcw ""' ""' 6 O Marlon Hmdmq
After annihilating Wapakoneta, 87-22, the Tro- Sngigy ""' ""' 4 3 grenfmt ROSS "
jans outscored Lima South and Lima Central to Flndlay """""' 28 POW mg Green '
Cop the title. in ay ...l.. ostoria ...,...
Even though Findlay was defeated in the Findlay ...... 87 Wapakoneta . . .
district tourney, the Trojans still possessed the Findlay ........... 59 Lima South ....
finest record among Class A schools in the State FiHCl1C1Y ----------- 59 I-i1T1CI C91'1iTCIl - - .
of Ohio, having been rated first in the final A-P
poll and having accumulated the largest num-
ber of votes in the history of the poll.
Total points: Findlay, ll32g Opponents 678
FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Wise, T. Bishop, L. Gaines, B. Games, C. Brooks, F. Wilch.
SECOND ROW: Coach Harter, L. Peterson, I. Blide, I. Iohnson, D. Bauman, I. Koehler, Head Coach
THIRD BOW: L. Miles Cmqr.J, A. Smith, K. Mitchell, T. Hyma Cmgr.J, D. Caldwell, E. Stauffer, K. Berry.
y basketball players .
Bll C' rn
Bob Wise '
Fred Wilck ' t Nick Johnson
junior varsity basliothall
Games, Wilch and Wise are "right on the ball" FHICHUY
in this varsity fracas. Bishop is on guard in the Findlay
Findlay .... ....
FHS Stars . . .
Lima South . .
Games won, 157 lost, l.
FRONT: D. Bauman, L. Peterson, I. Iohnson, I. Blide, I. Koehler.
REAR: R. T. Harter, K. Berry, A. Smith, K. Mitchell, D. Caldwell, E. Stauffer, C. C. Bachman.
FRONT: Lois Hailey, L. Crawiis, R. Griffin.
REAR: C. Bikle, C. Galloway, S. Cook, E. Myqrant.
All boys enrolled in physical edu-
cation courses have the opportunity
ot participating in intramural basket-
Teams were formed in each of the
home rooms and played regularly
scheduled games before the begin-
ning ot the morning classes. The
annual intramural tournament was
played as a double-elimination con-
test, and this year was won by home
The boys' intramural basketball
program was under the direction of
L. C. Keller.
The C.F.T.Y.'s, a team composed
ot seven senior girls, clinched the
girls' intramural basketball cham-
pionship again this year to live up to
their boast ot "Three-Year Champs."
The girls played together as a team
since their first year and thus suc-
ceeded in remaining undefeated.
Twenty-two teams participated in
the three rounds and the tournament.
The groups were composed ot sopho-
more, iunior and senior members ot
the G. A. A., who worked for letters
and emblems. Non-organization
members were also included. Carol
Galloway and Bonnie Clark man-
aged the games.
FRONT: H. Shelley, I. Phillips, F. Roynon.
REAR: D. Slough, E. Rate, R. Rasor, G. Smith.
Girls' Bowling League
This year a new event was intro-
duced into girls' intramural sports.
Approximately 35 sophomore, jun-
ior and senior members ot the G.A,A.
turned out to compose eight bowling
teams. During the season the clubs
rolled twelve games at the Recreation
Captains ot the teams were chosen
on the basis ot their averages tor the
three tirst games.
Rae Lytle, vice president of the
G. A. A., managed the proiect. An
honor roll system was organized for
girls bowling over l25 points.
FRONT: Strait, Stack, I. Young.
REAR: Clark, Saltz, Swisher.
in tra Ill u ra ls
LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Smiley, B. Fields, K. Herge, A. Ghaster,
I. Westfall, R. Lytle, M, l-leistand, M. Mattox.
Twenty teams composed of sopho-
more, junior and senior girls partici-
pated in the volleyball intramurals.
The winning team called itself the
"Tolly Iumpersf' a group composed
ot nine junior girls. The "C.F.T.Y.'s"
were the runnerseup in the tourna-
Volleyball is an annual girls'
event. Each year G. A. A. members
torm teams for this activity to earn
points toward their G. A. A. awards
and tor better gym grades.
A new manager is selected each
year to take charge ot the games.
Teams are scheduled tor three rounds
and an elimination tournament. This
year the manager was Laurabelle
FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Frost Cmgr.I, I. Malcolm, L. Myers, D. Miller, E. Rate, K. Friddell, D. Hill,
D. Courtney, M. Gordon, C. Phillips Cmgr.I.
SECOND ROW: Coach Bartlett, H. Bell, D. Fry, D. Caldwell, M. Hummell, B. Garnes, B. Eskers,
A. Smith, R. Hutson, Don Sutton, W. Carr, D. Cameron, H. H. Yawberg.
THIRD ROW: S. Hauser, I. Bowman, R. Beltz, I. Veit, E. Kohli, I. McCullough, P. Warner, P. Rasor,
I. Koehler, R. Wink, K. Ruck.
Coach Elsworth Bartlett's cindermen climaxed a
highly successful season by capturing the Buck-
eye League Track and Field title for the second
consecutive year. The Trojans compiled a total
of 6596 points to runner-up Fostoria's 48. Marion,
Bowling Green, Fremont and Tiffin finished behind
the leaders in that order.
Findlay won additional honors when the track
and field squad took third place in the District
meet at Bowling Green. Although the Trojans
finished behind Toledo Libbey and Toledo De
Vilbiss, two Findlay trackmen qualified for state
COIIlDGllllOY1. Bill Garnes qualified in the 440-yard
dash and Larry Myers in the 220-yard dash.
ln the regular season competition the Blue arid
Gold lost one dual meet and one triangular meet,
while winning three duals and one triangular.
Lima Central was the only school to turn back the
Troians in a dual meet, while Lima South, Tiffin
and Bowling Green fell before them. Marion Hard-
ing won the triangular meet at Marion with Findlay
and Fremont, but the Trojans triumphed over
Toledo Waite and Fostoria here.
Garnes gets set for fast start in one of his favorite
FRONT: H. Yawberg, R. Rasor,
T. Bisho Fred Wilt
REAR: D. Slough, C. Misamore,
C. C. Bachman, I. Dysinger, W.
A varsity rnan, lim Dysinger,
gauges the ball for a shot at the
local Country Club course.
The Findlay Senior High golfers corn-
pleted this year's season by placing
fifth in the state. Although the Trojans
bettered last year's top score by 16
strokes, they were beaten by four other
teams in the final tournament of the
Findlay won the District meet for the
third straight year by outscoring nine
other teams at the local Country Club
course. The golf squad was coached by
C. C. Bachman.
The Varsity "F" was awarded this
year to Dave Slough, lim Dysinger, Cliff
Misamore and Walt Felgar.
flllON'l', left tv rifjht: A. Cliaipiol, D.
Tlitjrnas, M. llijhsnnth.
ltliltltz Cf. Clark, N. Litnrnnel, T. Roth,
The cheerleaders are an iinportanr
part of the football and basketball
season at Findlay Senior High
School. lt is their duty to develop
school spirit by leading the students
in cheering for their tearns.
Under the direction of Miss Esther
March the cheerleaders practice one
or more times each week during the
football and basketball seasons.
The entire group leads the cheers
at the varsity basketball and football
contests while the junior cheerleaders
lead the students at the junior varsity
and reserve games.
ll ru Ill lllll..lDI'0ff0S
SEATHIJ: N. lloininfg, T. Walter.
liTANl5lNG2 M. lipayth, B. Laurk, I.
Along with the cheerleaders, the
Drurn Majorettos are an important
part of the pageantry ot the football
season. Performing at all the football
games were one senior, two juniors
and two sophornores.
Under the direction of C. L. Hite the
Drurn Majorettes practiced rnore than
six hours per week throughout the
football season. The young candi-
dates for Majorettes were instructed
by Victor Faber, Findlay's All-Arnerr
can Drum Major.
The comm crop
The Sophomore officers
this yectr consisted otAlldn
Smith, president, Tim For-
ley, vice president, ond
Marjorie Hutchinson, sec-
The Iuniors were hedded
by lim Koehler cts presi-
dent, lim loiner cts vice
president cmd Pot Thomp-
son os secretary-treasurer.
The faculty sponsors Were
Miss Helen Worstell and
R. T. Hcrrter.
FRONT, left to right: Thompson, Ioiner, Hutchinson
REAR: Koehler, Farley, Smith.
FIRST ROW: S. Ianes, Leal
Pat A. Karn, Leach, B. Hull
Insley, I. Karcher, Lease, Keel
SECOND ROW: Lanq, C
Iohnston, Hoile, Hutson, Koeh
ler, R. Iohnson, Larkins, H
THIRD ROW: Laird, Howard
Hyma, I. Iohnson, Klein
FOURTH ROW: I-Iosler, K
Huff, Hurnmell, Katz.
ABSENT: LaWarre, Lear,
FIRST ROW: Rernley, Roda-
bauqh, Rahal, Marilyn Salti.
Pruitt, E. Povenmire, Prowarit
Shatter, Overholt, Richards
SECOND ROW: Sharp, Riqgle
Rilcer, L. Rose, Sawvel, O'Con-
nor, Preston, Peschel, Schultz,
THIRD ROW: Glenn Rader,
Roth, Noonan, Rillinq, Rooney
P. Rasor, Ruck, Pahl.
ABSENT: Marion Saltz, A.
u n dl0rc'lussv.v
FIRST ROW: I. Martin,
Maurer, Mclilliqott, Mattox,
Moraart, I. Leckey.
SECOND ROW: E. Myers.
Lytle, Nivison, Mosier, M.
Myqrant, McCandless, L.
THIRD ROW: Marquette, Mc-
Cullough, R. Miller, McLaugh-
lin, Leonard, I. Miller.
FOURTH ROW: R. Mains, R.
Malcom, Long, Mason, Mc-
Kendrick, R. Myers.
ABSENT: Lunn, MacCornack,
I. Massillo, Meqley, C. Misa-
more, Leathers, R. Lonsway,
HOME ROOM 209
FIRST ROW: Burkhart, Drake,
Coldren, Cloypool, M. Bryant,
Elder, C. Cook, P. Cairns, B.
SECOND ROW: I. Dillon,
Dorman, Colburn, Dutton,
Dewey, R. Cleary, Dickerson,
Chambers, R. Bushonq, Dui-
THIRD ROW: R. Clinqer, Dar-
wactor, Cameron, Caldwell,
Dietsoh, W. Cramer, Dela
ABSENT: R. Brown, Buck,
Cornwell, Croy, H. Chambers.
HOME ROOM 202
FIRST ROW: Humphrey, I
Hartman, Hosman, N. Hart-
man, Horninq, Herqe, Hutchin-
son, O. Hiqhsmith, Heistand.
SECOND ROW: Hickle, I-Iilkert
Hess, D. Hoy, M. Hill, IVI.
Hoyer, D. I-Ionecker, N. Hialey,
THIRD ROW: Hershey, Htne-
land, Hinton, Hartzell, Hcuah
Harrold, Hedaer, Hildreth.
ABSENT: Hamlin, B. Hiqley, I.
Hoy, Hutton, M. Hiqley.
HOME ROOM 111
FIRST ROW: Siterd, Rings,
Snyder, Sheerer, L. Povert-
mire, Slocum, R. Puqh.
SECOND ROW: Schmitz, H.
Smith, Carole Smith, Smiley,
Rice, G. Shrider, I. Repp,
THIRD ROW: R. Sznxth, Rimer,
Sernler, Allan Smith, Ucswnell,
Reddin, Risner, I. Sliiulor.
FOURTH ROW: Schimmel,
Solt, S. Simon, W. Powell,
ABSENT: ROITPHLZ, Rugfgley,
Saniers, Srotvy, ffhelrlon,
u n alvrc' la ssvs
HOME ROOM 6
FIRST ROW: D. Iacobs, G.
Martin, Laws, Kniqht, H.
Leclcey, D. Lazenby, Pat Karn.
SECOND ROW: I. Mains,
Leary, I. Martin, Kohli, Mal-
loy, I. McCoy, B, Lonsway.
THIRD ROW: Iarvis, D, Iones,
Lindner, Krueger, lnqledue, S.
Mains, P. Lyon, Iackman.
FOURTH ROW: G. Massillo,
Lupton, Love, Iohns.
ABSENT: T. Iacobs, C. Ianes,
D. Kina, I. Iones, LeRoy.
HOME ROOM 207
FIRST HOVV: E. Faluor, P.
llalfvy, M. Grilill-Uv, Fcvltvi,
Fioltis, Fruvhfiy, P. Galloway,
ll. flrilflnar, I. Carnes.
l1llCfONlJ HUW2 Cvlfirflc, Elliott,
Clariililca, llall, R. Frey, R. Gul
litotrl, W. Garlow, T. Fettors.
Tllllill HOW: Griolw, Frost,
Farloy, Flirk, I. Glenna, Gary,
ABSENT: Emahisor, I. Eslcers,
C. Fafgan, Gmfek, R. Groves
Grubb, I, Greori
HOME ROOM 102
FIRST ROW: Morris, Moore,
Neeley, Mary Myers, Mea-
simer, Orton, Marilyn Myers,
M. Peterson, B. Miller.
SECOND ROW: Perkins, R.
HOME ROOM 103
l'lliST HOWI Troll, M. Thomas,
Spitlor, K. Young, M. Traut-
man, M. Wise'-, Winclors, Van
SECOND ROW: Theohald, I
Umlns, S. Thompson, Turner,
ll. Yates, ll. Wohlaaniuth,
Tllllill ROVJ: Vancierihiirq,
Wells, Van Atta, Zelioriis,
FOURTH ROW: l. Waalanfi,
Ronald Thomas, D. Wohlqa-
muth, E. Wood, Stauffer.
ABSENT: Tate, Switzer, Ze-
hender, D. Williams.
Pauline, Morrow, N. Miller,
Porter, A. Misamore, Marilyn
Nelson, Moffatt, P. Piter.
THlRD ROW: Murray, A.
Miles, D. Phillips, Mitchell,
Mellinqer, T. O'Neil, L. Peter-
ABSENT: Mclfitrick, Murphy,
Naus, Nique, D. Pauline.
OW we have graduated and are ready to take our places in adult
society. As we bid farewell to Findlay High, we look back and know
that we've had many happy moments: the operetta, the football and
basketball games, the senior prom-there's been no end to the many
things that have made our high school life complete.
But it wasn't all fun and pleasure, for we have also shown the ability
to grasp knowledge. Not only have we acquired book knowledge, but
we have also learned how to live with others. After graduation we must
go into the world to meet different people and to make new friends.
As we are ready to start out on life's path, it is best that we do not look
back. We must, rather, look ahead to the hopes and dreams of the future,
for we are entering the second half of the Twentieth Century. lust as the
first half of the century ends with great things, and great mistakes, too,
the next fifty years are looming on the horizon with even greater oppor-
tunities to offer us.
senior class officers
Icxmes Elizabeth Margaret
Bcrrnhill. Gohlke. Slough.
President Vice President Secretary
Patsy Wilbur Iulia lerry
Altman Altman Archable August
Ralph Bonnie Marilyn
Barrell Bartlett Bastine
William Virginia Charles Richard Sharon
Carr Charles Clark Clymer Cole
Celia Barbara Iohn Wilma Darrell
Cook Cooper Cooper Corbin Courtney
Arthur Gene Fredrick Laurabelle Paul
Cramer Cramer Crates Crawfis Curth
Mary lane William Norma Marjorie
Daniels Daymon Decker Denton Dillon
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if it 1
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Leslie Mary lane Carol Martha Mary Ellen
Gaines Gallant Galloway Gardner Garlow
Glenn Martha Winitred Patricia Claude
Garrnan Gearing Gilts Gohlke Goldsmith
Milton Frances Harley Ruth Barbara
Gordon Gore Greeno Griffin Grirnrner
Barbara Lois Beverly William Homer
Gullitord Hailey Hall Harrell Hartiqan
Dorothy David L.
David C. Kenneth
Kenney Kimm el
grad ua tes
Norman Mary Lou Melvin Mervyn Dean
Kirkendall Kope Lalferty Laird Lather
Marian Barbara Marilyn Nancy Lilian
Laube Lauclc Lindsey Longworth Lonsway
Robert lerry Anne Elizabeth David
Lyon Lyon MacGregor Mains Mains
Iohn David Diane Charles Donald
Malcolm Marshall Marvin McCarney McCoy
Dorothy McDonald t
Marlene Mrller Neal Nelson
so Ioe Carole
grad ua tes
Harry lack Sarah
Phillips Phillips Pifer
Lane Alan Constance
Powell Predmore Price
Gerald Ralph Edwin
Rader Rasor Rate
Phyllis Nancy Daniel
Roberts Roether Rose
Stevenson Si. Myer
lane Norma Donald Donald Phyllis
Stone Stone Stouqh Sutton Swick
Paul Iohn Donald Freda Patricia
Tesnow Thatcher Thomas Thomas Tinder
Troy Mary Norman Dan Howard
Tippin Traucht Twininq Umbs Walters
Ralph Rosemary Dale Richard William
Wagner Ward Warner Weinandy Westenhaver
Iessie Fredrick Marilynn Robert Richard
Westfall Wilch Williamson Wise Wohlqamuth
Martha Phyllis Doyt 5 lean Allen
Wohlqamuth Wolfe Woodward Woodward Wuertz
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INDLAY merchants have always contributed generously to the financial
success of the Trojan by purchasing space in the advertising section.
Without their aid the memory book, which means so much to most F.H.S.
graduates and students, would not be possible.
To repay our advertisers we, the Business Staff, have tried to make
this section as attractive as any other part of the book. We hope our
readers will peruse the following pages and enjoy them, meanwhile
giving due credit to our advertising clients and friends for their part in
the Mid-Century Edition of the Trojan.
The student photographers icr the advertising
department were Bruce Teatscrth, Ierry Lynn,
Dick Mason and Phillip Lycx.
Tied with a
Red, White and Blue Ribbon
You receive it proudly, of course.
You've graduated. But isn't there a deeper reason
why you feel your chin go up as you reach for
your diploma? lsn't it the fact that you've
received it from an American school? Where every
student has an equal chance not just to Hlearxf' . ..
but to learn undistorted truths? Where every
student has an equal right, not just to do
Hgood enough" . . . but to excel . . . in the classroom,
on the athletic field, in activities of all kinds?
For that is the strength of America. That is why
it is . . . and will continue to he . . . a wi nation.
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DISTINCTIVE FASI-IIONS CLASS GF 1950
606 So. Main Street
Beautiful Home Furnishings
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404-406 E. Sandusky Street
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CO. Women's Employment Office
Refiners and Marketers
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140 Lctrkins Street Phone 364
403 South Main Street FLOWERS
FOR ALL SPECIAL OCCASIONS
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OF ALL KINDS FOR DANCES
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132W East Crawford Street
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630-632 S. Main St.
Class of 1950
for the 1950
"YOUR I-IOME-YOUR BEST
I-Iomes Completely Built-From Plans
To The Finished Home
THE PARKER LUMBER
Back of U.S. Post Office
M IRAY'S BAKERY
Maker of Ray's Fine Bread
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Opposite Ohio Oil Building
Meet your friends
at our soda fountain
Continued Leadership Delicious Sealtest lce Cream
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Complete line of drugs, cosmetics,
sundaes, camera supplies, candies
G? greeting carols and stationery.
Cadillac 0 Chevrolet
215 West Main Cross St.
South Main and Sth Street SERVICE WITH A SMH-E
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Phone Main 3293
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Corner Cory and Crawford A11 Work Guaranteed
118 E. Front St. 211 S. Main St
Telephone 1180 Phone 58
Your ROYAL Typewriter Dea1er
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LUNCHEONETTE - KITCHENETTE
203 N. Main St. 621 S. Main St.
I. A. EOFF INSURANCE
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
1st National Bank Bldg.
THE TARBOX MCCALL
CRUSHED STONE AND SAND
FINDLAY, OHIO BOSTON DEPT. sronr
things for yourself, your
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"We doze but never close."
CLASS OF 1950
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