Mount Zion High School - Zionian Yearbook (Bucyrus, OH)
- Class of 1950
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I presenting this edition of the Iioniann the Staff hopeq
eanh one in the student body will find mugh of intexeet and en
Joyment iq the pages imc tuined In ysixs to Lome may thie
book bIlDg b1ck pleaeant memories to you
book regall pleaeant experiences of your own school days that
1 feeling of kinship between ue and you may arise
To all in our Qqhool mommunity may this book convey to
you ome appxeciition fox your suppoxt oi public cdugition thlt
oui own echool has continued thxough these miny yeixs
bcnioxs of 1950
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to thee we sing,
Memories ever bringg
Thoughts of Z1on's fame,
We so long did shareg
Zion Alma Mater,
Praises now we bring.
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We, the Sen1or Class of 1950 and our advlsor, s1ncerely
dedlcate th1s 1ssue of the NZion1anH to those men of our
communlty who have served as members of the BOARD OF EDUCA
TION dur1ng the past 35 years It 1S w1th deep appreciatlon
that we respectfully direct the attention of all who read
to th1s HRol1 Call of Honorn of those who served
of pub11c educatlon 1D our communlty
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
Hoover, S R Harman, A A Stuckman, W F Schlfer
and W E Krauter
Hoover, S R Harman, A A Stuckman, W E Krauter
and C C Lahr
Hoover, W M McHenry, A A Stuckman, W E Krauter,
and C C Lahr
Hoover, W M McHenry, A A Stuckman, W E Krauter
and C C Shroll
Harvey, L H Assenhelmer,
and W M McHenry
Harvey, L H Assenhelmer,
and M J McNeal
Harvey, L H Assenheimer,
and Charles Rife
L S Heinlen
Cllme, J G Carmean, L H
and L S Helnlen
Sharrock, L H Assenhelmer, E H Stevenson
and M E Crall
Sharrock, E H Stevenson, A D Denzer, W J
D Denzer, H E Rob1nson, E L Kent,
D Denzer, H E Robinson, F D Fr1tz
D Fr1tz, H E Roblnson, Harold George,
Fr1tz, Harold George, H E Robxnson, A D Denzer
and George W Schlfer
W L Cl1me,
Harold George, George W Schifer, H E Rob1nson, C D Hoover
and James B Krauter
Hoover, George W Schifer, Harold George, J H Purvis
and James B Krauter
Hoover, George W Schlfer, J H Purvis James B Krauter
and Warren F Guinther
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Board of Educatlon
Janes B Krauter, Warren Guinther, Janes Purvis, Clifford
Hoover, President, Albert Stetzer, Clerk Treasurer and
George V Schifer, Vice President
S K SOLLARS Superintendent
County Superintendent Senior Advisor
Crawford County Bowling Green State University
Education Ohio Wesle an University Cornell University
I A Ohio State University Chicago Unxversity
ln Education Ohio Northern Univer tty
M A Ohio State University
D I B.S. S
B. S. in Education
Ohio Northern University
Ohxo State Unlverslty
B S xn Home Economics
B S ln Education
Ohio State Unxversxty
B S in Agriculture
Ohio State University
MARGARhT H NEFF
Ohxo wtslcyan Unxversity
Oh1o State Unxversxty
Seventh and Exghth
English and Spelling
JEAN WYKER SAMUEL GILBERT MABEL SHAFFSTALL
B A Otterbexn College Instrumental Music B S in Education
American History Engllsh Bowling Green State Unxversxty
Dramatics Director Commefclal
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Mt Unzon College Bowling Green State Unlversxty
Heidelberg College Second Grade
Bowling Green State UDIVETSIIQ
Ohio Northern UDIVGFQIXY
Ohxo State Un1verQ1ty
Bowlxng Green State Unlverslty
Bow11ng Green State Unxv
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Ohio Northern lnlversxty
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Class H :story
As the 50' Senlors come to the end of the Hgood old daysn at Mt Zion they
h ve many happy memories We see the memories float before us on a Npink cloudn
as if in a dream
As we entered our Freshman year we were eager to s
We elected our Off1C9rS as follows
Student Council Rep
ee what was ahead
We entered our Sophomore year with a feeling of be1ng a little bigger yet so
small We elected the follow1ng students as our officers
President Marcella Clark
Vice Pres1dent Kenneth Schifer
Secretary Martha w1nCh
Treasurer Joan Taylor
News Reporter James Ten Eyck
Student Counc1l Rep Irene Assenhe1mer
Advlsor Mr Bordanaro
As Juniors we looked forward to the many activities in which we could
part1C1p3t6 as upperclassmen We gave our play on December 21 It's title
was Your Money or Your Wife H We also took on several proJects to make money,
among which were selling ice cream once a week and pop at basketball games
The proceeds earned from these went toward the Jun1or and Sen1or Banquet,
held May 13 at the school Following the banquet we motored to Upper Sandusky
to attend a mov1e Officers that year were
Student Counc1l Rep
As our last year approached we were sorry and yet
last year We elected the following officers
Student Counc1l Rep
We also looked back and discovered that out
1950 ten of them started in the flrst grade
Max1ne Clark, Martha W1nch Irene Assenheimer,
Daryl Murphy, Harold Brooks, Elmer Kottyan and
Two of our former members
Joan Taylor who started this
there and Robert Steinhilber
glad that this was our
01 the present 13 in our class
They are, Marcella Clark,
Kenneth Schlfer, Milton M1ller
who also started w1th us in the first grade are
year at Sulphur Springs and will graduate from
who moved into the Whetstone district last year
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Mr Harman, the Superintendent of Mt Zion School is, 1n th1s year of our Lord
1960, looking back and recalling old memories of a decade ago The Class of
1950 Where have they been? Where have they gone? What are they dolng? Have
their ambitions been fulfilled? This is what Mr Harman is going to find out
He decided to take a tour and see if he can find what became of them
While waiting in the outer off1ce to see the Governor of Ohio he sees a girl
who looks famlliar to h1m Upon the door to his office he reads uGovernor'
Secretary Why this is one of his Seniors of 1950 It is Irene Assenheimer
On this trip he stops in
Insurance Company Wh1le
of one of the off1ces is
Clark, private secretary
New York He decldes to visit the Metropol1tan Life
walking through the corridor he sees that the door
open Whom did he see? Why none other than Maxine
to the pres1dent of the company
Wh1le still 1n the east Mr Harman decides to see West P01Dt He goes to the
General's office and who else is behind the desk than Glenn Hoffman
As he had been to New York and other pO1DtS in the east he declded to make a
tr1p by air to MGXICO C1ty He sat down 1n the plane and walted to take off on
the long tr1p to Mexlco City 'Fasten your l1fe belts ' Where had he heard that
vo1ce before? Turn1ng around he recognlzed Marcella Clark, A1rl1nes Hostess
Upon h1s return to our nat1on's Cap1tal Washington D C h vis1ts the famed
Mellon Art Institute As he stood looking at a portra1t of 'Beautlful Lady he
glanced at the name of the art1st It was another 1950 student, Ruth N1Ck01SOH
whose amb1t1on had been to become an artist
Dec1ding to motor home on the turnplke, he stopped at a pretty farm home where
they kept tourists overnight The farmer's Wlfe answered h1s r1ng and to his
aston1shment the door was opened by none other than the former Martha W1nch
After arriving home Mr Harman found that his automob1le was not working r1ght
so he took it to the Mt Zion Garage now owned by Harold Brooks
While waxting on his car, another member of the Class of 1950 comes 1D with a
repair Job He is Kenneth Schifer, who states that he and his son are operat1ng
a 500 acre farm near Bucyrus
Kenneth also states that Daryl Murphy is operating a cattle ranch near Monnette
and has a worldwide business
Kenneth also informs him that Milton Miller is now the owner of a large hog farm
That evening at home Mr Harman picked up the Mt Zion Star ' The headline
read Wins at Stock Show H Further read1ng reveals that Gerald Cr1ssinger
had Just won a Grand Champ1on prize on h1s cattle and another on h1s hogs at
the State Fair
Turning the paper over he read the comic page of current jokes and cartoons The
Scoop Shovel He looked to see who had wr1tten it and to his surprxse it was
Elmer Kottyan, the quiet boy of our class
Scattered far and wide, as most classes, he sighed and dropped off to sleep
Dreaming brought thoughts of his income tax and David Russell, who would help
him with the report as he was now the most prominent Lawyer in Bucyrus
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Last W1II and Testament
We, the Class of 1950 of Mt Zion High School about to leave these halls
learning, hereby publish this, our last will and testament
To our Alma Mater we leave proud memories of our happy days at school
To our teachers we leave the responsibility of teaching the underclass
men as well as you have succeeded in teaching us
To the Juniors we leave the headache of putting out next year s annual
Martha W1DCh bequeaths her abllxty to have a good time to James Gulnther
Glenn Hoffman w11ls his helpfulness to George Fritz
Irene Assenhelmer leaves her good behavior to Joyce Turney
Elmer Kottyan leaves his height to Paul Dunn
Maxine Clark wills her friendly disposition to Wilma Houk
Milton Mlller leaves his quiet disposition to Howard Stuckman
Marcella Clark bequeaths her streamlined figure to Eleanor Rostash
Kenneth Schlfer leaves his farming ability to Herbert Young
Ruth Nlckelson wills her artistic abllxty to Donna Snyder
David Russell leaves his conceit to Dick Brookes
Harold Brooks bequeaths his bashfulness to Marjorie Houk
Gerald Crissinger wills his musical ability to Arnulf Beck
Murphy leaves his graceful walk to Robert Jeffrey
hereby declare the rest of properties to the MT ZION SCHOOL, this
our Last Will and Testament, signed our names on the First day of
50 1 the third grade Haven't we changed? C33 Why
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so happy Porky? C43 Us, in the fifth grade C53 Class Of 50 in the seventhagggde
i6b Maxine, Marcella and Irene, shopping after getting their Senior P C Efeiorsy
C77 Martha Irene and Joan KB! Maxine, Joan and Irene CWhen we were UD
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SEATED Marcella Clark Kenneth Schifer Martha Winch Gerald Crrssrnger Irene
Assenhexmer Elmer Kottynn
STANDING Mxlton Mxller Daryl Murphy Glenn Hoffman Harold Brooks Ruth Nrckclson
and Mr Harman Advisor
Maxxne Clark and Martha hlnch
Daryl Murphy and
Art Editor Ruth Nlckleson
Assistant Busxness Manager
ASSISYHDI Advertlsxng Manager
Assistant Feature Editor
Layout Manager Kenneth Schxfer
Assistant Layout Manager Glenn Hoffman
Mxlton Miller Marcella Clark
Sports Edxtor Elmer Kottyan
Asslstant Sports Edxtor Harold Brooks
Senlor Class News Marcella Clark and
Calender Fdxtor Maxxne Clark
Typists Maxlne Clark
Marcella Clark Irene Assenhexmer Ruth
Nxckleson Martha Winch
Photograph Manager Glenn Hoffman
Assxstant Photograph Manager Daryl Murphy
M1lton M1ller Ruth Nxckelson rnd
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FIRST ROW Betty Hart Velma Wilson Evelyn Lutz Margorle Houk Lauretta Edgxngton
Marilyn Parcher Jacqeulxne Fairchlld and Esther Hord
bECON"D ROW Max K1 slxng Ja es G xnther Laverne Muchow Howard Stuckman Eddxe
Schxfer and Mr Kuenzli Advlsor
ABS:-.NT Paul Dunn
Presldent Howard Stuckman
V1ce Pres1dent Jacqueline Fairchild
Secretary Evelyn Lutz
Treasurer Eddie Schlfer
Student Council Max K1SS11Hg
News Reporter Velma Jean Wilson
Adv1sor Mr Kuenzll
We have a very active class th1S year, we sold Klondlkes and DrUmSt1CkS at
school and Ice Cream, Candy
Jello 1D the communlty
a play Aunt Cathle s
play was a success and
We are proud of our
squad A member of our
and Potato Chips at basketball games We also sold
means of mak1ng money As another way we presented
with MISS Wyker and Mr Kuenzl1 directing This
lots of fun
class who part1cipated in activitles was Velma Jean
th1s year as we have three on the varsity basketball
WIISOH, a cheerleader and also our H0meC0m1ng Queen of 1949 50
An event durlng our Junlor year wh1ch we w1ll never forget was the D106
Banquet we gave the Senlors on May 19 1950
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C11 and 127 Freshmen CXVICS class on field trip to Columbus C37 inxtxatxon xn 1947
Q47 Initiatlon 1n 1949 157 MISS Wyker recexvxng her glft at the Chrxstmae party L63
Howard and Jackxe at the Chrxstmas party C73 Workxng hard, Santa? C87 The Jun1ors have
changed a lot sxnce the 2nd grade haven't they? C05 Jackxe and Esther
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E zgh th Grade
FIRST ROW Roger Russell Mary Lou Shroll Patty H111 Ruth Brooks Grace Hxlson
Jimmie Dickey and Mr Conway Advisor
SECOND ROY Charles Neiklrk James Kuhn Donald Hord David McCa11ister Dale Shroll
Gilbert Peterman and Glenn Murphy
Se. en th Gr ada
Plksl Jw Kay Jones Ardene Stuckman Mary Jo Guinther Joyce Dalber Ramona
KlCS11hg Janlce Muchow Marlene Turney Janet H111 Joanne Yuxm Ruth
Ruebell Edna Wall Carrle Walker Barbara Pickett Mre Shafisiall
xJND X Teddy Leuthold Gerald Ruffener Lowell Aesenhexmer Darxel Green
Donovan Hassen Buddy George Gerald Lohx Prank11n Leuthold Charles
Aesnnhelmer Chaxles Denzer James Nxckcleon Kenneth Purvxi Larry
Sophomore C Ia.ss
FIRST ROW Pauline Bucher Eleanor Rostash Shirley Jeffxcy Llllian Bxlllngs
Joyce Turney, Shirley Neiklrk Jeanne Sharrock Jane Stuckman Dorothy
Edgington Judith Kissling and Mrs Weave: Advisor
SECOND ROW Dick Leuthold Roger Neff Bob Jeffrey Dick Brookes Herbert Young
Arnalf Beck, Gerald Hoover Tom Louis Donald Assenhelmer Richard Dickey
and Dick Weaver
FIRST ROY x G IH fr Jcwnlne Leu hold Saxum Rusenl Donna Srxcox
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FIRST ROW Mrs Weaver Robert Eubank Dorothy Blaser Judy Dickey Ruby Crlssinger
Julla Guinther Neva Mlller and Richard Held
SLCOND ROW Ralph Green Larry Sands Sylvla Edgxngton Helen Edgington Judy Lust
Mary Stevens Roger Murphy and Ronnxe Grau
THIRD ROW Charles TenEyck Ronald Cover Sallxe Stuckman Thomas Bucher Eldon
ABSLNT Mary Foust
I zfth Gr adc'
FIRST ROW Patsy Snyder Ethel Muchow PauI1ne Baum Claudxa Foust Joan Vaughn
Sharon Lawrence Vxrglnxa Russell M Gary
SECOND ROW Luana MCCB111Qt6Y Eugene Kurm John Cooper Guy Hord Mxllxam Gardner
THIRD ROW James Assenhelmer John Brookes John Mxllex Donald Snyder Charles
Smxth Cazl TenEyck Lloyd Walker
u McNutt: Ruby McCa111ster: Alloe Stevens: and Richard Hart.
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Dxxxe Fox Lonna Rxce Donna Brooks Julia Heid Mary Ann Brookes and
Mxcheal Hough Maxy Jo Greenxck Janc Murphy Baxbaxa Neff Beverly H111
V1rg1n1a Leuthold and Freddxe Dxcks
Ronnxe hall Kaxl Grau Davxd Moore Kenneth Edgington Jxmmy Hough James
Foust and Jimmy Neubacher
Tommy Stetzer Shelby Vaughn Bonnie Cover, Kathleen Purvis, Bobb
Pickett, Kay Hough Glorla Norton, Donna Miller, Larry Heid
Roger Hord Eddie Muchow Richard Francxs Priscilla Rostash, Joyce
Sours Barbara Young Rxchard Grau Jimmie Kalb Jimmxe Wise
Jessxe Held Judith Christman Steven Gibb Harxlyn Assenheimer
Darlene Beck Keith Krauter, Sue Lohr Joan Kissling Peggy Shroll
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Charles Vaughn Ralph Moore, Thomas Harman Douglas Hoover, Dianne
Swisher Ctarles Hough Sy1v1a Lust Marjorxe Greenick, and Nancy
Ann Wert Ralph Foust, Richard Neff David Blaser, Herbert Bucher,
Barbara Kuhn Sue Cooper and Jean Gibb
David Fox Betty Foust, Jerry Held Sandra Gould, Ernest Rice, Dianne
Norton, Donald Moore Alva Young
Gary Turney, Kenneth Leuthold Dwight Blaser, Norma Rostash, Gary Emo
Patricia Francis Lary Carmean, Bobby Brookes, Daniel Beck
Linda Foust, Jerry Kent, Shlrley Schrader, James McCal11ster, Sharon
Willett William Parcher, Julia Cooper, Clarence Lauthers Mrs Boehm
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FIRST ROM Kenneth Schifer Howard Stuckman Dlck Brookes Max Kissling Elmer
Kottyan and Harold Brooks
SLCOVD ROR Gerald Hoover Daryl Murphy Gerald Crxssinger, Glenn Hoffman Eddxe
Schxfer and Mr Conway Coach
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lust Bllly Kuhn and Roger Sands
DFCOND ROW George Fritz Manager Raymond Hoffman Paul Bucher John Cook Tom
Louis Dick Weaver Herbert Young and Arnulf Beck
FIRST ROW: Mr. Conway, Coachg Donald Absenheimerg Roger Neff: Dick Leuthold: Philip
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Howard Stuckmun Dick Bxookes Max Kissling Harold Bxookn
Llmer Kottyan, and Kenneth Schiffer
Resene Inst Stung
Mr Conway Coach Daryl Murphy Gerald Crxsslngex Glenn
Hoffman Gerald Hoover and Eddxe Schxfer
FIRST ROW Donald Aesenheimer Eddie Schifer Daryl Murphy Max Kxcsllng
Harold Brooks D1ck Brookes and Paul Bucher
SECOND ROW Dxck Leuthold Glenn Hoffman Howard Stuckman Elmer Kottyan Roger
Sands Gerald Hoover and Kenneth Schxfer
George Parcher Bxlly Kuhn Arnulf Beck and Tom Louis Manager
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Donald AsQcnh0xm1l Rogan Snnde Gol11d Hoovfx
1ni Elmer Kottyun
THIRD now: Gerald crxssxnger, Mdnager: Mr. Conway, coach: Bill Hougng Philip Lust
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Glenn Hoffman Daxyl Murphy Harold Blocks Paul Bucher
Jacqueline Fairchild Student Coach Roger Neff Marilyn Parcher
Carol Stuckman Colleen Puzlls Gerry Clugston and Velma Jean lxlson
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fLetters Avuaxded In The Followlng Sports J
Max K1ssl1ng iSecretaryD Basketball Baseball Elmer Kottyan IPFCSIUCHII
Basketball Baseball and Kenneth Schlfer 1TreasurerJ Txack
Glenn Hoffman Baseball, Track Harold Brooks Baseball Basketball Eddle
Schxfer, Baseball Daryl Murphy Baseball Track Bob Jeffrey Track and
Gerald Hoover Baseball
Mr Conway Coach Roger Neff Cheerleader Paul Bucher Baseball Howard
Stuckman Baseoall Basketball Gerald Crlssxnger Basketball Dxck
Brookes Baseball Donald Assenhelmer Baseball and Dxck Leuthold
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Carol Ann St ckma Attenda t Velma Jea Wil on Q ee and
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VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Ha old Ho a d t c man g G1 n H ff an Ge ald C 1ss1n
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RESERVE BASKETBALL RECORD
Jr H :gh Basketball
CHEERLEADERS Ramona Kissling Mary Jo Guinther Ardene Stuckmnn Janice Muchow
Kay Jones and Teddy Leuthold
FIRST ROW Franklin Leuthold Dale Shroll James Kuhn David McCall1ster Donald
Hord Charles Assenhelmer and Gilbert Peterman
SECOND ROW Mr Conway Coach Donovan Hassen Gerald Lohr Glenn Murphy Charles
Neikirk Lowell Assenheimer and Charles Denzer
The Junior High had a little more luck than the Varsity this year They won
three and lost eight games The first five players are as follows Forwards,
Peterman and Shroll, Guards, McCa1lister and Kuhn, Center, Hord, Substitutes,
Charles Assenheimer and Franklin Leuthold Shroll was the high point man during
the year The Tournament was held March 6 8 13 15
first game was with North Robinson
at Sulphur Springs Our
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SLATLD lax Kissllng Phylli Lust Dick Brookes Eddie Schifer and Irene
Assen e mer
STANDING Buddy George Kenneth Schifer Daryl Murphy Gilbert Peterman and Mr
The Student Council consists of elected students from each class and re
cognized student club or organization, whose duty is to manage the control of
student activities The aim of this is to improve the student conduct and
morale while giving the members actual experience in governing themselves and
others Other members of the student body have a right to express their views
either through their representatives or in Council meetings where they may appear
themselves The Council can be a great factor for good in the school if the
members are interested in having a good school and are good representative
It is a high honor to be chosen president of the Student Council This year
the Council approved plans for many school parties, assemblies, chapels, and
other extra curricular activities These were scheduled through the year as
Sophomore initiation of Freshmen October 10 Seniors' party for Juniors
October 21 Chapel program November 23 Christmas party for entire high school
December 23, Chapel program by Mt Zion Youth Fellowship February 3, Patriotic
assembly program February 21 Chapel program March 3 Assembly program by
Freshmen class March 17, Chapel program Good Friday, Conservation Day program
by Biology class April 14 Chapel program lay 10, Recognition Day for awards
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FIRST ROW Shxrley Jeffrey Maxxne Clark Joyce Tuxney
Evelyn Lutz Jane Stuckman larquclxne Fa1rLh1ld
Martha u1HCh Judxth KlSNl1Hg and Ixnng
SECOND ROW Shxrley elklrk Wxlma Houk nx lmutho
Shxrley Gulnther Gerry Clugston Lu lxfn
Purvls Carol Stuckman Phyllxs lust rx
Murphy and Mrs heavgr AdVlSOX
THIRD ROW Donna S yder Ruth NICKICSOD 140111 L 1
Velma WIIQOH and Betty Hart
FOURTH ROW Jeanne Sharrock L1111an B1ll1HLS Mamlf Dunn
Marjorxe Houk Dorothy hdg1Hg on Pxulxnc
Bucher and Esther Hnvd
F F A Club
Max Kisslxng Elmer Kottyan Gerald Crxsslnger Milton Mlller Kenneth
Schifer George Frxtz and Mr Jordan, Advisor
Benton Wall B111y Kuhn, Donald Assenhexmer Roger Sands Roger Neff
George Parcher, Dlck Leuthold, and Billy Hough
James Nxckleson John Cook, Jack George Herbert Young Gerald Hoover
Eddie Schifer Rlchard Dickey, and James Gulnther
Howard Stuckman Raymond Hoffman Paul Dunn Daryl Murphy Dick Brookes
Philip Lust and Paul Bucher
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113. Installation of new officers. 123. Working hard girls? 137. Getting b0X ready to
send to foreign Home Economics Class. 147. Initiation of new members. 153. F. H. A, and
F. F. A. on hay ride. 163 Taken after the F.H.A. convention. 177. Juniors having fun.
187. What you got your mouth open for, Betty? 197. Working hard girls? 1103. Table de-
corated for Installation and Initiation. 1115. I-la11owe'en party at Irene-'s.
C lzenm try Class
lax Kisslxng Jxmmy Guinther Mr Kuenzli teacher Daryl Murphy Glenn Hoffman Kenneth
Schiffer Mxlton Mxller Davxd Russell Elmer Kottyan and Gerald Crissxnger
Tgprng C lass
VIRST ROW Eddie Schifer Howard Stuckman Maxine Clark and Martha winch
SECOND ROW Luuretta Edgington Betty Hart Evelyn Lutz and Dick Weaver
THIRD ROY Mrs Shaffstall teacher Marcella Clark Ruth hickelson Esther Hord
ind Xclm1 hileon
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ACCOMPANIST Jane Stuckman
QUARTET Elmer Kottyan Max Kissling Gerald Crisslnger Eddie Schlfer
FIRST ROW Billy Kuhn Donald Assenheimer Roger Sands Roger Neff George
Parcher Dick Leuthold Bill Hough
SECOND ROW James Nickelson John Cook Jack George Gerald Hoover Rxchard Dxckey
Milton Mxller Kenneth Schifer
THIRD ROW Raymond Hoffman George Fritz Glenn Hoffman D1ck Brookes Ph1l1p L st
James Guinther Dick Weaver
FOURTH ROW Howard Stuckman Daryl Murphy Herbert Young Paul Bucher Dlck Jeffrey
Tom Louis Benton Wall
ACTIVITIES OF THE MUSIC CLUBS
An operetta, HWords and Musicn by Horswell and Lee was presented in April
Action took place on a college campus with the students assisting the Deans of
Music in writing an operetta which took a modern turn when the students decided
they wanted no Shakespearean atmosphere
The cast appeared as follows
The operetta was well rece1ved, thanks to Mrs
to Miss Wyker, dramat1cs director
P1rnst111, music dlrector, and
Washington ------------------ Dick Leuthold
Gzrls Glee Club
FIRST ROW Evelyn Lutz CAccompan1stD Joyce Turney Jeanne Sharrock Shirley
Ne1k1rk Donna Snyder Margie Wilson Martha Winch Jacqueline Fairchild
SECOND ROW Marcella Clark Irene Assenheimer Maxlne Clark Geraldlne Clugston
Colleen Purvxs Wxlma Houk Jeanice Leuthold Shlrley Gulnther Phyllis
THIRD ROW Cora Lou TenEyck Carol Stuckman Judlth Kxssling Dorothy Edgx gton
Velma Jean Wxlson Betty Hart Esther Hord
Edgington Grace Baum Marilyn Murphy
ACTIVITIES OF THE MUSIC CLUBS
Boys and g1rls meet separately in thelr Glee Clubs, each group tw1ce a week
then Join for one per1od for Mixed Chorus, each week
Desirdng to be of servlce to the community the group motored to Gallon in
the school bus to Slng a twenty mlnute program of Christmas carols, 1D the out
door shell constructed in front of the Ch11dren's Home The second Chr1stmas
progect was the caroling at varlous homes of shut lns and the aged 1D the
lmmedlate school v1cinity
The P T A at Norton School in Bucyrus was entertalned by the Chorus in
April Mlxed ensemble and lnstrumental numbers made up the program
Speclal numbers for Chapel programs, the Easter servlce at Mt Z1on Church
and for baccalaureate are a part of the year's program for the Chorus
The soclal h1ghl1ght of the year was the party sponsored by the Chorus 1n
April Varlous games, dancing and refreshments were planned and executed by
members with the officers of the G1rl's Glee Club serv1ng as a comm1ttee These
g1rls are Max1ne Clark, Pres1dent, Irene Assenhe1mer, v1Ce Pres1dent, Evelyn
An ensemble of Junior and Sen1or g1rls and a boy's quartet appeared during
the year, furn1sh1ng music for class plays and special meetlngs
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Wt fum School Bum!
Paulxne Bucher Joyce Turney Ardene Sluckman Janlce Muchow Janet
H111 Dxrk Weaver Davxd Russell Dlck Leuthold Gerald Crxssinger
Ruby Lxxs xngcr Shaxon Laurence Roger Neff Bob Jeffrey Ramon
Kxsslxng Buxbara Neff Gerald Ruffenex Teddy Leuthold Jlmmy Dxckey
Donald Hord Patty H111 Mamxe Dunn Shlrley Jeffrey Dlck Brookes
Cora Lou Tenhyck Jane Stuckman Jeanne Sharrock Lxllxan Bllllngs Mr
The Band has been very actlve again this year They have made the following
Memorial Day Servlces at Nevada, Brush Rldge, and Bucyrus,
Summer festivals at several dlfferent schools
0h1o State Fa1r in the band shell
V F W Parade 1D Bucyrus,
County Fair 1n contest for all county bands,
Mard1 Gras at Bucyrus, Gallon, and Bucyrus
Gerald Cr1SS1Dg6r and Roger Neff went to Delaware 1D January to play ln
Central Ohio Band Fest1val They were among 130 students chosen rut of 200
aud1t1oned for the event
There are only two Seniors 1D the Band th1s year, Gerald Cf1SS1DgBr and
David Russell They wall no doubt miss the weekly Tuesday pract1ce and the
appearances the Band makes during a year of work
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Mrs Elsxe Brooks Mrs Emma Strohm QManagerJ
This year the cafeterxa began operatlons on November 7 It w1ll close ln Aprll
We cannot operate durxng the entlre school term because of US1ng the Home ECOHONICS
kxtchen for preparlng the school meals Our requxred course of study for the students
ln Home ECONOMICS lncludes a certaxn amount of t1me ln the foods laboratory Ad
d1t1onal space for the cafeter1a and the classes IH Home Economxcs IS urgently needed
Mrs Strohm has two addltlonal part tlme helpers who come on alternate days
Mrs Beatrlce Muchow and Mrs Velma Dxckey Over 200 meals are served daxly makxng
total of 13 709 up to the fourth week ln February Louxse ASSOhh91mGT handles the
records and money reports as a part of her work as school secxetary All lncome 1S
deposxted at the bank to the credxt of the board of education as all f1nances are
handled by the clerk of the board Total recexpts from the students and teachers
were S2 648 71 and c1a1ms to the State Department of Educatlon were S902 84 E
pendltures for operatxng expenses amounted to S3 461 73 ln addltxon to whlch the
board expended S319 72 for equ1pment such as plates SIIVCFWHIC and other items
Food expenses account for most of the operatlnb expenses costing S2 185 84
add1t1on to that purchased much food 1S recelved by the school from the U S
d1StF1bUt1OH of surplus food commodltles These xtems slnce November were 2 cases
of drxed eggs 2 cases of drled m11k 4 cases of prunes 4 cases of raxslns
cases of cheese 6 cases of butter 1 case of orange JUICE 15 cases of canned
peaches 2 cases of honey 3 cases of tomato paste 2 cases of peanut butter 2000
pounds of whxte potatoes and 45 boxes of apples A few chlldren are served meals
free 1n accordance wxth the avreement made wlth the state Welfare depaxtment ln
recelvlng these above food xtems These are cextxfled to the school by the county
welfare department Daily lunches are prepared to conform to nutr1t1on requlrements
set up by the state
113. Did you find what you were looking for Betty?'? 123, Memorial day at Bucyrus. 133.
Colleen Purvis and George Fritz. 1Pals3 143, Biology class on field trip, 153 How far
did you have to carry her, Shirley? 163. Freshmen Initiation. 173. Biology class studying
ill Don t eat too much kxds 123 George Frxtz and Rxchard Dxckey CID Damage
the stage by fire C41 what corn 1n the school? L55 Bus dzxvers Mr R Denzu
c ifer M Brooks Mr Cover M Ru enex an Mr J Eubank 169 Rxcha
Leuthold making Carol Ann Stuckman bow to the Sophomoxe Supeu 101 xty i77 Shxrley
on a Blology Fleld Trxp LBJ Hustle Our bathxng beauty Oh Jane KQJ Vlaxjo
and Harold Brooks at the Track Meet at Gallon
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between classes for a picture. i33. Mrs. Schrader, Shirley Schrader and Mrs. Boehm, after
school. 143 Miss Wykox' waiting for Senior English class. 653. Sun's awfully bright, isn't
iv. Betty? 163. Mr. Kuenzli in one of his lighter moods. 173. Mr. Harman reading his mail.
183. Is bookkeeping fun Mrs. Shaffstallf
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First day of school Just th1nk
nine months of school ahead of
us We have two new high school
teachers Miss Wyker and Mrs
There are 13 unlucky Sen1ors
Ag class and Blology class
goes on conservation fleld
First Baseball game Played
Charles Ramsden here for
Grange gives reception for
We see the boys must have
learned someth1ng in Chemlstry
Class there was qu1te a
smell from Chemlstry room
What an uproar Jun1ors
ass1gned parts 1D the play
F F A sponsored a hay r1de
County teachers meetlng
Get out of school at 2 00
More exc1tement Varsity
Z chose the Cheerleaders
Freshman Ag Students' parents
have conference with Mr Jordan
Finally Wyandot Kids don'
have to walk any more
Formal Installation and Initiation
of F H A
Elzie Bown here for School
Assembley He was a memory
Sophomores In1t1ation of the
Freshmen More fun
Freshman Civics class field
trip to Columbus
Juniors selected the1r class
F H A had a work shop at
Dr Ide, Dr Solt and county
nurses give physical exam1nation
County F H A Rally at Holmes
District teachers meeting
Band Plays in Madri Gras at
Great Day ' Sen1ors had pictures
F H A girls were over r3d10
Stat10n W M R N
Junior class play Nice g01D'
Oh Boy We can sleep later now
No packlng lunches any more
First basketball game Zion played
Eden We Won "
Armistice day Vacation
F F A meeting 1n Ag Bu1lding,
4 H Junior Leadersh1p group meet
ing, Grange women s Drill Team
practlce H1gh School Faculty meet
ing, Is our school a busy p1ace???
Choose Annual Staff
Mrs Weaver from the Red Cross
spoke to F H A
25 Thanksg1v1ng vacation Oh,
at High School Party
Elementary Operetta, Black
Magic H Congratulation Mrs
Prinst1ll and grade teachers N1ce
F1rst county league game Zion
Duke Montague and wlfe were here
for school assembly
Choru sang at Galion Childrens
County nurse and Doctor here for
Seventh and Eighth Grade
High School went Chr1stmas
Freshmen and Sen1ors had heads
exam1nation Clntelligence Tests!
High School Christmas Party Did
you find out who had your name??
Begin Christmas vacatlon
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Back to school again
School Board members
visited school Every one
on their best behavior
Seniors order commencement
announcements and name cards
Pictures taken for School
annual A sllcked up crowd
in school today
Mr Harman and School Board
members went to Galion to
see new school bullding
We wonder 1f we are going
to have a new building???
F H A skating partv How
many times d1d you fall
Annual Staff meeting Senlors
got some work done
Civ1cs Class had roller
Grade Cards come out Are
you golng to make honor
An unexpected vacat1on
Wirlng 1n the footlights
on the stage caused a fire
Chapel Program glven by
Vote for HOmeCOm1Dg Queen
Velma Jean W11SOn, Queen
Attendants, Carol Ann
Stuckman and Colleen Purvls
Senlors took snap shots
A bulb exploded What a
F F A Publlc Speak1ng
Contest How did you come
Homecomlng game Crowning
the Queen, Velma Jean Wllson
Dance after the game
Played Tournament game w1th
JUDIOT History Class gives
program for school assembly
Wash1ngton's Blrthday CVacat
F F A entertalned F H A
Chapel program given by Seventh
Freshman have Assembly Program
Glee Club practices for Operetta
County Teachers' meeting
Student Council gives Chapel
Good Friday CVacat1onJ
Harry Wh1te here for School
Everyone was excited I wonder
why??? Could it have been High
Biology Class has a Lonservatlon
Day assembly program
F F A and F H A Banquet for
County honor soclety banquet
Somethlng we w1ll never forget
Seniors give play
Last day of school P1CD1C dlnner
CCommencementJ We wonder 1f you
w1ll miss us next year???
Tennyson Guyer Speaker Thlrteen
Senlors 1D th1S 30th class of
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no place to go C43 Nhat s golng on here'P'?? C53 Good frxends 163 Track Meet 1949
Q73 Pals Q83 Match your step Carol 193 Studyxng hard i103 Showing off
mus1ca11y 1113 Last day of school 1949 K 23 Jane s F A Meetxng 4133 Why such a
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FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
CORNER EUCLID 8a KALER AVENUE
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Dally Hog Market Auct1on Every Thursday
Producers Livestock Cooperative Assn
Phone 5137 Bucvrus Oh1o
Farm Bureau Cooperative Assn
Everythmg for the Farm
Owned and Controlled By Crawford County Farmers
Plymouth Road Bucyrus Oh1o
Route3 Sycamore Oh1o Duenquat 0h1O
Petroleum Products Farm Supplies
The Ulmer Electrlc Co
WGSt1HghOUS9 Electrlc Ranges Refrxgerators Washers
Easy Washers Lamps Flxtures 8z Apphances
Complete Lme of G1ftS
Lutz Funerol Home
Phone 5925 Bugyrus Oh1o
Bucyrus Ice Co
Complete Meat Processmg Curmg Smokmg Slaughterhouse
Phone 5404 Bucyrus, Ohlo
206 S. Sandusky Phone 5573
S1gn of the B1g Saw
Glass Tools Pamt
Bucyrus Farmers Exchange
Phone 5969 633 E Oakwood Ave
F1 ed W Dlerkshelde Owner Ezra P Heldman Ass t Mgr
A J Blttlkofer
Fast on Route 30N Phone 5670
McCorm1ck Deermg Farmall Tractors
Sales 8z SCFVICC
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Typeu rlters Addmg Mach nes Off ce Equxpment
Shoes for the Entlre Famxly
LONGS SHOE STORE
Un the Square Buoy rus Oh1o
Monarch Ranges Dewiter VN ashers
Benjarnm Moore Paxnts
119 N Sandusky Phone 5258
Botany 500 Sults Arrow Sh1rts
JAY S TOGGERY
If Your Clothes Are Not Becomlng to 'iou You Should Be
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Crosby Square Sz Jarman Shoes Stetson Hats
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George H, Davis, Prop. Bucyrus, Ohio
STAN SHELLEY CLOTHING
Bucyrus Store for Men and Boys
Hart Schaffner 8a Marx Clothes
Where the Gang Meets
Drive Inn Fine Food
The Diamond Store of Bucyrus
Keepsake Diamonds Bulova Watches
213 S. Sandusky Bucyrus, Ohio
WM WISE Sz QONQ
Wlth Best Wlshes to the Class ot 1930
QU ALITY PRINTING C0
Prmtmg of All Kmds
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