North College Hill High School - Illium Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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Q,+hEw174 pa h Sn V off-'rt M - j'M,..9es: Sammuqk b d fjemmlnj 41 v-Ula t3"I1 Zeflefiiglteen qc!-X Clikiop-,gh 7 we Y gf" AO3' Ieanette Solt Cloyce Steeqmarif Iune Steinbacher'77 Cameo Stettlerln Virqinia St. Myer Norma Ieanne Stover lack Stowell I Mary Ann Symonds Calvin Thatcherlq Barbara Thielel7q Iohn Thomasllq Iames Thompsonwq Mary lane Tyner Margaret Urschalitzlllq Marilyn Van Atta Doris Varner Ruth Vorpe William Waaland M11 Raymond Waqgonerlqq Patricia Walters'1'l Iack Warner George White Ruth Williams Helen Wilson Ellen Wittenmyer Iudith Yost Ioan Yoxtheimer X' Yi I '-my It 1-'41 , Q, ,, .mxwgmu 1 X N 4 ..,, R lk "We have been Trojans"--Iffiaa' "Whatever their task, they can be victorious," mused the Trojan as he watched the recessional of the class of '44. "l have faith in their future because of the record of their past which I have seen enacted in the three years I have known them. Together we have done a lot of work and had a lot of fun. "We began our high school career just as confusedly as all sophomore classes have since time lmmemorial. As we 'wondered' around the' maze-like halls, we mentally drew up plans for a more logical building. We emerged from the fog long enough to elect Frankie Lyons president of the class-those of us who could find the auditorium. Acquaintance Night was held for our parents, who were enlightened about their offsprings' abilities by the pageant, 'We Hold These Truths.' "The football team won secondiplace in the Buckeye League and the basketball team did well. It became evident that the Sophomores would one day form a championship team. "First-aid was inaugurated in the health classes. However, our health was not greatly improved by the course, nor our morale, for the girls were wearing slacks. Egad! "The openlng'of the Hi-Hat provided a new source of gossip for the 'Teen Tattler' on the new local radio station WFIN. "PEARL HARBOR C'So sorry'J-brought defense stamps and bonds, scrap drives, air raid drills, increased activity of Red Cross and patriotic fervor to the school. "The dramatic enterprises were especially successful in the production of the three one-act plays, the Iunior Play, 'The Sunshine Twins,' the Senior Play, 'Old Doc," several minor plays, and the operetta, 'The Red Mill.' In some of these we took party in all we found enjoyment. "About this time we began frantically to pursue the subject of the Pan-American essay, 'What Inter-American Cooperation Means to My Country.' After exhausting our limited supply of grey matter, we turned our wandering attention to the scholarship tests, in which we ranked high. "An intensive campaign for tax stamps was rewarded by the purchase of the chime and echo unit for the organ. "The prom in the beautifully decorated gym was a success, and the senior chapel, the baccalaureate and com- mencement tearfully came and went, while we patiently waited our turn in these glorious affairs. "This year we lost two very faithful members of the faculty, Miss Kiefer, dean of girls, and Mr., Sanderson, music teacher and supervisor. Miss Kiefer had become a tradition of Findlay Senior High School, having served it for thirty-five years, and her resignation practically marked the passing of an era. "In our Iunior Year we were old enough to know what was expected of us and young enough not to care. We didn't realize the full significance of being in our last years of high school, even though we were taking on more- and more responsibilities. Heading the class were Ed Rooney, 'Red' Roether, and Dick Garbett. Our football team under the guidance of Coach Bachman, who - filled the vacancy left by 'Pinky' Wilson, came through with four wins, one tie, and .' four losses. The basketball team under Bachman was victorious as Buckeye League ' champion. ll " 'Iune Mad.' the Iunlor play, was a huge success. The play will be remembered M - for the startling appearance of 'Louie' in a red strapless. lf L N "Tradition was defied by the production of a pageant, 'Free Men,' in which all XA ! the schools of Findlay took part, rather than the usual operetta. f "Our students led a double life of scholar and patriot, for they were equally - active in winning awards in a national art contest, joining the Victory corps, taking air raid warden courses, and being elected to the National Honor Society. "Because of an inconvenient whim of the government, commonly known as gas rationing, it was impossible to journey to 'Ye Faire Bowling Green' to take the district scholarship tests. However, the students seemed to thrive in the homey atmosphere of the cafeteria Cwhat's cookin'?j, for they ranked high in the state. "The year and the students were finished by the grueling two-hour tests in each subject. Again the cafeteria was the scene of the slaughter. "Baccalaureate, the Prom, and Commencement came and went in unusually fine style and a few of us sud- denly became aware that we were Seniors at last. "This is the year of VICTORYI We at old F. H. S. have waged more than one fight and made more than one conquest .... Our Trojans 'have met the opponent and the battle is ours .... Our mental wizards have kept up Findlay's enviable reputation .... We've gone to town in athletics .... And for the final victory we've licked those two-hour exams. . . l' "This year started beautifully with a sudden plunge into schoolwork which gave us such a shock, we couldn't think for weeks .... For the first week everyone industrlously lugged a stack of books home .... Then began the exciting and well-advertised contest for class officers. Those successful were: President, lack Moore: Vice President, Jack Thomas: Secretary, Dick Sink. Our homeroom officers have found that their jobs include some work at times: counting tax stamps, for instance .... The Student Council has been the proving ground for some really fine orators .... Twenty Q? A '--LSA "We have all cooperated to 'back the attack' .... We have bought several thousand dollars worth of war bonds .... We have brought in tons of paper for the drive and would even have been willing to sacrifice our textbooks for the good of the cause .... Most of us joined the junior Red Cross and a few of us have worked on the Red Cross Council which has carried through several important projects .... We have turned in our copies of the 'Blue and Gold' to be sent to our soldier alumni, who seem to have enjoyed ,---- them tremendously. . . . a ui ' "What fun it was to walk out of class the day we all had our pictures taken... . af ff And when the pictures came, we spent the whole day trading them and laughing ,W l at those queer expressions the camera had caught .... There was the time Yehudi " ft' I rang the firebell but we dutifully marched out anyway ..,. Even rationing had its 7 K good points when it meant school was out sooner .... M! t "Every Friday morning for months, we were subjected to a blitz of spelling X' which downed most of us .... Oh, well, we still don't know how to spell 'toemain' .... f What really cast a blight over our spirits was the Essay .... We heard so much about Latin America we haven't thought of it since .... lf anyone had wanted a . definition of 'nightmare' we could have furnished it easily-a psychological test fits fa, 1 the bill .... After filling in an inventory of 435 questions, many Seniors still haven't ' x v 1 discovered their hidden talents .... 6 J "Our Girl Reserves have initiated the McComb chapter of that organization.. . . , it The G. A. A. has taken charge of all girls athletics outside of gym classes. . . ' Together the Hi-Y and G. R. have sponsored a number of school dances .... "The National Honor Society duly admitted a handful of new members into its midst with an impressive ceremony .... A large number of Seniors reaffirmed the scholastic standard of our school as shown by the results of the State Senior Scholarship Test .... One of our students won a high place in the nation-wide Science Talent Search, and another placed first in the state in the D. A. R. Good Citizenship Contest .... Many of us took the scholarship tests and surprised ourselves at the results. "All of us breathed easier when our homeroom's chapel was over and we could sit back and enjoy the rest. . . . Most Chapels were based on a patriotic theme .... Many potential public speakers expounded their self-written speeches to our attentive ears .... In addition to seeing several movies, we heard many interesting speakers on a wide variety of topics-Argentina, singing, Mexico and the new volcano, the art of writing, weather, and West Africa .... "We haven't confined our activities to school hours .... There was the evening we held our breath while Mom and Dad had a nice CPD little chat with Teacher .... And the Hobo party in the gym when all the gals at the Mixer were certain of their futures after waiting for hours at Madam Knowallski's booth .... "Another evening the Thespians entertained us with three super plays which afforded plenty of variety. . . . The junior Class play 'Lena Rivers' carried us back to the 'Gay Nineties' for three interesting hours .... The Senior play had more than its share of fun and suspense .... We enjoyed all three hours of the vocal Eisteddfod and were awfully glad we didn't have the adjudicator's job of deciding who was best .... 'Sweethearts' was far better than a movie and transferred us to technicolored land of song and romance for a few .. A short hours .... And the Music Festival with all its choirs, large and small, ushered ' -5 in the Christmas Season .... . 'BL Af' 'x "The boys who went out for sport are of the material from which heroes are 'f Migigfmzf. made .... Our football team gave the impetus to our sports program for the 'QSWE4 year .... Although we didn't win every game, our team did a fine job .... The basketball team really went to town just as we expected .... It completed an un- defeated season spectacularly .... The swimming team came out on top, so far on top, that they are now the State Champs, showing that teamwork is really what jajgtgg ,. counts .... Our band, cheerleaders, and drum majorettes added the finishing touch "4" sL to all our school games .... ' "How proud we were of our orchestra and band the evening they gave a concert for us .... Remember, they played a lot of our favorites-'Star Dust' and 'Holiday for Strings,' for instance .... Tm' , "Our Art Department has a large amount of artistic talent as shown by the wonderful display at the Art Exhibit .... A few art students had the honor of demonstrating their method for the Northwestern Ohio Teachers' Convention. . . . Many pieces of art were entered in the Scholastic Contest and justified our pride in them .... "The event which was worth suffering through a whole year of school came at last, far exceeding our fondest dreams .... What was it?-The Prom .... The Senior Chapel completed our programs, and as the Senior President entrusted the Trojan plaque to the Class of '45, I was very proud of my school," concluded the Trojan, "because I am only the essence of its deeds and become just what the students of Findlay High make me." Twenty-One MAE FASSETT WILBUR HALL Sponsor Sponsor R. ASKAM Pres. '45 N. CHATELAIN D. ROBERTS V. Pres. '45 Secy. '45 RUTH KUENZLI FRED BRANDENBERGER Sponsor Sponsor R. TREECE Pres. '45 E. WEIST E. SCHEIB V. F1es.'45 Secyf-15 Twenty IWOIIF Y. . 11u'1 1111 11' 1- , , , , .. . 11111 I 1 ' '. .111'1 . 1,141 111' 1.1 F11. 1'.1:t1 , hf. P11211 13. Hqkfl, 11, F1 11111'11w113', Y 11. v.'111'H1 1, M14 zs, F, 9.111111 111 , If 511.13 VH. F11 .111 1 1131! PJ. 13111111.1111 I. .7111 11111 51111, N, H11k11111 1, I. HAR' 1, V 1 141' H. P1ww11 F. F1v11:E1'11. 1 ' W..-X112 15 I. f?.11111l1, U 1 L 'Q l'1.1. 11511131 i11kOI.f ..l, mf!! 11-7f,! Ii, 1' 11 lfRN"1 '-. 1X1iIl1-13, 11111 1 T11 .1 If. 5115: V 1".11f I., fr ss, G. 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S11111I1, K f.'111i1I1, G. 911111 v, IT Sink, I, S111 111'f, II. 51111111115 T. Ff11I1w1, F .Y:1111f1S1'11. fa' 'uv 4' V, 11af'f1, N.S1a111i111.1 N. Inassk, L. I7 511' xv SVVISIIQI I. F-'1.11' :I. i'-11:1'I:, rx. 5111111111111 HCME NOON LTU? 11111, I, mf! 16 1117111 F. VW111111-1 k. NN11111-, I. X. ','a11', Lv. V11s11v1', I. I1Y1IvI1, VVIS1 I- y, C. NN'11111a111Iy H II'1II11'1I I1 IXI'II'I1 . 11 11, . ..1 . . . ,U 111 vw . M. ,1 11'1 IIIIIYK 1, I. Ywx ::1:111 1, 'J.'1Is1 11, III. WN1111. I. 'J1i1, II. '1ffi11+1111gj.'11, I. 'We-I1I1, I, V.'-11v- 1 I. 'W1 I1. H111' I K. I.'1fi11aII1, K. VN'iIS1111,F. VC11h1::, IIN IYRKIVI, F, VVu1s1, If 'v'1'111fI111, H. '1'1'f1111f 1, H. 'v'1'wiss:- I1111, K. V- 11- iss'11.:. EIUKIY' If-f1Of.f Il! H1 1, 11111 1. 511 L. IIIUXVII, IS. 1111111111 Ii. F.a11s11, B. Burk. Ii. Af' x1111.!f1, I. F11-I-1 H. I. Bwck- w1fI1, P. I411'kE1 IXI. F.11111111I. Hcw B. HIafkf1:1d, K. Bar11'II, H, B111a'kIaCI11'1, D. B1sI1Qp,I.Brad- Iu1s1, VV. R1ya11, V. Ba11111a11, I. Iw11111f11111, E. A.I-1111. H1 11' 9 II. F1f1111111111k. R. A1l11111S. N. x.'111111I11111, I, CI1111-11115, Ii. fXsI:11:11. HOME BOOM III Huw I, Ie!! IQ riglir E. Fisher YD. Ellf-mvocfi, E. Ci'if'fiidf'r'1, M Dfzimbisoii, L. Davis, M. Day, M Ifiiiiiv, M. D-.fiaIiaiimii.if-, B. D111 Init, Rm-.' ff G. H ,vi i, K. Dv-iiisnii, I Clyrziwr, M. Dswiiiiig, E. E111-'xsgizi O. IV'-wus vii, T. f'i.'S:fjJ, T. Dick-S C. Eiiiixif. How 3 I-I. Efif-Iitxaii, FT. Crawiis, I-I. Uiivifis, Fx. Fxic, I. Duiiif-Vi, D. Fish-1, I. EMV-315, I. Duiifim, P. Ifiiiiiii, M. iTQ:1E1:.:. HOME IQOOM IOS Row I, Ie!! to Hifi! V. GIJSSQ, A. Iwlirisein, M. Frfw-"I, M. FUIIQI, I. Fax, INF. II.--1 M. Huritui, I. Iiwiiiy, M. Fii i MII. Hmm' QI I. Cfiiiki- I. II"-fIs"ii":, I. Iziizip-i, C. Him' I Hirii, XT. Iiist, If Huhiixgm K. Fuiilgiz, P. Hartziiam. ' FYHW I P. XY. I'idI,iS, D. Fljllf HOME ROOM 186 Row 1, le!! to right N. Kfvsfer, C. Lvfiorsori, M. Lafta, I. MacGregor, T. Laulw, B. Masm, I. Miller, R. King, M. Massiii.. How I? M. Loepor, V. Ipit?-I, I. MQNUII, M. ivIPD.maI:I, C. Leadi, I. Martin, B. Lvriig, B. Loy, C. Cramwr, D. Kowaiiiziqy. How .I I. Kiiiqiif, D. Konyf-n, I. Luiiimm, D. L l1+2, D. Kirk, M LUI- Iaiini, F. L1flT'i1Ix'fI.Z, I. Marsiiah, . C. Kimi, I Fai 2 'lr Ib' if ,I-vw, if, vf i ,Nw fi- W I I Q .ff 'A I I 1' . P, ffl U I s ,X ZR-fx-. Twenry-Seven Twemy E1f7I1l HOME ROOM 105 I1'1w I, id! I1 rzfwlzf R. H11ss1hH, , . . A. IWFIKILI, 1. hlfflwy, M. Rm 111111111, I. P1'1ki11s, H. Hvissiu, A. IVIIIIVIIY, P. M1111, D. Nivisan. Hmm' .3 H P1'111f1, I. Piffr, D, Hcbmfs, S. M1 11Z.1P111f71y, C. IVIOI' 111111, V. IN11SdIX.LIi', R. Moll, H. Hwflrl, C. M. Mllls, I. Mmrisun, P, Hikm, I, H1's111C1a11s. Hfm' f? C. R111-1's F. N1nt:'14w, M. Nn1:111.111, L. Firm M. P1111-is, G. Q11f11!, T. Uw111:sx, G. H111 11S. 11475-117 W 01.1 IU-1 H1 E E171 F1 1:.rf:1 C. 131111111 3' 11.141141 11 21, N.iI..1 1+ 11:11, 1. 13151111 1, I, ??11:11111v'U, 1. Simrxk, 'If S1111111, K. L"l1-11.11, 11. i'1111'E1. H1 11' M. F1111111: M. S1kw.111!s H. :T2111".'11, M. Sh- .1.1, G. Sulny, F. F-vI11111111.l111, .' S111111s1.'11, L. f51111H11, P. f3rP111111i1 H S1'1'1. H1 11' '.'1. 1.111111 k, H. T.ayl1'1 V, 5311.111 1, fi. 2115111 V. 53.-wt H if-m111.1111, I. 1111111111115 H. S:1111f1. HOME ROOM 9 Hcvw f, lv!! In 1111fL! F. VUl1xiI1'I1 A. IV.-1111, H'1NI11:.:111.1, F. KN'-11111 I. 'vAv7i5I1' 1, M. 'XYisv1fy, 1. 7.'X'11i'v R, NVi1111111s, Y' 'VVJII Sam. I1'c'w.f H. Ywsi, FX, V111 1a11's1,R Ui1i1.'l1, H. '-.'1'111.l11, R. '.Y111i111115 H '1'111x1+1, T. '1111sk. ."' F YV V , f N. Q , 1 D Y 5 N, x is X . I -in 1- ll i O,Q6 i 1 0060's 1 ! d'4"16 1 11 1 . J ' P1 wf mx-fb .- iii Im1I F I Nm 5 - 'X A :gs ? VII, I, 'I ,X -Q1-3 '-I4 If HCTLIE FQOM ITL IF II. 111 1' 5 an I Iu:1111s5 I, fer! L Iljfif Catf P"'fI1i-'Z, If. 33118, D. Stal, 'T EMI, L. H.1t:,z1, 115, Q I. Huizifzu, F. I'.f'G311 g':'illfI:1.I, G. BK? ' fk, U. E2-Zzsifa D, Iilillj 121, D,fas'Qw1, I. 'Ihautman I ' I H mx gI:4:x1 is H15 QP! I, IST If 1.3 H Li.,,,.,l. X-' Q, .1. .. .. '. ', ., .JI Fil, I. V1:II'-1, R. Fall I .. I'1'Il' I. MUIII-1. eu: 11 I 1.,1!5-ag? IF Twenfy-Nme SPGRT Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Jig. 4, C O A C I-I E S L. C. KELLER, C. C. BACHMAN, E. C. BAHTLETT BASKETBALL BUCKEYE LEAGUE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS WINNERS Mansfield . . 20 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Toledo Waite . 20 Columbus Bexley .. 36 AT KENTON Lima Central . . . , 22 Toledo Woodward . , 24 Findlay H -74 SL Marys BOWUFICJ Green -- V -Zl Findlay 39 Kenton .. . Fostoria V - V 13 Findlay 54 Celina , . , . Tiffin Columbia - 24 Findlay 36 Lima South Fremont , . , . 3l Lima South . . 36 Bowlinq Green . I6 Kenton 27 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT Fostoria . . . . . I5 Dayton Roosevelt , I4 Tiffin Columbia . I9 Fremont , 47 Findlay 38 Toledo Woodward FOOTBALL SWIMMING Columbus Aquinas 2l Findlay 37 Bowling Green V-l2 Bowling Green . C Findlay 30 Bowling Green V-I2 Framont . , 6 Findlay 36 Fremont Ross , Tiffin Columliia " Culver Lima Central C Findlay 32l: Military Academy Marion Harclinrg , C Lima South , , , .20 Fremont St. Ioseph , 6 Fostoria I4 Thirty-One F. FOOTBALL SQUAD Hr w 1 D. 'I'rfff'f, D. Rf fsQ, I. Clyrncfr, N. Chatelain, D. Lalricwe, D. Aiiczust, N. Sirnpson, R. Askam D. Sink, C. Steerqnran, G. Lonq, I. Bayer. HC-w f? Coach C. C Bachnran, D. Bish, I. Yoxsirne-r, H. Giulia, G. Babcock, E. Rooney, I. Moore H. Biiyr r, D. Kirk, B. Brifiirt, B. Snritlr, W. Switzer, D. Crozier, R. Swisher, Assisiarri Coach E. C. Barileit Huw 3' I. Dr-L+ s DYIIIIPY, I. VWNII, D, Courtney, L. Wiic'li, M. INi11enrnyr2I, D. Baker, R. Norris, I Mirrsirfail, F. Svzitt, G. 'Nisr:Lr, M. 'Misa R. Dennis, D. Hroucriricwrr, C. Lerach, I. Fox. Thitiy-Two BASKETBALL SQUAD Ficw I UV. Lawrence, R. Krauss, N. Sirrrpscrr, T. Capell, C. Steeqrrrarr, T. Trask. How .7 Ccaclr C, C. Bachrrrarr, R. Ekfcrrnran, N. Chaielain, R. Askam, D. Kirk, D. Crozier, I. Akin Row 3- fl. Pifer, D. Sink, D. Depuy, VV. Iohrrsrcrr, R, Powell. Thirty-Three Q- In 'A 1, 1 . 1 1 . 1 X.. 1 Q ,' ll ' ' -1 nu- "-" 1 K1 ' 1 -I-1 'nn .1 A , 'Q -1,4-nu so ....... P 1-1? WP -wfilliilaii lun ...-1 SWIMMING TEAM 1 I 1-1. 1'1','11 1,1 1 11111, G. 91 11111, Y. Bums, I. K111'11-W111, 11. C1111 1 11. 111111211 If. 14.11113 C111s1'11 H. 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IIQII, I w . .. Inu-X. RED CROSS CCDUNCIL Ifuiu' I, Ie!! I- xiqlu I. Ix1.w,3xuvy IG. B9I1llffll, A. IVIOIIISPII, M.E.arl1v M. Massilln. Hrw TI Fx. Dcopkflr. M. IVZCKIAI wly, A. M-511V-r, 'If Qwinqs, B Bauman, FX. Bwlrmlwft, M. Barnard Ejw .7 I. Kuidht, E. Allwm, I Swlf, M. Pfwuiut, A. Ffxvmau. G. A. A. I .. .,-X vvf, 1 . LN. 11.3-I. I .I.wIUIx I? ' 'J II 1.151 I. F1 121.11-', 1 Y"J.:!l5 I. I7I1rI1f11 2:11 II. P-111' 11, .1 ,'f3'11t1 1, KI 361115- I fl"'1I1i'1i'I1' 1. R11-.' ,' D. N1:11is, B. Dya, INS111.:--1, E. 'x'1'i'11'111113'1-11, R1- FYI. Lyzamlr, M, Hall, L1G111111I. Q 'II I11 G N E Hsu' I B, I-.Ta.:1.:f11f1, D. RCITIIS, M. H1111-, E. Q'111'1.111Ie1'1, I. SIIEEIIIZ H Fink, ff. Lf111f1, T. Sinmru. IH I V. Ff1111::n11, I. '1'1'111'v, V 'x'1'i::1:'s. I.. i'Il11I'I'I, M. F11j1f1I, M :5:.- Q 1, I. 21.13 IEVI, P. 1I.1fi1111111 II. 1'w111..111. X'Q??IOI:1DHE 51. fit! 111 111'1f11 P. Hakim II. F11.11111z::, If. I'-.I1Ssa111:11, KI. Ms, R1 1':1jx, I. Stuiti, IV. I51yf111. 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Haxrincz, Mu, 'I,'I'.1rr1fr, G. 'vYI1iIL2, R III: 1 1. IS: . H".-Jx1'.If'r, Sink, H I 1 I. C MHZ' I. GCIXMH 'I 1, F If' 1x.ir1I:+ I. I"fNIIOR fx' .wff rw ,..:f! If. 1- xml: I. f'11:1::11 . 7. F 11' .3.sQin:n Iii ':::1", . " N 'a.1..i. ' I. PT 1k1:':1, C. F1 9, R 'Q Huw- I. """:1'1 I. I:31sI1, fl. I. ffmx, QE. I?.EQz's, 3. ' . 1.5 V I.I.:i':'I. SQPHOIQHE I, fe!! tv right D. Rovlrfy R. F1.L1.:2Nf-11 XY. 'f.'isr."'2f, I. KP? If II Sgkiif 5, D. M-,'I51icffi, P.I1I.1gkS. . T.QIxry--'11vz, R. Fimmfus, H, IVMLI, F. IRI' H, I O1 Iwfllxmrx I,. 1LI.1I.1fS, Swish 1. H. 1 P. 'x'.1rQ.1s, II 'I'I'f'H'fV , I 1, I. If nw- I G. '.'fiS11'I QL. I.Ei1-Lis I. IQ. 7-111I'IY'NII'19 Forty PROIECTION CLUB Hui' I, le!! rf ziqlzl W. Frost P Qssiiiaii, ll. Idckiiiaxl, D. Gruhli H, Aixl-wrt. Huw .Y P. Hovwr, R. Porter, H Swislwr, P.. Pr-fwisnii L. Tosrirw, D. L-if I. Bragllaif-1. CONCESSIONS HELPERS M, Fil--i-.1 P. Fish T. Sitiimii THESPIANS Hi.-iv 1, le!! to riqlil G.XYl1ifw, B. Pishwi, V. Clyriiwr, A. Nlmir'ismii, C. Tlialchor, I. Plucli, G, Bwiumll B. Bailoii, B. Dulcos., I. Soil. Row Q R. Pelorsizii, K. Burris, M. Massillo, M. Fullpr, M. Sliiixip, B. Beliumlt, I. White, B. Alexander V. Bauman, D. Grwnor, I. Marlin, I. Baywr. Row 3 B. Palmer, H. Dullweilor I. Nlohly R. Iciolahl, I. Harriiihi tvii, R. VYils.vii, S. Siiiitlisoii, D. Biyaii, I. Howard, B. Xl isolwy, R, Siiimioiis, L. Phillips. BOND AND STAMP REPRESENTATIVES Row I Dorrha Ncrrxg, B. Palmer, C. While, R. Alfman, M. Fullafr, D. Nlv Rcw 2 H. Straftou, B, McDuf'fiQ, V, Bauman, C. Cramer, I. Elgwrt. How 3 VF. Hards, H, YVonder, G. Babcock. CHEERLEADERS AND DRUM MAIORETTES I. Beck, L. Rlce, N. Sapiema, I. Msomey, D. Elie-nwcad, D, Schmidr, T. M11 1 Forty-One Q., - J . a' , ' N -. .T 1. ,- A. .4. aw .gn 1 -. .1 i,X,1..,,,4 pdl. f-.su 4, , 'ln.iV:',,,."ri: 3" "w '1 ,-Nw hplgfhgi-..., ..,, ,..,..a. '. ,N .07-1.2 'r-if .. 5 3154, ,li Pm- - pw ,. Liza.. - . ,, .- fa. .:'4,gii'?'Sif' 12.1 jj,-"H . . '..f.-rw . .-3. .rv . .4 , ,. 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U1 z: o E E U: :xi Pocta I. 5 Ml rn ri C Burlal LL E V1 P-I 44 fi ln AS FJ C: oi o e Q H E on ui HS E. Eva HELMER AND THE LOVE BUG" RCW I M '?hirny', V, BGKITHCEII, B. Dukfs, U Grfrwr, F. Iflddlll Rn .T R ?111mX.u:a, I. Hugh, I, Fwffa'f111 L. Plzillig S 'HAPPY IOURNEYH LMI 1:1 Hi7fIf K Bums, B, Fxsmkr, I. Ruin, M. FLIHRI, G. '.N'?1iw. MOONCALF MUGFORDH LQ!! to rlqht I1 Wise-lay, H. Duwwehilvx, lx Bums, I. Scft, A. Mcrrison. Folty-Nme Orin fzt the idejls of Anierican education is dnrnocratic participation in experiences. Through- out thi? year the Student Council functions as fx represezitativtr- body, while all students art- afforded opporlurtities ts participaw in assembly pw-grants, Fifty CHAPEL I. Stdxvtili N. Siiiijuswit B. Slitttttdlltl STUDENT CQUNCIL Huw 1, IH! ii" rmfit M. Massillm, I, Hiiwtiait, D. Mow tim t, M. Syrnands, M. Dwsstflll Y. Bimvrialim. RCW fi I, X't'oAv0r, B. Pvtitmrt M, Bartsvtit, S. Bi1:i.it1i"or'iy, M Mdntflwstvr, XN'Q1riaitdy, A Mmpliv, G. Eininit'-. How .Q M, Herzf-, M. XN'1solvy D. ROMJIBS, VY. Bmwneilor, P Stiuttei, N. Nwlstsn, V. Clyntwi. V La- 15? ? ,wh M ' "Vw +"F'T?L'4- -,. . -H ' 3 f'?5W!"1'5f"7F4,. :mg , Q - 3.4 -f"i,f," ,urn qw. - ' .wr ,. -.Q 'G , 1, CQ ' 4- ri-1-W , -, , lg 'si hs. ..' .1 ' "' 4., M . I NLF ,f 'ff '14 ef' "Hain f- gf U IV wi ff! + 5' M 1 fl ML Il 'YR 1 I 'ff fx n W N N X W N 3 1 LCD A XV 5 , A -ex fx 'Y ,. u f-, xuwf E 9 A cv hmm Q QX fy ffgzff, JA 5 fi :fia,l "3r Q , QV Mmm 'x my ' f X M-ff X RQ W af If K h R521 Wm"' l'? Qf . l 54 4 " -1 -J ,6,g Success CJGPGFICIS UPON - - IJ lllllllllmi In Alertness - - Accuracy - - Attentiveness It T A if Qgff 4 gk I . WN. . - . V lmaginafion - - lnspiration - - lnclividuality Fiftyfour Vitality - - and - - Vision Fify X Q I 5 ww 1' ew H 'x F I .fr I y . 1 , , if K fg- 1 Wh- + Gif E az' L A it 3 ' 'Si i h W - im, ' ' . , Q '12 '- . ww, 1 A 5 W '2' :... ' , N . W . fb . A M .,. 1 L. W Vw ,,,,, Z 54, 1 5 5 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Cltartictf r, srrliriarslrirt, le-aderrsliiyz, and service are the basic principles for member- alrirw in lllfl Natitnal Hcfnfr Society. ln order to be eligible to election, students must mv-'t rrmintainfrl an sclrrtlastic avvraric of "B" since the beqinninq of the nintli grade and must straw rtvitlr-rrf-ft tit liavintr teen cf service to the school. Candidates who qualify in sf-rvirv ancl st-liclarsliirv are tlifn rated ky olcl members, follow candidates, and faculty "ri rliaractf-r ami lwarlx rsltiqt. livfi ,tri cw nt cl tlrr' uirricr c-lass may le electfd in the second sorncster and ten 1-fr Cf nt at tlrr- sf nimr class in tlia' srccrrcl Serrrc-stcr of tlie junior year. 'l'lr+- frrit lf rn fit tltis srcil ty is tlirf l-:fystrrrfv and tlarrrinq torcli. On the keystone, at its tt nr ff rnf rs, art tlrt lfllf'I5 tf. tj, L, S. starrrlincg lor tlie four principles cf its organization. Fifty Eiqlit NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY si1NiORs How I R. LlDi'l'lU'T, M, laclcrrrari G, Bvrinrtt, P, Caryenter, A. Bcw man, l. Rticlr, l... Bowers, M Lylrar-war. How 2 P. YValtvr's, I. Salt, H Halitr, A. Mrwriiscn, V. Clyrncr Fl. Eartmi, H. VVilson, M. Hall, B Sirnrncrrs, C, Sttfttlcr. Flew F l. Pocta, C. Tliatclrvr, l Rvyrirtltls, K. Prrirns, li. Hillcry, l Llyrtrs, ll, laclzritari, E, W'ittmi rrrvfr ,rf ,t lUNlOl-iS flew' t ixl. Ftillrr, l. llrivlsclivr D. lift-arts. l. Fftarrla. M, Zfllvr IX. Mtirrlry. Frm' ff ll. Fnntli, S. lXlvrrt-roriivry V. llutlrnan, l. l?W'fllllllullUll, R iAr!4llLilll. MEMBER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 5 i ,,- X L.. Qc V, I 4 2 x ' Q J MR. SNYDER MHS. GHEER MR. SHIVELY MR. CLAFLIN MH. BAUGHMAN Fifty-Nine v'g,.f- .A . 2 , -ff? sw V, il fa ,W X ww N Q, I A sg Wx AZN? in ' " ' ,sf ,i,fwf'g-' 1 ,, , f -mf" f fi A F TI? I X K Sh., 95 hx, iss A Q iw W, ggi' 3 5 Illia .S 1 'R 44, T IS, .EV1 sl' , ix: 'n , I l:4'3f1zN f X f ASW' - . 2 'fl Q5 liizwifw K A ,gg A f A FE 34552 L A,.iN5..ff? ii I .,., , fewfwwlwa' ' f, . - .wxgj 11 ' fikyf .L"4, 3 . Wmllay Trzhling 625 Qjluppy 6' 0. Social Stationery Complete Office Furniture Books Printinv 'Blank Books Greeting Cards Service Uffice Supplies 5 6 Z School Supplies PHONE MAIN 188 406 soUTH MAIN STREET FINDLAY, oH1o CONN BAND INSTRUMENTS GENERAL ELECTRIC GIBSON GUITARS REFRIGERATORS LEEDY AND LUDWIG DRUMS RANGES Pk Pk Dk Uk PIANOS ORGANS STEINWAY 73 SONS EVERETT ORGATRON Many Others SOLOVOX THE B. S. PORTER SON COMPANY Phone Main 525 530 South Main Street EVERYTHING IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Over 50 Years in Findlay K A N E L , S Compliments of . . . f o r . . . ALTMEYER Griffon HQTEL Clothes IIIFFIIRE 'IIAL 'PEEL CAR 00. AIR DUMP CARS MINE CARS MINE LOCOMOTIVES BURDEN-BEARING LOCOMOTIVES RAIL CARS HOADLEYS RUG 81 Compliments of CLEANING C0. WALQREEN 54 Years at 131 North Cory Street Phone 100 Findlay, Ohio New Floor Coverings and Phone 3300 Findlay' Ohio Rug Cleaning C pliments of OIT? DAVID KIRK SONS COMPANY VVho1esale Grocers DISTRIBUTORS OF Clover Farm Foods Compliments of W F I N STOWELL S I Congratulates You MARKET HOME-KILLED MEATS PHONE 3100 News on the Hour Every Hour 1330 on Your D'1 M Y talls the Birthstone' ' 'mln'- pw? pmfw ,QW fe!! W? Neglected hands can not be beauti- ful hands...yours need not have that uncared-for, roughened look if you use Sofskin Creme. Rich, velvety Sofskin will make your hands softer, smoother and whiter. It is the pre- ferred hand treatment of millions of women. Ask for courtesy Sofskin application at your Beauty Salon SOLSMIH CREME I in the Black ' and Gold Jars 35'-60'-31.00 SIZES SUFSKIII UOIPAIIY. FIIIDLAY. Ull Pianos and Band Instruments Expert Piano Tuning Phones: 215-M and 1044 TWining's Music Store and Studios The Only Exclusive Music Store in Findlay Compliments of FINDLAY HOBBY SHOP 106 East Sandusky Street Sheet Music Records Lessons Given on All Musical Instruments FINDLAY, OHIO 809 South Main St. Findlay, ,Ohio Compliments of CENTRAL RUBBER AND STEEL CORPORATION FINDLAY, OHIO Main 3340 Phone Main 171 Established 189 7 THE TARBOX-MQCALL STONE COMPANY Crushed Stone and Stone Sand Prompt Delivery 852 Western Avenue Courteous Service Findlay, Ohio Home of HOME-KILLED MEATS and HOME-MADE MEAT PRODUCTS elf ik DYSINGER MEATS 112 East Sandusky Phone 178 Compliments of SIMON Sz SMITH Barber Shop Congratulations Class of '44 Ulf Pk THE COOPER CORPORATION Today As B. P. H5 Service Is Important! We Serve the Findlay Motoring Public Courteously and Efficiently For Their New Cooper Tires and Tubes Tire Recapping and Repairing Marathon Gasoline and Oils COOPER SERVICE M at Hardin F dl y Oh B fore Pearl H arbo THE FINDLAY PUBLISHING COMPANY Ci? Publishers of The Republican-Courier When Buying LUMBER- Compliments of Remember This Advertise LET-S ASK CHESTER P. SMITH The Lulnber Monurnents Cornpany W. Crawford St. Findla O Back of Post Office 216 W. Crawford St. Ph Est hed 1881 Better Values Better Service Better Food FF JF CITY MARKETS TI-IE PAGE DAIRY 22ZBroadway PHONE MAIN 1057 Milk - Cream Visit FINDLAY, OHIO - Butter - Ice Cream Our Dairy Store BAIR ELECTRIC Generators, Starting Motors, Compliments of Ignitions, Speedometers and Memos MANUFACTURING PHONE 388 COMPANY 129 W. Main Cross St. Findlay, Ohio Compliments of I-I. j. HARRINGTON CHEVROLET COMPANY Motor and Generator Rewinding and Repairing A11 Work Guaranteed Findlav Armature Co l. 417 West Main Cross Street FINDLAY, OHIO R. R. SHEELY Phone Main 7 6-J BRUCE B. BRYAN Builders' Supplies and Cement Products 409-11 W. Main Cross St., Phone 257 and 1007 Western Avenue, Phone 494 Watches - Dlamonds Space Donated Silverware "Jewelers Since 1885" by PERFECT GIFTS G. R. Thompson 81 Sons A. G. 85 R. E. FULLER 608 SOUTH MAIN STREET ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 2nd door south of Harris Theatre Compliments of The BUCKEYE TRACTION DITCI-IER COMPANY Pk ik FINDLAY, GHIO LOUI E, Compliments of ' The Blcycle Man 217 North Main sneer, Findlay, ohio We Make Wheels Round- 8l Do Business on the Square Miles of Smiles on a Bicycle "JlM'S PLANE DlIlN'T EUME, BACK, TODAY" Him was my Buddy!! "I don't know why Jim and l hit it off the way we did. Maybe it was because I never had a kid brother, and Jim, well . . .Jim was a good kid. Quiet. Serious. Used to talk, once in a while, about a girl back home. . . Showed me part of a letter he was writin' to her, last night. just before his flight took off . . . I-Ie must have felt it was a pretty dangerous job. for I remember he wrote something like this . . . " 'I guess what we're fightin' for is pretty important, Beth. Otherwise so many Americans wouldn't have fought for it and died for it, back through so many years. If anything should happen to me. Beth. remember that, will you? . . .' "l'm mailin' that letter to Beth. I'm also mailin' a copy of it in a hot steel envelope to every Messerschmitt I get in my sights. That'll make Jim feel good, I know. But not near as good as it would make him feel to know every one of you folks back home is keepin' up the fight. where he left off. I guess it's little enough to do for Jim-to take rationing cheerfully without griping, to put a little extra sweat in that war job of yours, to reach a little deeper into your pocket to buy War Bonds. "That's about the most appropriate wreath you could lay for Jim ,... for all of the Jims back through the years to '76 who fought and died that our kind of country might live." THE OHIO OII. COMPANY Refiners and marlrefers of Gasoline and Oil . . . Best in the Long Run Care for Your Car for Your Country Try Our Frosted Malteds DIETSCH BROS. Home-Made Candies and Ice Cream 330 West Main Cross Street Pho 954 J RAY'S BAKERY P-A-L-M STEAK HoUsE 3 ak QUALITY Fooos 315 North Main Street AND BEVERAGES 20 West Main Cross Street PHONE 113 DLAY, O Phone 7720726 You! STA DARD C239 Z1I11lE51IRfID1I1Q1lF9Qf LYNN A. LYON Q O-iglal 5 cc COM PANY ,,.,,1l,f,.f',,, I. I. ht. 0 in 533 N. Main St. Harris Theatre Bldg. Phone 569-W Phone 975 N. S. GATES 81 SON Wise and Farquar Furnaces Lennox Air Conditioning Ambler Asbestos Roofs Barrett Bonded Roofers OVER 50 YEARS OF SERVICE T H E North Side Mercantile GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE We carry a complete line of CLOVER FARM FOODS also ' BIRDS EYE FROZEN FOOD FREE DELIVERY Phone Main 656 818-22 N. Main St. Compliments of A T H E BEACLE Barber Shop If You Want Both- QUALITY AND SERVICE Try KROGERS We Own and Operate Our Cleaning Plant WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Kroger Dry Cleaners 131 W. Main Cross Phone 31 FREE DELIVERY FINDLAY. OHIO Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1944 THE OHIO FUEL GAS COMPANY 509 South Main Street PHONE 948 WALTER WELLMAN RECREATION 12 DELUXE BRUNSWICK ALLEYS One of Ohio's Finest 132K East Crawford Street Phone 288 You're Assured of - - Quality Merchandise Smart Styles Fair Prices u I When You Shop at C. W. PATTERSON 81 SON "FINDLAY'S HOME-OWNED DRY GOODS STORE" THE NATIONAL LIME Sz STONE COMPANY FINDLAY, OHIO Crushed Stone for A-L-L Purposes Bk Pk AGRICULTURAL LIME ' FINISHING LIME I MASAON'S LIME Complimffrls of ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE THE . . S02 . . S eneer - Patterson Turner - Fenstermaker p A gency Shoe Company First National Bank Building "Quality Shoes Since 1889" PHONE 983 BARNHART FUNERAL HOME F1'ndlay's Oldest Establishment F. M. BARNHART C. O. SMITHSON, Manager Phone 185 j. C. HOCHSTETTLER SONS Grain, Feed and Supplies FINDLAY FoREsT VANLUE WHARTON , Always something new for your Bernard Bigelow requirements and for every occasion INSURANCE DRESSES - COATS - SUITS SPORTSWEAR SURETY BoNDs and ACCESSORIES 305 First National Bank Building Phone Main 48 Findlay. Ohio .I E A N F R O C K S Refresh Yourself D R I N K IN BOTTLES 11-3sToN WARNER, C E N T R A L Realtor DRUG STORE Sells First-Class City Properti and Farms if Y E Bhd! 0 "The Rexall Store" Office 3rd Floor Niles Building T O W N - H O U S E COmp,,,m,,,,s O, HomeofGood Food HQMERF- BEAN Across from the High School ak Dk 201 West Main Cross Stree jeweler JACK GRINDELL, Manager Compliments of FRED KLEIN S1 SON, Plumbing RAY 4's FGORS L 81 W Restaurant S?1l'ldWlCl'1 Shop STEAKS AND enops Home-Made Pies Good Coffee A 'K X We Serve The Best JAMES J. SARVER, Proprietor 221 Som' Main Sm' FINDLAY. OHIO UPERFECTIGN BRAND" Canned Vegetables At Your Grocers Distributed by THE A. E. DQRSEY CQMPANY WATCHES FOUNTAIN PENS I JEWELRY SILVERWARE C0""'l'm""'S of RADIOS DIAMONDS sCoTT BRYANT's M E D L 0 C K JEWELER 213 South Main Street Foot Comfort Store QUALITY REPAWNG N. C. MEDLOCK Your Jeweler Compliments to the CLASS OF 1944 LESTER THOMAS "It Costs Little To Dress Smartlyn Class of 1918 at the DIAMONDS, WATCHES. JEWELRY ' Compliments of S. 81 S. DRUG STORE Opposite Courthouse wk as GEORGE T. STRINGFELLOW Compliments of J. NEWBERRY CO. 5, 10 and 25 Cent Store Opp' C h Compliments of UHLMAN'S Department Store Across from Courthouse PHONE 1090 FINDLAY OHIO R E E S E ' S Confectionery - News Soda Fountain Lunches and Candies 501 South Main Street Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1944 THE TROUT 81 JACKSON COMPANY "Good Furniture Since 1885" A ' ' TO BE SUCCESSFUL . . . and Independent, You Must Learn To Save. You Save When You Buy at Penney's Permey's outfits the family from head to toe. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Inc. Compliments of AL BASS Clothes HOYT - TORBET CO. PHONE 678 FINDLAY, OHIO ALLEN 'S SHOPPE New Fashions At Low Prices V I C KI F R O C K S Dresses, Coats, Allen's CoATs AND DRESSES SPOITSWCHF Next to First National Bank 325 South Main Street Findlay. Ohio "TIME" to be valuable MUST BE ACCURATE Our Watch Clinic will make "Your Time" Perfect Let "GRUBE" Fix It! 325 South Main Street Fine Repairing Hand Engraving BLACK 81 WARNER lVlen's Clothing and FURNISHINGS W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES When YOU Crave GOOD COFFEE BESS SHREVE ASK FOR Pk Dk "HI -TEST" . . I Eemmme Apparel COFFEE Roasted Fresh Daily in Find! y jk Dk ASK YOUR GROCER SCU MA STR ET imen ts o Comp! f riff GRACE MOORES BEAUTY SHOP 127 Ash Avenue PHONE Complzments of F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY 'F F X E ' I I E 1 l 4:- 'Jn -112 ,,:-5.. - 1 .M v . -.r+ 'g'.:5 5 ,sl 4 N 1, X ly, x K w f.w ,Vg '.. 5 , - ..f..f- wwf . , . X .. ,,l A mx. . 4 wx . . 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