Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

 - Class of 1950

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Our Jilrutore are the men 'und the scenes who keep our bmldmg clean cmd warm Here we see Mr Pcmnmg sveepmg the sreps Mr Kmpp dustmg CI trophy cmd Mr Kan ney shovelmg coal rs D In fvrv Q I Q Ye vw 1 eercr errurur ffrd r A "' 031 vlg J FX 9 rr- Q be- , . 'Ifre cirxverr ' fl .5 tzge Sean fit' hive ,Md 1 1. ,- Tied frerti f3fE1'ffi, fi Irie, K ,. 42211 Tlrey' ere, M. Adwzps, . tx rdc :tif ., .Lffiizirer V Sdilif :er C Swcrtzhuuglr 'md T, Qual, , 7 ff L lf hu l fff . I ,tiff Q 'Til-eH'j7'o'W""c'i 7 ' . l ,ffijzni "'i,,-'-ffv 1 -.-""""1'! ,P x 7? 'V z wy?J,,,4'+' 4 Seniau l OFFICERS I President ------ Dick Swick Vice President - - - Byron Barton Secretory - - NdorniBourngordner Treasurer - ---- Lois Kolbe Our school doys hdve been hdppy, But now it is time to go, Behind ore recollections Ahead our futures glow. l15l RICHARD ARTHUR SWICK Charhe College Football 1 2 3 4 Track l 4 Science Club 2 German Club 3 4 Boys Glee Club 12 Sec 34 HAY 23 Pres 4 Student Council l 2 4 Vtce Pres 3 N Club 2 3 4 Iumor Red Cross 1 2 4 Colle e Club 4 Pa er murals l 2 3 4 Ir Class Play 3 Movie Proyectlonrsts l Acap pella 2 4 Class Pres 2 3 4 Duck a fxne athlete plays each sport wrth skxll He s handsome good natured and full of good w1ll LOIS ANN KOLRE Lore Secretarxal Grrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Y Teens 234 GAAl234 I-lallMoru tors 34 Iuntor Red Cross 12 3 4 Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff Ir Class Play 3 Rel Attendance Taker l Actxvxty tlcket Collector 3 Acappella Blond hair and brxght eyes Ltkes to look around the guys Samoa Glam Jluiofuf The class of 1950 of Napoleon Hxgh School 18 now at the hxghest peak 1n lts school career NAOMI BAUHGARDNER Ru thxe Business Lxbrary Asststants Club 3 2 Gxrls Glee Club 2 F H A l 4 c y 2 Pres 3 G A A I Sec y 2 Hall Monitors 4 Stu dent Councxl 3 Iumor Red Cross 1 2 3 4 All Star Volley ball 2 Rel Ed Attendance Class Treas 3 Class Secy 4 National Honor Socxety 3 4 She works hard and converses wlth ease She s a real cut gal and sure to please BYRON EARL BARTON Barty Agrxculture Football l 2 3 4 Track 3 Boys GleeClub34 H1Y34 FFA 1 2 3 4 Student Council 3 N Club 2 3 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Class V Presxdent 34 A football player wrth muscles He s fnendly and strong who d ask for more men wasnt any fun but when we were sophomores we looked down on the mcommg freshmen as green We the members of th1s clas are remmded of our past school days We remember that t1me when we en tered the f1rt grade and how exc1ted we were The h1ghl1ghts 1n our grade school career were few but the ones we had were very excmng The operettas we were ln supplxed a great deal of recreatlon and educahon for We learned how to work and get along together As we entered Iunlor Hxgh School we thought we were tn the dnvers seat Durmg Iumor H1gh we had a football and basketball team Cheerleaders were chosen and no one could say our class was behmd the others Our freshman year was excltlng and rather confuslng Wlth so many dxerent teachers to tell us what to do we were on a track that seemed to go many d1fferent ways Th1s was one of our bxg years because we could 1o1n the d1fferent orgamzatlons Bexng called green fresh THORNTON L16 HARRY IUNIOR Mm December ll 1931 lntromurals 12 study Hall November 41 Hell make a zealous bust Our yumor year held the most excltement over prevlous years The Iunxor Class Play and the lumor Semor Prorn vtere the most excltmg events We also took care of the refreshment stand dunng the basketball games But now as we thrnk of thxs our last year 1t w1ll mean the end of school for some and the begmnmg of careers for others We th1nk of the last class play we could present as a whole class and the last day we could have any part m the school act1v1t1es Yes we are at the hxghest peak 1n our school career but we w1ll long remember our happy days tn school and step mto the future with our mlnds set for the h1gh est peak 1n our ent1re l1ves We apprec1ate the efforts of the faculty and thelr frlendshlp to the class of 1950 MILTON HENRY APEL Busxness German Club 3 Iumor Red Cross 1 Retaxlrng Club 4 Attendance Taker 4 ness man He always does the best he CCII1 -'I I . -I U '-,-Z.-,nw-I -I Se' I - --V' '. 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' MARANN LOUISE AUGENSTEIN Ranme College Scxence Club 3 4 French Club l 2 Secy 4 German Club 3 Secy 4 Grrls Glee Club 4 S c Ch Y eens 24 Soc Ch 3 GAA l 23 Pres 4 Hall Momtor 3 u dent Councrl 23 Treas 4 Iumor Red Cross 4 Paper Staff 3 4 An nual Staff 4 All Star Vo'leyball 1 2 3 4 Study Hall Attendan e Taker 4 Ir Class Play 3 Rel Ed Attendance Taker 2 Class Attend ance Taker 4 Actrvrty Tlcket Col le tor 2 3 Acappella Cho1r 3 Sentor Glrls Ensemble A loyal frlend and true 15 she Wxth clever WII shes called Rannre MARILYN IEANNE BARRETT Babe Retarlmg Grrls Glee Club l 2 3 4 Y Te n H A 3 4 ta1l1ng Club 4 Ir Class Play 3 Babe 1S helpful eff1c1ent and wrse She s wmsom and fnendly w1th pretty brown eyes MARILYN MAXINE BERNIUS Mrdge Secretarlal and Reta1l1ng Glrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Y Teens 2 A 2 3 G A A 1 2 4 V Pres 3 Hall Mom or 4 Student Councxl 4 Iumor Red Cross l 2 4 Retarlrng Club 4 News Reporter 4 Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 A Star Basketball l Z 3 4 All Star Volleyball 34 Study Hall Attendance Taker l lr Class Play 3 Acappella 2 3 4 Commerclal Club 4 Senlor Grrls Ensemble She has a dmcxmond that sparkles and gleams L1ke the lxght rn her eyes she IS happy rt seems PAUL RUSSELL BLISS Paul General Iunror Red Cross l 2 3 4 He always has a smrle for you Well mannered and happy the whole day through BRUCE FRANCIS BUCKMASTER Boots Retallmg Football 3 Track 3 Boys Glee Club 34 Student Councll 3 N Club 3 4 Retarlmg Club 3 Inna murals 1234 Ir Class Play 3 Acappella 3 4 He lxkes hrs work at the Charles Store A busy fellow and qu1ck what more? CAROLYN MAE BADENHOP Badre Busxness A lstor n a Momtcr 14 lumor Red Cross Z Far you may search before you lxnd One so generous sweet and kmd IANET VIOLA BAUMAN an College Scrence Club 23 4 German Club G ls ee Club l eens 3 4 Sec y 2 A A Hall Mom or Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra l Z Iunxor Red Cross l 2 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 4 All Star Basket b l All Star Volleyball 34 Study Hall Attendance Taker l Ir Class Play 3 Home Room At tendance Taker 12 3 Acappella 24 Senlor Grrls Ensemble Vrvaclous well lrked where ee she goes GERALD VINCENT BLAIR Gary Agrtculture F F A 2 3 4 Intramurals 12 3 4 A pal to all we call h1m Gary He s qurte a guy and oh so merry CAROLYN MINNIE BRINK Brmky Secretanal eens 234 FHA 1234 A 12 34 Hall Monltor 2 lunlor Re Cross 2 I Cass Play Actrvrty Trcket Collector 2 R serve Cheerleader 14 Happy go lucky faxr and ree Nothmg there IS that bothers me ROSEMARY GRACE CARTER Rosy Secretarlal Grrls Glee Club 2 3 4 Y Teens 2 F H A l 3 4 Ir Class Play Usher ette Commercxal Club 4 G A A l Hall Monltor 4 Iunlor Red Cross 1 2 3 4 Semor Grrls Ensemble L brary Assmstants Club 4 Acappel la 2 4 A lovely grrl wlth char'n and grace Wxth pleasxrg ways and pleasmg face L17 ' ' ' 1-3- 0 . . 2f - . ,W ' , st - . , ' ' '. , - 111-1. . 1-3-4 Hj :Q 2, H111 - - - , I I 5 3-4, I ..I .. ' 3-4, if ' Gl ' " -2-3-4, Y- r - ' , 111-1. . 1-2-3, - ' . . . V . e S GA. . 1-2-3-4, 't AS. 2,vP. , . 1-2-3, G.A,A. 1-2. - , Re- - - -1 -1 " E 'A ' , -- all , ' -, lan's la girl who'Is on her toesy 3-4,111-1. . 1- -, '. '- - ice A '11 1 -,- - ' l 4 . - ' ' ' ' ' 1 Y-T ...4---,G..A, '- 'd"",r.1 ' 3, W . , . I e- , . l ' f V MARY MARLENE COMADOLI. Marlene Retarlxng G r s Glee Club l 2 3 4 Y Teens A 4 Red Cross 2 3 4 Retax rn Club 4 Ir Class Play Acappella 3 4 Senrors Glrls Ensemble Shes most attracttve and so charming Marlene s sweet dxmples are q.nte dlsarmmg HELEN ELIZABETH CRAWFORD HGPPY Sclence Sctence C ub 2 3 Vrce Pres Lrbrary ASSISIGHIS Club 3 Pres 4 German Club 4 Vlce Pres 3 Glrls Gee Club 234 YTeens 234 A Hall Mom or Iumor Red Cross l 2 3 4 College C ub 4 Paper Stall 3 Ed tor Chref 4 Annual Staff 4 Study Hall Attendance Taker 4 Home Room Attendance Taker 4 ACIIVIIY Trcket Collector 3 Acappella 24 Senxor Gtrls Ensemble Everyone loves h r to all she dear Shes gracxous mtelllgent kmd and sxncere MARY ANN DIETRICK Mary Retatlxng Gu s Glee Club 2 3 4 Y Teens H A 3 4 Star Volleyball 3 4 Iunxor Red oss l 2 3 4 I Class Pla Acappella 2 3 4 Senior Grrls En semble A wlnmng way a cheery smxle She makes the dullest day worth whxle IOHN LEO EBERWINE Iohnnny College Scrence Cub 3 Treas 2 Pres 4 German Club l 2 Student Councll l Band 12 3 4 Orchestra 2 N Club 2 3 4 Iunlor Red Cross l College Club 4 Paper Staff Cc edltor 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Ir Class Play 4 Movie Proyectlontsts 12 3 Basketball Manager 23 Football Manager 23 Natlonal Honor S cey 34 Class Pres l He s lull ol pep and quxte a tease He wears hrs lotl-es wxth aurtty ease PATRICIA CAROL FERGUSON at Secretary Gtr s Glee Club Z 3 4 Y Teens l 4 2 Hall Monttor 2 lunxor Red Cross Pa er a 4 Annua Sal 4 Ir Class Play 3 Actlvrty Txcket Collector 4 Acapp a Senlor Gxrls Ensemble Her cheery laugh and sunny sr' le Gxve peppy Pat a matchtess style t MARGIE IEAN CORDES Margxe Busmess Glrs Glee Club Florxda G A A Florlda l 2 Band Drum Malorette Florxda l 2 Iuntor Class Play Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Mxxed Glee Club Florlda l 2 She wears a rtrtg thxs drlrgent ass A ixne addttton to her class ROBERT LEE DENNIE Bob Retaxlmg Iumor Red Cross 3 Retalllng Club 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Bob s a lad ol quxet demeanor He s not loud and noxsy as the average teener DORWIN THOMAS DONLEY lndustrral Arts Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Track l Boys Glee Club 3 Cub 234 Ir Red Crossl234 Intramurals l Acappella 3 4 Not too serrous not too gaf But a real nxce guy m every way RUDOLPH HENRY EICKHOFI' Shorty Agrlculture FEA 1234 Student Council 3 Iunlor Red Cross 3 Intramurals A happy go lucky chap a farmer he ll be Hes wltty and mtschxevous to htgh degree C PAUL FRANZ Skrp lndustrral Arts Intramurals l 2 3 4 Pauls handy at the Kroger Store Hrs wxse grtn rs sure to make htm score WALTER HERMAN FREYTAG Walt College Band l 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Col lege Club 4 Paper Staff 3 4 An nual Staff 4 I Class Play German Club 3 4 Hes lair well liked a line musician A whiz in drawing with high ambition HENRY D GERREN Hank Agriculture Baseball Florida l 2 Basketball Florida 1 2 Boys Glee Club Flon da 12 FFA Florida 1 Napoleon 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Ir Class Play Why should lile all labor be When, one is young and gay like me RICHARD LEE HOOVER Dick College Football 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Science Club 23 4 German Club 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Student Council 3 lunior Red Cross 1234 Paper Stall 34 Annual Stall 4 lntra murals l Ir Class Play 3 Foot ball Manager 12 N Club 23 4 College Club 4 Dick is slim and also tall Hts greatest love is basketball LEWIS EDWARD IOSEPH Louie Agriculture F F A I3 4 Treas 2 Iunior ed Cross 2 3 He comes from a farm where works with a will Some day he ll own one the soil he will till LESTER FRED RRUSE ' Pete" Industrial Arts Student Council 4, Iunior Red Cross 2-3-4, Ir. Class Play 3, Happy am I, and from care I'm lree, Why arn't they all content like me? WILLIAM FUNCHION Bx Agriculture Track 3 4 F F A l 2 3 4 lntramu rals 3 4 Ir Class Play 3 N Club Bill is a larmer handsome and nice At him the glrls will always look twice KIRIAM RUTH HEGLE Miriam Secretarial l23 College 4 Ger man Club 34 Girls Glee Club 4 GAA 1234 Hall Mo tor 2 3 4 Iunior Red Cross 3 4 All Star Basketball 23 All Star Vol leyball 2 3 Study Hall Attendance Takerl Ir Class Play 3 Rel Ed Attendance Taker 3 Acappella 3 4 Library Assistants Club 4 Col lege Club 4 National Honor So clety 3 4 Miriam versatile clever and wise She sings like a bird lor her VOICE 15 C1 PYIZE GEORGE IOSEPH IOHNSON George Industrial Arts Football l 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 Student Council 2 3 N Club 2 3 4 Iunior Red Cross 2 3 4 Intramurals l Class Secretary Popular George is a guy we all know Although he s red haired there no temper to show CLAYTON NORMAN KELLEY Korky General Football l 2 3 4 Basketball Track 12 3 4 German Club 3 4 Boys Glee Club 234 HiY 34 Iunior Red Cross 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 4 Iunior Class Play 3 N Club 2 3 4 Acappella 2 3 4 A big and husky guy ts tr e And apt to play a prank on you MIRIAM FRANCES KRUSE ' Mickey" College Library Assistants Club 3-4, Ger- man Club 3-4, French Club 2,3-4, Girls' Glee Club l-3-4, Y-Teens 2- 3 Treas. 4, G.A.A. l-2-3-4, Iunior Red Cross l-2-3-4, College Club 4, Paper Stali 3-4, Annual Staff 4, Study Hall Attendance Taker 2, Rel, Ed. Attendance Taker 2, Ir. Class Play, Y-Teens Treas. 4, De- bate 2-3. Miriam desires a teacher to be, She wants to help children learn A-B-C. l19l ELDON 1 LANGE ake Agriculture otball L 3 4 Tra V Y A V ce Pres 2 Pres aent our lntrarrurals l L Baslf b 4 s quie rue 51 es lootbal rle s TG ANNA HELEN LEKKA Anna Secretarial irs Glee Club 34 lunior Red oss l2 3 4 All Star Basket al 3 Study Hall Atten'lan e Tal-'er 3 Iunror Class Play J Anna s a sweet and thoughllul maid Pretty considerate she wil make the grade ELAINE NIEBEL Elaine College Science C ub 2 3 4 Sgt at ar s Library Assistants Club 34 Ger man Club 3 Secy 4 Girls Glee ub1234 YTeens 234 F l 3 Treas 2 Pres 4 Hall Monitor 4 Student Council Sec 4 Ban 1 2 3 Drum Majorette 4 Orchestra Iunior Red Cross 2 College Club 3 Paper Stall 34 Annual Staff Co editor 4 Study Hal Attendance Taker 23 I Class Play Rel Ed Attendance Taker 2 Home Room Attendance Taker 1 2 3 Activity Ticket Collec tor 12 Movie Protectionists l Acappella 3-4, National Honor So- ciety 3-4. Happy, l endly, l'll t l' , She'll make someone a dandy wife. CHARLES ALBERT MOTTER "Chuck" lndustrial Arts School was boring to this young man, Now he is loaltng happy as clarr ARLENE MILDRED ROHRS Arlene Horne Economics PHA 4, Hall Month: F lunzcr Red Cross l-2-3, Stuay Hall At- tendance Taker I-4 lsnzf' Class Play Usher 3 Rel Ea Afenfiance Taker 4 Home Rccrzi Attendance Taker l Arlene :S so gentle ana sweet Tc know this dependable gzrl is a treat MILDRED ANNA LANGE Millie Secretarial A 3 Iunio Red Cross A Star Volleyball 24 lr Cass Play 3 A good friend and loyal s she She s knowr by he narre of Millie RICHARD EUGENE MENGERINK Iumbo College Football l 4 Baske ball 4 Track 2 3 4 German Club 34 H 23 Treas 4 Student Coun N Club 2 3 4 Iunlor Red Cross 1 2 3 4 College Club 4 Pa per Staff 3 Intramurals 1 Class Vice Pres 2 N Club Vice Pres 4 H s quiet its true and h ik basketball Hes real good fellow nice and small MARGARET M PLASSMAN Plassy Business A V e Pes Iuniol R Cross 1 2 3 4 Iunior C ass Play National Honor Society 3 4 Not bold nor shy nor short nor a But a pleasant mingl ng ol them a IDA MAY RIEGER ,. da.. Secretarial F,H.A. 2-4, Iunior Red Cross - - Shes nice and winsome, it's easy see, Well-mannered and pleasant, we all agree. THOMAS IULIAN SANEHOLTZ l'Iustice" Retailing Basketball l-2-3, Track l-2, Boys Glee Club 2-3-4, Hi-Y 2-3-4 N-Club 2-3, Iunior Red Cross 1-2-3-4 Re- tailing 4, lntramurals I-4, Iunior Class Play, Acappella 2-3-4, Hi-Y Chaplain 4 A diligent person you ll agree A success in business 'Iustice will be ESTHEB EMMA SATTLER College Science Club 3 Sec 4 French Club 3 4 German Club 2 Girls Glee Club I 2 3 4 Y Teens 5 3 4 nt Council 4 Band l 2 3 4 Red Cross I 2 3 4 Paper Staff 3 All Star Basketball 3 4 All Star Volleyball 2 3 4 Rel Ed Attend ance Taker 3 4 Movie Projection lst l 2 3 4 Senior Girls Ensemble An ambitious grrl both busy and kind Her manner is friendly as well refined THOMAS NEIL SCHROEDEB Tom Retailing Football 12 Tack IZ H Y234 Band l 2 3 4 N Club l 2 Retailing Club Treas 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Iunior Class Play 3 Commercial Club 4 All work and no play make one a dull boy S why be dull'7 Lte itselt is CY ARLENE MAY SHOWMAN Arlene Retailing Girls Glee Club 2 3 4 YTeens 2 Iumor Red C oss I 2 3 4 Study Hall Attendance Taker 13 lun or Class Play 3 Commercial Club 4 Retailing Club 4 Senior Girls Ensemble 4 Iolly and happy and gay thats Arlene Shes always laughing yet serene UNA MAE STEVENS "Una" Retailing - eens 2, F.H.A, l-2-3-4, G. . . 2, Iunior Red Cross I-2-3-4 Study Hall Attendance Taker 3, Ir. Class Play 3, Commercial Club 4, R - tailing Club 4. This likable girl is a taithlul, hard worker, She's thoughtful and mild and never a shirker. ANNELLA IEAN STURDAVANT "Nellie" Home Economics Girls' Glee Club 2, Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. l-2-4, G.A.A, 1-2-3, Iunior Red Cross 1-2-3-4, Intramurals 3, LI. Class Play 3, CommercialClub Shkes cute and sweet as she can er A nicer girl you'll never see. BERNADINE SCHEELE Deeny General German Club 3 4 F H A 4 lun Red Crass I 2 3 4 Bernie is a splendid cook Shell bait some man a tempting hook LEO EDWARD 'WAFER Butch Industrial Arts Football l 2 3 4 Track 4 H Y 3 4 N Club 2 3 4 Iunior Red Cross Intr murals 12 3 4 Ir C ass Play 3 A big and well built guy is With cute remarks that make much glee SHERMAN H SMITH Smitty Industrial Arts Ir Class Play 3 Iunior Red Cross 2 Tall and agile Smrttys a nice QUY Hek nows his stutt although hes shy PAUL IUNIOR STOCKMAN "Iunior" Agriculture . .A. -2-3-4, Iunior Red Cross VZ- . Iunior has beautitul curly, black hair, His mind is alert and always aware. THEODORE WILLIAM SWICK "Squirrel" Industrial Arts Football 2-3-4, I-Ii-Y 2-3-4, N-Club 4, Iunior Red Cross l-2-3-4, Paper Staff 3-4, Annual Staff 4, Iunior Class Play 3. I-Ie'll always be happy, he'll al- ways be gay, And always help others drive dull cares away. l21l FRANKLIN CLAYTON THORNTON Frank Busxness Boys Glee Club Iunxor Red Cross 2 3 4 Franklrn to the teacleers Frank to the kids C rrxes no torch so rs open lor brds RICHARD DEAN WACHTMAN Dxck College Scrence Club 2 3 Treas 4 French Club 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 2 4 Iunlor Red Cross l2 Paper Staff 3 Home Room Attendance Taker 4 Reserve Cheerleader 2 Debate He s a lrkeable chap always ready for tun Wxth sharp wrt and mxnd hes surpassed by none DONALD IAMES WALTIMIRE rm lndustrral Arts Football 12 3 4 Track 12 3 4 H Y 3 N Club 3 4 Iunror Red Cross l 2 3 4 Intramurals l 2 3 4 Study Hall Attendance Taker l Ir Class He always has a smrle for you Happy go lucky the whole day through MARVIN RAYNOND WEAVER Pep Industrxal Arts Football l 2 3 4 Basketball I 3 4 Track 1234 Student Councxl 3 lub 2 3 Pres 4 Iunxor e oss l 2 3 4 Intramurals l 2 Class Play 3 Hes a fast runner hard to beat To have hrm as a trrend rs a real treat ROBERT LEE WILLEMAN Skrppy lndustrxal Arts ootball l 2 3 4 ack ub 234 Iunror Red Cross l 'I 4 Intramurals l A 3 4 Basketbal Manager 24 Ir Class Play 3 Bob youll txnd rs a happy young ad Hrs laugh ls olten heard for e rarely rs sad DONALD FREDERICK VON DEYLEN Don Agrrculture PF A 3 4 Iunror Red Cro s Ir Class Play Don appears to be qurte shy But he ll outgrow rt bye and by HAROLD LYNN WALTERS Goose College Scxence Club 234 German Club Y 3 Reporter 4 Student Councll 3 Pres 4 Iumor Red Cross 12 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Study Hall Attendance Taker l Ir Class Play 3 Debate A little nonsense now and then ls relrshed by the best of men SALLY LOU WATSON a College Sclence Club 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 Pres 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Student Council 4 Iumor Red Cross 1234 Lol lege Club 4 Paper Staff 3 4 An nual Staff 4 I Class Play Home Room Attendance Taker ACTIVITY Txcket Collector l 2 3 Mo 'he s always gxgglmg she s al ways gay 'he ll cha e the borxng hour away RUTH IRENE WEIRAUCH Ruth Secretarxal Grrls Glee Club 2 3 Hall Momtor Iumcr Red C oss l 2 3 4 tlvlty Txcket Collector 4 Ruth rs quiet and unaggressxve She s nrce and polrte but strll pro gressrve MARY ANN YARNELL Mary Retarlxng rrs Glee Club 34 G Iunror e oss l 23 Retarlxn C u Ir Class Play 3 Commercxal Club 4 Semor Grrls Ensemble She has such a lrrendly way Always laughxng and always gay ' ' I . , . - , ' s 1-2- , 3-4, , 3 a V' I . - ' ' E , ' H 3-4,I-li- , ' zls. 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""' 41 Q gfvfr-7' ' 4 i - A, E 7 U W Z..-oy es ' Y ' vas, L ?""""'w.., , OFFICERS Presrdem - - f DQR V Uclnrxu Vrce Presrcienf f - Loc F ckehric Secre3tC1r',' l,""4l'A-'YI .ffclienr Treasurer ,Lx Q" Plflssiru Most crzzcrzmq timings we do, Class of rmeteerr tr wc. L231 'ln , A .., A "" TVHMILLEQR ll J. FABCOCK YA BAT. ETIHTPP f, BAKEF 5 .-ML! BILL B K '- :AQVEQ '.'.' BEHTIFELL, T S EEFHICKE OCKELMAT L BOULTQ F BRAI uHA.' B BRUN9 E BUCKMASTER B BUNF CROSSLAT F I VACHENHAU J M IWAVIQ S IJELVETTHA TETRICH ILTBCH 3 FREER M FREYTAF LITM H x, lm V r 'JK f EHMA GHRMA F GORDO L PRUBAUEH HATFHER f' HUQT NICK K HEEr LI GER EIQ rIOI-I K EPLEY L KI P H KELLER I KOI ZEI L'E NKO M LAIIGE L LAIIZEE MLHEI RY A LUDEMAII M MEYERR M MEYERS MOHRIIG I II HL K MILLER E OHLRICH PALMER M PACEY E PA I G PAII PLASSMAI I PHILLIPS R POLKER K PRECHT C PUEHLER D Eu! Eli . H.f'xFPLrT:' , mf-f-P A M1 J J.. F KTTH? FCESSITI3 HUGHES 3.4 SCAFF P SHAFPE HARTZLR L QHELT 6 STLH 3HLCHEH EJEIJQ HIOCKMAI R THEIL D WACHTMAT M WALKER VAIJIDEI BROCPX R WEIRAUCH V' WILLEMAN T WILFOHID J ITTET PERG HEFFLI GER C HELBERG xr urcwrpmnr HWY H I ZAC F CH Q . I . .. 3: , M ST" .Q . Xl V N , , Q XJ . , . v ., ,X .V ,- .. 1. HWYIECK I I HUY f1.L P' , 'XQTPIH FYQTITFQP' Q Y'fQ'Tf'3 TS .f ,r"'f?-I ,..-ni' 25 Q -rv-""'f??L' lm . " YT II Lf-"" ,.,4-' Qaedhmen OFFICERS President -f--- Larry Fruth Vice President ---- Foul Niebel Secretary - - - Barbara Behrens Treasurer f - Larry Fisher Look ai us! Were gay, you see, For were the class of fifty-three. i371 3.5 ARM. . AGE F RAECCCK f, .REPS L EAECOCK 'J RAUMAII S BOCKELMAN Es EEHIJFELLT B REHREFIS I BOLLES R CARTER K BROWN N CAMPBELL C CLARKE C CORTRIGHT G CONKEY B COWKLIN CORTRIGHT LL z: M DTETRICH S UE 1 MER J E L HAY' :Er K' X1 .- f- Z' 41CEfE'!' ,, ., . X, ,fx L fl ,UCL fl f 'R .. f 'YL U ,.,. ,.f. LLLI.. . ,,.f.,, , .V TN.-.. 1. 'af 1 E FREYTAG I FRUTH P GTLLESPIE FRUTH I GALLAGHER A HAGEN K HALL B HAGEI P HAHI' S HEFFLINGER B HILL A HOF? R O EPH I KENT K KURBER S LAND LEFLER B HERMAN R HERSHBERGER I IACOUA C KOLBE E KRUSE M LANGE D LATHER I LUDEMAD P LEONARD M LIDDLE -'K 9 L , f, Af if ML HONECK , . .r 1 S A A I 1 1 ' 1 ff ji? v. iv 'Q , f-fx. . .-., .. 1.15.4 mf ' 'V'- ,..h,HPU.J , ,,,..-, r. .f......LZ' IIJWHLEE PLASSMAH I MEYEF I ROPERQ L SHORT E STEVE P PL 1 r Tl.LbLf E HKPVL ROHLA J SHARPE I SHUMAKER R QUGHT F SNYDER M STURDAVANT I THOMPSO H THORVT A TEH IAQ 1-Olyg,i,,,.q,-.4 ww ,MFI 14 iiwifu ' O .9 A' S Qui activities provide us with out . I side interests and entertainment. Gb Y Kan' Q- C i-411 I Buckeye sw LITERARY STAFF BUSINESS STAFF CO-EDITORS AND ADVISOR SPORTS STAFF PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF ART STAFF IOURNALISM WRITING EDITOR cmd ADVISOR MAINTENANCE STAFF ART STAFF STAFF Y , , , , ft Hersniser H Crawford T Swicx, I Baurnart, I. JV1. Jf Freytag Top left, lst row E lliebel, R ters, P Ferguson l. Kclbe M Hoover, M, Augenstein, M llernius Kruse, M. Cordes, l Eberwine Znd row R Swick L Walter: S Watson ' Ram The Wildcats Hoar staff, under the supervision of advisor, Mr Hershiser and editorfinfchief, Helen Crawford, has put forth every effort to publish a satisfactory paper for the student body and faculty Each rnerriber of the staff has his responsibility of putting out the paper They publish a paper that contains in its reading: educational standpoints, hurnor, and basic facts Using tlpese three iterns as its fcrrn, the staff writes a paper worthwhile to the reader f43i f-ff Fxrst Row Left to Rxghi T Smck I W Me'1G econd Row Lei! io Rlght T Q hroede T Scmfholt 1. Mver IJ Hur e 1 U e 1 J Ce P Secret re-as 6 OFFV V hQ J1C e 5 T1 Berwr J Cx HC ve ,Ci Menae 14 Dime rr W 1 " . 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'Y' iffi ff r' 1 V W'7een4 Fxrst Row Left to Rlght I Br1nk C Bunk M Pacey P Buckmaster M Puehler M Agler B Saneholtz I Gunter M McHenry C Hustwlclc C Puehler M Kruse A Showman Second Row Lett to Fught M Babcock R Hunter C Neuhauser C Yarnell H Crawford M Cochran I Phllllps P Sharpe S Delven hal M Kmpp S Watson Mrs DeTray Third Row Lett to B1ght M Meyer E Neusus M Llddle L Babco lc N Meyer P Schd17 S Bernlcke M Bllllg M Hougland M Gessner Fourth How Lett to Rlght I Freytag M Wlemken I Austerrrnller M Rerchert M B rnlu I Bauman B Augenstem B Orthwexn L Kolbe B Neuhauser I Brown Flilh Row Lett to Btght E Sattler E Nrebel B Drshop P Ferguson B Bunn Or FICLBS Presrdent Sal Watson Vlce Presrdent Io Brown Secretary Bev Bunn Treasurer Mlrxam Kruse Socral Charrnnan Pat Schultz The Y Teen Club ot Napoleon l-hgh School has been orgamzed to do good for the school commumty and country Dunng the year they have s, onsored dan e and have taken care of con cess1ons at the football games The club represented ltselt 1n our l-lornecomtng parade by en errng a float whrch took trrst prrze Members ot thls club may 1o1n at the end ot thelr freshman year rn school I4 I I Z - I - , - , t , - I - . 1 . . , . , . , . , . , . , , , . , . l , . , , . , .. , . , g .. . F V .A , r , . , , , . , , X. , . , , .,, I 1 . , . , . -1 A , , . Q -5. , . , , . , . . , . S , , , 1-1 Q f I r ' vs f , J C S . r . . . L . L . . , . . . . Seated Left to Ftlght T Schroeder B Buckmaster Mr Andrews T Taneholtz M Comadoll Stcrndmg left to rlght M Apel A Showrnan U Stevens M Bermus B Denme M Bar rett M Dletrlck M Yarnell H Thornton qadfme Refadmd 0 OFFICERS Presrdent Bruce Buckmaster Secretary Marlene Comadoll Treasurer Tom Schroeder News Reporter Manlyn Bermus The F R O Club has progressed very rapldly smce llS beglnmng IH l947 The members have added many new features to therr club Thelr tlreless efforts have gamed them a posrtlon as a regular orgamzatlon ln our I'l1gh School Under the guldance of Mr Andrews and wrth the help of every member thus rs one of the most outstandlng clubs of the school L46 O I I H Vice President ------ Thomas Saneholtz l Frrst Row Left to Rrght L Bockelman B Stembrecher N Roessmg G Iohnson D Hoover D Hurst B Wrlleman T I-loneck Second Row Left io Rrght I. Grubaugh T Swlclc T Donley E Buckmaster S McCoy I Waltlmlre T Shartzer M Scarr Thlrd Row Left to Rxght Mr Buckenmeyer D Mengerrnk M Weaver K Kelley L Durham D Swlck D Huener L Shafer D Wendt R Lankenau B Bernlcke Mr Moesmg XVGAM OFFICERS Presldent Pep Weaver Vrce Pres1dent Drck Mengermk Secretary Treasurer Kork Kelley Thrs club formed to ralse money to buy useful thlngs for lhe athletrc de partment 1n Napoleon H1gl'1 School ln thrs club the members are boys who have been awarded varsrty Ns durrng therr l'11gl'1 school career A float was the represenlatlon of the N Club ln the annual Homecommg parade l47l 1 . . , . , . . , . , . , 1 . . , . , . , . , . , , , . , . ' , 1 . . , , , . , . , . , , , . , . , . , . , , , . . . 1 I - GERMAN CLUB OTC1 JF Div 1: First How .Je ond Bow Third Row Fourth Row L ci M Frith Row L t use-r I .gdltylldgfe FRENCH CLUB LATIN CLUB r C OV JI I fr HITCVC SxhRowT 'UT F-Qvtzlqi APG C nf O CWI ture CId1V6Y I 84191611 .T - - L.-'frf1w.I.w11.lf'I ' .3-ir? 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Lifter W rw TID f I ern: , :oy fhench F1rstRow L It to B1g'1t T Hone k Nochtrron I Hoy E Pczr1r1r1g xl Wlttenoerg W IoI'1'1ion D Young L S Ihorst H Fo ' W Konzen M Vondenoo k I Rltt r A Pocey Second Row Left to Brgnt B Soneholtz P Scnultz M Meyer M Agler L Babcock M Pcrcey M A Wendt M AugenSt 1'1 M L Cochrclr I Phllhps E SCIII M1 Colvn B Dxsnop M Houglond B Bunn P Snorpe S Delventhol S Bermck I Au t9T"'11II r I Pc1'1n1'1g M BIIIIQ M Kru Dlcxey Second Row Left to Brgnt I Doolen L Kmpp M Cocnrcxn B D1Hop S Bock I on C Ho 'ron K Brown L Short A Hagen B Hagen Mme oo vrn M PJGLIIGF L 'NIoI'1I VT 1pp M Honeck N Corrpbell Thcnpso P Buckrwo te Q ye B Bekre I Fey og P Bohdo I4 ' . e' ' 1 . : D I 1 , 1' ' ' ' ' ' 11 , 1 , . e , , ' . , 1' r c ' e , . ' , , , .,., , 1, 1 e s 11' e , Fire! Row, Left to Brght B Be-rnzcke, K, Kurber, M Myers B, D:1cnen?1'J11:2, B Ioeeph, B Y. . , , . , . -1, , , A I ' , ' 1 , , 1 . , I Kn' , ' , , . A 1 - , I .. n, .1 r, ., D - 1, -11 ns, r 't alia ' 9 I TOP Lett to Rrght M Gee ner C Helberg C Plaesrnan D Schwab S Detvner S Mott r C Hooxer N Zachrrch A Mrller G Zachrrch R Hunter M Spurgeon V Bauman M Puehler Stundmg Lett to Rrght Mrs Mrller N Detmer A Rohrs H Bankey I Mohler E Gordon I Gable A Rrgge E Sattler B Nye S Flatt rty W Flrnt C Harmon M Steven l Nohl L Knepley B Scheele I Rerger BOTTOM F1rstHow Lett to Rrght M Barrett M Badenhop M Babcock I Brlnx I Bauman Second Row Lett to Rlght I Gunter R Neuhauser E llrebel E Wrttenberg M Wrernken D Baker Thud Row Lett to Rrght M A Yarnell C Brink C Badenhop C Ward A Sturdavant C Mlller Mre Mrller M Rerger A Showrnan OFFICERS Presrdent Elatne Nrebel Vrce Presrclent Romorgne Neuhauser Secretary Evelyn Wrttenberg Treasurer Dorothy Baker Parlrarnentarran Margaret Plassrnan H1stor1an Martarr Wrernken Ne NS Reporter Ianet Gunter The Future Hornernakers ot Amerrca under tle helpful rnstructron ol Mrs, Mrller therr aclvtsor rs an organrzatron for glrls rnterested rn home econormcs The qrrls n thrs club have se ved at banquets helned rn the cafeterra and sent ooxes to Europe Thrs along wrth other actrvttres has played a bra part rn thrs orgaruzatron and made rt a worth whrle year tor thern Therr ann re to better hornernakmg rn Anrerrca I 9 Lather, M' Mtller, U Stevens, C, Neulhauser, lol Eaurngardner, AI. Frevtaa, R Carter' K . , . . , . , r I N Y ,,A,.... ' i ' . r . , A, , M0 l OFFICERS President Helen Crawford Vice President Marilyn Puehler Secretary Treasurer lanet Freytag The Library Assistants Club IS one of the newest clubs of the school lt was organized last year with the purpose of helping students becorne more familiar with the library and its functions To qualify for membership the student must have a B average and be willing to work in the school library at least one period a week Under the helpful guidance of our advisor Mrs Nestleroad we undertook tions in related fields were highlighted at intervals This proiect proved to be very helpful to the student body Seated Left to Right M Agler M Kruse M Liddle M Puehler H Crawford I Freytag C Yarnell B Saneholtz Standing Left to Right C Neuhauser C Harmon N Baumgardner B Dishop M Wiemken M Wendt B Orthwein M Schmidt M Hougland C Puehler Mrs Nestleroad l51l dawg ' Glad the project of a Vocational Reference Room in which different groups of voca- Science 0 ui F1rstRow Left to R1gHt L Wolters S Wcrisow B Scmeholtz E Neusui P Buckmuiter C Jeuhcu er H Crovvfod S Delxen nal A Pacey I L Ebe wme Second Row Left to Rnght Mr McFarland M Heckler E Nrebel E Suttler M A Wendt H Wczchtuar I Bcxu mam M Auqew tem R Hooxer Hresrderlt Vlce Vresldent Secretorv Ireasurer CQCVCHCP C1 r re er ew e r r e d GTICG laws 6 e be-re 1V1I'W 1 OFFICERS John Lberwme Helen Crawford Esther Sottler Hlchcrd Wcchtrnon He B1 V Chem ur Qcmnste of sev ire VJ41C,Ffl'I1IWd are I ecxrer fr p g fry I Q G 'CG YQ 61 I1I'7'9 C T rs, , ' rA,. 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V1 zzz' ey: Tix, ix vxserfs f' If: . xi ' J M H "W The g 11rg'f,:ae tile CQ xr 1.1 tc Qeixie rugpizi' tlge .efgderis fl prrefrter .YXYCICSY if Sex ' All etixzeifes '.-.iii ire gr 1g"1'.'e 1:2 '::i'.' t1i:.e ii Hx,-nr :11"::'. rczxeei '.-Jiri: f .er rgztgleqy' gil Cr Cfl'Ill1SIf'3' iid TCC 1. 7 C1 grade Cf E fl 'igfl fi ::.e::1 A .tl e 51:11. fhafzoizamz 4 F'1rstRow Left to H1g'1 L B bcocrc E Scxtler Mr Ort B Scmeh W2 Second Row Left to Fhg L G ,1b3Jg W Iorm on T Fc I MGM 1rstRow Le-1' c R1gHI R De 1 T ' AL CIA6'lO 2 Second Row Le't O Rlgm' M C 'Q C F G 1rd Row L 'I Rlgh' M K A G C1 q 1 ' L13 omadoll L Ger norm A L1 g I St Jr f o r ourih Row Left to Hlght A R011 A 'S ci r Jet C o A Showmcm U Stewpn P fifjfm' 0 ' F' , .t ' . rt: e, Schrcezi-er L. fel 'l' S r l If FS Euckrxzster , . t E, ages C Yzr:-ell M Schrmdt L Svlilf ZCIChTICf1 M Yamell, A Lekka, M. McHenry C Erma Th' . 9. to ' . r Y1'I'E'l.'i I L r. -2 P' Bfde:1lxcp,M Sligh. E Wuter. nr C , . I , . fr. Q Qckrilqn M L. .QL L K lbe, M I Srzutzx F . ' . .rr .fur f1'.'i1r.1 M Bf:r.1L1:, M Yi, T1 k C Bddf-nh p, . J , ri, FFJTGUFCT. F1rstRow Left to Rrgm P Buck cute L Shot M Pcmm g M Babcock C Bode-rrhop M Hegle R Ccxrter H Crawford Second Row Leit ro Rlght R Wexrouch E Wrtenberg B Myer B Orthvvem L Kmyy M Bllllq I Pcmrung N Boumgordrmer Thlrd Row Left io Rlght F Bodewhop E Nlebel C Ycxrnell M Meyer P Schulw I Au tfr mlller M Remhcrt L Kolbe alfa!! lffandau Tue members of thls group ore chosen oy the faculty Therr dczty rs to eee thot the rolls ci e cleored do mo clossee and see t 1 J more e1 I Herr de r ww 'H we co PF 9 51 CIF' f CUM A Hd 1 d ' , ' ' . rx i r r, 'YI , . . , ' . ' , 1 , , 11, ' ., .fu Q . , , Y A V , T 1 . r 'r' , hciwf ,3.o1 ev 113311311 n-she. 2, .1. Q tl 5 .col 'ire Clriseri Yi QcCr.g 3' 'L crfftirri gfzce 1.111 j gr.: fr 354513. cms: period lf igstxizkry rfex.: 11.612 smug' :.,.l. Tae.: I!-lrliv 1L...'f rf- he-ri .g I "1 Certfxm f1If,:r.d':rd Tges .'1Q 'Jie ire T1 1re'1t :err tg rye :dc 'C 3' izs '.-:ffl 1:3 v.-f. I 1" itr 'Q-11' Tir.: ,grc-i:tQ'.' flIfTf5C.'1fE' First Row Left to Bxght B Augensteln M Belchert Mrs DeTray N Meyer I Ph1ll1ps Second Row Left to Blght S Delventhal M Barrett L Nohl C Neuhauser N Zachrlch I Gunter M Agler M Kmpp M Puehler E Neusns C Yarnell H Crawford M Hegle A Lekka C Puehler M Mcl-lenry M Babcock I Brlnk G Zachrlch L Shelt C Hustwlck Third Row Left to Blght L Germann L Knepley M Matter A Showman M Kruse M Llddle B Saneholtz M Meyer C Brlnk C Badenhop D Schwab M Dletrrch M Dre trrch I Bauman M Lange N Baumgardner S Be nxcxe M Pacey M Btlltg P Buckma ter B Hunter D Baker C Lather Cochran L Kolbe M Bermus L Babcock M Wendt B Bunn R Neuhauser I Brown B Nye P Ferguson N Detmer S Rafferty I AUSl8Ym1ll6I I Freytag P Schultz E Sattler A Lange 94,4 OFFICERS Presldent Banme Augensteln Vrce Prestdent Marlan Belchert Secretary Gerry Phllllps Treasurer Nancy Meyer The G1rls Athlet1c Assoc1at1on conststmg of all g1rls sports IS made up of gxrls ln htgh school A pomt system has been set up for awards whlch are presented to the gtrls at the end of the year Volleyball wh1ch 1S one of the favorrte sports attracted many grrls to par tlcrpate IH mtramural games The month of May IS a busy one for the glrls They are practlcrng for Play Nrght whrch mcludes such sports as tumbhng folk dancrng rope slap plng cal1sthen1c and all star basketball game Wxth Mrs DeTray as thetr Physrcal Educatton rnstructor the gtrls are w1ll mg to learn and take part rn all sports for gtrls T551 - , . , . ,.v,. r I 1 , . , I I I , . D I ' Fourth Row, Left to Bight: P. Sharpe, I. Christy, E. Wittenberg, B. Dishop, M. Wiemken, M 0 0 0 Seated Lett to Rlght M Bernrus S Watson C Yarnell E Nlebel L Walters R Augen stem Mr Tltus M Cochran Standing Left to Rlght R Carter I Myers K Kurber D Swtck D Mengerlnk L Myers L Grubaugh L Bockelman T Fast K Precht Prestdent Vtce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer ganna! OFFICERS Lynn Walter Carolyn Yarnell Elatne N1ebe Rannte Augenstem T le Napoleon Htgh School Student Councll now tn lts tlnrteenth year ol caress 1 t rovtde dernocrattc evaenence l r the tudents r, theu par tL1rat1on tn the rnanaaernent ol school altatrs The Counctl under the supervtslon ot Mr Tttu started the season mth a success-ful Hornecounna Members ct tlus oraanwahon are elected lox tue student oodv Pres1dents l ct er clubs are constdered rnernlzers of the Councll 6 feel Ll C G' l CD1 at F 1' ll VE' ll V 46 GVGF I 6 Alf? 9 Sol V l C C- bw CA E in C- C ' l . l glri of . rn r, S A . .3 ' lo l lb 1 3 ltr . ll.lS Lrg to rJw"i ggrd I ala K A tp 3' are NHS CC TNC ICI CRE Left to Right I Eleerzvine E YliebeQ fl Baumgardner M Hegle M Plasgrrian GFFICERS President - A - - Eldon Lange Cashier - - Vice President - Bill Bevelhyrtier Sentinel - A Ind Vice President - - Ir. Stockrrian Student Advisor - Secretary - - - - Rudy Eickhott Reporter - - - Treasurer A - - Larry Palmer Cub Reporter - - Sportsmaster - - - Byron Barton Athletic Director Reading Clerk - V - - - - Iim Funchion The Future Farmers of America whose purpose and aim is the develop- ment of agricultural leadership, have had a very successful year. Under the careful supervision of Mr. Dunham, their advisor, and Eldon Lange, their President, the club members have learned how to conduct their own meetings and to organize their work, - Lewi.s Iosepli v Lewis Bolton Don Von Deylen - Eldon Meyer Leonard Hatcher - Bill Punchion First Row, Lett to Right II Sturdavant, C Cortright E Lange, B Bevelhymer, R Eickofl, L Palmer, E. Meyers, L Boulton I Schwab,I Palmer Second How, Lett to Right K Hall, C Yaclcee, L Ioseph, M Helberg, H Punchion, R, Carter, B. Iliebel, B, Barton, I Huddle, L Heltlinger E Hesterrnan Third Row, Lett to Right M Davis, D Von Deylen D Hatcher, I Funchion, H Gerkeri B Funchion I Siockman C Iennings G Blair I Gallagher L Fischer,L Hatcher,Mr Dunham ' 'Wm Jizz' Pafmle Band, orchestra, Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs offer the ideal outlet for unusual musical talents and interests in our school, l59l xrst Row Le 1o H1131 e 1 c 11 11p , '1 S 1' e e Second Row 1. 1 2, L1aa ers P Sc'1 ede T S016 a a nd Row Le o R1gh Q BOCLCEEIVIG gg 3 ev aber T R11e 1-eve M Hoy K Bow Fourth Row Lef11o R1g'1' Iv' Lo1"bard1 L Selma B Tawlor G M1Iler I Bu ch M L J- ery E GULIGW N Campbell I Ph1ll1pS IN Roebsmg Fmfh Row Le'1o R1gh1 R Ikeuhauser E Sattler N M ver I Le fe M Bhg L W 1 man I Ber ICKG I Hoy M Vandenbrocx I Eberwme Sxxth Row 0 R195 kelnan S Be '11cke M C hran I 1 F B S'e abr C e ana! W1 1 e 1 e see 51 1111111q CAIR 1 611116 In me a111e1 111 1 r1c1e55o11 me 10a a"1d 111e NCIVFIGOD I-ha? SC GOI Bama Q11Ce gam Jude IVIIKG S caparme d1reC11 I'1 1 e band Iae rroved 11seI1 10 r one 1 11e bes1 1 I 111Aes1e1r Ie DLHITQ 1'1e Vast yea 1116 band has Deer aaes 11 1 ces 111cI dw, To1edo I-Io1ga1e Wauseon Wa1e1v1I1e ana Bry 11 Each ,ea me band IT embers pre SHI M1ke 11114 a q1f1 a' appreC1a11or1 Th1s yea 11 IV'1ke S zlXIV 11111 b11'1I'da, e er ed F PROF MIKE LOMBARDI F' 1 it '11 I St mb e her P PLI' I Becxelznar., I HQ" M Syder E Il1eheI L IJJIIEY M1 er: S L'1f r, B ffye , 'eh tc Rwht W Freytag 3 R1c11Iey B Strzhl, M 7 'le I T11a1np.scn, My Ira 1, . Er e er, I B uzznan, E Ileusu: Th' . f11 2 1. 1 11, A R1 M P 3 A K Miller I S1111Ie1,C Ilev- ha", '1:,I,S , , r'n 1 .1 1 .1 ', ' ret 4' , ' , A , C"- 'I , 5. ' I , , I e-A 1 1, 1'i , ach- ' . Lefi 1 ' .1 L Bac 1 , 71' oc , FI111e1 D Hurst P f5Qf111I1z .4 HOU-eck S Hefflmaer e I'1 r Ieudav. .fr j4d'f.11' 'f 'Q f' Ia1' 'vi'- L31 1k rd1 . lu ' 1 11 '. a Ly r 1" 'C 11' .161 Le I 3 1 for ' 1 1 01.13. 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Before the garne the Queen, Sally Watscn, was Crowned by Mr, Brillhart. What a strange group of students this is' Dont hurt the little fellow N Club Q77 Car Future Retailers Samoa play O Apnl 27 nd 28 V359 the er Class presented t r play Meet Ne ln St L u s e rl r e tl ee oct f s r Pe IJ Clark and drar tatr ed T e play takes place rn St tn 1n tle ear part t e twen1eth century Mr Srn1th a S LOUIS busrness man and lns Wlle had four daughters Rose and Esther who are rn htgh Chool Agnes who 1S the ametest and the younges Toot1e who makes up for tho lack of borsterousness rn the others They also have a son Lon who rs a college student The other characters are Grandpa Katle the cook Mrs Waughop a nerghbor Ida Boothlay an admrrer of Lon Tohn Shephard an admrrer of Rose Fred Gregory an d rmrer of Esther Lucrlle Pen tard an adm1rer of Lon Mr Dodge Mr Srmths boss and Mr Dully a fellow employee ol Mr Srnth was jus t1me for e Wo ld s Fa1r to o, en when Mr Srn th recerved orders to go to New York to manage an olhce The rest of the farmly drdnt ltke the rdea a all and the grrls tr1ed all the tr cks that they knew rn order to get our of gomg The1r plans worked so well that the1r father was flred from hrs tob But rn the end Mr Smrth got h1s Job back and everyone emoyed the eeogow ll 7Ul I n , ' a , , -, . 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'tt'ELt'itLt'3LllE'll VOLUME XXXH Editor-in-Chief Contract Signed lticliard li lvlengerink, world ref nowned contractor and bridge builder nas signed a contract to build a new ceirient bridge across Turkey Foot Creek out in Shunk County Mi. lvlengerlnk Jill he ssisted by s able pard ner ana part time ,r loo bal riayer Richard Siiasherl Swick lt va felt that since Mr ten gerinks ingenuity in reconstruct ing the Golden Gate Bridge proved ns ability that no task i e o ar e FLASH" The big super market The S D KS S owned and operated by Big Butch Shafer Trusty Tom Schroeder and Bouirtin Bobert l enriie r a ed last iaht by P EJ s Photogra rl er Ei lf Scoop Hoover and a gang o to liceiien Scoo said he noticed lights on in tne cellar of the store at 3 oclock one nght but thougnt nothing f it until t' e other day .ft en Big Butch li' h s cee ar f itli a DC dollar bill Tic inting presses 'rave a been scatea M1scellaneous t r LGCAL NEWS liiooaore Swgck lilapolecrxs leading baker :ras moved into his new deluxe bakery and will be at your service any liour of tl.e ay or night. You may D9 suie f his delicious baked goods a of his c mretent e icloyees are Bob W lleman inte riot decorat r and painter will be in charge of the frosttng deruartment Lynn Walters who not only puts the cream in the ruffs but then to make sure it s in 'here cr v ls inside to make suite' Also last but never least to head the flavoring department is none other than Richard Dean Wacht man who has at his disposal Can isnt it a sharnel any kind of known flavor there is The bakerys motto is Even tiougt sometimes w may DQ half baked our goods can alwavs be relied upon Coon Callmg Contest' im Cooniey Waltimire crowned King of tne coon calling contest in Podunk County last Jeekerd out it s ru o ed around n ed tl o l SALE' SALE' trq tl Hollywood Gossip Arina luiiiper, noted coluigriist and also Hedda Hoppers sister in-law, was seen at the Ciros Club in l-lollyv ood the other night scouting for local gossip This is a portior ' the dirt she Dickea up Tte aucous rite club life ti inally caught up fvitli Marlene fliyelashl Comadoll and her dancing partner Babe Barret Seems that some smart fellow the otner night at tne fashionable Paubles Club got too curious as to what was behind Eyelash and Babe s bubbles Well much to the poor girls embarrass ment the nosy but lucky fellow found out along with 149 other nite clubbers Said the two dancers and l quote Were all ousted ur' Hospital News' Eauestrienne Elaine Neibel Jas admitted to the hospital More day niant suffering iniuries f hen rse Old Paint decided inn ici J st hltfle CIS O S s tied t 'ie itching Post 'Ca fi ec alist re en r ea C CHQ ifca Ola D r 1 ' acaa i i J t d l , Y N Y' C ' J . , . . , A A rox J a. .1 ni. . , f as few . o A, nie . . 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A """"' 7-'-"?""' .r 'xdes Tzie shock was But , taii :mich for ffl .. , . v ii .ee 0 she usually rode Burn only '.-:liile tie c .E Fi. .' A, . 'fif r,ri.r. sr Qs ,, 'lol .. C. ,- . , . . . ., . . Q7f':'.'.'fcra liiif- fGF1ffe' Miss ffze rlzrisif, :.st:.er Sf:ii.er firia Sift." - W ' , - T ,NH , T -i H' F , K 1 Q - -, V ,K LA.i ciriditiori ia.r i t is ex' v :.z' r. '.'.'rt5fr. tip- ::.t,:gef1f : 1' .j..Q:1IZ.1EfL:Y ,-i:f.e:,i...' 1':. Ar ,isp Irs- ti fA,,1w',i,I ,A Lvldpil ,F fl,,:Sf,F-rx, will YEARLY :LII 1 :A fafkwil . ffFf,f1,I' CfiIiSCy-ls-I,c:t5,, gin gt T: nts "rite: E' vi- :.f-' gr. -1 ilff fin- gist 'if t:.1r5 1:.' :.t:, 2. 7-9' 7'f31'3l I-Bbw f',C'f1?7 ff'1GTllGf 596-e::.. they 'ff zfirggi g 'arte' Iflff' fc: tgeti WIEI. P' .Z HC felf ffffff ltllft 'iri "1YQ'tlZIif3!lI if 1, "stir .2"s'Pf 'ina ,ts !p.::.',red ,nrt lI."',-' 31.3 '-'-"AIC TIJIHCJ ' V lilfll .fi X rifrieft yt ir. :. t'.t .:. 'i -out ff' zzfitcz, "'.'1g,f..' Tfftllftfl .F i I i Theatre News Noted author and playwright his latest smash play North At lantic fseguel to South Pacific J and will star in his play the tal ented opera singer Thomas L Thomas Donley Others in the cast will be Mary Martin Die trich in the leading feminine role lt was thought that since Miss Dietrich has always had a secret yen for the navy this would give her a chance to wear a real sailor atl SOCIETY Beautician lanet Bauman has moved to her new address out at her father s stockyards Since the pig business has been reportedly poor lately Charles felt maybe if the pigs had curly hair to match their tail business might build up But since this is all supposed to be a secret to the public Ianet has been losing sleep at night l guess shes afraid the pigs will sgueal on herll Band leader and trombonist Walt Ereytag has decided to break up his orchestra. Rumor has it that Walt's leading vocal- ist, Miriam Hegle looked at him accidently and poor Walt just couldn't take it, Too bad, too. Walt could really be going places instead of racing around in his new wheelchair at the 'Ferguson and Kolbe Rest Home for Men Onlyull ost' One man If you find one immediately She says she doesnt care who he is iust return him prontoll SPORTS Coach C Kelley youngest col lege coach in history and a for mer NHS graduate along with a board of selected college coach es has picked Marvin fPepl Wea ver also a former N HS gradu ate as All American Athlete of the year When asked to say a few words Weaver shyly remarked Gosh guess l ve rust always had a natural born talent for tiddly winks Grand Opening Rudy Eichoff part time farmer and theatre owner has opened his new theatre the Farmer Eol ley Theatre" out in Shunk Coun- Head ushers are Barty Barton and Bill Eunchion. Famous celebrities who were there for the opening premiere and were given the privilege to step in the cement to record their footprints were Sherman fBil- lingslyl Smith and his charming little wife, the former Miriam Kruse. An exciting event occurred during the evening when the big gob of cement in front of the show turned out to be none other than Henry Cl thought the cement was hardl Gerken. f73l Popular Can Wed Arlene Showman cigarette girl drop her frivolous career and wed Prince Ash Can Alleys brother The wedding took place in the Little Church Around the Corner Many of her former schoolmates were present at the wedding including Mrs Montmo rency Van Renselaer Smithe the former Bernedine Scheele M and Mrs Milton Apel Mr Paul Bliss Esq Mr and Mrs Gerald Blair former Naomi Baumgard ner secretary to Farm Bureau Executive P Iunior Stockman The bride was attired Cbridel in her beautiful new look con sisting of dark brown burlap her veil being of white cheesecloth The two ring ceremony was performed by clergyman Louis loseph The bride had as her maid of honor Una Mae Stevens Bridesmaids Arlene Rohrs Ruth Weirauch Anella Sturdavant and Margaret Plassman Best man was none other than Eldon fChes ter Whitel Lange Contest De-Sponsored! The Bathing Beauties Beach Club held its annual beauty con- test last Sunday afternoon. Those entering the contest were Caro- lyn Badenhop, Marilyn Bernius, Mildred Lange, Anna Lekka and Mary Ann Yarnell. ludges were Paul Franz, Lester Kruse and the notorious short-stop for the Cleve- land Indians, George CBoudreaul lohnson. But due to circum- stances beyond our control no de- cision was rendered as the base- ball p1ayer's wife carried him out on a stretcher with three strikes already against him. nnie Augenstein DECEMBER l7, 1960 Iohn Leo Eberwine, has finished please return to Rosemary Carter at the Waldorf Astoria decided to . I V i ' A ---o ' ' Y V ' , I r. h V . . . , A - ' I AI I ' A - ink. , Q ' . , . ' A ' I ' f' . . K ' vrvk F ' I I , I - - I - I W4 W TY 0 A. pflfdht GUJ ftatgudjtdlft 1 '- View Q 4 f , fl L A v f 'Q mf .f ' f Q f I Wu A .J 9 K, .N ,E . 4' 9 4 R .? , . 4 y 5,1 4 ww wx 6 qw "E SW if if ' 4 3 gl Af, R1 il, gb . 9' fp ,. ,L all 7' 'Ar 5 I f 4 firxl ' ITA' '55 Q ' A gb- 9 pf. Mp: Ex dfaswfrx sm. 1-. , 'sf A H M 'iw . x 2 V, A B , Q 1 V I 1- 2 .Uk r X . i A ,V , 5, ? + ,'. ' N K, 9 4 Q 1 J Jan 3 as i A J 1 Q 121.1 'K I J gg i 2 ul 3 'i Q? 5 n QU X9 ,. QT fi 091 uv Y smm Football, basketball, and track are the mairistays ot the boys athletic def partmerit at Napoleon High School, The girls have a full schedule with 'ield hockey, volleyfball, basketball, U , Q, A S soccer, and tennis. , , N5 F l 75 l 4 1' 1949 Ghzmfu First How. Lelt to Rlght T Swtclc, G Iohnson, D. Mengerink, T. Donley, L Shafer, B Wtlle- rnart, D. Swtck, B Barton, D Hoover, E Lange, C Kelley, M Weaver Second Row, Lett to Rtght D Huener, L. Durham, T Shartzer, K Lange R Lanlcenau, D Wendt, R Bernlcket S McCoy G Russell L Bockelman l Waltimire Third Row, Left to Htqlat Mr Btgckentneyer, T Honeck, D Dtetsch, O Vv,Gll'GUCfl B Freer M Foarr B Bfbvf-llx'y':r:er M Myffrz' E Martinez E Buclcrnaeter L Boulton K Keller Mr LT' "ina Mr. Iohnson, Mr. Messing, Mr. Cuff, Mr. Buckenmeyer Napoleon Htali School had one ot tts :most suc- cessful football seasons tn the school 5 history They scored 283 points to their opponents 58 They lest the first aarrre rigi :ride fi: ll nnzna F- next egypt The '.V1.dC'1tL: iff lea 'ue tgif 'fear 1 were Longs Tltey " -1' 'Qgzoea tent! ti western Gino sccrtriiq A great ae-al t:.e fpoce-ev "1 lf.Q"' tearz, al.e 11 geaa CQTICI. LQ: fzzfff, F Arif' .ew :za 1 1: 'Q "::':""'fv VJ- -,,. 'if-:ls T:.e :g:::.ef 'zra 11.9 ' iffzea gfzra fzra frfw 'www r,--,-wycq W gl., ff -,P-,.,',v+f1-f .,..J ,4.,,4 .,A,.,,4.4,!,XA ,A .--- W, ...V ....-,,,..-A.. -.,n,.Y .:4,,,. . .F ., L NA. A. ,, Dwi, ,L -.,.. ,-.4... -ve-. M L 5 ,THF ,..,. wfvv- - wv-1 -.-' . v H-V. ...HS AHA .-L ..Y-,HX Sept. Sept Sept Oct, Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. 23 --Montpelier 30 .K , . ,rw f- t r ,- Led bI11J..t lust Rornptrng Along NAPOLEON WILDCATS Schedule cmd Scores - 1949 16-- --Whitmer Defronce 7 Perrysburg 14 --Liberty Center 21eBow1ing Green 28f-Concordia 4-H Bryon . . 11- Wouseon Won 8 - Scored 283 - Tney We 13 6 U 39 I3 26 U 19 7 43 U 59 7 26 U 40 G 25 Lost 1 Opponents 58 '29 Football Champs And theyre otft t 77 I I ? , L L . ' , -,g ine f an-VER 2 9, ' A as nw .Z '03 Y 7, I. , -up-1-v -t , - . - '21 --- 3 . 1 P b"""""" n 'Q 4 4",l'4m "' A ' I M1 V315 Q "' X E5 DUNN' lm mm A-J ,, poodlln - jawn 0 . n Q. J' I I Wx VIS. . Z FAQ, ' a LR' Q ' Q., li' x K . . 'P . Q' ' 3 H' ' V gf' - Y ' . f' wf- ' .,- """""i---- '- f gk 1.-as-"' I ,f N 5 ,. -4 A. 5 , H if U , . if, W 3 fx? um- CR T 1 FA' -' Rue ' DUNS A.,., 9 ' v - f ,, , . -J 1 'fig' 7:4 I J . xi 1 H -fist! 5?- 97 is ,A ' 54pf wl'eZy, f gy r' V? zu' A HEI ' in IIJARTER u 92: 5'Qf'3 X has . , , 3 x ,. . 7, 5 f'-'i .1 I Q A if of J i 5: 4' I Ll.- sr "-- v 2. f- Q 4 5' W I """23 '14-vwulnin-aug u-mass: 'I ML' 4 5 B 14 fu 4 .1 -1 B 86443156011 1950 Seolfianal Runneu-uf: Left to Rrgh Mr Buckenrneyer G lohnson lx lccoxer D l-l e e E Lange T D n V D Mengermlc Every person enyoys a spcrt .vhrch IS lrvely and excmng a battle of the wrts as well as of slcrlllul techmque and a game Nhrch cannot he decrded by the flrp of a corn Such IS the type of spectacle whrch we saw whenever we watched a varsrly game Under the rnsprred Coolchrnq of Charles Buck enrneyer the Wrldcals played an on and off sea son The Reserves squad had a very successful season rn wrnnrng l4 and losrng one The Re serves squad was under the capable coachrng ol Mr Wm lvfossrng VAl3SlTY SCORES H lgate Sylvanra a St Wauseon M ntrelrer IT LFCVV D 1 Cree r e lOUl1lAlfPT T 'Il' O J J X296 st l ,S l 't . .n ,' .,.J I ', unr . , lc.le, Y 1 I V Slhflff-' Wr Tm 3' W, o 27 48 Defiance 43 45 ' 25 124 Wausecn 3': 33 Lrrn , Rose 52 35 Arch' old DQ 3U . 35 48 Deiance df 479 o ' 35 38 L1per1',' Center El 47 l3r','an 3? 4h Bcwlzzif ., n 33 3f Akrc. lfcrlh if 4144 Bryan Trl -14? lff':':lcn Sfzverff 35 33 lf? .tr Le: -if '33 lg' T -. Center -2' 35 l.'fi11T:i.er 4' lfarciecr: -QS Bryan 31 ll. ,clccn 32 Bcwhnj 'Tr :i 23 Tffrclecn 39 Fc orra 52 , QQ , Up He Goesi Another Two Points! To the nictnotgers of N1-1.S,, the oth- ietes wou1d like to express their op- preciotion for their considerotion ond wi11ingness to cooperate with the Ath- 1etic Association The N1-1.S. Reserve squdd roared through the sedson with grecit success, The reserve teom consisted of Sopho- ntores cxnd 1uniors who wi11 be future vdrsity rnoiericil, With Wi11iorn '1Bi11" Mossing ds coocli, the reserve teorrn built up dn impressive record with 14 wins cind one loss, We They Ho1QoLe 32 25 Svhfdnio 28 16 1,.z:tf: St, Rose 31 18 Woarcon 35 17 1fionQpe1ier 32 23 Bryon 24 22 Lgioerty Cenlcr 55 27 Defence 1 32 25 Wczuseon 41 32 Archceid 35 32 Defczice 33 17 Licerzy Cenicr 4C 25 Bo' ,-.f Green 29 27 Bryan . 2C 28 Teffsntpeher 42 31 1811 J 88 I QQDLI- ' Qmr 1 ,M-t Q :Ili rgg' Ura' 2 U 4. Uv 1 ,QDL4-4 'sid Zh 'lf A w se ,FE -Q. 5fN! if M I , Lg Q 4 33, ai 'Q 5 454 was auf gi ELDON LANGE A dependoble rnon on defense rough under the loocl-ipoords ploys pivot position , A A hook-shot speciolist A A A lettfholnded. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS This cute toursorne ccrrne out with new unitortnf and lots ol yells ond rho- tions, ond cheered the ree serves to rnony o victory ml DEL HUENER ljeperidohle scorer A A A good ldlfer A A A reiootinder A A sets up ploys A A fighting spirit A , A never gives up A A A his oggressive spirit chor- crcterized his teomworlc .feiieamen DICK HOOVER lanky tipfott rnon A A A high scorer ol the teorn this seoson A A fine pivot rnon A A A srnooth Working on offense ond defense A A A sure shot A A . ct cle-or thinker. left To Rignt M Biiligl Let.-it C Brxx M Diefriox I Cf, fi Q51 ' ' k , P.. A 5? 4 I I! ,If 'L' Y 1 ' , If , b 5 :Ji X 1 .-'sa A x V X' -all 51 I X. LFE 'Y u nf F1rstRow Left to Blght B Bermcke N Ftoessxng B Stelnbrecher G Iohnson D Huener W M1nn1ch B Taylor Second Row Le't to Brght B Lankenau E Buckmaster D Mengerlnk T Reese S McCoy H Gtlson L Bockelrnan Third Row Lett to Blght C Drlle T Hone k B Freer M Scarr P Radel T Shartzer O Martln I Sharpe Fourth Row Left o Rrght M Weaver D Bell L Grubaugh B Barton I Hoetfel K Lange I Walt1m1re Fifth Row Left to Rlght B W1lleman D Wendt L Selhorst E Lange S1xthRow Lett to Brght B Funchlon L Durham Mr Buckenmeyer Vlr Mossmg M Swearmgen '7aack 1949 As the A tnter snow slowly melted away and the early spnng sun drled t e ground and warmed the a1r the track team started tts yearly practlce Last year Mr Swearmgen s track athletes made a showmg of whrch we Nay Justly he proud The members ot the team set a fme record of achleve 1 ent that w11l be a goal tor th1s years partlclpants The N49 track team lost only one meet to a strong Bowlmg Green squad tn the earher part of the season The 1049 track team won the IN W O AL track meet whlch was held at Lryan They also set a new record 1n the rnlle relay that wlll stand for many ,ears l85l 1 . 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INTRAMURAL CHAMPS A FIVE MAN OUARTET ALL THOSE WOMEN AND NO -A THE FOOTBALL CHAMPS OF '29 T971 ALL STAR VOLLEY BALL Fxrst Row Left to B1ght C Brrnk S Rafferty N Meyer I-legle I Brrrtl' E r B D h p B Bu n Zachrlch S Ber rcke M Berntus Second Row Lef o Rrght G Zachrrch M L nge M A er I Lefler M Btllrg I Freytag Mrs DeTray B Augerstexn M Wendt I Austermrller I Bauman M Dletnch G Plllhns nu sw The G1rls Athletrc Assoctatton has been an actrve orgamzatton f r t e past ten years Any g1rl w1sh1ng to Iotn th1s orgamzatlon must have ootnts wntch sie earns by parttcrpatmg tn lntramural act1v1t1es then she lS voluntarrly a mem ber of G A A Thrs year a few of the varrous sports whlch the g1rls partrctpated tn Jere volley ball basketball tumblmg archery and softball A small group also Iourneyed to Bowlmg Green where they played oaslcet ball aga1nst numerous other hrgh school groups Th1s gave the atrls much needed experlence 1n team play and sportsmanshtp The G A A also won second prtze on thelr float rn the Homecomtng Pa rade The float was made wlth ll crosses to represent Wauseon s ll players the1r names belng pamted on the crosses chosen by the GAA cabtnet and advlsor for the1r athletrc ab1l1ty good sportsmanshrp and team cooperatlon to play on the all star volleyball teams Thls year the captams of the Blue and Whlte Teams respecttvely were Esther Sattler and Banme Augenstem The Blue Team ln the past years has always defeated the Whtte but thts year the underdogs defeated the Blue team Wllh a score of 27 to 23 I88l ' 4 From all the girls going out for intramural volleyball, twenty-two are M I I , Asst! tle, ts o , n , I Q1 , . 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We the Iollowmg mer tbers of the class of l95U betng tn good health sound mmd and drspostnq nature do hereby wtlt and bequeath outstandtng tratts and characterrsttcs I Imtch we are pos sessed as follows To the faculty and Admrnlstratton of our school Heartfelt thanks for therr understandmg helpful ness and gu1dance To the Underclass nen Success health and happtness and many pleasant chenshed memo nes assoctated wrth Napoleon Hrgh School I Mtlton Apel do w1ll and bequeath my sales manshlp to Lawrence Hurst I Marann Augenstern do w1ll and bequeath my shrny black hatr to Nancy Meyer I Carolyn Badenhop do w1ll and bequeath my enthustasm for roller skattng to Mrs Mrller I Marllyn Barrett do w1ll and bequeath my cute grrn to Btll Creager I Byron Barton do w1ll and bequeath my muscular burld to Robert Bruns I Ianet Bauman do w1ll and bequeath my mrrneograph rnachlne to Carolyn Neuhauser I Naomr Baumgardner do w1ll and bequeath my typrng abtlrty to Powell Radel I Marxlyn Bernrus do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to w1n frrends to Iane Chrrsty I Gerald Blatr do w1ll and bequeath my gen tlemanly manners to Harmon Kernes I Paul Bltss do vtrll and bequeath my sunny dlsposrtton to Eldor Pannrng small stature to Fred Gerken I Bruce Buckmaster do w1ll and bequeath my frrendlrness to Ervrn Ohlrrch I Rosemary Carter do w1ll and bequeath my crtmson blushes to Walter Iohnson I Marlene Comadoll do w1ll and bequeath my beauttful eyes to Egadsl Wouldnt I look funny wrthout them? I Marge Cordes do w1ll and bequeath my e se fh rt Bet y Saneholt I Helen Crawford do w1ll and bequeath my abtltty to wrrte edttorrals to Btll Taylor I Bob Denn1e do Ntll and bequeath my qutet ness to Charlene Cortnght I Mary Ann Dtetrrch do w1ll and bequeatf ny ftgure to anyone vh ts not pleased mtl therrs I D rmn Dcnle d rll and bequeath r darltna drmples t Gladys Wrlleman I Iohn Eoerfrne dc I tll and bequeath rty rtustcal abtltty to Carolyn Hust uck I Rudy Erckhoff do w1ll and bequeath my clever wrt to Mary Ann Wendt I Pat Ferguson do w1ll and bequeath my lashtng smrle to Robert Wulff I Paul Franz do wrll and bequeath my auto tobrle to no on I Walter Freytag do w1ll and bequeath my arttsttc talent to my srster Ianet I Btll Funchron do w1ll and bequeath my way mth the women to Delmar Barnes I Henry Gerken do wxll and bequeath devtlrsh moments to Marlan Pannrng I Mrrtam Hegle do w1ll and bequeath studrous nature to Luclene Kneply I Rlchard Hoover do w1ll and bequeath tall stature to Rlchard TFGVIS I George Iohnson do Wlll and bequeath red ha1r and freckles to Paul Howe I Lewrs Ioseph do w1ll and bequeath farmrng ab1l1ty to Marrlyn Babcock I Clayton Kelly do w1ll and bequeath fl1rtat1ous glances to Itm Dennte I Lots Ann Kolbe do w1ll and bequeath dancrng abrltty to Donna Lange ID IT1 ITI IT1 TTI HI H1 I Lester Kruse do w1ll and bequeath my snap py comebacks to Ray Polker I Mtrram Kruse do w1ll and bequeath my sleeprness to anyone who lrkes to get up 1n the fHOf1'11I'1g I Eldon Lange do w1ll and bequeath my knowledge of farmtng to Ronald Dachenhaus I Mtldred Lange do w1ll and bequeath my sense of responsrbrlrty to Pat Sharpe I Anna Lekka do w1ll and bequeath my good nature to Martlyn Guessner I Rrchard Mengerrnk do w1ll and bequeath my basketball ab1l1ty to Charles Kolbe I Elarne Ntebel do w1ll and bequeath my photogentc features to all who cant take a good prcture I Margaret Plassman do w1ll and bequeath my soft vorce to Stuart Baker I Charles Matter do w1ll and bequeath rrasculrne N ys to Iack Rrtter I Ida May Retger do w1ll and bequeath dark eyes to Nancy Doolen I Arlene Rohrs do w1ll and bequeath mtld d1spos1t1on to Carol Lather Tom Saneholtz do w1ll and bequeath IT1 H1 IH 1'I'l 'rppy go lucky way to Mary Catherrne Schmrdt I Esther Sattler do w1ll and bequeath my rleastng personaltty to Marlene Hougland I Bernadtne Scheele do w1ll and bequeath my knowledge of German to Bomta Orthwetn I Tom Schroeder do w1ll and bequeath my Nolftsh gleam to Bob Bernrcke I A F ' . , , , . . I I - I Q Y I I - ., CI ' Q 1 I - 1 ' ' Q I I I A I I . , ' I V . I I 2 f , , ' V Y . , I I I I , I Y I I - I . . I I I I ' . ' , , A Y I I I . , . I I , I Y I . f , I Y . ' , ' , A Y . . I - , , . . . I I I I I , , I I Y I , , I I In ' ' I, Carolyn Brink, do will and bequeath my ' . , I I I L ' ' ' I I I A I . A I V ' ' , , I Y s n o ,umo .o .s' c . .. .z A . :A , G, - .I . 1 , . , ' , ' Y ' w ' W .- ' ' , , . Y ' ' . ' I, , ' Y r ' I o . . r .1 - ' . f lt, - - , I O , ' 'Ig o w I nv ' . ' , ' .. , . o , ' -5 ' ' I I 'JI , I 'J 1 , I , I . I . , ' 7 xy I h I I 1 I I I I , , I BU I I Leo Shafer do w1ll and bequeath Ro1na1gne Isley hat arn I sa,'1ng'9 I Arlene Shownan do 1J1ll and bequeath ry t1ny feet to Gary Russell I Sherrran Sm1th do fv1ll and bequeath my d1moled ch1n to Ke1th Kurber I Una Mae Stevens do .v1ll and b aueath ny shyness and QUISTHGSS to Ronn1e Lanxenau l Iun1or Stockman do w1ll and bequeat1 curly black ha1r to Mr Iohnson I Annella Sturdavant do N1ll and bequeath 1 I sweet arm to Rooerta D rharn I Ted SNICK do Nlll and bequeath 1ny pranks to Pat Buckmaster I D1ck Sw1ck do w1ll and bequeath my lead ersh1p to Alfred M1ller I Frank Thornton do w1ll and reaueath my g1tt of qab to lerry Palmer I Donald VonDeylon do w1ll and bequeath my bashlulne s to B111 Rogers I D1ck Wachtman do w1ll and bequeath my darmg nerve to Ioan Zacl'1r1ch 0 I Lynn Walters do w1ll and bequeath my cut tmg up to B1ll Ste1nbrecher I I1m Walt1m1re do flll and bequeath my convmcmg manner of speech to Iack1e Brmk I Sally Watson d mll and bequeath my d1S t1nct1ve g1qgle to Florence Gordon I Peo Weaver do fJ1ll and bequeath rry br1l IIGHT runnmq ach1evements to the track team I Ruth We1rauch do Wlll and bequeath my olond tresses to Danny Wendt I Robert W1lleman do N111 and bequeath my laughmg eyes to LOUIS Mlller I Mary Ann Yarnell do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to chatter to Walter Konzen In N1lI'1eSS whereof we have subscr1bed our names and att1xed our seal th1s twenty t1tth day of lvfay 11't the year ot our Lord one thousand r11ne hundred and t1fty WITHGSSGS Glenn Colv1n Thomas McFarland 4,7 R4 if If Q fx-irq'-ffjyti 21' 11,1 V 45 00 l91I I I 1 ' I - if I 'VAVYA Y I - J . , 1 ' 1 , ' I A" , 1 , ' JQ1 ' 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 O ' ' L . A. 1 1 I 9 1 3 ' 1 A A 1 ' , I ' 1 . , , . . I I lY YV"' I I 1 , 1 1.11 , 1 , V , , X . 1 1 1 1 I II' I IJ . . Y . I V . , . 1 1 1 1 . . . X - X , . 1 1 1 1 1 J A " I L 1 I I I X 1 I 1 4 . S. . 1 1 It" 13 6e6'fd1 cf'1"' .- -. "1 ,sb 4 11 f- S035 - -. 3 .- . 7 ' IIIIQIU U U' VN. -f'.0 qpulgi :N , 1 , ' ' ' Nw: tlrilp , M7441 ' fl l X' 1: A ,'? X 7' 6 - - ff-"""'X oWA 'iii' LFZZMWYJZWWY mumaava MLRH IDLE HQUR EAT SHQP Fountlm Nulust Scrvicc If ' Cru SERV Compliments of P Dawson a --r-'l l- 1- SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY Moto 5' ESI' Buick 8 Studebaker A1115 Chalmers Cars and Trucks Tractors New Idea Farm Equrpment Bokerman Sales Servree Earl Brubaker M son Work Cement Work DR D1rt and Stone Haullng 406 R A 5 L L U Compliments of fl iverview ve. Compliments of Baumalis Stock Yard NAPOLEUN. OHIO CQNGRATULATIQNS To the Graduates of 1950 AND Best W1shes for thelr Success The Ward Stucho Portrcuts 0 Dnstmttlon 611 N Perry Phone 8171 NAPOLEON HEICUXNS SHULUN 'IVHEINEID EIHIVCIISIEIH 'D UI N 1111113 'UJLLL LIIIIIYX 'URS SE SBLLIINL TULLL 91V H wwuulddy g rj uwwnb pwwdg un 13115 u H U1 rl' zu nf ppl nf Jmp wmvq V lp U 1 IU Q p muflny OILICD uoalo N fined N gig 'ElDNVI'IddV HHCILNS l941 a L' 0 ' o s.L 2 .t K .K U t N N 1 .. OA UKJISIAXBIDL 1qBp1A12Q . slaucul put: slaqselyx . saouxzqddy PIKJLIQSIIKJH S.- 2' ' 'K Q tg t. LW 0 K - .1 to . 1 A . f s A dd J .ff J J nz, I . r dp b . The Thiesen-Hildred Co. LUIVIBER CLASS BUILDERS' SUPPLIES NAPQLEON f f OHIO The Napoleon Creamery C0 Butter gg M1114 Napoleon Ohm LONGRATLLATIOIXS CRADS Napoleon Sand and Gravel Co INAI OLEOIN OHIO - E S - r 7 V, 'N W y i w ww Lw EI'WCTlL'f7lC E F S . Phill 14 ZEBS Good Eats 24 Hum Scrxiw THI1 bPOT Ib -lr ,kv- Geo H VonDeylen Hardware C E Ele trl 11 Apphm Plumbmg Pamt C mpl I L 1 I Kztcll zuav CUIIXCI' Farm Implem nt VN 'ian- O mpllm nt ci The Napoleon Gram and Stock Co NAPOLEON OHIO Omplxm t t Hagen 84 Sons BEQT WISH ES GRADUATING CLASS from Napoleon Egg Aucuon Curdes Bakery Bread and Pasterles Napoleon Ohlo Ph ne 7571 T e Charles C0 NAPOLEON S DEPARTMENT STORE ff Pom plxm nt f Young s Bar NAPOLEON OHIO Harper Supply Inc FOMI LETE Bl ILDFRS Sl IILIES Engrr mulkvr illilnrtuarg Wlk 24H u Ambul ceg Teleph e S001 NAPOLEON OHIO met B1lls Barber Shop 812 N P rry St Na le Oh Brllrg Motor Sales Olds Cadlllac 5.1! I C mplm ts l Daums Sohro SCIVICC 'n . 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