Troy Luckey High School - Trojan Yearbook (Luckey, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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UEHEE UUQCDDMN 1943: PRESENTED BY UERCDYY-ELUJCEEKEEW VUELEL!-YBCEEE UJIUCEIH SSCEEHCDCDEL LUCKEY,Gl-HO FOREWARD The annual staff of l943 together with the students and faculty take pleasure in presenting the third editipn of the NTrojan.N We give heartfelt thanks to the student body for their cooperation, to Miss Mackling and Miss Rolfes for their helpful advice, to Mr. Amos for his assistance, and to the Livingston Studio for their aid in taking pictures. 2 ' mxcmzon wa, the S-means may of nwfLwu.Q+'vx1- lags H-idx yctnhlly 'iA' this 1 thibili 85551 ibn' bf "Thu -es wr' ow -raw-'ms f . A . N' mimi AIWNFIJX-all SYUMCFEF Editor .... ...,,, M .,A .AA .,..... .,..,.A..AA, . Assistants ,,,.. an Business Manager.Um Assistants ,.MWt ...., Production Managern Photography ..,nn ri.mHi Calendar,,M Athletics.nW Alumni ..... an Art n...,..., .,.,. I ....,......A......,..... .o,...... Assistant. .,,. W Specials. ,...n,,., A Music ,...n,. ..4...... M Activities, .......ti.. , Classes ..,,..,.n.,...n. AdV1SOIS ,...,...,.,..,.... Reportersmwm WWEsther Miller Vera McCrary Nancy Kurfess ... Robert .... Harmeyer ..u .Dale .t,.. ,.... Grubs Joanne Hass . n.,n., .Marie Brinker an ,..t H ,c,. MMWGene Rach Mildred Hutson Gene Hannah nnMRosemary Fortlander .WWWWMWDona1d Miller Violet Schudel WWWPatricia Reamsnyder nWWMnmME1168H Barber n.nWJoyce Baker , ..,,. .H ....4., ,N ....t .Donald Stewart ..,Mara ,..... Jane Christiansen MmMWmMWMMWMmLy1e Myers Wlwwlota Evans HmnmMiss Mackling Miss Rolfes Mr. Amos .nMnnWnMmWRuth Miller, Ruth Kopp Frances Urban, Marvin Moenter Kathryn Jacobs, Virginia Jacobs Chester Chambers, Donald Schmeltz Norma Kopp, Lois Samson Arthur Christen, Corinne De Marco Harley Jacobs, Robert Evans Mary Louise Harmeyer, Jane Bringman Shirley Ann Dierker L MUDMURIUSUUQKXUUGDN , I, 4" 1 Q A,-.IM .VQNZMK Lri 4 ffl ++++f+ f X Z' ,-. V X4 f -f +f'-fx+ X! 4-- 4- fx-I-.1 .+.+-x'+xKfLl 3.4, .Q-X. I' BOARD OF EDUCATION G. V. Huss, President John Hoelter I. T Jacobs, V166 Presldent O. H. RO1f A John Kurfess H. G. Helm, Clerk EFABCEUJUUYY Eff-MEUS V. S. Amos: A. B. Oberlin, 'Toledo University, Bowling Green State, Colorado University. Principal. Freshman sponsor. History, science, and football. Helen Rolfes: A. B. Toledo University, A. M. Toledo University. Sophomore sponsor. Latin and mathematics. Rebecca Wirick: A. B. Wittenburg. Senior sponsor. Home economics and dramatics. Dora Mackling: B. S. Bowling Green State. Junior sponsor. Com- mercial. Wirt Faust: A A. B. University of Wisconsin, A. M. Harvard Uni- versity. Eighth grade sponsor. English. Doyce Filiere: B. S. Bowling Green State. Seventh grade sponsor. Science, industrial arts, basketball, baseball, and track. Mabel Brown: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Fifth and sixth grades 0 Mary Crocker: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Third and fourth grades. Janet Smith: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Second grade. Substitute. Joy Mercer: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Second grade. Doris Wilhelm: Diploma. Bowling Green State. First grade. Jennie Hobart: B. S. Kentucky University, Missouri University. Music. 8 R. Wirick W. G. Faust H. Rolfes D. Wilhelm V. S. Amos M. Crocker M. Brown D. Mackling D. F. Filiere J. Hobart J. Smith HUEFUEQS EPCDCDEL Way back in 1931 A group of students entered school. This group is now our senior class Who stuck one toe into life's pool. The next year found this model group Advanced into the second gradeg For after testing out the pool They started into wade. So on they struggled, up and up Each year more brilliant than the pastg And then in 1939 They reached the freshman class at last. Initiation came this year And strange sights wandered through the halls. The boys were all seen holding dolls The girls were wearing overalls. The next year found them sophomoresg They all were growing just like weeds. They didn't have much trouble for Their brilliant minds solved all their needs. The junior year was next in line Along with it came their class ringsg The banquet and the junior play All these occurnn and other things. The senior class, the top at last Their efforts had not been in vaing They'd learned and studied all their years The teachers' work had been their gain. The school began to feel the war When Gene departed from the class. The mails now seem so very full Of notes to him from every lass. They now are leaving all of us They're marching from Troy School. They have completed their twelve years Now they'll be swimmers in life's pool. ------Chester Chambers 10 SIQEINUGDUQQS i -m'..w,x,uu-uunklXX : . . - . a . 1 - . v :K ,.i '4 1 I B .1 SEUZHUGDUQ EBCEUUVUUUEES DONALD MILLER GENERAL COURSE WMine honor is my lifeg both grow in one Take honor from me and my life is done.N Band l,2,3,43 Plays 3,43 Paper Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 Football 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,LQ Baseball l,2,3, 43 Class Officer 43 Track 3,4 ROBERT HARMEYER GENERAL COURSE WWhen I said I would die a bachelor, I did not think I would live till I were married.N Band l,2,3,43 Plays 3,43 Paper Staff 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Commercial Club 33 Football 3,43 Basketball 2,3,Lg Baseball 2,3 IOTA EVANS COMMERCIAL COURSE NHer blue eyes sought the West afar, For lovers love the Western star,N Webster High 1,23 Band l,2,33 Class Officer 2,43 Glee Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus l,2,33 Plays 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Paper Staff 43 Booster Club 3,43 Commercial Club 3,4 MARIE BRINKER COMMERCIAL COURSE UOn with the dance! Let joy be unconfined.N Class Officer 2,43 Glee Club l,2,43 Plays 43 Paper Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 Commercial Club 3,43 Orch- estra l,2,33 Librarian 3 VIOLET SCHUDEL GENERAL COURSE NWho ever loved that loved not at first sight?H Glee Club l3 Paper Staff 2,43 Annual Staff 43 Home Economics Club l,2,3,LQ Play 4 JOYCE BAKER COMMERCIAL COURSE HThe sex is ever to a soldier kind.H Class Officer 33 Glee Club 1,43 Mixed Chorus 33 Play 3,43 Paper Staff 43 Annual Staff 43 Booster Club 2J4 Commercial Club 3,43 Librarian 2,3 ESTHER MILLER COMMERCIAL COURSE HHOW fair and sweet she seems to be.H Band 2,3? Class Officer 1,2,3Q Glee Club 1,43 Mixed Chorus 33 Plays 3,43 Paper Staff 23 Annual Staff 43 Booster Club 2,3,43 Commercial Club 3,43 Orchestra43 Librarian 2,3' , 12 D. Miller ' R. Hameyer I. Evans M. Brinker V. Schudel ' J.Ba1fer ' E.Miller SSENUCDEP AXGIUUVUUUEESE GENE HANNAN GENERAL COURSE NDuty is the sublimest word in the English language.N Plays 3,Ag Paper Staff Ag Annual Staff Ag Commercial Club 3, Football l,2,3,Ag Basketball Mgr. 3,L CLYDE TRACY GENERAL COURSE NHe was a man of an unbounded stomach.H Basketball l,2,3,Lg Football 2,3,Ag Plays 3,45 Base- ball Lg Track l,2,3,A KATHRYN JACOBS GENERAL COURSE UThere's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream.H Glee Club 1,23 Plays 3,45 Home Economics Club l,2 EILEEN BARBER COMMERCIAL COURSE NI have no other but a woman's reasong I think him so because I think him so.N Class Officer 3g Glee Club l,2,hS Plays 3,L3 Paper Staff 2,43 Annual Staff Ag Booster Club 2,35 Commer- cial Club 3,L3 Librarian 3 LOIS SAMSON GENERAL COURSE NUneasy lies the head that wears a crown.N Glee Club l,2, Play Ag Home Economics Club l,2 DALE GRUBS GENERAL COURSE nNever trouble trouble less trouble troubles you.U ' Band 2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 33 Plays 3,L: Paper Staff A Annual Staff Lg Commercial Club Ag Orchestra 2,3, Ag Football 2,3,A IL 1 G. Hannan C. Tracy K. Jacobs E. Barber L. Samson D. Grubs CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of Troy-Luckey Village High School, in the year nineteen hundred forty-three do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. We will to the Senior Class of next year our loyal class cooperation. We hope our generosity will bring them success in the coming year. Joyce Baker wills her freckles to Pat Reamsnyder. Eileen Barber bequeaths an unused history book to Harley Jacobs. Marie Brinker wills her long nose to Roy Christen. Iota to Lyle Dale to Paul Gene Evans bequeaths the gold fillings in her teeth Myers. Grubs wills his HHarry Jamesn trumpet playing Welling. Hannah bequeaths his tardiness to Jack Biler. Robert Harmeyer wills his hearty laugh to John Deuble. Kathryn Jacobs wills her height to Mildred Hut- SOD. Donald Miller has decided not to will Willa Jean Sinclair to anyone. Esther Miller bequeaths her ability to do bookkeep- ing to Leon Bockbrader. Lois Samson wills a half-eaten candy bar to one of the hungry Juniors. Violet Schudel unwillingly entrusts her sailor friend to Ruth Kopp. Clyde Tracy wills his long, peaceful naps in histmy class to Ruth Miller. -Danahbg-fvfawk president, Senior Glass J , . 3 ecre ary, senior C ass 16 ' 1 QEENUCDU? UPUQCDUDU-1l1ESE'iY Well, here I am. I don't know how I got here, but this cloud bank certainly is nice and soft. My, how things have changed down there! Why, there's an old friend of mine--Esther Miller. Where's she going? My, but that Lily Dache hat of hers is smart. She's en- tering a huge office building, and judging from the respect she is getting from the employees, she must be important. Oh, now I see the reason--Esther's name is on the manager's door. Quite a rise from just being a secretary. It's really surprising what I can see from up here- that distinguished looking gentleman in front of the Toledo Blade building, for instance. My goodness, it's Clyde Tracy! I see by the plaque on the building that he is now the Blade's editor. He's really made progress. Why, I can remember when he used to be the boy who left the Blade on our front porch. I see that Admiral and Mrs. Brown down there are giving a ball in honor of the President. I remember her as the former Violet Schudel. She really has ris- en in society, and goodness! Isn't that husband of hers handsome! General and Mrs. McCrary are just en- tering the ballroom. I recognize Mrs. McCrary as the former Joyce Baker. When Joyce was telling us that her only ambition was to be happily married, we never dreamed she'd be hobnobbing with ambassadors' wives and such. Isn't she lovely in that original creation by Eileen? This creator of lovely gowns is none other than Eileen Barber, who introduces all the latest fads Her latest assignment is to design the gowns for Alis Alison's newest film. Mmm, isn't that Dale Grubs con- ducting that marvelous swing orchestra? That man really toots a mean trumpet--something like Harry James' style, only better. That's another example of the unexpected. Anyone who had heard the sour notes he blew in high school would be shocked to hear that lovely dance music. There's General Gene Hannan, too. I wonder what will happen when he and General McCrary get together. Just look at all those medals General Hannan is wearing! With all that weight on his chest, he'll be stoop-shouldered like an old man in a short time. We rather expected this, though, when we saw Gene in his uniform for the first time at Camp Perry. Well, I must leave this lovely party and drift on. 18 suisuma uvamamaca What a nice big farm that is! It's so clean and well kept that it looks almost as if it were taken from a painting and set down there. Well, if it isn't Donald Miller's name on the barn! There's Donald him- self on that tractor out in the field. My, but he makes a handsome farmer--a Greek god in overalls. Don't push, girls. Isn't that Kathryn Jacobs going into that radio building? Why, it looks as if Kathryn is the star on that show coming on in fifteen minutes--yes, she must be. The name of the program is NKate of Honeysuckle Alley.n Good work, Kate, but we knew when we saw you on the stage and heard you on our mock radio program that you were headed for fame. Sometimes I wish I were down on earth. If I were, I'd go to that beautiful modern theater down there. Bet that would be a good play, too--Marie Brinker starring in HThe Golden Bubble.N There are rumors that Marie will act in a Shakespearean play soong she seems to have been created for those dramatic roles, Just take a look at that big dairy! Talk about ultramoderng I'd like to know what that place hasn't got--I see it even has Robert Harmeyer, which is a great asset to any dairy. When we were in high school we couldn't guess what course Bob would pursue, but he seems perfectly happy when he is in the company of his contented cows. lHe's raising pigs as a sideline.J That's really a cute uniform that girl has on. Bet the girls who drive those station wagons have fun. And look who's inside that uniform! It's none other than Iota Evans! I almost didn't recognize her. Shes really snappy-looking. And isn't that Lois Samson she's talking to? I understand Lois writes that new comic strip NAlice, the Anteatern that all the kiddies like so well. I've heard that in many homes the little dears have violent quarrels over who gets to see NAliceU first. I think I'll recline in one of these fluffy clouds and take a nap, ,Gosh, but it's been great seeing all those people who were seniors at good old T. H. S. way back in 1943. ' 19 SSYERIUGDU2 WDSUCDUW Freshman Year President --------------------- Robert Harmeyer Vice President ------------------ LeRoy Stewart Secretary Treasurer ---- - ---- ----Esther Miller The fall of 1939, seventeen dignified boys and girls took their places as freshmen in high school. Before we were classified as freshmen we had to pass a test given by the sophomores in the form of an initiation. We were going to do big things from then on, the first was the election of officers. Our sponsor was Miss Dme inick. In May we closed the year with a weiner roast at the home of Clarence Miller. SOphOII1OI'E YBHI' President ----------------------- Marie Brinker Vice President ----------------- Violet Schudel Secretary ----------------------- Esther Miller Treasurer --------------------- Robert Harmeyer At the opening of the sophomore year Dale Grubs en- tered our iclass from DeVilbiss, making curl enrollment thirteen. During the summer we had lost five former members. Our sponsor for this year was Mr. Sturgeon. This year it was our pleasure to initiate the freshmen. The main event of this year was the freshmen-sophomore weiner roast at the home of Ruth Kopp. Junior Year President ----------------------- Esther Miller Vice President ------------------ Eileen Barber Secretary Treasurer --------------- Joyce Baker .Our main goal for our junior year was to earn money. At the beginning of the year we had the election of of- ficers. We chose our class flower--talisman rose, clam colors--red, white, and blue, and motto--NIf we rest, we rust.W Miss Wirick was our very efficient sponsors .The enrollment was fifteen including one new member, Iota Evans, from Webster. This year we received our class rings, the first 20 - SSEENUGDIQP EHUSSUCDERYY class to receive rings during their junior year . We had two parties, a weiner roast at Roadside Park and a party at the home of Dale Grubs. On February 5, l9L2, we presented the class play, NFixit Incorporated,N a farce-comedy in three acts. We entertained the seniors at a military banquet on May 15, at the school. The entertainment at the banquet was furnished by Miss Mar- cella Peterson, of Bowling Green State University. After the banquet everyone was given a ticket to the show, NKing's Row,H at Toledo. Senior Year President ---.-------.----------- Donald Miller Vice President ----------- ---Robert Harmeyer Secretary ----------------------- Marie Brinker Treasurer -------------------------- Iota Evans At last we were seniors, our studying and fun had not been in vain. We were very fortunate to have Miss Wirick for our sponsor once more. On October 5 we journeyed to the Livingston Studio, Toledo, to have our pictures taken. Always willing to try something new we presented these three one-act plays on March 22, 19L3: a comedy, NThe Hummingbird Hiccups,N a drama, NThe Bond Between,N and a tragedy, NA Night at an Inn.N Although this type of play is not well known in this community it is not doubtful that it will become popular in the future. The new year also brought a few dark days when we started to lose members of our class. In February Rob- ert Harmeyer enlisted in the navy, but returned with an honorable discharge. LeRoy Stewart decreased the num- ber of our class to thirteen. In March Gene Hannah was called to the army, the first student to be called dur- ing the school year. A theater party was riven in his honor. His leaving decreased our enrollment to twelve. Our twelve years of school were rapidly drawing to an end. In April we received our announcements and name cards, and took the state scholarship tests. Our last party together was a weiner roast at Pearson Park on May 7. Cn May 14, we were honored guests of the junias at the banquet. Our goal achieved, we ended the year with the baccalaureate, May 23, and commencement, May25 r I . I GIELXXXSESSDFT ,,,. .J N x u .4 fi ' 3: T:f.f-'ll' 5-211:-.,.,, ., I' 'in 4 :ki M 5'142"Q. 3111255 A Y fa Eff 2 X6 Lv 'Ji , .ul I f'v,'.1"-.f'?N fi? N PV Y' l 1' Second Row: First Row: Absent: Second Row: First Row: JUNIORS Ruth Kopp, Donald Schmeltz, Wayne Samson Leon Bockbrader, Harley Jacobs, Patricia Reamsnyder, Donald Stewart Rosemary Fortlander, Vera Mc Crary, Marvin Moenter, Lyle Myers, Joanne Hnss, Mildred Hutson, Luther' Samson Glenn Reamsnyder SOPHOMORES William Wilson, Ruth Miller, Robert Evans, Arthur Christen, Mara Jane Christiansen, Mary Carr, Shirley Ann Dierker, Elmer MDlen Keith Rife Jeannetta Hoyt, Corinne De Marco, Chester Chambers, Gene Ruch, Nancy Kurfess, Florence De Marco, Billie Jo Hamilton 2k N DEUHUCDU2 NCDUUESS President -------- -------- Lyle Myers Vice President ------------- ---Marvin Moenter Sect'y-Treasurer ---- --------- -------- Joanne Huss Class Reporter --------- ------ ---Glenn Reamsnyder Sponsor ----------------- ------------- Miss Mackling Class flower ---- ---Talisman Rose Class colors ----- ---- Cream and Green Our junior year started with sixteen members, six girls and nine boys. Then Joe Carr dropped out of school making our enrollment fifteen. On September 2A we ordered our class rings and re- ceived them in due time. My,we were proud of them! Two big events of the year were the junior play NWUA Gingern given on February 9, and the junior-senior ban- quet given on May lL. The banquet was in the form of a prom this year. We danced in the gym. The play helped us to meet a lot of our banquet ex- penses, but not all of them, so we sponsored two skat- ing parties at Perrysburg. We made a good showing in football and basketball. Lyle Myers, Donald Schmeltz, Donald Stewart and Glenn Reamsnyder were out for football. These same boys with Marvin Moenter and Luther Samson were out for basket- ball, baseball, and track. The boys were the champions of the inter-class basketball tournament. Not willing to let the boys out-do them, Rosemary Fortlander and Joanne Huss were in the Girls' Chorus. Our assembly programs consisted of plays, readings, speeches, and singing with each one participating at some time. Now, WAl1 work and no play makes Jack a dull boyn, so on March 30, the Saturday before meat rationing, the juniors had a weiner roast at Bowling Green City Park. Afterwards some went to a show, some danced, and some bowled. 26 SCIDU5UiCDMCDU2lfE NCDUEES President ---------------- -------------- Gene Ruch Vice President -------- -------- Chester Chambers Secretary-Treasurer--- -- ---- Mara Jane Christiansen Class Reporter ------- --- ---- Mara Jane Christiansen Sponsor -------------- L ----- ------- + -------- Miss Rolfes The sophomore class has an enrollment of sixteen-- nine girls and seven boys. Billie Jo snemiiton of Dash- ler High School joined our class at the beginning of the year. Eileen Raamsnyder withdrew in October. Our class has taken an active part in music, sports, clubs, and the assembly programs. Gene Ruch was elect- ed captain of the football team for 1943. The sophomores had a Hallowe'en party with the fresh men. They held their Christmas party at school and their wiener roast at Arthur Christen's in May. Nancy Kurfess entered the NPrince of Peacen Declame- tion Contest. She honored our school by. winning two medals. She won first place in the county contest held in Bloomdale and second place in the district contest held in Toledo. Our class sent Christmas and Easter greetings to the boys in the service who are represented on our school service flag. The class rings were selected and ordered but will not be received until next September. Mara Jane Christiansen, Ruth Miller, Nancy Kurfess, Shirley Ann Dierker, Arthur Christen, and Chester Cham- bers are librarians. Nancy Kurfess, Mara Jane-Christiansen, Arthur Chris- ten, Chester Chambers, and Ruth Miller took the Ohio Scholarship Tests in April. Chester Chambers, Mara Jane Christiansen,'Ruth Mil ler, and Nancy Kurfess were on the honor roll the first semester. Nancy Kurfess was a cheerleader. 27 Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Second Row: First Row: Second Row: First Row: Absent: FRESHMEN Illa Evans, Jack Biler, George Young, Wil- liam Kurfess, Gloria Reamsnyder, Frederick Samson Jane Eringman, Mabel Bauman, June Kinker, Marian Bockbrader, Frances Urban, Annabelle Jacobs Mary Louise Harmeyer, Richard Jacobs, Rohmt Hotmer, John Deuble, Virginia Jacobs, Willa Jean Sinclair , EIGHTH GRADE Ernestine Roach, Paul Welling, Wilma Witker, John HEHHBH, Rclland Huss, Norma Kopp, Mar- lyn Rolf Imogene Broka, Mary Helm, Gretchen Snyder, Charles Kurfess, Charlene Hutson, Lena Young, Herbert Samson SEVENTH GRADE Ernest Slater, Grace Emmitt, Elizabeth Emng, Harold Carr, Frederick Rife, Walton Jacobs, George Rife, Alma Neifer Billy Loomis, Roy Christen, Helen Urban, Russel Ruch, Merlin Miller, Donald Van Dyma Dolores Kinker Doris Holtmeyer 28 UWESWMMN KHXWCIIUES President ------------- ---------- Robert Hotmer Vice President ------------------- John Deuble Secretary-Treasurer -------------- Richard Jacobs Class Reporter ------------------- Mary Harmeyer Sponsor- ------------ ------------ Mr. Amos Our freshman class entered high school with an en- rollment of seventeen, eleven girls and seven boys. Willa Jean Sinclair joined our class from Meadville, Pennsylvania. The class had two parties this year. A Hallowe'en party with the sophomore class was held in Kurfess' barn, and in December the class had a Christmas party at the school. After three weeks of school, initiation was imposed upon us. DUJRHIICDUQ U'1UCI3U?I RlUfW'SE The eighth grade class elected the following offi- cers for the year: . President ----------- ------- Charles Kurfess Vice President ------- - ------ Gretchen Snyder Secretary-Treasurer ---- ---- Charlene Hutson Assistant --------------- ------ Lena Young Reporter ------------ ---- ---- Norma Kopp Sponsor -------------------------- Mr. Faust The seventh grade class elected the following offi- cers for the year: President ------------------------ Merlin Miller Vice President ------------------- Russell Ruch Secretary-Treasurer -------------- Helen Urban Reporter ------------------------- Roy Christen Sponsor ----------------------- --- Mr. Filiere Our home room had a governing committee which con- sisted of 6 membersg 3 seventh graders, and three eighth graders. This committee took care of all penal- ty cases within our room. They did very well for being inexperienced. 30 EEHEMEENUAXUW NEWS The enrollment for the grades at the beginning of the second semester was: First grade--19 Second gradee-22 Third grade--17 Fourth grade--ll Fifth grade--22 Sixth grade---19 These pupils had perfect attendance for the first semester: First grade: Barbara Amos, Margie Ernsthausen, David Jacobs, Shirley Jacobs, Janet Jensen, Arlene Rifq and Norma Walker. Second grade: Third grade: and Dale Jacobs. Fourth grade: Fifth grade: Joe Helm. Theodore, Barber, Roger Ernsthausen, Carol Jean Rolf and Joann Schroeder. Naomi Brinker, Charles Baker, Ruth Brueggemeier, Marilyn Coy, and Robert Dierker. Sixth grade: Ellen Christen, Kathleen Kurfess, and LaQuitta Walker. In October Junior Red Gross boxes were packed and mailed. Later, the third letter from a little girl the very nice box Achievement tests were grades except the first. and fourth grades received a in England thanking them for given in November in all the The children were tested in spelling, reading, arithmetica language, and penmanship Again this year they were 87fp above the county median. Each grade enjoyed a Hallowe'en party on October 30 and on December 23, the Christmas party and gift ex- change. In each room, Valentine parties were held on February 12, and Easter parties on April 22. On February 3, the grades thoroughly enjoyed an as- sembly program given by Mrs. Hobart. She brought re- cords and played them for the group. The story of HPeter and the Wolfn was told in music. 31 Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: SIXTH GRADE Donald Hotmer, Leroy Close, Junior Tracy, Franklin Jacobs, Glen Welling, Dale Bock- brader Keith Fleming, LaQuitta Walker, Bonnie Kqp, Geraldine Carr, Kathleen Kurfess, Zoe Ann Wilson, Lorraine Roach James Borcherding, Ellen Christen, Delores Hannan, Darlene Myers, Elaine Helm, Fred- erick Brinker FIFTH GRADE Dale Layman, Delores Hazel, Robert Dierker, Charles Baker, Theone Ruch, Mary Jacobs Shirley Rife, Lloyd Dierker, Marilyn Coy, Jacquline' Minnix, Harold Hoelter, Dudley Welling, Russell Welling Evelyn Dierker, Betty Jacobs, Naomi Brinmmg Natalie Wilson, Marilyn Ruswinkle, Bernard Samson, Ruth Brueggemeier FOURTH GRADE Second Row: Ray Ford, Donald Caris, Ruth Lopez, Doris First Row: Rothenbuhler, Eloise Dierker, Richard Samson Bonnie Hutson, Helen Ruth Snyder, Joann Schroeder, Carol Jean Rolf, Ruth Samson 32 I I N 4 W . .. .-wi-1-ig. V - f--ww Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Absent: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: FIRST GRADE David Jacobs, Lyle Evans, Leonard Van Dyke, Helen Tracy, Kenneth Knitz, Doris Ruswinkle Barbara Amos, Arlene Rife, Janet Jensen, Delores Lopez, Arlene Miller, Ronald Nbhmur, Margie Ernsthausen Alvin Swartz, Shirley Jacobs, Robert Guth- rie, Barbara Carr, Freddie Baker, Jimmy Emmitt, Norma Lou Walker SECOND GRADE Jimmy Ford, Joe Helm, Richard Eilert, Betty Carr, Marilyn Hoelter, Peter Lopez, Ronald Webb Shirley Brinker, Jimmy Helm, Donna Marie Welling, David Kopp, Carrol Baker, Joan Miller, Cathryn Evans, Patty Caris Jeanne Urban, Katherine Hasel, Martha Mal- lery, Wallace Dierker, Florence Miller, Nola DEED Kinker, Janice Guthrie, Charles Albright Walter Holtmeyer THIRD GRADE Walter Jordan, Roger Ernsthausen, Robert Tracy, Janice Hacker, Jimmy Grubs Royce Ruch, Marilyn Miller, Maxine Leking, Martha Rife, Rae Myers, Juanita Lopez Dale Jacobs, Theodore Barber, Robert Aspec- her, Grace Jacobs, Arla Christen, Jeannean Wilson 35 I , CERN YYCDUJ ULBGMQEURIEE A nice handy black market on gum? The Popular Science magazine not creating a furoric stampede when it is placed upon the library shelves? The seventh grade not NCommon Errorn conscious? One of Jack Biler's jokes falling flat? Poetry not dismaying and amazing the majority of the English students? The cafeteria line not Conga-conscious? Miss Mackling's new system of tabulating the libraryb goers and the speakers being abused by the habitants of fourth period study hall? Billy Loomis--a six-footer? Gene Ruch not studying in a diligent manner? The swimming class that made its weekly pilgrimage to the fair campus of Bowling Green University getting there on time? Not missing Hlrishu? The library being a noisy place now? Mr, Filiere not classifying physical education stu- dents as microbes and bacteria? Elmer with his Htelegraph wires? down? Ask Nancy. Chester Chambers not blushing? ' Florence without Corinne? 1 Bob Harmeyer's trumpet just a bit quieter in the band? Donald Miller without his red hat? Dick Jacobs being tardy? 3? MEUUWUUUES Y 2 x 99 re XX X .,.L nl. .s A 4 V13 L X Ik Str' -5 xx r' 5 , if Standing: Seated: Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: ORCHESTRA Donald Miller, Gene Ruch, Imogene Broke, Esther Miller Nancy Ku..ess, Helen Urban, Frances Urban, Norma Korg, Arthur Christen, Gloria Ream- snyder, Wilma Witker, Charles Kurfess, Iota Evans, Keith Rife, Jane Eringman, Mara Jane Christiansen, Dale Crubs BAND Lorraine Roach, Kathleen Kurfess, Chester Chambers, Robert Evans, Gene Ruch, Marvin Moenter, Donald Miller, Charles Kurfess, Illa Evans, Keith Ri e, Zoe Ann Wilson Merlin Miller, Paul Welling, Dale Grubs, Mara Jane Christiansen, Wayne Samson,Iubert Harmeyer, Donald Schmeltz, Elmer Miller, William Wilson, George Rife, Harold Hoelter Mary Helm Corinne De Marco, Russell Welling, Natalie Wilson, Lussell Ruch, Wilma Witker, Gloria Reamsnydev, Arthur Christen, Joanne Huss, Ernestine Roach, Rosemary Fortlander, De- lores Hannan, Florence De Marco Roy Christen, Darlene Myers, Jane Eringman, Billy Loomis, Imogene Broke, Donald Stewart Mary Louise Harmeyer, Harley Jacobs, Ellen Christen 38 DRUM MAJORETTES Florence De Marco, Corinne De Marco Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Absent: GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Marian Bockbrader, Esther Miller, Joyce Baker, Gloria Reamsnyder, Mara Jane Christiansen, Ruth Miller, Joanne Huss, Illa Evans, Shirley Ann Dierker Mrs. Hobart, Virginia Jacobs, Florence De Marco, Rillie Jo Hamilton, Jeannette Hoyt, Marie Brinker, Corinne De Marco, Annabelle Jacobs, Jane Eringman Nancy Kurfess, Helen Urban, Delores Kin- ker, Grace Emmitt, Elizabeth Young, Mary Louise Harmeyer, Eileen Barber, Rosemary Fortlander, Alma Neifer Doris Holtmeyer AO F Second Row: First Row: Fourth Row: Third Row: Second Row' First Row: Absent: JUNIOR BAND Richard Samson, Royce Ruch, Keith Fleming Donald Hotmer, Ray Ford, Glen Welling, James Borcherding, Donald Caris Robert Aspacher, Jeannean Wilson, Marilyn Miller, Ruth Brueggemeier, Helen Ruth Snydeq Arla Christen TOY BAND Kenneth Knitz, Leonard Van Dyke, Patty Car- is, Cathryn Evans, James Ford , Jo- Helm , Shirley Brinker, Carrol Baker, Martha Mall- ery, Nola Dean Kinker, Wallace Dierker Florence Miller, Richard Eilert, David Kopp, Marilyn Hoelter, Betty Carr, Helen Tracy, Peter Lopez, Joan Miller, Ronald Webb, Donna Marie Welling, James Helm Ronald Melcher, Janet Jensen, Margie Ernst- hausen, Arlene Rife, Doris Ruswinkle, Arlene Miller, Dolores Lopez, David Jacobs, Lyle Evans, Janice Guthrie Alvin Swartz, Barbara Amos, Jimmy Emmitt, Robert Guthrie, Freddie Baker, Charles Al- bright, Barbara Carr, Katharine Hasel, Jeanne Urban, Shirley Jacobs, Norma Lou Walker Walter Holtmeyer L2 MSEUSEUCE SENIOR BAND The senior band has the largest membership in its history with an instrumentation of forty-two. This is more than 201 of the school, enrollment. Corinne and Florence De Marco are the drum majors. The band furnished music for the county basketball tournament. It took part in the Infantile Paralysis Program and the U. S. O. Program sponsored by the Moth- ers' Club. ORCHESTRA The orchestra, composed of 16 members, has practi- cally a new personnel this year. It consists of three violins, four clarinets, one piano, one bass viol, two horns, two trumpets, one C melody saxophone, one bells, one drums, and one baritone. The orchestra furnished the music for the Junior Play, the Senior Plays, and Commencement. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The girls' glee club has a membership of twenty- five. Nancy Kurfess is the pianist and Mary Louise Harmeyer the librarian. In October, this group sang WSleepy Hollow Tunen and WI Passed by Your Windowu for the Mothers' Club. For the Christmas Program the girls sang NAll Out for American and NBritish Children?s Prayer.n For the U. S. O. Program they sang HParade of the Wooden Soldiersn, NSummertimeN, and HMy Beautiful Lady.W At the May meeting of the Mothers' Club they sang nThe Song Is Youn, WNightfall in Granadan, WVilia? and NChinese Lullaby.H TOY BAND The toy band, with Wilma Witker at the piano, played these selections for the Christmas Program: NJingle Bellsn and NPaul'on the Hillside.' LL CEUIWUQUMQS CDEPUEUQEEU U!-il USHE DIDN'T BELIEVEN presented by The Elementary Grades Director--Mrs. Hobart Pianist--Nancy Kurfess CHARACTERS DOROTHY, the little girl who doesn't believe ----------- Bonnie Hutson TMO ELVES--Joe Helm and Dick Eilert DOLLS--Norma Lou Walker, Arlene Rife, Patty Caris, Florence Miller, Joan Miller, Jeanne Urban POINSETTIAS--Ruth Samson, Joann Schroeder, Carol Jean Rolf, Helen Ruth Snyder, Maxine Leking, Janice Hacker TRAIN--Glen Welling, James Borcherding, Franklin Jacobs Ronald Beam, Peter Lopez, Ray Ford MISTLETOE AND HOLLY--Doris Ruswinkle, Barbara Amos, Aim Christen, Jeannean Wilson, Marilyn Miller, Marilyn Hoelter, Nola Dean Kinker, Cathryn Evans WIND UP TOYS--Carrol Baker, Kathryn Hasel, Shirley Rink er, Barbara Carr, Shirley Jacobs CRNDLES--Alvin Swartz, Charles Albright, David Kopp, Walter Holtmeyer, Ronnie Webb, Wallace Dierker, Fred- ie Baker SANTA CLAUS OF THE STREET--Dale Bockorader, Dale Layman Gene Reamsnyder, Bernard Samson, Jimmy Ford GIFTS--Elaine Helm, Darlene Myers, Mary Jacobs, Marilyn Coy, Marilyn Ruswinkle, Delores Hazel JUMPING JACKS--David Jacobs, Ronnie Melcher, Leonard Van Dyke, Jimmy Helm HOUSEWIVES--Delores Hannah, Ruth Brueggemeier, Evelyn Dierker, Kathleen Kurfess, LaQuitta Walker, Geraldine Carr, Zoe Ann Wilson, Bonnie Kopp, Ellen Christen, Lorraine Roach MERCHAHTS--Harold Hoelter, Frederick Brinker, Dudley Welling, Russell Welling, Donald Hotmer, Keith Flem- ing, Robert and Lloyd Dierker, Leroy Close, Charles Baker, Alfonso Lopez 45 N COM ERCIAL CLUB Second Row: Miss Mackling, Elmer Miller, Donald Sch- meltz, Wayne Samson, Marvin Moenter, Dale Grubs, Ruth Miller, Iota Evans First Row: Vera Mc Crary, Joyce Baker, Esther Miller Third Row: Second Row: First Row: Shirley Ann Dierker, Marie Brinker, Eileen Barber BOOSTER CLUB Illa Evans, Patricia Reamsnyder, Gloria Reamsnyder, Mara Jane Christiansen, Iota Evans, Shirley Ann Dierker Ruth Kopp, Joyce Baker, Esther Miller, Miss Wirick, Joanne Huss, Nancy Kurfess, Vera Mc Crary, Billie Jo Hamilton Rosemary Fortlander, Frances Urban, Mildred Hutson, 'Willa Jean Sinclair, Mary Louise Harmeyer, Jane Bringman L6 E HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Third Row: Miss Wirick, Shirley Ann Dierker, Kathryn Jacobs, Mary Carr, Ruth Miller, Patricia Reamsnyder Second Row: Billie Jo Hamilton, Marian Bockbrader, Violet Schudel, Ruth Kopp, Lois Samson, June Kinker First Row: Annabelle Jacobs, Jeannette Hoyt, Florence De Marco, Corinne De Marco, Mabel Bauman, Virginia Jacobs LIBRARIANS Standing: Mary Louise Harmeyer, Wilma Witker, Arthur Christen, Chester Chambers, Norma Kopp, Miss Rolfes Seated: Jane Bringman, Joanne Huss, Ruth Miller, Mana Jane Christiansen, Nancy Kurfess, Shirley Ann Dierker L8 QEELCUEBSE BOOSTER CLUB NBe a booster, not a booerin President, Rosemary Fortlanderg Secretary, Vera Mc Crary, Vice President, Mildred Hutsong Reporter, Ruth Kopp. CKPTAINS: Tickets: Mara Jane Christiansen, Joyce Baker, Hikes: Esther Miller, Cheering Sguadz Willa Jean Sin- clairg Basketball: Iota Evans, Ice Cream: Frances Ur- ban, Joanne Huss, Patricia Reamsnyderg Defense Stamps: Ruth Kopp. Pin awards for this year were the following: ' THIRD YEAR--GOLD: Rosemary Fortlander, Joanne Huss, Vera Mc Crary, Esther Miller, Patricia Reamsnyder. SECOND YEAR--SILVER: Nancy Kurfess, Ruth Kopp, Iota Evans, Mara Jane Christiansen. FIRST YEAR--ERONZE: Frances Urban, Willa Jean Sinclair, Mildred Hutson, Mary Louise Harmeyer, Illa Evans. COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club consists of the commercial stu- dents having A's and B's. When the grades go below this standard, students lose their membership. Several par- ties were enjoyed during the year. In November the club sponsored a skating party. The officers are: Pres.--Esther Miller V. Pres,--Marvin Moenter Sec.-Treas.--Marie Brinker Reporter--Ruth Miller Program Ch.--Shirley Dierker Sponsor--Miss Mackling HSNIPPY SNAPPY STITCHERSN President ------------------------------------- Ruth Kopp Vice President- -------------- - ------ Marian Bockbrader Secretary-Treasurer Virginia Jacobs Reporter -------------------- ------- Shirley Ann Dierker The Home Economics Club, consisting of seventeen members, have had four social gatherings this year. One committee planned, prepared and served the foodg another sponsored the entertainment. Reports and de- monstrations by the girls were instructive. 50 SCUHCDLDU. UDITXXUTEER SEUMTIT Editor ..,,.4.,... ,H ...,.4, ...,..... ,.,4A.,...,A, in .A.........4A.4. -Joyce Baker Assistant Editor -------'---' --'------"----b Robert Harmeyer News Editor '--'--'-'-""" ""' -i'-i -Q--- HMarie Brinher Boys' Sports ,..... .A...,,. ..,.,.,....,......o......,..,. Gene Ruch Girls! Sports ............. ,..,....,. .....,.. Nangy Kurfess Gossip ,....,.4 ..... A ..., . . ......A .,... , . Eileen Barber Fashign .i.,. .M ..., ,......,.....,. .,...i...,.,,...... Iota Evans Pen Scratches .--A--4- - Q----b-4i NGene Hannan Art Editor r....e.,.......i... ..,.,.,....44.e.. ,.... .... ........ A......... .......,... Donald Miller Assistant Art Editor ----"'------' ---V---.'-----i- Patricia Reamsnyder Exchange Editor .--- -sUm- H '-4r--.-- ----A--.- W Vera Mc Crary Circulation Editor'-H -- - ' -V -4--4---- 'Dale Grubs Musicm .....i,,,....,...,,,.... ,.t.,r., ..,..,.. .t..... .,.....,.i. ..... ..,..... Mrs. Hobart Booster Clubu ..r..V....,..4,,, ..... ..,...i......... Ruth Kopp Commercial Club -r-.-.-'4------.-A is-ARuth r--- Miller Grade News: Seventhwu ---- h --'i-- Roy Christen Eighth..H M .,...,.e,.t.,... . ,.,. M ....,.e.. HUWNormo Kgpp Freshmana '---'4--'AQ- ---4-4-l-'A-----'--i Mary Louise Earmeyer Sophomorenam V---i H in -4-- '--- Mara Jane Christiansen Junior .,...4.,,......,... M, .... ..4.,.............. . Glenn Reamsnyder Senior.. .,VV....... .,....r....r.r. mviolet gohudsl Sponsor ---'- 4 -.,.- -.----,'rls-Aa-rl- Miss Maokling Second Row: First Row: Absent: Third Row: Second Row: First Row: PAPER STAFF Mary Louise Harmeyer, Violet Schudel, Gene Hannah, Chester Chambers, Iota Evans, Gene Ruch, Mara Jane Christiansen, Nancy Kurfess, Dale Grubs, Patricia Reamsnyder, Norma Kqp, Eileen Barber Vera Mc Crary, Marie Brinker, Robert Har- meyer, Miss iMackling, Joyce Baker, Roy Christen, Donald Miller Glenn Reamsnyder, Ruth Kopp ANNUAL STAFF Gene Hannan, Gene Ruch, Lyle Myers, Donald Miller, Dale Grubs Rosemary Fortlander, Donald Stewart, Violet Schudel, Patricia Reamsnyder, Iota Evans, Mara Jane Christiansen, Joanne Huss, Nancy Kurfess, Joyce Baker, Mildred Hutson Vera Mc Crary, Marie Brinker, Robert Har- meyer, Miss Mackling, Esther Miller, Eileen Barber 52 SNIIQIUQDUQ UDUAEIYSE This year, instead of the usual three-act play, the seniors presented three one-aot plays. These plays offered a variety as they consisted of a oomedy,a dnma, and a tragedy. All of these are of good quality, but the outstanding play of the evening was HA Night at an Innn because of its high literary and college rating. THE HUMMINGBIRD HICCUPS A farce by Albert Carriers DR. BUGBIRD, a sad-looking individual ----- DONALD MILLER DR. TWIPPLE, who is short of money ------ ROBERT HARMEYER MISS SQUINK, Dr. Bugbird's nurse ------------- IOTA EVANS MR. SIMMS, a patient of Dr. Twipple --------- CLYDE TRACY MR. GAYE, another patient of Dr. Twipple ---- GENE HANNAN MISS TICK, a nervous woman ---------------- EILEEN BARBER MISS HARDTACK, a determined woman -------- KATHRYN JACOBS MISS SHARPE, a needle vendor --------- ----- LOIS SAMSON THE BOND BETWEEN A drama by Mae Howley Barry MRS. HALEDON, the Governor's wife --------- ESTHER MILLER MISS JOAN MRS. CARSON, the mother of a prisoner--- A NIGHT AT :AN INN BRIGG, her secretary ------------ ----- JOYCE BAKER , her daughter ------------- - --------- VIOLET SCHUDEL --MARIE BRINKER A tragedy by Lord Dunsany A. E. SCOTT-FORTESCUE--fthe Toffl a dilapidated gentle- man ----- --- ------- - WILLIAM Jowss QBillD ----------- - -------- ALBERT Tatmis -------------- ---- JACOBS SMITH fSniggersJ ------ ---- lst PRIEST OE KLESH ----- - --- 2nd PRIEST OF KLESH ---- -- - 3rd PRIEST OF LLESH ---- KLESH --.-------------------------------- These plays were presented with the p publishers. CI --CLYDE TRACY -----DALE GRUBS --DONALD MILLER Rosrnr HARMEYER ----GENE HANNAN --- ---- MR. Amos ermission ofthe DUJRIUCDW UPELAXU THE CAST JAKE TALIMAN: A miserly old pinchpenny. Age about forty. ------------------------------ -HARLEY JACOBS GEOFFREY FREEMAN: Young man of hero type. ------------------4---------------GLENN REAMSNYDER SANFORD LAKEY: A man of extravagant habits, about for- ty years old. ---------------------- LEON BOCKBRADER MARWOOD LAKEY: Sanford Lakey's son. An over indulged youth who has been taught that his father's name is a magical word, and will quickly give him the universe if he wants it. ---------------- LYLE MYERS WUZY WALKER: A would-be chiropractor. -----------------------------------DONALD SCHMELTZ MR. PETERSON: A middle aged man who Keeps the grocery store. -------------------------------- WAYNE SAMSON VIRGINIA TALLMAN: Jake Tallman's daughter. Nicknamed Wild Ginger. A lovable, heart-hungry little girl who faces a life problem which almost breaks her heart. --------------------------------- JOANNE Huss MISS RACHEL LEE: Ginger's best friend. A woman of about thirty-five. ------------------- VERA MC CRARY MISS STANLEY: A health nurse. ------------------------------------MILDRED HUTSON MIZ WALKER:' Wuzy's mother. A woman of forty. -----------------------------------------RUTH Korr BONITA LAKEY: Marwood's sister. A girl of about eight een. A pampered daughter of wealth. -------------------------------PATRICIA REAMSNYDER STAGE MANAcERs -------- DONALD STEWART and MARVIN MOENTER PUBLICITY MANAGER ------------------------- LUTHER SAMSON COSTUME R MAKEUP MANAGER ------------ ROSEMARY FORTLANDER 55 AlUU'lllUfUUGI USMQKDUJEU The athletic banquet, sponsored by the Civic Club, was held in the school cafeteria, March l. The Mothers' Club served the dinner. PROGRAM ' Group singing ----------------------- WGod Bless American led by Mrs. Hobart Toastmaster ---- --------------------- Mr. Harold Grubs Trumpet Solo --------- HGayety Polkau ---------- Dale Grubs Presentation of basketball awards--- ------- Mr. Filiere Violin Solo ------------ WAdorationW -------- Frances Urban Presentation of football awards ---------------- Mr. Amos Instrumental duet ------------ Donald Miller, Dale Grubs accompanied by Esther Miller Speaker ----------- NSports in Generaln----Rev. Johanssen DEUNHQDWSEENUQDER EBAXRKDUJEU The junior-senior banquet was held in the high schai gymnasium on the evening of May lt. The gymnasium was decorated as a garden with a white picket fence and bright colored flowers. In this garden were tables for four at which the seniors, faculty members, and juniors ate. Each person found his dinner partner by mating shoes. They were handed a small shoe with a size writ- ten on the bottom. The couple with the same size shoes were dinner partners. Several special numbers were given in the way of entertainment. The dinner was cooked by the junior mothers and served by the sophomores girls. After the banquet was over the floor was cleared of tables and a smooth, moonlighted dance floor appeared. The rest of the evening was spent in playing games and dancing to the music of Bob Bader. 56 CECDQGDGENQEMEENUM Troy-Luckey Village School School Auditorium -- May 25, l9L3 Processional --------------------- - ----- School Orchestra NFestival Marchn Invocation--U ------------- 4 ------ Rev. H. Heidmann Salem Lutheran Church Salutatory ---- ------ ------- ------ Marie Brinker Trumpet Solo--- ----------- --- ---- Dale Grubs I!MarS1l Valedictory ---- -- ------ --4 ---- Esther Miller Music ------- ------------------- ---Senior Class NThe Buildern HBless This Housen Address ------- ------------------- Mr. Frazier Reams Baritone Solo ----------------------------- Donald Miller "My Regards" Presentation of Class ------------------ Prin. V. S, Amos Presentation of Diplomas ----------------- Mr. G. V. Huss President of Board of Education Benediction ----------------------- - ---- Rev. H. Heidmann Recessional ---- ----------- ---School Orchestra HDianaN Music under the direction of Mrs. Hobart. 57 GIKXELENUDKXER September First day of school. First football practice. Miss Offerman visited. Marcena Michel and Glen Baker visited. Mrs. Wilson returned. Mothers' Club met. First football game at Risingsun. Won. New second grade teacher, Mrs. Mercer. First cafeteria. Football powwow at 7:30. Freshman initiation. Some kids! Football game with Waterville. We did it again! Class pictures taken. October Elections of editor for annual. Congratu- lations, Esther! Football at La Rue. Too bad boys. Better luck next time. Senior pictures taken. First assembly. Rev. Seamands and daughter-in-law spoke on life and customs in India. First fire drill. Snippy Snappy Stitchers met. Senior proofs arrived. Football at Monclova. Lost. Who put the kitten in the study hall? Would you know, Midge? Mr. Harkness visited. Girls' chorus sang for Mothers' Club. Senior assembly program. Football with Risingsun. Won. Boys wore overalls to school. Picked up po- tatoes for Mr. Metzger. Picked up potatoes again. Junior assembly program. ' Powwow at 8:00. Football with Bloomdale. Lost. ' Miss Mackling returned from New Jersey. Joyce Baker elected editor of school paper. Football with Bradner. Won. Freshman and Sop- homore Hallowe'en Party at Nancy Kurfess'. Eighth grade Hallowe'en Party at Charles Kurfess' 58 QAXELCERWDAXER October cont'd. Seventh grade party at Helen Urban's. Northwestern. No school. November First basketball practice. Bob H. and Irish managers. Assembly program by freshmen. First advertising campaign for annual. The upper-classmen attended HThe Eve of St. Marku at Bowling Green University. Ohio State Psychol- ogical Tests. Ulnk Blots,W new name for school paper. Faculty meeting. Assembly program by eighth grade. Snippy Snappy Stitchers met. First basketball game at Tontogany. Won one. Lost one. Chuck set mouse traps. Pfc. Earl Lewis Rife visited. Irish caught his finger in the mouse trap. Assembly program by seventh grade. Gas rationing. Doris Fahle visited. Basketball game with Wood- ville. Lost both. Commercial Club skating party at Perrysburg. Bill Schudel, Musician 2nd Class U. S. N., visited Assembly program by seniors. Entertainment by a native of Turkey. December Basketball at Pemberville. Won. Assembly program by juniors. Mr. Harkness and mmte inspector visited. Began sale of War Bonds and Stamps, ' Billy Wilson makes a nice mathematics teacher, doesn't he? Assembly program by sophomores. Gathered first load of scrap. Basketball game at Lake. Won one, Lost one. At- tended another play at Bowling Green, HThe Man Who Came to Dinner.N Basketball with Monclova, Won. Assembly program by freshmen. Mrs. Mercer fell. 59 Q!-MLLFNUD!-BU? December Cont'd. Faculty Christmas party. Mrs. Smith began substi- tuting in second grade. Basketball at North Troy. Won. Marcena Michel visited. Movie, NLife in the Big House.W Icy. No school. Basketball game at Olney. Beginning of Christmas vacation. Grade operetta. January Nancy won second place in declamation contest at Toledo. No school. Bad weather. Selected characters for junior play. Mothers' Club met. First junior play practice. Basketball at Webster. Lost both. No school. Chuck Austin's last day here. Exams. Mr. Sanders and Mr. Stein new custodians. Exams. Basketball with Lake. Won both. Nice work boys! Second semester. Basketball with Walbridge. Won both. Assembly by eighth grade. Basketball game with North Troy. Lost. February Basketball practice at Bowling Green. Assembly by seventh grade. Miss Offerman visited. Joe Loomis visited. First annual pictures taken by Livingston. lnfantile Paralysis program at school. Basketball with Olney. Lost both. Bob Harmeyer left for the Navy. Why was every one teasing Nancy? Know anything a- bout it, Billy Wilson? Leroy Stewart withdrew. Dress rehearsal for junior play. Basketball at Monclova, Won both. Theodore Reamsnyder withdrew. Senior assembly pro- gram. 60 ll. 12. 15. 17. 18. 19. 22. 24. 26. 27. l. 2. 3 4. 5. 8 9 10. ll. 15. 16. 17 22 23 2b. 27. 29. 30- 31 U I CEAXIILER4 UDAXUQ February Cont'd. Junior class play, WWild Ginger.n Basketball game at Walbridge. Lost both. Bob Harmeyer received medical discharge from the Navy. Dale Grubs had the chicken pox. Assembly program by juniors. Band played at first session of Wood County Basketball Tournament. Played Weston in the tournament. Won. Keep it up boys! No school. Washington's birthday. Assembly program by the sophomores. Played Cygnet at tournament. Lost. Too bad boys! Played Lake at tournament. Won. See you at the consolation game, boys! Took the consolation from Walbridge. Congratula- tions, boys! March Athletic banquet sponsored by the Civic Club. Rev. Johanssen spoke. U. S. O. program. Played in district tournament at Fremont. Lost. Seniors had play practice during the blackout. Junior skating party at Perrysburg. Inter-class tournament. Senior boys defeated the freshmen. Sophomores selected class rings. Booster Club girls' basketball game. Assembly pro gram by eighth grade. Dale Grubs and Glenn Reamsnyder were examined for the army. Junior boys inter-class tournament CHAMPS. Senior girls inter-class tournament CHAMPS. Gene HEHDBH passed final examination for the army. Assembly program by seventh grade. Assembly program by seniors. Senior class plays. Gene left for army. General Scholarship Tests given to seniors. Junior class party at Bowling Green. First baseball practice. Gene at Camp Davis, North Carolina. Assembly program by juniors. 61 ClfAlllUfIQ4UDAlVRi April April Fool! Senior boys took army A-l2 or navy V-12 officers' training tests at Webster. Students over sixteen registered for summer work. Assembly program by sophomores. Baseball with Pemberville. Lost. A Mothers' Club met. Assembly program by freshmen. History class wrote short notes to Gene Hannah. Eighth Grade State Scholarship Tests. Assembly program by eighth grade. Snippy Snappy Stitchers Easter party. Grade Easter parties. Good Friday. No school. Baseball at Pemberville. Lost. Snippy Snappy Stitchers attended a style show in LaSalle's Blue Room and demonstrations at Singer Sewing Center. District State Scholarship Tests here. Junior class skating party at Perrysburg. May Presentation of awards. Senior roast at Pearson Park. Eighth grade roast at Roadside Park. Dedication of Service Flag. Junior-Senior Banquet. Senior assembly. Senior Exams. Senior Exams. Baccalaureate Services at Zion's Lutheran Church. Commencement. Exams. Exams. No school Grade cards. 62 MUWUEEUUGIS Q36 I' 1 M ,U ij EFCDCDU EBEMLU The l9L2 football squad, consisting of fourteen boys, opened their rather successful season by going to Ris- ingsun. Many faults were uncovered in this game which did not show up in later games. Risingsun took the game 28 to 6. Waterville came here for the Trojans first home game. The local boys started by taking the lead and stayed there throughout the game. After the Waterville victory, the Trojans were dmwwd by La Rue and again by Monclova. The Trojans' second battle with Risingsun was the best game of the season. The game was hard sound foot- ball with Troy taking the lead early in the game and winning by a score of 18 to la. The game with Bloom- dale was close with one side leading, then the other. When the final whistle blew, Bloomdale was leading, 21 to lL. The last game of the season was with Bradner. The first half was slow with neither team scoring. The Trojans began to click in the second half and won the game 32 to 12. AWARDS Certificates Dale Grubs Gene HBHHHH Robert Harmeyer Clyde Tracy Donald Miller Donald Stewart Donald Schmeltz Lyle Myers Leroy Stewart Letters Gene Ruch Glenn Reamsnyder Emblems Robert Evans Robert Hotmer Richard Jacobs The following senior boys received gold footballs from the Civic Club at the football banquet: Dale Grubs Gene Hannah Robert Harmeyer Clyde Tracy Donald Miller Leroy Stewart 61' EFCDCDUEB!5MLIl 1942 SCHEDULE Date Opponent We They Sept. 18 Risingsun T 6 28 25 Waterville H L9 25 Oct. 2 LaRue T 28 61 9 Monclova T 7 14 16 Risingsun H 18 lb 23 Bloomdale H 32 14 1942 SQUAD Player Year Position Hannan Senior Halfback Harmeyer Senior End Grubs Senior Center Miller Senior Halfback Tracy Senior End Stewart L Senior Halfback Myers Junior End Stewart D. Junior Halfback Schmeltz Junior Center Reamsnyder Junior End Evans Sophomore Quarterback Ruch Sophomore Quarterback Hotmer Freshman End Jacobs Freshman Center John Hannah and Rolland Huss were the managers for the team. Gene Hannan was chosen by the squad for their 19L2 captain He served very well throughout the season. He will be followed by Gene Ruch who has been elected captain for 19L3. With the splendid coaching of Mr. Amos, the team was able to go through the rugged season with their hopes high and with the old saying in their minds, Ulf at first you don't succeedg try, try again.n 65 COACH: V. Amos MGRS.: Hass, Hannan G. Hannan G. Ruoh D. Grubs G. Reamsnyder R. Evans R. Harmeyer D. Stewart R. Hotmer D. Miller D. Sohmeltz R. Jacobs C. Tracy L. Myers L. Stewart XYKXUQSSUUU fBli1SU4IfEUU3!S1llEL Fourteen boys reported to Mr. Filiere at the begin- ning of the season--three seniors, five juniors, five sophomores, and one lone freshman. Having lost seven seniors from last year's team, the Trojans had an up and down season but finished in good style. During the season the Trojans came out on the short end with seven wins and nine loses. Opponent Tontogany Woodville Webster Pemberville Lake Monclova North Troy Olney Alumni Webster Lake Walbridge North Troy Olney Monclova Welbridge Weston Cygnet Lake Walbridge North Troy Myers Miller Ruch Reemsnyder Tracy D. Stewart 1942-43 SCHEDULE ' We They 25 AO 30 L2 22 LO 30 29 18 33 L3 27 29 20 22 50 35 29 21 SL 38 36 52 L5 26 29 23 28 28 26 L0 L2 L2 28 19 A4 33 31 37 36 26 27 SCORING County District Season Tourney Tourney Total 169 59 226 53 16 7A 86 17 110 65 11 82 31 ll, 51 78 13 93 Ld EMSEEUEMEE TCURNAMENTS In the county tournament at Bowling Green the Tro- jans defeated Weston. In their next game they were de- feated by Cygnet. Then the Trojans got'into winning form by defeating both Lake and Walbridge and won the consolation. Having won the right to go to the district tourna- ment in Fremont--the fifth time in seven years--the Tre jans were defeated by their neighbor rival, North Troy. Thus the Trojans finished another season that could be called successful. EESEEVES Eleven boys were on the second team this year. How+ ever, three, L. Stewart, M. Moenter, and D. Miller, were advanced to the first team during the season. The boys on the second team had a ,ood season, winning dkwh en and losing nine games. 1942-43 SCHELULE Opponent We They Olney lO 19 Monclova 7 15 Walbridge 24 27 Tontogahy 31 18 North Troy 27 31 Wood ville 16 17 Uebster 2O 13 Pemberville 25 24 Lake 35 19 honclove 38 13 North Troy 22 16 Olney 27 22 Webster 17 2A Lake 26 15 Walbridge 24 13 .69 L. Myers G. Reamsnyder D. stewart COACH: D. Filiere MANAGERS: G. Hannan R. Harmeyer D. Miller G. Ruch C. Tracy M. Moenter UWLBGCDU2 Mr. Faust: HGive me a sentence with an object.N Willa Jean: NYou are a handsome man.H Mr. Faust: NWhat is the object?H Willa Jean: NA good grade.n Dale: WWhat's that gurgling noise I hear?N Midge: NIt's me, trying to swallow that line of yoursl' Father: WDidn't I hear the clock strike three when you came in last night?U Bob H.: WYes, Dad. It started to strike eleven, but I stopped it so you wouldn't be disturbed.N Cop: NDidn't you hear me cry at you to stop?H Mr. Filierez nYes, I did hear somebody yell.N Cop: NWhy didn't you stop?N Mr. Filiere: NI thought it was somebody I ran over.N Bob E.: NFather, I've a notion to settle down and start raising chickens.W Mr. E.: WBetter try owls. Their hours suit you betterl' Etc.--Sign used to make others believe you know more than you do. I Horrible Example--Any problem in mathematics. Sandwich--A thing that if you carry your lunch, wax paper is what you wrap it in. Tangerine--A loose leaf orange. Mr. Smith: WCould I borrow your rug beater?W Mrs. Jones: WI'm sorry, he doesn't come home until six o'clook.n 71 CHEERLEADERS Nancy Kurfess, Jane Eringman RESERVES Second Row: Frederick Samson , Robert Evans, Donald Schmeltz, Elmer Miller First Row: Luther Samson, Keith Rife, Richard Jacobs, William Wilson 72 fl YELL:, Shoot 'em high, Shoot 'em in. Yea team! Let's win! Come on blue! Come on white! Come on team And fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight: Fight! Team fight! Team fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Team fight! Team fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! , Team fight! Team fight! Yea team! Fight! Two steps forward, One step back, A Shimmy and a shammy And a jumping jaokg Susie Q and a truckin' on down, Come on team! Let's mow 'em down! Let's go team! Let's Let's go! Let's fight! Let's go team! Let!s Let's go! Let's fight! P o Let's go team! Let's 1 Let's go. Let's fight! Yea team! Let's go! J go team! Let's wih! go team! Let's win! 3 te m! Let's win! Let's fight! F-I-G-H-T F-I-G-H-T F-I-G-H-T Fight! Fight! Fight! We're with We're with So fight! We're with We're with So fight! Yea team! you team you team Fight! Fight you team you team Fight: Fight Fight! 74 Y 0 Y 4 Let's win! ry Km WUMKXU WCDCUUUD UMIXUPUVERI UU: Frances were to lose her temper all the time? Joyce lost her little fold football? Dale were to find the two teeth he lost during the Waterville same? Marvin didn't have his sister to put that cute wave in his hair? Clyde asked instead of motioned to go to the li- brary? Seniors had a party once this year? Bob Harmeyer discovered there is a ban on chewing gum? Clyde were to win that mile race he has been practio ing for? Mr. Faust had to wait until baseball practice were over to go home? Rosemary didn't have her Uncle Fred to give her chew- ing gum? Arthur Christen grew any taller than he is now? Bonnie Hutson stopped asking her sister for ice cream at noon? Everyone had his book reports in on time? Harley found his class ring? Billy Wilson and Keith Rife parted from each other in physical education class? All the juniors stopped trying to talk at the same time at class meetings? Vera didn't get to drive to school? Miss MacKling's victory garden didn't come up? 76 f-NQLUJMNU s Q " f R L 4 X, X XXXELGJISGRIU Class of l935 Della Christen Bowling Green, Ohio Virginia Phillips Hayward Toledo, Ohio Blanche Ruch Cowell Luckey, Ohio Ross Hessman Toledo, Ohio Marie Samson Daily Pemberville, Ohio Ethe1.Samson Hasel Dunbridge, Ohio Martha Witker Fremont, Ohio Viola Miller Lohrbach Luckey, Ohio Pres. Ethel Samson Vice Pres. Blanche Ruch Sec-Treas. Della Christen Class of 1936 Valda Aspacher Welling Chester Miller Ardith Phillips Scott Ruth Emmitt Gill Carolyn Fahle Mary Ream Reed Wayne Raab Wilma Samson Helen Heise Loomis Arda Juergens Witker Frederick Joseph Doris Kahlenberg Sander Donald Witker Ruth Welling Frank Delton Welling Vera Weiland Raab Wilma Webb Blecke Pres. Delton Welling Luckey, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Bellefonte, Pennsylvania Luckey, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Luckey,'Ohio Lemoyne, Ohi Luckey, Ohio U. S. Navy A Pemberville, Luckey, Ohio Toledo, Ohio U. S. Army Toledo, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Vice Pres. Wayne Raab Sec-Treas. Valda Aspacher Class of 1937 Evelyn Briggs Jones Ruth Miller Stebel Lauretta Miller Bruggemeier Gertrude Christen Earl Lewis Rife Lila Rickel Layman Annetta Hoelter Hansen Harold Stebel Herman Sander Toledo, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Bowling Gree U. S. Army A Toledo, Ohio Luckey, Ohio U. S. Army A Luckey, Ohio O ir Corps Ohio n, Ohio ir Corps ir Corps Henry Heise Raymond Hansen AXUUJOGNU Class of Elsie Jacobs Bockman Louise Williams Biker 1937 ' Pemberville, Ohio Luckeyg Ohio Loraing Ohio Toledo, Ohio Ben Loomis U. S. Army Meredith Rex U. S. Army Pres. Earl Rife Vice Pres. Louise Williams Sec-Trees. Annetta Hoelter Class of 1938 Robert Brinker Donald Bringman Norman Miller Frederick Eringman Paul Baker Eleanor Eilert Ayers Arlington Helm Clell Hanely Howard Schudel Marie Sander Eleanor Samson Reitzel Norma Jacobs Alice Jacobs Mock Helen Witkery Arlu Layman Monks Helen Myers Reddin U. S. Navy ' Pemberville, Ohio U. S. Army U. S. Army U. S. Navy Elmore, Ohio U. S. Army Air Corps U. S. Army U. S. Army Air Corps Toledog Ohio Luckeyg Ohio Luckeyg Ohio Luckey, Ohio Woodville, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Bloomdale, Ohio Pres. Arlington Helm Vice Pres. Norman Miller Sec-Trees. Marie Sander Class of 1939 ' Bett Evans Alexander Y Louis Pertner Donald Ruch Annabelle Stebel Thornton Dolores Schudel Heise Virgil Samson Zella Hanely John Johanssen Betty Landwehr Blevins Wayne Young Luther Moenter Evelyn Helm 79 Luckey, Ohio Us S. Army' Toledog Ohio Luckey, Ohio Pemberville, Ohio U. S. Army Toledo, Ohio Cleveland,'Ohio Washington, D. C. U. S. Army U. S. Army Air Corps Luckey, Ohio S AXUUJMNU Class of 1939 Pres. John Johanssen Vice Pres. Annabelle Stebel Sec. Dolores Schudel Evelyn Bnehrer Robert Bauman Robert Rringman Robert Hessman Glenn Baker Wanda Magee Heard Margaret Christiansen Marian Eilert Rollins Dale Rolf Arlene Hoelter William Sohudel Opal Helm Noss Marvalene Samson Ruth Jacobs Riley Laverne Witker Ronald Layman Keith Musser Pres. William Schudel Treas. Betty Evans Class of 1940 EE? 02 TT!-' cow- 1423 - CII OG 'SH H-an och 'D O D' 5.1. O CQCL' CO U1 n.. Ig: I? 'Te E? PS 142 l-'- D IDG 2-"UI H O O 5'S 'U U1 U. Navy Air Corps Biloxi, Mississippi Toledo, Ohio Woodville, Ohio Woodville, Ohio Lachey, Ohio U. S. Navy Luckey, Ohio Lackey, Ohio Lackey, Ohio Pemherville, Ohio U . S . Army U. S. Army Air Corps U1 Vice Pres. Arlene Hoelter Soc. Margaret Christiansen Treas. Marian Eilert Class of l9Al Bruce Baker U. S. Army Margaret Christen Luckey, Ohio Catherene Christiansen Toledo, Ohio Hazel Deuble Glenn Helm Ruth Kimmel Mary Loomis George Mc Crary Eloise Moenter Forrest Swartz Toledo, Ohio Lachey, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Luckey, Ohio U. S. Army Lackey, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Pres. Catherere Christiansen Vice Pres. Forrest Swartz Seo, Margaret Christen Treas. Mary Loomis R0 Paul Kurfess June Kurfess Betty Swartz Donald Joseph Joseph Loomis Lowen Meyer Marietta Fausnaugh Ardith Spahn Delores Ruch Lois Miller Carolyn Johanssen Marcena Michel Doris Pertner Lois Jacobs Alexander Glen Landwehr Vivian Rife Richard Hannan Kenneth Bockbrader Martin Christiansen Robert Young Geraldine Welling Lowell Samson Pres. Glen Landwehr Sec. Betty Swartz X-MLOJMMU Class of 1942 U. S. Navy Air Corps Toledo, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Ann Arbor, Michigan U. S. Army Lackey, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Luckey, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Oxford, Ohio Lackey, Ohio Richmond, Virginia Luckey, Luckey, Luokey, Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Pemberville, Pemberville, U. S. Army Luckey, Ohio U. S. Army Vice Pres. Joseph Loomis Treas. Ardith Spahn Q1 sf:'r?S- - ' 15 1:51. H if was Simi 12 ,412 f '20 zvgign , 1 Q "' Tai A 2, A ' ,, , gm, ik QQ UDEEUQQGDNQU UNUDEEXX .P K , 5 I, , - ll '7 "',':f1,e K , 7 ',- - Ag J ' I ,A .. I. :.-u.-.Ei:m,-gfjy I "- 'Ei "'f, '- vw ' Y . -1- ' 4. " .Q-aw' ' " 5 f .- 595-' I x f- faffpgfff I 1 Pri' 4 'y 52'-+z'4-"1 AE, + ' ' 1 I ' at 5' x5 RZf"f', 1 4' WE. H' f' !?.:r'6 Q f, in I -si 2 1 ' ' -4 avg I WEWWDHQUUNDEM, Albright, Charles- Amos, Barbara ..... Amos, V. So """' Aspacher, Robert-- Baker, Carrol ----- Baker, Charles ---- Baker, Freddie ---- Baker, Joyce ------ Barber, Eileen ---- Barber, Theodore-- Bauman, Mabel ----- Biler, Jack ------- Bookbrader, Dale-- Bockbrader, Leon-- Bockbrader, Marian Borcherding, James Bringman, Jane ---- Brinker, Frederick Brinker, Marie ---- Brinker, Naomi ---- Brinker, Shirley-- Broka, Imogene ---- Brown, Mabel ------ Brueggemier, Ruth- Caris, Donald ----- Caris, Patty ------ Carr, Barbara ----- Carr, Betty ------- Carr, Geraldine--- Carr, Harold ------ Carr, Mary -------- Chambers, Chester- Christen, Arla ---- Christen, Arthur-- Christen, E1len--- Christen, Roy ----- Q- - --------Q--an 13, Ll, A7, L7 i ------15, Ll, L7, 53, 29, Ll, -o-Q-.---qv----1-up---cf.----u-u-nn. 29, 39, 39, Ll, 47, 49, - - --------- 13, 41, 47, 53, Q--c Q--qu-an---annum --Q--Q -an--1--as-an----Q 2 Christiansen, Mara Jane--25, 39, 39, Ll, Close, Leroy ------ Coy, Marilyn ------ Crocker, Mary ------ 39, 25, 39, L9, 5, 39, 39, L9, ------------------------ 29, 39, 47, 49, sa, De Marco, Corinne ---- ------ ---- 25, 39, 41, 41, De Marco, Florenoe--- ------- ---- 25, 39, Ll, Deuble, John ----------------- - ------------- - Dierker, Eloise ---- - ----------- ------- ---- WERWDNMH UNDEX Dierker, Evelyn--- Dierker, Lloyd ------ Dierker, Robert ------ 1--an-mac: - ----h--ana-naman--.ncaa Dierker, Shirley Ann--- ---- 25, Al, L7, 47, 49, Dierker, Wallace ------ ------------------ 36, Edlert, Richard ----- ------ --------- 36, Emmitt, Grace ------- ---- 29, Emmitt, Jimmy -------- 36 Ernsthausen, Margie ---- ---- 36, Ernsthausen, Roger ----- --- ---- ---- Evans, Cathryn ------- ------------------ 36, Evans, Illa ------- ------------- 29, 39, Ll, Evans, Iota ---- Evans, Lyle ------ Evans, Robert ---- Faust, W. G. ----- Filiere, D. F.--- Fleming, Keith ---- Ford, Jimmy -------- - 13, 39, 47, L7 l as 33 33 L9 L3 L3 41 ---- , L3 43 36 L3 L7 53 43 73 53, ------------------se, 66, ---------25, 39, ---------------9 -------9 ------33, --------------ae, L3 L3 " '-'- 33, L3 53 66 36, Ford, Ray ---------- -- --- ----- ------ Fortlander, Rosemary--- ----------- 25, 39, Ll, 47, Grubs, Dale ------------ ----- 15, 39, 39, L7, 53, 53, Grubs, Jimmy --------- ------------ ---------------- 36 Guthrie, Robert ----- ----------------------- 36, L3 Guthrie, Janice ----- --- ----------- ---- 36, L3 Hacker, Janice ------- -------------- 36 Hamilton, Billie Jo ---- ------ 25, Ll, 47, L9 Hannah, Delores ------ --------------- - 33, 39 Hannan, Gene --------- ------ 15, 53, 53, 66, 70 Hannah, John ----------- ------------------ --29, 66 Harmeyer, Mary Louise--- ---29, 39, Ll, L7, 49, 53 Harmeyer, Robert - ------ ---13, 39, 53, 53, 66, 70 L3 33 Hasel, Kathryn ------- Hazel, Delores ---- Helm, Elaine ---- Helm, H. G. ---- Hdm,Jmmy ---- Helm, Joe ------ Helm, Mary ----- Hobart, Jennie ---- Hoelter, Harold --- Hoelter, John ------ Hoelter, Marilyn --- Holtmeyer, Doris --- Holtmeyer, Walter -- Quqnqqunn- - ann -:nu 1131: 33 ------6 A3 66, 36, 43 29, 39 29, Ll 33, 39 --------6 36, 43 absent absent Hotmer, Hotmer, KPEUQSCDINMEL U?QiUDEE5Qi ,Donald--- Robert--- Hoyt, Jeannetta- G V Huss, Huss, Joanne--- Huss, Holland ---- Hntson, Hutson, Hutson, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobs, Jensen, Jordon, Kinker, Kinker, Kinker, Knitz, Bonnie--- Charlene- Mildred-- Annabelle Betty ------- - Dale ----- David ---- Franklin- Grace ---- Earley--- I. T.--- Kathryn-- Mary ----- Richard-- Shirley-- Virginia- Walton--- Janet -------- - --- Walter--- Dolores-- June ----- Nola Dean Kenneth--- nopp, Bonnie ----- hopp, David--- - Lopp , Norma ------ Kopp, Ruth ------- Kurfes Charles- S9 Kurfess, John--- Lurfess, Kathleen Kurfess, Nancy ---- -- ----25, 39, Ll, L7, 49, 53 hurfess, William Layman, Leking , Loomis, Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Lopez, Dale ----- ..- ......... 25, 25,.39, Al, nga, - --.----------.-.,---,.n.--- ------------25, ---- -------- --- --- ------29, ----------9--.-------- ----...- ....2Q, -- - --------- ---- ---- Ll 29, 7 ---- -- - -,--,--.p-Q - ----- --- ---------- ---- - ----.-----------n------- - --------- 29, 39 - ---------- ------- 25 --- - -- ------ ----26, 39 -.-..,------ D 7 3 -------------------------------- Maxine ------------ ----------------- ---- Billy ---- Alfonso--- Dolores--- Juanita--- Peter--- 33, L3 29, 67 Al, L9 -----6 49, 53 29, 66 ----33 ----29 A7, 53 Al, L9 ----33 ----36 36, 43 ----33 ----36 39 25, -----6 15, 67, 36, Ll, L9 33 73 L3 L9 29 36, A3 ----36 29, L3 29, L9 36, L3 36, 43 ----33 L3 53 L9 29 36, L9, L7, 39, -----6 33, 39 53, '73 ----29 ----33 ----36 29, 39 Absent 36, 1,3 ----36 36, 1,3 PEWWDNMU UNMEM Lopez, Ruth ----- Mackling, Dora ---- Mallery, Martha ---- Mc Crary, Vera ----- Melcher, Ronald ---- Miller, Arlene ---- Miller, Donald ---- Miller, Elmer--- Miller, Esther ---- Miller, Florence--- Miller, Joan ------ Miller, Marilyn ---- Miller, Merlin ----- Miller, Ruth ------- Minnix, Jacquline--- Myers, Darlene ----- Myers, Lyle ------- Myers, Rae -------- Moenter, Marvin ---- Neifer, Alma ------ Reamsnyder, Gene--- Reamsnyder, Glenn--- Reamsnyder, Gloria-- Reamsnyder, Patricia Rife, Arlene -------- Rife, Frederick ----- Rife, George ------ Rife, Keith ----- Rife, Martha ---- Rife, Shirley ----- Roach, Ernestine--- Roach, Lorraine--- C0 Hu """' Rolf, Carol Jean--- Rolf, Marlyn ------- Rolfes, Helen ------- Rothenbuhler, Doris- Ruch, Gene ---------- Rucn, Royce -------- Ruch, Russell--- Ruch, Theone ------- Ruswinkle, Doris ---- Ruswinkle, Marilyn-- Samson, Bernard ----- Samson, Frederiok--- 9, 47, 47, 47, 13, 39, 39, 53, 53, 25, 39, 13, 39, 41, 47, 25, 41, 47, as 39, 47, 53, 25, 39, 29, 39, 39, 25, 47 49, 25, 39, 25, 39, 39, 53, 53, 53, 36, 53, 36, 36, 67, 47, 47, 36, 36, 36, 29, 49, 33, 67, 47, 29, Abse 66, 41, 53, 36, 29, 39, 55:- 33, ---an u-qua: -9, 66, 36, 29, 35" 29, 33 53 43 53 43 43 70 73 53 43 43 43 39 49 33 39 70 36 70 33 29 49 33 70 43 39 33 43 33 33 73 41 nt 70 47 53 43 29 39 73 36 33 39 39 6 WEWSQNMU UHEEH Samson, Herbert ---- Samson, Lois ------ Samson, Luther ------ Samson, Richard ---- Samson, Ruth ------- Samson, Wayne ------- Schmeltz, Donald ---- Schroeder, Joann ---- Schudel, Violet ----- Sinclair, Willa Jean Slater, Ernest ------ Smith, Janet -------- Snyder, Gretchen ---- Snyder, Helen Ruth-- Stewart, Donald ----- Stewart, LeRoy ---- Swartz, Alvin Jr.--- Tracy, Clyde -------- Tracy, Helen ----- -- Tracy, Junior ------- Tracy, Robert ---- - Urban, Frances--- Urban, Helen ------ Urban, Jeanne ------- Van Dyke, Donald ---- Van Dyke, Leonard--- Walker, La Quitta ---- Walker, Norma Lou--- Welling, Donna Marie Welling, Dudley ----- Welling, Glen -------- --- ------------25, 39, 5, 99, 47, 67, 2 """ ""'13g L97 53, ""259 39, 53, 677 "' ""'1Ef ev, 29, 39 29 39 an - Welling, Paul ---------- ----- - Welling, Russell ------- - ---- ----- -------- - Webb, Ronald ----------- ----- --------- -- - Wilhelm, Doris ---------- --- --- -------- Wilson, Jeannean ---- Wilson, Natalie--- Wilson, William--- Wilson, Zoe Ann--- -.-.au-----angs-Q-us-n -nap-v-.-n---..---n- ---------------25, 39 Wirick, Rebecca--- --------- 9, 47, Witker, Wilma ------- --------- 29, 39 Young, Elizabeth ---- Young, George ----- Young, Lena ------ Q-1--Q-up-s was 1-as QQ: ZKXLDXYLEUEUUSLEMEIQIUSS I , ' " '. ' X f"'7, x -I f 'ryqyg 'Q X ' s ry. i ' X ,. l'Xx A X' f . ng-3 M . 4: r Nw 7 X' s V :sw Ll g ', QL x "'-" lr We, the annual staff, wish to thank the people in this and the surrounding com- munities for their splendid cooperation in helping to make this annual possible. 90 ZSXUDWEEURUUSSKEUQSV UIQHDUEXX Name Page Art's Men's Wear ------- Babione, A. Aa, cDI'u,"" Balfour, L. G., Company, The Berry, Martin ----- Bishop Bros. ----------- Bowman-Hanna and Middleton-- Brockseker, Emmet H.--- Central Mills Inc. ----- Chambers, Fred -------- Danny's Restaurant ----- Eisenhour Motor Sales-- Exchange Goodall, Bank, The ------- Sl Ea """" Grassland Farms ---- Helm M Berning ----- -- Helm, Harvey ------- ---- Herff-Jones Company, The ---- Hobart-Bowlus Co., The- Jacobs, Irvin T. ------- Jacobs Meat Market ---- Kaemming, C. F. -------- Landwehr Lang, J. Funeral Home-- Fc, ""' Limelite The --------- 2 I Linkey s Bakery -------- Loomis, Clyde A. ------- Luckey Farmers Exchange, The Luckey Garage ---- - ---------- Luckey Lumber Co., The- Marianne Menter Q Mothers' National National Beauty Shop--- Wolfe --------- Club, The ----- Gypsum Company Highway Garage Neidermeir, E. F. ------ Owens, W. M. ----------- Pat's Barber Shop ------ Pemberville Bakery ---------- Pemberville Elevator Ass'n, Peck's Place ---------------- Price , William, fDr. J -- Rappaport's ----------- Riverside Dairy ----- - -n--non me 91 102 104 10L 107 107 100 106 99 94 100 105 95 106 100 102 95 104 103 99 106 100 99 107 105 107 107 97 105 97 107 98 93 96 98 106 105 99 100 101 102 101 100 101 IXBUDVEEERUUSEEUQSVI UNUDEEXX Name Page Roether, Herbert E.-- ----- -- Samson, Carl ----- ----.- g--Q-na-p Samson k Fortlander ---- --- Schnoor Insurance --n---an--n up---n--an-n----7---nn Schroder Floral Company, The ---------- Stony Ridge Lumber Q Supply Co., The ---- Stoots' Restaurant -------- Vic's Ideal Inn-- Welling Store, J. -4-----n-u--n--n--n-u-- - GeOp"' Williamson, Harry L. ---- - Woodville Cleaners -------- Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mrs Mis Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr, Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. S UDEXUERGDHS and Mrs. and Mrs. Rachael and Mrs. and Mrs. Melissa Rebecca and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. William and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. 3715. Mrs . Miss Helen Mr. and Mrs. Honas Bringman Lester Kopp Wilson Wirt Faust Ernest Witker Lehman Wirick Bnbione V. S. Amos H. W. Myers Clarence Rolf S. Eberhart W. Harmeyer Sanders Wayne Neifer Walter Ruch Lester Coy Gordon Huss Rolfes Adelbert Nehls 92 107 103 98 100 10A 98 107 103 102 101 103 COMPLIMENTS OF UIIHEE ISGGDUUWEUQQSQ CEELUJU3 , of TKOYLUCKEY VILLAQE SCHOOL We salute Troy-Luckey Village School Teaching the principles of Freedom and Good Citizenship HThat Freedom Shell Not Perishn Fred Chambers Marian Rollins Esther Miller 91, l I , 1 1 l 1 Z CCELMPLWIENTS CLF 7 THE. EXCHANGE? BANK LUCKEV, OHIO ,--' . E MS Q6 V040 on il VOR EA"H' A N sfcsnro 5 O, .5 . QW Suoo QF E J mqxmvm 'S C lusullmtl 3, '34 Sb I MEMBER Wm INTEREST pmt ON DEPOSITS YC-UR HGME BANK F012 MFL-RE THAN A Tsnm CF A CENTURY We sell only SURE INSURANCE which is sold by QUALITY E DEPENDABILITY not by PRICE. You get just what you pay for in insurance just as you do in the burchasing of any com- modity. When Insurance is cheap there is a hook in it somewhere. We can insure anything on earth that is insurable through our many connections. mhuwuioq E1-EEEEENA MUEEERIU LUQKEY, of-no 95 Ju ',, We are proud of the part our employees are taking in the manufacture of material essential for fighting the war for Freedom, which includes free schools, and for the Bonds they are buying Appreciation of Free American Schools can best be shown by buying more stamps and bonds. National Gypsum Company 96 . ,tix wx 155 5 Q- - ,. N' k no, 2, J Q xi ,.,. I my 121. .12 seiea 5:5-ff? 2222132 5,1 - EE 5:11 f. C1 ':- Ro. '-Q : .553 4535: LUMBEIQ AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES ' COAL IIAIQDWAIQE PAINTS I'IfjIJPCJIN.IJ ELECTRIC IKANGIES 53. IKEEIQIGEISPYIOISS PLUCKEY PHONE :'ZI9I OHIO THE KUCREE W6 are ,L me S3 f arfboanvrsanf J 4 ff wm3IuJvuuuLE "wi Arm ro envs YQU SERVICE 97 ' ,QQGAQ -----Q - .:.a- -f MQQPN-:E '27 30 fviiix-iLVilff BATTEPXY CHARM-1, New AND USED CARS MENTEIQ WOLFE , 3. - l,'VvE.x:- ..,, lzwfzgfzf-a - ,.g' I .I , " ii-' ,ja-'5,Z9,5g. . . PEMBERVILLE fxumomzso AGENCY Qi-IIQ QU!-XKER STATE ALIEMITE SINCLAIR OILS i: z'- ---- SEBDGSGDH IQWUD RTCDERUHFXNUDIIUQ GENERAL MERCHANDISE . PHQNET2 LUCKEY, C. QQMPUM-mfs OF STONY MUSE LUMELEK AND SUWLY CQ, S'IONY RIDGE :uma Qabmwumfmmns cum QDQJ W W R N H COM LIME S -Ee- It iii Sim OF NW N E PIiUDEN'IIfXI,-"'-""- -H-IPISUIUXNCE-' ------COIfIPA NY DEI-IYDRATED A, E, G, AND K PROMOTES Growth Long Life Health Vigor Appetite Digestion Reproduction SUNC URED BLENDED FOR UNIFORMIT Y AND COLOR 0 CALL US LUCKEY 2451, HIGH VITAMIN D o o I UNIFORM GRINDSI ALL GRADES ECIZTERIUUQAXEL moans, UIQICE. I DUNBRIDGLOI-IIO .l CQMPLIMENTS OF IIIZSXIQIIDWEIEU-IEI2 FUNERAL HOME AMBULAIXICE SERVICE PHONE 2802 LUCIZEYE OI-110 E DI munpmm omumomp EQ ? EEQMEBW QAQBEQ I I I l Ju- ,, - ,Y , nl E740 CEUMQICDQDER URISSHJUEAXIQKIIEE DANNY 3'aESTAUKANT MSIE-HGIW 2 WOODVILLE, 0. GINSURE WITH SCHANOOR SUNDAY CHICKEN onmmsks AND BE SURF A PHCNE 2541 PEMBERVl'l.l.E,,OHICN A SPECIALTY A P1f,MB,afof1LLasfxxzasvf C E KMMMING HARDWARE MCCORMICK-DEERING RUNS COOKE? IMPLEMENTSG REPAIRS BREAD CAKES PEMBERVl'LLE,CD!-HC? WOODVQLELE QHIOI jg A p PA pgjgf S GK ASSLA ND FARMS QEFOR Eveavmzmd' WEDERS QF, , WALL PAPER SHCDRTL-ICRN CAT ILE HOUSMRES Avnasmas CATTLE R J. KW. PHlLL!PS BOWLING GREEN, OHIO PEMBERVILLLOHIG DINNERWARE NOVELTIES CCDMPLIMEENTS or AND AAU UCDERNEEUK5 Bowume eAREEN,oHno 'IDG x IQIVEIQSIDE DAIIQK QJUALITY DAIRY PIQODUCT5 HOMOGENIZED AND JERSEY MILK-CREAM' BUTTER-ICE CREAM-BUTTERMILK PHONE 263I 0 WOODVlLLE,O THE PENIBEISVILLE ELEVATOIQ A5S'N PEMBeRvaLLE,oHI0 WHERE A ROUND DOLLAR GIVES YOU A SQUARE DEAL , , ,Y , . COIVIPLIMENTS OE DIL. WILLIAM PRICE STONY RIDGE, OHIO pHQNg 33-G .Q ' ' ' 'A ,, fl EYCIDEIIU2 IJICIDIQIIIRIUELY ALEIJUDLIUCIDUQ EIQ QEW QQWL ELE MDW BOWLING GREEN,OI-IIO 'IO I I KXEIQITSS bGEEN'iSWEE!iXEI2 :Low-155 SHQES FOR MEN BOYS HOME. OF WILSON BROS. SPOR'ISW.E-AR HELM BEKNING AUTO SERVICE GENERAL AUTO SERVICE AND REPAIRING PI-IONE QI 3I LUCIQEY, O EOR soups, SANDWICI-IES AND com DRINKS GO TO I 1 1ii-. ................-.-- 6 ,OA 69 QRS 4 IOS I :SIO IS S XI .WS ' II1SI..I,I,I, AE'I'SIAA"4EE' C ANDY IEIER"I SESAR I I,. 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BABTONE PHCDNE SO UCKEY5 OHIO PHONE 2731 pEP4BERAMLLE'QDPHCD muiumfmnourifc ctcommznmw DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OE h SCL-LCDOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRYLRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTSJVLEDALS, CUPS 6 TROPHIES INDTANAPQLTS, :wolf-wx Jfwnms To TROY-LUCKEY men scHooL was-sewmrnvszmoncxem ELL CB, U3,5LXELUfGDLlJ U2 LEQDMUWSIRTU Manufacturing Jewelers R Stationers to Schools and Colleges Attleboro L Massachusetts CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS - PERSONAL CARDS CUPS - MEDALS - TROPHIES Represented by - FA L. Wallace, Box 123, Toledo, Ohio, 101, -L, ' . , e - ' FJ S I f-'Vr'X f' r fr' QQ, n if LUw1x5foAJiAcJ:. Q9 Cf' xX O9 Ok GQ O Sq . H. H. WILLIAMSOMPROR x ................. C1 Q- F 0 .............. Y O xx X55 Q0 QOL. Qfz Q39 N SALES AND ssazvrcf za ..................... LUCKEY,Ot-IIC adv fxxjj iq? PHONE 62 xx? be E E15 W M. OWE NS ff wO0DvlL.LE,OH4O YOUR CQMMUNITY THEATRE wATCHES..D,AMCjNDS fvenav mooeam Cowvemsmce rosa Youzz commits CLOCKS ENJOYMENT ALWAYS A GOGD SHQW FINE WATCH REPAIRINCJ AT WAS!-IERS-IRONERS 'ma LIMELHE T'.lQR WOR - - W C ,, in mbunusntnl' - Dmcofss mxxmuin mo MMU MIMIQMU mmgwmm FINSH SHOES 0 f A ' I I II smcuczn -4, fxdjw 2 X F n N Iris I ffmfb I FAMILY LUCKEY OHIO fufmrufaa LUCKEZ OHIO COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF .fi XI:In:'uI:If4f ' I' "IIf'U some crscocnmffml SERVICE M AYO Ik STATION OI: L U C Ii EY STQNY RIDGE, QHIQ COMPLUVIENTS OF BISHOP BROS. HICK ALL STEEL SCHOOL BUS BODY PH. CHEVROLET AND TRUCKS PARTS AND SERVICE 3711 BOWLING GREEN FOR GREATER HIGHWAY SAFETY WE'LL TRY TO DO OUR PART, BUT NOTHING QUITE TAKES THE PLACE OF CAREFUL DRIVING. MAMRTTURT UBTIUQERTY WOOD ofrumv ENGINEER II" i, , , .D TOOTS, IQESTAUIQ A NT BOWUNG GREEN'S MO ST MODERN RESTAURANT l 4 MAKIANNE BEAUTY 51-10? ALL mes or BEAUTY WORK SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR . SCHOCPL CHILDREN PHONE LUCKEY QUT - -.-.-. --V,-gi, ---- nv, ,. Y V Y W COMPUMENTS OF CLYDE A. LOOMJS coumv azecomuz COMPLIMENTS OF DK..l.'E LANG wcifoovauf 01410 , ,, , I , H nn, nl YOUR COUNTY TREASURER 1-JEIQBEIQT I4.OET1-LEIQ LTNKEYS BAKERY A LUNCH ace-CREAM A wacbwvmf, Orno 4 107 AXALUUCDCIEUQAXLPUWS 4?- WW JM? M Q' wx Ji In this War period as in Peace time . . . The Gray Printing Company is "Carrying On"! War Economy has demanded many unusual types of printing. and releasing many of our men to the Armed Forces has resulted in maior changes in our organization .... At the same time we are trying to maintain the best in quality and skilled craftsmanship. which has been an unwritten tradmnnrk ot The Gray Printing Company for fifty-Eve years. You will continue to receive from "Gray" this quality and service so far as it is possible under existing circumstances. ANNUALS F MORE THAN EVER BEFORE in the past twenty-tive years is there a genuine need for a Yearbook. Very often annuals are the only substantial source ot pic- tures and activities in which former students participated. lt is a history ot U R MUHALE four years that will prove invaluable to the families and sweethearts ot the boys who are serving in the Armed Forces. We are proud to have had the privilege ot beinq a part in the planning and execution ot this fine book. kg Y, J THE GRAY PRINTING UUMPANY I QQW WM J4mf0g,m,9A5 , was ww WM M www U ow-f E Ax ,iv V. Z vi' R L 1 a 5 S u. m S as P1 fi! H 3 E '34 51 S S? if 5 5 15 MI if 'e 41 Z K fa :- 4 4 Qi --.-.---.--...,.-..-,,.w..--.m--...- ....,.-,,...-.m,,,- ,...M .,.M. -A....,.-,-.. ., ..,. ....-.- ....u ----.-,-,---....-.,-...--.m.,,,.-- .... m..A...m.,.,, A.-.-,-. .,.-.,-.---,--,-..xi -, 33524. . Ly ,lx -.J V M 1 .' ' 3- -55' . '1 5 ' 'TE ,. .. .ik-3 21 , H ,,gi,71,.,.,?,iL,, E -Ugg. , . '.,.-, -,-Q.. - -1... , .:. .fc -ffm --5,.w.,22- M- g..,...fm.,g. f . 4'I:'2i 'g'. L lf vvlkgf - 'H E., - . . - Qf-Ski . ' 'i f - ' f.w'.5G?j:1iI? 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