Neptune High School - Yearbook (Neptune, OH)

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'T1:?7:?7-'QE"YI'157 70'-'GE aww H ' """"-1, , ,, ,r W s' 5 i I Q Z! ? no 5 ,,'i Z g 5, lf N .........--.. 'Y HUHHU U? HIUEHHUU Ward Piper Frederick Cain Russel Wurster 3 Ruel Harner Lee Roether John Townsend, Clerk e- ..,m g, Y a , I i I V .. e ', W - - .nh 1 , EHHER IU WHIP SEHUU ' J Y , .. A A, -x,'.5gLxh AQH-,'W, -0- . VC, ,. 44.-. .-, ,Q ,-V:-A, -, . Qi.:-J -.MQ x 4... , -.-YY .. . .. ,... ,..........-,.. ,.,3.....L... 4, 'I .N .3 ' i1g-i- ,v - S -.1 A. 4:.' D I K I sn"n'- YIVIWIWIW ' '- wmv' G DR. HARRY L. RHHMAXL Superintendent Findlay College Bachelor of Arts, 1936 Bowling Green University, 1936 west Liberty State Teachers College, Nest Virginia, 1937 Springfield College, Mass., l9L6 Lifhthouse Bible College, Illinois laster of arts, lQh7 Doctor of Literature, l948 lnjiana University Franklin Vinh School, Pa., l9Al-L5 Celina Kish School, l945-SC Hendon Hiqh ScLool, l9AC-L8 Center Township hizh School, 1948- Chemistry Znglish, German, Theology, , . . Physical Science, lhysical Ed. z?FVff3xrn:f6Wr, sFT,ewf,w,L,wwrzWAfZnfm - ELSIE E. BAIR ' Bowling Green University B. S. in Education, l9LO Findlay Collere Indiana University Business Education Center Township High School, l9L2- Business hducation, Lathematics, History, English, Earth Science HAZEL N. YEWEY Findlay College Bachelor of Arts, l9u5 Indiana University fs," Home Economics Center Township High School, l9L5- English, History, Social Science, Home Economics dfbm K in-L, 4'-' I . N J Q . K -Tw fu f 'f'1,7'fff'i """'i "" ' " A "H M" 'i"W'ff'TTiTIii'fTT"'T'Tflr'i'TT"" T ' 'I 1 L,,4.,...,....A.:.l...., x-.4.i.-,.,,l...-.,.. ....-....- FRED A. JACKSON Coach New York University Bachelor of Science, ln'er. Y.M.C.A. College .. e-ix., , .... 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' A :uf ' x V ,,f,,,wQ ff W , 1' q'+i' J 1 1 ' lk, ,L y P Q if Q SD? ,Q 'i W ' ,W 1 5 fZKw" fg K 1. 1- .,.. ., . ,.. -v..v.v.-V. . . ,..-..,...-.s.,.,.-...--,...-LY ..: , .. ' "fri L.4.,.m..4..A...4" " " 'A 5-L:-A AAA- B-3 - A ,-DAAJA' LA A A J A - A....a4...fA A- nfwffr T u ' was LOIS BAER 4i"S President 1, 3, A "' Librarian 2 Chorus A ' TRIDENT Staff A Scenter Staff A NHere Comes the Princen 3 NHere Comes Charlien A HA1ibi Ei11n 2 if DOROTHY BAIR Vice-president 3, A TQIDENT Staff A Jcenter Editor-in-chief A Scenter Staff 3 HHere Comes the Princen 3 nHere Comes Charlien A Class Reporter 2 fxinning Schemersn 1 Home Economics Treasurer 1 Girls' State Alternate 3 Chorus A ,I ,- A 5 rw DCRTHY NURSTER Secretary-Treasurer 3, A Librarian 1 C1ass Reporter 1, A TRIDENT Staff A 1 Jcenter Staff A Chorus A Zirls' dextette 2, 3 Hnlibi Billn 2 nHere Comes the Frincen 3 f UHere Comes Charlieu A ' X. .As , 1 Qi? T "-vrv'-f"'v""T"""?X"t 'f"t'f", ' r , - "I : 1 - ,u ' . ' F KF' T-fff"f" "Tai ' .hhd-A.A..v..A..AMs-bk ' Ln-.Lu..hL..an..,L1,A - 4.5.1-.LAM --4..A4-.AaiA.LlA4.nLA-2-i-4.4.93-A-Q.. ELDEN HOUTS Valecicnorian b TRILEXT Editor-in-chief A U Scenter Staff 3, L f e Tresident 2 ,'f , Jecretary-Treasurer 1 ' Hhonny and Daffyn 2 " UHere Comes the Princeu 3 nThe Darling Bratsn 3 "Here comes Charlie" L, 'V' Chorus A WANETA NICHAELS Treasurer 1 Librarian 2, A Cheerleader 2, 3, L TRILZHT Staff A Scenter Staff A Chorus L HHere Comes the Princen 3 WHere Comes Charlieu u TED BALLINGER r4"l Salutorian L, 7. Qif Vice-president 1,2 Class Reporter 3 Jcenter Staff A TRIDENT Staff L+ 'WY' Hnlibi Billn 2 WKere Comes the Princen 3 WHere Comes Charlien b Chorus L Basketball 1, 2, 3, A ' ' '- ' fo A' I.: 4.5a.f.1.A.f.:. '.'5..Q'1QQfiQ-24.4--lf-ffl '7ff,'f' 1, ' Q'.'f'Q.',:,.'.- T.-T llf.'L:'. f , I J ' Q ' 5.4, 1.,,5,4.,.......g......... ...-..... -. .... Q., -4 ..., .-- ..-- - -.. .. -.-.- -. . ---- A DEAN LEWIS Clnorus L bccretary 2 'alibi Billn 2 Hfwre Jones the Princen 3 'Here Comes Charlien L TRIDBNT Staff L Scentar 3Ln-f A JACK SWEIGART Chorus A "Here Comes 'che Prince" 3 0 Wootty and baffyn 3 ---n WHere Cores Charlien A ' Scenter Staff A TRIDENT Sta? Basketball l ll J 3: Of all the work thaz is done or that can be some for our country, the greatest is that of eaucabinr Lhe bony, the mind, and above all the character, riving spiritwal and moral training no those who in a few years are tkgrsulvos to decide the desninies of the nation. ---L5eogwre moosvvvlt 1 1-gy-v, Y--.-jW..pvTe.H,V q-v---Q.,-jim,-f ' ' ' ' .K , ., . A , , , , ,ggghii-L 1 AVL- A..l.J... - +..s.AAw---K-ua - LA.4sJ-Lf- .nL.'....-.QA-..u..s.n.n.-A-.ls-sa...a.4 ......L.k..4,....g.4..a..xu....4.L.....-.1-.l -.,.44u....,s,,s..-3-Q ,.1 .A ..,1,. ,, ..A,..a..al,s. 1. SENIOR HIQWRH In September, l9h5, five girls and four boys began their freshman year at Neptune High School. We entered with the attitude that we had just begun and were going on. During our freshman year one mem- ber, Ruth Goodwin, dropped out because of a change of residence. Herbert Harner also left us during the summer, leaving only seven of us to continue on, To direct our activities for the year, we chose Lois Baer to be our president, with Mrs. Stratton as our class adviser. The next fall our class began another year as sophomores: we numbered seven this year. This year we had a change of supervisors: Mr. Grice was ready and willing to help us solve any problems that would hinder us from going on. Elden Houts was chosen to tuide us during the year. Beginning the junior year, our number was in- creased to eight by Jack Sweigart who decided to re- turn to school after dropping out the year before. This balanced our class with four boys and four girls. This year was the beginning of larger activ- ities. We gave our class play entitled nHere Comes the Princev with Miss Yewey as director and adviser of our class. On May 17 we held a reception for our upper classmen, the Seniors, in Fort Wayne at the Hotel Indiana. Lois Baer was our president to lead us through the junior year. We all went on to the last year of high school. Our fourth year saw a small senior class take over at Neptune High. We are all still working faithfully for our goal. Many events occurred this year. We had our pictures taken at Van Wert, Ohio. We chose our Commencement speaker and decided on other smaller items that go along with the closing of our high school days. On March 25 we cave our class play entitled HHere Comes Charlien with Miss Yewey as director. We were very pleased to have Miss Yewey as our sponsor again after a successful year when we were juniors. Lois Baer was chosen to lead us through our senior year. Our greatest high- light of the year is our plan for a class trip to Niagara by boat when school is out. At the close of the year we look back realizing that we have just begun and are going on for we will be on our own from now on. -1-1-,-.,w.-.., ,.,. -, ,lx .-..... ,..v ..,..-f,.,,-Y V,-.-.-.,.....,- -.,.,.w--fff..e---f-..-1-.....,..-,-T..-.ff --J N-v-,ef--.-..,., --.-1 l I li, H E5 f. it G T l If, ga, L. T L r . fi A. I Y, L E 5 E F ig? k. E ? va gn, ft' 14 5 x H .Q ' J' 1 r'v'r-1"1v- 'ay K A a U E12 E E il ii L uf Ti E E 5 E ,L T fy: i X f, fl rg. V t Il L, g. L E Q E 2 I ul, V- me H c c ' 7-r,.'a ' I I, V i. ..k,.-...x. .l-f.La.a.......-gn.: -...L4.w.f..l -J.- .,.a.-,.,L.A-fb-11.-.A.fn-.-ran.-J.-+.,-L- -- -.-J A, . .-L .- . ssl.. .- . 1 A- V. - . 5 Truly we do say that we are sorry to see the end of school come. All of our experiences through high school have been worth while. We can look for- ward to an even footing when we go on out into the world with the high school education and experiences that we acquired. USES MUPHECEI When I got out of high school, I went to col- lege to become a teacher. After I got my training and taught for several years, then and only then could I afford to subscribe to the Standard. It had been several years since I had heard much from my old classmates. I was a little 'sur- prised when I received my first Daily Standard, for the new editor was 'Elden Houts. I really shouldn't have been surprised, because I had heard'he went to Capitol University to take up journalism. The following editions were just as interesting because I read of many of my classmates and teach- ers. In the want ads one time I saw: nwanted--Dish washer. Apply at Lois Baer's Service Station, form- erly Carl Wright's Service Station." Picking up the paper one day, I was surprised and alarmed to see that they were building a new school building in Nep. It seems that there was an explosion during physics class that was rather hard on the old building. What really slayed me was that Dean Lewis, who had gone to college to take up en- gineering, was now heading the company that was building the new school. In that same issue I road of the Michael's sta- bles. I read further, and sure enough Waneta Mich- aels, another classmate, was running a riding club. I must get back to Nep and take a ride, Quite some time later I read of the opening of a Junior Carnegie Hall right in the middle of good old Nep. I was greatly pleased when I saw that the opening night featured Mqdame Dorthea Wurstaro--of course that had to be Dorthy Wurster, another class- mate.' She had really made good use of her fine voice. . ,l ..i.. ,.x-,-..A....-s.4..., - L. . ..- , . ..-e 9 4e,:.s,-, ,.,... , . .4 . .. --.U .- . - up , ,, The society column of one of the papers was of great interest. The heading was: mSweigarts' Cele- brate Anniversary.N As I read further, I found that Jack and Ellen had had a big party given in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. After reading all this, I get to thinking, I had read of all my old classmates but one. Ted Ballinger was missing from the list. But one day I saw an interesting article titled, nMillionaire Playboy From Texas Weds.n It seems that Ted had done quite well in the oil fields, and had finally found himself a girl. Much to my dismay, the arti- cle didn't give the girl's name. That was one slip- up on the part of the editor. A few days later an article got me to thinking about my former teachers. The article was: nDr, Rahmann and his high-school chorus win fame.n They had put on a performance in Junior Carnegie Hall, and the crowd went wild. It was really something to hear, as it had been from the start, On the sports page I saw: nNeptune Dirty Soxs Race to Victory.n That stunned meg but when I saw that Mr. Jackson was still their coach, I could easily see that it was just natural that Nep should beat Mendon Sh-1 in a baseball game. The prize of the papers was the one that told of a candy-kitchen being established just outside of Nep. Miss Bair and Miss Yewey had retired from teaching, but just weren't content to sit, so they started a candy making business. I hope they send me some of it. I only received the Standard for a week after that. My subscription ran out, and my salary didn't permit me to re-subscribe. Oh, well, I didn't care too much, I at least knew where my old classmates and teachers were and what they were doing. ---Dorothy E. Bair WA, fig- 5, ' 'v fs E x Qi QEE3 Q51 ' f ,, -QQT.--1.v-,.-..,.,..,..,.q---.-- -..-..-. . . V. -, ..,., ,,. - -'H'-N-" . ,:'?:"W"l,"""v . W". 'T?'N'T'35-'T?F'Z'V'7y"Q' F '15 'ff 1r:Qv"ff'f'.'?, TFP 'T'.'2'Gf"'.w'i1 lFFT771i375"f 15' I-"Vw " 1' 444.sa.sA44aaA.ul4u.u.u.i.u...i,l.l..Hu..n.Ln.l.l.aae.n,u.li.iJ.lr.Lw.t....1....4..A, 1... .a..'...,4,.'- CLHSE LUHL Upon behalf of my client, the class of 19h9, of Neptune High School, I have called you together upon this solemn and serious occasion, to listen to her last will and testament, and to receive from her dy- ing hand the few gifts she has to bestow in her last moments. We, the class of l9h9, being about to pass out of the sphere of education, in full possession of a cram ed mind, and well-trained memory, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, FIRST: To the faculty, we wish to express our ap- preciation for the training you have given us during our last four years of school, and we also will our class picture to hang in the study hall. SECOND: To the Junior Class, we will our ability to publish the Scenter on time and our position as sen- iors. THIRD: To the Sophomore Class, we will our ability to avoid the paddle. FOURTH: To the Freshman Class, we will our ability to study. ' FIFTH: Lois Baer wills her ability to talk to Romilda Becher and her ability to know her history lesson to John Braun. SIXTH: Dorothy Bair wills her position as editor of the SCENTHR to Marjorie Stephenson and her ability to play the clarinet to Esther Harner, SEVENTH: Ted Ballinger wills his ability to play basketball to Donald Heppeard and his curly hair to Chester Stephenson, EIGHTH: Elden Houts wills his ability to type to Thelma Figley and his ability to play the oiano to Russell Poor. NINTH: Dean Lewis wills his height to Richard Grimm and his pitching ability to Jim Cunningham. TENTH: Waneta Michaels wills her position as cheer- leader to Bonnie Snavely, Kate Harris, and Dorothy Harner and her slender figure to Norma Matthews. ..,,...,,.,.,,,.,,,.,a,,,.,..,.,,.,, , ,vm ,--- ,..-V --1---....I ,, --.....- M- -- -, - -. -.-s --- ---V.. -- ---- f---.i ---- f--. r-V +f-f- - '-r' '- - --- -- ..,.4.....4-..s:..A..-...1-L.4.-,--.-.- -.-.. ..- ,.-- L., -. . .- gl 1L1....inL.s ,.y..l-. ELEVENTH: Jack Sweigart wills his size to Doyle Ballinger and his ability TWELFTH: Dorthy Wurster to study to Bob Wurster. wills her singing ability to John Sites and her blue eyes to Kate Harris. Sworn to and subscribed to this twenty-seventh day of May in the year of and forty-nine. our Lord, nineteen hundred WITNESSESS: SIGNED: QM f ck, - ILM, .fkigfg jvfr Jhwigi ,.sd 6MyVW?H2LZ2Ui4S.. T f.qfQ'E0J'w"'?f,. or S RQ L .S ZQZQQL dggzghtm S Ldwmdw zAL4auav ' ' Sr X ' viii J J FEEulty ' " ' """'J' ' if u , KW .L ........ I - Q9 .. .., - .. 19 ,X fi J Zfwvrfvwffiyw.. ........ TQ g"xK Q E AXE-'SE'-Q . ELJM3-'-LljEJ9fy'?'all -J.. -W Q Seniors HJUST BEGUN Just begun - going on, This we claim as our song, Not to loiter in life's way, Working harder every day, Just begun - going on, Life's challenge now we dong Courage, too, we must greet, Helping us to be sweet. Written to the memory of the High School, May S, l9h9, by - --Q F ,. --,wer-.,-:rw-W--,i.w,V,.---, - GOING ONH Just begun - going on, Sunrise ever follows dawn, ' Victors, we shall surely be, Peace in eternity. Just begun - going on, 'Tis worthy of every song, School day dreams cannot last For Heavenis hope now we cast Senior Class of Center Township their superintendent, Dr. Harry L. Rahmann -'--' - -"ff 'uf' fw .ff -cruz '--,?wexfer:2:, '--1rfw?'?"':-si-:"', -new-,wsu . .. HEEHLHNIRHIIE 1 May 22, l9h9 8:00 P. M. Prelude Processional . . nHoly, Holy, Holyn . .Thelma Figley Invocation . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rev. Hazel Yewey HAwakening Chorusn . . . . . . . .High School Chorus Scripture. . . . . . . . . . .Rev. W. H. Pummell Solo . . . . . . .nTreesn. . . . . . .Dorthy Wurster Class Sermon . . .nTREESn. . . .Dr. Harry L. Rahmann nNow The Day Is Overn. . . . . . .High School Chorus Benediction. . . . . . . . . . .Rev. Orville Metzker Recessional. . . .,. . . . NLead On Oh King Eternaln EUIUIMHEWHIT May 29, l9h9 8:00 P. M. Prelude Processional . . . . . . . . . . Marjorie Stephenson nPomp and Circumstancen Invocation ............ Rev. S. F. Bauders Piano Solo . . . . ..... . ..... Elden Houts nChopin's Polonaise in A Majorn Salutatory ........ . ..... Ted Ballinger Nlt Is Welln ........... High School Chorus Valediotory .......... . . . . . Elden Houts Clarinet Solo ..... . . ....... Dorothy Bair Presentation of Eighth Grade Diplomas Presentation of Awards . Mr. C, W. Specht, Co, Supt. Class Address ....... . . . .Dr. Tennyson Guyer NRENDEZVOUS WITH TOMORROWU Presentation of Class. . . . . .Dr. Harry L. Rahmann Presentation of Diplomas . . . . .Mr. Russel Wurster Charge to Class. . . . . . . . .Dr. Harry L. Rahmann Benediction in Song. . . . . . . .High School Chorus nThe Lord's Prayern Class Motto JUST BEGUN--GOING ON Class Flower . . . . . . . . .American Beauty Rose Class Colors . . . . . Green and White Class Adviser. . . . . . . . .Miss Yewey -Q'-'wr-an-rg -was -.-V, .----rf-,- -.-... . . -. --... .. Y i.. - --.. .. .,.,. .., -. .., , ,,,., -., v-rv-u--1-1,. 4' -,g.,,..4.:.......,.c.,:-.,,, , , X g 4 broitts +iQ '-,- Q i' 2 1 S5 X U X iVQ"'x - " 335. 'ii X Ag' ?i's ., 1 ' 5 I .j :A I' ' . 1 .1 1- 'e 1 fl 1 , W 1 1 1 V 1 1 -- , 1 I X1 1 f ' I ' . b fl 4 11 f X3 11 f I V I I 11 I. I1 I 1 if 1 , Q! 11 11' 1 ,7 1 I I 1 6 . 1 1 . 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JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW Bonnie Snavely Dorothy Harner Marlene Frahm Katherine Harris Marjorie Stephenson Thelma Figley SECOND ROW Norma Matthews John Braun Bob Wurster John Sites Miss Bair CLASS OFFICERS President ------------------------- Dorothy Harner Vice-President --------------------- Marlene Frahm Secretary -------- ----------- Marjorie Stephenson Treasurer ----------------- ----- Katherine Harris Reporter---- ---------- -- ------- Marlene Frahm Adviser ---- - ---------- -------- Miss Bair qpve-Q.-u--74.-,..., V,-,D-.W s- -,-. v,-.-F.. ----.-...N--, '- '- ---' ' - -Mf- '- My - .HHHUH HISTURH In September, l9M6, thirteen green freshmen entered the intellectual world of high school. To seniors gave us and an initiation president and Mr, give us a good beginning, the green hats and signs to wear party. Marlene Frahm was our Grice, our adviser, Before our first year was com- pleted, we lost a member of our class, Marilyn Meihls, who moved to Mendon, This left twelve of us to continue on in the educational world. We entered the halls again in September, l9M7, to find only ten in our sophomore class. Bob Grice had moved and Hubert Allen left the halls of Neptune High School, Dorothy Harner was our leader with Miss Bair as our adviser, At the end of the year we felt we had achieved a good beginning toward a more successful life. We entered the fall of l9h8 with ten members. This was an important year for us, because of the extra activities of junior life, We chose Dorothy Harner as our leader, and Miss Bair was our adviser, We presented our class play, "Mr, Beane From Lima," on November 12. It was a delight to entertain the seniors with a reception at Hotel Argonne in Lima. This banquet was held in the Crystal Room on May l3. 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SOPHOMORE CEASS FIRST ROW Cora Vantilburg Jim Cunningham Guy Schmidt Emris Ballinger Esther Harner Delores Rhyne SECOND ROW Jim Hayes Ray Flore David Roether William Roether Eeonard Baer Miss Yewey CLASS OFFICERS President --------------------------- Doris Ballinger Vice-President -------- ------ - --------- -Guy Schmidt Secretary-Treasurer ---------- --------- Esther Harner Reporter --------------------------- --Delores Rhyne Class Adviser -------- ----- ------------ Miss Yewey fvvwin.---71 fl- -.Y-,--W ry-P.-..-Y--V 1-fr --1-W --v Y J, 4'-', - -- . , r -Y -' ,.......,.:.JLd.ZJl.,.:....L....J..:..-.,L.,1:,h.,, .,'l,.,, ,, , - 4 - s - V 4 4 Fi 01 11 f E 'E Q' 1, vi P: E P .,., 'J U , ,ffl HWKWWH ff" L R if ss 4 71-1'1-x 1-H'-v" 1"T'lT' A 5 r b ,..yL .T-7.7-qv nf.-yvi 1 77" vrvfrfv ""Y'T""frff'f" ,a . I a , + , , N 4 -. I ' I" ' - b I I 5 Y h s Ax ' l ' . ,1 gl ' 4 ' L H 'R I 1, 1 I R .lr 4 -A I . 5. A1 H ,Iv ' Q ll xl' t J' f ,l ' 4 ta 6 f I . 1 I l ' 1 1 Y K -r . I Q If 1 ' , M 1' ' '- I ' Q Q! Q' Q S l V 1 . 'Q Q I, Vi: 5 SUPGIUWUHE HISIUHH On September 7, l9Lg.8, thirteen green fresh- men entered the Center Township High School. We truly felt we had just begun, but we intended to go on. The seniors started the year out for us by giving an initiation party. In our freshman year we chose for president, Russell Poor, vice-president, David Roetherg sece rotary and treasurer, Leonard Baerg reporter, Doris Ballinger, and Miss Yewey was our class ad- viser. In our sophomore year we began with the same thirteen pupils, but this time we weren't so green. We had to :o on with only twelve, for at the middle of the year Mary Evelyn Howell moved to Buckland To direct us during our sophomore year, chose Doris Ballinger a prosld nt, Guy Schmidt as vic president, Usther Harner as s crctary and treasurer and Delor s Rhyne as report r Miss Yew y was our adviser this J ar also We feel we h ve made 1 successful beginning and will strive to k p poing on The class nominated Russell Poor for Rina and Doris Ballinger for queen at the Spring Carnival These two competed avainst the nominees of the other classes for king and queen ,N Q ,W U K 4 0 a - 4 we O I S I eh . Q C' . ...a l ' C o. fm x I: Q -. B A G ' ' , G . ' ' vre cn J . Un ' Q ' x J ee , ' . Y - O l 'Q' . - ' 0 . v L Dc ' C3 ' , A - 0 Q, 6 fi X I 1 A 4 - F1 cj I gf, - X 0 A L I N xx' K A. 3 A nz. 'Q x X h '7 tx Xxvjx X Q Xl x W . H' I -qw! W Hin., V, ,ilihlm ,..... ,,.....,. ...T-V - 5- -- . .Y. J ---N-w-V Y rw- +1-T-ir-i-Yffritvl'-i"f--A-I-"' "3 :.4--.-.n4,:.L,hL..L...-.V . 1-f-M . 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V- . , ' 5.4" A .gf-'.1..L..L....f.-.4 ...- - . 4.1.-.,.... -- . ...---41.24, W, , Y V v FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW Marilyn Matthews Ellen Flsher Rlchard Grimm Doyle Ballinger Ted Yewey SECOND ROW Chester Stephenson Janet Trlsel Romllda Becher Donald Harris Donald Heppeard Miss Balr CLASS OFFICERS P sident Richard Grimm re Vice President Chester Stephenson Ellen Fisher Reporter Class Adviser Miss Bair 3 'I ' .QV i -f I Secretary-Treasurer -------- ---------- --------------------------------Ted Yewey I In I O 'hi I' 1 I " I I ' :I I N FII U' ' 4 I ' Y ' !"l .ly 4 A II I I f III I ' I' I I4 III I .-1 , , 'I f ' ' ' K I 'I . II X fl IA I I , -I -I I IIXI I I I I I II I II I I I I'- I II Is ,I .II 4 I 6 , C I I , ! , I , ' ' I I ' ' I .II III -fIi III! It II I I' ' 'III' I -' . III I 'I'..'IIIII.-I' I-.4 PHESHQUHH HISWHH It was on September 3, l9h.8, that ten green freshmen entered Neptune High School to go on to- ward great success. At the beginning of the year the seniors gave us little green ribbons and a peppermint stick to carry around all day. They put lipstick on the boys, and that night they gave us a party. ve chose Richard Grlmm, presldent, Chester Stephenson, vice pr sident Fllen lsher, seore tary and treasurer, Teddy Yew y, class reporter, and Miss Balr, advlser fe were hopins to g through hlch school to ether, all t n of us, but we lost two of our classmates, Janet Trlsel and Ellen Flsher We are proud of havina most of the boys in our class nlaylng basketball Our class also has two boys playing baseball Although we have Just besun, w hope to o on toward success 1n the next thr e years. fNfCf'n f fd dft w K was tr o l . A - nn 3 -I F . '5 no O G Q. C I U C V 4 Nj O ff 'Q s G ' I . I 0 U - 4 C , , 5 ., 3 C 0 A NJ fss nQXk...! ' x X ! . V I . ! 4 f I f' ' A W "I , 7 'J 0 I x O " I ' ..j.:. 5327 ' ff i'.1:f:.i: N - Q 4 ' - 2' -9 2 "1'1"'. --":':- '11 fa ers f f :x is :'. 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I : ,I'a M, -s'f.'- 'rv'1"!'f .L E ,I I fffl' il xy ,2'Xxk'.l,1Xs1 'T k I !1'i": fiwffxjh Ui L 2 UV fznfi HH T n 4 , -v- .. -....., -.--...-..-..--...N :ev ge ,:"'f':f.., -, ,. .lam 4 - -----'--- '-- ,, V 1 . y wr "-V ,'1",""U"T' . .1 1 .- ., . .. , . ,, ., ,, , , ,' , X, . , , - ,I ' - ' -- ' s+--u-.L1-L4f.L.a..LALe4.s.n- - LH- ..A.uA.agAJ..'f--u4.L.e..a4.4....-... -.Anim EHSHHHHH SHUHU TED BALLINGER Guard, a good, steady, reliable play- er, always good for extra points when needed, al- ways in position when a safety man was necessary. A smart, dependable guard, who will be missed by both the team and the coach next year. JOHN SITES Guard, his speed and ability to hit the basket has helped to add to Nep's score. He is very good at dribbling the ball and is good at faking his opponent. John is a junior so watch for him next year. QQQ'WURST3R Center, a tall, active player. His height enabled him to get rebounds and put in many badly needed points. He is an accurate shot and a good defensive player. Bob is a junior so he will be in there fighting next year. JOHN BRAUN Forward, a fast and good offensive play- er. He is a good shot and always on the alert. Watch for John next year because he is a junior this year. He is always in there fighting. LEONARD BAER Guard, a fast, aggressive player and an excellent shot. He is very good at faking his opponent for a shot at the basket. He is a sophomore and will make many badly needed points for the re- maining two years. RUSSELL POOR Forward, his rebounding ability along with his accurate shooting gave Nep many badly need- ed points. He is a fast offensive player. Huss is a sophomore so watch for him the next two years. DAVID ROETHER Forward, his height enables him to be a strong offensive player on both the varsity and reserve squads. Dave put in many badly needed points for the reserves. Watch for him next year as he is only a sophomore. WILLIAM ROETHER Center, a capable center and a good jumper. He was always in there fighting and has the ability to pass the ball around. Keep an eye out for nBudH on the future teams from Hep. JIM HAYES Guard, an active player of the varsity and reserves. He is small, fast, and a hard man to guard. Jim is a sophomore so he will be in there fighting for two more years. a-p,-q..,7,?n,,-Q-,-,-rv-.-ff,-.-,,,-, -g ,, .V ,. -.-..,-, ,.,, in . ,..l., ,.. -v --.. .Y....- Q. ..-.,-v-,,., a., -. . ...T .---..,...,., H, .- .x , , 'f 2' wwf 'QM' ' Vis ,J It' 1 HM? w ' ff" ,, , " rf g 4 , 'Im' Y , ll ,' , , -' ,1 , 1' 0: ,I . 3 I X' l V 1 QHM . ' W ' r . n I - I . 1 , s W X W V 1 I 'U 'iam' fff ,'xr I tv, l'lM Q l4i1 .v"i' v E r--'- ,Al . - 1 . . X'Y ., i 1 1 l I 5 .nr , 'I I-57 I 'I .6 .lj l1..i1 S I , X4 ' ""w'4 W' ., 1 A A s l Q ' I' I ' I 1' Q 1 1 , -b .L -' ' n, .,. 0 . 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Look for him in the coming years as RICHARD GRIMM Forward, an serves. He is a good shot He is a freshman. a dependable player. active player of the re- and an aggressive player. JIM CUNHINGHAM A good defensive player of the re- serve team. Jim didn't start playing until late in the season, but more practice will help improve him for future years. MANAGERS Bob Wolfe' and Harold Wolfe. They were very good managers. They were always willing to work and always on the job. We all appreciate their work. CHEERLEADERS Dorothy Harner, Kate Harris, Bonnie Snavely, and Waneta Michaels. They were always on the job and always ready with a cheer when Nep need- ed it most. This is Bonnie, Kate, and Waneta's third year and Dorothy's second. COACH Mr. Jackson was our coach this year. He was always ready to teach the boys new plays and show them their weak points. We appreciate very much the work he did in training the boys. He is looking for- ward to a better year next year. He taught us that sportsmanship means more than just winning games. SCORES OF GAMES Nep O Ne Op Cridersville E2 ig Buckland ii EE St. John O Mendon 9 O Wren 1 ill Ridge 23 l Alumni O 29 Sidney 27 14.2 Coldwater 35 22 I. C. H. S. kg E9 I. C. H. S. 30 O York Ft. Recovery 3,2 gi Rockford Cridersville 3 St. John Mendon 39 gh. C oldwat er 14.3 7 l St. Henry 39 3 v-1--vm..-!..qf,-n-Q--..-T'-v --- -A -- - -- -- - -"" " ,.,....., if lr if "I, ' I I 1 ' ,ba , . . :"I1 . . E I!l ! if R 4 1 ' . 1 , ' f I 0 , , ,. .- Q ' V ' lsia- 'Qfi :V. u f k U A fxi .' ? V I- il ,I is , S ' 5, 17 X n ' 1 W Q , I f we s xl Il U .11 4, Hx 1.x 14 F ig R ' .I Hr ,. L1 7 , ff X 7 of r V , Ag. I. I . L 5 3 I 1 l I f l S 1 1 Y 1 1. 1 f R I , . r ' , ' . ' , L W W " . r ,f.I' ... . -. ,-..-., -.. . -,f...,:f ff Y: Y ,, 71:1 "rr'v-77 M .f f- .gun--gain.-...-. -onus- 1 .69 U01 8 11. N iv JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FIRST ROW Robert Kaylor Larry Kruger Billy SECOND ROW Keith Beams Bob Wolfe Cain Harold Wolfe Donald Webb Marion Heindel Mr. Jackson, Coach . - , Mum- - M 'n -.... -........-...,... -... ,J W mu ,iw If I A I I I I I L '1 II I 1, al If I v I I I S I . F I I , O I 1 ' I s A I I' Ig! I 'Q I I I I 4 . ina A l1IK n ,X II4fWff""'III If 1,1 I' I , . I- . Il 'I - , ,, '- N., .4 ,' .'.a , : .V IW -,tl U' ,.., p,s,.... x .f V .A I ' J .IH 1. dt. ,. 'ov -1 I Im 4 IIC. iff It .IIN I 'II I, 'I but M9 N 4 I ' 'r' I - u A I N h t I f 'IIa I 1 I 1 i VE I I, A g - ' N W I H" ' ' I " I J! I It f I i I I IIIIVI' " 'Iwo I If , L I ' V Ir N" I I I 1 IL ILL' 3 ,I ' A I I V ', avjl I I I I . .I 7 A xv"l ,I IO K ' I . N: Zs wt, Q I-w if 5'14 ff M, 4 Iuka, 1II :I JUIII A I '. f' I . 'I. i'. . 'mm' : 'ff 'v 'W Wiwiwii' " W """'1""" "V"'7'E ..s-v..qg..q- -gun-ano-.. 9 I I wawewf .--.. . A ' ' - ...-.--1-...4-.-.--v--1. CHEERLEADERS Waneta Michaels Bonnie Snavely Katherine Harris Dorothy Harner A YELL Chic-a-lack! Chic-a Chow Chow Chow Boom-a-lack! Boom-a Bow Wow Wow Chic-a-lacki' Boom-a Who are we? Neptune High School, r ,-V7 ,,,,.,-f-aww --v--y--f-nr?-Y. ,eq-' efvh'-Pre vw -v lack! lack! lack! . Yessirree, QR W v A .. ,X . . ,QQ ,A !,,.,. oulhih--UqL4.w..,N.W. ful' Ji in V- V, , " ' ' Y I , --- 9 1 o l - vynv-1-1-7-f+r-v-g--11-w-yew-' 'F 0 4 jf 51' H N" 1 wxxix k N I ' L , K I I K mx .1-.:. I J u 1 11 U O , 4 HUP I P n ' I 4 1 4 -1 Ria nx dfw - ",vg'f'-,:+2i, X ' 'f n A f l -- is Q ,mia 455' -Xiu is 52155 IIIIIIIIIIII II I ' I' I I I I I,I . I' , I 'II I O III I C 'Il l , I III ' I III I II f, I :LII I I I. I I Il P I I , I I I I I I II I I I II' ' I 'I I I II Il I If, f I I II I II , II III 'II I I l I ,. II fl' Q P rl 5 II I I III I Z Iwi. ' I' , . .I I ll' I I I I I 3 I . I I', II , I . 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TRIDENT STAFF' FIRST ROW Dorothy Bair SECOND ROW Miss Bair Waneta Michaels Elden HOuts Lois Baer Dorthy Wurster Editor-in-chief ----- Photography Manager- Advertising Manager- Sports Editor ------- Artist -------------- Chronologist -------- Subscription Manager Assembly Manager ---- Faculty Adviser ----- V -'--H74 Jack Sweigart Dean Lewis Ted Ballinger -----------------Elden Houts -------- ----Dorthy Wurster ------------------Dean Lewis ---------------Ted Ballinger ------- --------Dorothy Bair -------------------Lois Baer -------------Waneta Michaels ---------------Jack Sweigart -------------------Miss Bair -L. ,A--,,LL4.A..L....g..L.4...L.uLAM..4...1 A-4..+-- 'Axug-eff-L - .aY.Ll-.h4,,5,,L. X Y! ,W ,,.,,.r,r,,,,TT.,-,, -..W ..,,.-.........-7-., .-.,.....,-.,.-.,-..,-,-,7.T..Tqv -s.-.,.-,-.-VN,--,-f.-.---v.v ,--,.-,-V-.,-sq' - - .- .,-ff ..,.--,- -. .---,.,,.. ,...,. .. ... 1 . ' I I .I I I' I I I I '- ,I ' I ' I . I I - I , , I :IZNYII I. I I I I, II ff I 1I7 li I J. 1 .I FI, II II II Q.. I I 1 li!! ,II I I .'4 .Ir wI.I. If I Z 1 I I I I ' ' I I T i , I 1 I , I : I 55 E Q . x .X 5 4, slVfNfN'fW B019 , , , , , ,, . f . . . fx. , -.x I W X - .Au 4,5 ,, ' .4 . ..l.........g....' ..l.-..l,l.l.....L--n.f-- L.....L1...u.' .u.a...4l..--a-- -nl-f-4:.4.h.4...-A ---.t..--l--:...,. Lula., .. ..4...L..-.l,ML...,.,w.A..l-.nA.4..u..4..af 1'n4..L .1 Insnum wow It was the Class of 1933 that had the origi- nal idea of publishing a school annual. As a name for the book, they chose the TRIDENT. This name comes from a Roman myth in which the god of the sea, Neptune, was always shown with a symbol called a trident in his hand The class ran into dlfficulties and were unable to complete the annu- l It was the Class of l93h that really pub lished the flrst TRIDENT It has been the ambi tion of each class s1nce that time to publish the annual The Class of' 1938 were prevented from fulfilling their ambltion The Class of '39, how ever, did get to publish an annual The TRIDENT was published by the Class of MO, but in 19 l the war made it lmpossible to get the necessary ma terials, so the annual was not publlshed again un til ln 19 6 The Classes of ' 7 and ' 8 kept p the good work and we, the Class of ' 9, are trying to live up to the standard set by our forerunners We would llke to thank all that have helped us, elther directly or indlrectly We hope that everyone that reads it w1l1 engoy the collection of thoughts and memories that we but into print, but we fe l that it will be the seniors that will get thelmost engoyment from it, for it wlll be a part of our school Joys that we can take with us, .FTMHAAQRSUDOQ khan--J' vyw-y'f-1'-,rj-rvrvw r ll Q xl n 8. . -' . . . - 2 D ' . - . ' ' '+ 1 ' LL. 1+ u ' u' LL . Q o . . 0 4 A 4, 5 T 9 I M m .:-" '-sd' :g?lQ:::"-.. Eg ., ..... 3 E S Q :f 5 ' I L3 Egggl , . , , h , ., ,pM,,p,,,JLyLgp,.,pp4,gp,,J,,,l,,, ,r:1z.slall-4,Q,sc,ail l A Y ,Q 31 Z I! 5 4 'C x 1 5 Q ,A N1 f Q 7 G I b K P G 5 K E E 9 5 we S ,Q f .-2 vf ll G , Q E7 H . 1 1 I c 1 Q N I Erwmfrtwwm 'N ' A 1 lwnvmvmuswawmvawivfwmvmwivmiii if if - AA " """ w flWlWlVf5? nw ' 'S Q ' Q ? f'1::rf1-nn. , A ..--1-1'-""""""' Q f 3 SCENTER STAFF 2 FIRST ROW Q Lois Baer - 5 Dorothy Bair Dorthy Wurster E W E SECOND ROW D f Miss Bair S Waneta Michaels A Jack Sweigart Q Marjorie Lou Stephenson W Ted Ballinger U John Braun Dean Lewis Elden Houts Editor---- -------------------------- Dorothy Bair A Assistant Editor --------- Marjorie Lou Stephenson 3 f Advertising Manager ----------- ------- Elden Houts Q g Assistant Adv. Manager ---------------- John Braun 5 E Artists --------- - ---- - ------------- ----Lois Baer f E ----------------- ---- - ---- Waneta Michaels j Jokes ------------------------------ Jack Sweigart Q Sports ----------------------------- Ted Ballinger Qi Q Class News ---- ----------------------- 4Dean Lewis 1 i Circulation ----------------------- Dorthy Wurster 1 E Faculty Adviser ------------------------ Miss Bair E ,Q Q li W H f W 'A nys A L 'f'Y"'P"v' rw-v rvrww--v ,aff--v-ff---f-5 r-y--ww v - -- --,ww-V 'wen -av-vw-w Y -, 1 V M ryvrvy- , - ! fl- f-'-'f --,1xl4,'.x-:.:--so Q--.-. ,., ,A mg..-.x '. -, 1, .Alu Q -. 4 , .-. -,c ,,- ., , f4-'....2.. ' ' '- ' ' - - 4 jx I 0 H . I x 2 'HI 0 1 4 A O 4 NIU 4 1 4 1 W n k A'iViiiE5mVaYfAWSi'Nlax-flvhYf655T-KXWR i If 7 ' WIN! ' 13' : -1 'f""'f 'r, 'rr .' -'H 'YT"U""""'T7"'T .'S"'-,..""",' .,"' C " ff 0 7 ' -- ' 4 Pill FIRST ROW SECOND ROW ABSRNT PIANIST DIRECTOR ,.....--q-- ---Q-.. .... ' ..1.-u,..-.4m--f-........- IJH SCHOOE CHORUS Thelma F1gley, Bonnie Snavely, Janet Trisel, Ellen Fisher, Marilyn Matthews, Marlene Frahm, Delores Rhyne, Romilda Becher, Norma Matthews, Dorthy Wurster, Michaels, Dorothy 'Bair, Cora Vantllburg, Esther Harner, Katherine Harris, Dor1s Ballinger, Lois Baer, Dorothy Harner Waneta Doyle Balllnger, Rlchard Grimm, Donald Heppeard, Jim Cunningham, John Sites, John Braun, Ted Ballinger, Elden Houts, Dean Lewis, Bob Wurster, Jack Sweigart, Dave Roether, Ray Flore, Ted Yewey, Jim Hayes, Don Harrls, Guy Schmidt, Chester Stephenson, Russel Poor Margorie Lou Stephenson Dr Harry L Rahmann 1 1 1 C 'G 1 ,Vi E 11' ' - ,, ,J 'V 5 A - , 'G Q6 ii 0 'J 0:31 fc la E 1 I Q - M - , f S C s A 1--. 0 1 .n , . Q -J ....---- Q S 0 I: --nun- Q . 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X Waneta Michaels Dorthy Wurster Doris Ballinger SECOND ROW Ted Ballinger Elden Houts Dean Lewis Jack Sweigart HERE COMES CHARLIE Nora Malone -------- 4-- -------- -- Officer Tim McGri11 -------------- Mrs. Fanny Farnham -------------- Larry Elliott --------- - --------- Ted Hartley ----------------- ---- Vivian Smythe-Kersey ------------ Uncle Aleck Twiggs -------------- Charlie Hopps ------------------- Mrs. Caroline Smythe-Kersey ----- Mortimer Smythe-Kersey ---------- Director ------------- -----. ---- - .1 r. M J.-,131 M : A-g'3eLx.if4-f...,.'.:- .. 9- Jim Hayes Doris Ballinger ---Russell Poor -Dorthy Wurster ----Elden Houts --Ted Ballinger ---Dorothy Bair -----Dean Lewis ------Lois Baer Waneta Michaels ------Jim Hayes -----Miss Yewey x-,LLM ,. .ua 1 .. iui ,X I ' 1 2 L-n ....-,,.-...,,. .-... , .. .ucv -n vg- ay- if f"T7ni7Tf3"'?"l '2y"Fsf'?-W' V? 7 'ff' G WI JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW Thelma Figley Katherine Harris PLAY CAST Marlene Frahm -Norma Jean Matthews Bonnie Jean Snavely SECOND ROW John Braun Bob Wurster Marjorie Lou Stephenson Dorothy Harner John Sites - Chest MR. BEANE Inertia Yadkin ----------- Blossom Queasy ---------- Mrs. Joslyn St. Clair ---- Amy St. Clair- ----------- Zoe Dudley --------------- Johnny Rand -------------- Elviry Skaggs ------------ Hiram Skaggs ------------- Mrs. Worthington Belcher- Burley Bixford Beane ----- Bob Dudley --------------- Director ----------------- 1---v-nur:-P,-?.--1.. s - f ---- -.- er Stephenson Director, Miss Bair -FROM LIMA ----Norma Jean Matthews --Thelma Lee Figley ------Marlene Frahm ---Katherine Harris -----Dorothy Harner -Chester Stephenson Bonnie Jean Snavely --------Bob Wurster Marjorie Stephenson ---------John Braun ---------John sites -- ---- Miss Bair ' i A. xl . . v'- mal 'IWW' if M, X , :E ,5':fP,1',.l 5158 'I 6 ro I X ' ' ' ' ' 4 ' -." 4'4 -.f x , ', I" i'5'k'1 ' ' ,M la 1gfDi4gl'a':-7 - ri 4 ni X K 1 ,I i '? 'HM "l"fT5'f'Hr lftlifl v 1 I I ' J 'U lx i . 81 X' XT hai fmygm N 1 U fp ul' 41 , t , 'x ,,f,g1 4 , , r I o ' 1 x Tusgflrlk A' V ,I ,,,x 'MQ' Y' i'a,lfs.g 4 x 1 L 'Y W" I :Rx Ui 'NU 1 ff 'MIX , v., 1 4- A' f' v.' U L l 'a 1 1' It fu J 'f! TA! lv if' 1 Q 7' X4 gg' IMF: Jitij "V 'g MW I 14 11 ,, HQ fy 0 1 WN- ' - vmwwrwfmmffuw xvwmwsvrav' :nv fir ' "vm ' " " ff' ' iii' mfv ' fa ' " 2' HOME ECONOMICS Esther Harner e ,O .g 'f' .X Q xl K! Q Miss Yowey I Janet Trlsel 3 Romilda Becher f Ellen Fisher E Merllyn Matthews 5 JY Doris Ballinger f 4 ef 5 I i 5 ,I 7: F J 11 '1 ,1 . fl if ie Emmuwwwmwmwum x 'A"1.:"A.A+..zuA:.'L-U-' - gg-:-e - ,LJJM nu-1.-e.ny.K::'.k..ve.4:.Q4LL.5L4'.-.A.1- . - . - V ,.-.a,'.:.. ..-J: 4.1..L:.ila , I 1 ' I ' . . if ' .I ii 1 ' "' 3 Abt K ' K dx. 5.3 L 4 K I I v I I x x 3 L I 5 I , u F . .kk ' 1 5 ' Q 1' 1 lx 1 4 'o l 5 X I 1 K F 15' 1 A ., y 1 1' J . u :il V 1' I f H' ,J .1 , if , x P U. 0 5232. ,w,' !-.. ff nhl M AM W 4 All 1 xy? Gm' E 1 - M- fm . Z I 5 5 I I lg 5 I s 1' . 5 gl ! 1 1 ENTIV' :mmf A f 'mu A fe " 'hVftNVlXlfflW llVf5NVi-YHPKYFVNMGWYY ' wif' ' ' iiwivfiiiwmu' V6S'IlVl!WlbillN'fIV 2 l 9 ..........-...-. --.....,.-Q-A 4 ,, .Q ' 1 3 ' 2 . . ,..,..,..... ! Q Q a LIBRARIANS . Esther Harner 2 Cora Vantilburg Delores Rhyme h Thelma Fiqley Waneta Michaels Marlene Frahm Bonnie Snavely Miss Yewey f ehifn xviviiiiiiificiiTfiifiiffffiifffftfiTiifTfTi7TiiiZTiWxFfq e-h. 1 . v' I D9 'N I 1 ! YU!! . 'J 5' X. . ,. .4 mips P 1, C , 4 5 , 2 , I - f 1 I 5 fu f W I .3 I I ,, N, ,1-Q '-q7-v v,"r.'- - ,-5"yTi"V"fTfG:fr"'3 " 'Z3"W'fRS ?"7'f'W'- ?'?1Tf l'f:6"'l'7"'P' ' 'vf'1""'f " "rat '.':'.'f"i7"W771 .il , li o I 7.7 f S 1 5 1 W ,fi -vi-nl--.... v- Q ..1.-uno-Q-n-1-.. "' 5 ,LA -w 4 -54 xi. 41 .......--.--...----..- 3 4 fe rf 'v 14 ' if FRONT ROW . 1 - r Myrna Baer j Betty Jean Rhyne 1 Dorothy Kaylor 3 -. Frank Poor 1 Bob Wolfe W Betty Slusser BACKfROW Esther Hecht 5 Virginia Didrick f Joan Michaels ' Don Webb, ,v it ,px ' W A Marion Heindel j Larry Kruger 3 1 1 E I 5 LL'-V-Q '-30' "- 'N A .g:':g.':gQ.4:4.s:gJ4,.:...Q:L.':--:'.. ' ..-.,'Jf.. .'-,. ,L'-'.,..f1.L'4'L.m..L.1.4L.Q..'.4.J.', ... 'f..'.'.A'--J----1' " F . I A x ' r 1 i 4 I 43 L fog, 4 EIGHTH GRADE 5, -Q J! Mr. Jackson, Adviser 3 r '1 I A I . 0 I I 1 s 1 ' r T In H 1 w l v '9 4 l I . s , I o I f l 4'Q U X f , n 1 K l l is n' Y ' 'I H-vin. It X , Ulf! N mx" A gli - Q 5 S S 5 P 'IE7 HT I irvr'-'1"'5"1'7'f ?'f'41"1'f' N - mwmgfmnwjgmg nx ' -' " , jg p'J'Tv'T1'9"-?ri'?i,'?g'5:?fF?'r'f ?'lQT:Q'4Q'ifvl31:fWyTv :W3'ya'--r-1 -r-W'-1 - - '4 X tx SEVENTH GRADE 5 FIRST Row E Helen Poor 5 Joanne Piper Q Rosemary Didrick Shirley Rhyne Delores Harner - Emily Taylor , Billy Cain Bobby Kaylor SECOND ROW Charles Wharton Wayne Fett Harold Wolfe Keith Beams Janis Hayes Etta Lou Crow Mr. Jackson E E. 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THIRD ROW Mrs. Sunderhaus, Dale Fisher, Eugene Crow, Ronald Freewalt, Delbert Plper Evelyn Helndel, Mary Jane Beams, Lester Flore, Bobby Webb ABSENT Stanley Roediger X! 1...Lz.A:x,...et J 2----I 3 ar W ,An , ,V.. -D--.h. .M.H . ', 4 J f I ' I D ' t ' ' - ' D I z ' . . 4 i . -' 1 .ft ' . 1 Q ' " ffl' A 1 , X - ' t 5 A . . , Q ,gl I D, , 4 f - 'a .-.--nu-1-nut--l-""-"1" , J 7? 'Z . 0 I ' an 1 1 . - - SECOND ROW--Charlene Wurster, Nelva Tangeman, Q A u 0 cs ' ' D .. ' ' f11"- fl Q S iff ..-- . iil - 3 If , ' SQ 0 ? ff ..f' un n an un an -Q 5 4 N 5 I ' ' Qu'-. 1, 10, J: lil4'A5A11,'C'.l.5g.L5:" '5 '-'fg..g4,L,-..:-.. K-' l 'L.dJ?.P..:' 5.2 ' H x .32 'JJ ' 4 "V ' "2-Cl-44-J' ' 'PJTL4 ' ' 'Ln if 4 i u J' 1 I fl! 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Dan Dibble, Marty Trisel, Billy Didb rick, Larry Heppeard, Janice Wolfe, Christine Temple, Renda Davis, Lois Roediger, Marjorie Wurster. I y 4 , , A x A., , .dan W- ,. H ,Ju Y-Y J,-3, Lan: M Us .L-LLB. -'.-Q. I-,H I A x , 5 I I J , . r 1 I s L ' 1 1 ' , P 1 f Y , ' 4 ,fl 'Y 1 o 1 1 A f ' an fs? Q S ' -- - - -- - - ,f'f5"'?Y??'S:i?'f7T'57'i'3:?Ti"1"'4"f'f"'7"i41"f7Z'i?F'! TYQ . 'rl' I --.........,. ! r Z 4 . T FIRST AND SECOND GRADES i FIRST ROW---Sharon Stuckey, Mary Ann McEvoy, Dean Yocum, Tommy Fett, Glenn Donovan, Donald Roediger, Jimmy Purdy, Larry Poor, John Kaylor. . SECOND ROW--Irene Schmidt, Rosemary Dickey, JoAnn Davis, Connie Cisco, Jean Doenges, Cuba Garrison, Judy Matthews, Freddie Conkel. THIRD ROW---Mrs. Cisco, Barbara Rhyne, Billy Heindel Ruth Ann Roediger, Karen Sweigart, Dorothy Wolfe, Mary Ann Trisel, Anna Lee Monroe, Anita Cisco, Joan Fisher, Betty Croq. 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Nine months left. 13--Juniors and freshmen elect class officers. Everybody happy, I hope. lh--Sophomores elected class officers. l --Seniors elected class officers. 2 --Seniors initiated freshmen. You know it could have been worse. 27--Juniors picked out their play, Mg. Beane From Lima. ll--First F.T.A. meeting. ll--State Inspector--My, how quiet the study hall and halls were. ll--Seniors decided to have graduation pic- tures taken at Van Wert. Think the camera can stand it? 15--First issue of SCEHTDR out. On time, too! 18--Vacation. Furnace not working. 20-Grade cards. They could have all been 70's Cor worsel. 21--Salesman for year-book visited seniors. 28.-Mr. and Mrs. Howard, emagician show. Did anythingsdieappear? 29--Vacation. Teachers' meeting in Dayton. 1"PoTnAo meeting. 12--Junior class play, Er. Beane From Lima. You did a swell job, kids. 15--Vacation. Hunting law came in. 16--Basketball game. Played Cridersville. Or did they play us? 19--Basketball game. Played St. John. We lost. 23--Mr. Monroe of Findlay College talked to the seniors. Zh--29--Thankscivinj Vacation--Don't forget we still have lessons to get. 26--SCENTER came out. Do tell! ' 29--Set date for commencement and selected Dr. Guyer for speaker. ' 30--Basketball game. Played Tren. We did it again. 24-Seniors picked out class colors and flow- er, 2--Juniors received class rings. Aren't we proud owners! 8--Basketball game. Played Alumni. We won! -Magician's show--Marquis. - Did you see those ghosts? I did. 7--Basketball game. Played Coldwater. We beat them, too, I mean last year. ,FN Y YV Tv ,W',,,, Y V, , ,.,., ,-,,- ,, ,eesfff-,.., , -7.1--. n r-v-Y.. v-ff H- rv'-1"w--' -Y --v 1 f' ., , , Q ., , . , , ,. , P f- -.- V , - . I P ' I , ,,.,,-41,2-Q. A Mi... X. -, A .. ,X .. , . .. . , , ,., .... , ,.-, H . . -,..-.-....,,,,.., .,,,-,,, .:.---,V...-e - -- --Y -- 1' 'L .......LL.. ' .. in ii:-,...'. JUN. . 1 'i 4 Q 4 H 1,1 5 i L3 E? 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What a game, boy, was that good! Of course we won! Jan. 17 -Vacation. Why? We beat Mendon. Jan. 18--Start of new semester. Study if you want 90's. Jan. 19 -Pictures for TRIDENT taken. That poor camera. Jan. 19 -Grade Cards. Are they better or worse? Jan. 25 -Game with Sidney. Jan. 28 -Game with I.C.H.S. Feb. l -Physics class visits old power plant in Celina. Are there any more plants around? Feb. 2 -Scholarship test at I.C.H.S. ' Feb. M -Game with Rockford. Good game. Feb. M -Junior class treasury robbed at basketball game. Excitement in Nep! Feb. 7 -Seniors picked play. Here Comes Charlie. Feb. 9 -Mr. Jackson and physics class finds leak in gas line with a match. Didn't know the senior girls and Miss Bair could actually move that fast. More excitement! Feb. ll--Seniors receive play parts. Feb. ll--12--Farmers' Institute. Oh, goody! Feb. ll--Game with St, John. What a game if we had only had a minute to go. Feb. lh -Seniors received play books. Hope you ' like the play. Feb. 15 -Drew Coldwater for tournament. It might have been Ft. Recovery, you know. Feb. 17--18--County Tournament. Feb. 18--SCENTER came out. Feb. 22'-Vacation. George's birthday. Feb. Zh-25--County Tournament. Mar. 1--Mrs. Miller of Celina library spoke to the high school. Mar. 2 -Seniors picked class motto. Mar. 7 -Seniors' name cards and Commencement an- I nouncements arrived. -...V-..,,..,.,1r.,! -V, ,-f-,ar-- , 1, .31 ,.. , ,, .,, ..,, ,,,. .. , V... --f-,,.----X wa--Q--. .1 .. 1 ,-.- - ,.. 1 5 u f f.' lu , Y '. A , l 1 l l i 5 X 'ka L31 4' I 21: .QIQYJ aff! i.'3'nqz18 P I Q' . I1 Q , mf" f"zf"m'w.7 f ll L B il' al 2 ff v x','.1'PM1 I i ,Jak I X HI 4 N ' C I y 4 If lx 1 P I 1 If o , 4 1 - P F X bf I 4 X' ' 1 nl -:Hf 1- ' j1f:"fI'F'gLf'-fl I 'n r , '1 L 1 x w 1 4 ' ' I " L4 '4 j'z,h:fff'ffff gn ,JI ,S lag! -Y -,Q Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar 0 Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May June I I - s .J- 5, -...,.....-....,..-. ... .-..4...-1--. .li eu. --...-..- gh..-4.f -- -Us : Y- V-J -7- - -V - . --- - A - ,. - 17--P.T.A. 10 -ll-No school. Too much snow. 12--lip.--lf!--Rooms painted upstairs. Boy, do they look nice! 25--Senior Class Play, Here Comes Charlie. The 28 29 30 1 masterpiece and what a piece! --X-Rays taken. -Seniors visited Findlay College. -Juniors put out March issue of SCENTER. Well done, kids. --Senior and junior play cast party at Dixie Roller Rink. I'm sure no one fell. 5--Nep played Coldwater in baseball and what 7 8 11 12 11+ 18 S2 26 6 13 22 29 6 1 a game. -Vacation--sewer plugged up. -Nep played Recovery. Lost by a small mar- sin. u5'00 --King and queen of high school classes chosen. Save your money for your couple. --Six weeks test. --Grade cards and school out at 3 o'clock for Easter vacation. Forget about the grade cards and have fun. --19--Easter Vacation. --Back to school from vacation. Ho-Hum. --Nep played Hendon. We lost. -Seniors received an invitation to the re- ception at Lima. They were nice. -Spring Carnival. -Junior and senior reception at Lima. Baccalaureate--Dr. Rahmann was the speak- er. -Commencement--Dr. Tennyson Guyer gave the address. Farewell, seniors. --Seniors leave for trip to Niagara Falls. Don't fall overboard. 1ifQ3x :ra 5 f ,ek , gghfgkii XE, , ' Qm . 1 W' X? AZ', NEg?g5a5g !X'Xf. 'Ei Xa' " fy ., 7,3 I fi' 2jQjZvJ ' , 'ffbfycf' C5 ' Llll Q, QQL ggi? l ff f:fZ?,g2aSgiiQgHfwgQ2Q ...--.,.?,-,..-,.----,- ---,v--------. -- - ---,:------- '-- - - 1 1 A A "- 4 ' 'K-.Q --: L-agvxu ,AM A 4.1.x-ras!-,.-.-.4.M .J-1... .-A4.L.'- . 1A -- .....i..,, - ,. ah.-. ...--..,, .-,.,,...u4...-J., . CLASS OF 1905' Ray Murlin Raymond Cain Laura Stansberry CLASS OF 1906 Ivan Davis Nellie Lutz Clayton Severns Walter Springer Clyde Thomas Merle Langel Walter Dick CLASS OF 1907 Esther Carroll Cecile Carroll Boyd Kiser Blanchard Stoner CLASS OF 1908 A. A. Piper Nellie Zimmerman HHHUHI Nelva Drury Dan McKirnan CLASS OF 19ll Oreal Piper Ruth Hale Helen Langel John Pierce William Carroll Ernest Kelley Donald Lewis Tom Pierce Jessie Piper CLASS OF 1912 Vermont Young Cecile Griffith William Stoner CLASS OF 1913 Guy Hall Fred Sealschott Ida Dine Salome Stansberry Doris Fisher Edith Fisher Frank Howick Pearl Bryant CLASS OF 1909 Minnie Kruger Grace Kelley Ellen Hazel Townsend Siler 'Mary Langel Bonnie Kiser May Fast CLASS OF 1910 Tom Severns Edna Kruger Francis Pierce McClellan Flowers Fred Lutz Ray Cantwell Ray Copeland Cecile Kiser Ada Moneysmith Ruth Shanklin Ethel Davis Ralph Hays Flossie Fast Cecile Severns Marquis Lewis CLASS OF l9lh Robert Stansberry Harry Kruger Ethel Carroll CLASS OF 1915 Ralph Schnarre Golda Carroll Marie Bowers Bernice Lewis Dee Young Gene Townsend Lena Fisher CLASS or 1916 Lawrence Kruger Merle Drury Ada Fisher Ruth Davis Vere Cottrel Murlia Sealschott 1917-First Grade School. No Class A ..1. 4. .4..ll-.fa.a.. ..... . - A- ...l U.a..s.L,, CLASS OF 1918 Anna Stoner Florence Stoner Arthur Fishbaugh Ella Carroll Ruth Davis Jessie Lewis CLASS OF 1919 Floyd Young Nellie Lewis Anna Hankins CLASS OF T920 Thelma Bowers Mary Townsend Erma Stoner Harold Lutz Vaughn Hall CLASS OF 1921 Opal Carroll Ferry Fast Bessie Lutz Albert Denny Opal Springer Wendel Elder Grace Townsend Lorence Thomas Doris Haruff CLASS OF 1922 Mable Boroff Sarah Townsend Lois Elder CLASS OF 1923 Frank Piper Merle Bogart Juanita Purdy Valentine Kruger Mildred Nolan Marion Lutz CLASS or 192k Marion Ammerman Ernest Bogart Gifford Bair Clyde Wurster Raymond Fishbaugh Cecil Thomas ...1H J 0 sim, rd' I s n A V . o I fs wail? Lib "Ti '3 " 2Ji f Q I 0, f Le 5' 71 'xt' D .tv flu ' .NU Vi ' YJ lv n J r-:Q flu. Vylffk I ,-. - ,-mftvf' f 11", ,3.lT....,...,,.., .7-.-.-.4-B.. . -N J- 1 1 , . 1 . 1.l.a.l....4L.L.:.s.v.aL.i.n-..a....L-.. v..nhL-'.:-.m,af.eA.,.A.s..i.....-.m.1-' 1-1.-.-..... 4 Lucille Elder Velma Hall Loren Wurster CLASS OF 1925 Stanley Simmons Robert Grubbs Bernice Simmons Edna Roether Guy Nolan Robert Ammerman Helen Lewis Dale Wurster CLASS or 1926 Herman Hankins Leroy Purdy Paul Hainline Maxine McAtee Hazel Yewey Kenneth Kimmel Stanley Nottingham CL SS OF 1927 Cryl Stauffer Elsie Bair Rowena L wis Hiram Crow Edith Simmons Eddith Fast William Kinkley Frederick Cain Hubert Fe man Carl Smith M Pcdlth Hayes Stella Shlmp Bernice Shimp CLLSS O 1928 Evelyn Kimmel Erma Hinton Ruby Lewis Vera Selandcr Marion Hainline Nellie Copeland Kenneth Springer Helen Williams Erma Selander CL SS OF 1929 Mildred Fast Mary Cop land Lucille Stauffer Thelma Yewey Mae Sheets Kenneth Williams Carl Deerhake Margaret Rice CLASS OF 1930 Lois Ammerman Ned Stearns Fern Yewey Ruth Mcatee Angus Purdy ' Helen Frysinger Eugene Simmons CLASS OF 1931 James Brinkman Clarence Purdy Zola Shimp Wayne Piper Vernon Williams Stanley Cantwell Lowell Dine Rex Stauffer CLFSS OF 1932 Virginia Brinkman John Townsend Melba Rasawuhr Ward Piper Vera Martin Emery Wurster Esther Emerick Robert Kruger Grace Copeland Robert Bowers Lucille Lewis CLKSS OF 1933 Marie Rice Beryl Davi Wanda Shimp Naomi Brodbeck Mao Copeland Edna Rhoades lda Martin Wilbur Thomas Ted Sanders Ruel Harner Walter Piper John Houts Roger Lutz CL ss or 193k Bessie mmerman Bernice Rice Pauline Poor .... ..,.1..,.a.1 ..u. A..-, -M. ,...An-......n. fs ..-.w....nJs.u. Evelyn Rasawuhr Margaret Hutchinson Leota Lewis Mary Alice Brown Dorothy Yewey Ernest Williams Fern Suhr William Cisco Edwin Hasis Harry Mcatee Edith Servis Jane Thomas Wauberga Sanders CLASS OF 1935 Vernon Barber Ruth Kruger Dorothy Hamilton Dale Houts John Stauffer Pauline Stauffer Charles Dutton Donald Poor Ruth Kuck Verna Now Jack Lutz Lowell Piper Ralph Rasawuhr Eugene Brodbcck Charles Shimp Mildred Harner Robert Houts Madonna Emerick CLJSS OF 1936 Norman Pierce Mildred Rhoades Ruby Rhoades Joseph Lewis Fdna Denney Ethel Denney Evelyn Wurster Leona Hecht Harold Steinecker Harold Hainline Ellen Piper Paul Piper H len Claus Gladene Protsman Dale Thomas Mabel Piper Helen Brown Pauline Poppe Lela Suhr Ruth Cisco V A x . . ' G . Q I I . I C O Q . gl . I I U Q .3 -LL . . - I . l n T1 ,N ' .L I' ' S ' A 4 .4 4 ' T' 13 . A V 4.1 m . . U I . 4 4 ,- . O -. 0 . ' I -- 9 1 AL - f N G . 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"U 1,3 l , 3 q fm ' if Hifi wg ,. ,Q ' w -...-.-..-..,-,.... -,-- - -- G -1 M wf H -f w. v If HW' " " CLASS OF 1937 John Webh, Doyle Martin Guy Robert Adams Mark Stose Rita Shimp Beatrice Brodbeck Hope Suhr Lucille Houts Eathyle Kuhn Mary Beougher Esther Webb Mable Sickles Marcella Findley Evelyn Meyers CLASS OF 1938 Phyllis Shimp Mary Ellen Barber Carl Copeland Guy Glass Robert Wurster Stanley Brookhart Lois Stauffer Eugene Davis Opal Servis Irene Kuck Rachel Brodbeck Clarence Burnett Carl Hecht Stanley Shellebarger John Stose Era Sweigart Blaine Cisco CLASS OF l939 Ruth Baker Margaret Meyer Eugene Stauffer Dorothy Brookhart Donald Fisher Hazel Copeland Gilbert Gordon Merlie Fast William Meyers Fred Grimm Dean Lhamon Orcal Harner Lyndel Piper Ruth Houts Raymond Rice ,, -,. , , f:fr.i:.:: .-1 -"2"------' -A'-7'iw'-axfr?-wrrsiv G , f N, 'rr vm' rv w 3'1" '1"'5'9' . . 0. ,vnu M f . , CLASS OF l9hO Audrey Rasawuhr Vernon Schmidt Ole Sites Juanita Fisher Margaret Williams Snowden Sites Eugene Brown Robert Chapman Corrine Doenges Bernice Gordon Mary Grimm Lucille Harner Clifford Lutz Ann Poor Neale Roebuck Paul Suhr Kenneth Wolfe Alberta Wurster CLASS OF l9hl Harold Protsman Gertrude Rice Bobby Sweigart Carl Brookhart Betty Shively Glenn Hasis Betty Sweigart Esther Ray Brooks Shimp Dorothy Burnett CLASS OF l9L2 Cletus'Harner Ruby Harner Fern Ray Kerman Kuhn Harold Vantilburg Calvin Houts Robert Poor Oreal Fast CLASS OF l9h3 Tom Lutz Charles Schmidt Katharyn Huey Iris Smith Gertrude Holtman Marjorie Rice sg u no Wu 7? 7? V, x v ,f ., . ,J CLASS OF l9hH Dana Piper Ruth Spicer Richard Lamb Ned Wurster Helen Flcre Wilma Smith Bonnie Webb Irene Wharton Betty Leugers Arrilla Doenges Glen Harner CLASS OF l9h5 Harry Barber Earl Johnson Marilyn Shimp Mary Sites Mary Lee Dickman Miriam Poor Margaret Baer Naomi Smith CLASS or l9h6 Carol Wolfe Velone Houts Dwight Bair Bill Sites Ellen Grice Thelma Fisher Don Preston Joe Suhr Homer Rice CLASS OF l9h7 Ladonna Baer Martha Sites Madonna Harner Owen Hall Ronald Smith Ralph Schnarre, CLASS OF 19MB Wilma Morrison Tom Holtman Robert Flore Glenn Matthews, Jane Webb Deloris Fast Belva Harner Nora Lea Snavely JL n J Jr PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS ,- Gw 1--V-rw -1 f - ffFf'-P'v'1- -if .X . ..-te... ...... --.... - ,.,.. -.--,. ...,...-.......,...,.. . . .. .,.,-,,,-,,,w,,, , , A , , ,iq-N ,bww-W-, f-7 , Y W fu-7-Q-fn ,ef-'-rv f-r-vv-v V. wj-fv'vv:y"+-- fx Y ,rvl-f V-1 - S I f' 9329 . 4 u , j-gf ,ns . L..' 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Svnerlntendent Findlay College, Bachelor of Arts, l936 West Liberty State Teachers College, l937 Springfield College, Massachusetts, l9M6 Lighthouse Bible College, Illinois Master of Arts, 191-+7 Doctor of Literature, l9h3 QQ, Doctor of Divinity, l9b9 Indiana University Franklin High School, Pa., 1941-45 Celina High School, 1945-U6 Xeiion High Sciool, 1946-U8 Center Township High School, l9M8- Q ,fda 55 U -'11 Cheslstry, English, Gerwan, Theology, Physical Science, Physical Education ELSIE E. BAIR Bowling Green University Bachelor of Science in Education, 19 Findlay College, Business Education Indiana University Easter of Science in Education, l9U9 no ni 'sq Center Township High School, l9Q2 Business Education, Mathematics, History, English, Earth Science HAZEL M. YEWEY Findlay College Bachelor of Arts, l9M5 Indiana University Master of Science in Education, l95O Center Township High School, l9M5- English, History, Social Science, Home Economics FRED A. JACKSON Conch New York University . Bachelor of Science, 1932 1 International Y.M.C.A. College Springfield, Xassschusetts f Defiance College A,,4, Hev York University sf" Assistant Instructor ,,nf J. Colusbla Grammar School, U. I. If Center Township Hifh School, l9LR- . sezence, Hlsuery, snfllsh, siolofvy, 'V I i" Pwyslcal Science A f QS! i'gib SENIURS xx Hx 11 BOB WURSTER President Q Vice-President 2 Q Scenter Staff U A.4nS' TRIDENT Staff 'The Darling Bratsn 2 nMr. Beane From Liman 3 nGOne With the Girlsn 4 High School Chorus 3, M Basketball 1, 2, 3, M Baseball U I p il 2 . :MAE vy, .,j7.:,'i 1 A' 'Kgn-,Q VM., - 'emeweJSW?U DOROTHY HARNER Salutetorlan 4 Vice-President M President 2,3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Carnival Queen 3 Class News Reporter 1 TRIDENT Staff 4 Scenter Staff U High School Chorus 3, 4 Hlr. Beane From Liman 3 nGone with the Glrlsu U fw- A,f 5,14 ,ff Mage! - ff- W 5222?-fax 1 'JT ,-W, J 1. Y , 5 NORMA JEAN MATTH WS Seoretary M Scenter Staff M TRIBE T Staff D High School Chorus 3 M Class Wews Reporter A Wir. Beane From Linen 3 Hdone Ulth the Girlsn M KATHARYN HARRIS Treasurer 2, 3, 4 High School Chorus 3, 4 Librarian 1 Cheerleader l, 2, 3 TRIDENT Staff 4 Scenter Staff 4 Girls' Sextette l, ? nLr. Beane From Llman 3 NG0ne With the Girlsn 4 HHere Cones the Princen MARJORIE LOU STEPHENSON ValeP1ctor1sn 4 Scenter Editor-in-o'ief THIDENT Staff L Scenter Staff 3 High School Chorus 3, 4 Secretary 3 Librarian l, 4 Vice-President l Girls' Sextette l, 2 Wir. Beane From Limau 3 nGone With the Glrlsn 4 MARLENE FRAHM Class President l Vice-President 3 Class Tews Reporter 3 Girls' State Delegate 3 Librarian 3 High School Chorus 3, 4 Scenter Staff 4 TRIDENT EGlt0r-in-chief nlr. Beane From Llmau 3 nG0ne with the Glrlsn 4 IU' 'Trl' , Xmm 'Ui QQ 1 W 1.4 s Li 23 "' W 4 .LV 151 Vo 21 7 if V' ' , 1, YL ' I 1+ S.L g - 1 3---fr 4 Zg:...:. ---:- , -' , , -1- - LTTW' M v M 1 1x iN W, gl I I, fvilw ' 1x 'n A . . 1 -v , , --. I r ,, ,L,A,, L. ,..---- Lg... BONNIE JEAN SNAVELY Secretary-Treasurer l Librarian 3, M Cheerleader l, 2, 3 Scenter Staff M TRIDENT Staff M High Schocl Chorus 3, M Girls' Sextette l, 2 nMr. Qeane From Linen 3 'Gone with the Girlsn M THELMA FIGLEY Class News Reporter 2 TRIDENT Staff M Scenter Staff M UHere Comes Charlien 2 'Ir. Beane From Liman 3 nGone with the Girlsu M Librarian M High School Chorus 3, M JOHN SITES Scenter Staff M TRIDENT Staff M 'Hr. Beane From Liman 3 'Gone with the Girls' M High School Chorus 3 M Basketball 1, 2, 3, 11 Baseball M 22 Q n -GS ! .. ., - ,N - "V 'i 105' U u 3 J . ' 5 JLWUH In September, 1946, thirteen green freshmen entered Neptune High School. We entered with the attitude that we During the year Marilyn Meihls, twelve to finish Marlene Frahm as we lost a member of our were climbing and not clinging. class, who moved to Mendon. This left climbing their way up. We chose our president with Mr. Grice as class adviser. The next fall when we again entered the halls of Neptune High School, there were only ten of us to keep on climbing. Bob Grice had moved and Hubert Allen had also left. This year we chose Dorothy Harner to direct our activities with Miss Bair as class adviser. Beginning our junior year we still had ten in our class. There were seven girls and three boys. At the This was the beginning of greater activities for us. We chose as our president Dorothy Harner to lead us through these activities with Miss Bair as our adviser. We presented our class play, UMr Beane From Lima,U on November l2. On May 13 we enter- tained the seniors with a reception. The banquet was held in the Crystal Boom, Argonne Hotel, Lima. beginning of our senior year we still had ten members in our class. During the year we lost one of our classmates, John Braun. Although we had lost one, we still continued climbing upward. Many things occurred this year. We had our pictures taken at the Agler Studio, Van Wert, Ohio. We chose our commencement speaker and decided other smaller things that go along with the closing of our high school days. Bob Wurster was chosen as president to lead us through our senior year. Miss Bair was again our sponsor to help us solve our problems. On April lb and l5 we gave our class play entitled NGone With The Girlsn with Miss Bair as director. On May 5 a reception was held in our honor by the juniors at the Argonne Hotel in Lima. We are look- ing forward to our trip to New York City as soon as school is out. All of us are thrilled about it. At the close of the year we look back realizing that we have finished climbing one ladder. We still have another ladder to climb. It is the ladder of life. We must keep on climbing and not clinging. In one way we are hapiy to see our school days come to an end, but in another we are sorry to think that f - 'fT" N' Zl"f-'T""'I""1f"" -1-- f .. Y iii- W.. -...,,.-- -.,,,.- ' ,f fl ff lf . ,' ,' TT ' f '.,'-T ' AW ----- Y--.. V .-.Y .---...q L fnmli. 'il '.. .'L'f Q.- Q... l l I L llmwl.. -- it is all over. We have had many experiences through high school. It is from these experiences that we will be able to keep on climbing. We are out in the world now, the goal we must reach, we can reach by climbing and not clinging. H4459 PQUPH EH As the class of 1950 was contemplating its com- ing commencement exercises, it fell to my lot to forcast the future of these fair damsels and gallant young men. After endeavoring to cultivate what is commonly known as Nsecond sight,u I concluded that prophetic vision was not my strongest point, but in the summer of l9?S, nearly a quarter century later, it was my good fortune to learn the fate of those young ladies and gentlemen who were once carefree happy school girls and boys in the dear old historic town of Neptune. It came about in this way. As manager of the Rike's Deoartment Store, I was called out West on business. While passing through the State of Wyoming the train was wrecked and the passengers were obliged to alight at a small station. I wandered about the place, impatiently waiting for the outward bound train, when I noticed a big black cloud in the north. Almost immediately everything grew dark, and I felt myself being whirled around and lifted very rapidly upward. After what seemed an hour of constant whirling, I found myself in a strange place. When I dared look around, I espied an old man coming toward me. He had a long white beard which reached nearly to the ground. He inquired who I was and whence I came. I told him and he said: nYou are now on one of the inferior planets, of which I am the high priest. You came to me in a cycloneg there is but one way to return. That is by allowing yourself to be put into a trance.H To this I readily consented. The high priest made some cabalistic signs, and soon I felt drow- siness. The first thing I realized was that I was in a strange city, and lol as I walked up the street I met an exceedingly stout lady pushing a go-cart She immediately recognized me, but it was some time before I could convince myself that it was my old classmate, Norma Matthews. Norma told me she mar- ried a man from Van Wert by the name of Dave Owens. She said she wished she was a stenographer instead of a married woman. 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T 'f' . gf, ' ' ,114 g The city then changed, and I again found myself in Neptune, where I met Marjorie Stephenson, who had just driven from Celina where she said she was keep- ing a store and living alone. Elden Houts, I after- ward learned, had played her false and she had re- mained an old maid. From Celina I went to St. Marys, and while wan- dering about the streets was attracted by a sign which read: nWe Can Increase Your Height, Short People Do Not Despair.n I realized how disagreeable it is to be short, so decided to give them a trial. I opened the door to the tumble-down shop, and there stood a blonde lady very slim and tall. While I was trying to think whom she resembled, she said, HDon't you remember me, Bonnie?W Sure enoughg 'twas Marlene Frahmg just as I expected Joe Suhr was her husband. I made my way out to Rhyne's where I met Thelma Figley. She had taken unto herself a husband, Ted Yewey, and together they were demonstrating the value of cereals of all kinds. I knew Thelma would change her mind about being an old maid. Next I seemed to be in Lima, where I met John Sites. He said he had Nstarredn for the Highflyers Dramatic Club for several years, but now was man- aging CJohn always liked to manage! a troupe of his own and was traveling through the country putting on vaudeville shows. His best and only comedy was UThe Cheerful Liar,H in which I remember John once made a big hit in Neptune. I decided to take a train back East to Balti- more. The train stalled as we were coming into St. Louis. The engineer requested all of the passengers to get off. As I was walking up toward the big en- gine, I heard someone say in a gruff voice, HWhere are my crewmen?W The engineer was grumbling when he got off of the train. I noticed that the walk was familiar and sure enough it wasn't a man, but it was my old classmate, Dorothy Harner. We were thrilled to see each other, and as we talked, I found out Dorothy was engineer of the Baltimore and Ohio. Then the scene changed, and I found myself at Neptune. A truck stopped out in front. A lady came to the door and to my great surprise it was Katharyn Harris. Katharyn told me she had taken over the fertilizer plant and now has employed 250 workers. She said, WDick and I are running a fine business.W Again the scene changed, and before my eyes there arose the beautiful Quaker City of Philadel- phia. In one of its most prominent business sec- -I 5 , 'i '13, 1- , ,-o' Y 1 f 1 r 5 ' 3214 V Tfipir, Isnt, ,, Y - - -5 Q .ILT Si?-E5 -mugsifff 1 f ' g, ,. F12 Q if JSE..-Lf ff - 2 Y: gf ...L-..ii1L'i:-f f 3 """1 A V 1 f QQ F B Q - EE E353-1 if 245931 5:t?,.1. e ' '.':, 1 . i 1 """' 1 4' ' V if - 77 111 ,i-:g?1 'pefzs---L-f2L'1-g3:3 : LL 53 -Y- -. ...Y ,... is - -.--- Y An -., --.-Y .-. -...--.--.Mor--A- A Q., ,. ., , , . . -... - ,.,.. ..-, ,.,..,-.. 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V . 3 Y v, A .1 i A - ----W Y............- ..-.. ,-,-- , A.-..-,--,, Y, W ,, Y ,i Y Y L Y YY, W Y-Y Y ...-:.- ---....- Y-.- A., ' -4.17 V Y Y - Y Y Y 1- V - fgiiifi1:i-4i5e2fg3?E?ff '? Y fi 5--FP Tli' V Q,-g,,,,YA ,bt 1 , FP. 4i??g?-iif-i '1'l:-l rf f ' H-f lailf-17' " --Q 3l,1f '-, T DP-1 V' 'd-MW 'W tions my attention was directed to a large building on the outside of which was displayed the sign, HMarriage Broker, Room 502, 5th floor.n Of course, being an old maid, I was attracted by this sight and immediately made my way to room 502. I asked for the manager: and when he appeared, I recognized the voice and exclaimed, UWhy, Bob Wursterln After talking over old times at Nep, it was time for me to be on my way, On returning to my business, I thought of how I had met all of my classmates: and we all had a wonderful time reminiscing our old school days. Now I knew what my old classmates were doing, and to me it was a wonderful thought. ---Bonnie Snavely MSS WILL We, the Class of l95O, having reached the end of our career here, being in sound health and of disposing mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this writing to be our last will and testa- ment, hereby revoking and making void all other tes- timonial writings by us heretofore made. As to such estate as it has pleased the fates and our own strong arms to give, we do dispose of the same as follows: FIRST: We give and bequeath to our cherished prin- cipal, Mr. Rahmann, a key to the office so that he may be able to lock unruly pupils within its wallsg also a pretty girl in the coming class as a bit of sunshine. SECOND: We give and bequeath to Miss Bair all our practice sets in Filing and Bookkeeping. THIRD: We give and bequeath to Miss Yewey all the unfilled pages in our Goverment workbooks. FOURTH: We give and bequeath to Mr. Jackson all of our chemistry formulas. FIFTH: I, Thelma Figley, give and bequeath my good driving to Cora Vantilburg, and my talkative moods to Romilda Becher. - SIXTH: I, Marlene Frahm, give and bequeath my abil- ity to study to the junior boys, and my fair com- plexion to Dave Roether. f- '-2.1 3'fz3.2 ' 321' , , --, .i..........---. ..-- ..-Li, .i........-...im .-x-,.. -.... ..--... ........-... Y .f.....- -.--. r , W 2e -: -+ f l'f, hi... .., -i....?......, J'-T."',..""""'.. ,.. .'7.',,LL-32 jgg, 1 , , -..--- -..- -..-. Y....:- -4,..'. g WY -v ....--V ,. . ,, Y Y, ,, Y- 17: 2' ' ,:Eig"'1""'-1-:f f ,, -gf ,513 - .-Y..- - -....- .- .- ' 7' . ...-.-... -... ,-..,i ...nf-,- ,.,-,,.4 A... ..-....--, . .-,.... -v V- - --,.V -.-, ............ ...... --......- - .-..-. .-..--., ,..lf-Y- ,,,...., ...,.-...-4-...-,.-... . , -,. -.. , ... . 1 -Eg' 42 ,LL . ,-Y -.. .x , ...m.......4 - , V , ,,,.,. 5 l"'i 'TT ff . - Y, -.- MQ... ,Y..,,... - ,..,.,.-Y. W v..-,Q-Avg... Y......- .. --. -. i.. .- .....-.... 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Y Y Y V V -- 41- ..-..3-, ,-.1 .....-...H... - ----- ...,,,, ,Q Y ,,-- V 1, -,,,.. , Y -A., .Q ..- - - - , "" l Aa - R.. rng'-'ff 2, :fit :i,.-'.L'i'.:,T-, l-,7lQ,,k,-,',,:f, , '2'1?"'ff - - ' Fig qua 'E-i' 'g f1l ' L -rf lfWf'f'-'.',.:fi2 ?QZ1'lT.:i. 'T1 ,'-,'-.,--- , 1-Y!:.'L . L LLV.5TH: I, borothy Harner, give and bequeath my ability to draw to the artists of the SCLNTER, and my smallness to Betty olusser. EIGHTH: I, Katharyn Harris, give and bequeath my ability to have lessons done on time to Helen Martin and my ability to visit in class to Dave Roether. NINTH: I, Norma Matthews, give and bequeath my short hair to Esther Hecht and my freckles to Betty Rhyne. TENTH: I, John Sites, give and bequeath my ability to run the movie projector to Chester Stephenson and my height to Butch Greber. ELEVENTH: I, Bonnie Snavely, give and bequeath my skating ability to Bud Roether and my ability to ride to Delores Rhyne. TMELFTH: I, Marjorie Stephenson, give and bequeath my office as editor of the SCENTER to Delores Rhyme and all my lOO's to whoever is lucky. THIRTEENTH: I, Bob Wurster, give and bequeath my position as center on the basketball squad to Larry Kruger and my left-handed writing to anyone. We hereby constitute and' appoint the High School Cat sole executor of this, our last will and testament. In Witness whereof, We, the Class of l95O, the testators, have to this will set our hand and seal, this twenty-eighth day of May, A.D. l95O. WITNBSSES: SIGNED! am are c 6.Qfle..gf'73f, 0 , i .Faculty I 1 ' i I 1 if I 'W I V A-x ' 7 HD1,uiwA,q.LJl14hLfEi c g If 'f.-QA-lyggg, ,gif ' Jr -' Jw., Seniors U' 'gf-'1 '- , f:i1i-:: ..:,' ' T, T'.L."".Z.," , -Mg, ' Q -.-. Y , ,, ,g,- ,-,, 4, ,,,nY , -V,-Y nr - - L .....-- .M . L-- 1 ' ' ll. ' L-'.'TA..-",..-. ' . , X, Ei Ll i T. li F" if tr ri- If PI n Q! L if -1112 L f 11fT . , f .4 V . - - iii: sjggfi L + 1-- -1 - ' v 1 ' I T ' N 'T HHEML4-illM+iH May 21, l950 8:00 P. M. Prelude Processional. . . . . . . . . . .Cora Vantilburg Invocation. . . . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Hazel Yewey WThis Is My Father's Worldn . . . High School Chorus Scripture ..... . ....... Rev. Argo Sudduth Girls' Trio ............ . WHe Lifted Men Bonnie Snavely, Katharyn Harris, Delores Rhyne Class Sermon ....... . . . . . Rev. Norman Folk WGuide Me, 0 Thou Great Jehovahn. High School Chorus Benediction ....... . . . . . Rev. Hazel Yewey Recessional ............. Cora Vantilburg C U IGH il? E H If A ISIN HI May 28, l950 8:00 P. M. Prelude , Processional. . ...... . . .Delores Rhyne Invocation ......... . . .Rev. Argo Sudduth Presentation of Senior Gift ...... .Bob Wurster Vocal Solo ........... . . .Marlene Frahm Salutatory. . ....... . . . . . Dorothy Harner Piano Solo. . ........... .Thelma Figley Valedictory . . . . . . . . .Marjorie Lou Stephenson Vocal Duet. . . . Bonnie Snavely and Katharyn Harris Presentation of Eighth Grade Certificates . . . . . . . . . Mr. Glenn West, County Superintendent Class Address . . . ...... .Mr. Glen Isenbarger Principal Bushnell School, Springfield, 0hio Presentation of Awards and Class. . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . . Dr. Harry L. Rahmann Presentation of Diplomas. . . . . . .Mr. Lee Roether Charge to Class . ...... . Dr. Harry L. Rahmann Benediction in Song . ...... High School Chorus HThe Lord's Prayern rl: - bk Pk X if Class Motto CLIMBING--NOT CLINGING Class Flower ...... ...... .. . .Pink Rose Class Colors. . . .Forest Green and Silver Class Adviser . . . . . . . . .Miss Bair .,..- Y , ..-H-,-.-A . . , L L 1-..v......... , . , . A., , ,, 'J-. r ' fu ..1ll.l, I 1 rr ,P-1 'f I-jr-1-si iii Y' 717' + 1 4 ' ff 4. , i Y 5 v iran: xi 31 X1 X f f 5X .ibi- f M, Ac gk im , Z pe 'n QQT, BT- 11 YASA 51111 Q S1 QQQ HQQSQ Q 11 QQ QQQQQTQEJQQQQYQQ Q QQQSQQQQQQSQQQSQSQ QQQ QKQQQE ,Mrs M JUNIOR CLASS FIRST RCW Jim Hayes Ray Flore William Roether Leonard Baer Russell Poor Jim Cunningham Guy Schmidt SECOND ROW David Roether Delores Rhyme Esther Harner Cora Vantilburg Doris Ballinger Helen Martin -Miss Yewey CLASS OFFICERS President -------------------------- David Roether Vice-President ------------------------- Jim Hayes Secretary ------------------------ Doris Ballinger Treasurer ---------------------------- Guy Schmidt Reporter ------------------------------- Jim Hayes Class Adviser ----------- ---------- Miss Yewey 79551 4 1 1 1 Y 1 I I 1 I 1 I 4 4 4 1 4 4 1 A J g. ..g--A-5-L4-4.4.-..4.+--.4..,,...-,.., . - ... .4445-... .a .. . g- 1-' :-t?T:f,3..figf' ,A Y ' 5" V f, : '......1" "Sig 2 ii: 1.1 1 'L .i......., , - - - lag, ,fp-, rl, YV Y iff -L. . 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Y, 1522 Efrffgif 2,335 ' ' Y ' - f " ' ' T , ,- ' i . . . . .:1p5.'fL:Ag'i,.T 1, 7:11 . f,7gi?.i'li.-.......-.. Q fl- Q fi 4 1ii21f "ff'2f 'P'l'!'31 ' - V Eff 114-.- Ili ?5 f L ? Si' iEf' 7f'5Af5'4??if1l f '4:i-??ifl 1 vii., ff 1 F- 3 - ' 4:-3.1 ffgfif 1 .ii, lf::?f iq ffi3'fgg,Qlg, , lQ,,, 'Y gl rg ' , , fi 1:1 f:"A4:f1f fftzg. '."'..'5'E:l.'i:,g 34-?fi"-ff"-H Y ,Yi-i. Y iff 1 -5- '-7 5 V A 'iii fi? 1.3. V 457 , . i ' Q '-,:g ZILZ1-.1.l:.E.-,..' :lif2:.I.ET5':'lf4','l I 1-,i sig' - - - g 5, -My f Y ' 'V Alliijifgfq -:V ',.:1 :TL :'L.'t:r 'TLIZ' , 1 ,QQ ' f ' "Qi - - -15,1 , - ' -5 E'ipigitilffl-1'-?'1:?'7fEiT5T , ' ' " , . .T , ,Y "ig A ur' 1. . ,-"VQ'T.fiif :gi-i-.li J-A 'T-V :T-5.-f? -fi-331.1 T.f.1-3355. ,- i .2.iiiQ' i? HL 557'l 5 'ff . JUHIUH HISTUHH In September, l9u7, thirteen green freshmen entered high school life at Nep. The seniors helped us get a good start by giving us an initiation party. To lead us through our freshman year, we chose Russ- ell Poor, president, David Roether, vice-president, Leonard Baer, secretary and treasurer, Doris Ballin- ger, reporter, and Miss Yewey as our class adviser. In our sophomore year we began with the same thirteen pupils. We had to go on with only twelve, for at the middle of the year Mary Evelyn Howell moved to Buckland. To direct us through our sopho- more year, we chose Doris Ballinger as president, Guy Schmidt, vice-president, Esther Harner, secre- tary and treasurer, Delores Rhyme, reporter, and Miss Yewey as our class adviser. We were very happy to have Russell Poor elected as King at our Spring Carnival. In our junior year we brought our class number back up to thirteen. Helen Jean Martin joined us at the beginning of the year. For this year we chose Dave Roether, president, Jim Hayes, vice-president, Guy Schmidt, treasurer, Doris Ballinger, secretary, and Jim Hayes, reporter. In our junior year we presented our first class play, HThe Antics of Andrew.W As a reward to the side selling the most tickets, the boys' side treated the girls. This year we had the Queen elec- ted from our class. It was Esther Harner. On May 5, we entertained the seniors in the Crystal Room at the Argonne Hotel, Lima. Seven of the boys played basketball and four of the girls were Varsity Cheer- eaders. Through our school life we have been climbing the ladder of learning and therefore not clinging to the attitudes and thoughts we had as green Hfresh- ies.H We have had a busy year and look forward to a better one next year. in if" 4- " 'N "M IE, r 5 l 1 a ,--q-wr- if ,N fl Q f A , AT ': In V . 1 l A E Q E 1 4 'Ni ,.-.- -i- 4-.--. .... -..,.... -...- .. .- V .. 7 ff .,,- .- ..,.,,..-,,-, .A. ,,, ,.--....-......-.., ji ,Ju 0. L A 1 TFT- ff-esgli-'+:i':5ia-f553.E2g1g,,i3.p., , 1 1fizifyi-,Tiff3'1-275-1-e+5'f:52i1,:- -,,, A 'fL3EN?, il A l 1 V LT, L ,,'.- .Q.,- --.-..-- v-.... E1 Q..- ,, ..,,, - ..,.n... --,-1. , .-,...,,.....,. ,..-, . . , Y, ., -, -. ,,v........- ,-..,,-.., -.. -5- , - ...,- , .,. - . -, ....-.,...-.-.. ...A,, , ........ , . ..,. .........-....-...........1...-...- ...l1......1.1.-1 .-- , Y -111 I , ,L .-----.-- Y, - . , , , . , , , ,--..,. ...,., ,- 1.-...,..-..- -- ,--.i,-,---. .-.-1--. ..-. . . , ,, , .,.- ..-,-,,-...-. -.. , -- '- " -1.-1-...- ... ..Y - ...,.. ii ,. -YYWY .....-, Y-- - V, 4? -..........., .--.i .. - .,-. ,...,,..,..-, ,..., , 5- -- , J if' 3.113 f ' i , T f 12' ' f ,E 'Y Jlq , F v ' f- f-..-,-....-- -..............--..,.--..-, - , Q , f.-:,IfT''257F?l'TE"f'A"3??QQf,g- A f 4 -' 1-Q f Wu MN 4 -JK: - 'Qi I F. k xx J kk SOPHOMORES 5 79 4Q X xx, X if F ,, :mai Q, !: 1 E fa.. 2 1 3 I J I 1 ii Z 54 4 ? J 1 1 Fi ' A... 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 3 1 1 A 4 1 4 4 A 1 A 3 . ii I if 4 " 1 4 1 4 J L 3 I 1 4 3 1 I 3 4 4 3 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 1 4 4 1 5 11 I T14- Q1 ?4 1 1,- 11 Y I V I r V Ln....:,,' ., T , Qi ,ll ll -lil, -,,, , ,, -- ,. -4-ls? -1-n .. .,,,, ---Q..-. .. . --.--Q-.--..--.. -Q--. . , , , ,., ,, 11 11 .---ug-5-.-.-. ' --1-1--Q-1-...---..--..... SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW Marilyn Matthews Chester Stephenson Donald Harris Ted Yewey Romilda Becher SECOND RCW Miss Bair Richard Grimm Doyle Ballinger Donald Heppeard ABSENT--Henry Greber CLASS OFFICERS President ----------- ---- Chester Stephenson Vice-President --------- ------------- Ted Yewey Secretary-Treasurer ---- ---- Doyle Ballinger Reporter -------------- ----- Richard Grimm Class Adviser ------- ------- Miss Bair li Z: I -i 1 5, fi, L, Jil.: 5, if? Eff? FEV' v" f r n n. r- A. I, ., ,, v- L Ez SUPHUIUUM HISIUHU It was on September 3, l9l+8, that ten green freshmen entered the halls of Neptune High School. We entered with the thought of climbing higher on our ladder. The seniors gave us an initiation party on September Zu, l9L+8. In our freshman year we chose for president, Richard Grimm, vice-president, Chester Stephenson, secretary and treasurer, Ellen Fisher, and class reporter, Ted Yewey. Miss Bair was our adviser. Before our first year was over, we lost two of our classmates, Janet Trissel and Ellen Fisher. This left eight of us to go on through our next three years. To begin our sophomore year there were eight of us to keep on climbing higher. To direct us through our sophomore year, we chose Chester Stephenson, presidentg Ted Yewey, vice-president, Doyle Ballinger, secretary and treasurer, Richard Grimm, class reporterg and class adviser, Miss Bair. During our sophomore year our number was in- creased to nine, by Henry Greber who moved from Mendon to Neptune. We now have two girls and sev- en boys in our class to keep on climbing. We are proud to say that five of our boys were basketball players during their sophomore year. In the freshman year the class nominated Romilda Becher for Queen and Richard Grimm for King at the Spring Carnival. These two competed against nominees of other classes. In our sopho- more year we nominated another King and Queen. They were Marilyn Matthews and Chester Stephenson. We are very proud to say that Chester was crowned King at the Spring Carnival. During these two years we were climbing, but still we must keep climbing higher on our ladder toward success in the years to come. ..-..-.-..-.-1--... .... 1.. A, ? --....-.Y -- -.- Iii , - -W , ..- YY., -A..,,,,,,, , V - V 3 -,.,....-,. -...,,v..-.-Q .4-1...-i - -..............,....l..x..............-,,,-.. .- , - .....-.. , xi,-.iw 5 Waef.--, ..Q.---v.., .. -.-..-.-.....,.,--... .. - ,.- -. . -. , A-..-....-.p...- ..,-,.',..,-, Q...,. ,-...., 1 .,..-- I Z I X FRESHMEN 7 , ' X ff! 654' QR an ,qrxh Axfx V11 ll" QW P V VV., .'..'3l.fi'l.'.fIf .. A.-1. ' 'Y 9- Y U -A Q K --I 4 V.- -4-Q.. ...- .. ,.. -----.-.......i....- t-.......-,,,,..A 10... .-- S... , J ' " - -' ..... .-- -H..-., -1 -g..1 YfV,,-" .-....--, ig' ' +R...-,,,,,,,,, -V-,W-V -V ..........-.-.., .,.......--....-.....,...i. , 7 Y' ' .v. -in --...- -...l.--,- " -f-" ......... ........-. - ..-ve gl ,,,.,,.,....--1 FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROWS Esther Hecht Myrna Baer Dorothy Kaylor Joan Michaels Betty Jean Rhyne Betty Slusser SECGND ROW Miss Yewey Larry Kruger Ebb Wolfe Marion Heindel Don Webb CLASS OFFICERS President ---- ------------------------- Larry Kruger Vice-President -------------------------- Myrna Baer Secretary-Treasurer --------------- Betty Jean Rhyne Reporter ---------------------------- Marion Heindel Glass Adviser ----------- ------ Miss Yewey .,,. - if " 'fn' 'T 'f :g::4..N A 4- f F ha A5414 ini" r J i - ' , S .W f , - Y, , . -.',- -1.-1-----.-.Q-11 .i .q-.-Q1 'E-' F----f.,-- f. Y,- , -f-A- f f- - f, ight- -- J ,,,,-,, , ,-. ... . , .. ,V , , -. ,,,... ,,--..-..... .....-.-... , , pq, '1 . "' + . - ..,, .- .- ,. . ' "" L.- -..-. - Y fl' ' i' "H H M' T"""'i'l ,Il -4 Y ,.- ., ..--,.-v Y.- ,-,.-..--, ..- .-,----,--H ,f W ... i .4 ' ' , . . -,.,, . ,.,- -.,--,1.,,A- -Q- .,.,j.:I.'.f" ' 7 -..lr - - Y ' - - J. -L , - .- . . V.-- . - .--- W... . ...-,---,..-.-7-. I 7. r , f 5 1 T v r r 5 - 4 , .4... -A --,.,,, L- rv-- v' ., I lHlSlIiIlHll1 HISIME4 On September 5, l9L9, ten green freshmen' en- tered the halls of Neptune High School. The Sen- iors helped us to start the year off with a bang by giving an initiation party for the freshies. , To lead us through our freshman year we chose Larry Kruger, president, Myrna Baer, vice-presi- dentg Betty Jean Rhyne, secretary-treasurerg and Marion Heindel, class reporter, with Miss Yewey as our adviser. We were glad to have three out of four of our boys playing basketball and also two boys playing baseball. Four of the freshman girls are reserve cheerleaders. We freshies are climbing from our freshman year to our future years in high school and are not clinging to our old ways and experiences. 4 2 2 Y 0 Bob Wolfe: NThe same tornado that blew away my father's wagon dumped an automobile in the front yard.N Marion Heindel: nHuh, that's no tornado. That was a trade wind.U Mother: NWhy did you strike your little sister?N Larry Kruger: WWell, we were playing Adam and Eve and instead of tempting me with the apple, she ate it herself.H Father had his daughter on his knee. HWhat are you going to do when you grow up?U he asked her. nI'm going to marry an engineer,N replied Dorothy Kaylor. WAnd what kind?N he asked, Wa civil engineer?W WOh,W replied Dorothy, Hit doesn't matter what kind. I'll soon make him civilgn -Z!!-, I f X Xxx ATHLETICS L1 91 x f , ' J Xyxjg, Afxyfxjxf XXI., ,, , ',, Q ,,,f, ,, M v -A u-Ygl- 15 i ffl 15 , . 5 2 , . mfg iff fi gg. b E 55 I' EEE ai... .. 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VARSITY SQUAD John Sites Russell Poor Bob Wurster David Roether William Roether Leonard Baer Harold Wolfe, Manager SECOND ROW-- Doyle Ballinger Jim Hayes Ted Yewey Ray Flore Guy Schmidt Richard Grimm Mr. Jackson, Coach v-v-vw -vv-++vf--..- ..-- .. f -.- , -- , . -.4..-..-.4 - -A-. . -.- x . 11- - "' --A' 4: i 7 if ,' ...Z-ff: -- ,-,A J "aj pi, fi , , I, lu' E, x L - -V-W -Y - Y -2-.......v-..1.....-vi- , , A , 1 y- - -- ,fi 5, ! - f - V. ------------Y - .. 4 -........Y-4..Y.-- , - 41, f . EQ- M, L , ,.-.-,-,,.-,- - Y..--.......... --.hi ,.- L-, 1-1: 5: , - ,..- ...- -. , -. ...--....,.- ..--,. .-....-, , ,, A V , 1 Y -N 4,'- . J, C' ,UQ f 1 -. ...- gf . - --.-H.,... - -,....-ff-.. f .sat L ' ' ' ' ' ' '-Y' "" Q1l"".., -- . -..... -........i..4 .... . -. -...... 1 A477 1 ' Y i F " '41'f 'S , , ., . I if .H ,I M, ". .'Q-..: -.'Tlf'ff, '..-fi. 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' ---if 7 "f.f.E ,:5 Afglff 'V' "- 7 'T' f sf ,- I 1 1 4 --gf lif if -AT Y ?.v.Y , 1 -- --- on-wg 6 4 K 4 i 33 RESERVE SQUAD 32 ' FIRST ROW-- : Marion Heindel Guy Schmidt Ted Yewey Don Harris Bob Wolfe SECOND ROW-- Mr. Jackson, Coach ' Doyle Ballinger g Larry Kruger I Don Heppeard Richard Grimm g Harold Wolfe , Manager 7,Q,' , 'Q .o-R gQeQga-gee mag, ragga .ilt f, Viv" , . .. . ,W .,,, w-,-... -,-, --,,g ,, , ,M , Q- --..-- . . . . ,- Y ---- , ii l , 1,- x...i' uf- f-- --- O W-A - --.- f-- .... -- -V f' W-'h-it --'-- ' Y 1 4 I ,.V-. - Y , , .t-?,--..--lil 0, A A --...l1....-..--- Y Y V f , I 55 r 2 w 71 -. .4 . 3 O O z 3 2 1 1-,g, g.... ,ll .......,-.. -. 4. ,-,-, 1..- -+....---- "'fsf,1,f'j" ' ""i ,,,.v1.-.. , ,- ,Yi --11 Y, A-N vp WV? 9 1 5? ! fgii r, 'F iff rl' i I i .. Y- ,.--- W- ,....V... -.- """"' 'Y ' ' " ' """' ' "n"'- j - -'-- - f1 ' f A V..- Y - - --- Y, - ,..-...-t..-...i.LgL."...'.Lg1".....V 'jzgi' I.. .1 'Jlfi f..., I.TZ':.,....i gr 1.3 A. .g.... ,L - . ,.. L."i.:j:,'T,,", "' -', iii'-jf Y Y - ..i.........,-- . -Y -.......,........--,....Y- Y..--...-..... ....-..-.....h.---. ....., --..-..,-- --.-4. ...A --..., .-, .-........ - - Arg VW , ....-- - M- . -,--. 7444-7 .. ..-...... ---..-, Y Y V1 fr ---..- -Y .. ..,- .. ,- -...-....-- -.,.--- ,, ij .......i,.-.......-.- V.. ......- ls 3 3' 4 1 3 5 4 as 3 TX 3 9 1 -1 '1 gn -4 :Y 37 3 if 'J El . 5 :' U 35 E 3 5 3+ Li :Q W -4 'T -3 -4 ,i 3 :E 5 3 J 3 EE, FHCWQHIL PWIW H U 'I J ri 1 Q - BOB WURSTER Center, Bob was the man who put the fight into the team by fighting all the way. No game finished without Bob in complete exhaustion from playing as hard as he could play, and no game finished without some always needed points made by Bob. We'll miss you, JOHN SITES Guard, he never found a man to guard that was of comparable' size all season, yet when HJaken took them over, their point-making spree stopped short. An aggressive, and smart player, he lead and steadied the team for most of the year. We are going to miss you, and hope you'll be easy on us when we play the Alumni next season. RUSSELL POOR Forward, a hard man to keep up with Hs a forward. Short, fast, and experienced. He has his off and on nights, but watch for him next year for Russell is a junior. DAVID ROETHER Forward, a hard fighting forward. He is always in there fighting until the final minute. This is Dave's first year on the varsity, but watch for Dave next year for he is a junior. LEONARD BAER He can either play guard or forward. Leonard is a very accurate shot, and a very smart player on defense and offense. Watch for him next year, for he will be back playing for the Wildcats. WILLIAM ROETHER Center, has the height and the ability of a center, he is a man hard to beat in getting the rebounds. He will be in there in the center position next year, for Bud is only a junior. JIM HAYES Guard, a small boy but one with form for a guard. Experience may make great improvement. Keep your eye on Jim for he will be back next year. RAX FLORE Forward, has the ability of a forward, but this is his first year on the basketball squad. He will be in there next year. Ray is a junior. GUY SCHMIDT Guard, one of the best players on the Reserve team. He is very good on defense. With more experience he will be a real player. A junior. TED YEWEY Center, on the reserve team. A fast and improving player with rebounding and pivoting his special. We can count on him for the next two years F Hi r , , , 3 ,,, gn 1. 'iflr-r lf Fl, D '- -:..f J- il 'f-fa n-q 4 11 15 .1-E -Q...-4 F.. 32? Lf? is-4 'W '-f -JL EIL --..- f-. T ,...1 .-..-...--- iE?'i"1'? . 1"-.-l', ri" 1::"-" 5 if fi zfifgifxgf-ff.. 1 f , ' ., ..- 3 T: F' 3 3 3 T3 'd 13 4 -v 5 3 -4 3 E' 4 3 75 .1 :iv 2. 725 E Ir E I1 ...J ll :Q E :Q ::- E Z' : :v :1 ID E E E 5 3 5 2 2 C? E 5 :J E :J 3 F: I 2 ULU 'l ll V UALUULULUJ LU LU.U.U Hull! L DOYLE BALLINGER Guard, his accurate shooting and speed will make him a leading player for Neptune in the future. Pete is a sophomore. RICHARD GRIMM Forward, a small boy but one with the form for a forward. Richard is only a sophomore. DON HARRIS Enjoys the game, and he will improve as he acquires more ability through practice. DONALD HEPPEARD Capable of becoming a player by more experience. We hope to see more of him in later years. LARRY KRUGER Forward, has form and ability to be- come vNeptune's best player. He is a sure shot, quick, and a hard man to beat. This is his first year. BOB WOLFE Forward, capable of becoming a player by more experience. We will see more of him in later years. MARION HEINDEL This is the first year for Marion. With more experience he will show great improvement. Watch for him in the future years. A freshman. HAROLD WOLFE Manager, a very capable manager. He likes to be with the boys. CHEERLEADERS Doris Ballinger, Esther Harner, Cora Vantilburg, and Delores Rhyne, for the Varsity. Betty Rhyne, Dorothy Kaylor, Myrna Baer, and Joan Michaels for the reserves. They are always willing to cheer the team on. This is the first year for all of them. MR. JACKSON Coach, always likes to associate with the boys in all kinds of sports. Boys appreciate working with him as much as he enjoys working with them. He is always on the job to assist in any way possible. He always has a smile for the team. SCORES OF GAMES NEP OPP NEP OPP 39, 51 53 83 Cridersville St. Henry Alumni 63 57 Ft. Recovery 37 82 Wren bl 53 Ridge A6 A8 I. C. H. S. 36 A2 Mendon bb 57 Coldwater 35 AL York 57 L3 St. John 31 5h I. C. H. S. 53 55 Cridersville 37 61 St. John h3 39 Mendon 33 53 Rockford A8 72 Sidney 38 L5 Mendon 3h 39 :1ggQ-1f'.1.?.-Eitifrgl E ifffziiweiffif sl 155, f- - ' -V ff- ...-Gr-2 -f-a:f+ T A 1' ' fizf- ,-,,251: : ' is A A jg-T W ' 5: 211: 3 :5: 4..iii"'f5iieiZ'EE, i5?-r-ff3 ? 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I 5"'w'f L, V . , 47 ,. it 1 Uv ss' L. . u aus--1-as:-1-qsa JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FIRST ROW-- Stanley Roediger Richard Cunningham Harold Wolfe Dick Barna SECOND ROW-- Delbert Piper Harold Slusser Bob Kaylor Mr. Jackson, Coach George Wilder Dale Fisher Y I W av.-,.., Y ,-Q.-U... ..--. F i - Y Y - ---.....-..Y.1.,i Y 1 1 w 3 I L .1 , -V Ll .., VW 'Y 2 1 '1 H 4 1? i . 1, gf 'I Y 1 VW JE 1 , , .L ,YY Y-.Y Y---Y- Y Y . . ..,-..Y Y Y Y Y,Y Y Y.. .Y,Y.Y...Y. -YYY YYY YY.....-...Y...-Y,Y--Y-..iY..Y,. YY Y YY YYYY. Y YY... -Y YYYY,-, -,,-YYT,YY..Y Y Y Y. YYYYYYY YYYYYYY --- --Q-+.Y , , A ...Y ..Yl....-.-.. ,.Y .YY.. -...--....Y.n ..,... YY- ,Y Y..YYY -....Y-...Y.-,.,.....---Y-7 - Y f 1 T i 'r ! I I I 5 W ,1- TJEYYY- . VARSITY -q...-..- ......-qu..-... ...---...-.....- -.. - 1 Li x 1 f F if gf 1 1 I 4 --q.--v-....-..-'-n- Cora Vantilburg, Delores Rhyme, Esther Harner, Doris Ballinger HHHHHJUEH Myrna Baer, Joan Michaels, Dorothy Kaylor, Betty Rhyne .-...-...-5. 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A--....-,+f- -A A - - 4,-Z.,.,--.... -,, .. .....--nas--u-n--44...- --n--no-an-n-sq-an ' a I Wi 5 ? gi - Q BASEBALL SQUAD FIRST Row-- Ted Yewey Russell Poor David Roether Bob Wurster Leonard Baer Ray Flore SECCND ROWH- Mr. Jackson, Coach Doyle Ballinger Larry Kruger John Sites Bob Wolfe Harold Wolfe, Manager -r-7-7-I Y7"7'?rr" vv v--7 v v, Y-v-.eq-v-v-v-,A,,V,,,,.,,,,,,v,vv,vvH --:L-- HA- - J-41-4-f ',L,.,,,-- ,. -,- y ,, .,W,....... A ...V .,,....- iigiifn ' ,, Wd - , M, ,.., ' 'Afffii ,. .,,,.. ali i L 5131? 1-'-3: :F-f Q L 65,4 1 -....-Y----.. . . Q" .' i,'f,f - Hajj. I Va-.--. . , -Y --+,v,, --,.....7,l.j .-Y , n , iv 5 4 -V 1 T H ' 1 R r--V+: r-'T,a Is' E' F ae Y f.,EE":- I 'i 4 .L-- ,.. , 11' :rg I L 7 ACTIVITIES X 4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,, I I W I I I I f I ' I I I I I ' I I I I I I ' ' I ' I , I ' I ' I I ' I ' I " I I I I ' I - I Y I ' I '- I ,.,- k I 4 I 4 I Y I - :I A -. LN 4 2 .--....-......- 1..,..1--... ' .-,,-...,., ,,,,,,,, - 1 . ! Q FIRST ROW Dorothy H Mar SECOND RCW Marjorie S Norma So b , ' ., 'QQ C 4 1 ' . 9 n - - 1, w. ,..- TRIDENT STAFF arner lene Frahm Thelma Figley Bob Wurster John Sites tephenson Matthews Miss Bair Editor-in-chief ----- Assistant Editor ---- Photography Manager- Advertising Manager- Sports Editor ------- Artist -------------- Chronologist -------- Subscription Manager Assembly Manager ---- Faculty Adviser ----- Bonnie Snavely Katherine Harris - ------------------Marlene Frahm -----------------Norma Matthews ------------Marjorie Stephenson --------------------Bob Wurster ---------------------John Sites -----------------Dorothy Harner ------------------Thelma Figley ---------------Katherine Harris ----------- -----Bonnie Snavely ----------------------Miss Bair , if if gl' , I it ...Ag -IF- 211 .Ag 1- I,..-,,,- , il- IRIHUH HISIURH The original idea for the school ann al came from the C'1ass of 1955. They chose the IDENT, as the name for this book. This name comes from a Roman myth in which the god of the sea, Neptune, was always shown holding in his hand a symbol called a trident. Due to some difficulties they were unable to complete the annua1f"The Class of 1954 published the first TRIDENT. The Class of 1938 was prevented in realizing its ambition to publish this book. The TRIDENT was published by the Class of '59 and '40 but in 1941 the war and the difficulty in getting materials made it impos- sible for this class to publish its edition of the TRIDENT. The annual was not published again until 1946. The Classes of '47, '48, and '49 kept up the good work and we are trying to .live up to their good record. We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who helped us di- rectly of indirectly to make this year's TRIDENT. We hope that all who read this collection of thoughts, words and memories enjoy it to the full- est extent. It will give the greatest enjoyment to us as seniors to look back upon it in our later lifes -,., .. idL11lQg.ALJg - -1- -1-r-' -f: f- Q. ,W 4+ 7, - f 4 , i r, , , Y 12' sf-ff -,-- ,.. f"'A .. ,,,E,,,, + ,-.,-- .r::1,..,+-il------ -- - 7-f 1.,- M-, , ,- , ,-.- ..i,,...i.,. ..-i-..-Q .....--n-..- i ii ...- --, - Q! A I H ii l 'Q 1.4111-xuuvv.-an v V-.. SCENTER STAFF FIRST ROW Dorothy Harner Marjorie Stephenson Norma Jean Matthews SECOND ROW Marlene Frahm Miss Bair Delores Rhyne Thelma Figley Donnie Snavely Katherine Harris John Sites Eob Wurster Jim Cunningham Editor --------------------- Marjorie Lou Stephenson Assistant Editor --------------------- Delores Rhyne Advertising Manager -------------------- Bob Wurster Assistant Adv. Manager -------------- Jim Cunningham Artist -------------------- --------- Dorothy Harner Jokes -------------------------------- Marlene Frahm Sports ---------------------------------- John Sites Class News ----------------------------- Kate Harris ---------------------------Thelma Figley Circulation -------------------- Norma Jean Matthews -------------------------Bonnie Snavely Faculty Adviser -------------------------- Miss Bair -3 if l, 3 1..- Y, ,, I :J H -.....,, 'E QSQET QKQ if Q1 SQXSQL QQQQSQ Q.5QQQQS'SQiQ11if QQ qt -51xsxxssssxxsssxsxsxsxxxs Ii Q-vs'-s nf RTV: vw..---a-.-.-ve. . ..-if--...-.,, ., ,. ..-...- -Y. 4.4...4Y44..44.- .. ... ..-- s...--A.4-44.-..4.4.4...4.-.....--V.,.., ..- ...--. ..-Q-.-. ..-- -M . --.........- -4--- -. .....-.-.-.-.--... ...-...1- SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST FIRST ROW Katharyn Harris Marjorie Stephenson v Dorothy Harner Thelma Figley Doyle Ballinger SECOND ROW Miss Bair John Sites William Roether Bob Wurster Bonnie Snavely Norma Jean Matthews Marlene Frahm GONE WITH THE GIRLS Marge Capp ------------------- Bonnie Jean Snavely Doris Capp ------ ----------------- Dorothy Harner Eve Capp ------ ----- ----------- Thelma Figley Sonny Capp ------------ ----- Doyle Ballinger Alecia Capp ----- - ------ Marlene Frahm Grandpa Capp -------------- ------ Bob Wurster Ora Peck ------------------------- Katharyn Harris Gregory Thatcher Van Steal ------------ John Sites Lenny Fair ------------------- Norma Jean Matthews Binny Ware --------------- Marjorie Lou Stephenson Captain O'Malley ---- ---------- William Roether Director- ----- - -------- - ----- - ----- ----Miss Bair Avy-evra'-rv vvvfvyvv-fvvevv-'vw--e---4 w....,v.--., ..,.-.,.,,, I , 4 f-: .T if 571 S , rl .'1 , 14 4, an gi , , lf! , , gl' gl? ..-N-. 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EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW Janis Hayes Rosemary Didrick A Etta Lou Crow JoAnne Piper SECOND'ROW Mr. Jackson Shirley Rhyne Harold Wolfe DicklBarna Helen Poor Robert Kaylorl .Delores Harner ABSENT--Billie Cain, Emily Taylor Y 77-Vw rv-y - vv Y vfr , uf, Y -vw Y fvfvf- w-- vvv ---v-vv--rv 7?-v7yv'v'rv -v v-v--w-v-. , v---. 1 , .4 , - -----ir! ---AA AA--- ,,,,-, .,. ,. -ME -i:-1221 -L52 ..-.id E 'rui-ffoffif ---..: A , -T-..-Wigygr , .. 1' -----'Z' ':'l'L:'f -...-- ..- .Ig N N ----- -.1 , ,....,----L'!: ------w-, """"'.'I.!j l:---.f Q21 ' -".-,'1""...,1 '-""""""f1L i..-.,:, .- 1 il, iifv , ....-.-4,4 , .. . v- . 9 Y Q. - if Tlfl ..L:,h'ljZ T ,...l..-..,, , l A --fig -?..i.... 'v 111 ......-.,-f'i '1----33135 ig... " r' ...nfl ,.....,.nw . , --1--QL ------Icy: .. .......TXQ'1 H-rwim ,..-..i.....,l-1 fJIL..'. 1Zj-:L - li-4,-:i1T" ' -L L E',.." "',..'- "lg-3 E EEEEgEf io , 5---J -II' , TT, . rf' -W A . 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Q 1-wg... un l si if M, I 1 l 5 4 FIRST ROW- SECOND ROW THIRD ROW- ABSENT ---- ' 4 J H .,...,-g-in-I--Q.. .- .4 FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE Marjorie Wurster, Mary Fisher, Bet- ty Harner, Freda Cain, Marjorie Nottingham, Barbara Preston, Bar- bara Bowen, Ruthann Hall, Lois Roediger. --Mrs. Sunderhaus, Dan Preston, Hare old Davis, James Matthews, Janice Wolfe, Mary Jane Beams, Renda Davis Evelyn Heindel, Kay Garwood, Harold Donovan, Dick Garwick, Ronald Barna John Purdy, Billy Didrick, Larry Heppeard, Dan Garwick, Dale Pummel, Bob Webb, Ronnie Freewalt, Gene Crow, Ralph Slusser, Kurt Piper. Rosalie Hines, Donald Zizelman. .11 11... 'R w-1--Q---....-.....L-1-1.4- . ..1-q1.-.-...q...--.- FIRST ROW- SECOND ROW THIRD ROW- ABSENT ---- 1 V., THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES --Linda Ballinger, Karen Piper, Betty Crow, Gloria Figley, JoAnn Davis, Anita Cisco, Joan Fisher. Irene Schmidt, Nancy Kruger, Connie Cisco, Jean Doenges, Judy Matthews, Cuba Garrison. --Donald Roediger, Glen Donovan, Daniel Dibble, Keith Garrison, John Purdy, Larry Poor, Jim Purdy, Mrs. Cisco. --Bob Eichar, Vernon Silver, Clara Mae Friday. ,, , 1, Y F L - ..-I ...,. -- -.--Q --Q- ...--.. . .-- H-'LL FIRST ROW- SECOND RCW THIRD ROW- ABSENT ---- I ,HSL - .-xY1iS'.:,x Egg, 22,4 gi ' '4 , -if isiiiihkmi .C --f i n.-...-Q .Q--.Q-qpygnqnfv FIRST AND SECOND GRADE Beverly Rhyne, Anna Lee Monroe, Doro- thy Wolfe, Ruth Ann Roediger, Karen Sweigart, Marlene Davis, Sheridan Miller, Lora Elder, Diana Figley. Charles Wurster, Donald Donovan, Fred Conkel, Barbara Rhyne, Linda Cisco, Sharon Stucky, Diana Doenges, Sandra Cisco, Donald Fisher. Mrs. Lohrentz, Jerry Braun, Paul Poor Billy Heindel, Danny Lehman, Wayne Freewalt, Johnny Kaylor, Dean Yocum, Kenneth Rasawehr. Gladys Friday, Charles Friday, Joey Voison, Willis Townsend, Billy Snider Junior Hines, Roger Zizelman. .5 :T-. Qi - d' "eil Mrs. Wanda Hubley -g....' f,' 4i1 -- . -.- , Y-.--....V,..-.. -A . iitxj'-'-2, U , A. ,Y W--- -V ,....-.---....,.,.. ..,-.- Y, ,.. --.-....,-....---...-.- , -m .... -1.5- ,4 f v- . .X . -,. .,--.Y, -.-.- ', .' .. If ' WUWWWWI UJI I llilill in -1 I' ..4 "? "H . 1 1, I ...4 1 1 Q.: 2' -I w... ,- 5 :4 E' ':z ,Ef XI! MMD MMMU 9mm Eid E, :zh- Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct, Oct. Oct, Nov. Nov. Nov, Nov, Nov. Nov, Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. -4.1 -..... -.... .-q... u--4 -Qu-1 -.U-4 -KHHUHULUEH School started. Vacation over. Only went half a day. School is in session--another year of tor- ture. Seniors elect class officers. Juniors elect class officers. One week gone. Thirty-five more. --Juniors select class rings. No school--Junior Fair. Juniors select their class play THE ANTICS OF ANDREW. -HBurglars at Nep. Took about 359. Oh! You mean things! --One month gone. General Business Class visits Citizens Bank and the post office in Celina. They all lifted S500 but had to put it back. --First HScenterU published by Seniors. . --Seniors decided that Donald White of the Agler studios will take their pictures. --No school. Teachers meeting. Halloween Party at the school for the seventh and eighth grades. --Junior Class play ANTICS OF ANDREW. Good. --Armistice Day. We had school. Style Show by Home Economics girls. Oh! those pretty dresses. --Hunting for rabbits. No school. --Basketball game with Alumni. We woni 25--No school. Thanksgiving vacation, Basketball game at Uren. Qf. We lost. Basketball game at I. C. H. S. Lost. who did? We did. Juniors received class rings. Oh! that sparkleJ Booster Club meeting. Basketball game at Coldwater. Skating party sponsored by Seniors at the Celina Roller Rink. No one fell down??? High School Chorus sang at the Center Methodist Church. Basketball game here with St. Johns. Basketball game here with Cridersville. Basketball game here with Mendon. Christmas program by entire school. Jan.l--Christmas vacation. Back to school. L.. 1AJtu 1 3, Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan, Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Febo Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar . Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May May May May June 4 11 15 14 16 17 18 20 25 51 5 5 6 7 10 10 10 21 22 24 1 10 15 22 5 5 6 15 14 17 2 5 12 21 25 26 28 29 2 Basketball game with Sidney there. l2--Semester exams. Basketball game with Basketball game with --Group pictures. Ohl Basketball game with serves beat 47 to 16 the Holy Angels of St. Henry there. Ft. Recovery here. that poor camera: Ridge here. Re- seniors pick class piay GONE WITH me GIRLS. Basketball game with Seniors receive play Basketball game with to 45. Reserves won Mendon there. parts 0 York. We won! 57 57 to 20. Senior scholarship tests. Basketball game with I. C. H. S. here. Reserves Won 55 to 54. Booster Club meeting Basketball game with.St. John. We Won. 51 to 20 Basketball game with Rockford there. Seniors get play books. ll--Farmers Institute. The fifty-seventh. County Basketball Tournament. Washington's Birthday, no school. End of 4th Sixth Weeks. Grade Cards. They could have been better. Booster Club Spring Carnival. Here comes the King Q Queen. Seniors start play practice. uSpeak just a little louder.H Seniors picked class motto. Booster Club meeting. End of 5th six weeks. Only 6 more weeks. ll--Easter Vacation. Grade Cards. Those? Again? 15--Senior play GONE WITH THE GIRLS. So Good! Seniors receive name cards and commence- ment invitations. Rabbit supper--Losers treat winners of ticket sale. Junior-Senior Reception at Lima, Ohio Last HScentern published. Baccalaureate with the Rev. Norman Folk as speaker. 24--Final Exams. Oh! Brother??? Last Day of school. At last! We made it. Commencement with Glenn Isenbarger as speaker. Seniors leave for New York City. We are all eyes. Home again. Me for my bed! Q 4 1 -W Y i S CLASS OF 1905 Ray Murlin Raymond Cain Laura Stansberry CLASS OF 1906 Ivan Davis Nellie Lutz Clayton Severns Walter Springer Clyde Thomas Merle Langel Walter Dick CLASS OF 1907 Esther Carroll Cecile Carroll Boyd Kiser Blanchard Stoner CLASS OF 1908 A. A. Piper Nellie Zimmerman Ida Dine Salome Stansberry Doris Fisher Edith Fisher Frank Howick Pearl Bryant CLASS OF 1909 Minnie Kruger Grace Kelley Ellen Townsend Hazel Siler Mary Langel Bonnie Kiser May Fast CLASS OF 1910 Tom Severns Edna Kruger Francis Pierce McClellan Flowers Fred Lutz Ray Cantwell Ray Copeland Cecile Kiser Ada Moneysmith Ruth Shanklin Ethel Davis A I U iii H I .. Nelva Drury Dan hcKirnan CLASS OF 1911 Oreal Piper Ruth Hale Helen Langel John Pierce William Carroll Ernest Kelley Donald Lewis Tom Pierce Jessie Piper CLASS OF 1912 Vermont Young Cecile Griffith William Stoner CLASS OF 1913 Guy Hall Fred Sealschott Ralph Hays Flossie Fast Cecile Severns Marquis Lewis CLASS OF 191A Robert Stansberry Harry Kruger Ethel Carroll CLASS OF 1915 Ralph Schnarre Golda Carroll Marie Bowers Bernice Lewis Dee Young Gene Townsend Lena Fisher CLASS OF 1916 Lawrence Kruger Merle Drury Ada Fisher Ruth Davis Vere Cottrel Murlia Sealschott 1917-First Grade School. No Class CLASS OF 1918 Anna Stoner Florence Stoner Arthur Fishbaugh Ella Carroll Ruth Davis Jessie Lewis CLASS OF 1919 Floyd Young Nellie Lewis Anna Hankins CLASS OF 1920 Thelma Bowers Mary Townsend Erma Stoner Harold Lutz Vaughn Hall CLASS OF 1921 Opal Carroll Ferry Fast Bessie Lutz Albert Denny Opal Springer Wendel Elder Grace Townsend Lorence Thomas Doris Haruff CLASS OF 1922 Mable Boroff Sarah Townsend Lois Elder CLASS OF 1923 Frank Piper Merle Bogart Juanita Purdy Valentine Kruger Mildred Nolan Marion Lutz CLASS OF 192A Marion Ammerman Ernest Bogart Gifford Bair Clyde Wurster Raymond Fishbaugh Cecil Thomas - -K-U vixd- H V W --W L '-"- , il. f'.'. ','.f'-' '.'f"'.ff ."'l"' ",""" Y 0' ' 7 ' Y: ,- , , , - ,..- - , , , , .- - ,, 4... -, V--,- ,, 4.1. . Y. ..- . 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Lucille Elder Velma Hall Loren Wurster CLASS OF l925 Stanley Simmons Robert Grubbs Bernice Simmons Edna Roether Guy Nolan Robert Ammerman Helen Lewis Dale Wurster CLASS OF 1926 Herman Hankins Leroy Purdy Paul Hainline Maxine McAtee Hazel Yewey Kenneth Kimmel Stanley Nottingham CLASS OF 1927 Cryl Stauffer Elsie Bair Rowena Lewis Hiram Crow Edith Simmons Eddith Fast William Kinkley Frederick Cain Hubert Feeman Carl Smith Meredith Hayes Stella Shimp Bernice Shimp CLASS OF 1928 Evelyn Kimmel Erma Hinton Ruby Lewis Vera Selander Marion Hainline Nellie Copeland Kenneth Springer Helen Williams Erma Selander CLASS OF 1929 Mildred Fast Mary Copeland Lucille Stauffer Thelma Yewey Mae Sheets 1 Kenneth Williams Carl Deerhake Margaret Rice CLASS OF 193O Lois Ammerman Ned Stearns Fern Yewey Ruth McAtee Angus Purdy Helen Frysinger Eugene Simmons CLASS OF 1931 James Brinkman Clarence Purdy Zola Shimp Wayne Piper Vernon Williams Stanley Cantwell Lowell Dine Rex Stauffer CLASS OF 1932 Virginia Brinkman John Townsend Melba Rasawuhr Ward Piper Vera Martin Emery Wurster Esther Emerick Robert Kruger Grace Copeland Robert Bowers Lucille Lewis CLASS OF 1933 Marie Rice Beryl Davis Wanda Shimp Naomi Brodbeck Mae Copeland Edna Rhoades Ada Martin Wilbur Thomas Ted Sanders Ruel Harner Walter Piper John Houts Roger Lutz CLASS OF l93L Bessie Ammerman Bernice Rice Pauline Poor Evelyn Rasawuhr Margaret Hutchinson Leota Lewis Mary Alice Brown Dorothy Yewey Ernest Williams Fern Suhr William Cisco Edwin Hasis Harry McAtee Edith Servis Jane Thomas Wauberga Sanders CLASS OF 1935 Vernon Barber Ruth Kruger Dorothy Hamilton Dale Houts John Stauffer Pauline Stauffer Charles Dutton Donald Poor Ruth Kuck Verna Now Jack Lutz Lowell Piper Ralph Rasawuhr Eugene Brodbeck Charles Shimp Mildred Harner Robert Houts Madonna Emerick CLASS OF 1936 Norman Pierce Mildred Rhoades Ruby Rhoades Joseph Lewis Edna Denney Ethel Denney Evelyn Wurster Leona Hecht Harold Steinecker Harold Hainline Ellen Piper Paul Piper Helen Claus Gladene Protsman Dale Thomas Mabel Piper Helen Brown Pauline Poppe Lela Suhr Ruth Cisco --------'------f 1 J lf 445 1, .5 Ali, ji-Tifi.: v li :Y -Y gr f- '+ f , f -5---gf-2T2++F-31?-': g: ff - A - 11 ff, T i 1 . -LL -T'1'..'J.'I'1iT'TT1 :..4g..:-.. 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V .-,...... --,1 ' 1'-gii.-i-L1 ' -,- - Y: 7.E'j M----f a E. -.:--..T- -,--, --, ' i I -Y V V -A , -..- ..- -f - , - -.-Q " f..1f-'If-TZ TlfL.--..,, T f C ASS OF 1937 J hn Webb Deyle Martin Guy Robert Adams Mark Stose Rita Shimp Beatrice Brodbeck Hope Suhr Lucille Hbuts Eathyle Kuhn Mary Beougher Esther Webb Mable Sickles Marcella Findlay Evelyn Meyers CLASS OF 1938 Phyllis Shimp Mary Ellen Barber Carl Copeland Guy Glass Robert Wurster Stanley Brookhart Lois Stauffer Eugene Davis Opal Servis Irene Kuck Rachel Brodbeck Clarence Burnett Carl Hecht' Stanley Shellebarger John Stose Era Sweigart Blaine Cisco CLASS OF 1939 Ruth Baker Margaret Meyer Eugene Stauffer Dorothy Brookhart Donald Fisher Hazel Copeland Gilbert Gordon Merlie Fast William Meyers Fred Grimm Dean Lhamon Oreal Harner Lyndel Piper Ruth Houts Raymond Rice CLASS OF l9hO Audrey Rasawuhr VGEEQQLEEQEQQEHV, Ole Sites Juanita Fisher Margaret Williams Snowden Sites Eugene Brown Robert Chapman Corrine Doenges Bernice Gordon Mary Grimm Lucille Harner Clifford Lutz Ann Poor Neale Roebuck Paul Suhr Kenneth Wolfe Alberta Wurster CLASS or 19hl Harold Protsman Gertrude Rice Bobby Sweigart Carl Brookhart Betty Shively Glenn Hasis Betty Sweigart Esther Ray Brooks Shimp Dorothy Burnett CLASS or l9h2 Cletus Harner Ruby Harner Fern Ray Kerman Kuhn Harold Vantilburg Calvin Houts Robert Poor Oreal Fast CLASS OF 19h3 Tom Lutz Charles Schmidt Katharyn Huey Iris Smith Gertrude Hbltman Marjorie Rice CLASS or l9hh Dana Piper Ruth Spicer Richard Lamb Ned Wurster Helen Flore Wilma Smith Bonnie Webb y.4a..a.-.d .r....-..,.-...A f .:,. .. 1- 4. .. .. -. .--t,.W....,......,.--- ... . . Irene Wharton Betty Leugers Arrilla Doenges Glen Harner CLASS or l9hS Harry Barber Earl Johnson Marilyn Shimp Mary Sites Mary Lee Dickman Miriam Poor Margaret Baer Naomi Smith CLASS or l9h6 Carol Wolfe Velone Houts Dwight Bair Bill Sites Ellen Grice Thelma Fisher Don Preston Joe Suhr Homer Rice oLAss or 19h7 Ladonna Baer Martha Sites Madonna H arner Owen Hall Ronald Smith Ralph Schnarre, CLASS or 19MB Wilma Morrison Tom Holtman Robert Flore Glenn Matthews, Jane Webb Deloris Fast Belva Harner Nora Lea Snavely CLASS or 19h9 Dorthy Wurster Dorothy Bair Ted Ballinger Elden Houts Waneta Michaels Lois Baer Dean Lewis Jack Sweigart E 41 Li- r fr ,Yi 13,311 15' Q' ' Q' + 2 11A ,Q 1 1 , , , f Y H , , 5' --ll. - 'YU Y' N F i qw' J -1 , 4 N . ' : f . 3x X A I . is ' : xl A Q: A 5 r th f 1 . "' ,Qr Q '- s 5 1 Q " ' U n .A C' ' . x N' - ' Q ""4E:lj E"' A"F 42-1 I ,Z 'Of' .., ' 53 'Q 5 'S I 'X' lx X. xx J 's U k QP x IS , Qyfy . 'Y ! E5 e. 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HDidn't make much, did you, John?N HNope,U was the cheerful answer, Wbut I had its com- pany all summer. NSorry you were sick, Bud. What was the matter?H HI had clothing sickness.H . UClothing sickness? What's that?H Wwell, I had a coat on my tongue, and my breath came in pants.n M. D.--NWhy do you have H-LL-R tattooed on your back?N Mr. Rahmann Con sick calll--HThat's no tattoo. My wife ran into me while I was opening the garage door.H Miss Bair had just purchased a postage stamp. NMust I stick it on myself?H she asked. UPositively not, Madam,W replied the postal clerk. Wlt will accomplish more if you stick it on the envelope.N Hotel Clerkf-NDid you take a bath?W Thelma--HNo, is one missing?W Dave--HWhy did you sell your alarm clock?U Leonard--Wlt kept going off while I was asleep.n The owner of a big Cadillac brought it back to the garage in a horribly battered condition. The attend- ant asked, UWhat in the world happened?n NA Ford hit me,W the owner replied glumly. 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'I-I-I-5 'I x " ' " A-N1,fv'N'7 - 1-f'fff:f. Sf'-Q fm' WN 'LX' ,Ag N "Y XR- 'Nl X5 'W' 2 'V:fQ,f1l.1f-QSX 'X gm Q2 rs -1 r'4Eh. d2?Ww f,.,lEggQ . vile' viii: H QD fQfV,Jeff 2?EgXQg5f,m5 ,..1 if -4.1 iggfgki a , We, the CLASS of 1951, wish to dedicate this TRIDENT to those from Center Township School who are now serving our Country in the Armed Forces and to those of our own number who may soon be called into service. Especially we wish to men- tion our classmate, Leonard Baer, who joined the Army Air Force last summer. It is the hope and prayer of the CLASS of 1951, as it is of all freedom-loving people, that peace might reign again in this world, that those who are serving in battle areas might be returned safely to their families and friends, and that the ravages of war might never be felt in our United States. cf f Kiev: fxxrgr 9421 . X ,E 5 X ,N -3? , g ifffgg f ,.,., .l,1,.Q. 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T --.,. , ,df fp-3,5 Y L' 54 ,if ...'L, V it Y Y + iw.-,-,....,,----- - .,.,kvg-, , W r- --Y - 1 " f 14 ig- ' ' T17 215, 2 ei l A iff. 4T,,j'l iii , i"gTY:'iV L V Y 4- ' - ,WY ,, i L 4 , , ,,,,- ,-Y, ,,.- ,-..- , - o -,Vp ' 4 4 +A ii A:' ui 1 f A -QQ- 3f 25 ii f fi 2 A - 22 fi gi 1 1215? i A A :. 9 2 A Y L LI , -I3-E' 'Pi' 1'JA? T i' Y 1-if if T V -F v f-Z' J ' ".,,.it iii' ,Y Y V, xiii" ff-7 V!! - .-. . l. DR HARRY L. RAHMANN, Superintendent Findlay College, Bachelor of Arts, 1936 west Liberty State Teachers College, 1937 Springfield College, Massachusetts, 1946 Lighthouse Bible College, Illinois Master of Arts. 1947 Doctor of Literature, 1948 Doctor of Divinity, 1949 Indiana University Franklin High School, Pa. 1941-45 Celina High School, 1945-46 Mendon High School, 1946-48 Center Township High School, 1948- Chemlstry, English, German, Theology, Physical Science, Physical Education ELSIE E. BAIR, Sponsor Bowling Green State University Bachelor of Science in Education, 1940 Findlay College Business Education Indiana University Master of Science in Education, 1949 Center Township High School, 1942- Business Education, Mathematics, History English, Earth Science HAZEL M. YEWEY Findlay College Bachelor of Arts, 1945 Indiana University Master of Science in Education, 1950 Center Township High School, 1945- English History, Social Science, Home Economics DALE SCHLATTER Coach Bowling Green State University Bachelor of Science in Education, 1950 Indiana University Physical Education, Biology, Industrial Arts lFHr' L.,Mf 'C "f1P ,I '21 SENIURS - DELORES RHYNE President 4 Scenter Editor-in-chief 4 TRIDENT Staff 4 Scenter Staff 3 Cheerleader 3,4 Librarian 1, 2, Class Reporter 2 Chorus 2,3,4 'Darling Brats' l 'Antics of Andrew' 3 'Rest Assured' 4 DAVID ROETHER Vice-President 2, 4 President 3 Scenter Staff 4 TRIDENT Staff U High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 'Antics of Andrew' 3 , a 'Rest Assured' 4 H , A xr O ESTHER HARNER ' ' Secretary 4 Secretary and Treasurer 2 Librarian 2, 3, 4 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 Scenter Staff 4 TRIDENT Staff 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Carnival Queen 3 'Antics of Andrew' 'Rest Assured DORIS ANN BALLINGER Class News Reporter 1 Treasurer 4 President 2 Secretary 3 Cheerleader 3, 4 Librarian 3, 4 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 Scenter Staff 4 TRIDENT Staff 4 'Here Comes Charlie' 2 'Antics of Andrew' 3 'Rest Assured' 4 CORA VANTILBURG Claes News Reporter 4 TRIDENT Staff 4 Scenter Staff 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 Librarian 1, 3, 4 'Antics of Andrew' 3 'Rest Assured' 4 JAMES HAYES Vice-President 3 Class Reporter 3 Librarian 4 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 x" Scenter Staff 4 ,.., TRIDENT Editor-in-chief 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 'Here Comes Charlie' 2 nAntios of Andrewn 3 'Rest Assuredn 4 GUY SCHMIDT Vice-President 2 :ab Treasurer 3 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 .di Soenter Staff 4 TRIDENT Staff L+ - 11 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ,,r nAnt1cs of Andrew' 3 B J Agigiggga naest Assured' 4 ,QEEEEQ . UQQQQ Egg? .. WILLIAM ROETHER High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 'Z ' . 1' Scenter Staff Z ,,J x,- 91 TRIDENT Staff 14' Baseball 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 , 'Gone with the Girlsn 3 ' W . 'Antics of Andrew' 3 nRest Assured' 4 D, A I fHwwgwWLf 5+ -wr ' ,,. ff- A 'Z , , 1 43: Q-1 J' . 'JAMES CUNNINGHAM High School Chorus Scenter Staff 3, 4 TRIDENT Staff 3, 4 Baseball 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2 'Antics of Andrew' 2, 3, 4 rg .dl - of 'Rest Assured' 4 3 ii? xqg? g ' V x N-I RAY FLORE 1:3 High School Chorus 2, 3 4 Scenter Staff 4 N TRIDENT Staff 4 Basketball 1 3 Baseball 3, 4 'Antics of Andrew' 'Rest Assured' 4 RUSSELL POOR President 1 p g.. Carnival King 2 High School Chorus 2, 3, 4 Scenter Staff 4 TRIDENT Staff 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 'Here Comes Charlie' 2 A 'Antics of Andrew' 3 3 'Rest Assured' 4 M.. 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Argo Sudduth Vocal Solo . ........... . . Delores Rhyne Salutatory . ........... . Doris Ballinger Presentation of Eighth Grade Certificates. . .... . . . . . Mr. Glen West, County Superintendent Valedictory. . . . . ......... Delores Rhyne Class Address ......... Dr. Robert W. Richey Director of Student Teaching, Indiana University Presentation of Awards and Class . . . . . . . . . . . ............. Dr. Harry L. Rahmann Presentation of Diplomas ..... . Mr. Lee Roether . . . . . . President of thc Board of Education Presentation of Senior Gift ...... David Roether Benediction in Song ........ High School Chorus uThe Lord's Prayern 'L JL .V 'L in n nf ' Class Motto B what you 72 Class Flower . . . . . . . White Carnation Class Colors . . .Blue and White Class Adviser. . . . . Miss Bair 157 'gnu-1 ,914 . -fl 'Li , T , Y 13 5 und , 1 ir H 'a Y, 13 -, -4, YJ + I F!-i'P'1i,, E ' it 5 Q , 5 Hi gp he "1 i ik' : -+4 1 if rl 91? 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About the middle of the year Mary Howell moved to Buckland. Doris Ballinger was president for this year. As nJolly Juniorsn we had thirteen in our class again because Helen Martin had joined us at the beginning of the year. David Roether was our president this year. We started off our big moments by presenting the junior class play The Antics of Andrew. On May 5, we entertained the Seniors at a reception in their honor in the Crys- tal Room of the Hotel Argonne at Lima. Seven of our boys were on the basketball team and four of our girls were varsity cheerleaders. Eleven nDignified Seniorsu came back this year to complete their education. We are sorry that Leonard Baer and Helen Martin were not with us this year. Leonard had decided to work for Uncle Sam and had joined the Air Force, and Helen had moved to Columbus. We chose Delores Rhyne as our presi- dent. On April 6, we presented our senior class play Rest Assured. 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It was my sad duty when the decedent in ques- tion felt that it was time to set her house in order to be called to her assistance as a duly authorized attorney of the bar of Neptune of the State of Ohio, and I am here to inform you that this will was prop- erly signed and witnessed in my presence, and that in compliance with all forms of the laws of this state this testament is absolutely and unalternbly perfect and impeccable. Although her physical weakness in her last hours was very great, her brain was phenomenally bright and active: therefore whatever bequests she makes, although they may not seem the happiest selections to her beneficiaries, were made to the best of her judgment and discretion. We, the Class of 1951, bequeath the following: FIRST: To the faculty, we will all of our old torn and used books, our paper and pencils, and our class picture to hang in the study hall for the inspira- tion of future classes. SECOND: To the Junior Class, we will our ability to publish the SCENTER on time. THIRD: To the Sophomore Class, we will our visits to the office and all the mistakes we have made. FOURTH: To the Freshman Class, we will our quiet- ness. FIFTH: I, Doris Ballinger, will my cheering ability to Betty Slusser and my dark hair to Don Webb. SIXTH: I, James Cunningham, will my size to James Johnson and my manners to Romilda Becher. SEVENTH: I, Ray Flore, will my quietness to the sophomore girls and my girl friends to Bob Wolfe. 1 -4 -Q I i EIGHTH: I, Esther Harner, will my brown eyes to Dorothy Kaylor and my fair complexion to Dick Barna. NINTH: I, James Hayes, will my driving ability to Dick Grimm and my straight hair to Chester Lee Stephenson. TENTH: I, Russell Poor, will my ability to tell tall tales to Marion Heindel and my politics to Marilyn Matthews. ELEVENTH: I, Delores Rhyne, will my singing ability to Myrna Baer and my figure to Etta Lou Crow. TWELFTH: I, David Roether, will my height to Betty Jean Rhyne and my black beard to Larry Kruger. THIRTEENTH: I, William Roether, will my way with the girls to Don Harris and my daily nap in history class to Don Heppeard. FOURTEENTH: I, Guy Schmidt, will my bashfulness to Butch Greber and my ability to watch curves to Pete Ballinger. FIFTEENTH: I, Cora Vantilburg, will my brilliant ideas to Ted Yewey and my history book to Joan Michaels. In Witness Whereof, We, the Class of 1951, the testators, have to this will set our hand and seal, this twenty-seventh day of May, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred fifty-one. SIGNED: ,D Af x , .1-I ,q Eg' Qs! r f'D5,.. Zf'l9 ,xg g it-25 2 L 1 ,om X ' A Q??j:JZ 3 frf FJ' ?h'i7f: afigmfli, ,gjfaayi ff".2Qf'1 f -Q,,4.z:f,f1 ' "ffl .JLU'5 f -ff . I .Q X ' WITNES SES : X QQ1J.E4M5.f.f www e -. I . s 49- ,744 Faculty r- p.. vb - ,..- ,.. ..-- ,... ..- , , ,..- , ... . , 1- 0- -- f Q -. u .4 4 -Q .1 L, , v I r .. .. C . ,- r p, ,- .. P -v ,- '- .. 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Since my crystal ball has not arrived, I shall have to read the tea leaves to get this knowledge. Remember, the tea leaves don't lie. Dim the lights, and give me your attention for a few minutes. The leaves are telling me something. Wait! Let the words fall in place. What's this! There seems to be something about a tea cup. Is it? Yes, it is Doris serving tea to---let us see---to a cus- tomer at Doris's Hamburger Heaven. Who is the cus- tomer? It looks like---yes, it's her husband mid their three children. Her h1sband's name is covered by a strange looking tea leaf. This leaf wasn't in the cup before. It is trying to tell me something. Oh! A new process for dyeing hair has been dis- covered by Esther Harner. She has been a practicing beautician for the past twenty years and has dis- covered a process in which you use these strange tea leaves to bleach and dye hair. She has a customer now. Why, It's Dave Roether! He's having his hair bleached. Won't he look strange with blonde hair and a five o'clock shadow? What?? He married a girl from Rockford! Wonder what she'll say about this bleaching job??? The leaves are forming a circle. That must mean that there is a race track at Neptune. Oh, yes! It's a hot-rod race track and its owner is Bud Roether, a millionaire, who became rich after getting a job in Washington, D. C., during the Senior trip in 1951. He came home to settle down in quiet old Neptune. He has two of the world's best hot-rod drivers under contract. Jim Cunningham and Jim Hayes are competing for the title of "The World's Champion Hot-Rod Driver." The leaves are spreading out into straight rows with one large leaf at the head. That must signify a school room and Cora Vantilburg is the teacher. There seem to be a few familiar faces. Yes! It's Mr. and Mrs. Schlatter's children. My! Three faces that look alike! Of course, they're triplets. Their daddy seems to be principal at Neptune where the children are taught by Cora Vantilburg. The leaves seem to change again. They are standing on end. Now I remember Russell Poor always liked to write things. He must have become an author. The title of his book is The Tea Grows In Neptune. Wait! It looks as if Miss Yewey, Miss Bair, and Dr. Rahmann have retired from teaching and now own and manage a tune. That must be tea company right here in Nep- where Russell got his idsa for the best-selling novel of the year. Now the leaves turn rather black. home which they Ray Flore liked his well that he became seem to bow their heads and Maybe---yes, it is a funeral telling me about. It seems that part in the senior class play so a mortician after graduation. HPS What's this---Guy Schmidt seems to have become a scientist. He has discovered a principle for embalming bodies. He stuffs them with---of all things---tea leaves! It seems he has discovered a good many new uses for tea leaves. The leaves are getting darker. Slowly they dissolve and I can read no more of the future. I'm glad my crystal ball didn't come. The tea leaves seemed to be mixed up in the future of a lot of people. Oh, well, I might try reading them again sometime. Delores Rhyme TAKE TIME Take time to live: It is one secret of success. Take time to think: It is the source of power. Take time to play: It is the secret of youth. Take time to read: It is the foundation of knowledge. Take time for friendship: It is the source of happiness. Take time to laugh: It helps to lift life's load Take time to dream: It hitches the soul to the stars. Take time for God: It is life's only lasting investment. nIf'you want to respect people think of you.N bo miserable, think much about your- you like, what and what people ---Charles Kingsley self: about what you want, what ought to pay you, "-.YA JUNIQIRS 11- Yf Q - , QI 23 'I fl .2 I . L v u :Q -. v v. 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' - y YY' ,Q N,.Y,,,,.. 1...-1---1---7 C W Y Y , , -v----. 1..--...v.,,-..- -Pi-A'-I-A,-. it JUIWQR I-XXSTQINY In September, l9h8, four girls and six boys entered the halls of good old Neptune as freshmen. As our chief director for the year we chose Richard Grimm, with Miss Bair as our faithful adviser. The ten of us had the thought of striving to do our very best. In September, l9h9, we assembled again to find only eight to go on toward success. Much of our green was worn off and we were ready for our sopho- more year of high school life. During the year, Henry Greber, from Mendon, decided to join in with us, thus increasing the number from eight to nine. We are glad to say that during this year Chester Stephenson was crowned the King of the Spring carni- valg this was an important moment for our class. For this year we chose Chester Stephenson as our guide, with Miss Bair as our class adviser. We entered the Fall of 1950 with still nine faithful members. This was an important year because of the extra activities of junior life. We chose Don Heppeard as our leader and Miss Yewey as our faithful adviser. On November 2, l9SO, we pre- sented our class play, Pleased ta Meetcha, with the help of some other classes. In the spring we had the delightful task of entertaining the' seniors. We gave them a reception in the Crystal Room of the Hotel Argonne in Lima, Ohio All through our high school life in Neptune we have been very active. We are proud to disclose that our class has been represented all three years on the basketball team, with at least five boys as members. We feel we have made a good beginning and hope to go on to our senior year with even greater accomplishments. 'SD 5 sovuomoluzs -nf 7f ...... ..-....-.--.---1.- 5: I! fi 5 - 4 -4---1-..-..4... .gun-.gp -.-- -...Q-1-o. SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW Betty Jean Rhyne Dorothy Kaylor Larry Kruger Bob Wolfe Marion Heindel Joan Michaels SECOND ROW Miss Bair Esther Hecht Don Webb Myrna Baer Betty Slusser CLASS OFFICERS President ---------------------------- Bob Wolfe Vice-president ---- ---- Dorothy Kaylor Secretary -------- ---------- Myrna Baer Treasurer ------ ---- Betty Jean Rhyne Reporter ------- ------ Larry Kruger Class Adviser--- -------- Miss Bair 11 , , , , it rv., ..Y,, ,.. , 1 1"' - ji ,, -as-Q1-5 . .1 1.7 vww- -0- .:,-' , 4 .-..-.......... A --4h....- 5, -U ---...i,-., - - Q- ... -iq.. -. --,.1., far- , ,2,,, 4... ,-....-- , , , T, ,1?- if, 7.1, 79 '1 PW ,L- SQPHCWNQRE I-HSTQRY Ten green freshmen entered Neptune High School on September E, l9h9. The first big event of the year was the initiation the seniors gave us. For our freshman year we had Miss Yewey as our adviser. We chose Larry Kruger, Presidentg Myrna Baer, vice- presidentg Betty Jean Rhyne, secretary-treasurer, Marion Heindel, class reporter. This year we had three boys playing basketball and two playing base- ball. Four of the girls were reserve cheerleaders. To begin our sophomore year, we still had ten students. Miss Bair was our class adviser. We chose Bob Wolfe, presidentg Dorothy Kaylor, vice- presidentg Myrna Baer, treasurerg Betty Jean Rhyne, secretary, Larry Kruger, class reporter. This year we had four boys playing basketball and two playing baseball, and the four girls were still in there serving as cheerleaders for the reserve basketball team. In our freshman year we nominated Betty Jean Rhyne for Queen and Larry Kruger for King. They were to compete against the other classes. In the sophomore year we chose Myrna Baer for Queen and Bob Wolfe for King. We, as Sophomores, are looking forward to our future years in Neptune High School hoping to do our best toward preparing for a successful future. Bob Wolfe, just rejected: Then this is absolutely final? Myrna Baer: Quiteg shall I return your letters? Bob: Please. There's some very good material in them that I can use again. Miss Yewey: Who was the smartest inventor? Larry Kruger: Thomas A. Edison. He invented the phonograph and radio so people would stay up all night and use his electric light bulbs. Q- , '1 22321 v- 5155 ii!-H-B 1.174 i. f 1:2 Ang .., -Q - ..--,...... V..----.,.- .. -..- .0 .Z - ',,-- ,g,.41.:'-.L - --..,-.. ....-f--... ., A . -....- -- -....---, -H--... ',.TT1'f'L' Y. , 7? -' 'TL ?-322' W .:.:x rg..-.1 -:.:.::' QL.-"JIM 31 ' 1, L, 1-iffggiffl 1 1 il ' fig -'f Y , ,,,,,,.-W,,.-, 13 rye: t, i5 ' g3:asf ,- , .-.......---..---7..,-1 Y,, ...-Q.. . --. --..-......l-- ...... V ...-..4-...-Q .lg- .lf?""?'T ---Y---' --" Y' f'f,-193' --.....,,......-.--.- ,--... 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A f -5 A - Vw-V-g,g, 3 'V-,.. ..,- :i-.T :.....-,.....--.- , '---'---- 1 f ' f - -"f- 7- '----it Y, ii , ,"',,. Y if ---v '--' -'f---Y -V Y '- - I: 1 F I JIT -. ,f V -A- -V J- - - AV ' "' ' V ., -if Y- --, -- f ff -- - ff' Y - ?2' ,-VV. 1 ig, A., I, b F pi... ,.. - v Y YY Y Y, L -1. - A 3 Clrrsv -gr if lusx-11.-lg FIRST ROW Reber SECOND ROW Miss President ----- Vice-president Secretary ----- Treasurer ----- Reporter ------ Class Adviser- FRESHMAN CLASS t Kaylor Janis Hayes ' , Dick Barns J Etta Lou Crow Harold Wolfe Yewey James Johnson Deloris Harner ' Shirley Rhyme - Helen Poor CLASS OFFICERS JoAnne Piper Bill Cain ---Bill Cain --Dick Barna ---JoAnne Piper -Janis Hayes ----Deloris Hnrner --Miss Yewey PRES!-XMAN I-HSTQR It was on September 5, 1950, ten green but eager freshies entered high school at Neptune We entered with the thought of improving our ways instead of imitating someone else. The seniors gave us an initiation party on September 22, IQEO. In the middle of the year our class increased to eleven, for James Johnson moved from Kentucky to join us. To lead us through our freshman year, we chose Bill Cain, president, Dick Barna, vice- president, JoAnne Piper, secretary, Janis Hayes, treasurer, Deloris Harner, class reporter, with Miss Yewey as adviser. Three out of five of our boys played basket- ball and one played baseball. We continued through the year still standing firm to our theme. Bill Cain: nDad, what is meant by the three R's?n Mr. Cain: HMy boy, the three R's are well known through life. At twenty-five it's Romance, at forty-five it's Rent, and at sixty it's Rheuma- tism.H Janis Hayes, HI wonder how old Miss Yewey is.n Etta Lou Crow: NQuite old, I imagine, they say she used to teach Caesar.n Mr. Rahmann: nDick, I thought I told you to draw a train. You've drawn only the engine and no cars.U Dick Barna: Uwell, the engine will draw them.N Policeman: nHow did you get up that tree?N Tramp: NAin't you got no sense? 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Q- '- -- 4 , ,W 7.1 --- 11--- ,,, ..- ,...- " , f 35 5 I gl .gn , l W? ir Q If 43 i ., .l,.,...i-1 ,lil-1:1 .,,-.ll.1-1u- YY ,-,, 1 ,,,,- -,..-..- , . ,-.,...1-il Q- ,,.i..l-1l- ,,- Y-Y ..-.---T.11..-1- v. y ,U-.....,...1-1-1-1 -------+ "T ,-,.-..-----1 Y-'AL' - -. 1, 'L ,A ,i, , -,gi :'1'T, ,l'1- .- cf? njdmzmtm lxfgni m vW Wifl ,V .......i....l..... --.1-...-.-..-...--.-.-. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW Dick Garwick Doyle Ballinger Bud SECOND ROW Roether Butch Greber Ted Yewey Richard Grimm Coach Schlatter Ronald Barna Larry Kruger Bob Wolfe Guy Schmidt Dave Roether - Russell Poor Dick Barna ABSENT-- Chester Stephenson 4 tn ,L - T-Ir "gl, , ,,,TYT'.. iii- .1.,.4.i,1.li ..,..,,-...- ..- 4, K ' L .1...-.. A ,,- , - 1-...., ,lv Y' :bi -n BASKETBA,Q,L SQUAD QEQ IEEE! Junior, Center and Captain. Ted's fine aoility to lead his team was proven many times. High scorer for the season and one of our key men on both baokooards. ' QICQ CHLQM Iunior, Guard, Dick's fire ball handling and oneehanded shooting was a decisive factor in many GS the Nildcatsf victories. QAQQQ BQHQHQB Senior, Forward. A veteran member of last year's squad, Dave's height made him a threat around those backboards. - QlbhlAM HQEIHEB Senior, Forward. He was hindered by injuries early in the season, but returned to give the opponent much trouble on dtennse, inter- cepting passes, and blocking many shots. HQSSELL QQQH Senior, Forward. A hard fast-playing forward with a deadly back shot. There is no stop- ping him on one of his hot nights. QQ! SCHMIDT Senior, Forward. Showed remarkable improvement this year. Pleased many fans with his one-handed set shots. Always dependable. QQXQQ QALLINGER Junior, Guard. One of the shorter members of the squad, Pete's speed, ball handling, and deadly accuracy made him first-string material. Pete also won the foul shooting contest. QQQQH GREBER Junior, Center. Butch had the least experience at the start of the season, but later his improvement made him continually a dangerous threat. QQNALD HEPPEARD Junior, Forward. Anewcomer, Don showed much improvement and thrilled fans with his shots. Always played a cool game. CHESTER STERHENSON Junior, Center. One of the main cogs on the reserves. His deadly one-handed push shots won many games. One of the coolest players. LARRY KRUGER Sophomore, Guard. Larry's speed and shooting was a big factor in many reserve victories. He will be a real contender for a place on the starting five next year. ,,.... 1i.. 1"" v in V j Q EAR ' V' I + f f Y +A i 1 ,g 2 fi if f ,, ,g + ' , , 1 1?-has +-v:1 ,J '35 3' Ji 1 ,1, -gg? V , ' 4 +.:: ++ .L ,377 A ,+ in ,:1.j.T V 1-, - Q 1 f 1 - 1 I Y.. 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Small but dangerous. fans. With a little height he could become a real threat next year. DICK BARNA Freshman, Guard. One of the most prom- ising freshmen on the squad. Dick has the ability of becoming a great player in his remaining three years of high school. HAROLD WOLFE Freshman, Guard. Slow but very capa- ble of handling his position. With a little experi- ence he will be a hard man to stop. MR. SCHLATTER Coach. One of the finest of coaches. Always on the job helping the team. He is well liked by the team and school and has done much to improve the sportsmanship of the team. MANAGERS Ronnie Barna and Dick Garwick. Always on the ball and serving the coach and team. Thank you, boys, for your co-operation. CHEERLEADERS Doris Ballinger, Esther Harner, Cora Vantilburg, and Delores Rhyne, for the Varsity. be with us next They are all seniors so they won't year. Betty Rhyne, Dorothy Kaylor, Joan Michaels for the reserves are They all did a good job cheering the Myrna Baer, and team this year. SCORES OF GAMES ' NEP ore NEP oPP Alumni 33 MS Ft. Recovery 36 68 Cridersville Q7 25 Ridge Eg Q8 I. C. H. S. 2 3 S'd Buckland L7 38 St.nHZnry S2 O3 Rockford 5g gi Mendon 27 7 ug Mendon 3 Y k O 3 st. John M7 9 cgidwater he 80 Wren SS Z St. John 78 72 York 53 M I. c. H. s. Sl 72 Mendon L3 L6 Ft. 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FIGHT! ri. . -qv ...-- , , J . f 'J 1 H -f Q IVY' .,,',- -- .... - - ' , " ,lr -,n-..-1..-..--ou- L 5 PJ .-..-..-.Q-.--u-.g-1.- RESERVE BASKETBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW SECOND ROW Bill Cain Dick Garwick Larry Kruger Donald Hepoeard GuyCSchmidt Bob Wolfe Dick'Barna Ronald Berne Harold Wolfe Marion Heindel Donald Webb Coach Schlatter ABSENT Chester Stephenson .i.-,..-pg.--1.-.. . R Av. J -4 ....-.-..........---.-...-. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FIRST ROW Dale Fisher George Wilder Dick Garwick ' Richard Cunningham SECOND ROW Ronald Freewalt Delbert Piper Stanley Roediger Ronald Barna Don Stose Gene Crow Coach Schlatter 'ii' .. Qhx Y . A 4.:T"?3a..l ,Sl . , BASEBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW Don Heppeard Bob Wolfe Ray Flore Butch Greber Ted Yewey Dave Roether Don Webb SECOND ROW Dick Garwick Larry Kruger Dick Barna Russell Poor Jim Cunningham Harold Wolfe ABSENT Chester Stephenson Doyle Ballinger Ronald Barna Coach Schlatter QUQOOOQOQ he ? 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V ' ' 3- -' ' jf, ' ' - - f A -g3g11Z'iI,---.----- --'- :",, AW.. , f f ' -1 , 5 - --1 . ---- -- ---- - - : - ' A - J - .nf 1- ' z 5 - . . . . 1 .I t- .X 'ff nr 5' - 1.-f 1 i 1 i E a a 1 I I TRIDENT STAFF FIRST ROW Jim Hayes Doris Ballin Delo SECOND ROW William Roether Russell Poor Miss Bair Guy Schmidt Esther H Davi Editor-in-chief ---- Assistant Editor ---- Artist ---------------- Photography Manager ---------- - Advertising Manager ----------- Assistant Advertising Manager- Sports Editor ----------------- Chronologist ------------------ Subscription Manager ---------- Assistant Subscription Manager Assembly Manager -------------- Faculty Adviser --------------- ger res Rhyne Cora Vantilburg arner d Roether Ray Flore Jim Cunningham ---------Jim Hayes ----Guy Schmidt Cora Vantilburg --David Roether ---Russell Poor --- ---William Roether -Jim Cunningham Doris Ballinger --Delores Rhyne --Esther Harner ------Ray Flore -----Miss Bair FQXDENT H73 TCW The original idea for the school annual came from the Class of 1933. Due to some difficulties they were unable to complete the annual, but the Class of 193k published the first TRIDENT. The Class of 1938 was prevented in realizing its ambition to publish this book. The annual was published by the Classes of '39 and vue, but in l9hl the war and the difficulty in getting mate- rials made it impossible for this class to publish its edition of the TRIDTNT. The TRIDENT was not published again until l9h6. The Class of 'h?, 'h8, 'h9, and 'SO kept up the good work, and we are trying to continue it. In choosing a name for the annual, the Class of l933 chose the name, TRIDENT. According to a Roman myth the god of the sea, Neptune, was always shown holding in his hand a symbol called a tri- dent. They thought this would be an appropriate name for the annual. The assistance of each and every one who has helped in making this book has been greatly appre- ciated. We arc grateful to our advertisers who have made the funds available, and we urge you to patronize them. As you look at these pages and read the thoughts we have preserved in this book, may you enjoy it to the fullest extent. To those of us who have composed the book will come the greatest enjoyment as we look back upon it in later yearg, my 43 fX 'E ,,M?5m if gfigigblggf? H El ak 27, N w N I 5 I , -l-s--1-gp.-q--. ---.-...--.-.--.. ,,,....,.,........-..--s-w-- SCENTER STAFF FIRST ROW Delores Rhyne Cora Vantilburg William Roether - Doris Ballinger SECOND ROW Jim Cunningham Jim Hayes Russell Poor Guy Schmidt Ted Yewey David Roether Esther Harner Miss Bair Ray Flore Editor ------------- ---- Delores Rhyne Assistant Editor ---- ,--- ---------- Ted Yewey Advertising Manager ----- -------- David Roether Assistant Adv. Manager ---- ---- Chester Stephenson Artist ------------------- ------ Doris Ballinger Jokes --------- -------- 'P---William Roether ------ ----- -----Guy Schmidt Sports ------ ----- ----- Jim Hayes Class News ---- ----- Ray Flore ---- ----Russell Poor -----Esther Harner ---- ----- ----Cora Vantilburg -------1--- ----Jim Cunningham Circulation ---- - Faculty Adviser ------ ------- Miss Bair ET 1- ' T ,-.,... ..- -- .....i.T-. , - , y-, - ,Q --.. Tafg , .44 H Y I Y Wk H A.. FIRST ROW Miss Bair SENIOR CLASS PLAY Esther Hecht Esther Harner Cora Venti Delor SECOND ROW Jim Hayes Ray Flore David Roethcr William R Jim x U 4 -.-n.-.-qnau1uun- 1-.Q-v---in-Q---. CAST lburg es Rhyne Doris Ballinger JoAnne Piper oether Cunningham Russell Poor Guy Schmidt ABSENT Joan Michaels, Betty Slusser Mr. Morlock ---- Mrs. Mor1ock--- Mary Mor1ock--- Jessica Morlock Mildred -------- Joe Lanconi ---- Luigi Lanconi-- Martha Lanconi- Lucifer -------- Miss Akers ----- George Plew ---- Mrs. Schma1tz-- Dr. Brown ------ Mr. Black ---- Jake ----------- Mrs. Frinck ---- Director- ---- REST ASSURED - Q q--.eng --L npnn- -Q.. -cr- ---u -ua- qua- an ---o-u- .- ------Jim Hayes --Delores Rhyne Cora Vantilburg Doris Ballinger ---Esther Hecht --David Roether ----Guy Schmidt --Joan Michaels ---Russell Poor --Esther Harner -Jim Cunningham ---JoAnne Piper William Roether ------Ray Flore ------Ray Flore --Betty Slusser ------Miss Bair ,. -s- .. 4...-p.. - if-1 Q.---.na J .1 .1 Z. ,i .- ........ ...-... .. . .--Y , , . - - ,.- ,.... . . k..-..,. 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' -1----n---. Q U LIBRA FIRST ROW Betty Jean Rhyme Delores Rhyme Ted Yewey Jim SECOND ROW Miss Yewey Dorothy Kayl Charle r 45 qu-ann-1--Q ...--q...-.-.---q-a-u1rqu- RIANS Hayes Romilda Becher Cora Vantilburg or ne Wurster Esther Harner Doris Ballinger Tf'H1'WIVIf1ll1 L... L- 1 . f I v L. , ,,,--.. --Y - -,-I .k ,.-ff.-- ' - Z! - A ,- 1 .- f' ' ,- -Q ig, , --Y--+- , .--..- - ,Q v ,-Y1 , n 5 QL., - 'Z' '--- -,...- .. ----cv ...1-Q -Y ..q....-- - -..Q .--l--- "rj, 'I' ,-LELW ,..',- -F" if ., , .QQ -,,. i.....- -.J.,.-- - - Q Q ' 'I " 4 , - , wry +L., WK- Y Y rung, 1 even- ---1-.-a--qnnal- U i e HOME EC FIRST RCW Betty Slusser JoAnne Piper Shirle o SECOND ROW Miss Yewey Joan Michael Betty E Q fl 1- ,.-n-eq--.q--v4--1I-v--- GNOMICS y Rhyme Deloris Harner Myrna Baer Esther Hecht s Jean Rhyne Dorothy Kaylor Janis Hayes Helen Poor -Q-1-.--1--9... I E i 5 z EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW Patty Slusser Nelva Tangeman Charlene Wurster Keith Beams Elnorn Heindel Joanne Craft Harold Qlusser SECOND ROW Delbert Piper Lester Flore Stanley Roediger Richard Cunningham George Wilder Dale Fisher Mr. Schletter CLASS OFFICERS President ----------- -- ---- Joanne Craft Vice-president ------- - ------ Delbert Piper Secretary-Treasurer ------- ---Charlene Wurster Reporter ------------- ---- ---- Harold Slusser Class Adviser ---------- ---Mr. Schlatter -.. ---, , -- -i--...-A- .3-,..3A 1 Y YV i , --L? -- . ,W J,,.,. . -, ..., -.,,,, ..- ,,, ,, - 'Y ' -,,fI'..1' IL I lfflfl... ,..-l....... .-u........u-" Q f , ,i,, ,, ,,., V,- -. ,,h1.- V.. .n I "Q " ..-i.L.-l' Q", - , , I . , q i W- -' 4 1 ' ' 'Iii fp.. nY-LI,, A -' - 'zu--:A - .fri 1 ' L,2'1 :fF"LlT'...T. , ...,, .-. - I' - - -.,, f Q ,-,-- - ,. 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Y- --,-V-, -,- , ..., .....1- -W, -Y -Q --..1..--.f..::.-- : i wr ,,v, Y .4 .: ---x 'lT'::1 fp, 'f-T, f-12.311 -r-...S il ......... ...Q-... ,... -..--....... . -li- SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW Mary Fisher Harold Donovan Marjorie Nottingham Richard Garwiok Barbara Preston Barbara Bowen Evelyn Heindel SECOND RUN , Freda Cain Ronald Freewalt Donald Stose Ronald Barna Mary Jane Beams Gene Crow Mr. Sohlatter CLASS OFFICERS President -------------------------- Barbara Bowen Vice-oresident ------ ------ Gene Crow Seoretary-Treasurer--- ------- Mary Fisher Reporter ------------ ---Barbara Preston A-vf'i4:- -'A Y Y --.,-h-Y,i.1,l,1,-- - v. , .., ....-..,.--...1 L """ Q , -.....-,Y--,...- .,,-..,- -....,.A... ,..- - -....,- ---t . ,- -. -- -..-............1,V- - .......,.-Q.. --...-.. -- ik ,....... .. 31-i- -vY,,,,- ...Loi I---'f "-'lil' Y ,tv V ,- L -n-an-'fy -1q.1..-.-1auns--- F 9 1 f FIRST Row SECOND ROW THIRD ROW ABSENT 'TPL FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES Renda Davis, Janice Wolfe, Robert Webb, Harold Davis, James Matthews, Ruthann Hall, Daniel Preston Lois Roediger, Nancy Kruger, Kay Garwood, Keith Garrison, John Purdy, Daniel Dibble, Gloria Tigley Marjorie Wurster, Kurt Piper, Larry Heppeard, Ralph Slusser, Betty June Harner, Linda Ballinger, Mrs. Sunderhaus Daniel Garwick, Charles Smith I v F f 4 T 2. E ig 3 Sc - Q. -4 ,,. --Q- C -C - E 3 . . ..-...l-..-.1. -Q. 'vffyf' FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW ABSENT i I 5 1 1 A THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES Glen Donovan, Ruth Ann Roediger, Anna Lee Monroe, Dean Yocum, Dorothy Wolfe, Barbara Rhyne, Betty Crow, Joey Voisin, Anita Cisco, Anna May Reed, Larry Poor Don Roediger, Billy Heindel, Vernon Silver, Karen Piper, Sharon Stucky, Irene Schmidt, Johnny Kaylor, Bobby Reed, Clara May Friday, Joan Fisher, Charles Friday . Everett Stose, Pearl Reed, Jean Doenges, Freddie Conkel, Connie Cisco, Bob Eichar, Cuba Garrison, Judy Matthews, JoAnn Davis, Mrs. Cisco Jimmy Purdy pf - ....-'-1-L----"""" A L 1, J' Q - fit: Y.----Y-" 4, U -- V,- --, -. .,..-.. A -...-. V-,-- - - -..-- ,,,- . .v........,..-i.--Y ---- Y- -..,,.,,-- , 1... ..... - . . FIRST HOW SECOND ROW THIRD HOW ABSENT -............-.-.1.i...-. FIRST AND SECOND GRADES Ronnie Cisco, Wilson Piper, Jerry Purdy, Lora Elder, Dorothy Fisher, Peggy Kruger, Beverly Wurster, Jim Heindel, Dick Garwood, Diana Figley Jerry Braun, Bill Snider, Danny Lehman, Diana Doenges, Linda Cisco, Donald Donovan, Wayne Freewalt, Kenny Rasawehr, Paul Poor. Carol Reid, Gladys Friday, Donald Fisher, Willis Townsend, Marlene Davis, Sandra Cisco, Mrs. Schlatter Harold Coil, Beverly Rhyne, Charles Wurster, Carol Stemen, Stanley Howell, Sheridan Miller, James Coil Joan Webb Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. NOV . Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Deo. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. CHI-QONCDLCDGY --Back to school for one-half day. Look at those new busses, new teachers, and the new janitor! --Freshman initation party. You poor kids! --Booster Meeting --Individual pictures. Watch the birdie and smile. --First SCENTER. --Seniors had pictures taken at Endicotts at St. Marys and a supper at Connie's Coffee Shop in Celina. --Seventh and eighth grade Hallowe'en party --Junior class play Pleased Ta Meetcha. Very good actors and actresses. G --No school--Teachers' meeting at Columbus. --Assembly from Zeurchers' Accordion Shop, Berne. --Entire school visited Mersmans' Furniture Factory. --First basketball game. Played Alumni. Got beat. --Game at Cridersville. They won. --2Lg.--No school--Scarlet Fever . --Dec. l--No school--Too much snow! --Game with I.C.H.S. --Basketball game at Buckland. We won!! --Booster Meeting --Rockford beat us in basketball. --Christmas program. --Basketball game at Mendon. They won. --29--Holiday Tournament at Mendon. We won the runners-up trophy. It looks snazzy!! --Started the new year off about right--We came back to school. Seniors chose play. --Basketball game at St. John. Got beat. --Booster Meeting --Game with Wren. We lost. --Junior class play cast party. --Basketball game at Ft. Recovery. --Won both basketball games at Ridge. --Semester tests. Oh brother! --Sidney beat us 2 points. What a game! --Basketball game with St. Henry. They won. Beat Mendon. Party at Mr. H Mrs. Schlatter's house for varsity players and cheerleaders --Magazine drive started. AU MMM 4. A ll Jan. 30 1 Feb. Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. lh Feb. 22 Feb. 2 Feb. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 2? Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. Apr. Apr. 10 Apr. 18 Apr. 19 Apr. Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 May 7 May 20 May 21 May 25 May 27 May 29 June 2 LL-- 6 Basketball game at York. We won. No school--too much snow. Hooray! No school again. Game with Coldwater was cancelled. This is life. Played Coldwater. We lost. Game with St. John. We won!! Home Economics girls had style show. I.C.H.S. beat us in basketball. 10--Farmers' Institute. Drew Ft. Recovery in the County Tournament. Magazine drive ended. Played Ft. Recovery in County Basketball Tournament. Better luck next year. Washington's birthday. No school!! Banquet for basketball boys and cheerleaders Seniors chose motto, colors, and class flower. Elected King and Queen candidates for Carnival. Booster Club Spring Carnival. First senior play practice. First night play practice. Easter program. Easter vacation begins. Lovely! Vacation ended. School again. Juniors published SCENTER. Seniors received name cards and invitations. Booster Meeting. Dress rehearsal for senior play. Senior class play REST ASSURED. Pretty good Seniors chose baccalaureate speaker. Baseball game with Ft. Recovery. Baseball game with Mendon. Party at schoolhouse for the Coach. Berne Men's Chorus in auditorum. Seniors got invitations for reception. Paper drive. Junior-Senior reception at Lima. Booster Meeting Baccalaureate with Rev. Argo Sudduth as the speaker. 22--Final Exams. Good, we passed. KI hopel Last day of school. Commencement with Dr. Robert W. Richey as speaker. It has finally come. Seniors leave for Washington, D. C. Back to Neptunemagain. HHome Sweet Homen gp .J,m25, .,.. ?'G"IV ,Qxf -1' ff Juni!! IAM Au A A A: ,,1,,,g ,, , A ' L- Ulu- 1 ' - CLASS OF 1905 Ray Murlin Raymond Cain Laura Stansberry CLASS OF 1906 Ivan Davis Nellie Lutz Clayton Severns Walter Springer Clyde Thomas Merle Langel Walter Dick CLASS OF 1907 Esther Carroll Cecile Carroll Boyd Kiser Blanchard Stoner CLASS OF 1908 A. A. Piper Nellie Zimmerman Ida Dine Salome Stansberr Doris Fisher Edith Fisher Frank Howick Pearl Bryant CLASS OF 1909 Minnie Kruger Grace Kelley Ellen Townsend Hazel Siler Mary Langel Bonnie Kiser Hay Fast CLASS OF 1910 Tom Severns Edna Kruger Francis Pierce McClellan Flower Fred Lutz Ray Cantwell Ray Copeland Cecile Kiser Ada Moneysmith Ruth Shanklin Ethel Davis Y s ALUMN! Nelva Drury Dan McKirnan CLASS OF 1911 Oreal Piper Ruth Hale Helen Langel John Pierce William Carroll Ernest Kelley Donald Lewis Tom Pierce Jessie Piper CLASS OF 1912 Vermont Young Cecile Griffith William Stoner CLASS OF 1913 Guy Hall Fred Sealschott Ralph Hays Flossie Fast Cecile Severns Marquis Lewis CLASS OF 1914 Robert Stansberry Harry Kruger Ethel Carroll CLASS OF 1915 Ralph Schnarre Golda Carroll Marie Bowers Bernice Lewis Dee Young Gene Townsend Lena Fisher CLASS OF 1916 Lawrence Kruger Merle Drury Ada Fisher Ruth Davis Vere Cottrel Murlia Sealschott 1917-First Grade School. No Class s CLASS OF 1918 Anna Stoner Florence Stoner Arthur Fishbaugh Ella Carroll Ruth Davis Jessie Lewis CLASS OF 1919 Floyd Young Nellie Lewis Anna Hankins CLASS OF 1920 Thelma Bowers Mary Townsend Erma Stoner Harold Lutz Vaughn Hall CLASS OF 1921 Opal Carroll Ferry Fast Bessie Lutz Albert Denny Opal Springer Wendel Elder Grace Townsend Lorence Thomas Doris Haruff CLASS OF 1922 Mable Boroff Sarah Townsend Lois Elder CLASS OF 1923 Frank Piper Merle Bogart Juanita Purdy Valentine Kruger Mildred Nolan Marion Lutz CLASS OF 1924 Marion Ammerman Ernest Bogart Gifford Bair Clyde Wurster Raymond Fishbaugh Cecil Thomas Lucille Elder Velma Hall Loren Wurster CLASS OF 1925 Stanley Simmons Robert Grubbs Bernice Simmons Edna Roether Guy Nolan Robert Ammerman Helen Lewis Dale Wurster CLASS OF 1926 Herman Hankins Leroy Purdy Paul Hainline Maxine McAtee Hagel Yewey Kenneth Kimmel Stanley Nottingham CLASS OF 1927 Cryl Stauffer Elsie Bair Rowena Lewis Hiram Crow Edith Simmons Eddith Fast William Kinkley Frederick Cain Hubert Feeman Carl Smith Meredith Hayew Stella Shimp Bernice Shimp CLASS OF 1928 Evelyn Kimmel Erma Hinton Ruby Lewis Vera Selander Marion Hainline Nellie Copeland Kenneth Springer Helen Williams Erma Selander CLASS OF 1929 Mildred Fast Mary Copeland Lucille Stauffer Thelma Yewey Mae Sheets Kenneth Williams Carl Deerhake Margaret Rice CLASS OF 1930 Lois Ammerman Ned Stearns Fern Yewey Ruth McAtee Angus Purdy Helen Frysinger Eugene Simmons CLASS James OF 1931 Brinkman Clarence Purdy Zola Shimp Wayne Piper Vernon Williams Stanley Cantwell Lowell Dine Rex Stauffer CLASS OF 1932 Virginia Brinkman John Townsend Melba Rasawuhr Ward Piper Wera Martin Emery Wurster Esther Emerick Robert Kruger Grace Copeland Robert Bowers Lucille Lewis CLASS Marie Beryl Wanda Naomi OF 1933 Rice Davis Shimp Brodbeck Mae Copeland Edna Rhoades Ada Martin, Wilbur Thomas Ted Sanders Ruel Harner Walter Piper John Houts Roger CLASS Lutz OF 1931+ Bessie Ammerman Bernice Rice Pauline Poor Evelyn Rasawuhr Margaret Hutchinson Leota Lewis Mary Alice Brown Dorothy Yewey Ernest Williams Fern Suhr William Cisco Edwin Hasis Harry McAtee Edith Servis Jane Thomas Wauberga Sanders CLASS or 1935 Vernon Barber Ruth Kruger Dorothy Hamilton Dale Houts John Stauffer Paulina Stauffer Charles Dutton Donald Poor Ruth Kuck Verna Now Jack Lutz Lowell Piper Ralph Rasawuhr Eugene Brodbeck Charles Shimp Mildred Harner Robert Houts Madonna Emerick CLASS OF 1936 Norman Pierce Mildred Rhoades Ruby Rhoades Joseph Lewis Edna Denney Ethel Denney Evelyn Wurster Leona Hecht Harold Steinecker Harold Hainline Ellen Piper Paul Piper Helen Claus G1 adene Protsman Dale Thomas Mabel Piper Helen Brown Pauline Poppe Lela Suhr Ruth Cisco CLASS OF 1937 John Webb Doyle Martin Guy Robert Adams Mark Stose Rita Shimp Beatrice Brodbeck Hope Suhr Lucille Houts Eathyle Kuhn Mary Beougher Esther Webb Mable Sickles Marcella Findley Evelyn Meyers CLASS OF 1938 Phyllis.Shimp Mary Ellen Barber Carl Copeland Guy Glass Robert Wurster Stanley Brookhart Lois Stauffer Eugene Davis Opal Servis Irene Kuck Rachel Brodbeck Clarence Burnett Carl Hecht Stanley Shellebarger John Stose Era Sweigart Blaine Cisco CLASS OF l939 Ruth Baker Margaret Meyer Eugene Stauffer Dorothy Brookhart Donald Fisher Hazel Copeland Gilbert Gordon Merlie Fast William Meyers Fred Grimm Dean Lhamon Oreal Harner Lyndel Piper Ruth Houts Raymond Rice CLASS or l9hO Audrey Rasawuhr Vernon Schmidt Ole Sites Juanita Fisher Margaret Williams Snowden Sites Eugene Brown Robert Chapman Corrine Doenges Bernice Gordon Mary Grimm Lucille Harner Clifford Lutz Ann Poor Neale Roebuck Paul Suhr Kenneth Wolfe Alberta Wurster CLASS or l9Ml Harold Protsman Gertrude Rice Bobby Sweigart Carl Brookhart Betty Shively Glenn Hasis Betty Sweigart Esther Ray Brooks Shimp Dorothy Burnett CLASS or l9M2 Cletus Harner Ruby Harner Fern Ray Kerman Kuhn Harold Vantilburg Calvin Houts Robert Poor Oreal Fast CLASS or l9h3 Tom Lutz Charles Schmidt Katharyn Huey Iris Smith Gertrude Holtman Marjorie Rice CLASS or l9MM Dana Piper Ruth Spicer Richard Lamb Ned Wurster Helen Flore Wilma Smith Bonnie Webb Irene Wharton Betty Leugers Arrilla Doenges Glen Harner CLASS OF l9h5 Harry Barber Earl Johnson Marilyn Shimp Mary Sites Mary Lee Hickman Miriam Poor Margaret Baer Naomi Smith CLASS or l9h6 Carol Wolfe Velone Houts Dwight Bair Bill Sites Ellen Grice Thelma Fisher Don Preston Joe Suhr Homer Rice CLASS or l9H7 Ladonna Baer Martha Sites Madonna Harner Owen Hall Ronald Smith Ralph Schnarre, Jr CLASS or l9h8 Wilma Morrison Tom Holtman Robert Flore Glenn Matthews, Jr Jane Webb Deloris Fast Belva Harner Nora Lea Snavely CLASS or l9h9 Dorthy Wurster Dorothy Bair Ted Ballinger Elden Houts Waneta Michaels Lois Baer Dean Lewis Jack Sweigart CLASS OF 1950 Marlene Frahm Norma Jean Matthews Marjorie Stephenson Bob Wurster Thelma Figley Katharyn Harris John Sites Dorothy Harner Bonnie Jean Snavely 'W' ii' 1 .-42' 1 TICKLEIQS Mrs. Schlatter Qstruggling to unfasten coat for little pupill: HDid your mother hook this coat for you?U Pupil: UNO, ma'am, she bought it.H HDoris, when you wait on table tonight be careful not to spill anything.U Doris: nDon't worry, Ma'am--I know when to keep my mouth shut.H Rich Uncle: HI'm sorry you don't like your birthday gift, but I did ask you whether you preferred large checks or small ones.H Jim Hayes: WYes, 'but how was I to know you meant necktiesln Delores Kafter collisionlg HBut I insist it was my fault.H Gentlemen Driver: UNO, my dear lady, it was my fault. I could tell your car was being driven by a woman at least 300 feet away and I could easily have driven over into the field and avoided this.H nOf course, I'm not married,n said she. nI'm nobody's fool." nThen,N said he, hopefully, Hwill you be mine?N HWho's the absent-minded one now?H said Mr.,Rahmann as they left the church one rainy night. HYou left your umbrella back there, and I not only remembered mine but I brought yours, too.H And he produced them from his coat. His wife gazed blankly at him. nBut,n she said, Hneither of us brought an umbrella to church.H HNow in case anything should go wrong with this exper- iment,n said Mr. Schlatter, 'Wwe and the laboratory with us will be blown skyhigh. Now, come a little closer, boys, in order that you may follow me.H Y --T' yi, I-1 SE F? 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