Montgomery Local High School - Mohirab Yearbook (Wayne, OH)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 110 of the 1956 volume:
WE HAND YOU OUR 1956
' LAS MEMGRIAS
SEATED: Mr. Lutz, Advisor, Jackie Elliott and Carol Sue Earl, Co-
Editorsg Sonja Harmon, Business Manager. STANDING: Gene Fulford,
Photographerg John Brubaker, Sports Editorg Rosalie Hunt, Club Editorg
LoAnna Ream, Feature Editor.
Published By The
Class of 1956
Montgomery Local Schools
We, the Seniors of Montgomery Local High School, wish to dedicate the 1956, "Las Memorias",
to the memory of Mr. George McCormick, who passed away January 28, 1956. He retired as cus-
todian of the Wayne Building just two years ago. Mr. McCormick had been custodian at the Wayne
School for 25 years--ever since the school was built.
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Mr. Adams, Mr. Kelly, Mr. Stahl, Mr. Peoples, Mr. Nietz, Mrs. Blackman.
Compliments of DICKENS AND WONDERS STUDIO, Official Photographers for Class of 1956, Fostoria, Ohio.
OUR CHOOLF CULTY
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HAROLD SAGE, Furniture Dealer, Funeral Director, Phone 2501, Bradner, Ohio.
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PEMBERVILLE ELEVATOR ASS'N. , Everything in Elevator Operation, Purina and Wayne Feeds
Hardware and Builder Supplies, Pemberville, Ohio.
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New and Used Chevrolet Cars-Trucks, RALPH THAYER CHEVROLET INC. , 280 South Main Street,
People Like to Deal With People They Like.
WOOD COUNTY FARM BUREAU, Feed, Seed, Fertilizer, All Petroleum Products, Bowling Green, Ohio,
MRS. DA VISON MRS. GA RNER
Compliments of BETTY KELLER BEAUTY SALON, Wayne, Ohio,
BERNARD'S LINOLEUM AND PAINTING SERVICE, North Baltimore, Ohio.
"The Fabulous Five plus Three"
Gary Kuhn, Don Ault, Ed Lawrence, Paul Errett,
Chuck Borton, Alfred Errett, John Burton, Tom Jordan.
OUR HELPI G HAN S
Mrs. Nietz, School Secretary, Sharon Shane, Office Girl.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK AND SAVINGS COMPANY, Fostoria, Ohio
WAYNE PHARMACY, Prescriptions, Films, Sunclaes, Wayne, Ohio.
CLASS OF 1956
CHARLES BORI' ON
"He tried to do his duty. "
"A vivacious, peppy, good
humored person. "
"Nice things -come in
small packages. "
"Why think, by thinking
one grows old."
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"Her prize possession is
her diamond ring. "
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"Behind every man who succeeds
there's a woman, and she
usually catches him. "
"Supposing is good, but
finding out is better."
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"If work counts,success is hers. "
"Not that I love study less
but I love fun more. "
CAROL SUE EARL
"Smile, and the world smiles
with you. "
"All great men are dead,
and I'm not feeling so well
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for tomorrow I may graduate
Well prepared to do her best
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" A little hard work and a lot
of play make a merry day."
"I like work, I could sit
and watch it all day. "
As love increases, wisdom diminishesg
don t let me be wise
MARY LOU LOUCKS
"I hate men, they irritate me,
but I love to be irritated. "
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"Many eminent men were small
in stature. "
"A heart without fear, a
face full of cheer. "
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suit everybody, will soon
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"The easiest thing in
world is being quiet.
" Ask me no Question
tell you no lies. "
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BILL ADAMS - F. F. A. Parliamentary Procedure 2, 3, F.F. A. Judging Contests I, 2, 3, Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quarter 2, 3, Operetta 3, Student Council 3, Varsity
Club 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, Wood County Chorus 2.
DON AULT - Chorus Ip Basketball 2, 3, 4, Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4,
CAROL BAUGHER - Girls' State 3, Student Council 4, Office Girl 3, Dramatics Club 3, Paper
Staff 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Librarian 4, Basketball Attendant 4, Pep Team 4.
CHARLES BORTON - Student Council 2, Class Officer I, 3, Operetta 3, Junior Play Student
Director 3, Projectionist I, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN BRUBAKER - Chorus I, 2, 3, Class Officer I, 3, Annual Staff 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4,
Football I, 2, 3, Baseball I, Student Council 3, 4, Varsity Club I, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, Junior
Play Cast 3.
DONNA CONNELL - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Ensemble 3, 4, Librarian I, Contests I, 2, 3, Wood County Band and Chorus I, 2, 3, Junior Play 3,
National Merit Scholarship Test 4.
CAROL SUE EARL - Chorus 3, Class Officer 3, Annual Staff 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Pep Team 4.
JACKIE ELLIOTT - Class Officer 3, Chorus 2, 3, Librarian 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Pep Team 4, W.F. O. B. IQ League 4, National Merit Scholarship Test 4.
PAUL ERRETT - Football 3, 4, Projectionist I, 2, 3, 4.
FRANK FOWLER - Chorus I, 4.
LARRY FRANCIS - F.F. A. Parliamentary Procedure I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4, Dramatics
Club 3, 4, Junior Play 3, F.F. A. State Judging Contest 3.
GENE FULFORD - F.F. A. Parliamentary Procedure I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Judging Contests I, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Football 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3.
BOB GARNER - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble I, 2,
3, 4, Solo Contests I, 2, 3, Operetta I, 2, 3, Class Officer 2, 4, Boys' Quartet I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3,
4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Wood County Music Festival 2, 3, San-Wood
League Team 4.
LEONA HACKETT - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Wood County Music
Festival 2, Pep Team 4, Contests 2.
SONJA HARMON - Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Basketball Queen I, Football Attendant
3, 4, Annual staff 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Student Council I,
Class Officer 2, 4, Girls' State 3, Wood County Music Festival 2, Chorus Officer I, Librarian 3.
BONNY HORNER - Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Librarian 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Journalism
ROSALIE HUNT - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Contests 2, 3, Class Officer 2, Annual Staff 4,
Cheerleader 4, Wood County Band and Chorus I, 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Ensembles 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2,
Dramatics Club 3, Student Director 3, 4, Chorus Officer 4, Band Officer 3, 4.
GARY KUHN - Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4.
KAREN KIEFFER - Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Office Girl 3, Wood County
Band I, 2, 3, Paper Staff 3, Librarian 4, Chorus Officer 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Pep Team 4.
SENIOR ACCOMPLIS HMENTS fC0nt'dj
ED LAWRENCE - Junior Play 35 Projectionist I, 2, 3, 4.
TOM LEWALLEN - F.F. A. 3, 45 Student Council 4.
MARY LOU LOUCKS - Chorus I, 2, 35 Paper Staff 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Pep Team 45
Librarian 35 Dramatics Club 4.
JANET MORGART - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Junior Play 35
Class Officer 45 Band Officer 45 Wood County Music Festival 35 Paper Staff 35 Girls' Basketball
Team 45 Pep Team 4.
EARL PERKEY - Basketball 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4.
LOANNA REAM - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Girls' State Alternate 35
Wood County Band and Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 35 Librarian 3.
GERALD SAMS - Basketball I, 3, 45 Baseball I, 45 Varisty 35 Chorus I, 45 Junior Play 35 Dramatic
BOB SCI-IROEDER - Chorus I5 Class Officer I, 25 Football I, 2, '3, 45 Baseball 35 Varsity 2, 3.
MORRIS SEEM - Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Varsity Club 2, 3.
MARGARET STONE - Class Officer I, 2, 35 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Junior Play 35
Dramatics Club 3, 45 Wood County Chorus 25 Contests 3.
BETTY TYSON - Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Queen Attendant 35 Girls' Basketball 3, 45 Student Council 45
Paper Staff 3, 45 Pep Team 4.
TOM WITTENMYER - Football 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 35 Varsity Club 3, 4.
SENIOR CLASS O FFICER
FIRST ROW: Bob Garner, John Brubaker, SECOND
ROW: Chuck Borton, Janet Morgarr, Sonja Harmon.
Compliments of CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP, Bradner, Ohio - Sl-IAW'S DEPARTMENT STORE, Wayne, Ohio
LA TWILL A DTE TAME T
CLASS OF 1956
We, the Seniors, being of sound mind and able body do hereby will and bequeath jointly to the Juniors
our outstanding grades, all old history workbooks, all unpaid bills and all old text books.
FIRST: I, Sonja Harmon, will my cheerleading position to Bob Jacobs providing he wears striped tights
and a short skirt.
SECOND: I, Jackie Elliott, will my positions on the annual staff and paper staff to Dick Teeple and
Dale Evans if they promise to write all the editorials for the school paper next year.
THIRD: I, Carol Sue Earl, will my ability to play the accordion to Gale Evans and Bob Firsdon provid-
ing they play a duet for the Senior Class.
FOURTH: I, Rosalie Hunt, will my good fortune of being engaged to Joyce Adkins providing she sticks to
FIFTH: I, Donna Connell, will my flirtatious ways to Jane Stahl if she promises not to use them on my
SIXTH: I, Mary Lou Loucks, will my witty ways to Ed Stafford providing he doesn't give the teachers too
SEVENTH: I, Carol Baugher, will my giggle to Don Reynolds and David Maxwell on the condition they
use it sparingly.
EIGHTH: I, Leona Hackett, will my musical ability to Opal Gallagher and Pat Mead if they promise just
play in Montgomery Local's band.
NINTH: I, Janet Morgart, will my short hair cut to Sharon Shane if she promises not to cut her own.
TENTH: I, Betty Tyson, will my ability to go steady to Evelyn Workman and Sharon Ault.
ELEVENTH: I. LoAnna Ream, will my serious ways to Sally Smith. What a change!
TWELVETH: I, Margaret Stone, will my sense of humor to Patricia Jordan and Karolyn Horine.
THIRTEENTI-I: I, Bonnie Horner, will my studious ways to Waymond Ruble. Just don't shock the teachers
too much, Waymond.
FOURTEENTH: I, Karen Kieffer, will my Pontiac to Bert Ryder so he can go to West Millgrove more often.
FIFTEENTH: I, Bill Adams will my driving ability to Bill Nonemaker, providing he obeys all traffic rules,
SIXTEENTH: I, Don Ault, will my height to Bill Davies if he promises to take over my position on the
Basketball team next year.
SEVENTEENTH: l, Paul Errett, will my ever-ready wise cracks' to Madge Ream providing she doesn't
try to steal any of them.
EIGI-ITEENTH: I, Gerald Sams, will all my old girl friends to Evan Bockbrader, if he doesn't have too
NINETEENTH: I, Tom Wittenmyer, will my position on the football team to Joan Rentz and Ruth Walters
they promise never to play for anyone but the Spartans.
E. R. BAUBLITZ FUNERAL HOME, Phone 2252, Wayne, Ohio. Ambulance Service Day or Night.
Compliments of R. C. WILLIAMS, Phone 2922 or 2763, Wayne, Ohio.
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TWENTIETH: I, Bob Garner, will my onery ways to Anna Mae Jennings and Joann Farwig providing they don't
get into serious trouble.
FIRST: I, Gary Kuhn, will my ability to study to Eugene Smith and Jim Newman if they promise to use it
SECOND: I, Chuck Borton, will my position as class president to Joe Rentz as long as he promises to do
THIRD: I, Frank Fowler, will my ability to tease people to Larry Swartz. Just be careful who you tease.
-FOURTH: I, John Brubaker, will my friendly ways to Bill Ryder, although we hear he has some of his own
FIFTH: I, Earl Perkey, will my haircut to Carl Shaw providing he gets one just like it.
SIXTH: I, Morris Seem, will my witty ways in class to Rex Nietz and Jim George., Just be sure that
your teachers havea good sense of humor.
TWENTY-SEVENTH: I, Bob Schroeder, will my smile to Gary Harmon to use to charm the girls.
TWENTY-EIGHTH: I, Ed Lawrence, will my scientific knowledge to Judy Molnar and Chloetta Swartz if they
promise not to try to build a rocket ship to go to the moon.
TWENTY-NINTH: I, Tom Lewallen, will my quiet ways to Tom Lewis. Sometimes they can be useful.
THIRTIETH: I, Gene Fulford, will my F.F.A. jacket to Janet Huber providing she keeps it clean.
THIRTY-FIRST: I, Larry Francis, will my job of sweeping the cafeteria at noon to John Burton and Tom Stahl if
they promise always to do a good job.
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MARATHON SERVICE, B. F. Goodrich Tires and Batteries, A Place of Friendly Service,
R. W. Knight, M. A, Pugh, Wayne, Ohio,
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BEST PERSONALITY BEST LOOKING
Carol Sue SL Earl Rosalic 84 Chuck
EISENHOUR MOTOR SALES, Chevrolet Sales 8: Service, Phone 24, Pcmbcrvillc, Ohio.
DILL JEWELERS, Finust in Drgtmonds St Watches, 129 South Main, Bowling Green, Ohio.
NEATEST APPEARING PRETTIEST HAIR
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GARNER'S MARKET, Groceries, Meats, Vegetables, Wayne, Ohio.
YOUNG'S APPLIANCE 8a HARDWARE, Phone 2051, Bradner, Ohio.
MOST POLITE BIGGEST FLIRT
Bonny :SL Tom Donna, Gerald, 8: Larry
MOST COMICAL NICEST SMILE
Mary Lou, Paul, 85 Morris Leona SL Ed
Compliments of WAYNE HOME APPLIANCE, Lloyd Chambcrlain, Propricror, Wayne, Ohio.
WR TRUCK STOP 8: RESTAURANT, Open 24 Hours, Located at Rt. 6 and 199.
LoAnna, Tom Sc Bill
Betty 85 Gene
PEMBERVILLE STOCKYARDS, Daily Hog Market, Walter A. Wandke Trucking, Phone 551, Yards '75, Pemberville, Ohio
BENTLEY FURNITURE 8a APPLIANCE, Where a little money goes a long way. Open 9 til 9, Phone 2102, Wayne, Ohio.
SENIOR TID BIT
Carol Sue Earl
Mary Lou Loucks
Lo Anna Ream
Good Luck to the Class of '56, Dr. H. S. Elliott, Bradner, Ohio.
BRAGG INSURANCE AGENCY, Complete Insurance Coverage, Bradner, Ohio
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'. ,, PROPHECY
On June 22, 1977, we hopped aboard the Crazy Rocket, 188. Our destination was the moon. We flipped
our lids when we discovered that the rocket was designed by the Kuhn and Lawrence Rocket Manufacturing Com
pany. After a real cool blast off, we were revived by our stewardess-nurse Donna Connell, an old classmate.
You could have blown us right back to earth when we found that the Chief Pilot was Paul Errett, another old
We decided to sit back, take it easy and look over our travel logue. We all grew excited when the ste-
wardess told us it wouldn't be long until we reached our destination. Before we knew it we had landed on the
moon. There we were greeted by Earl Perkey, Morris Seem and Gerald Sams, 3 more old friends. They own
and operate a real cool atom station. We found that there were two more old friends there to greet us also.
They were Mr. and Mrs. John Brubaker, the former Rosalie Hunt, and their little daughter Diana Lynn. They
invited us to have supper at their country mansion.
While visiting the moon we were taken on several guided tours. Our guides turned out to be Bob Sch-
roeder and Tom Wittenmyer, who seemed to be enjoying life on the moon very much. The first place we
stopped was at a small factory, where they manufactured space helmets. We found the proprietors of the
factory to be Frank Fowler and Bill Adams, who had decided to become business partners shortly after grad-
uation. Our second stop was at a combination Drug Store and Bakery Shop, As we walked in we were greeted
by two more former classmates, Margaret Stone and Bonnie Horner. It certainly was good to see them again.
Right next door we noticed a large Beauty Shop. We were surprised when we found out that it was operated by
Janet Morgart, Mary Lou Loucks, and Carol Baugher. They have been busy creating new out of this world
Our next stop was a visit to the Universal College, where students from all the planets attend. There
we found several other former classmates. Carol Sue Earl, is teaching accordion lessons there, and doing
very well. Jackie Elliott is editor of the Universal News, a weekly paper sem: all over the universe. While
at the College we saw that a concert was being given at 14 o'clock. We decided to attend and were sur-
prised to see that the concert pianist was LoAnna Ream. When the star vocalist came on the stage we re-
cognized him also. It was Bob Garner, being accompanied by Tom Lewallen, two old friends and classmates.
We also met Sonja Harmon while at the University. She is attending the University and working toward her
degree in Universal Education.
BILL'S MEN'S and BOY'S WEAR, Fostoria, Ohio.
KITCHENS HOUSE OF MUSIC, "If its Music , We Have It", 318-322 South Main, Fostoria, Ohio.
CLA SS PROPHECY, fC0ntinuedj
We decided to take an atomic taxi back to town. The driver turned out to be Larry Francis, who we
hadn't seen in years, On thc way back to town we passed a huge green-cheese farm. Our driver informed
us that it was owned by Gene Fulford, another old classmate.
That evening we were served dinner by two of the lvloon's best cooks, Leona Hackett and Karen Kieffer
who arc operating a large restaurant there on the moon. We had quite a nice talk with the girls later that
As we got ready to board our rocket ship we had an unexpected pleasure. Charles Borton, now Pres-
ident of the Organized Planets met us ,at our Rocket Ship and gave us a final farewell.
Well, it's time to be blasting off in a homeward direction. This will surely be a trip that will live
in our memories forever. Watch out earth, we'rc coming home.
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SCHRODER FLORAL COMPANY, Floral Designs, Cut Flowers and Vegetable Plants,
Florist Telegraph, Delivery Service, Phone 50, Pemberville, Ohio,
PEMBERVILLE LUMBER COMPANY, Building Material, Mill Work-a Specialty,
Phone 1512, Pemberville, Ohio.
CLASS OF 1957
FIRST ROW: P. Jordan, M. Ream, J. Stahl, J. Huber, J. Farwig, C. Swartz, J. Adkins, S. Ault,
S. Shane, J. Rentz. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ezzone, S. Smith, K. Horing, R. Walter, J. Molnar,
A. Jennings, E. Workman, P. Mead, O. Gallagher, L. Swartz, G. Evans, Mr. Sanderson. THIRD
ROW: R. Nietz, O. McGinnis, B. Ryder, J. Burton, D. Teeple, B. Jacobs, B. Ryder, E. Smith, J.
Newman, E. Bockbrader, D. Maxwell. FOURTH ROW: C. Shaw, E. Stafford, D. Reynolds, T.
Lewis, T. Stahl, J. George, D. Evans. J. Rentz, B. Firsdon, G. Harmon, W. Rubel, B. Davies.
Janet Huber, Chloetta Swartz, Bill Davies,
Evan Bockbrader, Gary Harmon, Tom Lewis.
S. E. TYSON AGENCY, Complete insurance service, 134 North Main Street, Phone 2811, Bowling Green, Ohio
CLASS OF 1958
FIRST ROW: D. Kern, A. Errett, D. Waltermier, L. Tyson, D. Sabo, D. Holcombe. SECOND ROW:
N. Motot, J. Shultz, B. St. Clair, M. Holcombe, J. Nonnemaker, M. Johnson, J. Johnston, S. Stiger
J. Chamberlain, K. Farabee. THIRD ROW: Mr. Lutz, M. Sutter, J. Tyson, J. Williams, R. Whit-
ington, B. Gries, K. Sawyer, A. Few, J. Schroeder, J. Hartley, W. Sams, Mr. Walton. FOURTH
ROW: J. Nelson, G. Stannard, R. Adkins, J. Peterson, P. Graber, M. Keller, C. Brubaker, T. Jordan
R. St. Clair, R. Farwig, N. Anderson.
Kay Farabee, Carl Brubaker, Susan Stiger,
Ronnie Adkins, Duane Kern, Ga'ry Stannard.
WAYNE RESTAURANT, Good Home Cooking, Wayne, Ohio, Phone 3912.
HUNT'S ELECTRIC MOTOR SHOP, Rewinding-Repairing, Wayne, Ohio.
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CLASS OF 1959
FIRST ROW: J. Hicks, D. Rife, D. Saams, W. St. Clair, M. Kane, L. Ream. SECOND ROW: F.
Davies, N. Baker, N. Bloom, P. Shepler, M. Hoffeins, E. Kirkendall, M. Thompson, N. Garner,
P. Parker, E. Sperry, J. Harmon, P. Kelly. THIRD ROW: Mr. Sanders, B. Teeple, S. Peterson,
K. Kuhn, D. Tyson, M. Ranes, S. Reese, J. Jacobs, E. Brown, B. Gallagher, J. Geren, J. Waltermier,
B. Hartenfeld, R. Kreais, N. Barringer, Mrs. Keller. FOURTH ROW: L. Carr, L. Pollard, G. Reynolds,
J. Merritt, J. Chearwood, B. Boice, J. Beair, J. Harmon, D. McGinnis, L. Stein, T. Teeple, D. Gorrill
Marsha Ranes, Marcia Thompson, Nada Bloom,
David McGinnis, George Reynolds, Lee Pollard.
FIRST ROW: B. Blanton, R. Ault, B. Niswander, T. Stoudinger, J. Firsdon, C. Clifton, R. Galbraith,
R. Cribbs, P. Sams, B. Snyder. SECOND ROW: M. Davies, S. Thompson, P. Keller, L. Russell, B.
Dennis, K. Wilcox, S. Evans, B. Pepples, E. Woodruff, M. Brown, G. Ranes. THIRD ROW: M. Iordan,
E. Pepples, D. Jennings, P. Blackman, I. Hummel, B. Strabele, B. Baugher, E. Gallagher, P. Rojewski
L. Kresser, L. Baker, B. Shultz. FOURTH ROW: R. Barringer, D. Foster, D. White, I. Peterson, J.
Smith, D. Dobis, I. Graber, I. Fulford, T. Clements, G. Daugherty, I. Dussel. FIFTH ROW: J. Har-
mon, L. Baugher, B. Sherman, R. Hull, G. Stone, I. Kern, C. Nelson. I. Ferguson, T. Harrison, G.
Hopkinson, R. Whitman, Advisors, Mr. McLean, Mrs. Davison.
FIRST ROW: D. Cunningham, M. Steinhart, D. Hoffeins, C. Krawetzke, D. White, D. Dieter,
T. Fleury, D. Borton, T. Hioles. SECOND ROW: R. Kreais, J. Ward, B. Amos, S. Hardy, P.
Hartley, P. Holcombe, P. Lewallen, M. Teeple, B. Sworden, N. Jordan. THIRD ROW: R. Stahl,
A. Seiple, S. Schnetzler, I. Firsdon, C. Blasius, J. Sexton, J. Bowe, I. Wright, S. Stafford, N.
Younkin, B. Niswander, S, Woolam, M. White, N. Tyson, B. Young. FOURTH ROW: S. Morgart,
J. Carr, K. Thom, D. Seem, K. Ickes, D. Jennings, C. Graber, B. Lombard, E. Baker, J. Nico-
demus, H. Tyson, G. Fairbanks. FIFTH ROW: D. Carpenter, D. Huffman, D. Weber, B. Shuman,
J. Elliott, M. Bioce, R. Huffman, B. Nietz, R. Swartz, B. Curlis, D. Keesbury, R. Schroeder.
Advisors: Mr. Storeh, Mrs. Garner.
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FIRST ROW: E. Dow, D. Dow, D. Shane, D. Pohlman, W. Smith, H, Lombard.
SECOND ROW: J. Harmon, K, Boice, M. Swartz, L. Johnson, S. Earl, B. Molnar,
C. Stinehart, B. Amos. THIRD ROW: L. Swartz, J. Dennis, R. Butcher, R. Beair,
J. Hosrottle, R. Kern, K. Stafford, A. Shultz, E. Garey, Mrs. John.
FIRST ROW: B. Matson,
J. Everretts, M, Gooch,
I. Dilley, B. Clements,
THIRD ROW: I. Wright,
Ward, K. McEwen, M. Winkler, M. Graber, M. Burns,
Daugherty. SECOND ROW: N. Merritt, W. Beaver,
Aurand, L. Brossia, I, Gallagher, J. Chilcote, Mrs, Ream.
Gee, R. Dieter, J. Nonnemaker, L. Tyson, T. Younkin,
E. Ault, L. Woodruff, B. Boggs, A. Schroeder.
FIFTH GR DE
IIIRST ROW: lf. Sehell, G. Shultz, J. Bowe, M. Torok, R. Blackrnan, R. Blackman, M. Pearce.
SECOND ROW: M. Barringer, L. Peoples, J. Boi:-e, C. Cunningham, S. Swartz, S, Haley, J. Amos,
J. Jordan, I.. Stiger. THIRD ROW: L. Flores, I. .'XllSICl'lIIlllCI', R. Austermiller, A. Young, P. Seem,
J. Torok, S, Smith, M. Sabo, K. Fleury. FOURTH ROW: K, Silberwood, B. Grics, E. Zinkiewiz,
I.. Woodruff, G. Snyder,
FIRST ROW: J. Camenrer, J. Virsdon, 'l'. Keteham, G. Dieter, T. Peterson, Faylor. SECOND
ROW: J. Crawfoot, D. Motot, D. Merritt, A. Dilley, J. Firsdon, L. Tyson, IE. Gallagher, M. Clifton
C. Eckert, L. Bihhee, J. Hull. THIRD ROW: J. Hull, D. Harrison, li. Nonnemaker, L. Richendollar,
B. Kelly, J. Sams, C. Brueggemeir, E. Yates, I. Nietz, Mrs. Rogers. FOURTH ROW: L, Markiris,
5, Kregig, T, Sperry, K, White, L, Salisbury, M. Long, E. Haldeman, I. Himes, D. Reynolds, I.
FIRST ROW: I. Sams, J. Barringer, N. Keller, T. Carr, A. Cribbs, V. Blanton, A. Garner, E. Jennings.
SECOND ROW: I. French, K. Jordan, I. Boice, M. Mergenthaler, J. Swartz, J. Barringer, I. Zinkiewicz,
C. Merritt, W. Woodruff, S. Ellis. THIRD ROW: K. Stafford, I. Huffman, I. Keeton, S. Hostottle, S.
Shearer, I. Bragg, J. Bragg, D. Keeton, R. Kern, E. Reese, L. St. Clair, C. Young, Mrs. Hilt.
FIRST ROW: I. Radebaugh, D. Rojewski, B. Dieter, E. Aurand, D. Mowery, M. Whitman. SECOND ROW:
P. Gilliland, M. House, J. Gallagher, J. Ward, S. Wheller, R. Nelson, S. Russell, M. Ward, I. Hoffheins.
THIRD ROW: S. Traut. L. Hower. B, Sexton, M. Momminee, G. Brueggemeier, L. Tyson, D. Weber,
Pelton. FOURTH ROW: D. Peterson, C. Peoples, B. Sabo, P. Cribbs, B. Himes, G. Wise, D. Foltz, L.
Strabele, T. Yates.
Best Wishes to Class of '56, FLASK FOUNDRY, Bradner, Ohio.
Compliments of FOSTORIA NEW CAR AND TRUCK ASSOCIATION, Phone 4532, Fostoria, Ohio.
THIRD GR DE
FIRST ROW: I. Sworden, G. Stahl, T. Snyder, G. Silverwood, A. Brown, ll. St. Clair, L. Shuman,
S. Torok. SECOND ROW: N. Shedenhelm, S. Keller, P. Rojewski, J. Diehert, J. Hopkinson, D.
Krawetzke, S. Stoudinger, I. Baugher, T. Snyder, J. Flores. THIRD ROW: R. Sabo, D. Lippert, D.
Garner, D. Cunningham, L. Dow, R. Holcombe, D. Ickes, M. Boice, A. Shultz, A. Lockmiller, I.
Kern, Mrs. Snyder.
FIRST ROW: V. Benschoter, B. Blasius, T. Hoiles. SECOND ROW: H. Sperry, S. Kirkendall, D. Tyson
G. Lewallen, I. Boggs, K. Tyson, D. Hummel, D. Walters, M. Sanders. THIRD ROW: M. Kreais, M.
Lewis, T. Firsdon, D. Schroeder, G. Smith, R. Merritt, P. Schroeder, L. Bradner. FOURTH ROW: B.
Markins, I. Stewart, T. Tyson, B. Bibbee, C. Roberts, D. Alexander, S. White, B. Nelson, Mrs. Ma-
SECO DGR DE
FIRST ROW: D. Hoiles, I. Sterns, I. Cribbs, B. Workman, B. Settle, D. Schocndorff, M. Tyson.
SECOND ROW: J. Farwig, S. Firsdon, S. Bankey, D. Beuschoter, B. Bibbee, B. Russell, S. Smith
T. Sharp, C. Roberts. THIRD ROW: A. Scott, J. Stahl, V. McEwen, C. Stahl, S. Wright, M,
Marshall, C. David, J. Caswell, B. Cheatweed, S. Burton, P. Burns, D. Carr, C, Salisbury, H.
Himes, C, Tyson, D. Trott, D. Gilliland, Mrs. Stahl.
ECO D A D THIRD GRADE
FIRST ROW: M. Graber, S, Brossia, C. Clifton, H, Davies, S. Eckert, L. Harmon, L. Gooch,
V. Connell, Susan Dilley. SECOND ROW: P, Delarnette, M. Baker, D. Keller, S. Earl, I.
McCrann, M. Nonnemaker, W. Richendollar, J, Reynolds, Danny Mowrey. THIRD ROW: L.
Evans, B. Farwig, F. Tyson, J, David, F. Gruelich, F. Nelson, R. Krienkamp, P. Eckelbarger,
B. Burrows, Mrs. Trott.
FIRST ROW: R. Snyder, R. Holcombe, I. Burrows, B. Cunningham, L. Blanton, V. Brown, E. Fausey,
T. Kern.- SECOND ROW: F. Stinehart, D. Barringer, L. Dannenberger, C. Meade, J. Amos, M. Hiser,
S. Stahl, A. Shuman. THIRD ROW: G. Gillen, K. Keiser, I. Fleury, D. Torok, T. Dussell, M. Die-
-bert, L. Lippert, R. St. Clair, R. Ault, W. Bowling, R. St.C1air. Teacher, Mrs. Radebaugh.
FIRST ROW: A. Blanton, H. Keiser, J. Barringer, R. Silverwood, H. Teeple, C. Jennings, T. Schroeder,
B. Pohleman, K. Merritt. SECOND ROW: S. Shedenhelm, V. Herrig, S. Hoiles, M. Ruiz, L. Lombard, D
Weller, G. Thompson, M. Flores, B. Sams, B. Smith. THIRD ROW: N. Entsminger, P. St. Clair, P. Dur-
del, C. Shearer, L. Graber, I. Smith, R. Stahl, J. Youngs, B. Brown, I. Harmon, R. Kern. FOURTH ROW
R. I. Swartz, H. Boice, A. Bowe, I. Bowe, T. Hathaway, J. Kern, W. Brown, F. Snyder, D. Fausey, Mrs,
FIRST ROW: T. Ketchum, D. Hoffheins, D. Garner. SECOND ROW: L. Galbraith, L. Sexton, N. House,
C. Tyson, D. Busch, D. Edwards, B. Chamberlain, Vernice Nelson. THIRD ROW: R. Hardy, B. Carpen-
ter, D. Boggs, C. Lindley, M. Weichman, J. Peeler, M. Folk, G. Beaver, G. Sanders, Mrs. Clontz.
FIRST ROW:N. Scott, G. Lesher, N. Hespe, R. Sawyer, G. Engle, N. Dean, G. Carr, B. Lemaster, R.
Pollard. SECOND ROW: V. Hoiles, R. Delarnette, T. Tyson, L. Leemaster, B. Whitman, I. McEwen,
B. Baker, R. Hardy, T. Kinsey, B, Peebles. THIRD ROW: G. Weller, B. Wiechman, I. Radebaugh, B
Hoiles, F. Baker, C. Brough, L. Nelson, M. Himes, J. Horine, K. Wollam, N. Woodruff, Mrs, Hedge
THE QUAKER MAID COMPANY INC. , Bloomdale Canery, Phone 381-911, Bloomdale, Ohio.
WAYNE KI DERGARTENS
FIRST ROW: B. Knisely, C. Dean, J. Stewart, J. Galbraith, V.David, P. Edwards, l.. Wiechinan,
H, Markel, D. Schoendorff. SECOND ROW: K. Chamberlain, D. Perkcy, D, l,esler, J. Dean, H.
Hosafros, M, Kresser, D. Hoiles, C, Anrand, R, Williams, l. Engle, I.. Stahl. Mrs. Peraechio.
FIRST ROW: T. Tyson, C. Alexander, S, Tyson, B. Evans, J. Stahl, D. Iacquot, K. Tyson, K. Wiechman.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Peracchio, S, David, L. Smith, T. Hoiles, M. Marshall, J. Topp, D. Gruelich, T.
Brossia, St, Whitman, F. Gilliland, D. Tyson.
Compliments of KELSEY-FREEMAN LUMBER COMPANY, Bradner, Ohio.
MOLTER AND Sl-IULTZ GROCERY, Fine Foods, Fresh Vegetables, Quality Meats, Phone 2505, Bradner, Ohio
BRAD ER ,KI DERGARTENS
FIRST ROW: T. Kern, R. Weller, D. Swartz, E. Shuman, L. Sams, T. Ault, D. Wagner, D. Snyder.
SECOND ROW: T. Jennings, I. Hoiles, I. Schell, S. Weller, D. Rieff, I. Merenthaler, G. Brown.
Teacher: Mrs. McEwen.
FIRST ROW: M. Brown, N. Young, C. Floyd, D. Shultz, C. Cunningham, J. Stafford. SECOND ROW
S. Bragg, L. Bowe, C. Lentz, J. Harmon, D. Adams, L. Durdel, T. Curlis. Teacherg Mrs. McEwen.
Compliments of FOSTER'S DUCK FARM, Wayne, Ohio.
Good Luck to the Class of '56, OTTAWA RUBBER CO. , Bradner, Ohio.
BEGIN N ER BA
FIRST ROW: K. Stafford, E. Garey, K. Fleury, C. Steinhart, H. Lombard, G. Daugherty, I. Bowe,
P. Hartley. SECOND ROW: G, Snyder, R. Cribbs, K. Stafford, D, Borton, J. Wright, D. White,
FIRST ROW: J. Wright, M. Long, G. Aurand, L. Salisbury, J. Firsdon, A. Dilley, B. Matson, M.
Daugherty, J. Nicodemus. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ezzone, C. Eckert, M. Gooch, L. Bibbee, I. Chil-
icote, R. Dieter, J. Nietz, G. Dieter, B. Kelly, M. Burns.' THIRD ROW: D, Harrison, S. Kreais, D
Reynolds, L. Woodruff, E, Ault, I. Nonnemaker, T. Ketchum.
Compliments of WAYNE ELEVATOR, Phone 2182, Wayne, Ohio - BRYAN'S DRUG STORE, Bradner, Ohio
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HIGH SCHOOL CHORU
FIRST ROW: P, Shepler, M. Hoffeins, N. Baker, J. Chamberlain, M. Thompson, N. Garner,
J. Schultz, N. Bloom, F. Davies, K. Farabee. SECOND ROW: S. Stiger, I. Adkins, J. Huber,
C. Swartz, J. Johnston, K. Kuhn, M. Stone, J. Harmon, J. Farwig, A. Jennings, D. Connell,
J. Nonnemaker. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ezzone, S. Reese, B. Teeple, S. Harmon, B. Hartendeld,
P. Kelly, J. Williams, R. Whittington, J. Jacobs, B. Gries, A. Few, S. Peterson, M. Raines,
B. Horner, J. Waltermier, J. Schroeder, J. Tyson, K. Sawyer. FOURTH ROW: J. Molnar, S.
Ault, R. Walters, M. Ream, N. Berringer, M. Johnson, E. Brown, B. Tyson, J. Morgart, L.
Hackett, J. Geren, B. Gallagher, R. Hunt, K. Horine, K. Kieffer, L. Ream. FIFTH ROW:
C. Shaw, B. Ryder, I. Burton, R. Adkins, G. Stannard, M. Seam, T. Lewis, F. Fowler, G.
Sams, R. Farwig. O. McGinnis, W. Sams, D. Gorrill, B. Garner, L. Stein, D. Reynolds, B.
Adams, G. Fulford, D. McGinnis, L. Pollard, L. Ream.
THE B and W OIL COMPANY, Distributor of Cities Service Petroleum Products. Wayne, Ohio. Phone 2311
JOHNNY'S GROCERY, Open Nights, Quality food and Right Prices, Wayne, Ohio.
Donna Connell, Judy Molnar, Rosalie Hunt, Bob Garner,
Tom Lewis, Oscar McGinnis, Danny Gorrill, John Burton.
Bob Garner, Rex Nietz, Janet Morgart, Rosalie Hunt,
Richard Farwig, Duane Kern, Janet Huber.
Compliments of WILLOW'S DRIVE IN, Edge of Fostoria on Route I99.
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C. B. ALLEN, General Hardware, Heating, Plumbing, Electric Supplies, A Full Line of BPS Paints, Wayne, Ohio.
JU IOR HIGH CHORU
FIRST ROW: J. Smith, B. Snyder, J. Graber, R. Cribbs, M. Stinehart, D. White, G, Cheatwood,
C. Krawetzke, T. Harrison, W. Sherman. SECOND ROW: R. Kreais, P. Lewallen, B. Amos, J.
Ward, M. Davies, B. Dennis, P. Keller, S. Thompson, G. Ranes, M. Jordan, R. Stahl, B. Shultz
THIRD ROW: C. Graber, M. White, J. Carr, S. Morgart, I. Sexton, C. Blasius, J. Firsdon, S.
Schnetzler, J. Bowe, I. Wright, N. Younkin, S. Stafford, K. Ickes, M. Teeple, B. Sworden, S.
Hardy, M. Brown. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Ezzone, L. Baker, E. Gallagher, P. Rojewski, L. Kresser
E. Pepple, P. Blackman, D. Jennings, B. Pepple, S. Evans, K. Wilcox, K. Jennings, D. Seem,
K. Thom, B. Lombard, A. Seiple, L. Russell. FIFTH ROW: H. Tyson, B. Nietz, D. Huffman,
D. Weber, T. Fluery, E. Woodruff, N. Hummel, B. Strabele, B. Baugher, B. Long, T. Hioles,
D. Borton, D. Dieter, J. Ferguson.
FARMER'S SAVINGS BA NK, Phone Lemoyne II, Stony Ridge, Ohio.
RIDGELY MOTORS INC. , Desoto-Plymouth Dealer, Reconditioned Used Cars, Pemberville, Ohio.
FIRST ROW: Marsha Raines, Bonnie Teeple, Faye Davies,
Nada Bloom, Patti Shepler, Patty Kelly, Maxine Hoffeins,
Judy Jacobs, Eva Brown. SECOND ROW: Sally Reese, Nancy
Garner, Marcia Thompson, Karen Kuhn, Suzanne Peterson,
Janice Waltermier, LoAnna Ream.
Kay Farabee, Kay Sawyer, Joyce Chamberlain, Susan Stiger,
Ann Few, Julia Williams, Rosalind Whittington. Jane Nonne-
maker, Jeanette Shultz, Joyce Johnston, LoAnna Ream.
Compliments of NOBLES CLOVER FARM STORE, Phone 2421, Wayne, Ohio
MODERN APPLIANCE CO, , Plumbing-Heating, Electrical Contracting,
Phone 3205, Bradner, Ohio.
Janet Huber, Chloetta Swartz, Karolyn Horine, Joann Farwig,
Joyce Adkins, Sharon Ault, Anna Mae Jennings, Ruth Walters,
FIRST ROW: Judy Molnar, Donna Connell, Karen Kieffer,
Rosalie Hunt, Madge Ream, Sharon Ault, Margaret Stone,
Anna Mae Jennings. SECOND ROW: John Burton, Bill Adams
Bob Garner, Gene Fulford.
Northwestern Feeder Cattle, HOLMER- MILLER COMMISSION CO. ,
Feeder Yards at Pemberville and Cygnet.
BUD'S BAKERY, 207 N. Main St. , Fostoria, Complete Line of
Breads, Cakes, and Pastry, Phone 2340.
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Garner, Sharon Ault, Judy Jacobs, Patty Kelly. SECOND ROW: J. Johnston,
J. Wright, B. Ryder, J. Burton, G. Stannard, M. Kane, J. Carr, K. Farabee, J. Sexton, B. Har
tenfeld, J. Huber. THIRD ROW: B. Snyder, C. Graber, S. Stafford, S. Morgart, J. Nicodemus
C. Swartz, J. Farwig, L. Ream, R. Hunt, I. Morgart, L. Hackett, D. Connell, S. Stiger, B.
Lombard, N. Bloom. FOURTH ROW: D. Kern, T. Fleury, L. Ream, B. Gallagher, K. Sawyer,
K. Horine, B. Garner, O. McGinnis, R. Nietz, G. Harmon, B. Long, T. Hoiles, D. Huffman,
K. Kieffer. FIFTH ROW: B. Teeple, J. Molnar, M. Ream, D. McGinnis, R. Nietz, R. Farwig,
J. Firsdon, M. Thompson, Mr. Ezzone.
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WAYNE GENERAL STORE, Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Meats.
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Shepler. ST ANDXNG: Marsha Thompson, Indy Sacobs, Sally
Reese, Bonnie TeepXe, Mis. Young, Caror Baugher, Berry Lon
Gries, Karen Kieffer.
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mary non Loncks, Berry Tyson, Bonny Horner. 12112 Slam. OPM
Gahagher, Caror Bangher, Carol Sue Eari, MrS. 801611.
EXRST ROW: L. Swartz, D. Evans, I. Newman, B. Eirsdorr, B. Jacobs,
E. Power, I. Brubaker, G. Sams. SECOND ROW: I. George, B. Schroeder,
S. Erriou, L. Hackett, K. Horirxe, C. Earr, B. Adams. M. Seem, S. Rerrtz,
EXRST BOW: D. CorrrreB, S. Earwrg, C. Swartz, S. Huber, K. Kieffer.
SECOND ROW: W. Ruber, E. Bockbrader, R. Hum, 1. Morrrar, S. Arm
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SEATED: S. Shane, B. Gries, P. Kelly, I. Brubaker, T. Lewis, Mr. Rogers.
STANDING: C. Baugher, B. Tyson, E. Bockbrader, T. Lewallen, D. Kern, G. Reynolds.
SEATED: L. Stein, R. Farwig, L. Francis, A. Errett, G. Fulford, I. George, J. Nelson.
STANDING: B. Davies, D. McGinnis, R. Nietz, E. Bockbrader, O. McGinnis, D. Reynolds
T. Lewallen, L. Pollard, B. Boice, Mr. Rogers.
FIRST ROW: F. Davis, N. Bloom, P. Shepler, N. Garner, B. Hartenfeld, M, Hoffeins,
M. Thompson, D. Tyson, K. Kuhn, J. Johnston, B. Gries. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Young,
S. Harmon, J. Elliott, M. Stone, B. Horner, J. Morgart, K. Kieffer, S. Ault, J. Molnar,
S. Smith, S. Reese, J. Jacobs, K. Sawyer, Mrs. Keller. THIRD ROW: M. Johnson, J.
Chamberlain, M. Loucks, D. Connell, S. Peterson, M. Ranes, B. Teeple, J. Waltermier,
B. Gallagher, R. Kreais, J. Williams, R, Whittington, J. Nonnemaker, K. Horine, M.
Holcombe. FOURTH ROW: P. Kelly, L. Francis, J. Cheatwood, L. Stein, D. Gorrill, B.
Garner, G. Sams, G. Fulford, E. Stafford, S. Stiger.
FIRST ROW: P. Jordan, J. Molnar, J. Huber, J. Farwig, C. Swartz, J. Adkins, S. Ault,
M. Ream, A. Jennings. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Young, J. Stahl, P. Mead, R. Walters, S.
Smith, K. Horine, E. Workman, O. Gallagher, S. Shane, Mrs. Keller. THIRD ROW: C.
Shaw, L. Swartz, B. Ryder, O, McGinnis, R. Nietz, E. Bockbrader, G. Harmon, B. Davies
E. Stafford, J. Burton.
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Bill Adams, Paul Errett, Tom Wittenmyer, Bob Schroeder.
SECOND ROW: Danny Gorrill, Dale Evans, Waymond Rubel, Gale Evans,
Bill Davies, Paul Graber, Carl Shaw, Mike Keller, Tom Stahl, Dick Holcombe.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Hosafros, Bill Ryder, Jim George, Bert Ryder, Lawrence Stein,
Kenny Fairbanks, Tom Lewis, Rex Nietz, Ronnie Adkins, Tom Jordan, Mr. Sanderson.
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Bill Adams, Earl Perkey, Bob Schroeder, Rex Nietz, Dale Evans, Danny
OFFENSE: Tom Wittenmycr, Danny Gorrill, Bob Garner, Darrell Whetsel,
Earl Perkey, Gale Evans, Waymond Rubel, Bill Adams, Dale Evam, Tom
Lewis, Rex Nietz.
BOB'S GULF SERVICE - Phone 3571 - CHARLES L. RILEY - General Merchandise, Phone 3234 - Bradner, Ohio
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QUEE AND HER COURT
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sonja Harmon, Julia Williams,
Queen Marilyn Huffman, Sharon Shane, Marcia
On October 21, 1955 the annual Football Homecoming
was held at Montgomery Local High School. Before
the game with Troy-Luckey, Marilyn Huffman was
crowned Queen and Sonja Harmon was her Senior
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SEATED: Ronnie St. Clair and Larry Francis, Managers. FIRST ROW: Gerald Sams, Oscar
McGinnis, Don Ault, John Brubaker, Evan Bockbrader. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sanderson, Tom
Lewis, Earl Perkey, Jim George, Larry Swartz, Morris Seem, Gary Harmon, Mr. Sanders.
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Montgomery Local 76
Montgomery Local 92
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FIRST ROW: Ronnie Adkins, Jim George, Danny Gorrill, Carl Brubaker, Gary Stannard. SECOND
ROW: Tom Jordan, Mike Sutter, Richard Farwig, Jim Hartley, John Burton, Kenny Fairbanks, Dick
Holcombe, Mr. Sanderson.
SEATED: Danny Borton and Billy Snyder, Managers. FIRST ROW: Doug Foster, Tim Hoiles, Bob
Long, Johnny Elliott, Gary Cheatwood, Harley Tyson. THIRD ROW: Gordon Daugherty, John
Ferguson, Ronald Huffman, Dennis Huffman, Dick Weber, Dick Dieter, Mr. Walton.
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CYGNET SAVINGS BANK COMPANY, Since 1899, Wayne 85 Cygnet, Ohio. Member of F.D.I.C
REYNOLDS RADIO 81 TELEVISION SALES 8a SERVICES, Featuring Sylvania 8L Motorola Televisions
Room Air Conditioners 84 Appliances, Wayne, Ohio
Mrs. Nothstine Mr. Robert Rogers
Mr. Don Amos Mr. Vernon Fox
Mr. Robert Bankey Rev. Ronald Walters
OHIO FARMER FEEDS, Ohio Farmers, Fertilizers, and Supply Assn', Sold at Your Local Elevator
Manufactured by Ohio Farmers Grain,
Good Luck to Class of '56, BRADNER MILL, Bradner, Ohio,
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GIBSONBURG FARMERS ELEVATOR CO., Grain, Coal, Seeds, Builders Supplies, Fuel Oil, Gibsonburg, Ohio
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PARKER'S GROCERIES AND MEATS
AMOS MOTOR SALES
CAIN'S MARCELLE POTATOE CHIPS CO.
Bowling Green, Ohio
HOYT SEED CO.
PETER'S CLOTHING STORE
ALAN'S SHOE STORE
OFFICE SUPPLY SHOP
EMAHISERS BARBER SHOP
DUFFIELD MUSIC CENTER
WILSON'S SHELL SERVICE
KESSEL'S FASHION SHOP
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West Millgrove, Ohio
THE STATE EXCHANGE
West Millgrove, Ohio
M. I. CI-IILCOTE
West Millgrave, Ohio
West Millgrove, Ohio
SPRA TT ACCORDION CENTER
Bowling Green, Ohio
Bowling Green, Ohio
BRADNER DRY CLEANING
MADISON GARAGE CO. FORD DEALER
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North Baltimore, Ohio
SHEBLI'S SHOE STORE
North Baltimore, Ohio
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