St Wendelin High School - Foslin Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)

 - Class of 1939

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' , A L - , l , f q -:" 1 H1 fi t a H ,.., k,A:,k , , ,..,, , A.,,x wi f,. ., M -'.' w-W.,1a.- 7 7 5 ,E ., i,,gB,r2Wf,gaA,,,,r,,, 5 -ifrlfiuiigf 22-ffr,sc,t , A aww, i ' 1 v - 1-ilfiiw' ,.f1f-'fi swf 'K -f-if-5185925551121-f:.g f ,, ln appreciation and recognition of the glorious achieve- ments and edifying example, which the Sisters of Notre Dame have given, in the past fifty years, to the youth of St. Wendielin School, both elementary and high school, we, the members of the Class of l9'39, in commemoration of the Golden lubilee, do gratefully dedicate this, the eleventh vol- ume of THE FROSLIN. 'May their noble ideals ever inspire us to traverse they pathway of life that leads to eternal happiness! Page Six it h t gum jwdee wwe As glittering stars that brighten the night, For titty years you've shone the light, Teaching to cherish our firm Christian truths, Aiding us reap such bountiful fruits. You've taught us how our joys to share, With cheerful hearts our Woes to bear. The road of lite, you've made so clear, This cruel, cold World-We do not fear. Our lips, so mute, will ne'er express The deep emotions in our breastsp Unselfish in your love today To Christ, Our King, you've paved the way. Our prayers will ever follow you At home or e'en in distant lands, Where'er you go, Where'er you be God bless the work of your loving hands. And when the Master calls you Home And you among the Saints shall roam, You'll know your Work was ne'er in Vain For in Christ's bosom it will reign. Page Seven P Admiral 4 4 4 Vice Admiral Rear Admiral . . 4 Captain i...4 Pilot . . . Col-Pilots . . . Sailors .... First Class Passengers . . Second Class Passengers. Third Class Passengers . Fourth Class Passengers eww His Holiness Pope Pius XI His Holiness, Pope Pius XH Most. Rev. Karl J. Alter, D. D. Rev. A. A. VVeber Rev. R. I. Gsterhage Rev. C. A. Ruess Sister Mary Lillian, S. N. D. Sister Mary Dalene, S. N. D. -1 Sister Mary Charlotte, S. N. D. - Sister Mary Francella, S. N. D. Mr. Adolph Tscherne Mrs. Floyd Kinnanian Mrs. Clarence Kuhn V Senior Class Junior Class a Sophomore Class Q lfreshnian Class Page Eight ff f 6- ,.. WM U . Q ., QQ, . ,, 'I f 'sg 5 ' ,-ffm, ., .Q ,.,. -g a - 1' V A N . ffr352e3:5g::w ,,, 'E li L'?12F53l!5f :mi se J 'E3553555' JH :ww .. " lem-f2::':V:i5v gn - , ggi: , iziiffvwifg V 'V ' -':i'f:zsi5Z m. Zilflfwf m kiwiwfshw' ' 4 A 9-WfL5iii1'jT':' ' H113 . , ' - if ,. " WV ffE ,: 1 f GL' - kgg , 1: ::: if - ,, ' 5 , , l W ,qAD. , ..., ,, L . PM ?? WV 1' s m? .S .2 fg.' f.smf1:D::g.f , V- T zs zwifiw Q 91 5 'W' Q X M X X 5.x -.1 54 74 2 3 ' X S,,,.,L 5 K 1 1,4 Ax 3 1 f 2 5. X .7 Q m Q' X ' J I 'xg' f , bw? ' if fl 2 W i? .2 Ai 13,51 Qw gdg R5":W?12Qs2h ,qs,gg:zrf::iq. an .8 K Q in ff ' WST ,sag N J gi K' -' W H MW aW5,,M,g-,N mania? W ,wpllgggiw f?M:g,5:'Qi5e:gg5fQgiigggff f smggggq mr-ea S "' inf! '41 Zz, wswfiiy Q b Q m:m:z?i::ff:nf:js:z:r7: Page Nine ,404 JQAJM4, Pape Pm Xl Though in prayers we may speak io Christ for his soul We know his ship's anchored in 1ife's grand- est goal! ella Jdzmu, pope limi X11 He, now, pilots Chrisfs ship on the sea of life. His ardent plea for PEACE will end world strife. Page Ten fm: fewmz mx y. num, :zs.:zs. Bishop Alter, the vice admiral of our ship, has been a source of inspiration to every student throughout the en- tire Toledo Diocese, as a promoter of education and learning. , May he continue to pilot his ship into the Divine harbor! ikeumeml Nmdaawe 14. Wada, Nadu Father Weber-that is the name which is familiar and loved by every member of St. Wendelin parish from the tiny tots, Whom he lovingly guides, to its oldest members. lt is synonymous to St. Wendelin High School students with piety, goodness, saintliness and inspiration.Te Salu- tamusl Page Eleven Raffmancf 0 , For three years, Father Osterhage, you have guided the destinies of St. Wendelin High. During that brief span of time your principles have wielded a permanent guiding influence upon our lives, never to be forgotten. it is in recognition of your outstanding and marvelous exam- ple as our principal, teacher, and friend that We pay you tribute in this, our yearbook. May God bless you for your interest in our Welfare! Reuazwuf efzafzlu. 14. Ruud As this school year comes to a close, We take this op-- portunity to express our gratitude to Father Ruess for his kind interest in St. Wendelin High and its students. And as We embark upon the sea of life We Wish to thank him sincerely for the many favors he has granted the class of l939. Our Wish for you, Father, is that you may spend many more years in St. Wendelin Parish and that your every undertaking may be blessed with success. Page Twelve Mu. Qlcufaf K' 9 T'Wo years ago Mrs. Floyd l. Kinnaman joined the fac- ulty of St. Wendelin High School as music instructress. ln that brief space of time she has done a marvelous Work in bringing finer music to the students and teach- ing them a keener appreciation of it. Under her capable direction a Glee Club has been organized, and music has become an important subject in the school curriculum. To you, Mrs. Kinnaman, for your untiring patience and unselfishness, We, the graduates of 1939, express our sin- cerest thanks and appreciation. MM. elaaence Kuhn , Mrs. Clarence Kuhn, an alumna of St. Wendelin High and a graduate of Mary Manse College, took over the duties of secretary at St. Wendelin High in Sep- tember, I938. She has proven herself very successful in this work. ft is with deepest gratitude that We ex- press sincere thanks to you, Mrs. Kuhn, in appreciation for your Whole-hearted ser- vices. fm. fluff, viww Although he has spent but one year as a faculty mem- ber of St. Wendelin High School, Mr. Adolph Tscherne will be remembered by every student as a fine coach, teacher, and friend. He will leave St. Wendelin High with the end of this school term to assume duties at Central Catholic High School, Toledo, as assistant coach. Though we regret the loss of his excellent services, the entire student body congratulates him on his advancement and Wish him un- , limited success. Page Thirteen 7fuI5ul'eZ'a '7eac!zapi As Commencement day approaches and as We, the graduating class of l9t39, cast a retrospective glance over our school years, we begin to realize and appreciate the unceasing and patient labor exerted by the teachers of St. Wen- delin High School in our behalf. Through the years they have seemed like guardian angels hovering over us constantly, protecting us from the many pit- falls which beset life's Way. There are no Words adequate to express our heartfelt thanks and apprecia- tion to them for their unselfish sacrifice of time and self for our spiritual and temporal betterment but We shall attempt in some small Way to repay our debt to them by always living the principles that have been instilled into our hearts. To Father Osterhage, who has labored so tirelessly during the past three years for the salvation of our souls and the development of our minds and bodies, we owe an immeasurable debt of gratitude. To Father Ftuess, who, by Word and example, has furnished a model of Christian goodness, We extend sincerest thanks. To the good sisters, Sister Mary Lillian, Sister Mary Dalene, Sister Mary Charlotte, and Sister Mary Francella, who were ever near and always eager to guide us along the way that leads to heaven, We wish to pay tribute. Finally, but in no wise least, our sincerest gratitude is extended to the lay faculty members, Mr. Adolph Tscherne, Mrs. Floyd Kinnaman, and Mrs. Clar- ence Kuhn, for their useful services. To all who have been instrumental in our progress-spiritually, intellect- ually, and materially we extend our heartfelt appreciation. William Page Fourteen Um Eelaaecf Alma Mata Through thy door four years we've gone With joy and pride deep in our heart And since the time to leave hath dawned, Reluctantly from thee We part. But, though We leave, We'll e'er remain Thy loyal sons and daughters true. ln years to comewforeer thou'lt reign In all We say-in all We do. Page Fifteen Many, Sian aflhe Sea When Wild waves lash against my bark, O Star ot the Sea Remember me! And storm'-Winds howl and night is dark, O Star of the Sea Remember me! My bark is frail and I am Weak, O Star ot the Sea Come, succor me! My tear-sprayed eyes a beacon seek, O Star of the Sea Shine down on mel Ah! surging sin swept o'er my prow, O Star of the Sea Forgetting thee! But I am crushed and helpless now,- O Star of the Sea I look to thee! 'Tis hard to grapple with each Wave, O Star of the Sea For such as me! Lest passion's grasp again enslave, O Star of the Sea Stand guard o'er mel And when lite's twilight gathers fast, O Star ot the Sea Then think oi mel That l might reach the port at last, O Star of the Sea Remember me! Page Sixteen 5 Q-xflsi, 1 a x X K 1 5 ""'?'W ::5 1 , , g if gl 'f X i by 153 A 735fHf'X,'. 5 J' L f ' X'f iE2554f?:mf1' "Nw iL?'W?'l 5' l 5' A ' 152 5 : , - fi2'f5UE h 5 3 'X ' V! 2 , w if Q 1 f fx ,QE f 5,3fgfg'f-yy'-"1'ffif"'w-ff T VW-F fgg1,ew:fWwwL-ff 2 V' 1124 4232. . ' ,L if 'vw TTf"?Mm, G ,, W A f -' Page Sevemeen SW Barbara Ann Welly With vim and pep she tackles a "A leader true!" to us does ring. Salutatorian Class Officer l, 4 Scclality l, 25 Secretary 3, Prefect 4 Mission Society l, 2, 3, 4 Froslin Staff l, 2, 35 Editor 4 Xlvlendelette Staff l, 2, 3, Editor 4 Bonhi Club Play 2, 3 Bonhi Club l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club Accornpanist 3, 4 Quill and Scroll Honors 4 Spelling Contest 2 Chapel Orqanist l, 2, 3, 4 Medal for Highest Average 2, 3 Activities Award 3 thing. First Prize Wendelette Campaign l, 2, 3, 4 Winner in Froslin Ca-mcpaign l, 2, 3, American Legion Essay Entrant l, 4 Honorary Latin Society 3 Co-Chairman lunior-Senior Prom 3 Local Essay Contest 3 Class Winner Chroricle .Campaign 4 C. S. M. C, Class Representative 3, 4 4 Page Eighteen Paul A. Lichtle He is a leader. brave and true, Ready and willing each task to do Class President 4 Wendelette Staff 4 Froslin Staff 4 Mission Society 2, 3 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club 4 Basketball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 lunior Kiwanian 4 Bonhi Club Play 4 Acolythical Society l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Q45 Adam I. Banqert Full of fun, though brave in deed. He is destined to succeed. Valedictorian Class Officer 2, 45 President l Wendelette Staff 2, 3, 4 Froslin Staff, Business Manager 4 Mission Society l, 2, 35 President 4 Sodality 1, 2, 45 Treasurer 3 Bonhi Club l, 2, 31 President 4 Acolythical Society l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club Play 4 Iunior Kiwanian 4 Glee Club 3, 4 intramural Basketball 4 DeSales College Scholarship Entrant 4 Winner in Wendelette Campaign 4 Winner in Froslin Campaign 4 Commercial Award 3 Spelling Contest 4 American Legion Essay Entrant 4 Page Nineteen Lola M. Neat and peppy. Up-to-the-minute Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Wendelette Staff 3, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club 4 Winner in Wendelette Amateur Contest l Bonhi Club Plays 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Librarian 2 Mission Play 3 Co-Chairman Picnic 3 39 Frankari and always alert and very perl. Campaign 4 , 'x . Vernon A. Elchert Full of pep and out to win. He attracts you with his vim. Froshn Staff 4 Wendelette Staff 3 Mission Society l, 2, 3 Sodality l, 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Bonhi Club l, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 4 l"ootball 4 Bonhi Club Play 4 Acolythtcal Society l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Mission Play 3 Football Manager l, 2 Page Twenty Eugene W. Boif Happy-qo-lucky, a cheertul lad, Changing your mind whene'er you're sad Sodality l, 2, 3, Froslin Staff 4 4 Wendelette Staff 4 Bonhi Club 3, 4 Football 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Mary Iane Downes Gaiety and m In her manne Sodality l, 2, 3, Bonhi Club l, 2, Bonhi Club Play Mission Play l We-ncleleite Staff Froslin Staff 4 Winner in Wend Glee Club 3, 4 irth is lurking all the while r, in 4 3, 4 3, 4 4 elette her smile. Campaign 4 Rose Marie Erbland Though she is shy and so demure. Her loyalty is e'er secure. Wendelette Staff 4 Proslin Staff 4 Bonhi Club 3, 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3. 4 Winner in Wendelette Campaign 3 Mission Society 2 Harold P. Huth Good humor. good nature. ready lor lun. Keeping you going till day is done. Soclality 1, 2, 3, 4 Wendelette Staff 4 Froslin Stall 4 Winner in Wendelette Campaign 3, 4 Basketball 3 lntramural Basketball 4 Page Twenty-One 'Charles I. Cook He is quiet and serene. Seldom heard, seldom Wendelette Staff Z, 3 Froslin Staff 4 Mission Society 1, 2, 3 Sodality 1, 2, 37 Vice Prefect 4 Football 2, 31 Captain 4 Intramural Basketball 4 lunior Kiwanian 4 S9911 Gerald I. Kromer Scant ci words. a modest lad. Always cheerful, always glad. Froslin Statt 4 Wendelette Staff 2, 4 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Mission Society l Glee Club 3 Football 3, 4 Basketball Manager l, 2 lrtramural Basketball 4 Stage Manager 2, 3, 4 Winner in Wendelette Campaign 2, 4 Spelling Contest 3 Page Twenty-Two Viola R. Krarnb The beauty of her deeds is rare. Always helpful . . . doing her Shar Wendelette Staff 3, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Mission Society l, 2, 3, 4 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club Play Chorus 4 Glee Clulb 3, 4 Medal for Highest Average l Spelling Contest 4 Chapel Sacristan 2, 3, 4 Honorary Latin Society 3 9. Winner Notre Dame College Scholarship 4 DeSales College Scholarship Entrant 4 A. Ioseph La Fontain In the class ot thirty-nine. He's a lad who'l1 always shine. Class President 3 Wendelette Staff l, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club 4 " Winner in Wenclelette Campaign l lntramural Basketball 4 Bonhi Club Play 3, 4 Acolythical Society l, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3,. 4 Spelling Contest l, 3, 45 Spelling Champ American Legion Essay Winner 4 - Co-Chairman Picnic 3 Chronicle Class Winner l, 3 DeSales College Scholarship Entrant 4 ion 2 Ioan M. Lonsway Sweet and loving, and full oi lun. Never lets her work undone. Class Officer l, 2, 3 Wendelette Staff 4 Froslin Staff 4 Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club 2, 3, 4 Amateur Contest l Bonhi Club Plays 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Notre Dame College Scholarship Entrant 4 Spelling Contest l, 2, 3, 4 Mission Play l Richard I. Patterson Always loyal, always true. He will finish what he has to do. Wenclelette Staff 2 Mission Society Z Sodality l, Z, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Stage Manager 4 Page Twenty-Three Iosephine L. Nye W'hene'er there is work she ne'er will falter Her loyalty stands as the rock of Gibraltar. Sodality l, 2, 3, 4 Mission Society l, Z, 3, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Wendelette Staff 3, 4 Bonhi Club 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Spelling Contest 3, 4, Champion 2 Chapel Sacristan 2, 3, 4 Notre Dame College Scholarship Entrant 4 DeSales College Scholarship Enlrant 4 Bonhi Club Play Chorus 4 Ioseph L. Ulman He is a lad reserved and good. Doing for others all he could. Class Officer 1, 3, President 2 Sodality 1, 2, 4, Vice Pretect 3 Mission Society l, 3, Vice President 4 Acolythical Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Wencleletite Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Football 3, 4 lntramural Basketball 4 Bonhi Club Play Chorus 4 Basketball Manager l DeSales College Scholarship Entrant 4 Page Twenty-Four Iennie M. Tinkovicz She is a student, kind and grand. Always willing to lend a hand. Sodality 1, Z, 3, 4 Mission Society 2 Froslin Staff 4 Wendelette Staff l, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club Plays 4 Bonhi Club 1, Z, 3, 4 Mission Plays l, 3 Grlee -Club 3, 4 Spelling Contest l Chapel Sacristan 2, 3, 4 Notre Dame College Scholarship Entrant 4 DeSales College Scholarship Entrant 4 Mission Convention Delegate Z American Legion Essay Entrant l Richard M. Weber A little nonsense now and tzhen, Never caused anyone to lose a friend Akron North High 1, 2 Mission Society 3 Sodality 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Intramural Basket-ball 4 Froslin Staff 4 Mary C. Ziegman Tall and stately, with lady-like grace. Always wearing a smile on her lace. Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Mission Society l, 2, 3 Wendelette Staff 1, 2, 4 Froslin Staff 4 Bonhi Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 'Winner in Wendelette Campaign 4 C. S. M. C. Class Representative 4 I. Barrett Wonderly Carefree and happy, iovial and gay, He is like that every day. Mission Society 1, 3 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Bon-hi Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lntramural Basketball 4 Football 4 Bonhi Club Play 4 Acolythical Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Stage Manager Z, 3, 4 Proslin Staff 4 Page Twenty-Five Iohn R. Woessner He is an athlete. strong and tall In life's battles he'll ne'er iall. Wendelette Staff 1, 3, 4 Froslin Staff, Assistant Editor 4 Mission Society 1, 2, 3 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Bonhi Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Winner in Wencleleite Campaign 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3 Champion Speller 4 Class Winner Chronicle Campaign 3 DeSa1es College Scholarship Entrant 4 6la448" CLASS OF '39 CLASS COLORS-Blue and White CLASS MCTTOW-Work and Win CLASS FLOWER-Rose PRESIDENT , , .L,,L , E, Paul Lichtle VICE PRESIDENT ,,,, Iunior Bangert SECRETARY W Barbara Ann Welly TREASURER L,L,,,L,Y,,L Lola Erankart CLASS OF '40 CLASS CCL PRESIDENT ESMN,,III,,I E SECRETARY PRESIDENT ,IIw,,E SECRETARY PRESIDENT , SECRETARY .I,I.II,, ORS-Sepia and Gold CLASS MOTTO-Deeds not Words CLASS FLOWER-T alisman Rose Leonard Nye VICE PRESIDE NTD Mary Rose Ealter Margaret Smith TREASURER A Robert I-Iolderrsan CLASS OF '41 CLASS COLORS-Purple and Gold CLASS MOTTCAfTry, Trust, Triumph CLASS FLOWER-Yellow Rose - Charles Bulkow ski VICE PRESIDENT lose h R' I p itz er Rita Binkley TREASURER ,Catherine Couqhenour CLASS OF '42 CLASS COLCRSeRoyal Blue and Gold CLASS MCTTC---I-Ie who hesitates is lost CLASS FLOWER-Tea R ose Richard Maqers VICE PRESIDENT ,o,,,. Edward Kinn Helen Hellman TREASURER ii,i..r.,,i, Mary Navarro Page Twenty-Six Glafu of 1940 Margaret Smith Leonard Nye Mary Rose Falter Robert Holderman Richard Kinn Ralph Swick Robert Kinn Frank Crawford Ethel Huth loseph Biqila Vivian Holman . Thomas Roberls Eileen Emerine Paul Wagner Donald Martin Marguerite Lichtle Iames Ulman Peter Tlnkovicz Kaihleen Teeple Harold Coon Mary Srnilh Mildred Thom Lucian Brown - Carolyn Cunningham William Getz -A ---- l .:-,-- y ", ' I vi 7 mr .,.,. A .... V, an , S 1 r :E fe... L.. ?E5.??"F, , 6 - 5-2-: 0, z ' " - Wwtsfx I ww ..., 5. .,.. 5 Z xml i :, Q lg ,i W sa 5 'K 3 M .,,, J ' my zE'E53' : 55125555 "i M :ar : ig 21:3 5 : - , 1 rr '-1 -W 525 l u , : K ""' ,W - E,,,,:ii:, S3352 '98 . -:1 '-" is X r am in if ,::s:- -. erve r,,r,. r,4w 'fww Q K V I r.., X , K 5 f 2,1!:2.??E ':,55f4-QE f, - :fi Jw- zz, 'E' -gf' . , f 2 L SW: ' -. V - 35' ,- L3 ' 5 , I L LE ' erre ref were -.' K A A :eggs wi- A A W 'Q N 'P 1? wifi Q, W A "1 " ' :J ..... 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S Page Twenty-Eight 01644 of 1941 Rita Binkley Charles Bulkowski Catherine Coughenour loseph Ritzler Dorothy Keiffer William Kramb , Rita Ardner Ursula Finsel lames Shields Margaret Altweis Betty Ann Goshe Frank Waltermeyer Viola Ardner Eugene Bahnsen Mary Io Woessner Mary Richmond Irene Morse Ioanne Huth Edward Moes Catherine Downes Emmett Sheeran Alton Lehmann Maraquita Bouillon Paul Seebon Rita Lonsway Myron Ziegman Clarence Hammer 6344- of 194.2 Helen Heilman Richard Magers Mary Navarro Edward Kirin Ioanne Klinepeter Robert Bradner Phyllis Cook Virginia Lichtle Edward Seebon Marjorie Kinn Carl Kramb Edward Hammer Eleanor Foos Franklin Holman Mary Whitta Richard Zeigman Barbara Ann Firth Gerald Thomas Kathryn Smith Paul Cook Richard Abowd Margaret Thom Paul Wolph Geraldine Shober Herman Keiffer Frances Brown Mark Briokner Marjorie Schmitz Peter DiCesare Stanley Tin'kovicz Helen Whitta Iames Boil Lester Huth Donald Schart Robert Kipka Margaret Patterson Ioseph Vanderhoil ati? 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Editor-ineChiet on her Way from the Wendelette ottice, thoughtfully examining copy. 4, 5, 6, 7. Super "'Sunshine" salesmen. 8. Budding journalists setting up the "dummy." 9. Assistant school secretary, Iennie Tinkovicz. lO. Friends meet friends at intermission time. ll. Freshieis applying their Latin rules. Glauaaam qlaafzefi l l l. Our tuture physicists. 2. Mrs. C. Kuhn, school secretary. 3. Angles and theorems seem easy for William Krarnb. 4. Budding bookkeepers. 5. Coach "Dutch" Tscherne. 6. Speed and accuracy is their aim. 7. Aspiring stenographers. 8. More bookkeepers. 9. Student librarian, Geraldine Shober. lU. My, are they studious! ll. Rita Binkley delving into the mys- teries ot geometry. l2. Barbara Ann Welly, chapel organist. l3. Madame Curie's rivals. Page Thirty-One fffiflfw SEPTEMBER 6. Passengers board the "S. S. Wendelin." 7. Ship weighs anchor with enrollment of 115. Passengers get acquainted with ship's crew. 13. Passengers extend sympathy to Coach Tscherne on death of his father. 16. Voyagers embark on Wendelette Campaign. 25 Ship's gridders prove superior to Marion St. Mary's, 13-10. 30. Upper Sandusky ties ship's players, 7-7. OCTOBER 3. Barbara Ann Welly is chosen pilot of The Wendelette. First class passengers win Wendelette subscription contest. . Grand rejoicing! Sailor Evelyn Bigham becomes Mrs. Clarence Kuhn. 12. "S. S. Wendelin" makes first stop-Columbus Day. 17. Popular first class passenger, lohn Woessner, has emergency operation. 19. First and second class passengers frolic at Box Social. 21. Passports are issued for the first six Weeks. 24. Class officers elected for this year's voyage. Passengers enthused over first issue of The Wendelette. Gaiety and mirth on board as first class passengers enjoy Hal1oWe'en party. 31. Felicity lurks as gridmen trim Norwalk. 5. 6 28. 31. NOVEMBER 2. Paul Lichtle chosen first Iunior Kiwanian for this school year. 9. Lola Frankart places first in Wendelette ad campaign. 10. Third class passengers enjoy gay winter party on ship. 11. Passengers pause to pay silent tribute to World War Victims. 13. Fremont St. Ioe's vanquished by ship's eleven, 18-13. 14. Athletic mothers prepare sumptuous banquet for sons. 18 Charles Cook chosen honorary captain of ship's gridmen. 20. Mother Mary Benedict on board ship to visit passengers. 22 Book week honored by program. All become literary-minded. 24. Another standstill! 1t's Thanksgiving Day! 30. Fourth class boys treat girls with jolly party from 7 to 10 p. m. DECEMBER 4-7. Festivities canceled for three days While Spiritual Retreat is held on board. 6-7-8. Passengers present Admiral, Pope Pius Xl, With Spiritual Bouquet. 7. Rear Admiral, Father Weber, honored with festive nameday program. 8. Ship stops in port for feast of Immaculate Conception. 8. Thirty-eight fourth class passengers enrolled in Blessed Virgin Sodality. 14. Editor of ship's paper receives Quill and Scroll recognition. 16. Fun aboard--"TommyhaWks" vs. "Old Timers" basketball game. 22. Ship docks for Christmas vacation. 28. Alumni board ship for annual fray, Alumni vs. Varsity. Page ThirtyfTwo 1 Wife "S. S. Wendelin" journeys out into sea of school activities. junior Bangert leads in Mission bake sale. Fostoria Piedmen win close game, 27-26. Ship's publication submitted in competition for journalistic honors. Passengers enter Chronicle Poster and Slogan contest. Iunior Bangert elected Bonhi Club president. Captain, Father Osterhage, honored on nameday with spiritual bouquet and program. Unique memorial gift, Rexair sweeper, presented by first class passengers. Cagers upset Marion St. Mary's, 32-26. 26. Passengers' memories examined by semester tests. FEBRUARY 3 Revised passports issued for the second semester of voyage. 5 Chronicle campaign launched. 5 6. There is "One Mad Night" aboard, due to Bonhi Club's efforts. Iunior Bangert succeeds Paul Lichtle as Iunior Kiwanian. All on board mourn death of Admiral, Pope Pius XI. Various programs commemorate Lincoln's Birthday. Passengers pay tribute to the Father of America, George Washington. Third class passengers lead entire ship in Catholic Chronicle subscription campaign with 1002 average returns. MARCH New Admiral, Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli assumes title, Pius XII. Magazine campaign launched: proceeds to purchase electric scoreboard. Ship's sharpshooters elect Iohn Woessner, captain. All on board witness demonstration of F. H. S. speech choir. Irish passengers celebrate. Burgette, the magician, entertains. Senior girls hear Sister Mary 'Michella talk on Notre Dame College life. Sailor, Coach Tscherne, accepts position at Toledo Central next year. Elmer Bache, Dayton star, to take over Sailor Tsche'rne's duties. First class football players enjoy DeSales banquet. Former passengers speak on vocation week program. Rear Admiral, Father Weber, celebrates eighty-fifth birthday. Ship's salon, scene of movie, "Shepherd of the Seven Hills." First class passengers overjoyed as class rings arrive. Passengers engage in spelling contesty Iohn Woessner, first class passen- ger proclaimed championy Eileen Emerine, second class passenger, is close second. Fourth class passengers soar to clinch highest rating in Mission movie ticket sales. All on board saddened by death of Sister Charlotie's father. Ship has standstill tfree day.l j First class girls embark for Cleveland trip, accompanied by Sister Mary Lillian. Four first class girls take Notre Dame College Scholarship tests. First class boys given leave from duties. Page Thirty-Three fffrflfaff APRIL Ship drops anchor for Easter vacation. Glee club makes initial appearance at parish church. All resume tasks. i Federal Orchestra plays for ship's concert. Second class passengers take over reins on ship's publication. Kathleen Teeple and loseph Bigila pilot Iunior Editions. Viola Krarnllo wins four-year tuition scholarship to Notre Dame College. Seven first class passengers take DeSales scholarship tests. Ship is delighted with "Sunshine," MAY "Sunshine" again. First class passengers take top honors in "Sunshine" ticket returns. Opening of Froslin subscription campaign causes much excitement. Charles Cook chosen last Iunior Kiwanian for this year. Sailor, Mrs. Floyd Kinnaman, is general chairman of Iunior-Senior Promp Second class passenger, Leonard Nye, named Student Chairman. Captain announcesslfaledictorian and Salutatorian, Iunior Bangert and Bar- bara Ann Welly, respectively. Brother Torn Price, Dayton University professor, talks to senior passengers on Dayton College life. Iunior passengers present Seniors with Prom invitations. Festive occasion held in ship's salon, Wednesday, May 17. Yippee! Hurray! Hurrah: Froslin Campaign is huge success. Gayest social event of the season-lunior-Senior Prom. Ship anchors for Ascension Day. 1939 FROSLIN makes its debut. lt is the tops! Final examination of passports is made. IUNE Ship halts-First class passengers and crew enjoy Captain's unique treat. Solemnity on board-lt is the seniors' day of recollection. The day of days! COMMENCEMENT DAY! In cap and gown, the first class passengers attend their Mass and receive Holy Communion. Third class passengers honor departing senior passengers with sumptuous graduation breakfast. First class passengers leave "S. S. Wendelin" to sail their own ships on the Sea of Life. Iuniors entertain entire crew and passengers with land party Cpicnicl. "S. S. Wendelin" anchors until next seasonof sailing. ' I Page Thirty-Four A . Page Thirty-Five W Hmm, Y' 2 fu' A :L Q, 2?.effmf px ,wJYn,,?. , , AgA.v,5,..W 5,32 ,. -. vw, ',ESl,Mq,g,qgdggw,z. .W?gz:1,.S.5Q:gQ K L- 'N an I 19 .N a 5 x. '-4 YE vw is Q T , :Hr , 4-A-mf H QM? 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Row 2-Robert Bradner, Edward Kirin, William Kramb, Richard Zieqman larnes Shields, Edward Seebon, Stanley Tinkovicz, Carl Kramb. Row 3-Vernon Elchert, Paul Seebon, Peter Tinkovicz, Clarence Hammer loseph Ulman, Ioseiph Riizler, Myron Zieqrnan. Qalfhm Rueu, M Page Thirty-Six Row l-Robert Braclner, Edward Kinn, Richard Abowcl, Gerald Thomas, Carl Kramb. Row 2-Marjorie Kinn, Viola Kramlo, Barbara Ann Welly, Ioseph Ulman, Vice president, Rita Binkley, treasurer, lunior Bangert, president, Iames Ulman, secretary, Marguerite Lichftle, Mary Rose Falter. Row 3-Margaret Patterson, Phyllis Cook, Eleanor Foos, Helen Whitta, Barbara Ann Firth, Virginia Lichtle, Rita Ardner, loanne Huth, Viola Ardner, Mary Whitta, Catherine Coughenour. Row 4eeMaraquita Bouillon, Margaret Smith, Carolyn Cunningham, Mary Richmond, Margaret Altweis, Mary lo Woessner, Dorothy Keiffer, Mary Smith, Kathryn Smith. 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Wt,,t.,,,v,, ,,QmM,f5ggwxg2amY5, 'ii . ?,,Eg,ffgia1'L'gf:3:,ii2 Q ' Q QM-nw X . , , Publicity Committee g li H Paul L1cht1e, Mildred Thorn, Ioseph Ritz- f R5 fix it ler, Marjorie Kinn. - ' , 1 -'ww " iis if Lola Frankart, Thomas Roberts, Margaret Altweis, Richard Abowd. K Q. f- 2 - - . -V S -J'ezgfh-'iiewgfaitf-33'f'WfWm . if - , --.L Jgfzzzzgffjfii, zffggl Page T hiriy'Eiqht - V A Seniors and funiors Row l-Richard Patterson, Barbara Ann Welly, pianist, Mrs. Floyd Kinnaman, director, Lucian Brown, accordianist, Lola Franlcart, Barrett Wonderly. Row 2-Iunior Bangert, Margaret Smith, Har- old Coon, Mary Rose Falter, Mildred Thorn, Vernon Elchert, losephine Nye, Paul Lifchtle. Row 3- Rose Marie Erbland, Ioseph Ulman, Carolyn Cunningham, Ethel l-luth, Richard Weber, Mary lane Downes. Row 4-Mary Ziegman, Viola Krarnb, Ioseph LaFontain, Marguerite Lichtle, Paul Wagner, Kathleen Teeple, Iennie Tinkovtcz. Sophomores and Freshmen Row l-Iarnes Shields, Baribara Arn Welly, pianist, Mrs. Floyd Kinnaman, director, Lucian Brown, accordianist, Kathryn Downes, Paul Wolph. Row 2-Helen Heilman, Carl Kramb, Joanne Huth, Robert Kitpka, Rita Ardner, Robert Bradner, Frances Brown, Edward Kinn. Row 3wfEleanor Foos, Geraldine Shober, Margaret Thom, Virginia Lichtle, Marjorie Schmitz, Helen Whitta, Maraquita Bouillon, Barbara Ann Firth, Mary Whitta, Viola Ardner. Row 4-.Alton lehmann, Margaret Patterson, Mark Brickner, Rita Binkley, Edward Seebon, Joanne Klinepeter, Myron Ziegman, Catherine Coughenour, Richard Magers. Row 5-Maricrie Kinn, Mary Navarro, Peter DitCesare, Mary Richmond, Margaret Altweis, Edward Moes, Betty Ann Goshe, Dorothy Keiffer, Phyllis Cook. Page Thirty-Nine Bmw GM Row l-Robert Bradner, Edward Kinn, Edward Hammer, Peter DiCesare, Robert Kipka, Richard Atbowd, Richard Magers. Row 2-Geraldine Shober, Marjorie Kinn, Virginia Lichtle, Barbara Ann Firth, Iunior Bangert, president, Marguerite Lichtle, secretary, Mary Whitta, Frances Brown, Helen Whitta. Row 3-'Phyllis Cook, loanne Klinepeter, Mary Navarro, Kathryn Smith, Margaret Thom, Rita Ardner, Ioanne Huth, Viola Ardner, Catherine Coughen- our, Marjorie Schmitz, Frank Crawford. Row 4-Alton Lehmann, Eleanor Foes, Dorothy Keitier, lrene Morse, Mar- garet Smith, Ethel I-luth, Iosephine Nye, Mary lane Downes, Eileen Emerine, Vivian Holman. Row 5-Mary Rose Falter, Mary Io Woessner, Rita Lonsway, Iennie Tink- ovicz, Mary Smith, Barbara Ann Welly, Carolyn Cunningham, Rita Binlcley. Row 6-Mary Ziegman, Ioan Lonsway, Kathleen Teeple, Rose Marie Erb- land, Lola Frankart, Kathryn Downes, Margaret Altweis, Betty Ann Goshe, Mil- dred Thorn. Row 7-Eugene Bott, Leonard Nye, Ioseph Bigila, Thomas Roberts, Harold Coon, Iames Shields, loseph Vanderhoft, Robert Kinn. Row 8-Vernon Elchert, Ioseph l.aFontain, Iohn Woessner, Paul Wolpli, Paul Lichtle, Barrett Wonderly. Seated: Bonhi Officers Standing: Class Presidents Iunior Bangert, President Richard Magers Marguerite Lichtle, Secretary Paul Lichtle Leonard Nye Charles Bulkowski Page Forty Page Forty-One x .aww , 3 f- 2 2253355 -'--- 'M U Q L., K ! f , w 4 N E 9 'N M 'VP 7 far ag A 4 ? wg ? f . 5: 4 's hi '25, 1 Mm if -Y al kj N X , mx M is Q Q A wk .9 f N 2 ,, 1? f if ' V is 4 M X A f v 1 W N 4353 5- X X fam lk lk ' IX ,Q 'X fi ,S ' . 1 1 3 5 f :Q H f 2 4 f 35? " ,-f Q 6 s X ., ,vwmzzs 33, .til 11 ,Q '- N Ag.,,,, ,,.:: , hM,,A Q, ,A 'xifr ia G7 'z7'7'33lf'Q,: 2 Y' . 2 , 'f f T LW WQQQ ' - ggfkgffg 7513 L sgiixiifzaglzg Xf512?551EiiQE1!E5Qf22fv:s2z2f2r'fizfaizzzsmfQzzfmatgiisfigfzfffiggisz Y L fm , 2:: 52' i' T X' WWW M' W51'ru Kirin - ' 'Sify was Q.famMm:2-Q?2',s:gzg:ih ?2,ii3Z5Ei1" mu. . . . 'ancfg Iunior Bangert Barbara Ann Welly Page Forty-Two eu fu -swf 'From left to right-Lola Franlcart, Iennie Tinlcovicz, Gerald Kromer, Viola Kramib, Paul Lichtle, John Woessner, Barbara Ann Welly, Iunior Bangert, Ioseph La Fontain, Mary Zieqman, Ioseph Ulman, Ioan Lonsway, Iosephine Nye. illillllll Barbara Ann Welly Page Forty-Three editorial Slajy Editor , -,,,,,,...,...,,,, .,, ,,,..........., ,,,.,...., ,, ,,.. A.., ,, , B arbara Ann Welly Assistant Editor W,.. H-- ,.,,,,t,,t,,,,,,,....,,,...t,,t,.t,,,.n.,t,,t.t,,,,t,.t,, Iohn Woessner Associate Editors .,,,. .,,o I oan Lonsway, Iennie Tinkovicz, Ioseph La Fontain Sports Editors , ,,or, C, ,..,o ,,....,.,o,.,,..,o,.,.,.,,,o..,,.,,o I oseph Ulman, Paul Lichtle Art Co-Editors ,....o..,o,.,o. ...o,o,,. .,... C h aries Cook, Lola Frankart Student Photographer ,oo.oo ,.,..,,.,o...o,.,,,,..,o...oo L eonard Nye '40 Typist Manager ,,..,.o,.... ..,,o..,r,,....,.,,,o,,,,o,,o,,,,, I osephine Nye Assistant Typists ,.,,.,.. .......,.,,o,...., M ary Ziegman, Mary Iane Downes Business Slab' Business Manager ....,..o,,,.,..,.,,,o,,o,,,.o,o,,o.....,,o, .,.... I unior Bangert Assistant Business Manager oo,oo, t...,, V iola Kramlo Advertising Manager o.....r,...,,o,,, , ,,,o,o, Gerald Kromer Assistant Advertising Manager ,o,,o, ,o,,,,,,.,o,,.,,..,.. E ugene Bott Circulation Manager .,,o.,,.,...o.,,,o,. o,.,,.,,o,.r,,,.,, R ose Marie Erbland Assistant Circulation Manager ,o,oo roo,,,oo,o.,..,...oov,-.,.o, R ichard Weber Subscriptions Y ,o,..o,,o,o...,.,oo.,o,oo,,oo,.,o,,,,oo..oro,,o Harold Huth, Barrett Wonderly PatrOr1S ,.... .. .,,. .. ,,o,,r,,....o,,..,o,,..ov.,,o,,,.,..,,o..o, Vernon Elchert, Richard Patterson Underclassmen. o,,.,o,.,,o...,,,.o,,., C- Paul Wagner, Harold Coon, Thomas Roberts, Donald 'Martin, Emmett Sheeran, Ioseph Ritzler, Helen Whitta, Ioanne Huth Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager Barbara Ann Welly Iohn Woessner Iunior Bangert .Page Forty-Pour 1939 Gwinn Staff ' ,,r C C l ,, so 1 e lr r ' r r fe rr, r r , f K .--A V ' , Q - W, ZA Y V - U Yr . , E X no , C N7 r X, J W ,,,,A, .. ...,, .. Row l-Junior Banqert, Barbara Ann Welly, Iohn Woessner, Charles Cook, Iennie Tinkovicz, Barrett Wonderly, loan Lonsway. Row 2-Mary Zieqman, Paul Lichtle, Harold I-Iuth, Lola Frankart, Richard Weber, loseph l..al:'ontain, Viola Kramb, Ioseph Ulman Row 3-4Ri-Chard Pail erson, Iosephine Nye, Vernon Elchert, Leonard Nye, Mary lane Downes, Eugene Boff, Rose Marie Erbland, Gerald Kromer. Row 4-Donald Marlin, Tommy Roberts, Ioseph Ri Joanne Huth, Emmett Sheeran, Paul Wagner, Harold Coon. WWW' tzler, Helen Whitta. ,M qi W ww: ' , ?4,Q,x W , VV we Q r: v, , Q C f " Xwi a l r , , L. ' 5: za' , 23 ' V W V ,- f--- 1. X 5 2 , ' V C ..:: - ff, I 1 ,, 3 -5353 ' 545 A ' V K We A' h Y E 4-:asa A 1 :ff.r,a:,n ,, - Mx. . N 3 , ., 1, Row l-Barbara Ann Welly, lunior Banqerl, Lola Frankart. Row 2-loseph LaFontain, Iennie Tinlcovicz, Gerald Gromer. Page Forty-Five n - ll I- Cast Row l-Mary Whitta, Barrett Wonderly, Adeline Tinkovi-cz, Paul Lichtle Catherine Couqhenour. Row 2-Lola Frarkart, lunior Banqert, loan Lonsway, Margaret Altweis Vernon Elchert, lennie Tinkovicz. Chorus Row l-Harold Coon, Barbara Ann Welly, pianist, Lucian Brown, accord- ianist, Mrs. Floyd Kinnaman, director, Fran-ces Brown, Ioseph Ulman. Row 2-Margaret Smith, Iames Shields, Eleanor Foos, William Kramb, lose- phine Nye, Leonard Nye, Helen Whitta. Row' 3-Paul Wolph, Barbara Anna Firth, Alton Lehmann, Viola Kramb, Edward Moes, Mary Rose Falter. - Page Forty-Six I l'5un4fuhe" Scene! l. CMaudelia to Buddyl "Am I making you tired? l thought a great big rnan like you could dance all night. Come on!" 2. lNurse to Butternipj "lt you don't be good you shan't have your tonic," "l oan't stand jolting. Don't jolt mel" 3, "Sweethearts, Who need no crown or throne, Sweethearts, who live on love alone!" 4. ttMajor to Buddyj "I Won't handy Words With you!" "That Won't make me lose any sleep." 5. Personnel of cast-make-up and all. B. Three characters ot the play: Mrs. Whipple, Major Kellicott, and Tessie, 7. lMajor to Buddy? "Don't you Want to meet the young lady?" "Sure, but not now. You see, I ain't used to these society darnesf' 8. tMrs. Whipple to Maryl "I saw sorne- one, just as l was starting for the dining- room." 9. Mrs. McCann With daughter Maud- elia. lU. Entire chorus with honestatofgood- ness "Sunshine" spirit. Page Forty Seven cw af new AM wwf' Row l-Tommy Roberts, Vivian Holman, Catherine Couqhenour, Ioan Lonsway, Mary lane Downes, Eileen Emerine. Row 2-Donald Martin, Harold Coon, Lola Frankart, Richard Kinn, Iennie Tinkovicz, loseph Laljontain, Paul Wolph, Leonard Nye. Rev. R. I. Osterhage .iiaecloa of Playa To Reverend R. l. Osterhage, principal, is due much oi the credit for the success of the dramatic productions presented this year at St. Wendelin High School. Under his capable and expert direction two clever plays, "One Mad Night" and "Sunshine," were enacted before large, enthusiastic audiences. Page Forty-Eight ailzolic 'Boo4,Z'ewi Row l-Margaret Thom, Marjorie Schmitz, Barbara Ann Welly, Viola Kramb, Mary Ziegznan, Ioan Lonsway, Kathleen Teeple, Marguerite Lichtle, Mary Rose Falter. Row 2-Ioanne Klinepeter, Frances Brown, Mary Navarro, Barbara Ann Firth, Phyllis Cook, Rita Ardner, Joanne Huth, Viola Ardner, Mary Whitta, Cath- erine Coughenour. Row' 3-Geraldine Shober, Maraquita Bouillon, Margaret Smith, Carolyn Cunningham, Eileen Ernerine, Ethel Huth, Mary Smith, Kathryn Smith, Ursula Finsel. Row 4-ll-Ierrnan Keiffer, Mildred Thorn, Rita Binkley, Margaret Altweis, Mary Io Woessner, Rita Lonsway, Robert Bradner, Gerald Thomas, Richard Magers. Row 5-Robert Kipka, Mark Brickner, Iames Shields, Paul Seebon, Iunior Bangert, Edward Kinn, Edward Moes, Emmett Sheeran. Row Ge-Paul Cook, Barrett Wonderly, Vernon Elchert, Ioseph Ritzler, Ralph Swick, Paul Lichtle, Ioseph LaFontain. Row' 7-Leonard Nye, Donald Martin, Paul Wagner, Richard Kinn, Iohn Woessner, Robert Kinn, Eugene Bahnsen. Each' year the drive for our Diocesan paper, the Catholic Chronicle, is placed in the hands oi the students of the Diocese. This year the quota Was one full-year subscription from each student. Above are those who complied with the wishes of our Most Reverend Bishop. Page Forty-Nine l Page Fifty 0 mzhefdaz' l. Principal, Father Osterhage, and sen- ior class president, Paul Lichtle, in con- terence. Q. luniors ready for dismissal. 3. Catherine Coughenour, sophomore, keeping the library in tip-top shape. 4. Cramrning their heads With know- ledge during study period. 5. Exhibiting the Work oi the Catholic Press during Press Month. 6, 7, 8, 9, lO. Characters, in costume, of "One Mad Night." ll. Yum! Yum! These ladies served cocoa daily to the students. 12. They're studying! And how! 13. Our patient Custodian, Mr. Ed Gehring, trimming the hedges. Wafziecf 0 l. Faithful chapel sacristans. 2, 3. Editor and manager ot Iunior is- sues of Wendelette. . 4. Our busiest room, the Wendelette precinct. 5. Social gathering. 6, 7. Campus scenes in Winter. 8, Grotto adjoining church. 9. President demonstrating Seniors' memorial gift to school. 10. Another social group. ll, l2, 13. Veteran chapel sacristans. l4. One of our typists. 15. Librarians mending books. 16 , 17. Characters of "One Mad Night." Page Fifty-One if Qlaalm l. A daily scene in our chapel. 2. "Sunshine" chorus in action. 3. Seven take DeSales College test. 4. Presenting "The Iunior Kiwaniansf' 5. Our lankiest athlete becomes a spelling champ-Iohn Woessner. 5. Getting practical experience in mimeographing and typing. 7. lunior-Senior Prom chairman! Leonard Nye. 8. Members ot "Sunshine" cast drama- tize. 9. First prize Winner in Wendelette ad contestflaola Frankart. IU. Our famous accordianist, Lucian Brown, who broadcasts over WSPD. ll. Senior girls snapped in front of No- tre Dame Academy, Cleveland. l2. Another Cleveland scene-girls on steps ot St. Thomas Aquinas Church. l3. Mary Rose Falter-always a Willing Worker. 14. Relaxing between acts ot"Sunshine." 15. Eileen Ernerine won second place in spelling contest. l6. These girls participated in the No- tre Darne Scholarship eXams,' Cleveland. Page Fifty-Two Page Fifty-Three fs fy? if! + R, ,Q ' xgilgsm W N ' 1. Q f Y! ' - ,ff A I - I ff A if 4 A 5 .Vx QQ. ' J 'WH xfzgfw-2g,'+,k 'xg A S fx - M:::f1f""" W., A ,.fwr"A" in wfkfib Miwj, ,, wx if Q m 5 ,if 71 Q5 k L f SX l .. 1 X 5,,:jC:x 1 f 3 ,f ' wx ' lj ,LEP ' 2fQ:'ff7Q9 J 3,33 grim Qgfififil f lm? QW ZW '1i' 4A? l3LL..Q-- i x ,f xx f M 4 w R Coach Tscherne 14161413 Mmm Although he has been at the coaching helm for only one year, Mr. Adolph I. Tscherne, a graduate oi Dayton Univer- sity in 1938, has Won the respect ot every athlete who wears the black and gold. Through his cheerful attitude and untiring efforts he coached his team to play clean, hard fought games which paved the Way to a successful season. During the coming year he will be a member ot the coaching staff at Toledo Central. The Class oi 1939 con- gratulates Coach Tscherne on this splendid promotion and wishes him the best oi luck in the years to come. 1939-40 em sazmwz Dec. l Dec. 8 Dec. l2 Dec. l5 Dec Dec Ian. lan. lan. Ian. Ian. lan. lan. Ian. lan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb .29 Clyde ,,,,,,,,aaa. ,..... Here Marion There ,,,-,.,St. loe, Fremont There Crestline r-r-n--,, ----- Here ,,,,,,-Calvert ,nm Here Alumni nm Here ,-,,,,,New Ptiegel nan- Here r-r----Upper Sandusky W--,T W--- Here -,-,,-,Open Clyde There Fostoria High ---- There a,,,,-Open ----,--Cpen ,-,,---Crestline League Night-There Open a,,-,,,Upper Sandusky There nam- St. Ioe, Fremont Here ,,,,,,,Marion Here Fostoria High ---W Here ,aN,,Carey ------ Here St. lVIary's, Sandusky There W----Calvert W- There Page Fifty-Four QOOM-Gd Siam! First Row: Harold Corn, Tim Getz, Tex Eulkowski, Zieqrnan, Stan Tinkovlcz, lim Ulrnan, Don Miller, Tommy t lim Shields, Myron Roberts, Toe Vander- hoff, Bob Holderrnan, Dick Maqers, mqr. Second Row: Coach Tscherne, Don Ganqway, rnqr., Woessner, Gerald Kromer, Pete Tinkovicz, Iunior Banqert, Kreais, lim Bott, Frark Waltermeyer, Ioe Ulman, Rev. R. I. Third Row: Eugene Bahnsen, mqr., Bud Wonderly, Paul Lichtle, Iohnny Paul Wolph, Wayne Osterhaqe, principal. Verncn Elchert, Cap- tain Chuck Cook, Clarence Hammer, Dick Kirin, Paul Wagner, Toe Lalfontain, Eugene Boff, Ioe Ritzler. ST. WENDELIN: Wendelin Wendelin St. St. St. St. St. St. St. Wendelin St. St. Wendelin Wendelin Wendelin oooo Wendelin Wendelin 2, .2 Wendelin 1932 Zzqaifdall Scam OPPONENTS: 0 Fostoria , , l3 St. Mary's, Marion Upper Sandusky O Carey .o,. . .2 . . 2 Calvert , U Crestline , St. Paul's, Norwalk flffia St. Mary's, Sandusky .. St. Ioseph's, Fremont an 7 1939 Zlaazfdall Saheflule Sept. l5 22 Sept. 29 Sept. Oct. 6 Oct. 13 20 Oct. 27 Oct. Nov. 5 Nov. ll F. H. S. --,-,Wayne Upper Sandusky .. , ,wo Marion Open Calvert ,,,,,Sprinqtield . , .. - . Sandusky, St. Mary's ,. , ---,,l:'remont, St. loe's , Page F'fty-Five 45 O . ,... 7 32 35 . 212 . .6 28 f 13 Here Here Here There There There There Here B '7eam Sitting: Thomas Roberts, loseph Ritzler, Paul Lichtle, William Getz, larries Ulman. Standing: Stanley Tinkovicz, manager, Richard Kinn, Clarence Hammer, Honorary Captain lohn Woessner, Coach Tscherne. 1938 - 1939 We Wendelin ,,,,,, S 7,,,, 6 Wendelin SS SS ,,,,, SS18 Wendelin S. SSSS32 Wendelin oooooo SSSSSS32 Wendelin ,,,,,, 22 Wendelin SS 31 Wendelin SS 26 Wendelin S ooooooo 26 Wendelin SS S S32 Wendelin S S 17 Wendelin SS SS S20 Wendelin SS SSSSS S 24 Wendelin 21 Wendelin SS S SSSSSS32 Wendelin S S SSSSS33 Wendelin SS SSSo,S S23 Wendelin S 34 Wendelin S SS SS,o, -19 Wendelin S S SS SSSS36 Wendelin SSSSS SSSS 32 Wendelin ,,,,o 25 Page Baslgelball Scores Opponents They St. Mary's, Marion SSSSSS 12 St. Ioe's, Fremont SSS.S SS 21 Crestline SSSS.Sovoooo.S7 SS S S. 37 Toledo Central SSSSSS SSSSSS 4 2 Tiffin Calvert SSSS,, S SS 26 Alumni SSS, S ,eoSSSSSS SSSSSS 2 1 Fostoria High SSSSSS..,,,,SSSS.S Z7 Upper Sandusky SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSS 4 4 Tiffin Business University SSSSSSSS S 64 Wayne SSSSSS..SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ..,. S 33 New Rieqel SSSSSSSS SS S STTS i 23 Fostoria High SSSSSSS , S,,,, 40 Crestline SSSS SSSS.,oooooooo , SS 33 Marion St. Mary's ,S,o,,,,oooooo S 26 Upper Sandusky SSSSSSSSS. 30 Tiffin Business University S S . 41 Carey SSSSSSSSSS..SS..iiii....,,,,, . ,SSSSSSSSS 41 Sandusky, St. Mary's SSSSSSS SSSSSS 4 4 Tiffin Calvert SSSSSSSSSSSSS,,,SSSS 34 Republic iTournamentl S 27 Lucas iTournamentl SSSSSSSS SiSSiS 5 5 Fifty-Six Um Ba-:yi an fqaifian Cameral catches varsity basketball team in scrimmage, tensely waiting for ball to rebound into outstretched hands. This picture shows players closing in on basket as ball splits the net on a foul shot. Photo was snapped as ball rebounds oit bank board into the waiting hands oi No. 5. Page F1fty Seven SZ. ' R Sitting: Iarnes Shields, Charles Bulkowsfci, Richard Magers, Myron Ziegman, William Kramb Standing: Edward Seebon, mgr., Paul Wolph, Ioseph Vanderhoff, Coach Tscherne Team Marion ,W Crestline --- St. Wendelin Calvert ,W Wins Losses 2 Z 2 4 Page Fifiy-Eight Pct. .667 .667 .333 333 9 0 Indians: First Row: Wayne Kreais, Iames Boff, Gerald Kromer, mqr. Frank Wal- termeyer, Harold Coon. Yankees: Second Row: Emmett Sheeran, Paul Seeloon, Ioseph Lalfontain, mgr., Leonard Nye, Alton Lehmann. Red Sox: Third Row: Herman Kettler, Iunior Banqert, Eugene Boff, mqr., Harold Huth, Vernon Elchert, Paul Cook. Senators: Sitting: Edward Hammer, Oharles Cook, mqr., Robert Kinn, Peter Tinkovicz, Edward Moes. Tigers: Standing: Edward Kinn, Richard Patterson, Barrett Wonclerly, mqr., Io- seph Ulman, Donald Scharf, Robert Bradner. Page Fifty-Nine Page Sixty Spoal' .Scand l. Basketball captain, Iohn Woessner. 2. Football captain, Charles Cook. 3. Veteran basketball player, Paul Lichtle. 4. Seventh and eighth grade sharpf shooters, coached by Bob Waltermeyer. 5. Coach Tscherne ready to Start action. 5, 7, 8. Faithful basketball managers. 9, 10, ll, 12. Pepl Pep! Pep! That's their middle name. l3, l4. Managers who kept football equipment spic and span. l5. Gridiron scene. 16. A few ot our gridmen. l7. Another grid battle scene. l8. Girls' gym class. Qaodlin l9Gblf041Jf Bev. A. A. Weber Bev. B. l. Osterhage Rev. C. A. Buess Bev. Anthony Moes Mr. and Mrs. Richard Abowd Art Norge Appliance Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bangert Dr. E. C. Belt Bentz Barber Shop Bishop Sanitary Dry Cleaninq Bonded Gas and Oil The Book and Giit Shop Dr. and Mrs. G. H. W. Bruggemann Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brumley C. H. Burkhart Cameron Insurance Agency Dr. Iames Carter Class of '39 Class of '40 Class of '41 Class of '42 Churtz and Bosenberger Coal Yard. Dr. A. O. Cole Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cunningham G. H. Eaton Edison Cut Rate Drug Store Esther Fredericks Fostoria Automobile Club Fostoria Union Dairy Co. A Friend A Friend Gear's Grocery Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Geoghegan Groman Coal Co. ludge Charles A. Guernsey Dr. Gordon Hartnett Page Sixty-One Homerick Studio Mr. E. M. Hopkins Dr. H. D. Hunter lay Millinery P. L. Iones Dr. and Mrs. I. N. Kiebel Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kinn Kinnaman Electric B. F. Kissell McArthur Grocery The Ohio Fuel Gas Co. Dr. W. H. Pelton Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Pennell Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Perry Porter's Dry Cleaning The Preis Store Reed Insurance Agency Rexair, Inc. Rogers Producing Company Rotary Club Dr. F. G. Buble Ruhl Motor Co. Dr. M. E. Seiple Service Laundry Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Sheeran Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sherman Carl Smith S. K. Smith Co. Sullivan Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. C. Swick Iohnny Weber Mrs. A. I. Welly Whitehouse Hamburger Wise Dry Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Boss Woessner I. A. Wonderly Ziegler Dairy 110,41 ,fzzmw of sz. 1910 Raymond Carroll 1911 Mrs. O. L. Wonderly Clflorence Barrettl 1914 Mrs. L. E. Kinn CAlma Hussl 1916 Mrs. O. E. Couqhenour tFrances Helmstetterl 1917 Mrs. O. E. Freeman CLeola Helmstetterl 1924 Blanche Kromer 1 928 Elorence Gabriel Dr. I. N. Kiebel Francis Marley 1929 Iohn Weber 1930 Esther Fredericks Carmel Huth 1931 Florence Biqham Robert Woessner 1 932 Raymond Binkley Alberta Foos Mrs. Clarence Kuhn tEvelyn Clarence Kuhn 1933 Harold Marley Mary Louise Seebon Iames Thom 1934 Ioseph Dell Ardella Foos Mrs. Norman Koepfer CAnna Mae Nye' Richard Puchta Richard Woessner Biqhaml Zllemfalm 1935 lohn Barrett Harold Puchta Ellsworth Nibeck Eleanor Sherman Frances Skonecki George Wolph 1936 Loretta Brickner joseph Gabriel Jeanette Huth Virginia Klinepeter lohn Martin justin Nye Iosephine Rosinski Beatrice Thom 1937 Adele Biqila Robert Brickner Raymond Dell William Eoos Lillian Good Madonna Howard Harold Miller Robert Welly Jeanne Ann Woessner 1938 Mrs. Delmar Behm Clane Wolphl Dorothy Brickner john Crawford Paul Downes Catherine Emerine Mildred Hein William lacoby i-lelen Kramb Leonard Lehmann lames Maqers Gladys Myers losephine Rey Kathryn Smith Mar lean Teeple Robert Waltermeyer Carolyn Wonderly Page Sixty-Three .N.6.wq :3g A 1-- :-:aim ing zz" , ,Mg V :- Q,-Mw QIQKX E QEQ, h ,.1:' mm: f. . ff 7. 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PHoNE aaa P Compliments of I T ll E Seneea Wire Sz Mfg- C0 The Illllllli Club HAS A RECORD OF TEN SUCCESSFUL YEARS Requisites for Membership: 1. The Student Must have Pep and Vim. 2. All applicants must love the Black and Gold D0 you Qualify? TI-I E N J 0 IN N 0 W! fifzzlgfzfs Of Cofzzmoos Fostoria, Ohio Holm' Now No. 1197 yor Clzrzktzon fuftzke COMPLIMENTS OF lVlennel Milling Co. "SEE PERRY'S NATIONAL LIEMORIAL PEACE MONUMENTH AT PUT-IN-BAY Take Auto Ferry Route from Cataw- ba, six Miles North oi Ohio State Route No. 2, Between Port Clinton and Sandusky. The Short Route to Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass. Mass ' Every Sunday. 'W' "DRIVE OVER SOMETIME" 'YT' THE ERIE ISLE FERRY COMPANY Put-in-Bay, Ohio Page Sixty-Eight QUALITY I IS I EVERYTHING The name Dicken on our Photo means as much to you as the Word sterling on your silver. Visit our studio, examine our portraits and judge for yourself. THE DICKEN STUDIO 121 Perry Street Compliments ot The Fostoria Serum Compan 30 YEARS SERVICE TO FOSTORIA Ill THE FRUTH HARDWARE COMPANY Established 1908 YOU THINK OF COMMENCEMENT as the end ot something, but the oc- casion is none the less named cor- rectly for you are entering upon a new and much more serious phase ot lite. The Commercial Bank ci Savings Company adds its congratulations to those you are receiving from other sources, and hopes you will remem- ber its readiness to be of service. THE COMMERCIAL BANK 61 SAVINGS CO. "The Bank of Personal Service" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Page Sixty-Nine Compliments of Daughters Of Hoy! I S A B E L L A OF ST. WENDELIN'S Name Q Sovieyf ef Has an enviable record of years of Social, Religious and Intellectual Activity. P P Compliments Compliments of Of CLOVER FARM STORES Coppus Grocery Russe11's Market 'T' Frank Kniker Basket Market 'T' C .1-X. Babb Earl Dray Packing House Stock Yards Fostoria, Ohio Columbus Avenue ai Packing House Phone 450 P ge Seve ty Compliments of STATE RESTAURANT 119 West Center Street Fostoria, Ohio GREEN COMPANY "Rings That Please Both Iuniors and Seniors." HAROLD E. WAMPLER 1134 East Broad St. Columbus, O WALTER'S BEAUTY SHOP Fostoria's Most Modern Shop of Beauty Culture Permanent Waves, Finqer Waves. Facials, Manicures, Hair Tinting. Mrs. R. A. Waiters ..... Manager 118 East Tiffin St. PASTIME BILLIARD PARLOR AND THE PASTIME BOWLING ALLEY 1. F. Williams and Son ART CLOTHES SHOP COH1D1iff191'1TS "'zj"' of A Complete Line oi ORWIG'S UNION Men's and Boys' Clothing and Fumishings DRUG STORE DISTINCTIVE STYLES -In- Su.mmer Apparel H. O. AHLENTUS COMPANY DELL'S LUNCH 224 South Main St. Page Seventy-One FOSTORIA WELDING CO. Rear 157 East Center Street. Electric and Acetylene Welding I GEO. C. WOLPH, W. E. IOHN SEXTON 6. CO. Established 1883 Edelweiss Quality Foods Chicago Brooklyn 'ff' 'T W. E. KINNEY IOHN A. REGER Chrysler-Plymouth The House of Religious Art and Dealer Catholic Supplies Phone 28 615 CHERRY STREET 131 West Center St. Fostoria, Ohio HARDING SAYS: Fighting High Prices is the Championship 1'm After. HARDING Square Deal Ieweler To1edo, Ohio Com 1iments P of FRANCIS M. MARLEY NEUI-IAUSER CHICK HATCHERIES Producers of "GOOD LUCK" CHICKS Feeds-Supplies-Remedies 116 East North St. Te1ephone 317 CEDAR POINT-ON-LAKE ERIE P Opens Iune 10th The Finest Bathing Beach in the World. Page Seventy-Two ODENWELLER'S Complete Home Furnishers Rugs-Carpets-Linoleum MERCY HOSPITAL Toledo. Ohio Compliments For Your Health of Drink More Milk BAKER A. HOLMAN DAIRY DAIRY COMPANY IF YOU WALK SEE "GEORGE" Let Him Repair Your Shoes l00 East Center St. CORL'S Compliments of MORRIS 5c TO Sl.00 STORE Fostoria's Only 5C to 31.00 Store ERNIE 6. BILL'S GARAGE General Repairing - Painting - Ice Cream-Candy and Nuts Body and Fender Repairing. "' Phones-Day 265 Night 8l3 100 South Main St. Phone 438 Ernie Lonsway-William Clary l36 East Tiffin St. Fostoria, Ohio Page Seventy-Three HUMMEL MOTOR SALES BUY YOUR COMMENCEMENT COMPANY Pontiac, Cadillac and La Salle GIFTS AT Agency --Also- -0-,, Allis-Chalmers Power Machinery 412 East North St. Phone- 866 MCSE LF-MFHOM CLOTHING C0- EDISON BALDERSON CUT RATE DRUGS BEAUTY SHOP ""z?' Lowest Prices in Fostoria, Ohio Pennaneni Waves ,Our Specialty COOK ELECTRICALLY THE OHIO POWER COMPANY WISSING FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture - Rugs - Stoves Electrical Appliances - Radios East North at Potter Telephone 44 Fostoria, Ohio Ladies DiHYf1OHClS, FANCY'S SIGN SHOP Wear Watches M. L. Bowman, Mgr. KERR-WS "signs Of A11 Kinds" Helen Charlie Gold, Silver and Aluminum Leaf Exclusive But Charlie Will a Specially Not Expensive Charge lt 132 East Center St. Fostoria, Ohio Page Seventy-Four FOSTORIA IRON 6. METAL COMPANY LOWEST PRICES New and Used Auto Parts and New and Used Tiresg New and Used Auto Glass installed while you wait: We louy all makes of cars and all kinds of junk. Quality grades ot COAL at reason- able prices. Compliments ot DAYMUDE BEAUTY SI-IOPPE Phone 451. Myer Shiif, Mgr. Compliments om CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS or 1939 of PEGG's WALL PAPER 5. PAINT IS 5. LEE's RESTAURANT STORE Opposite Civic Theatre 112 East mm Sl' 312 North Main st. Phone 710 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FOSTORIA is now in its EIFTY-SEVENTH year of faithful and useful service to this community. ALL KINDS OF COAL AND BUILDING MATERIAL Chi-Namel Paints "O. P." Automatic Stoker I. B. BASEHORE 6. COMPANY 3l2 East Center St. Phone 38 BERT'S RESTAURANT . Compliments The Best in Food. of The Largest on Main St. And the Oldest in Fostoria. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT MYERS AND LICHTLE Plumbing and Heating Ltd. Page Seve nty-Five Compliments of FRIGIDAIRES NYE IMPLEMENT CO., INC. ABC and Eag Washers so FEASEL MARKETS Delco Equipment PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO. Compliments Paint - Glass - Wallpaper Window Shades ot Picture Framing Mirrors DILLON AUTO PARTS 119 North Main St. Phone 644 . IOHNNY 6. LEE'S CAFE Compliments of 440 South Main St. THE NATIONAL CARBON CO., Inc. OPEN ALL NIGHT Compliments of BE WISE! BE THRIFTY! Buy Dependable Shoe Repairing You can always do better at THE CITY LO-AN 6. GUARANTY CO. Main and Center Sis. Fostoria, Ohio IOE BROWN'S SHOE SHOP 109 East Tittin St. Page Seventy-Six Compliments of THE SMOKE HOUSE Fostoria's Baseball Headquarters Billiards and Bowling L. I. Schild, Prop. Fostoria, Ohio Scores by Western Union A. H. YONKER Insurance Mfffif' 'PHA vii g -441.0 o 5' Nnlomu. 'P Assocurr - of IIQIUICI lm cr DEGAN':S TOWING SERVICE 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 269 Corner Crocker and Wood Sts. HARRY I. SEEBON Transfer and Storage Office and Warehouse 425 South Union St. Telephone 315 TOELEDO BLUE PRINT 6. PAPER CO. 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