Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH)
- Class of 1941
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Text from Pages 1 - 134 of the 1941 volume:
Inviting You To
A Treasury of Golden
" Wisdom is the Right Use of Knowledge' '
ADDREE? W A,
We Present the
Published by the Senior Class of
Upper Sandusky High School
EDITOR IN CHIEF MURRAY WITHROW
BUSINESS MANAGEP RICHARD SWOVERLAND
Knowledge Is Power and Happiness
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'It is Only the Ignoraut
Yesterday it happened. Today We remember it.
But tomorrow-? So that we might not forget
the precious memories of our high school days,
We the class of nineteen hundred and forty-one,
present this year book. It records our scholastic,
social, and athletic activities, and if in future
years this book helps us to recall vividly these
happy days, we shall have achieved our aim.
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CLASS FLOWER - AMERICAN BEAUTY RosE
CLASS COLORS ---- BLUE AND SILVER
CLASS MOTTO - FIND A WAY OR MAKE ONE
Dedication, Superintendent, Princi-
pal, Board of Education, Faculty
Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Fresh-
men, Underclassmen, Junior College
Girls Reserves, Hi-Y, Annual Staff,
Latin Club, Spanish Club, Senior
Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee
Band, Junior Band, Orchestra, Senior
Club, Junior Chorus, Pep Band,
Swing Band, Vocational Agriculture,
Phonetic Writers' Club.
Football, Basketball, Bowling, Boys'
Physical Education, Girls' Physical
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Twelve years ago Harold Cope came to our school as a teacher of
biology and mathematics. His knowledge of these subjects and his patient
teaching have helped to broaden these fields of study and have been a guid-
ing influence to those whom he taught.
During this time he has served as faculty adviser to the staff of the
"Orange and Black", and for the last five years as director of the athletic
board. His work in the less publicized and seemingly small details of ath-
letics, and his untiring effort to make the games a success have been a great
factor in the maintenance of competitive sports.
Three years ago Mr. Cope compiled his notes into a work-book,
"Biology For Life," and this book, having been accepted by the publishing
company, is now serving schools in every state of the Union. This winter
the edition was revised and is one of the finest work-books of its kind.
In grateful acknowledgement of his beneficial service, both in the class-
room and on the athletic board, we dedicate this annual to Harold Cope,
with sincerest appreciation of his progressive interest.
Sarah Jane Osborn.
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W. P. OSBORN T. M. BOWMAN
President Committee on Textbooks and
Course of Study
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J. H. WITZEL
Conn-nittee on Grounds and C3.
Buildings Clerk, Treasurer Vice-President
W. O. MOORE
B. A. MUSKINGUM COLLEGE
M. A. WITTENBERG COLLEGE
Superintendent W. 0. Moore
Professor W. O. Moore began his academic record as a teacher in
Guernsey County in 1896. Wittenberg College, Springfield, is proud to
claim him as a graduate and former teacher. It was there that he received
his Master's Degree.
Mr. Moore came to Upper Sandusky from Mt. Gilead in 1923. At that
time the high school had outgrown school facilities and was being con-
ducted on half day programs. The next year, 1924, the Senior High School
Building was erected at a cost of S150,000, and stands as a tribute to the
Board of Education and to Mr. Moore. The building was thought to be
ample for Upper Sandusky's educational needs for some time, but in 1930,
the surrounding community petitioned admission to the Upper Sandusky
school system. Rather than erect an additional school plant outside the
corporation, Upper Sandusky added twelve one-room districts, comprising
all the schools of Crane township and portions of adjacent districts. This
gave Upper Sandusky an educational system of city proportions and in
1936 the old Union Building was remodeled and a new grade building was
added. The present Upper Sandusky school plant is commanding in appear-
ance and adequate for the needs of pupils in all its details.
Mr. Moore has seen the Upper Sandusky High School double in size.
His first graduating class, in 1924, was composed of forty-two members.
This year he will see a class of eighty-five graduates.
While his school duties were always his foremost concern, he was
active in civic affairs as well. For some years he was President of the
Cihalmger of Commerce, ever seeking to give the entire community the best
he a . 1
This year Mr. Moore tendered his resignation to the Board of Educa-
tion. His eighteen years at Upper Sandusky High School have been genu-
Many of this yearis graduating class were born in 1923, the year Mr.
Moore came here, and are graduating in 1941, the year of his resignation.
We are proud to have 'tgrown up" with Mr. Moore.
L. H. HOUPT
B. S. OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY
M. A. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
To the Class of 1941
Service, in these troublesome times,
Erases the selfishness of msnkindg
Nor forgets the needs in other climes
Induced by greed for gain. '
On our ears freedOm's chimes
Reverberate the call of humankind
Seeking those who serve without gain.
L. H. HOUPT.
ANNE ALBAN CLARENCE ASSENHEIMER
. Ohio State University B. S. Ohio State University
English, Civics Music
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G. L. GEIGER
FREDERICK FLEEMAN B.
B. A. Antioch College
Chemistry, Fine Arts,
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S. Ohio State University
M. A. Ohio State University
Engineering, Farm Shop
B. S. Bowling Green
. A. Ohio State University
B. A. Findlay College
C. S. Bliss Business College
Gregg Shorthand, Typing,
B. S. Bowling Green
M. A. Ohio State University
B. S. Capital University
Music, Junior Chorus
B. A. Wooster College
B. A. Ohio Northern
B. A. Heidelberg Colle e
M. A. Ohio State University
B. A. Asbury Colle e
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B. A. Bluffton College
Home Economics, Hygiene
B. A. Baldwin Wallace
English, Physical Education,
B. S. Capital University
Senior Science, General
B. A. Bluffton College
American Literature, Latin
B. A. Denison University
World History, English,
RUSSELL WOLFE GRACE SLEMMER
B. A. Heidelberg College Secretary to Superintendent
Manual Training, Algebra . and
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SARAH JANE OSBORN
Miss ERMA STEARNS
HAROLD BARDON HUBERT BARTH VIRGINIA BERG
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. G. R. 2, 3, 43 P. W.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2,
3, 45 Bowling 3, 4, Commercial
G. R. 45 Chorus 1, 4, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, P. W. C. 4. WALTER BINAU Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 4.
G. R. 3, 45 P. VV. C. 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Glee
Club 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 35 An-
nual Staff 45 Operetta 3, 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Foot-
ball 1, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Gleen Club 2, 35 Chorus 35 Annual
Staff 45 Phys. Ed. 1, 25 Bowling 3.
F. F. A. 1, 2 ,3, 4.
G. R. 2.
G. R. 2, 3, 4. F
G. R. 3, 45 P. VV. C. 4.
.E.A.1,2,:-1,45 Hi-Y 2, 3
G. R, 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Annual
Staf 4, P. W. C. 43 Scholarship
Team 3, 45 Salutatorian.
, 4. G, R. 3, 45 Phys. Ed. 1, 3, 4.
YVONNE CULVER BARBARA DILLON
lWARY JEAN E MICK
G. R. 2, 3, 45 P. W. C. 4. Latin Club 3, 45 G. R. 2, 3, 45 G. R. 2, 3, 4.
Annual Staff 4. '
lWARY LOUISE GAMBER
G. R. 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3g
Chorus 3g Phys. Ed. 1. MONNIE GARBER
MILDRED LOUISE GEIGER
Lakeville High School-lg Big
Prairie High School 25 Orchestra
3, 43 P. W. C. 4g G. R. 3, 45 An-
nual Stafi' 45 Scholarship Team
3, 49 Valedictorian.
G. R. 45 P. W. C. 4.
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Band 2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 45
Swing Band 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4.
Annual Staff 4, Class Officer 43
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Oificer 45 Latin Club
3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
P. W. C. 4.
FLOY JANE HOUSER
G. R. 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 25 Phys. Ed. 1, 25
P. W. C. 4.
G. R. 25 Basketball 1, 2.
G. R. 2, 3, 4, P. W. C. 4.
Spanish Club 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2,
3, 45 G. R. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45
Glee Club 3, 45 Annual Staff 45
P. XV. C. 4.
PAUL FREDERICK KROCK
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3
45 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1 2,
3, 45 Swing Band 3, 45 Hi-Y, 2,
3, 45 P. W. C. 35 Spanish Club 45
Bowling 3, 4.
C. R. 2, 4, C169 Club 2.
Columbus High School 1, 2, 35 Up-
per: G. R. 3, 45 Glee Club 45
Annual Staff 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 35 Offi-
cer 35 Class President 45 Annual
Staf 45 Scholarship Team 3.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4.
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4.
Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35
G. R. 2, 3, 4.
BIARGARET ANN lWAFFETT
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Chorus 1.
Football 15 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 25
Band 1, Annual Staff 4, Spanish
Club 3, 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 43 Latin
Club 43 Phys. Ed. 43 Scholarship
Team 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Swing' Band 3, 4,
Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Chorus 45 Latin
Club 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Schol-
arship Team 3, 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club
Bowling 3, 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 4g Basketba
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Class
Officer 33 Glee Club 2, 3.
SARAH JANE OsBoRN
. R. 2, 3, 43 Officer 45 Jr. Chorus
lg Spanish Club 3, 45 Operetta
3, 45 P. W. C. 43 Chorus 3, 43 Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 43
Annual Staff 4.
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G. R. 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4.
Glee Club 1, 2, 39 G. R. 2, 3, 4.
Band 3, 43 Glee Club 25 G. R. 3,
Jr. Chorus 13 P. W. C. 4.
5 A yr.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 45 Officer 4
Class Ofhcer 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, An
nual Staff 4, Phys. Ed. 1, 2, 3.
G. R. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3,
Annual Staff 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer
2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,
4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4,
Class Ohicer 2, 4, Pep Band 2,
Phys. Ed. 1.
BETTY IRENE SHAMBAUGH
Jr. Chorus 1.
P. W. C. 4, Jr. Chorus 1, G. R.
2,3,4, Basketballl, Class Officer 1.
G. R. 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, P. W. C. 4,
Q Jr. Chorus 1, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Annual StaH 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3.
Football 1, 2, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowl-
ing' 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 4, Chorus
4, Glee Club 3, 4g Class Officer
2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Scholarship
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, G. R. 2, 3, 4, Or-
chestra 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Annual Staff 4.
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4,
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Officer 45 Annual
Staff 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, Basketball 1, 25 Cheerleader
2 5 Commercial Team 35 Scholar-
ship Team 4.
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Latin Club 3, 45 President 45 Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Business Manager of An-
nual 45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 2, 3,
45 Swing Band 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,
45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 1,
2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4.
FREDERICK TAYLOR MAURICE THIEL
Hi-Y 3, 45 Spanish Club 4. Hi-Y 3, 4.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Officer 45 Latin Club
3, 45 Officer 35 Associate Editor of
Annual 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chor-
us 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Phys. Ed.
45 Cheerleader 25 Operetta 3, 45
Scholarship Team 3, 45 Orator.
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45
Glee Club 3, 4.
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Football 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Spanish
G. R. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45
Chorus 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Class
Ollicer 25 P. W. C. 45 Operetta 45
Annual Staff 4.
Football 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 45
Spanish Club 4.
S e n io rs
ADDA JANE WEIKER
Latin Club 3, 45 Officer 45 Phys.
Ed. 45 G. R. 2, 3, 45 President 45
Glee Club 2 ,3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45
Operetta 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25
Annual Staff 45 Cheerleader 25
Coinrnercial Team 3.
Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Hi-Y
2, 35 Latin Club 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 45 Orches-
tra 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 3,
45 Operetta 45 Latin Club 3, 45
Officer 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 15
Basketball 1, 35 Editor of Annual
45 Bowling 3, 45 Phys. Ed. 1, 3.
JEAN WOLFRUM W
G. R. 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Bas-
ketball 1, 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Class
Officer 1, 23 Bowling 3, 4.
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Glee Club 35 Bowling 3, 49 Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. RAY YOUNG MIRIAM HAMMOND
Senior Class History
May 1, 1937.
As we have completed our first step in
our upward climb toward that door
marked Commencement, let us review
our first successful year:
The officers were elected early in the
fall at one of the well-attended meet-
ings. Franklin Robey was chosen as
President and his assistants were: Vice-
President, William Wood, and Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Donna Schwabel.
For the first time a check room was
operated by classmen at all activities.
This was our means of keeping out of
The highlight of this year was our
Freshman Party held on April first,
which was well attended and truly quite
The Freshman Class.
May 1, 1938.
Having successfully surmounted the
step of "Hope" as Freshmen, and now
ascended to the top of the one called
"Courage," let us catch a glimpse of the
At the first meeting of the year, ofli-
cers were elected to guide us. We chose:
Richard Schoenberger, President: Ed-
ward Strasser, Vice-President: Miriam
Walton, Secretary: and Bill Wood,
Being sophomores we were given the
privilege of joining the organizations,
Hi-Y and G. R. We enjoyed the meet-
ings and social events of these clubs.
As a class we participated in the
pleasure of our two parties, the first, a
dress party and the second, a hard-
time party held in December and April,
We are enthusiastically looking for-
ward to being upper classmen next year.
The Sophomore Class.
May 1, 1939.
N ow we have mounted the step known
as "Confidence" We have learned:
"Friends are like keepsakes
Growing more dear, more precious,
More cherished, year after year."
For our cabinet, we selected the fol-
lowing: President, Edward Strasserg
Vice-President, Dale Blair: Secretary,
Rebecca Myers: and Treasurer, Marian
We started at once with plans for
making money as we were responsible
for entertaining the Seniors. Among
our ventures in this field were sponsor-
ing a movie, selling candy, and our check
We had a grand time at our class par-
ty held in December. We danced to the
music of the Swing Band. We also had
a theater party. The show starred
Deanna Durbin in "It's a Date," and we
did have dates, didn't we?
The class of '41 has done it again!
We are having a prom instead of the
usual banquet for the Seniors. It is to
be held the sixteenth of this month with
Lee Russel's orchestra playing for
dancing. Punch is to be served during
the evening around the tepee campfire.
As we bring to a close this year, it is
our desire to thank Mr. Gottfried, our
able sponsor, for his co-operation in the
past three years.
The Junior Class.
May 1, 1940.
We have reached the last and final
step before opening the door, Com-
mencement. This one we shall call "De-
Maurice Logsdon was chosen Presi-
dent, because of his personality and
ability. Richard Schoenberger, one of
our star athletes, was picked for the
Vice-Presidency, and the Xylophone ar-
tist, Sarah Jane Osborn, was nominated
as Secretary. The able pianist, Virginia
Hollanshead was appointed Treasurer.
Miss Erma Stearns, our sponsor, was
always ready to give her valuable time
in helping us with the small and some-
times very important problems that ac-
company being a Senior.
Early in the fall we selected as our
class fiower, the American Beauty Rose,
colors, blue and silver, and motto, "Find
a way or make one."
Looking back over the past four
years, we see that we have been well
represented. We have reached exten-
sively in all fields of activity and are
proud of our scholastic position.
Olur history is not yet completed as
we look forward to the most important
of milestones, our graduation later this
month. Class meetings will be quite
numerous as we discuss: the class play,
annual sales, baccalaureate, and com-
Now as we open this door, "Com-
mencement," we do not know what it
shall hold for us individually. We each
shall follow different trails and know we
shall "Find a way, or make one."
The Senior Class.
Miss JEAN GoLL1NG
Upper Sandusky High School proudly offers to all pupils desirous of
furthering their knowledge, a course in post-graduate work. This year the
group consisting of six girls, is centered in the commercial course. It is to
them we owe cur Orange and Black News, published weekly in the local
newspaper. Anna Myrtle Ellis is editor-in-chief and Helen Bils fills the po-
sition of typist. Their column contains the honor roll, social activities of
different organizations and class room highlights. By this the people of our
community are constantly informed of how we spend our hours at Union
This group besides the hours spent working on shorthand, typing, and
bookkeeping, unceasingly take preparation tests for Civil Service examina-
tions. Under this course the girls are recommended for positions and often
fill one before their course is finished. Some substitute periods for teachers
by which they receive valuable experience. They help the teachers in vari-
ous other ways by grading papers, running errands, and checking absent
Virginia Castanien, an alumnus of U. S. H. S., besides her commercial
course, has joined the seniors in their headaches over chemistry.
Maxine Clements graduated from here last spring, but came back to
resume her quest for knowledge. -
Anna Myrtle Ellis, after four years spent at Eden High School, is now
enrolled in this class.
Eloise Pool, having completed four years' work at Mt. Zion, came here
this year and is an active post-graduate.
Madelon Shumaker graduated from Salem last year and to further her
education came here this year.
Kathryn Taylor, another alumnus of Salem, is enjoying this course.
Ruby Williams was welcomed back after her completion of four years
of high school work.
Jessie Withrow attended college after her graduation from Upper, but
came back this year for special work.
Helen Bils, another graduate of last year's class of Upper, is also prom-
inent in post-graduate activities. '
These girls deserve extra merit for continuing their education. The
senior class wishes continuous success to all future post-grads.
NIAXINE CLEMENTS ANNA 1WYRTLE ELLIS ELOISE POOL! rf
Post Graduates 9330
KATHRYN TAYLOR RUBY YVILLIAMS JESSE- WITHROW
RUSSELL WOLFE, JR.
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GRACE BUTCHER, MAXINE CARR, DONALD CASTANIEN, PHILLIP CLINGER,
CORNISH, DON COTTRELL.
DANIEL CRATES, MARVIN CRATES, PAUL CRUM, JANE DANNENHAUER, KAT
LLOYD ERATER, GERALD FRUTH, RICHARD GAVER, JEAN GILLESPIE, JAMES
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BILS, HELEN BINAU, WALTER BRAGG, ETHEL BROWN.
ELIZABETH CORNELY, GEORGE CORNISH, ROBERT E.
HLEEN DENMAN, PAUL DILLON, CARL FISHER, PAUL FOX.
GRAHAM, RICHARD GUENTHER, DWIGHT HARE, WILLIAM
Row 1: JOAN HEHR, MARILYN JANE HENRY, MARY LOUISE HENRY, EDWARD HESSLEY, CATHERINE HORN, BETTY HOTTMAN, DOROTHY
HOTTMAN, MARTHA JEAN HOWARD.
Row 2: LAWSON ILES, HAROLD KAUBLE, JAMES KAUBLE, MARY KAYE, THOMAS KELLY, JEAN KINLEY, LEO LARICK, DOROTHY JEAN
Row 3: JEAN LAUCHER, EDWIN LAWRENCE, WAYNE LEIGHTEY, FRANCIS LENHART, LOUISE LOWRY, STARK LESER, DICK LUCAS, JACK LUST.
Row 4: SUSAN MATTHEW, ROSEMARY McCARTHY, LEEFEALICE MCCLAIN, DAVID MILLER, RICHARD MINER, CREIGHTON MOON, ANN MYERS,
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CHARLES SLEMMER, RICHARD STEPHAN, RALPH STONEBURNER, HELEN STRASSER, DARREL SWINEHART, IDELLA THIEL, DONALD
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EUGENE VOGEL, JUSTIN VOLZ, LEO WALTERHOUSE, MAXINE WHITAKER, MILDRED WHITAKER, RUSSELL WOLFE.
J umnior Glass History
Listen! Listen! Peanuts, pop, candy, hot dogs, pop corn, here comes the
Junior Class. Ever since the opening football game last fall, this has been
the continual chant heard at all games.
The Junior Class is under the able leadership of the following officers:
President, Paul Crum, director of the Swing Band, Vice-president, Russell
Wolfe, known for his ability on grid-iron and hardwood, Secretary, Susan
Matthew, that popular red-haired lass, and Treasurer, Robert Bils, one of
our outstanding F. F. A. boys. Mr. Wolfe is their class adviser.
Two events mark their social calendar this year. First was the class
party held at the Union School on the twenty-seventh of March. Dancing
and games were enjoyed in the auditorium, followed by refreshments in the
cafeteria. Second is the Junior-Senior Prom which they are planning to
hold the latter part of May as a pleasing courtesy to the departing Senior
You can't miss or overlook a Junior. They are seen in the limelight of
all school activities whether it be musical, scholastic, social, or sports.
Next year when they hold the honored position as Seniors, we know
they will progress with the same determination that has been theirs since
they entered high school as Freshmen in the fall of '38.
Sophomore Class History
The Sophomores, now at the closing of their second year of high school,
have been well represented in all school activities and their future as upper
classmen looks very promising.
The important social event was the class party, held on November the
twenty-ninth. The class co-operated in making this party a great success.
The class officers are: President, Delbert Barth and Vice-President,
Leon Stephan, both promising future football stars at U. S. H. S.g Secre-
tary, Phyllis Miller, known about school for her pleasant smile and person-
alityg and Treasurer, Alice Bowman, whom you remember for her perform-
ance in the operetta this year. The class appreciates the assistance of Miss
Neumeister, their adviser.
Each individual is looking forward to the thrills which accompany
their Junior year. It is then that their first formal affair occurs after a
year of heavy responsibilities. More power to you, Class of '43.
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DOROTHY HESSLEY, JOYCE HETZEL, JEAN HOUSER, EMMA IRVIN, JOHN KAIL, DWIGHT KOEHLER, MARILYN KRAUS, MARY
FRANK LEVIN, RICHARD LININGER, GENE LUCAS, REBECCA MCCARTHY, LAURA MCCLAIN, PHYLLIS MILLER, RICHARD MILLER,
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ROBERT STANSBERY, LEON STEPHAN, ROBERT STERNER, VERNON STOKER, THOMAS STRASSER, JOYCE SWARTZ, PAUL SWARTZ,
DONALD THIEL, LORETTA THIEL, VERA JEAN THIEL, ANN WALTON, ROBERT WALL, DALE WALTON, JAMES WALTON, BERNADETTE
MIRIAM WILSON, RUTH WITHROW, HELEN WITZEL, KENNETH WOERNER.
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ALFRED CORNISH, MARILYN COURTAD, RICHARD COURTAD, LOUISE CRAM, MARY CRATES, RICHARD DARDINGER, THOMAS DENMAN,
MABEL EHRHART, ANN FISHER, LEWIS FREY, JEANNETTE FRUTH, MARTHA GABRIEL, JACK GILLESPIE, HAROLD GILLILAND, JAMES
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VIRGINIA LOWRY, ARTHUR MARTIN, FRANKLIN MCCLAIN, KENNETH McKEE, SUZANNE MILLER, GEORGE MOLL, BETTY MORRIS,
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ELEANOR STEINBAUGH, HOWARD STEINBAUGH.
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freshman Class History
Entering at the very beginning of the adventurous road called high
school, we see the Freshmen. It is their ultimate aim to graduate in four
years, and the spirit With which they have started the journey shall surely
carry them to their goal.
They enjoyed a clever patriotic party held on January twenty-fourth.
Robert Bowman and Arthur Martin acted as masters of ceremonies with
derbies and canes suitable for the occasion. They conducted a quiz which
was followed by dancing to the music of the record player. They are
planning another party to be held late in the spring.
Freshman class officers are: President, James Gohlg Vice-President,
Jack Gillespie, Secretary, Eleanor Steinbaughg Treasurer, Helen Stubbs.
Miss Esther Schultz has filled Well her position as class sponsor. The offi-
cers have proved Worthy of the honor bestowed upon them when chosen to
lead their classmates.
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DE JON BUTCHER
JO ANN HUDSON
JO ANN PATCHETT
HELEN 'MARIE SHAFER
IDA SMYTHE V
LOLA MAY SWARTZ
NEVA JEAN GRAHAM
EDRA JEAN KUENZLI
MARY LOU PERRI
MARTHA LEE REBER
ALICE JEAN SMALLEY
MARY LOU WALL
We, of th
e Annual staff are proud
to salute "Teed', Vivian who is one
of us, because she holds the position
of associate editor.
Patricia seems to possess a Hair for
Writing, for in addition to being as
sistant editor, she is sec
retary OI the
She admits that English is her fa-
vorite subject. In fact, she plans to
attend college in the Education
Designing proves to be her favorite
sport is swim-
s that she can eat al-
most ANYTHING so long as potato
chips is not connected with it in an
atricia just LOVES dogs, but has
none, for as she puts it, "They all die."
For editor-in-chief of one of the
largest undertakings of our school
life, the Annual, We chose smiling,
seventeen-year-old Murray Withrow.
When Murray vvasnlt
people for certain jobs hav-
ing to do with the Annual he was
usually playing his cornet which he
will tell you is his "pride and joy."
Upon graduation, Murray plans to
enter college in a Liberal Arts course.
In his spare time, Murray may be
found bowling or playing golf.
When asked his favorite food he
admitted it was anything connected
with-of all things-olives.
olives, his f
avorite foor is
ho for the
This charming senior, W
past two years has handled the posi-
tion of drum maj orette so beautifully
and well, is Patricia "Pat" Cornely.
Aside from her duties as drum ma-
jorette she ranks at the top of the
grade list and is the school's leading
t one of her
Pat will tell you tha
' her dog "Topsy."
best pals is O
When she graduates, Pat plans to
enter a business college.
Pat has no hobby, but enjoys sit-
ting through features.
Pat says that contrary to every
rule, her favorite food is spinach.
Richard "Dick" Swoverland came
into the limelight recently When he
was elected president of the Sodali-
tas Latina. He also holds the posi-
tion of business manager of the
Dick's favorite subject is chemis-
try. When he graduates from Upper
he plans to enter Ohio State and
In his spare time Dick likes to col-
lect souvenirs and play with his dog
"Dopey.,' Ping-pong is among his
many sport interests.
' t eating, pork
When it comes 0
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chops is Dicks idea foi
Genial "Jim" Moon received the
honor and responsibility of being
elected president of the Hi-Y.
This seventeen-year-old Chorus and
Glee Club member modestly told us
of his hobby, also connected with
music, that of playing his clarinet.
Jim says that where he is going to
college and what he will take is still a
"mystery'9 but he is looking forward
to a higher education.
Our guess is that it will be some-
thing along the line of chemistry be-
cause chemistry is J im's favorite sub-
Jim's chief sport interest lies in
ADDA JANE WEIKER
To the satisfaction of the Girl Re-
serves, Adda Jane Weiker was chosen
president. She has filled thispoflice
faithfully and competently for the
Adda was prominent in all girls'
sports during her high school career,
and was captain of the volley ball
team in her senior year.
Not only for her achievements is
Adda well known but also for her ex-
ceedingly likeable personality.
Addals favorite sports are tennis,
swimming, volley ball, and basketball.
Adda likes noodles better than any
This well-known girl has many
friends and acquaintances.
Adda spends much of her time in
summer playing with her dog called
Ro SE MARY S PELLERBERG
Perhaps one of the most energetic
seniors can be found here in the per-
son of Rosemary Spellerberg, known
to her many friends as "Spell,"
Although Rosemary is president of
the Spanish Club and treasurer of the
Girl Reserves, she still finds time to
type many of the absentee lists, An-
nual write-ups, and other miscellane-
ous articles pertaining to school ac-
Rosemary is planning to attend
Miami University and enroll in the
Rosemary says she has no particu-
larly favorite food, but we notice she
thrives on vanilla cokes.
Her favorite sports are swimming
With our class meeting at the be-
jinning of our most important school
year, Maurice Logsdon, better known
as "Morry," came into prominence
around "these here parts" by being
elected president of our senior class
by an overwhelming majority.
The entire senior class should be
congratulated for its wise and
thoughtful choice, for this is an office
Maurice richly deserves.
Maurice intends to enter The John
Carroll University in Cleveland in the
When he isn't appointing commit-
tees for this and committees for that,
one may find Maurice 'ftinkering
withv or driving his "V-S."
When asked about his hobbies
Maurice proceeded in naming several
including: football, baseball, basket-
ball, tennis, and swimming.
Mauricets chief school interest is
Personality Write-ups by
BETTY LEVI N
These students have a ninety or higher average for four years of high
school. We are proud to congratulate them on their high achievement.
May they continue their fine Work after graduation.
MARIAN BOWEN ---- Congenial and dependable
PATRICIA CORNELY The eyjicient drum-majoress
BARBARA DILLON - A friend to everyone
MARY JEAN EMICK Quiet and unassuming
MILDRED GEIGER - - A joy to her teachers
VIRGINIA HOLLANSHEAD - The musician of the class
ELIZABETH IRVIN - - - Miss Slemmer's able assistant
MAURICE LOGSDON - The capable president of the class
CAROL MILLER - The dark-haired girl with the ready smile
ANN MOLONEY - Loyal and dependable to friend and teacher
JAMES MOON ----- The star chemist
SARAH JANE OSBORN - The trustworthy secretary of the class
ROSEMARY SPELLERBERG - - - A charming senorita
PATRICIA VIVIAN - Personality-plus associate editor of the Annual
MIRIAM WALTON ---- Always ready to serve
ADDA JANE WEIKER - - - Friendly and fun-loving
MURRAY WITHROW - A talented cornetist and editor of the Annual
D. A. R. CITIZENSHIP TEST
The Daughters of the American Revolution conducted a general citi-
zenship test on February 1, 1941, at the Court House in Upper Sandusky.
Participating were the following schools: Marseilles, Nevada, Carey, and
Upper Sandusky. Patricia Cornely, representing U. S. H. S. ranked second
in the county.
SENIOR STATE SCHOLARSHIP TESTS
On March 29, 1941, the General Scholarship Test for Wyandot County
was held in the Upper Sandusky High School building. The high ranking
"Upper Sanduskiansu Were: James Moon, third place in the county, Mildred
Geiger, tied for tenth place in the county, Carol Miller, Patricia Cornely,
and Rosemary Spellerberg, honorable mention in the county.
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Bowling Green Contestants:
Jeanne Gottfried ---- John Clark
James Moon ---- Carol Miller
Thomas Spellerberg - - - Charles Harmon
Edwin Lawrence - - Russell Wolfe
- Robert Casey
Delbert Barth -
- Joyce Swartz
Rosemary Spellerberg - - Patricia Cornely
Frank Levin ---- Susan Matthew
Bernard Rall -
Irene Schnelker -
Marjorie Henry -
Jeanne Gillespie -
Mildred Geiger -
Mary Louise Henry
Mary Lou Kuenzli
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Row2: IRVIN RANGELER, EDWARD STRASSER, RICHARD SWOVERLAND, PATRICIA VIVIAN, JUSTIN VOLZ, JUSTIN WALTON ADDA JANE
WEIKER, MURRAY WITHROW.
The smell of frying hamburgers marked the picnic beginning the ac-
tivities of the Cicero Club for this year. Because of the heavy schedules
and many duties of its members, the club could not hold as many meeting'
as were planned. The meetings we had were held at the homes of the
members and were spent by short talks on Cicero, games, and contests. The
group also enjoyed the singing of Latin songs.
The special event of the year was the birthday cake which the class
bought to celebrate Miss Stearns' birthday. Much to our surprise We found
that We had picked the Wrong day, but we celebrated it anyway.
Sixteen members composed the Cicero class With the following officers:
Richard Swoverland, President, Murray Withrow, Vice-President, and
Adda Jane Weiker, Secretary-Treasurer.
The class is exceedingly grateful for the able leadership and assistance
of the instructor, Miss Stearns, and We hope that next year's class may
enjoy and appreciate this organization and leader as much as we have.
Adda J time Weiker.
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El Circulo Castellano de Cortez
The Spanish Club was under a new sponsor this year, Mrs. Kather-
ine Tucker. Omcers for the year Were: Rosemary Spellerberg, Presidentg
Miriam Walton, Vice-Presidentg Franklin Robey, Secretaryg and William
Milum, Treasurer. Fourteen new members were initiated into the club at
the High School during the month of March. Meetings Were held every two
Weeks at the homes of different members. The members corresponded with
students from South American countries, and they learned many things of
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Richard Castanien, bass, Marion Chadwick, Cornet, Richard Coons, clarinet, Richard Courtad, baritone.
R0w2: Paul Crum, bass, Jane Dannenhauer, French horn, Kathleen Denman, piccolo, Thomas Denman, drum, Leroy Gottfried, baritone: Richard Guenther,
Cornet, James Hale, clarinet, Edward Hessley, alto, Joyce Hetzel, clarinet, Stuart Hollanshead, cornet.
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omas Kelly, bass, Dwight Koehler, trombone, Marilyn Krause, bass clarinet, Paul Krock, clarinet, Ruth
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Marching With Music
Fifty-eight boys and girls make up the personnel of the
'Upper Sandusky High School Band. Special emphasis is
MR, ASSENHHMER placed on both marching and concert Work. The past year the
i band appeared at all home football games, at the more import-
ant out of town games, and at civic affairs. They also partici-
pated in the band festival held at Crestline. The band is grad-
ually becoming an inseparable part of school and community
Mr . Assenheimer has been at the Upper Sandusky High
School for the past five years. He has built up the musical or- I
ganizations, both vocal and instrumental. The class of Forty-
one wishes to congratulate Mr. Assenheimer on the fine prog-
ress he is making and wishes him continued success.
Patricia Cornely has been the band's drum majoress for
the past two years. She has proved herself very successful in
this position and brightened the appearance of the High School
Band. The Class of Forty-one is proud to have Patricia among
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The band, in their snappy orange and black uniforms,
added a spirit of zest to the night ball games, and under the
lights the formations were very colorful.
Oflicers included: President, Dick Schoenberger, Vice-
President, Dick Guenther, Secretary, Murray Withrow , Treas-
urer, Dick Swoverland.
With the curtain slowly descending upon our high school
days, We, the senior members of the band, linger for a moment
to reminisce and to ofer a token of gratitude to Mr. Assen-
heimer for his unselfish and untiring efforts in our behalf.
May our under classmen march on to greater achievements
under the capable direction of Mr. Assenheimer.
ROW1: Arthur Martin, alto, Susan Matthew, clarinet, Richard Miner, Cornet, Creighton Moon, clarinet, Jim Moon, clarinet, Richard Moon, drum, Howard
Pagnard, drum, Irvin Rangeler, drum, Albert Reber, Cornet, Thomas Reber, clarinet.
Row2: Sally Reber, oboe, Betty Robey, alto sax, Roy Rossell, cox-net, Eugene Scheck, clarinet, Suzanne Schindler, clarinet, Richard Schoenberger, tenor
sax, James Schultz, trombone, Betty Shambaugh, Cornet, Franklin Smylhe, Cornet, Annetta Stoker, alto.
ROW3: Vernon Stoker, trombone, Carol Strub, clarinet, Darrel Swinchart, alto sax, Richurrl Swoverland, cornet, Robert Vivian Cornet, Justin Walton, drum,
Murray Withrow, Cornet, Mr. Assenheimer, director.
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The Swing Band of U. S. H. S. has become one of the chief sources of
enjoyment for the students and many other people. This band, under the
capable direction of Paul Crum, meets twice a week and is efficiently as-
sisted by Mr. Assenheimer. This year the band has twelve members.
In March, the Swing Band made its radio debut over WMRN, Marion,
Long may this musical organization continue to drive dull care away
by its lilting melodies!
M ildred Geiger.
SWING BAND-CREIGHTON MOON, Piano, PAUL KROCK, RICHARD SCHOENBERGER, JAMES MOON,
Saxophonesg MURRAY WITHROW, ROBERT VIVIAN, RICHARD LUCAS, Cornets, RICHARD SWOVER-
LAND, Drums, VERNON STOKER, DWIGHT KOEHLER, Trombonesg PAUL CRUM, Director.
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"Let's make music-sound the trumpetg beat the drums." This active
organization was selected from the Senior Band to supply that spirit of vim,
vigor and vitality, which helped the boys march on to victory. The music
of the Pep Band tended to strengthen the morale of the team and its
ardent followers. Three cheers for our Pep Band-the best in the land.
PEP BAND-JAMES MOON, PAUL KROCK, Clarinets, IRVIN RANGELER, THOMAS DENMAN, Drums,
HAROLD BARDON, French Horn, CLYDE BENNETT, Bass, LEROY GOTTFRIED, Baritone, JACK LUST,
Trombone, ROBERT VIVIAN, RICHARD LUCAS, MURRAY WITHROW, Comets.
Junior Band is the preliminary training by which boys and girls inter-
ested in music are given an opportunity to prove themselves eligible for
entrance into Senior Band. Mr. Assenheimer has made great progress in
beating music into these individual aspirants, who are endeavoring to find
the key to musical joy.
The old idea of the three "r's" being the main rudiments in education
is rapidly vanishingg as music has been aptly termed an important essential
to a well rounded and happy life.
JUNIOR BAND-DAVID BUSICK, GENE LUCAS, Trombonesg MARILYN COURTAD, CALVIN LAY, saxo-
phones 5 FREDERICK FLEEMAN, Jr., GENE STANSBERY, Drums, JOYCE HETZEL, JACQUELINE KRAUS,
JOAN WEIKER,' PI-IYLLIS WAGNER, PHYLLIS SWOVERLAND, Clarinets, ANETTA STOKER, Alto,
CHARLES McCLAIN, ANN WALTON, Flutes 5 ALBERT REBER, MELFORD SWINEHART, Comets.,
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BOWMAN, ALICE CLINGER, RICHARD MOON, JAMES SEIM, JOHN SEIM, Violins, VIRGINIA HOLLANSHEAD, MILDRED GEIGER, Piano, HAR-
OLD BARDON, JANE DANNENHAUER, French Horn, LAURA MCCLAIN, Viola, CREIGHTON MOON, HELEN WITZEL, Cello, BETTY HOTTMAN,
Flute, SALLY REISER, Oboe, JAMES MOON, DICK SCHOENBERGER, Clarinet, MURRAY WITHROW, RICHARD MINER, Cornet, DWIGHT
KOEHLER, VERNON STOKER, Trombone, LEROY GOTTFRIED, Bass Fiddle, TOM DENMAN, Drums.
Music is the first, the simplest, the most effective of all instruments of
moral instruction. It plays an important part in the curriculum of the
Upper Sandusky High School. All high school students, regardless of
whether or not they are preparing for the attainment of artistry and schol-
arship in music, should be encouraged to grow in an appreciation of musi-
This organization meets the eighth period every Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday. Throughout the year, the orchestra appeared at school func-
tions. They also furnished the music for the operetta, "The Chimes of Nor-
mandy." We can justly boast of our fine high school orchestra, directed by
The officers elected Were: President, Leroy Gottfried, Vice-President,
Kathleen Denman, Secretary, Carol Strub, Treasurer, Dick Miner.
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IEANNE CRUM, Alto, PAUL CRUM, Tenor, JANE DANNENHAUER, Soprano, KATHLEEN DENMAN, Soprano, LEROY GOTTFRIED, Bass,
RICHARD GUENTHER, Bass, VIRGINIA HOLLANSTEAD, Soprano, CATHERINE HORN, Soprano, JEAN HOUSER, Soprano, MARTHA HOWARD,
MARY KAYE, Soprano, PAUL KROCK, Bass, DOROTHY LARCOMB, Soprano, MAXINE LAY, Alto, GENE LUCAS, Bass, RICHARD LUCAS,
Bass, MAXINE LYON, Alto, ARTHUR MARTIN, Tenor, SUSAN MATTHEW, Soprano, LAURA MCCLAIN, Soprano,
IEEFEALICE MCCLAIN, Alto, PHYLLIS MILLER, Soprano, CREIGHTON MOON, Tenor, JIM MOON, Bass, SARAH JANE OSBORN, Soprano,
DANIEL PAGNARD, Bass, RICHARD SCHOENBERGER, Bass, PATRICIA SCHWILK, Soprano, JAMES SEIM, Tenor, JOHN SEIM, Tenor.
MADELON SHUMAKER, Soprano, ROSEMARY SPELLERBERG, Soprano, EDWARD STRASSER, Bass, RICHARD SWOVERLAND, Bass, VELMA
TRACHSEL, Soprano, PATRICIA VIYIAN, Soprano, MIRIAM WALTON, Alto, ADDA JANE WEIKER, Soprano, RUTH WITHROW, Alto, HELEN
Out of the glee clubs of the high sclflool are selected the singers who
will make up the chorus. This year there are thirty-one girls and eighteen
boys. It is directed by Mr. Assenheimer and accompanied by Virginia Hol-
lanshead and Helen Binau.
On March eleventh of this year the chorus presented the operetta
"Chimes of Normandy," a two-act musical drama.
In April the chorus sang six selections over WMRN, the Marion Broad-
casting station. This was the first performance over the radio for the ma-
jority of the members.
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JEANNE CASTANIEN, Alto, PEGGY LEE COONS, Soprano, JEANNE CRUM, Alto, JANE DANNENHAUER, Alto.
KATHLEEN DENMAN, Soprano, JEANNE GOTTFRIED, Alto, VIRGINIA HOLLANSHEAD, Soprano, CATHERINE HORN, Soprano, JEAN HOUSER,
Soprano, MARTHA HOWARD, Soprano, MARY KAYE, Soprano, DOROTHY LARCOMB, Soprano, MAXINE LAY, Alto.
BETTY LEVIN, Soprano, MAXINE LYON, Alto, LAURA MCCLAIN, Soprano, LEEFEALICE MCCLAIN, Alto, SUSAN MATTHEW, Soprano, PHYL-
LIS MILLER, Soprano, SARAH JANE OSBORN, Soprano, PATRICIA SCHWILK, Soprano, MADELON SHUMAKER, Soprano.
ROSEMARY SPELLERBERG, Soprano, VELMA TRACHSEL, Soprano PATRICIA VIVIAN, Soprano, MIRIAM WALTON, Alto, ADDA JANE WEIKER,
Soprano, RUTH WITHROW, Alto, HELEN WITZEL, Soprano.
The Girls' Glee Club is made up of all girls in the sophomore, junior,
and senior years Who are interested in vocal accomplishments. This year's
membership includes thirty-three girls, eager for the benefits provided by
the club. It meets once everyxweek under the direction of Mr. Assenheimer,
and is accompanied by Helen Binau.
The glee club is made up of three sections-soprano, second soprano,
The girls have been called upon several times to take part in chapel
programs. They appeared for the iirst time on the radio this spring. Who
knows, maybe that was opportunity knocking.
M irionm Walton.
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Twenty-nine boys comprise the Boys' Glee Club, which meets the sev-
enth period every Thursday under the leadership of Mr. Assenheimer. This
group was ably accompanied on the piano by Kathleen Denman.
Their vocal selections were diversified and pleasing to the listener, and
their songs in our hearts we bore, long after they were heard no more.
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MARTHA PAGNARD, MILDRED RUSSELL, ELLEN GARBER, IRENE CORNISH, NEVA GRAHAM, REVA BARTH, HELEN BARICK, ANN CAS-
TANIEN, AUDREY ENDERS, PHYLLIS WAGNER, JACQUELINE KRAUS, MIRIAM ENDERS, MARTHA GABRIEL, JOYCE KEMMERLEY, BETTY
ROSALIE HEHR, EMMA IRVIN, JO ANN PATCIIETT, KATHERINE JONES, RITA STIEF, BEATRICE ARNOLD, BARBARA LARCOMB, NEVA
JEAN ALSPACH, ALICE NEWELL, MARY BOES, GERVASE KIN, LOLA SWARTZ, HELEN SHAFER, ROSALIE HAMM, DE JON BUTCHER,
BETTY LAHR, NANCY HAGENMAIER, MARY LOU PERRI, ALICE SMALLEY, ANNABEL FEELEY, RUBY RUSSEL, JUNE BARTH, ZELDA
STURY, PAULINE SMALLEY, THELMA BEAMER, MARY LOUISE LONG, MILDRED SNYDER, MIRIAM SWINEHART.
DOROTHY GABRIEL, SHIRLEY BLASER, ANNETTA STOKER, AUDREY BOWEN, JANE MCBETH, HELENA PERRI, BETTY KIMBLE, DORO-
THY PHILLIPS, ALICE HALE, VIRGINIA DUMM, ANN FISHER, JOAN WOLFRUM, JOAN KINLEY, NORMA DUMM, PHYLLIS ROSSEL,
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Junior Chorus consists of sixty-three members under the excellent
direction of Miss Virginia Kuenzli. This is one of the most promising
musical groups of our school. The chorus L3 divided into two sections. Each
section meets twice a Week.
At Christmas, the junior chorus presented the operetta, "A Story of
Christmas," with Audrey Enders as soloist. Martha Gabriel was the ac-
companist for the operetta.
Ditecffw In order to give the students poise and experience in appearing before
I itti A ' ' an audience, each student is required to perform individually once each
,. semester. Long may this group continue to develop their musical talent.
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JEAN LAUCHER, DWIGHT KOEI-ILER, KENNETH WOERNER, ROBERT SOUTHWARD, MINOR SHAFER.
CALVIN CRATES, DANIEL CRATES, JAMES BICKHAM. RICHARD MOON, CRAIG BOWMAN, MAURICE LOGSDON, WILLIAM MILUM,
FRANKLIN SMYTHE, VERNON STOKER, RICHARD STEPHAN, DALE COURTAD, WILLIAM HART, WAYNE LEIGHTY.
IRVIN D. TSCHANTZ, Sponsor, DWIGHT HARE, WILLIAM WOOD, HAROLD KAUBLE, THOMAS KELLY, DONALD YOUNG, RUSSELL WOLFE,
MAURICE THIEL, JOSEPH BOES, DONALD COTTRELL, MARION CHADWICK, ROBERT CORNISH, CALVIN ARMSTRONG, DELBERT BARTH.
ROY ROSSEL, EUGENE TIVENAN, FREDERICK TAYLOR, HAROLD BEIDELSCHIES, RICHARD MINER, FRANKLIN ROBEY, ROBERT HECKER,
JOHN KAIL, ROBERT STERNER, THOMAS STRASSER, JOHN SCHWABEL, ROBERT WALL, MARVIN CRATES.
The Hi-Y is an outgrowth of the Y. M. C. A. It is a club for high
school boys intended to develop the high standards of Christian charac-
ter, clean living, clean speech, clean scholarship, and clean sportsmanship.
The Hi-Y is almost entirely independent of all other organizations and is
managed by the boys themselves with the aid of an adviser or sponsor.
There is a relatively large number of boys belonging to the Hi-Y.
This makes possible meetings and parties which the boys would miss
otherwise. The Kiddies, Christmas Party in conjunction with the Girl
Reserves gives the boys the feeling of being useful to the community.
The G. R. furnish candy and oranges and Hi-Y donate rejuvenated toys.
The Party is held on the last school day before Christmas. Then there
is the annual G. R.-Hi-Y Rabbit Banquet which is really a banquet With
a party thrown in for good measure.
The Hi-Y, under the leadership of Mr. Tschantz, the sponsor, has
been successful in all its undertakings. The officers are: President, Jim
Moong Vice-President, Richard Schoenbergerg Secretary, Dale Blairg and
Treasurer, Paul Crum.
We Wish the Hi-Y success in every way in years to come.
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"A Castle of Dreams" was the theme of the Girl Reserves this year.
Each meeting was held in an imaginary room of our castle. Addresses on
various subjects aided each girl "to find and give the best" and "to face
life squarely." We were very capably advised by Miss Alban and assisted by
Mrs. Tucker. Our officers were: Adda Jane Weiker, President, Virginia
Hollanshead, Vice-President, Patricia Vivian, Secretary, and Rosemary
VIRGINIA BERG, HELEN BINAU, HELEN BINAU, CHRISTINE BILLHARDT, ELMA BOWEN, MARIAN BOWEN, ALICE BOWMAN, BARBARA
BOWMAN, MARGARET BROWN, JEAN BURKS.
GRACE BUTCHER, ALYCE CAMPBELL, BONNIE CAMPBELL, JEANNE CASTANIEN, ROSEMARY CLABAUGH, MARGARET CLARK, MAXINE
CLEMENTS, PEGGY LEE COONS, PATRICIA CORNELY, JESSIE CORNISH.
JEANNE CRUM, YVONNE CULVER, JANE DANNENHAUER, KATHLEEN DENMAN, BARBARA DILLON, DORIS DUFFIELD, MARY JEAN EMICK,
MARY LOUISE GAMBER, MILDRED GEIGER, ZILPHA GIBSON.
JEAN GILLESPIE, JEANNE GOTTFRIED, JOAN HEHR, ROSALIE HEHR, MARILYN HENRY, MARJORIE HENRY, MARY LOUISE HENRY,
JOYCE HETZEL. VIRGINIA HOLLANSHEAD, FLOY JANE HOUSER.
JEAN HOUSER, MARTHA JEAN HOUSER, ELIZABETH IRVIN, EMMA IRVIN, MARY KAYE, MARILYN KRAUS, DOROTHY LARCOMB, MARY
LAWRENCE, MAXINE LAY, BETTY LAYMAN.
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ROSEMARY MCCARTHY, LAURA MCCLAIN, LEEFEALICE MCCLAIN.
CAROL MILLER, PHYLLIS MILLER, ANN MOLONEY, ANN MYERS, GERTRUDE MYERS, REBECCA MYERS, JANET ORIANS, SARAH JANE
OSBORN, LOUISE PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH REAMSNYDER.
BETTY ROBEY, IRENE SCHNELKER, .IEAN SCHNELKER, DONNA SCHWABEL, PATRICIA SCHWILK, ALICE SHAFER, DONNA SHAMBAUGH,
MARJORIE SMITH, ROSEMARY SPELLERBERG, HELEN STRASSER.
CAROL STRUB, JOYCE SWARTZ, EILEEN TAYLOR, VERA JEAN THIEL, VELMA TRACHSEL, PATRICIA VIVIAN, ANN WALTON, MIRIAM
WALTON, ADDA JANE WEIKER, RUBY WILLIAMS.
MIRIAM WILSON, RUTH WITHROW, HELEN WITZEL, JEAN WOLFRUM, MISS ANNE ALBAN.
A few of the high spots of the year were: our annual Gypsy Hike when
we crossed the threshold into the castleg our Christmas Party in the nur-
sery where we entertained needy ohildren of our communityg the Mother-
Daughter Tea in the dining roomg and on May 19, at our Senior Farewell,
we lowered the portcullis concluding a very successful year. The graduat-
ing members hope that the Girl Reserves will enjoy even greater member-
ship in the coming years, and be endowed with the same spirit we have
Virginica H ollcmshectd.
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HUBERT BARTH, JOHN BENNETT, ROBERT BILS, GLEN BOWER, WALTER BRAGG, VERNON BURKS, DONALD CASTANIEN, RICHARD
CASTANIEN, ROBERT CLINGER.
DALE COURTAD, RICHARD COURTAD, PAUL FOX, HAROLD GILLILAND, CARL HARRIS, RICHARD HEHR, JEAN KINLEY, WAYNE LEIGHTY,
FRANKLIN MCCLAIN, RICHARD MQCLAIN, GEORGE MOLL, HAROLD MYERS, ALFRED POOL, BERNARD RALL, EUGENE SCHECK, MARION
STALTER, RALPH STONEBURNER.
HAROLD SWARTZ, DARREL SWINEHART, MELFORD SWINEHART, RUSSELL SWINEHART, RICHARD THIEL, DONALD ULRICH, CHARLES
WALTON, DALE WALTON.
F. F. A., which consists of all the Agriculture students, is an organiza-
tion to teach boys, on the level of high school instruction, the modern prac-
tice in farming so that future work by them Will be more eflicient.
Some of the outstanding accomplishments for the year are as follows:
Eleven teams participated in a judging contest at Ohio State Univer-
sity, June 1, 1940. Three boys placed high in this contest. They Won first
place in a display at the County Fair, second place in live stock, and fourth
place in the county corn husking contest.
by the instructor, have been used throughout the
and Farm Crops.
members to Washington, D. C., and the World's
Work books, Written
year in both Engineering
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. Fair proved both interesting and instructive.
l The motto for the year was: "More and better projects."
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Phonetic Writers Club
Rowl: ELIZABETH IRYIN, ANN HUDSON, HELEN BINAU, MARY JEAN EMICK, DONNA SHAMBAUGH, MARGARET BROWN, MAX-
INE HANNUM, PATRICIA CORNELY, VIRGINIA BERG, RUBY WILLIAMS, FLOY JANE HOUSER, ALICE SHAFER, YVONNE
CULYER, MILDRED GEIGER.
Rowi: SARAH JANE OSBORN, BETTY ROBEY, DONNA SCHWABEL, VELMA TRACHSEL, JEAN WOLFRUM, ROSEMARY CLABAUGH,
ZILPHA GIBSON, MAXINE LAY, MIRIAM WALTON.
Tlhe Phonetic Writers Club is an organization for Senior Shorthand
students. It was organized in 1922 and has been continuous in its activi-
ties since its origin.
The purpose of the club is to acquaint the members with the qualifica-
tions beyond a mere technical knowledge Which are necessary to success-
fully obtain and hold stenographic positions. Talks by the members, and
also by out-of-town speakers have been given at the meetings, which were
held every month.
This year's officers Were: Betty Irvin, President, Mary Jean Emick,
Vice-President, and Maxine Lay, Secretary-Treasurer.
J EAN GOLLING
Editor-in-Chief ------ Murray Withrow
Associate Editor Patricia, Vivian
Photography Editor - ---- Craig Bowman
MLlSiC Editor - - ---- Patricia Cornely
Sports Editors Frank Robey, Virginia Hollanshead
Snapshots - ---- Ann Moloney
Historian - - - - - Barbara Dillon
Faculty Adviser ---- - Mr. Fleeman
Business Manager ------ Richard Swoverland
Assistant Business Manager ----- Marian Bowen
Treasurer - - - ---- Edward Strasser
Typists ----- Mildred Geiger, Rosemary Spellerberg
Advertising Manager ------ Adda Jane Weiker
Advertising Solicitors-Sarah Osborn, Leroy Gottfried, Maurice
Logsdon, Edward Strasser, Ann Moloney, Georgia Lianos, Richard
Swoverland, Donna Shambaugh, Alice Shafer.
Circulation Manager ------- Carol Miller
Salesmen-Miriam Walton, Betty Levin, Carol Strub, Richard
Schoenberger, Rosemary Spellerberg, James Moon, Maxine Lay,
William Wood, William Milum, Dale Blair.
A bigger, better Indian Village !-something different-can it be done?
-why not ?-"select staff" thirty strong-"How can I shrink this article
to two pages"-Craig resorting to emptying study halls to get those pic-
tures-girls rushing around the studio combing their hair-"10:15? that
only gives me 45 minutes to put on my lipstick"--the male element miser-
able sporting ties-what price beauty ?-check room nets 50 dollars-Ann
with that eternal, not too infernal, candid camera-Schoenie, Swovie, Adda,
Murray and all of us learning how to Win ads and influence local merchants
-Ed lying awake nights trying to balance the budget-covers discussed
and rediscussed and at long last ordered-copy finally off to the printer-
"Is it really all right, Mr. Fleeman? 'Cause if you say so"-take it from us,
dear Reader, there couldn't have been a more patient, more considerate,
more-more-Words can't express the way the stai feels about Mr. Flee-
man. Working . . . hoping . . . planning-now it is finished!
Carol M iller.
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1: DALE BLAIR, MARIAN BOWEN, CRAIG BOWMAN, PATRICIA CORNELY, BARBARA DILLON, MILDRED GEIGER, LEROY GOTTFRIED,
2: MAXINE LAY, BETTY LEVIN, GEORGIA LIANOS, MAURICE LOGSDON, CAROL MILLER, WILLIAM MILUM, ANN MOLONEY, JIM MOON.
3: SARAH JANE OSBORN, FRANKLIN ROBEY, RICHARD SCHOENBERGER, ALICE SHAFER, DONNA SHAMBAUGH, ROSEMARY SPELLER-
BERG, EDWARD STRASSER, RICHARD SWOYERLAND.
4: PATRICIA VIVIAN, MIRIAM WALTON, ADDA JANE WEIKER, MURRAY WITHROW, WILLIAM WOOD, MR. FLEEMAN.
W. O. MOORE, Superintendent of Schools, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, in accept-
ing the school athletic field at the dedicatory exercises, Oct. 18, 1940,
at 7 230 p. m.:
More than twenty-five years ago the members of the board of educa-
tion considered purchasing this entire block for school purposes. Since that
time much has been done to realize this end.
The east side of this field was purchased by the board of education
and paid for from tuition received from an adjoining school district. The
west side of this field was purchased by the board of education, and mostly
paid for by the high school athletic association.
This athletic field was very low in certain parts which required much
filling in of earth. The work was done by the state highway department,
the county surveyor's office, the trustees of' the different townships in our
district, and the city administration working with the board of education.
Hazel street on the east side of the field was built and paid for by the
diferent governmental units working with the board of education. In the
same manner Walker street on the south side of the field was built. War-
pole street on the west side of the field was widened about eighteen feet
as a result of board of education and governmental units working together.
By the same cooperation the north boundary line on Findlay street was
The fence around this field was installed and paid for by 206 generous
subscribers in our community.
The scoreboard was built and paid for by two of our loyal citizens.
The flag and flag pole were donated by the ever patriotic organization,
the American Legion.
The bleachers on the west side of the field were built and the lights
installed, and donated by the combined efforts of the local citizens, headed
by the members of the Booster Club.
The graduating class of 1940 of the local school has given to the board
of education this public address system which we are now using tonight
for the first time.
And now as the executive ofiicer of the board of education I accept this
lighted athletic field with all the good will which prompted the good
citizens of this community to make this occasion possible.
COACH HENDERSON, EDWARD STRASSER, CRAIG BOWMAN, FRANKLIN ROBEY, WILLIAM WOOD, RICHARD SCHOENBERGER,
CHARLES SLEMMER, LAWSON ILES, HAROLD BEIDELSCHIES, RUSSELL WOLFE, CHARLES RUSSEL, .RICHARD MINER, DANIEL
MINOR SHAFER, JOHN DARDINGER, LEON STEPHAN, CREIGHTON MOON, DELBERT BARTH, MILTON BOUCHER, ROY ROSSEL.
ROBERT HECKER, CALVIN CRATES, CLAIR HILE, ROBERT BOWMAN, THOMAS SNYDER, JAMES HALE.
HAROLD KAUBLE, GERALD HICKS, JAMES KAUBLE.
The Rams reported to practice this year under a new coach, Dave
Henderson. After two weeks of hard practice, We were led into battle
against Mt. Cory by Captain Bill Wood.
Upper scored twice in the first half and converted once to win, 13-0.
The next week the Rams had a job on their hands, as they were travel-
ing to Bellevue. After a gallant goal-line stand during the second quarter,
Upper came out full of fire at the half and in seven minutes had scored and
converted. The Redmen scored in the fourth quarter, but failed to make
that all-important extra point, Upper 7, Bellevue 6.
The following Friday the Rams were shellaced by Bucyrus to the tune
of 28-0. Upper threatened only once during the game, but failed to score.
This was the first time the two teams had met in football for seven years.
We hope they continue the friendly relations.
Tiflin Calvert, one of our rivals, tripped us the following week, 21-13.
The Rams were a little over-anxious or they would have won.
October 18 will be remembered for a long time to come. On that night
was dedicated the newly lighted football field. Marysville proved to be an
unlucky opponent of the Rams as we beat them 21-6.
Fostoria St. Wendelin provided quite an upset when they held the
home team to a 13-13 tie.
Ada was Upper's next victim and they were defeated by an inspired
home team 14-0.
The next game was the all-important one with Carey, our friendly
enemy. Before a crowd of 2700 people, Upper and Carey splashed around
on a very muddy field. Because of bad weather, neither team could get
started, and so the game ended 0-0.
The team of '40 was the iirst team in Upper's history to have an un-
defeated schedule at home. Four wins and two ties. Upper retained the
Eagles trophy which they had won the year before.
Of the seniors graduating this year, there were six. Captain Bill
Wood, tackle. Bill was big and tough and always gave the best he had.
He was a hard man to get around, and was always in the opponents' way.
Frank Robey, center. Frank was the punter on the team. Switched
from halfback to center this year, he did fine work in the middle of the line.
Craig Bowman, quarterback. Craig had tough luck. He broke his
wrist early in the season, but came back to start where he had been stopped.
Ed Strasser, fullback. This was only Ed's second year on the varsity
but he played like a veteran.
Don Young, guard. Donny was small but plenty tough. He was al-
ways in there giving the best he had.
Dick Schoenberger, halfback. Dick was our blocking back and always
did a good job. Late in the season he showed plenty of power and decep-
tion as a runner. Q
The basketball team of "40" and "41', gave the future Upper teams
something to shoot at. Of the eight home games the Rams played, they
won 7 and lost one. Bluffton spoiled the home record by winning the last
game of the season. Away from home the Rams couldn't seem to play as
well as at home, winning only two games and losing six.
The team looked good even in defeat. They lost two games by four
points, and two games by three points. Bluffton beat Upper by ten points
for the worst defeat of the year. There were only three seniors on the
team: Richard Schoenberger, Frank Robey, and Craig Bowman. Schoney,
a forward, and Robey, center, were the leading scorers on the team.
Upper-40 ..,.......,.....,..,.......,.. Kenton- 34
fUpper-35 ...,,.... ......., F ostoria- 36
Upper-37 ....,,... ........ A lumni- 28
Upper-28 ........ Crestline- 37
Upper-28 ,....... Marysville- 32
Upper-36 ...,,.... ..,..... C arey- 26
Upper-38 ......... ........ W harton- 36
Upper-45 ........ Tiflin Calvert- 20
Upper-30 ......... .,...... W illard- 33
Upper-36 ....,.... ........ C lyde- 39
Upper-49 i...,s.., ........ S ycamore- 23
Upper-40 ......... f..,.... A da- 31
Upper-49 ......., Carey- 29
Upper-50 ...,..,.. ...,,... C restline- 37
Upper-41 .......,. ........ F ostoria St. Wendelin-45
Upper-34 ......... ........ B luffton- 44
Upper-27 ..,..... St. Marys- 35
RICHARD GUENTHER CHARLES SLEMMER DAVE HENDERSON CRAIG BOWMAN RICHARD GAVER
RUSSELL WOLFE DWIGHT KOEHLER FRANKLIN ROBEY CREIGHTON MOON LAWSON ILES
RUss WOLFE, a junior, an aggressive player and reliable defense man, was
the fastest player on the floor.
DICK GUENTHER, a junior, has shown a flashy style both on the scoring
angle and in defense work. His excellent ball handling kept the other
team "on the j ump."
CHUCK SLEMMER, another junior, was not a regular starter, but he showed
us that he has what it takes to develop into a dependable basketball
DICK GAVER, also a junior, may be the smallest man on the team, but he
showed us that he was not the least in skill and sportsmanship.
CREIGHTON MOON, also a junior, was always quiet, but showed his spirit by
his excellent playing.
LAWSON ILES, another important junior, scored few points himself, but
helped many others to score with his accurate passing.
DWIGHT KOEHLER, our youngest player, a sophomore, whose height was a
great asset, was center and helped in the scoring division.
DICK SCHOENBERGER, a senior, was our high point man for the season. His
snappy defense Work and cheerful spirit will be greatly missed next
FRANK ROBEY, anothersenior, was our center. He was one of the leading
scorers and his brilliant defense Work and ability to recover the ball
from the bankboard, were results of his four years' experience.
CRAIG BOWMAN, our other senior, was an important guard in addition to
being our longshot artist. He was always in there fighting with a
determination that Wins our utmost respect.
As the name of this team implies, it was made up of Annual Staff
members. The members of this team from left to right: Murray Withrow,
captain, "Dick" Swoverland, "Bill" Milum, "Eddie" Strasser and "Bill"
Wood. This team had the best averages, between 145 and 155, and there-
fore proved to be one of the leading contenders in the pennant race. All
the boys on this team have had two or more years experience and some of
the highest games of the year were rolled up by them. None of these boys
will be back next year so we bid adieu to these five seniors.
RECREATION PIN BOYS
This team was made up of pin setters from the Recreation Bowling
Alley. The members are from left to right: Tommy Beinbrech, captain,
Marion Bardon, Melvin Iles, Harold Bardon and Leroy Gottfried. Harold
Bardon, and Leroy Gottfried are both seniors and were the "big guns" on
this team. Leroy Gottfried was the proud possessor of the highest average
of any bowler in the High School League, averaging 167.
Always in the midst of a good tough battle, this team was regarded as
"competition" The members from left to right are Paul Krock, Tom Kelly,
Bob Vivian, Stark "Blinky" Leser, and Don Young, captain. Paul Krock
and Don Young are the only seniors and the other three will give hardy
competition to next year's teams. This team won a close game this year
when they defeated the annual staff team after a tie game. The teams
bowled an extra frame and were still tied. On the next frame, Captain
Young struck out to win for his team.
Though this team was rather inexperienced, they showed a fighting
spirit and the will to win that proved to be a constant threat to the other
teams. This team had a special way of winning over the league leaders
whoever they might be. The bowlers are from left to right: Frank Smythe,
Eugene "Huey,' Vogel, Minor "Bud" Shafer, Paul "Dewey" Dillon, and
Captain Tom Strasser. None of these boys are seniors and they will prove
to be one of next year's leading teams.
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Boys' Physical Education
The Physical Education classes include boys from the seventh to the
twelfth grades, inclusive.
During the winter months, they hold classes in the gymnasium. They
play basketball, volley ball, and have boxing and tumbling. In the Warmer
months, they hold classes outside where they play football and baseball.
The Boys' Physical Education Classes are under the direction of Coach
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Girls, Physical Education
The Girls' Physical Education classes consist of both junior-high and
During September, October, and November the girls participated in
out-of-door games playing baseball and soccer baseball. The major Winter
sports were: volley ball, basketball, tumbling and folk dancing.
In connection with the games, a health class was held once a Week
during the year. In this class Miss Schultz taught the girls many helpful
things and she deserves much credit for her supervision.
Some of the members of the classes gave a demonstration of their work
between halves at several basketball games this year.
Altogether, the girls enjoyed these classes very much and Wish con-
tinued success to future physical education classes.
Acida J fmc W eikcr.
Four Peppy Kids
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PAUL CRUM BARBARA BOWMAN RUTH WITHROW DICK GUENTHER
The Rams elected Frank Robey and Craig Bowman as co-captains to
lead the first baseball team for Upper in several years.
The Rams opened against Marseilles and gained a 7 to 5 victory behind
the pitching of Bob Vivian. Upper then dropped a 5-inning game to Mc-
Cutchensville despite the 3-hit pitching of Eugene Vogel.
The lineup was as follows: catcher, Frank Robeyg 1st base, Dick
Schoenbergerg 2nd base, Murray Withrow, 3rd base, Craig Bowmang short-
stop, Dick Guentherg left field, Dick Gaverg center field, Franny Lenhardtg
right field, Jim Walton or Dick Lucas Q pitchers, Bob Vivian, Eugene Vogel
and Paul Crum. Two seniors led the batting, Withrow and Robey, around
350. The other two seniors, Bowman and Schoenberger, along with With-
row and Robey showed fine team spirit besides playing a heads-up ball
Upper 7 ,,,,,,,,,..,,, Marseilles 5 Upper 7 .............. Sycamore 8
Upper 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, McClutchenville 3 Upper 0 ...........,.. Harpster 5
Upper 7 ,,,.....,,..., Kenton 12 Upper 2 .............. Sycamore 6
Upper 11 .,,,.......... Marseilles 9 Upper 9 .............. McCutchenvi1le 2
Season not yet completed.
CLASS OF 1933
Calvin Seckel has enrolled at Bowling Green University where he is major-
ing in Physical Education.
CLASS OF 1934
Harold Halbedel is attending Western Reserve University where he is
working on his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry.
Harold Roth is studying Law at Ohio State University.
CLASS OF 1935
Robert Troup is a junior this year at Heidelberg University, where he is en-
rolled as a pre-medical student.
CLASS OF 1936
Russell Bartholomew is attending Ohio State University.
Marian Shambaugh started this fall as a junior at Capital University.
Thomas Norton is a senior at Bowling Green University.
Martha Bowman is a senior in Education at Wooster University.
CLASS OF 1937
David Bastel has enrolled at Dayton University.
Joseph Kerr is attending International College, Fort Wayne, where he is
taking a business course.
Robert Billhardt is attending Fenn University, in Cleveland.
Robert Binau has enrolled as a student on the campus of Bowling Green
CLASS OF 1938
David Spellerberg has entered the junior class at Miami University, at
Oxford, where he is in Business Administration.
Daniel Cowgill is a student on the campus at Harvard University at Cam-
Jane Kinley has chosen Ohio Wesleyan University for her collegiate educa,
Sally Hare has enrolled in the College of Education, at Denison University.
David Stephan is attending Denison University where he is studying in the
Mervin Frank has enrolled in the University of Cincinnati.
CLASS OF 1939
Edward Bremyer is studying pharmacy at Ohio Northern University.
Mary Jane Kail is a student at Capital University in Columbus.
Madelon O'Brien, a sophomore, is studying at Ohio University in Athens.
Dorothy Ann Routson is attending Miami University.
Mildred Coleman has chosen Ohio Wesleyan University for her collegiate
James Weiker is a sophomore attending Heidelberg University.
Rebecca Hill is pursuing a business course at Tiflin University.
Janet Moser is attending Tiffin University where she is pursuing a business
CLASS OF 1940
Paul Smythe is a freshman at Bowling Green University, in the business
Robert McClain has registered as a freshman at Miami University.
Theodore Blaser has chosen Kent University, at Kent, Ohio.
Edwin Clinger is attending Ohio State University.
Jane Kerr entered the freshman list at Ohio University this fall, but she is
now studying at International College, a business school in Fort Wayne.
Rita Ann Dannenhauer has transferred from Ohio University during her
freshman year to Office Business Training in Columbus.
M-ary Jane Bricely has chosen Ohio Wesleyan University for her collegiate
Edwina Dunn has chosen the profession of nursing at a Cincinnati hospital.
Ruth Dumm has gone to Cincinnati along with her twin sister where she
is also studying to be a nurse.
Mary Louise Blair is taking a secretarial course at Wittenberg.
Barbara Fritchie is at St. Mary of the Spring University in Columbus, a
Hazel Craycraft is following a business course at Tiflin University.
Herman Spellerberg is attending Parks School of Aeronautics in West St.
Agatha Frey is attending Tiflin University where she is taking a business
Anita Walton has chosen Tiffin University where she is pursuing a business
Ann Miller has enrolled at Davis Business School in Toledo.
Helen Rangeler has chosen nursing as her profession and is studying in
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Enlisted Men in the Army
Thomas J. Carey, First School Squadron, Barracks 246, Chanute Field, Ill.
Paul Swartz, 36th School Squadron, Flight A, Chanute Field, Ill.
Joseph Perri, Co. B, 11th Infantry, 21st St. 3rd Platoon, Fort Custer, Mich.
Gilbert Koehler, 420 Richards road, Kansas City, Mo.
John P. Quail, Fifth School Squadron, Barracks 445, Chanute Field, Ill.
Harold Koehler, 63rd Squadron, Kelley Field, Texas.
P. F. C. Noble Earp, Normoyle Q. M. Depot, student detachment, San Antonio, Texas.
Sergeant Major Paul fllillj McClain, 2nd Bn. Hqs., R. R. C., Camp Grant, Ill.
Pvt. Jack McClain, 87th Qm. Bn., Fort Joseph T. Robinson, Little Rock, Ark.
Pvt. John R. Day, 4th School Squadron, Building 130, Chanute Field, Ill.
Pvt. James NValton, 77th Pursuit sqd., Hamilton Field, Calif.
P. F. C. John W. Walton, Co. B, 11th Inf., Fort Custer, Mich.
Sergeant Don Sebonoler, Co. A, 21st Infantry, Schofield barracks, territory of Hawaii
Myron Troup Ellis, 31st school squadron, Casual Co. No.. 7, Jefferson Barracks
Robert E. Binau, 18th Signal Service Co., Fort Hayes, Ohio.
Frederick M. Mitsch, 7th school squadron, Hight B, barracks 377, Chanute Field
K. E. Chadwick, H. Q. T. S. 2, 5 A. M. F. Guantanamo Bay Cuba, care of postmaster
Miami, Fla. .
Charles I. Carson, Fourth School Squadron, Barracks 135, Chanute Field, Illinois
Russell Fox, Fifth School Squadron, Barracks 441, Chanute Field, Illinois.
LaVerne Xveatherholtz, 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Ala.
Clarence L. Walton, Class 28, Recruit Attachment, Chanute Field, Illinois.
Pvt. Charles Hoehner, Headquarters Company, Building 64, Fort Hayes, Ohio.
Sergeant Glen R. Hudson, 112th Obs. Sqd., Pope Field, Fort Bragg, N. C.
Pvt. Carl F. Hudson, Hd. Qts., Co. D. E. M. L., R. A. C., Fort Thomas, Ky.
Pvt. Paul J. Gilliland, 52nd School Squadron, Randolph Field, Texas.
Glenn W. Shuman, Flight 1, 31st School Squadron, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
Merril Eugene Thompson, New School Squadron, Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Cleo Seabert Grossman, New School Squadron, Las Vegas, New Mexico.
Major John Gamber, Fort Amador, Panama Canal Zone.
Lieutenant Colonel D. R. Smith, 166th Infantry, A. P. O. 37, Camp Shelby, Miss.
Pvt. Neville J. Kennedy, Battery C, 15 C. A. C., Fort Hamehameha, Territory of Hawii
P. F. C. Robert Edward Stout, Co. E, 34th Infantry, Camp Jackson, South Carolina.
Pvt. Richard F. Kirby, 76 School Squadron, Building 73, Kelly Field, Texas.
Sergeant Stanley Lanker, Battery E, 6th C. A. C., Fort Scott, San Francisco.
Corporal Richard E. Shaffer, Battery C, 68th C. A. KA. AJ, Camp Edwards, Mass.
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Enlisted Men in the Navy
Harry I-Ieffelfinger, 11th division, U. S. S. Saratoga, care of postmaster, Puget Sound
Edward Karg, F. Division, U. S. S. Northampton, care of postmaster, Mare Island,
Paul G. Traxler, U. S. S. Utah, Main Division, care of postmaster, Long Beach, Calif.
Robert Eugene Huffman, U. S. Naval Air Station, Squadron Two, Pensacola, Florida.
Richard Eugene Graham, U. S. S. Palmer, care of postmaster, New York, N. Y.
Thomas E. McClain, U. S. S. Hilary P. Jones, care of postmaster, New York, N. Y.
Byron Earl Boucher, 11th Div. U. S. S. Whitney, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, T. H.
Harold E. Book, U. S. Naval Training Station, Unit J, Norfolk, Va.
Richard Book, U. S. S. Wasp, care of postmaster, New York, N. Y.
Kenneth E. Barth, U. S. S. Idaho, Division Number 3, care of postmaster, Long Beach
L. James Gwinner, U. S. S. Dewey, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Lieutenant T. M. Fleck, U. S. S. Lea, care of postmaster, New York City.
Harold E. Book, U. S. S. Tuscaloosa, care of postmaster, New York, N. Y. ,
Seaman 12nd classy J. V. Thomas, Radio Division, U. S. S. Argonne, Pearl Harbor
Territory of Hawaii.
Delson Eugene Horn, U. S. S. Minneapolis, care postmaster, San Diego, California.
Franklin Horn, Jr., U. S. Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Ill.
Robert Johns, U. S. Naval Training Station, Company 67, Great Lakes, Ill.
George Pfeifer, United States Naval Training Station, Co. 67, Great Lakes, Ill.
Seaman 11st classy Russell I .Karg, Annapolis, Md. Navy Yards.
Pvt. Edward Hablitzel, Troop
Pvt. Norman F. Passet, Troop
Draftees Upper Sandusky
Harry Franklin Barth, Troop A, 7th Training Squadron, Cavalry Replacement
Center, Fort Riley, Kansas.
Glenn M. Hotelling, Co. E, 2nd Bn., 7th Q. M. Training Regt., Camp Lee, Virginia.
Myron Messmer, Troop B, lst Training Squadron, Replacement, Fort Riley,
Ray G. Everhart, Co. K, 3rd Bn., 8th Q. M. Triining Regt., Camp Lee, Virginia.
Louis Emick, Troop B, 5th Training Squadron, C. R. C., Fort Riley, Kansas.
Foster Stief, 37 M. P. Co., A. P. O. 357, Camp Shelby, Miss.
Earl R.ennpa,sre, Troop B, 5th Training Squadron, C. R. C., Fort Riley, Kansas.
B, lst Training Squadron, Replacement Center, Fort
Riley, Kansas. , ,,.
Ray Boucher, I9 Co. 7th Bn., 15 D Armored Div., 2nd section, Replacement Cen-
ter, Fort Knox, Ky.
Charles H. Kloepfer, Co. E, Gth Infantry, Fort Knox, Ky.
B, lst Training Squadron, Replacement Center, Fort
Eugene 0. Bower, Co. E, l48th Infantry, A. P. O. 37, Camp Shelby, Miss.
Claude E. Schindler, 36th School Squadron, Flight C, Chanute Field, Illinois.
Russell F. Stansbery, Troop B, Fifth Squadron, Cavalry Replacement Center, Fort
Clyde Boles, Troop B, Fifth Squadron, Cavalry Replacement Center, Fort Riley,
William A. Kraus, Troop B, Fifth Squadron, Cavalry Replacement Center, Fort
Wayne C. Kear, Co. B, First B. Signal Corps, Replacement Center, Fort Mon-
mouth, N. J. V
Vincent Brown, Battery C, 18th C. A. C., Fort Stevens, Oregon. ' '
Edward I-Iessley, Co. D, 4th Medical Training Battalion, Medical Department Re-
placement Center, Camp Lee, Virginia. I
David Thomas, Service Company, 148th Infantry, A. P. O. Camp Shelby, Miss.
Robert XV. Miller, Co. A, 4th Medical Battalion, Medical Department Replacement
Center, Camp Lee, Virginia.
Clarence H. Lucius, Co. B, 4th Medical Training Battalion, Camp Lee, Virginia.
Carl Lawrence, Armored Force Replacement Center, Company C, 5th Battalion,
Fort Knox, Ky.
Joseph HA. Clark, Co. D, 6th Battalion, Armored Force Replacement Center, Fort
Donald R. Rinehart, Co. D, 59th Training Battalion, Camp Wolters, Texas.
Wayne Alspach, Troop B, 5th Squadron, Cavalry Replacement Center, Fort Riley,
Gerald H. Mann, Co. C, 5th Battalion, Armored Force Replacement Center, Fort
VVi1bur Murray, Co. M, 366 Infantry, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
C. H. Jury, 3rd Platoon, Troop B, lst Training Squadron, Replacement Center,
Fort Riley, Kansas.
Willis Bower, Headquarters and Headquarters Co., 59th Signal Battalion, Fort
E. R. Carpenter, Co. C, l92nd Tank Battalion, Fort Knox, Ky.
UNION SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
MAY 25, 1941 AT 8 :00 P. M.
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
W. O. MOORE, Superintenclent-Presiding
Song .... .... .... J U NIOR CHORUS
Reading of Scriptures .................... REV. FREDERICK W. HOFFMAN
Emanuel Evangelical ancl Reformed Church
Song .... .... B OYS, GLEE CLUB
Invocation ..... ............................. R EV. M. J. TEMPLE
Trinity Evangelical Church
Song ..... .... G IRLS' GLEE CLUB
Sermon .... ............................... R EV. R. B. COLEMAN
Methodist Episcopal Church
Song .... . ...MIXED CHORUS
Benediction ........... A .................... REV. J. IQ SEIM
Bethany and North Salem Lutheran Churches
O 100 0
UNION SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
THURSDAY MAY 29, 1941 AT 8
W. 0. MOORE, Superintendent-Presiding
Invocation .... ............................
First Presbyterian Chiireh
Oration. . .
President Senior Class
Oration . . .
Annual Commencement Address ...............
President, Ohio Northern University,
Music ..... ............ . ...........
Valedictory ............ MILDRED LOUISE GEIGER
Presentation of Class to the Board of Education
L. H. HOUPT
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'biilgiiti '0k'fii5i'sLi55i
Presentation of Diplomas ......... W. P. OSBORN
President of the Board of Education
Presentation of D. A. R. Prize ............
Presentation of the W. E. Martin Prizes ........
Benediction ............. REV. J. H. WEISSROCK
English Lutheran Chiirch
Music. . . ............ . .... ORCHESTRA
Q 101 0
..REv. R. C. BOWMAN
. . .PATRICIA ANN CORNELY
MAURICE F. LOGSDON
PATRICIA ANN VIVIAN
DR. ROBERT WILLIAMS
DR. ROBERT WILLIAMS
Senior Class Play
Dr. Walter Kimball ...... ................... .
Ella Kimball ......
Shirley Kimball. . .
Jeff Sterling ......
Rosemary Lee. . .
Cuthbert Lee .....
Chuck Malloy .......
Kate Malloy ......
Dr. Melville Stubbs
Lillian Stubbs .....
Gladys Miller .....
Florence Ward ....
. . . . .MAURICE LOGSDON
. . . . . . SARAH JANE OSBORN
. . . . . .BARBARA DILLON
. . . . ...RICHARD MCCLAIN
. RICHARD SWOVERLAND
. . . . . .FRANKLIN ROBEY
. . . . .ELIZABETH IRVIN
. . . . . . .JAMES MooN
. . . . .MIRIAM WALTON
.. . . . .BETTY LEVIN
. . . . . .LINDA LARICK
THE PLOT IN BRIEF
J eff Sterling, student football manager, is anxious to have Chuck Mal-
loy, who is a whiz at football, but a dud at Ancient History, admitted to
Dartford College. Jeff, Shirley, Rosemary, and Gladys conceive a plan to
persuade Prof. Stubs to give Chuck another history test. After Jeff has
been sent to bring Chuck, Rosemary remembers her intelligent cousin,
Cuthbert, who arrived too late to take the examination. She and Shirley
persuade Cuthbert that he will be the biggest hero on the campus if he will
take the examination for Chuck and thus get Chuck into Dartford. When
it is all over, then, Dr. Stubbs, impressed with Cuthbert's knowledge of
history, will want him to enter without further ado-thus "killing two
birds with one examination."
When Cuthbert has taken the test and impressed Prof. Stubs very
much, J eff arrives with Chuck-results-they seemingly have ruined
Chuck's chance for another history test, have Cuthbert in such a jam that
they won't let him register, and have Prof. Stubbs fired.
Another plan follows-that of revealing to Dr. Kimball, who wants a
new library for the college, that Chuck's Aunt Kate has millions. Not
knowing whether Aunt Kate is interested in a college library, by all cooper-
ating, each brings in an "Aunt Katei' of his own who is quite willing to
endow the college with a new library. Finally, to the relief of everyone,
Aunt Kate arrives on the scene, and proves to be a sensible, likeable person
who, in the end, sees that everyone gets his just dues, including Chuck,
Cuthbert, Dr. Stubbs, and the College.
The J unior-Senior Prom was held in the auditorium on Friday, May 23,
in honor of the graduating seniors. The enjoyable evening justified the
time and energy spent by the juniors. The unusual decorations added
greatly to the pleasure of the dancing juniors and seniors.
The Alumni Banquet was held in the auditorium, Saturday, May 31.
Cut flowers were inegeniously displayed to similate a garden. All who at-
tended enjoyed the evening immensely. The senior class wishes to thank
the Alumni Association for this excellent reception.
'O O I
BY HE PEOPLE-WITH THE PEOPLE-AND FOR THE PEO' E 0
UPPER SANDUSKY AND WYANDOT COUNTY ALWAYS
WYANDGT VAULT CUMPANY
The Chief of Them All"
TELRGS CU UC R0
Quality Metal Burial Vaults in the World
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
D t S y VAULT Say WYANDOT'
U. S. CONSTRUCTION
EACH AND EV
HE LASS OF 194
I S ISHES
HEALTH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
GRADUATING CLAss OF 1941
THE U. S. COMMISSION CO.
Melrose Food Products
CO-OP GASOLINE KEROSVENE
OILS COAL FEED SEEDS
RED BRAND FENCING MATERIAL
Uwe Serve to sen Agmff
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
CHIEF DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
BUTTER DRIED SKIM MILK DRIIED BUTTEIRMILK
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
SINCE 1914 UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
L .I SPELLERBERG MGR
ENTIRE LIABLIILTY OF OWNERS
0 107 O
C' pliments of
CITIZEN'S SAVING BANK
COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
'RAL DE O
C pliments of
"THE HAMBURGER SHOP"
SANDWICHES MILK SHAKES
CLEAN, COURTEOUS, PROMPT SERVICE
Upper Sandusky Kenton
TO THE FRED STUCKEY
WHO SELLS ANYTHING TO MAKE
LIFE A PLEASURE ON THE FARM
CLASS OF 1941
81 SON GEO. M. FLECK
Coal and Builders Supply
N . , Best Wishes
S to the Graduating Class
HOME OF Ward Walton
C mplime t
The Class of 1941
WM. GREGG AND SONS
BRI K WITH
THE WYAN DOT CLAY
0 f the
5c and 10c to 31.00 Store
W. M. SW OVERLAND, Mgr.
'V 110 Q
You Always Do Well
to Buy at
THES.E ARE FACTS:
By the Use of iA2,'l'iCllltlIl'?ll Limestone-
1. Good crops of CLOVER and ALFALFA
may be grown.
1. Livestock may be more economically
... All crop yields are increased.
4. Soil fertility is improved and may be
more economically maintained.
5. The tilth of the soil is improved.
A COMPLETE LINE OF CRUSHED STONE
Combined with prompt delivery, is available
to you at all times.
J. L. Foucht Quarry
Residence Phone 76-Office Phone 628-M-4
520 South Eighth St. Upper Sandusky, O.
To the Members of the
Class of 1941
Beverage and Ice
With All Good Wishes
For the Future
For Every Member
1941 Graduating Class
THE PERFECT GRADUATION
Is Always a Dependable Timiepiece
or a Brilliant Diamond
Select a HAMILTON, BULOVA, or an ELGIN,
latest designs, or a perfect DIAMOND, set in
a beautiful mounting, for the gift of a.
DRY GOODS Jewelers
Best Wishes of
Graduating Class DR. J CRAIG BOWMAN
W 85 W OIL COMPANY
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
E. W. PEARSON
INSURANCE AND BONDS
CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY
Nursery and Greenhouse
DELBERT SMITH, Mgr.
Two Miles East of Upper Sandusky
COMPLIMENTS T0 THE CLASS OF 1941
REMEMBER OUR STORE FOR
FINE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES
WHEN HE SAYS "WILL YA?"
BLUE-NORGE FURNITURE Co.
116 So. Sandusky Ave.
FURNITURE AT LOW COST
COMPLIMENTS OF WYANDOT COUNTY
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
CHARLES REED DOROTHY E. BORDER
MARY HILL Mr. QQ Mrs. E-ZRA FAII
AURCHER MILLER J. B. WARNER
CHARLES CRISE E. W. MOLLHOLLAND
A. O. I-IALBEDEL IVALTER DAY
DRY CLEANING SERVICE
GOOD LUCK Halm M0t0l' COIIlpaI1y
WUODS PONTIAC CARS
RESTAURANT TRUCKS AND BUSSES
Compliments FOR SMART BEAUTY SERVICE.
of PHONE 123
OHIO FUEL GAS CLIP AND CURL BAR
COMMERCIAL BANK BLDG.
HELLEN GATCHELL, VAYE CARPENTER
THE BEST ,PLACE T0
TRADE AFTER ALL
EVERYTHING FOR LESS
B. A. MOLONEY, M. D.
DR. R. M. ROSSEL
210 S. Main St.
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
PAUL K. STUTZ
Bringman Sz Company
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
UPPER AUTO PARTS
DEWEY L. DILLON
ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER
AND CEMENT WORK
to the Class of 19.41
Stansbery and Steck
Grocery and Meat Market
SERVICE STATION '
Berg and Koehler
slmomzme I DRUGGISTS
K1nley's Dalry of
MILK AND CREAM
CHOCOLATE DAIRY DRINK
IT PAYS to PLAY
WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE
OF SPORTING GOODS IN
403 .N. Main St. Phone 99
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
WYAN DOT COUNTY
"IT PAYS TO BELONGU
HENRY FAILOR, Secretary
GIFTS THAT LAST
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
Kleinlein Jewelry Store
An Intensive Training Course
This College will guarantee a six to nine
months' training which will qualify every
ambitious Commercial Graduate of the Upper
Sandusky High School for a good salaried
Special Rates Convenient Terms
Write or Phone for Further Details
The Marion Business College
SEE Compliments of
STEPHAN ELECTRIC STORE
For CARL F. KARG Xt SON
Frigidaire Iiefrigerators, Ranges and IYate1'
Heaters, Easy Xvashers, R. C. A. Radios
MSO UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
Phone 5R 102 E. Wyandot Ave. PHGNE 613'J'2
SAMMET the FLORIST
Flowers for All Occasions
QUALITY, VALUE, SERVICE A
DINE 8a DANCE I SERVICE STATION A
Q BATTERY SERVICE
W. W. MAHAFFEY, Mgr.
RECREATION VOLZ GROCERY
Bowl Your Way to Health
BONDS OUR SPECIALTY
ONE STOP SERVICE
FOR BETTER SERVICE
M. S. Sz E. G. NEWELL
E. Rangeler XL Company
CASH BUYERS OF
POULTRY AND EGGS
Compliments ' Best Wishes
of to the Class of 1941
FANCY GROCEXRIES AND
116 VV. Johnson Street
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
MILDRE-D FOX, Prop. Phone '78-W
131 W. WYANDOT AVE.
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO
UPPER DRUG STORE
OPEN EVERY DAY AND
ALL DAY SUNDAY
DELIMO C. MILILER, Ph. C.
JAMES R. LAY, Manager
Book Body Co.
Your Local Kroger Store
J. W. LIYON, Mgr.
FRANK KRAUS PAUL ULRICH
WARFEL1 COAL CO.
230 S. Fourth St.
The National Steam Pump Co.
UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO Compliments
Manufacturers of -
STEAM and POWER PUMPING of
-Also- CLARENCE W. KOEHLER
HOME AND INDUSTRIAL STOKERS FOR
HOT AIR, HOT WATER AND STEAM
PHONE 47 RESTAURANT
See Us For
STRASSER 8z SON
132 N. SANDUSKY AVE PHONE 346
L. H. HEFFELFINGER
BOWMAN 'S GROCERY
8z MEAT MARKET
T. M. BOWMAN
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Ave DCliX'6l' llhgne 1 2 S
BEST WISH ES
WELL DRILLING mom
DEMING ELECTRIC Ann
PHo151E ,Ia 128 W. CHURCH ST.
Q of-of-Q Q
DR. D. J. BAUER
BILLHARDT'S DRUG STORE
BUSY BEE GROCERY
R. M. CORNELY
DR. K. M. DAVIS
DON'S HARNESS SHOP
EAGLE NEST HATCHERY
EDEN GRAVEL COMPANY
FLOX DEPARTMENT STORE
FRITCHIE CLOTHING COMPANY
GIENR RADIO 8: ELECTRIC SERVICE
HARPSTER GRAIN COMPANY
HARTWELL SHOE STORE
DR. B. H. HATHAVVAY, D. O.
MRS. L. H. HOUPT, PIANO FORTE
JANE'S COFFEE SHOP
JUSTUS INSURANCE AGENCY
DR. FREDERICK M. KENAN, M. D.
LESER DRUG STORE
LITE-STAR OIL COM
MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP
CHARLES B. MARTIN
W. O. MOORE
NEVADA FURNITURE STORE
DR. J. A. PROPST
CHARLES V. REED
DR. C. E. SCHOOLFIELD, M. D.
SMITH TIRE SHOP
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
STECHER HAT SHOP
TRI SIGMA SORORITY
E. J. UL-RICH
U. S. AUTO WRECKING
H. L. WENNER
WYANDOT COUNTY HEALTH DEPT
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
I The U. S. Implement C0
Complete Sales and Service for
ALLIS-CHAIMERS AND NEW IDEA
Complim PII fx
NOW YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN
MAKE A GOO'D START
INCLUDE A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN YO
BUDGET AND WATCH IT GROW
BUILDING XL LOAN
Congratulations cmd Best Wishes
Class of 1941
Contoura Beauty Salon
AND WASHERS LOUIS FLECK
GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIOS
AUTO SUPPLIES HARDWARE
Are used, owned, are controlled by members.
Pay limited interest on capital. Pay Patron-
age Dividends on purchases.
When you patronize your FHl'll1 Bureau C0-
operative you are building for your own
Wyandot County Farm Bureau
UPPER SANDUSKY CAREY
J.. W, Hoplegjl
Althouser, Walter ....
Artz Bros. ............... .
Auto Club ........ . ........
Ayres' Insurance Agency ..... ..
Berg-Koehler Drug Store ..... ..
Bastle Bros. ............. .
Bauer, Dr. ............ .
Bender Ka Lucas ............
Bentz KL Swoverland .......... ....
Billhardt's Drug Store .......... ....
Blue Norge Furniture Store ..... ....
Bolish Restaurant ............ ....
BonTon Restaurant ........
Book Body Company . . . .
Bookmeyel-'s Market. . .
Bow 81 Arrow ..............
g y ..... u .......... ....
Bowman, Dr. J. Craig, M. D. ....
Bowman's Grocery ..... . . .
Bringman 8z Co. ............... . . . .
Broede, Mr., Supt. of Schools .... ....
Bud's Blue Sunoco. . . ........ . . . .
Busy Bee ..................
Canton Engraving ......
Chief Dairy Products ....
Clip Sz Curl Bar .........
Contoura Beauty Shop .....
Cornely, R. M. ......... .
Daily Chief Union .....
Dairy Store ..........
Davis, Dr. K. M. ....... .
Don's Hamburger Shop ....
Don's Harness Shop .......
Eagle Nest Hatchery ......... ..
Eden Gravel Company ........... ..
Ernest Hatcheson Music Club .... ..
Evergreen Restaurant .......... ..
Farm Bureau ................ ....
First Building Ka Loan .....
Fleck Coal Company ....
Fleck Hardware ......
Flox Dept. Store .....
Freiman's ........ . .
Fritchie 8z Company .......... ....
Q y ............... . .
Gier Radio Sz Electric Service .... ..
Gregg! Wm. Sz Son ........... ..
Halm Nash Company ....
Hare, Russell ...........
I-Iarman's Station .........
Harpster Bank .............
Harpster Grain Company. ..
Hart Kz Snyder .............
Hartwell Shoe Store .......... ..
Hathaway, Dr. B. H., D. O.. .. ..
Heielfinger, Lawrence ......
Hopley, J. W. ........ .
Houpt, Mrs. L. H.. . . .
Hudson Insurance ....
Hussey, Joe ...........
Jane's Coffee Shop .........
Justus Insurance ............. ....
Karg, Karl F. ................. ..
Kenan, Dr. Frederick, M. D.
Kimmel Cleaners ............. . .
112 Kinley Dairy ....
120 Kinley Grocery ....
111 Kirby Elevator ......
116 Kirchner, Adolph ....
113 Kleinlein Jeweler . . .
115 Koehler, Adam .....
120 Koehler, Clarence . . .
120 Kroger Grocery ....
109- Latin Club ...............
110 Leser Drug Store .........
120 Lincoln Highway Nursery. .
113 Lite Star Oil Company ....
120 Mahaffey Service Station..
121 Marion Business College. ..
118 Martha's Beauty Shop ....
120 Martin, Charles B. ..... .
117 Mennigen's Economy ....
117 Midway Restaurant . . .
112 Miller Dairy ........
119 Moloney, Dr. M. O.. . ..
Moore, W. O. .......... .
National Steam Pump ,...
Neumeister's Bakery ......
Nevada Furniture Store...
Newell Insurance .........
Ohio Fuel Gas Company...
Propst, Dr. D. O. ......... .
Rakel Cleaners ............
Rangeler Poultry Company
Reed, Charles R. ......... .
Rieser's Grocery ..........
Rossel, Dr. R. M. ...... .
Roth Electric Company. ..
Sammet's Florist Shop...
ScheriFf's Furniture .......
Schoolfleld, Dr. C. B., M. D.
Spanish Club .............
Smith Tire Store ........
Snyder's Dept. Store .....
Standard Oil Company...
Stansbery Grocery ......
Stansbery KL Steck ....
Stecher Hat Shop...
Stecher Insurance ........
Stephan Electric ..........
Stephan Lumber Company.
Strasser Sz Son ...........
Stubbs' Bros. ........... .
Stuckey, Fred . . .
Stutz, Paul K. .... .
Thiel Bros. ........ .
Tri-Sigma Sorority ....
Ulrich, E. J. ........... .
Upper Auto Parts .........
Upper Auto Wrecking .....
Upper Sandusky Banks ....
U. S. Commission Company .... ..
U. S. Construction Company .... . .
Upper Drug Store ........
U. S. Implement ..........
Veith, Oscar .......
Vogel Shoe Store ......
Vogue Beauty Shop .....
Voltz Grocery ...........
W Sz W Oil Company ....
Walker's Dry Goods .....
Walton, Ward ..........
Walterhouse, John .......
Warfel Coal Company ....
Weaver Auto Supply... 117 Wyandot County Court House ..... . .. 113-
Wenner, H. L. ......... .. . 120 Wyandot County Health Department. . 120
Western Auto Store ...... . .. 121 Wyandot Tractor 8z Implement ....... 118
Wood's Restaurant ......... 114 Wyandot Vault ..................... 104
Wyandot Clay Products ..... . . . 110
Advertisements ..... ..... 1 03-123 l Contents .... ...... . . . 5
Advertising Index ..,.. ..... 1 24, 125 l Custodians ............... . . . 14
1 Dedication ................. . . . 6
Advisers- l girectohnl of Senior Band ..... 62
Annual Stall-Mn Fleelnan rum ajoress ........... .. 63
Freshman Class-Miss Schultz ...... 44 Elglltll Grade -'-----'--- ------ 4 9
Future Farmers of America-Mr. l Faculty --'---" - ----- 11-14
Geiger .......................... 74 Football "'-"- '--- 8 01 81, 82
Girl Reservesilvllss Alban -'..--.." 73 Forward ................... ........ 4
Hl-Y-Mn Tscllants ....'.. ....,...- 7 1 Freshman Class .............. .... 4 4-48
Junior Class-Mr. Wolfe ............ 34 , Flltule Farmers of Amerlca' ' ' "'- ' ' 74
Latln Club-Mlss Stearns ..-'.'.' l I 60 i Girl Reserlges. ., ............. . . . .72, 73
Phonetic Writers' Club-Miss Golling 75 Glee Club, ' 'OYS ', """"" "" 6 9
Post Graduates-Miss Golling ....... 32 Glee Club, Gllnls --'- -- 68
Senior Class-Miss Stearns ......... 16 Histories-
Sophomore Class--Miss Neumeister.. 40 '
Spanish Club-Mrs. Tucker ......... 61 Senior Class ..... .. 31
Junior Class ....... . . 38
Alumni .................... ,.... 9 1 iophlclmore glass ..... .... 3 9
Attending College .... . . .92. 93 res mall ass ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' - 48
Dedication ......... ...94, 95 Honor Walk ------- --'- 5 6, 57
Class President . . . . . .94, 95 'lunlor Class "" ' ' ' '34'37
Editor ........... ...94, 95 Lam Club ---- --'- 60
Associate Editor .... . . .94, 95
Business Manager .... . . .94, 95 OH-icelis
Superintendent ..... . . .94, 95 i S6Hl01' Class ..... . . 16
Principal ............... . . .94, 95 K Jumor Class ....... . . 34
Faculty Manager ......... .. .94, 95 l S0l9h01T101'6 Class ----- -. 40
Commencement Speaker . . . . . .94, 95 l F1'6Shm3-H Class. . . . . . 44
Valedictorian ................... 94, 95 ' D D . ,
Salutatorian .................... 94,95 Olchestlan Semol' """ -'-- 6 6
Orator ......................... 94, 95 Pefsonillltles . - ' - 3 ---'---- -'-- 5 2-55
Superintendents and Principals ...... 96 Phollfitlc Wrlters Club' ', "" "'- 7 5
Army Enlisted Men ................ 97 Physical Educatlollf BQYS "" -"- 8 8
Navv Enlisted Men ......'....- ...' 9 8 Physical Education, Girls' .... ...... 8 9
Draftees .......'.'. .-,. 5 lg Post Graduates ........... .... 3 2, 33
Principal's Page ............ .... 1 0
Annual Staff ,,,,, . , ,7G, 77 nr Scholarship Team-1940 ..... .... 5 7
Athletic Field ,,,, ,,,, 7 3 . Scholarship Team-1941 ..... ...... 5 8
Autographs ,,,, 123 Senior Class .............. .... 1 7-30
Baseball ,,,,,, ,,,, 9 0 Senior Week ............ .... 9 9
Band, Senior ..... . . .62, 63 Alumni Banquet - - - - - - -102
Band, Junior ,,,, , , ,64, 65 Baccalaureate .... .... 1 O0
Band, Pep .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 5 Commencement . . . . . . .101
Band, Swing .......... . ........ 65 Senior Play ----- ---- 1 U2
Basketball ............. .... 8 0, 81,82 Semor Prom ---. ----....... 1 02
Beard ef Education ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 Seventh Grade .... ............. 5 0
Bowling ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,86, 87 Snapshots .......... . . .16, 34, 40, 44, 58
Cheerleaders ,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 0 X Sophomore Class ...... ........... 4 0-43
Chorus, Senior ,,,,, ,,,, 6 7 Sp3D1Sll Club ........... ........... 6 1
Chorus, Junior ..... .... 7 0 Supefintendeflvs Page, - - - - 9
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