Fostoria High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 136
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There should be some tie that will bind
one to his school after he leaves. Most
people say their school days Were the
happiest of their lifey therefore we have
attempted to provide such a tie in making
a year book Worthy of such a position in
the hearts of the students. We have
tried to create something that will please,
something from which not only the
graduating class but also the rest of the
school may derive many hours of en-
joyment the remainder of their lite.
Every great bridge that is built, every
great building that is erected costs dearly
in human life and sacrifice. All things
in this World have a price. The more
desirable the goal, the greater is the
cost. Each worthwhile thing must be
dragged forth from the universe.
We have spent twelve busy, happy
years in school. We have lived Well
during this short period. Even though
at times we have seemed thoughtless
and unappreciative, We have been con-
scious of the silent hands that have been
Working for us.
To you who have made our education
possible, to you who have made the
sacrifice and paid the price, to you-
OUR PARENTS" We dedicate this book,
lHl HHHHH Ill lIllllIHlIHN
This year the Board of Education again
showed its deep concern for the welfare of
the student body by undertaking the ex-
tensive building program which is still
being carried on. There are four new
buildings being erected and additions are
being made to the high school and other
This will make possible a more effective
and beneficial program of education by
eliminating the over-crowded conditions
which existed in nearly all the buildings
and laboratories. It will increase and en-
large the number of vocational shops: also,
the science laboratories will now be cap-
able of holding all the students.
Through the gracious help of this body
of men, it was also made possible to pur-
chase the orgatron. This beautiful instru-
ment has given and will continue to' give
enjoyment to the students of Fostoria High
school and the public.
The students and their parents must
surely realize that the Board is deeply con-
cerned With, and is organized to care for
the affairs of this school.
H. L. Zemer, president R. I. Carter, vice president: Hurry Leonard, clerk
Floyd Kirmczmcm dnd D. D. Schldtter.
H. L. FORD
Ashland College, A.B.
Ohio Stole, B.S.
Ohio State, M.A.
W. M. HAWK
University of Cincinnati, A.B.
University of Cincinnati, M.A.
MISS MABEL I. BOURQUIN. B.S.
University of Toledo
"The first principle of education
is not teaching, but love."
The Dean of Girls of Fostoria
Senior High certainly lives up
to this ancient quotation. Miss
Bourquin has been tireless in her
efforts to steer the girls along
the right Way.
MISS VERA EGER, B.S.
Bowling Green University
The heavy responsibility of
shouldering the problems of six
grades of girls had long rested
on one person: but finally in
1938, Miss Eger was appointed
dean of lunior High girls. Al-
ready she has proved herself
very qualified for this honor. The
lunior High girls look to her and
respect her advice.
BYRON O. STEARNS, B.S.
lust last year appointed lunior Dean of
Boys, Mr. Stearns has proved himself to be
Worthy of the task. His efficiency in deal-
ing with the younger boys of the school
has shown noticeable results in the two
years he has been dean. l-le and Miss
Eger are welcome additions to the school
system and are greatly appreciated by the
W. W. NIXON, M.A.
The man whom many boys depend on
for advice and encouragement in their
various endeavors is a man who is little
publicized but who deserves much recog-
nition, Mr. Nixon, Senior Dean of Boys. He
has displayed exceptional patience in
dealing with the various problems of the
boys. The entire student body appreciates
his Work immensely.
film M M
W . Q
Miss Betty Barchus
Secretary to Principal
O. K. Caldwell. B.A.
Audubon Nitesak Adviser
Mrs. Mary Chamberlain
Secretary to Superintendent
Miss Helen Crafts. M.A.
Lambda Sigma Adviser
Miss Virginia Crawford. B.A.
Senior Class Adviser
National Honor Adviser
University ot Wisconsin
Mr. David Davis. B.S.
7 and 8 Science
Model Airplane Club Adviser
Mrs. Mildred Davis. B.S.
Girl Reserves Sponsor
Mr. George Evans. B.S.
Senior Class Adviser
Bowling Green, Ohio State
Mr. Wallace T. Fisher. B.S.. P.S.M.
Vocal Music Director
University of Cincinnati
Miss Isabel Hunt. B.A.
Girl Reserves Sponsor
Lake Erie, Ohio State
Mrs. Mildred Mickey Hutchinson. B
Freshman Players Sponsor
Mr. Normand Iones. B.S.
Bowling Green, Wittenberg
Miss Lucille Kanable. R.N.
Miss Agnes Kircher. MA.
Art Club Adviser
Wisconsin, Ohio State
Mr. George Knepper. B.S.
Iunior Class Adviser
Accounting Department Head
Bliss, Bowling Green
Mr. C. D. LaRue. B.A.
Otterbein, Ohio State
Mr. C. F. Leiter. M.A.
Omicron Lambda Adviser
Findlay, Columbia University
Mr. Stanley Lewis. B.S.
Asst. Football Coach
Miss Pearl McCauley, B. A.
North Central, Ohio State
Miss Donelda McDonald. B.S.
Typing I and Il
Adviser Commercial Club
Miss Katherine Marshall. 3.5.
Bache1or's Daze Sponsor
Girls' Home Ec. Club Sponsor
University of Tennessee, Kent
Miss Wilma Miller. B.S.
Mr. C. N. Nacci. B.S. in Iournalism.
B.S. in Languages
Ohio State, Wisconsin
Mr. Iohn Rolies. B.S.
Mr. Allen Sawdy. B.S.
Miss Hannah Scott. B.S.
Ohio State, University of Illinois
Mr. E. E. Smith. MJL
Mr. R. O. Smith. B.S.
Ir. Business Training
Bus. Adviser for Annual
Miss Ina Sponsler. BA.
Ohio Wesleyan, T.B.U.
Miss Hazel Stubbins. B.S.
Bowling Green, U. of Michigan
U. of Colorado
Miss Lucy Swingle. BA.
Home Economics Club Adviser
Bachelors Daze Sponsor
Mr. Dwight tlkel Trubey. B.S.
Director of Athletics
Miss Oneita Whiteman. B.S.
Bowling Green, Miami University
New York University
Mr. Norman Wicks. M.A.
Asst. Debate Coach
Mr. Charles Zumpht. B.S.
Vice Pres lack Zemer Pres.,-Bill Munsey B. Treas.-Joe Keyes
G Treas lean Saliers Sec.+Mary E. Herbert
l hold it truth with him who sings
To one clear harp in divers tones
That men may rise on stepping stones
Of their dead selves to higher things.
So another senior class is leaving Fostoria
High. For four years these Walls have con-
stituted their lives, their joys and sorrows.
As they prepare for their grand exit, they
realize that this building has harbored four
unforgettable years of lasting friendships.
Attractive personalities, rounded charac-
ters, keen determination, and qualities of
leadership are the results of these years at
As a parting thought, the seniors hope they
have made this school a little better in return
for the unrewarded gifts with which it has
VIRGINIA BROOKOVER DALE BUCKINGI-IAM IULIAN BULLEY
MARY BROWN IOHN BUCKINGHAM
ISOBEL CARMICHAEL CAROLYN COPPUS ESTHER DAVIS
IEANNETTA CONNOR BETTY CROWE
FENTRESS DAYRINGER GLADYS DENNIS ALICE DINSMORE
CLARA ELLEN DECKER ARCHIE DILLON
BETTE GRAF MARIE GREENWOOD DON HALE
CHARLES GREENFIELD ROBERT HAINES DWIGHT HALL
ROBERT HANEY BETTY HARRIS PIERRE HAVER
IUNE HARDING WARREN HARSHMAN
MARY HERBERT ROBERT HOLDEN IAMES HOWARD
MARY HITCHCOCK ROBERT I-IOUGHTON
CHARLES LECOMTE GEORGE LOGSDON IOHN MANN
HENRY LIND DOROTHY MADDEN
ROSCOE MARSHALL IOE MILLER KATHRYN MOREL
GERALD MIGHT BOB MOHR
HELEN MORRISON BILL MOSIER IUNE MYERS
BERNADINE MOSIER BILL MUNSEY
LE ROY NICHOLS IAMES OGG
BETTY OHLS VIRGINIA PAINTER
PETE PARMENTER ION PETERS
LEHR RANGLER IEAN READ
AMY REINHARD BETTY RHOAD ROGER RIDGE
VICTOR REYNOLDS BETTY RIDENOUR
ARDETH ROTHENBUHLER IEAN SALIERS IEAN SAYRE
IAMES ROWLES LA VONNE SAMPSON
MARY IANICE SCHUH IAKE SHIFF BILL SHIFLET
THELMA SCHULTZ SYLVIA SHIFF
DEAN SNYDEH MILDRED SPITLER HELEN STEINHOUR
IAMES SOLOMON ELLSWORTH STATLER PAULINE WAGNER
DICK SWITZER SCOTT TARRIS NORMAN TRIBBY
FLORENCE TALMADGE DOROTHY THOMPSON
IAMES TSANTLES GAVITT ULSH BETTY WAGNER
WANDP. TYSON DONNA VOLKMER
PAUL WARD MARION WETHERILI.
GRAYDON WHITMAN DOROTHY WINELAND
BESSIE WISE IACK ZEMER
ETHEI. ZIMMERMAN ARTHUR ZUELZKE
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3:
Choir 2: Office 3, 4
Hi-Y 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Football
3, 4: Home Economics 3
IOHN FRANKLIN BAKER
Chorus l, 2
Hi-Y 3, 4: Wrestling 2
Hi-Y 4: Bachelor's Daze Club 4
Basketball 2, 3: Home Economics 3:
Wrestling 2, 3: I-li-Y 3, 4: Dramatics
4: Golf 3.
Audubon Nitesak l, 2: Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Choir 4: G. R. l, 2, 3, 4:
Annual Staff: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4
Iackson High 1, 2, 3: Commercial
Club 4: Home Economics 4
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Choir
2: Home Economics 2, 3: Commercial 4
Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Glee Club
2, 3: Scriveners 3, 4: G. R. l, 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 4: Football 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Choir 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Bach-
elor's Daze Club 2. ,
G.A.A. l: Freshman Players: Girls'
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Fremont High l, 2, 3: Omicron Lambda
4: Girls' Basketball 4
Orchestra 1: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Home
Chorus 2: Glee Club 2: Hi-Y 4
Choir 4: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Scriv-
eners 3: Omicron Lambda 3, 4:
Scholarship 2, 3, 4
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
2: Chorus l, 2, 3: Glee Club Z: G. R.
l, 2, 3, 4: Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Omicron
Lambda 2, 3, 4: Scriveners 2, 3, 4:
Iournal Staff 3, 4: Annual Staff 4:
Nurses Office 3, 4: Dramatics 4
Chorus 3: Choir 3: Girls' Glee Club 3:
Girls' Basketball 3: Ioumal Staff 4:
Omicron Lambda 3: Freshman Players:
Audubon Nitesak 2: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4: Accounting 4
Chorus Z, 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: Ac-
counting 4: Choir 3: G. R. l, Z, 3, 4:
Lambda Sigma 3: Commercial Club 4
Freshman Players: Basketball l, 2, 3,
4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Art
Ashland l, 2
All School Play 4: Annual Staff 4:
Journal Staff 4: Dramatics 4: G. R. 3, 4:
Omicron Lambda 4: Girls' Basketball 4
Freshman Players: Chorus l, 2, 3:
Scholarship 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3:
lournal Staff 4: Annual Staff
CLARA ELLEN DECKARD
Chorus 1, 2: Modern Maids Z, 3, 4:
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Girls' Basketball
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club l, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3, 4: Freshman Players l: Audubon
Nitesak 2: Commercial Club 4
Chorus l, 2: Annual Staff: Iournal
Staff: Hi-Y 3, 4: Photography Club 4
Scholarship l, 2, 3: Student Council
1: Ioumal Staff 4: Annual Staff: Ir.
Class Play: All-School Play 3, 4:
Dramatics 3, 4: Debate 2, 3, 4: Girl
Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Omicron Lambda
2, 3, 4: Lambda Sigma 2, 3: Freshman
Players: Girls' Basketball l, 2: Na-
tional Honor 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 47 Modern Maids
1, 2, 3, 47 G. R. 3, 47 G.A.A. 3
Hi-Y 3, 47 Chorus 47 Traffic Patrol 3, 47
Band l, 2, 3, 47 Pit Orchestra 47
Orchestra l,Z,3,47 Scholarship Team 1
All-School Play 37 Ir. Class Play7
Choir 17 Chorus 17 Glee Club 47
Ioumal Staff 47 Nurses Office 3, 47
Dramatics 37 Scriveners 3, 47 G. R.
1, 2, 3, 47 Audubon Nitesak l, 27
Stage Manager for All-School Play 3,
47 Ir. Class Play7 Dramatics 47 Hi-Y
3, 47 Traffic 3, 4
Annual Staff 47 lournal Staff 47
Dramatics 47 G. R. 3, 47 Lambda Sigma
37 Omicron Lambda 3, 47 Sullivan
High, Chicago, Ill. l, 2
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 47 Choir 1, 2, 3, 47
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Ioumal Staff 37
G. R. l, 2, 3, 47 Commercial Club 47
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 2, 3, 47
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 47 Choir 2, 3, 47 Annual
Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 47 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 47
Commercial Club 4
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 47 Basketball
Manager 1, 27 All-School Play 47 Ir.
Class Play7 Choir 3, 47 Glee Club 2, 3,
47 Chorus 2, 3, 47 Iournal Staff 47
Dramatics 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Omicron
Lambda 47 Bachelor's Daze Club 4
Wrestling 17 Chorus 27 Glee Club Z7
Pyramid l, 2, 3
Football 2, 3, 47 Ir. Class Play7 Choir
3, 47 Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Chorus 2, 3, 47
Annual Staff 47 Student Council Z, 47
National Honor 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Omicron
Lambda 3, 47 Freshman Players
All-School Play 47 Ioumal Staff 47
Dramatics 47 Annual Staff 47 G. R. 3,
47 Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 47 Loudon-
ville, Ohio7 Sarasota, Florida
Football 1, 3, 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Pyramid
1, 2, 3, 47 Wrestling 1, 2, 37 Commer-
cial Club 4
Scholarship 37 All-School Play 2, 37 Ir.
Class Play7 Debate 27 Annual Staff
47 Iournal Staff 47 Dramatics 3, 47
Student Council 2, 47 National Honor
47 G. R. 1, 2, 3, 47 Lambda Sigma 37
Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 47 Audubon
Nitesak l, 27 Freshman Players
Annual Staff 47 Hi-Y 3, 47 Bachelor's
Daze 3, 4
Scholarship 1, 27 Iournal Staff 37 Hi-Y
3, 47 Pyramid l, 2, 37 Audubon
Wrestling 27 Chorus 27 Bachelor's
Daze Club 4
G. R. 1, 27 Freshman Players
Tiffin High: Ir. Class Play7 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 47 Home Economics l, 27
Girls' Basketball l, 2, 3
Bachelor's Daze Club 4
Scriveners 37 Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Orches-
tra 47 Commercial Club 4
Scholarship 1, 37 Ir. Class Play:
Chorus l, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Choir
2, 3, 47 Annual Staff 47 Dramatics 47
Student Council l, 2, 47 Orchestra 37
Pit Orchestra 3, 47 National Honor 47
Freshman Players7 Lambda Sigma 2,
37 Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 47 G. R.
1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3:
Glee Club 2: Annual Staff 4: Iournal
Staff 4: Nurses Office 4: Freshman
Players: G. R. l, 2, 3: Commercial
Wrestling l, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Or-
chestra l, Z, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4
Football 2: Dramatics 4: Debate 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Golf 4: Omicron Lambda 4:
Scriveners 3, 4: All-School Play 3, 4:
Ir. Class Play
Baseball 2: All-School Play 2, 3, 4: Ir.
Class Play: Chorus Z, 3, 4: Choir
l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, Z, 3, 4: Debate
3, 4: Dramatics 3, 4: Scriveners 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Boys' Choir Z, 3, 4: Omicron
Lambda 2, 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak Z:
Freshman Players: The Palette 4:
Chorus 2, 3: Glee Club 2: Girl Re-
serves l, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4:
Audubon Nitesak 2: Freshman Play-
ers: Superintendent's Office 4
Basketball Z, 3: Home Ec. Club 3:
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club Z, 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling l:
All-School Play 2, 3, 4: Ir. Class Play:
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 4: Annual Staff:
Dramatics 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Omicron Lamb-
da 2, 3, 4: Freshman Players: Student
Council Z, 4: Cheerleaders 3, 4
Girls' Basketball 4: Commercial Club 4
Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Choir l, 2:
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2: Hi-Y
3, 4: Art Club 4: Band 3, 4
Scholarship l, 2: Annual Staff: Iournal
Staff: Scriveners 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Fresh-
man Players: Audubon Nitesak 2:
Band 1, Z, 3, 4
Toltenville High l, 2
All-School Play 4: Glee Club 4: Choir
4: Chorus 4: Debate 4: Dramatics 4:
Omicron Lambda 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4
Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Choir Z, 3:
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4
Chorus Z, 3, 4: Choir 2: Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves l: Home Ec. l:
Omicron Lambda 2, 3: Annual Staff:
lournal Staff 4: Commercial Club 4
CHARLES LE COMTE
Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Ir.
Class Play: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4:
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 3, 4: Hi-Y
3, 4: Photography 4
Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Wrestling l: Hi-Y 3
Wrestling 2, 3: Chorus 1, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Bachelor's Daze Club 4
Girl Reserves 2, 4: Audubon Nitesak
2: Commercial Club 4: Girls'
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3: Boys' Glee
Club 4: Omicron Lambda 4
Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 4: Photography 4: Freshman
Players l: Dramatics 4
Bachelor's Daze Club 4: Wrestling l
Choir 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club l, 2:
G. R. 2, 3, 4: Freshman Players
Chorus l, 2, 3: Glee Club 4
Chorus 2: Glee Club Z: Choir Z: Audu-
bon Nitesak 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3: Library 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4: loumal Staff 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2:
Wrestling 1: I-li4Y 3, 4: Freshman
Players 1: Audubon Nitesak 2: Na-
tional Honor Society 4: Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4
G. R. Z, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club Z, 3, 4:
Choir 2, 3, 4: Iournal Staff 4: Annual
LE ROY NICHOLS
Ir. Class Play: Omicron Lambda 2, 3,
4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak 1, 2:
Freshman Players: Iournal Staff 4:
Annual Staff 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Choir
2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4:
Scholarship 1, 2, 3: Boys' Choir 2, 3, 4
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Chorus 2, 4: Boys' Glee Club 2, 4:
Bachelor's Daze 4
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4:
G. R. l, 2: Freshman Players
Basketball 2, 3: Orchestra 2: Chorus 2:
Nurses Office 3: Scriveners 3: G. R.
l, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Players: Library 4
Bradford, Penn. 1, 2
Football 3, 4: Basketball 3: lr. Class
Play: Dramatics 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Omicron
G. R. 3, 4: Commercial Club 4
All-School Play 4: Choir 3, 4: Chorus
2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Annual
Staff 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Omicron Lambda 4:
Traffic Patrol 3, 4
Van Lue 1
Scriveners 3, 4: Radio Club 2, 3
Ann Arbor 2, 3
Annual Staff 4: Omicron Lambda 4
Iournal Staff 4
Carey 1, Z
Commercial Club 4: Accounting
Girl Reserves 3, 4
Baseball 1: Annual Staff: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Audubon Nitesak l: Traffic Patrol 3, 4:
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Pit Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Choir 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Glee Club 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4:
Freshman Players: Commercial Club 4
Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3:
Annual Staff: Hi-Y 3, 4: Audubon
All-School Play 2, 4: Ir. Class Play:
Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 4: Lambda
Sigma 3: Dramatics 3, 4: Girl Reserves
l, 2, 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak l, 2:
Freshman Players: Ioumal Staff 3:
Annual Staff: Student Council 1, 2, 3,
4: Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club Z, 3: G.A.A. 2: Girls' Basketball
l,2,3g4: Scholarship l, 2, 3
LA VONNE SAMPSON
Home Ec. 3: Commercial Club 4
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
l: Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, 4: Ioumal Staff 3, 4
MARY IANICE SCHUH
Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 4: Ioumal Staff 3, 4: Commercial
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Omicron Lambda
3, 4: All-School Play 3, 4: Ir. Class
Play: Ioumal Staff 1, 2: Annual Staff:
Scriveners 3, 4: Chorus 1:
Dramatics 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling l:
Annual Staff: Hi-Y 3, 4: Commercial
Club 4: Traffic Patrol 4
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
1, 2: Lambda Sigma 3: Omicron
Lambda 2, 3, 4: Debate 2, 3: Drama-
tics 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4:
Iunior Class Play: Annual Staff: All-
School Play 4
Scriveners 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
Boys' Glee Club l, 2: Iournal Staff 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4
Football Z, 3, 4: Ir. Class Play: Hi-Y
3, 4: Chorus Z, 3, 4: Choir Z, 3, 4:
Boys' Glee Club Z, 3, 4: Freshman
Players: Boys' Choir 2, 3, 4:
Wrestling 2, 3
Chorus l, 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3
CHARLES SMITH. Ir.
Hi-Y 3: Football 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4:
Home Ec. 3
Commercial Club 4: Home Ec. 2
Kentucky 1, 2: Football 3, 4
Freshman Players: G. R. 1, Z, 3, 4:
Lambda Sigma 4: Library Science 4:
Audubon Nitesak 2: Annual Staff
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
2: Omicron Lambda Z, 3: Chorus l, Z,
3, 4: Choir Z, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club
2, 3: Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Iunior Class
Play: Dramatics 3: The Palette 4:
Annual Staff: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Operetta 4: Ioumal Staff 4
Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 3: Home Ec. 3: Band and Or-
chestra: Wrestling 3
G. R. l, 2, 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak 2:
Commercial Club 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3:
Annual Staff 4: Iournal Staff: Chorus
2: Glee Club 2: Choir Z
Debate 4: l-li-Y 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak
l, 2: Scriveners 3, 4: Scholarship l,2,3
Audubon Nitesak l, 2: Scriveners 3, 4:
Ioumal Staff 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: National
Honor 4: Scholarship 2, 3: Debate 3, 4
Football Manager l, Z, 3, 4: Basketball
Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship l, 2,
3, 4: Ir. Class Play: Annual Staff:
Journal Staff 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Audubon
Nitesak 2: Freshman Players: National
Honor 4: Student Council 3, 4: Photog-
raphy 4: Pyramid l
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Audubon Nite-
sak l, 2: Lambda Sigma 3, 4: Omicron
Lambda 3: Freshman Players
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
1, Z: Hi-Y 3, 4: The Palette 4: Chorus,
Choir 4: All-School Play 3, 4: Ir. Class
Play: Annual Staff: Iournal 4
Girl Reserves l, Z, 3, 4: Chorus 2:
Glee Club Z: Ioumal Staff 3: Basket-
ball 2, 4: Commercial Club
Glee Club 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Nurses 3:
Ioumal Staff 3: Girl Reserves' l, 2, 3,
4: Omicron Lambda 3: Audubon
Nitesak 1: Commercial Club 4
Hi-Y 3, 4: Bachelors Daze 4: Basket-
ball 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3
Chorus l: Girl Reserves l, 3, 4
Freshman Players: Girl Reserves 3:
Home Ec. 4: Glee Club 2, 3
Basketball 2, 3: Wrestling l, 2, 3:
Hi-Y 4: Omicron Lambda 4:
Band l, 2, 3, 4
Ir. Class Play: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Glee Club Z, 3, 4: Choir 4: Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4: Modern Maids
Chorus 1, 2: Home Ec. 3
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Omicron
Lambda 2, 3: Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4:
Freshman Players: Iournal Staff 3, 4:
Annual Staff: Dramatics 3, 4: All-
School Play 4: Iunior Class Play:
Chorus 2, 3: Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 2: Girls' Basketball
1, 2: Scholarship 2
Home Ec. 4
Wrestling 3: Boys' Glee Club 4:
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4
EDMUND WENDEI.. Ir.
Freshman Players: Audubon Nitesak
1, 2: Ir. Class Play: All-School Play 4:
Basketball 3: Cheer Leader 4: Omi-
cron Lambda 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Boys' Choir 2, 3:
Circus 2, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Ioumal 3, 4:
Debate 4: Annual Staff 4: Dramatics
4: Orchestra 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4:
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
Pit Orchestra 4: Scriveners 3: Ioumal
Staff 4: Freshman Players: Hi-Y 4
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Pyramid 1, 2, 3:
Student Council l, 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Audu-
bon Nitesak 2: Scholarship l, 2
Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4:
Journal Staff 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4: Home
Ec. 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2,
3, 4: Pit Orchestra 4: Dramatics 3, 4:
Scriveners 3, 4: Ir. Class Play: All-
School Play 2, 3: Debate 2, 3, 4:
Annual Staff 4: Iournal Staff 3, 4:
Student Council 1, 3, 4: Freshman
Players: G. R. l, 2, 3, 4: Lambda
Sigma 3: Omicron Lambda 2, 3, 4:
Audubon Nitesak l, 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club l, 2,
3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Home Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4
Wrestling l: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4: Pit Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
Annual Staff 4: Iournal Staff 4: Hi-Y
Basketball 1, 2: Ir. Class Play: All-
School Play 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Boys'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4:
Debate 2: Dramatics 3, 4: Omicron
Lambda 2, 3, 4: Audubon Nitesak. 1, 2:
Annual Staff 4: Freshman Players:
National Honor 4: Student Couhcil l,
4: Traffic Patrol 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:fPyra-
Lambda Sigma 2, 3, 4: Omicron Lamb-
da 2, 3: Scholarship 1, 2, 3: Freshman
Players: Annual Staff 4: Iournal Staff
4: Dramatics 4: Debate 2, 4: Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4: Scriveners 3, 4: G. R. 1, 2,
3, 4: Basketball l, 2
Choir 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4:
Pit Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff
4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club
3, 4: Audubon Nitesak 1: Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 3, 4: Operetta 4
B Treas George Knepper Sec.-f-Coleen Burson Pres.-Clair Kisabeth
G Treas Martha France V.'Pres.--Elaine Saliers
After passing through the period of
"green" Freshmen, and "cocky" Sopho-
mores, the class of 1940 made a name for
itself by carrying on the traditional activi-
ties of the Iuniors in an excelled manner.
Their Iunior dance, an informal and one of
the most successful affairs of the kind in
the past few years, was quickly followed
by the "The Eyes of Tlaloc", the class
play, which included some very fine
They were outstanding and successful
in their ventures because of the tireless
efforts of the members of the class.
At the end of a successful year, they
look forward with great anticipation to
being the Seniors of Fostoria High School
next year. Watch for the class with the
blue and gray colors.
First Row: Donelda Anqles', Marcella Arnold, Robert Bates,
Alma Beck, Ruth Beeson, Betty Bishop.
Second Row: Luberta Braman, Mariory Brickles, Marilyn
Brombley, Douglas Brown, Donna Buck, Coleen Burson,
Ruth Bersted, Marvin Canterbury.
Third Row: Robert Carter, Carl Castret, Arthur Clark, Gay-
lord Clark, Betty Clary, Ed Clinqer, Mary Io Coburn, Laura
Fourth Row: Harry Craley, Lawrence Cramer, lane Culp,
lane Davis, LeRoy Davis, Norman Deer, Norma Deerwester,
Fifth Row: Devota Eqer, Don Estes, Phoeba Feosel, lack Fey,
Eunice Flechtner, Kathryn Fortener.
First Row: Martha France, Iunior Fry, Darlene Goebel, Paul-
ine Gossard, Helen Grogg, Theo Groman.
Second Row: Ieanne Hall, Herbert Hakes, George Herrig,
Iunior Harrison, Marilyn Harter, Elota Hayiield, Betty
Hendricks, Iohn Herrig.
Third Row: Margaret Hill, Robert Hill, Hilda House, Beatrice
Howard, leanne Hunt, Loyal ller, Anna Ruth Iohnson,
Fourth Row: Georgia Kellums, Francis Kimble, Harry Kimble,
Avis Kint, Howard Kirian, Rolda Kirk, Clair Kisabeth,
Fifth How: Edwin Kuhn, Ioan Kuhlman, Floyd Lather, Charles
Leonard, Anna Rose Lewis, Pauline Luman.
First Row: Betty Marshall, Edna McCullough, Tom McDonel,
Roy McFadden, Betty Miller, Lois Miller.
Second Row: Charles Mottram, lim Myers, Eileen Niday,
Mildred Niswander, Iunior Nye, George Pappas, Robert
Papenius, Clarence Payne.
Third Row: Ioyce Pillsburq, Utah Piotter, Ioe Piotter, Betty
Mae Price, Lillian Rader, Norma Rainey, Mervin Rose,
Fourth Row: Donavee Sahs, Elaine Saliers, Mary Samsel,
Walter Saldausky, Kathryn Souder, Paul Schauder, Lois
Schlosser, Maxine Schwab.
Fifth Row: Forest Slater, Bill Smith, Dorothy Smith, Iunior
Smith, Marvin Smith, Phyllis Smith.
First Row: Gaylord Snavely, lean Soles, lean Stout, Norman
Stout, Thelma Smith, Geraldine Stagger.
Second Row: Richard Stark, Ruth Stateler, Carl Statler,
Willard Summers, Lester Switzer, Betty Sipes', Margaret
Tate, Gladys Zeller.
Third Row: Rachel Young, Marie Yenser, Leah Mae Workley,
Gertrude Whitta, Iune Welling, lack Thomas, lean Warner,
Fourth Row: Virginia Tyler, Maxine Turner, Dorothy Trudel,
Iune Anderson, Helen Bixler, l..aVonne Dillon, Malcolm
Fouts, Cliff Fox.
Fifth Row: Augusta l-laase, Anna Kodor, Mary Madden,
Louis Manecke, Patty Miller, Paul Young.
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lanice Coppuse-440 lim Maurer4326
Wilbur Franklin---434 Evelyn Shirlc4'435
The Sophomores have conquered the start
of the race, but have long paths to cover be-
fore the goal is reached. For this reason, they
could be called a name like "In-Between".
Nevertheless, they are a vital part of the
The Sophomore class began this year with
dancing classes in the upper hall with Mr.
Normand Tones as instructor. Then they
enthusiastically planned their successful
Sophomore party under the able guidance of
Mr. C. D. LaRue. ln late winter, a candy sale
was held in the upper hall. The year was
climaxed by a matter of highest importance,
the choice of the class colors: green and
The aim of the Sophomores in the future,
as upper classmen, is to hold the banners of
virtue and knowledge as high as those who
went before them, and to be worthy of the
fine school which they attend.
SOPHDIIIORES . .
First Row: Ianet Atwell, Charles Babb, Arthur Balsat, Wayne
Basinger, Ioe Bates, Wayne Bennett, Donald Bercaw,
Pauline Boday, Carl Biddle, Donald Boroughf, Robert
Second Row: Elsie Brink, Bob Brookover, Anna lane Brough,
Charles Brough, Laura Brown, Philip Brubaker, lean
Chandler, Richard Clark, Wanda Clark, Betty Cooper.
Third Row: Florence Cooper, Florence Cooper, Denzil Coppler,
Dale Coppus, Ianice Coppus, Anna Cox, Sylvia Creeger,
Dorothy Decker, Doryce DeWalt, Dorotha Dreisbach, Dick
Fourth Row: Fred Echelbarger, Nannie Mae Evers, Ruth
Finerd, Ruth Ann Flechtner, Bob Fast, Henry Florea,
Robert Forbess, Mary France, Charles Franklin, Wilbur
Franklin, Lowell French.
Fifth Row: Donna Fruth, Mercedes Graber, Robert Greenlee,
Frank Hampshire, Donna lean Harrison, Mary Hartley,
Cora Hathaway, Adelbert Heinze, Martha Henline, Patricia
Sixth Row: lames Higley, lack Holden, Lloyd Holden, Royetta
Hoffman, Ruth Hoffman, Iuanita Hyde, Ianet Iacobs,
Grayce Mae Iones, Louise Iones, Duane Iurrus, Thomas
Seventh Row: Iames Kesler, William Kissel, Iames Kidd,
Franklin Kirian, Ieanne Knepper, Betty Knight, Carl Lam-
briqht, Dick Lapidos, Iack LeComte.
First Row: LaVonne Lee, Mary Lee, Raymond Lentz, Alex
Lind, lack Lindsay, Lyra Longacre, ferry Lytle, Frank Mall,
Bob Mann, Richard Mann, Ianet Mansfield,
Second Row: Donald March, Fred Martin, lim Mauer, Levi
McClellan', Bob Might, Phyllis Morris, Betty Mosier, Maria
Munoz', Altha Newman, Vanda Iune Nichols, Herman
Third Row: Eugene Patterson, Betty Rahrig, Warren Rainey,
Marguerite Raymont, Wayne Reed, Gladys Reinhard,
Iunior Reinhard, Verton Rhoad, Richard Ridenour, Rex
Ridge, Paul Rupert.
Fourth Row: Frank Saldausky, Dorothy Sauler, Evelyn Saxton,
Helen Shultz, Maxine Segner, Marjorie Sheward, Mamie
Shift, Evelyn Shirlc, Evelyn Shock, Doris Shuman, Betty
Fifth Row: Harry Smith, Madge Smith, Kathryn Smith, Harry
Smith, Frances Snavely, lean Snyder, Eugene Stall, Mar-
garet Stevens, Betty Stoddard, Robert Stoudinger, Sybil
Sixth Row: Bob Surgeon, Iunior Thomas, Bernita Thomas,
Ernest Thompson, Dorothy Turner, lean Wade, Kenneth
Wagner, Carl Walker, Clifford Ward, Bessie Warstler,
Seventh Row: lean Wendel, Richard West, Charles Wilcox,
Beatrice Woodruff, Alfred Woods, Harry Woodward, Kath-
leen Yeager, Marie Zeller, Iacob Zuern.
Ralph Birdwhxstle 325 Margaret Hill-322 Bill McDaniel-320
James Timanus 321 'Wanda Geyer'-212 Glen Windsor!-439
The Freshmen of this year truly stood up
to their code. They entered enthusiastically
into the spirit ot extra-curricular activities
by organizing weekly club periods in which
each student did the things he liked best.
Also, guided by class advisers and led
by home-room presidents, they gave a
They had representatives in the Student
Council enabling them to know the motives
for new suggestions, campaigns, etc. The
class is best described by these words:
"Character cannot be formed Without
This ever-advancing energetic Freshman
group will undoubtedly step into line and
meet its everyday tasks with success in
future years. Its extensive expansion of
social work and athletics will enable the
members to carry out their high ideals and
sustain the spirit of F. H. S. throughout the
FRESHIIIEII . .
First Row: Howard Alae, Ray Alqe, Arlene Anderson, Bea-
trice Anderson, Betty Anderson, Wilbur Anderson, Dwight
Baker, Vernon Baker, Carl Barbour, Leona Barker, Con-
stance Basehore, Lois Bates, Richard Bateson, Mary Ellen
Second How: lack Beeson, Ralph Birdwhistell, Charles Bixler,
Leta Bostic, Dale Bourie, Charles Brandeberry, Lauren
Brandeberry, Donna Breidiaan, Dick Brubaker, Al Bul-
kowski, Mary Io Bullock, Gloria Burger, Iohn Burqbacher,
Third Row: Deso Butler, Evelyn Butler, Ioe Calmes', Mildred
Clark, Bill Clore, Bob Coe, Franklin Combs, Duane Coppus,
Karl Cramer, Ellen Cramer, Edna Couch, Dick Crowe, Bill
McDaniel, Evelyn Daugherty.
Fourth Row: Miriam Davidson, Charles Davis, Mary Iane
Davis, Harry Dawson, Audrey Deckard, Ronald Dible,
Donal Dispennett, Bob Disney, Evelyn Dixon, Mary Dray,
Senaido Duran, Don Olin, Don Etchin, Carl Evert'.
Fifth Row: Alice lune Ford, Marie Freeman, Mary French,
Ioe Fruth, Albert Gardner, Earl Gaskella, Wanda Geyer,
Rosella Gibat, Iames Gockerman, Richard Goodale, Bob
Gossard, lean Graf, Samuel Groqq, William Grooms.
Sixth Row: Mabel Groves, Anna Greenfield, Leroy Haynes,
Donna lean Hall, Kenneth Hanley, Willard Hay, Paul
Hendricks, Margaret Hill, Iack Hilvers, Doris Holden, Bill
House, Leroy Haynes, Marguerite Hunker, Mason Hunt.
Seventh Row: Iune Iacoby, Doris Iohnson, Kathleen Groves,
Gertrude Iones, I. C. Iohnson, Ioe Iones, Dorothy Keifer,
Hope Kidd, Ruth Kimble, Mary Kinney, Bob Kirk.
First Row: lvadell Knepper, lacqueline Knowles, Augusta
Knox, Margaret Koons, Norman Koons, Rita Kresge, Harold
Laiierty, Cloyce Lee, Lucille Lind, Betty Lord, Paul Loach,
Florence Lynch, Lorrain Madden, Ioe Malony.
Second Row: Wayne Manecke, Norman Marxen, Margaret
McDonel, Orlo McKean, Ioan Merganthaler, Eugene Mi-
chaux, Alice Mofiitt, Don Molter, Cora Moore, R. V. Myers',
Leona Niswander, Vernon Newhouse, Henry Norris, Dick
Third Row: Alice Opperman, Lloyd Painter, Katherine Pap-
pas, Mike Pappas, Clarence Poston, Maxine Perkins,
Wayne Picket, Paul Pingle, Helen Poorman, Mateel Preis,
Dale Reed, Betty Ritter, Nedra Raubenolt, Leatha Rothen-
Fourth Row: Dorothea Rowe, Patricia Ruhl, Gene Russel,
Howard Russel, Alan Sampson, Myrtle Saxton, lean
Schultz, Wilbur Schultz', Don Scott, Maurice Seiple, Bob
Senn, Paul Settlage', LeRoy Shetfel, Ioy Shuman.
Fifth Row: Dale Smith, Naomi Smith, Tommy Smith, lohn
Snavely, Eldon Snyder, Georgianna Solomon, Hilda Solo-
mon, Iosephine Spitler, Doris Stambaugh, Lois Steinhour,
Wilma Stone, Donna Stout, Robert Strubble, lean Stubble-
FRESHIIIEII . .
Sixth Row: Dan Switzer, lim Timanus, Douglas Twells, Bob
Wagner, Robert Wallace, Patsy Walsh, Margie Walters,
George Ward, Donald Ward, Barbara Warner, Doris
Weaks, Wendell Wells, Charles Woessner, Melvin Weth-
Seventh Row: Maxine Wilcox, Virginia Wilhelm, Bob Wil-
liams, Carol Williams, Glen Windsor, Charles Woessner,
Margaret Workley, Maurice Young, Ianice Zemer, Florence
Zuelzke, loan Oyler.
EIGHTH GRIIDE . .
First Bow: William Allen, James Alley, John Alley, Helen Ander-
son, Charles Atwell, Doris Babb, Raymond Boday, Robert
Barrinqer, Lowell Barkley, Junior Basinger, Verna Below, Dale
Bennett, Gene Bentz, Frances Beery, Edna Biddle, Harry Bostic,
Lawrence Jones, Betty Bradner, Julia Carmichael, Barbara
Second Row: Jeannette Castret, Milton Cardwell, Betty Church,
John Chandler, Carter Clark, Ruth Clark, Dorothy Cline, Wil-
liam Cline, Rudy Cohn, Irene Copley, Constance Coppus,
Warren Coppus, Carolyn Corwin, Vandetta Cousins', Marilyn
Covrett, Betty Cowdrick, Gerald Cox, Howard Cramer.
Third Row: Virginia Creeger, Bertha Daniels, Duane Davis, Louis
Davis, Carol Decker, William Decker, Richard Deer, Henry
Deiter, Wayne Dennis, Eugene Dixon, Elenore Drenning,
Marcella Emerine, Margaret Emerine, Vincent Emerine, Janet
Fast, Donal Feisel, Richard Ferguson, Margie Finch, John
Fourth Row: Virginia Fox, Joanne Friesner, Lenwood Freeman,
Dolores Gallant, Jean Gardner, Donna Gibat, Martha Gibson,
Mary Gibson, Lucy Gleason, Marcella Goebel, Virginia Good'
ale, Mary Graves, Mae Graves, Betty Groves, Carl Harding,
Suzanne Harris, Dale Harrison, Dorothea Hartley, Lucille
Filth Row: Buddy Hay, Charles Heckathorn, Eugene Helms, Doris
Higler, Mark Hill, Roger Hill, Jim Hilvers, Billy Hiser, Bob
Horner, Mary Horner, Lois Houghton, James House, Frances
Hunt, Robert Hutchins, Robert lmber, James Youngston, Milton
Yoder, lola Keckler, Beverly Kiefer.
Sixth Row: Hazel Kimble, Joe Kirk, Mary Ellen Slater, Donald
Lambright, Yvonne Valenti, Mildred Lambright, Joyce Lam-
bright, Esther Laney, Junior Lee, Virginia Lentz, Barbara Loe,
Donna Lewis, Donna Lewis, Ida Lewis, Dorothy Lowery, Bertha
Mall, Dorothy Manecke, Ivan Maurer, Donald McClung.
Seventh Row: Dean McCullough, Paul Might, Beatrice Miller,
Betty Miller, Margaret Milligan, Ellen Moyer, Jack Mompher,
Vern Mompher, John Munger, Junior Munson, Clarence Myers,
LeRoy Myers, Patricia Myers, Lita Nichols, June Niday, Bob
Omler, Harold Potts, Joan Powell, Virgene Rahrig,
Eighth Row: Mary Rais, Neil Rangeler, Wendell Refiner, Glenn
Reinhard, Maxine Ruehle, Albert Rhoad, Calvin Roberts, Carl
Rouse, Haydon Rowe, John Reinhard, Raymond Sauder, Mary
Sayre, Wilbur Schaufelberger, Eugene Schultz, Nancy Shupe,
James Shewardn Carl Shift, Helen Shrider, Maurice Fergusorf,
Billy Sheridanf l
Ninth Row: Clinton Smith, Don Smith, Madonna Smith, Paul
Smith, Russell Smith, William Smith, Phyllis Smothers, Miriam
Snavely, Welton Snavely, Beatrice Soles, Jean Sowers, Doreen
Stipp, Dale Stoddard, Wilda Stone, Mary
Thomas, George Thomasson.
Tenth Row: Helen Wagner, Ethel Ward, Rudy Walters, Charles
Warrington, James Whitman, Mary Wickert, Donald Widmer,
Junior Wilcox, Marjorie Wilhelm, George Wilson, John Wol-
farth, June Vilanderlin, David Weiker.
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First Row: Sam Aurand, Caroline Baker, Donna Baker, Iack
Baker, Marjorie Baker, Gus Balsat, Iohn Basehore, Melvin
Bennett, Doris Berlinghoff, Betty Brant, Leta Brickles, Betty
Brookman, Laura Brombley, Catherine Bulkowski, Alice Burk-
hart, Ruth Burkhart, Mary Calhoun, Doris Carmichael, David
Second Row: Margaret Carter, Mary Caskie, Pauline Chilcote,
Ivadine Cooper, Harold Dauterman, Deuane Davis, Iay Davis,
Lucille Davis, Donna Deiter, Henry Delgado, Beatrice Delgado,
Norma Echelbarger, Norman Echelbarger, Florence Emerine,
Tim Enright, Walter Feisel, Virginia Fillhart, Robert Florea,
Third Row: Ruth Fry, Alice Foster, Coral Fouts, Harold France,
Ioyce Frederick, Esther Gale, Betty Gossard, Alice Groqg,
Martin Groman, Mildred Groman, Anna Haase, Emma Haase,
Essie Hampshire, Earl Haynes, Charles Haney, Eugene Hall,
Frederick Hanley, Marjory Hartsel, Mary Hartsel.
Fourth Row: Nate Hatfield, Isabel Haynes, Clara Hayes, Paul
Helms, Dale Hendricks, Ieanette Hevener, Mabel Hill, Eugene
Hilvers, Paul Hiser, Eddie Hitchcock, Betty Holden, Ioan Hauser,
Tom Houser, Marjory Hufford, Dora Humbert, Doris Humbert,
Iim Hunter, Ioanne Huth, Leonard Iackson.
Fifth Row: Helen Iohnson, Thelma Iones, Charles Ioseph, Clifford
Keckler, Claude Keckler, Harold Keifer, Frank Kelly, Alden
Kingery, Marilyn Knepper, Allen Knight, Billy Kurtz, Audrey
Lambright, Patty Lanphear, Chester Layton, Alfred Scheid-
hauer, Iim Libbey, Iunior Libbey, Dorothy Lind, Iune Lusk.
Sixth Row: Iunior Lytle, Robert McDonald, Harold Manecke, Iane
Martin, Margaret Martin, Betty Marxen, Robert McGahey, Betty
Meng, Alice Millburn, Donald Miller, LaDonna Molter, Betty
Moody, Iane Moots, Iunior Morel, Betty Morel, Lois Myers,
Mary Morford, Ioan Needles, Lucille Newhouse.
SEUEIITH GRIIDE . .
Seventh Row: Edward Souder, Bob Niswander, Janet O'Brien,
Colleen Opperman, Millicent Pastorius, Arlene Payne, lack
Peck, Nadine Pennell, Edward Perkins, George Peyton,
Clarence Picket, lrene Plott', Ann Prentice, Walter Reffner,
Ioyce Rensch, Donna Rinehart, Howard Roby, Raymond Rout-
son, Andrew Saldausky.
Eighth Row: Rex Schwab, Geraldine Schultz, Io Ann Scott, Gerald
Sendelbach, Howard Sendelbach, Donald Sherick, Alfred
Scheidhauer, Bette Slater, Weslyn Snavely, Beatrice Snyder,
Charles Snyder, Glenn Solomon, Forrest Wilson, Harry Stephen'
son, Harold Struble, Ruby Talmadge, Charles Taylor.
Ninth Row: Charles Wallace, Helen Warner, Junior Weiker,
Virginia Welsch, Robert Went, Ruth Wetherill, Lea Belle Wyley,
Marvelyn Williams, Bertha Wyley, Richard Slater, Forrest
Wilson, Harvey Wolfarth, Iack Woodland.
Tenth Row: Norman Thompson, Norman Thompson, Norman
Tyson, Bobby Wagner, Warren Wunderlin, Eugene Yoder,
Howard Young, Dorothy Zeller,
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As in years gone by, a group oi enter-
prising personalities again shouldered the
huge responsibility oi producing an annual
that would meet the high standards set by
previous publications ot the yearbook.
One group was kept busy writing, an-
other working with pictures, another get-
ting ads, and still another group increasing
the circulation. The last but probably most
important unit was the group oi taculty
advisers. Mr. Nacci, despite the fact that
he probably had more varied duties than
any other faculty member, gave constant-
First Row: Isobel Carmichael,
Donna Volkrner, Mildred Spitler,
Esther Davis, Ieanette Beatty,
Mabel Smith, Anna Foster.
Second Row: Madge Smith,
Roger Ridge, Gerald Might, Don
Kinnaman, Carl Snyder, Graydon
Whitnian, Iosephine Whitman.
First Row: Donna Volkmer, Eth-
el Zimmerman, lean Saliers, Bette
Graf, Mary Herbert, Thelma
Second Row: Dorothy Wine-
land, Marie Greenwood, Shirley
Fish, Alice Dinsrnore.
Third Row: Eddie Wendel, Le
Roy Nichols, Ellsworth Stateler,
lames Rowles, Philip Kint, Lester
ly oi his time and energy. Mr. Hosler, now
at Toledo, was a driving torce behind the
annual for years and deserves much of
the credit tor the fine annuals produced in
the past. Mr. R. O. Smith smoothly stepped
into his place the second semester.
This school production, which means so
much to the seniors, is a much greater task
than it appears to the average student. lt
is the duty of the editor to make up a
dummy book, to decide What pictures to
have, what size to make them, Where to
put them, what to write, and where to place
it in relation to the pictures.
The business manager has charge oi all
the money. He checks on the diiierent
sources and pays all bills. The circula-
tion manager has to sell the book to the
students and the public. The advertising
manager supervises the selling oi the ads.
The l938-39 staff spent a great deal oi
time on the yearbook and deserves the
thanks oi everyone for this splendid pub-
Jlllllllllll STIIFF .
Operating under an entirely new system,
as an all-school activity with over 125
members on the staff, the Red and Black
Journal, maintained a high standard of
journalism throughout the year.
The new efficient setup enabled the
staff to produce eleven issues, instead of
the usual eight, each one alive with the
latest news, feature stories, and special
Action photographs were used for the
first time this year to portray high spots in
the daily school life. Original features
such as "Guess Who", "lnquiring Re-
porter", and "Little Known Facts About
Alma Mater", not only became immensely
popular throughout Fostoria High school
but received many favorable comments
from exchange schools and college papers
throughout the state.
The editorial policy this year aimed to
give the students a newspaper which ap-
proached college papers in literary excel-
lence and page make-up.
Knowing that appearance counts much
in newspapers, painstaking care was taken
to insure neat, well made-up pages, with
good heads and head-lines.
May the succeeding classes continue in
the splendid newspaper Work that Mr.
Nacci has introduced at Fostoria High.
Dean Snyder ..... .... N ew: Editor
Mr. Nacci .......... ......... A dviser
Mary Janis Schuh .... . . .Circulation Mgr.
Thelma Schultz ....
lean Sayre ........ .... B usiness Mgr.
Dorothy Wineland ......... Exchange Editor
Bill Wonders ........... Stait Photographer
Eddie Wendel ....
. . . . .Feature Editor
. . . . . . .Sports Editor
First Row: Harold Potts, LeRoy Nichols,
Philip Kint, Shirley Fish, Martha France,
Second Row: Mateel Preis, Donna Volkmer,
Coleen Burson, Ethel Zimmerman, Elaine
Saliers, Alice Dinsmore, Marie Greenwood,
Third Row: Willard Summers, Robert Hunker,
Jean Stubblefield, Esther Davis, Bette Graf,
June Myers, Mary Hitchcock, Noreen
Snook, Sarah Knox, Lois Steinhour, Wilma
Stone, William Shiflet, James Solomon.
Fourth Row: Theo. Groman, Joan Kuhlrnan,
Jane Davis, Anna Ruth Johnson, Dorothea
Rowe, Lillian Rader, Maxine Turner, Iva-
del Knepper, Mary France, Josephine
Whitman, Josephine Spitler, Marion Weth-
First Row: Avis Kint, Betty Miller, Jeannetta
Conner, Gertrude Whitta, Loretta Keifer.
Second Row: Allan Sampson, Nancy Shupe,
Phyllis Smothers, Patricia Myers, Margaret
Milligan, Betty Church, Evelyn Saxton,
Marjorie Sheward, James Kesler.
Third Row: Joe Fruth, Janet Mansfield,
Vanda June Nichols, Jean Wendel, Betty
Knight, Barbara Loe, Ruth Ann Flechtner,
Jeanne Knepper, Paul Ruppert, Dick
Fourth Row: Maxine Perkins, Jacqueline
Knowles, Lorraine Madden, Dorothy Keifer,
Donna Breidigan, Bethea Bucher, Joan
Huston", Betty Mosier.
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SCRIUEIIERS . .
First Row: Avis Kint, Ethel Zimmerman,
Isobel Carmichael, Thelma Schultz.
Second Row: Helen Bixler, Maxine Turn-
er, Ioan Kuhlrnan, Marilyn Harter,
Dorothy Wineland, Iean Hall, Theo
Groman, Eunice Flechtner, Dorothy
Third Row: Philip Kint, Lehr Rangler,
Dean Snyder, Bob Hunker, William
Shiflet, Louis Manecke, George Knep-
per, Iames Howard.
First Row: Donna Volkmer, Mabel Smith,
Ethel Zimmerman, Isobel Carmichael,
Second Row: Anna Rose Lewis, Elaine
Saliers, Maxine Schwab, Coleen Bur-
son, Martha France.
Miss Helen Crafts
Miss Mable Bourquin
Neither fish, flesh, nor fowlp neither club
nor class. What do they do? They write.
The Scriveners club is a group of stu-
dents with some creative promise Writing
under the supervision of Miss Mabel Bour-
The club holds post-lunch meetings twice
a month, in the Home Ec. laboratory. No
business session is held because Scriven-
ers is an informal group having only one
officer, a secretary, who keeps a report of
The students contributions are read or
placed on the board and freely criticized.
At the end of the year all the contributions
that have been accepted by the club are
collected in a yearbook entitled "Gossamer
"Without a love for books the richest
man is poor." Lambda Sigma club chose
this thought as its motto when it was
founded several years ago.
The club meets twice monthly to further
its study of the mystery of literature. VV'hat
is more fascinating than reading Kiplir1g's
immortal "Gunga Din", delving into the
wondrous literary reflections of the mystic
Wm. Butler Yates and his world of "little
people?" Ah, yes, there's gold to be found
The main social events of this year were
the club's May Day Fashion Tea in the
school library and the gala party held to
honor the senior members. These are
pleasant associations which supplement
graduation and leave happy memories of
a full year.
DEBIITE . .
First Row: M. France, E. Zimmerman, A.
Dinsmore, D. Wineland.
Second Row: G. Knepper, C. Snyder, I.
Keyes, E. Wendel.
Mr. C. F. Leiter
First Row: I. Davis, B. Marshall, D. Buck,
R. Bersted, D. V. Sahs, V. Tylor, M. Brown,
K. Smith, I. Stout, E. Shirk, L. Kiefer, M.
France, I. Wade, I. Mansfield, D. Decker,
I. Wendel, V. Nichols, E. Saliers, M.
Second Row: I. Kuhlman, D. Wineland, T.
Shultz, I. Read, M. Herbert, M. Green-
wood, A. Dinsmore, I. Carmichael, L.
Knight, M. Stevens, B. Miller, S. Fish, K.
Fortener, B. Graf, S. Shitf, E. Davis, I.
Saliers, I. Hunt, C. Burson.
Third Row: I. Zemer, I. Tsantles, I. Mann,
I. Peters, L. Fruth, I. Bulley, P. Schauder,
G. Knepper, E. Wendel, I. Keyes, B.
Hunker, H. Franklin, I. Howard, P. Par-
SCIIUHIRSHIP . .
English 9th: I. Spitler, P. Ruhl, B. Wamerg
English 10th: R. Lentz, A. Cox, M. France:
English llth: E. Saliers, D. Buck, L. Man-
eckeg English 12th: M. Herbert, A. Dins-
more, M. Greenwood: Algebra: D. Bourie,
W. Clore, I. Shumang Latin I: M. Preis, W.
Stone, W. Picket: Latin II: I. Coppus, E.
Shirk, F. Mall: General Science: R. Bird-
whistle, C. Poston, W. McDaniel: World
History: E. Welling, I. Wendel, L. French:
Plane Geometry: R. Fast, D. Lapidos, C.
Ward: Biology: I. Maurer, I. Iacobs, H.
Schultz: Physics: A. Lewis, W. Summers,
I. Shriderg French I: L. Cramer, R. Kirk, I.
Hunt: French II: I. Bulley, R. Hunker, l.
Cannichaelg American History: L. Smith,
B. Whitman, I. Solomon: Chemistry: C.
Snyder, D. Snyder, I. Solomon, T. Feaselg
Stenography II: H. Steinhour, I. Saliers,
F. Dayringerp Typing I: V. Tyler, A. R.
Iohnsong Bookkeeping I: M. France, C.
Burson L. Manecke.
Resolved: "That the United States should
establish an alliance with Great Britain."
With a large class, several experienced de-
baters, and with this timely question, Mr.
Leiter and his debaters had a most enjoy-
able and profitable year. The first semester
was spent in studying the resolution from
every conceivable angle, while the second
was used to apply that study in debates.
The debate season was opened by the
State League toumament in Findlay. Argu-
ments and rebuttals were organized and
reorganized until the Port Clinton Speech
Convention on March ll. On March 31,
the debate season, an unusually full one
because of the timeliness of the question at
issue came to a climax at the annual Heid-
elberg Tournament in Tiffin.
The dramatic club of the school is Omi-
cron Lambda, which is organized under
the able direction of Mr. C. F. Leiter.
The purpose of this club is to read and
present plays. Each member is expected
to take part in some production during the
The Omicron Lambda club sponsors the
annual drama contest in which the various
departments, who plan to participate, ex-
hibit their talents for the drama.
They initiated a new form of entertain-
ment by giving a club party in the upper
floor of the school where dancing and food
With the help of Omicron Lambda, the
students have become more conscious of
dramatics in the school.
The climax of the school year comes with
the annual scholarship tests at Bowling
Green and Tiffin. A month before the ap-
pointed day in May, the scholastically-
minded students of Fostoria High are seen
with worried expressions and loaded down
Each student taking part in the tests
achieves not only personal honor but honor
for his school. This event proves to be an
incentive to many students Who might
otherwise take their actual school Work far
Not only are the academic students
given an opportunity to take these com-
petitive scholarship examinations, but the
commercial students also compete in book-
keeping, shorthand, and typing at Tiffin.
This year due to the commendable and
unfailing effort of the scholarship team,
Fostoria High School's scholastic banner
waved proudly high.
Flll-SCH00l PHW . .
First Row: Donna Buck, Kathryn Eortener,
Thelma Schultz, Esther Davis, Betty Graf,
Alice Dinsmore, Ruth Bersted, Ioan Kuhl-
man, Ieanne Hunt, Martha France.
Second Row: Ruth Ann Flechtner, Vir-
ginia Tyler, Ioe Keyes, Eddie Wendel, Paul
Schauder, lim Myers, George Knepper, Lois
Third Row: Ioe Miller, Tom Kabel, lack
Zemer, Les Fruth, Leroy Nichols.
SEIIIUR H955 PLIW . .
First Row: Ice Keyes, Dorothy Wineland,
Thelma Schultz, lean Saliers, Donna Volk-
mer, Isobel Carmichael, Alice Dinsmore,
Bette Graf, Shirley Fish, Esther Davis, Le-
Second Row: Iack Zerner, Eddie Wendel,
Gerald Might, Robert Hunker, Ethel Zim-
merman, Marie Greenwood, Mary Herbert,
Dean Fredericks, Les Fruth, Ion Peter,
Charles Le Comte.
Third Row: Ellsworth Stateler, Iim How-
ard, Charles Greenfield, Dean Snyder, lake
Shiff, Pete Parrnenter, Graydon Whitman,
Paul Ward, Lehr Rangeler.
JUNIOR CLRSS PLIW . .
First Row: Lois Miller, Ieanne Hunt, Ioan
Kuhlrnan, Donna Buck, Kathryn Fortener.
Second Row: Gaylord Snavely, Clifford Fox,
William Smith, Paul Schauder, Iarnes
Myers, Ed Kuhn.
The all school play is given principally
to offer opportunities to the best actors in
Senior High to exercise their acting ability.
The production of the lnsect Comedy this
year proved to be a delightful experience
for both the actors and the audience.
The play on the surface was a true fan-
tasy and the characters Were ridiculously
insect-like: but the deep meaning of the
play stood forth as a clever satire of Var-
ious phases of our present life and civiliza-
Cooperation and dependability were the
key-notes which determined the success of
this play. Without these two elements a
comedy of this type with so many charac-
ters, could not hope to please the audience.
The Seniors' contribution to the dramatic
calendar of Fostoria High this year was
"Iudgment Day" by Elmer Rice. It was
Very aptly portrayed by an efficient cast
and under the splendid direction of Mr. C.
The play itself is a powerful drama laid
against a European political background
in a country ruled by the iron hand of a
dictator. The story concerns the trial of a
man and a woman charged with an at-
tempted assassination of the dictator. The
entire action takes place in a courtroom,
in an atmosphere of tenseness and excite-
ment and reaches a very startling climax.
The Iuniors displayed their flare for the
drama on the stage of Fostoria High by
presenting "The Eyes of Tlaloc." lt was an
entertaining play packed with mystery and
thrills and ably portrayed by talented
members of the Iunior Class.
The plot of the play was centered around
the greedy Indian god "Tlaloc" and how
he affected the lives of Nancy Howe, her
uncle and others who eventually were
drawn into the sinister web of the play.
lntermingled in the weird plot was a ro-
mantic interest that added to the play.
Credit is due to Mr. Leiter for his direction,
to the stage crew for sound and stage
effects, and to the cast for its fine coopera-
SEIIIOR HI-V .
First Row: I. Peters, A. Basinqer, C. Le
Comte, B. Munsey, I. Keyes, P. Parmenter,
T. Feasel, I. Solomon, B. Snavely.
Second Row: I. Rowles, I. Zemer, L. Fruth,
I. Tsantles, I. Mann, I. Shiff, H. Franklin,
P. Ward, E. Wendel, I. Buckingham, L.
Brink, I. Barnes, D. Switzer.
Third Row: I. Shrider, P. Kint, G. Might, A.
Zuelzke, G. Whitman, R. Ridge, I. Aldrich,
R. Holden, E. Statler, G. Logsdon, C.
Fourth Row: L. Nichols, A. Dillon, W. Won-
ders, W. Duffield, D. Kinnaman, C. Snyder,
B. Hunker, I. Howard, R. Haines.
JUIIIUR Ill-V . .
First Row: L. Lather, H. Hakes, C. Statler.
Second Row: E. Kuhn, I. Smith, I. Myers, R.
Hill, C. Kisabeth, G. Snavely, P. Schauder,
T. McDonel, C. Fox.
Third Row: H. Kirian, L. Cramer, L. Switzer,
A. Clark, A. Russell, G. Clark, I. Harrison,
C. Mottram, B. Bates, M. Fouts.
Mr. George Evans
Hi-Y, the outstanding boys' club of the
high school, started with a small group of
eight in 1922 and has grown until its mem-
bership now numbers 70 Iuniors and Sen-
iors Who hold weekly noon luncheons on
Wednesday to discuss important service
projects and the problems of modern youth.
Frequently, outstanding men in the com-
munity, speak to the boys on vocational
opportunities and other subjects very timely
to boys of high school age.
The outstanding project of this year was
the "Sweetheart" Banquet, an annual for-
mal affair. Two mixers were also held, one
for the Senior High and one for the Iunior
The Hi-Y and GR., following an annual
custom, held impressive early morning
Easter services during Holy Week.
Also in conjunction with the G.R., the
Hi-Y boys sold refreshments at football
and basketball games and sponsored one
of the basketball game dances.
This year, a new custom-that of electing
officers each semester-was inaugurated
by the Hi-Y to give more boys an oppor-
tunity to develop leadership, ability, and
experience in conducting a group.
The officers who served the first semester
were: President, Iim Solomon: vice-presi-
dent, Iack Zemery secretary, Dean Snyder:
and treasurer, Iake Shiff.
The officers for the second semester were:
President, Graydon Whitman: vice-presi-
dent, Gerald Might: secretary, Pete Par-
mentery and treasurer, Iake Shiff.
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SR. GIRL RESERUES
First Row: B. Miller, P. Miller, P. Wagner, I. Car-
michael, M. Herbert, M. Greenwood, A. Dins-
more, S. Shiff, I. Saliers, M. Spitler, D. Volkmer,
V. Tyler, M. Smith.
Second Row: R. Young, A. Kint, K. Sauder, W.
Tyson, N. Deerwester, C. Doty, I. Myers, A. Roth-
enbuhler, H. Bixler, A. Lewis, I. Beatty, B. Peters,
H. Steinhour, M. Turner, P. Feasel, L. Braman,
C. Deckard, I. Whitman, P. Echelbarger.
Third Row: I. Connor, M. Smith, G. Stagger, B.
Clary, E. Niday, T. Groman, I. Stout, M. Forbess,
E. Zimmerman, R. Kirk, I. Culp, C. Coppus, G.
Dennis, S. Fish, B. Ridenour,-B. Crowe.
Fourth Row: M. France, E. Saliers, C. Burson, I.
Davis, B. Marshall, M. Arnold, D. Bostic, M.
Harter, I. Welling, A. Iohnson, B. Hutchins, B.
Fifth Row: I. Kuhlman, L. Knight, I, Hall, K. Morel,
F. Talmadge, M. Wank, D. Wineland, K. Forte-
ner, D. Buck.
G. R. OFFICERS
Sylvia Shiff, Marie Greenwood, Alice Dinsmore,
Mary Herbert, Isobel Carmichael, Donna Volk-
mer, Iean Saliers, Pauline Wagner, Mildred
Spitler, Virginia Tyler.
Miss Isabel Hun!
JR. GIRL RESERUES
First Row: D. Breidigan, I. Knepper, I. Iacoby, W.
Geyer, I. Spitler, I. Huston", L. Rothenbuhler, A.
Opperman, D. Stambough, I. Oyler, I. Coppus.
Second Row: L. Bostic, R. Flechtner, C. Basehore,
I. Mergenthaler, E. Saxton, M. Sheward, K.
Smith, M. Stevens, M. Segner, B. Cooper, I.
Atwell, P. Hicks, G. Berger, F. Lynch, B. Bucher.
Third Row: D. Stout, H. Solomon, I. Stubblefield, M.
Bullock, A. Anderson, R. Gibat, D. Rowe, B.
Lord, N. Smith, S. Creeger, M. Raymont, D.
Sauler, B. Stoddard, I. Mansfield, I. Wendel, M.
Preis, I . Iacobs, M. Lee, A. Borough, M. Hill.
Fourth Row: M. Clark, D. Iohnson, M. Walters, M.
Davis, I. Graf, H. Fling, D. Harrison, M. France,
R. Hoffman, G. Iones, L. Iones, V. Nichols.
Fifth Row: R. Huffman, I. Zemer, A. Ford, B. Ander-
son, W. Stone, D. Tumer, P. Ruhl, E. Brink, I.
Knepper, I. Wade, E. Shirk.
Under the able direction of Miss Isabel
Hunt and Mrs. Mildred Davis, this out-
standing girls' organization of Fostoria High
School has just completed a most enjoy-
able and profitable year.
The G. R.'s lived up to their code of giving
service by cooperating with Hi-Y in the
maintenance of the hot dog stand at the
football games. They brought cheer into
the lives of Fostoria's shut-ins by singing
Christmas carols and distributing valen-
tines in the Old Folk's Home, the hospital,
and the Convalescent Home. Each triangle
made two scrap-books for the benefit of
children in the hospital. In this proiect, the
club gave each girl an opportunity to feel
that she was doing something worthwhile.
At Christmas, they gave service to the
Welfare Department of the city by provid-
ing books and toys for the needy convales-
cent children. They also cooperated with
Hi-Y in the annual Holy Week and Easter
The club gave valuable service to its
members by presenting helpful and con-
structive advice on attaining poise and
personality. The weighty problem of
choosing a vocation was discussed and
the program helped many to decide on
their life's work. The club sponsored a
mixer for the girls of the high school, thus
aiding them in their social training.
The White Triangle presented as a
Christmas program a very cleverly written
original pageant using the G. R. code as a
fitting gift for the Christ Child. The Purple
Triangle, with its unusual musical talent,
presented a very beautiful and impressive
Easter program with music as a theme.
ECOIl0IlllCS . .
Miss Lucy Swinqle
Miss Kathryn Marshall
First Row: E. Saxton, M. Zeller, E. Niday
I. Soles, B. Howard, M. Brombley, E
Shock, L. Miller, E. l-laytield, B. Wise, D
Stout, M. Saxton, B. Washler, D. Thomp-
son, P. Hicks, I. Anderson, L. Braman.
Second Row: B. Price, W. Tyson, C. Base-
hore, P. Smith, M. Yenser, N. Deerwester,
D. Smith, I. Knowles, A. Brough, G. Solo-
mon, K. Smith, B. Thomas, S. Creeger.
Third Row: C. Doty, P. Gossard, M. Seqner
B. Cooper, L. Rader, C. Deckard, M. Per-
kins, K. Pappas, F. Snavely, D. Breidigan
M. Bullock, P. Boday. I. Atwell.
ECUIIDIIIICS . .
First Row: Tarris, Rose, Barnes, Franklin,
Second Row: Harshman, Tribby, Brink,
Logsdon, Nye, Manecke.
Third Row: Haines, Ogg, Buckingham, Mohr,
C0llllCIl . .
First Row: G. Knepper, E. Shirk, M. France
E. Saliers, C. Burson, M. Herbert,
Geyer, I. Solomon.
Second Row: M. Hill, I. Coppus, I. Saliers,
D. Wineland, M. Greenwood.
Third Row: L. Fruth, I. Timanus, B. McDaniel,
I. Keyes, W. Franklin, I. Mauer, R. Bird-
Fourth Row: C. Kisabeth, I. Zemer, G.
Windsor., B. Munsey.
This was a successful year for the Mod-
ern Maids under the leadership of Miss
Swingle and Miss Marshall. They held
demonstrations, discussions, several social
affairs and money-making projects. An
original idea this year was a scrapbook
compiled by the girls and submitted to the
Home Economics meeting in Columbus. ln
their Mother's Day program on May 8th,
the group presented a style review. An-
other important occasion for them was the
Annual Senior dinner.
One used to smile when speaking of
a group of boys taking instruction in cook-
ing, but not any more. ln high schools
throughout the country, Boys' Home Ec.
classes are every bit as popular as Chem-
istry or Algebra. Fostoria High School is
one of the schools that can boast of a Boys'
Home EC. club, more informally called the
The boys sponsor candy sales that make
the girls green with envy, and incidentally
the candy is delicious.
Much fun has been made of these "bach-
elors" in their white aprons, but their desire
for this club has proved to be a very sen-
sible and practical one.
The Student Council is composed of all
home room presidents ot the seventh,
eighth, ninth, and tenth grades together
with all the Iunior and Senior class officers.
It also included the Hi-Y and G. R. Presi-
dents plus two elective Senior members.
This year as usual the council made it a
point to do things which it thought would
tend to better the school life of the Fostoria
It has been the annual duty of the Coun-
cil to sponsor the Magazine Campaign.
The money which is appropriated has
always been used for some school need.
PLIWERS . .
First Row: M. Dray, N. Smith, B. Bucher, M
Milligan, M. Davis, I. Graf, I. Spitler, M
Ruehle, B. Church, A. Anderson, B
Anderson, E. Cramer, I.. Schultz, D. Lewis
L. Stauffer, R. Clark, M. Berger.
Second Row: A. Greenfield, D. Hall, K
Groves, A. Ford, M. Price, W. Geyer, I
Knepper, E. Gair, I. Copley, P. Ruhl, N
Raubenolt, C. Opperman, B. Snyder, A
Opperman, H. Iohnson, I. Friesner, D
Third Row: M. Davidson, M. Hill, L. Lind,
P. Walhs, B. Warner, I. Iacoby, M. Bea
R. Birdwhistle, V. Baker, M. Wetherill, C
Rouse, R. Cohn, M. Seiple, C. Shift, D
IIITESFIH . .
First Row: W. Alge, D. Lapidos, E. Welling
G. Windsor, R. Fort, V. Baker, B. McDaniel.
Second Row: B. Clore, I. Mergenthaler, L.
Steinhour, I. Stubbleiield, I. Oyler, B
Stoddard, M. Seiple.
Mr. O. K. Coldwell
Mrs. Mildred Hutchinson
These striving young students, who have
just begun their school careers as Fresh-
men, have been building under the Watch-
iul guidance of Mrs. Hutchinson, a solid
foundation tor later membership in the
Omicron Lambda. While increasing their
knowledge in histrionics, they have at-
tained many honors tor their splendid
They have taken a very active part in
the dramatic activities of the school and
will go tar as members ot other organiza-
They have three more years in which to
reach new heights and will surely give
many worthwhile productions.
These enterprising Freshmen and Sopho-
mores made great progress in their quest
tor every day scientific knowledge this
Mr. Caldwell, their adviser, saw to it that
they came to have a greater respect for
nature by conducting nature studies, star
studies and hikes in the open. These oppor-
tunities made them more aware of the
necessity of the complex objects about
them which have as important a role in
this universe as man does.
It is the thought ot everyone that they
continue in their Work and realize a large
profit from it.
Miss Virginia Crawford
First Row: Iames Solomon, Lester Fruth, Alice Dinsmore, lack Zerner, Mary Herbert, Dean Snyder,
Marie Greenwood, Bill Munsey.
Second Row: Eunice Flechtner, Virginia Tyler, lean Saliers, Ethel Zimmerman, Donna Volkmer, Isobel
Carmichael, Phyllis Echelbarger, Coleen Burson, Elaine Saliers, leanne Hunt, Dorothy Wineland.
Third Row: Thomas Feasel, George Knepper, Ion Peter, Ice Keyes, lake Shiff, Carl Snyder, Graydon
Whitman, LeRoy Nichols, Allan Russell.
SUCIETV . .
The Fostoria chapter of the National
Honor Society took another step forward
this year and became an active society.
As the name implies, this honorary organ-
ization rewards a certain percent of the
students of the Senior and lunior classes
who possess the desired qualities of
character, service, scholarship, and leader-
ship. Membership the first semester is re-
stricted to five per cent of the senior class.
ln the second semester, an additional ten
per cent of the Senior class and five per
cent of the Iunior class are admitted.
As was stated before, the society became
an active one and undertook several pro-
jects this year. These included the drawing
up and publishing of ahandbook Cvery ben-
eficial to new studentsl, the revision of the
club constitution, the letters of congratula-
tion written to all those students who at-
tained high enough scholastic ratings to be
on the honor roll, and last but not least,
the impressive induction ceremony which
ushered in the new members.
lt was due to the capable direction and
untiring efforts of Miss Crawford that this
year, for the first tirne, the National Honor
Society became an active organization.
This year's campaign started very slow-
ly, but the competition at the end was so
keen that it almost ended in a lunior and
Senior class brawl. lf that spirit had pre-
vailed from the start, the school would have
made double the amount of money it did
but the results were qood. lt was through
the funds of the campaign that it was pos-
sible to purchase a sound motion picture
machine, a public address system, and this
last year, the electric Orqatron organ.
This campaign was beneficial to each
individual student in the improvements
that were made possible to the school. lt
also developed qualities that Will make
him successful in business.
Left to Right:
First How: D. Wineland, C. 1
Adams, A. Dinsmore, L.
Nichols, D. Kinnaman, I.
Second Row: B. Lowe, A.
Burkhart, I. Stubblefield,
P. Hicks, N. Smith, K.
Third Row: M. Clark, V.
Welsh, V. Tyler, M.
Harter, I. Warner, L.
Miller, C. Burson, R. Ber-
Fourth Row: I. Rinehard, D.
Bercaw, L. Painter, H.
Russel, S. Stipp, D. Bru-
PFlTR0l . .
George Knepper, Roger Ridge,
Norman Stout, William Duffield,
Tom Feasel, Ion Peter, Iaclc
Zemer, lake Shiff.
IIURSES . .
Sitting: Ioan Kuhlman, Phyllis
Echelbarger, lane Davis, Mil-
dred Spitler, Isobel Carmichael,
Standing: Helen Bixler, La Vonne
Dillon, Georgia Kellums, lane
Culp, Thelma Shultz, Theodocia
CLUB . .
First Row: Ieanetta Connor, Maxs
ine Forbess, Betty Rhoads, lake
Shift, Pierre Hover, La Vonne
Sampson, Betty Ohls, Edna
Second Row: Glada Smith, Sarah
Knox, Betty Peters, Bernadine
Mosier, Carolyn Coppus, Noreen
Snook, Betty Hutchins, Margaret
Third Row: Gladys Dennis, Phyllis
Echelbarger, Helen Steinhour,
Charles Greenfield, Dorothy
Madden, Ardeth Rothenbuhler,
Clara Kimble, Mary Ianis Schuh.
Miss Doneldcl McDonald
Miss Lucille Kunable
Several of Walter Winchell's famous
orchids to these brave souls who protect
our lives against menacing traffic as We
leave school every noon and night! They
brave the Wind, the rain, the snow, and
most of all, the teacher's glances when they
leave just as the next day's assignment is
about to be given.
The organization was founded a number
of years ago under the auspices of the
Fostoria Automobile club in order to pre-
vent accidents at the intersections of High
and Perry Streets and High and Main
"Ouch! I cut my finger in Manual," says
a Seventh grade boy as he holds up a
somewhat dirty forefinger dripping with
l-le doesn't really have to Worry, how-
ever, because one of the efficient student
nurses Will soon fix it. Due to these capable
young Women and the watchful eye of
their adviser, Miss Kanable, many serious
consequences have been avoided.
All who have ever been suddenly taken
ill in school realize what a valuable ser-
vice these girls perform for Fostoria High
School. They cope with emergencies at
any time and place.
The Commercial Club was reorganized
again this fall. Its purpose is to study and
discuss the problems of business facing
students in school life and after graduation.
Any senior in commercial classes is eligi-
ble to join this club.
The meetings, social and business, are
entirely planned by the members of the
club. They take field trips, hold meetings
consisting of reports on various types of
machines used in business offices, and
read plays pertaining to business and
THE PHLETTE. .
First Row: Loretta Kiefer,
Iacqueline Knowles, Le-
tha Rothenbuhler, Donna
Second Row: Don Kinna-
man, Gaylord Clark, Bob
Hunker, Ellsworth State-
Ieanetta Connor, Betty
Rhoads, Carolyn Coppus.
Mr. G. D. Knepper
First Row: Bernadine Mo-
sier, Mabel Smith, Ieanne
Hall, Betty Marshall.
Second How: Phoeba
Feasel, Rolda Kirk.
Miss Hannah Scott
The Palette is the art club of Fostoria
High School and was founded through the
efforts of Miss Agnes Kircher and the Senior
High art students during the school term of
The club meets every fourth Monday
evening of each month. At the meetings
discussions center around the lives and
works of the master artists both old and
Field trips were taken to the Toledo
Museum of Art and the Queen of the Holy
Rosary Cathedral during the year to en-
able the study ot the applications of art
during Ancient, Medieval, and Modern
The club's purpose is to promote art
appreciation in the school and in the com-
munity. It is hoped that the club will
become larger next year and create a
greater appreciation for art in Fostoria high.
The Work in the Accounting Department
is under the supervision of Mr. G. D. Knep-
per. The duties of the accountants are to
issue balance sheets at the end of each
month, type checks, special statements for
the separate organizations when they are
requested to do so, do special typing, and
keep an account of the transactions of all
organizations and departments.
Cne of the highest honors for a bookeep-
ing student is to be selected as an account-
Quiet and unassuming are the girls who
make up the library staff. They receive
little recognition: nevertheless they go
about doing their tasks with the utmost
care. Filing books and magazines, helping
students with reference material, these are
the tasks of the library staff.
Their supervisor, Miss Scott, is always
willing to give her time to any student who
may need it.
"Musicl soft charm of heav'n and earthy
Whence dids't thou borrow thy auspicious
Or art thou of eternal date,
Sire to thyself, thyself as old as Fate?"
Music is the universal language "loved
by some, known by all". Longfellow once
said that singers were sent upon the earth
to bring heav'n back to man. In saying
this, he brought out the aptitude of a song
in expressing the feeling of beauty. Wheth-
er it be the quiet serene beauty of love or
loneliness, or the gay, agile beauty of
frivolity and mirth depends upon the song
itself: but no matter what kind it is, song
invariably expresses a distinct emotion.
To appreciate life to its fullest extent, one
naturally has to love song and know music
either as a listener or as a singer.
For those of the high school who wish
to enjoy music as a singer does, the chorus,
glee clubs, and choirs offer a wide oppor-
tunity to do so. The activity of these groups
is great. One of their outstanding achieve-
ments this year was the operetta, "An Old
Kentucky Garden". ln addition to this, they
sang at festivals and gave several con-
certs, the two outstanding ones being in
collaboration with the other musical or-
ganizations of the school: the band and
orchestra. The latter offers opportunities for
musical expression to those who prefer
instrumental music which, as the vocal
song, has magnetic powers of expression,
either melancholic or gay. Peter Newell
"She played upon her music box
a fancy air by chance:
And straightway all her polka-dots
began a lively dance."
This was a full year for the instrumental
department, too. The band, playing its rou-
tine marches and school songs during foot-
ball season, had a busy fall: while the
orchestra practiced many an extra hour in
mastering the numbers for the State Or-
chestra contest in the Spring.
In addition to these two special activities
they, as the vocal department members,
gave several concerts during the year.
Marion Wothorill .... . . . President
Wilbur Wonders. . .Vice-President
Edwin Kuhn ........... Secretary
Dale Harrison T
BARITON E SAXOPHONE
Iames Tsantles S
Arthur Zuelzke ......... President
George Knepper, Ir.. .V.-President
Dorothy Wineland ..... .Secretary
Donna Jean Harrison
TRUMPETS SNQRE DRUMS
Iames LeComte Qylord Snuvely
Wendell Wells John SmVe1Y
HORNS Robert Greenlee
William Duffield BASS DRUM
Melvin Wetherill Robert Fest
Robert Bates TIMPANI
Betty Jeanne Cooper
George Knepper, Ir.
George Knepper, Ir.
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Art Zuelzke E E. Smith W. T. Fisher
When newspaper headlines proclaim
first place for a Fostoria High instrumental
or vocal group, people shake their heads
and say: "Fostoria certainly is lucky to
have so many talented people."
Fostoria has no more "talented" people
to begin with than any other school ot its
size. What we do have are two men: Mr.
E. E. Smith and Mr. W. T. Fisher who take
these young people with "talent" and de-
velop accomplished musicians.
When Mr. Smith leads his band in public
concerts, critics applaud. When Mr. Fisher
directs his vocalists in the "Messiah", music
lovers cheer lustily. When Art Zuelzke
struts his stuff, across the gridiron in his
spotless white uniform, deftly twirling his
shining baton, girls' hearts come to atten-
Yes, Mr. Smith, Mr. Fisher, and the F.H.S.
drum major bring out the best in every
Fostoria High musician.
PIT ORCHESTRH . .
Virginia Tyler, lack Fey, Dorothy Wineland, Marilyn Harter Ivadel Knepper Roger Ridge
Mary Herbert, Mr. E. E. Smith, Wilbur Summers, Arthur Zuelzke Wilbur Wonders Norman
Marxen, Rex Ridge, George Knepper, Marion Wetherill William Duffield
Music for the chapel programs, all-school
and class plays, and many other school
activities during the year is furnished by
an up-and-coming organization of the
school, the pit orchestra.
The capable young people who make it
up are chosen because of their special
ability in playing a particular instrument.
They have to work extra hours before and
during school to "put the finishing touches"
on their performances. As a result of their
earnest toil, the popularity of their organi-
zation has greatly increased.
Martial music, light, and airy tunes have
all been played equally Well to lighten the
hearts and minds of the students and the
visitors to the building.
The Fostoria High School Pit Orchestra,
under the capable and efficient direction of
Mr. E. E. Smith, has done very fine Work in
the past and will continue in the future to
do Work which is equally as admirable.
Fl EIlPPEllH CHOIR . .
First Row: Martha France, lune Welling, Lucille Lind, Phyllis Third Row: Arthur Clark, Iulian Bulley, Lester Fruth, Wilbur
Echelbarger, Maxine Forbess, Mary Herbert, Madge Smith,
Betty Miller, Patty Miller, Donna Volkmer, lean Saliers,
Ruth Bersted, Elota Hayfield, Bessie Wise, Leah Mae
Workley, Ardeth Rothenbuhler, Gladys Dennis.
Second Row: Wanda Tyson, Margaret Hill, lean Stout, Betty
Franklin, Donald Bercaw, Philip Brubaker, Melvin Rose,
Iohn Shrider, Robert Might, Gaylord Snavely, LeRoy
Nichols, Don Estes, loe Keyes, loe Bates, lack LeComte,
Eugene Patterson, Verton Rhoades.
C151-ey' pumcig Hicks, Vfmdu Nichols' tune Myers' Iecm, Fourth Row: Ion Peter, Clair Kisabeth, Don Kinnaman, Gay-
ette Beatty, Marjorie Sheward, loyce Pillsburg, Gladys
Zeller, Margaret Stevens, lean l-lunt, Betty Cooper, Lois
Knight, Lois Schlosser, Dorothy Smith.
lord Clark, Robert Hunker, Harold Franklin, Don Boroughi,
Edmund Wendel, Arthur Zuelzke, Lewis Brink, Iames
Myers, lack Zemer, Paul Rupert.
This makes the fourth consecutive year that
the A Cappella Choir, under the direction of
Wallace T. Fisher, has been organized. Through-
out this time, it has participated in many musical
activities and has attained much success as a
Among the choir's outstanding activities this
year, was the "Messiah" which with the coop-
eration oi the community chorus, was a splendid
success. Much appreciation was shown by the
audience in the acceptance oi this Work. The
choir also proved its ability as a musical organ-
ization in the State contest.
When singing for a teachers' meeting in
Toledo, the choir made several recordings of its
music. These recordings will live on and the
choir will never be iorgotteny for the echo oi their
lovely voices still remains.
BOVS' Fl CIIPPELLR CHDIR ..
First Row: Harold France, Harry Stephenson, Vernon New-
house, Rudy Walters, Iohn Burgbacher, Carter Clark, Carl
Rouse, Rudy Cohn, Wayne Picket, Martin Groman, Calvin T
Second Row: Nate Hatfield, Harvey Wolfarth, Harvey Bostic,
Raymond Boday, Dale Harrison, Gene Newell, Harold
Struble, Robert Wilcox, Ir., Russell Smith, Albert Rhoads,
Don Scott, lay Davis, Caral Fouts.
hird Row: Donald Bercaw, Alfred Woods, Phillip Brubaker,
Mervin Rose, lohn Shrider, Arthur Clark, Robert Hunker,
Gaylord Clark, Donald Boroughf, lim Myers, Arthur
Zuelzke, Eugene Patterson, LeRoy Nichols, lack LeComte,
Verton Rhoads, Ioe Bates.
Among the vocal music organizations of the
school, one is proud to have the Boys' A Cap-
pella Choir. It shows that the school is improving
in ability to appreciate good music. This group
is made up of music-minded boys and any
school that can boast of such a group should be
Football, basketball, etc. are forgotten when
these boys begin to sing. For a group of boys
to show such avid interest in music is indeed a
compliment to the music department of the
Every year these boys work hard and strive to
rank high in vocal contests. May they always
achieve the goal which they strive for!
Bersted, Karp, Hayfield, Wise.
IRLS' GLEE ClUB . .
First Row: Hicks, Forbess, Echelbarger,
Sheward, Frank, Pillsburg, France, Ray-
rnont, Creeger, Shift, Workly, Cooper,
Smith, Schlosser, Stevens.
Second Row: P. Miller, B. Miller, France,
Harter, Welling, Lee, Tumer, K. Smith,
Myers, Nichols, Morrison, Amold, Beck,
Third Row: Tyson, Hill, Cl ..y, Stout, Beatty,
Niday, Zeller, Dieter, Wade, Shirk, Decker,
Snavely, Fruth, Wendel, Knight, Eger.
Pianist: Virginia Tyler.
BUVS' GlEE CLUB . .
First Row: Keyes, Wendel, Wetherill, Harri-
son, Hakes, Fruth, Franklin, Mann, Le-
Comte, Clark, Peter, Myers, Estes.
Second Row: Rhoades, Bates, Le Comte,
Bercaw, Brubaker, Ward, Bulley, Switzer,
Zuelzke, Nichols, Mann.
Third Row: Rupert, Patterson, French, Rose,
Hunker, Boroughf, Franklin, Kinnaman,
Reinhard, ller, Ward, Kidd, Brink, Zemer.
Accompanist: lune Isabelle Myers.
First Row: Peter, Myers, Tyler, Mr. Fifth Row: Hicks, Arnold, Frank, Mor-
Second Row: Tyson, Herbert, France
Welling, B. Miller, Bercaw, Bru-
baker, Woods, Boroughf, Bates
Myers, Rupert, Keyes, Dennis
Schlosser, Rothenbuhler, Workley
Third Row: Clarey, Stout, P. Miller,
Echelbarger, Forbess, LeComte,
Reinhard, Rose, Hakes, Patterson
Rhoades, Hayfield, Smith, Karp
Chandler, Bogqess, Cooper.
Fourth Row: Hill, Smith, Beatty,
Sampson, Smith, Adams, Hunker,
Wetherill, Harrison, Clark, French
Brink, Wendel, Zuelzke, Price, Ohls
Omlor, Eger, Dieter, Beck, Wise.
rison, Niday, Bishop, Marshall
Fruth, Franklin, Smith, Coppus
Mann, Kidd, Welling, Stevens:
Harter, Fortener, Burson, Davis
Hunt, France, Fruth.
' Sixth Row: Bersted, Creeger, Sheward
Tumer, Huffman, Shirk, Ward
Mann, Kisabeth, Logsdon, Franklin
Switzer, Nichols, Estes, Pillsburg
Zeller, Brink, Wade, Wendel, Mans:
field, Decker, Lee, Smith, Volkmer,
Seventh Row: Nichols, Thomas, Smith
Morris, Stoddard, Raymont, Lee
Shrider, Clark, Duffield, Kinnaman
Iler, Shauder, Bulley, Zemer, Cook
Tumer, Stagger, Souder, Wank
Sauler, Knepper, Flechtner, Shiff
Is it the singing of birds? No, the Girls'
Glee Club is practicing one of its beautiful
and harmonious renditions of a group of
It isn't simply the fact that there are ex-
cellent singers among them that makes
these girls a success, but also the fact that
they are Willing to put forth a persistent
effort to attain success.
The members of the Boys' Glee Club
this year again earned their share of vocal
honors. They proved themselves to be
thoroughly in earnest in their singing.
They took part in the operetta, "Kentucky
Garden", sang for the Farmers' Institute,
and on several other occasions were great-
ly enjoyed by those who were fortunate
enough to hear them. Mr. Fisher is justly
proud of the voices of this group.
The Mixed Chorus this year produced
one of the outstanding chapters of the
school's musical achievements. Under the
able direction of Wallace T. Fisher, this
chorus attained much recognition and
provided enjoyment for many people. The
organization very successfully presented
a thrilling operetta "ln a Kentucky Garden"
and inspiringly aided the community
chorus in the interpretation of the great
masterpiece, "The Messiah". Their rendi-
tion of the Hallelujah Chorus will long be
remembered by those who attended this
K . aww. . ---
First Row Coach Ike Trubey Charles Greenfield Iohn Third Row: Trainer Al Sawdy, Ir. Aldrich, Arthur Clark,
Shrider Henry Lind Charles LeComte Alex Lind Assls Charles Ffflllklint Lewis Brink, AISH RUSS911, GC1Y1Ofd
mm Cinch Stun Lewis Clark Bill Shitlet, Pete Parmenter, Clair Kisabeth, Faculty
anager W. W. Nixon,
second Row Manager Don March Lloyd Holden Kaine Fourth Row: Manager Harold Franklin, Herbert Hakes, Lester
Bennett Bob Mlqht Wilbur Fmnkhn Frank SG us Y Switzer, Elwood Chapman, Clitt Fox, Charles lrnber, Law-
rence Smith, Roscoe Marshall, Lester Fruth, Graydon
French D1Ck W6-St MGHGQGI ChCIFl9S MOltFG1'r1 Whitman, Bill Munsey, Manager lames Solomon,
Undeteatedl Untiedl The Fostoria High
Redmen completed one ot their most suc-
cessful seasons since l92O by going
through ten games without a defeat. Whip-
ping most ot the big schools in the North-
western and Central districts, they became
rated as number two in the state by leading
sports authorities. They scored 295 points
to their opponents' 25 and they carried the
ball a little over 2 miles throughout the
games during the season.
This season's success can be attributed
to the boys' complete cooperation with the
coaches. Fostoria had no outstanding stars,
but did have 34 boys who wanted to play
football and who didn't seem to have heard
the Word defeat.
Since Coach Trubey's arrival three years
ago and Ass't Coach Lewis' coming a year
later, football has been on the upward
trend. This year their undefeated and un-
tied team was classed as one of the best
in the state. That is not all. What is more
important yet, they help build up character
Throughout the football and basketball
season, these seven cheerleaders put pep
and fire into both the team and the student
body. During the cool nights of the football
season the cheerleaders kept the student
body on its feet, yelling for the team, un-
mindful of the biting air.
Coaches "Ike" Trubey and Stan Lewis
Eddie Wendel, Senior Ed Kuhn, lunior 'Wanda Geyer, Freshman Ruth Beeson, Iunior
loe Keyes, Senior lean Saliers, Senior Elaine Saliers, lunior
E N If
Donald March lim Solomon Charles Mottram
Dick Lapidos Harold Franklin
lt is these boys who do the many things
unseen by the public that help a good
football team be better. These fellows keep
the suits in the best of condition. They oil
shoes, tighten cleats, wash headgears,
clean balls, and do a million and one other
things that go into keeping a football team
Munsey, Bill, Billy .... ....
Fruth, Lester, Les .......,
Marshall, Roscoe, Ros ......
Whitman, Graydon, Whit..
Smith, Lawrence, Speed ....
Aldrich, Howard, Iunior. . .
Parmenter, Floyd, Pete .....
Le Comte, Charles, Chuck..
Lind, Henry, Heinie ......
Shrider, Iohn, Iohnny ......
Shitlet, William, Bill ........
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Greenfield, Charles, Charlie ..... .... G uard-
Smith, Charles, Iunior ......
Fox, Clifford, Cliff .........
lmber, Charles, Charlie ....
Kisabeth, Clair, Stretch .....
Clark, Gaylord, Gay .....
Russell, Allen, Russ ....
Lind, Alex, Alec .....
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. . .I-lalfback-Iunior
. . . .Fullback-Iunior
. . . .Tackle-Iunior
. . . . .Tackle-Iunior
. . . . . . . . .Center-Iunior
The trainers have a very important role
to play in producing good football teams.
They see that a boy keeps himself in the
peak of physical condition. They rub,
swab, and bandage after every scrimmage.
Before the games, they are lost in yards of
tape that they finally manage to get on
the players' bodies.
Mr. Nixon, as Senior High faculty man-
ager, and Mr. Stearns, as Iunior High
faculty manager, have done a great deal
to further athletics in the school. They were
always on hand to make certain that the
game came off smoothly and should be
congratulated on their very effective work.
Top Row: Maurer, Stoddard, Alge, Munger, Atwell, Williams, Shuman, Haines, Rouse
Delgado, Hutchins, Youngston.
Second Row: Mr. Zumpft, Molter, Westner, Alley, Timanus, Barringer, Wagner, Smith, Emerine
Tyson, Coach Milo Treese.
Third Row: Gardner, Gockerman, Anderson, lmber, Alge, Russel, Birdwhistle, Coe Lee
Hendericks, Mr. Stearns.
Sitting: Enright, Bateson, Crow, Iohnson.
FO0TBHll . .
Although they only played three games
this year, the lr. High Football team gave
notice to everyone that they know some-
thing about the game. Most of their time
was spent in learning the fundamentals ot
football, so that when they reach the var-
sity coach they will be prepared to go into
the more scientific points, that usually
make winning teams.
Their season's record shows one win,
one loss, and one tie. Besides playing
these games they otten scrimmaged the
varsity, and showed up quite well.
IUNIOR HIGH COACHES
These men were put in charge ot the lr.
High Squad because they are well versed
in the basic rules ot the game. They teach
the boys the proper way to block and
tackle and help them build up their bodies
both mentally and physically. Although
they get very little credit for it, they are
usually the ones that start our champion-
ship varsity teams on the right path.
Coaches Milo Treece and Charles Zumpit
First Row: Charles Smith, Roscoe Marshall, Henry Lind, lake Shift, Clair Kisabeth, Ioe Keyes,
Franklin Kirian, Alex Lind, Bob Might, Charles lmber.
Second Row: Coach Iohn Roltes, Harry Smith, Cliff Fox, Charles Franklin, lim Mauer, Wayne
Bennett, Lloyd Holden, Wilbur Franklin, Robert Briggs. Faculty Manager W. W. Nixon.
Third Row: Managers Donald March, Dick Lapidos, Charles Mottram.
BFISHETBFIH . .
Mr. Roltes has made an im-
posing record at Fostoria with
his basketball teams. They have
made an outstanding impression
on the people ot the town by
their "never say die" spirit which
pulls them through many a
game on the long end ot the
Combining height and speed, this year's
basketball team turned in a very creditable
record by winning 10 games and reaching
the finals of the district tournament. After
playing their regular season of 16 games
and winning only 7 games, the varsity
boys entered the district tournament where
they made a startling comeback by de-
feating three strong teams before tasting
defeat in the finals. As a reward for reach-
ing the finals, they received a large trophy,
and a silver belt buckle for each individual
Hampered as usual by the small F.H.S.
gym, the varsity met disastrous results
when they played on the large floor of
the opponents. However, they did show
the Fostoria fighting spirit and didn't quit
until the final gun sounded. ln twenty
games, they rolled up 715 points for an
average of 35 points, an excellent record
for a high school team.
F. H. S.
45 North Baltimore ....... . . 25
32 Toledo Vocational .... . . 22
25 Tiffin Columbian ..... . . 49
27 St. Wendelin ....... . . 26
35 Lima Central ..... . . 36
34 Findlay ........... . . 48
52 Upper Sandusky ..... . . 40
27 Fremont Ross ...... . . 42
37 Marion Harding .... . . 45
40 St. Wendelin ..... . . 24
50 Kenton ......... . . 48
26 Lima South ..... . . 31
31 Bowling Green . . . . . 32
47 ' 20
Willard ........ . .
Port Clinton ..............
Tiffin Ir. Order ............
St. Mary's ...............
Celina . . . . .
Findlay .... . .
52 Crestline ................ 39
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The lr. High cheerleaders are learning the
trade from the bottom up. Carefully watch-
ing the Varsity cheerleaders at the big games,
they practice daily, When the Ir. High boys
play a game, they get out and strut their stuff,
and are they good! lumping and yelling,
they put spirit in their schoolmates, That
makes winning teams.
lames Youngston, Albert Gardner, Ivan Maurer
lr. High is the training ground for varsity
managers. To earn a varsity letter, a man-
ager must have a good knowledge of all the
equipment the players wear and use. Few
people realize it, but the teams can't get along
without these boys. Not everyone can be a
good manager. A few reliable boys are chos-
en in the Ir. High years and are trained for
- fill I
First Row -Carl Rouse, Glenn Vtlindsor, Wilbur Anderson, Bob Barringer, Don Feisel, Manager
Second Row-lunior Lee, Bob lmber, Eugene Russel, Dick Crow, Bill McDaniel, Bob Senn.
Back Row 'Joy Shuman, Ivan Mauer, Dick Bateson, Iames Timanus, Dick Deer,
Under the tutelage of Coach Normand lones, this year's lunior High
basketball team turned in a very creditable showing. Winning five out
of ten games, they showed great promise for future years. Congratulations
to Coach lones on his first attempt at coaching.
Fin! Row: Marie Zeller, Ieanne Hall,
Eunice Flechtner, Theo Groman, Ruth
Bersted, Maxine Wank, Lillian Rader,
Second Row: Norma Deerwester, Iose-
phine Whitman, Ieanne Sayre, Betty
Crow, Dorothy Wineland, Iean Stout,
Mamie Shiff, Iane Culp, Avis Kint.
Min Wilma Miller
JllI'll0R G. Il.
Pint Row: D. Carmichael, B. Moody, R.
Fry, E. Biddle, B. Marxen, B. Holden,
E. Hasse, B. Gossard, A. Foster, E.
Gale, I. O'Brien, A. Groqq, I. Houser,
E. Hampshire, D. Humbert, L. Davis, L.
Rothenbuhler, M. Graves, N. Echel-
Second Rovi: P. Smothers, I. Fast, B.
Meng, P. Chilcote, R. Talmadge, C.
Bulkowski, D. Zeller, D. Reinhardt, M.
Martin, D. Hiqley, W. Stone, B. Del-
gado, I. Rensch, L. Newhouse, M.
Thomas, D. I-iurnbert.
Third Row: I. Lusk, L. Wyley, B. Wyley,
C. Corwin, M. Snavely, V. Goodale, D.
Burlinghoif, L. Brombley, I. Cooper, M.
Pastorias, A. Burkhart, I. Sowers, D.
Cline, M. Grornan, V. Welsch, D. Lind.
GlRl5' BIISHETBHLL . .
Sitting-Virginia Brookover, Betty Crow,
Standing-Dorothy Madden, Anna Fos-
ter, Betty Peters, Esther Davis.
The Senior Girls' Athletic Association,
under the leadership of Miss Miller, has
had a year filled to capacity. For the first
time in its history, this organization spon-
sored a play-day inviting many schools to
attend. Another important project this year
was the biennial circus which interests the
whole student body. Aside from these,
inter-class basketball and baseball touma-
ments are held each year. The aim of the
G. A. A. girls is to foster clean play and
The Iunior Girls' Athletic Association
composed of seventh, eighth, and ninth
graders, had a most interesting and suc-
cessful year under the leadership of Miss
Miller. The activities of the year included
hikes, play nights, and sports parties.
The girls worked for their merit badges
and pins by competing in different types of
sports and contests. Like the older group
of girls in Sr. G. A. A., these girls strive to
be good sports and always honest in play.
During the months of Ianuary and Feb-
ruary, girls were seen dashing around the
gym in multi-colored shorts. They were
getting ready for the girls' basketball tour-
nament sponsored by G. A. A. The final
contest was played between two senior
teams, whose captains were Mary Hitch-
cock and Betty Crowe. The latter's team
SCH00l CIILEIIDIIR . .
9-First assembly, introduction of new teachers.
16-St. Wendelin vs. Fostoria. Night game.
23-Bucyrus vs. Fostoria. Night game.
27-Kiwanis entertained the men of the faculty: Virgil Havens,
assembly speaker on Africa.
30-Piqua vs. Fostoria, there. Night game.
4-Senior High Boys' Mixer.
7-Fremont vs. Fostoria. Night game. Historical movies, Mr. La
14-Assembly speaker, Dr. Frank Sayre, "Are You a Thorough-
14-Lima South, here. Night game.
18-Assembly, "Spotlight Sketches."
21-Ir. Order vs. Fostoria, there. Night game.
22-G. A. A. Play Day.
24-Mr. Leiter gave talk on trip to Europe.
25-Ir. High Boys' Mixer.
27-Willard vs. Fostoria, there. Night game.
28-Annual magazine subscription campaign started.
3-Bowling Green vs. Fostoria.
ll-Assembly, Roxine Beard, soprano soloist: Mr. G. D. Knepper,
speaker: Tiffin vs. Fostoria.
1,7-Assembly, Wm. Bale in "Dr. Iekyll and Mr. Hyde."
24-Findlay vs. Fostoria.
6-Football banquet, Coach Ernie Godfrey, speaker.
9-Opening basketball game, North Baltimore vs. Fostoria.
ll-Christmas Vesper service, orchestra and choir.
16-Toledo Vocational vs. Fostoria, here.
19-Teachers' party at Wo1'nan's Club.
20-Tiffin Columbian vs. Fostoria, there.
Z2-Christmas Assembly, Dramatics Dept. annual program: toot-
ball players received gold tootballs.
23-Christmas vacation began.
3-School reopened, St. Wendelin vs. Fostoria, there.
6-Lima Central vs. Fostoria, here.
10-Findlay vs. Fostoria, there.
13-Upper Sandusky vs. Fostoria, here.
20-Assembly, amateur contest opened annual subscription cam-
paign: Fremont vs. Fostoria, there.
21-Marion vs. Fostoria, there.
24-St. Wendelin vs. Fostoria, there.
26-William Burgette, local magician and entertainer.
27-Kenton vs. Fostoria, there.
l-Operetta, "Old Kentucky Garden."
5-Lima South vs. Fostoria, there.
9-Electric Orgatron dedicated. Mrs. Floyd Kinnarnan at the
10-Bowling Green vs. Fostoria, there.
14-Willard vs. Fostoria, here.
16-Russel Hooqerhyde, national archery champion.
17-Iunior class dance.
21-Port Clinton vs. Fostoria, there.
24-Ir. Order vs. Fostoria, here.
3-Assembly, contest play, "The Dictator Visits His Mother."
16-Assembly, induction ceremony by National Honor Society
Supt. H. L. Ford, speaker.
17-Ir. class play.
23-Assembly, Robert Zimmerman, deep sea diver.
30--Assembly, Bob Hanscome players in "Huckleberry Finn."
l-Senior scholarship day at Tiffin.
4+'One-act play contest.
5-Sprinq vacation began.
21-22-State orchestra and chorus contest at Columbus.
28-Hi-Y Sweetheart Banquet.
5--Lambda Siqma Fashion Tea.
6-Bowling Green scholarship team.
ll-12-Senior class play.
19-Senior class assembly, distribution of Annuals.
26-Commencement, Dr. Rice.
"' MASTER "'
if 667, ffflflflfelft if
ul' HAVE HELPED BUILD 'lr
Employing Master Craftsmen with many years
ot specialized training . . . The Gray Printing
Company possesses an enviable reputation tor
producing the finest yearbooks . . .either by
Letterpress or the distinctive Gray-Lith method.
me snnv Pmnnns co.
PIIUIIE '18 FUSTURIA. UIIIU
Largest Producers of SCHOOL ANNUALS in the State!
I Compliments of
V IAMES Rowuas
O C H A R D I N G ALICE DINSMORE
SQUARE DEAL IEWELER JAMES HOWARD
Someone You Know
Knows Me IAMES SOLOMON
M I C K E Y ' S
GRILL AND COFFEE SHOP
331 S. Main Street Fostoria Ohio
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
CLEANERS, PRESSERS, DYERS
HAT CLEANING - RUG CLEANING
Phone 34 ll3 Perry St.
THE H. O. AHLENIUS 6 CO.
1VIAXINE'S FINE FOODS
Ecrst Center Maxine Kronert, Pr
I1 l Congtatulates
and W1S11.eS You
J S U C C E S S I J
CLASS OF 1939
Fountain Service and Light Luncheons
HARROLD'S FUNERAL HOME
W. E. KINNEY
Saies and Service
131 W. Center St., Fostoria
QUALITY AT LOW PRICE
Day Phone 756 Night Phones 591-W, 2044-W
COOK 8: SHULTZ
AUTO REPAIRING-ANY MAKE OF CAR
Wreck Cm' Service!
133-135 E. Tittin Street Fostoria, Ohio
DR. F. H. PENNELL
DR. H. L. PERRY
DR. G. H. BRUGGEMAN
Everything in Music and Musical Instruments
1 West North St.
it L.-- L L. L
EAST NORTH STREET LUIVIBER CO.
i Phone 238
Heat Your Horne With Our
Stewart-Warner Bendix Home
S T R O M A N
125 East Center Street
Oliver Farm Findlay
FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC.
Phone 1 1 Fostoria, Ohio
GEORGE R. CAMERON
Insurance and Bonds
FIRE AUTOMOBILE LIFE
Main and Center Streets Phone 627
Paints - Wallpaper fe Window Shades - Glass - Picture Framing
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO.
ll9 North Main Street - Phone E544
C. E. HARDING
LUNCHES 6. GROCERIES
123 East Center Street
WHITEHOUSE HAMBURGER SHOP
114 East Center Street
For High Quality Food at ct Moderate Price,
TRY YOUR FAVORITE
We Must Please You or Your Money
Will be Cheerfully Refunded
All Stores Individually Owned
COPPUS' CLOVER FARM
FRUTH'S CLOVER FARM
KINKER'S CLOVER FARM
DRAY'S CLOVER FARM
BABB'S CLOVER FARM
RUSSELL'S CLOVER FARM
More People Ride
ON GOODYEAR TIRES
Thon On Any Other Kind
NATIONAL CARBON CO., INC.
ALWAYS THE BEST
CLEANING LI RUG, HAT
PRESSING I FURNITURE
DYEING L rl' wt CLEANING
110-112 West North Street F. A. BISHOP CS SON, Proprietors Phone 1-2-3
THE GEORGE FREESE'S SONS COMPANY
FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER-EGGS
404 S. Union Street Fostoria, Ohio
The Best Key to Anyone's Life is Found in School
THAT CANNOT BE LOST
Should You Wont ox Key to Your House Go to
LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE
Select a Beauty School Recognized
For its Excellent Instructions and
Thoroughly Trained Graduates l
FREDERICK'S BEAUTY ACADEMY l
Public Square Lima, Ohio l
Nationally Recognized A
Let Us Prepare You for Steady Employment and Good Pay
A N N A W E I G E L
Dressmaking, Ladies' Tailoring and
new N. Mein sf, Phone 312-W l
WALTERS' BEAUTY SHOP t
FoStoria'S Most Modern Shop of Beauty Culture l
118 E. 'ruin sueef Phone ss Q
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Electric Au to-Lite Co. t
USE AUTO-LITE l
SPARK PLUGS T
MADE IN FOSTORIA l
ORWIG'S UNION DRUG STORE
"THE REXALL s'roRE"
SAVE WITH SAFETY
A11 Deposits Insured Up to 355,000.00 by on
Agency of the United Stotes Government
THE OHIO SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION
100 N. Main St. Current Interest Rote 32 Emerine Building
NEUHAUSER CHICK HATCHERIES
Producers ot Good-Luck Chicks
FEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIES REMEDIES
116 Eorst North Street
J. B. BASEHORE 8: CO.
COAL AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
"OP" Automatic Coal Burners
REED INSURANCE AGENCY
GENERAL INSURANCE BOND SERVICE
Phones: Res. 1737 Office 64
113 West Center Street Fostoria, Ohio
y WOOLWORTH'S ,
The Oriqinc11 Sc ond 10c Store
Corner Morin ond North Streets
A. 6. P. S T O R E S
GROCERIES AND MEATS FOR QUALITY FOODS
1. MR. SALSBURY
105 South Main
2. MR. N. HATHAWAY
216 South Main
3. MR. HARRY EWLINGER
376 Perry St.
FOSTORIA IRON 6 METAL COMPANY
New and Used Auto Parts and New and Used Tires
New and Used Auto Giass Instailed While You Wait
We Buy A11 Makes ot Cars and All Kinds ot Iunk
Ouaiity Grades of Coai at Reasonable Prices
PHONE 451 MYER SHIFF, Mqr.
CORL'S GOLDEN PHEASANT
NUTS ICE CREAM
SHIFFS AUTO WRECKING
BUYING ALL KINDS OF CARS AND JUNK
427 Rear South Main Street Phone 65
The Substantial Banking Practice of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FOSTORIA
for the past Fifty-Seven years has made it the Outstanding Bank
of the Community
BOOK AND GIFT SHOP
Books, Gifts, and Greetings for All Occasions
ZADA E. VAN HORN - MARGARET H. THOMAS
G U Y T. B E A T T Y
HARDWARE, LUMBER, AND DIMENSION STOCK
Res. 1216 N. Union Mill 208 E. Culbertson
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.
FEI-XSEI.'S WHITE FRONT
Main cmd South St. Fostoria, Ohio l
Compliments of The
num mnmens' snnm s. surrw nss'n A
NO RENT MEANS LOW PRICES
' ARR'S A
ESTABLISHED 49 YEARS AGO
Our Conqrortulotions to
THE CLASS OF 1939
LLOYD BROTHERS' INSURANCE
First Notionotl Bunk Building
ODE N WE LLE R'S
FURNITURE, RUGS, CARPETS
SENECA on. COMPANY
CONINE'S HI-SPEED STATION
Corner County Line ond South Sts. Phone 414
KENNETH CONINE, Mqr.
SHORT'S HI-SPEED STATION
Corner Pop1ctr ornd Tiffin Sis. Phone 462
EVERETT SHORT, Mgr.
STAHL'S HI-SPEED STATION
111 W. South St. Phone 358
GEORGE C. STAHL, Mqr.
GRAY'S HI-SPEED STATION
Corner County Line ond Cu1bertson Sis. Phone 553
CLIFFORD GRAY, Mgr.
THE CITY LOAN AND GUARANTY CO.
Morin and Center St. Eostorior, Ohio
THE OHIO POWER COMPANY
GOOD LUCK, '39
A N D
THE HAYS COFFEE SHOP
S T O R E S
118 W. Tiffin St. Fostoria, Ohio
G. D. SMITH, D.D.S.
I. L. MURPHY, M.D.
Don't Throw Away That Pair of Shoes
WE REBUILD THEM
GEORGE'S SHOE SHOP
109 E. Center
HARRY J. SEEBON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Moving, Packing, Shipping
THE SMOKE HOUSE
Fostorids Recreation Center
Corry o Full Line of Ciqors, Tobocco ond Soil Drinks
B b Shop in Connection L. I. Schild, P
T H E
C O M PA N Y
S. S. KRESGE COMPANY
PASTIME BILLIARD PARLOR
A DRUG STORE SINCE 1888
A Good Place to Stop and Shop
We Appreciate Your Patronage
AND CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 1939
lO5 Perry Street
Special Plate Lunches, Sandwiches for Students and Teachers
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
The Best in Food Try Our Sunday Dinners
Corner of Congratulations
Perry and Elm Class of 1939
Ladies Wear Diamonds, Watches
K E R R E Y ' S
Exclusive but not expensive Charlie Will Charge It
IOHN B. ROGERS PRODUCING CO.
World's Largest Producers of Amateur Theatricals
Pageants, Spectacles and Centennial Celebrations
"DRESS BETTER AND YOU'LL
Vestments for Choir and Pulpit
The C. E. Ward Company
New London, Ohio
GRADUATION CAPS AND GOWNS, BAND
UNIFORMS, GOWNS FOR SCHOOL CHOIRS
AND GLEE CLUBS
Write for FREE Ccrtoloq s
c to 351.00
SERVING FOSTORIA 30 YEARS
F RUTH HARDWARE CO.
THE DRESS SHCP
I..CId19S Dresses for All OCCUSIOHS
Telephone 421 L. L. Lcrvery Prop.
G o o D M E A L s
Cor Sandusky cmd Main Fostoria, Ohio
THE FUSTURIII LUIIIBER 81 SUPPLV C0.
Complete Line of Men's and Boys'
CLOTHES AND FURNISHINGS
ART'S CLOTHES SHOP
124 S. Mum sf.
We Are Proud of Our Fostoria Students
Shats ilonwai H297
EFIST HUBTH FIT POTTER
CLIFF 8: WALT
Our Aim - Your Satisfaction
107 Eost Center Street
A. H. YONKER
26 Yecrrs of Service
108 Eost Center Phone 180
THOIIIFIS D. IIIGLFIUGHLIII
THE 1938-39 FCSTCRIA SCHOOL PROIECTS
Dr. E. C. Belt
B. F. Kissell
Y. M. C. A.
Fostoria Auto Club
G. Hartnett, MD
Daymude's Beauty Shop
Bentz Barber Shop
Mac's Barber Shop
Babcock and Huss
R. C. Guernsey
The Preis Store
Dr. I. N. Kiebel
Dr. Iames Carter
Eaton's Drug Store
Em1a's Beauty Shop
Edward's Dry Cleaning
Hoyt Seed Company
Dr. M. E. Seiple
Timanus Hardware Store
Mattingly Millinery Shop
Buhl Motor Co.
Leona Gross Beauty Shoppe
Esther's Beauty Shop
Art's Norge Appliance Store
Originality is a quality of the imagination. lt is the abil-
ity to take the usual elements of picture and story and
present them to your student body in a new, different
and interesting fashion. Our School Service organization
has long been noted for its true originality in Year Book
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