New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH)

 - Class of 1957

Page 1 of 112

 

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1957 Edition, New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1957 volume:

11A . 2 N. J 57 51, wie: , , iff-,, n'g'9'9" Aww 423 .z I yi ,. ,h W 1- M K"XX . , R ' .4 ,Jff 1 ' - r 4 'YC A V r J , f N . i fs. 'N...,,, - xl! I uni t 4' "AP-' ' ff , f 9 x K ,v X I If .. 4.47 ,,,,,..-if-' "' """""m W W llv- W 9 92 E , -iw I 45, ,, .. M- "" , A T ' Mvi- S I Y ., Q2 .........--M.. rw .,.fw.,.,,W . III DEDICATION We, the Seniors of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-seven, dedicate this Annual to the faculty of .New 'Washington High School, for their loyal senden in trplning ua tor ,good citizenship-end in our community ond country. ------- NE-WA-H-I The Crimson and the Black In the happy time of school days, In the joy of life's bright morng When we arm for coming battles, Where our future hopes are borng As we struggle up and onward On the rough and rugged track We will sing for "Dear Old Dutchtown" And the Crimson and the Black. Though we are not great and mighty In the realms of name and fame, And though in the book of glory, You have never seen our nameg Though we are not always winners On the diamond and the track, Still we sing for "Dear Old Dutchtown" And the Crimson and the Black. When at last we take our places For the voyage of our life And when all our fortunes fail us When assailed by storm or strifeg When we're threatened with destruction And we're tempted to turn back We will think of "Dear Old Dutc'htown" And the Crimson and the Black. , When at last our trip it ended' And we rest, to work no more As we muse beside the hearthstone And recall those days of yore And though other thoughts may hold us As we turn our memories back We will still remember "Dutchtown" And the Crimson and the Black. ------ Nr:.wA-1-u 1956-57 Annual Staff Editor - - - Enid Eckstein Assistant Editor - - Mary Ann Kimmel Business Manager - - - William Briegel Will - - - - Diana Ankney and Charles Kalb Prophecy - - - Mary Pauly and Enver Wolfe Senior History - - Theresa Faeth and Harold Stockmaster Junior History ---- Russell Ehrman and John Stacklin Sophomore and Freshman' History - - - Marlene Hosey. Allen Heydinger Art ----- Connie Millenbaugh and Richard Nicol Sports - - Paul Fike and Ronnie Bishop Music Judy McCarthy and Melvin Shell Faculty - - Doris Lucius and Ed Pifher Typists - - Dolores Mason and Helen Niedermier Alumni - - - Gertrude Faeth, Anna Mae Gies, James Ehresman and Don Tippin Circulation - - Clem Kanney,Carl Pifher, Tieman Van Eerten, Wilbur Green, James Paylor, Daryl Phenicie, Norbert Donnersbach -------5 NE-WA-1-ll -cg ADMINISTRATION Superintendent J. ROGER HOWE "Where have you been?" Bluffton College, A. B. Bowling Green State University, M. E -I .,..-..-......- ........... .. ...... .. -.-..- N E - W English and Librarian EULA BROWN "Turn up the volume." Heidelberg College, A. B. Purdue University Vocational Agriculture PAUL EBERWINE "Let's get something to do." Ohio State University Science and Mathematics HERMAN HERSHBERGER "I felt so good today because it's Friday." Bluffton College, B. S Music F REDA LOYER "Do you want me to get Mr. Howe?" Dana's Musical Institute Cornell University Carnegie Institute of Technology New York University B. S. Y J: 1:1 Inn, Science and Mathematics KENNETH CUMMINS "Everybody get out a blank piece of paper." Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, B. S. Bowling Green Univer- sity, M. A. Muskingum College Ohio State University Ph. D. Dissertation in Preparation Commercial ESTHER FRENCH "I could just shake you up!" Tiffin Business University Wooster College, B. S. Home Economics PATRICIA JOBES "You girls come right back." win Wallace, B. S Coach and History FRANK ROBEY "Let's get quiet!" Heidelberg College, Qninszn-u-loin-.1114-uxun-gp-u1qp-u, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades MRS. ATREL COLE Cumberland College Third Grade MRS. LEONE HALL State Teachers College South Dakota Fourth, Fifth, and Grades MRS. RUTH VanORSDALL Capital University N E - a H I 1111111111 .Yu-xfnxl-ut 'iran'-qcsQ he .-' Jil, 3 ,11 f g 4 .ls L .1 . fu. li First Grade MRS. HELEN DeROCHE Miami University Heidelberg College Second Grade , MRS. MARY SCHAAF Bowling Green State University Ohio State University School Secretary MRS. GLADYS STRICKER Mansfield Business Training School PAUL FIKE Pfesldenf DIANA ANKNEY .:Paul is a man of many ..Ha!ppy am I and from desires, I , But baseball is the one he au canes free' i a1c'q1Ii1'es." DOLORES MASON RONALD BISHOP Vice President "You may think that 1 ' Ronnie's quiet, "Mall has 'h1S wlll- But it takes him 'to start but woman has her way." 3 riot," MARLENE HOSEY WILLIAM BRIEGEL Secretary As an engineer WIl1Iam , w'll d fin ' "I'L's DICE to be natural Therelaregvt ,slhny as when you're naturally good as he in that nice-" line." TIEMAN NORBERT VAN EERTEN DONNERSBACH Treasurer "No man is born without "Only the tall man knows ambitious worldly the joy of the upper air." desires." ENID ECKSTEIN THERESA FAETH "True to her wqfd, hgf 'fshe -win charm the W01'k, her friends- cruelty out of man. JAMES EHRESMAN ANNA MAE GIES "'Gene,ral1y Speaking- "I have rather studied Jvm IS generally books than Amenf' speaking." RUSSELL EHRMAN WILBUR GREEN "Sometimes I sit and h. k "Of 'modest moods gnd f' m ' . . temperaments lS and other times I Just man H sit." ' ALLEN GERTRUDE FAETH HEYDINGER "A scientific mind and a "His madness is ngt gf womanly spirit." the head' but of the heart." JUDITH CHARLES KALB MCCARTHY ..And still his tongue "Judy is really a lot of ran on." un' , But when shes angry, you'd better run." CONSTANCE CLEMENT KANNEY MILLENBAUGH Hanlfrsfvglne vlzvgehggih "Connie is .blond and An answer is 'Clem to EL Very kmd' . maidenfs ,prayerxvv A better companlon H you ll never find. MARY ANN KIMMEL RICHARD NICOL "What could this beauti- "His friends are many. ful woman do His foes-are there against a desperate any?" man," moms Lucius HELEN NIEDERMIER "A twinkle in her la'u.g'h- . l ing eyes, "All her friends like her Be on your guard against well, . Supprigef' A wonderful glrl you can easily tell." MARY PAULY EDWARD PIFHER "Mary does have pretty S0 ?I'3ftnf':3gte when first eyes - ' To please her friends She Thenmgog cgange your always tries." Resin Wmggtslfm ,,, , MELVIN SHELL 'LI have not yet achieved, "D'ec,ds, not words." but I am Still s1t,r'ivinj:." JAMES PAYLOR DARYL PHENICIE JOHN STACKLIN "Silence is the prefectest "Youth comes but once herald of joy." in a lifetime." HAROLD CARL f"Ff"ER. s'rocKMAs'rER Santas Cali-ggclvgfllls wlth 'lOur thoughts and our Some with traps." Condffcl are Um' OWII. -----------..-W NE-WA-Hi - --. - - 1... I . ... DON TIPPIN "Don has been known as quite a romancer, All the girls think he's a wonderful dancer." ENVER WOLF E "Understand him- if you can." SENIOR CLASS ACTIVITIES DIANA LEE ANKNEY G.A.A. 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 3, 45 Band 1, 3, 45 'Orchestra 15 Class President 35 Class Play 35 Wigwam Staff 1, 45 Cafeteria 35 Lilbrarian 15 Heidelberg Music Festival 45 Op- eretta 2, 35 County Musical 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. RONALD CHARLES BISHOP Baseball 3, 45 Mail Boy 45 Annual Stali' 4. WILLIAM NOAH BRIEGEL Basketball Manager 3, 45 'Baseball Manager 3, 45 Track Manager 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 National Honor Society 145 Wigwam .Staff 45 Librarian 1, 25 iBoy's State 35 Annual Staff 4. NORBERT HENRY DONNERSBACH Track 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Basket- ball 35 Parliamentary Procedure Team 35 Li- brarian 45 Annual Stall" 4. ENID ALBERTA ECKSTEIN G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 15 National Hon- or Society 45 Class Play 3, 45 Wigwam Staff 45 Cafeteria 35 Librarian 1, '25 Office Help 45 Girl's State 35 Annual Staff 4. JAMES JAY EHRESMAN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volley- ball 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Parliamentary Pro- cedure Team 3, 45 Class Plays 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. RUSSELL MERLE EHRMAN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Volleyaball 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Parliamentary Procedure Tea-m W2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Vice-President 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 35 'Class Plays 3, 45 Heidelberg Music Festival 45 Ofper-etta 2, 35 County Musical 2, 3, 45 Boy's State 35 Annual Staff 4. GERTRUDE ANN FAETH G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 C-lass Play 35 Cafeteria 15 Li- ibrarian 3, 45 Teacher's Secretary 45 Annual Staff 4. THERESA EMMA F AETH G.A.A. 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Ensemfble 35 Class Plays 3, 45 Wigwam Staff 45 Oiperetta 35 County Musical 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. PAUL JACOB FIKE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Volleylball 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Glee Club 1, 25 Class President 45 'Student Council 3, 45 Stu- dent Council President 45 National Honor Soci- ety 45 Delaware Music Festival 15 Annual Staff 4. ANNA MAE GIES Cafeteria 45 Annual Staff 4. WILBUR ALLEN GREEN Basketball Manager 25 Baseball Manager 25 Track lManager 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Bas- ketball 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. 4-s---1--:--1: -f ::- NE-WA-HI -1 - f I 1 -1 - ---A---0 ALLEN FRANCIS HEYDINGER Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Par- liamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Clulb 1, 2, 3, Class Vice President 3, Class Play 4, Wigwam Staff 3, Operetta 2, 3, County Musical 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. ALICE MARLENE HOSEY Cheerleader 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. President 4, G.A.A. Treasurer 2, Choir 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Class Vice-President 1, Class Secretary 4, 'Class Plays 3, 4, Librarian 2, County Musical 4, Annual Staff 4. CHARLES FREDERICK KALB Baseball 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4, TrackMan- ager 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basketball 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Sentginiel 3, Class Play 3, Librarian 1, Annual ta . CLEMENT FRANCIS KANNEY Baseball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Pro- cedure Team 3, F.F.A. Treasurer 4, F.F.A. Sen- tinel 3, Class Treasurer 1, Annual Staff 4. MARY ANN KIMMEL G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Secretary-Treasurer 4, Glee Clulb 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, Class Plays 3, 4, Wigwam Staff 3, Annual Staff 4. DORIS ANN LUCIUS G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Vice President 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Class Play 3, Operetta 3, County Musical 3, 14, Annual Staff 4. DOLORES BETTY MASON Cheerleader 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Girls' Ensemfble 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secre- tary 2, 3, Class Treasurer 1, Class Vice-Presi- dent 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Wigwam 'Staff 4, Cafe- gerig 1, Operetta 2, County Musical 2, 4, Annual ta 4. JUDITH ELIZABETH McCARTHY Choir 4, Glee Clulb 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, glass Plays 3, 4, 'County Musical 4, Annual ta 4. CONSTANCE ANN MILLENBAUGH Cheerleader 3, G.A.A. 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Class Plays 4, Opcaretta 2, 3, County Musical 3, 4, Annual Sta 4. RICHARD LEE NICOL Glee Club 1, Class President 2, Class Vice-Presi- dent 1, Student 'Council 3, 4, Class Play 3, Li- brarian 4, Annual Staff 4. HELEN MARGARET NIEDERMIER G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Lilbrarian 3, 4, Office Help 3, Annual Staff 4. MARY MARGARET PAULY G.A.A. 2, 4, Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemlble 3, Student Council 3, 4, Student Council Secretary 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Wig- wam Editor 4, O-peretta 3, County Musical 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. JAMES RICHARD PAYLOR F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basketball 4, Parlia- mentary Procedure Team 3, Cafeteria 4, Annual Staff 4. DARYL GEORGE PHENICIE F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, Operate bells for Grade School 4, Annual Staff 4. CARL GEORGE PIF HER Track 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4. EDWARD JOSEPH PIFHER Track 3, F.F.A. Basketball 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 4, F.F.A. Sec- retary 4, Cafeteria 4, Librarian 4, Office Help 3, Annual Staff 4. MELVIN JOHN SHELL Baseball 1, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4, 'Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Heidellberg Music Festival 4: Operetta 3, County Musical 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. JOHN GILBERT STACKLIN Baseball 1, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, Annual Staff 4. HAROLD EDWARD STOCKMASTER F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Basketball 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. DON EARL TIPPIN Basketball 4, Baseball 4, Track 4, Volleyball 4, 'Choir 2, Glee Clulb 1, 2, 3, National Honor Soci- ety 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Wigwam Staff 2, Librar- ianH:3, Operetta 2, County Musical 2, Annual Sta 4. TIEMAN VAN EERTEN Class Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4. ENVER CHARLES WOLFE Basketball 'Manager 2, Baseball Manager 2, Track Manager 2, Class Plays 3, 4, Annual Staff flu1n--ln1ls-ul1n1ln1uu-un1nn1ns-un1un1un- N E n n H I -unix 1011 at I 7 I Q SENIOR CLASS HISTORY On the morning of September 8, 1953, we thirty-seven shy, Well-scrubbed, bewil- dered Freshmen began our journey through High School-eager to fill our heads with knowledge. First we organized the class and selected prominent leaders. Herbert Caudill was elected president, Marlene Hosey, vice-president, Enid Eckstein, secre- tary, Dolores Mason, treasurer. For our class sponsor we chose Mr. Cummins. Our first terrifying experience was our initiation. We were ordered to dress in long underwear, worn backwards, and to bring buckets in which to carry the Seniors' books. In the evening we were treated to a dance by the Seniors. Being wisely ath- letic, our class was favored with Herbert Caudill, Russell Ehrman, Paul Fike, and Al- len Heydinger. During the course of the year we lost three members of our Freshman class: Doris Meyers, Gene Carrick, and Virginia Marvin. Now in our Sophomore year the number of our class is thirty-three after losing Bonnie Pitzen and Herbert Caudill and gaining Mary Ann Kimmel. Officers chosen were: Richard Nicol, president, Russell Ehrman, vice-president, Dolores Mason, sec retary, Clem Kanney, treasurer. We elected Mr. Hershberger as our class sponsor. Once again Russell Ehrman, Paul Fike, and Allen Heydinger made the basketball team. A thrilling incident during this year was that of selecting our class rings. In the fall of '55 we returned to school as the jolly juniors. The election of offi- cers took place and the results were: Diana Ankney, president, Allen Heydinger, vice-president, Dolores Mason, secretary, Russell Ehrman, treasurer. Mrs. Eula Brown was chosen as our class sponsor. Our first big chance on the stage, "Just Ono Big Happy Family," under the direction of Mrs. Brown proved to be very successful. The highlight of our Junior year was the Junior-Senior Prom. Our theme was "A Southern Plantation." This year at the Crawford County Mardi Gras, a member of our class, Mary Ann Kimmel, was chosen Queen. After a long hard struggle we have finally reached the top-we are Seniors. For our final year we elected Paul Fike, President, Dolores Mason, vice-president, Mar- lene Hosey, secretary, Tieman Van Eerten, treasurer, and Mr. Robey as our class sponsor. Our class total is now thirty-four after losing Laurena Niedermier and gain- ing Anna Mae Gies and Tieman Van Eerten. Our class play "Grandma's Best Years," held in December was a huge success. At the beginning of the second semester we moved into our new school building, which is very much improved over the old. Our only regret is that we have only such a short time to spend in it. We are now busy publishing the Ne-Wa-Hi. For our class motto we chose "There is No Limit to Suc- cess." Our class colors are light blue and white and the yellow rose is our class fiower. We are now eagerly looking forward to Commencement. ,. ,wwvv-Y: +t..n-I: 1: :2 ::: 1 7 1: 141: I I'n1i D1Q SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Seniors of '57, being of sound mind and memory, do make and declare the following, as and for, our last "will" and testament. We leave the seniors of '58 all our possessions and sneaky little tricks. FIRST: We leave our memory and the school, to Mr. Howe, our superintendent. SECOND: We leave to the school our intelligence. THIRD: It is our desire, as a class, that all our debts are paid by the juniors. FOURTH: We leave our personal property individually as follows: To Janet Tippin, Doris Lucius wishes to leave her pleasing personality hoping she can make use of it. To Kenny Niedermier, Tieman Van Eerten leaves a few feet hoping to stop bump- ing his head in low doorways. Knowing that Danny Kehres and Karl Hiler are chummy, Jim Paylor and Daryl Phenicie leave their ability to stick together. Not wanting the teachers to have time on their hands, William Briegel leaves his ability for class arguments to David Scheer, hoping he will keep up the good work. The tenor section of the music department would be lost without Melvin Shell's soothing tenor voice, so, he leaves it to Karl Hiler hoping he hits as many off notes as possible. To Linda Alt, Mary Ann Kimmel leaves her height, hoping she can make the most of it. Wanting the road to Tiro completely worn out, Charles Kalb wills the pleasure of finishing the job to Bob Studer. Gertrude Faeth wills her intelligence to Ollia Ramey, knowing she will use it to the best advantage. Helen Niedermier gladly leaves her typing ability to Carol Bishop and Loretta McCarthy, hoping Miss French will be proud of them. Norbert Donnersbach wills his bottle of peroxide to Sandra Wolfe, knowing she hnas a weakness for it. Marlene Hosey leaves her natural curls to Joan Faeth and Martha Nedolast to ond those nightly pinups. Anna Mae Gies leaves her love for literature to Ruth Snipes knowing she will find it interesting. John Stacklin, Carl and Ed Pifher leave their talkativeness in class, to Charles Evans Cwho is much too quietl. Ronnie Bishop wants his seldom-used books to be left in reliable hands so he wills them to Jim Kehres. Dolores Mason doesn't want the streets in town to cool off so she readily wills her hot-rod ability to Pat Geissman, knowing she won't let anyone down. Enver Wolfe leaves the Egg Auction to Gary Gardner, hoping he keeps the eggs in cartons and not on the fioor. Judy McCarthy and Connie Millenbaugh leave their easy going ways to Loretta Trucks. Harold Stockmaster and Wilbur Green both driving Chevies, leave them to Joe Pifher, knowing that Ford of his will one day conk out. clara-u1s-swim-no-nu1n1uo1lu1so1Il1um N E u - 1 :zxfxintn 1: 11:11 I at 1110+ Richard Nicol leaves his reading material to Charles Hicks, confident he will find it exciting. To Nancy Heydinger and Ann Smith, Theresa Faeth and Mary Pauly leave their neatness and winning ways, on the condition they continue to have many friends. Enid Eckstein leaves her maddening passion for sports to Diane Fike and Carma Heydinger. fDon't get carried away.J To Jan Darr and Ann Yanka, Diana Ankney leaves her witty remarks and hearty laugh on condition that they keep the music department as lively as possible. Don Tippin wills his book on women to Tom Heckerd with the advice "It's easier to leave them alone than trying to figure them out." Paul Fike, Clem Kanney, Allen Heydiuger, James Ehresman, and Russell Ehrman leave their athletic ability to Bill Kaple and Bob Studer, knowing they will keep Mr. Robey happy. FIFTH: To Mrs. Brown we leave our wacky definitions hoping Webster wasn't insulted. To Miss Loyer We leave a sigh of relief, another senior class graduated. To lMr. Hershfberger we leave our address books hoping he can find an interesting pen-pa . , To Miss Jobes the senior girls leave their crooked seams, hoping the junior girls can straighten them out. To Mr. Cummins we leave our well copied sheets and artistic designs. h To Mr. Eberwine, the Home-Ec. girls leave their ability to keep the Vo-Ag boys appy. To Mr. Robey the b-oys of '57 leave their ability to skip basketball practice and still get to the "District Tournament." To Miss French, Shorthand II leaves their ability to start a good conversation during class. SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY January 23, 1987 On Tuesday, about 12:30, my mechanical robot had just cleared the dinner table and I had reclined in my plex-a-flesh chair when suddenly a picture flashed on the video screen that announces my visitors. Much to my surprise, I saw the face of my old classmate, Richard Nicol, at my door. I let him in and could see that he was very excited. He told me all about his new money-making venture, digging space clams on the dark side of the moon. He asked me whether I would like to join him and since it sounded so daring, I accepted. As we neared the space port we heard the booming voice of William Briegel, the president of Space Lines, Incorporated. Just as we were about to enter his office, out came Paul Fike with a long face. I found out later that he was to be the pilot on this trip. We had made our reservations and decided to recruit others to join us. We boarded a tear-shaped space ship and headed toward the western part of the count- ry. In three minutes we had arrived at Los Angeles where we were to pick up a few additional passengers. -1-.1-H -e ee-. -A ex: NE.wA-i-11 I ----f Having a few leisure hours at our disposal, we decided to tour Los Angeles. As we walked down main street we noticed a fashion shop and upon entering we found the proprietress to be none other than another classmate, Dolores Mason. After talking with her for a while we learned that Mary Ann Kimmel is the leading model in the country. When Dolores found out where we were intending to go, she closed up shop and came with us. As we strolled through the park in Los Angeles, we noticed Jim Paylor, Russ Ehrman, Daryl Phenicie, and Don Tippin training man-eating Gyro-mounts from Mais for the circus. We decided that men of such bravery should accompany us on our venture. On approaching the museum we noticed one of the attendants brushing dust off a stuffed Tobor. With a wave of a dusty cloth, Clem Kanney greeted us. Having such skill we thought that Clem would make a good cabin boy on the space ship. It was now nearing supper time. As we walked into a solar-cooled restaurant we noticed Diana Ankney who was working t.he switchboard for mechanical robots to act as waiters. After we had eaten we decided to take her along to cook for us. Since Marlene Hosey is the President of our country, we knew she would be too busy to accompany us. On a billboard in the main part of Los Angeles we saw a poster advertising a school on Mars for scientific fa-rming and introducing the new art of growing anti- toxic-razor plants. The school is under the leadership of Ed Pifher. His main as- sistants are Allen Heydinger, Cy Donnersbach, and Carl Pifher. We decided that they had enough to keep them busy so we traveled on. As we reached the square we heard the piping voice of Theresa Faeth who is a soap box lecturer against alcohol. Her assistants tthey carried axesj were Judy Mc- Carthy, Enid Eckstein, Helen Niedermier and John Stacklin. They had started a gen- uine Carrie-Nation Act. We thought that the axes might come in handy so we re- cruited the little group. l In crossing the square we noticed Jim Ehresman in the store window modeling luminescent isor-skin tailored suits. We knew these suits would help on the dark side of the moon, so we bought one, and took Jim with us. Before we could take off for the moon, a quick trip was made to Holland to enlist the services of Tieman Van Eerten, who was residing there while studying space travel in foreign universities. In Amsterdam we saw Anna Mae Gies busy operating a street sterilizer. She de- cided to try this new contraption, which she invented herself, in Holland. Opon returning to Los Angeles to "blast off" we found that Gertrude Faeth, Con- nie Millenbaugh, and Doris Lucius had given up their honorary positions as "teel-a- mite" shellers in the President's kitchen to come along with us. We knew Harry, Wilbur, Charles and Buck had a taste for space clams, but they were out in space repairing a space stationg we decided to radio them on the way out. Ronnie Bishop, who lives on Mars and has gained sufficient wealth from his resin wells, said he would open the market so we could sell our clams as fast as we could dig them. We are now blasting off! Our little band's together, We're headed for the moon, And if these clams are tasty, We will not be back so soon. WRVEEOA ,Ham 3.6 5:34 wgpzak :Nags mega NAEOO 5:54 03254 ESF 05: :O xOrmQ5 Ewsm ,Sm mmgagm QV E5 mmm ,Sneak ,gm bam cgggm ENB? Em zzz HH .4 .RS NQVHUOH' Esngm 'ABUSE HOOSOW 'agua :Hg-adm 52208 0252 SEWEQQENO 39230 PEQEUH Kami ieagm 8545 33,5 Hman OEEOEWE swam we C032 'Ham UHEOEEESSWBH V305 23 E: OH Suez :Q-8? HSS, 55354 Wagga mimgmmgo to .HEOOU E524 miata by MGEBSS Ewggmdm OES! 2 wisgms MEUSM wEUiO3UOOs3 MEPEQ OESH B wiggms miwwgm EE again 05 S wifes METSOMM 0-:Manda REED S2 :N aOEnmEOm gs SEQ 6 .AH 3223 OU OU mgm Eg Exam no Em Siam BHEOE 0-as-amz EIU-Fm-V5 Nm-.U N- IU N- -Z3 ESM xoigpg mm-ESU 530m M5232 3:4 'awimimm wwggrm 5:4 C020 EVEN -:EES mga as SEQ SHE DOUSU HES ESQ WEEE Swami? egg E54 25,5486 F5525 2,52 :wmgm HEEQEE is gag' Egwxom gangs ESQ ggQm.8EHOQ igm H3202 Swann ENOZ E353 QOHEE mgggo Egan NSHEBQ 3-A SEQ 0-:dz 2502 mmm avg MES 29:0 FE? MASS Em 'Agn MTSU mgbm ,Hmmm so Em pam Em wqimgm WQEOEG minima :gan B wiwim Wigan! EUGENE mmm mggga EDU mess MO EOBEDSSQOHAH 20304 'Sm E 54 03254 Sggm ,Sm EQOA HBCU SEGOEEH :Sm 4 ,HSEQHO gsm .Sega ,Egan gm E395 PEZ ,skin VMOEH OEHESE Baba 'SEEK igagw 8T50m5Om 'SEQEND Etq 3w3g5Om 8E5m5Om STEVWBOZ pawwan saab 65 HE? WESMSN be we-E355 ggmi manga wgiss wiawgm 352 biz 8 .WEOU NEEVONH HO! wig-Am megan GEMM 3 wigums mggwm B Enigma MCENOM 250,34 MEZHQ miriam 0336! wages MEEETSW wigsm wigm weigh ,EBSQ Sim gm iam Siam xgm um -,SO EEE Qwgow ENE Exam MBE mango 355 mggon gsm EDN has E20 0-:Og 3320 ,SNES EBSQ EN? H5529 EASE- -,sm ASQ 'Hggavssm E235 Spam E-xogm 22:6 HES. :mam 'Eg E302 ,SEE HESOH E235 ,swam wwgow -so 23525 93000 Than ,STSHH mv-:EOE 352' 3-:E ayswgg bs: HQMESBWZ upswvsg gsm EEZ SA page gwnspggg H54 QNESEOO NEVSUUE EQDNNZH :Eau C032 bam WSBOQ 2:25 E54 ESQ EEEUH E34 N932 seam WEBER! 20805 afn1la-h1ln1so1u1ns-n1u1:n-nn-:u-nn--nr- N E - - H I 1 11 1: 1: 1: 11 Jr 11. 1: Y 1 1: 1+ 1956-57 SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER P 17-First Day of school. 18-Ball game here with Mt. Zion. Game called after 12 innings 0-0. 19-Senior class meeting. 21-Ballgame there with Whetstone, We won 17-0. 21--G. A. A. Meeting-Election of officers. 24-Baseball tournament at Chatfield. We beat Tiro 13-5. 25-Cafeteria started. No more cold lunches. Mr. Robey became the proud father of a boy, Charles Curtis. Congratulations! 26-Class meeting, chose our class fiower. OCTOBER 1-We beat Sulphur 10-0 and Mt. Zion 4-2 to win the County Baseball Tournament. We received a beautiful trophy. G. A. A. Meeting. 5-Seniors pick their class colorsg light blue and white. G. A. A. softball team beat Tiro here 6-4. Let's hit more of those long home runs, Gertrude. 5-Juniors received their long-awaited class rings. 6-Junior class. car wash. Everyone got their weekly bath! 11-Start of the Senior's Magazine Drive. 12-Junior Danceg Columbus Day. 15-Seniors had a half day off from school to sell annual ads. Thanks, everyone! 16+Student Council meetingg election of officers. 23-Chose the Mardi Gras Queen candidate and the cheerleaders. G. A. A. meet- ing, played volleyball. 24--Mayor Schwemley talked to the American Government Class concerning city government. 26-No School-Teachers' meeting. F. F. A. Carnival. Wouldn't they let you have a teddy bear, Marlene? OCTOBER 27-New Washington Mardi Gras. 31-Mary Ann Kimmel crowned Barbara Rotschild the 1956-57 Mardi Gras Queen at Bucyrus. NOVEMBER 6-Election Day. Representative from Ashland College here to tell us about college life. Basketball preview at Sulphur Springs. 8-Senior play practice starts. 12-Senior play practice again, but we didn't know any more than when we started. 13-Student Council Meeting. School dismissed at 11:15. County Teachers' meet- ing at Holmes-Liberty. 14-Senior play practice after school. Remember Patch, Mable, and Bubbles? VVho could forget them? 116-Freshman class party. Senior play practice again. Poor Mrs. Brown. Bet sho thought we would never learn our lines. 20-Parliamentary Procedure Team went to Lykens and took second in the county. The basketball teams traveled to Attica for the first game of the season. Both teams were beaten. 21-School dismissed at 2:00. 22-Thanksgiving vacation begins. 23-Eeniior play practice. Play was getting closer so we studied our parts a little ar er. 25-Senior potluck dinner. y 30-Basketball game with Whetstone, here. Reserve and varsity won. DECEMBER 1-Went to Shiloh where the Varsity won and the reserve lost. 3-Senior Play Practice. Our last chance to make our play a success. -use-E: H x -C NE-WA-H1 I I ff- iq -+ 4-Played basketball at Sulphur. Lost both the varsity and the reserve games. 5-The day has arrived. The Seniors presented their play, "Grandma's Best Years." It was a huge success. 7-Went to Tiro. Lost reserve game but won the varsity game. 10-G. A. A. meeting. 11-Basketball game with North Robinson. Won reserve game, lost varsity. 14-Played basketball game with Mt. Zion. Won reserve game and lost the varsity. 16-Messiah. 18+Game at Whetstone which we won both. Good work, boys! 20--Moved into the new school building. It was a nice Christmas present. 21--Class in morning and a movie in the afternoon. School was dismissed at 2:00 for ghristlrnas vacation. The Senior girls icnjoyed a shorthand party. Thanks, Miss renc . 22-Christmas vacation started. 28-G. A. A. Dance. JANUARY 2-School resumed. 4--Played Lykens here, reserves won and varsity lost. 8--Played our first game in the new gym with Nevada, which we won both the re- serve and the varslty. Student Council meets. 11-Went to North Robinson. Won the reserve and lost the varsity. 14-G. A. A. meeting. 15-Played Tiro here. Lost the reserve game and won the varsity. 17-Senior Scholarship test at Bucyrus. Vo-Ag. Scholarship test at Bucyrus also. 18-Basketball game with Sulphur here and got beat both games. 21-College Club meeting at Leesville. 22-Played Plymouth there and lost both games. 25-Leesville journeyed here for three basketball games. We won all three. 28--Wrestling matches. 28-Exams. 29-Played basketball with Mt. Zion, here. Won reserves and lost the varsity. FEBRUARY , 1-Played Chatfield here. Won both games. We held our first annual Homecoming. Barbara Rothschild was chosen queen and her attendants were Mary Ann Kim- mel, Dolores Mason, Ann Kimmel, and Roberta Osborn. Student Council spon- sored a dance after the games. 5-Traveled to Lykens. Lost reserve game, won the varsity. 6-School dismissed at 11:15. County Teachers meeting. 7-Seniors went to Fostoria to the Dicken-Wonders Studio and had their graduation pictures taken. 8-Played Holmes-Liberty there and lost both games. Last game of regular Season. 11-Group and individual pictures taken. 12-Played North Robinson in the tournament and won. 14-Won over Chatiield in the second game of tournament play. 19-Got beaten by Holmes-Liberty in the semi-finals. 21-Beat Whetstone in tourney. Octet here from Bluffton College. 22-No school. 23--We beat Mt. Zion in an overtime game to gain third place in the county. New Washington was awarded the Sportsmanship trophy. Paul Fike was chosen for first all county team and Allen Heydinger for the second team. We are now in the Sectional Tournament at Mansfield. Paul Fike was also chosen for the All- State second team. MARCH 1-We won over Greenwich in the first game of the sectional. This game was one of the most exciting of the season. 2-Sulphur Springs defeated us in the sectional. This game closed out the basket- 'ball season for New Washington. i i I .ws E3 ,, y I A i fa. ll 4. J mia 4 N. . f J, jk: l if ggi, ,-2 yi ' X AT: .. f .220 uni ,3 , 5, "" 5. , X 1 E., siiac! 1. Hilarious Harry. 2. Jolly Judy. 3. Cute Clemie. 4. Flirty Gertie. Rugged Ronnie. 6. Classy Connie. 7. Marvelous Mary. 8. Laugwhing Laurena. Sl. Happy Helen. 10. Jumping John. 11. Merry Mary. Gorgeous Gertie. Alluring Allen. Tricky Theresa. Comic-al Clem. Angelic Allen. Joking Judy. Noisy Norbert. Corny Charlie. Meek Mary. Alias Goolp. Jim Paylor and Lassie. Theresa, hot rodder at an early age Don't sneeze, Enid. Don, so innocent. Shavpely legs at two, Mary Ann. Initiation. A new hairdo, Enid? Got the mumps, Jimmy Jay? Watch the birdie, Doris. Why so sober, Gertie? Hug the dolly, Mary. Baby Wilbur. Doris at an early age. lp.-n1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,..1...,- 1'-I E - WA - H I --fx -- 1: W 1: :v--T f-3 6:29 'x JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW: Linda Alt, Carol Bishop, Jana Darr, Charles Evans, Joan Faeth. SECOND ROW: Diane Fike, Gary Gardner, Pat Geissman, Charles Hicks, Thomas Heckerd. THIRD ROW: Carima Heydinger, Daniel Kehres, James Kehres, Loretta McCarthy, Martha Nedolast. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Niedermier, Joe Pifher, Ollia Ramey, Ruth Snipes, Ann Smith. FIFTH ROW: Robert Studer, Janet Tippin, Loretta Trucks, Sandra Wolfe, Ann Yanka. Absent: Nancy Heydingrer, Karl Hiler, William Kaple, David Scheer. +22-ff. e -:Y.------f:::f--- .e -- N E - WA - H I JUNICR CLASS HISTORY President ...... . . . Ann Smith Vice-President . . . . . . Joe Pifher Secretary ...... . . . Ollia Ramey Treasurer ............... Robert Studer Student Council ....... ..... B ill Kaple, Ann Yanka, and Dan Kehres Class Sponsor ......... Mr. Hershberger On September 7, 1954, twenty-eight Freshmen began their long journey through Dutchtown High. The officers that year were: President, Linda Altg Vice-President, James Kehresg Secretary-Treasurer, Kenny Niedermierg and Class Sponsor, Mrs. Grace Lininger. Their first big experience was a terrible one, because initiation that year required that they should come to school attired in bathing suits with burlap sacks as beach coatsg also hip boots. They enjoyed a roller skating party at Bucy- rus. Boys in the Freshman class having athletic ability were: Bobby Studer, Chuck Evans, Bill Kaple, and Gary Gardner. Diane Fike supported the team by being a cheerleader. The class officers for the Sophomore year were: President, Diane Fike, Vice- President, Robert Studerg Treasurer, Bill Kapleg Secretary, Ollia Ramey, and Class Sponsor, Herman Hershberger. This year two new members came to Dutchtown. They were Joe Pifher and Mary Laser, making the class total 30. By having two bake sales and a car wash they started their climb toward the goal they have set for a Sen- ior Class trip. They held a roller skating party and a party at Bill Kaple's home, and with this they concluded their Sophomore year. Starting their Junior year the class total dropped to 28 with Lois Heydinger and Mary Laser leaving. Still working toward their goal the class held a car wash and sold refreshments at the basketball games. In the athletic department they have great ability in Danny Kehres, Jim Kehres, Bob Studer, Chuck Evans, and Bill Kaple. Diane Fike was a varsity cheerleader this year. The class enjoyed a Christ- mas party at the home of Gary Gardner. This spring they presented their class play, 'iIt's a Date," which was a huge success. Lots of luck next year, kids! -........-..-..-..-..-..-..- N E . WA - HI ... u. .. ua: Z- Homc Ec'?'?? The after effects. Don't just stand there boys! It's up to you Clem. Studying in the old gym. What a physic!'?! Working in the library. What kind of literature are you reading now, Mary Ann? Kids will be kids. Still moving. The spectators. Did he ask you yet, Sandra? Our blond-ihairerl senior, Diana Hersh again. Ambitious??'? Caught you this time, Gladys. Two hard working girls. A future painter? vf' of ss ? ki 5. ri WYE . .. 5 'P .5 H- ' ' Q . , x ,- ' l SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: Richahd Ackerman, Roger Ackerman, Delberta Ankney, Janice Bechtel, Donald Bishop Frederick Bremer. SECOND ROW: Roselyn Briegrel, Lewis Evans, Margaret Fellows, Ronald Ferguson, Paul Hielwr Kathleen Hosangz THIRD ROW: Marilyn Kark, Dolores Karl, Kathleen Karl, Ann Kimmel, Donald Krebs, Evelyn Mason FOURTH ROW: Jerome Meyer, Calvin Mcflartlhy, Thomas McCarthy, Gerald Nedolast, James Ne dolast, Jo+hn Nedolast. FIFTH RJOW: Carol Phenicie, Arlene Pifher, Betty Pitzen, Barbara Rothschild, Marion Schank James Siesel. SIXTH RJOW: Lois Snipes, Barbara Vanflrsdall, .Ioan Wechter. Albsent: William Bremer. -u-1---1: -f 1 nf-in-W N E.wA-H1 SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY President ..... .... D elberta Ankney Vice-President .. ........ Paul Hieber Secretary ..... .. . Barbara Rothschild Treasurer ...... ...... M arilyn Kark Student Council .... Barbara VanOrsdall, and Calvin McCarthy Class Sponsor . .. ....... Mr. Eberwine The future class of '59 assembled on September 6, 1955, to become the talented freshmen of N. W. H. S. The class officers were: President, Barbara VanOrsdallg Vice-President, Lewis Evans, Secretary-Treasurer, Delberta Ankney. Barbara Van- Orsdall and Barbara Rothschild were chosen for the Reserve Basketball games. Cal- vin McCarthy, Dick Ackerman, and Jerome Meyer contributed athletic ability. The Sophomore year went fast. Also this year Barbara VanOrsdall was a Re- serve Basketball cheerleader and Barbara Rothschild a Varsity Basketball cheer- leader. The class enjoyed this year tremendously: but they are anxious to be Juniors. NE-WA-HI -an W , . .. .. ,. .. .. ,. .. - Get to work, Gladys! Hungry, kids?? My younger days. This is choir?? Our class secretary. Our coach. Our Elvis!! 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. It's falling, Banb! Mark one up for us. What kids! Our Miss French. Work, kids. Who're you winking' at, Allen? il. 'U Q xx X EM if ,. s f-Ql fif f R L 2 n x f x fiih C ,Q il ax K H ex - . Qt. L, - df-.ini 1 L , X5 4 ' S, is elf ' 5: 4 N Ag' 21.55 R s. al 4 J FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW: Harry Aichholz, Janet Ba-dertscher, Sue Bevis, Larry Bishop, Thomas Clark, Alan Cramer. SECOND ROW: Doris Donnersbach, Sherryl Eckstein, Carolyn Fiaeth, Barbara Gies, David Gies, Carlton Heydinger. THIRD ROW: Carlyle Heydinger, Lucille Hiler, Maurice Hosey, Robert Lucius, Mary A. Kaple, Robert Kaple. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Kaple, Larry Kimmel, Roberta Osborn, Charles Pifher, James Pitzen, Roger Rettig. FIFTH ROW: Carol Schank, Allison Shell, David Snyder, Velma Snipes, Clarabelle Stacklin, Sharon Steigerwalt. SIXTH ROW: Irene Strohim, Kenneth Stufder, Madeline Ulmer, John Venichek, Mari- lyn Wenzlick, Margaret Wurm. SEVENTH ROW: Barbara Frantz. Absent: Beverly Watson. '-1 ' '-sf ,..':vmvrw NV. ,,,,. ---------w NE-WA-HI FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY President .............. Roberta Osborn Secretary-Treasurer ....... Irene Strohm Advisor ............ .. Mr. Cummins Student Council . . . ...... Irene Strohm, Sherry Eckstein Bright and early on September 17, 1956, the starry-eyed freshmen started their first day in New Washington High. The class had a party which took place in November, it was a square dance held in the school auditorium. They really seemed to enjoy themselves. Also they had a skating party in February. This was really a "hit" with the kids, because most of them were "sore." A few of the boys have athletic ability. They are: Allison Shell, Larry Kimmel Kenny Studer, Sam Hosey, David Snyder, and Tom Kaple. Q zz' Roberta Osborn is a varsity cheerleader. 1 ' L- , ,, ,W , I pin.-1...-,inn-ni 11.1-,1--- NE-WA-HI -- Sing, kids. Lucky lips! Bashiful boys. That must be heavy. How did this come about'?? Fire away, Jim. What's so funny, Sadie? So sad. 9. What is it? 10. Think up a good one, Ronnie. 11. A hard day's work done. 12. Knock-kneed-Cy. 13. Dangerous, daring, devilish, and dowbtful. 14. Don, Charles, and Gary. 15. What happened to that hair? 334 JUNIUR HIGH EIGHTH GRADE Paul Aichholz Juno B1-vis Avenvllv Collins BL-tty Collins .lohn Scott llzxvid Follows Frances l"crg'uson Anita Green Jimmy Hicks Twillzl llosvy Donald lVlc'Cz1rtihy Sharon Patterson Larry Pfuhlvi' llonulcl Phoniviv Betty Ramvy llonnis Rismillor Fay Shi-uly Sue Tippin Ilwigrht Willforml Karon Zuolxst SEVENTH GRADE llouglns Bradshaw Ralph Brit-gel llaviil Vrum Kay llarr l'zxtrivia1 Follows Gerald F0l'2'llSUll lk-nnis Fikc Betty Gcissmaln Betty Ilivks Carol Long: William Mzlrquurt lCdwzxi'd vlVloCurthy .loyvv Osborn I.ziVon l'fzLhl0r llunivl Schwun Mary Snipes Betty Stix-ful Bert Thompson Margro Van Eertcn Pamela White Absent: Kzxthlvvn Watson iw' ""'Jw.Nm , . I W x f x GRADES 0NE T0 SIX ,...........-.........-..-......-..-..- N E . WA . HI 2. I- Z 2 FIFTH GRADE BACK ROW: Roy Ewing, Paul Dean, Jay Springer, Janet Frantz, Sandra Carrick, Dorothea Osborn, James Briegel, Riclhard Wilson, Kenneth Wolf, Mrs. Ruth VanOrsdall. FRONT ROW: Earlene Lemons, Leona Kraft, Joyce Hielher, Brenda Hicks, Imogene Collins, Patricia Rike. Absent: Frederick Ewing, Mrs. Atrel Cole. SIXTH GRADE TOP ROW: Duane Aichholz, David Cleland, Conrad Alspach, Bernhard Witzmann, Marvin Collins, Amos Collins. Ralph Ramey, Donald Kalb, Michael Shealy, Mrs. Ruth VanOrsdall. SECOND ROW: John Kraft, Kenneth Kark, Rolberta Green, Sandra Wilson, Mary Nicol, James Vanichek, Douglas Snipes. FRONT ROW: Betty Lou Ackerman, Mary Lou Klopfenstein, Sfhirley Strolhm, Mary Jo Ulmer, Constance Ferguson, Patricia Ferguson. Absent! Mrs. Atrcl Cole. FOURTH GRADE BACK ROW: Tommy Fellows, Dick Rike, Dennis Strohm, Eddy Jacobs, Michael Fike, Charles Ulmer, Miles Bradshaw, Burton Geissman, Gregzory Kibler, Larry McCarthy. MIDDLE ROW: Sara Alspach, Barbara Eicher, Eloise Wolf, Joyce Burky, Melanie Fike, Laudie Tuttle, Elaine Carrier, Susan Eekstein. FRONT ROW: Baiibara Snipes, Peggy Gardner, Glenda Shoup, Linda Shoup, Christine Collins, Betty Ewing. Absent: Richard Shealy, Mrs. Cole. THIRD GRADE BACK ROW: Richard Utz, Robert Dille, Michael McCarthy, Glen Crum, Robert Parker, Robert Johnson, David Tuttle, Michael Crum, Mrs. Leone Hall. MIDDLE ROW: Harold Frantz, Naomi Collins, Sonya Bradshaw, Harriet Minich, Shar- on Aichholz, Gail Rismiller. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Patterson, Janet Long, Helga Witzmann, Susan Farrell, Connie Vanichek, Bonnie Vanichek, ....-..-......-..-........-.........- N E . WA . HI ,E Z 1 SECOND GRADE BACK ROW: Johnny Hicks, Lynne Austin, Chris Fike, Jeffrey Minich, Kenneth Wil- liams, Larry Alspach, June Jacobs, Eric Kihler, Mrs. Schaaf. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Eckstein, Nancy Klofpfenstein, Pamela Bollinger, Kathleen Wilson, Linda Burky, Patricia Ecksitein, Judith Shealy, Ruth Ewing. FRONT ROW: Susan Springer, Blythe Friedley, Connie Henson, Peggy McCarthy, Jean Shealy, Carolyn Dean. FIRST GRADE BACK ROW: Jeffrey Higlh, Robert Geissman, Allan White, Richard Farrell, Rodney Auck, Charles Ferguson, Gerritt Van Eerten, Gene Parker, Michael Thomvp- son, Allen Eckstein, Billy Collins. MIDDLE ROW: Robert Sheldon, Peggy Eckstein, Debra Friedley, Evelyn White, Ruth Balclosser, Ellen Stricker, Glenn Crum. FRONT ROW: Carol Collins, Judy Ferguson, Judith Lynoh, Pamela Gardner, Linda McCarthy, Wilma Alspach, Sharon Tuttle. Aibsent: Kenneth Henson. io11 Cinchvs 3rd .vf'+-nfl' . A X X , P39 X X .Jeeigotfxwaf X 5959 + -ubf ate X v 0 2 Q jim! 'Q , I b D Q N' t Q FX .ek 7 af 3653 swag ' twgwx A L X 0 Pi ' :gf ' ' M l 1 H Fw ,,, .Q Mom mg ,,,.,.As uhm, NX, ' Q div ,M 1 M ' Q , Q A fy " 'Wa E5izfwv03iiiXX X ""nW? X x "y X YM fu' P , X951 0 " Jsgywliyffmnengi finwwfq ' - U-5 ., V Jzffl m -'A-E52 e , H X . X -X -, , X ' X . Slfxggmvafggjgggggf .wx Wthhixg a,R,,52inM3w,. NewXWa ' t0ll f 4 Bdifjssfzgfgfi iv w Y Q A 1-.ew ' 1 -. ' N' was tuese place X 1Nf'X , Xa wtf, e, u'f1'0l'l1-muy' fQw9'g6Q'.,,a ' Q',, H XX Q,-vzgiaf-ww qwyfgpe R000 F, "f01'l6ln4 Sulmgiggim Sl mlm:-R t new wr- X A rin ,pg 65 " .ymmq,,-+- qv M Xvmg ,MJ ' NQQILCCO? ' 1 over 1 21 times Wemep Q59 .fb .4 L00 nmded unvkm mwwwngo A. over I v. - at Whet 191 vegswf ,zu Wwe -in 8 , .hariiv mmgllmdeach of Hwmfbg? wig 'M' "' , 'gf' " "'3.,'g.,, 4,-am A fafgfpqm . 'LEJQQQEU "io wg g4f:u'w by 5 f' Q f , :- WBC X - - f R100 X .- umxg, 5 iinmxm in 1 'sm E b.. venaamk iamgf' X Q:-fexmv d Jf, 8 by 'U' ,h N5".3.cwn,.Xg,iet X 'ml ' Q ' 'ngyvygngy Nadine 57 .' Qffzfridam 8 Waf,,,,edu2duE2l5'4,""q o w inch we een H575 ' ' wr: Ixzfnfz bawm em-px g X 13fh sue- N D -M, 'Qqee xngwd fa umm, X' 1 L g W-0 0 M011 F,3'i,f'51,,'2'QX,,2:X:y,.,:, fu-533, Xwiq 'X X 351 M.. M3255-af me ,mivgm aw ,sm-iginaxw tw X 1353354 WWW 095 Xmyhw gm A cn- , wammpw mer mrcaeq wnmx. wh: scheduleiw me OWQQ -f.. ps- My bgen ' 1.-X,. -ff'-'f'5,.m,xwP'1',,,u1ffnR0 . ww ' , x -X 1efvL1lS,g',0fmxwPun- mm 'W 'fowl 'Wh 21 vm' M dw uf 4, xW:,,2 as haw'-mm -- Ygzamffw 1.m,:"s.s":.XX.:':,'., :::::'::: 'BWBWQ of gshmffaog fllqm Yqhfng ' ' - -,5 9099: ARY-lines-1Liber biggest X N - 5, -gg V If 8 no Know! me Wamgggewg? 'wi-J an Og , mf? We' b8'Yw'3a1-le?f'ing M5 img in 411- Xfmlf -Yxiifi smarts SWWD Nfhgggegswe clilrcher. V ton' x 29? .QM if ,Milf fijffn Yfgcxws-:aacXZ'g,.'fqf'K:?.,1 1 X 'mf gggfms siiiiwgoffoargguv fp ,nhur Ana.-av -4 . m"SQ"gQ,w wr- 'xiSi?3Zf.3 dagngf M lq-moyngi x'iX'2ge1 xwnevxisq x:a3dff,,...5-X y - "., 1 X -' ' gif' M I 'gum 'ihvif X HHS' Vai' WX .,,., 4.22 XX iawfigaavfem Fi N, ff?J'!,Z?l"" 'iff - H540 404-' xixi 1 .-.- S-4 . 'ni-9' wav '4 X -1 My 03 oi Q fvM'f-MO' 'mf 'Y ' M " g':fgX:v55x1'5wEIS 45335 ffm I " , ' ,X + 3 ,XXX Q1 S ' ...X 'km' . 4. a X 91' Y ' V f " - sew 'Mi' 5- NL: pla, - . il: 5 ffm. w xy , tag lm, X , on 'SJQZ1 Tu, mm 0 uf Qual? ' . ' W' v 5 Xl X sm M33 dffitn Q V ,glwgvtowgg ,mc N I li E X Q xy ffafwf- X - 'X X ' X 3 WY .mm I A go, - "I X X 'Y 1:6 B inbmwf -' X 00- 1' b ghx. va- ,. 'f 1 V ' ursqf 33? 1:Xv'?5iNmw fH fJ fx 'W Mm wise 2 fav I Z L - R k7 '7i,f x X H Q Xc- KAGFI 'by rmevia cizybgglvtj F ,v 1 fag Lg N 5 ! :Sl tw K ,adam Bi ESX, K 1 Qlxgx QgE?ClJ . ff ' aa H V A . W-W " 'gi f 1-Qi? ff ugghm if P- mf Vi ,gk A ' . o '-2 ' f E e f 8 mn Q hi s H 8 . 6 sw U ' F ' Ls QQ: , Aebvilie never A ' v-' U , ' . XM 1 k at aescg- A . 33 F M TX, ' K 4 led 0 i" ' we MQ 'M2e'e,,,wz'f"'Xq U' W A -. P fb Inn -J' X, wwqw me Q X . X L Q 1 ,X '41 "-cbd, ' .X we 6351 and 1. X X H1 X I X J .ivan af + 'iv . X- X . ,B, X P L 1 'f W' I 5504: Pam gm 1- ehool 1 M I x M4996 5 X . Q 3 - A made' 'ey Q06 Gif' wnrins Xl wiffnmd tonigu ww? . W buthis sp Q 6q,chan'm 'fda .Jer j',f'3',3-V-Q3 M wo . X scoring g'!ml, d , f' ye -1 .X .xg EQ 5 sf ' Q '13 2 X X I .56 A gf Y JS!" v X . ,5 aft -X ,g,u2,.X.Xh,.. ,p . 5: S, ov , K X X XXXX X XX rf 'fmmv Hlgh - I X SRI? 4'iH01f"m N wi. mx X -Y S905 tb 6 ommb-drum. G Ng K Q y 'gm'-fiChatf1elq tl? mg? Eafzzhe Q MS? it 'iion n ,X A f baske ex, 39 ei? mc! .E ax G a yegrs reco 0 wma, I t. 06 wg? '-584 ,, X +X E on ES , !q,y:5uh5 Emketggktfigglxgg 8 9'9X7 - q5PeKii h9e ,550 sg' bi i A k owl 72451 new www 5151 45? X5-Q' V wish vo "0 after Rig' ' N 'G at ' 1. S - nwx mm, 21945 3'-5'X4.w"' ' W' fide sammammnd. - K - 5:'..9.-:nl Q. X ,..x Q hx. V mee. e QB ,UV-Q Sf Sw rrday asf' 4,3 1, ,X at ocjoclt . 3 3.25334-3, ' 'afwQ3 FE? ' igt zmvtifwi' zf? gfg15'gg,3'57533 51L"iJ3,r'i'3'i'Il'LZ0Yi1?25'..f F 123 me S' gy 4' ff.,g ,gmt a f2'i?f5day's other consolation me Q 3 2 . g' ' gt Munn'-Zion loser at 7. Nm i " 'J gg , ' M ' .X w ., E5 S. H J. - 5 gg t W I ,Q xx - 'Z' . GN E N i 45- HES' f if "-H53 N if "'XX ' li' sg. Q - ,L - X N' , f ,., . : , 4,4 ug, t X 1 Q gym, , 5? 54' i' " ...ff .X 'X "" 1 -' 4A1i,XmwjNEf33ie,5'5emw. X ' V'-' ? 4 X .use 10:1 5 X . - J Q, Smf 54-Slswwtff . ,.. X ,kim -X .kb U ,X W. 'Xe fm ' 1 A Tv .Afszgw-53 5 XX V ki X . . YQ -'rg K ' n, X K X, X . mm.. 5 XX J B ",',f,'3?ii2'w Egggggfg '5 5g35"'effgx3f-mm",g11,,gwX,,.-ge" -32 i x e X i? gi X, X X mx8 ,,iJ 5 !X wu9WDQ1X 3:?2f.'7ggX Huang? 5 any ,qgfjfgm -mai-E55 'N' f-V 'Q y'13i2"'7fJie x , gem 3' 3' 5225 1, w....M,,.,'M"g 3 Xe Wading ' A -Ax 33" ' UN " WEEK ' ga sg x 'QW S- QP R-ummm ,W :T ,QM ANK' ' . l X ' X , g L A V iw l A A I H wi., -, .i,w?E 1 '- A ww-N551 X - X - - - M',.X -' - wwvMf' m2w2XsgX 3, .. - 5.13 XX.Xwfr g ga.,1e3.w,pqa :ofa lv: -Q Xl,,,,,,,,,g,,, 5. V , NN 4 4 U 5 3 ily E i g 525 Ag EE 5'-E E g . a .Q k 'wa gm H X . E N v- - 'E f X - X-XX WY P X X f.X X :A - f- '23-"'a' " Q X X Q W"-X12 2C'5""' gf '- .im a Quai' mg --I f-Xnffag' ' X FX - f Q i , 3 ., , rl J . I X If 'X X X 'X gs X Y - f 2 r. . ifhipg . A J H ,x.:'l1k, V Nw. X,f , Ha-X 7 . As k. NL, -X U . Y Dk, 5 V K I 5 , 4 x ' . 1 .5 . . Whff 3"wf'4""f- "' if ' Af?" ,ff K L' 'f'L aff b "-" X""f X tefff i V ' 2 A Q ' " AXV- Mount 7l0h Impressive ln 89 65 Conquest te: Li? - 1 ..,:r+"Z3ffZZ iki-xi' .. Hn tourney decision over Chatfxeld whxch the Indxans a berth m UPPG New Wastingbon s vnn set gem!-tina! scrap bs-tween the diana and Holmes Lxbertg st Tuesday Mt Zxon earned the semi-final spot for 'hxesdax lime when the Bulldog vg pose 'he vsmner of Saturdaw phur Sfprmgs ve Taro tusslq 'Ib' :assi ffm NA. ass oonsn5.LbO:l L25 941.55 -malt nu' llrai: 'oo Libei cons +:iu-up-ggi:-us: 711: . ' In up-:ci N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N E - WA - Hl 1+ SCCDRES OF VARSITY GAMES Attica ...., Whetstone . . . Shlloh ........ .... Sulphur Springs Tlro ........... . . . North Robinson Mt. Zion ..... Whetstone . . . Lykens . . . Nevada ......... . . . North Robinson Tiro . ....... . Sulphur Springs Plymouth ....... .... Leesville . . . Mt. Zion . .. Chatfield . . . Lykens ..... HolmesLiberty - A Tournament North Robinson Chatfield ..... HolmesLibe1'ty . . . . . . . Whetstone . . . Mt. Zion Greenwich . . . Sulphur Springs . . . .... 10-1 87 61 65 61 80 70 77 54 65 61 73 62 71 66 33 60 57 63 0 57 58 86 62 66 68 74 4..-.................-..-..-..-.. ..... - N E - W A - H I L: - 1 I 1- 14. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING: Coach Robey, Jim Ehres-man, Don Tippin, Charles Evans, Allen Heydinger, James Kc-hi cs, Russell Ehrman, Manager Wililam Briegel. KNEELING: Roger Ackerman, Paul Fike, Danny Kcihres, Robert Sturic-r, Bill Kaple. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Roberta Osborn, Barbara Rothschild, Diane Fike. ti I +19-nun-gl-ul1nr1rn-In-In 1111-- --- N - - H I nur:-up-u1cu:ou N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S. N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S N.W.H.S SCORES OF RESERVE GAMES Attica .... Wh etstone . . Shlloh ........ Sulphur Springs Tiro ..... North Robinson Mt. Zion ...... Whetstone . . . Lykens .... Nevada ...... North Robinson Tiro ......... Sulphur Springs Plymouth ..... Leesville . . Mt. Zion Chatfield . . . Lykens ...... Holmes-Liberty +.-..- - -..-.-..-.. .----- - N E - WA - H I -- 4 RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING: Coach Frank Robey, Calvin McCarthy, Danny Kchrcs, .lamvs Ncdolasl, Sam lloscy Roger Ackerman, Tommy Kaple, Manager William Bricgcl. KNEELING: Kenneth Stmler, Dick Ackerman, Larry Kimmel, Ronald Ferguson, Paul Iliobc-1-. ABSENT: David Snyder. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Marlene llosey, Barbara VanOrsdall, Dolores Mason. illinu-ll-ul-ullunln-uun-ulu:ulu-uv-lm:ll1lncu-ln- N E q n H I -ot 1:7117 7 Y irixilflf 1+ INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL SKETCHES PAUL FIKE fThe Clutch Playerj-Chosen twice "All Ohio, All Crawford County and All Area." Possessor of a phenomenal jump shot and strong on the boards. Undoubtedly the best this school has produced. Will be sorely missed when a basket is needed to win. ALLEN HEYDINGER fThe Rebounderl-When right, there were none better. Lead- ing rebounder and second in individual scoring. "Second Team All Crawford County." Could use him again. WILLIAM KAPLE fThe Driverj-Good floor man, and drives nicely. Will improve and score more next year by making fewer mistakes. CHARLES EVANS fThe Postj-Improved rapidly after having not played last year. Big and hard to move on the boards. Could give us good scoring inside next year. RUSSELL EHRMAN fThe Feederl-Scored little but set up many by his ball hand- ling and screening for the guards. JAMES KEHRES 1The Hustler!-First year out and really showed good promise of being a leading candidate for next year's team. JAMES EHRESMAN fThe Shouterj-Enjoyed himself and a good person to try and discourage the opposition by his good natured shouting. DAN KEHRES QThe Foul Shooterl-Good rebounder for his size and a deadly foul shooter. Hit sixteen consecutive fouls in a game which will stand for some time. DON TIPPIN fThe Spiritl-Whether or not he played was not important to him, as long as he was a member of the team. Will be missed for his spirit and determi- nation. ROGER ACKERMAN CThe Kidj-Will never be a great scorer but a good rebounder for his size, and a steady ball handler. Only a Sophomore will improve and play a great deal before graduating. ROBERT STUDER CThe Jumper-I-Can jump higher than most big men. Excellent rebounder and a steady ball player. FRANK ROBEY, Coach +-------k---------- - ---------M N E - WA . 1-il - I . .+ JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL STANDING: Coach Herman Hershbergrer, Dwight Willford, James Hicks, Dennis Rismiller, Larrv Pfahler, Donald Phenicie, Davi-d Fellows, Dennis Fike, Edward McCarthy, John Scott. A KNEELING: Gerald Ferguson, David Crum, Donald McCarthy, Paul Aichholz, Daniel Scfhwan, Bert Thompson, Ralph Brieigel, Douglas Bradshaw, William lMarquart. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Anita Green, Karen Zaebst, Yvonne Pfahler, Kay Darr. +---f---:jf - -:ZH-----:A N E-WA-H1 -I 1+ F. F. A. BASKETBALL STANDING: Coach Roibert Studer, Harold Stockmaster, Ed Pifher, Gerald Nedolast, Charles Kalb Clem Kanney, Coach Russell Ehrman. KNEELING: Wilbur Preen, Melvin Slhell, John Staicklin, Charles Pifher, Jim Siesel, Jerome Meyers Allison Shel. :: - 1,1 11 4 :Y 1 :Y : :-:inn NE-wA-H1 -A ----+ BASEBALL TEAM BACK ROW: 'llhomas Ka-ple, John Stacklin, Melvin Sihell, Robert Studer, Paul Fike, Dan Kehres, Russell Ehrman, Kenneth Studer, Allison Shell. SEOOND ROW: Coaoh Frank Roibey, Roger Ackerman, Ronald Bishop, Allen Hey- diniger, Jim Kehres, Dick Ackerman, Larry Kimmel, Manager William Brie- gel. FRONT ROW: Clem Kanney, Bill Kaple, Charles Kalb, Don Tippin, Jim Ehresfman. TRACK TEAM STANLDING: Nonbert Donnersbach, Allen Heydinger, Ed Piiher. KNEELING: Clem Kanney, Charles Hicks, Paul Fike. Absent: Carl Pifher. NE-WA-HI Future secretaries? 7 ? Studying! together, as usual. Muscles, girls, muscles. How did he get in there? A homer! Moving day. Track trophy. Futura- Farmers? Sl 10 ll 12 13 14 i 15 Ili This time we're quiet, Mr. Cummins Eberwine, is this a class?'?'T Remember your diets! History teacher, Mr. Rolhey. The beginning of a star. Ours!! Sadie! Sadie! Ring! and Vicki. .-..-..-..-..-.i-..-...-..-..,-..,- 1,.. - . .. - . . - N E - W A - H I -......-..-..-..-............................-..,. CHOIR l AVK ROW: Paul lliolwr, llflllilllfl Bishop, Rugrer Rcttigr, Dick Ac'kvrnian, Robert, Studvr. .lov l'ii'hvr, Alla-n lloydiiigw-i', Jim Kehrvs, Danny Kvhrvs, Russell Ehrman, Roger Ackerman, Kvnny Niv- clvrniivr, Melvin Shall, John vQI'llCl'lUli. IIIIRD ROW: Doloros Mason, Janive Bechtvl, Roberta Osborn, Patricia Gcissinan, Kathy Karl, liar- liara VanOrsdall, Dianv Fiko, Anna Mario Kimmol, Barbara Rothschild, Marilyn Kark, .lulzlith McCarthy, Ollia Rainey. SEVOND ROW: Director Miss Fra-da Loyvi. Sue Rrvis, Connie- Klille'nbaug'h, Ruth Snipes. Ann Yanka. .Ian Darr, Diana Anlqnvy, Dmis Luc-ius. QONT ROW: Ire-no Stroliin, Shorryl Evlisil-in, Nlarlvnc Hosvy, Linda Alt, Ann Smith, Ros:-lyn liric- gzvl, 'l'lwre-sa Fzu-tli, Mary Pauly. BAND I!-XVK ROW: Diana Anknvy, David Schwan, Varol Long, Anita Grcun, Sue H1-vis, Karon Zan-list, Rugzvr Avkvrman, Dvlhcrta Anknvy, Kay Darr, Paul Aichholz, Thomas Clark. QONT ROW: Paul llivilu-i', David Crum, Dwight Willford, Robvrta Oshorn, Ed Mm'Carthy. Larry Pfalilor, Dennis Fikv. ARSENT: 'Thomas llovlwi'-rl. -..........-....,,-.,.-..- .... N E-WA. HI I GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BACK ROW: Irene Strohm, Connie Millenbaugrh, Sue Bevis, Evelyn Mason, Martha Ne-dolast, Mary Ann Kimmel, Marilyn Wenzliek, Mary Ann Kaple, Carol Shank, Kathy Karl, Ann Kimmel, Arlene Pifher. Kathleen Hosangt, Delherla Ankney, Ollia Ramey, Carolyn Faeth. THIRD ROW: Carina Heydinger, Loretta Trucks, Joanne Faeth. Patricia Geissman, Barbara VanOrsdall, Janice Bechtel, Diane Fike, Barbara Rothschild, Mari- lyn Kark, Mary Pauly, Roberta Osborn, Margaret Wurm. SECOND ROW: Betty Pitzen, Sherryl Eekstein, Madeline Ulmer, Ruth Snipes, Ann Yanka, Jana Darr, Diana Ankney. Clarabelle Staeklin, Doris Lucius, Judith McCarthy. FIRST ROW: Dolores Mason, Marlene llosey, Linda Alt, Ann Smith, Roselyn Briegel, Theresa Faelh, Sandra Wolfe, Dolores Karl. Absent: Sharon Steigerwalt, Nancy Heydinzer. BOYS' GLEE CLUB BACK ROW: John Vianiehek, Melvin Shell, Dick Ackerman, Robert Studer, Jin, Kehres, Dan Kehres, Russell Ehrman, Joe Pifiher, Roger Ackerman, Thomas Flark, Thomas Kaple, Kenneth Niedermier. FRONT ROW: Harry Aiehholz, Kenneth Studer, Paul llieher, Aeeompanist Diane Fike, Roger Rettig, Donald Bishop, Allison Shell. -..-..........- .. -...- N E - WA . H 1 ... JUNIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Linda Alt, Delberta Ankney, Bavbara VanOr'sdall, Diane Fike Ann Smith. SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Dolores Mason, Marlene Hosey, Diana Ankney, Doris Lucius Connie Millenbaugh. ....-.. .------- ---- NE-WA-1-ll 4 F. F. A. RACK ROW: Harry Aichholz, Kennet-h Studer, Kenneth Nienlermier, John Stzwklin, Joe Pifher, James Paylor, Gerald Nedolast, Ed Pifher, Jim Ne-dolast, Calvin Mc- Carthy, Dick Ackerman, Melvin Shell, Ronald Ferguson, Paul Hielmer, Jake Pitzen Robert Lucius. MIUIJLE ROW: Charles Pifher, Wilbur Green, Alan Cramer, Noifhert Donnersbuch Robert Stufder, Allen Heydingger, Carl Pifher, Harold Stockmaster, Daryl Phenicie, Clem Kanney, Jim Siesel, Thomas McCarthy, Allison Shell. FRONT ROW: Dan Kehres, Jim Ehresman, Russell Ehrman, Paul Eberwine, .lim Kehres, Charles Kalb, Jerome Meyers. PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE TEAM BACK ROW: Paul llieber, Ronald Ferguson, Jim Ehresman, Dan Kehres, Melvin Shell. FRONT ROW: Russell Ehrman, E11 Pifhvr, Charles Kalb, Jim Kehres. s n 1.-lp------. ----1111 - :: :: -::xx::r,Jtxni1Q G. A. A. BACK ROW: Janice Bechtel, Dolores Mason, Kathleen llosang, Diana Ankney, Mar- lene Ho:-zey, Pat Geissman, Mary Ann Kimmel, Gertrude Gaeth, Helen Nicdermier, Doris Lucius, Mary Pauly, Enid EL-kstein, Roberta Osborn, Connie Millenbaugh. MIDDLE ROW: Ruth Snipes, Lois Snipes, Ollia Ramey, Carma Heydinger, Loretta Trucks, Kathy Karl, Barbara Van0rsdall, Marilyn Wenzlick, Mary Ann Kaple, Joanne Faeth, Margaret Wurm, Claiabelle Stacklin, Ann Yanka, Janet. Badert- seher, Theresa Faeth. FRONT ROW: Dolores Karl, Carolyn Faeth, Lucille Hiler, Evelyn Mason, Sha-rryl Eck- stein, Sandra Wolfe, Ann Smith, Betty Pitzen, Sue Ilevis, Velma Snipes, Madeline Ulmer. WIGWAM STAFF STANDING: Advisor Eula Brown, Barbara VanOrsdall, Ollia Ramey, Dolores Mason. Theresa Faeth, Enid Eckstein, William Briegfel, Ralph Briegel. SEATED: Mary Ann Kaple, Diana Ankney, Maiy Pauly, Marlene Hosey. ..--..-.. ...... .-..,- NE.wA.1-11 -..Cnilix i 3 I Z STUDENT COUNCIL HANK ROW: Douglas Iirzulslmw, lVIm'y Pauly, Hill Kaplo, I'z1ul Film, Dun Kvhros, C41 vin lVlc'C':11'thy. l"RON'I' ROVV: She-1-ryl Evkstvin, Ba1'l1ai'z1 Vz1nOrsrlall, Rir-hard Nicol, Ann Yzmkzl. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY RACK RONV: WVilliz1m Briugel, Don Tippin, Paul Fiko, Ann Yanlizl. FRONT ROW: Enid IC:-kstcin, Gvrtruflo Faeth, Ollizx Rzlmoy, Ann Smith. -l------------------------- NE-WA-HI CLASS PLAYS Junior Play "JUST ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY' Ronald Beaumont, a typical business man ................. Laura Beaumont, his impetuous and impulsive wife ........ Vicki Beaumont, their daughter, who is all of fourteen .... Olive Beaumont, another daughter ...................... Mrs. Elmer Delamar iBelindaJ, who lives next door ....... Elmer Delamar, Belinda's meek and mild-mannered husband Mrs. John Beasley CMarthaJ, a hardworking woman ....... Bing Beasley, Martha's precocious young son .............. Morse Trevor, a wealthy young man .............. Emily Trevor, his attractive young wife . . . Geneva Johnson, Emily's maid ............. Wister Ferriday, an important business man . . . Blythe Ferriday, his pretty young daughter ............... .. Charles Kalb . . Gertrude Faeth . . . . . Marlene Hosey . . . . Mary A. Kimmel . . . Diana Ankney . . . . . . Russell Ehrman . . . . Doris Lucius . . . Enver Wolfe ..... . Don Tippin . . . . . . Theresa Faeth Judith McCarthy . . . James Ehresman . . . . . Dolores Mason Josephine Steiner, a newspaper reporter ..................... Helen Niedermier Christine Mannox fChrisJ, head of the Superfine Drug Company . . . Mary M. Pauly Myron Crosley, a former suitor of Emily's .................... Amanda Armstrong, Laura's efficient secretary ......... Directed by Mrs. Eula Brown Senior Play "GRANDMA'S BEST YEARS" Mrs. Abbott, the mother ........................... .... Sadie, the maid .................. .. Joyce Abbott, the oldest daughter .... Marion Abbott, the younger daughter . . . Dottie Morgan, Marion's best friend . . . Willie Abbott, the son ............. Shorty, Willie's side-kick .......... Jim Meyerson, Joyce's beau ........... Gram, about 65, wiry and full of life . . . Patch, a professional crook .......... Mabel, his wife ..................... Bubbles, their gum chewing daughter . . . Mrs. Carlson, a society matron ........ Miss Quelch, a skinny Spinster ...... Edwin Carlson, Mrs. Carlson's son .................. Cousin Oscar, a middle-aged man ..................... Directed by Mrs. Eula Brown . . . . . Richard Nicol .. . Enid Eckstein . . . . . Enid Eckstein Connie Millenbaugh . Mary Ann Kimmel . . . . Theresa Faeth . . . Dolores Mason Don Tippin . . . . . Melvin Shell . . Allen Heydinger Diana Ankney . . . Enver Wolfe . . . . . . Mary Pauly Marlene Hosey . Helen Niedermier Judy McCarthy .. . Russell Ehrman . . James Ehresman .1n'1un.-..1...-..1......1 1.1 ... .1 -vw' . :fs X., 10. 'G 1. Our Prom theme. 2. The Dynamoes. 55. Robey and Liz. -1. Dick and Theresa. 5. Mrs. Brown. 6. Louie and Guess Who T. Dun and Mary. 52' -7 Mar and Clam. Find the rest of this picturm Ruth and Paul. The Maids and Hutlers. Mary Ann. Eat, drink, and he merry! A natural pose. K -5 -- -- -- -- -- NE-WA-HI -I 5 -- 1955 - 1956 Mardi Gras Quee fp' 'Ex 5.4 Mm, J Xm! 1 Mary Ann Kimmel :Pl -1+-:aa -:via :fra N E - WA - H I 1956 - 1957 Mardi Gras Quee r GN' 'B x, Mm, J X3 If Barbara Rothschild :141n10xQ -- ia- NE-WA-HI -1 i- - I Homecoming . , Roberta Osborn, Anna Marie Kimmel, Mary Ann Kimmel, Dolores Mason Barbara Rothschild, Queen Made for eaclh other?? Rear view. What a purr-r-r-ty belt! Jump-Jump with all your might! A hard choice. S-s-s-s-smack! A winning smile. Where's the veil, Mary Ann?'? Speak louder! Lovely decorations. Allen and Bill are waiting, girls Million dollar smiles. Wow! Those legs. Why look so glum, Russell? Two of the best. What a handsome couple! Who's your admirer? +t:l1x:.:z: stil xi: ::Y.: I: I :gtk nl 1 I I I 'I I I I : I 'I I Q CLASS OF 1883 Louise Kibler .... . . . Tillie lGuissJ Carr E. J. Moody ...... S. L. French ...... A. H. Schwemley .. Henry Aaras ..... J. R. Miller .... D. L. Cummins Elmer Robison . .. CLASS OF 1884 Hattie I Wert J Helfrick .......... Edith lSpaythl Bloom .... '4. ALUMNI J. F. Klmerline, Supt. .. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Deceased Deceased . . . Deceased . . . Deceased . . . Deceased . . . Deceased . . . Deceased Deceased . Klmerline, Supi. . ...... Deceased Tifhn, O. Katie QLantzJ Mader ............... Deceased Maggie lDonnenwirthJ Shallenberger ..... Deceased M. 0. Guiss ....................... .. Deceased L. D. Willford ............... . .... . . . Deceased A. F. High .... . ....... Deceased CLASS OF 1885 Myrtle fSampsonl Brisbane Ida lSampsonl Quaintanee W. F. Buchman ........... Frank Derr . .......... .. J. I. Smith ..... CLASS OF 1886 Amanda U-Iighl Siefert A. E. Guthrie .......... P. F. Studer . .... A. F. Sheibley CLASS OF 1887 Maud QCatlinj Craig .. G. H. Seitter ........ F. H. Flickinger ...... CLASS OF 1888-1889 C. F. Vollmer ........ G. W. Sheets ....... C. E. Kimerline .. A. A. DeR.oche CLASS OF 1890 Kittie fReshJ Blanchard ...... Fannie Trego ............. . Nellie iPowersl Rininger C. F. Hammer ............... J. 1. Mahon ................. W. A, Leonhart ................ Fairy 4ScottJ lKimerlineb Rettig Ethie 1GuissJ Derr ............. CLASS OF 1891 Regina Alt .............. Kate lAschbacherl Loyer . . . . .. Daisy CSeitterJ Brown .... Re ina Bechtel Sheible a I J Y A. E. Loyer ............. C. Fred Vollmer ........... .... CLASS OF 1892-1893 Ella Lederer ................... Mayme 1Donnenwirthl Hart E. P. Strohm .............. John Partridge .......... L. P. Uhl ..... J. A. Aaras .... F. A. Kimerline .. CLASS OF 1894 Emma lSheetzJ Belser .... Matilda Richner ......... Maud 1Kimerlinej Shea Rosena lWhitcumj Vollmer Sherman Scott ............ Fred Siefert ............. Martin Schiska .. Edward Shell . Kimerllne, Supl. . Morenci, Mich. .. . .. Deceased . . . . . . Deceased . . . Deceased . . . . . . . Deceased F. Kimerline, Supt. Deceased Deceased Deceased Deceased F. Kimerline, Supt. Deceased . . . . .. . Deceased . . . . . . . Deceased F. Klmerline, Supt. Deceased Deceased Deceased Deceased F. Kimerline, Supt. . ....... Deceased Deceased . Bellvue, Wash. . . . . . Deceased . . . . Deceased . . . . Deceased . . . . . . . Deceased . . . . . . . Deceased F. Kimerline, Supt. Deceased Deceased .. Springfield, 0. . . . . . Deceased . . . . Deceased Deceased . Kimerline, it Deceased . . . . . Marion, 0. . . . Deceased . . . . . Deceased Deceased .. .. .. . Deceased . . . New Washington, O. J. F. Kimerline, Supt. Ann Arbor, Mich. . ........ Deceased . . . ...... Toledo, O. . . . Deceased . . Deceased . . Deceased . . Deceased . . . Deceased CLASS OF 1895 J. F. Kimerline, Supl. Millie lDonnenwirthJ Kibler ............. Deceased Lettie lMahonJ Bloom ...... . . . Deceased Blanche 1Pughb Brown . ...... . . Deceased Bertha isexauerl Cronenwith . . . . . Deceased Andrew Cramer ............. . . Deceased P. F. Lantz ............... ...... Deceased Joseph Uhl ....... ........... D eceascd George Aschbacher . . ............. Deceased A. G. Kibler ....... . . . New Washington, 0. F. H. Spillette .......................... Deceased CLASS OF 1896 H. H. Frazier, Supt., Lakeland, Fla. Mary lCumminsJ Albright .............. Deceased Maud fEndslowJ Blaine .................. Deceased Matilda Puchta ....... . . . . . . Deceased Frances iForquerJ Pifher . . . . . Tiro, O. Lottie lSeitterl Jenkins .. .... Deceased Ida Kimerline .......... .. . Toledo, O. Ross Carlisle ......... . . Deceased Paul Schllinger, Rev. . . .......... Deceased CLASS OF 1897 H. H. Frazier, Supt. Lenora lPughl Lindsay . . ..... . ..... . . Deceased Mayme ILucasl Lucas . . ............ Newark, 0. Dorcas fScottl Wynn . . . . . Colorado Springs, Colo. Otis Grafmiller ....... Charles Morrow ..... Mansfield, O. Deceased Wilbur Lucas ....... Deceased Charles Guiss . . . . . . B. C. Endslow .. La Mesa, Calif. Deceased CLASS OF 1898 H. H. Frazier, Supt. Erma 1Pnghl Lederer .... ....... Monetta lltichnerl Kline Arthur Cronenberger ..... Detroit, Mich. Deceased Deceased CLASS OF 1899 H. H. Frazier, Supl. Odeal fMillerJ Mirtz .................... Deceased Celeste fMillerJ Hessberger ............. Toledo, 0. Louise Schwaderer ........... New Washington, O. Milton Kibler ............ William Lederer . . . Cornelius Miller . . Deceased . ......... Deceased ..........Toledo.0. CLASS OF 1900 H. H. Frazier, Supt. Clara lSchoefterJ Michelfelder .......... Bexley, O. Mae fKellerJ Rock .................. Cleveland, 0. Warren Guiss ............ . ............ . Deceased CLASS OF 1901 E. N. Lloyd, Supt., Dec'd. Maud lGuissJ Grau .. ........... La Mesa. Calif. Edward Aschbacher .. ........... Wilmette, Ill. Herbert Baker ..... ....... A lma, Neb. William Clady .... . . . Frank Nejedley . . . Sylvester Kibler . . . Earl Leininger . . . Walter Muth . . . CLASS OF 1902 Gate City, Fla. . . . Tehachapi. Calif. Deceased Mexico Deceased D. E. Black, Supl. Luetta II-Iarterl Schafstall .............. Deceased Jennie M. Kimerline .......... New Washington, 0. Cora Biggs ............. .. ........... Deceased Clara lSchieB'erJ Williams .. ........ Willard, 0. John Baker ............. ....... K enton, 0. Harvey Hosler ......... .......... D eceased CLASS OF 1903 D. E. Black, Supt. Clemence Kibler ........ .......... D eceased Orlando Siefert ............ . . . Deceased Frances fMcKeanJ Wert . .. .... . ..... Tiffin, 0. Rose flioslerl Jackson ..... ............ D eceased Gusta fTobinl Holbrook ................ Deceased Ida. lKiblerl Cronau ...... . . . New Washington, O. Senate Pugh ........... ............. D eceased Charles Heydinger .. . New Washington, 0. Henry Kark ........ ........... D eceased Albert Aschbacher . . . .......... Deceased Frank Kemp ....... .. Deceased ' wr- -,,,v1r-1-v-...af-... .-. v .. -'w . .,.,f rg-AL. ,- QLYIY: :: :: -MY.: sc 1, ,. .V .::YW:: N E n - H I sq : 1: W D11 D11 .YI I ' 1 ss, CLASS OF 1904 D. E. Black, Supt. CLASS OF 1911 A. E. Robinson, Supt. Lottie Mae Kem McClelland . Tiffin, O. 1 pl .......... Dee Ora Lee lCarrothersJ Wagner ......... Tiro, 0. Wilhelmina lMohrholU Siefert . . New Washington, 0. Flossie lSpilletteJ Miller ..... John Geissman ............. .. Toledo, 0. . ......... Deceased Logan Pugh .......... .. New Washington, 0. William Huber .. ........... Deceased CLASS OF 1905 D. E. Black, Supl. Dorothy lVollmerl McClaskey ............ Deceased Elnora lAckermanl lLedererl Kibler.New Washington Otis Bear ............................ Leipsic, O. Es tella lLedererl Ass enheimer ........... Deceased Frank Geiger ................ Sylvester Skert .... ......... CLASS OF 1906 Eva Hageman ......... Dawn lShipmanJ Beers .. Kathryn tBurgerJ Miller .. . F Olivia lBurgerl Kuebler .. Frank Bechtel .......... . . Clyde Martin ......... CLASS OF 1907 . Nora 1Knodelb Langyahr ..... Lelia U-ioslerb Strandborg .. Hattie fBargerh Piper .... Minnie lCory3 Rogers ....... Florence lsiefertl Lindsay .... Carrie lMartin7 Powell .... . Sylvia U-Ioslerl Moore Ralph Knodel ......... Clarence Ott ........ Frank Young ...... Welty Hires ......... Harry Martin ......... Sylvester Michelfelder New Washington, O. New Washington, 0. . G. Bittikofer, Supl. East Lansing, Mich. ...... . Bucyrus, 0. Marion, 0. New Washington, O. Tiffin, O. New Washington, 0. Deceased F. G. Bittikoler, Supt. Attica, 0. .... .. Wellington, 0. . . . . . . Granville, O. Marion, O. Toledo, 0. . New Washington, O. . . . . . . Elkhart, Ind. . . . ...... Deceased Deceased . . . . . . . Delphos, O. ..........Lima,0. . Fairview Park, 0. Deceased Alvah Siefert ......... ........... D eceased CLASS OF 1908 F. G. Bittlkoler, Supt. Ursula 1BurgerJ Fruehstorfer ....... Mansfield, 0. Minetta fBaumgartnerJ Green ........... Deceased Ida 1BroseD Michelfelder ...... Ione lSmithJ McKee .......... Mildred lschwartzl Pugh ..... Julia fMahll Karl ........ . Mae lKihlerl Milligan ...... Susanna U-Iagemanl Kinsey .. Verona lBishopJ Kleinfelter . Lillian lMcKeel Martin .... Laura Seitter .... ........ New Washington, 0. . . . Beaver Falls, Pa. Lima, 0. New Washington, 0. Attica, 0. Tiffin, 0. . . Deceased Akron, O. .. Dec s Harry Green .......... . . Aaron Green .. Ray Loudon .... John A. Sheetz . .. Clemence Miller ..........,.. Charles Scott .............. Clemence Geiger . .......... .. Florence lKlbler7 Michelfelder eaed New Washington, 0. Lima, 0. Unknown Deceased . . . Alhambra, Calif. Deceased . . . . . . Cleveland, O. . . . . Wadsworth. 0. culss or mos r. c. ssuumfef, sum. Edith tDeRochel Reichhard Shelby, O. Flora fSteinlel Seidell ........ Patronilla fWechterb Alt .. . Irene lCarsonl Kempton . .. Sara lBrosel Bellville . . . A nes Karl Youn U I J g . . . Glenn O. Ackerman .... . Clarence Lyons ...... . Carl High ........ Julius Burger ....... Edward Heydinger .. CLASS OF 1910 Hazel iSiefertl Hayes .. Marie Q1-lighl Neagel .... Esther Stoutenour ........ Frederica lBrosel Walker Celeste CAngeneJ Clem .... Irving Geissman ... ..... . Floyd Sponseller , ..... Orin Pfahler ...... Charles McKillip .. George Lucas .. . George Knodel .. New Washington, 0. New Washington. 0. . . . . . . Cleveland, O. Unknown Deceased New Washington, O. . . . . . Greenwich, 0. . . . . . . . Detroit, Mich. . Kansas City, Kans. Toledo, O. F . G. Bittikofer, Supt. Findlay, 0. . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. . . . . . . . Deceased . . . Loveland, Colo. . . . . Bucyrus, 0. Sturgis, Mich. . . . . Bucyrus, O. . . . . Shelby, 0. . . Altoona, Pa. .. . Akron, 0. . . Deceased Lavina lBrosel Barth ......... New Washington Elva QTiltonJ Pauley .... Christine Siefert . . . . . New Washington New Washington 0. . 0. . 0. Louise 4SchwemleyD Baumgartner Cridersvllle, 0. . . . .......... L. Blanche Scherer ..L ..................... Dece ed Clara Uianneyl Kline Minnie Uieihertshausenb Herr . . . ...... Attica, Richard Geiger ............... . . . Mansfield. William Mitchner ..................... Willard, Alphonse Heydinger ..... Jesse Baumgartner, Rev. . Walter Michelfelder ..... John Souders ......... Albert Bittikofer .. Carl Shipman ........... Victor Willacker ..... . . . . Rose lBurger7 Geiger Norwalk, O. 0. 0. 0. . ........ Zanesiield, O. . . . . . . . . . . Cridersville, 0. . . . New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Billings, Mont. . . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. . . . 1 Akron, 0. . . . . . . Deceased . . . . . . Cleveland, O. Monetta 1Leonhartl Rinker ................ Hawaii CLASS OF 1912 A. E. Rohindon, Supl. Lottie lHeitzmanJ Green ............ Lexington, 0. Zola lldeitzmanl Jones .. Deceased Charlotte firemen Shipman' ............. Akron, o. Mendel Lash ................... Manhattan, Kans. Paul Schwemley ........ Leon Shell ...... CLASS OF 1913 Ethel Krouse ............. Helen 1Williamsl Lahm .. Marlon, 0. . . . New Washington, 0. Smith, Supt. Tiro, U. . . . . Columbus, 0. Pearl lBenderl Nims ................ Ashtabula, 0. Clara iUlmerJ Norris .................... Tiro, 0. CLASS OF 1914 J. W. McNutt, Supt., Dec'd. Leona lBarnesJ Good ............... . . . Toledo, 0. Pearl ilirausel Lutz ................. Bucyrus, O. Stella lDoescherD Sponseller .... Bucyrus, O. Helen lFrenchl Lamb ........ .. Rocky River, 0. Carrie Fritzinger ........... ..... D ayton, O. Ruth Shively .......... .... T oledo, 0. Esther Smith .......... . .... Deceased Florence fsmithb Herr ..... .......... D ecelled Laura fTownsendl Pugh ................ Shelby. O. Mary 1Ulmery Holzhausen Youngstown, O. Evelyn Gforndranl McCarthy .I Washington, 0. Clyde Cans .......................... . . Waldemar Doescher ..... Paul Knodel ....... Earl Mitchener Irvin Utz ....... CLASS OF 1915 Deceased . . . ...... Columbus. 0. Deceased . Bellevue, 0. Washington, D. C. J. W. McNutt, Supt. Katie Heydinger ....................... Toledo, -O. Vera 1LoudonJ Stockwell . Gertrude lMillerJ Kibler . .. Buenos Aires, Argentina Gallon, 0. Florence iMillsJ Schultz ............ Toledo, O. Mary fSheetzl Merriles .. Otto Bishop ........... Daniel Brose ......... Hobart Nye ...... Russell Morrow ........ Dale Springer ........... California . . New Washington, 0. Adna, Wash. . . . New Washington. O. Mansfield, 0. . . New Washington. O. Frederick Schmidt ........ ........ C hlealo, lll. Mary fSchwemleyJ Fritz .. Carl Geiger ............ CLASS OF 1918 Bertha lFisherJ Bishop .. Edna fMarquartl Smeltz . Lois Cory .............. Attica, 0. Deceased J. W. McNutt, Supl. . .. New Washington. O. Attica, 0. Shelby, 0. Magdalene 1Fritzingerb Maloney I ..... . . . Stuart, Fla. Freda Loyer ............ Helen lDeislerJ DeRoche . Haide lDeislerJ Brause . . . ....... . . . . Jacob Rothschild ........ Russell High .... .... . . George Kraft .... Leland Bechtel ........ Lester Utz ............. . . . . . New Washington, 0. . . . . . New Washington, O. Deceased ..... .. Bucyrus, O. . . . . . . Springfield, 0. Deceased .. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. William Schnarenberger ......... Chatlield, 0. Clarence Bauer ....... . . Bucyrus, 0. Clark Green ................. New Cumberland, Pa. CLASS OF 1917 Florence lFrenchl Werner P. J. Foltz, Supt., Hudson, O. Akron. 0. Emma fKiblerJ Clark .................. Shelby, 0. Lucille 1UtzJ Gibbs ..... Minna iWillackerl Promen Cleveland. 0. schenkel ...... Toledo, 0. Qilisc :-st I Wzfxiz' :W 1: .1 :: un- N E - - Joseph Reynolds . . . Sylvester Steinle . . . Firmin Deltoche ..... . . .. . . . . Springfield, 0. Akron, 0. New Washington, 0. Elwood Carpenter ...................... Deceased Charles Lucas .......... New Washington, O. Floyd Magsig .... Medicine Hat, Alberta. Canada CLASS OF 1918 Statia lBarthl Petche .. Constance ilzlrownl Reynolds .. P. J. Foltz, Supt. . . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. . . . . . . Springfield 0. Sara lWertJ fStinchcombJ Strain .... Springfield: 0. Dorothy lArnoldJ Hall ....... Doris fDerrJ Schaeffer ....... Helen fFlegmJ Knapp .. . . . ..... Bryan, O. . . ..... Kent O. . . . . Shelbyl o. Lulu iScottJ Morton ..... .......... S helby, 0. Janice 1Taylorl Hilborn .. ............. Tiro. O. Ona iFralickl Smith .... Gertrude KAIU Bishop .. Akron, 0. New Washington, 0. Mary 1Coryl Hart ....... ............. S helby, 0. Emma 1HighJ Springer . New Washington, O. Margaret lUhlJ Rauth ............ Deceased Daniel Arnold ......... Carl Briegel .......... Milton High ..... Ferdinand High .. William Layer . . . John Aschbacher .. Joseph Yanks .... CLASS OF 1919 Cornelius Alt ............ Igerna iBarthJ Phelan ..,.. Helen fBenderJ Voorhees Cyrus Brose ........... Grace Uirownl Patterson Bucyrus, O. . . . . . . .. Butler, Ind. Albuquerque, N. Mex. . . . . . . . Columbus, O. Toledo, 0. Shelby, O. New Washington, O. P. J. Foltz, Supt. .. Ridgewood, N. J. . . . . Chatfield, 0. .. Gates Mills, 0. Lebanon. Ind. Toledo, 0. Helen 1CarpenterJ Coder .. ........... Deceased Esther iDeilmanl Schultz .. Sacramento, Calif. Robert Donaldson ....... ......... 0 xford, 0. Mary French ............ ...... Y oungstown, O. Eva 1Hasslerl Ross .. George Schwan ...... George Schwemley . . . Grace Wilson ....... Rose iYankal Rall CLASS OF 1920 Myrtle 1Carisl Gardner . Cortland Davis ......... Lester Fisher ........ Leon Hassler . . . Anna Kessler ........ Ralph Nei! ............ Amos Rothschild ....... Shelby, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . Mansfield. 0. Deceased P. J. Foltz, Supt. Bucyrus, 0. Tiro. 0. Bucyrus, 0. New Washington, O. Tiro, 0. Bucyrus, 0. Toledo.0. Mildred lShealyl Hoehn .......... Rochester, N. Y. Aaron Shealy .......... Carl Siefert ........... Edna Ulmer .... CLASS OF 1921 Lucille 1Bordnerl Kaiser Eleanor iBrownJ Taylor . New Washington, O. Deceased New Washington, O. P. J. Foltz, Supt. . . . . . Tacoma, Wash. Abingdon Va Pearl fBrownl IWalimirel' Mansiield, O: Marietta lDonaldsonJ Brown ....... Oxford, 0. Helen lFikel Rothschild Donald Hassler ............. Dorothy iKiblerl Schuler Kathryn lKiblerl Fisher Valorous Smith .......... Gordon Spillette ........ Gilbert Uhl ...... CLASS OF 1922 Estella lAltJ Patchin .. Naomi 4Brosel Foltz ...... . Elsa iDoescherl Schieber . . . . . . Toledo, O. . . . Shelby, 0. . . . . Deceased Bucyrus, 0. Attica. 0. . . . . . Barberton, O. .. South Bend, Ind. P. J. Foltz, Supt. Deceased Peninsula. 0. Bucyrus, O. Elsie Eckstein ................ New Washington, O. Odeal 1Fikel Hildebrand ...... Bertha iFryl Springer .. Elsie fGablel Watts .... John Hildebrand ...... Fred Jacob ........ Clarence Kark ........... Wade Kimerline ........ Beatrice lLoyerl Lomax .......... Maplewood, N. Bertha lMusselmanJ Hutchinson ........ Willard Margie QNyel lSchafstalll Zumbach .... Bucyrus Marie Rothschild ...................... Lykens, Walter Schnarrenberger ............... Chattleld, Charles Schwemley ..... Toledo,O. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. .33 z 38? 555 -rsff5' P9999 9 Bucyrus ::: 1 O I G 2. Q4 9 YI 2. F0 O 5' D Fl fb 'I ID 2. SE s O 'I 9 3 . P9999 Carey, Hlf.::: :rw YIIIJQ Mabel fShoupJ High ...... Roberta iSpringerl Eckstein Mildred' 1Strikerl Alexander Columbus. 0. . . . New Washington, 0. Deceased Pearl QUlmerl Bickel ........... Priest River, Idaho CLASS OF 1923 , Richard Alt .............. Martha iAlspachl Vogel Arthur Bittikofer ......... P. J. Foltz. Supt. . . . . . Beverly. Mass. . .......... Akron, 0. Deceased Graydon Bordner ............. New Washington, 0. Helen fliordnerl Straussberger .... Coldwater, Mich. Freda IBrownl Lent ................ Cleveland, O. Russell Carpenter .- .................... Willard, 0. Esther French ........ Herbert High .......... Beatrice QKiblerl Wise Helen 1UlmerJ Eckstein Wade Utz .............. Vera fWilcoxl Garrett .... Bernadine Cwilcoxl White . . . . New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Douglas. Ariz. . . . . . Wellston, Mich. . . . . Cleveland, 0. Deceased . . . . . . . . Detroit, Mich. . . . New Washington, 0. George Willacker ............. New Washington, 0. Marcus Willacker ........ CLASS OF 1924 Ruth KDoescherJ Bowers .. Martha ll-Iighl Harmon Mary fJacobl McNutt ..... . Mansfield. O. J. D. McKinley, Supl. . . . . . . Princeton, N. J. .. . . . . . . Iiarpster, 0. .. . . San Diego, Calif. Clyde McKillip .............. . . . New Orleans, La. Florence iRothschildl Resh Helen iRothschildl Gossman Fern Shafer ................ Inez lShafferJ Shader ..... Gerald Sheibley ....... David Siefert ......... Bertha 1Uhll Higdon ...... CLASS OF 1925 . ......... Tlllln, 0. . . . .... Cleveland. 0. . .. . Deceased . . Plymouth, 0. Fostoria. 0. Tifiin.0. South Fort Mitchell. Ky. J. D. McKinley, Supl. Mildred iFergusonl Nye .... .. New Washington, 0. Evaline II-Iartlel Lucas New Washington, U. Ruth lHigbl Van0rsdall .. Irvin Bittikofer ........ Oliver Mohrhofl' ....... CLASS OF 1926 New Washington, 0. Willard. 0. . . . New Washington, 0. J. D. McKinley, Supt. Marjorie IAlspachl U-Ieckmanb Smith.New Haven, O. Ruth 1Donaldsonl Eckstein .... New Washington, 0. George Eckstein .............. New Washington, O. Caroline fFergusonl Lash ............. Bucyrus, 0. Florin Harrer ............ . . . New Washington, 0. Gladys iFetzerl Miller Edith Uacobl Hincr ..... Mansfield, 0. Ashland, O. Miriam Kibler ............. ...... C leveland, O. Ruth QKimerlinel Kielfer Seguin, Texas Yvonne lLedererl Candow ........... Cleveland, 0. Agnes IMaull I-Iarrer ......... New Washington, O Josephine fPessefalll Kesteloot .......... Deceased Ralph Riley . . . .......... . . Shelby, 0. Evelyn iRothlehildl Geissman .. New Washington, 0. Georgia 1ShaHerl Striker ............... Shelby, 0. Mildred Siefert ............. ...... C leveland, 0. Marion Smalley ........... Elaine 1Spillettel Milligan . Gilbert Stacklin ........... Thelma lToblnJ McKillip .. . . . Grand Saline, Texas . ..... Lansing, Mich. Deceased . New Orleans, La. Frances iYankal Dow ..... ' . ........ Carey. 0. Orlxn Ulmer ............. Charles Willacker ...... CLASS OF 1927 Jerome Alt ............ Alice flleersl Kreider .... Pauline fDeRochel Pyers .. Canton, O. Galion, O. A. D. Asklns, Supt. .. . . . . . Sidney, N. Y. . . . . . . . Okemos, Mich. . . . . Cuyahoga Falls, 0. Mildred I-Iassler ............ .......... D eceased Dorothy llieydingerb Ernst . . . . . . Cincinnati, Ohio Bernard Kaple .............. Ontario, Canada Stanley Kennard .......... Phineas Luyer ....... ,.... Erla Mae 1Rileyl Lamneck Pauline fRobyl Preston Martha istuderl Norris .. Harold Ulmer ........... Robert Wechter ....... Margaret Wenzlick .. CLASS OF 1928 Eldon Ackerman .......... ...... Marion, 0. .. . Ferndale. Mich. . . ....... Mansheld, O. Londonderry, N. H. Shelby, 0. . . . . South America . . . . . Plymouth, 0. Deceased A. D. Askins, Supl. New Washington, O. Naomi QBeardl Nagel ................... Attica, 0. Gertrude fCramerJ Pittinger ........ Iowa City, Iowu Bernadette fFetzerl Lysinger . . ....... Shelby, 0. Alyce iFikel Morton ........ . . . Crestline. O. .. . Noblesville, Ind. .. ,E-5nm,..wf?. Lulu 1Harrerl Hieber .... .. Thelma U-Iendell Loyer . . Earl Heydinger ........... Evelyn 1HildebrandJ Rusk .. Grace Uacobi Covington .. Donald Kibler ........ .... . . Eunice lliibleri Alt ......... .. Alberta fKimerlinel Creager .. Jacob Lederer ................. New NE-WA-HI Washington, U. Ferndale, Mich. .. Reading, Pa. . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. New . . . . . Deceased Washington. 0. . . . Sidney, N. Y. Akron,O. Norwalk, 0. Tampa, Fla. . Port Huron, Mich. Lena KSmithJ Neuman ................. Willard, 0. Ruth fVorndranl Steigerwalt New Washington, O. William Nye .................. Henrietta lPessefallJ Schoenberg John Yanks ........................ Cleveland, O. CLASS OF 1929 H. L. Miller, Supt., Dec'd. Basil Alt ............................ Ottoville, 0. Clementine 1AltJ Rudrick ............ Mansfield, 0. Evelyn iBordneri Purcell ...... Fairview, O. Frances 1BurgerJ Mielcarek .......... Cleveland, O. Kenneth Cummins ............ New Washington, O. Gertrude fEcksteinl Stephenson ......... Attica, 0. Esther lEcksteinl Schaeffer ........... Tiro, O. Lester Ferguson ............... . . . Baytown, Texas Harold Kalb .............. . . New Washington, 0. Herman Kimmel ....... . Gladys IMayJ Smaltz ..... Vella lMayl Karl . ....... .. Madeline 1MiIlerl White ...... Bernice iMohrhofi'l Brokaw Gertrude iPagelJ Bocher .... Ardis ilteichardi Farrell . . . Marcella KShellJ Durnwald .... Edith lUlmerl KCandeIl Darrow. Eva IUlmerl Bradshaw ........ Doris 1WeaverD Patterson ..... Richard Wechter .......... CLASS OF 1930 Beatrice Alt .................. Ruth Biber ....... ........... Bernice 4BrownJ Murphy ..... Genevieve 1Colel Alt ...... Rowena Derr ............. Martha Eckstein ........... Miriam 1Ecksteini Watson .. Maurice Fike . ,... ........... Fern 1GeissmanJ Gottfried ..... Herbert Harrer .............. Lucille Heydinger ..... . . . . . Delores fKapleJ Uhl . . . .. Albert Knodel ....... Edna Maul ......... . . Mae tllaulb Kark .... Do le Ott Monroe, Mich. . . . . . . . Bucyrus, 0. . . . Crestline, 0. .. Greenwich, 0. ... Marion, 0. . . . . . . Mansfield, 0. . . . Bucyrus, 0. Helen ilftehmanb Keller .... ...... .. South Gate, Calif. Miriam lkobyi Carpenter ............ Milford, N. H. . . . Bloomville, Ohio . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. .. . . .. Sandusky, 0. H. L. Miller, Supt. . . . . . Dubuque, Iowa New Washington, 0. .... Bucyrus, 0. y ......................... Martha lkothschildl 4FrostJ Michener Charles Sage ...................... Mercedes Sheibley ............ Margaret Steiger ............. Geneva Istephensl Ferguson Martha KStrikerl Blessing ...... Marie iStrohmi Schanzenbach .. Herman Uhl , ................. Ruth lwillfordi Sage ....... CLASS OF 1931 Adolph Aschbacher ..... . . . Marion Alspach ..,........ . . . Mary lAltl Wasserman ..... . .. . . . Catherine Ulechteli Stacklin Bernard Bur er g .......... Martha 1Championi Keeler ......... Robert Cummins ............. Weldon Darr ................. Leon Elmlinger ....... . . Frederick Fike ........ Virgil Hershiser .......... Arabella lKarkD Hines ........ Dorothy lKahlerl Forsman Dorothy lLewisJ Ward ..... Ellsworth Maul ........... Tiro, O. . Detroit, Mich. Columbus. O. .. Columbus, 0. .. . . . . Cleveland, O. . . . . . . Bucyrus, 0. New Washington, 0. Toledo, O. .. . . . .. Bucyrus, 0. . . . . Wilmington, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. . . Wooster, 0. . .. Lykens, 0. Willard, 0. Akron, 0. New Washington, O. . . . . Baytown, Texas . . . . . . . Bucyrus, O. New Washinxton, 0. . . . . . Cincinnati, O. Willard. 0. H. L. Miller, Supt. New Philadelphia, O. Tiro, 0. . . . . Toledo. O. New Washington, O. . . . . . Deceased . . . . Shelby, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. Galion, 0. . . . Willard, 0. New Washington, O. Florida Isabella lKarki Myers . ..,....... .. .. . Richland, Wash. . Denver, Colo. . . Birmingham, Ala. Thelma Weldon Weldon Walter Ethel 1 Bertha 1Nyei Roszman Nye ............ Shut: ......... Siefert ........... Smith! Evans ...... . . . 1SmithJ Niedermier ..... ....... Bellevue, 0. Tiro, 0. ...... Columbus. 0. New Washington, 0. . . Culver City, Calif. New Washington. 0 William Snay ............. .......... S helby. 0. Helen lWeisl Zink ........ Luetta iZaebstl Farrell . . . Orthella lZaebsti Pfahler . . . CLASS OF 1932 Donald Ackerman ........ . .......... Dayton Ronald Aichholz .......... . . New Washington, Weldon Bittikofer .......... Mary lStuderi Odenwalder . . . Mansfield, O. Tiro, O. Toledo, 0. F F 5 5 5 va 1: 1: 2' 999 5 O U .gzfmzfgsgsss 1 5701-v Q -15"-1 ...lf mr,-5 0-.mo :Ii-1m :W-19 na -v',1,..,q0 A-+:.r m am:g,2.'l1t,- '4 fu ,mo 'Pl f'f0:r:r o,,.u-u"e- :Ef2,"':' 3Nf.7"l'l g'UU'2'VS'- :Eiga 155-to-:s'2.5 ,:,'c m-18:-:wget .uV'2,'., 3 2. 1.7312-U":::5 .-..g:gZ:-.- :Ig-,pgg :IQ 22532221212 .-avf-'QIIQ I-" .-'ljf3,.., -. IZ.-:ji 3 Lfffffffff 23.5121315411 1o::ss1's2'-s- ,g. aljogl-:Q ' gi 255- 2-rg:-an ...... ...m... 53--1333053335 3' gzsssisosa- ??.:'P?2:-sfiszf I 9999992.99999 Fulton, . . . . . Indianapolis. Ind. Darlene 4Walimirel Cummins .. New Washington, O. CLASS OF 1933 H. L. Millar, Supt. Louis Alt ................ ....... D ubuque, Iowa Harold Bechtel ............... New Washington, O. Elizabeth 1BechtelJ Pifher Freda fBittikoferi Still .... . Helen 1BittikoferD Taylor Naomi 1Doescherl Phillips Clarence Eckstein ......... John Ferguson .......... Tiro, 0. . . Upper Sandusky. 0. . . . . . . . . Crestline, O. . . . . . Greenfield, 0. Bucyrus, 0. Deceased Warren Fike .. New Washington, O. Earl Harrer ........... .. New Washington, 0. Evelyn Hendel .......... Deceased Ruth il-Ieydingeri Fitch .............. Plymouth. 0. Loretta lHoehnJ Bishop ..... Anna Belle Uacobl lWilsoni M . . . . . . . . Mansfield, 0. cBrien .San Diego, Cal. Stanley Johnston ...... . ............ Greenwich. O. Martina 1Kaplei Shackelford .... Baldwin Park, Calif. Gerald Maul ................ Dorothy lRhodesl Pitzen . .. Paul Sage ................ . Piqus,O. Tiro,0. ... . . . .. Momence, Ill. Marie iShelli Foos ........... New Washington, O. Treva lSmithJ Howbert ........... Arlington, Calif. Emma lStephensJ Besancon .. Alice lTobini Pfahler ...... . . . . Mlllford. Mich. Bucyrus, O. Eugene Wechter .......... ........... S helby, O. Thomas Wenzlick ............. New Washington, 0. Miriam iwillackerj Trainer ...... Hot Springs, Ark. Vincent Wurm ...... ....... Mary lZinki Hanes ....... CLASS OF 1934 Phyllis lAckermani Dietrick . Tillin, 0. Chattleld, 0. H. L. Miller, Supl. Bucyrus, 0. Helen Alt ...... ...................... . . . Tiro, O. Joseph Alt ................... New Washington, O. Erskine Atha .......... Helen lBeardi Selby . Dundee. O. Mansfield, O. Wilbur Bechstein ........ . . . South Lyons, Mich. Marie iBechtelb Supon Marcella Blum .......... . . . . . . . . . Crestline. O. . . . . . . . . Cleveland, O. Arthur Burger ............ .. New Washington, O. Mildred KCramerl Burger .. . Tiro, O. John Cronau .................... Indianapolis, Ind. William Derr ................ Anna lEcksteinl Bogan ................ Shelby, Dorothy fElmlingerl Willacker Beatrice lErvinl Kibler ....... New Washington, Henry Fetzer ......................... Shelby, Vida fGreenb Shank .... Clement Heydinger ...... Lucile IHoehnb Hartman .. Gertrude 1Karli Clay .... .. New Washington, Margaret lKarli Lang Esther fliaipplyi Frank . Pleasant Ridge, Mich. O. Gallon,O. 0. 0. '1'iro,0. Shelby, 0. Shelby, California ., ..... Mansfield. 0. Mildred iMaulJ Caldwell .... .'...,. .... Detroit, Mich. Arlene lNighD Nye ......... Freda fNyeJ Lybarger ....... . .i ....... Tampa. Fla. Sh by,O. nnfoehy lPfahlerl Kalb ....... Nswvvviihlnfion, o. Birdine fltettigb Alt .......... New Washington, O. Bertha lSchwadererb Langjahr Wilma lShoupl Kalb ........ Ruth fsteitlerl Caudell ...... Wilbur Studer ......... Joseph Studer ........ CLASS OF 1935 Betty fAui Kessler ........ Henrietta QAltl Esselburn Frederick Rechstein ....... . . New Washington, 0. Chattield, O. Shelby. O. Tiro, 0. H. L. Miller, Supt. Gallon, O. . . . . . Mansfield. O. Sandusky, 0. -1---e.e.f.--re--9. -A - Ns-WA-H1 MliryHfBechtelJ Nedolast .. .. New Washington, 0. Alberta Blum ............. ...... . . Cleveland, 0. Arthur Ferguson ........ .. New Washington, O. Margie lGardnerb Mills . . . ........... Deceased Willa fGibsonJ Pederson . ...... Mansfield, 0. Glenn Haas ............ ....... P lymouth, 0. Viola Qlieydngerb Karl .... .............. T iro, O. Delores U-Iilerl Kaple ......... New Washington, O. Homer Jacob ................. New Washington, 0. Alberta IKahlerl Sharpless .......... Celeryville, 0. Robert Karl ........................ Plymouth, O. Donald Leonhart .....,........... Marion, 0. Josephine lMillerl Brimacombe .......... Toledo, O. Eugene Rowland . .......... .......... C restline, 0. Hope lSchafstallJ Fike ........ New Washington, O. Richard Sheibley ............. New Washington, O. Pauline fSiefertl Pargeon ............. Bucyrus, 0. Earl Smith ....................... ..... L ima, 0. Esther QStrohm7 Uohansenl Drew ..... Bucyrus, O. Helen QStuderl Yosick ........ New Washington, O. Dawson Swisher ....................... Shelby, 0. John Wurm ......... ............. D eceased CLASS OF 1936 J. 5. Barrington, Supt. Kathryn CAIU Wenzlick .. New Washington, O. Helen lBurkyJ Strohm .... . . New Washington, O. Helen lBurgerJ Kaple ......... New Washington, 0. Lucile lCoderl Heydinger ...... New Washington, 0. Paul Elmlinger .................... El Cerito, Calif. Rolland Friedley .............. New Washington, 0. Estaleen fGeissmanJ McCammon .... ...... T iro, 0. Bertha Uieydingerl Karl ............ Plymouth, O. Helen II-Ieydingerb Young .............. Shelby, 0. Cofoid High .................. New Washington, 0. Naomi fKleinfelterJ Scheuffler ...... . Cleveland, 0. Wilbur Kalb ................. New Washington, 0. Charles Lufitz ................ New Washington, 0. Orletta lI.uidhardtb Bevis .,... New Washington, 0. Miriam Meyers- ........................ Celina, 0. Genevieve lMohrhofU Leonhart ......... Marion, O. Cornelius Nedolast ...................... Tiffin, O. Dorothy lRehmanJ Studer ..... New Washington, O. Frances lSchillJ Bashore . ......,... Shelby, 0. Jacob Shaffer ........... ..... .... S h iloh 0. Vera 1Shutz! Weinlander . Walter Studer .......... Paul Wenzlick .......... Mary lWillfordl Schaaf .. . New Boston, Mlich. New Dorothy lYoungl Kreim ....... New CLASS OF 1937 Gladys 1AuckD Pfahler John Barrington ......... Joanne.lBishopl Burger . Francis Blum ........... Virginia 1Colel Fike Paul Fike ............. Isabell fFisherJ Brown .. Luetta lFryl Salyer Glen Green ............. Wilbur Hershiser ........ New .. .. New .. New .. New .. New .... Tiffin, 0. Washington, O. Attica, 0. Washington, O. J. S. Barrington, Supt. Washington, O. . . . New York. N. Y. Washington, O. Washington, O. Washington, O. Washington, 0. . Mansfield . Gertrude flloehnl Bishop . . . . New John Kaple ............. Agnes lKarll Delarber . .. Louis Karl ............. Esther 1KraftD Merrill Melba 1Kraf'tJ Clark Halden Maul ............ Ralph McCarthy ......... Kathryn lNedolastl Thomas ........ Ervin Pfahler ............. Francis Powell .......... Florence 'fReichhardJ Rowland ' Gerald Riedel ................ ..... Willis Rowland .......... Robert Schwaderer ....... Anna Marie lSchilll Enders . .. Paul Sheibley ........... Helen lSiefertb Kilbourne Alta fSpringerl Carrier .... .. Proctor Steele ............... Urban Studer ........... Ruth 1WechterJ Hazelwood. , 0 Seaside, Calif. - . New Mexico . ....... .... A ttica, 0. Washington, O. . . New Washington, O. Tiro, O. Tiro, 0. . . . . . Columbus 0. Shelby, 0. . ......... Mansfield, 0. . . . . . New Washington, 0. ..... Tiffin, 0. Deceased Tiro, 0. . . . . . Lucas, 0. .. Crestline, O. Bucyrus, 0. . New Washington, O. Galion,0. . New Washington O. Rita Weithman .............. CLASS OF 1938 Eunice 1Barthl Schaeffer Frances Bechtel ...... . . . Adele lCramerJ Darrah .. Bernadette lCramerl Hipp Maxine lErvinl fGardnerJ Smith .. Collinsville, Conn. . New Washington, 0. . . . . Shiloh, 0. . New Washington, 0. .... Shelby, 0. . . . . . Deceased J. S. Barrington, Supt. . . Alma, Mich. Tiffin, O. . Cleveland. 0. .. Norwalk. 0. . . . Shelby, 0. Randolph Fetzer ....... Mildred fFikeJ Fleming . . Owen Fike .............. Dorothy lFryJ Simmons Deceased .. . Birmingham, Ala. . . New Washington, 0 . . . . . . Holyoke, Mass. Lois fHarrerJ Lutz ....... .......... B ucyrus, 0. Martha ll-Iendell White ....... New Washington, 0. Margaret U-lertzerb Young Esther KI-Ieydingerb Ohl . Rita 1Heydinger? Studer George Jacob ........... William Kahler ......... Mary lKanneyl Rowland . Bernadine Karl .......... Eylene lKiblerJ Surrey .. Betty lLufitz7 Mowry Mary 1PowellJ Pfahler Wayne Riedel ........... Rosina 1Studerl Wagner . Doris fStutzmanJ Knapp . Albert Tanberg .......... George Uhl ............ Marcella Young . . . CLASS OF 1939 Anna Mae lAltl Studer .... Margaret CAltl Reynolds . Paul Alt .... ............ Myron Darr ............ Rose lEberll Kintz . .. Charles Ervin .... .. Robert Geiger ..... Paul Geissman .. Morris Gossman . .. Frederick Hendel .... Jane QI-iighl Dickey .. Eugene Johnston . . . Joan lKapleb Ervin Emma fMinichl 0m.wake .............. Chatfield, Elnora Schwaderer ............ New Washington Ivan Shealy ................. New Washington, Eugene Wurm . . ......... . . . . CLASS OF 1940 Martha Alt Jo ce C J y . . . Neil Ankney ............ Arduf Berger ...........,... Dorothy lBurgerl Curren ............ Cleveland, Dwight Coder .............. Roberta lFryl Beehner .. Harry Ferguson ....... Donald Heydinger ....... Leo Karl ................. Herbert Kraft ......... .... Arlene fKeplingerJ Clayton Mae Paylor ............... Ruth 1PowellJ O'Neill ...... Wanda Pugh .......... Doris iShealyl Strohm Richard Shoup ......... Eunice lsiefertl Long .. Grover Tobin ........ CLASS OF 1941 Wilma lAckermanJ Rowland Doris fAltl Kaple ............ New Washington, ...........She1by, . . . Upper Sandusky, Edward Karl ............................ Tiro .. New Washington, Shelby, 0. Attica, 0. . . . . . . lansiield, 0. . . San Diego, Calif. . . . . . Miami, Fla. . . . . Crestline, 0. .. . . Bucyrus, 0. Cleveland, 0. Tiffin, 0. . . Omaha, Nebr. . . . . Toledo. 0. .. Fremont. 0. .. . Elyria, 0. . . . . . Deceased . . Harvey, Ill. Tiffin, 0. J. S. Barrington, Supf. Shelby,0. T1ro,0. Crestline, 0. .. Mt. Vernon. Wash. . . . . . . . . . Cleveland. O. . . Upper Sandusky, 0. . . . . ... Mansfield, 0. U fl G Q ' 2 Q 99a Galion, St. Marys Mansfield 3 5 '1 '4 E Z 0 1 P 5 N 2. I '4 I ff 3 5. 5 59999 2523 26? .ga ,,: ,heal-Q S A egg 5m C-1" QE rn c 52: :env .. ... '51 .-F1 .G Q.: .N - ... .-5' .'fD -"1 ..-1 ,.-1 ZII YD.. g.. sw. av... wc ao? :Eg 51- o:: 59? 9999 9 l'l4'!10?'4D zwsrfo 5952552 mflin -ew- v1 mmm:- mm,..m.4 .-.0 5: S'G2AA m2'f'-img ... 5 5. ...-sau H g.g.sg p:"::' 5. ' VIE. aZ555S g-E1':fb .525- 9:2-QE 9.-g'-13. 2 -Izziz :.m0-0 .jiiji 1:5525 '.mm-I gaggng 155552 5' oooo FFDBFP 99999999 ' I - 5-' Z" .-za ff, ' U in few: me-'li' :r'o?q 5222.3 EPP? o :ECMA ' I9 : m51 FF? . ........ Grafton, U ru ea m Q - S A99999 Norwalk. Mansfield Shelby, .. Bowling Green, Ky. . New Washington Nevada. E? gs .5 EET 55 '53 P? . 99999 99 Arlene fMarquartj Friedley . Ruth fMeyersl Fike ....... George Michelfelder ........ Rosemary QNiedermierl Kraft .. New Washington New Washington, . . . . . . . . Holdrege, Neb. .. New Washington, . . . New Washington. . OO zQ 0 . 12. 551 W m Zia 5:9 SE: PF? 999 9' lf' m I 1 1 I I IO 0 P w S 9r 99 Bucyrus, . Nancy lBarringtonJ Michael ......... Cleveland, . Robert Berger . ......... . . Edward Bishop ........... Vernice CBrillhartl Peters Rita lEberlJ Savage ....... Betty lFikeJ Beal ....... Wanda U-Iarrerj Kurtz .. Raymond Heydinger ...... Mary J. IJacobJ Gettings .. James Kaple ............. Kathryn fKarlJ Forrester .. OOO fzfj .m.. ziz. .. :SEI Q . . 'wg' 039 :r 5559552 -, swam-rg. Ego-mmm -,ooU'2..'!.: P'FF"5P'P'F' 9999999 . . . . New Washington, . . . . . . . . Cleveland. . . . . . . Carruthers, . WWF'nmweeweeenengage?mngawnaggngnynnenenwemenwawwnwemaenwenaensggg: fm . , , M 5 A sa1n- -in-nr-Q11 I In-ar :ln-011+ Leona fKraftJ Pollock .. .......... Bucyrus, 0. Jeanette lLetterhosl Friedman . .. Newfoundland Karl Maul ............. . . . Doris fMillerJ VanHorn .. Jeanette 4Riedell Parker . Rush lSchillJ sukols ..... ' ' ' Miriam fShealyJ Yaussy .. John Shell ........ ....... Frederick Steiger ........ Jarlath Studer ........... Louis Studer .................. Yvonne 1Tanbergl Norwell ..... Aldora fTobinl Wechter .... Franklin Wechter .......... New Washington, 0. Deceased New Washington, 0. ...... Plymouth, 0. . . . . . . . Bucyrus, O. . . . . . Deceased . . Garfield, N. J. Galion. 0. . . . . . . Mansfield, 0. . Bowling Green, 0. . . . . . Oak Lawn, Ill. . . . . . Oak Lawn, Ill. Jeanette lWurmJ Nevius ................ Tiffin, O. CLASS OF l942 J. Dorothy lAnkneyl Ealy .. Betty Jane fAuckJ Long Robert Barth ............ Paul Bechtel ........... . . . Richard Bechtel ....... Mary fBishopJ Berger .. Raymond Blum ........ . . . Alice 1BurgerJ Blum . .. .. . Lester Eckstein . . ..... Mary fGeigerl Studer . . . . . . . . . Vera fl-Ieydingerl Clady ....... Betty Lou Nacobl Carroll ...... Evangeline tKaplel Fisher . . . . . Doris Qlieplingerl Kraft Walter Kreim, Jr. ...... . Mary fLufltzJ Wolf .... Robert Marquart ......... John Meyers .............. Florence lNedolastl Kalb S. Barrington, Supt. Kenton, 0. . . . . . . . Bucyrus, 0. . . . . . . Denver, Colo. New Washington, 0. Lima, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Bucyrus, 0. . . . . . . Mansfield, O. New Washington, O. . . . . . . Cleveland, O. New Washington, O. Sulphur Springs, 0. . . . . . . Cleveland, O. . . Waukesha. Wis. Wadsworth, 0. Attica, 0. .. . . . . . Bucyrus, O. . Los Angeles, Calif. Joseph Niedermier ............. Vivian QNiedermierl Morton ....... . .... Galion, O. Clyde Siefert .............. Lillian fStrohml McDougal .. Cornelius Studer ........... Robert Suver .......... . . Martha lwolfeb Smith CLASS OF 1943 J. Bertha fAckermanl Auck ...... Georgia QAltl Mahoney . Alma fBechtell Long .... Rudolph Berger, Jr. . . . . . . Eugene Bishop ......... . Alfred Blum ............. . Audra fBordnerl Jacobs . .. Doyle Coder .............. . Beatrice QCramerl Clouse Agnes fDonnersbachJ Reber . Dolores 1EberlJ Weaver ...... Irvin Fike .............. . . Ellsworth Friedley .... Betty Green ..... . . . Robert Harrer .... . Robert Kessler ............. Sidney Kibler .............. Marshfield, Wis. . . . . . Plymouth, 0. Shelby, 0. Dayton, 0. . Columbia City, Ind. S. Barrington, Sup K. New Washington, O. . . . . . Bristol, Conn. New Washington, O. Toledo, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. . . . . . . . Bellevue, O. . . . . . Bloomville, O. . . . . Shelby, O. Tiro. 0. . . . . . . Cleveland, O. Carson City, Mich. Anna Marie lKrebsl Hageman. H James Kreim ................. Phyllis Maul ............... Peter Miller ....... . . . Elmer Minich ....... Bernard Niedermier . . Willard Peck ......... Winona tPinel Fritz Edward Powell, Jr. . .. Calmer Riedel .......... . Bertha fShelll Kanney ...... New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. . . . . La Junta, Colo. . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . Detroit. Mich. Toledo. 0. New Washington, O. . . . . St. Stephen, 0. ..... .. Bucyrus, 0. . . . . New London, O. . . . . .. Mansfield, 0. . . . . . . . Wadsworth, O. Donald Siefert ................ Germaine lsteinmetzl Stevens Catherine fWechterl Pauly .. Doris lWechterl Caporini ...... George Weith man ........ Urban Wu rm ........... Norbert Young . .. CLASS OF 1944 Bertha fAltJ Weaver Joe Tom Barrington ..... Joan fBurgerJ Long ...... . James Cronau ............. Marcia lDeRocheJ Palmer .. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. Willard, O. New Washington, 0. Shelby, 0. Deceased New Washington. 0. Tiro. 0. J. S. Barrington, Supt. Shelby, O. Margaret Dorrance ....... . . . Richard Green ................ Rosemary fl-Iertzerl Mayer .. Margaret Uacobl Bolin .... Shirley 1Kraftl Stover .... . . . Kansas City. Mo. . . . . . . Cleveland, 0. New Washington, U. . . . . . Phoenix, Ariz. Toledo. O. New Washington. 0. . . . . Kenmore. N. Y. . . . . . . Cleveland. 0. ..... Tiffin. 0. Dorothy lMichelfelderJ Kelter .. Alice fMillenbaughl Young ..... Freda fNiedermierJ Coder ...... Ruth lPaulyJ Sheibley .... .. Dorothy fPresslerl Miller .. .. Carol lSchafstalll Pry .... .. Kenneth Shealy .............. Frederick Siefert ....................... Martha lStockmasterl Pressler .. Mildred 1StuderJ Suver ........ Russell Suver ................ CLASS OF 1945 J. Kenneth Auck ............ . . . Gallon, 0. Tiro. 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. Shelby, 0. Shelby, 0. New Washington, 0. Deceased ....... Bucyrus, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. S. Barrington, Supt. New Washington, O. Ann lliechtely Rotterdam ............... Toledo. U. Gerald Bechtel ................ Robert Bishop ................ Willard. 0. New Washington, 0. Lonnie Clark .............. Y ..... Henderson, Ky. Ellen CEcksteinl Ankney Marjorie lGreenl Teynor ..... Vincent Karl ............. Robert Krebs ............. . . . Elizabeth Letterhos ........ Doral fMarquartJ Richards Jean fMaull Till ......... . .. . . . . . . Mansfield. 0. New Washington, 0. Tiro. O. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Denver, Colo. Dayton, 0. Shelby, 0. Kenneth Mills ............ ......... D en ver, Colo. Charles Niedermier ....... .. Leona tNighl Gearhart . . . . . Anna fShelll Ruffing .......... Dale Springer, Jr. ........ . . . . Joanne Steinmetz ........... New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. .... . .. Bellevue, O. New Washington, O. Willard, 0. Mildred fStockmasterl Wurm Washington, 0. Arlene lStuderl Heydinger .... John Paul Utz ............... Alice Wechter ............ .... Janice iwechterl Stump .. .. Darlene fZinkJ Shafer .. . . .. CLASS OF 1946 J. Margaret lBluml Ferazza . .. .. Yvonne fClelandl Clark ....... . Eileen lDurnwaldl Kempf ...... Emerson Eckstein ........ .. Elton Ehrman .......... . . . Clinton Friedley, Jr. ..... . . Kenneth Hassler ....... Ruth fHertzerb Kramer Arden High ............ . . . New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. Tiffin. 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Chatiield, 0. S. Barrington, Supt. . Shaker Heights, O. . . . . Henderson, Ky. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . Columbus, 0. . . . . . . Columbus, 0. Tiffin, 0. New Washington, 0. Joan Uacobl Sturgill .......... Toledo, 0. Arlene fKaplel Walliser .. .. Ruth KKehresl Rice ..... . .. Jean lKesslerl Ridenour .. .. Gene Kreim .................. Bertha iLetterhosl Wilson ..... Attica, 0. .. ...... Willard, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . Maywood, Calif. Janet fLucasJ Lowry .............. Midland, Mich. Janice fMaulJ Aumand ................. Shelby, O. Joanne 1NiedermierJ Heydinger ......... Shelby, 0. Margaret fNiedermierJ Heydinger.New Washington 0. Kenneth N e y ................. Lorna fSchafstalll Albright .... Donald Sh ealy ................ Phyllis lSpringerJ Fry .. Lanarda Cstuderl Carp .. Paul Suver ........... .. Robert Utz ............. . . Jerome Wechter .......... .. Rosemary Wechter ............ Anna fWeithmanb Phillips .... Viola iWurml Schalk .... CLASS OF 1947 J. Leonard Alt ...... ...... . . . Eileen fBechtell Studer . .. .. Carl Berger ............ . . . Barbara Ann Bishop . .. Norbert Blum ......... . . . Benedict Burger ...... . .... .. David Dunbar ................. Erwina fEcksteinl Ehresman .. Paul Fry .................... LeEtta Green ................ Carl Jacobs .................. Patricia lKapleJ Wechter . .... . Gerald Kehres ........... .. Donna fKraftl Phillips ., Janice fKraftl Schwan .. Francis Letterhos ........ Ruth tNedolastb Falter .. James Niedermier ...... .... Daryl Riedel .......... . . . ....... Bucyrus, O. ....... Willard. 0. .. Chatfield, 0. . . . . . . Mansfield, 0. Tiffin, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. U. S. Air Force Tiffin, 0. New Washington, 0. Tiffin. 0. S. Barrington, Supt. Genoa, 0. ...... . Bucyrus, 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . Cleveland. 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . Cleveland. 0. Japan New Washington I 22223 . z . : 3 2 2 2 3: , ev . - 72212 ' 555555 5255535 52522.35 35353?F. 99999999 Denver, Colo. Bucyrus, 0. Tiro. 0. New Washington, 0. . i 3 Na.wA. D lton Sheal a y ........... . . . Robert Shealy ............. Marcene fSiefertJ Stuckey . Mary Helen iSnayJ Weaver .... CLASS OF 1948 J. Alice IAltJ Willman .......... Doris 4Ankneyb Henson ...... John Barnhart ................ Virginia fBechtell McDowell Donald Bordner ............ Joan iClelandb Alt ............ Mar Dow Kreim y 1 D ........... Mary Ann iDurnwaldJ Dentinger Mary lEcksteinJ Heiby ..... Fern 1EhresmanJ Dentinger . Doris Green ............... Jeanette Karl .............. Mary Ellen lKarlJ Kreft Alice lKehresl Alt ......... Carl Kehres .................. Lorraine lKesslerJ Thacker .... Helena iKreimJ Heydinger .. Rita 1LauxJ Lynch ........... Joseph Millenbaugh ........ Annabel lNiedermierD Kehres Marilyn iNiedermierl Herman Shelby, S. Barrington, Su UVJFUPIL' 512.22 41: :s I Q WE-E's'5 294.-'C' " 2 aw 'fog-Q Am-1 ,, Q ES-.-15' 53.-rn 5-1:-2 ,-- FI-' ro.-Q7-II 9-.l-... S--2-'S ml-' HU... n.,.'- ' Z: .. V150-5:15 32113 ..2 :' ' 'I gssjs m 1 122.5 --Q: . 90 rn:-:r :r Q-:- .U....., ... :... -iiil-:s 35: 5"i'i"'5, 3.5.5, M9930 :-'50 3-SFP: pm: 999999999 pc. .........Shelby.0, New Washington, O. . . . . . . . Bucyrus, 0. Shelby,0. New Washington, 0. . North Robinson, 0. New Washington, 0. . , . . St. Ste hen, O. P ... . . . . Bucyrus, . . . . . . Bloomville, O. 0, Tiro, 0. New Washington, O. Toledo, O. Tiro, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. New Washington. 0. New Washington, O. U. S. Air Force New Washington, 0. . . . . . Gibsonburg, O. Fay lNyel Steiger .................... Bucyrus, O. Harold Osborn, Jr. ........ . Patricia tPaulyh Snay .... Bonnie fR.ahmD Trimner Virginia flliedelj Meister .. . . . . Westerville. 0. New Washington, 0. Willard. O. ..... .. Bucyrus, 0. Iola 1SchafstalD Kisinger ......... Shelby, 0. Mary Alice 1Schilll Wisler .. Robert Springer ............ Genevieve fTobinJ Osborn .. Margaret Wechter ......... Edward Weithman ....... . . . Marcella Wechter . .. . Allen Weithman ....... Lois lYankal Frasca CLASS OF 1949 Jerome Alt ......... John Burger ............ Keith Clawson .,.......... Alice 1Dowl Boniialid ...... Dorothy iEcksteinJ Eckstein Marilyn lEcksteinb Neidhart Lauren Ehrman ............ Garland lEvansl Wehr .... Carl Geiger ............ . eeGeissman.,.,.... Kathr n Green y ......... . , . Inez Gleydingerj Grey Rodney High ............ . Ruth Uacobl 0'Brien Paul Kaple ............ Miriam Karl ........... Galion, 0. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . . Westerville, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington. O. Toledo, O. . . . . . . Columbus, 0. . Los Angeles, Calif. H. S. Gary, Supt. . North Robinson, O. Norwalk, O. Tiro, 0. Toledo, O. New Washington, 0, .. . . . Springheld, 0. Milo, Mo. . . . . . . Columbus, O. New Washington. 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. .........Toledo,O. . Washington, D. C. ....,........Tiro,0. Leonard Kehres , ........ .............. T iro O. John Kessler .............. Bernita lKoepferl Krebs George Kraft .............. Lila lNiedermierJ Rigdon . .. Earl Pine ................. Justine iSchafstalll Caskey .... Helen CSpringerl Ehrman Joan iSpringerl Long ...... Alice 1StuderD McKnight .. Charles Studer .......... Janice fStuderJ Burger .... Roger Studer ............., Annamae lWechterJ Mason . Mary fWeithmanl Niedermier Ralph Wurm ................. Eldon Young .............. CLASS OF 1950 Daryl Ankney ........ . . . James Barth .......... Connie iBishopl Powell .. Robert Bishop ............ New Washington, O. .. . . . .. Bucyrus, 0. Deceased New Washington, O. New Washington, O. Shelby, 0. Milo,Mo. Mt. Vernon, O, Spain . . . . .. Mansfield, O. Carolyn fClawsonl Wurm ...... Ruth iCramerl Weir ....... Richard Dallas .......... . Eugene Dnrnwald . . . . . . . . . . Norwalk. U. New Washington, O. Tiro, O. . Plymouth, O. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. H. S. Gary, Supt. New Washington, 0. . . . . .. Columbus, 0. ...... Mansfield, O. Shelby, O. . . . . . Bloomville, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0, New Washington, 0. HI A-V,-ee ee ee - Eyleen fEcksteinl McCarthy . .. Patty iEcksteinl Shealy ....... Wayne Ehrman .............. Jeanette iFisherj Spangler ..... Alfred Heydinger .......... . . Gerald Karl ............. . . . Louise iKehresJ Roth ... ... Rebecca iKesslerb Snay ....... Esther iMau1b Hamman ....... Gertrude iNiedermierJ Striker .. Ruth fPineJ Roberts .......... Muryl Striker ................ Rosanna lYosickJ Stump .. CLASS OF 1951 Jacob Ackerman ......... , . . . . Barbara fAugustusb Patrick Wilma 4Clelandb Dallas ........ Franklin Fisher .............. Wayne Hassler ............... Carl H ertzer ....,..........., - 1 1 1 ij. New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . Chatfield, O. New Washington, O. Shelby, 0. Shelby, 0. New Washington. 0. Shelby, 0. New Washington. O. Mt. Vernon, O. New Washington, O. . . . . Oak Harbor. 0. New Washington, 0. Tiro,0. H. S. Gary, Supl. New ' 11131-I New Harriette CI-Ieydingerb Kline ........ Robert Kanney ............... Marcine Uiapleb Schreck ...... Charles Kehres .......... . . . Florin Kraft ................. Phyllis iKraftJ Ehrman ....... Joan lLauxl Featheringill ..... Janice lMcCarthyJ Jamison .... Joseph McCarthy ............. Lillian fMillenbaughl Strohm .. Mary Lou C1-'eckl Philbrick .... Jane Ellen' Schwemley ..... . . Weldon Shealy ........... Robert Shell ...,............. Clarence Studer ............... Beatrice iWechterb Schmitz .... Mary Ann Wechter ........... James Yanka ................ Gwendolyn Claebstl Ehrman .. CLASS OF 1952 D. Donna Jean 1Ankneyl Frank Jacob Auck , ................ . Berdine iBordnerl Emerson .. Donna Lee Eckstein Barth .... 4 l Richard Ehres man . ........... Elvin Fisher .............. . . Glenn Heydinger .... Louis I-Ieydinger ....... Marvin I-leydinger . . . .... . . Yvonne CKaplel Rossman ..... Benedict Kehres .............. Kathleen iKehresJ Leber ...... Lorin Kraft ............. . . . New iwie'vG ' New New Washington, 0. . . . . Galion, O. Washinllton, 0. Washington, O. . Columbus. 0. .. Bucyrus, 0. .. . Bucyrus, O. Washington, O. . Columbus, 0. Washington, O. Washington, O. Washinzton, 0. . . . . Attica, 0. . . . . . . Plymouth, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. Carey, O. New Washington. O. New Washington, O. ....... Norwalk. O. . . . . ... Fostoria, O. . .......... Tiro, O, New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. S. Rosenberger, Supt. Shelby, O. Sulphur Springs, 0. . . . . . . Bloomville, O. . . . . . . Columbus. O. New Washington, 0. U. S. Army U. S. Army U. S. Army 'New' New New Joan I Lucius D Wise ......,......., Joseph Lucius ................ Mary Ann McCarthy .......... Kathleen lNiedermierl Slayton Roberta 1 Nye J Steele .......... James Pauly ................. Judith lShealyJ High ......... Mary Ann fsmithj Sutter ..... James Leo Snipes ............. Pauline lStockmasterl Kehres .. Loren Strohm . . ........ . . ., . . . New New nah? New New . Plymouth, 0. Washington. O. Washington, 0, Monroeville, 0. Washington, O. .... . Clyde. O. Washington. O. Washington, 0. .... . .. Bucyrus, 0. Bucyrus, 0. Washington, 0. Washington, 0. .. Crestline. 0. U. S, Army Washington, 0. Washington New Eva fStuderb Maul ................ Dorothy Wechter .. Jacob Wechter .......... ..... Alfred Weithman ............. Kay iWhitel lForsbergj Slatzer John Yosick ..,............... CLASS OF 1953 D. Jean lAltJ Hicks ............. Mary fAugustusJ Gerber ...... Alice fBishop7 Decker .... .... Charles Donnersbach .... . . . Bernard Faeth ...... . . . Robert Fike ....... . . . James Gardner ............... Arthur Hieber ................ Garnetta iHeydingerJ Hinesman John Heydinger ...,.,......... Junior Kaple ................. . O. .. . Bellevue, 0. Tiro, O. . . . . Tiro, 0. Toledo, 0. .. Columbus, O. .. . U. S, Army S. Roaenberger, Supl. Shelby, O. Galion, O. Attica. 0, New Washington, O. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, O. New Washington, O. Lima,O. idekiv Robert Kehres Victor Kehres .... . . . Edwin Mason ...... . . Kenneth Mohrhoif Neil Pifher ....,.. New U. S. Army Washington, O. Tiro, O Washington, O. ......Tiro,0. U. S. Air Force ......Tiro,U ,vnv , ., U Y' c'v ' ee. 1 1:1 N1-:.wA.m Della Ramey ..... Eugene Shell ........... Tiro, 0. . . . . ...... Tito, 0 Robert N ledermier ......... ....... Shirley lShealyl Gardner ...... Lavon 1Springerl Biddinger .... Norman Wechter .................. Colette IYosiekl Blackford . Edward White ............. . . Marilyn Kzaebstl Kanney ...... CLASS OF 1954 Sandra Ackerman .. Robert Bordner .. Evelyn Fisher ...... . . Beverly Harrer .......... . . . Emma Lee Heydinger .... Christine il-Iosangl Young ..... Bernard Kaple ..... ............... Martha Karl .............. . . . Marilyn lliehresl Kraft .. Anna Margaret Kessler ........ Gene Kraft ....................... Cornelius Krebs .............. Donna Lee Klsangjahrl Clevenger Nancy Lucas ................. Lucille Mann ................. Ethel lMasonJ Hetler ......... Dorothea lMcCarthyl Kehres .. Joan QMcCarthyl Tuck ......... Margaret McCarthy ........... Dana Meyers ......... James Patterson . . . . . . Gale Rettig ....... .. Jacob Rothschild .. . . Barbara Scheer . . Richard Shell . .. . Jean Springer . . ..... . . . . . . . James Stacklin ....... ........ Carol Ann 1Studerl Henak ..... Herman Studer ............... Ambrose Trucks ......... . . . Eugene Ulmer .......... . . . Grenda Belle Wolfe ...... Germaine lwurml Flock . CLASS OF 1955 Connie lAltl Kehres .......... . . Bellevue. U. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. U. S. Arm: . . . . . .. Bucyrus. 0. .. . . . .. Bluffton. 0. New Washington. 0. J R. Howe, Supt. ... . . . . Blutlton, 0. ....... Columbus, 0. Tiro. 0. New Washington, O. . . Bucyrus. 0. New Washington, 0. U. S. Air Force . . . . . . Sandusky, 0. New Washington, 0. New Washington, 0. U. S. Air Force New Washington. 0. . . . . . . Crestline. 0. Oxford, 0. N34 rliek-J New New NJ New Tir0.0. .. Bucyrus, 0. Washington. 0. . . . . Lykens. O. Washington. U. . . . . Shelby, 0. Washington, 0. . Columbus. 0. U. S. Army . Columbus. 0. .. U. S. Army . Columbus. O. Washington, O. . . . Bucyrus, 0. Washington, 0. Washington. 0. U. S. Air Force . ...... Shelby, O. J. New Raymond Alt ...................... Darlene lAnkneyl Stuckman New . . . Bucyrus, O. R. Howe, Supl. Washington, 0. . .... . Tiro, 0. Washington, 0. Janice Bishop . . . William Cleland .. Pauline Fisher . . . Mary Faeth ...... Donna Heydinger .. Neil Heydinger .... William Heydlnger . . . Arlene Hieber ....... Lawrence Hosey ...... Lois lHoseyl Mhynire .. Joan McCarthy ....... Carol Niedermier .... Urban Niedermier .. Charlotte Pifher .. . Mary Kay Pifher Roger Sage ........ Sylvania Scheer ...., Margaret Smith ....... Bertha Stockmaster Paul Yanka ......... Stephen Yosick ...... CLASS 0F 1956 Carole lAckermanl Perry Donald Alt ............ Joan Alt .............. Ruth Bechtel ...... Murrell Evans, Jr. Robert Fry ........ John Hertzer .... Carol Heydinger . .. Doris Hosang .... Mary Jean Kaple Yvonne Kessler .... Forrest Kraft ......... Joyce Laux ............ Norma Jean McCarthy . . Sue Ann Mohrhoi! .... Charles Nicol ....... Janice Niedermier .. Donna Pine ........ Lawrence Snipes , . . . . Joe Snipes ........... Everett Springer ....... Marlene lShealyl Fike .. August Stacklin ....... William Snyder ........ Donald Studer ......... Bonnie 1Ulmerl Studer . Louis Wechter ......... . New . New . New New .. New .. New . New Taylor .' Nik' . New . New Washington. 0. Washington, 0. Washington, 0. Washington, 0. Washington. 0. Washington, 0. Washington , 0. University, Ind. . . . U. S. Navy . . . . Shelby. 0. Washington, 0. Washington. O. Washington. 0, Tiro. 0. .. . New Washington, 0. . . . Bowling Green, 0. llanstleld, 0. . New Washington, 0. . . New Washington. 0. Columbus. 0. . New Washington. O. J. Il. I-lows, Supt. . . . . . Monroeville, 0. . . ............. Tlro, 0. . New Washington. 0. . New Washington, 0. . New Washington, 0. . New Washington. 0. . . . . . . . Columbus, 0. Tlro. O. . New Washington, 0. . New Washington. 0. Toledo, 0. . New Washington, 0. . New Washington, O. . New Washington, 0. . . . . . . . . Columbus, 0. Columbus, 0. . New Washington, 0. . New Washington, O. Willard. 0. .. U. S. Navy Bluffton . New . New . New . New . 0. Washington. 0. Washington. 0. . Columbus. 0. Washington , 0. Washington. 0. Tiro. 0. +661-n-n-sn.-a-------.....s.a-....L.......-.......,..-..,..-- N - .'H .. 3. -M .. 1. Sink it, Paul. 2. Study hall'?? 3. Thu good olcl "Cloc'k." 4 . Junior Class Play. 5. Junior Class Play. 6. Good luck, Ronnie. . Fatherly type? U. Time 'to take it off. 9. Now for the showers 10. Miss Loyer. ll. Grandpa Charlie. 7 CI l 12 13 14 15 lfn. 17 18 19 20 21 A10 4.14. "And the fish was t-h-a-t long: You'1'e not singing, kids. Hustle, Russell. Good buddies. What an angelic look, Bert. In her youth. Class play. Practice boys. He, --man! Catching' fiies? Class play. p.--p---.1..1 --nl...-...-..1... NE-WA-HI W W W I I I W Our cooks. Miss Efficiency. What's the joke'??'? No dates, girls? Whatclha got there, Jim? Initiation. Our boys. We know you don't' study that hard, Linn. Those hard-working' Seniors Studying? Le't's win boys. One at a time, girls! Gurgle-gurgle. Our English class. Who took this, f'lomie'? 4 Is tihat one of the many, Hersh' l,ct's do the Mambo! Our Suipt. and his wife. Remember the show girls? Oh! What a night! Paralyzed. Live it up, girls! Cleaning' up iafte-I' the Prom Did wo lose? AUTOGRAPHS Compliments of The New Washington Equity Company RED ROSE FEED, GRAIN, SEED, FEED, FENCE, COAL OTTIS H. GREEN, Manager New Washington, Ohio Compliments of Weithman Bros., Inc CONTRACTORS GALION, OHIO eff'-I 5 ,,,f- X x ,,...,-X -15--' 1.1, 92. -'J' - - k ss F 4-- -" - -f L I f fl 'Ml fp ' ffff - wif A1377 ff T 'fl - 1 'V ' Y -,fP4fvf, , ' f fb ' , : ' WWW , fi - 'F ni: -1 f' Zfkfx-h ' W' O T TAKES about 2 acres of farm crops to supply the 1875 pounds of food which the average American eats a year. To grow and get this food to your table requires money all along the line, and bank credit provides a substantial share of the funds. Perhaps you havent thought of it this way, but the money you deposit in the bank helps to build a credit pool which, directly or indirectly, supplies loans to farmers, farm machinery manufacturers, seed and fertilizer dealers, distributors and food markets, as well as others. Whenever you deposit your money, or invest it, you are help- ing yourself two ways: You a1'e providing for your own future and you are helping to provide the good things of life that make our American standard of living the highest in the world. We,ll welcome you as a depositor, or as a borrower, if your plans call for sound use of credif. Whatever your yinaucial requirements may be, come in- let us serve you. Compliments of SUTTON STATE BANK Compliments of Dicken-Wonders Studio Official Photographers for the Class of 1951 PHONE FOSTORIA 3615 Graduation Pictures Cur Specialty C ON GRA TU LA TIONS Rettig's Market Quality Meats 8a Groceries Dry Goods PHONE 2121 New Washington, Ohio Congratulations to time Class of '57 New Haven Supply Co New Haven, Ohio Congratulations Class of '57 Secor Funeral Homes AMBULANCE SERVICE W WASHINGTON WILLAR Compliments of The Galion lron Works 8: Mfg. Co. GALION, OHIO Mansfield Brass 8: Aluminum Corp. Mansfield, Ohio Brass, Hranzc, and Aluminum Easfings Compliments of Tile S. J. Kibler 8: Bro. Company Congratulations to time Class of '57 Bislmop Motor Sales Bishop Supply and Gil Compliments oi CRONAU'S Your Graduation Suit Headquarters SHIRTS AWARD SWEATERS by by Van Huesen Lamb Knit Compliments of New Washington Cut Rate PHONE 2645 . Drugs, Sundries, Toys, Cosmetics WE SELL AT CHAIN STORE PRICES Compliments of The Farmers State Bank Member of the F. D. I. C. New Washington, Chio P. J. Koepfer Hardware New Washington, Ohio Concrete Products, Inc 220 Lincoln Ave. Crestline, Ohio Cement Blocks Ready Mix Concrete L, V K S A fl if' 1 - 1 122 . f - :'f r r !! X ,L ai li r riiisrrrrmr O. F. KIME LUMBER COMPANY BUCYRUS, OHIO S ? . ' '5'6Iu. iff BUlLD-..S SPLOIALTIES MILLWORK " SUPPLIES PORTABLE BUILDINGS LUNIBER - GLA S ROOFING PAINT PHONES 5311 5411 COMPLIMENTS OF CONGRATULATIONS I CLASS OF '57 Curpen s Jewelry North Central Store PLYMOUTH, OHIO Egg 8: Poultry C"""e'af"" Frans. c. sniffer Owned and Operated by and Co. WHOLESALERS OF CIGARS, TOBACCO, CIGARETTES. New Washington Ohio AND CANDY Producer Members "HEART OF OHIO" EGGS 70 West Main Street SHELBY, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF Your Sohio Distributor Ned Baldosser Phone 3811 Kimmel Refrigeration Service Phone 3265 New Washington, Ohio C. E. KIMMEL BEST OF LUCK, KIDS! Yosicic Bros. GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '57 P. J. Fiice Shoe Store "Footwear for the Family" NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF Anlcney Gulf and l. H. Truclc Service Herald Printing Company FINE COMMERCIAL PRINTING Publishers of the New Washington Herald Phones 2911 and 2916 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Crestline Auto Wrecking East Main Street Route 30-N CRESTLINE, OHIO U Goodman Furniture lnc. 243-45 Harding Way East GALION, OHIO Where Quality is Not Expensive" Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat. Eve. till 9:00 Closed All Day Wednesday Phone 20683 BEST WISHES COMPLIMENTS Alts Restaurant Midland Grocery Co. FINDLAY, OHIO Rainbow Hatchery COMPUMENTS OF BABY CHICKS AND DUCKLINGS H T lc F U. S. Approved Cfm l'l a S ur ey arm Pullorum-Typhoid Clean County Road 6 New Washington, Ohio Phone 2591 Ivan I'lCaI S Y COMPLIMENTS OF I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CARL A. GEIGER POST TRACTORS and MACHINERY 405 Firestone Tires Geeeeel Reeeieee American Legion NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Phone 3711 1 Wes Gardner Stevenson s Drug PAINT 8: LINOLEUM STORE Store Decorating is Our Business 26 West Main St. Phone 3500 SHELBY, OHIO NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF coMPu1vuzNTs or Leonhart Gas Chatfielcl Hardware 8' Oil, Inc- Phone 2641 TIRO, OHIO CONGRATULATIONS Wlllafd Dilfy Leon The Home of Dairy Products at Their Best HARDWARE AND HOUSEHOLD Phone 4421 APPLIANCES WILLARD, OHIO Electrical and Plumbing Supplies NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF SI1erer's Dairy Serving New Washington with Grade A Dairy Products for 15 Years. Milk Purchased and Processed in Crawford County. Phone Crestline 31 1 1 Tiro Frozen Food Loclcer PROCESSING - SLAUGHTERING CURING TIRO, OHIO CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '57 Ron's Electric Plumbing and Heating NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO CfaWFOfd Fa fm Bureau Cooperative Association P. O. Box 166 BUCYRUS, OHIO Phone 4-1010 Emerson F. Eclcstein GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 3483 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Compliments of Robert Eclcstein Compliments of Darr's Barber Shop Phone 2355 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Rollancl W. Frieclley All Forms of Insurance NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Compliments of Michellelcler SI-me Shop Krebs 8a Son Garage Phone 3375 SHELL PRODUCTS General Repairing NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO l.ucile's Beauty Shop NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Phone 2854 Compliments of Cummins Grocery NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '57 The Beauty Spot Margaret Wechter, Operator Open Evenings by Appointment Phone 2561 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF DUI'WaIdlS I-Ul'lCI'l CONGRATULATIONS Pfefferie Market "The Home of Better Meats" NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO -1 -----..---na. -J- COMPLIMENTS OF New Washington IGA Grocery John Farrell NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS White Furniture Store Walther Hardware Evinrude and Cushman Motors BUCYRUS, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF Sandy 'n' Andy Shop SPECIALISTS IN CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 65 West Main St. SHELBY, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF I BBUIIIOCI S Quality Since 1886 Koons Cleaners BUCYRUS, OHIO Farmers and Citizens Banlc oi Tiro Insured by F. D. I. C. Tiro Feed 8: Supply FEED - GRAIN -- COAL Norbert Studer, Prop. TIRO, OHIO Compliments of Zeigler Milling Co. Huggins-Wingate, lnc. BUCYRUS, OHIO FORD and MERCURY SALES 8: SERVICE Celeryville Green- lmouse and Gift Shop WILLARD, OHIO Dial 8551 Flowers Telegraphed Everywhere The Attica Lumber Company ' Redi-Built Buildings Lumber and Builders' Supplies ATTICA, OHIO Phone 372 Plymouth Elevator GRAIN, COAL, FEEDS AND FARM SUPPLIES PLYMOUTH, OHIO Phone 37 The People's National Banlc PLYMOUTH, OHIO Member F. D. I. C. l'leclc's Rexall Drug Store SHELBY, OHIO BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '57 The People's Store Shelby's Largest Store for Men's and Boys' Wear SHOES We, the Seniors of '57, wish to thank the businessmen and women who placed ads in our annual. Without this cooperation this annual would not have been possible. Compliments of Weaver Harclware Congratulations, Class of '57 Osborn's Appliance Wenzlick Produce NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO J. J. Yosiclc PLASTERING AND MASON WORK Phone 2422 Box 47 Phone 3161 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Hildebrand? Store Since 1 894 NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Congratulations, Class of '57 Clay's Apparel Shop NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Compliments of J. C. Penney Company GALION, OHIO Compliments of Mrs. Albert Slmealy NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Fox Wallpaper and Dairy Popcorn, Magazines, and Ice Cream Compliments of Pete's Cafe Beer and Wine NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Meet Your Friends Here Compliments of Recreation Club Maul Radio 8: TV AUTHORIZED RCA-VICTOR DEALER Phone 2565 Phone 2793 Huggins-Wingate, lnc. BUCYRUS, OHIO Compliments of Norton's Flower Shop S. Sandusky Ave. BUCYRUS, OHIO Compliments of Smitl1's Grocery Store NORTH AUBURN Ten Eyclc's Greenhouse N. Sandusky Ave. BUCYRUS, OHIO Millers' HARDWARE and APPLIANCES 7 Edst Main Street PLYMOUTH, OHIO Metzger'e Shell Service Cor. Main 8: Columbus CRESTLINE, OHIO Compliments of G. C. Murphy Company GALION, OHIO J 8a H Shoe Store Public Square GALION, OHIO Sears Catalog Sales GALION, OHIO Congratulations Wolfe Barber Shop Compliments of F. W- Woolworth CO. OALION, OHIO Compliments of Schaffner-Myers Co. GALION, OHIO National Mailing Service OALION, OHIO Compliments of Globe Clothing GALION, OHIO Casey Hardware FOSTORIA GLASSWARE AND GIFTS Compliments of UI-mlm a n's GALION, OHIO De bolt's HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY "Galion's Record Shop" 121 Harding Way East GALION, OHIO Compliments of Bennetts GALION, OHIO Compliments of ldeal Laundry WILLARD, OHIO Compliments of Foullc's Pharmacy and REXALL DRUG STORE BUCYRUS, OHIO Sullivans Western Auto Largest Toyland in Crawford County BUCYRUS, OHIO R. P. Slnriclc Company Jewelers WILLARD, OHIO Spiece Typewriter Co. Sales and Service BUCYRUS, OHIO Compliments of Lord's Jewelry 131 South Sandusky . BUCYRUS, OHIO F. J. Smith Electric and Plumbing Electric Wiring, Heating, Plumbing Compliments of Guenter Witzmann Masonry and Plaster Contractor Compliments of Ed Ramsey Plymouth Drive-In Theatre PLYMOUTH, OHIO Studer's Carry-Out NEW WASHINGTON, OHIO Phone 3741 Compliments of Ed Mason Dead Stock Removal Service New Washington, Ohio Phone 3862 Hyler Cleaners 108 Union St. CRESTLINE, OHIO Compliments of Baird Turkey Farm Compliments of Bishop Poultry Farm NEW WASHINGTON OHIO Compliments of H. J. Pessefall Compliments to the Class Bowlmor Recreation 0stermyer's Garage Holmans' Variety Vaughn Williams Shoes Reimherr's Lesseur's Shoes Thorr Woodworth Molly's Kitchen Loyer's Meat Market Keil's Store Gayety Shop Shafer's Beauty Shop Jay's Toggery Treasure Chest Davis Jewelry of '57 'I .wt ,ff 14 QQ, f X qt X'Q'4.' wiv X 4- we-f-""H Bmw


Suggestions in the New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) collection:

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

New Washington High School - Ne Wa Hi Yearbook (New Washington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 19

1957, pg 19

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.