Troy Luckey High School - Trojan Yearbook (Luckey, OH)
- Class of 1947
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'I IIE VI,9I1If7 FI IQOXIAN
I I SE,If'EN'III EDITION
I 'DRESENTED BY
GY-'LUCKEY VILLAGJE HIGH SCI-IOO
Fo KWA KD
The annual staff together with the
faculty and student body take pleasure
in presenting this l9L7 edition of WThe
Trojah.N we hope that in future years,
as you look through this book, you may
relive your school days at Troy-Luckey.
We, the annual staffg together with
the student body, take pleasure in dedi-
cating this issue of NThe Trojann to Mr.
Doyce Filiare. For the past five years
Coach has led our teams to victory. This
year his hours of toil and effort were
rewarded by the splendid record of his
championship basketball team. His com-
panionship throughout the years has been
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UTHE 'FKOJANH STAFF
Eighth Grade ----
Booster Club -------
Home Economics Club
Commercial Club ----
Typist ------- - ----
English Critic ----
- ---- Helen Urban
--Zoe Ann Wilson
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John Kurfess Lewis Christiansen H. G. Helm
Pres. V. Pres. Clerk
Ray Kimmel Max
FACULTY FAC T S
L. 3. Doren: B. S. Bowling Green State, Ohio State,
Ashland College. Principal. Seventh grade sponsor.
Social Science, history and football.
Helen Rolfes: A. B. Toledo University, A. M. Toledo
University. Freshman sponsor. Latin, mathematics and
Callajeane. Ollendorf: B. S. Bowling Green State.
Eighth grade sponsor. Home economics and English.
Dora Shaw: B. S. Bowling Green State. Senior sponsor.
Doris Bringman: B. S. Bowling Green State. Junior
sponsor. English and girls' physical education.
Doyce Filiere: B. S. Bowling Green State. Sophomore
sponsor. Science, industrial arts, .basketball and
Mabel Brown: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Fifth
and sixth grades. f '
Mary Crocker: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Third
Treva Miller: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Fourth
and fifth grades.
Janet Smith: Diploma. Bowling Green State. Second
Kathryn Busdeker: Diploma. Bowling Green State.
Jennie Hobart: B. S. Kentucky University, Missouri
University. Music F
Neal Crafts: B. Fd., B. Eng. Ohio Northern, Ohio
State, Toledo University. Physics.
Neal Crafts Helen Rolfes Dora Shaw Mabel Brown
eva Miller Doris Bringman
L. R. Doren
Janet Smltn geane Ollendorf
Jennie Hobart Kathryn Busdeker Mary Crocker Joyce Filiere
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IMOGEN E BROKA
"Sing We for love and idleness-
naught else is worth the having."
Band .....,.......,.,.,. 1. 2, 3. 4
Orchestra . , .... 1. 2, 3. 4
Chorus ...... .... 1 . Z5 3, 4
Class Officer .. ..,.... .4
Cheerleader ..... ......,. 2 , 3
Booster Club .....,. ..,, l , 2, 3, 4
Commercial Club , . . ,..., . . .4
Class Play ..,.,,.,. ...... 3
Paper Staff ........... , . . .3, 4
Home Ecomomics Club ..,.... 2, 3
Annual Stall .......,.. ..,. 3 .4
BOLLAN D HUSS
"l am a lover and have not found
any thing to love,"
Basketball ..,,.,. ..,, l , 2, 3, 4
Football .,,, ,...126.96.36.199
Baseball . . . .... 1, 2, 3, 4
Chorus . .,.., .... l , 2, 3. 4
Class Officer . . ,,,. . . . .Z
Class Play ..,. .,,,, 3 , 4
Annual Staff . . . .... .3, 4
"People say that lite is the thing,
but I prefer reading."
Woodvllle ......... ........
Orchestra , . .... 2, 3, 4
Chorus ...,.... ..., 2 . 3, 4
Class Officer .... .... 2 . 4
Commercial Club . . . . . .4
Class Play . .,... .,.... 3
Annual Staff ..,, ..,. 3 , 4
Librarian .... .... 2 . 3
"Sing away sorrow, cast away
Orchestra ......,.. . . .l, 2. 3, 4
Chorus ,........ ..,l,2,3.4
Cheerleader ..,.. ,...... 3 , 4
Booster Club ,...... . . .l, Z. 3, 4
Commercial Club . . ....,.. .4
Class Play ...... .... 3 .4
Annual Staff .. .... 3,4
Paper Staff .. .,.. .4
Class Officer .. .... .2
"l make the most ol all that comes
-and the least of all that goes."
Basketball , .,..,........ 1. 2. 3. 4
Baseball ,.......,.....,. l, 2. 3, 4
Band ,.....,. .... 1 , 2, 3, 4
Orchestra . . , .,.. 1, 2. 3, 4
Chorus ......... .... 1 . 2, 3. 4
Class Officer ...... .... l , 2. 3. 4
Commercial Club .... ....,.... 4
Class Play ...,.... . , ,3. 4
Annual Staff . , . . , .3, 4
Paper Stat! .... ..., 4
MARY HELM I
"Good humor, good nature. ready
Band ......,..........., 1, Z, 3. 4
Orchestra ...... .... 1 , Z, 3, 4
Chorus ......,.,.. ..., 1 , 2. 3, 4
Booster Club . , .......... 1. 2. 3. 4
Commercial Club .... ...,..... 4
Class Play ,,...... ..... 3 , 4
"This busy world and I shall ne'er
Sylvania Burnham .. , .,... . ,l
Chorus .,...,..... .... 2 .3, 4
Booster Club .... ..... 2 , 3, 4
Annual Staff ,...... ......, 4
Paper Staff , ,......... .,... 4
Home Economics Club ..,.... 2. 4
Commercial Club ..,.., ..... 4
Class Play .......... . . .4
"As the sun colors flowers, so
does art color life."
Band ,.,.....,...... ...,.. 3 . 4
Chorus ......,... ,... 1 , 2. 3, 4
Class Officer ,,.... . ..,,,,,. 1
Booster Club .....4...... 1, 2, 3, 4
Commercial Club . . . .,... . . .4
Class Play ..,,... .....,. 3
Annual Staff ...,. .... 1 ,3, 4
Paper Staff . . .... l. 3. 4
Librarian .... ..... l . 2
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"If they can take it, I can."
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Class Officer ,. ...,..... .3
Booster Club . . . .... l. 2, 3, 4
Class Play .. ...... 3,4
Annual Staff . . . .,., .3. 4
Paper Staff . . ..... 3,4
"Blushing is the colour of virtue."
Band ......,...........,..,. 1, 2
Orchestra . . ..,.,... l, 2
Chorus ....... .... 1 . 2. 3. 4
Class Officer .. ..,..,. ,3
Booster Club ..,.. .... l , 2. 3, 4
Commercial Club . . . . . . . . .4
Class Play .,.... .... 3 , 4
Annual Staff , . , , , , .3, 4
Paper Staff . , .... 3, 4
Librarian . , . .,.. l, 2. 3
"It's happy goes as lucky goes."
Basketball .....,.4..........., 4
Baseball . . . . . ,4
Band ...,.. .... l
Chorus ..... .... l
Class Play ,.. ...,4
"I hate nobody: I am in charity
with the world."
Chorus ............ ...l, 2, 4
Commercial Club . . . . , . . . .4
Annual Staff ..,,,. ..,. 2 , 4
Paper Staff .......... .,.. 3 .4
Librarian ........,........... 4
Home Economics Club ....... 2. 3
Class Play T ,,........ .,.. 4
"The best you get is an even
Sylvania Burnham .,...,.. 1,2,3
Baseball ..,...... ...,... 3
Class Play ....4
"He is timid, he is shy, but there
is mischief in his eye."
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Paper Staff . . . .... .3, 4
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V FRESHMAN YEAR
President ---------------- Charlene Hutson
Vice President --------------- John Hannan
Secretary ---------------- Gretchen Snyder
Treasurer ----e----------- Charles Kurfess
Sponsor ---------------------- Miss Wirick
In the fall of l9L3, sixteen students took their
places as Freshmen. The big event of the year was in-
itiation, The girls dressed in boys' clothes and the
boys wore girls' clothes. Lilly Camp withdrew from
our school in January. ln April Margaret Musser came
from Sylvania Burnham High School to join our class.
During the year we had two parties: a hard-times'
party at Hutson's in the fall and e Freshman-Sophomore
party at Roadside Park, in the spring. We had another
at Roadside Park during the summer.
W SOPHOMORE YEAR
President- ----- --------- Donald Oestreich
Vice President ----------' Charles Kurfess
Secretary- -------------------- Norma Kopp
Treasurer-e-- --------------- Rolland Huss
Sponsore-- --------n---------- Miss Wirick
.When we started back to school as Sophomores,Don-
ald Reynolds had moved to North Troy. Norman Crispen,
'from Bowling Green, and Donald Oestreich, from Wood-
ville, joined our class the first day of school. Our
first task was to initiate the Freshmen. A party was
held in Huss's basement in December and another at
Roadside Park in April. We had a party during the
summer at Roadside Park.
President ---------------- Charles Kurfess
Vice President --------------- John Hannah
Secretary ------ --------- Ernestine Roach
Treasurer ------------------ -Wilma Witker
Sponsor ----------------------- Miss Arndt
When we returned to school to claim the title of
Juniors, our class rings were waiting for us. One of
SENIOR HJS T OKY
the highlights of the Junior year was our play, NThe
Groom Said No,H which was given on November 20 before
a full house. Norman Crispen withdrew during the year,
making our enrollment sixteen. On March 2 the Juniors
sponsored a dance for the high school students and the
Alumni which was well attended. The Junior-Senior
B nquet was held in the school auditorium on May 17.
Decorating in blue and white we used as our setting a
garden. An orchestra from Waite High School played
for the dance which followed the dinner.
President ---------------- Charlene Hutson
Vice President--- ---- ---- Charles Kurfess
Secretary ------------------ Imogene Broke
Treasurer -------------- -Donald Oestreich
Sponsor ------------------------ Mrs. Shaw
Class Flower ------------------- Carnation
Class Colors-- ------------ Blue and White
Class Motto ----- ---- WOut of the Harbor,
into the Deep.N
As Seniors our class of sixteen members started
to school on September 3. Marlyn Rolf withdrew from
school and Warren Musser joined our class. A movie
screen was given to the school to be used with the new
projector. In the fall, the Seniors had a box social
at Kopp's. In November we went to Toledo 'and had our
pictures taken by Leone Studios. we received the pic-
tures just before Christmas. we sponsored a chicken
supper on January 3. For entertainment two one-act
plays, movies, a magic act, songs by the Senior girls
and a monologue were presented. On March 8 the Seniors
sponsored an invitational dance. Since this dance was
such a success we sponsored two more. One was held
April 12, and the other May 16. On May 2 the Juniors
entertained us with a very nice banquet. On May 14 we
held our last school party which was a roast at Husys.
After the roast we spent a social hour in their base-
ment. We completed our high school days by having
Baccalaureate on May 18 and Commencement May 22. On
May 23 the class, accompanied by several members of
the faculty, left for a trip to Philadelphia and Wash-
ington, D. C.
We, the class of l947, in'the town of Luckey, the
county of Wood, and the state of Ohio, being in as
good mental condition as usual, do hereby make this,
our last will and testament, rendering void and of no
avail any former will or wills that may have been pre-
viously made by us during a period of temporary opti-
mism. The individual bequests are as follows:
Margaret Musser wills her typing speed to Alma
Paul Welling wills his quietness to the Freshman
Holland Huss wills his basketball shoes to anyone
who can fill them.
Gretchen Sn der desires to leave her mimeoscope
artistry to Ernest Slater. '
Charles Kurfess decides not to will anything he
has to anyone. He may need all of it himself.
Wilma Witker entrusts her lengthy and patient
hours of worF on the'NInK Blotsn to Joanne Oestreich.
Charlene Hutson wills her shortness to Maxine
Herbert Samson wills his lengthy telephone calls
to Toledo to anyone who can make use of them.
Norma Kopp leaves her cheerleading ability to her
next year's successor.
John Hannan chooses to will anything he has--ex-
cept his nurse from Flower Hospital--to anyone.
Ernestine Roach bequeaths her pleasing laugh to
Mary Helm, after some hesitation, wills hez'blonde
curls to Bill Loomis.
Warren Musser wills his airplane worktable to his
Imogene Broke wills her pretty blue eyes to Rus-
Donald Oestreich wishes to leave all his head-
aches and hours of work to the photographer of next
Lena Young leaves to Junior Tracy the remainder
of her tablet.
We, the Senior class, will our boxful of crepe
paper and decorations in the commercial room to the
Signed by ef-Zu Jwulfv
Place: INS Newsroom, Radio City, New York
Come on in, folks, and watch the news bulletins
go by. You may see some that interest you.
St. Louis: Early this morning one of TWA's lar-
gest liners crashed 12 miles east of here. Miss Char-
lene Hutson, stewardess, proved a heroine as she ad-
ministered first aid to the injured, although suffer-
ing from shock and bruises herself.
New York City: The United Nations has just award-
ed a contract to the Samson Construction Company to
build the new International Administration Building
here. Mr. Herbert Samson, president of the company,
announces the building will be completed by October.
Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology has
just announced the appointment of Donald Oestreich as
professor of electronics. Mr. Oestreich has recently
become internationally famous for his development and
research on a new type of radio. '
Madison Square Garden: Last night the Toledo
Jeeps, sparked by Forward John Hannah, won the World's
Professional Basketball Championship from the Fort
Wayne Zollners, 68-64. Hannan scored 29 points.
Philadelphia: Miss Lena Young, secretary to the
president of the Pennsylvania Railroad, announced this
morning a reduction in the freight rates of the rail-
road. Miss Young, who is in charge of all finances,
reports the road did a booming business last year.
Denver: Miss Wilma jWitker, secretary of the Wo-
men's Clubs of America, in'a speech here last night,
urged women to become more active in national affairs.
Miss Witker spends her time in traveling throughout
the country talking to women on their civic duties.
Toledo: Yesterday at a dairy sale here, Mr. Paul
Welling sold 35 cows at auction. The average price
of these cows was 3625. Mr. Welling is a vice pres-
ident of the National Holstein Association.
Washington: Representative Charles Kurfessx serv-
ing his first term in Congress, aroused wide-spread
interest with his speech in the House yesterday on
Military Training and International Cooperation.
St. Petersburg: Rol Huss, star first baseman for
the Boston :Red Sox has just signed his contract for
this season, according to the Red SoX's general mana-
ger. His salary is rumored to be S80,000.
New York: At the annual National Art Show held
here last night first prize went to Miss Gretchen Sny-
der for her multicolored painting, WRainbow Forestn.
Miss Snyder has been offered 330,000 for her painting.
Baltimore: Yesterday morning, Dr. Philip Morgan,
assisted by Nurse Margaret Musser, performed for the
first time in history an operation on the spinal chord
According to Miss Musser, a long-time advocate of such
operations, the patient is on the road to recovery.
San Francisco: For the first time in its history
San Francisco has a woman at the head of its schools.
Last night the mayor announced the appointment of Miss
Mary Helm, as Superintendent of Schools.
Columbus: The governor of Ohio this morning an-
nounced the appointment of Miss Norma Kopp to the
State Health Department. Miss Kopp will be in charge
of health activities in the high schools in this state.
Chicago: At the annual banquet of the American
Medical Association here last night, Nurse Ernestine
Roach told of her work as nurse in the slums of the
nation and proposed plans for improvements. According
to reports her talk was very well received.
Detroit: Chief of Police Warren Musser announced
last night that he is on the trail of the.man who kill-
ed Michigan's Attorney General last week. He predicts
he will have his man in another two days.
Cleveland: Tickets are sold out for the opening
of the New York Philharmonic here tonight. Soprano
soloist, Miss Imogene Broka, will be making her debut
here this evening. ,
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Zion Lutheran Church
May 18, l9L7
Prelude--- ------------------- ------ Mrs. Marian Hasel
Processional Hymn- ------------------ NHoly, Holy, Holyn
Vespers ----------- ------ ----------- tPastOr
Responsive Reading--- - ----- - ---Congregation
The Scripture Lesson ---- - ----- ----- -Pastor
Anthem --------------- - ------------ Choir
Hymn--- ------------------------------- Congregation
HStand Up, Stand Up for Jesusu
Sermon ---------- - ----------------------- Rev. Otto Weiss
HChristians in Continual Combatn A
Text - Ephesians 6:10-17
Closing Service-- ------------- -- ----- -- - ----Pastor
Benediction ----- ----- -- -- -- ------ Pastor
Recessional Hymn -------------------------- Congregation
HLove Divine, All Love Exoellingu
PoStlude---- -------- --+---- ---------- Mrs. Marion Hasel
Troy-Luckey Village School
May 22, 191.7 X H
Processional ----- WFestival Marchn--+-School Orchestra
Invocation ------- ------------------- Rev. F. W. Figge
Salem Lutheran Church
Salutatory --------- ------- f ---------- Charles Kurfess
Clarinet Solo --------------------- ----Ernestine Roach
Piano accompaniment --------------- Mary Helm
Musical Reading ----------------------- Charlene Hutson
Valedictory ------- ---------- '---Gretchen Snyder
Address ---------------- C ---------------- Mr. Fred Klagg
Dean of Boys, Waite High School
Music ---------------------+-------- High School Chorus
WBig Brown Bearn--Mana-Zucca
Presentation of Class ----- -------- Prin. L. R. Doren
Presentation of Diplomas ------------- Mr. John Kurfess
President of Board of Education
Benediction ---------------- + --------- Rev. F. W. Figge
Recessional -------------------------- School Orchestra
NScarlet and Grayu
'Music under the direction of Mrs. Hobart
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Seated: HelenfUrban, Doris Holtmeyer, Grace Emmitt, Eliza-
beth Young, Joanne Oestreich, Alma Neifer, Dolores Kinker.
Standing: Mrs. Bringman, Roy Christen, Merlin Miller, Rus-
sell Ruch, George Rife, Ernest Slater, Bill Loomis.
President- ------------------------ + ---- Merlin Miller
Vice President-- ------------------------- Helen Urban
Secretary-Treasurer- --------- ------- -Doris Holtmeyer
Sponsor----- ------ - ---- ------------ ---- Mrs. Eringman
On September 3, 1946, fourteen students enrolled in the
Junior class. On the second day of school, they were delight-
ed to receive their class rings. Mary Langell withdrew from
school during the second six weeks.
Two assembly programs were given during the year. The
first, a Christmas program, includedi Christmas customs in
other lands and the origin of many of ours. Mr. Fred Chambers
was the speaker at the second one given in March.
The play NKay Beats the Bandn was presented November 7.
To complete an eventful year, the Junior-Senior banquet was
given on May 2. This was followed by a Junior invitational
dance on Saturday night, May 3.
igeatedfiEZoeAnhniWilson,iDeloreswHannah,-Earlene Myers, Katha
leen Kurfess, Geraldine Carr, LaQuitta WalKer,Ellen Christen,
Bonnie Kopp, Elaine Helm.
Standing: Dale Bockbrader, Richard Crispen,Erederic Brinker,
Franklin Jacobs, Elaine Oestreich, Keith Fleming, Glen Wel-
ling, James Borcherding, Mr. Filiere.
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President ------------------------- Elaine Oestreich
Vice President -------------------- Kathleen Kurfess
Secretary ---------- ---------------- Franklin Jacobs
Treasurer -------------------------- -Delores HBHHBH
Sponsor. ----------- --------------------- Mr. Filiere
The Sophomores now have nineteen members in their class.
Donald Hotmer withdrew from school in September. '
Initiation of the Freshmen was one of our first activi-
ties, which was happily done.
Our other activities for the past year have been a
class party at Roadside Park in the fall, and two assembly
programs, Rev, Jonanssen was the speaker at the second one
which was a religious program at Easter time. '
Seated: Marilyn Coy, Shirley Rife, Delores Hazel, Ruth
Brueggemeier, Betty Jacobs, Mary Jacobs, Theone Buch, Natalie
Standing: Miss Rolfes, Dale Layman, Russell Welling, Harold fe
Hoelter, Dudley Welling, Lloyd Lierker, Norman,Musser.
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President ---------------- ---- ------------ Dale Layman
Vice Pres1dont---------- ------ --1 -------- Theone Buch
Secretary-Treasurer----- -------- -- ------ -Mary Jacobs
Sponsor---e ------ -- ----------- --- -------- Miss Rolfes
The Freshmen have fifteen members in their class. We were
initiated by the Sophomores at the beginning of the year. Our
class took the Ohio State ?syohological Test in the fall.
Two class parties were held during the year: a Halloween
party in Dierker's barn and a Wiener roast at Roadside Park.
A Thanksgiving program was given for the first assembly.
Reverend Weiss was the guest speaker at the second one in April.
Seated: Naomi Brinker, Evelyn Dierker, Joann Schroeder,
Doris kothenbuhler, Margaret Samn, Carol Jean Rolf, Ruth
Standing: Miss Ollendorf, iichard Samson, Ray Ford, Robert
lierker, Lonald Caris, Bernard Samson.
Absent: Charles Eaker.
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President ------------------------ ---Carol Jean Rolf
Vice President ------ -- ---------- - ---- Richard Samson
Secretary-Treasurer -------- of ------------ Ruth Samson
Sponsor--- --------- - -------- --------- Miss Ollendorf
The Eighth Grade has thirteen members this year. In Oc-
tober the class had a Halloween party at Richard Samson's. In
January we were in charge of the assembly program. We gave a
short play, HLO the Gaunt Wolfn. Rev.f Figge was the guest
Helen Ruth Snyder, a member of our class who is confined
in the Grippled Children's Home in Toledo, is recovering from
polio. We hope that she will be with us soon.
Seated: Marilyn Miller, Grace Jacobs, Patsy Mnsser, Jean-
nean Wilson, Arla Christen, Mae Oestreich, Janice Hacker,
Martha Rife, Maxine Leking.
Standing: Mr. Doren, ,Teddy Barber, Walter Jordon,' Roger
' Ernsthausen, Robert Tracy, Lloyd Musser, James Grubs, Royce
Ruch, Eloise Dierker. X . e
President ------------------- ------- James Grubs
Vice President --------------- ----- Mae Oestreich
Secretary-Treasurer ------------- ,---+Lloyd Musser
Sponsor -------------------------------- Mr. Doren
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The Seventh Grade has seventeen members. During the sum-
mer Rae Myers had moved to Toledo and Bobby Aspacher to Bowl-
We had a Halloween party at the home of Mae Oestreich.
we presented two assembly programs during the year. The first
one, which was held in February, included a playlet, WThe Feb-
ruary Hall of Famen, and several numbers by a Seventh Grade
band. Rev. Eversole was the speaker at the second one held in
The girls took part in the style show given for the upper
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First row: David Kopp, Roscoe Crispen, Dale Jacobs, Dick
Iilert, Charles Albright, Jim Helm.
Second row: Cathryn Evans, Shirley Brinker, Martha Mallery,
Katharine Hasel, Jeanne Urban, Florence Miller, Patty Carla
Top row: Miss Brown, Walter Holtmeyer, Noladean Kinker,
Carrol Baker, Marilyn Hoelter, Joan Miller, Lonna Marie
Welling, Jimmie Ford, Joe Helm.
The enrollment for the Sixth Grade was twenty in Septemf
Pupils with perfect attendance during the first semester
were Charles Albright, Carrol Baker, Shirley Brinker, Richard
Eilert, James Ford, Katharine Easel, Martha Mallery, Jeanne
Urban, and Donna Welling.
We had the usual parties at Halloween, ,Christmas, Valen-
tine and Faster, each time joining with the Fifth Grade.
Nearly all the pupils 'have read the required number of
Reading Circle books.
We were pleased to receive the prize money three times
for having the largest attendance at the Mothers' Club. We
purdhased pictures for our room with this money.
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Seated: Barbara Amos, Arlene Rife, Janet Jensen, Norma Walken
Shirley Jacobs, Doris Ruswinkle, Arlene Miller.
Standing: Mrs. Miller, Kenneth Knitz, Ronnie Webb, Berry
Carr, Helen Tracy, Sam Musser, David Jacobs, Ronnie Melcher,
I FIFTH GRADE
In September nine girls and seven boys enrolled in the
Pupils having perfect attendance for the first semester
were Barbara Amos, David Jacobs, Janet Jensen, Ronnie Melcher,
Arlene Miller, Sam Musser, and Doris Ruswinkle.
We had two teachers this year. In the morning, Mrs. Mil-
ler taught us arithmetic, geography, and language. In the
afternoon, we went to the Sixth Grade room where Miss Brown
taught us reading, history, spelling, and health.
For the April Mothersf Club meeting we helped the Fourth
Grade give the play, HThe Easter Egg Rumpusf.
Nearly all of us read the Reading Circle books for this
year. We enjoyed making the booklets NOur American with the
Sixth Grade. ,
Seated: Mrs. Miller, Barbara Carr, Mary Ellen Leking,
Arlene Grover, Marlene Miller, Nancy Crispen, Mary Rae
Kimmel. S' I
Standing: Ronnie Hazel, Freddie Baker, Robert Jones,Johnny
Kurfess, Dale Ruswinkle, Lloyd Albright, Larry Myers,
Wallace Dierker, Ronnie Hayward.
Absent: Elaine Ruswinkle
In September seven girls and nine boys enrolled in the
Fourth Grade. Jack Chancey withdrew in September, and Ro-
bert Jones withdrew in March. '
Those pupils who had perfect attendance for the first
semester were Lloyd Albright,Freddie Baker, Wallace Dierker,
Arlene Grover, Ronnie Hayward, Ronnie Hazel, Mary Ellen Lek-
ing, Marlene Miller, and Dale Ruswinkle.
We had parties with the Fifth and Sixth Grades at Hal-
loween, Christmas, St. Valentine's Day, and Easter.
For the April meeting of the Mothers' Club we presented
the play NThe Easter Egg Rumpusn.
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First row: Marion Tracy, Robert Camp, Curtis Juergens,
George Jensen, Raymond Kohring, Perry Emmitt, Marlyn Bus-
Second row: Loleta Uilson, Hermina Brinkmeier, Deanna Min-
nix, Janice Dierker, Lola Jean Evans, Anne Swartz, Patty
Third row: Miss Crocker, Gerald Ernsthausen, Dorothy Nehls
Connie Oestreich, Joan Rothenbuhler, Janet Kopp, Mary Ellen
Schroeder, Kathleen Neifer, Lyle Evans.
Absent: Connie Baker, Ernest Nagy.
T H IRD CJK A DE
The Third Grade enrollment in September was twenty-
three. Hermina Brinkmeier withdrew in March and entered
Gibsonburg school, and Ernest Nagy came to us from Wood-
ville. Pupils having perfect attendance for the first
semester were Connie Baker, Marlyn Busdeker, Lola Jean
Evans, and Hermina Brinkmeier.
'We enjoyed our Halloween, Christmas and Valentine par-
ties, and the Easter egg hunt with the Second Grade.
The pupils presented a play, NNorthwind Loses the Bat-
tlen at the April meeting of the Mothers' Club.
First row: Frankie Camp, Clyde Fieblekorn, Jackie Austin,
Dale Kohring, Daniel Nehls, Freddie Baker, Tommy Hasel,
Bobby Filiere, Dickie Korn.
Second row: Donnai Jacobs, Anna Mae Jennings, Carol Ann
Hoelter, Jane Abke, Suzanne Jacobs, Linda Evans, Barbara
Brockseker, Carol Hannah, Kaye Ellen Eberhart.
Third row: Mrs. Smith, Donald Caris, Dale Hacker, Roger
Radeloff, Jimmy Kinker, Freddie Burkholder, Paul Oestreich,
Lyle Samson. '
The enrollment last September in our room was twenty-
six. Theodore Rodriquez withdrew in October. Those having
perfect attendance for the first semester were Paul Oe-
streich, Tommy Easel, Bobby Filiere, Freddie Burkholder,
Bobby Baker, Jackie Austin, Anna Mae Jennings, Carrol Ann
Hoelter, and Kaye Ellen Eberhart.
We had a Halloween, a Christmas, and a Valentine party.
At Easter time we enjoyed an Easter egg hunt with the Third
Grade, ln April all the grades put on the program for
Mothers' Club. We gave the play, HThe Faster Bunnyk. We
enjoyed our Trumvue and films which we bought with the money
given us by the Mothers' Club for having the most mothers
present at one meeting,
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Seated: Lester Poasemeyer, Linda Lou Crispen, Mary Camp,
Karen Phillips, Judy Gambell, Linnie Amos, Joyce Burkholder,
Martha Heise, Kenneth Caris.
Standing: Mrs. Pusdeker, Richard Stebel, Gerald Miller,
Jimmie Kurfess, Darrell Spahn, Billy Dahne, Danny Ford,
Allan Schulte, Paul Gephart.
Absent: Ellen Jean Dierksheide, Mary Ann Minnix, Robert
F V f"' r N H
The enrollment in the First Grade was twenty. Gerald
Miller was the only pupil with perfect attendance.
A reading lesson demonstration was aiven at the October
meeting of the Mothers? Club. For the April meeting the
grades presented a spring program, The First Grade gave
the play, WThe South Wind and the Flowersn. Some new books
for our library table were purchased with the money won for
having the most mothers present at their April meeting,
We have enjoyed feeding the birds and watching them eat
from our feeding trays.
We had a Halloween, a Christmas, a Valentine, and an
Easter party this year.
-rf, K., W-ff
DO YOU REMEMBER
The day Rolland got sick?
How much fun we had at the school dances?
Those good old bus rides?
The time Bob Dierker didn't look before he shot?
When Norma got her hair cut?
The night we won the County Tournament?
The wonderful Athletic Banquet we had?
When Russell Welling couldn't whistle?
When Walter Jordan played Abe Lincoln in assembly?
How nice we looked in gowns at the Christmas cantata?
When Russ Buch didn't haveiat least three girls at a
Why George spent so much time in Bowling Green?
When we could afford to eat in the cafeteria?
Our long faces after the Gibsonburg game?
How much we miss Helen Ruth's bright smile?
How Helen struggled with the piano in chorus? p
How much we enjoyed listening to the world series? -
When the girls in shorthand Knew how to spell?
When John Hannan was young enough to take his nap in
the afternoon instead of in the morning?
Those nice comfortable days when we had an hour noon?
When chewing gum was legal?
The good old days when Elaine Helm traveled in a Buick?
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At the beginning of the 1946 football season ten
boys, five of whom were lettermen, reported for train-
ing. With the new coach, L. R. Doren, and Captain
Russell Ruch at the head we had a fairly successful
season. Although we lost five of the seven games
played, we outscored our opponents by 31 points.'
During the season Russell Welling was manager,
and Joe Helm and Ray Ford served the team as water
- Oct. ll
OPPONENT WE THEY PLACE
Eradner 8 28 Here
Monclova LO 20 There
Waterville 2O 2l A 'Here
Wayned s A4 O Here
Risingsun 6 8 There
Bloomdale 8 l2 There
Clyde I ,lg 20 There
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POSITION GRADE AWARDS
E LO Certificate
HB ' A Letter
QB 3 Certificate
HB 3 Certificate
HE 3 Certificate
C 3 Letter
HB 2 Letter
WE 2 Certificate
E l Emblem
E l Letter
VARQVW CHF F Ria FADFRS
' Norma Kopp Mary Jacobs , '
Elaine Helm N Helen Urban
FKMAFLICC fl K,lANAff.'l'fFJC'
R. Welling, R. Ford, W. Jordon, R. Christen
Mr. Doren , Mr. Filiere
Varsity Season's Record
m QEBONENT WE .LY
59 to, ' Haskins SE 25
L5 3O ' Monclova 63 L3
44 23 Webster 64 37
L2 28 Lake 33 28
39 26 Bradner 58 53
53 27 Walbridge 59 33
62 22 North Troy 67 10
L8 - 28 Olney L9 39
53 me 9 23 vfaibaidge E 22 at 258
TOTALS: WE ' 898 THEY 540
NAME POSITION YEAR AWARD
Hannan G A Certificate
Huss C A Certificate
Samson , G 4 Emblem
Kurfess F A Certificate
Ruch G 3 Letter
Loomis' F 3 Certificate
Miller F 3 Certificate
Rife G '3 Letter
Fleming F 2 Certificate
Crispen T G 2 Emblem
Hoelter C 1 Emblem
Welling F 1 Emblem
Dierker G l Emblem
Welling F 1 Emblem
WE THEY OPRONENT WE
27 24 Haskins 24
38 20 Monclova 36
41 11 Webster 34
25 26 Lake 2A
51 12 Brainer 42
31 ' 12 Walbridge A1
18 16 Olney 31
L5 18 Walbridge 38
TOTALS: WE 5L6 THEY 291
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Trojans 25 Lake
Trojans 46 Jackson
Trojans 38 Pemberville
Trojans 24 Olney
TOTAL 133 X
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Trojans 26 Bradner
Trojans 43 Elmore
Trojans 35 St. Marys
Trojans 35 Gibsonburg
TOURNAMENT TOTALS Trojans 272 Opponents 219
YEARLY TOTALS Trojans 1170 Opponents ,759
The 1946-L7 Basketball season will long be'remem-
bered in this community. This year the team, ably
coached by Mr. Filiere, won the League, County and
District Championships. With a record of 24 wins and
only 2 losses this year's team went farther in tour-
nament play then any previous Troy-Luckey team. Few
teams in Wood County have matched their feat. Much
credit is due to Coach Filiere for his excellent work
with this championship team.
Captain John Hannan and Bill Loomis'were named on
the All-County Team. Hannah and Holland Huss were
named on the All-District Team while Russell Ruch made
the second team and Loomis the third team. Hannan was
named on the All-Regional Team. Both HBHHBH and Huss
made the second team in the state.
, R. Huss G. Rife H. Samson
H. Hoelter R. Ruch M. Miller R. Welling
K. Fleming L. Dierker B. Loomis J. Hannan
D. Welling C. Kurfess J. Tracy
Date Opponent We - They Where
Apr Pemb erville 9 6 H
Apr St. Joe 3 2 H
Apr Webster 7 7 H
Apr Olney T
Apr St. Joe T
May Webster H
May Lake H
May Walbridge H
May Pemberville T
May Olney H
May Bradner T
May Woodville H
Name Position Year
John Hannan P-lB A
Rolland Hussv P-lB A
Herbert Samson C-OF A
Chuck Kurfess OF A
Merlin Miller SS 3
Russell Ruch 3B 3
Bill Loomis C-OF 3
Keith Fleming 2B 2
Dudley Welling OF l
Russell Welling. OF l
Lloyd Dierker OF l
Harold Hoelter F-lF l
Since we have football at our school in the fall,
we cannot enter the County Baseball Tournament which
is held at that time.
The results of the games played this year are
printed above. Of the games played we have won two,
tied one, and lost none. Several of the games were
canceled on account of rain.
JUNIOR 1-HGH BASKETBALL
The Junior High basketball team, coached by Mr.
Doren, played a schedule of five games during the sea-
son. Of these they won three.
By virtue of Troys winning the County Junior High
Tournament last year, the 1947 tournament was held
here. Their first two games in the tourney were deci-
sive wins over Lake and Risingsun. The team ended a
successful season in a thrilling game with North Troy,
losing by one point in the final seconds of play.
Troy 2l North Troy 27
Troy 27 North Troy 36
Troy 44 West Millgrove 18
Troy LO West Millgrove 14
Troy 30 Woodville ll
TOTAL 162 Opponents lO6
WOOD COUNTY TOURNEY p
Troy 39 Lake 10
Troy L2 Risingsun 13
Troy 17 North Troy 18
TOTAL 98 Opponents Ll
YEARLY TOTAL 260 Opponents 147
NAME POSITION GRADE
B. Samson . F 8
D. Samson F 8
D. Caris C 8
R. Ford G 8
R. Ruch G 7
W. Jordon G 7
L. Musser F 7 '
R. Ernsthausen C 7
T. Barber F 7
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First row: B. Samson, R. Buch, T. Earber
Second row: L. Lmsser, J. Grubs, B. Ford, R. Samson
Third row: Mr. Loren, W. Jordon, D. Caris, 5. Ernsthausen
JUNIOR H165-I CHEEIQLEEXDEKS
Gerol Jean Rolf Arla Christen Joenn Schroeder
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First row: Wilma Witker, Charlene Hutson, Joanne Oestreich,
Charles Kurfess, Rolland Huss, Helen Urban, Gretchen Snyder.
Second row: Maxine Leking, Joann Schroeder, Mrs. Shaw, Norma
Kopp, LaQuitta Walker, Donald Oestreich, Russell Rush, Miss
Rolfes, Marilyn Coy, Doris Holtmeyer, Zoe Ann Wilsons
Third row: Imogene Broka, Lena Young, Bill Loomis, Merlin
Miller, Ernest Slater, Roy Christen,Ernestine Roach, Kathleen
T HE KMOJA N
The annual staff, together with the cooperation of the
faculty and student body, are responsible for the publishing
of this yearbook.
Pictures for NThe Trojann were taken by Leone Studios
of Toledo, and the lithographing and the binding was done by
The J. D. Lasher Printers of Fremont.
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SiAsstg-- ------ ----
Sports Reporter ----
Junior-- ------ -
Sophomore ---- --
Freshman -------- --
Eighth Grade -------
Seventh Grade ------
Booster Club -------
Home Economics Club
Commercial Club ----
English Critic ----
Advisor---- ---- ---
- ---- Ernestine Roach
Fi- -IHGIEH Urban
---- ----Charlene Hutson
---- ----Dolores Kinker
-- - --------- Zoe Ann Wilson
----- --------------Marilyn Coy
--- -------- Joann Schroeder
--- ---- Margaret Musser
------ ---LaQuitta Walker
- ------ -------- Miss Rolfes
First row: Ernestine Roach, Charlene Hutson, Joanne Oe-
streich, Wilma Witker, Russell Ruch, Helen Urban, Gretchen
Second row: Imogene Eroka, LaQuitta Walker, Joann Schroeder,
Mrs. Shaw, Lena Young, Miss Rolfes, Dolores Kinker, Elizabeth
Young, Grace Emmitt, Ernest Slater.
Third row: Maxine Leking, Norma Kopp, Bill Loomis, Merlin
Miller, Charles Kurfess, Paul Welling, Zoe Ann Wilson, Mari-
rg! p 1 f,fH,N
nlnkblctsn, the school paper, was published every six
weeks by the staff appointed by the faculty. The last edition
was published entirely by the assistants, who will become the
regular staff next year.
At the beginning of the year, the staff decided to charge
three cents a copy. This money was used for materials needed
to publish the paper,
The paper, which was mimeographed, was eight pages long
and contained items of interest to the readers.
First row: Zoe ann Xilson, Natalie Wilson, Charlene Hutson,
Mary Helm, Helen Urban, horis noltmeyer.
Second row: Delores Hannah, Imogene ,Broka, Mary Jacobs,
Norma hopp, Darlene Myers, ilaine Helm, LaQuitta Walker.
Third row: Shirley Life, Theone huch, Margaret Musser, Ger-
aldine Carr, Elaine Oestreich, Gretchen Snyder, Grace Immitt,
Alma Neifer, Dolores Linker, Mrs. Eringman.
Fourth row: Ruth Brueggemeier, Lelores Hazel, Marilyn Coy,
Illen Christen, Joanne Oestreich, Kathleen Kurfess, Yilma
Either, Zrnestine Loach, Bonnie hopp.
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HBe a booster, not a booerlu
President -------------------- ------------- Norma Kopp
Vice President ------------------- - ----- Imogene Broka
Secretary-Treasurer--------- ---- --- ----- Wilma Witker
'These awards were given: five certificates, eight let
ters, four gold pins, five silver pins, and eight bronze pins
Seated: Betty Jacobs, Darlene Myers, Elaine Oestreioh, Alma
Neifer, Bonnie Kopp, Elaine Helm, LaQuitta Walker.
Standing: Geraldine Carr, Margaret Musser, Delores Hannan,
Miss Ollendorf. V
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President ----------------------- ------- Bonnie Kopp
Vice President ---- ---- ------ ---- Darlene Myers
Secretary ------------ --m-- --------- Elaine Helm
Treasurer ------------- -------- Elaine Oestreich
Sponsor ---------- - ---- - ------------- Miss Ollendorf
The club had a dinner in the cafeteria before their Hal-
loween party. 'The Seventh and Eighth Grade girls were our
guests at a Christmas dinner. Our April meeting was held at
Bonnie Kopp's. We attended a style show at Lasalle and Koch's
in the spring.
First rowg' John H8HH8H, Norma Kopp, Doris Holtmeyer, Charles
Kurfess, Wilma Witker, Grace Emmitt, Rolland Huss.
Second row: Donald Oestreioh, Imogene Broke, Elizabeth Young,
Gretchen Snyder, Alma Neifer, Dolores Kinker, Mrs. Shaw.
Third row: Charlene Hutson, Mary Helm, Margaret Musser,Joenne
5estreich, Lena Young.
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President -------------------------- --Charles Kurfess
Vice President-- ---- - ------ ---- -----eloris Holtmeyer
Secretary Treasurer ---- ----- ----- ----- P-Wilma Witker
Program Chairman --------- f- -------- ------ Norma Kopp
Sponsor---n---- ------------------------- ---Mrs. Shaw
At the heainnins of the rear the enrollment of the club
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numbered eighteen. From time to time though, some were sus-
pended beoeuse of low grades. Meetings were held the first
Tuesday Evenini of eooh month ot the homes of various memhers.
The regular business meeting was followed by reports, e soeiel
hour and refreshments.
Seated: Delores Hazel, Theone Ruch, Lena Young, Ernest Slaten
Merlin Miller, Doris Holtmeyer, Bonnie Kopp.
Standing: Marilyn Coy, Miss Rolfes, Zoe Ann Wilson.
Some new books, fiction and non-fiction, were purchased
for the library this year. I These included the 1946-L7 Ohio
Pupils' Reading Circle books for all the grades. 1
Many pupils have read the required number of reading
circle books to earn diplomas or seals. Q
The American Legion Auxiliary presented our library with
a DOOKQ It is the UFireside Christmas Storiesn by Edward
Sammy Hobbs ----
----A daring young man--
A young lawyer--
---------A business man-
- ----- Charles Kurfess
A fresh young man ------ --Holland Huss
----------A timid man---
-----A domineering woman
faint-hearted woman- ------- Norma Kopp
-----A hired 5irl-----f-------
---------One more dancer
---Donald Oestreich, John Hannah
Before Mr. Brownley died, he hid the plans to his new
invention, When their lawyer finds them, Tailspin Sammy
flies the plans to Washington so that he can get the patent
before Blackwell, an oily business man, who has stolen the
duplicate copy from the Scroggin's boarding house.
KAY BEATS THE BAND
Kay Meredith -------
Judy Meredith ----- -
Lois Andrews -------
Tom Nolan-- ------- -
Madeline Ross ------
Youthful and vivacious
Her tempestuous sister
-Kay's best friend ----
- ---- Band Leader------
--Steve's pal ---------
A week-end visitor ----
Phil Hunter ------ Has a girl-shy complex--
Bessie Trotter----Meredith's housekeeper-
J. G. Ellison ----- On an unexpected visit-
Miss Denny--- ---- ---- History teacher-----
Tickets ---------------------------- Elizabeth Young
Stage Managers --------- -Bill Loomis, Ernest Slater
- ---'--- Helen Urban
Kay and her mischievous sister, Judy, receive the charm-
ing, unexpected Madeline Ross who arrives for a visit. To
prevent the meeting of their boyfriends and the captivating
Miss Ross, Kay and her chum, Lois, break a date, using as an
excuse that Kay has a business appointment with Dudley Har-
vard Smith, and even find a stranger to introduce as Mr.
Smith. Events prove the stranger's identity and give a hil-
arious ending to the play.
May 2, 1947
Mashed Potatoes Baked Ham
Vegetable Jello Salad
Hors d'oeuvres Rolls
Invocation ---- -------- ---Doris Holtmeyer
Welcome ------ ------ ------- Helen Urban
Response ------ -------- Charlene Hutson
Toastmaster--- - ---- Merlin Miller
Song --------- ----- - ------ Junior class
Toast ------ ------ ---- ------ Mr. Kurfess
Songs--- -- - --- ---Junior girls
Toast--- ------ Mr. Doren
The gymnasium was decorated in rainbow colors.
After the dinner, dance music was furnished by a pop-
ular dance band, NTDS Promenaders,N from Toledo.
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The annual Athletic Banquet, sponsored by the
Luckey Civic Club, was held in the school auditor-
ium on April ll. The dinner was served by the
Swiss Steak Corn
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Cake with Whipped Cream
Introduction of Toastmaster ------ if -----. Fritz Mallery
Harold Trout Pres. of Civic Club
Trumpet Solo --------------------------- Russell Welling
Old and New Football Captain -------------- Russell Ruch
Awards -------------------------------- - ---- L. R. Doren
Music -------------------- Fritz Mallery, Charles Austin
----- -------------Irvin Jacobs, Harold Hutson
V Hwy Own United Statesn
HOld McDonald Had a Farmn
Old Basketball Captain --------------------- John Hannan
New Basketball Co-Captains ----------------- Bill Loomis
--- ----------- Merlin Miller
Awards --------------------- --------- Doyce Filiere
Music ------------------------------- Led by Mrs. Hobart
Introduction of Speaker -------------------- Toastmaster
E. M. Hole, Athletic Director, Wooster College
Dismissal -------------------------------- Fritz Mallery
First day of school
Juniors receive class rings
Booster Club receive G. A. A. awards
Election of class officers
Election of Red Cross officers
First Booster Club meeting
Football game with Bradner A
Mothers' Club reception for faculty
Football game at Monclova
Football game with Waterville
First issue of'WInKblotsH
Juniors select class play
T. B. patch test given in first grade
Cafeteria opens ' 1
Football game with Wayne
Sophomore party at Roadside Parkx
Mothers' Club meeting
Junior farewell party for Mary Langell
County Teachers' Meeting at North Baltimore
Football game at Risingsun
Seniors select invitations
Commercial Club skating party at Perrysburgg
Senior pictures taken at Leone Studios in Toledo
Freshman party at DierKer's ii
Football game at Bloomdale T
Grade cards ,
T. B. X-rays taken at Rossford High School
Football game at Clyde
Northwestern Ohio Teachers'Mecting. -No school
Eighth Grade party at Richard Samson's
First basketball practice
Band plays at Gibsonburg in Halloween Parade
Seventh Grade Halloween party at Cestreich's
Local Prince of Peace contest A
Seniors select caps and gowns
Junior play, NKay Beats the Bandn
Armistice Day. No school
Mothers' Club meeting
Killion individual pictures taken
--Eicre drill so C
--Fire drill J 7 7 7 J
--Senior box social at Kopp's
--First basketball game at Monclova
--Four movie projector demonstrations
--Basketball game with Woodville
--Basketball game at Wayne
---Basketball game at Pemberville
---School purchases a Bell-Howell movie projector
Freshman and Senior Physchological Tests
---Basketball game at Lake
Senior name cards arrive
--County Prince of Peace Declamation contests at
Cygnet and Pemberville
--Begin half hour noon
--Basketball game with Webster f
Upper six grades assemble with Mothers' Club
to hear readings given by Mrs. John Kline
--Home Ee. Club Christmas party 1
--Basketball game at North Troy
--Senior pictures arrive. Leone take annual pictures
--High School Christmas Cantata and Grade Christ-
mas Operetta, nChristmas In Mexicon
--Basketball game at Olney
Christmas parties. Dismiss for vacation
--Basketball game with Centerburg f
--Basketball game at Haskins
Sc ool resumes
No chool. Ice storm
Senior Chicken Dinner
No school. Still ice!
More ice! No school
Basketball-game with Walbridge
No school. Ice again!
School resumes. Movies
--Basketball game with Monclova
--Basketball game at Webster
Mothers' Club meeting. Movies
Basketball game with Lake
--Basketball game at Bradner
Second semester begins
--Basketball game with Walbridge. Grade cards
Leone Studio take remainder of annual pictures
Infantile Paralysis benefit game with North Troy
--Commercial Club meeting and party at school with
Alumni members as guests
--Booster Club games and dinner after school
Magazine sales begin. Mock trial by law class
--No school. Sleet storm ,
--Still no school. Basketball game with Olney
Basketball boys guests at Father-Son Banquet,
St. John's Lutheran Church, Stony Ridge
County Teachers' Meeting at B. G. Dismiss at 12:30
Basketball game at Walbridge
Drawing for County Basketball Tournament -
County Tournaments begin
Mothers' Club meeting
Basketball game with Lake at B. G.
Basketball game with Jackson at B. G.
--Basketball game with Pemberville at B, G.
Drawing for Junior High Tournament
Basketball game with Olney at B. G.
Won County Championship!
Drawing for District Basketball Tournament
Basketball boys guests at Grace Lutheran
County Board Meeting. No cafeteria
Basketball game with Bradner at Fremont
Seniors select class play. Movies
Basketball game with Elmore
Juniors and Seniors attend court case at B. C.
Basketball game with St. Marys--District Winners!
Junior High Tourney begins at Luckey
--Junior High basketball game with Lake
--Junior High Tournament V
Election of football and basketball captains
--Regional basketball game with Cibsonburg at B. G.
--Junior High Tournament
--Junior High basketball game with Risingsun
--Junior High basketball game with North Troy
Robbedl No school
--Junior assembly. Junior High finals '
--No school. Bad weather
--Take first group of annual pictures to Lesher
--Mothers' Club dance and box social
---Sophomore assembly. Home Bc. Club party at Kopp'
---First baseball practice
---Good Friday. No school
---Senior invitations arrive
---Grade Easter program for Mothers' Club I
Faculty dinner for basketball boys at Maumee
Movies. Athletic Banquet
Select valedictorian and salutatorian
Movies. First baseball game with Pemberville
Baseball game with Fremont St. Joe I
Maumee Valley Hospital nurse talks to Junior and
Senior girls for recruiting nurses
Advance home ec. class attend Cotton Show at La-
Northwestern District Journalism Association Con
vention at Bowling Green State University
Home economics girls'.style snow
Baseball game with Webster
Baseball game at Olney. Eighth Grade Testsi
Movies. Baseball game at Fremont St. Joe
Baseball game with Webster
Junior dance X'
Seventh Grade assembly. Baseball game with Lake
Baseball game with Walbridge
Baseball game at Pemberville
Movies. Last issue of paper
Senior play, NTailspin Sammyn
Freshman party at Roadside Park
Movies. Baseball game with Olney I
Senior party at Huss's
Baseball game at Bradner
Baseball game with Woodville
Last day of school
Seniors leave for Washington, D. C.
MGT HE KS'
Vice President ---- -
--Mrs. Stanley Eberhart
-----Mrs. Lester Miller
--Mrs. Emmit Brockseker
---Q--Mrs. Elmer Jacobs
Program Chairman ---- - ---- Mrs. John Kurfessp
Social Chairman ------------- Mrs. Harvey Helm
Reception for teachers. Entertainment by
Group singing led by Arthur
Program given by girls' A-H Club under the
direction of Mrs. Sheldon Snyder. History
of the local LHH Club was given and in-
dividual projects were displayed. The
girls were' presented with their certifi-
Mrs. Vera Lowrie gave a talk on Brazil:
She told of the historical background,
folklore and parent-child: relations both
here and there.
Christmas tea. Christmas music was furn-
ished by Mrs. Norman Ernsthausen and Mrs.
Marcus Welling. Mrs. John Kline of Toledo
gave readings to the mothers and thetmgh
Miss Helen Meyers, Red Cross Worker, gave
an interesting talk on her experiences on
War Bride ships and conditions in Europe.
Square dance and box social. Music for
dancing furnished by the Artz Orchestra.
Children of first six grades presented a
program of playlets on Easter and spring
Spring Tea. Mrs. Rana Boycheff, a native
of Bulgaria, gave a talk contrasting life
in Bulgaria and America and had a display
of Bulgarian handwork.
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First row: Mary Helm,Jeannean Wilson, Natalie Wilson, Ernese
tine Roach, Gretchen Snyder, Helen Urban, Ellen Christen,
Joann Schroeder, Marilyn Miller, Joan Miller, Florence Miller
Second row: Imogene Broka, David Kopp, Richard Samson, Ray
Ford, Roger Ernsthausen, Harold Hoelter, Paul Welling, Rus-
sell Welling, Jimmie Ford, Dick Eilert, Arla Christen, David
Qhird roy: Mrs. Hobart, Glen Welling, Merlin Miller, Russell
Ruch, George Rife, Charles Kurfess, Bill Loomis, Roy Christen,
Zoe Ann Wilson, Charles Albright.,
This year there were forty-five members in the
toy band. Tommy Hasel was the drum major. Mary Helm
accompanied them when they played for the Christmas
When the beginning instrumental work was started
in the fall there were thirteen members. After Christ
mas, however, Larry Myers who played a cornet, dropped
out. Marlene Miller and Dale Ruswinkle played the
violin, Jeanne Urban and Maxine Leking, snare drum,
Lloyd Musser, bass drumg Ernest Slater, both snare and
bass drum and cymbals, Teddy Barber, Bb soprano saxo-
phone, Walter Jordan and Dale Layman, cornetg Mary
Rae Kimmel, Eb alto saxophone.
There were only five members in the junior band:
Joe and Jim Helm, Donna Welling,Helen Tracy and Ronnie
Webb. They all played the cornet. The first of March
the junior band and beginning band, with the exception
of the strings and junior high students, were put to-
gether in one group. Then the first of May they were
all joined together in one big band to play regular
The new members in our senior band this year were
David Kopp, Dick Eilert, David Jacobs, Jim Ford, 3rd
cornetg Charles Albright, C melody saxophone, Jeanne
Urban and Maxine Leking, snare drum, Ernest Slater,
cymbalsg Joan Miller and Florence Millen 3rd clarinet.
This spring we are losing six Senior members: Charles
Kurfess, alto horn, Ernestine Roach, lst clarinet,
Gretchen Snyder, 2nd clarinet, Paul Welling, 2nd cor-
netg Imogene Broke, drum, and Mary Helm, bells.
The public appearances of our band this year were
as follows: Kll in the Halloween parade at Gibsonburgg
C25 at the finals in the County Tournament, C35 in the
Memorial Day parade. For Memorial Day the songs they
play will be: NOver Theren-Overature, NClory, Glory,
Halleluiahn, WTenting on the Old Camp Groundn and a
p. Our chorus consisted of sixty-two members this
year. We gave a cantata entitled NMusic of Bethlehemn
the night of the Christmas program. The solo voices
were: 'soprano, Kathleen Kurfessg alto, Ernestine
Roach, and baritone, Charles Kurfess. The accompanist
was Mary Helm. We also sang three numbers for Com-
Front roy: Helen Urban, Norma Kopp, Donald Oestreich, Roy
Christen, Ernestine Roach, Delores Hannan, Natalie Wilson,
Zoe Ann Wilson. '
Back roy: Kathleen Kurfess, Mrs. Hobart, Mary Helm, Merlin
Miller, George Rife, Russell Welling, Roger Ernsthausen,
Charles Kurfess, Imogene Broka.
There are several new members in our- orchestra this
year. Kathleen Kurfess took Mary Langell's place at the
piano. Ernest Slater played the drums and Bonnie Kopp, the
bells the second semester. Ellen Christen played with us
the last eight weeks replacing Roy Christen in 3rd clarinet
and moving Roy to lst clarinet.
Six of our members graduate this year: Charles Kur-
fess, alto horny Ernestine Roach, lst clarinetg Imogene
Broka, drumsg Mary Helm, bells, Norma Kopp, violing and
Donald Oestreich, 'cello.
Our orchestra made three public appearances: the Jun-
ior play, the Senior play, and Commencement.
CHRISTMAS IN M E X ICO
Given under the direction of Mrs. Elmer Hobart
Troy-Luckey School Auditorium
. Thursday evening Dec. 19 at 8:00
Given by permission of the publishers, Myers8:Carring-
ton, Redwood City, California
Accompanist--- ------------------- ---- Helen Urban
Cast of Characters
Santa --------- ------------------ ------ Dick Eilert
Father --------- -------- Jim Ford
Mother -------- - - - ---- 4--Joan Miller
Pedro ------- ----- ---- -------- Marlyn Busdeker
Carmen --------- ----- --- ----------- Barbara Amos
Elena ------------- ---Mary Ellen Schroeder
Petra ---------- --------- Johnny Kurfess
Maria ------------ --- - --------- Loleta Wilson
Angels ------------- -- ---------------- Suzanne Jacobs
--------------- ---------f-------------Jane Abke
Chorus of Neighbors ----- Shirley Brinker, Patty Caris,
Joe Helm, Donna Welling, Roscoe Crispen, Charles Alf
bright, Noladean Kinker, Alvin Swartz, Ronnie Webb,
Arlene Grover, Betty Carr, Helen Tracy,Shirley Jacobs,
Barbara Carr, Ronnie Hayward, Ronnie HazeL Elaine Rus-
winkle, Jim Helm.
Orchestra Chorus ----- Marilyn Hoelter, Florence Miller,
Martha Mallery, David Jacobs, Kathryn Hazel, Jeanne
Urban, Arlene Rife, Norma Walker, Patty-Finn, Ronnie
Melcher, -Janet Jensen, Jim Emmitt, Mary Ellen Leking,
Dale Ruswinkle, Doris Ruswinkle, Nancy Crispen, Mar-
lene Miller, Mary Rae Kimmel, Gerald Ernsthausen, Con-
nie Oestreich, Kathleen Neifer, Anne Swartz, Connie
Baker, George Jensen, Dorothy Nehls, Lola Evans, Janet
Kopp, Joanne Rothenbuhler.
Stage Managers ----------- ---- David Kopp, Dale Jacobs
First row: Johnny Kurfess, Barbara Amos, Jimmie Ford, Dick Eilert,
Joan Miller, Marlin Busdeker, Mary Ellen Schroeder, Loleta Wilson.
Second row: Jane Abke, Patty Finn, Martha Mallery, Jeanne Urban,
Arlene Rife, Arlene Grover, Katharine Easel, Janet Kopp, Anne Swartz,
Lola Jean Evans, Dorothy Nehls, Marlene Miller, Kathleen Neifer,
Third roy: Helen Urban, Marilyn Hoelter, David Kopp, Joe Helm,
Florence Miller, Janet Jensen, Joan Rothenbuhler, Norma Lou Walker,
Doris Ruswinkle, Mary Ellen Leking, Nancy Crispen, Connie Baker,
Mary Rae Kimmel.
Fourth row: Dale Jacobs, Ronnie Hayward, Ronnie Webb, Roscoe Cris-
pen, Gerald Ernsthausen, Jimmie Emmitt, Ronnie Melcher, David Jacoba
George Jensen, Dale Ruswinkle, Jim Helm, Ronnie Hazel, Charles Al-
Fifth roy: Shirley Jacobs, Cathryn Evans, Barbara Carr, Noladean
Kinker, Walter Holtmeyer, 'Betty Carr, Helen Tracy, Donna Welling,
Patty Caris, Carrol Baker, Shirley Brinker, Alvin Swartz, Connie
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Jeanne Urban, Jim Helm, Joe Helm, Ronnie Webb.
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Eanee Grabs, Maxine Leking, Lloyd Museer, Larry Myers, Alvin
Swartz, Walter Jordon, Johnny Kurfess, Dale Layman, Dale
.First roy: Jeannean Wilson, Arla Christen, Imogene Broka,
Evelyn' Dierker, Margaret Samu, Richard Samson, Janice
Hacker, Marilyn Miller, Grace Jacobs, Ruth Samson, Doris
Holtmeyer, Ernestine Roach, Ellen Christen, Mrs. Hobart.
Second roy: Ruth Brueggemeier, Shirley Rife, Grace Emmitt,
Delores Hazel, Marilyn Coy, Norma Kopp, Maxine Leking,
Elaine Oestreich, Geraldine Carr, Joanne Oestreich, Delores
Hannan, Bonnie Kopp, Lena Young, Zoe Ann Wilson, Charlene
Third roy: Helen Urban, Kathleen Kurfess, LaQuitta Walker,
Elaine Helm, Mary Jacobs, Wilma Witker, Gretchen Snyder,
Doris Rothenbuhler, Roy Christen, Roger Ernsthausen, Lloyd
Musser, Dale Layman, Dudley Welling,Keith Fleming, Margaret
Fourth row: Alma Neifer, Glen Welling, Russell Welling,
Charles Kurfess, Donald Oestreich, Russell Ruch, Rolland
Hass, John Hannan, Paul Welling, Merlin Miller, Ernest
Slater, Bill Loomis.
Darlene Myers, Ruth Erueggmeier, Delores Hazel, Alma Neifer,
LaQuitta Welker, Shirley Rife, Theene Rush
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There were only seven drum majerettes this year. We were
sorry to lose Mary Jacobs and Elaine Helm.
The girls were their new uniforms to the finals of the
Wood County Basketball Tournement. Between the two games they
marched en the playing floor end saluted while the hand played
the USta1 Spangled Benneru. X 1
They marched with the hand in the Halloween Parade at
Gibeonhurg and in the Memorial Day Parade at Luckey.
First Boy: Carol Hannan, Linnie Amos, Suzanne Jacobs, Jane
Abke, Tommy Hasel, Mary Camp, Linda Lou Crispen, Ellen Dierk-
sheide, Karen Phillips, Mary Ann Minnix.
Second roy: Mary Helm, Darrell Spahn, Judith Gambell, Linda
Evans, Joyce Burkholder, Donna Jacobs, Martha Heise, Anna Mae
Jennings, Kaye Eberhart, Barbara Brockseker, Carol Ann Hoel-
ter, Frankie Camp, Jackie Austin.
Third row: Roger Radeloff, Bobby Baker, Jimmie Kurfess,
Richard Stebel, Danny Ford, Paul Gephart, Kenneth Caris,
Billy Dahne, Lester Poggemeyer, Gerald Miller, Allan Lee
Schulte, Mrs. Hobart.
Fourth row: Donald Caris, Freddie Burkholder, Dale Hacker,
Dale Kohring, Bobby Filiere, Dickie Korn, Bobby 'Wil1man,
Clyde Fieblekorn, Danny Nehls, Lyle Samson, Jimmy Kinker,
Walter Jordon going through cafeteria line twice.
Miss Rolfes thinking that itls a little too warm in the
Merlin comfortably seated at the library desk.
Mr. Doren at the movie projector.
Wilma and Charlene begging the reporters to get their l
news for the Nlnk B lotsn in on time.
Roy with a camera in one hand and a towel and a lemon
in the other. T Q
The bottom of Mary Jacobs' desk falling out.
Everyone looking particularly sleepy during tournaments.
Ernest having an entirely different opinion on the sub-
ject. p ,,
Donald typing extra practice material.
Mrs. Shaw eating an apple.
Rain at our football games.
Mr. Crafts cleaning up the physics lab after the students
The Junior-Senior English class up 'till one o'clock the
night before book reports are due.'
The Juniors planning their assembly the day they were
to give it.
Theone finding something to laugh about in everything.
The history students reciting brilliantly.
The boys on the right and the girls on the left when
we have movies.
Mr. Doren's variety of ties.
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