Forest High School - Leaves Yearbook (Forest, OH)

 - Class of 1954

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Smile, darn you, smile . . . Coy . . . Watch the birdie .. . Oh, Pete, really .. . Bevo .. . Lover, Boy . Real cool . . . Satch Mo . . , . Secret Love . . . Nature Boy . . . Big Drip . . . They don't get it, Bill .. . Catch anything . . . Pour cuties . . . Shut your mouth, Kay . . . That poor dog . . . Tired? . . . Size 36 . . .Lose anything'?. . .Sadie Thompson. . .Big Hangover. . .Age of Innocence . . . She's all wet . . . Sweater girl. H F 5 ALGE BRE f ADMINIETRATIUN BUARU UF EIIUEATIUN Dr. G. B. Van Atta Iohn ADIVIINISTHATIUN Mr. Thomas. Mn. Baum. Mr. Baum Bw FACULTY P. W. Thomas Superintendent D. Ray Baum Principal Y Nc.: ., --N . , va Grace Holtzmuller Commercial Iecm Gordon Clinton Pine Science Home Economics - i Oi ww Allen Willoughby Couch Paul Gordon Ass't. Couch V aQi,.,T ,MS ,ww,,VQ.1 5? Gilbert Woodburn Aqrlculture Ralph Balmer -A sag? Addr: Rogers Language - K 2'9- ' 4 lv 'f e X l V J e 3 A1 ' A V ig Y f 3 553: . P 1 L, A X , R J V 2 X' W T-.L A me ,f.- 1 I fa Mg ,f S W W,- E fa '3 Thomas Shellhmnmer Music Casper Brooks 7th Grade AQQF-sf ,fy Lena Threlke Sth Grade ld Violet Garver 5th Grade Grace England 4th Grade 403' if 5 V 1 , ,W ' ' 'J .I ii. :gl .x5gExm'? 2 1' 'A lil i e R -inll""' :ew Verda Baker 3rd Grade Ruth Bair 3rd Grade Georgia Kellogg 2nd Grade Marcella Ickes Pauline Fortney 2nd Grade lst Grade Christine Swager lst Grade U Q 62350195 SALUTATUHIAN Barbara Ann Burk Course: Academic Average: 94 1!2O Ambition: Nursing VALEUIETURIAN Mona Ruth Fortney Course: .Academic Average: 95 5!18 Ambition: Nursing f':'1r HAL- ' Carolee Curran ' 'Scotty" Commercial .fl President Louis McMaster "Louie" Agriculture Secretary 1l"'l,M,2 rmmevl .1 I Lois McMaster ' 'Mickeyu Academic V. President f?,,.r, G53 is Miriam Mentzer "Minnie" Commercial Treasurer iff? X Paul Staley "Staley" s 5 Commercial A Past President, e f 3 years if 3 if , Marsha Packer "Packer" Commercial Clayton Bash "Trenton" Agriculture l 4290, -if NJ! A Marcia Staley HMCHCY., Academic rf' ,Ak Ioann Weber Home Econom1cs at Carolyn Chnger "Kelly" Commercmxl 1' . K ,X -L' Pxwtlxll ' 'U if' -...gg ,fx 1 Barbara Burk "Burk" Academic Wxlllarn Holtzmuller "Bill" Commerclcd Robert I ohnson "Bob" Commerclal Geneva Gobrecht GGVIS Academic S Arlene Hemmerly "Hemmo" Academic Q51 - 15511. K Mona Forlney Academic Virginia Iolliif ,, Ginny., Home Economics N. ,U ,.,,, ,.,., . if 'N -J 5 if Carole Lehman "Lehman" Academic Donna Robinson Doc Commercial P Marilyn Anderson "Andy" Home Economics 'IB' 2. be 1 4 vial I K K . ,i::1L 5- . e ,vm ' V'1t?i.'f Shirley Pau-ick "Annie" Commercial Bonnie George uBOn lull Home Economics 1 .,4Q'i?i"':-yayyg5"l4Q"-3"1i.'1Sk4,m, ,Ye ff? Lawrence McKee Sonny Commerclcxl Esther Sellcrrs ESSIG Commercial Q it i 5 3 V i iii " Y 42 Evelyn Tracy "Spitfire" Home Economics Leroy Merriman Smoky General Donna Smith "Ginger" Home Economics Alice Rlzor Home Econom1cs -X The Seventieth Annual GRADUATION EXERCISES OF FOREST HIGH SCHOOL High School Auditorium Sunday evening, May 23, 1954 8:00 O'Clock Supt. P. W. Thomas, Presiding Prelude, "Green Meadows", Hanson ...................... High School Band Thomas Shellhammer, Director Processional, "Land ot Hope and Glory", Elgar ..... ...... H igh School Band Invocation ...................................... . . . .Rev. B. W. Smallwood Pastor, Presbyterian Church Music, "Wishes", Klemm ........................... ...... G irls' Ensemble Salutatory Address, "Paths ot Lite" ................ ....... B arbara Burk Music, "Oh, Mary Don't You Weep", Arr. Wilson .... ......... G irls' Chorus Valedictory Address, "All Aboard" ...................... Mona Ruth Fortney Music, "Waters Ripple and F low", Arr. Taylor .................. Girls' Chorus Graduation Address, "Functions and Goals of a Small Community School" Ivan C. Berlien Scholarship Recognition .............. D. Ray Baum, Principal of High School Presentation of Class of 1954 ..................... Clinton Pine, Class Advisor Presentation of Diplomas .................................... Carl McKinley Pres. of Board of Education Music, "Crimson Dawn", Walters .......................... High School Band Benediction ......................................... Rev. B. W. Smallwood Class oi 1954 CLASS MOTTO .......... Succeed, We Can, We Mustl CLASS FLOWER ........................ Scarlet Rose CLASS COLORS .................... Scarlet and Gray CLASS ROLL Carolee Curran Arlene Hemmerly Evelyn Ianiece Tracy Lois McMaster Virginia Irene Iolliff Ioann Iane Weber Louis McMaster Carole Ann Lehman Donna Mae Smith Miriam Mentzer Marsha Packer Clayton W. Bash Marilyn Ieanne Anderson Shirley Ann Patrick Charles William Holtzmuller Barbara Ann Burk Alice Elizabeth Rizor Lawrence Edward McKee Carolyn lone Clinger Donna lean Robinson Robert Lee Iohnson Mona Ruth Fortney Esther Mae Sellars Paul Nelson Staley Geneva Ann Gobrecht Marcia Ellen Staley Leroy Merriman CLASS OFFICERS Carolee Curran ............................. President Lois McMaster ......................... Vice President Louis McMaster ........ Secretary Miriam Mentzer .................... ...... T reasurer HONOR STUDENTS Mona Ruth Fortney Carole Lehman Geneva Gobrecht Barbara Burk Lois McMaster Carolee Curran Arlene Hemmerly Marcia Staley Miriam Mentzer FACULTY OF FOREST SCHOOLS P. W. Thomas D. Ray Baum Clinton Pine Grace Holtzmuller Iean Gordon C. A. Brooks Thomas Shellhammer Adda Rogers Allen Willoughby Paul Gordon G. W. Woodbum Marcella Ickes Christine Swager Georgia Kellogg Pauline Fortney Ruth Bair Verda Baker Grace England Violet Gawer Lena Threlkeld Margaret Baum, Secy. BOARD OF EDUCATION Carl McKinley, President Albert Oates, Vice President Ioseph Shields Iohn Rabberman Dr. G. B. Var1Atta Helen Price, Clerk-Treasurer BACCALAUREATE SERVICES FOREST HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1954 High School Auditorium May 23, 1954-11:00 A. M. Services conducted by Rev. Grover C. Reed, Pastor, Forest Methodist Church The Prelude, "Adoramus Te", Palestrina-Harvey ............ High School Band The Processional, "God ot Our Fathers", Warren-Iohnson .... High School Band Thomas Shellhammer, Director The Hymn, "Adoration and Praise" The Responsive Reading Minister: Teach me, O Lord, the way of Thy statutes: and I shall keep it unto the end. People: Give me understanding, and I shall keep Thy law. Minister: Yea, I shall observe it with my whole heart. People: Make me to go in the path of Thy commandments: for therein do I delight. Minister Incline my heart unto Thy testimonies, and not to covet- OUSIIGSS. People: Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity: and quicken Thou me in Thy way. Minister: Stablish Thy word unto Thy servant, who is devoted to Thy fear. People: Turn away my reproach which I fear: for Thy judgments are good. Minister Behold, I have longed after Thy precepts: quicken me in Thy righteousness. People: Let Thy mercies come also unto me, O Lord, even Thy salvation, according to Thy word. Minister: So shall I keep Thy law continually for ever and ever. People: I will walk at liberty: for I seek Thy precepts. Minister: I will speak of Thy testimonies also before kings, and will not be ashamed. People: I will delight myself in Thy commandments, which I have loved. The Gloria Patri The Anthem, "All in the April Evening", Diack-Cain ..... ..... G irls' Chorus The Scripture Lesson, Mark 10: 17-22 The Pastoral Prayer The Anthem, "Lift Thine Eyes" from 'Eliiah'. . . ..... Girls' Chorus The Sermon, "Big Business" The Hymn, "A Charge To Keep I Have" The Benediction The Recessional, "God of Our Fathers", Warren-Iohnson .... High School Band CLASS OF 1954 CLASS MOTTO .......... Succeed, We Can, We Mustl CLASS FLOWER ........................ Scarlet Rose CLASS COLORS .................... Scarlet and Gray CLASS ROLL Arlene Hemmerly Virginia Irene Iolliff Carole Ann Lehman Marsha Packer Shirley Ann Patrick Alice Elizabeth Rizor Donna Iean Robinson Esther Mae Sellars Marcia Ellen Staley Evelyn Ianiece Tracy Ioann lane Weber Donna Mae Smith Clayton W. 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We were assigned by the chief, Paul Staley, to investigate. ,G 12:10 We arrived. The chief was right. It was a house. The door was . 5 5 pened by a cloak and daggered care taker . . . Bob. A 4, P. ' w,!'12:11 Upon entering we saw two ghosts playing leap frog. Interrogation was not necessary. We heard that cackle. We knew . . . Esther and Lawrence. l. - ,ff- .NIA A, 9. N . I 't .Af ' - X O Q vi --" 12:12 A chorus line of skeletons doing the bunny hop appeared. We rec- ognized them. Lois, Carolee, Carolyn, Miriam . . . A wolf-like character hovered near. Iust as we suspected all along . . . Bill. I felt something on my leg. A spider with a crew cut . . . Louie. A bat flew around the room muttering a strange language . . . Smokey. 12:15 Suddenly, we heard a scream in the next room. We rushed in. Found three bodies, Donna, Shirley and Bonnie. Nothing suspicious here . . . In the corner a rat, Geneva, listened to the latest ghost tune, OVER MY DEAD BCDY . . . A rodent orchestra was playing. Alice, drummer . . . Virginia, cigar-box violin . . . and Donna, pianist . . . 12:17 Two termites crossed our path. Evelyn and Ioann . . . We stopped them for questioning. They hit the nail on the head. They were chewing a board. ' .1 5 -.ix 12:18 There had to be a clue. We could smell it. We followed a black cat, . N1 4f'NM21rcy, down some creepy stairs . . . At the bottom we were confronted by two M itches stirring their brew . . . Carole and Mona . . . Would they pickle us? -N. !f12:20 I demanded an explanation. Nothing was said. The house above us G trembled under heavy foot steps . . . Marilyn and Barbara entered . . . They were W DRAGGIN' A NET . . . The case was closed. I .N , 4:50 Smith and I CArlenel started back, to headquarters. The masquerade fs l , ,' with our old classmates had beat the records . . . 1 . , X! -3 I A I 1' , 1 f 1 1 K X Q 1 I N .1-D -. .! IA' ' N If 4 I l A X "X Xliqeg .mf - ..-as We, The Class of 1954, of Forest High School, in sound mind and body l?l, do hereby will: To the school building, our "atmosphere" To the faculty, the courage to carry on without us. To the Iuniors, our ability to be different. To the Sophomores, the intestinal fortitude to hold their own in the coming school year. To the Freshmen, our cowboy suits tincluding our guns and holstersl. The following: Evelyn Tracy, will my love for school to all the Iuniors. tl know they love it too.l Esther Mae Sellars, will my ability to go with a Senior boy to Kay Ellen Baum. loann Weber, will -my ability to use more erasers lin bookkeepingl to anyone who takes it. Miriam Mentzer, will my ability to carry the class money around in a box to Sally Edgington. Shirley Patrick, will my ability to play the piano to anyone who likes music as well as I. Virginia Iolliff, will my love for short boys to Lois Thacker. Donna Smith, will my love for English class to Bill Woolley and Ioe Conley. Alice Rizor, will my slenderness to Kay Kratt. Marilyn Anderson, will my ability to do the Hula to Geraldine Humphrey. Carole Lehman, will my ability to argue with Mr. Pine land never winl to Doris Harmon. A Robert Iohnson, will my ability to play basketball to Gordie Woolley. Arlene Hemmerly, will my ability to tell corny jokes to Mr. Pine. Geneva Gobrecht, will Mr. Pine's threats to paddle me to next year's slow poke. Lawrence McKee, will my ability to get along with the teachers to my brother Robert McKee. Marcia Staley, will my ability to keep my hair out of my eyes to Dick Frey. Carolee Curran, will my height to Ronnie Rizor. Paul Staley, will my ability to have curly hair to Harry Thompson. Clayton Bash, will my ability to have floppy ears to Dallas Parsell. Bill Hotzmuller, will my sense of humor to anyone who can put up with it. Louis McMaster, will my shyness to Bill Parsell. Leroy Merriman, will my good nature to Elmer Seymour. Barbara Burk, will my height to Audrey Switzer. Carolyn Clinger, will my bubbling personality to Diane Iones. Marsha Packer, will my stupid remarks to Phyllis Iones. Donna Robinson, will my smile to Betty Dibble. We, Lois McMaster and Mona Fortney, will our love of Junior boys to any brave girl. ia- J. SNAPS . . ... Kam f 3. an 4' 'ifffl' 'vt I Threat to Marilyn. . .Smily McKee. . .Queen of the Senior Cowgirls. . .Gab fest . . . Crazy-mixed-up kids . . . Venus DeMillo . . . Close your mouth . . . I like itel like it.. .Handsome as ever. . .So typical of Lois. . .Cute and cuddly. . .You gooted! . . .Doc. . .Take the mask oft, Scotty. . .Young Lovers. . .Totem Pole. . . Shy guy. . .Dagmar in her prime. . .What'sha doin', Arlene-. . .During the bands better days. . .SAP. . .Oh-h brother. . .l-leap big Smoke and no fire. . . Little pot. . .Size ll's. . .Ginny. . .Heidi. . .ls it heavy?? . . .Scatterbrain. . .Stock car driver. . .What's that smug grin for?. . .Who goes there?. . .That Clinger kid . . .Big Chief. . .Sexy. xi.. V N 4-, li? - 1 ? - -dx... 4 " ax ' ., ,N 'M' .A,.-' ., , D 1 , ..-, :z--':. x......,,. - ' ' .,--,45:.n::- ' V ., ,- ....,...-,V.--,.,. :,. -. .- A . . ...fg- ,,.,.....-....--. . ' -'A.' -- ' rg. V , . . ig!"-"""""'.-.h.. "'- " ,gn if. 4 . N- ,,- 'a.g,.....- .,.,4 -u.uvm...1.---- --e-1-, ---Nm ,.::-I Jupvuu. ,,, . ....,-ff ,Q -N ,, I 1 S 1. Q, 1 .'h. fi ff' QQ "', -3211 Awrwi- iilf 1 '::' IE -7 .9 nf 4 Ssmons, -RN i 702 zur wana, w R nuff 45 J -"" Jvmoks, fc: PREYYY Q eocuc2'Y 'f on, i El-DFL! rwkf . 7 HMS H, UNJTAILE BUT wnuub. Stl-YCONFIDEIICZ O6 Am-uEvn4ENT JUNIUB CLASS UFFICEBS Ianice Zimmerman. Secretary, lim Iohnson. Vice President: Sully Edqlngton. Treasurer, Audrey Switzer. President. During the school year of 1953-1954, our days were filled with many activi- ties. Our class advisor was lean Gordon, who was very helpful and under- standing. Some of our projects were counting tax stamps, bake sales, selling maga- zines and school jewelry, and serving at football and basketball games. We received the name mercenary Cstingyj without any effort. But ask some of the boys and they will tell you their received the nickname "Cornhuskers" with effort. The name of our play was "Men Are Like Streetcars." Our director was Paul Gordon. Our last and most anticipated project was our junior and Senior Prom. We hope that all who attended found it enjoyable as well as beautiful. We are looking forward to a profitable Senior year. Y fu? "' ' w muff 6' gwyygiplf J 3 f Q9 ff A f I X I M J 0 xof ' Q 1 1, I j 0 -- X X 0 X0 gk-Q if 1 X lf 1 U Q X., 0 X Q2 Q x- Q f X I R I f J xl I X S :li 0 f X z .. O X" if X 0, Q -n S9 I J 4 , 10 X X X I if 20 X ,r ? f X Xa 0 f X x ' -X 'Q X A., l l . f .:::' f f C l l of IW' X X ffg rj 'K ' "'o4J-3:-1 - Wedertx Kalb 'J in W i F I 1 -x.. N j S Landon Tracy Frey H rn Flowers lohnson R L dg W' ' wa is 1 'Q P h Waller Harmon Switzer Spearman Iohnson Lehman l tr 6 1- " if Elwood Zimmerman C l y C k Kauble O erly K out K V 5. . C s A 1 v Y t N 4 Woolley Cramer 'I'hiel Rockwell Edginqlon Th mp H ly W V 1- 'G' .9 'os ' i 9 .1 Q, P ll Eatherton Iones Miller Humph y F ll Engl SUPTHUMUHE CLASS UFFIIIEBS Dallas Parsell, Treasurer: Norman Sink. Secretary: Roger Snyder. President: Ramon Musgrave. Vice President. In early October the Sophomores initiated the Freshmen. We dressed the boys in short pants and the girls in short dresses. The boys wore bows in their hair while the girls had one-halt pinned up in pincurls. They were just little darlings about it. At night we gave them a nice drink and a delightful limburger cheese sandwich. They were served refreshments afterwards. Everything went fine except for a slight accident to a Sophomore. The Sophomores got a new homeroom teacher this year. She is Miss Rogers, a Latin-English teacher from Indiana. The Sophomore girls had a basketball game with the Iuniors before the Ridgeway game. Our coaches were Pat Tourrey and Ginny Brown. We won! Score 20-l2! Our bank account is pretty slim at the present. We collected tax stamps and we had a bake sale in March. We'll make perfect Iuniors next year. We're ready to grab every cent. ... XT X F if"'s J-if W fl f swf ii --- ' , W V fs' 4 Q51 of FV 'K W Q Xl' X -f 1- J 1 hx ij ' 2 I . fn J 11 I , A Q .5 " sk or I 1 in -' , X TL s. ,ff 4' A E if f' A II 'ills - 4. 1, F! M ,. s-4' 'L.n.. ff- we is , ' K o s s' EF"- """is T",4i rv x X 113, . f of 'xiii fl ,V W X , X , 1 f 'iv rf W WS XX - -1? t any f, U a s 'F' . I I.. :asa -iigi ,a"4: Jli,, 3 v if g . 5 1 ' nag" it -h - -I K if l gk pw 'r ' 4 G. Musnc lman D. Musselman Marshall Tuorrey Horn Frey Y ' Fx! , r QT' X 4 1' fiwff' elf Swanson Hopp Katona Hamilton Snyder Glllen Burk' Q- F 5- U Q- Qc I Cs ll l ' gr 'f ' Rlxor Hart Willeke Musgrave Smithson Drummond Spoon 'D , Q g A W nr' ' tb - A' gk, - l X Xl - Y' E ' is omg ,s . , l r ,- g 9 at .. w ,xx , Hemmerly Thacker Sink Wilcox George Dibble Links 'ff . " as 9 ' ' l, gy. , yn .ivy ,, f V 4 1 6 ' J la. 2 xr I " - ' A 1 - - Parnell B wn Essinqer Shively Long Iohnson McKee FHESHMEN CLASS UFFIIIEHS Doris Musgrave, Secretaryp Eugene Frey. Vice Presidentp Shirley Prater, Treas- urer: Shirley Edgington, President. After an eight year pull, we finally rated the honor of being part of the high school. After close inspection we found there weren't too many battle scars. We shall remember initiation the rest of our lives, with a smile on our faces, thinking how ridiculous our friends looked. To all under classmen we would like to say, "The sophomore bite isn't quite as bad as their bark." We worked hard to arrange a hayride at Halloween, but for several reasons it turned out to be a party at the gym. Like all other high school classes our thoughts often turn to money. By means of two bake sales we earned a few pennies to spend when we are seniors. We have had very good success in collecting tax stamps this year. One of the big privileges, we were so grateful for, was the opportunity to attend all high school dances. We are looking forward to three more years packed with fun tand hard study, of coursel. J ' I ,1 ,. 3- 6- -- is Slaley 5 " s. , . F' Siewart Edgington Flowers F V F N 5 QQ IQ, L Marshall Musgrave Ieflerson -as a. 9' 8 0 rg' 5. 'M .'f':"e?n i .-,. ik. Rizor Lawrence Iohnson 5- ' -' K K 5 . Horn Parcher Merriman C , ' '55 ,x Green Frederick Fry V A - s lhll ' Pierce Hemmerly Oliver , -4 . A i Lx Harrold Cooper Anderson e 4- V' ' r for g h 7 - - 'fx 'Vi Q f Boyd Cramer McKee . . 5' 1 6 Q .' N . x ff f' J 'K . ,,p Switzer Rucker Humphrey Grubb ff, - .1 ff r- . m , ikff' . V , 1 1- Fraler Price Humphrey Harman X 5, . ' cl. 3' K V e X 4 ,X I '."?.'z , H , v ,- Ralliil Brunlrhari Fewell Elcesaor 5 c. S- A ' Y 'Ps is r e llil 9 ,sy AAN Getz Post Anspach Zimmerman Mx: ,Q S , F' ., x , A X I , 1 1 ' f x J, Gobrechl Laiierty Iones Conley x O 5 Q 1 X Spencer Gillen Wright Fink F S Cf f , Kalb Elwood Slewari Corwin SNAPAS 0 f A 5 Amazon?. . .Where's Lawrence?. . .Always studying, Bob?. . .Ain't love grand? . . .Monkey. . .lust posing. . .Going somewhere? . . . Growing boys. . .Green Thursday. . .Camera shy. . .Really now! . . .Cheering section. . .Seniors of yesterday. . .After the ball. . .A steady twosome. . . f i9 73,-f'ii' X E W2 - v f f 21 Z EIGHTH llHllllE Front How: G, Nllrwulley, D. Musqrcrve, C. l,.llCAlWlIJ, K, Winc'llv'X, l., Oates, D. lldrp, S. Currmr, A lll1IHL3l1I'C"Y, H. flmk, B. Kmrlfrle, L. S. Mrller, M. Oliver, H. Shively. Second Row: Mr. Gerflf-n, E Llorrllrwrrrrl, C. lvlclilnley, l. Kellogg, B. Mcl.r1uql1lm, L. lollifl, S. Krall, ll. Simpswn, B. Sperm, VV Bush, L. L. Mrller, ll. lhckfrr, K. Baum. Third How: M. Ruger, T. Shf-els, C. lrdwe, G, Swnrmpn C, Vfrllvlce, I. Cory, S. lrullrlf, F. Sv-crrloss, V. Fliqsby, C. McKee, C. Waller. Fourth Row: l.. lily-l ll. llmlcrwnrlelalrw, ll. MllSfIlClVC, G. VV1lllOlllS, D, Kidd, D. Clark, Y, Henirm, A. Melvin, E. VVrll-:ms llrlllllrr GRADE From Row: K. Kumble, P. Shielrls, M. Hempy, M. Weber, H. Reed, R. Bash, W. Worvdurcl, G, Pnrsell G, llorn, E. Knapp, Mr. Brcmks. Second Row: R. Gobrovlrl. M, Cooper, M. Thcrrker, B. Kellorrrr. l, Tllell, D. Thompson, ll. Kcluble, l. Prater, C. McKee, ll. Vrfrlcox, I. Pcllrrck. Third How: l. Burmell S. Sons, I, Drumrnorrcl, D. Gillen, I. Willicnrs, P, Kr'orrrrrrm', P. Draper, G. Pqrsell, B. Burk, I, Kmrlrlw B, Humphrey. SIXTH EHHHE First Row: Hodge, Frederick, Trissler, Frederick, Spearman, Brankhart, Eewell, lohnson, Willeke Raqer. Second Row: Edqinqton, Reed, Moats, llearn, Evans, Snyder, Brown, Lab, Elwood, Post Third Row: Mrs. Throllceld, Griibbs, l-lemmerly, Searls, Tracy, Phillips, Parsell, Getz, Burnett Musgrave, Durrenberqer, Fourth Row: Miller, Habberrnan, Driimnrcrici, Corwin, Hart, Duren berqer, Wright, Corwin, Hart, Ross. Fifth Row: liumplirey, Gardner, McElfresh, Kromer, Sink Hipsher, McKee, Lahr, Lamb, Crawford, Boehm, Hatliff. FIFTH EHHHE First Row: Kalb, Buess, Clifford, lolliff, Schlatter, Phillips, Madison, Weber, Dunn. Second Row Thacker, Miss Garver, Daniels, Clifford, Crawford, Stewart, Forney, Loveless, Ulrich, Miller, Stewart Third Row: Ellcessor, Hall, Searles, Crawford, Shields, Williams, Kemerly, Webb, Lonq, Draper Fourth Row: Cramer, Cramer, Kear, Eatherton, Tuorrey, D. Halsey, Harp, Van Atta, Ellcessor Absent: Harrold, McKee, Pierce, Spoon, McFarland. FUUHTH GRADE 'li ., l..L,,. , -'---1-- , First Row: Clifford, Melvin, Gnlwle, Phillips, Kildow, Elwood, Madison, Iohnson, Hempy, Stephan, Willeke. Second Row: Miss Lnqlfind, llull, Moals, Musgrave, Bash, Sheels, Swanson, Snider, Shivoly, Spoon, Quail, Third Row: l'ars'-ll, Seelnacli, Pcnlinq, Horn, Humphrey, Snider, Evans, Lawrence, Elnnlli, Heed, MvK--in Fourth Row: Drummond, Goble, Polulnik, Goble, Bliss, Sliively, Dibble, Cavinee, llumphiey, Beelim, Winrlle, THIRD GRADE Wv 4,0 First Row: Walton, Trissler, Willianis, McKee, Fewell, Ralliff, Staley, Dilley, Miller, Buess, Fewell. Second Row: Miss Baker, Liliana, Myers, Miller, Smith, McKee, Newliarler, Frederick, Eathericin, Flowers, Brunkhait, Diapi-1, lrflis, lim. Third Row: Van Atta, Packer, Tracy, Pierce, Miller, Ellcessor, Lalir, Forney, l.Iliriqei', Gault, lloin, K-illv, llarris. Fourth Row: Kemeily, Gault, Rizor, Pierce, Rizcxr, liiqslwy, Marshall, Tlianipson, Klitilllidf, Hunipliiey, Long, Gillon, Hauqhdoubler. SECOND GRADE First Row: l-lodqe, Schwartz, Weber, Betts, Farrison, Lawrence, Shively, Trissler, Price, Ulrich, Kilclow, Mosscnqor, Ellcessor, Second Row: Mrs. Fortney, Burk, Forney, Lawrence, Daniels, Barlow, Gtxttlt, Stttno, Wriqlit, Lot-th, Athca, Hizor, Kildow, Mrs. Kelloqq. Third How: Stewart, Weber, Searls, Wilkins, llanl-uns, Clawson, Ctawlortl, Fink, llull, Lawrence, Houqhontlobler, Messmer. Fourth Row: Gartlner, Walttws, Shields, Soulliwarti, Snider, Green, Miller, Gault, Poling, Musgrave. Absent: Cavinee, Durvnberqer, Landon, Snytier, Sheets, Pellerin, Powell. FIRST GRADE Flnt Row: Betts, Columber, Clifford, Evans, Hemmerly, Lamb, Gcult, Folumlee. Frederick, Buess, Phillips, Ulrich, Reef, Leeth, Snider, Wilkinqs, Myers, Tracy. Second Row: Goble, Curl, Hemmerly, Fabo, Gault, Green, Crawford, Balmer, Kromer, Bayless, Bell, Ray, Simmons, McMahon, Walters, Walton, Miss Iclces. Third Row: Mrs. Swaqer, Rabberman, Wren, Naus, Ropp, Stumpp, Winebrenner, Mahan, McKee, Shirk, McLaughlin, Miller, Searls, Packer, Powell, Long. Fourth Row: Frey, Hamilton, Humphrey, Beecher, Linke, Latham, Huston, Burnett, Prater, Kearfhbsent: Switzer, Rigsby, Derrinqer. SNAPS 'T 'lan f.,lf' Don Eagle and his squaw. . .McGuire Sisters. . .Cunning. . .Who'd a thunk it? . . .Facsimile of Goose Tatum. . .ls it cold?. . .They're tor the birds. . .Guess who . . .Come on-a-my house. . .Where's Duane?. . .So beautiful so young. . .Lone wolf. . .Sleepyheads. . .Good listener. . .Wha'd'ya srnell?. . .Leroy was here. . . Sink it. . .What a shape. . .Dig those crazy limbs. . .Did Ohlin teach ya? .AS gg Si-HZ, gm mxxfw'-X 9 . q x fu'fq M J I 9 1 TZ f . v Nw mms ' 4 H J145 ' X I -'14 Wy. M ,fir B I, 'i Z5 . G ' ff- , -.rpm .A A ' ' 1 MWF I ' I f M! -.. ,,-mf - 3 MA I: 'U I hx ' FUUTBALL It was a joyous crowd that left the Upper Sandusky football stands one night early last fall. Because of one touchdown and a goal kick, our team had defeated Richwood, winning their first game of the season. It was a wonderful beginning for any team starting a new season, and it made a tremendous arousal of the school spirits of the Forest fans. During the several weeks that followed, our team battled through league games taking defeat with success. Then came the most important game of the season, the game would either make them victors of the season or degrade them before the eyes of their fans. With a good team and a desire to win, our team met the Kenton Wildcats: but despite the effort they put out, Kenton topped our score by eight points. Even though they had lost the game they wanted most to win, their football season wasn't over. They played five more opposing teams, winning two games, tying in two ontakes and losing to Columbus Grove, which is a league opponent that they would like to defeat almost as much as they want to defeat Kenton. All in all, it could be summed up as a fairly good season for the team. Perhaps the team benefited by defeat. They were a new team: many of them having never played too often in the real game. Their being defeated didn't necessarily mean that they had few good qualities as a team, but that teams of rivaling schools have built themselves to better with-hold their opponents. Teams in years to follow will have to strive to obtain better team work and as a single body work on the weak links of their previous successors. As a whole, the student body was with the team and they will all be cheer- ing for the time when the Rangers will be tops in the Conference. l SPONSORED BY THE "BOOSTER CLUB". FUHEST RANGERS Front Row Boyd Musgrave Prxce Rrzor Zxmmerman Musgrave Woolley Flowers Stewart McKee Woolley Second Row Post I-lam1lton Spoon Harman McKee Gordon Lehman Waller Wedertz Merrrman Third Row Mr Gordon Seymour Conley Ielferson Holtzmuller Kauble Cramer Hemmerly Rizor, Iohnson Iohnson Parsell Mr Wrllouqhby Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest y VARSITY Fin! Row: Gary Lehman, Itm Hamilton, Bill Wooley, Vince Cramer, Elmer Seymour, Bob Iohnson, Bill Parsell, Roger Snyder. Second Row: Mr. Willoughby, lim Johnson, Smokey Merriman, Ioe Conley, Vernon l-lemmerly, Monk Wedertz, Lloyd Waller. Football season was scarcely over until we found ourselves engaged in basketball. Losing the first game to Mt. Victory, we wondered if We could recover enough to place in the league. It was a neck-and-neck race as all the other teams were aiming for that goal, also. We made a speedy recovery from that first defeat. Hardin Northern was our greatest competitor this year as we had to meet them twice. But true to the fact that the best team wins, we were fairly beaten by them both times. These were our better opponents with whom we were happy to place in the league. , Even though we lost out in the tournament we truly feel that our 1954 basketball squad Will long be remembered. Forest... Mt. Victory Forest. . . .... Marseilles . Forest. . . .... Roundhead Forest Ada ....... Forest Wapakoneta Forest H. Northern Forest McGuffey .. Forest Alger .... Forest Ridgeway . Forest Wharton . . Forest H. Northern Forest McGuffey .. Forest Sycamore . Forest Salem ..... Forest H. Northern RESERVES Pint Row: Lloyd Waller, Harold Wedertz, Joe Conley. lim Iohnson, Iames Iefferson. Second low: Ronald Horn, LeRoy Merriman, Vernon l-lemmerly, Bill Holtzmuller, Ronald Rtzor, Mr. Gordon. Although most of our attention is centered on the Varsity team, anyone who followed our Reserves discovered some wonderful team workmanship in these boys. The best of all is that many of these boys have a couple more years with our tearn. Our success lies within their reach and only a deep interest and an earnest desire to gain it will put them on the road to victory. They, too, rnet some rough opponents. However they came through with a 7-5 record in favor of victories. We'll be looking forward to next year when they rack up a 12-0 win for that record book and for the prestige of our school. Forest ......... 39 Mt. Victory .... 34 Forest .... . . .42 Marseilles .... .40 Forest .... . . .33 Roundhead . . . .34 Forest Ada ....... Forest Wapakoneta Forest H. Northern Forest McGuitey .. Forest Alger .... Forest Ridgeway . Forest Wharton . . Forest H. Northern Forest McGuffey .. Forest Sycamore . Forest Salem .... ,IV HUMECUMINE Lois McMaster: Carolyn Clinger, Oueeny and Mona Fortney. For the 1953 Annual Homecoming the student body selected three senior girls to reign during the night oi October 9. Carolyn Clinger, who received the highest number of popular votes, was queen with Lois McMaster and Mona Fortney chosen as attendants. During the half time show the queen and her attendants entered the field in a blue Chrysler convertible. They were escorted from the automobile by lim Iohnson and Bill Holtzmuller, captain and co-captain for the evening. The girls received a spray of giant mums. Queens of previous homecomings were given recognition, also. Despite the tact that there was much cheering from the lovely sovereign section and the other spectators, our Rangers were defeated by the Kenton Wildcats. In a festively dressed auditorium Carolyn was crowned queen, and an evening of entertainment was provided for home-town students and visitors from Kenton. SPONSORED BY CAVINEFS RESTAURANT A-4 'HY' S.. Doris Human Mlrlam Burk Iocmne Hemmorly Audrey Switzer Carolyn McKinley Betty Packer Shirley Smhhson Kay Baum SNAPS High Point Man! . . .ln the good old days. . .Music lovers. . .Lose Dave?. . . Poison Pot Patter. . .Chief paster. . .Two little squirts. . .Seniors masterpiece. . . All work and no play. . .Must have been funny. . .Custer surrounded by Indians . . .Curtain call. . .Little fuqitives. . . All smiles. . .Deadbeats. . .Cauqht red- handed. . .When do we eat?. . .Who stole the weddinq bell?. . .Biq Stiff.. . Tliere's cheaper ways to drown one's troubles. . .Four-year man. aww LK 9 STUDENT CUUNUIL EIHST SEMESTER First Row: Mrs. l-loltzmuller, Marsha Packer, Carolee Curran, Audrey Switzer, Miriam Burk, Donna Anderson, Shirley Edgington, Marilyn Getz, Mr. Baum. Second Row: Geneva Gobrecht, Phyllis Iones, Roger Snyder, Vince Cramer, Lawrence McKee, Mary Gillen, Doris Harman. OFFICERS President ........ ........... . . Geneva Gobrecht Vice President ..... .... V incent Cramer Secretary ........ .... D oris Harman Treasurer. . . . . ....... . . . . . . . . Phyllis Tones The Student Council of the first semester sponsored a pep rally the night before the Kenton football game. We had a weiner roast and a snake dance through the streets. Afterwards the cheerleaders led a few cheers and there were speeches by the coaches and a representative of the team. We sponsored a Halloween Party and invited the seventh and eighth grades. There was round and folk dancing and we had a fairly good attend- ance. In November we decided to send letters to all the Forest boys that were in the service at Christmas. Being a member of the Student Council is a busy and rewarding job. We are certain that the succeeding members will carry on the tasks of the organi- zation with great success and much interest. STUDENT EUUNEIL SEEUNII SEMESTER Second Row: Rose Parcher, David Post, Barbara Burk, Roger Snyder, Vincent Cramer, Kay Kratt, Nancy Marshall. First Row: Mrs. l-loltzmuller, Carolee Curran, Marsha Packer, Audrey Switzer, Carolyn Clinger, Ruth Elwood, lanice Zimmerman, Shirley Edgington, Mr. Baum. The first meeting for the members serving the second semester on the Student Council was held Ianuary 4, 1954, with fourteen members present. The following people held an office: President ......... . . . Barbara Burk Vice President .... ...... R uth Elwood Secretary ...... .,.. N ancy Marshall Treasurer .................................... Carolyn Clinger This year we made a special effort to get a large contribution for the "54" March of Dimes campaign, collecting money from each organization and class in school. Each took a great interest and gave freely: thus we were successful in getting a nice sum. We sponsored an informal Valentine party at which many students enjoyed a pleasant evening of entertainment. We took it on our shoulders to start a fund for window curtains in the auditorium. Plans for a carnival began to take form. Each class had some small task to do. Our greatest hope is that the school will be so pleased with this year's carnival that they will want to make it an annual event. We hope the people who succeed in Student Council enjoy doing things for our school as much as we have, HUNUH suciizri Back How. Left: Audrey Switzer, Doris Harman, Phyllis lone-s, Sally Edgington, Delores Overly, Sharleno Spearman, Mr. Brooks. Front Row, Left: Arlene Hemmerly, Mona Fortney, Marcia Staley, Carole Lohman, Lois McMaster, Carolyn Krout. Unlike most organizations, our Honor Society meets but two times a year, one time to make a tour at a college, and the other meeting at the annual banquet. Last fall our ten members met with the others in the county to go to Columbus to get a glimpse of college life at Ohio State, Besides looking for old high school grads, cute boys, and for places to sit down to get off our feet, we found the tour only too interesting. We were given lots of information about the stadium by a guide who either had a severe case of laryngitis or was afraid of talking loud enough to be heard. tWe watched some ianitors sweeping the bleachersl We visited the University's broadcasting station, WOSU, and the hospital. We were in many other university buildings, but the lectures given in those two fields were most outstanding. We spent the noon hour in the Union Building. After lunching in the cafeteria, we spent the remaining time being shown around by some Forest grads. l guess as has every touring group before us, the group and the guide became separated. Possibly they didn't know, or care, but they didn't have lady counselors. I'in sure glad the guide came when he did. We were too tired from walking to worry about two frantic women. The spring banquet was held April l4. After the candle-lighting service, which made the juniors official members, entertainment was provided. Ten- nyson Guyer was guest speaker. GIRL? EHUHUS First Row: S. Erlqinalon, Parkor, R. ilinnphroy, Golwrechl, Pierce, Crwpfir, Anspavli, Nliimrave Spunvw, Kopp, Thiel, F11-rlviiuk, Andoisciri, Slvwart, Second How: Curran, Fralwr, Fink, Mvrilzvr Clinavr, Krmil, Zimmerman, NVilloku, Irilinson, Lang, Getz, Burk, Hemmerly, Swilzvi, Spearman Kalb, Mr. Shvllhammer, Third Row: Homnierly, Lehman, Tracy, Patrick, Trary, Smilh, Oveirly llciliinsan, Anllvisori, Larwlrin, Krall, Marshall, Swanson, Hart, Essinqor, Sialoy, Switzer, Vkliiiqlil Fourth Row: Swllais, lohnsrin, Wolior, 'I'liavl:er, ljdqinqton, Dilililv, Burk, Millar, Lanrlriri, lliimplii-fy lYll'LlIHIllUI1kl, Sniilhsvn, Irinvs, llarniun, Forlnwy, lioukwcll. BUYS EHUBUS cf' f i lx we is A' ' -F" X 9 , - ,rn W lisp WAKE? K I L I First Row: Mr. Slivllliaiimivi, Corwin, C. lolirison, Laffwrly, Zimmerman, D. Parsvll, Musgrave, Piivo, A. llarn, Mvliuv, W. livin. Second Row: Fowcrll, Boyd, llamillon, Snyder, Harmon, G. Miisscilman, Wilcuix, llusl, LQ. Fwy, Engle, Sink. Third Row: D. Miisselnian, li. Horn, Staley, B. Iolirison, lvln'Maslvi, B. Parsvll, Rash, Kaiiblw, D. Fioy, Brunkhart. BAND " .00 1 HW 431' I ,lg 'L SPONSORED BY RALPH BALMER. MUTUAL NEW YORK INSURANCE SENIUH BAND MEMBERS A band tuning up to a B-flat scale, the crooked lines as the band marched up and down the practice field, cold, icy fingers fumbling for the right keys, big drops of rain making one big blur of our music,-these are only a few of the memories of this year's band rehearsals. Being ardent supporters of our football squad, we followed them to most of the games. Not only did we boost the cheering section, but prided ourselves in putting on interesting shows during the halt-time. During the summer and fall we entered several holiday parades and other events in neighboring communities. Like always, we ended marching band with the annual fall supper. After a month in concert band, we gave a concert which was the last to be directed by Mr. Balmer. Contests came next on the agenda. Everyone, especially Mr. Shellhammer, was glad when they were over. Then we started to get ready for our spring concert and the music festival held at Kenton. Those were the last band performances for our senior members. They only listened when the band played at graduation service. FUTURE HUMEM1-iKEHS UP AMERICA First Row: Curran, Edgington, Packer, Humphrey, Anderson, Anspach, Musgrave, Pierce, Staley, Elwood, Fewell. Second Row: Oliver, Stewart, Hemmerly, Mentzer, Clinger, Ropp, Willeke, Johnson. Ratlitt, Cooper, Fink. Third Row: Mrs. Gordon, Tracy, Edgington, Smithson, Tracy, Hart, Swanson, Frater, Cooper, Brown, Thiel. Fourth Row: Miller, lohnson, Landon, Iollift, Rizor, Weber, Patrick, Cramer, Landon, Smith, Robinson, Sellars. The Future Homemakers ot America was organized at Forest High School in 1939. Its national motto is "Forward New Horizons." The colors of red and white were selected to symbolize home living. The chapter this year has forty-eight members and they selected as their: President .......... Marsha Packer Secretary. . . . . . Sally Edgington Historian ...... .... L ouise Ratlitt Song Leaders. . . .... Susan Ropp Shirley Patrick Parliamentarian. .. Carolyn Clinger Vice President ...... Miriam Mentzer Treasurer ..... . . . Ioann Weber Reporter ........... Carolee Curran Money Makers ...... Virginia Iolliff, Marilyn Anderson, Donna Robin- son, Eileen Thiel The chapter has participated in several activities this year. They have had a bake sale, sold greeting cards, entertained the F.F.A. and as always the FPA. and F.H.A. held their annual Parent, Son and Daughter Banquet. Several ot the members went to the county F.H.A. meeting at Alger with Miriam Mentzer chosen as our Historian. FUTURE FARMERS UF RMERIIJR Y 2 gs lg! QQ? D6 First Row: V. llemmcrly, R. Horn, L. McMaster, V. Cramer, E. Seymoure, I. Conley, D. Flowers. Second Row: W. llwrn, A. llorn, N. Conley, H. Fewell, D. Parsell, R. Woolley. Third Row: Mr. Wootlbtnri, W. Wilcox, D. liauble, C. Bash, R. Snyder, I. Stewart. OFFICERS President .......... Vincent Cramer Vice President ..... Elmer Seymoure Secretary ...... .. Louis McMaster Treasurer .... .. Donald Flowers Reporter .... .... H onald Horn Sentinel ............... Ioe Conley There were twentyssix members in the Future Farmers ot America, six ot whom graduated. The chapter also has twenty honorary members. Quite a busy organization, we had a scrap drive, had crop projects, sold garden seed, candy and cards. As annual projects we sponsored a Christmas party and a F.F.A.fF.l-LA. Banquet. We also had a pancake and sausage supper which proved to be a success. The chapter sent delegates to State convention and teams tor the judging contests at Columbus. We had booths at both the county and the State fair for which we received blue ribbons. The members received many awards and ribbons tor their entries exhibited at the fairs. Our activeness is giving good training to become successful community farmers in the future. SPONSORED BY HERZOG LIME AND STONE JUNIUH CLASS PLAY First Row: Spearman, Overly, Kalb, Humphrey, Edgington, Zimmerman, Switzer. Second Row: Mr. Gordon, Iohnson, Gordon, Cramer, Cook, Iohnson, Eatherton, Iones, Harman. The play selected by this year's Iunior Class was MEN ARE LIKE STREET- CARS and was under the direction of Mr. Paul Gordon. This play revolves around teen-agers and their amorous experiments, triumphs, and adventures. Trying to solve the problems of the world, Maudie finds her friends and family deserting her. However, one of her many lives and systems finally pays off and she once more becomes the leader of the household. All of this leads to a very delightful play. The characters involved in this three-act Comedy were: Mrs. Mason, mother ........................... Sally Edgington . . . . .Tom Eatherton . . . .Audrey Switzer Mr. Mason, dad .............,... Maudie, their younger daughter .... Sylvia, their older daughter .... Ioy, a cousin ........... Lysbeth, Maudie's friend .... Mrs. Allen, her mother .... Alix, Maudie's friend ..... Mrs. Day, her mother .... Iulie, Maudie's friend .......... Mrs. White, her mother. . Davy, Maudie's part-time Ierry, Sylvia's friend ..... Ted, Sylvia's friend ..... Chi, any girl's steady... Margaret, the maid .... steady ..... . . . .Doris Harman .....Phyllis Iones . . . . .Shirley Kalb . . . . . . .Betty Iohnson . .Ianice Zimmerman . . . . . .Delores Overly .Sharlene Spearman . . . . . . .Carolyn Krout . . . . .Bob Gordon . . . .Vincent Cramer .. .. ...Charles Cook ...........Iim Iohnson Geraldine Humphrey SENIUB CLASS PLAY First How: Mrs. l-loltzmuller, Alice Rizor, Donna Smith, Marilyn Anderson, Carolee Curran, Miriam Mentzer, Marsha Packer, Marcia Staley, Lois McMaster. Second Row: Virginia lollift, Evelyn Tracy. Ioann Weber, Barbara Burk, Geneva Gobrecht, Mona Fortney, Carole Lehman, Mr. Pine. Third Row: Paul Staley, Bob Iohnson, Clayton Bash, Louis McMaster, Bill Holtzmuller, Arlene I-lemmerly, Lawrence McKee, Esther Sellars. Spring not only brought the birds back from the South, but it also brought many people to see the three-act comedy, "Love it Too Much Trouble," staged by the seniors on March 18 and 19. Differing from other plays, we had two casts of girls, which aroused public interest and took the monotony out of rehearsals. The scene was set in the "Poison Pot", a college hangout, where the college students brought their troubles, spent a great deal of time, and little money. It all ended very happily for everyone. OUR CAST "Toasty" ...... ..... M arcia Staley and Carole Lehman Ioe Burke ................ .................. B ill Holtzmuller "Pinky" Hamilton .......... . . . . . . . . . . . .Lawrence McKee Ogden "Oggy" McClosky ......................... Paul Staley Connie Ashton ............... Carolee Curran and Esther Sellars Ebb Dunham. . . .... Ioann Weber and Miriam Mentzer Flo Dunham ...... .... E velyn Tracy and Shirley Patrick Shirley Bradford ..... ....... L ois McMaster and Barbara Burk Sugar Lou Iackson ........ Marsha Packer and Arlene Hemmerly Monica Bates ................................... Mona Fortney Mrs. I. Worthington Bates.Marilyn Anderson and Donna Robinson Dr. Pillsy ...................................... Robert Iohnson Miss Emily Ross .... ..... D onna Smith and Geneva Gobrecht Cliff Hayward .... ..................... L ouis McMaster Prompters ........ .... V irginia Iolliff and Alice Rizor Stage Manager .... .................. C layton Bash BUS PATHUL First Row: D. Slnwart, R. Buess, R. Spearman, D. Elwood, D. Tracy. Second Row: Mr. Thomas If. Horn, R. Bash, D. Harp, M. Lamb, L. Phillips. SCHUUL PATHUL First Row: R. Hood, D. Shields, G. Van Atla, l. Dunn, L. Thacker, L. Elcessor, T. Reed. Second Row: FI. SlC1l1fjlllC'l, A. Muzsqravo, B. Brown, l. Drummond, C. Ratlilf, L. Daniels. Third Row: H. Gobrechl, ii. Durenborqer, ll. llauble, D. Gillen, Mr. Baum. BUS DRIVERS , 4' , . 3-W . ,hgh gh Xi, Edward Betts, Morris Burk, Clarence Dilley, Amil Fredrick, Herman Musgrave. CUUKS Gladys Lehman Ellen Musgrave JANITUHS S Herman Musgrave Clair Welherill ANNUAL STAFF M "Tho Boss' '... Mr. Pine Editor-in-chief .... ....... A rlene Literary Editor . . . ........ Marcy Art Editors .... .... B arb 6. Donna Alumni , . . ....... Evelyn Sports ........... .,..... B ob G Bill Assistant Editors .... Mona QS Carole Business Manager ......... Geneva Photo Editor .,................ Lois Advertising ....... Lawrence 61 Paul Iunior Representative ...... Audrey 60 No one person can be held responsible for this mess!! We can honestly say that the whole kit and kaboodle of the Senior Class qot their dirty little rnitts in on this. We hope that you who read this enjoy it as much as We enjoy bringing it to you. JUNIUR RED CHUSS O OP Robert Bash, Connie Lodge, Louise Ratliff, Arlene I-Iemmerly, Mr. Thomas, Lois Thacker, Carolyn Krout. SNAPS 'lb-nun ,f 'va It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a ---? Dig that goofy grin. . .Must be interesting. . . Down by the riverside. . .Catch any f1ies?. . .Whcri's in the baskei?. . .0h, those slumber parties! . . .Monroe's understudy. . .Busy beavers. . .George chopped up cherry trees. . .She's never grown up. . .Minnie Ha Ha. . .The Athletic type ...What you get to laugh about, Kay'?. . .My, how they've changed. . .Tracy Sisters. . .Is that you, Caro1ee?. . .Can't you iind a seat, Ianet?. . .Bow Wow! . . . Semething's missing somewhere. 4 r 4 TURNER'S GRILL Forest, Ohio M. R. HOWARD and S O N S Phone B1 Forest, Ohio Success to the Class of 54 THE CORNER MARKET Forest, Phone 71 Ohio F UREST n F oresi Gram and Supply IM P L E M E N T FOREST OHIO Ph 70 Buyers of Grain and Seed FOREST OHIO Best Wishes to Class ot 1954 NEISWANDER INSURANCE AGENCY Forest, Ohio SCHOTT'S STYLE THE SHUPPE LUIS SHUPPE Ladies' APPCU' Fores Oh Best Wishes cmd C 'mf nn. F. E. FREED C1 f 1954 DENTIST FOREST OHIO Best Wishes to h Class ot 195 Fore Oh FOREST LOCKER SERVICE Forest, Ohio DALE E. COOPER C 1 Royster Field Tested of Fertilizers H . s aw HARMAITS TAVERN Bali 25131 F Oh Forest, Ohio Compliments of PAUL'S RECREATION .IERROLD'S MEN 'S CLOTHING Kenton, Ohio F Oh SNIDER'S SHELL STATION Washing cmd Lubrication Shell Gasoline and Oil Firestone and Goodyear Tires Batteries, Permanent Anti-Freeze. Accessories Prompt and Courteous Service FOREST, OHIO vuulpiuuel 1 ls of JOHN OZBUN General Blacksmithing and Repairs I-lcetylene Welding N. Patterson Street Phone 274-I Forest, Ohio Compliments of WALTER'S TREE SERVICE, INC. Forest, Ohio Best Wishes to Class of 1954 LESTER THOMAS Diamonds 0 Watches 0 Silverware Findlay, Ohio Compliments of Cooper Tires 6. Tubes Admiral 6 G. E. Appliances COOPER SERVICE You may PGY more But You can't HANCOCK HARDWARE buy 313 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio better Phone 5 540 S. Main Findlay, Ohio ELMER ROPP AND SONS Compliments of SOFT WATER AND DELIVERY LE ROI COMPANY Transo Mixer Division PART-TIME PLUMBING Dunkirk, Ohio Forest, Ohio FISHEHS KING TRAILER SALES 24-HOUR SHELL 17 to 40 ff. ssnvlcs STATION 1' and Zbedfoom AND RESTAURANT The low overhead lot You sctve S ss Route 68 6- 3ON HOUSE TRAILERS Phone: Arlington 73F1l Wmile north of Williamstown, Ohio A1'1iIl9f0l'lf 01150 Compi t FARMER' HEMPY'S HARDWARE S SUHIO Hardware and Appliances SERVICE Ph 157 Ph 82 FOREST OHIO FOREST OHIO WEBERIS BODY Bggi Wighgg SHOP McBRIDE FURNITURE Satisfaction guaranteed STORE Phone 103-I FOREST OHIO FOREST OHIO Congratulations to The Class of '54 CRAMER BROTHERS SHIELD'S FUNERAL HOME FOREST OHIO FOREST, OHIO Congratulations PAUL ANSPACH to Phone 222 The Class of '54 M. A. HOGAN ELEVATOR FOREST OHIO GRANT, OHIO TRAXLER PLUMBING FOREST, OHIO Compliments of The Chiet Dairy Products Company Manufacturers ot fine dairy products Phone: 257 U S d k Oh Best Wishes to Class of '54 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK E ery Banking Ser F DIC I on D FOREST, OHIO BASINCER JEWELRY STORE AND STUDIO Elgin and Gruen Watches FOREST, OHIO H. BAILEY 8: SONS CO. READY-MIX CONCRETE BUILDERS SUPPLIES BURIAL VAULTS Shop Al NOURSE'S SEPTIC TANKS KENTON, OHIO Phone 4023 KENTON, OHIO Good Luck Best Wishes and to Best Wishes Class of "54" to Class of "54" IDEAL MARKET KENTON, OHIO EDDIE'S FINE FOOD DUNKIHK, OHIO C I CHARLES PRICE KENTON, OHIO BLANCHARD STATION ELEVATOR G 'ns Feeds Seeds Paint C Ph 4 1220 R ii 1 DUNKIRK OHIO THE U. S. COMMISSION "We aim to Serve to Sell Again" Grain Feeds Coal Farm Su lie UPPER SANDUSKY OHIO BORDENS MILK PRODUCTS GI n March 0 Distributor FOREST OHIO Good Luck cmd Best Wishes to Class of "54" PAUL L. J ULLIFF STOCKYARD LIVESTOCK TRUCKING LIVESTOCK SERVICE FOREST, OHIO JACKIES DANCE STUDIO TAP ACROBAT BALLET Forest, Ohio Best Wishes To The Class of "54" Compliments of Dr' G' B' Vanaua MD' Dr. and Mrs. Holizmuller FOREST, OHIO 74 Good Luck to Class of "54" FARM Marguerite's Beauty Shop Forest, Ohio Phone 172 Universal Distributors, Inc. Forest, Ohio Slliilf Forest, Ohio Compliments of FOREST LUMBER AND SUPPLY Forest Tin Shop Dick Willson Pofesff Ohio "Everything to Build I Anything" Garner s Poultry Top Prices Paid for Phone 298 Eggs 0 Cream 0 Poultry BURTGN SNIDER Fresh Eggs, Dressed Roasts and Fryers Forest' Ohm Available at all times Phone 106 Forest, Ohio "lt Pleases Us To Please You" KOEHLER'S GREENHOUSES. INC. Flowers for every occasion Area Wide Delivery Upper Sandusky, Ohio WILSON'S TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE U.S. Royal Tires Recapping and Vulcanizing Upper Sandusky, Ohio COTf1P1i1'1'l9T1TS Compliments of ot PATTERSONS THE DAILY CHIEF UNION Upper Sandusky, Ohio Now in our Second Century Established 1849 418 S. Main Street Findlay, Ohio Compliments of Necchi Sewing Center New Used Repairing PHONE 4416 514 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio EVANS TYPEWRITER COMPANY Royal Typewriters Ottice Equipment Findlay, Ohio Compliments of N CLARENCE SELLARS Forest, Ohio 75 B 6. M AUTO PARTS. INC. 125 South Detroit St. Kenton, Ohio "Complete Machine Shop and Parts Service" Phone 4409 or 4024 PFEIFFER'S Home oi Pittsburgh Glass Paints Awnings Picture Framing 209 W. Franklin Phone 4521 Kenton, Ohio THE VOGUE SHOP West Side Square Distinctive Wearing Apparel Kenton, Ohio Compliments of HOME RESTAURANT Kenton, Ohio DON'S HAMBURGERS Kenton, Ohio Compliments MARTIN'S CAFETERIA Kenton, Ohio HARDIN QUARRY COMPANY Blanchard Station, Ohio 76 Best Wishes to Class of "54" HARRY M. STIENER COLONEL ELLIS West Side Square Kenton, Ohio C. E. BASH AND SONS Lime and Fertilizer Spreading Phone: 125F4 Forest, Ohio PEART TRUCKING SERVICE Limestone Spreading Forest, Ohio Compliments of DR. R. A. DECKER Veterinarian Phone: 128 Fores t, Ohio GEORGE BUXTON'S Barber Shop E. Lima St. Forest, Ohio Good Luck FOREST CLEANERS L. M. Edqington Forest, Ohio Compliments of MCDANIEL MOTOR SERVICE Forest, Ohio PACKER'S MARKET "The Family Store" Kirby, Ohio 77 BLUE'S WALGREEN DRUG STORE Dunkirk, Ohio N EWHAUSER HATCHERY Arlington, Ohio Compliments of BLANCHARD GROCERY Blanchard Station, Ohio' BUERGER'S CLEANERS Clecming G Pressing Phone 4619 204 E. Col Kenton, Ohio THE B- S- PORTER SON KENNEDY PRINTING CO. COMPANY Printers ' Stationers F ind1ay's Complete Music Store Letterpress- Offset 530 South Main Phone 525 Office Supplies Findlay, Ohio 219 S. Main Findlay, Ohio Congratulations It You Don't Know Iewelry. from Know Your Ieweler You Can Count On F TURNER-1-'ENSTERMAKER Anythiiq In Iewelry, Diamonds Watches, Silverwar Phone Main Look For This Sign Applignces 78 Findlay, Ohio Next To S. 6 S. Drugs Compliments of FREY'S HARDWARE BRADLEY? Refrigeration Service lewelers and Optometrists Phone: l86F2 Kirby, Ohio Phone: 5215 Kenton, Ohio Best Wishes to The Class of '54 MILLER RADIO SERVICE Forest, Ohio Compliments of BILL'S GARAGE AND RESTAURANT Phone: 1771721 Patterson, Ohio Compliments of ANDERSON'S DAIRY WHIP Patterson, Ohio THE LINOLEUM AND SHADE SHOP Iohn L. Bippus and Son 124 N. Detroit St. Kenton, Ohio Compliments of THE VOGUE SHOP WESTERN AUTQ Distinctive Wearing Apparel ASSOCIATION Kenton, Ohio Phone: 8266 Kenton, Ohio 79 Compliments Compliments Of of PFEIFFER'S HABERDASHERY 5'1'Ep1-1AN'S 501-110 5'1'A'1'10N Forest, Ohio Forest, Ohio Compliments of PATTERSON MARKET Pcttterson, Ohio RUBIN 'S SPORTSHOP Kenton, Ohio Best Wishes HI-IRT'S IEWELRY STORE Phone 193 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of STALDER SISTERS General Store Marseilles, Ohio Compliments Best Wishes to to the Clctss of '54' Clotss of '54' CARL SIMPSON I. E. SIMPSON Forest, Ohio Insurance Agency Phone 45 Forest, Ohio GUS DICK'S COMPLETE FOOD SERVICE "Everyday Low Prices" Kenton, Ohio REXIN'S INCORPORATED Fine Furniture and Appliances East Side Square Phone 7172 Kenton, Ohio MOORE'S STEAK HOUSE 935 N. Detroit Street Kenton, Ohio RURAL ELECTRIC MART. Zenith television and radio Electrical Appliances G Service Forest, Ohio Best Wishes to The Class oi '54 LUTZ VARIETY STORE Forest, Ohio LUAN BEAUTY SHOPPE Mrs. Alma Price Forest, Ohio Compliments of BELL'S BARBER SHOP Forest, Ohio Success to The Class of '54 KROUT'S COAL YARD Forest, Ohio 81 Best Wishes ROOT LUMBER COMRAN Y to Th C1 f '54 e GSS O Everything to Build Anything SEARS ROEBUCK 6. CO. ORDER OFFICE Kenton, Ohio Phone 7234 Kenton, Ohio DAVID WAX COAL COMPANY Kenton, Ohio Compliments of REPPERT AND SONS Farm Supplies Kenton, Ohio Compliments of HORD Kenton, Ohio BOBBI-SUE Kenton, Ohio HARDIN FARM BUREAU OSBORN'S FURNITURE and and APPLIANCES CO-OP ASSOCIATION Kenton, Ohio 910 West Limct St. Kenton, Ohio Compliments Earl Rogers FARM BUREAU INSURANCE CO. Kenton, Ohio CONKLE 6. EDMAN Florists Phone 9226 856 South Main St Kenton, Ohio Compliments of THE ARLINGTON FORD SALES KENTON NATIONAL BANK Phone 55 Arlington, Ohio Kenton, Ohio KIRKLAND BOOTERY "Everything in Shoes But Feet" Phone 6238 Kenton, Ohio HANCOCK COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP. ASSN. For your Farm Supplies Williamstown, Ohio Insure-in sure-Insurance RALPH E. PUGH Insurance ' Bonds - Real Estate Walter Liller Phone 7144 Kenton, Ohio DR. E. F. HOLDGREVE Optometrist Kenton, Ohio 83 RESTAURANT Compliments oi IENKIN'S "A Good Place to Ed!" WHARTON ELEVATOR WhGTTOHf 0110 Wharton, Ohio Compliments of THE WHARTON BANK Complete Banking Service Phone: Wharton 2121 Wharton, Ohio Compliments of Compliments of WHARTON CUSTOM CANNERY AND ELMER VOGEL GROCERY WATER WELL DRILLING Phone: 2755 Phone: 2531 Wharton, Ohio Wharton, Ohio Best Wishes to the Compliments oi Class of '54 WISE'S GARAGE HARRY B. FARRISON Service on Insurance Service Tractors, Trucks G Automobiles Phone' 26 Forest, Ohio 84 ' Wharton, Ohio Best Wishes BOSTON DEPARTMENT to Class of 1954 Shoes ' Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear WILHOIT HARDWARE For the Entire Family Kenton' Ohio North Side oi Square Kenton, Ohio Compliments Good Luck of to Class of "54" GQODSELL THE KENTQN TIMES Kenton, Ohio Kenton' Ohio SEALTS Better Cleaning FOREST MOTOR SALES Helen Strahm, Manager Forest, Ohio 120 N. Main Street Kenton Ohio Compliments KRAUS ot IEWELRY-STORE LQNGBREAK DYE 6 MOLD Kenton, Ohio Kenton, Ohio 85 N B y Y B q t t Best Wishes to C1 of 1954 B A U G H M A N ' S Th Y A N An, Gm, PAUL N. McKINLEY Kenton' Ohio Kenton. Ohio THE KIRBY GRAIN AND SUPPLY MUATS HARDWARE Phone 110 Forest. Ohio Kirby. Ohio CLASSROOM 4 mu es underground '7 It looks like an oil well. It if. But as the picture was taken, the diamond-tipped bit had just broken the world's record. It was entering a brand new "classroom"-nearly 4 miles underground. The Ohio Oil Company had sent it there, at a cost of 8l,500,000, to find out if there are new sources of oil waiting at depths never before explored. As these words are written, it is not yet known whether or not this well will ever produce any oil. But it's sure to produce something even more im- portant: knowledge. New knowledge. And so long as we live in a country where indi- viduals and companies have the incentive to search for new knowledge . . . to find the new way, the better way . . . this nation will continue to move forward. For progress comes from pioneering . . . from a constant search with minds and dollars . . . to find what'is waiting to be found. It comes from attending "classrooms" that are as vast as our own minds . . . as big as our lifetimes. The OHIO OIL Company Producers of petroleum since 1887 Congratulations To Class of 1954 .lACKSON'S FURNITURE STORES 311 S. Main St. ' 320 N. Main St Findlay. Ohio I Compliments ot ' I Findlay. 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