Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

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IILL STHR Losers- Whife Angels TOP ROW: Margaret Like, Joyce Walker, Judy Gasser. MIDDLE ROW: Jackie Cramer, Judy Shafer, Jean Graetz. BOTTOM ROW: Betty Funchion, Esther Panning, Marilyn Fouts. Captain: Karen Lowry. ,ur Winners- Blue Devils TOP ROW: Sandy Moore, Elizabeth Lyfle, Becky Kurber. MIDDLE ROW: Mary Ann Brink, lane! Bernicke, Joan Lepley. !OTTOM ROW: Marge Cobb, Pal 'Iaase, Janice Hoy. Iapfain: Connie Wiechers. -11 li Y' The Napoleon High School BUCKEYE O F I 9 5 6 Published by The Journalism Class Edifor CONNIE WIECHERS Cover Design Sfudenf Photographer EILERT BRUNS CHARLES EBERLY Business Manager Advisor MARY LEE LUCAS RICHARD A. LENHART Table of Contenfs FACULTY .... . . 7 SENIORS ..... . . I3 UNDERCLASSES . . . . . 27 JUNIOR HIGH .... . . . 39 ORGANIZATIONS . . . . . 45 SPORTS ...... . . . 67 FEATURES ...... . . . 83 ADVERTISEMENTS . . . . . 99 Theme: SHADOWS Moffo: "IN OUR HANDS OUR FUTURE LIES" Flower: ORCHIDS Color: I LAVENDER AND WHITE 9' Cleon Dubbs Brillhart claims the whole state of Pennsylvania for his home. Born at Liberty, Pa., July 27, 1892, the son of a United Brethren Minister, his family moved regularly every third year to new fields of work. Of Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry, he had the courage and ambition to work his own way through New Collegiate Institute and Albright College by wash- ing dishes and doing any other work that would help pay the way. He had the honor of being president of his senior class and president of the Y.M.- C.A. in 1915 and 1916. He played football, baseball and basketball all four years and after he received his A.B. Degree, he was invited to Bowling Green, Ohio, for an interview concern- ing the position of High School Coach. His pals loaned him clothes and money for the trip. He landed the iob and worked there for three years with the Bob Cats. lt was there that he found his good wife Edna. Mr. Brillhart loves the outdoors. His favorite hobbies are fishing, hunting, gardening, and raising chickens. You can't fool him on any of the good fishing holes in the Maumee. Being a Presbyterian he has worked aggressively in the church in the offices of trustee and elder. He is a Mason and and Elk. For many years he has served on the Carnegie Library Board. The Brillharts have two sons, William, an associate professor of Biology at Emory University, and Robert, a geolo- gist, who is engaged in oil exploration in the swamps of Louisiana. The Brill- harts live on West Maumee Ave. in the Brillhart addition. J From 1919 to 1925 the Napoleon Board of Education employed him as High School Principal. ln 1925 he became Superintendent. Growing with the school system he took post graduate work at the University of Michigan and received his Masters Degree in Education. Also he has taken periodic summer school work at Ohio State University, the Univer- sity of Wisconsin and Chicago University in order to keep abreast of educational trends. He is a member of both the Ohio and National Educational Association and of the National Association of School Administrators. ln 1942, he was honored by being elected President of the North- western Ohio Teachers Association. He ioined Kiwanis in 1922 and was elected President in 1927. Under his direction the club spearheaded a campaign for a new river bridge which was built in 1929. He has served on the Board of Directors and chairmaned many committees. His valued counsel and help has been sought on practically every civic proiect in these past three decades. Under his administration the teaching staff has increased and one new department after another has been added. He organized the band for the first time and broadened the music department, later the industrial arts, home economics and then distributive education. The auditorium and gymnasium dream materialized and along with it came a beautful school, library, school cafeteria, and last our two beautiful new Elementary Schools. "School is more than iust walls, bricks, and mortar. lt is spirit. lt is boys and girls, teachers and parents planning, working, and playing together. America's future sits today at classroom desks. America has offered freedom and opportunity such as no land before her has ever known. There is a voice in the soul of every human being that cries out to be free. America has answered that voice." He has a place in the hearts of all the student body. We wish him the very best that life has to offer. Miss Ora Green Miss Green has served as a loyal secretary and friend to Mr. Brillhart throughout his long career as Superintendent of Napoleon Public Schools. r:S'2-ffuasitixfezimfx-Mfr' X img? X X YS X XX Q X XXX XX .XXX S X X, X XXX XX Q XX X X . V, X X X 'Q ff X , Ll 2 4 X . XA Q , X - X X X SSS ! XX X 5 N X X XX X X s Kun--M. QNX'-Nilnml mei N53-W .., W . .. ,B W, . NSW SCH00l BUHRD es WWW P-N' SUM Ex ,few SAM ROZENMAN J Not Pictured BYRON SANEHOLTZ President V. ' Q I JOHN A. sANEHoLTz ce 'of -INZE Gs Z5 clerk 'dew '9 ,VFR P4 LMS? Mr. John I.. Johnson Principal-Napoleon High School B.S., M.A., Bowling Green State University For the past five years Mr. Johnson has served efficiently as principal of the High School. Outside of his iob of being prin- cipal, he teaches English and is the advisor to the Student Council. Mr. Johnson takes cl personal interest in every member of the student body and is always willing to ad- vise them. Lois Bischoff Principal's Secretary Mrs Bischoff has served as secretary to the High School Principal for the past seven years. The students all appreciate her cheery smile and friendly disposition. Kalamazoo B. S., Industrial JOHN V. CUFF Ph. B. Kenyon College, M. A. University of Michigan, His tory, Algebra, Business Law, National Honor Society Ad- visor. MICHAEL DUNHAM B. S. Ohio State University, ' A' Vocational- Agriculture, H F. F. A. Advisor. I r. 'Q . W DON FREEMAN 'L Western Michigan College, RICHARD LENHART B. S. Bowling Green State University, English, Speech and Dramatics, Journalism, Senior Class Play Director, "WiIdcat's Roar" and "Buck- eye" Advisor. Arts. W' . If f,-J RUTH FRUCHEY B. S. Bowling Green State University, Home Economics, F. H. A. Advisor. CHARLES L. BUCKENMEYER B. S. Bowling Green State University, Boys' Physical Education, Football Coach, Track Coach, Driver Educa- tion Instructor. 'KW' K Q WILLIAM MOSSING B. S., M. A. Bowling Green State University, Social Sci- ence, Athletic Director, As- sistant Football Coach, N. Club Advisor. MELVIN M. CARL it BERNARD HAAS B. A.- University of Toledo, Bowling Green State Univer- M. A. Bowling Green State sity, B. A. Liberal Arts, B. S. University, University ot X Q in Education, Chemistry, Michigan, University of Wis- y it Physics. consin, Jr. High Social Sci- ences. ' ' PHARON HECKLER B. S. Bowling Green State University, University of RQBERT N, CASE M Michigan, Ohio State Uni- B. 5. Miami University, High Q A i -' . N. 3? versity: General Science, School English. .1 A. ii Biology, Hi-Y and Science L, Club Advisor. ROGER KING Defiance College, B. S. Indi- 9 ana University, M. A. Miami . A University, Instrumental Mu- yy : sic - High School and F -. 1 Grades. ' brik i NED KNAPE ' Valparaiso University, B. S. in Physical Education, Amer- ican History, Driver Educa- MARTIN LASSEN tion Instructor, Basketball B- of P. S- M. Capitol Uni- Coach. versity, M. A. Ohio State University, Vocal Music Supervisor. KATHERINE LENHART B. S. Bowling Green State .,,. QRLEY STURDAVEN1' University, Girls' Physical Visiting Teacher Education, General Science, G. A. A. and Cheerleader Advisor. .' i C Q- I7 I . -5.-y .4 Y, . ' ROSEMARY NESTLEROAD B. S. Ohio State University, Librarian, Library Club Ad- gs ig ,L.z BEVERLY RICHARDS Syracuse University, Chau- tauqua, Bowling Green State University, Otterbein Col- lege B. A., Fine Arts. JOHN SWEARINGEN B. A. Bowling Green State University, Grade School Principal, Social Studies, Science. RUTH STONE A. B. Goucher College, De- pauw, Columbia University, Northwestern University, University of Paris, William and Mary, University of Michigan, Latin, German, Latin, German Club Advisor. JAN ET LEE STEVENS Grade s ch ool secretary. CLYDE SCHIE B. S. Bowling Green State University, 7th Grade Geog- raphy, Junior High and Ele- mentary Physical Education, Junior High Industrial Arts, Junior High Football, Bas- ketball, on MARGARET SHERMAN B. S. Bowling Green State University, Junior High Mathematics. d Track Coach. Advisor. ROBERT ROBINSON B. S. Ohio Northern, M. A. Ohio State University, Eng- lish, Junior Class Play Di- rector. JOHN SHELLY Ball State Teachers College, B. S. in Education, Distribu tive Education, Typing, Dis tributive Education Club Ad visor. WILLIAM SCRUTA B. S. Bowling Green State University, Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club Advisor. KATHARINE RUSSELL B. S. Ohio State Universit Mathematics, Y-Teens Clu MNQILLIAM STRAUB B. S. University of Toledo, Junior High History, Geog raphy, Science, English. B TY HEOBOLD MERLE WARDEN B. S. Bowling Green State A. B Ohio Wesleyan Typ University, Ferris Institute, ing Shorthand Office Prac Junior High English. tice Md' mg i t M M' IIIHIIITEIIHIIEE :Nom .xo Cafeteria ladies Mrs. Mildred Gallagher Mrs. Ocie Christy Mrs. Mary Gebhardt i Jim Hoy Ysvswxxvg John Gillespie Don Slugle Paul Hartman Cm' panning Orley Sturdavant Char Sworfzboo Sh 12 00,7 H O1-hh on lNot Pictured, Don Hefflinger : 'EMS La' H sg .5 Q i if as X 'K' .xg , x 'AK ki x W K t X r 5 M pf r. N, Kg '34 fv Y , wif, N X ,Q if -as M E 2. , A Q in X 3 , M K3 ' if 25 ig r i r r i? r 5 is I +V 4 , , 9 A x., WY' Q if 1: wi I Y 5 X X Senior Class Officers President ssss,,,,As .e .,.. Larry Teeple Secretary .ss... s......... M crcic Hoy 14 Vice President ........ 7.7...... T O om ry Treasurer .,.... ....... A ngela Herman SHIRLEY LOU EARLENE JANET AGLER A BROWN FHA 234- Hall Moni Grand Rapids 1 Bowling lor 4. Green 2,3. Mixed Choir 1 G'rls Glee Club 1 F.H.A.34. GENE RAYMOND BANKEY Football Varsity 3,4, Re- serve 25 Track Varsity 2, 35 Reserve 15 Mgr.5 N- Club 1,2,3,4. BETTY LOU BEHNFELDT Library Club 1,35 Glee Club 15 Mixed Choir 4. BONNIE JEAN BISCHOFF F.H.A. 3,45 Hall Monitor 4. WAYNE LOREN BOCKELMAN Latin Club 15 Glee Club 15 Movie Proiectionist 35 Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green 1,2, 35 National Honor Society, President 4. JAMES O. BOLES' Shelbyville High 1,2, 3. "Buckeye" Photographer. ' Withdrawn before Graduation. BEVERLY MAE BOKERMAN Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 45 Band 1,2, Letterman 35 Library Club 1,25 "Buck- eye" Senior Editor5 Glee Club 1,2,35 Mixed Choir 3,45 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff. 'F' l-'21 V2 NANCY LOUISE BUNN Latin Club 1,27 Y-Teens 2,4, Cabinet 37 G.A.A. Cabinet i,2,3,47 Library Club l,27 Girl's Sports Editor "Wildcat's ROQYU7 "Buckeye" Staff7 Glee Club i,2,37 Triple Trio 3,47 Mixed Choir 2,3747 Jr. Class Play7 All Star Volleyball 3. PHILIP EDWARD COCHRAN Basketball Varsity 27 Latin Club l,27 Hi-Y 2,3, 47 Science Club 3,47 Band i, Letterman 47 Sports Editor "Wildcat's Roar"7 "Buckeye" Staff7 Mixed Choir 3,47 Student Council 2,3, Treasurer 47 N-Club 2,3,47 Baseball 2. 1. Q , it 5 EILERT FREDERICK BRUNS Track Reserve 17 Industrial Arts Club i,2, Vice President 3,47 Hi-Y 3,47 "Buckeye" Art Editor7 Student Council Alternate 47 Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green 27 Movie Proiectionist 47 "Wild- cat's Roar" Staff. RICHARD FRANKLIN DIETRICH Industrial Arts Club 1,3,4j Retailing Club 47 F.F.A. 2,3. DONALD LEE CRAMER Industrial Arts Club 47 Re- tailing Club, Vice President 47 Hi-Y 47 Student Council 4. LUELLA DOROTHEA DACHENHAUS G.A.A. 2,3,47 F.H.A. i,2,3, Treasurer 47 Library Club 3, 47 Glee Club i7 Mixed Choir 47 All Star Volleyball 3. 4 5 E5 EUGENE J. DETMER Anthony Wayne i. Foot- ball Varsity 4, Reserve 37 Basketball Reserve 37 Journalism 47 Mixed Choir 4. NINA ANNE DANNENBERG CHARLES EDWARD EBERLY lndustrial Arts Club 2,3 4, Movie Proiectionist l 2,37 "Buckeye" Photog- rapher. MARSHA A. EICKHOFF G.A.A. l,2,3,4g F.H.A. l, 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Library Club 4, Glee Club 'l,2,3g Mixed Choir 3,45 Hall Monitor 4. ,qi new L NANCY ANN DRUHOT Latin Club 1,27 Y-Teens l,2p Retailing Club 4, Library Club l,2,3, Glee Club l,2g Student Council Alternate l, 3, All Star Volleyball l. MARILYN SUE FAHRINGER 'E Latin Club lg G. A. A. lg Mixed Choir l,4, Hall Moni- tor 4. ' lwithdrawn Before Graduation.l 'iv JANET KAY FRANZ F.H.A. 3, Mixed Choir l, 4, Hall Monitor-2. JUDY JOHN FETTER Football 2, Basketball Varsity 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Journal- ism 41 Mixed Choir 'lg Movie Proiectionist 2, Jr. Class Play, Golf l,2,3,47 N-Club 2,3,4. MARY ELAINE GERDEMAN Liberty Center 1, 2 F,H.A. 47 Library Club 4 Hall Monitor 37 "Wild cat's Roar" Business Manager7 "Buckeye" Staff. V gm s' 7 7:1 Q nm. ,M , 71., . J, FREDERICK HENRY GERMAN Football Varsity 4, Re- serve 2,37 Latin Club 1,27 Hi-Y 3,47 Glee Club 17 National Honor Society 3,47 Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green 1,37 Jr. Class Play7 N-Club 2,3,4. DELMER OWEN GASCHE Latin Club 17 Glee Club 17 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff7 Junior High Editor "Buckeye". CHARLES HARVEY GROLL Liberty Center 3. Latin Club 1,27 Glee Club 17 Hall Monitor 1. ips "C1'.f DELBERT ERNEST GLANZ Football Reserve 27 Track Reserve 27 Latin Club 1,27 Student Coun- cil Alternate 47 Movie Proiectionist 1, 27 Jr. Class Play. DONELDA MAY GLORE Glee Club 1,2. 'Qi f . ROBERT DOUGLAS GRAY Class Officer, Treasurer 37 Football Varsity 3, Reserve 1,27 Basketball Reserve 27 Latin Club 1, 27 Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer 27 Hi'Y 2,3, President 47 "Buckeye" Sports Editor7 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff7 Glee Club 17 Mixed Choir l,2,3,47 Student Council 4, Alter- nate 3i Movie Proiectione ist 17 Jr. Class Play7 Golf 2,3,47 N-Club 2,3,4. LESLIE JERRY GOODE Benedictine High School 1,2. lDeceased March 26, 1956.1 ssmf f s.i..L1K'f X - ' ANTONE W. HAGEN JR. Football Varsity Mg r., Reserve 2, Basketball Reserve 2, Track Reserve l,2, Varsity 3, Latin Club, Secretary l, 2, Science Club 2,3,4, Glee Club l, Mixed Choir I, 2,3, Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green 3, Movie Proiectionist l, 2, Jr. Class Play. WILLIAM HAGEN Latin Club l,2, lndustrial Arts Club 3, Science Club 4, Mixed Choir 3,4. BRUCE LEE HAASE Class Officer, Vice Presi- dent 2, Latin Club l,2, Science Club Secretary 3,'Band, Letterman 3, Mixed Choir 3,4, Stu- dent Council Alternate 2, National Honor Society 3, Vice President 4, Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green l,2,3, Movie Proiectionist l. MARY ANGELA HERMAN Class Officer, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4, Latin Club l,2, G.A.A. l,2,4, Treas- urer 3, Band l,2, Letter- man 3,4, Library Club 2, Glee Club 2,3, Mixed Choir 3,4, Student Coun- cil 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Hall Monitor l,3, National Honor So- ciety 3, Treasurer 4, Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green l,2, Jr. Class Play, All Star Volleyball 3. es-1 .Slew 2 2 A3 J wade SUE CAROL HAHN F.H.A. 3,4, Glee Club 2, 3, Mixed Choir 3,4, Art Club, Officer 3, Hall Monitor. vi ' 3 CAROLYN SUE HANDYSIDE Latin Club l,2, Y-Teens 2,3, G.A.A. l,2, Cabinet 3,4, Band 'l,2, Letter- man 3,4, Circulation Edi- tor "Wildcat's Roar", "Buckeye" Staff, Glee Club l,2,3, Mixed Choir 3,4, Jr. Class Play. ROGER LEE HELBERG lndustrial Arts Club l,2, 3,4, Mixed Choir 4, Stu- dent Council Alternate 4, Jr. Class Play. FREDERICK HENRY HEITMAN F.F.A. 'l,2,3,4. "'s id WILLIAM LAWRENCE HOEFFEL F.F.A. I,2,3, President 47 Student Council 3. LARRY D. HOOVER Football Varsity 4, Re- serve 27 Basketball Mgr. 27 Industrial Arts Club I,2, 37 Glee Club 2,37 Mixed Choir 2,3,4. nt K B -.7 fc? - JANET LOUISE HESS Y-Teens 1,27 F.H.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 47 Library Club 47 Glee Club 1, 2,37 Mixed Choir 47 Hall Monitor 4. JANET MAE KRUM Y-Teens 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2, 3,47 Library Club 2,3, Secretary 47 Glee Club 1,2,37 Mixed Choir 3. ii- MARCIA JANE HOY Class Officer, Secretary 47 Latin Club 1,27 Y- Teens 2,3,47 G.A.A. 1,2, Cabinet 3, 47 Science Club 37 Band 1,2, Letter- man 3, 47 "WiIdcat's Roar" Staff7 Advertising Manager "Buckeye"7 Glee Club 1,2,37 Mixed Choir 3,47 Student Coun- cil 1,47 Hall Monitor 1. JAMES FRANKLIN JOSEPH F.F.A. I,2,3, Officer 47 Hi-Y 3, Officer 47 Glee Club 17 Mixed Choir 1,2, 3,47 Movie Proiectionist 4. 1 CAROLYN RUTH KNIPP Latin Club 1,37 G.A.A. 1,2,3,47 F.H.A. 47 Band 1, 2, Letterman 3, 4j "WiIdcat's Roar" Staff7 "Buckeye" Index Editor7 Glee Club 1,27 Mixed Choir 4. TED WALLACE KLINE Industrial Arts Club 1,2, 3, Treasurer 47 Retailing Club President 47 Stu- dent Council 4. -E . we m s I is iid WILLIAM GEORGE KRUSE Industrial Arts Club 1. KATHLEEN RAE LEMON G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Choir 4. JOAN RUFINA KRUSE' F.H.A. 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Mixed Choir l,2, 3,45 Art Club 2. ' Withdrawn Before Graduation. MAURICE WALTER MEYER Basketball Reserve 25 Industrial Arts Club l,2, 3, President 45 Retailing Club, Treasurer 45 Stu- dent Council 4, Alternate 3. QL. ' I LEROY E. LEPLEY Celina, Ohio 15 Sturgis, Michigan 2. Football Varsity 3,45 Basketball Varsity 3,45 N-Club 3-4. 1 ,gf MARY LEE LUCAS Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 3,4, Secretary 25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Science Club 35 Band l,2, Letterman 3,45 "Wildcat's Roar" Staft5 Business Manager "Buck- eye"5 Glee Club 2,3, Secretary 15 Mixed Choir 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Jr. Class Play. MAY KATHRYN LUDEMAN Ridgeville 1,2. F.H.A. 4. CONSTANCE ANN LUDEMAN Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Li- brary Club 25 Features Editor "Wildcat's Roar"5 "Buckeye" Staff5 Glee Club l,2,35 Mixed Choir 3,45 Jr. Class Play. iv I 5-1 CHARLES EARL MEYERS Industrial Arts Club, Officer 45 Retailing Club 45 Jr. Class Play. MARJORIE ANN MULLEN Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,35 Photography Editor "Buckeye"5 G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Mixed Choir 3,45 Hall fl A V 57 Monitor 35 Jr. Class Playg " ' I "Wildcat's Roar"' Staff. I f I I? a si BERNHARD T. NORMA MOHRING MICHAELIS Retailing club 4, Hall Industrial Arts Club, Officer 45 F.F.A. 'I,2,3, President 4. BETTY JANE MICHAELIS Y-Teens 25 F.H.A. 45 Li- brary Club 3,45 Glee Club I5 Mixed Choir I. HC' , -111122111 ' -,W , 1 xx 1. if Ls 'S tif I It Monitor 3. NORMAN MILLER Florida 3. Journalism 45 Boys Glee Club 1,35 Mixed Choir 1,45 Basket- ball 2,3. 1 ALVIN HENRY MILLER Retailing Club 4. JOYCE MARILYN MILLER G.A.A. 1,2, Glee Club 1, Mixed Choir 45 Hall Monitor 4 A . Old? MARY LOU NORDEN Library Club 2, 3, 47 Mixed Choir 4. ELDON H. NYE F.F.A. 1, 2, Officer 3, Vice President 47 Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 47 Student Council Alternate I7 Movie Proiectionist 47 N- Club 2,3,47 Reserve Man- ager 2. JAN K. NESTLEROAD Football Varsity 3,47 F.F.A. 2,3,47 Glee Club, President l, N Club 3,4. BARBARA MARY PRECHT Latin Club 1,27 Y-Teens 2,37 F.H.A. 47 Library Club 2,3,4. on ' THOMAS RAY ORY Class Officer, Treasurer l,2, Vice President 47 Latin Club 1,27 Science Club 47 "Wild- cat's Roar" Stuff: "Buckeye" Features Editor7 Glee Club l7 Mixed Choir 47 Student Council 47 Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green 37 Movie Proiectianist 17 Jr. Class Play7 Baseball 3. MARYANN KATHLEEN PACEY Latin Club l,2,37 Y-Teens 2, 3, Cabinet 47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 F.H.A. 47 Band l,2, Letter- man 3,47 Library Club 2,3,47 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff7 Lit- erary Editor "Buckeye"7 Glee Club l,2, 37 Mixed Choir 3,47 Jr. Class Play. 51 -45' LEON PAULEY Industrial Arts Club 2,3, 47 Mixed Choir l,2,3. CHARLES LeROY PARSELS Football Varsity 3,4, Re- serve 2i Basketball Var- sity Manager 27 Track Reserve 2,37 Industrial Arts Club 47 Glee Club 1,27 Mixed Choir 47 N- Club 2,3,4. if 129' W QV CAROLYN LEIGH QUILLMAN " F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Glee Club l,25 Mixed Choir 4. ' lWithdrawn Before Graduationl. JOHN ELDON RASEY Football Varsity 45 F.F.A. l,2,3, Sentinel 45 Mixed Choir 3,45 Jr. Class Play5 N-Club 3,45 Track Var- sity 3. i NORMA JEAN PUEHLER Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,3, 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Band l,2, Letter- man 3,45 Glee Club l,2,35 Triple Trio l,2,3,45 Mixed Choir l,2,3,45 Hall Monitor 15 Cheerleader Reserve 35 Scholarship Test at Bowling Green 35 Movie Proiection- ist 15 Jr. Class Play5 District Music Contest 2,35 "Wild- cat's Roar" Editor5 "Buck- eye" Staff. JAMES F. SCHNITKEY Latin Club 25 Science Club 35 Journalism 45 N-Club 45 Football Varsity Manager I, 2,3,4. H 'QI' "5" c 5' . i.. - ' ."5"" N ,wa -.,. , , rin, X . 5 .. nd A s 1 ROBERT ALAN REICHERT Football Varsity 45 Basket- ball Reserve 25 Track Re- serve 35 Industrial Arts Club l,2,35 Hi-Y Club 45 "Wild- cat's Roar" Staff5 "Buckeye" Organizations Editor5 Mixed Choir l,3,45 Jr. Class Play5 Baseball Reserve 3. d CHARLENE HANNAH ROCHESTER 'Fi ss.-N J l 3 1 ki- CAROLYN GRACE ROTHENBERGER F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Mixed Choir 2,35 Hall Monitor 3. CHARLES CALVIN ROCHESTER f E E X RUTH ANN SCHUETTE F.H.A. l,2, 3,45 Library Club 45 Glee Club 25 Mixed Choir 4. JUDY ANN SHAFER Latin Club 1,25 G.A.A. i,4, Cabinet 2,35 Science Club 35 Band l,2, Letter- man 35 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff5 "Buckeye" Girls' Sports Editor5 Glee Club 2, 35 Mixed Choir 35 Cheerleader Varsity 3,45 Jr. Class Play5 All Star Volleyball 3. WILLIAM L. SCHNITKEY Football Varsity 4, Reserve 25 Basketball Reserve 2,35 Track Varsity 2,3,4, Reserve I5 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Science Club 35 Student Council Alternate 35 Movie Proiectionist 3. JANET KAY SHARTZER Class Officer, Secretary l5 Latin Club l,25 Y-Teens 2,3, President 45 Retailing Club, Secretary 45 Band l,2, Let- terman 35 Library Club 25 Glee Club 2,3, President lg Mixed Choir 35 Student Council Secretary 45 Hall Monitor 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Jr. Class Play5 All Star Volleyball 3. JANET KAY STEVENS Y-Teens 2, 3, Cabinet 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l,2,35 Mixed Choir 1,35 Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green I. JUDITH RAE SHARTZER Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2, 3,45 Library 25 Glee Club I, 25 Student Council 45 Hall Monitor 2,45 Cheerleader Varsity 3,4, Reserve 25 Jr. Class Play. 0 DONALD GUY STARKEY PATSY ANN SPITLER Y-Teens 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Library Club 2,4, Treasurer 35 Glee Club T,2,31 Mixed Choir 2,31 National Honor Society 3, Officer 45 Jr. Class Play. J WIECHERS Football Varsity 4, Reserve PATRICIA LOU KAYE JANIEN TAYLOR Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,4, Treasurer 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Band l,2, Letterman 35 Li- brary Club 25 Faculty Editor "Buckeye"5 "Wildcat's Roar" Staft5 Glee Club 1,2,35 Triple Trio 2,3,45 Mixed Choir 1,2, bf is fi 1 TERRY LA'WRENCE WALKER 2,35 Class Officer, President 35 Latin Club 1,25 Advertis- ing Manager "Buckeye"5 Student Council 3,45 Jr. Class Play5 N-Club l,2,3, Vice President 45 Golf l,2, 3,45 Student Council Alter- nate 45 Jr. Class Play5 All Star Volleyball 3. MARTHA JEAN VON DEYLEN Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,35 F.H.A. 45 Library Club 2,3, Vice President 45 "Buckeye" Underclass Editor5 "Wild- cat's Roar" Staff. LARRY EUGENE TEEPLE Class Officer, President 45 Football Varsity 2,3,45 Bas- ketball Varsity 3,4, Reserve 25 Track Varsity 3,4, Reserve 25 Glee Club 1,35 Mixed Choir 1,2,3,45 Student Coun- cil 45 N-Club 2,3,4. ,f 3,45 Basketball Reserve 2,35 Track Varsity 35 "Wildcat's CONSTANCE JOYCE Class Officer, Vice President 1, Secretary 35 Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,4, Vice Presi- dent 35 G.A.A. 1, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Presi- dent 45 Band 1,2,,Letterman 3,45 Library Club 25 Editor "Buckeye"5 "Wildcat's Roar" Staff5 Glee Club 2,35 Sec- retary 15 Mixed Choir 2,3,45 Student Council 4, Alternate 35 Jr. Class Play5 District Music Contest 2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Girl's Sextet 45 All-Star Volleyball 35 Scholarship tests at Bowl- ing Green 2. """"' 5""" ROSALIE JANE WOODWARD Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 2,35 G.A,A. 45 F.H.A. 45 Library Club 2,3, President 45 Ex- change Editor "Wildcat's Roar"5 "Buckeye" Staff. RUTH ANN WIEMKEN Latin Club 1,25 G,A.A. 45 Library Club 2,35 Mixed Choir 3,45 Hall Monitor 3. WRIGHT Riedland 1, Piketon 2, and Beaverton 3. F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Girls Glee Club 1,35 G.A.A. 15 Student Council Alternate 35 Mixed Choir 4. T ...h- DAVID MARTIN WILLEMAN Industrial Arts Club 1,2,45 Retailing Club, Officer 45 Glee Club 1. lxm 5 Freshman Class Officers President, A,..,,..A.,.,,,..... Charles Harrison Vice President, ,, ,.,,,....,,, Tom Short Secretary Y ,.7,,. Sandra Moore Treasurer. , Larry Honeck ' , M A Q 'Q 'L Nt- P CLHSS OFFICERS .lunior Class Officers President ,,,,,. ,...,.,,..,,,s,,,s,,,. L arry Brubaker Vice President ,s...,,,.s... ,,.....,,, D ennis Travis Secretary ,,,.,,.,,, s....,,.....,.,,....,.s P at Haase Treasurer ,,,s,,,s Lowell Hoover lnot pictured! 5 V 3 V' si ' T T I ,ar Km ,r E 'QK 'Q it :L f? WU! in - 'T' I V V Sophomore Class Officers President ..,,....,,ss,,s,,s..,.,,,,,..... Sam Gomer Vice President ,,,,,,, ,.,ss,.,,,,,,, T om Heckler Secretary .,,,,,,,, ,,s,. M yrna Sweinhagen Treasurer s,,,.. Charles Kimberley JUIIIUR CLIISS Darla Adams William Badenhop' Bridget Beck Esther Behnfeldt Karen Bindeman Kenneth Bischoff Paul Bost Harry Bostel Joann Bremer R Mary Brink Bill Brubaker Larry Brubaker Julie Clymer Kay Conkey Donald Cook Kenneth James Cook Cramer Marilyn Cordes Colleen Crahan Elaine Crossland Larry Dennie Jack Detmer Carl Dieringer Robert DuByne Jerry Fruth i m'w ' 5, af' Not Bernard Dietrich Ronald Dietrick Cecelia Dillon Bernard Flory Barbara Fouts Betty Funchion Judith Gasser Gary Gilliland Sandra Good Mary Lou Greenhagen Sandra Gregory Patricia Haase Bill Heitman pictured-Wallace Baden hop Carolyn Lanzer Margaret Like Gary Lloyd Karen Lowry Ronald Miller Marilyn Larry Helberg .lumon unss Edward Hoeffel Janice Hoeffel Jerry Hoeffel James Homan Grace Ann Honeck Lowell Hoover Janice Hoy Kruse Ruth Ohlrich Rease Hunter Martin Jackson Richard Jenning Paul Knipp Richard Knipp Ronald Kreagel Margaret Kruse Wayne Landes Elizabeth Lytle Cliffton Martinez Maureen Meekiso James Meyer Kenneth Meyer Lois Meyer Sharon Meyers Mary Ann Miller Alan Milliman Rodger Murray Mary Jay Osborn Esther Panning Robert Panning Mary Patterson Ronald Plassman ' Mary Ann Sue Rathke Panning Roger Rausch Ben Reese Not pictured Mary Ann Panning John Reiser Heidi Sauber Sara Sauer . . -. :,::.::sH.., fs - ,sa x Yisr- N Re, .4 is R 'lg Pi A. ,.,. , , , xli- E 3 - i ,, df, af .2 James Schroeder Pete Schroeder K 7:-??g.:gf1k:V 5 , we ,, . K ' is-.V-if it . , . .ie Q 15551-,f.g vi is is , Q' 1 ki t , sn -1 J: .h- .. 5212213 if is it Q S GW, 2 V f Q, 'X Kenneth Showman J Harley Shumaker P Q 1. it James Shumaker tirr if it Vernatte Smith ' A Nancy Snyder ivy'-J' X fxqsrf John Swearingen Alan Thiel Dennis Travis Richard Vaien JUIIIUR CLIISS Q 6 ' H QC J 4 2 , , 1 A, .. K 1- i , QQ,-:' , 255 s gg fix K A. f- 7-., . J - -. - iss. e-ft.. ,is -, .Q ki,--ggwvez . .. . tg, Q A S lk fl '41 M Q N51 ' g Q PM . , 5 S f sfss M55 S 3 Q is-1 1, W Yr R M N Ralph Vance 2 as Mary Ann Walker Donna Walters Donna Ward Ruth Ward Karen Barbara Wendt Fred Yarnell Welsh Carolyn Young kg ? -:me -W ,Q ,ai 5 , i W E it ts! eg x it E QF Q ,gg 2 X Q, ' J is J' J L K x, : -- ,. .., I i Q fi K k k il to S R 2,3 1 X59 H2 is sl its X is iff 5 Q ss Ni Ns 'zggf F l X 4- , frE"i:' .asf f N 1 ik V X . K '1 Loren Schwiebert Pamela Seabold John Shafer Neil Sheibley Earl Short .1E': Q., QMS. 1 . I , ll , , in -In A ,L +1 tif ,X if 'ff Q' ,rprf ! Robert Blue ' Conme Conklin Nelson Coressel Mary Coscarelli Jacquelyn Cramer Richard Crosser Joyce Betson Lynda Amos Mary Behrens SUPHUIIIDRE CLIISS Judith Boles Jeanette Bost Robert Bost Walter Bowles Patricia Brahney Patrick Brahney Sandra Cannon Gary Chambers Joyce Clark Mariorie Col: Ronald Dachenhaus Lenclell Daum James Denny Brice Detmer Arlene Dietrich l Roger Dietrich John Donnett Larry Dunmire James Duquette Ronald Eberly Alan England Kathleen Fahringel l Phyllis Fedderke Louis Frank Gary Franz Barbara Freytag Thomas Freytag Bonnie Funchion Audrey Gasche oanne Gebhardt KK KK .r K K K ag- w . 'oni Gilliland K Aarilyn Glanz Lonnie Glore iam Gomer - . .. if ean Graetz QM Iorol Grim A, 'ill K ' Y ' K Kg! KT '--,-. .,. as "H N' Y N -is 4 x X ESQ sl W 2 ,X rw Us 5 si i if 2 Q X32 K -1 ' I .,.,A 3, . ... ""' 1 'wtf' 1 Ex, Ma, --ff '40 1-1 'Ns s 0- 1 .43 ,. , '- ,. 5352:-151: ' H, . LLZ. ,i A-1 55-kg ,is -Q47 'f' Ql fu . H' K' li 9 'Y Sw s +4 S? l 4 ,X fi 3? falgygis. udy Gran iiii -. K 7050l'e Hflhn , - ii' 1 or fir? K - - Q . f ' ' K ' 1 K ififrj :I 'Fi ' Aaflofle Harmon A 1 .- P om Hec er - 4' - 1, H? ,,-h,, "I" ynda Hefflmger W N l fs' , AKII Q Joncy Helberg if 1 i 1 .. K A f nda Hess Mary Hillis Morris Hines Rozellc Hofmann Jerry Holzer 'Q' ,E s ra 1 "- f K K my I K. X' ' A K Llu, , ,, Carol Homan Xkh H Q- Ks .. Connie Hoover H K fi lKllr 5 esls irKl . MQW HWS' my it , .,., 1 , Sue Johnson Q ' K' - 3 Lee Kahrs r7.1 yy A lr :rlene Kauss i K KK K KK , yr H 2 K Nancy Kernes 'N y y ,Lf v f Q 3 bi. Charles Kimberly , l K Carol Knipp y i K' "KK' " 5 . i A tK I r so ri- ilss H ""g f ' f N or if Kim so is as - ' SUPHOIIIDRE CLHSS Norma Kretz Evelyn Kruse Norma Kruse Linda Kryder Becky Kurber Barry Lemon Joan Lepley Danny Lighlhill Sharon Ludeman f359K5955if?EwT l?5K:,i-QKEQSE, WK'- 7 sf , W 55 5 Q L 5 S max film. ,- -:fre 1 , wk ' K7 .vii 'f 'K 'W A E V Ki . pg - -K a. X wwf N., S 7, 5 ,V+ s rw! M .X 1 I 'S' .4 is K K . 4 3,4 Kun- Donald Slagle Florence Smith Keith Sonnenberg John Speiser Betty Stuckey Robert Miller Donna Nagel Marjorie Nye Barbara Ory Sharon Rasey Darlene Rettig Marvin Michaelis Charles Miller Gerald Miller Luella Miller SUPHOIIIDRE CLHSS l rw- q,gi'- - 'kr 1 ye if,, ,gif iff, J . .,r .' .L e egg- --A115 lr.-:,fl,1 in X l f 5551 Q53 gg Z, . ,, 35 J a 2 i at r wt Jw X v L 4 L' l P' l WJ-'S fag . - .r tsl' , i 5 Q l Mary Young Tim Ritter Norma Roesti Charles Schneider Jean Scnitkey Tony Schuel Robert Schultz Slusan Sellenings Jackie Shondell Carolyn Showman Myrna Sweinhage Jerry Teeple Larry Vance Joyce Walker Q Janice Ward Janice Warehime Barbara Watkins Albert Westhover Lynn Yackee Rosalyn Young Larry Zachrich Sharon Zellers Keith Ziegler FRESHIIIIIII CLHSS f JFS . m fiiipffg :..q::f5 .M wax. , ,L "-is-la? Q 'Q g i xx i I K an as 3 Y by is E W , gs , .L Y exif Q N wx L 1 I X Q k l At v J, 1 N R as pau, A X ff L 51 c X 11 is Q R9 x N W , MX -f it F K ND ' I mlqflki miss. fs! A ::...::ffsE::v 31 .':' 3 B 5 cgi? of . M S X sb ea I9 JW L ,W Q if S :SQ .. . .,.,.., 6 tag, Albert Alvarado ' Sharen Babcock ' l 5 Joanne Barrlcklow xi. , sg x 'Nt N W Beverly Barton Karen Barton '- Janet Bernicke Jerry Blue N5-we 1 lcsifi -Q' '.:- f K My :-,ff-.: - g 1 me',.1:: frre ae,.e 5525. J - . lz-.' -4 ,. rooe arrol Q we was x N Y xx 'N ak B4 Ni 1 4 Sak ts X an Y X Y 38 ii.. 1 in Norman Bostelman :U 0 CQ aa '1 ul O UI 1 m 3 Q 5 4 if be ix A fl 1 jf i S i wwgfesw: Raymond Boyd Linda Brubaker Robert Brubaker Carol Cannon David Cheatwood Lowell Cocke Gary Colley Carole Conkey Tammye Cook Robert Cramer Sandra Crosser Joyce Daignault Marr Del Dannenberg Brent Dietrich William Dietrich Barbara Druhot Bill Edwards Karen Eickhoff Marsha Farison Marvin Fedderke Ronald Fisher Larry Forney Lewis Foster Marilyn Fouts Beverly Fox Carolyn Freppel Dorthy Gerdeman Robert Goode Joan Graetz Ac., 011 John Hardy ig, E24 Egfk Karl Groll Wendell Hall James Harper Charles Harrison Juliet Hartley Julian Heitman Brent Henrich Kent Henrich 4 ' " ll xg, , 4. L its X - LSE: ' gen? 51-W f,i ,p 41 , 11, iw H , -H 1 xi? is .P K, qi? 29421, t 4 9 D Wm FRESHIIIIIII CLIISS John Herge Carolyn Herman Margaret Herrera Judith Hockman QP W i Eiga W A E 4 . Tony Hoeffel Robert Homan Larry Honeck fu Wynette Huner Doris Hutchison Ellen Jackson Susan Jackson Patricia Kahrs Eugene Kline . ' 'lm 1 f" - . UM ,J 1 V5 em '35 ' -- Q 'f f an f-2 fi ., " 3, f r i Bill Knipp Wayne Koppenhofa Jean Lanzer Linda Leifer Yvonne Libey Benton Lowry Harold Ludeman Judy Mann Leonard Martin Stephen Miller Sandra Moore Jerry Motter f Richard Nagel Phyllis Nye Joe Osborn Aurand Palmer Mary Beth Parsels Eugene Eugene Patterson Onyon David Pauley Karen Precht Flys-Z Q,-J-1.g.:,4B Carol Rausch Carolyn Riley Louis Rohda Karen Rothenberger Byron Saneholtz Fred Sauber Y' l 'Y Janice Slagle 'ji Linda Slee ' Ronald Sonnenberxg Julie Speiser Mary Alice Stanton JR S mesnmnn cms 'sl l inlifti .dv " lvffllilfiqig-53. M35 5 ii. 'rv ff-- L-5 Q Se Q Q , 5 lx Q gg R 1. X mg , cigar gi, " 1 ' 3' Igjssggrgi -- - -Q Gary Walker Princess Walker Mary Kay Walker Roger Wallen Doyel Watson S Sunny Wright Leonard Yarnell Gary Yocum Ida Young Nancy Zuchrich Judy Sheeley Jon Sheppard Tom Short Hal Shumaker V9 . wig Barbara Stevens Janice Swick Ralph Vocke Betsy Vorwerk 4 rj" sc.-if . wtf is Trophies were awarded to the following: ist prize-Bob Reichert 'Q 2nd Prize-Rozella Hofmann 3rd prize-Carolyn Young ,Y ,W gr . I . we V ns J . W ' . ,g,f"M V u fi if , QW Q' ..- 3 1 ,..f4 g,.,m--mf - HDIQA Q -W K : T0- r I If . fi' , , A615 . ks Ny . . 1 A X A -X 1 X,,. I w A ' V x w 'f?N.'hjg C 4" w , z nf ff 5 1 .. V J lhlf . if H 5 5 Robert Hale LQZTLZF Jerry Adams Terry Adams Mike Anderson Leona Armitage Lewis Bachtal Diane Baily Richard Bankey William Barton Mac Basil William Bearley Jim Blue Richard Brown Richard Brubaker Suzanne Brubaker Burke Buntz Karen Kay Cannon Francine Clark Elmer Conklin David Conrad Barbara Corwin Jack Crossland John Cuff Gary Daman Melvin Degler Marcia DeWalt Richard DuByne Dianne Eickhoff Diana Eisaman Jerry Ferguson Sandra Flory Ruth Foster Karen Franz Mary Ann Franz .lay Fruth Mary Glore Philip Handyside Shirley Hardy Kathy Heitman Betty Hofmann Helen Hudson Mary Hunter John Huston Patty Ann Kryder Donna Leifer Tim Lighthill Robert Ludeman Martha Lytle Linda Mengerink Tom Moore Jon Osborn Jerry Palmer Jim Pratt Flety Rafferty Elizabeth Reiser Earl Richardson Terry Ritter Robert Rochester Pat Romick Betty Schroeder Nancy Sellenings Susan Shoemaker Edward Small Harry Smith Marc Snyder Stanley Spitler Jeannie Stanton Dennis Starkey Barbara Sunderhaus Peggy Thompson Norman Travis Herbert Vaien Ester Vance Stephen Vance Georgia Walker Roger Walker Judith Walters Gerald Warehime Eva Rose Watson Charlene Weaver Susan Wiechers Martin Wurbs Keith Yackee Terry Zellers J N 9 Emma Jean Martin Mary Jackson lg , J as - J .. 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Babcock r " , ' Q 7, f EEE: :Am - 5:5551 55,53 , 5 ,g sl M 4: ...,,,,,, M ,,. ,l , .. -,.... ,MM . L 1 Charles Foreman F SWF f, E ,ff is v .fl ls B rrro Q .,.- , ff 4 A 1 :.V V ,, i NTY, in . g ze Ak Q At- . 1 ' V, Wa- "fav 1,. y fi hx ,Ag 5 I Ik 4,1 Nklkr .:,,. irggai -,:k1..1 . f n Q h , f L, -Z A h V . K iikk x i 42 Larry Adams Roger Aderman Donna Bankey Harold Bausch Bonnie Bearley Richard Bernicke Eddie Betson Herbert Bevelhymer Nancy Bischoff Wynetta Bockelman Barbara Colley Marcia Conrad Darla Dietrick Lee Dietrich David Dillon Craig Eberwine Tom Fahringer Joe Fetter Alberta Fouts Leo Fouty Linda Freytag Lynn Funkhouser Judy Gillespie Tamar Gilson Bonnie Glick Sally Glore Max Gregory Carol Grubaugh Sally Ann Hall Lee Hanna Charles Harrison Carol Sue Hart Nancy Hays Joyce Helberg Neal Henrich John Herrera Carol Hoffman Connie Hohenberger Carol Honeck Norbert Huner Diane Hunter Eleanor Hustwick David Kline Larry Kramer Arlene Kruse Billy Latta Karen Lantz Betsy Lewis Linda Jean Long Linda Lou Long Jeffery Ludeman William Ludeman Joan Mann Ray Mapes Susan Mengerink William Miller Carol Nagel David Nagel Kay Nestleroad Darrel Palmer Jerry Panning Janet Peiblow Carolyn Plassman Dick Pratt Larry Riebesehl Vicky Riorden Priscilla Ritter Larry Saneholtz Mary Sue Sauer Bonnie Schnitkey Ronnie Schroeder Carole Schuette Karen Seiler James Shadle Joan Shartzer Shirley Shartzer Donald Sloan Nancy Small Sandra Spangler Richard Strayer Sue Stuckey aw- f 'ii' - WI?-- . - .V filf-f .. 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J 'Q I 5 V , X 1 -- f- . iam if K rf... ,.,. r 2.5511 . . - 'l7.f:iilf.5Li I 1552 l ' Lg 7? T ' . ' 2 ' : i 1 ' img. Z fs' cg My I I 1-, g-1 : Q M , x . ,Fu .. A M xr 2 W W A -xv, . -, gf K Ji A f-.. , A H flies,- ", if ,y W -- f-M7 'sux - f 'E r 3 V X 2 -1 ' hi F2 5 ff 'if Gerald I' V V- - E Mergqntql A I J .. V :ri HJ .f ,v x g gi '-- M z ,,, at ,Q 1 H, . Q' K asf w f ,Q " 4 ii . .' " 'U' rf vfnf Q V A , in ur ' : - L Sa is ' su- Q if . f Y:- :V Q., ,' v 1 . H X A Y -N1 it ,U J if f" T " R Q is , fs? Bw, Q if all ,r S 3 . .. .,7 .' 4 - , . . -s. H. . L , ..' . . .- . .. ree' ' ' Stair' - '- " ' 14 . L54 gf- ld!-' ,Q f "'1s., ""' 1' Lf ' , . , s 'fr a si is wr A2 ' K , 5. ii 5 X 5. Jr? ' .1 - 5 43 5 2 l S ef' at Q 1. F 0 f 3 Patty Walker R , ' a 't V win ,f .4 fe'--' S X Carole Watchman Linda Watson Bill Winzeler Gary Yackee My is sw -1 ' T P Beverly Yarnell ' -T Carolyn Zghrend A W1 N uuh .r-. Kent Ziegler T T lmr. T, . I . ,' ' as -ai P , se 'ks X X New X X X x T 7A 7B Secretary President Marc Snyder l President Carole Wiechers Vice President Martha Lytle Treasurer Peggy Thompson UFFICERS xi Y 8A 8B 8C Dennis Starkey Vice President Pat Romick Secretary Keith Yackee Treasurer Cathy Heitman L3 Vice President President President Vice President Secretary Dick Pratt Bill Latta Bill Winzeler Darrel Palmer Herbert Bevelhymer Treasurer President Lee Hanna Karen Seiler Treasurer Treasurer Vice President Secretory Secretary Joan Mann Vicki Riorden Darla Dietrich Linda Watson Connie Hohenberger r L. Ni. Q V 2,0 W N S 1 S . . ,Q Wai? E3 R - Senior Leffermen - FIRST ROW. M. Lucas, P. Cochran, S. Handyside. SECOND ROW: C. Wiechers, M. Hoy. NOT PICTURED: A. Herman, C. Knipp, N. Puehler, M. Pacey. xx.-i, ., .- Brass-FIRST ROW: B. Reese, N. Small, J. Graeiz, D Sloan, P. Cochran, B. Panning. SECOND ROW: T Shori, L. Daum, D. Conrad, H. Bevelhymer, C Wiechers. 55 , '-mg. . AQ Drums 8. Balls 8. Woodwinds-S. Rasey, L. Yackee K. Fahringer, C. Boyer, L. Slee. SECOND ROW: M Sauer, B. Freytag, N. Haase, L. Freytag, S. Handyside L. Liefer. THIRD ROW: D. Travis, R. Walker, T Meyers, J. Graeiz. Junior leffermen-FIRST ROW: C. Dieringer, J. Hoy, M. Cordes, S. Good, E. Short. SECOND ROW: D' Tmv's' B' Reesej R' Pcnnmg' J' Meyers' NOT M. Lucas. SECOND ROW: A. England, M. Pacey, S. Boyer, C. Hohenburger PICTUREDJ J' swea"'n9en' J. Peiblow, G. Yackee. THIRD ROW: A. Herman, K. Meyer, E. Jackson, J Graetz, K. Nestleroad, J. Hackman. Woodwinds-FIRST ROW: P. Romick, K. Seiler, C. Knipp, M. Cordes, M. Hoy Brass-FIRST ROW: J. Graetz, B. Buntz, E. Short, L. Peiblow, M. Walker, J. Dunham. SECOND ROW: G. Winzler, J. Walker, C. Dieringer, J. Meyers. THIRD ROW: J. Harper, J. Slagel, D. Hockman, P. Dieringer, D. Starkey, B. Cordes, J. Sheperd, l. Foster. K Flag Bearers-Maiorettes-FIRST ROW: S. John- son, J. Martinez. SECOND ROW: C. Zahrend, S. Good, R. Hahn. THIRD ROW: Janice Hoy. Drum Maiorette-Janice Hoy. 47 ROW ONE: B. Michaelis, R. Miller, C Hall, J. Heitman, J. Holzer, R. Knipp P. Knipp, R. Crosser, H. Ludeman, A Kreagel. ROW TWO: E. Nye, M. Hines, R Dachenhaus, K. Sonnenberg, R. Fisher R. Dietrich, J. Donnet, E. Hoeffel, G Gilliland, J. Blue. ROW THREE: B. Michaelis, J. Rasey, B Flory, R. Homan, R. Vance, B. Hoeffel J. DuQuette, C. Miller, L. Vance, J Nestleroad, R. Miller, J. Joseph, Mr Dunham. FUTURE FHRIIIERS 0F HIIIERIEH The development of agricultural leadership is the main goal of the Future Farmers of America Organization. Membership in this club is eligible to all students enrolled in the Agricultural course. This organization worked on different proiects and at the end of the year their greatest achievements were presented to the student body on Recognition Day. Several members received honors and awards for making the year a prosperous one. ROW ONE: Advisor M. Dunham, B. Michaelis, J. Rasey, R. Miller. ROW TWO: B. Hoeffel, E. Nye, E. Hoeffel, G. Gilliland. The Future Homemakers of America under the instructions of Mrs. Fruchey, advisor, is an organization for girls interested in Home Economics. Mem- bers of this club are enrolled in some course in Homemaking at school. Their main proiect for the year was providing help 'for the cafeteria, to keep things running smoothly. This with the many other activities that they undertook, has well taken up their time and made it a very suc- cessful year. ROW ONE: N. Zachrich, J. Boles, J. Word D. Nagel, J. Cramer, M. Fouts, I. Young, F Smith. ROW TWO: Mrs. Fruchey, K. Rothenberger, J Lanzer, K. Eickhoff, J. Hockman, S. Wright, C Showman, M. Young, B. Funchion, M. Nye. ROW THREE: S. Crosser, D. Hutchison, M. Stanton, P. Nye, P. Fedderke, M. Kruse, R. Hoffman, L. Hefflinger, J. Schnitkey, C. Cannon. 1 ROW ONE: M. Eickhoff, R. Schuette, J. Hess, D. Adams, M. Patterson, J. Bremer, D. Word, B. Fouts, M. Kruse. ROW TWO: Mrs. Fruchey, S. Hahn, K. Lemon, L. Dachenhaus, B. Michaelis, M. Ludeman, J. Kruse, B. Precht, R. Woodward, E. Gerdeman, E. Behnteldt, M. Greenhagen, M. Von Deylen. ROW THREE: C. Knipp, M. Pacey, S. Handyside, J. Shafer, M. Hoy, C. Rothenberger, E. Brown, B. Bischoff, B. Behnfeldt, P. Wright, C. Quillman, S. Agler, E. Crossland. Future Homemakers of America Officers President ..,....,....,,......,... M. Eickhoff Vice President ..... ...... B . Fouts Secretary ....... .,......... J . Hess Treasurer ..... L. Dachenhaus Historian ......,...... ..... M . Patterson News Reporter ...... ......... J . Ward Parliamentarian ..... ....... J . Cramer Advisor ,,,,,,,..,,, ,.,,, M rs. Fruchey 49 UI' ROW ONE: K. Taylor, B. Bokerman, A. Herman, S. Hcndyside, M. Hoy, J. Shafer, J. Sharlzer, M. Lucas, N. Puehler, M. Mullen, C. Wiechers. ROW TWO: C. Ludeman, M. Pacey, C. Knipp, P. Spiller, J. Krum, J. Sievens, M. Eickhoff, S. Johnson, B. Ory, C. Homan, M. Hursl. ROW THREE: N. Bunn, J. Sharlzer, K. Lemon, D. Fedderke, L. Dachenhaus, M. Cobb, M. Behrens, M. Sweinhagen, J. Walker, R. Woodward, J. Miller, R. Wiemken. I K K - T ., I . k.,k in J L K . . A , A . 7,.f.1AH Y A ef. Qi!"-V+ A,g53i,w..-,f.,fw.g5vQ1Eg'i :Q - . ROW ONE: C. Dillon, M. Osborn, R. Ward, M. Greenhogen, D. Walters, C. Young, S. Sauer, M. Panning M. Meekison, G. Honeck, M. Cordes. ROW TWO: M. Walker, J. Herman, K. Welsh, M. Miller, E. Fanning, M. Kruse, B. Funchion, D, Adams, D. Ward, M. Patterson, V. Smilh. ROW THREE: K. Bindeman, P. Haase, L. Meyer, S. Meyers, J. Gasser, C. Crahan, K. Lowry. ROW FOUR: Mrs. Lenhart, B. Wendt, J. Hoeffel, J. Hoy, P. Seabold, N. Snyder, S. Good, M. Brink, M. Like GIRLS IITHLETIC IISSOCIIITIDII i G.A.A. Officers I President ........,,.................. C. Wlechers Vice President ...... ....... M . Brink Secretary ......... ..... B . Kurber Treasurer ...... ,...... P . Haase Advisor ...... ..... M rs. Lenhart The Girls Athletic Association, the biggest organization of the school, having l50 participants, is as colorful this year as ever, under the watchful eye of Mrs. Katherine Lenhart. They started the tall with hockey, continued when snow started with bowling, took time out for the dance concert, and finished in glory with basketball, volleyball, and baseball. Awards are given to the girls on the basis of a point system in the spring. G.A.A. Cabinet ROW ONE: J. Speiser, J. Ward, B. Kurber, M. Cobb, C. Wiechers, M. Brink. ROW TWO: S. Moore, J. Bernicke, L. Hess, P. Haase, J. Hoy, K. Welsh, N. Bunn, J. Stevens. HI-Y ClU President ............ ......... B . Gray Treasurer ..... .... D . Travis Vice President ...s... ....... W . Landes Chaplain .,... .......... E . Nye Secretary ......... ..... J . Shafer Advisor ..Y.. ..,. M r. Heckler ROW ONE: L. Brubaker, A. England, J. Fetter, J. Teeple. ROW TWO: C. Dieringer, B. Schultz, D. Travis, L. Yackee, T. Heckler, B. Schnitkey, R. Plassman, Mr. Heckler. ROW THREE: J. Schnitkey, P. Schroeder, E. Bruns, B. Reichert, J. Shafer. ROW FOUR: W. Landes, B. Gray. ROW FIVE: E. Short, F. German. This year the Hi-Y, under the direction of Mr. Pharon Heckler, has done a fine iob. To confirm this statement the Hi-Y has donated money to the Hospital fund, has given get well cards to all the sick in the local hospital, and sponsored a well-received, singing assembly. As in former years, this year the Y-Teens and Hi-Y, provided a scholarship, and for entertainment staged a Hunt. iThe Hi-Y won.l 52 industrial Arts Officers 'esldent ..........,.....,............. M. Meyers Ice President .......,.................,.. E. Bruns ecretary and Treasurer ........ R. Helberg dvisor ..........,..................... Mr. Scruta IIIDUSTRIHL HRTS CLUB ROW ONE: D. Slagle, C. Schroeder T Schuette T Gilliland K C B , . , . , . ramer, . Badenhop, J. Denny, J. Teeple B. Detmer. ROW TWO: L. Zachrich, B. Bost, T. Bost, C. Eberly, R. Helberg, M. Jackson, J. Good, D. Cramer, L. Dunmire J. Fruth. ROW THREE: Mr. Freeman, L. Kahrs, R. Murry, R. Dietrich, J. Vaien, T. Kline, M. Meyer, L. Lepley, D. Lighthill, J. Schroeder, E. Brun B. K ' ' s, ruse, D. Wulleman, T. Rutter, Mr. Scruta. 1 C- 2 an-nw Q, l -...,,,, Industrial Arts Club wa proiects in the Laboratory of Industries. They had a float in the Homecomin P d h' g ara e w rch placed first and throughout the year held programs of interest to the members. s formed to promote the study and carrying out of various 1 Girl's Sports Editor-Nancy Bunn Boy's Sports Editor-Philip Cochran Features Editor-Connie Ludeman Advertising Editor-Marcia Hoy l.llllDCllT'5 BURR STHFF Exchange Editor-Rosalie Woodward Business Manager-Elaine Gerdeman Circulation Manager-Sue Handyside ROW ONE: Kaye Taylor, Beverly Bokerman, Martha Von Deylen, Barbara Precht, Judy Shafer. ROW TWO: Terry Walker, Judy Fetter, Tom Ory, Norman Miller, James Schnitkey. ROW ONE: Mary Lee Lucas, Marge Mullen, Maryann Pacey, Carolyn Knipp. ROW TWO: Robert Gray, Gene Delmer, Robert Reichert, Delmer Gasche, Eilert Bruns. BUCHEYE STHFF Connie Wiechers-Editor Robert Gray-Boy's Sports Editor Delmar Gasche-Junior High Editor Robert Reichert-Organizations Editor Judy Shafer-GirI's Sports Editor Martha Von Deylen-Underclass Editor Beverly Bokerman-Senior Editor Tom Ory-Features Editor Terry Walker-Advertising Manager Marge Mullen-Photography Editor Eilert Bruns-Art Editor Mary Lee lucas-Business Manager l Judy Fetter-Circulation Manager Maryann Pacey-Literary Editor Kaye Taylor-Faculty Editor Carolyn Knipp-Index Editor Latin Club Officers 56 LllTlll CLUB 'gm "' 1' ROW ONE: B. Schultz, L. Frank, K. Ziegler, B. Lemon, C. Kimberly, L. Westhoven, G. Chambers, S. Gomer, L. Daum, P. Brahney. ROW TWO: M. Behrens, R. Hahn, J. Shondell, M. Coscarelli, B. Kurber, C. Homan, M. Hurst, A. England, M. Cobb, G. Honeck, M. Meekison, J. Clymer. ROW THREE: M. Sweinhagen, C. Knipp, D. Kauss, N. Roesti, S. Johnson, J. Lepley, B. Ory, P. Brahney, B. Watkins, M. Harman, C. Hess, J. Warehime, Miss Stone. B. Schultz K. Ziegler Miss Stone Sam Gomer Maureen Meekison President Vice President Advisor Treasurer Secretary Harper, J. Hoeffel. Bernicke, L. Leifer, ROW ONE: L. Foster, K. Henrich, T. Short, B. Henrich, F. Sauber, J. Herge, C. Harrison, J. ROW TWO: L. Slee, C. Riley, C. Herman, S. Babcock, B. Druhot, K. Precht, B. Stevens, J. C. Frepple, S. Moore, J. Graetz, E. Jackson. ROW THREE: B. Barton, C. Conkey, M. Farison, B. Vorwerk, D. Cheatwood, B. Lowry, J. J. Herman, K. Barton, M, B. Parcels. Gasser, S. Rathke, understand the eligible to ioin The chief purpose of the Latin Club is to gain knowledge of and background of this language. Anyone who has or is taking Latin is this organization. The main accomplishment of the club was the ioining the Junior Classical League. They rounded out the rest of the year with songs, reports, games, and the presentation of an assembly, all with the Roman influence added. sf- , li Q 1 . if ,I .3525-K. 3 -, T Qi ii es E s sr sw X 4 Q MRS. NESTLEROAD Advisor I lk M. VON DEYLEN Vice President R. WOODWA RD President N. J. KRUM Secretary M. KRUSE Treasurer LIBRFIIW l-ISSISTHIITS ROW ONE: R. Woodward, M. Pacey, M. Eickhoff, L. Dochenhaus, D. Fedderke. ROW TWO: J. Hess, E. Gerdeman, M. Von Deylen, J. Stevens, B. Michaelis, P. Spitler, J. Krum, Mrs. Nestleroad, Advisor. The Student Library Assistants of Napoleon High School, had as their aim to become more familiar with the library and its functions. This they accomplished by working in the library at least three periods a week and attending the group meetings. Throughout the year they promote many money making proiects such as sales tax stamp drives and bake sales from which the proceeds are spent on new books for the school library. At various times of the year they also send books out to be rebound. Through their knowledge and service the members have been able to help every student and faculty member of the school at some time or another. ROW ONE: I. Young, J. Boles, J. Schnitkey, C. Hoover, P. Brahney. ROW TWO: E. Panning, L. Miller, M. Nye, S. Johnson, M. Glanz. SOPRHIID FIIID FllT0-IIIIHED CHURUS if -AP v-3.9, by V , ,-s , Ag .k V , K .-..,... .. , V 'WM .. M , gf ' k k - - . ' , 0 ' " M ' A., 'L W , ' -r ' - A 4 M ' " 'V f , . NI i , , .. -1- ... . s . !'!""'!Q"""T. 1' V.. .. W' 'ef'.'. . 'Vw V- 'te ::: V, -Z -'fi 1' ' M fe! -I -' -- .- .. T 'figs f' i t Rnd!!-,. 5. ,,, A , f ' f ' . .rw :K --'sr , V ' . .7!4 ..: 'Z' 'Q " fi' -if 'K " '- ' . ' - -5 ph, . , ' we 4'-' .. 1.55, :r' " ' " Y! .5 .QTTQ -'-Q, L - " . vw, I' ,. .1 , .SS Music in some form or other is available to each and every member of the High School. The Mixed Chorus, well, takes its share. They have given many concerts to the public throughout the year, with the out- standing ones being Christmas and Spring. The group continued on with their money- making schemes and turned out a huge Spaghetti Supper for their main proiect. With Choir Robes as their goal for the future the success of this past year proved very helpful in shortening the time as to when the robes shall be a reality. BUYS EIISEIIIBLE The Boys Ensemble, consisting of four sen- iors and four under- classmen, rendered their fine renditions of songs throughout the year. 58 ROW ONE: R. Ohlrich, D. Rettig, C. Hoover, S. Rasey, M. Osborn, J. Hoeffel, C. Dillon, M. Cobb, J. Warehime, L. Hess, B. Ory, J. Lepley, B. Kurber, M. Coscarelli, J. Shondell, R. Hahn, M. Swein- hagen, M. Glanz, P. Brahney. ROW TWO: B. Wendt, N. Bunn, B. Bokerman, K. Taylor, S. Zellers, S. Hahn, C. Quillman, J. Miller, P. Wright, N. Puehler, M. Lucas, J. Walker, M. Hurst, C. Homan, S. Sellenings, D. Kauss, S. Sauer, C. Young. ROW THREE: C. Wiechers, M. Mullen, L. Amos, B. Beck, J Kruse, M. Patterson, C. Lude- man, C. Grim, S. Ludeman, L. Meyer, M. Walker, P. Haase, K. Bindeman, M. Greenhagen, E. Behnfeldt, R. Ward, V. Smith M. Cordes. ROW FOUR: R. Wiemken, M Norden, M. Eichoff, L. Dachen- haus, K. Lemon, B. Behnteldt C. Knipp, M. Pacey, S. Handy- side, A. Herman, C. Crahan, J Hoy, P. Seabold, S. Good, G Honeck, J. Clymer, L. Slee, J Graetz, L. lieter, E. Jackson. ,." 4 U I ' 9 J -x Q-L. T. Short, A. England, B. Haase, C. Harrison, B. Gray, B. Fanning, B. Reichert, J. Rasey. ROW ONE: Mr. Lassen, C. Conkey, J. Bernicke, B. Barton, M. Fouts, J. Speiser, L. Brubaker, C. Herman, C. Riley, J. Mann, J. Swick, J. Hartly, W. Huner, S. Jackson, B. Fox. ROW TWO: J. Daugnault, B. Vorwerk, B. Druhot, K. Precht, S. Babcock, D. Gerdeman, J. Sheeley, C. Groll, B. Knipp, L. Cockes, C. Frepple, P. Nye, J. Lanzer, K. Eichoff, S. Crossler. ROW THREE: S. Moore, C. Raush, M. B. Parcels, J. Osborn, G. Walker, C. Harrison, R. Vocke, M. Fedderke, K. Sonnenberg, R. Wallan, M. Farison, M. Danenberg, K. Barton. TRIPLE TRID The Triple Trio of Napoleon High School did more than their share to entertain the student body. Not only did they serve the students but also made numerous appearances to the various clubs of Napoleon, very well representing our school. FRESHIRRII CHORUS This was the first year for this new organization, which was started under the watch- ful eye of Mr. Lassen. Although this club did not make too many appear- ances, nevertheless, it proved worth while. K. Taylor, C. Crahan, N. Bunn, M. Hurst, P. Haase, K. Bindeman, J. Haeftel, N. Puehler, C. Homan. BRSS and TEIIOR-IRIRED CHORUS ROW ONE: T. Short, B. Haase, D. Travis, A. Eng- land, C. Dieringer, J. Fruth, B. Gray. ROW TWO: B. Hagen, T. Ory, L. Cocke, C. Harrison, R. Helberg, G. Miller, L. Teeple, Mr. Lassen. ROW THREE: L. Hoover, J. Rasey, P. Cochran, G. Det- mer, B. Panning, B. Micha- elis, J. Joseph, B. Reichert. 59 l H-CLUB The N-Club is an organization of all boys that have received a Varsity award in any one of the major sports, football, basketball, track, baseball, and golf. They formed to raise money to buy useful things for the athletic department of Napoleon High School. They also give a scholarship to an out- standing athlete. The members will also remember the annual picnic in the spring with great en- thusiasm and satisfaction. N-Club Officers President.. ..,,. .,...,...,...,.,..,,......,.....,. ,,,. L . Teeple Vice President. .. ............. .,..,.. T .Welker Secretary and Treasurer ...,,,. .,,e,. G . Detmer H-CLUB RESERUE RONM ONE: L. Kimberly, T. Bost, H. Sauber, R. Plassman, ROW TWO: Cochran, N. Mr. Mossing, P. Shiebley, M. Bru- baker, L. Yockee, G. Franz, J. Hoelfel, J. Reiser. ROW ONE: J. Homan, G. Detmer, J. Swearingen, T. Walker, J. Fetter, R. Plassman, M. Jackson, J. Reiser. ROW TWO: B. Reichert, B. Gray, T. Hagen, M. Brubaker, W. Landes, P. Cochran, P. Schroeder, B. Schnitkey, J. Hoeffel,,L. Hoover. ROW THREE: Mr. Mossing, R. Miller, L. Lepley, L. Teeple, L. Hoover, C. Parcels, B. Flory, D. Travis, K. Bischoff, Mr. Buckenmeyer. Dunmire, C. Mei The Student Council, in its l9th year, promotes the use of Democracy by the students in the management of school affairs. Representatives of this organiza- tion are students who were elected in their homerooms and the Presidents of all Clubs which have been in exist- ence for three years. Runners-up in each Homeroom and the Vice-Presb dents from the Clubs are automatic- ally Alternates. The first maior proiect for the Stu- dent Council of the season was stag- ing another successful Homecoming. This year once again we say that the parade was the biggest and the dance the best ever. They next sponsored the annual magazine drive, with the proceeds going to the various clubs and classes. Then as a climax to a busy year, they presented a scholarship to a deserv- ing senior. Student Council ROW ONE: R. Woodw C. Kimberly, S. Gomer, John L. Johnson. ROW TWO: M. Hoy, Shartzer, C. Wiechers, Schultz, H. Sauber, Teeple. ROW THREE: M. J. Osb Dieringer, B. Gray, Cochran, M. Brubaker, Michaelis. ROW FOUR: R. Boyd, Moore, B. Blue, M. Me T. Kline. STUDEIIT COUllCll Student Council Alternates ard M. Eickhoff, A. Herman, C Riley, R. Hahn, J. Shartzer Mr J R l. OYI1 J. Herman, C. Harrison, cf P. B. S Yer, ROW ONE: M. Von Deylen, K. Taylor, M. Coscarelli, M. Brink, B. Fouts, E. Nye, R. Helberg. ROW TWO: P. Haase, E. Lytle, S. Johnson, J. Graetz, K. Welsh, E. Bruns, D. Cramer. ROW THREE: K. Ziegler, T. Short, L. Leifer, J. Bernicke, L. Hoover, W. Landes, T. Ory, D. Glanz, D. Travis. .a X ,J .X rg , -W-1 Officers President .......................... A. Herman Vice President ....... ....... M . Brubaker Secretary .......... ..... J . Shartzer Treasurer ..... .... P . Cochran 1 l PHUJECTIDIIIST ClUB ROW ONE: E. Nye, T. Hoeffel B. Schultz, A. England, R. Plass man. ROW TWO: E. Bruns, J. Joseph J. Shafer, B. Michaelis. ROW THREE: G. Chambers, T Short. ROW FOUR: J. Sheppard. ROW FIVE: F, Sauber, B. Sane- holtz. 'W Members of this club donate their free periods to make it possible for more and better movies to be shown to the student body. Members of this group, chosen by the faculty, are willing to give up their free periods to serve the school. A few of their many duties include keeping the halls cleared during classes, welcoming and escorting visitors to their destinations. ROW ONE: J, Walker, J. Shart- zer, M. Von Deylen, M. Eickhoff, M. Lucas, S. Hahn, B. Bischoff. ROW TWO: J. Clymer, S. Agler, M. Brink, J. Miller, J. Franz, M. Fahringer, J. Hess. 62 All appreciate any service which these students so willingly and freely give. 1 President l Wayne Bockleman Vice President Bruce Haase Advisor Mr. Cuff ROW ONE: Janet Shartzer, Angela Herman, Pat Spitler, Connie Wiechers, Mr. John Cuff. ROW TWO: Wayne Bockleman, Bruce House, Fred German. National Honor Society members are appointed from the Junior and Senior students on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. To wear the pin signifying membership in this organization is an extreme honor. The group per- forms many service proiects, with the high point of the year being the initiation of new members. Pat Spitler Angela Herman llllTl0lllll H0ll0R SUCIETV l l Officers President ........................ J. Shartzer f Vice President ...... ....... E . Lytle C - abmet Secretary ......... ............ P . Haase -I-recisurer-WH M. Sweinhogen ROSKVOEP: M. Swelnhagen, E. Lytle, J. Shartzer, Mrs. Russell, S. Good Advisor .e.., ..... M rs. Russell Row TWO: M. Pscey, P. Hams, M. Brink, M. Cobb, c. Homan, Service is the main purpose of the Y-Teen Club. This year under the direction of Mrs. Russell, their advisor, many worthwhile projects were carried out. As usual the club won a prize with their float in the Homecoming Parade and had the annual shaker sale at the game. They also managed the concession stand at a football game, sponsored dances, and held a bake sale. Once again they gave a Christmas Party with under-privileged children as their honored guests, and later on presented the traditional Easter program. Their last act of the year was an impressive induction service of the new members and officers followed by a tea for their mothers. ROW ONE: C. Wiechers, C. Ludeman, N. Puehler, K. Taylor, N. Bunn, B. Bokerman, J. Shartzer, J. Sharlzer, M. Hoy, M. Lucas, J. Stevens, P. Spiller, J. Krum, R. Woodward, B. Precht, M. Von Deylen, M. Pacey. ROW TWO: l. Meyer, C. Young, K. Welsh, P. Haase, E. Lylle, J. Hoy, C. Dillon, P. Seabold, S. Good, M. Brink, K. Bindeman, J. Clymer, G. Honeck. ROW THREE: J. Shondell, S. Sellenings, J. Warehime, B. Ory, M. Sweinhagen, M. Behrens, C. Homan, M. Hurst, D. Kauss, M. Cobb, R. Hahn, J. Walker, Mrs. Russell, J. Gebhardl, E. Kruse, L. Kryder, B. Watkins. l. T RETHILIIIG ClllB President .......................A....A....... Ted Kline Vice President ...... ....... D on Cramer Secretary ,....... .... J anet Shartzer Treasurer ...... .... M aurice Meyer ir The Retailing Club is affiliated with the national club and has set as its outstanding purpose, the development of progressive, respected, and successful leadership in retailing. Janet Shartzer, Club secretary, was elected also as District Secretary at the convention held at Bowling Green last fall. They managed dances at various stages throughout the year and also held the annual Employer and Employee Banquet, in the Spring, with great satisfaction for a successful year. Kg.: 'i ROW ONE: N. Druhot, M. Mohring, Mr. Shelley, I. Gable, J. Shartzer. ROW TWO: R. Dietrich, M. Meyers, E. Miller, D. Cramer, T. Kline, D. Willeman. Science Club Officers President ...................... C. Dieringer Vice President ...... ............ T . Ory Secretary ........... ..... B . Wendt Treasurer ...... ..... C . Crahan Librarian ...... .... S . Gomer Advisor ...... .... M r. Haas The Science Club members consist of any student who has taken or is in the process of taking a laboratory science and has written an application for joining. Throughout the year, the members plan and work on individual proiects which are then taken to the Science Day program at Bowling Green in the Spring. ROW ONE: C. Dieringer, J. Boles, T. Hagen, B. Hagen, T. Ory, L. Frank, G. Chambers, S. Gomer. ROW TWO: R. Shepperd, C. Raush, J. Graelz, J. Gebhart, Mr. Haas, M. Harmon, C. Crahan, B. Wendt J. Harper. 'a 4. vig. , 5 ,Q .,- L4 w. QQ ,kt ' fx Q" fs NL Q ,S x 4 . - K is X .- rg 35 ? Bw Ks X Q, . N ,.g, 5 :QNX . W -L Q f, be x.- -- Mn i nil A Wh, ,QR in me 4.56. Q. 'Vw 'af 411 ,. ' ff' in if xi'-if 'l is ROW ONE: G. Detmer, L. Hoover, F. German, B. Gray, B. Reichert, B. Schnitkey, L. Teeple, L. Lepley, J. Rasey, J. Nestleroad, C. Parsels, G. Bankey, T. Walker. ROW TWO: Coach Mossing, C. Martinez, H. Sauber, E. Hoeffel, B. Brubaker, P. Schroeder, K. Bischoff, L. Hoover, R. Miller, J. Shafer, B. Flory, C. Dieringer, T. Bost, P. Knipp, Coach Buckenmeyer. ROW THREE: Mgr. Hoeffel, C. Kimberly, K. Zeigler, B. Blue, L. Dunmire, D. Lighthill, G. Chambers, W. Bowles, S. Gomer, G. Franz, C. Hall, B. Schultz, Mgr. Jennings. 1955 FO0TBllLL TElllil Mr. Charles Buckenmeyer, Napoleon High School Football coach, had the pleasure of being dunked in the shower with his co-coaches, Mr. William Mossing and Mr. Mel Carl, by members of his football team after the Wildcats won the N.W.O.A.L. Championship. The Wildcats had a very successful season with a record of 7 wins, l tie, and 1 loss. This was the first time in 4 years that the Wildcats were awarded the coveted trophy. Napoleon ...... .... 8 Swanton ...... ...... I 2 Napoleon ...... .... 6 Montpelier ..... ...... 6 Napoleon ...... ...... D efiance .. Napoleon Holland ........ Napoleon Liberty Center Napoleon Bowling Green Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Delta ............ Bryan ........ Wauseon .... UHRSITY l .. J. Rasey: L. Teeple: L. Lepley: All-League All-League End Defensive Guard Defensive and Offensive End, D. C. Brown Award, Co-Captain G. Bankey: C. Parsels: J. Nestleroad All-League All-League Center Offensive Guard, Defensive and Co-Caplain Offensive Tackle T. Walker: G. Detmer: B. Schnifkey Quarterback All-League Half-Back Defensive Half-Back R. Reichert: L. Hoover B. Gray F. German End Tackle Half-Back Guard LETTERIIIFIII . L X.. F. - - N' "'k 'N I n . L. HCOVER C. MARTINEZ R. MILLER All-League Offensive All-League Offensive Full-Back Half-Back Half-Back 'Wx B. FLORY K. BISCHOFF C. DIERINGER End Tackle ei' 1 I B. BRUBAKER J. SHAFER E. HOEFFEL Guard Tackle Quarter-Back Guard P. SCHROEDER H. SAUBER Half-Back Half-Back S. GOMER Quarter-Back .- X in , ,Ni ' . W, a- .,,wmw1+5Q,wp - -. W 'ff ,X . 1 .. . , , K? , fx -. 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Yackee, Coach Knape. KNEELING: Mgr. Swearingen, S. Gomer, L. Dunmire, G. Chambers, T. Freytag. Perrysburg .,.. Whitmer .rr.., Libbey ...,, Wauseon .A.. Montpelier ..,. Bryan ..........,. Liberty Center Defiance e,r,,,,, Wauseon .,,,., Defiance ....,.,, Bowling Green Liberty Center Bryan ......,..... Montpelier ,,.. Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon D'TRAVm ll x.TEEPtt UHRSITV J. FETTER W. SCHNITKEY Y L-LEPLEY LETTERITIEII 3, FLORY ff' STANDING: T. Short, J. Ycrnell, B. Sanehollz, D. Cheatwood, R. Goode, F. Sauber, Coach Mossing. KNEELING: N. Bostleman, L. Mariin, T. Hoeffel, B. Henrich, H. Shumaker, C. Harrison, Mgr. Herge. STANDING: Coach Schie, D. Conrad, H. Bevelhymer, C. Eberwine, L. Saneholtz, B. Winzeler KNEELING: R. Walker, T. Zellers, C. Harrison, M. Shove, L. Adams, T. Moore. TOP ROW: C. Mengerink, N. Shiebley, J. Shafer, T. Bosl, J. Hoeffel, J. Reiser, P. Schroeder, L. Brubaker. CENTER: C. Martinez, C. Dieringer, W. Landes, K. Bischoff, T. Walker, J. Rasey, J. Bankey. BOTTOM ROW: W. Schnitkey, T. Hagen, G. Miller, L. Babcock, D. Schnitkey, L. Teeple, G. Franz, G. Bankey. The i955 track team had a good season this year with Bill Schnitkey setting a new record time in the mile. The boys are to be congratulated and we hope that they will be able to set more records in the future. STANDING: T. Schuette, J. Swearingen, Couch Mossing, L. Westhoven KNEELING: J. Fetter, T. Walker, G. Bush, R. Gray. 77 'I' ill if w..f Wg . ,r Wg . fya 'Mak WMM fl h poin QB oWlel S Qs s' Q S Q Y Q ssQss,5qF . any Yi Q gf Q, R S z is-v S Q. f 3 is Y-s'1',"i' A 5 ovili nl. safe sand' otlo Bowling is a very important part of girls G. A. A. The sport is enioyed by girls in the freshman, sopho- more, iunior, and senior classes. For those seniors who have bowled their last game in this organiza- ore tion, may we say, "Long live their gutters!!" ROW ONE: M. Cobb, S. Good, M. Like. ROW TWO: M. Brink, P. Seabold, K. Lowry. BOWLING BUWS IIITRHITIURFILS Oops gutter! This has got fo be good. Whaf, no ball? 5 . 6300 4 SRO 4' '44 qi 0 1 60f X O5 dec Xe vox 'x My but if's crowded around here. Up in the air Junior Birdsmen GIRLS SPDRTS A foul there shall be. A iump U . . ball? Guard that girl! 0 O .s-4464, Volleyball any one? Sfeady now! Y " -sl' ix ,I 'Xi ,P Ns r 32 X gl-5: S x if , S X' A "'NuMM"N'w X L, 1 W SM .H .44 xw-'HQ l SQL: rx ,I T .51-' EN 3? JUIW SIIIIFER HUIIIECDIIIIIIG QUEEII 4 . A M Q .W + . X . Y ix' 5 f :L ' - W -wuw.-1 K 5 ws ,fs-unsne ,f:!lr WLS we ,X is 5 Rh in Q K A am A -li ? 1 2 I 3, fi e za ess T? iv ., YW' ,1 -ef Ang .a in ' f 5 , 5 i X: 'J' Queen and Court 6 1? e 47 g il D - ge. 1 . is 1 7 gf' v j mhh- Z . V 6 0 A .. A X . f X 0000 00760 .. Q5 ,.:, ' :buf ox Oo, - 1 "E . dxfyg '09 0 ' 2'e:1 Go" 0006 e Q, HDIIIECUITIIIIG Queen's First Dance is 1 HUIIIECOIIIIIIG 0 J' O O 0 'P Q 0 zo 60 b ,XO A , 4 0 19 xg -X Q, 00, 'X 'Ql- - 1 X, ,.- , 56 w ' ' gl-Mfg: . 'Z' a vm, fl 'X 5" 4 ' ff if LHQ941-. Y, . , N' f ix' JK? ,fl First Prize Floaf lndusfrial Arfs Club X A .eos cf' 46 0 Q O 'ox A Q 3, ws- Le nhon Capri in May xv! Lisbon Antigua Panel Members Y A f ELA.-4 Monday Serenade Deep Purple 88 Clair De Lune Black Denim Trousers X X x KE X K Q, K 'W xv Q .X R 5 1? IGHWHV 3 M0000 Take Me Back to Toy Land The annual dance concert "Highway Billboards" was held March 20th and 2lst. The theme of Bill- eg-Oro, boards was carried throughout by the girls, as each dance was presented by a "billboard" motto. Pfoyef Night Train Slue Foot Autumn Leaves 89 Bu Mrs. Taylor ,,., ....,......... D onna Walters, Karen Welsh Evelyn Taylor .,........ Barbara Wendt, Carolyn Lanzer d ,,,..AY......,...vw,.,,. Donald Cook, Loren Schwiebert The Junior Class presented "Mr, Barry's Etchings" a comedy in three acts, on December 5 and 6. Mr. Robert D. Robinson directed the production. The story concerns Judson Barry, an enthusiastic etcher, who makes marvelous imitations of a fifty dollar bill. The counterfeit is so perfect that it escapes detection by everyone but the super-crook, "Fifty" Ferris, a woman who lives by passing coun- terfeits. Barry's town is in the hands of strong political organizations and all of the worthy causes are suffering. Out of the goodness of his heart, he distributes his counterfeit bills to all the good causes.. The town shows signs of recovery at CAST Judson Barry .................... Wayne Landes, Ben Reese Marvin Prichard .......... Carl Dieringer, Neil Sheibley Carrie Stanwich..Patricia Haase, Maureen Meekison "Fifty" Ferris .........,........ Janice Hoeffel, Sara Sauer "Sawbuck" Sam ............ Earl Short, Ronald Plassman Mrs. Griswold ........ Mary Jay Osborn, Carolyn Young Sam Jordan ...... ................................... J erry Fruth Tom Crosby ...... ......................... D ennie Travis Daisy ............................ Pam Seabold, Joan Herman Kenneth Plunkett .... Robert DuByne, Kenneth Bischoff Q: 5 'Ib 9: QS' s" V once but "Fifty" Ferris and her sidekick "Saw- buck" Sam show up. They try to make a deal with Barry but he overpowers them with a toy sub- machine gun and they are turned over tothe police. However, it is then discovered that he has been circulating counterfeits. The people sympathize with him and try to get him a pardon but he won't accept it. A big movie executive offers him a huge sum of money for his life story. So, he makes a deal whereby he can buy back his counterfeits with good money. It all ends well and Barry looks forward to the peace and quiet of a short iail term. HIIRSEIIIC Flllll 0lD MICE" "Arsenic and Old Lace" was the name of the hilarious comedy presented by the faculty of the Napoleon Public School, on March 9 and 10. It was the story of two charming and innocent ladies who populated their cellar with the remains of socially and religiously "acceptable" roomersg of their brothers who thought he was Teddy Rooseveltg and of the activities of the older brother who looked like Frankenstein and was a notorious killer. The play, very well received by capacity audiences, included as members of the cast: Abby Brewster ...,................ The Reverend Dr. Harper ....... ., ...... Teddy Brewster ..... Officer Brophy ........ Miss Klein ............... Martha Brewster... Elaine Harper ....,... Mortimer Brewster. ........Kay Lenhart .......Dick Lenhart ..............Bob Case ......John Swearingen .........Betty Theabold Dorothy Hartman .....Chardee Case ........Bob Robinson Mr. Gibbs .................. ....,... B ernard Haas Jonathon Brewster ......., ..,,.,..,. B ill Straub Dr. Einstein .........,4,. ,,,.,,,,,,, B ill Scruta Officer O'Hara .......... .,,... P haron Heckler Lieutenant Rooney ....... Mr. Witherspoon... ......John Shelley ......Martin Lassen 'll rg ,0 s ll mr The Cactus Wildcat, a rip-roaring western by James A. Wallerstein was presented to the children of Napoleon by the 4th period Speech Class. "If you pretend too hard, everything you pretend will come true", the story, based on this phrase, told of Nancy and Ronnie who did not heed the warning. So Nancy became a gypsy Princess, sing- ing and dancing in the Gopher Hole. Ronnie, the Cactus Wildcat, with flashing water pistol, outshoots Terrible Pete's bandits. On his stalwart hobby horse, he outrides the Sheriff's posse, turns the tables on his enemies, winning the Princess in a two-fisted action packed finish. THE Cl0UJlI HIID HIS CIRCUS A big trunk is seen on the stage with someone inside yelling and pleading to be let out. A boy from the audience opens it and out hops the circus clown Dodo who had fallen asleep in it. Thus, begins "The Clown and His Circus". At first Dodo is desolate that his circus has gone on without him, but then he starts on an adventure, during which he meets Harold, a rabbit, Ginger, a monkey, Pauline, a don- key, and Charlie, a big lion, all left behind by the circus. Three robbers, Mr. Smith and his two helpers, Simple and Muir' lt. Slats, steal a magnificent birthday cake from Dumpling, daughter of Mrs. Flooterpusher. The rest of the play tells how Dodo and his friends trail and capture the robbers and get enough money for another birthday cake. The play, directed by Mr. Dan Wawrzyniak, was pre- sented to the school children of Napoleon. STRTE FRIR The Senior Class presented "State Fair," three act comedy, early in May. The play w directed by Mr. Richard A, Lenhart. The story tells of the Frake family and th annual trip to the state fair. Their entries ' prizes are mother's pickles and a hog, Bl Boy. Both Margy and Wayne are romanticc interested at home in Harry and Elanor, l they meet Pat and Emily at the fair and deci to have a romantic summer fling. State Fair gave the fun and excitement the annual fairs held throughout the Unit States, as well as the heartaches, the laught and the drama of everyday life. so Q . l ' a l Q S gigs ' S ,las rf- at fr N N A If IQ - , ' - QL. Mig M o , s : .:. K Vkkk :ikk K Q 6' '32 Az es 'Qs' The Junior-Senior Prom, sponsored by the class of i956 was held in the new South Side School gymnasium on June l, 1955. The theme of the prom was "Spring Fantasy" and the location was gaily decorated with flowers and had a center setting of a bird bath on a small knoll surrounded by flowers. Music was provided by Jack Clark's orchestra. Shirley Agler, do will and bequeath my liking for school to anyone who plays hookey. Gene Bankey, do will and bequeath my ability to ruin a lathe to Larry Denny. Betty Lou Behnfeldt, do will and bequeath my shorthand ability to next year's shorthand class. Bonnie Bischoff, do will and bequeath my ability to talk fast to anyone who talks slow. Wayne Bockelman, do will and bequeath my ability to chatter that I inherited from Marlene Crossland to anyone who wants it. Beverly Bokerman, do will and bequeath my ability to drive Tom's car to Sue Rathke. Jim Boles, do will and bequeath my middle name to' anyone who wants to sound distinguished. Earlene Brown, do will and bequeath my social problems book to Margaret Kruse providing she uses it as l did. Eilert Bruns, do will and bequeath my artistic ability to Bim Flory for doodling on the desks in school. Nancy Bunn, do will and bequeath my ability to laugh at Mr. Lenhart's iokes that aren't funny, to anyone who wants to make passing grades. Phil Cochran, do will and bequeath my "busted" tuba to Ben Resse, my line Mate. Don Cramer, do will and bequeath my ability to put up with Mr. Shelley for two periods a day, to next year's retailing class. Luella Dachenhaus, do will and bequeath my shorthand ability to Mary Jay Osborn. Nina Dannenberg, do will and bequeath my typ- ing ability to Jim Cook and Rease Hunter. Gene Detmer, do will and bequeath my motor scooter to Mary Hurst who wears "Black Denim Trousers." Richard Dietrich, do will and bequeath my good grades to Bob Cramer. Nancy Druhot, do will and bequeath my love for going to Grelton nights, instead of staying home to study, to Norma Kretz. Charles Ebeirly, do will and bequeath my photo- graphic ability to Gary Lloyd. Marsha Eickhoff, do will and bequeath my presi- dency of F. H. A. to my sister Karen. Donna Fedderke, do will and bequeath my con- stant chatter to Bim Flory. Judy Fetter, do will and bequeath my parking place to Dennie Travis. Janet Franz, do will and bequeath my 1955 Buick to Bob Goode. llene Gable, do will and bequeath my pig- headedness to Mr. Shelley. Delmar Gasche, do will and bequeath Mr. John- son to next year's senior English class. Elaine Gerdeman, do will and bequeath my suit- case to my sister Dorothy, to carry her books home. Fred German, do will and bequeath my ability to get math to Neil Sheibley. Delbert Glanz, do will and bequeath "Frenchie" to Mary Ann Walker. Donelda Glore, do will and bequeath my temper to my sister Bonnie. Jerry Goode, do will and bequeath my ability to get picked up by the Police to Dennie Travis. Robert Gray, do will and bequeath my pickup truck to "Bucky" for transportation to and from football practice. Charles Groll, do will and bequeath my devilish ways and locker to Roger Murry. Bruce Haase, do will and bequeath my devilish ways which I inherited from Gene Gerken who inherited them from Bill Rogers to Jim Meyer. Bill Hagen, do will and bequeath my Chrysler to Freddie Sauber, "poor boy." Tony Hagen, do will and bequeath my "Hot Pon- tiac" to Mr. Robinson, whose car doesn't even start. Sue Hahn, do will and bequeath my ability to start to school at 8:55 A.M. and not be tardy, to Cecelia Dillon. Sue Handyside, do will and bequeath my "late- ness to band" ability to Sandy Good. Fred Heitman, do will and bequeath my ability in bookkeeping to next year's class. Roger Helberg, do,will and bequeath my ability to appreciate "Hillbilly Music" to Mr. Lassen. Angela Herman, do will and bequeath my march- ing ability to Harold, the flute player. Janet Hess, do will and bequeath my small feet to Jackie Jackson. Bill Hoeffel, do will and bequeath my ability to pick up the neighbors on the way to school to Ed. Larry Hoover, do will and bequeath my speed and ability to move, to Walter Bowles. Marcia Hoy, do will and bequeath my ability to ride around in a Buick to Brent Hendricks. James Joseph, do will and bequeath my ability to sleep in Social Problems class to anyone who needs the rest. Ted Kline, do will and bequeath my iob at Red and Ted's to Sam Gomer. Carolyn Knipp, do will and bequeath my height l5' l"l to Bonnie Funchion. Janet Krum, do will and bequeath my driving practices to Ben Reese. Bill Kruse, do will and bequeath my study habits to anyone who can use them. Joan Kruse, do will and bequeath my love for dancing and singing to Bridget Beck. Kathleen Lemon, do will and bequeath my love of roller skating to Bonnie Glore. LeRoy Lepley, do will and bequeath my converti- ble to Janice Hoeffel. Mary Lee Lucas, do will and bequeath my bunk bed at band camp to Carol Homan. Connie Ludeman, do will and bequeath my baby- sitter's apprentices lboysl to Carol Grim, hoping she's a better boss than I was. May Ludeman, do will and bequeath my quietness to anyone who is the opposite of me. Maurice Meyer, do will and bequeath my ability to raise "heck" at conventions to Mr. Shelley. Charles Meyers, do will and bequeath my ability to stay away from German weddings to Ronnie Plassman. Bernard Michaelis, do will and bequeath my ability to "Hot-Rod" around to Jerry Fruth. lLong may you drive safely.l Betty Jane Michaeles, do will and bequeath my white hair to Mr. Johnson. Alvin Miller, do will and bequeath my blond hair to Alan England. Joyce Miller, do will and bequeath my ability to meet out of town boys to Sunny Wright. May she enioy it as much as I do. Norman Miller, do will and bequeath my ability to travel around to anyone who has lived in the same house all of his life. Norma Mohring, do will and bequeath my seat in Retailing class to Robert Schultz so he won't have to stand while showing retailing movies. Mariorie Mullen, do will and bequeath my con- vertible to anyone who wants to mop it out after a downpour. Jan Nestleroad, do will and bequeath my ability to skip agriculture to Bob Blue. Mary Lou Norden, do will and bequeath my past good luck to anyone who needs it. May they be happy to receive it. Eldon Nye, do will and bequeath my F.F.A. office to next year's vice president. Tom Ory, do will and bequeath my ability to work advanced algebra to Heidi Sauber. Maryann Pacey, do will and bequeath my straw- berry blond hair to Mr. Robinson, he is getting to the point where he will need it soon. Charles Parsels, do will and bequeath my strength and muscles to Dave Pauley for football. Leon Pauley, do will and bequeath my iob at the Northwest News to Danny Lighthill. Barbara Precht, do will and bequeath my blue eyes and blond hair to Mary Ann Coscarelli. Norma Puehler, do will and bequeath my drum- sticks to "Kibo" Graetz, llong may he play.l Carolyn Quillman, do will and bequeath my dark hair to Connie Hoover. John Rasey, do will and bequeath my inter- national fame to play that dirty "rough and roll" game of football to that masterful Tom Short. 7 .V ..1.. Ji i Bob Reichert, do will and bequeath my ability to get bookkeeping to anyone who needs a grade such as l get. Charlene Rochester, do will and bequeath my twin brother to anyone who can put up with him as long as l have. Charles Rochester, do will and bequeath my small build to Tom Short. Carolyn Rothenberger, do will and bequeath my laugh to anyone who can put up with it as long as l have. Bill Schintkey, do will and bequeath my long legs to Heidi Sauber. Jim Schintkey, do will and bequeath my orange and black outfit to Liberty Center's football team. Ruth Schuette, do will and bequeath my freckles to Marilyn Fouts. Judy Shafer, do will and bequeath my beat-up megaphone to "Varsity Moe". lLong may he cheer.l Janet Shartzer, do will and bequeath my love for "Macbeth" and the "Tale of Two Cities" to Mr. Robinson. He may need it in coming years. Judy Shartzer, do will and bequeath my liking of cheerleading to Marge Cobb. lLong may she yell.l Pat Spitler, do will and bequeath my ability to get on the super honor roll to any and all fresh- man. Don Starkey, do will and bequeath my height to Ronnie Miller. Janet Stevens, do will and bequeath my gutter balls to Karen Lowry. Kaye Taylor, do will and bequeath my place in Triple Trio to Joyce Walker. Larry Teeple, do will and bequeath my athletic ability to Ralph Vance. Martha Von Deylen, do will and bequeath my iob as underclass editor to Lois Meyer. The headaches and the aspirins go with it. Terry Walker, do will and bequeath my brain to science. Maybe they can get more out of it than I did. Connie Wiechers, do will and bequeath my hair to Carolyn Lanzer. Ruth Wiemken, do will and bequeath my en- thusiasm and zest for roller skating to all who enioy it as l do. David Willeman, do will and bequeath my car to Marilyn Cordes. Rosalie Woodward, do will and bequeath my sales technique to Joyce Walker for her use at Bernicke's grocery. Pat Wright, do will and bequeath my bottle of peroxide to anyone dissatisfied with the present color of their hair. 'ii 97 00 eww 35 i,,,z,,,,, .. S ,,s X X 1 . A :AQ X S, Z. End of the Floats I+ ,- so SIIHPS 4' I , .e .- .. ' - r. I , Q- .. . W 0, V s of isfmi . fir 4 , First Prize 98 Old Glory Hard Working Semors f' : f 1 ,g5f.,i?9l5E 1 ROYAL CLEANERS Napoleon Lumber Co. LUMBER AND BUlLDER'S SUPPLIES BILL TRAVIS Motor Sales Inc. SALES AND SERVICE Napoleon, Ohio Armbruster Feed 81 Supplies PURINA CHOWS For all Livestock and Poultry 510 Euclid Ave. Napoleon, Ohio Bokerman Sales 81 Service NEW IDEA - DEXTER WASHERS STUDEBAKER - ALLIS CHALMERS Gerryfr Beauty Shop GERRY EDWARDS, PROP. C. J. RAMUS CO. GOODRICH TIRES TELEVISION - APPLIANCES Long E y T Compliments of CURDES BAKERY QUALITY BAKED oooos BERNICKE'S sur ssnvlc: CA H QUALITY MARKET THE S U CTS GOTTSCHALK SHOE STORE Freeman Shoes and Sandlers of Boston CORNER COFFEE SHOP Chalky Gilliland, Prop. RE IC l'l E RTS Jswzmv sroma NAPOLEON, OHIO 1 Finerty's Watson Shoe 8' Fixery Lash Compliments of Hardware FRUCHEY'S CLOVER FARM STORE NAPOLEON HARDWARE Compliments of BOB HANDYSIDE'S SERVICE CENTER FOOD MARKET SNYDER CHEVROLET NAPOLEON, OHIO HOWARDS' GILBERT 8. HERR DRUGS FRIENDLY G C SERVICE Compliments of HAGEN 8. SONS A ww . 4 , 'ffm' K, ,u,f ,C.ff,,f' QL- f ?f4jf9" ' :ii .K f M' SIIIIPS 5-if 'f ofax -af' Track Stars Y pn.. 'Q 'ref . cite ,, v, .L 41, Fr " ':1:"'E'-1 51 Hog" .:. 2- f:f"'f Q , '-g-m m , . iff' 4" ' L 11 K 4' . 4 ' . 1 'ff , . A 4' - - ..f '4-'V' ' I I 'K Tr. I Atv-egg! l , X ' ' F Ill! X .. J" K 9 i"'s-nv' ' X-" . .4 'I Q A - Iwmgfc' Y ,L -,..4. .zw1'J:'Q'f'7- ,. .1 -If .Ls , ,, M., ,S A . L' ' 'nr ':"'AAv7"Jf' M5 .s K af' ' . b. Rub-Wdub du Angels? 'l'-' " Wally Lafta, Prop Compliments of Conrad Shoe Store Hays' Bowling Center Huskies 8- Jarman 111 E. Clinton St. Austermiller 81 Lucas i Goodrich Tire 8- Acc. Phone 7582 N. Perry St. Napoleon, Ohio Compliments of Compliments gf The Farm Bureau Co-op Ass'n. Carl H. Gerlren Napoleon, Ohio Engineer 106 Leog A 15 ,NM ,v V- ,gifsfm Q f-A ,A Xossico Junior C, RP5 Trai? ic Stopp GTS nThe Nf- ee, ,-ww., I XUpX n fo- '35 sr. .X- f X 'H Compliments of CLOTHING WinzeIer's Market STANDARD DIETRICH'S PLUMBING FRIENDLY SERVICE 8 Mobilubrication HEATING C.. washing .nd waxing BILLIG'S FIRESTONE STORE Harper's Supply Inc. coBB's DAVIS PAINT Ass'N. NAPOLEON, OHIO ave the Surface and you save al Tastee Freeze Honeck Deluxe Cleaners Free Moth Protection Harley's Gulf Station "The finest in Service" Compliments of Walters Heating Augustine 8. Hoetfel's "Clothes for Dad and lad" Compliments of Hanna's Paint Supplies S. Perry St. Patrons Mr. Roland Ory Fruth Ice Cream Bauman Stock Yard Western Auto Store Mr. Jack Glick Schuette 81 Deming Shoemaker's Mr. Marlowe Witt Mr. Sam Rozenman Beauty Nook n,v SIIHP5 Wake Up Girls! -fxoP9e's Pure HcrmorlY 'f f . G X' x,',.5.k,6,-it. 1 53 800,079 8 Oquflb 4' "Swing High, Swing Low 91- G , J' J 0 . 0,00 :J PB' Reynold and Bertha Mullen, H ' I ' I I ' ' ' ' ' ' Proprietors Biddl RESTAURANT It pays to trade at Hoys Shoes v Clothes Compliments of Fosters 8. Yuney Murray 81 Shafer Fine Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables Superette Market Phone 5381 l'26 Washington 111 , 3 ' fi -4 ,i ,wk WW Q My fffwffZT'jfE wp 6, 26 A ' ng-Qgq Cf, 1 ms M2337 WM My WWW gf M M 5 if 5 Milly M32 Lf M My My 2 R WW2 M ,ff iff' Qvwgfa gf My h A I i A nw Y -'S MQW, Wi? f , ' QD io U 'N Q 15,31 .4 fa, ' V ' ' M Q"".'5'l?iffI.'-YU?" - -N A ' ' D 1h----- N if, A '4'6' 'p X A , . ' . 4, iw! 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