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

 - Class of 1956

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2 Ti Yi 2:1 1 11 -Q 3 3 E 3 -1 E is 'f 3 'Q .I il 1 F 74Zleafhnzwz'4 Page DEDICATION . . . 2 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION . . . 3 SENIORS .... . I3 UNDERCLASSMEN . . . 33 SPORTS .... . 55 MUSIC . . . . 69 DRAMATICS . . . 79 ACTIVITIES . . . . 83 ADVERTISEMENTS . . . . IO3 wx Ulsh Q S459 x I Di I ,IV the Class of V Iq x "" "M fs 'll 56 ,. l S ' , is She is attractive, neat -- she is busy with ' classes and advising a club-yet she has time to be a true friend to all she encounters. Her in- ' , . fluence on us is great-we will always remember 3 .g f her smile and friendly words. l To her, we the Class of 1956, dedicate our annual-Miss Florence Grine. Q 2 High School College ?mffff M 0 0 0 f xg, ' V! , f q i If " 1 5 ff - Neal Gluse S 'Q At! W Ji U., , , f -'V' ' r ' SECRETARY TO THE PRINCIPAL Luella Beil PRINCIPAL To The Seniors It is always difficult to make friends with the idea of losing the cream of the leadership of the school by graduation. Your shoes will be hard to fill for you have surpassed in many things- music, dramatics, sports, scholarship and above all good citizenship. It is some consolation to know that the fine leadership that has blessed us at Fostoria High School will be given opportunity to function at college, in the Service of our country, or on the iob. Our loss will be a pleasant gain for some- one else for there is always a demand for cour- ageous leadership. May we wish you a happy and profitable iourney in the path of your choice. O. K. Caldwell SU PERINTENDENT To The Class of 1956 Congratulations to the Class of 1956. Fostoria High School has been honored over the years with outstanding graduating classes. School tra- dition should and does play an important part in challenging the best in leadership and good citizenship of every Senior. The members of the class of I956 have made a fine contribution in continuing the strong links of tradition in the Fostoria High School. As graduates, every one of you will face new problems and new chal- lenges in the years ahead. Look forward to the great privilege and ioy of being of service to your community, to your neighborhood and to the nation. Dare to be true to your ambitions and your ideals. Never minimize what you can accomplish through hon- est work. Strive for a vision of greater service and opportunities will come your way. May you achieve much success and satisfaction in the years ahead. H. L. Ford SECRETARY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT Lillian Holman -QP' BOARD OF EDUCATION l v ,- ROW I: Mrs. Lillian Heinze, Glenn Marshall, Joe Keyes, Paul Stearns, Art Gamertsfelder. ROW 2: John Gutknecht, H. l. Ford. BUS DRIVERS CUSTODIANS Harold Switzer, Charles Harris, Alice Berry, Bert Hanley, Troy Rangeler. ATHLETIC BOARD - 5 nv ROW I: John Gutknecht, Art Wilson, Bruce Schmidt, Tom Bender, David Davis. ROW 2: Ed Covert, O. K. Caldwell, H. L, Ford. jk- JUNIOR DEAN OF GIRLS Miss Vera Eger Dear Miss Eger, It was largely through your effort that we became acquainted with F.H.S. You made us feel at home. Though we have been here six years, we have not forgotten, nor will we ever forget you. JUNIOR DEAN OF BOYS Mr. Thomas Bender Dear Mr. Bender, Along with your many other duties, you had time to counsel us, and advise us in our formative years. Some of the things you told us, lincluding the "When I was in . . ." storiesl we'll always remember. SENIOR DEAN OF GIRLS Mrs. Ernestine Wiedemann Dear Mrs. Wiedemann, As we leave F.H.S., we take with us the memory ofa kind adviser, friend, and teacher. Your influence upon our lives has made us better individuals. Thank you for all of your time that has been given to us. SENIOR DEAN OF BOYS Mr. E. R. Zuber Dear Mr. Zuber, Though you loved to play checkers, you always had time for us. If we needed a kind word, some advice or iust someone to talk to, we knew we could turn to you. MARY ASMUS Bowling Green State University B.S., English9 5: THOMAS E. BENDER Bethany College, Ashland College B.A., Ohio State University, University of Pitts- burgh, Bowling Green State University, Science 8, Guidance 9, Jr. High Dean of Boys R. L. BOHYER Bowling Green State University B.S., Ohio Northern University, Mechanical Drawing, Auto Mechanics, Football, Basketball ' lg fl DAVID T. DAVIS Wittenberg College B.S., Urbana Univer- sity, Bowling Green State University, Wilmington, College of the Sequoias, Math 7 RALPH E. BOROFF Bowling Green State University B.S., Stout Institute M.A., General Shop, Reserve Basketball, Junior High Track. RICHARD S. DOWNS Miami University, Ohio State University B.S., M.A., Supervisor of Instrumental Music, Band, Orchestra MADELINE BIXEL Bluffton College A.B., Western Reserve B.S. in L.S., Librarian, Lambda Sigma Adviser ff . fgfiw i45'i:3:'2i5.i2f..'.,.Q i' .W 7 -ri" ' z' ic" f , ,,g12glg,,:-',, ,i '5A wfbfs -Q" .'4'f'2"-.- HH' , I .,-I' I I if-,ya ARTHUR BURTON Findlay College, Math 7, Geography, Sci- ence, Varsity Football, Track VERA M. EGER Chicago University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio State University M.A., Math 8, Chairman of Jr. Red Cross, Dean of Jr. High Girls FLORENCE GRINE Bowling Green State University B.S., Shorthand I, Typing I 8. II, Office Practice, National Honor Adviser. JOAN E. JACKSON Bowling Green State University, Speech 8. Therapy s :S-T . :- ARLETA HUTSON Bowling Green State University M.S., Ohio University, Indiana University, English 8 Q Ns. L. WM. JONES University of Toledo, Purdue University, Ohio State University, Ohio Northern University, Findlay College, Machine Shop I 8. ll, Coordinator of Trade 8. Industrial Education, Vocational Industrial Club ii 1 DORIS KISABETH C. D. LaRUE Heidelberg College, Junior High and Otterbein College A.B., Bowling Green, Senior High Home Economics, Clothing State University, Ohio State University, Construction, Home Economics Club World History, American History, Plane Geometry, Future Teachers of America MARY IMM Defiance College, Ohio State University, Home Economics, Science 7 LUCILLE KANABLE RN Findlay Hospital, affiliation with Cincinnati General Hospital, School Nurse KATHRYN MclNTYRE Wittenberg College A.B., Ohio State Uni- versity, English ll, English 8, Social Studies 8, Lambda Sigma Adviser. . K sf' MQW T Q I s : i i ,i , is 9- , 5 I m " 2 . NANCY McINTYRE Bowling Green State University B.S., Health and Physical Education, G.A.A. Adviser, Cheerleading, Drill Team l.UEI.lA M055 Heidelberg College A.B., University of Southern California, Latin I, ll, English 9, 12, Y-Teens DONALD PERRINE Bowling Green State University B.S., Music Education, Assistant Band Director, Ele- mentary Instrumental JAMES W. MIDDLETON Ohio Northern University B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Vocal Music, Choir, Chorus, Glee, Octette, Girls' and Boys' Ensembles BARBARA MOORE Ohio Northern University A.B., Ohio State University M.A., University of Michigan, Spanish, French, Journalism, Red and Black Journal, Fohirab W. W. NIXON Mount Union College B.S., Ohio State Uni- versity M.A., Biology l, ll, General Science, Traffic Patrol G.. Qt E fu' ,f r as: A M. ,- , ""gIii D ,r 24,91 ,, f" IZ fi M fri? I 'fi fifskffkv- BRUC V' M Mount Union '- -f A., Science 7, American His I- Il, Track RAYMOND C. ORWIG Bowling Green State University B.S., Coe lumbia University M.A., Shorthand ll, Office Practice, Bookkeeping, Business low, Activity Account Treasurer "X i A an DOROTHY SHINE X ' Bowling Green State University .S., George Washington University, En lis Y-Teens Ml ly! . , M - gi ig' ii K ' 'x . ck , , f Q t 311. ' JAMES R. SHOWKEIR Bowling Green State University A.B., West- ern Reserve M.A., American History, Social Studies, Football, Assistant Coach, Wrest- ling Coach 'I ,Q ii Q N 'ia S I WM. SMITH Bowling Green State University B.S., Book- keeping, General Business, Commercial Math, Typing, Junior High Basketball 5' . -X , it Ulu? x ' 'xl if , i if 111, 112 vim' fi- :':fff:2::z2s:l::t?:ff iy..t:"z 1 ,E 3553345 - :g3.,gfg2g.g:5:' -uw 1'4"il XI fi rf'TfFN-A 4 -Jfffzlrff'-" W. -he mxrizez. f:iffsff21ff:fmsai vu. - cv-:-w. lflfffffffzifffifzl 4 . 4, 1. 5 A 4' W 1 B ' CHARLES SUTER Bluffton College A.B., Ohio State Univer- sity B.S., M.A., Art, Art Club 11161 , ,.,., ,.., R 5 elm, I" TELL , V , gi ti' .tg flffli' -Us! are ., 'i'-55f'9'V? .elssslsfitgls 'fiE,il"Y+45-1iiEi5t5f?lis.i .. ' iiiifiifvizi-5 zz., . 5-l'St::1-liqhi2-Jr?"fl1fVi , a2mf.':- if .s'fW:11'E'.kz -vrfiiv:-:' 5, ,' H1 ,. gevgu, A L-532 H :f nk .: ' g 1 1-mu.. , ,aa wt a's,':,1,'-b,,Qt'f f, - . .ff ,,.:,-A-- t-.3 , 1,7 ww 3 ' ' a ALBERT SIEKERES Bowling Green State University B.S., M.A., Ohio State University, Chemistry, Driver Education, Hi-Y, lSenior Chapterl INA SPONSLER Ohio Wesleyan University A.B., New York University M.A., Math 8, Shorthand l, Y-Teens, Fohirab Circulation Committee Adviser DAVID D. THOMPSON Bowling Green State University B.S., B.A., Public Speaking, English ll, Stage Crew, Omicron Lambda, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Speech Activities , 'riff G O. E. SMITH Ohio State University B.S., Bowling Green State University, Woodshop, Printing, Girls' Home Mechanics, School Printing HAZEL STUBBINS Bowling Green State University B.S., Uni- versity of Michigan M.A., University of Colorado, University of Rochester, Social Studies 8 LESTER A. VANSANT Findlay College B.A., Ohio State Univer- sity M.A., General Science 9, Junior High Moth 8, Hi-Y lSophomore chopterl LOUISE WERNER Findlay Business College, Attendance and Probation Officer Uwe QQLLW ONEITA WHITEMAN Miami University, Bowling Green State University B.S., New York University M.A., Social Studies 7, English 7 l S l l l l l l ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN Ohio Northern University A.B., Ohio State University, English 10, Y-Teens, Senior High Girls' Dean l l I ARTHUR WILSON Bowling Green State University B.S., M.A., Health and Physical Education, Football Assistant Coach, Basketball Coach JOHN WOLFARTH Toledo University, Ohio Northern Univer- sity, Related Math, Science and Blueprint Reading, V.l.C. Club E. R. ZUBER Bluffton College A.B., Bowling Green State University M.S.E., Math, Algebra, General Math, Math Ill, Counseling, Hi-Y Uunior chapterl, Senior High Boys' Dean M,.,,,,, ff gm 5 G mi' Seadafze Vi J, P IW W Neil GI SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Tony Nixon, president POEM Onward, ever onward, To our goal. Give all we have, Heart, mind and soul. March along bravely, With heads held high. The world is ours, Our aspiration the sky. Yesterday is gone, We'll see it no more. But tomorrow is waiting, With an open door. The road we travel May be rough and long, But we'lI reach our destiny, For we're young and strong. Let's keep our deeds Noble and lust, lf God be for us, Who can be against us? Mary Ann Dalton, secretary Pat Luman, vice president MOTTO If God be for us, who can be against us? COLOR Navy and White FLOWER Red Rose 6 l v L -Nancy Lambert Linda Mavin, girls' treasurer Karlton Rothgeb, boys' treasurer 9 4' A-0 1 ,falf -nf-'QT' 141 yi' fig" ' f V- gc 1.4 3 f A gf, jpg V?, Allan Adams Charles Allspaugh Joanna Baker Howard Balsaf 'nu f P .4 'Q' X I K Yvonne Barringer Jack W. Barchleff Joe Base-hore Nancy Beach ,ff ' A , Gia' Qi.. -uc 'vw 'sf i Barbara Joan Beil Roberf A. Birkmire Nancy Kay Bixler Donald R. Blose -l 5 Sd' 4-P' QQ 13147 .. Q kwa 4 -s Xu Q. f-3 ""' H -is Cx J . V -5 auf' Ronald R. Blose Beffy Borkosky Sally .lo Boyd Sharon K. Boyd 4-...I 2 if' 'SJ v-ab Ronald E, Brown Lois Marie Burch Norman D. Burrell Daniel Bufler 3 Q K 'ui Rx 'fe IQ ig it ' 3- ' .Riu fi Q N: kg? ,Wh D.. 453' Y-ii' Nolan Carman Diane Marie Crawford Clara L. Crosby Jane? Crow I Q E' .fd 'W J ' is Mary Ann Dalfon Janet Doe Pafricia K. Doe Ronald M, Dolch '-.nv "l'5"Q:?bN -N43 'M A -as for -J ----as Robert L. 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Good James David Gorrill .W X -df ,aww Dorcas Graber Jim Graves Ellen Gregory ,ig si , i Lawton Carl Gerlinger, Il -ff.: ':-, ssias if is lfi J J. rf' 4 J ssr K 'VF' X , sria ----- s --If V sss . ss. in i i I f i Q. if 1 ' f' fi .Si Y if l L 4 AL? John D. Gorrill Q Kay Hammer 3- .'f 'li' IN x ng 1 .- ? . at N ' rdf km Wayne Harris Ronald E. Hartley ,gi i Robert L. Hartman Rex Hathaway GJ' N...-J' i -a:,. Richard L, Hattendorf Sharon Kay Heiserman Ron Henry Virginia Marie Hirsch 'tax G? 'ii X047 "5 'S' tx Q Arthur Mered Hoff Raymond Alan Hossler Margaret Ann Howard Richard Hoyer ffl in " -v se, il- 5 L l Nancy Lou Hunker Robert George Huth Joni Jackson Bill Jeakle .QQ Jesse Johnson Levi W. Jones Gordon Lewis Kimble Anita Kissling -'x P0 'ff Nancy Lambert Susan Layton Kay Lind Robert Lombardy A K 3 Paf Luman Jim McCarley SQ... .-X 'Q' -QT Mary C. Macios Karen Sue Masel Charlene Mears Don Murphy K J -cf Beverly Joyce McCracken Ann McLaughlin , gif-vvf M I Gerald E. Mafz Linda Mavin T Bill Neikirk 1' di, tl"' Y ff W' James Donald Newcomer r W' Tony Nixon pf, H15 ,lp Q1 , 5- Y A 5 g If Jim Nominee Don Opperman Tom Painter A-rl-" Jane Elizabeth Perry Sondra Poffs 953 lim Q " Don Phillips Jacqueline Phipps Tom Porfer Donna Powell Robert C. Rausch .lean Reiss . QF ..- i i' i 4' u . , S Q mf r, up xx M D .M Roger Rhine 'Y'-f"' Ralph E. Sackeff 5 va" V R fr lr 'X James Richardson Karlfon J. Rofhgeb Wayne A. Russell lima of a ww... . , 4 K .M . A x, Connie , f""ii ' CD 1 X ' 2.4 C. Saubers D. Richard Sayre Darl L. Schilf A Q' -',w 1-"ff -J" .,,.-I if Barbara D. Scoff Leighton H. Seaman Richard A. Senn Judith Doreen Shiflef 'WY' fi 'UW -has - .S-, Qi Jane Siegchrist Duane Smith Jerry Smith Mary Jane Smith X- N tg? . 1 i, 3 2 Shelby Jean Smith Larry Snyder Sally Jo-anne Snyder Bob Staple William T. Stover Harry M. Swartz Roberta Swartzbaugh Larry Swihart alive i 1, Tom Thaxlon ff.-:rr is 3 Eileen Volkmer 2, , Richard Turner Gene Vogel tw f 1 X U ' l x 'Y w. 4. Leonard Vogel Danny Wagner Sharon Walker Archie Wallermeyer nv-fs, 'Q-'TY ., A, Sally Ward Karen Whitney Alfred Williams 25 Susan Williams Ruth Ziegler ALMA MATER Devotion to Fostoria High Across the space of time. Her loyal sons and daughters sing Her praise in every climeg They clamber to the ladder's top For choicest fruits each yearg They bow in homage at the shrine, Their alma mater dear. f ALLAN ADAMS Football, 2'37 Proiection Club, 2-3-47 Hi-Y, 47 Annual Staff, 4. CHARLES ALLSPAUGH Stage Crew, 3-47 Jr. Class Play, Cast and Crew, 37 Sr. Class Play, Crew, 3-47 Jr. Class, Crew, 47 All-School Play, Crew, 47 One-Acts, Crew, 47 Operetta, Crew, 47 Chorus, 27 Proiection Club, 2-3-4, Vice- President, 47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Football, 2,37 Track, 4. .IOANNA BAKER Jr. Class Play Property Mistress, 37 All- School Play Properly Mistress, 47 Orchestra, I-2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Triangle Leader, 47 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, President, 47 National Honor, 3-47 Jr. Red Cross Coun- cil, 4, President, 47 Library Staff, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 4, Circulation Head, 4. HOWARD W. BALSAT Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Proiection Club, 2'3'4f Annual Staff, Photographer, 47 Stu- dent Photographer, 47 Office Worker, 2-3. YVONNE BARRINGER Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Home Ec., 27 Journal Staff, 27 Chorus, 2-47 Girls' Glee, 2-47 Home Room Secretary, l-37 Omicron Lambda. I. JACK W. BARTCHLETT Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, I-27 Sound System, I-2-3-47 Home Room President, I7 Proiection Club, I-2-3-4, Officer, 3. JOE BASEHORE Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 2'3'4f Pit Orches- tra, 2-3-47 Pep Band, 2-3-47 Dance Band, 2-3-47 Choir, 2-3-47 Dixieland, 3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Octette, 3-47 Basketball, I7 One-Acts, I-37 Operetta, 2-47 Jr. Class Play Business Manager, 37 All-School Play Business Manager, 47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Annual Staff General Manager, 47 Hall Monitor, I. NANCY BEACH Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 47 Hall Monitor, 2. BARBARA JOAN BEIL Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Girls' Glee, 2-3-47 Double Octette, 2-3-47 Girls' En- semble, 2-3-47 Operetta, 2-47 Y-Teens, 2- 3-47 Lambda Sigma, 37 Omicron lambda, I7 Journal Staff, I-2-4, Page Editor, 47 Annual Staff, 47 Home Room Vice-Presi- dent, 37 Home Room President, 27 Student Council, 27 Office Assistant, 4. ROBERT A. BIRKMIRE Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 2-3-47 Pit Orches- tra, 2-3-47 Pep Band, I-2-3-47 Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Boys' Octette, 3-47 Operetta, 47 Dance Band, 2-3-47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Wrestling, 2-3-4, letter- man, 3-47 Track, 4. NANCY KAY BIXLER Chorus, I7 Girls' Glee, I7 Y-Teens, I-2-37 Omicron Lambda, I-2-4. DONALD R. BLOSE Band, I-2-3-47 Choir, 2-3-47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2'3'4f Pep Band, 3-47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, I7 Shop Assistant, 4. RONALD R. BLOSE Band, l'2'3'4i Pep Band, I-2-37 Drum Maior, 47 Annual Staff, 47 Omicron Lamb- da, I7 Hi-Y, 2-3-4. BETTY BORKOSKY Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 47 Make-up Mistress, 2-3-47 Assistant to teacher, 4. SALLY JO BOYD Y-Teens, 2-3-47 G.A.A., 3-47 Chorus, 47 Girls' Glee, 47 All-School Play, 2-47 Cheer- leading, I-2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, I-2. SHARON K. BOYD Hall Monitor, I-27 Library Staff, 37 lab. Assistant, 47 Omicron Lambda, I-2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 F.T.A., 3-4, Officer, 47 Quill and Scroll, 47 Annual Staff, 47 Journal Re- porter, 3-4, Page Editor, 47 Operetta Crew, I-27 All-School Play, Crew, I-2-4. RONALD E. BROWN Proiection Club, 2-3-47 Gym Assistant, 4. LOIS MARIE BURCH G.A.A., 2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Lambda Sigma, 3-47 One-Acts, 37 Student Nurse, 47 Hall Monitor, 2. NORMAN D. BIJRRELL All-School Play, 37 One-Acts, 37 Proiection Club, 2-3, Vice-President, 37 Quill and Scroll. 37 Art Club, 2, Vice-President, 27 Omicron Lambda, 3-47 Football, 27 Journal Staff, 2-3, Sports Editor, 3. DANIEL BUTLER V.l.C., 3-47 Traffic Patrol, 4. NOLAN CARMAN Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Football, 2-4, Letterman, 47 Basket- ball, 2-37 Track, 27 Hall Monitor, 27 Hi-Y, 2-3-4. DIANE MARIE CRAWFORD Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Vice-President, 47 Art Club, 2-3-4, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 47 F.T.A., 3-4, Secretary, 47 Annual Staff, Literary Head, 47 Jr. Class Play, 37 All-School Play Stage Crew, 3-4, Costume Designer, 3-47 One-Acts, Director, 47 Office Assistant, 4. CLARA L. CROSBY Y-Teens, 2-3-47 G.A.A., 2-3-4, Vice- President 47 Student Nurse, 4. JANET CROW Y-Teens, 2'3'42 Omicron Lambda, l-2-37 lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Band, Flag Bearer, 3-47 Chorus, 27 Girls' Glee, 27 Jr. Class Play, Crew, 37 Assistant, 4. MARY ANN DALTON Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 1-2-3-47 Pit Or- chestra, I-2-3-47 Pep Band, 2-3-47 Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Girls' Glee, 2-3-47 Girls' Sextette, 2-3-47 Double Octette, 2-3- 47 Operetta, 2-47 Band and Orchestra, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 47 Y-Teens, 2-3-4, President, 47 Omicron Lambda, I-2-37 Stu- dent Council, 2-3-4, Secretary, 3-47 Lambda Sigma, 2-37 National Honor, 3-47 Home Room President, 2-37 Home Room Vice- President, I7 Sr. Class Secretary, 47 Annual Staff, 4. JANET DOE Chorus, 3-47 Jr. Play Stage Crew, 37 Y- Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 An- nual Staff, 47 Girls' Glee, 4. PATRICIA K. DOE Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Band, Maiorette, 2-3-4. RONALD M. DOLCH Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 3-47 Chorus, 2-3- 47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Dance Band, 2-3-47 Pit Orchestra, 2-37 Pep Band, 2-37 Hi-Y, 3-47 Basketball, I7 Football, I-2-3-47 Track, I. ROBERT L. EARL Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 2-3-47 Dance Band, 2-3-47 Pep Band, 3-47 Pit Orchestra, 3-47 Omicron Lambda, I-2-3-4, Parlia- mentarian, 4. RONALD ENDICOTT Football, I-2-37 Hi-Y, 2-3-4. FHYLLI S FERGUSON Y-Teens, 2-3-4. LAQUITA F LANNERY Homeroom Vice-President, 27 Junior Class Vice-President, 37 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Secretary, 47 Y- Teens, 2-3-4, Songleader, 47 Choir 2-3-4, Librarian, 3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Girls' Glee, 2-3-47 Double Octette, 2-3-47 Girls' En- semble, 2-3-47 Journal Staff, 3-4, Feature Editor, 47 Annual Staff, 47 Jr. Class Play, Publicity Head, 37 Hall Monitor, I7 Class President, I7 Journal, Jr. High Editor, I7 Latin Club, I7 Band, I7 Debate Teams, I7 Dramatics Club, I7 Student Council Presi- dent, 4. EARL FLICKER All-School Play, 47 Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Boys' Glee, 2-3-47 Operetta, Prop- erty Head, 47 Football, 2-37 Library Staff, 2-3-4. CAROL FOX Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Home Ec., 2-47 Hall Monitor, 27 Stage Crew, Jr. Class Play, 37 Omicron Lambda, 3. NANCY FOX Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Home Ec. Club, 4, Assistant, 4, Treasurer, 47 Stage Crew, 37 Annual Stott, 4. EDWARD FREDERICKS V.l.C., 3-47 Stage Crew, 2-3-4. THOMAS A. FREDERICK Annual Staff, 47 Hall Monitor, I-27 Pro- iection Club, 3-47 Shop Assistant, 2-3. PATRICIA GARDNER Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 47 Stage Crew, 3. YVONNE GEREN Choir, 3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Y- Teens, 2-3-47 Home Ec., 2-4, Reporter, 2, Vice-President, 47 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Jr. Class Play, 3. LAWTON CARL GERLINGER, II Jr. Class Play Director, 37 All-School Play, 27 One-Acts, I-2-3-4, Best Actor, 37 Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, I-2-3-4: Pit Orchestra, I-2-3-47 Pep Band, 2-3-47 Choir, 27 Chorus, 27 Glee, 27 Dance Band, 2-3-4 Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Vice-President, 47 Basketball, I-2-37 Annual Staff, 4. NEIL GLASER Annual Staff, 47 Art Director, 47 Hi-Y, 2-3- 47 Art Club, 2, Officer, 27 Stage Crew, 37 All-School Play, 37 One-Acts, 3. CHARLES L. GOOD Student Council, F.F.A., I7 Football, 37 Hi-Y, 4. JAMES D. GORRILL Hi-Y, I-2-37 Wrestling, I. JOHN D. GORRILL Hi-Y, 47 Football, 1-2. DORCAS GRABER Library Staff, I-27 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Home Ec. Club, 27 Omicron Lambda, 3-47 Annual Staff, 4. JAMES GRAVES V.l.C., 4. ELLEN GREGORY Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 One-Acts, 2-47 Y- Teens, 2-3-4, Triangle Leader, 47 Varsity Cheerleader, 47 Class Play, 3. KAY HAMMER One-Act Play, 2-37 Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 G.A.A., 3'4f Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, I7 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 4. WAYNE HARRIS Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Proiection Club, 2-3-47 Stage Crew, 37 Hall Monitor, 27 Annual Staff, 4. RONALD E. HARTLEY Tratfic Patrol, 3-47 Gym Assistant, 3. ROBERT L. HARTMAN V.l.C., 3-4. REX HATHAWAY Proiection Club, 2-3-4, Officer, 47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 4. RICHARD HATTENDORF F.T.A., 3-4, President, 47 Hi-Y, 2-3-4, President, 2-3-47 National Honor, 3-47 Orchestra, I-2-3-47 Pit Orchestra, 2'3'4f Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Art Club, 2. SHARON KAY HEISERMAN Choir, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Band, 3-4, Maiorette, 3-47 Jr. Class Play, 37 All-School Play, 47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Lambda Sigma, 4, Treasurer, 47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Annual Staff, 4. RON HENRY Football, 2-3-47 Wrestling, 3, Manager, I-27 V.l.C., 3-47 Traffic Patrol, 47 Track, 3. VIRGINIA MARIE HIRSCH Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Stage Crew, 3. ARTHUR MERED HOFF Jr. Class President, 37 Home Room Presi- dent, 37 Jr. Class Play Cast, 37 Football, 2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Co-Captain, 47 Basketball, 2-3-4, Leyerman, 47 National Honor, 3-47 Hi-Y, 2-3-47 Track, 27 Student Counil, 3, Vice.-President, 37 Annual Staff, 4. RAMOND ALAN HOSSLER Gym Assistant, 47 Hall Monitor, 3. MARGARET ANN HOWARD Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Lambda Sigma, 2-3-47 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-4. RICHARD HOYER Proiection Club, 27 V.I.C., 3-47 Manager of co-op store, 4. NANCY LOU HUNKER Choir, 3'41 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-41 All- School Play Cast, 47 One-Act Play Cast, 2, Best Acrtess, 27 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 2-3-47 Hall Monitor, I-2. ROBERT GEORGE HUTH Proiection Club, 2-3-47 All-School Play, Stage Crew, 4. JONI JACKSON G.A.A., 2-3-47 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 F.T.A., 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 27 Chorus, 2-3-47 Glee, 2-3-47 Gym Assistant, 27 Hall Monitor, 2. BILL JEAKLE V.l.C., 37 Trattic Patrol, 2-3-47 Hall Monitor, 2. JESSE JOHNSON Wrestling, 2-37 V.l.C., 3-4, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 47 Football, I7 Basketball, I. LEVI W. JONES Proiection Club, I-27 Traffic Patrol, 3-47 V.l.C., 3-4. GORDON LEWIS KIMBLE Journal Staff, 3-47 Basketball, I-2-37 Hall Monitor, 2-37 Football, I7 Track, I. ANITA KISSLING Band, I-2-3-47 Orchestra, 2-3-47 Pit Or- chestra, 3-47 Pep Band, 3-47 Chorus, Glee, 27 Y-Teens, 2-3-47 Omicron Lambda, 3-47 National Honor, 3-4, Secretary, 47 F.T.A., I-2-3-4, President, 37 Library Staff, 37 Annual Staff, Editor, 47 Literary Staff, 47 Jr. Class Play Ticket Chairman, 37 All- School Play Ticket Chairman, 3-47 One-Acts Ticket Chairman, 3. NANCY LAMIERT F.T.A., 2-3-4, Treasurer, 3, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, One-Act Play Cast, l, Jr. Class Play Staff, 3, All-School Play Cast, 3, Journal Staff, 3, Annual Staff, 4. SUSAN LAYTON Band, I-2-3-4, Orchestra, I-2-3-4, Pit Or- chestra, I-2-3-4, Choir, 3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Secretary, 4, Omicron Lambda, 3-4, National Honor, 3-4, All-School Play, 4, Jr. Class Play, 3, Box Office Chairman, 3. KAY LIND Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Chorus, Glee, 2, One-Act Crew, 3-4, Jr. Play Crew, 3, All-School Plays, 3-4. ROBERT LOMDARDY Football, 2-3-4, Letterman, 4, Proiection Club, 3-4. PAT LUMAN Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Secretary, 4, Y- Teens, 2-3-4, Treasurer, 4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Student Council, 2-3-4, Treas- urer, 3, Home Room Officer, I, Hall Moni- tor, 3, Senior Class Vice-President, 4, Annual Staff, 4. JIM MQCARLEY Library Staff, 2, Stage Crew, 3-4, Proiec- tion Club, 3-4. BEVERLY JOYCE MQCRACKEN Y-Teens, 2-3-4, National Honor, 3-4, Choir, Chorus, Glee, 2-3-4, Girls' Octet, 4, Junior Class Play, 3, All-School Play, 3, One-Act Play Student Director, 3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Stage Crew, 4, Lambda Sigma, 2, Dou- ble Octet, 4, Girls' Ensemble, 4. ANN McLAUGHLlN Choir, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Triangle Leader, 4, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4. MARY C. MACIAS Y-Teens, 2-3-4, G.A.A., 2-3-4, Officer, 3-4, Gym Assistant, 2, Library Staff, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Student Nurse, 3. KAREN SUE MASEL Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, F.T.A., I-2-3-4, Officer, 3, National Honor, 3-4, Student Nurse, 3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Stage Crew, 4, Jr. Class Play, 3, One-Act Plays, Best Act- ress, l, Director, 3, All-School Play Student Director, 3-4. GERALD E. MATZ Band, I-2-3-4, Pit Orchestra, 2-3-4, Pep Band, 1-2-3-4, Orchestra, l-2-3-4, Dixie- land, 3-4, Chorus, 4, Glee, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2, F.T.A., 4, All-School Play, I, Dance Band, 2-3-4, Band Historian, l-2-3, Orchestra Historian, 1, Director of Music, All-School Play, 4. LINDA MAVIN Y-Teens, 2-3-4, F.T.A., 3-4, Secretary, 3, Parliamentarian, 4, Chorus, 2-3, Glee, 2-3, Jr. Class Play, 3, All-School Play, 3-4, Student Council, 4, Class Officer, 4, An- nual Staff, 4, One-Act Play, Director, 3-4. CHARLENE MEARS Choir, 3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Orchestra, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Play Advertising Head, 3. DON MURPHY Band, l-2-3-4, Pep Band, l, Pit Orchestra, l-2, Orchestra, 2-3-4, Choir, 2-4, Chorus, 2-4, Glee, 2-4, Accompanist, 2-4, All- School Play, l-3, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Chaplain, 2- 3-4, Omicron Lambda, I-2-3, Annual Staff, 4, Advertising Manager, 4, Assembly Orgarlist, 1-2-3-4. IILL NEIKIRK Basketball, I-2-3-4, Letterman, 3-4, Band, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, 3, Pit Orchestra, 2-3, Dixieland, 2-4, Dance Band, 2-3-4. JAMES DONALD NEWCOMER Band, I-2-3-4, Orchestra, I-2-3-4, Pep Band, 1-2-3-4, Pit Orchestra, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Vice-President, 2-3, Chorus, 4, Omicron Lambda, 2, Glee, 4. TONY NIXON Basketball, 'I-2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Foot- ball, l-2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Track, l, Choir, Chorus, Glee, 2-3-4, Homeroom Officer, l-2, Senior Class President, 4, National Honor, 3-4, President, 4, Octette, 4, All-School Play, l-2, One-Acts, 2, Stu- dent Council, I-2-4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, l-2, Hall Monitor, I-2. JIM NOMINEE Hi-Y, 2-3, Proiection Club, 1-2-3-4, Wrest- ling, 3-4, Letterman, 4, Captain 4. DANNY OPPERMAN Football, 2-3-4, Co-Captain, 4, Track, 2-3- 4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Double Octette, 4, Boys' Octette, 4, One- Act Play, 4. TOM PAINTER Hi-Y, 2-3-4, V.l.C. 3-4. JANE ELIZABETH PERRY Band, l-2, Orchestra, I-2-3-4, Pit Orches- tra, 3-4, One-Acts, l, Annual Staff, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Cheerleader, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Triangle Leader, 4, Omicron Lamb- da, l-2-3, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, National Honor, 3-4, Vice-President, 4, Hall Moni- tor, l. DON PHILLIPS Jr. Class Play, 3, Sophomore Class Play, Director, 4, Hall Monitor, 3. JACOUELINE PHIPPS Band, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, I-2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, I-2-3-4, Lambda Sigma, 3-4, Journal Staff, I, Annual Staff, 4, Jr. Class Play, 3. .TOM PORTER All-School Play, 4, Art Club, 2-3-4, Hi-Y, 4. SANDRA POTTS Annual Staff, 4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, l-2-3-4, Secretary, 4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Play, 3, Home Room Officer, l-2-3, Stage Crew, l-2. DONNA POWELL Chorus, 2-3, Glee, 2-3, Student Nurse, 3-4, Cafeteria Staff, 3, Y-Teens, 2-3, Omicron Lambda, l-2, Home Ec. Club, 4, Library Staff, 2. ROIERT C. RAUSCH Proiection Club, l-2-3-4, Secretary 3, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 1-2, Sound Squad, l-2-3-4, Hall Monitor, 2, Home Room Offi- cer, 2, Annual Staff, 4, One-Act Play, 4. .IEAN REISS Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Hall Monitor, 3. ROGER RHINE Proiection Club, 2-3-4, Stage Crew, 3-4, All School Play Crew, 3-4, Jr. Class Play Crew, 3, One-Acts Play Crew, 3-4, Sr. Class Play Crew, 3-4. JAMES RICHARDSON One-Act Plays, Best Actor, 2, Director, 4, Journal Staff, 4, All School Play, 3, Pro- iection Club, 2, Football, 2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Boys' Octette, 4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Operetta, 4, Cheerleader, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Track, 3. KARLTON J. ROTHGEB Band, 2-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Boys' Octette, 4, Student Council, I-4, Vice-President, 4, Boys' Treasurer, 3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Basketball, 4, Captain, 4, Operetta Cast, 2. WAYNE A. RUSSELL Football, I-2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Track, 2-3-4, Letterman, 4, Wrestling, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Band, l-2-3-4. RALPH E. SACKETT library Staff, 2, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, F,T.A., 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4. CONNIE C. SAUBERS Omicron Lambda, 1, Art Club, 2-3-4, Vice- President, 4, Secretary, 3, F.T.A., 3-4, Na- tional Honor, 3-4, Lambda Sigma, 3, Glee, 2, Chorus, 2, Annual Staff, 4, Y-Teens, 2-3- 4, Triangle Leader, 4. D. RICHARD SAYRE Track, 'I-2-3, Wrestling, I-2, Hi-Y, 2, Foot- ball, 2-3, Stage Crew, 3. DARL L. SCHILT Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2. BARBARA D. SCOTT Choir, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2-3, Home Ec., 2-4, President, 4, Stage Crew, 3, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4. LEIGHTON H. SEAMAN Basketball, 2-3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4, Foot- ball, 4, Letterman, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4. RICHARD A. SENN Proiection, 2-3-4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Track, 2, Wrestling, I, Basketball, 2. JUDITH DOREEN SHIFLET Choir, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Journal Staff, 1-2-3-4,-Editor, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Cheerleader, 4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Triangle Leader, 4, Omicron Lamb- da, I, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Quill and Scroll, 3-4. JANE SIEGCHRIST Omicron Lambda, 1, Y-Teens, 2-3, Home Ec. Club 2-3-4, Treasurer, 3, Chorus, 3, Glee, 3, Student Nurse, 4. DUANE SMITH Football, I, Praiection Club, 2-3-4. JERRY SMITH Proiection Club, 2-3-4, Secretary, 4, One- Act Plays, 4, Gym Assistant, 4, Football, 2-4, Hall Monitor, 2, Annual Staff, 4. MARY JANE SMITH Home Ec. Club, 2, Y-Teens, 3-4, Library Staff, 3-4. SHELBY JEAN SMITH Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 3-4, Band, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, I-2-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Co- Chairman of Box Office, 3, Pep Band, 3, Pit Orchestra, l-2-3-4, Accompanist, 4, Annual Staff, 4. LARRY SNYDER V.l.C., 3-4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4. SALLY JO-ANNE SNYDER Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Play Stage Crew, 3, All-School Play, 3, Journal Staff, 3, Annual Staff, 4, One-Act Play Director, 3. BOB STAPLE Football, l-3-4, Letterman, 4, Track 2-4, Jr. Class Play Crew, 3. WILLIAM T. STOVER Band, 1-2-3-4, Pep Band, 2-3-4, Orchestra, 3-4, Dance Band, 3-4, Dixieland Band, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, All-School Play Cast, l, Foot- ball Manager, 1. HARRY M. SWARTZ Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Octette, 3-4, Operetta, 4, Traffic Patrol, 2-3-4, Shop Assistant, 3-4, Football, I-2- 3-4, Letterman, 2-3-4. ROBERTA SWARTZBAUGH Annual Staff, 4, Hall Monitor, I-2-3, Y- Teens, 2-3-4, Omicron Lambda, 2, Lambda Sigma 2-3, Art Club, 3-4. LARRY SWIHART Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Play Cast, 3, Football, 2-3-4, Track, 2-3-4, Letterman, 3-4, Gym Assist- ant, 3, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Library Staff, I, Auto Shop Assistant, 4. TOM THAXTON Football, 1-2-3-4, Letterman, 4, Wrestling, 2, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Home Room President, 3, Shop Assistant, 2, Hi-Y, 2-3-4. RICHARD TURNER Omicron Lambda, 2-3-4, Cafeteria Staff, 2-3-4, Journal Staff, 3, Hall Monitor, 2-3, Football , 4. GENE VOGEL V.I .C. 3-4. LEONARD VOGEL Proiection Club, 2-3-4, Hall Monitor, 3. EILEEN VOLKMER Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Omi- cron Lambda, 2-3-4, Stage Crew, 3, Teacher Assistant, 4. DANNY WAGNER Stage Crew, 2-3-4, Proiection Club, 3-4. SHARON WALKER Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Play Cast, 3, All-School Play Cast, 4, Home Room Officer, l-2, Omicron Lambda, l. ARCHIE WALTERMYER V.l.C. Club, 3-4, Traffic Patrol, 2-3-4, Cap- tain, 3-4. SALLY WARD Y-Teens, 2-3, Home Ec. Club, 2-3-4, Re- porter, 3, Secretary, 4, Hall Monitor, I, Library Staff, 4, Home Room Officer, I-2- 3, Chorus, 2-3, Glee, 2-3, Stage Crew, 3. KAREN WHITNEY Orchestra, l-2-3-4, Band, 2-3, Pit Orches- tra, 2-3-4, Choir, 2-3-4, Chorus, 2-3-4, Glee, 2-3-4, Girls' Sextet, 4, Double Oc- tette, 3-4, Girls' Octette, 3-4, Y-Teens, 2-3-4, Lambda Sigma, 2-3-4, Vice-Presi- dent, 4, Omicron Lambda, I-2-3, One-Act Plays, I, Journal Staff, 2, Library Staff, 1, Annual Staff, 4. ALFRED WILLIAMS Band, I-2-3-4, Dance Band, 1-2-3-4, Pit Orchestra, 'l-2-3-4, Orchestra, 2-3-4, Pep Band, I-2-3-4, Choir, 3-4, Chorus, 3-4, Boys' Octette, 4, Double Octette, 4, Glee, 3-4, Operetta, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Track, 2, Magazine Campaign Business Manager, 4. SUSAN WILLIAMS Home Instruction RUTH ZIEGLER Chorus, I-2-3-4, Glee, I-2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Omicron Lambda, I-2, Home Ec. Club, 2-3-4, Hall Monitor, 2-3, Assistant To Teacher, 4, Office Assistant, 2-3. Best All-Around Student Tony Nixon, Mary Ann Dalton SR. PERSONALITIES Prettlest Eyes Sharon Walker, Wayne Harris Best Actor A Actress Mon Amhn' Lawton Gerlinger, Danny oppermon' Ellen Gregory Joan Jackson Most Bashful Tom Porter, Mary Jane Smith Best Personallty Art Hoff, Laquita Flannery Best Looking Bill Neikirk, Barbara Bell Best Dancer Jim Richardson, Judy Shiflet Prettlest Hair Don Phillips, Pat Luman Best Smlle Kay Hammer, Jerry Smith fi Most Musical Joe Basehore, Shelby Smith Neatest Dresser Norman Burrell, Jane Perry Most likely to Succeed Dick Hattendorf, 31 Susan Layton i 1 Q5 Qi. Q k m K XE 9 5 5 Q.-.L , . .K., XX w 'ash y ' f Q 5 we ' Neil Glaser Ss JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS s Deanna Gatrell, Pat Brown, Steve McClellan, Rick Nesbit. ROW l: Marcia Beltz, Judy Browning, Mary Jo Bell, Elizabeth Bloodworth, Pat Bower, Carol Aungst, Emanuel Browning. ROW 2: Brenda Beigh, Peggy Biddle, Jackie Beam, Sandra Banks, Frank Burk, Pat Brown, Bucky Boyd. ROW 3: Kenneth Bauman, Ronald Barkley, Marion Brookman, Jim Brant, Ronald Bickel. J U N IO RS HOME Room Pnssmsms Stan Smith, Pat Brown, Loren Kranz, Perry Reinhart. This has really been a busy year, hasn't it? You've done a lot of things that you'll long remember . . . the vigorous class officer election . . . the iunior class play . . . the wonderful prom. Next year you'll be even busier, you'll have more fun, and you'll Work harder. Good luck to you, the class of 1957-next year's sen- iors. ROW l: Jane Clark, Jane Crosby, Janet Dull, Judy Edwards, Jill Carter, Barbara Conrad, Sue Cole. ROW 2: Ray Davis, Roger Ebersole, Jim Cobb, Ronnie Dueble, Larry Cockrell. ROW 3: Coby Coburn, Wade Cover, Larry Correll, Don Davis. ROW l: Carolyn Harden, Beverly Flicker, Kris Gutknecht, Deanna Gatrell, Beverly Glass, Sonia Gatrell. ROW 2: Jon Fruth, Joyce Fittro, Barbara Guthrie, Sarah Gingerick, Deanna Fry, John Gregory, David Green. ROW 3: Lowell Griffin, Jim Fittro, Tom Fruth, Pete Goddard, Ronnie Foster, Tom Elter. ROW l: Rose Ann Middleton, Linda Mare shall, Sue Masamer, Carol Lewis, Sandra Lowery, Gwen Marshall. ROW 2: Joe Messenger, Frank Milligan, Steve McClellan, Don Miller, David Mc- Donald, John Masters. ROW 3: Gary McPherson, Mike Lester, Wayne Mooney, Charles Lorah. ROW l: Jeanne Hitchcock, Beverly Hossler, Joyce Jackman, Mildred Johnson, Pat Kroetz, Colleen Jones ROW 2: Harold Hemrninqef Shirley Jack- son, Janice lmmel, Mary lily Householder, Joyce Lee, Eleanor Hunker, Bob Henry. ROW 3: Virlyn Kenner, Loren Kranz, Rich- ard Krupp, Ralph Kelley, Tom Heilman. JUNIORS . . . ROW l: Mary Shultz, Marlene Smith, Susan Smith, lynn Smith, Donna Sigler, Linda Rowe. ROW 2: Howard Shanks, Dale Scott, Mar- cia Smith, John Spangler, Stan Smith. ROW 3: Dick Slusser, Ben Pratt, Larry Snyder. ROW l: Alice Mullins, Carol Reeve, Eilene Rowe, Sandra Roper, Mary Lou Peters, Earlene Reidling. ROW 2: John Porter, David Ramsey, Gene Richards, Norman Reese, Russell Norman, Perry Reinhard. ROW 3: Terry Reiss, Phil Page, Rick Nes- bitt, Rodney Roth. ROW l: Jo Welsh, Nancy Warren, Judy Woodruff, Kathy Woerner, Sandra Stone, Nancy Van Sant. ROW 2: Janice West, Mary Ann Williams, Carol Zeigler, Ronald Strauss, Edith Wagner, Phyllis Stagger, LaDonna Young. ROW 3: Norman Tarris, Tom Sullivan, Ted Woodruff, Bob Thompson, Chuck Stocker. Most Musical Rose Ann Middleton, Bucky Boyd lest All-Around Student Rodney Roth, Jill Carter Best Actor and Actress Bu' Mary Jo Bell, David McDonald Kris Gutknechtg absent lest Looking linda Marshall, Rick Nesbitt JUNIOR PERSONALITIES Prettlest Halr Kathy Woerner, Neatest Dresser Pct Brown Steve McClellan, Jo Welsh Prettlest Eyes Nancy Warren, Tom Sullivan Most Bashful Loretta Smith, Norman Reese Most Joyce Fittro Don Miller 'L-w..,,,w Q I , 1 . n ew 7 y, 4 1 R Y J ? 4135 J e ,zo Q2 J 5 sei ' 'if . Best Dancer Terry Reiss, Judy Browning Phil Page, Most Likely To Succeed G M h ll Mary Kay Householder, W1-Znm glsmo ' Wade Cover, absent Best Smlle ff: 41' 'ti' ff' J Qu in I Q Q if -Q A-1 :ix 'W 5 , Q SOPHOMORES This was your first big year. You really became a member of the high school . . . you went through those initiations . . . you won first place in the One Acts. You are the future of the high school and its activi- ties. We know that you will do well and become proud graduates of Fostoria High in l958. Nancy Bostic Bob Moore Dixie Hyte Rod Thatcher Alex Wernick HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS Q ROW I: Joyce Aikens, Carolyn Bethel, Janice Barry, Nancy Bostic, Janice Baker, Doris Cook. ROW 2: Judith Brown, Beverly Amos, Sue Abel, Jim Colton, lda Bentley, Anita Comp- ton, Suellen Barkley, linda Beck. ROW 3: Gerald Birkmire, Lyle Boos, Mar Jean Caver, Diane Burrow, Carolyn Crow- ford, Ronald Baney, Danny Bethel. ROW l: Nancy Driggs, Sharon Davis, Jane Fittro, Elaine Dominique, Beverly Fruth, Brenda Flannery. ROW 2: Doug Engleharl, Janice David, Becky Fruth, Diana Folk, Cora Fetro, Ronnie Dunbar. ROW 3: Ronnie Davis, Barbara Fruth, Dianne Farwig, Harry Everly, Jim Decker. SOPHOMORES . . . ROW I: Karen Link, Dixie Hyte, Linda Kinshaw, Brenda Luckey, Jane Lindenman, Marlene Lambright. ROW 2: Jerry lemley, Sue Kiser, Kathy Kissling, Beverly Little, Melvin Johnson. ROW 3: Michael Luman, Anita Macias, Margaret Juergens, Howard Laney, Dan Self. ROW l: Marilyn Goebel, Paula Good, Delores Hoase, Judith Hiser, Emma Hunter, Carol Hainey. ROW 2: Donald Hoffman, James Haynes, Bob Hubbard, Tommy Hiser, George Hossler, Elroy Hoschar. ROW 3: Ronald Holden, Nick Hoinen, Dave Heiserman, Jerry Groves, Charles Gonyer, Ed Hill. ROW I: Marlene McGee, Miriam Mess- enger, Doyle Movin, Nancy Middleton, Sandro McFadden, Sharon McAran. ROW 2: Michael Mason, Zada McHaffie, Donna Miller, Judy Maurer, Norman Nominee. ROW 3: Frank Mallagon, Danny Maurer, Bill McComb, Gene McCarty, Robert Nycum. ROW l: Evaden Paxson, Rayena O'Dell, Jan Samson, Brenda Pullom, Jean Rhine, Pal Schmitz. ROW 2: Judy Rice, Wanda Pacs, Joyce Sanders, Annabelle Peeler, laurel Peter. ROW 3: Roger Plotts, Larry Opperman, Nancy Sayre, Sharon Phillips, Dean Rein- hard, Ronald Paxson. ROW l: Betty Waltermeyer, Linda Wood- ruff, Judy Wolfelt, Judy Woodland, Jean- nette Zeller, Joan Wiktorski. ROW 2: Nancy Vitt, Jean Zavesky, Martha Woodruff, Nellie Woodruff, Sharon Tong, Margaret Wolf, Janet Turner. ROW 3: Bill Wagner, John Wright, Ken- neth True, Alex Wernick, Kenneth Veres, Walter Wilson. ROW I: Janice Snyder, Susan Smith, Sandra Sheridan, Nona Sheridan, Ann Theabald, Brenda Thompson ROW 2: William Stack, Deanna Smith, Gloria Stevenson, Judy Smith, Marjorie Shaver, Howard Sutherland, Dolphus Smith. ROW 3: David Shumaker, Rodney Thatcher, Betty Stearns, Judy Sharpless, Shelby Smith, Kip Swartzbaugh. HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS veg, N ig? vm. ' avi' ROW l: Jolene Bulkoski, Sue Borkoski, Marilyn Chambers, Sally Barringer, Con- stance Bauman, Janet Anderson, Charlene Bullock. ROW 2: Junior Allison, John Baker, Ed Chamberlain, Ronald Biddle, Bob Agnew, Forrest Clagg, Ralph Babb. ROW 3: Horace Boone, Bill Bond, Jim Blaser, Earl Balderson, Tom Ash, Tom Bender. FRESHMEN Jim Vanderhoff Doug Essman Ann Gerlinger Jim Moore Jackie Marshall This year you've gotten your first taste of high-school life. lt's a lot of fun, isn't it? You, the class of '59, have acquired a repu- tation for being a very good class. You have three years to build into that reputa- tion and we know that you will build only good things into it. Good luck! ROW l: Pat Doll, Martha Delp, Carol England, Judy Englehart, Rosemary Dieter, Ruth Ann Doe. ROW 2: James Dalton, Jackie Clagg, Larry Firestine, Charles Dieter, Bill Dauterman, Kenneth Fillhart, Paul Cooper. ROW l: Charles Goddard, Joanne Goebel, Margaret Fletcher, Pat Harpley, Bonnie Hartley, Barbara Henry, Carol Good, Brenda Gatrell, Dennis Hall. ROW 2: Jerry Flechtner, Mike Hayfield, Ann Gerlinger, Wyneta Fox, Clara Fold, Dean Good, Mike Harman. ROW 3: Larry Frederick, Brian Fouts, James Fry, Garry Fox, Mike Hillier, Nelson Hazeltine, David Haney. ROW l: Jackie Marshall, Judy Myers, Paulette Newcomer, Judy Niday, Marcella Miller, Rose Mary Miller, Faith Needles. ROW 2: Jim Moore, Dolly Mankin, Peggy Nycum, Sue lemly, Margaret Moore, Calvin Marshall. ROW 3: Charles Miller, John McKean, David Moore, Douglas McDonald, lupe Martinez, Louis Monthey, Mike LeMasters. ROW I: Kay Horner, Sue Kovacs, Carol Jo Kranz, Leola Jay, Joan Hudson, Mildred Hummel, Phyllis Huffman, Paulette Kurtz. ROW 2: Gury Lee, David Kizer, Karis Horner, Charlotte Jackson, Willie Mae Jones, Joyce Lytle, Merlin Hull, David Krupp. ROW 3: Ronald Laney, Tom Jackman, Bud Kauffman, Gordon Keller, Bill Kauff- man, Jim Kopf, Tom Krupp, Chester Long. FRESHMEN . . . ROW 1: Sharon Schroder, Judy Siekeres, Pam Swihart, Brenda Shesler, Suzanne Richardson, Jan Sellers, Peggy Smith. ROW 2: Danny Smith, Janet Roper, Arlene Sayre, Judy Shultz, Sandra Snyder, Fred Shanks. ROW 3: Robert Riggle, Larry Runion, James Stover, Larry Stutzman. ROW l: Becky Purkey, Ola Foe Rice, Kay Payne, Judy Rasp, Patsy Pickens, Sara Reiss, Joan Phipps. ROW 2: Fred Ohler, David Rice, Judith Painter, Janice Porter, Elaine Pullins, James Radcliff, Robert Rees. ROW 3: Vic Oliver, Robert Peters, Ray- mond Nye, Neil Reinhard, Jerry Ramsey, Dallas Reasner, Jim Paine, Robert Peter. ROW l: Jane True, Joyce Wagner, Janet Walsh, Pat Todd, Linda Vogel, Nancy Zuber, Joyce Yockey. ROW 2: Tom Vitt, Cynthia Wells, Addie Treadwell, Nancy Tucker, Daisy Woodruff, Jim Vanderhotf. ROW 3: Jack Walker, John Switzer, Tom Vogel, Tom Thornton, James Williams, Richard Twells. 'QP' . W at 03.- . ,.. , S mf ,an ,iffigix Q x, Q4 I -.zeiszif ,Sk . , -fx NY 5 fm wr aiu f 9 Ask f ---. if, :A swf: if -f, mx. 'T I s ,L ,ji ,figs 5 1.sakg15, 5 f- :ssh-1 191 1,3 fi? - , If mf- i 5, s-nmzff f f QL X -wit: I Eli. -if ,an T. ,Q 15 "' a " I W Q? ,, My M . Aj A L' f - A 'B if Www-mx w ww if W-...QQ yk M in tw 2 , ff f 4 A-, QL 5 New J? K, GTF X Q1 1 IS EIGHTH GRADE HOME Room Pnsslnsms A lat of things have happened to you this year that you'll remember for a long while. Who could forget the Ohio History Notebook contest, the spelling contest, the noon basketball games, or the dances that . were usually sponsored by Hi-Y? Next year you will be in high school. The high-school L years go fast, have fun but remember that - school should also be taken seriously. Learn all you can. Lana lee, Pat Zavesky, Carol Chambers, Lois Messenger, Carl Conrad. ROW 'l: Gloria Bcrringer, Delores Dra- man, Margaret Brant, Nancy Allison, Lillian Aiken, Alice Banks, Kathy Birkmire, Sandra Bethel. ROW 2: Judith Bethel, Nara Brown, Marcia Bradner, Saundra Beason, Janet Beam, Carol Bentz, Janet Borkosky, Norma Bertram. ROW 3: Gerrald Alley, Kenny Bower, Tom Boas, Gerhard Bolen, Brooke Brown, Jim Brandt, Clarence Blackburn. ROW lz Emma Dieter, Beverly Dixie, Judy Coburn, Judy Canine, Virginia Delp, Sandy Cole, Carol Burk, Virginia Countryman. ROW 2: Sharon Carnicom, Helen Crosby, Caral Chambers, Wanda Cook, Linda Davison, Karen Cook, Joyce Crabill, Cara- lyn Bullock. ROW 3: Carl Conrad, Carl Cole, Alfred Deuble, Robert Brown, Paul Carpenter, Steve Buttermore. EIGHTH . . . ROW l: Laurel Kihn, Kris Knepper, Patty Hyte, Virginia Helms, Sharon Keckler, Jimmy Jeter, Janet Holden. ROW 2: Jerome Johnson, Jeffrie Hunter, Ronald Kauffman, Dwight Kimble, Don Kimble, Theodore Hyde, Bruce Kleinsmith. ROW 3: Jean Keller, Connie Hunker, Gloria Hunter, Judy Hoffman, Janet Haynes. ROW l: Pam Good, Sally Gamertsfelder, Diane Fox, Barbara Duffield, Barbara Fox, Pat Duffy, Diane Dunbar. ROW 2: Roger Grashel, Billy Evers, Betty Fogle, Mary Gonyer, Rhea Faust, Terry Doe, Larry Dunn. ROW 3: Bill Greene, Dwayne Graves, Larry Hakes, Jerry Hamilton, Jim Goodale, Gary Echelbarger, Dale Faber, Tom Downs. ROW 'l: Sharon Nominee, Lana Lee, Bea: trice Knettle, Carol Myers, Linda Leisen- ring, Susan Leonard, Marilyn Moorhead, Pat LeWallen. ROW 2: Don Law, Betty Myers, Lucinda Masel, Virginia Middleton, Lois Messenger, Judith Lane, Nancy Layton, Sandra Luman, Bob Leonard. ROW 3: Gary Matthews, Lyle Miller, Joe Martinez, Roger Markins, Ralph Mears, Gary Lambert, Floyd Lawless, Terry Myers. ROW l: Charline Putman, Chris Porter, Marva Pullom, Connie Payne, linda Sal- dusky, Jeanene Phillips, Barbara Pullins. ROW 2: Bill Rader, LeRoy Pugh, Karl Pingle, Janice Rusch, Marilyn Royle, Royal Robbins, Bill Piper, Jimmie Pelton. ROW 3: Ronald Pugh, Duane Reynolds, David Scherf, Larry Schubert, Mike North, Terry Schubert, ROW ii Vicki Wagner, Ruth Woerner, Becky Young, Janice Zuern, Geraldine Young, Sue Wilson, Nancy Williams, Charlene Wagner. ROW 2: Pat Zavesky, Janet Wood, Rose- mary Whiteman, Mary Whitman, Mary Ann Weiker, Darlene Valenti, Karen Wendt, Marlene Whitman. ROW 3: Tom Youngman, Bob Wetherill, Jim Walsh, Neil Youngston, Arthur Ziegler, Jerry Woodland, Jim Wagner. ROW l: David Treece, Phillip Sheridan, Darlene Snyder, Becky Talbert, Dixie Tooman, Carol Stipp, Judy Shiley, Douglas Stock, Layton Shultz. ROW 2: Bob Soals, Sally Stark, Barbara Snyder, Edna Shrider, Lynda Turner, Sandra Smith, Margy Turner, Tim Thomp- son. ROW 3: Bob Stearns, Carroll Smith, Don Smith, Tim Sterling, Mike Todd. SEVENTH HOME Room Pnsslnzms Sarah Edison Darla Swartz Paula Ward Louis Zellar GRADE You've started your climb to the top of the school ladder. Never thought you'd make it, did you? From this year you'll re- member your foster child . . . red and black points in Miss Whiteman's room . . . Jr. High Dances. Work hard in the coming years and your school years will become treasured memories. ROW l: Sharon Berry, Becky Biller, lee Anne Basinger, Charlene Abell, Linda Arnold, Ruth Anderson, Gloria Algae, Bonnie Banks. ROW 2: Gloria Brown, Charlotte Bixler, Marilyn Brant, Thelma Boone, Diane Brigham, Sandra Boos, Delphine Brooks, Janet Brown, Lois Blackburn. ROW 3: John Barber, Howard Ailshire, Allen Braman, Mike Baker, Jim Ash, Richard Amos, Jim Barley, Eddie Baker, Randolph Brooks. ROW 1: Connie Cramer, Roberta Deer, Eileen Criss, Marlene Burrows, Shirley Capehart, Judy Carman, Carolyn Burch, Nancy Dennison. ROW 2: Bill Cramer, Kenneth Craig, Diana Dieter, Vicki Smith, Kathleen Dee, Carla Dietsch, Linda Decker, Michael Deckard, Tim Davis. ROW 3: Walter Criss, David Custer, Ronnie Butler, Tim Carman, Bob Brown, Mike Deckard, Dick Corner. ROW I: Tommy Groves, Susan Gwiner, Barbara Galrell, Phyllis Good, Pamela Foul, Carolyn Emahiser, Sarah Edison, Sherrie Flickinger, Harvey Felro. ROW 2: John Fry, Ronald Frulh, Penny Gee, Martha Flannery, Beverly Green, Lulene Founlain, Marianne Flack, Joe Frulh. ROW 3: Dan Harris, Tommy Dunn, Jim Elsea, Charles Emmons, Ronny Driggs, Jack Goodale, Jay Dunlevy, John Dreilzler, Bob Feisel. ROW l: Nadine Luzador, Helen McCanahe, Gloria Lowry, Pauline McCord, Charlotle McGee, Bonny Malloll, Jean Maurer, Bev Marshall. ROW 2: Edwin McCandless, Bonnie Mc- Clellan, Iona Manlhey, Nancy Landers, Marla McPherson, Sharon Melligan, Konela Marlin, Ronnie Lind. ROW 3: Eddie Kopf, John Marshall, Tom McClung, Eddie Kroelz, Stanley Marlin, John Lewis. A ROW l: John Kinshaw, Marcia Hyde, Karen Harlley, Dana Kizer, Sue Hiser, Jane Kelley, Linda Jones, Judy Keckler, Sieve Kleinsmilh. ROW 2: Sue Jordan, Loretta Hyde, Rose Hoffman, Juanila Hyde, Miriam Kiefier, Anne Keller, Karen Hunker, Judy Heiser- man, Eugene Jackson. ROW 3: Tom Huffman, Danny Kunkleman, Roger Johnson, Grant Jackson, Richard Kimble, Gene Johnson, Johnny Holden, Mike Keckler. SEVENTH . . . ROW ln Betty Stevenson, Vicki Smith, Beatrice Snyder, Sharon Slay, Marvene Smith, Marcy Smithley, David Stearns, David Shiflet, Linda Smith. ROW 2: Rayna Smith, Nancy Stevens, Sherry Scherf, Gloria Seel, Marilyn Staple, Sandra Seel, Martha Smith, Connie Snyder, Shirley Sigler. ROW 3: Thomas Smith, Joe Stearns, Lee Stearns, Samuel Scott, Bill Sherlock, Mary Lee Shank, Connie Slusser, Linda Scott, Bill Sayre. A 1 ' 1 ROW l: Richard Reidling, Mike Pritchard, Daryl Saldausky, Tommy Mortimer, Terry Oliver, Lois Moon, Beverly Morrison, Annita Pullins, Virginia Peters. ROW 2: Bill Riley, Gordon Riser, Wayne Russel, Larry Saxton, Larry Price, Michael Niswander, Gary Murphy, Paul Morgan. ROW 3: Charon Pierce, Sharon Saxton, Betty Risser, Rosemary Myers, Susan Pugh, Jack Nye, Richard Nueman, Charles Miller, Thomas Nye. ROW l: Sandy Stultz, Karen Wentz, Darla Swartz, Nellie Stover, David Turner, John Aspell, Jim Zeigler, Phillip Woodruff, Marcia Vroman. ROW 2: Michael Veres, Dewey Whitney, Addie Evers, Paula Ward, Diane Willison, Nancy Turner, Terry Strauss, Shirley Too- man, Joan Zimmerman, Linda Wisegiver. ROW 3: Ausker Waltermeyer, Paula Ward, Alfred Mutzabaugh, Andrew Jackson, Lewis Zeller, Stephen Young, Glenn True, 4 SH' WN? ! Sn- f 'x 'Y 0 W 1' 'U ' ,L fx- wive' 1? 4 4 X ' Q 1 :If ,f fg zgggiz VJ 51 1 1" gh ix , , , F ,xv ww' "' Jr, ,Q , . lf.m.9, 'nf I W 5. 'P' I -4 x QE w Qi -'EM K. if Qi A "Q 3 ' . .r'r f if Q' f E. A Fi X 'Qin ,dw V Fam :fe ww K, 'f 2 x x Q ' n va N' ., 1.1! 'ff' sm. l.z'J wks--4.4 f ,., If Q W l t lid-il id H A Foo'rBAl.l. COACHES HW, com, f:' : 5 M 2 5 is ,N fwfr yay? 15 3' m"'f S F4 - ,, M Q4 +2 X Q2 4 Bruce Schmidt, James Showkeir, Arthur Burton CO-CAPTAINS Dan Opperman, Art Hoff FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ....... FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ...... FHS ....... 4. f ff? ! wiv gl 'ug QW, 3 1' A A --QQ.: L S'SS it 1 -,nfi SQ. C Q . ,"h 'S Bruce Schmidt MANAGERS T i Tom Heilman, David Green, Bob Shaver, Ronnie Barkley, David Ramsey. FOSTORIA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 7 Bucyrus Preview 0 0 Clay .......32 6 Ashland 0 O Fremont .......30 O Marion .......l3 .,......2l Columbus South .......l3 ........'l2 Defiance 0 ........34 Port Clinton 6 A.......l3 Bowling Green .......l3 .......l4 Findlay 21 FOOTBALL SQUAD J, ii'X5?'2a 4133gQ3B 27 51 9 so ' 457 sa f'3 ...,4a B505-i33Q147, 5135, 3 L W 43 41 44 1' M.: i39Qs2l ....-4 ROW I: C. Good, J. Cobb, L. Opperman, B. Goddard, R. Dolch, N. Carman, R. Ebersole, W. Cover, D. Reinhard, B. Lombardy, T. Thaxton. ROW 2: D. Opperman, P. Page, R. Norman, T. Suillivan, S. Mc- Clellan, R. Foster, J. Richardson, P. Layton, D. Miller, P. Brown, R. Thatcher, Mgr. Tom Hellman, Coach Art Burton. Hsin.. ROW 3: Coach Jim Shawkeir, D. Turner, S. Smith, B. Swartz, A Hoff, E. Flicker, B. McComb, T. Nixon, L. Seaman, J. Spangler, W Russell, V. Kenner, Coach Schmidt. ROW 4: L. Damon, J. Lind, R. Henry, D. Dennison, R. Neuman J. Master, C. Coburn, J. Smith, R. Davis, D. Scott, D. Smith, B. Moore, absent: B. Staples, L. Swihart, C. Jeter. is Y' 1001 Nt 'Q K X U3 ix FOOTBALL i LETTERMEN 1-0" W cY" i 4 e P-Usseu J? ' by R "KX N Q-W PM LoY'on , 6 5 NOW' U co""" Busfer Swartz Arf Hoff Dick Turner - -- Wu? Q. Q al- 1 f NWN' Q Jim Richardson rom Bob lo 1 . S196 ,oh 'WP 1 5 rhokfgn Donny Obpefmo ' 1 ,W mbordy 'N-.Ai S eqmon A X, I7 Q . FOOTBALL dl.. 1 X '- ,1.' XR' . 1 XX M 1 Virlyn Kenner N af 'rx' DO" W Ph KW' We il PG ode' de Russell Norman LETTERMEN it , l a? Pol Brown Ronnie Fosler Stan Smith 19115 2.335-f-I x pvfg, , , 1'-,in . A, mg, it .1 -f' f" .A J '- V-, - ,Z Q?- -'fa ., fe if mrwwf lofo 'I ' ' .1 5 V si '. JS if ' -"- , G21 ., . ' .Iii- Wh: qi' 806 '9'0,o1, . -X ' 3. . . i J , 1, nl A 'V hr Steve McClellan N. , N 'X I I 'I KX ' lg H 'Q he ' A ff Cobb 'S ' "I 'W K 4' " Clyde Jeter John Spangler 1 M K 1 QM, T 175 I, 9 A n ' ' 9 ,AQ v- ! x 'bk ? f , W-fa FRESH MAN FOOTBALL SQUAD ROW I: A. Jackson, G. Fox, R. Brown, M. Hillier, T. Krupp, J. Radcliff, B. Jones, D. Kimble. ROW 2: Coach Bender, B. Green, R. Kauffman, L. Martinez, D. Moore, D. McDonald, N. Reinhard, J. Baker. ROW 3: M. Kauffman, D. Smith, D. Johnson, D. Fillhart, D. Good, J. Stover, K. Crawford, D. Krupp. MANAGERS .IR 1' A CO fl Il HIGH COACHES -mv! 3. Myron Kauffman, Dennis Hall, Jack Walker, David Tom Bender, Arr Wilson, R. L. Boyher. Krupp. VARSITY SQUAD 133 ew' in ROW I: Phil Page, Don Miller, Sleve McClellan, Howard Shanks. ROW 2: Perry Reinharl, Arl Hoff, Leighlon Seaman, Tony Nixon, Rodney Rolh, Rick Nesbill, Bill Neikirk, Karl Rolhgeb. COACH MANAGERS l CAPTAIN Arf Wilson Danny Bethel, Karl Crawford if bb ikihk i , . ,. . t ' fi A 62 A Karl Rofhgeb FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS SCHEDULE 57 Sandusky 7l Fremont ..... ..... 60 Defiance ..... ..... 43 Macomber .... ....... 54 Findlay ................ 46 Lima Carnival ...... 59 Lima Carnival ...... 62 Bellevue .............. 58 Tiffin .................... 66 Bowling Green .... 76 Mansfield Madison 53 DeVilbiss .,............ 62 Waite 49 Defiance ..... ...... 53 Ashland ...........,.. 72 Bowling Green .... 'ry Nixon BASKETBALL LETTERMEN Kcrrlfon Rofhgeb b7 ., K, Y' Rick Nesl Hoff Leighton Seaman RESERVE BASKETBALL RESERVE FHS .,.............,.. 31 FHS .....,.. ....... 52 FHS ........ ....... 47 FHS ........ ....... 38 FHS ..S...S. .....A. 29 Q! FHS ,....SSS S..,.,. 53 FHS ........ ...... 51 FHS ........ 5...... 43 FHS ....A.,. ...... 50 FHS .,...... ...... 54 FHS ........ ....,, 49 FHS ........ ,...... 48 FHS ......,. ....... 36 now 1: Howard sueheriana, Rodney rhaicher, Ken True, Alex Wernick. FHS --..--,- --bn A .40 ROW 2: Jim Bailey, Bill McComb, John Spangler. COACH MANAGERS QNX:-ff 'Sb ' A ii AE S A Xl. jg' : Ib -kr L. .. .4 Ralph Boroff Danny Bethel, Karl Crawford SCHEDULE Sandusky .... Fremont ...... DeHance ..., Macombern Hndhy ...... BeHevue ...... Tiffin ....... B. G. .e,...... . Mansfield . DeViIbiss .... Waite .,a..,,, Defiance .... Ashland ...... B. G. FRESH MAN BASKETBA LL qw TOURNEY WINNERS! ROW I: Lupe Martinez, Tom KVUPP, larry Firestine, Doug McDonald, Dwight Kimble, Bob Jones. ROW 2: Fred Shanks, Tom Jackman, John Baker, Jim Payne, Larry Runion, Karl Crawford, absent, Dick Swihart, Coach--William Smith. JUNIOR-HI BASKETBALL ROW l: T. Huffman, J. Ash, J. Holden, L. Saxton, D. Kunkleman, T. Carman, B. Riley, D. Shiflet, T. Groves, D. Treece, M. Veres, S. Kleinsmith. ROW 2: W. Russell, B. Leonard, B. Piper, B. Brown, B. Stearns, B. Brown, T. Downs, G. Bolen, G. Matthews, S. Buttermore, R. Kauffman. ROW 3: R. Lind, J. Stearns, S. Young, P. Morgan, J. Barley, J. Lewis, R. Mears, R. Boas, C. Cole, R Johnson, R. Robbins, M. Pritchard, B. Brown. ROW 4: D. Neuman, L. Staull, J. Azbell, T. Smith, M. Baker, G. Jackson, J. Barber, J. Fruth, D. Whitney, T. McClung, J. Marshall, R. Driggs, R. Waldrenp Coach-R. L. Boyher. 65 WRESTLING SQUAD ROW I: Dolphus Smith, Bob Moore, Jay Lind, Clyde Jeter, Loren Kranz, Jim Nominee ROW 2: Deon Good, Roger Ebersole, Danny Schnitzler, Bob Birkmire, James Stover Kenny Fillhart ROW 3: Norman Nominee, Bob Hubbard, Ronnie Foster, Wayne Russell Bob Shafer Mike Harman absent, Neil Reinhard. CAPTAIN MANAGER COACH Jim Nominee FHS ....A.,. FHS ........ FHS ........ FHS ........ FHS .,...... FHS ........ FHS ........ FHS ........ FHS e......, 66 'F f lit Dennis Hall Mr Showlceir WRESTLING SCHEDULE Sylvania .,...,,.24 Whitmer.... .......,24 Worthington.... .....,..35 Ohio Blind 7 Fremont ,.,.....l3 Lima.... ..v.....32 Bridgeport ........30 Toledo Central ........34 Huron Bob Birkmire LETTERMEN Bob Moore t Ronald Foster Roger Ebersole if Q 83 gmvg 55 Jay Lind Dolphus Smith Jim Nominee Clyde .lefer Loren Kranz TRACK TEAM 1954-1955 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Sue Cole Jm R hcrdson Ell n G ego y Sally Jo Boyd J n Pe y Judy B o ng Judy Sh fl I Ida B ntley K Ihy K ssling Mor J on Cover Joy Yockey J dy Rice Ann Th obold ADVISER A" L. f s, ,SA '-,..v f Miss Mclnfyre RESERVE CHEERLEADERS ' Q!mvn-.,- JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Ruth Ann Woerner Bonnie Hummel Nancy Tucker Sarah Edison Mm . f 1 I . f f 4 5 .V - Q sd' 'Q' Neal GI user R. Dunbar, Brown, Beeson, an, S. em hit icom, R. W rn mel, S. Ca Hum 4: B. OW R phy, R. Blose, S. Smith, M. A. Dalton, UT er, D. M U9 6558 I: A. Kissling, J. M OW R hore, S6 Dolch, S. Luman, J. True, R. Strauss, R. Earl, J. Ba Paine, R. ,J. D5 Dow n. T. ayto S.L P. Harpley, Firestine, G. Richard, R. Agnew, J. Dalton, G. Birkmire, herson, L. G. Mc? Welsh, C. Reeve, S. E. Kovacs, J , B. Luckey, J. Edwards, M. Beltz, W. Russe 2: OW oodruff. linger, K. Rothgeb, T. W er L G G. Boyd, R. Slusser, Fit ro, M. Messenger. B. Stearns, C. Wagner, N. Zuber, S. Richardson, J. Hayfield, pps, M. Ph J. Kopf, J. J. Matz, J. Newcomer, K. True, D. Haney, ROW 5: Essman, R. Gamble, M. Lester, D. McDonald N. Hainen, B. Stover, T. Schubert, T. D. J. Niday, S. Heiserman, Switzer, J. Snyder, N. Hazeltine, S. Jackman, ROW 3: T. bert, T. Sterling, N. Rees, B. hu ngle, L. Sc Peters, C. Pi lan, R. Bo yers, G. as, T. M Bo Donald, T. Mc ss, D. Cockrell, T. Rei ggle, J. Flechtner, L. uts, T. Thornton, R. Ri Fo Richard S. Downs, Assistant ms, Director, Willia e, B. Birkmire, A. Of m der, S. Butter Ra ith. Sm Messenger, S. J. L S. Gamertsfe der, man, field, D. Heiser uf Sullivan, B. D Director, Don Perrine. ORCHESTRA ROW I: K. Whitney, J. Perry, K. Kissling, M. Messenger, S. Gamertsfelder, M. A. Dalton, R. Middleton. ROW 2: R. Hattendorf, K. Horner, B. Pullins, P. Good, R. Holden, C. Reeve, L. Messenger, J. Phipps. ROW 3: M. Moorhead, M. Kieffer, C. Mears, B. Biller, S. M. Smith, C. Wagner, S. Richardson, J. Fittro, D. Heiserman, G. Middleton, D. Dunbar. ROW 4: B. Boyd, D. Slusser, L. Gerlinger, T. Woodruff, A. Williams, B. Birkmire, T. Fruth, T. Thornton, J. Flechtner, T. Reiss, R. Dolch, B. Earl, J. Basehore, D. McDonald, D. Murphy, J. Messenger. ROW 5: J. Matz, M. Hayfield, D. Essman, J. Newcomer, N. Hainen, B. Stover, J. Baker, S. Layton, Director, Richard S. Downs, Assistant, Ruth Slotterbeck. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR DIRECTOR 41. 1 ' r. Donald Perrine Richard S. Downs PH'ORCHESTRA S. Layton, J. Matz. ROW 2: J. Basehore, B. Earl, D. Slusser, J. Perry, K. Whitney, L. Woodruff, B. Boyd. DANCE BAND ROW 1: R. Strauss, B. Earl, J Basehore, J. Messenger, R. Dolch ROW 2: B. Boyd, A. Williams, T Fruth, B. Birkmire, B. Stover. ROW 3: D. Slusser, T. Woodruff. ROW 4: J. Matz: absent, L. Gerlinger PEP BAND ROW l: J. Messenger, J. Fruth, A Kissling, M. A. Dalton, J. Flechtner J. Matz, D. Essman. ROW 2: B. Earl, J. Basehore, D Blose, D. Slusser, T. Woodruff, B Boyd, M. Hayfield. ROW 3: A. Williams, T. Fruth, B Birkmire, B. Stover. 72 ROW I: T. Reiss, J. Messenger, M. A. Dalton, S. Smith, A. Kissling, ROW 3: A. Williams, B. Birkmire. FHS MARCHING BAND DIXIELAND BAND DRUM MAJOR ENSEMBLE AND MAJORETTES Q 1 . ' 2 1 ROW 1: J. Edwards, N. Zuber, B. Luckey. ROW 2: P. Doe, R. Blose, S. Heisermcn. 1 Carter iflet, J. Sh J. ff, YU ood W . Flannery, M. Dalton, J L Beil, S. Stone, 8. Folk, D. I, hal FS wer, L. Ma cken, R. Middleton, P. Bo McCra J h, mi S r, S. l: K. Hamme OW ith. Sm n. S. agner, J. Beam, S. Heiserma W E I eton dd .Mi Mr CIN id I, N. Sher Mase K. E. Gregory, m0Fl SSI' Hei D. yd, Bo nen, G. Ha s, N. rsole, L. Boo erman, R. Ebe PP 4:D.O OW R GFI. 'U ': 0 .C V7 -s VT vi 'a 1 -G vi L U an 2 U E an TJ v o I-L a 2 vi C aa C 'U .. c U of ll Ha chardsan, R. Strauss, John .Ri ckafoose, J man, E. Zi PPEI' O Damon, L Holden, L R. V, Messenge M. Luckey, h, D. Smith, B. Sm Dull, M. J. avin, ney, D. M it 2: K. Wh OW R T. Thaxton, ernick, Swihart, A. W licker, L. ore, E. F h Se Ba J. essenger, M J 5: OW R Stagger, P. ger, estenbar ttle, B. W ling, B. Li SS iddleton, K. Ki ver, J. Rice, N. M Co M. 1. GD un vt 3 V7 Q ... .. o 'U C 2 '6 I rj uf .: E X : I mi E o 5 Z IQ vu va 's 1 .4 .1 C U 3 U3 ai .X E 2 5 fi yton. La er, S. S .Hi ng, J To B. Flannery, S. Rothgeb. phy, K. Ut' Cover, N. Carman, D. M s, W. rd cha R Neuman, D. Blose, G. R J. ff Q8 estenbar J W Beltz, ith, M. Sm r, S. Snyde bert, N. Hunker, S. Um 3:N.L OW R knechl, ,K.Gu wis Le Potts, C, Scott, S ,B. En l' eve, Y. Ge Re arshall, C. ,G.M ds WUI' Ed DOUBLE OCTETTE ROW l: Rose Ann Middleton, Marcia Beltz, Joyce McCracken, Karen Whitney, Barbara Beil, Jackie Beam, Laquita Flannery, Mary Ann Dalton. ROW 2: Danny Oppermon, Joe Basehore, Buster Swartz, Alfred Williams, Tony Nixon, Bob Birkmire, Karl Rothgeb, Jim Richardson. ACCOMPANISTS DIRECTOR Koris Horner, Bucky Boyd, Shelby Jean Smith, Mr. Middleton Don Murphy. BOYS'GLEE ROW I: J. Gregory, E. Zickefoase, R. Schmitz, L. Opperman, R. Holden, G. Birkmire, J. Porter, J. Hall. ROW 2: B. Boyd, R. Ebersole, L. Boas, N. Hainen, D. Heiserman, R. Dolch, L. Damon, S. McClellan, J. Richardson, R. Neuman. ROW 3: R. Strauss, D. Opperman, J. Messenger, J. Basehore, E. CHRLS' ROW I: N. Bostic, B. Fruth, J. Smith, M. Smith, D. Keller, C Zeigler, S. Masamer, J. Doe, R. Zeigler, B. Fruth, M. Juergens S. Smith, N. Driggs, A. Macias, M. McGee, J. Maurer, P. Good D. Hyte, S. Kiser, J. Sanders, J. Hitchcock, S. Lowery, S. Smith B. Pullom, J. Lindemen, K. Link, A. Peeler, L. Kinshaw, P. Schmitz ROW 2: B. Hossler, M. Johnson, E. Reidling, B. Conrad, D. Fry S. Gingerick, J. Browning, B. Fruth, L. Beck, B. Amos, I. Bentley S. Boyd, S. Cole, J. Lee, B. Beigh, L. Young, S. McAran, N. Warren B. Flicker, C. Harden, M. L. Peters, W. Pocs, P. Luman, D. Gatrell M. Howard, L. Rowe. ROW 3: J. Jackson, Y. Barringer, K. Hammer, L. Smith, J McCracken, R. A. Middleton, P. Bower, L. Marshall, E. Gregory, Flicker, D. Blose, J. Matz, G. Richards, N. Carman, D. Murphy K. Rothgeb. ROW 4: L. Swihart, A. Wernick, T. Thaxton, A. Williams, B Swartz, T. Reiss, T. Nixon, R. Nesbitt, B. Birkmire, D. Hattendorl D. Slusser, W. Cover. GLEE K. Masel, N. Sheridan, E. Wagner, J. Beam, S. Heiserman, P Gardner, C. Mears, J. A. Reiss, J. Sheridan, S. Walker, A. Compton. ROW 4: J. Zavesky, K. Whitney, D. Mavin, J. Dull, M. Smith, D. Smith, B. Lucky, M. Messenger, M. Cover, J. Rice, N. Middleton K. Kissling, B. Little, B. Flannery, S. McFadden, B. Westenbarger, P. Stagger, S. Tong, J. Hiser, S. J. Smith. ROW 5: N. Lambert, N. Hunker, S. Snyder, S. Smith, M. Beltz J. Edwards, G. Marshall, C. Reeves, Y. Geren, B. Scott, J. Westen- barger, S. Potts, C. Lewis, K. Gutknecht, D. Folk, S. Stone, B. Beil L. Flannery, M. A. Dalton, J. Woodruff, J. Shiflet, J. Carter, S Layton. 1 ,,,, .EY v 35 1-'Miz' Nils mg54Q gi I Mi' 'Y 0 '51 3 an 3 55 17-5-Q. 1 'W lair? 1 11 Tx eau -H-1 S will ww ,,, .ew O 5 -fe 5 gf ,,,,. ,haf V ff,-L Q-5 ig fl ,Wh vvw ,M I W 1 Qxi 9 53 S .H 3 ZW "55 HH? ,K 5 is A- j wig 'sf Q fl ?-F .. gf 21' fi., fr vs. s i' S7- . ,lynx . ll 3 E3 is ' ' Af IU X we f .w ,. imzkp H af A., ' 1315- -t 1 ' fQf3l ' '35 : Q - ,312 .45 'Tim sXk 4 B 9 I . il x IQ 1 s- Q . E if 25 5 :Q fa Ed 55 5 J xjwi K, 1. Vi s ,, 12 .fi 'L Qs " H, and 5 ,. ,, ,A.,: . ., 21 if L - .1 + . DIRECTOR James Middleton BRIGADOON Tommy Albright ..,.......,.,........V.... Joe Basehore Jeff Douglas ,....................... Sandy Dean .....,. Archie Beaton ...... ....Jim Richardson .......Bob Birkmire ......Alex Wernick Harry Beaton ..,......... ...,... .I oe Messenger Angus MacGuffie ........ ....... G ary McPherson Andrew MacLaren Fiona MacLaren... Jean MacLaren ...... ..... Meg Brockie ........ Charlie Dalrymple ....... ...... Stuart Dalrymple.. Mr. Lundie ........... Frank ............... Jane Ashton ........ Kate ......................... ..... Maggie Anderson ............... ............John Hall .......Barbara Beil ........Doyle Mavin Mary Ann Dalton ......Buster Swartz ............Don Blose ...Alfred Williams Ronald Strauss ........Brenda Luckey Laquita Flannery .Nancy Middleton Zmmcwice FN , W I llllllmqy V f ii x S' L-'I 2-'I N IGI ALL-SCHOOL PLAY cAs1 Dodo .........x.,,.,,., ...,.... M ary Jo Bell Mr. Frumpkins ....... ...... ........., T o m Porter Andrew ..,......,.,......Y..,...,........A......... Alex Wernick Gladys, The Horse ...... Joyce Lee and Sharon McAran Earl Flicker Ugly ..........,,.......... ............................. Gloria ,,..,,w, ...... ....... N a ncy Van Sant Rose ...,.,.. ...,..... S ally Boyd Violet ......,.. ...... D oyle Mavin Daisy ,...,. ,...... J o Welsh Lily ,,.,.,....,.. .A..... E ileen Rowe Veronica .., ...... C arol England Pat Harpley Judy Woodruff Carol England Juk .......... Ella ...... Jug ...... Rudolph Boo ....,. ,......... L arry Opperman Terri ................ .,..,, S haron Heiserman Jerri .......,..............,..... ...... B renda Luckey Jan ................................ .,.. S haron Walker Gentleman with Cane ......, ....,... D anny Maurer Lady with Baby Carriage ...... ........ N ancy Hunker Boy with Scooter ..................... .......... D avid Green Girl with Lollipop ....................,.....,.,....... Lynn Smith Girls in Car ......,,......,....... Diane Farwig, Diane Folk, Brenda Flannery, Judy Edwards Policeman .........,..,........,............., David Heiserman People in Audience .... Ruth Ann Doe, Joyce Sanders, Judy Englehart, Jim Cotton Street Cleaner .,,,... ...................... L arry Correll DIRECTORS Karen Masel, Mr. Thompson Q , 1 L fi .'- :. .. 5-, . ' ' , g , gysssyy ,.,,,, Ein. V, K W, J .H , , ,., 1 xr 1 .. K .s V - 'si -A 'X . .ML 1' Q-Q It- 79' k . SHQWA Z' Li, SENIOR CLASS Jerry Smith, Ellen Gregory, Danny Opperman, Absent, Lawton Gerlinger. BEST ACTOR II John Hall JUNIOR CLASS Linda Marshall, Gordon Boyd, Lynn Smith, Terry Reiss, Gwen Marshall, Judy Edwards. ON E-ACT PLAY CONTEST SENIOR DIRECTORS Bob Rausch, Lmda Mavm L. l JUNIOR omecron Karen Masel l ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST SOPHOMORE DIRECTORS SOPHOMORE CLASS Linda Luckey, Kafhy Kissling, Danny Maurer Doyle Mavin, John Hall. Jim Richardson Don Phillips FRESHMAN DIRECTORS Joyce McCracken Diane Crawford 82 BEST ACTRESS T237 Brenda Luckey FRESHMAN CLASS Karis Horner, Ann Gerlinger, Jolene Bulkowski Doug Essmanf Absenf, Jim Blaser. Aa. .a.! :J i NIGI AN N UAL STAFF snnon ADVISER Anifa Kissling Miss Barbara Moore RECORD COMMITTEE PHOTOGRAPHERS Lawton Gerlinger, Bob Rausch Lawton Gerlinger, Howard Balsat LITERARY HEAD LITERARY COMMITTEE Diane Crawford Ralph Sackell, Mary Ann Dalton, Ann McLaughlin, Ron Blose, Diane Crawford, Sharon Boyd, Joanna Baker, Barbara Beil, Laquifo Flannery, Connie Saubers, Berry Borkosky, Shelby Smilhg Absenl: Sally Snyder. CIRCULATION STAFF CIRCULATION HEAD AND ADVISER Miss lna Sponsler Joanna Baker ROW I: Jerry Smith, Janet Doe, Jo Baker, Shelby Smith, Karen Masel, Rex Hathaway. ROW 2: Nancy Lambert, Pat Gardner, Kay Lind, Linda Mavin, Roberta Swartz- baugh. ROW 3: Tom Fredricks, Bob Rausch, Allen Adams, Alfred Williams, Dorcas Gfobef- BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS HEAD AND ADVISER i . Sl P1 V I Joyce McCracken Mr. William Smith ADVERTISING STAFF ROW I: Nancy Beach, Sandra Potts, Kay Hammer, Karen Masel, -Sharon Heiserman, Ruth Zeigler. ROW 2: Jerry Smith, Rex Hathaway, Ann Mclaughlin, Alfred Williams, Karl Rothgeb. ADVERTISING HEAD ROW I: Jane Perry, Jackie Phipps, Karen Whitney, Pat luman. ROW 2: Karl Rothgeb, Don Murphy, Neil Glaser. Dgn Murphy 85 JOURNAL STAFF EDITOR Auvlszn Judy Shiflef Miss Barbara Moore BUSINESS CIRCULATION PHOTOGRAPHER MANAGER MANAGERS Jim Decker Linda Marshall Nancy Warren and Mary .lo Bell PAGE EDITORS REPORTERS Sharon Bayd. Barbara Bell. I-aqaila Flannery. ROW 1. C. Zeigler, B. Beil, J. Shiflef, L. Flannery, J. Lee, Joyce Lee, Lindo Marshall, Al Wernick, Larry L. Marshall. Opperman. ' ROW 2: J. Hitchcock, S. Boyd, N. Warren, P. Kroelz. ROW 3: L. Boos, S. Boyd, L. Opperman, L. Messenger, J. Zavesky, B. Frulh, B. Plummer. ROW 4: K. Bauman, A. Wernick, N. Van Sant, K. Gul- knechl, G. Kimble, L. Myers. 86 JR. HIGH EDITORS Kris Knepper, Lois Messenger, Phil Sheri- dan, Jim Wagner, absenl. SENIOR HIGH REPORTERS ROW I: Jeanne Hilchcock, Barbara Beil, Judy Shiflet, Laquila Flannery, Joyce Lee, Pal Kroelz. ROW 2: Sharon Boyd, Sally Jo Boyd. ROW 3: Linda Marshall, Larry Opperman, Jim Richardson, Al Wernick, Nancy Warren, Jean Zavesky, Bev Frulh, Carol Zeigler, Alice Mullins. JUNIOR HIGH REPORTERS ROW I: Kay Horner, Judy Myers, Chris Knepper, Becky Purkey. ROW 2: Ima Jane Keckler, Belly Fogel. ROW 3: Tim Thompson, Linda Turner, Bob Capeharl, Lois Messenger. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL ROW 1: Chris Knepper, Dixie Hyle, Judy Siekeres, Miss Eger. ROW 2: David Heiserman, Lawlon Gerlinger. ROW 3: Jo Baker, Jo Welsh, Tom Sullivan, Larry Firestine. 87 NATIONAL HONOR om MEMBERS orrlcsns AND ADVISER -- Kissling, Miss Grine. ROW I: J. Perry, T. Nixon, A. Kissling. ROW 2: M. Dalton, K. Masel, J. McCracken, C. Suubers. ROW 3: J. Baker, S. Hoff, D. Hattendorf, S. Layton. STUDENT COUNCIL NEW MEMBERS SENIORS: J. Basehore, B. Beil, D. Crawford, L Flannery, E. Gregory, P. Luman, D. Murphy, K Rathgeb, W. Russell, J. Shiflet, S. Smith, S. Sny der, R. Swartzbaugh, K. Whitney. JUNIORS: J. Carter, J. Edwards, K. Gutknecht G. Marshall, R. Middleton, R. Roth, S. Smith S. Stone, R. Strauss. Jane Perry, Tony Nixon, Anita ROW I: K. Rothgeb, M. Dalton, L. Flannery, P. Brown. OFFICERS AND ADVISER Karlton Rothgeb, Mary Ann Dalton, Mr. Caldwell, Quita Flannery, Pat Brown. ROW 2: L. Lee, P. Ward, R. Thatcher, D. Reinhard, A. Wernick, D. Hyte, N. Bostic, P. Luman. ROW 3: C. Chambers, S. Edison, S. Cole, P. Reinhard, S. McClellan, T. Nixon, L. Kranz, L. Szullar. ROW 4: M. Baker, C. Conrad, P. Zavesky, L. Messenger, F. Shanks, J. Vanderhoff, J. Moore, A. Gerlinger, L. Mavin. STUDENT NURSES C. Crosby, J. Siegchrist, J. Crosby, K. Masel, J. Woltelt, E. Bloodworth. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW I: S. Gatrell, L. Mavin, S. Boyd, K. Gutknecht, Mr. LaRue, D. Hottendorf, R. Roth, D. Crawford. ROW 2: A. Kissling, C. Zeigler, M. Householder, J. Sharpless, N. Sayre, G. Marshall, S. Smith, K. Masel, C. Soubers, R. Sackett. ROW 3: R. Foster, J. Edwards, J. David, S. Masamer, D. Gotrell, F. Milligan, D. Bethel, D. Maurer, S. Kunkelmcn, N. Lambert. OFFICERS AND ADVISER Sonia Gatrell, Linda Mavin, .C ,-+---f E sharon soya, Kris Gut- knecht, Mr. LaRue, Dick Hat- E' ' tendorf, Rodney Roth, Diane I L9 , Crawford. xlib PROJ ECTION CLUB ROW I: J. Nominee, J. Smith, C. Allspough J. Spangler, L. Kranz, ROW 2: B. Huth, J. Bortchlett, R. Brown, J. Mc Corley, J. Gregory, A. Adams, J. Cobb, H. Balsat J. Lind. ROW 3: D. Smith, B. Pelton, T. Fredricks, R Rhine, J. Niday, B. Lombardy, D. Senn, B. Moore OFFICERS AND ADVISER Charles Allspaugh John Spangler Rex Hathaway Jerry Smith absent, Mr. Van Sant VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUB ROW I: Mr. Wolfarth, J. Johnson, S. Smith, L. Snyder, T. Painter, Mr. Jones. ROW 2: L. Griffin, W. Mooney. ROW 3: R. Henry, R. Davis, R. Deuble, B. Henry, L. Snyder, B. Pratt, C. Coburn, B. Thompson, D. Hoyer, D. Butler. ROW 4: L. Jones, R. Kelley, J. Fittro, A. Waltermeyer, D. Szallar, D. Green, T. Heilmcn, D. Scott, C. Lorah, B. Hart- man, G. Vogel, J. Graves. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Mr. Wolfarth Jesse Johnson Stan Smith Larry Snyder Tom Painter Mr. Jones . LIBRARY STAFF LAMBDA SIGMA ROW I: R. O'DeIl, P. Harpley, J. Walker, E. Flicker, J. Snyder, N. Driggs, D. Burrow, B. Woods, S. Schroder. ROW 2: S. Barkley, A. Sayre, B. Thompson, E. Reidling, B. Cou- rad, S. Gingerick, P. Todd, S. Ward, S. Gafrell, C. Zeigler, P. Kroelz. ROW 3: J. Holden, M. Cham- bers, L. Perry, C. Chambers, B. Fox, D. Smilh, K. Woerner, B. Stearns, J. Baker. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Karen Whitney, Sharon Heiser- man, Miss Bixel, Joanna Baker, Mrs. Mclnlire, Pal Luman. ROW I: Y. Geren, P. Luman J. Shiflel, A. McLaughlin, L Flannery, J. Phipps, J. Perry K. Whilney, S. Heiserman K. Lind. ROW 2: J. Crow, M. Smilh J. lmmel, S. Galrell, C Zeigler, M. Householder, S Cole, l. Marshall, J. Ed wards, B. Beigh, M. Smilh C. Mears. ROW 3: P. Gardner, M Howard, E. Gregory, K Hammer, D. Galrell, B Glass, J. Welch, K. Masel N. Lamberl, J. Baker, E Volkmer. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ROW I: Y. Geren, N. Fox, Mrs. Imm, B. Scott, Mrs. Kisabeth, S. Ward, E. Bloodworth. ROW 2: P. Schmitz, Z. Mc- Afferty, G. Stevenson, N. Wood- ruff, M. Woodruff, B. Pullom, C. Crawford, R. Ziegler, B. Little. ROW 3: B. Waltermire, S. Smith, C. Fox, J. Siegchrist, N. Bostic, J. Wolfelt, N. Driggs, D. Folk, J. Sanders. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS ROW I: Yvonne Geren, Nancy Fox, Mrs. Imm, Barb Scott, Mrs. Kisabeth, Sally Ward, Elizabeth Blood- worth. ROW I: J. Carter, J. Porter, Mr. Suter, D. Crawford, C. Saubers. ROW 2: T. Porter, N. Sheridan, M. Braokman, S. Gingerick, J. Jackman. OFFICERS AND ADVISER ROW I: Jill Carter, Jon Porter, Mr. Suter, Diane Crawford, Connie Saubers. ART CLUB CAFETERIA STAFF ROW I: Nancy Bostic, Sue Masamer Sarah Gingerick, Janice lmmel. ROW 2: Ronald Mooney, Wayne Mooney Larry Damon, Bill McComb, Larry Cockrell absent, Mrs. Damon, Mrs. Vogel. .41 TRAFFIC PATROL ROW I: B. Swartz, S. Smith, A. Walter- myer, R. Hartley, B. Jeakle. ROW 2: B. Henry, N. Hill, R. Henry, N. Nominee, C. Coburn, W. Mooney, D. Bethel, J. Nidoy. ROW 3: R. Plotts, R. Mooney, L. Griffin, L. Jones, J. Fittro, D. Szallar, C. Lorah, D. Butler. DWP Buster Swartz, Ronnie Hartley, Stan Smith, Mr. Nixon, Archie Waltermyer, Bill Jeakle. nv: roP SALESMEN MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Aovlssns n Dovid Shumaker, Sharon Tong, Larry Firestine, Art Miller, Carla Dietsch. MY- Davis, MISS E925 MV- OYWIQ. HIGH SALESMEN ROW I: J. Anderson, C. Dietsch, B. Cotton, S. Gom- ertsfelder, N. Layton, A. Miller, L. Firestine, T. Ben- der. ROW 2: P. Zavesky, C. Paine, V. Delp, S. Tong, B. Fox, J. Kopf, J. Stearns, D. Shumaker. OMICRON LAMBDA ROW l: S. Barkley, J. Zavesky, B. Thompson, S. Kunkelman, D. Mavin, B. Luckey, S. Layton, S. Boyd, S. Smith, S. Sheridan, E. Paxson, J. Snyder, P. Schmitz. ROW 2: M. Shaver, R. O'Dell, S. Tong, W. Pocs, L. Peter, J. Baker, B. Amos, J. Rhine, J. Smith, B. Fruth, L. Beck, M. Wolf J. Lindenman. ROW 3: S. Snyder, N. Beach, B. Borkosky, C. Bethel, D. Folk, J. Sanders, J. Maurer, N. Bixler, N. Burrell, J. Phipps, S. Potts,, B Earl, J. Lemely. OFFICERS AND ADVISER Sandra Potts, Bob Earl, Norm Burrell, Mr. Thompson, Tom Elter, Laquita Flannery, Janet Dull. ROW I: S. Shroder, P. Kurtz, S. Roper, M. Bell, P. Nycum, G Stagger, J. Roper, A. Sayre, J. Wagner, C. Kranz, C. England J. Dull. ROW 2: R. Middleton, J. Edwards, C. Harden, B. Flicker, M. Smith J. Immel, M. Smith, N. Van Sant, L. Young, J. Englehart, R. Doe, B. Purkey. I ROW 4: N. Middleton, K. Masel, D. Turner, D. Bethel, D. Heiser- man, D. Maurer, K. Lind, J. Reiss, D. Farwig, B. Fruth, B. Fruth, K. Kissling, R. Neuman. ROW 5: L. Flannery, B. Westenbarger, B. Flannery, A. Kissling, B. Balsat, N. Hunker, S. Heiserman, D. Graber, N. Fox, P. Gardner, J. Doe, V. Hirsch, E. Volkmer. ROW 3: J. Shultz, A. Gerlinger, B. Shesler, P. Harpley, S. Snyder, B. Henry, S. Barringer, P. Doll, L. Vogel, M. Fletcher, M. Chambers, R. Dieter. ROW 4: B. Woods, C. Folk, P. Todd, L. Rowe, D. Fry, D. Sigler, R. Twells, B. Reese, J. Walker, R. Riggle, D. McDonald, T. Elter. Y-TEENS Y-TEEN OFFICERS Diane Crawford, Mary Ann Dayton, Susan Layton, Laquita Flannery, Pat Luman. ADVISERS Mrs. Shine, Miss Moss, Mrs. Wiede- mann, Miss Sponsler. RED TRIANGLE . . . What would the treasurer do if we didn't make money selling at the games? ROW I: M. Macias, P. Ferguson, P. Doe, J. Perry, R. Swartzbaugh, N. Middleton, K. Mosel. ROW 2: B. Borkosky, D. Crawford, N. Driggs, B. Flannery, K. Whitney, K. Woerner, M. McGee, J. Ebersole. ROW 3: N. Van Sant, K. Gutknecht, D. Folk, S. Kunkleman, S. Kiser, E. Wagner, K. Hammer. ROW 4: P. Kroetz, J. David, E. Reidling, S. Smith, N. Woodruff, J. Jackson, A. Macias. Triangle leader, Jane Perry. WHITE TRIANGLE . . . We learned a lot about ourselves when we made this scrapbook to tell someone else about us ..... ROW I: J. Lindenman, B. Pullom, C. Saubers, J. Woodruff, C. Reeve, R. Middle- ton, C. Lewis, P. Good. ROW 2: G. Marshall, S. Layton, J. Fittro, J. Lee, S. McAran, K. Lind, N. Lambert, D. Hyte, J. Rice. ROW 3: M. Wolfe, L. Peter, J. Dull, D. Fry, S. McFadden, M. Messenger, M. Goebel, A. Peeler. ROW 4: B. Scott, Y. Geren, N. Bixler, B. Flicker, C. Harden, N. Fox, D. Graber. Triangle leader, Connie Saubers. BLUE TRIANGLE . . . We may not be the best singers, but we have fun! ROW l: L. Mavin, A. McLaughlin, B. Beil, J. McCracken, S. Smith, J. Crosby, N. Warren, J. Hiser, W. Pocs, L. Flannery. ROW 2: M. Shaver, N. Sheridan, J. Reiss, J. lmmel, M. Smith, A. Theobald, J. Za- vesky, K. Kissling, J. Edwards, J. Carter. ROW 3: S. Tong, S. Barkley, R. O'Dell, C. Fox, B. Glass, D. Gatrell, S. Gatrell, D. Haase, G. Stevenson, M. Johnson. Triangle leader, Ann Mclaughlin. GREEN TRIANGLE . . .Those dolls were so cute we wanted to keep them. ROW l: V. Hirsch, S. Potts, J. Baker, S. Snyder, M. Howard. ROW 2: B. Stearns, S. Smith, M. Smith, B. Little. ROW 3: L. Young, S. Roper, J. Sanders, D. Cook, L. Rowe, K. Link, P. Biddle, B. Hossler, J. Hitchcock. ROW 4: l. Bentley, D. Smith, D. Sigler, P. Slagger, C. Jones, J. Barry, J. Turner, J. Brown, N. Vilt, J. Turner. Triangle lead- er, Jo Baker. SILVER TRIANGLE . . . No club lasts long without a business meet- ing. ROW l: L. Smith, M. Bell, J. Shiflet, J. Phipps, M. Dalton. ROW 2: N. Beach, S. Boyd, C. Zeigler, J. Filtro. ROW 3: A. Mullins, C. Aungst, J. Doe, J. Crow, B. Thompson, M. Cover, B. Fruth, B. Luckey, S. Smith, J. Beam, M. House- holder. ROW 4: C. Crawford, J. Snyder, J. Rhine, N. Sayre, B. Fruth, C. Haney, A. Compton, S. Cole, L. Marshall, P. Bower, J. Baker. Triangle leader, Judy Shiflet. GOLD TRIANGLE . . . We can sell anything! ! l ROW l: P. Luman, P. Schmitz, E. Gregory, S. Boyd. U ROW 2: B. Fruth, S. Keller, S. Heiserman, S. Banks, J. Maurer, L. Kinshaw. ROW 3: S. Masamer, B. Conrad, D. Mavin, J. Clark, J. Welsh, J. Smith, L. Beck, Y. Borringer, D. Burrows, B. Amos, M. Juergens, N. Hunker, E. Volkmer, P. Gardner. Triangle leader, Ellen Gregory. HI-Y OFFICERS AND ADVISERS ROW I: Alex Wernick, Mr. Van Sant, Mr. Zuber, Mr. Siekeres, Tom Sullivan, Dick Hattendort. ROW 2: Dean Reinhard, Dan Schnitzler, Steve McClellan, Lawton Gerlinger, Don Murphy, Rick Nesbitt Dave McDonald, Ronald Strauss, Charles Stocker, Bob Moore. ALPHA SIGMA CHI CHAPTER ROW ROW ROW ROW . Blose, L. Gerlinger, C. Stocker, D. Murphy, D. Hattendorf, D. Blose. J. Bartchlett, L. Swihart, T. Thcxton, W. Russell, R. Endicott, T. Painter, J. Gorrill, T. Porter J. Basehore, T. Nixon, A. Hoff, B. Stover, R. Sackett, B. Birkmire, J. Gorrill, A. Adams. . Dolch, C. Allspaugh, N. Carman, J. Matz, C. Good, N. Glaser, J. Newcomer, D. Senn. DELTA PSI CHAPTER ROW I: P. Goddard, F. Milligan, J. Fruth, D. McDonald, T. Sullivan, R. Nesbitt, S. McClellan, R. Strauss F. Burk, L. Kranz. ROW 2: G. McPherson, D. Ramsey, V. Kenner, M. Lester, R. Roth, T. Fruth, J. Messenger, L. Correll, D Slusser, A. Miller. ROW 3: W. Cover, D. Scott, R. Davis, L. Cockrell, R. Woodruff, T. Woodruff, R. Ebersole, R. Foster, J Gregory. ALPHA BETA ZETA -""?' ROW I: D. Schnitzler, J. Cotton, D. Reinhard, B. Moore, A. Wernick. ROW 2: R. Boney, G. Birkmire, J. Wright, N. Hainen, R. Thatcher, K. True, J. Lind, M. Luman. ROW 3: D. Maurer, J. Groves, D. Smith, D. Heiserman, D. Shumaker. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ROW I: C. Crosby, J. Clark, B. Beigh, K. Woerner, N. Warren, J. Crosby, C. Reeve, Jane Crosby, Mary Macias, Judie Wood- S. Cole, L. Marshall, S. Keller, M. Beltz, J. Lee. ruff, Clara Crosby, Miss Mclntyre. ROW 2: J. Ebersole, M. Shultz, L. Smith, J. Woodruff, J. Beam, P. Biddle, J. Jackson, B. Pullom, A. Theobald, L. Kinshaw, K. Link, J. Fittro, J. Welsh. ROW 3: C. Haney, C. Lewis, A. Peeler, D. Hyte, P. Good, M. Cover, I. Jones, B. Glass, P. Kroetz, S. Boyd, K. Hammer, E. Gregory. Bentley, C. ROW 4: J. Witorski, M. Juergens, J. Rice, S. McFadden, S. Kiser, A. Macias, J. Sharpless, N. Sayre, M. Williams, J. Hitchcock, S. McAran, N. Vitt, J. Turn ef. GYM ASSISTANTS Q 3, 'fe 5. Keller, J. Shiflet, J. Perry, P. Biddle, Rod Thatcher, Dean Reinhard, Danny 5- BBIQI1- Bethel, Don Miller, Rick Nesbitt, Al Wer nick. Adviser, Mis Beigh, B. Beltz, C. Crosby, J. sole, J. Fitlro, L. Marshall, C. N. Warren, J. ner, absent, J. DRILL TEAM s Mclntyre, B J. Clark, S. Cole Crosby, J. Eber S. Keller, J. Lee, Reeve, M. Shultz, Welsh, K. Woer Browning. x , SEPTEMBER 7-No more sleepy days-the first day of school 9-Football preview-Pat Luman reigned GS QUSSI1 I6--Our gridders lost to Clay-0-7 23-We had our opening assembly Defeated Ashland 6-0 27-Visited Africa via the movies-first student-sponsored assembly 28-Two assemblies in two days! Today we visited India 30-Fremont defeated us 0-30 OCTOBER 7-Marion 0-l 5 First issue of Red and Black Journal IA-Columbus South fell to the Redmen 21-I3 17-An Italian singer gave us an enter- taining assembly 19-Magazine assembly started off our yearly campaign 21-Seniors sponsored train to Defiance, we won-l 2-0 28-Another victory for the Redmen, Port Round and Round she goes A M Back to work Clinton 24-6 Surprise! 29-Thanks to the teachers' meeting we had a free day NOVEMBER 2-Bob Richards, the pole-vaulting I , preacher, gave a very interesting - .Z H- assembly ' K 5 4-Rollateers assembly 7-Our game with Bowling Green ended a tie--13-13 9-F.T.A. visited B.G.S.U. ll--Findlay Troians downed us I4-21 I7 -I8-"The Clown Who Ran Away"- All-School Play 22-Red vs. White Basketball game IRed wonl 23-Thanksgiving assembly 24-29-Thanksgiving vacation-what a nice rest! 30-"Oh woe is me." Grade cards out Ummm, good .i----1- V "The pole-vaulting preacher 99 ..W d.. inter Wonderlan I . sf, 1.,, . . Timid Crooner - 'Q ' . 1, V Y 4 3 eelse rl sw g -l -:if f ' -my 3'-- .., I 5 F - ii A e Jo and Joe Q ,i-, K"1 P . -1 f Seniors What??? 5.. 71 Gerrrrrr Cleaning house Swoonl DECEMBER 2-First basketball game-Sandusky. We won 57-35 8-Sophomores won One-Act Play Con- test Annual Assembly -We downed Fremont 71-49 -Talent assembly sponsored by Na- tional Honor -FHS matmen lose to Sylvania 13-36 -We beat Defiance 60-58 in an over- time -Toledo Macomber trounced us 43-79 -Band presented annual Christmas assembly 21-Time for Santa-Christmas vacation began 22-Findlay iust barely beats us 54-56 29-30-Lima Carnival Columbus East s,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46-77 Dayton Roosevelt s,,,,,,,,,s, 59-68 Jethro JANUARY 3-Redmen defeat Bellevue 62-33 4-Oh, those groans! lt's so good to get back into the groove-Christmas va- cation is over Our wrestlers defeat Whitmer 25-19 Tiffin comes to FHS to be defeated 58-45 13-Our boys travel to B.G. We won 66-42 14-The wrestlers defeated Worthington 24-19 15-Two victories in a row-Ohio State School for the Blind-35-18 -20-Semester Exams -25-How lucky we were-a serious gas leak, and no one hurt -Hi-Y induction at the Methodist Church -Denison players travel here to give us a farce comedy We defeated Mansfield 76-55 -Toledo DeVilbiss edged us by 2 points -53-55 FEBRUARY l-Club pictures for the Annual taken Lima fell to the Redmen 25-13 3-Toledo Waite whipped us 62-79 Wrestlers lost to Bridgeport O-32 7-a-"Bragqdoon" 9-Toledo Central defeated the matmen 2l-30 lO-Defiance avenged earlier loss l3-Wrestlers defeated Huron 34-I4 l6-National Honor sponsored World Day of Prayer assembly l7-Redmen fell to Ashland 53-66 I9-Xenia band visited FHSg result-an excellent concert 20-Y-Teen Father-Daughter Banquet 21-B.G. took revenge 72-74 22-A free day in honor of George Washington 25-Jr-Hi basketball players victors in their tournament 29-Juniors sponsored assembly "What Would Happen If Girls Asked Boys for Dates?" MARCH 2-We lost to Sylvania 68-75 in the tournament 3-Music Festival at Tiffin. 23 superiors out of 26 entries 6-Career day for Juniors and Seniors ll-Annual Band Concert I2-Engineers Club sponsored first Science Show I3-Larcey talked on "What is New in the Telephone" I4-F.T.A. Seniors visited elementary schools I5-Annual deadline-We made it! I6-Y-Teens danced their way through an "Evening in Paris" 20-Sr. Faculty game lt's a draw! Anyone lose these? Mr. Cameraman Smile for the birdie! Yeah, team! Working?? to meet the deadline Does he bite? Boo! What fishermen! Candy sale!!! Me and my pals I9-Oberlin assembly 20-Assembly-Alice Haddad, world traveler Senior-Faculty game 22-F.T.A, Guest Night, Mr. Ralph Miller, president of OEA spoke 23-B.G. assembly 27-Easter assembly-Spring vacation began APRIL 3-Vacation over-back to work 7-District Science Day Ht B.G. I3-Junior Class play-"The Thirteenth Chair" I6-Assembly on wrestling I9-All-Sports Dance 22-Band went to Xenia for exchange concert. More fun! 25-Movie, "Spirit of West Point", spon- sored by Student Council MAY 4-Hi-Y Dance 7-Frank Arntage-speech assembly l7 -l 8-Senior Class play-"The Remark- able Incident At Carson Corners" 22-Senior High award assembly 28 -Junior High award assembly 25-Senior assembly 27-Baccalaureate 29-Junior-Senior Prom 31-Commencement JUNE l-Last day of school idummemww X I if I I I w W Q ' 9 5 W WWW W THE AHLENIUS COMPANY F t L d gDp tmentSt YOUR FOSTORIA NEWSPAPER REVIEW - TIMES International News Wire Service Hometown News of Home Folks Phone 6641 Phone 773 I COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOSTORIA PRESSED STEEL CO. Y. M. C. A. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "56" THE SERVICE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Frank Kirian Phone 2852 ATLAS CRAN KSHAFT INC CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSI DAVIS AND NEWCOMER ELEVATDR COMPANY I Headquarters for ROYAL AND SMITH CORONA PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS OFFICE SUPPLY SHOP 112 W. CENTER st. Compliments of THE COMMERCIAL BANK 8. SAVINGS COMPANY PosToRiA, oi-no "The Bunk af Personal Service" Member of Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 200 S. Main Street 22O Perry Street I PAYNE BROS. FLOWERS We Telegruph Flawers Phone 4324 Phone 467 S. Union St. W. Sandusky Fostoria, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio Compliments ot THE KRANZ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY THE EAST NORTH STREET IUMBER COMPANY lumber, Doors, Asphalt Shingles SPECIAL MILLWORK Phone 7759 de Santos Huir Stylists "THE ULTRA-MODERN BEAUTY SALON" 3l6 North Main Street Phone 3649 Compliments of THE AMERICAN RAILWAY SIGNAL CO Compliments ot MANN FUNERAl HOME Phone 6694 -Fostoria, Ohio 24 Hour Wrecker Service SHULTZ AND lAWlESS GARAGE General Repairing and Painting 241 E. Lytle Street Phone 3724-2373 Fostoria, Ohio Compliments to all SENIORS - .IUNIORS - SOPHOMORES - FRESHMEN PEGGS WALLPAPER 8. PAINT STORE Phone 2703 315 South Moin Street Fostoria, Ohio SMITH'S H7 APPAREl SHOP 190 N. Main St. S. Washington St Fostoria, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio DRESSES FOR IUN IORS Compliments of SMITH TRACTOR SALES Dvr's Pure Oil Service 1628 N.cOumy.inesf, Culbertson and Countyline Sts. Fostoria, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio IIBII IIJII HAMBURGER SHUP 151 E. Center Stree "lf We haven't got You're better off without it." Compliments of HARTMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY Compliments of Compliments of MW" Pfccws BEAUTY SALON and Phone 4362 mcnwoon Room Ohio 'I10 M055 I-ANIFRUNI SHUMAN BARBER SHOP CIOTHING COMPANY 107 E. center street "DRESS BETTER AND CLIFF SHUMAN YOU'LL FEEL BETTER." Our aim .... your satisfaction. CIVIC NIC NAC Eostoria's largest and Most Modern Restaurant WISHES THE CLASS OF "56" SUCCESS DUFFIElD'S MUSIC CENTER Instruments and Musicians' Supplies Competent Instructions 226 North Main Street Phone 5437 CONGRATULATIONS! R0Y'5 5H0F REPAIR I2O East Center Street BOOK 8 GIFT SHOP Phone 2388 Our Congratulations SEARS RUEBUCK AND COMPANY sHoP AT SEARS AND SAVE 120-122 West Tiffin St. Phone 6696 Phone 4234 Office Supplies and Furniture T H E COMMERClAl PRESS Printing BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF "56" ClARK'S SHOES Fostoriu's Finest Family Shoe Store SENECA LUMBER COMPANY ' Mr, A . 'mai Division of HIXON 'W '1 1 1 if Peterson lumber Co. Q . 635 W Tiffin St. Fostoria, Ohio 1 1 1 " in . 112 Phone 6671 1, -,,.,,.,,., 97ZzZlmZ,o'ZQxalLQ1zuq,5fnJm, "If p ys to shop of Pen y's" FOSTORIA, OHIO HARRY 8. MARION'S FLOWERS 819 Columbus Avenue Phone 3475 Id d IFI ID gsandSfydes BAllREICH "WAYSIDE" FURNITURE KROEHLER 'I SEALY I SIMMONS FREEMAN'S CITIES SERVICE STATION CITIES I Et' LUBRICATION v Y A V x v I AND ACCESSORIES CAR WASHING AND WAXINC- I00 N. Main Street Fostoria, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF THE MENNEll MIIIING COMPANY FI.0UR - FEED - GRAIN THE FOSTORIA LUMBER 8. SUPPLY CO. Dealer in LUMBER AND MILLWORK ' BUILDERS' HARDWARE ' PAINTS Ph 7727 F t Oh Ex-Cell-O Corporation Flowers for all Occasions .Sackattl Enmnhouao , gm Style Guide specified products... ii , ,.,i.w ,.., ,... om ,.., ,... e. .... . ,.., Q , ,. x . GRAM mu M Home nEcoRArloN ssnvlce i f .UA CENTER SHERWlN'WllllAMS ' Q9 PAINTS Aoonsss mon: 206 S. Main Street Fostoria Phone 4495 THE SENECA WIRE CO PETER'S CLOTHING STORE "FQSTORlA'S FINEST MEN'S STORE" 201 South Main Street Fostoria, Ohio C mpliments of the National Carbon C0 adivision of UNION CARBIDE 8g CARBON CORP. HI-JINX Across From Fostoria High School PITTSBURGH HATE GLASS COMPANY PAINT, wAu.PAPEns, wmnow sHAoEs PICTURE FRAMING North Main St. I h 3 MONTGOMERY WARD 8. CO. FOSTORIA'S MOST COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 6669 The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FOSTORIA Serving the community with SOUND POLICIES and FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE for 73 Years Free Customer Parking Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DELUS LUNCH E. W. Harrold Phone 7717 D. E. Harrold HARROLD FUNERAL HOME Funeral Directors 301 West Tiffin Street Fostoria, Ohio OHIO FARMERS' FEEDS AND FERTILIZERS S U P E R ET TE SANDUSKY AND FREMONT sts. WHITNEY'S SANDWICH SHOP Biggest and best hamburgers in the State Meet the gang at Whitney's J. B. BASEHORE 8. COMPANY Coal ' Builders' Supplies ' Concrete Septic Tanks Automatic Gas 8. Coal Heating Equipment PHONE 6667 - L, 5, f-Les" gqseho,-e - FOSTORIA, OHIO Compliments and Success To The Fohirab Annual From THE DRY CLEANERS OF FOSTORIA BISHOP'S EDWARDS HADE'S KEYES PORTER'S MOORE'S ASSOCIATE STORE BICYCLES 0 TIRES 0 BATTERIES TOYS 0 GIFTS I I3 N. Main Street Fostoria, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF WHITE FRONT MARKET W. South Street Let Us Fill You Prescriptions Finest in Perfume Toiletries 0 Quick, friendly, courteous service Compliments of PETE DICESARE SHOE REPAIR SHOP Below Woolworth WAYSIDE DRIVE INN 121 A FRIEND TOWNHOUSE SANDWICHES 0 SHORT ORDERS o DINNERS STEAKS AND CHOPS "A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" Phone 995 Fostoria, Ohio H 0 Y T S E E D C 0 . Field, Garden And lawn Seed 149 W. North St. Fostoria, Ohio T MARATHON-The Best in the Long Run ' cLAGG's mARAtHoN SERVICE STATION Corner South and Union Streets Fostoria, Ohio CA6Ll0lf1fL6LlfL if jodforiod oZ26'L6kl'L9 Jeweim THE 0Hl0 SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATIDN INSURED SAVINGS AND HOME LOANS Corner Main and North Sts., Fostoria, Ohio Ph ne 7777 220 South Main S CANDYLAND luncheonette LUNCHES ' SANDWICHES ' FOUNTAIN SERVICE Corner Main and Sandusky Streets coNGRAruLArloNs GRADUATES OF 1956 Plan "W" life Insurance THE ONLY ALL-PURPOSE LIFE INSURANCE POLICY WHICH CAN BE CHANGED AFTER YOU OWN IT, TO MEET YOUR CHANGING NEEDS Lee B. Luckey, General Agent Ed. Collins, Agent THE NORTHWEST OHIO AGENCY OF NORTHWE sTERN7WzZZ01m! LIFE INSURANCE coMPANY A .,. QQ MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA lARRY'S SUPER MARKET GROCERIES o VEGETABLES MEATS o FROZEN FOODS 24 376 Perry Street Fostoria, OI 'o COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF the the WARD LIVESTOCK lUNCH BOX COMPANY COMPLIMENTS 0F BUD'S BAKERY 207 N. Main Sf. Phone 3240 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OI: The MUX Bake' New Center Recreation Insurance Co. 159 E. some sf. 113 W. Cerner sf. Phone 5346 Phone 944 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF CO0K'S PIE SHOP BODAY BEAUTY SALON W. jackson St. Phone 3579 333 N. Main ST. Phone 6I53 COMPLIIVIENTS OF BUCKEYE STAGES, INC. Charter Service - 1 , Sefviflg mlm , I k, ANY Time, F Northwestern Ohio Any Where 32 4, 5 A ' I. in E F Aq iiiiss l l gi ve Congratulations to the Class of "56" KINN 8. THEOBAID INSURANCE AGENCY SWIFT AND COMPANY SOYBEAN Mlll Compliments of Comp' imenfs Of DEI.LA'S , Flowers and Gifts HEINIES HCORSAGES A SPECIALTY" MQTEL AND INN 109 Perry sf. Phone 3303 BEST WISHES TO THE C-RADUATING CLASS From THE CAMERON-WEBER INSURANCE AGENCY Remember . . . "lt's a good policy not to have a bad one." Comphmenfs Of COMPLIMENTS OF Fostorlu Iron and Metal BARNES SUNOCO Subway Auto Pans ZIO South Countyline Army-Navy Surplus Store Phone 931 127 COMPLIMENTS OF FOSTORIA ALUMINUM SIDING CO. Specialists in ALSIDE Baked Enamel Aluminum Siding l 13 W. Center St. Phone 6435 VIRGIL M. GASE Insurance Income Tax Service 2 S , Real Estate 25 West Center tree' Photo Copies FOSTORIA, OHIO For 6. E. Appliances Go To FOSTORIA HECTRIC lO6 S. Main St. Phone 845 Compliments of ART CLOTHES SHOP l24 South Main Street FOSTORIA, OHIO Bl0SE GULF SERVICE Union and Perry St. PHONE 969 FOSTORIA, OHIO General Auto Repair 8. Service BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF "56" SHERLIE ANN BAKERY Home Baked Quality ls Our Standard Best Ingredients and Plenty of Them! 116 East North Street Phone 5330 DON'S SUPER MARKET Corner of Sandusky and Buckley THE PREIS STORE 129 MIGHT'S SOHIO SERVICE Phone 903 Fostoria, Ohio Union and Elm Streets "Willard" "Don" KElDAN'S .lEWElERS H5 N. Main St. Opp. State Theatre Fostoria, Ohio "Fostoria's Newest And Finest lewelers" THE DRESS SHOP ldelia Dreitzler Junior Dresses, Skirts and Sweaters Hays Building l I4 South Main Street Fostoria, Ohio Compliments Of COMPLIMENTS OF MariEtta's Beauty Salon STATE THEATRE 142 W. Center Street N. Main Street Phone 2784 phone 3571 t F60 -Q ki' sg 'id' at A ,S 01, , ble -sl' 1- ik , if YY OF coURsE You ARE, why not? It means gtg Y if you are ambitious . . . looking forward to the Bi? years ahead to whatever they will bring . . . Y X to the big challenge of making your own way . . . to reach the top in whatever field you select. W av IT'S GOOD - this ambition - because, properly rl- 4' channeled, it leads to accomplishment, and security, and all the good things in life you have a right to expect. YOUR FIRST STEP is to select a job in which your talents can be explored and used most fully. YOUR INTERESTS may lie in, say, the Held of electronics . . or hydraulics, chemistry, mechanical engineering . . . or they may lean toward oflice work, or administration . . . or many of numerous interesting and rewarding occupations, Whatever your dreams, whatever your ambitions, we believe you can fulfill them at Auto-Lite, because Auto-Lite offers many opportunities in these and many other fields. Auto-Lite is the world's largest independent manufacturer of automotive electrical equipment, but that tells only part of the story. In short, we believe we are big enough, diversified enough to meet any demands your ambition calls for. WHEN You coME TO TALK to us, bring your ambition . . and your dreams. We're interested in young people who are reaching for the stars. THE ELECTRIC AUTO-l.l'I'E COMPANY Toledol Ohio C1fL9raLLvLf01,LLi0n5 Z jAe Cfom T56 H AUVVL PAT MARCHION Me, Myself, and I YOUR OFFICIAL ANNUAl PHOTOGRAPHER FOSTORIA NEW CAR AND TRUCK DEALERS ASSOCIATION Compliments of the McCORMIC MOTOR SALES Dodge - Plymouth GODDARD CHEVROIET, INC. CI'e""Ie' CARROLL-LINCOLN-MERCURY 1. ouvm Pon: co. I""'I"'Mm"" Buick - Oldsmobile IAMBERJACK SAlES 8. SERVICE HUMMEL moron sms, mc. H,,,4,,,,,wm,, Pontiac - Cadillac NYE IMPLEMENT CO., INC W. E. KINNEY International Trucks Chrysler - Plymouth GIllIG SAlES 8. SERVICE DeSoto - Plymouth WIllIS J. HAKES, INC. Ford 4 It is our pleasure to serve you with the finest OFFSET and LETTERPRESS to give you Top Quality at Low Cost with constant Superior Service. LARGEST PRODUCERS OF ANNUALS IN THE STATE 65 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE" f"- 'OVER ,I . . . CVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE . . . giving us a back- ground to better produce your printing needs. 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