New Knoxville High School - Memoir Yearbook (New Knoxville, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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Eh GLENNA FOGT Ohio State University B.S, SUBJECTS: Arithmetic 7 81 8 Biology Latin ll CARL G. FRISCHE jacuhy EDITH WISSMAN 't G58 f"l Li l Miami University B.S. ACTIVITIES: Girls' Gym SUBJECTS: English 7 81 B High School Chorus Elementary Music ,f"""'f . "T ,,,,'15 RUTH MARY MAXWELL College of Wooster A Pi, SUBJECTS: Arithmetic 7 81 B Biology Latin ll C. R. STIENECKER . Ohio State University Ohio University SUBJ ECTS: Band Auglaize County Normal School Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern University Seven is . f l i X ,lf , ,, ,Zh ,A.r.T . 'V ' .f . ,V -- x , ffawfzy ' J fg, 'X . CAROLINE HOLTKAMP l C ww - V A M 'M r it 'i X t A h' f S 'Sta s o 1 lx B ' '-Q, ff 'QQ ' LULU GRILLIOT Shelby County Normal Miami University Ohio Northern University SHEARL SPARKS in s Q 'Q v X df +s.,.5i 'Q 'KY B ,f l fl f XR , i M 3552.11-r Q Q Ji Q. ,, A my S O , .gf we ' ' ' sf 5 Ji 4, 4 wir' ff "" Bowling Green State University B.S. Bluffton College Indiana University Ohio State University University ot Denver M.A Auglaize County Normal.School Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern University Fairfield County Normal "sv ARAMINTA GRIMES Bluffton College Bowling Green State University Ohio University Wittenberg College EDNA KATTERHEINRICH Ohio University Capital University Bowling Green State University Eight l 4 --il wr , 'WEE s-.- lfni fn s EV- f -' 9 i l -..f '.. - . A v tj .,,. 6 Q L 1 , .I 5 nr 1 ' 'l . c if if .sw LQL.-...-..,. He may live without books, - what is knowledge but grieving? He may live without hope, - what is hope but deceiving? C0046 He may live without love, - what is passion but pining? But where is the man that can live without dining? The delicious meals of this past school year have been prepared by the above crew, reading from left to right, Mrs. Dorothy Kattman, Mrs, Viola Sullivan, Mrs. Violet Shuster, Violet Dudgeon, Marjorie Mc- Cune, Linda Kattman, and Sandra Lammers. Thanks, cooks, for the wonderful meals. anifor A popular, necessary, and indus- trious man in school is our ianitor, Lawrence Kuhlman. Being the first to arrive at school, he unlocks the doors, tends the furnace, and han- dles any emergencies that might arise, He has congenially listened to all the complaints, demands, and ex- cuses from the students and faculty for eleven years, and we certainly commend him for his patience and cheerfulness. I I 7. , . t 'SMF-1 i s.,.L-i - . ' , 1 - I - I A i i ' g :fi I, ', i ' I l ' l ll lm, .gi X 'Q-Ur l 'Q 'Y'i"N 1,45 river-A Q X ' t 5 .sir- Q A x,Q ln.. Not an uncommon sight every day is the departure and return of five shiny school buses driven by Leroy Schroer, Arnold Haberkamp, Oliver Buddemeyer, Clement Stienecker and Kenneth List, which take the students to and from school. We realize the tremendous responsibility these drivers have and rpg- ognize a iob well done. Nine illlllliillmlmi on rarian Our combined school and public library contains approximately seven-thousand books and twenty- five magazines for the reading enioyment of chil- dren and adults and the enrichment of the school curriculum. The Memoir staff and the entire student body wish to thank Mrs. Grewe, the present librarian, and all who gave their services to this library. 8 2Cl"Qf6ll"y No, this isn't one of the New Knoxville seniors sitting behind that desk. lt's Mrs. LaRue Schrolucke, our school secretary. She takes care of everything from student finances and paying bills to doctoring cut fingers and answering hundreds of questions. ASS SCHEDULE Time Ei::e'he'n'i List ,Habeikamp Musser Newell Hoover l Kelley Maxwell Wissman Frische CHEM i 37 28 , 4 1 24 Y 37 o X 9.oo i H4 8 English 9 Study Reading 7 .si-ioier VOC- AG- Th. 4 R8oo2n9s 3x Rgzpnrypi Room 22 A Hall Rggm Q8 HAND Rica? BAND Room 25 Room 26 i l ll Y JL - Til i 4 fsi-i. rn. 5 21 B-MVV-34 9 "Tfiw66'?h 97 4 ' y H cHEivi plane , or-tems H E TF7 5 V .Agl Th, 31 9145 Rooms Geometry gocfrlogg' Gym 7 81 one C' Study 31:81 4 1 Gr, 9 E3 8K 27 Roof? 26 OO Novo X Room 21 Eggm 25 Room 5 BAND loiuioi 'l 28' " 25" T I4 l ig 10.30 ANCE Social SERV American zlW'Tl-E l l.7 Voc. Ag. Th- 3 ' 4 orrice i studios . Govt me C4 Typing I i s. ii Gr. 3 y 8 +Roo-rn 27 Room 25 Room 28 l-ling-L y Room 29 i Rgom 5 L BAND k Y' S 'V K A ' " ' U P l auto i 35 29 i 20 is 20 14 24 4 H345 ANQE 5TUdY Emi-ll'5h American Home EC, Book- Voc, Ag, Arithmetic , Th- 3 , QFFICE i Hall 12 HISTOVY III 8. IV keeping l 8. II 8 BAND , 7 Room 25 Room 22 iR00m 28 Room 21 Room 27 Room 5 Room 24 N ' A L , i- Y 1, , NOON . ' 1 - ' 37 to 6 oi 9 o o I . World Po 9 .2 Elemen U. Th. 15 12:45 iscigoco 1 Engllfsll History iitg-jl?y Tvinmg lSg3nl'24l tary Gr. 24 Loom Hi Room 26' Room 28 Room 25 Room 29 Room 6 Music BAND , - l 4 i 17 38 io 24 ' io o 12 l i L30 Algebra iiil-'lTlY Qr. Science 'Business Farm Biology Enggsh Ta. I Room 26 RB 2 Training 8 Law Shop Room 24 7 T 'I4 Ai 00m 5 Room 27 Room 22 Room 23 Room 6 I Room 28 BAND 2-15 l is fd Eoliish wh 13 E it 36 A 5 28 i 24 l i rio Soi 5 i Ei 9 Room 26 Room 23 iRi:-om' 27 Room 21 ROOT-Q1 QQ Ho 8 BA.ND , s , , 2 T , Room 25 JRoVom 28 Room Q4 l 58 Sf dv f 4,8 28 N56-57-7l usic lr 32 3400 ' Study HaJll 56JYd5 grim ST Hall Suzi TU,Th,Fri MW, Th ,Ta 59 i Hall Wed. Ge A Urs Fri. Han Study Hall Girls G. i, BAND i Room 25 Room 25 ym Room 28 Room 27 y Room 25 Gym Tu-Fri tu. Thu. Ten ..n lu 19 .e ., if 1955 School Ca endar 1256 SEPTEMBER ' School begins A Seniors solicit for Memoir Juniors pick class rings HEAT RULES! School .dismissed HEAT RULES! School dismissed again Baseball snaps taken Lee hits 'Mussn with eraser n F OCTOBER Ellie leaves spot on Chemistry wall Srs. solicit NK NOVEN ER Individualipictur Srs. serve OSU Alumnae 9? DECEM ER Jrs. give Wonderful Chr istmas Party JoAnn Ott accepts a nDiamondn Individual picture narriven Christmas Vacation S for ads P.T.A. Carnival Jr. Class Play Srs. choose SUCCESS NMENOIRN covers High School Party Tnanasgiving Sophomores Vacation begins Srs. have Pictures Jr. High gives taken Program Band Mothers Bake Thanksgiving Sale Vacation Band plays in Wapakoneta Halloween or JANUARY FEBRUARY Back to School Dixie S. breaks wrist Srs. pick caps 8 gowns , namecards and invitations Linda breaks ankle 2nd graders are nauseated by Chemistry odor Valentines Day County Tournament NK beats Haynes- field Sl-h5 Anna Holiday Beat Waynesfield Beat Buckland 55-L8 Tournament in double over- No School Anna Holiday time NK loses to New Tournament Srs. serve oivics Bremen 62-71 New Year's Eve uDinnerN NK County Runners OH! NY! No School--SNOW UP Rgbertgnhgs oper- Leap Year's Day MARCH APRIL MAY Bubp E658 fined Pre-District A District State Duke, Hinze and McCullough skip school Test in St. Marys Teachers meeting in Wapakoneta. School dismissed Band G Chorus Concert Sr. Class Play UNO More Home Work GREAT SUCCES5 Good Friday If Scholarship Tests Band Concert Eighth grade test Chorus recital Athletic Banquet Scholarship test Jr.-Sr. Reception Baccalaureate Achievement Day Program Commencementn High School Party by Seniors Srs. leave for NY Schocl's out Srs. return from New York 'nz Ruth Warner Anne Jones. Ella Mae Kuqk Donna Eschmever Annely Wierwille Eileen Clausing ...AN 5 4't"3,1,. Joyce Schroer Karen Lammers Roberta Schrolucke Juli Hoge I t 5 X fi Q? 01115 This year the news club, consisting of twelve members and Mr, Hoover as ad- visor, published a bi-weekly newspaper, the "Quix of '56". . The editor, Juli Hoge, wrote an edi- torial each time, besides having to ar- range the articles. The activities of the school year were given special attention by Roberta Schrolucke and Karen Lam- mers, Eileen Clausing and Annely Wier- wille compiled and typed the elementary news, while Donna Eschmeyer typed the Junior High news. The sports section was handled with all the skill possessed by Ruth Warner. Ella Mae Kuck, the fea- ture writer had the iob of dreaming up and writing the features. Of course no newspaper is complete without a "Smile Awhile" section. The credit for those smiles goes to Anne Jones. Joyce Schroer and Gene Bubp did all the drawing and found all the different ideas for the covers. ,OA ofogralady This year, we started a new kind of extra- curricular club - the photography club. This club is composed of those in the upper six grades who want to know more about cameras, and those who want to learn how to take and develop pictures correctly. The club has as its advisors, Mr. John Musser and Mr. Owen Hoover. Gene Bubp, the club president, helped very much through his knowledge of photography and art. During the course of this past year, many pictures were taken, some of them good, and some of them bad. Many of the pictures in this Memoir were taken and developed by the senior members of the photography club. Because this was the first year for the photo- graphy club, there are many things to be learned yet, and we hope that in the future, this club will continue to be as successful as it was this past year. ecreafiona! At the beginning of the school year, the officers representing each class got together and formed a recreational com- mittee, With the help of this committee, a carefully planned schedule was made so that each class, alternating weekly, would have charge of the different ac- tivities. These activities were - dancing, basketball, ping-pong, shuffle board, box-hockey, baseball and dart ball. Needless to say, everyone acclaimed the program a worthwhile contribution to the students' morale. cf EIA CM The Future Farmers of America consists of eighteen members: eleven freshmen, three sophomores, three juniors, and one senior. Our advisor is Mr. Frank Kelley. Each of these eighteen members has a project such as production projects, improvement proj- ects, crop products, and supplementary projects. The production projects we have this year are swine, dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep and poul- try. We sold seed corn during the year. This has helped boost our treasury considerably. Our activities included a pest hunt, a field trip the to see a professional basketball game, and buying of an electric dehorner. The pest hunt was and organized of two teams: the "Shinboners" the "Ciickers", The "Shinboners" won by a small margin. Most of all this year, we enjoyed the basketball 'game we saw in Lima, the Globetrot- ters defeating the Boston Whirlwinds. 'Q K-:,..,f,,x , AH' 5' Lee Schroer Roger Moellenkamp Dennis Lammers 1 Advisor, Mr. Kelley, William Sudman Elmer Neuman DOD Warner ,--............... I I F. . 6 L ,.e,.,, .,..,,. 5 3, -.-...Q 1 f Larry Gary Larry Longworth Jerry Lehman Billy Henschen Kenneth Kuck Kenneth Schrolucke Don Clausing James Thirteen --.-........,...4.. Kuc unior Cfdffd pfa 'N .gn Spring we Sala THE CAST Reading from Left to Right Duke Katterheinrich- Rockland not-tooebright a track star at Riverbottom U. Bill Hinze - Professor Squintin Glower , hypnotist, so-called, Joann Kettler Advertising Publicity Martha Eschmeyer Mrs. Mince, busybody from Soda Shop next door Dixie Westbay Violet Mince, her daughter Willis Telliohann Philip Dill, Vickie's fiance Elnor Arnett . Vickie Wickerson-coed at Riverbottom U. Dixie Shuster Josephine Skibutski-profootball player at Leafy Creek l-lyenas Jay Stauffer J. Oliver Twibbly-89 year old inventor and iustice of peace James Henschen ., ,, .... . Melville Kadenza-who aspires to be a poet Janice Aufderhaar Pamela Broomwell-another pretty, but impish coed Nancy Prueter Advertising Publicity Roger Moellenkamp , . Stage and Prompting Joann McCullough Susie-Mae Younghope, an eyewitness to some strange events Phyllis Moellenkamp Prudence Prim, a nurse who takes her iob seriously Jane l-lenkener Mrs. Gertrude Hawley Stickney of the Stickney Fellowship Foundation Gloria Wierwille Dr. Matilda Guppie, President of Riverbottom U. Bob Starett Advertising Publicity Between the Acts of the Junior Play the audience was favored with the song "Beautiful Ohio" sung by Gloria Wierwille, Jane l-lenkener, Elnor Arnett, James Henschen, Willis Telliohann, and Duke Katterheinrich, Joan Kettler played bell solos. They were "The Bells of St. Marys", and the "Halls of Ivy". We wish to thank Mr. List for the wonderful directing he gave our play. Fourteen in s um, uw- -' nf- 0 .JZ -luv nm- auuqmmaudx -in ' .ww -sun 1 ...N-mn W -, K -Ali a max - ' ' 1. "'1hE?.."1! ,Q-.m..-.,...., 3 ffm.- ik sq -,JE-5 w.....g...,D..-.. -.. --Qf.. . ..-, ........ - ..... .-..- M-U 5, - u-umm. .-ms uni nw-:nun 9444 -2 Nota JEL er we f-if f f Q0 v f , . 1 "8 tw' o -it t A : I I :J . . ' iQ?'f-155' s ' '51 t lk it an 2' On May 13, 1955, the seniors of '55 were honored with the first Hawaiian prom given in NK's history! The iuniors chose "Aloha lsle" as their theme which was carried out very well in a green, red, and brown atmosphere. In the center of the floor was a small gold fish pond, surrounded by a beautiful Hawaiian gar- den. At the front of the stage was the band stand, occupied by the Rhapsodiers, Gliders were placed around the auditorium under an awning of crepe paper, and in the corner of the gym was the snack bar, from which delicious punch and cookies were served all evening. The iuniors' mothers served a very inviting dinner preceding the dance. The Presidents' welcome and re- sponse, and the Superintendent's remarks were the beginning highlites. The program was very informal. The usual prophecy and gifts were presented. Annely and Donna opened and closed the program with appropriate Hawaiian medleys, and, unexpectedly, several members of the audience offered their talents. The remainder of the evening was devoted to dancing. We all wish to thank Mrs. Newell who was in charge of the prom. About one week before Christmas December 17, 1955, the Junior Class sponsored a Christmas party under the Wiigfzgfoe direction of their class advisor, Mr. Hoover. Q ss-NW The decorations and the program centered around their " theme, "Mistletoe Ball." Several of the skits presented were "Night Before Christmas," "All l Want For Christ- - - ---f VW M- , - at ga! mas," "Little Match Girl," "Nothing For Christmas," and -V,-- . A ' -1- "Frosty The Snowman." 1 .. . 55.1 . . . . ll I S , '-,, W Later in the evening a delicious lunch was served which several of the mothers prepared. . ,. .., , ,E V ,R ' 2 - - P rss. - sf l . 15552 ' N 1 is , Q ?"f-ans 'U f . . 4 ' ' 'df'-.5 Q!! z'l7"""ll it ililukl gt s EDI, X Q Q .. 53 r ,Ml 2, A , f K . .115 ' i K i I X., r, . f - fish '45 Q ff - 4 TH sl i s- . .- ,L 11 X 'L 3 si, -mfs? Nz: 5 5 - Y " lpf kgxaf Jw? '- X ' F ' ' V xi' '-f'.32fiflli . 1 .WH THE CARNIVAL On November 4, the PTA. sponsored a school Car- ' nival which brought out an enormous crowd of Parents and friends came to see the children in their it Fm W N " ' E room shows and also to see the upper six grades pre- Q' ' ' ' t , -- f ,ls sent the "Midwestern l-layride" on the stage in the it ' l V ' l auditorium. ll -f .LC . I A delicious menu was served all evening in the cafeteria. i K. The fishpond was again the main attraction for the ' A ' kiddies. Contests of all sorts and cake walks were ' 1 patronized by all. P This Carnival has truly been a success. THANKSGIVING PROGRAM On November 23, the seventh and eighth grade put on the Thanksgiving program, under the direction of a faculty committee: Mrs. Fogt, Mr. Kelley, and Mr. Hoover. ...W ..,,..g T .-- .,...,,..,....,........... E F The Junior Band opened the program with several religious numbers, followed by the group giving Scripture in the form of responsive reading, led by ' Paula Bubp. Rev. Wynd gave prayer and the audience ,,, , Qs A it A -, , sang an appropriate hymn. Members of both classes ' A 'jf ' , ,L ' , Q then presented two short skits, "The Secret of Giving ' 2- ' V. 1" q Thanks," and "The First Thanksgiving." To concludeg ' 'fx Q' K iilisfa-"tt" .':""' the two grades recited Psalm TOO and led the group 'fy 3. Q ',,t fn vi' ' in singing "We Gather Together." Patty Hinze then - A ,JPL L l dismissed the audience with a good wish for Thanks- ' giving, and thus began our Thanksgiving vacation. On February 22, a program was presented by the 5 fourth, fifth, and sixth grades which the student body, F faculty, and parents enioyed. The fourth grade is 1. proud to say that they wrote their own play, and J everyone had a part in it. They sang songs in honor of famous people born in February. The fifth grade 7 gave a two-act play of the unforgettable character . Davy Crockett," portraying his early and later life. tg "Put Your Little Foot" and "Captain Jens," were the Leadoff numbers, presented by the sixth grade, Also, li two comic dialogues, "The Sewing Society" and "Tell- ing the Truth," were given. Everyone enioyed the program. Q SCAOU! pl'09l'al'n5 F 4. 1 :MA 'r 5' 1 M 1 Q 3 , . A ,.?"i 5 if , A .. 3-,,:::--I . ' . x - V' Q 1-'1' Q5:gs:g::'E- .-aim, , V "'- Y-,:,s::g":..' X' X ' M. vans gf' A A I , V2 t .. '5"'f3?P5f?qi 8 X , ,. W ia gf.-1, ug... . . V 'gm -Hg ig.. . I ,-I-553 fnww. ,-,,,.v,,N Qv K- .. . N 1, :Bak -2 J ff' :gran Nggvflf 'Q N v,,T,,.,f ' ew- f . . s 1 .3. x A if 1 2 Eg g ., gz- M M4 - .Q 0-wt W ,::'s,. V ,.',,,,::,' 13.5-4:3-V ' 11SLE?Q',-Ewa, ,A,! Z -- firms: 'ni i r , G? ,,-. 5 X M1 5:24 'hi' -,R enior Dean Deerhake shows his love to Anne Jones and Eileen Claus if' . A i .,sw- -. ole 1 o - '52 .4 ' 'HJ " .5 3 Q E , f 'gag l' X 2, ay -r, E l i - 72" , f N 5.4 1 g ' . -M. -1'- N - ew . for Home Ec. ing. Martha Haberkamp,.Advi50r Principal Bob McClure bids a quick good- bye to school secretary Evelyn Schroer. "Why don't you iust hibernate all year a- round, you sleep so much," acting secretary Anne Jones tells slow, sleepy, Lee Schroer. "Cut out this ioking" says teacher JoAnn Ott to the acting principal and vice-princi- pal Eileen Clausing and Dean Deerhake, "Oh! I think l'm going to taint", says stu- dent Donna Eschrneyer to play director, Ella Mae Kuck. g, Af? if-f l Coach Dean Kuck discussing the tournament with teachers Nathan Stienecker and Ruth Warner. "What"s the meaning ot this," say's Ned "O.K.l Have your old bucket" says cleaning Niemeyer, president ot the school board, woman Annely Wierwille, as she turns it who walks in on basketball star, Clark Fron- over on ianitor Gene Bubp's head vvhile stu- ing, and substitute Home Ec. teacher, Dean dent Joyce Schroer watches in amazement Deerhake, in the middle of a fight. at these typical school proceedings, Nineteen llama: il' 0CCl A070 f7Ae 'lf Q nf? Sandra Elshoff, Rosalyn Eschmeyer, Jean Gritzmaker, Patricia Laughlin, Emma First row Cleft to rightlg Mary Bierbaunj, Jane Roode. Second row: Doris Heidt, Doris op 6 KI f nstein, Mary Barnbauer, Linda Kattman,Marta Hoge, Joyce Barnbauer, Doris Schroer, Janet Hoge - ,S ,,,, l,. In l "'k' Q J ' N 2? ' ' . S W ' KX l r l t ' Bk v fl- ' 'Ei 5 li c i 4 g. ,X s nc, 1'!3gvg':5?.+ . -.Srl X A Wig , .c., ,. PKI,--a at 1 -V' -xiii 4' :ff s::'z:.?1.f,5.s2.-X ' is i Q I bl First Row Cleft to righti: Joann McCullou h, Janice Aufclerhaar, Dixie Shuster. Sandra Lamnners, Linda Leffel, Doris Settlage Second row: Nancy Prueter, Jane Hen ener, Elnor Arnett, Jgann Kettler, Jean Evefgmanlgisge Stemkel Emily Kruse Jan' ice Schrolucke. N .. ,.,. c. , XT. N .. K X 5 X X E x Dodge-on, Dixie VV . 55:5-.iw ,Q at c 'l SFU' U' First row lleft to rightlr Joyce Schroer, Phyllis Steinke, Ruth Warner. Marilyn Leffel.GraCe Selllagef B'-?VeVlY Wameff Violet esbay, ' W1 Donna Eschrneyer, Ella Mae Kuck, Evelyn Schroerl Armeiy Wierwiiie- Martha Eschrneyer Second io 5 , Gloria Wiervville huster XJ . , i 3 6 i i l V First row fleft to rightji Sharon Vordermark Eileen Clausing JoAnn Ott, Mariorie McCune, Second row: Karen Lamhwers, Juli Hoge,'Roberta Schrolucke, Anne Jones, '36 Mrs. Edith Wissman, Director li of Wew .j6'l0XUi e lf ' htl Tad Kattman Bill Hinze John Froning. Kenneth Kuck, Pat Reilly F' T T T : r 1 Irs row ie O Hg D las Katterheinrich. Jerry Lehman, Larry Longwcirth, Larry Kuck, Jerry Lutterbeck, row: William Jones, Elmer Neuman, oug I-F it ' htl Allan Smith Larry Elshoff Darrel Kuck Ronald Howe James Kuck, Donald Henschen. SeCOnd row: First row: Cleft to rig z , D D f - b I . . I Billy Henschen, Thomas Kuck, Robert Wierwtlle, J0l'10 Buddemetfef Don Kiefer, Gary Katterheinrich, Don Clausing, Gene Deerhake. The High School Chorus this year cone sisted of ninety-three members and these members were fortunate in having Mrs. Edith Wissman as their director. They were also lucky 'to have Ella Mae Kuck as pianist. During the year the chorus partici- pated in the combined Christmas and Spring concert with the band. The chorus also presented selections for the Baccalaureate and Commence- ment exercises, Probably the highlight of the Chorus season was the successful staging of the operetta "An Old Kentucky Garden." The students have enjoyed working with Mrs. Wissman and want to thank her for her patience and co-operation. fear l 3 5' Y. X1 . I I 1 E ' A l r l . 1 . ,. Ny C 1, cr ff - ' eg Ni V -L 51 U, First row Cleft to rightl: William Sudman, Dean Kuck, Don Warner Second row: Dennis Lammers, James Henschen, Robert Starett. f - 1 -wa:-. if . it - ,K X 3 x C, N C F . . , Q 9. Y - a s ' 4- , f 2 ' f .E gy Tp - r , . fr- .is-.ss -. ns. 'gf i .Asa 3: ,- is., X ' -' ' i F Pt' . r a: 5', ' ' 4 all I an First row: Cleft to rightlt Jay Stauffer, Nathan Stienecker, Willis Tell johann. Second row: Dean Deerhake, Robert McClure, Ned Niemeyer. S Mr. Carl Frische, Director i l ew Jgnoxui e Marching Band Note l: Row l: Louise Henschen, Karen'Meckstroth, Karen Gruebmeyer, Jean Evers- man, Mary Bierbaum. Row 2: Don Clausing, Doris Klopfenstein, Mary Bambauer, Laura Wierwille, Joyce Bambauer, Kathleen Wellman. Note 2: Row l: Roger Katterheinrich, Mark Jones, Dale Grimes Jr,, Anne Jones, Jerry Kuck, Don Eversman, Danny Meckstroth. Row 2: Bob Wiervville, Kenneth Kuck, Dean Deerhake, Dean Kuclc, Annely Wierwille, James Jauert. Note 3s Row la Marilyn Leftel, Linda Fledderiohann, Barbara Bambauer, Dean Clausing, Gene Schrolucke, Joann Kettler. Row 21 Donna Eschmeyer, Doris Heidf, Ruth Warner, Thomas McClure, Perry Kantner, Roberta Schrolucke, Ella Mae Kuck, Tommy' Kuck. Note 4: Row lz SharonVordermark, Rosalyn Esch- rneyer, Patty Hinze, Grace Settlage, Eileen Clausing. Row 2: Don Warner, Karen Lammers, Juli Hoge, Robert McClure, Elnor Arnett, Beverly Warner. The New Knoxville band, consisting of 5 eighty-one pieces, is l organized under the direction of Mr. Carl Frische. The band is divided into three parts: concert band, the marching band, and the iunior band, This year vve have had the opportu nity to play at the County and State FGll'S, the Wapak Carnival, regular concerts and, the combined concerts. We wish to thank the band mothers for their fine co-operation and support. Twenty-two 2 s SCA oo! gan cl Marching Band Note 5: Row l: Joyce Schroer, Sandra Lammers, Robert Grimes, Larry Roettger, Joyce Sett- Iage. Row 2: Janice Aufclerhaar, Marta Hoge, Tad Kaliman, James Henschen, Larry Jauert, Kenneth Schro- Iucke, Gene Deerhake. Concert Band Note 6: Row I1 Sharon Vordermark Eileen Clausing, Mary Bierbaum, Grace Settlage, Jean Eversman. Row 2: Karen Lammers, Juli Hoge, Robert McClure, Elnor Arnett, Kathleen Wellman, Don Clau- sing, Beverly Warner. Note 7: Row lt Marilyn Letfel, Anne Jones, Mark Jones, Dean Kuclc, Joann Kettler, Thomas McClure Ruth Warner Dean Deer ROW 2: , , - hake Kenneth Kuck, Annely Wierwille, Donna Esch- meyer. Note 8: Row l: Joyce Schroer, Joyce Settlage, Dean Clausing, Marta Hoge. Row 2: Janice Aufder- haar, James Henschen, Tad Kattman, Perry Kantner, Ella Mae Kuck, Thomas Kuck. Cx 1, , . 6 n I S5 f ,,, Nei aw Row ll Karen Rain,'l9atty Hinge X 1 J- M .1 s 6 - 4 J 2 Row 2: D055 rxloptenstein ,V ' , , , 1' W' A., Marta Hoge, Row 3: Anne All "'. 'F X , i it ' 'i ' l0"'e5f Donna Eschmeyer. i ff' ffl' K ' l A iff Q 1 ri N, K Q' .Fi 3 -. 'N 4 H , if-3. . R ffl- .QF K A ,l we , unit ME' Xxdx V 4 K V Alfell-I 'vs i it 3 1 A l 5 LA - ll- l I K A l R- is 9 i I , l i, Z , . .W 'F tl, A . g ir l,-, of jf ,Q .Qi-11, Xl :I M -"' fi is sd NX ' an W'-.. Xl- -- i XX ff we N' . .A,,.,,- V . , if v -, - 6611? , 7 l i 1 4 , li. X 1 x 1 Note IO: Row lr Mack Elslnoff, Glenn Culp, Jerry Kuck, Steven Kruse, James Elshoff, Don Eversman. Row 2: Mark Jones, Bob Wierwille, Dale Grimes Jr.,.IarneSQ Jauert Beginners Note 12: Row 1: Ann Henschen, Mary Vordermark, JUdiflW Schrolucke, Row 2: Michael Overley, Sharon Henkener, Diane Lammers, Danny Henschen. africa! prodloecfd Junior Band Noie 9: Row 1: Roger Kaiterheinriclw, Danny Meckstrotlw, Roberi Grimes. Row 2: Joyce Seit- lage, Larry Roettger, Tommy Mc- Clure, Larry Jauert, Connie Schroer, Linda Fledderiohann, Barbara Bam- bauer. P 1,131 'IS Q' Note ll: Row 1: Louise Hens-:hen Palty Hinze, Karen Gruebmeyer Cheryl Eversman, Row 2: Karen- Meckstroth, Laura Wierwille, Kathleen Wellman, Perry Kantner, Gene Schrolucke, Dean Clausing. .5 I ,plfrof ' ,Ny OL ILIIU iw T BASEBALL ROUND-UP FF . R , W 1 YJ.,.'i: Q mhywpla E ' 'V wk! 'll A with ll ' K W ,illlk 1 AJ .. rv ' lim ll it 717. , - K '-N r ' , W l 5 1 V 4.1 5 Identification reading left to right, Row I: Jerry Lehman, Larry Snyder, Kenneth Schrolucke, Ronallfzl Home, P t R ' J n Gene Deerhalke, Don Clausing. Row 2: Dean Deerhake, mgr., Larry Howe, Don Warner, a el y, o Froning, Larry Longworth, Bob Wierwille, Bill Jones, Tad Kattman. Row 3: Nathan Stienecker, Dennis Lammers, John Buddemeyer, Clark Froning, Lee Schroer, Ned Niemeyer, Willis Telliohann, and John R. Musser, coach. Buckland 0 Cridersville I Botkins 6 New Bremen I Buckland 3 Gomer 9 Cridersville I Mendon I I955 FALL RECORD 2 6 New 0 3 New 5 O New 3 7 New 2 4 New I2 2 New 3 4 New I 3 New Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville I2 I4 3 I0 9 3 I2 I 6 II 3 9 I 3 7 I I0 3 8 7 II I 0 I Although the Rangers were without the services of four ot last year's regulars, due to graduation they were able to come up with a winning combination. During the tall season the Rangers won five games and lost two, while the Mendon game ended in a deadlock, one to one, when rain halted the play One of the highlights of the season was Nathan Stienecker's no-hit pitching against Cridersville on September 9th. As the spring season nears, the entire squad is anxiously looking forward to the Auglaize County Tournament which is to be held in May. The Rangers were the county champions last year and have visions of repeating the honor this year. AB T. Kattman 24 N. Niemeyer 21 C. Froning 26 L. Schroer 29 W. Telliohann 23 N. Stienecker 23 D. Lammers 17 J. Froning 20 J. Buddemeyer I4 B. Jones 3 L. Longworth 4 P. Reilly 4 B. Wierwille 11 FALL PLAYER AVERAGES R H 8 6 4 3 9 I3 8 8 I4 6 7 8 0 3 4 5 3 2 I I 2 I 0 O 2 2 Twenty-f ive B.A. .250 .I43 .500 .276 .26I .348 .I77 .250 .2 I 5 .333 .250 .000 .I82 E. 3 2 5 3 O 5 6 2 2 0 I 0 I I. I. F.A. 885 923 808 92I 000 848 854 778 935 000 000 000 923 AL' I ll PY. 2' w I Q v I , v amzfy N.K. 51 N.K. so N.K. 78 N.K. 55 N.K. 55 N.K. 55 N.K. 58 N.K. 70 N.K. 5a N.K. 67 N.K. 75 N.K. 51 nk. 50 N.K. 74 N.K. 59 N.K. 44 N.K. 44 74 N.K. El15L6fLflK QOUIIJ-M10 Row I1 Tad Karfman, Dennis Lammers Dean iquck John Buddemeyer Bill Hinze Row 21 Willis Telliohann Bill lVlCCullough Clark Frortirtg Nathan Stelrtecker Lee SChrOel' "COACH MUSS" Seajoll Wacom! 1955 M4011 7956 Buckland 58 New Bremen 65 Cridersville 61 Fort Recovery 42 Sidney Holy Angels Wapakoneta St. Joe St. Henry 60 New Bremen 80 New Bremen 63 As the Rangers started their campaign, they were faced with the problem of filling six positions left by graduating seniors, three of which were starting berths. After a slow start, the Rangers were able to hold their own throughout the remainder of the season. They were successful in winning four of five league games which enabled them to capture second place in the league standings. Brown 71 Minster 56 Mendon 55 Waynesfield 58 Buckland 65 Coldwater 51 Botkins 47 Minster 62 Spencerville 62 ounfg gd lijflficf j0urney5 In the 1956 Auglaize County tournament, the Ran- gers beat a fine Waynesfield team in their first en- 6 f 5,7 fl. f j gers lost to New Bremen in the championship game. oun y L6 'lc ourneg This made New Knoxville the County Runner-up and advanced the Rangers to the Northwestern District Tour- wecort-! nament held at Celina. There the Rangers drew Van Del in the first round, . , but were unable to keep up with the fast moving and mix Walgliiifrj sharpshooting Rockets. This g a m e ended the h i g h New Knoxville 62 New Bremen 71 school basketball careers of the four seniors on the New Knoxville 53 Van Del 71 squad. Twenty-siX counter. After defeating Buckland rather easily, the Ran- ederue S 4 'mf ,rig-. - 1 1 Q Row ls Gene Deefhdke l-GVVY HOWGI Larry Snyder, Ronald Howe, Kenneth Schrolucke, Larry Elshoff Row 2: Tad Kattman Bill Hinze Jay Sfauffer Larry Lonqwoirfh Jerry Lutferbeck John Froning Row 3: Bob Wierwille Bob STareH4 Laffy Kuck Bill Jones, Duke Kaiterheinrich- N.K. 23 N.K. 35 N.K. 27 N.K. 33 N.K. 35 N.K. 30 Nk. 32 N,K. 35 , ,...,.....--3, W. of-fix? 5 Y.: 5 "sl T , 5 Q-ff? he 52 9 A ' 1 li. Dennis Lamrners, 0501410 ?fl50ll QQCOITJ Buckland 24 NK. 26 New Bremen 21 N.K. 33 Cridersville 25 N.K. 41 Fort Recovery 28 N.K, 36 Sidney Holy Angels 32 N.K. 38 ST. Joseph 51 N.K. 25 ST. Henry 52 N.K. 36 New Bremen AI N.K. 23 NK, 34 Spencerville 49 5 lim , l W ,V 1, v,..yAg.W, 5 ,.., V-1.-,-.-,ix ...J 1' xx ' ' x if Twe my-Seve n Minster Mendon Waynesfield Cridersville Buckland Coldwater Botkins Nllnsler Q .4- w V :,,-ap-uw , fm racluafing garfefga oaffermelz Nathan Stienecker De Fireball! Fireball! Steam! Steam! Steam! Have we got a, sure we got a, Team! Team! Team! , Yes, this cheer is rated as "best sup- ported by the fans," but of course there is the needed colorful and planned di- rection ofthe cheerleaders. Sportsmanship is another qualification necessary for the cheerleaders. On I y through their personality and resource- fulness in stopping derogatory remarks, may a school's reputation be lowered or advanced to higher standards. We are sure that our school's reputa- tion has once again been raised through the effort of the New Knoxville Cheer- leaders. OGCA X him. feet seven inches tall, his ingenuity and aggres- siveness combined to make him one of the outstanding leaders of X 66 77 Meet John R. Musser, or "Moss," as we know our proud to have worked with you, and we say, "Thanks Muss, thanks for everything." You're our "Coach ofthe "Year," Kr' Clark Froning an Kuck Lee Schroer ardifg CAeerAac!er:i 3 ff Left to right: Karen Lamrners, Anne Jones, Gloria Wieirwille, and Elnor Arnett M55 Although only five school. We are Twentyaeight .1- .f.. -s Q -x -s- Gu.. Uluafing gadegaf olbffermen fx gtrl .Q Q Y .X-A-sv " - -N. -. sf ...is .xc s-iQwe.Q.. issu- Q-, .. . Sw, ., T-ly X? . ,N ss ...g .s ,.. .N ,s X t: Q- :,"Q' A Q, KAN ,N,',Q Ned Niemeyer Nathan Stienecker Lee Schroer Clark Froning Qffeldlfe KAQQPECICIQFJ anagefj , W Here's a riddle for you to , iggqf A Q ' , 5 Who covers up for all the - ll, A equipment that disappears ' 'W I S through their incredible packing system? Who spend hours over a washing machine as it slowly but surely chews up all trace of 'Q!!GSXsws - se wx Sandra Lammers, Linda Letfel, Jean Gritzmaker, Beverly Wamef suits, socks, etc. thrown therein. Or, who is it that can so very efficiently turn a simple cut into a compound fracture, thru appli- cation of first aid? And, last but not least, who is it that can turn Coach Musser's records into a cowboy western? Z?aJLef6af X f as , anagerg Y I W Q i ll ,s t ' :jf 2 f A' xXsl.1,f Nl v ' Y H, P Have you guessed it? Well, if . - it's the three managers appear- l - ' V, it ing above. Jim Henschen, Bob - ' McClure, and Dean Deerhake. Twenty-nine wx of .....'- l Kay Altstaetter l":5. ti 3 vi ' l if' .efli 3' ,A , f-K ' ,, Q Q n X n H 1 ' e Paul Bierbaum Twenty-one girls and sixteen looys entered the New Knoxville School in the fall of l955. lt was a new experience for all of them as students, but most of them enjoy it now. Mrs. Caroline Holtkamp is the first grade teacher and has taught that grade for the past thirty-two years. Mrs. Matilda Fledderiohann assisted Mrs. Holtkamp the first part ot the year. nut, A Q 'ir 'b 'wwf Sli! . .,,- ka' . - 1' f- .. Wx. lf- .. . i '-.m -11 , X Elaine Buschur ,... ., , . ' 'VT Ui .gpm Qu .I .. ' 'V hr--4' ...- ksfaew' - ' Q . 1 ' L LAX' . Kay Deerhake E Q "4 " ' Q A' Hd "' " - Susan Henschen .pw- s T it ff' Susan Eschmevef j av! T' A.- .JL1lo!fLamla 3 tj " . x 1 E M 1,4 an lg, M - Marsha l-loelscher ,A T fx f s ,, ... I u'o 5 .1 Q0 5, foal Rodney Kruse Qi 'W -on 4 x . -,v- Q r. I KX Daniel Kuck 'film , 'Ll .-! -fr . , , ,.,- , Q:-A 'N Q . . ,Q ',-:Ks -X3 R. Thomas Eversman W. li! Michael Kuck . J fi ' if W Q T I . ,142 y,,2 ."l v- 1 L-lfjfl Liaffetfzrf an v- - l Qi- . Roger Hoelscher Ly ,'9Y"",1- l,l 2 , X C M, lqviyg gr vqgr"" 1 T Q ,sw . Xiu. rss. Este. ,. ' P T g Joann Eishaff f -sq, n, ' , Q 1, 'J Dennis Fledderiohann ' Swan KUCk . p dgiy Q. 5. U Timothy Click A . 0 - . V u kj --ff Connie Katterheinrich ' '17 --S I ,gl . Ellen Fledderiohann Thomas Leffel Thirty X 5' QQ.: 3 P X . ,guy it S'-'f lei fl' -N an J. N ,ux -4- 5 "" " v Q ' 'gt 5 5,55 I Phyllis McCune X 'H' 4? VI iw? 'I N e K X Jll0""'i: -i 5, ' E Q .F .' Anita Niemeyer -v '- Xiao!! " N' I Billy Meyer .35 Beth Schrolucke ls . .lfllupy A 'T -on ve' Vicki Ott :ln In 11 ix... , .X M' 'O A itll K vb Dennis Montgomery if 0 Jean Schrolucke If-D Charles Schafer My-0 X, in . Patricia Settlage Brenda Musser ..- 9-. S. ... S ., SAL . ' a -' nm ... V 1, i Q35 its Linda Thobe -fu . wg, Renfred Wierwille an v- ,s ff Kay Wellman jimf gjracle l -if ml ws . g 4. 1 fi ka -ii lx. .ii yy Wayne Warner Bile' -Q." ' ".'zilf:1'?"" K N' Kathleen Nave Paul 5TOrk Jr. Mrsy Ca Thirty-one 1 fix be 1 K .1 ' I f 1 1 Mark Well-man 'NG' Q.. roline Holtkamp 1' lf.. . wT"'f' ,v .,..., X x.,' 4, Q, lk Wi. S41 5 1 O Madonna Buschur Pamela Cox James Deerhake Kathryn DuGranrut Bruce Eschmeyer f QW , fv N ix Sara Hoge 'Q as 15 , fi -.. Neil Katterheinrich l""4'e-' 5' ' ' ,-fra :ff M - ' -3 f I I AN i V l l - ., ' Joe l-effel Jovce Leffel Rita Maurer Marvlou Meckstroth Neal Meyer -v f z. , ,V- , .A 5 ,vin , - -yr , A i R ' A . 9 I".'5. l"ll'l'lQ5 em Kendra Rodeheffer Q ' qi bb I . 5. X V ' i Y i -Ili wax ' r Nancy Fledderiohann YQ! 'A if Douglas Kuck 15' J " R Q.. . ' "':'- 1 1 , , xx N f K M ' . l s Thomas Nolte ian f. vm... Y N, Jack Sch rolucke Donna Sefflage Donna Shellenberqer Jeffrey Shusler William Stroh William Sullivan Jackie Thobe Th irty-two fl ,A -QI ,,, y .5 li: pr " va Q 2 .' ' 0 fu 'Y .1 -"DA" x T--V Ui Q 'V- A F . k, . gx All ji 4 -.,. - 5-, .9 - 'fr-X . Harold Harrod, Jr. Ann Henkener Connie l-lenschen Gregg Hengqhen Douglas Hoelscher C6VOl Hoge Qu .1 The second grade this year has twenty-seven boys and eighteen ' girls. This is the largest enrollment this grade has ever had in the ,.lWQXN history of our school. , I . L X ' At the P.T.A. Carnival our class gave a play called 'The Shoe- David Iretlonl maker and the Elves." At Christmas time vve gave a play called "The Christmas Toy Shop." Our teacher, Mrs. Araminta Grimes, has taught the second grade tor fourteen years. ' R A ,Gs Os -Si W ,f A - T T i' Ted Lammefs Sandra Kuck If . vu Q- bv ,, Q .- Q -. 1 'fr sh rf' lie. ""' f "" 5 X 5 v ' no F Q 4 . YW X .Ab 'w f cxlf X X . M y " s ' . lx 0 . Q I . J ' ' ' Charles Overley John Opperman Stephen-Piehl Joan Prueter Joyce Prueter Robert Prueter I ,' li IV.. Q x X 4- -I gl' ff, econcl fade -, - Vw . VT, ,QK 1' we , elf? Kent Schultz David Schwabero 'av -of 1 6, 4 on y on . -- , g 1 . - a P' t 5 fa v T7 y ,X l ,6,,,fn5E.lx - ' E , ' - S l . . T 4 y rf .fr i. r .ndlrsxi Ned Vordefmarlf John Vornholt JoAnn Wierwille Mitchell Wietholter Ronald Zenz Mrs. Afamima Grimes Thirty-th ree , ,M llrlrf I . A' , X JN Q. ,, I 'K JW ' .,' XA'-X. anis' ""' 1.--on, 'WW' Q.. . Q " . , .1 Q "X """'l . 6' V Z? Q L' ' jg sig-nit NN' F iv--xml' , - fig...-1 f fi-pw f , . xl 1' v f'i"li-'ilglg J J A. . .M . .gifw +. in wi-1.-.E'.'--1'5fXWv.s:::::::iEE2E3EEEi3I1 'N ' sf ni Mxnm ' Jack Bielefeld Linda Bradford Terre Deerhake Stephanie DuGranrut Joyce Eschmeyer David Fledderlohann 1 9"'S::' Q uf 3 . GX M - 4, 6' xr' 1, 64, ' 'P'-'V' W- wie, .. 1 ' ,fl y :..- 'S L. NM-: " 1 " , Nj ' N yeas-"fl r , 7 -ffi . . ffieai- ,X fb Qin n X fm' i 'X ll? i J- www' ,-xxf:1.i-ATF:-r'E'a:z:z in ' - ma K Ruth Henschen John Hinze Dennis Howe Janet Katferheinrich Kathleen Katrerheinrich Q X mia... X an 5 M ,gw 'V . Q ag rv, v- l'. -- " 'le - -4- A --- . -- 'T -sr ' ff 'f J XQNVAQY r v .ii N N'1q?"llklEJ X . i James Meckstroih Janeen MecksTroTl'1 Kenny Meyer Karen Niemeyer Q. gy, -2, ' X e A - X ff A - ' "LF .." J , J md or er eznmc A -S ff wus.. , X Te 2 U 3 , i "' Wayne Schroer James Schwabero David Shafer Jr. 475 17, li Enix ll 11 Elaine Suclman Gerald Wolfe - ff- we 4, ,W-M wf we ,.- 1 Q x .,:v.,, I . 5: Thirty-four x-'zum J! I 1 , -1-ff -M 504. lR"'N"' ,,. . 'UD ,l .QL A, 'SL 5:33 X aff, K- it X L Y Q 9 Ng xl 4. Lee Fledderiohann Jghn Frische Constance Gray Linda Grimes Sheila Gruebmeyer David HeI'1SCl16ft .Ili 41 N .. . An - 0- 'N , . 't -v-N i ya ... - in if M , 4- -f-,1 1: .M ,li X lv U '11-5. J -1 v J xx: 111,11 y I . 4 BQ'-F 5 fx t Wayne Kettler Elaine KUCL4 Jane Kohlman James McClure Beverly MCCUHG ffm . - -. ft i oi" swf -1 ' .QL ," xx 'Na-:csv virggx, Sig- 'dmvl' N QL. Nl' .zap ' 4. - f fi . L.,'e 'f .. f- fm, is 7? T ' S.. fil5?x.,f'Se'-he J-f"'7 ew -W A A l Shirley Schafer Daren Rupert Karen Nuss Donald Schroer j Q 1. ir .Q '65 9' fa Q Q "' "' 'Q .. ' -- , Xl - ' I X X4 21 X ' Robert Jerrold Stauffer Craig Stienecker Roberta Stow' The third grade this year had a total of thirty-eight students. There are nineteen boys and nineteen girls. Miss Edna Katterheinrich is our teacher. She has been teaching the third grade for the past twenty-two years. This year we have studied spelling, social studies, sc i e n c e, reading, writing and arithmetic. For the P.T.A, this year, our class presented the play "Johnny Appleseed," and we also formed a rhythm band. For our Christ mas program, we presented "The Prince's Golden Crown." Thirty-five vrllsgf'-s 4 'Sp' M555 Edna Katterheinrich AL' I ll PY. 2' w I Q v I , v Q , v 3 X X X X s Robert Laughlin I"6. ,. -N Florence Opperman gg-,---' ".1:-'f I N . 9 os l"' tl' -u., ,- X if 9, Johnny Longworth James Manbeck ,VX V lv- w Us w - r 1 'F' I -5 S L , v Par 6 James Nleckstroth ' F The fourth grade is made up of li 'A fifteen boys and eight girls. We Qave Z -U a short play for the P.T.A. Carnival which fa ..- l x was held in November and in February 'I we helped to give the intermediate : fff grades program, , -uv GarrY Mccune rf 35, gf 31? Our teacher, Mrs. Shearl Sparks, .ll J used to teach high school, but for the , last tour years she has taught the fourth grade. She enioys working with young people and we have enioyed working with her this year. She has been w Knoxville for four- lsatricia iodeheffef teaching in Ne .' teen YEBTS. 'Ai ,, -.- ?"'vx Jane Schwabero raw-' 'NH Q.-f' , f t is--. Ivan Steinke affix - 1 MAF' 6' I gx 4- E.: Q, i Il.-X :gt l-Ynn Sfofk Beverly Thobe Richard Wierwille Thirty-six w 1 4 of 5 fl -QW! 'X li Q59 ,LM N., 'EN xv 5.-.fl 04 . .3 K 3, -xx X Suzanne Bambauer Donna Elshoff John Eversman i '14 'Y".1 4-x 1 .,,. Randayl Henkener I I W4 5 :. Q, ' x ,gun Judhh Hoelscher 'E IW" L: i I Kim Katferheinrich Ourlk gina cle Q in " 'Q' 'K adv fs. .4 ' ,-:' Nicholis Howe Joe Katterheinrich 2-Q-r1A ,v.+'. Ted Katterheinrich I s- - -' x 'Sf' 1- 'S G K k ary UC Ronald Kuck Mrs. Shearl Sparks Thirty'seven ,, A vc r X 'X ' ova ' A 'T if 'W Qs ln- g .gi ... .., , ' M -t My T. if .Q A I Gary Bambauer Gary Bradford JGITISS Buschur Kay Elshoff t H -. 0 c f . 5 X T M. lu L0 A Ruth Eschmeyer Qi-5,4 1 5vi""'j IT -IFTX-xv' A Robert Grimes The titth grade consists of twenty-four pupilsg thirteen i V .V boys and eleven girls. Our teacher, Mrs, Grilliot, has been i g xt teaching in New Knoxville tor the past three years. il-QQ. - , X-lim Jean Ann Roode joined the class in the tall and has Omlle Heldl become well known tor her musical talent. This year at the Carnival, we gave a room program P 'T' which was enioyed by the public. We also gave a play K lb by the name of "Davy Crockett." vii? A The fifth grade has had two class parties this school ' year. Sharon Henschen T T ' V1 'dl 3' A K ..f ..,,, , - :EQ ,... Q 'JI inf f -, I -er 5, ,Q - ' .Nw ., f-. "X """' W I A Er .1 Lx . ,S x ? .YA MN... sg , ..g 4 3 ,. U . Shirley Homan Thomas Howe James Jauert Guy Katterhelnrlch Th irty-eight elm l . . 1 x .R P 5 if , , S7 Q 1 Marilyn Kruse Linda Jane Kuck Marcia Kuhlman Sharon 'Heffel gyracle . J Rebecca Meckstroth K ll 23' Q ..- -5 -- , x P Slanley Nolte Xllf Karen Rain v s v ,.-. A -.--xx s'- , Jean Roode 1.4 A er , f 11 4 x. Aix. KX I l ' W, - R , 1 - r e ,-,l M-4' ' A X Y! .A x I u f Judilh Schrolucke Def1f1lS 5l'1UPP Mary Vordermark Stanley Wiefhol1er MVS. Lulu GrilliOT Thirty-nine ,exam if-M 1 'ds' :ij u 'U Q "Q -e We v .og X.: I -luv :Lf I i R b - X e ecca Budderneyer Comme Elshoff James Elshoff Mack Elshoff Cheryl Evewman l Steven Jones A " Steven Kruse same-Q. 'WSF' p 'W mf. Sfienec er 5 i .. - -. tv? N. . 5 Diane Lammers JUN? 6'T'h " , 'Y U hp 5 ,' . . K ' 'Y - ' M Ax AQ Nik V4 I K . , .4 A e mm 'A , .- 1 I X, xx Q 'ifrl4zfE:k,,..,i11im. EUQEVWS Oppefman JV- Muchael Overley Kathlyn Rodeheffer Richard Scheblo Bonita Schroer Forty ?' Y Xl lg In hi ,-WS, .riL.N. 'l Q19 -0,4 C.. ', 'O' 'C' ..' '. X N1 ' ,- .M- W -IL . T Mafllbfft Harrod Sharon Henkener Ann He"'SCl'le'T Danny Henschen Dennis Henschen Our class this year consists of sixteen boys and eleven girls, five of whom are in the junior band. H 3 5' 4 At the P.T.A. Carnival we gave an operetta Lugo- ' Qi, we gave another called "l-lallovveenf' On February operetta called "Telling the Truth," and a play called :Y "Sewing Society." David Kattman Our teacher, Nlr. Stienecker, has been teaching for thirty-five years, of them in the sixth grade. eleven years 9 ' r we have been studying social 5. This yea studies, English, science, reading, writing i A W. X and arithmetic. We 5 '4- Stanley Kuck 'Tis A val: 0 J S LX P61 0 ,Nsffi Jr' N f '1-L-nk Thomas Lammers 'Iii 'T l Joyce Stork . -5 1 3 '5'-H 'TY-R63 ' ,'i "Q t's:' i V... . - x. W N .s . .O h 2 I' Y N ' K Connie SC 'Cel' Robert Snyder Jan Stauffer Russell Stienecker M,-V CAR, Sigenecker Forty-one .6 ,-47 Q .r--my r .ar 4. 1 ,af - me ,, ' ty 'ga 13:51 Q w- 4 un- Q- I X cu . -- X 'Q-' I N-' 'C7 J 'Z' 'C' ."'w" V S- A' X- Q Fix X V J ' 4 Barbara Bambauer Paula Bubp Glenn Culo Kay Diegel Gary Elshoff I-GFVY Fledderioharm m, Mag Joyce Howe ws.. v -' J' 5- " Z., . . . if . -'J so I P My ' A Q: - ,r I' S nl' " .- .. f' M .V K, .Q-maaunii' ' 5-3, Q ' " x Q T' Lee Katterheinricle p , . 1" V f' . A aw v- W f "A Qi ' Q si in S: J -A .lx 'za at -11 ' ga 'ff C . -1 if r 4 'I '., , X v A - x X , I 3 1 K .king Y f, I -XS! Roger Katferheinrigh Jeffy Kuqk Richard Kuck Robert Kuck Harvey McCune Danny Meckstroth Forty-two 5 -fs It A 0 'i"1."-' H- gg, .:,?. 'A ' '5 -:-. X x xr". W .. A W llQ'!l . ,. - , Ng x ff 1 W J 5? A ,g,P,,fx , ... Karen Gmzmaker Louise Henschen Michael Henschen Jerry Hoelscher Mary Hoelscher RavmOnd Homan QUQl'liA QDPCLCJQ Beginning this school year, the seventh grade had enrolled eleven girls and seventeen boys. Our advisor, Mr. Kelley, assisted us in adiusting ourselves to the nevv routine of study, We enjoyed several class parties, participated in iunior-high basketball games, and were members ot the junior-high chorus. We are also happy to announce that the seventh grade is showing interest in band activities. We took part in a Thanksgiving program for the entire student body and the community. In order to make money, the class has taken on the project of collecting sales tax stamps. Terry Houston 'a -Qt MAN A ' lf. -, c my fl Peggy Katterheinrich -. . l 2 4, , 1-A s f p ff X' -1 2 af- - K" ,5" , , "N" t lg' I 1 . ' JLQX A Q' im-,x , L Q. , , , f-Tw., -x ,-.TJ -5 5 -V , , 1 V . 3,-1 - 4: IA l :puts ,'f4':mJl John Schroeder Gene Schrolucke Sharon Schrolucke Diane Shuster Alberta Wierwille Bob WiefWill9 Forty-three ii r. under 5 Richard Bambauer , Dean gauging V X, 'Wav' ,- -, fc- 'xx "' . Patricia Hinze U '.' . rl sxxacrfaw, .. h .Q iS' -. iysriflg, 1 U... -K L""k ' Er j is Z.. Dale Grimes, Jr. ,Saw ia 'fr A ,gr Mark Jones as 73" ' X-, V 'L ui , ul. Bill Kuhlman fi,-,.k, i 'Ki-if fig .a iii ' ,. , ' Thomas McClure ' ',.,i X :Q gi MNXYM. -L W Dale Meckstroth X... 1 1 X ,fs X 'H' 'y Larry Niemeyer 7 1 , 'Q , John Scheblo 3 W' . 9 , ,Tw , 'Q .- ' II "' - .ffbflgnguualiiili Edward Shupp Ka1hieen Well-man Forty-four Q ug . L Ll 5 AfA gjracle ' 9 -A li, 34 x U Donald Eversman xg Linda Fledderlohann 1""n I 4 'E Karen Gruebrneyer 'sl ' iw' 'df G,-SD. E . rc' Larry 'K 'T af QQ. lr',, ' Perry Kantner i',.QJff' Larry Jauert .f This fall seven girls and eighteen boys were enrolled in the eighth grade. Our class advisor is Mr. Musser. Our Junior High team has played several basketball games with other schools, and four of our girls, Patty Hinze, Karen Meckstroth, KarenGrUebmeyef, and Kathleen Well- man, are cheerleaders. At Thanksgiving time the class ioined the Seventh grade in giving a play called "The Early Pilgrims." We hope everyone enioyed the play as much as we enioyed giving it. 4 A4 E ' x 3 I - ...- Dale Manbeck i 5 f I Karen Meckslroth .1 J J. kno' -H V' at fm-.L 'Il ,-. - Larry Roettger 'WT' "' hw 'lui' T Joyce Settlage - 'v Laura Wierwille Ralph Wierwille Forty-five THE u26n OF '56' PRESENT THE l956 MEEVIOIR 17TH EDITION NEW KNOXVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD In this book we are attempting to give you more than a record of facts and faces. We hope to recall life as we lived it for twelve years, our hopes and ambitions, our endeavors and efforts, our successes and attainments. We would interpret for ourselves and all who read now and hereafter the values for which our school stands. . .a silver chord of memory "for the future." READING GUIDE LOCALE . . . . 2 -A ADMINISTRATION L FACULTY . 5 scncot '. . 9 CALENDAR 11 ACTIVITIES I2 MUSIC 20 SPORTS . 25 ELEMENTARY . . 30 UPPER CLASSMEN . Q6 mmnms . S2 CONTRIBUTORS . , 62 WWE . . . 72 CAM 0 Larry l0VlQWO"ll" Rosalyn Eschmeyer Della Homan h Mary Bl6fb6UTT1 Donald Hensc en Jameg Kuqk 8 ix KM i WM sy lr J . .Ji , an I if t fx, i r if Q. 2 x , " i Y -. T r NNV' 1 k fig , lille' X' ., ' .. A N c 5:- l ' f ' '43 ?l , . ' ' fill 2 W' Jeffy Lehman A x ' t .. -5 x an-i vm., " ml , , tix B, Sandra Lammers -x ' Mary Bambauer W- 5 lfl' r gf 6" ' N-X , J Ronald Howe i Gene Deerhake Larrv Howe l h tt Janet Hoge , Q Sandra E S O , I f Marta Hoge V! -f i, f- r at Z, as I 4 , M - if A f - , Q " A at X X X V. Allan Smith sry? - -- 'Ll X. fl r at "'1Q"' W E Mrs. Martha Haberkamp, Advisor Doris KlODfeVW5l9'n Q ' x Our class has nineteen boys and eighteen girls of which I4 are in the band. Our advisor is Mrs. Haberkamp. In order to make money our class took up the proiect of selling light bulbs and collecting stamps. Both were a great success. We have a new pupil, Emma Jane Roode We already love her for her personality and musical ability. We are proud to have two gurls in cheerleading, They are Jean Gritzmaker and Sandra Lammers. We gave our first High School Party in October and we hope everyone enioyed it as much as we enioyed giving it. Forty-six ag 9 Emma Roode Q Don Kiefer Q- o- sa A 11- f Am , ' A Joyce Barnbauer 'S 1 Ss ,Jr ,I Larry Snyder .. V sw -'S' D ' H 'dt ,ff 1 r if 6 oris ei :I I S 1 1 , - X - f f X' l 13' " Q X' is .Q .ff ' 1... ' 'ix ' J - Q7 , . X - .- 9 - XF ,Q K ' Jean Gritzmalcer 94' ' Gary Kalferheinrich 'K Gin D .Q Patricia Laughlin , .Af in Ken rh s ii i 1 A " ' me C ro Ucke A tx-,f Billy Henschen Larry Elshoff z V' ly A 1' L, 1 Elsie Sleinke J3. Q 'IQ W r JV ' 5, Robert Wierwille Thomas KUC14 A Q If ..,' :V 5, A . Doris Schroer .1 9 4. F f' 'N ' fa N xr' F' -X 'N A ' ' '4' ' it "W 1' w.0x- T i C x 2 x. X 6 , r ..-x . ' X ' 'x Darrel Kuck X i x V- .A ki WL 1 , x , v - ' Q l l Nl? Don Clausing ' f Linda Kaltman 'A Q D I X H l Delores Ott Q 'H ,. v 'j Kenneth Kusk Forty-seven John Buddemeyer, John Froning, Bill Jones, Tad Kattman and Jerry Lutterbeck display their ath- letic ability. 5' A, N" i 935' Emily Kruse That was a funny one. YQ ' '- f .. V l r 17 .6 3 H-FV ' Q5 V A :.r:.4Af' s xg Y 5,5 00.5 .3 A K I Q 2.32: Janice Schrolucke and Grace Settlage Housewives ot "58" 6 M f Linda Letfel, Elaine Shuster, Beverly Warner and Doris Settlage Biology test, here we come. Forty-eight fm 0 This year the Sophomore class consists of nineteen pupilsp ten boys and nine girls. Our advi- sor, Mrs, Newell, has been teaching at New Knoxville for three years. Pat Reilly moved into this community last summer and we have been fortunate in having him in our class. Two of our girls are cheer- leadersg Linda Leffel and Beverly Warner. We all participate in chorus and five of us are in band. We gave a Halloween party last October for the entire High School, which was our first class project. sag: J' if John Froning calls the meeting to order C'?t 1 ay 1958 4 lr 3 il! Jean Eversman, No one absent today. 3 5 I, y .,,f5', Beverly Warner, Linda Leffel Yea! Team, Fight! FN Elmer Neuman, Bill Sudman Molor Maniacs ,RTV 1' a 3 l '-Q I. . j aw! .1 ' 4 ff 1 .N Pat Reilly, Don Warner, and Larry Kuck Who said Thar? l, l fx 1 if Q , 1 , U :Ea :WN-. V LKTQ: ,N if f ' 5 " Q 1-. N sf "5 'L " 3 ' f 5 ,- X' ' A A 0 - M4 Tad Kaftman, John Buddemever and Jerry Lurter beck Late again? Forty-nine Order in th e class room," says, President, Jim Henschen. fr. .. g t . kill Three of me H5OQH mechanics, Duke -K is Katterheznrich, Bill Hinze, and Bill McCullough have just prepared a I new car ..,. forthe junk pile, ...1---9 i' il B CAM O Janice Autderhaar, Joann McCul- lough, and Dixie Shuster aren't watching their waist line very well. Who cares girls, eat heartily and We'll Wafch 51- This year our class has eleven girls and nine boys, of which eighteen are in the chorus and three are in the band. In the fall we gave a play called "ln Spring The Sap" directed by Mr. Kenneth List. Our advisor, Mr. Hoover, has taught in New Knoxville for the past two years, and one year previous to that in Indiana. Thanks to the New Knoxville community, we were able to conduct a very successful magazine selling campaign. lt is also our honor to sponsor the Jr. and Sr. prom this spring. Never mind,.Gloria Wier- wille and Jane Henkener are iust practicing for Eagles. . . Meet Willis Telliohann and Elnor Arnett, the Maggie and Jiggs ot New Knoxville. Bob Starett and Jay Stauffer have finally roped their women. Fifty looks luke Martha IO, Eschmeyer got caught r-X. lf A The Buq Wheels ofthe JU H I O V class Jum Henschen PI'eSIClel'1T Wrllts Telllohann ........ Vlce Presldent l:Inor Arnett Secretary Martha Eschmever Y l l 6 Q s.. Bull McCullough William Hinze and DUkeKalTerl1elt1rlCl'1 Dennis Lamrners and Roger Moellenkamp in the Ag. room with the old Prof. Franklin. 2 J V t 'ttf 1 V V '1 ' --ws, L Q N D Oi rj , 670154 may 7956 Cfarizi ,Malory lt was a tough day for us that Tuesday, following Labor Day, l952. For many long years we had wonder- ed what the day would be like when the high school accepted us as Freshmen. Now we were finding out. Soon, our class advisor, Mr. Freymuth, made us feel right at home. He greeted all twenty-eight of us, in- cluding our new class member, t-aye Duncum, with that friendly attitude with which we had come to know Film. During the year, our class took part in practically Gll of the school activities, and we'll always remember the thrill of going to our first high school party. It was a much wiser class that came back the following September. We not only knew how to study, but also how to play. this we proved by sponsoring a successful Hallowe'en party. During the year, our enroll- ment dropped to twenty-tive. Faye Uuncum moved to Alaska, Reinhold Paulat continued his education in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Leland Shroyer and David McCune found other interests. Again we were fortunate enough to have Mr. I-reymuth as our advisor, and with his help we began earning money for the added ex- pense we would encounter during our Junior and Senior years. Gene Bubp moved here from St. Marys, anc konald Kuck returned after a long illness. We now had twenty-seven members in the class of '56, Our Junior year is one we'll always remember. That year we became the proud owners of our class rings, we presented our class play, "Love ls In The Air", which was a huge success, and we gave the beautiful .lun- ior - Senior Prom, "Aloha isle", which everyone enjoyed. The class continued to be very active and our en- rollment remained at twenty-six, having lost Nolan Harlamert, who moved to Dayton, and regained Marilyn Lettel, who had been with us in grade school. Our class met an entirely new advisor and teacher that year, Mr. Hoover. He was very helpful in preparing the annual Christmas Dance, and leading us on to higher scholastic standing. As sophisticated Seniors, we entered into the swing of education with an interest never before realized. Among our senior highlights were our play, our high school party, and the Junior - Senior Prom. Needless to say, the yearbook took its usual toll of nerves and patience. Physically, our class changed very little. Phyllis bleiftke Came to US from Wapdk ST. Joe, and DOrlS Eisert dropped out, finding interests elsewhere. Scholastical- ly, we will long remember those "world shaking" scholarship tests. The results made us realize that our long hours of study were not in vain. Last, but not least, we are extremely proud of the contribution our class made in the field of sports. We were lucky enough to be a sizeable part of the baseball and basketball teams with our members leading the cheers. Graduation will always be an important part of our life and we wish tc thank anyone who had a part in making our success possible. Cfau icerrf DEAN DEERHAKE Baseball Manager l, 2, 3, 4, -5 ' 1 A Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, 1, 'K Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, ,.' N Chorus l, 2, 4, Class President l, 2, 4, ,I Class Vice-President 3, F.F.A, l, 2, 3, - 7- . F.F.A. Treasurer 3, "Love is in the Air" 3, f ' 5 President of Band 4, Photography Club V J, ' 4, Memoir staff 4, ' C gg Maiors: English, Science, Math., Voca- ' gf .2 '-.. , ' V tional Agriculture. "gi .W if-r - 'Sr' ' NED NlEMEYER . Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, E F.F.A. l, Library 3, Class President 3, Class Vice-President l, 2, 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Maiors: English, Math. Fifty-two x A Q5 pgfi dn? kv! 5 I f 3 , 4 1" Q' if cg A V S v 4 6' V globin:-4 ROBERT MCCLURE Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Dixie- land Band 3, Chorus 1, 4, F.F.A. 2, Ass't. Treasurer F.F.A. 2, Baseball l, 2, Basket- ball Manager 3, 4, Library l, Office 2, "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir Editor 4, Maiors: English, Science, Math. KAREN LAMMERS Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, Office 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Class l, Treasurer of Chorus 3, Vice-President of Chorus 4, Librarian of Band 2, News- club 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Ass't. Edi- tor of Memoir 4, Maiors: English, Science. Cfajif Ofhfem .lULl HOGE Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Secretary of Band 3, Librarian of Band 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Chorus 3, 4, Library 2, 3, Secretary of Class 3, 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Editor of Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: Science, Eng- lish. ROBERTA SCHROLUCKE Office 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus i, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Class 4, Cafeteria 3, Ass't. Editor of Newsclub 4, Milk Vendor 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4 Maiors: English, Science, Commercial. 1 Fifty-three . if i K ' Q 5 'Q ,fa 5 f i a an fa' 1't' vf' ,F M .,, ,., I -"' .. sf 1- I .1 ,4 ., 'P Fixx?- X i .3 'rr-fr l . .r f tw . -3 . yii 7 L I r 29' GENE BUBP St. Mary's: Band l, New Knoxville: Office 3, Photography Club 4, Newsclub 4, Milk Vendor 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, History. EILEEN CLAUSING Band i, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library l, Office 4, "Love is in the Air" 3, Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, Commercial, History. VIOLET DUDGEON Chorus 3, 4, C5fe1eria.4, Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, History, Home Ec. DONNA ESCHMEYER Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library 2, Librarian of Band 4, Malorette 3, 4, Newsclub 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: History, English, Commercial, Home Ec. Fifty-four , . x. 'S i,f!i -041' f " Q DEAN KUCK f g 3' X Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, E, ..-Jr' Chorus i, 3, 4, Office 4, Baseball 1, 2, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, Com- ' mercial, History. 2 J ELLA MAE KUCK In Q Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3. 4. Dixieland Band 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, fit' fav K "Love is in the Air" 3, Cafeteria 3, News- , ,x ,Jiri club 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, ,,, ,, 'qi - Commercial, History, Science. AQ A?" R3 ' ' 9 l f 'll . r ...I Q .7 , ... .. .r .WV iss I . ' N Q 5, .fl Y " A 254' " 1' 1 . HW -2 ' X ' R I I CLARK FRONING Chorus l, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, F.F.A. President 3, "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: Vocational Agri- culture, Science. ELIZABETH ANNE JONES Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Library l, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Band 4, Class Reporter l, 2, 3, "Love is in the Air" 3, Nevvsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, Science, History, Com- mercial. Fifty-five 'A fil l u,,,,..,a-.-mu mu fi- ,--Y-1-. s A g -V X as is V . . ., 41' 'Q X . ' ' ww- - , A , N' Q, ' wi 2. "'1'. f it xx ws Y- ' 4' P- -- SEQ " T . , - " HXNQ P ' , - XS- ' . HfbzSN,5 ' -' S X ll f' . xl cf -gs' M ffuagf Q Q Q' 'Ki Ks' fixj Q ffgf ag? ' . - "" V o ' -xv, :eva ' -' 'A ,:, 5 I fe: is -P T . f , J ' "Silence is Golden" i K . 1 X, FQ? X1 Q .bn . 5 f pf, ' .-..54"' S5 s ' . 5. is -:lan N. "Wandering Thoughts" EDU! "The Kelley Plant" A B Cs, If You Please" Two Cliocah? "Pathway to Learning" j "The Nerve Center" fT ,'. Sin A .l l wc? .x 5' Ji' gin - ' :SEV it 2 Q i' :ws T "We Meet Again" "Nimble Fingers, LeT's Be Quick" a 13? . Nut- 5-S Nf'1f:.' 'Qgrf ,f I if . , 0-1' , V i RONALD Kucx l Basketball' i,b2, 3, Choizus I, 2, 3, Library X 3, Love is in the Air 3, Newsclub 4 Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, History Commercial. MARILYN LEFFEL Wapakoneta: Chorus l, 2, G.A.A. i, 2, F. H.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Library I, New Knox- viIle1 Chorus 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Library 4. Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, History, Com- mercial, Home Ec. MARJORIE MCCUNE Library 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Offic Cafeteria 4, Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: Home Ec., English, His tory. JO ANN OTT Chorus 3, 4, Office 4, Memoir staff 4 Maiors: English, History, Home Ec. Fifty-six l NO i MORE i HOMEWORK ! it 6 ll E Qwicf l 0,097 Sinner. C Fl-HY C, 1 J 'e511'.1i"?a ,gl ffwr ..f- P' 4101? nl, ,ares , Q Lf' N- L 1? , lad' 2, riff d I 1, 1 A. 5' P 1- 45- LEE SCHROER -f "' "' Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 'f F.F.A. 3, 4, F,F.A. President 4, F.F.A. Re- ' porter 3, "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4, Majors: English, Vocational Agri- ' culture. I G PHYLLIS STEINKE ' ' Wapakoneta: Chorus I, 2, 3, Class Play 1, Q 5' 2, 3, Camera Club 3, CYO Club l, 2, 3, Nl'orch" 3, flrlew Knoxville: Chorus 4, emoir sta 4, Maiors: En I' h, C - mercial, Home Ec. g ls Om 3.25-I N I I. , ,ff EVELYN SCHROER Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Office 3, Cafeteria 3, Library 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, History, Home Ec. JOYCE SCHROER Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Dixie- land Band 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library 3, Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: Science, English, Commercial, Home Ec. Fifty-seven 1 ' , 5' +R , xo C I 4' i i 1-QNX Y J 'N-1 """'Pr sf X 'X x r X R , N A X, Q' Rgf , Q. ,W - NATHAN STIENECKER Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library 3, Basketball 3, 4, Newsclub 4, Vice-Presi- dent of Band 3, Maiors: English, History, Commercial. SHARON VORDERMARK Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Chor- us i, 2, 3, 4, Office 4, Class Treasurer 3, Librarian of Chorus 4, Cafeteria 3 , ' , si -'-,. sus., '4 '. c F- 1 . , . fs i , -1-' O 4 . "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, Science. "l'2.'Z7" Band I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Chor- .. us 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 1, Newsclub 4 "Love is in the Air" 3, Memoir staff 4 Maiors: English, History, Science, Com mercial. -md Z' ANNELY WIERWILLE Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library I, Newsclub 4, Memoir staff 4, Maiors: English, Commercial, His tory. Fifty-eight RUTH WARNER 950'00'0.'000' 5s 000 9 0 00 '00 000 00 A E 50000 ,00 0,4000-0 9,02-,0000 5"v000o00'0 'Q' 99 '0000' 0 0, 00 00, 0, 0 , we Q Q + M' '0 A ' 'Q ' 0 sw 0' A 0' ' 0 ws-'M'-'Qw -'f'- -'weave sv.-'3'01S'53't"0-023:06-"'3"3"'N:-'26"'?r8'e 0 . N..p,.N.e'. 0':"v':"9"'2"0'0'0'-89 'S' "'900' 9" '9 X 499 0'000'60'.' ' 0'3'0'0 qw. 1 9500 0 J 2'2'st"" az' of 3.55092 6:90 Q 0'0'0"0 A 0' Q' 590g 9. X 0"Q0s0 i '0'0'0'0Q90 ' 'f Q99 0' 330950, enzor ro 1 ed ,f,Qo30f' 020.9099 ' 1 5 0 0 322522522 A iiizizfsf. M4300 Qiwg GENE BuBP V 1 0'g9,0,0,0,0 He s five feet eleven, sbp! ' ....iq..... . . . N. OW gssgze., His hair is blonde. .095 966, And of Eileen 5, J :,:,a0,:,0,: He s really fond, 020. 0 ,:i,:,:Q:, He's long and thin 5320? N 9.9 0:02093 And loves his art. ff 3 ' '95 A d ' l I ,0,0.0,0, n in aw c ass He's really smart. : ,zz 3:22352 9 " '0'9'9 X ' 3:32559 25" if 00 '0"b 3' gpgztszz EILEEN CLAUSING DEAN DEERHAKE wig O g . O z5,0,0:0:0:: Welsee brown lla" above green 'EYES' His eyes are blue he has red hair 0.90.0009 Shes often present in Gene-'s sighs , , ' . . ' 20 0:0! 3.059.035 She likes To Sew . He s 6 tall, complexion fair. mia 5020203155 She likes to Sh We see him in the manager's den. 202033245 In Office WML ie, Th I H A general flunky he's always been. 'wig' , ,, . S ,e fnesl l 'ng' Because of his actions and his lizzie 0'Q09.5:Q0:0 QQXQSQ: She Span of Qulx of 56 He lets us call him "Dean the Dizzief' ::q'3'.93! z,:.:.:.:.z.g And in her work she's neat and quick. 0'0'0'0'0' 9 S' 509. .9.9. 99500 00,000 0'0'009Q0 0:9090 09093 SSQQ: VIOLET DUDGEON DONNA ESCHMEYER 253333 -was . . D if- . - 1 i 't0'3i'i'2Q 5,032,509 A future beautician we have here, V' TNQ If'nUS'C - The P16005 fine. 9:Qf0:9:9 Quiet, amusing, but always sincere, PlaY"fQ by ear" She keeps in time, 5,3690 Brown hair paired with eyes of blue. She llkes 5 Cefialn ST- Marys bOy. N ' . O 9a0:5:0z0 A whiz at law they tell us too. And bubbles Over W'll'7 laUQllleV and IOY- '9.0:0':9 51,155 5'5" and Very fame, A maiorette is what we see, .Q::,"'0.0' Violet Dudgeon is her name. But a beautician some day she will be, 0 '0'900'0' 9.9 Qoegwy. ...O wwe:-'v EQ. ,f 5.0'Q95'0Q O 'satis CLARK ERONING ,:,3,:,:,0 ' . Down the floor goes "44" s03?:0:0:5 And for the Rangers a higher score, A baseball camp he did attend, g:,sSs.Q0 5.32.3 And letters to Juli he did send. Qgtezsz. 0.939999 Eyes of blue and hair of blonde '00'09' 00 9' 000 9 Make a boy of whom we're fond. o'02'2'?"' 3"4'3'.' '2'2'2"f'3'3' '23'f!'!v2'Z 'Oxfam tfsgzzgg, Juu ANN HOGE ANNE JONES zgzgagg 0v'0000' . . 00' '9 Blue eyes mixed with auburn hair Her name's Anne Jones, ,:QQ0:0:0:g Make a lady sweet and fair, Her figure's fine, QSQZQOQ0' Her hard work opened success's door, They say "Fox" hunting's lt's fortunes for her and "44." Along her line. 223,306 '0'0'Q:0'0,O She led us all to build The "Quix." As a cheerleader, she's done her best '9g99:Q'9 0.0.5 0 ,5,0,0 , . . , , , 0,08 0,06 0,3,z,:,t,ze And with the kids she liked to mix. She s lively, spunky, and full of zest. ggzfqozs 0'0':9t0'0'0Q ' L o'0' 90' '09 0.':'0'39 a,0,0 0 9 0 0 , . 0, 00,0,0,0000.Q0000o000.00000o ,g000909090'0 00's 04:4 00 v000000o00000a0g000, ,s . ,fag pp 0 0,0 5 9.0.9.5 0 0 0 ,Og 0,0,0 0 0 0 0 03 ,Og 0,0,0,0,0,0 0 0,0 0 , , 0,0 0 Q 0 Q9, 3.0,5,Q ,005 0 0 0 00,0 0.0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .Q 0 0 0 g 9 5 ff p,020'0'4'090'0'099309099,02a,0,0:0:0'090'090'09,'Z9,0,0,0,0,02Q0 0'0:0'.2,9.'3,'fp90'0'.0,','0Q,0,0 0 0'o:-280 0 090,020 020'0:0'09!0'oQ 0 094'0'00,0,0,0 0 9,0 Q6 9,000.00 ,0,5.0,5.0.0e , , 0 ,0.0.0.0,0.0.0,0,0.0.0 50.39.00 .0, 9.0.0.0.,30.Q0,0.5,0.0 0 f00.0, , ,0.0.Q0, . , .09 Q, 000550. .Og 0p,5.5,0,00 .0Q. '- Q..-4.0-.-...Qs-s0:aa-:Q:':'::':':':':+:.:.:o:e-ffz' as.:-'e.:.Sg2': "9H000'0'w000o'00 's..0x,.4qg'NQ.q,'0000000cN00s0 00. 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A 20'0':'O' L k th lq h ' ' h Sh ' l li ' lt Cl 0'0'0':0'0'0 ...,.,.,Q oo s as oug ens in eaven.. es a ways rig t an gay. .0.g.g.g3:. z0,0320Q.0 He beats a drum with all his might She's 5'7," one inch above. 0:020:0:Q:0 He's full of pep and too much fight. For band and chorus she has a love. '0:03:g:g: QRGQIX Girls he knows from near and far. Her hair is brown, her e es the same, 95.0.0203 .00 000 . . . Y 09,955 His high school books are always alar. To be a nurse is her chief aim. .Q:Qg:Q:Qzg 00.05003 020' 09599 :gags RONALD Kucic KAREN LAMMERS :ZEEEQQS 00 0 00 Cars and motors are in his line. She's 5'6" her eyes are blue. E.:0z5:eQ: As a mechanic his work is fine. 4 To which, Ned or nursing, will she be true? 'zasfw HG QOSS to School, VST tends his lOb- She's always there on The Yearbook staff. His short-lived beard once drew a mob. And with those cheers her fame will last. 0:9:Q0:03 His hair is brown and he's dark-complected We'll all admit she's pulled some pranks, ,tisi But by school books he's not affected. But for her company we give our thanks. 0:02Q020:0' 8032.39 42341' W 032323: '0'0'0 0030" 'xg9,9, 00005 Szlizkff ".Q:1'3 3'2'2'aQ Qgozs Q:g:Qse0 gfvfszi 206,62 32523.53 MARILYN LEFFEL 532, Q, ,QQ Q .QQ Small but mighty, that's our gal, Qgzoggk Always helpful, always a pal. 520,02 :0"070Q , The bells she plays in our band. - 5f:9:O'9.O 0'0'0'0Q r . - . ro l 0-5 0000'0'0 ::3,:,..:. elll0 She Thinks her .lim is really grand, ggfgzozgzg, 00'0z0'Q'g She has hair of brown and eyes The same, 0'0'9g5,O' 0'0'0 0 94' - . 30.00 9 ,z,:g,:2:, And for her giggling she gets her fame. '00000' 0000 0g9g ,Og 59.9.0350 Q63 50,0200 ' 0, 00 I' 0'000'0 A i0 9.e's.' 1 A .0 ' ..:f.eO:. ff fi 050,096 , X 0:0,0,0z0' P' T' .3253 9 ,. Boa MCCLURE MARJORIE Mc-cuNE Qzgzgaoj 0 fx Tall, Clafkf and i1SfWdSOm9, TlW6T'S OUI' 505. "Our little Marjorie" she'll always be Q JK And boss of The Memoir, thaT's his job. To someone's heart she holds The key. A, He's also managed The basketball Teams 5'4" with eyes of brown- :0:0gfgz,Q X And alTlWOU9l'l quiet, has lots of steam. She does her Tasks without a frown. 02038. ', J. We think he's heading for a career, Home Ec. she likes and chorus, too. :.Q0:02:' K As an agricultural engineer. Of her friends she has quite a few. X f ' 1 0.06023 ' -' X NED NIEMEYER JO ANN OTT QQQOQOO " 0"0'0':' His hair is blonde and his eyes are blue, llls JO Am OH Whose name is here- Hg-'S rather Thin and 6' foo, But it'lI be changed by the end of the year. ' if - ,J In school he likes to study math, Chorus has been her greatest Treat: X 5 . Aff -' And college seems his future path. And in HOITWS EC- Sl1GS extra DEBT- A Q . 7 f . . . , ,. . ,I 4-C-f .- 1 1: f He backed the president his senior year, lt S Whlley Wl1O loves those SYGS Oi blllef -Y' .3 if And in left field he showed no fear. 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Her skin with freckles is adorned. n or er U les S ES 'lever ,ale . ' ' QQ l z' She's good on the trumpet we've been in- She has lols of Rep and lypmg Slullf K xy: .go formed ' And hard work seems to be her will. y- .Y 2 At this mcgmem She has no ties- Basketball programs, Memoir, and Quix .. . i -Q' But, be careful, boys, of those hazel eyes! All Ol lllese She helped lo llx' 09 I 510 1' - Qs f 33,5 2, LEE SCHROER SHARON VORDERMARK .0903 99 He was ialkanve and full of pep, Eyes of blue, with short brown hair E. R..,:2sf5 In baseball and basketball he was hep. And brown rimmed glasses she did wear. His goal will in the Navy be In chorus and band she took a part, Eff-3:12 To help to keep our country free. And twisting her hair became an art, ,K ' 2' o His forgivable blue eyes and blondish hair ln the office Sharon worked, I ff K fflj' Attracted the girls both sweet and fair. And in her duties she never shirked. jf, W . X xy -In 0 i s X 0 'rar' 'RSS .-M " ' 06 81.29 EvELYN scHRoER 85,363 0 559g O. o'Q.eo' ., p 'g Eyes of blue, red-gold hair. OAQOAQ X, . oosozoto ,Y ,O . She likes to sew and make her wear, 0:?:s9Q'g. mb . To be a beautician or nurse's aide p -f 5 enlor ls what will help her make the grade. ro L e Her looks and wit are quite a treat, :QSSQ No one can say she isn't neat. 5:-2.23: zizgzizgozit, 6:O'0o'o Q' S.x, .0 5 Q Q 4fa,o2o,s,o,., Qo'o'o' 0' ' 04' 0 4 0 Soooo ' "'0 .este-2' f ages.: rsgtfhsz s0'Q's 0,o,o4:o'fp '-rgisew O 0005 90 0 6020202 PHYLLIS STEINKE NATHAN stlENEcKER 'lg' '3'3- 334' 4' Dark lashes over fluttering eyes- 5'l l"'? who have we here? ofggay. QQQIQQ Better known as "Butterflies," Who finds basketball ever so dear? oJ5:',Q'0:o' 5'5" she's kind of short He's proud of his blue eyes and black hair, A St. Joseph ring she's glad to sport, And in his duties he's always fair ozozgsf As a hobby, sewing's a hit. He knows his girls from here to there, .ztaggssy A bookkeeping career is her next bit, And wishes he were a millionaire. 2533 aszzgzqz' 'O' io RUTH WARNER "'?'9'39' 53:53 ANNELY wiERvviiLE Q' 9' E es like the sk and hair uite lon . I 00600009 lrl all her subjeicts she's sellldom wing She llkes lo Sing and has me lime' A352 She's good on the horn and quick with tlhe brains. Her blg brown eyes help her llne- ':Q'f:': On the "Quix" and the Memoir she took great From Sl' Marys The l3OY5 do Come' 9o'o::2o'24'. tqgzat 'pains But she likes best a certain one. 'OO . . l . ' ' Q Within the walls of a hospital large CSM yea? 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U-5" Fc: .1 Miss Lillian Amen Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisert Lax: .K"' :tn"i T213 ""Sf'I::1 Mr and Mrs Ben'amin Elshoft lflflgml' Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Arnett ' l -261115.56 -fe?5E.,J1gv ELLQEEI Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Aufderhaar Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Elshotf all- ll"' pu 'I' ' grmusgg r . -5154 :iff 5555551 Mr. and Mrs. Orville Autderhaar MV- and MVS- Edwin ElSl'1Oll 'mmm . 1:41125-ii -- - . -v-5-megrgr. iIf??3'f Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Baird Mes -lanel Elsholf hzitafzt 17: ,-1- 1 . ffm!" M a M L El ri rf iw"il"" 22112-N3 r. an rs. awrence S o T13-ffl' 'ii :f:?:i.F.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ballweg f::i',zt1r1.l,. fqigfilg Mr and Mrs Lester Elshott wlillfifl Tli-'Tlx F Mr and Mrs Harold Bambauer ' ' ff-i4'71'f'7i7i f--':z::ci': ' - f-.-7-axis +1?-1::'-- Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Endres 4,21-EL-'fo-r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bambauer :.rfEZl.i:E.fFi -Iqgjgfgrfr Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eschmeyer Fling,-:ziggy -f"'t?'1' 'All-IIKQT r-1 .i47?..1,wlj Mr. Roger Bambauer ,4.-.,,-J--1. M M .ld B D k Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Etter rs- al' E' elc man Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eversman .zigqgggiygg -bvloum j ' I D L. 4 "3 F' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Belckman Mrs. Lillian Eversman ?:7"'3'. I . i:fx::lT-511.73 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berlet MVS- l-Yd'a Eversman liilifiaiif. 55555-.Q 'IE-55,1-if ffijgr-EEE Mr. and Mrs. John Bielefeld Mr' and Mrs' Myron Eversman -' 1-- - ". fri.: ' F9222 . Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Eversman A1 -Y-1--415 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bierbaum Q4-W 'rr :wx L55 ,gqgglzai Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eversman ..,:,5...,L, 5535553 Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Bode .jfiii-njglgu ...Q-.M -. : ti-A.. 1.31-.' 1 ffmgiia Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradford MV- ROQSV Evefsmafl Cfiiiilggffg .:"', t 1 -5- i.: ligigifqs Mr' and Mrs. Bernard Brady Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Eversman 'lil-JF Siiiiiizrct :v:xLEn::.L LTLIQTYQLPQ li-3Lf2"iZ:1 - . -- ii?'?iEl7iE '-53731371 'zmilt ' me-viz "':.L4f7.z T1'f-.na-J4- Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Bubp Miss Mary Buddemeyer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Caroline Oliver Buddemeyer Albert Clausing Clausing Mr. and Mrs. Zane Eaurot Mrs. Edna Feil Mr. and Mrs. T. Bryan Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fledderjohann August Fledderiohann ,- ., ar- '1137-o:'t.vn-1 ..,:.3,.,,, H: c-:L 1-mfg -1::::'5'--- 1 g:fflf::I '-T 1-'THCTI zz -11:11:35 .m::'.,-rg fzmlzqfrg EZTIFIQQT: T. 1123:-if -1. 1- 'Wife fzvliffz--f Mr, and Mrrg, Ferd Clauging Mr. and MVS. Dart Fledderloh-D-1 Mr, and Mfg, Leonard Cleuslr-rg Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fledclerlohann Mr, and Mrs, Addis Clirjk Mrs. Emma l:lEddel'lOl'tal'trt Mr, and Mrs, Herberf Cline Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fledderlohann Mr, and Mrgl Charles Cox Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fledderlohann Mr, and Mrs, Charles Culp Mrs. Matilda Fledderlohann Mr. Lee Deerhake Mr. Myron Fledderiohann Mr, and Mrs, Lepey Deerheke Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fledderiohann Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deerhake Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fledderlohn Mr, and Mrs, Reuben Deerl-rake Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fledderlohann Mr. Robert Deerhake Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eledderiohann Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dicke Mr. and Mrs. Norville Freymuth Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dicus Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frische Mr. Russell Diegel Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Froning E5L3t:7,?ii3..,.ll.'l':.iE'.'?-lY.lLi1E?l.93.F DOm.e.5l?95g' ' i H in E F i ' M".,?v.d,,Mf5,-fnflgsg 'itnQ,i'e' ELi'i.fLlQ"iQ E-sits -. -e--- . .-- .":.'r'-:"'- --... I ::.'--- -. ",---- - -Hs.. 1 -211.1-7-5i7":f zazaessttfiiistsati Peiiiiesiiggtgsfeseaieieisjzt For YOU have Helped ee very Well PSE?Piiliijiiililifliiiiiffaiiligfbvgiiii3lili223iliIiiif To make our "Memoir" pay. !72fS17L-'lIE!.!iS5e'i5Ei1ilIL.':7F.l:?f?i7?'37?fll!'.iL1?.5f-gi?Ef:Sf3.ff Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gray Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Grewe Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hoge Mrs.Araminta Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Dale Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gritzmaker Mr. and Mrs Oliver Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gruebmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hole Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gruebmeyer Mrs. Caroline Holtkamp Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haberkamp Miss Esther Holtkamp Mr. and Mrs. Ferd H. Habarkamp Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holtkamp Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Haberkamp Mrs.SarahHoltkamp Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harrod Mr. William Holtkamp Mr. Donald Heidt Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidt Gertrude and Paul Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Heidt Mr. and Mrs. Carol lreton Mr. and Mrs. Don Henkener Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jauert ....-.-L . . . :..4 ...- Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Henkener Mr' and MVS' W'll'am Jones Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Henkener Mr' and Mrs' Claylon Kanmer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henkener Mr. and Mrs. Addis Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs' A' A. Henschen Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Henschen Mr. and Mrs. Allen Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Henschen Mrs. Ann Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Edward Henschen Miss Edna Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henschen Mrs. Emma Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Henschen Mr. and Mrs. George Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henschen I Mr. and Mrs Henry Katterheinrich 15357115 514533 Mr- 553557 i-vrv. ..- MV. 151:13 and Mrs. and Mrs. Herman Henschen Leonard Henschen Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henschen t--1-5-T3 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henschen !1,2.:.- Mrs. Pauline Henschen -,UO I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henschen 1. --1.1: . . uffrrrr Mr. and Mrs. Willis Henschen lifif . . Eggs? Miss Annette Hinze Mrs. CarolynHinze Mr. and Mrs.Kenith Hinze :lrgrxln , , 3-1533353 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hoelscher 1:51.74 : . QEEEUZE Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hoelscher . .men 5585155 Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hoelscher LILVTZ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hoelscher Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoelscher .ld-4-61.1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoelscher :1...::-: rttrrti Mr ....-..- ::1:a::: zrztrtz' Mr ...i-.f..L - 5,".::'1 65221 Vlr 31171754 and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Hoelscher O. W. Hoerath Arthur Hoge Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Matilda Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Katterheinrich Howard Katterheinrich Howard P. Katterheinrich Myron Katterheinrich N. P. Katterheinrich Robert Katterheinrich V. E. Katterheinrich W. E. Katterheinrich Abner Kattman Ernest Kattman Lee Kattman Fred Kettler Milford Kettler Richard Kettler Kiefer Edward Kipp Lewis Kipp Allie Klopfenstein Mr. John Klopfenstein g:::'-,:f7f:I3 Eitiiifi' GIF: 39535225523 LC.-Lflkif-Ll!-Z-J 1:7111-PTTITL-gif '-3r.'7:1.rif2f-fl .ez-:'v::r:z1.: ' L L.r1"x1-1 fifzllteiipjri Un.-usvvls - U' ::7::::':1:::j3 zgnartzavsat :.44J:i:::-"hifi Pjlzlyltiiy-" f,g:fe'v51a-eil z'::A.:::'::3 alieiewfgs :'f4ggzefeft.g,q .eL:r::L... zt AI. J -- -- .gl-Lrzlillzjfrg .-a:L:-:.. -'-F jizysrztliffffi ,grit LZTIXUL ' 19 ak" N. fr-.rrn 1--t irzfiszua .51::r::2::?::: 'zrzigrjmifst k1.:::.::' 'T-3 3391533131 fQ.4s.,t1.4. T.::izg:.,:j: :ij ' ' -F1711-72 - SPE: :1-17515 'iliffliigiilj '1!C1'1lT..I7U 'ifmiiililfi ....- rgzesggeatgg-Eg fini-2152? sqirqix ffilriiiliifgel -rg15I:4:::.:r fillrsand Mis. Carl tj V r v .H 0. j Mxr. and Mrs. Herbert Klute Eiyrigjggfgi gg -W A- -e-ve 1-I--:re-' -i'f:'!'.:'u.r "- -vjuw -,-.....' KL "." ' . 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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse Mr, Qlrvar Mahn 1 :l,rg-ggi'-ui T: .4.T7T5t. :::1::215ifrE Mrs. Homer Kruse Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Manbeck 35553173 alrirgrz '--.gs 1. .: :f1,. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kruse Mrs. Sarah Maneke 157535: H--'-11 . HEEGFI1 !71gfiL:5'i'Q?3' MV- and MVS- Lester Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maurer 11.541-'i-H . . fwfr, - Mr. and Mrs. Vrrgul Kruse Mr' and Mrs, Fred McCabe re-rfigfiif lin-vb-I Lass -rfrl I" '7:7rt:"-T: ' " - - ,:'::.' Sit. lvzuzzfffwifl Mr. and MVS. Wllllam KVUSG' Mr. and Mrs. Walter McClure if-aggilfg 34424-VLH-S . nrcrisp- 'F151?iLil?5T,j Mr. and Mrs. Adnan Kuck Mr- and Mrs. Edward Mgcune jfiirlrgj '-fffffflfffw n1:'I::.::: ..........,, I r., ,... Z?Z2ilZ?5:Eff'T Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McCullough -fr:1:LtL-9 fL1 - -' -'L' 1 1 4-454-iff-Fl' Mr and Mrs. Andrew Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Kermtt McCullough Jr. fgfffgfrif f::1':::P. -1- ' tgrxgjjl: flfgifflflfjif Kuck Brorhers Mrs. Amanda Meckstroth bligfffji .1 ':'5:t'.. 1q':x51x::: ?ll32fE?:3sgj Mr and Mrs Calvin. Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meckstroth 14555517 r".'Ltt:':r:1lL. ' ' AAJLTZVZ! t-t. ..- ..-...1 . .....:.. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Kuck Mr- and Mrs- Ferd Mesksffotlt gifggsga I- 1:1727-:li . 3313 .',':,', Mr. and Mrs' E. R, Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meckstroth ?':F3?Z9Z5IE?TI 57: 5:1 Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meclcstroth --dvlen 'sn rf-E:-47'-' Liiiffzzriiij Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Kuck MV- and MV5- l-eV0Y MeCk5VV0lV' rlgiiffgifj -7'-civzgggrr :xr-17, 1 gfi5:5.:5T,? Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Meckstroth ----'-'f--- nr: ., Mr H O Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Robert Metzger -'tZ:E2t:Er-'2i ' ' ' ' - 2:11.-:1 EQFSZFIEQQQ Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kuck MV- and MVS- W'll"3m M9YeV :.?i55??151?E fiffkfif Mr. and Mrs. John Kuck MV- and Mrs- Dale Meyer 3-5355355 bn wr- nf I . . fuse -If Mr, and Mrs. Marrm Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Kermut Muller zirzpflrltlr- . . . :fe".':?fL Mr- and Mrs. Orloe Kack Mr. and Mrs. Wtllrs Muller r ' ':r-r114 r 'i'.f'E'5. 5-TQQIFQVF: Mr. and Mrs Oscar Cook Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moellenkamp Qffna lfiiiilfffffg- d M D I M 2513255251 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kuck MV- an VS- 5 9 OUVQOVUSVY ,...t..a: L- 21.1-2411 ?fI5H4?4,.l,jg Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kuck MV- and MVS- Ferd Montgomery :'7if+7LTjT 7-'lliieiifie' I" 5443.5 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuck Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Morrow iiyzgsiigiz :I :'I'i7'11T': fl- Tjff r:?f:f:fTrg,f?y Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kuhlman MV- and MVS- John R- MUSSQV ru::::::5I :J ,af-:-g-Q Mr' and Mrs, L. B, Kuhlmarq Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Newell 'J.1:::,p':'1fl': - -.-.73 4-gf: Env 7 I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nlemeyer --1515 fr: Euiiimfgl Mr. Lee Kuh man' . . NV Mr. and Mrs. Rernhart Kuhlman Mr. and Mrs. Bertlamm l9VVl9YeV 1:3-::r?.it , r .,. ., , --:-sf , f?l?E25???'f3'5 My Robert Kurqfz Mr. and Mrs. Donald Niemeyer ffggggf .-...-. .... ,S - 71 u J, L: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lageman Mr. and Mrs. Florenz Nremeyer r.u:::4:::.:s - V.: ' rar. Mr. Henry Lageman Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nremeyer Fir: 7955541-3 - LLrl'f?1'Qf gfirgg,-,JAP Mr. Jarrraa Lagerrran Mr. and Mrs. James Nremeyer IST 273,174.5 . v-I.: -7-L: 252ii3?.lIff:g Mr. and Mrs Henry Lammers Mrs. Meta NlemeYeV - 'ini , T-U -Simi Mr. and Mrs. Lewus Lammers Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nolte "-rf - 'GSTHT 4 -. 5-'4'l lgizff?-2153 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lammers Mr. Ed NuesrnSYer 'iii-11.221-- 1- , "V :-5 fZl:g:z3ggfy: Mr. and Mrs. Rogene Lehman Mr. and Mrs. EuQene Oppefman :"f1'Ei:-11' as ram: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lehman Mrs. Henry Oppefman , M, ,,,,,, . . ..K.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth List Mr. and Mrs. Herbert OPPeVme"' t""'iEfZ Ei? . '17 'iii ZVEUQSZLESJL Mr. and Mrs. Julius Longworth MV- and MVS- MYVOU OPPeVmeVl -" . .17 Li .ITL 117 A Mrwand Mrs. Ferd Lutterbeck Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ott 1. I l - . -. 'Z'1TZZ 1, 'f'j'fl"f"::H"'Iff' ""2 fL"'yl-r at - -I-.-. --.. . --'-- -. 4 - -3 3 Z1 .N . -fn:-..4rg,'. 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DOH Sllenecker Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rodock Mr' Luke Sllenecker Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Roettger Ml' and Mrs' Carl Slolzenburg Mr. and Mrs. Chester Roode Mlss Emma Stork s-.. - .- .,.,- - ---f , Mr. and Mrs. Omer Ruese Mr. and Mrs- Harry Stork Mr. and Mrs. Orval Rupert Mr' and Mrs' paul Stork Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schaefer 2:3 Qgvjnsgolgltr h Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schafer M ' d M ' R I h S' ho Efiflfff Mr. and Mrs. John Scheblo F' an VS' a p lm Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schneider Mr' and Mrs' Vernon Slmh Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider mr' ang 'Ars' lgcllagl isdman Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnelle Mr' and Mrs' Vqlo Th ess Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schroeder Mr' an rs' 'Flor A O e Mr. and Mrs Christ Schroer F' and Mrs' Ollver Tlmmerman Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroer Mr' and Mrs' Henry Vohs Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Schroer Mr' and Mrs' Leonard vom Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schroer Mr' Allen Vordelmark Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Schroer Mr' and Mrs' Ollver Vordermark Mr. and Mrs Harvey Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vornholt Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroer mr' ani AICJS' lxbgrlvxomholl Mr. and Mrs John Schroer Mr' and Mrs' BVU? limi? 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New Bremen, Ohio Cox's Greenhouse Flowers For All Occasions Crown Controls Company, Inc. Manufacturers of Electric Controls Dr. L. H. Schmidt Congratulations To The Class of 1956 Ernie's Barber Shop Expert, Sanitary Service Farm Bureau New Bremen, Ohio First National Bank New Bremen, Ohio Gilberg and Hegemier Funeral Home New Bremen, Ohio Kuenzel Mills Company Gold Lace Flour Lock Two Mills Lock Two, Ohio Moore's Store Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sturgill Ray Busse Livestock Dealer, New Bremen, O Sander's Dairy Freeze New Bremen, Ohio Schweiterman's Drug Store New Bremen, Ohio Seiberling Latex Products, Inc. New Bremen, Ohio Slonkosky Studio New Bremen, Ohio Stamco Inc. 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Aufderhaar, Mildred 55:57 Insurance Agent, The Ohio State Life ' . EE-ffrrl ...u ' , -,. lglfw Bambauer, Robert H. Farm Seeds and Fertilizers 'Ill-127 5 5515! . . like Compliments of 211:15 Brookside Dairy Products LTf'75::l l':75'I' Brown, Leland N. K. Welding Shop ,.,. -. - .as .- ..Tv '!?I.lI1 ...--4 .:1:1::1 Chic's Grocery, Harold Howe Meadow Gold Distributor ':1f:'l- Double A Restaurant Tm' ""1'L Eschmeyer, Eldred Duroc Hogs irqri..-3 31:15- -Q-2452! . I- . Eschmeyer Lumber Flrli 11' 'lsr .1-' .N Eschmeyer, Zelotes Duroc Hogs -793-13 rr' pr alia. '1J..13: Eversman, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Teachers ot Voice, Piano, and Organ 3- vs-- 4 ----- 1355.13 515425 5131352 Eversman Oil Company , -if--I rffzxfi City Service Products Grimes Dairy Bar :::t!:rr FREE? gffifgf Grimes Quality Market pi-il-.lf : Tm. ivlfrgi 'I"l'If1. . . . , Painting, Decorating and Papering -. i., Haberkamp, Gustave Easy ii!-"l'5:i Haberkamp Jewelers ..- . Watches, Diamonds, Gifts, and Photo. JL 'Elf ..- -.. 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Son Nursery Meckstroth Farm Service Gehl Sales and Services Meckstroth Motor Sales Ford Sales and Service Mildred's Beauty Shop "Beauty With A Smile" New Knoxville Cement Tile Cement, Cement Tile 8. Building Supplies Compliments of New Knoxville Decorating Store New Knoxville Supply Co. Plumbing, Heating, and Wiring Rodehetfer, Carl Contractor, Building 8. Carpenter Work Rodehetfer, George J. 81 Son Spotted Poland China Hogs Rodehetfer, Laverne Breeder ot Black Poland China Hogs Scheblo, Mrs. John Spirella Figure Stylist Schroer, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Makers 8. 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"nz-Ev '72 ESTZJJSTJII E:z.Y?Iir,r5?Q'i Effnliiiri ':u4.-5:22:35 .. -.t. , - izifiiliilfi fhrzcttlltf. 1:-.1 nip ::L::.'t:71:.:, ?Hl5"I?i5E szzsssisa T5 ma:-2: 4 " zeflzllfieei 'Z1I."'L'L'fff lp1r'.i:Sx51:. ui':1L7t,!T' 5554552345 191:55-grit! 'lT1:1Ig1FL. nlvdvllhd v!! Eli-EEEEZE FQ?-'uilftv .:L:" S.: A711-:gl-T'i7fiT' EEE-l'j!.iiE The People's Savings Bank VVarner's Garage General Repairing, Dependable Used Cars Wellman, Ferd Wellman's Nursery Growers ot Dependable Nursery Stock ' for 62 years Wierwille, Art Nationwide Insurance Agent Contractor and Hauling Briggs Drug Store Rexall Drugs Carey Greeting Card Store Hallmark Cards Citizens National Bank Complete Banking Service Dixie Auto Parts Flinn's 5, IO, and 251 Store Variety Merchandise Folkerth Auto Parts Frantz Brothers Inc. Gallagher's Drug Co. G. C. Murphy Co. Harris Jewelers Jerrold Clothing Store Sidney, Ohio Kautman's Store 35 Years ln Sidney SIDNEY Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch some Sidney money The merchants there were fair and square, They made this book a honey. Miami Chick Hatchery, lnc. Minton's Market Fancy Foods For Fine Folks Rhees Clothes Men's Apparel Sarvers Music Store "Everything In Music" Sexauer Bakery, Inc. Sidney Paint Company Sidney Printing and Publishing Co. Printers and Publishers Sidney Ready Mix Concrete Subler's Super "E" Store Thoma Jewelry Uhlman's Department Store Sidney's Leading Department Store W. E. Baumgardner Power Farm Equipment Zimpher Electric Service N. Dixie Highway - Phone 7650-l ST. MARY'S We little Jack Horners Did not sit in our corners. But away to St. Marys we went. EE'-7443572 The merchants were kind '-,pun And open in mind. 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Compliments of Dr. C. P. Kite 20' Y ll' "'i"'S'-' Drs. Place 8. Place, Veterinarians 7251565 , , ?x.':""" St. Mary s, Ohio 2.3117 fififflis fofvvrzpif Durnell and Sons Jewelers Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry "J' 1 Lv 5If'E!i3?i . - Q' riifbijt rims? ..-mai Dwight Straker Company Scrap Iron and Paper Cfiifi? ih,.,,,5,, J-'va-1 iffjgijsfca :':..- A P1 Li::::1l.'1 l ri ' J 'F"7f ::.x " 712 - asia: fees gwsmt. G :HP 'ii- furffn-6 Endicott Photographers Frank Fortman Quality Home Killed Meats Fred R. Seibert Attorney at Law Goodyear Service Store Tires - Batteries - Accessories :ifllitlifi .fit-gygg -25.-r'- Hainline Patent Medicine Store ,:4:.7,a5:s :t!T'T!ffi Harold's Flowers I ,, . ,, Flowers for all Occasions r:.!. 1 1 Hogan s Gas 8 Appliance Service "lf lt Burns Gas - We Have lt" 914223: 111. md' Home Baking Co. ri.::1:J::1 Harman's Trading Post New and Used Furniture filiiiflii i:cf'7:::g. L:::'T5If-11 ':": :' 'vt Lirgsgp .:c:::x..cL -.-.--fn-A "71:iTf"1- Compliments of Hotel Fort Barbee I fizszfimf ar n 'i-i5?i?5i :7:'::':7:t -':':Tf'::z Howell Electric and Furniture Huber Furniture Co. :T.f.Y-T-.- 1 -nur-Nr' Hudson Jewelers Elgin - Hamilton - Diamonds Ftzfhaf if-gig-'13 Hunters Printery and Office Supply St. Mary's, Ohio xr, ,,fL.:+. -.711 -fi' I : .Ll..T.13-. nL7.,:3 34-':L.ir..r-...Lfi.4.l.1. John's Furniture "Where you send your friends" Kattman Feed Store 602 E. Spring St. KelIermeyer's Men's Wear Men's and Boys' Clothing Klosterman Carry-Out Soft Drinks - lce Kuck's Trailer Rental Service St. Mary's, Ohio Phone 5197 Lake Drive-ln Restaurant Day and Night Service Lawler's Greenhouse When you "Say it With Flowers' Beautifully Said Leader Printing Co. Leffel's Restaurant "Jess and Vi" Leonhard's IGA Market We Feature Busse's Fresh Meats Lois Beauty Shop Mader Electric Motor Service . , - . - ,. 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Rural Electric Service Modern Paint and Supply Co. Dean and Barry Paints 66 Motors lnc. Oldsmobile Sales and Service Compliments of Motel 33, St. Mary's, Ohio Neely's Drug Store Reliable Prescriptions Orville's Pure Oil Service Station Wapak Rd. St. Mary's, Ohio Paris Cleaners "Modern Method Cleaners" Parker Motors Chevrolet and Buick Sales Priess Shoes 1.1 .... .'fT L 53.11--pflr-2-5 imI4i:"'if3. .11 ,E2TLQ,.fl'::.u1f: -.,..... naw. 5Tl'fT?l3JJU?i useiegissffieafr sagrgegeya 7'E:?r7'?i.5-Eff: " " 1 rv '14 ggsui-saga 5:::?5iir7f'g:3r week? ff:- 1-122131-Eiitrf irl-:Tun ,-312 -iH'ZfiS+:l:-2: T35'33't:r ,safe-eg fe: '557SlJ1i.5E L-:rl,.t.::1-ff' 23. i-j:,lQij EP-fifiufii Sf5.f+tfi?2'35? 3'f?iiLt,i1":i? fieieiiiiii- tjb.:giL1ql'g3 I H.-4 zrsstfasatsg '7':'1'lL1'Ir-8. Weatherbird 8. 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R K Flea le D D s 1'-'iurrff :uns - - Q9 - - Q 1 - - - I , 151.53-5. 52,555 St. Mary s Laundry and Dry Cleaning ':f51i3..:t?3 317135 R. J. Burke Insurance Agency Zilifsg LU Tl!- +' -:-1 Complete Insurance Service fini. ,1',:L,. Rhodes Super Market, Everyday Prices We Do Not Meet Prices, We Make Them JIT-.. -,...... I ,-..:!. i:T.i.?2 iii. S and S Rexall Drug Store gil-1,53 On the Corner Shorty's Sport Shop ......., !'5"'-ISE r. vu, "See Shorty For Athletic Equipment." Steele Radiator Service 340 .lay Street Llsgivr :pilligl 115555 'L .f 2 ,LL ." 'last' 7 I. 5 s ,. . ., tr f ii.1.,U1q -fra- St. Mary's Blankets St. Mary's Dairy Queen The Cone With The Curl On rgLL:5,: Lrirxll T '-""1s Op REL' 5:3421 St. Mary's Decorating Co. frm: . -gfggi Wallpaper and Paints 5153171 --H L :LBA Te -.-.:r,L WAPAKONETA iriii " 27: 'fi-I-5 St. Mary's Ready Mixed Concrete One Mile East of St. Mary's on Ri, 33 St. Mary's Service Station St. Mary's, Ohio Strehle Shoe Service Expert Shoe Service The Stout Agency General Insurance The Union Building and Loan Co. Opposite Post Office - Safet for Savin -,.,.:9.,g: Ffiiiisanri :wagging Ieisgggfm J' 1. -v' :ii11l.SS3'ia F. ' .v Y iigigzisiii fiezstazss 'xx-ursltf Irina-serif I' . -1 Q- -v- ,""-l.s-... 'Unsvaz 21512347-51 gay: .NZ .1 r"3?1?Ff! -ff'?1:xl?I Q ' . 4 Y Q- 55,1-guebki ,,,,., ... Weather Seal - A. E. Brentlinger Storm Si Screen Windows 81 Doors Wisener's 56 to SI Store St. Mary's, Ohio Carl A. Abe Coal Co. Coal, Builders' Supplies, Purina Chas Hartard Deiaval Sales and Service hh, 1 Mary had a little lamb Which everywhere did go. We seniors to good Wapak went To plug this Memoir show. Upon return, we're glad to say Our friends from there did freely pay. F--ffl ifffffi Archer Memorial Works Artwood Handle Co. Lnrlfff . . Q-:LEX Auglaize Furniture Co. Everything for the Home '-Fifi? iiiiifrf Auglaize Lumber Co. Lumber and Mill Work EEE? Big Chief Wapa . Wapakoneta, Ohio Botkin's Food Market Congratulations to the Class of 56 Bowsher Hardware Co. "Everything in Hardware" Z?IFiiP Brockert Brothers Sinclair 402 South Willipie Street Brown's Dairy Cotner Coal and Building Supply Coal and Building Materials Cunningham Radiator Service Notary Public Compliments of Dr. D. G. Gott Compliments of H. S. Vaubel, Attorney Dr. M. L. Stephenson Sick, See a Chiropractor Eda's Style Shop Millinery and Accessories ..s-.-.dv - lzlarqg, 575.3434 ', .ln-In-'l" 'nl lo hiv' :ft-Egg? rr7?i?IfEi, ps. 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