Swanton High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Swanton, OH)

 - Class of 1954

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' L , 3' A5 P I -V. ff -" -W-:ha-fa ss, iff' of 5u'afI'3' PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS of l SWANTON HIGH SCHOOL Swanton , Ohio May 1954 if.7il:v ,?'.'3'-.....- X "" 7,211 ,L f 1, af- , , ff, , f IZ pf 4, vf' -,-r- V V Q . I ...ff 'K----H N x 1 N Q , W,.,m.,NK ,A ' s 1 A V, xv, A ,rf ,f 1 ,ff x 1 s 'l A is 'fiiz':":W hw A 5 F rqznmp. NN. x, -1 ,ga-v. 7 ,f ,,f,,,.-H... -. .N X N, , , M. ff ,fm .1 A yy, .1 1 f,...,,,,.. ff f f z ! ""'f:ff: ' MEFF ,... v 1""""' uni' mfr , Here we pause in grateful memory of our good classmate, JAMES HARRISON, who could not be with us on our last voy- age. He died of cancer on September 21, 1953. Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning When I put out to sea, . , Twilight and evening bell And after that the dark And may there be no sadness When I embarkg ,,,,, ----Tennyson 4 of the bar of farewell Mardoi 30 ! IN TRODU CT ORY PAGES FACULTY . . CLASSES . ORGANIZATIONS . MUSIC . . . ATHLETICS . FEATURES . ADVERTISING . SUBS CRIP TIONS . FEATURE WRITER . BOOKKEEPER . TYl?IST . . SNAPSHOTS . PROOEREADTNG . FACULTY SPONSOR . .Diana Kline and Marlene Klein . Sue Curtis and Jeanette Drabik . Joyce Brodbeck, Georgia Leffel and Shirley Sadowski . Beverly Howard and Ruth Jacob . . Janette Ball, Carol Kethel and Charlotte Coutcher . Lora Lee Kelley and Pat Mikola . Audrey Glenn and Mary Fears . Charles Kreuz, John Kreuz and Bill Koepfer . Jerry Perkins, Bill Seeman, Dan Langenderfer, and Paul Elton . . Fred Damaske . . Eloise Weiss . . Betty Jo Shoemaker . H. W. Pfost and William Daniels . . Eva Carpenter . James G. Baker 5 As the good Ship SHS sails the sea in search of the Isle of Knowledge, many things befall the crew. To be a log in which to preserve your memories of this eventful voyage is the purpose of this book. Entra! of glclucafion LLOYD GEER, Pres1dent CAG' 09' 11' 777 If BO 99 Q X! EA I W 90935 Q54 MIN 1 N fxlw ,sy v 44509 I 1 mf fi' .l,,, QWYQAA QRTQUQ 501 Ro 095 GGL igypss 7 Us 0615615 X.. -CIT' .-K , . ' z , Q .4 mb 5 1 9 Q fx . .Zac em ,QZK 7UH in KK -s 5.54 if 'M' .ssh-, S B G RUNNEL ty oi indian d t S p rinten en X lp' 15 94 fe 3117! 4957 .Xddniinidlrahon H. L. PFOST Univer sity of Michigan , Principal, Direcfor of Athletics 5? AX RUBY KEELER Office Secretary JOHN BONAM JAMES Cv. BAKER Ctdflgg JOHN BONAM: Bowling Green State University, History, Student Coincil JAMES G, BAKER: Toledo University, Commerce, Yearbook FAYE BRANDON: Middle Tennessee State College, English, Physical Ed- ucation, GAA FAYE BRANDON EVA CARPENTER EL WILLIAM DANIELS DARWIN EATON 12 EVA CARPENTER: Toledo University, English, Hi-Life, Senior Class Play WILLIAM DANIELS: Bowling Green State University, Science, Photography Club, Visual Education DARWIN C. EATON: Ohio Northern, Industrial Arts ELMER GIRTEN: Columbia University, Band, Glee Clubs, Art Club xr-TEN MER G ..... ' O as X G 'io 2' jf 'I A-'V KATHRYN JESKA: Bowling Green State University, Home Economics, Y-Teens HAROLD MARTIN: Bowling Green State University, American Democracy, Physi- cal Education, Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y THOMAS PASKALIDES: Ohio State Univer- sity, Driver Education, Physical Education, Football BYRON RADEBAUGH: Findlay College, General Science, Biology, Ass't Football Coach, Hi-Y in DORA TITGEMEYER: Bowling Green State University, English, Latin, Junior Class Play, Y-Teens THEODORE TITGEMEYER: Bowling Green State Univer sity , Mathematic s , Camera Club 7 KA THRYN JESKA HAROLD MARTIN nl' THOMAS PASKALIDES BYRON RADEBAUGH DORA TITGEMEYER THEODORE TITGEMEYER 13 THE FACULTY AFTER 4:00 P.M fb., F.im..'JT2ni1qWWWfffff fi Q ,NJ f- '1-f K -- 'M:':,4'ffCf2f Rf' 5 -4..- -f ff ---f: f :f.:X::P:k W5 enior v 1 H , Q Q f f U Mgtf, ff 3' , Q yy. R- ff nu w U" 1 f P .,,. ,... ,J M ,Y .W rf ',,. ,, b,- It I., .. .r " I N K., - ,- ., . .. .iw ,Agri '. -4 ,V . -f if I . 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Pioneer Staff, Class Play 35 Senior Scholarship Tests, Prom Queen Attendant eniorfi DUAYNE BAKER Sophomore Class Presidentg Glee Clubg Movie Operator, Hi-Yg Student Council 2g Bas- ketball Intramuralsg Basket- ball Statistician JANETTE BALL Band 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2, 3,49 Y-Teens l,2g GAA 3,4, Pioneer Staff MARGIE BOEHM PAUL BRENTLINGER Movie Operatorg Camera Club WILFORD BROCKHOFF Glee Clubg Movie Operatorg Basketball Intramurals 17 JOYCE BRODBECK Glee Club 45 Intramurals 1, ' 25 Y-Teens l,3, President entorrj 45 Student Council 45 Foot- ball Queen Attendant 35 Foot- ball Queen 45 Pioneer Staffg Prom Queen CHARLOTTE COUTCHER Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Intramurals Pioneer Staff SUE CURTIS Band l,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholastic Tests 2, 3,45 Y- Teens5 Hi-Life5 Junior Class Playg Intramuralsg Pioneer Staff, Senior Scho1arship5 Girls' State JAMES A. CRAIG Band l,2, 3, President 45 Music Contests 1,2, 3545 Sen- ior Scholarshipg Photography Club' Camera Club' Student C0l1I1C11 3,45 Junior Class Play, Baseball 4' Track Z 3 4' All Ohio Band, Senior Class Play. FREDERICK DAMASKE Band 1, 2, 3,4, Glee Club 1, Z, 3,4, Hi-Life 2, 3, 45 Photography Club5 Class play 35 Scholastic Testsg Pioneer Staffg Music Contest 4 1 en iam CAROL DENNIS Band 1, 2, 35 Library Club 1, 2, G A A 2, 3,4g Scholastic Tests 15 Intramurals DONALD DREWYER MOVIE Operator, Camera Club PAUL ELTON Camera Club, Ploneer Staff, Scholastic Tests, Intramu- rals .IEANETTE DRABIK G A A 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4g Pione e r Staff . MARY FEARS Y-Teens 1,2, 3, Pioneer Staff, Scholastic Tests 2 3- Intramurals RON FIT ZSIMMONS tisticiang Intramurals LEROY FROSCH Movie Operator 3,45 Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4 ROBERT FULLER Band 2, 3,45 Glee Club, Foot ball Manager, Football 43 Senior Scholarship: Scholas- tic Testsg Photography Clubg Track, Senior Class Play Hi-Y l, Zg Football Manager Track 1, 25 Basketball Sta- eniom AUDREY GLENN G A A 3, 4g Pioneer Staffg Intramurals GARY HALLETT Football l,Z, 3,43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3,4g Baseball Z, 3, 4g Track lg Yi-Y l,2,3,4, eniom TALITHA JOHNSON LORA LEE KELLEY dent 45 Senior Scholarship, Y-Teens lg GAA 2,3,4g Junior Class Play, Pioneer Staff, Intramurals BEVERLY HOWARD Glee Club 1, 3,4, Y-Teens, Pioneer Staff, Senior Class Play CAROL KETHEL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Pioneer Staff. RUTH JACOB Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Frosh Y- Teens President, GA.A. 2, 3, 45 Vice President 33 Pioneer Staff, Intramurals Q Scho - A lastic Tests l,Z, 3,4 2' Library Club 1 , Z, 3,1 Presi- MARLENE KLEIN Scholastic Tests. DIANA KLINE Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4g Scholarship 4 Camera Club 13 G A A 2, 3, 45 Student Council 43 Junior Class Play, Pioneer Staff, Intramurals, Scholastic Testsg Prom Attendant RA.LPH KLING Band 1, 2, 3, 4, State Musical Senior Scholarshipg Scholas- tic 1 , Z, 3, 4, Movie Operator 3, 4g Hi-Y 1 , Z, 3, 43 Basket- ball, Track, Junior Class Playg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Camera Club lg G.A.A 1 Z 3 Cheerleader 2, Glee Club 1 2 3 Pioneer Staff, Junior Class Play Senior Class Play, Intramurals BILL KOEPFER Glee Club Football 2. 3 4 A1lMVL4 H1Y1 2 3 4g Pioneer Staff Intramurals '22 1,2,3,4 Movie Operator 3 4 ' eniom CHARLES KREUZ Camera Club lg Hi-Y Club 1, 3,43 Pioneer Staff, Intramur- als JOHN KREUZ Glee Club 1, Z, 35 Reserve Basketball Z3 Movie Opera- tor 4g Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Pioneer Staff- Intramurals DANIEL LANGENDERFER Glee Club 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 1,2, 3,43 President Stu- dent Councilg Baseball 4g Senior Scholarship, Scholastic Tests 2 3' Intramurals GEORGIA LEFFEL Glee Club 1-45 Library Club l,2g Y-Teens l,2,3g G AA4g Junior Class Play, Pioneer Staffg Senior Scholastic, Sch- olastic 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1-43 Cheerleader 4. JERRY KREUZ Glee Club 1, 23 Reserve Bas ketball Z3 Movie Operator 3 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 43 Intramurals, Basketball Statistician 4 23 eniom DA.VID LEONARD Band 1 2 3 4' Glee Club 2, 3,45 Basketball Manager 2, Movie Operator 45 Photography Club 4, Camera Club l,Zg Intram- urals. CALVIN MILLER Glee Club 2, 3, 4 JIM MROCZKOWSKI Class President 3, Glee Club 1, Z, 3,4g Camera Clubg Hi-Y Clubg Student Council, Junior Class Playg Football 1, Z, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3,43 Track. CHARLOTTE MOSSING Library Club 43 Camera Club lg G A A 2, 3, 4g Intramurals EDWARD MYERS Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Scholastic Tests 3. en iam JAMES PETHE Glee Club 2g Camera Club 1' Football 1, Z, 3 SHARON PINKS TONE Sec Freshman Class- Band Z 3 Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 H1 Life Z, 3, Editor 43 Frosh Y- Teens, Jr. Class Play, Senior Class Play, Sr. Scholarship 4g Scholastic Tests 1, 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. 3 Intramurals MARY PAHL Freshman Y-Teensg Y-Teens, Senior Y-Teens 3,4 Sophomore RICHARD RUNNELS Class President lg Glee Club 2, 3,4g High Life 2, 3, Ass't Editor 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,4, Student Council 49 Class Play 3,4, Baseball 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 3, Senior Scholarship, Scholastic Tests 1 , 2, 3, 4 GERALD A. PERKINS Glee Club 3g Hi-Y 1,Z, 3,43 Pioneer Staff, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4g Base- ball, Trackg Senior Class Play. QM YW SHIRLEY SADOWSKI Glee Club l,2, 3,4g Hi-Life 4g Y-Teens lg G A A. 2., 3,45 Junior Class Playg Pioneer Staffg Senior Scholarshipg Scholastic Tests 2, 3,4g Intra- murals -8l'll0l"5 DOROTHY STUKEY Glee Club 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 4g Intramurals BILL SEEMAN Band l,2, 3,4g Glee Club 4g Movie Operator 4g Photogra- phy Clubg Camera Clubg Jun- ior Class Playg Pioneer Staffg Senior Scholarshipg Scholastic l, Z, 3g Basketball Statisticiang Senior Class Play. ELLSWORTH VANCE Movie Operator Z 3 4 H1 Y l , 2, 3, 45 Intramurals BETTY JO SHOEMAKER Freshman Class Treasurerg Student Council lg Intramur- alsg Senior Class Playg Pioneer Staff ELOISE WEISS Teens 19 GAA Z,3,4 murals Glee Club l, 2, 3,45 Y Pioneer Staff, Intra- uneom QN fx. L 3K . ??--.+,..f- 'NfX.f'x.fE,i-Scifx g i , V 'SFF' 4 Sw- f 5 " 45, 5 47' , I1 A ,- --GW' J. ' , R ,nf Q H Y ' ,, . , ,X ' . l X 'af li e avr W-r yn PVD ,l ' If . ' g sa - TP: . J - 'A , mm'1 I jx! My liv if i a f, : j E55 i : J fl.. 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X Q 165: 'bl ,nun 5' if f . ,E JF, , r, 5, r 1 i 1 L i TO ---- David Sger ling -- Marjorie Ruggles -- Rochelle Badgett -----Tom Camp ---- Ruth Franklin -------- Lois Jacquot - - Emma Sue Thortoii --------Bob Saxer ---- Janet Gladfelter ---------Tom Urban ---I-lelen Buckenmeyer ------- Shirley Toth --- Bob Boehm -- Floyd Smith --- Betty Garner --- Don Scherzer ---Harvey Lewis --- Howard Kurth -- Joan Bollinger - ferry Sharples ---M Ruby Mosher --- Leatrice Wilinski ----Elizabeth Sutton ----Kathryn Krasula --- Shirley Norris --- Marcella Zientek ------- Marilyn Elton --- His art of sleeping in class -- Jack 8: Jerry Robinson ------His accounting ability ------ Mary Ellen Mosher --------- Her blond hair--------------------Carol Kunz His seat in Mr, Pfost's office -- Richard Stubblefield ---------His good manners -------------- Bob Bloomer --- --- Kenny Kreuz -- Dick Sutherland ---- Bill Pearse -- Roxanne Gilger His Chuckle' ------------------ Jim Lambert Her collection of "sweetheart" pictures-- Susanne Shaffer Readers Digest ------------- Jerry Heineman el'lLOI' L - 'Mf NAME WILL Duayne Baker -- -- His way with girls - -- Janette Ball ---- ----- H er height- ----- Margie Boehm --- ------ Her diamond---n Paul Brentlinger --- -- A few inches of height-U Wilfred Brockhoff ---- ---- B owling ability "" Joyce Brodbeck -'--- "" H appy nature -"' Charlotte Coutcher ---- ---- W ork in cafeteria ---- James Craig ------ ---- I His trombone -- Sue Curtis ------- --- Her office work --- Fred Damaske --- -- His "quickies"-- Carol Dennis ---- ---Her horse --- Jeanette Drabik -- -- Tiny waistline -- Don Drewyer ---- ----- H is car ---- Paul Elton ---- --- His butch -- Mary Fears --------- ------ H er smile ------ ROI1ald FitZSiI'nIn0nS ---- His Way with women ---- l-. Leroy Frosch ------- ----- H is possessions -- . Robert Fuller ------ -------- H is strength--- E Audrey Glenn--- ---------- Hel' Srnile ---- ---- ' Gary Hallett ----- --- His lack of pencils and paper 5 Beverly Howard --- ------- Her cheer-fulness ----- l Ruth Jacob ------- ------ H er neatness ------- 5 Talitha -TOhnS0H -- --- Her athletic ability---- , Lora Lee Kelly --- --- Her devilish ways ----- 4 Carol Kethel ----- --- Her shorthand ability-- 1 Marlene Klein--- ---- - Her absence excuses - Diana Kline --- ------- Her dimples ----- ---- Ralph Kling- ---- Donald Koepfer --- , Nancy Koepfer ---- Bill Koepfer ---- ------ f Charles Kreuz ----- Q John Kreuz ---- -------- H is shirt tail ---- Jerry Kreuz ------ - His shiny shoes -- 3 Dan Langenderfer - --- Basketball suit --- Georgia Leffel ----- --- Even temper--- E David Leonard ---- ------------- . Pat Mikola ----- Calvin Miller ----- ----------- f Charlotte Mossing ---- ------ ' ---- Her tardy slips ----- E Jim Mroczkowski -- --- Position on Hi,-Life Staff - Edward Meyers --- - - His mischievousness --- , Mary Pahl ----- ------ C ooking ability ------ A Jerry Perkins -- -- That "Come Hither Charm"--- James Pethe ----- ------- H is knowledge ------ Sharon Pinkstone -- ---- Her maidenly blush---- Dick Runnels ----- --- His curly hair --- Shirley Sadowski--- ----- Her blue eyes ----- A William Seeman --- ---His brotherly manners-U -- Q Betty Shoemaker -- ...... Her appetite .... -- Bob Smith ------- ---Responsible nature --- Dorothy Stukey --- ------ Her tuba ----- Dick Tavtigan --" " Class presidency --- yi Eloise Weiss--- ----- Her giggle ---- P 5 2 .Lm.:..m,,mL , --- ------ Sue Welch --- Jerry Smith --- Melvin Shaffer --- Janet Converse --- Keith Berkebile -------Karl Doren --'-Joy Von Seggern - -- William Wagner - -- - -- Janet Valerius --- Walter Ashenfelter Christiana Winterfield --- Raymond Beavers ------ Geneva Brown -- Ben Roschman ----Marilyn Clay , .SZIQ 0l'l'l ored rg? 'J -,..., A'-sr i .Z 'A Y,Cf"gf'l 'V ff ..f'f,7 gl , X-Q.: 7 - 1' W w - fp ? ? V I f" ?f DIN , Q s-1-Kbr fu , r mt n Q- , ..s1y,.,,,gj fx, .., aw.,-Yi.. 352, gg V ,pf . Ki -- :ff ' ,Hail 55' "WERE -frwei ff er If I A r y --fmt ,ffxwm f A K K 4 . ' 1.5. 1 . Lg :VI 4 1 Jordan, Mildred Jordan, Norma Kahle, Marilee Kasten, Fred Keener, Milton Kidder, William Kinney, Carl Koepfer, Gerald Lehman, Victor Longlott, Paul Meyerhofer, Robert Mohr, Arlyn Mohr, Richard Najarian, Peter Nicholas, Elias Osthimer, Fred Pacynski, Beatrice Pawlaczyk, Marie Perkins, Barbara Peters, Martin Proudfoot, David Rausch, Edward Reynolds, Herbert Reynolds, Olin Robertson, Ella Mae Roehrig, Duane Stinson, Ronald Taynor, Jerry Tolford, George Torok, Mary Anne Wahl, Robert Ward, James Watts, Pete Witker, Leah Rae Zeigler, Mary Lou S 0,0 OIT! 0I'e5 33 NAME Elaine Belcher Shirlee Bloom Carol Bloomer Elaine Bowers James Bradford Don Brueshaber Betty Bryan William Bryan Joyce Burgin James Caldwell Betty Camp Deanna Carpenter Julia Corwin Charles Coutcher Phyllis Culler Frances Currier Mary Ann Damaske Delores Drennan Mariarlene Eisel Nancy Elton Sharon Everett Mary Jo Faber Jerry Fleming Rosie Grabarczyk Nancy Haley Doris Hallett Ralph Houser John Jewell Rhoda Johnson Mildred Jordan Nrorma Jordan Marilee Kahle Fred Kasten Milton Keener William Kidder Carl Kinney Paul Longlott Robert Meyerhofer Arlyn Mohr Richard Mohr Peter Najarian Elias Nichols Fred Osthimer Beatrice Pacynski Barbara Perkins Martin Peters David Proudfoot Edward Rausch Herbert Reynolds Olin Reynolds Ella Mae Robertson Duane Roehrig Ronald Stinson Jerry Taynor George Tolford Mary Ann Torok Robert Wahl James Ward Pete Watts Lea Rae Witker Mary Lou Zeigler THE SOPHOMORE COURT OF JUSTICE CHARGE Late for school Wearing dove's tails Playing the tuba Losing her appendix Having a big brain S eedin on his motorc cle Clzbmbing hair Y Keeping quiet Smiling sweetly Eating a ten course dinner Pouting Getting around Sleeping in class Being quiet Keeping eyes open Walking slowly Wearing glasses Being easily embarrassed Roller skating Having blond hair Being quiet Working hard Talking slowly Smiling Square dancing Giggling Having Being called "Satch" Having warm brown eyes Being nice Always right Being wee little Being sweet Being a man about town Having curly hair Having black hair Having a crazy car Chewing gum Being real small Being seen and not heard Being a nice kid Being nicknamed Pete Being mischievous Looking chick Being happy Being shy with the girls Making witty remarks Having a good time Mistaken for his brother Mistaken for his brother Getting good grades Being a good farmer Keeping quiet Strong and silent Skipping study hall Dressing neatly Being girl shy His way with women Dodging the teachers Working at P 8: G Hunting Joyce DEFENSE Had to wait for a train What's it to ya! It develops the esophagus Who needs 'm? Gotta be big in some department Can you think of a quicker way? But, there was a hair out of place The cat's got my tongue How else can I show my dimples? It broadens one How else can I get my way? Don"t want to miss anything Got to get my beauty sleep Silence is golden I'm looking for a man I take it easy To see what's coming off Well, I'm only a sophomore Well! ! I ! ! ! I Gentlemen prefer blonds It's best The doctor prescribed it I'm all tired out I like happy people It's fun It's not my fault I'm exercising my eyeballs Blame the sophomore boys The better to see you, my dear I hate enemies How can I make a mistake? Think of the money saved on clothes Who likes lemons? Gotta please all the girls I got a Toni I shovel coal I'm just a crazy mixed up kid Flexes my muscles Good things come in small packages It's a great life Oh! You're kiddin! Who likes Elias? HUH? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? It's a he I'm in love They scare me Don"t you wish you could? You're only young once Maybe we look alike Maybe we look alike It's in me Eh? What-cha say? Silence is golden Strictly private Gotta eat! I'd rather I want to be free My romantic soul must shine forth, They might catch me I need the money Gotta find her jI"8JAl'l'lQl'l N10 f'l"N w-v7- . f if , M 5 1' Q T J .JS vi Amiga, ,ww u wg f ff pm., l,. , I -U17-f 1 ' file! :" " ' ,Q H E F R ' T inf, ff gf ,, s s an 5 Wy! 'L Y' gf 1, 1 1 'Et ,L X 'SW aa 5 . A ,.: gf? PM if wal p r ar 1, 5 'Z ' wif ul 4 1 . 3:2 F1 w 'f-a ra, x C sf- 'E HF 4.3,m,,s,,w,,,,,.fg,,,,, -- - -W. Arif- ,:-f-- -fa' ,1,,,.,Q,:-. HSN .' i'..'Z I I 1 E Q E F f m, Babcock, Kenneth Barnes, Lois Beavers, Harvey Bick, Janet Bick, Thelma Bloomer, Janice Boman, Don Brick, Joyce Brown, Dan Bryan, Robert Bzovi, Ted Camp, John Charnpine, Irma Currier, Stephen Davis, Frances Deck, 'Sandra Dimmer ling, Janet Dixon, Ronnie Drewyor, Dorothy Duran, Joe Elkins, Betty Fauble, Barbara Fisher, Millicent Flesh, Norma Ford, Barbara Franklin, Carol George, Wayne Gladfelter, June Greene, Robert Griffin, Mary Edith Guernsey, Charles Hackley, Aereille Hagerman, Bonnie Hallman, Myrna Harding, Charles i u: - SQPQJAHQQIQ Harding, Irene Heath, Harold Hennings, John Hill, Eileen Hilty, Milo . Hite, Howard Jackson, Roberta Jewell, Gary Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Jimmie Mae , Judson, Kent Kethel, Rose Mary Ketring, Janet Kline, Bill Krause, Tommy U 4.7-eff .,.-f Kreuz, Leonard 4 Lake, Frederick Lawecki, Lynn Lawlor, Bernice Leffel, Marjorie if J 'II' 255 A A 'S E-wif - ' s .vz'.,fv-4 f5?f,U 'g'j,gg,' , i -- ' W Leiby, Karl Lemmon, Bonnie Leu, Mary McCready, Marvin Meyers, George Mikola, Janet Miller , Theresa Mohr, Ronald Muller , Sharon ' Myer s , Howard Niner, Irene Niner, Kathleen Noe, Janice Noe, Joanne Nowak, Joan 37 jl'0:fAl'l'l8l'I, . g i gre? l 'sf 'ww W ml, rw ff rw kv Fw 'Ba , ' lagffffw 1 5' ,, ,... 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' x - N - --ff ,I '13 K-xxx 1 A 4 ,259 X X lib? , W ilsfmn ,- QLAQ , :vw-V .127 'C' , 5- ,Xia Q- A ff., 6 5 , Q. -qf',, Y Q, -'AL 'lf LT-'Q - L23 A 5 R' ,, - . 'V XF V,,. S :V,x Vxg! 32, V I no - jj 32.1 L 5 -'P' 'f s' ". 2.- :fin s ' 6 A A ,gi ' A S L ROW l: Sagert, Gillen, I-Iite, Poszik, Steadman, Black, Boehm,Heuria1'n , Olrnstead, Allen, ROW 2: Davis, Young, Meyers, Corwin, Camp, Bower. ROW 3: Wagner, Perkins, Roth, Faber, Noe, Boman, Clay, Fuller, Hamilton, Franklin. ROW 4: Bower, Boggs, Pfaff, Hallman, Webb, Bryon, Boltz, Harrison, Daniels, Norwine. ROW 5: Stinson, Bloom, Merrill, Bollinger,Kutsche, Prange, Sadowski, Wiland, Bradford, Bellamy. ROW 6:. Young, Puehler, Duran, Nicely, Krasula, Whaley, McQuade. w' - f 'f f rg f R is p, o 0 rw n Q A 5 7 ' ,iv E ,' a I A ' 5 L A . 'iii-finer? W, A WMM Ibm LUCM' U'E ' 45? 1 is - J lsnl N R-. on -L fl , , l i. .,,- 'M GHAUIL 7 Fifi, Y llsfxz A cm ,i " 1955 1954 W 2 snir 'Q Q, I ,i-'I 2 NN-. I L -.a - 0 f. 'f.. . kk K I ky ' .A .V A ,:,,, VV i 1531 3 4 'gs +fT4f?,al, ,fgeffiazsiiz ' - lloJl1l" ,Q f W' Zf., W N Q ,X-i 1 ROW l: Sloan, Slanika, Bryan, Davis,Slane, Grove, German,Bur1dy Q, Cooper, Spillman, Carson. ROW 2: Perkins, Black, Koder, Hyatt, Sargent, Stapleton, Wagner, Rose, ROW 3: Walters, Murphy, Mohr, Mathes, Thomas , Pilliod, Spotts, Zeller. ROW 4: Hassley, Craig, Crosby, Taft, Howard, Dirnmerling, Geer, Rowe, Cass, Jones, Girdham. ROW 5: Radebaugh, Wiles, Gillen, Bauer, Schondel, Merrill, Gaylord, Sawers, Tressler, Ward, Hallett. ROW 6: Na.jarian,Sharples, Wolf, Weiss, Clark, Zimmerman, Nicely, Jeska, Gibbons. pi, gi 1 f: ,- 'W 3 , November 13--Tuna F1511 at N00 f Q" D March 31--No school toda - EA :sggz gas .1m1, ::,, bQ,.,f:::ggwf::,f. . -1-1-gi 5 l FIRST ROW: Bever.ly Howard, Sue Curtis,Joyce Brodbeck, SECOND ROW: Josephine Span, Car- ol Kethel, Roxanne Gilger, Ruby Mosher. THIRD ROW: Betty Bryan, Wilma Puehler, Carol Kunz, Dorothy Stukey. FIRST ROW: Lynn Lawecki, Barbara Fauble, Ohma Willett, Kathleen Niner, Joan Nowak, Dawn Tavtigian, Marjorie Leffel, Elizabeth Jones. SECOND ROW: Myrna Hallman, Priscilla Witker, Janice Noe, Dorothy Drewyor, Lois Barnes, Sandra Weiss, Rosemary Kethel, Joanne Noe, Mrs,Jeska. THIRD ROW: Mary Leu, Irene Niner, Sharon Valerius, Sharon Muller, Mary Edith Griffin, Bernice Lawlor, Sandra Deck, Bonnie Hagerman, Janet Dimmerling, FOURTH ROW:. Carol Franklin, Barbara Ford, Sue Rinkle, Irene Harding, i Une Gladfelter, Norma Wiles, Jean Mikola, Joyce Brick, Betty Elkins, Marie Sheaks, Bonnie Lemmon y gl w al l N TE FIRST ROW: Marjorie Ruggles, Elsie Snyder, Mary Pahl. SECOND ROW: Marcella Zientek, Mary Ellen Mosher, Kathryn Krasula, Eva Car- penter. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Clay, Susanne Shaffer, Shirley Norris, Christena Winterfeld. FIRST ROW: Norma Jordan, Norma Flesh, Pat Hamilton, Marilee Kahle, Nancy Elton SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Faber, Phyllis Culler, Beatrice Pacynski, Joyce Burgin, Mrs. Titgemeyer. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Ziegler, Julia Corwin, Sharon Everett, Elaine Bowers, Shieley Bloom, Barbara Bradford. enior - FIRST ROW: Dick Runnels, Ralph Kling, Dick Tavtigian, Dan Langenderfer, Jim Mroczkowski, Ellsworth Vance. SECOND ROW: Mr. Martin, Don Scherzer Kenneth Kreuz, Bill Koepfer, Gary Hallett, Leroy Frosch, Jerry Kreuz, .Terry Sharples. THLRD ROW: Floyd Smith, John Kreuz, Chuck Kreuz, Don Koepfer, Jack Robinson, Jerry Perkins, David Zenk, Tom Urban, Duayne Baker. unior i- FIRST ROW: Ron Stinson, Milton Keener, Jim Ward, Pete Najarian, Dave Proudfoot. SECOND ROW: Bill Kidder, Ed Rausch, John Camp, Ralph Houser, Milo Hilty, Mr. Radebaugh. THIRD ROW: Chuck Guernsey, Jim Dennis, Bob Bryan, Paul Longlott, George Tolford, Ronnie Dixon. !QAofograloAy Q 4 , . FIRST ROW: Bill Seeman, Fred Damaske, Richard Stubblefield, Victor Lehman. SECOND ROW: Jim Craig, David Leonard, Keith Berkebile, David Sper ling,Walter Ashenfelter, THIRD ROW: Bob Fuller, Jerry Thomas, Dale Poorman, Dick Sutherland, Bob Bloomer, Mr. Daniels, oui e laera ford FIRST ROW: Karl Doren, Bill Koepfer, John Kreuz, Torn Urban, SECOND ROW: Mr. Daniels, Bill Seeman, Leroy Frosch, Ellsworth Vance, Dick Tavtigian. THIRD ROW: Wilford Brockhoff, Duayne Baker, Paul Brentlinger, Dick Sutherland, David Leonard, Ralph Kling. agzwfenf Gounci FIRST ROW: Rochelle Badgett, Don Scherzer, Marjorie Ruggles, Joyce Brodbeck SECOND ROW: Mr. Bonam, Diana Kline, Kent Judson, Jerry Sharples, Jean Mikola, Dick Tavtigian, Mr. Pfost, THIRD ROW: Dick Runnels, Dan Langenderfer, Milton Keener, Tom Urban, Jim Craig, Pete Najarian, David Sperling. i-og e FIRST ROW: Mrs. Carpenter, Dick Runnels, Sharon Pinkstone, Jim Mroczkowski, Mr. Pfost. SECOND ROW: Carol Bloomer, Julia Corwin, Jim Ward, Janet Glad- felter, Marjorie Ruggles, Delores Drennan. THIRD ROW: Shirley Sadowski, Sue Shaffer, Marilyn Clay, David Proudfoot, Fred Damaske, Sue Curtis, Nancy Koepfer Richard Tavtigian wr, Mr S Moor man ir A , .xdfkdfic .x4:Mociafion FIRST ROW: Delores Drennan, Charlotte Coutcher, Rosemary Grabarczyk, Ruth Jacob, Sharon Pinkstone, Mariarlene Eisel, Leatrice Wielinski. SECOND ROW: Janet Converse, Deanna Carpenter, Betty Camp, Barbara Perkins, Elaine Belcher, Doris Hallett, Eloise Weiss, Shirley Sadowski, Georgia Leffel. THIRD ROW: Marie Pawlaczyk, Marilyn Elton Ruth Franklin, Shirley Frederick, Pat Mikola, Lora Lee Kelley, Nancy Koepfer, Carol Dennis, Jeanette Drabik, Nancy Haley, Audry Glenn. FOURTH ROW: Miss Brandon, Jayne Johnson, Shirley Toth, Helen Buckenmeyer, Lois Jacquot, Susanne Welch, Jeanette Ball, Charlotte Mossing, Diana Kline, Marlene Klein, Joy Von Seggern, M44 CLA I gf, A0 I I YS , P 9 513 . N 0 A T 'fi . . ' .vw Guy Sutherland, Nelson Hagerman, Carol Ward, Mr. Girten, Ohma Willett lnot picturedj Y -TEENS The Y-Teens are a branch of the Y. M. C. A. and have three groups at SHS, the Freshman, Sophomore, and the Senior Y-Teens. Their goal is to grow as a person--to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nation- alities--to grow in the knowledge and love of God. Each year they send a girl. to Y-Teen camp. The SPOHSOTS are Mrs. Carpenter for the Senior, Mrs. Titge- meyer for the Sophomore, and Mrs, Jeska for the Freshman groups. The Senior group sponsored the Shamrock Shenanigans Dance and put on pro- grams during the Easter week. The officers of this group were: President, Joyce Brodbeckg Vice-President, Marilyn Clayg Secretary, Beverly Howard, Treasurer, Shirley Norris. The Sophomore Y-Teens sold candy at the school fair and had as their officers the following: President, Marilee Kahleg Vice-President, Shirley Bloom, Sec- retary, Nancy Elton, Treasurer, Julia Corwin, Program Chairman, Elaine Bowers. Freshman Y-Teen members had a Christmas party and a spring birthday party. They also put on a dance. Their officers were: President, Norma Wilesg Vice-President, Jean Mikolag Secretary, Janice Noeg Treasurer, Priscilla Witkerg Program Chairman, Joyce Brick, MOVIE OPERATORS This group is riot actually a club, but rather a service organization, It is com- posed of junior and senior boys, with Mr. Daniels as their leader. They must be willing to give their time to the teachers when needed. Whenever a movie is to be shown, a couple of these boys who have a free period are assigned to show it. They have proved to be very efficient as there has been very little film damage caused by this group. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is a representative group which was organized to iron out any difficulties that might arise between students and teachers. As Swanton students are very well-mannered, the Student Council has very little to do. Members are elected from the various classes and clubs, The group has a pop- corn machine which is used at the various school events. The proceeds have been used to pay off the money owed on the machine. The sponsors are Mr. Pfost, and Mr. Bonam. The officers were: President, Dan Langenderferg Vice-President, Joyce Brodbeckg Secretary, Diana Kline, Treasurer, Dick Tavtigian, 49 GAA The Girls' Athletic Association is under the leadership of Miss Brandon. This organization was founded for the purpose of furthering interest in athletics for girls. They donated the new trophy case to the school and bought a record player out of the proceeds of the stand they operate at the football and basketball games. These young ladies also run an intramural program in basketball, volley all, and badminton. Their officers were: President, Pat Mikola, Vice-President, Marilyn Elton, Secretary, Georgia Leffel, Treasurer, Marie Pawlaczyk. PHO TOGRAP HY CLUB The Photography Club, under the direction of Mr. Daniels, is composed of Junior and Senior students interested in photography. There is a limit of 30 members because of lirnited facilities, but this quota was far from being reached as only three members returned from last year's club. This club elects its pres- ident and trustees in the preceding spring. Members are taught to take, develop, and print pictures. The club has a press camera and a darkroom with all the nec- essary equipment. This year it took and processed all the grade school group pictures. Every year a picnic is held in the Oak Openings Park just before the end of the school. The officers were: President, Jim Craig, Vice-President, Dave Sperling, Secretary, Bob Fuller, Treasurer, Dave Leonard, Trustees, Bill Seeman and Fred Damaske. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club is under the supervision of Mrs. Moorman and is a group of students who wish to help out in the library and learn more about how the lib- rary operates. The members work three periods a week, shelving books, filing, and checking books. The club has an annual Christmas dinner, which is a formal social affair. This year they took an educational trip to the Toledo Museum of Art where they viewed the Van Gogh collection and then went to visit the University of Toledo Library. Various picnics are held throughout the year. The officers were: President, Lora Lee Kelley, Vice-President, Norma Jordan, Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Franklin, Correspondent, Jimmy Caldwell. Camera Club CAMERA CLUB I This organization, limited to Freshmen and Sophomores inter- ested in learning to take and dev- Titgemeyer. Its members usu- ally graduate into the Photography Club when they become Juniors. This year they had a photography contest among thems elves. The officers were: President, Jinm Bradford, Vice-President, Robert Wahl, Secretary, John Jewell, Treasurer, James Caldwell, Trus tees, Bill Kline, Jerry Taynor, and Fred Kasten elop pictures, is sponsored by Mr. Hi-Y This branch of the YMCA is divided into two parts in Swanton High School, the Junior and Senior Hi-Y's. The sponsors are Mr. Radebaugh for the Junior and Mr. Martin for the Senior group. The common aim is "to create and maintain a high standard of Christian living in the home, school, and community." The Senior Hi-Y was very active this year, having sold pop at the school fair and having built by themselves and donated to the school a trophy for the most valuable player in baseball. The player is elected by the team. The officers were: President, Dick Tavtigiang Vice-President, Danny Langenderferg Secre- tary, Ralph Klingg Treasurer, Dick Runnels: Chaplain, Ellsworth Vanceg Ser- geant-at-Arms. Jim Mroczkowski. The Junior Hi-Y Sold da-diddle-floppers at the football games, and started a new idea by having committees to plan their meetings in advance. Their officers were: President Jim Wardg Vice-President, Pete Najariang Secretary, Mil- ton Keener, Treasurer, Ron Stinson, Chaplain, Dave Proudfoot. ART CLUB The Art Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Girten, is unique in that it is the only club in school with no officers. This organizatiOr1 takes up the various forms of art including the study of perspective, soap carving, portraits, pencil sketches, and figures in action. HI-LIFE in The Hi-Life is the school newspaper and its sponsors are Mrs. Carpenter and Mr. Pfost. The Hi-Life assignments are given out by the editor on Monday and most of the assignments are then due on the following Wednesday, except for events that may happen after the deadline. There are 15 staff members plus a business manager and a typist. Towards the end of the freshman year any stu- dent with an A or B average in English may try out, The editor and associate editor are chosen from junior members of the staff for the coming year. The purpose of the Hi-Life is to mold school spirit and to give news of the school. The Hi-Life is one of the school's oldest organizations, being in its 25th year. Each year the staff has a Christmas party at which they make Christmas deco- rations for the school. Mr, Pinkstone, publisher of the Enterprise, which prints the Hi-Life, gives an annual Hi-Life banquet at which sophomore members are awarded letters and junior members are given pins. This year's editor is Sharon Pinkstone and the associate editor is Dick Runnels. Shirley Sadowski is the typist. The business manager is Jim Mroczkowski, 51 April l4--Sophomore Home EC, Style Show ll I WIS HI? "1 They made it, stitch by stitch. ll' 235 M e , ' Q bis . at xx .. f' vi? Columbus, Ohio, March 26--Industrial Arts Display November 1 4- -School F an' AN x gn? Z 5 5. K' Q 5 5 9 ' b A 753 fe -:fair gr? A fu L if ii' Q K is-5 rail ' . fs' , ,wwf 'Q A f' i M 4 FIRST ROW: Elsie Prang, Ella Mae Robertson, Leah Rae Witker, Elaine Belcher, Julia Corwin. SECOND ROW: Anita Sharples, Lois Barnes, Dorothy Fuller, Nor- ma Wiles, Shirley Norris, Marjorie Ruggles, Janette Ball. THIRD ROW: Mr. Gir- ten, Sue Rinkle, Myrna Hallman, Carol Franklin, Kathryn Krasula, Melvin Schaffer, Joanne Noe, Charles Purdy, Jim Noe, Carol Ward. FOURTH ROW: David Sper- ling, David Leonard, Marilee Kahle, Lynn I-Ieuerman, Bob Fuller, Dorothy Stukey. Zgdflbl Swanton has three bands for the var ious degrees of ability. Ther e is a Beginner's Band of 20 member s and a Junior Band of fifty-four members. The Junior Band played four c on c er t s this year. The Senior Band has fifty-eight members and is a very active group, The Band conducts a summer program and plays at many events. Las t s ummer the band played at the Memorial Day Parade and program and about a month later s tar ted their summer session in earnest, Following are the places-at which the summer band participated. July 4, 4th of July program at Swanton, July 25, marching performances and concert at Metamora, August l, Delta Home - coming, August lO, played for Ohio Bakers' Convention in Swanton Park, August ll,played and par ad ed at Swayne Field for "Swanton Night" at a Toledo Sox baseball gameg August 20, Wauseon Homecoming, September ELMER GIRT EN, DIRECTOR 5, Pemberville Homecomingg September lO, Fulton County Fairg September ll, Football Premier at Delta, Kr S93 Xe FIRST ROW Mary Ann Damaske, Betty Camp, Susanne Shaffer, Joyce Brick. SECOND ROW: Janice Noe, Lynn Lawecki, Sue Thomas, Elaine Bowers P1'iSCill3. Witker, Sue Curtis. THIRD ROW: Bill Seeman, Wayne George, Dale Poorman, Carol Kunz, Mary Ellen Mosher, Barbara Bradford, Jim Bradford, Tamara Bloom, Janet Gladfelter, FOURTH ROW: Carol Bloomer, Janet Craig, Larry Sunday, Bill Daniels, John Jewell, Jerry Thomas, Ralph Kling, Jim Craig, Fred Damaske. Zim Also, a select group were in the All-County Band at the Fair. The band played in every football game, both at home and away. The Swanton Band is noted for its tricky maneuvers and its skill at executing them. After the football season, the Band Mothers sponsored a Band Banquet at which the seniors were presented with band pins, After the football season is over the band goes inside and starts working on concert numbers, They put on an assembly program for the student body and played in the annual Spring Concert, Quite a few members of the band participated in the District Music Auditions at Bowling Green, Oyrf, gee ,l 4 '4 'I"'1rll!Z .J 4.2 '- 'M , FIRST ROW: Helen Buckenmeyer, Frederick Lake, Bill Kline, Dwight Wallington, Calvin Miller, Don Scherzer, Joyce Brick. SECOND ROW: Mr. Girten, John Camp, Kent Judson, Jerry Sharples, David Sperling, Fred Damaske, Dick Runnels, Dan Langenderfer, Bill Seeman, Joe Duran. THIRD ROW: Jim Craig, Robert Fuller, Jerry Perkins, Jack Robinson, David Leonard, Duayne Baker, Wilfred Brockoff, Tom Camp. y 'ff limw get cm S FIRST ROW: Carol Ward, Deanna Carpenter, Mar-ilee Kahle, Bonnie Lemmon, Pat Mikola, Diana Kline, Sue Curtis, Ruth Jacob, Carol Bloomer. SECOND ROW: Bar- bara Bradford, Norma Flesh, Karhryn Krasula, Ohma Willett, Dawn Tavtigian, Marie Pawlaczyki, Barbara Fauble, Georgia Leffel, Shirley Sadowski, Mary Ellen Mosher, Eloise Weiss, Sharon Pinkstone, Joyce Brodbeck. THIRD ROW: Mariarlene Eisel, Charlotte Coutcher, Joanne Noe, Janice Noe, Myrna Hallnan, Janet Dimmerling, Jean Mikola, Bonnie Hagerman, Rosemary Kethel, Doris Hallett, Barbara Perkins, Betty Camp, Margie Ruggles, Delores Drennan, Lynn Lewecki. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Burgin, Elaine Belcher, Shirley Norris, Helen Buckenmeyer, Joyce Brick, Betty Elkins, Norma Wiles, Carol Kunz ,. Dorothy Stukey, Janette Ball, Suzanne Welch, Marilyn Clay, Lois Jacquot, Sue Rinkle, Marilyn Elton, Elaine Bowers, Julia Cor- win, Beverly Howard, Shirley Fredrick, Bernice Lawlor. I GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS . 1 Presidelli --..-..--.---. ......u............ C EORGI A LEI' FEL Vice President .... .... I OYCE BRODBECK Secretary .... - ................ BEVERLY HOWARD BAND OFFICERS President ...... ............................ I AMES CRAIG Vice President Board ....... ---- - ---- -v-- SUE CURTIS ----- SUSANNE SHAFFER ACCOMPANISTS GERALDINE VAN DYKE - MARJORIE RUGGLES BETTY CAMP - HELEN BUCKENMEYER JOYCE BRICK - JANE GROVE 58 .1 'X' 25 E 5 Spring Music Festival HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB JUNIOR BAND SENIOR BAND E. L. GIRTEN, Director Friday, May 14, 1954 fALfic:5 ffix A ,NX , x Si LX 'Tk ll-Q9 .5 K-2 A gf: 'l I ,kf 'K+ fi Although the record was not very good, one win and eight losses, the Purple and White were considered to be the best sports in the league. In fact, they were commended by every official in each game for excellent sportsmanship. This is indeed a noteworthy fact for "it's not whether you won or lost, but how you played the game. " Jim Mroczkowski and Tom Urban made the first-string A.11-Maumee Valley Leagueg Gary Hal- lett and Bill Koepfer were placed on the second team. Honorable mention was received by Bob Saxer, Harold Pitts, Jerry Perkins, Don Sturt, and Dick Runnels. Next year Swanton will greatly miss seven senior members of the squad: Mroczkowksi who was great at either end or tackleg Bob Smith, a tackle who forgot his shyness when he set foot on the playing fieldg Perkins who was a tackle this year after being an end ever since he started playingg Fuller, who came out late in the season but made up for it with a great defensive brand of ballg Koepfer, our rough rock-'em sock-'em type of centerg Hallett, our great quarterback and hon- orary captain of the squadg and Runnels, a fast and shifty halfback, who, although plagued with injuries, managed to get out there and play a very good game. joofdaff QCII!! Head Football Coach, Tom Paskalides 60 , FOOTBALL SCORES They We Sept. 18 Napoleon 37 13 Sept. 25 Holland 40 12 Oct. Z Maumee Z7 7 Oct. 9 Ottawa Hills 14 12 Oct. 16 Anthony Wayne 26 7 Oct. 23 Wauseon 33 6 Oct. 30 Bedford 21 0 Nov. 6 Archbold 0 13 Nov. 13 Delta 20 O Coach Palkalides crowns Joyce Brodbeck, the Football Queen gootlaf TOP ROW: Coach Paskalides, Ralph Houser, Jerry Fleming, Paul Longlott, Keith Berkebile David Proudfoot, George Tolford. SECOND ROW: Coach Radabaugh, Harold Pitts, Dick Runnels, Gary Hallett, Bill Pierce, Tom Urban, David Zenk, Don Coutcher. BOTTOM ROW: Jim Mroczkowski, .Terry Perkins, Don Sturt, Bill Koepfer, Bob Smith, Bob Bloomer, Ronald Stinson ' 'f"?'fg CAQQPEGCIQIU Tom Urban receiving most valuable player award The outlook for next year is quite rosy with some outstanding players re- turning including ends Bob Saxer, Harold Pitts, and Ronnie Stinson, tackles Bob Bloomer, Keith Berkebile, and Paul Longlottg guards Don Sturt and George Tolfordg center Dave Proudfoot: and backs Bill Pearse, our long-distance punter, and Tom Urban, the most val- uable player of 19533 Ted Bzovi,,the most valuable substitute, Ralph Houser David Zenk and Pete Najarian, who was out with a broken leg. : :nts -- F-ifi f' ,- , I IJQEJQE 1 vjefwyh, L 4 wqfez- A . 31 Ng-4 ! X 5 , ,,... f.1,,:: mf---A . . 5 ' 5 EN Q lf? .1 fy Ui' 1 .,: w ..., gg, ' unior goofgaf First Row-left to right-Wayne George, Bill Daniels, Howard Meyers, Chuck Guernsey Ronald Dixon, Dwaine Brian, Richard McQuade, John Camp. Second Row-Larry Brueshaber Henry Kutsche, Robert Marrow, Sesario Duran, Milo Hilty, Joe Duran, Steve Geer, Garry Jewel Third Row-Galen Bradford manager, Chuck Gillan, Don Webb, Bob Cooper, Lloyd Cass Dick Hallet, Scott Carson, Jim Noe. Fourth Row-Mike Pilliod, Ronald Zeller, Bob Green, Howard Wagoner, Gerald Stinson, Bob Pfaff, Coach Harold Martin. GAMES Holland Perrysburg Ottawa Hills Delta 'K 3 I ' sl:-4 ff ' if ff Napoleon Archbold THEY WE l3 0 l9 0 l3 0 9 6 Zl 20 0 25 Managers: .., Bradford and Gurnsey Ottawa Hills D elta Toledo Libbey Toledo De-Vilbiss Ar chbold' Rossford Holland Ottawa Hills Toledo Waite Maumee Wauseon Defiance Bryan Toledo Scott Delta Archbold Perrysburg Holland Lyons The first annual Booster Club Banquet was held at the close of the season to honor the varsity and reserve squads, Awards were presented by Jim Richard, Blade SPO1'tS vwriterg Junior Bloom Booster Club presidentg and Harold Mar tin, coach, to the following players Daniel Langenderfer, Most Valuable Play er, and All MVL First Team: Jerry Per kins, Rebound and Foul Shooting Champion and All MVL Second Team: and Richard Runnels, Most Valuable Substitute Shirley Fredricks, Marilyn Elton, Georgia Leffel, and Barbara Perkins ga5LefLaf lam K 0 F! It 'Nb . "" 'in Wh 2555 gf 'SQ'-1-.:.f"f'f 852525: ii gf ,, Sr Q4 X Q-if 55:5-3'.aT"-9 ARI? 'H li A -as J Qi 31 A iaifwsx I 4 o 'W sf' Z -.vf .. ,R .ff M,,.v RO S.. X Hrf K AAN NT ROW: Kent Judson, John Camp Ron Dixon Raymond Steusloff, Wayne George, Gary Jewell, Howard Heath. IVIIDDLE ROW: James C01-win , James Noe, ,J R D. k ic MacQuade, Gerald Stinson, Robert Merrill, Sesario Duran, Dick Hallett, T George Meyers Manager BACK ROW Coach T P k l N - . : om as aides, Michael Pilliod, H 'zl' Steven Geer, Larry Howard, James Stapleton, Scott Carson, Gary Posick, Howard - Hite -Manager, Delta Archbold Holland Ottawa Hills Delta Monclova Maumee Valley Assumption Holland Ottawa Hills fl PM! J fc 4 ,A . THEY 24 30 32 28 39 Z1 Z4 40 34 l9 35 23 54 37 Z5 24 45 34 21 47 I vi g,u1L0l' 9 aa.. RESERVE BASKE TBALL They 50 4l 32 60 48 30 34 44 34 5l 42 64 35 25 43 34 33 40 SCORES Bryan Scott Delta Archbold Perrysburg Holland Lyons Ottawa Hills Delta Libbey DeVilbis Archbold Ros sford Holland Ottawa Hills Waite Maumee Waus eon 8 32 32 Z8 38 46 52 41 26 50 49 44 33 39 42 40 48 39 17 BASKETBALL Swanton's basketball team, which ended its season with a record of eight wins and eleven losses was plagued by bad luck all season. The Bulldogs tied with Delta for second place in the league, The Purple and White lost three games by one point, lost to Perrysburg during an over- time, and lost a two point decision to Waite. Another factor which hurt Swanton was the loss of center .Tim lviroczkowski, who was out of action because of an appendectomy. The SHS cagers had three very good games during the season. The first Ottawa Hills game was a thriller. In this game the Bulldogs had their highest point total and played a very good team game. After losing to Archbold by a. very wide margin in the first game, and having all players except Langenderfer and Kling, of the first five, on the bench for the second game, the subs stepped in and held the mighty Archbold champs to a ten all tie the first half, and lost by only one point at the end of the game. The other great game played by Swanton came in the last regular season game with Wauseon, in which the Bulldogs were definitely the underdogs, but came through with a 50 to 49 win, THEY Anthony Wayne 6 Archbold 7 Holland 2 Ottawa Hills 5 Fulton 2 Waus eon 5 Waus eon 6 Holland Delta Archbold Delta I-Ii-Y Club Most Valuable Adrian Player Award was pre- Ottawa Hills sented to Danny Langen- Vanwert derfer Wauseon " ff'f::11a:w:.wEu,: .L ...,,,. J, YQ YQQQQQQ 261 fl! P25 Q Mui' O X -8 f LUKX HUSHXH .rm .Bevel-l H . , ..- Y 0Ward as Ma B 15 SLS Bildad i"1VVTapp gan and R b ranni- S h a r o n Pinkstone . nnei 1 a Scudder 0 ert Fuller as Cyrus as M1-S. Augusta Ig,2ilEYRg1hOemaker as Cata P Campbell enior Wag This year's senior class play was of an entirely different nature than any of the others given recently. It was a hillbilly play complete with hillbilly music between acts. The plot of the play centered around Kay Brannigan, who had been to a rit- zy college in the East and upon returning, was going to marry an Eastern boy, who claimed royalty in his blood, Kingston Campbell. Jeff Scudder, who was her beau before she got "manners", still wants to marry her. Kingston arrives at the Bran- nigan residence with his mother and they are almost scared away by the Tapps, a. real hillbilly family, who tur n out to be close relatives of the Campbells, In the end, Jeff win s Kay , naturally. Between acts was a quartet, consisting of Jim Mroczkowski, Dave Leonard, Jim Craig, and Fred Damaske, which sang and played , Their instruments consisted of a fife, some jugs, and a group of bottles, .mam Jim Craig if uv-A " - and as K' Bill Seaman alilein as Bettv Bran niga Nancy Koepflngston Carnpb 1 and Marlene Jerry Perkins as U 1' as Kaye Br e l an- nigan Jeffrey Scudder unior add may In the Junior Class Play, "Here Come the Brides", presented January Z7 and 28, Jimmy Took lDick Sutherlandj, a normal, although slightly lazy, young man needs a wife in a hurry to prove to his generous Uncle Dan QFloyd Smithj that his monthly checks for the'support of Jim.rny's non - exi s tent bride are justified. Jimmy lives with Bill Thompson's QDave Sperlingj Aunt Ellen QLois Jacquotj and tries to enlist their aid to help him in his hour of need. Uncle Dan is coming with his ward, Peggy QMa.rilyn Clayj to deliver the check in person. Through a slight misunderstanding, three brides appear--Bill, Madge,Jimmy's real girl friend lMarilyn Eltonj, and Mr. Oswald, a near-sighted bill collector Hack Robinsonl, Aunt Ellen has a crush on Uncle Dan, but so does Mrs. Smithe fRuth Franklinj, who arrived with her sister Bubbles QKathryn Krasulal. Also involved are a crazy woman who thinks she is Lady MacBeth and has escaped from the local institution for the mentally unbalanced fMarjorie Rugglesj and her keeper, McDaniel lCarol Kunzj. In the end, Jimmy gets his check, plus Madgeg Aunt Ellen gets Uncle Dang Bill gets Peggyg and everyone lives happily ever after. uri Cakferia riuera aniford Mrs. Halderman, Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Hancock, Mrs, Derby 5' 4 .uf .H " , Y James Judson Joe Brown John Curtis Earnest Piper as K Kr" :Snr 34: if ' NW my f :H My Harm DeBoer Frank Berkibile Harold Dahill Ed Meier Charles Zeifzler DeBoer, Johns, Cole Frank Carpenter 34th Str e et ' We're having a fabulous time. he m r Relaxing it ,mx mf la, , , M! ffwlik S , 'K -f is ' NEW YORK CITY eI'Lf0I' NP May 5--8, 1954 ,pw l l i i i it h1 i V ' hhi iiis 1 . i ' ' ' , . r ..' J K V Lrkfy k ,,:: 1 k . KELK- 7 I ig' :JQL I i 1 5 r r is h l ' .:. : 3 rsuu sssr 1 United Nations Building Refreshing shower Live it up Statue of Liberty "Sleep Baby Sleep" 'bf i- Music , Music , Music Watch dog Cathedral of St. Johnthe Divine WWDTKQ-A mf vw'-Q , wk 'wr I fe J, miie' ' - , , K ,Q '- ,P +4 .4 ' , , ' -1- fm. , ...rw-V wa -Q. 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Morgan Frederick Damaske, David Leonard, James Craig, James Mroczkowski Presentation of Awards ...................... H. L. Pfost Principal of High School Presentation of Class of '54 ................ B. G. Runnels Superintendent of Schools Presentation of Diplomas .......... Dr. Robert V. Bowman Vice-President of Board of Education Rcccssional --- . ....... uCor0nation March"-Ira B. Wilson 78 Eva Carpenter, Aleta Croy ,Q 'KW if i , HRW ia 1.63 fy B4 2,5 4 J a 4 K -ng C L A S S H O N O R S Valedictorian ,,,,,,..,,.,........... Frederick Damaske Salutatorian --- .................. ....---- R lllpfl Kllflg C L A S S M O T T O HWhcn the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Keep Coingi' CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Blue 81 Silver White Rose Duayne Baker Janette Ball Margie Boehm Paul Brentlinger Wilford Brockhoil' Joyce Brodbeck Charlotte Coutcher James Craig Sue Curtis Frederick Damaske Carol Dennis Jeanette Drabik Donald Drewyor Paul Elton Mary Fears Ronald Fitzsimmons Leroy Frosch Robert Fuller Audrey Glenn CLASS ROLL Gary Hallett Beverly Howard Ruth Jacob Talitha Johnson Lora Lee Kelley Carol Kethel Marlene Klein Diana Kline Ralph Kling Donald Koepfer Nancy Koepfer William Koepfer Charles Kreuz Jerry Kreuz John Kreuz Patricia Mikola Calvin Miller Charlotte Mossing James Mroczkowski Edward Myers Mary Pahl Jerry Perkins James Pethe Sharon Pinkstone Richard Runnels Shirley Sadowski William Seeman Betty Shoemaker Robert Smith Dorothy Stukey Daniel LangenderferRichard Tavtigian Georgia Leffel David Leonard Ellsworth Vance Eloise Weiss FACULTY ADVISORS II. L. Pfost, Eva Carpenter, James Baker CLASS OFFICERS Richard Tavtigian ........................,,.. President Nancy Koepfer ..... -- .... ........ V ice President Patricia Mikola -- ,... ......,.......... S ecretary Robert Smith -- ........,. ...,..,....,,.., T reasurer BOARD OF EDUCATION Lloyd Geer, President Robert Bowman, V. President Mrs. Kenneth Sutherland Arthur Ruggles B. C. Runnels, Superintendent James Baker John Bonam Faye Brandon Eva Carpenter William Daniels Darwin Eaton Durbin Noe, Clerk HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY H. L. Pfost, Principal Elmer Cirten Kathryn Jeska Harold Martin Thomas Paskalides Byron Radebaugh Dora Titgemeyer Theodore Titgemeye-r up' wr Compliments GF P Qfrijiigi Qce Cream Short Orders I ini: A 4511-shiny r amiga B- sgyq. ul' L ' - . By: -", ,. ' , A " Ik ' fC5NG"?',5i2'ng,,5-J . . 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