Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

 - Class of 1952

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On the banks of Maumee s waters Stands our noble Alma Mater Glorious fo behold Fair :md staunch and bold: 9 3 3 ug xxx x X XX XX. 5 ,arm-1 , . Q Q3- l Q.. 'i-t.. X X '1- uf x Thvsv shoes soon will by fillcd to guido ywu thmugh the activitius wi' the school yezni The pictures amd N1CIVf'lfJIqiQ5 gathcr- cd twuothm' in this bunk arc meant to bc yours. amd so we present to you. your t-upy of the 1951-52 "Buckeye", nu Nb Th1S annual IS respectfullx dtd1eattd Countless tlmes do these xxo1ds rcsound and leLllUL from the annuals of today and the annuals of the past shoutmg tht11 p1a1ses of a person tl 1dOl to whom an annual IS ded1cated But we need not shout ou1 plalsc fm lt C111 bt he 11d 1D tht most remotm Q rntr of the school xxlnth he h IS fnthlullx suxfd fo1 l-1 xceus 1nd t 111 be uttered bt the smallc st of sm 1ll students Such has been the llfe of August Kannu btntfactor not of m1ll1ons but of 1dQ3S and pr1ne1plcsth1t 11t so muth a p 11t ffh1s da1lx l1ft and au bw h1seonstant p1act1u gllltllllil 111111111 t 1st1 l t f1e lt 111 l f11t1 1 rauous xxcuds and kmd lttds l t IQ LIXI o 1 eountn and manlund To matt -Xuggm 1 to lmoxx ll11Tl and IH hun reahzc a genume smeercness and f11cndsh1p And so to xou 'XL1gL1SlKiIlIlCX th1s znnual 15 1espeetfullx ded1Cated Y 1 , 1- ' v - , ,. 2 - , X 5. 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Mr. Brillhart, as in previous years, performed his tasks to the utmost degree. Miss Green and Miss Germann also proved to be very competent and helpful in their assistance in the office. Psychology Secretary to Superintendent ,lx Y izy, JOHN L. JOHNSON Princi al University University of Michigan English Athletic Director D BS. Bowling Green State G-3 LOIS G EH Nl.-XNN Svcrvlli ry ln Pr,1zc'ipu Mr. Helberg, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Harper, Mr. Saneholtz, Mr, Mann, Mr. Hoy. CHO0L B0 RD Napoleon is to be congratulated upon the fine character of the men she has elected to the Board of Education. These men are sincerely interest- ed in the welfare of the boys and girls of our schools, and have worked unceasingly toward the betterment of the school system. Through their efforts, a splendid spirit of co-operation has been manifested. a trait so vital to the success of this organization. We congratulate them on their accomplishments. and express our sincere appreciation for the many fine advantages they have afforded the students of the Napoleon City Schools. -J vt MARGARET SHERMAN B.S, Bowling Green State Uriiversityg Jr. High Mathematics. BETTY THEOBALD B. S. Bowling Green State Universityg Fei'- ris Instituteg Jr. High English. is RUTH STONE A.B. Goucher Collegeg DePauwg Columbia Universityg N 0 r t h- western Universityg University of Parisg William and Maryg Latin and Germang Latin a nd German Club Advisor. I JOHN SWEARINGEN B. S. Bowling Green State Universityg Grade School Prin- cipalq Visual Educa- tiong Jr. High Social Scienceg Track Coach. OTHA WHITCOMB B S Bowlinf Grtcn .. . i, 1' State Universityg B. FA. Ohio State Uni- versity: Artg Art Club Advisor. JACK WOODLAND B. S. Bowling Green State Universityg Jr. High Scienceg Hy- giene: Boys' Physical Educationg Football Coachg Asst Basket- ball Coaehg Club Advisor. fv- 3 a O X AINTENANCE . -x. '00 'N QXWQ Ca C60 w ' fav emxxxevivx. Nxt? - NKC5- , b9X65 XPS 699 Y QP, BUS DRIVERS Mr. Swartsbaugh, Mr. Sturdava' V, 'Nhias Mr. Speiser. Mr. Stevens. J iam JANITORS Mr. Panning Mr. Kanmfy Mr. Shasteen Mr. Knipp ffm """'w . , 5559" n .. Ru X41 5,,.-"' . JQQQQL.-. ' L- . iz-:'an , 6:3 . 'if'- A . V Rt Nc. . Jr:-IT , ' fu.S.n., AE 255 ai 1-,FE 'Q '5 f 1173 iii I 41 Ab JD S. f f .l Vg f-T ,ie-"2 P '.. sxq.- 5-fa - --. o','-t gd? Lg ,s.x-, 'ml ,xv 3753 .l7-.a'-' QP' 'kr JOAN AUSTERMILLER "Personality Plus" Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr, Class Play5 French Club 1-25 Cheerleader 1-2-3-45 Student Council 1-35 Sec. 45 G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 Y- Teens 2-45 Soc. Ch. 35 College Club 45 Monitor 1-2-35 Girls' Glee Club 2-3-4 Treas. 15 Mixed Choir 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Typing Contest 35 All Star Basketball 1-2- 3-45 Trio 3-45 All Star Volley ball 1-2-3-45 Lib- rary Club 2-3 Treas. 45 Wildcat's Roar 45 Buck- eye Co-Editor 45 Class Officer V. Pres. 1. Pres. 3-4. HELEN BANKEY liziighiizg. jolly, sympa- thetic, iierer knows a thought thats mean." Jr. Rc-cl Cross 2-3-45 F.ll.A. 1-2-3-4. AW MARILYN BABCOCK "This lass so neat with a smile so sweetfl Commercial Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Monitor 1-25G.A.A.1-2-3-45 F.H.A. 1-25 Y-Teens 2-3- 45 D.E.C.A. Sec, 4. ,br Z' ,,-A MARY BADENHOP "She works every day to excel in each way." Commercial club 35 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Moni- tor 1-35 D.E.C.A. 45 G.A.A. 35 F.H.A. 1-2, News Rep. 3. E l0R DELMAR BARNES "The mildest manners with the brrirest mind." Intramurals 35 Jr. Red Cross 3-45 Industrial Art's Club 3-4, WALTER BEHNFELDT f'He left his class to help his country." Intramurals 35 lndustrial Aits Club 3-4. 1' if I. 14. N' DOROTHY BAKER "Her gesture. motion, smile: her wit. her voice, all hearts beguilef' Student Council 45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-45 Mixed Choir 2-35 D.E.C.A. 45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-35 G.A.A. 1-2-35 F.H.A. 1-3, Treas. 2, Pres. 4. SALLY BERNICKE "True to her work, her word, and her friendsfl Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 1-25 Girls' Glee Club 1-2- 3-45 National Honor So- ciety 3-45 All Star Vol- leyball 1-2-3-45 All Star Basketball 1-2-3-45 G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 Y-Teens 2-3, Pres. 45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Mixed Choir 3-45 Orchestra 1-25 Science Club 3-45 Class Officer, Sec. 1 Treas. 45 Student Council 45 Music Contest 2-3, College Club 45 Buckeye Co-Editor 45 Wildcats Roar 45 Library Club 2-3-45 Latin Club 3. V, Pres. 4. 1 -J -1-1 2 ru U. 'I s MARJORIE BILLIG "Better be out of the world than out of fashion." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 1, Sec. 25 Y-Teens 2-3-45 G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-3-45 National Honor Society 3-45 All Star Volley Ball 2-35 Col- lege Club 45 Latin Club 3-45 Orchestra 25 Girls' Glee Club 1, Acc. 2-3-45 Science Club 3, V. Pres. 45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Library Club 2, V. Pres. 35 Sec. 45 Music Contest 2-35 Trio 3-45 Typing Contest 35 B.G. Scholarship Contest 25 Res. Cheerleader 2. ROBERT BRUNS How poor are they that have not patience." Basketball Res. 25 "N" Club 25 German Club 45 Intramurals 2-35 Monitor LEE BOCKELMAN "His eyes laugh at his jest." Boy's Glee Club 45 Jr. Class Play5 Band 1-3-45 Mixed Choir 45 German Club 3-45 Intramurals 1-25 Class Officer Pres. 1, V. Pres. 2-35 National Honor Society 3-45 Stu- dent Council 25 Treas. 45 College Club 45 B. G. Scholarship Contest 2-35 Track 1-2-35 Basketball Res. 2, Var. 3-45 Football Res. 2, Var. 3-45 Art Club V. Pres. 45 "N" Club 2-3-4. LAWERENCE BOULTON "It is better to do well than to speak well." F.F.A. 1-2, New. Rep. 3, V. Pres. 45 Industrial Arts Club 45 Football, Res. 25 Student Council 45 Intra- murals 2-35 Jr. Red Cross 3-4. E IOR EARL BUCKMASTER "A quiet little man with a will to do. " Football Res. 2-3, Var. 45 Track Squad 1-2-35 In- tramurals 2-35 "N" Club 2-3-45 Hi-Y, V. Pres. 45 Boys' Glee Club 1-25 In- dustrial Arts Club 4, Treas. 35 Jr. Red Cross BEVERLY BUNN "If you don't learn to laugh when you're young, you never will." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 2, Treas. 15 Student Council 45 G.A.A. 1-2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Y-Teens 3-4, Sec. 25 College Club 45 All Star Basketball 2-3-45 All Star Volleyball 1-2-3-45 Latin Club 3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Monitor 25 Mixed Choir 2 - 3 - 45 Cheerleader 2-3-45 Wild- cat's Roar 45 Buckeye Sports Ed. 45 Class Of- ficer Sec. 4. Y-4 JACQUELINE BRINK "Witty, jolly, and full of fun, always ready to help someone." Commercial Club 35 All Star Volleyball 2-3-45 Cheerleader 2-3-45 All Star Basketball 2-3-45 F.H.A. 1-2-35 Y-Teens 2-3-45 G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 D.E.C.A., V. Pres 4. JOLAIN DACHENHAUS "Always quiet, yet al- ways gay5 always a plea- sant word to sayf' F,H.A. 3-45 Commercial Club 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-4. 3 MAURICE DAVIS "lt does not hurt weak eyes to look into beauti- ful eyes." Industrial Arts Club 3, V. Pres. 43 D.E.C.A. 43 Intra- murals 3. MARILYN FREYTAG "Always laughing. full of fung she is liked by everyone." Commercial Club 43 Jr. Red Cross 3-43 Y-Teens 43 G.A.A. 2-3-4. SUSAN DELVENTHAL "Three may keep a sec- ret if two are dead." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-43 Jr. Class Play3 French Club 1-23 Library Club 2-33 Science Club 23 Col- lege Club 43 G.A.A. 1-2- 3-4Q Y-Teens 2-3-43 Mix- ed Choir 43 Sr. Girls' Ens.3 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-43 Wildcat's Roar 43 Buck- eye Feat. Ed. 4. NJ has LYNN DIETRICH "Never too busy to help others? Jr. Class P1ay3 Latin Club 3-43 College Club 43 Wildcat's Roar 43 Buck- eye Staff 43 Art Club 4. E IOR RICHARD FREYTAG "Men of few words are the best men." Jr. Red Cross 2-3-43 Jr. Class Playg German Club 3-43 Intramurals 33 Stu- dent Council 3-43 College Club 4. JAMES FUNCHION "A clean game and a clear 'recordf' Student Council 43 Jr. Red Cross 3-43 Monitor 23 F.F.A. 1-2-3 Pres. 43 Intramurals 2-33 Football Var. 3-43 Track Squad 2. fi' lla 4. DALE DIETSCH "I consider it a leading maxim of life not to do anything in excess." Football Res. 2-33 Track Squad 23 Intramurals 1- 2-33 Hi-Y 2-3 Chp. 43 Ensemble 23 Industrial Arts Club 3, Pres. 43 Boys' Glee Club 1-23 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-43 Jr. Class Playg Mixed Choir 2-33 D.E.C.A. 4. HAROLD FUNCHION "Smooth and steadfast mindf' Intramurals 33 Jr. Red Cross 3-43 F.F.A. 1-2-3-43 Football Res. 2, Var. 33 Track Squad 3. 2 JANET GABLE 'KVirtue smiled upon her facef' Commercial Club 35 F.H. A. 2-35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Monitor 1-25 D.E.C.A. 4. MARALYNN GESSNER t'Gestures oft times prove profitable." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 35 F.H. A. 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Mixed Choir 4, V", .J FRED GERKEN i'Blessings on him who first invented sleep." Basketball Res. 25 Ger- man Club 3-45 College Club 4. E JEAN GRANT "When everything goes wrong a smile will get you through." Moosehart 15 Commercial Club 45 Art Club 45 Mixed Choir 2-3-45 Girls' Glee Club 3-4. L Amusi- '41 3 li ARTHUR GERMANN t'Slow and steady wins the race." Intramurals 1-2 -35 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 "N" Club 25 Football Res. 2-35 D.E. C.A. Pres. 45 Student Council 4. l0R MARJORIE GRIME' t'Her smile is like summer after snow." Delta 1-25 G.A.A. 3. Jr. Red Cross 4. 'fwithdrew before graduationi 'E-9' 'I it i F LAUNITA GERMANN "How oft a forceful character is clothed in sweetness and modesty." Commercial Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Cafe- teria Cashier 3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Typ- ing Contest 35 Student Council 25 Class Officer Treas. 3. LEROY GRUBAUGH 'AThere is ne'er a game in this round world but he did play and play it well." Student Council 1-2, V. Pres. 3 Pres. 45 Boys' Glee Club 2-45 Mixed Choir 3-45 Jr. Class Play5 Jr. Red Cross 3-45 Sci- ence Club 45 College Club 45 Football Res. 2. Var. 35 Basketball 2-3-45 Track 1-2-35 Movie Pro- jectionist l-2. QR 5:2 LEONARD HATCHER "ln mind and manners how discreetf' F.F.A. 1-2, Pres. 3, V. Pres. 43 Student Council 3, Football Res. 33 Intra- murals 2-3g Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. JM XJMI THOMAS HONECK "Talking, he knew not why and cared not what." Science Club 3, Pres. 45 'N" Club 1-2-3-4g Boys' Glee Club 4g Mixed Choir 3-4g Jr. Red Cross 3-43 Jr. Class Play, Foot- Res 2 Var 3 Basketball Res 2 Var 3 4 Track Mgr 1 Band 1 2 4 Intramurals 1 Student Council 3 4 College Club 4 French Club 2 V Pres 1 1' KATHLEEN HEFFLINGER "When one is truly in love, one not only says it but shows it." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. E JAMES HOY "A little man with a big idea." Hi-Y 2-3, Treas. 4g Band 1-2-3-43 French Club 1- 2g Projectionist Club, Pres. 4g Projectionist 2 3 4 J Red Cross 234 Jr Class Pay Boys Glee Club 1 2 Acc 2 Flag Boy 2 3 4 Mixed Choir 2 Wildcats Roar Staff 4 Buckeye Staff 4 NEIL HEFFLINGER "There is mischief in his eyes." Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-43 Intramurals 35 "N" Club 2-3-43 Football Res. 2, Var. 3-45 F.F.A. 1-2-4, Sgt.-at-Arms. 3. I0ll JAY HUDDLE A quiet dispositzoned man A 1 2 Sec 4 Red Cross 1 2 4 Indus trial Arts Club 4 CAROL HELBERG "Such a rural queen all, Henry County hath not seen." Commercial Club 2-3, Sec. 43. F.H.A. 2-3, Treas. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-4. RICHARD HUETER "Remember intellect is not in direct proportion to stature Boys Glee Club 1 Mixed Choir 1 2 German Club 3 4 . Class Play College Club 4 Intramurals 2 3 CAROLYN HUSTWICK UI chatter. chatter as I go and I go on forever." Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Y-Teens 2-3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 Library Club 2-3- 45 Mixed Choir 45 College Club 45 Latin Club 3-45 Wildcat's Roar 45 Buck- eye Staff 45 G.A.A. 1-2- 3-4. LOIS KNIPP "A woman of worth and ability." Toledo 15 Art Club 45 Latin Club 2-3-45 Moni- tor 25 Jr. Class Play5 G.A.A. 2-3--1. S4 N LT GEORGE JENNINGS "None but himself can be his parallelf' F.F.A. 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2- 3-45 Hi-Y 45 Science Club 4. E GERALD KONZEN "A jokes a very serious thing sometimes." Industrial Arts Club 3-45 Intramurals 2-35 Jr. Class Play Tech. Com.5 Jr. Red Cross l-2-3-45 D.E.C.A. 4. WALTER JOHNSON In the world he'll ,find a place, with ready mind and smiling face." Football Mgr. 25 Basket- ball Mgr. 25 Intramurals 35 Jr. Class Play5 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Project- ionist 25 French Club 1- 25 "N" Club 25 D.E.C.A. 4. I0ll XVALTER KONZEN "Self trust is the first secret to success." Jr. Class Play Tech. Com.5 Jr. Red Cross 1-2- 3-45 Intramurals 35 Col- lege Club 45 French Club 1-2 LUCIENE KNEPLEY "She does little kind- nesses that others leave undone." F.H.A. 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-35 Jr. Class Play Usherette5 D.E.C.A. 45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 G.A.A. 2-35 Monitor 1. ANNA LANGE "The world belongs to the energetic." Commercial Club 3-45 G.A.A. 1-2-35 F.ll.A. 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. Qu ry -3 ev '. . , MARGARET LANGE "Her ways are quiet but friendly? Commercial Club 3-45 Monitor 2. MAURICE MEYER "Speak less than you know, have more than you show." German Club, Treas. 3, Pres. 45 Student Coun- cil 45 "N" Club 2-3-45 College Club 45 Football, Res. 3, Var. 45 Basket- ball 2-35 Track Squad 25 Intramurals 35 Jr. Class Play Tech. Com.5 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. LAVERN LANZER "Be silent and safe, silence never betrays youf' Industrial Arts Club 3- 45 Boys' Glee Club 25 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. MERILYN MCHENRY "Her air, her manner- all who see admire." G.A.A. 2-3-45 Y-Teens 2- 3, Pub. Ch. 45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 Art Club 45 Com- mercial Club, V. Pres. 3. Treas. 45 Library Club 2- 3-45 Mixed Choir 45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Monitor 45 Class Officer Sec. 25 All Star Volleyball 2. E IOR ESTHER MOHRING 'KBy diligence she wins her way." G.A.A. 35 D.E.C.A. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Jr. Class Play Usherette5 F.H.A. 1-35 Library Club 2-35 B. G. State Scholar- ship Contest 2. NORMA NOHL "Modesty and genuine- ness are the keys of friendship." Commercial Club 35 Jr. Class Play Usherette5 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-35 F.H.A. l-2-3-45 D.E.C.A. 2. MARIAN MEYER "Pleasant in actions make the hours seem short and enjoyableff G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play Usherette5 Com- mercial Club 3-45 Moni- tor 25 Jr. Red Cross 1-2- 3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens. Band 2-3. ERVIN OHLRICH "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Football. Res. 3, Var. 45 Basketball. Res. 2-3, Var. 45 "N" Club 2-3-45 Ger- man Club 3-4. 7-l af Dr X5 fd :l'!'7" fyfff' MARGARET PACEY "A girl with pep and zeal to dog most anything we ask her tof' National Honor Society 3-45 Latin Club 3-45 French Club 1, Treas. 25 Library Club 2-3-45 Col- lege Club 45 Science Club Lib. 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1- 2 - 3 - 45 Band 2-3-45 Mixed Choir 1- 2 - 3 - 45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Y-Teens 2-3, Treas. 45 Jr. Class Play Bus. Mgr.5 Wildcat's Roar Staff5 Buckeye Lit. Ed. 4 JARIDEANE PHILLIPS "Dark eyes and bright prospects." Latin Club 3-45 Band 1- 2-3-45 Y-Teens 2-4, V. Pres. 35 G. A. A. 1-3-4, Sec. 25 College Club 45 Student Council 45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 1-25 All Star Volleyball 2-45 Girls' Glee Club 15 Wildcats Roar 45 Buck- eye Staff 4. QE 'Z JERRY PALMER "The very essence of politeness." Industrial Arts Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 F. F. A. 1-2-3-4. 3 ELDOR PANNING "Never known to say a bad word." Mixed Choir 45 College Club 45 Boys' Glee Club 1-2-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2- 3-45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 1-25 Ger- man Club 3-45 Wildcat's Roar 45 Buckeye Staff 4. E IOR CLARABELL PLASSMAN "A girl's an inspiration to any man," Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 3-45 F. I-l.A. 2-3-45 Jr. Red Cross l-2-3-45 Class Officer Treas. 2. RAYMOND POLKER "The secret of success is constancy of purpose." Industrial Arts Club 35 Mixed Choir 1-25 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Boys' Glee Club 1: Jr. Class Play. be 117' fa Rl U f 'Q JOAN PANNING 'AAmong the girls she's tall and fair, her like you'll not find every- where." Projcctionist Club 45 Commercial Club 45 Sr. Girls' Ens, 45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 German Club 3, Sec. 45 Mixed Choir 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 French Club 1- 25 Monitor 1-2-45 G.A.A. 3-4. KENNETH PRECHT "Whose little body lodged a mighty brain." Class Officer Sec, 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Student Council 25 College Club 45 German Club 3-4. -Q env' CAROLYN PUEHLER t'Many a surprise is found in a small package? Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Mixed Choir 45 Y-Teens 2-3-45 Student Council 45 Col- lege Club 45 Library Club 2-3, Pres. 45 G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 Latin Club 3-45 Wildcat's Roar Editor 45 Buckeye Staff 4. ARLENE RIGGS "Silence and modesty are commendable any- wheref, Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 F. H.A, 1-2-3-45 Band 2-3- 45 D.E.C.A. 45 Y-Teens 3-4. POWELL RADEL 'tEuen though overcome, he could argue stillf, Basketball Res. 2-35 Mixed Choir 2-35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Science Club 3-45 Industrial Arts Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 1- 2-3-45 Jr. Class Play5 Hi- Y 4. E JOHN RITTER "Majestic in his person- tall and straight." Band 1-2-3-45 Orchestra 25 Boys' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 35 Ensemble 2-35 Music Contest 35 In- tramurals 2-35 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Flag Boy 2- 3-45 French Club 1-25 Hi-Y 2-3, Sgt. at Arms 45 Science Club 3-45 Col- lege Club 45 Jr. Class Play. SALLY RAFFERTY "Deeds are better things than words, actions mightier than boasting." Girls' Glee Club 3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens. 45 Mixed Choir 45 Library Club 3- 45 National Honor So- ciety 3-45 Jr. Class Play5 G. A. A. 1-2-3-45 Com- mercial Club 45 F.H.A. 3- 45 Latin Club Treas. 35 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 All Star Basketball 3' All star Volleyball 2-3-4i ltlll NORMAN ROESSING "Worth, courage, honor, these indeed your sub- stance and birthright? Band 1-2-3-45 Ensemble 2-35 Flag Boy 1-2-3-45 Intramurals 2-35 "N" Club 2-3-45 Hi-Y 2-3, Pres. 45 Jr. Red Cross 1- 2-3-45 Jr. Class Play. 'Z MELVIN RICE "It's hard to keep a good man down." DeVilbis High School 1- 25 Industrial Arts Club 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 3-45 Football Res. 3, Var. 45 "N" Club 3-45 Student Council 45 College Club 45 Science Club 4. ' WILLIAM ROGERS "Genius is the capacity for evading hard work." Band 1-2-3-45 Orchestra 25 Ensemble 25 Jr. Class Play5 Music Contest 35 Intramurals 2-35 Golf 35 Monitor 25 Industrial Arts Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 D.E.C.A. 4. 'Q MELVIN SCARR "A good heart is worth gold." Intrarnurals 2-35 Track Squad 1-2-35 Basketball Res. 35 Football Res. 2-3 Var. 45 "N" Club 2-3-45 D.E.C.A. 45 Industrial Arts Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Boys' Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 2-35 Jr. Class Play Tech. Com. MARILYNN STEVENS "In friendship. noble and sincere." Commercial Club 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 F.H.A, 1-2-3-45 D.E.C.A. 4. 'O PATRICIA SHARPE t'Siire a' little bit of heaven fell out of the sky one day." Latin Club 3-45 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Y-Teens 2-3 Soc. Ch. 45 G.A.A. 1-2-3- 45 College Club 45 Jr, Class Playg Mixed Choir 2-3-45 French Club 1-25 Library Club 2-35 Wild- cat's Roar 45 Buckeye Bus. Mgr. 4. . 4' THOMAS SHARTZER "I shall either find a way or make one." Football Var. 1-2-3-45 Basketball Res. 25 "N" Club 1-2-3-45 Track 1-2- 35 Student Council 1-35 Boys' Glee Club 45 Mix- ed Choir 45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-4. E IOR IRENE STOCKMAN "Wearing all that weight of learning as lightly as a flower." Coinmcrcial Club 3. V. Pres. 45 Jr. Class Play Ushcrettcg Jr. Red Cross' 3-45 F.H.A. 3. RAMSEY THIEL "In his duty prompt at every call." Industrial Arts Club 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-45 Jr. Class Play Tech. Com.5 Wildcats Roar 45 Buckeye Staff 4. .Z K. hr '1 LYNETTE SHELT Hlndustrious and gay. Girls' Glee Club 1-2-3-45 Sr. Girls' Ens.5 Mixed Choir 2-3-45 Jr. Class Play Tech. Com. G.A.A. 1-2-3-45 D. E. C.A. 45 F.H.A. 3. GLADYS WILLEMAN fA friendly girl with no favorite hate." Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Monitor 25 F.H.A. 1. 737' MICHAEL VANDENBROEK "The best, bad, brightest boy." Canada 15 Band 2-3-45 Orchestra 25 Ensemble 35 Intramurals 2-35 Track Squad 25 French Club 25 College Club 45 Jr. Class Play. VIRGIL WITTENBERG "To study is to learn-to learn is to succeed." Boys' Glee Club 1-2-45 Commercial Club 45 Jr. Class Play5 Band 1-2-3- 45 French Club 1-25 Col- lege Club 45 Intramurals 2-35 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-4. MICHAEL WALKER "He set his heart on the goal and not on the prize." Football Res. 2, Var. 3-45 Basketball Res. 25 Golf 1-25 Intramurals 2-35 HN" Club 2-3. Sec.-Treas. 45 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 Stu- dent Council 2. E JANICE WORTMAN "She hath a nielodious voicef, Defiance 1-25 Commer- cial Club 3-45 Y-Teens 3- 45 Library Club 3 -45 Monitor 45 Trio 3-45 Mu- sic Contest 35 Sr. Girls' Ensemble5 Mixed Choir 3-45 Girls' Glee Club 3-45 Typing Contest 35 All Star Volleyball 4. DONALD WACHTMAN "Honest and bright, the teachers' delight." Commercial Club Pres. 45 French Club 1, Pres. 25 German Club 3-45 Jr. Red Cross 2-35 Student Council 15 Intramurals 1-2-35 Jr. Class Play5 Mixed Choir 2-3-45 Boys' Glee Club 1-2-45 Ensem- ble 25 Class Officer Pres. 2. IOR DALLAS YOUNG '4Give the world the best you have and the best will come back to you." Commercial Club 45 "N" Club 1-2-3-45 Science Club 3-45 Hi-Y 45 Jr. Class Play5 French Club 1, V. Pres. 25 Jr. Red Cross 3-45 Football Mgr. 1-2-35 Basketball Mgr. 1- 2-35 Buckeye Staff 45 Wildcat's Roar Bus. Mgr. 4. ,ge 'C'- " I K nm. ORVILLE WEIRAUCH "It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E." Football Res. 2-3, Var. 45 Golf 1-2-35 Intramurals 2-35 "N" Club 2-3-45 Jr. Red Cross 1-2-3-4. GERMAINE ZACHRICH "Passive in manner, strong in deed." Jr. Class Play5 Jr. Red Cross 2-3-45 All Star Volleyball 2-3-45 All Star Basketball 35 G.A.A. 2-3-45 Commercial Club 4. Treas. 35 F.H.A. 1-2-35 D.E.C.A. 4. qv tv 2 ' --A ff Xv' I u Z 'L Q' If is GR N -5-'af fhf 4 0 ' 795 ' 'Tl R O fnff' .f l 1. l . 14. 2yif'7f'f"'fiGf4qW , .V ,-: u A A Jawa" ' V 4, f. . .:, K+. ., wr, ' , l f I ,. 3, . ' 'Q ,AEI V .-. ,v--- N, wk...- '- 14 J . 'ax A., A , , lg gg , J. .-Xrnws ' YQ sf' Q' 'Q '1- G: 4'Q5 .L ' ti , I I Nl f w W, Nw' 1 lb 451, R 1 If-'xv 5 , -N wi . , -71 -O P- A Gs -t D' F. Arlnitzlgu I Y. Bauman I: 'I l N B. Bcl1rcnS l ' ' ' 95 B. Blue X 'Il A: - '-, D.B41s1 X . 4 4,9 I Av .A fg - 4 Fl 15 3 " J. Bowles 43:9 E. Brcll V - K. Brown ' N. Campbell I R. Carter y y C. Clark 0, f Y -A onkey ,. Conklin Cortright C. Cortright - 1 R. Dachenhaus S. Detmer Q ' V . Dickey ' C. Dille A R. Durham Dye C. Ebcrly M. Elling V41 A in .. l"1'L-ytzagg I J. Fruth 'fs' L. Fruth ' J. Gallagher P. Gillvspic A. Haas llxms A .X llalgm-n Q' ' D li. llugvn K. Ilzall Nl. llalnn li ll:-Vrzizln llm'l'xl1lv'Z-t'I .x llwl i .l .lznmq 4 R. Jflsa-ph 1 .9 G- . 1. K. gg - Km .P Z, - 41 1 if C. Kfwlbcf E. Kruw K. Kurber Land M. Lange 1 -P P J. Lefier C9 P. Leonard I v M. Liddle I f "X - ui Q A M. Martinez f ,ri f jr' J. McCo11ey ' V A I .f. , Q 635 -S 5 x 'O LY B. Meyer' -' A. Miller 'SY R. Miller . " M. Muhring R. Plassman f 5 ' , V ,. . J. Mullcztt J. Myers ' llv. I N1 nn, cjy g . P. Niebel v ,, Q. ' . 19" 9 . Q ,x 1 J. Ricger J R .4 - ' haf' R' V. f . ogers ' ' P. Ruhda ffl ' . ' 1, J L. Shrmri " I 'N X ,.. 41 A 3.1 vw l r 9 Q f 9 . .Ikea P 05.3.3 . Q? x C. Sickmiller 2 , 'S A ,Q J. Shumaker Qt? ., w K E. Stevens V S 'T' N. Sturdavant . ' Q 'O J. Thompson f - R. Travis , pq K R. Veige-1 ff Va Q, 35 95 Y 9 M. VVa1terS ...S S. YVHIIQTS "' A S. Ward E. 'Watkins R. Yocom .Air 'Wa I1 'Not Picturvd S. Babcock B. Behnfcldt S. Bnckelman J'Zf'l1'1'S J 71chr1ch at X-5 fi 3 ,l rv-Q, lg . ,JP ' x 'o fy' n If ...Nw . . . .1 - fl 'N . .l:'s' -N ' "' S P. Hahn 5,9 W V M Honeck 81 if 13 .ai-L. I lv :gl ' -vii P ' Q:-A Cla' e . C4 1' J -Q' X 1? if fi M . 'ffl 5 Www 5 I W JUNIOR SNAPS Nl Ai 1' I! -4 n sv. ,1 x 3' x -.,. xn -f"' ' .s '-2' -wQff"'1s ,M K' is K. -i . f Q . . ,. '.g.,'s '-x.:zff5:1:n, vu. Qi gh 1:9 I 9? .4 J .1 i ' v I 4 I 30 I r' Q 'Z Iwo! g ii" .. .5 ..,, f . I i'r,' I - is iwvi -0 Y 'sf f, fu aa: --, -. Jia I W J 'LW Q4 . f X U A: :1k:.:' I 7? 5. . Q frik Vx. "'- - ' 1 H" ,Q E- ' C Elf ' -. J f, ' N gn Z .0 Q 'A ws: 1 'Y K '23-1 . 1 w up - --f- ,.. . I .,,. ' I slim A t ' Q5 'J 'L . -P L I sf f -lx-f J .r g . 50 -. ':' 1 .Q , K- A W wi' '-1 ' K3 -, I F- -v 1 X -., X921- , Q , nfs -Q . ..- aza ff' q'f X. I I ....,,, 4- ' ,ti 75:0 Q., V .Q sa in 'z Sr iff 5, .M .1 V I .P 4' . .. xi Q- K- ff "' Q' 7 -Sv CYS! ' 3' 1:7 5, , 2 M .N n ' 5' W 9 ,I If 5,5 v i . ,,..,-, Y 594 '? i -1 F' G. Aglci' A.Armitz1:c J,Bz1nl-icy' D.Bm-hnfn-M1 II.H1Il11w P. Blitz M. Bockulmzin M. Bost N, Bost S. Buckmaster J.Cf1I'U'ig.1i1I M. Crossland I. Dachonhaus B. Daum W. Dioringvr R. Dietrich G. Ebvrly J. FL'I',L1l1SlJI'i B. Fillbright J. Frcytag G. Gable D. Gasser M. Gcbcrs C. Germann J. Gilbert C. Glass J. Grant J. Handyside J. Harrison M. Hart J. Hcitmun G. Herman J. Hcrshbergcr A. Hmoffvl J. Hovffcl K. Honcck B. Iiwwn- M. Ilunu-r J. Jzicksiwn M. Jwvlinsf-ri If. Kziiirs B Krum i3.KI'X'ilI1,Q C. I.:inai M Lzmga- S. Leifer D. Lloyd M. Lowry if-Q T .L R. Ludeman J'? C. Mann I C. Mann 2 f f H. Meyer 'I A ,A-so x- . ! L. Meyers A f '-' - Q C. Michaelis 'J 3 . M. Moon ,A 7 S. Myers --1 4 1 D. Norden fi V tj! 1, . .,.. ri" .- ff F ' f I. ' K I 2 l F. Norden f '. 5: U I -A f P. ordway '75 " git A f- V I , - -' , T.Ory ,A Ni " ' a, ' P". . R. Panning 'PI hi ' X 1 5 P. Phillips - f H PH 5 C. Plotts I ag Y " f AW Ig' 3 1 A 5. . . . R. Polker ' A. Rafferty 5, ' L wr B. Rasey ' Q L'-7. B. Richley 'T-" -gy v R. Riggs X I. Sattler f I , K X . '-'v . I M. Schroeder ffij ""' 9 45. M. Schwab M. Seiple 2, D. Selhorst " ' J. Sharpe ir f R. Showman ' V Q if V , M. Showman a at ' D. Slight a 6' -ca an up A " RLSgee4Iek ffl Lrg. g . wlc ,ZW B. Teeple 1 ,Mi 'ff -5 R.Thie1man ' 'fgvgs-gg 1 gp I ,--fl: . dig-if I r K. Van Dyk P ,, 3 L. Wachtman 0 - x .1 v if ,,4 L. Wachtman B. Walker B. Watson C. VVendt R.Wi11ford V. Wittenberg D. Yarnell N nh 3' - K r 1 V4 ji , 'T' -!'5 ' km 'J Ai uh p- -1 2, 'f.5 D 1-.r -.gg-v x gh,- YJVD f I v -ox 5 .1 u 1. ' - f J ..,-1, Q1 . ly . n U 1, ,- x -'Fe' Q' Wi f we 73 I ,. ' ff ,Q S V .- 0,7 tl My I f, 'fa Y " xi 7 1 W 'O 1 87 ft-J I I Y 1:- f ul '55 Wm 3l W s. . f A -ow. 'fi 'Fill' 'Q 001.1 1 .Q a"'LJ-. NC' ps. aqui.. Q. no 5 .pf E na 'fl ,dj-sw . It . P . -iffy- F Q 2 i fi' H "s..,'v ww r,- wif IX if .rg -im, --W . ' ":1+.'.i 2:1-.1'?5f+ " - 41-A .4 A.. 'TU' 1' A L fl", ' s ? L4 1: ' 3 ' f, r l V 5 if l KC 'Q vi 'fi l. -.x --v 34 Y , L, 4 I ' x ii, qifq. I 'S' I I,, ,pm 5g,.A5g,g vig ?"'3 w .Ar f ,A U Q' . :ggi V , 'Vw W S I , 0-N" . , - 'Haig , 5 f.,, ,- '-1.11. G Adam A. Amos M. Anderson D. Arps J. Asha-nfcltci L. Babcock R. Badcnhop N. Bair J. Bankcy M. Barton D. Bcrgstcdt J. Bernickc II. Blair H. Bliss L. Bockelman R. Bost R. Brcll G. Bresslcr G. Bush S. Buston L. Coleman W. Conkcy D. Cowdrick H. Cramer G. Crawford C. Dachcnhaus L. Dachenhaus L. Dietrich B. Donnette J. Fleagle E. Franz L. Frederick L. Fruth D. Gallagher E. Gcrkcn G. Glorc C . fxiuifl K. Guntcr l.. llaas K. llaafc K. Hardy R. Harmon J. llL'lllll1Ql'l' C llcss D. llill B. Hof-ffcl J. Howe R. Hurst ' J. Knepley Y B. Krleseh R. Land B. Lemon 1 N gz L. Llddle H. Lowry . eq, A. Mapes L. Martinez +L , C. Meyer Ill' f f S s - 2 .e Y .a -6 3' 5, .f 1 I G '?f.2 R 'a X ' J. Meyer ' i ' XJ X , 9 V rw , . 1 B. Miller B. Mlller G. Miller M. Miller H. Miller M. Mueller 0 B. Preeht .- N. Puehler B. Rasey I. Rauch Rettig x. 4 H. NXC g i f , 'YF fin -I 3 " be J r 4 D. Riebesehl B. Seheele M. Sehnitkey R. Sehnltkey E. Sc-hultz S. Shartzer rev A l. M. Slxght J. Snyder M. Snyder B. Spencer B. Spencer "LS E -:" ' J., 2 X . :J it QW so D. Steele E ""' ' LZ!" Sf: 5 J. Stevens B. Strohl ,Q 9 ik J. Tracy q ,E-N 1 B. Travis "'.T'k C. Vcmke -Q r L. Von Deylen ' ' 'Nut Pzczured C- Wiifd 73 Q L. Babcqyck Wl116?TYl8H 42? R, Waltgrg J, Wortman , Qi K ,. I fl f-Q --Q - C3 L' ..f 'FE if X F RESHMAN S SNAP ,al f A ' 5 OR 5 Z' Q1 ...F GQ' S434 7TH GRADE OFFICERS Pres1dent Marx Beth T1etjens V1ce Presxdent Pam Seabold Secretary Sandra Good Treasurer Ben Reese 8TH GRADE OFFICERS Presldent Terrx Walker Vree Presldent B111 Schmtkex Secretarx Janet Stex ens Treasurer Jack Detmer JR HIGH 0FFICER ,. 47 37 J. Krum B. Kruse J. Kruse K. Lemon J. Leonard M. Lucas C. Ludeman J. Martinez J. Miller M. Meyer B. Michaelis B. Michaehs A. Miller M. Mullen J. Nestleroad E. Nye T. Ory R. Owens R. Panning C. Parcels L. Pauley N. Puehler C. Quillman J. Rasey R. Reichert M. Riggs J. Schnitkey W. Schnitkey C. Schroeder R. Schroeder R. Schuette J. Shartzer J. Shartzer P. Spitler J. Stevens K. Taylor L. Teeple T. Walker C. Weichers D. Willeman 'Not Pictured C. Craig . - 1 1 v O .4 r. 'iv 'l'Yv 1-' C -Q ILS, 4 . B . --. 40 i J 43 rl ' " ,f fi QS '1 . Q If Q6 'fy V N I :I X4 I ,I D. Adams R. Belfmrd - P. Bust M. Brink L. Brubaker W. Brubaker I f-Q5 K J. Clymer J. Cook K. Conkey 'L Q M. Crmrdcs Inuit 1-Q E. Crusslzmd L. Dcrmiu J. Dctmm-r C. Dicringor 5,9-' C.Di11f,n ' B. Flory B. Fouts J. Fruth B. Funchion -6. S. Good Q2 C. Hann ,E ,P H. Hardy '22 1 J. Hcffiingur I.. Hclbcrg v- X ' , 51, N. Helberg J. 3 V" gg , Ii. Hogrcfe - 5 43 f Q:-'Jr G. Huneck L ' L. Hoover ,fr , x c 4 fl" ' , J. Hoy gf ' 5 7 'WR' R. Hunter Ll' ' 1 ' 1 9 ' ,' M Jun-ksml .wa . Q ' i -'ri y 4 Q. H. Ja-rmings J ,v "' ff J Q: . :V - IJ. Jwlmson 'U -,4 -X - H. Kmpp -g- , 4.2 K Q J 16" P. Knipp , N WX Q 5 Ii.K1m-ur-1 . Q" A a+ J , ' I , . Z 11 1 J B gf 'f A M. Kruwu xx. QE . Q . , - Ei ,I - A I 11.6 , M. Kruw VV. Larides G. Lloyd K. Lowry K. Meyer M. Miller M. OSborn E. Parming M. Parming R. Plassmari R. Rauseh B. Reese J. Reiser J. Handy S. Sauer J. Schroeder P. Schroeder P. Seahold J. Shafer E. Short C. Showman K. Showman A. Shumaker H. Shumaker V. Smith N. Snyder J. Swearingcn A. Thiel L. Tlirimtfm M. 'Fietjc-m D. Tracy D. Travis R. Vajen D. Walters D. VVard R. VVard W. VVarneekQ Not Pictured D. Dietriek R. Dingledine G. Gilliland M. Hardy L. Riebesehl 1 I' 'fi ',-uo- -1 ' J r 9 V V. ,. ' fi 4- lv' 4 5' 'D 0. QQ. Q. ,. 'Ox L., .45 ' " " j 1 l . 1 H ,Q f" , K. Welsh 3, 15. iwqix, ...A J I, -f-G Q- 42" 4 bn- 'Q 1 , f 1. - 'SY 4? ., rf -g 7 ai fs I"p ,1- -Ol QU sm S XX YW-. 1 "' QS' 5,- . ,Q f 'iv A wg: N' I 'X WNV . 7 A V. 1 I ,ir A 'f-3 -- s ,x, , ,gk 1 I kwa 1 tr ml ., . A n v uk' 'fi'-C' ""vv . M, , JJ 1 . , '- '. 7 ff A1-X,ff'j ,- 5 A z 1 4 . O -n 'lf , , U44 ,J f' .I -'vu '- . 1 1' ' "2" 1. ' 91" s t f vx ldv 1 nw . 5, w f , . , '-I Q f In ,M 2.v"5 S A 'Mg -f.' vw X V- L' 'ff N 9 , Q - S , ,WA - Q , f ,R "A .4 .N , 4 I 1 , ,, 3 at ' 1. .lr 1 , , " f ' . H I .H A .x, 5 U , 2 , , - ' W., ' ' ' 'q""'.79 - ' Y, VM, K 1 ' A . If 'f , ' ' 112: R . 6 ' .Q in A ' ,Y 'f- . . 1, 1 rf! " ' '-N, - 'a Q ., 1 4,1 , L-Ja K . . .Y V. , .- A ' , 2. 5 . , . . V, ELK X -A , , , . V . A ' . ,, -s f 1 ,L 'V ,, J if ' ,' ' , U , '. - g . . ' M 1 - ' ' ' ,. . VU' - fi 1 . ., :r,1iQ, tn Y. :QA ,. - - '42 4 ' ' 'r . . '5 . U." f 5 0- qt , Q ,w A 'Y , w X o , - ,, . H L , "v, ' - P . ff " 1 .1 rf ,. . . ' x. ., V M-qw 1 A , 'AA - 1 ..,4,, 4 H f n . jf 'ff 3 1-. I -Q3 f , H. A ' 52,5 ,if Y .QP " , ,,. - , , A Y - Q an ,,y ' Le ' . 1 .M ' Q , .- Q Q -Q ,,, ' ' 1 ,, . - -1 ' ' D - ' A ,,'-. .f. 3 '- ,uu J., ' ' - M. eq, ,221-2-,Q , ,. iq? all F3 A Y?-ll5f,?ii1fE5,?5g.6 lf' gs is 32588 1 -e - mf BACK ROW: G. Herman, B. Kryling, O. Weirauch, K. Honeck, D. Selhorst, J. Bankey, J. Cortright, R. Dachenhaus, H. Billow, M. Martinez, B. Hardy, E. Buck- master. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Woodland L. Swick, R. Yocum, K. Hall, V. Wittenberg, R. Theilhman, K. Kurber, J. Myers, B. Neibel, B. Carter, J. Rieger, G. Conkey, Coach Mossing. FRONT ROW: L. Fruth, M. Scarr, T. Shartzer, T. Honeck, M. Rice, L. Bockelman, M. Walker, J. Funchion, E. Ohlrich, N. Hefflinger, M. Meyer, B. Howe. Managers B. Racey, R. Tavis. The 1951 football squad enjoyed a success- ful season with Jack Woodland replacing Mr. Buckenmeyer as head football coach. Coach Woodland began the season with many green men and molded them into a good football team. In his duties he was ably assisted by William Mossing, who acted as line and reserve coach. In the first league tussle the Cats chalked up 26 points over Montpelier's 20. Next we took on the big Bulldogs of Defiance, who came out the losers by a score of 31 to 0. Liberty Center was our next victim and we had no trouble sinking them with a 26-0 score. Bryan was a hard one to beat in the snow and cold, but we finally pulled through with a 14-14 tie. Our next and final game was with the Wauseon Indians. This was one of APOLEO WILDCAT 191 the easier games of the season with the score being 52-0. Bryan and Napoleon having the same standings at the end of the season, tied for the N.W.O.A.L. Championship. Nap. Opp. Sept. 14-Sylvania, Home ....... 14 13 Sept. 21-Montpelier, There .... 26 20 Sept. 28-Defiance, Here .......... 31 0 Oct. 5-Perrysburg, There ..... 6 9 Oct. 12-Liberty Center, Here... 26 0 Oct. 18-Bowling Green, There.. 12 32 Oct. 26-Delta, There ........... 13 34 Nov. 2-Bryan. There .. 14 14 Nov. 9-Wauseon. Here . . . . . . 52 0 23. W 2-'Q ,i- , , Q? 36" ff. ,s I I I t P ea , , X . ff , Q' A 1: 5.:g"4.-7 ,vi -1'1'5'4? -4 ,nf 4 . ' nf-'L H-" "'afs'fn' . V 1 '-, -?Qf3.','s Y 'f, .,.!'v V' lf, 'wig-,Q .15 . ...-nik, -1,-. - -4-.s " - QW ,lg Q5 . x 'U .Y ,. iv 'a dovx ns ru:-hlng passing ci cats Ante.. ,R re th e h ovs -A . 1th mud ina: rt we stlneuzm who was Q ll as numbers were ovl substitute with a clean ood out lil-ze a more tew plays later' he too e the rest. On the third play of ITlFL1YlChlOYZ took the ball s left end and ran 53 ore. Shortly: after 'o 'I'.D.'s from passes by ark e ran one extra iehel bucked for th Q the st cu 'z e score at was :en 'by ozljf league if,-um. a auseon dgd not wzn El leagnf luln P I i., fuk Yr. 1 W O, Def had 5 ISF1 1" .111 1. as 1 ,Q , A-, J, l .ll H, ,hr WVU ,mv for lomng ,heh ,game I vf Ifug' last Friday night, and five members ol me team O I and him ' " h the ilu tm: o IC --I.. m. But Uni 'on up against T- 'I' mst week. 'E 1 3-'Wg g ,sznoothly und: lakes f Lx aug i Hyue ng imma mu! 'Pirie QT' ,fl .MM .,.. , 'Ile x . l,..1f.1.f. B ,max nn A- lor one TD .Ly 'kwa tak- lanofhexh of :mainly ffot theiriA11 in L' M i i iq" 'lb' k Fball , ine . aoe eon lme superb S 'k ik ' Lei and stopped the Defiance offense all d cats h . f 'f.e-L-1. 'Al uarter was a slide biQf'f,13 T12 Fdfff' 00' mm ,in the muck Umm nmce .vw lea n.xe3.,. once , from mg tne Nap 8 yard lme ln 11119 " nefwod. Hut here the the LA DLC pushed 'S ,.v- Fai: 'zte Nam. nrey-1z"lx f' 1 N wer 1" held a an VVildc'at s and f glaring CAI Wea was Slve hlmkmg of the the downfielri E-aeks. The rzmlza on their 1 'he .Il 1 -::, .Ind L T nd single they IH from Come ,Lf...f -ng W RF., ff. F GQ, " HO' 'T' , 311 thex rar-Q fa pounce on and II tools. wer '70 xa ds to Vx alker dolng the fooled haciiv c zz several Own "" 1 .L X ax aim? Qhartzer booted the fans :al hack I4 I4 Ill ' E. Buckmaster K. Honeck H. Billow R. Dachenhcxus I. Coriright Y R Pfcxrdy D Selhorst R. Travxs B Rasey R Herman V Wlttenberg R Yocum G Herman B KrY11-UQ G. Conkey R. Thielmcm W -!--+--1i- C1 f,f D fi 9 . O.-J Er- Q1 il' if 7 QE? la. - Wil , 5 SECOND ROW: Mr. Mosslng, coachg L. Swick, J. Bankey, R. Thxelman, W. Howe, H. Billow, Mr. Woodland, FIRST ROW: W. Neibel, L. Fruth, T. Honeck, L. Bockelman, L. Grubaiigh, J. Myers. Nap. Opp. November 27-Adrian-There .. .... 34 37 November 30-Sylvania-Here .......... 50 51 December 4-Toledo Libbey-Here ...... 35 40 December 7--Wauseon-There .... .... 6 0 47 VARSITY TEAM December 14-Bryan-Here ............ 40 62 The Varsity basketball team had December 21-Defiance-Here .......... 46 44 A . U December 27-Canton Timken-Defiance a falfly good Season Consldermg Tourney .--U.'--...-..'.-.-.'-.'...'. 47 51 all the trials and tribulations. They December 28-Cincinnati Western Hills lOSt a few men On injuries but held TOUFHQY ............................. up Well under the Strain of the January 4-Montpelier-There .......... 56 55 power of the other league teams- January ll-Liberty Center-There ..... 43 42 The 1 d th I f h.1 yea eeague orawie January 18-Wauseon-Here ..... .... 4 9 44 b January 25-Bryan-There ..,... .... 4 9 42 ut after some tough breaks soon February 1-Defiance-There .......... 47 68 dropped to Second Place and fin' February 5-Bowling Green-Here ...... ished the season in second place in February 8-Montpelier-Here ........ 49 59 the N,W,0.L, leaguel February 15-Liberty Center-Here ..... 55 59 February 22-Van Wert-There ........ 66 79 QQDP X , J 4 f, , ma, N :I x 11 mx sux I -issues M . T131 1 -L-xhfji, if . i ,J 'EMF :EQ Q , Q LD 1 ,Y ...L,.. r--- QU'-r K' X f ML lox. , 42599 l f -14 ,J 1 ,, 7 T-N IT .Z Q54 Yligti ' BL ' :kvfi 9 .J SECOND ROW: G. Conkey. W. Howe, G. Stevens. R, Thielman. J. Cortright, Mr, Woodland, FIRST ROVV: W. Kryling. L. Swick. J. Myers. H. Billow, Nap. Opp. November 27-Adrian-There .... 49 November 30-Sylvania-Here . . .41 December 4-Toledo Libbey-Here ' 31 December 7-WauseonfThere .... 38 December 14-Bryan-Here .,.... 32 December 21-Defiance-Here .... 37 January 4-Montpelier-There .... 38 January 11 January February February February February -Liberty CenterHThere January 18 25-Bryan-There ...... 28 1- 5 Wauseon-Here ...... 26 -Defiance-There .... 35 Bowling Green-Here 27 U A D I A "54ixiOmpei1ef-Here .. .27 15 February 22 -Liberty Center-Here --Van Wert-There .30 25 23 24 20 19 32 41 32 24 31 36 39 34 38 34 BA KETBALL RESERVE TEAM The reserve basketball squad started its' season with a bang. but ended up on the short end of the standings, The boys play- ed well together but the law of averages was against them after half of the season was over. The material from the other league schools looks good for next year. Napoleon should have no trouble matching it with a little hard work and team play. 5. 1 .1-""l" , , mi 4 I Wllllfi? fs -J .5 Q .,,.,:f3W , ' c Q - , 9 'V ,gk Jr Qi? V" I rr' P Phillips B Bunn J Austcrmillci J Brink VARSHH? These four girls follow- ed the teams faithfully throughout the year. Along with being an inspiration to the teams. they led their cheers well and added much color and attraction to the cheering section. During the basketball season thu came out sport ing new outfits which add cd to the perfcction oi cheers and made them ont of the best set of cheei leaders in thc league S Babcock L Short J Thompson RESERVE Ti e iescixc ehccileadus stiitcd thc basketball season with new ne it outfits isisting ol blur bittlc iaclxtts inc it x ittd ski duiing tic N 1 itz o oxxtd um thf ughout I Jpoit from x s eoi"' ' - 2 l bli 1 and vhite plea ' ."'rts, Although the te-am had some tough luck " j l ,ir yeast n. the cheer- lea l'rs in ll 'X tl f fai ully thio K all the gainvs and led the sul ' ' the logal basketball fan.: Looks like Death at Dawn Keep chmbmg Carol youll get as high as Kay MODER D E Modern danclng was one of the sports taught to the girls in their intramurals and gym classes All seniors Juniors and sopho mores learred the meanings of the bodily movements The girls were required to make moods and songs Through all this practice they prepared themselves for the modern dance numbers which were included in the dance program later in the school year D1 ferent form of Modern Dance' up their own motions for many different DD l PORT HORT I ' Y no Us mlnifxe wrong Way' Hit the 1t'S mme! gn going Y you Ye NOW Hey be sure to hit the ball. W alch he Y Q Hgbey Guard that girl- I I-:GY Pqyl 5 SECOND ROW Mr Carl G Gcrken J Bermcke K Haase R Nye J Snyder L Bockelman R Bllss FIRST ROW H Blalr B Kresh D Land R Schnltkey J Bankey STANDINGS Nap Opp N p Opp Nap Opp Adr1an Bry an Llberty Cente1 Bry an Deflance Def1ance Deshler Montpeher Montpel1er Deflance Lrberty Center Bryan FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS J Wortman S Shartzer M Anderson J Stevens iocny.. The freshmen team under the coach mg of Mr Carl got off to a slow start at the beg1nn1ng of the season but showed much lmproxement throughout the last sex eral games They ended the1r regular season w1th 6 mms and 6 losses but after w1nn1ng oxex Defxance and Montpehcr 1n the tournament adx anced to the fmals Here they had some tough breaks and lost to Brvan but nexeltheless Came home vuth a runners up trophx v bl. .1 n n F - -h '. .' , KI - 6: Tx .A ' V' . . W - , tm N . A, Nr . 1, . ' f . A 4 nf 7 ' 1 . ' 9' V X 9 5 l f 1 gf . tl B 79 0 Q St 17 E K K 3 2 3 7 l ' - '39 ,H 'T 7? v ', 421.444 1, , X A v . lv, N b I 4. 5 H T L A g I 1 ' N L N . -W Q 1 I 4 K 79X , N f ' , '-'o V X 3 . Wauseon .......... 29 28. Wauseon .......... I 8 . Montpelier ........ 32 I 29 ' ' ............ 34 38 f ............ 23 45 ' ' .... 44 30 f ............ 26 38 ' .......... 23 25 ' .......... 27 21 35 ' ........27 36 ' .......,38 27 ' .......... 35 30 ' .... 31 30 ............ 16 43 'N' L' """ " "W "1' in "' ' K K '- , .. , mwkgmwdwweg Q , ' IZ-i-lnaull ii al if--Quin I -J JI' Liberty Center Wauseon Adrian Bryan SECOND ROW Mr Carl T Grant B Schnitkey L Teeple L Hoover J Detmer B Michaelis B Hagen FIRST ROW J Fetter J Green T Walker T Hagen B Gray D Travis J N estleroad STANDINGS Nap Opp Nap Opp Nap Opp Wauseon Bryan Defiance Montpelier JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS M Riggs M Mullens J Shartzer J Shartzer Defiance Montpelier Liberty Center Montpelier With some difficult opponents on the other end of the floor during the season our Jr High Kittens had trouble in finding the hoop Lightning struck twice as far as the sport series for the Jr High xx ent because in football as xx ell as basket ball the teams onlx brought home tvuo xictories in each of the sports. The greatest drain back of the team was that they lacked height. This weakness was forced into the open whenever they faced the opposing teams. Although this yearls scores were poor, the Jr. High has the spirit and ambition to make up for these setbacks next year. 59 ,-AJ .,--,-,.i,..a,,4. Lv 'i,v. - T..,-F ,MT T-,N-, l 5 . -. -T. 4- ---MT 4-.- ,L ri... v .A r.. ,. . , ...WL 4.1- . .--. 1 .. TT l.T,.l,,FL..,, Li ,.. .- .1 .T..i.............. . ,L H . .,...... . . ......-,.-. , A ....,-.-. -e...... -i -. .i -- ---v-- 1 - .-- . f- . 5' afgai' ' " ' ,-. --. .-.- . THIRD ROW: Mr. Carl, B. Reichert, G. Bankey, C Schroeder, J. Nestleroad, J. Fetter. F. Germann, L. Teeple, J. Detmer, T. Walker. H. Lowry, J. Leon- ard, L. Brubaker. SECOND ROW: J. Knepley. L. Hoover, R. Bliss, - ,LJ -,,..., . r ' -3.7-.M .,-.t .., I "T" ' rj' "I 'rwtvz L. Babcock, K. Haase, J. Bankey, R. Badenhop, L. Bockelman, R. Nye, J. Bernicke, B. Schnitkey, D. Land. FIRST ROW: B. Gray, J. Green, T. Hagen, R. Hunter, J. Swearingen, B. Blue, B. Brubaker, J. Detmer. FO0TBALL Nap. Opp. Wauseon . . .... 13 0 Defiance . . .. . 0 12 Montpelier .... .. T 0 Bowling Green .... 0 33 Swanton ...... . . . 0 6 Bryan . . . . 6 14 JUNIOR HIGH AND FRESHMAN The Junior High and Freshman football team, under the competent coaching of Mr. Carl. had little luck with this yea1"s season. Many things hindered their progress, but mostly their lack of experience. They played some difficult teams but managed to come home with two victories and high hopes for a better season next year. I ? wa. ., ,,,'.M,4.qv1.gt Ar tkl ,vi Eat Riff? -, VL .,'-g f xx,-'wan' '2.51:,,2+- 1. .. '. :nrt .V , .A .X s , y MXN S ff? T S , X ""' XM-. - 'W Amxxv' xx x V'-X' - . ivvkxvx ' X EXW-Xx X 44 v XX - .Xiu . IL, F XM-uw - ffP'U1T fmt 4 Eflzfjff. Ioffff. Avlis V ri Huh lffluxh 'Hum 'NXXMF,OGR?sPH1 J, Huy. R, 'YMMX ' "Y F. 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PaCelVROeSSin ATIO AL H0 011 0ClETY Jun1111 and SEIIIOI' students a1e s1l11t11l fo1 m1mb11sh1p s 11111 so11 x 111 t1xh1x11111h11l 1p11s1 b ed SCl1Ol1Sl1C r11o11l Thcn thu dll JL1ClgLCl on th1 h1s1s 1 1 11p ll 11111 a X111 I1111 to X11 11 th1s 1lubs p1n s1gn1 fung m1mb11sh1p ID thc 111 ganlzatwn STANDING 'VI B1ll1g, L Bockelm 111 S B1rn1ck1 KNEEI ING S R1fi11tx 'VI P110 COLLEGE The College Club IS composed of all semors xx ho are enrolled 1n Enghsh 12 The purpose of the group IS to prepare themselx es for college and to un de1stand th1 pllnllplll FOULIDCS of college l1f1 The group IT1Z1ClL a tour of Bovxlmg GTQLH Un1x1rs1tx used the fdCll1I1ES of the1r hbrary and heard s,p1akers from th1 representatwe colleges of Oh1o THIRD ROLL 'Vlr Johnson E Pannmg, R F11xtag M Meyer R Burns J R1tIer F L111lx1n L Bo1k1l1111n T Honeck L D11t111h SECOND ROVL M P1111 J Wortman J Ph1l11ps S Be1n11k1 M B1ll1g B Bunn J fXux1111n1ll11 S D1lx1nthal P Sha1p1 C, HUNLXNILR C Pu1hler FIRST ROLL VV Kon.41n J Hoy 'VI 'vand1nb1o1k K Precht R Hueter V W1tt1n bug M R11e L G1ubaugh L , to thi: h11 ' .'1"1t-' aft-' hg'1'1'-V11 'x"1'1- ,-v.,,' , i , ofl1a1l-1'sl'.Cl11'1'1' nd se1""1.ltist1'ulyz111 111r 1 . 1- 1 1- l :..'.",. , 1.1 1 3 1 5 K A I. TUDENT COUNCIL THIRD ROVX T Honeck N RfJLSlI'1b I., Bockel rn n R Blue 'NI 'Nlexer J Funehxon J 'Nlxers 'VIr John on SECONID ROV! L Gru baugh L Fruth R Dret IIC N Nlaltlnez Sehnltl-.ex E Gerken J Banl-tex FIRST ROKR S 61 nlexe C Puehler J Phxlhp B Bunn B Wat on 'NI .I 'Nloon J Au lllllllllel ALTLRNATES FIIIRD ROW J Coxtrlght K l'XIUl'JLI G Qonkey R Frextrg, SI' COND ROVN M Hunter C, J Thompson FIRST ROW R Harmon L Loulton 'VI Rlee OFFICERS Pres1dent Leroy Grubaugh V Pres1dent Larry Fruth Secretary Joan Austermlller Treasurer Lee Bockelman To promote the use of democracy m managmg the act1v1t1es prov1ded durlng the school xear was the purpose of organlzlng th1s group Memb rs conslst of students who are elected 1n the1r homerooms and the pres1dents of all orgamza t1ons wh1ch haxe been 1n exlstence for a m1n1mum of three wears Th1s year three clubs galned represen tatxon In the Student Counc1l They lnclude the N Club the Llbrary Club and the Sc1ence Club The Homecommg events were greatly enjoxed because through the efforts of th1s group the parade wlth the XSIIOUS floats was the largest m the h1sto1y of the school and the decoratlng commlttee com pletely transformed the gvmnas1um for the annual dance The annual Student Counc1l Carnlx al was xerx prof1table not only through the yar1ed entertam ment but f1nanc1ally as well At commencement thev gaxe a S100 scholarsh1p to one of the outstandlng sen1ors We, the student body are trulx grateful for all the actxxxtxes, great or small, wh1ch are prox 1ded by th1s Counc1l, for truly thev have attamed out stand1ng ach 1evements 65 a. . .-.- .. s , ' 7. - ' I. . . . Q" "'h. -I -"'1. R, 'i .B'- , . , I .,,,, ' '. ,.. A ' ,V I ,,v.2,- ,'I' 'Z . 1-,'. Vke-ndt. J. Stevens. L. Coleman. J .L' . . 1 , K i . . y V , . ll x ............ 7 I. . . 1 v . fx . v l M' """' ' L . . Y . . .. , , 7 . - . . X . V. 7 7 ' I v V I 7 J . ., 1 ' . X' 1. . . ,Y J . .Y v Y . Y v. .- Y . J 7 Y COMMERCIAL CLUB N-.f THIRD ROW Mr MCKelvey C Helberg C Plassman P Glllesple A Haas M Mohrlng J Bowles M Llddle A Lange I Stockman M Lange E Brell M Meyer V Wlttenberg D Young D Wachtman J Pannmg J Grant M Lange M McHenry SECOND ROW J Wortman S Rafferty S Land C Clark J Fruth FIRST ROW L Germann M Stevens G Zachllch L Shalt M Freytag J Dachen haus OFFICERS Presxdent Don Wachtman V Presldent Irene Stockman S cretary Carol Helberg Treasumer Memlyn McHenry iss The COYIIYTIQICIHI Club of Napoleon Htgh School xx as formed Ill the 1n terests of buslness admnnstlatlon 1n the Coulsc Anx student who has taken om wax of a busmcss subject md lb stlll enrolled 111 a DLISINLSS coutsc IS el1g1 ble IOI mtmbuslnp Th1s gloup h as bun xnxx suttcss ful 111 than attlxltlts :nd Lomplettd I plosptxous and Xklillllvllllt xt n u - 7 - . . ' . - . . , . e ' ............ " - 7 ., , . , , - ' . 4 ?' A l ' It J relationship to students enrolled in . 11 K' 1 x ' 1 ' L x I 4 s ' A ' ty' ' ' -if 1 ' I I '- , 1 x 3 .. ' E V ' , Lt. l , V , A. . . xl-- ,- i W . X, .'-.' . L I I A V L . X c J K 'c . DI TRIBUTIVE EDUCATIIIN AMERIC SECOND ROW B Rogers A Germann J Konzen W John son M Dans D Dletsch M Walker M Scarx D Baker M Badenhop J Gable FIRST ROW M G11me A Rlggs G Zachrlch L Shelt M Stevens L Kncplev N Nohl E M'ohr1ng J Brmk M Bab cock Mrs McFarland Our D1str1but1ve Educat1on Class IS aff1l1ated xuth the natlonal club and has set as 1tS outstand1ng purpose the develop ment of pI'OglQSS1XO respected and suc cessful leadersh1p 1n reta1l1ng Am student vtho 1S enrolled IH the xar1ous co operatne classes IS ent1tled to become a member of th1s organ1zat1on Among thelr proJects th1s vear were takmg charge of the concess1ons at a foot ball game thexr Chr1stmas pecan sale and a bake sale all of vxmch xx ere huge succes ses The members w1ll remember the con xent1on held at Boxxlmg Green last fall the tak1ng ox er for one dax of Housers Appl1ance Store 1n the xxmter and the annual Emploxer and Emploxee Banquet 1n the sprmg xuth gxeat enthus1asm and sat1sfact1on 67 OFFICERS Presldent Arthur Germann V Presldent Jackle Br1nk Treasurer B111 Rogers l t 0F Secretary .......... Marilyn Babcock E IOR GIRL E SEMBLE SECOND ROW M Bllllg S Bcxnlcke J Austermlller L Shelt S Rafferty J Pannxng, B Bunn FRONT ROW M MCHLDIV M P1cf.y S Delventhal M Meyer J Wortman C Puehler P Sharpe Because these four organlzatxons were composed muslcal opportu n1t1es are presented to all students IH Napoleon Hlgh School The purpose of these groups IS not just Slflglflg for entertamment but they also become more acquamted w1th good mus1c and 1tS background Through th1s medlum thev learn to express drfferent mterpetatlons and moods and fmally they learn to app1ec1ate the xarlous types of mus1c and the1r effects on SOCl6ty The student body was entertamed twlce durmg the year at assembly programs arranged by these groups MIXED CHOIR FIFTH ROW L Bockelman E Gerken J Bexnleke K Kurber J Rogers J Rltter L Bockelman N Baxr D Sclhozst E Pann1ng FOURTH ROW D Covurlck K Gunter L Fruth R Huetel D Wachtman V Wlttenberg T Honeck L Grubaugh T Shartzer V Wlttenberg L Bab cock R Bllss R Land THIRD ROW C Puehler C Hustvslck S Delventhal P Sharpe M Lange J Bockelman J WOIIIUJD M Snyder S Meyers C Land B Hagen L Short S Bockelman K Brown M1 Nofmgcl SECOND ROW C Wendt M Waltexs I Kent J Grant M Gessntr J Lofler J Pannlng B Bunn I Sattler M Honeek J Austermlller S Bermcke M Bllllg S Rafferty M Schxx1b L Shrlt FIRST ROW M MeHen1x M Pacew N Campbell J Thompson B Meyer M Hann A Hagen S Babcock S Land C Mann A Mlllel R Durham E Kruse B Fllbrlght J Tlacu S Shaltzer . .. 14 .i 4 . . . . . ,. , , , - Z I' . . ' I. . . - I - 1 , - I 1 . . N. . 1 , . , . , 1 . 1 . , . , , . , - s . , , , 1 r . , , ,.' , . . , . . , . . . . V . I ' I - . . . . , . , . . . , , . - . . . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . ' . .' 4, . . . ,. , , - y - . - , . . . . . . , , . . . X. . , .. .. , , . X . . 3 ' ' v v. , . , ,v. , . . . A. . U. . . . . . V , ' ' . .,, .. , . . . ,. . . BOY GLEE THIRD ROW T Honeck K Kuxber D Sflhorst J Rlttex L Boekelman 'NI Ban E Panrlnf., B Rasey SECOND ROW D Loxxuek J Rogers L Gxubaugh E Gexken J Bernleke V Wxttenberg, L Babeock T Shaxtzer R Bllss 'VI X lndenbxoek FIRST ROW J Knepley B 'VI1ller D Iind L Boekelrnan X Vhttenberg D Waehtman R Hueter L Fruth K Gunter G 'Vllllex N11 Naffmgex C Vwenelt Durlng January the Senlor Cnrls Ensemble xx as mxxt d to s1ng at the Sharon Inst1tute Later IH t e sprlng all of the groups part1c1pated 1n ex change concerts wlth Def1ance and Pettxsulle The annual sprxng concert was also held for the general pubhc All of these events were made possxble under the capable leadershlp of Mr Nafzmger our new dlrector who was an 1nsp1rat1on to these groups and helped them attam a xerx successful year Pacey S Rafferty C Puehler M B1111g J Wortman J Pannmg M McHenry C Plassman L Germann B Bunn FOURTH ROW A Rafferty M Honeek J Lefle1 A Hoff K Broun L Coleman C Ward J Fleagle N Puehler M Balton M Gessnex J Grant L Shelt S Ber nlcke J Austerm1ller THIRD ROW B Hagen S Land L Short B Behlens S Dye 'VI Moon P Blltz M Snyder J Tracy J Wortman J Thompson M Walters S Babcock S Bockel man SECOND ROW M Lange J Bockelmm I Kent N Campbell B Fzlbrlght D Gasser S Myers C Land B Meyer M Hann C S1ckm1l1ex I Sattler C 'Vlann C Wendt A Hagen FIRST ROW Mr Nafzlngel R Duxhan A M1ller E Kruse B Krum J Jackson P Ordway M Schwab J Handyslde M Hunter R Bost D Gallaghex M Ander son S Shartzer GIRL GLEE I . ' . . A ' . . as . . ' - ' . I, " - J 1. ' ' . . ' ' . . . . I ' . . I I ' 4. - '. ' I ' 1. I. 7 , . , A J 1 X. I ' ' ' V Q ' FIFTH ROW: J. Heitman, R. Riggs. 'P. Sharpe. S. Delventhal. C. Hustwick. M. -Vik' 9 PROJECTIO I T SECOND ROW P G1llGSp1C R Herman N Campbell B Walker R Dlckey J Panmng M McHenry G Ebcrly M Hunter Mr Svtearm gen FIRST ROW T Ory J Sxxcarmgen A Thlel D Covudrlck B Reese J Hoy The purpose of th1s club 1S to present more and better mov1es to the student body Members COHS1St of students who wlsh to run the move projectors durmg the1r free per1ods Then' ma1n project was to teach the new members the fundamentals of operatlng the machlnes and the techn1cal1t1es connected w1th the mach1nes The adm1n1strat1on selects these students to keep the halls cleared and to escort v1s1tors to the1r dest1nat1ons The student body and faculty ahke apprec1ate the SGTXICQ wh1ch these students so w1ll1ngly and freely g1VG SECOND ROW J Dachenhaus M Lange J G11bert S Lelfer P Ph1ll1ps J Pannmg J Wortman FIRST ROW A Hagen A Rafferty D Gasser S Buckmaster D Arps J Wortman H LL M0 ITOR 4 , 1.3 'EY 4 'g..,. - , 'x A I' , f L THIRD ROW Ix II mmk D Young, L1 Jllllllllp., J R41141 J Rlttcr D Sulhowt J Rddel R Dnku IIJFIIS K ISIOVNII S IdIJLOLIx M Honuk Mr IILL LI SL OND ROW K Kulbmr R II11u11n M Iilll 'I Iionuk M Bxlllg, S Bummk B Behrens S Bocknlmdn M S1 hwdb M P11141 M1 McFarland FIRST ROW D Lovxduck C Lluk L SliI'xIlIlIIlI S Land P Blxtz M Moon L Wandt B Wdlku C, Pumhlmx S Dya Mnmbublup ln thu dub IS Lomposcd of studcntb who hug taken 1 Iclbordtorv sucnu .md baxb 111111111 an applmatlon Thcy hdvm set .1s than goals to IHCILJSL thclr knowlndgm of sucmm to lL.1rn to pcrfc Lt thelr sk1lls 111 sucnu to gum sc rvlce 1n thur Lommumtx md 1111t1on md to und: rstdnd thc 1mpo1tCmu of bc1encL ID thur Ines Tha group bought dn IFC pxojc Lto1 to b usm ci m the sclcncc dcpartmc nts Thu pldrmc ci sf VQI 11 trlps vu nt to thc Sun nce Day program prcsentf cl It Bowlmg Cxllill Stdtg UNINLFSIIX .md cndcd thc vcar by sponbormg thy Spung Dfmu for thc studcnt bodx OI'I'ILI'I'S 'I'1r11 IIIFIII k 1 o1c B1 uit Ulu 1 IIj,,lI P1 'I' L ISUIQI 1111 m by if . , 1' l . f. 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I' I IIc1' 2lIl 5 , ' 1, 11 , f .I X A! - ' GERMA SECOND ROW D Wachtman R Huctnr K Pxccht R Freytag M Meyer F Gtr ken E Ohlrleh L Boekelman B Burns J Rogexs FIRST ROW B MCXCI J Panmng, A Hoff J Thompson MISS Stone I Sattler R Durham J Lefler Th1s club cons1sts of s1xteen members Thelr purpose IS to promote fr1endsh1p and to develop thelr knowledge of the background of German Thev presented proglams Wh1ch earned out thelr purpose Through IH dlvldual and group HCt1X1tV thex presented songs reports book rev1ews games and plax s They Jomed 1n the fCStlX1tlLS of Homecommg bv entermg a float ID the parade The1r outstandmg mutmg was a pot luck p1Cfl1C at the shelter house Ol' FICERS Prcslclr nt X PllSlC Q ut Secltt ux Tu ISUILI dxmn lLl1lCi N11 xt X1 1 Nl ux Hof! Joan Pllllllllg I intl Ltllll 'Xllss Stunt nf l - .. .y. 7 . V L 7 7 7 , 1 . N - . . 1 w - ...., .Mr " K . A ' 11' . '-qlfx ..,... in ' ,. . . ' x ll ....,. I. K, .,.. .,w . , ,',. Q, ............ .L . " X A . ..... ., .... . .. . OFFICERS Presldent V Presldent Secretal X Treasurer Advlsor FIFTH ROW J Relger K Kurber B Rlehlex T Oxx H Bxlloxx B Krylmg J Hoeffcl K Van Dyke D Selhorst R D1etr1ch L 'Vlexels R Schmtkex H Lovtxx R W1llf0ld FOURTH ROW R Joseph R Dlckey 'VI Honcck B Hagen C Plotts S Boekcl man S Land J Hc1tman R Harmon J Bcrnlcke E Gexken L Bockclman G Bush J Harrxson B Lemon THIRD ROW A Hoeffcl D Sllght C Sxekmlller B Walker B VX ltson S Lelfcr I Short J Gxlbert A Raffertx J Handwslde R Rxg, s C, Gum mn 'NI Pacex L Kmpp D Gasser P Phllhps SECOND ROVV N Bost C, Puehler J Wortmm IVI Bxlllg., C, Hustxuck B Bunn P Shalpe J Phllllps S Bermckc J Wortman J Tract C, Vkendt MJ Moon B FlllJllj,l'lt B Spencer S Shartzer J Stevens N Puchlcx M Snyder J Flaeg.,le C Ward L Coleman M Barton G Glore M Schwab M Lowly Harlan Bulow Sallx Bcrmcke Ann Hagen Beth F1lb11ght MISS Stone The arms of the Latm Club are pr1mar1lx to dexclop f11endsh1p and to ga1n knovt ledge about the backg1ound of thxs language The proglams of thc club consrsted of songs lepolts book ICXICXXS games and plaxs 1' " dcalmg xuth Roman c1x1l171t1on The membe1s pa1t1c1pated ln manx p1o jects Thu shared 1n placmg a float m the Homccommg Paladc gaxe a Thanksglxmg Basket to 1 needx famllx purchased books maps and plctuxes adopted a pm sponsmed SCXG1dl 1lte1 game dances and the move Quo Xachs and obsexxed Latm neck bx placmg dlsplaxs ln doxx ntoxxn vt lndoxxs and concluded the xea1 xxlth an ougmal Roman Banquet 1 I 1 - 1 . y , A - D 1 . 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I OFFICERS FIFTH ROW J Fruth S Bern1cke S Buckmaster C Hustwlck S Delven thal P Sharpe J Wortman M B1ll1g S Land S Babcock S Bockelman B Bunn J Ph1ll1ps M Meyer FOURTH ROW J Heltman B Behrens K Brown M Honeck B Hagen J Lefler A Hoff B Meyer M Hann I Sattler M Pacey J Thompson M Walters THIRD ROW J Austerm1Iler I Dachenhaus C Mann B Walker P Ph1lllpS C Mann J Bowles S Myers C Land A Hagen L Short C Puehler M McHenry A R1ggS SECOND ROW A Arps C Plotts S Le1fer B Watson M Mohr1ng M Lange M Llddle P Glllesple J Mullett J Gllbert J HaDdyS1d9 S Dye M Bab cock J Brmk FIRST ROW M Shght C Sxckmlller M Se1p1e M Lowry R R1ggS J Bockelman P Ordway M Hunter J Jackson B Krum J Dachenhaus M Freytag E Freytag Presldent Sally Bernlcke V Pres1dent Sharon Babcock Secretary Peggv Jo Ph1ll1ps Treasurer Margaret Pacey Soclal Chalrman Kay Brown Servlce IS the maln theme of the Y Teen Club Through the1r adv1sor Mrs Frost the club emoy ed a X erx successful xear To start the ball xollmg the Y Teens vxon f1rst place Wlth thelr Homecommg float Thex also managed the coma ssron stand at a football game sold mums and sponsored dances Agam thu prr scnted the t1 ICIIIIOIIEII EHSIOI ploglam and Lndcci the xc 11 xuth thelr lrnpresslxc lnductlon SLIXICC of the new membcxs and 0ff1CC1S follovx ed by a tea fox then mothcls 74 . . 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THIRD ROW R Velgel L Wachtman R Dickey J Rlttcr T Orx L Sw1ck J MYQIS R Carter R Thlelman J Cortrlght Mx Hetklcr SECOND ROW J Rogers W Nxcbel R Steele K Van Dyke G Jennmgs D Young FIRST ROW K Honeck B Rlchlex NI Rocssmg H Blllow E Buck master J Hox To create maxntam and extend throughout the home school and communlty h1gh standards of Chr1st1an character IS the motto of the H1 Y Club They have lned up to these standards by furmshmg two rooms of the new hosp1tal and sendmg cards to the patlents They were represented 1n the Homecomlng Parade with a float Thex sponsored sex eral after game dances and prox 1ded xauctx ln then proglam by IDX 1t1ng able speakers All boys mtercstcd IH thls club max Jom at the begmnmg of then' Sophomore year OFFICERS Presldent Norman Roesslng V P1QS1ClCllt Ea1lBuckmaster Secretarx Robert Joseph Treasuru James Hox Sergt at Arms Jack Rltter - ' s ' '- If A , v ' ,. '. , ', , ' . ', . , , .. , . .. . . . . . . . . ' ' I f I I ll, 1 v I s ' y , . . I . '. . 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V .. . . . ,. . - - ' ' - ' 1 FUTURE FARMER AMERIC Q3.i!'.Z.'w!2!Q3'2'Z'2'!'!:'t2M XIQQ' FOURTH ROW J Huddle J Palmer THIRD ROW L Hatcher R Vlrgel N Stuldcvant W Nlcbcl R Carter J Funchlon L Boulton G Jcnnxngs N Hcfflmgcl SECOND ROW G Gable D Pannmg H Mexer D Norden C M1chael1s K Hall H Funch1on FIRST ROW L D1etr1ch N Blar G Crawford J Ashenfelter G Bressler B Donnett J Bankev Mr Dunham The development of agmcultural leadersh1p lS the purpose of the Napoleon H1gh School Chapter of the Future Farmers of Amerlca Throughout the year th1S organ1zat1on worked on d1fferent projects and through the1r efforts they reached the h1ghest standards of the1r a1ms Membershlp 1n thls club 1S el1g1ble to all students who are enrolled 1n the Agrlcultural Course The1r greatest ach1ex ements are presented before the student body on R9COgn1t10D Day when 1nd1x1dual membexs recelxe honors and awards for the1r efforts 1n makmg the year a prosperous one Ol' I' ICERS PlLS1ClLlll V P1LSlCltlll Sturt ll x TILQSUILI Rcpoxtu gl ntmcl Jlfll I' unchum laxxunu Boulton J IX Huddlr Ltonald H3lCllL1 Bob Caxtcx Kcnnx Hall v v. 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FUTURE H0 E AKER MER SECOND ROVK J Daehen haus 'NI XVHIILI H Bankex J 'Nlullett A R1 gs D Baker C Plassman C Helberg 'NI Sexens 'VI Ge T11 S af x S Delmer I Kent Zellers -X I ID e I Stoekman FIRST ROW Nlohl Kneplu 'Nl G11111e C 1Ck m cr M Ilmn A 'Vhller E K usz 'NI s Flf t SECOND ROVN 'VI QLIIIOLCIKI' J Shu111.,1k11 J 7aeh11eh J Xmos 'VI wdflllllflf., P Rhoda TVI Hart A Amo L Von Dex rn E Flanf 'VI Lange Bergsted R Brcll C IVICXQI C Hess C Voeke R Hurst 'VI 'Nlueller FIRST ROW I Daehenhaus S XNdItQIS S Xvdlfl C Mann B Teeole D Gallagher M ht L IIIIS J Mexer Spenee1 E B1ell OFFICERS P1es1dent V Pre sldent Treasul LI News Rel o1te1 H1StOI lan Parllmentarlan I O I 11 Do1othx Baker Joan Zaehrlch C1101 Helberg Norma Nohl lVIa1g11et Walters lVI1ld1ed lVIoh11ng n-. Better hung todax for a greater to morloxx X1 as the motto eh :sen bx our h1gh school chapter of the FLIIUIC HOmemake1s of Amellea Then alms were to p111molc appleelltlon md sat1sfaet1on ol homemakmg fu1the1 the ls: e11a1on1 o clue o e1c1t1xe ICHCIQISIIIID md xxholesome 1ee1ea t1o11 '1ndtofu1the1 thc 11111 1est 111 Home Eeo nom1es Thu competed the HODHQCVJIITIITQ PCIIHCIC 111th a flo1t sent a Chustmas pack age and held a bake sale s p1o1eets Thex XQIIICCI the11 pIOgI3I'llS hx h1x111g a 'X alentme Pa1tx 111th the FFA IS IITCII guests Thu had an Aplll Fools Seaxcngu Hunt and concluded then xefus e1et111t1es Vklth the1r annual and 1mp1ess1xe FOIITIGI In1t1at1o11 of new off1ce1s and I'llCITlb61S Y. Asset .R-, fertj. . - 1. . 1 .J. ff1.'.,i - . , , 1 1 .-L. fi if ll 5 g g, .5 A 11 - , I. s - - J ill-. . 1 . .1 1. . Us ' .".. l'.A, 'F. I ' J, M, 4 A Y 1, ' , 1 s. , -3- 1 4 11. , 1' f D. I A JA 7. 1 7, 1- ,- sug 11.1 . B. ls 1 .... u . 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NI Andcrson 'Nlcllcnrx J Glbut Rafferty INIISS Hobnnsack C Wendt C Land B Hagen J Ph1ll1ps S Bcxmcke S Bock elman B Bunn FIRST ROVS S SIIZIIIZLI C Good A Ilagcn S Babcock M Mohung, OFFICERS P1es1dent Beverly Bunn V Pres1dent Sh1rlex Bockelman Secretarx Collette Wendt Treasure1 Ann Hagen 1111- mme FOURTH ROW J Zachrlch I Kent R Durham J Lefler A Hoff J Fruth M B1111g J Wortman M Meyer L Germann J Auster m11ler S Bern1cke J Shumaker THIRD ROW E Kruse C Clark S Detmer A Mlllel L Short S Rafferty C Puehler M McHenry J Thompson J Ph1ll1ps L Shelt G Zachrlch S Ward SECOND ROW M Babcock J Br1nk A Hagen S Dxe N Campbell M Pacey B Hagen B Behrens K Brown B Meyer C Wendt S Myers C Land P Ph1ll1ps FIRST ROW S Bockelman B Bunn S Babcock S Land J Helt man P Sharpe M Honeck S Delxenthal C HUStWlCk M Hunter B Walker C Mann C Mann S Buckmaster Membe1sh1p 1n the GIIIS Athlet1c Asso c1at1on IS open to all lllgll school g1rls part1c1 patmg IH spo1ts 111d tumblmg 11111 some oi the mam 1ntc1 ests of the g1oup The hugh hqhts 111 the xt ll 11111 the All Il 1 ex Q1 tha XIIIIU 11 Da P1c11g1 IDI 111d Pl1x Nlglll 11l11ch 1llLlUllLCl thc All St 11 B1sk11b1ll Gamn Q Xll ta1 s chosr 1 bx J111ct 'XI1ss H11b111s1L 111 b sls sp 1 J 111 s IL Jllllg, 11cs tha 1 1111 the b1s1s ol 1 po111t sx st Il 78 O O O - q ,1f7, 2 .12 . .. 4 L 1' I 1 1 1 L X v M. .- - Aj Y. . ,. . ,, . - 1 I: -. A , . . , , . , . , . . . . . . , . , . - C . I Q I . Hockey. volleyball. ClZIl'lClIlg. basketball. E ' 1 , . , . ' . ' ' 1 .- 3 'K - 'R , ' I . ,L . . I . X X A - Sta ' Y1 ll yball '11111e. 1 11 a 'nce . - 2 1 if ' 1 1 " 1. T111 .1 S ' 11111111 are 1 .' 11 N' the cal' 1 illlll the 21ClX'lSHl'. 1 ' .'.' 1 .1 'k 1 the L1 ."1' of 1 o1's111L111sl1i1 1 cl .'k1ll. I11 tl 1 SI 1' 1. awe 'lg li1'l' given 1 grls 1 1 .".' ' 1 ' CI . THIRD ROW Mr Mossmg M Walker B Ne1bel M Martlnez R Dlckey R Herman P Travls SECOND ROW L Grubaugh L Fruth B Carter M Meyer D Young FIRST ROW T Honcck T Shartzer L Bockelman M R1ce N Hefflmger E Buckmaster O Welrauch The Varslty N Club IS composed of anyone who has earned a varslty N award 1n one of the three maJor sports football basketball and track These members haxe set up as tl'e1r alms to promote good sportsmanshlp and good c1t1zensh1p w1th1n the school as well as mterscholastlcally and to promote mterest 1n all xarslty compet1t1on The programs that are sold at football and basketball games are spon sored bv th1s club They also sponsored the Round Robm and helped 1n purchas1ng the whlrl pool bath One of the1r project lS the annual Scholar sh1p wh1ch 15 presented to the outstandmg athlete They presented the second annual Senlor Faculty Game 1n March Th1S proved to be h1lar1ous entertamment and the outstandmg program of the year Ol' FICERS Pres1dent Lerov Grubaugh Y Pres1dent Lee Bockelman Secletarx T1casure1 M1ke Walker 19 f - w f v ' 1 - - - - . , . . . , 1 , ,, . . , . . . 1 . . . . - ,- f 1 ' - - v - . - v - V - , f- 1 . . 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' ...l G, S-r HD ROW J 'Xhiwll L Bc 1111111 D Selhcust J Rog,erQ Mr XX t11t1f1111b ONTD ROW X R ffn t B 'Wall C1 C CY111111111 J I'1t1f.Tl1iIl L Kmpp 1 1 X I If L ST POW I XIII cf R R1 2 J Buckc11111n 'NT Lange M Mohrmg '11111x P The purpose of the nexxlx foxmcd Art Club xx IS to bllllg students to gethel s0c1'111x to aequamt them xuth nach othex and to glxe them oppm tL1D1t1 s to d1scuQs and leam about the dlffelent txp s of v ork m art The d1sp1axs teex produced and Uchlblted Ht V1S1t3t1OH Nlght and the xerx eheexful Chustmw mcncs thu erected WOIC the outstmdmg pxoucts of thc Xear OI- FICP R9 PILSILICN1 P 1x1c111 1111 ll GIIX ROQKIQ Lu BoQk11111m J X 1 d11d'Xwl11 LIBR RY ASSIS T SECOND ROW P Ph11l1ps A Hagen S Bermcke Mrs Nestleroad M B1111g C Clark S Rafferty I Sattler L Short A Hoff B Hagen K Brown M Honeck C Plotts B Walker P Blltz M Showman J Jackson A Hoeffel M Hunter FIRST ROW M McHenry M Mohrmg M Pacey S Land B Behrens C Puehler C Wendt M Moon C Land J Wortman J Austermrller The purpose of the orgamzatlon 1S to help students become more fam111ar Wlth the hbrary and 1ts functrons To be ellglble to Jom th1s group the student must be ln the sophomore class have a B average and be w1ll1ng to work m the school llbrary once a week Under the d1rect1on of Mrs Nestleroad the advusor the club collected sales tax stamps and sponsored a bake sale to buy f1ct1on books for the school l1brarv At Chrlstmas and Easter the group sent flowers to patlents 1n the hospltal and had sex eral excellent speakers on varxous occas1ons Through the efforts of th1s club ex erv student and faculty member of Napoleon Hrgh School has been served 1n some way OFFICERS Pres1dent Carolvn Puehler V Presldent Barbara Behrens Secretarx MarJor1e B1ll1g Treasurer Joan Austermlller - ' y - y - , , , . , . v - 1 - - - 1 - v - y - Y . , . n . v ' v - y - , - , . . . . , , , . , . , . , . , - 1 - v - 1 - u - . 1 v - v 1 . . 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FIFTH ROW V W1ttenberg E Gerken W Rogers J R1tter N Roessmg R D1ckey G Jennmgs B Rlchley W Stohl B Reese S Bockelman M Honeck FOURTH ROW I Sattler C Land 'VI Lovxrs C Mann S Bush J Bermcke J Hoy J PhllllpS S Bernlckc K Broun C Ward A R1ggS J Mullett J Thompson THIRD ROW Mr Lombard1 M Parry M Vandcnbxock M Crossland D A1ps M Lange C WGIKCTS J Shaffer K Taylor B Spencer M Anderson J Stevens J Wortman M Hoy SECOND ROW M Bllllg J Lefler G 'VI1ller C De1r1nger R Rausch P Schroeder K Fahrmger J Shartzer FIRST ROW D Gasser R Walker J Walker G Short J Svwearmgen C Knxpp M Schwab J Hoy M Snyder J Bockelrnan S Myers S H8ndySld6 J Gratz L Yackee J Gratz B Freytag C Dachenhaus The pr1de and trad1t1on of our school th1s IS the Napoleon H1gh School Band It well deserves pra1se for the hard work and co operat1on wh1ch IS put 1nto the format1ons enjoyable concerts and the everlast1ng good muslc The band room the football stands and the cheer1ng crowds the concert aud1ences and the summer parades are all phases of 1tS bene f1C13l work Th1s champ1onsh1p band of f1ne mus1c1ans IS lndeed grateful to M1ke who IS as much trad1t1on or more than the band 1tself For only through such a pat1ent and understand1ng d1rector could such a band be developed Countless numbers of words are needed to descr1be that certa1n feehng wh1ch cannot be grasped or even expla1ned when the band marches down the street The rythrn1c drum step along Wlth the snappy march mus1c causes all to XIGW and l1sten to the band w1th the honor and attentlon due It Th1s organ1zat1on has truly accornphshed the goal of 1nst1ll1ng 1n all the apprec1at1on of good mus1c . s - Q v 1 V B V V . - 1 - A Q - . 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K. an ' Q. , 'izx--.-, , 4, 1. .lg 1 Wg' '7 1 1 'C : 91' 7 - I , Af I ,f IND TRIAL ARTS CL B FOURTH ROW Mr Frost L Fredrlcks D Rlebesehl P Radcl J Konzen E Schultz J Snyder Mr Borror THIRD ROW W Strohl M Gebexs R Land K Gunter R M1lle1 D Steele R Yocom J Gallagher E Haas SECOND ROW J McCollex D Yarnell E Kahrs J Huddle J Palmer E Watkms C Eberly C D1lle R TFHVIS FIRST ROW G Conkev E Buckmaster R Plassman L Lanzer R Thlel R Herman R Steele D Barnes Although It IS only 1n IIS second Vear of act1v1t1es thls Club has been very progress1ve Th1s group was orgamzed to promote fr1endsh1p among the members to further the studv of the xar1ous phases of the Industrlal Arts Depart ment and to work on projects Thls organlzatxon bought equ1pment for the Industrlal Arts Department They Went on several fleld trlps to the Aro Companx ln Brx an and to the Studebaker Dlx 1s1on 1n South Bend Ind1ana The1r float placed second 1n the Homecommg Parade and throughout the year thex held programs that were of lnterest to the members Plesldcnt Dale Dutsrh PHSICCII 1111111 D1x1s lv 1-X Suctux nlms 1 44.1 'I' ISLIILI R umm nd Pl ISSID in Sugt at Arms Powell Radcl 1 ' 7 r- ' ' - ' ' - x v ' y . 7. a. . , . l 7 7 - OFFICERS Q I X ....,,..,.,. 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'zfld GIA mme S 'ff .P gopho 'Q' P fgke P 100 I .,' e nv' IVR, mc JUUIUI Cllss Plxx Yrung Mans l' mu lttc n by 1 l was p mscntcd 1n the llxph Sthool Thulschwell and Allxtd Co den 19 1 ALlCllllJ11UUl Noxcmbu lm and lb U medx xx as xux xxcll handled bx thc Juniors and thc x g, nc 1 x tlon of lVI1 U11 Thr co commendable pclfolm mu under thc xcry lblr dnec Harold Greenley Sy1V1a WIISOH Pearl VlCk1e Ann Nurse Spree Dorothy Bennett Duv1e Q Gr1lly X J okey Stephen Buddy Helen Greenley DlCk16 Crandall Ol1ver Crandall Mrs Mary Crandall Falth Mlss Weatherhead Boy Camper Camp Tr1lby Boy 90 Ronnle Dachenhaus LaVonne Short Ann Mary Hoff Sharon Babcock Joyce Thompson Sue Dye Carole Clark Mlldred Mohrmg Ann Hagen Barbara Meyer Shrrley Land Robert Carter Charles Kolbe Don Bost Robert Joseph Jerry Rogers Larry Fruth Kleth Kurber Guy Conkey Barbara Behrens Mary Honeck h d D1ckey Rlchard Travms Rlc ar Joe Rleger Jack Myers Barbara Hagen Shxrley Walters Carolyn S1ckm1ller Pat G1llesp1e Sh le Bockelman Kav Brown xr y Charles Dllle Eugene Stevens H rman Robert M1ller Robert e Q YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH Y0 The Senior Class Play You Can t Take It Wlth You written by Moss Hart and George S Kaufman was presented April 24 and 25 in the High School Auditorium under the direction of Mr Robert Rob inson The play 1S the story of the Sycamores who at first seem extravagantly mad but it IS not long be for we realize that if they are mad the rest of the world is madder In contrast to these delightful people are the unhappy Kirbys The plot shows how Tony attractive young son of the K1FbyS falls in love with Alice Sycamore and brings his parents to dine at the Sycamore home on the wrong evening The shock sustained by the Kirbys who are invited to eat cheap del1catessen food shows Alice that mar riage wlth Tony is out of the question as many oddities as the Sycamores evolves a recon c1l1at1on between both faIH1l18S and especially be tween Tony and Alice And of course since dinner is cooked by a Grand Duchess who caters to the society whims of the Kirbys adds to happiness at the final curtain The play was extremely amusing because of the strange activities of certain members of the house hold engaged in the manufacture of fireworks the printing press set up in the parlor writing of plays ballet dancing Rheba the maid and her friend Don ald and Grandpas 1nterv1ew with the income tax collector when he tells him he doesn t believe in in come tax xg -1' K' f' 5... 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Y 95 LA T WILL AND TE TAME T Joan Austerm1ller do w1ll and bequeath Mar1lyn Babcock do w1ll and bequeath Mary Badenhop do w1ll and bequeath Dorothy Baker do w1ll and bequeath Helen Bankey do w1ll and bequeath Delmar Barnes do w1ll and bequeath Walter Behnfeldt do w1ll and bequeath dltch h1s Confederate one now Sally Bernlcke do w1ll and bequeath so long to Shxrley Land Marge B1ll1g do w1ll and bequeath my Lee Bockelman do w1ll and bequeath my love for the Detro1t Tlgers to Mr Johnson my dxmples to Ann Hoeffel my fllrty brown eyes to Pat Bl1tz my sense of respons1b1l1ty to Ralph 'Hegel my fr1endl1ness to Joan Wortman my bowhng ab1l1ty to B111 Daum my army cap to Kleth Kurber maybe he can my ab1l1ty to go steady Wlth one person or mus1c ab1l1ty to Guy Conkey my leftover bralns to Larry Meyers Lawrence Boulton do w1ll and bequeath my farm1ng ab1l1ty to Jack Cortr1ght J3Ck16 Br1nk do w1ll and bequeath my cheerleader outf1t to Barbara Hagen Bob Bruns do w1ll and bequeath my quletness to Roberta Durham Earl Buckmaster do w1ll and bequeath my left over study halls to Kay Brown Bev Bunn do w1ll and bequeath my Pepsodent sm1le to Alma M1ller Jolaln Dachenhaus do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to bake cherry ples to Mr Br1ll hart Maurlce Dav1s do w1ll and bequeath my patlence to D1ck Land Sue Delventhal do w1ll and bequeath my dancmg ab1l1ty to Vernon Wlttenberg Lynn D1etr1ch do w1ll and bequeath my w1ld ldeas to John Harr1son Dale Dletsch do w1ll and bequeath my handsome features to Chuck Kolbe Mar1lyn Freytag do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to play boys basketball to next years team D1ck Freytag do w1ll and bequeath my courteousness to Carol Land Harold Funch1on do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to w1n g1rl frlends to Ron Thxelman J1m Funchlon do w1ll and bequeath my cooperatrveness 1n football to B111 N1ebel Janet Gable do w1ll and bequeath my sunny d1spos1t1on to Ruth Hurst Fred Gerken do w1ll and bequeath my sleeplness to LaVonne Short Art Germann do w1ll and bequeath my Job at Krogers to Kenny Haase Launxta Germann do w1ll and bequeath my worn out founta1n pen to Ilene Sattler Mar1lyn Gessner do w1ll and bequeath my ldle chatter to Mane Elhng Jean Grant do w1ll and bequeath my flare for drawmg to Carol Clark Marge Grlme do w1ll and bequeath my weddmg r1ng to no one Ill keep It myself Leroy Grubaugh do w1ll and bequeath my hkable ways to Larry SWICK Leonard Hatcher do w1ll and bequeath the red pa1nt on my car to the f1re department Kathleen Hefflmger do w1ll and bequeath my love of flashy Jewelry to Joyce Thomp son Nell Heffllnger do w1ll and bequeath my muscles to Ray Plassman Carol Helberg do w1ll and bequeath my neatness to Charlene Cortr1ght Tom Honeck do w1ll and bequeath my rhapsodlc trombone talent to Bart Rlchley tMay he blast 1n peaceb J1m Hoy do w1ll and bequeath my forgetfulness to Leona VonDeylon Jay Huddle do w1ll and bequeath my lnherltance of corny Jokes to B111 Krylmg D1ck Hueter do w1ll and bequeath my youngness to all freshman QYou ll get o someday J Carolyn Hustwlck do w1ll and bequeath my scatter bralns to any sophomore who can f1nd them George Jennmgs do w1ll and bequeath my knowledge about model a1rplanes to Bob Carter Walter Johnson do w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to lmpersonate S1d Caesar to e future speech students 1 ' - , . , . , v . , . , . s 9 , f , . , - v , . , . , . , - a , . 1 ' - , . , . , . , . . . . . , , . v , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . . , , , . . , . g . , - , . , . , . , . y . ' ' Y , f . ld 1 1 , th Luclene Kneply do w1ll and bequeath my favorlte pastlme staymg home at nlght to Marge Hart Lo1s Knlpp do w1ll and bequeath my quletness to Betty Watson Jerry Konzen do w1ll and bequeath my beautlful blue eyes to Rlta Rlggs Walter Kozen do w1ll and bequeath my wavy ha1r to Jack Myers Anna Lange do w1ll and bequeath my br1ll1ant bookkeeplng to Marlene Muehler Margaret Lange do w1ll and bequeath my agreeable manner to Pete Travls Lavern Lanzer do w1ll and bequeath my blcycle to Clara Plotts Merllyn McHenry do w1ll and bequeath my short stature to Juh Hextman Maman Meyer do w1ll and bequeath my shy grln to Barb Behrens Moe Meyer do w1ll and bequeath my easy gomg manner to Lee Watchman Esther Mohr1ng do w1ll and bequeath my common sense to Barbara Walker Norma Nohl do w1ll and bequeath my argyles to M1ss Stone Erx ID Ohllrch do w1ll and bequeath my mathematlcal ab111ty to Maggle Walters Margaret Pacey do w1ll and bequeath my bubblmg personallty to Sonny Babcock Jerry Palmer do w1ll and bequeath my powerful 1941 Chevle to Earl Shasteen so he can drag h1s mop and shove the klds out of the hall at noon Eldor Pannlng do w1ll and bequeath my xndlfference to Terry Ory Joan Panmng do w1ll and bequeath mv seat ln German II to the only boy 1n German I Jerry Rogers Jarl Ph1ll1ps do w1ll and bequeath my queenllness to Judlth Fruth Clarabell Plassman do w1ll and bequeath my begu1l1ng blush to Ehzabeth Brell Ray Polker do Wlll and bequeath my mechanlcal ablllty to Joe Rleger Kenny Precht do w1ll and bequeath my studlous nature to Marlene Anderson Carolyn Puehler do w1ll and bequeath my sarcasm to Mr Heckler Powell Radel do w1ll and bequeath my love for arguments to Sharon Babcock Sally Rafferty do w1ll and bequeath my grade cards to Ronn1e Dachenhaus Arlene R1ggS do w1ll and bequeath my Grelton boy fr1end to Mar1lyn Fahr1nger Jack R1tter do w1ll and bequeath my vocabulary to Dennls COWdI'1Ck Norm ROQSSIHQ do w1ll and bequeath my future forelgn sports car to Mr Lenhart B111 Rogers do w1ll and bequeath my devlllsh ways to Eugene Gerken Mel Scarr do w1ll and bequeath my nxckname Oscar to whomever wants xt Pat Sharpe do w1ll and bequeath my persuaslve ab1l1ty to Joe Rleger Tom Shartzer do w1ll and bequeath my sportsmansh1p to J1m Bermcke Lynette Shelt do w1ll and bequeath my fan mall to Collette Wendt Mar1lyn Stevens do w1ll and beqeuath my l1k1ng for buslness law to Barbara Scheele QHopes she gets more out of It than I d1d J Irene Stockman do w1ll and bequeath my typmg ab1l1ty to the senlor Enghsh classes who wrlte term papers Ramsey Th1el do w1ll and bequeath my flat feet to Larry Fruth Mlke Vandenbroek do w1ll and bequeath my car to the armed SBFVICQS CLong llve the tank corps D Don Watchman do vtlll and bequeath my small bu1ld to D1Ck Blue Mxke Walker do w1ll and bequeath my determlnatxon to Terry Walker Orvllle Welrauch do w1ll and bequeath my generoslty and conslderatlon to Mary Honeck Gladys Wllleman do w1ll and bequeath my cookmg ab1l1ty to Edward Kahrs V1rg11 Wlttenberg do w1ll and bequeath my worn out band shoes to Janet Stevens Jan1ce Wortman do w1ll and bequeath my vo1ce to Peggy Ph11l1ps Dal Young do w1ll and bequeath my Ford convert1b1e to ROHD16 Harmon Gerrnalne Zachr1ch do w1ll and bequeath my sports ab111ty to Joan Zachr1ch WIIHGSSSS Mr Cuff Mr McKelvey , , . . . 1 . . , . , . , . , . , . y I 9 , 7 . V . . , . , . . y . , . 7 , . , V , . . . . , . . . , . , . , . Y ' ' , . 7 . I ' Mel Rice, do will and bequeath my parklng t1ckets to Sluggo Billow. , . , . 5 ' ' . , ' - ' Ll 73 . Y I ' , . , . , . . 1 7 , . , . 7. , . , . , . 7 , . , . , . , V . , . WE G0 FORWARD Looklng back our footpr1nts grow smaller and smaller but each step has made a deflnlte and lastmg 1mpress1on 1n our mmds and hearts We assembled as a large group of gay and ambltlous students but as each year came to a close our number has dwlndled and only the 1ndus tr1ous and determmed stayed wlth us Throughout our career as the Class of 52 we as a body as groups and as 1nd1v1duals have accompllshed many goals and courageously have set h1gher axms Now we are at a cross road Each one s destmy 1S leadlng 1n a dlfferent dlrectlon but each 1nd1v1dual on the basls of h1s past educat1on guldance and experxences wxll select the road that w1ll lead hlm to fulf1ll1ng h1s dreams and purposes As we assemble together as a class for the last txme we w11l stand staunch and bold hftmg our heads hlgh ready to go forward but always rernembermg M Pacey ALMA MATER On the banks of Maumee s waters Falr and staunch and bold Stands our noble Alma Mater G1or1ous to be hold L1ft the chorus speed It onward Let us ere be true Hall to thee Napoleon Hxgh School Hall the whlte and blue We shall here forget thy precepts Standlng for thy rlght Thou shall be our 1nsp1rat1on Lead us bN thy l1ght L1ft the chorus speed It onvx ard Let us ere be true Hall to thee Napoleon Hlgh School Hall the W'l'lltC and blue t ,Al '- . . . . 'i , . I ' .ll . 11' Y . - . v- - 4 , , , y ' - Y.. l 7 . Y ! A 7 ' 9 . . 7 l . Q .. ,n .- . V.. -5 - V nf' I - A la ' V ' 3 l i 1 4' CARL F RAUSCH AND SONS Roofzng and Sheetmetal 547 W Maumee Napoleon Oh1o Ice Cream IDLE HOUR Food REICHERTS I EWELRY STORE HAGEN AND SON F' me Iewelry G1 f ts F 1ne Furnrture THE THIESEN HILDRED CO . Lumber Glass CITIES Buxlders Supply Napoleon Oh1o HOME OIL CO Marketers BILLIG MOTOR SALES Cadzllcxc Oldsmobzle Gas O11s Fuel O11 T1res Batterles Sales and Servzce I ,-f ! I - ' -i-- -----I 1 N :I 1 Gb X I . ,lg 1 ' fw V X1 L Q- l 100 GOTTSCHALK SHOE STORE SANDLER of Boston COMMUNITY BANK Come and Bank Wzth Us It pays to trade at HOY S Shoes CIoth1ng WARNKE INSURANCE NAPOLEON GRAIN AND STOCK CO A Frzendly SGIVICG Napoleon Oh1o AUGENSTEIN AND HOEFFEL CHUBBS BAKERY FARM BUREAU For Your Farm Needs 101 ' ' "C1othes for Dad and Lad" MQATHFIN A-J' Austermlller and Lucas 02 Harper Supply Inc 'ix i Huh Marathon Statxon The Napoleon Independent Retaxl Grocers Assoclatlon Meet Your Frzends TED S RESTAURANT C I RAMUS 710 N Perry St Napoleon Oh1o APPLIANCES TELEX ISION TIPES AL TO PARTS ACCESSORIES RECAPPINIG VULCANIZING EQUIPMENT COMPANY Author1zed dealer for Sm1th Corona Typewrlters Art metal desks and flles Snnth Corona Royal Rernlngton portables L S DUNBAR Packard Internahonal Trucks Wm FETTER 6. SONS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 132 W Washmgton S G HOEFFEL Insurance BILL TRAVIS C A S H Moron SALES INC QUALITY Phone 6881 Napoleon, Oh1o l03 at A . y A. BEHNKE OFFICE C. . Sz . ' t. 'Eff BAUMAN STOCK YARD FUNKHOUSER MOTOR CO. Dodge Plymouth IO4 Dodge Trucks NAPOLEON EGG AUCTION F. R. FARRISON INSURANCE V I E3 51 EI EI TH 1 'f ,Sa 21251 I SER CHEN RDLET CU mr ' Q TQ I' I - SUHR'S SNYDER CHEVROLET CO FINE SHOFS FOR THE FAMILY BUD BAKER SINCLAIR SERVICE DAYS OH' CCMPANY STATION PATRONS PATRONS A NAPOLEON HARDWARE I W HP P S k I Ret d Glenn Spexser S N p Z D IJ N Phone 7821 Napoleon Ohlo S 10 105 I Robert Peper tt'y of Law Ape a a er hop Warren Yackee Insurance Dea 's Solzio Sta ion Hickman Insurance Williamson 81 Funkhous ier's Insurance ' Gerry's Beauty hop Shon ell Jewelry Frutlzs Locker 81 Dairy a o eon ai 1 ews K , ' Jackson Service ta i n 06 Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oc Oc Oc Oct Oc c Oc Oct Oct Oc Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan an Jan REMEMBER WHE 4 And once agaln the prrson gates open xude School' 7 Round Robm at Napoleon Nlce work fellas 14-F1rst football game Wlth Sx lx ama We got off to a beautlful start 14 13 21 Another game another wln Montpeller defeated 26 20 27 Flrst assembly program Oh those trampol1ne stars 27 N H S students stop trafflc wlth a snake dance a huge success 8 Game wlth Deflance Nlce go1ng team 33 0 Band Festrxal at Defrance Our band scored thls t1me Slipped up at Perrysburg 6 9 Alas ltS Homecomlng Parade at 2 30 game wlth Lxberty Center at 8 00 w1th the Cats takmg another Retallers travel to Bowlmg Green for conxentlon Football game Wlth Bee Gee At l ast we trled hard Our f1rst death blow Grade cards' V' NWO Teachers Meetlng Students overjoyed Teachers re11eved no schoo JUDIOYS take blg step and select class rmgs Assembly program Everybody wants to be a p1an1st l1ke that 3412 Delta held to lowest score of season Bryan game Oh that beautlful snow' T1e 14 14 Cats dump Wauseon and t1e Bryan for league champlonshrp Dads honored V1Slt3t10H nlght Mom and dad f1nd out the truth Feature movre The Howards of V1rg1n1a The peanuts and candy tasted good even rf the audltorlum was a mess 1516 Junlor Class Play Nlce gomg Jumors' 22 23 Another breathmg spell Thanksg1v1ng Vacatlon Basketball begms Cats travel to Adr1an Dldn t Want to w1n flrst game anyway Game Wlth Sylvama D1dnt want to w1n thls one e1ther Just plaln bad day Grade cards also Llbby traveled to Napoleon to take home a uctory Flrst league game wlth Wauseon Cats break 1nto w1n column 14-Bryan showed they meant buslness and scored a vrctory 62 40 18 FHA entertalned Mothers wlth a tea 21 Scored our second league vlctory downmg Deflance 46 44 21 Chrlstmas xacat1on Have xou been a good l1ttle boy" 7 7 27 28 Canton T1mken stopped Napoleon at the Deflance Carmx al but we came back the second mght to run ox er C1nc1nnat1 Western Hrlls One pomt IS as good as one hundred Beat Montpelier 55 54 School resumes Oh to sleep untrl 10 .30 The Cats lrke to vsln by one pomt Thrs t1me Llbertv was the x1ct1m . i I Y . . 1 t. 2- 'f ' . 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