Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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Advisor CHARLES BUCKENMEYER Physical Educaiion Driver's Educafion B.S., Bowling Green Sfaie Universiiy Assisianf Baskefball and Fooiball Coach KENNETH DAVIS Music B.M., Oberlin College Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs A Capella Choir Dance Band Advisor Cheerleaders Advisor KATHRYN COURT Girls Physical Educafion B.S.. Oberlin College G-.A.A. Advisor Y-Teen Advisor MICHAEL A. LOMBARDI Ba nd and Orcbesfra Sf. Piefro Maielo, Naples, lfaly A l L I Q., we '- A ' e P 2 l . A. .I. JOE E. ROHRBAUGH MYERS Mafhemafics Agriculfure B.A., Defiance College Ohio Norfhern Univer B.S., Ohio S+a+e Uni- SIIY versify Ohio Sfale Universi+y Supervisor 'For Farmers Home AcIminis'l'raIion Iowa Shale Universify Bowling Green Sfafe Universify HELEN NIEDERHAUSER VIRGIL ORT Science-Jr. High Mafhemafics-Jr. High Principal Grade School A.B., Defiance College A-B-. DGIIBHCG College Ohio Sfafe Universify M.A., Universify of Michigan xii V 1,1-V V.-5913, 4. ,t M c-. I c ee ' ! DWIGHT WILLIS R. MOHLER ARN Agriculfure Physics, Chemisfry B.S., Ohio Norfhern M.S., Ohio Sfafe Uni- versi+y LORRENE JOHN ORT SWEARINGEN English-Jr. High Social Science- Jr. High B.M., Oberlin College B.M., Bowling Green Sfafe Universily Jr. High Baslrefball and Fooiball Coach Q, I p 4 ll X! A K x .6 QF I ii , ' I .,mW, '- ' .. I- 'gm -da. I. Our Friend De nnis and Papa. My,how we allchange! 3. Coach in acfion. 4. ' ' Will rl' go in? 5. Kick off! 6. C an you drive? 7. Hubba! Hubba! 8. Mealfime? Reach w', R Lim Wh R R Seniors CLASS COLORS - D +y R d Sl Mei FLOWER - Red R MOTTOV-Th' g + FA h rendez H1 d 1' Y L0 fig, f j H R L R ' if W 1 " x XJ I if A L M L ,R There are voice and words Presidenl NORMAN IMBROCK "Norm" Science Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 4, Na- lional Honor Sociely 3, 4, Operella l, College Club 4: Science Club Presidenl 4, German Club 4, Class Presi-denl 4, Hall Monifor I, Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, A Capella Choir 4, Slu- denl Council 4. The Iamn of genius burns more brighlly Ihan 'Ihe lamp of life. Secrelary MARY LEE BUCKMASTER "Ki+zeI" Science G.A.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4, Col- lege Club 4, German Club 4, Religious Educalion Monilor 3, Annual Slaff 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Class Vice Pres. I, Secrelary 2, 4, Y- Teens I, 2, 3, Vice Presi- denf 4, Hall Monilor 2, 3, All-Slar Volley Ball 3, 4, Srudenr Council I, 2, 3. Beauly and wisdom are rarely conioined . . . Mary has both. ,s , w' fbi as . -' f lsle Vice Presidenl Treasurer ELAINE DREWES MERL BAUMAN "Clem" "Merl" Science Agriculrure G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Z, 3, College Club 4, German Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Paper Slaff 3, 4, Class Vice Presidenl 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hall Monilor 4, Class Play 3, Glee Club Z, 4, Sludenl Council 4 All-Slar Volley Ball l, 2, 3, 4, All Slar Basketball 3, 4, A Capella Choir 4. Opererfa I, Jr. Red Cros: I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Orches fra 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Or cheslra I, 2, 3, 4, Annua Sl'af'f 4, Paper Slaff 4 Class Treasurer 3, 4, F.F.A Presidenl 3, 4, Hall Moni lor 2, Inframurals I, 2, 3 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Choir I, 2, A Ca pella Choir 4. To him who is delerminec il remains only Io acl. in a silenr look. Class History , We, lhe class of "48", have elim!-ed lhe' 'lirsl Iwelve sleps lo 'lhe door of adullhood and now musl say farewell and slarl on our nexl flighl' of sleps. When we enfered school in Ihe firsf grade, Presidenl Roosevell had iusl begun his second lerm. Our counfry was iusl recovering from a nalional depression which had hir our counfry hard. Being fully recovered from lhis depression, war came. We were in lhe sevenlh grade al lhis lime, proud lhal we were finally in iunior high school. We lhoughl 'rhe war would lasl only a shorl' lime, bul il lasled longer 'lhan we expecled and affeclecl us and everyone around us. We saw our brofhers, sislers, and leachers going off lo war. Then we were freshmen, ioining clubs and organizalions, lhinlcing ourselves really big. Al lhis lime Presidenl Roosevell died and Vice Presidenl' Truman fool: his place. The mighfy alomic bomb ex- ploded over Hiroshima. Peace was declared and our boys slarled coming home. Some of lhe ever-friendly 'laces were again seen on lhe facully. Peace was ours bul we had paid a greai price for il. Now we were sophomores, able lo undersland aboul reconversion. We began lo see bubble gum come back on Ihe marlrel. The gas shorlage slopped and we once more could go lo ou'r-of- 'rown games. Then came our Junior-Senior Prom and Class plays. The new I946-47 cars came on lhe marlrel. The Uniled Nalions Organizaiion was formed. Our foofball 'team wilh many of lhe boys from our class in il became lhe "bes+". Now we are ready 'for lhe climax of our high school life-Gradualionl Though we loolr eagerly forward lo our fulure, we musl admil lhal, now lhal' we're leaving il, we shall miss Old Napoleon High. l'4l DOROTHY HUETER "Dottie" Science . Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Na- mal Honor Society 3, 4, Col- ge Club President 4: Science lub 43 Religious Education tendance Monitor 43 Annual aff 43 Paper Staff 3, 4, Edi- r 4: Class Secretary I, Presi- lnt 2, Hall Monitor I, 31 :on Librarian 4. you have one true friend u have more than your are. PAUL SHARTZER nsharh.. Industrial Arts slretball I, 2, 3 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, . Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Class :e President 2, President 3, -Y 2, 3, Vice President 4, lramurals I, Class Play 3, Glee Club Secretary-Treas- er 43 Student Council Vice esident 3. man's own character is the biter of his fodune . . . a ortsman at heart. I 14 Suk VA r an .., 9 1-.1 Kbix A' l fx fn' V gl, . ... . 'fr Q 1 ' ae! :A ' 's y is gg Q. g , -.g .wee I- . eg f x'ff1. i..1?f'.' 'Wish - MARVIN OBERHAUS "Husky" College Operetta Ig Jr. Red Cross 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Class Play, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Choir I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4. He has as many tricks as a dancing bear. CAROLYN SAUBER "Kit1el" Science G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, German Club Presi- dent 45 Religious Education Monitor 4, Class Play 3, 45 Student Council 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. To be honest, as the world goes, is to be one man picked out of ten thousand. JOAN HOWE ..-Jo.. Relailing G.A.A. I, 2: Operetta Ig Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Retailing Club 43 F.H,A. I, 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Hall Monitor 3, Glee Club I, 4. The only way to have a friend is to be one. MELVIN BRINK, JR. "Mel" Industrial Arts Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. We learn only from those we love . . . Mel learns from Mary. l'5l THOMAS MCCOY "Torn" College College Club Vice President 4, Debate 3, Annual Staff 4, Paper Staff 4. The man who has music in his soul will be most in love with the loveliest. NORMA JEAN FRENCH "Frenchie" Home Economics Home Room Attendance Moni- tor Ig Glee Club 4. Fine clothes are never out of fashion. I I ,, f ,J - jjfj-xiii q,ff5,fgJ Viygmkfy Q Eg W W QW? 0 K gm 5,5 ,RS , ' L .QA vgfglwwffw Q fP32-SER EMS? Q N . . ., , .. Q Ndngf w mggx Q X' .Q 5 gs SK "SQ '?? . S f if QM :SJ WANWSJQQ X2 1. -J Q E ' I n N x . 'sr E gy , ' 'N CJ M NX . . . f s KM 1 LOISHHH UQ , ' X X LL: ' SX E Q5 W 5? W5 Q2 Q J EQGXQWFWKG , fg Q t .1 Q: ' ld , S 3 4 ' " T" : Q" 'WW ' of Us 'll 9: E QQ f Q ww ' Mfg 2 0 : xi ,lf 'ig Q ld 4 5 Q - 1 '52 RT gd M iii Q C' .. QXEXQ Y Qsgfggiivxv xf E 5 RSE? W " I e D4v ?,f.vQ JA Vxjgq . 'L fd Cp Wzwgw D vm 4 5 Mft E'i' Q XMQ. If DQLZP- 5 ' , 3 Q lx , F' 3 V 31. o XY ' 5 N Q Q' 1 x 'h gh Qx Q f' X X .- 'rf' M Q ' X A aiziiiii Sym vm Q km' Q -ff 'fxwffd 255 Q - , Ex C, ffdcgdvf LE 26 Q 9 Qu, ff7'I'l-f- I mfiff K-3 1,EQj121,JAiLEi7:n Www L, , A, . JENNIE LEE CORTRIGHT LEROY DACHENHAUS DOROTHY KOPPENHOFER JON CREAGER "Jennie" "Doc" "Dort" "Jon" Science Industrial Arts Secretarial Industrial Arts G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Secretary 3, 4, College Club 4, German Club 4, Band 4, Cheerleader 4, Annual Staff 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, President 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4. Her tongue runs like the clap- per of a mill. WENDELL MOHLER ..Gene.. Industrial Arts Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Oper- etta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, Hi- Y 2, 3, 4 Chaplain, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4, Octette 2. Give me a seat and I'll make room to lie down. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football G.A.A. I, 2, Jr. Red Cross I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, Jr. Red 2, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Hall 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Monitor 4, Glee Club 2, Stu- Treasurer 4, Intramurals I, 2, dent Council I, 2, 3. Clothes make the man. 3, Glee Club I, 4. Silence gives content - bash- Mcdesty becomes a young - ful but nice. a likeable "guy." RIA RITA HESS "Rusty" College Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4, Ger- man Club 4, French Club 4, Home Room Attendance Moni- tor 2, 3, Buckeye Editor 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4, Class Play 4. Where beauty is there will be love. ROGER JAOUA DARLENE DETMER "Jake" "Dems" Industrial Arts General Business Class Treasurer 2, Hi-Y 4. G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4. Happiness is made to be shared , . . Roger shares his Trifle makes perfection, and with someone. perfection is no trifle. llbl it I DOROTHY REINKING RICHARD GRANT JOANNE HAASE RICHARD EICKHOFF "Dort" "Dong" "Jo" "Dick" Science Industrial Arts General Industrial Arts G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, Vice President 3, Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Col- lege Club Secretary-Treasurer 4, German Club Secretary- Treasurer 4j Cheerleader 4, Paper Staff 3, Class President I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hall Moni- tor 2, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, A Capel- la Choir 4. The sign of wisdom is a con- tinual cheertulness. RICHARD W. OWENS "Dick" Industrial Arts Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Attendance Monitor 4, Proiectionist I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer Treasurer I, Secretary 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at- Arms, Intramurals I, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Vice President 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4. It does not hurt weak eyes to look into beautiful eyes . . . an all round sportsman. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 3. He is not fool who knows when to hold his tongue. BETTY JANE GLANZ Betty Secretarial G.A,A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens Z, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Glee Club 2. Silence is the Mother of truth. G.A.A. 3, 4, Jr, Red Cross 3, 4, College Club 4, Cheer- leader 4, Annual Staff 4, Pa- per Statf 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club 4, A Capella Choir 4, All-Star Volleyball 4, All- Star Basketball 4, Bowling Green, Ohio I, 2. Dancing is the poetry of the foot . . . a good dancer. NORMAN JAMES MEYERS German Club 4, Hi-Y 4, ln tramurals I, 2, Glee Club 4 The name of friend is common but faith in friendship is rare. LORNA BADENHOP "Norm" Lorna Business Secretarial Operetta I, Retailing Club 4, Jr. Red Cross Z, 3, 4, Hall Home Room Attendance Moni- tor I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Monitor 4. Club I, 2, Mixed Choir I, 2, There is a time for speaking It is no sin to look at a nice girl . . . Norm looks al' them all. ll7l and a time for being still. I I I I I I I I I .J Im--..M. . JULIAN BOCKELMAN "Bucky" Agricullure Track 2, 3, 41 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Refailing Club 41 Debafe 31 Annual Sfaff 41 Pa- per Siaff 41 Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 F,F.A. I, 2 Vice Presiden+1 Hall Monilor 31 lnlramurals I, 21 Class Play 41 Glee Club 3, 4. The higher Ihe plum free, Ihe riper fhe plum . . . Iallesl of all. NANCY POHLMAN ..Nan.. Science G.A.A. I, 2, 31 Opereffa I1 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Col- lege Club 41 German Club 41 Home Room Aflendance Moni- tor 2, 31 Religious Educalion Monitor 31 Band I, 2, 3, 41 Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 41 Debale 3, 41 Annual Siaff 41 Y-Teens 2, 3, 41 F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Glee Club I, 2, 3, Secrelary 41 Mixed Choir I, 2, 31 A Ca- pella Choir 41 Sludenl Coun- cil 4. A smile recures fhe wounding of a frown. .1 gui HELEN SEHLMEYER Helen Refailing G.A.A. 2, 31 Jr, Red Cross 3, 41 Retailing Club 41 Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 41 F.H.A. I1 Glee Club 4. Nolhing can be purchased which is befler fhan a rrue friend. JAMES OSBORN ..-limi. General Track Manager 31 Operella I1 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Re- Iailing Club 41 Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec- refary 41 lnframurals I, 2, 31 Glee Club I, 21 Mixed Choir 2. Kindness is Ihe sunshine in which virlue grows. JOHN SCHEID ..-hack.. Science Foolball 2, 3, 41 Opereffa I1 JOYCE VAN STREADER ..Joy.. Refailing Refailing Club 41 F.H.A. I Jr, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 3, 4. Science Club 41 Band I, 21 Hi- Y 2, 3, 41 Class Play 31 Glee An allraclive girl draws more Club 2, 3, 41 Mixed Choir 2, Ihan a rope. 3, 4. Every Jack must have his Jill . . . Jack has several Jills. REVA GUNTER "Reva" Business G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Glee Club 4. Befler a diamond with a flaw fhan a pebble wifhoui . . . she wears a diamond. IIBI JULIAN WILFORD Julian General Intramurals I, 2. Educafion makes the man . ,lf 'Ml 1lfv "7 L I I I ROBERT SMALL "Lard" General Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 2, 33 Track I, 2, 3, 43 Oper- etta 23 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Class President I, Vice President 23 Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 33 Class Play 33 Glee Club I, 2, 33 Mixed Choir 3. It is not good that man should be alone. DONNA SMALL "Mrs. Lard" Secretarial G.A.A. I, 2, 33 Operetta 23 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Na- tional Honor Society 33 Home Room Attendance Monitor I3 Band 33 Annual Staff 43 Paper Staff 43 Y-Teens I, 2, 33 F.H. A. I, 2, Vice President 33 Class Play 33 Glee Club I, 2, 33 Mixed Choir 2, 3. To be in love and to be loved are virtues . . . Donna has both. JOANN WULFF HJC.. Secretarial Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Attendance Monitor I3 Y- Teens 2, 3, 4. A smile dow of that the a face which shows heart is at home. MARILYN GUNTER "Mo Mo" Business G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A, I, 2 3, 4. A faithful friend is the medi- is a light in the win- cine of life. I LAUREL J. SHORT Laurel Science Science Club 43 Band I, 2, 33 Paper Staff 23 Class Play 33 Ridgeville High School I, 2, 3. One never loses anything by being polite. FRANCIS ZOLL JO ANN HEFFLINGER JAMES THORNTON "Frank" Industrial Arts ..Jo.. Business Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Retail- F.H.A. I, 2, 33 Glee Club 4. ing Club 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Infra- murals I, 3, 43 Class Play 33 No chance is evil to him that Glee Club 3, 43 Mixed Choir 3. A friend is worth all hazards we CBN I'LlI'I. is content. lI9l "Jim" Industrial Arts Football 43 Track 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Intramu- rals I, 2, 3, 4. The silence of the people is a warning for the king. ,lg ""' .Zi I I I I I I MARILYN SANEHOLTZ "5aney" Science G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, President 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Class Play 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 43 Mixed 4 x I : 53 t I HERBERT CHARLES HUDDLE "Herb" Industrial Arts Glee Club 4. Once a gentleman always a gentleman .... timid but nice. - v. I MARLENE PALMER Marlene Secretarial Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Re- ligious Education Monitor 4, Hall Monitor 4. Nothing is so popular as kind- Choir 3, A Capella Choir 4, ness. Student Council 4. To do easily what is difficult for others is the mark of talent. MARJORIE SHUMAKER LOUISE ELLING ROBERT H. SEIPLE' "Marge" Louise "Bob" Retailing Retailing College Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Re- G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Retailing Macomber Vocational High tailing Club 43 Glee Club I, Club 4, Y-Teens Z, 3, 45 Glee School I, 25 DeVilbiss High ' ' ' ' Club 4. School. Z, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, 3, Malinta - Grelton High School I, 2, 3. Quiet, timid and well liked, A contented mind is a contin- There's mischief in the quiet- ual feast. est of men. l20l CLEO EISAMAN Cleo Business Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Re- tailing Club 43 F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4. A friend is never known until he is needed. MARJORIE DEW "Margie" Business Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Pleasure makes the hours seem short . . . her hours are spent at Faubles. 'Withdrawn before graduation ,A .fi n if z 3' 5, 3 I A I .12 MARY KNEPLEY Mary Secretarial G.A.A, I, 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Operetta lg Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Home Room Attendance Monitor 23 Y-Teens Z, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3, Glee Club I, Z, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3. It is better to be small and shine than to be large and cast a shadow. HENRIETTA PLASSMAN "Henry" College G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 43 German Club 4, French Club 43 Debate 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 3, 4, Class Play 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir I, 2, 31 Student Council 4. Better short and sweet than long and lax. .ga G . , x I' 'Sv' I? 0 1' Q 6 4 E, N4 ROBERT T, HOOVER EVELYN PANNING "BQb" HEVIEI' Industrial Arts Secretarial 4' Tr I, 2, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Hall Football I, 2, 3, , ack Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. Modesty is a virtue. LOIS AGLER Lois College Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Ger- man Club 4g French Club 45 Paper Staff 33 Y-Teens 2, 3. Silence may do good, and can do liflle harm. Monitor 3, 4. Speech is great but silence is greater. ROBERT DIETRICK' "Bob Agriculture Jr. Red Cross I, 23 F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4. The way ot cultivation is not easy . . . a farmer at heart. IZII I VERA MAE KRAEGEL Vera General Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Silence is true wisdoms best reply. JOAN BAIR ..Jo,, General Business Jr. Red Cross I, Z, 3, 4. Blissful are the simple for they have much peace. 'Withdrawn before graduation ,. .W- I I 1 I L.....,..... s. , , A ,.., M-.. , JAMES STURDAVANT DONA LAYTON AUDREY BERNIUS MARY LOU BUCHENBURG "Jim" "Donie" "Audo" Mary Lou College General Business College Business Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 4, College Club 4, German Club Social Chairman 4: An- nual Staf-I 4: F.F.A. 2, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 4. There is no wisdom like si- lence. PATRICIA WATSON "Pat" College G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4, French Club 4, Annual Staff 3, Business Mgr. 4, Paper Staff Business Mgr. 3, 4, Y-Teens Secretary 2, Hall Monitor I, Class Play Business Mgr. 3, 4, Science Club Secretary 4, Ger- man Club 4. Life is as tedious as a twice told tale. G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Band I, Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Mixed Choir 2, A Ca- pella Choir 4, Operetta I. A tender smile is sorrows only balm. KENNETH HAHN "Kennie" College Football 4, Track 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4, German Club 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. A wise man will be master of his mind. I2 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4, German Club 4, French Club 4, Religious Education Monitor 4, Debate 3, 4, An- nual Staff 4, Paper Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, A Capella Choir 4, All Star Basketball 4, All Star Volleyball 4. A good laugh is sunshine in a school . . . laughable and likeable. BARBARA JEAN BALDWIN "Barb" College G.A.A. I, 2. 3, 4, Operetta I, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Col- lege Club Librarian 4, Ger- man Club 4, French Club 4, Home Room Attendance Moni- tor 2, 3, Debate 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 3, A Capella Choir 4, All Star Volleyball 3, 4, Student Council I. Music is the speech of angels. 2 I G.A.A. 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Retailing Club 4, F. H. A. I, 2, President 3, 4. Short and sweet. VIRGINIA DAVIS' "Ginnie" Home Economics Jr. Red Cross I, Home Room Attendance Monitor I, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4. Until I truly loved I was alone. 'Withdrawn before graduation JANIEN SHELT "Jake" G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Operefla I3 Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Na- fional Honor Sociefy 3, 43 Home Room Ahendance Moni- for 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Drum Ma- iorefleg Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Class Play 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Choir l, 2, 33 Sfudenr Coun- cil I, 2, 33 A Capella Choir 4. The merry hearf maketh a cheerful counlenance. is ,fr V .57 . .qc 1 1. . .-5. PAUL JOHNSON Paul College Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 College Club 43 German Club 43 In- lramurals I, 23 Glee Club 2. The man is wise who speaks few Ihinqs. DONALD DIERINGER "Don" General Business Relailing Club 43 Hi-Y 4. There is silence. VIVALINE FUNCHION' "Vivie" Business Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: F.H. A. n, 2, 3, 43 elee Club 4, Confenlmenf is an impregna- ble foriress. MARTHA SATTLER ..Ma,,,.. Science G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Opereffa lj Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Col- lege Club 43 German Club 43 Religious Education Monitor 23 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Orchesfra 3, 43 Debale 33 Annual Sfaff 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. I, 2, Hisrorian 3, 43 Hall Monilor 2, 33 Class Play 33 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Choir 2, 33 A Capella Choir 4. Today Ief me live weII3 none knows whal may be fornorrow. l23l .Ieff I I I 4 I I EDWARD HOOVER ..Ed.. lnduslrial Arfs Foolball 3, 43 Traclr 2, 3, 43 Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. He who is conlenf can never be ruined. 'wifhdrawn before gradualion flass Poem Cum Zeke, n' Naie, n' Puny Mau And bring along yer slafe And rassle up yer pencil box- We're 'bou+ +er grad-chu-afe! There h'ain"r no doubl 'thai' Mr. Tifus will Erecf a mon-yew-menl' To keep our mem'ries fresh unfil The smell of us has wenf. T'weren'f more 'Phan +wen+y yar ago When we were liffle kids A sfranger rid acrosi' fhe ridge And everybody hid. The s'rranger's name was Mr. Sfurdy-vanf He rid upon a mule He foie mah pappy fha? sad day Ther I musl go fuh skule!! Our pappies gof +ogeiher fhen And hogfied Merl and Tom And 'rhen fhey pu? sum panis on Norm And he was forced io cum! So we danced up fhe hickory slick To "Readin-'Riiin' Blues" Till we begun our High Skule Daze And had +uh puf on shoes! And fhen we mel wi+h C.D.B. A solid, por+ly gen+ l An' lois of 'feemale feechers, foo lfhe men 'ro war had wenfl. An' fhar we larned fuh go wifh gurls An' sfay ouf laie a+ nife An' how fuh bang a locker shef An' how fuh cuss an' file. We olien snuk frum sfuddy hall An' sumfimes snuk frum skule We larned fo play a iuke box good An' how fo win af pool. "Gene" larned io whisfle like a wolf "Shari-L" larned fhe "soulful look" An' when our "schoolin"' goi 'loo dull We somefimes looked in books. Buf now we're 'boui' fer grad-chu-are Our Hi Skule daze is dun An' if our heads h'ain'f packed real +igh+ By cracky, we've had fun! i241 Class Will I We, lhe class of I948, of Napoleon High School in lhe Counly of Henry and lhe Slale ol-Ohio, being of sound mind and memory and considering lhe uncerlainly ol lhis frail and lransilory Iile and hoping lo graduale sooner or laler from said High School do, lherelore, make, ordain, publish and declare, this lo be our lirsl and lasl Will and Teslamenl: Firsl, we order and direcl all our iusl and uniusl debls lo be paid. ' Second, since we as a class have no malerial properly lo dispose ol, we all lhe more cheerfully do hereby dispose ol lhe inlangible assels and liabililies in lhe loilowing prescribed manner: LOIS AGLER bequealhes her posilion al lhe head of lhe lisl lo her brolher, Dewey. LORNA BADENHOP bequealhes her quiel manners lo Bob Gilson. HENRIETTA PLASSMAN wills her dainly, 'Fairylike ways lo Dick Borris. VERA MAE KRAEGEL bequealhes her blond hair lo Carolyn Badenhop. MARJORIE SHUMAKER wills her primness lo Helen Marie Mitchell. LOUISE ELLIN6 wills her secrelarial ambilions lo succeed her sisler Eleonore as assislanl lo Mr. Tilus lo Louise Rausch. DARLENE DETMER awards her gracefulness and alhlelic abilily lo Bruce Honeck. CLEO EISAMAN regrellully resigns her prerogalive lo receive phone calls and lan mail from Barlon Corners lo Velma Walker. DONALD DIERINGER bequealhes his vigorous slruggles lo acquire an educalion lo poslerily. ELAINE DREWES disposes of lhe secrel of her chic appearance by olilering il lo "Sarge" Zimmer. JULIAN WILFORD wills his quiel nalure lo Ellsworlh Milchell. HELEN SEHLMEYER is inclined lo dish oul her lacililies lo moislen dry lonsils al Red and Ted's lo Earl Babcock. JOAN BAIR bequealhes her surplus of romances lo Marilyn Gaede. MARLENE PALMER and EVELYN PANNING beslow lheir conlagious giggles upon Kennelh Dye and Waller Freylag. RIA RITA HESS wishes lhe honor and headaches ol ediling "The Buckeye" upon Jeanie Kerr. JOYCE VAN STREADER leaves lo Elaine Niebel her unused supply ol' lip slick. GENE MOHLER bequealhes his baskelball shoes lo Dick Radel. TOM McCOY bequealhes his excess vocabulary lo anyone who can lime his arrival for classes lo lhe splil second. JIM STURDAVANT bequealhes his poelic abilily lo Melvin Frulh. ROBERT DIETRICH bequealhes his inleresls in Belly Hill, his "One and Only" lo no one . . for lhe presenl. RICHARD EICKOFF wills his propensily lor gossip lo lhe edilor of lhe "Wildcal Chal". MERL BAUMAN herewilh places his clarinel coronel upon lhe brow ol Donna Marie Meineke. HERBERT HUDDLE and ROGER JAQUA bequealh lheir mechanical ingenuily lo Maureen Beck. NORMAN MEYERS bequealhes his bass drum lo Lynnn Wallers. ED HOOVER bequealhes one ol his roller skales lo anyone who has dililicully in remaining uprighl on lwo skales on lhe Ridgeville skaling rink. JOANNE HAASE and DOROTHY REINKING bequealh lheir cheerleader suils lo anyone who likes lo dig cinders oul of lheir knees. MARILYN SANEHOLTZ is disposed lo place her queenly crown upon Marian Spencer. MARJORIE DEW bequealhes her pleasing plumpness and good manners lo Doris Arps, 'feeling lhal il' would be apprecialed on bus No. 4. DONNAINSMALL and BOB SMALL enlrusl lillle Miss Junior lo lhe care of Napoleon's line slalf of leac ers. MARY ELLA KNEPLEY beslows her pulchrilude on anyone who is unable lo purchase a sulilicienl supply al lhe drugslore. BARBARA BALDWIN regrelfully parls wilh her dramalic abilily lo porlray "The Ride of Paul re- vere" and beslows il upon Larry Palmer. PAUL JOHNSON bequealhes his posilion al Shall's lo Dick Swick. DONNA LAYTON offers lhe remainder of her peroxide lo Jim Genuil. JULIAN BOCKELMAN bequealhes his love for lelling lall lales lo Miriam Kruse. l25I y - X A . A in fx Q ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBFIAFIY Cf GEN QW? gIIIIINHWHIHIIHIWINIIIIHIWW!!WHIIINHIKWIHHI wwf JJ, M ,, Q '1,,,qgIL3L33391E62j9f31 ga W MMM N LLL L ff L LLL N IW glc ikpol -51948, if HQQTQ 'L M Egg l ""Vfl5,, igfxii is Xu Q MQLQQQLQHEL YO F fflvj? Q F Us if Lil 'R Q2 Wwigxfglmii Q X Q- Lb 3 S. by 'E WK XX if' J m 22 F659 5 if F ff S ' '4-WMM tW fi H si. Q, f!? Q ' E LPW 1 J7?7 QF ww UA VQLJAB . 21 Z figs i E4 3, P 'M Q wfwvij Qi L f L L42 I Q? fa NL L IQWMK K og Q YW X wld' QU 3235? 50 Ji U Eg Av. M i, fwiwiywwhgw 53 EQ 2 L ii W W fin N? KJMWLQQXLZF R Class Will REVA GUNTER granfs her proiiciency in obfaining fha? engagemenf sparlcler +o Darlyn Fruih. VIVALINE FUNCHION bequeaihes her fyping dexierify 'ro Fred Spurgeon. JOAN HOWE favors Marilyn Bernius wi+I1 her inieresl in Ihe male populaiion of Liberiy Cenfer. MARILYN GUNTER 'rransfers her usher's flashlighi io Carolyn Howe. NORMA JEAN FRENCH and JOANN HEFFLINGER bequeafh 'Iheir Business Law book io Mr. Tifus. Tifus. KENNETH HAHN requesfs Henry Oberhaus io carry on 'Ihe Joe E. Brown Iradilion in a worihy manner. PAUL SHARTZER bequearhes his briIIian+ running achievemeni on lhe ioo+baIl field fo Pep Weaver. NORMAN IMBROCK gladly wills his capaciiy 'fo chew bubble gum lor any ofher Irindi Io Mr. Cuiif, who so oilen admired his masiicaling achievemenis. JACK SCHEID leaves 'ro Chalmer Bauman a bo'HIe of genuine Sfandard Brands "ca+ch-up." FRANCIS ZOLL generously presenis 'fo Keiih Rohrs a goodly supply of leaiher soles and rubber heels and hopes they will "Ias+". NANCY POHLMAN bequeaihes her debafing abilifies +o Dick Wachfman. May if improve his logic. DOROTHY HUETER bequeaihes her iournalism papers fo anyone who has a semi" big enough fo carry fhem. MARY LEE BUCKMASTER bequeafhes her ariisfic abilify fo her cousin, Jim HoeFfeI. MELVIN BRINK leaves his science of conducting "locker cha'Is" under adverse circumsiances io Sam McCoy. LEROY DACHENHAUS bequeafhes fo his broiher, Roberi, Ihe sage advice ihal 'Ihere are limes when silence is golden. JANIEN SHELT bequeaihes her bafon 'Io Mary Befh Snyder. Long may she siruf. JIM OSBORN bequeaihes his job ai Krogers 'ro Wes Spangler. JOANN WULFF and DOROTHY KOPPENHOFFER leave rheir regularly visiied booih af Faubles fo ihe Freshman girls. PAT WATSON bequeafhes her business coniacis, and affendani' headaches lo Mr. Hawver. BOB SEIPLE bequeafhes his brislr milifary siride fo Irma Isenhari. BETTY JEAN GLANZ bequeaihes her excess weighi' fo Alfred Miller. DICK GRANT besiows a generous porlion of his crimson blushes upon Janice Tribby. AUDREY BERNIUS leaves her well exercised vocal cords ai 'the disposal of Ihe Napoleon High cheering seciion. JON CREAGER bequeaihes his smiIe 'Io Jack Ward. JENNIE LEE CORTRIGHT wills her posiiion as Glee Club accompanisi io Joan Sfeinbrecher. MARY LOU BUCHENBERG bequeaihes her dimples fo Helen Crawford. CAROLYN SAUBER bequeafhes her "Deu+scl1" 'Io Fraeulein Esiher Safiler. LAUREL SHORT wills his love for algebra and unlrnown facfors +o Lois Baumgardner. JIM THORNTON disfribules his powers of perseverance fo rhe subs on fhe Foofball Squad. VIRGINIA DAVIS bequeafhes her senior year in Home Ec. fo Joan Cordes. ROBERT HOOVER leaves fo Coach Nelson any signals or cues which he may have missed in ihe pasi' season. MARTHA SATTLER bequeaihes her shorf curls 'ro Janei' Taylor. MARVIN OBERHAUS bequealhes his sense of humor fo Margie Chubb. DICK OWENS bequeaihes his neducaied foe" io ihe 'lufure N.H.5. foofball Ieams. May fhaf poini beai' Defiance again. I26I Walfuae Qeafut ,...e2.. iasapwggs 6 E f-4X6 y 'I 3 " Sw " 5 I gg, 1 ,...3?.iZ.. 5eNioRS! 'HND 7ouRSelv4 iN CaTPA'fCH + Ave 1-Hess yovf SEQRQT Amlamor , 'ffme W" LL Walfuae Weau I .. L7 X N 'bv l Sw Q . xlhck , V .vL, ww w QA L' Q ' u gg KK S , X x 2 XA f3.?- fi g , 1553, X D ' 0 Z! A X. Y 7 l C 54, xx fx , ff f , WL Pm WX Walme Qeau 1 1 Hia W 1 x QB Qu G , f L: gs jam 3+ 6 mf J lf Kai? "VN 1 Q Q., f V jyywswff J ,, Q W W ii 5 ff Q Q Q3 ff 'iff Q. ca j ,T ,4 as xr X wx! Q X if A 5 , Hr!! 5511 ,f JJ' 'A I' N1 K , AM M x -W Nd Qazuw Www S E' X Va All jk n - ,gif EUDIGS XX Q A W- f ! Wff f -+ fini V RQ? .Q 7 , Alf, f Q b ..?, T P U 3 " ,, "2 f Pl wji ,Wm - fi 755' 'N ' . X f V W mfg A Z X Q Z - we 1 . lk -gm-.fJM" RX 1' X ' ff' ', 1 1 'fri -Q Fmaus X VN ' , I U-f n V' x fx X" wg -EN 'Y ,fx A V N A ... cf J MN 1 ffm , f gf b PLT Av , I ,,,, 1 D Cl ! Q . .. -,JJ ,. fl! ll X -uf-Jw Q Ya I 'If if - H f 1 J W , 1" X I ' LL if.-Z L N 'hw ..., Had' g X 2 ' X Juniors C. P. Cochran - - - - - Presideni' Marge Chubb - - - Vice Presideni' Donna Panning - - - Secreiary Irene Hue+er - - - - Treasurer A 1. X . W4 1, R MQW qfkf x NN ,X LXR J L Q L X e A X L Q X 3 MJ- 7"'iN', e e Q -H e F X 7 3 Nb? el ' rx iv YT 731K N Ax 2 '16 777 R 1 W , -if f . 4 X ki . f W L V IL 2 Wx' Me T3' 1 wxL1A,KlLjl -R A ,nz r Q .,,,. . .Q 5, . x. . - M. sPeNceR A ' L. RAuscH "' R. HAHN J- 'ff - . A. ., T. Reese Q e fr 1 .- 5' M. sb. ' M L S' 3 .-, A .. q M. enum-1 Vg, V, .lg-,, .' L e. BABCOCK L. - L .. -, 'Q 2 1 M, 9, ,5 - A J 'wr .,..1 B. CUNNINGHAM rf' M Q, 5 A gf. , L L Hoovea iff' ., 7 Ti ., 'f W " ' " L 1 'ff' J ' ' f -ff .. . ' 5 . 534 3' E 'L H. FARRISON J. TAYLOR D. HILL M. CHUBB '- ' L. BOCKELMAN . L. BAUMGARDNER 6. BOCKELMAN A , E, e. MITCHELL V 1 1 x L M. MYeRs - fi Q P. aARReTT . c. Howe XL? .. ,. .eL" L 1, 5 B. BANKeY I . X .,.. L' D. RADEL . J A ... 3 me J. MeNGeRlNK LEM ' M L 'W fri. B' H"-L i i?' f"2 "" ".1i L AN D- WURAUCH 3 . " . . 1 .e J . A V . I. ISENHART 4 fy 1 V Q L. , ,e .- ,W J. GENUIT 5 1- 3,2 if J J tl' QQ e. sosr fav . e v H e. KoPPeNHoeeR ' A E - 16' X I ' :" R D PANNING ,Q - 3 5: - '18 K. Ron-:Rs ' , A 1 , A if J J. WULFF .x ' 'rp .': :' k . - L 4 . . W 'GW A fk' ' f' l32l M. HESS - E. SPURGEON Q L. DAc:I-IENI-IAus . I. ' I .. L. RICKENBURG fav '1 A 'ff' .N , Ak. B. GILSON A D ERUTI-I -I A .-A I I ' If' NA "J, " 'fm J. SCI-IEELE 'Tb - Q!" if. . . .QA 1 D. MEINEKE 'I' ' 1, Q1 - ff' g 9222: I .A "' . li c. COCHRAN . P. GRAY '73 1 Ia ' ., D D. MILLER is L - J. TRIBBY "J A "' 'R a . FV ., - . ' .. 1' A v. WALKER . . J ' S D. FRANZ V ,N A, 5 ,., ,, ,R ik N. DAVIS ' I I " 1 . 3 . K B. HARDY I 'W . M? -. .J I I J. AUSTERMILLER I-I. MITCHELL up N J. AGLER H. 4 U 5, L. GIBBS 'Ugg' "" A lg. .. E. PANNING D .R if o. MARTIN . ...-A 27' T. I-IOEEEEL 1: . "-' f 5. C' I-I. OBERHAUS . il-I 'V' -, Q -2-Q 'HB' 9' f , I KL , ,J EL fy? - ,E-it iiiPi??Ti1" - D. BELL ' ' Q I. I-IUETER ,, ' N, I. BUCKMASTER V W ' . l' D. DIETRICK mg 'III if A34 A .P . . D. BORRIS H. BOND M. DAMMAN I, I, Ri: F 'R 'Ti . Y my . .-9 1 .... 3 V. . .,t:', W .vw 5 1 .ez ' 'E ,Q dy 3 "-Mk 1 5? X Q gf fs, 'EQ A :J ' I r' . 00 Y 23 .1 3 QQ 1 ' xv, . A 2' Q L ' 'Y 'Q' S' Q Z is .Q f' X 1 . ! LA' B 4. I J. McCOLLEY F. GORDON K. VORWERK W. SPENGLER J. HOEFFEL B. HONECK J. SWICK F. REEVES J. ORWI6 D. THORNTON J. GOMER G. SHINEW K. DYE M. BECK L. GERMANN J. CORDES L. RAUSCH M. GAEDE L. KURBER M. PLASSMAN M. ROHRS J. KERR B. LEFLER R. ZIMMER A. BLISS N. MINNICH M. BARTELS J. STEINBRECHER D. BUCKMASTER A. STOUT l34l Sophomores Es+her SaHler - Dick Swick - - Marvin Weaver 'Dick Mengerink - Treasurer - - Presiden+ - - - Secreiary - - Vice Presidenf Mgt' , V: 4 K f FN 1 fi ,H xv'-' 'X 4 K me ff v ' -f- Jx 21 fciy' nw -2' 4 J x J' I 1 .l . . ' 5 Q' W, 's 'Y . El :'l . nil 6 T. SWICK R. HOOVER H. THORNTON N. BAUMGARDNER M. BEHNFELDT J. WALTIMIRE D. VON DEYLON M. APEL M. BARRETT M. BERNIUS D. MENGERINK F. THORNTON S. WATSON M. KRUSE M. AUGENSTEIN G. BLAIR D. WATCHMAN A. SHOWMAN C. BRINK L. SHAFER I. RIEGER G. JOHNSON L. KRUSE C. FRANZ R. EICKHOFF B. BARTON R. WEIRAUCH M. PLASSMAN A. STURDAVANT G. DIELMAN E. LANGE A. ROHRS C. MOTTER R. DENNIE U. STEVENS M. LANGE C. BADENHOP J. REIMUND J. WARD L. KOLBE R. CARTER M. DIETRICK J. STOCKMAN D. MITCHELL J. FREYTAG T. DONLEY T. SANEHOLTZ J. BAUMAN if cf. 'Sa 5 f 1 , , ,, Q . ff JJ? T 'P .947 " ' 1. ,.. 2, .4. 2, .J was I A 0 - 'Nz'-1 2 X4 is A J --asv f Lvf, ,Hr f -. X' ij I -V fi "'V V jf W ,I L 3 ' 1 1 , , I 37 1 A -mf 3 if I X. .5 Q? sf 1 Presidenf Presidenf Treasurer Secre+ary Z K P L I L w X R M 4 f Y J Q J mi , , .... 5. L.sABcocK . FREYTAG A . M. DAVIS 1 ,, ' I, B. DENNIE f f Q 4 . fs 9 M. MOTTER P. BUCKMASTER B. BISHOP P. SCHULTZ R. DACHENHAUS E. NUISSIS M. AGLER B. NYE J. GUNTER M. WENDT J. HERSHBERGER L. HURST S. McCOY M. COCHRAN B. MACALLISTER F. BADENHOP 'J ,,,. T. FAST . . M. KNIPP 31. "' N. CARROLL J., - c. NEUHAUSER ...N X. I ... ' . . FREYTAG M. HOUGLAND J. GABERS D. HUNER . J J F ? Iq: In . .J 5 I 40 1 C. LATHER M. SPURGEON C. YARNELL C. HOOVER B. BEVELHYMER A. PILLOW A. MILLER K. LANGE L. SELHORST M. WIEMKEN J. HOWE S. BAKER M. BANKEY M. RIEGER IM. SCHMIDT N. DETMER M. LITTLE D. HURST D. FREDRICK R. MILLER B. CREAGER A. VALLANCE R. WULFF M. PUEHLER L. HARMON L. MPEYERS D. sc:-IWABB H. ERWIN gA.2.v5A..i. 'U .ci JQIQII' II . X - ff' I 1.2 T' iz , I J.I I' 'vo K , fx' -1 I. I Ll . . , ', ,jg 2. , ,Q I g lk-eb. ' ' 0 v JI r . M I I 'V -I I I ' I ' I 2 9 I Sk ' fum, 1, si. ' D. WENDT B. ORTHWEIN R. SLIGHT R. NEUHAUSER we 1 f'X S bf' R. KERNS , Q D. LANGE 'ff L. KNEPLEY J: W L L A L. MILLER I I i 5 '37 N. ZACHRICH M. MILLER B. BERNICKE N. MYERS J. TIGNANELLI E. WITTENBUR6 L. DURHAM R. HARDY C. SWARTZLANDER C. WARD M. REICHERT J. VAN DE VELDE R. LANKENAU M. PANNIN6 J. HART B. SANEHOLTZ A. PACEY M. HAHN M. SLIGHT J. HARDY A. BLISS I42I X 3 ' A IQX asf! 835 W '35 iggghf 2712250 'J I . alan. X' X X 'Sje- f f , M-M Eighth Grade TOP ROW: H. Meyers, D. Diersch, D. Barnes, W. Johnson. ROW 5: R. Adams J. Funchion, M. Smirh, B. Sleinbrecher, L. B:ckelman, R. Polker, A. Howell, D. Young, E. Heslerman, N. Hefflinger, H, Miller, L. Grubaugh, T. Sharher, B. Freer, T. Honeck, N. Roessing. ROW 4: S. Delvenfhal, J. Ausfermiller, J. Fanning, M. Lange, A. Lange, L. Knepley, L. Germann, J. Phillips, G. Willeman, M. Gessner, J. Christy, H. Bankey, L. Shelf, G. Zachrich, J. Rifier. ROW 31 L. Boulden, M. Billig, S. Bernicke, B. Bunn, P. Sharpe, D. Durham, A. Riggs, J. Dachenhaus, K. Hefflinger, J. Palmer, F. Crcssland, H. Funchion, G. Jennings, C. Plassman, I. Srockman, F. Gordon, P. Radel. ROW 2: R. Hunrer, J. Huddle, C. Dille, L. Showman, M. Scarf, E. Buckmasrer, M. Freyfag, R. Freylag, V. Wirrenburg, L. Lanzer, L. Dieringer, L. Hafcher, C. Yackee, D. Barnes, M. Walker, A. Germann. ROW I: P. Warner, M. Dierrick, M. McHenry, C. Puehler, L. Dielrich, E. Panning, M. Davis, R. Huefer, J. Hoy, D. Watch- man, A. Miller, K, Keller, B. Rogers, M. Babcock, J. Brink, C. Helberg, D. Baker. Seventh Grade TOP ROW: W. Flinl, S. Bockelman, R. Dickey, S. Hefflinger, J. Gallagher, P. Niebel, R. Dachenhaus. ROW 4: N. Dillion, C. Eberly, J. Bankey, R. Veigel, C. Mann, J. Keller, I. Kenr, R, Blue, S. Land, F. Welsread, M. Elling, J, Shafer, S. Ward, J. Mullefl, E. Sfephey, S. Babcock, M. Swarlzlander, J. Lefler, B. Behrens. ROW 3: L. Baldwin, J. Bowles, P. Leonard, P. Gillespe, E. Thornion, N, Campbell, M. Lange, S. Dye, E. Kruse, M. Bab- cock, E. Osr, L. Babcock, Y. Hoodlei, M. Honeck, J. Frufh, E. Waikins, J. Shumaker. ROW Z: R. Durham, E. Freyfag, L. Fisher, J. Zachrich, M. Hann, J. Myers, J. McColley, R. Miller, D. Arps, J. Thompson, A. Miller, E. Srevens, J. Lindner, S. Defmer, K. Kurber, G. Conkey, M. Armifage. ROW I: C. Corfrighr, N. Sfurdavanf, R. Yocum, R. Travis, V. Bauman, A. Hagen, J. Eckerf, D. Bosf, R. Carler, L. Frulh, J. Slighf, R. Joseph, R. Hershberger, D. Larher, D. Dieringer, P. Hahn, R. Plassman. I. N. H. S.'s own Buck Rodgers. 2. Hi Handsome! You foo, Norm. 3. A'goin' +o school. Jo, you're goin' fhe wrong way l45l Buckeye 1947-48 r - - - Ha Hess ' ess Manag Waison V I ,f i fN.u ' I 6155 ww f Mm 9 Q K I 9 gl aw E ,if f J vw Q N Y -K., N m ' N ' .N ' 1 K m 1 . ' MJ I F 5 K 7- l 4 4149 I 1 Jim 553 1 r 40761: uw gl , af ,. ' We! N X55 vi - ' "- ' DV' 5 1' X QW? Q ff wf XX N A 45 G ' ,X f. ,- ifl NH .fNkAif-x,L,,lQhiN' S X Band PROFESSOR LOMBARDI Once again fhe Napoleon High School Band has proved i'I'self fhe besi' in Norfh- wesfern Ohio. Wi+h Hs new uniforms adding much glamor, ihe band made many irips 'lo fhe various homecomings and brough+ back highesi' honors each fime. We are es- pecially proud of +he honors won by 'Them a+ Sandusky and fhe frophy won a+ fhe Toledo Aquarama. The large crowds al' 'Phe foo+ball games were again en+er'rained by +heir 'Fine formafions a+ ihe half-'I'ime. A+ an apprecia+ion dinner given for +he band, Professor Mike Lombardi was pre- senfed a wrisf wa+ch as a 'loken of apprecia+ion from fhe music lovers of Napoleon. There is somefhing abou? fhe band ihaf is hard ro describe, buf if is always fhere. The spiri+, fhe cooperafion, and +he work. I+ all makes fhe organizafion one of 'ihe very besi in Napoleon High School. ' l48l 'AIDHFS fi W 4' , riffs? .,.,. ...Ax of Q... Kish YY QQ' WWW Janie-n Shelf, Jo Gomer, Phylis Gray, Mary Befh Snyder Janien Shelf Top: Band Members l491 A '15 nw he f . --9-1.-. fs' -1- ' v- X" f 2- A Af P' 92 jj' iw.: 'ffgfi ff ' ' ,113 , f ,Sf ' 0 . 4g 'P URS- X ' b f - - I ' .. AE x..W..,n3 AL 'O Q Zigi? 35 H E i, 'Q S' N. ,, , - ' , , Q, 2 Y- fm'-,Q + tg -L' V , YQ 1 Tip 'fs VN- fi ' f +V. wink, f , - Q 'QW ', " . f - I' j 1 ' 1 1 - 2 L, , 1 if ' 3 I 1 1 5 Q 1 . DRUGS: ' ' . 'E E 0 Ms. ' ...EI . V 1 " . Q 392 ff'?ms ,x we 5 t ,, ,, ,M L: - ,ff . 6' 4 , Back Row: J. Orwig, L. Boclselman, T. Reese, B. Taylor. Row 2: J. Sfeinbrecher, H. Bond, L. Gibbs, W. Freyfag, O. Marlin, J. Bauman, M. Dielsch, J. Eber- wine, D. Hursf. Row I: E. Niebel, l. lsenharf, M. Spencer, M. Saffler, G. Boclnelman, N. Pohlman, M. Bauman. Qrchestra As one of fhe more exclusive music organiza+ions of lhe school, fhe orcliesira has comple+ed ano+her successful year. Wiih new music and 'rwo praciice sessions a week, 'rhe members were able 'ro offer a varied program a+ The many places where 'they performed. Clubs of 'rhe fown could always depend on 'lhe orchesira fo give a fine performance ai iheir special meeiings and dinners. The air of 'lension during 'fhe class plays was lified by +he orches+ra's music. The orchesira of Napoleon will always be one of ihe bes+, because Hs members lrnow how +o appreciaie good music. l5'l lil Uv .Q 'iff el l .,g.- e.. Qi vw., fx, Y , cr 41.9, .0 I ' 2 Top Row: J. Boclrelman, C, Kelley, D. Owens, G. Russell, D. Wendf, L. Kurber, J. Creager, L. Dachen- i, haus, J. Ward, M. Oberhaus. Row 3: P. Johnson, J. Scheicl, T. Fasf, M. Bauman, H. Bond, T. Hoelifel, T. Reese, R. Eiclrhoff, T. Sane- holh, H. Huddle, J. Tignanelli, B. Creager, D. Agler, L. Bockelman, C. P. Cochran, B. Gilson, K. Dye, R. Lanlrenau, D. Huner. Row 2: F. Thornfon, J. Slurdavanf, J. Genuir, F. Zoll, G. Mohler, P. Sharfzer, N. lmbroclz, J. Gabers. D. Swick. Fronr Row: Mr. Davis, S. McCoy, D. Wafchman, S. Baker, L. Meyers, H. Thornion, F, Spurgeon, W. Taylor. B Q 6. Mohler ---- Presidenl' P. Sharfzer - - Secrefary-Treasurer M. Bauman - - Social Chairman Glee . . M. Oberhaus - Social Chairman D. Owens - Vice Presideni U The Boys' Glee Club ihrough fhe careful supervision of Mr. Davis and lhe guid- ance of Presideni Gene Mohler, has done much 'ro in+eresl' boys in singing and in- froduce rhem +o good music which in la+er life may be more enioyable. A greaf deal of inreresr and enfhusiasm was shown in +he numerous concerfs, dances and parries which proved +0 be very successful +hroughou+ fhe year. 1521 15. . v 4 v if lg If 4 6' Top ,Row: L. Germann, A. Sfouf, M. Diefsch, R. Hess, J. Haase, J. Shelf, E. Drewes. Row 5: E. Niebel, N. Baumgardner, I. lsenhari, J. Sfeinbrecher, M. Bosf, V. Loudon, V. Funchiqn, R. Gunier, N. French, J. Hefflinger, N. Pohlman, M. Saffler, M. Augensfein, E. SaHler, R. Neu- hauser. Row 4: R. Weirauch, A. Lekka, F. Gordon, H. Sehlmeyer, E. Wiffenberg, M. Diefrich, M. Bernius, P. Ferguson, N. Meyers, J. Orwig, K. Vorwerk, J. Bauman, P. Barreff, V. Walker, B. Hill. Row 3: M. Knepley, F. Reeves, J. Gomer, M. Wiemken, B. Dishop, M. Schubbe, A. Bernius, M. Wendi, H. Farison, M. Commadoll, M. Barreff, L. Kolbe, A. Bliss, L. Harmon, Mr. Davis. Row 2: I. Buckmasler, M. Hegle, J. Cor+righ+, M. Saneholfz, J. Freyfag, L. Babcock, J. Kerr, M. Chubb, J. Ausfermiller, J. Taylor, M. Beck, M. Meyer, C. Neuhauser, P. Schulh, D. Lay+on. Row I: M. Reicherf, H. Plassman, D. Reinking, H. Crawford, B. Saneholfz, A. Showman, M. Spencer, C. Lafher, A. S+urdavan+, M. Gaede, C. Swarhlander, M. Puehler, D. Meineke, J. Tribbey, B. Baldwin. I Q M. Spencer Social Chairman J. Corfrighf - - Presidenf R. Augensfein Social Chairman N. Pohlman - - Secrelary Glee . J. Taylor - - - Treasurer ' B . Neuhauser News Reporfer u D. R inking - - - - Vice Presidenf The Girls' Glee Club fhis year has been one of +he besf Napoleon High School has ever had. Under +he direc+ion of Mr. Davis, fhe girls have developed +heir voices and have become in+eresfed in good music. This year was fhe firs+ year ihe Glee Club has acfed as a regular club. Through- ou+ +he year ii has sponsored dances, sold +icke+s +0 concerfs, had par+ies and pre- senfed a concer'l'. ln 'Phe 'Fuiure we hope fhis organizafion will con+inue Hs good work, and be a benefif +o lhe school and 'Phe communi+y. l53l Back Row: L. Selhorsl, L. Boclnelman. Row 2: H. Bond, L. Gibbs, VV. Freylag, O. Marlin. Row I: D. Meineke, J. Eberwine, D. Hursf, M. Bauman, M. Diefsch. X Serenaders "Wha+ would we do 'wifhouf fhem? We would be dancing +o records fhafs whaf. The Serenaders played a+ fhe affer-+he-game dances, and many ofher school affairs. They kepl up on all lhe lalesf hils of +he day and sfill played some of lhe old "smoo+hies." Yes, our Serenaders were good!! Thanks a lol kids. l 54 l Student Council The fundamenial purpose of ihe S+uden+ Council is fo provide democrafic experi- ence for siudenis 'rhrough pariicipaiion in +he managemeni' of iheir school affairs. A general grouping of specific purposes are +o furnish ci+izenship fraining, allow pu- pils +o par+icipa+e in or manage ex+ra-curriculum affairs, promoie general welfare, provide 'For pupil expression, furnish a working model of governmen+ and oiher mis- cellaneous funcfions. The Siudenl' Council, wilh ihe cooperaiion of ihe siudeni' body and under 'ihe supervision of Mr. Tiius, compleied ihe elevenih year of Siudeni Council work in N.H.S. The Council siaried 'ihe season wilh a successful homecoming. They fhen underioolc ihe insfallaiion of a Public Address Sysfem which was formally dedicaied November fwelffh. Their nexi major underfaking was an amaieur program which was held 'ihe lirsi of February. The iiffh of April 'fhe Council sponsored a Spring Carnival. Lasl' bul' noi leas+ a one hundred dollar scholarship was awarded 'io ihe mosi' deserving senior. M. Spencer - - Secreiary N. lmbrocl: - - Vice President C. P. Cochran - - Treasurer M. Bauman - - President Back Row: Mr. Tiius, M. Chubb, M. Spencer, H. Plassman, M. Wendi, E. Drewes, N. Pohlman, M. Augensfein, M. Saneholiz, J. Freyiag, C. Sauber. Fronl' Row: N. lmbroch, M. Oberhaus, D. Mengerinlr, L. Kurber, C. P. Cochran, H. Bond, D. Swich, M. Bauman. lil 11n x ,s1u1i1i1+,i fv1mar'1 . if in QV' 1' 'N - IJ' rf -Qfwfmgwm . l . ,J . . ir, 5 1 vi f si'- E , :As 9.5 , x if I f ,f ' X'il:'1 1 ' aw-Q'- -wmunpp. "'4K'vx- 1. , j, ' ,Q 2 f .... i ,-sd a ll N ' . 'ff 1 . . 1-:lx " 1 A B ' ' i s-fvmusnauf ' ' I X. v ll kb ' 9' R a A . , . ' x , fm . in N ,V ...v Oli' Sw: " ' .nw s ' ' -as ,V e Xkaluvlfm KW W H 1 k 'x .al :un at J '07 ' f" l!?iLfm"A wi fav Yr.. ' fi 5' Top Row: G. Blair, G. Russel, B. Funchion, E. Lange, L. Joseph, E. Meyer, J. Sfockman. Row 2: B. Bevelmeyer, M. Cordes, B. Byron, M. Bauman, C. Bauman, R. Dielrich, M. Helberg. Row I: L. Hafcher, J. Schwabb, L. Palmer, L. Sonnenberg, M. Davis, R. Eickhoff, L. Derringer, O. Marlin. F. F. A. The Fufure Farmers of America whose purpose and aim is +he developmenf of agriculfural leadership, co- operafion and ci+izenship, have had a successful year under fhe careful supervision and cooperalion of 'I'heir advisor Mr. Dunham and Presiden+ Merl Bauman. This is fhe fhird successive year for +he Pareni-Son Banquet which is in+ended io be an annual affair. They also enfered +he Sfale Livesroclr and Vegefable Judging Confesf, +he Disfrici Parliamenlary Procedure Confesf, +he Dfsfrici Lives+ock Confesf and 'lhe Counfy Pesi Hunf, in which numerous prizes were won. We wish you luclr, Fu+ure Farmers of America! I 56 l Baclr: M. Bauman - Presidenl M. Cordes E. Lange - - L. Joseph O. Marlin C. Bauman Secrefary Vice Presidenf - - Treasurer Club Repor+er - - Senfinel g F. H. A. The Fulure Homemalrers of America is lhe nafional organizalion of sludenls siudying home- malzing in junior and senior high schools of 'fhe U. S. and Terrilories. I+ has as Hs purposes, io pro- mole a growing apprecialion of fhe ioys and saiisfaclions of homemalcing, +o emphasize ihe im- pcrlance of worihy home membership, +o encourage democracy in home and community life, 'lo work for good home and 'family life for all, fo promole infernafional good will, fo fosfer the de- velopmenf of crea+ive leadership in home and communiry life, io provide wholesome individual and group recreafion, and 'io 'furfher inferesi in home economics. The local chapfer of F.H.A. meefs fwice monfhly for social and business purposes. In Decem- ber fhe F.H.A. sponsored a Chrisfmas lea for 'the morhers of members of 'lhe organizalion. This affair is a fradifion of fhe N.H.S. group. The club confribules fo social life of ihe school by spon- soring school dances. This year fhey enfered a floai for +he homecoming parade. In March lhey enleriained F.H.A. chaplers from organized clubs +hroughou+ fhe counry, having previously senl a large group fo ihe firsf counfy meefing lasl' fall. Badenhop Niebel - Baumgardner Sfouf - - Chubb - Buchenburg Hisiorian - Treasurer - Secreiary News Reporler Vice Presideni - - Presidenl' Top Row: C. Swarrzlander, R. Hardy, M. Miller, L Germann, H. Mifchell, M. Diefsch, N. Pohlman, M. Salller, P. BarreH. Row 4: B. Nye, A. Lelvka, N. Baumgardner, M. Slighf A. Sfouf, I. Rieger, B. Hardy, P. Ferguson, J McColley, V. Louden. B. Cunningham, F. Gordon R. Neuhauser. Row 3: E. Bosf, E. Niebel, J. Bauman, E. Wiffenburg M. Rieger, M. Burlzholder, M. Bernius, J. Gomer P. Gray, J. Kerr, M. Chubb, A. Bliss, M. Barrel? M. Commadoll. Row 2: C. Yarnell, M. Knipp, J. Freyfag, C. Neuhau- ser, M. Wiemken, M. Reichert M. Diefsch, J. Rei- mund, D. Layfon, M. Hess, B. Hill, C. Eisaman R. Gunfer, N. Davis. Row I: Mrs. Sfockmeier, J. Gunfer, P. Buckmasrer, C Badenhop, M. Plassman, M. Puehler, C. Brink, C Lafher, D. Fruih, J. Tribby, A. Showman, A. Srur- davanl. YANG! Hn lGi"""" fm, A f f - if is., .V , - . . . f.. A L F-.-2.q.,.J-5 ' F. l J ' is If ' A rg., s ffjl ' if 'F' 5 .J ff- I 'I a .A ,sl A A :,al I 1 .vw I an A L ,Q K M of 7 I sf.. T N, , 5 A M- . . f -f , ' M A' .f 4 ' f ,px . . ,Q v l' 3 6 f A fs ,4 Af iw.-, Q 3 i"i' ' 'Wi Q4 Q.,-.g 1 HB1 We 'Q . Advisor-P. Heckler P. Sharher, Vice President M. Oberhaus, President L. Dachenhaus, Treasurer, G. Mohler, Chaplain, D. Owens, Sergeanf-af-arms. Row: D. Grant D. Borris, L. Dachenhaus, D. Owens. 4: P. Sharher, J. Creager, T. Hoeffel, B. Honeck, L. Rausch, L. Kurber, M. Oberhaus. 3: L. Bockelman, H. Bond, D. Miller, R. Jaqua, J. Scheid, D. Buckmasfer, R. Gilson. 2: Mr. Heckler, J. Genuif, D. Bell, F. Koppenhofer, D. Radel, C. P. Cochran, L. Gibbs, F. Zoll, T. Reese. Row I: J. Agler, J. Wulff, J. Mengerink, J. Swick, M. Brink, G. Mohler, K. Dye, J. Scheele. Hi-Y The Hi-Y under fhe supervision of ifs advisor, Mr. Heckler, and presiden+ Marvin Top Row Row Row Oberhaus, has done much +o creaie, main'l'ain and exfend +hroughou+ fhe school and communiiy, high s+andards of Chrislian relarionship. This Year +he Hi-Y has seni cards fo 'the parienfs in +he hospifal each week and have sponsored several dances during ihe school year. The Hi-Y officers aHended +he Hi-Y convenfion af Columbus and also fo Camp Nelson Dodd fo furfher fheir fraining and knowledge in leadership. i531 IRWUA age as - y .r' 'Mag' if Q fa.. K i .W I 25 I :I Q, 1: . I Y I X 'I' fi I T K li - Q . T1 I Advisor-K. Couri M. Saneholfz, President J. Ausferniiller, Social Chairman: J. Bau- man, Secrefaryg C. Sauber, Treasurer: K. Vorwerk, Vice President Back Row: M. Augenslein, M. Salfler, U. Sfevens, K. Vorwerlx, I. lsenharl, J. Orwig, J. Sfeinbrecher, J. Bauman, M. Saneholh, L. Kolbe, E. Saffler, E. Niebel, M. Bernius, P. Ferguson, C. Sauber, J. Gomer, E. Drewes, R. Hess, J. Taylor, M. Dielsch, N. Pohlman, A. Bernius, B. Baldwin, J. Haase, Miss Court Row 2: M. Chubb, J. Kerr, M. Hess, B. Lefler, M. Commadoll, M. Barretf, J. Bockelman, H. Craw- ford, M. Myers, H. Farison, M. Diefriclr, A. Sfurdavanl, R. Carrer, H. Plassman, D. Reinking, P. Wafson, J. Corfrighf. Row I: J. Wulff, M. Knepley, H. Sehlmeyer, J. Tribby, D. Frufh, M. Kruse, A Showman, M. Spencer, D. Fanning, D. Meineke, J. Ausfermiller, I. Buclzmasfer, L. Rickenberg. Y-Teens The Y-Teens had a very successful year wi'fh fheir many differenf acfivifies. They sponsored a bake sale. several dances of which one was fhe "Sock" dance, and had fhe complefe responsibilify of The sfand ai foofball games. The organizafion changed iis name The pasi year from G.R. Io Y-Teens due fo Ihe fad Ihaf Ihey wanfed fo remain under fhe Y.W.C.A. The aim of The Y-Teens is 'ro malre beHer women, fhru helping ofhers and sharing and growing in friendship. I59I CTITIBI1 The Deufsche Verein is a newly organized club of ihe German classes under lhe supervision of Miss Colvin. Hs aims are lo undersiand and speal: German more clearly, srudy ihe German cusfoms, furiher inferesis in Germany's culfure and and col- leci food and clofhing 'lo send fo needy families in Germany. In fhe school year fhe organizafion has senf sev- eral boxes io Germany, masiered an innumerable amouni of songs in German, presenied a program of German Chrisfmas carols over ihe P.A. Sysiem and have in iheir command a sufficienf knowledge of German scripr fo wriie if legibly. I 6 0 GERMAN CLUB Top Row: Miss Colvin, M. Saf- rler, R. Hess, E. Drewes, J. Sheli, K. Hahn, P. Johnson. Row 3: E. Safrler, J. Siein- breacher, N. Pohlman, H. Bond, J. Eberwine, M. Ober- haus, L. Bockelman, N. lm- brock. Row 2: A. Bliss, A. Bernius, B. Baldwin, M. Meyers, J. Or- wig, K. Vorwerk, J. Srurda- vanr. Row l: J. Corrrighf, C. Sau- Plassman, P. War- ber, H. son, M. Buckmasfer, D. Rein- king, D. Meineke. D. Reinking - - - Secrefary C. Sauber - - - Presidenr L. Bockelman - Vice Presidenf J. Sfurdavanf, Social Chairman FRENCH CLU B Top Row: D. Wafchman, M. Damman, T. Fasf, A. Pacey, L. Selhorsf. Row 3: Miss Colvin, L. Baum- gardner, A. Bernius, B. Bald- win, R. Augenslein, R. Hess. Row 2: M. Schubbe, M. Agler, B. Dishop, L. Babcock, M. Hougland, P. Schulh, N. Meyer. Row I: M. Wendt, M. Kruse, S, Wafson, I. Buckmasfer, P, Wafson, M. Cochran, B. Saneholfz. P. Schulh - - Vice Presidenf M. Augensfein - Sec'y-Treas. M. Damman - Presidenr French Club This year ihe siudenls of 'rhe French classes have organized a club called 'rhe Cercle Francais. The obieci' of +his club is fo become more 'Familiar wifh French life and French cusfomsg +o be able to speak fhe language more 'fluenflyg and 'fo read ir more easily. Our main proieci rhis year was sending boxes lo various French families af Chrisfmas fime and Easier. We senr six boxes. Arficles mosf wel- comed were clofhing and coffee-bofh of which are scarce in France. We learned some French songs and a few shorf plays. etail The Refailing Club is one of N.H.S.'s newer organizafions. I+ was organized by Mr. Ken- nefh Andrews, and 'the members of his refail- ing class formed the club. H' is +he goal of Mr. Andrews +o help pre- pare 'these sludenfs correcily for 'their 'fuiure iobs. They sold school pins fo +he sfudenis, spon- sored dances. visi+ecl large deparimenf sfores in Toledo and also Forf Wayne. Good luclx, fufure refailersl College The College Club is an organizafion con- sisfing of 'ihe senior English class under fhe supervision of Mr. Johnson. The purpose of 'Phe club is fo aid ihe slu- denfs in selecfing fhe college 'rhey wish fo aHend. In the pas? year fhe members were gues+s of Bowling Green Sfaie Universify for a day. They foured ihe campus and were oFFered fhe use of 'fhe Universify Library. RETAIL lLeff fo righfl: D. Hill, F. Zoll, M. Buchenberg, J. Van Sireader, M. Shumaker, J. Os- born, D. Derringer, N. Meyer, H. Sehlmeyer, J. Howe, Mr. Andrews. Helen Sehlmeyer ---- - - - - - News Reporfer Joan Howe - - Sec'y-Treas. Norman Meyer - Presidenf COLLEGE Back Row: Mr. Johnson, D. Huefer, C. Sauber, E. Drewes, J. Haase, R. Hess, M. Saff- Ier, N. Pohlman. Row 2: M. Saneholh, D. Rein- king, P. Watson, H. Plass- man, M. Buckrnasfer, B. Bald- win, J. Corfrighf, A. Ber- mus. Row I: J. Johnson, K. Hahn, J. Sfurdavanf, M. Oberhaus, N. Imbrock. Barbara Baldwin - Librarian Tom McCoy - Vice Presidenf Doroihy Huefer - President Dorofhy Reinking - Sec'y-Treas. ibll ILWIM ii ' 1.-., 'E f"..tf3.,-77f.'z '.w... . ' '.-fiymza' w Debate The debaie squad, coached by Mr. Hawver, consisied of fhirfy debaiers fhis season, mosr of ihem being iuniors, wifh a squad in each of 'ihe freshmen, sophomore and senior classes. The debaiers had a 'full season of over one hundred debafers. Some of rhese debafes were fournamenis, exhibifions, friangles, and exchanges. The exhibi+ion debaies were made a+ schools where debaie has noi as yef been offered, where ihey hope lo sfari debaie. Due fo 'Phe fad +ha'f mosi' of fhe debaie squad will refurn nexi season, fhe debaiers are looking for a bigger and befier squad nexf year. Science Club The Science Club, an enfirely new and dif- ferenr organizarion, has been added fo ihe lisi of exlra-curricular aciivifies available +o +he siudeni of Napoleon High School. This is ihe firsi one of ifs kind ihai has ever been 'fried oui in +his school sysfem. The members of fhis club hope +o increase rheir knowledge of science, fo learn +o perfecr rheir skills in science, fo give service in fheir communify and nafion, io undersfand +he im- porfance of science in 'their lives, and +o help carry our 'ihe program of Science Clubs of America. This club, ihough sfill in ifs firsf year, is en- larging i+s program of aciivifies and making if beifer and more eliiicienf as the year pro- gresses. Don'+ be surprised if ihe Science Club becomes one of Napoleon High School's lead- ing clulzs in fhe years io come. DEBATE Top Row: N. Pohlman, C, P. Cochran, T. Reese, B. Gil- son, L. Kurber, K. Dye, A. Pacey. Row 2: L. Baumgardner, G. Bockelman, B. Lefler, J.Go- mer, A. Bernius, J. Stein- brecher, M. Saifler, J. Aus- fermiller. Row I: Mr. Hawver, E. Niebel, M. Kruse S. Watson, D. Meineke, B. Baldwin, L. Wal- Ters, D. Wafchman, D. Swick. I-f ?-fl Q I- --7' . Wit W Q55 Ei! 5591: Q 1--v 15 SCIENCE CLUB 5 N Top Row: J. Scheid, L. Kur- ber, D. Hoover. Row 3: Mr. Heckler, C. P. Cochran, H. Bond, R. Jaqua, H. Huddle, B. Honeck, L. X Bockelman. T' i ,,, Row 2: Mrs. Holzer, E. Niebel, J. Bauman, I. Hueier, J. Sleinbrecher, P. Waison, D. Huerer, M. Saifler. Row l: D. Swick, N. Imbrock, N. Meyers, H. Crawford, L. Walfers, J, Eberwine, S. Waf- son, I. Buckmasrer. H. Bond - Program Chairman P. Wafson -- - Secretary Librarian J. Sreinbrecher - L. Shorf ---- Reporfer X N. Imbrock - - Presidenf J. Eberwine - - Treasurer i621 Edifor Dorofhy Huefer QTOP LEFT PiCTUREl Top Row: T. McCoy, R. Hess, E. Drewes, J. Corf- righ+, A. Bernius, J. Haase, J. Bockelman. Row I: Mr. Hawver, P. Wafson, D. Huefer, M. Buclxmader, M. Bauman. Mimeographing Ediior - Ria Rifa Hess Ari Edi+or - Mary Lee Buckmasier Assembly Line ' Elaine Drewes, Audrey Bernius Jennie Corfrughf, Julian Boclrelman I 63 I Top Row Row Row Row Top Row: B. Honeck, C. P. Cochran, D. Owens. Row 2: L. Bockelman, H. Bond, T. Fast E. Drewes. Taylor, V. M. Hegle, Badenhop, Row I: Mr. Ori, J. Orwig, B. Saneholh, M. Spencer, J. Gomer, L. Babcock. -T Q Advisor Mr. Hawver "Buckeye" Edi+or, Ria Rifa Hess Top: Jo Haase, Plwoiography Top Row Row Row Pai Wafson. Business Mgr Annual Staff Row: T. McCoy, T. HoeFfel, J. Bockelman. 3: J. Sfurdavani, M. SaHler, N. Pohlman, R. Hess, J. Haase. 2: Mr. Hawver, E. Drewes, J. Corfriglwi, A. Bernius, D. Hue+er. I: P. Wa+son, M. Bauman, M. Buckmasfer. M53 if in - 1 4, ,sv E .- . WJ 4 5 N ' W-aww' XA Q, ' iw 5 3: a h Lei I lf 671 0 A Wu f-XFQN ?,.,.?.-x ' J 'Q Q31-'C-4 7 fm W f YQ iq N 129 UL vi lf' , 4 XZ fm - K I + im m g + f ' W gm la 'W - YW A is E 1 NI, J '.u,J', C . 1 JU I QW I . J ag , NM V 'il u V 7 1 ff D kb A Z' C3 f 'YB 49 ,Ll 0'-Q-. 4... ..::"-:N Aux .sv X ' ,X X Z R312 sm ' fif, 4 A if : 7sM7'i 1 Q? ' ' - ' ,sw"'J Q ' f U' rp 5 ,Q A ' di .J QQ K , aft . ws-,, Y 1 'lsfff 1732 fr' Vi r ,Xl , A ,. A Y- N Kg' X H ,H -ff J L. 1 X 'ri' N 'f " , Q-QA i.1- A5 4""? R - 4 Q 1 mx K , ., M , L A wx, , yqffs S, f' K x W' Top Row: D. Mengerinlx, E. Lange, J. Waliimire, B BSYFIICKE L Durham K Lange L Kurber E Hoover, J. Tignanelli, T. Donley, C. Moller, T. Schroeder M Weaver B Wulleman Coach Nelson Row 2: C. Buclxenmeyer, J. Thornlon, T. Hoeffel, D Radel J Scheud W Spangler B Barlon D Wendl, L. Schaffer, K. Hahn, C. Kelley, D. Bell, C P Cochran Row I: R. Granf, G. Mohler, N. Minnich, D. Borrls Swlc M Brmlr D SWICK D Welrauc Dachenhaus, P. Sharher, B. Hoover, D. Owens, J Mengerrnlc Sepfember Sepfember Sepfember Oclober Ocfober Ociober Oc+ober Oc+ober November November J Football Scores I2-Whifehouse-Home I 9-Mon+pelier-Away 26-Deflance-Home 3-Libby Reserves - - IO-Liberfy Cenfer-Home I7-Bowling Green-Away 24-Perrysburg-Home 3 I-Brya n-Away - 7-Wauseon-Home - I I-Clay-Home - iw lDick Owens nof picfuredl Coach Nelson I 7 Score of Varsiiy Defiance Game. Men Yea! We Won! For ihe firsi lime in several years +he Napoleon Wildcais 'Foo+ball ieam is +he holder of 'lhe N.W.O.L. championship. Napoleon came 'lhrough wifh eighi' wins and only 2 losses io ieams no'r in lhe league. ln +he 'Firs+ league +ussle +he Naps chalked up 20 poinfs over Mon+pelier's I3. Nex+ vicfims were +he 'rough and revengeful eleven of Defiance, who snarled in+o a I4-O s'lar+, bu+ slunk away defea+ed by a one-poinl margin, ZI-20. Liber+y Cenfer wen+ under easily, 25-0. The Bryan-Napoleon score came as a pleasanl surprise wi+h +he locals hi++ing pay dirl' for 34 poinfs over 'lhe Bears' 0. And 'l'hen fhe grand 'finale game when Napoleon scalped fhe Wauseon lnclians, 37-I3. Paul Sharher, veferan quarler back, won 'lhe D. C. Brown Award for his ou+- sfanding service 'lo his foo+ball +eam ihis year. The 'Cais are losing him along wi+h Leroy Dachenhaus, Bob Hoover, Mel Brink, Dick Grant Dick Owens, and Gene Moh- ler. These boys as well as +he remaining players and +he coaches can be proud of +he hard-foughf achieven-len+ of fhe Wildca+ I947 foofball Team. i721 ohler and Sh.:-'izer un Ac'Hon Ac+ion Plus! A Jumpin' High 4,11 Varsity Squad Varsity Group November December December December December January January January January January January February February February February 28- 2- I2- I9- 26-27 6... 9- I5- 20 23- 30 6- I3- I7- 20 Top: E. Babcock, N. Minnich, C. Cochran, D. Radel Fron'I: D. Granf, D. Owens, G. Mohler, L. Dachenhaus, P. Sharizer Napoleon Hamler-Home - 26 Holgaie-Home - - 34 Liber+y Cen+er-Away 38 Lima S+. Rose-Away 37 Bryan-Home - - - 36 Wauseon-Away - - 38 - Defiance Carnival - Fosioria ---- 34 Defiance ----- 43 Bowling Green-Away 40 Defiance-Away - - 33 Wauseon-Home - 37 Archboid-Away 20 Monfpeiier-Away 28 Defiance-Home - - 45 Liberiy Cenier-Home 36 Bryan-Away - - - 45 DeViIbiss-Home - 37 Monipelier--Home - - - l75I OP pon 40 37 36 73 35 36 46 42 44 28 35 30 36 39 34 54 56 enfs C i X 2, IZ 2 2 Our ampus SP nn ring 1 f' 'J if Reserve Team November December December December January January January January January January February February February February Back row: D. Hoover, L. Shafer, C. Kelley, T. SanehoI+1, G. Johnson, M. Weaver. Fronf row: T. Doneley, O. Marrin, F. Koppenhofer, J. Mengerinlr, D. Mengerink. 28 2 I2 I9 6 9 I5 20 23 30 6 I3 I7 20 Hamler-Home - Holgare-Home - Liberfy Cenfer-Away Lima S+. Rose-Away Bryan-Home - - Wauseon-Away - Bowling Green-Home Defiance--Away - Wauseon-Home - Archbold-Away - Monrpelier-Away Defiance-Home - LIber+y Cenfer-Home Bryan-Away - - DeViIbiss-Home - Mon+peIier-Home Napoleon Oppon 9 30 28 30 20 I4 26 23 ZI 25 22 24 I9 23 I9 2I 32 36 23 20 36 25 26 37 29 I7 38 35 26 45 enfs l si','g.lQlli?a N 'Biff "UP -R Traclc Back Row: O. Marlin, T. Schroeder, T. Reese, N. Minnich, M. Brink, L. Gibbs, P. Sharher, E. Mohler R. Gilson, Coach Andrews. Row 2: M. Weaver, C. Kelley, K. Hahn, E. Hoover, R. Granl, L. Bockelman, D. Owens. Row I: G. Johnson, D. Weirauch, J. Genuif, D. Bell. CIIZCTICBCJCYS "Have we gol' a leam? Yeah man!" And we really had fhe Teams 'lhis year, and our cheerleaders ma'l'ched 'l'hem. They came our wifh new brighi' uniforms and loads of new yells and morions which were greafly appreciared by rhe s+uden'r body. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS J. Auslermiller, J. Haase, J. Taylor, D. Reinlring J. Kerr, J. Gomer RESERVE CHEERLEADERS , J. Corlrighf A IU it-3 Wings! JV,-I ig Top Row: M. Die+sch, J. Sleinbrecher, N. Pohlman, M. Salller, J. Shelr, E. Drewes, A. Bliss, M. Bar- reH, M. Commadoll, R. Neuhauser, M. Reicherl, U. Sievens. Row 5: L. Elling, B. Glanz, H. Sehlmeyer, J. Howe, M. Gunfer. Row 4: C. Yarnell, A. Lekka, N. Baumgardner, P. Ferguson, M. Bernius, M. Burkholder, J. Gomer, I. Isenharl, J. Orwig, M. Beck, E. Bosl, M. Hess, J. Bauman, M. Augenslein, E. Saffler. Row 3: J. Boclcelman, G. Shinew, D. Hill, J. Wulff, M. Knepley, J. Corlrighf, J. Kerr, M. Chubb, J. Taylor, M. Myers, M. Dielricln, H. Farison, B. Lefler, K. Vorwerk. Row 2: L. Kolbe, P. Gray, M. Hegle, D. Meineke, D. Panning, H. Plassman, P. Walson, J. Tribby, J. Auslermiller, M. Buclrmasfer, C. Sauber, A. Bernius, B. Baldwin, J. Haase. Row I: M. Buchenburg, C.. Brink, D. Koppenhofer, M. Kruse, H. Crawford, M. Spencer, A. Show- man, D. Frulh, D. Reinking, S. Wafson, I. Buclcmasfer, Miss Court G. A. A. The Girls' A+hle+ic Associaiion of Napoleon is one of +he mosl imporlanl and popular clubs in school. The membership is limilecl 'ro all girls who parficipale in some sporf, such as baskefball, volleyball, soccer, or bowling. They have a poinl syslem whereby you can gel an emblem, leHer and pin. If lakes 300 poinls for an emblem, 700 poinls for a leHer, ancl I I00 poinfs for a pin. Jerry Hayes very generously allows The girls use of 'rhe bowling alley on Monday afler school. There 'lhe gals learn rhe fechnique of bowling, how +o score, and olher lhings abour fhe game. There is a bowling pin, which fhe girl who has lhe highesl score for lhe year, gels her name engraved. I78l Advisor, Miss Kafhryn Courl' Vice Presidenf - Donna Meineke Treasurer - Romaigne Neuhauser Presidenf - - - Elaine Drewes Secreiary - Naomi Baumgardner Each year ihe G.A.A. sponsors fwo all-siar games, 'lhe all-sfar volleyball game and lhe all s+ar baslcefball game. The persons on +hese 'reams are selecfed from +he besl' players on +he various class +eams. Their ieams are usually called +he Blue Devils and 'the While Angels. Very appropriaie??? The girls have a chance +o display 'I'heir various +alen+s on "Play Night" The all-sfar baslce+ball game is played +hen. There is also modern dancing, fumbling, calis+henics, clowns and forma+ions. This is a big nighl' for 'fhe gals because every- +hing +hey do all year leads up +o 'I'his one nighf. This year Miss Kay Cour+ look over 'lhe du+ies as our new advisor. She proved very helpful and was also a grea+ friend +0 fhe s+uden+s. Miss Courf plans 'ro add +ennis and archery fo our program fhis spring. Yes, N.H.S. can be proud of +he G.A.A. for il 'lrains 'rhe girls for good, healfhy living. M I79l Don'+ s+and ihere, do some+hing! Two LiH'le Devils doing flue Flying Angel Wheel +l1ose paddles gals! Slap il' down again gals. ISO! K' Y ff., f 3 wb 2, I I no Q! V 'Eff x xg . ' ' - TU . 'X 5 5 Q X x LQQIQ 1 4-sg, QYISA i Junior High Sports I8 , - 2 'En L ki xjf ,K M,A4x,', T725 ' K ' T? , fffsqv j 1 'Sf J , ' f is-TZXKM 1 f f 3 1 f 1 f, .- ' f -,, .' - . -. . ' , V ,. sf , ,- - . .. W ,--:g,:q-w.-gr- -- .. ,. A r - . 1 ., -. ..ls., Y' wg, ke,3'y.-l ,s 3' ,. -.,-e f , , -. s....' 1, ' ,. ,, ' ,:s,.-.x.-we e-Y -'A4' - .' ' 1- ' e 1 ..f,. s. .- .f,,:,-' s. .' wiv. .1-. Top Row: Coach Swearingen, B. Freer, L. Grubaugh, G. Russel, T. Sharfzer, N. Hefflinger, K. Keller, D. Young. Row 3: H. Myers, L. Baldwin, R. Miller, L. Myers, B. Sfeinbrecher, L. Boclxelman, R. Lanlcenau, K. Honecln, W. Johnson, B. Bevelhymer, L. Hafcher. Row 2:M. Marfinez, T. Honeclr, C. Kolby, J. Myers, J. Slighf, K. Kurber, J. Gallagher, J. Banlxey, M. Scarr, M. Wallcer, D. Diefsch, P. Radel. Row I: C. Corfrighf, P. Travis, D. Bosf, L. Swick, D. Lafher, G. Conley, R. Ludeman, J. Eckerf, D. Hawver, R. Yocum, L. Frufh, J. Palmer. 1 ral Jr. High Football The Junior High foofball feam played a complefe freshman schedu.e fhis year wifh abouf four freshman, fhe resf of fhe feam was composed of sevenfh and eighfh graders and a few sixfh graders. The lads were excellenfly coached by John Swearingen. The highlighfs of fheir games are as follows: Their firsf game wifh Bryan. They had bigger men fhan we, buf were easy fo knock down. If was a good game, buf no one could gef over fo score. The second game was played wifh Defiance. Unforfunafely fhey scored fhree fimes and made one exfra poinf. The game ended IO-0. The nexf game was played af Swanfon. Our only fouchdown was scored by Sharfzer. The final was 24-6 in favor of Swanfon. The lasf game was wifh Defiance played here. The feam was ouf-fiffed in new jerseys, buf fhese broughf us no luck. We losf 6-O. The feam wasn"r foo successful buf everyone is looking for a beffer season nexf year. Good luck Jr. High. T841 4 Jr. I'IigI1 BasIcetI:aII 8TH GRADE FRESHMAN Napoleon Opp. NapoIeon Opp Monipelier - I5 I9 28 27 Bryan - 28 25 28 25 Wauseon - 35 I2 I9 39 Defiance - 26 I9 28 I7 Monfpelier - 26 I9 32 26 Florida - 30 I6 RIcIgeviIIe 30 25 DesI1Ier - I9 26 20 24 Demqance - 32 22 32 20 Wauseon - 28 I3 4l 5I Archbold 32 22 TOURNAMENT Coach Sweafinsen wauseon - ze I3 Monfpelier 32 I7 I Back Row: T. Sharfzer, B. Sfeinbrecher, L. Grubaugh, Coach Swearingen, L. Bockelman, E. Manuel, D. Diefsch. Fron+ Row: B. Freer, T. McCoIIey, M. Frufh, J. Meyers, B. Niebel, T. Honeck, P. Radel. sci-noon. MARMS and MASTERS fi x X 1 X QQ iz P72 fn f ky 'f , X4 43 X Q , H X gg, f Mx 2 3 f .m i .- M , , 2 3 ,t as - as 4 u 'L . by V ' .. il. 1 55.25 . I ,ff ' N A I -f SEPTEMBER -School begins- or, if shouldn'+ happen fo a dog. -Ac+ivi+y Tickei Campaign s+ar+s. Thai' exfra dollar makes a lo'I' of difference! -Our firs+ pep session. lOh, my achin' 'l'onsils!!!l -Firsi' foo+ball game of The season wifh Whi'I'ehouse. We go+ oFF +0 a beau+iful s+ar+, 20-0. I7 I9- 26- -Religious Educaiion begins. Free- dom of religion is a wonderful fhing. Our iirsf league foo+ball game wi+h Mon+pelier. Shar+zer's big nighl-'Three fouchdowns. Game wifh Defiance. Whaf a difference a poini' makes!!! OCTOBER -Foo+ball game wifh Libbey spon- sored by +he Boosfers Club. Game wi+h Liberiy. Our boys were really on 'rhe ball! -Our 'Firsi' assembly program. We've all changed our minds aboul' poe- 'I'ry. -Foofball game wi+h Bee Gee. A+ leasf we 'fried hard. -Grade cards disfribuied or deaih senience issued. -Alas, if is Homecoming. Parade a+ 2:30. Game wi+h Wauseon al' 8:00 which gave us The League Championship. Dance ai' IO:00. -Armisiice Day-released 'For a half of a day. 24 28- Perrysburg game. An easy vic+ory. Smile pre'Hy a+ The birdie. You're having your piciure Taken. 30-Game wifh Bryan. Oh, +ha'l' beau- 3I- 'iiful mud. Anoiher vic+ory, 34-0. No school because of N.W.O.T. meefing. Why don"r 'rhose +each- ers meef more offen? NQVEMBER 26-Anoiher breafhing spell, Thanks- giving Recess. Two days +o be 'rhankful in. 28-Our firsf baske+ball game wi+h Hamler. The 'Cafs didr."f wan? +o win fha? game anyhow!! DECEMBER -We all 'rrudge back fo school and whal' do you +hink's wailing for us -you guessed if-grade cards!! Assembly program. Now we all know how +o pain+ ireesll I2-Game wi'l'h Bryan. Ano+her big -The firsl fealure movie of +he year. fhriller. We won!! My Frlend Fllcka' I9-Wildcals lravel +o Wauseon 'ro -Baskefball game wilh Holgale. The 'Ca+s dicln'l' wan+ +o win 'lhaf one ei+herl bring home anolher vic+ory. 23-Chrislmas vacalion. 288 hours pro- ba+ion. -The firsl' league game wi'lh Liber'l'y Cen+er. Tough game bul we won. -Bad weaiher prevenied Monfpelier Ib-Grade cards come ou+. Now we from coming +0 N. H. S. for 'l'he game. Was il ihe wealher or 'rhe day a'F+er New Year's fhal pre- venled i+??? -Alas, 'lhose 288 hours have fas+ sped by and we re+urn fo school. -Baskefball game wi+h Bee Gee. Our 'lhird defeal-40-44. -We 'lurned 'lhe lables on Defiance again-33-28. -Mike and his band give a concerl. One encore deserves anofherl I6- 20 23 30 can see whal we haven'i done in 'the lasl' semes+er. Once again we boasl' viclory over +he lndians. -Wildcals iourney +o Archbold. Sur- prise wi+h vicfory for Archbold- 20-30. -Wildcals mee+ 'lhe Locos. Anolher discouraging game. -Bulldogs come 'ro visil 'rhe Wildca+s. FEBRUARY Game wilh our old rivals-Liber+y Cenler. Junior High Tournamenl' a+ N.H.S. Our fu+ure baskeleers look preH'y good!! 23- Combined Glee Club Concerl. Sing preHy kiclsll 25-Surprise!! DeVilbiss wasn'l' our las+ game. The Locos came 'lo play The game +ha'f was poslponed way back I3-Cals 'lravel 'lo Bryan. In Januaw' I4-Valen+ine's Day. "Gee, l didn'+ 27.- know you caredl" Really kids, 'this is fhe las+ game. lf was a+ Bee Gee. I7-Las? game fhis season wifh DeVil- biss. l3Bl MARCH I-A red le+'rer day. Grade cards!!! 25-Eas'rer vacalion. Four days of pro- l5-S+eady's paradise-a feafure mo- bailon' vie!!! 30-l'lo- hum-back +o school. I8-I9-Junior Class Play. Nice going, juniors! 9-Our firsf 'lrack meel wilh Wauseon. I9-Joan Bishop assembly. I2-Grade cards again- or, l knew l 20-Swanion and Defiance came fo should have sfayed home more Napoleon for Track meel. ofien' 23-Yes, anolher 'rrack mee+. Cais go I3-Track meel a+ Mon+pelier. fo Vwfauseon. I6-Ano+her 45 minufe brealhing spell. 23-Triangular mee+ ai N.H.S. grxnzgra Concert Sih period 28-29-Seniors display Their lalenl in I6-Track meel a+ Bryan. 'their class play. MAY 5-Girls Play Nighl. Girls slep info limelight 6-Applicaiion 'For Honor Poinls. Now we'll see who we are fo honor!! 7-8-Leag ue Track Meet I2-Lasl day for Religious Educalion classes. I2-Teachers fake 'rime ou'r 'ro eal- Teachers picnic. I4-I5-Dis+ric'l Track Meet I7-Carllancl and Cook Assembly pro- gram. Too bad +here's such a 'rhing as assigned seals. I8-Aclivily +icke+ refunds. Now l'm rich again. I9-Recognilion Assembly. Now aren'+ you glad you did whal you did? I9-Senior locker refunds. All ihis money!!! l+'s amazing!!! 20-2l-Senior Exams. Oh, unhappy days!!! 23-Baccalaureaie Services. 24-Junior-Senior Prom. Have a good lime seniors, i+'s on ihe juniors! 25-Senior picnic. Time 'For fhe seniors fo eal. When isn'+ i+?? 28-Grade cards. To be or nol' +o be -+ha'f is fhe quesfion. 28-Commencement l+'s goHa be 'lhis or fhal! I. Papa's Big Night 2. Blow fhai' Wl1is+le Loud, Jake! 3. Friendly Gals. 4. Please Yell, Kids!! 5. Oli, My Achin' Feel! 6. Y-Teen Fresh-up Sfand. X- 1 n.amasuf4-'usszgr-n ,e:nu:v, 4 .7 uscwm lil Graduates of '47 Q x,., . . UV. ' ' Bihari . 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