Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

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,xi , ww' 1 .-gf, 1 1 The 1953 Buckeye Published by the Journalism Class of Napoleon High School, Napoleon, Ohio. Ann Mary Hoff and Mary Honeck, Co-Editors Ann Hagen .................. Literary Editor Charles Kolbe .......... Photography Editor Barbara Behrens ...... Advertising Manager Richard A. Lenhart ................ Advisor , Hx,., "x,A j.. EYSWXT7' M-,ws -'rf ' L Table of Contents Dedication .......... Superintendent .... School Board .... Secretaries ...... Maintenance ......... Explanation of Theme . Junior High .......... Freshmen ...... Principal ........ Visitation Night .... Faculty ........ Sophomores .... Organizations .... Juniors ........ Football ............ Basketball ............ Varsity Cheerleaders .. Track ................. Freshman Basketball . Junior High Basketball Cheerleaders ......... Girls Sports ........... . . . Seniors ........ Activities ......... Advertisements ..... Faculty Signatures .... Index ............... 4-5 6 7 8 9 10-1 1 12-19 20-23 p 24 .25 ' 26-29 30-33 34-53 54-57 59-63 64-68 69 70-71 72 73 74 75-79 80-98 99-111 1 112-119 I 120 121-124 ff? af Fm Q1 fi S ,Q 'X xl! X Q -'Hr W f Q my . -yi - fs., 2 xf , -fx. y wi .Q K ' . ss- Yi - Qs- X, - if 11 A if A X M-sv 'ff wwf, ' X I fi- . - .131 fra. 7 xg, :rim l " QL' Si, K Hifi? QL -- -gg , , 1, 5,-Y -1-T-A .. 1-1 ,rf ' 42:f.4'+Egg1Q 'Tar fic- . Mgw- f if A , is 1 ' - K. K 5 Qt? s - SHTY L yi Q59 i f wp? , S 14 ,wi X ' 5 5 Q ME if MSX W Ere, Z 2 3' Q wi ff F N g f 5 -fgkkfx 'im Nigx x v S :X X gig 2 Q lg Q ,- E f--91,1 Q 1.5. :V 5' W3 f as if 2 A if N E iq' sw im k , xi f W 2 'sd dx , gf sp . Qi? S Sr R , k V f -15 ' L,L. " 'igesifszg 'fyzy-A :gW1f?ai,'11, fa-2+ nv ,jf ., we -- . '- f 15-51---:fn :,e!.f...M.:i N11-f +-3-V539 . ,355 x - -, 1 ,H N, X Q . . . "Q Q . S QA 5 E To have a two-fold dedication is indeed an honor, but to dedicate an annual to such a splendid person, and to such an historic occasion is indeed a very special honor. But first a dedication to a man who has served his com- munity in one of the finest capacities, that of being a teacher to the future citizens of his community and country. He has been a constant inspiration to both students and faculty alike. His classes in history and mathematics have long been held as a very wonderful learning experience, for personal experience and deepiinterest have proved far better than any textbook. His clear thinking, his wise judgement, and hi great independence have endeared him to many. To you, John V. Cuff, this annual is dedicated. Dedications Ohio is celebrating its one hundred and fiftieth anniver- sary both as a state and educator. And as the state has grown in this period, in methods and ideas so have its individuals. This year's annual is a "growing" annual and is designed and built on the growth of a student body, who will soon take their places as voters in the state of Ohio. And so, the 1953 Buckeye and staff, dedicate this annual to the past and future growth of Ohio. Qi E -g,53g.g- Nzfrm km New -QCSQQ5-S: f- ff '- N fx. - . ww fsf-'aiasggi - A wi L 1 f K i nf W., Q A 2 2.5, X3 .YM X Q, A i . E fs wif W A Qill f 'C.:s.,k.tW wSgh f. ff N -- . vp 5 .Miss 3. , 'Ti 'f mmm. ' ' x 3.1 fn . . V - - . -4 ' A. SNQQQZN' iii i if , . . 4 T? 'G ,. 1' " Rf .W Q S .ax ., wkgfssgbg, . Q. A . F -1. xi wp., ,N . 5.-.s -f Q As Ni xg V, ' 2 X 5 V- 5' A " 'Y nf . , Z gf - xv., N ... 'Q h N 'I' .yi - KX W bility. L.. ...... Wm Ng - . wifi ifgf SIE lfzimg iii? f' 'Zig'-t Fwy fl is ,' ve E MISS LOIS GERMANN Miss Germann, the princi- pal's secretary, is known and appreciated by all students and teachers. Her work is done with cheerfulness and efficiency. Her ability in sec- retarial work is a great help to the teachers and student body. Q if 0ffice Secretaries MISS ORA GREEN Miss Green, as the superin- tendent's secretary, is familiar to every student. Her friendli- ness and eagerness to help have made her a favorite with all who know her. ,-vi Q 'dwg X ., ' ,. fi 3 ,X . . -'YQ' - 3 . ff15x..ffa1.., biting Teacher Mr. Sturdavant Mrs, Mrs. Mrs. . Gebhart Mrs Christy Gallagher Smith Janitors Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Shasteen Panning Kanney Knipp Cafeteria Ladies Bus Dru vers Mr. Sturdavant Mr. Dennis Mr. Stevens Mr. Adams Mr, Swartzbaugh These people help maintain our school in many varied ways. They are the ones behind the scenes who keep the school running smoothly. 9 0ur Theme How astounding it is each year, as we plan a new annual to find that one of the most interesting phases is the ever chang- ing growth and development of the stu- dent's attitude, View points and ideas . . . and so our theme is that development, and is shown throughout the book in the way that the student matures through their all important school activities. . . . the Junior High looks forward to that ever foreboding high school. . . . the Freshmen carry the books and meet the teachers. . . . the Sophomores join the organiza- tions. . . . the Juniors join the teams. . . . the Seniors enjoy the activities and look forward to the future. , mu A Y? x . as-1 'wi M L JUNIOR Hl MARGARET SHERMAN LS. Bowling Green State fniversityg Junior High Tathematics. JOHN SWEARIN GEN B,S. Bowling Green State Universityg Grade School Principalg Visual Educa- tiong Junior High Social Scienceg Track Coach. BETTY THEOBALD B.S. Bowling Green State Universityg Ferris Insti- tuteg Junior High Eng- lish, Home Arts, OTHA WHITCOMB B.S. Bowling Green State Universityg B.F.A. Ohio State Universityg Art. MELVIN CARL B.A. Toledo Universityg M.A. State Universityg Univer- sity of Wisconsing 'Uni- versity of Michigang Junior High School Social Scienceg Junior High Coach. Bowling Green ef? SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS Jerry Fruth ............. Secretary Dennis Travis ........... Treasurer Wayne Landis ...... Vice President Mary Beth Tietjens ...... President 7-A Rosalie Hahn ........... Secretary Bonnie Funchion .... Vice President Danny Lighthill ......... President Larry Dunrnire ..... . . .Treasurer 7-B Charles Kimberly ....... President Sharon Zellers ..... .... S ecretary Sam Gomer ............ Treasurer Susan Selleningslc . . .Vice President if Not Pictured J. Bost W. Bowles J. Brell G. Chambers C. Conklin J. Conklin J. Duquette R. Eberle N. Engel K. Fahringer G. Franz B. Freytag R. Hahn C. Hall L. Hardy T. Heckler L. Hefflinger L. Hefflinger S. Johnson N. Kernes C. Kimberly E. Kruse N. Kruse L. Kryder A. Babcock H. Babcock M. Behrens R. Belford J. Betson R. Blue J. Cramer R. Crosser R. Dachenhaus L. Daum J. Donnett L. Dunmire T. Freytag B. Funchion A. Gasche J. Gebhardt B. Glore J. Groll L. Hess M. Hines J. Holtzer C. Homan C. Hoover K. Houser ' B. Lemon D, Lighthill M. McOscar A M. Michaelus D. Nagel G. Pfiffner S. Sellinings J. Shondell D, Slagle F. Smithv B. Stuckey J. Teeple L. Yackee L. Zachrich S. Zellers K, Zieglef Not Pictured: S. Cannon, J. Gebhard S, Gomer, N. Helberg, L. Kryder, C. Martinez, R. Miller, B. Ory, D. Watson. I5 S. Rasey D. Reiser D. Rettig R. Ritter N. Roesti T. Schutte E. Tietjens J. Walker L. Walters J. Ward J. Warheim B. Watkins x Autographs E D. Adams I G T. Bost W M. Brink I B L. Brubaker I A B. Brubaker L, D K, Conkey l E C, Dillon H. Engle B. Flory B. F J. outs Fruth B. Funchion B. Hees L, Helberg G. Honeck L. Hoover J. Hoy R. Hunter W. Landes J. Libley G. Lloyd K. Lowry K. Meyer M. Miller J. Cook M. Cordes E. Crossland L. Dennie J. Detmer C. Derringer F. Garret G. Gilliland S. Good B. Gray C. Hann H. Hardy M. Jackson R, Jennings D. Johnson R. Knipp R. Kragel M. Kruse M. Osborn E. Panning M, Panning R. Panning R. Plassman T1 'DAQ-.-In I7 P. Schroeder P. Seabold J. Shafer E, Short K. Showman A. Shumaker B. Reese J. Reiser J . Rohdy L, Riebesehl N. Roesti 7th S. Sauer M. Tietjens D. Travis J. Vajen D. Walters D. Ward R. Ward H. Shumaker V. Smith N. Snyder J. Swearingen A. Theil L. Thornton W. Warnicke K. Welsh F. Yarnell Not Pictured: Marilyn Kruse, Paul Knipp. Autographs 1- 1 51 iw' 8' Q ze' A f L ,L, Sk if m l wig 'w-vw.. W- A x 5 QQSN-XA QQ :N A wx . . K a X XX Ae-A k fx. R W 1 . X rf X ,f-:"f -' . 'N ,N-. - '1- .W I 3? r A Q A K ' ' 2 'Q S. ' nf - fiflxfffffwiz is X ,, 5--'S'i:fv X, " Lf's:.iE.f?l-wr" ' L KL.L L 2 ,N WK '-n 'lu Om ,we a 2 Q Us Q VK ' . 8 N' z 4' rw gif? np, wsu ur- X ,ii . 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" -..' -5 ' 2. . f B, M1Cha911S , Y Q b V " .S i f . V, fzlgiggi A- Miller 51 1 R is ' ff J J. Miller . .H 4 . ,i .L . N. ., . .1 r . . M. Mullen i. ' A i z Ki .,., . . v L . J. Nestleroad 'g...1' M -sf' f' y N : .......,.n- H - M, Norden E. Nye T. Ory R. Owens C. Parcels . 1 R ir?-Tl L Pau ey B, Precht N. Puehler ,, C. Quillman a K 2 ' R. Reichert M. Riggs W whit, L f .Y C. Rochester fi jf ll if J. Shafer J. Shartzer J. Shartzer J. Stevens K. Taylor V L. Teeple YT .S C. Rochester C. Rothenberger W. Schnitkey R. Schroeder R. Schuettee M. Von Deylon W L. Weirauch C. Wiechers R, Wiemken D. Willeman R. Woodward Not Pictured: J, Krum, B. Kruse, M. Meyer, N. Miller, M. Pacey, J. Rasey, J. Schnitkey, P, Spitler, D Starkey. G. Stephey, T. Walker. Over 175 parents were registered by the National Honor Society on Visitation Night, 1952. A movie was shown in the auditorium: After the movie, the parents saw the displays prepared by the various departments and met the teachers. Out- standing displays were made by the art department, who showed paintings, pot- tery, and leatherwork, the Speech class who recorded the voices of the parents, and the girls' physical education classes who played basketball in the gym. Re- freshments were served during the even- ing by the Home Economics department. Visitation Night gives the parents a chance to meet their children's teachers and discuss any problems with them. More and more parents are using this opportunity to come to the school and see what the student body has been doing. Visitation Night JOHN BECK B.S. Northern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club Advisor. MICHAEL DUNHAM B.S, Ohio State Universityg Agricultureg F.F.A. Advisor. CHARLES BUCKENMEYER B.S, Bowling Green State Universityg Boys' Physical Educationg Football Coachg Ass. Basketball coach. RUTH FRUCHEY B.S. Bowling Green State Universityg Home Econo- micsg F.H.A. Advisor. JOHN CUFF Ph. B. Kenyon Collegeg M.A. University of Michigang History, Algebra, Bus. Lawg Nat. Honor Society Advisor. MICHAEL LOMBARDI St. Pietro, Maielo, Naples, Italy, Band. 21.4-M , 2 ld-"'-. RICHARD LENHART B.S. Bowling Green State University, English, Jour- nalism, Speech, Senior Class Play, "Wildcats' Roar" and "Buckeye" advisor. OPAL MacFARLAND B.S. Ohio State University, M.S, Toledo University, Re- tailing, Typing, Bookkeep- ing, Commercial Club Ad- visor, PHARON HECKLER B.S. Bowling Green State University, University of Michigan, Ohio State Uni- versity, General Science, Biology, Hi-Y and Science Club Advisor. THOMAS MEICFARLAND B.S. Ohio State Universityg M.A. Toledo University, Chemistry, Physics, General Science, Science Club Ad- visor. WILLIAM MOSSING B.S. Bowling Green State Universityg Social Science, Basketball coachg Ass. Foot- ball Coachg UN" Club Ad- visor. ROBERT ROBINSON B.S., M.A. Ohio State Uni- versity, English, Junior Class Play Director. ROSEMARY NESTLEROAD B.S. Ohio State Universityg School Library, Library Club Advisor, SYLVIA ROSS B.S. Denison Universityg Vocal Musicg Boys and Girls Glee Clubs, Senior Girls Ensemble, Triple Triog Mix- ed Choir. BERNARD NYE BS, Ohio State Universityg Distributive Education, General Business, Record- keeping, Typing, Retailing Club Advisor. GEORGE SHABEL B.S. Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Indus- trial Artsg Industrial Arts Club Advisor BARBARA SAMPSON B.S. Bowling Green State University, Girls Physical Education, G.A.A. and Cheerleader Advisor KATHERINE RUSSELL B.S. Ohio State University, Mathematicsg Y-Teen Club Advisor RUTH STONE A.B. Goucher Collegeg De- Pauwg Columbia Univer- sity, Northwestern Univer- sity, University of Paris, William and Maryg Latin and German, English, Latin and German Club Advisor. WILLIAM STRAUB B.S. University of Toledo, History, Geography, Sci- ence, English Joan m'k.X. f if Fl. Z x 1 T5 r U' gf Q Y , 'J 4 M ,,,..-.., ,Q + M R. Badenhop N. Bair J, Bankey M. Barton D. Bergstedt J. Bernicke 2 'Y . 9 v . , 5 . Q N ,X sq 2 . G. Adams A. Amos M, Anderson D. Arps J. Ashenfelter L. Babcock H. Blair R. Bliss L. Bockelman R, Bost R. Brell G, Busch S. Buston L. Coleman W. Conkey D. Cowdrick H, Cramer G. Crawford Q i - ... E. Franz in J .a,A D. L' Fredrick as 'I F K :' L1':W 2 L. F1-uw J D. Gallagher Ls do oaa lar llrsr '9 . f gf E, Gerken f ' 'J G. Glore . . . f ff A . '-. 3 in -k I 5- I f C. Hess B. Hoeffel J. Howe R. Hurst J, Knepley R. Land .- uw 5'- 1 rw as .- X 1 YQ Q 5 rjmx xxlfix C. Dachenhaus L. Dachenhaus R. Denny W. Donnett G, Engle J. Fleagle C. Good K. Gunter L, Haas K. Haase R. Hardy R. Harmon B. Lemon L. Liddle H. Lowry A. Mapes L, Martinez C. Meyer M. Mueller R. Nye B. Precht N. Puehler B. Rasey I, Rausch J. Meyer B. Miller B. Miller G. Miller M. Miller R, Miller S, Shartzer M. Slight J. Snyder M. Snyder B. Spencer B. Spencer S. Rettig D. Riebesehl B. Scheele R. Schnitkey M. Schnitkey E. Shultz R. Walters C, Ward R. Willeman J. Wortman R. Steele f J. Stevens W. Strohl B. Travis C. Vocke L. VonDeylon .gquuuuqgw - W "'x..x-A iv- N-. .X vm A. . - 5 'xx 'A . V S 4 P A Q I Q ilu 1, yi .agp 1 "F'iv-g,xv'. Q Y , A-K.. J' f it - ,X """- ,f1'.'ig.-.aa its , .. ' ' . Piiiff H xg f . , '. gs. 'H Front Row: H. Billow, W, Schnitkey, J. Detmer, A. Hagen, M. Hoy, J. Zachrich, B, Hagen, M. Honeck, L. Fruth. Second Row: Advisor, Mr. Johnson, R. Herman, R. Dietrich, R, Thielman, R. Carter, J. Rieger, R, Joseph, R. Blue, C. Kolbe, R. Ludeman. The Student Council of Napoleon High School is in its fifteenth year of existence. The purpose of the group is to promote the use of democracy in managing the activities provided during the school year. CUIIIICII The Homecoming, a project of Student Council, was a great success. The gym was . beautifully decorated and the parade was the biggest the school has ever had. Treas., Robert Josephg Sec., Hageng V. Pres., Harlan Pres., Larry Fruth. Student Council Alternates First Row: J. Green, B. Watson, A.M. Hoff, N. Druhot, C, Germann, M. Moon, B. Fillbright. 'zu-ws'-5 ,- ,fgyixf A Second Row: Advisor Mr. Johnson, E. i K2 X15 Nye, R. Schnitkey, W. Kryling, R. Denny, at as .mi R, M E. Stevens. - -- sg his-v-f4A,xk -- A as A f X x 'f' A . Q'-rg.-' at First Row: Mr. Johnson, advisor, R. Joseph, J. Rieger, R. Dickey, J . Rogers. Second Row: B, Behrens, L. Short, J. Lefler, B. Hagen. Third Row: S. Bockelman, A. Hagen, S. Land, S. Dye. Fourth Row: B. Meyer, J. Thompson, N. Campbell, M. Honeck, A. M. Hoff, K. Brown. College Club College Club membership is made up of all seniors who are enrolled in English 12. The chief aim of this club is to prepare the members for college and to help them understand the principle routines of college life. During the year they heard speakers from various colleges. They also wrote term papers and studied the fresh- man English requirements of various colleges. Standing: Kay Brown, Mr. Cuff, advisor, LaVonne Short, Joan Shumaker. National Honor Society Sitting: Shirley Bockelman, Barbara Behrens. Leadership, character, service and a high scholastic record are required for member- ship in the National Honor Society. Jun- iors and seniors are selected for member- . ship in this club. This year the club became active. They provided material for senior students on scholarships available. They gained new members through a tap ceremony in Jan- uary, and their formal initiation in the spring. They assisted the Henry County Society for Crippled Children at the annual Christ- mas party, and helped in many ways throughout the school year. The Library Club is made up of girls who have shown an interest in working with books and a willingness to be of service to the school. These girls assist the librarian by working in the library at least one period a week, or as often as their sche- dule permits. During the year they bought books for the library and visited another library. Sponsoring an after game dance was also one of the club's activities. 1 They contribute to the school by buy- ing new books every year. The club is Library Club Officers: Treas., Pat Blitz, Sec., Ann a member of the Student Council and won first place in the Homecoming Parade with their float. Mary Hoff, Pres., Mary Honeckg V. Pres., Mary Jane Moon. Library Club First Row: J. Hollstein, B, Hoeffel, M, Mohring, A.M. Hoff, M. Honeck, M, Schnit- key, L. Dachenhaus. Second Row: B. Miller, S, Buston, D, Bergstedt, M. Showman, I. Rausch, R. Riggs, J. Heitman, S. Myers, M. Schwab, P. Ordway, C, Clark, S, Land, A. Mapes, C. Plotts C. Germann, A. Rafferty, B, Travis, A. Hagen. Third Row: Mrs. Nestleroad, advisor, N, Puehler, K. Brown, R. Hurst, R. Miller, C. Good, B. Scheele, C. Dachenhaus, J, Jackson, S, Buckmaster, B. Krum, I. Sattler C. Land, C. Wendt, B. Walker, M. Moon, P. Blitz, D, Gasser, S. Rettig, C. Vocke, M. Mueller, C. Meyer, L. Short, B. Behrens, B, Hagen. 1 rience Club Officers: Treas., John Harrisong Pres., Robert ermang V, Pres., Shirley Bockelmang Sec., Collette 'endtg Lib., Mary Jane Moon. Science Club Through the projects members of the Science Club work on each year, several have gained state and national awards. These pro- jects are used to improve their skill in scientific work and to in- crease their knowledge of sci- ence. Throughout the year, the club took several field trips to places of scientific interest, and took several of their best projects to the Bowling Green and state contests. Seated: G. Glore, S. Bockelman, D, Cowdrick, C. Good, N, Puehler, J. Wortman. Standing: Mr. McFarland, advisor,, K. Brown, C. Ward, E, Gerken, B. Strohl, D. Selhorst, D. Dickey, S. Land, B. Richley, J. Harrison, C, Wendt, M, Moon, R. Her- man, B. Fillbright, Mr. Heckler, advisor, C ii i ' 1. ,- iLf' ff X l s., T' .. g I . K . 6 V 31. . - ,ff . .. 1.4 A V EE. V K .. - ,.,p- AN., - K in A K' 1 . .il ni.--q Standing: A. Hagen, M. Lowry, S. Babcock, M. Honeck, C. Good, Mrs, Russell. First Row: A. Haas, P. Gillespie Mohring, S, Bockelman, M. Liddle, J. Mullett, B. Meyer, A.M. Hoff, J, Lefler, B. Hagen, L. Short, B. Behrens, S. N. Campbell, S. Dye, M. Walters, J. Thompson, J. Fruth, V. Bauman, Second Row: L. Haas, M. Schnitkey, A. C. Plotts, C. Mann, D. Slight, S. Buckmaster, P. Ordway, B. Krum, J. Jackson, C. Mann, J. Handyside, M. Bockelman, S. Myers, C. Land. Third Row: N. Puehler, J. Wortman, S. Leifer, C. Dachenhaus, B, Scheele, B C. Hess, B. Miller, S. Shartzer, M, Snyder, M. Anderson, J. Stevens, J. Heitman, R. Riggs, J. Gilbert, B, 1 F1 1 CW dRH t,J,Meyer,A.Amos. B, Walker. Fourth Row: K. Brown, I. Satt er, J. eag e, . ar , . 1u's Y -Teen Club A very successful year was enjoyed by the Y-Teen Club and their advisor, Mrs. Russell. The Y-Teens sold mums at Homecoming, had a float in the parade, sponsored a dance and managed the concessions at a football game as part of their pro- jects. They also assisted the Chamber of Commerce by offering their services as babysitters on election day. They again presented the traditional Easter Program and climaxed the year with the impressive induction service of new members and officers followed by a tea for their mothers. Good, Y-Teen Officers, Standing: Progran ch., Mary Honeckg Sec., Connie Good V. Pres., Maxine Lowryg Pres., Ann Hagen, Kneeling: Soc, ch., Shirley Bockelman Treas., Sharon Babcock. Y-Teen Cabinet: S. Myers, S. Babcock, X A.M, Hoff, M. Honeck, A. Hagen, C. S, Bockelman, M. Mohring, M. Lowry, Mrs. Russell, advisor. I First Row: J. Sharpe, R. Carter, P. Niebel, R, Joseph, J. Myers, R. Dickey, R, Veigel. Second Row: Mr, Heckler, advisor, K. Honeck, L, Watchman, F. Norden, G. Miller, L. Bockelman, E. Gerken. Third. Row: J. Rogers, H. Billow, R. Badenhop, L. Babcock, R. Land, H. Lowry. Fourth Row: J, Cortright, L. Swick, R. Steele, K, Van Dyk, T. Ory, E. Kahrs, R. Dietrich, B. Richley. Ha-Y Club Community Service was the main project of the Hi-Y Club this year. They helped the city by putting out the Tuberculosis cans and assisting one hundred per cent in the Sky Watch, for civilian defense. The club is made up of sopho- more, junior and senior students. They are united under their pur- pose: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. Hi-Y Officers: Sec., Richard Dickey, V. Pres., Robert Carter, Sgt.-at-arms, Paul Niebelg Pres., Robert Joseph, Treas., Jerry Rogers. Kneeling: Chap., Lee Watchman. Under the careful guid- ance of Miss Stone, the Ger- man Club promotes a keener interest in the knowledge and background of German. Their year's activities in- cluded a German student speaker, Whom they pre- sented at an assembly for the student body. During the Christmas Season, they read the Christmas Story as a play as part of their pro- gram. National Education Week was observed by placing displays in the bank window. German Club German Club Officers: Sec., Barbara Meyerg Treas., Carole Land Advisor, Miss Stone, Pres., Jerry Rogers, V. Pres., Gene Herman. Kneeling: F. Norden, G. Herman, J, Rogers,, V. Wittenberg. Standing: M. Lange, B. Meyer, J. Thompson, J. Lefler, A.M. Hoff, I. Sattler, C. Mann, C. Land, Miss Stone, advisor. This year marked the beginning of a formal initiation for the freshmen Latin students. Among their other activities the Latin Club managed the concessions at a football game and had a skit in the Christmas Assembly. They too had displays in down town windows during National Education Week. Their chief aim is the development of friendship and the gaining of a greater knowledge of Latin. Latin Club Officers: Pres., Harlan Billow V Pres Jack Cortrightg Sec., Tony Hagen Treas Jim Bernickeg advisor, Miss Stone Latin Club First Row: C, Wiechers, J. Shafer, M. Hoy, A. Herman, C. Knipp, J. Fleagle, M Snyder, C, Ward, C. Good, N. Puehler, B. Spencer, M. Lucas, C, Handyside J Stevens, J. Wortman, S, Shartzer, G. Glore, M. Barton, advisor, Miss Stone. Second Row: B. Kryling, T. Ory, B, Richley, J. Schnitkey, C. Groll, B. Haase D. Glanz, M, Pacey, C. Ludeman, M. Fahringer, B. Bokerman, K, Taylor, N. Bunn R. Owens, J. Heitman, B. Fillbright, C, Plotts, B. Walker, B. Watson, J. Handyslde Third Row: J. Harrison, H. Bil1ow,, D. Selhorst, R, Harmon, J. Shartzer N Puehler B. Hagen, S. Land, M. Riggs, M. Mullins, N. Druhot, P, Ordway, S. Leiferi 1 C. Germann, R. Riggs, M. Moon, D, Gasser, C. Wendt, W. Bockelman, G. Bush Fourth Row: K. Van Dyk, J. Cortright, S. Dye, K. Brown, A. Hagen, L. Bockelman E. Gerken, R. Dickey, J. Rieger, R, Joseph, T. Ory, F. German, P. Cochran, D Gasche, B. Hagen, R. Gray, T. Walker, D, Schnitkey, B. Lemon, K, Haase. J. Bernicke T. Hagen. sv F-1 First Row: C. Mann, B. Behrens, J. Lefler, L. Short, C. Land, B. Fillbright, D, Gasser, M. Moon, P. Blitz, C, Wendt, M. Lowry, P, Ordway, M. Schwab, S. Leifer, C. Germann, R. Riggs, A. Rafferty, J. Heitman, J. Bockelman, S. Myers, Mrs. Sampson, advisor, Second Row: B, Krum, S. Babcock, C, Clark, J. Bowles, J . Fruth, J. Shumaker, J. Zachrich, I, Sattler, M. Seiple, L. Dachenhaus, D. Lloyd, I. Dachenhaus, B, Watson, C. Plotts B. Walker, S. Buckmaster, J. Jackson, A. Miller, I. Kent, A.M. Hoff. Third Row: S, Bockelman, S. Land, B. Hagen, Dye, K. Brown, A. Hagen, J. Thompson, B. Meyer, B. Scheele, C. Dachenhaus, B. Travis, M. Anderson, S, Shartzer, J, Wortman, J. Stevens, B. Spencer, J. Fleagle, M. Snyder, C. Ward, N. Puehler, P. Gillespie, N. Campbell, S. Detmer. G.A.A. Girls participating in intramural sports are eligible to join the Girls's Athletic Association. Hockey, volleyball, basketball and dancing are a few of the many sports the girls have on their program. They entertained the public again this year with their Annual Dance Con- cert. Two All Star teams were also chosen, one in WJ basketball and one in volleyball. These girls are gain- S- gggig'Let3BCF5Hi'igi3n1PC' gig chosen on the basis of sportmanship and skill. C, Lahd,.J, F1eag1e,'J. Donley,,M.' Riggs At the Recognition Tea in January and the J. ThompS0I1,. R- Riggs, S- Shartler, Spring assembly, awards are given the girls on a Center: J- Stevens, S- Babcock' point system basis. G. A. A. Officers: Treas., Beth Fillbrightg Sec., Janet Stevens, V. Pres., Carol Germann, Pres., Barbara Hagen. First Row: D. Schnitkey, V. Wittenberg, G. Herman, L. Swick, R. Travis, J. Bankey, K. Hall, G. Bush, B. Donnett. Second Row: L. Bockelman, R. Herman, P. Niebel, M. Martinez, R. Carter, J. Rogers, L. Fruth, D. Dine, H. Billow. Third Row: R. Dickey, J. Rieger, K. Honeck, J. Myers, J. Cortright, R. Thielman, J. Bankey, R. Blue, E. Stevens, Mr. Mossing, advisor. "IV" Club Membership in the Varsity N Club is composed of anyone who has earned a varsity letter in either football, basketball, or track. They promote as their chief goal good sportsmanship and good citizenship within the school as well as in interscholastic sports. During the year, they presented their annual Senior-Faculty Basketball game and used the profits to present a scholarship to an outstanding athlete. "NU Club Officers: Sec.-Treas., Richard Dickey, V. Pres., Jack Myers, Pres., Larry Fruth. "A united home, a united World," was the motto chosen by the Napoleon tg Chapter of the Future Homemakers ii of America. A good deal of degree Work was done by these girls and the club had a candidate for the State Home- makers' Degree. As a part of their projects they sponsored a style show for the public, had a tea for their mothers, and ser- ved at many banquets throughout the year. The Club chose Miss Ora Green to be their chapter mother. F. H. Pres. W-Ja A. Officers, Seated: Sec., Elizabeth Brell, V Marie Lange' Pres. Joan Zaehrich' Treas Carolyn Vockeg Refi., Judy Meyer, Hist,, Marlene Mueller, Par., Deanna Gallagher. F.II.A. First Row: F. Armitage, P. Rohda, J. Zellers, S, Detmer, A. Miller, V. Bauman. Second Row: A. Armitage, M. Lange, I. Dachenhaus, M. Schoeder, C. Mann, J. Mullett. Third Row: L. Short, B. Hagen, B. Behrens, A. Hagen, K. Brown, B. Teeple, G. Stephey, C. Quillman, L. Dachenhaus, Fourth Row: D. Bergstedt, D. Gallagher, L. Haas, C. Hess, J. Kruse, S. Hahn. Fifth Row: E. Franz, A. Amos, R. Brell, D. Glore, J. Hess, L. Von Deylon, M. Schnit- key, C. Vocke, M. Mueller, S. Rettig, C, Rochester, C. Rothenbereger. M. Slight, C. Meyer, J. Franz, J, Meyer, M, Eickhoff, R, Schuette, R. Hurst, M. Walters, E. Brell, M. Mohring, Mrs. Fruchey, advisor, J. Zachrich, J. Shumaker, L. Dachenhaus. ----uni K U-ia. Q if The Napoleon High School Chapter of the Future Farmers of America is composed of stu- dents taking an agricultural course. The club won a medal at the Parlimentary Procedure contest in Bryan for outstanding conduc- tion of a meeting. They held their annual Parent- Son Banquet on January 12, and had a float in the Homecoming Parade as a part of their projects. F F.A. F. F. A. Officers: Rep., Jim Ashenfelterg Sent., John Bankeyg V. Pres., Kenneth Hall: Pres., Robert Carterg Sec., Ralph Viegelg Treas.g Neal Sturdavantg Spm., William Donnett. First Row: R. Ludeman, P. Niebel, J. Bankey, M. Gebers, H. Meyer, R. Panning. R. Carter, D. Norden. Second Row: T. Christy, G. Hefflinger, J. Joseph, R. Nye, R, Bressler, R. Badenhop, B. Donnett, N. Sturdavant, Third Row: Mr. Dunham, advisor, E. Crawford, J. Ashenfelter, B. Hoeffel, B. Michae- lis, R. Veigel, K. Hall. C. Cortright. V pin u Firts Row: P. Gillespie, A. Haas, J. Bowles, C. Clark, J. Fruth, S. Land, M. Liddle, V. Wittenberg. Second Row: Advisor, Mrs. McFarland, S. Myers, J. Bockelman, M. Seiple, J. Jack- son, B. Krum, M. Showman, E. Brell. Third Row: M. Mohring, B. Teeple, R. Bost, M. Crossland, P. Blitz, J. Heitman, I. Sattler, C. Land. Fourth Row: J. Zachrich, B. Scheele, S. Rettig, B. Travis, M. Schnitkey, A. Mapes, L. Dachenhaus, B. Hoeffel, J. Shumaker. Commercial Club The Commercial Club sponsors the Gregg Award Program for outstanding work in the Commercial Department. This year the club was accepted into the Student Council as it has been in existence three years. As projects they had speakers of Business Administration and the senior members took a field trip to several large business firms in Toledo. Commercial Club Officers: Pres., Carol Clarkg V. Pres., Joan Zachrich, Sec.. Elizabeth Brellg Treas., Mildred Mohr- mg. f ing: N .,, , . . 4 1 .V .Y ,gy , I A e ,it : .. are Seated: D. Bost, R. Plassrnan, R. Yocum, S. Walters, P. Hahn, E.Watkins, R. Hersh- berger. Standing: Mr. Nye, advisor, R. Miller, J. Bowles, J. Fruth, M. Lange, I. Kent, G. Conkey. Distributive Education Club The Distributive Education Class is affili- ated with the national club and had as its purpose, the development of progressive, re- spected, and successful leadership in retail- ing. Membership is made up of any student who is enrolled in the various co-operative classes in the Retailing Department. During the year they attended the Bowling Green convention, and had a part in the pro- gram, the State Convention, and sent a dele- gate to the National Convention in Dayton. Their year was climaxed with the Employer and Employee Banquet. Distributive Education Officers: Treas., Donald Bostg Sec., Joanne Bowles, V. Pres., Raymond Plassmang Pres., Judith Fruth. Sitting: Sgt-at-arms, Guy Conkey. 2-as-S. - ,wa Members of the Project- ionist Club perform a great service to our school by presenting movies during their free periods. These students should be congratulated on their fine Work they do for the stu- dent body. Standing: D. Glanz, B. Haase,, R. Harmon, G. Gerken, L. Bockel- man, D. Selhorst, R. Dickey, R. Herman, T. Hagen, Seated, First Row: T. Ory, T. Walker, D. Cowdrick. Seated, Second Row: I. Sattler, B. Walker. Projectionist Club Hall Monitors Keeping the halls clear during classes and escorting visitors to their destinations, and running errands for the administration and faculty are only a few of the services these girls perform for the school. The student body and faculty alike are grateful to these girls and appreciate the help they give throughout the year. First Row: E. Brell, E. Freytag, V. Bauman, M. Walters, M. Mohring, P. Gillespie, D. Hill. . , Second Row: B. Travis, R. Hurst, M. Hoy, A. Herman, S. Leiter, D, Slight. 48 This year the Industrial Arts Club perform- l ed a valuable service to the school by sand- ing some of the desk tops. This project was appreciated very much by the student body. They took several field trips also through- out the year to the Willys Overland Plant and another large automobile factory. The main purpose of the club was to main- tain the shop in good order and improve their skill in shop work. eeling: V. Pres., Ralph Veigel, Pres. irles Dille. ndmg: Sgt. at Arms, James Sharpe, Sec., Jert Herman, Treas., Marvin Gebers. Industrial Arts Club First Row: Advisor, Mr. Beck, D. Willeman, T. Kline, M, Meyer, G. Burkholder, E. Bruns, Mr. Shabel, advisor. Second Row: E, Kahrs, M, Gebers, R. Dietrich, W. Kruse, R. Helberg, R, Herman Third Row: J. Snyder, E. Haas, R. Viegel, R. Steele, J. McColley. Fourth Row: L. Pauley, J. Sharpe, D. Yarnell, N. Sturdevant, C, Dille. Q. S - ...fav f ,a X. x I l N First Row: M. Lange, I. Rausch, D. Bergstedt, N. Druhot, G. Stephey, C. Knipp, S. Handyside, N. Puehler, M. Lucas, J. Shartzer, D. Glore, K. Lemon, R. Schutte, M. Eichoff. - Second Row: B. Scheele, B, Travis, J. Shartzer, D. Quillman, B. Behnfeldt, B. Michaelis, M. Hoy, C. Wiechers. M. Riggs, R. Owens, R. Riggs, C. Germann, D, Gasser. P. Blitz. Director. Miss Ross. Third Row: B. Hoffel, M. Barton, N. Puehler, J. Wort- man, J. Bockelman, M. Seipel, J. Donley, J. Miller, F C. Craig, J. Handyside, M. Showman, P. Ordway, M. Schwab. Fourth Row: I. Sattler, C. Dachenhaus, C. Ward, J. Fleagle, M. Snyder, B, Spencer, L. Coleman, B. Krum, J. Jackson, C. Mann, D. Lloyd, J. Heitman, C. Wendt, C. Land. Fifth Row: R. Bost, S. Hahn, J. Kruse, V. Bauman, M. Walters, A. Miller, M. Bost, J. Zellers, P. Rhoda, S. Detmer. Sixth Row: J. Lefler, A. Hoff, M. Honeck, I. Gable, J. Hess, B. Meyer, J. Mullett, M. Pacey. Seventh Row: B. Bokerman, M. Mullens, E. Franz, C. Hess, B. Miller, M. Fahringer, C. Ludeman, L. Short, S. Dye, N. Campbell, S. Land. Eighth Row: N. Bunn, K. Taylor, J. Stevens, J. Krum, P. Spiitler, J. Thompson, S. Babcock, S. Bock- elman, K. Brown, B. Behrens, A Hagen, B. Hagen. Girls Glee Club First Row: T. Ory, T. Walker, R. Gray, J. Nestleroad, B. Michaelis, Fgtter, Teeple, Germann, M155 Uonnle VV1eCf1eI'S ............. Dbklrlltclbulcii ROSS, Advisor- ............ L'b ' Second Row: B. Hagen, D. Gasche, B. Fry, J. Joseph, Sandra Shaftzer """ 1 relrlan T. Hagen. Janet Shartzer .... .... P resident Third Row: J. Rieger, D. Selhorst, V. Wittenberg, C. Th .lul Oclut P 'd Dille, W, Bockelman, C. Kolbe. Joyce Ompson iiesl gint Fourth Row: L. Bockelman, B. Rasey, J. Rogers, J. Mary Jane MOOD ----- -------- L lbrarlan MYGFS, R. J0SeIJh, R- Carter- Beth Fillbright ....... .... S ec.-Treasurer Jan Nestleroad .... ........... P r Jackie Green ..................... Sec Terry Walker ..................... Tre so Boys Glee Club Mixed Choir Standing: R. Joseph, J. Rogers, R. Carter, L. Teeple, J. Myers, B. Fry, R. Blue, R. Riechert, Miss Ross, R. Gray, B Rasey, T. Hagen. N. Miller, B. Michaelis, J. Bernicke, T. Walker, J. Nestleroad, A. Miller. Kneeling: A. Hagen. S. Babcock, C, Land, A. Rafferty, C. Germann, C. Wendt, J. Stevens, B. Meyer, J. Heitman, N Puehler, J, Lefler, K. Brown, B. Hagen, M. Honect. Seated: C. Ward, M. Showman, S. Myers, J. Thompson, K. Taylor, B. Michaelis, J. Wortman, N. Puehler. The vocal music department completed a very successful year under the guiding hand of Miss Sylvia Ross, the new advisor. Several small ensembles were formed this year and performed for various civic and church groups during the year. The Whole depart- ment gave several exchange concerts with other schools as well as the annual spring concert given for the student body and the public. The interest of the student body in the music organizations can be seen in the whole-hearted participation and in the increase in the size of the department. Triple Trio First Row: M. Mohring, S. Land, J. Lefler, A. M. Hoff. Second Row: M. Hann, J. Amos, B. Behrens, B. Hagen, A. Hagen, M. Honeck. Third Row: J. Shumaker, J. Zachrich, M. Walters, M. Liddle, S. Dye, K. Brown, S. Bockelman. Fourth Row: J. Mullett, B. Meyer, V. Bauman. L. Short, A. Miller. Senior Girls Ensemble Standing: S, Bockelman, K. Brown, B. Meyer, J. Lefler, C. Germann, N. Puehler. Seated: J. Wortman, A. Hagen, J. Thompson. 51 First Row: D. Gasser, C, Knipp, J. Selhorst, M. Sauer, W. Winzler J. Walker R. Walker N. Puehler J Swearingeni T, Meyer, Sheibley, Short, J. Hara per, T. Short, G. Daman, M. Pacey, C. Dachenhaus, Second Row: G. Miller, B. Freytag, J. Shondell, R, Kurber, B, Bockerman, K. Taylor, S. Ludeman, J Graetz, L. Leifer. B. Spencer, J. Hoeffel, J, Graetz A. Herman, C. Land, I. Sattler, S. Bockelman ,M Honeck, K. Brown, Third Row: Mr, Lombardi. G. Bush, J. Schroeder, D Band Letterman First Row, Top to Bottom: M. Honeck, M. Lowry, M. Schwab, S. Bockelman, K. Brown, V. Wittenberg. Second Row: S, Myers, M. Lange, J. Bockel- man, M. Crossland, I. Sattler. Third Row: J. Lefler, C. Land, D. Gasser, C. ,Mann, R. Dickey. Cowdrick, M. Lange, C. Mann, W. Strohl, R. Rausch P. Schroeder, C. Deiringer, J. Meyer, L. Yackee, T Heckler, S. Handyside, J, Shartzer, J. Shafer, C Weichers, M. Hoy, Fourth Row: B. Spencer, J. Wortman, J. Stevens, E Gerken, B. Richley, R. Panning, R. Dickey, P. Coch- ran, B, Reese, M. Lowry, M. Lucas, J. Lefler, C Ward, K. Fahringer, D. Arps, M. Cordes, M. Crossland Fifth Row: J. Hoy, M. Snyder, M. Schwab. Napoleon School Band The Napoleon High School Band completeo another successful year under the direction oi Mr. Mike Lombardi. He was assisted this year by Mr. Jerry Klessman of Bowling Green wha worked with the band on many new formations. Some of the most outstanding were the sun formation, the double heart at Homecoming and the traditional "N" of Napoleon. The student body is grateful to the band for the enjoyable concerts, theparades, and the hardwork and co-operation which is put intc everything they do. This organization has ac- complished the goal of instilling in all the real- ization and appreciation of good music. 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Sportsmanship Front Row: J. Rogers, G. Herman, E. Stevens, J. Reiger, R. Dachenhaus, D, Bost, R. Ludeman, R. Travis, Manager. Second Row: H. Lowry, W, Kryling, W. Donnett, P. Niebel, L. Fruth, J. Meyers, R. Carter, G. Conkey, H. Billow. Third Row: J. Bankey, B, Miller, R. Badenhop, R. Nye, V. Wittenberg, L. Swick, P. Denny, R. Land, J. Bernicke, R. Hardy. Fourth Row: Coach Buckenmeyer, J. Ashenfelter, K. Haase, N. Bair, D. Selhorst, J. Cortright, J. Bankey, W. Howe, R, Denny, R. Schnitkey, Ass't. Coach Mossing. Varsity Football The 1952 Wildcats enjoyed a suc- I i hs. cessful season this year with the re- turn of Coach Charles Buckenmeyer. sing who coached the line. Napoleon ended their season with a tie for sec- ond place in the league with Bryan. They won a total of 4 games, lost 4 and tied one. Three league games were credited to the Wildcats who were de- feated only twice in league competi- He was ably assisted by William Mos- tion. Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Sylvania .... . . .19 Napoleon. . Montpelier ....... 19 Napoleon Defiance ......... 19 Napoleon Perrysburg ...... . 6 Napoleon Liberty Center. .. 6 Napoleon. . Bowling Green.. .41 Napoleon Delta ............ 7 Bryan ..... 7 Wauseon. .. ... 7 No. 28 Vernon Wittenberg halfback No. 85 Robert Carter halfback No. 83 John Bankey tackle and fullback No. 40 Jack Myers end No. 88 Gene Stevens end No. 77 Don Bost halfback Rich No. 80 ard D end No 82 Larry Fruth quarterback No. 95 Joe Rieger tackle No, 84 Jerry Rogers fullback No. 31 Ronnie Ludeman center No. 86 vert Hardy guard No. 97 Ronald Dachenhaus tackle No. 99 Harlan Billows half-back No. 18 Kenny Hall guard No. 98 Jack Cortright center No. 33 Larry Swick guard No. 91 Guy Conkey center No. 96 Dan Selhorst tackle No. 28 No. 89 ,cnny Hzxase Jim Bernicke tackle quarterback No. 71 No. 90 Dick Land Dick Schnitkey halfback halfback oi 1, No, 10 Gene Herman guard No. 14 No. 35 No. 15 No. 16 Ray Badenhop Harry Lowry Jim Bankey Bill Donnett guard guard guard guard No. 79 Russell Denny end No. 87 Norman Bair end No. 35 Byron Rasey tackle N o. 11 Jim Ashenfelter tackle QRS . dx s-X"WN - 'X xi'-5 xx Sf, 'N , 1,61 Nwgw F Standing: Coach Buckenmeyer, L. Swick, J. Cortright, W, Howe, R, Thielman, J. Bankey, H. Billow, V. Wittenberg. W. Mossing. Head Coach. Seated: P. Niebel, J. Myers, E. Stevens, L. Fruth, J, Bernicke. Varsity Basketball For the first time in five years Napoleon captured the N.W.O.A. Basketball Championship. Under the careful guidance of Mr. Mossi they flew into victory with 8 wins and 2 losses in league competition a 13 wins, 4 losses in the complete schedule. Ronnie Thielman 6'5" center, broke four league records during t season. He completed the season with 313 points, he broke the league reco seon game breaking individual scoring records for one game. for one game were also broken by Ronnie. Nap. Opp ' 43 39 Adrian ......... 'Defiance ........ N57 45 Sylvania ........ 73 66 'Liberty Center ..47 45 Toledo Libbey ..49 44 "Montpelier ...... 67 41 'Liberty Center. . .48 43 'Bryan .......... 53 50 'Montpelier ...... 45 48 Bowling Green . .61 62 'Bryan .......... 56 63 "'Wauseon ........ 79 68 Carnival at Napoleon 'Defiance ........ 55 49 Toledo Clay ..... 60 46 Van Wert ....... 71 55 Toledo Central ..56 76 'Wauseon ........ 57 46 'League games The foul shot record for the season and the record scoring of foul shof I by scoring 200 in league competition, and scored 39 points during the WaL Harlan Billow 85 Jack Myers 87 Eugene Stevens 88 R Rs .-.,.,.,,. James Bernivke 83 Jack Cortright 92 ,,,, As S X Ronald Thielman 91 Larry Fruth 82 nllln I 2- , ' '1.g..Qf X ff ..Ax E k Xxx 5 ,fi ,...f" ug ' ish I x XX M . W WQQQZW kde lf .m g 'Nh fi? xx Q5 N51 S h .I . v I 5 - 'Z X 1--. 1: ' KKK E 1 'fu--v usa' wa.-4 me nv- ww- 44 ,Q S A . gi. . ! Q 'iw X-rf at x in A 'ix 43' 5 9 -as 24. 'M 1 in X 'Q lm! If-d-,,,... 429 Q3 "' 5 4 ww, I.. ,gy ng 5 'y XX, 45 giw fi 2 , IQ? '.-num, E 68 Standing: Coach Buckenmeyer, L. Swick, J. Bankey, W. Howe, V. Wittenberg. Seated: R. Schnitkey, L. Bockelrnan, K. Haase, R. Denny, R. Land. Reserve Basketball The reserve basketball team won 7 games and lost 8 this season. Of the ten league games played they won 5 and lost 5. Their outstanding ball handling can be seen by the fact that they never lost by more than four points which the Toledo Libbey team scored over them. Of the seven other games lost, they were beaten by one basket five times and one point twice. Mr. Buckenmeyer, their coach, can be justly proud of the skill they developed and the record they maintained. Nap. Opp. Adrian ..... .... 4 0 29 Sylvania ....... ..... 3 8 41 Toledo Libbey .... .... 3 8 42 Liberty Center .... 41 34 Montpelier . . . ..... 36 31 Bryan ...... ..... 4 1 43 Wauseon . . . ..... 52 16 Defiance ....... ..... 3 0 32 Liberty Center ..... 41 43 Montpelier ..... ..... 4 2 35 Bryan ............ ..... 3 6 23 Bowling Green ......... 32 34 Wauseon ....... ..... 2 8 29 Defiance . . . ..... 43 44 Van Wert .... ..... 4 8 46 Joyce Thompson, LaVonne Short, Sharon Babcock, Peggy Jo Phillips. Varsity Cheerleaders A "Yea team let's go, let's fight, letis win" is often heard resounding from the lips of these girls. They followed our teams in victory or defeat with the same school spirit, and good sportsmanship they show in everything they do. They led the cheers well and added color to the cheering section with their new sweaters they re- ceived during the first of the year and interchanged with their blue uniforms. They acted as an inspira- tion to both the team and the student body. We are proud to have the best set of cheerleaders in the league. Congratulations girls, for a job well done. T rack 1952 For the second successive year Napoleon ended their track season with no defeats. They won, with overwhelming scores, all dual and triangular meets. After losing the league champ- ionship by 1X3 point two years ago, Napoleon succeeded in getting it back last year with 63V2 points. Defiance was next in line with 581!2. Three of our track men, LeRoy Grubaugh, Eugene Stevens, and Larry Fruth were sent to the state finals in Columbus at the end of the season for outstanding accomp- lishments in their various fields. The team, whose coach is Mr. Swearingen, has always been tops in league competition and their trophies are welcome additions to the trophy case. IT 7 L' WE, uhh. ,V Ib. Standing: J. Nestleroad, J. Detmer, L. Teeple, M, Myer, W. Schnitkey, T. Hagen. Seated: J. Feter, R. Reichert, B, Michaelis, R, Gray, T, Walker, J. Green. Freshman Basketball The freshman basketball team faired far better this year with 6 wins and 6 losses. Outstanding play was shown by Larry Teeple, the center, Terry Walker, Judy Fetter, and Jerry Detmer, guards, and Tony Hagen, forward. The freshman team of this year will be the varsity team of the next several years, and judging from their team, Napoleon will gain more champ- ionships. Opp. Nap Liberty Center ........ 26 32 Adrian .......... ..... 3 3 29 Montpelier .... ..... 2 9 30 Bryan ...... ..... 3 1 38 Defiance ...... ..... 3 5 27 Wauseon ........ . . .17 27 Liberty Center ......... 21 33 Montpelier ...... ..... 4 2 17 Bryan ......... .... 2 6 35 Wauseon ............... 32 29 Defiance ............... 46 44 Tournament Montpelier ............. 47 32 First Row: P. Kimberly, D. Lighthill, L, Yackee, T. Heckler, L. Dunmire. Seflopd Row: R. Plassman, J. Swearingen, L. Brubaker, D. Travis, R. Brubaker, G. Gi iand. Third Row: B. Flory, C. Dieringer, J , Reiser, L. Hoover, W. Landes, P. Schroeder. Junior High Basketbll ll The Junior High basketball team suffered a poor season this year winning only two games and losing ten. The team played good ball and were -defeated by close scores in several games. The boys, who are coached by Mr. Carl, are hoping for better luck next year and with the determina- tion and spirit they showed this year, they're sure to reach their goal. Opp. Nap Liberty Center ........ 40 22 Liberty -Center ......... 39 11 Adrian .......... .... 2 0 15 Montpelier .... . . .19 11 Bryan ...... . . .31 21 Defiance ..... . . .33 31 Wauseon ........ ..... 2 O 43 Liberty Center ......... 24 16 Montpelier ...... . . .28 26 Bryan ...... . . .29 16 Wauseon . . . . . .20 39 Defiance ............... 35 28 Tournament Rita Riggs, Collette Wendt. Carol Ger- munn, Szinclrzx Myers. Frvshman Fha-1-rleadors Elected by the freshman boys, these cheerleaders eume out with new sweaters to complete their outfits this year. Their pep and enthusiasm at the games helped the team to victory. Betty Funehion, Pamela Seabold, Mary Ann Brink, Sandra Good. Reserve Chearloadvrs These girls, chosen by the student body, led the cheers at all the reserve basketball games. Their new sweaters, combined with blue and white skirts, made a neat outfit. Judith Shartzer, Mary Riggs, Judy Shafer Norma Puehler. Junior High fhovrloadors These loyal cheerleaders led the cheers at the Junior High games, and helped the team to many victories. .W 4 U? 'Nt i N. Puehler, A. Hagen, M. Schwab, P. Ordway, B. Behrens, R. Owens, C. Mann. A. Rafferty, M. Anderson, L. Short, R. Riggs, S. Shartzer. The intramural championship in hockey this year was won by the team captained by LaVonne Short. These girls received the title by winning every intramural game. They challenged the girl's hockey team in Defi- ance to a hockey game at the end of the season and were defeated by one point. This team followed the most important rule in any sport, through win or loss they practiced good sportsmanship, a quality which is essential in every game. Hockey r i x fi 'Q '23 YQ' White Angels, Standing: S. Bockelman, K. Brown, C. Land. E. Freytagi. S. Dctrner. Seated: C, Gcrmann, J. Stevens, A. Rafferty. L. Mar- tinez. The All Star Basketball team is chosen each year from all the girls playing intra- mural basketball. Their election is based upon the ability the girls possess and the good sportsmanship they practice. The 18 girls elected are divided into two teams, White Angels captain, Shirley Bockelman All Star Basketball Blue Devils, Standing: S. Babcock, S, Myers, M. Riggs, I. Daehenhaus. Seated: M. Anderson, S. Shartzer, M. Snyder. the Blue Devils, and the White Angels. In the All Star game the White Angels defeat- ed the Blue Devils, by a 28 to 26 score. Blue Devils ' 76 captain, Sharon Babcock White Angels captain, Joan Zachrich White Angels, Seated: B. Watson, L Short, J Gilbert J. Zachrich, J. Lefler, S. Myers, L. Martinez. S. Shartxer, K. Brown, P. Phillips, P Blitz M lue Devils Seated' M Sn der R Ri s L Dachen r ' - y v - v ' - aus, J. Stevens, C. Germann, I. Dachenhaus, C. Wendt, Detmer. handing: S. Babcock S. Bockelman, A. Rafferty, E. reytag. Two All Star Volleyball teams are chosen on the basis of sports- manship and skill. The girls are elected by the entire G.A.A. and are divided into two teams by the captains. The teams, the White Angels and the Blue Devils hold an annual contest to decide the volleyball championship. Z Blue Devils captain, Erma Freytag K l Anyone For Tennis? A strong emphasis is placed on girls sports in Napoleon High School. Hockey is the chief interest in the fall. Dur- ing the Winter, basketball, volleyball, modern dance, and tumbling are predominate. When the Weather gets milder, tennis, archery, badminton, golf and baseball replace the indoor sports. All games are under the careful supervision of Mrs. Sampson, the girls physical education instructor. Swish? p Fore! l 1 X X X 5 w fs Zi' 2 N 15,8 5'5" l 5 my -ff I S555 :Q 3 , f S an Tha' Svniors Lnola .llivaul ,O ., ,. .1 'D is 3 5. U 9 to a Q l . . ri. ' an Y 4 - D an . , R B .SMG dai gi e 'o -Q. ,min Cf I I :lv 4 9 S ,,, , ,. W. -ri' Y'-4 'G .' I , 4-..g -I 2' J - x a .5 ,: Q " - Qt., .Q 1' 'id ' Z A Har 41' I , .' . f':,f"Q- r I Q" Q ., at 9 an li -.1 ', 5 'ff'-wif K. . ' '!, - Y 5 ', "l'q Q, . . 4' .f n sv mf in A' V nf. vo ' '-1-Q 52513 A . sv?" 'Q A"' ti r L... x S i - :il 55161 ww ,lf W ,L M vs 41 L. f ' w .Q ug' 346 , I g ,aft ,iw uf' C' ol' nr- ' " 'C' ' Vw 1 I .. , ., - ff' ' ., Q' .. 'I :J o . J B ..n"'- "R 9 A J' . z l il' We SHARON J. BABCOCK JANET K. AMOS Ayersville, 33 Y-Teens, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A., 1, 2g Library Club. 2. 3, 4, Art Club, 3, Junior Class Playg Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4. FRANCES M. ARMITAGE F.H.A., 1. Y-Teens, 2, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 3, 4, Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Buckeye Staff, 45 Wildcats' Roar Staff, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 45 Senior Girls' En- semble, 4, Hall Monitor, 2,4g Re- serve Cheerleader, 2,3, Varsity, 45 Junior Class Play, All Star Bas- ketball. 2.3,4, Cap, 43 All Star Vfiyllgyball, 2,3,4g Student Coun- e1, . VALDA J. BAUMAN Y-Teens, 2,3,4g Girls' Glee Club, Hall 1, 2, 3, 4g F.H.A.. 1, 2 . 3, 4, Monitor, 4. .xv-fiik.. BEHRENS Class Officer, Sec. lg Latin Club, 1,2,3g Y- Teens, 2,3,4g G.A.A., 1, 3 F.H.A.. 4, Lib- rary Club, 2.4, V. Pres., 3 Buckeye Ad: Man., 4 Wildcats' Roar Staff, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 34 Senior Girls En- semble, 4g Hall Moni- tor. lg National Honor Society, 3, V. Pres.. 43 Reserve Cheerleader, Scholarship Tests, 1, Club, 4. Junior Class Play, 512 ELIZABETH M. ,BRELL Liberty Center, 1, F.H.A., 2, 3, Sec. 4, Commercial Club, 3, Sec. 4, Hall Monitor, 4. JOANNE L. BOWLES Y-Teens, 2, Retailing Club Sec. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Commercial Club, 3, 4. RICHARD E. BLUE Reserve Football, 2, Boys' Glee Club, 1, 2, 4, Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play. lv 17 :ax um' 4 DONALD R. BOST Liberty Center, 1, Varsity Foot- ball, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3, Retail- ing Club, Treas. 4, Junior Class Play. SHIRLEY A. BOCKELMAN Class Officer, Sec, 2, Latin Club, 1, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Soc. Ch. 4, G.A.A. 1, 4, Cab. Mem. 2 V. Pres. 3, Science Club, 2, 3, V. Pres, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, Pres. 4, Scholar- ship Test, 1, Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, Triple Trio, 4. 83 CAROLE A. CLARK jf ROBERT G. CARTER Varsity Football, 2,3,4, Reserve Basketball, 2, Varsity Track, 2,3, 4, F.F.A., 1, 2, Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y, 3, V. Pres, 4, Boys Glee, 4, Student Council, l,4, Junior Class Play, N-Club, 2,3,4, Mixed Choir, 4. Class Officer, Sec., 3, G.A.A., 2,3, 4, Library Club, 3,4, Girls Glee Club, 2, Student Council, 1, Com- mercial Club, 3, Pres., 4, Hall Monitor, 2, Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green, 3, Junior Class CAROLYN BROWN Latin Club, 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens, 2,4, Soc. Ch., 3, G.A.A., 1,2,3,4, Science Club, 2,3,4, Band, l,2,3,4, Letter- man, College Club, 4, Library Club, 2,3,4, Girls Glee Club, 1,2,3, 4, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, Triple Trio, 4, National Honor Society, 3, Trea- surer, 4, Junior Class Play, Bowl- ing Green Muisc Contests, 2, 3, All Star Basketball, 4. NADINE G. CAMPBELL Latin Club, 1,2, Y-Teens, 2,3,4, G.A.A., 1,2,3,4, Band, 1, Girls Glee Club, 1,2,3,4, Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 2,3,4, Play. 84 GUY E. CONKEY Varsity Football, 4, Industrial Arts Club, 3, Retailing Club, Sgt. At Arms, 4, Junior Class Play, N- Club, 3,4. SALLY A. .DETMER G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, lg Commercial Club, lg Junior Class Play, RONALD E. DACHENHAUS V-arsity Football, 4, Reserve Foot- ball, 2, 3, Reserve Basketball.2g Reserve Track lg Industrial Arts Club, lg Junior Class Playg Intra- murals, l, 2, 3. 4. BERNITA E. CONKLIN g. . :Qi 'Y' 'T CHARLES D. CORTRIGHT Ass. Football Man., 23 F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 49 Boys' Glee Club, lg Intra- murals, lg Mixed Choir, 23 Junior Class Play. CHARLENE A. CORTRIGHT 38 1 as ROBERTA A. DURHAM G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, German Club, 3, 4, Jun- ior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4. SUZANNE J. DYE Latin Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 4, Mixed Choir 3, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, College Club, 4, Hall Monitor, 2, Junior Class Play. MARIE E. ELLING Commercial Club, 4. RICHARD P. DICKEY Class Officer, Sec. 4, Reserve Football, 1, Reserve Track, 1, Varsity Track, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 1, 3, 4, Pres., 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Sec. 4, Science, Treas., 2, 3, 4, Band, 3, 4, Letterman, Wildcat Roar Staff, 4, Bus. Ed. of Buckeye, 4, Scholarship Test at Bowling Green, 1, 2, 3, 4, Movie Projection- ist, 1, 2, 3,4, Junior Class Play, N- Club, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas., 4, Mixed Choir, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, College Club, 4. CHARLES R. DILLE Industrial Arts Club, 2, Sec 3 Pres. 4, Boys' Glee Club, 1 Junior Class Play, Varsity Track Man, 1. PATRICIA L. GILLESPIE Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 2, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Hall Monitor, 4, Movie Projectionist, 1, 2, Junior Class Play. JERRY D. GALLAGHER Reserve Football, 2, Industrial Arts Club 1, FFA, l. ERMA S. FREYTAG G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor, 1, All Star Basketball, 4. . LARRY L. FRUTH Class Officer, Pres., 1, 2 , 3, 4, Var- sity Football, 2, 3 , 4, Varsity Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsit Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council? V. Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Junior Class Play, N- Club, 1, 2, 3, Pres., 4, D.C. Brown Award. 4. JUDITH A. FRUTH Class Officer, V. Pres. 2, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Retailing Club, Pres. 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Hall Monitor, 2, Junior Class Play, All Star Basketball, 2, All Star Volleyball, 3. 81 ANN C. HAGEN Latin Club, 1, 2, 45 Sec. 35 Y- Teens, 2, 3, Pres., 45 G.A.A., 1, 2, 4, Treas., 35 F.H.A. 45 Library Club, 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor, 35 Student Council, 45 Junior Class Play5 Col- lege Club, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir, 2, 3, Acc. 45 Senior Girls' Ensemble, 45. Triple Trio, 45 Mixed Quartette Acc. 45 Wildcats' Roar, Circulation Mgr., 45 Buckeye, Lit. Ed., 4. BARBARA J. HAGEN Q' Class Officer, Sec., 2, V. Pres., 3, Treas, 45 Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Y- Teens, 3, 4, Sec.,25 G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Cabinet, 35 F.H.A., 45 Library Club, 1, 2, 3,5 Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 2, Sec. 45 Hall Monitor, 15 Junior Class Play5 All Star Basketball, 35 All Star Volleyball, 35 College Club, 45 Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, 88 cial Club, 3, 4. AUDREY M. HAAS South Side High School Ft Wayne, 1, 25 Y-Teens, 45 Commer ERVIN R. HAAS South Side High School Wayne, 1, 25 Ind. Arts Club Intramurals, 3, 4. MARLENE C. HANN Florida, 15 Y-Teens, 1, 2, 35 F.H.A., 1 3 Girls'G1ee Club 1 2 3 4 , 2, 3 , , , , 5 Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 35 Senior Girls' Ensemble, 45 Buckeye Staff, 45 Wildcats' Roar Features Ed., 4. T 'fi ANN MARY HOFF Y-Teens, 2, 3, Rel. Ch, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 45 Library Club, 3, Sec. 43 Wildcats Roar Staff, 4, Buckeye, Co-editor, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 German Club, 4, V. Pres., 35 Student Council, 4, Junior Class Play, College Club, 4, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4. ROBERT N. HERSHBERGER Retailing Club, 4, Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Patrol, 1. L 1 PAUL H. HAHN Retailing Club, 4. ROBERT M. HERMAN Reserve Football Manager, Bas- ketball Managerg Ind. Arts Club 2, 3, Sec. 43 Science Club, 2, Treas 3, Pres., 4, Student Council, 4 Movie Projectionist, 1, 2, 3, 4 ence Fair, Washinton, D.C., 3. KENNETH D. HALL Reserve Football, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, F.F.A., 1, 2, Sent., 3, V. Pres., 4. 89 1 7 Junior Class Play, National Sci- JOHN P. JAQUA Basketball, 3, Safety Patrol, 1. ROBERT E. JOSEPH Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 1, 3, Sec. 2, Pres. 4, Wildcats' Roar Editor, 4, Journalism Staff, 4, Boys' Glee Club, l, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treas., 4, Junior Class Play , Mixed Choir, 4, Menls Double Quartet, 4, Intramurals, 4, Flag Boy, 1, Safety Patrol, 1. 90 JANET L. HOLLSTEIN Morenci High School, 1, 2, 3. MARY H. HONECK Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, Rel. Ch., 3, Prog, Ch., 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 2, Science Club, 3,Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman, Li- brary Club, 3, Pres., 4, Student Council, 4, Junior Class Play, College Club, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir, 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, Wild- cats' Roar Staff, Buckeye Co- editor, 4. IRMA L. KENT. Retailing Club, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3 4, F.H.A, 1, 2, 3, Girls, Glee Club 2, 3, Mixed Choir, 2, 3. JANET L. LEFLER Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, letter- man, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club, 3, Treas., 4, Re- serve Cheerleader, Choir, 2, 3,4, Triple Trio, 4, Music Contest, 1, 2, 4, Senior Girls En- semble, 4, All Star 2, College Club. 4. MARILYN M. LANGE Retailing Club, Club, 3. 1, 3, Mixed Volleyball, 1, 5 4, Commercial CHARLES H. KOLBE Reserve Basketball, 2, Wildcats' Roar Staff, 4, Buckeye Photo- graphy Ed., 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4, Student Council, 4, Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 4, Mixed Quartet, 4. SHIRLEY LAND Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club, 2, 4, Sec. 3, Library Club, 2, 3,4, Wildcats' Roar Staff, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 3,4,' Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4, gogege Club, 4, All Star Basket- a ,2. KEITH C. KURBER Northwestern Prep School, 4, Re- serve Football, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Mixed Choir, 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Play, Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Intra- murals, 1, 2, 3, Science Club, 3. 91 MANUEL MARTINEZ Varsity Football, 2, 3, Reserve Basketball, 1, Varsity Track, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, 3, Intra- murals, 1, 2,3, 4, N-Club, 2, 3. JAMES H. MCCOLLEY Inil. Arts Club, 2, 3, 4. sz MARLENE L. LIDDLE Y-Teens 2 3 4' G.A.A. 3 4' Com- mercial Club, ,2, 3, 4, Art Club, 3 Hall Monitor, 1, 2, Senior Girls Ensemble, 4, Movie Projectionist, Sec. 4. ROSE M. LIKE Liberty Center, 1, 2, 3, Art Club, 4, Commercial Club, 4. 7 1 BARBARA J. MEYER Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 3,4,.Gir1s Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 3,4, Senior Girls' Ensemble, 4 Triple Trio, 4, German Club, V: Pres., 3, Sec., 4, Hall Monitor, 1, 2 Junior Class Play, -an li JACK L. MYERS Varsity Football, 3, 4, Reserve, 2 Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Reserve 25 N-Club, 3, V. Pres, 45 Boys Glee Club, 1, 2, 45 Mixed Choir, 2 45 Hi-Y, 2, 3. 45 Student Council, 1 3' Junior Class Pla Wildcats , ya 5 Roar Sports Ed., 45 Buckeye Staff, 4. JACQUELINE J. MULLETT Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club, 45 Sr. Girls' Ensemble, 4. ALMA M. MILLER G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls, Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Cafe- teria Worker, 45 Cafeteria Cash- ier, 4. V: 'V .imtgzf MILDRED M. MOHRING Y-Teens, 2, 3, Publicity, 45 F.H.A., 2, 3, 45 Library Club, 3,45 Art Club, Treasurer, 35 Commercial Club, 3, Treasurer, 45 Hall Monitor, 45 Scholarship Tests, 1,35 Junior Class Play5 G.A.A. Cabinet, 3. ROBERT G. MILLER Retailing Club, 45 Boys' Glee Club, 4. 93 PAUL W. NIEBEL, JR. Class Officer, V. Pres., 1, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track, 1, 2, Reserve, 3, N-Club, 2, 3, 4, Ind. Arts Club, 3, 4, F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms, 4, Student Council 4. JOSEPH E. RIEGER Gilmour Academy, 1, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Reserve, 2, Reserve Track, 2, N-Club, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms, 3, Boys' Glee Club, 4, Mixed Choir, 4, Student Council, 4, Bowling Green Scholarships, 2, 3, Intra- murals, 2, 3, 4, College Club, 4, Buckeye Staff, 4, Wildcats' Roar Bus. Mgr., 4. PATRICIA A. ROHDA Latin Club, 1, F.H.A., 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 4. 94 RAYMOND C. PLASSMAN Ind. Arts Club, Sec., 3, Retailing Club, V. Pres., 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4. GERALD W. ROGERS Varsity Football, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3, N-Club, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Treas 4, Band 3, Boys' Glee Club, 3, 4 Mixed Choir, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Pres., 4, Art Club. Pres. 3 Junior Class Play. 3 1 5 5 JOYCE A. THOMPSON Latin Club, 1, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, Letterman, Girls' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council, 3, Cheerleader, Re- serve, 2, 3, Varsity, 4, Junior Class Play. NEAL C. STURDAVANT Ind. Arts Club, 3, 4, F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, Treas., 4. L. LAVONNE SHORT Class Treasurer, 3, Latin Club, 1, 2, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A., 4, Library Club, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 4, Hall Monitor, 1, 2, Varsity Cheerleader, 4, Re- serve, 2, 3, Nat, Honor Society, 3, Sec., 4, Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 3, All Star Volleyball, 3, All Star Basketball, 2, 3. EUGENE F. STEVENS Class Officer, V. Pres., 4, Varsity Football, 4, Reserve Basketball, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3, Student Council, 4. JOAN J. SHUMAKER G.A.A, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 3, F.H.A., 2,3,4, Sec., 3, Commercial 4, Nat- ional Honor Society, 3, Sec., 4. 95 W. EUGENE WATKINS Ind. Arts Club, 3, 4, Retailing Club, 4, MARGARET A. WALTERS Y-Teens, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A., 2, 4g H torian, 3g Girls' Glee Club, 2, 43 Hall Monitor, 4. 96 ls- 3, RICHARD L. TRAVIS Varsity Basketball Manager, 3 Reserve, 23 Varsity Football Man- ager, 1, 2, 3, 45 Ind. Arts Club, 3 Junior Class Play, RALPH H. VEIGEL lnd. Arts Club, 3, V. Pres. 45 F.F.A 2, 3, Sec., 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, SHIRLEY M. WALTERS Y-Teens, 23 Retailing Club, 45 G.A.A., 3g F.H.A., 35 Girls, Glee Club, 3, Hall Monitor, 3, Movie Projectionist, 25 Junior Class Play. viii-kN 'YY :S J X1- 1 V RONALD P. YOCUM Reserve Football, 3, 4g Ind. Arts Club, 33 Retailing Club, 43 Boys' Glee Club 4g Junior Class Play, Mixed Choir, 3. JANYTH R. ZELLERS F.H.A., 1, 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 4: Cafeteria, 2, 3, 4, JOAN G. ZACHRICH G.A.A, 2, 3, 49 Cabinet lg F. H, A., V. Pres., 3, Pres. 4g Girls' Glee Club, 45 Commercial Club V. Pres., 4. G naduat ion 1953 -4 sway - ' pvxx wmv' ,punk ' Q , xvlli Nb . gun 5 QQQXNXXXN Q NX x V pusy, 11119 'QNX' ,mm Qxwmxxx- Ji , 3 K? WHS 9x"""'Wi""+v E Ill 4 0 . vl 3 , H' 1 ie! 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'Q LJ 1, 'mf Nunrfg 'F-Za K O 5 5 fm fl' gifrl I A if .ai Q 5 .Y ' M 5 ef , X LES J 1 lsgzll Q 12' by 'lr M-. 1 11: r "'u . - sd ii A 52:----u 3'L ni fi! ll I A 3' sg 1 ' 135, ,, i , , 'lbw W-W fy.. 51, ,V HW r - "" mv ,M e I .ff 9 WY Qfm 95,6 5 Y n 6 Editor, R. Joseph 106 Standing: Mr. Lenhart, R. Joseph. Seated: A. Hagen, B. Behrens, S, Babcock, A. M. Hoff, M. Honeck, S. Land, R. Dickey, C. Kolbe, J. Myers, J . Rieger. is ...W F ,i 'Us' Wildcats' Roar Feature Editor, S. Land, Business Man ager, R. Dickey Sports Editors, J. Myers, S. Babcock Buckeye Literary Editor, A. Hagen, Photography 1 q x"""s-.,i Z3 6' Q Co-Editors, A, M. Hoff, M. Honeck ,Q , Q Editor, C. Kolbe. ager, J. Rieger The Editors present the annual to Mr. Johnson, Advertising, B. Behrens, Business Man- 107 The Family CAST Florence ...... Ann Hagen, Joan Zachrich Hannibal ...... Joe Riegcr, Richard Blue Fairy May. .Janet Lefler, La Vonne Short Jeffery ........ Jerry Rogers, Jack Myers Mrs. Paddy ....,...... Shirley Bockelman Margaret Walters Titus ........ Robert Carter, Charles Dille Samuel .... Robert Joseph, Richard Travis Lily l3clle.Barbara Behrens. Shirley Land Ethel S3X'klL1l'..M1ll'X' Iloneck. Kay Brown Miss Wilhclinina ...... Ann Mary Hoff, Pat Gillespie Dr, Emmett ....... ..... C harles Kolbe, 'Rinhnwl Dir-kev Senior Class Play The Guests "THE CURIOUS SAVAGE" The Senior Class presented "The Curio Savage" a comedy in three acts, on April and May 1. The play, written by John Pa rick, was directed by Mr. Richard Lenhart The story concerns Mrs. Savage, a wom who inherits ten million dollars, from ll husband and sets up a memorial fund wi the money. Her selfish children, seeking get the money for themselves commit to "The Cloistersv. She there meets peo Who, for the first time, like her for what is and not for the fact that she is treme ously Wealthy. Her happiness with the other inrnatl whose lives are also changed by her on look on life, is marred only with the retu of her children, who each strive to get t money for themselves. She destroys th plans by letting their greed lead them ixj ridiculous situations. The play, with its simple, vibra comedy, portrays the warmth ai dignity of the sheltered life with the four walls of "The Cloisters" aw from the insane, outside World. The Staff . . ,as-.. Faculty Play THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" "The Man Who Came To Dinner", a comedy in three acts, was presented by the Napoleon High School faculty on March 23 and 24. The play Was under the direction of Mr. Richard Lenhart. Proceeds from the play went for the Faculty Scholarship which was awarded to an outstanding senior at graduation. CAST Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley .... Lois Johnson Miss Preen .............. Opal McFarland Richard Stanley .... ..... W illiam Straub June Stanley .... ...... E veAnn Straub John .......... ........... M elvin Carl Sarah .............. Rosemary Nestleroad Mrs. Dexter .......,.... Betty Theobold Mrs, McCutcheon ...... Dorothy Hartman Mr. Stanley ............. Pharon Heckler Maggie Cutler ...... Mary Jane Robinson Dr. Bradley ............ John Swearingen Sheridan Whiteside ..... Robert Robinson Harriet Stanley .............. Sylvia Ross Bert Jefferson ................ John Beck Professor Metz ........ Katherine Russell Luncheon Guests ............ Ruth Stone Thelma Gardner Mrs. Baker ....... ......... O ra Green Expressman .............. George Shabel Lorraine Sheldon .......... Kay Lenhart Sandy ............ Charles Buckenmeyer Sidney Carlton .......... Richard Lenhart Wescott .................... Francis Sloat Radio Technicians ...... William Mossing Otha Whitcomb Banjo ................ Thomas McFarland Deputy ..... .... M ichael Dunham 109 66 Sub -Aqua -FantasL The name of the 1952 Juniop Senior Prom was "Sub-Aqua-Fa tasy." Bizarre deep sea fish and a mu ticolored crystal light gave an und the sea illusion. Music was providg by Ernie Duffie1d's Orchestra, Wh were seated on the deck of a sunke Spanish galleon. Junior Class Play Q "PI0alsaed Ta Nlvvtchu " The Junior Class presented "Pleased ta Meet- cha" a mystery-comedy in three acts on November 20 and 21. Mr. Robert Robinson was director of the production. The play, a story of a country family suddenly turned rich, was combined with humor and mys- tery in a combination that was enjoyed by all. JUNOR CLASS PLAY CAST Mrs. Bixby .......... Ilene Sattler, Betty Watson Henry Bixby ...... Daniel Selhorst, Keith Honeck Betty .,............ Donna Gasser, Carol Germann Binks ........ Lee Watchman, Vernon Wittenberg Marie ............ Beverly Krum, Jeanie Jackson Elmer .,....................... Ronald Thielman Mr. Beevy .... .... H arlan Billow, Jack Cortright Archie ....... ....... J ohn Harrison, Jan Hoeffel Mr. Grimes .......... 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HAGEN AND SON S Furniture AUGENSTEIN AND HOEFFEL "Clothes For Dad And Lad" C. I. RAMUS COMPANY 715 N. Perry Street Napoleon. Ohio Appliances-Television Tires-Auto Parts-Accessories Recappinq-Vulcanizinq CONRADS Fine Shoes For The Family P011 Parrot Trim Tred larman Shoes AUSTERMILLER AND LUCAS Marathon Service COMMUNITY BANK "Come And Bank With Us" H8 NAPOLEON HARDWARE Glenn Speiser Phone 7821 Napoleon. Ohio BILLIG MOTOR SA'-ES REICHERTS IEWELRY Oldsmobile-Cadillac GMC Trucks O. K. Safety Tested Used Cars STORE Fine I ewelry-Gifts ii PATRONS PATRONS Marlowe Witt Judge F. G. Behrens E G Weaks sHoE sronn D ' Dr. Kenneth E. Dye II. J. Lashuay SANDLER Of Boston Gilbert And Herr Drugs ierry's Beauty Shoppe Funkhouser Motor Co. BILL TRAVIS o , J fi f 1- D MOTOR SALES INC. Sales FORD Service i Phone 6881 Napoleon, ohio 4 Q 1 . . BAUMAN HOME OIL COMPANY Live Stock Order Buyer Napoleon, Ohio Phone 3681 Marketers Gas-Oils-Fuel Oil Tires-Batteries I 19 wfjm, mgnyfjf Bmw WWW M? Wfilfsgzifm Lpwgggf ig Caffe,-4 My i W W' QYQE jf WW WZTVQZQ NW? dwg? Wwfggfffigm 1 M Adams, Gerald .... Agler, Gary ..... Agler, Shirley .... Amos, Alleynne . . . Amos, Janet ....... Index .....32 .......56 ....32, 38,44 ......51,82 Armitage, Arlene ..... 44,56 Armitage, Frances ..... .... 44 , 82 Armitage, James ........................ 22 Anderson, Marlene . . . .32, 38, 42, 50, 75, 76, 77, 97, 101, 103 Arps, Donna ........................ 32, 52 Ashenfelter, James ............ 32, 45, 59, 62 Babcock, Lawrence .................. 32, 39 Babcock, Sharon ......3s,42,50,51, 69, 76, 77, 79, 82, 101, 106 Badenhop, Ray .............. 32, 39, 45, 59,62 Badenhop, Wallis . . . Bair, Norman . . . . . ......32, 59, 62 Bankey, Eugene . . . ................. . . 22 Bankey, James ................ 32, 43, 59, 62 Bankey, John .......... 43, 45, 56, 59, 60, 64, 68 Barton, Mary Lou ................. 32, 41, 50 82 Bauman, Valda .... Beck, John ........ ....38,44,48,50,5L ...............2s,49 Behnfeldt, Betty .... .......... 2 2, 50, 59 Behnfeldt, Donald . . Behrens, Barbara 35, 36, 38, 42, 44, 50, 51, 75, 82, 86, 106, 107, 108 Bergstedt, Doris ................ 32, 36, 44, 50 Bernicke, James .... 31, 32, 41, 51, 59, 62, 64, 65 Billow, Harlan . . . . . . . .34, 39, 41, 43, 55, 56, 59, 61, 63, 64, 65 Bischoff, Bonnie . . Blair, Harold ............................ 32 Bliss, Ronald ............................ 32 Blitz, Patricia .... 36, 42, 43, 50, 56, 77, 79, 104 Blue, Richard . . . . . .34, 42, 43, 46, 50, 51, 56, 77, 79, 83, 108 Bockelman, Larry .... 32, 39, 41, 43, 48, 50, 68 Bockelman, Marilyn ...... 38, 42, 46, 50, 52, 56 Bockelman, Shirley ......35, 37, 38, 42, 50, 51, 52, 76, 77, 83, 108 Bockelman, Wayne ................ 22, 41, 50 Bokerman, Beverly Bost, Donald ........ Bost, Marjorie .... Bost, Nancy ..... Bost, Rosalie .... Bowles, Joanne Brell, Elizabeth .... Brell, Rosemary . . ............ 32, 44 Bressler, Richard .... ..u...22,41,50,52 ....47,57,59,6o,83 ........46,50,56 .............56 ........32 50 56 .....42, 46: 47: 83 .....44, 46, 47, 48, 83 .........22, 45 Brown, Carolyn .................. 35, 36, 37 38, 41, 42, 44, 50, 51, 52, 76, 77, 84, 97, 108 Bruns, Eilert ........................ 22, 49 Bruns, Joan ........ Buchenburg, Robert . Buckenmeyer, Charles Buckmaster, Shirley . Bunn, Nancy ........ Burkholder, George . Bush, Geary ........ Buston, Sonja ...... Campbell, Nadine Carter, Robert ...... ............. ..22 ......26, 59, 64, 68, 103 .......36, 38, 42, 56, 111 ...........22,41,50 ............ 22,49 .....32, 41, 43,52 ..........32, 36, 50 .......35, 38, 42, 50,84 35, 39, 42, 43, 45, 50,' 51, 59, eo, 63, 34, 108 Christy, Todd ....... Clark, Carole Cochran, Phil ..... Coleman, Luella .... Conkey, Bill Conkel, Guy ........ Conklin, Bernita ..... 45 Cortright, Charlene . . . Cortright, Charles Cortright, Jack 39, 41, Cowdrick, Dennis .... Craig, Carol ........ Cramer, Don ..... Cramer, Howard Crawford, Gene .... Crossland, Marlene . . Cuff, John Dachenhaus, Carolyn 45 . . . .36, 42, 46, 84, 105 .......22,41,52,69 ............32,5o ...............a2 84 .............a5 85 .....47, 59, 61, ...............45,85 ,56, 59, 61, 64, 65, 111 ........32,37,48, 52 ..........22,50 45 ...........46,52,56 ........32, 26,35 ....32, 36, 38, 42, 52, 50 Dachenhaus, Ida ........ Dachenhous, Lois .... Dachenhaus, Luella . Dachenhaus, Ronald . Dannenberg, Nina . .. Davis, Shirley Daum, Bill ...... Denny, Richard Denny, Russell .... Detmer, Jerry .... Detmer, Sally ........ Dickey, Richard ......35, 37, 39, 41, 4 Dieringer, Walter .... Dietrich, Richard .... Dietrich, Richard .... Dille, Richard ..... Donnett, Bill ...... Donley, Janet ..... Druhot, Nancy .... 3, 79 . .42, 44, 56, 76, 77, . .32,t36, 42, 44, 46, 77 50 .......59, 61, 85, 108 ,.........22, 44, .....32, 59, 60, 68 . . . .34, 55, 56, 59, 62 ......U...22,34,72 . .42, 44, 50, 76, 77, 85 48, 52, 81, 86, 106, 108 ..................56 ............22,49 ..........34,39,56 . . . .43, 49, 50, 86, 108 . . . .32, 43, 45, 59, 62 ...., ...22, 42, 50 ......22,34,5o Index Dunham, Michael .. . ............... 26, 45 Durham, Roberta ........................ 86 Dye, Sue ........ ....35, 38, 41, 42, 50, 51, 86 Eberly, Gene ..... .................... 5 6 Eichoff, Marsha ..... ............ 2 2, 44, 50 Elling, Marie ........ Engel, Geraldine .... Fedderke, Dinna ..... Fahringer, Marilyn .......86 .......32 .....41, 50, 52 Ferguson, James ........................ 56 Fetter, Judy .................. 22, 50, 69, 72 Fillbright, Beth ....,. 34, 37, 41, 42, 50, 56, 104 Fleagle, Janet .............. 32, 38, 41, 42, 50 Franz, Eleanor ............. 32, 44, 50 Franz, Janet ......... Frederick, Lynn .... Freytag, Erma .... Freytag, Jerry ..... ............22,44 ....4a,v6,v7,v9,a7 . ............... 56 Fruchey, Ruth ...................... 26, 44 Fruth, Judith .............. 38, 42, 46, 47,, 87 Fruth, Larry L. . .34, 43, 59, 60, 63, 64, 65, 81 ,87 Fruth Larry ............................. 32 Fry, William ..... Gable, Gene .... Gable, Ilene ....... .................22,50,51 .....22, 50 Gallagher, Deanne .................... 32, 44 Gallagher, Jerry . ....................... 87 Gasser, Donna Gasche, Delmar .. Gebers, Marvin ........ Gerken, Eugene ........ German, Frederick Germann, Carol ....34,36,42,5o,51,55, ..36, 41, 42, 50, 52, 56, 105 50 ..........45, 49, 56 32, 37, 39, 41, 48, 52 .....,...........22,41,50 56,74,76,77, 105,111 Gilbert, Janice .................... 38, 56, 77 Gillespie, Patricia ..... Glanz, Delbert .... Glore, Donelda Glore, Gail ........ Good Constance .... Grant, Tom ..... Grant Jack .... Gray, Robert .... .38, 42, 46, 48, 87, 108 ..............41,48 ..........44, 50 .........32,37,4l ....32, 36, 37, 38, 41 .22, 41, 50, 69, 72, 97 Green, Jackie ..... ..... 2 2, 34, 50, 69, 72 Groll, Charles ..... Gunter, Kenneth Haas, Audrey' .... Haas, Ervin ..... Haas, Lucille .... Haase, Bruce ........... Haase, Kenneth ......... Hagen, Ann ....... ..............22,41 ....38, 46, 88 ......49,88 ...........32,38,44 ...........22,41,48 .31, 32, 41, 59, 62, 68 36, .........34,35, 38, 41, 42, 44, 50, 51, 75, 88, 97, 106, 107, 108, 119 Hagen, Barbara .................. 34, 35, 36 38, 41, 42, 44, 50, 51, 81, 88, 97, 101, 103, 119 Hagen, Bill ........................ 22, 41, 50 Hagen, Tony .......... 22, 41, 48, 50, 51, 69, 72 Hahn, Paul . . . ................ 47,' 89 Hahn, Sue .......... ....... 2 2, 44, 50 Hall, Kenneth ....... ..... 4 3, 45, 61, 89 Handyside, Carolyn .... .... 2 2, 41, 50, 52 Handyside, Judith .... .... 3 8, 41, 50, 56 Hann, Marlene ..... ........ 5 1, 88 Hardy, Robert .... ..... 3 2, 59, 61 Hardy, Wilma . . . ........... . .22 Harrison, John . .. ..... 37, 41, 56, 97 Harmon, Ronald .... ......... 3 2, 41, 48 . . . .27, 37, 39, 101 Heckler, Pharon .... Hefflinger, Darrell .................. 22, 45 Heitman, Julie ........36, 38, 41, 42, 46, 50, 51, 56, 105, 111 Helberg, Roger ...................... 22, 49 Herman, Angela .... ...... 2 2, 41, 48, 52, 97 Herman, Gene .... ........ 4 0, 43, 56, 59, 62 Herman Robert .......... 34, 37, 43, 48, 49, 89 Hershberger, Jerry ...................... 56 Hershberger, Robert .... ............ 3 7, 89 Hess, Carol ........... ..... 3 2, 38, 44, 50 Hess, Janet .......... ....... 2 2, 44, 50 Hill, Donna ...... ....... 4 8 Hillis, Ronald ..... ......... 2 2 Hoeffel, Ann .... ........... 5 6 Hoeffel, Betty ..... .... 3 2, 36, 46, 50 Hoeffel, Bill ..... ........ 2 2, 45 Hoeffel, Jan ........................ 56, 111 Hoff, Ann Mary . . . .34, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42, 50, 51, 89, 106, 107 Hollstein, Janet ...................... 36, 90 Honeck, Keith .......... 39, 42, 43, 56, 111 Honeck, Mary . .32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 50, 51, 52, 90, 106, 107, 108 Howe, Bill ........... 36, 56, 59, 64, 68, 97, 103 Howe, John .... ....................... 3 2 Hoy, Marcia .............. 22, 34, 41, 48, 50, 52 Hurst, Ruth ................ 32, 36, 38, 44, 48 Jackson, Eugenia 36, 38, 42, 46, 50, 56, 105, 111 Jaqua, Jack ............................. 90 Johnson, George . . . ............... . .56 Johnson, J . L. .............. 12, 24, 34, 35, 107 Joseph, James .................... 23, 45, 50 Joseph, Robert 34, 35, 39, 41, 50, 51, 90, 106, 108 Kahrs, Edward .................... 39, 49, 56 Kent, Irma ........................ 42, 47, 90 Kimberly, Paul ..... .......... 2 3 Kline, Ted ....... Knepley, Julian Knipp, Carolyn ..... Kolbe, Charles . Krum, Krum, Kruse, Kruse, Beverly ..... Janet .. Bill . . . Joan .... Kryling, Bill Kurber, Keith ..... Land, Carole Index ......23, 49 ...........23,41, 50,52 ..34, 50, 91, 106, 107, 108 .36, 38, 42, 46, 50, 56, 105 ""'f1fQQfi:3,Q .....34, 41, 56, Michaelis, Clarence Miller Alma ...... Miller Alvin ..... Miller, Bernard . . . Miller, Betty .... Miller, Gary ...... Miller Joyce ..... Miller, Mary Jane Miller Norman Miller Robert . .. Miller Ruth ...... ........36, 38, 40, 42, 46, 50, 51, 52, 76, 111 Land, Shirley 35, 36, 37, 38, 41, 42, 46, 50, 51, 91, 104, 106, 108 Land Richard .............. 32, 39, 59, 62, 68 Lange, Marie' .............. 40, 44, 50, 52,' 56 Lange Marilyn ...................... 47, 91 Lefler, Janet ..........35, 38, 40, 42, 50, 51, 52, 77, 91, 108 Leifer, Sandra ................ 38, 42, 48, 56 Lemon, Bruce ...... .......... 4 1, 33 Lemon, Kathleen ..... ........ 2 3, 50 Lenhart, Richard ..... 27, 101, 106 Leonard, Jim . . . .......... . .22 Liddle, Loren ..... ........... 3 3 Liddle, Marlene ..... .... 3 8, 46, 51, 92 Like, Rose ........ ............ 9 2 Lloyd, DeAnna ..... ..... 4 2, 50, 56 Lombardi, Michael . .. ........ 27, 52 Lowry, Harry .... Lowry, Maxine ..... Lucas, Mary Lee .... Ludeman, Constance Mann, Carole ....... Mann, Connie .... Mapes, Ann ....... ......3, 39, 59, ......38, 42, 52, .. .... 23, 41, 50 ............23,41, Ludeman, Ronald .......... 34, 45, 56, . . .38, 40, 44, 50, 52, 57, ............38, 42, ........33,36,38 Martinez, John ..... ........ 2 1, Martinez, Lucille ..... ..... 3 3, 76 Martinez, Manual .... McCol1ey, James ....49, 42, 59, ......43,, McFarland, Opal ..................... 27, McFarland, Thomas .................. 27, Meyer, Barbara ...... 35, 38, 40,' 42, 50, 51, Meyer, Carol ..... ............... 3 3, 36, Meyer, Harlen Meyer, Judy ...... Meyer, Maurice .... Meyers, Chagles Meyers, Lawrence .. Michaelis, Bernard ...... Michaelis, Betty Jane ........45, ....33,38,41, ......49, ...............- ..............23,50, .....42, 44, 50, 51,93 ............23, 51 ..........33, 59 ....33, 36, 38, 50 .....33, 39, 52 ........33 ....23, 51 93 , 33 Mohring, Mildred .... 36, 38, 44, 46, 48, 51, 93 Mohring, Norma ......................... 23 Moon, Mary Jane ..........34,36,3 7, 41, 42, 50, 51, 57, 79, 104 Mossing, William .............. 28, 43, 59, 64 Mueller, Marlene . . . ...........33,36,44 Mullen, MarJor1e ..................... 23, 50 Mullett, Jacqueline Myers, Jack 44, 50, 51, 39 . . . . . . . . . .39, 43, 50, 51, 59, 60, 64, 65, 93, 106 Myers, Sandra 36,38,42,46,50,5l,52,57,74,76,77,78,79,l05 N estleroad, Jan .......... 23, 50, 51, 72 Nestleroad, Rosemary ................ 28, 36 N iebel, Bill ........ Norden, Dale ............ Norden, Frederick .... Norden, Mary Lou .... Nye, Bernard ...... Nye, Eldon ..... Nye, Richard ..... Ordway, Phyllis .... Ory, Terry ..... Ory, Tom ........ Owens, Rachel Pacey, Mary ...... Panning, Richard .... Parcels, Charles . . ...- 39, 43,45, 59 64, 94 ............45, 57 .....39,40, 57, 111 ..........28,47 ............23, 34 ..3l, 33, 45, 59, 97 36, 38, 42, 50, 57, 75 ......39, 41, 48, 57 ....21, 23, 41, 48, 50 .....23,41,50,75 .......41,50,52 ......45,57 ................23 Pauley, Leon .............. Phillips, Peggy Jo .... Plassman, Ray Plotts, Clara ...... Polker, Richard .... Precht, Barbara .... Precht, Bill ....................... Puehler, Nancy -.......... 23,49 69,77,97,1o1,1o3,1o4 ...................47, 94 .......36,38,41,42,57 ....23 .......33 ..........33,35,36,37,38,4l,42n 50,51,75 Puehler, Norma ..,....... 23, 41, 50, 51, 52, 74 Quillman, Carolyn ................ 23, 44, 50 Rafferty, Anley .. ...... 36,42,44,50,51,57,75,76,77,105 Rasey, Bainbridge Rasey, Byron . , ................ 33, 50, 51, 62 4 Index Rauch, Irene ..... ....... 3 3, 36, 50 Steele, Ralph ..................... 39, 49, 57 Reichert, Robert ..... 23, 51, 69, 72 Stephey, Georgia .................... 44, 50 Rettig, Shirley .. . ...... 33, 36, 44, 46 Stevens, Eugene . .34, 43, 59, 60, 64, 65, 81, 95 Richley, Barton ........ 1 .... 37, 39, 41, 52, 57 Riebesehl, Dale . ,33 Rieger, Joe .34, 35, 41, 43, 50, 59, 60, 94, 106, 107 Riggs, Mary . .23, 41, 42, 50, 74, 76, 97, 101, 103 Riggs, Rita ...... 36, 38, 42, 50, 51, 57, 74, 75, 77 Robinson, Robert .................... 28, 111 Rochester, Charlene .................. 23, 44 Rochester, -Charles, . . . .... . .23 Roesti, Dean ............................ 57 Rogers, Jerry ....35, 39, 40, 43, 50, 51, 59, 61, 94, 103, 108 Rohda, Patricia .................... 44, 50, 94 Ross, Sylvia ........... ..... 2 8, 50, 51 Rothenberger, Carolyn . . . ....... 23, 44 Russell Katherine .................... 29, 38 Sampson, Barbara .................... 29, 42 Sattler, Ilene ..36, 38, 40, 42, 46, 48, 50, 52, 57 Stevens, Janet .................... 23, 50, 51 Stevens, Janet Lee ............31, 33, 38, 41, 42, 50, 52 76,77 Stone, Ruth ...................... 29, 40, 41 Straub, William .. ............ 29 Strohl, William .................. 33, 37, 52 Sturdavant, Neal .................. 45, 49, 95 Swick, Larry . .39, 43, 52, 57, 59, 61, 64, 68, 111 Taylor, Kaye ................ 23, 41, 50, 51, 52 Teeple, Betty .................... 44, 46, 57 Teeple, Larry ...... . ........ 23, 50, 51, 72 Thielman, Ronnie .......... 34, 43, 57, 65, 111 Thompson, Joyce . .35, ss, 40, 42, 50, 51, 69, 95, 100, 101, 103, 1 Travis, Beverly ..... Travis, Richard ..... Vand Dyk, Keith . . . Viegel, Ralph ...... ...33, 36, aa, 42, 46, 48, ...........43,59,96,1 05 50 08 ...............39,41,5'z .....39, 45, 49, 96 Scheele, Barbara ........ 33, 36, 38, 42, 46, 50 34 Schnitkey, Bill ..... ........... 2 3, , 69 Schnitkey, Jim .......................... 41 Schnitkey, Marlene ........ 33, 36, 38, 44, 46 Schnitkey, Richard .33, 34, 41, 43, 59, 62, 68, 72 Schroeder, Charles ...................... 23 Schroeder, Mary Ann ................ 44, 57 Schroeder, Richard .... .......... 2 3 Schuette, Ruth ............ - ........ 23, 44, 50 Schultz, Eldon .......................... 33 Schwab, Marilyn .... 36, 42, 50, 52, 57, 75, 79 Seiple, Marilyn ............ 38, 42, 46, 50, 57 Selhorst, Danny ...... 37, 41, 48, 50, 57, 59, 62 Shabel, George ...................... 29, 49 Shafer, Judy ..... .......... 2 3, 41, 52, 74 Sharpe, James ..... ...... 4 9, 57 Shartzer, Janet ................ 21, 23, 50, 52 Vocke, Carolyn .... ...... 3 3, 36, 44 VonDeylen, Leona .................... 33, 44 VonDeylen, Martha ...................... 23 Walker, Barbara ...... 36, 38,i41, 42, 44, 48, 57 Walker, Terry .......... 41, 48, 50, 51, 69, 72 Walters, Margaret .... 38, 44, 48, 50, 51, 96, 108 Walters, Rex ................ ............ 3 3 Walters, Shirley ...................... 47, 96 Ward, chole Ann ..33, 37, 38, 41, 42, 50, 51, 52 Watchman, Lawrence .................. 57 Watchman, William .................. 39, 57 Watkins, Eugene .................... 47, 96 Watson, Betty ...... 34, 38, 41, 42, 57, 77, 111 Weirauch, Lawrence .................... 23 Wendt, Collette .. . . . .36, 37 41, 42, 50, 51, 57, 74, 77, 79, 104 Shartzer, Judith .............. 23, 41, 50, 74 Shartzer, Sandra . .33, 38, 41, 42, 50, 75, 76, 77 Short, LaVonne ......................... 35 36, 38, 42, 44, 50, 51, 69, 75, 77, 78, 95, 101, 108 Showman Marlene .......... 36, 46, 50, 51, 57 Shumaker, Joan .... .... 3 5, 42, 44, 46, 51, 95 Slight, Dorothy .... ........... 3 8, 48, 57 Slight, Marcille ...................... 33, 44 Snyder, Jerry ........................ 33, 49 Snyder, Mary Beth .33, 38, 41, 42, 50, 52, 76, 77 Spencer, Barbara ..................... 33, 52 Spencer, Betty .............. 33, 41, 42, 50, 52 Spittler, Pat ....... .............. 5 0 Steele, Ronald .... ----- 3 3 Wiechers, Constance WiemKen, Ruth . .. .......21,23,41,5o, 52 23 Willeman, David .... ........... 2 3, 49 Willeman, Ruth . . . ..... . .33 Willford, Richard . .................... 57 Wittenberg, Vermon . . . .40, 43, 46, 50, 52, 55, 57, 59, 60, 64, 68, 111 Woodward, Rosalie ...................... 23 Wortman, Joan . .33, 35, 37, 38, 41, 42, 50, 51, 52 Yarnell, Danny ...................... 49, 57 Yocum, Ronald ...................... 47, 97 Zachrich, Joan . .34, 42, 44, 46, 51, 56, 77, 97, 108 Zellers, J anyth .................. 44, 50, 97 O 5157 5 ,. 6 Ml f f 1


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