Fostoria High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)

 - Class of 1938

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V 145555. .S SMX, Ag ggggigygiggigiis Mi ima -, HQ, gig' 3? ,Q vggggfgzi hgL'fl51Qqi5e,?i.g,x! .gg LB---1 ,AVR svf ,im .,, vb WM ,, X -, ,-M., . ,- x N xml, V Q P Q, Q HA X .f I U Ex L? Hunninqymm Yi QW' ...li L wzlhihn, if QL, WSW pw- Gig' mwLfh.a, 7938HanL ANNUAL STAFF In future years, while dreamily leaf- ing through the pages ot this annual, remember to be thankful to the staff which recorded your cherished mo- ments of '38 for future reminiscence. The literary heads are shown in the top picture. First Row-Jane Gray, Georges Thacker, Jack Prudden, Phyllis Guernsey, Lucille Hoffman. Second Row-Betty Houghton, Wayne Stoddard, Mr. Nacci. Center and lower photos show the business and circulation departments. Seated-Hal Stout, Gilbert Deckard, Bob Ken- yon, Norma Simendinger, John Orwig. Standing --Mr. Hosler. First Row-Junior Stout, Helen Lowe, Jane Shaw, Sydney White, Albert Gibat. Second Row -Ernest Eckert, Dorothy Gossard, Ollie Jane Jones, Mary Louise Colman, Norma Fruth, Phyllis Ballinger. Third Row-Raymond Yeager, George Anderson, Dorothy Cooper, Wanda Shirk, Dottie Fritchie, Carol Fruth. dglaclc... Qntfw Frequently, in the years that lie ahead, each of us will look upon our high school days as a period filled with the purest, unadulterated joy that we have ever known. Already for sixteen years the Red and Black Annual has lengthened this period in its traditions and influences by clearing the mists that soon would shroud it. l sincerely hope that this, our sea- son's effort, will bring back a refresh- ing memory to each of you at some time in the future. JACK PRUDDEN Our dedication to the class of '38 is best expressed by a sonnet- SEVENTEEN Seventeen-and in the world today- This western world, in mind and spirit free, Partakers of o deathless destiny Undreamed of when the ancient dawn was gray, And early man groped on his trackless way That trophies of his toil you hold in fee, Take them swiftly, ere the years to be Their heavy hands upon your shoulders lay. Heed not the tales the elder people tell Of pain and labor breaking heart and bone, If days be dreary, don the cap and bell, The song discordant, sing the overtone: Though life be lavish or its way be mean, Retain its glamour always-Seventeen. MABEL J. BOURQUIN Jfwdfw Qi! .-it .-1.-.1 is, S K ay V il f Z fm W lmzsfimm 'f wwwrhafauwmhzxswm smz 7, MR. H. L. FORD A.B., M.A. Jim mmm MR. WILLIAM HAWK, A.B., M.A. qi '15 rj" fiffd iii. Jmapmpgg ' As you, the members of the class of l938, ap- proach graduation, it is with feelings of mixed emo- tions about the past, present, and future. Possibly, as you look back into the past, you justly feel it was a task well done, completing twelve years of hard, earnest and continuing effort. Also there may be a feeling of appreciation for the opportunity of securing the foundation ofa training designed to equip you for undertaking harder tasks and assum- ing greater responsibilities than any you have thus far experienced. The present is but a fleeting moment, soon pass- ed. And the future? Problems a plenty will stare you in the face, but they will be met and somehow solved only to have their place taken by others that appear still more challenging. May your next task be carried on with the same success as the one just concludedl R. J. CARTER, Vice President. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION A supreme court for the school--that is a descrip- tion of the Board of Education. lt provides our fac- ulty,,equips our school, acts as the final seat of judgment, and is, in effect, a guiding hand giving the youth of Fostoria the best possible education. Peonies to these men: Left to Right-R. J. Carter, Vice President, H. L. Zemer, Harry Leonard, Clerk Treas- urerg D. D. Schlatter, Presi- dent, F. Kinnaman. i"":-1. 'Sz , ' f 1, .l 444' ,- 3 l O I O I Miss Mabel J. Bourquin, B.S. Mr. O. K. Caldwell, B.A. Miss Helen Crafts, B.A., M.A. Miss Virginia Crawford, B.A English General Science English History Scrivener's Advisor Audubon Nitesak Advisor Lambda Sigma Advisor Senior Class Advisor Dean of Girls Mrs. Mary Chamberlain Mrs. Mildred Davis, B.S. Miss Vera Eger, B.S. Secretary to Superintendent English Mathematics Girl Reserves Sponsor Junior Red Cross Chairman Mr. George Evans, B.S. Mr. Wallace T. Fisher, B.S., Miss Ann Greenfield, B.A. Mr. R. J. Hosler, B.A. Chemistry P.S.M. Commercial Department Commercial Department Senior Science Vocal Music Advisor F.M.D. Advisor Social Science Business Advisor for the An- Senior Class Advisor . nual Hi-Y Advisor Miiigffsllzel Hunt' B'A' Student Council Advisor Girl Reserves Sponsor Mrs. Mildred Mickey Mr. Normand Jones, B.S. Miss Lucille Kanable Mr. George Knepper, B.S. Hutchinson, B.A. Mathematics School Nurse Commercial Dept. English English Attendance Officer Junior Class Advisor Freshman Players Sponsor Mr. H. W. Kraner, B.S. Mr. C. D. LaRue, B.A. Mr. C. F. Leiter, B.A., M.A. Science History English Social Science Public Speaking Debate Dramatics Omicron Lambda Advisor Mr. Stanley Lewis, B.S. Miss Pearl McCauley, A.B. Miss Katherine Marshall, B.S. Miss Wilma Miller, B.S. Industrial Arts Latin ' Home Economics Physical Education Asst. Football Coach Sponsor ot Boys' and Girls' G.A.A. Advisor Asst. Basketball Coach Home Ec. clubs Mr. C. N. Nacci, B.S. in Journal- Mr. W. W. Nixon, B.S., M.A. Mr. John Rolfes, B.S. ism, B.S. in Languages Biology Industrial Arts Journalism Social Science Basketball Coach French Physics Spanish Dean ot Boys Annual Advisor Faculty Athletic Manager Journal Advisor Junior Class Advisor Public Relations Mr. R. A. Sauerbrun, B.S. Mr. Allan Sawdy, B.S. Miss Hannah Scott, B.S. Art Supervisor Physical Education Librarian Trainer for Varsity Teams Mr. E. E. Smith, A.B., M.A. Miss Ina Sponsler, B.A. Instrumental Music English Commercial Dept. Mr. Byron 0. Stearns, B.S. Miss Hazel Stubbins, B.S. Miss Lucy Swingle, A.B. Mr. Dwight W. Trubey, B Guidance Social Science Home Economics Science Algebra Home Ec. Clubs Sponsor Football Coach Model Airplane Club Sponsor Bachelor Daze Sponsor Junior Dean of Boys Junior High Athletic Manager Mr. Norman Wicks, B.S., M.A. Miss Oneita Whiteman, B.S. Mr. Charles Zumpht, B.S. Mathematics Social Science Special Guidance Asst. Debate Coach I I O I I 5 I5 6'lcum.e.4, 'J ,- 'i Qfw ..T - V , j l,7 ' "' - V J 1-""l'1. 25' ,....:fliU,fjP 6? I8 Us jim Samba Ham ff! 793 8 fi :X President .............. ,....... D ouglass McDaniel Vice President ........ ......... W ayne Stoddard Secretary .............. ........... J ohn Purkey Boys' Treasurer ,...... ....... W illiam Maurer Girls' Treasurer ....... ....... B etty Houghton 17: - ' E2 ffm- HM 4 -1i X WILLIAM ALGE Academic Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Audubon Nitesak I5 Scholarship I5 Wrestling 35 Annual Staff 4 VIRGINIA ALTMAN Academic Findlay I, 2, 35 All School Play 45 Omicron Lambda 45 Girl Reserves 45 Scriveners 45 Annual Staff 45 Dramatics 45 Scholarship 45 Sen- ior Class Play 4 GEORGE ANDERSON Academic Portsmouth I, 2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 35 Football 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Or- chestra 45 Omicron Lambda 45 All School Play 45 Annual Staff 45 Basket- ball 4 PHYLLIS BALLINGER Commercial Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Chorus 45 Choir 45 Student Nurse 45 Annual Staff 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Festival Chor- us 45 Officer 2 JEAN BAKER Commercial Freshman Players I5 Home Ec Club I5 Chorus I5 Girl Reserves CHARLES BARKLEY Academic Hi-Y 3, 45 Home Economics 4 PAUL BASEHORE General Hi-Y 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 A Capella 2, 3, 45 Boys' A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM BEESON General Glee Club 25 Chorus 25 Baseball 3, 4 MARY ELIZABETH BLINN Academic Freshman Players I5 Chorus I, 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Omicron Lambda 3, 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Office 4 ROBERT BOROUGHF General Hi-Y 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra I, 2, 3, 45 P'it Orchestra 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Boys' Quartette Z, 3, 4 . 153 V "5 rj" Sf- I My G ...Q- .il 20 MARY BUTLER - Commercial Chorus l W3 ANNA BELL CARTER 'i Lj- Academic Freshman Players l5 Chorus l, 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 A Capella Choir 25 Lambda Sigma 3, 45 Jr. Class Play 35 Scholarship Team 2, 3 HORTENSE CHAPMAN General Chorus 45 Glee Club 45 Choir 45 Girl Reserves 2, 45 Omicron Lambda 45 All School Play 45 Journalism 3 PAUL CLEVENGER General Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus Z, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Choir5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Manager5 Band 35 Or- chestra 3 FRED COBURN Omicron Lambda5 Football l5 Baseball 3 MARY LOUISE COLMAN General Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Pit Orchestra 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Chorus 451 A Capella Choir 45 Freshman Play- ers5 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 45 Festival Chorus 45 Meyers High 25 Class Officer 2 KEITH CONLEY General Home Economics 35 Journalism 3 GENEVIEVE COOK Academic Chorus 45 Choir 35 Glee Club 35 Girl Reserves 2 DOROTHY MAE COOPER Commercial G.A.A. 35 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Annual Staff 45 Office 45 Senior Class Play5 Fresh- man Players5 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 4 MURIEL COX General Journal Staff 3 RUTH ELLEN BREIDIGAN General Girl Reserves l5 G.A.A. 25 Choir5 Girls' Glee Club l5 Chorus l ALAN BURGER . General Band 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Omicron Lamba 3, 45 Circus l, 35 All School Play 35 Annual Staff 45 Wrestling 2 EVE BURKHART Commercial Glee Club 25 Choir 25 Chorus l, 2, 4 v KW. .1..1..1, 1' X s K Q as NELVINA CURRY General A Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 G.R. l, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. l5 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3 LESTER DECKER General GILBERT DECKARD General Bloomdale l5 Chorus 3, 45 Boys' Glee glug 3, 45 Omicron Lambda 35 Annual ta Academic to gf' fa'- fl ' , 1, ,4 f-N CAROL FRUTH Academic Freshman Players, Debate 2, 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 3, 4, All School Play 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff 4, Journal Staff 3, 4, Office 3, Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 4, Pyramid Team l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Senior Class Play 4 GERALD FRUTH Commercial Annual Staff 4, Football 3, 4, Boys' Home Ec 3, Wrestling l, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4 NORMA FRUTH Commercial Annual Staff 4 PHYLLIS GUERNSEY G.R. l, 2, 3, 4, G.R. Cabinet 4, Freshman Players l, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 4, Scriveners 2, 3, 4, Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Audubon Nitesak l, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Choir 3, 4, All School Play 3, Annual Staff4, Scholar- ship Team l, 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, Dramatics 4, Senior Class Play 4 CHARLES HELLRIEGEL General Boys' Home Ec. Club 4 DAVID HILL Commercial Boys' Home Ec. 3, Chorus Z u MAXINE DETILLIAN General Home Ec l, 2, 3, 4, G.R. l, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3 EDISON DIETER Commercial Baseball 2, Chorus l, 2 DALE DOUGLAS Commercial Chorus l, 2, 4 EUGENE DOZER Commercial Boys' Home Ec. Club 3 ROBERT L. DREITZLER General Columbus South l, 2, 3, Chorus 4, Band 4, Hi-Y, Orchestra 4 ERNEST ECKERT General Hi-Y, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Pit Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club Z, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Boys' Choir 3, 4 THELMA IRENE FISH Commercial Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Journal 3, Chorus 2, Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 2 LILLIAN FISHER General Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3 DALE FORD Bachelor Daze Club 4, Volley Ball 3 DOTTIE FRITCHEY Commercial Horace Mann l, Lakewood High 3, Lawrenceville High 3, Girl Reserves 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Lambda Sig- ma 4, Annual Staff 4 ROBERT FRUTH General Traffic Patrol 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Annual 4 EDWARD GENSLER General Chorus 2, 45 Choir 2, 45 Glee Club 2, 45 Boys' Choir 4 . ALBERT GIBAT General All School Play 45 Omicron Lambda 45 Annual Staff 45 Debate 4 JAMES GILLILAND - Commercial Boys' Home Ec. 3 DOROTHY GOSSARD Commercial Lima South l, 2, 35 G.A.A. 45 Circu- lating Staff of Annual 45 Advertising Staff of Annual 4 JANE GRAY Academic Freshman Players l5 Pyramid Team l5 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball l, 2, 35 Audubon Nitesak l, 25 Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 Omicron Lambda 3, 45 Debate 25 Student Librarian 35 All School Play 25 Junior Class Play 35 Journal Staff 3, 45 Scholarship Team Z, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Senior Class Play 45 G.R. MAX GREEN General Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Pit Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Orchestra 3 WILMA GROGG Commercial Scriveners 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves l, 25 Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Choir 2 JOHN GROVE General Boys' Home Ec. 35 Wrestling 2 HARRY GROVE Commercial Bachelor Daze Club 4 . - 'Ez - ' : 1.13" gf . 1, ,A 23 - 4 LUCILLE HOFFMAN Commercial Freshman Players, GR, l, 2, 4, Omi- cron Lambda 3, 4, Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Chorus l, 2, 4, Choir 4, Basketball 2, 4 BETTY HOUGHTON Academic G.R. 2, 4, G.A.A. 3. 4, Lambda Sigma 4, Student Council 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Freshman Players l ROBERT HOUSEHOLDER General Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Bachelor Daze 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Photog- raphy 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Pyramid l, 2, Circus l, Hi-Y Basketball 4 CHARLES HUNKER General Glee Club l, 2, Choir l, 2, Photo- graphy Club 3, Bachelor Daze 4 JAMES HUTCHINS Commercial Basketball l, 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, F.M.D. 4, Chorus l, 2, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 3, Boys' Home Ec. Club 3 OLLIE JANE JONES Commercial Annual Staff 4 THOMAS JONES General Orville 3, Football, Baseball, Track, Chorus, Orville, Fostoria 4 RICHARD KARG General Annual Staff 4, Tumbling l, 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 3, Cheer Leading 2, 3, 4 DORIS KIEFFER Commercial G.A.A. Club 3, 4, Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, All School Play 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, Volley Ball l, 2, 3 ROBERT KENYON Academic Annual Staff 4, Hi-Y 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Amateur Radio Club 3, 4 iff?-n '::fJ" fn ' 1, ' l .il 1 24 Academic MARY KING General G.R. 3, Nurse Office 3, 4, G.A.A, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 GERALD KISABETH Commercial Chorus l, 2, Glee Club l, 2, Choir l, Boys' Home Ec. Club l MAXINE LENTZ Commercial Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Basketball 2, Photo- graphy 4 LAVERN LONGACRE General Football l, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, Wrestling 3, Chorus l HELEN LOWE Commercial Freshman Players l, Student Council l, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Choir Z, All School Play 3, Omicron Lambda 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Dramatics 4 PHYLLIS MARCH Commercial Scholarship 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Library l, Ac- counting 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4 ARLINE MARSHALL General Girl Reserves l, 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Red and Black Staff 4 DONALD MARTIN General Chorus l, 2, Boys' Glee Club 2, Football 4, Bachelor Daze 4, Golf 4 WILLIAM MAURER General Hi-Y 4, Student Council 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Bach- elor Daze 4, Glee Club l, 2, Class Officer 3, 4, Photography 3 DOUGLASS McDANIEL Academic Akron Buchtel l, Scriveners 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Teams 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, F.M.D. 4, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, All School Play 4 if DONALD KLINE General l-li-Y 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys' Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartette Z, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Debate 4, Dramatics 4, Festival Chorus 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4 CHARLENE KREUZ Commercial Girl Reserves 2, Chorus l, 2, 3 LEE LATHER Commercial Football l, 2, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Boys' Home Ec. 3, Hi-Y 4 '-4?-1. ka '-4 , ' rj" F I ll MW ,X l iq.. 1 JEAN McGAH EY Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 3, Freshman Players I, Stu- dent Council, Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Scholarship Team l, 2 ,Chorus l, 2, Basketball 2 WILMA MILLER Commercial JEANE MYERS Academic Freshman Players l, Glee Club 2, Chorus 2, Omicron Lambda 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Journalism 3, 4, Annual Staff 4 ' xr' . 1, ,I 'E 'N JACK PRUDDEN Academic Basketball l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, F.M.D. 4, All School Play 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Golf 3, 4, Audubon Nitesak l, Omicron Lambda 3, Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, 4, Pit Orchestra 3, 4, Debate 3, Dra- matics 4, Football l, Freshman Players JOHN PURKEY General Bachelor Daze Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Stud- ent Council 4, Class Officer 4, Annual Staff 4 JACK RAYMONT Commercial Glee Club 2, 4, Choir 2, Chorus 2, 4, Boys' Home Ec. 3 EUGENE ROWE Commercial Wrestling l, Football 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 3, Basketball 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Choir 3 ADA SEAMAN Commercial Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4 ELIZABETH RUTH SEAMAN Commercial Chorus l, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Bask- etball 2, 3, Accounting 4 HELEN NIERESCHER Commercial Glee Club l, 2, Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 4, G.R. 3, 4, Dramatics Z VIOLA NISWENDER Commercial Chorus l, 2, Glee Club l, 2, Choir l, 2, Home Ec. Club l, 2, Girl Re- serves l, 2, G.A.A. l, 2, Girls Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4 NELLIE NUSBAUM Commercial Chorus l, 2, Freshman Players l, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, GR. l, 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 A JOHN ORWIG Academic Hi-Y 3, 4, F.M.D. 4, Journal Staff 3, 4, Scriveners 3, Debate 3, Audu- bon Nitesak 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Football l, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Scholarship Team 3, Junior Class Play 3, Stud- ent Council l, 2, 3, Red Cross Council 4, Annual Staff 4, Senior Class Play 4 EMMA OSTROSKY Commercial Accounting 4 ROBERT OVERMIRE General Bachelor Daze Club 4, Football Team 4, Pyramid 2, 3, Circus 3 MILDRED PELTON General Chorus l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Office 4, Home Economics Club 4 ROBERT PINGLE Commercial Boys' Choir l, Boys' Home Ec. Club 3 HENRIETTA POTTS Commercial Home Ec. Club l, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Library 3, 4, Student Nurse 4 JEANETTE POTTS Commercial Chorus l, Girls' Home Ec. l, Girl Reserves l, Nurses Office 3, 4 EVELYN MARIE REINHARD Commercial Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 JEANETTE REISS Commercial Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4 ROBERT REYNOLDS Bachelor Daze 4, Carey High l, 2, 3 BEATRICE RENSCH Commercial G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball l, 2, 3, Art l, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. l, 2, 3, Library As- sistant 3 DONALD RHOADES Commercial Boys' Home Ec. 3, Baseball 4 REX RINEBOLD Audubon Nitesak l, 2, Scholarship l, Hi-Y 3, 4 ' HELEN ROBINSON General DeVilbiss l, 2 HAROLD ROBERTS General Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Home Ec. 3 RUTH JEANETTE ROOK Commercial Andrews School l, 2 BETTY ROUTSON Commercial Girl Reserves l, Chorus 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, High School Choir 2 wsu-33 . 5 FD ' :: rj' ,f . 1 W 27 MARY JANE SEGNER Commercial Freshman Players l, Chorus l, 2, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Choir 2, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, Student Nurse 4 HAZEL SCHLOSSER General Chorus l, Supt. Office 4 JANE SHAW Academic Freshman Players l, Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Team l, 3, G.A.A. Z, 3, Journal Staff 4, Red and Black Stott 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Pit Orchestra 4, Glee Club l, Z, A Capella Choir 2, Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, Student Librar- ian 3, Class Officer 2 OWEN SHIRK Academic Football l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Scholarship Team 2, Pyramid 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Bachelor Daze 4, Chorus l WANDA SHIRK Academic Lambda Sigma 4, Girl Reserves 4, Omi- cron Lambda 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Freshman P'layers l, Tumbling Team l, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Cheerleading 4, Journalism 3, 4, Student Council 2 CHARLOTTE SHULTZ Commercial-Academic Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Freshman Players l, Audu- bon Nitesak 2, Scriveners 3, Ac- counting 4, Art l, 2, 3, 4, Schol- arship 3 NORMA SIMENDINGER Commercial Home Ec. l, 2, Girl Reserves 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Chorus 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Annual Statt 4, Student Nurse 4. EUNICE SMITH General Girl Reserves Z, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Lambda Sigma 4, Stud- ent Nurse 3, 4, Library Assistant 3 HARLEY SMITH General Boys' Home Ec. 3 JOSEPHINE SMITH Commercial . Home Economics l, Chorus l -""?fT fav ta T4 . ? U' sf . f ,4 A 'N ' "- I 28 Qfwlu Cf! PAUL SMITH General Chorus l, Bachelor Daze, Wrestling l Z, 3, Pyramid Team 2, 3, Circus WANDA SMITH Commercial Home Ec. Club l, 2, Chorus 2, Girls Glee Club 2, Girl Reserves 4, G.A.A 4, Student Nurse 4 EUGENE STAGGER General Boys' Home Ec. 3, Boxing l, 2, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, Valley Ball l JOHN STARK General Hi-Y 3, 4, Bachelor Daze 4, Boxing I, Wrestling I WAYNE STILL Commercial Scholarship I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 45 Freshman Players, Omicron Lamb- da 4, All School Play 4 WAYNE STODDARD Academic Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, F.M.D. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bachelor Daze 4, Student Council 4, Red and Black Staff 4. HAL E. STOUT, Jr. Academic Hi-Y, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Hi-Y Basketball 4, Annual Staff, Pit Orchestra 4, Student Ki- wanian , JUNIOR STOUT Academic Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, F,M.D. 4, Student Council 2, 3, Chorus 4, High School Choir 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Audubon Nitesak I, 2, Omicron Lambda 4, Band I, 2, 3, Scholarship Annual Staff 4 ELEANOR MAE SOWERS Academic Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Chorus I, 2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Student Nurse 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3 ELSIE SPRUELL General Omicron Lambda 4, Girl Reserves I, 4, Journalism 3 VINTON SWIHART General Band I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' Home Ec. 3 ROSE ALMA STROUPE Commercial Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club I, 2 LOIS TALMADGE General Red and Black 3, Girl Reserves 4, Art 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Chorus l MARY WANK Academic Girl Reserves 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Student Librarian 3, Freshman Players I, Audubon Nitesak I, Basketball I, 2, Journal Staff 4 MARGARET LOUISE WARD General Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Library 3, Home Economics 3, 4, Art 3, Chorus I, Student Nurse 4 ROBERT WARRINGTON Academic Boxing I, 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Football I, Audubon Nitesak I, Omicron Lambda 3, 4, Volley Ball 3, Pyramid Team 3 GERALD WEAKS General Boys' Home Economics 3, Wrestling I, 2, Dramatics 4 SYDNEY WHITE Academic Girl Reserves I, Z, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 3, 4, Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Freshman Players, Audubon Nitesak, Scholarship I, 2, 4 EUGENE WILLIAMS General Bachelor Daze 4, Printing 3 MARCELLA DAYE WOODLAND Commercial Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Staff 3, 4, Art I, 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND YEAGER Academic Hi-Y 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 4, Freshman Players l, Debate 4, Dramatics 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club Z, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys Quartette 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, All School Play 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, One-Act Play Contest 4, Extemporaneous Speaking 4, Thanksgiving Play 3, Scholarship Team 4 ETHEL LAWS General Commercial Radio Club GEORGES THACKER 4, Scholarship 4 LESTER TYLER Practical Arts Club 4 RALPH TANNYHILL Academic 1 ' Hi-Y 3, 4, Traffic Patrol 3 4 An 'IJIK nual Staff 4, Glee Club 2 3 chorus i, 2, 3, 4, choir 3 4 FM p 'WC f Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I 2 3 4 Pit Orchestra l, 2, 3 4 Bachelor Daze 1 JUNIOR CLASS lndustrious, originol ond intelligent, this closs is heoded for big things. Though only juniors, they mode their presence felt in oll the orgonizotions of the school. Wotch them. They're going to breok recordsl Q JUNIOR OFFICERS Billy Munsey, Jeon Soliers, Dorothy Winelond, Jomes Solomon 1-fig, 'is lfjf' Sf- I ,V ,1 MW ld .ll ,ili First Row-Carol Adams, Junior Aldrich, Alan Anderson, John Baker, Eugene Barnes, John Barnes, Alfred Basinger, Jeanette Beatty, Ernestine 'Bogges Second Row-Lewis' Brink, Dorothy Bostic, Virginia Brookover, Dale Buckingham, Chester Bulkouski, Isobel Carmichael, Jean- ette Connor, Carolyn Coppus, Betty Crowe. Third Row-Fentres Dayringer, Clara Deckard, Gladys Dennis, Archie Dillan, Alice Dinsmore, Catherine Dody, William Duffield, Olen Dye, Phyllis Echelbarger. Fourth Row-Thomas Feasel, Shirley Fish, Maxine Forbes, Anna Foster, Maynard Fox, Mary Frank, Harold Franklin, Dean Fred- erick, Lester Fruth. Fifth Row--Charles Greenfield, Marie' Greenwood, Augusta Haase, Donald Jglale, Dwight Hall, Robert Haines, Robert Haney, June Harding, Betty Harris. Lost Row---Warren Harshman, Pierre Havare, Mary Herbert. ..,a"Z. fl 1-4 Xf I I .ii I 'N -i,-"ff 'ri I-4 ,.-L-.ffzf ff ll rj" 440' ,-...L...-. A 'N f-,' First Row-John Herrig, Mary Hitchcock, Robert Holder, Robert Hunker, Robert Houghton, James Howard, Betty Hutchins, Harry Houston, Mox Jurrus. Second Row-Edna Karp, Joe Keyes, Clara Kimble, Don Kinna- mon, Philip Kint, Lois Knight, Clarence Knox, Sarah Knox, Wil- liam Kriese. Third Row--Charles LeComte, Henry Lind, George Logsdon, Kenneth Logsdon, Donald Madden, Dorothy Madden, John Mann, Roscoe Marshall, Joe Miller. Fourth Row-Gerald Might, Bob Moore, Helen Morrison, Berna- dine Mosier, William Mosier, William Munsey, June Myers, LeRoy Nichols, Florence Norris. Fifth Row-Katherine Morel, Betty Ches, James Ogg, Margaret Omler, Lreva Overy, Virginia Painter, Pete Parmenter, Betty Peters, John Peter. Sixth Row--Lehr Rangeler, Amy Reinhard, Victor Reynolds, Wil- liam Rettig, Betty Rhoad, Betty Ridenour, Hugh Ridenour, Roger Ridge, Kathryn Reinhard. First Row-Ardeth Rothenbuler, James Rowles, La Vonne Samp- son, Walter Saldusky, Jean Saliers, Jean Sayre, Mary Janis Schuh, Thelma Schultz, June Shaw. Second Row-Joke Shift, Sylvia Shiff, William Shiflet, John Shrider, Robert Singer, Carl Smith, Charles Smith, Glada Smith, Mabel Smith. Third Row-'Madge Smith, Oren Smith, Phyllis Smith, Burdette Snavely, Noreen Snook, Carl Snyder, Dean Snyder, James Solo- mon, Mildred Spitler. Fourth Row-Ellsworth Stateler, Helen Steinhour, Dick Switzer, Florence Talmadge, Scott Tarris, Dorothy Thompson, Norman Tribbey, James Tsantles, Wanda Tyson. Fifth Rcfw-Gavitt Ulsh, Mary Underwood, Donna Volkmer, Paul Ward, Betty Wagner, Pauline Wagner, Eddie Wendel, Marion Wetherill, Graydon Whitman. Sixth Row-Josephine Whitman, Dorothy Winelond, Bessie Wise, Maxine Woodward, Wilbur Wonder, Paul Young, Jack Zemer, Ethel Zimmerman, Arthur Zuelzke. 'Ei XG? fx! l 4 ,.1. -- 33 Svilfw First Row-June Anderson, Marjory Brickles, Mary Colburn, Devota Eger, Theodocia Groman, Beatrice Howard, Rolda Kirk, Mary Madden, Junior Nye, Paul Rupert, Jean Soles, Margaret Tate. Second Row-Donelda Angles, Marilyn Bromley, Marion Cole, Don Estes, Herbert Hakes, Jeanne Hunt, Clair Kisabeth, Roy McFadden, Bob Papenfus, Allen Russell, Kathryn Souder, Dorothy Trudel. Third Row-Marcella Arnold, Douglas Brown, Laura Cook, Phoeba Feasel, Jean Hall, Foyal ller, George Knepper, Louis A, dj l soPHoMoREs A Seldom heard from, yet very impor- tant, they furnish a foundation upon which the upper-class men may build their projects. They are a vital portion of the school's set-up. The officers shown at the left, first row, are: Jeanne Stout, Elaine Saliers, and Donna Buck, second row: George Knepper and Clif- ford Fox. Manecke, George Pappas, Donavee Sahs, Geraldine Stagger, Virginia Tyler. Fourth Row-Thelma Augsburger, Donna Buck, Sylvia Couv- ing, Jack Fey, Bob Hanover, Charles lmber, Anna Kodor, Betty Marshall, Clarence Payne, Elaine Saliers, Richard Stark, Maxine Turner. Fifth Row-Robert Bates, Julian Bulley, Harry Craley, Eunice Flechtner, Junior Harrison, Anna Johnson, Joan Kuhlman, Betty Miller, Joyce Pillsburg, Mary Louise Samsel, Carl Statler, Franklin Valenti. we r First Row-Alma Beck, Coleen Burson, Lawrence Cramer, Clifford Fox, Marilyn Harter, Duane Jurrus, Eddie Kuhn, Lois Miller, Richard Potter, Alice Schot, Ruth Statler, Eugene Walsh. Second Row-Ruth Bersted, Marvin Canterbury, Jane Culp, Malcom Fouts, Elota Hayfield, Dorothy Keeton, Floyd Lather, Patty Miller, Dean Powell, Paul Schauder, Jean Stout, Maxine Wank. Third Row-Ruth Beeson, Bob Carter, Jane Davis, Kathryn Fortner, Betty Hendricks, Toretta Kieffer, Charles Leonard, Paul Moore, Betty Mae Price, Lois Jean Schlosser, Norman Stout, Jean Warner. Fourth Row--Betty Bishop, Arthur Clarke, Le Roy Davis, Martha France, Margaret Hill, Georgia Kellums, Anno Rose Lewis, Charles Mottram, Lillian Rader, Maxine Schwab, Harrold Stroman, Harry Warrington. Fifth Row-Helen Bixler, Gaylord Clarke, Norman Deer, Junior Fry, Robert Hill, Francis Kimble, Margerie Lowery, Florence Myers, Norman Rainy, Dorothy Smith, Willard Summers, June Welling. Sixth Row-Luberta Breman, Betty Clary, Norma Deer- wester, Vincent Gillispie, Hilda House, Harry Kimble, P'auline Luman, James Myers, Rose Mary Peigle, Junior Smith, Lester Switzer, Gertrude Whitta. Seventh Row-Mae Workely, Dorothy Deiter, Pauline Gos- sard, Betty Ann Householder, Avis Kint, Edna McCullough, Eileen Niday, Mervin Rose, Thelma Smith, Rachel Young. Last Row-Marie Yenser, La Vonne Dillon, Helen Grogg, Vernon Horton, Howard Kirian, Tommy McDonel, Mildred Niswander, Gloria Rosenberger, Gaylord Snavely, Gladys Zeller. 35 5 I I 0 Q Q? First Row-Georgine Ash, Joe Bates, William Boggs, Anna Jane Brought, Richard Clark, Dale Coppus, Louis Dawson, Dallas Drenning, Ruth Flechtner, Charles Franklin, Richard Goodale, Dale Hartly, Rex Williams. Second Row-Janet Atwell, Wayne Bennett, Donald Bo- roughf, Charles Brough, Robert Cockey, Janice Coppus, Lupe Delgado, Ed Duran, Henry Florea, Wilbur Franklin, Robert Greenlee, Mary Hartley, Alfred Woods. Third Row-Charles Babb, Donald Bercaw, Robert Briggs, Philip Brubaker, Betty Cooper, Anna Cox, Faith Doll, Fred FRESHMAN CLASS New Worlds to conquer, more laurels to win-that is the philosophy of a freshman, and the eternal hope of youth. FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENTS Janice Coppus, Wilbur Franklin, Kathryn Smight, James Maurer, Dick Lapidos. Echelbarger, Robert Forbes, Lowell French, Mercedes Graber, Cora Hathaway, Harry Woodward. Fourth Row-Arthur Balsat, Carl Biddle, Elsie Brink, Lucille Butler, Florence Cooper, Sylvia Cregar, Doris Dewalt, Nannie Mae Evers, Charles Foster, Donna Fruth, Vera Hammer, Virginia Haines, Katheleen Yeager, Fifth Row-Wayne Bassinger, Pauline Body, Robert Brook- over, Jean Chandler, Denzil Coppler, Dorothy Decker, Dorthea Dreisback, Robert Fast, Mary France, Richard Gilliland, Donna Harrison, Adelbert Heinze, Marie Zeller. First Row-Martha Henline, Ruth Huffman, Richard King- scott, Janet Jacobs, Jerry Lytle, Levie McClellas, Altha Newman, Betty Raheig, Rex Ridge, Marjorie Sheward, Madge Smith, Robert Sergant, Clifford Ward. Second Row-Patricia Hicks, Juanita Hyde, Franklin Kirian, Jack LeComte, Robert Mann, Robert Might, Vanda June Nichols, Warren Rainey, Richard Ridenour, Mamie Shiff, Frances Snavely, Bernita Thomas, Bessie Warseler. Third Row-Jack Helners, Marjorie Iler, William Kissel, La Von Lee, Janet Mansfield, Robert Molter, Herman Nier- scher, Marguerite Raymont, Gene Rueble, Evelyn Shirk, Jean Snyder, Junior Thomas, Vivian Weaks. Fourth Row--James Higley, Grace Mae Jones, Jeanne Knep- per, Mary Lee, Dick Mann, Cora Moore, Lola Ovary, Wayne Reed, Frank Saldusky, Evelyn Shock, Eugene Stahl, Ernest Thompson, Edward Welling. Fifth Row-Kenneth Higley, Lois Joenes, Betty Might, Ray- mond Lentz, Donald March, Phyllis Morris, Eugene Patterson, Bernard Reinhard, Dorothy Sauler, Doris Schuman, Margaret Stevens, Dorothy Turner, Jeanne Wendel. Sixth Row-Royetta Hoffman, Thomas Kabel, Madelyn Kreasis, Alex Lind, Fred Martin, Betty Mosier, Betty Perex, Gladys Reinhard, Evelyn Saxton, Betty Smith, Subil Stiles, Jean Wade, Richard West. Seventh Row-Floyd Holden, Mames Kesler, Carl Lambright, Jack Lindsay, Robert Mason, Gene Needles, Harry Pingle, Junior Reinhard, Helen Schultz, Harry Smith, Betty Stoddard, Kenneth Wagner, Charles Wilcox, Last Row-Jack Holden, James Paul Kidd, Richard Lapidos, Lyra Longacre, James Maurer, Maria Munoz, Cozetta Rader, Verton Rhoad, Maxine Segner, Kathryn Smith, Robert Stoudi- ner, Jane Walsh, Mary Williams. 37 N X ,. 5 ,. ,fm 4, 3,5 VH' dv.. .f -I 5 fl- VT '- 333 ' -'-' 5?'32f'if,.:. 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SENIOR JOURNALISM Jane Gray, Wanda Shirk, Mr. Nacci, Carol Fruth, Marcella Woodland JeanneMyers,John Orwigl JUNIQR JOURNALISM First Row-Pauline Wag- ner, Amy Reinhard, Dean Snyder, D. Nan Wineland, Isobel Carmichael. Second Row-Mr. Nacci, Mary Janis Schuh, Jean Sayre, Eddie Wendel, Dwight Hall, Thelma Schultz, Jean Saliers, Helen Steinhour, Maxine Forbess, Donna Volkmer, Eunice Smith, Janne Shaw, Mary Louise Colman, Nel- lie Nusbaum. SCRIVENERS Identifical-ions First Row-Julian Bulley, Phyllis Guernsey, Ethel Zimmerman, Wilma Grogg, Virginia Altman, Thelma Jean Saliers, Schultz, James Howard, Dorothy Bostic. Second Row-Robert Hunker, Virginia Painter, Isobel Carmichael, Doro- thy Wineland, La Von Sampson, Douglas Mc- Daniel, Pierre Hover. Third Row-Philip Kint, Dean Snyder, Carl Snyder, William Shiflet. Noi' in picture-- Phyllis Echelbarger. ..av'-?1 , if tw I-4 ,g:9'4" f I lay! ,,.1. . SCRIVENERS CLUB Scriveners Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Bourquin, hit a new high this year. lt all started with an idea to have poetry 'n prose over a steaming cup of cocoa and a sandwich. The club made a yearbook of original compositions, backed the Woman's Club poetry contest, and sent contributions to "Scholastic". Q .... SENIOR CLASS PLAY With the "Passing of the Third Floor Back", by Jerome K. Jer- ome, the seniors ended their ca- reers as high school dramatists. In this play they did the difficult portrayal of a metamorphosis of character, showing the change of character from shrews and cheats to really lovely people. Why? Because a stranger with beauty passed that way. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Identifications Jack Prudden, Raymond Yeager, Jane Gray, Dorothy Cooper, Dor- othy Gossard, Helen Lowe, Vir- ginia Altman, Phyllis Guernsey, John Orwig, Carol Fruth, Donald Kline, James Hutchins, Ernest Eckert, George Anderson, Albert Gibat. ALL-SCHOOL PLAY Identifications First Row-Sylvia Shift, Jean Hunt. Second Row-Mr. Leiter, Joe Keyes, George Knepper, George Anderson, Phyllis Echelbarger, Hortense Chapman, Dorothy Wineland, Marie Greenwood, Carol Fruth. Third Row-Wayne Still, Joan Kuhlman, Albert Gibat, Ray- mond Yeager, Ellsworth Statler, Alice Dinsmore, Jack Raymont, Virginia Altman, Jack Prudden, Robert Hunker. ALL-SCHOOL PLAY "The Night of January l6th" brought an entirely new type of production. A real, live courtroom was transplanted to the stage, with a jury composed of members of the audience. Fostoria may well be proud of its director, C. F. Leiter and his theatrical productions. SENIOR CLASS PLAY J UN IOR CLASS PLAY ldentifications First Row-Sylvia Shift, Jean Saliers, Mary Herbert. Second Row-Mr. Leiter, Joe Keyes, Robert Hunker, Thelma Shultz, Phyllis Echelbarger, Alice Dinsmore, Dorothy Wineland, Betty Harris, Ellsworth Statler. Third Row-Lester Fruth, LeRoy Nichols, James Solomon, Wanda Tyson, Marie Greenwood, Madge Smith. Fourth Row-John Shrider, Charles Le- Comte, Harold Franklin, Pete Parmenter, Eddie Wendell, James Howard, Jack Zemer. ALL-SCHOOL PLAY JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Remember the Day" when ourdignifiedJuniors doffed their newly ac- quired "high" hats and frolicked as kids once more in that delightful play in '38? Didn't it take you back to your rope jumping and marble days? Those were the daysl ewf,wf,raslf.ezsxlmwwmmmwwlkww,mf.avwwr,:fw '- fhx-- ---W --we-fw:fm+vMa,,m SENIOR G. R. JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES Identifications First Row-Miss Hunt, Ruth Beeson, Anna Brough, Evelyn Saxton, Katherine Smith, Betty Miller, Patty Miller, Frances Snaveley, Coleen Burson, Bettie Marshall. Second Row-Elota Hayfield, Marjorie Shaurd, Betty Stoddard, Sylvia Creyer, Elaine Saliers, Anna Rose Lewis, Kathryn Fortener, Maxine Wank, Martha France, Ruth Ber- sted, Jayne Davis. Third Row-Dorothy Smith, Kathryn Souder, Patty Hicks, Janet Altman, Pauline Body, Betty Clary, Dorothy Dieter, Jean Stout, LAMBDA SIGMA I N T E L L E C T U A L June Welling, Marilyn Harter, Rolda Kirk, Jeanne Hunt. Fourth Row-Betty Cooper, Janice Coppus, Theodosia Groman, Maxine Schwab, Bettie Bishop, Donna Buck, Eileen Niday, Betty Mae Price, Virginia Tyler, Evelyn Shirk, Vanda June Nichols. Fifth Row-Margaret Stevens, Lola Overy, Royetta Hoffman, Margaret Raymont, Joan Kuhlman, Lea Mae Workman, Maxine Seg- ner, Nanny Evers, Jean Wade, Donna Harri- son, Janet Mansfield, Ruth Flechtner, Jean Wendell. S G. R. "Ready for service," "Ever de- pendable"-this is a part of the code Girl Reserves stand for. They brought Christmas cheer, valentines, and Easter greetings to invalids, sponsored a girls' mixer, and cooperated with the Hi-Y to give the annual Easter services and to bring a district conference here. SR. G. R. Identifications First Row-Miss Hunt, Phyllis Guernsey, Jean Saliers, Mary Wonk, Gladys Dennis, Carolyn Coppus, Jeannetta Conner, Ardith Rothenbuhler, Clara Deckard, Mary Louise Colman. Second Row-Noreen Snook, Mable Smith, Lois Knight, Nelvina Curry, Dorothy Cooper, JUNIOR G. R. Mary Jane Segner, Eleanor Sowers, Mildred Spitler, Madge Smith, Kathryn Morel. Third Row-Eunice Smith, Virginia Painter, Betty Houghton, Norma Simendinger, Phyllis March, Wanda Smith, Maxine Forbess, Sylvia Shiff, Mary Blinn, Fourth Row-Helen Lowe, Hortense Chap- man, Marie Greenwood, Bernadine Mosier, Virginia Altman, Dottie Fritchey, Maxine Detillian, June Shaw, Ruth Ellen Breidigan, Betty Hutchins, Mary Janis Schuh, Kathryn Doty, Jean Sayre, Helen Steinhour, Mary Underwood, Arline Marshall, Elsie Spruell. Fifth Row-Wanda Shirk, Jane Gray, Jean Myers, Jane Shaw, Betty Peters, Betty Ride- 1our, Isobel Carmichael, Lucille Hoffman, Phyllis Ballinger, Jeanette Beatty, Wanda Tyson, Phyllis Echelbarger, Alice Dinsmore. Sixth Row-Mary Herbert, Shirley Fish, Carol Fruth, Nan Wineland, Ethel Zimmerman, Bessie Wise, Fentris Daringer, Pauline Wag- ner, Mary Hitchcock, Dorothy Bostic, Donna Volkmer. LAMBDA SIGMA Under the guidance of its new advisor, Miss Crafts, the Lambda Sigma Club made considerable progress this year. Var- ious phases of Drama, Poetry, Short-Stories, and Novels were studied. The outstanding social event sponsored by the club was the spring fashion tea. LAMBDA SIGMA Identifications First Row-Mary Herbert, Sylvia Shiff, Mildred Spitler, Carol Fruth, Sydney White, Lucille Hoffman, Annabelle Carter, Dorothy Wineland, Jean Sal- iers, Ethel Zimmerman. Second Row-Wanda Shirk, Donna Volkmer, Mary Janis Schuh, Jean Sayre, Carolyn Coppus, Elaine Saliers, Coleen Burson, Martha France, Jean McGahey, Madge Smith. Third Row-Maxine Lentz, Shirley Fish, Isobel Carmichael, Eunice Smith, Maxine Schwab, Dottie Fritchie, Phyl- lis Guernsey, Betty Houghton, Marie Greenwood, Alice Dinsmore, Jane Gray, Miss Crafts, Advisor. J SEVEN LITTLE CAESARS 48 SENIOR HI-Y HI-Y The school's outstanding male or- ganization chalked up a new record during l937-38 in the variety of activities. The boys subjected their neophytes to ingenious new methods of torture, sponsored picture shows, entertained the G. R.'s, sponsored Easter Services, banqueted and danced with the sweet- hearts, and staged a district coed con- ference. SENIOR HI-Y ldentifications First Row-Georges Thacker, Jack Prudden. Second Row-Lee Lothers, Ernest Eckert, Alan Burger, Robert Kenyon, Hal Stout, Jr., Rex Rinebolt, Jimmy Hutchins, Owen Shirk, Dick Korg. Third Row-Junior Stout, John Stark, Vinton Swihart, John Purkey, Paul Basehore, Raymond Yeager, Robert Boroughf, George Anderson, Wayne Still, Mr. Evans. Fourth Row-Bob Householder, Wayne Stod- dard, John Orwig, Paul Clevenger, Gerald Fruth, Bob Fruth, William Alge, Douglass McDaniel, F. M. D. Early in winter, F. M. D. sponsored the most complete social event of the first semester-the Hayride. ln the closing months of the school year, the "brains" of the organization were turned to the problem of revising the Student Council to give it suffici- ent power to live up to the high stan- dards set for it. J U N IOR H I -Y Identificotions First Row-John Peters, Dwight Hall, Charles LeComte, Ellsworth Statler, Philip Kint, James Howard, Jake Shiff, Archie Dillon, William Shiflet, Eugene Bcrnes. Second Row-William Rettig, Jimmy Rowles, Roger Ridge, Arthur Zuelzke, Joe Keyes, Alfred Basinger, Gerald Might, James Solomon, Billy Munsey, Henry Lind. Third Row-Eddie Wendell, LeRoy Nichols, Jack Zemer, Lester Fruth, John Shrider, Burdet Snavely, Mr. Evans. Fourth Row-George Logsdon, Junior Aldrich, P'ete Parmenter, Wilbur Wonders, John Mann, Bob Houghton, Dean Snyder. Fifth Row-Alan Anderson, Graydon Whitman, Carl Snyder, Harold Franklin, Don Kinnamon, Thomas Feasel, Paul Ward, Junior Smith. F. M. D. Identifications Left to Right-Jim Hutchins, Doug McDaniel, Wayne Stoddard, Mr. Hosler, advisor, Junior Stout, Georges Thacker, John Orwig, and Jack Prudden. TRAFFIC PATROL LIBRARY ACCOUNTING "Please, Miss, are the phil- osophy books by "Gone With the Wind?" This is what makes library assistants get gray. Mending, shellacking, dust- ing books, and checking at- tendance make their hair Hy around. This year's staff con- sisted ot Annabelle Carter, Bernadine Mosier, and Maxine Detillian. C A R E T A K E R S Tap! Tap! Scrib- blel Scribblel Many things go on fthe booksll in this small but important room. Phyllis March, Mr. UDENT NURS Knepper, and Ruth Seaman are certainly doing a worthwhile service to the Fos- toria High organiza- tions. TRAFFIC Identifications Left to Right-Tom Feasel, Georges Thacker, John Peter, Bill Duffield, Jack Zemer, Bob Fruth, and Doug McDaniel. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS STUDENT NURSES Identificotions Mary King, Eunice Smith, Norma Simendinger, Eleanor Sowers, Phyllis Ballinger, Mary Jane Segner, Margaret Ward, Phyllis Echelbarger, Jeanette Potts, Thelma Schultz, Wanda Smith. f'x ! Q TRAFFIC PATROL "Why must you interrupt my class each day at this hour?" boomed the irritated teacher. "Traffic Patrol!" drawled the culprit, promptly flooring the teacher, for who would interfere with the noble work of directing the tricycles and kiddy-cars of the younger generation? ACCOUNTING STUDENT NURSES To all those who have not affected a headache in order to bring about a trip to the nurse's office, we highly recommend doing so at the earliest possible convenience. Take it from us, fellas, it's a paradise being watched over by fair sirens while reclining upon one's couch of ease. Aff," Jia T H E F L 0 U R 0 F Y O U T H S I S T E R S O F T H E S I N K BUTTERFLY CHASERS BACHELOR'S DAZE BACHELOR'S DAZE Identificotions First Row-Eugene Williams, Robert Overmire, Owen Shirk, William Maurer, John Purkey, John Stark, Wayne Stoddard, P'aul Smith. Second Row-Charles Hunker, Miss Marshall, Miss Swingle, Lester Tyler, Robert Reynolds, Charles Hellriegel, Robert House- holder, Harry Grove, Don Mar- tin, Dale Ford. AUDUBON NITESAK Identifications First Row-Marjorie Sheward, Betty Stoddard, Donnavie Sahs, Betty Miller, Mr. Caldwell, Patty Miller, Helen Bixler, Laura Cook, June Anderson. Second Row-Robert Fast, De- vota Eger, Jean Warner, Jean Hall, Virginia Tyler, Betty Clary, Margaret Tate, Don Boroughf. HOME ECONOMICS Identifications First Row-Lois Miller, Sylvia Creeger, Ann Jane Brough, Mary Jane Segner, Margaret Ward, Elota Hayfield, Dorothy Smith, Betty Jane Cooper. Second Row-Miss Marshall, Janet Atwell, Maxine Segner, Luberta Gramen, Bessie Washt- ler, Clara Ellen Decker, Lillian Rader, Marilyn Brombly, Vir- ginia Haines, Miss Swingle. Third Row-Dorothy Turner, Pauline Body, Evelyn Saxton, Josephine Whitman, Catherine Doty, Jean Soles, Eunice Flecht- ner, Pat Hicks. BAC H ELOR'S DAZE There's an advantage to having the club meetings in class, so say the members to the public. They are definitely bachelors, but we all know they leave their dishes so they can wash them the following period, which is usually a girl's class. Sorry, fellas, but the secret had to pop out! AUDUBON N ITESAK Heigh-hol Fellow nature lovers. Let's go a hunting to discover some of nature's deep, dark sec- rets. We can flirt with the birds, tame the wild flowers, and sere- nade the stars. lt's fun trying. GIRLS' HOME ECONOMICS CLUB lf, for some reason, you find yourself on the fourth floor of F. H. S. the second or fourth Mon- day night of any month, you need not be frightened by the strange noises which may greet your ears. lt's just the girls of the Home Economics Club having one of their many good times. They also sold candy at all our school plays, and attended the Sandusky and Columbus conven- tions. fi ll 'X " FN 5 l ..,.4" 53 THE HONORED FEW SALESMEN rnZ-NPDPZ ZG3-If-UZPO I O I C I SCHOLARSHIP TEAM """I0PUrm:l: DCU! 5011 mvn-no N A T I' H 0 N 0 R S 0 C I E T Y SOCIETY .1 SCHOLARSHIP TEAMS SCHOLARSHIP English-9th Arthur Balsat Vanda June Nichols Mary France English-I 0th Coleen Burson Donna Buck George Knepper English-I Ith Ethel Zimmerman Jean Saliers Marie Greenwood English-I 2th Carol Fruth Virginia Altman Algebra Richard Lapidos Robert Fast Latin I Janice Coppus Evelyn Shirk Richard Kingscott Latin ll Elaine Saliers Virginia Tyler Rosemary Rigel General Science Raymond Lentz Jim Maurer World History Martha France Louis Manecke Phoebe Feasel Plane Geometry Anna Rose Lewis Avis Kint Bob Hanover Biology Paul Schauder Mervin Rose Dean Powell Clair Kisabeth Physics Carl Snyder James Solomon French I Julian Bulley Alice Dinsmore Mary Herbert LeRoy Nichols French ll Jane Gray Georges Thacker American History Phyllis Guernsey Sydney White Raymond Yeagerx Chemistry Jack Prudden Douglass McDaniel NATIONAL HONOR As usual, when the first of May rolled around, the brains were popping out of bright Johnnie's head. A month of cramming and jamming paved the highway to Bowling Green, for here our students competed with the best scholars in the state in academic work. Fostoria's excellent record here raised the Red and Black banner high. HONOR SOCIETY What a proud day it is Identifications First Row-E. Eckert, D. Mc- Daniel, R. Yeager, J. Stout, J. Orwig, G. Fruth. Second Row-J. Prudden, Doro- thy Cooper, Phyllis Guernsey, Betty Houghton, Jeanne Myers, Jane Gray, Carol Fruth. Third Row-Charlotte Shultz, R. Kenyon, Sydney White, A. Gibat, AnnaBelle Carter, G. Thacker, P'hyllis March. MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Identifications First Row - Creeger, Smith, Shirk, Detillian, Guernsey, Wine- land, Burson, Sahs, Clark. Second Row-Knowles, Harter, Knepper, Bixler, Miller, Beatty, Myers, Adams, Tyler, Warner, Saliers. Third Row-Hill, Ogg, Fox, Nichols, Zemer, Russel, King- scott, Fast, LeComte, Norris. for "the" I5 per cent of the senior class the day National Honor Society members are named! For tour long years they watered lite's plum tree with service, scholarship, leadership, and character, and at last, they eat the first fruit. Congratula- tions! MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Bzzzzzzl Somebody's home, I hope, I hope, l hope! Snatchin' and grabbin' may not be good policies for a salesman to use, but the results show that they must have helped. The Snatch'ems came out on top, although some people think the two titles have the same meaning. Do you? llTo Be " OMICRON LAMBDA "Acting is the life of the human soul receiving its birth through art"- this is the motto of the dramatics club. Likewise, trying to "keep their hearts warm and their heads cool", the youthful Cohens and Barnhardts religiously produced play after play for the benefit of the rest of the school. 56 STUDENT COUNCIL Identifications First Row--Hunker, Miller, Miller, Gro- man, Saliers, Wineland, Zimmerman Spitler, Shift, Smith. Second Row-Wendel, Solomon, Bulley, Burson, Saliers, Davis, Fortner, Blinn, O'- Connor, Carmichael. Third Row-Fish, White, Marshall, Chap- L E G I S L A T 0 R S man, Kuhlman, Tyler, Lowe, Volkmer, Gray. Fourth Row--Gibat, Smith, Fritchie Fruth, Buck, Stout, Wank, Zellers, Hoff- man, Hunt, Guernsey, Greenwood. Fifth Row-Herbert, Shaw, Shirk, Altman Fruth, Prudden, Burger, Stout. Sixth Row-Keyes, Zemer, Nichols, An- derson, Mr. Leiter, Yeager. I , o l . l I STUDENT COUNCIL ldentifications First Row-McDaniel, Hough- ton, Stoddard, Stout, Purkey, Guernsey, Maurer. Second Row-Coppus, Smith Wineland, Buck, Stout, Saliersz Saliers. Third Row-Lapidos, Fox, Franklin, Maurer, Solomon Knepper. DEBATE STUDENT COUNCIL There's nothing so vigorous as an organization with fresh blood pumped into its veins. Such a group is the new Student Council. lt sold activity tickets, spon- sored the magazine campaign, bought the now well-known pho- nograph and wrangled for months over a possible merit system for F. H. S. DEBATE Identifications First Row-Dean Snyder, Rob- ert Hunker, Dorothy Wineland, Alice Dinsmore, Sylvia Shift, James Howard. Second Row-Mr. Wicks, Don- ald Kline, Raymond Yeager, Albert Gibat, Mr. Leiter. DEBATE Perennially plagued by a lack of experienced debaters, our friend, "Pap" went patiently about molding very green ma- terial into a pretty fair group of forensic artists. A series of non-decision de- bates started off the season, while the customary tournaments brought it to a close. A prayer may bring one or two back, "Pap." --"'-51 9:14 l1 ,.. : 'W 'Paw ' 'Www fyfzaesgfzfjgmiffue?'Waiweggwf'5f95'w'1vises7',f+gw:qfim2FM2' new f ,..2,ffQf -w1fms2,,.f 2 .Q 2 5 W ' 2 M ,M .. :Q ,,.,,gii55--L., .4,,E,.q,, iff, ,,,,k,, m,w ,MM . -M7,,w..f,,Wffw.W. 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' - 5 - 35? - S535 ,f ,iffy , ri: ' W ' - H fm l 5 F31-1 2 -if aff? ' ' h h Sill' :A if - 5:. .x" i::Q,,,1.A,x " i if A W RQ I . -' f ff ,fn -. ., , W S ., Sf, ' S 1 ,Q . Qu' Q' 15' V.. W-gw V .5 "M V --M7 fm, M L ww' W Mm. ,, , ff, fn 11 , f-Mxyww ns: V , Aw . U R Q , 5gff5w,m,Yfa1w ' , ,.., , M Q QW, uhm Vi L. . 1 1 f f .qw ,, My ' gf, .gf A , fig f +P Q, , 5, z?fg,y.fefZ?fS? sp' Jae.. ,if f Ewa wg , :iz Qww jluv, 45'anaL ..... ART ZU ELZ KE Drum Major BAND "Um-pah, um-pah." There's the band marching on the field, personifying the crowd's school spirit at a football game. The year moves on, and now we find the band in concert, filling every corner of the auditorium with melodious if not harmonious music. Again time progresses. Now we find sleepy- eyed band boys in every class, for they reported at 7:30 A. M. to rehearse a weak spot in a march, or get the cuckoo and the wren just right in Christiansen's "The Norwegian Rhapsody", the contest piece. This accounts for the splendid showing the organization made at the contest, the Crowning event of the year. Lilies-of-the-valley, Smittie, keep it upl PERSONNEL Clarinetsz Arthur Zuelzke Willard Summers Lowrence Cromer John Mann Ernest Thompson Allan Burger Howard Myers Jock Lindsay Eugene Patterson William Clore Alto Clarinet: John Orwig Bass Clarinet: Philip Kint Flute-Piccolo: Wilbur Wonders George Anderson Dick Lopidos Robert Houghton Oboes: Robert Hanover Robert Carter Bassoon: Edwin Kuhn Alto Saxophone: Vinton Swihart Mike Poppas Eugene Stahl Tenor Saxophone: Robert Boroughf Baritone Saxophone: Joseph Miller Bass Saxophone: Loyd Holden Euphoniums: Hal Stout, Jr. Robert Kenyon Roger Ridge James Timanus Trombones: Marion Wetherill Harold Stroman Donald Bercaw Norman Deer Donald Boroughf OF THE BAND Tubas: Jock Fey Pierre Hover Don Kinnamon Dole Buckingham Raymond Yeager Robert Dreitzler Franklin Valenti Trumpets: Wendell Wells Jack LeComte Cornets: Ernest Eckert Lester Tyler Rex Ridge Donald Kline Norman Morxem James Tsantles Paul Settloge Carl Evert Harry Woodward Charles Brough Horns: Jock Prudden William Duffield Charles Leonard Robert Bates Melvin Wetherill Snare Drums: Wayne Still Mox Green George Knepper, Timpani: Mox Green Bass Drum: Philip Brubaker Cymballaz Gaylord Snovely Student Managers: Richord Switzer Raymond Lentz Conductor: E. E. Smith Jr ORCHESTRA PIT ORCHESTRA 3 "D " l , gl! lu N I' Q. ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL ORCHESTRA First Violins: Phyllis Guernsey Phyllis Ballinger Violas: Ernest Eckert Bob Houghton Mary Louise Colman Joe Miller Roger Ridge Marilyn Harter Maxine Segner Ethel Zimmerman Second Violins: Arthur Zuelzke Nan Wineland Margaret Stevens Donna Harrison lvadel Knepper Florence Norris Ellen Cramer Joan Kuhlman Donnavee Sahs George Pappas Jean Warner Cellosz Virginia Tyler Charlotte Schultz Joyce Pillsburg Francis Snavely Bass Viol: Robert Boroughf Nelvinci Curry Dorothy Cooper Robert Faye Flutes: Wilbur Wonders George Anderson Trombone: Marion Wetherill Harold Stroman Hal Stout, Jr. Bassoon: Eddie Kuhn Horns: Jack Prudden William Duffield Charles Leonard Robert Bates Melvin Wetherill Trumpets: Lester Tyler Rex Ridge Director: Mr. E. E. Smith "There is balm for hearts o'ertlowing in the magic of the bow, though one shall dream of days to come, and one of long ago"- Listeners to our high school orchestra found the above verse true indeed when they heard the strings sing out Schubert's love song in his "Un- finished Symphony". They also must have mentally danced to the strains of a Strauss waltz. There w!asn't any contest this year, but this ambitious organization gave some tine Mary Blinn Piano: Mary Herbert Drums: George Knepper Max Greene Wayne Still Oboe: Bob Hanover Bob Carter Clarinets: Willard Summers Jane Shaw Lawrence Cramer PIT ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Flute: First Violin: Wilbur Wonders Phyllis Guernsey clarinet: Phyllis Ballinger Arthur Zuelzke Jane Shaw Trumpet: Ernest Eckert Lester Tyler Horn: Jack Prudden Trombone: Hal Stout, Jr. Drum: Max Green Second Violin: Mary Louise Colman Roger Ridge Cello: Virginia Tyler Bass Viol: Robert Borought Piano: Mary Herbert Conductor: E. E. Smith COl"lCSl'l'S. PIT ORCHESTRA Wow! Was that sour note intended, or was it accidental? It must have been in the music, for that is the Fostoria High School Pit Orchestra. This up and coming organi- zation has done much fine work. lt played for all chapel programs, school plays, and other school activities. 63 aww, ..... VOCAL MUSIC lCHOIRSl A mighty cascade of tones thunders forth and suddenly changes to a rippling chord- yes, it's the vocal music stu- dents, hard at work preparing to win the contest. Beautiful tones as these never perish, the winds carry their ashes to eternity. HIGH SCHOOL A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Row-Sopranos-Bostic, White, Reiss, Echelbarger, Clary, Wise, Hotf- man, Foster, Miller, Miller, Altos- Pillsburg, Guernsey, Connor, Altman, Ballinger, Rothenbuhler, Dennis. Second Row-Sopranos-Tyson, Hill, Forbess, Herbert, Smith, Stout, Col- man, Myers, Coppus, Altos-Morel, Cook, Zeller, Volkmer, Saliers, Segner, Breidigan, Reinhard, Schlosser, Chap- man. Third Row-Second Bass-Clark, ller, Coburn, Thacker, First Bass-Kinna- man, Fruth, Zuelzke, First Tenor- Keyes, Harrison, Wendell, Estes, Gens- ler, Snavely, Nichols. Fourth Row--Second Bass--Basehore, Shrider, Yeager, First Bass--Deckard, Hunker, Kline, Rose, First Tenors--- Eckert, Rupert, Brink, Second Tenors -Boroughf, Clevenger, Stout, Zemer, .- l l i be BOYS' A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Row-Sopranos-LeComte, Sett- lage, B. McDaniel, Newhouse, Pickett, Bates, Altos-Windsor, Briggs, Baker, Burgbacher, Patterson, Clark, Marxen. Second Row-Sopranos-Bostic, Bo- day, Hill, Harrison, Smith, Wilcox, Cochie, Altos-Rhoad, Rouse, Rhoad, Hutchins, Evert, Schott, Roberts, Seiple, Might. Third Row-Tenors-Keyes, Gensler, Wendell, Zemer, Eckert, Boroughf, Clevengerg Bass-Clark, Yeager, Base- hare, Thacker, Shrider, Kline, Rose Deckard, Hunker. Absent from Picture - Sopranos - Rowe, Brubaker, Altos - Russell You ngston, Combs, Tenor-Nichols? Bass--Coburn. 1 Unmlzgma, . . MIXED CHORUS BOYS' GLEE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB lldenl-ificationsi First Row - Harrison, Wendel Keyes, Estes, Stout, Boroughf, Eck- ert, Snavely, Russel, Zuelzke, Fruth Hakes, Kirian, Horton, Rose, Frank- lin, Hunker, Bulley, Basehore Shrider, Yeager, Coburn, ller, Thacker. Second Row-Myers, Mottram Brink, Rupert, Smith, Gensler, Zem- er, Nichols, Clevenger, Kisabeth Raymont, Kline, Deckard, Bates Schauder, Stout, LeComte, Jones, Peters, Dreitzler, Fox, Clark. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB lldentificationsi First Row-Echelbarger, Tyson , Miller, Miller, Wise, Foster, Soles, Howard, Niday, Saliers, Ballinger Segner, Guernsey, Altman, Chap- man. Second Row-Bostic, Smith, Stout Colman, Corwin, Myers, Beatty, Hoffman, Thompson, Volkmer, Schlosser, Connor, Morel, Cook, Tyler, Pillsburg, Reinhard, Knox, Karp. Third Row-Forbess, Reiss, Frank Clary, Adams, Coppus, Sahs, Arn- old, Dieter, Eger, Zeller, Briedigan, Hayfield, Smith. Accompanist-Virginia Tyler. Absent From Picture-Hill, White Manos, Reigal, Wank. . . MIXED CHORUS lldenl-ificationsl Sopranos-White, Colman, Smith Stout, Clary, Hill, Lowe, Adams Echelbarger, Forbess, Reiss, Tyson Frank, Bostic, Manos, Miller Miller, Fortner, Marshall, Buck Myers, Howard, Niday, Foster Sahs, Coppus, Stroupe, Omler, Reigal, Wise, Sales, Sampson, Ohls Thompson, Corwin, Arnold, France Dillon, Anderson, Hoffman, Beatty Carmichael, Bishop, Saliers, Bersted Beeson. Altos-Reinha rd, Schlosse r, Den- nis, Guernsey, Segner, Briedigan Altman, Schwab, Hunt, Kuhlman Connor, Karp, Pillsburg, Zeller Davis, Burson, Moul, Hitchcock 1 1 BOYS' GLEE CLUB Record breakers! No, not in track but in the fine art of expressing oneself in song. Their love ditties thrilled the hearts of the fairer sex as did the songs of the trou- badours of old, beneath the moon. Their keen perception of music was coupled with an abundance of school spir- it GIRLS' GLEE CLUB E-E-E-E-E-E! Wrong guess -there is no mouse, lt is only the Girls' Glee Club vo- calizing a bit in preparation for the annual spring concert given by the vocal depart- ment. 'Most any Monday af- ternoon you can hear the magic harmonies ofthe girls. Drop around sometime, fel- lows l Dayringer, Beck, Detillian, Cook, Cook, Ballinger, Knox, Bogger, Stagger, Souder, Seaman, Augsbur- ger, Dieter, Eger, Smith, Nieresch- er, Chapman, Johnson, Tyler, Tru- del, Turner, Price, Hutchins, Wank, Hayfield. Tenors-Brink, Harrison, Rupert, Estes, Keyes, Mottram, Smith, Myers, Eckert, Wendel, Clevenger, Zemer, Stout, Gensler, Nichols, Hutchins, Snavely, Boroughf, Rus- sel, Schauder, Shrider, ller, Base- hore, Coburn, Yeager, Rose, Fox, Douglas, Bulley, Kirian, Clark, Pet- ers, Ward, Thacker, Deckard, Kisa- beth, LeComte, Kline, Fruth, Valen- ti, Bates, Kinnamon, Rewell, Stout, Jones, Hunkert, Franklin, Horton, Hakes, Zuelzke, Raymont, Dreitz- ler. el'-. , . ,se x HIGH SCHOOL MIXED CHORUS One hundred fifty voices support a glorious "Hallelu- jah." Then, at a signal from Director Fisher, the tour voice parts begin to toss it lightly to and fro. This is the Chorus in re- hearsal, putting the finish- ing touches to one of the in- spiring numbers. "For those who love fine things," we recommend this organiza- tion. S. . H ' fiff mmwiiff mmnmmxa fs ima, ssmmmwuenlxmn .:.:g:W.M W:-H ,A f-5 mum:-if-vfaa szavww-"fnmw:mww2wwRf:i3fuv 1 mwwmaxscmmaewvewsmammi E Z wi 3 i I Z ii 22 22 a S FE 3 S 2 5 F ns 'se sf: 2. J .ml- ..-...wwmmm --M.-WWWWW-W--,W-Q1 1 Q4 s ! Z 3 5 Jn t6alL FOOTBALL IDENTIFICATIONS First Row--Stout, Parmenter, Alge, Shirk, Lind, Hutchins, Schri- der, Maurer. Second Row-LeComte, Smith, Marshall, Roberts, Rowe, Stod- dard, Munsey, Aldrich. Third Row-Coe, Kisabeth, LeComte, Fruth, Whitman, Martin Horton, Fruth. Fourth Row-Russel, Fox, Clark, Overmire, Greenfield, Shitlet J. Fruth. Fifth Row-Papenfus, Lind, Longacre, L. Smith, lmber, Franklin Solomon. 11?-'V , ' Vf - " 7 1, W LL' ,4 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Visitors Opponents St.Wendelin ......... O Defiance ,..... ...... O Piqua ....... ...... l 4 Fremont ...... ...... 7 Lima South ...A....... ...... O Willard .................... ...... l 3 Tiffin Junior Home ..... ...... O Bowling Green .......... ,..... 7 Tiffin Columbian ....... ..A,.. O Findlay .................... ......... 6 Won 8, Lost 2 -E Coach-D. Trubey Trainer-AI Sawdy Faculty Manager-W. W. Nixon Fostoria 45 I9 12 6 7 21 7 30 7 i 9 I73 Cheerleaders-Joe Keyes, Wanda Shirk, Jean Saliers To W, is it imp. li '4 L. if 53' Sawdy Rolles fl se - ,. ff Nixon 73 ,W Mggrfgljf g' Jim' M 3 fy ' ,V -7 , k 9 A. 4.,..4,v ?,:,, . ,:- f f nf? 'Q ' Name Hal Stout, Jr. ...... . Pete Parmenter . William Alge ...,...... Owen Shirk ......, Henry Lind ....... Jimmy Hutchins Charles Smith Roscoe Marshall Harold Roberts ...,. Eugene Rowe ......... Wayne Stoddard William Munsey Junior Aldrich Graydon Whitman , Yea r .Senior Junior Senior ........ Junior ........ Senior ........ Junior ......, Junior ........ .Senior .Senior ....Senior Junior Junior ........ Junior ........ Jerry Fruth ............ Senior ........ Managers-Jim Solomon, Har- old Franklin, Dick Lapidos, Don March Position End ........ ........TackIe .. Senior .....,.. Tackle .. Guard .... Center .. Guard .... .Guard .... l-lalfback Halfback Fullback Halfback ........Quarter End ........ Haltback Guard .... Weight 132 179 171 165 168 160 163 ...,......155 ...,......155 ............164 55 .......,....165 ............16O ......,...14'5 163 .,av-1: 2:25 ta I-4 fc'-for gif? ,...1 A 'X 75 Baalmtball BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row-George Anderson, Jake Shiff, Wayne Stoddard, Johnny Orwig, Henry Lind. Second Row-Roscoe Marshall, Charles lmber, Clair Kisabeth, Junior Stout, Bill Maurer. BASKETBALL With five lettermen on the squad, the Fostoria cagers experienced one of the best seasons since l927. Coach John Rolfes' careful planning and un- tiring efforts led the team to l2 wins against 6 de- feats. One outstanding victory was over Fremont, the first over that school in 7 years. The lads won the City Championship from St. Wendelin for the fourth consecutive year. In winning two-thirds of the games, the F,H.S. boys were classed as a "point-a-minute" club with an average of 32.3 points per game. The above photo shows the team. Fostoria 35 North Baltimore ....... ..... 35 Alumni ..................... ..... 32 Toledo Vocational 27 Tiffin Columbian ..... ..... 31 Lima Central ........ ..... 27 Marion Harding ..,.... ..... 29 St. Wendelin ..,.... 37 Fremont Ross ..... 41 Willard ............ 29 Lima South ......... 27 Bowling Green ...... ..... 31 St. Wendelin ....... 47 Shelby ........ 32 Findlay ............ 28 Junior Home ....... 26 St. Wendelin .......... .,.... TOURNAMENT 41 Bucyrus ................ ..... 26 Findlay ...,.. 581 Point a minute Opponents Average 32.3 Average 28.1 ui .1 Q, fl as if T 1 .1 11 gi Q: Q 5 if 55 if 5 Fi is Vw" frm, -r' . Lf.1nLv,5 yi. ggi, gf, 5 78 BASKETBALL LETTERMEN George Anderson, Jake Shift, Wayne Stoddard, Johnny Orwig, Henry Lind, Roscoe Marshall, Clair Kisabeth, Junior Stout, Bill Maurer RESERVE BASKETBALL First Row-Francis Kimble, Clifford Fox, Robert Hanover, Alex Lind, Joe Keyes. Second Row-William Shiflet, Pete Parmenter, Charles lmber, Vernon Hor- ton, Eddie Wendel, Arthur Zuelzke. ..a--.gn 1 TA Y-4 , sf ' gl" I, I .-. D I V O T D I G G E R S BALL HAVVKS GOLF BASEBALL GOLF TEAM lldentificationsl Jack Zemer, Douglass McDan- iel, Alfred Basinger, Wayne Stoddard, Donald Martin, Jack Prudden, John Orwig, LeRoy Nichols BASEBALL With only a loss of two players, Coach Rolfes had a good turn-out of boys with real ability. Receipts from the Senior-Facul- ty basketball game allowed the Redmen to climb into some equip- ment. We hope Coach Rolfes can refill the shoes of the eight sen- iors, who played their last base- ball for F.H.S., with little trouble. GOLF After two years of organizing, in which a new interest has sprung up at F.H.S., golf has be- come one of the main spring sports. The team was increased from four players to six this year. Fostoria also joined the Con- genial Five, a league which con- sists of Findlay, Lima South, Lima Central, Bucyrus, and Fostoria. BASEBALL TEAM lldentificationsl Norm Tribbey, Harold Roberts, Dick Korg, Wayne Stoddard, Charles lmber, Henry Lind, Ros- coe Marshall, Bill Beeson, Bob Overmire, Rex Ridge, Don Rhoades, John Herrig, Red Stout, Edison Deiter 'ii' - i ' LIP gf' . Q l . 4'-1 5121! 5 9 fm ...Q-:,' Yi 1-4 gf? F f if rj' Q54 .1.l 51711-4-' G A L S W I T H G R A C E GIRLS' BASKETBALL 84 SENIOR G. A. A. CL- ? Fi :UO-Z P SENIOR G. A. A. First Row-Theodocia Groman, Miss Miller, Ruth Beeson, Lillian Rader, Mary Madden, Dorothy Wineland. Second Row-Anna Rose Lewis, Henrietta Potts, Dorothy Gossard, Mary Jane Segner, Eleanor Sowers, Wanda Smith, Unice Flechtner. Third Row-Doris Kieffer, Nelvina Curry, Dor- othy Mae Cooper, Phyllis March, Jean Sayre, Jean Myers, Josephine Whitman. Fourth Row-Betty Houghton, Norma Simen- dinger, Ruth Ellen Breidigan. G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, under the supervision of Miss Wilma Miller, is open to all girls in the upper three classes of high school. They sponsor the annual in- terclass basketball, baseball, and archery tournaments, promote school-spirit, foster sportsmanship, and win G.A.A. emblems and "F" Letters. JUNIOR G. A. A. First Row-Irene Copely, Phyllis Smothers, Janet Fast, Miriam Snavely, Virginia Goodale, Dolores Gallant, Virginia Fox, Betty Overy, Mae Graves, Virginia Lentz, Margaret Milligan. Second Row-Jean Stubblefield, Patricia Myers, Eleanor Drenning, lola Keckler, Maxine Regle, Mary Rays, Madonna Smith, Hilda Solomon, Mary Graves, Donna Breidigan. Third Row--Georgina Solomon, Mary Maddan, Ruth Ellen Breidigan, Josephine Whitman, Miss Wilma Miller. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT CHAMPS First Row-Lucille Hoffman, Helen Nierescher, Phyllis Bal- linger. Second Row-Dorothy Gossard, Viola Niswander, Jeanette Potts. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM A Senior team victorious again! lt really worked for the title of champion this year. The intramural competition was sponsored by the G.A.A. Thirteen teams entered, divid- ed into two leagues, each play- ing a round-robin tournament. The winners in each league then played for the school championship. nl, September 7-School opened. lO-Opening Assembly, Introduction ot new Super- intendent and new teachers. I7-Pep meeting, Night game, St. Wendelin vs. Fostoria, here. 24-Night game, Defiance vs. Fostoria, there. 29-George Elias, "Lawrence of Arabia." October l-Night game, Piqua vs. Fostoria, here. 4-G. R. Recognition Service. 8-Jeffrey Morgan lCalifornia Legislatorl, Night game, Fremont vs. Fostoria, here. l5-C. F. Fower lTravelogue Through the Westl, Night game, Lima South vs. Fostoria, there. 22-Student Talks: Junior Stout, Phyllis Guernsey, Douglass McDaniel, Hal Stout, Jr. and Sydney White, Night game, Jr. Order vs. Fostoria, here. 27-The Johnson Brothers, Nature Conservation Program. 28-HALLOWE'EN. 29-Night game, Willard vs. Fostoria, there, Mag- azine Campaign Opened. November 4--Night game, Bowling Green vs. Fostoria, there. 5-Teachers' Convention, NO SCHOOL, SENIOR DANCE. 8-NIGHT SCHOOL. lO-Dorothy Fuldheim. l3-Tittin vs. Fostoria, there. l7-Annual Pictures. lS-Nelson Eddy Quartette. 25-FINDLAY vs. FOSTORIA, here. 26-NO SCHOOL. 29-Judge Bale. December 2-All School Play, "The Night of January l6th," 3-Bible's Animal Circus. lO-Basketball season opened, N. Baltimore, here. l7-Vocal Music Dept. Christmas Program, Toledo Vocational, here. 22-Tiffin, here. 23-CHRISTMAS VACATION BEGINS. ' January l-HAPPY NEW YEAR. 7-Guy Morris Bingham, Guidance Program, Lima Central, there. l5-Marion, here. l7-Annual Campaign Assembly. 22-Fremont, here. 28-Willard, there. 1-4 , EM QD.. -.-.1 ..l. SCIIUD1 K February l-Dr. C. F. Anspach of Ashland College. 4--Lima South, here. 6--Band Concert. l l--George Talch, Bowling Green, here. I5--St. Wendelin, there. l8-C. D. LaRue, Constitution Centennial Celebra tion, Jr. Mystery Dance. l9-Sleet Storm, Shelby, here. Zl-Senior Class Party. Z2-NO SCHOOL, Findlay, there. 23-W. L. Markham lAir Traveloguel. 25-Jr. Order Home, there. March I-St. Wendelin, here. 4-"The Human Adventure." 4-5-Basketball Tournament. l l-Girls' Mixer, Jr. Class Play. I5-Music Festival. l6-Faculty vs. Seniors. I7--Contest Play, "Submerged." I9-Band Contest, Bluffton. 23-Basketball Banquet. 25-Vocal Contest at Ada. 29--April l--Safety Week. 29-A film shown by the Health Department. April l-Evening-Senior Spring Dance. 2-The Senior Scholarship Contest at Tiffin. 8-Assembly, lO:3O, Betty Robinson, Olympic Track Star, l928, l936. 8-3:30, Lambda Sigma Fashion Tea in the Gym. l l-i2-i3-Pre-school Easter Devotional assemblies of Hi-Y and G.R. lZ-Evening, Omicron Lambda One-Act Play Con- test. l4-l 5- l 8-Spring Vacation. 22-State Vocal Contest at Columbus. 23-State Band Contest at Columbus. X 25-29-Art Exhibit sponsored by the Art Dept. 29-Assembly, Dr. Games, Professor of Art, Ohio State Univ. 29-Evening, Annual Hi-Y Sweetheart Banquet. May 5-6-Spring Concert by the Vocal and instrumen- tal Music Departments. 7-Scholarship Team participated at Bowling Green in District Contest. 8--Sunday, Annual Exhibit. l2-l 3-The Senior Class Play. l3-The Faculty Play, "Drums of Death." ZO-Senior Assembly. 20-Evening, Junior-Senior Prom. PQ 22-Baccalaureate. Z7-Commencement, Dr. Frank Slutz, Speaker. ii, .1.T . - ,Q 'il 1- M 62 U .l.-. 5? 22: QQ ii V EY 25 5 Q 54 55? is ESQ we ,ig fl fl U if fx ,L .gs 50 ff .if - 91 SKS 35? Kai an gf 342 UK , 5, vi? E? sv ii 'is sv iai H? iii 3 32 .K if in 5 Q! . , ,,,f, ., i -k'f -ff ' - w- 4, ,,,. Jw, faai 6!fb1g.afuL 1410-m mr!-0 I4Zm4Mw r G I R L S , ' 1410-m m40w I4Zm4mw VI-QOW First Row-Gloria Burger, Nedra Ann Raubenolt, Joan Mergenthaler, Betty Ritter, Edna Couch, Ruth Kimble, Ber- nadein Marshall, Rita Kresge, Mary Dray, Marie Freeman, Maxine Perkins, Florence Lynch, Letha Rothenbuhler, Dorothy Bradner, Evelyn Butler, Thel- ma Bower, Goldie Augsburger, Margie Walters, Lois Steinhour. Second Row-Doris Stambough, Alice Opperman, Helen P'oorman, Mable Groves, Margaret Hill, Lucille Lind, lvadell Knepper, Constance Basehore, Dorothy Rowe, June Jacoby, Leona First Row-Albert Gardner, Bob Gos- sard, John Snavely, Deso Butler, Maur- ice Seiple, Billy Clore, Paul Settlage, Don Scott, Dale Reed, Robert Young, Dan Switzer, Charles Bisier, Howard Alge, Paul Loach, Syando Denon, Carl Everett, Bob Kirk, Lauren Brandeberry. Second Row-Kenneth Hanley, Cloyce Lee, Bill McDaniel, Don Olin, Eugene Seel, Robert Williams, Forrest Cole, Norman Marxen, John Burgbacher, Mike Poppas, LeRoy Haynes, Don Mol- First Row-Jean Garner, Ethel Atkins, Frances Hunt, Miriam Snavely, Mar- garet Milligan, Edna Biddle, Louise Davis, Virginia Goodale, Dorothy Cline, Marcella Emerine, Mary Wick- ert, Lucille Hartley, Lois Houghton, Ethel Ward, Dolores Gallant, Irene Copley, Marcella Goebel, Beatrice Soles, Mildred Lambright. Second Row-Madonna Smith, Ellen Moyer, Donna Gibat, Marilyn Coverett, Mae Graves, Marjorie Wilhelm, Mar- garet Emerine, Nancy Shupe, Beverly First Row-Carl Harding, Raymond Souder, Albert Rhoad, Dale Bennett, Bill Decker, Junior Bassinger, Russell Smith, Gene Bentz, Don Feisel, Junior Munson, Charles Warrington, Calvin Roberts, Lowell Barkeley, Sammy Stipp, Harold Potts, Billy Sheridan, Mark Hill, Eugene Shultz, Rudolph Walters, George Wilson, Jim Youngs- ton. Second Row-Eugene Dixon, Dale Har- rison, Robert Schlosser, Wendell Reff- ner, Dean McCullough, Richard Fer- guson, Raymond Boday, Rudolph Cohn, EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS Niswander, Lorraine Madden, Evelyn Daugherty, Rosella Gibat, Beatrice Anderson, Janice Zemer, Patricia Ruhl, Alice June Ford, Barbara Warner. Third Row-Miriam Davidson, Mar- garet Koons, Doris Holden, Donna Jean Hall, Dorothy Keifer, Josephine Spit- ler, Joan Huston, Mary French, Aug- usta Knox, Naomi Smith, Betty Lord, Doris Weaks, Ida Louis, Mildred Clark, Georgiana Solomon, Mary Jo Bullock, Margaret McDonel, Wanda Geyer, Matiel Preis, Bethe Bucher, Betty Groves, Margerite Hunker. EIGHTH GRADE BOYS ter, Paul Hendricks, Gene Russel, Wendell Wells, Vernon Newhouse, J. Johnson, Karl Crarner, Wayne Pickett. Third Row-Dwight Baker, Dick Bru- baker, Bill House, Harold Lafferty, Robert Senn, Clarence Poston, Richard Crow, Ralph Birdwhistell, Wilbur An- derson, Joy Shuman, Ronald Dible, William Brooms, Charles Brandeberry, Willard Hay, Norman Koons, Howard Russel, Harry Dawson, Dick Miller, Sam Grogg, Wayne Manecke. SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS Kiefer, Patricia Myers, Mary Rais, Joyce Lambright, Betty Bradner, Mary Graves, Helen Wagner, Helen Shrider, Virginia Fox, Janet Fast, Jean Sowers. Third Row-Barbara Carter, Virginia Creeger, Virginia Lentz, Betty Overy, Roberta McNeal, Betty Cowdrick, June Niday, Barbara Loe, Lenora Stroman, Beatrice Miller, lola Keckler, Eleanor Drenning, Joan Powell, Betty Schall, Jeanette Castret, Dorothy Hartley, Constance Coppus, Mary Horner, Vir- gine Rahrig, Bessie Rigel. SEVENTH GRADE BOYS Eugene Helms, Lenwood Freeman, John Chandler, Milton Cardwell, Don Wid- mer, Carl Rouse, Vern Mompher, Wil- liam Cline, Robert Hills, Robert Hut- chins, Dick Deer, Carl Shiff, Wayne Dannis. Third Row-Carter Clark, Ivan Maur- er, Henry Dieter, Henry Macias, Robert Omlor, John Florea, Dale Stoddard, Glenn Reinhard, Paul Might, Hayden Rowe, Joe Kirk, Jim Hilvers, LeRoy Myers, Charles Atwell, George Thom- asson, Junior Wilcot, Harry Bostic, Vincent Emerine, Clinton Smith, Ger- ,W S ini! Q ,xii ., Ili-s' f mx ' , 5 Fourth Row-Hope Kidd, Donna Brei- digan, Alice Moffit, Mary Davis, Mary Bea, Marion Bibbs, Audrey Deckard, Leta Bostic, Jean Stubblefield, Joan Oyler, Arline Anderson, Louis Bates, Anna Greenfield, Hilda Solomon, Carol Williams, Maxine Pappas, Vadelta Cousin, Helen Fong, Leona Barkley, Patsy Walsh, Gloria Langman, Virginia Wilhelm. Fifth Row-Jacqueline Knowles, Betty Anderson, Donna Jean Stout, Florence Zuelzke, Gertrude Jones, Maxine Wil- cox, Evelyn Dixon, Fourth Row-Tommy Smith, Robert Struble, Orlo McKean, Paul Pingle, James Golkerman, Joe Maloney, Rich- ard Bateson, Richard Seel, Donald Ward, Robert Wagner, Joe Calmes, James Timanus, Melvin Wetherill, LeRoy Scheffel, R. Myers, Charles Davis. Fifth Row-Vernon Baker, Allen Sampson, Robert Dennis, Bob Bickley, Bob Coe, John Alley, Glenn Windsor, Don Etchen, Elmer Kelbley. Fourth Row--Esther Laney, Mary Ellen Slater, Dorothy Lowery, Suzanne Har- ris, Dorothy Manecke, AnnaBelle Wy- ley, Helen Anderson, Jeanne Friesner, Betty Church, Bertha Daniels, Donna Lewis, Betty Miller, Ida Lewis, Ruth Clark, Doris Babb, Bertha Mall, Hazel Kimble, Mary Gibson, Frances Beery, Martha Gibson, Lucy Gleason, Donna Lewis, Mary Sayre, Doris Higley, Car- olyn Corwin, Margie Finch, June Wun- derlin. ald Cox, Neil Rangeler, James Whit- man, Buddy Hay, Billy Hiser, John Munger, Howard Cramer, James Shew- ard, Clyde Lee, Vernan Below, John Reinhard, Clarence Myers, James Al- ley, Davic Weiker, Chester Layton, Warren Coppus, Jack Mompher, Don Smith, Charles Heckathorne, Billy Allen, Paul Smith, Robert Barringer, Maurice Ferguson, Robert lmber, Wil- Iiam Smith, James House, Don Lam- bright, Bob Horner, Wilbur Schaufel- berger, John Wolfarth, Welton Snave- ly. 93 f - dctw FRESHMAN PLAYERS J U N I 0 R H I G H F O 0 T B A L L U U O 750-ZCH I0-I FRESHMAN PLAYERS l Identificationsl First Row-Mrs. Hutchinson, Janet Mansfield, Janice Coppus, Katherine Smith, Evelyn Shock, Donna Jean Har- rison, Royetta Hoffman. Second Row-Ruth Ann Flechtner, Vanda June Nichols, Evelyn Shirk, Mary Jane Lee, Jean Knepper, Mar- garet Stevens, Mary France, Ruth Hoffman. Third Row-Kathleen Yeager, Jean Wendel, Dorothy Decker, Jean Wade. Fourth Row-Wilbur Franklin, Richard Lapidos, Robert Fast. JR. HIGH FOOTBALL First Row-Louis Dawson, Lloyd Hold- en, James Maurer, Robert Might, Don March, Wilbur Franklin, Lowell French. Second Row-Richard West, Charles Franklin, Wayne Bennett, Frank Sal- dusky, Franklin Kirian, Carl Lambright. Third Row-Mr. Treece, Charles Wil- cox, Ralph Birdwhistel, Mr. Stearns, Charles Foster, Mr. Zumpft. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL First Row - Lloyd Holden, James Maurer, Bob Might, Wilbur Franklin, Frank Kirian, Second Row--Mr. Treece, Charles Franklin, Wayne Bennett, Harry Smith, Wilbur Anderson, Mr. Stearns. AS rj' fl ' 4 W FRESHMAN PLAYERS Freshman Players, the em- bryo of the Dramatic Unit of the school, instructs beginners in the fundamentals of acting. Great actors and actresses may come from this simple begin- ning. The sponsor and the members of this group deserve much Commendation for their fine work. JUNIOR HIGH ATHLETICS The "future athletes of FHS" did fairly well in their department this year. Despite the old injury "jinx", the football team won two out of three contests. These injuries also cut into the bas- ketball team. However, the boys won 6 out of l4 contests, and went to the finals of the district Junior High tour- nament. A 'X 95 mtzlwm, S2 . gm'- fg ff 414' . i.., . 2 LIKVLE I ' I IO 2 ' - , K 3 'P ,151 'j,,e,,,'b 9 4 Q ff, 4 4 D Z 6 5 JTC 6.4 VL THE GRAY PRINTING COMPANY FOSTORIA OHIO 9 D 9 a has TI-IE GRAY PRINTING COMPANY with 5O years of progressive achievement. 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Titti WALTERS BEAUTY SHOP Fostoria's Most Modem Shop of Beauty Culture Street Ph 55 COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL CARBON CO., INC. IOHN B. ROGERS PRODUCING CO. World's Largest Producers of Amateur Theatricals Paqeants, Spectacles and Centennial Celebrations COMPLIMENTS OF PASTIME BILLIARD PARLOR AND BOWLING ALLEY W. E. KINNEY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Phone 28 I3I W. Center St., Fostoria COOK ELECTRICALLY THE OHIO POWER COMPANY N O R GE REFRIGERATORS GAS G' ELECTRIC RANGES WASHERS IRONERS AIR CONDITIONING I Service on All Appliances ART'S NORGE APPLIANCE STORE I I I E. North Street Phone 242-W More People Ride ON GOODYEAR TIRES Than on any other kind GOODYEAR SERVICE BUILD YOUR HOME with LUMBER and MILLWORK from THE EAST NORTH STREET LUMBER CO. i Phone 238 - Fostoria, Ohio I Heat Your Home With Our Quality Cocxls COMPLIMENTS OF MIKE L. BROWN 101 PERRY STREET T FosToRlA, on-no COMPLIMENTS or FEASEL'S WHITE FRONT MAIN cf SOUTH ST. FOSTORIA, or-no COMPLIMENTS OF 1-INDLA' grnfr-f --RJR Pcunts cmd Varmshes FRUTH HARDWARE Established 1908 WITH COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOSTORIA ROTARY CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF L. WAGNER, Distributor TOLEDO BLADE THE SUBSTANTIAI. BANKING PRACTICE OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FOSTORIA for the past Fifty-Six years has made it the Outstanding Bank of the Community GEORGE R. CAMERON INSURANCE AND BONDS FIRE AUTOMOBILE LIFE Mom and TIIIIII SIS. Phone 627 Everything in Music and Musical Instruments G I L L I A R D' S West North Street CLIFF 6. WALT BABBERS OUR AIM - YOUR SATISFACTION IO7 E. Center St. BARNHART RADIO 6. ELECTRICAL SERVICE GUARANTEED, REASONABLE SERVICE On All Radios, Refrigerators and Appliances 143 W. North Phone 209 BERT'S RESTAURANT The Best in Food REGULAR MEALS, SHORT ORDERS, STEAKS AND CHOPS, SALADS AND SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS Try Our Sunday Dinners! SPECIAL PLATE LUNCHES, SANDWICHES FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT GLENN SMITH CHEVROLET COMPANY 304 North Main Street Telephone S4 The Best Key for Anyone's Lite is Found in School THAT CANNOT BE LOST SHOULD YOU WANT A KEY TO YOUR HOUSE GO TO GEORGE BODDY PETER CLOTHING STORE "FOSTORIA'S LARGEST AND FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE" FOSTORIA, OHIO F. G. KLEINHEN R. D. KLEINHEN REAL SERVICE IN REAL ESTATE KLEINHEN 8c SON Phones 792-911 T' 110 E. Center St. PAINTS, WALLPAPER, WINDOW SHADES, GLASS PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. 119 N. MAIN sr. - PHONE 644 C. E. HARDIN G LUNCHES ci GROCERIES I23 E. CENTER STREET COMPLIMENTS OF WHITEHOUSE HAMBURGER SHOP 114 E. CENTER STREET Kiwanis Club HAZEL'S RESTAURANT SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER, SPECIAL SHORT ORDERS, HOME MADE PIES, SANDWICHES and GOOD COFFEE A. H. YONKER INSURANCE 26 YEARS OF SERVICE 108 E. Center Phone 180 BICYCLE TIME IS HERE Let us overhaul the old bike. It will Iook better and ride a lot easier. Better still, trade it in on a new 1938 model. Your Old Reliable Bicycle Dealer A. Copley 105 Perry St. Comlete Line of IVIen's and Boys' CLOTHES AND FURNISHINGS ART'S CLOTHES SHOP 124 s. MAIN sr. FURNITURE CDl11P I'l I " stung-,f.4:r0....q5 EFIST I'lDFlTH FIT POTTER ISALY'S OUR CONGRATULATTONS TO THE CLASS OF 1938 LLOYD BROTHERS' INSURANCE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING C. N. MCCLEAD TIN AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Phone 1183 Roofing and Spouting HARROLD FUNERAL HOME 143 West Tiffin St. Fostoria, Ohio Phone 21 YOU think of Commencement as the end of something, but the occasion is none the less named correctly, for you are entering upon a new and much more serious phase of life. The Commercial Bank and Savings Co. adds its congratulations to those you are receiving from other sources, and hopes you will remember its readiness to be of service. The Bank of Personal Service THE COMMERCIAL BANK 6 SAVINGS CO. Candyland Carl Smith N S Dr. Gebert Royal Cafe Dr. Ruble Y.M.C.A. Dr. Rowe W. D. Zuber Dr. E. C. Belt Western Union Sunshine Point Iay Millinery B. F. Kissell R. C. Guernsey The Preis Store Dr. I. N. Kiebel Mr. lim Rowles Mason's Tearoom New Ohio Hotel Dr. A. O. Cole l Dr. Iames Carter Edward's Dry Cleaning Eqtorfs Drug Store David Frankhart Erma's Beauty Shop Fostoria Auto Club Floyd I. Kinnamon Dr. G. Hartnett, MD. American Shoe Repair Daymude's Beauty Shop Schlenker Barber Shop Smith Barber Shop Swartz Barber Shop Babcock gud Hugs Hoyt Seed Company Pence Home Grocery Timanus Hardware Store Wernick's Food Market Dr. M. E. Seiple Mr. George Snyder Ohio Farmer's Grain Supply Mattingly Millinery Shop Leona Gross Beauty Shoppe George's Shoe Repair Shop Gillig Electric Store Esther's Beauty Shop The Book 6. Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cunningham FOSTORIA ICE 8: COAL CO. ICE - COAL - STOKOL STOKERS Air-Conditioned Refrigerators Phone 71 1 Compliments of FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, Inc. Phone 1 1 Fostoria, Ohio READ THE REVIEW More News More Features More Advertising Fostoria's Exclusive MEMBER of Audit Bureau of Circulations You Know What You Get and Get What You Know in the Review Compliments of DlCi ENS STUD! THE V 11113 111113 CLASS OF 1938 Fountain Service and Light Luncheons COMPLIMENTS OF CHURTZ :S ROSENBERGER Phone 77 THE FOSTORIA PRESSED STEEL CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS OF "LOCALITE" AND INDUSTRIAL LIGHTING UNITS ODENWELLEITS FURNITURE, RUGS, CARPETS Phone 282 CLOVER FARM STCRES For High Quality Food oi or Moderorte Price, Try' Your Favorite CLOVER FARM STORE We Must Pleorse You or Your Morley Will be Cheeriuliy Refunded All Stores Individually Owned COPPUS' CLOVER FARM BASKET MARKET KINKER'S CLOVER FARM DRAY'S CLOVER FARM BABB'S CLOVER FARM RUSSELL'S CLOVER FARM COMPLIMENTS OF SACKETT'S GREEN HOUSE FLOWERS Fon ALL OCCASIONS Office Telephone 125 Residence Phone 610 FOSTER SHOES 122 SOUTH MAIN BE FIT BY X-RAY FOSTORIA IRON 61 METAL COMPANY LOWEST PRICES New and Used Auto Parts and New and Used Tires New and Used Auto Glass Installed While You Wait We Buy A11 Makes of Cars and All Kinds of Junk Quality Grades of Coal at Reasonable Prices PHONE 451 MYER SHIFF, Mgr. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS- Your hard Work has brought you Success Our hard Work brtnqs you outstanding Entertainment STATE 6 CIVIC THEATRES COMPLIMENTS OF THE SENECA LUMBER 6. MILL CO. THE SENECA WIRE MFG. CO. FOSTORIA, oi-no SERTELL WELDING SHOP A. A. SERTELL FOSTORIA, OHIO Stewart-Wamer Bendix Home Refrigerators Laundry S T R O M A N 125 E. Center Street Oliver Farm Findlay Machinery Stokers Fostoria, Ohio EDISON CUT RATE DRUG STORE Complete Line of Cosmetics ond Drugs - Lowest Prices in Ohio HIGH SCHOOL Troop 57 ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA FOSTORIA EXCHANGE CLUB , ion Sponsor Sponsor fi gi Annual Ha1lowe'en Swimming Pool Proiect Ez Festival rr x ff EAT AT HARRY'S QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Short Orders Soups .Sandwiches II8 Perry St. H. C. HARTMAN FOSTORIA'S ONLY R.C.A, DEALER RADIO SERVICE 129 W. CENTER PHONE 199 COMPLIMENTS OF MAXINE'S RESTAURANT 119 East Center Maxine Kronert, Prop F. H. KIEFFER RACKET STORE Headquarters for Hunting and Fishing Licenses Tackle and Ammunition 326 South Main Street Fostoria, Ohno ELECTROLUX GAS REFRIGERATOR The Refrigerator You Hear About But Never Hear THE GAS COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF HOME SERVICE STORES A. R. WEAKS Phone 342 1 10 East North St. C. C. HALL Phone 531 575 Columbus Ave. ED HARTLIN E Phone 76 IO6 S. Vine Street SOI E. Jackson Street YENSER MARKET Phone 30 124 W. Center St. KARCHER GROCERY Phone 465 701 S. Poplar St. GEAR'S GROCERY Phone 74 647 N. Main St. FRED SCHARF Phone 231-W 387 Perry St. WYCKOFF 'S Phone 256-W 349 West South Street 1 4 K


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