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

 - Class of 1952

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I u r P 1 l F 5 e a S 5 1 i 4 zu X - 1..iN, ..v, ii,l..l . .,-- .. , ,. - , . .-. ,, Wm., ,. ,,.. - ,,.. H, W, W, . ,. -WW J fqwenlfing RED The IA HIGH S BY THE NIOR CLASS UNDRED F o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL FOREWCRD To the Seniors ...... As our senior year draws to a close, it is with regret that we, of the annual staff, say farewell to Fostoria High School. In its place we are trying to leave with you an annual that, we hope, will serve, often, as a reminder of the hard work you have done-in your activities, the time you spent typing that term paper, those classes you liked or dis- liked, the hours you studied for the semester exams, the preparations and rehearsing for the school plays, as a reminder of the fun and good times you have had, the proms, the sweetheart dance, the football and the basketball games and the dances after them, the band contests, the choir concerts, assemblies, and school plays. But these are only o very few. As you look through these pages, recall, just for a moment, the many things that have made you a part of Fostoria High School. The staff has attempted to give you an annual that you will long remember and cherish. We would like to thank every person, who, in his own way, made a contribution, no matter how small, to the success of the i952 Red and Black ..... Goodby and goodluck Joe Kisabeth NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO Q DEDICATIO A 1 g ' 1 I' f gl iiyiiqn -ai 'Gt' L X Graduating from high school. Because he has led us during our senior year as senior adviser. . . because he has taught us the meaning of discip- line . . . because he has made vocal music outstanding in Fostoria High School . . . because he is a friend to all . . . . we, the class ot nineteen hundred fifty-two, dedicate our annual to James W. Middleton. 1 i James W. Middleton, 1952 4::'ftff1f-121 fffv f - vii Entering college Graduating from college. o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Not all work, These are a few snaps and scenes from those more relaxing times. Relaxing, did I say? Anyway, they introduce us to the main part of the annual with a lot of fun. Satirical Six Those laws of gravity! Say,nice mess of fish. The last mile - TNW:-V ,-., , C45 '?.VLfi.l3wi3i3i22i,,.lW A 54 mx. f . ,WM :- , F.H .S. in l Life can be beautiful Come on, slowpokel li' but lots of Introducing . . . and the score was 36-31 in favor of seniors. 1 Where have I seen these fish before? ,.,...-- F.H.S. in 1952 Charleston! Future housewives! Mass production A stitch in time. Anticipation! "' " , It's not easy! h1 ff 2 , "-' W-2, V g -My .. VEVQ , 5 ,W ,g,L,. ,L., , ,,,. - lk 5"-r", K' iii . I V 2 Tj, 13 t mmmwwzn ,... tw K A . , Jazz King And we won too! fun can be found I move we adjourn. These fish sure get around. A streak of lightning What a hold! K I hope it runs. Quiet and concentration? .,,,gN - Q. T.'s What do you do next? Was it funny? lt did! Well, it's like this. Busy Bees! Loyal alumni Einsteinites. during our school days o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL These times we Hurry up, I'm hungry! TW -kh' W nv , 'L Amwlh' The egg and l 1 What o coach! 4:6- . Q3 wen A " is A ' n Ax . My :IQ f h , 'M gr xl we W Z . X s I 1 ' V A V Do we have fun! f ' f 1 A 1755 ff-, I' en, A V I sr,L'5g5zs1e fl f . - Q :fd 1 .' A Sr' L 1:-4 S V, i if fp, iv Yam J s AA ' - 2 X 'A .aff , A , Cv., Studious? 5 Muscle Men' ig"-""M Musicolly Mognetized always remember! 8 Dwi I i r--. i ,, zTs--lfTw:Ta- 1419- ' i -97.7 ,-! v ,- H V f S' -! 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' ?i1 if li' q 7 Y 5 i - -T ,nl-' xii T.E : -35' ,ff f :+'f f' l:1" 5 ' ' ,-.ii"+i- 2if' 'i - fgl 'l'.',:,, W ff- 5 fn: Y :-.zpzi 7 " - ,Y 'Z :il ' ..,,, agen- - -LEE z'1:,, - Y, .gs '1f' ff -, -vgg f Q- .. -' -'-MT-fsgli - ' - ' "' 3', "ig, ""' ' K-+213 1- Ni' " :A Y , iz, .,.,?fl -- if-F, kl- --Q-. V fi 5, f... ,- --31?-Q-L? 1-.Zi-"' . L, , .... ,Y: -m.. .,, A . 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL TO THE SENIORS: Your class is the largest to graduate from the Fostoria High School in recent years. During your high-school days you have made many contributions to the life of the school through your wholehearted participation in the many activities available to you. Your interest in the school has been exceeded only by your willing cooperation. May you always have to face challenging prob- lems so that, through your effort in mastering them, you may continuously draw out whatever promise of manhood and womanhood that lies within you and may all the worthwhile experiences you have had in school prove useful to you in the years ahead. My wish is that you may find happiness in whatever useful work 'you may pursue. SUPERINTENDENT Mr. H. L. Ford Ashland College A.B. Ohio State B.S. Ohio State M.A. SECRETARY Mrs. Ruth J. Batdorff PRINCIPAL Mr. O. K. Caldwell Findlay College A.B. Ohio State MA. SECRETARY Mrs. Anna Crain NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO TO THE SENIORS: The steady procession of graduating classes from Fostoria High School is sometimes inter- spersed with classes of outstanding character. The class of l952 has such distinction having far more than its share of brilliant students, talented and versatile representatives in all our school activities and a closely knit cooperative class unit, May l wish the class of l952 continued success as individuals and may their excellent example of group responsibility and cooperation be remem- bered by succeeding classes for years to come. We wish, for each one, success in your chosen work so that you will realize happiness in making the community richer by the contribution you are able to give. 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL SENIOR DEAN OF GIRLS Mrs. Ernestine Wiedemann lf ever you want someone to talk over your troubles with or if you want someone to give you advice, this is the person who will give you all the under- standing and advice you need. DEANS SENIOR DEAN OF BOYS Mr. E. R. Zuber IUNIOR DEAN or GIRLS Miss Vera Eger She takes them over in the time of life when they need a lot of help and advice and no better person could give them the start that our junior high Always ready to help anyone to overcome any obstacle they may chance to come up against. He has won the re- spect of many with his offered service. girls receive. I2 IUNIOR DEAN or BOYS Mr. Thomas Bender Teaching honesty, fairness, and tolerance are a few of the many things that he has done for the iunior high boys. The boys are sure of good counsel and aid from the junior high dean of boys. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 BOARD OF EDUCATION Floyd Kinnaman, John Gutknecht, H. L. Ford, H. L. Zemer, R. J. Carter, Paul Stearns, Clerk, ATHLETIC BOARD O. K. Caldwell, Dick Small, Capt. Raymond Orwig lon leave in the Armed Forcesl, Art Wilson, David Davis, Tom Bender, H, L. Ford, John Gutknecht. I3 Then' leadership has ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mrs. Ernestine Wiedemann, Ohio State Univer- sity, Ohio Northern University, A.B., English IO, Guidance. Mrs. Jean Showkeir, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S., English 9, American History. Miss Jeanne Seibel, Heidelberg College A.B., English 8. Mrs. Jean Mary Guddat, New York University, Colorado State College A.B., English 7. Mrs. Wilma Thrall, Miami University B.S., English ll, Public Speaking, Dramatics. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Mary Imm, Ohio State University B.S., Home Economics IO, Junior High Home Eco- nomics, Boys' Home Living. Miss Jean Hoffman, Heidelberg College A.B., Home Economics 9, ll and 12. SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. C. D. LaRue, Otterbein College A.B., Ohio State University, Bowling Green State Univer- sity, World History IO, Geometry, American History, Geography. Miss Oneita Whiteman, Bowling Green State University B.S., New York University M.A., Miami University, Social Science. - Miss Hazel Stubbins, Bowling Green State Uni- versity B.S., Colorado State University, Univer- sity of Michigan M.A., Social Science 8. Mr. James Showkeir, Bowling Green State Uni- versity B.S., Western Reserve University, Social Science l2, English 9 and l I, Wrestling Coach. SCIENCE Mr. Thomas Bender, Bethany College, Ashland College, A.B., Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh, Science 8, Guidance, Director of Athletics. Mr. Lester Van Sant, Findlay College B.A., Ohio State University M.A., Science 9, Ass't. Football Coach, Projection Club Adviser. Mr. W. W. Nixon, Mount Union College B.S., Ohio State University M.A.g Biology I and ll, Civics, Science, Traffic Patrol Adviser. Mr. Albert Siekeres, Bowling Green State Uni- versity B.S., Ohio State University M.A.1 Physics, Chemistry, Driver's Training. Mr. Richard Small, Miami University B.S., Football Coach, Science 7, Commercial Math. LANGUAGE Miss Barbara Moore, Ohio Northern University A.B., University of Michigan, Ohio State Uni- versity M.A., Spanish I and II, English IO, Journalism. Miss Luella Moss, Heidelberg College, A.B., University of Southern California, Latin I and ll, English 9 and I2, Y-Teen Adviser. COMMERCIAL Mr. Lyle Gainsley, Bowling Green State Univer- sity B.S., Distributive Education, Non-Vocation- al Sales, Junior Business, Coordination. Miss Florence Grine, Bowling Green State Uni- versity B.S,, Stenography ll, Office Practice, Typing I and ll. Miss Ina Sponsler, Ohio Wesleyan University A.B., New York University M.A., Findlay Col- lege, Stenography I, Mathematics 8. Mr. William Smith, Bowling Green State Uni- versity B.S., Commercial Mathematics, Science 7, Bookkeeping. guided us N INETEEN HUNDRED F I FTY-TWO I5 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL ..,,X.. Q 1.11. ., -W ' B 1 .,,' ' jj A "H i in ii' o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL E , f, ,,. ,,, W an - . Class of Nineteen Hundred and F ifty-Two - . ,A 7- f, ffff . . .,, eeee 'iii' A Leee eff? neee 1, ,,, q,,gli..- ,,,,, ., H, ,,, 1.,, : 7 I PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Clark Miller SECRETARY Alice Brown Nancy McArthur 20 CLASS POEM Forward Ever, Backward Never. Ships there are-to port they come. ln harbors near their anchors cast. Now we can leave for lands afar, To search for love and strive for fame Oh, choose with care, my classmates, The course that you will take. For it's a dark, deceiving sea That you will span for treasures rare- At times it's calm, with sunlit waves Lie velvet plains-so smooth and still Then raging storms will surge about And you will quail beneath their ford But look ahead, for naught you gain ls worth your while unless you strive To do your best. And when you've reached your journey s end Your banner still will wave aloft That bears the key to your success- Forward Ever, Backward Never. -Marlene Greene CLASS COLORS BCYS, TREASURER Scarlet and White Don Thrailkill CLASS MOTTO GIRLS' TREASURER Forward Ever, Backward Never CLASS FLOWER Red Carnation All we have NANCY ADAMS "Nanc" Come on kids, yell it. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girlsf Glee 2,3,45 Girls' Octette 35 National Honor 3,45 Y- Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Parli- amentarian 45 Art Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader l, 2,3,45 All-School Play 2, Crew5 One-Act Play 35 Junior Class Play 3. KENNETH ADLER "Ken" Paul Bunyan of the class. Basketball 45 Library Staff 25 Gym Assistant 45 Hall Monitor 3. SHARON ANDERSON "Andy" Cute little cheerleader. Annual Staff 4, Manag- ing Editor5 Journal Staff 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Double Octette 45 National Honor 3,4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 45 Y- Teens 2,3,45 Triangle Leader 45 Lambda Sigma 3,4, Program Chairman 35 Cheerleader l,2,3,45 All-School Play 25 One- Act Play lg Junior Class Play 3, Student Director5 Hall Monitor 35 Home Room Officer 2,3. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO 0 RONNIE ANGLES "Ronnie" Hit that line. Football l,2,3,45 Letter- man 45 Projection Club 3,45 Choir l,3,45 Boys' Glee 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Wrestling l. CAROLYN BANKS Good sport. Likes to have fun. Y-Teens l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4. JERRY BAUER Seen but not heard. Nice pal. Football 2,3,4, Letter- man 45 Projection Club 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 Boys' Glee 3,45 Wrestling 4, Letterman 4. CHARLES BAUMAN "Chuck" The Dreamer. Football l,2,3,4, Letter- man 45 Choir l5 Traffic Patrol 3,4, Captain 45 Shop Assistant 3,45 Gym Assistant 3,4, ,, ,,.. 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Journal Staff 3,4, Page Editor 45 Band 2,3,45 Or- chestra 2,3,45 Pep Band 53,45 Pit Orchestra 3,45 National Honor 3,45 Y- Teens 2, 3, 45 Omicron Lambda 1,25 Art Club l, 2,35 All-School Play 3, Crew5 One-Act Play I5 Junior Class Play 35 Hall Monitor 3. TOM BILLIARD One of the stage hands. Why Worry? Annual Staff 45 Chorus l5 Boys' Glee l5 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Art Club 1,25 Hobby Club 45 All- School Play l, 2, 3, 4, Crew5 One-Act Play 2,3, 4, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3,4, Crew5 Senior Class Play 3, Crew. left of our JOYCE BISE "Red" -Music notes in mind. Annual Staff 45 Band l, 2,3,4, Secretary 45 Orch- estra l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Pit Orchestra l, 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 All-School Play 25 All- School Play 4, Crew5 Ju- nior Class Play 3, Crew' Hall Monitor 4. 1 EDNA BOAS "Eddie" Are you ready, let's go. Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Gym Assistant 45 Cheerleader 3,45 All- School Play 3, Crew5 One-Act Play 25 Hall Monitor 35 Girls' Intra- mural Z. FRANKLIN BOUCHER "Frank" Always good for a laugh. Omicron Lambda l,2,3, 45 Traffic Patrol 2,35 Hobby Club 45 All-School Play l,2,3,4, Crew5 One- Act Play 2,3,4, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3,4, Crew. school days are BETTY BRANT "Bessie" Don't whisper, speak up. I Y-Teens 2,3, F.H.A. 2, 3,4, President 4, Library Staff l,2,3,4, All-School Play 2,3, Crew, Junior Class Play 3, Crew, Hall Monitor 3. ALICE BROWN "AI" Oh Romeo, My Romeo. Annual Staff 4, Adver- tising Manager, Journal Staff 3,4, Assistant Edi- tor 4, Band l,2, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2,3,4, Nation- al Honor 3,4' Student Council 4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Triangle Leader 4, Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Art Club l,2,3, Mag- azine Campaign Mana- ger l,2, All-School Play 2,3, All-School Play 4, Student Director, One- Act Play l,2,3, Junior Class Play 3, Homeroom l,2,3,4, Class Officer Officer 3,4, Girls' Intra- murals l. BILL BRUGGEMANN "Will" I'll tell you, iI"s this way. Annual Staff 4, Photo- graph Chairman, Journal Staff 3,4, Assistant Edi- tor, Choir 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Boys' Glee l,2,3, 4, Football l,2,3,4, Let- terman 4, Wrestling 2,4, Letterman 2, Student Council 2,3,4, President 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, All- School Play 2, One-Act Play l,2, 'Golf Team 2, Home Room Officer l,2, 3, National Honor 4. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO 0 BARBARA BURDETT "Barb" Rings on her fingers. G.A.A. 2,3,4, Student Nurse 3, All-School Play 3, Crew. RAYMOND BURK "Burkie" Hard worker. Band l,2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4, Dance Band 2, 3,4, Pep Band l,2,3,4, Pit Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Choir I, Magazine Man- ager 2, All-School Play 2, Crew. J EAN BURKHART "Jeanie" Nice things come in tall packages. Annual Staff 4, G.A.A. 2, Omicron Lambda 2, Student Nurse 4, D.E.C. A. 4, Junior Class Play 3, Crew. DAVID CARR "Dave" Have you seen him drive? Happy go lucky. Annual Staff 4, Band l, 2,3,4, Dance Band 3, Choir l,2,3,4, Librarian 2,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Boys' Glee 2,3,4, Boys' Octette 3,4, Double Octette 4, Basketball l, Track l, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 2,3, All-School Play 2,3, One-Act Play l,3, Operetta Lead 3, Golf Team 2,4. 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 24 SHIRLEY CARTER "Shorty" Still waters run deep. Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda l,2,35 F.H.A. l,2. RICHARD CLARK "Joe" Helpful Hank. Al- ways willing to listen. Annual Staff 4, Circula- tion Manager5 Band l,2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Dance Band l,2,35 Choir l,2,3,4, President5 Chor- us 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3, 45 Boys' Octette 3,45 Double Octette 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, Vice- President5 Magazine Campaign Manager l5 All-School Play 35 One- Act Play Contest l5 Jun- ior Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 45 Operetta Lead 2,3. DON COBURN Tall, with blond hair. Now you see him, now you don't. Traffic Patrol 3,45 Hob- by club 4. SALLY COLAVECCHIO "Depot" Always seen with Pat. Have you seen her drive? Annual Staff 45 Chorus 2,35 Glee Club 2,35 Y- Teens 2, 3, 45 Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Program Chairman 4. ONT 'l'l'I81l1OTl8S CAROL 'COLWELL "Annie" Bashful, but nice. White caps and thermometers. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 3, 4, Circulation Manager 45 Chorus 2,35 Glee Club 2,35 Y-Teens 2,3,4, Secretary 45 Art Club l5 Student Nurse 35 Junior Class Play 35 Cos- tume Crew 35 Girls' ln- tramurals l. RICHARD CONLEY "Dick" Guns occupy his mind. The thinker. Art Club 25 Gym Assis- tant 45 All-School Play 25 Home Room President l5 Home Room Vice- president 2. RONALD COOPER "Ronnie" Strong silent type. Always faithful. Traffic Patrol 45 Hobby Club 4, TreaSurer5 Home Room Officer 3, Vice- president. These memories RICHARD COPPLER "Dick" New and little heard from. Football 3, Letterman 35 Junior Class Play 35 Stu- dent Council I. DARLYN CRAWFORD A Southern belle. Do you all think ah talk funny? Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Chorus 25 Student Nurse 4. LULU MAE CREEGER "Lou" What did you get for on answer? Y-Teens 2,3,45 F.H.A. 2, 3,45 Student Nurse 3. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TW ROBERT DAUGHERTY "Bob" Mr. President. Redmen booster. Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, President 45 Projection Club 3,45 Cafeteria Staff 3,45 One-Act Play 2,3,4, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Senior' Class Play 4, Crew5 All-School Play 2,3, Crew. WILLIAM DAUTERMAN "BiII" Just me and my machines. Annual Staff 45 Band I, 2,3,45 Dance Band 35 Pep Band 45 Junior High Choir I5 Projection Club 2,3,4, DALLAS DAUTERMAN "Pete" Knock them down and pin them. Football I,2,3,4, Let- terman 45 Wrestling I,2, 3,4, Letterman I,2,3,45 Gym Assistant 4. CLAIR DIBLE Defender of the Pigskin. Great sport. Football I,2,3,4, Letter- man 3,45 Basketball l,25 Hobby Club 4. ta :LSI -su: ff-A 1 i A A I" q .aff iggifit' g .Sf V V V -QC: .5 Lge? i 1? ii. 5 I A 3 5 5- . . O 25 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL K. in 5' ls . "'-' . AAAA it , K - 45 , if , 'Q My , W' A .. g i" i J 'l ?il".fzi:3if4i" Y 1- 1, ijy.-xii mf" 5: , ' ig . ' A iw,--' Jifgiglfli f 512 -ff'-, 3 Qiiiikfiifggte v-w..,.,,., 26 JOAN DICKEN "Joanie" Flute tooter. Annual Staff 4, Band l, 2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4, Secretary Treasurer 4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Pit Or- chestra l,2,3,4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2,3,4, Girls' Octette 3, Y-Teens 2,3, 4, Lambda Sigma 2,3,4, Magazine Campaign Manager 4, One-Act Play l,2, Junior Class Play 3, National Honor 4. LLOYD DOE "Lefty" Let the whole world slide by. Football Manager 2, Traffic Patrol 4, All- School Play 4, Crew, .Junior Class Play 3, Crew, Senior Class Play 4, Crew, Shop Assistant 3. ROGER DOE "Reg" Always late, but with a good excuse. Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Assistant Shop Teacher 3, Annual Staff 4. GEORGE DYER A smile and "Hi" for everyone. Traffic Patrol 4, Hobby Club 4, Wrestling 2, All- School Play l,2, Crew. will go with us LOUANNE EVANS "Louie" Test Tube whiz. Annual Staff 4, Journal Staff 4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Choir l,2,3,4, Chorus 2, 4, Girls' Glee 2,3, Y- Teens 2,3,4, Vice-presi- dent 4, Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Magazine Cam- paign l,2,3, All-School Play 4, All-School Play 3, Crew, One-Act Play 2,3, Radio Plays 2, Home Room Officer 2, Girls' Basketball l, National Honor 4. SALLY FETRO "Thumbtack" Nettie's right man. Y-Teens 2,3,4, Gym As- sistant 3. BARBARA FILLHART "Barb" "Come on, Kaye, let's go." Annual Staff 3,-4, Choir 2,3, Girls' Glee l,2,3, National Honor 3,4, Stu- dent Council l,2, F.H.A. I, Library Staff 2,3, Magazine Campaign Manager 2,3,4, One-Act Plays 3, Junior Class Play 3, Senior Class Play 4, Radio Plays 3, Class Officer 2,3, Girls' Intramurals l,2,3,4. into all walks A.- CHERYL FIRESTINE "Ti Ti" Short and cute. Cutest squeak in the band. Annual Staff 45 Band l, 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,4, President 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Pit Orchestra 3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2, 3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Y- teens 2,3,45 Lambda Sig- ma 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Magazine Campaign Manager l5 One-Act Play l,25 National Honor 4. JUDY FLETCHER "Judy" Madam President. Nurses and thermometers. Annual Staff 45 Choir l5 Y-Teens 2,3,4, President 45 Lambda Sigma 2,3,45 Cafeteria Staff 2,35 All School Play 3, Crew 35 Hall Monitor 35 National Honor 4. HELEN FLOWERS A kitten on the piano keys. Letters from Dick. Annual Staff 45 Choir 3, 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee l,2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Lambda Sigma 3,45 Pres- ident 45 Magazine Cam- paign Manager 3,45 Na- tional Honor 4. ELLA MAE FLOYD "Mae" Letter fiend. -How in the world do I set these margins? Chorus 45 Glee 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,4. STUART GAIR "Stu" Watch your tem- per. Devilish Smile. Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2, 3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Hi-Y 2, 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Football l5 Student Coun- cil l. WILLIAM GODLOVE "Bill" Mighty Midget. My car and a full tank of gas. Chorus l,3,45 Glee 3,45 Baseball l5 Softball l5 Band I5 Orchestra l. LEE ANN GRAHAM "Lee" Natural red hair. Blondes are her weakness. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 3,45 Copy Editor 45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Pit Orchestra l,2,3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3, 45 Omicron Lambda 2,3, 45 Radio Plays 25 All School Play 3, Crew5 Na- tional Honor 4. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO o I , .. ,gil 1 H... , I .." 2 X 'NX C of gr -a----- I --si ,, I 4. .,.:-all I f. im ,-..-. 4 ,...i 'av 15' 27 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 28 MARLENE GREEN E "Greenie" Shines in Art. Good imagination. Art 4, Choir 2,3,4, Chor- us 2,3,4, Glee 2,3,4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Art Club I,2,3,4, All-School Play 2, Crew, One-Act Play 2, Crew, Junior Class Play 2, Crew. JACK GREGORY "Berries" Sound the gavel. Trumpeteer. Annual Staff 4, Band I, 2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4, Dance Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band I,2,3,4, Dixie Land Band 2,3,4, Pit Orches- tra I,2,3,4, Choir l,2,3, 4, Chorus 2,3,4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3,4, Junior Class Play 3, Junior Class Pres- ident 3, Senior Class President 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, All-School Play 2,3, One- Act Play l,3,4, Junior Class Play 3, Radio Plays 2, Announcer, Radio Play 2, Dutch Band 2,l3,4. CARL HAASE "Hot Rod" Eyes on the future. Assistant Shop Teacher 4, Hall Monitor 3, Clean Up Committee I, Motor Scooter Club 4, Secre- tary. PAUL HACKNEY Tall, dark, and interested in Madame President. Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2, Art I, Hobby Club-2,3,4, Secretary 4. of life ROBERT HARRINGTON "Bob" Dark, curly hair. BiII's pal. Annual Staff 4, Chorus 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Football l,2,3, Letter I, Omicron.Lambda 4, D.E. C.A. 4, Projection Club 3,4, Vice-president 4, Magazine Campaign Manager 3. MARGARET HARRIS "Peg" Stands for the army. Quiet and Cute. G.A.A. 2,3,4, President 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Lamb- da Sigma 3,4, Hall Mon- itor 3, Girls' Intramurals I,2,3. WILLIAM HATTENDORF "BiII" Bob's pal. Dare- devil on wheels. Chorus 2,3,4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Omicron Lambda 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Vice-President 4, Pro- jection Club 2,3,4, Sec- retary 4. Among these . f. ' Sw 1, .9 , 1 . ss, 5 0333 1 Y GENE HESSEY "Genie" Mr. Personality Plus. Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus ,2, 3,45 Boys' Glee.2,3,45 Boys' Octette 3,45 Dou- ble Octette 45 Band l,2, 3,4, President 45 Orches- tra 3,45 Dance Bond 3, 45 Student Council l,25 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-presi- dent 25 All-School Play 45 One-Act Play l5 An- nuol Staff 4, Assistant Editor 45 National Honor 4. JOYCE HICKS "Joycie" Always ready to lend a hand. Annual Staff 45 Choir 2, 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3, 4, Triangle Leader 45 Omicron Lambda 3,45 Lambda Sigma 25 Art Club 2,3,4, President 45 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Home Room Offi- cer l5 All-School Play 3, Crew5 National Honor 4. BETTY HISER "Smoky" "And you know what she says?" Annual Staff 45 Orches- tra 35 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4. ' NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO o JOELLEN HISER "Jo" Miss Basketball herself. Band l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Gym- Assistant 45 Girls' Intra- murals l,2,3,4. ZANE HOCKENBERGER A welcome addition to the class. Junior Class Play 3. EVIDINE HOSCHAR "Dean" Cute smile. "May I help you?" Library Staff 35 Y-Teens 35 Student Nurse 45 D. E.C.A. 4. EARL HUMMEL "Bud" A good man is hard to find. Annual Staff 45 Cafe- teria 35 All-School Play l, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew. , 19 ' s . meer, wig. 5 ,wr - iziflgsglfgn.es,-.isis-f. New .fait :wwf vwigis- ' - - 'eg' . . ' W if . in 2 l .14 g',-52.112-gf iaiii . , MFI.--'L 'ff :vw- .V .,i,,,,. , my . .,V:,.,?v 5 I I . gylfti 1 S, 15. ' nfs is H Q .. bm, L, i m A J x 5 if l l K LC 253 . .,,. .. ,. l lb .. we S o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL l ,,rr 2? 3 -1:L' gr .. xi S 30 JOANN JACKMAN "Jerky" That Sweetheart Complexion Gal. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 2,3,45 Exchange Editor, Page Editor5 Choir 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3, 45 Omicron Lambda 2,3, 4, Secretary 45 All-School Play 2,35 One-Act Play 35 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Hall Monitor 3. BERNARD JACKSON "Bernie" Hands and feet. Booming back. Choir 3,45 Chorus 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Letterman5 Track l,2,3,4, Letterman5 Wrestling 3,4, Letter- man5 Home Room Offi- cer l,2, Vice-president5 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Art Club Staff 45 Service 2. DEAN KINNEY "Shortie" Here's the me- chanic you've been waiting for. Traffic Patrol 45 Hobby Club 4. JOE KISABETH "Kizzy" That wink and whistle. Hard working Editor. Annual Staff 4, Editor5 Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Dance Band i,2, 3,45 Dixie Land Band l, 2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Pit Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Choir 2,3,45 Chorus 2,3, 45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Stu- dent Council 35 Hi-Y 2,3, 45 All-School Play 2, Crew5 Radio Announcer 25 Radio Scriptwriter 25 Radio Engineer 25 Na- tional Honor 4. memories fwe find MARY ANN KROUSE "BIondie" What can I do for you? Sweet Kid. Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A, 2, 3,45 Student Nurse 35 Annual Staff 45 One-Act Plays 2, Crew. RICHARD LAFOUNTAINE "Dick" Friendly to all. Slow but steady. Traffic Patrol 45 Junior Class Play 3, Stage Crew5 Hall Monitor 4. CAROLE LANNING Seldom heard. Engaged. Sweet disposition. Annual Staff 45 Chorus l5 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Treasur- er 45 Student Council i5 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Lambda Sigma 2,35 Art Club l,25 Junior Class Play 3, Ad- vertising Committee5 Hall Monitor 35 Home Room President l. 'Sn our proms Why WF' Qi K ,,safs" . Wg? uf' ' rf., - E4 Ee , f . -P I' 7 , Mez: ff ,., , V ,. 5 ,n 5 , " "' .5 V ,M ,uf , ,E 'Q T- P , 5 5 no ,mt Qafwm-sf H , K 'T-5552. - x.,s..,.,. it 'sry :rw-este., M- K ss J kgigg .f', , 4 it gas . 'Lv K f ,L QALI A , , K DTP. if e no SALLIE LU ECK "Leukie" Future home economist. Annual Staff 45 Band I, 2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Choir l5 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Magazine Campaign Manager 45 All School Play 2,3,4, Crew5 One Act Play 2,3,4, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Hall Monitor 4. RONALD LOE "Ronnie" All good things come in small packages. Annual Staff 45 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer l5 Dance Band 2,35 Pep Band 2,35 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Boys' Octette 3,45 Double Octette 45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 All School Play 45 One Act Play 25 Junior Class Play 3, Crew. JIM LUCIUS That half-day senior. Lucky, that's all Football l. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO JOHN MACHIR "Mac'7 One of the guards. Slow man. Football l,2,3,4, Letter- man 3,45 Track l,25 Gym Assistant l,2,4. MELVIN MANECKE "Mel" A hard man to see. Traffic Patrol 2, 3, 45 Hobby Club 45 Gym As- sistant l,2,4. NADINE MATTH EWS "Deanie" Livewire. How she likes Corrs. Annual Staff 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Y- Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Vice-pres- ident 45 All-School Play 3,45 One-Act Play l,2,35 Junior Class Play 35 Hall Monitor 3. TOM MATZ Always full of the dick- ens. Oh those iokesl Annual Staff 45 Band l, 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,35 Pep Band l,25 Pit Orchestra 25 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Boys' Octette 35 Football l5 Radio Plays 2, An- nouncer, Cast, Writer5 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Cafeteria Staff 25 All- School Play 25 One-Act Play 2,3, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Ser- vice l. ' Nz,-13. A , , . J """""Y' ' 'P re J 2 WF 25.332 ,1 fi-T -f W nv 1 eg , H , ,k , M Nw ,gtk .' ' - .SNA gf' wifi is ,.w,- ., ,, ' 1 . ,- , ,, . 'V 1' 1' I .H 'Q' . ' 'V P' , '.- A I.-A JV -1 ,',, 1 J o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 32 BILL MILLER "Willie" See you at wrestling practice. Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Choir l, 25 Chorus l,2,35 Glee l,2, 35 Wrestling l,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,45 Cap- tain 3,4. CLARK MILLER "Norm" Football letter- man. May I have this dance? Class Officer 4, Vice- president 45 Football l, 2,3,45 Letterman 3,45 Student Council 45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Radio Plays 25 An- nual Staff 45 Photo- grapher 45 Hall Monitor 35 Golf 4. HELEN MILLER "HeI" I like the wide open spaces. Annual'Staff 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Glee 2,3,45 Girls' Octette 45 Double Octette 45 Y- Teen 2, 3, 45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Art Club l,2,35 All-School Play 2, 4, Crew 45 One-Act Play 3, crew5 Class Play 35 lilall Monitor 35 4 H club MARY LOU MILLER "Lou" Always has some- thing to say. Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2, 3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Y- Teens 2,3,45 'Omicron Lambda 25 Art 2,3,4. espescially Moonlight JAMES MURPHY "Murph" Just plain swell. Basketball Letter- Annua-l Staff 45 Journal Staff 45 Band l,2,3,45 Dance Band 35 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Glee 2,3,45 Boys' Octette 3,45 Double Octette 45 Basketball l,2,3,4, Let- terman, 3,45 Track l,2, Letterman, 25 National Honor 3, 45 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2,3 45 'All-School Play 25 Choir Accompanist' 4' Home Room Officer 3 President 35 Class Offi- cer 3, Vice-president. 1 1 1 VELMA MYERS "VeI" Nice and new. Journalism student. Annual Staff 45 Choir l, 2,3,45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee l,2,3,45 Girls' Trio 2,35 Y-Teens 45 Lambda Sigma 45 F.H.A. l,25 Li- brary Staff l,2,35 Class Play 35 Class Officer 25 Debate l,2. NANCY McARTHUR "Mac" Loyal class offi- cer. Neat dresser. Annual Staff 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Glee 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4, Vice-presi- dent5 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Tri- angle Leader 45 Omicron Lambda 45 Art Club 253, 45 Secretary 35 Maga- zine Campaign Manager l5 Class Play 3, Crew5 Hall Monitor 45 Home Room Officer l, Secre- tary, Class Officer 4, Girls' Treasurer. and Roses along KAYE McDONALD Just Barb and I. Here we go. Annual Staff 3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Glee l,2,3, 45 Student Council l, Re- porter I5 F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Representative I5 Library Staff 2,35 Christmas Play 2,35 Junior Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 45 Y- Teens 45 Radio Play 2,35 Red Cross 35 Girls' Intra- murals 2,35 4-H l,2,3,4, Secretary l, Reporter 2, Vice-president 3, Presi- dent 45 Junior Fair Board 3,4, President 4. JAYNE McFADDEN "Jaynie" Whiz in Boy- ology. Annual Staff 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Y- Teens 2,3,45 Lambda Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Junior Class Play 3, Crew. DONNA NEIKIRK "Dimples" Nice smile and cute kid. Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Omi- cron Lambda l,2,35 Art Club l5 Magazine Cam- paign Manager 35 All- School Play 3, Crew5 One Act Play 3, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Horne Room Officer 3. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO 0 PATRICIA NEWHOUSE "Pat" Seldom seen walking. Annual Staff 45 Chorus 2,35 Girls' Glee 2,35 Y- Teens 2,3,45 Lambda Sigma 3,45 Library Staff 3,45 Hall Monitor 4. MARGIE NISWANDER Helen's best friend. Hur- rah for the army. Y-Teens 2,3,45 F.H.A. 2, 3,4, Secretary, Reporter 3,45 All-School Play 2, Crew. MARILYN NORDLUND "Nordy" Just plain nice. Annual Staff 45 Choir 35 Chorus 35 G.A.A. 25 Y- Teens 35 Omicron Lamb- da 3,4, Secretary 45 Cafeteria Staff 35 All- School Play 4, Crew5 Hall Monitor 45 Booster Club 2. LA DEANA PAGE "Dee Dy" Happy-go- lucky. Nice kid. Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sec- retary 45 Y-Teens l,2,3, 4. RED AND BLACK ANNUAL MARCIA PAINE "Marky" Capable. One of the gang. Annual Staff 4, Literary Editor 4, Journal Staff 3, 4, Page Editor 4, Choir l,2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Y- Teens 2,3,4, Lambda Sigma 2,3,4, Secretary 4, All School Play 2, Crew, Hall Monitor 3, National Honor 4. IDA MARIE PEELER "Pete" One of the Red- men Cheerleaders. Annual Staff 4, Choir l, 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,3, 4, Vice President 4, Y- Teens 2,3,4, Lambda Sig- ma 3,45 Magazine Cam- paign Manager l, Cheer- leader l,4, All - School Play 2, Crew, Intramurals l,2,3,4, Hall Monitor 4, Home Room Officer l, Secretary, National Hon- or 4. CARL PEGGS "Butch" Three letter man. Swell personality. Wow. Band l,2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4, Chorus 2, Foot- ball l,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3, 4, Letterman 4, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Magazine Campaign Manager 2, Hall Monitor 3, Home Room Officer 2, 3, President 2, Vice Pres- iident 3, National Honor JOE PORTER "Henry" A neat dresser. A real wrestler. Annual Staff 4, Band l, 2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4, Choir l,2,3,4, Chorus 2, 3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Octette 3,4, Double Oc- tette 4, Football l,2, 3,4, Letterman 4, Wrest- ling l,2,3,4, Letterman l,2,3,4, Student Council l,2,3, Hi-Y 2,3,4, One Act Play l, Junior Class Play 3, Home Room Offi- cer l,2, Junior Class Of- ficer 3, Treasurer. with dances after JOHN POST "Abie" Tall easy going. One of the boys. Football l, Basketball l, 2,3,4, Track l, Hi-Y 2,3, 4, Gym Assistant 4, Golf 2,3, Service l. NETTIE RASP "Nettie" Always has a good joke. Steady going gal. Y-Teens 2,3,4, F.H.A. 2, 3,4, Student Nurse 3,4, Girls' Intramurals Bas- ketball 2,3,4. TOM RATHBURN Bur'kie's pal. The care- free youth. Traffic Patrol 4, Hobby Club 4, President 4. those excltmg games. KENNETH RAUSCH "Kenny" Nice and carefree. Band 2,3,45 Orchestra l, 2,3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Junior Class Play 3. ROGER REIN HARD "Rog" A streak of adventure Football l,2,3,4, Letter- man 45 Hobby Club 4, Vice-president 45 Boys' Intramurals l,2, NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO 0 JOHN RICHARDS Likes to laugh. Good all around fellow. Band, l,2,3,45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 Wrest- ling 25 Omicron Lambda 3,45 All-School Play l,2, Crew. BERYL LEOTA RISSER "Lee" Working gal. Seen 'with Donna. Y-Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 25 Lambda Sig- ma 3,45 Art Club l,25 Magazine Campaign Manager 45 Homeroom Officer l. NANCY SCHEIDHAU ER "Nan" Never o dull moment. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 2,3,4, Exchange Editor 25 Choir l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Girls' Octette 3,45 Double Octette 45 Y- Teens 2,3,4, Song Lead- er 45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 All-School Play 2, 3,4, Crew5 One Act Play 3, Crew5 Junior Class Play 35 Operetta Lead 35 Homeroom Officer l. MELVIN REYNOLDS PAT SHAFFER "Potty Lou" Tiny but mighty. "Mel" One in a million. Y-Teens 21314: Omicron Projection Club 25 Traf- I-Qmbdo 2,3,45 Gym AS- fic Patrol 3. sistant 45 One Act Play 3, Crew5 All-School Play 3, 45 Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Girls' ln- tramurals 2,3,4. o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 1 s l 36 JEAN SINGLETON "Patty" Always seen with another "Pat". Y-Teens 2,3,45 Omicron Lambda 2,3,45 Gym As- sistant 45 All-School Play 3,4, Crew5 One-Act Play 3, Crew5 Junior Class Play 3, Crew5 Girls' ln- tramurals 2,3,4. JACK SMITH Good sport. Me and wrestling. Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2. JUNE SMITH New but nice. Silence is golden. Y-Teens 45 Student Nurse 4. ELDEAN SOUDER Real cut up. Always a lot of fun. Projection Club 45 Shop Assistant 3. Yes, music festivals DON SPANGLER We'll always have fun. Wrestling 2,3, Letterman 35 Traffic Patrol 3,45 Projection Club 3, 45 Boys' Intramurals l,2. DICK SPROW "Squirrely" One of the eleven. 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Q- -V K ,N st, Egg? is and exams along with WILLIAM STOUT "BiII" Quiet in his ways. Hobby Club 4. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO RODN EY SULLIVAN "Rod" Camera bug. Curly locks. Annual Staff 45 Boys' Glee 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Pro- jection Club l, 2, 3, 4, President '45 ,All School Play 45 Junior Class Play 35 Radio Plays 25 Hall Monitor 3. DICK TATE All-Around athlete. Everybody's friend. Football l,2,3,4, Letter- man 2,3,45 Basketball l, 2,3,4, Letterman 2,3,45 Track l,2,3,4, Letter- man l,2,3,45 Student Council l,2,35 Hi-Y 2,3, 45 Homeroom Officer l, 2,3. DUANE STROMAN "Spec" Studious, neat dresser. Football l,2,3,4, Letter- man 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Journal Staff 2,3,4, Page Editor 3,45 Boys' Glee 25 Junior High Choir l5 National Honor 3, 4, Vice-president 45 Hi-Y 2, 3,4, President 2,3,45 Art Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 One-Act Play l,25 Oper- etta 2, Crew5 Radio Play 25 Golf Team 2,45 Track 2,3,4. EDWIN STUCKEY Seldom heard but seen a lot. Glee Club 3,45 Art Club 2,35 Traffic Patrol 3,45 Magazine Campaign Manager 3. GARY THOMPSON "Birdie" Make that basket. Football Manager l,2,35 Basketball l,2,3,4, Let- terman 45 Magazine Campaign Manager I5 Gym Assistant 45 Home- room Officer 2. NANCY THOMPSON "Nan", One of the gang. Annual Staff 45 Orches- tra l,2,3,45 Chorus 2,35 Girls' Glee 2,35 Student Council 35 Y-Teens 2,3, 45 Homeroom Officer 35 Hall Monitor 3. RED AND BLACK ANNUAL A PA'l' THOMPSON Did you see the Ford fly by? Annual Staff 45 Band l, 25 Choir l,3,45 Girls' Glee 3,45 Chorus 3,45 G. A.A. 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2, 3,4. ROSALIE THOMPSON "Rosie" Steady gal. Never seen walking. Annual Staff 45 Choir l5 G.A.A. 2,35 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Girls' Intramurals l,2. DON THRAILKILL "Donnie" Academy bound. Leadership plus. Annual Staff 45 Choir 3, 4, Vice-president 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Boys' Glee 2,3,45 National Honor 3, 4, President 45 Student Council 45 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-president 2,35 Op- eretta 2, 3, 4, Crew5 Homeroom Officer 45 Class Officer 4. RACHEL VAN TASSEL "Rach" Vim, vigor, and vitality. Journal 35 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Lambda Sigma 2,3,45 All School Play 2, Crew5 Homeroom Officer l. many other events JOHN TWELLS Brains. Life is what you make it. Annual Staff 4, Manager Editor 45 Track 3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 3,45 Art Club l,2,35 Traffic Pa- trol 2, 3, 45 Magazine Campaign -Manager 35 Hall Monitor 35 Home- room Officer 3. LEWIS WADE "Lewie" Drummer boy. Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Dance Band l, 25 Pep Band l,25 Pit Or- chestra l,2,3,4. JANICE WAGNER "Jannie" Miss Personal- ity Plus. Annual Staff 45 Journal Staff 3,45 Choir 3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,3,45 Student Council l,25 Y-Teens Z,3,4, Tri- angle Leader5 Omicron Lambda 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 All-School Play 2, Crew5 One Act Play 35 Hall Monitor 35 Home- room Officer l,2. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO 0 'QM wlll be remembered ROBERT TRUE Bob Curly locks My car? Choir 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Bo s Glee 2 Football l 2 Track I 2 DOROTHY WAGONER Dot Spell my name rngl-at YTeens 234 Omncron Lambda 23 Chorus 2 34 Glrls Glee 3 m Assmstant 3 One Act Play 3 Crew All School Play 34 Crew Junlor Class Play 3 Crew NANA WALKER College collegiate One of the gang Annual Staff 4 Chorus Gxrls Glee 23 Teens 2 3 4 ANNA WEIKER Remlnlsclng Serlous but jovlal D E C A Club 4 ym Asslstant 3 4 RICHARD WILCOX Wllhe Nlce dresser Buzzlng around nn a classy car Track Manager 3 4 Wrestlmg I23 Letter manl DECA4 Pres :dent 4 Magazine Cam palgn Manager 3 Gym Asslstant 4 Hall Mon: tor 3 Homeroom Officer l 2 3 JOCELYN WILLIAMS Joy Lou Oh so gay Football fan A 2 3 4 F H A 3 4 Vnce presldent 4 D E C A 4 Magazlne Campalgn Manager 3 Gym Assistant 4 Hall Monltor 4 Homeroom lcer l 2 3 Glrls tramurals l 2 3 4 JANET KAY ZIMMERMAN Zum Giggles Black coffee for the editor Annual Staff 4 Journal of 4 Editor 4 Teens 2 3 4 Triangle Leader 4 Lambda Sig ma 23 4 Vice president All School Play Crew Junuor Class Play 3 Crew Natlonal Honor HELEN ZUERN Quiet You just dont know me YTeens 234 FHA 2 34 Hlstorlan 3 Treas urer 4 Library Staff 2 All School Play 2 Crew them INN E T3 K ,M ,, RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Class of Nineteen Hundred and F ifty-Three PRESIDENT lack Dauterman VICE-PRESI DENT Lacy Lawson TREASURER AND SECRETARY 5 Mary lo Erbland Barbara Fletcher 42 S LACLASS' SCOLQRSL7 y j I Maroohfgend LWhite HOME ROOM A S PRES! DENTS Lacy Lawson, Mary lo Erbland lim Tucker, lack Dauterman ' ,.-' it li- x ,J 4' Shirley Anderson, Irene Ault Joy Barchlett, Carolyn Banks Tom Arwood, Jim Abel Marjorie Barber, Danny Babb 1. 'F 41, V- ,-..,. i 10" Work and fun Jethro Burch, Jim Braden Rex Boyd, Keith Broka ,C if ' UN .... 'V' J ,,, 5 ' .va I 'S I l 4 y i t I, ,Fare Oo f' .K I . W I :Q lla. I 5' '. . 7 ilg. .1 ' l . 5 -rf w E 2 ' J i Q Dick Dalton, Jean Davis Walta Lou Dillon, John Eckert Jim Dauterman, Jack Dauterman Duane Drake, Gary Echelberry NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO Q Ll' Arlene Beigh, Betty Bomer Barbara Bauman, Douglas Boster .iii Marilyn Clary, Shelomith Corl Les Crosby, Vernon Cobb . if 'QW Mary Jo Erbland, Jo Ann Evers Bob Etzinger, Jim Ewing 43 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL ,ai ,,, Roger Ferguson, Mary Fittro Barbra Fletcher, Betty Fox Shirley Hemrick, Martha Henry Richard Hiser, Bloine Hummel 'V X ik ' My - ,rr,.. ,eg-T' Skeeter Gory, Gordon Gear Fritz Glaser, Dick Greek Barbara Harper, Donna Haynes Jack Harris, Bob Hauser Betty Jordan, Mary Keckler Ed Jones, Dick Keckler 44 Kay Kieffer, Audrey Kranz Norman Knisley, Nathan Krupp fi Q' Fi? A Q . . . . 7,:l,' sl E ,,yyV I yy, ,,, D L g 'iff 'I i B - limit' tv V y 1 f K V zyyy , if 'gm yi' ,G t' r L J ' t Up "" 14 ' ' 1, If T' ' 1. 2 3 .X ,wif is 1 i I , A -A ' 1 - , . ,,,M.-.nf--lie. George Hammer, Florence Groves Ronald Griffin, Melvin Groves have prepared Karen Lockhart, Bill Lord Lacy Lawson, Don Little NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO AE? .sv ...L Shlrley Mansfield Norma Merritt Jane Morgan Marllyn Muller Janice Mosler Larry Mcflafferty Jlm Lowery Bull Lyons Judy Molter Duck Muller Harold McClellan John McLaughl1n t lS C GSS fn 45? Fanry Nusser Carolyn Pelher Ann Porter Ronald Pnttenger lrvun Nrswander Harold Pnggue Verne Purkey James Ramsey Q NY ""I7 asf ll ww Dennls Reeves Julia Richard Jlm Rowan Marlene Schnntzler Pat Smith Lorna Shultz Duck Relss Richard Rothgeb Ken Russell Rudy Schoendorff Carl Shultz Marlon Slmpson o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Jerry Steunman Pat Soa s David Snyder Davxd Sp OOl'19l' Manlyn Stewart Jo Ann Stout Jeanette Tunks Sylvna Sylvester Tom Stewart Jlm Swnnehart Jam Tucker Ronnne Thompson hs to become Semors Barbara Wagner Beverly Walsh Shirley Vltt Charlene Vogel Jo Lynn Watts Mary Wells Peter Turk Larry Vltt 'fvvm Shlrley Wldmer Harold Wolfelt Joanne Wyans Charles Young Sue Flemming Emma Hall Craig Wlllls Dwlght Werner Al Zexgler Sheridan Zimmerman Duane Zuern 46 QM . l 'Q f. J' xg' ll X 1 ' , l ' , , ' I I l , ll 3 Ii, o 404 S 'El P 'i '-" 4,714 L ff A " ,U 7 kiwi ' 3 X K1 wf 'L , fl - D, y , x ...H i Q 1 1 Q. M3 ,.. A I -K V fu wv 5 . Y Jinx? n, 5 i 1 fPRELI'TlEST 1 P55 Don BH-Ie Shiljey Widmer 'Z x My 1" Jlm Sylvia BIGGEST FLIRT Norman Knisley Janice Moiser I BEST Pete Jo Lynn as 4 wx Betty 51" o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Class of Nineteen Hundred and F ifty-F our PRESIDENTS Hubert Landers, lan Wetherill PRESIDENTS s,c,7X Never hesitate to move on ahead. The next years are years you will always remem- ber. Your class has proved it can hold its place among the best. 'X if t.,,.,- ,Q A lack Housley, john Slusser 48 L 1 ul' I Af 14. D SJ 'Li . - nl 2" I The fzrst year Lela Burch Barbara Boyd Ollve Brant Gerald Berry Eddue Bradner P pave Carol Dlsler Marilyn Doe Bull Dye, Dave Flllhart Bull Emmert NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO JG 4.-7 Marlene Aungst Beverly Alllson Joyce Banks Morllyn Beck Don Althauser Jim Arwood Rlchard Beach Marulyn Beers Ed Balsat Chuck Beamer Donna Crawford Ella Davnson Roger Dav1d Duane Davis Blll DeSl'letler Hazel Floyd Margaret Flttro Manlyn Foster, Jlm Flemung Sharon Frankenfleld Bernlce Crawford Ronald Cole David Cole Floyd Cole Edward Burk lr Marilyn Fraver Barbara Geiger Darlene Fruth, Suzy Galr Eddne Gardner 49 I :Q ' Q13 K 1' .A K 0 , l 'l l ' f We f - 5 V, ? xg an Q , .- , Vw Q' if I V I I I I 1 f 5 ,1. ' A 4 9 -C K f . A ' :L K Hn: 5 . , , V- - ' ' s , -" - . ff' . , vf fa I al, R,-5 - - jf K ,- , 'V .- X A .ln F 4' , X . I 1 ' I l , 4 , I , , 4 3 , A . I"-f V, 1 N , ,fx , it V, Vx K I B I il, x ' fa ,V L3 G 1 s Q 2 1 ' ' f- 1' E 5 54 l X . I . . I . . ' I I l o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL of high school Sharon Harris Carollne Hull Donna Haase Lols Hole Janet Hlcks Roger Horns Claure Hanley Beverly Hade Jack Hows Ronald Harden Wanetto Hlrsch Janette Hoffman Gary Hollenbaugh Mary Holloway Larry Hollenbaugh Jlm Johnson Bernard Kinney LoFaun Keckler Brll Keckler Joyce Klsslung 50 Ruth Hottensteln Jack Housley Donna Glngerlck Don Gregory Dave Hottenstenn Jack Jackman Max Groves Bob Goddard Bob Hunker Mlrlam Graves M...-P' Ethel Kranz Sharon Lannmg Betty Lelnlnger Linda Luckey Hubert Landers Shxrley Koons Dean Llttle Jerry Leeson Melvin Leedy Bull Lund -H .J .. S D , , I I J WW 59 1 y 51. y 1 .. , M f ' ft- J' V Q L K Q V - 5, ' '5 3 w , A , , M M , 4 by A I l , 1 - , , s 4 ,Q , , , sf , 1 9, . L ,,,, - , - ,a M , . . J A "f ' .A l, 4 l l '1 .gi f' e A Y '- . . - av- , . I , . . - I, ' 's , V . 'V ' -W AC ' Y W. O R ' , rw . , , , , , , NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO olds many memories Carol Luman, Janet Marks Carol Miller, Norma Miller Jim Matthews, Bill Messenger George Moore, Ann McDonel Peggy Merrell David McClung Barbara Phillips, Lila Ogle Barbara Phipps, Georgia Pohlman Phyllis Rader, Marvalene Reynolds David Overmire, Sally Painter Bob Radcliff, Lenora Prowant Bill Ramsey, Carol Restemyer Carl Nye Bill Pullom Ranny Reinhard Pat Rhoad, Ruth Ridge Wilmci Sheridan, Carol Smith Howard Smith, Dorothy Smith Marlene Schell, Don Richard Don Senn, John Slosser Dick Smith, Lowell Souder Mary Riser Frank Scott Gary Snyder 51 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL for the Sophomores. Sandra Swartz, Nancy Swaim Carol Statler, Barbara Statler Katie Trumpler, Dorothy Tucker Dean Thompson, Alberta Stone Bob Statler, Janet Stearns Pat Thornton, Wesley True Arlene Stout Ray Stein Luberta Treadwell 7 I Jesse Tucker, Doris Underwood Barbara Welsh, Nancy Wendt Barbara Williams, Shirley Yoder Carol Vogel, Walt Turner Alice Weber, Jan Wetherill Joan McClellan, Jim Woodland Jim Ward Betty Wentz Ervin Woodruff, Wilbur Zimmerman 52 NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO Class of Nineteen Hundred and F ifty-F ifve HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS K. Beamer, I. Henry, M. MacArthur HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS M. Werner, D. Saliers, D. Earlie The Freshmen have shown during the past year great courage, leadership, and coop- eration which makes Them an outstanding class. 53 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL E Kathy Beamer, Deanna Aungst Carolyn Bower, Pat Burdett Janis Conley, Janice Clinger Susan Bender, Charles Banks Jaynis Clark, Junior Bethel Jerry Cook, Jim Conley Don Baker, Charles Adams Doug Cameron, Gene Bollinger Gordon Cockrell, Wayne Cook Junior hugh ,ff Carol Creeger, Martha Davis Betty Doster, Edith Dull Marilyn Dicken, Heth Corl George Dieterle, Harold Dunfee Audrey Dauterman, Betty Crosby Marvin Drake, Donald Doe Mildred Durst, Carol Dunn Connie Fisher, Jack Fillhart Nancy Fruth, Charlotte Gamble Joyce Elsea, Helen Erbland Don Frankfather, Jo Etzinger Marcella Gardner, Dorothy Freese Maynard Eatherton, Fritz Eatherton Harold Faust, Vern Evers Dick Fruth, Floyd Gamby 54 'mf f H Gene Graves Jlm Gonyer Roger Goodale Duck Gnllespne Tom Good James Graves I' oaq Janice Hull Charles Jackson Amelia Johnson Eldon Horner Bob Kung Raymond Jackson if W-ik. M Mltzl McArthur Jlm McClung Mary Moore Duck McCubbln John Mllls Dave Morgan N I NETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO '5 Shirley Hendricks Vlrgmla Hlll Shirley Gufherle Krlstm Harley Dale Hull Jane Henry Arlene Harruson Don Greek Darwln Hoffman Kay Hlser Joyce Gwlner Don Hauser ln past, Jlm Lambrlght Janet Lambrlght Jack Lozler Dorene Manecke Jean Koons Jnm l osey "" Ja' Sylvia Mullm Paul Myers Jo Ann Page Darlene Peeler Wilma Nlswender Adolph Netzel Carol Price Duane Pnerce Douglas Nlswander Bull Olnver Danny Pelton Ernest Plggue 55 Y f , ' , X . E ,I l I ' b 1 L , ,, .M . K 1 . i 4'- l I . D U I I I I I I I . ,,. - - , . I K "K o l , .L 4 1 l s ,V ' X J I , J 'f . 'K I I . I , . I I - . N A, -r 2 I N 2 I A if . W df f 'I 4 1 . M V -kim is K ff ,fe 32 gag Q i I fn . .- -fsrjixgf " - :iff ' , - 4 V -E , , If v Af -ev 4 - 1 J xx' , 71 " . A u r 5 , Q r 'Q 'elf wr li ' ' ,, 4' y ,I Q' 1. I I 1 I I I I 1 , 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 15? ,Uhr ,XM Joyce Purdy, Sharon Radcliff Judy Rinehart, Jack Runion Nancy Sanders, Don Saliers Ruthanne Reiter, Bill Radcliff Joyce Risser, Duane Riser Alice Smith, Kenneth Smith Howard Richards, James Rees Joe Roper, Don Rothgeb Bob Shaw, Willie Smith 13' Mi. Semor high future. Geraldine Snyder, LeRoy Stewart Shirley Stocker, Jo Thomas Joan Stewart, Jerry Stewart Susan Stone, Dora Thompson Jim Stevens, Dick Snider Ronald Stoddard, Linda Tunks -1 iut' Q K lllf' 5 - gf fi? , f ,I fi V' Helen Wagoner, Anita Walker Ruby Weiker, Melvin White Shirley Wyans, Christina Young Marilyn Walsh, Bill Vitt Paula Wentz, Dick Widmer Shirley Young Barbara Turner, Duane Vogel Mike Werner, Larry Wetherill 56 N I NETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO Seventh and Eighth Grades EIGHTH GRADE PRESIDENTS FIRST ROW: R. Middleton, S. Beach. SECOND ROW: R. Deuper, P. Reinhard, D. Miller. 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Another step forward By now the eighth graders are becoming old timers here. Their beginning success spells out the future success of this class. Good luck, kidsl Eighth Grade 330 ROW l: Heiserman, Mc- Cracken, Homer, Doe Thompson, Law, Nominee Marvin, Potts, Wagner. ROW 2: Gorrill, Fettro, Wal- termeyer, Crosby, Scott Beach, Goodale, Reiss Adams, Doll, Jackson, ROW 3: Vogel, Swihart, Carman, Harthway, Smith, Basehore, Balsat, Alford, Geiger, Jeakle, Rutherford, Brown, Martin, Lombardy. 1 1 1 1 58 l 322 ROW l: Staple, Goebel Ward, Eatherton, Jordan Doe, Boyd, Lind, Gardner McCarley. ROW 2: Baker, Criss Vanderhoft, Lambert, Miller Hirsch, Flowers, Swartz baugh, Stocker, Mears Huth, Schmitz. ROW 3: Turner, Rausch Smith, Porter, Adams, Sny der, Butler, Nixon, McPher son, Hartman, Sigler, Russel 1 1 1 1 1 218 ROW I: Call, Mc- Cullough, Snyder, Powell, McCullough Borkosky, Walsh, Lu- man, Phipps, Jones Row 2: schaif, Tur- ner, Bauman, Saubers, Siegchrist, Fincher, Smith Puh Crow I Q 1 ' ford, Masel, Frederick ROW 3: Swartz, Endi- cott, Painter, Flinker Glaser, Earl, Burrell Allspaugh, Smith Pugh, Creeger. 332 ROW l: Volkmer Senn, Gerlinger, Nei- kirk, Hossler, New- comer, Matz, Blase, Stevenson Bo d Blase, 1 Y 1 Murphy. ROW 2 Gorrill, McLaughlin, Bixler, Niswender Smith, Layton, Kiss- ling, Dalton, Perry Gregory, Whitney Richardson. ROW 3 Hunker, Graber Hoyer, Harris, Henry Hattendorf, Pullins, Berkmire, Johnson Rothgeb, Stover, Op- perman. 1 1 1 1 1 NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 216 ROW l: Nominee, Bomer, Ziegler, Fill- hart, Shiflet, Walker, Beil, Burch, Barringer, Hammer. ROW 2: Stout, Fox, Vogel, Phillips, Rhine, Bartch- lett, Thaxton, Layton, Kiser, Williams, Sack- ett. ROW 3: Geren, Snyder, Frederick, Dolch, Burdick, Sayre, Schmitz, Allison, Kim- ble, Jackson, Horner, Wagner, Seaman. 59 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Flrst year memorles are 06 ROW l Lee Cockrelr Cobb Slusser Boyd Nesbett Messenger Lewus Reeve Brown ROW 2 Bower Stone e Iugan Straus Fruth Beam Belgh Clark Aungst House holder Marshall Mul ln ROW 3 Sm: h M ler Middleton y Marshall u knecht Van Sant Smith Smith Sulllvan McClellan Seventh Grade You are beglnnung a journey youll never forget Many happy times are an store for you Work hard to make these years the best years of your Ite Best of luck from the class of 60 ROW l Beach Beach Carmer Burk Shaver Tarrls Muller Peters Thomas ROW 2 Myers Prowant Jack son Jackson Ta madge Runlon Fhale Phllllps Dleter ROW 3 Brookman Lorah Delter Shank m mons Soals Keckler Jackson Orendorff C O . . . , l . '52l I Z I I , , , , , , , - A 1 , , M I , , 1 , , I I - . I I , - I . 2 t, il , ' , Carter, Powell, Knise- l , , G t- . I . , I , , , 331 5 I , - , h , , , , , I I - I l I I- . . I . I I , . 2. , , , , E - , , , , . 215 ROW 1: Barkley, Bid- dle, Goebel, Gingerick, Ebersole, Fittro, Bou- man, Wagner, Fillhart, Fry, Dull, Flicker. ROW 2: Cole, Elter, Fruth, Colavecchio, Jackson, Ebersole, Wilson, Arrance, Decker, Davison, Co- burn, Bickel. ROW 3: Browing, Beltz, Banks, Cook, Davis, Cover Simmons, Fittro, Beigh, Richard, Foster, Davis, Crosby, Deuble. 1 NINETEEN HUNDRED FlFTY-TWO 0 many for this class. 217 ROW 1 : Paxson, Grif- fin, McPherson, Moon- ey, Greene, Krupp, Miller, Kranz, Kenner, Lester, Henry. ROW 2: Heilman, Harris, lmmel, Hitchcock, Hunker, Peters, Low- ery, Keller, Harden, Kroetz, Jones, Guth- rie, DeVore. ROW 3: Kiser, Helms, Page, Martinez Nida I Y, Gregory, Morrison, Masamer, Gloss, Guth- rie, Jones, Dennis, Hossler, Johnson, Paxton. l l 333 ROW 1: Spangler, Zickefoose, Thomas, Steck, Shultz, Wood- ruff, Russel, Woodruff, Reinhard, Roth, Pratt, Scott. ROW 2: Wood- ruff, Wilson, Smith, Rowe, Stocker, Young, Sigler, Stagger, Roper, Sherlock, Szaller, Rees. ROW 3 : Wa rren, Wagner, Thompson, Ramsey, Edwards, Welsh, Cahill, Zeigler, Shellaberger, Snyder McDonald, Porter Reiss, Pullom, Zender' 61 il' :LL gm, 115, SPCRTS o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL FHS FHS FHS FHS ......... 27 FHS ........, Zl FHS ......... i9 FHS ,........ i9 FHS ......... l 3 FHS. ........28 SEASON'S RECORD Shelby .............. .... Port Clinton ............ ' Fremont ......... Marion ...... Tiffin ............. Bowling Green Defiance .......... Toledo Woodward .... Findlay ............ ffff COACH Down A Dick Small . . ihV k , 64 Dick Tate and Duane Stromon ROW l: R. Reinhart, C. Dible, D. Sprow, D. Tate, D. Stroman, C Miller, J. Machir, B. Jackson. ROW 2: J. Bauer, C. Peggs, C. Bauman D. Dauterman, S. Stearns, B. Bruggemann, R. Angles, J. Porter, W True. ROW 3: L. McCafferty, R. Schoendorf, C. Hanley, K. Russell G. Echelberry, J. Tucker, J. Dauterman. ROW 4: Mr. Showkeir, L Lawson, R. Stein, L. Hollenbaugh, B, Goddard, J. Arwood, R. Griffin B. Messenger, Mr. Small. C0-CAPTAI NS 1 nf 334. rl 'iw COACHING STAFF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO I i the field James Showkeir, Dick Small. Lester Van Sant, Art Wilson, Lyle Gainsley. Q ROW l: R. Griffin, L. Lawson, R. Schoendorf, L. Mc- Cafferty, K. Russell, J. Dauterman, J. Tucker. ROW 2 B. Goddard, W. True, C. Hanley, B. Messenger, L Hollenbaugh, J. Arwood, R. Stein, D. Althauser, G. Echelberry. ROW 3: J. Swinehart, J. Matthews, B Radcliff, D. Fillhart, R. Beach, D. Hottenstein, E. Balsat, Mr, Showkeir. MANAGERS Q glilfid gpg: D. Hiser, S. Zimmerman, D. Senn, F. Glaser, P. Thorton X BILL BRUGGEMANN Guard BERNARD JACKSON Fullback CLAIR DIBLE End STUART Tackle ffm JIM JOHNSON Halfback rf RED AND BLACK ANNUAL RED AND BLACK ANNUAL COACH Ubcnw 44-wwbt l Art Wilson BASKETBALL A basket, a basket, STANDING: Goddard, Stearns, Adler, Arwood, Tate, Tucker, Landers, Johnson, lPeggs, absenti. CENTER: Thompson, Murphy. RECORD FHS ...,..L.. ....... 3 6 Toledo Macomber 39 co-CAPTAINS FHS ......... ....... 5 5 Sandusky ...............A.. 54 FHS ......... ....... 5 l Mansfield ...,.....,........ FHS ......... ....... 5 l Fremont .................... FHS .....,... ,...... 50 Bowhng Green .......... FHS ,..,...., ....... 4 2 Marion ..,.......... FHS ........, ....... 3 8 Bellevue ....... FHS .,....... ....... 3 4 Tiffin ,....,., FHS ,........ ....A., l 9 Findlay ......... FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS Fremont ........... Bowling Green , ..,...,, ....... 4 4 Marion ......... . ,.....,45 Lima Central .......4l Tiffin .......43 Findlay Tate, M u rphy Cl basket, boys! NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO COACHING STAFF Lester Bohyer, Art Wilson, Dick Small, Ralph Boroff. R E s E R v E s Q u A D Nye, McCafferty, Keckler, Drake, Berry, Wetherill Thornton. Lind. MANAGERS Braden, Gary, McCafferty. These are the boys that open the show on Friday nights. Their driving spirit has made them a winning team this year. Going on in basket- ball they are sure to put FHS. in the win column. , kW. rw? ff FW I I Q., 7, in , p5,:':' gf T' Q ' i .4 Q V J,-1 , ' 1 , K -s 5 as ,tri unwii N185 if J, IZA' 1 F .4 ,,v ??' em Ks sm" .. I I CIyPyH yPI Shf ITM I'1II N I NETEEN HUNDRED EIFTY-TWO VARSITY CHEERLEADERS STANDING: Adams, Peeler, Boas. SITTING: Aulfr, Loe, Anderson. RS RESERVE CH EERLEADE ehcrt, Erblond, Tucker, Swaim, Conley. IUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS I 75 76 WRE TLI G SQUAD ROW l: Bauer, Porter, Smith, Jackson, Miller, Spangler, Dauterman. ROW 2: Twells, Bruggemann, Althauser, Emmert, True, Boyd, Burch, Davis. ROW 3: Zeigler, Housely, Lowery, Sayre, Dolch, Vitt, David. The wrestling squad in the last few years has come into the limelight. We can be very proud of these young grapplers who have turned in five wins which winds up an unde- feated season. The boys have won matches against Lima Central, Van Buren, and Clay. Congratulations, fellows, and best of luck in the future years. COACH and CAPTAIN Miller, Mr. Showkeir COACHING STAFF J XXVEQI 'WK N, , " N, z Wihqv -as .L ' .. 5 .si 'i iff! F Y 5- - ye f I ku i Art Wilson, O. E. Smith Q , , ,- A, qi? ,. w. 3' K' ' iv , K K N ' 3 3 is K 5 .. s T .- 4 ' L .r al kk v ie, ' 1 , ,M . r X x it f- 5 F x r ,W A NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO TRACK .,,, . A vARslTY sQuAo MANAGERS THQ SgW'i? ox""""""""'r 9.1 if Pullom Mt il 124 Blllnard Ferguson 'lim ' A Q M I in 'Q - Q 5 K, F U , MX M "Wf,'r "" 7"' " t . F"F :,F, - , Y ,' if " , fo L' ff f L ,,.. Q, 2 E x X - -XV ,, hx H A ' ' ' f,f???5f QS , J .2 Keg, E X 3 A at-1 Y ' - 3 I , A' -v Q , -KL' , - W A ,W mg 7 ' -f ' ' ,, 1"-,Liy ,,'fft4'f2.,,Uh: T'f2fQ37Ei5 I I . I T . kr Q b 9' 1 , V Q W W u ,eb ' A - Q? , nr 1 in W-1 'af gi, , iF F , r , i fs- F . FF A Q V on T fl .Z.A '- F ,Z s Q.. 1 D K' Q 'rw' ' . ' 1,1 Y' AMW . Row 1. Lynn, Radcliff, Tucker, Matthews, Steinman, Gear Row 2. Emmert, Hottenstein, Lowry, Hollenbaugh, Miller, Hollenbaugh ROW 3. Keckler, Jackman. Arwood. Tucker, Schoendorff, Jackson x 77 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL 78 FOOTBALL Clair Dible Clair Dible was voted by the team as the most valuable football player. Clair is a senior and possesses two letters in football. His posi- tion on the team was end. Clair was a very good de- fensive player and a great backer. WRESTLING Bernard Jackson Bernard Jackson was voted by the team as the most valuable wrestler. Bernard is a senior and a two-letter man in this sport. Because of his undefeated season and the record set in the Findlay Tournament, and the two quickest pins on record, gives him an out- standing record. VALUABLE fsrtifii- .- ' igflwgag 'tewfis ,,.e..::': , kt- 'Lazio . i J' ' 1... -,f.. -..liar ig 3 . . ..-, I Q ifi' 93 r'- i f , : fx . ,M 3 ii' sn? . . as . 5 . ., . si -'L--...H e. . . 1' . Q .. .ne .. . . vs.mf,H,2Ja, we 'tszgi f -M ,..f X Se-4P'iif 1356 2 fiiflt ,.. 'ii571???wEE Q in f? ' " ei ei. fe Qs 1 as fe st,--W...'f5 ,sagem-,. GH mv.,...fep a' eq., .ff . .J . Z.. if "': -,, r Q 2 i ff. EF . 9 Q 2 4 .si . .. ko 'li' 4. i 'U , x XMI x 7 lv . f TRACK Dick Tate Q59 ,ni ' 51 . K, ..., Q.. rigffweiels. .. . ., rr we-isQq5 ,,.,... 1 gre K 1' it 2 S W PLAYER BASKETBALL Jim Tucker The basketball team voted Jim Tucker as the most val- uable player. He is a junior and has two letters. Jim dis- played his ability to get points throughout the sea- son and proved himself-an asset to the team. The most valuable man on the track squad is Dick Tate. He is a senior and 0 four-letter man in track. He has shown great ability as a point-getter all four years. His specialties are the high jump and discus throw. He has set stadium records in Marion, Tiffin, and at home in these two events. s , f SW . M17 1: 1. Q - .f -' 'V' 453, ,, f f - N x . ' 'jgi.Xg'x, 1 Y' T::E --'g N x wifi, fix - X Mfigf: . T ,K gig Sega ' X - N , -Q , . --ff X' ZX - FS - Q f 4 YX i 5 3 x . 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A 3 l A P: 1 l 3 Y ,. ,ch ,K -g.7,xAbll:, ,-Y : i"6.i',.'-- ,fisfuk V Tx my ff h, if ES A ' S W3 sp 1 f , : kv H A I Hifi A Qu, - A snappy and peppy bunch of kids turn out to the games to add the strains of marching music. The half-time shows this year were ones never to be forgotten especially The Freedom Show after the Findlay football game. Keep up the good work! , .V ,M NWN i nf K , . .. c , . Q, fx-wp , . fffyi 44 S-Wi, .M 14 ' 'i w -gi, DIRECTOR .ff R l Isl i 'gf Richard Downs ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Wil? Ruth Slatterbeck PEP BAND s NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO o Notes, notes, DRUM MA1oR and MA1oRE1'TEs - I 'PQ A 1 - 5 - b XX ' 'L lil A - 'X I' I . S 5 ' 1 ' r-" ' I 2 ff . rf -,Sr I 1 M ll 7 Vitt, Wagner, Pohlman, Doe DANCE BAND , ' I S.. 'f , A 2 f I 'Q Ki-I xr: X' ROW l: Snyder, Douterman, Gregory, Burk, Rowan. ROW 2: Kisabeth, Stateler, Dauterman, Willis, Spooner, Hessey, Eckert. DIXIELAND BAND 5 ROW l: Firestine, Arwood, Snyder, Dicken. Dauterman, Gregory, Spooner, Snyder, Kisabeth, Caldwell, ROW 2: True, Spooner, Eckert, Dalton, Dauterman, Kisa- Eckert. beth, Gregory, Burk, Rowan, Russell. 8I t u.f., 0 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL all happy notes. ORCHE TRA , . Q b 4 If Gr 1 VIOLINS: Richard, Graham, Kiebel, Mansfield, Saliers, Restemyer, Phipps, Zeyen, Luckey, Smith, Thompson, Reiss Messenger, Ault, Reiter, Whitney, Perry, Hattendorf, Evans Cahill, Gregory. VIOLAS: Clark, Leuck, Rausch. CELLOS! Davis, Williams, Dalton, Middleton. BASSES: Eckert, Lay- ton. FLUTES: Dicken, Bender, Stewart, Dicken. OBOES Q 4l..l...i 1 o ,....-ni Miller, Smith. BASSOON: Porter, Krupp. CLARINETS: Dauterman, Dalton, Firestine. SAXOPHONES: Kisabeth, Clark, Vitt. TRUMPETS: Gregory, Burk, Rowan. HORNS: Bise, Peggs, Reinhard, Matz. TROMBONES: Spooner, Hes- sey, Snyder. TYMPANI: Arwood. PERCUSSION: Wade, Snyder, Hale, Hummel. PIT ORCHE TR ROW l: Bender, Dicken, Firestine, Graham, Richard, Restemeyer. ROW 2: Snyder, Kisabeth, Dalton, Dauterman, Saliers, Gregory, Burk, Rowan, Spooner, Layton. urphy Dau- Vit beth, M 4.1 O Ln S2 an u.u IZ O J: Lx. O X 41 cn L. JP GJ -A-f U 4-f th E C. U E s. GJ -I- -C. U in 3 ez L -Q11 LJ N. 4- O E EU .Q EJ Burk, CJ I! an, Row 99957 rt, Dauterm HORNS: Reinhard, Emme I-4 CD Ste- en, ck Di cken, Bender, Dalton. :Di ES FLUT U .I ,LU 4- L.. U 3 C. O 4- D-Q E L0 L. CD E Ln O an O Burk, : Gregory, y. ETS EE O Su I L li E Q. pc, J U s. EJ ards, ch Ri GJ m m 3 EZ Eckert, -6 o o E fi 05 uJ E I-8 U1 BARI BAS key, TYM PER Hu h. Porter, Krupp, nf I E C3 ,Q 0 C 4- m . KD .E Ll.. cm E L GJ 4. :s a CJ umm 23 525 nnLJ lla G U 2 'EE EZ ..J3 uf L U ED L. a Z JI Q. LCE D.. -J IB' J! m .C.I U 41 L o LTC! L U LJ Cf" o 4-' da?-5 3:31 B.: 4' an, MCC Hauser, nr O M 1? D. uv cv L5 e Gerlinger, L. CD :T an UI C 75 L: L CD P O A- U 3 L P- 'S .9 ct L L az 2 C5 C 3 38 T9 E E 4 v E BZ an U7 5 U I ui CD L. 01 2 UD an yder, Sn Y, ha rd CD Ln in ID JI L. Eu. C O O cn in L!-I IZ CJ an Q52 Ill TRO Hole, Snyder, , S ood. Wade, z --o Ei fi a. E 9.-' TJ um P'- .E O. x. 3 E ui E .9 3 71 U1 :D 6 af In 2 m S ED L?'E C LJ m L .X L c LJ m .c .2 LL . .NZ x. D.3 m m .2 01 . cu 2 E X. L. IZ 's Z L-. U m LD E Us rl lmpson. U1 UIC' .E O RED AND BLACK ANNUAL RED AND BLACK ANNUAL by participating music students. MIXED CHORUS BUYS' GCTETTE Carr, Porter, Spooner, Hessey, Loe, Rowan, M phy CI k. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 FCRMAL CHOIR CONCERT OLD GRADS An outstanding musical event ot the ,year was the formal concert presented by SQUARE DANCERS BEGUINE DANC DOUBLE OCTETTE the choir and choir alumni. Fifty three alumni were present and joined with the choir in singing "The Battle Hymn". The program also featured jim Murphy and Carol Restemeyer playing Rachmaninoff's two piano composition "Tears" with choral background, and "Begin the Beguine" with Dick Clark, Mary Lou Miller, Clark Miller and Nancy McArthur doing the dance. A capacity audience proclaimed the concert osuccess. ERS T spizfllii 7' f ee 'ni RED AND BLACK ANNUAL School Play CAST Jim Lambright Jack Losier .,,. Janice Clinger Barbara Geiger .... Danny Earlie ...... Nancy Fruth Jerry Steinman Dennis Reeve Nadine Matthews John Eckert ........ .......Jackie ........Dan .....,..Lillian ......Ernestine ..........Fred ........Martl'1a ............BiIl .........Larry ...........Anne ..............Frank Rodney Sullivan .... ........ D r, Burton Lou Anne Evans ....... ............. M iss Brill Nancy Scheidhauer ....... Mrs. Gilbreth Gene Hessey ....... Ronny Loe ....... Helen Miller .....Mr. Gilbreth Scales Mrs. Fitzgerald Cheaper By The Dozen" Lights I S TUDENT A lice eww f7 DIREC TOR Ys Senior Class Play vs 1 vt SWDEN 9,01 NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 f' lie. Sw . ,X 5 l , to Won "Good Housekeeping" sv ' ' ROdneNl Curtain! if " CAST -H ' Marian Burnett ............ Nancy Scheidhauer Charles Burnett ................,..... Gene Hessey Christine Burnett ....... ...... C heryl Firestine Edward West ......... Katy Burnett ....... Nat Kahn ........ Jim O'Neal ......, Mrs. Benson ...... Cheerleaders ......,.. ........Clark Miller ......,..AIice Brown .....,...Dick Clark ,......Duane Stroman ......Lou Ann Evans .......Jnnnice Wagner Carol Colwell Jo Ann .Jackman Edna Boas Mary Ann Krouse o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL elf' Ys ... 51 NAN fl 1 ' ,f,:X 55' if3" T 'L'- .. , , , J tg JJJQQ4-Al" . . ' ':1q,',,f xofdon geivl AQQ-1 Ywgefgwzlkkhif. ,- QRQQGQQKQ,-W - f L "1AuY?Jiivx ' Junior Class Pla "Night of January 16tl1" CAST Dick Reiss ............................ Clerk of Court Sheridan Zimmerman .......... Elmer Sweeney Julia Richard .......................... Karen Andre Jack Dauterman .... Defense Attorney Stevens Barbara Harper ...................... His Secretary Barbra Fletcher ........ Roberta Van Renselaer Shelomith Corl .................... Magda Svenson Rudy Schoendortf ............ Homer Van 'Fleet Tom Arwood .. ..,...........,.........Ballitf Craig Willis ............... Judge Heath James Braden ........................ Larry Regan Marilyn Stewart ..... Nancy Lee Faulkner Irene Ault ..,................................. Secretary Jim Rowan .............. District Attorney Flint Jack Harris ............ John Graham Whitfield John Eckert . .,..................... Sigurd Junquist Sue Flemlng .................. Mrs. John Hutchins Karen Lockhart Dick Rothgeb .. Kay Kei fter ...... Skeeter Gar y .... Dave Snyder ..... Gordon Gear .... ...........Jane Chandler Kirkland ..,....Stenographer .......,..,.Policeman .......2nd Policeman ........Court Attendant Action! First Place The Play SOPHOMORE cl.Ass KC JJ A Date for Bobby Sox Bobby Sox ..........., Linda Luckey Harold .............. Charles Beamer Margie ................ Marilyn Foster Mrs. Hanna..Mary Lee Holloway Mr, Hanna .............. Gary Snyder Director..: ........... Louanne Evans Ass't. Director ........ Janet Hicks NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 1uNloR cl.Ass "Ghost for Rent" Bud Richards ............ Jim Rowan Jane Fox ................ Betty Jordan Aggie Fox .......... Joy Bartchlett Sylvester .................. Jack Harris Margaret Hastings..Sue Fleming Mary Hastings ........,. Irene Ault Ross ..... - ............. Blaine Hummel Nelia ..........,..... Barbara Harper Gloria .............. Barbara Fletcher Director ........ Nadine Matthews Ass't. Director .... Jo Lynn Watts G E-ACT PLAYS Second Place o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL SENIOR CLASS 'The Pink Dress" Mr. Willard ............ Clark Miller Mrs. Willard ..... . .... Helen Miller Cora .............. Rachel Van Tassel Miss Dennis .... Jo Ann Jackman Policeman ............ Kenny Rausch Director ....... ........ A lice Brown has begun! 94 DRAMATICS ADVISER Wilma Shafer Thrall FRESHMAN CLASS "There Comes A Time" Mrs. Crane .... Mr. Crane ...... .......Ann Dennis .John Mills Patricia Craneiijoan Stewart Elaine ............... Catherine ...... .. Susan ................ Stinky ......,.. Peewee ....... ...,.Janis Conley Betty Davison ..Kathy Beamer .......Jim Conley .,......Don Baker Butch ....,...,........... Jim McCIung Director ............ Jannie Wagner Ass't. Director ........ Nancy Fruth I' Q AV va 'yr A ' 5 W ZW figvgk , I ' X ' f NXN, x A fax ax 'J - 11 I W ll ytyfxixxxyx '14 Q 4 if M LL'15l2'-rr' 7 M 745 X Ng X M , X I Ayflvy' ' 4 'X YXX .X ix 'W2 f 'Z ' ,, QW Sw Q , Q N 5 3,4 9, , 1 1 ' -j't',T',, 1,5 ' 'x K Q -1 ' Q - n?1v-xQgJ2f2fff5 5 XQ-X 1 ,sgas -if 'Xf"'f1j?f1fgf?g4gf?' E5f5Ufismf3Qg X ' , 1 Qf r: 'X -fLf?r-E A - x -Nba Q di X Nm+'Hi!fg iggiiiziscsfggqggakiigjm X 'f FEES X P - - s N Q ' , 1 ff Q fi - Eg Ni +A , A wli f'i'fE5kY 'QXS55 btfu w,f- ,il Mqff figi -QEg5n 1-fE X ' 5 ,L ,V I' M 1 V ,, ,A ' W Y ' -N-in Q V ' . f 1 W l 1 Z ' IU-.ml J 'y' X . 1 n!! f f yx x , K , . n A X A '. ' H X ' M K4T , 5 I 1 ANNUAL STAFF E DI TOR I These are the workers! LITERARY HEAD ADVERTISING HEAD joe Kisabeth ASSISTANT EDITOR Marcia Paine Alice Brown STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTO CHAIRMAN I Gene Hessey Clark Miller Bill Bruggemann MANAGING EDITQRS BUSINESS HEAD CIRCULATION HEAD I 5 Nancy McArthur Dick Clark Sharon Anderson john Twells N I NETEEN HUNDRED FI FTY-TWO Midnight oil Aovlssks ADVERTISING STAFF ROW I: Newhouse, Burkhart, Colavecchio, Scheidhauer, Boas. ROW 2: Carr, Harrington, Thrailkill, Miller, Loe. Mr. Gainsley, Miss Moore, Miss Sponsler, Mr. Suter. LITERARY STAFF ART STAFF Greene, Miller, Jackson, Adams, Hicks. ROW I: Calwell, Wagner, Peeler, Graham, Zimmerman. ROW 2: Jackman, Matthews, Fletcher, Evans, Hicks, Dicken. o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL and hard work so BUSINESS STAFF ADVISER l Miss Borbo ro Moore Krouse, McFadden, McArthur, Nordlund, Lonning CIRCULATION STAFF 98 ROW l: Meyers, Neikirk, Flowers, Beers, Carter. ROW 2: Walker, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Adams, Lonning, Krouse. ROW 3: Bise, Leuck, Gair, Billiard, Murphy, Motz, Douter- mon. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-Two EDITOR AND ADVISER JOURNALISM ASSISTANT ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND EDITOR Lockhart, Brown PAC Zimmerman, Miss Moore are behind the students ITORS 4 i Stroman, Steinman, Bender, Paine, Brown, Jackman, Zimmerman. RED AND BLACK ANNUAL COPY EDITORS EXCHANGE EDITORS V ,, G l Adams' Gm hom Scheidhauer, Wagner ADVERTISING AND CIRCULATION MANAGERS of these groups. I Erbland, Fletcher, Colwell IOURNAL REPORTERS E ROW I: Calwell, Erbland, Fletcher, Peltier, Adams, Ander- son, Carr, Rowan, Bruggemann, Snyder. ROW 2: Wagner, Graham, Mosier, Williams, Myers, Phil- lips, Evans, Barber, Merrell, Trumpler, Sheridan. I00- l NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO NATIONAL HO OR OLD MEMBERS NEW MEMBERS ROW l: Murphy, Thrailkill, Stroman. ROW l: Zimmerman, Evans, Fletcher, Hicks, Flowers, Richards, ROW 2: Miss Grine, Adams, Brown, Bender, Anderson. Erbland, Watts. ROW 2: Firestine, Bruggemann, Stearns, Hessey, Paine, Graham, Dicken. ROW 3: Peeler, Peggs, Spooner, Rowan, Willis, Tucker, Eckert, Kisabeth. OFFICERS AND ADVISER Leadership and Responsibility T Dautermcgnggghecisgtqlxjlr,B:x2x:n'Caldwell, ROW l: Graft, Beach, .Erbland, Dauterman, McArthur, Bruggemann, Brown, Miller. ROW 2: Middleton, Hammer, Homer, Earlie, Landers, Beers, Beamer, Henry, McArthur, Thrailkill. ROW 3: Weiner, Saliers, Nixon, Tucker, Lawson, Wetherill, Housley, Slosser, Reinhard, Bickel, Gregory. o W ITT U Ze Z U w 1- Ze 0 K 3' Z Z C' Je r' PIO-M Zm41bI0 HI-Y make up the foundation "f"'5 K 5 ROW l: Miller, Gair, Gregory, Stroman, Loe, Carr, Bruggemann. ROW 2: Tate, Hessey, Rausch, Bauer, Sullivan, Stearns, Porter, Kisabeth. ROW 3: Sprow, Jackson, Twells, Peggs, Clark, Murphy, Thrailkill, Mr. Siekeres. l02 wm41b:n b0mZO ROW l: Turk, Dauterman, Gear, Willis, Burch, Arwood. ROW Z: Krupp, Spooner, Braden, Harris, Steinman, Rowan, Purkey, ROW 3: Echelberry, Hiser, Gary, Hauser, Russell, Tucker, Drake, Knisley, Mr. Zuber, NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO or our school clubs. I'-OZCOO -4 -I ROW I Huff De Shetler True Emmert Messenger Ward Wetherlll ROW 2 Thornton McCIung Arwood Stateler Remhard Snyder Hottenstenn Beamer ROW 3 Lund Slosser Gardner Smith Jackman Housley Zole Cole Turner Mr Van Sant 7,27-ee S9462 ROWI Muller Mr Zuber Mr Slekeres Mr VanSan1' Clark ROW2 Murphy Wlllls Rowan Dauterrnan Spooner ROW 3 Beamer Messenger Wethernll Arwood Stroman 1 1 ., , , , , . , - I , I I I I I I ' Z I I , , , I I , , - - Al -L .avg I A 4 A 7 'W' . . ff-1 j f. S ff I -fm if V r. , .L " 4 l F A , " - n f -' A f- 1 -'v'f ww-J 5 4 S S O ,-r 9,5 -I A f we i' ' ' ,ra ' b I Y M-W- , 2... e X, A , "' ,ff ' ne " W , X N, I , . I or l 5 1, r' : , . , . , . , . : , , , I ' : I I I I ' o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL ROW l: Calwell, Nei- kirk, Scheidhauer, Evans, Fletcher, ROW 2: Wagner, Zimmer- man, Hicks, Ander- son, McArthur, Brown. ROW l Thompson Schnltz ler Shultz Davis McArthur Bender ROW 2 Davison Welsh Kleffer Masler Paine Reynolds Rhodes ROW 3 Muller McClellen McDonel Luckey Beck Trumpler Frankenfleld Peeler Y-TEENS "To build a ROWI Calwell Zimmer man Foster Phipps Fruth Gungerlck ROW 2 Lan nnng Fletcher Jordan Bartchlett Lockhart Krause Beugh Bomer ROW 3 Alluson Greene Shaffer Phnpps Marks Floyd Tread well Tunks 4 f ROW l Crawford Galr Rldge Rrchards McFadden Matthews Anderson Muller ROW 2 Stone Hottensteln Prowant Nusser Thompson Hrser Tucker Boas Evans ROW3 Hade Floyd Henry Wldmer Ault Vogel Wells Fox Merrutt Zmmwh m-f xmqr-M Q , '4 ,K 1, . ,M lr 'Q 2 r, .Wk I A . A umm fellowship of girls." , Y-TEENS B L U E ROW l: Flowers, Hicks, Leuck, Bauman, Dillon Haynes, Dicken. ROW 2 Smith Vo el Porter Watts 1 Q I 1 I Riser, Scheidhauer, Thomp- son, Walker, Holloway ROW 3: Anderson, Kissling Smith, Statler, Zuern Stearns, Statler, Boyd, Frav- er, Hicks. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 Miss Moss, Mrs. Showkeir, Mrs. Weidemann. ROW l: Newhouse, Nis- wander, Wagoner, Banks, Burch, Risser, Neikirk. ROW 2: Wagner, Miller, Peltier, Wagner, VanTassel, Corl, Harper, Barber, Adams. ROW 3: Harris, Fetro, Mol- ter, Pohlman, Miller, Luman, Kranz, Disler, Yoder, Wil- liams, Swaim. l VV H I T E Ur'OC3 17: UJJU 11550 32:52 Org? uw rg - 53930 ar-amnlt . mega ' - n KPOQJ' aa 55m 259-'F' CD -ID .-u-:UwG'1 s"OFuT3 UJ 3' lllgigo GwP33 ROW'3: Myers, Hirsh, Evers Underwood, Groves, MOVQUU Smith, Bise, Hiser. 105 1 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL uucl-D Z0--lnrn-0:u'u l OFFICERS AND ADVISER Reiss, Harrington, Mr. Van Sant, Hat- tendorf, Sullivan. ROW l: McArthur, Brown, Adams, Boyd, Foster, Hicks, Gair, Kranz, Hade. ROW 2: Wendt, Rader, Welsh, Bender, Henry, Erbland, Davison, Watts, Porter, Carn- eron. ROW 3: Swartz, Miller, McDonel, Luman, McArthur, Fisher, Fruth, Elsea, Hirsch, Hill, Eather- ton. ROW 4: Wentz, Hill, Greene, Hicks, Smith, Hull, Niswan- der, Johnson, Stromon, DeShetler, Cole, Lozier. 106 ROW l: Beamer, Reiss, Bauer, Angles, Sullivan, Purkey. ROW 2: Haase, Leeson, Hollenbaugh, Mat- thews, Housley, Lind, David, Messenger Gregory. ROW 3: Groves, Etzinger Echelberry, Spangler Sauder, Hattendorf, Harrington, Dauter- man, Reeves. 1 1 1 Our school clubs OFFICERS AND ADVISER wc:-G -lwb I' ROW l: Williams, Niswander, Zuern, Davis, Beigh, Tucker, Ault, Harper. ROW 2: Brant, Underwood, Brant, Aungst, Prow- ant, Hottenstein, Carl, Gingerick. ROW 3: Wentz, Koons, Pain- ter, Weber, Clary, Wy- ans, Burch, Bomer. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO o rf- have successfully improved OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Flowers, Zimmer- man, Paine, Miss Seibel, Fletcher, Barber, Miss Bixel. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Bomer, Niswander, Zuern, Brant, Miss Hoffman, Ault, Beigh, Mrs. lmm. PIO-V9 PUWZP av . f' ' X55 if ROW l : Erbland, My- ers, Wagner, McFad- den, Zimmerman, Paine, Dicken, Peeler. ROW 2: Flowers, Mo- sier, Smith, Anderson, Watts, Bartchlett, Van Tassel, Fletcher, Col- well. ROW 3: Mans- field, Anderson, New- house, Colavecchio, Harris, Richard, Fletcher, Peltier, Nusser, Vogel. 107 RED AND BLACK ANNUAL OMICRO L MBDA This group of students do a lot of work to make F. H, S.'s dramatics pro- ductions a success. They work on the crews and in the casts. Much credit goes to this dramatic organization. OFFICERS AND ADVISER the personalities LIBR RY STAFF Wagner Adams Mrs. Thrall Matthews Jackman ROW I: Willis, Ward, Weth- erill, Larnbrig ht, Beigh, Davis. ROW 2: Tunks, Reinhort, Harley, Corl, Watts, Yoder Foster, Holloway. ROW 3: Leininger, Rader, Clark, Elsea, Thomas Hirsch, Newhouse, Brant. 1 1 I08 ROW l: Treadwell, Zimmer- man, Riser, Banks, Evers, Burch, Floyd, Fruth, Rhoad, Henry, Widmer. ROW 2: Allison, Underwood, Floyd, Miller, Welsh, Wendt, Rader, Schell, Tucker, Page, Fittro, Marks, Yoder. ROW 3: Smith, Burdett, Ogle, Groves, Lanning, Haase, Wil- liams, Hiser, Thompson, Thomp- son, Peeler, Hoffman, Beck, Disler, Stearns. ROW 4: Beers, Lanning, Crawford, Clary, Schnitzler, Haynes, Keckler, Soals, McDonel, Miller, Doe, Pohlman, Luman, Molter. ROW 5: Fletcher, Erbland, Sylvester, Krouse, Crawford, Stone, Mer- ritt, Vitt, Hemrick, Fox. Shultz, Wells, Fleming, Harris, Wyans, Stout. of our students. NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 GAA OFFICERS AND ADVISER TRAFFIC PATRUL ROW l: Bauman, Twells, Lowery, Manecke, Smith. ROW 2: LaFountoine, Brick- les, Dyer, Spangler, Davis, Stuckey, Boucher. ROW 3: Coburn, Glaser, Kinney, Cooper, Zuern, Mr. Nixon. 109 o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL Do E0 Co Ao ROW l: Mr. Gainsley, Beers, Burkhart, Weiker, Williams. ROW 2: Wilcox, Hattendorf, Harrington. Ring up Cl sale! STUDE T URSES You ll Lwe' ROWI Burkhart Lockhart Keltfer Jordan Futtro ROW 2 Morgan Haynes Stout Henry Smith Merrltt CAFETERIA ST FF Mrs Damon Mrs Brown Daughtery Beamer Wetherlll Stewart Roper McCafferty Myers Aungst H0 Dlsh lt up' , 4 O 3 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 - 5- O 9 K o H' i -fi R 'fr' -, 1- fs ,. ,f 152' 1. B I ,ik - 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 - NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-TWO 0 SENIOR HIGH IUNIOR HIGH HIGH SALESMEN Margie Barber, Bob Stateler Susan Bender ADVISERS Mr. Small, Mr. Smith Mr. Wilson ROW I: Homer, Luman Hammer, Johnson, Richl ards, Watts. ROW 2: Decker, Aungst Henry, Harley, Beamer Ault, Conley. ROW 3: Hauser, Early, Dicken, McArthur, Leuck, I-lottenstein. I95I TROPHY The winner and still champion salesmen, F.H.S.! HIGH SALESMEN Arthur Miller, Junior Morrison Dick Turner HIGH SALESMAN Bob Stateler MAGAZINE CAMPAIG HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES III o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER School ns here agaln Gee dldn t summer go fast? Preview Game Fostorna got off to a good start we beat Wnllard 7 O' ludy was crowned Queen of the Trlbe Ugh' We scalpum Shelby heap much 34 7' Glrls slaved away In classes whsle the boys have an assembly The Y Teens have annual pucnnc at the park The Redmen were on the warpath again We downed Port Clinton 26 8 ROTC assembly for boys only' Remember that huge Fremont pep rally and the clder and dough nuts afterward Mmmmmmm' The Pep rally was to no avall Lady luck was with Fremont 28 O OCTOBER II4 Teachers Introduction assembly Wow' Marlon game 27 27 Oh well a tle IS better than a loss Wha happen? lcensoredl Tlffln 26 FHS 2l Y Teen trlangle meetlngs Ylppee' Teachers meeting no school' Redmen travel to Defiance They brlng home the bacon with a l9 O wun From Bach to Boogle assembly George johnson planlst Oh that story book endnng of the FHS Woodward game We made It In the flnal mnnutes l9 l3 Mom and Dad invade our Alma Mater Wonder uf the teachers had as much trouble with them as they do wuth us? junlor and Sensor personality poll NOVEMBER Fandlay 7 FHS 28 We did It before and we can do It agann' Y Teens have a very successful neighborhood Conference Chonr has cllnnc wuth Professor Dnercks from OSU Then the chorr went to Ada for a concert Drstract Hr Y Conference Thanksguvrng Assembly given by the chonr Buckeye League Meet Cheaper By the Dozen Papa Hessey whnstles and the klds llne up ln the All School Play DECEMBER The Macomber Craftsmen were craftler than we were at our first basketball game Darn' ' Score 39 36 Annual assembly and flrst home game and was It ever a thrrller' We won In overtlme 55 to 54 Mansfield vs Fostorra score Mansfield 74 Fostorra 5l Mr Shumaker spoke about condltlans ln Germany They made the baskets and we made the noise FHS 5l Fremont 46 Hn Y and Y Teens go carollng Cholr Chrnstmas Assembly The Chrnstmas Issue of the Red and Black journal was out We got an early vacatlon George all the way ' Bless Mother Nature' Basketball Carnival We lose to DeVllbnss 52 58 Oh those overtrmesl We won and that s all that matters FHS 44 Lorain 40 4- . . t , . , ' 7- ' , ' , ' - . I4- . - . l7- ' ' ' . - ' ' 21- ' ' . ' - . 27-. , , , ' - 28- l ' f ' , - . 4- ' ' ' . . 5- ' , - . , ' ' . l2-" ." ' ' , . l5- - ' ' . l9- ' , ' ' , . ' . ' Z2-ill - ' ll I ' ' ' 26- ' - . ' ' ' ' , - . 30- ' . ' ' 31- ' ' A ' . 2-Fostoria takes Bee Gee by storm lsnow storm that isl. Score Bee Gee l9, Redmen l3. 9- ' , , ' ' , ' ' . IO- - ' . mba . . . . . 1 . ' l7- ' ' . 2l- Q . , . . U 26- . 30: HT - - - - - I 4- ' ' . . . 714 . A I . . l . 4 I . 8T ' - . 1 I I . - l l- . ' ' ' . l4- , ' , I , l7- '- - ' . l9- ' ' . 2-Oi ' l - . ll 28- , ' , ' . I ' , CALENDAR IANUARY Fostorua travels to Maruon they beat 63 5l We walk the beaten path back to school Our Chrustmas vacatuon us over' South Pacutuc comes to FHS by way of a Mezzo Soprano Roberto Bobbe just by one pount agaun' We lost to Bellevue 45 44 Agaun hard luck' Tuttun won by one pount 45 44 We trued but un vaun' Trojans trounce Redmen 78 l9 24-Fostorua Hugh School s Wrestlung team us on the way up' We won 32 2l 25 Fremont wuns after two overtumes 62 60 FEBRUARY The BG Bobcats outplayed the Redmen by twelve pounts score 50 to 38 An assembly' Mr Deloss Walker spoke on You Fostorua vs MOTION they 57 us 42 We played so o o hard but lost' Luma scores 56 45 agaunst s Super senuors down fearless faculty un annual Hu Y basketball game The senuors won f course' Score 36 3l l3-Senuor Hugh Talent Assembly sponsored by Natuonal Honor Shh' 'Tuffun wuns agaun 49 5l gu lty9 Wasn t ut nuce that George lWashungtonl was born a much needed days vacatuon' We were ahead the turst tour munutes but the underdog Fundlay surprused the trube wuth a 63 44 wun 24-The Redmen have been swell sports all season and you can say they dudn t take a back seat to Clay although Clay won 55 53 28 Fostorua grapplers wun from Clay 43 l3 MARCH jr Hugh Talent Assembly sponsored by Natuonal Honor From Bach to Boogue band concert by FHS band Sam Grothwell spoke on Gettung By Your Hoodoo Career Day for lunuors and Senuors Annual One Act Play contest The Maguc Ot Electrucuty assembly The Y Teen Sprung dance The Dutton Truo gave an assembly Vocal Concert APRIL ll Tume out tor Easter vacotuon l6-Open wude thy portals back to school l8 Chour travels to Fremont for Buckeye League Festuval MAY 9 Hu Y Sweetheart Dance I6 Senuor Class Play Neat work senuors' 23 Senuor Assembly 25 Baccalaureate 26-Senuors last flung lunuor Senuor Prom 27 Commencement Farewell Alma Mater' H5 4- ' ' g - . 6- . ' ' ' . 8- ' ' , . ' ' . Ha . Q . . . - t 18- . I .I . I . I - I l- ' , . 6- A . . " ". 8- ' . ' , , . 9- - - , . ' - ' u . l2- ' " '- . ' , o 15-4 n . . . . I ' 2l-junior Class Play, "The Night of january l6". Did you agree with the verdict-guilty or not 22- ' ' ' ' , ' . 5- . ' ' - 9,-ff ' " . uu- " ' l8- ' ' . l9- - . 20-" ' ' ' ", . 2l- - ' . 24- ' . 30- . o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL WILL OF CLASS OF 1952 I, NANCY ADAMS, will my love for the New York Yankees to Boudreau Harris. I, KEN ADLER, will my six foot four inches to jerry Steinman. I, SHARON ANDERSON, will my cheer leading and all good times at F.H.S. to Carolyn Peltier. I, RONNIE ANGLES, hereby will my seat in cnoir to Dick Reiss. I, jERRY BAUER, leave my quiet ways to any loud junior boy. I, CHUCK BAUMAN, will my position as captain of th traffic patrol to Duane Zuern hoping he will do his best to make the East corner safe. I, BARBARA BARNES, will to Marilyn Clary my good looks and all my old boy friends. I, SELMA BEERS, bequeath my flirtatious ways, especially with out of town boys, to the most bashful junior girl. I, jANE BENDER, will my locker number 63 to any girl who wants to push her way to it. I, TOM BILLIARD, will my size I3 shoes to Larry McCafferty. I, IOYCE BISE, do hereby bequeath my musical ability to Audrey Dauterman. I, EDNA BOAS, will my cheerleading ability to Dorothy Tucker. I, FRANKLIN BOUCHER, will my position of stage hand to anyone who wants to have a lot of fun. I, BETTY BRANT, will to my sister, Olive, my blue eyes. I, ALICE BROWN, do hereby bequeath my job as advertising manager to some senior next year that is anxious to work. I BILL BRUGGEMANN, will my mathematical ability to anyone who can stay awake in math class. I I, BARBARA BURDETT, will to my sister Pat, my ability to take my classes outside of school. I, RAY BURKE, will my locker in the locker room to anyone who gets it. I, jEAN BURKHART, will my ability to skip school without being caught to Shirley Vitt. I, DAVE CARR, will all my troubles with the Matthews' family to jim, Nadine's brother. I, SHIRLEY CARTER, leave my quiet ways to anyone who wants them. I, DICK CLARK, will my curly hair to Marilyn Stewart so she won't have to get any more permanents. I, DON COBURN, will my math books to anyone who takes math next year. I, SALLY COLAVECCHIO, will to Roger Harris my ability to drive down the wrong side of the street. I, CAROL COLWELL, will my long walk to school to Barbara Williams. I, DICK CONLEY, will Mr. Middleton to next years seniors. I, RONALD COOPER, will my home room seat to any boy who wants it. I, DARLYN CRAWFORD, will my senior memories to my sisters,Ber and Donna. I, LOU CREEGER, will my ability to keep quiet in study hall to my brother, Sonny Creeger. I, BOB DAUGHERTY, leave my presidency of Omicron Lambda to next year's president. I, BILL DAUTERMAN, hereby bequeath my Ford to anyone who thinks that they can drive it. I, DALLAS DAUTERMAN, will my good times to anyone who wants them. I, CLAIR DIBLE, will my football ability to a junior who is on next year's team. I, jOAN DICKEN, will my second soprano seat to Marilyn Stewart. I, LLOYD DOE, will my nickname "Lefty" to anybody who is left handed. I, ROGER DOE, will my seat in 329 to any junior. I, jAMES DOLL, will "Old Smoky", my car, to anyone who needs transportation. I, GEORGE DYER, will Ronnie Pittenger my key chain if he can carry it. I, LOUANNE EVANS, will my ability to break test tubes in chemistry class to any junior who needs it. I, SALLY FETRO, will to Shirley Vitt my ability to get along with the teachers. I, CHERYL FIRESTINE, will happy F.H.S. band days to all junior members of the band, providing they work hard to make it as good as it was in '52, I, jUDY FLETCHER, will my locker to my sister, Barbara. I, HELEN FLOWERS, will my physics book to any girl who takes physics next year. I, ELLA MAE FLOYD, will my typing ability to my sister, Hazel. II6 NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY TWO o WILL OF CLASS OF 1952 STUART GAIR leave my devslssh antscs to Ronny Resnhard WILLIAM GODLOVE wsll my car to anyone who can stand st wsthout gettsng smoked out LEE ANN GRAHAM wsll my happy sensor days to Ruth Ann Rsdge MARLENE GREENE bequeath my very naturally curly hasr to Beverly Hade sn hopes that st wsll help hers to curl a Isttle IACK GREGORY wsll my musscal abslsty to james Rowan CARL HASSE leave my sensor memorses to anyone who ss gosng to be a sensor next year PAUL HACKNEY wsll my homeroom seat to the person who occupses st next year BOB HARRINGTON wsll my sales abslsty to Lynol Gasnsley PEG HARRIS wsll my abslsty to drown people to lug Etzsnger BILL HATTENDORF wsll to lack Housley my offsce sn projectson club GENE HESSEY wsll my abslsty to stay awake sn Bsology class to Nancy Swasm IOYCE HICKS leave all the fun I had sn art class to my ssster janet BETTY HISER wsll my long hasr to any junsor gsrl dessrsng such IOELLEN HISER wsll my devslssh sdeas to Marslyn Doe EVIDINE HOSCHAR wsll my natural curly hasr to any junsor gsrl who would lske st EARL HUMMEL wsll my job as a soda jerk to some junsor boy who wants to work IO ANN IACKMAN wsll what ss left of my Esnstesn brasn to Audrey Kranz BERNARD IACKSON wsll my good tsmes to jsm Tucker DEAN KINNEY wsll Mr Wolfarth s good teachsng to my brother IOE KISABETH leave the edstorshsp of the annual to the next year s edstor MARY ANN KROUSE wsll my abslsty to drsve to Patty Rhoad DICK LAFOUNTAINE wsll my seat sn sensor study hall and my locker to any junsor boy who gets them I CAROL: LANNING wsll my plans for the future to any junsor gsrl as lucky as I I SALLIE LEUCK besng of sound msnd and body do wsll to Marslyn Msller my slsghtly used battered and broken clarsnet RONALD LOE wsll my good tsmes sn marchsng band bractsce to Norman Knssley IIM LUCIUS wsll my locker and home room seat to the junsor who gets them next year IOHN MACHIR leave my football jersey to the player who gets st next season MELVIN MANECKE wsll my luck of havsng very Isttle homework to my ssster Dorerse NADINE MATTHEWS wsll to joy Bartchlett my brother jsm and all hss antscs TOM MATZ leave my 39 Chrysler to anyone mechanscally snclsned enough to keep st runnsng IIM MURPHY wsll my strappsng physsque to Pete Turk MARY LOU MILLER wsll my sensor year memorses to my ssster Marslyn HELEN MILLER leave my love for horses to anyone wsth the same snterest CLARK MILLER wsll to Bob Hauser Bob Bassngers Chevse that he wslled to me last year BILL MILLER leave my off the beat cymbal crash to Nathan Krupp VELMA MYERS wsll my seat sn chosr to some lucky sophomore NANCY MCARTHUR wsll all my wonderful tsmes sn my nossy bsology class to my ssster Mstzs IAYNE MCFADDEN wsll my flsrtatsous ways to Norman Knssely sn the hope that he wsll make the most of them I DONNA NEIKIRK wsll my dsmples to lo Lynn Watts I PAT NEWHOUSE leave my 37 Chevse to Shsrley Anderson provsdsng st ssn t more of a wreck than st ss now I MARGIE NISWANDER wsll my locker sn the locker room to Betty Bomer I MARILYN NORDLUND wsll my abslsty to get a drsvers lscense to Emma Hsll I LADEANA PAGE wsll my ssngsng abslsty to my ssster Hazel l'I7 s, , - ' , . 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I . 1 , l I . o RED AND BLACK ANNUAL WILL OF CLASS OF 1952 MARCIA PAINE will my ability to always have a good time to julia Richards IDA PEELER will my interest in sports to any junior with the same one track mind CARL IOTTOI PEGGS will my cleets to Robert ICliffl Goddard FRANK PITTENGER will my hot rod to anyone who can keep it running jOE PORTER will my ability what ability there is to anyone needing same ability jOHN POST will my golfing ability to Smily Arwood NETTIE RASP will my place in girls mechanic class to Alice Weber TOM RATHBURN will my shy ways to anyone who desires such KENNY RAUSCH leave all my fun in school to my brother Bob ROGER REINHARD leave all my debts to my cousin Ranny Reinhard MELVIN REYNOLDS will my left hand to any left handed junior boy jOHN ED RICHARDS will my ability to stay LEOTA RISSER will my ability to draw girls NANCY SCHEIDHAUER leave the soprano PAT SHAFFER will my quietness in classes jEAN SINGLETON will my good times out of school to Katie Trumpler jUNE SMITH will to my sisters the ability to graduate EUGENE SMITH will my hatred for climbing steps to any junior boy who likes to climb EL DEAN SOUDER leave the memory of my classroom antics to the school DON SPANGLER will my trouble free Studebaker to johnny McLaughlin out of trouble to someone who should to Ann Porter lead in next year s operetta to jimmy Conley to Margie Fetro DICK SPROW leave the car willed to me last year to Rudy Schoendorf so he can get in from the back country STUART STEARNS will my ability to get kicked out of the library to jim Braden DUANE STROMAN will my presidency of Hi Y to Dave Spooner ED STUCKEY will my quietness to fellow bookkeeper Vernon Cobb RODNEY SULLIVAN will my ability to hang just Married signs on Mr Showkeirs car to nyone with enough nerve DICK TATE will all my good times in school to Hubert Landers GARY THOMPSON will my questionable basketball ability to Bob Goddard NAN THOMPSON will my ability to play the violin to Shirley Mansfield PAT THOMPSON will my freckles to Kay Keiffer ROSALIE THOMPSON will my ability to bleach hair to Barbara Wagner DON THRAILKILL leave all the fun I had in the library to Bill Keckler RACHEL VAN TASSEL will to Carolyn Peltier my excellent ability to drive IOHN TWELLS will the time and work I spent on my term paper to Dick Dalton LEWIS WADE will my drumming ability to Gary Snyder jANNlE WAGNER will my hour glass figure to Carol Price DOROTHY WAGONER will that man of mine to jeanette Tunks providing she takes care of him NANA WALKER leave my ability to skip school to any junior girl who wants to skip ANNA WEIKER will my gym assistance to Sylvia Sylvester RICHARD WILCOX will my model A to anyone who has nerve enough to drive it jOCELYN WILLIAMS will my basketball and volleyball ability to Shirley Anderson jANET ZIMMERMAN will my beautiful singing voice to Betty jordan RENA ZIMMERMAN will my seat in social studies to any junior who gets it HELEN ZUERN will my senior seat to Duane Zuern II8 good If I . .. . . . .- II I . . . . . , 1 I, , ' ' . II I . . . v n If I . .. I .. . . . I Il I . . .. . 1 II I . . . . . t I, , ' ' . I, , ' , . I, , ' , ' . II I . . . U ll I . .. ' If , . .. . I I, , ' ' ' . I, I . . . . t ll , , . . . U II , . . .. . II I . . . . . A . . U I, , ' . I, , ' ' , ll I . . I, I . .. . . . U I, BILL STOUT, will my student pilot license to any future pilot. I, , . . .H ' I, , ' ' , . II I . . . ,, . ,, . ' . I a . ll I . . . U If I . . .. I If I . .. . . . . I I, , ' ' . I, I . .. t II I . . . U ll I . . .. . ' I, , ' ' ' . If I . . .. ' ll I . . . U II t , . . - . . If I .. . . . . . u Il , . . . 1 If I . . . H ll I . .. . u I, I . . . . . t ll I - - . . - - Q . I, , ' ' . ADVERTISING NYE'S HI-WAY MARKET Complete line ol Groceries, Meats 8. Vegetables, Frozen Foods 1445 North Countyline Street Fostoria, Ohio Phone 6686 PORTER'S DRY CLEANIN For Better Dry Cleaning Compliments ol ATLAS CRANKSHAFT INC. HUMMEL MOTOR SAIES, INC. Pontiac 0 Cadillac 0 GMC Trucks S les Twenty-four Hour I35 West North Street S rvice Wrecking Service Fostoria, Ohio Phone 3II6 Compliments of FIRTH MACHINE 8. 'I'00l CARRS FURNITURE Fostoria's oldest store-Established I890 Fostoria, Ohio Phone 3484 Rugs 0 Cedar Chests 0 lamps 0 Carpets Compliments of F 0 X D A I R Y THE FOSTORIA MONUMENT C0 orrosnr rouNrAm crmmmr Phone 3872 THE FOSTORIA LUMBER 8. SUPPLY C0 Dealer ln Lumber 8. Mrllwork 0 Burlclers Hardware Pamts BEST WISHES CLASS OF 52 SHERLIE ANN BAKERY HOME BAKED QUALITY IS OUR STANDARD BEST INGREDIENTS AND PLENTY OF THEM' I3 EstTff 330 THE MENNEL MILLING COMPANY noun . reno . GRAIN I I r r Phone 7727 Fostorio, Ohi CC 79 2 a i in St. Phone 5 HIENIE'S MOTEL and INN 1650 N. counmms sr. Delicious Foods Real ltalian Spaghetti Our Specialty x 'X x V s 5 Q Y' x S GILLIG es vs x X-'Q Q s no STEWART'S ROOT BEER STAND ROOT. ROOT. tcwant tcwumt S BEER S S BEER S oo? BEER X59 BARBECUE PORK ROOT BEER N. Route 23 Frank Dillinger, Prop. Phone 6244 MORRIS STORE 100 P' 'a commm LINE or scnool surruis J C PENNEY COMPANY INC THE HOME or VALUES T f ALLAN HAMBURGERS E St ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES, FRENCH FRIES BORDENS ICE CREAM II9 PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. PAINTS, WALLPAPERS, WINDOW SHADES PICTURE FRAMING North Main St. Telephone 3405 Compliments of . I+,-D 'fe 4 if .,v,L wig? CQ fav ' ff I3 07.-"4,i'?51 C l , I ll ll Fostoria, Ohio Complimen s o T31 ast Center reet THE FOSTORIA PRESSED STEEL CORP Desrgners and Manufacturers f lndustrral lrglrtrng Equrpmeni and lnfru Red Processmg Equrpment THE SENECA LUMBER 8. MIllWORK COMPANY rosronm omo Fostoria, Ohio-U. S. A. ' o I HI-JINX Hamburgers - Frosted Malteds Fostoria's Ice Cream Center Opposite Fostoria High School Compliments of NlIllER'S REXAll DRUG STORE Compliments of STROMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY ouvin FARM IMPLEMENTS 125 E. Center St. Phone 2591 Fostoria J. B. BASEHORE 8. COMPANY Coal Builder's Supplies Concrete Septic Tanks Automatic Gas 8. Coal Heating Equipment Phone 6667 L. B. "Les" Basehore Fostoria, Ohio . SP B lm ,S A- W- .. ea W Home DEcoRA1loN ssnvlce 'ipigm ii . s,,:,.A cemea SHERWlN'WllllAMS ' CD PAINTS A D D R E S S P H O N E 206 South Main Street Fostoria Phone 4495 Compliments of A 8. P SUPER MARKET T29 West Center Street Fostoria, Ohio NEW OPERATORS AT THE TOWN HOUSE A Good Place To Eat Sandwiches Short Orders Dinners Frank fr Emery Phone 995 Fostoria Ohio THE DRESS SHOP IDELIA DREITZLER IUNIOR DRESSES SKIRTS Cr SWEATERS Hays Building I I4 South Mann Street Fostoria Ohio 30 Compliments to all SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN PEGGS WALLPAPER 8. PAINT STORE Phone 2703 315 South Mann Street Fostoria Ohio ll ll s . 4 . o I i 1 7 Compliments of the OHIO FARMER'S GRAIN 8. SUPPIY ASS'N Fostoria, Ohio Compliments ol tlre NATIONAL CARBON CO. adivision ol UNION CARBIDE 8. CARBON CORP. Congratulations Class ol "52" KINN 8. THEOBALD INSURANCE AGENCY WHITNEY'S DRUG STORE "Reliable prescriptions by a prescription druggist' I THE COMMERCIAL PRESS Steel Office Furniture Printing Office Supplies I23 East Tiffin Phone 4234 PETER'S CLOTHING STORE "Fostoriu's Finest Men's Store" 201 South Main St. Fostoria, Ohio Through These Doors Enter The Youth of Today and Leave The Leaders of Tomorrow 2 SHUMAN S BARBER SHOP IO7 E Center Street Cliff Shuman Cllff Emahlser OUR AIM YOUR SATISFACTION Y I M O C O A O A sg' ,fs CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH W. E. KINNEY Sales and Services Fostoria, Oh Compliments of OHIO AUTO PARTS F toria Find OS AMERICAN RAILWAY SIGNAL CO. Perry THRAIlKIll'S CLOVER FARM Four Free Deliveries Daily 5417 4 Compllments of WILLARD RADCLIFF Q wan ll E Crosley Racluo Televlslon Manufacturers ol custom made amateur shortwave and televlslon antennas Featurmg A Complete lme ol Crosley Appliances Two locations 134 W Center Street Phone 6181 1220 N Countyllne Street Phone 3705 North of NYC Railroad Fostoria Ohlo X W Z, fi T. l he tl 5 :JE 1 -N ' la 1, ...UWM IV O I I BE THRIFTY-MAKE YOUR FURNITURE DOLLARS GO FARTHER BARGAIN HOUSE Telephone 2483 451 Columbus Ave. COMPLIIVIENTS OF NYE IMPLEMENT COMPANY FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES SWEETEST IN MUSIC-LATEST IN NEWS-FREQUENCY MODULATION WFOB BROADCASTING ALL FOSTORIA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL GAMES 96.7 Megacycles-Channel 244 SUPERETTE SANDUSKY AND FREMONT STS. Compliments of The Commercial Bank 8. Savings Company Fostoria, Ohio "The Bank Of Personal Service" Member of Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. Headquarters for ROYAL AND SMITH CORONA Portable Typewriters OFFICE SUPPLY SHOP II2 W. Center Street NEWHOUSE ELECTRIC SERVICE Industrial, Commercial, Domestic, Constructive, Maintenance 6lO Van Buren St. Phone 2256 "Every House Needs Newbouse." CI IC NIC NAC Fosforia's largest and Most Modern wishes The CIuss of "52" Success PHON E 777 220 S.MAlN nousewzme 1. HA,nowAize osvr stone Congratulations Class of "52" I I7 N. Main Street Fostoria, Ohio 5 NI I 'I'I'I ' S APPAREL sHoP Carole King-Shirley Lee Dresses for juniors ' I90 S. Washington Street Tiffin, Ohio SWIFT 8. COMPANY SOYBEAN mm 7 Compliments of MANN FUNERAL HOME Phone 6694 Fostoria, Ohio SEARS 120-I22 West Our Congratulations ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Shop At Sears And Save Tiffin St. Phone 6696 Compliments of PETE DICESARE SHOE REPAIR SHOP Below Woolworth Compliments of BARNES SUNOCO Perry and Fremont Compliments of VIRGIl Nl. GASE lARRY'S MARKET Open Week Days Open Sundays 8 AM-IO PM 8 AM-8 PM Groceries Vegetables Meats Frozen Foods 376 Perry Street Fostoria, Ohio BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATINC- CLASS OF 1952 FROM THE CAMERON-WEBER INSURANCE AGENCY Remember . . . "lt ls A Good Policy Not To Have A Bad One" Compliments of FOSTORIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. Builders Supplies Transit Mixed Concrete Phone 3655 Fostoria, Ohio Compliments of ART CLOTHES SHOP 124 South Main Street Fosto a Oho B F BROWN MOTOR SALES Packard Crosley 30 N Ma S Pho e 6388 Ph 903 MIGHTS SOHIO SERVICE U on a d EI St eets Fosto a Oho ri , i I O 4 . in t. n I . S ' war' Fi , l .eu . ff- C ' We ,'e,e. - ' " I ,LT "N -'HY 'A 1: V E 'W ni n m r THE ONE AND ONLY DAIRY QUEEN 400 S. MAIN STREET The New Ice-Milk Contection -Sundaes-MaIts-Pints-Quarts "THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON T OPII Compliments of BOB HOMER CHEVROLET CO 1616 N. Countyline Street Phone 4525 or 5220 Fostoria, Ohio MPANY TEXACO C-as - Lubricating Oil - Fuel Oil George Lamson, Mgr., Main and N Bert Crain, Mgr., Findlay Road Clarence L. Hubbard, Mgr., of D 6' IVI Station, Culbertson and County C. J. STAHL, DISTRIBUTOR, WAYNE, orth line OHIO ELECTRIC AUTO C 0 M P A N Y FOSTORIA, OHIO Foundry Division Spark Plug Division N I COIVIPLIMENTS OF BERSTED MANUFACTURING COMPANY Payne Bros. Florist .. I I if-5, we Telegraph Flowers N W Phone 45524 Phone 467 S. Union St. N. Sandusky Fostoria, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio I music Box ' Carl Vogel 230 N. Main St. Farrel Elsea R C A VICTOR TELEVISION-RADI0S4RECORDS COMPLETE MUSICAL SUPPLIES I43 Youn rostonm NEWSPAPER REVIEW TIMES I.N.S. and U.P. Wire Service Hometown News of Home Folks Phone 6641 WFOB-FM Phone 731 24 Hour Wrecker Service SHULTZ 8. LAWLESS BODY SHOP General Repairing and Painting Phones 3724-2373 241 E. Lytle Street Fostoria, Ghio The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of FOSTORIA A BANKING CENTER Supplying The Community With Unsurpassed BANKING SERVICE Since 1882 Reserve System 7 Insurance Corporation H L WE'RE NOT BUILDING THIS BUSINESS FOOLING PEOPLE STEVENS JEWELERS 1208 S. MAIN STREET FOSTORIA OHIO Cpl f HARTMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY THE OHIO SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION SACKETT'S GREENHOUSE RALPH SACKETT SAY IT WITH FLDWERS soo N. Main str F Oh Cor M d Nor h S F Oh Compliments and Success To A The Red and Black Annual From THE DRY CLEANERS 0F FOSTORIA Bishops Edwards Hades Acme Cleaners Hedges Keyes Porter's Compliments ol BAZlEY'S MEAT MARKET FOR THE BEST IN MEATS AND LOW PRICES Satisfaction Guaranteed Mr. Benny Goodman, Mgr. ll2 North Main Street .....,...... Phone,.5242 .......... , .Fostoria, Ohio Complete Linoleum Home CSLIQZTS Outfitters Free Parking Open Enemngs 9:00 Phone 4212 l44l N. Countyline St. Fostoria, Ohio 4 Bl0SE GUlF SERVICE Union and Perry St. Phone 969 Fostoria, Ohio General Auto Repair 8. Service 0 Finest in Perfumes l lowest Prices In Ohio D o Two Registered Pharmacists 0 Finest in Toiletries 0 We Specialize in New Drugs 0 Open Daily 8 AM to IO PM 0 Prompt, Courteous Service 0 Sundays, 8 AM to lO PM e Yes+We Deliver EDISON cur RATE DRUGS CORNER MAIN AND CENTER, FOSTORIA l Compliments of EAMBERJACK sALEs AND sekvice YOUR FRIENDLY HUDSON AND WIllYS DEALER ClARK'S Best Wishes To the Class of "52" S H 0 E S Fostoria's Finest Family Shoe Store l I47 Compliments of PAT MA RC H I 0 N Red 8. Black Photographer 9 48 PATRONS Art 5' Yarn Shop BiIl's Economy Store Book C1 Gift Shop Dr. S. L. Brown Dr. C. H. W. Bruggemann Buckeye Auto Parts Dr. l. W. Carter Chapman's jewelry Dr. A. O. Cole Cooks Bakery F. A. 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