Gibsonburg High School - Bears Tale Yearbook (Gibsonburg, OH)

 - Class of 1955

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P. Johnson, Jacob Beard, P. H. Zorn, and Charles Sander. This building is now the present grade school. Its rooms no longer roomy and half-filled but crowded with many eager Gibsonburg children. No longer up-to-date, it has been torn by fire, its grounds have been trampled by thousands of feet, its floors are worn and pitted, its desks are carved and scratched, and its exterior is sooty and weather-beaten. It is no longer the proud building of 1894. It is a beaten warrior of many storms. It is to this building, soon to be replaced by a shinging new, one that we, the annual staff of 1954, dedicate our yearbook in remembrance of our grade school years. 2 SUPERINTENDENT A, N, WELTER Heidelberg, Ohio State, 1 Bowling Green PRINCIPAL G, H. STING University of Cincinnati, Ohio State ADMINISTRATION I xr-in HARRY POTTS President JOHN BRONSON WALDEN RICHARDS Vice President WILSON DAMSCHRODER ll- . A RAYMOND SCHUETT MARVIN SMITH . 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X Jim Agnew, Editorg Fran Daiber, Associate Editorg Christy Holland, Advisor, --........,s. ,W --Y----.....,,- 'n Sandra Krotzer, Business Manager v I' ACTIVITIES EDITOR A ' J!-vw Phyllis Dolweck Q-.1 ':5x11i"' - Li ' K Av' Q Q. s - -' ' V X M' S A a 4 ,af s X , - 1 . 1 if 5 . ' ' gp J F Q Pat Vallance, Art Editor 3 f mf! ' i . in 1 pe- , 1 s K .. V Ls' 1 X ...auf - Nancy Davis Jane Nieset hr SENIOR EDIT OR Billie Baker Phil Mathna W I K , L' .L - ,367 K A - may W, I . K ,Y ' Vs .Q 5 Q wks K . "' 'fx - ,J -"' '-ft L S PORTS EDIT OR Jim Damschroder Ioan Ellis Tony La Salvia IUNIOR STAFF Wesley Emch LOUISE Oberhommert, Linda Diels Sue welter "SENIORS" 'THE KEY TO EDUCATION IS THE PASSWORD FOR SUCCESS" I Not knowing what s before us, Not knowing our own life, Never grumbling, never fumbling, Meeting every strife, We must do our duty To ourselves, our folks and God, Never trampling this good land. On success our feet do trod. Will we make a head line? Will we do some good? Will we become good citizens For our following brotherhood? All the falters that we make, Temptations we must pass, We look to God in prayer To fulfill our one great task. We will accept our duties, Our responsibilities, nothing less. THE KEY TO EDUCATION IS THE PASSWORD FOR SUCCESS. Carolyn Plowright CLASS COLORS: Green and White Mel Moore James Agnew Bob Kirsch Rita Sneider Pat Vallance Sgt At Arms President Vice President Treasurer Secretary "Q Q "Lf 'rx 'J I 3 X we K. ytii 1: S, - 'fa . :K1,:35'.w . . . 3 f 'ff' I ' Y iv, ss. av. ' ..',' sung' .L-fm -... M ' . f - S -r 5- i5.X..s 9 A X Q, , up V 1 -nllIQ- JAMES AGNEW "Doc" "All work and no fun isn't the life for me. " Band 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Annual Staff 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 1, School Revue 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player, Football, lst Team 4, S. B. C. Basketball 2nd Team 4, Most Valuable Player, Basketball. JOYCE ARNOLD "Shorty" "Quiet, serene, and that's not all. She's a girl who's not so tall. " F, H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, Lime Lite Staff 4, Library Staff 3, 4. ,if S' x""' 5' ses.. 'wal f uw ,J . ,. fg .Ll ,,,. S., 'erwew ,M ' -fa f 1 f MSA?-if,gf., if ffffgfii if A -edit 1. 2 , QM i fc,-J - ,1cl,,g.f aw-g , . . 311 if U 1 '54 i 5.4" -'ffr3,ff,f X , fy' , ,I BILLIE RAE BAKER "Billie" "Always pleasant and ever kind. A better friend we'll never find. " Mixed Chorus 1, Lime Lite Staff Co- Editor 4, Annual Staff 4, School Revue 4- F. B. L. A. 4. CURT BOWSER "Ace" "Basketball playing is Curt's delight, and on the floor he does alright. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain, School Revue 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player, Track 3, 4, S. B. C. Basketball 3, S. B.C, Football 2, Co-Captain, Basketball. -.4 , sf . W4 E .fs A x kl ll Wil Y K- ,u gg .5 . ., wx 'x A r :FV 5 ,, YR Q-v--fi 1 C i 1 ' , . f ALLEN ALLISON "Al" "So persistent he would have the last word with an echo. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Football 1, 2, Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, School Re- vue 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Club 1, ANN CALLIHAN "Mitze " "The world has not heard from me yet- but just wait. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Li- brary Staff 4, Junior Play 3, Swimming Club 4, School Revue 3, Photo Club 1, Prince of Peace Alternate 3. .- . R""A A F..-vi ' 5- Pl-IYLLIS DOLWECK "Farmer" "Little, but oh gosh! ! I " G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Lime Lite Staff 4, Annual staff 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, School Revue 4, F. B. L. A. 4, Secretary. NANCY DAVIS "Archy" "Neat as a pin, pleasant and slim. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Library Staff 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Operetta 3, School Revue 3. ..-x, . fx' f be As l Y PTA x on S 5 L ig F 3 . 2' 4rA'A ! A RICHARD GOETZ "Dick" "Dick is one of our nicest boys, even tho' he doesn't make much noise. " F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GOETZ "Bob" "l like work, it fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours. " F,F. A. 1, 2, Reporter 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Swimming Club 4. FRANCES DAIBER "Fran" "Not that I like studying less, but I like fun more. " G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Annual Staff 4, Office Staff 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 4, School Revue 2, 3, 4, Photo Club 1, Lime Lite Staff 4. LOUISE DOLWECK "Lousy" "She goes quietly along her way, never having too much to say. ???" wi Hamill' F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4. 5 A- A new 1 ' .zlaisgln . ': 1 JOAN ELLIS "Io" "Bright, brisk, and full of spirit. " G, A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, Lime Lite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Office Staff 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 3, School Revue 4, Student Council 1, F. B. L. A. 4, Treasurer. SANDRA KROTZER "Sandy" 'Life of the party. " G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Lime Lite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Li- brary Staff 4, Oftrce Staff 3, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 2. 3, Photo Club 1, F. B. L. A. 4, Girls' State Al- temate 3. V wr ffm! .1 Y? ROBERT HAMMER "Louie " "When God passed out ears, I thought he said "Beers, " so I said, "I'll take two big ones! " Mixed Chorus 2, Track 3. PAUL L. HAMMER "Young Mace" 'Wisdom just never passed my way. " F, F. A. 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Play 4. DONNA KIRSCH "Liz" "A live wire never gets stepped on. " G, A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, An- nual Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 2, 3, 4, Photo Club 1, 2. SHIRLEY KELLOGG "Eager to serve and jolly to talk to. " E1 j .Y x, 4"Q S-5 's..-0 ,X - . Q' xxx za 1 i 3 L . T .5 o 3 .l A S . V I 'nil 7 11,3 ' M324 ' ' ROBERT KIRSCH "Bob" "Girls make me so nervous. " Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, School Revue 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President. LARRY KARR "Red Fox" "Larry is the lad with the bright red hair. He is always happy with never a care. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 3, Track 3, Dance Band 4. r NORETA KEESECKER "Neetie " "A pleasant girl with a pleasant smile. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Lime Lite Staff 4, Junior Play 3, School Revue 3, Photo Club 1, F. B. L.A. 4, Dance Band 4. ELIZABETH MILLER "Betty" "If silence were money, l'd be a millionaire. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Office Staff 4, School Revue 3, F. B. L.A. 4, Reporter. lg? 1 X .4 x w K La.-fi X uf 5:.+ ---, . W.. 5 if L b,..,,,... saw:-111 DALE KEPPUER "Success is built of backbone--not wishbone. " Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, School Revue 2, 3, 4. RICHARD KIRSCH "Red" "Rich comes from out in the sticks and teases the girls with ridiculous tricks. " F. F. A. 1, 2, Sentinel 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain, Most Valuable Player, Football 2. . -1 Q? fl L' A S' .., 1' 'ij H 'Z f X, Q x- sf s Fx 3 ' . y fr l N 4' f Xa . ,ff f if 'e "' fa . f" -A 5 -f 1' H f an in a. ,gpg f va :if . 'L .,L ,1 .3.s5g,,,. ...sf 5 sfg' rgtgga-rg' gif 4 Q Ax x W 1 J' 1 rags , sf 'J "' 'Q -v I TONY LA SALVIA "As trouble comes, so trouble goes. " Annual Staff 4g Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4g Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 43 School Revue 2, 3g Track 1, Class President lg Sgt. at Arms 3. WAYNE LONGANBACH "Beefy " "I 'spectl grow'd, nobody made me. " F, F, A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, President, County Sentinel 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Junior Play 3. YV. as ,, . 1-,Ji I , gifts 52 of P' X '-A A L ' A al t ll 52 B F' i , H lqle ' t L -J ., JIM LONG "Fingers" "I meant to do my work today." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, Li- brary Staff 4: Junior Play 3: Basketball 4, Football 1, Swimming Club 3, 4, School Revue 3. ROSALIE MURRAY "Rosalie is one you all should know, her smile will keep you all aglow. " Mixed Chorus 2. JACK MINICH "Nick" 'Whenl feel like exercising, I lie BARBARA MARKEL "Barb" down until the feeling goes away, " "A good friend to all." Library Staff 45 Basketball 45 Football Library Staff 4. 4, f Qt i' Q"j. ga . .f 5 1 e X'-.al l 'x . , ' ul nh MELVIN MOORE "Mel" "Mel is handsome and very tall. He plays a snappy game of basketball. " Senior Play 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co -Captain, School Revue 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, Sgt. at Arms 1, Class President 2, Sgt. at Arms 4, All S. B. C. Football 4, Basketball Co- Captain. LOIS RICHTER "Loie" "Lois is a merry lass. All she does is giggle and laugh. " Library Staff 4. '5 T7 f'- Y 'sl' 2 I 6 if by 5' Q5 n . 'Q 'Q in " QA CAROLYN PLOWRIGHT "Corky" "She talks so fast her tongue blurs. " G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1. JAMES SPITNALE "Jim" "I-le's good for a laugh and a hearty one, wherever you find Jim, you al- ways find fun. " Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 3, School Revue 3, 4. .32 5-' C xg tfff' PHIL MATHNA "Flip" "Great men are dead or dying. I don'r feel so well myself. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, 4, School Revue 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Photo Club 1, Dance Band 4. SANDRA SEBRING "Sandy" "Always merry, never glum, she makes a brightful, cheerful chum. " F, H. A. 1, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Library staff 4, Senior Play 4, School Revue 2, Student Council 2, F. B. L. A. 4. ' ' M222 'lv' "T""Tf ig 1 .Est ' A 'Q' 'W' RITA SNEIDER "Another brunette with sparkling dark eyes. You ask her no questions-- she'll tell you no lies. " F. H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, County Vice President, Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, President, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Lime Lite Staff Co-Editor 4, Library Staff 4, Office Staff 4, School Revue 2, Class Treasurer 3, 4, F. B. L.A. Vice Presi- dent 4, Delegate to Girls' State 3. JANET SHREFFIER "Shref" "Why should the devil have all the good times. " F. H, A. 2, 3, 4, G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Lime Lite Staff 4, Amrual Staff 4, Office staff 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, School Revue 3, F. B. L. A. 4. - 5 'qgnnndtfll yn- 1, 'Inf ll, 9 'sd' Q 4, U..-fs" l .TIM TILLOTSON "Tillie" NORMA SHAMMO "Susie" ".lirn gives us fun and joy, he's a- friend "ln her quietness, there is a subtle of every girl and boy. " charm. " Basketball Manager 4, Track 2, 3. F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1 CARL UNGER "George" "Carl, you know, is quite a lad. Never too good, and never too bad. Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Swimming Club 1, 2. 5 rrs- SALLY VICKERY "Vick " "Sal1y always has a cheerful smile, because she 's happy all the while Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club 3 PATRICIA VALLANCE "Pat" "Pat is a girl you'd like to meet, she has pretty eyes and smiles so sweet. " G, A, A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Lime Lite Staff 45 Annual staff 45 Senior Play 45 Swimming Club 1, 2, 35 School Revue 35 Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Junior Attendant 15 F. B. L. A. 4. PHILOMENA ZAPPIA "Phyllis" "lf silence is virtue, how virtuous she must be, " F. H. A. 1, 25 Library Staff 4. if .ay al ,W -,,. s 5 Q 54,3 Yirrrr ? LORENE WIDMER "Susie" "Personality, beauty, also wit, no wonder she makes such a hit. " Mixed Chorus 15 Office Staff 35 Student Council 35 Football Queen 35 "Sweet- heart" Senior Attendant 4. RONALD WEIGMAN I "Bill" "Nature might stand up and say, 'This is a man?' " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Football 1, 25 Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 School Revue 2, 3, 45 Photo Club 25 Stu- dent Council 1. BETTY ZIMMERMAN "Liz" "One of those, busy Commercial girls? Busy with boys? -or busy with girls?" F.H. A, 1, 2, Secretary 35 County Sec- retary 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Lime Lite Staff 45 Office staff 45 School Revue 2, 45 Class Treasurer 1. N swssftssiss. - A ' - -s-' 5 . 57' CLASS Wlll I, JAMES AGNEW do hereby will and bequeath my Model A to Tom Specht hoping that his arms, legs, neck, steering wheel and "oga" horn all stay together. I have found from past exper- ience that all you need for breakdowns is a pair of pliers and a piece of bailing wire. I, JOYCE ARNOLD do hereby will and bequeath my love for Sunday night dancing at Meadowbrook to anyone who will come home past Mr. Roberts house blowing their horn, so he won't get homesick for us. I, ALLEN ALLISON do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get into uouble in Senior Band to Corky House and Jim Kirsch. It's fun but it isn't worth it boys. I, BILLIE BAKER do hereby will and bequeath my love for horses to Mel Rose who seems to be more interested in females that wear saddles than in females that wear skirts. I, CURTIS BOWSER do hereby will and bequeath my athletic ability to Anthony Ruggerio. Make good use of it Anthony. We, ANN CALLIHAN and NANCY DAVIS do hereby will and bequeath our locker to anyone who wants to be late for class be- cause they have to spend two minutes out of three picking up their books in the hall, I, FRANCES DIABER do hereby will and bequeath my ability to walk into street light poles to anyone who wants to see where they have been instead of where they are going. 1, LOUISE DOLWECK do hereby will and bequeath my love for the Marine Corp to Diane Holcomb who seems to have another heart throb there also. I, PHYLLIS DOLWECK do hereby will and bequeath my short- ness to Ann Agnew hoping she will enjoy staying as close to the earth as I have been. I, IO ELLIS do hereby will and bequeath my interest in a certain Junior boy to any up and coming Senior girl who finds the Junior boys quite interesting. I, RICHARD GGTZ do hereby will and bequeath my job to supplying rear tires for my brother's and my car to George Miller in hopes that they don't wear out as fast as mine did. I, ROBERT GOETZ do hereby will and bequeath all the troubles that l've had with my Ford to anyone who wants them, because they sometimes get pretty expensive. I, PAUL HAMMER do hereby will and bequeath my motor scooter to Christy Holland. I would just love to see him scoot around. I, ROBERT HAMMER do hereby will and bequeath my ability of horseback riding to anyone who thinks he can stay on a horse longer than I can't. I, NORETA KEESECKER do hereby will and bequeath my in- terest for East Madison Sueet to Jeannette Grove. It seems she has a "special interest' on that street also. I, LARRY KARR do hereby will and bequeath my ability to coon hunting to anyone who likes to stay out late at night. I, SHIRLEY KELLOGG do hereby will and bequeath my quiet'- ness to Mary and Mavene hoping that they make good use of it. I, DALE KEPPIER do hereby will and bequeath my ability to stay out of trouble to Dick Flahiff, who seems to have plenty of it. ---Trouble, that is. I, DONNA KIRSCH do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be late to anyone who wants to be left behind. I, RICHARD KIRSCH db hereby will and bequeath my girlish figure to David Deerwester. He seems to have a pretty good start. I, SANDRA KROTZER do hereby will and bequeath my con- stant trips to Fremont to Willy Apadoca who already seems to know the way. I, ROBERT KIRSCH do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get a girl to any boy who has uouble doing so. I, TONY LA SALVIA do hereby will and bequeath the glasses thatl wear in football to anyone who thinks he can keep them on. I. JIM LONG do hereby will and bequeath my ear to "mousie" Paul hoping he can keep up the garage bills. I, WAYNE LONGANBACH do hereby will and bequeath my name of "Beefy" to Mr. Sting. I, BARBARA MARKELdo hereby will and bequeath my job as school librarian to Linda Long, hoping she can keep the kids quiet. It seems I just didn't have the right influence over them. I, PHILIP MATHNA do hereby will and bequeath my saxa- phone to Dick Kimmet. May he leam how to play it. I, BETTY MILLER do hereby will and bequeath my long walks to school to Kathryn Bork. Try to be there on time, Kate. I, JACK MINICH do hereby will and bequeadi my "41" to anyone who can keep it on all four wheels. I, ROSALIE MURRAY do hereby will and bequeath my abil- ity to master Chemistry to Wesley Emch hoping he doesn't, ac- cidently, that is, blow up the school. I, MEL MOORE do hereby will and bequeath my play calling in football to Bob Myers. I, CAROLYN PLOWRIGHT do hereby will and bequeath my love for black "51" Fords, and St. Joe class rings to anyone who finds them as interesting as I have. I, LOIS RICHTER do hereby will and bequeath my ability for sewing to Donna Wetjen, hoping she finds it as interesting asl have. I, JIM SPITNALE do hereby will and bequeath my Crosley to Miss Chandler. I, SANDRA SEBRING do hereby will and bequeath my clear explanations in Business English to any up and coming Senior who thinks they know all the answers. I, NORMA SHAMMO do hereby will and bequeath my inter- est in Pemberville to my sister Alice. I, JANET SHREFFLER do hereby will and bequeath my po- sition as one of the cheerleaders to any up and coming girl who thinks they can win at leastone argument with Dorthy Marshall. I, RITA SNEIDER do hereby will and bequeath my front page of the Lime Lite to any Junior girl who thinks hard work is fun, ' hoping she will enjoy it as much as I did. I, JIM TILLUFSON do hereby will and bequeath my 1941 Buick to Dave Zeller. Fasten the saddle on tight Dave: it bucks. I, CARL UNGER do hereby will and bequeath my 35 Ford, "Matilda" to anyone who can keep it running. She is guaranteed to stop every ten miles or your money back. I, PAT VALLANCE do hereby will and bequeath my carbon paper for Senior Health class to any Junior girl who has the motto, "Help Others. " I, SALLY VICKERY do hereby will and bequeath my piccolo to Jim Burkett, knowing it would make a better sounding horn for his hot-rod. 1, RONALD WEIGMAN do hereby will and bequeath my abil- ity to get a big bang out of Chemistry on Open House night, to anyone who doesn't know what will happen when H and O are mixed and set aflame. I, LORENE WIDMER do hereby will and bequeath my position as "football queen" to a lucky Junior girl hoping she will enjoy it as much as I did. I, PHYLLIS ZAPPIA do hereby will and bequeath my going to Business School during the hot summer months to anyone who thinks a temperature of 100 degrees F. in a class room is cool. I, BETTY ZIMMERMAN do hereby will and bequeath my interest for a certain guy who drives a baby blue Pontiac con- vertible no myself because I don't want anyone else to be ln- terested in him. L' CLASS PROPHECY JIM AGNEW is now sole owner of a beautiful horse ranch in the Blue Grass state of Kentucky. He owns everything from Shetland ponies for the kids, to St. Joe "The Streak, " who won the Kentucky Derby. JOYCE ARNOLD is now part owner of Meadowbrook Park. I hear she let's all of her friends in at half price. How about that? ALLEN ALLISON is still working his way through college. He started in "55". Professor Christy Holland sure has a tough Chemistry class. BILLIE BAKER is now Billie Zimmerman and she is raising more than horses on that Western ranch of hers. CURTIS BOWSER is now coaching the football team of S. M. U. ANN CALLIHAN and NANCY DAVIS are co-owners of the Gibsonburg Rest Home. This home is restricted only to girls who attend slumber parties. FRANCIS DIABER is now a very dignified business woman who owns her own beauty shop. She specializes in Toni and Bobbi home permanents. LOUISE DOLWECK has changed her name to Filliater and is residing in their spacious ranch house just outside of Helena. It seems PHYLLIS DOLWECK has started a school for "Tall People. " The sign reads "Tall People, Four Feet Eleven Inches and Under. " It seems JO ELLIS hasn't changed a bit, that is with the ex- ception of her last name. She is now living in Colorado on a dude ranch, taking care of her little dudes. RICHARD GOETZ is the owner of a big dairy farm on the south side of Gibsonburg. ROBERT GOETZ is owner of a new Cadillac. It seems his Ford troubles have vanished since he has purchased this Cadillac. He is still undecided as no which is the most expensive. PAUL HAMMER is the new barber in Gibsonburg. He sure gives the guys a close shave. ROBERT HAMMER is busy raising horses, plus learning how to ride. NORETA KEESECKER has finally settled down in a cute little bungalow in the Sunset addition. It seems Herb and the twins keep her pretty busy. LARRY KARR is now a great orchestra leader. The name of his orchestra is, "Swing and Sway with Larry K. " SHIRLEY KELLOGG is at the present time, expermenting with a new perfume in her lab. When the experiment is com- pleted a free sample will be given to all who visit her laboratory. DALE KEPPLER is now owner of a 200 acre dairy farm, the most modern in Sandusky County. DONNA KIRSCH is teaching nurse's training in Michigan. I understand her nursing ability was attained from her Sr. Health class in which she seemed to take a great interest during her last year at G. H. S. RICHARD KIRSCH is still living on a farm. His pursuits are the same--no one knows what! SANDRA KROTZER is still attending Ohio State. From what we hear, it isn't her grades that are keeping her there. It seems ROBERT KIRSCH never did find the right girl so he took up the vocation of priesthood. The Reverend Father Kirsch is now pastor of St. Michiels Church and is next in line to be- come Bishop of the Toledo Diocese. TONY LA SALVIA is playing baseball for the Cleveland Indians. JIM LONG and JACK MINICK are co-owners.of the Jim and Jack Speedway at Hessville, Ohio. WAYNE LONGANBACH is mayor and "Justice of the Peaceful and Unpeaceful" of Hessville, Ohio. BARBARA MARKEL finds her job as Rollersville Librarian very interesting. She refers the book "Heartbreaker" to all the boys who come in. PHILIP MATHNA is the owner of the Toppit Restaurant in Fremont, 322 East State Street, Phone Federal 2-0293. Good plug huh? BETTY MILLER is the secretary at G. H.S. I guess she likes school so well she just couldn't bear to leave it. ROSALIE MURRAY is now Superintendent of Nurses School at Columbus. The reason she is so far from home is that when her patients discovered she was head nurse at Memorial Hospital they decided to go to Community Hospital. I guess dley just didn't have much faith in Rosalie's nursing ability. MEL MOORE now owns a John Deere experimenting farm. CAROLYN and Rich seem quite contented after settling in Helena. And the pidgeons? Why they're doing fine. LOIS RICHTER is a private secretary in Toledo, I understand that in her spare time she is a seamstress for Tiedtkes' Depart- ment Store. JIM SPITNALE is driving a Cadillac-and to think it all started with a big-little Crosley. SANDRA SEBRING is now married and living in Woodville. Jiggs and the kids keep her pretty busy. NORMA SHAMMO is a telephone operator. And guess where! Why in Pemberfille of course. It seems as though JANET SI-lREFFLER'S position on the Lime Lite Staff finally paid off. She is now Sports Editor of the Fre- mont News Messenger. And for some strange reason the Bears instead of the Streaks are getting the write -ups. RITA SNEIDER is Supervisor of Girls State. It seems that little trip she made there as a Junior really paid off. The only troirble is, all we can find at Girls State are boys! No wonder Rita likes her job. JIM TILUOTSON is now a Captain in the U. S. Air Force and he flies his own private Jet. CARL UNGER and JIM SPITNALE, better known as Kirwens' Boys in school are now in a business for themselves. Unger and Spitnale 's A 8s P will run Kirwens Red 8: White out of business any day now. PAT VALLANCE is running a night school, teaching model- ing, while Bill sits home and reads bed -time stories to the little Millers. SALLY VICKERY is following in her mother's footsteps and is now teaching mathematics to all the boys in G.H, S. Some of these boys happen to be the children of some of our 1955 Grads. My, but Sally's hair just isn't blond anymore. RONALD WEIGMAN is living on his Hollywood estate where he is directing a new picture called "How The Bears Became S. B.C. Champs. " LORENE WIDMER just helped perform another operation A which was a success and when she was receiving congratulations. what do you think she was called but "Queenie. " PHILOMENO ZAPPI is now a private secretary, DOI to mention one of the highest paid in the business. BETTY ZIMMERMAN is married and living on an estate con- sisting of a four acre lawn. She does the mowing by herself. It seems she got her experience from mowing cemetaries. UNDERCLASSMEN -Mer- Q KS.-1 Q 'R' O s 'Q if f QQ -3 la? M. Rose, President '. ,v 'f E, if ..., '. 'V' Q W, Emch, Vice President JUNIOR CLASS W. Apodaca all , lux Q.. S ,. f- J. Boggess 3 'T A I M. Bowe V .V .. . L G. Braden 1 ,, yn YE,Hlrf J B. Branlet 3, Q' ', A ,p ,Q " H. Brinkmeier J ' ' 3 " J. Burkett V 'Y , 4 I 'wg S. Carper -sr., . ' f xl! 5 9 X ' M. Claar 3 r 'Q -Q 6 , 1 W. Cicanese ,gg X -1 R. Cicanese . N wt R. Copley M. Crispen ,I V 7 A X 3 5: , J. Damechroder Q A I. 1 I :L 1 R, Davis Q. '9' ' , D. Deerwester . owl' . AFI L. Diels ' 3 H ' v 4 Y q H. Dickenson Q gi Ir ' ff' ' F. Dolweck r' F Q , , C. Eschedor f ' ' D. Flahiff ,Q QI A Iliff, B.Foos f 'W 4 ' Lv EW .,, V Q -- . rlar 1 A' J f' t.-1' ' "Ax ix 1 1 D. Gangwer 5 - I . r ,5 3 J. Graver P . I. Hammer ' V 3- '73 B. Henline 1 , , , A J if A T Q A. Hemminger 4, . K Q P, Herman ' 5- M y D. Holcomb rw? 4f'i L. Hughes 41' .' NA 20 A15 Q J P. Gillespie, Secretary X N ?, R. Reinbolt, Treasurer '-"K L. Lechmarr, Sgt.-at-arms 9 .mx ,N Absent from school when pictures were taken -- R, Kline. Johnson Kimmet 0 ,g 4 43 5, 1 Kolkemeyer Q5 4 X, ' 31 Krotzer -, Q' t "' Ai K ' ' Kutzli . I-OHS 2, 5. 4 s 9- f-' F3 S Magrum ll 3 ga--5 6, Marshall -1 Q, we S. Miller Mitchell , f A ,. -:Q Morelock 6 as ij, I Myers ' I XJ ' .fy tiny Yr. I Neeb Nieset 3 ,. ,A Q Y . Q 13 Oberhommert ,ek f :L ' , Paul -. Y , A L P 1 " I Paul Penmher .2 i 3 m L 3 S., Prccruto Q., ,LA Quamtance xi. K , mx ll. B , W.-f ...rgle . Reineck . Reino jg, .. l 'Q ,R ,Q 3 gg Reino :L -cn A 4' " Rodri uez M? X 5' q f' 4' ffl Rogers Ruggiero 'l Q 3 8 C. -71 h ,.'3 e h Rupke ff t .:. ? Srodes 'Y 'A . 'Y r x , ' ,, . M452 'ng' t ex- v... Stein Swartzlander ,rg h h l 'IQ Weber -n 33? .f ' X welter e M . h , ' ' " A. J I K f 4 D. Wetjen K - P lll L. wiuison "H A ,Q D. zeuer h i ,V - Q' .. ,, B. Spanfellner, President ', .3 .g ,,'9 png , 3 A Ted Smith, Secretary B. Goetz, Vice-President ,-.. 5 A 1 Ken Schlea, Treasurer 5 In 31 3 L.. Q. jx A 1 -11 Q 1 wr. . I s I . .g 83 ix 5 8 1:2 rex.: i, "9 4 A I .' . Q'- ' 1 j r rr 'W-K :X J. 2 re A G it 5,-, 'JL ' 1 V K 'jx'-. A sl? 'fc - - '- Qff ! 1'- -fn ,fo-env A .-,--J',:n- .. . , ...wx my .1 f 1.3 . . f .i Q Q Wg. g- V""x"" " .ll .le . 5 'gr . Y . . fx. S l I vie.. ab' f' A "ff 1 fa s 1457- we s ,V , - ' if . -- r fig A is ea, - swf f S 5 at fv ,wi L: k k my B LL M54-xg -. N555 .jigf ities. sf' . , .45 ,, M- fi '- ..i W . Agnew Aldrich Arnold Ameling Bender Boots Bork Brown Brown Brown Butler Claypool Damshroeder Davis Do 11 Duquette Feighner Flaiff Frey Goff Garza Grove Grove Hemminger Hoffman Ickes lmmel f mf SOPHOMORE CLASS Absent when picture was taken: K, Schlea -. v. ,ff Y P. Jenson A A W A. Kurzli "- f y" P " V. Laney 'rr X '1 ' Y S. Leimgruber if A v. Masrum if -M M ' ".s fy, E. McCullough -Q 7 4 Q 1 I -X . T' - 'pd -.- ' C. Myers h A s. mn , 'f rw . Fi W 'F A L. Pierce 113 f l C. Reineck M. Rodriquez 7- AT -T' 1 9 N D. Sabo .se .fi A, :L ,rr "" Nl.. K 'l 1, A M. Schuett A, Shammo 34 3 Q Q .'-5 I. Shanefelt 2. . .:','f r ' D. Sloan , Q ,X 1., smim " 1 Pfjx ' P. swmz r K-5. s A A, . Q XX " . r C. Tille Q A ll. Tornow ' 'D px Q i ' r A P3 A e'AA A 'P 2 r L. Wells A. Wheller 21 iff' ,.f , . ee 9 3 LV- K It 9 'QR nf? 2 K . " ."f 4-. 7 'BJ ..u I 1 4 X 4 xffi ' ,. - 'Q -X lvl 2 4 3 'V -3. KT-L , t ' ll "fl '. .. . F .ua Fu ,ar r f -af . L 1 'x , ' 9 VHA 1 Q my 'fix' Y' Q Q ,. 3 '41 4' if I in M. V Ill N ... , 9 if fs l ' aj: Y.. 1-.J-" w 5 . S Schlea President M. Adk ' ' P ' D Ahklns M. Foos, Vice-President "'."' 'P "- , 47 S Ci Baker l':Ez2rsany,SSec. an: fI'reas. Q , . mer, gt. -at- rms .Q , N521 S. Balsizer B. Bauer F R E S H A N C L A S S J. Bauer P. Beeker M, Miller 1 w. Belcher T. T. Miner 1- ' 'S 'i 1. Bell T. Morelock W 4 rrr. 9 ' 5 S N B. Blllow Linda Moll ' J. Black V. Moon 'P gx 9, 'Q' D. Bliss V. Nieset ' Q'JYgi ' H N' M 1.3 B. Burkett D N A. Borton ' oss h ., .QQ H. Cam D' Onh P ' av 5 J Palmer -AQ 9 ey ,F B. Clark ' ' in , B.. A N A :Ah 'if' X I " x ei - Q.. ' W D. Cl l A , aypoo L. Paul ,f z J, DOWH 4 -V H 4 V cf' L Eu. M. Paul , if 3 - Q' ' is M Pas h J x if L, Foreman C r N - gL W :Lgought C. Reincek Q , If P' Hrsgger D. Richards 8 X " "' , fa A ' R. Rod' 'LEP' .- 2 Q X J. l-lenline nquez 2 xx is X 5 B. Holcomb B R +6 ' S. House ' me 3, 6 , - - 6' V-3 D Hoy C. Sabo I Ax ,, 9 I- Hoffman H Shun f 'wb ' . l ff We A S, I-lumberger R Sh H M 6 R. Humphrey Suih I ' 9 . Q V, 1, A QB B. Johnson D' Smg 1 be ,fi X ' -3 . vigrfilkl iw-sgugg .5 1 ' 'TQ' ss f"' V W R. Kimmet ' ou er I f .is . Z A .M- B 1, 1 ...-. 4 I I. Klotz J St - ' 1 - B V AA.: Kraft , CVCDS , 4 Q Ig, Q F W5 . Krumnow T' Tme E bl l 4 X. ' Lamb C. Vallance ,j or X . A .1 L B 'x'. .girl . Q- B K Longanbach B Vickery -4 X . I MCKIIIHCY . Q, e l ' ' W Xl M McCollum X 3' R I . 0 . r A. r .gi 3 fn B f ng Q J. Q.. 'Q L .. Q 3... ff K A G - 191 M- . a . lkff' N ' ' M' Q j , C. McCullough President U V Q P 1-1. Bradshaw L- Hoy " h X ' 134: , . ni Z ,Q .h V. President J, Ickes ' AJ 5: Q at ., an ' H u , ' P. JOIIBS B- Ickes --- , K . ,' , . , .. V 'wg Q r , v LQ' '- ., . . L 1 D Secretary Q- 1-by X. -QI .J F. House ,gxk v V f Sgt. -at-Arms F Copley B. Johnson E Kirsch S 'Q' ai P. Kirsch ' ,.4. '-El if 4 in 'A 'U X ' c L. Aldrich J. Klotz I AA ' N. P 8 . -1 9, J. Baker J. Kroeger Q it K 3 L7 -, V 5 J. Baker AbSer1I when L. Krumnow QP 4-5 ' ' -, m ' Y d picture was nz! ,wr X ... 'Q ' . " x taken: C. ' X ' A Hoff, R. A I I. Belcher Goehring. wi D Lamb V QQ 2 . fi 4- - W. Bork Bahnsen' K. R. La Salvia A M ... ... lj? LLL 5 R. Borton Gadjalski J. Leggitt ' JL. Q1 1 X.- j i X Q 1-A .1 R :V v ,I w I v K-X ' 0 4 .Vw C. Brinkmeier C. Love ,- , ,,, , . E. Burns J. Mathna A ,R 2 J Z ,Q , L. Carper E. Markin x1,,f' "1 'eh A'L " 125 A P Clark R. McCollum 'e .N R' I K. Minick ,. A - : L M m V1.2 5- I , 5, -31 . C aypool S Moyer -num . ,. . Q 5- .4-lx ' D. cunk ' , ... L' P L- Q.-,E V - P P. Pierce an , 2 -P' ,ir f - nr ai fa .1 L f ff v f . .L . a 1 'JQQYSY ' N Davis J. Pressler V if eu .. 1- ':'..': y J. Dickenson D' 'PPP k 5 f"' 75- 4 'J z J-L 9 ' , fs' D. Diels B' Remec "" 477' '-Ei I NY' M. HO Tr , 1 ' I . ,km fm ' I ' v M, Emerson D- Rodd 2. , za Sn .',, ... R. Eversole J' Reno t -: ,. I 11, v '3 . cy 3. ogg L, Fehlhaber A- Ruggeno or -214 . 4 ,, ' 49- ."" .1 I L- Sam .- 9 X-f. f K 4.5. 'ff ikkx A '-'ffb - D. s 11 d ' ki 8 M, Foreman M Sihzdi: fn x,'W " - v 1 r- J "A "' ov, L, FOX ' ,, ,, ,, 3 -' 35' " 4- 'L' K hw K. . D Freeborn M. Sherrarcl ' H H M , .. f' Y. Y " on ' D. shimp we -J XT f ' we X x . ' .xiii A .-..+f2iL. Q L -" I -fx V. Snieder 4 Q 2. , w' Gam E. Snyder jx . '. 1-3 ei A "V" ' K- E. Goucher T Specht Q f.,,.g0!- y Q "' QI. . , 215' 'T M. Hal'Pel A' Taulker . iff: fffmif- P who i ' ' ' u Q., ,,. ,. V ' v ' P H t L. Villereal " 5 - . ar ' A, Helle ' ' ' W "X M ' Yr' I' wolf M ' V l ' 'Q 'jr' . P .,.:.:.g : ' -. -'PV' I' ji .Is if 4'1. as '-Sig, I , . L97 ,Lg W s I n 'E I d D, Younker, President J, Srodes, Vice-President C. Kirsch, Sec,-Treas. J, Damschroder, Sgt.-at-Arms SEVENTH GRADE J, Aldrich 9 - Absent when picture was taken: B. A -:- Ickes, L. Bahnsen, D. McAtee, Reyna, and R. Reyna. N 'I1.i?+"' ef '15 .-M' 1 . KE ve .2 '-E? X' . .. Q 9 .. 1 Lf 1 7,3 J 'E 5-' xl Z: Q Q1 if , v Q Cx e Q " g kv-9 V , : --fbi :ESB R lf. A 11W -an ,- "' I 1' A ' . V . r in T' -gil, ' E. " U n .. . A , 4. 4 vp.. , 1 , 13 ' H, -f..'r 1. . . Ol ' A Q ra 1 3 U y Alexander Angelone Apodaca Avalos Baker Balsizer Beeker Bell Billow Boggess Boots Bringe Brown Buck Cadaret Clark Cunningham Damschroder Davis Diab Feighner Flores Foos Friar Gad j alski Gnepper Goucher Grove L K' '- - . K. QQ Q '4 A 'I 1 J. I . f 24 R. Hammer E. Hammer M. Henry M. Kaemming I. Kayden B. Kirsch S. Krotzer C. LaFountaine J, Lechman L. Leemaster M. Leggitt C. Linkey R. Loertscher G. Markin C. Miller J. Neeb S. Noss M. Ottney T. Paul S. Quaintance N. Rabiteau L, Reimer D. Rearicli J, Reineck C. Reyome K. Rodgers N. Rodriquez R. Ruggiero S, Saam C, seip1e M, Spanfellner R. Stanfield J. Swartzlander T. Tille D. Todd R. Underwood H. Van Ness H. Villarreal I. Watts J, Weber M, Wichman A, Williams B. Williams R, Williamson ,Z-gb , V3 S-' .9 -1. A A K 'iv X 7 'P' X 1 . v En? 4, m. g V- ' 1. e0.QS- ,, I Qi" ' f V QL! 4 , Q f 5. 'R 1.. 4 A 1 i - gang 'A A .. ""'pl Q". LQ, A 1 ' 'R fu " I ' Q If ' 7 R. . i. xi.. , . 'E-0 0. .:. .1 ,lla .a. 1 cg, A gig -L, 1: lr X v ' r. 'P v. Q 4'- L 4.55 cw v f V A W1 . A 1 I. ef.. ' A F v' l""E' -EA..-Ey af- . LTL? ' , ' E L . ,f 415 -. vb e 1 -. an ffl 1.5 -1- , '27 4 " , F l-P5 -5: . 4:9 C 1 1 i 495.2 Q. -'S .nf A Q f' .iaefm X I 2 .- Q A ' J' 8.5 I 'IM . S- QQ, ' A -er I rg.. . 1 4 W K r 5' A. ' , . 5 - , 4 . ' Q, 5 -v AQ. , N ,I H95 .3 I K .8 nj:-. 5 :Wil 'Sl X -PY, iv' . Wx, gy Q ' il ,rn SIXTH GRADE Absent when pictures were taken: Garcia, A. Renya, C, McArtee. -w f, -' '- CB' 19' ' . fl-'Lx is T1 - fn- jgg if 'M .Y , , ', , 4 ha- 1' f -X f .3 J---i 'QR' fl! 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R in 4 aka'-f,L.'L ll: VJ: ' "' ,fig . f-as -rw ' Q oe ly ' , f R. Balsizer N. Bateson E. Bauer M, Beeker D. Bell R. Burkett D. Busdeker 1. Castillo O. Castillo I. Clark B. Crispen P. Crispen D. Davis M. Davis A. Diels T. Edwards S. Ellis L. Emerson M. Eversole R, Flahiff J. Foos J. Foos J. Fork M. Fought S. Fox R. Gam J, Garza R. Gnepper W. Groweg S. Haubert S. Haubert I. Ickes G. Kehn L, Kerr L. Kimmet D. Krotzer M. Kruez S. Lechman L. Linkey R. Liskai J. Loertscher I, Magrum L. McCollum D. McCoy Mendoza Mendoza Mintz Mintz Moon Moyer Myers Nehls Nieset Ollervides Oberhommert Rahe Reineck Re yes Richter Roduquez Roduquez Roduquez Rose Saam Soldivar Schlea Smith Stevens Thorpe Walker Wetjen Williams Underhill Young Young Younker HFTH GRADE Absent when picture was taken: J. Hilt and M. Salinas. .,. '93 "' - ' ,.. 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I 'S' ' Li? , ..lx,' in Alamanza Aldrich Anderson Angelone Arnold Atkins Bair Bell Blair Bower Brubaker Darr Diab Ellis Eversole Freebom Friar Fruth Gam Goucher Grove Hemminger Henry Hoy Hoy lc kes Kaemming Keppler Kimrnet Kline Lawrence Morelock Murray Newcomer N ieset Palomo Paul Pressler Price Promenschenkel Quaintance Reichert Reino Scott Shreffler Shull Smith Soldivar 'Spitnale Su-mfield SIBVCIIS . Stump Surer Swartzlander Unger Vallance Van Ness Villarreal widmer Younker Zom D. Z8 '-2 6 . 'X D " in ml Q, A F-'I lcv-G L M- fs-I - ' , . ":" . 'i- - 7 .. fi :T 1 r IA Aho.: , rw -ag., -fu-"2 asa- "':Q":'. ff-' Q A N7 : ' U 3 "fi - - 'ff' u v, ,,, B., x ' ' 1? x"" 'f 1 ' I - W7 JS'-2 EP, F 5 4 A "s I. 4 ." li 1.-f' 77, I Q- -" 'NN 'QWKQQ N 5' "' if A ,gifs 3 Q" A ,,, --B 54:3 , ff B- 31' ZS' , 3- B 'e' ' -'... 2 r A' ' +8 ' ' " ":l':i",v " :L 'x SQ M Sh - s A bl ,Q 'Z' 5 '."f"n ..--- -F., 9 ,- - ' 9 A 7 , v'-a .., , "' 43 "' . QQ , -L bla -:H P J L Q S . - 'U' ,.. ,,, 4. 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A ' . - " A W. Brock P. Miller 4 V A A VV SV ,V G. Carr L. Morelock V VL :L ' ' ' " " 4, ' L. Castillo R. Myers ' ', 'L rx " "Mm -' V' "VV"' 5 ' V.: J NY' 'T '-' M. Celestine R. M ers 'fr .'. 'T' -. A, 1 I Q", ur. Y ,VV N' 1' 4 - Qi . 'X ,N- ff " .J "' L 4 W I 5 lr, E ' - f ' ,,, ., .. ,, ,L f -g - A N ' H M C. Cicanese S. Phillips L ' 3 4- 4. 'Q V Vg , b 5 R. Conklin M. Posey M A V VQ- -Q' ' .5 ii' ". , x 'n " Q., ' ' :ia X 4, M. Cornett J. Reineck 'T -6 ' 4, b .. V. IS 'if . " V PV R - ba ' V""' 1 tba, VVlqS,Vk nkiww iq , 5 R Depner emo Q ,V ' -ia!91w4'.- 5 q ' B 4 - '- M M M V Q G. Diab G. Richard jim aa .. V Y 1-' ,, .I -a a. t VQ Vs V ,, .L V J. DiFonso J. Richter - n A A Vga 659 4 6 JL- 1' QV, 1. P. Dudley R. Risenburg QV V, a A V L15 R P , . f - dial I. Durdule E. Rodriquez . 1 .X S I, re, 4' " . . L. A A M Q " J. Fairbanks J. Samson 'VV ., , Q 4 ,V L, Fought S. Schoendorf V W K V V M ,A Q A , .g,-, H ...Ig ' L. Garza S. Sebring 1 L3 "V lr, ' QQ - ow G. Gerwin T. Shimp - ,"i". 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MJ? x - 31 Pls Q, 1 1 ' l i' Ca "-E4-U ff' - V Q j N ' . -W :Lif- 1417+ -Q 6. iv: Lv, 9 9 , TQ' 'ref .--8.5 " tgirl A iii? eg rggl ' V aff: lf 1,4 Z., f,'---.ig 3 177 A ff P 1 - ., 4 E341 63 ' LL rp x Q. l'9,A . dit S ax, 4 -. .-, 1 ,au .- f U7 -r W " r5giL Aldrich Angelone Ba ker Balsizer Bauer Behm Belcher Blair Bocanegra Boots Bork Burkett Buck Busch C lark Clark Cole Cunningham Damschroder Damschroder Damschroder Dow n Ennenga Emsthausen Ferrenberg Fork Fry Garcia Garza Garza Hart Hart l-laubert Helle Hoffman Ingwer Johnson Kaseman Kayden Kerrigan Kruse Lawrence Lee Leimeister Lerma Lerma Lieske Linkey Longoria Magsig Mendoza Moll Myers Neeb Nehls Ohm Paloma Parlette Paul Phillips Rearick Reinbolt Reineck Reino Rodriquez Rodriquez Rodriquez Ruggiero Ruggiero Saarn Salazar Salazar Samson Samson Scott Seiple Shoemaker . Soldivar Stevens Swartzlander Van Alst Villarreal Young walker Walsh Weber Whetsel W idmer Williams Williamson . in r ,, ' fs I ,-'L y X ,,, -4 fa--H me 1,--Q 4- l? 'L4' ' X C y ' ' ' ' ' wwf 'NX Ulnqx H m C A v,-U Dip' ,1"'u" i, 4- 4' -."' "' ,' ','f is xl 5'-"Q Q59 CT' 4,55 E S - Fx Am", LAS' KAN!! 6 a ' lx . rl 1 Q' ' sur "ff ff n - 'fn-2 ' wlifxf akin- - 1 lr ' lrh X w'f?7. f s.- rv' - .. :Xa ,ig 6- ,v Lo gl 'y fi.. Ev, ' '-pl iff s 5 tif- v' '5 S x -'U 5' s' l9 S- ,I EV ' ' ' Q- -,a M 'U' gig 5 V Ni: ' - kv b.S"74i, 1177 .,1,,9 is-f xg' 'f . r 'f ,Q '41 4 at 3 Jvawh f ar "' " as " r-l r , 5 S , F X6 AIAA "rt I' fl X lies- r e W ' I-Z2 rf G, .1 'Eff' r axi- ss?-1494 A "5 "",,'ff '-9 'SP -I 5- " " "' Q' Q-mmf i rj 5? S 6 if L. 1 Q55 , ga M d" ' ' tl Y, 7 'V -in L' C , ,- M I !:,. U K ,. ,w'?'1l 1 S rf' ,FQQ .x. tl :.' E 'A Y an ,bf - 2 ,Qi F C-1' '-E Q of- .tn 'I-' -f .. 4.119 i Q t i ,-Q, wr f . Q QW I Q' :XF -J mm: .4 ,. ,. ., X . Q-J. YZ 'T ,. 'lfg . PAQ, .S ' P imkiln 'lim Fix nk' . , L Ct D WT.. f no S, 1' -. H ill Q N T CQ.: 'C L'-ji, ,A Trhllzafl N""'fw'K' P' Jka 'UN glfgi '- 'fifty Q31 A ig Ni' C .9 - 7 5 1 zl n 4 , . 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Aldrich Aldrich Balsizer Balsizer Blair Bliss Bocanegra Bork Bow lus Bronson Brubaker Burns Busdeker Clark Darr Diekman Driftmyer Fairbanks Fork Fork Gadjalski Garcia Garn Garza Garza Haubert Heminger Heminger Herr Hetrick Hickman Hoddinott Hoffman Hohlfelder Hoy Ickes Jividen Kaemming Kaseman Keiser Kerrigan Kirsch Kline Krotzer Krotzer Krotzer Krotzer Langermah Leow Lerma Liskai Longoria Magrum Mauch Mintz Mirando Morelock Neeb Oprie Orth FIRSTGRADE L. Popp D, Potts V, Pressler P, Reineck J, Reino L, Reyes J, Richter J, Ritchey D, Rodriquez L, Rodriquez K, Ruggiero D, Saam J, Salazar B, Samson W, Schmidt T, Schoendorf A, Sears L. Shanchez M, Sheffer R. Smith J, Soto R, Suter J, Thorp S, Tijerina B, Turco M, Underwood J, Villareal E. Welling D, Williams D. Zorn D, Paul ., -r ...f, 4- M, Paul 1.53 ' 4 I Q - lf. ' ' f 5,14 It ! '7 m "4 ,1 in-" ,I 3 'Q 43,5 fig L " A 1 mig- .Q i- A I A IT ,Q 2 aww. f Qi, f l i L-i.g.."' B 5 9 I .. . f'.'L",, Q?- . N . 'fi 3 I. A I I' If " if ...wi w ...nu u " 1?-na '..' J .,, K ' 131 ' - . - R+-'A . . ' . 4, , J 0 Q- 'C' ' i fi ' I ' x 1, 5 5- ry'--M H, Q 'r 4T,. ig! " . ' .1 .- .bgv 9. JN, X I if is ' A1 1 ' i ' '-i s Ii G- . 4.3 f-. A B J" I w P' r- f B' ' 1' 0 ifuvk .4 V .. V"'L W Q! gr S4 R W CAFETERIA COOKS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. John Butler, Mrs, Ernest Miller, Mrs. Ray Leemaster, HIGH SCHOOL CUSTODIANS Bob Duquette and George Unger YN .1415 59' g sf - 'il-arf GRADE SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 4 Alfred Bradshaw BUS DRIVERS Amos Taulker Harold Bauer Don Shammo Bob Duquette George Unger Alfred Bradshaw 6 f qv HELENA SECRETARIES Chuck H01C0mb Geraldine Permer and Mrs, Ray Schuett ROLLERSVILLE Harold Vincent 32 Q iw Q 4 Q., 'O fav ,, 0 ffl 4.0'+ T ON . Q . Z ' V , ,if 1- . . 1- . V ' k 'wx 'W k 4 Q , 'NF' . .. ' .mi ,A x M W, ' .4 X . . K k f. -'-W.,-gi: I K"1'fM-f HX 'Z wp . ,yu X "fm.,,. .. , . . M .EQ , " V. 1.. .., x . 1 V... . . 'M . vt ,ki jr g V f K .-xx A Ak W . V I . 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" , ,',,,-n v Mfr 4- 'fi 4. li., GIBSONBURG HIGH SENIOR BAND MEMBERS X 3 4 SCHOOLBAND CONCERTCHOIR 3 5 Q. 4 Aw Q. fs Q' Q. v Q -Kew' ,- -v. Q 'JW- ww S t 'W' 2. Q 5 f 1' . .F.A. SWIMMINGCLUB il-vi 9 W HIGH MAGAZI ma NE sxxumw SALESMAN LIME LITE STAFF 'N BIOLOGYCLUB ., A CHESSCLUB MIXED CHORUS A , 5 E., + EQEfwCFS: -v' 1 if -. , z E Q n ,,E +0101 1 " 'A E S N, G V K , ' Yi Q Sf '- SLAVE SESSIONS v -Wh Qi-A ffv 1 LIBRARY STAFF CAFETERIA AIDS OFFICE STAFF O JUNIORCHORUS F56 Ill? E .4341- 'l"'b PRINCE OF PEACE f5f""n ' .J 42 ACTIVITIES ff S? , If f . I I RN I' I I xl? I M 51? 7 I 5' Y SENIOR CLASS PLAY IV. lik V35 A 1.-f' - '14 1 ei, x 5 K , JT.. ear. -. - e if-v pf -'-W' it mr, W' -E --3 7' if S i P' va: S' -A ' ESQ- . it --- lag 1 --- X ' Y- . :gf en- gahu' ' 'Ml --lin?"-' ,251 ,-259' ' - U YM an it ev.. A -sf -T--. --V --,. V ' A Q.H.sf-'l- l NRLICR P, I ff-+1 il c -" f .F it +15 -1-ik -A N V mv Am' HOME SWEET Marian Carstairs Archie , , , April . Dinah , , , Polly Walker , Wallie Sanford , Mrs, Cherington Mr, Cherington Rupert Van Deusen Frankie Riley , Bill Smith . . Sergeant 0'Hare Pete .... Joella . , Flashlight , Slukey . Wendy , Mag . Joe . Betsy . . HOMICIDE , Donna Kirsch . . Jim Agnew . Pat Vallance . Janet Sheffler Sandra Krotzer . , Carl Unger Sandra Sebring . Robert Kirsch . Bill Wiegman , Phil Mathna . Tony LaSa1iva . Jim Spitnale , Mel Moore . Nancy Davis . . Jim Long , . Larry Karr Phyllis Dolweck . Fran Daiber , Paul Hammer . . Joan Ellis - JUNIOR CLASS PLAY HILLBILLY WEDDIN' Obeey Ups chlage 1' ..... Paw Belsnickle Maw Belsnickle Six .... Five .... Four . . Ceelie . Juney Lou . . Bonnie May . . Chiz Upschlager Mrs. Maxwell . Ronald Maxwell Cousin Zeke . The Reverand . Other I-lillbillys Director. . . . Larry Lechman . . . Bob Myers . . Linda Diels . Helen Dickenson . . Sylvia Carper .Linda Long . . Sue Welter . . Gay Braden Dorothy Marshall David Deerwester . Linda Willison . Wesley Emch . Melvin Rose .George Miller , Jim Burkett John Graver . . . . Mr. Christy Holland WN XY: BY '55 Z-5 9 53. 35' Wk WS SKXXXBK X9 YYQXXX S GRADUATION Valedictorian Robert Kirsch was presented a trophy by Harry Potts, President of the Board of Education. DANCES AND HAPPENINGS AROUND SCHOOI. n Q! 'am ,Q l, . . ,O , h O O ff v - Q I LORENE WIDMER NX" it A fx L X. , X I HOMECOMING QUEEN Lorene Widmer, petite, Gibsonburg High student was the Senior girl selected as 1954 Homecoming Queen. Queen Lorene reigned over activities of Homecoming Game and dance. She gaily greeted the crowd from her perch on a convertible during the Homecoming Paradeg and was crowned by Melvin Moore, captain of the Homecoming Game. 51 HOMECOMING GAME n ' .fs SPORTS N X fs - f Keep l x M 8.8 C 'M' X X .ll -.. fmampvonshfpf Qairdswww - 1, 6 I , -,, K.,., V . . ,wg A. A . ' - g .gk-2,-Q' k f J A" ' LW 5 'A' M-rl il ,ww '1 .ggi T A. ' L 5, ' A ' "1 f' L-if 'ffwiiil ffylrrf NPV- f-Qi. ' lf? 13 . -K - A -B 3 - . ,, .QA '- -1 , ,.5.2:NX if , ,mQ,L?.Aw: , , U. , , Y 3 'f -J Q' - f' ,salgf ar .,.r'A"' 'A . - V L ,,.33.1x.'1,k ' ' 2"-,L ' . ' . gif- '- N' : --.Q '1k+g,.-' '3.,-A -, 5' 1- .- -Y .- f"e- '. Q -gwf .K gf. W .v 'jFf"4" ,, . ' x -' .a .. 1 'ia ' H N'w'c'.aaK-a...ai'- Y' 'V .-'- lsnuwn ln parrnlneserv are snr urns lar: votes. the pull points an A yu-ll-rl-ctr. basis, and the won-lost recnrds of the lop mn THAN! P ll-Pl u 5. W L 'Massillon W.. ,.. V321 lofi 9 I Alllanvc , ,..., , 151 293 9 i Canton Mrlilnley luv 28-:lg al 2 MANSFIELU fl: 2431-as Y' l Cilzv. Cath. lnlivl KZ! IX!! HI I Youngsvn Hagen 13l H? I4 '0 lmucaster .. VIP Hill 8 0 Jackson Isl, :sr sm 9 0 S?rlngl'leld ,,., 101 ill! 8 2 Cn. Elder Cxy. wil 85 D 0 -L lxl--One to Ylay, N ' . OTHERS: We lslon L35 72. Columbus K '--5 East 57. Niles gli 514. Coal Grove 34, N. Steuhenvgle Central 32. Leetonia. 27, SANDUS Y 20. TOLEDQ DEVILBXSS IU '34, Newark 24. Bellllrl ll! 23, Warren Harding '21, Lakewood 16, Mentor I3. Daytun Silvers 13. Clneln- natl Hughes 12. Clnclnnall Purcell 12, Portsmnmh ll, COLDWATER ll. Hamilton Catholic 10, Urbana 9. 'TOLEDO W-MTE 9. McArthur 9, SYLVANIA BURNHAM 9, Canton Lth- man 9, New Phlladelrhla 9, Mangalore' 9. Greenville 9. llnrr son 8, Akron St. Vllwent 8, MARXON FRANKLIN 7. Worthington 7. GIBSONBURG 7. Cin- ton Tlmken 7. Barbarian 7 Jackson lSmrkJ T, Zanesville Z, Chillicothe 8. Girard 6. VAN VVERT 8. FREMONT ROSS 6, Dover 5. Akron Central 5, Hamilton Publlc 5, Clnclmluli Wlthrnw 4, Cambridge 4, Hsu-tvllle 5. Akron Garfield 4. ly Village 4. Shadyside 3, TOLEDO MACOMBER, 3. Cgshoctou 3, West Milton 3. Springfield .atholte 2, Columbus North 2. Xenia Central B, Greenhllla 1. Marietta. 1. Youngstown Ursuline 1. Waverly 1. Lorain St. +55 E Z VARSITY ,,.,..1 . ,Jr l FOOTBALL W 1 .X 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' 4' I E A' I fx 1' vs? 6 xf I 489 X5 Herbert Redding 0 1' 506g 5,5 Football Coach xf' ' VV 96 N cb Assistant Basketball ff ,fl 9509 0 x x Coach OK' Q '-To o 'I' 'B 9 . O O Ne' x6 x Q .QGX eg xp- Q 42,0 xo, QP 6,0 0 ,oct SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE 4,4 O 090 QQ' FINAL STANDINGS xbfq 60126 be, X9 won lost points 'L Q9 Cyl 500 ,fx Gibsonburg 7 o 14 5 Q 64- QW st. Marys 6 1 11 Kb, sv st. Joe 4 3 5 59+ Elmore 3 4 Z so Oak Harbor 3 4 2 Genoa 2 4 0 Clyde 2 4 o Lakeside 0 7 -7 Blxrylt J, Canton Lincoln l. 51 111' .N . ,-.., Y., 1 , ,K -, f 31 v . .iw x NT - q'-f- 1. . a..,..r Tony LaSa1via Co - Captain Left Halfback Fran Daiber Jo Ellis Janet Shreffler Rich Kirs ch Co-Captain A11 Conference Offensive Left Tackle f 'f ' K s I' ,,y,f, , 1 3 2 - L. av-Q ,.f',:t E 1' r,row".,i.,aA.f C .sr ,if A 791 J,,H... in Hqiw, 93 .5 'N Y fo s v 'C Jim Agnew Mel Moore Most Valuable Co-Captain A11 Conference All Conference Offensive Fullback Offensive End :Q fn. I A , -' My ' 1? v,,.f 1' x Q' wfitk' 'ef 1 Vw , 1 M v . 3. X Curt Bowser Co-Captain All Conference Defensive Safety Jim Spitnale Jack Minich Offensive Guard Defensive End Nkibesz g ax an In ' . c 1 ' - - "--511,31 gi A ,A:wf.,m -" O .,,,-gfs.f,,,f- ' A 'G . .,L:f,f',-i r aft i f if C for M P' ' Jgij ., it , A Q 'C'-wh N fLf"f -,La my ' A A ' t,,q,g:e sq-My , P -h , e 5 r n fy-atm K 2 if f feng ' Sure, 'Q ' ,fr A Y., C, C ,W 5. V, .sy Q, K J' N -u . 1 H '- 5 M: Af. wwf' .- wx dn 5K Pl'-J , , c, Q. ' -, , ' L b O 4. , -1 -- S 5 , Q s- wr ,X 5 sag 3, fe: gf! 3.5 - K x K , L! , f 6 I Q ,, 3 3 is s JE, r ff' ll' 'T 3, .Est ' 4 ,..f-f'fw , ' 5 i L X .5 W ,z l,- S f 4: lv. 1 it du' 1 In RESERVE SCHEDULE Home Opponent Visitor St. Mary's Clyde Elmore Oak Harbor Clyde St. Joe EIGHTH GRADE SCHEDULE Opponent Genoa Ge noa Ross St. Ann 's JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM P Jones D, Freeborn, J. Baker. J. Reno. J. Kirsch, H. Bradshaw, F. Copley, L. Fehlhaber, L. Aldrich D. Schade, D, Rodd, J. Baker, D, Lamb, E. Snyder, L. Hoy, M. Harpel, P. Hart, D. Die S I Mathna, J. Wolf, E, Burns, F. House, T. Specht, A, Ruggiero, W, Bork, S, Moyer. YU I T11 I B. Vickery, B. Bell, B, Shull, W, Elmer, T. Tillie, L. Forman. J. Henline, J. Watts, R. Humphrey, C. Paul, D. Souder. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM GEORGE H. STING Athletic Director A Q-l Suv' 4 "':.'7 ROBERT KRUTZER Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach VARSITY BASKETBALL J. Minich, B. Henline, M. Moore. J. Agnew, I. Damschroder, R. Copley, C. Bowser, R. Kirsch J. Tillonson, Managerp B. Myers, J. Shrodes, B. Krotzer, Coach: J. Long, B. Stein. 5 8 ' Bob Stein Rich Kirsch Junior Senior Gllard Guard Mel Moore Jim Agnew Senior Senior Co -Captain Center Forward Most Valuable Player Jim Dams chroder Jack Srodes Junior Junior Guard Forward Bob Myers Junior Guard Jack Minick Bill Henline Senior Junior Forward Forward Roy Copley Jim Long Jl1I'1i0I' Senior Center Guard 59 Cyrt Bows er Senior Co-Captain Guard D .. vw-W v A -'f.' .- W. 1 A-v-gl", -..- Y V+,-A rr Q -....lf... W f"l'ln.:k' X V PII, kk 'wx RESERVE BASKETBALL TRACK ,- ri 'gf-.f,-,ggi A ' -,fy . 'I l -- P ' as W 1 ,M A id ,. I R , lwfrf 'Y rf' BL- U, A A A Q : L i' ' 1 E. .,. ti--y0i"i ,Q .I . . xl lv' ...W 1 1--f 1' . , :1'f"2Y ' -1 l' !'. 5. .Q ' ,f j gi E fff- ABL A 'J 'ffm' A"""f'b ff 'LQ' .viii I 4 I- 7,5 .- ' ' , I A Q - E- ' if, LI? x -- ,f ' H 5451425 , 43' I 'mmf Q . I A . , E - -1. gf- 3 f 4 , 1 LA Q, , . 'E Q '7R'fM S -..,, ,f . A .. , , 1 '. M' "'N'p- A PA, 1, ,,,, SY, Z g, V' . , X A 1 ',,f fAAL . ', A n AAfl 1 A Regex 61 dm? mei' Red YW 0. Exigexu B. S160 Yotewam Sxaqeos' B sew bo. scum' xi' . guna' MQW' X vw ooacxx' FRESHMEN JUNIOR HI D. Rodd, D. Lamb, F, House, A. Ruggiero, P. Jones, F. Aldrich, L. Fehl- haber, F. Copley, J. Kirsch, J. Baker, I. Reno, J. Leachman, G. Sting, Coach: M. Harpel, R. Rearick, C. Cummings, L. Leemaster, J. Kayden, J. Damschroder, D. Younker, R, Angelone, W, Buck, J. Foos, E. Bums, T. Specht, L. Hoy, G. Markin, N. Rabiteau, R. Ruggiero, J. Aldrich, P. Han, W. Bork. ADVERTISEMENTS f E Y ' "'Twas the E ' -. Q 1 js lg li E ' f GIRSO Bllllli CANNING CIIMPA V sonburg Canning Company "Canners of Quality Tomato Products" Gibsonburg, Ohio Telephone 2751 Ws tl -.- , w 4"glllr.,b.r:. F woirs a. CALLIHAN V-TT-, -1.1- GRAIN ELEVATOR Coal Home of W 8: C Super - Mix Feeds Helena, Ohio Don't Buy Less Buy The Best At B 8a W ELECTRIC BHUW FARM HIIIIPNIE I Farmall Tractors McCormick Farm Equipment Refrigerators Home Freezers Woman's Friend Washers Sales 81 Service PTIOHC 3113 Gibsonburg, Ohio IHE BURDUN lUMBlR CHMPANY Complete Building Service 12 Convenient Yards in Northwestern Ohio T, ,. F --rf' Y---'AH '- I J' "Buy Rite at Red 8: White" KIRWEN'S REU 8 WHIIE SUPER MARKEI CARl H. FAIST JEWELER Gibsonburg, Ohio W f-Yw HH Illllllf CUMPANY Cl?.,5k,,jgjL2ID Compliments of KELLY ISLAND COMPANY . .5 95, L A of - 1 Af vw--r 'ii' llllll f ui ll!lll '75 L E . RENO MOTOR SALES Helena, O hio I an if :fi REINO CEEANERS AND L E 'E ' EAUNURY SERVICE "If your clothes are not becoming It 4 to youg they should be coming to us" Phone 2604 Gibsonburg, Ohio JOHNSON'S 112 West Madison St. Lunches-Dinners-Fountain Se rv1ce IIIEAE BAKERY Ideal Baked Goods From an Ideal Bakery Gibsonburg, Ohio ZORN HORNUNG'S Quality Me rchand S 1867 th ly ONE STOP SHOP t Compliments of HIHRMYHFS MINS' CHIIHING Men's and yourig rnen's q lty 1th SMlTH'S MARKET DON. SMITH, Proprietor Home Dressed Meats Groceries -- Notions Frozen Foods 'k Standard Oil Products Self Service ir Phone MO 5-2302 HESSVILLE : : OHIO 113155. ff +I 1 ir? " ' 3 5 1: , 1 .e I ' 4 7 1 1 BEAUTY ni 7 SALON i hm31,,,,.,...,,f,,-Q..-Qvll'- ' West Madison St. BEN FRANKLIN STORE Gibsonburg, Ohio The Best in Quality and Price 1 I 5- .iv , ,fb .-3,4 7'H H 5 nAus's SHOE s'rolus GIBSONBURG DRY CLEANING CO. 111 S. Main St. Gibsonburg, Ohio ' I A "Mb A -- Q4 ' fi .- A ,, QT WEEE CGI GIBSONBURG FARMER'S ELEVATOR CO. GRAIN - COAL - SEEDS - FLOUR - FEEDS - FENCE HARDWARE AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES GIBSONBURG, or-rio . . ,,. 1 ' , v . , '44 1 ' - . ', , , V, , W, Y """"' ' ' I-r-qg' ,- - ,,.g. - A. ,. 'I ,.,, ,, ,' A " . " . ' , ,,:".' . , 1. I - 31" Y . Af:-fu-Z' - I, .4- I .V 1 1 -' fy HZ: . L 'gaff S, A 1.4 0 I' ,ML rl-x N New and Used Cars 8: Trucks Service Dept. 3212 120 Webster Street Gibsonburg, Ohio Call 2301 .1 . K :E vf ' .Q-wr .'S ttf' .:...h 'gf 5 ,' ,E . J., ,M ...LJ Q V Qi .. , ir, fg -fi-rig.-ll gag. K' " A "1" """L"'e'?W.Lfr-M-1-a , . ' bg-5... L AVWS A 5iEiil0 1' K 3 ' x N Susanne ou. manners MW f S.. L HARUEIVS Slllllll SERVICE Lubrication Tires Batteries Accessories Fine place for graduates to learn a. trade ATLAS INDUSTRIES Woodville, Ohio Sz Gibsonburg, Ohio w I IILLLLII U Ullllllul EDITH'S RESTAURANT ' LK f I f2,- o Breakfast Lunch Dinners T R A s LL1, : 'LQ,, N I E Catering To Parties P 5--.--ig , X 'A H Q W ef A E ' - A 312 A ' 'A y F -4 . E . 'M 1 5 iy Z AQX' f ,Z , A I - Carry Out Service all ' 5 Q C R Ri ,, .aa. A 'f - ew- H , . ,M i3,Lii.M L 113 W. Madison St. N .A, . if S a i Ju- f aa ff Call 9391 Gibsonburg. Ohio Drugs Sodas Magazines Toiletries Sheaffer Pens 8: Pencils fe MAA. Prescriptions Cigars Photo Supplies Greeting Cards School Supplies 'Sabi-lv I WILLIAMS DRUG STORE Phone 2593 110 W, Madison S15 Gibsonburg, Ohio Lexan 11 'A WQBiREQQ3iEEii5E3QAIIFYRJ f "'?'Q,15 " 471' W f -Y W, 9 f E -- Mus 1- gf -X-'v -f Mqgfr 'a gil-if 'Q-lhze. ' , : ' 'QL I, 'W qyflfii f ' KW - ,hx 7, . X . xl S- ,A ge., T h V 4' f , K Q X A V, 3' K. ff 'hliz lx r :Prix "' -1 A 0 Xen '11 I ,Q---q , fl, . X , , we-f e 1,fn-mfefe f IQ?-fy ' f-f e sfnvnzf if AL Ak XXL ' ff' .anv"liLH5Suu'f19f!Q"'! X4L l.H. IRUIH Phone 2021 'Sung -s M' seX95 tf. A ' " N-.- '1"""d...,' "Save at Home with Farm Bureau Insurance - 42: ' "noa- lllll KRIIIZIR :Q ,X -. ,,. . I ,A 1, - W X" A ' A ' ' Ax-' X- 'LA-,W fx- .gif -gv .-xvvxgwlxf I-g e. , V 45 E 4 in AAQ-Aabblw S , E -0bC1:QJe,C1zofpQ-goaorbfftos 5 4 Cfvidxbrlwfrkzfrfuwnaooe-12321 QQ M'0oc1fCQof5ocowOQCw1 'N wcoof-ccrso ezwoocaof . cocoow:-Soofggxoga M Q , ii ' 30 ?'5C?"f'3'5?f 30?-P e ,, ' t vo gocvfffifvof sc-:oo .,,e, ' M 4 m 'iifJm2'iQ.p5r 5039 xx:-'I X ' A ma M ff X ol ll Q , u...- if Tllllllll HIISU llll A, sk ..,.,--...A ,X ff T . :Rus n 4 HELLE GARAGE Dodge Plymouth Packard 113 North Webster St. 1"""'-"""""-""-"' Y 'Nl L ' - . Read Your Home Tm IGRADIMEZS Newspaper J, T, Loveland ---------e Publisher A fig if D5 5 ' I Allen L. Ludwig 'rl-le GlssoNBuRG osruuclc Paul R- Bum' C 81 C MARKET Helena 53- 2 Ohio Complete line of hardware THE GIBSII Illlllll HMI PRIIIIIIIZIS IZIIMPA Y ..-- - "" Gibsonburg's modern lime plant produces lime for the Building, Chemical, and Glass Industries, as well as for Agriculture. Allll Al BYPSIIM IIIIMPA Y Wa11boa.rd"'Lath'9'P1asteri'Lime'9'Sheathingilnsulation Wall Paints'9'Meta1 Lath4'Sound Control Products Enid gfowaz Rear 503 W. Madison St. GIBSONBURG, OHIO Flowers 81 Gifts - i. ' xl - Y a so o aiwss . 'if,QY,: DAVIS , , If ,:, ,n,k 'uxAu1MmvnE ' '. ':-,EU Z ,"' -. Y r . "N ' 301 N. Main St. --Q l:3:::::gaf-3 gr? Tf'fjW'f5f5iQiT?N ' , ivsiizziz-rl.-if sua- Q, Xxx -l- 3 -ll , , , Q 7 o ll A- o .4 o r I is mg rs L ,,,5g'u .,,jQf,n.og,3gf' ' fW, NUHFER'S FLOWERS 420 w. Yeasting sr. Phone 4372 UU MYER DAIRY Processors and Distributors of Pasteurized Dairy Products Compliments of FARMERS MEIHIANIIU AND EHVMUR CII. Lindsey, Ohio PAUL'S PLUMBING SHOP PLUMBING, HEATING AND sl-:EET METAL VIC'S fix A VAL-U-WAY WULF FARMEHSTRIENU HATIIHEHY ':':.lx-vvr...- ff ---wr , W.. --.. Y - H, WEST STEVENSON BSONBURG ' OHIO ST. DICK'S BODY SHOP 210 1f2 N. Main St. Phone 3451 3 RESYABW M ai ,gf 1, , , Q- Paesmw-E . iffy! " u I """"' In A v E ...f I g F -II, f If ju b gg I 3 .sh P A f . LF-2?-,Q.-1 - "1-' T I H Y K ' W. R. IRIIIIK SHIP Z4 hour service Corner Rt. 6 and 199 Bradner, Ohio HERMAN'S GROCERIES MEATS LOCKER RENTALS FROZEN FOODS WMKEII Elllillilll 112 North Main St. 'KL A-4 sl J S Q A lr, r t , E. wx W r I iq Gibsonburg, Ohio Q O-..:. X ...msg MYERS SERVICE STATION Large Parking Space GOOD GULF SERVICE U. S. 20-Ohio 120 Gibsonburg, Ohio Phone-Elmore 3982 .G. VEH AND SONS Gibsonburg, Ohio Phone 2 502 -Z 507 Furniture -Dealers Funeral Directors TRW' ' ii 'Q ' F 0 L Established 1905 THE K ' f 1 HOME Member of F. D. I. C. 1' f P 'Caigg2l3Y Member of F. R, s. o 1, 'F"' ,, . ' . 4 5-I .58 5 f c omp 9 Q I 5 E gf' - ,.,,,-1-wx3- V Q L A 1 ' i " f 0 Capital B: Surplus over 5150, 000. 1 Aix 'A ' 2 0 N. .. s F Gibsonburg, Ohio 2 ' , W 7, ,, NHGV.. Compliments of IIIMVS RESTAURANT THE GIBSONBURG BANKING COMPANY Gibsonburg, Ohio 'I' MADISON GARAGE C0 116 South Main Gibsonburg, Ohio C nn mms auu mums SIU WUI I :I 'CK cmnzs cum B U RKE11"s SERVICE STATION iwifw Car Washing-Wheel Balancing Gulf Gasoline-Oil Grease and Accessorie I .I W-mw, mnn.. SCH RODER FLORAL COMPANY Floral Des1gns Growers of Pot Plants Cut Flowers 8: Vegetable Planfs F.T.D. h . EEEIW INIPEENIE E SEIIIIE John Deere Sales and Service QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT Bog DEERE, Gibsonburg, Ohio Phone 2102 Bolens Garden Tractors GIBSONBURG COAL AND FERTILIZER For the Best See D. D. Younker 2 vnnooxs X555 WM Cl Jklklll Y 'W 0 44"bf5""e' 1 ?7f"'LRfa - 1-4 , ., P-155154-xv.L:-' -' - I .1 V -K fn: -" N, ff: J. 9Lf':T'


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