Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH)

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Fllfllllll 'A' l i l l l Miss Helen Hull B.S. Ohio Northern University Physical Education, Health, First Aid Ass't. Sponsor of Sth Grade Asst Sponsor of Girl Reserves E. L. Newsom B.S, Ohio University lndustrial Arts Ass't. Sponsor of 9th Grade Miss Jane Hill B.S. Ohio State University Mathematics Ass't. Sponsor af 7th Grade 032+ .0-ff 423 nav Kenneth Sampson BS. Texas State College Physical Education, Health, Coach of Football and Basketball Miss Ellen Matteson BA. Ohio Northern University School Librarian lrvin Tschantz BS. Capital University Physics, Science, Pre-Induction Science Sponsor of Hi-Y Director-Movies of Visual Education ,ii' -- 0 IK Miss Lucy Hetzel BA. Heidelberg College M.A. Ohio State University English, History Sponsor of 9th Grade Russell Wolfe History, Social Science B,A. Heidelberg College Sponsor of lOth Grade Miss Mamie Stearns B.A. Bluffton College Home Economics Mgr. of Cafeteria KV J' ,cs Vl3""K i 432 3.- Miss Evelyn Neumeister English BA. Asbury College M Ohio State University AA. F n C U L T v Ass't. Sponsor of llth Grade Director Jr. Class Play John Borton Vocational Agriculture BS. Ohio State University Sponsor of FFA. Mrs. Katherine Tucker Spanish, World History BA. Denison University Ass't. Sponsor of lOth Grade GR, Leader - ! Q 43 f-We Eugene Reece Ass't. Coach in Football and Basketball Baseball Coach BA, Huntington College Sponsor of 7th Grade Miss Jean Golling Commercial BA, Findlay College BCS, Bliss Business College Sponsor of llth Grade C. W. Assenheimer Music BS. Ohio State University Ass't. Sponsor of l2th Grade Erma Stearns Miss Latin, English BA. Bluffton College Sponsor of l2th Grade Frederick Fleeman B,A. Antioch College Chemistry, Pre-Flight, Art Sponsor of Sth Grade Director-School Patrol Miss Nadine Bensley Music, Speech Social Science BA. C1 B.M. Ohio Wesleyan University Director Sr. Class Play Dramatics Club CUSTUDIHHS f This year the school employed the services i of two new custodians, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Richardson, who took the place of two very capable custodians, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hannum. Mr. and Mrs. Hannum, who are now employed in war work, were with us for years. The new custodians are assisted by Mr. and Mrs. "Tip" Stevens, who have also been on the job for years. The seniors wish to express their appreciation for the services BUS DRIUERS of these custodians. ' rfl . ,,,, i ,'1. The regular bus drivers for this year are: William Binau, Robert Bolish, Robert Feely, , ,yi 4 . Dale Gottfried, Howard Omler, Neil Osborn, R ' A Ward Spitler, Lester Stansbery, lnot pic- 4 turedl, and John Wall. They are to be commended for their efficient service. A number of the above drivers were drafted or transferred into war work. ' Due to this fact a greater number of sub- stitutes were needed. These substitutes are: : ..,. ...Af ,. I . ffpw- ' - .1 -, vt" si f ' ..-, " y 2111, . Q.. . i ,1.: -f g.f,. ' A ' ' ', - , ,Q - .Q-1:5 i .- .wi-iv M. V 5 - ' -Ms.-..,, ..:1 - ,. ., Irvin D. Tschantz, L. J. Rakel, and Alva fi?" , -1 ,. fs- ' 5,9 3 . 'A' :'f:::Q'?. '- V:-gf - 4315.5 i i:- ,.-:- '--q.5q.::fgs' ::...1::,:w'v -. 5-Q. -. vw-115,-5g:.pz:." ' " ,f X -P , -:i-1:-i. i -f .-.,,,,,,,w,, ,I V .' , , Q F11-111422221225-55 3 " 1' ?'i.?.F'5 1-E '47 1-Him , +066 di Q.. GP WE? .- pf ' . -iipgi. 1 T ,uf -f If 5-i - ' ' "Y, ' " -'- i' , P 'r' V , '5i25Qi3E'::2.2:2G1lE'-'Z wg W , .Q .1 VY ..:.1152 5a" 45 , i f Q , ,fi , 4 ,5 wt ,, Q Y .. Q, 3 Y U, ,Q if W xv ,ii A X , 8 5 qi! 5. : SEIIIDR PLIW 4' "HOT UJHTER HEIIRVH 't CHARACTERS Judy Martin ....... ...,,.,..,,.,7,.........,.. Mrs. Martin ....... Henry Martin Pat Martin .... Lester Price... Spike Duncan ....... Shirley Reed... Mr. Smith ,...... Betsy Smith .........., Grandpa Martin .,...v. Sue Duncan .,...... Police Officer ....,,,,,,,. Business Manager ..,,.....Rosalie I-lehr .....l.aura McClain Robert Richardson .u....Margaret Clark .Calvin Armstrong s.Owen McAllister .......Ruth Withrow ..,....Gene Lucas ........Joyce Hetzel ........Vernon Stoker .Jeanne Castanien .,....,Clyde Bennett Director Barbara Bowman Miss Nadine Bensley THE HISTOIW SEIIIOR CLHSS OFFICERS Walton, James Class Officer, 3-4, Scholar- 5hipTeam, l-2-3-4, Physical Education, l-2-3, Baseball, 2-3-4, Basketball, 3-4. ir Swartz, Joyce Class Officer, 4, Girl Re- serves, 2-3-4, G,A.A., 4, Scholarship Team, l-2-3, Physical Education, l-2. iii- r " Hetzel, Joyce Class Officer, 4, Girl Re- serves, 2-3-4, Band, 2-3-4 G.A,A., 2-4, Class Play, 3-4 Physical Education, l-2. Stoker, Vernon Class Officer, 4, Hi-Y, 2-3- 4, Hi-Y Officer, 3, Orchestra l-2-3-4, Band, l-2-3-4 Class Play, 4. 1 September, l939, found us 94 strong under the leadership of Miss Ann Alban. On December l, we held our first social function of the year, a class party with all the trimmins'. At lastl After lO long years we had reached Sr, High School, Upper Classmen recognized in Scholarship and deed in the classroom and on the field. Miss Neumeister guided us, directing our Sophomore officers and class. The gold star event of the year's activities, socially, was the Thanksgiving Party on November 29. The success of this venture was evident in the pleasurable event of the evening. Mr. Wolfe and Mrs. Tucker assumed sponsorship of our Junior class and led us to the completion of a profitable year, financially and socially. Our men upheld the traditions of U.S.H.S. on the gridiron and hardwood, while our feminine charms sold the 'goods' responsible for financing the feting of the departing seniors in a Junior-Senior Prom. Highlighting the year's activity was the first Junior Class play in three years, "What A Life." We have now reached the top rung of the ladder to High School success, seniors. Miss Stearns and Mr. Assenheimer were jointly in charge of our class. The party of the year, as a class, celebrated All Fool's Day in a hilarious and entertaining manner, dancing to the music of our own U.S.H.S. 'Swinga- roos.' On May Zl, the Juniors entertained us royally with a prom. The presentation of "Hot Water Henry" crowned the glories of Senior activities on April l6. In every sport, every class, every social event of the past memorable four years the names of the members of the class of '43 will be outstanding. We leave this book as a parting token of remembrance and take this opportunity to express our appreciation to all those responsible for our success. The best of luck to you future graduating classes of our Alma Mater, U.S.H.S. Armstrong, Calvin l-li-Y, 2-3-4, Class Play, 3- 4, Physical Education, 3, Baseball 2-3-4, Football 4. Bardon, Marion Physical Education, l. Barth, Eugene F.F,A., l -2-3-4. Bennett, Clyde l-li-Y, 2-3-4, Orchestra, 3-4, Band, l-2-3-4, Pep Band l-2-3-4, Swing Band, 4, Class Play, 3-4, Physical Education, l. 1 Binau, Gerald Entered the navy before graduation. Bowman, Barbara GR., 2-3-4, Orchestra, l-2- 3-4, Scholarship Team, l-2, Class Play, 3, Cheer Leader, l-2-3-4, Latin Club, 2, Annual Staff, 4. I2 9' ll ggi!! " 4- l X gf. -. - - .. --'- is 5 r, 4' f ..... Q -as Q .z:- ...fr ----i' .,,, t l .X 2 'ff" QiQ:e '. ' :rs-:sim ' ,- . 3 3 in 3 X is x Q -E S' L Q Xi 4 as is li c N is cw N. . , ., ,.,. , 3-9' V Q. K l'i',gN rl N' 1 X' 1 Q . iz. 1 X -es. . it I . i s .2 l I ,Mk A S SEHIORS Balliet, Beulah Operetta, 2-3-4, Glee Club, l-2-3-4, Chorus, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, 2-3-4, Class Play, 3-4. Barth, Delbert Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Scholarship Team, l-2-3-4, Football, l-2-3-4, Basketball, 4, Executive Committee, 4. Beamer, Louise Bickham, James Class Officer, l, l-li-Y, 2-3- 4, Hi-Y Officer, 4, Orchestra, 4, Band, 4, Swing Band, 4, Physical Education, l -2, Football, 3-4, Basketball, 2- 3-4, Executive Committee, 3. Accepted as Apprentice Sea- man V-5 Naval Pre-Flight training. Bowman, Alice Operetta, 2, GR., 2-3-4, GR. Officer, 4, Class Offi- cer, 2, Glee Club, 2-3, Chor- us, 2-3-4, Orchestra, l-2-3- 4, Physical Education, l. Castanien, Jeanne Operetta, 2, GR., 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l-2- 3-4, G.A.A., 2-4, G.A.A. Officer, 4, Physical Educa- tion, l-2-3, First Aid, 4, Class Play, 4. Castanien, Richard Hi-Y, 2, Chorus, 4, Band, l-2-3-4, F.F.A., l-2-3-4, Class Play, 3, Physical Edu- cation, l-2-3, Basketball, 4. Clark, Margaret GR., 2-3-4, Chorus, 4, G.A.A., 2-4, Physical Educa- tion, l-2-3, Class Play, 4, First Aid, 4. Clinger, Alice Chorus, l, Orchestra, I-2- 3-4. Coons, Peggy GR., 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2-3-4, Orchestra, l- 2-3-4, Annual Statt, 4, Physical Education, l, First Aid, 4. Crist, Catherine GR., 4, Glee Club, 3, Chor- us, 3, G.A.A., 4. Curry, Pauline Class Officer, l-2, GR., 3-4, GR. Officer, 4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2-3-4, Orches- tra l-2-4, First Aid, 4, Band, l-2-4, Pep Band, 4, Schol- arship Team, 3-4. ' 21. . iff' ,g-f?:f " 'as fi A ' 'W H, ,y f il - ff gy r X , , ., ' . .A 4 DL... t ',' 43 , in 4 W2f.T:'5f' . L 'E ,.,,. . if r'-3 .Q i Hia 'F . SEIIIORS if T. f-1" I" ,Lin 1' L aff' . Y 8 4 H . i . A K I Chadwick, Marian l-li-Y, 2-3-4, Band, l-2-3- 4, Physical Education, l-2, Football, 3-4. Entered the navy before graduation. Clement, Robert Physical Education, 2-3, Basketball, 4. Clinger, Robert F.F.A., l-2-3-4. Crates, Calvin Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Football, l- 2-4. Crum, Jeanne Operetta, 2, GR. 2-3-4, GR. Officer, 4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l-2-3-4, Class Play, 3, Physical Education, l-2-3, G.A.A., 2, Scholar- ship Team, l, Annual Staff, 4, First Aid, 4. Diebert, Francis l-l i -Y, 2-3 -4. I3 Duffield, Doris G, R ,, 2- 3 -4. Fox, Corola Class Officer, l, GR., 3, Glee Club, l-2-3, Chorus, 2-3, First Aid, 4. Granger, Thomas Physical Education, l-2, Glee Club, 2. Hecker, Robert Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Physical Edu- cation, l-2-3, Baseball, l- 2-3-4, Football, l-2-3-4, Basketball, l-2-3-4. Henry, Ma riorie GR., 2-3-4, Scholarship Team, l -2-3. Houser, Jean Operetta, 2, GR., 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l- 2-3-4, Class Play, Physical Education, l, Annual Staff, 4. 'i I4 i l V 3 ,.- I TT? L- 4 Q ' sr Ili SEIIIURS Ellis, Virginia Class Officer, l-2-3, GR., 3-4, Glee Club, l-2-3, Chorus, l-2-3-4, First Aid, 4, Operetta, l-2, Physical Education, l-2. Gohl, Miriam G.A.A., 2, Physical Educa- tion, 2-3. Harbour, Virgin G.R., 3-4, Chorus, l-2, Class Play, 3, G.A.A., 2-4, First Aid, 4, Physical Educa- tion, l, Glee Club, l. Hehr, Rosalie GR., 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l-2-3-4, G.A.A., 2, Physical Education, l-2-3, Class Play, 4, First Aid, 4. Hessley, Dorothy GR., 4, G.A.A., 2-4, Phys- ical Education, I-2. Kail, John Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Hi-Y Officer, 4, Glee Club, 3, Chorus, 3- 4, Band, l-2-3-4, Pep Band, 2-4, Class Play, 3, Football, 3-4, Annual Staff, 4. Koehler, Vera Jean Glee Club, l-2-3-4, Chorus, l-2-3-4, Band, l-2-3-4. Lininger, Richard F.F.A., l -2-3-4. McAllister, Owen Operetta, 2, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Class Play, 3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2-3-4, Band, 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4, Swing Band, 4, Basketball, l, Baseball, 3-4, Football, l, Pep Band, 3-4, Physical Education, l-2. McClain, Laura Operetta, 2, G.R., 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4, GR. Offi- cer, 4, Orchestra, l-2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Class Play, 3-4, Chorus, l-2-3-4. Miner, Phyllis Operetta, 2, Class Officer, 2-3, Girl Reserves, 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2-3- 4, Physical Education, l-2, Annual Staff, 4, First Aid, 4. Myers, Ronald Scholarship Team, l-2-3, Physical Education, l. In 4-fs, N1 F . f. ,. L- -5' X 4 I I 5 N.. ' f gg? V - 3.11.1 9 . . ,. 3"'7 'Q , an SEIIIORS Lawrence, Mary A. Girl Reserves, 2-3-4, Orch- estra, l, G.A.A., 4, Scholar- ship Team, l. Lucas, Eugene Operetta, 2, Glee Club, 2, Chorus, 2-4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Band, 3-4, F.F,A., 3-4, Class Play, 3-4, Physical Education, l-2-3. McCarthy, Rebecca Girl Reserves, 2-3, Band, 2- 3--l, Scholarship Team, l. Mesnard, Peggy Girl Reserves, Glee Club, l- Zj Chorus, l-2-4, Physical Education, l-2-3, G.A.A., 4. Moon, Richard Class Officer, 3, Hi-Y, 2-3- 4, Glee Club, 3, Chorus, 3-4, Orchestra, 2-3--l, Band, l- 2-3-4, Pep Band, 3-4, First Aid, 4, Swing Band, 4, Basketball, 2-3-4, Annual Staff, 4. Patchett, Virginia G.A.A., 2-4, Physical Edu- cation, l-2-3. '15 Pool, Esther Chorus, l. Roll, Dorothy Chorus, l. Rogers, Arden Schwabel, John Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Football, l-2- 3-4, Physical Education, l- 2-3. Entered the army before graduation. Smythe, Franklin Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Hi-Y Officer, 4, Glee Club, l, Band, l-2- 3-4, Physical Education, l, Annual Staff, 4. Strasser, Thomas Class Officer, l, l-li-Y, 2-3- 4, l-li-Y Officer, 3-4, Execu- tive Committee, 3-4, Physi- cal Education, l-2-3, Foot- ball, 3-4, Accepted as Ap- prentice Seaman V-5 Naval Pre-flight training. I6 .lb SEIIIORS -3 Rall, Bernard F.F.A., l-2-3-4, F.F.A. Offi- cer, 3-4, Scholarship Team, 2-3, Annual Staff, 4, First Aid, 4. Richardson, Robert Class Officer, 3, Class Play, 3-4, Physical Education, 3. Schnelker, Irene Executive Committee, 4, GR., 2-3, Scholarship Team, l -2-3. Schwilk, Patricia Operetta, 2, GR., 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, 2-3, Class Play, 3, Annual Staff, 4. Stephan, Leon Class Officer, 2, Hi-Y, 2-3- 4, Executive Committee, 3, Physical Education, l-2-3, Football, l-2-3-4, Basket- ball, 3. Taylor, Eileen GR., 2-3-4, G.A.A., 2-4, G.A.A. Officer, 2-4, Physical Education, 2-3. Thiel, Loretta G.A.A,, 4. Walton, Ann Girl Reserves, 2-3, G.A.A., 4, Class Play, 3. Withrow, Ruth Operetfa, 2, Girl Reserves, 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, 2-3-4, Scholarship Team, l- 2-3, Class Play, 3-4, Physi- cal Education, l, Cheer Leader, l-2-3-4, G.A.A., 2, Annual Staff, 4, First Aid, 4. Thiel, Vera Jean Girl Reserves, 2-3-4. Walton, Dale F.F.A., l-2-3-4, Glee Club, 3. Wilson, Miriam Girl Reserves, 2-3-4, Glee Club, 3, Chorus, l-3, G.A.A., 2-4, G.A.A. Officer, 2, First Aid, 4, Physical Education, l-2-3. Witzel, Helen Girl Reserves, 2-3-4, Glee Club, 2-3, Chorus, l-2-3-4, Orchestra, l-2-3-4, Physical Education, l, Annual Staff, 4, First Aid, 4. I7 X , I ,X V X, I, if 7 ' x. g X fx' - ff. w 1 E - 1 .-.X ' wc' "" 1"""f-.1"'t. ..-f- --1... A ,' - 14, X,-.15 .5 ., - .X-V - , -ff -' -14. ' sf. - , W ',L.-3 . 4 , X ' ,S . . 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'- ff ..- -fX -X :sw ' X .X ..- X.: 'I some N-f 2542 " 'X A ' SS -i f- RX., K 4 X XX S-fgeg.-L X X N QQ W -.X1 Q X sis, X XC1- 'M . , .X. . ' . I Wig ,,- .. . x .. ,.,. .. XX.......X....X:..,.i.....,..,, ' ., . 7 1 X ' Sf-' - 2 , X73 'ff '24 . ' 'i .J T aa' 'Xu . 'Q Q. N, . , , 1 .4 - i JUIIIOR CLHSS OFFICERS Reber, Albert President Kuenzli, Mary L. Treasurer Rutter, Patricia Secretary Scheck, Eugene Vice President JUIIIURS First Row: T. Beamer, J. Bennett, J. Blaser, M. Boes, E. Bowen, G. Bower, R. Bowman, R. Bricely. Second Row: B. Brigmon, R. Brooks, B. Burkey, R. Casey, M. Courtad, R. Courtad, L. Cram, M. E. Crates. Third Row: T. Denman, A. Fischer, M. French, M. Gabriel, J. Gillespie, H. Gilliland, M. L. Gregory. Fourth Row: J. Hale, E. Hall, C. Harmon, M. A. Har- mon, C. Harris, M. Hewett, C. Hile, S. Hollanshead. Fifth Row: M. lles, M. Jacobs, B. Kimble, G. Kin, D. Koehler, L. Kuenzli, M. L. Long, V. Lowry. Sixth Row: J. Marshall, A. Martin, F. McClain, R. Mc- Clain, K. McKee, S. Miller, G. Moll, l. Oberlonder. Seventh Row: H. Pagnard, H. Perri, D. Phillips, S Rieser, P. Rossel, D. Rowland, S. Schindler, P. Seller. Eighth Row: J. Seim, B. Shambaugh, L. Sizemore, P Smalley, M. Snyder, T. Snyder, M. Stalter, B. Stans- bery. Ninth Row: D. Stansbery, M. K. Stansbery, E. Stein- baugh, P. Strub, H. Stubbs, Z. Stury, M. Swinehart M. J. Thiel. Tenth Row: R. Trautwein, W. Treece, R. Wall, D Warfel, R. Warner, M. E. Williams. Juniors not pictured: H. Brown, M. A. Newell, T Spellerberg, D. M. Stansbery. JUIIIUR-SEIIIOR PROIII The Juniors entertained the Seniors, Faculty, and Board of Education at the annual spring Prom on May Zl, as a farewell courtesy for the Seniors. The auditorium was transformed into a garden, with flowers, birds, and a fountain lending charm to the setting. An orchestra provided colorful entertainment for an evening, which will long be remem- bered for its gaiety and exquisite beauty. 5 -' 11:1 1 5 ,A . i I .NN 3 , 5 . 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X 3 Sex x 1 , . ..,..!' . - SOPHUIIIORE CLHSS UFFICERS Bastel, Mary Alice President Walton, Issac Q 1 Treasurer Seim, James Vice President Swinehart, Miriam Secretary SUPHOIIIDRES First Row: N. Alspach, M, Altvater, B Arnold, C. Baldut, H. Barick, J. Barth, E Beard, R. Billings. Second Row: C. Bixler, D. Bowman, M. Brice- ly, J. Brose, N. Carpenter, J. Casey, A Castanien, D. Clabaugh. Third Row: J. Clinger, J. Clinger, R, Coons l. Cornish, R. Courtad, J. Curry, L. Eatherton A. Enders. Fourth Row: M. Enders, A. Feely, E. Gamber, B. Gillen, D. Harvey, D. Hoy, J. Hudson, J lams. Fifth Row: L. Kellermeyer, J. Kemerly, B Klinger, P. Koehler, B. Larcomb, C. Lay, B Lear, J. Lenhart. Sixth Row: H. Logsdon, K. Lundy, B. Mc- Clain, J. McEldowney, D. Miller, G. Moore L. Myers, J. Oberlander, Seventh Row: M. Oney, J. Patchett, D. Pees E, Plott, R. Rall, T. Reber, E. Richardson, P Robey. Eighth Row: J. Schultz, J. Schwilk, R. Sebe- noler, D. Seifert, H. Shafer, R. Shafer, J Snyder, M. Stoneburner. 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Frey, D. Gabriel R. Gillen. Fourth Row: N. Graham, N. Hagenmaier, A. Hale, R. Hall, H. Harris, F. Hormon, J Hehr, F, Henige. Fifth Row: K. Henry, B. Hogan, S. Hudson J. Houser, J. Houser, J. Johns, M. Wells, J Kinley. Sixth Row: D. Kramer, J. Kraus, E. Kuenzli R. Laack, B. Lahr, R. Leming, D. Lininger, J. McBeth. Seventh Row: T. McCarthy, S. Meck, R. Messmer, B. Myers, J. Myers, H. O'Brien K. Pagnard, M. Pagnard. Eighth Row: M. Parks, M. Perri, V. Plott, P Pfeifer, E. Pool, C. Predmore, A. Rall, J. Rall Ninth Row: R. Reamsnyder, B. Rhoden, D Rumbaugh, M. Russell, R. Schnelker, L Seiler, F. Semplenski, R. Shambough. Tenth Row: E. Thomas, A. Smalley, M Smalley, R. Smalley, C. Stansbery, K. Stans- bery, R. Stansbery, V. Stansbery. Eleventh Row: F. Staots, R. Stief, l. Stone- burner, D. Sweigard, C. Thiel, D. Thiel, M Thiel, G. Thiel. Twelfth Row: T. Thiel, M. Wall, J. Weiker J. Kin, C. Wettling, J. Wolfrum, E. Yentzer E. Yentzer. Thirteenth Row: J. Zeller. Freshmen not pictured: J. 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Koehler, G. Koehler M. Larick. Sixth Row: E. Lumberson, C. McClain, R McWilliams, L. McGee, C. Meck, J. Moore A. Moser, F. Patchett. Seventh Row: R. Reomsnyder, H. Rieser, E Rife, W. Ritterspach, C. Rizor, R. Shafer, D Snyder, K. Solocoff. Eighth Row: B. Swartz, E. Swihart, M. Swi- hart, J. Waltons, M. Whitman, C. Woodrow Students not pictured: C. Beamer, D. Beam- er, M. Risner, C. Mack, W. Gee, B. Marsh H. Mavis, W. Bailey. v ,,,x ,M 1 fb V J N .X U J. 11, x I ' , I .wq --W X A ,X ' ff" T .T-3121. , ,. , ,wx Q' x 5- 15 ,4 ,, A " H ut :"'f',?Q" Lf-I Y ' ,J x 1 ' ry me , 1 gg . 55 ,avlgv bl n ' V' ' , En. 2' 1 Q '- I1 lk, 1-' .. DA' , f w . -. W V W, .Hia Eh all E , Ev-K . , , 1. Y. . 1. ,M,'?'! , 1 af. '1 , 1, -.-9114. PN' 1" ,. 4 .- -' w . I :fyngl ,, A W1- :H L4 !. A , 'Q a - L1Q,.q.."g, Q?-Q: R .SU -ng M4j."v,:Sf' ,-.ggi x ix. 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V ' er- , V ff- x .--s-uw .. - ,V 4.5.55 Q ew- ' . Vg :-Vg: ., - V - ' V VV? f I5 ' ' V V 5' x'3,gV ,ii - ' -9 --3 VVVV .. 5551- V V . . fi , ' ,4 , V ViQ,.f,C'g1 ,' 1 . V, gf- N- V Q 1 4 Vw... fi 5 4 ,N f- , , -. V 1 .t N . ,X y . 9 .V Q- ' ' ' N' X4 N If Q, VV.. . Di 3 ...V 1- iq .. K ' ig: '5feVs vi . . G,M.,,.Q .Q t .5- SEUEIITH GRHDE OFFICERS Russell, James President Cope, Robert Treasurer 5 EU E ll T H First Row: D. Altvator, G. Altvator, M. Alt- houser, B. Arter, D. Bennett, E. Bennett, R Boucher, J. Brents. Second Row: M. Bricely, R. Brown, J. Cla- baugh, J. Constein, D. Crum, R. Detweiler R. Drew, B. Feeley. Third Row: J. Gibson, J. Gillen, M. Gottfried R. Griffin, D. Habedel, B. Hagley, V. Hall A. Holm. Fourth Row: L. Hare, B. Hehr, J. Hehr, T. Hehr, R. Herring, R, Hetzel, C. Hissong, D Holt. Fifth Row: C. Kent, S. Kemmerly, P. Kimmel N. Kinley, W. Kramer, J. Kraus, P. Krich- baum, J. Lundy. I Ellis, Anno Jane Secretary Richardson, Kenneth Vice President Sixth Row: J. Martin, B. Martig, C. McClain M. McClain, R. Miller, R. Moll, G. Morrison R. Moses. Seventh Row: T. Nutter, R. Orians, E. Pag- nard, M. Pfeiter, D. Risner, J. Risner, D Risner, N. Rowland. Eighth Row: H. Sommett, D. Seller, R. Sher- man, P. Smith, K. Smythe, E. Snyder, H Snyder, S. Stephan. Ninth Row: B. Swinehart, C. Taylor, R Taylor, G. Troutman, B. Toombs, R. Tucker W. Vannatto, A. Walton. Tenth Row: M. Walton, E. Weiker, B. Whitt L. Williams. Not Pictured: G. Blue, N. Wooten, D Pteifer, R. Overmier, M, Myers, M. Walton IIIDIHII UIllHGE HIIIIUHL STHFF Editor-in-chief ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,, .AA..... F ranklin Smythe Assistant Editor-in-chief ., .A.. .,. ..,.................. B ernard Rall Business Manager ............... ...,....V..,....,V........ R ichard Moon Photography Editors ..,...........,...., ...... R uth Withrow and John Kail Circulation and Sales Manager ....., .,,,...,....A,...., O wen McAllister Assistant .,.......,.....,..................V, .,...,,,., P hyllis Miller Music Editor ,..,s, ,,.V... B arbara Bowman Historian .,..... .................w.....,......... J eanne Crum Art Editors .,.,.... ,.,,,.,, P eggy Coons and Helen Witzel Treasurer ..... .,...,.....,.,,...,,,,........ L aura McClain Sponsors .,.,....,s...,.,.v.., .Y.v..... .,.., .,.... M r . Gottfried and Mr. Blackford Typists ,,Y........,.................................,.,.......... Jean Houser and Patricia Schwilk Advertising Solicitors: Thomas Strasser, Vernon Stoker, James Bickham, Leon Stephan. Annual Salesmen: Delbert Barth, Jeanne Castanien, Margaret Clark, Alice Bowman, Gene Lucas, Clyde Bennett, Joyce l-letzel, Pauline Curry. JUHIUR CHORUS HND JUNIOR BHHD The junior chorus and the junior band are the school's organizations which give its younger students a chance to study and receive the experience and training required by our senior musical groups. The chorus and the band have given concerts during the year at which time they were favorably received by the public. These groups should be highly praised for their interest and work. They are the musicians who will soon step into the places left by our class in the senior chorus and band.-Barbara Bowman. SEHIU The most glamorous group in the school is the senior band. This organization met three times a week to practice with Mr. Assenheimer. Much has been accomplished this year. The band did not travel with the team this season but it was on hand for all our home games in full regale. What more can we ask than to see a band come majestically down the field executing many difficult man- euvers? Yes-the school would be minus a great asset if it hadn't had this organization. We all realize the work it did and we take off our hats to this enthusiastic group. ORCHESTRH The orchestra is not only an organization which functions to please others, but its purpose is to bring happiness and pleasure to those who comprise its membership. This group of young musicians played at many school assemblies under the capable leadership of Mr. Assenheimer. On two days a week, Tuesday and Thurs- day, it met in the auditorium to hold its rehearsals. Many pleasant and instructive hours were spent there in preparation for the orchestra's public appearances. War conditions made trips and festivals impossible, but nevertheless the thirty mem- bers worked toward their goal of perfection. BARBARA BOWMAN SENIOR BHHD Cornets: M. Chadwick, F. Smythe, P. Curry, R. Bow- man, S. Hollenshead, A. Reber, B. Shambaugh, E. Kuenzli, A. Moser, R. Cope, M. Pfeifer. Clarinets: J l-letzel, J. Hale, M. French, S. Schindler, M. Williams, R. Coans, T. Reber, C. Wettling, J. Kraus, D. Lininger, J. Weiker, l. Brown, J. Kellermeyer, M. Swihart, J Constien. Saxophones: J. Bickham, R. McCarthy, E. Scheck, M. Courtad. Trombones: G. Lucas, V. Stoker, D. Koehler, J. Schultz, T. Vogel, P. Calmes. Drums R. Moon, T. Denman, l-l. Pagnard, J. Schwilk, R Stonsbery. Bosses: C. Bennett, R. Castanien, J. Seim, J. Enders. Baritones: J. Kail, R. Courtad, M. Courtad. Flute: C. McClain. Piccolo: R. Reamsnyder. Oboe: S. Reiser. French Horns: A. Martin, F. Henige, A. Stoker. Bell Lyres: M. Reber, M. Gabriel. Bassoon: F. Fleeman. Drum Maior: P. Rossel. Drum Majorettes: M. Stansbery, M. Gregory, S. Miller, M. Kuenzli, N. Hagenmaier. Flag Bearer: A. Bowen. Manager: J. Seim. DRCHESTRH Violins: B. Bowman, A .Bowman, P. Coons, J. Seim J. Seim, L. Kellermeyer, A. Clinger. R. Swartz. Violas L. McClain, J. Costanien. Cellos: H. Witzel, R. Ream- Snyder. String Bass: C. Bennett. Piano: R. Withrow M. Gabriel. Clarinetsz J. Hole, T. Reber, P. Wagner, J. Bickham. Oboe: S. Reiser. Bassoon: F. Fleeman. Cornets: B. Shambaugh, P. Curry. Trombones: D. Koehler, V. Stoker. French Horns: A. Martin, A. Stoker. Drums: R. Moon, T. Denman. HLV The l-li-Y is an organization of the high school boys which is affiliated with the Y.M,C.A. The purpose of the club "is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." An election of officers was held at the first meeting. Tom Strasser was elected President, Jim Bickham, Vice President, Franklin Smythe, Secretary, and John Kail, Treasurer. Mr. Tschantz was the advisor. The Hi-Y took part in a few social events of the year. The annual Rabbit and Pheasant Banquet was held with the GR., which has become a custom of the Hi-Y and GR, in the past years. The Hi-Y and G.R. held a wiener roast at Eagle Park and closed the year with a party at the School l-louse on May 7th, The Seniors of the l-li-Y want to wish the fellow l-li-Y members Good Luck in continuing the work of the l-li-Y in the years to come.-Franklin Smythe. GIRL RESERUES "To do our part" is the goal for which the Girl Reserves have strived during the year. Mrs. Tucker, our advisor and Miss l-lull, our assistant advisor, capably aided each girl "to find and give the best" and "to face life squarely." The officers for the year were Jeanne Crum, president, Laura McClain, vice president, Pauline Curry, secretary, and Alice Bowman, treasurer. The most outstanding activity carried out by the G.R. was the Bundle Day. The members gathered clothing from the citizens of the community. This clothing was sent to needy children of the mountain regions or to our needy allies. Other activities included the annual Gypsy Hike, a Hard Times Party at which the Sophomores were initiated, the Formal Induction, a Victory meet- ing, the annual Vesper Service, which was held at the Presbyterian Church, and a party in honor of our mothers. The departing Senior members wish the Girl Reserves more power and strength during the coming year. May you receive the encouragement that we have from the organization.-Joyce Swartz. HLV GIRL RESERUES SEIIIOR CHORUS "Where there's a will, there's a way" as the saying goes. No times was scheduled for the chorus in our regular curriculum but some fifty students persuaded Mr. Assenheimer to conduct a rehearsal at noon on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. This meant cutting their lunch hour short but the sacrifice was willingly made. The usual festivals were not held this year but the chorus presented many numbers at programs throughout the year. The school is proud to have so many of its students interested in this organization. lt believes this group has set a high standard to be maintained by its future members. BARBARA BOWMAN FUTURE FHRIIIERS 0F HIIIERICH The Upper Sandusky FFA. Chapter has completed another very successful year under the advisorship of Mr. J. L. Borton, who is also the agriculture teacher at Marseilles, Mr. Borton took the place of Mr. S. C. Cashman who was drafted into the service. The Chapter's officers for the year were: President, Bernard Rall, Vice President, Eugene Scheck, Secretary, Franklin McClain, Treasurer, Harold Gilliland, Reporter, Melford Swinehart, and Student Advisor, Robert Clinger. The officers elect are: President, George Moll, Vice President, Harold Gilliland, Secretary, Richard Coons, Treasurer, Eugene Plott, Reporter, Richard Courtad, and Student Advisor, James Leslie. Some of the important activities carried out through the year were: sponsoring the sale of bonds and stamps, exhibiting at the Junior Fair, having an FFA. Day, putting on a radio broadcast, corn husking contest, conduct- ing a Pest Hunt, participating in Parliamentary Procedure Contest, repairing machinery, and other similar activities, The graduating seniors wish the Chapter the best of luck, and hope the Chapter will complete many more successful years.--Bernard Rall, v ,,,x ,M 1 fb V J N .X U J. 11, x I ' , I .wq --W X A ,X ' ff" T .T-3121. , ,. , ,wx Q' x 5- 15 ,4 ,, A " H ut :"'f',?Q" Lf-I Y ' ,J x 1 ' ry me , 1 gg . 55 ,avlgv bl n ' V' ' , En. 2' 1 Q '- I1 lk, 1-' .. DA' , f w . -. W V W, .Hia Eh all E , Ev-K . , , 1. Y. . 1. ,M,'?'! , 1 af. '1 , 1, -.-9114. PN' 1" ,. 4 .- -' w . I :fyngl ,, A W1- :H L4 !. A , 'Q a - L1Q,.q.."g, Q?-Q: R .SU -ng M4j."v,:Sf' ,-.ggi x ix. 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M. f, ,- ,-A ' 3 V. A -3:4 I5 1 Q CHEERLEFIDERS Barbara Bowman and Ruth Withrow have completed another successful year as cheerleaders. Beginning in their Freshman year they have proved them- selves worthy of the honor of cheerleading during their four years of high school. They deserve a lot of credit for keeping up the School Spirit and help- ing our teams win. This year they were capably assisted by l-larriet O'Brien, Joan Weiker, James Seims, and Dean Carr. These cheerleaders have made our pep meetings interesting by planning stunts and selecting various students to enact them, They have also taught us many new cheers. lt was they who decorated the goal posts tor the football games and led the snake dances.-By Laura McClain. EUEHTS t l i l i i FIGHTING RHIIIS 0F '42 Ends Center James Bickham John Kail Calvin Armstrong Jack Houser Tackles Marion Chadwick Thomas Snyder lcaptain- electl Guards Robert Hecker John Schwabel Delbert Barth Backfield Thomas Strasser Leon Stephan Charles Balduf Clair Hile Bob Warner Calvin Crates Bob Bowman Stuart Hollanshead Manager Arthur Martin S' RECURD GAMES WON Upper 6 .....,....,............... Bucyrus O Upper 6 .........,............ Marysville O Upper l7..Fostoria lSt. Wendelinl l3 GAMES LOST Upper ...........,..........,,........ Ada 7 Upper O ....., ,,... B ellevue 7 Upper O ...... .,......... C arey 7 Upper ,..... ...,. C restline 8 Upper ...... ..... A rlington 27 Guards Backs R. Courtad V. l-lale P. Cavanough M. Swinehart l. Walton E. Thomas F. Diebert R. Wolfe Center P. Koehler Tackles Ends B. Treece Bower J. McEIclowney Glenn R. Woerner H. Gilliland G. Thiel UPPER'S BllSllETBllll SQUHD 1942-'43 Captain - James Uiml Walton Centers D. Barth J. Bickham D. Koehler Guards Forwards R. Wgrner J. Walton T- 5V1YdeV R. Hecker R. Moon P. Cavanough V. Stoker B. Castenien R. Clerr1er1fS THE TEAM'S RECORD Won 9 Lost 7 Upper 36 .................. St. Mary's 30 Upper Kenton Upper 46 ...... .......... N evada 25 U 33 J O d Upper 36 ......... ..... H arpster 28 pper """ """" r ' r er Upper Alumni 30 Upper 33 ........ - ...... Marysville Upper 51 --.--- -----q-,-.- C Grey 19 Upperf 26 ......... ........ C restline Upper 25 ......... ........ C restline 24 Upper 40 ......... ................ A do Upper' 35 ............ ....... C Cllverl' 23 Upper 31 ,,..,, ,,,,... L img South Upper 5l .......................... Carey 38 Upper Upper-Willard lforfeitl 38 23 ...... TOURNAMENT GAMES .......BIuffton Upper 38 ....... ........ S t. Marys 35 Upper 26 ....... ....... L ima South 31 1942343 BHSHETBHLL SQUHD BHSEBHLL VSICR ORG ORG BUVS' PHVSIEHL EDUCHTIOII PRUGRHIII GIRL Our Physical Education Program has been divided into three types of class period activities: Teams, lndividual and Group performances. Our program has been altered to fit the needs for boys-to provide not only recreation, but skills and contests to enable the boys to create and possess agility, self-protection, and to be physically fit-come what may. The physi- cal education class work consisted of the following: Fundamentals of Foot- ball and Basketball, Marching, Calisthenics, Tumbling and Gymnastics, Volleyball, Boxing, Wrestling, Obstacle Races, "Commando" Basketball, Track G Field Events and Softball games. ln direct contact with our physical education classes is the lntra-Mural Sports Program. The lntra-Mural Board was elected at the start of the school year and the boys have directed and controlled the program very effectively. The fundamentals of various sports are instructed and practiced within the P.E. classes, then the activity is moved to the lntra-Mural pro- gram for a continuation of the sport. Here one can find the opportunity to gain a proficiency in a desired sport. The program offers many recreational noon-day periods, thoroughly enjoyed by all. Our 1942-43 program included: Touch Football, Basketball, Boxing, Volleyball, Track and Field Events, Ping- Pong, Horseshoes, Softball and Tennis. S' PHVSIERL EDUCHTIOII PRUGRHIII The girl's physical education department had a very full schedule this year. Because of the enthusiasm and interest shown for the various sports we or- ganized a Junior and a Senior Girls Athletic Association to further the intra- mural and class program. Softball, basketball, volleyball, ping pong, shuffle- board, bicycling, open road, and calisthenics were a few of the sports offered. The program endeavored to secure personal development, appreciation, skills and attitudes that make for self-expression play, recreation and wholesome use of leisure time. This program is not only valuable to the student while she is in school, but it is a great asset to her even after graduation, as a citizen of her com- munity, state, and nation. JUIIIOR PLIW HVUUIIG llPRll" Director Miss Evelyn Neumeister THE CAST Professor Mc I ntyre ......... ..................... Mrs. Mclntyre ...........,. George Mclntyre ....... Lula ,........,..,...,.. Vivian ........ Elsie ................. Brian Stanley ...... Terry Mclntyre ...... Bert Parsons ....,.. Dutch ..........,.... Pete ........,.......,.. Stewart Miller ....... Mrs. Miller ...,,. Mildred ........... Jane .................... Diane Gilmore ......,. Boys .................... Business Manager Miss Jean Golling ...,........James Hale ,..,.,,..,......Sally Rieser Thomas Spellerberg ...,..Rutl'1 Trautwein ....,..Betty Kimble .........Louise Cram .......Robert Bowman ........Rosie McClain .......,...Art Martin .............Paul Strub Howard Pagnard .,......,Jack Gillespie ......Dorothy Warfel ........Helena Perri Mary Boes A.........Phyllis Rossel John Seims, Franklin McClain, Stuart Hollanshead, Albert Reber, David Stansbery SIHTV-EIGHTH BHCCHLHUREHTE SERUICES HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Sunday, May 23 At S:l5 P. M. PROGRAMME Processional lAudience Seated l ..............................,. .......Mary Alice Bastel "l'll Go Where You Want Me to Go"-Rounsefell .........,.... High School Chorus Scripture Reading ...........................A...,........................S .. Trinity Evangelical Church ......Rev. D. F. Brose "Lo, A Voice to Heaven Sounding"-Bortniansky ,.....,..... High School Chorus Prayer ............................................,............,...................... John Stewart Methodist Church Rev. Ray M. Dibble "Hymn of Love"-Dvorak .................................................. High School Chorus Baccalaureate Sermon ................,..................................... First Lutheran Church "God Be With You Till We Meet Again"-Torner ............. Benediction .................................,.,.......................... ,.... . St. Paul Lutheran Church Recessionol lAudience Seated l ....................................... Music Directed by C. W. Assenheimer Senior Class in Charge of Principal L. H. Houpt Rev. J. H. Weissrock .High School Chorus .........Rev. C. F. Betz ...Mary Alice Bastel SIIITV-EIGHTH HIIIIUIIL CUIIIIIIEIICEIIIEIIT EHERCISES H IGH SCHOOL AUDITORI UM Upper Sandusky, Ohio Tuesday, May 25, at 8:l5 P. M. James Walton, President of Class of '43, Presiding Processional IAudience Seatedl ..........,..,,,.....,..,,.....,.... High School Orchestra "Praise Ye the Father"-Gounod Invocation ....,..,....... ...........,.............,...........,.,...,.... ..,.. R e v. R. C. Bowman First Presbyterian Church "Triumphal March"-Greig .............,...... ...,. . . ,..... High School Orchestra Class Oration .............,,....,,.,. ...,......,..,.. B ernard Rall Salutatory Address .......... ............. I rene Schnelker "Allegretto"-Beethoven ...., ...... H igh School Orchestra Valedictory Address .,....,,... ..,....,,..... D elbert Barth Commencement Address ......................................................,........,.... Don Bolt News Commentator, Star Newspaper Reporter IWorld Travellerl and Lecturer "Hungarian Dance No. 6"-Brahms ......,.......,..,........., High School Orchestra Presentation of W. E. Martin and D.A.R, Prizes ,......,. .,.......... J . D. Blackford Superintendent of Schools Presentation of Class ...,..........,..........,.........,..................,... ,,.....,. L . H. Houpt Principal, Upper Sandusky High School Presentation of Diplomas .....,......,.,,...,......,..... J. H. Witzel and T. M. Bowman President and Vice-President of the Board of Education Benediction .................................................................... Rev. H. C. Kellermyer Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church Recessional IAudience Seatedl .................................... High School Orchestra "Entrance and March of the Peers"-Sullivan Reception of Graduates ...... ........ ..............., ,.... ...... F i r s t Floor Hall A Alspach, Wayne Amert, Albert B Bardon, Richard Bardon, Harold Barth, Bud Barth, Harry Barth, Jack Barth, John Barth, Kenneth Eugene Bartholomew, Robert Bastel, David Bauer, William Bauer, Donald Beidelschies, Harold Beard, Will Carl Beinbrech, Richard Beinbrech, Thomas Belzner, Robert Berg, Kenneth Bianchi, Jack Billings, Richard Bils, Joseph Binau, Gerald Binau, Robert Binau, Walter Binau, Wilbur Blair, Dale Blaser, Ted Boes, Clarence Bolish, Robert Bolyard, Allen Bolyard, Richard Book, Harold Book, Richard Bookmyer, Glen SERUICE FLHG SAMUEL CASHMAN-Vocational Agriculture Teacher in our School l94l-l942. He was inducted into the Army of United States in September, l942. He has been stationed at Robins Field, Georgia, for several months, and when last heard from was in Officers' Training School. Boucher, Byron Boucher, Dale Boucher, Ray Bower, Carl Bowman, Thomas Bragg, Walter Bricely, William Bringman, Joseph Brittingham, William Brown, Charles C Cammarn, Harper Carey, Thomas Chadwick, Marion Chadwick, Milton Chadwick, Kenneth Clabaugh, Byron Clark, Herbert Jr. Clark, Joseph Clinger, Phillip Cordray, Ralph Cornely, James Cornely, Richard Cornish, Alfred Cornish, Jack Cornish, Robert Courtad Charles Courtad Donald Courtad, Marvin Courtad Paul Courtad, Vincent Cram, John Crates, Daniel Cottran, Fred Cowgill, Paul E. D Dardinger, John Dawson, Pearl Day, Harry Day, John Detwiler, Carl Detwiler, Henry Drexel, William E Earp, Karl Earp, Noble Ehrhart, John Emick, Carl Emick, Louis Emick, Paul Evans, Sidney F Failor, Floyd Failor, Lloyd Feeley, Ralph Feeley, Richard Fisher, Carl Fleck, John Fleck, Thomas Fox, Russell Frederick, Carl Frederick, Russell French, William Frey, Charles Frey, Robert Frisch, Nelson Frisch, Wilson Fritchie, John Fritchie, Robert G Gamber, John Gaver, Richard Gemmrig, Emil Gemmrig, Ray Getz, Vinton Gillispie, Morris Gilliland, Paul Glasco, Homer Glosche, Sam Glosser, Lauren Gottfried, Philip Gottfried, Wayne Graham, James Graham, Richard Griswold, Edward Guenther, Richard Guthrie, Paul H Haines, Roy Hall, Richard Hare, Dwight Hart, William Hayden, Harold Heffelfinger, Harry Heffelfinger, Robert Hehr, Ralph Hehr, Robert Jr. Henry, Robert Henry, Richard Hessley, Edward Hetzel, Francis Hetzel, Horace Hicks, Gerald Hilderbrand, Paul Hill, Franklin Hill, Thomas Hitchcock, Edward Hoehner, Charles Hoehner, Harold Hoerr, Ralph Hogan, Albert 45 UPPER SHHDUSHV HIGH SCHOOL IHDIHH UHLHGE HHHUHL FOR 1943 Hoover, lvan Horn, Delson Horn, Franklin Hotelling, Dwight Hotelling, Donald Hotelling, Glenn Hotelling, Warren Hotelling, Wayne Hudson, Carl Hudson, Dale Huffman, Robert Hull, Richard Hurd, Ronald I lles, Donald Iles, Lawson J Johns, Robert Johnson, William Jonas, Charles Jury, Delca Jury, Harvey K Korg, Edward Korg, Russell Kerr, Joe Kelly, Thomas Kin, Bernard Kin, Mary Katherine Kirby, Richard Kirchner, Adolph Koehler, Dwight Koehler, Harold Krantz, Aloysius Krantz, Frank Kraus, Fred Kraus, Tom Kraus, William Krock, Paul E. L Landversicht, Edward Landversicht, Russell Lanker, Paul Larick, Allen Larick, Leo Larick, Lawrence Larick, Russell Loucher, Jean Lawhead, Elmer Lawrence, Carl Lawrence, Orin 46 SERUICE FLHG Lay, Byron Lear, Oliver Lear, Paul Lenhart, Francis Leser, Stark Long, Russell Lucas, Richard Lust, Jock M Malaby, Chester Mann, Gerald Martin, Charles Martin, Henry McClain, Jack McClain Raul McClain, Richard McClain, Robert Milligan Frederick Milum, William Miner, Richard Mitsch, Fred Moon, James Morehart, Joseph Mossbrugger, Edward Myers, Lawrence Myers, Paul Myers, Raymond Myers, Robert N Newcomer, John Newcomer, Paul Newell, Charles Newman, Darius Neumeister, David Norton, Thomas Nutter, Cletus 0 O'Donnell, Perry Oney, Dwight P Pagnard, Don Pagnard, Daniel Pagnard, John Parish, Ralph Perri, Joseph Perri, Napoleon Pfeifer, George Pfeifer, Louis Pteiter, Robert Powell, John Railing, Lowell Rangeler, Irvin Remnpage, Earl Reynolds, Don Reynolds, Vincent Richardson, lvan Ritterspach, Howard Robey, Donald Robey, George Rodeheaver, Edward Rossell, Roy Roth, Carl Roth, Harold Ruopp, John Roush, Lavern Rucker, Louis Russell, Charles S Sams, John Scheutler, Russell Schnelker, Paul Schrenk, Thomas Schwabel, Carl Schwobel, John Sebenoler, Don Shambaugh, Chester Sherman, John Sherman, Larry Sherman, Ray Slemmer, Charles Slemmer, Edward Slemmer, Paul Smith, David Roy Smith, Denver Smith, Dwight Smith, Jack Smith, Maurice Snyder, Edward Snyder, Junior Snyder, Lloyd Southward, Robert Southward, Stanton Spellerberg, David Spellerberg, John Stolter, William Stansbery, Mervin Stansbery, Robert Stansbery, Russell Steiert, Arthur Steinbaugh, Edwin Steinbaugh, Howard Steinbaugh, Ray Stephan, Thomas Stephan, Wilbur Sterner, Kenneth Sterner, Robert Sterner, Stanley Strosser, John Strosser, Joseph Strosser, Karl Swartz, Dale Swartz, Earl Swartz, Dr. Frederick Swartz, Paul Sweigard, Charles Sweigard, Cletus Swihart, Mervin Swinehart, Robert Switzer, William T Thiel, Donald Thiel, Maurice Thompson, Tommy Tivenan, Eugene Trachsel, Kail Trachsel, Ray Traucht, Stanley Trautman, Charles Trautman, Willis U Ulrich, Robert V Veith, Myron Vivian, Robert Vogel, Eugene Volz, Justin Volz, Richard W Wagner, Leonard Walberry, Robert Walton, James Walton, John Walton, Joseph Walton, Justin Warfel, Clair Warner, Dan Weatherholtz, LaVerne Y Young, Donald Young, Ray ADVERTISEMENTS COMPLIMENTS and BEST WISH ES tothe gifowfvwnlfing Cfaw 0!fQ43 IVIIIIIIIIIIY IIESTIIIIIIIINT The U. S. EU. MELROSE FOOD PRODUCTS Co-Op Gasoline Kerosene Oils Coal Feed Seeds RED BRAND FENCINC- MATERIAL "We Serve to Sell Again" UPPER SANDUSKY, OH IO GRANT STUDIO PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Photo and Engraving Service "West Side of Square" Phone 8268 Kenton, Ohio Compliments of CITlZEN'S SAVINGS BANK COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK Members of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of Compliments and Best Wishes DR. I. CRAIG BOWMAN to and The Class of 1943 ASSOCIATES WM. GREC-G AND SONS Congratulations Compliments of and Best Wishes To the Members ofthe Class ot 1943 STEPHAN LUMBER COMPANY BENTZ G' SWOVERLAND 5c and 10c to 51.00 Store W. lvl. Swoverland, Mgr. Compliments to the CLASS OF '43 DRY GOODS DRESSES GOATS FLOOR GOVERI NGS ARTZ BROS. Compliments and Best Wishes To The Graduating Class of l943 ALBERT'S THE CHIEF DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. Manufacturers of: Butter, Cheese, Dried Skim Milk and Dried Buttermilk "The Old Reliable Since l9l-4" UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO L. l. Spellerberg, Mgr. With All Good Wishes For the Future For Every Member of the I9-43 Graduating Class 0 WALKER'S DRY GOODS Compliments of NEUMEISTER'S BAKERY Home of EATMORE BREAD The Perfect Craduation CIIFT ls Always a Dependable Timepiece or a Brilliant Diamond Select a HAMILTON, BULOVA. or an ELC-IN, latest designs, or a DIAMOND set in a beautiful mounting, for the gift of a Lifetime. HART - SNYDER jewelers KOEH LER'S DRUG STORE Your Headquarters For Prescription Drugs Imp. Washable Wallpaper Dean-Barry Paints Window Shades Venetian Blinds 0 Complete Line of Cosmetics Compliments of FREIMANN BEVERAGE AND ICE Upper Sandusky, Ohio THESE ARE FACTS! By the use of Agriculture Limestone . . . l. C-ood crops of CLOVER and ALFALFA may be grown. 2. Livestock may be more eco- nomically fed. 3. All crop yields are increased. 4. Soil fertility is improved and may be more economically maintained. 5. The tilth of the soil is im- proved. A Complete Line of Crushed Stone combined with prompt delivery is available to you at all times. 1. L. Fouci-IT, QUARRY Res. Phone 76 Office 628-M-4 520 S. Eighth Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of A C E ' S L U N C H Compliments of STRASSER 8' SON Congratulations and Best Wishes B. A. MOLONEY, M.D. Compliments of BOLISH RESTAURANT For Smart Beauty Service PHONE l23 CLIP AND CURL BAR Commercial Bank Bldg. Helen Catchell Vaye Carpenter BUD MENNINGENS SPORT SHOP "Every Item for Every Sport" Compliments of VOLZ GROCERY Phone 9I Compliments of WYANDOT TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO. james R. Lay, Manager KIMMEL CLEANERS for QUALITY LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING SERVICE Ambulance Service Lady Attendant BRINGMAN 8' COMPANY Morticians Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone l97 Insurance and Bonds S T E C H E R INSURANCE AGENCY Citizen's Bank Building Ceneral Insurance and Surety Bonds Our Specialty M. S. Gr E. G. NEWELL Compliments of MILLER DAIRY Pasteurized Dairy Products W. lvl. Miller Phone 686-I-2 Compliments of WYAN DOT CO. FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION "By Cooperating You Build" Best Wishes to the Class of i943 STANSBERY and STECK Grocery and Meat Market Congratulations and Best Wishes DR. R. M. ROSSEL Dentist ZIO S. Main St. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 323 Compliments Compliments of of FRED STUCKEY LOUIS FLECK HARDWARE UPPER DRUG STORE Open Every Day and All Day Sunday DELMO C. MILLER, Ph. C. RlESER'S for FANCY CROCERIES and FRESH MEATS Phone47 Compliments of the DAILY CHIEF UNION DEPENDABLE FOOTWEAR For the Entire Family VOGEL'S SHOE STORE 4' . -.Lf S THE SEH00l'S PFIRT Since the outbreak of the war, the school has become o vital channel through which our country and government is able to solve many of its pressing problems. Our school's participation in these problems has been on immense help in the war effort. Soon after the beginning of the school year, the government sent out a challenge to all schools to collect enough scrap to meet the demands of our war needs. With the help of State, County, and local trucks, our school drive covered the entire school district and was a great success, having collected l25V2 tons of scrap, Simultan- l Y- H THE UJHR EFFORT eous to this drive the girls conducted a U.S,O. Campaign in which they canvassed the town in soliciting contributions for the U.S.O. The returns from this campaign amounted to o total of 5400.46 The GR, girls supervised the job of gath- ering clothing through out the school district and the town for refugee children and for the poor children who live in the Southern Appalachian Regions of the United States. ln addition to the regular courses many new courses hove been supplemented to train and give students a first class knowl- edge of various classes of wor work as soon Compliments and Best Wishes UPPER AUTO PARTS Dewey L. Dillon BOWMAN'S Grocery and Meat Market T. lvl. Bowman Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables We Deliver Phone l33 Compliments of MAHAFFEY'S RECREATION SERVICE STATION lvlobilgas Mobiloil BOWLING ALLEY Lubrication Washing "Bowl Your Way to Health" Battery Service W. W. Mahaffey, Mgr. C-itts That Last! Diamonds - Watches - jewelry KLIENLEIN IEWELRY STORE Good Luck to the Class of i9-43 WOODS RESTAU RANT "Complete Farm Repair" THE U. S. IMPLEMENT CO. Allen Witzel, Mgr. RANGELER AND WARNER Cash Buyers of POULTRY Cr EC-C-S Phone l 32 DINE AND DANCE WARFEL COAL CO PREMIUM COAL at the Phone 278 BOW AND ARROW 23OS.FOurThST. COMPLIMENTS OF BON TON RESTAURANT MENNINCEN GROCERY w. E. MINER GUTHERIES SMlTH'S TIRE SHOP BILLHAROT DRUG STORE BUSY BEE GROCERY CONTOURA BEAUTY SALON DR. IAMES PROPST GEO. M. FLECK A. E. LESER B. H. HATHAWAY BASTEL BROTHERS ELOX DEPT. STORE STEPHAN ELECTRIC SHOP . E' 3 X, tx i Fw .5 'Tex xx' H" iff. i731- FZX . 'x s, "i, , 411' V an v" JV! ' :ff ' ' .:f55?ff' JSF" ' H wits X ' ly 7 J' "f d-?4?fi' i ef g, zflzg ' , 3 C . JI" I ' 5" f. ji: - QL' -f t ' 2 '5'fZ', J. . . ii-, -4 m X it 1 'E ' ' . 1 2 lf in , Lrf ifgl ' R5 2 . T '- QL' 'I Hg?-3 X X X! , -, 57 V ," ,JH 4 Q" - web' M4- V .N 1 4 in as X . A -, Q V s 1' Q ry, Kid.. lla, r fififf'-' 5?'1Z?f- J Q, ' ' x-WHSS ' " 3 A X -'L QA? A -1'?3 .if'f:lfif", e . . 5 g .z,s1jf. wx , '- i aff 35 V' xf, ,1..'!,?gg'j-Q:-e.',-legit, s g '- .. ' --Q, .. 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EL?-.s.-,'2tr',:: . aff 'Q' I , , --'-- Me- e--N. usfwl Nllhlvtp me ' We're mighty proud of an association with yours and other leading schools which, as makers of plates for quality printing, goes back many years. Yes, we're proud to salute you for your splendid response and whole-hearted cooperation with national, state and local agencies in this war emergency. What's more, we're proud to say that we, too, have gone to war. For the same skill, experience and facilities-responsible for a distinguished peacetime record in the field of photo-engraving-are today also serving the government in important war production. THE SERVICE ENGRAVING COMPANY 85 West Canfield if Detroit, Michigan ".,N ,..,,g-151 GEIIEHIIL Action ................... Advertisements ........ Annual Staff ..,,..,.. Autographs .... Band, Jr. .........,. . Baccalaureate ..... Band, Sr. ......,. . Basketball ............. Baseball .................. Board of Education ..... Miss Slemmer Bus Drivers .............. Cheerleaders ...... Chorus, Jr. ....... . Chorus, Sr. ..A....... . Commencement ...... Custodians ................. Eighth Grade .................... Eighth Grade Officers ........ Faculty A,..........,,...,.,.,,... F.F.A. ............,.. . Football ...,..........,,....,.,. .......47-58 ........Last Page 43 .......3O-3l .......38-39 39 6 9 36 29 34 44 9 24 25 7-8 35 37 Freshmen Class ................ ..... 2 2 Freshmen Class Officers ....... .....,..... 2 3 Girl Reserves ..................... ....,.. 3 2-33 Hi-Y .............................. ,.,,,,. 3 2-33 Junior Chorus ............. .....,.. 2 9 Junior Class ..........,....... ..... l 8 Junior Class Officers ......,. ..... l 9 Junior Class Play ............. ..,., 4 2 Jr.-Sr. Prom ............... ..... l 9 Name of Annual ...... ........... l Orch. Sr. .................. ....... 3 O-31 Physical Education ..,.. ....... 4 O-41 Principals ...,....,,....,,,.,..,..,.,,,s.. ,,.,.,,,,,, S Senior Class .............................. ....... l 2-l7 Sr. Class Officers and History ........ ........ l l Sr. Class Play ............................. ........... l O Service Flag ....,............ ...... ....... 4 5 -46 Seventh Grade ............... ..... 2 6 Seventh Grade Officers ...... ..... 2 7 Sophomore Class ................... ..... 2 O Sophomore Class Officers ,....... ..... 2 l Superintendent .........,......... ..... 4 To the Seniors ........,........... 4 Hi llc, ,Q-H" In this War period as in Peace time . . . The Gray Printing Company is "Carrying On"! War Economy has demanded many unusual types of printing, and releasing many of our men to the Armed Forces has resulted in maior changes in our organization .... At the same time we are trying to maintain the best in quality and skilled craftsmanship. which has been an unwritten trademark of The Gray Printing Company for fifty-five years. You will continue to receive irom "Gray" this quality and service so far as it is possible under existing circumstances. ANNUALSEF MORE THAN EVER BEFORE in the past twenty-tive years is there a genuine need for a Yearbook. Very often annuals are the only substantial source of pic- tures and activities in which former students participated. lt is a history of U R MURALE four years that will prove invaluable to the families and sweethearts of the boys who are serving in the Armed Forces. We are proud to have had the privilege of being a part in the planning and execution ot this fine book. k Y J THE GRAY PRINTING FOSTORIA. OHIO LARGEST PRODUCERS or scHoo1. ANNUALS IN THE s'rA'rE UUMPANY IIDUERTISEIIIEIIT IIIDEII Ace's Lunch ..,... I Albert s ............... Artz Bros. ............... . Bentz-Swoverland .......... BoIish's Restaurant .......,.... Bow and Arrow .................. Bowman's Grocery and Meat Market Bringman and Company .... Chief Dairy Products Co. . Citizen's Savings Bank ..... Clip and Curl Bar .......... Daily Chief Union ....... Dr. J. Craig Bowman .... Louis Fleck Hardware ....... J. L. Foucht Quarry ........... Freimann Beverage and Ice Grant Studio ..................... Wm. Gregg and Sons ...... Hart-Snyder ............... Kimmel Cleaners .......... Klienlein Jewelry Store ..... KoehIer's Drug Store ...,... Mahattey's Service Station Bud Menningen's Sport Shop Midway Restaurant ....,.... Miller Dairy ..,,,,.,,...,.,,,,,., B. A. Moloney, M.D. ..... . Neumeister's Bakery ....,.. M. S. and EG. Newell ..... Rangeler and Warner ........ Recreation Bowling Alley .. - 1 Reiser s ........................... Dr. R. M. Rossel ............... Stansberry and Steck ....... Stecher Insurance ........ Stephan Lumber Co. Strasser and Son ...... . Fred Stuckey .......... Upper Auto Parts ....... Upper Drug Store .......... U. S. Commission Co. U. S. Implement Co. ..... . VogeI's Shoe Store ........... Volz Grocery .................... WaIker's Dry Goods Store Wartel Coal Co. .............. . Wood's Restaurant ............ Wyandot Co. Farm Bureau Wyandot Tractor and Implement Co HUTUGRHPHS HUTOGRHPHS 'Pl 1fwf .r' ' - .1 lx' .E lg .fb . P -1., "4 4, W HA W , g QI' ' Li Y .' h M- - . 4, l - 4 . lt 6 v f.' .. l. I vvf -Q -' ' 'Q -l'H ll" 4 J ',.,4f . 4 , A ' A f-.i a , I I I ' , ,, . t i 4' D v f 44, l . Q , . 9 O , 1 - n . Q ,X me D-is 'gg- 73- 1 N1 I r . 'I' f- ' H .,.lj-, as QM A -- -- k 1 ' ' ". fi 'Blix -7-2313" 44. , 1 L9 Q? AJ Q M l rpo I it 1 , gk 'V ,., . W f- J - n 4 rjyi 1 ' l . L fr K ' K 'S . v ,..4. , ' U 4 v 'i . , . A ff' ' A r I 1 'li ' 'Y ' - 'av Inu I. 1 A Q 6 ' , 1 ' 'sr F , Q - o Q Q q V - v , . ,, vp , Q I U 'rs 9 , u 4 , an H4 X Q .' L ' , "' 5 'f V fd " . X , 1 f L47 .1 ll V B F ' , Wa 4 w . . f 'PI if , r Q 4 5. 11, V . ,,.'nl'57.f -,fri I f by 1,9 f V 'F K, 'I ' - v . .ir Miryu A Ii as they graduate from school, so they will be able to take over essential jobs without further schooling. For these different jobs the courses of Pre-Flight Aeronautics, Trigo- nometry, Pre-Induction Mathematics, and Pre-Induction Science were made available to all students. Because of the scarcity of doctors, as a prevention toward avoiding accidents, and lfarning how to save lives, a course in First- f-'cl was made ava?lable to students in high school. This course was sponsored through the school by the local Red Cross Chapter. This year a course in Physical Education was made compulsory for all boys and girls from the 7th to l2th grades inclusive, here- to-fore, not required. The program was put into effect to help build stronger bodies, and as a whole to maintain and build up the health of young boys and girls, which is important during these times. One of the most important and largest jobs undertaken by the school, and handled very efficiently, was the distribution and issuing of War Ration Book l, Gasoline Ration Book A, and War Ration Book 2. The school has also been helping in the financing of the War, approximately 3700.00 worth of stamps and Sl600 in bonds have been sold up to date, April l, l943. This job was sponsored by the F.F.A. organization. The boys also repaired ma- chinery and built farm equipment for the farmers As we summarize the major activities of the school, we realize that the school has contributed a great deal and has played an important part in the War Effort. 41 V- :X -' X ,fg ., v . . X - v .-X J lg Wqv ' ' ll W 'F' ll," 5 5 . I ' ' " x I n , Q. 'W-. . ' 1.1 . n E' ' Q , ' -x A I I O .r, I I 1 . H' . u ' - I I Mx J Q I 4 . X , - I . . ,, . Y -O u , -cw u X N b . ,S a iw' A f -. K 'A'- 41 . , X Q .1 .5 1 11 J -fi? ani' W 1 .-,' l 1 0' .r-. lb ' . 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Miami University MA, Miami University Graduate Work Indiana University Phi Beta Kappa HE SEIIIURS ln the "Ordinance of l787," the governing document of the "North-West Territory," we find this immortal sentence: "Religion, morality, and knowl- edge, being essential to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged." This sentence not only summarizes the political ideology of the time, but clearly outlines the aims and importance of education in the Democratic Philosophy. The "Mad Dog of Berchtesgadenn has built a regime on the notion of race superiority and the tenet that people exist solely for the glory of the state, and incidentally, their rulers. Human rights, religious rights, and political rights are non-existant by Doctrine-except in the nebulous future when all other races have been reduced to slavery, lt is inevitable that such incompatable philosophies should be engaged in a global war of annihilation-which must destroy one or the other. We have no choice but to pay the price of victory-in casualties, in effort, in inconvenience, and in suffering. But after the war is won, then what? Winning a war cannot preserve ideals or establish principlesl lt can only give them another chancel Our forefathers were perhaps wiser than they knew when they wrote ". . . schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged."


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