St Wendelin High School - Foslin Yearbook (Fostoria, OH)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1954 volume:
ST. LUEUUELIU HIBH SBHUUL
THE REVEREND DONALD S. HUNTER, PRINCIPAL
To our Principal, the Reverend Donald S. Hunter, we, the
senior class, wish to dedicate this 'I954 FOSLIN with the
prayer that his stay at St. Wendelin may be as profitable to
him as it has been to us, his students.
THE REVEREND ROBERT H. RUFFING, PASTOR
E REV. G. P. PELLETIER, C.P
Religion, American Hisfory, French
THE REV. CLEO S. SCHMENK
July, I 950
St. Mary Parish
THE REVEREND JOSEPH I. SCHILL
To our former Principal, the Reverend Joseph I. Schill, in
behalf of the entire student body, we wish to express our
heartfelt appreciation for his selfless dedication to the fur-
thering of our best interests during his years among us.
THE SISTERS OF NOTRE
SISTER MARY JOAN .............. .............. S enior
SISTER MARY MATTHIAS ..,..... ........ J unior Boys'
SISTER MARY IMELDINE ....... ....... S ophomore Girls'
SISTER MARY ANNELLE ........ ........ S ophomore Boys'
SISTER MARY VALEDA ....... ...... F reshman Girls'
SISTER MARY THERESE ......... ......... F reshman Boys'
Seated: Mrs. C. C. Crawfordg standing, left to right: Mr. Ralph Luipidi, Mr. James Anken-
brandt, Mrs. Austin Weber, Mr. James Ulman, ancl Mr. Kenneth Herman.
Mrs. C. C. Crawford
Mrs. Austin Weber
English l, ll, and lll
Study Hall Supervisor
Girls' Gym Instructor
Mr. Ralph Lupidi
Girls' Glee Club
Boys' Glee Club
Mr. James Ulman
Mr. lames Ankenbrandl'
English ll and lV
Study Hall Supervisor
Mr. Kenneth Herman
Substitute Instructors: Mrs. John McMeen and Mrs. Floyd Weber.
Mr. Dwight Smith
Mrs. G. P. Blaser
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bloser
Dr. and Mrs. G. H. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bugner
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Burns
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Coleman
Mr. and Mrs. Emiel Cool
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Emerine
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Foos
Mr. and Mrs. James Gray
Mrs. Gladys Hall
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Howbert
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Karcher
Mr. Willis Droll
Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Karmasin
Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kiebel
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kinn
Mrs. Lucian E. Kinn
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kirian
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kruszynski
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. LaJune
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Martin
Mr. ond Mrs. Bernard Miller
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Park
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Peluso
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Pennell
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Perry
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schreiner
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaull
Dr. H. D. Sheeron
Mrs. W. W. Sherman
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stone
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Ulicny
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Weber
Mr. John Weber
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber
Mrs. Helen Woessner
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Yarris
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zirger
Barnes Service Station
The Foslin literary staff takes time out for the cameraman-Girls: Shirley Holman, Darlene
Potreiger, Florence Bulkowski, Marilyn Schreiner, Jean Zeyen, Carol Lyrnan, Rosemary Marks,
Boys: Don Ziegman, John Blaser, Don Miller, John Seeyer, Joe Reinbolt, Bill Pork.
Typists: Carol Sheibley and Rita Logsdon,
F 0 S L I N ST A F F
Co-Editors ..,...,..,,,, ,,,.,.,,....,.......,..... J ohn Blaser, William Park
Associate Editors ..... ..... C arol Lyman, Rosemary Marks, Jean Zeyen
Business Manager .....,.,......................,..,.,,...,.,,.,..,..,,..,,.,...,...., Richard Waliers
Advertising .,..,,,..... Vernon Holman, Loyal Hubbard, Fred Hunf, Beffy LaFoun1'aine,
Barbara Kirian, Esaias Malagon, Louis Nye, Joyce Schreiner, Eugene
Schumaker, Raymond Torres, James Ufriainen
Athletics ...,.......,................................ Donald Miller, John Seever, Daniel Ziegman
Cover Designer .,.,.......,.........,,..,.....,..,..........,.,.,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,.,..., Donald Kruszynskl
Pictures ........ Florence Bulkowski, Shirley Holman, Joseph Reinbolt, Marilyn Schreiner
Typists ,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,, Roberta Brickner, Rifa Logsdon, Darlene Poffeiger, Carol Sheibley
Circulation ............ James Coleman, Loreffa DiCesare, Joyce Emerine, Beffy Hammer,
Aurice Hoover, Barbara Karcher, Eugene Kimmei, David Kiichen, Dolores
Shaull, Jerry Weber, Richard Zirger
DATES FOR REMEMBRANCE
Sept. 8-SWHS opened the book of knowledge for a new
year with a record enrollment of 202 happy and not-so-
Sept. 'I'I-Preview game at Fostoria Memorial Stadium
proved the ability of the Mohawks. This game was high-
lighted by the first public appearance of the SWS Marching
Sept. 13-After two years of observing the progress of the
Fostoria Underpass System from SWHS's front porch, the
grade-elimination project was opened with formal ceremon-
ies. Rosemary Marks, senior, was privileged to dine with
Governor Frank Lausche of Ohio.
Sept. 'I6-How convenient! SWHS students stepped out
their front door to view cars of yesteryear as the Glidden
Tour of Antique Automobiles passed by.
Sept. 25-Bon Voyage was expressed in many ways in
honor of Father Robert H. Ruffing, pastor, at a farewell
program prior to his leaving for a three-week trip to
Sept. 28--A disc jockey show highlighted the year's first
CYO meeting with Johnny Seever as M. C.
Sept. 30-Seniors launched Wendelette-Foslin Campaign
with an assembly.
Oct. 'I-Student Council elected Donald Miller, president,
and Rosemary Marks, secretary.
Oct. 6-Freshmen met their Waterloo as seniors scored a
victory in the annual Initiation Ordeal.
Oct. 13-Five seniors: Rosemary Marks, Don Miller, Bill
Park, Jean Zeyen, and Dan Ziegman participated in a
Journalism Workshop held at Bowling Green University.
Oct. 'I6-Where did they go? Our first six weeks are over!
Oct. 'I9-Wendelette-Foslin Campaign ended as Magazine
Oct. 20-Assembly on Youth featured Bill Park and Bar-
bara Karcher in speeches on "Operation Youth" and "Girls'
Oct. 22-On his return from Rome, Father Ruffing spoke at
our first-night rally.
Oct. 23-Feast of St. Wendelin commemorated by a free
Oct. 26-Ghosts, cowboys, clowns, and many other weird
characters filled the grade-school gym with the happy spirit
of the Hallowe'en Party sponsored by the CYO.
Oct. 29-Indeed, it was a huge success! The first issue of
the Wendelette came through with flying colors.
Oct. 30-Our Pastor Father Ruffing presented the students
with rosaries blessed by the Holy Father.
Nov. 9-End of Magazine Drive. Over l,0O0 subscriptions
ll SoC.. -
Nov. 'I0-Open house provided opportunity for parents to
meet the faculty and to observe the progress of the students.
Nov. 13-Friday, the l3, proved to be a lucky day for
the senior-sophomore Mission Party.
Nov. 20--Six weeks' tests completed two-sixths of the year's
Nov. 23-25-Father Kelly, O.M.l., a one-time missionary
in Africa, directed the annual retreat for the high school
Nov. 26-27-Thanksgiving Vacation.
Nov. 27-Principal Father Joseph Schill received promo-
tion to Edgerton, St. Mary Parish. Father Donald Hunter,
from St. Peter and Paul Parish, Sandusky, was named new
Nov. 29-Mystery, comedy, and the Christmas spirit pre-
vailed as the CYO sponsored three one-act plays.
Nov. 30-Father Robert Ruffing introduced Father Donald
Hunter to the students in an informal assembly.
Dec. 3-Every Pupil Tests were administered
Dec. 6-Mothers sponsored Annual Football Banquet. Fol-
lowing the banquet, Father Joseph Schill was feted at a
Farewell Party held in the high-school auditorium.
Dec. 8--Feast of the immaculate Conception initiated the
opening of the Marian Year.
Dec. 'I7--CYO Skating Party at Tiffin Skateland.
Dec. 22-Students sang carols and an invisible Santa Claus
presented a treat at the annual Christmas assembly.
Dec. 23-Jan 4--Christmas Vacation.
Dec. 31--The Rev. C. S. Schmenk, CYO moderator, was
transferred to St. Anthony Parish, Columbus Grove.
Jan. 'I-Students initiated the New Year with a Holiday
Formal, Candy Cane Capers.
Jan. 6-Mr. Ralph Lupidi's combo provided music for CYO
Jan. 20--21-Third six-weeks' period was brought to a close
with semester tests.
Jan. 22--A well-earned free day was enjoyed by the
Jan. 25--CYO held their monthly meeting with novel wes-
Feb. 'I-CYO Skating Party was held at Tiffin Skateland.
Feb. 4-Students received opportunity to spread Catholic
Action as a Catholic Chronicle Campaign began.
Feb. 9-Two hundred smiling faces greeted the cameraman
as representative from Marchion Studio snapped picture for
SE N I 0 R
C lass Officers
John Blaser ............. ................ P resident
Rosemary Marks ...................... Vice President
Jean Zeyen ......... ,........... S ecretary
William Park .......... ........... T reasurer
John R. Blaser
Mr. President-that's Johnny . . . president of the senior
class and the CYO . . . an honor student . . . lucky enough to
have had an audience with the Holy Father while in Europe
. . . famous for his stag parties. . . usually seen in the evenings
with Aurice heading toward Jackson Street . . . spends his
summers relaxing at the lake and playing golf with Johnny
. . . a real great guy and a true friend . . . celebrates every
Roberta A. Brickner
"Bertie" to all . . . brightened the
world on November 3, l936 . . . pos-
sesses a winning smile, beautiful au-
burn hair and big brown eyes . . , an
'A' student . . . winner of an award in
typing and home arts . . . life of the
party when she gets near a piano . . .
faithful member of the Girls' Glee
Club, Mixed Chorus, and school or-
ganist . . . favorite pastime is square
dancing . . , wants to be a medical
secretary, , . friend to all.
Florence M. Bulkowski
A popular young miss with a win-
ning personality . . . has dancing dark
eyes that can hardly be seen when she
laughs . . . with a prayer to the Little
Flower, "Tootsie" usually gets what
she asks for . . . uses her public-speak-
ing course to best advantage while
presiding as vice president at CYO
meetings . . . avid music lover . . .
sings in the Girls' Glee Club and
Mixed Chorus . . . sings extra well on
James E. Coleman
Jim or "Little Mo" greets everybody with a friendly, "Hi"
agrees with a million other men that women are the worst
drivers . . . skating is at the top of his list for sports , . . likes
to listen to the Hilltoppers . . . will read or listen to anything
about l-lot Rods . . . two-year member of Boys' Glee Club . . .
never forgets to celebrate April 8 . . . a handsome smile is
one of his assets.
Joyce A. Emerine
Joyce was born on the feast of the Immaculate Concep-
tion in l936. . .considers herself a special child of the Blessed
Virgin . . . often seen with "Larry" . , . enjoys popular music
. . . full time member of CYO . . . always seen at the football
games . . . will probably work in an office after graduation
. . . wants to learn to drive someday. . . blond hair and a big
smile . . . always in the center ofa group of girls.
Vernon J. Holman
lt's a bird, it's a streak of lightning!
No, just Vern in his very own two-tone
green Pontiac . . . spends all his spare
time fishing and rebuilding Hot Rods
at the only garage in town-l-lolman's
. . . a Catholic Chronicle leader and a
necessity to the CYO basketball team
. . . Vern lights another candle on De-
cember lO . . . attends Fostoria High
Vocational School . . . likes to spend
summers at Gem Beach.
Loyal D Hubbard
Class Clown and always good for a
laugh that s Loyal . . . he and his '47
Plymouth are inseparable . . . usually
seen giving his buddies a lift . . . will
go fishing on a moment's notice . . .
tackled for first string in his junior
and senior years . . . a school without
demerits would suit him fine . . . is
thinking seriously about college . . .
usually seen at Texaco Gas Station . . .
catches an extra big fish every Jan-
Loretta C. DiCesa re
Short and sweet, that's "Poppie" . . . loves to dance . . .
possesses a huge memory book . . . never seen without her
buddies . . . practically runs the Morris Store . . . wait till
you've heard her sing "Tim-tay-shun" ljust like Red lnglel
. . . avid Mohawk fan . . . sings in Glee Club . . . Russells'
Point holds fond memories . . . thinks Chryslers are the only
cars on the road . . . reserves back booth in the B. 6' J. . . .
gets one year older every March 24.
Shirley A. Holman
Known to many as "Sach" . . . has a contagious laugh
. . . often heard saying, "Don't know, do you?" . . . loves to
dance to anything by Jackie Gleason . . . fulltime member
of CYO . . . boasts a large collection of snapshots . . . has
unforgettable slumber parties . . . belongs to Glee Club . . .
would like to spend another summer vacation at Russells'
Point with the girls . . . main ambition is to acquire a driver's
license . . , smiles prettiest on December 27.
Frederick D. Hunt
Fred, the personality kid . . . always
has something to say, but usually seen
telling it to Johnny . . . reports SWHS
basketball games for Review Times
. . . earned three letters for football
. . . will probably play football for
Toledo University after graduation . . .
without hesitation will tell all about
his trip to Chicago. . . sophomore class
treasurer and CYO member , . . one of
the original crew-cut boys . . . has an
extra word for everyone on December
Elizabeth R. Hammer
Betty first saw the rays of light on
October l7, i936 . . . has a very
special talent for art and is usually
seen doodling . . . crazy over hillbilly
music . . . the pins go flying once she
gets behind a bowling ball . . . is one
of the original members of the Girls'
Glee Club and Mixed Chorus . . . has
been an attentive member of the CYO
. . . usually hotrodding around town
with Mick and her buddies.
Aurice J. Hoover
Bud's day is April 4 . . . is jokingly known as "Legs" . . .
a real friend with personality to spare . . . sophomore class
president . . , sings bass in Boys' Glee Club and Mixed Chorus
. . . earned three football letters and two basketball letters
. . . happiest when driving the family car . . . saved the day
for the Mohawks by making three touchdowns and throwing
a touchdown pass in the Norwalk game . . . neat at all times.
Eugene R. Kimmet
Gene's been at St. Wendelin's since
the fourth grade . . . lucky enough to
get his driver's license when he was a
freshman . . . has been driving to
school ever since . . . likes hillbilly
music . . . recently acquired a blue
Ford . . . never misses the square
dances at Meadowbrook Park on Sun-
day nights . . . is known for his fabu-
lous junior hallowe'en party. . . played
CYO basketball for two years . . .
obeys all traffic laws on February l2.
Barbara L. Karcher
July 8 is the day of days . . . always smiling and always
has a wise comment . . . loves to play the piano . . . seldom
seen without Betty . . . a must to the Girls' Glee Club and
Mixed Chorus . . . spent the happiest week of her life at
Columbus, Ohio, as delegate to Buckeye Girls' State . , . gets
a real charge out of watching wrestling . . . Want a free pass
to the State Theater? See Barb.
David K. Kitchen
Dave and his trusty little '36 Ford go together like bread
and butter . . . a Kroger Store . . . important on the
Mohawks' football squad . , . in on every play . . . all this
and he plays the guitar too-both Spanish and Hawaiian . . .
came close to drowning once and all because of driving on
thin ice . . . his summer is livened up August l9 . . , member
of CYO . . . usually seen on Lytle Street.
Barbara J. Kirian
lf you see a white Buick buzz by,
it's probably Barb and the gang , . .
plans to go to the "Point" again to
enjoy her favorite-swimming . . .
can dance to Ray Anthony's music
anytime, anywhere . . . sang all four
years in Glee Club . . . regular mem-
ber of CYO . . . pet peeve-shorthand
homework . . . usually talking . . .
likes to celebrate on October 25 . . .
boasts of never having an accident yet
. . . favorite expression--"Wanna
Donald R. Kruszynski
ache, go see Crow, in
Donald P. Miller
"Don" . . . the Casanova of the
senior class . . . dark flashing eyes
and coal black hair . . . has an easy
and personable smile . . . often seen
driving around town in his '50 Ford or
beating a path to Fremont . . . busy
as a beaver in all activities . . . hopes
for an Electrical Engineer's degree
as life's goal . . , a faithful and good
CYO basketball player . . . day of days,
July 25 . . . president of the Student
Rita R. Logsdon
Quiet and soft-spoken, that's our Rita , . . usually seen
with Carol and "Bertie" . . . walked off with the American
Legion essay prize in the freshman year . . . paints figurines
in her spare time . . . "Tenderly" is her song . . . November
l9 puts an extra glow in those hazel eyes . . . claims football
to be her favorite sport . . . can usually be found at the head
of the honor roll . . . works part-time in the Morris Store.
Tall and blonde-that's Crow . . . class prankster . . . he
and his little '37 Plymouth are slowly wearing a path to Find-
lay . . . pet peeve-State Patrol . . . if you've got a tooth-
about ten years, that is . . . a friend
to all ...pulls his biggest joke on March 24 . . , always will-
ing to lend a hand . . . Hub's wouldn't be the same without
him . . . going somewhere in the field of art.
Elizabeth J. LaFounl'aine
Betty first saw the light of day
March 27, l936 . . . always up to
something, especially in American
History . . . makes sure to be out of
the way of men drivers . . . a smile as
broad as day . . . likes popular music
. . . Eddy Fisher is her favorite . . .
inseparable with Barb . . . showed ab-
ility to write in l953 American Legion
Essay Contest . . . four-year member
of CYO . . . is usually seen in a '36
Rosemary L. Marks
"How 'bout that?", that's "Rosie" . . . the jitterbug kid
. . . the Four Freshmen's "Baltimore Oriole" is the only song.
, , . always laughing- but usually with her buddies , . .
member of CYO Choristers, Girls' Glee Club, and Mixed
Chorus , . . hates anyone who chews ice . , . secretary of the
Student Council and CYO . . . vice president of senior class
. . . eats extra piece of chocolate cake June l6 . . . always
trying to bum a ride , . . hopes to become a nurse.
Louis H. Nye
Louie is one of the fortunate fellas
in the class with his very own car . . .
usually heard saying, "Wanna race?"
. , . always out of the parking lot first
. . . has a secret ambition to become
a famous bookkeeper . . . is seen most
of all with Dick . . . gets a pretty good
income from trapping . . . one of the
top five on the Mohawks' Basketball
team . . , flashes his coal black eyes
on July l8.
Esaias S. Malagon
Carol S. Lyman
Answers to "Lucky" . . . arrived in
this world May l2, i936 and has been
moving ever since . . . has been seen
these past four years roaming through
the halls with best pal, Dolly , . .
practically fainted when she received
the sophomore scholarship medal . . .
never misses a square dance at Mea-
dowbrook . . . pet peeve, Coach's car
. . , just loves that fender. . . her name
tops the honor roll every time . . .
never without a wise remark,
Senior's number-one Hot Rod . . . "Sal" . . . always listen-
ing to the muffler's roar . . . or discussing cars with Louie
or Gene . . . a faithful fan of Louie Armstrong and Billy
Eckstine . . . FHS shop student for two years of high school
. . . his green Ford is never empty . . . usually picks up every-
one going to school . . . thinks December 3l is the only day
of the year . . . a wrestling fan and does a bit himself.
Darlene A. Potteiger
Trim and tall with dark flashy eyes that match her brown
wavy hair . . . Dolly to all . , . a necessity to Gallaher's . . .
fun to be with . . . an 'A' student all through high school . . .
secretary of the sophomore class and captain of the senior
class . . . CYO member for three years . . . Girls' Glee Club,
two years . . . always borrowing pencils from Carol . . . faith-
ful rooter for the Mohawks but cheers loudest on January l4.
William H. Park
"Bill" . . . calm, cool, and collected
. . . always on the honor roll . , . spirit-
ual chairman of CYO in his senior year
. . . ingenious . . . Mr. Lupidi's right-
hand man . . . number one "Sax"
player in the Jazz Band, also the ar-
ranger . . . likes to collect records . . .
one of the original members of the
Marching Band . . . ballads go over
big with Bill . . .thinking about becom-
ing a pharmacist . . . junior class
president . . . senior class treasurer
. . . birthday, August 3.
Joyce T. Schreiner
Sunshine and shadow . . . "Joy" is
usually happiest on October Zl . . .
Eddy Fisher rates with her . . . has a
knack for making pop-corn balls . . .
enjoys watching football . . . free days
are a must . . . beautiful complexion
. . . blushes easily. . . blond hair. . .
sings with Girls' Glee Club . . . always
saying, "Watch it" . . . attends CYO
meetings regularly . . . has barely left
the car since she rated her driver's li-
cense . . . another Morris Store girl
. . . likes card games.
Joseph C. Reinbolt
Even though a newcomer in his junior year, Joe is an old
pal . . . lover of any kind of music . . . can't keep tires on
his '50 "Chevie" . . . loved every minute of his high-school
career . . . a third-year Latin student . . . started using ultra-
big words shortly after his first birthday, June l7 . . .
watches any sort of sport . . . prays especially to St. Joseph
, . . is currently following the pursuits of short-wave radio
Eugene A. Shumaker
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a brown "Olds" . . . set on attending Tiffin Business Univer-
sity , . . plans to be an accountant . . . thinks homework is
for the other student . . . never seen without Jim . . . earned
a football letter playing as guard in his senior year . . . a first-
string man for CYO basketball team in the junior and senior
year . . . favorite saying, "What do you want to bet?"
Marilyn M. Schreiner
School wouldn't be complete with-
out Mick . . . brightens every party
with her smile . . . wears biggest smile
on June 4 . . . earned letters by cheer-
leading for the Mohawks through vic-
tory and defeat for two years . . . be-
longs to Glee Club and Mixed Chorus
. . . has seen many name bands in per-
son . . . and has a well filled autograph
book to show for it. . . cultural chair-
man of CYO . . . never a dull moment
with Mick around.
John C. Seever
Mr. Seever or just Johnny. . . has a
host of friends . . . witty personality
and is always good for a laugh . . . but
laughs loudest on October l7 . . . a
sincere friend to Fred . . . one of the
sharpest dressers in school . . . can be
counted on in most activities . . . Hi
Jinx would close if he didn't appear
every day . . . likes good tunes . . .
has serious ideas of college . . . spends
most ofthe summer playing golf.
Carol A. Sheibley
Quiet, sweet, and intellectual . . . beautiful chestnut hair
and skin like peaches and cream . . . an 'Af student and win-
ner ofa typing award in her junior year , . . a class officer
as a freshman . . . gets a beautiful tan every summer at the
family cottage . . . Carol's favorite sport is swimming . . .
pet peeve, "gum crackers" . . . celebrates every December 2
. . . would like to learn all about physical education at Mary
Manse next year.
Raymond J. Torres
James R. Utriainen
Soft spoken . . . Might come out
with his pet saying, "What do you
want, a medal?" . . . will always re-
member his First Holy Communion . . .
CYO member all four years . . . top-
ping his list is bookkeeping . . . spends
some of his spare time as an amateur
photographer . . . is kept busy telling
people how to spell his last name . . .
nicknamed "Mule Train". . .wears an
extra big smile on April Zl.
Richard P. Walters
President in his freshman class. . . the last of the Walters
. . . Dick is a sport's fiend . . . merited two letters in basket-
ball and one in football . . . baseball all-star medal . . .
active member of CYO . . . never without a good joke . . ,
considers his biggest high-school thrill as playing football in
the Norwalk-St, Paul game . . . a scarce glance will bring
about the reply, "Who, me?" . . . wants to attend business
college . . . celebrates March l5.
Ray was dubbed with the nickname "Roscoe" . . . just say
the word "sports" and Ray's right on the spot . . . received
two football and two basketball letters . . . a real fighting Mo-
hawk , , , likes to listen to Ralph Flanagan and Eddie Fisher
...gets all decked out, fit to kill, on August l8 , . . can always
be spotted at a CYO get-together with "Esaias" . . . plans to
attend college and become a successful accountant.
Dolores J. Shaull
"Lorry" adds five feet of mischief
to the senior class . . . sports a bright
SWHS uniform and a shiny saxophone
. . . faithful rooter for the Mohawks
. . . dislikes music lessons. . . faithful
member of the CYO . . . can be found
dancing with Joyce . . . her soft sweet
voice is an asset to the Girls' Glee Club
. . . majors in commercial work . . .
wants to make someone a good secre-
tary . . . looks her best on May 30.
Daniel H. Ziegman
A reporter in the offing, that's Zeke . . . seldom seen
without Fred or Johnny . . . carried two letters in football . . .
CYO basketball team couldn't do without this 6'2" center . . .
is planning a way to buy out Goodyear Tire Company . . .
often seen cruising around in his very own "Chevie" . . . listens
for hours to the lilting music of Glenn Miller , . . gets one
year older every October 3 . . . is thinking about entering
Jean E. Zeyen
"l dream of Jeanie with the light
brown hair" . . . possesses a beautiful
voice . . . Glee Club and Mixed Chorus
all four years . . . skips school every
May 23 . . . helped the team's morale
by cheerleading for two years . . .
never seen without "Toots" . . . usu-
ally on the honor roll . . . neat dresser
. . . CYO social chairman . . . junior
vice president . . . senior secretary . . .
looks forward to wearing the white cap
of an RN. from St. Vincent's Hospital.
Richard H. Zirger
Dick's biggest day came when he
got his trusty little Plymouth . . . often
heard saying, "You tell me, and we'll
both know" . . . practically a pro on
the golf course . . . CYO member all
through high school . . . everybody's
buddy but most of all Louie's . . .
loves anything at all about guns . . .
an all 'round good kid . . . appears to
be quiet but looks are deceiving . . .
"Happy Birthday's are in order on
Jerry J. Weber
Jerry's happiest when behind the wheel of his own trusty
little De Soto . . . boasts of being part owner in his father's
business . . . pals around with Jim . . . a real for sure licensed
driver . , . another Ray Anthony fan . . . CYO member for
three years . . . always has a car full of kids . . . always wins
at cards. . . grins from ear to ear on March l l . . . Junior is
a Senior ancl mother teaches Juniors.
"Good Morning! The Day's Begun" and here's how Father Hunter starts
out, thanks to Carolyn and Mary Lou Reinhart.
"TelI Me Why physics is so hard," groans Joseph
Reinbolt, Daniel Ziegman, Donald Kruszynski,
and Fred Hunt.
BUDDIES TILL THE END-are the pledges com-
ing from Loretta DiCesare, Marilyn Schreiner
Jean Zeyen, Donald Kruszynski, as they ex-
change senior pix.
First row, left to right-
Seniors: John Blaser, Bill
Park, Darlene Potteiger,
Rosemary Marks, Jean
Zeyen, Donald Miller.
Second row, left to right
-Juniors: Eugene Brick-
ner, Tom Abowd, Nancy
Moran, Rosanne Welly,
Patricia Kiebel, Ronnie
Third row, left to right-
l-luss, David Miller, Ger-
aldine Boff, Nancy How-
bert, Carolyn Margraf,
Fourth row, left to right
-Freshmen: Gerald La-
Fontain, Alvin Keckler,
Julie Snyder, Sandra
Brown, Mary Alice
Abowd, Harold Brickner.
Lowell Bugner and Darrell Williams
display the poster which invited the
student-body to attend the "Hatchet
C-Hop" sponsored by the CYO on
"Show Me The Way To
Go Home" is heard every
doy after the last bell
from John Nick, Mary Jo
Torres, Robert Hagenrna-
ier, Julie Weimerskirch,
and Carolyn Reinhart.
The Rev. Joseph Kelly, 0.M.I.
Nov. 23 -25
"Time Waits for No One!" . . .
lt's a busy moment for Father
Hunter and Mrs. Crawford as
students report to the office for
"this and that"
"TilI We Meet Again" . . . Mr. John Crawford, parish represent-
ative, presents Father Joseph Schill with a token of apprecia-
tion on the occasion of the Farewell Program held in his honor
on Sunday evening, December 6.
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bara Kirian, ar
Joyce Emerine so
to themselves i
"Dear John! OI
how I love '
Dolores Pocs, Joy:
Ardner, and Mar
"Trying" to em-
plain Income To
is Louis Nye whil
and Gene Shuma
ker ask question:
"The Girls of Today" . . . are reflected in Joyce Schreiner, Shirley Holman, Carol
Lyman, Darlene Potfeiger, and Carol Slneibley.
"Typewriter Drag" . . . Does your typewriter need
repair? Call on Marlene Burns, Marie Guzman,
and Rosanne Wellyl
"Till Then" . . . Rosemary Marks and
John Seever are two of the many seniors
who traveled to Tiffin every Thursday to
attend the annual Marriage Course.
Presenting the CYO Officers: Bill Park,
spiritual chairman, John Blaser, presi-
dent, Don Miller, treasurer, John Seever,
athletic chairman, Florence Bulkowski,
vice president, Jean Zeyen, social chair-
man, Marilyn Schreiner, cultural chair-
man, and Rosemary Marks, secretary.
"AII By Myself" . , , Tom Abowd hopes
He wouldn't want to blow anyone els:
"My Merry Oldsmobile' '...' 'lt'S a
driver's dream come true," say Dick
Zirger, Gene Kimmet, Jerry Weber, and
"There's A Hole In The Bottom Of The
Sea' '... and Joanne Reiter seems to
have found that hole for the Latin II
Dan Ziegman, Dennis Kit-
chen, Ruth Ardner, Fred
Hunt, Don Miller, Sue Ja-
coby, Jean Zeyen, Pat Kie-
bel presented the "Christ-
Julie Weimerskirch, Betty
Lalfountain, Julie Snyder,
Carolyn Margraf, Mari-
lyn Schreiner, Mary Ann
McCarty starred in "The
Sandra Brown, Gerard Lons-
way, Tom Abowd, Nancy
Moran, Jane Lichtle in
"With These Hands' '... Janet Kir-
ian, Teresa Peluso, Joyce McFadden,
Dolores Pocs, Ruth Gillig, Mary Jane
Kelbley, and Mary Ellen Rumschlag
measure and check a recent sewing
"No Help Wanted' '... Janet Pahl
and Juletta Holman sell a breakfast
to Dole Rumschlag, Richard Curry,
and William Burns.
"Don'f Look al' l
That Way" . . . In
Herman's general S
"Crazy Man Crazy"
. , . John Fox, Darrell
Curry are three fresh-
man boys who are
willing To tackle that
If I Knew You Were
oming l'd have Bak-
d a Cakeu . . . ls
a cake you're bak-
wg, Girls? . . .
"Meet Me Tonight in Dream-
Iand" . . . comes from a sleepy
group of Junior girls who are
all set for slumbering, Kath-
leen Scharf, Marilyn Finsel,
Ruth Gillig, Sue Jacoby, Ruth
Ardner, and Helen Rifzler,
Clara Podach and Shirley Vance
say "Good-Night, Ladies."
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"It's In The Book' '... Sharon Dyer,
Mary Alice Abowd, Joanne Reiter,
Martha Finsel, Carol Coleman, and
"Think' '... Lois Reese,
Shirley Knowlton, Joanne
Miller, and Georgia Iler
are trying to, anyhow.
"That Old Gang of
Mine' '... Ray-
mond Flores, Tom
Gase, James Blos-
er, James Hagen-
Holman, John Mc-
Lee, Gerard Lons-
way, William Bae-
der, Gerald Shultz,
"I Believe" . . . in promoting the Sacred Heart League. Left to right: Henrietta
Berger, Nancy Shock, Philip Degens, Barbara Kirian, Eugene Brickner, and Susan
"Third Degree" . . . seems like the verdict for the members of the Chemistry Club which
comprises Ruth Gillig, Pat Kiebel, Nancy Moran, Elizabeth Lee, Marlene Spangler, Shirley
Vance, Dolores Weber, Dale Kieffer, Ed Sullivan, Tom Abowd, Don Lonsway, Don Filliater,
Gene Brickner, Ronald Blaser, John Miller, and Kathleen Scharf.
"Sound OH" . . . starts the girls' gym class consisting
of Helen Frankhart, Emily Forristell, Julie Snyder,
Erika Cramer, Mary Ann Ballreich, Nancy Shock, Lois
Reese, Brenda Boulboulie, Virginia Frias, Norma Lu-
cius, Anna Bowser, and Mrs. Austin Weber, instructor.
"FoIlow the Bouncing Ball" is the theme song of the
boys' gym class.
First Row, left to right: William Baeder, William Stewart, Alvin Keckler, Dale Rumschlag,
Gerald LaFontain, Gerald Schultz, and Ronald Smith.
Second Row, left to right: Philip Degens, William Park, John Stoner, and Lawrence Scharf.
Third Row, left to righti William Lee, Gordon Hubbard, James Zeyen, John Kirian, James
l-lagenmaier, Ronald Huss, and Robert l-lagenmaier.
Fourth Row, left to right: William l-luber, Larry Reinhart, Tom Lonsway, Gerard Lonsway,
James Park, David Miller, John Miller, and James Blaser.
Fifth Row, left ta right: Eugene Brickner, Donald Miller, Jerry Weber, James LaJune, Dan
Ziegman, Donald Kruszvnski, and Ronald Blaser.
"When the Organ Played at Twilight," is the theme song
of Roberta Brickner, senior, and Teresa Peluso, junior, who
alternate in providing music for the various chapel services
conducted for the high school. Lower picture features the
faithful freshman sacristans who keep the chapel in tip-top
shape for the King, l-lenrietta Bugner, Anita Malagon, Rose-
mary Arend, Nancy Shock, and Ruth Nye.
First row, left to right: Joseph Reinbolt, Gerard Lonsway, Ronald Huss,
James Park, Thomas Abowd, Gerald LaFontain, Nancy Witmore, Jane
Lichtle, Sandra Reinhart, Nancy Moran, Noreta Weber, Deloris Weber,
Mr. Ralph Lupidi.
First row, left to right: Clara Podach, Patsy Barry,
Janet Kirian, Teresa Peluso, Shirley Vance, Marlene
Burns, Delores Weber.
Second row, left to right: Betty LaFountaine, Barbara
Karcher, Roberta Brickner, Janice Duding, Loretta
DiCesare, Noreta Weber.
Third row, left to right: Rita Logsdon, Shirley Hol-
man, Barbara Kirian, Dolores Shaull, Joyce Schreiner.
Fourth row, left to right: Carolyn Margraf, Florence
Bulkowski, Marilyn Schreiner, Jean Zeyen, Rosemary
Second row, left to right: James LaJune, John
Miller, Donald Lonsway, John Blaser, Bill Park,
James Zeyen, Marilyn Finsel, Kathleen Scharf,
Delores Pocs, Susan Jacoby, Teresa Peluso,
Marilyn Schreiner, Jean Zeyen.
Third row, left to right: James Coleman, Donald
Kruszynski, Ronald Luman, Donald Miller,
Aurice Hoover, James Kitchen, Barbara Kar:
cher, Nancy Shock, Roberta Brickner, Florence
Bulkowski, Patricia Kiebel, Carolyn Margraf.
First row, left to right: Rosanne Welly, Ruth Ardner,
Marlene Spangler, Norma Schreiner, Mary Jane Kelb-
ley, Geraldine Boff, Delores Pocs.
Second row, left to right: Marilyn Finsel, Kathleen
Scharf, Elizabeth Lee, Nancy Moran, Joyce McFad-
den, Nancy Howbert, Mr, Ralph Lupidi.
Third row, left to right: Patricia Kiebel, Norma Lu-
cius, Ruth Gillig, Sue Sullivan, Sandra Reinhart,
Fourth row, left to right: Nancy Shock, Julie Weimer-
skirch, Jane Lichtle, Nancy Witmore, Susan Jacoby.
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First row, left to right: Edward Sullivan, Mr. Ralph Lupidi, Eleanor
Miller, Susan Faber, John Weimerskirch, Jon l-lowbert, John Lonsway,
Jack Altweis, John Miller.
Second row, left to right: Sue Sullivan, Betty Shock, Christine Wolfelt,
Marie Schroth, Joseph Clark, Mary Lonsway, Anne Thomas.
Third row, left to right: Tom Abowd, Bill Park, Jean Ann Hein, Kath-
leen Haubert, Virginia Frias, Joyce Reiter, David Banks.
Fourth row, left to right: Loretta Lang, Jack Baker, Charles Yarris,
Dolores Shaull, Jean Podach, Frances Potteiger.
Fifth row, left to right: William Huber, Ronald Huss, Michael Huth,
Sue Ann l-luss, Judy Woessner, Doris Ann Norris.
Sixth row, left to right: Gary Zimmerman, Mary Welly, Mary Ann
McCarty, Mary Lou Reinhart, Janet Karcher, Harald Brickner.
Seventh row, left to right: Georgia ller, Shirley Williams, Geraldine
Eighth row, left to right: Jane Lichtle, Joyce Elchert, Julie Weimer-
skirch, James Peiffer, Suzanne Brickner.
Ninth row, left to right: Patricia Kiebel, Shirley Vance, Nancy Wit-
Tenth row, left to right: Marilyn Blaser, Nancy Howbert, James La-
June, Clara Podach, Gerard Lonsway.
Eleventh row, left to right: William Faber, William Marley.
PRESENTING SWH MAJORETTES:
Dorothy Bugner, Carolyn Morgrof,
Marlene Burns, Ruth Gillig, Phyllis
Colemon, Karen Weimerslcirch, .lone
"Are you sure, Mr. Lupidi, that Stan
Getz started this way?" Jim l.oJune
receives o sox lesson from Mr. Lupidi,
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Thomas Abowd .... .......... P resident
Nancy Moran .... ....... V ice President
Rosanne Welly .... ..... S ecretary
Eugene Brickner ,.... . .A..... Treasurer
"Don't Ask Me Why" . . . Junior draftsmen include Bob Woodside, Gerry Reiter, Ronald
Blaser, Ed Sullivan, James Wolfelt, Dennis Kitchen, and John Heinsman.
Ruth Ardner Rose Babb Patsy Barry Marlene Burns Janice Duding Marilyn Finsel
Shirley Frankart Ruth Gillig Marie Guzman Susan Jacoby
Mary Jane Kelbley Patricia Kiebel Janet Kirian Elizabeth Lee Joyce McFadden Nancy Moran
Teresa Peluso Delores Pocs Clara Podach Helen Reinbolt Helen Ritzler
Mary Ellen Kathleen Scharf Marlene Spangler Shirley Vance Deloris Weber Rosanne Welly
Thomas Abowd Ronald Blaser Eugene Brickner Robert DeGalen Donald Filliater John Heinsman
Dale Kieffer Dennis Kitchen Donald Lonsway John Miller
Eugene Reinhart Gerald Reiter Glenn Ritter John Schreiner Henry Smith Donald Stone
Edward Sullivan Thomas Warner James Wolfelt Robert Woodside
David Miller ..... ........ P resident
Geraldine Bott ..... ..... V ice President
Carolyn Margraf .... ...... S ecretary
Ronald Huss ..... ..... T reasurer
"Going My Way!" . . . Shirley Frank-
art, Betty Hammer, Sandra Reinhart,
Noreta Weber, Sue Sullivan, Helen
Frankart, and Dan Ziegrnan.
"Three Story Mountain" , . . Donna
Hoffbauer, Erika Cramer, and Julia
Weimerskirch, library assistants.
Geraldine Boff Carol Coleman Erika Cramer Sharon Dyer Helen Frankart
Donna Hoffbauer Nancy Howberf Georgia Iler Shirley Knowlton Jane Lichtle Norma Lucius
Carolyn Margraf Joanne Miller Frances Potteiger Lois Reese Sandra Reinhart Joanne Reiter
Norma Schreiner Nancy Shock Sue Ann Sullivan Norefa Weber Julie Weimerskirch Nancy Witmore
James Altweis James Blaser Lowell Bugner Kenneth Bulkowski Raymond Flores James Frankart
Donald Gase James l-lagenmaier Clifford Holman Ronald Huss David Kelbley James La June
Raymond Lee William Lee Gerard Lonsway Thomas Lonsway Ronald Luman David Miller
James Park Gerald Shultz William Stewart Darrell Williams Gary Zimmerman
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
Sandra Brown .,....
"WheeIs of Fortune" . . . Eldon Kimmet,
John Stoner, Tom Martin, and Philip
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" . . . Emily
Forristell, Mary Ann Ballreich, Marshia
Huth, Phyllis Coleman, and Virginia Frias.
Mary Alice Abowd
Mary Ann Ballreich
Anna Mae Bowser
Mary Ann McCarty
Ruth Ann Nye
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Assistant Coach James Ulman completes first
yeor os St. Wendelin's full-time assistant men-
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Aurice Hoover . . . Co-Captain, a hard and elusive run-
ner . . . gave it everything he had every play . . . led
Team in offense . . . earned three football letters.
Fred Hunt . . . Co-Captain and three year letterman . . .
a never-say-die-fighter and a true team player . . . Fred
is one man you can always count on.
First row, left to right: B. Stewart, R. Smith, D. Stone, Mgr.,
D. Boff, P. Shaull.
Second row, left to right: Coach Herman, G. LaFountain, G.
Hubbard, J. Faber, J. Zeyen, J. Kirian, T. Martin, J. Potteiger,
E. Guzman, A. Keckler, D. Zirger, D. Stoner, J. Vance, Coach
Third row, left to right: B. Williams, J. McLaughlin, D. Wil-
Iiarns, D. Kelbley, L. Bugner, R. Torres, J. Seever, J. Blaser, T.
Lonsway, B. Lee, J. Reiter, J. Coleman, K. Bulkowski, R. Lee.
Fourth row, left to right: J. Wolfelt, Co-Captain Hoover, D.
Lonsway, L. Hubbard, D. Kitchen, J. Heinsman, D. Walters, D.
Ziegman, G. Schumaker, B. Woodside, D. Miller, G. Reinhart,
J. Park, Co-Captain Hunt.
Dick Walter . . . played football
l, 2 and 4 . . . turned into a first-
class wingman in senior year , . .
never gave up . . . always kept the
St. Wendelin Mohawks opened their season
with a 6-6 draw against Bowling Green. The
Gold and Black showed unusual spirit on the
field as Aurice Hoover and Fred Hunt sparked
the offense. Early in the game on a recovered
fumble, Hoover hit the middle of the line for
pay dirt. Toward the end ot the game, B, G.
broke loose and scored. Neither team made
the extra point and the game ended 6-6.
Sandusky, St. Mary-Here
In the opening game of the regular season
the Mohawks dropped a hard-fought game to
Sandusky, St. Mary, 20-l 3. The Mohawks
scored early on a 36 yd. run by Aurice Hoover.
Later when St. Mary tumbled in their own end
zone, Dan Ziegman recovered tor St. Wen-
delin. Late in the fourth quarter Sandusky
put together a rally which the Mohawks were
unable to overcome.
Dan Ziegman . . . tall, lanky, hard
charging end . . . always in the
game with spirit and ability . . .
a two-year letterman . . . had
special art of kicking off.
Loyal Hubbard . . . tits description
of his position . . . big burly tackle
. . . rough and always ready to
prove it . . . earned his monogram
in 3 and 4.
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Ray Torres . . . scrapper from
whistle to gun . . . opened the
holes up the middle . . . depene
dable line-backer . , . never
lost his temper . . . Ray won
two football awards.
John Seever . . . our "Mighty
Mite" Speedster . . . steady de-
fensive back . . . had the abil-
ity to stick with anything to the
end . . . had disregard for the
big men he ran around.
Dave Kitchen . . . "Big Dave"
could knock 'em down with the
best of them . . . hampered by
injuries in senior year . . . al-
ways willing . . . played with o
Fremont, St. Joseph-Here
Fremont, St. Joe's l953 foot-
ball edition arrived loaded with
an all-veteran squad. They took
the Saints to the cleaners to the
tune of 3l -O.
The Mohawks blasted Genoa,
l3-2, in a thrilling game. St.
Wendelin started the game off
with a bang as Hoover rushed 38
yards for the first TD. ln the
second quarter Fred Hunt broke
through right guard and scored.
Hoover booted the extra point
and the score stood l3-O. ln the
second half both teams tightened
and it became a defensive con-
test. Late in the third quarter the
Gold and Black were thrown for
a touch-back, but there was a
happy ending with the score
Gene Schumaker . . . easy-going but dependable . . .
opposition had tough time getting through our "big man"
. . . you could gang up on him, but he always came
back tor more.
St. Wendelin dropped a thriller to the North
Baltimore Tigers, 7-6. The Mohawks started in
style by scoring in the second quarter but tailed
to connect with extra points. Time and again
the Gold and Black had opportunities to score,
but tailed to cash in. Early in the fourth quarter
the Tigers scored on a long pass and hit pay dirt
with the extra point, The score ended, Tigers 7,
Tiffin, Calvert used straight power plays to
good advantage as they subdued the stubborn
Mohawks, 39-6. Although the Ken-Men were
steadily worn down by bigger backs and linemen,
it is to the Saints' credit they gave good account
ot themselves in the fray.
Norwalk, St. Paul-Here
The Mohawks came up with their best offen-
sive showing of the year when they shelled a
hapless Norwalk, St, Paul eleven, 3l-lZ. The
Mohawks showed an extremely strong end attack
with Aurice Hoover scoring three times and Fred
Hunt and Dick Walter each tallying one touch-
Jim Coleman . . . our spot player always ready and
eager , . . usually took a good beating in practice , . .
gave a good account ot himself in every game.
Mohawks bowed to a strong Elyria eleven, but
played a tough game right to the end. Co-Cap-
tain Hoover played his usual sparkling game by
starting the game off with ci 83-yard dash to pay
dirt. The try for the extra point didn't pay off,
but the score stood 6-O. From this point on the
Green and White substitutions and over-power-
ing weight beat the fighting Mohawks' eleven to
Top row, left to right: Gene Reinhart, Jerry Reiter, Jim Wolfelt, Don Lonsway.
Bottom row, left to right: Dave Kelbley, Bill Lee, Kenny Bulkowski, Darrell Williams.
On the night of November 6 the Mohawks
traveled to Holland to take on the State's highest
scoring team, only to come home on the short
end of a 52-6 score, ln the first half the Mo-
hawk defense was extremely tough, but in the
second half the relentless ground attack of Hol-
land finally wore down the St. Wendelin Club.
The lone bright spot in the evening for the Mo-
hawks was a 95 yd. touchdown run by a sopho-
more quarterback Bill Lee.
Last game for the l953 season was ended in
defeat against a strong Willard eleven. Co-
Captain Hoover scored the lone Mohawk
touchdown in the losing battle. Ten seniors who
played their lost game for St. Wendelin that
night included: Aurice Hoover, Fred Hunt, John
Seever, Ray Torres, Don Ziegman, Gene Schu-
rnaker, Loyal Hubbard, Dave Kitchen, Jim Cole-
man, and Dick Walters.
NEW SCORE BOARD PRESENTED BY FOSTORIA BOOSTERS
Bottom row, left to right: Jim Blaser, Dove Kelbley, Roy Torres, Jerry Reiter, Aurice Hoover.
Top row, left to right: Don Lonswoy, Dick Wolters, Louis Nye, John Heinsmon, Gene Reinhort
Norwalk, St. Paul-There
St. Wendelin basketeers kicked off the lid of the 1953-
1954 season with an impressive win over St. Paul, Norwalk,
58-53. The scoring of the Mohawks was evenly divided as
Ray Torres netted 15, Dave Kelbley 14, and Aurice Hoover
13. The Gold and Black played a scrappy defensive game and
tallied freely on offense.
The second game of the '53-'54 season was the Mohawks'
shooting in tough luck as a mediocre Risingsun team downed
them, 50-37. The Saints looked like the classier team, but
lack of team height and the inability to hit the hoop proved
to be their downfall.
The fighting Mohawks took an expected set-back against
a powerful Tiffin Calvert team, 87-55. The Countyliners
were out-scored every quarter but the fourth, when they
netted 21 points.
December ll the Mohawks scalped Genoa in a thrilling
game 49-41. Throughout the entire game the Gold and Black
played an excellent defensive game.
Sandusky, St. Mary-Here
Entertaining Sandusky, St. Mary, the Mohawks dropped
their fourth game, 89-60, in a decisive set-back. John Heins-
man came off the bench in the second stanza to lead the
Mohawks with 24 points.
Marion, St. Mary-There
St, Mary High School of Marion proved too much for the
SWHS "Mighty Mites" as they held a comfortable lead
throughout the game. The Mohawks remained within conten-
tion, but the final score was 43-23.
Van Buren Orange and Black led the St. Wendelin Gold
and Black to their second loss, 68-49, at Van Buren. Co-
Captain Walters led his team with 16 points to no avail.
Gold and Black.
Aurice Hoover sparked the Black and Gold on to victory
with a total of 30 points against Cygnet. The Mohawks played
one of the best games of the season with a tight defense and
an accurate offense. The final score was 7l -58.
St. Wendelin dropped a one-sided tilt to North Baltimore,
80-67. Because of the opposition's overwhelming height, the
Mohawks were unable to control the back boards.
Lady Luck just wasn't with the Mohawks as they traveled
to Gibsonburg where they played a very fine ball game. They
withered, however, under the sensational shooting of the
Golden Bears and finally succumbed, 77-60.
St. Wendelin defeated St. Paul of Norwalk for the second
time this season when the Mohawks opened their offense and
went on a scoring spree. Captains Walters and Hoover led the
offensive attack with Zl points each. Final score Mohawks,
89, Norwalk, 65.
Fremont, St. Joseph-There
The Mohawks racked up their third victory of the season
with a 62-54 rout of Jackson Liberty. The locals led by Louie
Nye's 20 points were in the lead all the way to gain a well-
St. Wendelin lost o thrilling game to Margaretta, 63-48,
after a bad fourth quarter. The Mohawks were leading the
three first quarters, but a sudden rally in the fourth quarter
by the Green and White of Margaretta was too much for the
Knowing they were up against a high-scoring machine in
St. Joe, the Saints took to stalling tactics. St, Joe counter-
attacked also by stalling. The final score stood 38-27.
Tiffin, Calvert who trounced
the Mohawks earlier in the
season returned to Fostoria
and were given the scare of
their lives as the Mohawks led
by Gene Reinhart l25 pointsl
were hotter than a little red
wagon for three-fourths of the
game. They cooled off in the
last period when Calvert got
hot and went home with a 94-
Fremont, St. Joseph-Here
February l2 the Crimson
Streaks of Fremont visited the
local gym, a hard-fought game
resulted only in defeat for the
Mohawk hardwooders, The
boys were going strong the
second half but were unable to
catch up after a bad first half.
Final score, 63-5l.
Clyde Tournament-Ross High
February l8 marked the be-
ginning of the Protest Tourna-
ment. Failing to get underway,
the Mohawks trailed at the
half 43-22, Coming into the
last half the Saints poured on
steam but were unable to even
the score. Final score: Clyde
68, Mohawks 58.
The Mohawks dropped an-
other close one to their old
rivals Hopewell-Loudon by a
70-66 score. Since both teams
hit with frequent regularity
throughout the contest, it was
anyone's ball game. When the
Mohawks lost two of their reg-
ulars in the last minutes, they
lost their chance for victory.
The Black and Gold drop-
ped an exciting game to Clyde
by but two points. Leading
most of the game, the Mo-
hawks suffered a bad fourth
quarter when their opponents
outscored them l9-9 points
and defeated them 64-62.
This fray was a nip and tuck
affair from the start, but the
Mohawks won out, 6l -57. This
game proved the scrappiest
session for the Saints. Toward
the end they "shoveled on the
coal" and laid the wood to the
Bottom row, left to right: J. McLaughlin, R. Smith, B. Baeder, D. Bott, J. Zeyen.
Top row, left to right: B, Lee, B. Woodside, G. Ritter, B. DeGalen, R. Luman, J. Faber,
Assistant Coach Ulman.
Dr. R. S. Markey
Feb. 22-George Washington supplied students with free
day and theme of "Hatchet C-HOP" for February's CYO
Feb. 23-Junior boys came from behind to win the Catholic
Chronicle Crusade with a I45 per cent lead. Jerry Reiter,
junior, tops high sellers with nine sales.
Feb. 24-Mixed Chorus participated in Brotherhood Week
celebration. "No Man Is an Island," proved to be the theme
of their program.
March I-CYO Skating Party brought many ups and downs
March 3-All-out student attendance at Mass and Holy
Communion initiated the Lenten Season at SWHS.
April 6-Faculty took off on an inspection tour of the busi-
ness world in connection with B-I-E Day. Students enjoyed
a free spring afternoon.
April 23-Juniors went into a "Ring Rapsody" when they
received their long awaited class rings. A special all-Junior
Chapel Service included songs, prayers, the blessing of the
rings by Principal Father Donald Hunter, a sermonnette,
and class consecration to the Sacred Heart.
April 20-Curtains down on the wonderful Easter vacation
that also ended the Fifth Six Weeks. Everyone took a deep
breath-the last lap remained to be hurdled.
April 27-Career cues were given to the juniors and seniors
at the annual vocational clinic held at Fostoria High School.
April 29--Students of the grade and high school convened
to fete their beloved Pastor, Father Robert Ruffing, with a
feastday program in honor of his holy Patron, St. Robert.
May 'I-Final District State Scholarship Tests were given
at Bowling Green State University.
May 3-Under the direction of Mr. Ralph Lupidi, the
Music Department at St. Wendelin chalked up another suc-
cessful Musical Festival.
May 'I6-'I7-Members of the Senior Class under the direc-
tion of Mr. James Ankenbrandt, faculty member, sponsored
their annual play. This year "Strictly Formal" was the
production that brought the local Oscar to the senior
May 23--Baccalaureate Services proved the keynote of the
Moy 29-St. Wendelin Parish was honored when another
of its sons received the dignity of the priesthood in the
person of The Reverend Frank Crawford. Father Crawford
son of Mrs. C. C. Crawford, school secretary, offered his first
solemn Mass here on Sunday, May 30.
May 30-It was a dream come true for forty seniors who
received their coveted diploma at the traditional graduation
ceremonies held in the high-school auditorium. Orchids to
the students, their parents, and their teachers.
DOCTOR, LAWYER, MERCHANT, CHIEF?
STUDENTS R CEIVE CUES AT CLINIC
Representing several of the more popular careers are
these students who impersonate religious life, the mar-
riage state, the business world, the medical and nursing
professions as well as the trades. Left to right: Delores
Pocs, secretaryg Lowell Bugner, mechanic, Aurice
Hoover, priest, Thomas Abowd, physician, Darlene Pot-
teiger and Terry Potteiger, mother and child, and Rose-
mary Marks, a nurse.
First Row, left to right: Barbara Marley, Sharon Fergusen,
Karleen Layton, Phyllis Devins, Kathleen Spieldenner, Mary
Angela Scharf, Deborah Dell, Sally Coppus, Barbara Droll,
Pamela Schetter, Donna Ray, Jane Cook, Gloria Lininger,
and Nancy Wybensinger.
Second Row, left to right: Bonnie l-lay, Linda Phyllips,
Virginia Luman, Patricia Murrin, Christeen Holman, Mary
Ann Lowery, Bonnie Tidd, Christine Doos, Irene Kiebel,
Mary Ann Holderman, Jennifer Schnitzler, Maureen Mar-
key, Dora Ybarra, Jane Yost, Shirley Might, and Linda
First Row, left to right: Peter Norris, William Knowlton,
Michael Nye, Joseph Frankart, Carl Myers, Thomas Gillig,
Gary Schumaker, and Terrance Miller.
Second Row, left to right: Thomas Boff, Terry Coleman,
Fred LaFontain, Connie Frisch, Olivia Hernandez, Linda
Holman, Nadine Elchert, Jeanne Affholder, Barbara Rum-
schlag, Joyce Williams, Holly Jinks, Gerald Woessner,
Thomas Evans, and Donald Kinn.
Third Row, left to right: Richard Fruth, George Welly, De-
Third Row, left to right: James Pigman, David Weimer-
skirch, Michael Marchetto, Larry Holman, Norman Peiffer,
Gerald Windau, Joseph Frias, David Schreiner, Ronald Wil-
liams, Stephen Emerine, Carlyle Montgomery, Dennis Con-
nor, Michael Burkart, Carlos Gonzalez.
Fourth Row, left to right: Mary Wolph, Nancy Droll, Stephen
Winkeljohn, Gregory Martin, Robert Romero, Michael De-
vine, Thomas Holman, Michael Etchen, Thomas Walter,
James Binkley, Michael Bangert, David Ritzler, Frederick
Ziegman, Ronald Duran, and Wade Oberly.
borah Duran, Margaruite Boes, Virginia Rasey, Janet Babb,
Ronald Williams, Judy Wenzke, Jane Faeth, Jeannette
Hammer, Mary Jo Depinet, Teague Breslin, and Robert
Fourth Row, left to right: James Rhoad, Paul Kauffman,
Rebecca Foos, Susan Hammer, Fred Lammers, Martha
Schroeder, Paul Waltermeyer, Jeanne Reinhart, Mary Jo
Elchert, Garry Grine, Dan Jurris, and Robert Potteiger.
Missing are Christian Foute and Pauletta Ortega.
Florence lBarrettJ Wonderly
Sister Mary Rosella tziegmani
Frances fHelmstetterJ Coughenour
Stella CHammerl Emerine
Lenore iDelll Blaser
Helen iBottoJ Boulboulle
Margaret tWeber7 Crohen
Catherine CWeberi Vance
Irene Uacobyl Lonsway
Rev. Joseph l. Schill
Dr. J. N. Kiebel
Francis M. Marley
Helen tPodach7 Nye
Mary lThilll Bugner
Dorothy iFerwaltl Peluso
Catherine iKieferJ Reese
Louella lWeimerskirchl Keck
Helen CFlechtnerJ McCarty
Victoria CSteadmanl Stone
Joseph L. Blaser
Rev. Alvin Burns C.PP.S.
Helen CShookJ Weimerskirch
Mary iHowardJ Kintz
Dorothy iAltwies7 Kirion
George R. Wolph
Lawrence D. Fink
Madonna lHowardl Roberts
Anna Mae CNyel Koepfer
Dr. L. P. Lehmann
Marguerite lFalewageJ Nye
Josephine tNyel Fouts
Sister Mary Loisann lKrambP
Joan tLonswayl Wolf
Rev. Frank Crawford
Mildred lThoml Isbell
Carolyn CCunninghaml Korg
Marguerite tLichtle7 Slesinski
Peter J. Tinkovicz
Rita CArdnerJ Speelman
Maraquita CBouillon7 Steinmetz
Ann Louise CSwintl Beier
Margaret tThoml Ellis
Dr. Harry R. Stoner
Kathryn lSmithl Yost
Lena CKuntzJ Denhoff
Rev. Robert Mahin, O.S.B.
Rev. William Shields, C.PP.S.
Richard C. Collins
Joanne fEmerinel Holderman
Leola Uacobl Tidd
Patricia tHowardJ Woltarth
Edward D. Collins
Mary Lou lLehmannJ Droll
Mary lWellyJ Gray
Rev, Edward Lichtle
Margaret fDrolll Schetter
Dr, Donald L. Stoner
Jane lZeyenl Birney
William L. Bradner
Donna Uonesi Holodnak
Lucille iThoml Sundermeyer
Marilyn lSmithl Bradner
Luciann iKinnJ Thomas
Alice lZeyenJ Stoner
Patricia tLehmannl Keating
Mary Jo lMarksD Lotte
Sister Mary Johnann fSczesnyJ
Theresa fKruszynski7 Tinkovicz
Carolyn lReinhart7 Wagner
Opal lSchreinerl Brockman
Anna Mae Kelbley
Mary Jeannine LaJune
Charleen tMarksl Pohl
Mary Jane lParkJ Redding
Eleanor tShultzJ Householder
LaDonna fHammerJ Crawford
Helen iGilligl Durst
Mary iCoughenourJ Flechtner
Norma Jean Burns
Mary Ann Dibling
Mary Ellen Podach
Mary Kathryn Miller
Rose Ann Schalk
Congrotulotions ond Best Wishes
CLASS OF 1954 i
Household and lndustrlal
FOSTORIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC.
Fostoria's Quality Building Materials
Office Supply Shop
112 West Center St.
The Sportsman's Shop
309 S. Main Ph. 4850
Sunshine Point Cafe
IO49 N. Countyline St.
The Preis Store
First With Fashions
Mann Funeral Home
217 West Center Street
ll9 N. Main St. Dial 3405
THE COMMERCIAL PRESS
Steel Office Furniture
123 East Tiffin Street
EDDIE A. SPIELDENNER
Floor Covering Specialists
Window Shades-Draperies-Slip Covers
105 S. Main St.
J. H. JONES 8a SONS
Coal, Builders' Supplies,
Ready Mixed Concrete
Wallpaper 81 Paint Store
3l5 South Main St. Phone 2703
G R E E N H O U S E S .
Funeral Designs Potted Plants
Fostoria, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio
Phone 891 2-42 W. Tiffin St
FINE CLASS RINGS
R p t tve: Bill Lindboe
BERSTED MANUFACTURING CO
RUPP and RIGGS
l28 W. North St. Phone 809
Headquarters for from
GENERAL ,ELECTRIC MORRIS
Your Friendly Service
l06 South Main Dial 845 Store
NATIONAL CARBON I-lamburgs Frosted Malteds
A Division of
Union Carbide C7 Carbon Corp.
Fosforiu's Ice Cream Center
SACKETT'S FOSTORIA BEER AND WINE
"Say it With Flowers" Harold Elchert jacob Manecke
' 800 North Main St, 305 Court Place Dial 5900
Lumber-M i l lwork-Roofi ng-Paint
635 West Tiffin St.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
Gm SAVINGS CO.
Member of Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
J. H. DanieI's Company
Whirlpool Washers and Dryers
S H gene Livingroom Suites and Mattresses
l l4 West Center St.
HOME WINDOW COMPANY
FOSTORIA ICE AND COAL COMPANY
4lO E. NORTI-I ST. PHONE 3686
CEMENT ICE COLD BEER-Carry Out
MORTAR SOFT DRINKS
PLASTER PICNIC CHESTS
SAND SACKED COAL
CALCIUM ICE CREAM FREEZERS
ROCK LATH HARD COAL
FREE BEER DELIVERY AMPLE PARKING SPACE
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA
Madonna Circle No. 383
LAMBERJACK SALES AND SERVICE
HUDSON ----- WILLYS
Cars, Jeeps, Trucks
Complete Automotive Repair
"Square Deal Used Cars"
IO7 S. Wood St. Phone 3-42l
Fostoria Serum Company
Kirby's Shoe Store
204 South Main St.
Art Clothes Shop
For Men's and Boys' Clothing
24 S. Main St. Ph. 2654
Mickey Insurance Agency
First National Bank Bldg.
307 South Main St.
Babb's' Gamble Store
1612 N. Countyline St.
Alan's Shoe Store
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
The Lunch Box
248 East Lytle Street
Montgomery Barber Shop
II8 West Center St.
208 Hayes Street
Val-U Dress Shops
"Where Smart Women Practice
123 South Main St.
Arthur C1 Dorothy lDury1 Klugsberg
134 West Center St.
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware
I20 South Main St.
Whitney Drug Store
220 Elm Street
Chalfin's Drug Store
CFormerly Glen H. Eaton1
121 North Main St.
I03 South Main St.
Yonker's Insurance Agency
All Forms of Insurance
Roy's Shoe Repair
120 East Center
Bill's Economy Store
II8 South Main St.
RCA VICTOR RADIOS
HUMMEL MOTOR SALES, INC.
Pontiac - Cadillac - GMC Trucks
Twenty-four Hour Wrecking Service
C I M . I S I. Phone 31 16
omp ele uslca upp les Sales Service 135 W. North St.
Carl Vogel panel Elsea Body Repair Shop 1230 N. Countyline
R U S S E L L , S KARCHER'S GROCERY
.I E W E L R Y
THE STORE WITH A GLASS DOOR
Gifts for Every Occasion
115 N. Main ST. Phone 3559
Groceries - Meats
701 S. Poplar Sf. Phohe 6373
G. H. RUSSELL DAIRY
SEARS ROEBUCK 81 CO.
Shop at Sears
Products And Save
Phone 5556 l22 West Tiffin St. Dial 6696
of LARRY S
S M I T "VS suPER-MARKET r
Fostoria's Complete Food Market
376 Perry St. at Elm
l22 West Center St.
S M O K E
H O U S E
TH E SHERLIE ANN BAKERY
S T A R G L A S S
Has But the Best-
U n d ln Cakes and Pastry
i FOSTORW OH 'O 132 E. Tiffin sf. Phone 5330
FOSTORIA REVIEW-TIMES ,
Commercial job Printing Department TONYS BAKERY 'Nc'
We want your news of you and "Always Willing To Serve YOU"
U1-he Local Touch,, Congratulatiori 122 Best Wishes
Phone 664l l l3-l l5 E, Center St,
CLASS OF T954
FRANCIS M. MARLEY
f St. Wendelin High School, i928
SWIFT 84 COMPANY
University of Notre Dame, AB., l932
University of Notre Dame, LL.B., l934
Attorney and Counselor at Law
4 Rosendale Bldg. Fostoria, Ohio
AND TOOL INC.
MYERS 8. LICHTLE, LTD.
Plumbing and Heating
3l7 South Main St.
J. OLIVER PORE CO.
Buick - Oldsmobile
Sale and Service
l42 E. Tiffin St. Fostoria, Ohio
Phone Zl 3l Phone 4532
SPORT CENTER sowuNG l
Six High Scoring Alleys
Open Bowling Every
Saturday all day-Sunday all day
Sandwiches G Coffee at our Snack Bar
john Smolik, lvlgr. Phone 929
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Fostoria's Finest Shoe Store
ll7 S. Main Street Phone 2318
CAMERON - WEBER
Congratulations to the Graduating Class
lt is a Good Policy- Not to have a Bad O N E
Qualify and Service "Since 1899"
OPEN EVENINC-S FREE PARKING
l4-4l North Countyline St.
"Edge of Town Where Prices are Down"
L. 8a S. HOBBY SHOP
See us for Hobbies whether it be Crafts,
Model Railroading, Oil Paintings, Cars,
Boats, Airplanes, etc.
641 N. Poplar St. Dial 2154
Corner North and Main Sts.
THE EAST NORTH ST. I.UMBER
THE DRESS SHOP
But not Expensive
. Main St. l-lay's Bldg.
ERNlE'S AUTO SERVICE
l2O Sandusky St. Phone 3347
Arnold O. Lundberg
7Ol West Van Buren St.
Compliments EDISON CUT RATE DRUGS
of Lowest Prices in Ohio
I Three All the
' , Registered New
COUKS PIE SHOP Pharmacists! Cosmetics!
B ' D ' F '
115 W. jackson sf. Dial 3579 101 Nfsljifn 51f'gStO'e 'n 025336119
THE FOSTORIA UNION DAIRY
ST. WENDELIN HIGH SCHOOL
Where Our Milk
ls Served Daily
LITTLE FOLKS SHOP For over 40 years quality shoe
lnfanfs' and Cl'1ilClrel'1'S repairs has been my motto. Don't
Specialties throw 'em away! Rebuild 'em to-
122 East Tiffin si. Dial 3306 'Y
Remember, you'll never reach
your goal, with a hole in your sole!
C A N D Y I. A N D
'-UNCHEONETTE JOE snowws snoi sHoP
Corner Main and Sandusky
Phone 918 IO9 East Tiffin St.
MOES BAKED ENAMEL SHOP
Complete Body and Fender Repairing
i247 N. Countyline St. Phone 6207
Leipsic - Ottawa - McComb
KINN AND THEOBALD AGENCY
IO9 East Center St.
Complete Insurance Service
Real Estate Brokers
KlNN'S SALES AND SERVICE
Battery-I gnition Starter C-r Generator Service Parts and
Accessories Brakes Relined
Ferguson Tractor and Farm Implements Phone 2856
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Council Number 1197
ATLAS CRANKSHAFT INC.
J. B. BASEHORE G. COMPANY
L. B. llesl Basehore
Coal, Builders' Supplies, Concrete Products
Concrete Septic Tanks
312 E. Center St. Phone 6667
BLOSE GULF SERVICE
Batteries General Repairs Tires
Union and Perry Sts. Phone 969
HOYT snip yco. y
Retail Field, Garden, Flower,
Phone 3823 Cor. Wood 6' North
ee HOME PASTRY as
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gilmore
207 North Main St. Dial 3240
of Largest Selection
125 W. South St. Phone 3lOl 202 South Main ST
Compliments W. E. KINNEY
GORDON LUMBER CO. Sales and Service
1502 N- Union Sf- 125 west North sf. Dial 5562
K I T C H E N ' S
Home Dressed Meats-Groceries
Beer and Wine to Carry Out
HOUSE OF MUSIC
lO9 Perry St. Dial7209
The First National Bank
Ever a C-ood Bank to Deal With
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I a SHERWIN-WIIIIAMS PAINTS E
206 S. Main St. 4495
For a Complete Laundry Service HOLMANTS GARAGE
a General Auto Repairing
FOSTORIA SERVICE Delco Batteries-Goodyear Tires
LAUNDRY Fleetwing Oil
Phone 2582 425 S. Poplar St. Dial 3548
PETER CLOTHING STORE
P v Compliments
Finest Men's Store of
201 soufh Main sf. Phone 3627 FOX D A ' RY
SPARK PLUG DIVISION
ELECTRIC AUTO - LITE CO.
Real Estate ,
Farm and Health Insurance BOF.: S BAKERY
Lite, Fire, Tornado, Auto, Accident
Cookies Rolls Donuts
vinou. M. GAS:
l-lome of Dawn Donuts
224 West Center St. Phone 2lO9 . 1
Phone 6604 in Fostoria
D E L L'S
224 South Main St. Fostoria, Ohio
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
"Home of Values"
COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR ALL THE FAMILY
THE OHIO SAVINGS 61 LOAN
Specialists in Home Financing
Building, Buying, or Repairing
The Fostoria Pressed Steel Corp
l-49 East South St.
TASTY BRAND MEATS
FLECHTNER BROS. PACKING COMPANY, INC
THE FOSTORIA LUMBER
West North S
I. . R . K R A N Z
1516 North Union St.
Phone 5342 'Dress Better and You'lI Feel Better"
O. J. BOLLINGER
M I L I. E R 'S Building Contractor
D R U G S T O R E
The REXALL Store
Specializing in Residential
161 E. Lytle St. Phone 4226
The Old Reliable
Best in Foods and Refreshments
300-302 N. Main St. Dial916 . Q f
B. G. J.
If we haven't got it,
You're better off without it
C OM PA NY
John Blaser ...................
Rosemary Marks .....
Jean Zeyen ..........
William Park ......
Blaser, John ..........
Coleman, James ....
DiCesare, Loretta .......
Emerine, Joyce ......
Hammer, Betty ......
Holman, Shirley ......
Holman, Vernon ....
Hoover, Aurice ......
Hubbard, Loyal .....
Hunt, Fred .............
Karcher, Ba rba ra .......
R. No. 4
R. No. 3
R. No. 4
.......9l3 S. Union
.......425 S. Poplar
425 S Poplar
...1.fQff1517 E. North
........354 W. Crocker
.......835 W. Center
53 E. Lytle
Kimmet, Eugene ...... ........... R . R, No. 3
Kirian, Barbara ...... ................ 5 l7 S, Union
Kitchen, David ...... ..................... 8 93 Cory
Kruszynski, Donald l44O Countyline Street
LaFountaine, Betty .......................... l5O E. Lytle
Logsdon, Rita ................ ................... l 29 Perry
Lyman, Carol .............. ....... 7 47 Columbus Ave.
Malagon, Esaias .....
Marks, Rosemary ........ ........... 3 53 W. High
Miller, Donald ....... ....... 7 O9 W. Center
Nye, Louis ............ ........... 3 O7 S. Union
Park, William ............ ............... 9 l8 N. Union
Potteiger, Darlene ...... ....... 4 86 Columbus Ave.
Reinbolt, Joseph .... .......... K ansas, Ohio
Schreiner, Joyce ......... ............. 2 43 Rock
Schreiner, Marilyn .
Seever, John ...............
Shaull, Dolores ........
Sheibley, Carol .....
Walter, Richard ......
Weber, Jerry ........
Zeyen, Jean ............
Zirger, Richard .......
.......8OO W. Tiffin
R. No. 3
......22l N. Grant
........27l W. Fourth
.........624 vv. North
l4 W. High
........734 S. Main
Thomas Abowd ................
Nancy Moran .......
Rosanne Welly ....
Eugene Brickner ......
Abowd, Thomas ......
Ardner, Ruth ........
Babb, Rose .........
Barry, Patsy ..........
Blaser, Ronald ......
Brickner, Eugene .....
Burns, Marlene .......
DeGalen, Robert .....
Duding, Janice .....
Filliater, Donald .......
Flnsel, Marilyn .....
Frankart, Shirley .....
Giang, Ruth ..........
Guzman, Marie ...A...
Heinsman, John .A....
Jacoby, Susan .............
Kelbley, Mary Jane .......
Kiebel, Patricia ...........
Kieffer, Dale ..........
Kirian, Janet ........
Kitchen, Dennis ......
.......507 W. Center
50 Taft Blvd.
33 Taft Blvd.
.......323 S. Union
.......2l2 E. North
R. No. l
l49 W. Tiffin
R. No. l
....487 Columbus Ave.
.........344 E. Fremont
R. No. 4
........83l S. Main
l7 N. Countyline
.........9lO N. Union
........326 W. Center
........352 W. North
..........5l7 S. Union
Lee, Elizabeth ......... .......... 9 O8 N. Countyline
Lonsway, Donald .... ......
...8l3 Columbus Ave.
McFadden, Joyce ....... ............... 6 45 Summit
Miller, John ............ ............. 2 36 W. Lytle
Moran, Nancy ..... ...... 5 50 College Ave.
Peluso, Teresa ...... ......... 3 O8 N. Union
Pocs, Delores ....... ........ 2 8l E. Sixth
Podach, Clara ....... ........ R . R. No, 4
Reinbolt, Helen ......... ....... K ansas, Ohio
Reinhart, Eugene ....... ........... 7 S5 Maple
Reiter, Gerald ......... ............ R . R. No. 4
Ritter, Glenn .............. ............ A rcadia, Ohio
Ritzler, Helen ................ ......... 7 O4 W. Fremont
Rumschlag, Mary Ellen ...... ............. 8 90 Seneca
Scharf, Kathleen ........ ........ 7 28 S. Main
Schreiner, John ............ 243 Rock
Smith, Henry ............ ............ 4 lO S. Main
Spangler, Marlene ...... ......... 8 O2 W. North
Stone, Donald ..........
Sullivan, Edward .....
Vance, Shirley ......
Warner, Thomas ......
Weber, Delores ........
Welly, Rosanne .......
Wolfelt, James .................
........425 E. Jackson
.......ll27 N. Union
.......457 W. Center
........l24 N. Countyline
...........285 W. Fourth
Woodside, Robert ................ 632 West Haven Dr.
SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS
David Miller ....,
Geraldine Boff ,....
Carolyn Margraf .....
Ronald Huss .,,., .,,,,,, T reasurer
Altweis, James ,..,,.. ...,,... l O3 S. Adams
Blaser, James ...... ..,...,..,....., 3 23 S, Union
Bott, Geraldine .,..,.. .,,,.,, 7 25 N. Countyline
Bugner, Lowell ............., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l 26 Foll
Buwlkowski, Kenneth .....,. l2l Lunt
Coleman, Carol ....... ,,,,.,,.,. 5 4l Lynn
Cramer, Erika .......
Dyer, Sharon ........
.......,508 W. North
Flores, Raymond ,.,.,, ...,,,,,,,, 7 Ol Spruce
Frankart, Helen ,.,,.,,,,,,, R, R. No. 4
Frankart, James ..,,,. ........ 6 24 W. Fremont
Gase, Donald ...,......, ......,. 5 l5 W. Fremont
Hagenmaier, James .........,, 248 E. Lytle
Hoffbauer, Donna ..,.. ,,,..,,,, l lO W. Crocker
Holman, claffofd ....... .,,,,,,, 1 23 5. Adams
Howbert, Nancy ..... .,,,..,, 2 OO W. Tiffin
Huss, Ronald ,......, ...,..,. 6 28 W. Fourth
ller, Georgia ...... ......... 5 24 S. Main
Kelbley, David ..,....,. ......, 6 l5 Van Buren
Knowlton, Shirley .,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 O8 S, Main
LaJune, James ..... ........,..., 4 35 N. Main
Lee, Raymond ......
Lee, William ....,..
Lichtle, Jane ,..........
....l ll Cadwallader
Lonsway, Gerard ...... ..,,.... 3 Sl W. Fourth
Lonsway, Thomas ......
Luman, Ronald ....,..
Lucius, Norma ,.,,.
Miller, David ....,..
Miller, Joanne ....,
.......337 S. Union
.........533 S. Main
....703V2 N. Union
.......709 W. Center
.......503 W. Center
Park, James .,......,.., ,...,..,..,.,,.. 9 l8 N. Union
Potteiger, Frances .,.,.. ..,,,.. 4 86 Columbus Ave.
Reese, Lois ............. ............... 4 37 Beech
Reinhart, Sandra ......,
Reiter, Joanne ....,.,, .
Schreiner, Norma .,,,,. .
Shock, Nancy .,....... .
Shultz, Gerald .,.,.....
.......252 W. Center
........64l N. Poplar
.......l205 N. Union
Stewart, William ....... ........ 2 5l W. North
Sullivan, Sue ........... ....... l l27 N. Union
Weber, Noreta ........... ........ l 24 N. Countyline
Williams, Darrell ......
Witmore, Nancy .....
Zimmerman, Gary .....
........655 W. North
........44O W. Center
.. .... 628 McDougal
Alvin Keckler .............,,,,,,,,
Julia Snyder .,..,..........,,,,..
Sandra Brown .........
Gerald LaFounl'ain .....
, ............. Secretary
Abowd, Mary Alice ,,..,. ........... 5 88 Maple
Afend, Rosemary ...,,... ........... 8 lO Leonard
Baeder, William ......... .................., l 27 Perry
Ballreich, Mary Ann .... 6l2 College Ave.
Berger, Henrietta ....... .............. I .22 W. Fourth
Bott, Donald ............... ......
Boulboulle, Brenda ..... ......
Bowser, Anna ......,...
Brickner, Harold .....,
Brown, Sandra ......
Bugner, Dorothy ...,.
Bugner, Jane .............
Bulkowski, Patricia ....
Burns, William ........
Coleman, Phyllis ......
Curry, Richard .,...
Degens, Philip ......
Faber, James .....,.
Finsel, Martha ......
Flores, Ellen ......
Fox, John ................
Forristell, Emily ...,...
Frankart, Robert .....
..725 N. Countyline
l65O 'N. Countyline
R. No, l
R. No. 3
..307 N. Countyline
R. No. l
........546 N. Poplar
......lOO4 S. Main
R. No. l
.......344 E. Fremont
........624 W. Fremont
Frias, Virginia ........,... ............. 8 47 Spruce
Guzman, Eusebio .......... ............ l l2 Palmer
Hagenmaier, Robert ...... ..........,.... 2 48 E. Lytle
Haubert, Kathleen ..... ....... 3 5l College Ave.
Hernandez, Barbara .........,... 909 Spruce
Holman, Juletta ......... ........,. 4 25 S. Poplar
Hubbard, Gordon .... ......... 3 54 W. Crocker
Huber, William ....... ............. R . R. No. l
Huth, Marshia ...,. ........ 2 O3 N. Vine
Keckler, Alvin ..... .............. 4 36 Elm
Kimmet, Eldon ...,.... .,.....,. T iffin, Ohio
Kirian, John ,,............. .......... 5 l7 S. Union
Kitchen, James ............. ..........,........ 8 93 Cory
LaFountain, Gerald .............
Malagon, Anita ...... ..2lO E. Culbertson
Martin, Thomas ......... ....... 6 O8 College Ave.
McCarty, Mary Ann .,,.,. ............. R . R. No. 4
McLaughlin, John ............. R. R. No. l
Nick, John ............ ......... 2 l5 Sycamore
Nye, Ruth ,.,...... ........,...... 4 42 W. North
Pahl, Janet ....,... ..32O N. Countyline
Pocs, Joseph ...... ............ 2 Bl E. Sixth
Podach, Jean ........ ............. R . R. No. 4
Potteiger, John ........ 486 Columbus Ave.
Reinhart, Carolyn .... ........... l 435 N. Union
Reinhart, Larry ........ ............ 9 l5 S. Main
Reinhart, Mary Lou ........ 755 Maple
Rumschlag, Dale ....,... .......... B 90 Seneca
Scharf, Lawrence ....... ........ 7 28 S. Main
Shaull, Paul ............. .......... R . R. No. 3
Shock, Betty .........
Smith, Ronald ,.....
Snyder, Julia .....
Stoner, John ,....
Tiell, Patricia ,......
Torres, Mary ..........
Vance, John ............
Woessner, Judy ......,..
Zeyen, James .........
Ziegman, Alice ..,....
Zirger, Donald .....
....,....64l N. Poplar
.......76l Van Buren
.........402 N. Union
........44O Colonial Dr.
R. No. 4
........457 W. Center
...,,357 College Ave.
........,.l26 W. Sixth
l4 W. High
R. No. l
.........734 S. Main
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