Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)

 - Class of 1958

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M i I- Igl if Ianice Galbreath 'f" A A I udy Traul lane Leatherman Pat Welton 8 Homecoming Queen ,J Homogeneous Arc in southern Alaskan skies Flashes from our skies Q N W H O L I D AY Season's Opener Yule Stars Gridiron Finale TIMES Holiday Dancers 'P' ' ,E Wig x KK4 , was -W 63 k i VALENTI N E RCYALTY King Iohn Queen Linda Sri? f A . . x fiwyg , . 1 . fe , A Q ,E , ,- .4 5 H145 . wh fm ff AA,, . kL,., 1 - , .W ? ,X W3 X fu fb WV P i Q5 , m,3,,, 3 . .1 V1 , L. ,lbw 7 -: x A -.1:?G9i5.5:':!.,E5a if V35 - ' ra-5 , R-if 555335, 1 4 1 Y Q l I Q 1 ev q,.ff'i2.,. ff' 1' ' J, ,V ,Q M N ' ,W ti' 6 R , Q M I 0" sQ' , 4- 1: O , w. T21 . L.v ra 953 E12 .f 1 f 1" 9 ,, fa NW, K .1 W H- M 5 ei Q . 2. Q 1 DQ V'V"Yi"U"W'w STARS OF BACCALAUREATE EVENING Reverend Conrad O. Diehm Appointment wi . Final trim with a twinkle th destiny Admiration with starry eyes Q A 5' Q n i M l ii Iohn Platt Key to the iuture COMMENCEMENT Dr. Arthur S. Flemming Marcia Ewing Superintendent Vcm Auken Congratulations from Mom and Dad wJ ADMINISTRATION When Dr. Robert A. Van Auken became eleventh superintendent of Findlay Public Schools last summer, his admiration tor the present system was such that he declared whatever he might be able to do in the way of betterment would "only be adding cream to the cot- fee." In the course ot his first year in his new position, Dr. Van Auken has initiated many improvements and gained the respect and admiration ot every educator, student, and citizen in the community. That students ot FHS "conduct themselves in a man- ner that would be expected of ladies and gentlemen" is the perennial desire and one of the iavorite philosophies ot our amiable principal, A. L. Mattoon. With an A. B. degree from Otterbein College and an M. A. degree from Ghio State University, Mr. Mattoon has been con- nected with Findlay High tor 26 years and has been head schoolman for tour years. Before that he served as dean of boys for several seasons. Kgs!!-n-A A fi... . DR. ROBERT A. VAN AUKEN Superintendent oi Schools S' 'iv N :rig f 5.4, row, -a I A. L. MATTOON Principal Solar Corona of 1918. I' 2 Mai' ' ru '- 4 NL'- A o'1 'Z FU., 1 Q Tiffjyj? A+ 1" - v X- 3 5 X 25 5 X fa 5 J. SQ , + ' is F . u 4 c ,, . ,. 4-,L Y D . , bil' ' O -'wergy , M. , V W M.: j jjfl ,C 3-f-3 'NZ 4 , :iv .- A-Y-Wg, ,WW My M--55' f-mv-'M 3 . :Wigan Q ,Jw f, MM- ,fi Q, ,- ,,. Y, ENGLISH DEPARTMENT "Let thy light shine through good speech and good writing! This can well be the motto ot students enrolled in one of the most necessary departments ot our senior high school curriculum. More and more rigid demands from business, indus- try, and higher education tor people who can express 'themselves tluently should convince each student that good English is vital to every course ot study. Speak clearly, listen carefully, and write well are just a iew reminders oi the high standards oi achievement maintained by our EHS English department in this age ot rapid communications. WILBUR HALL-English, Speech, Thes- pian adviser, director oi school plays, A.B., M.A., Purdue University, University oi Wisconsin, Bowling Green State Uni- versity. MARTHA WERTHEIM f English, Social Committee adviser, A.B., Findlay College, Ohio Wesleyan, M.A., Bowling Green State University. LILLIAN BOYER 4 English, Senior Tri Hi-Y adviser, B.A., Eindlay College, M.A., lowa State Univer- sity. SARA BASINGER f English, sopho- more girls' counselor, A.B., Bluttton Col- lege. CHARLES R. CLAPPER ! English, B.A., Eindlay College, M.A., Ghio State University, M.S. ot Education, Bowling Green State University. BARBARA RA- SOR - English, B.A., Denison University. Mrs Basxnqer Mr. Clcpper Miss Rusor SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT it ,M -TTEE EETT The social studies department stresses the im- portance of the relationship between the individual and society, Salient and timely facts pertaining to history and social problems are brought out in daily classroom discussions. Field trips and research items amplify the instruction of this esential depart- ment. ROBERT ALBERTI e- American History, Social Problems, lunior Hi-Y adviser, B.S., Findlay College, Ohio Wesleyan, University of Virginia. RALPH MILLER - Social Problems, junior and senior boys' counselor, Student Council adviser, A.B., Bluffton College, M.A., Ohio State University. CHARLES HUNSICKER - World History, lournalism, Blue and Gold adviser, A.B., Heidelberg College, M.A., Ohio State University, University of Pennsylvania. ROB- ERT WERLEY f American History, head basket- ball coach, assistant football coach, B.S., Findlay College, Bowling Green State University. PHILLIP MERRILL - - American History, football team train- er, A.B., Bluffton College. HARRY GONSO -6 En- glish, Social Problems, sophomore boys coun- . selor- visual aids co-ord- ik ,T 5 inator, A.B., Findlay Col- T lege, Bowling Green State University, Ohio T University. IAMES HOWE - Social Prob- lems, junior varsity foot- ball coach, tennis coach, B.S., Northwestern Uni- versity, Bowling Green State University. Mr. Howe Mr. Gonso Mr. Merrill Mr. Werley ff 'tj' Mr. Miller Mr. Alberti tzfi I X f if Mr. Hunsicker tml! .. cg .. 7 . ,,,. "WM ' iff' ' eww-.Lax It nap. Miss Hudnell Miss Fcxssett COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Local as well as area companies have received better trained business personnel, thanks to our active commercial department. Be it typing or auditing, Findlay High commercial classes really mind their business. BOSA HUDNELL - Typing, Shorthand, Future Business Leaders ot America adviser, B.S., Wilmington College. MAE FASSETT 4 Typing, Shorthand, lunior Commercial Club adviser, Gregg Business Col- lege, A.B., the Ohio State University, M.A., New York University. KENNETH BAME f Book- keeping, activity account treasurer, Senior Hi- Y sponsor, B.S., Findlay College, M.A., Indiana University. ANNA BELLE BUSSEL ee Book- keeping, Typing: lunior Commercial Club spon- sor, Sophomore Class sponsor, B.S., Findlay College. IOHN N. TAYLOR f- Business Law, Salesmanship, Distributive Education, Distribu- tive Education Clubs ot America sponsor, B.S., M.A., Bowling Green State University, Heidel- berg College, Ohio State University. ABLENE S. KTBKLAND ee Consumer Economics, Ottice Practice, Typing, Future Business Leaders of America adviser, B.S., Bowling Green State University, M.A., University of Wisconsin. 'VU' HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT The phrase "The gals know what's cooking." is used quite often to express our feelings about the tantalizing aromas which till the FHS corridors. In addition to this culinary art, the girls receive a well rounded education in all essentials of homernaking. BETTY EASTON - Home Economics, Future Homemakers of America adviser, B.A., lndiana University, M.A., Columbia University. BETTY VAN METEB ee Home Arts, Home Management, lunior Tri-Hi-Y adviser, B.S., Miami University, M.A., Ohio State University. JUS TRADES AND INDUSTRIES DEPARTMENT Our boys in the trades and industry department go into the modern world well equipped in the essential knowledge of cars, machines, and industrial work. IACK VOLKMER f Vocational co-ordinator, supervisor of Adult Edu- cation, Trades and Industries, V. I. C., Toledo University. ELLSWORTH BARTLETT - Indus- trial Arts, Industrial Arts Club adviser, B.S., M.A., Ohio State University. MAX HUEEMAN ---- Auto Related, Pre-Vocational Auto Science, V. I. C. adviser, AB., Findlay College, Toledo University. RQBERT STEWART 4 Auto Me- chanics, V.l.C. Club adviser, Toledo University, Bowling Green State University. RICHARD SI-IELLEY -- Machine Shop, Related Pre-Voca- tional Science, baseball coach, assistant bas- ketball coach, Findlay College, Bowling Green State University, Toledo University. I-IOMER LENTZ -e Machine Shop, Devotional Club ad- viser, Toledo University. Mr. Volkmer Mr. Bartlett Mr. Lentz Mr. Shelley Mr. Stewart Mr. Huffman ART DEPARTMENT Miss Iclckson Mr. Buluch Whether it's preparing stage props and posters for our senior high productions, or learning the finer techniques of graphic arts, ceramics, and commer- cial designing, our EI-IS art department stands sec- ond to no one. Guided by capable instructors, stu- dents in this area have done themselves proud by capturing many local and territorial awards and honors. Preparation for future fields of creative endeavor is the basic purpose of this department. LOIS IACKSON - Art, Art Club adviser, Iohn Herron Art Institute, Indiana University. ALEXAN- DER BALUCI-I 4 Art Supervisor, dramatics coach for operetta, B.A., M,A., Western Reserve Uni- versity. 23 N X N SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Satellites and guided missiles have dominated the headlines this year and because of these advancements, the role of high school science departments has been greatly emphasized. The ,Y tix-if Findlay High biology, chemistry, and physics classes have been s,,, keeping pace with these trends through instruction from competent faculty members. C. F. BURKHABT - Physics, Plane Geometry, Science Club adviser, Senior Scholarship Club adviser, scholarship chairman, A.B., Bluffton College, M.A., IOHNSTON - Biology, En- glish, junior class sponsor, A.B., Bowling Green State University. RICHARD S. PHILLIPS - Biology, Biolo- gy Club adviser, Naturalist Club adviser, A.B., Findlay College, M.A., Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University. D. D. LAWRENCE - Chemistry, Chemistry Club adviser, B. S., Bowling Green State University, M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Brandenberqer .,.,......,.,,.,. . . is Ohio State University. KABLYN Mr.Burkhm't Miss K. Iohnston Mr. Phillips Mr. Lawrence LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT The sun no longer shines on a "foreign" country. This idea makes us realize that, with electronics, rapid trans- portation, and increased travel, communication among peoples has become world-wide. The FHS language de- partment is keeping pace with this new world of progress. Whether it's Latin for scientific study, or French and Span- ish for future experience, students have the opportunity to prepare themselves under capable instructors. Many FHSers have been vastly benefited after graduation by - their knowledge of other langu- ages in their preparation for their chosen field of occupation. FRED BBANDENBEBGEB --- ,Q-. ,fri wifi! French, Spanish, Corridor Hosts' adviser, yearbook advis- er, A.B., Capital University, M. A., Ohio State University. LOBA WIEST - Latin, English, lunior Red Cross sponsor, B.S., the Ohio State University, M.A., Columbia University. HELEN IOHNSTON - Spanish, junior and senior girls' counselor, Fu- ture Teachers of America ad- viser, Senior Advisers' sponsor, B.S., Ohio State University, M. A., University of Wisconsin. Miss Wiest Miss H. Johnston M.wMW.Mmw.MwM..,....www Q i S li DEPARTMENT Sun's angle D at 44 degrees - rocket elevation at 41 miles - theodolite reading at 38 degrees -- what is the horizontal distance of observation? 4 that's duck soup tor FHSers under the superior guidance of our senior high math instructors. And that's just a small part of the up-to-the-minute instruction afforded students who wish to quality in the great demand tor higher mathematics in our present-day expansion and progress. HOWARD YAWBEBG ft- Mathematics, Iunior and Senior Math Club adviser, B.S., Bowling Green State University, Heidelberg College, Ohio State University. BEBNICE KIEFFEB-Mathematics, Miss Kieffer Mr. Chapin Mr. Repp PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Keeping physically tit and learning the meaning ot true sports- manship are the primary criteria on which our physical education instructors base their teaching. Schedules to be arranged, teams to be coached, cheerleaders to be trained - these are among the many tasks which are capably managed by the physical educa- tion department. With the team, the cheering fans, out on the road trip, or in the classroom, sportsmanship comes first. CARL C. BACHMAN - Mechanical Drawing, Commercial Mathematics, Golf coach, Athletic Director, B.S., Bowling Green State University, MA., Columbia University. NEIL SCHMIDT - Physical Education, Head toot- ball and track coach, Bachelor ot Physical Education, Purdue University. ABLINE AUKEB A MAN - Physical Education Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y and G.A.A. adviser, Cheerleader coach, Faculty adviser to Booster Club B.S., Manchester College. Mrs. B.A., Wittenberg College, M.A., University of Wiscon- sin. PAUL CHAPIN-Math ematics, Chemistry, B.A., B. S.C., Bowling Green State University. JAMES BEPP - Mathematics, swimming coach, Sophomore Math Club adviser, B.A., Bowling Green State University. MUSIC DEPARTMENT The energy from the sun is almost forgotten when compared to the pep and vigor of our high-stepping band members or the FHS harmonizing vocaleers. But a lot of the sun's energy is nec- essary to carry us through the many activities and productions of this department. Marching band performances, winter con- certs, summer festivals, Broadway shows, community programs -these and many others are very ably managed and present- ed by our music instructors. Students enrolled in this depart- ment have the opportunity of individual instruction as Well as group study, whether their inter- ests be vocal or instrumental. Proud We are of the fact that from this department many graduates have gone on to make their livelihood in the field of music. CLIFFORD I-IITE F- Instru- mental Music, Senior high band directory B.S., M.A., Ohio State University. W. OSCAR IONES - supervisor of vocal music: director of operettap B.S., M.S., New York University. RALPH SHELL - Instrumental Music, assistant director of senior high bandp B.S.M., Oberlin College, M.A., Columbia University. DON IEFFERIES - Vocal Mu- sic, director senior and sopho- more choirs, assistant director of operettap B.S., Ohio State University. OLIVER SCHUMA- CHER - Instrumental Music: director of the orchestrap Bluff- ton College, Institute of Musical Arts, luillard School, Findlay College. Mr. Iones Mr. Ieffries Intricute movement in sight Mr. Hite Mr. Shell Mr. Schumacher i e ff? 4 I ,, I N K .fl di, 2' f. ...,. Mr. Lcxrkins Mr. Heninger SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS Among the courses of study being added to senior high school curriculums all over the country, Driver Training has proved to be one of the most in demand as well as being the most needed. This department serves adults as well as stu- dents. Findlay teenagers enrolled in the driver education course are taught one of the greatest necessities of modern society - the need for skill, courtesy, and judgment behind the wheel. Youthful but fast-growing, this department makes it possible for each future citizen to learn the rudiments of traffic engi- neering, car mechanics, and actual driving habits. From the standpoint of public safety, these classes perform an indis- pensable service in any mod- ern high school curriculum. TACK LARKINS - Driver Trainingp B.S., Findlay College, M.A., Columbia University. CHARLES HENINGER F Driver Training, senior class sponsor: assistant football coachg assist- ant track coachp B.S., Purdue University. Mr. Keller We never fully realize all the behind-the-scenes work that goes into scheduling, and administration of stu- dent activities. Created last year, the post of student ac- tivities director handles these tremendous tasks. LOUIS KELLER -e student activities directorg summer school adviser, A.B., Ober- lin College, George Wil- liams College, Bowling Green State University. LIBRARIAN Proper use of reference materials and wide reading can add greatly to the success of a high school career. Findlay High's functional and efficient library provides an excellent range of all types of reference in addition to samples of the world's popular literature fortified with an ample selection of current maga- zines, file materials, and outstanding educational periodicals' Pros and cons about litter-bugs BERNICE MARCH - li- brarian: Library Club spon- sorp B.S., Ohio State Univer- sity, M.A., Western Reserve University. Miss March CUSTODIANS FHS corridors and rooms are always kept clean thanks to our custodians who work long hours to keep building and grounds neat. Also Mr. Clarence Smith has charge of the Stage Crew, a group of boys who do all the work behind our big stage productions. Among these custodians are included Mr. George Gearing, Mr. Iohn Sterling, and Mr. Harry Bauqhman. l 27 1 I fi: ,, B, M SF ,Le Ia., 'W SENIORS n,w .w, , W sy I 5 ff 5A"E"5i1": ' fy? I ff ? Q. ' :jimi W . M .,,f v ql- Q- is 1 n Q s yi? ' ' 1 A ' MQ- , , , 5 1 fi 'Q' 'Q 'R A mi' . ---....,, 'W J Melvin Hulbert Gary Bemiller Pat Welion Senior class president Vice president Secretary Officers meet with class sponsors W , Qui Betty Easton Charles Heninger 400. 1152. f"wd7- 7lL1'Y.,"" h El ffm -....,,Q,h Aug- Hg-1fi:'Q" ,,,- """' , 'wt -,--' 51"-we-.,. Dennis Abell Pete Alesch Carol Armentrout Carol Arras Date alter name gives birthday. Unless stated otherwise, each grade .tate was born in Hancock County, Ohio, DENNlS ABELL2 lune 24, 1939, VIC 4. PETER H. ALESCH: De- :ember 4, 1940, Columbus, Ohio, Biology Club 3, Bowling Green Science Day 4, Bowling 4, Chapel 2, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Fu- ,ure Engineers 4, Horneroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Proiectionists 2, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship, Chemistry 3, Science Club 4, Social Committee 4, Tennis 3, Trojan Staff 4, Westinghouse Talent Search 4, THOMAS L. ALGE: lanuary 8, 1940, Basketball Team 2, Bowling 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Mathematics Club 2, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship 2, 3. IAMES E. ALTMAN: May 15, 1943, Concession Helper 4, Football 2, 3, 4, if "tif -4 -QQ, 4:21- 'M"" Tom Alge Iim Altman Ice Anas Robert August October 8, 1940, Leipsic, Ohio, Boosters Club 4, Corridor Host 3, Stage Crew 4, Track 2, VIC 2, 3. CAROL IANET ARMENTROUT: Future Teachers 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Red Cross Council 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship 3, Senior Advisers 4, Student Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. CAROL IEAN ARRAS: November 19, 1939, lr. Commercial Club 3, DECA 4, Library As- sistant 2, 3, Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3. IOSEPH CRIST ARRAS: May 25, 1940, Biology Club 2, Bowling 3, 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Eisteddfod 2, 3, 4, lst in Tenor 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroorn President 2, l-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Operetta Cast 4, Chorus 2, 3, Projectionists 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Social Committee 3, Talent Day 2, 3. ROBERT A look at earth from the moon? . .W -WAN Steffi '31 5 . 1 s 3 mul' j -ef-I Carolyn Bachman Becky Baird Gareth Bame Finis Bandy RICHARD AUGUST: April 9, 1940, Portage, Pennsylvania5 Chapel 25 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, CAROLYN SUE BACHMAN: May 19, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 jr. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homeroorn Secretary 2, 35 Operetta Cast 4, Chorus 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Scholarship 2, 3, 45 Senior Advisers 45 Talent Day 35 Tri-1-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. BECKY SUE BAlRD: November 23, 19405 Band 2, 3, 45 Booster's Club 45 District-State Music Con- test 45 FBLA 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. GWENDOLYN ALICE BAKER: September 4, 1940, Fenton, Michiganp Booster's Club 45 Chapel 2, 45 FBLA 45 Trojan Staff 45 Typing Award 3. MARjORlE SUE BAKER: August 22, 19405 Chapel 2, 45 Choir 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 Future Gwen Baker Margie Baker Gary Barclay Marcella Bare 1-lomemakers 25 Office Helper 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Senior Adi visers 45 Trojan Staff 4. GARETH GAWAlN BAME: May 1, 1940, Arlington, Ohiop Choir 2, 3, 45 Operetta Chorus 4. FlNlS WINTON BANDY: March 19, 1940, Robinson, 1llinois5 Bowling Secretary 3 45 Chemistry Club 35 Corridor Host 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Math Club 2, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Science Club 2, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. GARY EVAN BARCLAY: janu- ary 2, 19415 Chemistry Club 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scholar ship Club 45 Social Committee 25 Student Council 2, 35 Trojan Staff 45 Westinghouse Talent Search 4. MARCELLA K. BARE February 3, 19405 Chapel 2, 35 Irf Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 Future Home Makers Treasurer 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Coun Bob Baumlein Fred Beck ft ? 5 Carl Beckwith Charlotte Beltz Gary Bemiller Carol Bennett 1 27 Senior Advisers 4. ROBERT EUGENE BAUMLEIN: September S, 1939. FRED LOUIS BECK: lanuary 24, 19407 Chapel 27 National erit Scholarship Finalist 47 Senior Scholarship Club 4, 2nd in :hool 47 Scholarship 3, 4, Chemistry 3, Physics 4. CARL F. BECK- IITH: October 31, 1940, Cleveland, Ohio7 Choir 27 DECA 4. HARLOTTE ANN BELTZ: Iuly 9, 19401 Booster's Club 47 Bowling earn Captain 47 Chapel 2, 47 Chemistry Club 37 Ir. Commercial lub Vice President 37 FBLA Scribe 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Home- mom Vice President 27 Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Office Helper 47 Prom Iohn Bennett Carol Bensinger Our turn raising the Stars and Stripes Committee 37 Talent Day 3, 4. GARY LEE BEMILLER: May 2, 19407 Chapel 2, 47 Chemistry Club 37 Class Vice President 47 Football 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 I-Iomeroom Vice President 2, President 3, 47 I-Ii-Y Vice President 2, 3, President 47 Math Club 47 Prom Committee 37 Senior Announcements Committee 47 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Stage Crew 3, 47 Track 27 Science Club Treasurer 47 Trojan Staff 4. CAROLYN LYNN BENNETT: De- cember 2, 19407 Booster's Club 47 Carolers 47 Chemistry Club 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 Eisteddfod 3, 47 Future Nurses 2, 3, 47 Library As- sistant 27 Operetta Cast 47 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Scholar- ship 2, 37 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 47 Trojan Staff 4. IOI-IN FLEMING BENNETT: August 31, 19407 Band 27 Basketball 3, 4, Co-captain 47 Choir 27 Football 3, 4, Co-captain 47 Homeroom Basketball Captain 27 Office Helper 47 Stage Crew 47 Track 2. CAROL V. BENSINGER: Iune 4, 1940. IAMES BISBEE: October 7, 1940, Van Buren, Ohio7 Concession Helper 37 VIC Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. PATRICIA MARIE BOHN: March 17, 1940, LaCrosse, Wisconsin7 Booster's Club 47 Chapel 27 Choir 3, 47 Ir. Commercial Club 37 FBLA 47 Future Nurses 3, 4j GAA 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice President 47 Operetta Chorus 47 Prom Committee 37 Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 47 Trojan Staff 4. MARTHA IANE BOLING: May 1, 1940, Columbus, Ohio7 Booster's Club 47 Chapel 2, 47 Chemistry Club 37 Choir 47 FBLA 47 Future Nurses 3, 47 Homeroom Vice President 3, Secretary 47 Office Help- er 47 Operetta Chorus 47 Senior Advisers 47 Trojan Staff 4, DAVID RAY BOND: May 1, 19407 Bowling 47 Chapel 47 Football 47 Golf 3, 47 Homeroom Basketball 4. DONNA LOUISE BONHAM: Novem- ber 7, 1940, Enid, Oklahoma7 Devotional Club 47 Usherettes 2, 37 Iim Bisbee Pat Bohn 'WY 33 v First ten in senior scholarship ranking' Art Club 4. IANICE KAY BOWER: March l3, l940, Rawson, Ohio, Chapel 2, 3, 4, DECA 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. SON- DRA KAY BRANDEBERRY: August 2, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Bowling 3, 4, Chapel 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Ir, Commercial Club 3, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Social Committee 4. IIMMY IAY BRANN: March 26, 1940, Indianapolis, Indiana, Baseball 3, 4, Bowling 3, Chapel 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Future Engineers 3, 4, I-Iomeroom Basketball 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club.4, Science Club 4, Social Committee 4. L. WAYNE BREITIGAM: December ll, 1940, Bowling Captain 4, I-Iomeroorn Basketball 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, Track 4, Industrial Arts Club 4. IIM A. BRENNER: Ianuary 18, 1940, Baseball Manager 3, Bowling 4, Concession Helper 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, VIC 3, 4, Secretary 4. NANCY SUSAN BRIGGS: February 3, l94l, Brooklyn, New York, Band 2, 3, 4, Booster's Club 4, Bowling 4, Chapel 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Dance Band 3, District-State Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Superior Ratings, Future Nurses 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Iunior Class Play 3, Operetta Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Talent Day 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Trojan Staff 4. WALTER E. BRIM: Iuly 23, 1940, Homeroom Basketball 3, 4. IOHN DAVID BROBST: April 20, 1940, Chapel 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 3. ETHELYN BROOK: November 15, 1940, Camden, New Iersey, Blue and Gold Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 4, Bowling 3, 4, Chapel 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 3, Math Club 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Senior Advisers 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Trojan Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Thespians 3, Senior Scholarship Test 4, Honorable Men- Sondra Brandeberry Iim Brann Martha Bolinq Dave Bond Donna Bonham Janice Bower tion. RONALD PAUL BROWN: March ll, 1940, Bowling 3, Foo ball 3, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 4 Senior Scholarship Club 4. ROBERT C. BRYAN: August 29, 1939 Baseball 4, Bowling 3, 4, Captain 4, Cafeteria Helper 2, 3, Home room Basketball 2, 3, 4. SANDRA KAY BRYAN: Iuly 26, 194C McComb, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 4, Chemie try Club 3, Corridor Host 3, Future Nurses 4, Future Teachers 3 GAA 3, 4, Office Helper 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4 Trojan Staff 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Lead Majorette 4. KYLE DEAI Wayne Breitiqam lim Brenner 34 r S S ?i Nancy Briggs Walter Brim Ronnie Brown Bob Bryan UCK: August 29, 194U, Band 2, 3, 4, Chapel 3, 4, Chemistry Club , Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, Vice Pres- lent 3, President 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4. BONNIE KAYE URKHART: Ianuary 19, 1941, Bluffton, Ohio, Biology Club 2, boster's Club 4, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Chapel 4, Choir , Future Teachers 2, 3, Secretary 3, GAA 3, 4, Homeroom Vice resident 2, Secretary 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Naturalists 3, 4, ltfice Helper 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, enior Advisers 4, Tri-Hi-Y Secretary 2, President 3, 4, Vice Bonnie Burkhart Iane Byrd Iohn Brobst Lynn Brook Sandie Bryan Kyle Buck IRENE BYRD: March 8, 1940, Belle Faurcher, South Dakota, President of Tri-Hi-Y G Hi-Y Council 4, Trojan Staff 4. IANICE Booster's Club 4, Ir. Commercial Club 4, Future Home Makers 3. TAD U. BYRD: August 27, 1939, Belle Faurcher, South Dakota, Basketball 4, Manager 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4. CONNIE LOU CAIN: August 14, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girl's State 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Scholarship Team 3, Student Council 2, 4, Talent Day 3. WlLLlAM H. CAIRNS: December 23, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 4: World Affairs Institute 4. MARY ELLEN CAMPBELL: . . . and those receiving honorable mention ,QQ IVR 1""s, N-w iii of gg 34 :rr or L25 Tad Byrd Connie Cain Linda Cantrell Iocm Carmen September 3, 1940, Booster's Club 45 Chapel 3, 4, Corridor Host 35 Future Nurses 3, 47 Future Teachers 3, 47 GAA Z, 3, 41 Talent Day 3. LINDA MAE CANTRELL: March 22, 1940, Mechanicsburq, Ohio, Booster's Club 45 Chapel 2, 3, Ir. Commercial Club 3, Corridor Host 4, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 2, 3. IOAN CAROL CARMAN: November 4, 1939, Fostoria, Ohio, Future Home Makers 2, 3, 47 Future Nurses 4, GAA 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JANET CARO- LYN CLINGER: Iuly 15, 1940, Biology Club 2, Booster's Club 47 Bowling 4, Chapel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 45 Operetta Chorus 3, 45 Senior ii 25 fr, ,ii is Bill Cairns Mary Ellen Campbell Ianet Clinger Tom Cluli Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship 2, Senior Advisers 4, Talent Daj 3, 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. THOMAS L. CLUFF: September 8, 19405 Bowf ing Captain 4, Homeroom Basketball 35 Office Helper 47 Scholar ship 3, 4. IUDITH KAY COLE: May 5, 1940, Ft. Wayne, Indiana Booster's Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. PATRICIA IANE COLE: October 2 1940, Cafeteria Helper 2, 3, Chapel 3, DECA 4. BEVERLY IEA1 CRAMER: August 30, 1940, Carolers 47 Chapel 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4 Ir. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 47 Future Teachers 35 Operettl Chorus 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. CAROL KAY CRAMER: March lf Judy Cole Pa! Cole , E EZ? 52 li 135 .3 'Si' Bev Cramer Carol Cramer Rosalyn Cramer Kay Cramer 19407 Blue and Gold Staff 2, 3, 4, Cartoon Editor 47 Bowling 3, 47 Carolers 47 Chapel 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 lr. Commercial Club 37 FBLA 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Secretary 2, 37 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. ROSA- LYN CRAMER: lanuary 14, 19417 Choir 3, 47 lr. Commercial Club 37 FBLA 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Operetta Chorus 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SANDRA KAY CRAMER: September 12, 19407 Chapel 27 Choir 3, 47 lr. Commercial Club 37 Corridor Host 47 Devotional Club 47 FBLA 47 Future Home Makers 27 Library Assistant 27 Operetta Chorus 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RlCHARD CUSTARD: April 1, 19407 Concession Dick Custard Bob Custer Class ring selection committee Helper 2, 37 VlC 3, 4. ROBERT I. CUSTER: November 12, 1939, Chicago, lllinois7 Baseball 37 Bowling 3, 47 Chapel 2, 37 Choir 27 Future Engineers 37 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 27 Talent Day 4. BEVERLY IEAN DAVIS: May 24, 1940, Arlington, Ohio: Chapel 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 lr. Commercial Club 37 FBLA 47 Operetta Chorus 47 Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3, 4. SARAH JANE DAYMON: October 16. l94Of Band 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 47 Blue and Gold Staff 3, 4, Circulation Manager 47 Chapel 2, 3, 47 Dance Band 47 District-State Music Contest 4, Superior Rating 47 Future Teachers 2, 3, 47 Home- roorn Secretary 2, President 3, Vice President 47 Office Helper 47 Orchestra 47 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Senior Advisers 47 Social Committee 3j Talent Day 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 47 Trojan Staff 47 Quill and Scroll 4. LINDA IEAN DEPUY: February 28, 19407 Choir 27 lr. Commercial Club 37 Corridor Host 37 FBLA 4. LOUIS DITTMAN: Iuly 22, 1939, Fostoria, Ohio7 Chapel 37 Hi-Y 3. IACK WAYNE DONALDSON: lanuary 12, 1941, Crestline, Ohloj Band 2, 3, 47 Chapel 3, 47 Home- room Basketball 3, 47 Hi-Y 47 Science Club 47 Trojan Staff 4. IOHN RANDOLPH DONNELL, IR.: lune 14, 19405 Basketball 27 Bowling Green Science Day 27 Bowling 47 Carolers 47 Chapel 2, 3, 47 Chem- istry Club 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 Dance Band 47 District-State Music Contest 47 Eisteddfod 3, 47 Football 27 Homeroom Basketball 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 47 lunior Class Play 37 Math Club 2, 3, 4, President 47 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 47 Scholarship 27 Science Club 2, 3, 4, President 47 Senior Announcements Committee 47 Student Council 37 Talent Day 3, 47 Tennis 3, 47 Thespians 2, 3, 47 Track 27 Trojan Staff 47 Thespian Plays 2, 3, 4. DARLENE ANTO- INETTE DOUGHERTY: August 25, 1940, Garden City, Kansasg Bev Davis Sarah Daymon puny, Ri? lvl V 1 K. 6573. , B i',i 1 - A N :lu:.,. ' et if Youth and Government delegates to state capital Booster's Club 47 Cafeteria Helper 37 Chapel 47 Ir. Commercial Club 37 FBLA 4. PATRICIA ANN DOUGLAS: September ll, 19407 Corridor Host 27 DECA 47 Future Home Makers 2, 3.7 GAA 2, 3. IACK D, EGTS: September 8, 19397 VIC 2, 3. ELDRED EISENHAU- ER: October 8, 1940, Fostoria, Ohio7 Band 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 37 Stage Crew 3j VIC 3, 4. MARY ANNE ENCK: Iuly 2, 1940: Blue and Gold Staff 2, 3, 4, Social Editor 47 Booster's Club 47 Bowling 37 Chapel 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Ir. Commercial Club 37 Future Nurses 37 Future Teachers 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Intramurals 2, 37 Operetta Chorus 4j Red Cross Council 37 Trojan Staff 4. DAVID EARL ENGLISH: April 3, 19407 Basketball 27 Carolers 47 Chapel 2, 37 Chemistry Club 37 Football 2, 3, 47 Future Engineers 3, 47 Home- room Basketball 3, 47 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 47 Senior Scholar- ship Club 4j Science Club 3, 47 Talent Day 47 Thespians 27 Track 2. RUSSEL ERNST: May 23, 1940, West Virginia7 Concession Helper 47 VIC 3, 4. DONALD DEAN EWING: December 9, 1940, Bluffton, Ohio7 Golf 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4. MARCIA ANN EWING: Iune 15, 19407 Biology Club Vice President 27 Booster's Club 47 Bowling Green Science Day 2, Superior Rating 27 Chapel 2, 3, 47 Chemistry Club 3, 4, Secretary 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Class Vice President 37 GAA 2, 3, 4, President 47 Intramurals Z, 3, 47 Iunior Class Play 37 Naturalists 3, 4, Treasurer 47 Operetta Prompter 47 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Scholar- ship Team 37 Advanced Algebra 37 Senior Advisers 47 Social Com- mittee 2, 37 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 27 Talent Day 47 Thespian Plays 2, 3, 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice Presi- dent 47 Senior Scholarship Honorable Mention 47 University of Toledo Math Contest 3rd place tie 37 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Corr. Sec- Darlene Dougherty Pat Douglas -f-sq. 'Oli 0 5 NK' 'rf Linda DePuy Louie Dittman lack Donaldson Iohn Donnell retary 37 Commencement Speaker 4. IAMES LEROY FAGAN: March 14, 19407 Concession Helper 47 Stage Crew 37 VIC Vice President 3, President 4. CAROL ANN FARLEE: December 17, 1940, Martel, Ohio7 Band 2, 3, 47 Chapel 47 Ir. Commercial Club 37 District-State Music Contest 2, .3, 47 FBLA Treasurer 47 Office Helper 47 Senior Advisers 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. DENIS JOHN FECK: September 23, 1940, Carey, Ohio7 Basketball 27 Biology Club 27 Boy's State 37 Chapel 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Basketball 3, 47 Home- room President 2, 3, 47 Chemistry Club Vice President 37 Foot- Iack Egts Ike Eisenhauer if Mary Ann Enck Dave English Marcia Ewing lim Fagan ball 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scholarship 45 Scholarship Team 3, Chemistry 35 Science Club 3, 4, Vice President 45 Track 2, 35 Trojan Statt Editor-in-Chiet 4. BARBARA ANN FENBERG: October 30, 19405 Biology Club 25 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 35 Carolers 45 Chapel 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Office Helper 45 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 45 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Senior Advisers 45 Social Committee 45 Talent Day 3, 45 Thespian Plays 25 Trojan Staff 4. ARTHUR BYRON FERFHS: December 26, Bonnie Fenberg Art Ferris Russell Ernst Don Ewing Carol Farlee Denis Peck 1939, Oswego, New York5 Baseball 35 Blue and Gold Staff 45 Bowling 45 Camera Club 35 Future Engineers 45 l-lomeroom Bas- ketball 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Talent Day 45 Trojan Staff 3, 4, Assist. Editor, Photography 4. MARILYN IEAN FIBESTONE: November 3, 19395 Band 2, 3, 45 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 25 Ir. Commercial Club 25 FBLA 4, President 45 I-Iomeroom Secretary 3, 45 Office Helper 45 Senior Advisers 45 Talent Day 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Historian 3. LERSE WELDON FISH: Iuly 26, 19405 Band 2, 35 Orchestra Z5 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Our daily announcers-"Now hear this" Marilyn Firestone Lerse Fish Iim Fisher Mary Ann Fleck Future Engineers 3, 4, President 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3. DONALD HARRY FISHER: May 24, 1940, McComb, Ohio, Chapel 2, 3, Football Manager 2, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2, Industrial Arts Club 4, Secretary 4. CHARLES FISHER: May 29, 1940, Lima, Ohio, Homeroom Basketball 2. IAMES LYNN FISHER: Iune 30, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 2, 3, Golf 2. MARY ANN FLECK: May 15, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 3, 4, Chemistry 3, Ir. Commercial Club 3, FBLA 4, Future Home Makers 2, Future Teachers 4, GAA 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. MICHAEL PHILLIP Student artist Ieanine Pletcher at work his .al"""' Charles Fisher Don Fisher Mike Fleck Keith Fleegle FLECK: Iune 23, 1940, Bowling 3, 4, Team Captain 4, Math Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. KEITH FLEEGLE: October 27, 1939, Arlington, Ohio, Concession Helper 2, 3, Homeroom Basketball 2, VIC 2, 3. WILLIAM PHELPS FLEMING, IR.: Ianuary 16, 1941, Biology Club 2, 3, Bowling 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, District-State Music Contest 3, 4, Winner 4, Eisteddfod 2, 3, 4, Winner 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Iunior Class Play 3, Office Helper 4, Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 4, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Social Committee 4, Talent Bill Fleming Eddie Flick Ian Foor Iohn Ford Larry Foster Rodge Frantz Day 3, 47 Trojan Statt 47 Thespian Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. EDA NIN MERLE FLICK: December 7, 19407 Homeroom Basketball 2, 1, 47 Prom Committee 37 Student Council 2. IEANETTE ARLENE 'OOR: October 19, 1940, Napoleon, Ohio7 Biology Club 27 Booster's Zlub 47 Chapel 2, 37 Choir 3, 47 Corridor Host 3, 47 FBLA 47 Future Teachers 3, 47 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Social Committee 47 Talent Day 47 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. IOHN FORD: lurie 9, l9407 Baseball Z, 3, 47 Bowling Green Science Day 27 Bowling 3, 47 Carolers 47 Zhapel 2, 3, 47 Chemistry Club 37 Choir 2, 3, 47 Eisteddfod 47 Iim Frost Ian Galbreath Troian insignia on class ring Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 4. WILLIAM FOSTER: August 23, 19407 Chemistry Club 3. RODGER FRANTZ: November 15, 19397 Bowling 3, 47 Stage Crew 4. IAMES FROST: February l4, 19407 Biology Club 27 Chapel 2, 37 Corridor Host 4. IANICE GALBREATH: Iune 27, 19407 Biology Club 27 Booster's Club 47 Bowling 47 Chapel 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Vice President 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Vice President 2, 37 Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Iunior Class Play 37 Operetta Chorus 47 Prom Committee 37 Oueen's Court 47 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Senior Advisers 47 Student Council 4, Treasurer 47 Talent Day 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 37 Trojan Statt 47 Thespians 2, 3, 4. PATRICK GALLAGHER: May 24, 1940, Detroit, Michigan7 Office Helper 3, 4. ELLEN GALLOWAY: August 1, 19401 Chapel 27 Chemistry Club 37 Corridor Host 3j Future Teachers 2, 3, 47 Home- room Secretary 3, 47 Red Cross Council 27 Scholarship Team 37 Senior Advisers 4. MARILYN GARIEPY: December 19, 1940, Los Angeles, Californian Biology Club 27 Booster's Club 47 Bowling Captain 47 Chapel 2, 47 Chemistry Club 37 Choir 3, 47 Corridor Host 27 Future Teachers 3, 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Intramurals 2, 3, 47 Iunior Class Play 37 Operetta Chorus 47 Prom Committee 37 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Senior Advisers 47 Social Committee 47 Talent Day 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Tro- jan Staff 47 Office Helper 47 Sixth Model Legislature 4. WILLIAM GARRISON: December 26, 1939, Ridgeway, Pennsylvania7 Base- ball 4j Biology Club 2, President 27 Bowling 47 Carolers 47 Chapel 2, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 District-State Music Contest 3, 47 Eisteddfod 2, 3, 4, lst place 2, 3, 47 Football 2, 3, 47 I-lomeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 Homeroom President 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, 47 Pat Gallagher Ellen Galloway we ""f""w, ' 41 FHS senior already busy at university clinic Math Club 45 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Science Club 45 Talent Day 45 Track 25 Thes- pian Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. TOMMY GATCHELL: August 14, 19385 Cafeteria Helper 25 DECA 4. WILLIAM GORSUCH: june 5, 1940, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio5 Bowling 45 Corridor Host 2, 45 Home- room Basketball 3, 4. DENNIS ELTON GRAY: April 28, 19405 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 45 Chapel 2, 45 Chemistry Club 35 Home- room Basketball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 25 Projectionists 2, 35 Social Committee 45 Student Council 35 Trojan Staff 4. VIRGINIA GREENE: February 5, 19405 Chapel 45 Scholarship Team 4. DENIS GRUBB: Iune 19, 19395 VIC 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEE HADDING: Oc- tober 6, 19405 Chapel 25 Concession Helper 3, 45 1-Iomeroom Bas- ketball 2, 3, 45 VIC 3, 4. IOAN DIANNE HALKYARD: February 13, 1941, Syracuse, New York5 Biology Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Boost- er's Club 45 Blue and Gold Staff 35 Bowling 3, 45 Chapel 2, 45 Corridor Host 2, 35 Future Teachers 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Math Club 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Senior Advisers 45 Social Committee 45 Talent Day 45 Thespians 3, 4, Corr. Secretary 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Trojan Staff Club Editor 4. NEIL WADE HARTMAN: March 28, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Chapel 2, 45 Choir 2, 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Math Club 2, 35 Operetta Cast 45 Prom Committee 35 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Talent Day 45 Tennis 2, 35 Trojan Staff 4. KENNETH ROBERT HECK: October 15, 1940, Camden, New Iersey5 Bowling 45 Chapel 45 Choir 45 Home- room Basketball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Vice President 3, 45 Operetta Cast 45 Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Ring Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Social Committee 45 Talent Day 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. TONITA HERNANDEZ: Iune 21, 1940, Denny Gray Virginia Greene zv., Marilyn Gariepy Bill Garrison Tom Gatchell Bill Gorsuch Tampa, Floricla5 Biology Club 25 Booste-r's Club 45 Chapel 45 Choir 2, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Eisteddfod 45 FBLA 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Homeroorn Secretary 25 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Prom Committee 35 Trojan Staff 4. BRYAN HIGLEY: September 2, 1940. DAVID HIGLEY: September 17, 1940 Van Buren, Ohio5 Concession Helper 3, 45 VIC 3, 4. DOROTHY HIGLEY: November 9, 1939, West Unity, Ohio5 Ir. Cornmerciaf Club 35 FBLA 45 GAA 2, 3, 4. WANDA HILLS: Iuly 12, 1940, Martinsville, I1linois5 Ir. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 4. BARBARA Denny Grubb Bob Haddinq 'Wit 42 '-wav' 43" Ioan Halkyard Neil Hartman Kenny Heck Toni Hernandez Bryan Higley Dave Hiqley Dorothy Hiqley Wanda Hills 'EAN HILTY: September 7, 19405 Band 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 25 iarolers 45 Chapel 45 Choir 3, 45 District-State Music Contest 2, 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Naturalists 3, 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Norld Affairs lnstitute 3. EDWARD D. HILTY: lune Zhapel 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Office Helper Scholarship Club 4. SHARON LEE HOLDEN: lanuary 29, 1941, Celina, Ohio5 Zlub 45 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Barbara Hilty Ed Hilty 24, 194U5 45 Senior Booster's Secretary 2, 4. RICHARD E. HOLMES: October 26, 19405 Bowling 45 Chapel 45 Chemistry Club 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 DECA President 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Vice President 45 Hi-Y 45 Operetta Chorus 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Social Committee 45 Talent Day 45 Track Manager 3. BEVERLY IOAN HOOD: October 14, 1940, Robinson, lllinois5 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 45 Chemistry Club 35 Choir 25 Class Secretary 25 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 45 lunior Class Play 35 Office Helper 45 Oueen's Court 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Teen-tattlers on radio duty A MN l 6 Sharon Holden Dick Holmes Barbara Howard Dofene Howard 25 Senior Advisers 45 Student Council 2, 45 Talent Day 35 Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 45 Thespians 2, 3, 4. CAROL KAY HOSLER: lanuary 2, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Choir 3, 45 lr. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 Operetta Chorus 3, 45 Talent Day 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. BARBARA KAY HOWARD: March 17, 19405 Band 2, 3, 45 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 35 Future Nurses 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Math Club 2, 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Senior Advisers 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. DORENE Rl-lAE HOW- ARD: December 4, 1940, Detroit, Michiqan5 Band 2, 3, 45 Booster's 'FLA -..L:-.-0. Eur.- -..--:-..1..- o-:.... .,,,,. or-fW"?Y Bev Hood Carol Hosler Mel Hulbert Kirsten Hunsicker l Club 45 Chapel 35 Future Nurses 3, 45 Red Cross Council 35 Social Committee 45 Talent Day 45 Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. MEI VIN RUSSELL HULBERT: October 23, 19415 Band 2, 3, 45 Baske ball 2, 35 Bowling 45 Choir 3, 45 Class President 2, 3, 45 Distric State Music Contest 3, 45 l-lomeroom -Basketball 2, 45 Homeroo President 2, 3, 45 l-li-Y 45 lunior Class Play 35 Prom Committee Rina Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Science Club Social Committee 2, 45 Talent Day 45 Track 3, 45 Trojan Staff Sport Editor 4. KIRSTEN ANN HUNSICKER: lanuary 5, 1940, Ea Carolyn lnbody Judy Inman st Liver 1 Q, it S s Nancy Insco Ioan Insley Winiired Iones Clair Karcher pool, Ohio, Chapel 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Math Club 3, National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Senior Scholar- ship Club 4, Scholarship 3, English 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4. CAROLYN MAE INBODY: Ianuary IU, 1941, Bowling Green Science Day 2, 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, Naturalists 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship 2, 3, 4, Senior Advisers 4, Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 4. IUDITH ANN INMAN? September l4, l94U, Booster's Club 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Ir. Commercial Club 3, FBLA Secretary 4, Future Teachers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta Bob Kam Dick Karsh Boys' State delegates Chorus 3, Cast 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Senior Advisers 4, Social Committee 4, Talent Day 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. NANCY ELIZABETH INSCO: December 2, IQ40, Clearwater, Flori- da, Cafeteria Helper 2, Chapel 3, Corridor Host 4, Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, GAA 2, 3, 4. IOAN G. INSLEY: December 9, l940, Youngstown, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Booster's Club 4, Bowling Green Science Day 2, 3, Chapel 3, 4, District-State Music Contest 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Naturalists 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Talent Day 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. WINIFRED SUE IONES: Ianuary 2l, 1940, Youngstown, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Chapel 4, Corridor Host 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice President 2, Office Helper 3, Orchestra 4, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3. CLAIR E. KARCHER, IR.: May 23, I339, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club President 4. ROBERT DALLAS KARN: Iuly 27, l339, Ienera, Ohio, Basketball 2, Chapel 3, I-Iomeroom Basketball 3, Projection- ists 4, Industrial Arts Club 4. RICHARD D. KARSH: September 2, l340, Bowling 3, 4, Cafeteria Helper 2, Concession Helper 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, VIC 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. WAVA IEAN KERR: May 28, l940, Biology Club 2, Booster's Club 4, Bowling Green Science Day 2, 3,,Chapel 3, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2 , 4, Corridor Host 4, GAA 2, 3, Naturalists 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Science Club 4. WENDA IANE KERR: May 28, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Bowling Green Science Day 3, Corridor Host 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Naturalists 4, Trojan Staff 4. IAMES NORMAN KING: February l4, l940, Dayton, Ohio, Senior Wuva Kerr Wenda Ken' 45 Putting the heat on student council president Scholarship 45 Scholarship 3, 45 World Affairs Institute 3, 4. ROSA- LYN MAE KISTLER: Ianuary ll, l94l5 Chapel 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Eisteddfod 35 Future Nurses 45 Future Teachers 2, 35 I-Iomeroom Vice President 35 Math Club 2, 35 Office Helper 45- Scholarship Team 25 Senior Advisers 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. PHYL- LIS ANN KNIGHT: December 2, l94U5 Band 2, 3, 45 Booster's Club 45 Bowling Green Science Day 35 Chapel 45 District-State Music Contest 2, 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 25 Math Club 25 Naturalists 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. RICHARD PAUL KRAMER: August I3, l94O, Iohn- stown, Pennsylvania5 Industrial Arts Club 4. BARBARA IEAN KRAUSS: September I7, l94O5 Booster's Club 45 Bowling Green Science Day 2, 35 Chapel 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 FBLA 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 25 Naturalists 3, 45 Office Helper 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 2, Bookkeeping I 25 Senior Advisers 45 Talent Day 45 Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. MARY JANE KUHLMAN: November l8, l94U5 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 35 Choir 2, 35 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4. RICHARD LEE LANGSTAFF: Iune IO, I9405 Football 35 Home- room Basketball 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Projectionists Treasurer 4. NANCY IEAN LATHER: Ianuary 5, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Carolers 45 Chapel 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 District-State Music Contest 45 Eistedd- fod 3, 4, lst in Soprano 3, 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, President 45 GAA 45 Homeroom Vice President 25 Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, President 45 Office Helper 45 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 45 Ring Com- mittee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Senior Announcements Com- mittee 45 Senior Advisers 45 Student Council 35 Talent Day 3, 45 Tri-I-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. ,MARLENE MAE LAUCK: Ianuary Barbara Krauss lane Kuhlmqn f'0' 1-H--vw' 'ww 'Dm' -...Nah lim King Rosalyn Kistler Phyllis Knight Dick Kramer 2, 19415 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 2, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Cor- ridor Host 3, 45 FBLA 4. GRETCHEN ANN LAUDENSLAGER: Au- gust 21, l94U5 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Future Nurses 35 GAA 3, 4. DIANE IEAN LAW: April l8, l9335 Chapel 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Corridor Host 45 DECA Vice President 45 Homeroom Sec- retary 35 Office Helper 45 Prorn Committee 35 Senior Advisers 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 45 Secretary-Treasurer of Northwest Ohio District DECA 4. IANE I. LEATHERMAN: Ianuary ll, 19415 Band 2, 35 Blue and Gold Staff 45 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 3, 45 Dick Langstati Nancy Lathe: 46 ffm A 556' it 'TJ' 5,1- Marlene Lauck Gretchen Laudenslager Ianice Leathers Linda Lieb Ihoir 45 FBLA 45 Future Nurses 35 Future Teachers 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 ntramurals 2, 3, 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Oueen's Court 45 Red Iross Council 35 Senior Advisers 45 Talent Day 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Norld Service Representative 45 Trojan Staff Advertising Manager L. IANlCE DARLENE LEATHERS: lanuary 30, 19405 Booster's jlub 45 DECA 45 Future Home Makers 3. LINDA K. LIEB: Septem- Jer 28, 1940, McComb, Ohio5 Future Home Makers 35 GAA 4. SERALDINE R. LONG: November 7, 1940, Marion, Ohio5 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 45 Future Nurses 35 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 GAA Pat Lucas Iohn Lyon Diane Law lane Leatherman Gerri Long Larry Lovell 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Talent Day 35 Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, LARRY LELAND LOVELL: March 18, 19405 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 l-'li-Y 2, 3, 45 Office Helper 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. PATRICK IOHN LUCAS: March 17, 19405 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Chapel 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Trojan Staff 4. lOl-IN C, LYON: May 14, 1940, Robinson, lllinois5 Bowling 45 Chapel 45 Football 2, 35 I-ll-Y 3, 45 Math Club 45 Oueen's Court Escort 45 Red Cross Council 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Trojan Staff Busi- Seniors who attended World Affairs Institute Sqn-.pw-Y Jw, Carol McDil1 Ierry lean McDuliie Mike McPherson Iohn Mains ness Manager 4, Latin Club 2. CAROL A. McDlLL: September 3, 1938, Chillicothe, Ohio, Future Home Makers 3, 4. I. JEAN MCDUFFIE: February 29, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Corridor Host 3, Future Teach- ers 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Library Assistant 4, Math Club 3. ANN Mc- GARVEY: Ianuary 18, 1941, Indianapolis, Indiana, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, Vice President 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Iunior Class Play 3, Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Typists perform diligently fini fl ,J Ann McGarvey Katie Mcliitrick Ice Martinez Olivia Massillo Senior Advisers 4, Student Council 3, Talent Day 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Trojan Staff 4. KATIE LOU MCKITRICK: May 17, 1940, Corridor Host 2. MICHAEL LEE McPl-IERSON: May 9, 1940, Lima, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Future Engineers 3, 4, Homeroom Bas- ketball 2, 3, Math Club 3. IOHN BURNAP MAINS: September 4, 1940, Baseball 2, 3, Bowling 4, Choir 2, 3, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 3, Operetta Chorus 3, Prom Commit- tee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Social Committee 4, Student Council 2, Talent Day 3. IOSE MARTINEZ: May 28, 1939, Crystal Steve Miller Tom Miller 1 1 1 l all ,anh- .f-Q., Dave Mitchell Karen Montooth Carol Moore Nancy Moore ity, Texas7 Baseball 2, 37 Bowling 3, 47 Homeroom Basketball , 3, 47 Homeroom Vice President 47 Hi-Y 27 Operetta Cast 47 enior Scholarship Club 47 Trojan Staff 47 Industrial Arts Club ice President 4. GLORIA OLIVIA MASSILLO: December 5, 19407 '. Commercial Club 37 Corridor Host 2, 37 FBLA 47 Future Home lakers 2, 37 Future Teachers 47 GAA 2, 3, 47 Homeroom Secre- gry 2, 37 Senior Advisers 47 Social Committee 4. STEPHEN RAY IILLERZ October 2, 1940, Dayton, Ohio7 Chapel 47 Chemistry Club 7 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Prom Committee 37 1 Linda Myers Tom Nagy Girls' State delegate and alternate Senior Scholarship Club 47 Scholarship Team 27 Science Club 47 Trojan Staff 4. TOM C. MILLER: September 22, 19407 Band 27 Baseball 27 Choir 47 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 47 Homeroom President 2, 47 Hi-Y 47 Operetta Chorus 4j Senior Scholarship Club 47 Talent Day 3j Trojan Staff 4. DAVID EDWARD MITCHELL: March 27, 19407 Chemistry Club 37 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Projectionists 47 Senior Scholarship Club 47 Trojan Stall 4. KAREN ANN MON- TOOTH: September 2, 19407 Booster's Club 47 Chapel 47 Ir. Com- mercial Club 3, President 37 FBLA 47 Homeroom Vice President 37 Prom Committee 37 Red Cross Council 27 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Trojan Statt 4. CAROL MARIE MOORE: September 16, 19401 Blue and Gold Staff 37 Booster's Club 47 Chapel 47 lr. Commercial Club 37 Corridor Host 37 FBLA 47 Future Home Makers 27 GAA 3, 47 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 47 Trojan Staff 4. NANCY IEAN MOORE: August 24, 19407 Biology Club 27 Booster's Club 47 Chapel 2, 47 Class Vice President 27 Secretary 37 FBLA 47 GAA 2, 3,47 Homeroom Presi- dent 27 Operetta Cast 2,47 Orchestra 27 Prom Committee 37 Social Committee 37 Student Council 47 Talent Day 47 Thespian Club 2, 3, 47 Tri-Hi-Y 47 Trojan Staff 4. LINDA MYERS: February 19, 19407 Chapel 27 Corridor Host 27 Future Home Makers 3, 4, Presi- dent 47 Future Teachers 47 GAA 3, 4. THOMAS LEE NAGY: Feb- ruary 13, 19407 Football 4. SHARON IEAN NAUS: November 12, 19397 Booster's Club 2, 47 Chapel 2, 47 Choir 2, 47 Eisteddfod 47 GAA 2, 47 Homeroom Secretary 47 Intramurals 2, 47 Operetta Chorus 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 47 Trojan Staff 4. ANN IEANETTE NICHOLS: December 22, 19407 Biology Club 27 Booster's Club 47 Bowling Green Science Day 2, 37 Carolers 47 Chapel 2, 47 Chemistry Club 3j Choir 2, 3, 47 Eisteddfod 3, 47 Future Teachers 2, 47 Naturalists Sharon Naus Ann Nichols ,,.,, I If -.1 NX 'Q' -s':'.3" 49 Seniors give assistance to sophomore girls 3, 4, Vice President 4, Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 4, Senior Scholar- ship Club 4, Science Club 4, Senior Advisers 4. LARRY VILAS NISWANDER: August 9, 1940, Bluffton, Ohio, Base- ball 2, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 4, Future Engineers 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Prom Committee 3, Trojan Staff 4. MARY PATRICIA NOLAN: August 24, 1940, Akron, Ohio, Blue and Gold Staff 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Chapel 4, Chemistry Club 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Red Cross Council 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, Senior Advisers 4, Talent Day 3, Tri-l-li- Y 2, 3, 4, Youth in Government Representative, Clerk of I-louse, Model Legislature and Delegate to National Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Congress 3, Trojan Staff 4. PATRICIA ANN O'BRIEN: October 20, 1940, Den- nison, Ohio, Biology Club 2, Ir. Commercial Club 3, Corridor Host 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, GAA 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Trojan Staif 4. DEBORAH ANN ONEACRE: March 7, 1941, Akron, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Booster's Club 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Dance Band 3, DAR Winner 4, District- State Music Contest 2, 3, 4 Eisteddfod 4, Future Nurses 2, Future Teachers 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Office Helper 3, 4, Operetta Cast 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, President 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, Senior Advisers 4, Talent Day 3, Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. LARRY G. PATTERSON: May 7, 1941, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 2, Scholarship Team Alternate 2. ROBERT RUSSEL PATTERSON: December 12, 1940. IANICE LENORA PETRIE: August 31, 1940, Gallipolis, Ohio, Blue and Gold Staff 3, 4, FBLA 4, Future Home Makers 2, GAA 3, 4. DAVID D. PFEIFFER: Iuly 27, 1940, Chapel Larry Patterson Robert Patterson 'puma .W , Larry Niswander Pat Nolan Pat O'Brien Debbie Oneacre 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, Homeroom Basketball 2. 3, 4, I- Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, junior Class Play 3, Senior Scholarsh: Club 4, Scholarship Team 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Social Committee 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President President 4, Talent Day 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Thespian Plays 2, 3, Track 2, Trojan Staff 4. LARRY I. PHILLIPS: August 4, 194 Monterey, Tennessee, Biology Club 2, Camera Club 2, Chapel 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Future Engineers 3, 4, Homeroom Baske ball 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pre: Janice Petrie Dave Pieitfer 50 f , ., vii' ,aph- Larry Phillips Sandra Phillips Charles Porter Harry Preston dent 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Science Club 2, Track 4, West- inghouse Talent Search 4. SONDRA K. PHll.LlPS: October 28, 1940, Corridor Host 2. IOHN PARKER PLATT: lune 24, 1940, Biology Club 2, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Boys' State 3, Chapel 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, President 4, Corridor Host 2, 3, Homeroom President 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Iunior Class Play 3, Natural- ists 3, 4, Ring Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Scholar- ship Team 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Commencement Speaker 4, Thespian Plays 2, 3, 4. AUDRA IEANINE PLETCHER: April 15, Bill Rhoad Loyd Riie Y 'R fl' ta 'uv rm Iohn Platt Ieanine Pletcher Brenda Pruitt Tom Rectorschek 1940, Anderson, lndiana, Art Club 4, Biology Club 2, Blue and Gold Staff 4, Booster's Club 2, 3, 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, DAR Winner 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Home- room Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholar- ship Club 4, Placement 3, Scholarship Team 3, 4, Senior Advisers 4, Social Committee 4, Historian 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Tri4l-li-Y 2, 4, Trojan Staff Art Editor 4. CHARLES P. PORTER: December 31, 1939, DECA 4. HARRY DAN PRESTON: Iune 16, 1939. BRENDA They organize final senior chapel program l 'U' ,dun Ars? V LQ lim Roberts Carol Robison Larry Rose Eileen Royer PRUITT: Iune QU, l94U, Carolers 4, Chapel 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Ir. Com- mercial Club 3, District-State Music Contest 4, Eisteddfod 4, lst 4, FBLA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Operetta Cast 4. THOMAS A. RECTOR- SCI-IEK: February 6, l94U, Band 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Bowling 4, Chapel 2, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 4, Dance Band 4, District- State Music Contest 3, 4, Homerooni Vice President 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Orchestra 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Schol- arship Team 4, Science Club 3, 4, Social Committee 4, Talent Day 4, Thespian Plays 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staif 4. WILLIAM CURTIS RHOAD: November I6, l94O, Biology Club 2, Booster's Club 4, Bring honors to seniors in Merit Scholarship hu-4 Doris Robinson Iudy Rockwell Bob Rudisill Willie Salazar Bowling 4, Chapel 2, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 4, 'Football 3, Home-room Basketball 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Oueerls Court Escort 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Senior An- nouncements Committee 4, Swimminq 4, LOYD M. RIFE, IR.: March I7, l94U, Columbus, Ohio, Boosters Club 4, Chapel 2, 4, Choir 4, Eisteddtod 4, lst 4, Iblomeroorn Basketball 2, 3, Operetta Cast 4, Tumblinq 3. PAUL IAMES ROBERTS: November l9, l94U, Detroit, Michigan, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Projectionists 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. CAR- OL ANN ROBISON: September IS, l94O, Chapel 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Harold Saltz Roger Sands ss We f ,,t,r tfiegg, , fir S Ioanne Saums Diane Sausser Aleta Schmidt Bill Schultz lr. Commercial Club 3, Corridor Host 2, Library Assistant 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Trojan Staff Treasurer 4. DORIS ROBINSON: May 9, l940, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Booster's Club 4, DECA 4, Future Home Makers 3. IUDITH KAY ROCKWELL: February 24, l940, Cincinnati, Ohio, Booster's Club 4, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Chapel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, Future Teach- ers 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Operetta Chorus 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholar- ship Club 4, Senior Advisers 4, Student Council 3, Thespian Plays 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Trojan Staff 4. LARRY E. Dick Sel-inert Linda Schumacher Counselling seniors tor college days ROSE: October 2, 1940, VIC 3, 4. EILEEN MARIE ROYER: April 3, l940, Future Home Makers 2, 3, 4. ROBERT IAMES RUDISILL: April I4, 1940, McComb, Ohio, Carolers 4, Chapel 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Eisteddfod 4, lst in Baritone 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice President 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Operetta 3, Cast 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Social Committee 3, Talent Day 2, 3, 4, Thespian Plays 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. WILLIAM I. SALAZAR: November IB, 1336, Laredo, Texas, Baseball 2, 3, Carolers 4, Chapel 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Eistedd- tod 4, Football 2, Homeroom Basketball 4, Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Scholarship Team 2, 3. HAROLD L. SALTZ: Iuly 5, 1940, Booster's Club 4, Chapel 3, 4, Golf 2, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Red Cross Council 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, World Service Representative 4, Prom Committee 3. ROGER L. SANDS: lune 29, l939, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Basketball 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. IO- ANNE KAY SAUMS: Iuly 7, l940, DECA 4. IUDITI-I DIANE SAUS- SER: Iune l4, l940, Biology Club 2, Chapel 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Ir. Commercial Club 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Horne- room Secretary 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Red Cross Council 2, Senior Scholarship Club 4. ALETA DAWN SCI-IMIDT: March 25, l940, Marion, Ohio, Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Chapel 3, 4, Choir 4, Dance Band 3, 4, District-State Music Contest lst 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Homeroom Secretary 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Senior Advisers 4, Talent Day 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM PAUL SCHULTZ: September l7, Gene Sharp Stan Shrider l 53 i X. 3,5 1 Graduation approaches-announcements are chosen 19405 Booster's Club 35 Chapel 3, 45 Corridor Host 25 Homeroom Basketball 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Library Assistant 35 Prom Committee 35 Trojan Staff 4. RlCl-IARD WAYNE SEHNERT: January 7, 19405 VIC 2, 3, 4. LINDA LOUISE SCHUMACHER: May 13, 19405 Biology Club 25 Booster's Club 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 Corridor Host 2, 35 Future Teachers 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. LORN EU- GENE SHARP: April 15, 19405 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 45 Future Teachers 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Operetta Cast 45 Oueen's Court Escort 45 Student Council 25 Trojan Stalf 45 Art Club 4, President 4. STANLEY EUGENE SHRIDER: September 15, 19335 Bowling 45 DECA 45 Proiectionists 2, 3. JERRY LEE SILVERS: November 20, 19395 DECA 4. GARY LEE SITES: December 3, 1940, Utica, Ohio5 VlC 3, 4. KAY FRANCES SMITH: Ianuary 30, 19405 Corridor I-lost 35 DECA 4, Secretary 45 Future Home Makers 2, 35 GAA 2. THOMAS PAUL SMITH: May 19, 1940, Fremont, Ohio5 Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Bowling Green Science Day 25 Chapel 25 Choir 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 2, 3. THOMAS PIERCE SMITH: September 26, 1940, Lima, Ohio5 Band 2, 3, 45 Bowling 45 Chapel 3, 45 Chemistry Club 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Future Engineers 3, 4, Vice President 45 Future Teachers 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Math Club 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Science Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Track 2, 4. SHEILA MAE SNYDER: April 7, 19405 Blue and Gold Staff 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 4, Exchange Editor 35 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 lr. Commercial Club 35 Corridor I-lost 25 FBLA Vice President 45 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 GAA 3, 45 lunior Class Play 35 Office Helper 45 Operetta Chorus 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Tom Smith Sheila Snyder A Jerry Silvers Gary Sites Kay Smith Tom Smith 1 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Senior Advisers 45 Student Council 45 Tro- jan Staff 45 lst place State Newswriting Contest 4. DONALD WAYNE STALL: September 19, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 3, 45 Football 35 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 35 Stage Crew 35 VlC 3, 4. DANNY M. STEARS: February 14, 1940, Lima, Ohio5 Bowling 3, 45 Homeroom Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 25 VIC 3, 4. DAVID LEROY STEEN- SON: April 19, 1938, Toledo, Ohio5 Cafeteria Helper 2, 35 Camera Club 2, 35 Chapel 25 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 I-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Math Club 45 Projectionists 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Don Stall Danny Steczrs 1 ,n . -In-aug., 54 PK' -a-lisa i ff, fini' Dave Steenson Larry Steinman Lucius Stone Roger Slough Track 25 Trojan Staff 45 Tumbling 3, LARRY DEAN STEINMAN: March 2, 19405 Camera Club 35 Chapel 25 Homeroom Basketball Z. LINDA SUE STILLBERGER: Iuly 2, 19405 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 35 Chapel 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 2, Secretary 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Social Commiitee 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JANE SHEPARD STITT: April 10, 19405 Biology Club 25 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Home- room Vice President 25 Oifice Helper 45 Operetia Chorus 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 25 Senior Advisers 45 Tri- Dixie Swick Rosie Swick 1 '50 Linda Siillherger lane Stiil Carol Sunderman Tom Susko Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. LUCIUS HAROLD STONE: November 22, 1940, Washington, D. C.5 Chapel 35 Math Club 35 Senior Schol- arship Club 45 Scholarship Team 2, 35 Trojan Staff 45 World Affairs lnsiituie 4. ROGER LEE STOUGH: December 9, 19405 Band 25 Bowling 25 Chapel 2, 35 Chemistry Club 3, 45 Future Engineers 3, 45 Horneroom Basketball 45 Math Club 35 Senior Scholarship Club 4. CAROL ANN SUNDERMAN: February Z, 19405 Chapel 3. 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 lr. Commercial Club 35 Corridor Host 35 FBLA 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. THOMAS GARY SUSKO: August 14, 1940, Dubuque, 1owa5 Band 2, Bowling 35 Chapel 3, 45 Corridor Smiih boasts 20-20 vision ior Driver Training 453 Ni lu Sandy Talbott Patsy Thomas Gene Taylor Sally Tisdale Host 35 Golf 3, 45 Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Trojan Staff 4. DIXIE RAE SWICK: March 31, 1939. ROS- ALIE NAN SWICK: December 9, 1940. SANDRA IEAN TALBOT: December 28, 1940, Oakland, Illinois5 Boosters Club 45 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 GAA 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. EUGENE VBTAYLOR: Iune 23, 19405 Football 35 Homeroom Basketball 45 Recl'Cross Council 45 VIC 3. JAMES ALBERT TEBBE: September 17, 1940, Cincinnati, Ohio5 Chapel 35 Homeroom Basketball 3. CONSTANCE M. THOMAS: October 19, 1940, McComb, Ohio5 DEC- D.A.R. contest winners 'NU lim Tebbe Connie Thomas Iudy Traul Max Trier A 45 Future Home Makers 2. PATSY IOANN THOMAS: May 16, 19405 Chapel 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 FBLA 45 Office Helper 4. SALLY ANNE TISDALE: August 25, 19405 Biology Club 25 Chapel 3, 45 Chemistry Club 35 Choir 35 Future Teachers 3, 45 Library Assistant 25 Naturalists 3, 45 Office Helper 45 Senior Scholarship 45 Scholarship Team 25 Science Club 45 Senior Advisers 45 Student Council 2. IUDITH WHIPPLE TRAUL: Iune 8, 1940, Columbus, Ohio5 Biology Club 25 Boosters Club 45 Bowling Green Science Day 25 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Iudy Tuttle Iean Vandervort WV fait' lim Vcmsant Judy Varner Penny Wagner Ianet Ward 'ice President 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Naturalists 3, 4, Presi- ,ent 45 Operetta Cast 45 Prom Committee 35 Oueen's Court 45 Sen- ur Announcements Committee 45 Teen-Tattler 2, 3, 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, , Chaplain 2, 4, Vice President 35 Trojan Staff 45 Thespians 2, 3. 'IAX WAYNE TBEIER: October 19, 19405 Band 2, 3, 4, President 5 Chapel 3, 45 Dance Band 45 District-State Music Contest 2, 3, 4, st ratinas 2, 3, 45 I-lomeroom Secretary 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Orchestra 5 Senior Scholarship Club 4. IUDITH IOY TUTTLE: December 0, 19405 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 District-State Iusic Contest 2, 3, 45 Eisteddfod 3, 45 Future Nurses 25 Iunior Iim Weaver Pat Weidinger Q Est Westmghouse contestants plot 1861 missile trarectory Class Play 35 Operetta Orchestra 45 Bed Cross Council 2, 35 Talent Day 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3. ALICE IEAN VANDERVOBT: October 11, 1939, New Brighton, Pennsylvania5 Future Home Makers 4. IAMES HARRY VANSANT: September 10, 1940, Kenton, Ohio5 Bowling 3, 45 Chapel 35 DECA 45 Football 2, 35 I-Iomeroom Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2. IUDITH ANN VARNEB: luly 27, 19405 Biology Club 25 Booster's Club 2, 3, 45 Bowling Green Science Day 2, lst rating 25 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Eistedd- focl 3, 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Naturalists 3, 4, Secretary 45 Operetta Cast 45 Bing Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 35 Social Committee 45 Student Council 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Trojan Staff 4. LINNEA ANNE WAGNEB: October 17, 19405 Band 2, 3, 45 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 District-State Music Contest 3, 4, Winner 3, 45 Devotional Club 35 Eisteddtod 2, 3, 4, Winner 3, 45 Future Nurses 45 Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 45 Orchestra 45 Prom Committee 35 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Student Council 35 Talent Day 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. IANET SUE WARD: Ianuary 28, 19415 Band 2, 3, 45 Booster's Club 45 Chapel 3, 45 Ir. Commercial Club 35 District-State Music Contest 2, 3, 45 FBLA 45 GAA 3, 45 Homeroom Vice President 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Senior Advisers 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4. IAMES DOWNEB WEAVER: October 17, 1940, Fostoria, Ohio5 Bowling Green Science Day 25 Bowling 3, 45 Chapel 3, 45 Chem- istry Club 35 Choir 2, 35 Eistedclfod 25 I-Iomeroorn Basketball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 2, Vice President 35 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 lunior Class Play 35 Math Club 25 Operetta Chorus 2, 35 Oueen's Court Escort 45 Senior Scholarship Club 45 Scholarship Team 35 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Thespian Pat Welton Max Wendell 'f f 6 ff "ive" 'M - ., .. A lybl, QE 57 Ytiy Their poems rank in national anthology Plays 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4. PATRICIA ANN WEIDINGER: Au- gust 10, 1940, Kenton, Ohio, Choir 2, Corridor Host 2, 3. PATRICIA DIANE WELTON: April 23, 1940, Biology Club 2, Secretary 2, Booster's Club 4, Carolers 4, Chapel 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Sec- retary 4, District-State Music Contest 4, Eisteddiod 3, 4, Winner 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 4, Homeroom Vice President 2, President 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Operetta Chorus 3, Cast 4, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Senior Advisers 4, Talent Day 3, Teen-Tattler 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Trojan Staff Highlights Editor 4, Youth and Government Alternate Representative 3, 4. MAX WAYNE WENDELL: April 11, 1940, Biology Club 2, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Chapel 3, 4, Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Trojan Stall 4. ANTHONY N. WEST: October 5, 1940, Defiance, Ohio, Bowling 3, 4, President 3, Homeroom Basketball 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4, Tumbling 3. IAMES WILLIAM WIDENHOFER: March 14, 1940, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Chemistry Club 3, Choir 2, 4, Homeroom Basketball 3, Hi-Y 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Red Cross Council 4, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Trojan Staff 4. ALLEN IACKSON WILFONG: june 12, 1940, Fairmont, West Virginia, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Boy's State 3, Chem- istry Club 3, Choir 2, Homeroom Basketball 2, 3, 4, Senior Schol- arship Club 4. MYRL EUGENE WILKINS: May 9, 1940, Chapel 4. PEGGY WILLIAMS: February 21, 1941, Sacramento, California. CONNIE IEAN WILSON: September 20, 1940, Carolers 4, Chapel' 3, 4, Choir 2,. 3, 4, Ir. Commercial Club 3, FBLA 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Office Helper 4, Operetta Chorus 4, Scholarship Peggy Williams Connie Wilson Tony West lim Widenhoier lack Wilfong Myrl Wilkins Team 2, Senior Advisers 4, Tri-I-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4, ISA- BELLE ROSE WINELAND: April 6, 1940, Band 2, 3, 4, Future Home Makers 2. BARBARA IEAN WOLERY: December 16, 1940, DECA 4. DOROTHY ELAINE WOLERY: Iuly 22, 1939, Band 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Nurses 4. CAROL BENNETT WOODBURY: january 27, 1941, Worcester, Massachusetts, Booster's Club 4, Bowling 3, Chapel 4, Corridor Host 4, FBLA 4, Future Teachers 4, Library Assistant 4, Math Club 3, Senior Scholarship Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EUGUENE WOODWARD: july 2, 1940, Bowling Green Science Day 2, Chapel 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Homeroom Isabelle Wineland Barbara Wolery Q-nav" 58 Elaine Wolery Carol Woodbury Sandra Wyant Deanna Yates Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Senior Scholarship Club 4. RUTH GENIENE WRIGHT: August 26, l94l5 Devotional Club 4. SAUNDRA KAY WYANT: September lO, 19405 Band 2, 3, 45 Bioloay Club 25 Bowling Green Science Day 25 Chapel 3, 45 Chem- istry Club 35 Corridor Host 25 District-State Music Contest 3, 45 De- votional Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 FBLA 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 GAA 35 Homeroom Vice President 45 Library Assistant 25 Math Club 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. DEANNA IEAN YATES: December 23, l94U5 Chapel 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Devotional Club 3, 45 Future Teachers lr ,f. .5 Dick Woodward Ruth Wright Sue Young Shari Zinlc 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 2, 45 Operetta Chorus 45 Senior Scholar- ship Club 45 Scholarship Team 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. MARLENE SUE YOUNG: Ianuary 4, l940, Wooster, Ohio5 Blue and Gold Stalt 35 Booster's Club 45 Bowling 45 Chapel 2, 3, 45 lr. Commercial Club 35 Corridor Host 2, 3, 45 FBLA 45 Future Home Makers 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 25 Trojan Staff 4. SHARON IRENE ZINK: November 21, l94l5 Booster's Club 45 Carolers 45 Chapel 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 lr. Commercial Club 35 Future Teachers 45 GAA 45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Operetta Chorus 2, Cast 45 Talent Day 2, 3, 4. Stars of Merit to Additional Senior Achievements National Merit Scholarship Certificates .... .............. K irsten Hunsicker, Fred Beck Philharmonic scholarship and D.A.R. award . . . .......... 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M , W I . ry ' O ' Qgggeffh 2, A 1 ,W A - A- - 1.5 M W . .vm w w f-ark-fMwQ5Q:Q,,g ,.,. 52. 4 rf V ff' -,, V M22-hw-iW,ff 5. ,1-m,.f,1s-fm 1 ,54,,n,Qr,1y,sf sf'f4 g 5 E,f, M awr? '- . , 3 , ,Q '-" "h ':"-' i-'- f N fmay, ' s P? M. 1 1 R 11' .S I 1 59' .sq Q ' , A Q Mk 5 sw ww' ui H ' w i 151' - ff ' A my . A 1 ls 4 f""" ' ,m .X W 0 Q in ,M NN X M-'my M A S. Wmaumu :rf - . I'-:H 'if- rn ' u ,r QMUSIC, ART AND DRAMA A .- 'f fm , Q . ,.v:fff1a -f p, a:.::is::H:n3-:V-E Aww,-Sf Vf'f f ':"?"""'. :-" .. 1 . A Aff. 3. Jew ' ' A A' 6 4. l 4 4 iifiyfiif, ' A,,4 4 'P '9 M .1 w , . A I . ff 0 Q -N if ii' fm Y, A X A 3 in 1. 'f A , 4 ' we Q- iff? R E MARCHING BAND Witli Clifford I-lite ctt the helm, the PHS. rnorching bcrnd this tall tuned ond plcryed its way through another successful foothgll secrson. The one hundred crnd seven piece orgcrnizgtion is well known tor its thrilling music crnd unique tormdtions which highlight the gutumn contests. Straight lines come as cr result oi long hours of practice. 3 Rain, rain, go away. Peanut sale. Sandy on the warpath. A crash of cymbals, u faniare of trumpets, and the Troian musicians embark upon another halt-time presentation. CONCERT BAND The duties of band officers are not liqht ones. Under the capable direction of Max Treier, president, assisted by vice-presi- dent Tom Rectorschek, the band this year participated in a record number of activi- ties. Aleta Schmidt as secretary-treasurer and social chairman Sarah Daymon rounded out the slate of 1957-58 band offi- Cers. Seated left to right: Aleta Schmidt, Sarah Daymon. Standing left to right: Max Treier, Tom Rectorschek. Boasting ninety-nine members, the Findlay High School concert band, on Clifford Hite of the finest organizations of its type, again this yecrr added to its ever-lenqthei ing list of triumphs. A featured attraction at both the midwinter and Sprin music festivals, the concert band, under the baton of Clifford Hite and his assis Clarinets: R. Wolford, l. lnsley, C. Farlee, I. Strauch, B. Howard, M. Firestone, B. Baird, 'N Iones, I. Donaldson, G. Bowman, K. Winkler, P. Spitler, I. Parker, B, Howard, S, Schlenche M. Loveridqe, A. Miley, L. Simpson, B. Schey, S, Weiler, S. Fonstoimaker, I. Newman. Oboe I. Ward, B. Hathaway, D. Maurer. Flutes: B. Hilty, I. Ladeau, C. Brown, M. Porter, l. VVin land, L. Hoff, G. Long, S. Farthinq, S. Marbauqh. Horns: B. Hite, M. Hulbert, P. Shrider, Scothom, M. Frederick, M. Diehrn, C. Cain. Bassoons: N. Briggs, M. Wrassc, Bass Clarinet S. Wyant, C. Wolfe. Alto Clarinet: P, Kiess. Alto Sax: A. Schmidt, P. Bowman, D. Snyder, I-Q Eff. r Ya 2 2 2 E 11 QV: ' f , 'Klip f if if fl is . '52 1. w ,, ". uf A 356 gg M Q,fM ""QrQ sa? bg, gifs ggi Q , , fix Qf,i: g G . K QA - .,, ,N,,f1l,.i Q V Nh , J s P5 L, V, 5 , 3 It i lik? L LL.s,,,L Q' Q Qxxv-' f ff 5 wa- ue f.. f 1 152 ,'C"N5g'g fl . f '7 "f 1 Ya f - f , V -' ' """' f if . A 4 11 L1-A , If M A I J, F"-Q f Q -is ' w 2 f Cf ' 4" X. fp vii A Violins: B. Hits, C. Sorenson, K. Nash, S. Bahlrnan, I. Smith, A. Schmidt, R. Davis, W. Kirkwood, V. Foltz. Flutes: I. Ladeau, C. Brown, L. Hoff. Clarinets: I. Strauch, W. Iones. Horns: P. Shrider, W. Scothorn, M. Frederick. Piano: I. Tuttle. Percussion: D. Hammond, L. Wagner, G. Knepper, B. Folk. Director, Mr. Schumacher. ORCHESTRA ln this day and age, it has become a rare thing to find a school which is able to boast a fine orchestra, ln this respect, Findlay High School is not lacking, for among its rnany fine musical organizations is found a talented and versatile orchestra. The midwinter and spring concerts are a feature of the OLIVER SCHUMACHER Lett to right: I. Ward, D. Oneacre, S. Wyant. Working in collaboration with the of- ficers of the band, this year's orchestra officers, including president Debbie Oneacre, secretary-treasurer Ianet Ward, and social chairman Saundra Wyant, provided the student adminis- tration of the instrumental music de- partment. it V' is r 3? gf I I . Cellos: D. Oneacre, R. Baldwin, G. Stultz, N. Van Fleet. Oboes: I. Ward, B. Hathaway. Clarinet: R. Wolford. Bassoon: N. Briggs, M. Wrasse. Bass Clarinet: S. Wyant. Trumpets: I. Kelley, S. Daymon, I. Gills, K. Huffman. Trombones: I. Miller, D. Dreyer, S. Swackhamer. Tuba: I. Lear. Basses: I. Don- nell, M. Treier, D. Seifriecl. orchestra's busy schedule which also includes a shift to a pit orchestra for its part in the annual operetta. Under the direction of Clifford Hite and Oliver Schumacher, the fifty piece F. H. S. orchestra has risen to a position of suprem- acy in the high school music World. CLIFFORD HITE Left to right: B. Hite, C. Sorenson, D. Oneacre, K. Nash. FHS ENSEMBLE Four members of the orchestra's string section have formed an ensemble which performs throughout the school year under the title of the Findlay Sen- ior High School String Quartet. This chamber music organization, in compe- tition with other student groups in the annual solo and ensemble auditions, has Won superior ratings in the state for the past three years. Q.4 1 9 -I .lg 'Q HJR "' I f'4,i i Pk- ,Wx sv 1 Q A K. .ww Y 3 fi ,, I ii 59" mf -H. Max A fi +1 FIRST ROW: K. Zeissler, I. Fenstermaker, R. Laderman, B. Meyers, L. Angus, A. Buck, L. Baird, M. Morris, E. Lauck, C. Lake, B. Burr, L. Woolley, D. Bookwalter, B. Shade, I. Eberly. SECOND ROW: M. Keller, K. Kirkpatrick, I. Vfeber, N. Phillips, I. Loose, B. Barrett, E. Wrasse, M. Brabson, I. Ede, S. Hullenkremer, C. Cain, B. Tesnow, K. Wolford, I. Bowman, B. Gray, I. Kitchen, S. Urschalitz. THlRD ROW: M. Bowman, L. Massick, P. Lahey, L. Leiter, I. Humphreys, L. Kwis, K. Ewing, P. Conway, K. l-lunsicker, P. Preclmore, I. Beach, K. Bishop, S. Chambers, S. Gibson, M. Odell, I. Bayless, I. Tisdale, S. Bird, K. Cornwell, S. Mason. FOURTH BOW: O. Press ton, B. Blackburn, I. Bacheldor, N. Powell, I. Cummins, D. Gray, M. Briggs, T. Moore, D. Metzker, R. Struble, C. Brady, S. Russell. FlFTH ROW: T. Nash, C. Palmer, M. Bibler, P. Poole, C. Eisel, I. Lear, I. Volkmer, D. Ketner, N. Kathrens, T. Lonyo, I. Routson. SOPHOMORE CHOIR The sophomore choir, boasting seventy members ot the school's youngest class, is a feature ot many chapel programs throughout the year. Under the direction of Donald Ietferies, this group forms the nucleus for an outstanding Fl-LS. choir ot the future. X V g? lgfffm ' I .. I A I Familiar pre-chapel scene W' l ls s.l l . , tl' I I 5 t 'I Q Iohn Ford selects his robe. s y .W 'W L' I .,t. trt i K t Q Y Donald Iefferies ,Aff V I 87 l EISTEDDFOD WINNERS partment compete for hon- ors in the Eisteddfod. This year, as in years past, two or three winners were cho- sen in each of the six vocal classifications, soprano, alto, mezzo soprano, tenor, baritone, and bass. Dr. Russell Lantz of Bluffton College was the adjudica- tor for the event. FIRST ROW: A. Nichols, P. Wagner, N. Lather, P. Welton, D. Oneacre. SECOND ROW: I. Arras, R. Griffin, B. Fleming, B. Ruclisill, L. Rite, l. Donnell, B. Garrison. th ' An organization which is well known not only C H R to Findlay High School but also to the entire com- munity is the FHS choir. Under the direction of W. Oscar Donald lefferies and W. Oscar lones, the ninety voice ensemble Tones has long been an unceasing source of pride to the students and facul- FIRST ROW: Mr. lones, P. Welton, I. Tuttle, N. Lather, B. Hilty, A. Nichols, S. Snyder, S. Brandeberry, R. Cramer, T. Hernandez, l. Traul. SECOND ROW: C. Bennett, B. Baird, I. Poor, G. Halkyard, P. Wagner, C. Sunderman, D. Yates, C. Robinson, K. Cramer, S. Naus, I. Lawrence. THIRD ROW: B. Hite, R. Kistler, C. Yrnmar 'R Ilrvrw-: T flnllfvvn 'T' Vnllftv T XA7:,-!A.-.L.,J,..- TN TN,,,.,.,... T u11....i-...1 ur ng, . vx -rf 1 Y , .. .. ., -.. , . . .... .... ., .. . .. .. .. .. . ., ,. .. ..-...w......,..w... ununi-'r+'i-'fret-VM 'tinia-nm.nf-W ' Each November, mem- bers of the vocal music cle- CAROLERS The choir, unlike many F.H.S. organizations, is not Without its satellites. The Christmas season brings many things to Findlay, among them the "Carol- ers". This group of thirty select voices presents many Yuletide programs in and around Findlay. FIRST ROW: C. Bennett, A. Nichols, I. Tuttle, B. Hilty, C. Wilson, C. Cramer, I. Varner, S. Zink SECOND ROW: P. Welton, I. Pletcher, B. Cramer, I. Stitt, B. Fenberg, P. Wagner, D. One-acre, N Lather. THIRD ROW: W. Salazar, R. Griffin, B. Rudisill, B. Garrison, D. English, I. Ford, I. Arras B. Fleming, I. Donnell. 4 ty ot Findlay High School. The extensive schedule of the choir in- ,ga SN: cludes such performance dates as Weekly chapel services, Christ- Q mas concerts, Spring music festival, and the operetta in March. An integral part of Findlay High School, the vocal music department, I V headed by Supervisor W. O. Iones, again this year equalled and 435 even surpassed the degree ot excellence established in the past. I FIRST ROW: B. Fenberg, B. Tanner, C. Wilson, M. Baker, S. Zink, I. Leatherman, B. Davis, D. Oneacre, S. Iones, S. Higley, I. Inman, Mr. Iefferies. SECOND ROW: B. Cramer, S. Talbott, M. Bean, C. Cramer, P. Bohn, L. Brown, I. Pegg, P. Babcock, A. Donnell, P. torschek, I. Cain, G. Bame, G. Sharp, I. Rockwell, I. Clinger, M Shricler. THTRD ROW: I. Schott, I. Arras, I. Donnell, B. Fleming, R. Shilling, T. Miller, R. Griffin, B. Pruitt, I. Pletcher, M. Ewing, I Varner. FOURTH ROW: K. Heck, B. Scothorn, B. Rudisill, T. Rec Gariepy, M. Enck, L. Stillberqer. M t5 X3'ttWh-t:'iq"t" W" 'H 'Y' FINDLAY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MARCH 20 21 22 RODGERS 'Ir Books. Lvalcs sv OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN ll 800PM Cast and chorus take the stage lor the finale of "South Pacific". Cast members, FRONT ROW left to right: I. Volkmer, M. McMahon, I. Schott, D. English, B. Rudisill, K. Heck, D. Oneacre, I. Donnell, N. Moore, P. Wagner, E. Garrison, N. Phillips, B. Fleming, S. Zink, T. Rectorschek, I, Arras, C. Bennett, I. Martinez. - For three nights, March 20, 2l, 22, an atmosphere of south sea islands per- t,.A meated the auditorium of l:'.l-l.S. as the vocal and instrumental music depart- 4, ments, under the direction of W. Oscar lones, joined forces to bring to the public Rodgers and Hammersteins "South Pacific". It was another hit for Mr. lones , 3 J' 5- ' 'ir if . -. Titii 1.73 K and his assistants, Donald lefferies and Alexander Baluch. Heading the cast were Linnea Wagner as Nellie Forbush and Bill Garrison as Emile de Becque. f i The comedy roles of Bloody Mary and Luther Billis were played by Debbie Oneacre and Iohn Donnell, while the romantic parts of Liat and Lieutenant lo- seph Cable were carried by Sharon Zink and Bill Fleming. ,A full orchestra and chorus, featured in the show, added another success to the long line of F.H.S. productions. . if mt f. fe 'X-1..-Q - 'Fif i -on-,wk 1 Q . ,. , .... - , 'f-. r .- F1 " 7,f,j t T' Oscar Jones Iack Volkmer periorms lor the F.H.S. seabees. Nurses watch as Margie McMahon dances. i ,v 4. Q at s For their annual invasion into the An exciting scene from "All My Sons". Iohn Platt headed the cast of ten which included Bill Fleming, Dick Holmes, Ianice Galbreath, Ianet Clinger, Larry Phillips, Pat Welton, Ken Heck, Ann McGarvey, and Nan- cy Moore. SENIOR PLAY Under the direction of Wilbur Hall, members oi the class of 1958 took to the stage May l6, in this year's sen- ior play, Arthur Miller's "All My Sons". An outstanding performance of this difficult 'production brought credit and acclaim from the appreci- ative audience. 1 J U N R P It's Q picnic for the juniors in "Maudie and the Opposite Sex". A realm of dramatics, this year's junior class presented on November 15, a three-act comedy, "Maudie and the Opposite Sex" by Kristin Sergel. Leading roles in the cast ot fourteen were played by Margie McMahon, Doug Deppen, Barbara I-lite, and Randy Williams. The remainder of the cast included Mary Ann Freder- ick, Gwen Roberts, Bob Doevel, Lin- da Hoff, Iudy Pegg, Iudy Strauch, Betsy Young, Sue Iones, Iohn Schott, and Brroll Browne. Wilbur E. Hall was the faculty director, assisted by Mrs. Kaye Bodabaugh, a student teacher. U ,,1 THESPIANS PRESENT THREE PLAYS Night Scene A touch of drama was tdded to the evening vith "Night Scene". Pic- tired here in a tense sit- lation irom the play are ohn Donnell, lanice Gal- ireath, and lim Weaver. The Strangest Feeling A high spot on the agenda ot the Thespian Society is the presenta- tion oi one-act plays pro- duced by that organiza- tion. Une ot two come- dies, "The Strangest Feeling" included in its cast Bob Sandel, Ioyce Smith, loan Loose, Doug Deppen, and ludy Web- er. Whcxt's Wrong With The Girls? Completing the eve- ning's program was an- other comedy "What's Wrong With the Girls". This scene from the play shows Betsy Gray and lohn Rose in action. Sev- enteen members of the society, under the direc- tion ot club sponsor Wil- bur Hall, participated in this annual venture. 93 ,a""' 'N N f 2 Q , l , , 1 ..1, 0 'uhm W my Saw me '-ifwtvz-,'f,E'f-f-W fffzff f if , fi ?'!!4',1,f fi I My f' In the same way that oceans provide man with a sea of activity for scientific study and progress, thus our clubs and organizations open to the student oceans of areas in which he can im- prove and expand his school and com- munity life. STUDENT COUNCIL ADMINISTERS SCHOOL AFFAIRS SBATED left to right: Sally Frost, Barbara Hite, Betsy Young, Mr. Miller, Carol Wolfe, Barbara Tesrtow, Linda Kwis, lutly loe Cramer, Dennis Smith, Steve Schuck, Hugh Davis, Iohn Weber, Betsy Barrett, Miriam Keller, Bev Shade, Carcl lloclz, Moss, Kay Stoner, Sharon Bond, Paul McBride, Ianice Gal- Cuba Cain, Nancy Phillips, Sharon Farthing, Gary Bauman, breath, Nancy Moore, Carol Armentrout, Connie Cain, Bev Dan Foote, Mike Nolan, Tom Churchwell. Hood, lim Weaver, Marcia Ewing. STANDING left to right: The Student Council is intended, not as an instrument ot student government, but as a means ot exchange ot ideas and a channel ot communication between students, administration and taculty. Among the accomplishments ot the group this year was the super- ' 'ff vision ot the homecoming festivities. During the year the Council spon- sored three talent reviews and a combined show tor the public in April. ln the spring the Student Council cooperated with the local Kiwanis Club in backing the annual Vocational Guidance Clinic. A semi-for- Oiiicers meet with advisers President, Dave Pfeiffer mal, the Spring Stomp, was sponsored by the SC in April tor the enjoyment ot all Pl-lSers. President Dave Pteitter headed the Council this year with the assistance ot Betsy Young, vice presi- dent, Susan l-lullenkremer, secretary, and Iim Wea- ver, sergeant-at-arms. Faculty sponsor of the group is Ralph Miller. SOCIAL COMMITTEE PLANS MAJOR EVENTS SEATED left to right: Ioan I-lalkyard, Charlotte Beltz, Mar- jorie McMahon, Iudy Guilford, Mrs. Wertheim, Rita Corbin, Margaret Smith,-Bonnie Fenberg, Iudy Inman. STANDING left to right: Mr. Hall, Mr. Merrill, Mr. Shelly, Dorene How ard, Sondra Brancleberry, Marcia Ewing, Ieanine Pletcher, "Distinct as the billows, yet one days. Faculty Adviser Mrs. Wertheim Fine leadership and initiative of student volun- teers and faculty members under the supervision of Mrs. Martha Wertheim made the foregoing events successes. These people are to be com- mended for their energetic contributions. US Iohn Schott, Bob Doebel, Steve Schuck, Larry Oman, Dick Saum, Miss Boyer, Mrs. Kirkland, Ken Heck, lim Brann, Dave Pfeiffer, Melvin Hulbert, Bill Fleming, Dick Holmes, Carole Kramer. the sea."-James Montgomery Highlighting the school's social calendar this year were three dances sponsored by the FHS Social Committee. The group launched its lineup of activities with the Harvest Moon Hop in November. Seven- ty-five couples attended the traditional New Year's Eve Dance which was the concluding event of '57 and the climax of the Christmas holi- The highspot of the Valentine season was the crowning of a prom- inent senior couple as king and queen of the annual Valentine Formal in the Elk's Ballroom, the final event presented by the Committee. Snappy decorators at work SENIORS AID UNDERCLASS GIRLS FIRST ROW: M. Firestone, M. Bare, B. Fenberg, P. Welton, I. Rockwell, N. Lather, D. Oneacre, I. Pletcher. SECOND ROW: M. Ewing, B. Burkhart, P. Nolan, A. Schmidt, C. Bachman, B. Hood, A. McGarvey, D. Law. THIRD ROW: I. Stitt, B. Krauss, C. Arrnentrout, A. Nichols, I. Halkyard, I. Clinger, I. Inman, I. Traul. FOURTH ROW: M. Gariepy, I. Galbreath, E. Galloway, M. Boling, O. Massillo, S. Snyder, S. Tis- dale, I. Ward, R. Kistler, B. Howard, C. Inbody, C. Wilson. STANDING: Miss Iohnston, Mrs: Basinger, M. Baker, C. Farlee, I. Leatherman. Each year forty girl who will be fully accrec ited seniors are electet from the upper half of th' junior class to be men bers of the Senior Advis ers Club. High character pleasing personalit3 and good scholastic rec ord are qualities which must be possessed by a girls considered for men bership. The main duties of thi organization are to mak the sophomore girls' ner experience in hig school an easier an more pleasant one, an to assist in the girl: counselors' offices. "Like the wings of sea-birds flash the white caps of the sea."-Longfellow The Red Cross Coun- cil, which consists of one member from each home room, represents the stu- dents of FHS as a small part of the Hancock County Red Cross Chap- ter. Again this year the Council was in charge of filling the Red Cross boxes, which were sent to the needy children overseas. This project was financed by collec- tions from the FHS stu- dent body. Miss Lora Wiest is fac- ulty sponsor of the group: Sheila Snyder and Beth Smith are the representatives to the county chapter. COUNCIL FILLS OVERSEAS BOXES FIRST ROW: I. Payne, I. Snyder, B. Smith, Miss Weist, S. Snyder, S. Higley, G. Halkyard, K. Hunsicke SECOND ROW: P. Winklejohn, S. Weiler, D. Frankhouser, D. I-Iilkert, W. Iones, B. Fenberg, P. Shride C. Lake. THIRD ROW: N. Hartman, N. Raudabaugh, M. Crohen, T. Moore, T. Lahey, G. Taylor, H. Salt lliqnq The corridor hosts pro- vide one of the most val- uable services to Findlay High. The club consists of a group of volunteer students who, during their study periods, are posted at various places throughout the building to welcome all visitors and to assist any other personnel in carrying out daily affairs. The group also plays an important part in helping to protect lock- ers, to prevent loitering in the halls, and to reg- ulate corridor lighting. VISITORS DIRECTED BY STUDENTS FIRST ROW: E. Cooper, I. Smith, B. Fry, S, Cramer, M.Lauck, L. Cantrell, O. Massillo, W. Kerr. SECOND ROW: Mr. Brandenberger, L. Messick, S. Mclklexander, S, Fenstermaker, T. Hills, K. Dillon, D. Thomas, S. Gibson, C. Wolfe, M. Bowman, D. Law. THIRD ROW: N. Busick, K. Huffman, S. Pressnell, L. Gallo- way, C. Linger, I. A. Grubb, L. Remer, K. Reitz, I. Foor, B. Flickinger, N. lnsco. "He goes a great voyage that goes fo the bottom of the sea."-Herbert FIRST ROW: B. Shuck, I. Guilford, vice president, N. Lather, president: I. Luginbuhi, secretary, P. Con- way, treasurer, R. Miller, I. McDuffie, Miss March, S. Stillwell, C. Wagner, M. Brabson, K. Ewing, D. M. Tennant, I. Weber, E. Wrasse, C. Kirkpatrick, C. Robinson, D. Yates. SECOND ROW: B. Gruber, E. Chapa, IN. Knight, C. Woodbury, N. Busic, I. Loose, B. Barrett. The efficiency of the library of Findlay High School is due in consid- erable part to the spirit and effort of the Library Assistants. This organi- zation deserves much credit for faithfully per- forming a valuable ser- vice to the school. The Library Assistants devote their regular study halls and much of their own time to per- forming arduous tasks of shelving books and tak- ing care of circulation and attendance records. The group is under the direction of Miss Bernice March. While the football fans cheer for their favorite team, the concession helpers are busy provid- ing everyone with re- freshment. All helpers are from the Trades De- partment and perform a service which benefits all students. They oper- ate as a non-profit organ- iaztion, and all proceeds are donated to the high school activity fund. The concession helpers have thus been instrumental in bringing good eats and pleasure to the en- tire school. FIRST ROW: B. Fenimore, Mr. Volkmer, D. Decker, L. Rupright, D. Zechman, V. Conley, R. Breitigan, B Lovell, M. McDuffie, D. Walters, D. I-Iigley. SECOND ROW: B. Hadcling, M. Jeffery, D. Darnell, I. Brenner "The oceans a sea of activity, the land retain them never."-Goethe CREW FUNCTIONS BEHIND SCENES FIRST ROW: P. Iliff, D. Saum, R. Romick, C. Fenimore, D. Althaus, N. Roynon. SECOND ROW: R. Miller, Mr. Smith, I. McDuffie, D. Nusbaum, L. Ebersole, A. Ferris, R. Frantz. THIRD ROW: M. Ieffery, B. Lee, C. Karcher, G. Bemiller, T. Pierce Smith, I. Bennett. The Stage Crew is per- haps one of the least ap- plauded organizations in FHS: yet Without it suck productions as the oper- etta, junior, senior, and thespian plays would be impossible. The mem- bers are responsible for such duties as moving scenery and props, pull- ing curtains and operat- ing stage and spot lights lust as important as the people in the spotlights this capable group plays a vital role in all of our school performances. CLUB FURTHERS VISUAL EDUCATION FIRST ROW: W. Breitigam, D. Langstatf, treasurer, I. Cain, I. Roberts, secretary, K. Heck, vice president, L. Phillips, president: Mr. Gonso, M. Laiferty, K. Klopp, B. Smith. SECOND ROW: R. Brown, D. Karsh, I... LaRue, L. Ebersole, D. Martis, D. Steenson, T. Ward, D. Saum, T, Powell, C. Moses, W. Thomas. THIRD ROW: I. Schott, B. Manley, G. Brown, K. Nash, B. Cairns. The Art Club may be accredited with the many fine posters which have adorned the corri- dors of FHS during the year. Members of this club have provided other organizations with color- ful placards and car- toons dramatizing events of importance. Newly formed this year under the guidance ot Miss Lois Iaclcson, the club is open to any stu- dent who is interested in a further study of art and art education. And oceans but join the regions they divide."-Pope It is through the efforts ot the Proiectionists Club that our school is pro- vided with visual educa- tion. With Harry Gonso as faculty sponsor, the members are trained and supervised in the oper- ation and care of equip- ment. The student pro- jectionists are required to give up their study per- iods in order to set up equipment and operate our projectors for the many class programs and various assemblies as they are scheduled. SCHOOL POSTERS MADE BY ART CLUB FIRST ROW: D. Bonham, B. Houck, M. Bowman, L. Kwis, C. Patterson, D. Steenson, G. Sharp, presidentg Miss Iackson. SECOND ROW: R. Rupright, M. Smith, I. Krout, C. Brady, secretary: S. Shuck, vice presi- dent. THIRD ROW: S. Dougherty, B. Wisner, I. Payne, P. Fogarty, S. Sheldon, I. Pugh. FOURTH ROW: R. Woodard, I. Pletcher, S. Hollister. SENIOR TRI-HI-Y NARRATES EASTER SERVICE FIRST ROW: B. Hood, A. Schmidt, C. Bach- man, I. Leatherman. SECOND ROW: P. Wel- ton, A. McGarvey, I. Clinger, I. Rockwell. FIRST ROW: S, Daymon, secretary: I. Traul, chaplain, B. Burk- hart, president: M. Ewing, vice president: C. Farlee, Lynn Brook, treasurer. SECOND ROW: P. Wagner, D. Law, P. Bohn, C. Wilson, C. Hosler, S. Naus, N. Moore, P. Nolan, C. Cramer, B. Davis, S. Bryan, C. Woodbury, K. Montooth, C. Moore. THIRD ROW: K. Cramer, R. Cramer, C. Sunderman, I. Stitt, C. Inbody, I. Inman, B. I-IiItY, I. Halkyard, M. Gariepy, L. Stillberqer, G. Long, P. Knight, D. Howard, I. Varner, N. Lather. FOURTH ROW: I. Carman, C. Bennett, B. Krauss, C. Armentrout, I. Cole, R. Kistler, B. Baird, S. Talbott, I. Ward, S. Wyant, D. Yates, I. Galloreath. Senior girls interested in devoting their efforts toward service and Christian living in the home, school, and community share in the activities of the senior Tri-Hi-Y Club. The officers inducted the sophomore members at an impressive ser- vice in the fall, and later officially inducted a west Toledo Chapter into the Tri-Hi-Y National organization. Social activities included a picnic and roller skating party with the Lima clubs, a slumber party at the YMCA and a foodless ban- quet the proceeds from which were used for World service. FIRST ROW: K. Hun- sicker, M. Firestone, N. Briggs. SECOND ROW: I. Pletcher. SENIOR HI-Y PLANS FELLOWSHIP PICNIC "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and commun- ity high standards of Christ- ian character" - this is the aim and motto of the Hi-Y. This outstanding club pro- motes Christian living on the part of its members in all their relationships with other people. Annually the senior group presents "most valuable player" awards to varsity athletes. This year, the boys conducted the Eas- ter devotional services, par- ticipated in the Youth in Government program, and helped to organize a new Hi-Y at Bluffton. 'I02 FIRST ROW: Mr. Bame, I. Donnell, secretary, H. Saltz, World Service Representativey B. Garrison, vice president, G. Bemiller, president, C. Karcher, treasurerp B. Ruclisill, D. Mitchell, sergeant-at- arms. SECOND ROW: D. Steensen, T. Smith, F. Bandy, M. Hulbert, I. Weaver, I. Lyon, L. Phillips, B. Fleming, I. Arras. THIRD ROW: B. Schultz, T. Miller, I. Platt,'B. Rhoad, N. Hartman, D. Wood- ward, D. Pfeiffer, I. Brann, S. Miller, L. Lovell. FOURTH ROW: D. Stall, L. Ebersole, G. Sharp, L. Niswander, I. Donaldson, T. Rectorschek, M. Treier, D. Holmes, D. Langstaff, R. Brown, I. Widen- hofer. P, JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y PREPARES FOR SERV -- 1-, ICE PROJECT --..f--1, W FIRST ROW: B. Young, C. Brown, I. Pegg, M. Wrasse, L. N. Kirkbride, B. McGee, S. S Hoff, vice presidentp K. Garrison, chaplain: B. Arras, L. Shoemaker, presidentg V. Elsea, M. McMahon, treasurerg A. Donnell, S. Dicke, I. Guilford, M. A. Frederick, I. Luginbuhl, B. Shuck. SECOND ROW: M. L. Beam, K. Winkler, G. Shanklin, S. Shank, L. Brown, B. Steen, S. Frost, I. Neuman, Playing an important part in the social and spiritual life of its members the Iunior Tri-Hi-Y's main objective this year has been the raising of money for World Service Projects. For this cause the group has sold Trojan book covers and par- ticipated in the foodless banquet. I I chwab. THIRD ROW: I. Kelly, V. Foltz, C. Gohlke, I. Russell, S. Higley, P. Bowman, K. S. Hosler, I. Lawrence, B. Thomas, K. Allen, R. Miller. FOURTH ROW: C. Wagner, C. Rhea, B. Hathaway, S. Briggs, P. Babcock, S. Amsler, L. Marvin, M. Phyllis, S. Cramer, S. Pressnell, K. Stoner, S. Iones, G. Halkyard. Programs for the year included a series of dis- Also active in state affairs, the club sent two cussions, movies and talks concerning race rela- representatives to the Youth in Government pro- tions. The Iunior Tri-Hi-Y group was also in charge gram and on to the National Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y Con- of the annual Palm Sunday breakfast. gress at Miami University. SERVICE CREDIT EARNED BY JUNIOR HI-Y FIRST ROW: Bob Doebel, Bob Dimling, chaplaing Iohn Schott, vice presidentg Larry Oman, presi- dent, Paul McBride, secretary: Tom Brumley, treasurerg Gene Byrd. SECOND ROW: Gareth Mor- gan, Dick Saum, Gary Royer, Carl Crabiel, Ioe Cramer, Kent Nash, Mr. Alberti. THIRD ROW: Dave Wiman, Ierry Powell, Ned Raudabaugh, Gary Brown, Douglas Price, Iohn Moss, Paul Evans. The Iunior Hi-Y worked diligently throughout the school year in several differ- ent projects. The boys ran an accurate and successful coat and hat check not only during all the home basketball games, but also for the operetta, music festivals, and other school functions. ln addition to this service, the group sponsored an after-game dance to raise money for its many activities. Larry Oman and Kent Nash represented their Hi-Y as the Youth in Government delegation in Columbus in April. 103 I I 4 SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y DISTRIBUTES EASTER BASKETS MEMBERS: L. Angus, Mrs. Aukerman, B. Barrett, presidenty L. Beppler, B. Bikle, M. Bowman, M. Brabson, P. Conway, S. Cramer, I. Creighton, A. Croy, M. I. Diehm, B. Eaton, K. Ewing, S. Fenstemaker, B. Polk, C Gillespie, B. Gray, C. Heck, I. Humphreys, K. Hunsicker, K. Kirkpatrick, C. Lake, L. Leiter, I. Loose, C Malcolm, treasurer, N. Martin, M. Magoon, A. Miley, I. Moore, vice president, I. Neuman, C. Patterson, P. Predmore, K. Reitz, M. Roeber, I. Saul, B. Shade, L. Simpson, secretary, S. Srodes, S. Stevenson, C. Strite S. Swackhamer. I. Weber, chaplainp B. Weitz, I. Wi nkler, B. Wisner. Members ot the sophc more Tri-Hi-Y club hat many opportunities to de velop leadership and ci izenship and to serve th' school and communit' this year. The club conf bined pleasure with sei vice by coloring Easte eggs at a party and filf ing Easter baskets whicl were donated to tht County Childrens Home Other activities were c candy sale and a splasl party in the winter, ani a dance, the Sophomort Swing, tor the entire Soplf omore class in May. SOPHCMORE HI-Y PROMOTES QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP FIRST ROW: L. Hershey, R. Bish, chaplain: D. Patterson, B. Decker, L. Engard, secretaryp N. Hamp shire, I. Errett. SECOND ROW: Mr. Miles, I. Bachelder, D. Gray, D. Foote, presidentg D. Daymon, C Eisel, T. Woodward, vice president: R. Hosler, T. Collins, R. Spitler. The Hi-Y clubs are de- voted to the purpose of developing high-minded ideals and leadership qualities among the stu- dents. The sophomore club gave practical appli- cation to the Hi-Y purpose through a series ot bi- weekly meetings involv- ing topics of religious and spiritual interest. Again this year the Sophomore Hi-Y partici- pated in the Youth and Government program at Columbus by sending two members as delegates. DEVOTIONS CREATE RELIGIOUS ATTITUDES The Devotional Club gives its members an op- Jortunity to share Christ- , , g, an experiences with one ELI, mother, and provides spiritual guidance and nspiration to each youth. Discussions of this group xre based on problems Jr questions that concern fouth of high school age. , This year the Devotion- dl Club served the com- nunity by giving wor- ship services at several :hurches. Each morning he club members con- iuct morning devotions Jver the public address system for the benefit of he student body. FIRST ROW: D. Bonham, E, Cooper, M. Keller, secretary, S. Wyant, president, E. Wittenmyer, vice presi- dentg R. Wright, D. Yates. SECOND ROW: M. Canterbury, N. Blackford, R. Davis, I. Humphreys, T. Hills, B. Shaffer, I. Barger, E. Wolery. THIRD ROW: L. Miller, B. Peart, R. Cataline, D. Clark, B. Gault, S. Fenstermaker, S. Sparrowe, M. Bibler, Mr. Lentz, R. Clark. "Let him who knows nof how fo pray go fo sea."--John Ray FNA STUDIES MEDICAL AND SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IRST ROW: M. E. Campbell, S. Holden, S. Bryan, N. Briggs, K. Winkler, M. Wrasse, M. L. Beam, W. Kerr Williamson, K. Harlett, S. Bond, B. Arras, P. O'Brein, P. Wagner, I. Kuhlman. SECOND ROW: M. Pahl, . Powman, B. Hathaway, L. Brown, C. Illiff, S. Stevenson, D. Howard, S. Tisdale, S. Simon, L. Beppler, . Frankhouser, C. Bennett, P. Knight. THIRD ROIN: K. Huffman, I. Snyder, I. Kelly, S. Presnell, . Tesnow, M. Boling, P. Bohn, B. Eaton, S. Weiler, S. Dougherty, B. Schey. FOURTH ROW: K. S. Hosler . Gray, L. Baird, K. Hunsicker, I. Weber, D. Maurer, C. Heck, S. Baker, C. Cain, P. Conway, S. Hullen remer, C. Walker, E. Wolery, D. Sausser, T. Carmen. STANDING: S. Higley, treasurer, I. Alge, secretary, . Snyder, vice president, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Phillips, M, Fleck, R. Arend, C. Wagner. f The Future Nurses of America club benefits its members, who are inter- ested in joining a field of nursing after graduation, by giving them a better view of the profession and related fields, a guide to the selection of schools, and information on entrance tests. By visiting hospitals and hearing speakers from different phases of medicine the prospective nurse can discover whether-or not this occu- pation is for her, can gain interest in the nurs- ing-college system, and can gather information on requirements for scholarship qualification. 105 SCIENCE CLUB PROMOTES IGY FIRST ROW: D. Dirnlinq, B. Doebel, I. Donaldson, D. Pfeiffer, secretary, D. English, P. McBride, N. Raudabaugh, B. Garrison, Mr. Burkhart. SECOND ROW: M. Hulbert, S. Miller, K. Davis, S. Shuck, T. Pierce Smith, D. Deppen, F. Bandy, I. Brann, I. Weaver, I. Lyon, T. Rectorschek, I. Donnell, presi- dent, D. Feck, vice president. Through classroom demonstration, research, field trips, and movies the Science Club during the past year has proved to be instrumental in encouraging interest in the further study of math and science in connection with the lnternational Geophysical Year. Each member gives a demonstration or explains Experiment with cathode glow TN Q 106 a project at one of the bi-weekly meetings. Highlighting the schedule of the club activities was a Weekend trip to Chicago. During the excur- sion club members visited such educational places as the Museum ot Natural History, Museum of Science and lndustry, Adler Planetarium, and the Shedd Aquarium. STUDENTS DELVE INTO LAB RESEARCH FIRST ROW: C. Cobb, M. L. Beam, I. Roberts, I. Cain. SE COND ROW: V. Elsea, N. Kirkbride, G. Roberts, C. Cramer, B. Shuck. THIRD ROW: C. Wagner, C. Davis, C. Brown, B. Doebel, R. Corbin, T. Brumley, C. Sorenson. FOURTH ROW: D. Wiman, D. Arras, K. Davis, P. McBride, I. Crame r, D. Kinn, H. Davis, B. Dimling, G. Brown. STANDING: B. Felch, P. Evans, S. Iones, G. Halkyard, D. Deppen, B. Kirk wood, I. Smith, Mr. Lawrence, K. Nash, vice president: M. Ewing, secretary: I. Child, treasurerg I. Platt, president. Students with special interests in chemistry may belong to the Chemistry Club in order to exercise these interests by research and demonstrations. During the year each member is encouraged to present a program or demonstration to the club. This activity affords an experience the student needs and cannot obtain in his regular class pro- cedure, and many times has created a special in- terest which has developed into a major project. Rounding out the educational program of the Chemistry Club this year were speakers from the Ohio Oil Co. and the Cooper Tire Co. who pre- sented very instructive lectures and demonstra- tions. MEMBERS CARRY ON FIELD TRIP OBSERVATIONS The Students of Science Club was established for the purpose of providing biological data for all students interested in biology whether enrolled or not. Through reports on biology projects, special speakers, and field trips the members may increase their knowledge, perfect their skills, and under- stand the importance of science in their lives. Speakers from the Hancock County Agriculture De- partment and the Ohio Oil Company presided at two meetings. This year the SOS club adopted new policies under the leadership of a new sponsor, Miss Kar- lyn Iohnston. FIRST ROW: L. Lunn, L. Cheery, M. Briggs, B. Spanogle, B. Decker, B. Sandel, I. Rose, B. Traul. SECOND ROW: P. Kiess, N. Phillips, C. Heck, B. Folk, I. Fenstermaker, S. Farthing. THIRD ROW: Miss Iohnston, S. Dicke, B. Young, P. Conway, K. Hunsicker, I. Smith, I. Humphreys, K. Ewing, I. Tisdale, B. Tesnow, K. McGowan, P. Palmer, L. Leiter, L. Parker, B. Odell, A. Griffin, S. Swakhamer, G. Ulrich, N. Van Fleet, I. Stein, S. McVay. FOURTH ROW: L. Remer, I. Pugh, K. Moorehead, M. Brabson, E. Wrasse, S. Conrad, B. Weitz. 0-W' "ls 7 One of Findlay I-ligh's newest organizations, the Future Engineers Club, is composed ot stu- dents interested in sci- ence and math courses that lead the way toward some branch of the en- gineering profession. The primary purpose of the FE Club is to stimulate interest in engineering among capable students and to acquaint them better with various phases of the vocation. Other group objectives are to encourage good scholarship and to devel- op initiative, enthusiasm and interest in projects related to engineering. Programs this year have included speakers, movies, and tours of lo- cal industrial plants un- der the supervision of Mr. Armbruster from the Ohio Power Co. as ad- viser to the group. FEA PLANS VISIT TO LOCAL INDUSTRY Left to right: L. Fish, president: Torn Pierce Smith, vice presidentg G. Bowman, treasurer, B. Blackbur C. Palmer, G. Baker, I. Kerr, S. Pifer, T. Moore, N. Van Fleet, D. Irons, P. Perrott, P. Poole, D. English, "He who commands the sea has command of everything."-Themisfocles NATURALISTS EXAMINE PISTILS AND STAMENS FIRST ROW: A. Nichols, vice president, I. Traul, presidentg I. Varner, secretary, M. Ewing, treasurerg Mr. Phillips, Wava Kerr, Wenda Kerr, C. lnbody, P. Knight, B. Krauss, S. Schuck. SECOND HOW: B. Williams, P. McBride, S. Tisdale, B. Burkhart, I. Snyder, B. I-lilty, E. Hernandez, A. Donnell, M. A. Fred- erick, V. Elsea. Students interested i wildlife and nature stud may belong to the Natu alists Club. ln order t qualify for membershi the student must met one of two requirement receive a rating of supe ior or excellent on a bic ogy project at the Bow ling Green Science Da or become a member I the biology scholarshi team. By means of field trip book reports, demonstrt tions, and project repor this club fosters additio: al study of biology. Als each year the "natu1 1overs" sponsor the cc onation ball after tl' homecoming game. f N 'W'-in--f-... .. MATH CLUB LEARNS SHORTCUTS , ,iw HKU mn LIMIT FIRST ROW: I. Donnell, president: M. Crohen, I. Brann, K. Davis, B. Felch, I. Lyon, C. Lane, N. Rauda- oaugh, B. Rudisill, vice president: B. Dimling, M. A. Frederick, B. Doebel, A. Donnell, L. Brook, secre- tary, T. Brumley, G. Halkyard, I. Powell, I. A. Cobb, G. Brown, I.,Strauch, R. Corbin, C. Cobb, C. Brown, D. Deppen, M. Fleck, secretaryg D. Steenson, Mr. Yawberg, T. Pierce Smith, G. Bemiller, F. Bandy. The Sophomore Math Ilub is designed to pro- riote interest in mathe- matics to serve as an in- lentive to further study 1 that field, and to im- uart a knowledge of math in its relation to sci- ince. Chess, slide rules, nagic squares, symmet- y, number systems, log- :, and fast calculations :re examples of topics vhich are considered at he club's bi-weekly neetings. "They scorn fhe strand who sail upon the sea."-Thoreau Students interested in additional study of the field of mathematics may share in the activities of the Math Club. Demon- strations of calculations and shortcut computa- tions comprise most of their programs. This year the Science Club invited the Math Club to join them on a trip to Chicago where they saw many points of interest. As a conclusion to this year's activities a banquet and dance pro- gram was held in May for the members and their dates. For the first time Mr. Howard Yawberg served as faculty sponsor to the club. SOPHOMORES APPLY MATH TO SCIENCE FIRST ROW? N. Van Fleet, K. Dillon, L. Remer, M. B rigqs, B. Sandel, president: T. Churchwell, Mr. Repp, I. Rose. SECOND ROW: B. Blackburn, R. Snyder, M. Whitacre, I. Volkmer, treasurer: S. Urschalitz, R. Davis, T. Moore, B. Rogers, I. Smith, vice president, I. Saul, secretary. VIC STIMULATES INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION FIRST ROW: I. Bisbee, secretary, F. Walters, vice pr esidentg R, Ernst. SECOND ROW: I. Brenner, secre- tary, L, LaRue, I. Fagan, president, Mr. Huffman, L. Rose, R. Custard. THIRD ROW: B. Groves, B. Feni- more, L. Matheny, D. Higley, T. Lynch, D. Stall, R. To ng, B. Hadding, G. Sites, D. Karsh, D. Brooker. CLUB Honor came to the Iunior Vocational Indus- trial Club when the na- tional organization pre- sented it with the bronze Award of Merit for the club's work during the past year. Three club members also received Silver Awards for their projects which were en- tered in state competi- tion. Active in state affairs, club members attended several VIC conventions including two state con- claves and one district meeting. 110 To stimulate interest in modern day industrial methods is the main ob- jective of the Vocational Industrial Club. The club membership is open to senior boys enrolled in courses in the Trades and Industries Depart- ment. Highlighting the or- ganizations program this year was a field trip to the Buick plant in Flint, Michigan. Other activi- ties included a scrap drive, a sports night, and a Christmas party at the County Children's Home. RECEIVES BRONZE AWARD OF MERIT FIRST ROW: R. Bretigan, R. Businger, L. Rupright, D. Althaus, B. Haley, D. Edington. SECOND RON M. Ieffery, P. Iliff, B. Trurnpy, R. Baney, L. Smith, B. Lovell, M. McDuffie, D. Stump, B. Wooley, Mr. Lent B. Searles, N. Roynon, F. Miles, D. Nusbaum, R. Colburn, Mr. Stewart, T. Ward, D. Strite, D. Zechman Snyder, D. Angus, treasurer: S. Kelley, secretary, C. Fenimore, I. Andrus, vice president, D. George. FBLA RECEIVES NATIONAL CHARTER Highlighting the Future usiness Leaders of merica's slate of activi- es this year was the in- stallation service and re- ceipt of charter from the ational organization in pril. In previous years his club had been nown as the Senior ommercial Club. At the regular meet- ngs members heard guest speakers on sub- ects related to the busi- iess field, studied parlia- nentary procedure and Ether phases of business, nd worked on various roiects, all planned to roduce more and better usiness leaders. Miss Rosa Hudnell Ind Mrs. Arline Kirkland Ere the co-sponsors of the lub. FBLA officers and sponsors FIRST ROW: I. Ward, G. Baker, M. Baker, S Brandeberry, L. Cantrell, B. Cramer, C. Cramer I. Inman, secretaryy S. Snyder, vice president: M. Firestone, president, C. Farlee, treasurer, M. Bare, reporter, K. Cramer, R. Cramer, L Depuy, D. Dougherty, M. A. Fleck, I. Foor, D Hiqley. SECOND ROW: Miss Hudnell, Mrs Kirkland, B. Baird, W. Hills, C. Hosler, B Krauss, M. Lauck, L. Lieb, K. Montooth, C Moore, N. Moore, C. Sunderman, S. Talbott, P. Thomas, C. Wilson, C. Woodbury, S. Wyant, S. Young. President receives national charter .IUNIOR TRAINEES FOR SENIOR CLUB AFFILIATION FIRST ROW: I. Hilty, Mrs. Kirkland, Miss Fassett, P. Babcock, S. Briggs, S. Pressnell, A. Tesnow, S. imon, D. Thayer, B. Buck, E. Chapa. SECOND ROW: G. Smith, L. Collins, N. Busick, K. McAlexander, K. ' ' - - Eluffrnan, C. Gohlke, I. Russell, G. Goodart, D. Gran, I. Benton, I. Fletcher, K. Allen, I. Williamson Zcmon for Junlors Whlch M. Fleck, R. Are-nd, D. Buck, F. Orwick. THIRD ROW: B. Thomas, M. Phillis, L. Krauss, C. Walker, S McKinnis, C. Campbell, R. Srnygelski, D. Snyder, L. Tyree, S. Cramer, I. Pilcher, S. Amsler, L. Marvin, G. Roberts, M. Porter, L. Brown, B. Steen, L. Gedeon. FOURTH ROW: S. Cramer, L. Scott, S. Schwab, S. Sites, B. Tanner, M. Smith, I. Alesch, M. Meagley, R. Miller, I. A. Parker, I. Nesler, M. Smith, N. Thornas, R. A. Householder. To provide an organi- f will prepare them for membership in the F. B. L. A. in their senior year is the aim of the Iunior Commercial Club. This organization teaches its members skills which are indispensable to the of- fice Worker besides the mechanics of office Work. Some of these skills are initiative, etiquette, con- scientiousness, and a knowledge of parliamen- tary procedure. Officers for the year were A. Tesnow, presi- dentp S. Pressnell, vice president: S. Simon, sec- retary: P. Babcock, treas- urer. 1'I'I DECA TRAINS FUTURE SALES PEOPLE I. gem I-ag, 4 .5 . NP. FIRST ROW: K. McKitrick, D. Robinson, I. Saums, C. Thomas, P. Cole, Mr. Taylor. SECOND ROW: D. Holmes, president, I. Bower, treasurery B. Wolery, K. Smith, secretary: D. Law, vice presidentg C. Arras, historian. THIRD ROW: F. Smith, C. Beckwith, I. Silvers, S. Shrider, C. Porter, I. Van Sant, B. Wise, I. Leathers, P. Douglas. Upon entering into the Distributive Education course, a student automatically becomes a mem- ber of the D. E. Club, whose purpose it is to pro- mote extra-curricular activities and interests in the business field. The club also gives the student supervised training in various fields of work in- cluding daily practice in selling. Members of the club attended the North West District convention at Bowling Green, Ohio, and the State Convention at Dayton. Several honors and awards were bestowed upon members at these events. As a service project, the club pro- vided Christmas gifts and food for a needy family. FHA STIMULATES HOMEMAKING ARTS MEMBERS: I. Bisbee, I. Carmen, N. Coldren, secretaryg E. Cooper, K. Finerd, T. Hills, P. Houck, N. ln- sco S. Iliff, K. lsh, I. Kitchen, I. Krout, E. Lauck, M. Leader, K. McAlexander, C. McDill, K. McRill, N. Mar- tin H. Miles, D. Moss, L. Myers, S. Pepple, M. Rinehamnier, B. Ritter, E. Royer, I. Ruehle, treasurerg S. Shank, presidentp G. Shanklin, D. Shaw, L. Ward, D. Williams, D. Wise, vice president: L. Zink. 'fl home management. vice for new members Future Homemakers c America, under the spon sorship of Miss Betty Ea ton, is an organizatio devoted to the teachinc of homemaking princi ples. The club offers a opportunity for each gi to develop her ability tc become a better home maker through practico experience in cooking sewing, budgeting, anc This year club mem bers attended a bi-coun ty meeting of FHA anc held an installation ser BOOSTERS STRENGTHEN SCHOOL SPIRIT xi CHEERLEADERS: I. Traul, S. Zink, A. McGarvey, L. Stillberger, N. Briggs, I. Varner. FIRST ROW: C. Beltz, I. Rockwell, B. Krauss, C. Bennett, D. Howard, W. Kerr, I. lnsley, G. Baker, B. Fenberg, M. A. Enck, S. Brandeberry, S. Naus, K. Montooth, S. Young, C. Woodbury, I. Ward, S. Holden, M. A. Fleck, M. E. Campbell, P. Welton, C. Bachman. SECOND ROW: B. Burkhart, I. Pletcher, P. Knight, I. Foor, B. Baird, B. Howard, I. Kuhlman, M. Gariepy, I. Halkyard, I. Inman, S. Bryan, D. Dougherty, L. Promoting good sportsmanship and co-opera- tion among our own and visiting schools is the main purpose of the Booster Club. During the football season the boosters were equipped with blue and gold pom-poms. For the homecoming Shumacher, L. Cantrell, P. Bohn, M. Boling, I. Clinger, I. Leatherman. THIRD ROW: C. Wagner, C. Brown, S. Dicke, I. Strauch, B. Shuck, P. Winklejohn, I. Luginbuhl, D. Prussing, I. Krout, M. Pahl, G. Halkyard, S. Simon, G. Smith, D. Wilson, P. Fogarty. FOURTH ROW: M. A. Frederick, N. Kirkbride, K. Winkler, K. Allen, C. Rhea, M. Meagley, I. Nesler, S. Schwab, B. Tanner, S. Sites, C. Wolfe, B. Meyer, B. Gray, N. Morris, R. Laderman, B. Wisner, D. Frankhouser, I. Fenstermaker. game the group formed a colorful card section. With the coming of basketball season the girls donned blue and gold gloves to follow the actions of the cheerleaders who skillfully led them in many stunts. MEMBERS LEARN WOODWORKING SKILLS The Industrial Arts Ilub was organized this 'ear with several worth- rhile objectives in mind. 'he club stimulates inter- st in the field of indus- 'y, enables members to fcquaint themselves fith the broad industrial evelopment around iem and with those peo- lle who are actively en- 'aged in the field. It also ncourages good work- nanship and helps the tudent to discover and appraise his own abili- .es. Sixteen students be- ame charter members, r constitution and by- aws were established md programs included movies, industrial speak- rrs, electronics demon- trations and field trips. FIRST ROW: D. Fisher, secretary, R. Frantz, treasurer, C. Karcher, president, D. Kramer, I. Martinez vice president: W. Bretigam, Mr. Bartlett, L. Beck. SECOND ROW: I. Deter, L. Ebersole, D. Abell, S. Harris M. Pegg, P. Spoon, I. Campbell, M. Barnes, P. Harley, H. Ritter, L. Rite, B. Karn. THESPIANS t p"'0""f?t Q? 441 A m. , ,X.N 3 l W. E. Hull in action .E . i E i ,i , I FIRST ROW: M. A. Frederick, I. Strauch, M. A. Enck, B. Fenloe B. Young, S. Iones, B. Arras. SECOND ROW: I. Weaver, Fleming, secretary, D. English, T. Rectorschek, G. Roberts, Welton, D. Deppen. Me e pians is a reward 1 work done previously dramatics. Points a awarded to the prospe tive member for parti pating in plays, doii Work on make-up co: mittees, ushering, an assisting with mbership in Th progrc management. Again this year the Thespians society was directed by W. E. Hall, who has led the club since it wa 1941. s chartered in urr B Barrett . B . - . 7 ' 7 I. Halkyard, corresponding secretaryg B. Sandel. SECOND ROW: K. Kirkpatrick, I. Weber, M. Brabson, I. Platt, B. Shade, I. Fenstermaker, A. McGarvey, I. Leatherman, I. Rockwell. FIRST ROW: Mr, Hall, I. Clinger, N. Moore, I. Galbreath, I. Inman, S. Snyder, K. Hunsiclcer. SECOND ROW: B. Garrison, presidenty I. Rose, I. Pletcher, M. Ewing, B. Rudisill, L. Krabill, I. Volkmer. A number of these qualified Thespians ful- filled the club's motto, "Act Well your part, therein all the honor lies," when they present- ed three one-act plays in February. Dramatists from all three classes displayed their talent in "Night Scene," "What's Wrong With the Girls?", and "The Strangest Feel- ing." Other than creating an intelligent and more ac- tive interest in high school dramatics this year, the club also con- tributed to the progress of education by present- ing a hi-fi set to the school. 'I15 SENIORS FIRST ROW: O. Massillo, C. Cramer, S. Brandeberry, S. Zink, I. Varner, I. Rockwell, P. Bohn, vice president, M. Ewing, president, S. Bryan, I. Pletcher, S. Young, N. Moore. SECOND ROW: P. Welton, C. Beltz, N. Briggs, N. Lather, P. O'Brien, I. Carman, S. Naus, L. Brook, N. lnsco, I. Petrie, P. Knight, B. Krauss, R. Cramer, B. Pruitt, I. Clinger, Mrs. Aukerman. The purpose of the GAA club is to aid its members in helping them more tully practice and en- joy sports and sportsmanship. All prospective members must pass a test of basic athletic skills completely and must pass a turther test to receive an award or to qualify to Give 'em rope Who's on first THIRD BOW: B. Fenberg, C. Bachman, I. Leatherman, I. Galbreath, P. Nolan, W. Iones, L. Stillberger, M. A. Enck, I. Halkyard, B. Burkhart, M. Gariepy, A. McGarvey, I. Mce Duffie, L. Lieb, T. Hernandez, S. Holden, M. A. Fleck, G. Laudenslager. run tor an office. The Girl's Athletic Association is open to all girls interested in sports. All members are in- vited to form teams and participate in an intra- mural program of volley ball and basketball which is scheduled after and before school on Mondays and Fridays. Toe iam You're sho! JUNIORS 0 U FIRST ROW: G. Smith, I. Strauch, P. Shrider, C. Kramer, G. Roberts, B. Arras, A. Sacks, V. Elsea, L. Shoemaker, V. Foltz, I. Krout, SECOND ROW: L. Higley, C. Sorenson, K. Stoner, S. Iones, S. Bond, M. Pahl, M. Fleck, R. Arend, S. Simon, I. Alge, S. Dicke, I. Pegg, I. Guilford, I. Luginbuhl, A. Donnell, N. Kirkbride, L. Elsea, K. McRill. THIRD ROW: K. Finerd, I. Eisenbach, K. Allen, S. Higley, D. Thayer, D. Thomas, S. Heading the GAA's program this year was a candy sale, the proceeds from which will be used to purchase much-needed gym equipment. As in the past the club again sponsored the annual SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW: L. Beppler, D. Fisher, S. Axline, M. Bowman, I. Creighton, S. Russell, C. Wolfe, C. Gillespie, I. Neuman, C. Salisbury. SECOND ROW: E. Wrasse, E. Chapa, L. Thomas, S. Weiler, L. Angus, I. Moore, I. Weising, B. Shade, B. Struble, S. Wilkinson, D. Frankhauser, S. Dougherty, I. Payne, S. Struble. THIRD ROW: B. Orwick, C. Malcom, S. Farthing, I. Ede, B. Barrett, I. Orwick, R. Neely. THIRD ROW: Pressnell, C. Walker, C. Campbell, M. Phillis, S. Cramer, M. I. Dorman, S. Beck, K. McAIexander, B. Hathaway, S. McKinnis, L. Krauss, R. Miller, I. Nesler, S. Schwab, M. Leader. FOURTH ROW: N. Thomas, I. Russell, M. Meagley, M. Crossan, P. Babcock, C. Davis, S. Amsler, S. Briggs, S. Sites, B. Tanner, M. Smith, I. Goodard, L. Hoff, B. McGee, S. Schwab, D. Prussing, M. L. Leckey, H. Miles, D. Shaw. Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, which was planned by senior members of the organization. A Fare- well to Seniors banquet was sponsored by the junior and sophomore members. C. Patterson, M. Magoon, B. Weitz, S. Schlencher, S. Galem, C. Heck, P. Conway, D. Tucker, I. Harold, S. Chambers, I. Bowman. FOURTH ROW: P. Keiss, B. Folk, B. Bikle, S. Hullenkremer, B. Eaton, A. Croy, M. Treece, G. Wagner, A. Buck, M. Morris, R. Laderman, B. Wisner, P. Fogarty, D. Wilson, I. Smith, B. Smith, I. Saul, L. Messick, B. Meyer, B. Gray. 7 FTA HELPS MEET GROWING NEED t . All students who are considering education as their future profession are welcomed to membership in the Future Teachers of America Club. Its two-fold aim is to increase the number of students who will ultimately choose teaching as their career, and to improve by selectivity and guid- ance the quality of the prospective teacher. This year the club operated on a point system in which the members could earn merits for grading papers, observing classroom techniques at local schools, taking over classes in emergencies and attending to other teaching responsibilities. Definitely an "exploratory" club, the FTA helps students to decide be- fore they enter college whether they really want to teach, and whether they have the major qualifications to enter this profession. FIRST ROW: S. Swack- hamer, L. Gecleon, I. Stein, B. Young, V. Elsea, C. Davis, M. Crossan, B. Hite, C. Rhea, I. Pegg, I. Guilford, G. Roberts, S. Schwab, M. Nickas, B. McGee, B. Bryan, D. Gran. SECOND ROW: B. Burr, I. Lawrence, B. Shuck, P. Winklejohn, S. Young, I. Eisenbach, M. Phillis, B. Folk, I. Humphreys, I. Ladeau, P. Spitler, V. Foltz, L. Messick, A. Sacks. THIRD ROW: B. Grey, I. Winkler, B. Flickinger, G. Doyen, B. Tanner, C. Lin- ger, B. Shade, S. Wilkin- son, S. Gale, B. Bikle, S. Schlencher, I. Ecle, S. Farthing, B. Wisner, M. Keller, G. Brown, I. Gilts, R. Shilling. FOURTH ROW: M. Brabson, I. Schey, B. Barrett, M. Ma- goon, C. Malcolm, A. Buck, B. Gault, B. Weitz, I. N. Lather, president, Miss Iohn- ston, B. Young, treasurer, I. Galbreath, vice presidentg V SOPHOMORES Elsea, secretary. I Weber E Wrasse C. Wolfe L Simpson P. Kress, C. Brady, S. Conrad, K. Kirk atrick. YXZ, ' Loose, B. Smith, S. Pepple, . SENIORS FIRST ROW: I. Galbreath, N. Lather, I. Inman, M. A. Enck, K. Hunsicker, D. Yates, B. Fenberq, I. Pletcher, S. Tisdale, I. Stitt, M. A. Fleck. SECOND ROW: B. Hilty, P. Welton, I. Leatherman, B. Hood, I. Varner, I. Rockwell, M. E. Campbell, E. Galloway. THIRD ROW: B. Howard, S. Wyant, S. Daymon, A. Mc Garvey, C. Woodbury. FOURTH ROW: G. Long, I. Halkyard, I. Clinger, W. Iones, M. Gariepy, G. Sharp, M. Wendell. Q SENIORS PREPARE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION VIEMBERS: B. Fenberg, I. Clinger, A. McGarvey, S. Daymon, L. D. Pfeiffer, B. Rudisill, I. Weaver, I. Brann, B. Garrison, T. Susko, Brook, W. Iones, P. Nolan, I, Pletcher, P. Welton, B. Hood, C. L. Stone, I. Widenhofer, B. Stough, I. Arras, F. Beck, A. Ferris, Bennett, C. Woodbury, I. lnsley, A. Nichols, I. Kuhlman, B. Howard, G. Bemiller, D. Peck, Mr. Burkhart, T. Alge, T. Paul Smith, T. . Poor, C. Armentrout, B. Krauss, P. Wagner, N. Lather, A. Schmidt, Rectorschek, B. Bhoad, D, English, D. Woodward, I. Mains, M. . Varner, P. Knight, D. Yates, I. Traul, M. Ewing, M. Gariepy, Wendell, I. Wilfong, I. Lyon, B. Fleming, T. Pierce Smith, I. . Halkyard, B. Burkhart, I. Galbreath, S. Tisdale, W. Kerr, C. Donaldson, M. Trier, I. King. tnbody, I. Platt, S. Bryan, I. Stitt, D. Sausser, N. Briggs, I. Donnell, The Senior Scholarship Club is one of the largest and perhaps , most worthwhile organizations in Fl-lS. lts purpose is to better orepare its members for entrance into college. , The prospective college students are instructed about scholar- ships, college choice, application, and the College Entrance Exam- ination Board. Mr. Charles Burkhart, faculty adviser, also gives lstudents individual advice about college life and problems, I This year all senior scholarship members took a general schol- arship test, the scores from which were sent to colleges designated by the participants. Ranked in top IDM of state DISTRICT STATE SCHOLARSHIP TEAMS Science SEATED: Fred Beck, Phys ics, Iohn Donnell, Physics. STANDING: Ioyce Smith Biology, Nancy Van Fleet, Biology, Mary Odell, Biol ogy, Ierry Smiih, Chemis try, Doug Deppen, Chem istryy Io Ann Cobb, Chem- isiry. 2,45 Language SEATED: Elida Chap Spanish ll, Deb Oneac French ll, Ann Donna French I, Sally Dicl French l. STANDING: Be Smith, Latin ll: Linda M1 sick, Laiin ll, Pai Conwc Latin III Carol lnboc Spanish ll, I-Iortenc Silva, Spanish Hp Par Salazar, Spanish lg Mr gariia, Orozco, Spanish Eva Hernandez, Spanish Sally Frost, French l. English SEATED: Phillis Knigl English 127 Virgin Green, English 12. STAN ING: Marsha Dyer, En lish ll, Nancy Blackfor English ll, Betsy Bu English lUg Carlene Brad English lOy Gaye Doye English ll. TIDES OF EFFORT MAKE CHAMPIONS Mathematics SEATED: Kathy Dillon, Bookkeeping I, Sharon McAlexander, Bookkeep- ing I, lean Saul, Plane Geometry, Sharon McVay, Plane Geometry. STAND- ING: Iohn Rose, Plane Geometry, Iudy Strauch, Algebra ll, Roger Bald- win, Algebra ll, William Felch, Algebra II. Alternates SEATED: Linda Remer, Latin II, Carol Brown, English ll, Rita Corbin, Chemistry, Betsy Gray, Biology, Carol Davis, American History, Sheila Snyder, English 12, Dean- na Yates, Spanish II, Tom Alge, Physics, Don Ketner, Bookkeeping I, Paul Spoon, Plane Geometry, Bob Garcia, Spanish I, lim Cummins, English IO, Lawrence Raughley, World History, Kirsten Hunsicker, Social Prob- lems. sw, ,aw ,Ugg al nf A In I 6 ii itil' It 'tiff F S inf M it-fssf get it Social Studies SEATED: Hugh Davis, American History, Iim Childs, .American History, Sally Tisdale, Social Prob- lems, Ken Davis, Ameri- can History. STANDING: Karen Weitz, World His- tory, Lucius Stone, Social Problems, Iames King, Social Problems, Mike Briggs, World History. BLUE AND GOLD For the past four years, the "Blue and Gold" staff has brought honor to its group and to Findlay High School by achieving a Medalist rating in the Colum- bia Scholastic Press Association's nationwide contest. Achieving this highest honor awarded by the CSPA, the "Blue and Gold" was the only newspaper in its category in the state of Ohio to receive it this year. The FHS newspaper gives efficient and timely coverage to all school events -sports, dances, scholarship, assemblies, everything of interest to students and faculty. Adviser C. W. Hunsicker STAFF SEATED left to right: Mike Crohen, Lynn Brook, Pat Nolan, Sheila Snyder, Mary Ann Enck, Carol Cramer. STANDING left to right: Sarah Daymon, Ieanie Lugin- buhl, Peg Winkeljohn, Claudia Wiseley, Rose- mary Woodward, Ail- een Sacks, Brenda Shuck, Ianice Petrie, C. W. Hunsicker. 122 A bi-weekly publication, the "Blue and Gold" is Editor Pai Nolan printed at Kistler's Print Shop. Here, Findlay High journalism students have the rare privilege of par- ticipating in the actual production of their paper. Editors are responsible for the make up of their pages and the composition of headlines, beginners are assigned the jobs of folding and counting. "Meet that deadline" is the motto of the "Blue and Gold" and Findlay High's news sheet has done precisely that, come fair weather or foul. Through 14 years, there has been no delay or postponement of publication for a single issue. ln March, seventeen members of the staff journeyed to New York City as Findlay's delegation to the CSPA's annual convention for young journalists. lt was the sixth consecutive trek to the "Big City" for the "Blue and Gold." . i :c - VG- Q E vx x , M K mx X. MK, Q s,vCK,n Q X , X-?,um.X1 ,L-x f 'wd Bom ..,. as Omiu gamut. Mfg maecnxiwe Bob xo be hem A mfkdeut axe. he ako Xxcmkcd me , X 7 , mxmnore and mmm! game. Auvmxg L.. ,f Y ex oi me Maud, me VMS Soc' www was vxcemwg YV x Q XX ,K-XL mam and .mg VXw3:eKcs Ckxb. "YW: new Xurfxof vkszc yi- ,, m, fm mmm room Xx1XXK5 e,w9Xmmofe Wxcxxxxwli oi WY A and Mas been prev., K , nm mi fwmn Mc Wag ed Xsaekmx' mum ekxxce smrimg ww serfxor Hugh. . M11 an ako dau, way. 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Having chosen the International Geophysical Year as its theme, the staff soon came face to face with the difficult range of study and preparation necessary to cover all its phases. Letters re- questing information traveled from Alaska to Florida - from California to New York. Sparked by the energetic and sys- tematic organization of editor-in-chief Denis Peck and the efficient guid- ance of yearbook sponsor Fred Bran- denberger, the staff members eager- ly met the challenge. Staff photog- rapher Arthur Ferris, also assistant to the editor, ably served in both areas. Hazen Ferris, commercial photographer, contributed the se vices of his sharp imagination and ingenuity to the planning Adviser H. F. Brandenberger Editor I Denis Peck the book s layoutn ' l I I I V Pleasant associations, staff discussions, midnight snacks - all these helped to keep the Work of the editors on the smi side. Add to all this cooperation the solid support of our schc administration and student body and you have the 1958 Trojc Assistant Editor yearbook as the result. Arthur Ferris Assisting the editor-in-chief with the countless tasks of producing a year- book was the duty of the staff division heads. These people, through their per- sistance, contributed immeasurably to the successful completion of the 1958 Trojan. V :sf tr : - I t IQI- ,., f A L Vi VVV 1 Nr' : U: kr if iss if fs , t t . - ' V s ' 5 ' ii? ,tttt " 5-Qi! "5 . . ' 7 t ' " "" il fi A . Y' ,t , sy f A 1 -r' "" 5 s tis- . 5 , iw J g ,,,,. I - , V , , V, , , .I ,,.,, 2 Ioan Sarah Gary Iudy Pat Iudy Nancy Melvin Pat Halkyard Daymon Bemiller Traul Nolan Rockwell Lather Hulbert Welton Clubs Seniors Seniors Literary Literary Faculty Faculty Sports Highlights ART Art Editor Credit for the original art work in this year- book goes to Ieanine Pletcher, student artist. "Pletch's" creativity and cleverness kept her in demand throughout all phases of the book's production. Ieanine Pletcher 24 Troian workers confer on page layout. i Q5 ri X. it THE SEVEN C's Amid all the oceans of activity for this publication, 's all-purpose septet served willingly and Well. Whe- r it was clerking, collecting, contacting, carping, ecking, counting, or certifying, waves of thanks go Ioe Arras, Tony West, Tom Miller, Beverly Hood, Bon- Fenberg, Carol Bennet, and Barbara Krauss. These ff members were steadily occupied with a never-end- g assortment of duties. Type That Copy! Getting copy sheets ady for press is al- ays a necessary tore. With several oth- ' staff members Car- lyn Bachman and harlotte Beltz cheer- tlly donated many ours at this arduous Qsk. LUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF Success would have been difficult to foresee without the . eady efforts of Iohn Lyon and assistant Ianice Galbreath. nder their leadership other members of the business staff 'ere able to keep abreast of advertising duties, selling cam- aign, and processing forms, f'. L , 13 ' K K If , 1 .. A ' . Ivhn I-Yon ' i n ' Business Manager Debbie Dave Bill Iane Carol Ianice Galbreath Oneacre Pfeiffer Fleming Leatherman Robison Assistant Music Circulation Index Advertising Treasurer FIRST ROW: C. Bennett, M. Boling, S. Naus, B. Burkhart, M. Gariepy, P. O'Brien, I. Varner, A. McGarVey, L. Stillberger, L. Brook. SECOND ROW: G. Barclay, I. Martinez, K. Montooth, S. Young, P. Bohn, T. Hernandez, I. Inman, D. Howard, M. Baker, S. Wilson, C. Moore, T. Rectorschek, F. Bandy. THIRD HOW: T. Miller, I. Widenhofer, P. Alesch, B. Custer, L. Nis- Wander, K. Heck, I. Donaldson, G. Sharp, B. Schultz, I. Weaver, I. Ford. .J , . 5522 T ., M, . eq., M fG'f7 K ff Xfff fffg, foffyof f 1 X 1 f I PORTS a a 1 - .,. C , 1. a 'H . 4 x Y . 4 1- . , ,nv gt, I . .. 4 U . sqm,-W, 451,-ur' p w I 3 ..',:,r4'-' " , F 'Q' , x . ,Xe K .,.A, ' ..,r,,,k 1 ,,..f,, - y 'L' 'f 583, '- ' ' ' l:'1 1vsvfEzif , 4,11 'gg' , .f i,.'Q,f,. 3: JH l,".5s-rf-k,?X-'WT T"Q'f' f x. .Eh my . " " ., -f ,g"'h..uf.AwgQ-'wga U . K ,LP . ,.g.p' -4' 'K x 4' -xx was K lk KY um . ' U X v -s-wuyh.. A x FOOTBALL VARSITY SQUAD fl S., n 1 ,. is 2 lg Adams, B. Sandel, S.YKuhlman, R. Molder,-D. Bushong, B. Traul, lucas. THIRD RGW:'Coach I. Howe, D.. Highsmith, VM. Pegg, D. I. Mclntosh, B. Manley, Head Coach N. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: Arras, T. I-lilty, L. LaRue, C. Fenimore, G. Byrd, C. l-lickle, I, D. Bond, B. Rudisill, G. Bemiller, B. Garrison, D. Feck, C. Karcher, Powell, D. Wiman, I. Sims, Coach C. Henninger. Findlay High's football team had a somewhat disappointing sea- son, finishing with a 2-6-1 record. Losing a number of heartbreakers, the 1957 Trojans were a great improvement over the '56 squad. After starting the season with a l-l-1 in the first three games, the Trojans failed to Win-a single game in the Buckeye Conference, but ended the season on a happy note by shutting out their archrivals, the Fostoria Redmen, 20-U. MPI A Head Couch Neil Schmidt Line Coach Charlie Heninqer Buckfield Coach Bob Werley Iayvee Coach lim Howe ROW left to right T Hilty B Traul D Arras, M. Pegg, l. Adams, R. Molder, I. SECOND ROW D Bushong D Tyree L. Lund, C. Fenimore, B. Sandel, D. nley Coach Howe THIRD ROW I l-lege, S. Kuhlman, N. Roynon, N. For Coach Neil Schmidt, this was the third year as mentor of the local gridmen. The Trojans, although pre- dominantly seniors, were given solid support from un- derclassmen. Get in there!-7i?iT! Team members ap- preciated the steady services of lim Staley, Bill Lund, Dick Lang- staff, Bob Decker, lack Volkmer. JUNIOR VARSITY lust as solid fuels provide power and stabilizing energy for science, so do the IV- squad gridmen bring spirit and stamina to keep play de- velopment and scrimmage at a high peak. V CCMTA Iupiter A Rocket 'takeoff S. :gl .. m,ff K gin .Q 1 if S 2 .-.-. , Qfm iff . Qrswo . V f gzzwtzul - -: 1-ww., ,.,. ,, x . 'QE . - rf. 151 ' ,FY-5 , gf nf Denis Fecl: Pat Lucas Bob Rudisill Dave English Gary Bemiller Iohn Bennett Tad Byrd Roger Sands Clair Karcher Troian rocket takes off I LL Sax Iim Altman -'30 Bill Garrison Dave Bond Lynn LaRue Tom Smith I FIRST ROW left to right Head Coach Bob Werley, Hugh Davis, Coach Dick Shelley. SECOND ROW: Bob Traul, Bob Hink, Gary lohn Bennett Clair Karcher Bill Lee, Chuck Hickle, Assistant Brown, Bill Withers, Ierry Susko, Steve Kuhlman, Marvin Ricketts BASKETBALL This year the Trojan basketball team won laurels by acquiring a 19-4 rec- t ord and copping second place in the Buckeye Conference. The Findlay cagemen, playing "hustle" basketball and lacking somewhat in height, lost only to two Buckeye Conference foes during the regular season. Advancing to district play in the tournament, they lost in the finals to Lima Senior High. Head Coach Bob Werley and Assistant Coach Dick Shelley stressed de- tensive play throughout the season. lt was the second year for both as Trojan mentors. Hugh Davis. Clair Karcher, Iohn Bennett, Bill Lee, Chuck Hickle Head Coach - Bob Werley The big five racked up a total ot 1269 points. Chuck Hickle, who made the all-conference second team, was the individual high with 322. Iohn Bennett re- ceived the Most Valu- able Player award and Clair Karcher was elect- ed honorary captain. Assistant Coach Dick Shelley ENTIRE SQUAD FIRST ROW left to right: H. Davis, I. Bennett, C. Karcher, C. Hickle, B. Lee. SECOND ROW: I. Wilfonq, manager: Coach 'vVerley, B. Traul, B. Hinlc, G. Brown, B. Withers, l. Susko, S. Kuhlrnan, M. Ricketts, Coach Shelley, I. Schott, manager. THIRD ROW: R. Molcler, manager, K. Nash, L. Lunn, B. Sandel, M. Nolan, G. Bowman, T. Byrd, manager. W . 45 ' gi if 4' X Q ' Q L X 4 .ff .ff s, . gs Wa? Iohn Bennett Clair Karcher Bill Lee Hugh Davis Bill Withers Chuck Hickle Marvin Ricketts Bob Traul 'I 34 VFW f WX .A lf KN X, .n' 1 ' f inf dx-'f , IQQQJ. ,ggi if 9 5 7' SPRING SPORTS BASEBALL FIRST RQW left to right: T. Wallace, mgr., G. Bowman, D. Highsmith, B. Donaldson, T. Oman, L. Garcia, W. Thomas, T, Nash, I. Hosler, mgr. SECOND ROW: D. Saums, mgr., B. Rogers, B. lsel, R. Spitler, L. Patterson, I. Mains, P. Lucas, B. Burrell, W. Salazar, mgr. THIRD ROW: I. Martinez, scorer, I. Ford, D. Gray, M. Pirschel, I. Susko, B. Hink, T. Lunn, Coach Shelley. Under head coach Dick Shelley, the Trojan Baseball team propelled their Way through a successful season with a 6-4 won-lost record. For the Findlay diamond nine Iohn Mains was the leading batter with a .420 average at the close of the season. Finishing out with the best game record was pitcher Bob I-link with a 3-1 total. ln tournament play the Trojan sackmen were eliminated 3-1 in the semi-finals ot the district playoffs. The 1958 Findlay nine was sparked by fine team play and precision ball-handling. At cru- cial moments it was a rocket-propelled slide down to second base that saved the inning or set up a sacrifice to bring in a run. At other times when things looked bad, it was that swishing bat with the necessary jet-assist to send the ball on a power-line trajectory and bring in a homer. SPRING SPORTS MENTORS Carl Bachman, goll: Iim Howe, tennis: Neil Schmidt, track: Dick Shelley, baseball. TRACK .ii FIRST ROW left to right: I. Brown, R. Weyer, K. Klopp, D. Foote, G. Byrd, C. Tane, R. Sands, T. West, K. Nash, S. Pifer, G. Brown, G. Darst. SECOND ROW: I. Lane, rngr., L. Miller, mgr., R. Molder, B. Rudisill, M. Whitacre, R. Burnham, M. Trier, D. Smith, I. Sprouse, I. Child, B. Dobel, l-l. Davis, D. Arras, M. Pegg, I. McIntosh, B. Garcia, I. Powell, Coach Schmidt. Taking pride in their best season results of re- cent years, the Findlay High Cindermen finish- ed the schedule winning two meets, losing two meets, and tieing one. At the Buckeye Confer- ence meets thinclad Kent Nash tied for first SWIMMING Youngest of sports for FHS athletes, swim- ming, under Coach Repp, had a rough start, winning only one meet while losing five. Train- ing persistently at the YMCA pool however, the place in the pole vault event: later he placed third at the district meets and the Marion re- lays. As Findlay high-point man for the season, Nash also won the team decathlon by piling up a point total of 2605. Trojan mermen placed fourth in the district meet and qualified eight members for state compe- tition. High point honors for the season go to Mike Whitacre. lN POOL: D. Steenson. FIRST ROW left to right: G. Knepper, I. Hege, R. Sands, B. Rhoads, I. Miller, Coach Repp. SECOND ROW: M. Lafferty, N. Radabaugh, M. Whitacre, I. Brown, A. Urban. 'I37 GOLF 14.- FIRST ROW left to right: H. MacNamara, D. Bond, I. Huddleson, G. Morgan, D. Wyman. STANDING: B. Wilson, I. Donaldson, T. Susko, I. Noreager, Coach Bachman, P. McBride, T. LaPierre, K. Davis. Starting the season with no regulars from last year, the FHS golf team was faced with the difficult task of rebuilding. Winning only two of their 1958 matches, the Trojan linksmen how- TENNIS Ably supporting their new coach, Iim Howe, this year's talent-laden tennis team wound up a successful season with a 5-2 record. Ace lobber for the season was Iim Weaver who, having earned third place rating in the district, ever, under the congenial tutelage of Coach Bachman, gained valuable experience through- out the season and are primed for their 1959 match play. participated in the state tournament but was eliminated in the first round. With senior mem- bers Pfeiffer and Weaver graduating, the re- maining six racketmen are looking forward to another successful record. ef' uf' FIRST ROW left to right: B. Traul, I. Schott, B. Dimling, I. Weaver. STANDING: D. Pfeiffer, I. Bachelder, Coach Howe, B. Sandel, D. Gray. INTRAMURAL SPORTS CHAMPS DISTAFF BASKETBALL Juniors and seniors make up the girls' championship team. SEATED left to right: K. Huffman, L. Brook, N. Briggs. KNEELING: C. lnbody, B. Burkhart, E. Cooper. VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS Tapping to tally the tips was a natural for these graceful volley- ball queens. SEATED left to right: R, Corbin, P. Bohn, T. Hernandez. STANDING: M. Wrasse, C. Farlee, S. Bryan, S. Naus, D. Yates, C. Armentrout. HOME ROOM WINNERS Boys' championship basketball honors were well earned this year by members of Home Room 9 under the able tutelage of Coach Clapper. FIRST ROW left to right: M. Pegg, A. Saldana, I. Schott. STANDING: I. Powell, N. Roynon, M. Pirschell, L. Raleigh. -s X Iudy Vamer 4 ij Iudy Traul .. .. CHEERLEADERS' HEYDAY . , xx 'fi' X . E5 Sh Znk Nancy Briggs an I -.-4 uk f' "Ready-o, 1et's go!" Linda Siillberger Ann McGcnve Ieanine Marqucri Class of '72 'I40 riqef ' in X'-X MX W-"x'MX,.v,wA sqm? , JW f wWwtMWr-,wwfJw' X- ,',.,, , rv' ' ,ww-m ww, ,' t ' ,W't'l 'GWWW5l7'P3'WN"xl' b+C't':t'Hl,M5v,-- "" l- "' f' :N ,'l3W' f"XIMd'WJ'l ' ' ' J , ' ' ' 1 f ' N- 'wwf ADVER ISERS ' ' Y.: ww t s ll If HH Through their many outlets and with their generous support, business and industry provide for our schools and communities the extensive laboratories of experiment cmd exploration that are so vital to the engineering and develop- ment of mind and matter in our con- quest oi new worlds. F ws, ww " vwxsiw wtf ' ' Www 3' "flaw ' W 'Ulm' llwffwfflwl 1 I NNW 'W' mf I' 'VW f wf fl, WM WF If NW W f , ,ww 'W :Wu mrwiw-m m f tlll ,IN m y " Wuf,,wff" ,vu ,,, r w-"ww , 'w -. , , wp ,. ,M -lf,-,Jn '- 1 nw' ,Nw M ,fswmurfw ,mm -' H gm- ww,--'ww wwlwsfw-1' Y ,-1 , ,!1'y"t!'WUW!'?l:', 'H H Q. ,,.pcblffwwl,WW t gg Mr f 1 ' " l5F!i1El'ttg5fll '3 'Q ,,iJ,:iw,NgWl ' Nl tw, , yy wx 143 44 OUR PATRONS Aire-Flo Heating Company Al Bass Clothes Alexander Electric Anast Insurance Agency Anast Pharmacy Ashland Oil ci Refining Co. Basol Laboratory B 5: B Publishing Co. lnc. Beagle's Barber Shop Homer Bean Iewelers Bigelow Flowers Bill's Auto Seat Covers B ci I Photo Service Black and Warner's Men Clothing Blackford Garage Bond Body Shop Bonded Oil Co. Brandman lron Co. Brookside Broske Pizza Bryant's Shoe Store Chung Yew' Restaurant-3210 N. Main Clyde's Shell Service Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Cole Ir. Collingwood Studio Kathleen Concannon Dance Studio Croy Construction Dr. and Mrs. H. O. 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Kenyon Supply Co. OUR PATRONS Kessel's Ladies Ready To Wear Fred Klein and Sons Koffee Kup Leo's Radio 6: Electric Service Louie, the Bicycle Man Lynn A. Lyon Co. Lytle Transfer Line Maurice Beauty Shoppe Medlock Iewelers Millers Kitchenette Miller's Luncheonette Mitchell's Gift Shop l Montgomery Ward Montooth Insurance 6. Real Estate Arthur Murray Studios Napole Pizzaria Neff Lumber Co. Robert D. Nesler lim Nickas Restaurant North Dixie Motor Court Northside Pharmacy Northside Sunoco Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Odell Ohio Bell Telephone Company Ohio Conveyor of Supply, Inc. Ohio Fuel Gas Co. Ohio Pipe Company Pahl's Garage Parker Lumber Co. Perry Miles Funeral Home Glen A. Peterman, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Phoenix Hotel Coffee Shop Plott's Luggage Point Inn Porters Music Store Powell Radio 6: T. V. Radio Station WF IN Dr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Rasor Red Brenner Body Shop Republican-Courier Russell Electric Co. S 5: S Drugs Sanitary Cleaning Works Carroll Scarbrough CCentral Drugl Schemmer Auto Electric Service Simon ci Smith Barbers Sink's Greenhouse 61 Flower Shop Alice Marie Smith Spangler Electric Spayth Decorating Company Spencer-Patterson Agency, Inc. Sportsman Lanes Mary Louise Stevens Stewart's Root Beer Stewart's Men's Wear Sturm's Market Sullivan Isaacs :St Sullivan, Architects Sundry Shoppe Switzers' Bakery Tasty-Taters Co.-Miss Ruth Cusac Thomas Iewelers TOIIIIS Confectionery Trautman Funeral I-Iome Uhlman's Department Store Vet's Cab V. I. P. Motel Waaland's Florists Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Weaver Whitey ci Lafferty Appliance Co. Wilson's I-Iy Flash Gas Wilson Sandwich Shop Woodward Barber Shop Wortman Insurance Agency Youth Center 145 Once research depended on cl whim The first research to widen the use of petroleum was about 1850. Samuel Kier, an independent oilman, had an imaginative notion that Rock Oil fthe medic- inal cure-allj could be distilled to produce an illu- minant. He tried it. It worked. And ucarbon oil', for lamps was on its way to becoming big business. . n ! 7lb.t1,,1,h XX llllfilw 'HM' ERN X i - , -wi.i:':fu,,'.'W , f i , ilu me ":f'f2- 'Hr' as J-f '1 'll!'2 J Now progress is born in research centers Where the lucky guess was once enough to start an industry, today's competitive business progress depends on continual research to improve present products and to develop new ones. The Ohio Oil Com- panyis Denver Research Center is one of the shining examples of petroleum re- search in the United States. It is a home for research-where the sci- ences live together, and theory lives with fact. The administrative group organizes the work of the research staff in four prin- cipal iields-physics, chemistry, engineer- ing and geology. Singly, and in combination, research in Q these sciences Works toward the develop- ment of new, better and more eflicient g , sources of energy. Every needed facility, from electronic computers to metal and 43 Woodworking shops, is available to speed 74 and test the findings of scientific inquiry and to evaluate the results. This Research Center is one more rea- wwf-N mf lm W. 'V son for the progress and success of The L "" 'M K Ohio Oil Company. Such progress bene- fits employees, investors and the motoring M A R N public alike-under our American system -f , ., , , of free enterprise. f' Q lv ll Producers of Petroleum since 1887 Congratulations to the Class of '58 The Trout Furniture Company Wayside and Downtown 2716 North Main 508 South Main , Nowgii 'Vt'-. i f 2 :gs i !f 1 KRESGE Conqgiliiflfiitothe 328 Swfh Main FINDLAY HARDWARE next tothe Gas Co. 147 I i was A we 'gswkifsmfmfsa Congratulations and Good Luck to the Class of '58 48 sss ow' , Es I ,oo s Ciiy Laundry and HAROLD E. 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CAMP Director oi Admissions 7 Congratulations to the Class of '58 Employees of KODAK PROCESSING LABORATORY Findlay Ohio THE COLONIAL NUT C G 0 R D 0 N S AND SWEET SHOP Majoring in School Clothes Caramel Corn lce Cream 158 Popcorn Donuts L.. ll, Dennis ..... ..,.... 3 1, 113 ll, Sondra .................. 71 ms, Jack ........... 71,128,129 isch, Joanne ,......,........ 111 isch, Peter ........ 31, 35, 57, 125 We, Judy ,,,,.,,... ..66, 105, 117 ,e, Julie Anne ............... ,e, Thomas ...... 31, 34, 119, n, K.. .66, 82, 103, 111, 113, aus, David. ........ giii, 100. sierf Susan..66, aefioa, , , J .............. 71, l1lgLi::i?..71, 87, 104, 113, us Richard.. .... .66, 110, .71 121 117 18131 n ames ...... . 2. a J 111 117 iio 117 129 117 naf Ruin.. .66, 105,.111, 113, i, c i ....... 31,58.95. entrou aro , B.. .66, 88, 103, , . gg, Carol ............... 31, 112 'as, D..66, 107, 108,31283hlgg. 1,317 as, Joseph ,....... 162' 1191.125 pins, Ronald ........,........ 71 sburier, John ............... 66 ust, lan ...... ..... 6 6 ust, Robert .............,... erman, Terry ..,............ Iine, Sheila.. ............ 71, 117 ocock, P .,... 66, 89, 103, 111, 117 :neldor,don.I ...... Sgggltg E138 :man,aron .... .... y 113, 116, 125 ilman, Steve ,...... 66, 82, 83, 84 rd, B .... 32, 82, 88, 102, 111. 113 rd, Loraine ....... 71, 87, 89, 105 ker .... 71, 108 32, 111, 113 , Mariorie ......... 32, 89, 91. 98, 111, 125 , L ......,............ se 2? arry 66 , Gene ..,........ ker, Gwen ......,... ker , Robert .....,............ er, Sharon ...... 71, 80, 105, 113 Idwin, Roger ..,........... 66, 85 Imer, Denny ................. 71 Isley, Reginald ............... 71 e, Gareth ,,,.. ....... 3 2, 89, 91 dy, Finis. .32, 102, 106, 109, 125 ey, Ronald ............. 71, 110 rclay, Gary .,.....,.., 32, 57, 125 re, Marcella .......... 32, 98, 111 rger, James ....,. .,.....,.. 7 1 rger, Judy ...., ..., 7 1, 105 rlow, Mike, ................, 66 rnes, James.. .............. .71 rnes, Max ....,.......... 71, 113 rrett, Betsy. . .71, 87, 96, 99, 104, 115, 117, lag tes, Sondra.- ..,......... ughman, Phyllis ....,......... 71 usman, Ed ......... ........ 6 6 yless, Guana ..... ,.... 7 1, 87 ach, Jerry ....... ,...... 7 1, 87 am, John ................... an .71 , Mary Lee ,....... 66, 89, 103, 105 107 120 ck, Fred ...... 32, 34, 58, 119, ck, Larry ..,............. 66, 113 ck ck , Lloyd ........,.......... ckwith, Carl ............. 33 ltz, Charlotte..33, 60, 97, 116, imiller, Gary. . .30, 33, 38, 54, 100. 102, 109, 119, 124, 128, 131 iniamin, William .............. 66 innett, Carol, . .33, 88, 89, 91, 102, 105, 113, 119, 125 innett, John ....,.... 33, 100, 128, 131, 134, 135 insinger, Carol. ..,............ 33 insinger, Michael, ............ 72 enton, Judy .......,...... 66, 111 ippler, Linda. ....... 72, 104, 105, 113, 117 bler, Jerry ...,.....,......... 33 bler, Meredith ......., 72, 87, 105 kle, Beth .....,.. 71, 104, 117, 118 rchtield, Loretta ........,..... 72 rd, Sue ......,..........., 72, 87 sbee, James ..... .... 3 3, 110 sbee, Janet .............. 72, 112 .72 ,Sally. ............... 66, 115 ' 112 125 sh, Ronald. ..,........... 72, 112 shop, Kay ................ 72, 87 ackburn, Robert.. .72, 87, 108, 109 ackford, Nancy ........... 66, 105 osser, Steve ..... ,..... ....... 6 6 ihn, Pat .......... 33, 89, 91, 102, 105, 113, 116, 125 mling, Martha.34, 98, 105, 113, 125 ind, David ....... 34, 128, 131, 138 ind, Sharon ...... 66, 96, 105, 117 inham, Donna ....,... 34, 101, 105 inham, Tom ,..,.,.. ..... 'ookwalter, Diane ....,... Jwer, Janice ............, 34, 112 Jwman, Gary..66, 82, 108, 135, 136 iwman, Janet ........, 72, 87, 117 Jwman, Mary .............. 66, 99 Jwman, M.. ..72, 87, 101, 104, 117 awman, Patti ...... 66, 83, 103, 105 Jwman, rabsun, Margaret.. .72, 87, 99, 104, 108, 115, 118 rady, Carlene.72, 87, 101, 118, 120 randeberry, Sondra. .34, 88, 91, 97 rann, Jimmy ..,... 34, 97, 102, 106, 108 109, 119 reitigam, Wayne ,... ...... 3 4, 110 reitigan, Ross ......... 66, 100, 110 .....72 ..72,87 Robert .,.............. 66 Brenner, James .....,...... 34, 110 Bretz, Barbara ..........,...... 66 Briggs, Mike .....,. 72, 87, 108, 109 Briggs, Nancy. . .35, 44, 83, 85, 105, 113, 1l6,119,126, 139 Briggs, Sylvia ..... 66, 103, 111, 117 Brim, Walter ..........,... . .... 35 Brink, Jack .............,...... 72 Brobst, Broc ksi John ,......,..,..,..... 35 cker, Judy ......,....... 72 Brook, Lynn ...... 35, 102, 109, 119, 122, 125, 139 Brooker, Donald .....,...... 66, 110 Brown, Barbara ......,..,.,.... 66 Brown, Carroll.. .38, 66, 83, 84, 103, 107, 109, 113, 121 Brown, Gary...66, 91, 101, 103, 107, 108, 118, 134, 135 137 Brown, James ....,......... 72 137 Brown, Linda...66, 89, 103, 105 111 Brown, Ronald ......... 35, 101 102 Browne, Erroll ................. 66 Brumley, Tom..66, 82, 103, 107 109 Bryan, Becky ............ .66 118 Bryan, Bob ....,........,...... 35 Bryan, Sandra ,..... 35, 44, 80, 102, 105,113,116 119 Buck, Ann ,.., .72,87,113, 117 118 Buck, Bertha ....,......... 66, 111 Buck, Deanna .............. 66, 111 Buck, Julie ..,.. ..,...... 7 2, 108 Buck, Kyle ............,......,. 35 Buck, Rosalyn. ......,.,....,.,. 72 Burkhart, Bonnie.. .35, 98, 102, 107, 113,l16,119,125,139 Burkmier, Bill .........,........ 72 Burnham, Ray ......,........., Burr, Betsy ......., 72, 87, 115, Burrell, Bobby ....,....,... 72, Bushong, David ..,..... 72, 128, Busick, Nancy .......... 66, 99, Businger, Ronald. ........,. Byrd, G 72, ene ................ 66, Byrd, Jane ...,........ 35, 128, Byrd, Tad.. ......., 36, 128, 131, Cain Connie, ..,.. . ...... 36 44,96 Cain, Cuba ,...., .72, 82, 87, 96, 105 Cain, John.. ..... 66, 89, 91, 101 107 .72 120 118 129 111 110 103 137 135 Cairns, William. ..,.,.. 36, 101 113 Campbell, Carol .....,.. 66, 111, 117 Campbell, James ..,.,...... 72, 113 Campbell, M... .36, 44, 105, 113, 118 Canterbury, Myrtle. .....,., 66 105 Cantrell, Helen .........,....... 72 Cantrell, Linda ...., 36, 99, 111 113 Carmen, Joan ..... 36, 102, 105 112 Carrillo, Esther.. ...........,... 72 Cataline, Ron ................. 105 Chain, Sharon ,....,..., ....,... 7 2 Chambers, Sharon ...... 72, 87 117 Chapa, Elida ........... 67, 111 120 Chapa, Emma ......,.,.. 72, 99, 117 Chapin, Steve. ................. 72 Chatelain, Janine .,.......,... .67 Cherry, Larry .............. 72 108 Child, James. .67, 107, 108, 121, 137 Churchwell, Tom ........ 72, 96, 109 Clark, David ............... 67, 105 Clark, Ronald. .,.,.,....... 67, 105 Clinger, Janet..36, 46, 48, 50, 89, 91. 92, 98, 113, 115, 116, 118, 119 Cluff, Thomas .......,..,....... 36 Cobb, Craig ........... 67, 107, 109 Cobb, JoAnn ..........,.,.. 67 109 Colburn, Russell. ........... 67, 110 Coldren, Nancy .........,.. 72, 112 Cole. Judy ...,.......... 33, 36, 102 Cole, Patricia ..... ...,.,. 3 6, 112 Collins, Loretta .... ...,..... 6 7 Collins, Ted ...... ..... 7 2, 102 Comer, Philip ...,.............. 67 Compton, Jimmy ...,..,.,...... 72 Connolly, Michael .............,. 67 Conrad, Sharon ..... 72, 82, 108, 118 Conway, Patricia. ..72, 87, 104, 105, , 108, 117, 120 Conley, Vic ................ 72, 100 Cooper, Elva. . .67, 99, 105, 112, 139 Coppler, David ,... . ,............ 72 Coppler, Gary ......,........ 67, 82 Corbin, Rita .,., 67, 97, 107, 109, 113 Cornwell, Kay. ......,..,.,. .72, 87 Cowles, David .,.,...,.......... 67 Crabiel, Carl .............., 67, 103 Cramer, Beverly ..... 37, 89, 91, 111 Cramer, Carol ....... 37, 89, 91, 102, 111, 116 122 Cramer Carol ,..,...,......,... 72 Cramer, Joe ........ 67, 96, 103 107 Cramer, Robert ........,........ 72 Cramer, R...37, 88, 91, 102, 111 116 Cramer, Sandra.37, 88, 91, 102 111 Cramer, Sharon .......... .72 104 Cramer, Susan.67, 99, 103, 111 117 Creighton, Jane ........ 72, 104 117 Crohen, MichaeI.67, 91, 98, 109 122 Crossan, Mary ,....... ......... 1 18 Crossman, Pat .......,.,...... 117 Crouch, Judy .....,............. 67 Croy, Ann .,........... 72, 104 117 Cummins, Jim ....... 72, 82, 87 121 Curry, Bonnie ..............,.,. 72 Curtis, Mary ......,......,..... 72 Custard, Richard .... ..... 3 7, 110 Custer, Robert .... ,...... 3 7, 125 Custer, William .......... 67, 82, 83 Damon, Dave ,,... ...,... 7 2, 102 Darnell,-Don .... .,...,.,. 6 7,110 Davis, Beverly .,..... 67, 137 Darst, Giles ................ 37, 89, 91, 102 Davis, Carole ...... 67, 107, 117, 118 Davis, Hugh ....... ei, 96, 107 121, 134, 135, 137 Davis, ken ..........., 67, ios, 107, 109, 121, iss Davis, Rita ......,.. 72, 84, 105, 109 Day, David ...... . ..........,... 72 Day, Tom .,.,.....,.,.......,.. 72 Daymon, Sarah ...... 37, 82, 83, 85, 102, 118, 119, 122,124 Decker, Bill ................ 72, 102 Decker, Bob ...... .,.....,. 7 Z, 108 Decker, Danny ...........,. 72, 100 Decker, Dennis .,,.... .......... 7 2 Decker, James ....,.......,.... 72 Deppen, Douglas. .67, 83, 88, 91, 93, 107, 109, 114, 120 DePuy, Jim .................... 72 DePuy, Linda. ..,.............. 38 DePuy, William ...,.,.,,........ 72 Deter, James ....,...,..... 67, 113 DeVelblS, Edith ........,....,.,. 72 Dicke, Sallie.. ..,.. 38, 67, 103, 108, 113, 117, 120 Diehm, Mary ........... 72, 82, 104 Dietrich, Linda ,.,. ....... 7 2, 113 Dietrich, Bill .,.... ......,.... 7 2 Dietrich, Roy ................... 72 Dillen, Kathy.. ..,.,,... 72, 99, 109 Dimling, Robert ...,.,. 67, 103, 106, 107, 109, 138 Dittman, Louis .,,.............. 38 Doby, Lewis ..,............, 67, 91 Doebel, Robert ...... 67, 92, 97, 103, 106, 107, 109, 137 Donaldson, Jack. ,.,. 33, 38, 82, 102, 106, 119, 125, 138 Donaldson, Robert ............., 67 Donnell, Ann ...... .67, 89, 91, 103, 107, 109, 117, 120 Donnell, John.,34, 38, 39, 46, 54, 60, 83, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 93, 102, 106, 106, 119, 120 Doolittle, Donald ...,........... 73 Dorman, Mary Jo ,..,.,.. ...67,117 Dougherty, Darlene. .... 38, 111, 113 Dougherty, Sue .... 73, 101, 105, 117 Douglas, Patty ..........,.. 38, 112 Doyen Gaye ....,...,.. 67 120 85 73 . , 118. Dreyer, Duane ....,.,.... 73, 83, Dreyer, Nancy .... .. ..,....... .. Dudash, Gwendolyn ............. 67 Dunn, Jimmy ....,.,....,...... 73 Dyer, Leah. ,,,., ,.....,.... Dyer, Marcia ,...,.,.,.. ...,.... Eaten, Beverly ..... 73, 104. 113, 117 Eberly, Jeanne ,......,... ...73, 87 Ebersole, Darrell ..,...,........ 73 Ebersole, Loring .....,......... Ebersole, Roy ...... 67 100 101 Eblin, Sharon ........ .... ,..., .73 . , .113 .73 Eddington, Don ................ 110 118 Ede, Janet ..,...... 73, 87, 117, Edwards, Roberta ............... 73 Egts, Jack ............,.,...... 38 Eisel, Chuck ..........., 73, 87, 102 Eisel, Robert ................... 67 Eisenbach, Jean ........ 67, 117, 118 Elsea, Linda.. ..,.,........ 67, 117 Elsea, Virginia .,...,.,. 67, 103, 107, 113, 117, 118 Enck, Mary Ann..39, 44, 89, 91, 113, 115, 116, 118, 122 Engard, Larry .....,.,...... 73 102 English, David .... 34. 39, 88, 89, 91, 106, 108, 114, 119, 128, 131 Ernst, Russell ........,..... 39, 110 Errett, John ........,.,..... 73, 102 Ervin, Harold ........... ,...... Evans, Paul ........ 67, 83, 103, Ewing, Donald ....,.....,....... 39 Ewing, K....73, 87, 99, 104, 108, 113 Ewing, M .... . .35, 39, 50, 60, 89, 96, 97, 98, 102, 107, 115, 116, 119 Fagan, James ,......,..,. ..39, 110 .67 107 Fagan, Nancy ........,.,....... 73 Farlee, Carol .... 39, 82, 98, 102, 111 Farthing, Sharon ........ 73, 83, 96, 108, 117, 118 Feck, Denis ..... 35, 39, 45, 61, 106, 119, 124, 128, 131 Felch, William ...,. 67, 107, 109, 121 Felkner, Barbara ............... 67 Fenberg, Bonnie...39, 63, 89, 91, 97, 98, 113, 114, 116, 118, 119, 125 Fenimore, Charles ...,. 67, 100, 110, 128, 129 Fenimore, Robert ...... 67, 100, 110 Fenstermaker, Jan ...... 73, 87, 108, 113, 115 Fenstermaker, Sondra.. . .73, 82, 99, 104, 105 Fenton, Amelia .,.. . ............ 73 Ferris, Arthur.39, 108, 109, 119, 124 Fetter, Betty ................,., 67 Field, Kay ...,.,...........,.., 67 Finerd, Kay ........... 73, 112, 117 Firestone, Marilyn... .40, 82, 98, 111 Fish, Lerse ............,.,. 40, 108 Fisher, Charles ......,.......... 40 Fisher, Donald .,,. ......... 4 0 Fisher, Donna ..... ...,. 7 3, 115 Fisher, James ....,.. .....,. 4 0 Fisher, Tom ......,...,..... 67, 91 Fitzgerald, Murray. .,..,.,.,.... 73 Fitzpatrick, David ............... 73 Fleck, Marilyn ...,. 67, 105, 111, 117 Fleck, Mary Ann ....... 40, 111, 113, 116, 118 Fleck, Michael.. , ....,.. 40, 48, 109 Fleck. Ruth .........,.......... 73 Fleegle, Keith .............,..,. 40 Fleming, Nancy ...........,.... 73 Fleming, William. .40, 63, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 97, 102, 114, 119, 125 Fletcher, Jeretta ......,..... 67, 111 Flick, Eddie. .,..,.......,...... 40 Flick, Gwendolyn .,...........,. 73 Flickinger, Brenda ....... 73, 99, 118 Flugga, Betty ...............,., 73 Fogarty, Pat ....... 73, 101, 113, 117 Fo k, Barbara ....... 73, 82, 84, 104, 108, 115, 117, 118 Foltz, Jacqueline ,..... ......... 7 3 Foltz, Vicky. . . ,67, 84, 103, 117, 118 Foor, Jacqueline ..,........ 1.73, 99 Foor, Jeanette ....... 11, 41, 88, 91, 113, 119 Foor, Rebecca ........,......... 67 Foote, Dan ...,......... 73, 96, 102, 128, 129, 137 Ford,-John ...... 41, 89, 91, 125, 136 Foster, William ...,.,...,.,...,. 41 Frankhouser, Gail. ,.,. 105, 113, 117 Frantz, Rodger ......... 41, 100, 113 Frederick, Mary Ann. .67, 82, 83, 84, 92, 103, 107, 109, 113, 114 Frost, James ...,.,.,........... 41 Frost, Sally ........ 67, 96, 103, 120 Frunchey, Peggy ................ 67 Fry,Barbara ...,,.......,... 73, 99 Galbrealh, Janice.. .8, 41, 61, 91, 92, 93, 98, 102, 115, 116, 118,119,125 Gale, Sue ......,....., 73, 117, 118 Gallagher, Patrick. ...,..,...... 41 Gallant, Jerry .....,.,.... 67, 88, 91 Gallaway, Judy .,.,......,..,... 73 Galloway, Ellen ....,. 36, 41, 98, 118 Galloway, Loretta ......,...,. 73, 99 Gamble, Larry ..,...,.........., 73 Garcia, Luis ..... .. ,.,.......... 73 Garcia, Minerva ..... . .......... 73 Garcia, Robert ...., 66, 121, 136, 137 Gariepy, Marilyn. .38, 42, 89, 91, 98, 102,113,116,118,119,125 Garrison, Mary Kay ......... 67, 103 Garrison, W... .35, 42, 61, 88, 89, 90, 91,96,106,115, 119,128, 131 Gary, Sondra ,...,....,.. .,67, 105 Gary, William .........,......., 73 Gatchell, Tommy ............... 42 Gault, Beverly ......... 73, 105, 118 Gedeon, Lesley ......... 67, 111, 118 George, Donald ......... ....67, 110 Giannotta, Patrick ....,.,....... 73 Gibson, Sally ............ 73.87, 99 Gillespie, Cinda ......., 73, 104, 117 Gilliland, Carolyn ...... ,.,....., 7 3 Gilts, James ......... 67, 82, 85, 118 Goddart, Josephine ....,.... 67, 117 Gohlke, Cathie ......... 67, 103, 111 Goodart, Georgeann ......... 67, 111 Gorsuch, William ....,.,......,. 42 Graf, Jerry .............,.,.... Gran, Diane.. ........, 67, 111, Gray, Betsy ...,. 73, 87, 93, 104, 113, 115,117,1l8,121 Gray, David ,,.,.,.. 73, 87, 102, Gray, Dennis ..,.,......,.,. 42, .73 118 Grayson, Bryn. ..,......,....... 73 Green, Marlen ...,........,. . ..., 7 3 Greene, Virginia .,....... 35, 42, 120 Griffin, Anne ....,...... 73,108,113 Griffin, Ronald ..., ..... 6 7, 88, 89 Gross, Clista ........ .......,. 7 3 Grove, Beverly ...... ....... 6 7 Groves, Robert ....., .... 1 10 Grubb, Denis .......,.. .,... 4 2 Grubb, Jane Ann ...... ....... 7 3 Gruber, Barbara ............. 73, 99 Gruber, Raymond ,,., ..,....... . 67 Guilford, Judy ...,.,..,.. 68, 97, 99, 103, 117, 119 Gunn, David .....,......,..... Hadding, Robert .......,.,.. 42, Haggerty, Beverly .....,.,...,.. 68 Ha ey, Robert ............., 68, 110 Halkyard, Gail ...... 66, 88, 98, 103, 107, 109, 113 Halkyard, Joan.. .43, 44, 97, 98, 102, 113,115,116,118,119,124 Hammond, Dave. .68, 82, 83, 84, 106 Hampshire, Nathan. ........ 73,102 Hardin, Sue ..,.....,.......,... 73 Harris, Steve ......, ..... 7 3, 113 Harrold, Janice .,... ......... 7 3 Harley, Paul ......,.,...,., 73, 113 Hartlett, Kathleen ..... ,.,.. 6 8, 105 Hartley, Pauline .......,........ 73 Hartmen, Neil .... 43, 88, 91, 98, 102 Hartman, Ruth Ann ..... 7 ....,.., 68 Harvitt, Kerwin .,..........,.... 68 Haslinger, Michael .........,.... 73 Hassan, John .......,.,......... 43 Hathaway, Barbara ...... 68, 82, 85. 103, 105 Heck, Carol ......... 73, 82, 96, 104, 105. 108, 117 ..37, 43 89, 90, 91,97,101,125 Hege, John ..,......... 68, 129, 137 Heinselman, Nancy Heninger,Mr.C .... , , Henry, LaVera ,.,....... ....... .73 110 Heck, Kenneth. . . .. .ii 'io' .68 129 Hernandez, Toni .43, , , , .73 Hernandez, Eva ............ 68, 107 88 91 116 125 Hershey, Larry ,...,........ 73, 102 Heftel, Diana ................... 73 Hetrick, Charles .... ...... 7 3 Hickle, Charles .... 68, 128, Highsmith, Richard ,.... 68 134, 135 , 128 136 Higley, David .,........ 43, 100, 110 111 117 Higley, Dorothy ......... .. .43, Higley, Lynnette ...... ....,. 6 8 Higley, Nancy .................. 68 Higley, S .... 68, 89, 98, 103, 105, 117 Hi debrand, Mary ............... 68 Hile, Bill ...................... 73 Hilkert, Donna ................. 74 Hill, Barbara ........,.,........ 74 Hills, Twila ......... 74, 99, 105, 117 Hills, Wanda ,.............. 43, 111 Hilty, Barbara ........ 43, 83, 88, 89, V 91, 102, 107, 118 Hilty, Edward ......,. .......... 4 3 Hilty, Judy ................ 68, 111 Hilty, Thomas ,..,... ..... 6 8, 128 Himmler, Keith ...... ,........ 6 8 Hindall, Nancy ................. 74 Hink, Robert ............ 68. 88, 91, V 134, 135, 136 Hinshaw, Walter ................ 74 Hite, Barbara. ....... 68, 83, 84, 85, 88, 92, 96, 118 Hoff, Linda ...... 68, 83, 84, 103, 117 Hoffman, Larry ......... ..... 6 8, 83 Holden, Sharon .... 44, 105, 113, 116 Hollister, Sharon ........... 68, 101 Holmes, Richard ...... 44, 88, 91, 92, 97, 102, 112 Hood, Beverly ..... 8, 44, 61, 96, 98, 118, 119, 125 Hosler, Carol .......... 44, 102, 111 Hosler, Joseph .........,....... 74 Hosler, Kettle .......... 68, 103, 105 Hosler, Rex ................ 74, 102 Houck, Billie ............... 68, 101 Houck, Peggy .............. 74, 112 Householder, Ruth Ann,68, 111, 113 Howard, Barbara ........ 44, 82, 98, 113, 118, 119 Howard, Dorene ..... 44, 82, 97, 102, 105, 113, 125 Huddleston, Jerry ....... . ....... 74 Huff, Elaine ...............,.... 74 Huffman, Karen ..,...... 68, 82, 85. 99, 105, 111 Hulbert, Melvin. . .30, 37, 44, 60, 83, ' 97, 102, 106, 124 Hullenkremer, Susan ........ 74, 87, 105. 115 Hummel, Pete ..,..,............ 74 Humphreys, Judith ..... 74, 87, 104, 105, 108, 118 Hunsicker, Kay .......... 74, 87, 98, 104, 105, 108 Hunsicker, Kirsten ...... 34, 44, 115, 118, 121 Hunter, Dave ....... .......... 7 4 Hutson, Steven ...... ...... 6 8, 82 Iliff, Carole ....... ....... 7 4, 105 Iliff, Saundra .............. 74, 112 llliff, Paul ........... ..68, 100, 110 lnbody, Carolyn ..... 35, 44, 98, 102, 107, 119, 120, 139 lnbody, Jeanette ......... . ..... 74 Inman, Judy ...,.. 44, 89, 91, 97, 98, 102, 111, 113, 115, 118, 125 Insco, Nancy ........... 45. 99, 112 lnsley, Joan ........ 45, 82, 113, 119 Irons, Richard ............. 74, 108 Ish, Karin ................. 74, 112 Jeffery, Michael ........ 68, 100, 110 Johnston, David ...,............ 68 Johnston, John ................. 68 Johnston, Lois .............. 68, 83 Jones, Philip ................... 68 Jones, Sue ........ 68, 89, 103, 107, 113, 114, 117 Jones, Winifred. . .45, 62, 82, 84, 98, 116, 118, 119 Kagey, Tom .................. ..74 Karcher, Clair..45, 63, 100, 102, 113, 128, 131, 134, 135 Karn, Robert ................. ..45 Karsh, Richard ......... 45, 101, 110 Kalhrens, Neal .............. 74, 87 Keller, Mariam .......... 74, 83, 87, 96, 105, 118 Kelley, Tom ................ 68, 88 Kelly, Joyce..68, 82, 83, 85, 103, 105 EeIly,JS21ney .......... err, o n .,........... Kerr, Wava ......... 45, 99, 107, 119 Kerr, Wenda ...... 45, 105, 107, 113 Kerner, Donald .............. 74, 87 ....68.110 ....74,108 Ketner, Jerry .................. Kiess, Pat ..... 74, 83, 108, 115, Kinn, Donald ........... 68, 91, 107 King, James ........ 46,47,119,121 Kirkbride, Nancy ....... 68, 82, 103, 1518111.17 ' ' K I ...... . . . Kirkpatrick, aro 113, us' 118 Kirkwood, William ....... 68, 84, 107 Kistler, Rosalyn.. .46, 88, 91, 98, 137 .68 118 Kitchen, Judy ........... 74, 87, Klopp, Kit ............. 68, 101, Knepper, Glen .... '. . .68, 82, 84, 137 Knigli' Fin? mia' ia' Mia? Kms ' y '107, '113,'116, 119, 120 Knogisie,LNiki ................... Kra i , arry .................. C I .......... 68, 88, 97, Kramer, aro e 107' Kramer, Richard ...... ..... . B b .... 46, 98, 102, 107, Krauss' ar ara 111, 113, 116,119 Weyer, Ronald .....,....... 77, Stough, Stanley ...,.. . ....... . 106, 107 Wiseley, Claudia ........... 71 115, 117, Miller, James. . .75, 83, 85, 105 Krauss, Leanna ........ 68, 111, 117 Krout, Jane. . .68, 101, 112, 113, 117 Kuhlman, James ............... Kuhlman, Jane .... 46, 105, 113, Kuhlman, Steve ......, 74, 128, 129, 134, 135 .74 119 Kuss, Robert ..,.....,.......... 68 Kwis, Linda ..,...... 74, 87, 96, 101 Ladeau, Janet ....... 68, 83, 84, 118 Laderman, Roberta. .74, 87, 113, 117 Lafferty, Mike ......... 74, 101, 137 Lahey, Margaret ........ 74, 87, 113 Lahey, Timothy. ............ 68, 98 Lake, Carol ......... 74, 87, 98, 104 Lambert, Judy .....,.......,... 68 Lane, Charles. , .... 68, 83, 109, 137 Lane, John.. ......... ........... 7 4 Langstatf, Richard..46, 101, 102, 129 Lapierre, Thomas ....... 48, 74, 138 LaRue, Lynn ..... 101, 110, 128, 131 Lather, Nancy .... 37, 46, 54, 88, 89, 91, 98, 99, 102, 116, 118, 119, 124 Lauck, Esther ,... ....... 7 4, 87, 112 Lauck, Marlene ......... 47, 99, 111 Laudenslager, Gretchen ..... 47, 116 Laudenslager, Michael .......... 74 Laudenslager, Stephen ,........ .74 Laurent, Jack ...,. . ..,..,...... 74 Law, Diane ...., 47, 98, 99, 102, 112 Lawrence, Jean .... .68, 88, 103, 118 Leader, Marjorie ....,., 68, 112, 117 Lear, Joe ..,...,..... 74, 82, 85, 87 Lear, Robert ..............,.... 68 Lear, Tom ..,,.,............... 74 Leary, Judy ........ ,......,... . 68 Leatherman, Jane. .8, 44, 47, 89, 91, 98, 113, 115, 116, 118, 122, 125 Leathers, Janice ...,.. ,,.... 4 7, 112 Leckey, Mary ........,..... 68, 117 Leiter, Linda ..,.... 74, 87, 104, 108 Lee, William ....... 68, 100, 134, 135 Lieb, Linda ..,...,..... 47,'111, 114 Linger, Carol .........,. 74, 99, 118 Lohman, David ................. 68 Long, Geraldine. .,.. 44, 83, 102, 118 Long, Joe ...................... 68 Lonyo, Tom ................ 74, 87 Loose, Joan ,........ .74, 87, 93, 99, 104, 116, 118 Lovell, Larry .............., 47, 102 Lovell, Robeit .,,....... 68, 100, 110 Loveridtge, Michael .......... 68, 82 Lucas, harles .,............... 74 Lucas, Patrick ..... 47, 128, 131, 136 Ludi, Bill .............,........ 68 Luginbuhl, Jean Ann.. , .68, 99, 103 113, 117, 122 Lund, Bill ..... , ....,.......... 74 Lund, Larry ....... 74, 108, 135, 136 Lynch, Thomas ............. 68, 110 Lyon, John ....... 34, 47, 60, 87, 98, 102, 106, 109, 119 McAlexander, Karen ...... .68, 111, 112, 117 McAlexander, Sharon ........ 74, 99 McBride, Paul ......,.... 48, 68, 96, 103, 106, 107 Mcopn, cami ...,.....,.,... as, 112 McD1ll, Emma ......,........... 74 McDuffie, Jean ...... 48, 99, 100, 116 McDuffie, Max ..... .... 6 8, 100, 110 McGarvey, A.. .46, 48, 88, 91, 92, 98, 113, 115, 116, 118, 119, 125, 126 McGee, Barbara ....... 68, 103, 115, - 117, 118 McGowan, Kathleen ..,.. ,.., 7 4, 108 Mclntosh, James...74, 128, 129, 137 McKinnis, Sue, .... 69, 111, 113, 117 McKitrick, Katie ............... 112 McLaughlin, Jack ......... 1.....74 McMahon, M. ..... 68, 91, 92, 97, 103 McNamara, Harry ....... 68, 83, 138 McPherson, Michael ......... 48, 82 McRiII, Kathleen ......, 68, 112, 117 McVay, Sharon ............. 74, 108 Magoon Margaret..74, 104, 117, 118 Mains, John .......,... 43, 119, 136 Mains Tom ...... .74 Malcolm, Cynthia ..,... 74, 104, 113, 118 129 117, Manley, Bill ........... 74, 128, Mantel, Ronnie .............. ...74 Marbaugh, Sandra ..,....... 74, 108 Mardis, Richard ............ 74, 101 Martin, Nina ........... 74 104 112 Martinez, Jose .......... 48, 90, 91, 113, 125, 136 Marvin, Linda, ........ 69, 103, 111 Mason, Susan ......... ,..... 7 4, 87 Massick, Linda .,..,...,. 74, 87, 99, 113, 117, 118 Massillo, Olivia ...... 48, 98, 99, 116 Matheny, Larry ............ 69, 110 105 117 v 1 Maurer, Margaret ....... 74, 83, Meagley, Margaret.69, 111, 113, Merrill, Mr. P ...... ......,.., 2 1, 97 Metzker, David .............. 74, 87 Meyer, Bonnie.. ,... 74, 87, 113, 117 Middleton, Peggy .............. .48 Miles, Frank ............... 69, 110 Miles, Helen ......,.... 69 112, 117 wines, John .......,..,,. f ...... 74 Miles, Max ,...... ...,....... . ..69 Mney, Ann ..... ,.... . ..7s, sz, 104 i 103, 111, Miller, Stephen .....,.. 48, 102, Miller, Tom ..... 48, 63, 89, 102, 126 Mitchell, Charlotte ,..., ........ . 75 Mitchell, David. ,.,..... 35, 49, 102 Molder, Rex...71, 128, 129, 135, 137 i , 137 Miller, Rosalyn ..,...... 69, 99. 100, 117 106 Moneer, Raymond .............. 69 Montooth, Karen ......, 44, 49, 102, 111, 113, 125 Moore, Carol.. .49, 53, 102, 111, 125 Moore, Jerry ......,............ 69 Moore, Julia ....... 69, 104, 113, 117 Moore, Nancy ,.... 49, 90, 91, 92, 96, 102,111,115,116 Moore, Robert. . .. ........... 69, 98 Moore, Thomas ..... 75, 87, 108, 109 Moorehead, Karen .,....,... 75, 108 Morgan, Gareth ......,. 69, 103, 138 Morris, Maxine ..... 75, 87, 113, 117 Moses, Claren ..........,.,. 75, 101 Moss, Darlene ...........,. 75, 112 Moss, John ....,........ 69, 96, 103 Myers, Linda .............. 49, 112 Nagy, Thomas ,.,. ............. Nash, Kent ...,.. 38, 69, 84, 85, 1 103, 107, 135, 137 Nash, Tommy ............... 75, 87 .49 01, Naus, Sharon ....,...... 49, 88, 91, 102, 113, 126 Neeley, David ,..... . .,....,.... 69 Neeley, Rose. ..... 117 Nesler, Judy ...,. 9, , 117 117 103 .........75, .6 111113 Neuman, Joyce.75, 82, 104, 113, Neuman, Judith .,.... ......69, Nidek, Leon ...........,.,..... 75 Nichols, Ann ..... ..,. 4 9, 88, 89, 91, 98, 107, 119 Nickas, Marcella ........... 69, 118 Niswander, Larry. . .50, 88, 102, 126 Noerager, Alisandra .......,..,. Nolan, Michael .....,.... 71, 96, Nolan, Patricia .... 35, 38, 48, 50, 98. 102, 116, 119, 122, 124 Noreager, Jere ......,........,. 69 Nungester, Donald ..... ,....,.. Nusbaum, Duane ....,.. 69, 100, .75 135 .75 110 Nusser, James .............,... 75 0'Brien, Patricia. . .50, 105, 116, 125 Odell, Mary ....... . .... 75, 87, 108 Oldham, Carolyn .......,...... Oman, Larry .... 38, 69, 97, 103 .75 , 136 Oneacre, D..39, 50, 56, 58, 62, 82, Redman,Dan.... ......75 Reed, Michael ...... ........ 7 5 Reese, Sharon ............. 75, 104 Reis, Paul .......,...,..,....,. 69 Reitz, Kathleen. ....... .75, 99, 113 Remer, Linda. .75, 99, 108, 109, 113 Rench, Richard .............. 69, 83 Renz Joseph ...,............ , ...69 Rhea, Cynthia ..,.. 69, 103, 113, 118 Rhoad, William .... ...51, 54, 88, 91, 102, 119, 137 Ricketts, Marvin ....... 66, 134, 135 Rife, Loyd. ..,....... 51, 88, 91, 113 Rinehammer, Marilyn ....... 76, 112 Risser, Mike ............,.,.... 76 Ritter, Bonnie .............. 76, 112 Ritter, Harold .........,.... 76, 113 Roberts, Gwen ,,.. 69, 107, 111, 113, 114, 117, 118 Roberts, James..52, 57, 58, 101, 107 Roberts, Tom ..........,,...... 76 Robinson, Carol.. .52, 88, 91, 99, 125 Robinson, Doris ......,..... 52, 112 Rockwell, Judy .... 52, 63, 89, 91, 98, 113,115, 116,118,124 Roeber, Mildred ,,.......... 76, 104 Roeber, Sam ...........,....... 76 Rogers, Bob ............,., 76, 109 Romick, Richard ....... 69, 100, 110 Rose, John.76, 93, 108, 109, 115, 121 Rose, Larry ..,...,.....,... 52, 110 Rose, Sandra ......,......,..,.. 76 Routson, Gary .,..,...... 76, 87,96 Royer, Elaine .,.,.......... 52, 112 Royer, Gary.. .,.,.,.,...... 69, 103 Roynon, N... . .69, 100, 110, 129, 139 Ruehle, Joyce .....,...,..., 76, 112 Rudisill, R .,.. .34 , 52, 88, 89, 90, 91, 102, 106, 115, 137 Rupright, Leroy.. 119, 128, 131, ..69, 100, 110, 139 101 Rupright, Ruth ...,...,..,.. 76, Russell, Bill .....,.........,,.. ..69, 113 117 Russell, Judy.. .. Russell, Sharon.. .vs , , 118 76 87 117 122 , , 113, Sacks, Aileen..69, 113, 117, 118, Salazar Paula.... 84, 5, 88, 89, 90, 91, 98, 120, 125 8 Orozco, Margarita. ...,.......... 75 Orwick, Barbara ,,.... . .,.,. 75, 117 Orwick, Frances ......., 69, 111, 113 Orwick JoAnn .......,..,.. 75, 117 0strom', David ..... ,.,.., . . ..... 75 Oswald, Ruth ........,........ , .,,.,....... .76 Salazar, William. .52, 88, 89, 91, 136 Saldana, Augustine ...,..... 69, 139 Salisbury, Charlotte .... 76, 113, 117 Saltz, Harold ......,.... 52, 98, 102 Sandel, Robert..76, 83, 93, 108, 109, 116, 128, 129, 135, 138 Sands, Emil ...........,....,.. .75 Pahl, Mary ,....... 69, 105, 113, 117 Palmer, Carl ....,.,..... 75. 87, 108 Palmer, Jim.. .,.,.,....,.,...... 75 Palmer, Phillip ...... ...,.,..., 7 5 Palmer, Phyllis .,,... ..... 7 5, 108 Parker, Jean ...... ...... 6 9, 82 Parker, Lois ...... .,... 7 5, 108 Parkins, Mary .......,....... ...75 Parish, Robert ....,............. 75 Patrick, Jean ......,........... .69 Patterson, C ...,.,. 75, 101, 104, 117 Patterson, Dennis .......... 72, 102 Patterson, Larry ...,....,... 50, 136 Patterson, Robert.. .........,... 50 Paule, James ..,..............,. 69 Paxton, Jerry ...,.,.,.......... 69 Payne, Joan ......., 75, 98, 101, 117 Peart, Benny ......,.... 69, 83, 105 Peeler. Robert ..............,... 69 Pegg, Judy ..... 69, 89, 103, 117, 118 Pegg, Mike. . .69, 128, 129, 137, 139 Pepple, Shelba ........ 75, 112, 118 Perrott, Peter. .,,...,.,.... 75, 108 Peterson, Robert ............... 75 Petrie, Janice .....,.... 50, 116, 122 Petrimoulx, Yvonne. ...,... ' ..... 69 Pettet, Sara ,............. ...... 7 5 Pfeiffer, David Daniel.46, 50, 61, 96, 97, 102, 106, 119, 125, 138 Phillips, Larry ........,.. 35, 51, 57, 92, 101, 102 Phillips, Nancy .......... 75, 87, 90, I i 91, 96, 108 Phillips, Sondra ......... . ...... 51 Phillips, Margaret .,... 69, 103, 111, 117, 118 Pifer, Steve ......... .,... 7 5, 108 Pilcher, Joan. ,..,.. . .,..... 69, 111 Pirchell, Michael ........,., 69, 139 Pitt, Stephen.. .,............... 75 Platt, John .... 34, 36, 37, 42, 45, 51, .69 Sands, Mickey ......,...... 76, 101 137 Sands, Roger ..... .52, 12s, 131, Saul, Jean ............ 76, 104, 108, 121 109, 117, Saum, Dick ............ 70, 97, 100, 136 101, 103, Saums, Joanne ...,........, 53, 112 Sausser, Diane ......... 53, 105, 119 Sausser, Joe .,..........,...... 76 Schey, Bonnie. ......... 76, 82, 105 Schey, Janet ........... 76, 108, 118 Schlencher, Sally ....... 76, 82, 113, 117, 118 Schmidt, Aleta ..,.,.. 44, 53, 83, 84, 98, 105, 119 Schott, John .,... 70, 89, 91, 97, 101, Schroeder Judith. 103, 135, 138, 139 , ...........,.. 76 Schuck, Steve ...,,. 70, 96, 97, 101, Schultz, William ....... 53, 102, 125 Schumacher. Linda ...... 53, 91, 113 Schwab, Sally ...., 70, 111, 113, 117 Schwab, Sharon. ..70, 103, 115, 118 Scothorn, WiIliam..70, 82, 84, 89, 91 Scott, Lynetta .............. 70, 111 Searles, Robert ....,.,..... 76, 110 Sehnert, Dick .... Seifriied, Denny. .. ....76,82,83,85 Sessions, Steve ,...,... ..... . ..76 Shade, Beverly ...... 76, 87, 96, 1346 Smith, Joyce ..,.,... 76, 84, 93, 108, 109, 117, 120 Judy ..........,,........ 76 Smith, Smith, Julia ................ 70,99 Smith, Kathrine ................ 70 Smith, Kay ................ 54, 112 Smith Larry ..,............ 70 110 Smith, Margaret.70, 97, 101, 111, Smith, Smith, Smith, Thomas Paul ..... ...54, Smith, T. Pierce ,.... 54, 55, 83, 100, 102, 106, 108, 109, 119, 128, 131 Smith, William ......... .70 Smygelski, Ruth ....,.. , , 111 Snyder, Darlene. ....... 70, 83, 111 Snyder, John ...,.......... 76, 110 .48 70 98 105 107 Robert .......,......... 117 Martha .....,....,.. 70, 111 101 112 .376 'ao' Snyder,J ...... , , , , Snyder, Roger ...,.,.,..,.. 76 109 05, Snyder, Sheila...54, 88, 91, 98, 1 111,114,121,122 Sockwell, Betty ..............,. 70 Sonnett, Ronnie ............. 76, 87 Sorenson, Carol .,... 70, 84, 85, 107, 113, 117 Spaeth, Darlene .,.......,.. . . . .70 Spanogle, Robert ........... 76, 108 Sparrowe, Sharon .....,.... 76, 105 Spitler, Patricia ......,.. 70, 82, 118 Spitler, Ronald .,... .,.... 7 6, 102 Spoon, Paul ..,., ....76,113 Srodes, Sue. .,.... .... 7 6, 104 Staley, George ,,... ...,..,.., 7 6 Staley, James ..............,.,. 76 Stall, Donald .... .... 5 4, 102, 110 Starr, Nancy ..... ........., 7 6 Starr, Robert .............. 76, 137 Stears, Danny ......,.......... Steenson, D.. .55, 101, 102, 109, Stein, Judith ..,....... 76, 108, Steinman, Larry .........,..... Stevenson, Sharron .... 76, 104, Stillberger, Linda .... 55, 89, 91, 102, 113, 116,125,126 Stillwell, Sue ............... 76, 99 Stitt, Jane ........ 35, 55, 88, 89, 91, 98, 102, 119 Stone, Lucius. . .35, 47, 55, 119, 121 Stoner, Karen ..........,.,.. 70, 96 .54 Steen, Barbara ...,...,..... 70, 111 137 118 .55 105 Stoner, Ron ........,.,.......,. 76 Stough, Roger ...,.....,..., 55, tig Stover, Kaye ..,,.,..,. 70, 103, 117 Stover, Wayne ...........,..... 76 St. Meyer, Susan. .,,........... 76 Strait, Don .,,... ,. ..,.......... 76 Strauch, Judy ....... 70, 82, 84, 109, 4 113,114, 117,121 Strawbridge, Sally .........,.... 76 Strite, Carolyn ............. 76, 104 Strite, Richard ...,. ...... 7 0, 110 Stroub, Stanley ..,..,..,,...... 70 Struble, Bonnie ..,.,.,.. 76, 80, 117 Struble, Sherry ..,...... 76, 87, 117 Stultz, George .......,... 76, 83, 85 Stump,'Davld .............. 70, 110 Suman, Jerry ....,.,........... 76 Sunderman,C...55,88,91, 102,111 Susko, Gerald ..... 70, 134, 135, 136 Susko, Thomas ........ 55, 119, 138 Swackhamer, Shirley .... 76, 83, 85, i i i 104,108,118 Swick, Dixie ................... 55 Swick, Myrtle .................. 70 Swick, Rosalie ................. 55 Swift, Mary Kay ................ 70 Talbett, Sandra ..... 56, 89, 102, 111 Tanner, Becky ..... 70, 89, 111, 113, Tyree, Lorraine ,... .... 7 0, 11 Ulrich, Sandra ................ .7l Ulrich, Virginia ............. 77, 10: Urban, Allen ............ 77, 82, 13 Urschalitz, Sue ..... 77, 87, 108, 10' Vandervort, Jean ............... 5' Van Fleet, Nancy. . .77, 85, 108, 10 Vansant, James ............ 57, 11 Varner, Judy .... 37, 57, 89, 91, 102 107,113, 116, 118, 119, 125,124 Volkmer, Jack. . .77, 87, 91, 109, 11 Wagner, Connie ..... 77, 80, 99, 102 105, 107, 11 Wagner, Gayna .... 77, 108, 113, 11 Wagner, Linnea... 57, 61, 84, 88, 8E 11 90, 91, 105, Wa ner, Sharon ..... ......... WaFdman, Jerry Walker,Carolyn'.'.' , , Wallace, Lee... Walters Donald Walters: Fred . . 1 it Ward, Janet ....,. Ward, Linda ...... .7iJ"1'd5'iii. .........77, 102,1l1, ..7 .7 11 .7 10 .........70,11 57, 82, 84, 85, 91 11 ll .........70, Ward, Lonnie ................ Ward, Tom. .i .... . .....70,101, Warrick, Rosie .... ........... ..7 11 ..7 Wasbro, Jack ................... 7 Weaver, James .... 54, 57, 62, 93, 9l 102, 106, 114, 119, 125, 13 Weber, Judy ...... 77, 87, 93, 96, 9! 104, 105, 115, 11 Weidinger, Pat ................. 5 Weiler, Sandy ....... 77, 82, 98, lg 108, 115, Weising, Judy... ........ 77,80 , 11 Weitz, Barbara.77, 104, 108, 117, 11 Weitz, Karon ........ .... . ..77, 10 Weels, D.on .................. ..7 Welton, P.. .8, 30, 38, 57, 60, 88, 81 91,92,98,113,114,116,118,119,12 Wendell, Max ......,... 57, 118, 11 West, Anthony ............. 57, 13 Westfall, Carl ................. ig Whitacre, Michael ...... 77, 109, 13 Widenhofer, James. .58, 88, 91, 1112 13 119, Wilfong, Jack .....,. 45, 58, 119, Wilch, Charles. ................ .7 Wilch, Sharon .................. 7 Wiley, Jean .................... 7 Wilkins, Myrl ................. .5 Wilkinson, Sue ..... 77, 80, 117, 11 Williams, Delores ........... 70, 11 Williams, Randall ....... 70, 92, 10 Williams, Tom .................. 7 Williams, Walter ................ 7 57, 62, 92, 102, 107, 115, 119 Pletcher, Jeanine ..... 34, 51, 56, 58, 89, 91, 97, 98, 101, 113, 115, Poole, Peter ...... 116, 118, 119,124 ......75,87,108 Porter, Charles ............. 51, 112 Porter, Jim ...... Porter, Marilyn. Powell, Jerry,...'.' ......69,83,111 .....69,103,109, 128,137,139 Powell, Ned ............... .75, 87 Powell Tom .... Predmore, Dianeif .,....75,83,101 ..75, 87, 104, 108 Pressnell, Judy ............. 69, 105 Pressnell, Sue .... Preston, Harry... Preston Ora.. ..69,99,105,117 ............75,87 Price, Douglasf. ..... ...... 6 9, 103 51 as 91 116 Pruitt Brenda. .. Prussing, Diane.. .. Pu h, Judith ...... '.tt..1-i9,'113f 117 .-.75, 101,108 Shaffer, Betty .,..... . ...... 76, 105 Shank,.Larry.. ................ .76 Shank, Sharon ......... 70, 103, 112 Shanklin, Gladys ....... 70, 103, 112 Sharp, Gene ..... 53, 62, 89, 91, 101, 102, 118, 125 Shaw, Dorothy ......... 70, 112, 117 Shaw, Harry .................. sniiiing,'Ronaid..'ff,' , , , Shoemaker, Lynn ...... 70, 103, Shreve, Carlene ................ 76 Shrider, Pat. .70, 83, 84, 89, 98, . . .107, 113,118,122 Shuck, David. .............. 70, 83 .70 Sheldon Sharon. .......... 101 .70 89 91 Shrider, Stanley. Shuck, Brenda. . ...70 99 103 Siferd, Connie. ..... ....... . . .76 Silva, Hortencia .... .... 7 0, 120 Silvers, Jerry .............. 54, 112 Simon, Janet ,........ . ......... 70 Simon, John. .................. 70 Simon, S ..... .70,105,111,113,117 Simon, Sonya .................. 76 Simpson, Kathleen .............. 76 Simpson, Linda ..... 76, 82, 104, 118 Sims, James .............. 128, 129 Sites, Gary ............ - .... 54, 110 Sites, Sharon ...... 70, 111, 113, 117 Slough, Wilfred ............ . 117, 118 Tate, James ......... .. ......... 70 Taylor, Eugene ..... ..... 5 6, 98 Tebbe, James ........ ........ 5 6 Tennant, Dora .............. 76, 99 Tennison, Charles ...,.......... 76 Tesnow, Ann .......... 70, 105, 111 Tesnow, Barbara.76, 87, 96, 105, 108 Thayer, Diane ..... 70, 111, 113, 117 Thines, Edward ................ 76 Thomas, Beverly...70, 103, 111, 117 Thomas, Connie ..... ..... . 56, 112 Thomas, Duane ...,.... 76, 101, 136 Thomas, Delberta ........ ..77, 99 Thomas, Linda .......,... .77, 117 Rader, Charles ................. 69 Radabaugh, Kay. ............... 75 Raudabaugh, Ned. .69, 98, 103, 106, 109, 129, 137 Reamsnyder, John .............. 75 Rectorschek, Thomas.51, 83, 89, 91, 102, 106, 114, 115, 125 Smith ... .70 Beth .... 76, 98, 117, 118, 120 Smith David ................... 70 Smith, Dennis ...... 70, 96, 137, 138 Smith, Franklin .,.......... 70, 112 Smith, Gloria ...... 70, 111,113,117 Smith, Jerry .......,... 70, 107, 120 Thomas, Nelda ....,... 70, 111, 117 Thomas, Thomas, Patsy ....... Thomas, Wayne ,..... ....... . .77 Pat ....... ..... .....77 .56,111 Thompson, Larry ............... 77 Thompson, Ruth ................ 70 Tisdale, Judy .......,... 77, 87, 108 Tisdale, Sally .... 35, 56, 58, 98, 105, U 107, 118,119,121 Todd, Ronnie ................... 70 Tolen, Thomas .............. 70, 91 Tong, Rex .................... 110 Tongate, John ............... 70, 83 Toth, Edward .................. 77 Traul, Judith.. .8, 35, 54, 56, 63, 88, 91, 98, 102, 107, 113, 119, 124, 126 Traul, Robert. .... 77, 108, 128, 129, 134, 135 Treece, Martha ............. 77, 117 Treier, Max.56, 83, 85, 102, 119, 137 Tremains, Dick ....... .......... 7 7 Troxel, Dan ................... TrumPY. William .,,,.,,,... 70, Tucker, Deanne ............ 77, 117 Tuttle, Judy .......... 56, 84, 88, 89 Tyler, Beverly ......,........... 70 Tyner, Troi ...... Tyree, Dean ..... .77 110 ...,77129 Williamson, Barry .............. 7 Williamson, Judith ..... 71, 105, 11 Wilson, Connie .... 58, 88, 89, 91, 9l 102. 111, 12 Wilson, Dorothy ........ 77, 113, 11 Wilson, Wiman, David ..... 71, 103, 107, 121 129, 13 Wineland, Isabelle ........... 58, 8 Winklejohn, Peggy. ..... 71, 98, 111 118, 12 Winkler, Judy ...... 77, 83, 104, 11 Winkler, Kaylo ...... 71, 82, 83, 101 Robert ................. 7 105, 11 Winstead, James ......... 71, 88,9 Wise, Betty ........ ..... 7 1, 11 Wise, Darlene. .,..... , ...... 7 1, 11 Wise, Joan ..................... 7 113, 117, Withers, William ....... 71, 134, Wittebort, Johnna .............. Wittenmyer, Eleanor ........ 71, Wittenmyer, Mary Lou .......... 7 Woerner, Ruth Ann ...... , .... ..7 Wolery, Barbara ............ 58, 11 Wolery, Elaine .......... 59, 82, 10 Wolfe, Carol ...... ...77, 83, 96, 91 i ' 113, 117, 11 Wolfe, Julia.: .................. 7 , 12 Wisner, Bonnie ..... 77, 83, 101, IH 13 .7 10 Wolford, Kaus .............. 77, 8 Wolford, Raymond.. ..71, 82, 83,8 Woodbury, Carol. . .59, 99, 111, 111 118, 11 Woods, David .................. 7 Woodward, Nancy .............. 7 Woodward, Rosemary...71, 101, 12 Woodward, R .... 59, 88, 91, 102, 11 Woodward, Tom ............ 77, 1C Wooley, Robert ............. 71, 11 Woollery, Linda ............. 77, 8 Wrasse, Elaine..77, 87, 99, 105, 101 113, 117, 11 Wrasse, Marvelene. . .71, 83, 85, 10 Wright, Ruth ............ 59, 71, 10 Wyant, Sandra.. .59, 83, 84, 85, 102 105, 111, 11 Wyatt, Earl .................... 7 Yates, Deanna.. .59, 88, 91, 98, 101 105, 111,118, 12 Young, Betsy ...... 71, 96, 103, 10l 114, 11 Young, Sue ......... 44, 53, 59, 112 113, 116, 12 Young, Susan .......... 71, 111, 11 Zechman, David ................ 7 Zechman, Richard. ........ 100, 11 Zellers, Tom ................... 7 Ziessler, Karen ......... . .... 77, 8 Zink, Linda ............... .77, 11 Zink, Sharon ..... 59, 62, 89, 90, 9l 113, 116, 12 J . 9. .v., al? , , ". 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