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

 - Class of 1957

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G 8 jLe .sgnior Gian of 1957 R-ezienla jk' 1 957 memo ir I8 fl. gahlion Q! new .Knoxvi!A S4001 j0l'elll0l'J This book is presented as a portrayal of our school life here at the New Knoxville Village School. Like all books of this type it reveals our ambitions, efforts, accomplishments, and perhaps a few disillusionments. We have tried to provide adequate representation for all phases of school life so that this meet with the approval of the Memoir will New Knoxville students, faculty, and community. .7aLA of Confenfa Administration - - - -- - L+ Faculty -------- 5 Activities ------- 12 Music --------- 20 Sports --------- 24 Elementary ------- Underclassmen ----- Seniors ------ Advertisers- - - The Memoir Staff 30 -46 --52 ----62 J I .x A, f if aff f I 'ww' 2 ,..w,-. E WNW Q 1 .. W., 1 , ,.,. Y. ggi Q, . I X Walter Henkener LeRoy Deerhake New Knoxville EOARD ig? ,fr A f 5 5 'E , 51 i 51 3 ,ky ' QI: ,, x, f X 3' ' . -7 312 ff? 'if Lf' L 4-ywigg. EDUCATION sw , 1 ., av Four JF-'s if: 1 ,411 1 RN Imax , "HQ 'U-ww ,, I-I , F ,, Reinhart Vohs 'L vii. xecufiue alleacl LUELLA EVERSMAN Heidelberg College A.B. SUBJECTS: Latin I Biology Ohio History 81 Government Social Studies 7 History 8 ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Play Advisor Senior Home Room Teacher Thanksgiving Program Advisor 3 3 ,I sqm 1 I Wg :jlze .xdclminidrafion v. E. KATTERHEINRICH Bowling Green State University A.B. 8. B.S. Ohio State University M.A. St. Louis University Miami University SU BJ ECTS: Physics C' f acu fy OWEN A. HoovER Ball State College B.S. Earlham College Indiana University SUBJECTS: Business Training Bookkeeping Typing I 81 II Shorthand Business Law ACTIVITIES: Junior Advisor Memoir Advisor "Ivy Log" Advisor Photography Club Advisor Five x 'X S SX! . ii , V 'Q-tw jhe principa KENNETH LIST Wilmington College B.S. Kent State University SUBJECTS: Algebra I Plane Geometry Trigonometry Industrial Arts ACTIVITIES: Senior Advisor Junior Class Play Advisor Boys' Gym 'll F H-.f"' 'xr acukg FRANK L. KELLEY Ohio State University B.S. SUBJECTS: Vocational Agriculture I, 2, 3, 4 Arithmetic 7 8: 8 Adult Farm Program ACTIVITIES: Sophomore Advisor Future Farmers of America MARTHA HABERKAMP Wittenberg College A.B. Ohio Northern University South Western Teachers College Ohio University SUBJECTS: English 9, IO, li, 'I2 Public Speaking ACTIVITIES: Freshman Advisor "lvy Log" Advisor Library AN NA N EWELL Ohio Wesleyan B.A. SUBJECTS: Science 7 81 8 General Science Home Economics I, 2, 3, 4 ACTIVITIES: Seventh Grade Advisor Jr.-Sr. Prom Advisor Thanksgiving Program Advisor G. E. BORKOSKY Otterbein College B.S. Wilmington College SUBJECTS: American History American Government World History Driver Training ACTIVITIES: Eighth Grade Advisor Junior High Gym Boys' Gym Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Six .7711 x C. R. STIENECKER Auglaize County Normal School Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern University EDITH WISSMAN Miami University B.S. SUBJECTS: English 7 8: 8 High School Chorus Elementary Music ACTIVITIES: Girls' Gym CARL G. FRISCHE Ohgos State University Ohio University r Clffllhg SUBJECT: Band LULU GRILLIOT Shelby County Normal School Miami University Ohio Northern University Seven ARAMINTA GRIMES SHEARL SPARKS Fairfield County Normal School Ohio University Capital University Bowling Green State University B.S. Ohio Northern University Bluffton College K Bowling Green State University 6lCU, Ohio University Wittenberg College CAROLINE HOLTKAMP Bowling Green State University B.S. Bluffton College Indiana University Ohio State University University of Denver M.A. Eight EDNA KATTERHEINRICH Auglaize County Normal School Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern University all rarian anifor ff' ,M ' Mrs. Grewe COOL, la ill lg. 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A3 Flag Upside doin 1 egogiigggigiggiigigsgi 22 Borkoskyss birthday 4 Heynesfield Iinnc 1, sfgggglgfeggiifgggsgk 25 fiernoir meeting 5 NoKoYoAoAo K. ,Q , i n 26 Sophomore boys bend ladder 11 Rangers ease Cridersvi11o1 f5fL3Zi?efifjeii3 28 Bill Hinge sprains ankle 15 Five Senior girls 9U50Fvth9??ff1gigiigggfig CSTQBER Phy- Ed- at Leroy's peed if-e'?i ifiiiiif 3 Seniors solicit for Memoir "iWW'e? 4 Juniors and Seniors take Govt. test 5 Say ncheesen--pictures taken 6 11 Three cheers! First edition of' Ulvy Logn off the press 12 Junior play vJun10r Prom'--SUCCESS 13 Elnor took Youth Forum test 19 Sophomores give 'Eroomstick Balln 20 Certain Senior girls soap windows et A 'aroma 26 Teachers' meeting--NC SCHOOL 31 Halloween . NOVEMBER 2 P.T.A. Carnival 5 Students elect 'IKE' for President , 16 First game of seeeon--won over Buckland 22 Thanksgiving 23 Lose to St. Henry 28 F.F.A. Banquet ' 30 Rangers defeat Ft. Recovery eecereee V q 3 Martha and Elnor took D.A.R. test 8 Anna wins 10 Chorus pictures taken 11 Sidfifiy Holy Angelg Win .L 14 New Bremen wins 1 15 Juniors sponsor 'Sno-balln high school party C A f 16 Bend end Chorus Christmas Concert 21 Minster wins 22 Defeat Speneerville C 23 Christmas vacation begins-- WHGOPEE 25 MERRY CHRFSTNAS ze e.Y.F. Skating party 27 Holiday tournament--we defeat Iekeview Jim and Elnor took tests at Dayton 119 St. Joe upsets Rangers Q' 1 ' 21 Rangers defeat Buckland f 25 New Bremen wins 29 Rangers defeat Hendon f . FEBRUARY 1 Minster wins 5 -Defeat Botkins ' 8 Defeat Cridersville 1 14 Be my Valentine? 1 A L 15 County Tournament X 1 19 New Bremen defeats Rangers in LJ .nf .W , 1 i' ,, f ef 'I'g?f'l1 1 zz 3 ,s, A 1 f in 1. fe . ff- He ' , gf? 31 Q.. JS f 3 if 3 Y A' , f e.e,.e,3, 1 5 fig? 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Second Row: Dixie Westbay, Joann McCullough, Phyllis Second Row: Bill Henschen, Donald Henschen, Kenneth Schro Moellenkamp, Jane Henkener, Joann Kettler, Janice Aufder- lucke, James Kuck. haar Mrs. Haberkamp, Advisor. Third Row: Darrel Kuck, larry Elshoff, Kenneth Kuck Larr Third Row: Mr. Hoover, Advisor, Willis Telliohann, Jim Hen- Longworth, Gary Katterheinrich. schen, Dennis Lammers, Douglas Katterheinrich. The iournal club is composed of the students of the English 12 and Typing ll classes. The Eng- lish class, with Janice Aufderhaar as editor and Mrs. Haberkamp as advisor, wrote the material, while the typing class, with Jane Henkener as production editor and Mr. Hoover as advisor handled the typing and printing of the "Ivy Log". The "lvy Log" is a new kind of school publi- cation, combining the functions of a newspaper- and literary iournal. Eight issues were published during the year, with a circulation of 250 copies, each issue with approximately 60 pages. pkofogralaky The photography club, with Mr. Hoover as advisor, has made much progress during this, its second year. This is evidenced by the pictures in this 1957 Memoir, most of which were taken, developed, and printed by the members of the club. ln addi- tion some pictures had to be enlarged, some had to be cut, and others reprinted. ln order to raise funds for equipment, the club sold pictures of school activities and parties to the students. We wish the club continued success in the coming years. First Row: Don Warner, Elmer Neuman, Bill Sudman, Second Row: Mr. Kelley, Advisor, Roger Moellenkamp, Dennis Lammers. Twelve The New Knoxville Chapter of the Future Farmers of America had a membership of eight- een - four freshmen, nine sophomores, three iuniors, and two seniors. Some of the outstanding activities were at- tending and showing proiects at the county and State fairs, a pest hunt, attending camp, a iudg- ing contest, and banquet at which Miss Jean Gritzmaker was chosen F. F. A. Chapter Queen. We participated in the F. F. A. Foundation Program which consisted of such activities as public speaking contest, Flying Farmer Contest, highway safety, and community service. . 355 A 1, , 'Sift' af ome conom icd view at the January P. T. A. meeting. First Row: Doris Klopfenstein, Joyce Bambauer. Second Row: Janet Hoge, Sandra Elshotf, Emma Jane Roode, Delores Ott, Doris Schroer- baum, Elsie Steinke. These Home Economics IV students are displaying their refinished furniture, one of their homemaking projects. " K1 if tg - if lwkrwf-5.17 J 'K 2 B ,. V 1,1 ,gig 96, 3 , iii Dixie Shuster, Nancy Prueter Janice Aufderhaar Phyllis Moellenkamp, Joann Kettler Dixie Westbay, Joann McCullough Thirteen These Home Economics Il students presented a style re- Third Row: Mary Bambauer, Patty Laughlin, Mary Bier- unior Cfazm Pay unior rom "l'llldY haf? the measles-lu 5aY5 DV- Prescott- "l think it's going to rain," says Willie Vermin. "You did hear bells, Mr. Weeger, but you're not in the "Remember me, Chuckie boy?" says Frankie Brown as ring," says Cassandra Cholmundeley as Mr. Haines defends Cousin Cora displays a little affection toward Chuck himself. HHIUSS- "l think l'll coast a while," says Queenie Smith to Hildy "l quit," says Olivia, the maid. The Haines think, "Not as Mrs. Haines watches, unnoticed by the girls. again!" FIRST ROW fleft to rightlz Linda Leffel, Janice Schrolucke, Grace Settlage, Doris Settlage, Emily Kruse, Jean Eversman. SECOND ROW: Jerry Lutterbeck, Bill Sudman, Don Warner, Bill Jones, Pat Reilly, John Mr. Kenneth List, Director Froning. Fou rteen We if , It , ,A , eI'lLOI" CKQJJ CL E IZ LUELLA EVERSMAN Senior Class Play Advisor 349 .Lui Sleplwfd 60012 Mrs. Caroline Dean confides to Jenny Overstreet and Nellie Hunt, "Chad doesn't even know how old he is or who his parents were." Old Nathan Cherry threatens Maior Calvin Buford and Chad, "l'm goin' home and git them papers and when I come back, l'll take Chad with me." I I Z I I l , I I 225 , -JE, 'Qfffevg-fggsfifiilffi'Qii,Zriif5iEiis,A ' K ':f'ff,2wsft.f1f1iis:s2.5Ys'fs,'sffa tif,2wise42155212fwwz:fii.'erfs:: - f-,1tQf:ffW., www-we-'fsw .ij 4 rlF1iN2stffilfi?eg,'1f 2 , Old Tom, the Buford's darky servant says to Thanky, the darky housemaid, "Yo' all look like a blackberry in a pan o' milk," Fifteen Margaret Dean grabs Richard Hunt and says, "No, Richard! Not here! But I want you to fight him as he suggested, and I want you to win." Betsy Cherry and Melissy Turner bring good news to the Buforcls, Calvin and Lucy, "Chad is of your flesh and blood. He is of your own kind." Cam iua SCA oo! Qu icLie:5 K 'ihH0O 'Y' ZW! .1 '3......,,,,-, Y iv-4 :. , AX 1, xv ' . I' F' Q' an el ,. .WMF I956 unior ' enior rom .1 23 k-,,. K , H . . K at ' rt t f t J .:,3!5.:. .3?.!!...,..:.-L,:s::::::: r- 3, 11-fg 'ggilzqa J-1111fgqf::r.t,g , 4 ' :2,s.f-f-3j,2.x-51" . ' 1.1 it-vg?-.-xji v --, .J-.W wg,-, ,if v -.-3 f' y -y, 1' 2 A N. ' 52,-fg,,f'x , I l , r1E+16', ' af- -it Z-. A .N A 1 QQ 'Q . f.. '55-,-1 Terrace overlooking the dance floor. room -SHCL ga Dale Grimes Jr., Tom McClure, Dale Manbeck, Bill Kuhlman, Dean Claus- ing, and Larry Jauert portray "Home Sweet Home." "The Rhapsodiers" providing smooth dance music. Karen Meckstroth, Joyce Settlage, Larry Leffel, Richard Bambauer, Ralph Wierwille, and Karen Grueb- meyer have started a new dance band. i 1 L i L 5 The poets, Linda Fledderiohann and Crooner John Lowenbergh sere- HPle"""?H Kinlnef l"Y5 his hand at Don Eversman write of their love nades Laura Wierwille with "Hound ffl Wllh h'5 newest model, Kath for the Sophomore Class. Dog." een Wellman- Eighteen QCIPJQIZ of lfealnzi i Q 2 f The 5-,gene of our CandIe-Iighf dinner. EfTll'BI'lCe fl'lf0UQh flOWeI'ed pillars to dBFICe flOOl". 3110 For a sno-ball you need a snowball, 1.. 9 x Q :- here's ours full of spinning red Through the trees and fo the table lights' we had lunch on stage. ,W ty - i ,:.v L- , Nw- Q 1 ,,.,. 'L ..v.,yR, M . 1, if , k,.!k We bring you John Froning, Larry Kuck, Bill Jones, John Buddemeyer, Jerry Lutferbeck, and Tad Kattman. C l h - . . Dig that John "Presley" Budde- ino?heoslpof?l these can camels are John Ffonmg and Emily Kruse meyer and his souped-up twist. and Sins 5 l0Ve 5009- Nineteen SQ V waltz ew noxui e During the 1956 - 1957 school year the New Knoxville High School Chorus consisted of eighty-two members. The chorus, under the capable direction of Mrs. Edith Wissman, had a suc- cessful and active year. On December 16, 1956, the chorus and band presented the annual Christmas concert which was greatly enioyed by the large audience in attendance. On April 12, 1957, the chorus presented its annual spring concert. Several members of the chorus participated in the music festival held at Delphos, Ohio, on February 2, 1957. The chorus also gave selections at the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. FIRST ROW: Cleft to righti Rosalyn Eschmeyer, Sandra Elshoff, Mary Bierbaum, Joyce Bambauer, Emma Jane Roode, Doris Heidt, Sandra Lammers, Doris Schroer SECOND ROW: Linda Kattman, Jean Gritzmaker, Marta Hoge, Doris Klopfenstein, Elsie Steinke, Patty Laughlin, Janet Hoge THIRD ROW: Mary Bambauer, Allan Smith, Jerry Lehman, Don Henschen, James Kuck, Don Kiefer, Ronald Howe FOURTH ROW: Robert Wierwille, Bill Henschen, Gary Katterheinrich, Kenneth Schrolucke, Larry Longworth, Kenneth Kuck, Don Clausing, Thomas Kuc ABSENT: Darrel Kuck FIRST ROW: Ileft to rightl Joann McCullough, Dixie Shuster, Dixie Westbay, Janice Aufderhaar, Phyllis Moellenkamp SECOND ROW: Nancy Prueter, Gloria Wierwille, Jane Henkener, Joann Kettler, Martha Eschmeyer, Elnor Arnett THIRD ROW: Dennis Lammers, Bill I-Iinze, Duke Katterheinrich, Roger Moellenkamp, Willis Tell- iohann, James Henschen Twenty Elnor Arnett, John Lowenbergh FIRST ROW: ileft to rightl Joyce Settlage, Pat Hinze, Karen Gruebmeyer, Linda Fledderiohann, Kathleen Wellman, Karen Meckstroth, Laura Wierwille SECOND ROW: Larry Leffel, Don Eversman, Dale Manbeck, Dale Grimes, Jr., Mark Jones, Richard Bambauer THIRD ROW: Tom McClure, Perry Kantner, Dean Clausing, Larry Jauert, John Lowenbergh ABSENT: Bill Kuhlman SCAOOK OFFICERS President .....,.... ....,..,.....,.,. ..,......,..,...... Vice-president ....... --ll Secretary ......,.,.. Treasurer ...... CLOPUJ Douglas Katterheinrich John Froning Elnor Arnett Jane Henkener Mrs. Edith Wissman Director FIRST ROW: ileft to rightj Grace Settlage, Linda Leffel, Doris Settlage, Jean Eve SECOND ROW: Pat Reilly, Jani Kruse, Don Warner rsman ce Schrolucke, Emily THIRD ROW: Jerry Lutterbeck, Bill Jones, John Buddemeyer, John Froning ABSENT: Beverly Warner Twenty-one FIRST ROW: lleft to rightj Rosalyn Eschmeyer Robert Grimes Roger Kafterheinrich, Pat Hinze SECOND ROW: Sandra Lammers, Don Clausing, Joyce Settlage THIRD ROW: Tad Kattman, Marta Hoge, Janice Aufderhaar, James Henschen ew ., noxui e FIRST ROW lleft to rightl Barbara Bambauer, Linda Fledderiohann Heidt, Tom McClure SECOND ROW: Emma Jane Roode, Karen Rain, Joann Kettler THIRD ROW: Dean Clausing, Thomas Kuck, Perry Kantner, Larry FIRST ROW: Cleft to rightb Willis Telliohann, Dale Grimes, Jr. SECOND ROW: Linda Kattman, Danny Meckstroth, Jean Ann Jerry Kuck, Don Eversman THIRD ROW: Mack Elshoff, Kenneth Kuck, James Elshoff FOUR Lowenbergh TH ROW: Kenneth Schrolucke, Bob Wierwille, James Jauert FIRST ROW: lleft to righti Mary Bierbaum, Grace Settlage, Karen yer, Louise Henschen SECOND ROW: Beverly Warner, Jean Eversman, Elnor Arnett, Kathleen Wellman, Karen Meckstroth THIRD ROW: Laura Wierwille, Mary Bambauer, Doris Klop- fenstein Joyce Bambauer OFFICERS President .. James Henschen Vice-president ,.,,. Tad Kattman Secretary-Treasurer Beverly Warner Cleft to rightl Karen Rain, Jean Ann Roode, Jane Kuck, Karen Grueb meyer, Pat Hinze, Doris Klopfenstein, Marta Hoge Zinn! Qjraalualea sSi'A00f Z?anJ FIRST ROW: Cleft to rightb James Henschen, Elnor Arnett. , . Janice Aufderhaar Mr. Carl Fnsche, Director SECOND ROW- Willis Telliohann, Joann Kettler The New Knoxville School Marching Band had a member- ship ot forty-nine this year. Some members also played in the Concert Band or in the Junior Band. This is the sixth year that Mr. Carl Frische has been the capable director of our band. Last summer the band gave a fine outdoor concert at Ranger Field. The band also took part in the activities at the Auglaize County Fair, the Ohio State Fair, and Wapakoneta's Halloween Festival. At the Wapakoneta St. Joseph basketball game the band gave another fine performance. At Christmas the band participated in a combined band and chorus concert and then gave its annual spring concert in March. lQe5el'Ue EGJLBMG FIRST ROW: Don Eversman, Larry Leffel, Ronald Howe, Gene Deerhake, Larry Howe. SECOND ROW: Dale Manbeck, Mark Jones, Larry Snyder, Bill Kuhlman, Kenneth Schrolucke THIRD ROW: Larry Jauert, Larry Niemeyer, Larry Kuck, Larry Elshoff, Perry Kantner, Tom McClure WQJQPUB Seadon QCD? 40-NK BUCKLAND 18 44-NK 35-NK ST. HENRY 41 29-NK 30-NK FT. RECOVERY 26 33-NK 27-NK ANNA 51 49-NK 37-NK SIDNEY HOLY ANGELS 46 52-NK 36-NK NEW BREMEN 25 35-NK 48-NK MINSTER 42 48-NK 32-NK SPENCERVILLE 48 36-NK 27-NK CRIDERSVILLE J 6 'V YY Q O O 0 AIN QW W 994 is W WAYNESFIELD CRIDERSVILLE WAPAK ST. JOE BUCKLAND NEW BREMEN MENDON MINSTER BOTKINS 20 Uaraify 1956-57 Seann As Coach Borkosky started his coach- ing career, he was faced with the prob- lem of filling the four positions vacated by the previous year's graduating letter- men. However, we did wind up with a ten win and nine loss record. Considering the insufficient height and lack of ex-v perience this record is not too bad. In the county league we were fortu- nate to pull through to win two of five games. - Twenty-four lljamifg gmdefgaff FIRST ROW: Told Kottmon, Jerry Lutterbeck, John Buddemeyer, Dennis Lommers, John Froning. SECOND ROW: Bill McCullough, Bob Wierwille, Bill Jones, Bill Hinze, Willis Telliohonn, Larry Longworth , Coach Borkosky. varaily .S,ea5on pecan! 66-NK BUCKLAND 51 41-NK WAYNESFIELD 53-NK ST. HENRY 57 50-NK CRIDERSVILLE 64-NK FT. RECOVERY 59 42-NK WAPAK ST. JOE 57-NK ANNA 76 52-NK BUCKLAND 47-NK SIDNEY HOLY ANGELS 51 51-NK NEW BREMEN 63-NK NEW BREMEN 90 40-NK MENDON 71-NK MINSTER 92 45-NK MINSTER 59-NK SPENCERVILLE 54 53-NK BOTKINS 38-NK CRIDERSVILLE 36 j0Ul'l'lal7l2I'lt Clfullty journamenf December 27 and 28 we were hosts of a Holiday Tournament. The first evening the Rangers met Lakeview and downed them 65-57 while Botkins defeated Marion Twp. 38-36. The second evening the two losers met in the early game, Lakeview winning 60-48. The winners vied for the Championship in the finalle and the Rangers won by a score of 46-31. Both the Rangers and Botkins received tro- phies. 65-NK LAKEVIEW 57 New Knoxville drew a bye in the same bracket as the League Champs, New Bremen. New Bremen defeated Buckland the first night and then ad- vanced to the Rangers and defeated them 75-55. This game closed the basket- ball career for the four boys of the class of 57. 46-NK BOTKINS 31 55-NK NEW BREMEN Twenty-five 75 Dennis Lammers Willis Telliohann Bill McCullough Bill Hinze gracluafing Easeiaff ollettefln en graaluafing gaalellaff Ol,ettel'l1'leIl Bill Hinze Willis Telliohann Bill McCullough Dennis Lammers CWA z?.,,4.,,L, This is Coach Glenn Borkosky's first year as a member of the New Knoxville faculty. Already he has become well- liked by the students and faculty mem- bers. His coaching duties include Junior High, Reserve, and Varsity basketball as well as baseball. For his first year of coaching he seems to be doing a splen- did job. We hope he can be with us for many years in the future. Twenty-six lljardify Caeergaclerd Who are those lively, pretty girls who uphold the morale of the team? They're none other than our cheerleaders. They're the girls who can raise the voice of the crowd in a cheer for the team. They also are a controlling factor in the sportsmanship shown by the fans. We're sure that all the fans and players real- ize the wonderful work the girls are doing on a iob that's such a necessity. Elnor Arnett. Gloria Wierwille, Beverlv Warner, Linda Leffel 05el'Ue ZEFAGCJEIU RANGERS Jean Gritzmaker, Sandra Lammers, Pat Hinze, Karen Gruebmeyer y 3 gazilefgaf alltlgefd i ' rf M.. g, Xa Allan Smith Don Clausing Here's a group of boys that can usually be found when they aren't needed. When they're needed desperately, though, they can't be scared up by wav- ing a dollar bill. However, we must ad- mit they do their share of work in the equipment room and at ball games. They have to hang up suits, shine balls, keep the records up-to-date and perform a few other odd iobs. We're sure the coach considers himself fortunate to have these managers. Twenty-seven Jim Henschen unior ga5AefLa!! jeam , swf 5-,.W'ia'f-ii? f':,,w:1 First Row Cleft to righfj: Danny Meckstroth, John Schroeder, Bobby Snyder. Second Row: Roger Katterheinrich, Steven Jones, Larry Fledderiohann, Michael McCabe. Third Row: Robert Kuck, Jerry Hoelscher, Gene Schrolucke, Bob Wier- wille, Dennis Henschen. K unior 6AeerLacler5 Sharon Schrolucke, Ann Henschen umoroua ourney .SJIQOPL5 na 5 ' Paula Bubp, Rebecca Buddemeyer Baziegaf EOMHVJ-up 8' lima XJ' Wo' A . -4 og., Yfgwy ,pies MPAA ds! if-I 4 FIRST ROW Cleft to righn: Ronald Howe, Donald Henschen, Laffy Howe, Jerry Lehman, Gene Deerhake, Don Clausing lmanagerl. SECOND ROW: Dale Manbeck, Bill Kuhlman, Don Warner, Dennis Lammers, John Froning, Tad Kattman, Bill McCullough, Willis Telliohann. THIRD ROW: Coach Borkosky, Larry Niemeyer, Larry Jauert, Robert Wierwille, Larry Longworth, Larry Kuck, John Buddemeyer, Bill Hinze. C- ff I? 1956 Ja eww! R H E H New Knoxville 4 6 1 Botkins 6 New Knoxville 0 0 3 New Bremen 6 New Knoxville 3 11 4 Buckland 7 New Knoxville 3 7 3 Sidney Holy Angels 5 New Knoxville 6 6 5 Cridersville 2 New Knoxville 4 4 3 New Bremen 2 New Knoxville 9 14 4 Cridersville 5 Ja age? ueraged Q' ff K H R B.A. F.C. D. Lammers 8 7 .348 12 W. Telliohann 9 2 .391 14 B. McCullough 5 2 385 5 B. Hinze 0 0 .OOO 0 J. Froning 4 2 .190 22 T. Kaffman 3 4 .300 11 J. Buddemeyer 9 8 .360 16 D. Warner 0 O .000 0 L. Longworth 2 0 .118 18 B. Wierwille 4 3 .200 12 R. Howe 2 0 .1 1 1 9 G. Deerhake 1 0 .125 8 J. Lehman 0 0 .000 0 L. Kuck 0 0 .000 2 L. Howe O 0 .000 2 B. Kuhlman 0 0 .000 1 L. Jauert 1 0 .500 0 D. Henschen 0 0 .000 0 D. Manbeck 0 1 .000 0 Team Totals 8. Averages 48 29 .245 132 Twenty-nine E 2 2 4 1 4 3 0 F.A. .750 928 .600 .000 590 .81 8 .938 .000 .833 1 .000 .778 .875 .000 .500 1 .000 1 .000 .000 .000 .000 .819 .T ,c , ,Q I- W :,'0HQ3 Q, Scott D. Belton Richard DuGranrut N fgg, vita . A f 'Q - as , , . c , If t , Ze l li an N " ,'!x,j.?" 'gn I Richard Howe Kendra Katterheinrich 4 rv JJ ' 2 Q . 't' . . y ,K R I , f : A JM. . ...... ........,.,. .. J 1 il , , l V iq-. , it Vernon Meckstroth Jr. C - X - A X le Karen Miller ., t YR t -If li. L 5 fkglf ' ' 'i 'r Q5 4 t o " f - 5' f J K 'Cf' fi J r vrnn R - . 4 ' 1, Wi fi-'lggfifi 75- .....-f fl?" - A -- Steven Opperman Janice Ott C y 1 351 jig I f l .fc ' "4- .. , A , I Gary Schfolvfke Linda Settlage Thirty . zl, 3 3 N l ' R " 5 eh K -ly 4, 4 . J 'S ,M Jane Elshoff Robert Feldwisch ettt Stanley Kohler Robert Kuck M. .jwloALamla fx Judy Piehl ll 1.t y X S "', V,Vi,V i Theodore Settlage Z.. 5 I ,ssl 3 Wt? -. A E M , ' fa . . Q 2 . f 1 'S ,Q SEM! gjrcwfe William Piehl y 4 ' R :kia sts 'ig sms! tell William Shafer .. Q' cv Y 'uv' Qi' 1, "" " :vw ,. H A x' -Q.. .1 . 1. ,s ,W , , N, . - In : - 4 .V 'T 5755 v 'X xx X xv 5 1 we Y 'E ,X ss. .51 . ' -an-:. , , lm P 4 A-A - vi . . r . i ia ,zl . y Pe99Y Fflsche Dean Grimes Ricky Haberkamp ,ls .114 - A in , Thomas Leffel Don Maurer Connie McCullough M , e 'M -.ia 4- V N Q-an 'X e ' William Hardin .4 KMFQ -.. N Q Q O . -1 1 ' " I- an A5 - ah we + W Ya 'Pn- f"' 'K X Tw- , Y X x YQ i . bw ' v 1 Q wx A Dwain Meckstroth . it 'L' m 91+ li- fg 5--' 'y Igw 1 Julia Miller H .43 1, .... . Q X ni if Q., 1 ., Sli f .1 1 , -- X. ..:1 4-Q A f 2 Iiz ' Dawn Roettger Jerry Price Charles Schafer - rrrr i ir he D ' X , 1: ,Y ag' . ' -5 ' ' , it 4. ir r 2 gm W if N X rrr r if X, ? .k,,v?, . if 5? Dale Shellenberger Daniel Sfeinke Thirty-one Dennis Stroh .sl Deborah Morrow 5? gr ,. ,mf af- K ill' v' . X X it Q Q Carol Schrolucke Dann i ' - D .. A " iflv ,8 h J W Robert Thobe Kay Alfstaetfer -we i 5 I 3 , 1 si... Ik Thomas Eversman ,X 'ix,i,:.n' a a ,ima if ' ov W gig S li, 2 giiivilgsll ai W .M aw magna fx im f 1 fi- pw, S6165 M ta .i.f!sw?a, Q ,111 , .S ,,.., K.k.: I We .L,g if ,, g Xt i um K an , wx X 2 2, 'P 5' 4 5 A X 4 X we Rodney Kruse iz. lex , 'E'.'E ! :Un V Phyllis McCune Patricia Settlage me Y l , "iii 9, L, 55:41 fa 'wife ' u' aifwf Y - ., i as Q s 'lixmx x K W a L X K i fi K Q ' ff. "aaa 1 4 1 5 fa M 2 Q g , 1 Pl Paul Bierbaum A -. . flin- Q1 .. au na isla- fl X , e.-'img 5, Wvkf, mga? V. l Vl- K' . Y, h ff f f X , A ls A if Elaine Buschur 55 na., I"Ll'l'le5 Timothy Click Dennis Fledderiohann Ellen Fledderiohann Donna HSQemle" 7 rd. . Daniel Kuck """"i 17' A 2 'iq j f as M2 2 F 1 , X as J William Meyer ia W, ,Q-if if 'wi' 'fl l J? O 1353 egg.: -gs f '.,. ' Vi ' -gy, r: :. ' pi .,:,.:, , 4,,,: , .1:,:.,., ,:..:,,.V,,. . Vg I 'Q Paul Stork J r. Th i rty-two , 2 , ? S 2 K ri K X wx i L F 7 3 L x a 1' in M , 4 8 'Q' J i ii 2 Sifwf gm Milf .awww YK ,Qi 3 35 H2 1 3 XE! Nm mia, ,K 33,353 5.65 ff up X ri s f 2 Y ga? was align I Q ' ml y Killa .. ,,, 'fi Q , :eff -' ' 3 Dennis Montgomery V 575255 7 , - ,,.qg.g: gif , .I 17 Rl 4 , ' .fu sz.: 4 Linda Thobe QCOFIJ gfdlle .. .5 if . .2 VV FJ Anita Niemeyer ,, . M Q JK, f f'- ,, u. ,si X as 1 5-nib We Wayne Warner 'xv me is jk cvs hei rs ae., B- jx MR X' H if 512 ea H 'af' Kay Deerhake Rebecca Doseck Joann Elshoff Susan E5ChmeYef li f?'Q"i4' fi"""!"'.- "'T"'i - f-V e A I were V . , k'k: , agus- A ' E Z-A -. XV., . 4 l -, Q, l , ""' S . x e M 1- A v ,J Susan Henschen Marsha Hoelscher Roger Hoelscl-,er Connie Katterheinrich Michael Kuck . V g nr .ff ll K 'Q' 'V' l X 'si A D Vicki On Rita Scheblo Beth Schrolucke lgpa. an Q, B' ?Q- a Kay Wellman Mark Wellman Renfred Wierwille Th i rty-th ree Susan Kuck F xx. ,X a X NX , . X xxx+5T-X xxx gn Jean Schrolucke . Q ai Mrs. Grimes 0. +- L- ' Q 'iw-xv, A Wayne Bowersock Madonna Buschur i 3.-v-J ing kk- A. Y i I gr ' g K . ff I 5 b A , Douglas Hoelscher inf' Joyce Leffel ' 1 lQJ,fL 3. 'WIS 3 M, 433,54 J 4 QQ 'Sig 'W 2' , 4 P4 1 ,Q W W erm, 1 35 Q55 x f Dggw iw , fb i ,, wma- 1 l 1' whgmai R7 .5 ' a :if N .1 John Opperman Donna Shellenberger 'fi g -,ea ,5 gym ,,,,,, ' N QR' 1 98 Q J' -x 'li M 3' ' f 1 W .4 1 Carol Hoge F . 1 gk t ll 'Q f" 1' J ".' Q - . 55253 , . - .um . '5x57'f'5?l5zs5v- .- I. -"- A I -' ' wUgiQ,1i???e i .Q fl i i if Rita Maurer V135 , 'Q K ,'.' zf q 'H . Stephen Piehl 'L-'ff' 4- -5 .- ' A ' ' ' rigs. .. in li? , ' ., Saw:-.fff vo Jeffrey Shuster 'imi- llfrf ' James Deerhake , lat , ' J ji v , fa 1 lux RWE? flxwdfv fr l Sara Hoge Y' Q 1 ,g,.,, I Marylou Meckstroth i ya-x ' 'QT' G 1 Q. ,fin Kathryn DuGranrut - -. .h EP: as Ia F if I Bruce Eschmeyer l A, s M I 41 .7 s X sw. Q ,Q J ,.g....J M' , 'Nafl"f, an J ' John Howe ina David lreton Jgaffergeinric ,A .qlrirvl grail? 'N ' ' if ,, A' .AWQX VI f. I X 'I' '.u ,, 'JL S ' f r fl , X Joan Prueter Joyce Prueter ,wigs-'Q -' J Hitt? iw!" A K- " J- r F5355 9' ' Yi. ' - 55234, ' sl S,-X." 3535225 - x 5 gray L A -' 5-ima 3 tt. .- wfsifffixff ft?-'g' E4 5 William Stroh Thirty-four William Sullivan Robert Prueter ii F 1:51 1'f'5f'1:i.t iii' ii J, 'Z ' J 4' 4' 2 X 1 ? K E l Z tm Mx S X Ja KL, t.,t .Q1. , ,:h 1, it iam Y at 3 Jackie Thobe 38 A 4 , it ,M5,,.x' - - ,K , , 'U' ,Wit 2. 'Q 0 1 1 s Q 1 '. I J. U. ,.,gg 'tl-' J J 'it J if , , L 1 'Q F . I x,H ,la Hx x 5 ' 14" x Q.. 3 M I f Nancy Fledderiohann Harold Harrod Jr. Ann Henkener :,, Connie Henschen I ,W , .wr Q 4' 'N ' 3 min W 4, ,.- -Q--- xt f.' L WN -1 ,I - M ' Q H 1 ,331 li e, Kb i 8 , I QQ W l lnillfh ' I . if 'J A Neil Katterheinrich D0U9l6S KUCk Sandra Kuck Ted Lammers 1 XX x'ii"9ff7'f J -" ' -ff k r Q .. V E , rl 'X " ik? i"?ff ,fs H ome , Neal Meyer Thomas Nolte x 'QI-,,g.-1 X, i A . t i f 0- 5 'l,. ,kk A A 4 if 5 3 f llll J 'nv Y' .N ' if J' -W , -. , Q 3- t 's-'Q QQ. Q I I K ffl A' VRVA .V A I xi' ol x H. A , iii, dl S K' A . Kendra Rodeheffer Jack Schrolucke Kent Schultz David Schwabero il QE : ' 'lv A . ,A Z? J Q f J f ,,,,. , R JK xei, K 2 ,, ,1 ' Ned Vordermark John Vornholt JoAnn Wierwille Mitchell Wietholter Th irty-five " N' 4 Gregg Henschen t Q, ,vi Joe Leffel M, ih,g ' Q Eus- f Li' SX Charles Overley , A iff n Donna Settlage Miss Katterheinrich f w . l lg L.,f fy :QA P , y M. -X W A if J., -Q ,K --W. xp- ' -fl S :-' J A.. I I K l. i ' ffl V KM' l it H M f.,f L za, . 2 S , Q T' ill Q, Jack Bielefeld Linda Bradford Terre Deefhake Stephanie DuGranrut Joyce Eschmeyer ,I :,. I ,J S '13 - . 1 a to fx sk 41 as lz- V -f 'N rg- S - --' Fa-.. ' ef.- H 'MM 'W' 5 J S 3 , urn 6 'g 2 'filipx' i in xl 'JI x David Henschen Ruth Henschen John Hinle 'll Q mrs. laarlfais LL--11 K ' -.3 Wayne Kettler J 5' an l X f Q'.,,.,.4 4 ' 5 J M Elaine Kuck Jane Kuhlman mir . ' , W 1-A N1 1-1 T' J J 24 fx E W ,'-f '- J A .A-- ' Q lv so f G James Meckstroth Janeen MeCl4Sff0ll'1 Kenny Meyer l fl 1 Q , D, 5 'T' l ll fl- sf' ., wg 'K 'Q I uuqluu A A V- J AY if 9 18. e,a!'9Llf, . ' """' ' 'S in " 4 EQ " 'tx Donald Schroer Wayne Sch roer James Schwabero Thirty-six Shiflev Schafer David Shafer , K l V ' 3 li 'als N ,N ... P - J. vs ' H! "' A ,. 4 , ' . I 'La w ,, , X ','.2.2.1..i1i .a5l1a:EeaL,fg, L45 , P .3 David Fledderiohann Lee Fledderiohann John Frische 4, ,. -J'-fi, Dennis Howe Sf K an E . . sg..- Linda Grimes 'VF 'Zn JP' YW -l nf SP pry if ire nf Janet Katferheinrich 'X ff, E'.. 1,, 5- , 5 Q- w n .- .i 1' v. 21 1 fm James McClure Qu' an +151 WP , M N fi . Sheila Gruebmeyer -ny l,,. Kathleen M r ' 'vw' r Linda Lhamon Q3--x N M " 'L 1: ' 'lj 3' vs. 3 X l YQ Beverly McCune W L, an 'ar l A , , 7 j' fryif 1 ,uw .J Vs In we h I A +V Si 5 r 1 . . ,A N 1. 7 - M- V ' T ll 7 , E is-'N , ll . Karen Niemeyer Karen Nuss Darell Rupert ' fi 2 ' - 15, vrll . 2 4. X l xr 5 L,, -1 ' ,I . V . JV 4 . a k .rm 11. 'ft' lb K . x V V ,064 an , , n f , A 5 ff .. s . Craig Sfienecker Roberta sfom Elaine Sudman Gerald Wbllfe Mrs. Sparks Thirty-seven ,v' .' i i . . Y 941 r V X . , glare' i . 5 iii- S im 5 ,S S ' W,,+-iiewc i - 1 ,V I V is " A Q' Pi W-. , C' ij: Q Suzanne Bambauer x wr- " " ' V -0, a ,J 3 b . 1 y My 'N Virginia Bowersock I John Eversman U1 ,r qv!! wwf, We-M X 5 . Mi Donna Elshoff Pd. grifgofii 1 C' " - i pi Garv Kuck gl i V 4 -M y f' i i ii Randayl Henkener Jiffk gracle Ronald Kuck James Mecksfroth Robert Laughlin - Garry Mccune V in Florence Opperman .' V 'J ' . ii , "1 ' Q Q ' Pat ' ' R d h ff , J ,, F W ' ricla o e e e Marcia McCormick V 99, ,-1-. 4 M , - r A L - 5 ii - 1 ' A M.m7f,. ,ih , A ,. , kW,A,, I ' L- I ' gulf . V V 1 F A i V Lkyk, Wii" 4' i Y X , . ' :KK X I ,AKV . 1 fi I ltr ., x ,fx X . 1 .N- .... i a Q " bf- 3 '1 , i,. i , Q f . ,. glgg A- 5 W' L 3 We iaci i'i if , ' rf. T r.,. nk. -:WI 2' .z,.,lT!1,i IEC . """""'5"" Thirty-eight 'li 0 a .1 1 , A - .. , 7 .T X . SLB 1 103-8 Jvdffh HOe'5Chef Q ,H ah., f Ted Katferheinrich X if m 'L ,Aw r , fy V an as I N, . X X 2' 'chohs Howe Kim Katterheinrich E vu Joe Katferheinrich M 5 "KI, F .wg an-by wit S A .ra 1 David Lhamon 'lf W' ,1 , 41. ,, Johnny Longworth 1 h V pflag, 5 G, . ,mmA, V , sax f Lynn Stork X Q , James Manbeck Ivan Steinke Vlb. fy' I Q' . Beverly Thobe n -'4'+'f'-A A f 'x , a Jane 5ChW6b9f0 ,. 4, 3' a 3 D A 'Q ' Richard Wierwille , V W a .ggi n f 4 X 7 ls- A 2 z "" Y K , ,U L Wsi ify V . ,X " 'X ' ' "' H ' ia Q' ,QQ fi . E .::, ivy krrk ' -f ' A 5:1 5 iv? V - ' ' "v', . '? a1 qaaa an 5 an an L7 Thirty-nine is ee or an :.,i i i Q a Q 'wax .r gi A-"' E U ,Q W ig, N erwx M xg ff ' X T' 1 4' 5445 1 ' G.,-y Bambauer Judy Bowersock Gary Bradford James Buschur zl . a f " Sharon Henschen ' 'ii , Y Thomas Howe fi -'If' 77 'fi q is fgyww, w 'QWQ K s G' sm i' 1 3 K, W . ' A 52 Marilyn Kruse Ja aw! ne Kuck ,, ' L f . ' at Stanley Nolte 1- .- Q My X . ,W 4- f il in r. .gfienec erzi .gxfk graale A, 3 F r A r y 1,, , ' fi' , , ,.,. arar. . yy W an Q r x A 4 Marcia Kuhlman WS' r V E .-' mf , Q ... , SW ,P 'wma Y as is 1 4 Karen Rain Jean Roode Judith Schrolucke Forty fs, . ln, g 'ii . 1- s lr? l 5 ll m err - 1' is ei .. -. V. B " 'F ' l f" l E ,l M Q. 5 'Iv 1 ' , A -"K . Q Kay Elshoff Ruth Eschmeyer Robert Grimes Orville Heidi James 'lauerl V A l Guy Katterheinrich ! My , hy, 'xi -I ii N2.. Mr. Stienecker Sharon Leffel K U- Rebecca Meckstroth '51 ' a l . Q Q, iiy V , e - "':E 'Lf r ll i i rr 1 i l .ann , J l l Yv' r m , ' ' I Lg af i Rldlafd Sclleblo Dennis Shupp Mary Vordermark Stanley Wietholter Forty-one 1? f? V 9 no in me 'IN X 9 X 'Q' W: '5' 1 X Y., -le""Y Bowefsock Rebecca Buddemeyer Connie Elshoff vKK"""'P 'W' x ' Ann Henschen Danny Henschen uf ,., J YX hm. I .sf K gm W hx ' X ss- f Y lr. . . James Elshoff in-v'Q"" ' Dennis Henschen Raymond McCormick 1-ap. ' C Qi Q-X L. 5 , .ing PA. Wave! 5 . V 1 'K if A - , 4- ' V byyv if Eifg V 7 Aqlr even, t4 raJe 1 Q. Steven Kruse Richard Kuck "' lx ', I' Ns B' K4 1-8- .,,...,.5 Thomas Lammers Michael McCabe IJ:-ls. -N Q ' .1 Q 1 .N , TQQL V Mary Rain Kafhlyn Rodeheffer Bonita Schfoef Forty-two Connie Schroer N, gag, Q5-Z , V" A W x M A ,QTH W J We ,H 0 Af, V A Q 4- "N '- gi if V' y '-: 4.4 . K" W , ,.. ., A ,. X W I x Mack Elshoff Cheryl Eversman Marilvn Harrod Sharon Henkenef - M - ,, gy ,. il, "Vs F r +-fyxk even Jones Lee Katterheinrich David Kalfman A , i Q ff 1 be , Y ' . 1 J HH ROlaf'ld McCormick Eugene Oppefman M af I .P 45. iii: ' , ' l ?'h' .. , Robert Snyder Russell Stienecker Forty-th ree 1 fx . W N p gzz ' M 3' -' 91 5' i Fox anim! l 4 I Stanley Kuck Diane Lammers Michael Overley Gil JOYCE Stork Mrs. Newell A, i t sql' L I pig, Q1 :" l ' l S. A lm I , .c ur - 'wall M l , lim 'ls V 'fx Q 6 .,.-- 3 . F ' ' l ., kg, 16 i ' ' H , Barbara Bambauer Alice Bowersock Paula Bubp Glenn CUlD V r. 5011405432 6 5 U , ,f'--f'L-'M'Q-,f-. ,,' ' gliglafh gracle Louise Henschen Michael Henschen ,M rc P i l 5 he , e I? y u ,nay I-M We ,W A - 1 ,ffl a- ' is ' I A Y M V' Q, ., . , t. A V V .gr-' X -Q ,ur :iz-' V 1: 4 ' , 11 ' Q - 4, L H ll l ' ffl fgiegggjpffgg., X 2, i W -, f- - -vw 4:4 -, lem' Huslon Joyce Howe Jvdiih HUlSmeYef Peggy Kafferheinrich V52 i ibn .V Y' vie ifQ,lT75Q9'i T' A ' We ' ,,,,k f My V A xi . S2551 L , 4, ,: :E K r fi 3 vu- :iff "- .V - x ,pf .5 Y I .email 2 ,... X iff, ', , K -':?e7'if':'A W 'A'l1.'f?W 'E' lx B Gf2+.lfi,:f2f - ' if L ,i H. e X ' ' ,fx-' is . mmm W New e ,Q Q Wx 1 Daniel Mecksiroih John Schroeder Gene Schrolucke Shawn SCl1r0lucke Forty-four 5 in Q ,f , ff :NR ,gztxxif :.,,, r - - :L , U W . 5 9 Y ff N ffm w 'ifmiy .BMLZQ Kay Diegel Gary Elshoff Larry Fledderiohann , r , , ,sag .... Q ,Q 5 , I: Rhgppx y W 1 rry, Eyyy r 5 1 ,-kL,'. 1 -:1f1,4r"F'?A 'W M NW.- . 151 H, r in 3 W 1 "" N . ",'. , ' , . "SSS.:liXYb.X.xx Xu ax r Roger Kaherheinrich Jerrv Kuck .- '1r ' , 7 ' L- ggi KLV A i?5f2iffZ'ifii7Qw5":- ' 5-1-'z":f ": . ,' ' ' 3- H 'rry .r,' f ry r r ' r.-: 11' . .. A -I AL ,ggrim Diane Shuster Alberta Wierwille Forth-five Jerry Hoelscher , .V M-G fl, K is 'U wr W W. . 1, 5 an x Robert Kuck ,ff ' ' ' r,., Bob Wierwille with 3 fi Q ,ri est Y E 9 Z 3 we X Karen Gritzmaker V' ,..k A rg W. 'VN1 91' K M M 0 ry 4 W, +!:'i' ll! lm P . .5 Mary Hoelscher Q 4 W if we Harvey McCune Mr. Borkosky 5 , V,- N, M A . 1 ' I g 1 'H Richard Bambauer . ,A 1 A 1 ' F 53 F - C? , A, ia W I L, 1 -M W h Dale Grimes Jr. Karen Gruebmever :er . - V7 ' i , , I , - cfazid . ur Mark Jones Q w'nQ r ff' erera ' Qggf e w l 4 Tom McClure Dale Meckstroth gif . Q Wh , M William Kuhlman V H ..: - : V, ' John Lowenbergh R 5 4 f 5 X xx "' X! 'L N 5 I W ll . 2 - 1 , ,f SL' 71 5 Karen Meckstroth Forty-six CL r M' inn I 6 W r 1 ,K X ,S rr an 1' rggfwffr 1 , fifrfxv s.r'f51'5 5' 3 WFP KK 'S .- Larry Niemeyer r P 5? X ..:, yr Irgggill J, qrl Dean Clausing 0 f960 lm. wan 6 L1 3 Larry Roettger , P'-'W gi- Q Z :gi M4 wg V w f an 2 Xi. .xx . J E x' X Den Evergman Lunda Fledderlohann K . ,, . 'Q A.,. 'l l Q 7' , Z A A f K f . 5, -f avi. lt. .au Patricia Hinze Larrv Jauert 1 ' " l ,K Up 1 m AA G H l ,...n,,::f., i ' Xa. Mrs. Haberkamp Perry Kantner Larrv Leffel Q, 'fr-:A hui ra, 3 3 sl 92 'sv Www Q f 'Q-' X 5 If U Q xl X :li A.. Y X, Dale Manbeck ' l .- .352 -A 4 v'4'2,iz+w .55 , , . A. . , K wwf -- .. ' , -lllmrfgliiliisfl " 1 ' - W?ie1i2lln?'fQl,Ks ,-iglu :H 2 ,, if-y,xgz,l,?, ,, H ,f ,.15i:cs,l51 5 ' A ' , X - 'ffzii Z, ,wg X. ffslfv mf' 142' if .7 .1 I ,'.wl.s:ffw , ul -31:-- .Sw , gliqg:lxe1.fsw -w i ,,,. if-my - .5 f 'lk-155, may N5 3 Q if all 1- we Sin wt' sf L ill fs 'l , Lb X " , H Q 5 51 'Q g r ' sl +22 .. 1, 3' iii? 4 3 , r X S? h ddr Joyce Settlage Edward Shupp Kathleen Wellman laura Wierwille Ralph WISFWIHS Forty-seven Jovce Bambauer if 'cr 6 may 6' 'Y L xv- 'EZ' W- f C! Billy Henschen W 9 64" ' Don Kiefer 'E mlm xx P ,, A silica Q Doris Klopfenstein Darrel Kuck James Kvck X52 in Jerry Lehman lll W J , . , lm as fl... G. mf? A 'Quite Mary Bierbaum Don Clausing Gene Deerhake Mary Bambauer f' N1 ' 9' was 1 Jv, ii' gl le -' i' fl' fx if Q N, 'T Don Henschen Janet Hoge Marta Hoge add 0 ay 1959 r l l f 11 A - Q X fix ., ,X xi Ilyz , ' NSR X 1. 4 V 6 ,..-- Uv'-P' - X xx X Larry Longworth vm. y e. "w:f':"' , Delores on Emma Jane Roode Doris Schroer Forty-eight , Ag-5 Larry Elshoff -- X lf' i fa R W l I ....-,. Ll-...- -he A un x Qi ' YW' X ' fab' X A . L ,-.,- Sandra Elshoff Rosalyn Eschmeyer lv tl F Y -'A 1- A Jean Gritzmaker lg W rw i ' -Q.: ii 'W' Q l7'v.k ' A' Q ,. J-Ma lk , My n,,A,l,l nn, , " " ' ' :rich A' 'K-7' 5 ., 'F-' v x Doris Heidt '15 Nr" qi in X l llhff' 41- Linda Kattman K 'P 152' gy a kj. l N Mr. Kelley L' - ,,L. ' f l Ni I an A+ Patricia Lauqhlin I ,, nan, we 5. an ly, - , Q in gm W "' 'ff . I 3 1, o ii -5 Kefmelh KUCk Thomas Kuck Sandra Lammers S' , ,X V , A Qi I -2,1 " 'gg mllw' A, . l. ll A i my rw it ,O xi, fl, fl, Elsie Steinke Q' i Vx y ly 325 L A x H'-JM 'GSS' Kenneth Schrolucke Allan Smith Larry Snyder Robert Wierwille Forty-nine a si, . K. .,Z-. Q' gx :Q xl John 5Udd9m6Y9r Jean Eversman 1 ff' si, : J J , .Jai John Froning William Jones id P' s ,Q .e-.S.,ke:i'35 Jerry Lufterbeck Mr. Hoover , N .... ,Ma it dx 2. oooo J J -, i ffm L, - Janice Schrolucke ' ,J Grace Settlage i ii'i 'J Patrick Reilly Doris Settlage Fifty f--- .asa . , , I , 5 ,sw X, Tad Kaltman .EYUHY Kruse gg . 5 Q ' 9 LBYFY Kuck Linda Leffel Cliff, 0 Cl, Elmer Neuman g 2 ,2" f 'f f s 7e1,'f f, ','1,'.. f1lf.f'?i-ik FTW-"' M fl' W 'L'- f 4 h "W 3 h all - i William Sudman ,:,. K Zl-' Don Warner 'T' Beverly Warner MV- Hoover Fifty-one Cibhfbr Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Pianist of Chorus 3, 4, Secretary of Class 2, 3, Band Librarian 2, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Secretary of Chorus 4, "Ivy Log" Staff 4, Editor of Memoir 4, Maiors: English, Science, Commercial, Minors: Math, Latin, History. Dark brown hair and eyes of green, Susie with Willy is often seen. On the Memoir she led them all And cheered the team in basketball. gfazizf Wolfe crearn fo ollfuef agua fo olleam Fifty-two giant o 4 l 3 I 1 cf... y i l On the eighth day of Septem4 tered the New Knoxville High School sisted of twenty-four students ,y gained one new member, Jane Henken-1 lersville School. During the year and Leland Shroyer, who found in- sixteen members in chorusoand six bers in sports, five in basketball girls in our class became cheer-i able job all four years. 1 In the fall of 1951+ we rel with a class-membership of eleve eighteen members in chorus an participated in basketball and year we lost three of our class-l the U. S. Navyg Tom Shroyer, who ing, and Margaret King, who moved member, Douglas Katterheinrich, On september L+, 1955, we bef students, eleven girls and nine citing events happened to us makf joyable. We purchased our class On October l2th we presented our which was a great success! On May Seniors with the Junior-Senioxi Our class was again well repreg seven of our boys were active The Class of 1957 entered education as dignified Seniors on summer we lost two of our class-l ett, both having moved to Lima., of our class to eighteen, eleven was active in chorus, band, and March the Seniors presented their dom Come", which was greatly en- were the honored guests at the by the Class of 1958. The week of ercises will long be remembered .Ma fury ber, 1955, the Class of 1957 en- as Freshmen. The class then con- twelve girls and twelve boys. We er, who had formerly attended Kett- we lost two members, David McCune terests elsewhere. Our class had in band. We also had several mem- and four in baseball. Two of the leaders, who have done a commend- turned to school as Sophomores girls and eleven boys. We had six in band. Seven of our boys three in baseball. During the mates, Tom Fraunfelter who joined found life elsewhere more appeal- to Wapakoneta. We gained one new who came here from New Bremen. gan our Junior year with twenty boys. During this year many ex- ing our high school days more en- rings of which we are very proud. class play, "In Spring the Sap", llth we honored the graduating Reception, "Garden of Dreams". sented in chorus and band, and sports. the last year of its high school September Ll, 1956. During the mates, Jay Stauffer and Bob Star- The loss decreased the membership girls and seven boys. Our class sports. On the twenty-second of play, "The Little Shepherd of King- joyed by all in attendance. We Junior-Senior Reception sponsored our class trip and graduation ex- and cherished by the Class of 1957. Fi fty-th ree Jaan iaianl 6-'vlilor Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Office l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Class 2, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix f "56" 3 A 't t Ed't f Memoir 4 o , ssls an :or o , Production Editor of "lvy Log" 4, Treasurer I of Chorus 4, Maiors: English, Commercial Minors: Science, Math, History. Dark hair and eyes of brown Our gal Jane gets around. She gave the Memoir lots of pep, At dancing she was really hep. 626155 Cofora SIUE? GIIJ gfeell f -, it Xl? fc. Eff 'lnnnmmfff' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Chorus l, F.F.A. Reporter 2, Treasurer of Class 3, Vice- President 4, Baseball 4, Maiors: Science, English, Math, Minors: Vocational Agriculture, History. Meet the Ca sa nova of our class, At the girls he made many a pass. His hair-do and physique are really hep, A wizard with cars, and full of pep. cf... om... Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, President of Class l, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. I, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 3, 4, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "lvy Log" Staff 4, President of Band 4, Maiors: F English, Science, Math, Minors: History. To Jim we give our hearty cheers For being President all four years. He made the basketballs really gleam For he was manager of our team. Fifty-four CAM icem Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Library 1, Treasurer of Class 3, 4, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "Ivy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: English, Science, Commercial, Minors: Math, History, Latin. To be a nurse is Mart's chief aim, Miss Giggle could be her other name. She'll be remembered both near and 'far For the cokes she serves at the Dairy Bar. A , i .. b. .-,. , . 1 Yfl F wi 0 S 115 S v Q, 'ii . vig L Cl"0fUS l,l2, 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Class i, Vice-President of Class 2, ln Spring the Sap" 3, Memoir Staff 4, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "lvy Log" Sfaff 4 Secretary of Class 4, Library 4, Maiors- English, Commercial, Minors: Math, History Science. I With eyes of blue and twice as true She yelled the cheers that led the team through A humorist on the journal staff She gave us all quite a laugh. Fifty-five ss , in L SPRING THE sAP JIIIIIOR PLAY Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base ball l, 4, Photography Club 3, 4, Library 3 "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Chorus Librarian 4 Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "Ivy Log" Staff 4, Maiors English, Science, Commercial, Minors: Math, History. Dark hair, trimmed in a duck tail As an artist, he did not fail. He hopes to be a "digger-o-dell" And we in the class wish him well. Fifty-six eniora Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Class l, Library 2, Librarian of Band 2, Dixieland Band 2, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, Office 4, Memoir Staff 4, Editor of "lvy Log" 4, Maiors: Commercial, English, Home Ec., Minors: Science, History. Next is Janice, good and true, Long blonde hair and eyes of blue. In the band her trumpet she played, For the "Ivy Log" the way she paved. eniord ' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, CONCGVT Band 3, 4, Library 3, 4, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, Librarian of Chorus 4, "lvy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: English, Commercial, Home Ec., Minors: History, Science. She plays the bells in our band With the "lvy Log" she gave a hand. Deep dimples with blue eyes And her 47 Ford as her prize. 0 THE llTTlE S HE PHERD - or KINGDOM COME. , , P sr m Simon gi New Bremen: Band I, Basketball I, New Knoxville: Band 2, Memoir Staff 4, Basketball 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, "lvy Log" Staff 4, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "ln Spring the' Sap" 3, President of Chorus 4, Photography Club 3, Maiors: English, Commercial, Industrial Arts, Minors: Science, History. On the journal he rules the presses, And "Duke" is the name that he possesses He was a Road Rebel brave and true, And was a pal to all he knew. Fifty-seven Chorus I 2 3 4 "In S rin the Sa " 3 , r , , P Q P Jr. Quix Of "56" 3, "lVY LOQH Staff 41 Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: Home Ec., Com- mercial, English, Minors: Science, History. Long dark hair and eyes of brown In school she was quite a clown. For the iournal she used her art "Shorty" always did her part. ' eniord Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, B ktblll 2 3 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, F,gfAf1?2? 31' 41 FAIFK ReDQrter 2, Vice-President of F.F.A. 3, F.F.A President 4, Mayors: English, Vocational Agri culture, Minors: Math, Science. 1 F.F.A. President his Senior year What a Brown Swiss lover we have here. Has blonde hair and dresses neat Our boy "Poodle" can't be beat. Fifty-eight eniora F.F.A. l, 3, 4, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Chorus 4, Maiors: Vocational Agriculture., Com' mercial, English, Minors. Science, History. "Hi Sarge" we say to our friend Rog, His Mercury made society dodge. Sandy hair with blue eyes He left the girls with many sighs. . i l l Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 2, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "Ivy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: English, Com- mercial, Home Ec., Minors: History, Science. A roller skating fan is she And loves to drive Jim's Mercury. With light brown hair and eyes of blue, To her class she's always true. Fifty nine ai- 'JE , Q1 3111 ' - Nix Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, "lvy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: Commercial, Home Ec., English, Minors: Science, History. Lively, quick and full of fun, She pulls her tricks one by one. She has friends both large and small, "Uncie" no doubt, is loved by all. Sixty en io:-5 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Library 3, 4, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "Ivy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Maiors: English, Commercial, Home Ec., Minors: History, Science. Nancy' is lively and full of spunk She's better known as "Peter Dunk," She does her share in spreading iest Her orneriness we'll remember best. eniord l, 2, 3, 4, Library 3, 4, Librarian of 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "In Spring the "lvy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, 1 Commercial, Home Ec., English, : Science, History. Chorus Chorus Sap" 3, Maiors Minors Dark brown hair and eyes of green, A cheerleader for the Shinbone team. She likes to sing and really goes, She is better known as "ski-nose." NEW Sixty-one l 1 mg, lllltt n II mt "Ht llll 1 allll om: ill ll is it ,,,-pr i gp BasebaH l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dixieland Band 2, Vice-President of Class 3, "ln Spring the Sap" 3, Jr. Quix of "56" 3, "lvy Log" Staff 4, Memoir Staff 4, Photography Club 4, Maiors: English, Math, Science, Minors: Commercial, History. Eyes of blue and hair of blonde Makes this guy look really gone. Always smart and on the beam, Quite a credit to our team. Mrs. William THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR Ahlers Mr. David Arnett Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arnett Miss Lillian Arnett Mr. and Mrs. Mir. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Arnett Orville Aufderhaar Beniamin Aufderhaar Wesley Aufderhaar Elbert Baird Harold Bambauer Robert Bambauer Roger Bambauer Jacob Berlet Mr. and Mrs. John Bielefeld Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bierbaum Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bode Harry Bowersock Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Paul Bubp Oliver Buddemeyer Albert Clausing Ferd Clausing Leonard Clausing Clausing Adis Click Charles Culp LeRoy Deerhake Raymond Deerhake Reuben Deerhake Robert Dicke Mr. Russell Diegel Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Donnerberg Mr. and Mrs. Francis DuGranrut Mr. Ray Duhme Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elsass Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Elshoff Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Elshoff Mr. Ferd Elshoff Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Elshoff Lawrence Elshoff Lester Elshoff Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Endres Mr. and Mrs. Mr. -and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 4 Arthur Eschmeyer Lawrence Eschmeyer Earl Eversman Mfs. Lillian Eversman Mrs. Lydia Eversman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eversman Oliver Eversman Raymond Eversman Roger Eversman Mrs. Selma Eversman Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Eversman Mr. and Mrs. Zane Faurot Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Matilda Bryan Fisher Arthur Fledderiohann August Fledderiohann Edward Fledderiohann Fledderiohann Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fledderiohann Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fledderiohann Victor Fledderiohann GIFTS OF ONE DOLLAR OR MORE Sixty-two Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frlsche 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. R. H. Froning Andrew Graessle Fred Grewe Beniamin Gritzmaker Henry Gruebmeyer Virgil Gruebmeyer Adrian Haberkamp Beniamin Haberkamp Ferd Haberkamp Mr. William Harmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harrod Mr. Donald Heidt 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. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidt Donald Henkener Kermit Henkener Leonard Henkener Orley Henkener Walter Henkener Arthur Henne Alfred Henschen Allen Henschen Beniamin Henschen . .Elmer Henschen Ferd Henschen Fred Henschen Herman F. Henschen Hosea Henschen Howard Henschen Kenneth Henschen Leonard Henschen Lester Henschen Lewis Henschen Miss Melba Henschen Mrs. Pauline Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Carolyn 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. Henschen Raymond Henschen Victor Henschen William Henschen . Willis Henschen Hinze Kenith Hinze Beniamin Hoelscher Emil Hoelscher Noah Hoelscher Oscar Hoelscher Ralph Hoelscher Walter Hoelscher O. W. Hoerath Arthur Hoge Carl Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hoge Kermit Hoge Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoge Mrs. Caroline Miss Esther H Holtkamp oltkamp Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holtkamp Mrs. Sarah Holtkamp Mr. William Holtkamp Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe Gertrude and Paul Hudson Mr. and Mrs. August Huelsmeyer THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR Mr. and Mrs. Carol lreton Mr. and Mrs. William Jones Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kantner Mr. and Mrs. Addis Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Allen Katterheinrich Mrs. Beniamin Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Charles Katterheinrich Edna and Selma Katterheinrich Mrs. Emma Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. George Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Henry Katterheinrich Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Katterheinrich Howard G. Katterheinrich Myron Katterheinrich N. P. Katterheinrich R. R. Katterheinrich V. E. Katterheinrich William Katterheinrich Abner Kattman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kattman Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kattman Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kettler Mr. and Mrs. Milford Kettler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kettler Mrs. Matilda Kiefer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kipp Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kipp Mr. and Mrs. Allie Klopfenstein Mrs. Otto Koenig Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohler Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kuck Kuck Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Kuck Mr. H. O. Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kuck Mrs. Hattie Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuck Mr. and Mrs. John Kuck Mrs. Lena Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Orloe Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kuck Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kuhlman Mrs. Olga Kuhlman Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lageman Mr. Henry Lageman Mr. James Lageman Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lammers Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lammers Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lammers GIFTS OF ONE DOLLAR OR MORE Sixty-th ree Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Rev. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lammers and Mrs. Stanley Lehman and Mrs. Kenneth List and Mrs. Julius Longworth and Mrs. Frank J. Lowenbergh and Mrs. Fred Lutterbeck and Mrs. Lewis Mahn Oliver Mahn and Mrs. A. K. Manbeck and Mrs. Richard Maurer and Mrs. Fred McCabe and Mrs. Thomas McCarty and Mrs. Herbert McClure and Mrs. Walter McClure and Mrs. Bernard McCullough and Mrs. Leon McCullough and Mrs. Edward McCune and Mrs. Elmer Meckstroth and Mrs. Ferd Meckstroth and Mrs. Harry Meckstroth and Mrs. Lawrence Meckstroth and Mrs. Leroy Meckstroth and Mrs. Vernon Meckstroth and Mrs. Norman Metz and Mrs. Robert Metzger and Mrs. Dale Meyer and Mrs. Ralph Meyer and Mrs. Kermit Miller and Mrs. Willis Miller and Mrs. Harry Moellenkamp and Mrs. Milford Moellenkamp and Mrs. Dale Montgomery and Mrs. L. H. Morrow and Mrs. Allen Niemeyer and Mrs. Benjamin Niemeyer and Mrs. Donald Niemeyer and Mrs. Florenz Niemeyer and Mrs. Henry Niemeyer and Mrs. James Niemeyer Meta Niemeyer and Mrs. Oliver Niemeyer Edward Nuesmeyer and Mrs. Paul Nuss and Mrs. Carl Ott and Mrs. Edward Opperman and Mrs. Eugene Opperman and Mrs. Myron Opperman and Mrs. Richard Overley and Mrs. Woodrow Piehl and Mrs. Reinhart Piepmeyer and Mrs. Simpson Poppe and Mrs. August Prueter and Mrs. Elwood Prueter and Mrs. James Prueter and Mrs. Orville Prueter and Mrs. Clarence Rain and Mrs. Julius Rain and Mrs. Reinhard Rain and Mrs. Carl Rodeheffer and Mrs. Kenneth Rodeheffer and Mrs. LaVerne Rodeheffer THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR Harley Rodock Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Roettger Mr. and Mrs. Chester Roode Mr. and Mrs. Orval Rupert Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schafer Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnelle Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schnelle Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Schroer Enoch Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Sch roer Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schroer Mr. and Mrs. John Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroer Mrs. Elmer Schrolucke Mr. and Mrs. Florenz Schrolucke Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schrolucke Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. Norman Schrolucke Ralph Schrolucke and Mrs. Robert Schrolucke and Mrs. Wilson Schrolucke and Mrs. Marvin Schuller Elmer Schultz Oliver Schultz and Mrs.. Walter Schultz and Mrs. Emil Schwabero and Mrs. Richard Schwabero and Mrs. Roger Schwabero and Mrs. Adrian Settlage Alice Settlage Mr. and Mrs. Lester Settlage Mr. and Mrs. Noah Settlage Mrs. Rosa Settlage Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Settlage William Settlage Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shaner Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shupp Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shuster Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shuster Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Skapura Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith Mrs. Evelyn Snyder Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steinke Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stienecker GIFTS OF ONE DOLLAR OR MORE Sixty-four Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Stolte Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stout Miss Emma May Stork 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. Harry Stork Paul Stork Edwin Stroh Ralph Stroh Vernon Stroh Richard Sudman Vernon Sullivan George Telliohann Harold Thees Mr. Harry Thielker Mr. William Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thieman Wilbur Thobe Oliver Timmerman Henry Vohs Leonard Vohs Oliver Vordermark Lester Vornholt Robert Vornholt Alvin Warner Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Warner Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Florenz Warner Oliver Warner Arthur Wellman Charles Wellman Donald Wellman Ferd Wellman Eldred Wellman Howard Wellman Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wellman Mr. and Mrs. James Wessel Mr. Carl Westerbeck Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Werheim Arthur Wierwille Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Wierwille Mrs. Fred Wierwille Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wierwille Norman Wierwille Orlando Wierwille Raymond Wierwille Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Wierwille Roy and Arnold Wierwille Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wietholter Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfe Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Wynd Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Zuege Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zwiebel THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF ONE DOLLAR OR MORE NEW KNOXVILLE Arnett, Wilson Begg Seed Corn Aufderhaar, Mildred Insurance Bambauer, Robert H. Farm Seeds, Fertilizer, and Lime Brookside Sanitary Dairy Chic's Grocery, Harold Howe Meadow Gold Distributor Compliments of Meckstroth Motor Sales Compliments of New Knoxville Decorating Store Eschmeyer, Richard We Specialize In Oak and Walnut Timber Eschmeyer, Zelotes Duroc Hogs Eversman, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Teachers of Voice, Piano, and Organ Eversman Oil Company City Service Products Grimes Dairy Bar Haberkamp, Gustave Painting, Decorating and Papering Haberkamp Jewelers Precious Gifts that Last Harlamert Foods Inc. Harrod, Harold DeKalb Seed Corn and Chix Heidt, Vernon Breeder of Land Race Hogs and Shorthorn Cattle Henne, Arthur Duroc Jersey Hogs Henschen, Leonard 84 Son Holstein Friesian Cattle Hoelscher, Walter Job Printing Howe, Eugene Milk For Equity Jauert 84 Hoelscher Implement Co. Massey Harris and Ferguson lmpl. Katterheinrich Cabinet Shop Custom Made Cabinets Sixty-five Katterheinrich Motor Sales Chevrolet Service Phone 2-70 Katterheinrich, R. R., Plumbing Co. Plumbing - Heating - Roofing - Air Conditioning Knoxville Cleaners Kruse's Tastee Freeze America's Most Popular Dairy Dessert Kuck, Robert H. Real Estate Broker Kuck, Sylvanus T. Kuck's TV and Appliances Everything Electrical For Farm and Home Kuhlman Insurance Agency Lammers, Silas Registered Brown Swiss Leffel, Walter E. Life Insurance Magnatonic Products Inc. Meckstroth Farm Service Gehl Sales and Services Mildred's Beauty Shop "Beauty with a Smile" New Knoxville Cement Tile Cement, Cement Tile 81 Building Supplies New Knoxville Supply Co. Plumbing, Heating 81 Wiring New Knoxville Welding Shop Rodeheffer, Carl Contractor, Building 84 Carpenter Rodeheffer, Kenneth Spotted Poland Chinas Rodeheffer, LaVerne Breeder of Black Poland China Hogs Shellenberger Garage General Repairing - Car, Trucks, Tractors The People's Savings Bank Warner, Florenz Sohio Products, Good Year Tires Dependable Used Cars THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS OR MORE Boeckers Market Compliments of Dr. R. C. Schnelle Compliments of Post Printing Co. Guldorf 8t Moorman Appliance Co. Complete home appliances Sales 84 Service Hausteld DeLavaI Dealers Milkers 81 Bulk Coolers Minster Farmers Co-op Exchange American Budget Co. We Pav 41, Interest, Why Take Less Amstutz Hatcheries H 81 N CNick - Chickl Leghorns Bremco Alfalfa Mills Cox's Greenhouse Flowers for all occasions Crown Control Co. Inc. Manufacturers of Electric Controls Dr. L. H. Schmidt Congratulations to the class of '57 Dr. Rabe Congratulations to the class of '57 Ernie's Barber Shop Expert Sanitary Service Farm Bureau First National Bank Gilberg 8g Hegemier Funeral Home Gruebmeyer Welding Acetylene Arc IGA Corner Market Koeper's Shoe Store Home of Ball Band Rubbers Shoes and Repairing MINSTER NEW BREMEN Sixty-six Minster Furniture Co. "We sell the best for Iess" Minster Imp. Company International Harvester Equip. General Supply Minster Lumber Minster Machine Co. The Minster State Bank Westerheide Ford Sales Cars - Trucks - Tractors Zimpher Jewelers Lock Two Mills Moore's Store Mr. 81 Mrs. L. F. Sturgill Poppe Shoe Store Rump Service Station Schwieterman Drug Store Seiberling Latex Products Division of Standard Industries, Inc. Slonkosky Studio Stamco Inc., Steel Mills Sun Printers Printing 8t Addressing Vornholt Bros. 81 Son Funeral Directors Western Ohio Hardware General Hardware 81 Houseware Wilbur Insurance Agency For all your insurance needs Phone 5221 Wint's Restaurant "We have the best" Wuebbenhorst Decorating 81 Sport Shop THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOlR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS OR MORE SIDNEY Carey Greeting Card Store Peoples Federal Saving 81 Loan Hallmark Cards Rhee,S Gomes Citizens National Men's Apparel Complete Banking Service Sexauer Bakery Shop D Slfompllmenls of Sidney Fashion Center, Inc. r' arp Formal 81 Bridal Gown Specialists Dekker S Flowers The Sidney Paint Co. Dixie Parts at Equip. Co. Dean 81 Barry Paints First Federal Savings 81 Loan Association TIIOVYIG Jewelers Folkerth Auto Parts Uhlman's Department Store Sidney's Leading Dept. Store G. C. Murphy W. E. B Gallagher's Drug Store PoWS:Jgla?,igdEl:qeJipmem Harris Jewelers Wagner Hotel Miami Chick Hatchery, Inc. Zimpher Electric Service Mimonfs Market North Dixie Highway Fancy Foods For Fine Folks Phone 7650-1 ST. MARYS A Cl Clear's Shoes g Xe eaners Buster Brown Shoes for Boys 81 Girls Ballard Woodworking Co. . 530 North Front Street Compllmenls of , Dr. C. W. Mackenloach, Dentist Barnhart 84 Bricker Dealer Firestone Store A Philco Appliances - TV - Radio C0mP.l'mem5 of Refrigeration - Tires - Tubes Dr. D- L- Klle, MD- . Compliments of Blanket Reprocessing, Inc. - Fine Blanket Laundering 8g Rebinding E' M' Conner' Oplomelrlsl , Compliments of Buchanan s Department Store Dry Goods, Ready to Wear Hotel Fon Barbee liments of Buel Lumber 81 Supply Co. Comp. Millwork - Roofing - Hardware Huber Fumllure CO' Charm Beauty Salon Complgmenls of Merle Norman Cosmetics Ideal Drug lore Sixty-seven THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOIR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS OR MORE Compliments of L. D. Fleagle 81 R. K. Fleagle, D.D.S. Compliments of R. D. Brown, Optometrist Compliments of St. Marys' Market D. Armstrong 81 Co. Fine Dry Goods 81 Gifts since I860 De Lite Beauty Salon "Beautiful Hair Makes a Lovelier You" Durnell 81 Sons Jewelers Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry E. J. Mackenbach Insurance Agency Endicott Photographers Folk's Hardware 146 East Spring Street Frank Fortman Quality Home Killed Meats G. C. Murphy Co. Variety Store Gill's Flowers 81 Gifts 203 East Spring Street, Phone 6834 Hainline Patent Medicine Store HalI's TV 8g Appliances Harold's Flowers "FIowers for All Occasions" Hidegkuti's Restaurant "The Finest in Foods" Hagan's Gas Service Natural Gas 8. L.P. Appliances Howell Electric 81 Furniture Hudson Jewelers Elgin - Hamilton - Diamonds Hunter's Printing 8g Office Supply Jaspersen Supply Co. Division of Steele's Automotive 81 Industrial Supplies, Inc. ST. MARYS Sixty-eight John's Furniture Floor Covering Kattman Feed Store 602 East Spring Street KelIermeyer's Men's Wear Men's 84 Boy's Clothing Klosterman's Carry - Out Soft Drinks - Ice Lake Drive - In Restaurant Day 81 Night Service Lawlers Greenhouse When you "Say it with flowers" It's beautifully said Leader Printing Co. Leffel's Restaurant "Jess 84 Vi" Lois Beauty Shop We specialize in permanents Metz Electric Construction - Installation Service 524 North Front Street Modern Paint 81 Supply Co. Dean 81 Barry Paints Midwest Electric Inc. Electric Service for Rural 81 Urb Consumer Owned 8a Managed Motel 33 Motorist Mutual Insurance Co. Ray Schrolucke Neely's Drug Store Reliable Prescriptions Nelson's Body Shop Wrecker Service Oldsmobile Sales 8K Service Orville's Pure Oil Service Station Wapak Road Paris Cleaners Modern Method Cleaners an Areas .ln-,, THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOIR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS OR MORE Parker Motors Chevrolet 81 Buick Sales Priess Shoes Weatherbird 81 Stride- Rite Shoes R. J. Burke Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service Reliable Motor Service Complete automobile service 81 painting Rhodes Super Market, Everyday Prices "We do not meet prices, we make them" S 81 S Rexall Drug Store On the Corner Shorty's Sport Shop "See Shorty for athletic equipment" St. Marys Bargain Barn Bargains Galore-2 blocks north of Krogers St. Marys Decorating Co. Wallpaper - O'Brien Paints - Hardware Drapery - Shades St. Marys Dairy Queen The cone with the curl on top St. Marys Feed 84 Grain Seeds - Fertilizers - Salt- Master Mix Hudson 81 Wayne Feeds St. Marys Foundry Co. Archer Memorial Works 'Auglaize Furniture "Everything for the Home" Big Chief Wapa Bowsher Hardware Co. "Everything in Hardware" City Bakery "Finest Baked Goods"' Chas. Hartard DeLaval Sales and Service ST. MARYS WAPAKONETA Sixty-nine St. Marys Hardware Co. Auglaize County's most complete hardware St. Marys Heating 81 Plumbing For the best for less, see Les St. Marys Laundry 84 Dry Cleaners Rug Shampooing - Fur Storage St. Marys Ready Mix Concrete One mile East of St. Marys on Route 33 Surf Club Bill Sl Bert Guyer The Community Building 84 Loan Co. Loans to Buy Homes The Home Banking Co. 153 East Spring Street The Union Building 81 Loan Co. Opposite Post Office Safety for Savings The Stout Agency General Insurance Wahrer's Carry - Out Gas 81 Spring Streets William Stinebaugh Real Estate Broker - Phone 4203 Wisener's 5c to Sl Store Compliments of Bechdolt and Lyman Furniture Compliments of Connaughton and Weger Compliments of Dr. John E. Wolfe, Veterinarian Compliments of Dr. William Dedik Compliments of McKeever and Monahan Compliments of Riley L. Hardacre D.D.S. THESE FRIENDS MADE THIS "MEMOIR" A SUCCESS WITH THEIR GIFTS OF TWO AND ONE-HALF DOLLARS OR MORE Eda's Style Shop Millinery and Accessories F and F Cigar Store 1 19 East Auglaize Street Flowers by Dudley Wapakoneta's Exclusive Styling Frost 81 Co. Roofing, Siding, Sheet Metal Gross Lumber Co. Heinl Floor 8t Tile "lf it covers the floor, we have it" Home Savings 8. Loan Association Real Estate Loans- Insured Savings Kenneth Hay's IGA Store Koneta Cleaners Lymans Restaurant Miller's Laundry 8t Dry Cleaners Phones 83661, 3551 Millers 5c to S1 Store 21 East Auglaize Street Niswonger Chevrolet Inc. Chevrolet - Oldsmobile Parkers Lunch Popular Truck 81 Tourist Stop Paul Wisener, Jeweler ' Phillips Flowers "Say It With Ours" Piehl Brothers Clothing Co. Clothing - Furnishing - Hats Purdy's Garage Inc. Studebaker Sales 8- Service Roger Henkener, Attorney WAPAKONETA Seventy Ruck Modern Decorating 1 1 1 East Auglaize Street Services Tire 81 Tread Co. Wapak Truck Stop Sheiplines Firestone Home 84 Auto Supplies Siferd Funeral Home Stolte Jewelers Luggage, Keepsake Diamonds Teddy Bear Fine Sandwiches - Fountain Service Telliohn Plumbing 81 Heating Division of L. B. Ferree Inc. Town 81 Country Super Market Harry Kah, Proprietor Uhlman's Department Store Wapakoneta's Favorite Trading Place Wapak Hatchery Baby Chicks, Ful - O - Pep Feeds Wapakoneta Daily News Job printing at sensible prices Wapakoneta Farmers Grain Co. Farm Supplies Welfare Finance Corp. "Safety" since 1919 Werner Super Market Since 1894 Wisener Brothers TV Sales 81 Service Wright 5 81 10 cent Store A Friendly Store W. T. Grant Co. Known for Values flue The Class of 1957 wishes to thank the advertisers and the people of this community who have supported this Memoir spiritually as well as financially. Without their support the rising costs of publishing and printing such a book could not have been met. Elnor Arnett, Editor Jane Henkener, Assistant Editor 306140, .fda t0gl'a,9A5 Yflnalercfaumen PM H! .z'1.I1iJi X1 -45-5 K, we L- 1 is JL.

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