Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)

 - Class of 1959

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'X Q Q Ohm 0 1957 MOTTO: "Nothing Succeeds Like Success" COLOR: Lincoln Green and Beige FLOWER: White Orchid jagk qfGo12len!s Faculty ........ Seniors ............ Underclassmen ...... Junior High ....... Organizations ..... Boys' Sports ....... --'---- Girls' Sports ....... ------- Features ...... ------ Patrons ........ ------- Ar! work by Mary Beth Parsels Photography Editor Carol Rausch Circulation Manager ' Linda Leifer 1. Pbolo Auirtuntr l William Scruta jim Harper Ward Studio 4 18 46 66 78 104 120 126 136 0, U9 if 1 P 9 40 -qu er 'Qf .Q 'fu 1 MR. VIRGIL BLANKE, Superintendent of Napoleon Public Schools, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Miami University and a Master of Arts degree in School Ad- ministration from Ohio State University. In the snaps that follow we find Mr. Blanl-ze in his office choosing a book to read and in the Board of Education room using the calculation machine and checking figures. The school has appreciated his valuable services and deeply appreciates his timeless efforts for the students and faculty in his aim to make NHS a better school. Most of you are in high school today to better prepare your- self for your future tomorrow. This annual shows that you are happy in this preparation. May it ever be so in your life. Be happy in today's activities because you are preparing, for a better tomorrow! VIRGIL BLANKE Sufzerizzfwzrlwll of Nfzjmleml Public Schools MR. JOHN L. JOHNSON attended Bowling Green State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and a Master of Arts degree in School Administration. Acting as principal of Napoleon High School, he is kept quite busy. In the snaps that follow we find him at a few of the activities that are included in a day's work, such as giving an- nouncements, checking attendance, and having a discussion with a member of the Board of Education. The students of NHS have come to look upon Mr. Johnson as a friend rather than as a principal. Personal integrity, learning, and a willingness to work are the foundations of our American heritage of democratic living. May you ever seek these qualifications during your schooling and future life! JOHN L. JOHNSON Principal cf oafofqf Crjofzcabbn anof Wee yjersonne I SEATED: J. Lefler, B. Saneholtz, E. C. Winzeler. STANDING: V. Blanke, S. Rozenman, E. Richardson, J. Saneholtz. The members of the Napoleon School Board are elected by the citizens of Napoleon. It is the duty of these men to carry on the economic welfare of our school system. Through their efforts our school was able to maintain its high standards h t roughout another school year. ORA GREEN, Mr. Blanke's sec- retary, is a familiar figure to all our students. She has been at Napoleon High School for a good many years now and we hope she stays for many more. Her friendly smile and constant cheerfulness have come to be a part of school life for many of us and if our Miss Green wasn't around, it just wouldn't seem na- tural. ORLEY STURDAVANT h as served Napoleon High School for many years as visiting teacher. His work is done with cheerfulness and efficiency. RUBY HATHAWAY, Mr. john- son's secretary, came to NHS during the first semester. The students soon realized that her aim was to aid both the faculty and student body. She has certainly reached her goal. The students appreciate her cheerfulness and hope she is here to stay for a long, long time. MARY IEANNE CONNELLY came to NHS at the end of the first semester to teach Art. She has spent many years studying the techniques of art work and painting. Miss Con- nelly graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and went on to study at the Cranbrook Academy of Art where she received a Master of Fine Arts degree and a Scholarship to attend the Institution of Art in Florence, Italy. Miss Connelly completed her year of study in Europe and returned to the U.S. last October. X FRED CHURCH, our varsity basketball coach, re- ceived his Bachelor of Science degree from Ohio Northern University. Mr. Church also teaches Amer- ican History and Drivers' Education and, in the spring, he coaches our baseball team. The basketball team has shown definite improvement in the last few years and we're sure he'll soon lead them to first place. How can he help it, with his two most ardent fans, jimmy and johnny Church, cheering for their dad and the team at every game! CHARLES BUCKENMEYER, our Dean of Boys, has been the head football coach at NHS for many years and has certainly proven his abilities as a fine coach for our team. He attended Bowling Green State University where he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degree. Bucky also teaches boys' Hygiene, Physi- cal Education, and serves as coach for the track team and the reserve basketball team. just as the team will never lose its spirit, Bucky will never lose his popularity. THOMAS BACH, the Industrial Arts teacher at NHS, at- tended Ohio Northern University and Bowling Green State University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He is also advisor to the Industrial Arts Club. Every so often when Mr. Bach decides to go on a.diet, he can be found in the cafeteria at noon mournfully watching the other teachers eat. Tell us, Mr. Bach, are you on a diet now? JOHN CUFF has acquired his education from many noted Universities. They include the University of Michigan where he received his Master of Arts, Kenton University where he acquired his Bachelor of Philosophy degree, and Toledo Uni- versity where he received his Bachelor of Law degree. Recently Mr. Cuff passed his bar examination and is now practicing law during some of his out-of-school hours. He teaches Mathematics, History, and Business Law. Mr. Cuff also advises the National Honor Society. l . x..F JOSEPH DOWDELL has made quite a name for himself during his first year with us. In addition to teaching English to the Freshman and Sophomore stu- dents, he coaches the Freshman Football team and taught Spanish to two Seniors. Mr. Dowdell received his Bachelor of Science degree and his A.B. in Liberal Arts at Bowling Green State University. If this year's activities of Mr. D. are any indication as to what we can expect in the future, Napoleon High School has quite a teacher in the person of Mr. Joe Dowdell! MICHAEL DUNHAM received a Bachelor of Sci- ence degree in Education upon his graduation from Ohio State University. He teaches Vocational Agri- culture and acts as F.F.A. advisor. Due to the fact that the Agriculture room is quite far from the high school, many students do not see Mr. Dunham as often as they see the other teachers, but this only makes his quick smile and wit all the more noticeable when students do see him. I3 DONALD FREEMAN acquired his Bachelor of Science de- gree in Education at Western Michigan College and Central Michigan College. He is the high school Industrial Arts teacher and advisor to the Industrial Arts Club. Mr. Freeman's stu- dents will acknowledge the fact that he is a strict believer that 11 workman's job is never completed until his tools are returned to their proper place. ROGER KING, better known as "our friendly band di- rector," received his Bachelor of Science degree from Defiance College and his Master of Arts from Miami University. He also attended Indiana University. Mr. King has worked hard with the marching, concert, and junior bands during the five years he has been here and urged them on to win many awards. The "chef" has also become famous for his pink bermudas at band camp and his annual spaghetti dinners in the school cafeteria. PHARON HECKLER is another of our teachers who has been here for many years and has come to know almost every student in high school through his General Science and Biology classes. He has at- tended the University of Michigan and Ohio State University in addition to Bowling Green State Uni- versity, where he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degree. He also serves as advisor for the Hi-Y. Mr. Heckler has been marked as the teacher who sees all, knows all, and teases all. at I 'Q -1 "IS i I, lf - ivil f Matti. . if Qi l :L I ki TS135Eil1fiil?i"l ggi! U nw x 1 l",..---1-fit K 'iw I V Ma? t -. ,V , BERNARD HAAS, our own ever-probing scientist, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, and a Master of Education degree, all obtained from Bowling Green State University. He teaches Chemistry and Physics and also serves as the Science Club advisor. It's amazing that he still has all that curly hair, considering that when those crazy Chemistry students invade the lab and start mixing all manner of evil concoctions, it's enough to make any teacher start pulling his hair out! JOHN FRUCHEY teaches Science and Business at Napoleon High. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Bowling Green State University. In the past year Mr. .Fruchey has become interested in tropical fish. Consequently, he is in the process of gathering a fine collection. MARTIN LASSEN has attended Capital University where he acquired his Bachelor of Music Education degree and Ohio State University where he received his Master of Arts degree. He is kept quite busy as he teaches Vocal Music, Choir, and is the Triple Trio advisor. Through the rewarding efforts of Mr. Lassen, every year more students are becoming interested in music. KATHERINE LENHART, Dean of Girls, also the high school girls' Physical Education teacher, grad- uated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She teaches Hygiene and is advisor of the Girls, Athletic Asso- ciation, the Pep Club, and also of the cheerleaders. Besides fighting her way through blue slips and make up sheets while helping out in the office, Mrs. Lenhart can be found buzzing around with the juniors, help- ing them with their plans for the Prom, and directing the annual dance concert. RICHARD LENHART, with a Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green State University, teaches English, Speech and Dramatics, and Journalism. Every year, Mr. Lenhart holds the proud position as director of the Junior and Senior Class plays. He also directs annual plays presented by the Dramatics Classes. Be- sides writing the "School News" for the local papers, he is the overseer and advisor in the production of the "Buckeye" and Wildcat's Roar." The Journalism Class has named this teacher as a "happy-go-lucky" person never to be forgotten! WILLIAM MOSSING is another one of our fine coaches. He serves as golf coach and assistant football coach and is also the Athletic Director for our school. His Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees were earned at Bowling Green State University. He teaches World History, is advisor to the N-Club, and all the Seniors finally get to know him in their last year when they enter his Social Problems class. His quiet sense of humor, dark good looks, and winning personality, have tagged this teacher as an all-round, nice-to-know person. I2 KATHERINE RUSSELL was graduated from Ohio State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She is kept busy acting as Y-Teen advisor, when she is not teaching her classes of Mathematics students. The students of Napoleon High School list Mrs. Russell as one of the most considerate faculty members who will always go along v with a joke. FLORENCE RUSSELL was graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. She teaches Home Economics at Napoleon High and is advisor of the Future Homemakers of America Club. Mrs. Russell spends her spare time at home with her favorite hobby, sewing. ,,... ROBERT ROBINSON, also known to the students of NHS as Robbie, has attended Ohio State University where he received his Master of Arts degree and Ohio Northern University where he has achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. It's always easy to tell when Mr. Robinson has a class in sessiong the "en- thusiasm" of teacher and students is almost always evident to any passer-by in the hall! ROSEMARY NESTLEROAD attended Western Reserve where she acquired a Master of Arts degree and Ohio State University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree, She is our school librarian and advisor of the Library Club. Mrs. Nestle- road is noted for doing a fine job of keeping the library a nice, quiet place where students are able to study. WILLIAM SCRUTA, head of the Diversified Cooperative Training program, was graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. He also sponsors the Napoleon Chapter of Vocational Industrial Club. The jour- nalism Class greatly appreciated Mr. Scruta's ability to take ex- cellent pictures as the last deadline for the annual approached! JOHN SHELLEY teaches Bookkeeping, Retailing, General Business, and is the advisor of the NHS branch of the Distributive Education Clubs of America. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Education at Ball State Teachers College. Mr. Shelley is another of our teachers who is famous for his joking talents and teasing remarks to students. We wonder, was he really a pickle salesman? Well, if he was, we're glad he gave it up to teach in our high school! MERLE WARDEN, classed as one of our best dressed faculty members, teaches Typing, Shorthand, and Office Practice. She has attended Defiance Col- lege and also 'Ohio Wesleyan, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. Mrs. Warden has been a great help to the journalism class, which could never have managed without her assistance. During the year, she became well-known for the "exciting" ad- ventures she had with Mergatroid, the mascot colum- nist of the Wildcats' Roar! ROGER WISELOGEL holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and Michigan State. He teaches Latin and French and acts as advisor to the junior Classical League. Although this is Mr. Wiselogel's first year at NHS, many students have come to appreciate his ability to make Latin class pleasant. It seems he sometimes becomes confused as to whether he is teaching his Latin or French Classes and ' as a result the Latin Class is also learning French! i . ',, . e 1.t. ' gggkg.. I V, " Beverly Barton, Sue Ayres, Mildred Gallagher, Mary Gebhardt, Ocie Christy. These cafeteria ladies have put in many years of service for the student body. The cheerfulness and friendliness of the ladies will always be remembered by the students, for they have made meal time a happy time at NHS. Wferzd HELEN HECKLER Student help in the cafeteria is a necessity and these are the students who offered their services. They have been an invaluable help to the cafeteria ladies and students. Pat NWaIker, Alberta Fouts. Arlene Kruse. Diana Hunter. Priscillu Ritter. Doris Hutchison. Joyce Helberg. I5 PAUL HARTMAN Behind the scenes we find the janitors. Al- though their jobs are endless, their aim is to make Napoleon High School a more pleasant place to study . . . and they have certainly suc- ceeded! Wazhfen an ce C CIS Lock Janitor Hasnlt ched These T00 Pause That Refreshes cr-Y-L V ANNXNG DON SLAGLE Besides taking the students to and from school, these men also offer their services to take us to various school activities. They have come to be known as the men who offer service with a smile. J as Cbrzkzers nn., Charles Swartzbaugh Albert VonDenBerghe Roger Culbertson, Melvin Adams ,Q ,fit A Ron Hartman, Don Hefflinger 'FII S 1 I sd 1-ff fix '. 'E1'f':f'7fTf'f. a f MW?" 3 Q? 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She also was a member of the Girls' Athletic Association all four years of high school. BEVERLY BARTON'S main interest was Mixed Choir during her four years of high school and the Freshman Choir which she joined her first year. Bev joined J.C.L during her Freshman and Sophomore years and G.A.A. her Junior and Senior years. She also belonged to V.I.C. her Senior year. KAREN BARTON was very active in the Girls' Athletic Associa- tion during her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years and Pep Club her Freshman and Sophomore years, She also belonged to the Library Club her first three years of high school, J.C.L. her Fresh- man and Sophomore years, and the Future Homemakers of America in her Junior year. Karen was also active in the music department too, belonging to the Freshman Choir her first year in high school, the Girls' Glee Club her Sophomore year, and the Mixed Choir her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Karen was a member of the V. I. C. Club in her Senior year. JANET BERNICKE was active in many clubs during her four years of high school. She was a member of G.A.A. all four years, she was a cabinet member in her Freshman year, on the All-Star Volleyball Team in her Freshman and junior year and the All- Star Basketball Team in her Freshman and Sophomore years. Janet was in the National Honor Society her Junior and Senior years and served as Treasurer in her Senior year. She was in J.C.L. her Freshman and Sophomore years, Pep Club her Sophomore and Senior years, Y-Teens her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, and Student Council during her Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years, serving as Secretary in her Senior year. Janet sang in the Freshman Choir, Mixed Choir, during her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, the Triple Trio her Senior year, and entered the Music Contest in her Junior year. She was a Cheerleader in her Freshman year, participated in Junior Class Play and was a Hall Monitor in her Senior year. Janet was also in the Dance Concert in her Junior year. LARRY BETTS came to Napoleon from Van Wert at the end of his Junior year. During his Senior year he served as a Student Council Alternate and was active in D.E.C.A. JERRY BLUE, better known as "Tiny," was a member of the F.F.A. for four years and served as Vice President of the club in his Senior year. This office made him eligible for a position as Student Council Alternate. Jerry also participated in Boys' Intra- mural Bowling for four years. NORM BOSTLEMAN: Being a bowling enthusiast, Norm was a member of the bowling team for four years. During his Fresh- man, Sophomore and Junior years Norman participated in Industrial Arts and Boys' Intramurals. He played Basketball his Freshman and Sophomore years and belonged to the N-Club his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Norm belonged to the V.I.C. Club his Senior year. ROGER BOSTLEMAN has many skills which were developed during his four years in Industrial Arts. He had sports ability as evidenced by his playing football in his Freshman and Senior years, and his participation in Track in his first three years and also in Boys' Intramurals in his Junior and Senior years. RAYMOND BOYD'S main interest extracurricularly was the N-Club, where he was a member all four years. During his Freshman and Sophomore years he served as manager of the Foot- ball Team and during his Junior year served as manager of the Track Team. Ray participated in Bowling his Junior year. As a Freshman he served as a member of the Student Council. LINDA BRUBAKER was an active member in G.A.A. all four years and during her first three years she was in Pep Club. Linda's Freshman year found her in Freshman Choir. Much of her spare time in her Sophomore year was spent in the Library where she performed her duties for the Library Club. Linda was an active member in F.H.A. her Junior year and her Senior year she was in D.E.C.A. ROBERT BRUBAKER was manager of the Freshman Football Team when he was a Freshman. He was also manager of the Varsity Football Team when he was a Junior. Bob was manager of the Track Team in his Freshman and Sophomore yearsf Bob's further sports participation was in bowling in his Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years and in Boys' Intramurals all four years. Bob was in the Student Council in his Junior year and in N-Club and Industrial Arts all four years. He also served the school in the capacity of a movie projectionist in his Sophomore year. Bob was also on the Boys' Bowling Team his Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years. CAROL CANNON has been in F.H.A. all four years of high school. She also participated in G.A.A. her Freshman and Sopho- more years. Carol was in V.I.C. her Senior year. She also was a member of the Freshman Choir. LOWELLE COCKE took an active part in sports throughout high school. He was on the football squad and belonged to N-Club all four years. Butch was on the Track Team his Freshman, Sopho- more, and Junior years. He participated in Boys' Intramurals and Boys' Bowling all four years and was on the All-Star Volleyball Team in his Junior year. He sang in Freshman Choir, and in his Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years belonged to Mixed Choir. Lowell participated in Hi-Y in his Freshman and Sophomore years. He belonged to the Industrial Arts Club in his Freshman, Sopho- more, and Junior years and was active in the Distributive Education Club of America in his Senior year. GARY COLLEY belonged to the N-Club, Industrial Arts Club, and was a member of the Football Team during his Freshman and Sophomore years. ' He also participated in the intramural program during his Freshman year. He was a member of the V.I.C. program during his Senior year. - CAROLE CONKEY'S main interest was the Girls' Athletic Association. She participated in this organization all four years of high school. Her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years she belonged to the Pep Club. Carol participated in the Junior Class Play and in the Dance Concert her Sophomore and Junior years. She was a member of the Freshman Choir. As a Senior she belonged to the F.H.A. and was a Hall Monitor. Carol also belonged to the Junior Classical League her Freshman and Sophomore years. In her Senior year Carol won the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award. ROBERT CRAMER liked sports and participated in track his Junior year and Football during his Senior year, which made him a member of the N-Club during his Junior and Senior years. SANDRA CROSSER was a Library Club member three years. One of her duties was helping Mrs. Nestleroad in the Library. Sandy also belonged to F.H.A. in her Freshman year. JOYCE DAIGNAULT has used her voice in our vocal depart- ment for four years. She was a member of the Freshman Choir and the Mixed Choir during her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Joyce assisted the Choir as Librarian her Junior year. She sang in the Triple Trio her Freshman and Sophomore years and went to the Music Contest her Sophomore year. "Skippy" joined the Pep Club her Freshman and Sophomore years and the Library Club her Junior and Senior years. She was in All-Star Volleyball during her Sophomore year. In her Junior year Joyce was a cast member of the Junior Class Play. MARR' DEL DANNENBERG has participated in the Dance Concert all four years of high school. She enjoys music very much and was in the Freshman and Mixed Choirs her Junior and Senior years. Marr' Del also participated in the Music Contest her Junior year. She was in G.A.A. and Pep Club during her Junior and Senior years. Marr' Del was also in the Junior Class Play. BRENT DIETRICH was a member of the Industrial Arts Club his Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Brent took part in Bowling his Sophomore and Junior years. WILLIAM DIETRICH likes to Bowlg he took part in Boys' Bowling all four years. Bill was also a member of the Choir as a Freshman and Sophomore and participated in Boys' Intramurals his Sophomore and Junior years. .NICHOLAS DISANTO came to Napoleon High from Cleveland his Sophomore year. An active athlete, Tom participated in Foot- ball and Basketball during three years of high school. He played Baseball his Junior and Senior years. An N-Club member for three years, Tom was elected Vice President of the Club his Senior year. He was a J.C.L. member his Sophomore and Junior years, and was in the Junior Class Play. Tom was a member of the Mixed Choir his Senior year. BARBARA DRUHOT was a member of G.A.A. all four years and was in the Dance Concert when she was a Sophomore and Junior. Barb served as Class Treasurer when she was a Sophomore and was on Student Council her Junior and Senior years. Barb was a Majorette in the Band as a Sophomore, Junior, and Senior. She was also in the Freshman Choir. Barbara participated in J.C.L. when she was a Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior. She was active in the Library Club as a Junior, and Pep Club as a Freshman. Barbara was in the Junior Class Play and took a B.G. Scholarship Test her Sophomore year. WILLIAM EDWARDS was an active member of the V.I.C. Club his Senior year. His Sophomore year he was a member of the In- dustrial Arts Club. KAREN EICKHOFF served as Vice President of G.A.A. her Junior year. She was active in G.A.A. all four years of high school and was on the All-Star Basketball, and All-Star Volleyball Teams in her Sophomore year. Karen belonged to Pep Club during her Fresh- man, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, and was in the G.A.A. Dance Concert in her Junior year. Karen was active in the Y-Teens Club of which she was a member her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Karen served on the Student Council her Junior year and also took the Bowling Green Scholarship Tests her Junior year. She sang in Freshman Choir and contributed her voice to Mixed Choir in her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Karen partici- pated in the Future Homemakers of America Club in her Fresh- man and Sophomore years. JERRY ELLING came to Napoleon High School his Sophomore year. His Freshman year was spent at Liberty Center where he was in the F.F.A. Club. During his junior and Senior years at Napoleon High he participated in Boys' Intramural Sports. jerry chose the V.I.C. course in his Senior year, and worked at a grocery store. MARSHA FARISON sang in Mixed Choir her four years of high school. She was Vice President of the Choir in her Senior year. "Marsh" contributed her sparkling soprano voice to Triple Trio her Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years. She belonged to the Girls' Glee Club in her Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. Marsha also was in the Freshman Choir during her Freshman year. Miss Farison was active in G.A.A. throughout her Freshman, Sopho- more, and Senior years. She was on the All-Star Basketball Team in her junior year, and belonged to Pep Club her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Marsha participated in the Dance Concert her Freshman and Sophomore years. She was in the junior Class Play and she belonged to the Junior Classical League during her Fresh- man and Sophomore years. She served on the Student Council her Senior year, and was Secretary of the V.I.C. during her Senior year. MARVIN FEDDERKE was active in Boys' Bowling during his Sophomore and junior years. He also participated in Boys' Intra- murals during these years. Marv has a good voice and contributed it to the Freshman and Mixed Choirs in his Freshman year. He was a member of the Distributive Education Club of America in his Senior year. RONALD FISHER participated in Football during his Sopho- more, junior, and Senior years, and received the D. C. Brown Award, given by the Booster's Club to the outstanding Football player each year. He also received honorable mention in the N.W.O.A.C. and was voted co-captain of the Football Team by his teammates. Ronnie went out for Track his Freshman, Sophomore, junior, and Senior years and Boys' Intramurals Bowling his junior and Senior years. He was in the N-Club all four years and F.F.A. all four years, in which he served as Secretary and Sentinel his junior and Senior years. LARRY FORNEY was active in Hi-Y and N-Club in his Sopho- more. junior, and Senior years. He played in the Band during his last three years of high school. Larry also went out for Track in his Freshman and Sophomore years, and was in the junior Class Play. MARILYN FOUTS began high school in her Freshman year by being a cheerleader for the Freshman Teams. The following year Marilyn was a Reserve Cheerleader, and during her junior year, was a Varsity Cheerleader. Besides yelling cheers, Marilyn found time for many outside activities. She was active in Student Council, G.A.A., and Pep Club throughout high school and served as Presi- dent of the D.E.C.A. Club in her Senior year and Treasurer of F.H.A. during her Sophomore year. Marilyn was a G.A.A. Cabinet member and was in F.H.A. during her Freshman and Sophomore years. She was on the All-Star Volleyball Team in her Freshman year and was in the Dance Concert her Junior year. Besides all this, Marilyn found time to sing in the Freshman and the Mixed Choir during her Freshman and Sophomore years. CAROLYN FREPPEL has been a member of the choir for four years and sang with the Triple Trio her Senior year. She also participated in the Music Contest as a Sophomore and again as a Senor. Carolyn was quite active in Girls' sports during all four years. She was a member of the G.A.A. and was elected to the All-Star Hockey Team in her Senior year. Also, in connection with G.A.A., she participated in the Dance Concert for three years. Carolyn was a cheerleader for three years and a member of the Pep Club for four years. Other activities which "Frep" participated in were: j.C.L., four years, Student Council Representative, Sophomore year: Wildcats' Roar and the Buckeye Staffs in her Senior year. DOROTHY GERDEMAN was a member of the Library Club for three years. She was in the Freshman Choir and also in the Mixed Choir when she was a Sophomore. In her Senior year, Dorothy was one of our Hall Monitors. JOAN GRAETZ was the Vice President of her class when she was a Senior and was elected as an alternate for Student Council her Freshman and Senior years. Miss Graetz was very active in the Band being a member all four years. joan was on the Cabinet her junior year and served as president her Senior year. joan was a member of G.A.A. for all four years, was on the cabinet when she was a junior and participated in the Dance Concert during her Freshman and Sophomore years. In her Freshman and Sophomore years, joan participated in the Music Contest which was held at Bowling Green. She was a member of j.C.L. while a Freshman and Sophomore. She was active in the Science Club during her Freshman, junior, and Senior years, Pep Club her Sophomore year and Freshman Choir. She was also a Hall Monitor her Senior year. joan was in Mixed Choir her Freshman year and the Class Play her Junior year. WILLIAM GREENHAM came to Napoleon High School at the beginning of his Sophomore year from Sacred Heart School in Dearborn, Michigan. He was an active member of j.C.L. his junior and Senior years, and also a member of D.E.C.A. his Senior year. KARL GROLL participated in bowling all four years. He was captain of his Bowling Team during his Junior and Senior years and also served as Secretary his last year. Karl was a member of the Mixed Choir during his Freshman year and junior year. He was also a member of D.E.C.A. his Senior year. WENDELL HALL was very active in the F.F.A. Club all four years of school and he served as president when he was a Senior. He played Football for four years, and was a member of the N- Club as a Sophomore, junior, and Senior. Wendell participated in Track when he was a junior, and served on Student Council during his Senior year. JAMES HARPER, who is very interested in Science, belonged to the Science Club all four years of high school. He was chosen as Vice President of the Club his Sophomore year, and served as President his Senior year. jim entered many projects in the Science Fair during his high school days. He was very active in the Band throughout high school, and entered the Music Contest in his junior year. jim also participated in the Junior Class Play. Being active in sports, jim was out for Football, the first three years in high school, and participated in Boys' Intramurals in his Soph- omore year, Bowling in his junior year, and was out for Track all four years. Although a very busy person, he still had time for the N-Club his Freshman and Sophomore years, and Hi-Y as a Soph- omore, Junior, and Senior serving as Secretary when he was a junior. He was in j.C.L. as a Freshman and Sophomore, National Honor Society as a junior and Senior. jim also was a projectionist when he was a Freshman and again when he was a Senior. He was on Student Council his Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years and jim also sang in the Mixed Choir his Sophomore year. CHARLES HARRISON served as President of his Class during his Freshman and junior years. He was also President of the Hi-Y Club his Senior year and Chaplain his Sophomore year. A Student Council member all four years of high school, Charlie also was a member of the National Honor Society his Junior and Senior years. Charlie participated in many sports. He was a member of the Football Squad during his Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. He played on the Basketball teams all four years of high school. The Golf Team also used Charlie's ability all four years. Among his other activities he sang in the Mixed Choir all through high school. When Scholarship tests were given Charlie took them and placed high his Senior year. During his Junior year he entered the Prince of Peace Contest and took part in the junior Class Play. He also belonged to the N-Club his last three years of high school. JULIET HARTLEY participated in G.A.A. her junior and Senior years and was a member of the Pep Club her junior year. She was also in the Science Club and the Class Play her Junior year. The Art Club held part of her interest during her Senior year. During her Freshman year she sang in the Freshman Choir. BRENT HENRICH was active in Football and Track all four years. He was on the Basketball Squad his Freshman and Soph- omore, junior, and Senior years and he served as General Chairman junior, and Senior years. He participated in Boys' Intramurals in his junior and Senior years. Being active in Hi-Y in his Soph- omore, junior, and Senior years, he was elected Chaplain of the club his Junior year and served as Vice President in his Senior year. Brent was also in the junior Classical League in his Freshman Sophomore, and junior years. KENT HENRICH was a member of the Hi-Y Club his Soph- omore, junior, and Senior years and he served as General Chairman of this Club his Senior year. Kent was active in the junior Classical League hisifirst three years and in the N-Club his last three years. He participated in many sports activities including Bowling in his Freshman year, Boys' Intramurals his Senior year, and Basketball manager his junior year. He played Football during his Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years and was out for Track during his Junior year. JOHN HERGE gave his talents and efforts to the Napoleon Wildcats by participating on the Football team all four years of high school. John played Basketball his Freshman and Sophomore years, and he was also on the Track team his Freshman and Soph- omore years. "Mouse" joined inrwith the boys in Boys' Intramurals during his junior and Senior years and was a member of the N- Club his Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. john took the Scholarship Tests his Sophomore year, and was a member of j.C.L. his Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. Last, but not least, john was a member of D.E.C.A. his Senior year. CAROLYN HERMAN was selected as a member of National Honor Society as a Junior and served as President when she was a 39 Senior. When Carolyn was a Freshman she entered in the Scholar- Ship Tests given at Bowling Green. "Herm" was very active in G.A.A. being a member all four years. She was on the Cabinet, and in the Dance Concert as a Sophomore. She was also chosen to play on the All-Star Volleyball Team when she was a Junior and on the All-Star Hockey Team as a Senior. Carolyn was a member of Freshman Choir and J.C.L. her Freshman and Sophomore years She participated in the Pep Club during her Sophomore and Junior years. "Herm" was very busy as a Senior. She was a Hall Monitor and was on the Staff of the Buckeye, and Wildcats' Roar. Carolyn joined the Freshman Choir and was in the Junior Class Play. She also served on Student Council during her Senior year. STEPHEN HOADLEY attend Palmyra High, New Jersey, in his Freshman and Sophomore years. In his Junior and Senior years at Napoleon High he was a member of the Science Club. In his Senior year he also belonged to the Projectionists' Club. JUDITH HOCKMAN was an N.H.S. Band member during her Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Judy joined the Pep Club her Freshman and Sophomore years and during her Sophomore year, she was also a Y-Teen member and she sang in the Mixed Choir. She was in G.A.A. her Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. In her Senior year she joined the Library Club and she also became one of our courteous Hall Monitors. Judy was a very active F.H.A. member during her Freshman, Soph- omore, Junior, and Senior years. TONY HOEFFEL served the Football team well by being their manager during his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. He played Football, Basketball, and Baseball when he was a Freshman, carrying Basketball on to his Sophomore year, and playing Baseball again in his Junior year. Tony was a member of the Golf Team when he was a Sophomore and Junior, and was an active member of the N-Club during his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. When Tony was a Freshman, a Sophomore, and a Junior, he was a member of the Projectionists' Club and J.C.L. LARRY HONECK was Secretary of his class during his Fresh- man year, and Treasurer in his Junior and Senior years. Larry be- longed to J.C.L. and Mixed Choir during his Junior year. He participated in Football his Freshman year, and Baseball his Fresh- man and Sophomore years. Asja Senior, Larry belonged to V.I.C. WYNETTE HUNER participated in the Girls' Athletic Associa- tion for four years. She was an active member of the Library Club her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Musically, Wynette was an active member of the Freshman Choir, Mixed Choir her Soph- omore, Junior, and Senior years, the Girls' Glee Club her Soph- omore and Junior years, and the Triple Trio her Senior year. She participated in the Music Contest her Senior year. Wynette also was an active staff member of the "Buckeye" as Underclass Editor, and the Wildcats' Roar as Junior High Editor during her Senior year. DORIS HUTCHISON served as Secretary of the Library Club in her Senior year, She was a member of the Library Club during her last three years. Doris was in F.H.A. her first two years and in G.A.A. all four years. SUSAN JACKSON belonged to the Girls' Athletic Association, Y-Teens, and the Pep Club all four years of high school. She was a member of the Freshman Choir and Mixed Choir her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Susan participated in the Annual Dance Concert her Junior year. As a Senior she was a member of the Triple Trio. PATRICIA KAHRS was very active in the Library Club in her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. She was Vice President of the Club her Junior year, and President her Senior year. Patty was very active her Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years in the Girls' Athletic Association and was a member of the Student Council her Junior and Senior years. EUGENE KLINE was a member of V.I.C. during his Senior year, He belonged to the Industrial Arts Club for three years. In his Junior year, Gene was on the Football team, belonged to the N-Club and took part in Boys' Intramurals. WILLIAM KNIPP, known to all of us as Bill, was on the Foot- ball and Track teams for three years. As a Junior, he belonged to the N-Club and played in Boys' Intramurals. Bill sang in the choir during his first three years of high school. l WAYNE KOPPENHOFER played Basketball his Sophomore year and participated in Boys' Intramurals his Junior year. As a Senior, Wayne was a member of the Student Council and the D.E.C.A. Club. JEAN LANZER was active in many organizations during her four years of high school. Among these were Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, all four Wars, Pep Club, for three years, and Y-Teens her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Jean was very active in the Music Department. She sang in the Freshman Choir and Mrxed Choir her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. She was a member of the Triple Trio her Senior year, and the ensemble her Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. Jean participated in the Music Contest her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years and was active in the Future Homemakers of America her Freshman year, and in the Art Club her Senior year. LINDA LEIFER was an active member in Band and Mixed Choir all four years. She served on the Band Council her Junior year. Linda participated in G.A.A. activities all four years. Her efforts were rewarded as she was elected to the All-Star Basket- ball team in her Junior year and the All-Star Hockey team in her Senior year. Her Sophomore year she was in the G.A.A. Dance Concert. Her interests also turned to Y-Teens, where she was elected to serve on the cabinet her Sophomore and Senior years. Linda's Freshman and Sophomore years found her in J.C.L. and Pep Club. As a Freshman she served on Student Council. In her Senior year Linda spent many hours of her free time working on the Wildcats' Roar and the Buckeye as Circulation Manager. YVONNE LIBEY'S main interest in her Junior and Senior years was the Future Homemaker's Club of America, where she served as news reporter. She also sang in the Mixed Choir during her Senior year and was a member of the Art Club. BENTON LOWRY JR. participated in J.C.L. in his Freshman and Sophomore years. Ben was in the N-Club his second year, and the Class Play his third year. In his Freshman and Sophomore years he went out for Track. JUDY MANN was a member of the Girls' Athletic Association all four years of high school. She participated in the Dance Concert her Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. Because she has an excellent voice, Judy was a member of the Freshman Choir and the Mixed Choir her Sophomore and Junior years, She was a Pep Club member her Freshman and Sophomore years. Judy was a member of the Junior Class Play cast and a Y-Teen member her Sophomore and Junior years. During her Senior year Judy was Treasurer of the D.E.C.A. Club. GUY McKEE came to Napoleon High School from Liberty Center in the middle of his Sophomore year and became active in sports. He was on the Track team that year and then was the manager of the Basketball team his Junior and Senior years. Guy also partici- pated in Boys' Intramurals his Junior and Senior years and he was on the Varsity Football team in his Senior year. His last two years he played Baseball. FRANK MEYERHOLTZ was a member of Student Council his Senior year. Frank also participated in the Science Club his Senior year. He took part in the Junior Class Play and was a member of J.C.L. his Junior year. He took Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green his Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years and joined Boys' Intramurals his Junior and Senior years. Frank also sang in Mixed Choir his Freshman year when he attended Malinta-Grelton High School. STEPHEN MILLER was a member of the National Honor Society his Junior and Senior years of high school, serving as Vice President his Senior year. Steve was President of J.C.L. his Junior year and was in the Club for his first three years of high school. Steve was in Hi-Y and also on the Student Council his Junior and Senior years. Along with these things Steve was active in the N-Club his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, a projectionist his Junior year and in Science Club his Senior year. Steve liked sports very much so he participated in Baseball and Boys' Intramurals his Junior and Senior years. Steve was also on the Bowling team his Junior year and was the Football manager his Junior and Senior years. His first three years he was on the Track team. He also went to Bowling Green for Scholarship Tests his Sophomore and Junior years. SANDRA MOORE was chosen 1958 Homecoming Queen of N.H.S. She also served as attendant on the Homecoming Court her Freshman and Sophomore years. Sandra was the Class Treasurer her Freshman year. During her Freshman and Sophomore years Sandy was in the Band and Mixed Choir. She was a member of J.C.L. during her Freshman and Sophomore yearsf Sandy was an active G.A.A. memberfthroughout her high school days, serving on the G.A.A. Cabinet her Freshman and Senior years. Athletic, Sandy was on the All-Star Volleyball team her first three years and on the All-Star Hockey team during her Senior year. Sandy also participated in the G.A.A. Dance Concert her Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Sandy was a Y-Teen member her Sophomore and Junior years. She served on the Student Council her Freshman and Sophomore years. During her Senior year Sandy was a Hall Monitor and she was Co-Sports Editor of the Buckeye and Wildcats' Roar. Sandy was one of our Varsity Cheerleaders and also belonged to the Pep Club her Junior and Senior years. JERRY MOTTER was a D.E.C.A. member during his Senior year. His athletic record shows that he played Football for two years, belonged to the N-Club as a Sophomore and Junior, and took part in Bowling and Boys' Intramurals his junior year. Dur- ing his Freshman year jerry played the Sousaphone in the School Band. PHYLLIS NYE was a member of the F.H.A. for four years and served the club as Parliamentarian in her Sophomore year. She worked in the Library as a member of Library Club during her last two years of high school. Phyllis was also a G.A.A. member for three years and she sang in the Choir as a Freshman and Senior JOE OSBORN, interested in Industrial Arts, was in it all four years of high school and was president of Industrial Arts both his Junior and Senior years. joe was on the Student Council and also Hi-Y his junior and Senior years and was in the N-Club his Sophomore and Senior years. He liked sports and played Football his Sophomore and Senior years, also Boys' Intramurals his Junior year. joe was in Mixed Choir his Sophomore year. AURAND PALMER took part in Industrial Arts Club his Fresh- man, Sophomore, junior and Senior years. For his sport activities he played Football his Freshman year. MARY BETH PARSEL'S main interest was art. She was elected President of the newly formed Art Club during her Senior year. Her Freshman year she was a Hall Monitor and belonged to the Freshman Choir. She was a j.C.L. member for four years and be- longed to the Library Club during her junior and part of her Senior years. As a Junior she became a member of the National Honor Society and served as Secretary during her Senior year. In addition, she is Art Editor of the Wildcats' Roar and Buckeye. EUGENE PATTERSON was a Varsity Cheerleader and a Pep Club member in his Senior year. In the same year he served as Secretary of the D.E.C.A. Club. Gene took part in Boys' Bowling for three years and was elected Captain. Pat also belonged to the Industrial Arts Club for two years and served as Treasurer. In his Sophomore year he played on the Football team. DAVE PAULEY was in D.E.C.A. his Senior year and was Vice President. He was in Industrial Arts Club all four years. Dave served on Student Council his Senior year. He took part in Boys' Intramurals his junior year and was on the Football and Track teams his Freshman and Sophomore years. KAREN PRECHT, besides serving as Class Secretary in her Sophomore and Senior years, was a member of the National Honor Society her Junior and Senior years, she took Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green in each of her four years in high school. Karen was active in G.A.A. all through high school and was in the Dance Concert in her Sophomore and junior years. Also in her junior and Senior years, Karen marched with the Band. She was in Freshman Choir and in her Freshman and Sophomore years, was active in the Junior Classical League. In her Junior year, Karen was in the junior Class Play, and participated in the activities of Library Club. She also was active in Pep Club and Y-Teens her Sophomore year. Karen was on both the Wildcats' Roar and the Buckeye Staff during her Senior year. CHARLES RATHBURN used his talents in the Mixed Choir his junior and Senior year and he bowled on the high school team his Junior and Senior years. Chuck attended Liberty Center his Freshman year and McClure his Sophomore year. CAROL RAUSCH proved herself to be a leader of her class as she was elected Secretary her junior year, Much of her spare time was spent participating in G.A.A. activities during all four years. Her efforts were rewarded and she was elected to the All-Star Volleyball team her junior year and the All-Star Hockey team her Senior year. She was in the G.A.A. Dance Concert all four years. This peppy girl was in Pep Club her Freshman and Senior years and she was elected President her Senior year. Carol's interests were also turned to Science Club in which she was a member all four years, serving as Secretary her last two years. She participated in the Science Fair her Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years. Carol joined Y-Teens her Sophomore year and was elected Vice President her Senior year. Toot's ability was also brought out in the Fresh- man Choir and the Mixed Choir her last three years. She served as President of the Choir her Senior year. Carol also represented the student body in Student Council her junior and Senior years. She represented the Class her junior year by participating in the junior Class Play. Toot's Senior year found her acting as Hall Monitor. During her Senior year, Carol spent many hours working on the Buckeye and Wildcats' Roar. CAROLYN RILEY is well-known for her "quiet" little parts in the G.A.A. Dance Concert. Miss "Yellow Rose of Texas" par- ticipated in the Dance Concert her Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years. She was also a member of G.A.A. all four years of high school. Carolyn was a member of j.C.L. during her Freshman, and Sophomore years. She participated in the Pep Club her Fresh- man, Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. Carolyn was a member of the Freshman Choir and during her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years she was in the Mixed Choir. "Riley" was also a member of the cast of the junior Class Play, "Father's Been To Mars." KAREN ROTHENBURGER was an active member of the Girls' Athletic Association all four years of high school. She was a member of the F.H.A. her Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years and as a Sophomore, Karen joined the Library Club and belonged to it until graduation. BYRON SANEHOLTL JR. is well-known for his efforts as Drum Major for the high school bandduring his Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. In addition to leading the band, he led the Student Council as President in his Senior year and he served as Vice President of his Class in his Sophomore year. Byron was on the Basketball team throughout his high school years, and was also on the Track team in his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years. He served as Secretary of Hi-Y in his Senior year and participated in Hi-Y activities in his Sophomore and Junior years. Barney was a member of the N'Club in his Sophomore and junior years, serving as Secretary-Treasurer in his Senior year. Byron was a Proiectionist Club member in his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years. He was in Mixed Choir in his Sophomore and Senior years and was in the junior Class Play. Barney belonged to the junior Classical League his Sophomore year. Byron was Boys' Sports Editor of the Wildcats' Roar and was also on the Buckeye Staff. FRED SAUBER was elected President of the N-Club in his Senior year. He was a member of this club in his Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. Fred participated in many sports including Baseball in his Sophomore and Senior years, Basketball in his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years, Football in his Sophomore, junior, and Senior years and he was out for Track all four years. Fred was also active in the junior Classical League his first three years and in Student Council his Senior year. He also served as a movie projectionist in his Sophomore year. RUTH SCHEELE was elected Treasurer of the Library Club in her Senior year and was an active member of the Library Club during her Sophomore and Junior years. Ruth attended Jewell High School her Freshman and part of her Sophomore year where she was active in the Girls' Athletic Association and Future Homemakers Club of America. ROBERT SEXTON was a member of V.I.C. and was President of that Club as a Senior. He played Basketball and Baseball his junior year and was a member of the N-Club his junior and Senior years. As a Senior, Bob participated in Boys' Intramurals and was also a member of Student Council. JUDITH SHEELEY was selected to take a Scholarship Test at Bowling Green her Junior year. Her Freshman year she was a member of Freshman Choir. JON SHEPPARD was very much interested in Science throughout high school. He participated in the Science Fair in his Freshman, Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. When he was a Junior, he went to the State Science Fair. jon belonged to the Science Club all four years, was Treasurer his Sophomore year and Vice President his Senior year. Jon was also active in the high school band of which he was a member for four years. He belonged to Hi-Y during his Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. jon served on Student Council in his Senior year and was in the Projectionists' Club in his Freshman and Senior years. Jon liked to bowl, for he was on the Boys' Bowling team in his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years. THOMAS SHORT is well-known as being a leader of our school. Tom has been a class officer all four years of high school, serving as President his Sophomore and Senior years and Vice President his Freshman and junior years. Tom also enjoys music and was in band all four years of high school. He was also in Mixed Choir his Freshman and Sophomore years, serving as Secretary-Treasurer his Sophomore year. Tom was on the Student Council his four years of high school and served as Vice President his junior year. Along with these Tom has also been active in Hi-Y for three years serving as Sergeant-at-Arms his junior year, in N-Club for four years, j.C.L. his Freshman and Sophomore years, and a projec- tionist his Freshman and Sophomore years. Tom likes sports and so participated in Football his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years, and received his Varsity letters his Sophomore and junior years. Tom also played Basketball and Golf his Freshman and Sophomore years. Tom had a leading part in the junior Class Play, "Father's Been To Mars." His Freshman and Sophomore years he was a projectionist. HAL SHUMAKER, being an athletic man, participated in Basket- ball during his Freshman and Sophomore years and in Boys' Intra- murals during his junior and Senior years. He also held the title of Champion Foul Shooter in the Intramural program. His junior year Hal belonged to the N-Club and participated in Track. JANICE SLAGLE marched in the high school band all'four years. She also participated in the Music Contest her Freshman, Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. "Slug" was very active in G.A.A. belonging for four years. She was on the All-Star Volley- ball team in her Freshman and Junior years. Janice was in the G.A.A. Dance Concert her Junior year and was also an usher for the Junior Class Play. She contributed her cheering ability to Pep Club in her Freshman and Sophomore years and sang in Mixed Choir in her Sophomore year. Her Senior year she joined F.H.A. LINDA SLEE worked on both the Buckeye and the Wildcats' Roar Staffs in her Senior year. Throughout all four years of high school, Linda played the alto sax in the band. She also belonged to G.A.A. and performed in the Dance Concerts each year. As a Latin student she became a member of the J.C.L. In her Junior year Linda was in the Junior Class Play and she joined the Mixed Choir her first year of high school. "Squeeze" was also a Pep Club member for two years and a Y-Teen member for three years. SANDRA SNELBAKER attended Toledo Central Catholic High School her Freshman and Sophomore years where she was a member of the band. Her Senior year she joined F.H.A. and Pep Club. Sandy also spent many free hours of her Senior year as News Editor of the Wildcats' Roar and Co-Editor of the Senior Section of the Buckeye. DELORES SOHN lived in Palm Springs, California, during her Freshman year. While there, she was elected President of her class and she also served as a Cheerleader. When Dee came to Napoleon she joined the Pep Club, which she was in during her Sophomore and Senior years and the Girls' Athletic Association which she joined in her Senior year. When Delores was a Junior she was in the Junior Class Play and in the Dance Concert. When Dee became a Senior, she was a Hall Monitor, a Senior Co-Editor of the Buckeye and Co-Editor of organizations in the Wildcats' Roar. RONALD SONNENBERG was in the V.I.C. Club his Senior year. He was elected Treasurer of this Club. Ronnie also took part in Industrial Arts Club his Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. The Mixed Choir used Ronnie's talents his Sophomore and Junior years and he was a member of the Freshman Choir. Ron bowled on a team cluring his Freshman, Sophomore, and junior years and he also took part in the Science Club. JULIANNA SPEISER was a Varsity Cheerleader for three years and a Pep Club member for the same three years. As a G.A.A. member Julie served her club well. During her four years she served as a Cabinet member, Secretary, Treasurer, and President. She was on Student Council for two years and also participated in the G.A.A. Dance Concert for two years. In the sports department she was on the All-Star Volleyball team in her Junior year and the All-Star Hockey team as a Senior. In her Junior year she was in the Class Play and also served as a Hall Monitor. In the J.C.L. she was elected Secretary in her Sophomore year and in her Senior year she joined Art Club and was elected to the Homecoming Court both her Junior and Senior years. Julie also sang in the Choir her Freshman year. As a Senior she was Editor-in-Chief of the Wildcats' Roar and Co-Editor of Organizations in the Buckeye. BARBARA STEVENS participated in many activities during her four high school years. She was in Y-Teens during her last three years. Barb was Vice President of Y-Teens when she was a Junior and President when she was a Senior. She was a delegate to United Nations World Affairs in Cincinnati her Sophomore year and when she was a Senior was one of the girls selected to go to New York for a study trip to the United Nations. Barbara took Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green in her Freshman and Sophomore years and she was honored with being inducted into the National Honor Society of which she was a member her last two years. Barb leads quite a musical life as evidenced by her four years of band of which she was Secretary in her Junior year. Further evidence of her musical ability is her participation in Freshman Choir and Mixed Choir in her Sophomore year. Barbara is also noted for her athletic ability. She was in G.A.A. all four years during which she was on the All-Star Basketball and Volleyball teams. She was also on the G.A.A. Cabinet and in the Dance Concert in her Sophomore year. Other activities in which Barbara participated are Student Council in her Junior and Senior years. She was a member of the Projectionist Club all four years and Secretary her last two years, and Barb was in the Junior Classical League in her Freshman and Sophomore year. Barb also belonged to J.C.L. her first two years. JANICE SWICK was active in Choral groups throughout high school. She was in Freshman Choir in her Freshman year. Janice was in Mixed Choir her Sophomore and Junior years. She was Secretary-Treasurer of the Choir her Senior year. Janice sang in the Junior Triple Trio and Triple Trio Ensemble her Junior year and belonged to the Girls' Glee Club in her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Janice was active in G.A.A. Dance Concert, Pep Club and Y-Teens Cabinet in her Junior and Senior years. She served on the Student Council her Senior year and participated in the Vocational Industrialist Club, of which she was Vice President. in her Senior year. Janice also had a part in the Junior Class Play. 42 MICHAEL THOMPSON came to Napoleon High School in the middle of his Junior year after attending South Shore High School in Chicago his Freshman, Sophomore, and the first part of his Junior year. Mike joined the band as a drummer his Junior year and Senior year, and he assisted Mr. King as Librarian his Senior year. He played Baseball his Junior and Senior years and was also a member of the N-Club his Junior and Senior years. During his Junior and Senior years he was also a member of N-Club. Michael also participated in our Hi-Y Club his Junior and Senior years. He helped the projectionists his Junior and Senior years. Mike was a back-stage hand for the Junior Class Play. RALPH VOCKE used his skills and abilities in the Industrial Arts Club his Junior and Senior years. He served as Treasurer of this club his Junior year and Secretary ,while he was a Senior. Our "talented tenor" participated in the Freshman Choir. Ralph then joined the Mixed Choir his Junior and Senior years. Not wanting to leave out the sports department, Ralph took part in Boys' Intra- murals during his Junior and Senior years. BETSY VORWERK was a four year participant in both the Girls' Athletic Association and the Pep Club. Musically inclined she belonged to the Freshman Choir, the Mixed Choir her Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior years, the Girls' Glee Club her Sophomore and Junior yearsg and the Junior Girls' Ensemble. She participated in the annual Dance Concert her Sophomore and Junior years. Her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years Betsy participated in the Music Contest. She too took the Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green her Freshman and Sophomore years. She also belonged to the Junior Classical League her Freshman and Sophomore years and Y-Teens her Sophomore year. Betsy was an active member of the Buckeye and Wildcats' Roar Staffs. GARY WALKER was very active in sports during high school. He was in Football his Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years. He was active in Boys' Intramurals in his Junior year and in Bowling his Sophomore year. Besides these activities Gary was a member of the N-Club and Hi-Y his Junior and Senior years, and was also a member of D.E.C.A. his Senior year. Gary's voice added depth to the Freshman Choir. MARY KAY WALKER was outstanding in her main interest, sports. She participated on the All-Star Volleyball team her Junior year, All-Star Hockey team her Senior year and All-Star Basketball her Sophomore and Junior years and was a member of G.A.A. all four years, as well as Pep Club her Sophomore and Senior years. Pee Wee was very active in the band, she was a member all four years, was Treasurer as a Senior and went to the Music Contest when she was a Sophomore and again when she was a Senior. Mary Kay was a member of Y-Teens while she was a Sophomore and Junior and served as Secretary during her Junior year. She also gave her services as Hall Monitor her Freshman year. Mary Kay was a member of the Buckeye and Wildcats' Roar Staffs as a Senior. ROGER WALLEN was manager of the Football team his Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior years. Much of his spare time his first three years was spent making articles in Industrial Arts. Roger took part in the Junior Class Play'and his Freshman year he was a member of the Freshman Choir. His Junior year found him in J.C.L. and his Senior year he was a member of V.I.C. SUSAN WILSON sang first soprano in Mixed Choir of which she was a member all three years she was in Napoleon. She joined the Library Club when she was a Senior. Susan came to Napoleon from Midland, Michigan, where she spent her Freshman year. SUNNY WRIGHT gave her time to work in the Library all four years of high school. She was also a member of the Pep Club all four years. When she was a Junior she participated in the Class Play. As a Freshman she was a member of F.H.A. She was also a member of G.A.A. when she was a Junior and Senior. JOHN YARNELL participated actively in Football his Fresh- man, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. He belonged to the N-Club in his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, and was out for Track his Freshman 'and Sophomore years. John also participated in Basketball his Freshman year. John was on the Bowling team and participated in Boys' Intramurals his Sophomore and Junior years. He also took Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green in his Junior year. IDA YOUNG has been active in G.A.A. all four years of high school. She was also in F.H.A. her Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior years. Ida was in Library Club her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years and in Pep Club Club her Freshman, Ida was in Library Club her Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years and in Pep Club her Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years. Ida was also in the Dance Concert her Freshman year. NANCY ZACHRICH belonged to the G.A.A. and F.H.A. Clubs her first three years of high school. As a Senior she was a member of D.E.C.A. Nancy joined the Library Club when she was a Freshman and also the Pep Club which she rejoined in her Sopho- more year. She also served as a Hall Monitor in her Junior year. Nt Double Trouhlc, I'll sec you two and misc you five! -1 -1 i Q-.ii"' 33- 5,n'.- 32.-5.-.gf V-1.-:.r - - - S' 15 I , 1 dl :A vc got Pup? Floating along in Cll'C'.llI1l1lDLl. Amazing what one can do with crept' paper! z , f 1 I R0 jf Y , Rllli-11-LlUl'3-I'Lll7, two girls in a tub! Y! How do you get thing off of your Baml of Angels ! ! ! ,Q f 4? A X f 4 , g 3? it 'Mt vt y ' ,Q , 63 ' 2' ix wi' WW! :wt t'443:3p9f5, as ,I pn Oh, Pitklcs pmtl uc 1 Q l'L'.ll1l J lt's like this, Tony . . lyi 'V ' LXJ7' iyhy , 'Af , f?'T'..f ,, V Q 'TI-53 t ' ll' QQ u, - Q My n:1mc's Marv, whats yours? i i , 1 f 1 .fx f 5, 1 Q l sf, ' Bobcat. can afimin Hof i W. io l Wllal Io Him. l.litL'l1 lu-rt' , . . ' This was g1flog1t??2 Up :mtl coming beauties. t t 'M 1 L 4 -I. , U x t S? Qi? , 3 ,Q '1fpy-thii yass brkuks I'l1 twkinty nliliibnffeiiigwiiffii thousand feet. ' 4 4x0 'P 75 .t , . ix. 3 I , Two hit S from the sucks fl v l ' ' -4 N Om S11-cvs so mufh an ,EQ-t 5' H g' 21:5 l36r mgtykl K K .1 E .-.- 1 .. " K R I 5 i t ijamyaz . Q A. k,g,.,k Bad 1' fdf20f gesfamezzf To Whom It May Concern: I, Joanne Barricklow, do will and bequeath my first seat in every class to someone whose name begins with I, Beverly Barton, do will and bequeath my smile to Mr. Heckler, he needs it!!! I, Karen Barton, do will and bequeath my ability to stay with Marsha Farison while she sits with surgery patients to anyone who wants to hold her hand. I, Janet Bernicke, do will and bequeath my card table and pool table to any girl who likes to sit and watch television alone. I, Larry Betts, do will and bequeath my ability to skip school in the afternoons to anyone who can get away with it. I, Jerry Blue, do will and bequeath my ability to argue with Mike Dunham to Elmer Conklin. Long may he argue!!! I, Norman Bostleman, do will and bequeath my ability to get out of work in D.C.T. to any next year D.C.T. student who can get away with it. I, Roger Bostleman, do will and bequeath my "Wizzard" motorbike to Jim Fouts. I, Raymond Boyd, do will and bequeath my long, low, and beautiful black Marauder to anyone who is crazy enough to try to drive it. I, Linda Brubaker, do will and bequeath my ability to make a speech in Speech class to anyone who likes Speech and Dramatics. I, Bob Brubaker, do will and bequeath my Table Tennis Champion- ship and my basketball style of Marcus Haines to Jerry and Terry Adams. I, Carol Cannon, do will and bequeath my job at the Palmer House to my sister, Kay. - I, Gary Colley, do will and bequeath half of my hair to Mr. John- son. He needs it. I, Lowell Cocke, do will and bequeath my ability to sleep in class and get away with it to Sam Sexton. I, Carole Conkey, do will and bequeath my nickname "Betty" to Peg Prior. May she be next year's Homemaker of Tomorrow. I, Bob Cramer, do will and bequeath my good grades in Industrial Arts to Joe Bost. I, Sandy Crosser, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with people, my sunny disposition and smile, also my wings and halos to all the "gloomy gusesf' , I, Joyce Daignault, do will and bequeath my short walk to school to Jeanie Greenhagen and Carol Schette. May they never be late again. I, Marr' Del Dannenberg, do will and bequeath all my "old jokes" to Mr. Heckler the needs themj. Long may he laugh by himself in peace. I, Brent Dietrich, do will and bequeath my old Bookkeeping papers to Jim Shadle. I, Bill Dietrich, do will and bequeath my licker to Carol Wachtman and Vivian Sonnenberg, they need it. I, Tom DiSanto, do will and bequeath my ability to play bridge to someone who needs it, Mr. Shelley, I, Barbara Druhot, do will and bequeath my seat in the "Jet" fafter Tom gets rid of itj to anyone who can get Mr. Church to smile. I, William Edwards, do will and bequeath my love for wild women, wild music, and motorcycles to anyone with a strong heart! God rest the poor souls. I, Karen Eickhoff, do will and bequeath my ability to sit still in study hall to my cousin, Bill Blitz. I, Jerry Elling, do will and bequeath my ability to sleep in class to any lazy junior. I, Marsha Farison, do will and bequeath my ability to work with surgery patients to anyone that has a strong heart. I, Marvin Fedderke, do will and bequeath my seat in Retailing Class to anyone sucker enough to take it, 44 I, Ronald Fisher, do will and bequeath to Mike Spieser better luck than I had trying to talk behind Mrs. Nestleroad's back in the library. I, Larry Forney, do will and bequeath all my helpful, useful, and beneficial abilities plus my "Beep Beep" Nash limousine to James Meyers. I, Marilyn Fouts, do will and bequeath the honor to go to the Prom all four years to my sister, Judy, I, Carolyn Freppel, do will and bequeath my love for cheerleading, football games, basketball games, track meets, dancing, and ham- burgers from the Tastee Freeze to my sister, Mary Sue. I, Dorothy Gerdeman, do will and bequeath my car to anyone who has to walk across the river bridge on cold mornings. I, Joan Graetz, do will and bequeath my long hike to school each morning to Mr. Robinson. Many have been the times he and I have gone into battle? I feel if he weren't so exhausted before the fight he would win now and then. I, Bill Greenham, do will and bequeath my ability of speaking to Larry Saneholtz. I, Karl Groll, do will and bequeath my old '49 Olds to Lupe Gomez so he can hit Toledo with the glory of Defiance. I, Wendell Hall, do will and bequeath my "Little Swan" to Don Conners, long may he suffer when it won't run. I, James Harper, do will and bequeath my arguments with Mr. Robinson and Mr. Haas with the suspended ball, to next year's Senior English and Physics classes. I, Charles Harrison, do will and bequeath my bridge partners to Mr. Shelley. I, Juliet Hartley, do will and bequeath the nickname, Harriet, to Jerry and Terry Adams, so they can bestow it upon some other "deserving" person. I, Brent Henrich, do will and bequeath my twin brother to Terry and Jerry Adams, may they live in peace forever. I, Kent Henrich, do will and bequeath my '51 Chevy to Don Sundue, may he never have as much trouble as my brother had fdead batteryj. I, John fMouseJ Herge, do will and bequeath my dear and lovable nickname "Mouse" to Jack fMouseJ Crosser. I, Carolyn Herman, do will and bequeath my ability to argue with Robbie in English class to anyone who wants it. May they have more results than I did! I, Stephen Hoadley, do will and bequeath my great talent as a projectionist to Fred Williamson. I, Judy Hockman, do will and bequeath my ability to drive the family car to school and to keep it in one piece, to my sister, Darla. I, Tony Hoeffel, do will and bequeath my ability as manager to Jim Shadle. I, Larry Honeck, do will and bequeath my '50 Merc to anyone who is game enough to drive the darn thing. I, Wynette Huner, do will and bequeath my job of delivering school papers the 8th period to Mr. Heckler, now he'll know what to do with them. I, Doris Hutchison, do will and bequeath my historical giggles to Mr, Shelley. I, Susan Jackson, do will and bequeath my blond hair to any girl who has black hair that wants blond hair. I, Patricia Kahrs, do will and bequeath my desire to follow my friends' and my crazy notions, to anyone who wants to have loads of fun. I, Eugene Kline, do will and bequeath my ability to give the news in Social Problems to whoever needs it. I, Wayne Koppenhofer, do will and bequeath my ability to goof off to anyone dumb enough to try it. I, Jean Lanzer, do will and bequeath my old blue Studebaker to anyone who likes to push. I, Linda Leifer, do will and bequeath my eight years of band and my bunk bed at Band Camp to Mary Sue Sauer. I, Yvonne Libey, do will and bequeath my bus rides to thok who have to walk to school. I, Ben Lowry, do will and bequeath my job as study hall attendance taker to anyone else who has nothing to do in ,study halls. I, Judy Mann, do will and bequeath my love for food to Mrs. Lenhart. May she enjoy it as much as I do. I, Guy McKee, do will and bequeath my hair to Mr. Johnson in hope that he will take better care of it than he did his own. I, Frank Meyerholtz, do will and bequeath my Spanish book and class discussions to Mr. Dowdell, Terry, and Jerry Adams. I, Steve Miller, do will and bequeath my ability to run to the cafeteria line every noon without being caught to Bill Latta. I, Sandy Moore, do will and bequeath my nickname "Queenie" to next year's Homecoming Queen. I, Jerry Motter, do will and bequeath my ability to get nothing done in Business class to Lee Weirach. I, Phyllis Nye, do will and bequeath my tired feet and serving coffee at the Palmer House to any incoming senior who wants to meet senior expenses. I, Joe Osborn, do will and bequeath my Football ability to Dave Bost. I, Aurand Palmer, do will and bequeath my ability to set pins at Paul's Bowl-A-Way to Candy Jr. I, Mary Beth Parsels, do will and bequeath my gadabout license to my cousin, Chardee Weaver. Long may she gad. I, Gene Patterson, do will and bequeath my height to Craig Eber- wine, he could use it next year for basketball. I, Dave Pauley, do will and bequeath everything I own including my bills to my girl Marilyn Jones, at Bryan. I, Karen Precht, do will and bequeath my love of life, and my ability to get involved in all kinds of crazy, mixed up situations and still end up having fun to my cousin, Jan. I, Charles Rathburn, do will and bequeath my Ford convert to Toot Ritter who likes to ride around town. I, Carol Rausch, do will and bequeath my chauffeur's license to Tamar Gilson and Bill Winzler, may they always have their red bombs as full of kids as I did!!! I, Carolyn Riley, do will and bequeath my ability to have Sandy Boyer as a driver instructor to anyone who wants to take the test three times. I, Karen Rothenbuger, do will and bequeath my spelling ability in Shorthand transcription to Mrs. Warden. I, Byron Saneholtz Jr., do will and bequeath my drum major's hat to any student of N.H.S. who can balance it on his head strutting across the football field. I, Fred Sauber, do will and bequeath my ability to stay out of trouble to Pat and Peg Prior. I, Ruth Scheele, do will and bequeath my job as treasurer of Library Club to anyone who likes headaches. I, Bob Sexton, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with Church and Bucky, and also my ?? brains?? to my brother Sam. I, Judy Sheeley, do will and bequeath my taxi cab to my sister, Jean. I, Jon Sheppard, do will and bequeath my bowling ball to Herb Bevelhymer, may he pick up as many 4-7-10 splits as I did. I, Tom Short, do will and bequeath my golden trombone to Charley Buckenmeyer and my worn-out football helmet to Roger King. fFight furiously, Fellows.J I. Hal Shumaker, do will and bequeath my black monster to anyone daring enough to drive it. I. Janice Slagle, do will and bequeath my position as hall monitor during the first period to anyone who would rather run around then study. I, Linda Slee, do will and bequeath my nickname, "Squeeze," to my dear "little" brother, Mike. I, Sandra Snelbaker, do will and bequeath my ability to live a block from school and still be late once a week to anyone who lives in the country. I, Delores Sohn, do will and bequeath my seat in Rausch's taxi to anyone who wants to make it to school in the nick of time. I, Ronnie Sonnenberg, do will and bequeath my treasury book to the next person who thinks he can collect ten cent dues each week. I, Julie Speiser, do will and bequeath my collections of football and basketball programs, Wildcat sports clippings, Varsity "N's" and old beat up signs and shakers to Pat and Peg Prior. I, Barbara Stevens, do will and bequeath my job as Projectionist secretary to any girl who can put up with all those boys . . . and Mr. Heckler . . . ??? I, Janice Swick, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with doctors to anyone who wants to attempt it! I, Mike Thompson, do will and bequeath the timpani to Mary Sue Sauer, may she pound them to her heart's content and to Mr. King's misery fpoor fellowj. I, Ralph Vocke, do will and bequeath my '54 Chevy to Bill Wendt. May he and Peg keep the drive-in movies in business forever. I, Betsy Vorwerk, do will and bequeath my water skiing ability to my teacher at Clear Lake, Bill Winzeler. I hope you have better luck with the rest of your students than you had with me. I, Gary Walker, do will and bequeath my dancing ability to Jim Sohn, I, Mary Kay Walker, do will and bequeath to next year's Seniors the fun of trying to think of a class will. I, Roger Wallen, do will and bequeath my little green Studebaker to anyone who promises to visit the names in my little, black, book while I'm in the service. I, Susan Wilson, do will and bequeath my long bus ride to Judy Walters. I, John Yarnell, do will and bequeath the balloon I won in Book- keeping class to next year's bookkeeping students. I, Sunny Wright, do will and bequeath my height to Marsha Conrad. I, Ida Young, do will and bequeath my ability to get caught talking in the Library when I don't even talk, to my sister, Anne. I, Nancy Zachrich, do will and bequeath my brown eyes to Mary Lou Miller. May she meet as nice a guy as I did. Witness attached hereto by these Senior autographs: 7 3'-' '91 'ff if U up ...W yy WI? OQfCfd.S.5I22QI? fr 'ff Egg 3 Q .gk Laffy ROKLLCI' Adams Aderman Richard Suzanne Bcrnicke Bfffl' XX'ynetta David Bockclman BUSY M arcia Gene Conrad Cflfllfs Anthoneta Apel Edward Betson Sandra Boyer Leon Coressel unzbr GQSS fn .. ff james Austermiller Herbert Beverlhymer janet Burke janet Coscarelli Donna Harold B0nni6 Bankey Bausch Bearley Wanda Nancy Williul11 Bindeman Bischoff Blitz Robert Barbara Dfmillcl Cohrs Colley Connors Darla Lee Dflvill Dietrich Dietrich Dillon HOMEROOM TEACHER STUDENT COUNCII Mr. Robinson Larry Adams 01229 Robert Cohrs i -1-Y 00122 108 G.A.A. CABINET Bonnie Bearley Maw fi'- f EP ww ,fn 139' X x :iw R ggveqfy 1 if "hx . I F l ".' , VLm , M , Q Q gf 5 Q' .,..,.. 1. y q . 'L L-L, f A ,V N X iff 4 X ' w-X" fl 4 gg, - V ,Q E N 'S J ,.,, , 3.5. W A I , 4 ,,,.. . wx ...., .. we .5112 'L .1.f:f" ' , Sl' ' Il 5 Q. . E im, im Q , D1 V' v 4 . 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CABINET joan Shartzer wwf . ,. , , x V,,, , '- . , ,, "YU KLLMVQP 2 ffl! 4'-Mas. - fm-. , ASX JNWIQ. Q-APN' ' itz 15 . ,Zi ,, .. N v .2 Q' rw flfs ggggsfi -rl .A f Q i.. ns 9 ,Q CSOF OIDOFQ CASS jerry Terry Adams Adams Mary Etta Dianne Badc-nliop Bailey james JUG Blue Bust 'I ill Kay Cannady Cannon Gary Melvin Daman Dtgler l Dennis Allen Richard Bankey Chuck Boyer Elmer Conklin Marcia DeWalt an A 15 Mike Anderson William Barton Dick Brown Judy Conners Tom Druhot an W Qi' . , HOMEROOM TEACHER Mr. Cuff 6917262 7? Catherine Armitag Mac Basil Dick Brubake- David Conrad Richard DuByne C I' 106 6967172 Richard Babcock Williaiiw Bearley Sue Brubaker Barbara Corwin Dianne Eickhoff ,thi ' ,, gg' E E 'if STUDENT COUNCIL Burke Buntz Mary Etta Badenhop 9'-' G.A.A. CABINET Dianne Eickhoff Lewis Bachtal Barbara Betts Burke Buntz jack Crossland 5 if 'im' Abum wha Q..- V00 IJIV UMBC!! 42,61 'Fix , 14' ' L, l - 2 x:'1':A 1 gp ju 3 W X X Q Q M x Q-,R Y A W W 2 Miumk s ki " y X X w A Lf . ai K . 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V- s n H 4 -- Q MM X "LL--v"'1., Stanley Spitler Norman Travis Myron Walker Susan Wiechers Jeanne Stanton Herbert Vajen Gerald Warehime Marcia Wiemken Dennis Starkey Esther Vance Charlene Weaver Wi l l iam Winseman Ruth Ann Estella Pauline Peggy Starkey Thompson Thompson Thompson james Robert Judy Georgia V00 DCYIOU Wachtman Walters Walker Bill Helen Barbara Carol Wendt Wenner West Wiechers EVCIYU Keith Kathryn Terry Witte Yackee Yaney Zellers G.A.A. CABINET Martin Wiemken HOMEROOM TEACHER STUDENT COUNCIL Mrs. F. Russell Keith Yackee Charlene Weaver mme WOOD? 202 CS Q05 0122 OFQ SS mud E I W. ,M 4 ' Q . .Tl ,- r 1 - ,mx-A-. .Nssv'4-I "' JJ . , xnth., -..A..,,.-. w,.u- .-,'9 Q , . .,, ,.L9 nun--x. 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VU wp f qw' sv, , ,,,. . .W V VM 25 'Mg Judith Franz Rebeua Gilger Gretrhen Hanna Laura Hoff h I -5 .yr IW Mary Sue Kenneth Mary Ann Andrea Patricia Freppel Freytag Gathman Gerken Gerken SMC Barbara jerry Russell james Gillespie Gisler Grant Gray Grim Carolyn Don Dean Luanne Judith Hartley Hathaway Helberg Helbe-rg Helmke Gary Williaiii Gary Norman james Hogrefe Hudson lunge King Knipp 11335122012 Gkss Philip Gersmehl Roger Grubaugh Darla Hockman HOMEROOM TEACHER Mr. Lenhart jfame L 0012? 103 STUDENT COUNCIL Laura Hoff Gretchen Hanna G.A.A. CABINET Mary Sue Freppel W Q we 6 qv ,WS- L k iam Y 'Z' Marilyn Schultz Leonard Spitler Riclmrtl Sweinhagen Charles Wfeiisel Theres.1 Young ? C 1 . William Schultz Carol Stevens Ben Swisher -lane W'ieehers Cimelelario Zamarripu Sandra Shadle Linda Stevens Carolyn Tipton Fred Williiiiiison jennifer Shonelell Donald Sunel ue Mariorie Vance Robert Winsemiin I"Q.S5I22dI2 SESS Mike Carol Slee Smith john Kathryn Suyelam Suyelum Kenneth Marjorie Von Deylon Wallen Tliomas Robert Wfolf Ynrnell HOMEROOM TEACHER Mr. Mossing Mary lieth Snelhnlcer Paula Swanson Roherf XX'ntsun Kenneth Young I ' STl.'DEN'l' COUNCII Theresa Young Rolvert Yarnell ome 7? 00122 105 Go G.A.A. CABINET Carol Stevens N: ..., kk KA, il 'ily 'f 1 9253 if i ,. . ,ai K- Q that - xNL'lm . Conspiracy in Freppcls garage. 5 -E E 1, ,L n . fx J .. Qs, 1 A' fi ii 'f-' 1..2 'af "g-- W,lmfg mmkm aren t we an energetic looking group. ,lunior and Senior wolf-bait, v C-r-r-a-a-zy, man, cr-r-a-a-zy! My. aren't we the studious one. 7L X A 5 5-3555: F I :,.x2E,'E5wf A i f A V i n , iw .. .. . ex X L -,U Q. Mgr, Q 5 'sg , in E Q.. :m z .'::. ? ,Sf -' F f m' 9? is is X ,Pg -it RQ hw' ',X'L-"-- Little juniors with big Two 7 Vlatcha' got in your hand, Tom ? You wouldn't dare! You wouldnt believe that that thing shoots yellow paint. 1 coffee break. Larr Dun t but my ln my X um' 1 hu ww looks good' Om llnc I'IT1kLS hug nlnffcrcncc. f Q' if 2' .- if . 'F 'W Aw 34.4 I dndn t do 44. P55 r happening to the t iw .f -.--h 3 . 4, K 'K -'P ig it -sf . 4'-1 1. ' V -, X, I X E s V L S H or f H.S. - M If , '91 if 'p 'sf U P? 411 'Q Q' V junlbr 5 MR. SWEARINGEN Prim-ipu! Mr. Schie received a B.S. in Education from Bowling Green State University. Mr. Swearingen received a B.S, in Education from Bowling Green State Uni- versity. unzor Mrs. Allen serves as sec- retary to Mr. Swearingen. wig ww F 5 3:-as .t ifiigee afiffiiak . . . 'im' . vifwe .mf Y f 1 - 7 Secrelary itz the Priuciptzl MR. CLYDE SCHIE, Physical Education Mrs. Theobold received a B. S. in Education from Bowling Green State Uni- versity, MRS. BETTY THEOBOLD. Englitb Miss Sherman re- ceived a B. S. in Ed- ucation from Bowl- ing Green State University. 68 MISS MARGARET SHERMAN, Marla MR. DONALD FLORY, Science Mr. Flory received a B.S. in Education from Bowling Green State University. Mr. Carl received a B, A. from Toledo Universityg a B. S. from Eastern Michi- gang and an M. A. from Bowling Green State Uni- versity. MR. MEL CARL, Hirtory and Geography MRS. MARY JEAN HINTZ, Eugzffh Y Mrs. Hintz re- ceived a B. S. in Biological S c i e n c e f r o m Indiana State Teachers College. U If Q.:-ua. u 1-.1 .. - . . I -- SEATED: B. Miller, Preridenl. STANDING: j. Mitchell, FIRST ROXW: N. Dulccr. S, Strnhl. D, Munn. J. Xxfhitaker, Janet Duquette, john T?'6LlIll1'l'?'f T. Cuff, Vin' Pn'.fidw11,' C. Wilscwn, Sefrv- Da-Willt, Craig Hcnrirh, SECOND RCIW: Mitchell, D, Toney, Ii. Miller, C. Prior, 'lf Swcriririgcn, C. Wilsamn. R. Stevens, fury--8A. Q38 z 1' f' 6.6 ",i QT I 3.151 ,Nw ,, eq. " . ..1..! I SIZATIED: D. Dictrifh, P1-rfzdwf. STANDING. C. J. Basserr. Timm- SEATEDr B- Brown. P1-e.fidw11. STANDING: M. Kramer, l.u1ns. Sruel.n'y.' 'If Swcr1ring.:cn, Vifu PH'.ffdc'l1l.' J. Fonts. ew-7A. Vlre Pre.ridez1I,' I.. Sheppard, Serfvfizry. 'I'n'.1i1zrw'f8l3. ere GQCXQJ 122 unfor 7757 SIEATIZD: A. Austcnnillcr. SL'w'c'l.ll'1. STANDING: R. SEATED: D, Zimmermann, Prariderll. STANDING: N. ax, l"'e 1'n1aidw1l,' J. Bischcr, 7'n'.1r1m'r,' K. McKee, Brink, Treii,f14rer.' M. Goodman, SCL'1'6'lr1fy,' P, Kline, Vire R ll Pruiidwll-7I5. '1 Prwidenl-7C. 69 yay 911406 Mary Delvanthal Nancy Dielman David Dietrick Claudia Donley Mike Dunham Judy Fouts Linda Eisman Mike Franz Leonard French Larry Gray Terry Gray Sid Handyside Donald Harmon Janet Harmon Jan Heckler Paul Hoadley John Hustwick Robert Jackson Juanita Keller jim Krauzer ,rendfi Allen 3 W n Ausrermillef I6 a Barton enliter BuCl4m35tCr a Rux Cannadl' Mice Carl Eddie Clwsmg Lynn Clymer ' Conn lilly Connefs d Bev Ellen Cfeagef T 1 Cuff Rcildsell Degler .lutly XX'invclcr fg gra0Q l Barlwara Showman jay Slaglc Alberta Sonncnbcrg Kamlytlm Stanton Runnin: Stevens Corrine Stiles Richard Stiles l.lntla Sturtlcwant Tlmomas Swearingen Vivian Tipton Dianne Toney Pam llncaplmcr Marge XXfalkcr Rex Xxfallwr Karl Wfartl jutly XX'illt-man Carol Wilatvn Armamlu Zamarippi Lester Kfuse Normarxlifise u gfllweclilas Ludem an Dayxe MASH Mafll05Z Barbafa Millet Vfllma Mlllerl lulie Mxtchel Rilwh Num Alice , P lmef Qllgge rt apiusons - Pfuii David PAM lyn Rathbllfn Ronnie Rausch Mary Rogers Mary Schuclcr Barbara Slmartzer Mary Short euenlf QJUOQ Kenny Brubaker Dianne Cordes David Cowclrick Tony Cramer Janis Creager Vickie Crosser Noralee Decker john DeWalt janet Duquette Richard Fahringer Rodney Fruchey Donna Gallagher Rickie Gilson Mary Goodman Frank Hahn Jay Hanna Rozanne Hartley Roger Hefflinger Craig Henrich Patty Hoffman Dianne Afmbluster Ann Austermxlllef Barbara Bachm Sharon Baker Joe Bassett ' Benien Izlgsfrllilxxsfierniclie BuKCl1 Berry you Bislwf Marianne Blue Dianne . NanCY Brink Raxtjh Bg0WD Robert Bfown . - n V Bodxeymil Buzz Bosgleman euenlf graofe Shirley Mahnke Kern McKee Susan Meineke Fred Mengerink Margaret Miller Mike Miller john Mohler Karen Moose Tina Myers Marilyn O'Conner joel Panning Doyle Patrick Lorenza Pedrazo Dennis Pratt Darlene Plotts Julia Plotts Arthur Proxmire Donna Prior Ronnie Rex, Verlin Rice e01'Be Hogud Ruth jackson Ann lasml Barbara .Keller phil Kline I Krame oh!! Krew l Ronald Kruse er Norman Lanz A Lana Elise? 1-evlns Carol Uldeman Susie Ludemf vlmaam LY' C sQUQI2f6 QIQGOQ ?nicC' Wiefhel-5 homas Wiechefs Kandace Wfjghelm Tom Z5-Hers D0uglas 74 Zimmerman 583' , - Karlene Wal.d gloyce Wim-Fhime Ogef Weaver Sadle Wells James Whitaker Richards joyce Charles Ritter james Saneholtz john Schroeder Linda Sheppard Carolyn Slagle Raymond Smith Mike Snyder Doyle Sonnenberg Gregg Sperth Rosemary Spitler Randall Strayer Sandra Srrohl jackie Walker Party Walters 769 Junzbr eere fgr FIRST ROXV: D. Pratt, R. Cannady, D. Patrick, J. Schroeder, K. T. Winzeler. R. Wfalker. R. Nutter. FOURTH ROW: G. Speith, McKee. I. Hanna, F. Mengerlnk, D. Dietrich. D. Fahringer. SEC- R. Kruse. R. Stevens, T. Swearingen, D. Pratt, B. Brown, Ka OND ROXW: j. Slagle, D. Sonnenberg, B. Berry, D. Mann, J. Wrxrtl. FIFTH ROXV:CnatI1 C. Schie, A. Zammarrippa, R. Degler, Dewalt, D. Zimmerman, M. Franz, A. Palmer. THIRD RONW: R. Stiles, B. Parsons, Manager J. Cramer. D. Cnwtlritk, -I. Vlflmitaker, I.. Clymer, B. Lytle, R. Hefflinger, goofgaf yjasfefgaf CHEERLEADERS: Barbara Shartzer, Brenda Allen, Judy Fouts, Cheryl Lucas, Carolyn Prior. 1' 7 FRONT, loft tu riglmtz K. MtKee. D. Pratt, T. Swearingen, B. C. Schie, K. Wfartl, D. Zimmerman, M. Franl. LY CIYIUCF, Ja Parsons, Ronnie Stevens, Tom Brown. BACK, left to right: Coach Whltaker, D- Dmfflflk B- LYll'C- 75 A 2 fi, Run, cat, run Get him ! umm: aff f W' s 1, 2, 3-Hikes Oof, V i ' iii ik ,Q , L . . . ,1 .... A 5, ,. .gy f- v - uh 3 ,u w " i sf? sf Half-time yak 6 We want a touchdown Mi55 if! 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ROW 5, left to right: Karen Seiler, Rose Marie Goodman, ROW 6, left to right: Fleety Rafferty, Donna Leifer, Mary Ann Franz, Tamar Gilson, Carolyn Zahrend, Darla Dietrich, Petey Burk, Sandy Boyer, Marilyn Kryling, Linda Mengerink, Dianne Eickhoff, Sue Wiechers, Georgia Mary Ann Kryling, Wanda Bindenian, Peg Prior, Marcia Conrad. ROW 4, Walker, Marcia Wiemken, Pat Kryder, Pat Romeck, Sue Brubaker, Barbara Betts. CC erger, L ohen H ueller, Connie M joanie .O Grubaugh, ole L-4 C5 U .Li -C 'CD E1 2 4.. 4-4-1 .2 Bonn e ann, Nancy Small, joan M atson, W da rink, Lin gC Men Susan Hanna, s. '-1' N 2 H.1rr son CS P1 rl as , Cha ?, A.. A1 F iI'Nf 5... joe Fcttcr Q... ,M M-as 'Q Ehsf-vp uuunvuf.-m-. 0- i- Setrem -3 jr Snncholtz yron f. W'-'71 M -...W .-.....,.., , ,W W- ww, ,. .---,v Cb.1f7f.1i1z Henrich Brent f. ancholtz 6.121 Larry S 111.111 h - 5 Q LJ X. .1 6 Kent I-Icnric -62 5.1: CI QB U , XT P5 50 cd N. 11.5, SO :Dan U ef? DD 12. I-4 JU A- LIU .LCN :E J. W5 3... 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Wla' M3 A L2ai7Qv1Wk iigw, I Xgxn Q. f 'xm'--.4 XY x i ' N RboWWNw Nwskxkg WDUUNNVQ-N a...,. .amcfww "'A. dd: .Vi ik, .1 is . . .ffifibf 1 , i T, W1-FM, 1 . ic N' wi J, ,i I. :.4c,f5IAigcf",5 1 ' wxtirz Iyar if-ff :NE-A 3? El , " 'ii "f.3?5Tf 7-iwigirle , 'f 1' is .wir .3 .Swim we ggi . i, gi. . W. Of The WILDCATS' ROAR and BUCKEYE STAFF for the year 1958-1959 is Editor of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye junior High Editor. Sandy Snelbaker, as follows: ROW' ONE. left to right: Mary K. Walker, Girls' Sports Editor News Editor of Wildcats' Roar. Buckeye Senior Class Editor Delores Sohn, of Wildcats' Roar Buckeye Sports Editor. Carol Rausch, 'Business Manager Club Editor of Wildcats' Roar. Buckeye Senior Class Editor. Betsy Vorwerk, of Wildcats' Roar. Buckeye Advertisement Manager. Carolyn Herman, Ex- Club Editor of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye Underclass Editor. ROW FOUR, left change Editor of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye Faculty Editor. ROW O, left to right: Byron Saneholtz, Boys' Sports Editor of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye to right: julie Speiser. Editor-in-Chief of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye Organiza- Organizations Editor. Karen Precht, Features Editor of Wildcats' Roar. tions Editor. NX'ynette Huner, Exchange Editor of Wildcats' Roar, Buckeye Buckeye Copy Editor. Linda Leifer, Circulation Manager of Wildcats' Roar. Ifnderclass Editor. Carolyn Freppel, Editorial Editor of Wildcats' Roar, and Buckeye. Mary B. Parsels, Art Editor of Wildcats' Roar and Buckeye, Buckeye Features Editor. ROW THREE, left to right: Linda Slee, Features RMI? ?V3'f'Vfs-' E' fZC?1,ff'5' M ,fff?f?f O 'Y O U? 1? '91 v? 'sf Y 'ti 'Q W C510 OFAS' Napoleon .,..... ...... 1 6 Swanton ..... Napoleon ,....., ,A.,.. 8 Montpelier .... Napoleon ,,.,..,......,.. 12 Defiance ..... Napoleon ....,,..,,....., 38 Holland .,,..,.. Napoleon ,,..... ....., 1 2 Liberty Center ..,... ...... 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ROW' TW'Ui jay Iiruth, Tum Snyiicli ROXX"l'HREli: NII'.SLi1iC. XY'.1til1 them. Condi! l 1 i W ' HCS pinned? Hey, let gn of my arm' Ciivc upY Napoleon Napoleon .,....,. ......... Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon., ...... ......... 4 8 Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon 33 QJAQXHJ 195459 Whitmer ............. ....... 4 7 Bowling Green ...... .,..... 6 9 Libbey ..,.............. ....... 5 4 Liberty Center ...... ....... 5 5 Wfauseon ......., ....... 6 8 Swanton .,.... ....... 5 0 Montpelier ...... i...... 4 7 Bryan ....,,.,.. Defiance v,,,... .......65 .......7l Perrysburg ...... ....... 7 0 Delta ........... Bryan .,,.,.. Wauseon ..... ,......43 .......73 .....,,68 Montpelier .i..., ....... 6 7 Defiance ....... .......78 arszg VARSITY COACH FRED CHURCH ROW' ONE: Dave Druhot. Larry Adams. Chuck Harrison, Charlie VonDeylen. Craig Eberwine. Dave Conrad, Herb Bexelhsmer Harrison. joe Fetter. ROW' TWO: Bryon Sane-holtz. Ronnie W'ayne Smith. II2 9581409 ROW ONE: Chuck Harrison, Don Sloan, Wayne Smith, Craig Bfubakefi Earl RiCh31'd50U, Difk DUBYUC, Tim Lighthill. Eberwine, Ronnie VonDeylen. ROW TWO: joe Hoeffel, Dick Napoleon ..,...... i...... Napoleon .,.,..... ........ 4 1 Napoleon ...,..... ....... Napoleon Napoleon ...... ........ Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon ......... ....... Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon ,..... ,...... Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon Napoleon ,,,,,,.,.. ....... Napoleon ...,..... .i..... Whitmer .............. ......... 3 1 Bowling Green Libbey ............... ......... Liberty Center .,.,.. ......... 3 0 Wauseon ....... Swanton ,... Montpelier ....... ......... 3 5 Hamlet ......,... Bryan ...i.... Defiance ........ Perrysburg ....... .......-. Delta .............. Bryan ............, Wauseon .,.......... ......... 4 9 Liberty Center Montpelier ..... Defiance ........ .. ...,..... 52 40 20 42 RESERVE COACH CHARLES BUCKENMEYER W 1 l f i .fir tai! iQ l K Ll ll I IlIl11,f.l1.ll'llC! lQunr.ld drives inf Drulmrlt shows them lmuwf it, 1.111 .ry 1 Herb gm-s fm' two points CGYQ C6006 .S N-... L--x E sf SA, ,ep . Innoccnt Daw! N arszf Sandy Moore-Two-yem' Vm-:ily Pat Prior-Two-year Vanity Peg Prior-One-year Vanity julie Speiser-Tloree-year Varxzty Eugene Patterson-One-year Varyily G59 Qfkd 06119 y A.. 'Q Nancy Sellings, Carolyn Freppel, Mary WQSQFUQ Hoeffel, Pat Kryder , JK ,X wsk' 1,,,k gf,,9f5,,a3Li.gg1,.,,, ' .11f,fg:.g..sW5 - ,K Ulf . 5 V K 'sf i V 3 7 K Um? 4 527155 E-IHZQZ I K K ' T ' 5.22-V751 ' :iii i 553153: e5'aX.:Sw,f"W -aw ' pmi-A--qw ijynwvw Q5 - - N M mf """' ' 'V 'ck ,.-if55, LV A ,v ,,'i 'f A 15 fin , rd K ,rfk X, VV tl .. . gl ,Q Qu 1 ff? , ' if ., J :R f ' I Q r L' if A . 2' , h "mi -. I I fr i' . . I " j r , A A V- if if 5' :ff No gouging, Tom! Future basketball star? 1706-Q 1 Nice jump shot! Is it a strike? Chins up! You tell them, Bucky! And our prediction is . . . Gzfram ur 5 Lift if higlfer, Bob! Coaches take if easy. 'mf 310 It must be a strike! Eat your wheaties, jon! Muscle mam! You figure it out! ?????? L-,e,3q35..w,w x VL . T6-V 1 5 .m , .., wr .f,,: L1 c fl ' if A I Jr x .1 - - .0 5? Q' gig' csporfs I 'P '91 Sqfcgfar tmcfey BLUE DEVILS S in-fffwtg 5 Golf ? ROW ONE: Sandra Flory, Mary Kay Walker, Ann Saneholtz, Sandra Boyer. ROW TWO: Mary Ann Gathman, Gretchen Hanna, Martha Lytle, Nancy Small, Bonnie Glick, ROW THREE: Carolyn Herman, Janice Slagle, Beverly Moose, Sandy Moore, Pat Kryder. On with the game! All set for action. The battle's on l For the first time this year the G.A.A. had all-star hockey teams. The White Angels won over the Blue Devils, 4-0. I WHITE ANGELS ROW ONE: Carol Stevens, Carolyn Freppel, Lee Hanna, Mary Hoeffel, Wynetta Bockelman. ROW TWO: Chardee Weaver, Judy Gilland, Sue Weiehers, Donna Leifer, julie Speiser. ROW THREE: Bonnie Bearley, Marcia Conrad, Peg Prior, Pat Prior, Carol Rausch. ow Any Ze ks ROW ONE: Mary Kay Walker, Barb Druhot, Linda Slee. ROW TWO: Sandy Moore, Delores Sohn, Karen Precht. It must be ll gutter! -- K S li E s QQ" SANDY MOORE High Bowler Average 1-16 Two Senior bowling teams tied for the high bowling team average this year. Each team had an average of 108 for six games. Hit the head pin! NANCY HAYES Second high bowler Average 127 ROW ONE: Carolyn Herman, jean Lanzer, julie Speiser. ROW TXVO janet Bernicke, Linda Leifer, Barb Stevens. Qqmsfar yjasfefgaf WHITE ANGELS ROW ONE: Mary Kay Walker, Chardee Weaver. ROW TWO: Gretchen Hanna, Ann Saneholtz. ROW THREE: Tamar Gil- son, Mary Hoeffel. ROW FOUR: Pat Prior, Marcia Conrad, janet Bernicke. The White Angels defeated the Blue Devils 46 to 41 in the annual G.A.A. all-star basketball game. Marcia Conrad led the White Angels' scoring with 52 points and Nancy Small had 20 for the Blue Devils. Marcia drives in for a basket! A Referee? Let's have some action! BLUE DEVILS ROW ONE: Pat Kryder, Nancy Small, Mary Etta Badenhop. ROW TWO: Kathy Suydam, Beverly Moose, Peg Prior. ROW THREE: Janice Slagle, Mary Ann Gath- man, Carolyn Herman. 61:5 game Zasfefgaf .,...-.a- 1 Shoot! Wake up, Karen! Get her, Kay! Don't double dribble! Lose something? We wang to play. mo! .-7.-. Pass us the ball! You tell her, Mrs. Lenhart! F5 QR' Q.-w"" .452 tbewv. N .Af 'f' q, 5?-7-1 1 N-.uf Y N' F , ,12 -flykl, 1 'I A M45 Q 53.41 xg , ' ,L 1 -. ,rv . ' 1 ' X - ' J : bf? -ix. A. 1. 5 ig -"7'af1Q,'l",4 y 'fr'- V FXj,fzf"' 5. - 1 x - in I 4" Qi' -' if.. -Wg -t' VH 1 D f' ' 52 " ' 'P ' up f 1 ' I 7? Q' geafures 5? jlgmecomzhy Queen 1,958 CSQHQQC TOOFG I s Q. SENIOR ATTENDANT JUNIUR ATTIZNDANT Julie Spciscr Peg Prior Omecomzhy Ourf 19569 SOPHOINIORE ATTENDANT FRIESHINTAN ATTIQNDANT Flcety Rafferty Carol Stevens 'N J lvft tit right: Mr. Virgil lilitnlw, Supt. of Sthools, who crowned The liappy court, wld hut happy, waits to ride into thc stadium lllt ri Ni - ut-thi jimmy Cllitmli. thu c't'mvtiAhu1t'c1'1 hir, Witt. fflornyj l.cft to right: Aluliu Siwist-ig sctiior nttcmlatitg lilccty Riiffct'ty wiv, llutliui' of tht- quit-mg The Queen. Miss Snnclrti Moore: suplioinuru Qittcntlimtg Pt-g Prior, junior tittcntlnntg and Carol Stcv tl Lcwlic- llulwinwti, tht' flmwi' girl, cms, frcslimim tittcntltint, Thu proud fathers pose with their tlauglitcrs, Left to right: Mr. George Rafferty and Flectyg Mr. XX'iiltcr Prior and Pegg Mr. Wiii. Moore and Sandy: Mr. -Limos Spc-iscr and julicg Mr. Don Stcvcns :mtl Carol. ue an L fx! - W1 C? The csmrts gct into the picturr- with thcir royal tlittcs. Left ti: right: 'Ibm Shurt tintl -luliv Spciscrz' Hcrh Bcwlliymcr and lilac-ty Rnffcrtyg Larry Simclioltz iintl thc Quccn, Sandy fXl0Ol'f.'1 Pug Prior amd llrcnt Hcnrichg CiLll'Ul Stcxcns nntl Mika liimxvn. Q50 ,7 z11210r Gfzss Tresenfs f'S75e 57012210 9605009 wazzfeof TOP ROW, left to right: Carolyn Zahrend, Bill Winzeler, Bob Cohrs, joan Mann, Julie Dunham, David Kline, Kay Nestleroad, Vicky Riordan, Carol Wachtman, Tom Walker, Nancy Bischoff, Beverly Moose, Bonnie Bearly. SECOND ROW: Connie Hohenberger, Nancy Hays, Don Sloan, Lynn Funkhouser, Bonnie Glick, Chuck Harrison, Marcia Conrad. BOTTOM ROW: Herb Bevel- hymer, Craig Eberwine, jim Austermiller, Peg Prior, Joan Mueller, Nancy Small, Pat Prior. STANDING, left to right: Bill Winzeler, Mary Hoeffel, Bob Cohrs, David Kline, Beverly Yarnell, Darla Dietrich, Judy Gilliland, Wynetta Bockleman, Tom Walker, janet Coscarelli, Carol Honeck. SEATED: Mary Sue Sauer, Chuck Harrison, Judy Gillespie, Lee Hanna, Wayne Smith, Ellenor Hustwick. "The Family Nobody Wanted" is the story of Reverend and Mrs. Doss who adopt unadoptable children, those with mixed ancestries. Donny, the oldest of the Doss children, falls in love with the daughter of a big oil man from Texas. He and his wife are very prejudiced and do not want their daughter to associate with the Doss family, but the charming Dosses soon change their minds and all ends happily. Not only was the production of the play well done, but the selection of the play itself received enthusiastic comment from the churches in the community and the people who attended. ,V M A- i 5 T . ,., , , "T-,I Q ' 'gg A l . , v H TL ,, 4 9--4 ' TUESDAY NIGHT Don Sloan Vicky Riordan joan Mann Bonnie Glick Robert Cohrs Charles Harrison Kay Nestleroad julie Dunham Carol Wachtman Tom Walker Lynn Funkhouser David Kline Nancy Bischoff Carolyn Zahrend Marcia Conrad Bill Winzeler Nancy Hays 1,38 25 p ri rin Vg "i 1 Sf CAST Donald D011 Diane D011 Tfznzmy Dorf Mrf. Helen D051 Alex Don' Reza Carl D011 Lazmz D055 Rim Dorf Mi5.i' Reilly Bill TlJ0ma,i Nan !0f7Il.l'0Il Ted Dorff Mfr. Allen il'lr,i. Hardy Mfr. Parkimozz Mr. fobfzmfz Mfr. folanfwz kv if . X. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Wayne Smith Wynetta Bockleman Judy Gilliland Judy Gillespie Robert Cohrs Charles Harrison Darla Dietrich Beverly Yarnell janet Coscarelli Tom Walker Lee Hanna David Kline Mary Hoeffel Carol Honeck Ellenor Hustwick Bill Winzeler Mary Sue Sauer b A , 5 ii',, 1 . .VA 4 7 as , ' J i ,V I , . ,X "I've never been so ernulsifiecl in 5 all my The three smgm stoogesz Tm, La, and , jg gist eelt lt : -f :J S - Asif-:-fa - 1 , s 1-ei ef If T 51 ,V 1. 1. . ' View X. . asf' sf lt El' , R 15 . g.. e lf' aw' l Theres just one bad thing about cooking "Dream" electrocuted. f eg 3 ll 'Rf W "Outh !" Barb's being w "Beer, Beer for old Nap' O'High" owl '-'If you want reserved seats, y0u'll just have to pay SLD." was I ,Ome C ff S Fflaljy, yOu 17631. 15535: "Off we go, into the wild blue yonder-"O "Tell us, Barb." "May I have this dance?" 3' iz- ' 'QQ' . . ' mf! f , 'J Too many pedestrians. l "It can't be 5,280 feet!" ilk Looks like they re having fun' var' r ig -w 1- Q- 51 ' ii A , if A . 1.3 " ' i ' ' -' , -L5 I I it i is H Q ' ' m The seniors worked, too! WV i 4 "L' K 'L, X, A fy 'TW QQ, ' if Show your y sister, not my IIOSV 3. Freddie, the Cat i A Royal chatter. l X A' iii- . - . t me Heh, heh, heh-we'll kill 'em!" "What in the world'5 going on: , .I i xy l y iz? K" , . ,L .ff 1 f ,."-- uf Q5 'Pj .4 if f V W Q -.. Lovely smile, but those feet! And she bowled 299 ror the ' SITIC ALEXANDER STUDIOS ASHENFELTER'S SERVICE AUGENSTEIN 81 HOEFFEL CLOTHES FOR DAD AND LAD AUSTERMILLER 8: LUCAS MARATHON STATION BARBARA ANN'S BEAUTY LANE BERNICKE'S 'SELF SERVE MARKET BILL TRAVIS MOTOR SALES CARL F. GERKEN 8: SONS CHIEF SUPER MARKET COMMUNITY BANK COMMUNITY BANK SOUTH SIDE OFFICE DIETRICH'S FRIENDLY SERVICE FAHRINGER'S GREENHOUSE G. C. MURPHY STORE GERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP HAHN'S HANNA'S PAINTING SUPPLIES HARLEY'S GULF SERVICE HENRY COUNTY SIGNAL HOEFFEL'S INSURANCE HONECK DELUXE CLEANERS HOWE'S HOME OIL HOY'S SHOE 81 CLOTHING STORE JIM SPEISER ELECTRIC SERVICE MEL LANZER. CONTRACTOR MITCHELL'S FLOWERS NAPOLEON CREAMERY NAPOLEON DAILY NEWS- MIMEOGRAPHING 81 LETTER SHOP NAPOLEON EGG AUCTION NAPOLEON HARDWARE NAPOLEON LUMBER CO. NORTH WEST NEWS OHIO GAS COMPANY RAMUS CO. REICHERT'S SCHULTZ FURNITURE 81 AP. SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. 7-UP AND DODGER SNYDER'S CHEVROLET SPENGLER'S GROCERY STORE STERLING CASH 81 CARRY TONY'S BAKERY TASTEE FREEZE PAUL'S BOWL-A-WAY WARD'S STUDIO IL. R. PRENTISSI WATSON-LASH HARDWARE WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE WINZELER'S FOOD MARKET Anfhony Wayne Drive-In Carl F. Rausch and Sons Charles Co. Cobb's Painf Sfore Cochran's Eleclric ChucIc's Sohio Service Conrads Shoe Sfore Corner Coffee Shop Curdes Balcery DicIc's Pasfries Dielman Coal and Builders Supply Elife Plafing Co. F. J. Shaff's Drug Sfore Frufh Dairy Producfs and Locker Service Funlrhouser Mofor Co. Gambles SOCIAL PATRONS . J. H. GLICK . P. D. COOPER . WINZELER . AND MRS. MYRON WALKER DR DR DR. R. L. GILSON DR MR The Gilberf 8: Herr Walgreen Drugs Goffschallc Shoe Sfore Harper's Supply, Inc. HusI'on's Laundry Knipp's Clofhing Sfore Kroger Super Marlcef Larry's Resfauranf Merle Franz, Inc. Meyerholfz Sfore Murray 8: Shafer Supermarlrel' Napoleon Briclc 8: Tile Pal-Mar-l'I'a Farms Sfore Rausch Lumber Co., Inc. Ron's Sinclair Service Save-Mor Super Markel' Service Sfafion Supply Co. ShoemaIxer's Depf. Sfore Sfafe Theafre Trail Drive-In Varsiiy Shop Von Deylen Heafing Wayne's Aufo Service Wendf's Shop WendI"s Shoe Sfore Wesfhoven-Suydam Real Esfafe Z. 81 R. Cleaners SOCIAL PATRONS Dr. Charles Thompson Drs. James Moden, Sr. and Jr. Dr. J. J. Harrison ' Dr. Kennefh E. Dye Dr. K. Ellsworfh Dye Dr. Roberl' Herman Dr. R. W. Overmier Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Rausch Buckeye Patrons We wish fo express our sincere fhanlcs fo fhe Henry Counfy Signal and fhe Norfh Wesf News who made if possible for some of fhe picfures used in fhis annual. CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS TAYLOR' ILUPLISILIINS'-i 'COMPANY ' -f 1 "gn j-.Q I w I' i 4 Q ' 1 '- 3 ,O I o . , no , n . . .n H . . '. N. 4 H, . 1 I . 1 .,,.' . I - . o v . . . 0 . I 1 4 f - u ,, . ' A X. ., -v ' ,' -f. ,A ,-Jn., G -o V. u . 4 .,.-,, , . .sf u 1 0 a -. .'." x 1 I L-- ' 4 . .11, .Q ' '- , r.. I 'f-. , V, .. . , . N . ., . xt-V . A Q . . H , ,FIU-,,.H,. 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Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

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Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

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