St Wendelin High School - Foslin Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)
- Class of 1935
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Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1935 volume:
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I I L A S S IC S
To the spiritual leadership ot a quarter Cerrturyy
to the three livihq successors ot the Apostles, who
have ruled us by the grace ol God arid the lF1Vf't' vt
the Apostolic See: to the rrrost Reverend losegli
Schrerrrbs how the zealous Bislwi' ot Clevhlfirmt who
was the first Shepherd ot the Diocese of Twlerlw 111
Ohio: tc- the Most Reve-rer1ft Srirrruel A. Stzitfili, the
secorro Bishop urrfioz whose o, isrorfal flirertzfrr St.
Vtferidelirr lligh Sehool took its place azzrorirz the edt'-
Cirtioriqrl lristitutrorre ot the diracesez to the Ill-151 Hex'
ererizl Karl I. Alter, rrr this his JL1l11lSO year, the Ilttiil
Brsliop ririd the yiresorit Shepherd of our sruuls, .rio
Corrsecrntod leader ut Qfatltolzzi Actiorr arid Cntlioliv
odueatiorr, the Prfrfegrtor of the poor arid the :1rr'l1:i:1,
the spiritual Charripiori of the c'ivQc rights ,rt Catholic
parents .mil rrlzilrlreri, to those three Bishops ot To
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Bishop, do we tho Plass ot i935 huriiivly olerl r"r tw this
severitli volurzre ot the Froslirr.
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JOSEPH SCHREMBS. D. D. KARL l. ALTER. D. D.
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As the great curtain of lite drops
and the first act ot our play is lin-
ished, we can not help but thinl-1 ot
him who has been our silent guide
lor the last tour years of school lite.
When that curtain rises again we
shall not forget our director.
His life is a most unselfish one. He
has taught us firmly by word and
example how we should live. When
we have learned the lessons, and
with the grace of God may we heed
them, may we be a credit to the one
who has labored for us and a glory
to the monument ot education, he
lived and prayed for during the last
nine years, he has spent in our midst.
On this page, the class of 1935
wishes to extend their true apprecia-
tion to their leader and Principal, the
Reverend Robert V. O'Connor.
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REVEREND ROBERT V. O'CONNOR
P R I N C I P A L
REVEREND ALBERT SCHEIBER
SISTER MARY FRANCELLA
SISTER MARY GENEROSE
SISTER MARY EVENTIA
SISTER MARY MADELEINE
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TRIBUTE, TO OUR TEACHERS
As we the departing class ot i935 stand on the threshold
of a new life, we look hack with grateful eyes to the long hours
spent in the pursuit of our curricular duties, and as our thoughts
drift along the course ol those joyous days we turn our :ninds
to the faculty under whose helping guidance and loving tute-
lage we have learned the three points tor which this school
was instituted, namely, goodness, discipline, and learning.
To them although it is lout a futile and inadequate gesture,
We extend our appreciation for their kind care always given
with a genial word of friendship and now when wo are aluout
to oid adieu to them and pass onward through these portals of
learning we thank and salute them tor their generosity and
hereby prornise, to uphold always, the horicr of our dear "Al-
ma Mater," we have come to love, and the teachings of moral-
ity and faith that they have labored so patiently to instill with-
in our rninds and bodies,
First, to Father O'Connor, the helriisrnan of the good ship,
St. Wendelin High, who persevered and fought for righteous-
ness and justice and always gave the loser more encourage-
ment for the next venture, to him do we extend our fullest
To the Sisters also, those patient watchtul religious, Sister
Mary Madeleine, Sister Mary Eve-ntia, Sister Mary Generose,
and Sister Mary Prancella, who were our almost constant corn-
panions, during our short-lived high school career, do we now
give an emblem of remembrance and give it with a kind
thought, that we may always recall our happy school days with
lt is now our time to say farewell and leave on the jour-
ney ot lite, some maybe into the far corners of the earth, but
no matter where, in what clime or what time, we will always
carry with us the loved memory of the days at St. Wendelin
High and the faculty who fought with us.
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Wendelette Staff l, 2, 3, 4
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to the most perseverinqf' "A lovinq heart is the truest wisdom."
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Quill and Scroll Society 4
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"l' envy no man who knows more than myself,
but pity them who know less
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Froslin Staff 4
Students Spiritua, Coincil 3, 4
Holy Name Society 3, 4
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First Rating Sectional Bookkeeping Contest 4
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Mission Society l, 2, 4
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lt. her eyes and in her smile."
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Mission Scctety Z
Students Spiritual Council 4
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First Honors in Spelling Contest 4
Commercial Awards 3, 4
Quill and Scroll Society 4
School lflonctrrant 4
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Drarnallss fl, 4
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"My heart is ever at your service.
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Eonhi Club 4
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Quill and Scroll Society 4
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Dramatics E, 4
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VALEDICTORIAN .... SALUTATORIAM
One of the final steps, savoring of graduation days among high school
students is the selection of commencement speakers who will represent their
class in the closing event of their high school career. The conferring of the
honors of salutatorian and valedictc-rian rests in the hands of the faculty and the
Students eligible for this distinction must have maintained high scholastic
marks during their four years in high school. They must have been consistent
and active participants in schcol activities, must give promise for the future,
must be able to speak well.
The eligibility list was arranged by the Rev. Robert V. O'Connor, prin-
cipal, and submitted to the class for nomination. Eleven seniors competed, Mary
A. Beck, Arlene Boft, Margaret links, Rose Kinney, Eleanor Sherman, Frances
Skonecki, Iohn Barrett, Lawrence Daugherty, Ioseph Madden, Paul Steyer, and
Two girls, Margaret iinks and Eleanor Sherman, and two boys, Lawrence
Daugherty and Ioseph Madden were nominated. After the votes of the facuity
and seniors were cast, Eleanor Sherman emerged, salutatorian and Lawrence
In the preliminary selection the votes were pretty evenly divided, every-
one of the eleven students received some votes. The final vote, upon which de-
pended the conferring of high honors, was a close one, and quite evenly di-
Miss Sherman has been an active student during her high school career,
and used every effort to keep her name on the honor list.
Lawrence Daugherty has been a frequent winner in the subscription cam-
paigns for the school publication and a good worker at all times.
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Earl Mage.-rs, Robert Arnoldi, Edith He-rriq, Lillian Good.
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"Our Missions! We hear them calling from the East
Our Missions! We aid the missionary priest
To teach them, convert them and guide them up the pathway of light."
Ever true to the standard of these words, is the mission society in the high
school this year. This society consists of the most active and self-sacrificing
students in the school. lt is they particularly, who have made the mission places
in many a land ahappier place because of their prayers and sacrifices. They
are members of the Propagation of the Faith and Mission Crusade with which
this unit is affiliated.
During Advent a clever letter on a silhouette of a Chinaman carried a
striking appeal, and later in Lent, mite boxes were placed at the disposition of
the students. But the biggest success came when the society launched the bake
sale. Through it was realized over fifty dollars. This amount was sent to the
Home and Foreign Missions office from which it was forwarded to missions in
India and Brazil.
As the years progress may we find these students and others, who will
be willing to follow in their footsteps, keeping up the traditions of this society.
May this phrase ever ring in their minds:
"Our Missions! When e'er it's time to do our share,
Our Missions! Let each one help them trials to bear.
We know that it's true--we'll be repaid for all we do.
Our Missions! We're loyal to you."
Seatedftlzrginia Klirteperer, Lawrence Daugherty, Marguerite Ealewage, Wi,lia
First Row-Robert l-luth, Rita Mces, Helen Erhland, Margaret Enright, Adele Bigila loar':.o I-,r n
Wbessrier, Eleazar Sherman, Niary Ann Beck Mary lane Bounds, Lucille Miller, Dorothy Enrigizt.
Second RcwfRobert Krarnb, Robert VValterrnoyer, Robert Vlfeily, Hrilen Efrartib, Edward Gehiiwq,
Lilltar. Good, Grace Weimerskirch.
Third RoweEuqene Daugherty, Paul Dowmes, Leorarzj Lehman, fohn Logsaiorz,
Richard Emerine, lohn Crawford, Raymond Dell, Lawrence Kromer.
Fourth Rowflcseph Magers, Roliert Awclfii, lclarcli Paciita, Wilfred Lsrrswa
Alfred Lange, Ellsworth Nibor-k.
y, Earl Magers,
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"Boost Our New High." That is what the Bonhi Club stands for, and ever
since its inception in l93U, it has been doing just that-f boosting.
At the outset of the school year Father O'Connor named Margaret Enright
'35, president of this, the oldest and most active organization in the high school.
Other officers elected at a meeting of the club are: Vice-President, Lawrence
Daugherty '35p Secretary, Ieanette Huth '36, Treasurer, Richard Woessner '35.
Since the club produced its first play early in l932 the custom has been
retained of having one each year. Under the able direction of Father O'Connor
a very capable cast presented "Cinderella Rose," a musical comedy, February
10-ll, of this year.
One of the many activities which the club managed during this school
term was a Black and Gold Day. An exceptionally interesting program was
given on the afternoon of February 22, at which time the first president of
the organization, Miss Carolyn Vogel '30 spoke a few words to the students.
Maintaining the custom of the Bonhi Club leaving something as a remem-
brance in the high school, the members unanimously suggested that a statue
of the Sacred Heart of Christ the King be given for the chapel. This has been
done and it now stands in the sanctuary opposite the statue of Our Blessed
Mother which was presented last year by the Bonhi Club. The statues and the
pedestals bear the name "Bonhi Club" and the year of presentation.
Seated-Richard Woessner, leanette l-luth, Margaret Enright, Lawrence Daugherty
Second Row-Dorothy Enright, Mary lane Bounds, Loretta Brickner, Frances Skon c-ai Margartt
Iinks, Eleanor Sherman, Florine Cook, Rose Kinney, Arlene Boff, Anna George.
Third Row-Madonna Howard, lane Wolph, Ieanne Ann Woessner, Beatrice Thom Mary lane
Mabus, Adele Bigila, Mary Wilsoii, Ieanne Firth, Dorothy Briclcner, Virginia Klinepeter
Fourth Row-fEugene Daugherty, Iohn Crawford, Paul Downes, Richard Emeri ie Leonard
Lehman, Robert Waltermeyer, Lillian Good, Marguerite Falewage.
Fifth Rowelustin Nye, Paul Steyer, Robert Westhoven,
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DELTA OMEGA SORORITY-DELTA CHAPTER
ln the latter part of lanuary lQ34, the Gamma chapter of the Delta Omega
composed of girls in the class of l934 asked the junior class of girls of 1935 to
join the sorority, thus forming the fourth chapter, which is called the Delta
At the first meeting, the officers were elected. Florine Cook, President, Mar-
garet Enr1ght, Vice-President: Rose Kinney, Treasurer, Margaret links, Secretary.
We, the Delta chapter, have every evidence that the fifth and coming chap-
ter composed of the girls of l93v3 shall always uphold the memory and stand-
ards of the Delta Omega and always keep the sorority alive in and about the
school. The Delta girls, or graduates of l935 are busy making arrangements tor
the new chapter- -Epsilon.
The club holds its meetings once every month at one of the mernber's
homes, where the many important business topics are discussed. lt is the aim
of each chapter to leaxe something in the school for a remembrance.
The sorority was first established in the old St. Wendelin high school by
the class of l93l. lt was the aim of those energetic and loyal girls to establish
a particular bond of union with the school, a bond that would prevail after
graduation. Thus the Delta Omega sorority was the brain child of that group.
The Delta Omega is not only a business club, but socially too, it is active.
The Delta Chapter held a party in the high school cafeteria last December for
the members and the faculty.
Eleanor Sherman, Rose Kinney, Margaret links, Floritie Cook, Margaret Enright l
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When the Omica society was organized by the sophomore qirls, the main
idea involved was to be active in reference to their reliqion. But in order to
instill more enthusiasm in this work, it was decided to make it a sort of social
At the meetings which are held in the sophomore classroom, first, business
is discussed, jokes are told, then qames are played and a luncheon is served.
At each qatherinq a different qirl acts as the hostess, and it is her duty to plan
Some bad habit which is prevalent amonq the qirls is suqqested, and all
try to overcome this difficulty before the next meeting. For this reason the name
"Omica" was chosen. lt is made up of the first let'er of each word in the sen-
tence, "Our Motto ls Catholic Action."
Besides this, the qirls also have school spirit They have put on a break'
fast for the hiqh school and from the proceeds of this, toqether with the money
out of their treasury, they have purchased two pictures for the sophomore class-
At the first meetinq votes were cast to elect the officers. The results were
as follows: President, Grace Weimerskirchy Vice-President, Helen Erbland: Sec-
retary, Madonna Howard: Treasurer, Ieanne Ann Woessner.
The qirls wish to continue the club durinq the summer months by gathering
each week at the home of one of the members and they will also try to per-
petuate the club throughout the rest of their hiqh school years.
Seated-Helen Erbland, Ieanne Ann Woessner, Madonna Howard, Grace Weirnerskirch.
Standing-Betty Wilson, Lillian Good, Edith Herriq, Adele Biqila, Marqaret l.aFountai Q
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ln recent years those students who have earned a school monogram for
achievements in Journalism, by doing exceptional work on the Wendelette or
Froslin, or were reliable in athletics, belong to the honorary monogram club.
To be listed as a member in this club is the aim of every ambitious slud-
ent. Aspirants whose physical makeup is lacking to be a gridiron hero, but
who have high intellectual ratings have done superior work on the school pub-
lications arfl have merited a "W" resplendent with its significance.
Students from St. Wendelin high school have an individual privilege, when
they wear the school monogram. The reversed is which should re-
mind every boy and girl selected tc wear the emblem that he or she is also
wearing our Blessed Mothers initial. Surrounded by this double significance of
the school letter, students of the Monogram club should reverence the
Those students who have received a monogram for work on the publica-
tions are the following: Richard Woessner, Elorine Cook, Erances Skonecki,
Ellsworth Nifzeck, lohn Barrett, Lawrence Daugherty, Paul Steyer, Eleanor Sher-
man, Beatrice Thom, Ieanette Huth.
The athtletes who were awarded a letter in an assembly of the students in
March, are Captain Ellsworth Nibeck, George Ealewage, Andrew Schmtzler,
Earl lvfagers and Alex Howard: cheer-leaders, Eleanor Sherman, Virginia Kline-
peter: student managers, Raymond l-Iark and William Wilson.
To those who received rncnograrns was also given a coin which when
presented by the bearer at the entrance to any athletic event sponsored by St.
Vfendelin high school will enable the alumnus to be admitted free of charge.
Seated-Delmar Vanderhoff, Eber Shook, Andrew Schnitzler, Ellsworth Nikeck, George Falevzafliff,
Lawrence Daugherty, Richard Woessner, Edward Gehring.
Second Row-William Wilson, Carl LaFountaine, Alex Howard, Rayrnomf Hark, Harold Puchta,
Paul Steyer, Earl Magers, Lawrence Fink.
Third Row-Beatrice Thom, Florine Cook, Frances Skonecki, lohn Barrett, Hebert
Huth, Virginia Klinepeter.
H I B T Y-T H R
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Bass
Dr. E. L.. Belt
Book and Gilt Shop
Mr. and Mrs. VV. Burns
Class ot l935
Class ol l93E
Class ol l937
Class ot 1938
A 'I' R 0 N S
Arnbrose A. Weber
Robert V. O'Connor
lohn H. Keller
F. M. Marley
Dr. snii Mrs. P. H. Pezrnell
Phoenix Cesl Co., F. Blsser, Prop
Mr. and Mrs. larsl: Prets
Mr. and Mrs. E. Pushta
Misses Hannah and tVfs:.3.rret llvtit
john B. Rogers Pr lflLlClllL1 Cv.
Sanitary Dry Clesxntng Cu.
Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Dumont
Miss Dorothy Finsel
Mr. and Mrs. l. Ford
Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Geoqheqan
luclqe and Mrs. C. Guernsey
Miss Ettzseeth lacormv
Mr, and Mrs. l. H. Kane
R. Ksltel lrxsursnee Agent
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. MCKA3'
Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. McKee
Mr. and Mrs. lj. I. Kmnamrr
Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Seiple
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. She-ersn
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sherman
luclqe and Mrs. C. A. Strancn
Mr. 111.4 Mrs. E. Stzlltvtan
Ltlfille and Karl Villomzrdt
M.ss L xrulyn Vwrel
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A successful climax to a successful high school career! That is what the
Froslin for 1935 represents. Alter the advertising and subscription campaigns
were closed, there was watchiul waiting for the staff to be named,
Those chosen to assist the Editor-in-Chief, Eleanor Sherman, are: Assistant
Editor, Lawrence Daugherty: Busness Managers, Margaret links, Ellsworth Ni'
becky Literary Editors, lohn Barrett, Rose Kinney: Senior Class Editors, Elorine
Cook, Lucille Miller.
Underclass Editors, Richard Vfoessner, Delmar Vanderhotiy Sports Editors,
Edward Cfehring, Andrew Schnitzler, Paul Steyerg Circulation Manager, Mar-
garet Enright: Assistants, Mary Ann Beck, lohn Logsdony Typists, loseph Mad'
den, and Frances Skonecki.
To be a willing worker is one oi the requisites ct a member ot the Eroslin
stall and let it ite said that there were none who shirked their duty. Their whole
heart was in the work and their ettorts were not in vain.
Thus, we have the i935 Eroslin, may it continue to be a success in years
to come. May it carry with it the memory ot those who have made the volume
possible. May the graduates in years to come fondly recall the hours spent in
making the book.
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from Father Robert O'Connor, St. WendeLlN.
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Foreiiiost azziong the scaeol extracurricular activities is the wendelatte. lt
the connecting link with the public and has attracted taver-
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is, one might say,
able conirnent in the newspaper world. This year our school publication re-
ceived a rating ot iirst place in the National Scholastic Press Association and a
rating oi second place in the Coluznoia Scholastic Press Association, New Ycrk.
Both institutions have rigid requirements. The Wendelette is also a member of
the Quill and Scroll society and the Catholic Scholastic Press Association.
Those whose names appeared in the Wendelette masthead tor l934-l935
are the following: Richard Woessner, editor-in-chiety Paul Steyer and Margaret
Enright, assistant editors: loseph Madden, Eleanor Sherman, Adele Bigila, Law-
rence Daugherty, and Marguerite Falewage literary editors.
Frances Skonecki, grade news editor, Florine Cook, business rnanagerg Ells-
worth Nibeck, Robert Huth, Rose Kinney, Loretta Brickner, Iarnes Rossie, Robert
Westhoven, Madonna Howard, Robert Welly, Grace Weimerskirch, Richard
Emerine, Carolyn Wonderly, Karl Vilbrandt, assistants in the advertising de-
partment. Ieanette Huth, Ioseph Gabriel, Beatrice Thom, Iohn Martin, Lawrence
Krcmer, Paul Downes, Leonard Lehman, circulating department.
Iohn Barrett, sports editor: Margaret links and Virginia Klinepeter, alumni
editors, Ieanne Ann Woessner, mission and exchange editor.
Seated-Ellsworth lNl.l1ecl:, Rcso Kidney, Frances Skcriecki, Richard 'No-essiiv'-Z, Paul S'ayf-r,
Margaret Fnriglit, Marcarct links. loseph Madden.
Second Rcw-Flcrrite Cook, lawrence Daugherty. Rolzert Hutiz, 'ch-i Farr-fit.
Third RowfCaroly:i Wonderly, Beatrice Thom, Patil Downes, leaizette l-lutlr, Dtprotfty Eurirlht,
Lcoztard Lehman, Loretta Brictcizer, Robert Vtfelly, Richard Emerine.
Fourth Row-Madcrizia Howard, le-anne Ami Woessner, larnes Rcssie, Karl Vilirrazidt, Aifriw
Riqila, fchri Martin, Grace Weimerslfirch, Robert Westhoven, Lawrence Efrwnicz, l'uta:gu9:'ite Falei.-fafge.
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CLASS PLAY, "SHIRT SLEEVES"
"Shirt Sleeves," the senior class play is a domestic corrgedy in which is
concealed an abundance of thought. The story is cleverly written and the in-
terest of the audience is held from the beginning io zhe egid.
The first act takes place in the Rand home where Mr. Rand, played by
Lawrence Daugherty, is a little uneasy about his business. Mrs. Rand, taken by
Eleanor Sherman, a society-minded woman who is dezermined to keep uo w th
the Iones' can not see her husbands need for economy. Diane, played by
Frances Skonecki, the pert young daughter has her heart set on Cumberland
college, the most exclusive school in the east. Theodore and Esther hand, the
twins played by lohn Barrett and Margaret links, furnish most of the comedy.
Kitty, the maid, impersonated by Lucille Miller, keeps a constant sntile cn
the face of the audience. Norman Aldrige, George Faliwage, his a hard time
trying to see why Diane has to go to Cumberland. lrlfidqe Waring, taken cy
Florine Cock and Clarissa Scott, Rose Kinney, two friends of Diane are also
going away to school.
Complications arise in the second act. Mr. Hand loses all his miney,
therefore the two baggagemen, Delmar Vanderhoff and Andrew Schnitfler ae
sent away because it is suddenly announced Diane is not going to schcol. Din-
ald, the wild son, played by Richard Woessner, tells the family he is going to
and does marry Margie Scanlon, the daughter of a law-breaking father. Mar-
garet Enright took the part of Margie. Mr. Crandall, Paul Steyer, holds a rnori-
gage on the Rand home. To avert losing everything, Mr. Hand holds an aucticn,
conducted by loseph Madden. Kiity's boy friend, Elmer, Edward Cehring, buys
most of the Rand furniture. Delta and Omega, played by Arlene Eoff and Mary
Ann Beck, come out of curiosity but are uslicred cut by Theodore.
Margie sees to it that Mr. Pond reclxces Crandall in the Comrnissicn held
by the latter. Of course, Iulia accepts Margie as her daughter-in-law and Diare
finds her happiness in a sinall college nearer home where she can be with
Se-atedfLawre:ice Daugherty, Eleanor Sherriiai., George Falewage Frances Skoiteckl,
Ifzln. Barrett, Margaret links, Richard Woessner, Margaret Enright.
S6-cord Rowe -Edward Getting, Lucile Mille' Pau. Strayer, Fuse Kinney, Arlene Hoff,
Flirt: e Cook Mary Arun Erick, lcseph lvfadtzeii, Defnia: Vaniierhzff, Aiidrevv Scfizzxttl-ar.
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SENIOR RADIO WORKERS
An addition of equipment to the high school was made by the senior class
when they worked vigorously and won an RCA radio. The contest was spon-
sored by the Radio Corporation of America and extended over the entire na-
tion. The campaign to get old Victor records was begun about the middle of
December and closed at the end of lanuary. None of the seniors had to be
called a slacker as each one turned in a number of records.
During the weeks of the contest it was no oddity to see a senior lugging
a pack of records down the street. Letters and post cards kept the mailman as
busy as the students.
One afternoon during the examinations a trip was made through several of
the neighboring villages by Margaret links, Rose Kinney, and Harold Frederick
who were "A" students, and therefore exempted from examinations, These
students being free for the afternoon were very successful in their trip as many
of the villagers and other people were very generous.
After the goal of the seniors had been reached by collecting twenty-five
hundred records there was a long wait. One afternoon at 3:15 there appeared
in the main corridor three new radios. The students were all enthusiastic about
them. Of course the seniors had their first choice as they were the only ones
to collect the full number.
In a few days the radio was installed and the seniors have been enjoying
the many helpful and entertaining programs ever since.
Those who gathered in the most records were: Eleanor Sherman, Ellsworth
Nibeck, Margaret links, Rose Kinney, Richard Woessner, and Edward Gehring.
Seated-Robert Huth, lohn Barrett, Margaret Enright, Richard Wcessner, Clrisetb Eleax ir Sler
man, Rose Kinney, Lawrerce Daugherty, George Falewaqe.
Second Row!George Wclph, Florine Cook, Harold Puchta, Arlene Boff, Mary Aix Beck Ed
ward Gehring, Delmar Vande-rhoff, Harold Frederick. Andrew Schnitzler, Margaret links Pa l
Ste-yer, Ellsworth Nibeck, loseph Madden, lohn Loqsdon, Frances Skonecki, Lucille Miller Carl
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MEMORIES OF 1934-1935
Memories ot school daysl Probably in tene-tiiieen---niaybe less years than
that, this book will have doubled its value tor those whose achievements are
written down between its covers,
One ot the important events for commercial students is the Sectional Corri-
mercial Contest. This year the contestants met at TitiLn, April 27. Representa-
tives in the typewriting division were: Seniors: Frances Skonecki, Margaret
links, lose-ph Madden, Lawrence Daugherty, Paul Steyer. luniors: Annabelle
Sendelbach, losephine Rosinski, lohn Martin, Beatrice Thorn, and Lawrence
Fink. loseph Madden and Margaret links were the cnly two shorthand entrants,
There were tive students competing in the bockkeeping section: losebh
Madden, Margaret links, Paul Steyer, Prose Kinney and Lawrence Daugherty.
Black and Gold Day, commemorating the entrance into the new high
school, February 23, lQ3l and the anniversary ot Father O'Connor's ordinatii i
to the priesthood, was observed February 23. The seniors arranged the orograrn
and decorated the corridors and the bulletin boards with the school colors.
Every student in the high school wore Black and Gold in some fashion or other.
Early in the spring, Father O'Ccnnor and scme ot the high school boys set
to work to put the campus in order. For many evenings the boys were seen
in the yard with rakes and other eouiprnent necessary to beautify the yard,
tif tt hint!! tt il' i1,1Z'r', f,1.37y A ,, E-:gg ,'tr,t'r I-:tt fa , 3' i JZi'. ttf
t err, Fatt-watt 311421 U A" Via my f f raft TF 'nat Ya' tt :: " P. 2 fix :
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at.. 'teyfr A: If Sit.: itiftz Fiartftr in z":.'a Gr: zqf '.",':ipY. Flix-.'ar.1 Ll-1,11 tt it :tart
-' tr 'ist yf Hat:-tt . faz. Taft in 'fn' t' t: h' T.: cs..iJ:, Marcaztt fines.
Egtucahezi week is tine ot the :nest rnttstandiritt weeks ei the whole year.
it watt ire reznerzi ered this year by the prtiqrarits heir: earh day dnrinfr the ac-
The serners presented the tirst days rarczgzazn. Margaret iinks and Itwhn
Barrett read the history if education, white the tfaiiewin 1 students portrayed var-
iitts histzwrgcai Characters: The irnzzzacttiate Censeptien, Patroness et the United
States, was n'i.gersonateCt by Margaret Enright: George Wasiittitrtttti, an exe
AI'Iit1ftf.i9I et edtteatinn, Lawrence Daugherty, Abraham Lineein, Pant Steyer- the
stave, Andrew Sehrmtzier, Indian sqnaws, iwrances Skeneftci and Fixvrnie Ceakg
Tnfttatt ffhtet, Sefurqe Twatewaqeg The Spirit et St. Vtferiieiiti, Etetniur Sherinan.
Other rnennt-ers wt the eiass teak part in the ehartxses,
The next day the ireshrnen gave then rgreqrazn, with Latin as their niain
111.111 Ma: tean Teepie, Robert Vtfaiterrneyer, Patti Dvuvries, Helen Kratnh, Attred
Lan-re, and Miictred Hein gave short speeches en Latin. A special teatttre tri
the prrzztrraw: was the readthft ity tarnes Vfeieer wt a letter received ity Father
Qjifrjftttttfit tfiirzn his cousin, tzuhn S. Ofenhsr, S. I., who .s in the nnssiwn ttetris
tit: China. The entire ciass then sang "A:nerifa" in Latni.
Vtfetitiesday the saphezrieres expressed their ,wgttrtigni on the "Vaine of
Cfathztticr Edneatienf' These who -,rave short taiks we-ze: NViiireci icnsway, Ma-
cxerizta i'Ti'tVJdILi, arid Herbert Westhovert. "Our tftznritry and Setrhrzis tjarevrrn
was snnq iay the rnerni'-ers Ot the Class.
The nnntur class was iff charqe Ot the Citneittciiziq proqrarii. tufseph Gaiiriet
af'tin:z as Chairrnarr Caiied on :he teiiowinq speakers: tohn Martin, Loretta Brim-
rier, Lawrence Fink, Diwrothy Enright, Hnth Prankart, Kenneth Hcwtrnan, ann Tin-
Everyerie YTLT!Ii'?'Ti ity these shirt gretiratns held LittIQI1-I the
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ALUMNI GRADUATES OF 1935
College representatives from the ranks of St. Wendelin high school grad-
uates have always been many. At this time there are about twenty students reg-
istered at various colleges.
Mary McKee '31 will be graduated from Notre Dame college, South Euclid,
Ohio, Iune 4. Mary did exemplary work while in high school and brought
many honors to her Alma Mater. At graduation, Mary was awarded a four
years scholarship to Notre Dame college. This honor was conferred upon her
as the outstanding talent in the class of 1931. At college Mary was elected school
president in her senior year.
Dorothy Iacoby '31 will receive her Bachelor of Arts degree from Mary
Manse college, Toledo, early in Iune. At her high school graduation, Dorothy
was awarded the gold medal for having the highest scholastic rating for four
years. This honor merited for Dorothy the award of a four years' scholarship
to Mary Manse.
Catherine Schnitzler '31 completed the nurse's training course at Lucas
County hospital, Toledo, Ohio, May 8. Catherine has left a commendable record
in the institution above mentioned. While in high school, Catherine was business
manager of the Wendelette and handled the finances in an unequaled fashion.
Carl Smith and Gerald LaFountain are completing their studies at St. lo-
seph college, Collegeville, tlndianal. These two young men took up their studies
in that institution six years ago.
Each year scholarships are awarded to outstanding students, whom the
school does not hesitate to recommend. St. Wendelin high school has capable
representatives in the field of higher education.
Besides the graduates listed above, Margaret Lonsway '32 is at Notre
Dame college, South Euclid, Ohio. Evelyn Bigham '32 and Anna Gase '33 are
at Mary Manse college, Toledo, Ohio. Harold Marley '33 is at Notre Dame uni-
versity, Notre Dame, lndiana. Ioseph Dell '34, at Dayton university: Ioseph West-
hoven '34 and Richard Schart '34 at St. Ioseph college, Collegeville, Indiana,
Eugenia Lonsway '33 at Mt. St. loseph-on-the-Ohio.
Edna l-lettel '31 is registered in an art school in Washington, D. C.
Carl Dorothy Gerald Mary Can-.em-te
Smith I acoby l.aFountain McKee Schnrlzlgf
Dorothy Finsel-1933 Elizabeth Iacoby-1929 Eleanor Sherman-1935
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Father O'Connor has always been an inspiration to the merrbers of the
football and basketball teams, His very presence urged every player to qiye Lie
best he had. Fathers earnest support is always behind the team and it was gen-
Coach "Cy" Scharf has always been willing to give his time that the boys
might be able to take part in the different sports. Words cannot express the ap-
preciation of his boys for what Mr. Scharf has done for them. A clear mind, a
fiqhtinq spirit, and loyalty to their Alma Mater is what he has always tried to
Doctor Geoqheqan completes the trio rendering physical and moral sup-
port. Many bruises and bumps were soon fixed up by the Doctor, and his pet
saying, "Hot towels and liniment will soon fix you up."
Seateil-Flor Shook, Edward Gehritxq, Earl Maqrrs Cagatai' Ellswtrrtli Nilze-Ck, Att'
drew Schpitzler, George Falcwaqe,
Second Rrrwflqaculty Matiaqer Rev. R. V. C'Cfir1:.r.r, Vfilliarri 'Wilson Fticliard Elacrler,
Lawrctrcr Dauzqlierty, Robert Huth, Alex Howard, Sect.: T. VJ, f5e:ql:eqa:i, ffoarli Cyril
CAPTAIN NIBECK-ST. WENDELIN'S GREATEST HALFBACK
Ellsworth Nine-Ck was Captain of the loot-
l'-all ancl the basketball teanxs, in l934-l935.
'iiizici' is now 3 senior and will be qraduat-
ed, ls-avinq iuelfiind a sport cares-r which
gained lnni lazne tlimuqliout liis entire- limi:
"Eine" Cani-Q thmiiqli line- with his play-
ing and scored nzany points for his Alma
Mater. He lield the position of lialliaaclq tr..,z:1
where lie ran nxany yards. lie- was Chosen as
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As a laaslcstaball Captain "Elma" 'ss-ritiefl
line clnzz. Ct l-elim always iexaziy anti alert.
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YGKU ag Chparhddori Virginia Klinepeler
William was a small junior and Raymond a tall sophomore but they
worked together perfectly. Their job was to take care cf the equipment and to
keep the locker room and basketball court clean. Well, they did just that.
Faithfully every evening these two boys took to their task and did not stop
until they had everything in perfect order.
Raymond played football last season. f-fe became the ideal player for next
year. From his fullback position he gained many yards and scored many points
for the Black and Gold.
lf every year we have student managers like those two boys everything
will be wonderful.
Punctual? Yes and always there. These students ot the cheering squad who
hail from all four rooms of the high school did not miss a game at home and
many never missed a game abroad.
The cheering squad deserves great credit for the interest they took in the
football and basketball teams. Their cheering was appreciated by the squads.
We hope that St. Wendelin High will continue to have such organized cheering
for it keeps the boys on the field and court pepped up.
About twice a week this squad would meet in either the gymnasium or
the mechanical drawing room. There they would practice their yells under the
leadership of Eleanor Sherman and Virginia Klinepeter.
Front Rowfbeoriard Lehman, Paul Downes, Iames Magers.
Sorfnrid Raw-Virginia Klirzepeter, Dorothy Enright, Rita Moes, lcaiictto Huth, Mar
Loretta Buckner, Helen Erblard, Margaret Enright, lane Wolph, Ieaniie Firth, Mary
Gladys Myers, Mary Louise Emisori, lose-phine Rosinski, Beatrice Thom, Mary Vtfilsoi
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When the school bell rang again, September 6, after the long summer vaca-
tion, many haIDIDY faces smiled about the halls. The faculty found one new
member on its list. The Reverend Carl Scheib was transferred to St. Ioseph,
Fremont, and his place was taken by the Reverend Albert Scheiber.
September 20 marked the opening of the Wendelette campaign, which dash-
ed across all record lines, closing October ll.
The Students Spiritual Council held election of officers.
David Goldstein, nationally known lecturer and convert to the Catholic
faith, addressed the students of St. Wendelin High School, September 28.
Richard Woessner '35 was named editor-in-chief of l934-35 Wendelette.
Margaret Enright '35 was named president of the Bonhi club, one of the old-
est and most active organizations in the high school. The honor was conferred
by the Reverend Robert V. O'Connor, principal, in the first meeting of the club
The seniors entertained the juniors at a Hallowe'en party for having one
hundred per cent pledge returns for the Wendelette. Th main feature of the
evening was presented by La Verne Huth who showed motion pictures in col-
or of the World's Fair.
The Catholic Chronicle, the new diocesan newspaper appeared this month.
A Thanksgiving festival opened with a chicken dinner, November 26. Mon-
day was "kiddies" day and in the evening, of course, was dad's night.,
Education week found the students actively interested in the National Move-
Something new in the athletic world! A cheering squad, organized by Eleanor
Sherman and Virginia Klinepeter, with the sanction and cooperation of the fac--
Mother Mary Benedict made her first official visit to St. Wendelirfs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Huber presented fifty volumes of valuable reference works
to St. Wendelin High School library.
The entire student body of the grades and the high school attended a pro-
gram, December 7, honoring the patronal feast of Father Weber.
The freshman class was received into the high school sodality, at an irnores-
sive ceremony, Friday, December 7. The Reverend A. I. Gallagher, of Tiffin gave
the address. Herman Frederick '29 sang a solo, "Mother, Dear, Oh, Pray For
Students hustled hither and yon to collect Victor records for an RCA radio.
Florine Cook '35 was chosen president of the Delta Chapter of the Delta
Omega. Other officers were elected as follows: Margaret Enright, vice-presi
dent: Margaret links, secretary: Rose Kinney, treasurer.
The mothers of the football boys entertained the players with a banquet
and program, Sunday, December 16.
William Wilson '36 and Raymond Hark '37 were appointed basketball man-
The St. Rose Minstrels of Lima, lOhiol presented one of the rnost outstand-
ing shows in St. Wendelin's lanuary 27. The cast was brought to Fostoria by
the St. Vincent de Paul society.
Paul Steyer and Lawrence Daugherty won honorable mention in a Current
Events and Editorial contest, sponsored by the Quill and Scroll International
Society tor high school iournalists.
Happy daysl Semester exams! Happy only for those who could relax from
the strain of five months because they maintained an "A" average.
"Cinderella Rose" was staged by the Bonhi cluc, February lO and ll under
the direction of Father O'Connor.
ln the essay contest sponsored by the American Legion and the Auxiliarys
Fidac Workers, Paul Steyer '35 won first place and Margaret links '35, second.
Black and Gold Day held under the auspices of the Bonhi club commemorat-
ed two anniversaries, the ordination of the Reverend R. V. O'Connor, principal,
and the moving of classes into the new building.
Radios arrived amid great applause. The seniors collected 2,500 Victor rec-
ords and the juniors and the freshmen were so near the goal they were able to
pay the deficit and thus enioy a radio.
Senior and iunior students entered a national essay contest tc win a trip
to Sequoia National Park.
Father Weber observed his eighty-first birthday, March 25.
Six students tied for first honors in the annual spelling contest sponsored lay
Roscoe Carle, editor of the Fostoria Daily Times.
"Shaliespeare's 'Worlcsf' a set of twenty-one volumes X -.'. is rrrosented to the
high school library by lohn Wonderly, in memory of the late Mrs. lohn 'Won-
Eleanor Sherman '35 was honored with the position of editor-in-chief ot the
l935 Froslin. Miss Sherman was liiisiness manager ot the l934 Froslin.
Father O'Connor was honored by the seniors with a surprise breakfast, on
his birthday, April 7.
loseph Madden, Margaret links and Paul Steyer received the one hundred
word shorthand transcription pins.
Richard Woessner '35 was the only member of his class who joined the
Knights of Columbus this year.
The Bonhi club presented a statue of the Sacred Heart of' Christ the King.
Mr. Boling, the world champion stenotypist lectured and demonstrated the
stenotype machine to the senior and iunior classes.
Ioseph Madden '35 placed first in the Sectional Bookkeeping contest held at
"Shirt Sleeves," a snappy, clever three act comedy was staged by the senior
class, under the direction of the Reverend Robert V. O'Connor.
The sophomore class had two pages in the May issue of the Wendelette
where they had an opportunity to proclaim their accomplishments.
The senior class will be the guests of Father O'Connor on a trip to Put-in-Bay,
Inue 17. The following students may go along for having sold ten tickets for
the class play: Virginia Klinepeter, Eugene Boyer, lohn Martin, Ioseph Gabriel,
Iustin Nye, Loretta Brickner, Carolyn Wonderly, William lacoby, Robert Wal-
Mary McKee 'Sl who was graduated from Notre Dame college, South Euclid,
fOhioJ was awarded the Bishop's cross at the commencement, held in the pub-
lic auditorium, Cleveland, Iune 4, The presentation was made for the best essay
on "The Eucharistic Congress."
Dorothy lacoby 'Sl was graduated from Mary Manse college, Toledo, Iune 5,
Cum Laude. Dorothy won the gold medal in l93l having maintained the high-
est average of her class in high school.
Carl Smith, who was graduated from St. loseph college, Collegeville, tlnd-
ianal finished his course Magna Cum Laude.
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sciences, or trades, or professions. But without success in his first and
most important business f-that of being a Catholic gentleman in every
sense of the term he will be an enormous personal failure.
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QUALITY IS EVERYTHING
The name Diclcen on your Photo
means as much to you as the word
sterling on your silver. Visit our
studio, examine our portraiture and
iudqe for yourself.
THE DICKEN STUDIO
l2l Perry St.
Business Men's Lunch 25C
Dinner , , 45C and 60c
Chinese Foods ....
Chow Mein ESOC: Chop Suey 3Oc
Chinese Foods Prepared to Take Out
Cocktail Bar Dancing
No Cover Charqe
Private Dininq Room Available for
Any Occasion at No Extra Charge
Beauty and Barber Shop
Corner Main and Center Sts.
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A ' i0HAVE
H oun snors
For Expert Shoe Repairing
The Sole Saver Heel You
2l4 South Main St.
There is Ony One . . .
l935 Models on Display.
ABC and Easy Washers and lroners.
NYE 6- GASE
Phone l65 l49 East South St.
GEORGE R. CAMERON
All Kinds of lnsurance
Stock or Mutual
Main and Tiffin Sts. Phone 627
FOR REASONABLE PRICES
on Picture Fraxiiiiiq, Framed Pictures,
Statuary, arid other Religious Articles
Call 507-VV, or Corrie to 729 'VVest
We also do catyiiet work,
repair arid new work, aiiye
tliixii-5 iri tlie wood-worlciriq
M E R C E D E S
'llie Store witli tliv- likes' Quality 3:
Ql-1 East tlluiitvz St.
HARRY I. SEEBON
Transfer and Storage
425 Sxiitli Uni :
Really Good Cleaning
lll Perry St. Plifwiie 9
NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY
For All Kinds of Coal and
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I. B. BASEHORE and SON
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FOSTORIA IRON 6, METAL
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Our Motto is To Satisfy Our
"Fostoria's Food Center
BEST WISHES FOR
MORRIS 5 and l0c to S1 STORE
Postorids New Variety Store
FOSTORIA SCREW CO.
THE FOSTORIA PRESSED
ALBERT P. FLECHTNER
Dealer In Choice Meats
117 West Center St. Phone 195
ORWIG'S DRUG STORE
PASTIME BILLIARD PARLOR
And The Pastime
BILL'S ECONOMY STORE
Soda Fountain . . . Luncheonehe
HARBAUGH :S MICKEY
The Rfvxall Stow Ptrcrre I4 I
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
CORL'S GOLDEN PHEASANT
Ice Cream. Candy. Nuts
Tetephorre 438 Hit? S, Main St
PETER CLOTHING CO.
1. 'Xi'E'r'r SUR
Trai tes Pwr IJHCIZFF
112 East Trttirr St.
IF VOU WALK
LE-t Hirrr Repair Your Sho
IU5 East Center St.
S. S. KRESGE CO.
1045 North Mem St.
Try Kresqcfs Frrst
Where Style Comes First
Telephone 32OW. 112 N. Main St.
Gifts Greeting Cards
Rugs . . . Carpets
Gibson Electric Refrigerators
117 S. Main St. Phone 282
Buick . . . Oldsmobile . . . Pontiac
1935 Models on Display i
A Demonstration Will Convince You Individually Tailored 'Clothes
THE RUHL MOTOR CO. of Qlliliiif
Robert S. Ruhl, Mgr.
General Motor Trucks
Buick, Olds, Pontiac Motor Cars. A' I' VOGEL
Goodrich Silvertown Tires. Tailgr
We Service All Makes of Cars.
118-122 E. Tiffin St. Phone 255
A HARDING SAYS ....
A. R. WEAKS
Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables
1104112 East North St.
Our Own Delivery Service.
Phone Service Given Strict Attention
Fresh and Smoked Meats
IARVIS MEAT MARKET
315 South Main St.
lust lettinq the business qrow
1 -couldnt stop it if 1 wanted
1 Square Deal Ieweler
THE BASKET MARKET
Quality Groceries and Meats
TI-IE OHIO FARMERS
Phone 528 726 Buck1ey St.
H. L. PORTER SONS
Cleaners. Dyers. Pressers
Phone 34 113 Perry St.
FOSTORIA ICE 6 COAL CO.
Only Ice and a Modern Retriqeratcr
Ca'n Give You Three-Way Food
Norge . . . Kelvinator Refrigerators
Maytag Washing Machines
RCA Victor Radios
D. E. GEAR
Groceries. Fresh and Smoked Meats
The horne ci good things to eat.
, 647 North Main St. Phone 74
1 Be1d1nq Cortice11i Hosiery with high'
1 est grade si1k, ilextit ieatur-es in wet
Savings With Satisfaction
I. C. PENNEY CO.
Fostoriers Most Po rniar
I Wallhide Paints Waterspar Enamel
' THE HUNTER WALLPAPER
AND PAINT CO.
Phone 544 119 North Main St.
Pittshurqh Paint Products
CHURTZ 6 ROSENBERGER
For Better Coal
Columbus Ave. at Crocker St.
I. H. IONES 6 SON. Inc.
Builder's Supplies and
Ready Mixed Concrete
Office and Yards 443 S. Poplar
Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Brake Linino,
Spark Plugs, Auto Supplies,
FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY and
l42 East Tiffin St. Fostwria O':'o
Phone 45. G. I. MacDonald, Mor.
REED INSURANCE AGENCY
General lnsurance and
ll3 W. Center St. Fostoria, Ohio
Phones: Res. l8UlW, Office 64
THE SMOKE HOUSE
F L. I. Sohild, Proprietor
From North to South
From East to West '-
Are Always Best.
Cut Flowers and Potted Plants
T. I. ENRIGHT
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
BLOSE MOTOR SALES
t 304 N. Main St. Fostoria, Oho
l Good Food . . . Fine Spot to
Dine and Dance
203 N. Main St. Fostoria, Ohio
The Siore of Frlendlv Service
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