Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

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G. 41 Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon 9 37 38 38 38 40 33 20 28 45 36 39 45 38 29 4001200 FRONT ROW: K. Vorweck, M. Reichert, E. Sattler, I. Bauman, M. Spencer, I. Bernicke, I. Myers, M. Snyder, M. Honeck, I. Hoy, D. Hawver, L. Watchman, I. Thompson, B. Nye. ROW TWO: K. Syminqton, E. Neusiis, I. Eberwine, I. Mullet, K. Brown, M. Knipp, I. Leiler, M. Billiq, S. Bernicke, C. Neuhauser, B. Dishop, C. Harmon, E, Niebel. ROW THREE: O. Martin, M. Dietsch, K. Dye, M. Cochran, S. Hefflinger, S. Bockelman, B. Orthwein, R. Neuhauser. H. Farison, I. Steinbrecher, D. Meineke. ROW FOUR: T. Schroeder, B. Taylor, H. Bond, W. Freytaq, L. Gibbs, D. Hurst, I. Phillips, L. Selhorst, P. Schultz, N. Meyer, G. Bockelman. ROW FIVE: T. Reese, B. Steinbrecher, L. Bockelman, P, Bockelman, S. Leiter, M. Bockelman, M. Myers, S. Myers, P. Phillips. The band, under the direction of Prof. Lombardi, completed its second con- secutive championship season by claiming top honors in various contests the past summer. The group gave many exhibition appearances and presented several holiday concerts. Performances between the periods of football games were also given, with Margie Myers, drum majorette, leading the band. 777m OZLM Amt 14 it -..qpw -Q.. Q, tl N - 559-A Li X ly, as , , X, U gr iy :ii I: X M2 , - A-1,54 Basil Eli' vll: iz, Q . I f 4 o ,oz A Q3 . :,'513jW 5 A r I I 292' ff"5 Hd ' .,7 X I 1 1. f W, 'ff 51 f, 23.51 S gs's ,KJ 2 11, . i T w1Tm1T 45W 1552 ii E52 ww 4252 W' 3,1 rL0m.,.e9. ea., . QSM. 1 2 3 2 7 9 99' 11 12 14 15161718 1911121 221151 Z 52 of 'U 'Q' J "s xo' ' X X '52 ya. yu I 1 J 0 8 A 6513 W2 cw 3 424356 Q 5135511 12 53321 23245: 6271 There was some fast shooting done by Myers' luniors in the G. A. A. Intramural Basketball Tournament this year. This team completed the season having won the most games, competing against teams from all four classes. The team consisted of M. Myers, I. Orwig, M. Chubb, V. Loudon, I. Austermiller, and D. Meineke, shown with Miss Court. The boys' Intramural Basketball race was a close one, with Reese's Pistons nosing out the opposing Iunior team by a narrow margin. However, Reese's live finished the season having suffered but one defeat. Pictured above are Captain Tom Reese, L. Kurber, T. Hoeltel, M. Fruth, and P. L. Bockelman. 22 Genuit shows his ping-pong versatility as he wins his second straight championship title. Shafer and Lanqe train for the N-Club Box- inq Show. H. Bond, O. Martin, W. Freytag, and L. Gibbs take top honors as brass quartet in regional contest at B. G. K l...-b. M..-...f-U., 4 H . 4 f ' 3 'Q H .. . be 212' -. .- 1"--ff Nd' J' I K, 'E Mg- QEFQ W x i 111' aiifzi- ' ' . f WE ' , 6 wi V ,M 5 1 212533 Q51 Q 'H f gp gh Qi. aiu. f' A AQJS Q.. ll K new PK.. 3 ax' s X, mf -Q--.Q v 2' , 31 , 'Qs ii iw, 1 gr V3 f , "V K V NW. ,,,-Fr' Smile when you soy that, podner! You don't say? Sitting pretty. Enter, Parson! Ooh, Iookcx there, c1in't she purty? f O 3 ivifr-Ls-7: CTI'-Z.a,Q-LL 1? ee-I-- - Luc. L4.Dor1J! .O Fl L WEA-TRLQSJF 8 wejwj 411121 M12 M' 2526 1151281151 VW 0.11. QQ. . ',E.,31 1 2 3 6 7 10 12 131 ISW 0212252224 M5131 P t 2 Professor Lombardi. ROW ONE: E, Niebel, M. Spencer, I. lsenhart, C. Neuhauser, B. Dishop. ROW TWO: H. Bond, L. Gibbs, I. Eberwine, D. Hurst, S. Bernicke. ROW THREE: I. Steinbrecher, I. Orwig, L. Bockelman, W. Freytag, O, Martin, lVI. Dietsch, L. Selhorst. PCA 05 IFC! Oll CUP, .fqlflnf IJ, Our school's lovers oi serious music find an opportunity to display their talent in the orchestra. Although this group does not compete in contests, it remains behind the scenes, furnishing background music for banquets and din- ners. Music tor class plays, programs and meetings is rendered by the orches- tra, directed by Mr. Lombardi. As a climax ot the years' activities, the orchestra appears with the band in an annual concert. 27 --' an 16 1, 'MZ' National Honor Society "Ir. Smarties" "Mighty Oaks from Little Acorns Growfgeh? Mr. Heckler Does His Share Y4Teen Initiation-Who's Getting Initiated? 5 S ink It .A :,, , 'V Q xX x ii 'i,' "' , "ij si, N Q ' g ' J! S+ -'S 0 3 'MQ X, , Ab, , p 3 M 4, xi 'Ng CUQCQ aw' KWWJ WZW MEd.Ew?S W Z UMM ZW4W67M 91 5131415 1yWwwWQm2 WQWQTWE- f QW 'nv , 3 N' ,J ' fy . . +G EIQQJ lang u , 19.6 51. Cin, PE, 9 "Boss-man" of "Square Crooks" Caught in the t2ndJ Act A Couple of "square" Guys lust Like Eecztinq Spaghetti .t ,X Q ' it E 1 1 ,an A 3? ll fl Pl' CFOOLJ On May llth and 12th the Senior Class of Napoleon presented "Square Crooks", a mystery-comedy play under the direction of Mr. Iohnson. The cast, mostly double consisted of: Kay, Romantic lead . . . Dorothy Reinking, Carolyn Sauber. Eddie, Kay's boy friend . . . Tom McCoy. lane, Tele- phone Operator . . . Ieanie Coriright, Barbara Baldwin. Larry, Student . . . Dick Owens, Norman Imbrock. Mrs. O'Rourke, Landlady . . . Ioanne Haase. Sorrow, Negro maid . . . Audrey Bernius, lanien Shelt. Welsh, Detective . . . Norman Myers. Mike Ross, Gangster . . . Paul Shartzer, Gene Mohler. Mrs. Carston, Dowager . . . Henrietta Plassman, Marilyn Saneholtz. Tim and Clancy, Cops . . . lim Sturdavant, Marvin Oberhaus. "Austie" won top honors in the G.A.A. this year having attained a hard- earned 1200 points. Congratulations! We think we have a sharp set ol cheer-leaders. This loyal foursome, the 4 "I's", chosen by popular vote of the student body, were our inspiration through victory and defeat. 36 TYHC Gam Scores Defiance bl Nalooleon Bryan 40 Vfauseon 58 Monlloelier 51 Liberty 92 .f The Royal Court "Pep er" takes another' P "Shczrtz" wins by ten links! Alley-oop Nosed oui l .M 5 . o uf , W, ,Li W - . Wg, , iugmmw KM 1 ,. It ,W '- '? wma " ,f 1.. Q. g ,.... ..,. .1311 i , Y? ' Q 'E is ' M' y! Q 5. 2 li., l fl' . he EI: ' 'X' gl , ..A,. .,,, ' X W pr- ab 1 ' ' E L x x R E . ,, 1 ' 0 1 x 1 4 if w .H- . 1 414 RHWQ f 2 quam ivcs, , " 2. J, . 52' S 5' me gi-.,.g, K VOL Q., Sw C 1 A af -wg, x nw v P 4 1 FRONT ROW: M. Scxneloltz, P. Watson, R. Icrcqua. N. Pohlmcrn, M. Bauman, I. Shelt, R. Owens D. Reinking, N. Imbrock. M. Buckmuster, P. Shurtzer, D. Heuter, R. Dietrick, C. Scruber, M. Oberhcxus R. Hess, I. Cortright. SECOND ROW: M. Scrttler, H. Plossman, M. Buchenburq. I. Crecger, D. Koppen hoier, R. Eichoff, E. Drewes, R. Hoover, I. Bair, H. Huddle, D. Detmer. I. Osborn. I. House, G. Mohler B. Glcmz, L. Bcdenhop, H. Schlmeyer, L. Short. THIRD ROW: T. McCoy, M. Dew, C. Eiscmun, I Scheid, L. Elling, I. Sturdcvcmt, N. French, I. Thornton, M. Gunter, I. Wulfi, F. Zoll, M. Palmer, N Meyers, E. Pcrnninq, D. Dierinqer, E. Hoover, B. Baldwin, M. Kneply. FOURTH ROW: L. Dachenhous L. Aqler, R. Grunt, I. VunStrec1der, I. Bockelman, V. Krcegel, K. Hahn, I. Hefflinqer, P. Iohnson D. Layton. I. Wilfred. M. Shumcker. M. Brink, D. Small, R. Small, A. Bernius, I. Howe. fion 'ef Boy, am I n-nervous! Tcrke cr last look, gang The Lcrst Mile And the Angels Sang mi lg, vs?-73 I 2627 Xfgfawzaf, -BAL, 11 2 . .T Q . 1 2 3 41 5 6 7 11519 10 11 12. 13 141516412218 19 201W QWZZWJ 28291111 n 1 pl SCAOOZ 0,9805 'W juni? 3. CLA YTON STRIDER Industrial Arts, Drxver's Education: B.S., Wilming- ton University: M.A., Ohio State Universzty, Harvard University. JOHN SWEARINGEN Social Science Ir. High: B.lVI., Bowling Green State University: Ir. High Bas- ketball and Football Coach. sl 1-'Q' L1 ' MAUDE D. HAHN ORA M, GREEN OHLEY STURDAVANT School Librar an: B.S., S e c r e ta r y, S u p 0 r- V.s tlnq Teacher. St. Mary's Cohege, Bowl' 1ntendent's Oitice. infg Green State Univer s.ty. 'Q H , flllll l rl HELEN NIEDERHAUSER VIRSIL ORT LOHRENE ORT Mathematics fir. High: Science- lr. High: Prin- English Ir. High: B.lVl A,B., Defiance College, cipal Grade School: A.B., Oberlin College. Ohio State U:,vers.ty, Defiance College: M.A., Univers.ty ot Michigan. eruice glnlo ogeea ww.:-.1 ,nu Bus Drivers O. Sturdcrvant, O. Schlosser, I. Spiser, D. High School Custodian, Mr. Knipp. Slcrqle, A, Boulton, M, Adams. Grade School Custodian. The hcnds that feed us: Mrs. Christy, Mrs. Mr, Pcrnninq. Smith, Mrs. Heckler, "Life's work" fuller thcrt?' Mr. Kenney, crlwcrys on the job. 47 NIOEJ5Cb f E x, M Xgx G ffl" Q K ! WQ Q NN fjb J cg X A J .JJJ X. M 2, 1,24 Q I .1 f X Z! 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R f A fr 'N M. ,-" ef I 'XF "X f xc A I Q " COLOR: FLOWER: Ta MOTTO: Blue and Silver lismcxn Rose Nous ICIITIOIIS les CQ1'lOtS nO'llS'1'ne1TleS 1We paddle our own canoe J Treasurer T R eese Secretary I Auster mxller Vlce Presrdent T H oeffel Presrdent C P Cochran amor an .Maier 9 In September 1937 led b y thexr mothers 70 odd students stumbled rnto therr frrst year of school As we look back over our frrst seven years we see Joy sorrow and what we consxdered hard work When we reached the exghth grade we were the rulmg class of the grade school and much respected by all of the younger students It was here that we started rn sports and the Hxgh School Band to become xnterested Then suddenl y rn l945 we were Freshman but we drd of most Freshmen After a f C aracterrstrc we reached the conclusion that hxgh school xth the students from the Catholrc and Lutheran Schools we reached the startlmg number of 109 so naturally bemg the largest class rn school we claxmed 109 for our home room Durmg our Freshman and Sophomore year sports and athletxcs took up most of our extra txme Many of the boys were on the reserve football and basketball squad and a few of them even made varsxty The grrls took part rn mtramural volley ball and basketball and three cheer leaders were elected from our class You w1ll also fmd that we had many members ln the band orchestra and glee club But we dxd not let sports over rule our studxes we had several allA students When our Iunlor year fmally rolled around we sponsored the Iumor Class Play and the Iumor and Semor Prom whrch we feel were the best vet produced Thts year our class had a promment place rn debatrng and brought home many trophxes I., . . ' , ' not lack the greenness h ' ' . ew days of exploration, ' ' wouldn't be so bad. W' ' IAMES AGLERf "Dewey" Business: Football Manager 2, 3: Basketball Manager 2, 3: Track Manager i, 2, 31 Retailing Club 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club 3: N-Club 3. "lt never pays to hurry." lANET AUSTERMILLER "Austle" Science I, 2: General 3, 4: All Star Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: All Star Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: G.A,A. I, Z, 3, 4: lr. Red Cross 1, Z, 3: College Club 4: Religious Ed. Monitor l: Band l: Cheerleader Z, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2, 3: Annual Stall 3, 4: Paper Stall 3, 4: Class Officer Secre- tary 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3: F.H.A. 1, Z, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Class Play 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4: A Capella 3. "In her eyes dwell mischief. She has that undefmable something Athletic ability, too." EARL BABCOCKf"Babbie"'- Ind. Arts: N-Club 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club l. "I like a girl with a good head on my shoulders." BEATRICE LILLIAN BANKEY "Bea"- Secretarial: lr. Red Cross l, 2, 3: Y-Teens 2: F.H.A. l: Class Play 3, Usher. "In the midst ol lile's whirl with titian curls." PATRICIA BARRETT Pa Home Ec G A A 1 2 3 4 Ir Red F' oss 2 3 German Club 3 4 Y Teens 2 F H A I 2 Girls Glee Club 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 I shall either iind a way or make one MARVIN BARTELS Marv S ience H1 Y 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross l 2 4 He is the merriest specimen of creation and has a grin you could use ior a toot rule 2 3 Hall Monitor 2 3 Girls Glee Club 2 4 Library Club 4 Pres She puts her problems aside for a brainy day Tranquil and unaitected M UREEN BECK ecky G neral GAA 2 3 4 ross 1 B Debate 2 YTeens 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Girls Glee Club I 3 4 Mixed Choir 1 3 4 A ap pella Choir 3 Library Club 4 It s a m stake to take oneself seriously -" t"- .: ..., . , : . ,Y , : . I - I - -" I "-V c' : '- , , : . , , . " ' ' ' LOIS BAUMGARDNER "I.o's"--College: G.A.A.I I: 'Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: Debate A -"B "fu e : . . . , , : Ir. Red C , 2, 3, 4: and 1, 2: : v , , : : ' ' , , : ' ' . , : C - ' : ' . " i i , ' ." 51 RICHARD BELL--"Dick"-Ind. Arts: Basketball l. 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 2: Annual Staff 3, 4: Paper Staff 3, 4: Hi4Y 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Boys' Glee Club 1: N-Club 3, 4, V. Pres. "There's mischief in the quietest of men." DONNA MAE BETSON' "Donna"-Retailing: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Retailing Club 4: F.H.A. 1. "Her correspondence keeps the mailman busy." ANNA LOU BLISS-"Lou"!Home-EC.: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3: German Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Hall Monitor 2: Girls' Glee Club 2. 3: Mixed Choir 2, 3. "Hair so fair as her personality." GENE BOCKELMAN-''Gene"-G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2, 3: Projectionist 1: Annual Staff 3, 4: Paper Staff 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. 4. "Her words were shed softer than leaves from the pine." PAUL LOUIS BOCKELMAN Louie C lleqe Bask tball l Track 1 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross l 2 3 4 College Club 4 Dance Orchestra l 3 4 Science Club 3 4 German 3 4 V Pres 3 Pres 4 Band l 2 3 4 'Orchestral 2 3 4 Prolectiomst 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff 1 2 3 4 Class Officer 1 2 H1Y 2 3 4 Intra mlrals 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Boys Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 A Cappella Choir 2 3 4 Likes to talk and why not' His gags are not only corn th y re golden banter HOWARD BOND Bill College Ir Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Dance Orchestra 1 3 4 Science Club 3 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 2 3 Intramurals 2 Class Play 3 Boys Glee Club l 2 3 Mixed Choir 2 3 4 A Cappella Choir 2 3 4 Student Council 3 A trumpeter pulling notes like taffy into a thin sweet thread of sound RICHARD BORRIS Dick Footballl 2 3 4 Track 1 2 Ir Red Cross l 2 3 4 German Club Freshman Class Officer Treasurer H Y 2 3 4 Ambition caused Ceasars downfall s I shall live on forever ELIZABETH BOST Betty Bus ness GAA 3 4 Ir Red Cross 1 3 4 Retailing Club 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club Mixed Choir 3 4 Modesty and qenuineness are her keys to friendship in A H7 O ' I 9 I 1 1 . I - I 1 1 f v. Pres, Pres,, 4:-Gefmafciub sf 41 .Band 1, 2, 3, '41 'orkheszw 1, 2, 3, 4: Projelctionist 1, 2, a, 4: Hi-Y: 3.4:- W 'C ,Q 52 FORREST BROWN "Woody"--Montpelier l, 2, 3: College: College Club 4: Science Club 4: Class Officer 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin League 1, 2. "The world is blessed mostly by men: men who do things, not merely talk about them." DONALD BUCKMASTER f"Bucky"flnd. Arts: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3: Hi'Y 2, 3, 4. "The thing I want most to get out of school is me." IDA BUCKMASTER "Ida" Science: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: lr. Red Cross l, 2. 3: Science Club 3, 4: Librarian 4: French Club 3, 4: Religious Ed. Monitor l: Y'Teens 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2: Hall Monitor 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Student Council 4. "A willing worker, a iriend indeed." MARIORIE CHUBB-"Margie"- Home Ec. 1, 2, 3: General 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: Home Room Attendance Monitor 3: Annual Stat! 3, 4: Paper Stall 3, 4: lunior Class Oilicer: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Mixed Choir 2, 3: All-star Basketball 3. "Breathes there a gal with a giggle like hers . . . gaiety lollows wherever she goes." ,nCARSON P COCHRAN C P College Mixed Choir l 2 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Boys Glee Club l 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Hall Mon tor 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 I Red Cross l 2 3 4 Movie Projectronist l Z 3 4 College Club 4 Debate 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Paper Stall 3 4 Business Manager Annual 4 Senior Class Pres 4 lun or Class Pres 3 Student Council Trea surer 3 Student Council President 4 Intramurals l Class Play 3 4 NCl b 3 4 Fl g R 1 2 3 IOAN CORDES I Home EC Course Iunior Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Why should lite all labor be always a giggle LORNA DACHENHAUS Lorna Secretarial Cou se GAA 1 lr Red Cross l 2 3 4 FHA H ll Monitor l 2 3 4 Quietly she wenas her way doing kindness every day NORMA DAVlS Normy Home Ec G A A 3 4 lr Red Cross l 2 Retailing Club 4 Home Room Attendance Monitor Y Teens 2 F H A 1 2 3 All star volleyball 1 2 3 Some women like to be bossed lust you try it ana see , , 5 , , 5 ' Q l .- 'I , J 'L' 'rv , , : I I , 5 r. 'gl ' ' : I : ' I : - u I, A: a aiser , , "Never a dull momentl" 5" o"-- . ' : ' , , , . " ' --" "- ' 1 7 . . . : . , , , : . . .l: G V , i 1 Q H . 1 A -H MARILYN DIETSCH--"Dietschie"-Secretarial: G AA 2 3 4' Iunior Red Cross I 2 3 4' Dance Orchestra 2. 3: Home Room Monitor 1: Religious Ed. Moriitor'4:' Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Ii 3, 4: Debate 2: Y-Teens 2. 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4. "lt's nice to be natural, ii you're naturally nice," KENNETH DYE "Pete" College: Football 2: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Pres. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Debate 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pres, 4: Intramural 1, 2, 3: Class Play 3: Boys' Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Mixed Choir l: Student Council 4. "Laugh, and the world laughs with you." HELEN FARISON-"Helen'Y College: G,A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: Science Club 4: Religious Ed. Monitor 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual Stott 3, 4: Paper Staff 3, 4: Y- Teens 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4: Class Play Prompter 3. "A blush is beautiful, but inconvenient." DONALD FRANZ--"Freppie" Ind. Arts: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Class Playf--Stage Hand 3, "Blessed is he who expects nothing, lor he shall never be disappointed." MELVIN R FRUTH Frutie Ind Arts Trackl 2 3 Ir Red Cross 3 HiY 2 3 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Class Play Stage Hand 3 I always do what I should do no more no less MARILYN GAEDE Shorty Girls Glee Club 3 4 Mixed Choir 3 Library Club 4 lr Red Cross I 2 3 4 Quiet at times she may be Twere better some others were quiet as she IAMES GENUIT lim College Trackl 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross l 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 College Club4 Annual Statil 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Editor 4 I'IiY 2 3 4 Reporter 4 Hall A Cappella Choir l 2 3 4 Flag Ralser 1 2 3 Student Council l 2 Ping Pong Champ NClub 3 4 I will not excuse I will not retreat a single inch and I WILL be heard LOIS GERMAN Lois S cretarial G A A 1 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross 1 2 3 Y'I'ee F HA 1 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 2 Class Play 3 ush rl Girls Glee Club l 2 3 Mix d Choir 3 Library Club 4 News Reporter Pleasures and action make the hours seem short Monitor 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Boys' Glee Club I, 3, 4: Mixed Choir l, 2: 3, 4: ' . . . : ' . . : ' , 7 ' - 2, 3: -- ' " e ' : . . .,,, : . . , , : - ns 2, 3: . . . , , , : : : e : ' ' , , 2 ' e ' LE GRANDE GIBBSf"Lee" 'College Course: Basketball lp Football l, 2: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: Dan'e Band 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, V. Pres., 3: Band l, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Hi4Y 2, 3, 4: Intramural 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Boys' Glee Club l. "Go wisely and slowly for those who go last often stumble." ROBERT GILSON "Booby" -College Course: Track Z, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: College Club 2, 3, 4: Debate l, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, 4: Paper Stattf 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Intramurals l, 2, 3: Class Play 3, 4: Boys' Glee Club l, 2. 3: Flag Raiser 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 3. "Always an answer. Witty?" FRANCES GORDON- "Fran"- Home Ec.: G.A.A. l, 2, 3: Retailing 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Mixed Choir l, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4. "I'm quiet but my heart is jolly." ROBERT HAHN-"Bob"JInd. Arts: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. "Energy con- server. Nonchalance." BETTY HARDY Betty General Ir Red Cross 3 Y Teens 2 3 F H A l 2 As pure and fine as a llake ol snow MARY HESS Kathy Business Course GA A l 2 3 Ir Red Cross l 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 P per Stall 3 4 YT ens 2 3 4 FHA Girls Glee Club Mixed Choir The next day is never so good as the day before Girls Glee Club 3 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 From her little troubles pass like ripples down a sunny river RIS HILL Dorrie H me EC G AA 1 2 3 4 oss 3 4 Retailin YTeens 2 3 FHA l 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Usher Girls Glee Club 3 4 Mixed Choa 3 4 Always furtherlnq the good neighbor policy between schools a , : -e ..: ll .: ' I ' 'V BBTTY HILL- "Betts"-- Secretarial: G.A.A. l: Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4:1 Y-Teens l: F.l'I.A. 1, 4: DO f" ' "-f O .: . . . , , , : -Ir. Red Cr l, 2, ,- : " g 3: 55 IAMES HOEFFEL-"lim"--Ind. Arts: Track 3, 4: lr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Play 3. Stage Hand: N-Club 3, 4. "E1'1l0Y life While you may, you'11 be a long time dead." THOMAS HOEFFEL--"Tom" Ind. Arts: Football 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 3: College Club 4: Annual Staff 3, 4: Printer's Dummy 4: Paper Staff 3, 4: V. Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Hall Monitor 3: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, Sound Effects: Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: N'Club 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3. "He majors in alibioloqyf' BRUCE HONECK--"Bruce"w Ind. Arts: Science Club 3, 4: Projectionist 1. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Ir. Class Play: P. A. System l, Z, 3, 4. "Responsibility can be shouldered only by great men." IRVIN HOVER-"Oxley"-Ind. Arts: Track 1, 2: Ir. Red Cross 1, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, Stage Hand. "Be carefree while you may, for some day you may have to work." CAROLYN HOWE Carolyn Business Ir Red Cross 1 2 3 Retailing 4 FH A l Grrls Glee Club l 2 3 Mixed Choir 1 2 3 A Cappella Choir 3 Sparkl ng eyes that reveal her sparklxna personahty IRENE HUETER Irene College Ir Red Cross I 2 3 4 Nat onal Honor Society 3 4 College Club 4 Debate 2 Class Oihcer 3 Treasurer Library Club 4 I have no secret of success but hard work So calm and undisturbed yet strong ln responsibility IRMA MAE ISENHART Irma College Ir Red C oss 1 2 3 4 Colleqe Cl b 4 Band 3 O chestral 2 3 4 Annual Stall 3 4 Paper Stal! 3 4 YTeens 2 3 4 Grrls Glee Club 1 3 4 Mixed Chorr 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 Ches Club 3 Shes a chain talker ltghts each sentence from the spark of the last IEANE KERR leannxe Home Ec GAA l 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Ir I-led Cross 1 Cheerleader Reserve 2 3 Varsxty 4 Annual Stall 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 YTeens 2 es4FHA1 34Hc.1lMo1or2 4 Cla y G1lsGleeCub 34 r 4 Mixed Chorr 3 4 A Cappella Cholr 3 Student Counci' 4 I want to laugh love and live f" "S I . r . . . I I u 5 : r- ' " ' "- H .: . . . , , . , : . , 2, 3, 4: , , 7 , : . : - , 3, 4, Pr . J ..,, 2, ", : nt , : ss Pla 3, 4: 'r ' 1 1, , , P es., 56 FRANKLIN KOPPENHOPER-"Koppy"-Ind. Arts: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3. Stage Hand: N-Club 3. 4. "Doing no mischief but only thinking ot it." LARRY L. KURBERf"Kybo"WCollege: Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Ir. Class Play 3: N-Club 3, 4: Class Play 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4: V. Pres. 4: Mixed Choir I, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Debate 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Paper Stat! 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, 4: Flag Raiser 3: College Club 4. "I agree with no man's opinions. I have some ot my own.", J .1 :' ' - - 3 X K BETTY LEFLER-"Betsy'V-Retailing 4: Home Ec. 1, 2, 3: Home Ec. l, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Retailing 4: V. Pres: Debate 2: Annual Stait 3, 4: Paper Staft 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Mixed Choir 2, 3. "To be womanly is the greatest charm of woman." VIRGINIA LOUDON4-"Ginny"-Home Economics G,A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Retailing Club 4: F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3: A Cap- pella Choir 3. "I have been one acquainted with the night." ORVILLE MARTIN Orve Agriculture Trackl 2 3 lr Red Crossl 2 3 Dance Orchestra l 2 3 4 B nd 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Debate 1 2 Annual Stat! 3 4 Pa e If 3 Officer 2 3 Intramural 3 4 Boys Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 NClub 3 4 Women will be the death ot me yet IOANNE MCCOLLEY I Home Ec GAA I 2 3 4 Retailing Club 4 FHA 2 3 4 Hall Monitor 3 All Star Basketball 3 All Star Volleyball 3 I love but one I cannot love anymore yust yet lege Club 4 Dance Orchestra 3 German Club 3 4 Religious Ed Monitor 3 Band l 2 3 4 Debate 2 3 Annual Staff 3 4 YTeens 2 3 4 I-tall Monitor 2 Girls Glee Club l 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Allstar Basketball 2 3 All star Volley ball 1 2 3 Class Play Business Manager 3 It s better to be small and shine than to be large and cast a shadow IAMES MENGERINK IR lim Class Play 3 4 Staae Hand Basketball 2 3 4 Rootball 4 Tr Ir Re s 3 4 HIY 2 3 4 Intramur l NClu 4 Are ou Cats going to miss me next year Small but a human atom bomb 'Q ,..:V7 R . .1 ' ' 'I ,yg 'lifsm ,4:F.P.A.1,'2,'3:4l " 0" .: ...,, , : ' ' : . . . , , : 4 ' DONNA MARIE MEINEKE "Donna" College: G.A.A. 1, -3, 4: Olticer lr. Red Cross 4: Col- 1, 2, 3, up ack 3, 4: .' Kd cms 1, 2, , 1 '- ', ,H ' Q1 1 - 15 af y 57 DONALD MILLER--"Don" Ind. Arts: Ir. Red Cross 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Intramurals l: Class Play 3, 4: Stage Hand. "Why should life all labor be." NEIL MINNICH -"Pid" "SCi9I1CH 1. Business 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. "Oh, every inch Cisn't there a lot ol 'emj a sportsman." ELLSWORTH MITCHELL -"Bud"- Business: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Retailing Club 4. "Some think the world was made for fun and irolic -so do I." MARIORIE MYERS-"Margie"-G.A.A. l, Z, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: College Club 4: SCi9l'1C9 C11-lb 3, 45 Gefmfln Cl'-lb 3. 4: Band 1, Z, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 4: Hall Monitor 4: Class Play 3: Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: All-Star Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Star Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. "More boys follow me than any girl in school Cyou know- -the bandJ" HENRY OBERHAUS Hank Voc Ag FFA l 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Secretary 4 Oh for three acres and a cow IOYCE ORWIG Ioy College GAA 2 3 4 Ir Red Crossl 2 3 4 College Club 4 German Club 3 4 Home Room Monitor 3 Band 2 3 4 Orchestral Z 3 4 Prolectionistl Z 3 4 YTeens 2 3 4 Hair of gold Eyes ot blue Stands out in a crowd DONNA PANNING Donna S cy Course GAA l 2 3 4 Ir Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Debatel 2 Ir Class Oificer Secretary YTeensl 2 3 4 Girls Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Prompter Iumor Class Play Turned up no e sweet at a rose EDWIN PANNING Ed Ind Arts lr Red Cross l 2 3 4 German Club 3 4 Calm com posed and cool Hlalll Monitor 4: Class Play Girls' Glee Club l, 3, 4: NIixed'3,'4: A Cappella Chbirl3,'4: -Chess Club 31 ' - "f e ' : . . Q. . , , : . . , , : b . : 58 MILDRED PLASSMAN- "Mid" Secretarial: lr. Red Cross I, 3, 4: Rel. Ed. Monitor I: F.H.A. l, 2: Hall Monitor 3: Girls' Glee Club l, 2: A Cappella Choir 3: Y-Teens 2. "My world is full of sunshine." RICHARD RADEL-"Dick" -Ind. Arts: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, Z, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: N-Club 4, Pres. "I could be better it I would, but it's awful lonesome to be good," LOUISE RAUSCH -"Louie" Secretarial: G.A.A, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Attend- ance Monitor 4: Debate 2: F.H.A. lg Hall Monitor 4: All Star Basketball 3, "Here is another head on the string of confusion." LOWELL RAUSCH "Pete" Ind. Arts: Basketball 2, 3: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer, Treasurer: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Intramurals 2. 3: Class Play 3, Stage Manager. "It's a family tradition to be tall and handsome. VVho Cares about being dark?" THOMAS REESE Tom College T ack l 2 3 4 lr Red Cross l 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Colleqe Club4 Science Club3 Bandl Z 3 4 Orchestral 4. 3 4 Debate 2 3 4 Prolection st 1 Annual Staff 3 4 Editor 4 Paper Stalt 3 4 Class Officer 4 Treasurer H1 Y 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Mixed Choir l 2 3 4 A Cappella Chou 3 4 Student Council l 2 4 NClub 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Flag Raiser I Z 3 What is the world wthout arqument3 Teens 2 FHA l 2 Class Play Stage Hand 3 G rls Glee Club l Im not asking you Im tellng y u Withdrew before graduation NA RICKENBERG Ricky S cretarial Ir Red Cros I 2 3 4 YT 2 3 4 FHA Girls Glee Club 1 Doll eyes and long eyelashes KEITH ROHRS Speck College lr Red Cross l A 3 4 German Club 3 4 Otticer 4 H1Y 3 4 Intramurals l 2 4 Class Play 3 4 Stage Hand Its not wise to be wiser than necessary ., H : I I l I : U V I V 2 - . I I IOANNE M, REIMUNDf"Io"fGeneral: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, Paper Stafl 4:A Y- O EU X , - . . . , , - rl. , I . , . LQ -" ' " - e : . s , , , I - eens , , : . . . l: 59 MARGARET ANN RO'-IRS Margaret Secretar al Ir Red Cross 1 2 3 4 She has a lot of lrerght on her tram oi thought IOHN SCHEELE lo n nd Art Re ross 2 1 3 4 lntramuras 3 4 They sa the best men are molded out of faults What about you Iohnny" MARIAN SPENCER Spence lege G A A l 2 3 4 I Red C o s 2 3 4 Colleq C 4 Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Pro1ecton st 1 2 3 4 Annual Stall 3 4 Printers Dummy 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Class Officer l Pres Y'l'eens 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Hall Monitor 2 Student Council 3 Secretary Class Play 3 Girls Glee Club l 2 3 4 Soc Chairman 3 Mixed Choir 1 2 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 No bigger than a soft whisper IOAN STEINBRECHER Ioante C llege G AA 1 2 Ir Red Cro s 1 3 4 Nation Honor Society 3 4 College C ub 4 Dance Orchestra 4 Science Club 3 4 Librarian 3 Ger man Club3 4 Secretary 4 Religious Ed Monitor 2 Bandl Z 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Debate 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staii 4 YTeens 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club l Z 3 4 accompan st 4 Mixed Choir 3 4 accompanist 3 A Cappella Choir 3 4 High arms bring out great minds 5. if f-.?r, A NA IUNE STOUT Iuney GAA l 2 3 4 I R d Cross 1 2 3 4 Retailing Club 4 Secretary 4 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, News Reporter, Hall Monitor 3, Girls Glee Club 1, 3, Mixed Cnoir 1, 3, Library Club 4. "Happy am I, from care I'm iree: why are-n't they contented like me?" IIM SWlCKf "Horsey" -Industrial Arts: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l: Ir. Red Cro s l, 2, 3, 4: Basket all 1: Hi'Y 2, 3, 4,-Sergeantvat-arms 4: Class Play 3, Stage Hand: Boys' Glee Club 2 " only books ar woman's looks, and follies all they have taught me." ,.:-b2,,. er Prolectlomst 1 2 Annual Staff 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 YTeens A 3 4 Fall Monitors , Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Mixed Choir 3, 47 A Cappella Choir 3, 4: All-st , ' B s 9 al 1, 2, 3, 4: All-star Volleyball Z, 3, 4: Class Play 3, Ticket Sales Mgr. "Witty, wise, on t e es." YANET T X " an" -C llege: G.A.A. 1, , 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, College Club 4: Cheer- KENNETH C. SYMINGTON "Kenny"f College: Alma, Mich., l, Z, 3: College Club 47 Band 4V Hx-Y 4: Dance Orchestra 4. "Sigh no more girls, sggh no more." W'thdrawn before graduation B0 FRANCIS TEEPLE--"Teeple"eThomas Dale High, Va., 1, 2, 3: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3: Football 2: Projec- tionist l: Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3: Mixed Choir 2, 3. "As restless as a chipmunk's tail." DAVID THORNTON-e"Doc" --Ind. Art: Track 1, 2: Intramural l, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. "Most men are perfect, take me for example." IANICE TRIBBY "Trib" -Home EC.: G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4: All-Star Basketball 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross 1. 2, 3. 4: Colleqe Club 4: Home Room Attendance Monitor 4: Y-Teens 2, 3. 4: F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Monitor 2, 4: Class Play 3, Bus'ness Manager: Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4. "Giddy"-but fun. PATRICIA VAN DYK- "Pat"- Winnipeq. Canada, l: Kokomo, Ind., 2: Retailing Club 4, Pres.: Annual Stat! 3, 4: Paper Staff 3, 4: Ir. Class Play 3: Ir. Red Cross 3. "She knew whatever is to be known." ,Kl.'l'H'IZEEN L VORWERK Kathy College Cours GAA l Z 3 4 College Club 3 4 German Club I3 4 Band 4 Annual Statf 4 Paper Staii 3 4 YTeens 2 3 4 V President 3 Hall Monitors " Ir Clos Play 3 Girls Glee Club I 2 3 4 Mix d Choir 3 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 All Star Basketball Z 3 4 All Star Volleyball 2 3 4 Keep cool and you command everyone VELMA WALKER e e cretar ol Ir Red C oss l 2 3 4 el d onitor 4 F '-I A l Monitor 4 Girls Glee Club l 2 3 4 Light of step and heart is she Have you ever seen her sorrowful 2 3 4 F tb ll 2 3 4 NClub 3 4 It is bett r to be loud and nctced than to b sien and undiscovered NWULFF on Bsness'1'afk234HY2 4Bo Club l N Club 3 4 Versatile as a safety pm ROBERT ZIMMER Sarge Busin ss Ir Red Cross l 2 Retailing Club 4 Class Play Usher Every man has his devil sh moments I ' --"Pt"- Se ? : .n r , , , :R ,E.M ' : ,... ,2, 3: Hall 4 ' ' ' ' ' G DONALD WEIRAUCH--"Rockie"WInd. Arts: Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4: Track l.,.I:ooal,,.:- e 1 e'lt IOI-I "I h " - u : r , .', ' ie , 3, 4: Intramurafs l, 2, 3. : ys' Glee -" ."-- V I' e : . , : ' ' : 3, . vw. Ji aft Q A .V A .., 1. 1-,- ,Q VAV. 7 .1 'ca .6 .9 ,, 'G ' ,g,r4Q,g , -Q. 'Q..."'25u..fa 5 A EVM kg, ii J ff 'Pvc-avi: K In 7 0' ' . 'Y ' g1?i,: Q , h 5 lv A A le ,Fil 1 561 Q5 Q 8 arid We the Semor Class ol 1949 of Napoleon Hrgh School ln the State of Ohro bemg of full age perfect health and of sound mrnd do hereby make our last wrll and testament team them them Iames Agler do w1ll and bequeath my love for hxstory to Iack Ward Ianet Austermlller do wrll and bequeath my cheerleading abxhty to my sxster Ioan Earl Babcock do will and bequeath my tncky basketball shots to the members ot next year s Beatrrce Bankey do wrll and bequeath my red halr to Danny Wendt Patrrcra Barret do wrll and bequeath my out of town boy frrends to no one Id rather keep Marvm Bartels do wrll and bequeath my drmples to Butch Shafer Maureen Beck do wrll and bequeath my house partres to anyone srlly enough to take Rrchard Bell do wrll and bequeath my quarterback posztron to Kenny Lange Anna Lou Blrss do wrll and bequeath my blrsslul stated mmd to Sam McCoy Gene Bockelman do wrll and bequeath my debatmg abrlrty to Conme Harmon P Lours Bockelman do wrll and bequeath my Tuba to Larry Myers Howard Bond do wtll and bequeath my love for scrence to all Freshmen Rrchard Borrrs do wrll and bequeath my stature to Iumbo Mengermk Forrest Brown do wrll and bequeath my quret ways to S Baker Elrzabeth Bost do wrll and bequeath my crew cut to Ranme Augenstern Donald Buckmaster do wrll and bequeath my abrlrty to have a good trme to Mary ou Cochran I Ida Buckmaster do wrll and bequeath my laughlng eyes to C Hoover I Maryorre Chubb do wxll and bequeath my abrlrty to knock out boys teeth to Sue Delventhal I C P Cochran do wrll and bequeath Donna Mane to Egads' What am I say1ng" I Ioan Cordes do wrll and bequeath my pretty eyebrows to no one Wouldnt I look srlly wrthout them? to get I I Donald Franz do wrll and bequeath my yob at Walters to anyone who can Lorna Dachenhaus do w1ll and bequeath the name Dachenhaus to R Dachenhaus Norma Davrs do wrll and bequeath my grggles to Alan Blrss Manlyn Dretsch do wxll and bequeath my saxophone to Davrd Hurst Kenneth Dye do wrll and bequeath the presrdency of the Hr Y to the Iunror lucky enough Helen Fanson do wxll and bequeath my qurck smrle to B111 Funchron prove me 1 need rt nd of I 64 Melvrn Fruth do wrll and bequeath my Ford to Mr Hawver and Mr Andrews taxr Marrlyn Gaede do wtll and bequeath my grrhsh blush to Ronnle Lankenau Le Grande G1bbS do wrll and bequeath my yob at the State to Frankhn Thornton Robert Grlson do wrll and bequeath my love for oral arguments to Walter Iohnson Frances Cordon do wrll and bequeath my sewrng abllxty to any boys who wrll be Robert Hahn 'Io w1ll and bequeath to Anna Lekka my love for mechamcs SSIVICE drafted Betty Hardy do wrll and bequeath my mrld drsposrtlon to Ianet Gunter Betty H1ll do wrll and bequeath my love for busrness trarnrng to Bob Wrlleman Dons Hrll do wrll and bequeath my abrllty with boys to Pat Ferguson Iames Hoeltel do wtll and bequeath my shop clothes to Drck Hoover Thomas Hoeffel do wrll and bequeath my sprocket ears to Elaine Nrebel Ive tned to get them lor 18 years Bruce Honeck do wlll and bequeath to Bev Bunn the lndustrral Arts Department Irvrn Hoover do w1ll and bequeath my flrttmg ways to Alfred Mrller Carolyn Howe do wrll and bequeath my gum chewmg to Betty Drshop L W I, . 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' . 64,56 w I Irene I-lueter do wxll and bequeath my abxlxty to get As to all who need lt Especrally Freshmen Sophomores and Iunlors I Irma Mae Isenhart do wrll and bequeath to Dlck lSa1lorl Elcholt all my love I Just couldnt leave xt behmd I lean Kerr do wrll and bequeath my wxnnmg ways to Marran Rrechert I Franklrn Koppenholier do wrll and bequeath my pool cue at Duke s to Tom Fast I Larry Kurber do wrll and bequeath to Sally Watson my one and only Roman Profile N returns Betty Lefler do wxll and bequeath to Esther Sattler my mrmeographmg abrllty Vrrgrnra Loudon do wzll and bequeath my roller skates to Mary Motter Orvxlle Martrn do wrll and bequeath my love ol the trombone to Tom Schroeder loanne McColley do w1ll and bequeath my typmg classes to N Kraqel Donna Mane Memeke do wxll and bequeath my wolhsh ways to Marran Wremken lames Mengermk do wrll and bequeath my muscles to any boy who hasn t any Donald Mrller do wxll and bequeath to P Radel my hearty laugh Nell Mmmch do wrll and bequeath my 6 2 skeleton to Mr Heckler s brology classes Ellsworth Mxtchell do will and bequeath my numerous Irxends to anyone who has none Marlorre Myers do wrll and bequeath my spot at the head ol the band to Mary Beth Snyder Henry Oberhaus do wlll and bequeath to all underclass members ol F F A my love for the farm shop Ioyce Orwxg do wrll and bequeath my long platrnum blond haxr to Pep Weaver Donna Iean Pannmg do wlll and bequeath my baby srttmq 1obs to Mary Schmrdt Mrldred Plassman do w1ll and bequeath my llrrty ways to Chuck Motter Rlchard Radel do wrll and bequeath my share rn the Plymouth to any one wlth ten bucks Lourse Rausch do wlll and bequeath my blue eyes to Pat Sharpe Tom Reese do wrll and bequeath my place as Edrtor of the annual to Iohn Eberwme Lona Rrckenberg do wrll and bequeath my bashtulness to Arden Pacey Kerth Rohrs do wxll and bequeath my nlckname Sleepy to Lee Bockelman Margaret Ann Rohrs do wrll and bequeath my shy ways to B111 Freer Iohn Scheele do wrll and bequeath my yellow corduroy slacks to hm Hart Manan Spencer do will and bequeath my fatal charms to any grrl not going steady Ioan Stelnbrecher do wrll and bequeath my brrel case to no one I need rt for college Anna Iune Stout do w1ll and bequeath my cookrng abxlrty to Marran Pannmg Irm Swrck do w1ll and bequeath my iootball ab1l1ty to my brother Drck Kenneth Symmgton do wrll and bequeath my ever present smrle to Irvm Olrrch Ianet Taylor do wxll and bequeath my styllsh horn rrmmed glasses to Mr Txtus Davrd Thornton do wlll and bequeath my rank 1n the Natronal Guard to Harmon Kerns Frances Teeple do wrll and bequeath my tow headedness to Dallas Young Iamce Trlbby do wrll and bequeath my temrnrne secrets to no one lt took me long enough to learn them I Patncla Van Dyk do will and bequeath my abrlrty to wrrte edrtorrals to the Iumor journalxsm class I Kathleen Vorwerk do wrll and bequeath my cottage at the lake to all the faculty for summer vacatron Velma Walker do wrll and bequeath my left over school books to lane Crlsty Donald Werrauch do will and bequeath my corny yokes to I Huddle Iohn Wulf! do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1t1es as a mxler to next year s track squad Robert Zrmmer do w1ll and bequeath my job at the Red and Whrte to M Scarr Iames Genult do wxll and bequeath my champlonshxp ping pong abllrty to Delmer Huner I L . , ' ' . o L . . I . D I, ' ' . , I, ' , ' ' . I, ' , ' . . I' . 1 . . . I, ' ' , ' . I. ' , ' ' . I, ' . ' . I. Lowell Rausch, do will and bequeath my hunting excursions to Bruce Buckmaster. I, . ' ' ' . I. ' , ' . I, , ' ' . I. , ' ' . I, . ' - . I, , ' - ' . NAME JAMES AGLER IANET AUSTERMILLER EARL BABCOCK BFATRICE BANKEY PATRICIA BARRETT MARVIN BARTELS LOIS BAUMGARDNER MAUREEN BECK RICHARD BELL AANA LOU BLISS GENE BOCKELMAN P LOUIS BOCKELMAN HOWARD BOND FORREST BROWN ELIZABETH BOST DONALD BUCKMASTER IDA BUCKMASTER MARIORIE CHUBB C P COCHRAN IOAN CORDES LORNA DACHENHAUS NORMA DAVIS MARILYN DIETSCH KENNETH DYE HELEN FARISON DONALD FRANZ MELVIN FRUTH MARILYN GAEDE IIM GENUIT LEE GRANDE GIBBS ROBERT GILSON FRANCES GORDEN ROBERT HAI-IN BETTY HARDY MARY HESS BETTY HILL DORIS HILL THOMAS HOEFFEL BRUCE HONECK ERVIN HOOVER CAROLYN HOWE IRENE HUETER IRMA ISENHART IEAN KERR FRANKLIN KOPPENHOFFER LARRY KURBER BETTY LEFLER VIRGINIA LOUDON ORVILLE MARTIN IOANNE MCCOLLEY DONNA MEINEKE IAMES MENGERINK DONALD MILLER NEIL MINNICH ELLSWORTH MITCHELL MARIORIE MYERS HENRY OBERI-IAUS IOYCE ORWIG DONNA IEAN PANNING MILDRED PLASSMAN RICHARD RADEL LOUISE RAUSCH LOWELL RAUSCH THOMAS REESE LONA RICKENBERG KEITH ROHRS MARIAN SPENCER ANNA IUNE STOUT IOAN STEINBRECHER IAMES SWICK KENNETH SYMINGTON IANET TAYLOR DAVID THORNTON FRANCIS TEEPLE IANICE TRIBBY PAT VAN DYK KATHLEEN VORWERK VELMA WALKER DONALD WEIRAUCH IOHN WULFF BOB ZIMMER NOTED FOR Sllence Athletlcs Basketball Engagement Baby face Hexght Brcuns Hospxtallty Low hurdles Talklng Ieepster Photography Orchestra Drawl Shyness Laughter Salesmanshrp Beauty IOKES Smlle Prrendlmess Me Personallty Hats Florrda Laugh Ford Ambmon Mrchngan Love of medtcme Braggmg Helplng others Bxg shoes Quxetness Steady Snrpe huntmg Boys EARS Mechamcal abxlxty Long halr Brunnette Locks Inmatxve Brxlllant Clothes Rosy Cheeks Weldmg Techmque Schnozzle Mrmeographmg Excuses Trombone Engagement Gnn Muscles Freckles Blg Feet Herght Baton Farmtng Long Fmgernmls Infectlous Laugh Boys W1t" Blond Harr Truck Bxg Car Gum Chewmg Farm M1SCh6V1OUS Ways Sunny DISPOSIIIOH Muslc Clothes Drums Artrstlc Abrllty Natxonal Guards Pontlac Her Records Hatred of Men Clear Lake Soft Voxce Nolse Softball Wexght QC? NEEDS MOST A wlfe Phys Ed Malor Ice Cream Scoop Preacher More Sleep A Haxrcut Typewrrter A Brgger House Trammg A Speech A Drxvers License Speed Graphxc Banjo Player Pralse Imtlatlve ob Husband A Manager BETTER IOKES Cowboy Txme Engagement Rm Vonce Lessons More Sleep A Kltchen A Wrecker More Fords Speed Mxchxgan Nurse A Muzzle Decrsxon Stllts Somethmg to say Steady A Gun A Club Scotch Tape A Glrl Haxrcut Iumor Degree You Tell Us A Cave Man Pep A Mortrcran Mouthpiece Sponsor Howard G Kenny Her Man She s Got It Exerclse A Car Elevator Shoes A hne Her own way A tractor Art school Perfect husband Rmg Emrly Post A job Naxls O11 on halr A typewrxter More pxgs Mlschxevous Ways Txme Musxc A New Plymouth Publxcrty A Pencxl Promotlon A beautllul glrl Sleepmg pllls A man A boat Megaphone Sxlencer New Glove Reducer FATE Bus Drrver Phys Ed Teacher Red :S Ted s Marrxage Telephone Operator Sherxft Secretary Hostess Olymprcs Female Polmcnan Speeder Asst to Kerr Second Harry Iames Store Manager Wlfe Waterworks Famxly Model MANIAC Cowglrl Waxtress Marrlage Opera Singer M D Good Wife Mechamc Taxi Driver Clerk Mrchlgan Doctor Pohtrcs Nurse Grant Wxfe Famrly Sports woman Farmerette Psychologrst Qulz Kxd Contractor You Tell Us Teacher Mother rn law Early Marrrage Welder Beachcomber Soda Ierk RGdlO Actress Trro Marrlage Teacher Charles Atlas Speeder World s blggest mxdget Insurance Agent Farmerette County Agent Interxor Decorator Perfect Wife Engagement Casanova Career Glrl Rooter Gxgolo A htterbug Mllllonalre Torch Sxnger Store Manager Concert Pxamst Gas Man Gene Krupa Fashron Desxgner Sergeant Iunk Tycoon Chorus Glrl Mounted Polrceman Female Lifeguard Telephone Operator Fog Horn Star Player Bean Pole FOIOA I 1 ' U . q . I IAMES HOEPPEL Sporting Blood A Line Used-car salesman Awww 'X Ml? V6 Q-zz.:-7 X' unions XGR5 f Q4 of N BAUMGARDNER r y G IOHNSON R P d tB BAR N d I R sW1cK Q Vf J X ' 1' xx ,ff fg , ff? .J L Sy 3. 1, N i-ff, X, f?X N X xxx -9 I gf!! , . Qf z- l h X esi en, . TO , ur W en, . A f I S I K , XV' J I : .N 01:23 At 4 fx K vzgfjy 5 .1, ' XJ! 7 1' ,4 1 X X x H ,QLQI W ""'l C f-we M APEL M AUGENSTEIIN C BADENI-IOP IVI BARRETT B BARTON I BAUIVIANI N BAUIVIGARDNER M BERNIUS G BLAIR P BLISS B BUCKIVIASTER M BURKHOLDER . CARTER IVI. COMADOLL H. CRAWFORD M. DAVIS R. DENNIE M. DIETRICK D. DONLEY I. EBERWINE R. EICHOFF P. FERGUSON P. FRANZ H. GERKEN W. FREYTAG VV. FUNCHION M. HEGLE R. HOOVER G. IOHNSON L. IOSEPH C KELLEY KOLBE N KRAEGEL KRUSE M KRUSE E LANGE M LANGE A LEKKA R MENGERINK NIEBEL M PLASSMAN I RIEGER ' I A 4 I 1 X J J 'XAA A. ROHRS T. SANEHOLTZ E. SATTLER B SCHEELE T SCHROEDER L SHAFER A SHOWMAN S SMITH I STOCKMAN A STURDAVANT R SWICK T SWICK H THORNTON F THORNTON R WACHTMAN L WALTLRS I WALTIMIRE I WARD S WATSON M WEAVLR R WEIRAUCH R WILLEMAN M YARNELL N, T . 3 4.. 5 ' r yff' 7 . I 1 ,wl- 1 UI 4 'U SOFA Olfll F06 kg M m-:lcx-IERT y P SCHULTZ P d mc NEUHAUSER Q L fx HURST fx biQs.J7a,fx K Rfcbfi-4 fri-xi 'xy fb, A Q 4 Lx Nm KX ' x W fx .JJ X' 4! T , . 1 . . .d LD., ' 3 9 In X 'Ml 4 QW K f N '1 A A f iw .f 552 FO? f , ,1 UI ,ff X, Ng! f a' X ' 'V x 'x 1 I QF' B J I ,NS 1' kv I M ff ' , xl 'Q' ' 'Hr 'Q M1514- A? D , Um M AGLER1 7 I L BABCOCY' F BADENHOP 1' LM -kwa S BAKER R BERNICYIE W BEVELHYMER A BILLOWS A BLISS P BUCKMASTER BROWN M COCHRAN W CREAGER IMA I, R DACHENHAUS DENNIE If N DRTMEHI L DIERINGER f' Lv 4l"'l7 1? f Aw J me ff T4 f5ST D FRED CK fyu-JLAAJ I FREYTAG I GUNTER I HARDY R HARDY C HARMON I HART ' R HATCHER 1- M HELBERC C HOOVER M HOUGLAND P HOWE D HUENER K D. HURST L. HURST H IRVIN H KERNES L KNEPLEY M KNIPP M LIDDLE D LANGE K LANGE R LANKENAU D LATHER B MCALLISTER S MCCOY E MEYER N MEYER A MILLER MILLER M MILLER R MILLER L MYERS C NEUHAUSER R NEUHAUSER L NOHL A E NEUSIIS B NYE A M PANNING M PUEHLER PALMER M RIEGER . 1 N Z .4 . 'fy L. 4 Y! A Q f M. MOTTER Civ . X4 V B. OI . P L. M. REICHERT G. RUSSELL B. SANEHOLTZ' M. SCHMIDT P. SCHULTZ . 1 , I D. SCHWAB I SCHWAB L SELHORST M SLIGHT M SPURGEON C SWARTZLANDER W TAYLOR A VALLANCE G VANDENBERGHE C WARD D WENDT M WENDT M WIEMKEN 4 E WITTENBERG X, c YARNELL N ZACHRICH I VANDEVELDE I. AA ,J fir fx Jy'JTiSU R. WULFP w . Q1 gfefiknflell ,lpn 1. .. S RAFFERTY Q5HMEN F BERNICKE Q S! gy gy t I AUSTERMILLER fl! X BOCKELMAN NN x X XIIZCD j k KA '1 f-wax Tpw -W .J ,ff kk'- tyS: Q - , '- P 'd . J 'd QL. K7-, xo, ff J ,f Y ' X 1' lggf f- ' 2 : ,X l a I I. AUSTERMILLER M BABCOCK M BADEN!-IOP D BAKER H BANKEY K BARNES W BEHNFELDT S BERNICKE M BILLIG L BOCKELMAN L BOULTON E BRADSHAW BRINK B BRUNS E BUCKMASTER B BUNN CHRISTY F CROSSLAND DACHENHAUS M DAVIS S DELVENTHAL L DIERINGER L DIETRICH D DIETSCH D. DURHAM A L. DURHAM ' B. PHEER R. FREYTAG H. FUNCHION . FUNCHION " F. GERKEN H GERKEN G WILLEMAN A GERMANN L GERMANN M GESSNER F GORDON L GRUBAUGH L HATCHER K HEFFLINGER C HELBERG E HESTERMAN T HONECK A HOWELL I HOY R HUETER R HUNTER C HUSTWICK G IENNINGS W JOHNSON H KELLER L KNEPLEY G KONZEN W KONZEN A LANGE M LANGE LANZER M MCHENRY M MEYER M MEYER E. OHLRICH N. NOHL f 'fs Q. ,ff I F, lx +6-S I is f 1I"l Wi! ,al 'W' JS zen- ' 4 . 0 6,-N M PACEY G PALMER E PANNING I PANNING PHILLIPS C PLASSMAN R POLKER C PUEHLER P RADEL S RAFFERTY A RIGGS I RITTER N ROESSING W ROGERS F SAMAN M SCARR P SHARPE T SHARTZER SHELT W STEINBRECHER M STEVENS I STOCKMAN R THIEL D WACHTMAN M WALKER P. WARNER O. WEIRAUCH I. GABLE V. WITTENBERG D. YOUNG G. ZACHRICH QITJE' ROW ONE M Armttage R Dunham S Detmar E Thornton A Hagen S Ward E Kruse C Cort rtqht N Sturdevant L Fruth D Lather T Grayson R Yokum R Plassman R Travts ROW TWO N Campbell L Babcock E Wcttktns L Flscher C Drlly R H rshberqer G Conkey I lVICColley D Arps I Thompson P Gtllsepte E Freytag M Elltng Y Short A Mxller ROW THREE S Hefilmger B H111 W Fltnt P Hahn H Mtller E Stevens R Carter I Myers K Kurber Dtertnger V Bauman S Due M Swartzlander I Lmdner ROW FOUR Mrs Ot V Sharp S Bab o lc N Dooltnq I Lefler S Land M Honeck B Behrens B Hagen K Brown I Zelles C Yackee R Dtckey I Bolles I Mullet Mtss Ntederhauser ROW FIVE S Bockelman 1 'isnt C Mann R Blue Keller H Mtller C Eberly H Myers M Baldwm R Adams R Dachenhans P Nebel R Vteqle I Galltger 'E' as mst ggi EBI HIE QUQII A gl? JE' ROW ONE G Agler M Showman A Raiiertv M Shro der D Pann ng H Bllow I Hershberger D Hawver I Sharp R Walter S Buckmaster B TeepIe S Spurgeon M Hunter P Ordway M Lange M Dtermqer ROW TWO M Setple C Mann I Ferguson I Freytag I Harrison V Whlttenberg R Ludeman C Mrchaleas S Myers I Bockelman C land D Nordon B Racey T Rttter R Steele ROW THREE C Mann B Krum L Svutcrc L Wa thman S Hull P Orwtck I Dachenhaus I Iackson I B nard ROW FOUR Mr Sweartngen R Rtchley M Mohler R Stolts E Oats M Babcock I Stetnb ecder P Phtll ps S Letfer C Gerrrann A Arps D L'oyd M C ossrron M Lowry R rltqgs D Polxa T Ory Mr Ort ROW FIVE H Myers M Iohnson K Honeclc B Daum K Van Dyk G Everlx Sc 'er Dtllon M Martlnez I Bankey R Showman B Watson B XNallcer C Plot? A Armttaqe in H v If-Ir2.?1 'F gym u .M . ....-.1- a ---n-1 ,TN ul' wi goofgaf as-wifi. ROW ONE: D. Menkerink, L. Swick, L. Durham. D. Weirauch, L. Kurber, C. P. Cochran, N Minnich, I. Mengerink, R. Bell, T. Hoefiel, B. Barton. ROW TWO: D. Huener. I. Waltimire, R. Wille man, R. Swick, M. Weaver, D. Kelley, G. Johnson. L. Shafer, B. Buckmaster, R. Hoover, E. Lange R. Bernicke. ROW THREE: Coach Buckenmeyer, K. Lange, I. Ward, R. Lankenau, P. Howe, T Shartzer, T. Donley, L. Knepley, S. McCoy, T. Fast, Coach Mossing. The 1948 Football squad enjoyed a successful season with Charles Bucken- meyer replacing Coach Nelson in his duties as head coach. Coach Bucken- meyer began the season with many green men and molded them into an ad- mirable team. In his duties he was ably assisted by William "Bil1" Mossing who acted as line and reserve coach. 1 N A A ,. A ,f N-V-if "-f" ,,, .. ,,,,- A Q .aff W . Q' i 1 aa, M , , f M. 34 . . s ,, T' 1-gl Q ,fm .F W 5 .N ,lfx bf W V 5, C755 - " A39 f M as I J M 8, 3,455 '5 X. Aw , m ,X M. wk 4 '-lf.. b 'Q LUV ruff .V wi? mm, New-L r , ,I K .N If 2 '55 ,M 54 -, X" M vm if I .V 3 i'm f' -' 'xi 'N 9 gf' x iv V ,M 4 , ',lx"g " MK L , .voip s iw? gh. f F a W- 4-all ,K M 25,11 i. A. N55 .sb ru- N!-A NUS' mflf SA? RSQQ, 4 E wr 5 ' fi :VN Our Educated Toe Minnich Bucks the Line Wi-i-i-ld ca-or-cz-cts go-ooo . . Grrr-rl ' ' r h x-. -,..,-.k. - '. FRONT ROW: D. Dietsch, M. Walker, M. Martiniz, W. Freer, VV. Steinbrecher. L. Bockelman, I. Bankey. T. Honeck, O. Weirauch, M. Myers, L. Grubaugh, M. Scarr, B. Niebel, E. Ulrich, B. Bruns, L. Swick. ROW TWO: T. Baldwin, I. Galliqer, C. Dilli, D. Lather, I. Myers. K. Kurber, H. Dachenhaus, A. Germann, H. Carter, L. Fruth, E. Buckmaster, B. Rodgers, R. Hershberqer, H. Blllows, D. Hawver, I. Bernicke. ROW THREE: Coach Swearingen, H. Myers, G. Conkey, E. Stevens, T. Ulrich, R. Ludeman, R. Steele, R. Blue. L. Wachtman, V. Wittenberg, R. Dickey, R. Yokum, R. Travis, H, Cramer, D. Steele. r. joofgaf Our Iunior High football team had a very successiul season. The team, coached by Iohn Swearingen, won the first game with Wauseon by a score of 27-O. The "Kittens" came out on top in the very next game, beating Bryan 31-7. The toughest game of the season came about against the Bowling Green Bobcats as the game ended in a scoreless tie. 17 18192021 W2 2,25-26 111f1111Wi1 3 11+ L' ?9'R9 A505 Zag I 11111, mom. ms. mC1.m.g,,EQ1. 5111, 12 3 45 6 72599 10 1112131410116 11141 3 'Z' Ah x S Q. -W N- fi -Q w gg . is 33" 'vii I I Pk x 5 I JN.. 5 1 , fy afgx 41 as , if 1 .. f u- 5 ' N w -f x l N W! vv 5' 4 A 572- U' 'Z x X yt? sf if I 3 Q Q V . A A m n 1545, I 1 "aff 19 if W I S f ' ,Jw 2' ' -gy ,Q f ' GIQJAZWAQ' hZa'b..ali"fS'f1a lf ew ki SYS, B v -wq rn.. T X E HHN E Q Q X., wwf L . us 1 U1 4:6 'fl 4 1 aux3fzrg., Nmg V, V-,xmWa,g .....,..,..,,..WM . N .. .w-v..4,Mbw,w 151: R , in gx 4 ,QQ .aa 1 ..4aani-nllffwwmf XIX qquunenvu-Q .Mf,.-mmwwm-was . 'L W .WA if iw Y:,....-annul ., hx lay. Saw lksssznieri' em-A sag 9.4 . 1 5 31 ,J ugnjg 11 77001421 forofer f ion 14 I4 T. Fast, M. Spencer, V Whittenberq, I. Orwiq, L Bockelman, Mr. Ort, H Bond, S. Babcock, B. Sane holtz, E. Sattler. .szien ce ROW ONE: S. Watson, I. Steinbrecher, L. Gibbs, H. Bond. ROW TWO: H. Crawford. M. Myers, H. Farison, B. Saneholtz, M. Wendt, A. Pacey, I. Buck- master, L. Walters, Mr. Heckler. ROW THREE: E. Sattler, I. Bauman, R. Augen- stein, D. Watchman, P. Buckmaster. ROW FOUR: E. Niebel, Mr. Smith, B. Honeck, F. Brown, D. Hoover, K. Dye, I. Eberwine, L. Bockelman. BOY'S GLEE CLUB FRONT ROVV. L. Myers, E. Buckmcster, B. Burton, R, Swxck, I.. Kurber, C. P. Cochran. D. Vlfochtmcxn II. Hueler, I. Roy, ROW TVVO: A. Pczcey, E. Pcrnnxnq, F. Teeple T. Shcrrtzer, V. Wxttenherq, L. Dietrlck F-.. Bxllows, R. Polker. ROW THREE: T. Post, R. Bernlcke ROW FOUR: H. Bond, I. Genult, P. Rodel, B Buckmcrster, T. Donley, T. Scrneholtz, D. Huener, D. Hurst, H. Thornton, P. Howe. ROW FIVE: O. Mcrrtm D. Dletsch, L. Selhorst, I. Wrrrd, C. Kelly, D. VVendt, W. Taylor, A. Howell, B. Crecrqer. R. Lcnkenclu ROW SIX: VV. Freer, G. Russell, T. Hoeflel, T. Reese, F. Brown, K. Dye, P, Bozl-celmcrn, S. McCoy. GIRL'S GLEE CLUB FRONT ROVV: C. Swcrtzlander, I. Gunter, M. Spencer, M. Babcock, I. Brown, I. Trlbby, I. Kerr, M Gessner, G. Zochrrch, M. Guede, P. Buckrncrster. ROW TWO: I. Freytcrq, M. Kruse, D. Pcmninq, D. Helneke M. Cochran, I. Brlnk, I. Austermiller, F. Gorden, L. Durham, I. Buckrnoster, ROW THREE: N. Nohl, R Hunter, D. Boker, C. Luther, I. Goble. ROW FOUR: M. Liddle, P. Schultz, H. Crawford, R. Carter, E Neusns, M. Vlfendt, M. Schmidt. P. Sharpe, M. McHenry, L. Shelt, M. B.lliq, S. Bernicke, I. Phillips, I. Pun n:nq. ROW FIVE: M. Puehler, C. Neuhcruser, R. Neuhcuser, N. Meyer, M. Rerchert, B. McAllister, L. Ger rncnn, M. Pcrcey, C. Hustwick, S. Delventhul, B. Bunn, I. Chrrsiy. ROW SIX: I. Austermlller, B. Dlshop M. Houqlund, M. Wlemken, B. Sorxeholtz, L. Babcock, A. Lekku, L. Knepley, C. Plcxssrnon, L. Nohl, M Dretrick, M. Bernius, A. Showmun. ROW SEVEN: B. Orthwein, M. Heqle, E. Niebel, M. Barrett, M. Comcrdoll L. Kolbe, E. Whittenberq. ROW EIGHT: V. Loudon, A. Stout, B. Beck, I. Taylor, C. Harmon, L. Boumqcrrd ner, M. Yurnell, Mr. Reeder. ROW NINE: L. Germunn, B. Bost, F. Gordon, E. Scxttler, M. Dretsch, I. Stem brecher, M. Myers, H. Fcrrrson, K. Vorwerk, I. Orwiq, I. Isenhcrrt. K... N .-r.,,, , 5A A I '. .' n ,Id-Q' in '5 y, come out from behmd that veu .: 'VVHCYE VVS' CCYTIG XTX The ZIOLZEIG cast lnclufioixi Puflty Dean , , . IYAINCII1 Heqle, vm Q New Ivnct an Laquu D10-I Swxci-:, Lynx Walters. Zcimmh Lcrzcn . . , Flame Yleibel, H1 18 Auczonstmn Lecwfiv La follsw , , BMI F'.lHCh1YIX Msrtirtia-r Frcthlnfgicri . Tarn Sur hz Claxton Kelex I P164-:erm . Ixzti VV::1t1mxrQ Bruce Bkxcrlrtlzwter, liz, ZVAIIQ Picbcv PVWT1 I1 ' Mrf Hovslztt 15.-'-"' M""l "" 15" llxxz' Ha- lu M ' 4 W ' 'Ngfgu Mr FM' H " f ww' ' I "'k 'Www 'T xzx 303.1 ' B rlf P Y 'ir rc NITE' AZ' '1't:', 'Q XY' x-T :rf " 'K" ' WT 1 ff, Wg Wwmm WiM T Q W 32 M 2 3 451532252 7. 8 9 WW1112 14151617189M 21222 412513 ,29?2f'i 28 Truman or Dewey? 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