St Johns High School - Crest Yearbook (Delphos, OH)

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Teachers Seniors , if W4 -4 4' Q A a 5' g ,ix im X343 . . givin! 'l Q, t L enior ay ' ' A , www W'-31: uhh Q sixty N. mf! . 'H- N"g-.,,,R:1 X Underclassmen Classes Organizations Activities Athletics 'WWE Www 44, A xl, QW W O U R B I S H O P THE MOST REVEREND GEORGE J. REHRING Z Monsignor Reineck 5 T7 ' DED We the students of St. John's are honored to dedicate this 1958 issue of the Crest to the Right Reverend Monsignor Carl F. Reineck. Monsignor celebrated his Ruby Jubilee to the priesthood on December 22, i957 . He devoted eighteen of these forty years to improving St. John's Parish. For eighteen years he labored with boundless energy, forever striving to make the best better. His leadership in spiritual activities has inspired many young men and women to enter the priesthood and the religious life. So many vocations were made possible only by his foresight in encouraging all the parish- ioners to frequent the sacraments, to support the missions, and to give their children a Catholic education . We who are reaping the benefits from Monsignor's plan of education owe him a debt of deep gratitude. 4 Cre 57 TION He has provided for our material welfare, too. Monsignor has built schools so that there are better oppor- tunities for a good Catholic education. Monsignor Reineck also realized the need for wholesome recreation. Itwas he who made it possible for us to enloy football, basketball, our gymnasium, and all the other sports and facilities we are now enioying. We feel priviliged to dedicate this yearbook to Monsignor for the numerous benefits that he has afforded us . 5 OUR PRINCIPAL Our Principal, Father Thomas Kuhn, was born in Tiffin, Ohio, where he completed his elementary and secondary education. He obtained his B. A. degree in philosophy, while attending St. Meinrad's Seminary in St. Meinrad, Indiana. Father Kuhn then spent four years at Mt. St. Mary's of the West in Cincinnati. His studies in education were made at this time in connection with the Athenaeum of Ohio in Cincinnati, and he received his M. A. degree in philosophy from that institute in l957. Shortly after his first appointment, to our parish, in June l957, Monsignor Carl F. Reineck appointed him Principal of Delphos St. John's High School. Besides his duties as Principal, Father Kuhn is also Director of Athletics and instructor of apologetics for the senior class. This year Father has also filled the capacity of Director of Dramatics for the senior play. OUR SCHOOL SECRETARY Mrs. Henry Weisgerber, an alumna of St. John's, is the high school secretary. She keeps the school office in good running condition, by her efficiency and cheerfulness. 6 FATHER ALBERT OTTENWELLER was born in Stanford, Montana, on April 12, 1916. He received his A. B. degree at the Catholic University. He was ordained priest at Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo, June 18, 1943. After a summer assignment at St. Mary's, Sandusky, he was made assistant at St. .lohn's, Delphos, and has taught in the high school for thir- teen years. He teaches the iunior boys' religion class. R6ligiOn Teachers FATHER RICHARD MILLER wasborn in Lima in 1925. He attended school at St. Rose parish. He received his A. B. degree at St. Meinrad's Seminary andwas ordained at Holy Rosary Cathedral, Toledo, in 1950. He came to Delphos in 1955 from St. Peter 81 Paul's Parish, Sanduskyfand now teaches the junior girls' religion class. . .1 . ws. .W . sf "Feed My lambs, feed My sheep" is the call that the sisters of Notre Dame are answering. Their generosity in answering God's call makes St. John's school a reality. For this and many more things, the students owe these sisters, devoted to Our Lady, a debt of gratitude. OUR SISTERS Sister Mary Madeleine, a senior adviser, received her M. A. degree in education at Fordham University. She teaches English 4, Latin 3,4, and American history. Sister Marv Rosella received her M. A. degree in Eng- lish from the University of Notre Dame. She serves as a senior adviser and teachesEnglish 4, mechanical draw- ing, trigonometry, and advanced algebra. Sister Mary Leota received her M. A. degree at the University of Detroit. She is a junior adviser and teaches English 3, physics, algebra l, and geometry. Sister Mary Louann received her degree in business edu- cation from Columbia University andisthe head of the commercial department. Sister is a sophomore adviser and teaches bookkeeping, shorthand l, 2, typing 2, secretarial training, and religion 2. Sister Mary Aloise has an M. A. degree in Latin and English from the University of Notre Dame. Sister is a freshman adviser who teaoarvs English l, Chemistry, and religion l. Sister Mary cregory, a newcomer to the St. John's staff, received her B. S . E. from DeSales College. Sister is a iunior advise and heads the home arts department. She teaches Engl islf- 3 and directs the glee club. Sister Mary Lourde is a new member of St. John's teaching staff. Sister is a sopho- more adviser. She teaches English 2 and religion 2. DX fi Sister Mary Agnese earned her M. A. degree in educa- tion at the University of Notre Dame. Sister is a sopho- more adviser and the school librarian. She teaches gen- eral science, health, and religion 2. Sister Mary Alma receivedlrer B. A. degree Sister Mary Annelle, a new member of the at Teachers' College, Toledo. Sister, a teaching staff, received her M. Ed. from freshrvean adviser, teaches Latin l,2, gen- the University of Detroit, She is a fresh- eral mathematics, and religion l. man adviser and teaches algebra l, typing l, and religion l. Coach Robert Arnzen, head basketball and assistant football coach, has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from the University of Dayton. Mr. Arnzen, besides guiding St. John's tremendous cage team, also teaches health and driver's edu- cation. PM a r Mr. Thomas Zimmer, St. John's head football and assistant basketball coach, developed a great football team. Mr. Zimmer obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from VillaMadonna College, Covington, Kentucky in l953. He also teaches world history. Mr. Thomas Herrman did a wonderful job with our band this year, especially during the football season. Mr. Herrman was grad- uated from the University of Dayton. He also directs the grade school band and the Adult Choir. L ay Faculty Mr. Lloyd Smith of the Delphos Jefferson faculty, was graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture. He teaches vocational agriculture to the St. John's boys. iw - , M K Q 5 W ff, A .5 . . . , x xx Q N x ig .S X J X Af, .Nas sw an Y l 5 :ff K ' SGH if. ,E ,fgggiigg K - I 1 I -u A John Wellman President of the Student Council Joyce Illig Vice-President of the Student Council X. Robert Weisgerber President of the Missions li n .....,.....t...,......, ,......., 'iii' .bil ' H A I Y Thomas Gordon President of the Senior Class 'xmkf Marilyn Vorst Vice-President of the Missions TRUTH EUNUUERE Timothy McKowen Darla Wannemacher u Treasurer of the Student Council Secretary of the Student Council 12 ROBERT R. ALLEMEIER Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Crest Staff 4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Mono- gram Club l,2,3,4, Varsity Football 3, Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3,4,Varsity Track 3. CAROL BALDAUF Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Dramat- ics 4, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, Dance Committee i,2,3. FRANCES E. BEECHER Missions I, 2, 3, 4, Merit Student l, 2, 3, Student Council l, 2, Scholastic Honors l,2,3,4, Commer- cial Award 2, Shield Staff 3, 4, Crest Staff 4, Glee Club 4, Dramatics 4, .lun- ior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. I, 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, Ohio Univei - sity Workshop 3,4. DONALD P. BALDAUF Missions l,2,3,4, F.F.A, Officer 3, 4, Scholastic Honors l,2,3,4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Com. l,2,3,4. NORMAN A. BUETTNER Missions l,2,3,4, F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Acolytel,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 3,4. DIANA M. BRICKNER Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Merit Medalist l, 2, Merit Student 1, 2, 3, Scholastic Honors 2,3, Shield Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Page 3 Editor 4, Crest Staff 4, Jun- ior Prom Com. 3, Monogram Club 3, Dance Com. l, 2, 3, 4, Football Cheerleader 3, Homecoming Attendant 2. 13 sas. 4 Ja Nw JOHN P. GENGLER Missions l, 2, 3,45 Officer 45 F .F.A. l,2,3,45 Vice-Pre- siclent 45 Merit Medalist 35 Merit Student 35 Crest Staff 45 Band i5 Dramatics 45 Aco- lyte l,2,3,45 Junior Prom Com. 35 DanceCom. l,2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3,45 Var- sity Football 3,45 Basketball Cheerleader 4. IRMA R. DICKREDE Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Scholastic Honors 3,45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Com. l, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3,4. CHERYL R. DRUCKEMILLER Missions l, 2, 3,45 Merit Stu- dent i, 2, 3, 45 Scholastic Honors l, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Awards 35Crest Staff 45Shield Staff 2, 3, 45 Page Editor 3, 45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Major- ette 2, 3, 45Dramatics 45 Jun- ior Prom Com. 35 Dance Com. l, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2,45 Ohio University Workshop 3, 45 Basketball Cheerleader 25 Homecoming Attendant 45 Perfect Attend- ance l,2. THOMAS A. GORDON Class President 45 Missions ll 2, 3, 45 Crest Staff 45 Aco- lYfe l,2,3,45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Com. i,2,3,4, Var- sity Football 2,3,45 Mono- gram Club 2, 3,4. KENNETH l. GROTHAUS Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Crest Staff 45 Junior Prom Committee35 Dance Committee l,2,3,4 5 Dramatics 45 Football Var- sity 2,3,45 Monogram Club 2,3,4. DIANE C. ELLERBROCK Missions i, 2, 3, 45 Scholastic Honors l,45 Crest Staff 45 Glee Club 3,45 Dramatics45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Committee l,2,3,45 Perfect Attendance l,3,4. 15 JOHN E. GROTHAUS Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Student 25 Acolyte l,2,3, 45 Commercial Awards 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Committee 3, 45 Monogram Club 4. MARJORIE E. FISCHER Missions l,2,3,45 Mission Representative 45 Merit Medalist 2,35 Merit Stu- dent l, 2, 35 Scholastic Honors 35 Commercial Awards 35 ShieldStaff Typ- ist 3,45 Crest Staff Typist 45 Glee Club l5 Dramatics 45 Dance Com. l,2,3,45 Monogram Club 45 Per- fect Attendance l,2,3. DONALD Z. HALL Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Student 25 Scholastic Honors 45Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Monogram Club 2, 3,45 Varsity Foot- ball 45 Basketball Manager 2, 3,45 Perfect Attendance 2. HELEN A. GRONE Missions l,2,3,45 Student Council Officer 45 Merit Student l, 2, 3, 45 Scho- lastic Honors 2, 35 Com- mercial Awards 2,35 Shield Staff Typist 3,45 CrestStaff Typist 45 Glee Club l,35 Dramatics 45 Dance Com. l,2,3,45 Monogram Club 45 Basketball Cheerleader 45 Perfect Attendance l,2. CAROLYN J. HIMROD Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Repre- sentative 35 Merit Student l, 2, 35 Scholastic Honors l, 2, 3, 45 Crest Staff 45 Shield Staff 3, 45 Co-editor 45 Glee Club I5 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Com. l, 2, 35 Ohio University Workshop 4. ROBERT J. HOFFMAN Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Student 25 Crest Staff 45 Acolyte l, 2, 35 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Committee l,2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance l,2. 16 api, .159 , pu YQ' ww -xv ai? X ffl? lfx Tax Q60 sw 'Q JAMES R. KUNDERT Missions l,2, 3, 4, Scholas- tic Honors l,2,3,4, F.F.A. 4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee l,2,3,4, Baseball l, 3,4. JANICE M. MEYERS Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Crest Staff 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee i,2,3,4, Monogram Club 2, 3,4. JANICE P. MUELLER Missions l,2,3,4, Scholas- tic Honors 3, 4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee l,2,3,4. RICHARD A. LAUSE Missions I, 2, 3,4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee l,2,3,4, Perfect Attendance l,2. CHARLES F. LAUSER Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, Merit Meda- list l,2,3, Merit Student l, 2,3,4, Scholastic Honors l, 2, 3,4, Dramatics 4, Acolyte l,2,3,4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. I, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, Basketball l, Varsity Football 3, Base- ball i,2,3,4. BARBARA E . OTTE Missions i, 2, 3, 4, Mer it Medal ist 3,Scholastic Honors 4, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Blue Jettes 2,3, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. SANDRA A. PATTHOFF Missions l,2,3,4, Student Council Representative 2 , Merit Medalist 2, 3, Merit Student l,2,3,4, Scholastic Honors l, 2, 3, 4, Commer- cial Awards 2, 3, Crest Staff 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l,3, Monogram Club 2, 3, Basketball Cheerleader 3, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, DanceCom. l,2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, Homecoming Attendant 2, 3 . TIMOTHY L. MCKOWEN Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Mission Officer l, Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Merit Meda- list l, Merit Student l,2,3, 4, Scholastic Honors 3,4, Crest Staff 4,Shield Staff 4, Acolyte l,2,3,4, Dramatics 4,Junior Prom Com.3, Dance Com. l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, Basketball Publicity Manager 4. JOHN P. MINNING Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Merit Stu- dent l,2, Dramatics 4, Jun- ior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 3,4. JOYCE M. PLUMPE Missions 2,3,4, Merit Stu- dent 3, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee 3,4. JANE M. POHLMAN Missions i,2,3,4, Commer- cial Awards 3,4, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Dramatics 4, Jun- ior Prom Com . 3, Dance Com- mittee l, 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 4. KENNETH L. MILLER Missions l,2,3,4,F.F.A. l, 2,3,4, Officer 3, Acolyte l,2,3,4, Dramatics 4, Jun- ior Prom Com. 3, Dance committee 2, 3, Monogram Club l,4, Football Cheer- leader 4. Z0 DAVID R . MUE LLER Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Merit Student i, 2, 35 Scholastic Honors 3,4 Shield Staff 45 Sports Co- editor 45 Crest Staff 45 Dra- matics 45 Acolyte l,2,3,45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Committee l,2,3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4. JEAN E. POTHAST Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Medalist l5 Merit Student l, 2, 3,45 Crest Staff45 Band I, 2,3,45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Com. l,2, 3,45 Monogram Club 2, 3,45 Librarian Assistant 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4. SHARON D. POTHAST Missions l, 2,-3, 45 Scholastic Honors 2, 3, 45 Commercial Awards 3, 45 Library Typist 2,3,45 Blue Jettes 25 Dra- matics 45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance i, 3, 4. FRANZ NEUMANN German lmmigrant5 Missions 45 Dramatics 45 Dance Com- mittee 4. MELVIN E. NOMINA Missions i, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Merit Medalist i, 2,35 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Offi- cer 45 Scholastic Honors 45 Acolyte l,2,3,45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Com . 35 Dance Committee l,2,3,45 Perfect Attendance l,3. PATRICIA A. RAHRIG Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Medalist 25 Merit Student l, 2, 35 Crest Staff 45 Glee Club l, 3, 45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Com. 35 Dance Committee l, 2, 3,45 Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Queen 4. 2.1 MARY L. RECKER Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Merit Stu- dent l, 2, 3, 4, Scholastic Honors l, 2, Crest Staff 4, Blue Jettes l, 2, 3, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. l,2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 2,3. JAMES N. POWELL Missions l,2,3,4, Scholas- tic Honors l,2, 3, 4, Drama- tics 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Dance Committee l,2,3,4. WILLIAM E . SCHMERSAL Missions l,2,3,4, Acolyte l, 2, 3, 4, Crest Staff 3, 4, Named Crest l , Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com . 3, Dance Com. l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Cheerleader 4,Varsity Foot- ball 3,4, Baseball l,2, Track 3, Ohio University Workshop 3, Perfect Attendance 2. SHARON L. REKART Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Merit Medalist 3,4, Merit Student l,2,3,4, Scholastic Honors l, 2, 3, 4,Commercial Awards 3, Crest Staff 4, Typist 4, Shield Staff 3,4, Typist 3,4, Glee Club l, 2, Majorette 2,3,4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. l,2, 3,4, Monogram Club 2, 3,4, Basketball Cheerleader 4. BERNARD T. SCHWINNEN Missions l,2,3,4, F. F. A. l, 2, 3,4, President 4, F. F.A. National Representative 4, Acolyte l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 3,4, Monogram Club l. CATHERINE V. RENNER Missions l,2,3,4, Commer- cial Awards 2, Band l, 2, 3,4, Officer 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Dance Com. l,2, 3,4, Monogram Club 4, Ohio University Workshop 4, Per- fect Attendance l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 4. THOMAS V. STANT Missions l, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. i,2,3,45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 Dance Com. 1,2 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 4 5 Dramatics 4. I ANGELA R. RENNER Missions l,2,3,45MeritStu- dent 35 Scholastic Honors 3, 45 Blue Jettes 2, 3,45 Drama- tics 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 Dance Com. l,2, 3,45 Monogram Club 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 4. JUDITH R. ROBISON Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Stu- dent I5 Scholastic Honors I, 3, 45Commercial Awards 3,45 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Com- mittee l, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 3,45 Drama- tics 4. RICHARD L. SUEVER Missions I, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. l,2,3,45 Dramatics 45 Jun- ior Prom Committee 35 Dance Committee i, 2,3,4. RONALD B. ULM Missions I, 2, 3,45 Merit Medalist 35 Dramatics 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Dance Com. l,2,3,4. DOROTHY A. SCHWERTNER Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Merit Medal ist l, 2, 3, 45Merit Stu- dent l,2,3,45 Crest Staff 3, 45 Band l,2,3,45 President 45 Junior Prom Com . 35 Dance Com. I, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 253,45 Ohio Univer- sity Workshop 45 Perfect Attendance 46 Dramatics 4. iw MARILYN R. VORST Missions l, 2, 3, 4, Officer l, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Student Council 3, Vice- President 3, Merit Student l,2,3,4, Scholastic Honors l,2,3,4,Crest Staff 4, Glee Club l, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com, Co-chairman 3, Dance Com. i,2,3,4, Mon- ogram Club 3, Basketball Cheerleader 3, Ohio Buck- eye Girls' State 3. DARLA J. WANNEMACHER Missions i, 2,3,4, Officer 2, Student Council 3,4, Merit Medalist i,MeritStudent l, 2,3, Scholastic Honors i, 3, 4, Commercial Award3, Shield Staff 2, 3,4, Typist 3, 4, Crest Staff i,3,4,Maior- ette 2,3,4, Glee Club l,2, 3, 4,Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. l,2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2,4, Bas- ketball Cheerleader 2,0hio University Workshop 2. JOHN F. WELLMANN Missions l, 2,3, 4, Officer 2, Student Council 3,4, Presi- dent 4, Merit Medalist 2,3, Merit Student i, 2,.3, 4,Scho- lastic Honors i, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Officer 3, State Officer 4, Crest Staff 4, Acolyte l,2, 3,4, Drama- tics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com . i, 2, 3, 4, Mono- gram Club l,2,3,4, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Basket- ball 2,3,4, Captain 4. FRANK C. WILLIAMS Missions i,2,3,4, Acolyte l, 2, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee i,2,3,4. LEANN M. WEGER Missions l, 2, 3,4,Represent- ative 3, Merit Medalist 3, Merit Student l, 2, 3, 4, Scholastic Honors i,2,3,4, Crest Staff 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Shield Staff 4, Maiorette l,2,3,4, Dramatics4,Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. l, 2, 3,4, Monogram Club i, 2,3,4, Ohio Buckeye Girl's State 3. VALETA A. WIECHART Missions l,2, 3, 4, MeritStu- dent l,2, Shield Staff 3,4, Crest Staff 3,4, Band l, 2, 3, Dramatics 4, Junior Prom Com. 3, Dance Com. l,2, 3,4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Ohio University Workshop 3 . LORETTA M. WIENKEN Missions l,2,3,4g Scholas- tic Honors 2, 3,45 Commer- cial Awards 3, Blue Jettes 3,45 Dramatics 4, J u n i or Prom Committee 3, Dance Com. l,2,3, PerfectAttend- ance l,2,4. PATRICIA WROCKLAGE Missions l, 2, 3, 45 Meg-if Sm- den' l,2, 3, Scholastic Hon- ors 2135 Crest Sfdff 4, Jun- ior Prom Committee 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 3,45 Mono.. 9"0m Club 3, Football Cheer- leader 3, Dramatics 4. Lwljjfgryllflf 2r1?HL'fF' M ELIZABETH ANN POHLMAN We, the class of '58 are very proud of our one classmate , Elizabeth Ann Pohlman, who has alreadygiven her four yearsas apreparation to herlife'swork-- Religion. Betty is now in the Novitiate of the Sisters of Notre Dame at Toledo, Ohio. May God give you the grace to carry out your vocation. 26 MN ZEN!!! - br 1 'f .-,- is 1' ""' i- S ' " 1.-ii g ,V Larry Holden was chosen as Salutatorian, and Patricia Rahrig as Valedictorian. This honor was bestowed on them on the basis af their having attained the highest scholastic average for four years. Sn.ffw.a.,.Ms.m.er.,. -4 93.q,em5iLi1g.auLi,ns.,i N X Gommwwagw 5PM-M-lw"1"""1 d Qlawfmkumv Y -nr , Z7 Sophomore-Freshmen Honor Students Standing left to right are Ann Holden, Judith Dean, Frederick Wiecher, Mary Kay Wurst, Mary Kay Weigle, Myrna Bradshaw, Virginia Osting, George Irnber, Frances Wiecher, Carolyn Gershutz, Michael Meyer, Donna Reinemeyer, Thomas Fortner, and Jane Fruend. Kneeling are Dieter Schneider, Gregory Gerschutz, Elizabeth Beecher, William Lauf, John Grone, Robert Weger, Gary Kimmet, and Shiela Rahrig. Junior-Senior Honor Students Standing left to right are Joyce Illig, Norlynne Grewe, Carolyn Himrod, Patricia Kimmet, Marilyn Vorst, Frances Beecher, Leann Weger, Thomas Weisgerber, and Richard Scherger, Kneeling are Sharon Rekart, Sandra Patthoff,Marilyn Vondran, Patricia Rahrig, and Larry Holden. Mary E, Kundert labsentl, James Powell fabsentl. Sophomore-Freshmen Merit Students Standing left to right are Carol Wanamaker, Barbara Patthoff, Louann Klausing, Constance Remlinger, Mary Kay Wurst, Irma Carder, Ann Reinerneyer, David Kill, Jane Kundert, Robert Drewyore, Raymond Mueller, Mary Kay Weigle, Barbara Pohlman, and Joyce Kill. Kneeling are Susan Minnig, Ann Holden, Margaret Horstman, Marilyn Wagnner, Lindawnstrich, Virginia Osting, Edna Brinkman, Frances Wiecher, Marie Buettner, and Charles Scherger, Lewis Seffernick fabsentl. ir, P413 Junior- Senior Me rit Student s Standing left to right are Daniel Will, Joyce Illig, Marilyn Vorst, Carol Haunhorst, Norlynne Grewe, Sharon Manore, Dorothy Schwertner, and Richard Scherger, Kneeling are Melvin Nornina. Margaret Wrasrnan, Diane Kundert Sharon Rekart, Margaret Brinkrnan, Janice Meyers, and Richard Merschrnan, Mary Elaine Kundert labsentl. 1 1 ua, Class Play JOYCE ILLIG as WIDOW PIPER, FRANCIS BEECHER as JANE, MARGARET BRINKMAN as HILDA, LEANN WEGER as MARY, NANCY STALLKAMP as FlAIRIE QUEEN, WILLIAM A. KROEGER as MASTER TOY-MAKER, JOHN WELLMANN as ALAN, MARILYN VORST as JILL, PATRICIA KIMMET as BO-PEEP, TIMOTHY MCKOWEN as TOM, RICHARD DUKES as BARNABY, ROBERT HOFFMAN as GONZORGO, and WILLIAM SCHMERSAL as RODERIGO. B AISI!-Z 5 TOY SOLDIERS marching their best: William Weigle, Bernard Schwinnen, Richard Lause, Charles Lauser, Frank Williams, William M. Kroeger, Larry Holden, Richard Suever, Norman Buettner, James Kundert, Robert Weisgerber, Kenneth Grothaus, Ronald Ulm, and Mr. Charles Gedert, their teacher. .3 rx U 0 .2 0 0 Robert Hoffman as Gonzorgo and Will- iam Schmersal as Roderigo, show a step or two to display their abilities. iz' 5 !': 6 0 0 NID Dondies These Boys need practicel Left to right: Melvin Nomina, Thomas Gordon, Arnold Fischer, V fl Edwin Holdcreve John Grot- Robert Allemeier, Robert Kawerma . ' . haus, and their instructor Fran Ste Eugene Fischer and Ed Wrasman, St. John's Ab0Ve Rlghf- Tl"e5e f0Uf ladies, MYS- caretakers, clean the school daily. Bock'-'51 Mrs- W0l'lml"0ff1 MTS- Clark, and Mrs. Bair prepare all cafeteria lunches Left. Ollie Seuver is chief mamte nance man and all-around helper. I FOOTBALL HELPERS: Row l. FrancisWeisgerber, Donald Grothouse, Clair Steinhour, Hubert Ricker, Mr. J. Meyers, A. J. Meyers,Row2. Rev. Thomas Kuhn, William Van Pelt, Eugene Laudick, Mrs. Harry Backus, George Grothouse. BASKETBALL HELPERS: Row l. Francis Weisgerber, Clair Steinhour, Donald Grothouse, Lloyd Smith, A. J. Meyers, Row 2. HubertRicker, Rev. Thomas Kuhn, Raymond Pohlman, Walter Foster. Above. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Backus are the concessions operators at foot- ball and basketball games. Alphonse Borgelt is athird cus- todian of school and church. Q .W-gal .J I I ::.. : - jf .,.- 5 '22-19" VlEZf!f!If5f?E7'?l?3'3'f?i37'W'3'Z " ' " ' 1K?LHf!?fM'3? 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New N Eggdi5 a,gaLxh in Fha 'bm ,. 5 .ig n H5 F Ronald Alspaugh L' Qlylv : Marjorie Bockey D fy" Charles Ashby fr' 1:1 - ' Vivian Bonifas ' uniors , eg'- Sandra Dienstberger George Bullis Marlene Dietering Robert Burger Larry Cramer Marcia Ditto Robert Etskorn Doris Elwer Phyllis Fetzer Phillip Fetzer Diane Fought James Freund Robert Freund Jane Gabel James Fortener Kathryn Granger Norlynn Grewe Thomas Gerdernan Helen Hammond Alan Goergens Paul Grothous Carol Haunhorst Lewis Hesseling Norma Haunhorst Mary Jane Holdgreve 1 uniors Mary Hemphling Donald Imber Lois Hesseling Kenneth Kaverrnan Charles Korb Teresa Kaverman Howard Klaus Patricia Kill Patricia Klier Robert Liebrecht Patricia Knebel Fred Lisk Robert Martin Diane Kundert Paul Meyer Carole Lause Janice Lause Richard Merschman Sharon Manore William Meyers 'Daniel Mueller Nancy Miller Thomas Nomina Judith Moenter Arlene Rode Kenneth Noonan Judith Rode Roger Osting 'ff2,'sr-221321111 5535" 'z, .g ggKg2tg?fgs55txv'ra- .wif .sg sw mrsem. , - M S 5 .J . 3 Q 5 32 22, wi fl' 4 ag fix Z Q, N 3. 5, Qt, 2 35 ..,,..,, Egg, ,. ,. 5 W.: ,.:: v,i: P ,isis YQ, , X Fai?'97Q5E?4e?5ff Z. -i, H- E.. - .W-i.:-...:w:f-1-,- J - 22 ,i . 55 at - Ea, iw W Q. ,L I. ft , ar m 5 i x 'E .5 .... 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A gggm fs "' N. uniors Robert Renner Judith Reinerneyer Richard Scherger Phyllis Saum Norma Shumaker Donald Schirnmoeller Carol Spieles George Schwinnen Robert Siefker Mary Trentrnan Theodore Spieles Marilyn Vondran Janice Wanamaker Anthony Stepleton Darlene Wiechart Norbert Suever Jack Ulrich Ann Wiesgerber Donald Warnecke iff 24,1 22 Carolyn Wilson Margaret Wrasrnan Thomas Warnecke Ann Youngpeter Melvin Wagner Darrell Wieging Thomas Weisgerber D Donald Wur st M -- A 3 ,L 5 5 13 'sw S , , , I ga 1? w -H X ig M :H Q wafer si ' e 2i ff P W 1 K l ' W' M w " 'f f f Q is gk M , " " 13 31 X ,. W fs.. . 5 15 YA 3 Kenneth Wurst Daniel Will ' CWUD ,t f yay.- . l J i '91 .fx 4 if 4 1 1 X I 2 'W nl A v , -7, ' A va v . L N 262-2f'2?'i1 . fr 'Zim n " ' Je ' 'P 14 , me ww 22 E is V elk 4 rl-1 1 Stanley Backus Frances Albright John Baird Melba Allen Irvin Baldauf Marcia Altman Stanley Carder Alice Ashby George Cross Arlene Baldauf Robert Drewyore Elizabeth Beecher Raymond Eggernan David Etzkorn 5 ? J-Q , 'Q' Carol Brickner ff -4 5 MW x M 5 5 m Judith Dean Norman Fischer Rita Etzkorn Owen Geist Carolyn Gerchutz Robert Gengler Lynn Griffis Norman Gerdeman Mary Grone Stephen Grone Ann Holden Kenneth Hempfling Elizabeth Horstman George Imber Margaret Horstman iffy .fi , 'Z' Sophomores at , , 3 .a lo?" ' - . ,, 5. i ,Q ,I " "1.'5" .4'-,, M Fi ,Q , iaf y 9 K - -" Y' . 3"x 'v- is x in - . f H ' ' . i - X 1 A Y kj ., . 3 I ' . ,gs 4 17' , hai, ' if if 'Jr ' '. e,g4:,, f ' f if l "' - 4' w i wi 2 -4' .- . 0 v Ki' K 'rar 'NY' 'ii' -' Q f 1 .- -9, James Kesler Sophomores L 5, , V- .,,. . C X . : I K' , C' 335. ,if - fiifiw ' 2 - .' if C 3 rw ,Z,A h I ..,q Q V AH-hE'g,E:" P f L' r '.-s:Sfl':l5-fem ,E-f' 2 . 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W Carolee Johnson Edward Klaus Carolyn Kehres Thomas Knebel Joyce Kill Donald Korb Therese Kimmet Carl Kortokrax Virginia Kimmet Thomas Kroeger Paulette King William Lauf Louise Ann Klausing Eugene Lause Marguerite Knebel Lewis Lause Sue Minnig Robert Lause Karen Murray Ralph Lauser Jan Odenweller Gerald Liebrecht Barbara Patthoff Michael Meyer Barbara Pohlrnan Carl Miller Sheila Rahrig Ralph Mueller Bridget Rentz Ronald Noonan W- ,1,, X - '41 Terry Odenweller Joyce Schmersal Alfred Pohlman Patricia Van Oss Ronald Pohlman Rosella Vogt James Reuille Marilyn Wagner Hubert Roberts Rita Wallace Daniel Rode Sophomores X QEESMSWM lla -,Q J 'ff ' 4 - , X Joyce Robinson 3, ,ik Bl. , EQ ms 49' .- Nb. - 4' . . V. swim., V EM f ' Q 'Li' v 115 fs N P . t K .W r L -V Carol Wannemacher Ronald Rode Mary Kay Weigle Larry Rupert Linda. We strich Gary Schimrnoeller Rosella Wienken Thomas Schimmoelle r Joyce Wittle r Anthony Schmidt Alfred Seffernick Urban Shumaker Gerald Siefker Donald Smith Robert Thitoff Allyn Wiechart Fred Wiecher James Williams Nicholas Yokum af' N. K 9 A ,,k, if, ky: , ' ' N .91 3' f -qs' ? fn it I., 'J M T lg, Q P K X1 x Wt X ,ri R Nr-"4 ph I I y K A ' , ,lf , r V X it ,if Rig i ' X X ry 21 1 I ft Ax J - if .I I rif t , VU' SQ: '11 ,e,f f"'1"'iz.,w .WV ,,,. ,Q wwe ,iv ":i'7- ' - EQ. . Wi-ff'-T i' if 2 Q K 'Liu 212 Q . 1 i 5 ar? ff" v' ' Q7 Al K ' L. "- wif 2, 53,55 I -4 I . it at nv -Q' ,ff ai! , QM. 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'55 K 5 L x N Kg K .lyz Fifi Freshmen Linda Allen Richard Baumgarte Velma Bonifas Steven Bockey Melvin Buettner Myrna Bradshaw Gerald Eggeman Mary Brinkrnan Marie Buettner Thomas Fortner Irma Carder Larry Fought Gregory Gerschutz Karen Eilerman David Goergens Doris Ellerbrock Margaret Etzkorn John Grone Mary J. Friemoth Ronald Grothaus David Helrnkamp Jane Fruend Phillip Hall Roseanne Eversole Lois Gerdeman Gerald Hoffman Margaret Gerdeman Ralph Holdgreve Lois Grothause Gary Kimmet Agnes Hempfling X X A AS Freshmen , ,X X i f L f X Eillen Holdgreve David Kill Darlene Hotz Daniel Lisk David Lisk Carolyn I-Iollar Raymond Mueller Beverly Kemper Helen Kill Thomas McCabe Jane Kundert Kenneth Mueller Michael Noonan Carol Liebrecht Richard Odenweller Joyce Martin Virginia Osting Gerald Osting Margaret Pohlrnan August Plurnpe Eugene Renner Ann Reinemeyer Daniel Rupert Donna Reinemeyer ?1 1 Q1-me y ' y ' QW i"w..!-1,5 if X X may .... ., 211 1, 1- m 2 4255 jig Jig-1'--. -' .. , .'mi-ff' ,:M.55Q. 1 ,f .9 in "gi as Q n Y 1 4 3 fi: " 'H Q ,1::"E:::?I?'I"I':' mt qs' 1: 2 i sa' 11" .lat -1 .1 A 1 ??3kf35?'523332k 5' .. 11 A f g . K "' .Qs ' 1 K' -ff Wiflgafizezflisg 1 '51, :W 411 .1 1 M1 1 ivaswfww 12- ' - . 1 1 f 1 E:ESE3EEE:Ei:eE?E'f:?4-I 1 .,. 41. . FE 1 "' ' 1 1' '51 . 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L 2' - L ' wr, V :lf X X V 1 wi iff R rv' 'er 5. , Z y R x 4 HR R Q -P M A if " 1, Q znjjf R X R xx A sn . i , was YL X V 1'5" E D if of' 9 R affief be 5 Q ' 'CHQ ff f r- Freshmen Connie Remlinger Charles Scherger Darlene Ricker Ricky Schneider Joseph Seffernick Jeanne Schirnoller Lewis Seffernick Patricia Stant Marcia Stopher Robert Sickels Alice Trentman Michael Stepleton Harold Walace Lois Trentman Robert Truesdale Mary Ann Utrup Robert Weger David Wiechart Frances Wiecher Ronald Wittler Arnold Wienken Kenneth Wrasman Mary K, Wurst Roger Wurst Daniel Wurst Vernon Youngpeter HD E PARTMEN T EH 1 f ec! Ja? f 'Q J if 7 These three girls devote their time after school helping Sister Mary Agnese keep the library in order. They are Therese Kimmet, Sharon Pothast and Carolyn Gerchutz. Here are some students taking advantage of the library's facilities. They are Mariorie Horstman, Barbara Patthoff, Ann Holden, Richard Scherger, Bernard Schwinnen, Melvin Nomina, and Dorothy Schwertner. 44 5 K i l 1 1 l 5 3 l l Enioying a delicious and pretty set breakfast are: Irma Carcler, Sharon Pothast, Diane Ellerbrock, Irma Dickrecle, Sharon Rekart, and Darla Wannemacher. HCDME ARTS .gf ., svlltm X! A-'K 74. b 5 1 'i 5 I JN., 4-H Modeling prize winners at the Allen County Fair are: Marie Buettner and Virginia Osting who displayed their projects at our annual church fair. Y ff' t . . '1 I" I, 17 es. 5 i c s LarryKHolden and Robert Weisgerber demonstrate an electrostatic machine, IWorlcing Chemistry experiments for their onlookers are: Richard Merschman, George Schwinnen Ronald Alspaugh, Robert Burger, Daniel Mueller, Donald Wurst, and Thomas Weisgerber. 6 m O S I I' S I Qin Mechanical drawing students hard at work are: Thomas Stant, Donald Baldouf, Darrell Wieging, Daniel Mueller, Larry Holden, Ronald Alspaugh, Alan Goergens, Charles Korb, Robert Burger, Robert Allemeir, Robert Kaverman, Fred Lisk, and Timothy McKowen. nn 1 Ju S '59 Making a true size view of a triangle are: Charles Ashby, William A. Kroeger, Bernard Schwinnen, William M. Kroeger, Thomas Warnecke, William Schmersal, Arnold Fischer, Charles Lauser, Robert Martin, Donald Warnecke, Anthony Stepleton, Thomas Garden, William Weigle, Kenneth Grothaus, James Powell, Howard Klaus, Robert Weisgerber , David Mueller, Louis Hesseling. In PLANE GEOMETRY, Lawrence Rupert explainsexternal and common tangents to interested listeners: Owen Geist, Michael Meyer, Robert Lause, James Williams, James Kessler, Mary Kay Weigle, Fred Wiecher, David Etzkorn, Stephen Grone, Margaret Horstman, Howard Klaus, George Bullis, and Edwin Holdgreve. Mathematics + r +'X l"' David Wiechart and David Helmkamp work out a pro- blem on inteception in First Year ALGEBRA. LATIN STUDY GROUP, headed by Diane Kundert, review for future tests. Left to right: Mary Ann Utrup, Donald Korb, Alfred Seffernick, Carol Liebrecht, Darlene Ricker, Joyce Martin, Michael Stepleton, Raymond Mueller, Robert Sickles, Linda Allen, Beverly Kemper. CLASS DISCUSSION being planned by SOPHOMORES, with Daniel Rode acting as chairman. Left to right: Irvin Baldauf, Lynn Griffis, Virginia Kimmet, Edward Klaus., Ronald Pohlman, Melba Allen, Carl Miller, Thomas Knebel. Junior students, Ann Weisgerber, Vivian Bonifos, Arlene Rode, Carole Lause, Teresa Kavn- erman and Judith Rode are having a SHORTHAND PHRASE RACE. Janice Wonamaker is the timekeeper, while Marilyn Vondran scores the winner. Two smiling seniors, Jane Pohlman and Sharon Pothast, COMMERCIAL MAJORS, are busy typing. These are two of the girls who are preparing for secretarial positions after grad- uation. Much study and practice are needed to become a good secretary. UHGHHIZHTIUHS The se n i o r representatives find comfort through prayer. They are as follows: Patricia Kimmet, Mar- iorie Fischer, Marilyn Vorst, Richard Dukes, Robert Weisgerber, and John Gengler. St. John's MISSION REPRESENTATIVES. seniors, Robert We i sgerbe r , Marilyn Vorst, John Gengler, Patricia Kimmet, Richard Dukes, Mariorie Fischer, juniors: Kenneth Wurst, Sharon Manore, Donald lmber, Diane Kundert, sophomores: Michael Meyer , Ann Holden , Daniel Rode, Margaret Horstman, William Lauf and Joyce Kill fabsentj, freshmen: David Kill, Virginia Osting, Thomas Fortner, Ann Reinemeyer, John Grone, Carol Liebrecht. The first mission meeting given by the senior class was heldin honor of Monsignor Reineck. A panel discussion concerning "Catholic Youth Week and the Holy Father" was held by John Wellmann, Patricia Kimmet, Helen Grone, Richard Dukes, Marilyn Vorst, Robert Weisgerber, and Father Thomas Kuhn. A ,,,,,. Student Council Representatives: Agnes Hemphling, Robert Weger, August Plumpe, Constance Rem- linger, Mary Jane Fremont, Robert Gengler, Charles Scherger, Ralph Lauser, Mary Kay Weigle, Judith Dean, Louis Lause, Joyce Illig, Timothy.McKowen, Barbara Patthoff, JudithMoenter, Richard Merschman, Carol Spieles, Richard Scherger, Helen Grone, Darla Wannemacher, Melvin Nomina, John Well- moisyifiillosnr c:ouNc:nL Senior STUDENT COUNCIL Representativesp Melvin Nomina, Helen Grone, Darla Wannemacher, secretary, John Wellmann, president, Timothy McKowen, treasurer , Joyce Illig, vice president. 53 ,ff mxzzco run :nm-l-4l'00b Larry Holden, Arnold Fischer, Melvin Nomina, Robert Weisgerber, John Wellman, William Schmersal, Timothy McKowen, William Weigle, Charles Lauser, David Mueller. D 1 ti: s gr as ..... -. A J- , ,at J -.R , sr I il ' 5 MQ ,A fs, 1 W!! 5.j7.gw I ' .. A ",: iv aff -. Qs X1 ' 4. V ' J. -. E-S ,, if ' xg gg., g -3 Y ' 5. S J i i ' A .. C Y. X 4 is I 8 y , T , I ts, Q' 1 S 'S,,,,.,.f ' JI I Y A l '1 'ra-,vs Y V. gf, , A V5 ,, v, 'S ' XV, ' 1, X ,g l I V. . 'Z , f M? , T, l l X kx X A K i K I gg XY im ,fi t J I f 5 ,, 4 1 S I - lj X 4 lk A ' x 1 k l George Schwinnen, James Fortner, Lawrence Cramer, Robert Burger, George Bullis, Kenneth Kaverman, Charles Ashby, Stanley Backus, Donald Smith, Anthony Schmidt, Thomas Anthony Stepelton, Thomas Nomina, Richard Scherger, Daniel Knelf , Fred Wiecher, James Williams, Robert Thitoff, Ralph Mueller, Charles Korb, Richard Merschman, Donald lmber, Lauser, Terry Odenweller, William Lauf, Michael Meyers, Thomas Weisgerber, Daniel Will, Robert Renner, Allan George lmber, Donald Korb, Robert Lause. Goergens. ily" we it Michael Stepleton, Gary Kimmet, Ronald Grothaus, David Helm- kamp, Gerald Osting, David Goergens, Dieter Schneider, Charles Scherger, Daniel Wurst, Richard Baumgarte, Daniel Rupert, Melvin Buettner, Thomas Fortner, Raymond Mueller. GLQE JQLUB will Q-fins 0 5 O E web Under the direction of Sister Mary Gregory, the Glee Club, does a wonderful job of singing at Mass and at various other activities. Members of the Glee Club are the following: Row l: Darlene Ricker, Marcia Altman, Margaret Horstman, Carolyn Gerschutz, Agnes Hemphling, Doris Ellerbrock, Lynn Griffis, Row 2: Carol Liebrecht, Velma Bonifas, Susan Minnig, Helen Kill, Jean Schimmoler, Lois Trentman, Mary Fremont, Alice Trentman, Row 3: Rita Etzlcorn, Diane Kundert, Mary Ann Utrup, Frances Wiecher, Ann Holden, Alice Ashby, Jane Freund, Jane Kundert, Joyce Martin, Row 4: Myrna Bradshaw, Margaret Etzkorn, Carol Wana- maker, Joyce Robison, Constance Remlinger, Irma Carder, Carolyn Kehres, Elizabeth Horstman, Margaret Pohlman Row 5: Joyce Schmersal, Marcia Ditto, Mary Hemphling, Judith Rode, Patricia Rahrig, Arlene Baldauf, Irma Dick- rede, Sheila Rahrig, Lois Grothaus, Margaret Cross, Row 6: Barbara Pohlman, Phyllis Saum, Nancy Miller, Patricia Kill, Norlynne Grewe, Margaret Brinkman, Martha Suever, Judith Reinemeyer, Barbara Otte, Janice Lause, Theresa Kaverman, Row 7: Rosanne Eversole, Rita Wallace, Patricia Van Oss, Bridget Rentz, Kathrine Granger, Janice Wanamaker, Jane Pohlman, Carol Haunhorst, Patricia Kneble, Lois Gerdeman, Donna Reinemeyer, Row 8: Darla Wannemacher, Margaret Wrasman, Joyce lllig, Janice Meyers, Lois Hesseling, Carol Spieles, Diane Fought, Doris Elwer, Diane Ellerbrock, Arlene Rode, Frances Beecher, Norma Haunhorst, . 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'H m Us W , Q Jir M 4, . ,,,, U, J 1, Av . 4 'Q 6 ,A N 'nf Sf Mary Kay Wurst, Carol Brick- ner, Jean Gable: Bernadette Our "57-58" BLUE JETTES. Bottom left: Margaret Cross, Linda Suever, Carl Odenweller. Allen, Loretta Wienken, Susan Minnigg Second row: Lois Gerdeman, Beverly Kemper, Karen Murrey, Angela Rennerg Third row: Doris Stant, Marilyn Wagner, Mrs. A. J. Meyers, Joyce Wittler, Martha Sueve r. , I3 if V 4 x. J - J ' K , x Our BRASS Section: LouAnn Klausing, He1enHammond, James Reuille, Hubert Roberts, Mary LouCramer, Norman Buettner , Dieter Schneider, Anthony Stepleton, Mr. Thomas Herrman, Darrell Weiging. Our MAJORETTES! Leann Weger, Janice Meyers, Margaret Brinkxrian, Darla Wannemacher, Cheryl Druckemiller , S. am dr a Patthoff, Nancy, St allkamp , Sharon Rekart 9 Kneeling: Linda Westrich and Marjorie Bockey. ,J A group of STAFF MEMBERS dis- cussing the p i c t u re s . Seated: H el e n g ro n e, Margaret Cross, Janice Meyers, John Wellmann, Leann Wege r, Richard Dukes, Cheryl Druckemiller, Valeta Wie- chart, Margaret Brinkman, Patri- cia Wrocklage 5 Standing : Larry Holden, David Mueller, Timothy McKowen, Nancy S tal l k am p , Sharon Rekart, Mariorie Fischer, Thomas Gordon, Willio m S c h m e r s a I . --'V jf' I -xgik, The l958 CREST planned by Father Kuhn and the co-editors, Leann Weger and Richard Dukes. Arranging the final pages. Seated: Marilyn Vorst, Rebecca Thitoff, Frances Beecher, Joyce lllig, Patricia Kimmet, Diane Brickner, Jean Pothast, Mary Lou Recker, Standing: Diane Ellerbrock, Sandro Patthoff, Patricia Rahrig, Carolyn Himrod, Robert Kaverman, Robert Weisgerber, Dorothy Schwertner, Darla Wannemacher. E O W, ,if 1, N. Working diligently in the above picture are the co-editor and assistant EDITORS ofthe SHIELD STAFF. From left to right I I is Cheryl Druckemiller, Norl ynne Grewe, Richard Dukes, Carolyn Himrod, Joyce lllig, David Mueller, Lawrence Holden, and Diane Brickner. Reporters, feature- and NEWS-WRITERS for the Shield Staff pictured from left to right are Margaret Wrasman, Valeta Wi e c h a rt, Frances Beecher , Nancy Miller, Ann Weisgerber, Timothy McKowen, Michael Meyers, Leann Weger, Darlene Wiechart, and Diane Kundert. 5,510 my :FIM sw 'R is Q- The managing EDITOR and FOUR TYPISTS pictured at the left are proofreading their typing and preparing envelopes for dis- tribution. From left to right: He I e n Grone, Mariorie Fischer, Mary Elaine K u n de rt, Darla Wannemacher , and Sharon Rekart. George Kimmet, Melvin Nomina, Robert Fruend, Bernard Schwinnen, John Gengler, Donald Baldauf it Mtv :Q-ei A , Publicity Committee meeting at 3:I0 Thomas Nomina, Robert Renner, Kenneth Noonan, Paul Meyer, Robert Etzkorn Seniors in Vocational Agriculture Class, under the ,direction of Mr. Lloyd Smith and his assistant Mr. Arden Blyth: Arnold Fischer, John Wellman, Bernard Schwinnen, Melvin Nomina, Edwin Holdgreve, Richard Suever, Norman Buettner, Thomas Stant, William Kroeger, George Kimmet, Donald Baldauf, and John Gengler. EEITIYTITIE Reverend William A. Crenner, from the Marianist Retreat House in Dayton, was the high school Retreat Master this year. The students feltthat the time he spent here was very profitable for them. Father seriously stressed the importance of possess- ing a hierarchy of values, making correct decisions in life, and also seeking always a goal, just beyond our reach. The students of St. John's at the close of Retreat attended Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in thanksgiving to God for all graces received during their retreat. 62 Dance The dancing class under the direction of Mrs. A. J. Meyers Kathern Granger, Thomas Warnecke, James Powell, RobertSiefker, Velma Bonifas, Thomas Fortner, Anthony Stepleton, Phyllis Saum, Franz Neuman, Daniel Will, Helen Kill, Larry Cramer, Jane Freund, Thomas Weisgerber, Vivian Bonifas, Judith Moenter, Robert Burger, Frederick Lisk, and Dieter Schneider. - I X I Ill l I llf W K 1 yi L Dancing at St. John's is an everyday occurrence. Our activities room has a iuke box well supplied with "Hit Tunes." Dancing to these is great fun at noon hour or after school. Students appreciate this wonderful concession. u ,w"'M N J , R -. . ..jr U-t X x 5 k N Q 1 w' T ff l j at 'rw' is , ln J St. John's Football Team: Bottom row: Terry Odenweller lmanagerj, Richard Dukes, John Wellman, Thomas Nomina, Willi Weigle, John Gengler, Thomas Bridges, Richard Merschman, Donald Hall, William Schmersal, Theodore Spieles Qmanogerl Middle row: Reverend Thomas Kuhn fathletic directorj, George Bullis, Alan Wiechart, George Imber, Donald Imber, Kennet Wurst, Richard Scherger, Daniel Will, Kenneth Noonan, Thomas Gordon, Kenneth Grothous, Thomas Zimmer Qhead coachj Top row: Robert Arnzen Qassistant coachl, Robert Thittoff, William Lauf, Anthony Stepleton, Stephen Grone, Richard Baumgarte Daniel Rupert, Donald Smith, Fred Wiecher, Robert Drewyore, Ronald Noonan, Robert Gengler, John Yerick lfreshman coachl. or Xa -QC 5 , - 1 If f fy T fi John Yerick Tgm Zimmer Bob Arnzen Freshman Coaqh Head Football C0CClW Assistant Football Coach 1 I 5, s T, 4? John Gengler Bill Welgle Cqtain Co-Captain 66 ,Wf- A Q - 1 ISS , F E I ?Y , -f was wr . . yn? -:gsy-ck in' Thomas Gordon 002509 . Of Thomas Nomma R. nneth -lchard Me e r - A lf- lc hm an ' 54? Qgix Q It 55 xmbef 90096 Anthony Stepleton Daniel Will F red Wiec he r Ronald Sept. 1 Sept. 20 28 . 'Q- ' '57 SEASON .1-.' - Sept, 7 Shawnee lLima Toledo Macomber 24 0 ' Piqua Catholic 25 0 Versailles 13 12 L ' Coldwater Z0 i 13 Robert 'Gengler Daniel RUPCN George Imber 68 Donald Smith RECORD Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. oumpiax o o R1Chard Duke s 11' 'nicknvnle' A Lockland Wayne 18 In Noonan omis Br 1 es Ip. Ire J 11 25 Central Catholic 3 Tiffin Calvert 8 North Baltimore 6 19 6 32 Allyn Weic hart 4 , 5 1- X Rgb Richard Baumgarte ert Th' Steve Grone Hoff Robert Drewyore 69 Richard Sc he rge r Kenneth Wurst George Bullis In +'w.n" X... H 6 1 X f MN ' K QQ Y Y' 3 0 gfxsx Team Team Team 5544 74? 1 1 1 X X Qx f x S93 7am 0! 7957 4 ,X "V NXT XX., X x g 3 57.1, t w W X ww ma 2 H O M E C O M I N G ATTE NDANT JOYCE ILLIG QUEEN PATRICIA RAHRIG Pat our third Homecomin U E E ATTENDANT CHERYL DRUCKEMILLER I 9 Queen, was chosen by the students for being the most deserving senior girl . A dance was held in her honor. 72 WCG mcg BPD Gur Homecoming Queen Her Majesty And Co .--""" Uri PWWW St. John's BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom row: Paul Grothaus, Daniel Mueller, Arnold Fischer, John Wellmann QCapt.j, Robert Allemeir, Richard Schergerp Middle row: Robert Arnzen Qhead coachl, Robert Gengler, Thomas Nomina, Robert Leibrecht, Richard Merschman, Reverend Thomas Kuhn Qathletic directorlp Top row: William Lauf, Robert Thitoff, Terry Odenweller, Donald Hall Qmanagerl, Robert Drewyore, Stanley Backus. I957 I958 cf c: 52340 O! f i 4 ,J M.,- Q .L V glf m ' f t NJ fr I s Xxx I Q N ? 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' Q, 1 K ' Q 3 42' f ff kv 'S gk.. 5 'QI P55 5 QAM Baseball Picture BASEBALL Row l: Theodore Spieles, Robert Kaverman, Charles Lauser, Richard Scherger, Kenneth Kaverman, Robert Gengler, Row 2: Robert Thitoff, Terrence Odenweller, Daniel Rupert Michael Stepleton, August Plumpe, Robert Drewyore, Row 3: Robert Truesdale, Louis Seffernick, David Lisk, Jerry Osting, Lawrence Fought. TRACK Track Team Picture Row l: Stanley Backus, Kenneth Wrasman, Fred Wiecher, George lmber, and Richar Dukes, Row 2: Richard Merschman, Eugene Lause, Daniel Will, Phillip Hall, Richar Odenweller, Stephen Grone. AUTOGRAPHS


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