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

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Luckey, K. Rausch, I. Richard, C. Lusk, SECOND ROW: C. S. Seiple, S. Leuck, M. Fruth, I. Dicken, FIRST ROW: C. Smith, B. Phipps, M. Foster, C. Restemeyer, L. D. Reiss, D. Reeve, P. Dible, S. Mansfield, N, Thompson, R. Gambel. Zumpft, D. Spooner, V. Parsell, L. Graham, S. Bates, V. Carter, B. Clark, P. Baker, S. Porter, R. Seqner. ORCHESTRA THIRD ROW: D. Buchholtz, T. Arwood, S. Hutchins, K. Parsell Kisabeth, I. Porter, R. Burke, T. Link, D. Perrine, I. Gregory I. Snyder. FOURTH ROW: D. Rariqeler, E. Berminqhoff, B. Koester, Mr Downs. lr .. feng f,5S.g, is DANCE Q ,,, BAND S FIRST ROW: D. Buchholtz, B. Clark, N Wells, R. Burke, T. Matz, R. Loe. SECOND ROW: I. Kisabeth, P. Herbert C. Underwood, D. Clark, D. Spooner I. Gregory, D. Basehore, T. Link. PIT AND SALON ORCHESTRA 96 I .I I, FIRST ROW: B. Clark, S. Porter, V. Carter, C. Zumpft, S. Seiple, L. Graham, V. Parsell. SECOND ROW: D. Buchholtz, I. Bise, S. Bates, R. Se-qner, D. Perrine, B. Koester, I. Kisabeth, E. Benninqhofi, I. Snyder. C, Underwood, T. Mm, R. Reinhard, 1. Bise, N. Wells, If 491'-Uwwiisd ALL-SCHOGL PLAY Mrs. Wood. . Elmer Tuttle. Dr. Wood ...... ....... I . B. Warner Effie . . g .... . Milly Lou. . . G. Mervin Roberts ....... Dick Payne Roqer Van Fleck .... Shelby Hutchins ,. ,, Mr. Harris ............. Carl Mosier Shirley Wentworth ...... Pat Bennett Ralph Wentworth ...... Carl Staqqer F Iulie Harris. . Penny Wood ........ Lou Ellen Bauer Chuck Harris ........ Norman Miqht . . ...... Pat Holcomb . . . . . .Dwight Banqeler gpg : ffffff ..... squy serpie fl. W t JUNE MAD .+..,i. fu: -. QC 5 4 i t VRF- .AN-y l x Q t 2 e cAsT --'B ,,., .- V Geneva Willoby -L 3 3, O 'W ,.,,. Q in ,sf x,- .X ja 'S 3 gktff X. 7-f-"5 riff! 589 .. .-'KA v if ai . .4 fri 1' ii if if 443:55 .g W has wrgx'fg1:Qm7,-f ,E , A ' ,Q2s4:,,,+.,.W-,f-f'-5:- wg-1 , L 375 frlfl 4 ,yi fx fi JUNIGR CLASS PLAY SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE Director-Miss Kathleen Fravel f CAST Elijah Quimby ................. Dick Gee Mrs. uirnb ........ Ioretta Snyder Q y ..... William Magee. . . Iohn Bland ........ Mary Norton .... Mrs. Rhodes ..... Peters ............ Myra Thornhill .... Lou Max ........ Jim Carqan ....... Thomas Hayden .... . . liqgs Kennedy .......... Shelby Hutchins ...... . .Paul Nusser . . . . .Delzie Iohnston Patty Dauterrnar1 DonGraft . . . .Eleanor Scott . . . . . .Alan Kiser Dwiqht Hanqeler . . . . .Bob Powell . . . .Carl Staqqer Owner of Baldpate ......... Dick Brenner Cops ............. ki. it 100 IohnHuft Eddie Harrold THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN Director-Gwen Turner CAST Robert Ames .................. Iim Zemer Mrs. Ames ....... ..... N ancy Cameron Margaret Ames. . . ..... Cynthia Payne Alicia Ames ............... Sue Hartman Mr. Crawtord .............. Bob Basinqer EVENING STAR Director-Lucy Ann May CAST Lotta Mitchell .............. Eleanor Scott Ann Alexander ..... .... V irqinia Carter Christopher Bishop .......... Carl Staqqer Tyrone De Vonde .............. Dick Gee Thais Allen ........... Shirley McFadden Viola Walker ..... .... B everly Richards Erik De Mille ................. Bob Powell 5 v T 'L 5.gv, '3? .aw I J TIME FOR EVERYTHING Director-Iim Bob Warner CAST Alexander Hollis ............ Dale Iacoby Faith Hollis ................... Sue Porter George Hollis ..... .... N orman Might Mary Hollis ..... ..... B etty Lou Barton Mr. Mullins ..... ..... I ack Lambriqht Mrs. Mullins .... ..... M arilynn Schmidt Bobinowitz .... ........... B ill Stein O'Toole ......, ...... L aurence Haver Mr. Gates ................... Dick Payne THE LIFE O' THE PARTY Co-Directors-Pat Halcomb, Iohn Pennell CAST Wilbur ............... Gordon Mansfield Betty Lou .... ...... S haron Anderson Connie ........ ....... I oan Dicken Mrs. Maxwell ..... ........ A lice Brown Mr. Maxwell ......,..... Bill Bruqqemanr. Burnadine Smith ....... Nadene Matthews Mary Brown ...... ........ I ane Bender Iudy Martin ..... .... C heryl Firestine Iack .......... ...... D ick Clark Bob ......... .... D uane Stroman Tim Murphy ..,..-...... Dwight Rm-lqeler S Frank ........................ Ioe Porter Mamie ......-.'...-.'... Nancy Haylett 'Cliff ........................ David Carr 4 TTTi1TT IT 'Hi in QS!! s a IIIH 'III W mm lv L, ggg IE W + , f Tir.. MT, N I. l r, N L-A Ak, .. 4155 E ,- lI'Sg1iIIIi I wx fBEiiINUD TTIE S C2 'E TJ E fx if x s 1-' I T'hr:n-max. IVIARTHN Zi! K 4. f ' , ' - . f . , : Q , . 5 , 5 sn t,x,,,,,,, v. .... . . . .r , 5 ' . . - -f. ' ' , sf - ram- X'-:if ., - . ' ' W 1" 13' rs' ""':".259.f51 -1f.:1x:, ' -?2s.aiaS" Q' Q - X - 1, F- 1- 'Q fg. ai 7" . ' 2355: X G 13- H: asef A X ' - , "mv 1 - 2 1 . 4- xg.-'ms u W2 v5.12 ,,,,, ,. . it 've-,'- C X p -f J ,,f-- K , ,gpg ,. , 3, t , .,,,, I J, ..,.. is W, , - ff" Y All -Y ,,. - nr- 1 M ':f.nns-cs.. x Editor .... . . . .Lou Ellen Bauer ii'fQ'Tj1?Q4:tg.ai:f.'-" f"1 1133f."'1. A "":--" ' ig: . M - '.-,,f , . f I A. : ,. S ,... ,Z 'Hug Assistant Editor. . . .Eugene Benninghoff . i' - - ANNUAL STAFF Iunior Editor ............. Dick Brenner 04 Literary Editor ...................... Mary Alyce Iones Business Committee .... .. . .... Lila Mae Fraver Assistant Literary Editor .... .... M arilynn Schmidt Marilyn Snyder Advertising Editor ........... ......... B ob Kroetz Phyliss Blackford Assistant Advertising Editor... .... Carl Mosier Business Adviser... ....... Miss Mack Circulation Editor ......,..... .... P at Smith Circulation Adviser. . . . . .Miss Sponsler Assistant Circulation Editor. . . . . .lim Slosser Literary Adviser. . . . . . .Miss Moore ADVERTISING COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: F. Raymorit, B Hanley, C. Mosier, B. Kroetz D. Payne. SECOND ROW: B. MacDonald, C B R S r M Ar . arnes, . egne, . wood, M. Stainbrook. LITERARY COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: I. B. Warner, G Turner, G. Willoby, M. Iories M. Schmidt, I. I-Iuth. SECOND ROW: S. Bates, I Marietta, M. Buckingham, W Souder, O. Yates. X., CIRCULATION COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: D. Groves, I. Siosser, I. Cotter, P. Smith, P. Holcomb, N. Charles, S. P rt r o e . SECOND ROW: B. MacDonald, R. Banks, L. May, D. Davis, M. Tribby, B, Slayter, M. H tha a way. THIRD ROW: I. Stoudmqer, B. Painter, M. Post, B. Patterson M. Walters, M. Rathburn B Burch. I05 c. 'VV 1 L.: , ,,.:: . , fp ,'4. ., F ,in SV M y PRINCIPAL ,f Y-'J l 1. MR O. K. CALDWELL Findlay College AB. Ohio State M.A. NOTE FROM MR. CALDWELL: Greetings graduates and underclassmen! The Forty niners have been a great class, friendly, resourceful, ' your achievements here be but the and service to EL BUCKINGHAM MISS HAZ Secretary cooperative. May beginning of a Wider field of endeavor mankind. Let the generosity, good Will, and genuine democrcrtic character of your association With us at Fostoria High School always characterize your Wider ' r paths Widen. May success crown World's Work associations as you to right wrongs and to do the your efforts 3 CLASS FIRST ROW: L. Bauer, E. Ibarra, V. Richard, E. Scott, S. Seiple, V. Carter, I Shumaker, K. Willison, P Dauterman. SECOND BOW: O. Yates D. Iohnston, S. Hartman I. Claypool, I. I-Iuth, S Bates, W. Sauder, G. Willo- by, G. Turner. THIRD ROW: M. Fox, I. Hill, I. B. Warner, I. Zemer, D. Brenner, R. Gee, M. Snyder, I. Snyder. 106 .xii JOURNAL 2 .gn s --at gr I., FIRST ROW: E. Ibarra, I. Huth, L. Bauer, M. Snyder, W. Souder, G. Willoby, S. Hartman. SECOND ROW: I. Shu- maker, I. Snyder, D. Iohn- ston, I. Zemer, D. Brenner O. Yates. 'SI as 1 i' 'a' V Vr::BQTbQ1iE?4.OQ1'S . To X 5 'wywg I Qvztskf nt f K 1 i E I 5 1 4 1 1 V n 1 : I l' STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President Carlos Iackson Vice-Presxdent Charles Underwood Secretary Treasurer MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN RED TRIANGLE af, FIRST ROW: V. Schultz, B. Painter, K. Lyons, I. Charles, I. Hill, S. Bates, S. Baker, VS. Hartman, V. Carter. SECOND ROW: S. Purkey, L. Reidlinq, M. Arwood, D. I-Iattendorf, B. Thompson, G. Horner, N. Peyton, M. Buckingham. THIRD ROW: I. Deqan, M. Iones, I. Davison, I. Davis, N. Charles, W. Shultz. Y-TEENS W wig f. " I OFFICERS ADVISERS ii . -1 Sr1Yde" Geneva Kathi 1: FIRST HOW: Pai Sgfleyurlyn Burch L'-19115 eltljfossfxvel' Emesfine Weidemann WiIIobY- U15 mc? Rum Se-qner, Barham ' ' SECOND BO , Wanda Sauder' Gwen Tgaruii, Susan Bates. T WHITE TRIANGLE FIRST ROW: D. Romig, D. Iohn- ston, L. Thompson, M. Post, B. Patterson, L. Bauer, G. Wiiloby, D. Hillier, S. Porter, E. Ibarra, SECOND ROW: V. Kreais, I Snyder, M. Brink, K. Earlie, E Baird, E. Lanninq, R. Davison, P Baker, I. Woodland, D. Fout. THIRD ROW: S. Seiple, M. Tribby, Marietta L Ma I Peters, B. I. , . y, . Dixon, N. Beers, H. Lewis. 108 Hmm ROWI LOU Euan BLUE TRIANGLE FIRST ROW: V. Richards, I. Somers, N. Cameron, P. Bennett G. Turner, I. Huth, P. Smith, P. Holcomb, N. Haylett, H. Mann. SECOND ROW: P. Baker, K. Myers, N. Herbert, M. Yates, N. Bomer, D. Musser, L. Ault, I. Hathaway, D. Davis, B. Molter. THIRD ROW: D. Wallace. L. Yenser, I. Krantz, I. McNutt, N Wells, V. Iones, A. Tsantles, M. Reinhard. GOLD TRIANGLE FIRST ROW: B. Reinhart, D Waltermyer, M. Haynes, P. Dull I. Wagner, E. Dillon, R. Seqner M. Phillips, I. Zeigler, C. Sheets SECOND ROW: I. Stoudinqer, M Stainbrook, M. Snyder, M. Post M. Schmidt, E. Scott, C. Merrit, G Moqart, P. Dauterrnan. THIRD ROW: D. Wyans, D Geyer, V. Parsell, B. MacDonald C. Payne, I. Claypool, M. Fox I. Beach, L. Hale. 'w PURPLE TRIANGLE FIRST ROW: B. Woodley, I. Dickson, L. Page, B. Burch, H. Page, C. Banks, B. Floyd. SECOND ROW: R. Baker, E., Baker, V. Iackson, B. Tate, K. Lewis, I. Wilson, R. Banks. SILVER TRIANGLE FIRST ROW: I. Hill, K. Willison C. Wolfarth, W. Souder, L. Fraver S. McFadden, B. Richards, B Clark, D. Barnett. SECOND ROW: B. Stevenson, I Tannyhill, G. Keele, P. Blackford I. Rouse, N. Banks, S. Clary, M Fruth. THIRD ROW: B. Atha, I. Ash, C Barnes, M. Elsea. HI-Y '55 1 in? .AB '5- . wage SENIOR OFFICERS Adviser .............. Mr. Seikeres President ....... .... B ob Gillett Vice-President .... ..... I im Cotter Sec.-Treas. ...... .... B ob Gillespie Chaplain ........... Norman Might SENIOR UFIAVILII FIRST ROW: E. Benninqhoit, I. Slosser D. Groves, C. Mosier, I. Lambright, B Gillett, Gt Shiflet, D. Buchholtz, D. Payne B. Kroetz, N. Might, L. Iones. SECOND ROW: H. Dieter, D. Lewis, I. Shatzer, N. Woodleyq I. Cotter, D. Iaco- by, I. Warner, I. Emerson, I. Pennell C. Iackson, B. Duntee. THIRD ROW: M. Martin, I. Pierce, R Pastorius, I. Reinhard, F. Iordan, B. Lee, B. Hanley, B. Madden, E. Dauqhtery, G Sheridan, D. Foltz, B. Gillespie. IUNIOR OFFICERS Adviser .......,..... Fred Beachler President ........... Lyn Echelberxy Vice-President ........ Dick Brenner Sec.-Treas ........ ..... D ick Dariner Chaplain ...... .... E ddie Harrold H0 1 57, X. 4. t 112,2- THETA PSI HI-Y FIRST ROW: I. Huff, I. Harris, P. Herbert, E. Harrold, D. Brenner, S. Hutchins, D. Gee. SECOND ROW: I. Earl, D. Gonyer, D. Graft, E. Cooper, D. Beck, R. Haase, C. Hess, I.,Broy1es. THIRD ROW: L. Echelberry, D. Danner, I. Cook, W. Harden, D. Fout. Y 3 ,CI-js, ' OFFICERS President ............. Don Sanders Vice-President ......... Iim Munqer f Secretary ............. Don Perrine Chaplain ......... Dwight Ranqeler TRI-DELTA HI-Y FIRST ROW: I. Burke, B. Basinqer, K. Parsell, I. Zemer, D. Leathers, B. Perry, T. Mills, B. Koester. SECOND ROW: I. Kinshaw, I. Crow, R. Might, R. Shu- -J--3 Ps . H5 I . ,Z I I . OMEGA HI-Y FIRST ROW: D. Sanders, D. Peeler, A. Kiser, D. Perrine, D. Ranqeler, B. Powell, P. Nusser. SECOND ROW: D. Rhude, C. Staqqer, P. Sprow, D, Voqel, M. Moon, T. Link, B. Stearns, I. Munqer. maker, I. Yockey, C. Schmidt, C. Zuelzke, D. Davis. THIRD ROW: G. Flechtner, R. Hutchins, C. Zumpft, G. Schutt. OFFICERS --51,61 Adviser ............. Mr. Van Sant ig: tx q- fi- - President ....... . .. Bob Basinqer Vice-President .... ..... I im Ze-mer Chaplain ..,.... ..... T erry Mills Secretary. . . . . . Charles Zumpft I I Z NEW MEMBERS FIRST ROW: P. Blackford, P. Smith, W. Souder, M. Snyder B Zeiqler, M. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: I. Marietta, M. Buckingham, S. Bates, V. Carter, B. Clark, C. Wolfarth. THIRD ROW: D. Iacoby, D. Ranqeler, B. Zuern, D. Payne, D. Brenner, S. Hutchins, D. Perrine, E. Benninghoff. OI.D MEMBERS FIRST ROW: G. Turner, D. Hillier, L. Bauer, M. Iones. SECOND ROW: I. Warner, Miss Rubel, C. Mosier, L. Fraver. LIBRARY STAFF NATIONAL HONOR FIRST ROW: B. Slayter, V. Parsell, G. Homer, I. Hill, D. Davis, L. Fraver, M. Snyder, L. Reidlinq, K. Willison, I. Zeiqler, C. Sheets. SECOND ROW: K. Myers, N. Herbert, E. Dillon, E. Thompson, D. Fout, P. Blackford, L. May, I. Marietta, N. Peyton, I. Charles, P. Holcomb. THIRD ROW: G. Morqart, I. Tannyhill, E. Searles, I. Woodley, A. Tsantles, C. Wolfarth, I..Shumaker, C. Henry, B. Iordan, M. Parsons, B. Brant FOURTH ROW: D. Groves, B. Basinqer, C Mosier, I. King. 'F W LAMBDA SIGMA FIRST ROW: V. Kreais, I. Hill, I. Davison, C. Decker, N. Wells, V. Schultz, L. Reidling, C. Barnes, D. I-lillier, B. Barton. SECOND ROW: L. Bauer, D. Hattendorf, I. Davis, B. Moller, G. Keefe, P. Blackford, M. Snyder, L. Fraver, M. Buckingham, I. Huth, M. Iones. THIRD Row: s. Mcrqdden, 1. Tqrmyhiii, 1. Marietta, P. Holcomb, OFFICERS P' Smith' I' Peters' D' Davis' S' Bates' W' Souderl Advisers ,..... ............. M iss Bixel, Miss Seible President ......... . ......, Mary Alyce Iones VicefPresideni ..... ......... M ildred Buckingham Secretary-Treasurer. . ...........,..... Iane Marietta Adviser -......, ..,..'. M rv Showkeir Program Chairmen .... .... D iane l-lillier, Lillian Reidling President ................ Iim Bob Warner Vice-President ............. Lucy Ann May OMICRON LAMBDA FIRST ROW: N. Cameron, I. Hill, S. Seiple, I. Snyder, V. Carter, E. Scott, G. Willoby, G. Turner. SECOND ROW: L. May, M. Fruth, P. Dauterman, D. Iohnston, I. Charles, I. Zeigler, I-l. Mann. THIRD ROW: R. May, C. Stagger, D. Hangeler, I. Warner. I n !Q'K""""""""' IQ-25' ' ' O tl I 9 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: V. Iones, M. Etzinqer, I. Rouse, C. Sheets, G. Horner E. Baird, K. Willison, M. Beeson, E. Lanninq, N. Payton, N. Banks. SECOND ROW: P. Bennett, B. Woodley, A. Harris, D. Barnett, S. . JN 0 '1 ,ST .xxx Dominque, P. Williams, I. Voqel, W. Shultz, B. MacDonald, D. Davis, A. Ieakle. T1-HRD ROW: 1. Wagner, E, Resp, P. Dull, D. Wqiiermire, C. Lewis, OFFICERS B. Tate, H. Page, V. Iackson, R. Banks, E. Baker, I. Wilson. ' FOURTH Row: A. Tsqmies, M. Post, 1. Ash, B. Patterson, B. Wolfelt, Adviser ---------------------- M155 Ellis P. Nusser, D. Geyer, N. Charles, B. Painter, V. Thompson. Pfesldem ------- ------ P G1 Nussef Vice-President .... Nancy Charles Secretary ....... ...... M ary Post Treasurer .......... .... B etty Patterson Sports Manager .... .... B arbara Wolfelt FUTURE ARTISTS OF AMERICA l FIRST ROW: Mr. Suter, E. Baird, D. Hillier, B. Richards, A. Harris, M. Fox, S. Baker, OFFICERS N. Charles, A. Brown. SECOND ROW: D. Lewis, B. Powell, I. Huff, R. May, E. Lawton, E. Stevenson, I. Crow, Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mr, Suler I- RiQQS. H4 Lewis- President .... .... B ob Powell THIRD ROW: S. Beers, C. Lanninq, S. Clary, C. Henry, D. Geyer, G. Keefe, P. Bennett, Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,, Alice Harris E. Lanninq, I. Hicks, L. Risser. Treasurer ............ . .. Iack Riggs FOURTH ROW: M. Etzinqer. H. Page, B. Barnes, C. Colwell, M. Greene, N. Adams, I. Prog,-gm Chairman ,,,,, ,,,, D iqng Hillier Bender, I. Twells, D. Stroman, T. Billiard. I 14 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA IRST ROW: I. Hill, E. Dillon, D. avis, W. Souder, M. Snyder, M. mes, G. Turner. ECOND ROW: L. Yenser, M. Buck- iqham, C. Barnes, P. Blackford, L. lay, B. Thompson. HIRD ROW: Miss Eqer, Miss Lim- ird, Mrs. Weidemann, D. Ranqeler, . Foltz, I. Riggs. OFFICERS .dvisers ............. Miss Limbird Miss Eqer Mrs. Weidemann resident ....... Wanda Lou Souder ice-President. .Mildred Buckingham ecretary ......... Phyllis Blackford reasurer .............. Iack Riggs 'rogram Chr. ..... Mary Alyce Iones FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 'IRST ROW: Mrs. Wheeler, M. Wal- ers, L. Iay, M. Huffman, E. Thomp- an, B. Stevenson, E. Searles, N. eers. ECOND ROW: H. Lewis, E. Harris, '. Knierim, N. Bomer, S. Purkey, I. ranz, D. Wallace. HIRD ROW: S. Clary, D. Fout, B. hompson, M. Yates, I. Hathaway, . Ault, P. Williams. OFFICERS idvisei ............. Mrs. Wheeler 'resident ....... . . . Mary Huffman 'ice-President ....... Donna Musser :ecretary ............... Leona Iay freasurer ........ Annabelle Ieakle llrliarnentarian. . .Shirley Dominque K C? 4... Skit FUTURE RETAILERS OF OHIO FIRST ROW: Miss Mack, M. Walters, M. Rathburn, M. Tribby, B. Slayter, B. Painter. SECOND ROW: B. Rinehart, E. Har- ris, V. Knierim, L. Iay, M, Huffman, N. Bomer, D. Lewis. OFFICERS Adviser ................ Miss Mack President ........ ..... D ick Lewis Vice-President ........ Betty Painter Secretary ........... Betty Rinehart Treasurer .......... Vivian Knierim Reporter .............. Neva Bomer 'Social Chairman ..... Mary Huffman BOARD OF EDUCATION l 4142 m 3,-,g5.g, j 3...-il X l. . 5. fx 'rifr I 1 LEIFT TO RIGHT: C. D. Schlcnter, C. D. Houser, H. L. Zemer, R. I. Carter, Floyd Kinnclmcm. CUSTODIANS CLERK TO THE SCHOOL BOARD Mrs. Lillian Heinze K!-1-fx Mr. Switzer, Mr. Hanley, Mr. Harris, Mr. Rcmqeler. CAFETERIA STAFF is .45 +I A A -P ' I ' QQ ' , f 43. . Q 5 f JM 'T ei!-if El' F 491' A . if F ' T b AEA LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Iordan, I. Huff, Mrs. Iones, Mrs. Damon, D. Fout, G. Horner, T. Rinehart, I. Wagner, L. Iones, R. Lee, B. Rinehart CAbsenU, STUDENT NURSES ji W Q fxk?qfw 'MA' NUS -on I Af-I FIRST ROW: G. Keefe, D. Davis, B. MacDonald, G. Willoby, B. Molter. SECOND ROW: B. Burch, N. Charles, M. Arwood, P. Holcomb, I. Marietta. H6 4 We 3 Ne 913 if A - PROJECTION CLUB PDI I F 5 - ,E- . . - "fS:. .:. Fw -W 1 FIRST ROW: F. Bostic, E. Douqhiery, D. Graber, P. Herbert, B. Duffy. SECOND ROW: Mr. Vcm Sant, G. Deckcxrd, D. Brenner, D. Payne, B. Stearns, C. Hess, P. Davis. THIRD ROW: B. Sie-in, G. Kinney, P. Doutermun, C. Schmidt, D. Schultz. TRAFFIC PATROL .milf 4. .,U1 1'll . L I FIRST ROW: C. Slugger, B. Duffy, P. Herbert, I. Dillon, D. Groves. SECOND ROW: D. Vogel, I. Lombriqht, K. Pclrsell, I. Marvin. THIRD ROW: G. Dtxvis, G. Kinney, D. Yoder, Mr. Nixon, D. Bcsehore, I. Kingery. FOURTH ROW: D. Miller, F. Ruymont, I. Emerson, Z. Zuern, R. Hcrsse. II 7 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF '49 As the Seniors of Fostoria High School go out into the big bad world of tomorrow, they leave their most cherished possessions and memories to their successors. We, the class of '49, being of sound mind and of our own free will, do bequeath the following properties and assets to the following persons: I, MARY ALICE ARWOOD, will my long Walk to school to Dorothy Hattendorf. I, ROSE ANN BANKS, will to Cathie Lewis and Barbara Tate my study halls . . . not for loafing, either. I, CAROL BARNES, will my driving ability to Sally Seiple. I, BETTY LOU BARTON, will my ability to argue with Mr. Middleton to Beverly Clark. I, SUSAN BATES, will my plaid glasses to anyone who can't see Mrs. Willard's writing. I, LOU ELLEN BAUER, will my temper, head- aches, general "cussings", and midnight dead- lines for the '50 Annual to Dick Brenner. I, EUGENE BENNINGHOFF, leave all of my girl friends to Bob Koester. I, PHYLLIS BLACKFORD, will my Bookkeep- ing II book to Vera lean Kreais. I, NEVA BOMER, will my big brown eyes to Mary Ann Beeson. I, CHARLES BRANT, leave my anti-social Ways to Eugene Kinney. I, DWIGHT BUCHHOLTZ, will my dancing ability to Dick Danner. I, MILDRED BUCKINGHAM, will all of my knitting needles to Carolyn Wolfarth. I, BARBARA BURCH, do hereby Will to Betty Burch and luanita Wilson all the valuables in my locker. I, NANCY CHARLES, will my quiet ways to Lucille Yenser. I, IIM COTTER, leave all of my girls and loving to Lynn Echelberry. I, EVERETT DAUGHERTY, will my wrestling ability to "gorgeous" George Flechtner. I, DARLENE DAVIS, leave all of my basket- ball ability to Patty Dauterman. I, HOWARD DIETER, leave my center position on the football team to Danny Goshe. I, BOB DUNFEE, leave my bad grades to Dwight Rangeler. I, IIM EMERSON, will my 1935 Ford to Gus Munger, my scooter to Don Stein, and my choir robe to Don Rhude. I, DAVID FITTRO, hereby will to Bill Duffy one carton of used toothpicks. I, DANIEL FOLTZ, will my senior desk to whoever sits there. I, LILA MAE FRAVER, will the title "Sweater Girl" to any junior girl who wants it. I, HAROLD FULLER, will my interest in "piano playing" to lim Murphy. I, DOLORES GEYER, will my unknown knowl- edge of chemistry to Ianet Charles. I, BOB GILLESPIE, leave my truck for hauling to Virginia Carter. I, BOB GILLETT, will my cruel treatment ot girls to lim Cook. I, DONALD GROVES, leave my old car to any unsuspecting person who wants it. I, ROBERT HANLEY, bequeath my brain to Fred Sprow. I, IIM HARDEN, leave my troubles and wor- ries with Mr. Wolfarth to Watson Harden. I, ETTA MAE HARRIS, will all my headaches and heartaches to Marilyn Thompson. I, MILO I-IATHAWAY, leave my height to Iim Howell. I, LAWRENCE I-IAVER, leave my carefree ways to Charles I-Iess. I, DIANE HILLIER, leave my art ability to Marcella Kimble. , I, BOB HOGAN, being of sound mind find it necessary to keep my possessions. I, PAT HOLCOMB, leave my acting ability to Eleanor Scott. I, MARY HUFFMAN, leave my personality to Ruth Davison. I, BOB HULL, will my fishing pole and worms to Eddie Harrold. I, ILA HUNKER, will my A's in bookkeeping to Carl Stagger. I, IOYCE HUTH, will my knitting, needIes,ond yarn to Nadine Wells. I, CARLOS IACKSON, will my athletic ability to any junior boy. I, DALE IACOBY, hereby will all of my typing ability to Delzie Iohnston. I, LEONA IAY, will my natural curly hair to Darlene Fruth. I, ANNABELLE IEAKLE, will my ability to get around to Betty Chamberlain. I, LAWRENCE IONES, will my attentive ways to Bob Powell. I, MARY ALYCE IONES, will my remaining brains, if I have any lett after the annual, to next year's annual staff. I, FRANK IORDAN, leave my cafeteria job to Kenny Parsell. I. IIM KECKLER, leave Iohn Wolfarth to some mean shop boy. I. GLORIA KEEFE, will my shoes to Selma Beers. I, IERRY KNEPPER, bequeath my curly hair to Gary Thompson. I, VIVIAN KNIERIM, bequeath my unfinished work to Ioyce Beach. I. ROBERT KROETZ, will my senior seat to Ralph Mitchell. I, IACK LAMBRIGHT, will my football man- ager's job to lim Yockey. I, ROBERT LEE, will my brains to the densest junior in hope that they will not be too worn out to be of use. I, DICK LEWIS, will my ability to decorate windows to Dick Gee. I, BYRON MADDEN, will mY great drivinq ability to Marge Post. ' , I, BARBARA McDONALD, leave my contin- ued mystery stories to be read by Henrietta Mann. I, ANNABELLE MANECKE, leave my bashful ways to all of the brazen junior girls. I, IANE MARIETTA, bequeath my complete and well-worn chemistry workbook to all iuniors desirous of same. I, MIKE MARTIN, will my wavy hair to Shelby Hutchins. I, LUCY ANN MAY, leave my sc f ial science book to Carol Decker. I, NORMAN MIGHT, will my shy and bashful way with women to lack Kingery. I, TOM MILLER, will my mud flaps to Gib Myers. I, BETTY MOLTER, will my big brown eyes to Io Ann Iackman. I, VICTOR MOON, bequeath my muscular build to my brother, Marion Moon. I, CARL MOSIER, bequeath my knowledge of trig to Paul Herbert. I. DONNA MUSSER, will my blue eyes to Rosemary Dye. I, PAT NUSSER, leave my presidency of G.A.A. to the next year's president-with good luck! I, BETTY PAINTER, will my ability to skip school without getting caught to Anne Tsantles. I, VIRGINIA PARSELL, leave my English text to Io Davis. I, RAY PASTORIUS, will all of my money to the Iunior Class. I, BETTY PATTERSON, will my ability to skip school, without being caught, to Katie Lyons. I, DICK PAYNE, bequeath my slow, careful driving to Edna Ibarra. I, IOHN DAVID PENNELL, leave to the Iunior Class, Mr. Middleton. I, IANETTE PETERS, bequeath my sweet temper and nimble fingers to the next accom- panist of choir. I, IOHN PIERCE, will my perfect attendance record to Dean Groves. I. SUE PORTER, will my ability to carry a tune without the aid of a bucket to Io Ann Shumaker. I, MARY POST, bequeath my ability to skip school, without being caught, to Val Iones. I, ELVA MAY RASP, change my bad luck to good luck to give to ,Ioan Vogel. I, MARILYN RATHBURN, will my dimples to anyone in the Iunior Class who thinks that he could use them. I, FRED RAYMONT, will my roller skates to Hazel Buckingham in order that she may com- plete her errands more quickly around l:'.H.S. I, LILLIAN REIDLING, leave my memories of experiences around IF'.H.S. to some bored under- classman. I, IIM REINHARD, will my left tackle position and also my smelly shoes to Terry Mills. I, MILDRED REINHARD, bequeath my long, blond tresses to lane Davison. I, VIVIAN RICHARD, bequeath my ability to drive a car to Ierry Broyles. I, BETTY RINEHART, leave my cafeteria job to Io Ann Wagner. I, MARILYN SCHMIDT will my physic's book to Tom Link. I, VERNA SCI-IULTZ, will my typing ability to all my third period classmates who try so hard. I, RUTH SEGNER, leave my grey corduroy skirt to Marlene Phillips. I, IOHN SHATZER, will all of my love to Io Davis. I, GLENN SHERIDAN, leave locker No. 445 on the bottom floor to Gene Logcm. I, GORDON SHIFLET, leave my voice to Charles Underwood. I, BETTY SLAYTER, will my height to Doris Barnett, I, IIM SLOSSER, will my beautiful, curly hair to Bob Basinger. I, PAT SMITH, will my freckles to Nadine Wells. I, IEAN SNYDER, will my temper to my brother, Phillip. I, MARILYN SNYDER, will my Y-Teen pin to Paul Gwilym Stearns. I, WANDA LOU SOUDER, will my polka-dot kitchen curtains to Allan Kiser to use with his miraculous ability for whipping things up. I, MARY LOU STAINBROOK, will Shirley McFadden all my best beaus. -I, BILL STEIN, will my seat in study hall to any poor, unsuspecting member of the Iunior Class. , I, IANICE STOUDINGER, will my love for shows on school days to-better not say! I, BILL SWINEHART, will my muscles to any and all anemic eighth graders. I, IANETTE TANNYHILL, will my place on the library staff to Connie Sheets. I, VIRGINIA THOMPSON, leave my deten- tion to Bonna Atha. I, MAXINE TRIBBY, will my quick temper and long recovery to Carolyn Wolfarth. I, GWEN TURNER, will my faithful cheer- leading to Sharon Anderson. I, MARGARET WALTERS, leave my diamond to anyone who wants it. I, IIM BOB WARNER, leave all my memories of me to all of the junior girls. I, GENEVA WILLOBY, will my beautiful fig- ure to Ioretta Snyder. I, BARBARA WOLFELT, will my technique to Pat Hollenbaugh. I, NILES WOODLEY, do hereby bequeath the second seat, fourth row of the big, big study hall to some junior damsel-upon her oath to cherish and adore said seat. I, OGLE YATES, bequeath my mop Iof hair? to the ianitors. I, BETTY IEAN ZEIGLER, will my light blue eyes to someone who needs them badly for a flame. I, BOB ZUERN, will my mechanic ability to Dave Basehore. In WiTI'1GSS Wl'19I9Of, We l'1CIVe hereto S1lbSCfib9d our names and would affix a seal, if we had one, on the 26th day of May in the year 1949. Iben Dead Dunat Last 9 20 NOT FINISHED, JUST BEGUN! SEPTEMBER NOVEMBER 7 -"Hello, all you little 'chillin', glad to see you in school again!" 17-Class elections-"Who could overlook the senior study hall?" 17-It was a kickoff for our first game. Shelby 7, Redmen l3. 20-Assembly introducing our new faculty -more new faces! 24-Let's keep up this winning streak. Marion 6, Bedmen 26! 27-Lambda Sigma's picnic at Roadside Park. OCTOBER 1-Well, we did our best, Little Giants. Fremont l9, Bedrnen 0. 4-Y-Teen picnic at the City Park-"Did you see Casey swing that bat?" 8-First issue of the Red cmd Black Iourncxl. Bedmen scalped Port Clinton l3-0. 13-Whee, an assembly! "The Importance of Being Earnest", a play produced by the Conservatory Players from New York. 1,4-Oh to be a Freshman! The Clair-Tree Maior's production of "Sleeping Beauty." 15-Our pep meeting surely did a whale of good-just look at that score-Tiffin 6, Redrnen 57! 20-"Swing and Sway the Magazine Way" -come on kids and sell some subscrip- tions! 22-I wonder if Defiance will return next year? Defiance 7, Bedmen 3l. 27-Iohn Williams Hughes presented an interesting lecture on India. 29-Teachers' Conference - NO school! Akron loses 6-21. 1.- Assembly, Frederic Sjorbairn, pianist- "Full Moon and Full Arms" loops, his mistakel. 5-Rain, rain, go away, so our Bedmen can come out to play-Cbut it didn'tl. We tie with Bowling Green, 6-6. 9-Our parents take our places at school- my, aren't they lucky? 11-"Pardon me, Sir."-"Good Sam" elec- tion. 12-Iournals out. The Trojans did it again- Findlay l3, Bedrnen 0. -All-School Play, nlune Mad". What a lush, red dress! -"The Gold Diggers' Drag"-the senior class dance. -Thanksgiving vacation. -The beginning of basketball season- lost to Shelby 50-54. DECEMBER 3-Sandusky won't want us over there again-we won 4l-32! 7-Macomber High travels down here and loses 47-35! 6-Had the famed Annual Assembly-and OUBS had a chorus line! 10-Bedmen drop to Columbus West 38-47. 13-Lambda Sigma's Christmas party - plenty of food for everyone! l7-Fremont shouldn't have asked us over- Frernont 30, Bedrnen 44. -Y-Teen's Christmas triangle parties. -Christmas assembly given by the band and choir. Bowling Green wins 50-34. 27-28-Defiance Carnival-Redmen win both QCIITIGS. IANUARY 3-No more loafing! School begins again. 7-Toledo Waite should have stayed home -too bad, better luck next time! 12-Football Banquet at the National Carbon Co. Cafeteria. 12-14-Oh, those dam exams! 14-What a game-Tiffin loses by 30 points! 21-Findlay did it again-Trojans 44, Bed- men 38. 28-Redmen Walk over Fremont 54-29. 31-Senior sledding party-more fun, more bumps! FEBRUARY 4-Bowling Green game, there. Bob Cats Win 45-29. 5-Senior scholastic test at Tiffin. 7-Y-Teen "Dad and Me Banquet". 8-Solo elimination contest. ll-Marion can come anytime-Redmen win 44-35. 12-St. Wendelin drops tilt to Redmen 61-36. 18-Redmen down Tiffin with an easy 66-39. 19-Lima Central, there. Dragons 48, Red- men 40. 24-Iunior class play, "Seven Keys to Bald- pate". 25-Redmen conquer THOSE'Trojans 46-42 WHAT A GAME!! MARCH 2-Upper Sandusky loses to Redmen in tournament 70-37. 4-The Redmen are still going strong-Lima Central 46-41. 5-Tournament at Findlay-Trojans 38, Red- men 35-enough said? 6-Sprinq band concert. ll-Redmen lose chance to go to State- Mansfield 52, Hedmen 45. 16-F.Pt.O. Banquet. Assembly, Mrs. Eliza- beth Shumaker took us on a trip into the deep, blue sea. 18-Get out your golf clubs for it's "The Golf Ball Dance" sponsored by the junior class. The Heidelberg Choir gave us a Very delightful assembly. 20-21-F.B.O. Conference at Columbus. 24-25-"Naughty Marietta" is presented by the F.H.S. choir. 24--Assembly, Mr. Fowler lectured on his World travels. APRIL l-Clowns and animals, gee what a maze, for it's the Y-Teen's "Circus Daze"! 2-District solo, ensemble vocal, and instru- mental contest at Norwalk. 5-One-Act Play Contest. 8-Buckeye Instrumental Festival at Findlay. 9-District band, choir, and glee contest at Bascom. ll-13-The Hi-Y-Y-Teen Easter morning services. 12-"Easter ligg", the G. A. A.'s dance. F.l-l.A.'s county meeting. 13-Hi-Y-Y-Teen Easter assembly. 13-l9-Easter vacation. 22-At last, it's the Hi-Y Sweetheart Banquet. 23-State vocal contest at Otterbein College. 29-Buckeye Vocal Festival at Bowling Green. 30-State instrumental, solo, and ensemble contest at Capital University, Columbus. MAY 2-6-Music Week. 6-Iournals out. 12-Senior class play, "You Can't Take lt With You". l3-Buckeye track meet. 14-The band and choir at Capital Univer- sity for state finals. 20-Senior assembly. District track meet. 22-Baccalaureate. 23-The lunior-Senior Prom. 26-Commencement-farewell F.H.S. 27-School closes. ':f ffi3'EfW5'1 I 1' ' W'-v f , 4' ' 53:23 lv , " VV,- - ' 3 da ..-.N .Qm wmwugw "-T -vane THE :zz AHLENIUS COMPANY The Dependable Store THE OHIO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION for INSURANCE SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS Fostoria, Ohio Compliments from BROWN'S FOOT COMFORT CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR OUR SPECIALTY 113 No. Main St. ART CLOTHES SHOP YOUR FRIENDLY STORE 124 South Main Street Phone 2654 PETERS CLOTHING STORE FOSTORIA'S FINEST MEN'S STORE 201 South Main Street Fostoria, Ohio BISHOP'S SANITARY CLEANING COMPANY CLEANING PRESSING DYEING 118 West North Street L. A. Bishop, Prop. Phone 2515 FOSTORIA LAUNDROMAT WESTINGHOUSE EQUIPPED SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY Quicker - Easier - Cheaper - Better 322 North Main Street Phone 6950 ooMPL1MENrs TO THE CLASS or '49 THE FOSTORIA SERUM COMPANY I. B. BASESHORE AND COMPANY COAL AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES CHI-NAMEL PAINTS "OP" AUTOMATIC COAL BURNERS Number 6667 FLOWERS Fon ALL OCCASIONS SACKETT'S GREENHOUSE 909 N. Main Moy your future be bright cmd prosperous! HILL'S FAIR PRICE STATION Columbus Ave. ot Crocker St. GENE I-IILL ELMER HILL ooMPL1MENTs or A. 6. K. DRIVE-IN ooMPL1MENrs TO THE CLASS or 1949 HYGRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CORPORATION COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL CARBON CO., INC. COMPLIMENTS OE THE EAST NORTH STREET LUIVIBER COMPANY E HUUSEWARS 8 220 S. MAI N ogsgoggse COMPLIMENTS TO TI-IE SENIOR CLASS CHECK YOUR SOLES TODAY GTIIGITI GTI R b ou'H never reach our ool wlth or hole m our sole ay' Rebui d 'em today' Y Y Q Y Don't throw 'em ctw . 1 . JOE BROWN SHOE REPAIR 109 Eost Tiffin Street ibQ6LlfLf5 6LlfLC! jdflftdy N E m 4 ' X Q Best wishes to each member of the Class of 1949 B. P. 0. ELKS THE SENECA LUMBER and MILLWURK CU. COMPLIMENTS OF SENECA WIRE and MANUFACTURING COMPANY FOSTORIA, OHIO FOSTORIA ICE AND COAL COMPANY Ice refrigerator and stokal coal stokers "Where Fostoria buys its coa1"' 410 EAST NORTH STREET PHONE 3686 THE ELECTRIC AUTO-LITE COMPANY Fostoria, Ohio Foundry Division Spark Plug Division Compliments of BERSTED MANUFACTURING COMPANY Compliments of ATLAS CRANKSHAFT INC. FLECI'ITNER'S Tasty brand meats htner Brothers Packing Co I Fostoria, Ohio TI-IE MENNEL MILLING COMPANY Feed G v QD Drop in After the Show Hcrrnburqs Frosted Mcrlteds HI - II N X Fostoria's Ice Cream Center Opposite Fostoria High School MUSIC CENTER "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" Conn-Olds-Ludwig-Slinqerland-Gibson ERNIE DUFFIELD Phone 5437 333 North Main Street TEE NEW CIVIC NIC-NAC Most Modern and Largest Seating Capacity in the City Wishes The Class of "49" Success SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF "49" BENNINGHOFFS RADIO SERVICE 125 East Crocker Street Phone 2522 2 PENNEY'S A national institution Now, more than ever it pays to shop at Penny's tor clothing needs for all the family I. C. PENNY CO., INC. Fosronm. orno MILLER'S REXALL DRUG STORE MORRIS STORE 5c to S1 COMPLHVIENTS OF MOSE LAMFROM CLOTHING COMPANY "DRESS BETTER AND YoU'LL FEEL BETTER" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 WHITNEY DRUG STORE 113 S. Main St. RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS BY A PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST OUR COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '49 T S A N T L E S Your headquarters for nationally advertised Watches S T E V E N S "The diamond store of Fostoria" SCHUMAN'S BARBER SHOP 107 East Center St. CLIFF SCI-IUMAN IIM BUCKNER OUR AIM-YOUR SATISFACTION BEST WISHES CLASS or "49" SHERLIE ANN BAKERY WE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CAKES 124 W. Tiffin si. Phone 5330 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "49" THE SERVICE LAUNDRY CHARLES SOUDER - FRANK KIRIAN I20 W. Center St. Phone 2852 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF "49" From Fostoria's Newest Women's Shop Fostoria's S M I 'I' H ' S 116 East Smart North Shop Apparel Shop Street AIWays the Iatest in Women's, misses', and juniors' Coats- Dresses - Suits - Sportswear - Milhnery - Lingerie - Hosiery Foundations - Accessories. 4 BUCKEYE AUTO PARTS AUTO PARTS AND SUPPLIES Bearings-Fan belts-Mufflers-Piston rings Automobile springs Machine Shop Service 140 E. Tiffin St. Phone 755 TOWN HOUSE Food Center 122 West Center Across from A 6 P HARRY'S GOOD FOOD CARR'S FURNITURE Postoriofs oldest store - Established l89O Fostorio, Ohio Phone 3484 RUGS - STOVES - APPLIANCES - CARPETS YARNS NEEDLEPOINT A R T 6 Y A R N S H O P Mrs. Ohcts. Griffin Room 7 Rosendole Bldg. STAMPED GOODS THREADS CONGRATULATIONS SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Shop at SEARS and SAVE l2O G l22 W. Tiffin Phone 6690 1 THE SMOKE HOUSE Pool Billiards SENIOR HIGH DEANS NOTE FROM MR. CALDWELL: Many a smiling face is evidence of achievement in surmountinq the ob- stacles of background, health, or mis- fortune. None know better than your counsellors the joys and sorrows you have experienced. Qur admiration, and respect qo out to you and will follow you. The measure of inteqrity, self-respect, and confidence you have achieved will continue to enhance your success. We are confident the years will justify our faith in you. NOTE FROM MRS. WEIDEMANN: There must be a certain satisfaction in beinq able to recall your hiqh- school days without regrets, but Time, who is a calloused, cruel fellow, has a way of rebukinq us for hours wasted, and opportunities lost. You, I know, are different, and l have only admiration for your convictions. Con- tinue to be sure of the riqhtness of your actions and you have only suc- cess in store for you. Q.. x I ss- .12 .,v.- Q Q, 4, Ax , Q.: 4 ----:..,,.. 5' Q ' ':A. -::- . . A- ::.q..,:. Prlendly Service For 66 Years :" 'A T H E F I R S T '2'1 A"' -1 ' ' "" A,-, 1I'2 fzi iiff -',- Q::1 T Tiff . of Fosfom 'S i if SAFE i 'Iii' -,,. . S '4" 1iI' 5f,'i ' 3 i -Tj:ij2- f-'- if , f ese i if SOUND f-full -'.-- f 4 Q Member 9 ew esefve Ysfem -.:, H : l H -::,. : : Q -'Sw' A 'H " "'1'::'1 '1-f :: '1 55 3 6 'Q .000 'J 0 2 Us Q? 5 4lg5MBg9 THE DRESS SHOP Hays Hotel Building Ladies' Dresses For A11 Occasions" Best Wishes to the Class C L A R K ' S S H O E of '49 S COPPUS CLOVER FARM STORE 117 N. Mom St. DALE COPPUS, Prop. Phone 6693 FREE DELIVERY Paints-Wallpaper-Window Shcrdes-Glass-Picture Framing PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY 119 S. Main St. Phone 3405 C H A T T E R B O X 100 S. Mom St. CANDIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE LUNCHES ROBERT GEORGE DAN C H A P M A N ' S WATCHES DIAMONDS IEWELRY CAMERAS FOSTORIA'S LEADING IEWELERS COMPLIMENTS OF FRED'S RECREATION 105 S. Morin St. Phone 966 BILL'S ECONOMY STORE "QUALITY AT LOW PRICES" Fostoria, Ohio Compliments of THE COMMERCIAL BANK AND SAVINGS COMPANY FOSTORIA, OHIO "The bank of personal service" Member oi Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. KARRICK REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial and domestic Electric Appliance Repair Phone 4879 Your Fostoria Newspaper REVIEW-TIMES I. N. S. and U. P. Wire Service Hometown news of home folks NEW CENTER RECREATION TEN ALLEYS-ALL MODERN EQUIPMENT Soft Drinks and Candy 159 East South St. I. C. DUNN Phone 806 REED INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE BAND SERVICE Phone office 2251 ll3 W. Center St. Fostoria, Ohio Sporting Goods Athletic Equipment THE SPORTSMANS' SHOP "Everything for the sportsman" 309 S. Main St. Phone 48,50 Eostoria, Ohio "l-lOWlE" ENGLER, Prop. OHIO FARMERS' GRAIN AND SUPPLY ASS'N. FOSTORIA, oH1o Electrical contractor lgicycles P Lighting fixtures upplies, arts Lighting materials F' A' Repairing Appliances l-lobby shop 105 Perry St. Phone 2362 Fostoria, Ohio COMMUNITY SHEET METAL SHOP Fon DEPENDABLE SHEET METAL woEK Furnace installation or repairs Eaves troughs or spouting Residential - Commercial - Industrial Prop., VERGIL P. DAUTERMAN Eversole Blvd., Wood County Phone 4866 THE FOSTORIA PRESSED STEEL CORPORATION FOSTOBIA, OHIO-U. S. A. Designers and manufacturers of Industrial liqhtinq equipment and Infra-red processing equipment CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS YONKER'S INSURANCE YOUR AGENT 118 E. Center St. Phone 2573 THE FOSTORIA IVIONUIVIENT COMPANY Opposite Fountain Cemetery Phone 3872 DAVID 6: ROY Shoe Repair Shop 120 E. Center St. Phone 2388 Compliments of THE DICKEN STUDIO Photographers for the RED AND BLACK Sentors-IuCE1?c?E5iIS1cTJ1hSo1T1CIoiei,IlFreshmen PEGGS WALLPAPER AND PAINT STORE 315 South Main Street Phone 2703 NYE IMPLEMENT CU. INC. Frigidaire Refrigeration Equipment "WHERE TO CALL" SALES AND SERVICE DEALER 149 E. South St. Phone 2366 Our Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of "49" Y. M. C. A. STROMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY Admiral Radio and Television 1 THE COMMERCIAL PRESS Steel Office Furniture Printing Office Supplies 123 East Tiffin Phone 4234 42 PAYNE BROS. . FLORIST We Telegraph Flowers Phone 4324 South Union CONINE 6: CARR Fostoria, Ohio Coal - DISTRIBUTOR - Feed Gold Medal and Pillsbury Flour HAROLD EMERSON GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING 509 College Ave. Fostoria, Ohio GAS Phone 2261 OIL HARROLD FUNERAL HOME Phone 71 l AMBULAN CE SERVICE COMPLIMENTS GILLIG NASH SALES SWIFT 6. COMPANY SOYBEAN MILL Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Kiebel The Preis Store Dr. Iarnes W. Carter Cameron ci Weber Insurance Dr. I. L. Murphy PATRONS New Ohio I-Ioiel Book Oc Gift Shop Dr. Buble Voqel's Music Shop Blose Gulf Service Dr. F. I-I. Pennell Dr. H. L. Perry Mann Funeral Home Rose Barber Shop I4 f- x - ,A ff NJ "' . - n I gq I' 15' 'I ,-,L Zn! J VN, - . - K. VI, .r X' I' 'WK A Q ff M 3419 :'5S lu-fqlh - 'i 'I -' ' 'v ' 1'. ' E '.,. 1 A 5 f, -1t.'-"4 I y - ': 27' 3 QV X 11- 'n"'fW"4 lm-x JW' 'M' -' Wk!! ' X-. ..aM1' -- :WM 'fr 'K ,-...- xxxxs ' - ' " V - - ' fn x xwxmulxytx Wnx x N t lnXXxx. Xxuuxux-Ms WMM:-T xxxxivihxm- munxuuiflllk.. - , , - s - Lxxx. 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V aint: - 5!'f if lr Jr F ,sf x I' di TQ .x ag- awe 1-3 gu- 1 . v VIH. .A -"!.a.'vQ 130 1' 11 Q F ?'5 - ll if I iii rvixls I y vw wvn num, 1 A ,if 1.1 z wir - - " ' ' if A ' "1L' .lifaif F .' 'L 'f4 ' iv, !A' I if .111 . w ' 54.-I if iiffl '1'f5T"?f"'?Q'.i'9A 1 21. f "L' .91 lil . .,, :F ti rib an ugly +....f- -:'2!'!"RflS.FklwlHi'lf'Qi?tiii1gL1fIS2A.-,, I N' x uw' X-9 'S-., l KX Q.: A Mr. Thomas E. Bender. A.B. Miss Madeline Bixel. A.B.. B.S. Mr. R. L. Bohyer. B.S. "Now here's a little story-" "Have you read any good books "Where's that T-square?" Science 8, Guid, 9, Football Coach, lately?" Drafting, Metal Shop, Auto Director of Athletics, Basketball Coach Ljbrqrjqn, Lqmbdq Sigma Mechanics, Shop 8 7-8, Ir. Dean of Boys Tl K 1 Pm, is -... i W 4, Q "' Q W . W, .- Esc 3 A - "fs:y"i - , . 31- Q ni' ' t 1 , 8 . i Sax 3, - '-.. . ,.r.1.v 'lm 'if tg , f EQ' K' X Q X. lx- Lax -- ,WM S- X' F , ' 5, I i . e lif .Vx Mr. David F. Davis. B.S. Mr. Richard S. Downs. B.S., MA. Miss Vera M. Eger, B.S.. M.A "Get your tickets early!" "Keep those lines straight!" "Now what's your excuse?" Math. 7 lnstrumental Music Math. 8, Guidance 7-8, Ir. Dean of Girls , BL, l 1 , K A "" N--f' ' xv Miss Sue Ellis. B.S. Miss Kathleen Fravel. ILB. "Don't call me 'Suzy'!" "Enunciate, clear, enunciate!" Health, Physical Education, Dramatics, English 11, G.A.A. Public Speaking, Y-Teens 'XJ' 'S X Miss Virginia Henry. B.S. Mr. Dale Herbert, B.S. Remember, water is I-LO!" "Hold that line!" Science 7, Math. 8 Industrial Arts, Science B, Football, Basketball 9, Track c..' ,i 1. Q, l Mr. L. Wm. Iones Miss Lucille Kunable. R.N. "Check the engine, boys." "Where does it hurt?" Voc. Machine-Shop, School Nursing Manipulative IAII .fkf " A I Miss lean Limbird, B.S. "When did Columbus discover America?" World History IU, American History 11 'A V ',""1', 21 fi' 1 ...I- f , I I Mrs. Mary Imm, B.S. "Don't burn that water!" Home Economics V? Mr. C. D. LaRue, A.B. "You can sleep here, but don't sriore! American History ll, Senior Civics is Miss Lulu A. Lusi, B.S. "Don't use 'ain't'!" English 7 Miss Mary K. Mack, B.S. Mr. Iames W. Middleton, B.S. Miss Barbara Moore A B MA Count your change carefully!" "O.K., let's get quiet!" "Par1ez-vous francais? Distributive Education, PYRO. Vocal Music, Senior Class Advisor French l-H, Spanish III Iournalisrn Miss Luella Moss. A.B. "Salvette, discipuli!" Latin I-Il, English 9, 12, Y-Teens Mr. Raymond C. Orwiq. B.S. "Keep your balance sheets straight! Bookkeeping l-Il, Shorthand II, Office Practice if 5932? Mr. W. W. Nixon. B.S., M.A. "Are these my star students?" Biology, Math., Civics Miss Lois Rubel. B.S. "Throw your carriage!" Typing I-ll, Shorthand I V :X ' 6 , .Jff Q 'E "Sw" Miss Ieanne Seible. 5.3. Mr. Iames R. Showkolr. B.S. Ml- Albert Seikefes. 3.5-, MA- "Correct your sentences!" "Woman's Home Companion." "WGICh the CGI on the left!" English 8, Lambda Sigma History, Government Econ., Chemistry, Physics, Driving Instructor English, Omicron Lambda, Reserve Basketball, l-li-Y Football, Wrestling r x.. ' I I J 1 .gv 5 if N .X N - - - l Mr- 0- E- Smiillr BS- Miss Ina E. Sponsler. A.B., M.A. "RESET fhfli QGUGYV' "Take a letter, girls." Printing, Wood Working, Home Shorthand I, Law, Business Mechanics. Track Principles, Math. Miss Hazel B. Stubbins, B.S.. MA. Mr. Charles Suter. BJL. B.S., M.A. "How many see this?" "Clean those brushes!" Social Studies 8 Art, Art Club I , 1 !.,, . , 'Q '- 14 f-5 ct-'lfi-ff ZR X fl- E' ?Q 'v Q if ,F M r-' N 4 lk"jf?,: T, 3 ' Y K:-Qfina fig-:K fig ll, 4l""wX X F :Tu -' i?3 .", . - f, I? - ,.','J, 'f"1i,.+L' -. -3 7 7 KO limi JV 5" J .00 1 3 45011 N- -ffiiuuf E 2225.2 4 521135 1 Nsrrs. .Lim ' wwf -- " ' ' .,.....ww+-fr Hf'21'f4HtPul-N- 5wl4'B'- 'Mx Y 4 N X ilu llxmx- N kuxx K s v1.f'f'x"-A L , lm RN 1WkQhpxkmM1iX 4 A K X' W X xxxX9 +L xX QM Lx 'WM N nqffh ' xy . mn R N0 XXX flf XNXXX ' W , mf W, ,H mr, Hfff ww Xxw va xvkxh Il' W L' ' 1114141 my .N u.. I. -.x1lm1VMfl0l W x,,. F- N er. T X - ' rgfgfig M. A ,, . . W, t , -"' f 1 T sf f"'1:ai, A 1 A 4- ' , ':fEI:,5:"1if"' 5:25 T "5 Mr. Lester A. Van Sant. I-LB.. M.A. Mrs. Barevu Wheeler. ILE. Miss Oneita Whiteman. B.S.. M.A "Why c!on't you know your science?" "Don't use pins!" "Spell Mississippi!" Science 9, Football, H1-Y, Home Economics, F.l-l.A. Social Studies 7 Projection Club Mrs. Emestine Wiedemcmn, A.B. "Report in here after school!" English 10, Sr. Dean of Girls, Y-Teens Mrs. Grace M. Willard, A.B., M.A. "Explain Proposition MCLXlV!" Math. 9,12 .2 Mr. Arthur Wilson. B.S. "Well, We CAN win!" Physical Education, Football, Track, Basketball, Hi-Y s 5 l X li , 'ff Mr. Iohn Wolfarth "Get that micrometer finished!" Trade Technoloqy uw X 4Q,,'v. 'C y-..,, 141, "'t5:w' H Z 1 AG f 1 A -4 rs 335 Ss 1 ,N ,: x ., I .. , A X L- Q .P 1' 59 V 1 ix - ' an 1 'sw-I ogg-1 4 '1' 1 . Q Q a Vx I M151 Q. k ..f"f4 1 Q55 f' :QSSQ3 . F' gif ..-,MW is :mm Q.-stu . .f K 'K- N-N! X,. .4 ,X-ff 'B -, fx 'sg .., ,kr if N, Y' x F? -Tl .1 N'N-43135: 9 , fa? l' N . - ,L ma ?'s+ QUA J 1' 'rf 5-it' 6 ' - 'X X K n ,sf 1, P f 1 A -yi ff 1 if' ,5 'W L Nw I Us L, A Y, X55-1 j1 .Vw ... , ,f g L - iii? ...if . - , gl :Zh .,., :pf 2. if F x S 3 v-,,,. .l X Zffm' 1 f' LS- ii:-?' ,,ff3:'- af' f-" .Z',- - x. ..-- i2' fggi.-'Q .., 651-fi' f ' h f - Wfff"f' i' 'QAX 7 .,..,- hhxf- f--iv- ' .5 --f 'i Q- ,.,-xf- T-711' + -,,.,:- :ai-, 'TX i fl F Clif-5 - gig CLASS OF '49 The long-hoped-for da ' h y is ere, the school- days have swiftl y sifted through the h qlas f ' our- s o our lives We ha . ve sat in F.H.S. as students, complet d e our obligations, and closed our books for the last timep we have come to the end. But we are "NOT FINISHED, IUST BEGUNH! We have been in the prelude of a lovely masterpiece, the preface of a great volume, the anteroom of lite: it is now up to us to enter the door of opportunity that stands wide open before us. Let's be sterling silver and a golden success shall unfold us a T unto s a magnificent Talisman Rose. CLASS OFFICERS President .................. Carlos Iackson Vice President. . ..... Norman Might Secretary ...... . . . Mary Alyce Iones Treasurer .... .......Pat Smith THE FORTY-NINERS Dig deeper, O Classmates, You'll find your gold, P . or we re the Forty-niners Known of old. We've climbed many highwa s, Y Trudged through the low: No one can conquer us Thus forward we go. Let's go ever onward, O . ur future awaits: Nothing can stop you, so Dig deeper, Classmates. -Wanda Lou Souder Q X Q9 X' ,,..a-sg I X 1 , if "' x " , ,,, ,J A ff -i - vi , V up - A I as - 'I ' 7' Q 9' f V wx nonsm' ANNE BANKS X , x . . . Ancho . . Has the ce-u-lest X V, ' li-day Seni Quality not quantity. . . ,L X gay' ' E , 1 S'- 'gv 7 V LJ g.. K f 5 in E ff? E E ' E 5 X 1: - -s fs B " li if wr, 5, ' .A 'f '- X if X ., '97 Q5 l 1 P . I 1 X NJ BARTON siockings Why SAN 1, 2 A., it-,..,w fi: Q' , sf Nwf lf: , . 'Newt' , V if 1 ...AI Sr' Q. L? 29,10 t Vi fe W5 , M , . .. t, APEQ we EUGENE BENNINGHOFP p ' "Benny" . . . Me and Harry . . . ty Great Expectations . . . The man you can look up to. X lx - xi , LOU ELLEN BAUER PHYLLIS BLACKFORD "Louie" . . . A "Penny" for your "Phil" . . . Commercialist A plus thoughts . . . The Wonder Girl . . . "It's done this way" . . . . . . Four roses to the editor. Follow the expert. R.-N R Q if ,xl y K Q -9-new ""' . xl N' .R ""' I .l,, I NEVA BOMER MILDRED BUCKINGHAM "Neve" . . . "What can I do ior "Millie" . . . Sleep no more . . . you?" . . . Quiet . . . Orchids to Loves a good time . . . Reminisc- your dreams. ing. DWIGHT BUCHHOLTZ "Pinky" . . . That sm-o-o-th dan- cer . . . Red hair and freckles . . . This is the life. "'!"' VELMA 9 b LEE CHARLES Oh G Nqht g 1 NN X x X "Stinky, Ir.' DAUGHERTY .kll.l...X n.UxU M ut ove -mx M 1 ml MK. l len. E3 1 . , ,.,. .A .R I EZ: 1, Zltlql 1: ROBERT DUNFEE "" ' "Bob" . . . The voice . . . Pie- mg HPVAVQV iiend . . . " 'Gimme' ct chance to Q . show you" . . . So right. HOWARD DIETER IAMES EMERSON "Deet" . . . The "center mam" . . "speed" - - - Mechanic 1Si C1655 "Why worry?" , , , Our pride . . . Whistleboy . . . Always on and ioy. the move. urn., ""'!'1'3"l?"' DAVID FITTRO . . . Sleep, wonderful sleep . . . Mighty midget . . . "Whct's work?" 'Nm- DANIEL FOLTZ "Fuzzy" . . . Handy. Ir .... Life is what we make it. LILA MAE FRAVER "Stretch" . . . Dimples and the smile to go with them . . . Mu- dame President. 'TT'- bq, bi - S15 'kv- 'gf .paw 'H at ' f , ,Jef 36-' l QI. - A . - s . -.U K .-W D1-:Loans Grrym T ' 'i . - ff'Dee" . . . Nice-and new . . . 'N v 'Q' Q' All play and no work . . . Pat- xx I J 5 tem lor happiness. J q I , : g gi I f V 2' V V HAROLD Ftxuzn nonsnr GILLESPIE "Skeets"-and "Pete" Inc. . . "Dewey" . . . Those black. wavy T.N.T .... "What's up. Doc?" locks. Ask me not to serve but lor "Gloria". ra 5' 3. if ga 4' A K N' l l I XA' f i L "9' ' 'N,,,,...' norm: GDI-11. Gm.:-:'r1' 'f -Qt- up "Odell" . .y . Handsome is as handsome does . . . So-o-o nice! fl . DONALD GROVES l f . . 1. Dur rival oi Einstein ' 1 . .-. ., Thefgtomic test tube . . . l I I E I, f Xgy- sf li , 1 I x X X nl ll lim' 'lt lx X X., X as X,,n,, ,...1f-K 4 , 'X--, s LjX 322 ff f f , ., sgre -X?-eye--' Xffi -K' - X Rig 2tfL,,gg2Q,,f-: Y KA., ,-f ROBERT HANLEY "Shorty" . . . Slow and steady . . . The happiest man we ever knew. fill?- KW 'X xu Y! ,Qlkw mu I' 15,l1fflM" KW XX. x QSM mf ll'-AIU xy, ,jf ' f-"xx, "sf"-V , Ts. 'ww' 15. ,. I 'x i . Iv "- 1 qi Ax X N s X... ., e-X1 ' . . 4' 3 fx '- I ' M i z B r:'r'rA MREQHARRIS P ' f- :V "": 1, "fronts" . . .f'Fhird fingenflelt X for handi, . . The best thingsgaome . 'Ex Y Ri is 4 Z . " w X wi V X t x, QQ. - .. . ,. . Q 5:21, , J' E 3 .".. . -. ' n u V. 15 ,-is will .gf , . - 'N X I " N rf gf. X "lr we-:aa 7 JAMES Hmmzu i e "Hin" . . . Add another oneto,-Q the iunl: pile . . . A hard man to see. I I ! 1 i i 1 f i B: 1 , . -4 , NW' e LAURENCE HAVER Larry" . . . I-'lirtatious . . . The punt . . . He has what it takes . . . Big ieet. u in slnall packages. 1 aah f--M'-4 :aiu l .. if vi. DIANE HILLIER "Di" . . . Bell Bottom Trousers . . . Being all that she is and nothing that she is not: -1.5gA! 11: .-- li Y -S V 1 -I :SHA ', ' .sv - ice- ---...-:m.'pl 1 .5-.-'xg' V? .-fggil , Q, , N I gww . .. N N -" g -MIL5L'fIliTHAWAY 5 lfflyfg ffPickle" . '. . Seldom seen or llll.:'f'lx,:: heard . . . The Unpossessed . . . Lives today ior tomorrow. Q ' wwf 9- ,. 1 ,, NP' ' lf' ROBERT HOGAN "Bob" . . . The easy way. every day . . . Wine, women. and wavy hair . . . 52 pickup. ,lirlllii ll JA 'ie ll 11 '5 all ffxH'l1Wl4if WL I X X PATRICIA HUFFMAN Moylhlp I1 kmqd 'yu' ll ryihm Q A T 0 X ff "Hootie" look . . . Head in I 'Q E? OYCE O Q Q' 1 CARLOS IACKSON "Carl" . . . That all star, all-star! . . . Perpetual president . . . Blazer of the trail. Jug ANNABELLE IEAKLE "Annie" . . . Little Lulu . . Sweet as fresh-cut clover . . l'm a changed woman. Q3 fl r ,pp .K H, ,K W .x R Y -+.:' Q- gi , "" 1. i3.':.1'- he , 'fiif i , 1 DALE'fACOBY ' "lake" . . . He used-to he shy! . . . ?'Pardon me. Good Sa:m" . . . Quality you bet on. 1 t ""7Aiv 'E' .gn-....-.. LAWRENCE' IONES "lonesy" . . . Chiei cook and bottle washer , . . Made for each other. Q LEON!-l IAY "lay" . . . "Shall we eat?" . L Bobby pins and wave set . . Beauty is my business. Rh A S- EQ 2 e 1+ .EA MARY ALYCE IONH "Ionesie" . . . If you don't suc- ceed. try. try again . . . Here there, and everywhere. , , , I , N , 5 .Q 4 l ' a 1 1 1 E za ' J , 5 Ju . lr W'v"" A . W R -any -r-N53 Qv --4' .-J IAME KECKLER i "Frenchy" . . . Autos. autos every- where and not a car to drive . . . The carefree youth. QM FRANKLIN Ionmm ,,W ' "Ike" . . . Ambition-to own a W' fleet of trucks . . . U. S. A. wal! ,fl lor me. V . nb U t Xl I .W 2 ' -0 -R fs. .- -. . IEBRY KNEPPER "Knep" . . . I dare do all that may become a mem . . . A basket- ball champiou. VIVIAN L. KNIERIM "Viv" . . . Silence is more elo- W. 5 ' 1 quent than words . . . Everywhere . A 1 . r .-everyday, J l . - r be f 1 hw , E fjgiflgymrigil Ja V 'figg P.---I - - F-' . H 4 4 -f"es i- l GLORIA KEEFE "Keelie" . . . Nurses' caps and thermometers . . . Little but lively. wsewsii , rj , N., rn qvfx . "'-uuvf 23 . 253 ' W ' f 5 gf QVQ. ROBERT KROFIZ "Bob" . . . Always has an an- swer . . . Soda fountain-jerk? . . . Coming my way. .V , 4.11. FY , ffm lb 'eb fn LEE Nur IACK . . . A gr ee for cz m U SW cx king. LEWIS good years . . E ery r,f-wax TQ I lile. 'lZ"!xr JACK after fv- 'Ffh '-x , x. . .ii ilk E , vi Q L, ."' J' ' 'QI - - - ' """" A A: ' , ANNABELLE Mmzzcxz A' ' f "Annie" . . . Silence is gold . . . .u H, "Call me anytime" . . . The world "' at your feet. Q A a BYRON MADDEN IANE LOUISE MARIETTA "Buck" . . . A-way with women "lunie" . . . White uniforms and . . . The strong. silent type . . . ether . . . Wonderfully good . . . Let the whole world slide. Rise cmd shine. - 1 MICHAEL MARTIN "Al" . . . Art is his line . . . You ccm't beat 'know-how' nohow! . . . Man of Distinction. LUCY ANN MAY "Annie" . . . Footliqhts and roses . . . Delightfully festive . . . She's ex honey. , 4.35, 'rX S-ni fr' 1 xx 7.2: N ,ge X. xiii" , NORMAN MIGHT "Mighty Mite" . . . "Big classes are my downfall" . . . On the beam . . . When the right one comes along. Ali BETTY MOLTER "Honey-bear" . . . Sweet dreams . . . As patient as the midnight sleep. H I HTHOMAS MILLE1? CARL MQSIER lllhlff! - -i - SPESCII IS Qffflff "Mase" . . . The future belongs bill 511231139 15 qfedfel' - - - I-1911! to those who prepare for it . . . ot my hte . . . "One burger com- Technical mastery. ing up." , 'EQ .5 X - if- fiber "'4 A 'XJ ., AQQQ EA i, Q' it : 35 ! 4' . . 5:'2,tf . 'l DONNA MUSSER "Donnie" . . . One step ahead ...Akeepsake...Ithadto be you. PATRICIA NUSSER "Pat" . . . Very active and attrac- tive . . . Dependable champion. BETTY DEE PAINTEH ountry gal who gets around Future Stanley Brush woman For Keeps. 9-P' 'vs -,,.. if-r 'Q' RAYMOND PASTORIUS "Pasty" . . . 6' 4" . . . Quit swooning gals . . . Beautiful lsiqhll brown eyes. Q sf' ' L o VIRGINIA PARSELL BETTY IEAN PATTERSON "Ginny" . . . What a smile! . . . "Betts" . . . "Can't now-I'm Little and lively . . . It takes an busy" . . . To the point . . . The angel. Touch of Tomorrow. its ' A ,. 2 . at 5? V 1 RICHARD PAYNE "Dick" . . . He and that puddle- iumper . . . The orchid grower . . . Poison-ality. 'Y IOHN D. PENNELL "I, D." . . . Did you ever see him drive? . . . The Happy-Go-Lucky Guy. 12:-.I .F 4-lf y g .ve ,. nw Y i y, IANETTE PETERS "Pete" . . . A kitten on the keys . . . Golden throat . . . Heaven can wait. N K lk g O 4 1 . fu .aw-""' IOHN res! s my udull mo . . Weakness this woman . . Boy-oloqy! X fe . .,,,, W q KJV X 5 ef I If SW X H 2 FRED Iusl io be "I like work. but K siop me. 4 5 fl N K lxysl KMA lk X u slave of me" MAI BURN cmd he merry! nned.. H are the ways . . Sweet talk but not forever. X -4-X ! 1 , LILLIAN REIDLING "Lil" . . . Music-her ambition. maybe . . . "Sure, I'm a preach- er's daughter" . . . I can see it all now. Si-as VIVIAN CAROLE RICHARD "Vicky" . . . Loves to write let- ters . . . Typing terror . . . "Miss F.H.S." , pai IAMES REINHARD "lim" . . . that 'outdoor look' . . . One in a million . . . He is one reason we have a good football team. BETTY LOU RINEHART A thought tor the future . Glow ot health . . . Typical te aqer. eh- A ,X .1 v: , .96 1 fx.. -- , , Q MILDRED REINHARD "Migqie" . . . Delightfully diflor- ent . . . Carefree beauty . . . Modest as morning. z.,.,., , MARILYN? I0 SCHMIDT "Schmitty" . . . Choir gal . . . Nice to know wherever she goes . . . Good student. 14 - Q ...A ---W s t VERNA SCHULTZ "Mickey" . . . Very Dependable . . . Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. I : 1 K "Off q 1, RUTH A. SEGNER 1 "Rosilie" . . . The cutest squeak in the orchestra . . . College. here Ircome . . . Really terrific. IOHN SHATZER Q , "Shatz" . . . "I know a lot, but iust can't think oi it" . . . The .I master stroke lin artl! 1 3 1 T a T 1' , . ' r T: -,,.4 fda 'W X QV? 4 . A f F f I ' s f .I 2 T GORDON SHIFLEI' ' IAMES SLOSSEB "Silky" . . . The senior's Frank I W, ' "Sloss" . . . Testing: one, two. Sinatra . . . Hair of red, eyes of " :II three . . . The thinker . . . Noah blue . . . Watch that lad. lf iff Webster II. , 36 5 5' ' ' " N I . f hw Q , BETTY IEAN SLAYTER 1 She is here. I heard her giggle ' . . . "Heaven knows!" . . . Isn't ' u liie wonderlul? I il I I I I :5 , I, I 5 ia or ' I I Q ul H I l ., I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I 'if t ""'9 fd 4 Ir! IEAN LOREE SNYDER li. - . "lean" . . . Life is what you make , ,. as it . . . Still water runs deep. ,ably ,J ' ,.,.. , PATRICIA SMITH MARILYN SNYDER "Smitty" . . . Can really dust a "Lyn" . . . A loyal "P.C." Ian . . . star with those mellow notes . . . Oh! for the "outdoor life" . . People ARE funny! All ways smart. AK' , -an ns- I N 5' 11217 l A I fy' lx ' X 0 R A sr at I X I ' Q l ll'.f'7' ' ' ' ' 1 i ' ..,- 3 'xl - QS 5, ...., s ..... . 1 2, . 7 WANDA LOU SOUDER WILLIAM STEIN "Windy" . . . Putt--sonality! . . . "Bi1I" . . . Wine, women, and The Lux girl . . . "Sure. come on song . . . willing to work . . . The down!" . . . Likes to lew. Gray Printing Company's best man. lNight Shift Supt.l MARY LOU STAINBROOK "Fuzzy" . . . Finders keepers . . . Young and Iun. and so-o-o be- guiling . . . "Nuts!" I l t k 31 llllll lslltl ' A-V' . 1' ii ' : ' .s wwf' 3 E . 'Amex .a , ' X.. -A .W IANICE MARIE STOUDINGER "Stout" . . . "I put all my troubles in a pocket with holes in it" . . . There she goes again! 'Cx K, 'Q' :sw i . Ji VIRGINIA BARBARA THOMPSON "Ginny" . . . Frame your dreams . . . My dear, Watson . . . Fair. favorable. fit. and iriendly. . I 'A -N ,pai I is 'Vg :- WILLIAM SWINEHART "Willie" . . . Sleep-sleep--sleep . . . ."What will I do?" . . . This is the Army. ws, .sf w tl Mg. WJ: , QQ., . A z , Nik 1 iw?" , t, ., by , MAXINE LEOTA TRIBBY "Max" . . . I-'eathery curls . . . Virtuous lady . . . Buttons and bows. tg 1 'Nb-2 IEANNETTE TANNYHILL "Ginny" . . . By the work one knows the Workman . . . Very reliable . . . In the know. I' 'ali GWEN ANNE TURNER "Gwennie" . . . But beautiful . . . Daddy's other best girl . . . Lots of fun. A i QD IAMES ROBERT WARNER HG "I. B." . . . The wit . . . Star oi the future . . . Valley ol incision. , ' . . - 1-LX. - - - f MARGARET EVELYN WALTERS GENEVA WILLOBY "Brownie" . . . "Where's my "Willy" . . . Bon Voyage . . . male?" . . . The little girl who "How about dancing on your isn't there. own leet lor awhile?" BARBARA WOLFEl.T "Barb" . . . Sportsmanship plus Aspires to be a good house- wife. YW Q1 A X 2.5 .X '- on Q "Xi 031' U" 'A "x1.'f. 1i".,I.'7 i. 1-1 4-f-14-15,5-f ,.1 .5-9-.5 V5 f ' A: f sq ' x ., ....1i..,, .. . ww" NILES WOODLEY "Nails" . . . The guy with the grin that gets you . . . Such wonderful manners. OGLE C. YATES "Yog" . . . Always late but with a good t???l excuse . . . Little Minister. ' 39 :1 Q an A -. .. S4 BETTY IEAN ZEIGLER "Shorty" . . . Those talkative eyes . . . These girls and their out-ol- town fellows . . . Likes to go places. .ALBERT WOODMANCY IN MEMORIAM We cannot see you. Albert. but you are still here, for your mem- ory is carried in the mind oi every senior who has graduated. Throughout the year you were with us-in our classes, in the halls. at junior-senior assembly: and the night we graduated you were with us. silently and slowly keeping step. And now we place you among us. to remain lorever -a final tribute to a missing member of the class ot 1949. if 'A ROBERT ZUERN "Bob" . . . The A-1 Mechanic . . . Slow and steady . . . A streak of adventure. SENIOR PERSONALITIES Most Likely to Succeed. .Mary Alyce lones, Carl Mosier All-Around Student .... . . .Lila Mae Fraver, Iirn Cotter Best Looking ....... ..... G wen Turner, Bob Gillett Personality Plus ....... . . .Wanda Souder, Dick Payne Best Actor and Actress ...... Pat l-lolcornb, I. B. Warner Best Dancer ........ Geneva Willoby, Dwight Buchholtz Most Musical. . . ..... lanet Peters, Gene Benninghott Biggest Flirt. . . . . .Buth Segner, lack Mcliendrick Prettiest Eyes. . . .... Betty Zeigler, Ray Pastorius Prettiest Hair ..... ..... S ue Porter, Bob Gillespie Pepsodent Smile ......... Ginny Parsell, Niles Woodley Best Figure-Best Build ..... Vivian Richard, Victor Moon Neatest Dresser ....... ....... S ue Bates, Iohn Pennell Most Athletic ..... . . .Pat Nusser, Carlos Iackson Most Bashtul. . . . . .Elva Rasp, Milo Hathaway 2139 wiv max: ngrr T1-te1'RQZs" Boosfiaw cient. Q? THE Guess ' 'P CBCTCLPUS 'Ne Besw venus OF outa LNES , ,,-- .5 " sf,-p I? 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Mary Y-Teens, l,2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 4 G.A.A. l Freshmen Players l Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Student Nurse 4 Annual Staff 4 Banks, Rose Ann Y-Teens 2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3.4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3 Barnes, Carol Y-Teens 2,3,4 SENIOR ACTIVITIES Salon Orchestra 4 Brass Sextet 2,3 Senior Exec. Com. 4 Annual Staff 4 National Honor 4 Blackiord. Phyllis Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 2,3,4 F.T.A. 4 Freshman Players 1 Library Staff 4 Student Nurse 3 Annual Staff 4 National Honor 4 Bomer, Neva Y-Teens l,2,3,4 Daugherty, Everett Hi-Y 2,3,4 Chorus 2,3 Glee 3 Projection Club 3,4 Wrestling 4 Ir. Mechanics 1 Davis. Darlene Y-Teens 2,3,4 F.T.A. 4 Lambda Sigma 4 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Class Play 3 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3 Library Staff 4 Student Nurse 4 Lambda Sigma 3.4 F.1-LA. 2.3,4 Girls' Basketball 3,4 , F-T-A 4 F-H-Q 4 Mixed Volleyball 3,4 Freshman Players 1 Chorus Z,3,4 Annual Staff 4 :St Cl l,2,3,4 Glee 2,3 Salesmanship 4 Dieter. Howard ii. Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 S Brant. Charles X Class ploy 4 Hi-Y l,2,3 ,T-.3 fgl -V S Chorus 2 1 -Y A TVQ. 1 --' Q. f' StQent Council l,2,3 L 1 - s . T - , ' Z Xi so 1.2.3 l fi 1 4- "" fe 4 Q L com. 4 - l , l . an I- Ll 'Q 4'. ...iW25TEE'f 3.4 we-if - ' N- " PHS?" 4 ? r-wash F 2 ef-emits?-sw '-' QF-tfmgh - 1, S V-'R' 4- Fx Ml Xl, NM, Lib me--Smzm -1 -4 X 215 ' x "A W 3 - - , Robedvllhut Girls, ..,-1 i - 1 - - : , QAPW 1, X X. Q, , --I . Q :Wea - .11 T- 3 llc- '- , X C' l 1 ' Annual sm - , E Ann U h 5 E , ' Bases, susan E i E ' E 45: A E Gi It , Y-Teens 2,3,4 Tri. Lea Liiuckin 1 " 1 " "'1- Qu ' 0563, I4 Lambda sigma 3,4 -3 , E Y-Te : 2'Ei"f? , 'rf , - y 3 BQQ 1 , 4 Omicron Lambda 2 ii ,' E Lam ' Sig? ' " " -' ' - 1 E ' l Freshman Players 1 '21-Q E RT- ' fl Vfpis' I 1- 1 I ein, I' chan 3,4 ig 5 ETS -- f1514P1werS -' V 1 IE 1,2, 5' Chorus 3,4 gg - ' I - S , t 2 Qui: 2, ' 1 glee 4 'El A if E 5 I Qrus ., I 4 peretta 3,4 -I V f 1 , - lee 2, . Band 1M fs ct 1,2,3,4 efefffl 1134 1 , 2' per ' .3,4 Pep Band 1,3,4 ' 'mud Staff -' Thur- anics 1 orchestra 1,z,3,4 National Hombre- f Tr fic Patrol 2,s,4 P' 'L - , - Sg13lrcg1?5:2:uLzi 4 Burch. Bmbma f,fi. Q' Fittro, David Flute Quartet 2 3 4 Y-Teens l,2,3,4 Tri. Lead 1, - 3 1-11.Y 1,4 An Z ' ' gilA:-A-5 21.3.4 X' 1151013191 lair,-3155 illub 1 Annual 4 Ou' 1 TOIGCIIOH National Honor 4 Cline-u53z43'4 Basketball 2 Bauer. Lou Ellen OPSFSUCI 3,4 F"IfQfjYDQ"Q'g'4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Tri. Leader All 112,314 Chorug i ' Lambda Sigma 2,3.4 National Honor 3,4 Scriveners 3 Freshman Players l One-Act Play 1,3 Class Play 4 All-School Play 4 Choir 1,4 Chorus 3,4 Glee 3,4 Operetta 1,4 Class Officer 1,3 Senior Exec. Com. 4 Iournal Staff 3,4 Cheerleader l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Editor Benninghotf. Eugene Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Sec.-Treas. cuss Play 3.4 Choir 1,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee Z,3,4 Operetta 1,4 Band lM G Cl l,2,3,4 Pep Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Pres. Pit Orchestra 2,3,4 Student Nurse 4 Charles, Nancy Y-Teens l,2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 V.-Pres. Freshman Players 1 Class Play 3 Art 1,2,4 Student Nurse 4 Mixed Volley Ball l Annual Staff 4 Cotter, Iames Hi-Y l,2,3,4 One-Act Play l Class Play 4 All-School Play 2,3 Choir l,2,3 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,Z,3 Projection Club 2,3 Track 2,3,4 Irf Mechanics 1 Football l,2,3,4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Bowling l Annual Staff 4 Fraver. Lila Mae Y-Teens Z,3,4 Pres. Lambda Sigma 3,4 National Honor 3,4 Sec Trecrs Freshman Players 1 One-Act Play 3 Class Play 3 Chorus 2,3,4 Library Staff 4 Student Nurse 2,3 Red Cross Club l Accounting Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Fuller, Harold F.F.A. 2 Choir 1,2 Class Officer 2 Track 1,2 Vocational Z Bascom, Ohio 1,2 Geyer. Dolores Y-Teens 4 G.A.A. 2,3.4 Art 4 Waite High l,2,3 Q 52 25 rv Qi gl 'S n 0 in mai 5 IQ! gg 'diana' 1 .a ,. 5 fe. sf: '- 52 6'-'Q S02 ff Y 'N 4 ' 43 7 9 Jin" 4' I Y I Q 4 val" ,Qv a a bv" ' 35 Q", Nb 4' N 4 1 l 1 41' Q 5 , 1' '-I 1 4 46 5 5 a 5 S R ' - .I G. ,QA I f o""W 3 E fl gli M if 5 A: E E ' me is ia ' A fi swf: .f ki IQ", 'O 'QQ tml' w A al Q 'f ' ,AO 9 0 0 I: OA my 'qu,v at 1 Q. N Q I :ff v A up go? ,R : . ' - . I 1 , I I I x , ., 1' f" x , X . -J, ,f' xx X x -Qxxf xxx x ! XY xxx 1 X x-- x lfxixx l f Xt' X x! l W I K, !l If I Gillespie, Robert Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Sec.-Treas. Chorus 2 Student Council 1,2 Class Officer l,2,3 Ir. Mechanics 1 Football l,2,3,4 Gillett, Robert Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Pres. Student Council 1,2 Class Officer 1,2 Football l,2,3 Basketball 1,2 Groves. Donald Hi-Y 2,3,4 Class Play 4 Library Staff 4 Model Airplane Club l Track 4' Annual Staff 4 Huffman, Mary F.H.A. 2,3,4 Pres. I-'.R.O. 4 Soc. Ch. G.A.A. 2,3,4 Library Staff 4 Salesmanship 4 Hull. Bob Hi-Y l Wrestling 4 Mgr. Hunker. lla Y-Teens 2,3,4 Freshman Players 1 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Huth. Ioyce Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 4 Class Officer 1,3 ,4 Senior Exec. Corn. 4 Red Cross Club 1 War Stamp Salesman - Annual Staff 4 Iordan, Franklin Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Cafeteria Staff 4 Ir. Mechanics l Keckler. lim Hi-Y l,2,3 Wrestling 4 Keeie. Gloria Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 3,4 F.A.A. 4 Art l,2,3,4 Student Nurse 4 Knepper. Ierry HUD1 Scriveners 3 Icgliggarlizisfallll Hi-Y -- Freshman Players 1 N A Chorus 'Z'3'4 Choir Class Play 3 -f Q - , Glee 2 SL Choi' Choir 4 T4 ,L-f1,. Y f - A 3 A glee E-1 ' ' Us -it 3 ""' 0- -45.315 -...'i Pefetff i -- 1 T P Ir. Mechamcsl if 'S'- -1-ei , -- T'7:'f'Q i S A Q iidi s,w-ohne -. L ii. ,4:v..:l- .6 . 1 mm- A --if .. 1453. 4- QEQQFQQW X Jia, Wiikit., Hmden' , ' ' -.4.. - Wt. . 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Chou 112134 Class Play 3.4 F.R.o. 4 scrapbook ch. g1f0f'1532ff4 Chf-VYUS 4 Salesmanship 4 Gee ' ' Glee 4 peretta l,2,3,4 Basketball l,2,3 Football 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Hillier, Diane Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 2,3,4 Prog. Ch. F.A.A. 4 Prog. Ch. National Honor 3,4 Pres. Freshman Players 1 Pres. Choir 1 Art l,2,3,4 Class Officer 2 Annual Staff 4 Hogan. Bob Hi-Y l,2,3 Holcomb. Pat Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 4 Freshman Players 1 One4Act Play 4 Co-Director Class Play 3,4 All-School Play 4 Debate 3 Library Staff 4 Student Nurse 4 Annual Staff 4 Ieakle. Annabelle Y-Teens 1,2 F.H.A. l,2,3,4 Treas. G.A.A. 3,4 All-School Play 1,2 Operetta 1 Art 1 Library Staff 4 Cafeteria Staff 1,2 Girls' Sports 1,2 Annual Staff 4 Amsden, Ohio 1,2 Iones. Lawrence Hi-Y 3 Chorus 4 Glee 4 Cafeteria Staff l,2,3,4 Ir. Mechanics 1 Iones. Mary Alyce Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 2,3,4 Pres. F.T.A. Prog. Ch. National Honor 3,4 Freshman Players 1 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Student Council 4 Boys' Octet 3 Football Mgr. 2,3,4 Track 3 Lee. Robert Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Cafeteria Staff 2,3,4 Lewis. Dick Hi-Y 2,3,4 F.R.O. 4 Art l,2,3,4 Salesmanship 4 Boys' Sports 1 MacDonald. Barbara Y-Teens 2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Freshman Players 1 Band CM G Cl 1,2 Art 4 Student Nurse 4 Annual Staff 4 Madden. Byron Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Manecke. Annabelle Y-Teens 1.2.3 F.H.A. 2,3,4 Marietta. Iane Y-Teens l,2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 3,4 Sec.-Treas. Freshman Players l Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Library Staff 1,2,4 Student Nurse 3,4 Red Cross Club 1 Annual Staff 4 National Honor 4 Martin. Michael F.T.A. 4 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Pres. Class Play 3 Mixed Volley Ball 1,2 Capt. Girls' Basketball l,2,3,4 Bowling 1 Painter, Betty Y-Teens 2,3,4 F.R.O. 4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 Freshman Players 1 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Salesmanship 4 Annual Staff 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Pit Orchestra 2,3,4 Salon Orchestra 3,4 Flute Quartet 2,3,4 Girls' Trio 4 Class Officer l Annual Staff 4 Post. Mary Y-Teens 2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 R Freshman Players l Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Ioumal Staff 3,4 Cheerleader l Annual Staff 4 asp. Elva Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Parsell, Virginia G.A.A. l,2,3,4 F.A.A. 4 Y-Teens l,2,3,4 R hh - Ari 1,2,3,4 chorus 3.4 GQQRUEWQ M"'1"' Student Council 1 OFCTISSTYCI 4 G-A-A. 2,3,4 I f 1.3 Orcheslrc 2 Freshman Players l Bas i 1 rary Staif 4 Chorus 112,314 E - Pastorius. Ray Glee 2.3.4 g Hi.Y 2,3,4 nr- A1 Salesmanship 4 An, L 5 X 3 Bcrsketb .3 j'1 Annual Staff 4 - ' 3' -.E .,.,.-5 1" r I . , I Nhlll-'-'f'1E.""5" - .1 ' C' -zz rn N -'ew ---- --.....+,,,' Of- "ii ' NL K 5 x QE: C , Cl "wr-.--4 X , . MM., i r-L 3 x 1 ' .A ' ' . F' T' FX Nmttxlgx Chor -4 -,agggsgas fl' ' Nut X ? "th 'Vw oje ' n eiee 3,4 C ,lg , gl., . AN X' I9 4. - -. ei wa Library Stafi 4 h0ruS Zi-,Q-ltr" tl, ' uv x - ' l 'I H..-.. Annual Staff 4 'Si ,' glee 2' . 3 ' ll. . , fl un"5im Q t Musser. Donna m. g E-ibmw f if 64.1 A l -TeQ2,3 l i Y-Teens 1.2.3 E , -Sed '.f in I . aml3lrSi J 3,4 Proq F.H.A. 2,3,4 V.-Pres. - Q nnu ' ' ' l H- E n I ' IQSEII 'I 3 ers l P.R.o. 4 .E ' Pine. ni f r Q 2, f 1 hoLgz,3,4 Chorus 2,3 E gli!! 2, -, 4 I L 4 ho1i2,3, I Sfrlesmvnship 4 T'-.E EFresh .f Players 1 E A , , 1 leg,3,4 , May Lucy Ann 'el - , One- lay 3,4 , I 5 " :ii 1, Q-. ' 'ig r , . - e . , , . ,Lx 1 23355551 34 V - - 03531 4 53 .4 -i s my 4 F.T.A. 4 ' ms 3 T One - .- Student Council , 5- .- greshman Players l' Class Officer 3 X-- ' 4 I Hilf ,3,4 ne-Act Play 1,4 Director Projection Club c Choir 2 31:13 3375.2 wal 4 4 3 STSSUEZ chorus 2,31 4 ationa onor Operetm 2 Glee 2,3,4 Pennell. Iolm Basketball Mgr. 3 Operetta l,2,3,4 Library Staff 4 Cafeteria Staif 3 Red Cross Club l Might. Norman Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Chaplain All-School Play 4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Band fM G Cl l,2,3,4 Class Olficer 1,4 Miller. Tom Hi-Y 1,2,3 Model Airplane Club l Molter. Betty Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 4 G.A.A. l Choir 3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta 3,4 Student Nurse 4 Moon. Victor Wrestling 4 Boys' Sports 1 Nusser. Pat Y-Teens 2 l-li-Y 2,3.4 Ornicron Lambda 4 One-Act Play 4 CdDirector Boys' Sports 1 Football l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 3,4 Choir 4 Chorus 4 Glee 4 Operetta 4 Peters. Ianette Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 3,4 Freshman Players l Choir 2,3,4 Accom. Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Student Nurse 3 Pierce. Iolm Hi-Y 2,3,4 Ir. Mechanics l Porter. Sue Y-Teens 2,3,4 Freshman Players l One-Act Play 4 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Band KM :S Cl l,2,3,4 Pep Band l,2,3,4 Reinhard. Mildred Y-Teens l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Richard. Vivian Y-Teens l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Iournal Staff 3,4 Rinehart. Betty Lou Y-Teens 4 F.R.O. 4 Chorus 3 Glee 3 Cafeteria Staff 3.4 Salesmanship 4 Schmidt, Marilynn Y-Teens 2,3,4 Freshman Players l One-Act Play 4 Class Play 3 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 National Honor 4 Schultz, Verna Y'Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 4 F.T.A. 4 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Music Club l Seqner, Ruth Y-Teens 2,3,4 Tri. Leader Freshman Players l Choir l Operetta l Band KM 6. Cl l,2,3,4 Pres. Pep Band 2,3 Orchestra 2,3,4 Pit Orchestra 2,3 Salon Orchestra 2,3,4 Clarinet Quartet 2 Student Nurse 3 Debate 3 Student Council 4 Treas. Class Officer 4 Senior Exec. Com. 4 Annual Staff 4 National Honor 4 Snyder. Iean Y-Teens 2,3 G.A.A. 1 Choir l Band KM G. Cl l,2,3,4 Libr. Pep Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Libr. Pit Orchestra 4 Salon Orchestra 4 Brass Sextet 3,4 Snyder. Marilyn Y-Teens 2,3,4 Sec. Lambda Sigma 3,4 F.T.A. 4 Freshman Players l Choir 2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta 2,3,4 Art 2,4 Student Nurse 3 Swinehart. Bill HifY l Chorus 3 Glee 3 Traiiic Patrol 3 Wrestling 4 Tannyhill. Iecmnette Y-Teens 2,3,4 Lambda Sigma 3,4 Freshman Players l Library Staff 2,3,4 Thompson. Virginia Operetta l,2,3,4 Iournal Staff 3,4 Co-Editor Annual Staff 4 Willoby. Geneva Y-Teens 2,3,4 V.-Pres. Omicron Lambda 2,3,4 Freshman Players l Class Play 3,4 All-School Play 2,4 Choir 4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta 4 Student Nurse 3,4 Journal Staff 3,4 Accounting Staff 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Wolielt, Barbara G.A,A. l,2,3,4 Sports' Mgr Choir l An 1 giieshrrlgcirn Pgayers 1 G.A.A. l,2,3.4 Operetta 1 Y USS GY . . Bowling l Shufze chorus 2,3,4 T'1bbY- Mm e Mixed Basketball 1,2 Y-Teens,.2 4 Hi-Y- g - Glee 3.4 E 9 Q Girls' Basketball l,2,3,4 sheridqnraiem im., , F ' F L 23 A F Hi'Y 1. - , mu : ' ronor 1 'H " 4 Y 'ff Track . t . 1 '-'ft fi fi, ' -1.2 Y" 2,3 W Q? ., .ei ' '- H7 '65 - ,. 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National f-I , Glee , ' 5 'L A 'N micro . bda 2,3,4 G.A.A. 2,3,4 2,3, ' T ' wwf 3 Chorus 2,3,4 swing-,l-ook, Mm-7 Lou Ba Cl 1 V ,l Pres man Players l Glee 2,3,4 Yxfeens 1,2,3,4- St ncilf' iE'1 2 Qne.-Act Plgy 3 Art 4 Class P15-Y 3 .Cl Cel' 1 ggfgf Choir l,2,3,4 Library Staff 1,2 Choir 3,4 Cheerleader r" Q 'A Chorus 2,3,4 Salesmanship 4 Chorus 2,3,4 Iournal Staff 3, o- 1 or Glee 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Glee 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Operetta l,2,3,4 G' l ' S t 't 3 Slosser, Iim isefgu 3'4 Walters, Margaret Agczuniiig Stuff 4 SEY 2-35344 Z"3'4 Mixed Volleyball 3 OWS ' Stein. Bill - ' ' Annual Staff 4 Glee 3 Hey 112,314 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 lr' Mechanics 1 Olnicron Lambda 4 Chorus 2,3,4 Zuern. Robert Annual Staff 4 C1355 ploy 4 Salesmanship 4 An 1 smith Pm Choir 1'2,3,4 Anrludl 4 ErafficSPatrol13,4 'Ir'-Teggs 2,3,4 Solig Leader gjlsgug' 2 Wialrrzerhlgnl Bob Njgzsjnaziolflgnor 4 am a iqma 1- , . Freshman Players 1 Sec. Class Play 3,4 All-School Play 4 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Girls' Sextet 2,3 Mixed Octet 4 Operetta l,2,3,4 Cafeteria Staff 2,3 Student Council 3 Class Officer 3 Senior Exec. Com. 4 Basketball Mgr. 2,3 Annual Staff 4 Stoudinqer. Ianice Y-Teens 2,3,4 Omicron Lambda 2,3,4 Pres. National Honor 3,4 V.-Pres. GRADUATING VETERANS Freshman Players 1 One4Act Play l,3,4 Director Class Play 3,4 All4School Play 2,3,4 Choir l,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Glee 2,3,4 ALLEY, ROBERT FORBESS, RONALD HORNER, HARLAN HOUDESHELL, MARVIN KIEFFER, CLIFFORD VOLKMER, IACK ZIMMERMAN, ALBERT CLASS OF '50 ' K' ffstwff Q Y , r , 9 ' I nfl., 'Wt ai ,pw- fi, HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS- Charles Underwood, Sally Seiple, Dick Brenner IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President, David Fruthg Vice Pres., Robert Powell: Rx .X X In "t f 4? l rf' ,cf I'-rift' , 'V be .TV b . Q Y in X X 'if,fnu-.. -he at Xml V t.: X i, -I - Xiglz' The long dusty winding trail lies behind with its steep grades and deep valleys, you have come a long Way together. The dusk of another year settles as a new one is about to dawn. As we hand you our tools and you prospect the claims which We have just vacated, may you correct our mistakes and perfect our accom- plishments finding wealth that we never dreamed was ours. Make the best ot this new venture! Remember, after you have your di- ploma and march out to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstanceu, you will build your lite on the foundation you have laid today. Secretary, Iorelta Snyderp Treasurer, lane McNutt V rf-'Tim' . l T af' n V L! 1' K "" X KZ ..., nfq 'Fw f, -Q59 I , . it J Slv 4 l ll : my I an S i . . D. Basehore B. Atha D. Barnett D. Baker P. Davis P. Dauterman I. Davis I. Davison L J A , . Y I fi I. Beach D. Beck S. Bateson N. Beers I. Deqan C. Decker B. Dixon S. Dominique I. Broyles R. Carter V. Carter D. Brenner Xb,-,I j I B. Foltz B. Duffy B. Dye l.. Echelberry B. Cook I. Cook B. Chamberlain B. Clark D. Four D. Gee D. Fruth D. Goslie QL. H., :fm gig? L. V' . B'-fx., ' D. Groves R. Haase D. Graft L. Hale S. Hutchins I. Howell V. Iackson I. Huff I. Harris C B. W. Harden D. Hattendorf E. Harrold D. Danner K. Cousin P. Dauterman E. Cooper . Hess P. Herbert N. Haylett M. Heckathorn A. Kiser D. Iohnston G. Kinney V. Iones Hirsch 0. Hoschar P. Hollenbauqh I. Hill T. Link D. Lawson C. Lewis V. Kreais S. McFadden G. Logan H. Mann K. Lyons P. Nusser G. Munqer G. Myers I. Musser R. Mitchell M. Moon N. Mortimer P. Maxwell E. Scott D. Peeler D Perrine D. Sanders B. Fhchards D. Rorniq M. Pl'l1ll1pS M. Post S. Selple I. Shurnaker E. Searles I. Shurnaker E 3 M D. Ranqeler D. Rhude S. Purkey B. Powell C Staqqer B. Stearns I. Snyder F. Sprow E. Thompson B. Tote B. Stevenson D. Stein I. Wilson B. Yinqlinq D. Wydns C. Wolforth C. Underwood D. Vogel A. Tscmtles I. Vogel I. Earl D. Gonyer E. lbczrro B. Burch N. Wells R. Wedge D. Wolloce P. Williams I. McNutt I. Stevenson L. Yenser 5 C3 :S ,I ,I TUNIOR PERSONALITIES Best Dresser ........... Eleanor Scott, Shelby Hutchins Merriest Eyes .............. Don Peeler, lo Shumaker Prettiest Hair ......................... Delzie lohnston Best All-Round Student . . . Dick Brenner, Ginny Carter Biqqest Flirt ............... Alan Kiser, lackie Deqan The Personality ............ Dave Fruth, Sally Seiple Best Looking ............ Patty Dauterrnan, lirn Cook Most Athletic ..... Pat Hollenbauqh, Lynn Echelberry Best, Dancer .............. loretta Snyder, Dick Danner Cutest Srnile . . . . . . Marlene Phillips, Ralph Mitchell Foreword Another year and another class have slowly passed through the halls of old F.H.S. We, the senior class of 1949, have reached the goal-we have found our "gold." The iuniors are almost there -as they are iust "coming over the mountai.ns": the sophomores, right in between, are camped along the.way-a little more than started, but not quite there: and the freshmen, young and maybe a little "green" yet, are iust starting out on their long ioumey, which will take them through all the rough places and cause them many a hardship-but since they're young and willing to learn. we know they'll make it. Since you have still to find your "gold". we leave this annual to you, with all the memories of the wonderful things that have happened to you and to us. the class of "49"-from the beginning to the end-the 7th grade to the 12th. Everything won't be here, but the important things-the thi.ngs that remind you and take you back to those "super" dances with that special guy, the lsighl prom which you wished would never end, the play that you "made" and had so much fun doing, those dates that were made between classes, late study periods often "cut", and those famous "gab" sessions: these things are here to remind you of all the other times. We hope each of you will find something. the meaning of which will be cr little more special to you, for this annual is yours and yours and yours. Along with the fun and the memories has gone a lot of hard work-hours spent in cutting. pasting, typing, and "burning the midnight oil"-by a wonderful annual staff that deserves a lot of credit and a big thanks. We couldn't have made it without any of you. But behind them, was another group--the mothers who under- stood when we got home late, and the teachers, when we slept in their classes: we thank all of you, too. When all is said and done. Iguess it was worth it, because we did have fun, and we hope you will too. So, go to it. kids-start on your ioumey through the "49ers" annual-it's all yours now. Lou Ellen Bauer, Editor 2 N 4 , x l lllll af' .-'J View T1 Cwffff' P909 V K5 .1 . - , ' f: , X i+Q + . 2,: if 'CELL A' us wel ' 145-WWVIRY -. umaeeuw -'mf 'P' ' 'T Q.l.uQ, K Qw CJ. an x X l c4 K, 5 X i I 5 t 1 Nl y v X R 4' 4 1 fm ig? - 'S ,"' 3 we , V N, . Ss .. kagsv X NZNV :m ln 'miata V , ., b XJ -Q 35" wx, X X Q gf X , Q F,x5f'ge32f S v 81" X Q 3 d I V Qggf' ' . 5? - N - -' 4: iv , X 1 V, "Ev , - , ' ' Fuemmwov- - Q.x'rQf WG.x..L., 'SL I 5 HOT X N x f f' W +40 X Z. -. fT'f: ' m -fgtktvqrxfgx if Q L NIU 'll 'ul up, sig. YI ll! V , J ,QirH,""7 JU f .Af-fn 'i 5 1 ""n eayjff .f-fx, N ' Q' -'QL " ,W ' W f X WMM in ff 3 ff ff -Q ex MM f' 4 eg M, xy, Q N X , X X X, q Q, , Q 2 V , 2 I J ,W Q 3 ,f PW' AW. fffffff- ':'f:121v-N x Ax 'S 77 '.g"Vl-545 N Exile xxx V3 :X .K -.,. . X .9y ,. 2 ,y DTI' V f 055 XXX VNQN X wx '. 'W 'Z x""Z ?l": S X Xx l F, j fi "Xiu, X CLASS GF '5 1 HOME BOO Don Davis, ' 1 Schmidt , e M PRESIDENTS Terry Mxlls, Char es 58 ix.. .gnu As you pause to look back on your journey through school life, you marvel at how quickly the time has gone. The things you look on now as everyday events will be lost and remem- bered only as fleeting mirages. Day by day you have passed another milestone in your life as a sophomore, and now you realize that you are at the place Where you can travel most quickly. Go as far as you can, for you Will never again return this Way. L. Ault, H. Babb, E. Baker E. Baird, I. Ash P. Baker, C. Banks, P. Baker S. Baker, N. Banks .. ff' .XY f ' '-5 N.- . D. Blessing, D. Borner, M. Beigh P. Bennett, F. Bostic M. Brink, I. Charles, N. Cameron I. Burke, G. Burkhart B. Basinger, I. Baxter, B. Beers B. Blake, M. A. Beeson I. Dillon, E. Dillon, G. Decker P. Donaldson, R. Davison M. Elsie, G. Flechtner, K. Earlie P. Dull, M. Etzinger I, Crow, G. David, D. Davis S. Clary, I. A. Claypoal M. Fox, M. A. Fruth, D. Foul D, Graber, E. Folk I. Hill, A. Harris, I. Hathaway N. Herbert, C. Henry G. Horner, I. Hiser, R. I-Iottenstein O. L. Hoschar, R. Hunker B. Mansfield, D. Leathers, I. Marvin H. Lewis, R. Ma Y 7 T. Mills, I. Mergenthaler, D. Miller R. Might, C. Merritt I. Lambright, I. Kinshaw, G. Law M. Kooken, E. Lanning C. Rasp, M. Reiss, K. Parsell C. Payne, N. Peyton W. Roose, C. Schmidt, T. Rinehart I. Riggs, I. Rouse K. Myers, H. Page, G. Morgart B. Perry, I. Opperman C. King, B. Koester, I. Kingexy M. Haynes. R. Hutchins I. Young, F. Devore, B. Greek I. Krcmz, S. Hcxrtmcm I. Schultz, G. Shutt, D. Schultz C. Sheets, W. Shultz it I , 4 mv. ,ik I. Wcxqner, D. Wcxltermyer, B. Thompson . L' Tyson' F' Szoum K. Willison, G. Wolters, T. Weiker I. Woodland, B. Woodley C. Zumpft, I. Zemer C. Zuelzke 'CD' E. Stevenson, P. Snyder, R. Shumcker I. Somers, R. Steve 3 I. Yockey, D. Yoder, L. Yockey I. Zeiqler, M. I. Yates VDHPVTCHH VIRRQN ME? F I 0 "' 5 I nf V Q-T55 mp M Ry.. Q BOTTD NNE: I E I rf' fffff-if ' if i-ll ,.-1,1 M Cm .qi X MIEHAFL F'lm-n rg CLASS UF '52 With the golden opportunities of senior high in view, our young prospectors orre equipping themselves for the long journey crheod. You have mode cr good start but the trail is rough, o:nd you will need all the resources you hcrve. Good luck, Freshmen! May you, indeed, reach your qocrl. fi?-LII" 'N :Qi T79 "" X, I .emi t - x 'V is HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS Y Dick Tate. Ioe Porter. Gene Hessey, Dick Conley. Icmice Wagner, Carole Lcmning. ' ,,.,-.gf R. Angles S. Anderson K. Adler N. Adams D. Ammon C. Banks ., V D. Carr S. Carter D. Clark I. Burkhart R. Burk B. Burdett L, Doe S. Dixon R, Doe I. Dicken I. Dixie B. Dunlevy , 1 4' .f l .C A .. Q xg uf , J . , l """' ' S fl. I. Bauer I. Bender B. Bruggemcmn A. Brown C. Bauman B. Barnes I. Bise N. Brookrnan T. Billiard S. Beers I. Brickles B. Brant I D. Crawford R. Cooper C. Dible L. DeVore D. Coburn D. Conley D. Dauterman R. Dauqhtery C. Colwell A. Cousin B. Dauterman M. Daniels if , I. Fletcher S. Fittro M. Greene R. Gambel S. Gair E. Floyd I. Gregory S. Goodale G. Dyer C. Firestine C. Haase L. A. Graham B. Harrington I. Hicks R. Hull I. Hiser I. Iohnson D. Kinney C. Hartman B. Hatlendorf E. Hummel B. Hiser B. Iackson I. Iackman G. He-ssey M. Harris E. Hoschar P. Hoyer R. Iohnson P. Iackson R. Loe M. A. Krouse C. Lowery S. Lowrnaster C. Miller N. Matthews I. Kisabeth S. Leuck I. Machir I. McFadden B. Miller T. Matz E. Lawton C. Lanning N. McArthur C. Lusk G. Mansfield M. Manecke M. Niswander C. B. Miller M. Paine M. Parsons I. Porter P. Powell I. Murphy H. Miller I. Pastorius L. Page I. Post T. Rathbum P. Newhouse M. L. Miller -C. Peqqs I. Peeler H. Piqque N. Rasp 66 M. Reynolds l.. Risser R. Reinhard I. Richards K. Rausch I. Reynolds D. Stroman E. Stuckey D. Tate P. Thomas R. Sulliiran G. Thompson D. Searles P. Shafier E. Smith N. Scheidhauer D. Smith P. Singleton if' Qu D. Sprow I. Smith S. Stearns E. Souder W. Stout D. Spangler Am JA- D. Valenti R. Van Tassel L. Wade D. Wagoner N. Walker I. Wagner D. Thrailkill N. Thompson B. True R. Thompson I. Twells P. Thompson .v - . f , . 4. -:p ' N , fb. T S W. l N x VV E. Wallace D. Wilcox I. Keeton I. Doll I. Warren A. Weiker N D. La Fountains N. House I. Williams H. Wolfelt I. Zimmerman F. Bousher S. Reynolds R. Zimmerman D. Neikirk G. Slotterback H. Zuern D. McCullough Y i 'Q - Q ,V avg' Q A-..iK, Q ..m,. , .. ,, y-Q '-. - -' Y, 'Sf' ., . .SAN Mt. , 55 '41, M, K , M, . ..., 6 ar 3- -- - -M DECORATIVE S068 fr- in ., 5- f ..- Q 2 W Wg- X 5 H - 3 ,. .. .... 5 u aff' QS C5 Q Q L-S - - f . X X 1 M vb:-Q veg. V - he -X .943 ,N ,.., .-4: ..-,,, V -1- ' --4' - - -fag . , M --bb N x' we - l f - 4 .Z 1 --K--W,.:41f-'-"'fgiFf:2f H Fw I ?f' M-35-ff' - -- R A x ' -'-vk -fig - v , , '- 1-,'.:. , - ,QT -fi Qiwigg- "-' N N 1 K ' X ,- x5."f: ' ' lx is W , M - 55- - A "'401m'S9 X 1NNoc.e.Nc:11?? ', - Pi? 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K + H ......-.,qf-vga .ah I ' Af: mir, xa All 'Q 113' u HULL 5 K .' X- 5 K 'U '--T -f"C1" V rt' . 1 , 7' wffM'f' "N 'H-+,.x. 1 L -f ov' ' :MINS MZWLXI I TJ .1 '- X ' - - .'..t2"-f, Wi" r ' .-""r4'Y fn- IJ" Y '- 'L ' 'KN 1' ' 'ff' ' + w, . fmNE9'. X xii -' I ' 'X 'Asif 'lk y I1 , lx . ' '-'-4 1 ,. aw- .-ss ' iw Qtek -.x a ' u f 'XX 4 J 6 'ff H ., fib'-: ffe1: 'Q-4 ,, - .' 'l7,f' ,:: ,. lm -r.Z"" - A ke kg -2' 8-D CLASS FIRST ROW: M. Groves, I. Tucker, R. Thompson, I. Steinman, V. Purkey R. Shank, B. Niswancler, D. Werner, D. Snyder. SECOND ROW: C. Peltier, M. Stew- art, P. Smith, S. Sylvester, A. Syl- vester, I. Stone, L. Shultz, M. Schnitz- ler, E. Porter, S. Baker, M. Thomas. THIRD ROW: I. Dieter, I. Swinehart, K. Russel, I. Ramsey, P. Turk, D. Stowers, D. Rothgeb. EIGHTH GRADE 8-E CLASS FIRST ROW: N. Knisely, D. Spooner, T. Atwood, I. Dauterman, D. Reiss, H. McClellan, A. Zeigler, D. Zuern, R. Hiser, B. .Hauser. SECOND ROW: S. Widmer, S. Vitt, B. Fox, W. Dillon, M. Wells, I. Rich- ard, C. Vogel, I. L. Watts, S. Mans- field, D. Reeve. THIRD ROW: I. Tunks, I. Wyans, B. Welsh, M. Miller, B. Wagner, F. Nusser, D. Wunderlin, C. Young, L. Vitt, R. Dalton. so CLASS FIRST ROW: I. Morgan, B. Lord, I. Lowery, E. Iones, L. McCafferty, L. Lawson, D. Miller, R. Keclcler, D. Mompher, K. Lockhart. SECOND ROW: P. Iackson, M. Bar- ley, K. Kiegger, I. McCullough, M. Keckler, N. Merritt, G. Freeman, I. Molter, M. Carney, B. Iordan. THIRD ROW: I. Mosier, N. Krupp, D. Little, C. McEntire, I. Law, I. King, I. McLaughlin, B. Lyons, B. Lewis. 8-A CLASS FIRST ROW: R. Boyd, D. Babb, I, I Abel, V. Cobb, B. Etzinqer, R. Fer- guson, C. Allen, I. Dauterrnan, I. Burch. SECOND ROW: P. Talbott, N. Crow, I. Ault, S. Corl, S. Anderson, I. Bartchlett, B. Bomer, S. Burkhart, A Beigh, B. Bauman, M. Clary. THIRD ROW: M. Couch, W. Baker I. DeWeese, I. Bateson, G. Echeli berry, L. Crosby, D. Boster, M. Barber. 8-B CLASS FIRST ROW: I. Ewing, F. Glosser, G. Gear, W. Hummel, I. Harris, R. Foltz, R. Howden, D. Harrison, S. Gary. SECOND ROW: M. Henry, I. Davis, N. Glenn, S. Hemrick, I. Evers, I. Stout, D. Haynes, F. Groves, M. I. Erbland. THIRD ROW: I. Iohnson, E. Hill, N. Glenn, M. I. Fittro, B. Fletcher, R. Griffin. ai .f be . so .- I ' I '4 I Kali a : I , df. - yi f L I ' as er ,,,I.,., 1 J, V .. 'ver I . - ' A . dkbrw--.nav 4? .0 , ,,, 49- , Film- -1- ' A .wr .. L. ... ER- 9-Mr-f I as '11-'--.-ev . vnsl-F-H-'nw , . IQTEKSQ--V' V' I "f gui,-X V .5 11 . A 1- :aff '1' I I. 5 ' Y 4 '1'f "': kr L -"S" . " - , ' sf-351. f :iii-. -F-2.355 "ffl: -:Q .fx QJ'fjt'f-'f,v,syf24'i- - '-f Q .g '. v1.23 sw , ..' l '. ,,. ., "9-X ' hams .V r- hg-,-w- I - 5-A-'51, V,,'9Af5,. 5349 '-.,... ': - . I 7-D CLASS FIRST ROW: D. Send, L. Souder, D. McClunq, G. Snyder, H. Smith, D Richards, W. Smith, C. Beamer, G Shatzer, B. Ramsey. SECOND ROW: R. Ridge, S. Cook L. Prowant, P. Rhoad, M. Riser, D Underwood, B. Phipps, M. Reynolds W. Sheridan, M. Beers. THIRD ROW: R. Reinhard, R. Smith B. Emmert, I. Slosser, I. Wetherill L. Caldwell, E. Burk, R. Stateler, F Arwood. FOURTH ROW: D. Smith, A. Stout P. Rader, M. Foster, C. Restemeyer, B. Williams, C. Smith, L. Luckey. SEVENTH GRADE 7-E CLASS FIRST ROW: W. Zimmerman, D. Thompson, D. Szaller, A. Thomas. W. Turner, A. Thornton, D. Utterback, I. Ward. O. Wriqht, R. Stover. SECOND ROW: L. Treadwell, f K Trumpler, N. Swaim, D. Tucker, S. Yoder, I. Wolfelt, B. Statler, C. Stat- ler, N. Wendt. THIRD ROW: S. Swartz, L. Hale, M Stevenson, I. Stearns, A. Stone, B Welsh, S. Vogel, C. Vogel. FOURTH ROW: E. Woodruff, I Tucker, I. Woodland, R. Stein, D Vance, W. True, I. Turner, L Thompson, A. Thomas. 7-C CLASS FIRST ROW: G. Moore, F. Scott, D. Law, H. Landis, I. Lesson, M. Leedy. B. Keckler, G. Rhoades, B. Kinney, I. Matthews. SECOND ROW: G. Pohlman, A. Mc- Donel, I. Kisslinq, C. Miller, I. Mc- Clellan, P. Kiefer, H. Floyd, C. Lovins, A. Lewallen. THIRD ROW: B. Lind, B. Messenger, C. Rose, B. Mompher, H. Little, W. Pullom, I. McIntyre, R. Scott. ig .auf-' ,pf 7-B CLASS FIRST ROW: B. Goddard, E. Gardner C. Hanley, I. Fleming, D. Gregory I. Houseley, G. Hollenbauqh, I. lack man, D. Hottenstein, R. Huff. SECOND ROW: C. Hill, S. Gair, M Fraver, I. Hicks, M. Holloway, M Graves, D. Ginqerick, R. Hottenstein B. Hade, W. Hirsch. THIRD ROW: L. Hollenbauqh, D Hartman, D. Haynes, R. Harris, M Groves, I. Iohnson, C. lordan, C Barley, R. Hunker FOURTH ROW: S. Harris, B. Geiger I. Hoffman, D. Fruth, M. Fiiiro, D Haase, R. Ponn, R. Geyer, S. Frank enfield. JC. ' 7-A CLASS FIRST ROW: C. Disler, R. Cole, D. Davis, R. Davis, D. Filhart, B. De Shetler, D. Althauser, R. Beach, F. Cole, M. Allen. SECOND ROW: B. Crawford, S. Bau- man, A. Bowers, W. DeVore, P. Free- man, B. Allison, M. Allen, M. Aungst, D. Bibbs, I. Banks. THIRD ROW: O. Brant, B. Dye, C. Banks, B. Bland, D. Cole, E. Bradner, G. Berry, E. Balsat, C. Black. FOURTH ROW: L. Burch, E. Davison, G. Cartel, M. Doe, D. Crawford, V. De Vore, M. Beck, B. Boyd, C. Bauman. J s 1 sv 4.-af - 4 T 'wiv' f,A.'v',aLff.".i -' ',f,3e,". .- A-M. x xg O 2' www 1 'Y 4- v',- 1 CAUGA-l'T' IN 'THE HCT J! J -' of!" , -'ea .W ff.: .. B 5 'Nb ymf.. N, Q k, if an Spmta, f MICHAEL Plmrm TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration . . . . . . Deans G Faculty .... , , , At Work ......... . . . At Play . . . . . . Seniors ......... . . . Personality . . . . . . Snaps ...... . . . Autographs .... . . . Activities . . . . . . Iuniors ....... . . . Sophornores .... . . . Freshmen ..... . . . Underclasses . . . . . . Athletics ..... . . . Football .... . . . Basketball ........... . . . Track and Wrestling ..... . . . Music .... .............. . . . Vocal ....... . . . Instrumental . . . . . . Dramatics ...... . . . Activities ....... ..... Publications . . . . . . . . Clubs ...... .... Class Will .... ..... Calendar ....... ..... Advertisements . . . . . . . W- COACHING STAFF N. ,unw- LEFT TO RIGHT: Les Vcxn Sant, Art Wilson, T B . . om ender, hm Showkexr, Dale Herbert. COACH- TONY Bendef MANAGERS KNEELING: Iirn Yockey ST - Thgrgilggfl- luck Lmnbricrht, Richard Steve, Gary VARSITY REDMEN Y, V. V - -1---. ..... . ,.,....,......... --4----- X A fwx W ' 'rms' ' 'E - ,m'::::.:.' ,I ' I ' A --sa: ..-f I .f -M :fr-me-R. 1--A I f is-F... .., rf r' -R-ff A 9.131 zrrr.-,rr A ----.1-nv-'r ' .-A FIRST ROW: I. Cotter, I. Mcliendrick, B. Hirsch, H. Dieter, R. Wedge. I. Reinhard, R. Pastorius. SECOND ROW: L. Hover, R. Mitchell, N. Woodley, I. Cook, C. Iackson, L. Echelberry. R. Shumaker, P. Danner. THIRD ROW: R. Tate, D. Goshe, B. Gillespie, L. Tyson, D. Iacoby, I. Kinshaw, D. Rhucle. as fg FOURTH ROW: D. Folk, D. Peeler, D. Beck, C. Zumptt, C. Shiilet, A. Kiser, E. Stevenson, P. Dauterman. FIFTH ROW: I. Yockey lmgr.I, I. Lambright Cmgr.I, F. Sprow, D. Saunders, D. Vogel, D. Fruth, B. Perry, G. Thompson lmgr.I, R. Steve lmgr.I. COACHING STAFF: A. Wilson, T. Bender, D. Herbert, I. Showkeir, L. VanSant. ,- .A 1 FIRST ROW: D. Strornan, B. Harrington, D. Thrailkill, R. Angles, I. Porter, C. Peggs, L. McCaIferty, L. Lowery, C. Miller, I. Post, R. Stein. I. Pastorius. Y SECOND ROW: C. Dlble, C. Hartman, K. Adler, F. Devore, C. McEntire, I. Schultz, C. Schutt, C. Schmidt, S. Gair, L. Lawson, H. Landis. S. Stearns. rf.-ff ,f1u:'+ ln- THIRD ROW: B. Iackson. L. Wade, B. Bruggeman, D. Dauterrnan, K. Russell, I. Mergenthaler, D. Sprow, I. Crow, B. Beers, R. Hottenstein, R. Hutchins. FOURTH ROW: I. Iohnson, C. Bauman, I. Brickles, H. Piggue. D. Blessing, R. Reinhard, B. True, I. Burke, D. Leathers, B. Basinger, I. Machir. COACHES: A. Wilson, I. Showkeir. F1175 DPC ' Q66 be Bob- fx 'ff I U R zznfief? x fl I fxpe of play, rw. ball on tm F ,,,v.q ,g l 3 S I , " lgecimefnf K . .ck his first String RO 3 ., ik .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,g ia!! Wai! 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' ko "' 'h aiizfanmted . . x coxued latexal gave FCS-'E' ISAl..-nua recovered .. 6 0 0 ch dxsappomt th gf his Maul, points and mme: fight M51 be right iacido lm me k':wis by rushing . .A k1g:k0ff Adams 7 X mnclua vuuuq + gg .uuunnuweuua romana nag of the Fostorxa High by be econd were of the' and FremonY's Si Wendeiin If f I . lim Remhmd ,Aw 1' Scnmmgekle U1 X ., Q Q future gridclcrs of Ff1:1.fNr' Y and St. Wenclelin mnglec 8' N 4 E' on ihe Sandusky sfroc f'2.Ef1"?k v QQ, Af if ': .-ei-e"' ' looked Xl 'ii John Patterscvn. SWL H KT REVERSE . 1 dedmen chewed Ralph M1 ghrwnt reverse play nigmn ck i 9 ...ad a me+.J Lo Lt drew the Find1ay's g 1 on the icler, FOS- er post on team, andl was named on' the second anv pnechctmns tv quad 1 . W. ,, ,, . f- . Both tear tliey could run a Cn! ways. V' U 'mlacrk McKendnck team. A . V 3 F' lads receiving P'071d an f"1fl'21Yl 1 I mention wore: Ray Pas-l then' hw L- lv 1 Dale Jacoby, guardg: snow e 37 1 f Hoe MeA1..1.xey, ,u.nd, Mies Wood uf PQ ilrixihl alld etc ' e 10010 good and H St Icy. quarterback, and Lynn Echel- bovs haxe put on H ld berry, fmibackf nge duunv the summcx Here are the sexe uled fo U .mO'Fm3'y Tglqyg ey., . 'Mooncy, Bon-lik Meeker, Fremont Johnson. Fremont C0ur"ev, Findiav ver, Find! 13. Green ..... . . Sautler, BG tie. Green .Gl FEE 46 860- to play. nf, lg' Ronnie xxxcdgcl ft? 553 ul.-Orff m 1 I 4 'If ox the Black and Gold' q. A 4'7l1'H'TCF' iiiitzlcrg lh, Dick Gabolz rh. Jn N UM f. Bernie COXUIIQI c. Jen I 'ff gEEc3 ZeEcn- rt P-R iney :K H305 ggi- svlw, 5 XR Fk A LPY:- fs o' In last Six imaies T Beim, a lam Skiles stivdiuzn ria IIEQ21 thyouehfxnnt come a 7 ithe in to 1. 2 if "1 ,.nn, , A g e! an I g fe IW va il lizivkciul f,:f.f.2 eRnghz TCICICIB Ln! 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'qlltfle of U16 iarlxith a onc- 'as to the Fostoria rompat swished compleln sounded Besid'ie'B" squad an offensivzlocal lads. sharp on th!Z'l1'0LEh01ff 1591 to 10 at 18 5532! time 111' ' d Arthur Wilson, basketball jGH11', apd A who presented the reserx::t5h0Wkl6I'. to the, following boys: junr helped Ml'- .an Vogelg sophomores: Dick WFS 10 WC 50?- p' f' 1:- . r:SchmidfQ Jim , Du N SYS! HHH 1 ers, Robert P , ack 2'-fmfjf Ej. H ' 'pr if 0PPe1'man? iw' Qi ,Carl Peggsn -4-H Tffms mug-F13 1' is, Wade, Jay B A V t v cry, Harrmd allow-u bl L -A J Chuvlggliau ' r y I Lia .rom 'nie mcx GBE I ' . K. Caldwell opened d held at Fas Mr Post. Charles . f' .Y - - . L f'a.'!o1s Jacknon with 29 pkg 3 few words to theI Thl'81lk1U. Bob . , X 5 and then inn-mowed rA1.!mon, Rona ender, football coach. 947191 Joe , ' X- .1 spoke and in turn he in-3 I Ca Res F mon sc: rw --nr ss, Tiffin, ld xphell QPFN rius iPF1 undf-r ell rPFs L uPFV -nv-Hnn Qi-hnff f'h2r'h'?1 'PRO fri-'4Ww7'7" -1.1-. - - ' bfi N14 3,4 --1, Sh Th Rh Eh Y.: JC. ,. 1. A le 'li N 'J BASKETBALL LETTERMEN lim Cook ....... .......... lim Cotter . . . .. . . Carlos Iackson . . Hay Pastorius . . . Don Rhude ........ Ronnie Shumaker .. . .Guard . .Guard Forward . .Center Forward . .Guard VVRESTLING . -,,-.... Y-. WY.i. -... - .... FIRST ROW: G. Flechtner, A. Devore, B. Swinehart, I. Swinehart, B. Miller, I. Dauterman, D. Ammon, I. Keckler, D. Dauterman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Showkeir, G. Sheridan, I. Porter, V. Moon, G. Law, B. Brugqemann, D. Wilcox, R. Angles. THIRD ROW: B. Beers, E. Dauqherty, E. Folk, P. Dauterman. FIRST ROW: C. Zuelzke, C. Bauman, R. Hutchins, R. Lowe, G. Law, I. Cotter, D. Peeler, S. Straus- bauqh, C. Iackson, D. Goshe, M. Martin, C. Underwood, B. Iackson, I. Richards, D. Leathers P. Herbert, D. Fruth, C. Lowery, I. Crow. SECOND ROW: B. Lee, I. Baxter, C. Brant, I. Kmshaw, B. Groves, G. Flechtner, I. Brickles, I. Smolik C. Peqqs, B. Beers, D. Sprow, I. Machir, W. True, D. Tate, B. Perry, I. Opperman, S. Gair, I. Burke D. Carr, S. Stearns. I. Murphy, T. Rinehart, E. Folk. if ,fflf fmdgf I 1 f A7 yi? gm M' W WI' 4 MQW L 1 wi. ' R 4 , 9 I ! ,iw I 1 , if. ,gf AL' Z 41- 'fl if if L04 . 'WI , I X . I, ,, " I , A ' IHA ct, ' . . ,, .fy ,I . f mf it if X f . ...M I f- ,H,,A.,:ML f,jW'??.I,3 W4, 1 i ' I V ,fl 1 M5 , " -e' .,,ff.rE-I. ., JIU, I-ti 'y If., ' 7, ,gh STN " J , 5w.,:V 4' ' 'whiz ' fi7,,. .iAf1IW' ' uw , ,VM I W 1-ff, fl ,5, v w 1' . Wflfifif- V Qlgvmg ww.: " ..: fi.. It .'1EQ?f1,V f-I: , I, N,-f,,,Q! i '-gg:-aw I ff . im, as Amy.: 'ff if ' " ,., AwZ"2'JHa .- ' ' 1g.'.,'f ,xgofminidfrafion :,,....f..,.ff.-ff-:"E' 1 i .- Il 1 VOWYA 1 f ws, -v 1 '. 5 ,. ll' F1 af-5 F.. U", x T2 ,QQ , Q Q X14 14. - g i. 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Fruth, I. Davis 5. Atha, E. Baird, I. Ash, M ones, I. Marietta, M. Buckinq lam, V. Iackson, I. Deqari, P Bennett. FHIRD ROW: P. Smith, I. Mc Iutt, C. Sheets, B. Patterson VI. Post, I. Stoudinqer, P. Saker, I. Charles, M. Snyder, I. Decker, B. Richards, B. Ilark. H! 5 f'f'f",'l'k'Q"a ff ' l ALTOS IRST ROW: I. Hill, L. Yenser, Woodland, I. Somers, E. lillon, C. Payne, S. Baker, W. -ouder, S. Bates, L. Fraver, I. Iuth, I. Claypool, L. Bauer, 5. Turner, V. Carter, S. Porter. ECOND ROW: R. Banks, I. Vilson, P. Williams, I. Vogel, V. Chamberlain, D. Hatteridorf, P. Bamett, E. Lanninq, N. ianks, I. Rouse, M. Kooken, . Zeigler, V. Parsell. HIRD ROW: B. Woodley. H. iewis, S. Clary, D. Wallace, . Stevenson, I. Beach, B. 'ainter, A. Tsazntles, E. Thomp- on, B. Tate, K. Lewis, B. flolter, L. Reidling, M. Schmidt. 'OURTH ROW: B. Burch, I. Iill, H. Mann, P. Dauterman, I. Wolfarth, I. Snyder, D. nhnston. , TENORS AND BASSES FIRST ROW: I. Knepper, B. Hanley, C. Mosier, D. Range ler, I. Lambriqht, G. Shiilet, A. Kiser, C. Schmidt, B. Mans- field, D. Brenner, S. Hutchins, B. Duntee, D. Perrine, B. Kroetz. SECOND ROW: B. Lee, I. Emerson, L. Iones, D. Stein, G. Myers, D. Gee, B. Stearns. B. Perry, T. Mills, D. Davis. I. Zemer, C. King. THIRD ROW: P. Nusser, I. Kinshaw, C. Zumpft, I. Broyles, C. Staqqer, B. Powell, P. Sny- der, G. Burkhart, I. Harris, W. Roose, I. B. Warner. FOURTH ROW: B. Swinehart. C. Zuelzke, K. Parzell, B. Bas- inqer, D. Fruth, B. Koester, L. Haver, I. Schultz, I. Kinqery. E. Benninghofl, I. Pennell, Mr. Middleton. GIRLS' GLEE if FIRST ROW: C. Payne, S. Baker, B. Painter, S. Bates, P. Dauterrnan, I. Hill, S. Porter, I. Rouse, Mr. Middleton, M. Kooken, ' ' h d B. Clark, L. May, S. Seiple, P. Bennett, R. Davison, B. Ric ar s, B. Barton, E. Baird. SECOND ROW: M Schmidt, B. Burch, B. Molter, L. Reidling, E Dillon, M. Rathburn, H. Mmm, 1. Huth, 1. MCNuu, G. Turner, E. Scott, V. Schultz, P. Dye, I. Peters, I. Stoudinqer, P. Smith, V. Iackson, G. Willoby, M. Buckingham. THIRD ROW: I. Wilson, I. Deqan, S. Hartman, P. Baker, V Ph'l1' Carter, M. Anvood, L. Bauer, W. Souder, I. Ash, M. 1 ips I. Snyder, M. Snyder, M. Fruth, N. Cameron, M. Stainbrook I. Marietta. ACCOMPANISTS Bauer, Iim Murphy, Bill Mansfield. 90 Ieanette Peters, Gwen Tumer, Lou Ellen GIRLS' TRIO Sue Porter, Beverly Clark, Betty Barton. 091696 ISROIVT RO MIXED O 164 . CTBT Q- Cmqeler W: B p B f G, . ' o SKOQQQ ROW: Shlflefl WSH' Bren Img V B, R- Her, D W9 ' ' CQ!-f lchilrds ' uych ef- ' P. Sm. 9,10 Ffh' L. BOYS GLEE A l get ' , sa e 9 oi T H 'T' lv 1 1 15? fi Lcrmbriqht, B. Powell, A. Kiser, C. Underwood, D. Gee, Stcqqer, E. Benninqhoff, D. Rcmqer, B. Koester, B. Lee, Burkhart, B. Kroetz, T. Mills. THIRD ROW: C. Zumpft, D. Icxcoby, L. Hover, C. Mosier, Might, L. Jones, G. Shutt, W. Roose, F. Sprow, P. Herbert Swinehurt, I. Broyles, G. Myers, D. Stein, S. Hutchins. fxx 7 N UGHTY P 523' 'W Y, F' . 2 ul' f ELI ' , w -I. Q. W - Q , ,wi "J 1 , Ui Q Pt -in Q1 'X , - gg. 41 X. 92 Y K-'12 rw --..1 MARIETTA CAST Lieutenant Governor Grandet ....... Carl Stagger Florenze ................ Iohn Pennell Etienne Grandet ...... Dwight Bangeler Adah ................ Betty Lou Barton Captain Richard Warrington ........ Gordon Shitlet Marietta ............... Beverly Clark Silas O'Hara ......... Shelby Hutchins Lizette ........... ....... P at Smith Rudolfo .................. Allen Kiser Sir Harry Blake ........ Iack Larnbright Nanette ................... Sue Porter Felice ................ Lou Ellen Bauer Fanchon ......... Mary Lou Stainbrook Graziella .............. Verna Schultz Night Watchman .......... I. B. Warner First Pirate ........ ..... P aul Nusser Second Pirate .... ....... B ill Stein Indian ......... ........... B ob Perry Knife Grinder .............. Iirn Schultz Marionettes ....... Rose Ann Middleton Nancy Middleton Tovm Crier ................ 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