Troy Luckey High School - Trojan Yearbook (Luckey, OH)
- Class of 1942
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We, the Senior Class of l942, present
thisg the second annual of Troy-
Luckey Village High School. We hope
you will cherish it, and that it will
adequately record the many happy
events of our high school days.
The 1942 annual of Troy-Luckey Vil-
lage School is respectfully dedicated
to Mr. Rider, our class sponsor and
school superintendent. His untiring
efforts, his loyalty to the school
and community, his generosity, and
good will truly deserve Commendation.
The Seniors take this means of ex-
pressing their gratitude.
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For twelve long years we Seniors
Have entered this doorway of Troy,
The memories it brings to us
Will remain with each girl and boy.
Board of Education
G. V. Huss, Presidentg C. H. Rolf, Vice President
H. G. Helm, Clerk
John Hoelterg John Kurfessg I. T. Jacobs
Eugene H. Rider, Supt.
Standing: Lawrence E. Swantusch, Mary Crocker, Mabel
Brown, Margery Tavernier.
Seated: Jennie Hobart, Dora Mackling, Veron S. Amos,
Helen Rolfes, Rebecca Wiriok.
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E. H. Rider:
B. S., M. A. Bowling Green State, Ohio State,
Toledo University, Ohio Northern. Superintendent.
Senior class sponsor. Teaches industrial arts.
V. S. Amos:
A. B. Oberlin, Toledo University, Bowling Green
State, Colorado University. Teaches English,
mathematics and social science. Coaches football
A. B. Toledo University. Freshman class sponsor.
Teaches English, Latin and mathematics.
B. S. Bowling Green State. Teaches commercial
subjects and social science.
L. E. Swantusch:
B. Ed. Toledo University. Coaches basketball,
baseball and track. Sophomore class sponsor.
Teaches science and physical education.
A. B. Wittenberg. Director of dramatics. Junior
class sponsor. Teaches home economics and English.
Diploma. Bowling Green State. Teaches fifth and
Diploma. Bowling Green State. Teaches third and
Diploma. Bowling Green State. Teaches first and
second grades. Resigned March l6, 1942.
Diploma. Bowling Green State. Substituting in
first and second grades.
B. S. Kentucky University, Missouri University.
"Seeing the root of the mat-
ter is found in me."
"Don't fudge according to the
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hixed
Chorus 3, 4: School Paper StaE
2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Football 2, 3:
Librarian 4: Commercial Club 4:
Class President 4: Football Han-
ager 1: Class Play 3, 4.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4:' Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 2,
3, 4: Orchestra 1, 3, 4: Class Vice-
President 2, 4: Class President 3:
Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Class Play 3,
4, 4: Track 2, 4: School Paper
Stai' 3: Librarian 4. A
"Her voice was ever low,
. gentle and soft."
Home Economics Club 3, 4:
School Paper Stai 3, 4: Class
Secretary 4: Boosters Club 3:
Class Play 4.
"I know a trick worth two of
Mixed Chorus 3, -4: Boys' Glee
'Club 1: Basketball 3: Baseball 3:
Class Play 4.
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"Merry as the day is long."
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4:
Booster Club 3, 4: Class Treasurer
4: Basketball 2: Mixed Chorus 3:
Girls' Glee Club 2: Commercial
Club 4: Class Play 4.
"A dimpled face is a joy for-
' Commercial Course
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1,
2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track
1, 2, 3: School Paper Stall' 4: Com-
mercial Club 4: Class Play 3, 4:
Boys' Glee Club 1.
GERALDINE WELLING '
Work eight hours, sleep
eight hours-that leaves eight
hours for love."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
4: Boosters Club 3, 4: Class Play
3, 4: School Paper Stall' 1, 3, 4:
Girls' Glee Club 2: Mixed Chorus
4: Commercial Club 4.
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In the fall of '39, thirty-one freshmen took their
places in the large study hall to begin four years of
work and fun together in high school. Most of us had
an aim to strive for. Before the year was over, we
lost Esther Jacobs. This started a decline in our at-
tendance which somehow never stopped. We had a great
time during our initiation, and, on the whole, our
freshman year was a good beginning.
At the opening of the sophomore year Jack Jennings
entered our class to make thirty-one of us together
again, eager to plan the freshman initiation and show
our authority. At last we were boss over someone!
What an achievement! To put a damper on our spirits we-
lost two more members, Mary Young and Joan Soles.
When we finally revived from our sophomore whirl, we
awoke to find ourselves juniors. Imagine that! We
soon began to realize that we were in the midst of a
large task. With a great deal of team work, we success-
fully put over our junior play, HBo1ts and Nuts.W
In an early American Indian atmosphere we enter-
tained the seniors at the annual banquet. The men's
quartet from Bowling Green University furnished music.
After the banquet we went to Toledo to see a stage show
But again that dark cloud hung over us. This time
more than ever, for we knew five of our classmates were
leaving us. Anna Tracy and Lester Jacobs quit school,
Jack Jennings moved to Edgerton, Joe Young joined the
C-C-C, and Jean Aspacher moved to Gibsonburg.
Then came the fall of '41, We were seniors at last!
Marietta Fausnaugh entered our class to make twenty-
five members, but before the first semester was over we
had lost Lois McCrary and Fern Soles. We gave two
plays, nThe Great Ben Allahu and WThe Antics of Andremw
Ordering our rings, gowns, invitations and the like
played a big part in our senior year. Leading up to
the climax of our high school life was the Junior-
Senior Banquet, which we all enjoyed. Then came that
for which we had been striving, our Baccalaureate and
"Better three hours too soon
than a minute late."
Home Economics Club 49 Booster
Club 4: Class Play 4. '
"Look not thou down, but up."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3,
4: Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2,
43 Class Play 3, 4, 4: School Paper
Stah' lg Librarian 4g- Class Vice-
President lg Orchestra 45 Football
Manager 3: Track 4.
"We easily believe that which
we wish." -
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
43 Booster Club 3, 45 Basketball
1, 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls'
Glee Club 1, 23 Commercial Club
4: Class Play 43 Librarian 4:
School Paper tall' 4.
"Ask me no questions and I'll
tell you no libs."
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2,
3, 43 Football 43 Band 1, 2: Boys'
Glee Club l, 25 Mixed Chorus 3,
4: Class Play 3, 4.
"I'll .speak in a monstrous
General Course .
Baseball 1, 2, 3, '43 Boys' Glee
Club 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Class Play 4, 4.
"To a young heart awry-
thing is fun."
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4: Girls' Glee
Club 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Class
"There's light enough for wot
I've got to do."
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3:
Orchestra 2, 45 Baseball 1, 2:
Basketball Manager 3, 4: Mixed
Chorus 133 Boys' Glee Club 2:
Class Play 4.
"I am sure oare's an enemy
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club
2g Basketball l, 25 Booster Club
3, 4: Commercial Club 4, Class
Play 3, 4.
Scene: The home of a Luckey citizen. He is sitting in
his easy chair reading the night edition of the Luckey
Gazette, published by Marcena Michel. The reader
ngtgces the following articles about the seniors of
Cornell Juergens, Yankee shortstop, was the princi-
pal speaker at the basketball banquet at the high
school last night. He will leave tomorrow for the
Yankee spring training camp in Texas.
June Kurfess, private secretary of Mayor White of
Toledo, was seriously injured at 6 p. m. last night at
the New York Central crossing a mile south of Moline on
Route l99. Her car was hit by the Blue Streak, the
newest addition to the streamlined fleet of the New
York Central. She was taken from.the wreckage by Glen
Landwehr and taken to the Toledo Hospital by a Landwehr
and Son ambulance where she was treated by Dr. Joseph
Loomis. iDr. Loomis reports that her condition is
favorable. Richard Hannan, engineer of the train, was
to be questioned today concerning the accident.
Geraldine Welling, certified public accountant, left
for Cleveland yesterday to testify in the embezzlement
trial of the Ajax Company.
Doris Partner, principal of the local grade school,
reports an increase of 17? in the enrollment in the
first six grades this year.
The Creative Beauty Salon will reopen next Saturday
after having been redecorated and equipped with noise-
less dryers. Lois Jacobs will continue to operate it.
Martin Christiansen, building contractor, is erect-
ing a new home on Eddy Street for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Bockbrader. Mr. Bockbrader is a pilot for the Trans-
Delores Ruch, Transcontinental Airlines stewardess,
is visiting with friends and relatives in Toledo this
"Pm all the daughters of my
fatbefs house. And all the
School Paper Sta! 1, 2, 3, 4g Li-
brarian 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3,
43 Girls' Glee Club 25 Cheerleader
3, 45 Booster Club 3, 4: Class
Secretary 1, 25 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 35 Class Play 3, 45 Basket..
ball 25 Commercial Club 4.
"As he tlzinketh in his heart,
so is he."
Band 1. 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45
Class President 1, 25 School Paper
Stai 2, 45 Commercial Club'45
Class Play 3, 4.
"PII tell the world."
Commercial Course f
Booster Club 3, 45 Commercial
Club 45 Basketball 1, 25 Girls'
Glee Club 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 45
Class Play 3, 45 School Paper
Stah' 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary-
Tressnrer 35 Band 35 Librarian 4.
"The fair, the chaste, the Ill!-
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25
Booster Club ,3, 45 Girls' Glee
Club 25 Commercial Club 45.
School Paper Sta! 45 Class Play
"1 only ask for information."
Baseball 1, 25 Boys' Glee Club ll,
25 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Class Play
"Blushing is the colour of
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Drum Major-
ette 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer l,
25 Cheerleader 3, 45 Booster Club
3, 45 Basketball l, 25 School
Paper StaE 2, 35 Class Play 3,45
Librarian 35 Girls' Glee Club 25
Mixed Chorus 4.
"Handsome, winsome, game-
someg and then some."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1,
2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2 3 45 Orchestra
2, 3, 45 Class Play 4.
"Lust said, soonest mended."
Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club
25 Basketball 25 Cheerleader 35
Booster Club 3: Commercial Club
45 Class Play 3.
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Word has just been received that Mr. and Mrs. Lowen
Meyer are the proud parents of twins. Mr. Meyer is an
electrical engineer for the Pan-American Construction
Company in the Panama Canal Zone.
Robert Young, owner of Young's Restaurant, returned
home this morning from a six weeks' vacation in Florida.
Marietta Fausnaugh, head waitress, has been managing
the restaurant during his absence.
Betty Swartz, county health nurse, will give first
aid demonstrations throughout the schools of the county
next week. She will be at our school on Thursday
The Troy-Luckey Village Mothers' Club will meet on
Thursday afternoon in the school auditorium. Carolyn
Johanssen, nurse in the Toledo Health Department, will
be the guest speaker.
Lieutenant Lowell Samson stopped at the home of his
parents Tuesday evening on his way from Chicago to Fort
Knox, where he is now stationed.
Ensign Paul Kurfess arrived home today from the
Great Lakes Naval Training Station at Chicago for a
Ardith Spahn will launch her annual tour of cooking
demonstrations Friday night at the school auditorium.
It will again be sponsored by the Ohio Gas Company.
Lois Miller, who has had charge of the soda fountain
in Smith's Cafeteria for several years, has quit her
job. She will be married next week.
Donald Joseph, outstanding local pianist, yesterday
signed a long-term contract with Sammy Byrnes and his
Vivian Rife established a new speed record in typing
yesterday when she typed 150 words a minute to win the
annual typing contest held in Washington, D. C. Follows
ing the contest she was offered a position with Du Pont
We, the Senior Class of Troy-Luckey Village High
Schools Lackey, Ohio, in the year of nineteen hundred
fortyutwo, will our brilliant and intellectual minds to
anyone who wishes to take the responsibility of possess-
ing one of them.
Lowell Samson entrusts his card playing tricks to
Ardith Spahn bequeaths her letterwriting technique
to Marie Brinker.
The numerous hairbows which Geraldine Welling wears
are willed to the junior girls.
To the up and coming cheerleaders, Red and Mickey
will their ability to catch rides to the 'basketball
Robert Young wills his girls to anyone who can take
them away from him.
Delores Ruch desires to leave her ability to give
quick answers to Lowell Hanely.
After due consideration, Vivian Rife bequeaths her
Hoosier dialect to Iota Evans.
Cornell Juergens leaves his ability to shoot baskets
to Lyle Myers.
Marcena Michel wills her red knee socks to Esther
Lowen Meyer bequeaths his excess height to Luther
Lois Miller wishes to give her small feet to LeRoy
The much-chewed gum of Betty Swartz is willed and be-
queathed to Violet Schudcl.
Donald Joseph entrusts his ability to Hswing itn to
Doris Pertner wills her shyness to Lois Samson.
Glen Landwehr, the speed demon of the senior class,
gives his walking gait to Gene Hannah. V
Joe Loomis cautiously entrusts his technique with
the feminine sex to Clyde Tracy. '
Martin Christiansen wills his soft voice to Donald
Marietta Fausnaugh wills her southern accent to
Richard Hannan wills his tardiness to Eileen Barber.
June Kurfess leaves her quietness with Rosemary
The long tresses of Lois Jacobs are entrusted to
Paul Kurfess bequeaths his chemistry technique to
Kenneth Bockbrader wills his expressions to Marvin
Carolyn Johanssen unwillingly bequeaths her auburn
locks to Joyce Baker.
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No ary Public
President enior Class
Secretary io Class
Top Row: Robert Harmeyer, LeRoy Stewart, Iota Evans
Kathryn Jacobs, Lois Samson.
Second Row: 'Miss Wirick, Gene Hannan, Lowell Hanely,
Dale Grubs, Clyde Tracy, Donald Miller.
First Row: Marie Brinker, Joyce Baker, Esther Miller,
Eileen Barber, Violet Schudel.
Top Row: Mildred Hutson, Ruth' Kopp, Harley Jacobs,
Donald Scnmeltz, Luther Samson.
Second Row: Mr. Swantuscn, Glen Reamsnyder, Leon Bock-
brader, Joe Carr, Marvin Moenter, Wayne Samson.
First Row: Lyle Myers, Vera McCrary, Donald Stewart,
Joanne Huss, Rosemary Fortlander.
Absent: Patricia Reamsnyder.
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I-HGH SCHOOL NQTES
Flower--Talisman Rose Colors--Red, White and Blue
Motto--HIT we rest, we rust.N
President ------------- Esther Miller
Vice President -------- Eileen Barber
Secretary-Treasurer ----- Joyce Baker
Reporter ------------- Violet Schudel
Sponsor ----------------- Miss Wirick
This year the junior class has one new pupil, Iota
Evans. This makes our enrollment fifteen. We have
participated in all the activities of the school.
We had two parties this year--a weiner roast at Road-
side Park, and the party the boys gave for the girls,
the winners of the junior play ticket-selling contest.
The big event of the year was our play, WFixit In-
corporated,H presented on February 5 before a large
audience. On May 15, we entertained the seniors at the
President ------------ Donald Stewart
Vice President ----------- Lyle Myers
Secretary-Treasurer ---- Vera McCrary
Class Reporter ---------- Joanne Huss
Sponsor --------------- Mr. Swantusch
The sophomore class now has an enrollment of sixteen
Anne Welling moved away and Mildred Hutson of Newton
Falls and Glen Reamsnyder of Webster joined us. Our
class has taken an active part in music, sports and
In' February we had charge of the chapel program.
The boys gave the one act play, WPutting It Across?
Reverend Veler of stony Ridge was the speaker.
In the fall we had a Weiner roast at Ruth Kopp's.
Then at Christmas a party was enjoyed by all at the
home of Donald Schmeltz.
HIGH SCHQOL NCJTES
President ------- Shirley Ann Dierker
Vice President ---- u ----- Robert Evans
Secretary-Treasurer ----- Ruth Miller
Class Reporter -------- Nancy Kurfess
Sponsor ----------------- Miss Rolfes
With two new students, Eileen Reamsnyder and Jean-
netta Hoyt, our enrollment is sixteen.
On Thursday and Friday of the first week of school
we had Hour days.N We had a Weiner roast in October
and a Christmas party with a gift exchange at Chambersh
The freshmen presented the play NFor Dear Old Dalton
for their chapel program in January. Reverend Rickel
gave an interesting talk on school spirit,
We sent valentines and letters to some of the boys
in the service.
JUNIOR HIGH HIGHLIGHTS
President ------------- Jane Bringman
Vice President -------- Mary Harmeyer
V Secretary -------- f--Virginia Jacobs y
The eighth grade has two new pupils, Illa Evans from
Webster and Patricia Miller from Panama.
We had a fine time at our Ha1lowe'en party at John
President-- -------------- Norma Kopp
Vice President- ---- -Charles Kurfess
Secretary-- ------- --Q--+John Hannan
The seventh grade had their first class
Hallowe'en party, at the home of Paul Welling.r
Top Row: Keith
Rife, William Wilson, Elmer Miller,
Florence De Marco, Jeannetta Hoyt.
Second Row: Mis
s Rolfes, Chester Chambers, Arthur
e Ruch, Mary Carr, Mara Christiansen,
First Row: Ruth Miller, Shirley Ann Dierker, Robert
Evans, Eileen Reamsnyder, Corinne De Marco.
Top Row: Marlyn
7th and Sth
Rolf, Richard Jacobs, Frederick Samson
Paul Welling, Lena Young, June Kinker, Jane Bringman,
Third Row: Mr.
Amos, Rolland Huss, John Deuble, Wil-
liam Kurfess, Donald Manoylovich, John Hannah, Marian
Second Row: Mab
lma Witker, Jack Biler.
el Bauman, Illa Evans, Cpal Rife,
Gloria Reamsnyder, Robert Hotmer, Charles Kurfess,
George Young, Rose Manoylovich, Gretchen Snyder.
First Row: Herb
Mary Helm, Ern
ert Samson, Annabelle Jacobs, Mary Hare
Urban, Imogene Broka, Charlene Hutson,
Absent: Norma Kopp, Patricia Miller
Top Row: Donald
Third Row: Miss
Zoe Ann Wilson
5th and 6th
Hotmer, Delores Kinker, Darlene Myers,
Dale Bockbrader, Robert Dierker, De-
Alma Neifer, Lorraine Roach, Ellen
Brown, Frederick Rife, Russel Ruch,
Harold Carr, Vincent Lopez, Carleton
ine Carr, Bonnie Kopp, Kathleen Kurfess,
, Theodore Reamsnyder, Merlin Miller.
Second Row: Ernest Slater, George Rife, Doris Holtf
meyer, Grace Emmitt, Elizabeth Young, LaQuitta Walken
First Row: Roy
Franklin Jacobs, Dale Brinker.
Christen, William Loomis, Keith Flem-
ing, Elaine Helm, Helen Urban, Gene Reamsnyder, James
Borcherding, Frederick Brinker.
Third and Fourth
Top Row: Ruth Lopez, Alfonso Lopez, Theone Ruch, Dud+
ley Welling, Dale Layman, Martha Rife, Donald Caris,
Third Row: Miss Crocker, Lloyd Dierker, Delores Hazel,
Charles Baker, Harold Hoelter, Jacquline Minnix, Rob-
ert Tracy, Doris Rothenbuhler, Marilyn Coy.
Second Row: Mary Jacobs, Shirley Rife, Naomi Brinker,
Betty Jacobs, Marilyn Ruswinkle, Natalie Wilson,
Eloise Dierker, Carol Jean Rolf, Helen Ruth Snyder.
First Row: Evelyn Dierker, Joann Schroeder, Ruth Sam-
son, Richard Samson, Ray Ford, Bernard Samson, Ruth
Brueggemeier, Bonnie Hutson.
Absent: Gerald Miller, Mary Miller, Russell Welling.
First and Second
Top Row: Ronald Webb, David Kopp, Jimmie Ford, Richard
Eilert, Robert Aspacher, Wallace Dierker, Charles Al-
bright, Lyle Evans, Dale Jacobs, Joe Helm.
Third Row: Miss Tavernier, Cathryn Evans, Jeannean
Wilson, Royce Ruch, Betty Carr, Maxine Leking, Janice
Hacker, Rae Myers, Roger Ernsthausen, Walter Jordon.
Second Row: Grace Jacobs, Alice Heesman, Arla Christen,
Marilyn Kay Miller, James Grubs, Walter Holtmeyer,
Pedro Lopez, Helen Tracy, Donna Marie Welling.
First Row: Carrol Baker, Katharine Hazel, Nola Dean
Kinker, Joan Miller, Patty Caris, Shirley Brinker,
Florence Miller, Jeanne Urban.
Absent: Theodore Barber, James Helm, Marilyn Hoelter.
Charles Austin, Mrs. Eckert, Mrs. Wilson.
These pupils had perfect attendance for the first
First and second grades: Shirley Brinker, Charles
Albright, Patty Caris, Betty Jane Carr, Lyle Evans,
Jimmie Ford, Katharine Hasel, David Kopp, Donna Marie
Welling and Arla Christen.
Third and fourth grades: Naomi Brinker, Marilyn Coy,
Harold Hoelter, Ray Ford, Doris Rothenbuhler, Ruth
Samson, Bonnie Hutson and Eloise Dierker.
Fifth and sixth grades: Dale Bockbrader, Geraldine
Carr, Ellen Christen, Robert Dierker, Franklin Jacobs,
LaQuitta Walker, Bonnie Kopp, Glen Welling, Roy Chris-
ten, Grace Emmitt, Ernest Slater and Helen Urban.
In October the fifth and sixth grades had charge of
chapel. Reverend Johanssen was the guest speaker. The
second chapel was in charge of the third and fourth
grades. Reverend Kaeding was the speaker. The first
and second grades presented a Thanksgiving play at the
third chapel program.
In October achievement tests were given and our
school again made an excellent showing. We were 8757:
above the county median.
The following Christmas program was presented by the
lower six grades on December l8:
Old King Cole's Christmas---- ------- First and Second
Just Before Christmas --------------- ----Intermediate
The Star Drill -------------------------- Intermediate
The Junior Red Cross sent boxes of candy to the boys
from our school in service. Valentines were made and
sent to the children at the Juvenile Home in Bowling
Miss Tavernier was the first and second grade teach-
er until her resignation in March. Mrs. Busdeker, the
former Kathryn Moore, substituted the rest of the year.
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Top Row: Corinne De Marco, Gene Ruch, Richard Hannan,
Donald Joseph, Carolyn Johanssen, Joe Loomis, Donald
Miller, Chester Chambers, Charles Kurfess, Florence
Third Row: Illa Evans, Elmer Miller, Robert Harmeyer,
Dale Grubs, Mara Christiansen, Paul Welling, Keith
Rife, Lowen Meyer.
Second Row: Joyce Baker, Esther Miller, Wilma Witker,
Nancy Kurfess, Joanne Huss, Arthur Christen, Vivian
Rife, Geraldine Welling, Iota Evans, Lois Jacobs,
Gloria Reamsnyder, Rosemary Eortlander, Lois Miller.
Front Row: Jane Bringman, Mary Harmeyer, William
Wilson, June Kurfess, Betty Swartz, Paul Kurfesa
Absent: Glen Landwehr, Patricia Reamsnyder.
Pianist: Donald Joseph
Standing: Gene Ruch, June Kurfess, Mrs. Hobart
Seated: Carolyn Johanssen, Betty Swartz, Donald Millen
Nancy Kurfess, Arthur Christen, Mary Harmeyer, Iota
Evans, Geraldine Welling, Richard Hannah, Joanne Huss,
Joe Loomis, Marie Brinker, Paul Kurfess, Delores Ruch,
Dale Grubs, Lowen Meyer.
Absent: Glen Landwehr, Norma Kopp
The senior band this year consisted of thirty-eight
members. In October, they participated in the Tomato
Festival at Bowling Green. The band marched in the
parade in the afternoon and gave a concert in the even-
ing. This was the first appearance for our twirlers,
Corinne and Florence DeMarco.
They furnished music for the Mothers' Club chicken
supper and for one session of the county basketball
The band will march in the parade on Memorial Day
and then say good-bye to these thirteen seniors: June
Kurfess and Betty Swartz, snare drumsg Geraldine
Welling, lst clarinet, Lois Jacobs and Vivian Rife, 2nd
clarinet, Richard Hannah and Doris Partner, alto
saxophoneg Paul Kurfess, mellophoneg Lowen Meyer, lst
trumpetg Donald Joseph and Glen Landwehr, tromboneg
Joe Loomis, sousaphonegand Carolyn Johanssen, our very
charming drum majorette.
At the beginning of the year, the junior band con-
sisted of thirteen members. There were two beginning
groups with six and eight respectively. However, at
the beginning of the second semester these three groups
were united to form a fine group of twenty-seven.
The following pupils are in the junior band but are
not in the picture: Kathleen Kurfess and Harold
Hoelter, alto horns, Theodore Reamsnyder, cymbalsg
Merlin Miller, trumpetg and Lorraine Roach, cornet.
The toy band is composed of all the pupils in the
first and second grades. James Helm was the drum major
again this year. This group played several numbers for
the Christmas program and several for the program at
the Christmas party given by the Mothers' Club.
The orchestra, composed of twenty-one members, has
the following instrumentation: three lst violins,
Carolyn Johanssen, Betty Swartz and Marie Brinkerg two
2nd violins, Delores Ruch and Norma Kopp, two lst
clarinets, Nancy Kurfess and Geraldine Wellingg three
2nd clarinets, Joanne 'Huss, Iota Evans and Arthur
Christeng one bass viol, Gene Ruchg one trombone, Glen
Landwehrg one baritone, Donald Miller, one piano,
Donald Joseph, one drum, Mary Harmeyerg one bell lyra,
June Kurfessg one lst trumpet, Dale Grubsg one 2nd
trumpet, Lowen Meyer, one mellophone, Paul Kurfessg and
two alto saxophones, Joe Loomis and Richard HEHHEHQ
This group has' played for the junior play, the
Christmas program, the assembly in charge of Miss
Mackling, both senior plays and the Commencement,
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS '
This year the choruses have been divided into two
groups. The junior high chorus is composed of thirty
members. Mary Louise Harmeyer plays the piano.
The chorus sang at the January meeting of the
Mothers' Club and rendered' several' numbers at the
SENIOR HIGH CHORUS L
The senior high chorus is composed of these.fifteen
seniors and juniors: four sopranos, Carolyn Johanssen,
Marcena Michel, Geraldine Welling and Iota Evansg four
altos, June Kurfess, Lois Miller, Esther Miller and
Joyce Bakerg seven baritones, Joe Loomis, Glen Landwehr
Lowell Hanely, Lowell Samson, Kenneth Bockbrader,
Martin Christiansen and Dale Grubs. Donald Joseph is
The chorus sang at the first meeting of the Mothers
Club, for the Christmas program and for the junior
Florence De Marco, Carolyn Johanssen, Corinne De Marco.
Top Row: Robert Evans, Marvin Moenter, Marlyn Rolf,
Donald Schmeltz, Wayne Samson, Russell Ruch, George
Rife, John Hannah.
Second Row: Mary Helm, Roy Christen, Ruth Kopp, Ernes-
tine Roach, Ellen Christen, Delores Hannan, Glen
Welling, Mrs. Hobart.
Bottom Row: Zoe Ann Wilson, William Loomis, Imogene
Broka, Harley Jacobs, Donald Stewart, Darlene Myers,
Natalie Wilson. -
Absent: Theodore Reamsnyder, Kathleen Kurfess, Harold
Hoelter, Lorraine Roach, Merlin Miller.
Top Row: Ronald Webb, David Kopp, Jim ie Ford, Richard
Eilert, Robert Aspacher, Wallace Dierker, Charles
Albright, Dale Jacobs, Joe Helm.
Third Row: Mrs. Hobart, Cathryn Evans, Royce Ruch, Rae
Myers, Betty Carr, Maxine Leking, Roger Ernsthausen,
Janice Hacker, Walter Jordon, Jeannean Wilson.
Second Row: Grace Jacobs, Alice Jane Hessman, Arla
Christen, Marilyn Miller, James Grubs, Walter Holt-
meyer, Pedro Lopez, Donna Marie Welling.
Bottom Row: Carrol Baker, Katharine Hasel, Nola Dean
Kinker, Joan Miller, Shirley Brinker, Patty Caris,
Florence Miller, Jeanne Urban.
Absent: Marilyn Hoelter, Theodore Barber, James Helm.
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Senior High Chorus
Top Row: Joe Loomis, Donald Joseph, Marcena Michel,
Carolyn Johanssen, Geraldine Welling.
Second Row: Mrs. Hobart, Lowell Hanely, Martin Christ-
iansen, Lowell Samson, Kenneth Bockbrader, Dale Grubs.
First Row: Lois Miller, June Kurfess, Joyce Baker,
Esther Miller, Iota Evans.
Absent: Glen Landwehr.
Junior High Chorus
Top Row: Keith Rife, William Wilson, Elmer Miller,
Charles Kurfess, John Hannah, Rolland Huss, Marlyn
Third Row: Opal Rife, Rose Manoylovich, Shirley Ann
Dierker, Ruth Miller, Illa Evans, Gretchen Snyder,
Second Row: Mrs. Hobart, June Kinker, Marian Bock-
brader, Florence De Marco, Wilma Witker,. Corinne
De Marco, Jane Bringman, Lena Young.
First Row: Annabelle Jacobs, Imogene Broke, Mary Har-
meyer, Virginia Jacobs, Ernestine Roach, Charlene
Hutson, Mary Helm.
Absent: Patricia Miller, Norma Kopp, Eileen Reamsnyder.
Standing: Mr. Rider, Robert Evans, Harold Carr, John
Hannan, Glen Reamsnyder, Gene Ruch, Arthur Christen,
LeRoy Stewart, Rolland Huss.
Seated: Ernest Slater, Keith Rife, William Wilson,
Richard Jacobs, Junior Tracy, Russell Ruch, Theodore
Absent: Clyde Tracy, Chester Chambers, George Rife,
Home Economics Club
Top Row: Miss Wirick, Violet Schudel, Lois Samson,
Kathryn Jacobs, Mary Carr, Shirley Ann Dierker, Ruth
Miller, Ardith Spahn.
First Row: Jeannette Hoyt, Florence De Marco, Mildred
Hutson, Marietta Fausnaugh, Eileen Reamsnyder, Cor-
inne De Marco, Ruth Kopp.
Top Row: Miss Mackling, Gene Hannan, Robert Harmeyer,
Cornell Juergens, Geraldine Welling, Joanne Huss,
Iota Evans. y
Second Row: Betty Swartz, Marie Brinker, Joyce Baker,
Esther Miller, Vera McCrary, Lois Jacobs, Eileen
First Row: Doris Pertner, Marcena Michel, Vivian Rife,
Donald Joseph, Lois Miller, June Kurfess, Rosemary
Absent: Glen Landwehr, Delores Ruch.
Top Row: Nancy Kurfess, Esther Miller, Iota Evans,
Mara Christiansen, Marcena Michel, Geraldine Welling,
Vivian Rife, Joanne Huss.
Second Row: Miss Wirick, Marietta Eausnaugh, Lois
Miller, Lois Jacobs, Doris Pertner, Vera McCrary,
Ruth Kopp, Jeannette Hoyt.
First Row: Eileen Barber, Betty Swartz, Rosemary Fort-
lander, Carolyn Johanssen, June Kurfess, Mildred
Hutson, Eileen Reamsnyder.
Absent: Patricia Reamsnyder.
Standing: Geraldine Welling, LeRoy Stewart, Frances
Urban, Joanne Huss, Nancy Kurfess, Doris Pertner,
Ardith Spahn, Robert Harmeyer, Violet Schudel, Donald
Joseph, Lois Jacobs.
Seated: Lois Miller, Miss Mackling, Marcena Michel,
Cornell Juergens, June Kurfess.
Standing: Esther Miller, Joe Loomis, Joyce Baker,
Lowen Meyer, Mara Christiansen, Donald Joseph, Mar-
cena Michel, Marie Brinker, Eileen Barber.
Seated: Nancy Kurfess, Lois Miller, Miss Rolfes, Glen
Landwehr, June Kurfess.
Junior High Basketball
Standing: William Kurfess, John Hannan, Robert Hotmer,
Charles Kurfess, Mr. Rider.
Seated: Richard Jacobs, Rolland Huss, Frederick Samson,
HOME Economics cum
The HSnippy Snappy Stitchersn is composed of four-
teen home economics girls who have adopted the motto,
WAS you sew, so shall you rip.N Meetings were 'held
once a month. The following officers were elected:
President ----------------- Ruth Kopp
Vice President ------- Violet Schudel
Secretary -------------- Ardith Spahn
Assistant- ---------- Jeannetta Hoyt
Reporter --------- Marietta Fausnaugh
Assistant ------------ Kathryn Jacobs
The HStyli-Typen, organized by Miss Mackling after
the first six-weeks' period last fall for honor
students in the commercial department, has twenty-three
members and meets every month. The club sponsored two
skating parties. Our last meeting was an outing at
Pearson Park. These officers were elected:
President ------------- Donald Joseph
Vice President --------- June Kurfess
Secretary-Treasurer ----- Vivian Rife
Program Chairman ----- Marcena Michel
Assistant --------------- Lois Miller
Reporter -------------- Doris Pertner
HBe a booster, not a booerln
The following officers and captains were elected:
Vice President---Betty Swartz
Candy Sellers---Esther Miller
Reporter ---- June Kurfess
Volleyball ---- Iota Evans
Hikes ----- Marcena Michel
The Boosters were defeated by the Alumnae this yearg
but watch out, Alumnae, there's another year coming!
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Since the organization'
Scouts of America, in 1936,
stable. There were thirte
the membership is eighteen.
When the troop reaches a po
four, three patrols will be
Any boy twelve years of
become a member of the gre
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of Luckey Troop 332, Boy
the membership has remained
en charter members. Today
There are two patrols.
ssible enrollment of twenty-
age or over is eligible to
atest boys' organization .in
America. This troop has five Star Scouts: William
Wilson, Robert Evans, Chester Chambers, Keith Rifa, and
Gene Ruch. Robert Evans is eligible for Life Rank.
Clyde Tracy, LeRoy Stewart and Richard Jacobs are First
Class and John Hannah, Glen Reamsnyder. and Rolland
Huss are Second Class. Those of Tenderfoot Rank are
Ernest Slater, Russel Ruch, George Rife, Harold Carr,
Arthur Christen, Theodore Reamsnyder. and Junior Tracy.
This year LeRoy Stewart has been promoted to nssistant
Scoutmaster. Keith Rife is the Troop Scribe. The
Patrol Leaders are Robert Evans and Gene Ruch.
The Troop' Committee is as follows: Fred Chambers,
Irvin Jacobs, and Charles Austin.
Mr. Rider accompanied twelve of the boys to Camp
Miakonda for one week in August of the year 1936 and
again in August of 1942. Last year the troop had
twelve' boys in camp and they received an HExcellentH
banner, one of the highest awards given at Camp
Miakonda that week.
The Scouts of Troop 332
in National Defense. The
and a half of scrap paper
ly. They are gathering o
iron and rags. They are p
as experts in first aid
our present crisis.
Mr. Rider, who is the S
hood Commissioner, is in
have been doing their part
y have sold more than a ton
and are gathering it regular-
ther scrap materials such as
reparing themselves to serve
nd as an emergency corps in
coutmaster and the Neighbors
charge of the Webster Troop,
the Pemberville Troop. and the Stony Ridge Troop. He
will receive the Acorn Award at the annual Appreciation
Banquet held at the Commodore Perry Hotel in Toledo in
May. This award is for the organization of new troops
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The first school paper was stenciled and printed by
Mr. Rider in l938. This aroused much interest and a
staff was soon functioning.
Mr. Grubaugh was the advisor for three years. Miss
Iackling was the advisor this year.
The main purpose of the paper has been to give ex-
perience to the students in reporting, editing, stencib
ing and printing. The paper has always tried to print
news of interest to parents and students alike.
Exchanges of school papers were received from many
schools. Some of these exchanges were from other
states. The exchanges of school papers are of mutual
benefit. Many useful hints and much information con-
cerning their activities were obtained from the papers
of other schools. We were pleased to find some of our
ideas printed in other school papers.
In January of this year, publication of the school
paper was suspended on account of the scarcity and cost
of paper. We hope that in the near future we can re-
sume the editing and printing of the paper.
The 1941-42 Staff
Editor .......... ........................ Marcena Michel
Associate .......... ............. .... Geraldine walling
News Editor ................................ Ardith Spahn
Art Editor ....................... ......... June Kurfess
7 K 8 Grade ............... - .......... Frances Urban
Freshman ......... ..................... Nancy Kurfess
Sophomorc--- - ------.----.--.-.------. --Joanne Huss
Junior ------- --.------.-..--..---..-- Violet Schudel
Senior ---------- ----..-.----.-.---...... Lois Hiller
Sports -------------------.- ----.---.....- Donald Joseph
Special Articles .....................,.... Doris Partner
Humor ----------- -Robert Harmeyer
Printers .... ....
Advisor ...... ---
------------ -------------LeRoy Stewart
------ ------------------Richard Hannah
- ---------. --.---......-.. Miss Mackling
The Great-Ben Allah
NThe Great Ben Allah,N presented by the senior class
on November lA, was a comedy, original in plot and
characters. Ben Allah, the Hindu fakir, was indeed a
faker, but all in the grand and glorious cause of love.
His Nspiritualizingn plus the capers of his mischievous
stooge carried the plot through many amusing situations
including a seance which cured two women of their love
The Antics of Andrew
HThe Antics of Andrew,N given by the Troy-Luckey
senior class on May 7, was a farce. A millionaire
uncle from New Zealand, who had been sending Andrew a
monthly allowance, dropped in out of a clear, blue sky.
Andrew had to have a mother-in-law and wife on very
short noticeg so in haste, his two college chums dress-
ed the part of women. Amid gales of laughter, the
action swept to its climax of comic disaster. The play
Kept the audience in continual laughter.
NFixit, Incorporatedu was presented by the juniors
on February 5. The play opened in a crude office
furnished with store boxes. This corporation could fix
anything. By curing a hen-peeked husband, they made
enough money to purchase real office furniture. Fixing
a romance, a radio program for a bubble gum company and
a job for a girl all added to the merriment of this
All three plays were under the capable direction of
E5 A N CZ! UE T
The Mothers' Club served the dinner for the 1941
football banquet which was sponsored by the Civic Club
and was held in the school cafeteria on November l7.
Mr. C. B. Loomis acted as toastmaster. Mr. I. T.
Jacobs led the group in the singing of HAmerica.N Mr.
Amos and Mr. Rider presented the awards given by the
Civic Club and the school. Mr. Harry Williamson, the
county auditor, gave an interesting talk on the impor-
tance of athletics in the school. Joe Loomis and his
accordian, accompanied by Donald Joseph at the piano,
furnished the music.
The Civic Club entertained the basketball boys at a
banquet held April 6, in the, school cafeteria. The
dinner was prepared by the Mothers' Club.
The toastmaster, Mr. C. B. Loomis, took charge after
the dinner. All the graduating seniors responded to
the welcome given by Mr. Martin Rolfes. Mr. Swantusch
presented the awards. After a few remarks by Mr. G. V.
Huss and Mr. E. H. Rider, Dr. W. A. Zaugg of Bowling
Green gave an excellent talk onWAthletics Vicariously.n
The Rifes furnished the music. '
The Junior-Senior Banquet was held Friday, May 15,
at the school. The cafeteria room was converted into a
Umess halln of an army camp.
The junior class president, Esther Miller, ably de-
monstrated her ability as toastmistress. The welcome
was given by Gene HHHHGH of the junior class, after
which Glen Landwehr, president of the senior class, re-
sponded. Toasts were given by Mr. E. H. Rider and MT.
G. V. Huss. Special music was enjoyed by all. After
the banquet the guests were presented with tickets for
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The officers of the Mothers' Club are as follows:
President . . . . . . Mrs. Robert Khrfess
Vice President . . . Mrs. Harvey Helm
Treasurer . . . . . . Mrs. Gordon Huss
Secretary . . . . . . . . Mrs. Harold Grubs
Program Chairman . . 'Mrs. Clarence Michel
Social Chairman . . . . Mrs. Marcus Welling
The Mothers' Club met in 'the cafeteria room for
their first meeting the second Tuesday in September.
Miss Croll, county nurse, offered to give three health
talks and demonstrations. At this meeting she discuss-
ed communicable diseases, vaccination, and immunization.
The senior chorus furnished the music.
At the Cctober meeting Miss Croll gave a demonstra-
tion on bed making and caring for and bathing the sick
in the home. It was decided to buy some more equipment
for the cafeteria.
Films on tuberculosis and the patch test were shown
at the November meeting. Miss Croll gave a talk.
The mothers' gave a
party for the faculty
members, school board members and members of the
Mothers' Club and their families. After a fine program
games were played and a lunch was served.
Miss Kate Offerman gave an interesting talk on
WCharacter Building in the Home and Schooln at the
January meeting. The club decided to give a Chicken-
Ham Supper in February. The junior chorus furnished
At the February meeting, open discussion was con-
ducted by Mrs. Michel on WHOW Can We Make the Most of
our Differences.W Since that time, the club has been
sewing and Knitting two days a month for the Red Cross.
This year the Mothers' Club has made an excellent
donation to the Red Cross, and has equipped two first
aid cots for the school--one for the boys in the ath-
letic room and one for the girls in the faculty women's
restroom. Other needed equipment has been added.
School Auditorium--May 22, 1942--8:00 P. M.
Processional --------------------------- Clarinet Octette
HCoronation Marchn by Meyerbeer
Invocation- ------------------------- --Rev. Homer Rickel
Luckey Evangelical Church
Salutatory -------------------------------- Joseph Loomis
Valediotory ------- ---------------------- Marcena Michel
Music -------------------------- - ------- School Orchestra
WRhapsody in Bluen by Gershwin
Address---NBuilding for Tomorrown---Mr. Homer L. Bigbee
President Farmer's Bank, Belleville, Ohio
Presentation of Awards and the Class--Supt. E. H. Rider
Presentation of Diplomas ----------------- Mr. G. V. Huss
President Troy-Luckey Board of Education
Benediction- -------- -
-----------------Rev. Homer Rickel
HDer Freischutzn by Von Weber
The Octette Personnel
------- ------------ ----Joanne Huss
Music under the direction of Mrs. Elmer Hobart
C AL ENDAIQ
First day of school.
Election of class officers.
Lois McCrary quit school.
First cafeteria. Freshman initiation.
Mothers' Club met.
Seniors ordered rings.
Scouts celebrated Mr. Rider's birthday at Chambers'.
Picture display for seniors.
Faculty-Board roast at B. G.
Football game at Waterville. 19-19
Senior class party at Marcena's.
Mr. Harkness visited school. Tracys out of
jquarantine. Mr. Geisbuhler worked in ChucK's place.
Band practiced marching outside.
Booster Club roast at school. Gene Ruch recovered
from scarlet fever. Windy. No electricity.
Sophomore roast at Kopp's. Junior roast at Road-
side park. First school paper.
Class pictures taken. Bonfire at 7:30.
Football game with Risingsun. Lost 20-21. Mom's Day
Chapel in charge of Miss Brown's room. Rev. Johans-
sen spoke. Mrs. Murlin substituted for Mr. Amos,
Night football game at Maumee. Won 50-O. Senior
Received class pictures. No-football practice.
Band marched at B. G. Festival and gave concert at Z
Senior proofs came. Snippy Snappy Stitchers' party
Achievement Tests. Football with Jackson-Burgoon.
Won 31-16. Freshman roast in Michel's woods.
Wood County Teachers' Institute.
Delores Ruch returned. Mothers' Club potluck dinner
Football at Risingsun. Lost 16nl2. Chose senior
play cast. First practice at 8.
WLegend of Sleepy Hollown presented by Freshmen.
Football with Monclova, Won L6-20. Lowen and
Lowell Samson killed mouse in study hall.
Boy Scout inspection but no inspector. Parents
present. Fern Soles married.
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First basketball practice.
Football game at Bradner. Won 56-26.
No school. Teacherfs meeting.
Glen, Eileen, Theodore, and Gene Reamsnyder entered
from Webster. Senior rings arrived at post office.
Bring your money, Seniors. Commercial Club organ-
Seniors received rings.
Chapel in charge of Miss Crocker's room. Rev.
Kaeding spoke. We wonder why Chuck's car was
parked in the corner of school yard.
Eighth grade Hallowe'en party at John Deuble's.
Seventh grade Hallowe'en party at Paul We1lihg's.
Football game at Bloomdale. Won 66-12. Last game
for the seniors.
Senior Psychological Tests.
Donald Canfield gave demonstration with Black Light
High School Day at Columbus. -
Train wreck at Dunkirk. Mr. Rider absent.
Mothers' Club met. T. B. film shown to upper six
grades. Miss Croll, county nurse, talked. Faye
Dress rehearsal for senior play.
Marcena with up hair-do.
Seniors presented HThe Great Ben Allah.N
Snippy Snappy Stitchers met. Styli-Type KCommer-
cial Clubj met at Marcena's.
Chapel in charge of Miss Tavernier's room.
Bus inspection at 1:00. Mr. Harkness visited.
First basketball games at Portage. Won both. Pep
meeting at l:OO.
Grade cards. '
Seniors ordered invitations. Basketball games with
North Troy. Won both.
T. B. Tests. New students. Bonnie and Mildred
Hutson entered from Newton Falls. Lenore Babione
entered from Westerville,
Junior high basketball game at Lake. Won. NRed
Riding Hoodn presented by Freshmen. T. B. Patches
were taken off.
Basketball games at Risingsun. Won both.
StylieType skating party at B. G.
Marcena participated in Prince of Peace Contest at
Perrysburg. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. m
U. S. declared war on Japan. Leroy dropped a type-
Mothers' Club Christmas party. President's first
Boys solicited advertisements for the annual.
NJohah and the Whalen presented by Freshmen. Germany
and Italy declare war on U. S.
Basketball games with Webster--record crowd. Lost
Freshman Christmas party at Chester Chambers'.
NPoor Richardsn defeated HOld lronsidesn in Math.7.
Decorated our Christmas trees. Snippy Snappy Stitch-
School Christmas program.
Basketball games with Lake. Won one. Lost one.
What was Miss Mackling's Christmas present from the
high school boys? Seventh grade Christmas party.
Sophomore Christmas party at Donald Schmeltz's.
School resumed. Senior study hall complimented oh
good behavior. Mr. Swantusch has a new suit. A
Christmas present? f
Junior play cast chosen. First practice 7 p.mL
Lester Christen's bus late. Too cold.
100 below zeroa
Sara Ewing visited Miss Mackling. Juniors selected
rings. Basketball games at Bradner. Won both.
Miss Mackling absent in the afternoon.
Styli-Type Club met at June Kurfess'. Mothers'
Club met. Miss Offerman spoke.
C A LENDAK
Basketball games at Walbridge. Won both.
Second semester. New freshman. Jeannetta Hoyt.
entered from Perrysburg.
Junior band practiced as a group.
Group pictures for annual.
Indian summer. Defense Council met.
Annual staff completed.
Basketball games at Wayne. Lost one. Won one.
Booster Club lunch.
Chapel in charge of freshmen. 'Rev. Rickel spoke.
Basketball game with alumni. Won. Last-edition of
the school paper. .
Wood County Teachers' Institute.
Mr. Skibbie visited.
Junior high basketball game with Lake. Lost.
Dress rehearsal. Patricia, Jerry, and Mary Miller
entered from Panama Canal Zone.
Juniors presented HFixit Incorporated.H Mr.
Sturgeon here. V
Basketball games at Webster. Lost both. Defense
War time. 'Began sale of Defense Stamps and Bonds.
Styli-Type Club at Huss', Sleigh rides. Mothers'
Club met. Snippy Snappy Etitchers met.
Junior high basketball with Woodville. Lost.
Basketball games with Pemberville. Won both.
Drawing for the county tournament.
Junior high basketball game with Webster. Won.
Mothers' Club supper. Paul K. and Lowell Samson
killed a mouse in study hall.
Band played at tournament.
Played Jackson in tournament. Won.
No school. Washington's birthday.
Mr, Amos absent. Junior high game at Pemberville.
Played Bloomdale in tournament, Won.
Played Olney in tournament, Won again!
Finals, Lost to Lake.
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Junior high basketball game at Woodville. Lost.
District tournament drawing.
Red Cross first aid meeting.
District tournament. Beat Gibsonburg. Mrs. Hobart
and Miss Wirick absent.
First air raid drill for the lower six grades.
Beat Liberty in tournament. 33-29
Mothers' Club met. Annual pictures taken.
Played Wakeman at district tournament. Won 32-16.
Chapel in charge of sophomores. Rev. Veler spoke.
First air raid drill for the entire school.
Played Webster in finals at Fremont. Lost 49-21.
Junior high tournament at Webster. Played Cygnet.
Eloise Moenter and Margaret Christen visited.
Mr. Harkness visited.
Miss Tavernier resigned.
Mrs. Busdeker substituting in the first and second
First baseball practice. Track.
Mothers' Club sewed all day. Snippy Snappy Stitchers
met at school.
Miss Offerman visited.
Styli-Type party at McCrary's.
Marcena and Joe took Senior Scholarship Test at
Began mimeographing on the annual.
Surprise quiz in civics. Snow.
Mr. Amos fooled the eighth grade.
Chapel in charge of commercial students.
Good Friday. No school.
Selection Tests at Bowling Green.
Mr. Swantusch absent in the morning. Basketball
Diphtheria im unization and smallpox vaccination.
Senior play cast chosen. First practice at 7.
First baseball game at Woodville. Lost.
Senior invitations arrived. Grade cards. Snippy
Snappy Stitchers entertained eighth grade girls.
Baseball with Pemberville. Lost. Who caught 87
fish? Styli-Type Skating party at Perrysburg.
Baseball game at Bradner. Won.
Baseball game at Webster. Won. Junior class party
Baseball game with Woodville. Won. Teachers
issued sugar cards to retailers.
Mother's Club met.
Defense Meeting at 8 P. M. Band played.
Seventh grade roast at Gretchen Snyder's. Baseball
game with Bradner. Won.
In the District Scholarship Tests at B. G, Chester
Chambers won first in algebra.
Teachers issued sugar rationing cards to consumers.
Dress rehearsal. Baseball game with Webster. Lost
Seniors received invitations to Junior-Senior
Seniors presented HThe Antics of Andrew.N
Baseball game at Olney.
Chapel. Rev. Meyer spoke. Styli-Type party.
Baseball game at Pemberville. Junior-Senior Ban-
Freshman party at Roadside Park.
Baseball game with Walbridge.
Senior picnic at Pearson Park.
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The Troy Trojans had the best season ever witnessed
by local cage fans. Twenty boys reported for basket-
ball under Mr. Swantusch last fall, with seventeen of
that number completing the season. The first team,
composed of seven seniors and three sophomores, slashed
through the scheduled season with nine wins and three
The Trojans entered the county tournament with the
county championship in view. The cagers, drawing a bye,
defeated Jackson 35-22, Bloomdale 35-17 and Olney 39-27,
only to be defeated in the finals by Lake 45-25. The
Trojans were led in the tournament by their towering
cehter, Lowen Meyer, who was honored with the position
of all county center
Having won the right to go to the district tourna-
ment in Fremont, the Trojans defeated Gibsonburg 31-23
and Liberty 33-29. This brought them up to the semi-
finals where they smashed Wakeman 32-16. The cagers
now entered the finals against their old rival, Webster
who had defeated' them twice during the season. The
Scots, with the state tournament in mind, overpowered
the Trojans 49-21. Thus the Trojans, bringing home two
trophies, finished the season with fifteen wins and
Season Average Season Average
Points Per Game Points Per Game
Myers 68 6 18 Ruch 19 1.72
D. Stewart 66 6 OO Tracy 2 .18
Moenter L5 4 O9 Schmeltz 'Z .18
Miller lO 90 Reamsnyder 17 1.54
L. Stewart 32 2 90 Evans 8 .74
The reserves won seven' of the eleven scheduled
games. They suffered two defeats at the hands of
Webster, one in an overtime with Olney and one with
Wayne. They won from Portage, North Troy, Risingsun,
Lake, Bradner, Walbridge and Pemberville. The young
cagers almost shut out Lake by'a 26-4 score. With the
first team losing seven seniors, these boys will have a
big job on their hands next year to hold up Troy's
The junior high team, coached by Mr. Rider, started
late in the season by playing every Tuesday and Thurs-
day noon and practicing on Wednesdays after .schodl.
This team developed rapidly. They lost games to Woodd
ville, Lake, Webster and Cygnet. They won from Webster
Lake and Pemberville. The players were: W. Kurfess,
Huss, Hannah, Hotmer, Jacobs, Samson and C. Kurfess.
Top Row: Mr. Amos, Gene Hannan, LeRoy Stewart, Glen
Reamsnyder, Gene Rucn, Lowen Meyer, Lyle Myers,
Robert Young, Robert Harmeyer, John Hannan, manager.
Bottom Row: Donald Stewart, Clyde Tracy, Dale Grubs,
Cornell Juergens, Joe Loomis, Donald Miller, Donald
Schmeltz, Robert Evans.
Marcena Michel, Carolyn Johanssen
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The 1941 football season started much the same as
any other average season. We journeyed to Waterville
and came home with a tied game 19-19. Then Risingsun
came here and took a game from us 2l-20, scoring two
points in the last five seconds of the game. No great
potential strength showed up in these games and no one
was expecting the whirlwind finish that ended the
season. As in former seasons, the blocking was 'poor,
passes went wild, running was sluggish and no great de-
fensive strength came to light.
We then went to Maumee and played
second and third string substitutes
man team and took them to camp 50
first time our boys really were able
A rough Jackson-Burgoon team came
and went home with the short end of
our second game with Risingsun we
a team composed of
from their eleven-
0. This 'was the
to click. And did
here the next week
a 31-6 score. In
outplayed them the
first half, but they came back strong and took the game
With this mental hazard out of
the way, the boys
settled down to a scoring spree that set a record for
Troy that will be hard to beat. On
they took Monclova 46-20, Bradner
with Bloomdale 66-12. This gave us
56-26 and finished
the impressive re-
of 300 points against 120 for our opponents.
The highlight of the season was the Bradner game.
Bradner had been beaten by Risingsun by only one touch-
down and had a heavy team and one of the fastest backs
in the county. In spite of this, the Trojans ran and
passed them to a standstill. The first four plays that
we had, the ball netted three touchdowns. Three times
during the game we scored on the first down and scored
four times from their plays. The Trojans played real
ball that day.
Who were these mighty Trojans? Four seniors, seven
juniors, four sophomores and two freshmen--just seven-
teen fine boys who liked the bang-up game of football.
Will we miss the senior boys? We surely will! Will we
have good boys to take their place? We certainly will!
Glen Reamsnyder, who transferred to Luckey last fall,
was ineligible but practiced with the squad.
John Hannan, a seventh grader, faithfully ,performed
the duties of manager but was not eligible for a
Five boys--Cornell Juergens, Joe Loomis, Lowen Meyery
Robert Young and Lowell Hanely--received gold foot-
balls from the Civic Club at the football banquet.
Joe Loomis was chosen by the squad for our 1941
captain and served the team very well. It was the
second season for Joe. Gene Hannan takes over the
duties of captain for next year, and we all feel sure
the position is in capable hands.
The team wishes to express its gratitude to our
coach, Mr. Amos, for his efforts in the past four
The team expresses its pthanks to the community for
its fine support throughout the season and especially
to those who made the banquet possible.
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E. H. Rider ----- Junior High School Basketball
V. S. Amos ----- Football
H U M Q K
NBawling outn--the only time in a student's life he
wishes there were a hole in the floor beneath him.
NFreshmanN--belonging to the Cradle Roll.
NJuniorsN--a group of beings who are fast becoming
seniors mentally C??J as well as physically.
nFacultyW--a group of educational enthusiasts.
WGradesn--a monthly edited by faculty.
HExaminationn--an instrument of torture wielded by
the teachers with great effect.
HBlotterN--a thing you spend your time looking for
while the ink is drying.
WTuba playern--a fellow who's all wrapped up in his
What all the girls are going to do since Uncle Sam
is calling all the boys.
Why Dick Hannah always comes to school late in the
morning. fLate night hours?D
What was so exciting at the airport that drew Esther
Why the mail was overflowing at the post office when
Webster played basketball at Springfield.
If the future senior class will be as tormenting as
the class of '42.
Can You Imagine
Cornell Juergens ever studying.
Marcena Michel without her large vocabulary.
Class of 1935
Bowling Green, Ohio
Virginia Phillips Hayward
Marie Samson Daily
Ethel Samson Hasel
Pres. Ethel Samson
Vice Pres. Blanche Rach
Sec-Treas. Della Christen
Class of 1936
Valda Aspacher Welling Lackey,,Ohio
Chester Miller Lackey, Ohio
Ardith Phillips Scott Lackey, Ohio
Rath Emmitt Liberty Center, Ohio
Carolyn Fahle Lackey, Ohio
Mary Ream Reed Bowling Green, Ohio
Wayne Raab Toledo, Ohio
Wilma Samson Lackey, Ohio
Helen Heise Loomis Lemoyne, Ohio
Arda Jaergens Witker Pemberville, Ohio
Frederick Joseph Lackey, Ohio
Doris Kahlenbarg Sander Pemberville, Ohio
Donald Witker Pemberville, Ohio
Rath Welling Frank
Vera Weiland Raab
Wilma Webb Blecke
Pres. Delton Welling
U. S. Army
Vice Pres. Wayne Raab
as. Valda Aspacher
Class of 1937
Evelyn Briggs Jones Toledo, Ohio
Ruth Miller Stebel Lackey, Ohio
Laaretta Miller Braeggemeier Lackey, Ohio
Gertrude Christen Bowling Green, Ohio
Earl Lewis Rife Lackey, Ohio
Lila Rickel Layman Toledo, Ohio
Annetta Hoelter Hansen Lackey, Ohio
Harold Stebel Lackey, Ohio
Herman Sander Lackey, Ohio
h Class of 1937 Ccontinuedl
Raymond Hansen Toledo, Ohio
Elsie Jacobs Bockman Fostoria, Ohio
Louise Williams Riker Toledo, Ohio
Ben Loomis Lemoyne, Ohio
Meredith Rex U. S. Army
Pres. Earl Rife Vice Pres. Louise Williams
Sec-Treas. Annette Hoelter
Eleanor Eilert Avers
Eleanor Samson Reitzel
Alice Jacobs Mock
Class of 1938
U. S. Army Air Corps
U. S. Army
Arlu Layman Monke Luckey, Ohio
Helen Myers Bloomdale, Ohio
Pres. Arlington Helm Vice Pres. Norman Miller
Sec-Treas. Marie Sander
Betty Evans Alexander
Annabelle Stebel Thornton
Dolores Schudel Heise
Class of 1939
Class of 1939 Ccontinuedb
Pres. John Johanssen Vice Pres. Annabelle Stebel
Sec. Dolores Schudel Treas. Betty Evans
Opal Helm Noss
Marvalene Samson .
Pres. William Schudel
Sec. Margaret Christiansen
Pres. Catherene Christiansen Vice
Sec. Margaret Christen
Class of l9AO
Bowling Green, Ohio
U. S. Army Air Corps
Class of l9Ll
Pres. Arlene Hoelter
Treas. Marian Eilert
Lost Hills, Calif.
Pres. Forrest Swartz
Treas. Mary Loomis
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OUR GRADUATES IN SERVICE
On May l, six of our Alumni boys were in the ser-
vice. They heard their country's call and were willing
to answer it. In the future more and more of our grad-
uates Will hear and willingly answer the same call. We
are proud of our boys in the armed forces wherever they
may be. HATS OFF TO THEM ALL!
Delton Welling, a graduate in 1936, is in the Medi-
cal Regiment at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Meredith Rex, who was a graduate in 1937, is now at
Camp Polk, Louisiana.
Clell Hanely graduated in 1938 and is in the Field
Artillery at Camp Cooke, California.
Keith Musser graduated in l94O and has recently been
made a sergeant at Victoria Field, Texas. He is hoping
to be a cadet soon.
Frederick Joseph enlisted in the Navy Air Corp and
Arlington Helm enlisted in the Army Air Corp. Both
boys are waiting to be called.
Quite a number of local boys who attended Troy but
did not graduate are serving their country.
Buzz: nThose auto engineers are certainly geniuses at
making driving easier.U
Dale: HHow's that?N
Buzz: 01940, no running boards: 1941, no gear shifts:
Don: Ulf anything moves, you shoot.H
Dutch: WYassah, and if anything shoots, I moves.N
June: NWhy did you stop singing in the choir?W
Carolyn: WBecause one day I didn't sing and somebody
asked if the organ had been fiXed.N
Mr. Amos: HThis theme surely is poor. Where did you get
your subject matter?N
Gene: NFrom your lectures.H
Paul: WWho gave you that black eye, Gork?N
Cork: HNobody gave it to me. I had to fight for it.H
Kenneth: Centering the libraryl "I want the life of
Miss Rolfes: NSorry, but Brutus beat you to it.n
Mr. Rider: nwhy were you late to school this morning?N
Dick: NBecause the bell rang before I got here.H
Employer: HAnd can you write shorthand?N
Lois J.: HYes, but it takes me longer.W '
Teacher: HBob, what is that lump in your cheek? Are you
Bob: UNO, I ain't chewing gum. I'm just soaking a prune
to eat at noon,U
Mother: HYou're late for breakfast, Junior: but I see
you made your bed very nicely.W
Junior: NYes, that's what took the time. I didn't make
my bed at all--I just got out of it very care-
Iota: NI wouldn't marry the best man living.H
Mart: NI'm sorry you feel that way about me, but thanks
for the compliment.N
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this and the surrounding communities
for their eo-operation in making
this, our second annual, possible.
When in need of their services, Kind-
ly give them due consideration.
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Berry, Martin -----------
Bishop Bros. ------ ------
Bowman-Hanna R Middleton
Brockseker, Emmet H. ----
Central Men's Shop ------
Central Mills Inc. ------
Chambers, Fred ----------
Collier, Floyd A. -------
Col1in's Garage ---------
Danny's Restaurant ------
Dierkshiede, H. W. CDL!-
Dorman's Restaurant -----
Eckert, Rolland W. ------
Eisenhour Motor Sales---
Exchange Bank, The ------
Froney, A., A Co. -------
Farmers Savings Bank, Th
Gillespie, W. J. --------
Gross, D. D. ------------
Hale, Fred --------------
Harms Ice Cream Co. -----
Helm, Harvey ------------
Hemminger, Arthur -------
Herff-Jones Company -----
Hobart-Bowlus Co., The--
Isch, Arnold F. ---------
Jack's Tire Shop -------
Jacobs, Irvin T. --------
Jacobs Meat Market ------
Juergens, L. H. ---------
Kaemming, C. F. ---------
Kuhlman's Storage Locker
Kurfess, Robert ---------
Ladd, Raymond -----------
Landwehr, J. H. ---------
Lang, J. F. lDrD --------
Lasher, J. D. -----------
Limelite, The -----------
Linkey's Bakery ---------
Livingston Studio, The--
Glauser's Greenhouse ------- -------
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Loomis, Clyde A. -------------------------- '-- ---- --
Louise Beauty Shop ----- - ---------------------------
Luckey Farmers Exchange, The ----------------------
Luckey Garage ---- 4 --------------- -----------------
Luckey Lumber Co., The -----------------------------
Marianne Beauty Shop- ---------------------------- --
McCarthy A Simon, Inc. -----------------------------
Menter M Wolfe ----------------------- -------- ------
Meyer, L. J, -------------------- -------------------
Miller, Leonard ------------------------------------
Myers Store ----------------------------------------
National Gypsum Co. --------------------------------
National Highway Garage ----------------- -----------
Newberry, J. J. ------------------- -------- -------
Nollenberger, H. F. ------- -------------- ------- -
Owens, W. M. -------- -- ------------------- - - ---
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PecK's Place -------------------------------- - - -
Pemberville Bakery -------------- - -------------- - -
Pemberville Elevator association, The ----------- --
Pemberville Lumber Company --------------------- -
Pettys, C. E. CDr.J ------------------------------ -
Rappaports-- ------------------------ -------------
Reitzel, Emil -------- -------------------------------
Riverside Dairy ----------------------- ------------
Roether, Herbert E. ---------------- ---------------
Rolfes Truck Line --------------- -------- -------
Samson, Carl ----------------------------- ---- --- -
Samson k Fortlander ------------------------- ------
Scheidhaurs Bakery ----------------------- - ---- -
Schnoor Insurance ------------------------ -- - --
Schroder Floral Com any ------------------ -----
Sheward, E. W. CDr.5 -------------------- -- ----- --
Sieving, Norman---+ ----------------------------- ---
State Savings Bank, The -------- e ------------- -----
Stony Ridge Lumber S Supply Co., The--f ----- ---- -
Stoots Restaurant ------------------------ - -
Van Nest Janitor Supply Co. ------------- - -
Vic's Ideal Inn ---------------------------- --
Welling, J: Geo. Store --------------------- ----
Williamson, H. L. ------ e ------- - ------- -- -----
Wood County N. F. L. A., The--- -------- - --------
Zimmerman, Dewey -------------------------- ---
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