Vanlue High School - Scarlet and Grey Yearbook (Vanlue, OH)

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HUFFMAN He represents our school i th army now. ,,....-.-, Page four School Board 111- 1,1'lHffll'IIf View l'wsifle1Lt Clerk Ermun B1-ight Harold Lee Milo Bayless Memlfcfr Mem Iam' Garrett Miller Glen McKee Dedication TO THE TREASURED MEMORY OF WENDELL NYE, FORMER CLASSMATE AND FRIEND OF ALL, THE CLASS OF 1942 DOES HERE- BY DEDICATE THIS BOOK. Forgotten? No, we never do forget: We let the years go: wash them clean with tears, Leave them to bleach out in the open day, Or lock them careful by, Till we shall dare unfold them with- out pain,- But we forget not, never can forget. -M. D. Mulock Page five KERMIT V. OHL SUPERINTENDHNT ADMINISTRATION i Page six H. ERCIL HINKLE PR1Nc1PAL S MERRITT MONSON QVOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE, ARLENE YOUNG fVOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS, LUCILLE HILTY fFIRST GRAD1-:J BERNICE SHAFER fFIF'l'II GRADEJ ROSE DEHNHOFF fMUSIC, ROBERT COLLINS fSCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, ELMER STEINER KSIXTH GRADE, fwfr WEALTHA WENTLING fSECOND GRADE, RALPH SAMPSON KSEVENTH KL EIGHTII GRADESQ NELLIE KETZENBERGER fLANGUAGES, PHYSICAL EDJ HENRIETTA TINSMAN QCOMMERCIALQ GLADYS TREIER KTHIRD GRADE, ELIZABETH HEMINGER fFOURTII GRADE, Page seven f" 5353 s f 1 5 l , Page eight Roy Earl Ralph Jerome Carl Williard Lee Shafer Gemberling Walters Barger Daniels Personnel JANITOR COOK MECHANIC Harry Thompson Mrs. Dyer Williard Daniels Stars of the Evening. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President - - - John Roberts Vice President - - Clair Oman Secretary - Donnabelle Shull Treasurer - Roberta Miller Page nine Page ten NANA BECHTEL "The cau,t.'ou.s seldom err." Basketball 1, 2, F. H. A. 3, 4, Office Help 1, 25 Librarian 1.3 Junior Play Cast, Annual Staff MARY JANE BREITIGAM "Friends are like melons. Shall I tell you why? To find one good, you 'rrmxt ll, hundfred fryf' F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer' 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Operetta 1, 2, 35 Office Help 4, Annual Staff. JACK DEAN "Care to our cojfin adds ri, nail no doubt, and every grin, so merry, clmws on.e out." Football 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Casing Class President 29 Annual Staff. LANE DYER 'Zloking decides great fhings, Stronglier and better oft than earnest cfm." Football 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. Basketball 25 Junior' Play Castg Annual Staff. LOREN HELFER "He wa:-z not merely IL chip off the old hloek, hut the old block itself." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 43 Softball 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff. ROBERT HENDRICKS "The deed I 'intend great, but what, as yet,I know not." Football 2, 3, Basketball 1, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 35 Basketball Manager 2, 3, Vocational Play Cast, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, Annual Staff: Senior Play Cast. MARY MCKEE "Deeds, not words." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Casbg Senior Play Cast, Paper Staff 4, Librarian 4, Annual Staff. REID MCKEE "Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no films." Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocational Play Cast 3, High School Play Cast 4, Senior Play Cast: Open-etta 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Vice President 47 Annual Staff. REVA MCKEE "Nothing endures buf personal qualities." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, ! Il, 4, President 4, Secretary-treasurer 23 Vocational Play Cast 3, Junior Play Cast' Senior Pla Cast P , Y 3 9117911 Staff Il.: Librarian 35 Class Reporter 3, Annual Staff. ROBERTA MILLER "Charity and personal f worth, anything." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4g F, H. A. 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Office Help 4, Vice President 2, Secretary-treasurer 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4- Paper Staff 3, Annual Staff 4. o'rce afre the only investments l x Page eleven Page twelve PAULINE MULLIN ' Charity which renders good for bad, blessings for curses." Basketball 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 25 Band 1, 25 Annual Staff. MARY NAEYAERT "Beware of desperate steps. The darkest day, live till to-morrow, will have pass'd away." Paper Staff 2, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Help 45 Annual Staff. CLAIR OMAN "None but the brave deserve the fair." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 25 Secretary 35 President 45 Operebta 35 Vocational Play 35 High School Play Cast 45 Paper Staff 45 Class Vice President 1, 3, 45 Annual Staff. MARY ELLEN REDICK "Who sees past evils only, is a fool." Basketball 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Class President 35 Class Reporter 15 F. H. A. 3, 45 Vice President 45 Cheerleader 45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Play Cast5 High School Play 45 Annual Staff. CLIFFORD REED "Push on-keep moving." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice President 35 Reporter 45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Play Castg Football Manager 35 Paper Staff 45 Softball 1, 2, 35 Annual Staff. JOHN ROBERTS "That fellow seems to me to possess but one idea, and that is the wrong one." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 45 Vocational Play Cast 3, Junior Play Castr Senior Play Cast, High School Play Cast 45 Paper Staff 45 Class President 45 Annual Staff. THOMAS ROLLER "It is one thing to see your road, another to cut it." Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 25 President 35 Watchdog 45 Annual Staff. DONNABEL SHUCK "Our thoughts and our conduct are our own." Basketball 1, 23 Office Help 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Class Reporter 25 Annual Staff. DONNABELLE SHULL "Everywhere in life, the true question is, not what we gain but what we do." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 1, 2, 3, Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Castg High School Play Cast, Paper Staff 45 Office Help 4, Class Secretary 2, 45 Treasurer 25 An- nual Staff. AVONELLE STONE "Gold all is not that doth golden seem." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Historian 4,1 Senior Play Class, Operetta 1, 2, 33 Office Help 45 Annual Staff. 1 l Page thirteen l l Page fourteen JANE STONE "To pity distress is but ,humang to relieve it is Godlikef' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 43 Junior Play Castgg F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff. ARDETH THOMAS "Learn to live well that thou mayst die so too, to live and dies is all we have to do." Basketball 1, 213 Glee Club 35 F. H. A. 45 Class Treas- urer 35 Office Help 4, Librarian 2, 45 Annual Staff. RAYMOND TONG "His mind, his kingdom, and his will, his law." Junior Play Cast, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 35 Annual Staff. BILLIE WARD 'None but himself can be his parallel." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 F. F. A. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff. MARGARET WOHLGAMUTH "The great theatre for virtue is- conscience." Librarian 2, 3, 4 3 Junior Play Castg Senior Play Castg High School Play Cast 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 29 Annual Staff. SAM OPP "One self-approving hour whole years outweighs." Paper Staff 35 Annual Staff. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, Basketball Manager 35 Class History HAVING finished our Senior year, another goal has been reached. This, perhops, to each member of our class who wonderingly entered our great school building twelve years ago, was considered the ultimate achievement of life. But now we re- alize that if we are to progress, our aims and objectives must be changed as we near the accomplishment of each. ' The Senior of our graduation exercises must be and is a far different individual from the first grader who entered school in the fall of 1930. Of the 'thirty-four who enrolled as primary students in that year, eighteen are still faithful members, and as the years have rolled rapidly by, we have been happy to welcome new ones to our midst each year. The first eight years of our school career was spent in acquiring knowledge to form the foundation for our high school courses and we all anxiously looked forward to the time when we would become green "Freshies" and have our first opportunity to participate in various activities. The great day we had dreamed of for so long came all too soon and in 1938, our class of thirty-six students entered the Freshman rank under the sponsorship of Miss Janice Shuck. We chose as our president Wendell Nye, but his leadership was short, for in November of that year, due to accidental death, we were deprived of his faithful services as well as his companionship. We were fortunate, however, in that Nana Bechtel carried on successfully with the assistance of Vera Wells and Mary Ellen Redick. During our first year of the great adventure, we were well represented in athletics, music, and the scholarship team. As Sophomores, we were under the capable direction of Miss Nellie Ketzenberger, sponsorg Jack Dean, presidentg Roberta Miller, vice-president: Donnabelle Shull, secretary-treasurerg and Donnabel Shuck, reporter. Upon reaching the third step of our high school career and having attained the title of Juniors, we became more serious and reserved. This we proved to the satis- faction of all by the successful production of our class play "Sulphur and Molasses", the serving of a chicken supper, and the banqueting of the Seniors. The activities of our Junior year were managed and led by President Mary Ellen Redick, who was aided by Clair Oman, Ardeth Thomas, Nana Bechtel, land Reva McKee with the responsible supervision of Mr. M. T. Monson. As Seniors, we promoted various activities of which the two most outstanding were the class play "I'm in fthe Army Now" and the publication of the "Scarlet and Gray". These achievements were made possible by the aid of Mr. H. E. Hinkle, our advisor, and the corps of students we chose to represent us who were: John Roberts, presidentg Clair Oman, vice-presidentg Donnabelle Shull, secretary: and Roberta M iller, treasurer. Our high school career was climaxed by the Commencement Exercises on May 22, and we bade farewell to Vanlue High, remembering every pleasant experience we had enjoyed there for the past twelve years. Donnabel Shuck Page fifteen Flower-Pink Carnation. President - Vice President Secretary - Treasurer - Reporter - Sponsor First row-S. Bechtel. Second row-C. Casteel, R. Coldren, S. E. Cole, T. Cole. Third row-P. George, J. A. Heck, D. Hendricks, E. Hendricks. Fourth row-J. Hendricks, R. Loudenslager, I. R. Miller, W. Norris. Fifth row-N. Phillips, W. Risner, R. Robinette, D. Walters. Also-K. Reinhart. Page sixteen Colors-Crimson and Gold. I un1ors Motto-HA Live Wire Never Gets Stepped On." William Norris Calvin Casteel Timothy Cole Naomi Phillips Paul George Mr. Monson Sophomores First row-L. Arnett, L. Arnold, E. Bright, D. Casteel, I. Crawford. . Second row-N. Coldren, P. Crates, V. Dyer, B. Hendricks, N. Luzader, Third row-P. Moser, M. Mullins, B. Pratt, M. Rader, R. E. Reed. Fourth row-E. Reinhart, J. Roberts, G. Roller, R. Shuck, B. Thomas. Fifth row-J. Thomas, W. Phillips, G. Walters, R. Wisner. Also-N. Ackerman. Motto-"Work VVith A Willf, ' l"lower-Lily of the Valley. ' A Colors-Green and White. ... President - - Paul Moser i , Vice President - Wallis Phillips Secretary and Treasurer - - - Virginia Dyer Reporter Nathalie Coldren "N Sponsor - Miss Ketzenberger Y vi as 5 Page seventeen ,,,,,........--v' ,,,,,,....-.---- First row-R Bechtel, A. Bright, G. Byal, B. Dukes, C. Hilo. Freshman Motto-Try, Trust, and Triumph. Flower-Yellow Rose. Colors-Blue and Gold. President - - Kenneth Nyc Vice President - Carol Newcomer Secretary - - Betty Parish Treasurer - - Jack Naeyaert Sponsor Mr. Collins Second row-L. Kauffman, P. Marshall, J. Naeyaert, C. Newcomer, K. Nyc. Third row-B. Parish, H. Perkins, H. Puckett, A. Risner, M. L. Risner. Fourth row-M. Risner, R. Row, W. B. Row, R. Stiilberger, L. Vanhorn. Fifth row-J. Vehrs, L. Walters, D. Wohlgamuth. Also--V. Reinhart, V. Stone. Page eighteen EIGHTH GRADE Fi rst row Erma llvntz, Il, Ilrozul X!'Il'll'l', J. C'0ldri-n. H. Colo, R I li rnwyor. Ser-om I "uw K. lllllxl'I3, M. Frulh R. Fry, H. 1Ir:m'., M. Hvndricl-L 'l'l1i ral row M. L. King, tl. lnimzm F M Pnl r Full rlh L. lxl zlrshull, ll. M. Mills-l'. row R. Pilckvtt. E. Risnel sner. Ii. Szxussor. l.. Sh:1'Tc1 Fifth row R. Shurk. M. Swurilc-ii C 'I'l iomas. R. VV:1llvrs. J. Wm-llv li. Wohlirzunul h. 5 SEVENTH GRADE First mw F. Arm-it. ll, J. ll:ly- less. ll. licvlitcl. M. llvtk, K. C'r:iivs. Sl'I'0Il4l row J. llvilll. N. Fulwr, E. Frg, J. Fry. H. Hvmlrir-ks. I'hir1I row R. Henilrivks, J. Marsh- zlll. li. Mullins. R. Mullins. C. Mm'Cormi4'k. 'uurt h row H. McCormick. P. Ncwromvr. V. Parish. N. Przxti, C. Ric' ha rds. lif'h row ll. Rolrvrls. ll. Stone, R. 'I':mncr, ll. VVisnvr. Xlsu H. Hartley, R. Hagermaii, in U. Grv 1 . J irk. Whfid' 1 M .. Ni? . . P N Q in qi In H . H ' ' i ff . . X Y W 7'-if M-lf ' 5 haf 'sf '- A -I Q -N., Q. -. I.. I '- . Q ik.- . - 1 . . V ,,,g. . :.,.,.,,:,. .,::: . , .:.., M I . . . ' . N., , I .. .F A ' x 5 . ..,,. - J N ,LJ ..., tu, H, SIXTH GRADE First r0wfE. Arnett, ll. Casteel, R. Coldrcn. M. Cole, B. Crawford, B. Daniels. Second row -M. Farmer. V. Fruth. H. George. C. Gorsuch, IJ. Grunt, ll. Hemlrir-ks. Third row KRllll'h12l'l, H. Jcrvph. F. Joseph. J. Lumau, J. Mcllill. ll. Mamuvtl. Fourth row --J. Norris, J. Perkin:-1. V. Perk- ins, R. Pratt, C. Risner. H. Risner. Fifth row -S. Risner, E. Ruisell, C. Stacy. B. Stone, D. Stough, J. Strader. Silxth row --E. Thomas, J. Van Horn. R. Van Sant, E. Walter, A. Walter, N. Wohl- gamuth. AlscrffM. Reinhart. H. Frazer. O. Brown. FIFTH GRADE First row- -J. Ackerman, R. Bechtel. ll. Bright, F. Bright, M. Cole, H. lleckler. Second row-fR. George, P. Haines. J. Hzrtch. R. Hendricks. II. Lec. ll. McCormick. Third Row G. Marshall, J. Mullins, R. Nyc, W. Patrick. J. Ponn:-1, W. Risner. Fourth Row--M. Roberts. R. Rowe. L. Stacy, G. Thomas. M. Thomas, G. Welty. Al1wR. Hartley, A. Reinhart. FOURTH GRADE First row-gJ. Arlington, M. Arnett. W. Arnett, P. Boyles, P. Breitiizam, J. Coldren. Second row-ell. Cumm. A. Gorsuch. D. Grant. R. Hendricks. B. Higginbotham. B. Higgin- botham. Third row --C. Hotellimr. J. Joseph. J. Marsh- all, J. Lay, D. Ohl. B. Patrick. J. Puckett Fourth row -W. Risner, W. Shwla. A. Spit ler. N. Stone. C. Strarler, D. Thomas, E Walters. Alscf-E. Conley, L. Hartley. THIRD GRADE First row ll. Ackerman. V. Arnett. E. llzlmo. E. llezuwl, J. liripfht, M Cor. P. l"letrhe'l'. Sw-ond row li. Hatrh, J. Hendricks V. Hendrix-ks, N. Hou-lling, E, Lgm bright, N. law. R. lice. Thirml row M. M:1rsh:xll. A. McRill L. Nye. E. Patterson. G. Preston ll. Price. T. Rader. Fourth row H. llichzlrils G. Ri:-lner. ll. Spitlur. J, Stahl, ll. SLon4-. l".l'th row ll. Sullrnlwrger F 'll1ll1Ilt'l'. R. 'llh0lTlllN, M. Tong. Also J. l"i'uz4-r. ll. Glmivn SECOND GRADE First row ll. Arllnyrlon, ll. Bright. C. Colv, N. Lblo, R. Crawford. G. Cupp, l". Erkor. SN-oml row A. l"ruth. L. Fry, V. Fry. N. Heminuer. I.. Hendricks, R. Hig- ginlmothum. M. Higgins. 'l'hir4l row M. Hilv, ll. Huprhvs. M. Iludson, I.. Lzimlwigrhl. M. Lam- bight. D. lVlursh:ull. I". Marshall. Fourth row M. Mrlim-0, ll, J, Oman. Il. Phillips. N. Prnt:-r. J. llisner, R. liisnvr. W. Risnvr. l"il'th row N. Robvrts, 'l'. Shuck, L. Stone. H. Shull. W. Sizemore. A. Slraulf-r, R. Thompson, E. Van Sant. Also li. Green, P. Reinhart. FIRST GRADE First row fA. Bishop, ll. Cole. K. Coleman, V. Uruwforml. R. Euker. Brown. J. Collins, J. Second row fl. Farmer, B. Fletcher. R. Hutrh. C. Hendricks. L. Hend- ricks, 0. Higgins, P. Joseph. 'l'hird row M. Lay, L. Mullin, B. Oman. R. P1-rkins, C. Pratt. M. Preston. lb, Rirkle. M. Roth. Fouth row Il. Shaffer, J. Spitler, H. Slione. R. Strader. I. Thomas, J. Thomas, P. Thomas. N. Walters. Also J. Chilroat. W. Frnzvr. , ll. Ric-klo. W. Stacy, , H. Conley. , . . 1 W " .A , A is ' ' l ' f .. ' ' '- r .5 , X ' Q at '-' I I .,... . .. ,,,, ' . . .,,. . . f ,, " N " ..,, . XJ ,.,....... H 51.2 . . v - 'ivl ' 2 If ' .. . I A 1 3" " 4 fi Fil ' 5 .. .. f . f-in f ilu' E- .7 ' I' 2, .M , F A ,,,,. ,N . N. A ..,, . w Q , J as-. .A . ...ii Q 1 b J I 1 W' .- fi l .-' A . 3554's 'uf f. "' -J 9 8 . E ..:. - .. . Ely. - :ffl-' .gggx-.5V., - V-Ep ' , .. ' " dv -M: mf I 4- - ,f A f -r.,...' " I' -'T "'- t , A - I Q " -4- 1-1 i ,, -4 W 'gg Q W I ,- , p' if ,, af' s ma J.. . if ,- .It ,- . - - Program Sidelights Club Matinee Mary Ellen Redlck Roberta Mlller Patrzcxa Crates CHEERLEADERS Page twenty-three I'm In The Army Now Pa Robertson , ,,.,. ,...., . .Clifford Reed Ma Robertson.. ..,........,,...,. ....,....... I Jonnabelle Shull Granny Robertson ...... .,..... , ....,..,.,, . Donnabel Shuck Bronson Robertson ,....,.... . . ............,........ .,.. R eid McKee Toby Robertson ...,, .,......,.,. . ,, ,.,.. Robert Hendricks Deanna Robertson ..,,,..... ......,............., A vonelle Stone Dale Morrisonw. .,,., ., .... .......ReVa McKee Letty Ashbrooke ....,,.,, ..........,.. Robert Miller Prentiss Roper .,.........,..,.. ....,...... J ohn Roberts Corinna Duffin ........,, ...........,..,.. Mary McKee Audrey Nayland. ,,,... , ,, ,....,. ,..., M ary Ellen Redick Mrs. Essie Knapp ,,......., ., ..,... ..... M argaret Wohlgamuth Ramon Valdez .,....., . ..,.....,,,....,,..,.,,......,..,.....,, .Jack Dean X529 All the trouble Starts when Bronson Robertson has to register in the draft. His mother Ma Robertson, who has babied him so that he believes himself a weakling, tries everything to keep him from having to go to camp, much to the disgust of Pa and Granny Robertson. De- spite Ma's desperate attempts to keep Bronson from camp, he has to go and comes home a new man. He then revolutionizes his self-centered family and literally saves the day by making Ma do her own work, Deanna Page twenty-four get a job, and Toby become more self-reliant. Toby starts trailing Ramon Valdez, the R0bertson's roomer, and suspects him of being a spy against our government but Ramon proves to be a secret agent out to capture the spy ring and also Deanna's heart. Bronson proves himself a man and thus wins his childhood sweetheart Letty Ashbrooks. Too Many Relatives Harry Savage ...... ,... . ,... ...,.. R a lph Loudenslage Mabel Savage ........,,.. .. ....,. Ina Ruth Miller Mrs. Donelly.. ,.....r ,. ,..... Sara Ellen Cole Gracie Evans ........ ., ........,.,...,,.,,... Naomi Phillips Jasper Wilkins .......,. .. ,...,.. ,Richard Robinette Officer Butterfield ....... ., ..,.... .,,., S amuel Bechtel Lucy .,.. ,..,.......,i..,,,..,..,......,i.,,...i ..,.. .,....,...............,. B e t ty Houtz Ermintrude Evans ........,,. .......,..,.,. J anice Ann Heck Otto B. Savage.. ..,i .,.. . ..,.....i. ,,.,.., W y att Risner Smoky McGee ,....,.... ...,,........ J ohn Ackerman Harry Savage is an up and coming young writer to everyone but his publishers. Mabel, his wife of two weeks, is very encouraging but in order that they may yet receive their allowance from Harry's rich Uncle Otto, they haven't announced their marriage. It is very disturbing when Uncle Otto B. Savage and Mabel's Aunt Ermintrudc Evans visit them at the same time. Fortunately for Harry and Mabel though Aunt and Uncle are hard of hearing. The situation is further enhanced by the appearance of Smoky McGee, an escaped convict, and Mrs. Donelly, the landlady, who demands the rent or their evacuation. But by many breath-taking and laugh-making events Harry and Mabel manage to clean up the plight and cttlc down again as a peaceful family. Page twenty-five Ready MadefFami1y Agnes Martyn .......... ........,.,,.. D onnabelle Shull Bob .....,.....,,...,,......,,..... ...,...,,..,.,,.............. R eid McKee Marilee ........,,..... ....,,..... M ary Ellen Redick Gracie ........,,.,........A, .....,........,................. A lice Bright Miss Lydia .,...,....... ...,......., M argaret Wohlgamuth Henry Turner' ..,,. .... .,.,.......,..,..,.,.....,...,..,. C 1 air Oman Doris ....,.................... ..,........ I na Ruth Miller Sarnmie .....,, .. ., ......,,....,. Paul George ' ............. Glenna Roller Begoma ............. Nicodemus ....... ,...,. . .John Roberts When Mrs. Agnes Martyn, a widow, decides to marry Henry Turner, a widower, things begin to happen, especially when she has three children and he has two, and the children decide they don't want them to get married. The children get an awful setback when they find that Agnes and Henry are already married. Miss Lydia, Agnes' first husband's sister, takes up the fight against the marriage impersonating her brother Horace as a ghost. The children turn traitors to their former duty when they find out they actually like each other. The scheme of Agnes and Henry to bring the family together again works and it all ends with a ready-made family being made a happy family. Page twentfy-sia: Grade Operetta 'SUSANNA'S CHRISTMAS AUCTION" On Christmas eve-the story goes- Susanna's house-the curtain rose- Policemen come and march around To keep the tree both safe and sound. A lovely vase Susanna breaks: She will not then repentance make. So all her tops go up for saleg Ah! sad indeed is this drear tale. Then Josephine comes up for bids- A poor sick doll indeed is this- Susanna now doth mend her ways And keeps her doll for better days. Santa and his helpers come To make the day a happy one Carole:-s we also hear And Ponto-that's a dog we fear. Teddy bears and dollies fair And bright balloons, most everywhere All helped to bring this play to you Vile hope you like it as we do. Page twenty-seven Fl"st. row--R. Mille". C. Nrw'-omcr. V. Dyer, A. Stone. M. E. Redick. R. McKee, M. J. Breitigam. I. Ci'ziwl'o"'. J. Stone. I. R. Miller. Seconl row---Miss Yoimr. R. Shuek, G. Roilar. N. Coldren, M. McKee, M. Nacyaert, N. Phillips, I.. Annctt, M. L. Risner, P. Marshall, S. C. Cole. Third row --C. Hile, II. Rhinehart, II. Thomas, M. Rader, L. VunI-Iorn, B. Parrish, R. Stillberger, P. Crates. A. Thomas. N. Bechtel. R. Recd. Diesident .,.,.,,.,.....,.,. ,........,... ............... R e va McKee Vice-president ..,.,.....,..,...... .,.............,. M ary Ellen Redick Secretary-treasurer ......... ........... M ary Jane Breitigam Reporter ...,...............,..,........ .........,,............. V irginia Dyer Historian ........,. ..,..... A vonelle Stone The activities of the Future Homemakers of America for this year have been of both a social and business nature. They have included such things as parties, one of which was held every two months, bake sales, initiation, and the bestowing of degrees. Eleven new members were initiated into the organization in September, and in December, fifteen girls were given the Fireside Degree. The organization is under the sponsorship of Miss Young, Home Economics teacher. Page twenty-eight First row fW. li. Row. R. Hendricks, C. Recd, ll. Robinette. R. McKee, C, Oman. J. Roberts, 'l'. Roller, H. Perkins, G. Byzil. Second row Mr. Monson, W. Norris. K. Nye. R. VVisn0r, Il. Ilcndrickv, S, Opp. R, Tong. ll, Ylohl- gxnniith, P. George. Third row J. Nzicyaeri, B. Dukes, L. lixiullmzin, S. Uzclitcl. R, Row, J. Ve-hrs, R. lim-vim-F, J. Roberts. W. Phillips, L, Dyer, li. Ward, I I President.. ..,...,,.,,, .. ...Clair Oman Vice-president ........... ,............,,.., Reid McKee Secretary.. .......,.,... ..,,..... R ichard Robinette Treasurer ..,,.... .......,,...., , John Roberts Reporter ....... ,.., . ,,..,.. C lifford Reed Watch Dog..- ..... .,.... T homas Roller For the Future Farmers of Ameri ca, this year has been one of much and varied activity. Tn September, new members were duly initiated into the organization. Also, in September, the officers of this group attended the officers' banquet for this district held at Arcadia. Another social event of the year was a game supper in November to which all the members were invited to take part. A project to raise money by collecting much of the paper and junk in this vicinity was undertaken the latter part of December. Also, the group sponsored a paper drive in the school, the proceeds from whi h t t Crippled Children's Fund. c wen o the Paralysis and The Chapter was honored by being awarded a plaque from the state department in recognition of its achievements for the previous year. Mr. Monson, the Vo-ag teacher, is the sponsor of the organization. Page twenty-nine Page thirty Mary Louise King, Donna Mae Miller... Band .. ,,,Clarinet ,......Clarinet Billy Wohlgamuth.. ,... ,, Charles Gorsuch 4,....... ,,,, Helen Cole ..... ..,, , ,. .......... ..,, ...,..,..... C l arinet Caroline Richards .... ,... . Richard VanSant ..,, .....,... . .. ....,,.. Clarinet Marilyn Beck ............. Eulalia Reinhart .....,,, ., ,,,... ......, C larinet Herbert Risner ............ .. Ronald Nye ....,....l...... . James Dean ...,....... ..,, .,., , . , ...... Tuba Grace Luman., ......., .Saxophone Helen Mccormlck ------"-- ' Virginia Parish ....,,.. David Bright ......l..,. . ....,...,,... Baritone Molly Farmer A,-A'.,.I,A,,,., I Jh Vh' ..... ,, h - 0 n e is ousap one Marcella Hendricks .,.... Donald Broadwater ...., , ,.,,..,..,,.. Trombone Kenneth Nye ....................., ..,,., .,....,. ..,, . Trombone Jack Naeyaertn... ,. ..... Miss Dehnhoffv .....,, ..,, ,,..... D i rector ,Cornet ......Co1'net ,Cornet .....,,...l..Coi'net .,.,........C01'DCt ,,.,..Cornet .Snare Drum Snare Drum ..,..,..,...SIl8,1'6 Drum .i..,....,..Cymbals ,,.Bass Drum Chorus The various progralns of the school year were enlivenod and bcautificd by vocal numbers rendered by the girls' and boys' choruses. A few of the appearances and the numbers of the choruses, both together and singly were: Christmas Program . . . ,. ,.., , , .. ,..l,.. , Girls' Chorus Tri-School Musicale at Mt. Blanchard Boys' and Girls' Chorus Spring Musicals at Vanlue , . , ,... Boys' and Girls' Chorus Special Numbers for Chapel Exercises First row V, Hilo. C. Newcomer. Ii. IC. Rm-ezls P. Crigr' -gs, I. R. Miller, V. Ilvi-r, J. Sion:-. Ii. Parish I.. Van Horn. R. S1.illb1-rger. Il. Shuek. l Ser-ond row Miss Ile-hnhotI', M, Risner, A. Risner, Ii. Thonfvas, E. Rt'lIlh1ll't, M. Wohhrzimuth. Ii. Rol- ler. M, Mullins. M. J. Breitigam, I. Crawford. R. Shurk. M. E. Redick, K. Millur. Third row P. Marshall. M. L. Risner, P. Mullins. ID. Shnll, Il. Houtz. A. Stone. H. I'm'kn-mt, M. Mclxvc-, N. Phillips, J. A. He-ck. N. Coldren, M. Rader, R. Mc'Kee, S. E. Cole, Seated I.. Kaulfmzln. W.. li. Row. J. Vohrs. G. liyal, Ii. Row, Miss IlehnholI. Stzuuling L. Arnold, J. Nas-yuert, W. Norris. K. Nye, J. Roberts, Page th irty-one Editor-in-chief. ,....,, ., Assistant Editor .......,. Senior Editor ...,.,......,...,. Underclass Editor ..,,............ Activities Editor Calendar of Event Music Editor ....,...,...,.,.,., Si Snapshop Editors ...,...,, Sports Editors .,... ..,,. Annual Staff SJohn Roberts .,..,r.. Cliiford Reed ...........Reid McKee ack Dean . ,...,....... Mary McKee .....,....,Reva McKee ..........,,,,......Jane Stone Roberta Miller ,., Ardeth Thomas Pauline Mullin Robert Hendricks Billie Ward Photograph Editors.. .......,. ....,...,..,. R aymond Tong Samuel Opp Joke Editoi ',...,.,,.......... ..,.....,.. M ary Jane Breitigam Art Editor .........,..,............ ...,....,...,,,,,,. D onnabelle Shull Alumnus Editor ...,...........,.........,...,,...,..,...,,.....,,.........,........,...,.,................,..,,..........r..,.,...,,.... ..............,.......,...,... T homas Roller Business Manager .....,....... ......,... ...,.,......,........,,.........,.,..... N a na Bechtel fLoren Helfer Circulation and Subscription .........,. . ,,,. ....,. 4 Margaret Wchlgamuth Advertising Managers ...., .,.., lMary Ellen Redick Lane Dyer Clair Oman , 4Mary Naeyaert lDonnabcl Shuck Avonellc Stone Mary Ellen Redick Roberta Mi ler Typistg ,,,,,,,, ...,,........ 4 Donnabel Shuck Advisors .......,.. Page thirty two Nana Bechtel Ardeth Thomas S Miss Ketzenberger 1Mr. Hinkle Editor ..,.............,........,,,,...... Assistant Editor ..,,....,,. News Editor ......,...., Sports Editor ..,,.......,., Art Editor ..,......,... Humor. .......,,...............,,....... Business Manager ........ Newspaper Staff SPECIAL EDITORS Circulation Manager .............. ..........Donnabelle Shull ..........Mary Naeyaert ...,........Mary McKee ,, .......... John Roberts .....,.......Jane Stone .......,...Sara Ellen Cole .,...,......,,.,....Cla1r Oman ..,........Ina Ruth Miller ,.,.......,.Clifford Reed Advertising Manager .............. .,.,..,....... Typists .,...,.. .......... Advisor ..,..,.,..., Miss Tinsman Jane Stone Donnabelle Shull Miss Ketzenberger i l l Seated-J. Stone. M. Naeyaert, D. Shull. M. McKee, 1. R. Miller, C. Oman. Standing-C. Reed, Miss Ketzenbarger, S. E. Cole. J. Roberts. Page thirty-three Program Sidlights The Sportsmans Hour MANAGERS Paul Moser Richard Ro ine Wallls 1,111 1 s b tt . .H.p Dwight C t I ITIMOTHY COLE QCAPTAINJ fFu1lbackp 'FJACK DEAN fHalfbackJ WLANE DYER fTackleJ ITHOMAS ROLLER fHalfbackJ :FLOREN HELFER fTackleJ QZCALVIN CASTEEL fQua1'terbackJ WWILLIAM NORRIS fEndj WYATT RISNER CGuardJ COACH HINKLE SCH EDU LE Vanlne Opponents 0 - 12 Van Buren U - - 7 Rawson 6 - - 0 McComb 0 - - 6 Blanchard 0 - 7 A rcud in U - - 48 Arlington 7 - - 2 Wayne U - - 6 Liberty 7 - - AU Mt. Cory ICDAVID HENDRICKS QTackley PFBURDETTE PRATT fGua1'dJ :IIJOHN ACKERMAN fHa1fbackD BKRALPH WISNER fTack1eJ TSAM BECHTEL fGua1'dJ :IRICHARD ROBINETTE fEndJ 'VKENNETH NYE fCentex'j TROLLAND COLDREN fTackleJ TROSS BECHTEL fBackj WALLIS PHILLIPS fGua1'dJ DONALD WOH' .GAMUTH fTacklej :::L6f,t6l'U16l1 TCertificates No. 3FClifford Reed 6 1Varsity Captainj i:Reid McKee 8 i:Loren Helfer 12 iThomas Roller 5 i'fJack Dean 9 iklohn Roberts 7 i:Clair Oman 10 lircil Hinkle Robert Collins Pos QFD CFD KCI CGD KGB QGD QF? Head Coach Ass't. Coach SCHEDULE VARSITY Vanlue Opponents I5 - - 25 Liberty 16 - - 17 Van Buren IT - - 43 Rawson 30 - - 21 Dunkirk 22 - 26 McComb 23 - - 36 Wharton 34 - - 31 Blanchard 41 - - 34 Arcadia 27 - - 35 Arlington 20 - - 45 Blanchard 35 - - l7 Alumni 27 - - 52 Carey 21 - - 32 Liberty 34 - - 51 Mt. Cory 32 - - IS Nevada RESERVES Vanlue Opponents 22 - - 13 Liberty 3-1 - - I7 Van Buren 27 - - S Rawson 40 - - I2 Dunkirk 33 - - 32 McComb 34 - - ZH Wharton 25 - 22 Blanchard 43 - - I7 Arcadia 20 - ISN Arlington lri - - 24 Blanchard ZI - - 20 Carey IN - - 24 Liberty 20 - I -1 Nevada No. Pos :liJ0hn Hendricks 11 KGJ QReserve Captainj TCalvin Casteel 4 QFJ TPaul Moser 3 QFJ 1'Ross Bechtel 12 CCD 'lKenneth Nye 10 CGD TWi.liam Norris 7 QGD Haines Roberts 8 QFJ TRoscoe Row 6 QFJ 'l'Loel Arnold 5 QGJ 1'Lettei-men 'l'Certificates Schedule of Activities SEPTEMBER 8 Happy days are here again! Howdy, folks! We're back. 10 Hard time getting schedule in workable order. 11 Everyone spends the study halls admiring the new clock. 12 Boys practice hard for football. 16 Girls Glee Club. A large turnout of would-be warblers. 18 Getting down to business. Monkey business. Not as yet. 19 F. F. A. ini-tiate new members. Vanlue bows to Van Buren 12-0. 23 Tryouts for cheerleaders were presented. ' 25 Cheerleaders voted on and 6 were chosen. 26 8th Grade party at Mr. Sampson's home. OCTOBER 2 First publication of the "V-Hi-Bee". 3 McComb here, 6-0. Vanlue goes out for revenge and gets it. 7 Junior and Seniors see movie "Servant of the People"-Seniors get test on it. 9 Boys roll up pant legs and wear red campus socks. New style? 10 Battle of Ages. We played Bianchard and lost 6-0. 13 All high school play practice is going strong. 14 Senior Home Economics class talks of marriage. 17 Arcadia bounces Vanlue for a loss of 7-0. 18 High School Day at Ohio State. 23 Depression or grade cards--which is worse? Arlington wins by an inch, 40-0, 24 Teachers go to Toledo. Oh, how we miss them! 28 Boys start basketball practice. 30 Mr. Ed Dill gave pottery demonstration for chapel. 31 Wayne there. Another moral victory, 7-2. NOVEMBER 1 Seniors have pictures taken at Tiffin. 4 Have you seen the Junior rings? Neither have they-yet. 6 We notice Juniors taking exercises every 15 minutes. They're trying to keep alive for a history examination. 7 Sadie Hawkins Party. Every girl got her man. Oh, boy! 11 Seniors conduct chapel. A 17 Intelligence Test. Seniors find out how much they don't know. 19 Sophomores give a Thanksgiving Chapel. 25 F. F. A. Game Supper. 28 Junior play "Too Many Relatives" is a great success. DECEMBER 3 Corporal Huffman visited school. fNow he is a sergeantj. 5 Lost by a hair-Van Buren 17, Vanlue 16. 10 Sophomore Party at Rev-a Shuck's home. 11 Chapel given by Bishop Clippinger. 12 Rawson 45-Vanlue 17, Tough, but we're not discouraged. 16 F. H. A. Christmas Party. The Fireside Degree was given. 23 Grade Operetta "Susanna's Auction". 24 Christmas Chapel. All students are resting for Christmas. 25 We enjoyed lovely Spring weather during our Christmas vacation. JANUARY 5 First day of school in good old '42. 6 Combs are in evidence. Pictures are taken for the annual. 8 Odor of perfume floats around in Senior English Class. Page thirty-eight Schedule of Activities 9 We give Blanchard the rind and we retain the bacon, 34-31. 12 First Aid Class starts. 15 End of Frst Semester. 3 down and 3 more to go. 16 Annual Contest gets under way. 19 "Japs bomb U. S." and we saw what we hoped never to see. 21 Mss Tinsman's classesh ad a vacation. 22 Mr. Ohl's birthdayg Seniors sing "Happy Birthday" in Democracy Class. 26 Donkey Basketball Game. Some very clumsy playing was in view. FEBRUARY n9 We turned our clocks ahead an hour. 13 Seventh grade chapel. Also, Friday 13th. 18 Seniors select invitations and name cards. No war. All decide on same invitation. 19 Tournament begins at Findlay. 21 We're out of the Tournament. 25 Only 10 more months until Christmas. 27 Eighth grade entertains us with Chapel. MARCH 3 Annual Staff learns to work! 5 Seniors give fifth graders a party for winning annual contest. 6 Junior Party at schoolhouse. 9 P. T. A. Program given by Biglick Center Grange. 11 Seniors have play cast picture taken at Tiffin. 13 Dr. Finiton gives Hypnotic lecture. Ninth Grade Chapel. H 18 Girls find this drizzle and dampness very trying on carefully arranged locks. 20 High School Party Wirth the theme of St. Patricks Day. 24 Mr. Ohl gets a vacation because of the Scarlet Fever. 27 Juniors conduct Chapel. Tri-School Music Festival at Blanchard. 31 Snow, snow, snow-12 inches of it-no school. APRIL 1 April Fool's Day-Everyone gets his chance. 10 Local Music Festival. 14 P. T. A. "This Amazing America". 17 F. H. A. -and F. F. A. Banquet. 8th Grade State Scholarship test. 24 Senior Class Play "I'm In the Army Now". Very appropriate. MAY 1 Athletic Night. 15 Juniors entertain Seniors by a banquet at Findlay Y. M. C. A. 17 Baccalaureate exercises for Seniors. 18 One week of school yet. 22 Commencement. PATRONIZE THOSE WHO PATRONIZE US The men and women who advertise in the following pages represent the men and women who are loyal to Vanlue High School. STUDENTS! ! ! Tell Them You Saw Their Ads in the Scarlet and Gray Page thirty-nine Page List of Advertisers Ahlenius Co. ...............,................... . Al Bass Clothes ..................---....---- B. 8x B. Oil and Fuel Co. .......... . Beistle and McClelland .........-- Bil1's Economy Store ............ Bihsop Brothers ...................... Buffton News .........................,.. Bluffton Mfg, Co- ....................... Boles-Dandurand Studio ........... Boston Store ...............................4.... Broadwa Lunch y I ................... Bursons Clothing Co. ...... . Carey Cash Market ...,...... Carey Greenhouses .........,..-...-. Carey Style Shop ........... - ................ - ................... .......-4.,- Carey Times .......................................,,........................... ............ 5 8 Central Ohio Light and Pow erCo Chad's ..... . ................................................................ - ....... ............ 6 1 Clark Foltz ......................................... C. O. Beck ...............,.......... Coca Cola ..........,...................l... Coffman Electric Co. ......... . Cooper ............................,.....,.....,.. Cra1g's Cafe ..... - ..........,....... Crawford Finance ................... Crawford's Grocery .................. Cunningham's Drugs ........... - .... C. W. Patterson and Son Davenport Insurance ...........4 David Kirk and Sons ............ Davis Poultry ................................. Donelsons Packing Co. ........ . Dr. C. C. Pearson ................... Dr. E. J. Hall ................... Dr. Hosafros ......... Dr. Johnson ......... Dr. Lee ......................................... - ............. Dr. Treece ...............,,........,.......................... Dr. I. E. Treese, Arlington .......... Dr. VanBuren ............................................ Dr. L. J. Cooke ........................,.......... Economy Store ......... Ed's Garage .......,.. Elks Grill ............................. Elmer Runkle ...................... E. R. Beck and Son ......,...... E. S. Krauss and son ........,.. - .................... ....,....... Esther Gemberling ........... - .............,................, ............ Evans and Vincent Typewriter Co. ........ ........... . E. Warfel and Son ...,..............................,......... .....,...... Farm Bureau .......,................................................. ............ 4 8 Findlay Coffee Shop ............. Findlay College ........,................ Fndlay Hardware Co. ....., . Findlay Ice and Fuel ..............,.................. ............ 4 4 Findlay Implement Co. .................................... ............ 4 2 Findlay Typewriter and Exchange ........ ......,..... 5 5 Flox's ................. - ................ - .............................................. ............ 6 3 Gemberling Meat Market .,...................... ............ 5 9 G. F. Burnap .................................... 61 George Egbert ..... - .............. Goodsell Bros. ........................... . Great Lakes Sugar Co. ..... . G. R. Thompson .,.................... f0"'W Hancock Brick Kr Tile ........... - H. B. Keller ....................... - ...... Harris Theatre .................... Hari-y's Drug Store ....,... H. D. Grube ...............,.......... Heidelberg College ........... Henderson Recreation ....... Hendricks Bros. ................ . Herf-Jones ........... - ................,..,.... Hi-Hat ........,............................................. Hoadleyls Rug Cleaners ..,,. - .... Hoyt-Torbet Co ..........,. - ................. Hughes Dry Cleaners ................. Isalys ...............,.............,.................,............., J. C. Hochstettler and Sons J. F. Dlble ...,........................................... J. J. Newberry KL Co. ................ . Kalamazoo .........,.....,. . ....... Kanel's ................. - ................. Kessel's .....,................................... Kirk's Milling Co. ............... . Kroger Dry Cleaners ....... Lanning Motor Sales .,... - L. C. Dipert ............................. Lester Thomas ............... Long's Bakery ........... - .......... -... Lynn Lyon .................................. - ........... L. 8a W. Sandwich Shop ........... Marion Herman ........... - ................... McCormick-Deering-Findlay McCormick-Deering, Bame-Arlington Mediock Jeweler ................................ Modern Shoe Repair .......,......... -. Mullholland Implement Co. Naeyaert Poultry ......,...................... National Lime and Stone ..... New York Central ........... - .......... Oak Pharmacy ..... - ........................... Ohio Oil Co. ........... Paul Kruppe ..................... People's Shoe Store ................... People's Bank ...................................... Pure Milk and Dairy Co. ....... . Ray's Bakery ...,......................... - ...... R. B. Steen .......................,.......... Russell Herman .................... Sinclair Refining Co. ...... . Sink's Greenhouses ,..........., Snyder Lumber Co. ........... - ..... . S 8z S Drug Store ........................ Tarbox-McCall Stone Co. .... . Tasty Taters ..... - .....................,.....,,. The Dress Shop ..,..................,. - Theis Furniture Store ............. Tiffin University ..... - ............. Turner-Fenstermaker ................. Uhlmans .............................................,. - .... Vanlue Grain :Sz Supply Co. V. H. Huston ...................................... W. G. Coldren ....................... - .......... Wharton Hardware ....................... Wyandot Co. Farm Bureau Zierolf's ......... ..........................,...,,.....,.... HOADLEY'S RUG AND C""'P'ime"tS of CLEANING CO. New Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum and Rug Cleaning 3210 N. Main Phone Main 100 131 N. Cory st. Findlay, ohio Findlay, Ohio LESTER THOMAS Diamonds Watches .. Silverware Findlay, ohio nga! Mahal! Great Lakes Sugar Co. Findlay, Ohio THE ECONOMY STORE HENDRICKS BROS. CAREY, OHIO Dealers in Department Store Hay, Straw and Wool Quality Merchandise at Popul P Res. oneg Ph 73V l 29 C Y T. C. Myers, Mgr. Off' Pl e-50 Car y FINDLAY IMPLEMENT COMPANY MASSEY HARRIS FARM MACHINERY JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT DUNHAM-ROSENTHAL SEPARATORS AND MILKERS SALES - - SERVICE Phone 598 461 E. Main Cross Street Findlay, Ohio Compliments of Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY CO. 5-10-25c Store DAIRY PRODUCTS Opposite Court House Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Sam O.: May I stay home tomorrow, J. C. Ohl: Ah yes Y grandmother, I p pose. 8 Sana .Exactly, '. Sh ' making h fi t para J mp. ' 41 -. Miss Tin man: Are those freshly I d gg - - taglaiter: Id t know Ma'am, I justl d th FERTILIZER - COAL ' N t ll bout it. Why did y t l ' th p Y h I t deceive you. I wa ll d th ght th h g ould d me good. 428 W. Main Cross Street 4 ' Mr. Monson: Will yo l d y d tonight? Neighbor: With ple re you going to Findlay, ohio Phone Main 172 have a Daffy? . . M . M : N Wharton, Ohio Phone Main 79 Sleelfg onson I t want to get some I g forty-two I3ish rothors "Hicks School Bus Bodies" 280 South Main Street Bowling Green, Ohio Compliments of Compliments of Lqnning DR. TREECE Motor Scales Carey, Ohio Carey, Ohio M. J. HERMAN Agent for THE BEACON MUTUAL INDEMNITY Co. DEALERS Auto - Truck - Cargo Insurance "Get a Car with Style" an ue, Ohio Page fifty-two V l Wyandot County Farm Bureau Co-Op. Ass'n., Inc. For All Farm Supplies and Electrical Appliances Service Plus Quality Products Phone 53 Carey, Ohio PEOPLE'S Findlay's Largest Family Shoe Store Walter Reichert, Manager Compliments of ED'S GARAGE Your Pontiac Dealer Carey, Ohio KESSEL'S Findlay, Ohio Findlay's Largest Selection of Coats - Dresses - Furs At Prices You Like to Pay A FRESHIE'S PRAYER "I want to be a Senior, and with the Seniors stand With a. fountain pen behind my ear and a note- book in my hand, I wouldn't be a. president, I would not be a king, I wouldn't be an emperor for all that wealth can bring, I wouldn't be an angel, for 'angels have to singg I would rather be a senior, and never do a thing." ik ik ik bk If you don't like these jokes and their dry- ness makes you groan, You should have strolled round occasionally With some good ones of your own. 44 Sk if I used to think I knew But now I must confess, The more I know I know I know, I know the less. THE CAREY TIMES carries your community news Personal Boxed Stationery A Specialty D R. E. J. H A L L Veterinarian Res. 491 Office 491 Findlay, Ohio Page fifty one DRINK UNITED CIGARS and QCA DLA WHELAN DRUGS AGENCY IN BOTTLES OAK PHARMACY DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING 218 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio PNEYEUR 55,6 Compliments of S f S ff Af, +2 CRAWFORD NED E ACH F I N A N C E L. J. C O O K E SQUARE DEAL QPTQMETRIST Roy D. Phillians 331 S. Main St. Niles Bldg. Hndlay, ohio Manager Findlay' Ohio Value First Clothes K R O G E R Exclusive at Z I E R O L F ' S Findlay's Leading Men's and Boys' Store Findlay, Ohio DRY CLEANERS 131 W. Main Cross St. Free Delivery Phone 31 WE OPERATE OUR OWN 'CLEANING PLANT Rug Cleaning Mgr. E. D. Bogart Compliments of RAY'S BAKERY Phone 113 Findlay, Ohio Page fifty When In Findlay Meet and Eat At L 8. W SANDWICH SHOP Compliments of Compliments of SINCLAIR Quality Home Furnishings REFINING CO. GEORGE EGBERT J. N. Bishop, Agent 404 E. Sandusky St. Findlay, Ohio , mm THE ZETNA LIFE C0mPl1mentS Of INSURANCE COMPANY if THE .ZETNA CASUALTY 5 AND SURETY COMPANY THE STANDARD FIRE .M-.X INSURANCE COMPANY S bl f THE AUTOMOBILE ym 0, 0 INSURANCE COMPANY 6 Security of HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Distributors of Dependable Insurance for Clover Farm Practically Every Need Groceries Davenport Insurance Agency Good Goods at Low Prices Fidelity and Surety Bonds , 307 Ewing Bldg. Phone 442 Patronlze Your Home Stores A . . Findlay, Ohio For Over A Quarter of A Century The Burson Clothing Company has furnished clothing to the Northern and Western part of the county. Friendly Service and dependable quality have aided in the success of This Store through the years. This is a friendly invitation to make our store your headquarters while in Carey EARL RURSON CAREY, 0HIO RALPH KURTZ Page forty-nine QUALITY SERVICE Purchase Co-operatively Through Your Own Organization Hancock County Farm Bureau Co-Op Ass'n. PHONF 1517 FINDLAY, OHIO Compliments of W G. COLDREN FUNERAL HOME Phone 600 205 W. Sandusky Street Findlay, Ohio Compliments of Beistle 8: McClelland "Findlay's I'lIH'7L7:t'1L'I'l3 Home" EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE AND DLE TRICAL APPLIANCES 79 thM St FdlyOh 0 S M f Compliments of THE HANCOCK BRICK Sz TILE CO. Findlay, Ohio Phone 780 Compliments of Theis Furniture Exchange GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALERS Carey, Ohio Phone 118 Compliments of me NATIUNALO umps. sions co. MDNARCH FINISHING LIME MASONS HYDRATE FIBERED LIME BRICK MORTAR AGRICULTURAL HYDRATED LIME PLANTS AT CAREY - ARLINGTON - FINDLAY - MARION Mr. 0hl: "Did a y of yo f mily ever make Ja k D. "Say, tell me, why d b y 3- brilliant marriage? large watches and g' 'l mall one Mr. Hinkle: "O ly my wife." Mary E. R.: B b y lk t h big time." Knock ng d d 1 j t much is 3 evidence Ofl k f p t F d' N B.: "How does th f tball t m get ,,, l fter a game?" D abel: "Why, didnt y k w they ha A t ty t g .-Emerson ' b t am?" Page forty When You Crave Good Coffee ASK FOR HI-TEST Gifts For The Graduate Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware Roasted Fresh Daily by G. R. THOMPSON 8a SON FINDLAY COFFEE, TEA 608 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio AND SPICE CO, 2nd door south of Harris Theatre "Ask Your Grocer" Jewelers Since 1.9.95 Compliments of 4 O O O uqulat he MODERN SHOE REPAIR Dry Cleaning - Hat Blocking LYNN A. LYON Co. Shme Parlor 622-624 South Main Phone M-730 Complete Shoe Rebuilding Findlay, Ohio At Popular Prices Phone 1638 LONG'S BAKERY FINE QUALITY Bread and Pastries 231 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio "TASTY TATERS" POTATO CHIPS Ruth Cusac, Prop. Phone 291-W Findlay, Ohio Balm-Bw Watches E THE BLUFFTON MFG Co Diamonds , , , . 433 W. Main Cross St. Findlay, Ohio Silverware-Jewelry Typgwriters Manufacturers M E D L 0 C K Woman's Friend Washers Jeweler Findlay Automatic Stokers New Location Your Jeweler and 213 south Main Findlay, ohio Findlay Power Mowers P g forty-six THE PEOPLE'S J. F. D I B L E Carey, Ohio Plumbing - Heating Member Federal Deposit Insurance Frigidaire , Refrigeration Corporation 1 ROLL OF HONOR Bf1N'f" Phone 131 Carey, Ohio Compliments of FINDLAY COLLEGE "WE APPRECIATE OUR FRIENDS IN THE VANLUE DISTRICT C R A I G 9 S C A F E Philgas BPS Paints FINDLAY Home Cooking Sunday Dinners 1 HARDWARE LO. Special Club Breakfast Short Orders General Hardware - Housewares Unusual Foods ' Phone 1902 Findlay, Ohio 220 Main Findlay, ohio Page fort., j Compliments of THE TARBOX-MCCALL STONE CO. Manufacturers of THAI .,'. VN QVFEIF, Crushed Stone and Stone Sand 1 All Grades of Stone for Road and Cement Work Deliveries Made Anyplace in , H k Co t Findlay, Ohlo Mm un y Phone 171 852 Western Ave. N o. 75 Findlay, Ohio Make Your Shopping He adquarters at C. W. PATTERSGN Sz SCN READY-TO-WEAR DOMESTICS HOME FURNISHINGS ACCESSORIES BEDDING LUGGAGE MILLINERY CORSETS GIFTS COSMETICS INFANTS' WEAR LINGERIE C""'p'ime"tS of GOODSELL BROS., INC. THE FINDLAY Wholesale and Retail Wallpaper and Paint ICE 8: FUEL CO. forty-foufr Findlay, Ohio Compliments of TURNER- FENSTERMAKER SHOE CO. "Every Pair Checked by X-ray" Findlay, Ohio Compliments of E. M. WARFEL Sz SON JEWELERS Findlay, Ohio Compliments of KANEL'S Clothing 8L Furnishings for Young Men HARRIS THEATRE Findlay, Ohio "Best Entertainment in Findlay" INVALID COACH SERVICE Compliments of TELEPHONE MAIN -129 Russell E. Herman Funeral Home FINDLAY, OHIO Page forty-L Compliments of UHLMAN'S DEPT. STORE Findlay, Ohio Esther's Beauty Shop Gabrieleen Permanent Waves HAIRCUTTING, SHAMPOOING vaiiiue, ohio HUGHES DRY CLEANERS DR. C. C. PEARSON Findiafs Leading Cleaners Veterinarian Call Main 617-W 122 W. Front St. Phone 639 Findlay, Ohio Clarence Schlencher, Proprietor Donelson's We Appreciate Your Patronage N U-DA BRAND Cold and Fresh Meats DONELSON PACKING CO. Carey, Ohio HANCOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN Findlay, Ohio For Dependable Corn Hybrids Plant Ohio Certified Grown by E. S. KRAUSS 85 SON Findlay, Ohio-R. R. 2 Compliments of V. H. HUSTON Carey, Ohio Page fifty-th Compliments of THE KIRK MILLING COMPANY Findlay, Ohio J. G. B A M E Repairs I H C Service IMPLEMENTS Arlington, Ohio HARRY'S DRUG sToRE C0m,,,ime,,tS 0. In Business for Your Health Drugs - Wallpaper - Gifts D R. R. E. L E E CUT RATE Carey, Ohio Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Bread Rolls WHARTON HARDWARE A. R. Cra , 0 C. FOLTZ BAKERY me' Wm El t ' l E ' t Good Baked Products Meccnca, kigupnfen 'C 0l'IIllC ' eerlng Energy M3ChIHefy Cookies DOl'll1tS Traxler, Mgr. Always at Your Service Compliments of I. E. TREECE, M.D. Arlington, Ohio age fifty-foufr S I N K ' S F L O W E R S 404 Second Street Findlay, Ohio All Makes Typewriters Sold - Rented - Repaired Supplies - Adding Machines Terms Findlay Typewriter Exchange 108 West Front Street Tel.-478 R C. W. Oxley DAVIS POULTRY CO. Cash Buyers of POULTRY CREAM EGGS Arlington, Ohio Compliments of THE SNYDER LUMBER COMPANY CAREY VANLUE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES COAL PAINT Bill N.: "What do you mean by telling Mary that I'm a fool?" Avonellez "Heavens! I'm sorry, I didn't know that It was a secret." li if Sk Frenchman: "Oni-la-la, I enjoy ze shoe ball game so much! Italian: "You maka me laugh. Such a ignorance! Notta shoe ball . . . feet-ball." Whatever trouble Adam had No man in days of yore Could say, when he had told a joke, "I've heard that one before! Bk Miss Tinsman: "Robert, you may leave the room." Q Robert H.: "Well, I didn't expect to take it with me." Page fifty-five HERFF - IDNES CDMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry Graduation Announcements Medals - Cups - Trophies INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Jewelers to Vanlue High School Representative: R. J. Dicken Compliments of H. B. KELLER Cemetery Memorials 1907 Carey, Ohio 1942 MULLHOLAND IMP. CO. McCormick-Deering Farm Machines Farmall Tractors Phone 23 Carey, Ohio DR. HARRY HOSAFROS Veterinarian Carey, Ohio Compliments of BROADWAY LUNCH GooD SANDWICHES 113 B1'0adW3Y Findlay, Ohio KRUPP HARNESS SHOP HARNESS REPAIR AND OILING SHOES, BOOTS AND RUBBERS BURDSAL'S PAINTS DeLaval Separators South Vance St. Carey, Ohio fifty-six Compliments of I DR. H. K. VAN BUREN Carey, Ohio DEFEND YOUR HEALTH EAT AND ENJOY ICE CREAM THE WORLD'S FINEST Eoon Quality Brand Ice Cream "That good Kind" THE PURE MILK and DAIRY CO. Phone 66 Tiffin, Ohio X Handsome: Hi, Beautiul! What's y Am W phone number? Carol N.: Oh, it's in the book. J I Handsome: Swell. What's your name? V Carol N.: That's in the book, too! SF if Ik if Jackie M.: My, hasn't that cow got a lovely MOTOR TRUCKS coat! Farmer: Yes, it's a Jersey. Jackie S. I thought it was cow's skin. FARMALL TRACTORS Complete Service ik lk lk Ik Raymond T.: Will you marry me? Quality Farm Machines Jane S.: No, but I'll always remember your . d tl t I Repairs goo as e Til H4 wk Tom: What do you mean, that chicken is 905 Lima St. Phone 368 sick. with "shell shock"? B1lly: You see, she set on some eggs and Findlay, Ohio when they hatched, they were all ducks. Page fifty SUIT OR TOPCOAT Have it Tailored to Your Order Any Style You Like ELMER RUNKLE Phone 1776 708 Beech Ave. Findlay, Ohio When in Fostoria Trade at Cunningham's Cut-Rate Drug Store We Appreciate Your Business Opposite Hays Hotel Wall Paper - Patents Cosmetics THE AHLENIUS CO. The Dependable Store SCHOOL DAYS Are Eye-Strain Days Use Good Lighting Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear WH? i House Furnishings R A R ' A' C adlos Findlay, Ohio FOSt0I'la, 0l'll0 The City of Cheap Electricity Compliments of D R. J O H N S O N Carey, Ohio CAREY GREENHOUSES Cut Flowers and Potted Plants for All Occasions WE DELIVER Phone 19 Carey, Ohio New York Central R. R. FREIGHT Information On Passenger Service VANLUE, OHIO L. E. Offenbacher, Agent fifty-eight F A R M B U R E A U INSURANCE SERVICE Auto - Fire - Life R. B. Steen, Agent Phone 33W THE DRESS SHOP LADIES WEAR SMART INEXPENSIVE APPEALING 112 South Main Street Fostoria, Ohio GEMBERLINGS MEAT MARKET FOR HOME KILLED Quality Meats Custom Butchering Vanlue, Ohio ggi, That is, you will be a neighbor . . . soon. Soon you'll have your name over the business house next door... you'll be the fellow who drafts plans for skyscrapers . . . you'l1 be the salesman driving into our stations for gasoline. You won't be Young America then. You'Il be just plain America . . . doing your share to make this a place in which people have the right to bo neighborly. We're mighty glad to see you coming along, too. For it's you fand people like youj buying our gasolines and motor oils that keeps us going . . . keeps us in there where we can do our share to add to the neigh- borliness of these United States. THE OHIO OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED BILL'S ECONOMY STORE Furnishings, Shoes and Rubber Footwear QUALITY AT LOW PRICE Tiffin, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio THE KALAMAZOO STOVE, FURNACE CO. 116 Center St. Phone 1012 Findlay, Ohio RANGES - HEATERS FURNACES "We Repair All Makes of Stoves 8.x Furnaces" Page fifify-nir Page H. R. BEAMER A. E. BAKER B. 8: B. 0lL AND FUEL CUMPANY GASOLIN E KEROSENE MOTOR OILS GREASES FUEL OIL AND COAL An Independent Home Owned Company -105 WALNUT STREET FINDLAY, OHIO PHONE 1701 Compliments of L. C. DIPERT 81 S N Avonelle S.: Call yourself an editor and you Caller: Is your mother in" can't even change a ribbon in the typewriter! Donald W. I'll say she is! I'd never he Clifford R.: Can Paderewski tune a piano? shoveling this Walk if she Wasn't! 'lf PF PF X 14 'lf Pl- fl! Clerk: You'1l find most ladies like this lip- Ralph W.: How did your mother find out stick. you didn't take a bath? Mary N.: You couldn't tell me the kind men Bud P.: I forgot to Wet the soap! like, could you? sixty CAREY STYLE SHOP LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Mrs. Hilda Schira LET GRUBE FIX IT H. D. G R U B E JEWELER FINE REPAIRING HAND ENGRAVING NEW AND REBUILT WATCHES 325 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio COFFMAN ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Home Appliances Emergency Power and Lighting Equipment 105 S. Main Phone 1866W Findlay, Ohio Compliments of AL BASS CLOTHES Findlay, Ohio Complete Decorating Service Compliments of HENDERSON Chgd '5 RECREATION Findlay Paint 8z Glass Co. 'The Best in Bowlingv 1325 E. Crawford Phone 288 528 S. Main Findlay, Ohio Filldlak 0hi0 BURNAP'S CAREY CASH MARKET "WHITE FRONT" Fancy Groceries, Fruits and Provisions Gasoline and Oil Vanlue, Ohio Phone 79 We Sell Inspected Meats Only "Old style bologna a specialty" F. J. Ememie Pg ty CSuccessor in Name to Tiffin Business Universityl SALIENT FACTS PERTAINING TO TIFFIN UNIVERSITY OF INTEREST TO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 1. Member National Association Accredited Business Schoolsg Member American Association of Junior Colleges, Member North Central Association of Junior Collegesg Authorized to confer degrees on four year graduates. 2. Ten full time and two part time faculty members carrying A. B., B. B., M. A., C. l'. A., and LL. B. degrees. :L The institution maintains two literary societies, a literary and social hallg sororities with national connections, fraternities, a twenty-five piece orchestrag a mixed chorus, athletic teams, an archery club, a riding clubg bowling and swimming teams, social activities of every known collegiate type, weekly assembly and program, a commencement and degree conferring exercise, thus making the institution one of collegiate grade. 4. Special Departments: Accounting and business administrationg shorthand, typing, and office machinesg psychology and salesmanshipg English and public speakingg economics, banking and financeg industrial engineering. 5. The college employment department, the service of which is free to students and alumni members, places graduates from coast to coast. One young man or woman has been assisted in procuring employment at the rate of one, as an average, every forty-eight hours, or every other day. This rate of placement has maintained since May, 1933, a period of nine consecutive years. 6. This institution has majored in civil service, or government courses for twenty- two years. More than fifty have been placed with Uncle Sam in civil service positions at initial salaries of S1440 per annum, during the past few months. Civil service examinations are conducted in the college building by the federal government, for the benefit of T. U. students. WRITE FOR LIST OF 350 HAVING ACCEPTED POSITIONS SINCE JANUARY, 1940 AND COPY OF TIFFIN U. ILLUSTRATED CATALOG. TIFFIN UN VER ITY Compliments of C. 0. BEOK'S SERVICE STATIUN GAS - OIL BATTERIES WELDING GRIN DIN G Vanlue, Ohio Phone 36L Little Johnny very neat, Put some glue on teacher's sean: Teacher came and sat on that And sat and sat, and sat and sat. 41 If if X X No longer does her little lamb Run after her to Schoolg It's Mary and her roadster now, That's breaking every rule! Compliments of FLOX'S Upper Sandusky-Carey, O. WE GIVE HOLDEN RED STAMPS Valuable Premiums Given Absolutely Free Compliments of S. Sz S. DRUG STORE 319 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio It's Smart To Be Thrifty SHOP AT THE BOSTON STORE FINDLAY, OHIO The young man walked boldly up to the elder- ly woman whom he had mistaken for the prin- cipal of the finishing school. "May I see Miss Barker, please?" he asked. "May I ask who you are?" "Certainly, I am her brother." "Well, well! I'm glad to meet you. I'm her mother." HK If Sl' lk Mrs. Newcomer: How'd you get a black eye? Paul N.: I was protecting a little boy. Mrs. Newcomer: That was awfully good of you. Who was he? Paul: Me! if Sf ik ik Pat C.: Do you know how to drive a baby buggy? Clair O.: Sure. Tickle its feet! Page six ty- three CUT-RATE A p th d f d th d t th d f th GRCDCERY d I PP y EC g t 2 t k t T. Crawford f p d g d th t t N d th p I g g y . t k r f H t 1 Vanlue, Ohlo y g RIDE MORE MILES FOR YOUR MONEY BUY THE NEW COOPERS E AFETY GRIP CONSERVE RUBBER BUY BETTER TIRES GET EXTRA MILEAGE AND LOWER COST PER MILE SEE THIS TIRE TODAY COOPER SERVICE EVANS and VINCENT TYPEWRITER 00. TYPEWRITERS FOR, RENT EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 113 E. Sandusky Street Findlay, Ohio six' ty- fo zu' Compliments of Home-the place where we are treated the best and grumble most. HEIDELBERG " ' 'f ' Two-thirds of life is spent in hesitating, and the other third in repenting. 16 kk .. Let us never attempt to lighten care by , drowning reason HOYT-TORBET CO. blolhigfg-iiigidtlitiitfiJ1l'gieT1'ur'ileiie,c3TEg'e for a Sam B.: "Well, I'd better take 'em both. FINDLAYWS MQDERN I've no idea what she'll be tonight. HARDWARE-l-IOUSEWARE STORE is fl' if Sherwin-Williams Paint Repair Man: "Where is your radiator cap?" Calvin C.: "On the front end of the car, but 323 So. Main St. Main 678 dom can me .Gavin E. R. BECK 8g SON ALLIS-CHALMERS PURINA CHCJWS Vanlue, Ohio Phone 1-15 Page si.rty-five FOR HIGHEST PRICES PAID CALL ARTHUR NAEYAERT V lue, Ohio Pho 62 C pl t f Boles-Dcmclurancl Studios TIFFIN OHIO I We fqppaeciale Yfaafz. VIINLUE GRAIN 81 SUPPLY IISS'N Phone 21 Vanlu six ty-six ALUMNI 1931 Bertha QAdelspergerJ Gassman, McCutchenville Lois fBaylessJ Romick, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Evelyn 1BeardJ Beard, Findlay, Ohio Reva fBeardJ Rickle, Findlay, Ohio Jennie QBeckJ Kleopher, Carey, Ohio Frances QBeckj Shuck, Fndlay, Ohio Nathan Beck, Vanlue, Ohio Elaine QBrightJ Blackburn, Findlay, Ohio Eva QCasteelj Frulth, Fostoria, Ori Frances 1CratesJ Gray, Findlay, Ohio Stanford Crawford, Forest, Ohio Kenneth Dible, Carey, Ohio Rosemond QEsterlyJ Farvel, Deceased Thelma QFisherJ Wolfe, Findlay, Ohio Helen fHaggertyJ Falo, Ada, Ohio Laura Ellen 1HaggentyJ Bishop, Mt. Blanchard Martha QLeeJ Bright, Vanlue, Ohio Pauline QLeeJ Gamel, Carey, Ohio Reed Morehart, Carey, Ohio Ruth Oman, Findlay, Ohio Helen QPhi1lipsJ Evanbeck, Fostoria, Ohio Cecil Rader, Alvada, Ohio Dortha fShuckJ Hershey, Findlay, Ohio Janice Shuck, Piqua, Ohio Katheryn QThomasJ Rader, Detroit, Michigan Edna Thompson, Findlay, Ohio Walter Thompson, Findlay, Ohio Esther fTongJ Craft, Findlay, Ohio Gertrude lVan Horny Howard, Mt. Blanchard Charles Wagner, Findlay, Ohio Clark Wise, California 1932 Alice 1Arnettj Fruth, Alvada, Ohio Alice 1BeardQ Harris, Findlay, Ohio Amy QBeckJ Frulth, Alvada, Ohio Wilson Fruth, Alvada, Ohio Clyde Cardwell, Fostoria, Ohio Nina QCravensJ Kleisch, -aCrey, Ohio Charles Davis, Findlay, Ohio Maxine 1DavisJ Bish, Findlay, Ohio Neva QDeweyj Eiserman, Arcadia, Ohio Thelma QFarthingJ Shaffer, Vanlue, Ohio Carol Hughes, Vanlue, Ohio Deloss Loader, Vanlue, Ohio Ethel fhoyy Green, Findlay, Ohio Vedna 1MarshallJ W-alter, Carey, Ohio Harry Monday, Findlay, Ohio Harold Risner, Carey, Ohio Burnelle Robinson, Detroit, Michigan Martha lCaitzmanJ Beamer, Arcadia, Ohio Walter Smith, Nebraska Harry ,Wildus, Vanlue, Ohio Ruby fWoodwardJ Foltz, Arlington, Ohio 1933 , Clayton Beck, Army Camp Katheryn fBeckl Wise, Alvada, Ohio Betty fBurnapJ Heminger, Vanlue, Ohio Ellis Cardwell, Detroit, Michigan Frederika Wagner, Alvada, Ohio Alice Daniels, Vanlue, Ohio Ra.ph Dreisbach, Fostoria, Ohio Barbara Esterly, Fremont, Ohio Aileen fFarmerj Rangler, Vanlue, Ohio Troy Fisher, Cleveland, Ohio Glenn Fruth, Deshler, Ohio Richard Hall, Alvada, Ohio Doris Heck, Findlay, Ohio Delbert Heminger, Army Camp Helen fMarshallJ Walter, Carey, Ohio Nina lNewcomerJ King, Tiffin, Ohio Captain Risner, Albion, Michigan Reva Shull, Findlay, Ohio Donald Thomas, Fostoria, Ohio Dorotha Cfhompsonj Johns, Findlay, Ohio Ethel fThompsonD Hall, Alvada, Ohio Jerome Walters, Vanlue, Ohio 1934 Tom Arnett, Alvada, Ohio Derri.l Arnold, Vanlue, Ohio Leona QB-aylessj Crawford, Vanlue, Ohio Violet urnap, Toledo, Ohio Clarice CBeckj Risner, Vanlue, Ohio Ruth QBeckJ Wickhiser, Alvada, Ohio Rema 1Casteelj Bishop, Wharton, Ohio David Cole, Columbus, Ohio Theodore Crawford, Vanlue, Ohio Theodore Ewing, Findlay, Ohio Bernice fFisherJ Schofield, Marion, 'Ohio Elizabeth flieckathornj Grossban, Detroit, Mich. Dorcas Hendricks, Toledo, Ohio Beulah fHilel Crawford, Vanlue, Ohio John Kiser, Army Camp Ruth 1Knighltj Hoy, Findlay, Ohio Coleiiai CMarquetJ Romick, Findlay, Ohio John McCormick, Jr., Baltic, Ohio Samuel Newcomer, Carey, Ohio Jay Parker, Arcadio, Ohio Ray Parker, Arcadi-a, Ohio Welcome 'fPhillipsJ Moser, Wharton, Ohio Cloyce Rader, Fostoria, Ohio Esther fRangelerJ McCormick, Carey, Ohio Bernice Shuck, Toledo, Ohio Carol Thomas, Vanlue, Ohio Ray Van Horn, Allentown, Pennsylvania 1935 Mary C. 1AlspachJ Jolif, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Margaret Burnap, California Lester Beard, Alvada, Ohio Earl Brietigam, Vanlue, Ohio Ralph Cole, Jr., Findlay, Ohio Robert Cole, Alvada, Ohio Milford Crawford, Vanlue, Ohio Glen Dulgar, Findlay, Ohio Mary L. flloudenslagerj Jolif, Findlay, Ohio Clayton Oman, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Marguerite fOmanj Blymeyer, Findlay, Ohio Johnson Risner, Vanlue, Ohio Lester Roller, Alvada, Ohio Mary E. Saltzman, Tiffin, Ohio Elizabeth Shuck, Toledo, Ohio Robert Snuck, Columbus, Oho Martha Shull, Findlay, Ohio Alice fWarrenJ Meyers, North Baltimore, Ohio Raymond Wise, Findlay, Ohio' 1936 Evelyn Barger, Findlay, Ohio Isabel fCampbellj Fellabaum, Marion, Ohio Ray Lewis, Findlay, Ohio Lorine Oman, Haviland, Ohio Martha fPreslerJ Stout, Carey, Ohio Lorene CRadabaughJ Oman, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Iris Rangeler, Findlay, Ohio Robert Robinson, Findlay, Ohio Madeline CSaltzmanJ Beard, Alvada, Ohio Dean Thomas, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Page sixty-seven ALUMNI 1937 Esther Ellen fBeckj Hollister, Findlay, Ohio Kermit Casteel, Army Camp Richard Clark, Fndlay, Ohio Paulne Fry, Findlay, Ohio Reva Gamberling, Vanlue, Ohio Esther fKnightJ Galloway, Findlay, Ohio Donald Lee, Vanlue, Ohio Gertrude fLoaderJ Roller, Findlay, Ohio Clair McKee, Army Camp Robert Newcomer, Carey, Ohio Richard Nutter, Deceased Helen QPetermanJ Tong, Findlay, Ohio Harold Redick, Columbus, Oho Kenneth Richards, Carey, Oho Mary Lou Roberts, Findlay, Ohio Earl Roller, Findlay, Ohio Clara lRussell Monday, Findlayq, Ohio Joseph Saltzman, Alvada, Ohio Mary QSloanJ Miller, Findlay, Ohio Audra Thomas, Columbus, Ohio LeRoy Thompson, Findlay, Ohio Virginia Van Horn, Columbus, Ohio Willis Walters, Army Camp Jessie QWhitakerJ Risner, Ilvada, Ohio 1938 Justine Arnett, Kentucky Daunt Brinker, Findla, Ohio Betty QColeJ Stillberger, Findlay, Ohio Archie Cole, Army Camp David Cole, Alvada, Ohio Neil Cole, Army Camp Ralph Cravens, Columbus, Ohio Leo Dangler, Findlay, Ohio Twla QDeanj Stillberger, Vanlue, Ohio Harold Fry, Alvada, Ohio Thelma Gamberling, Vanlue, Ohio Marion Helfer, Carey, Ohio Helen fMartinj Schubert, Alv-ada, Ohio Doris lMi1lerJ Johns, Findlay, Ohio Jack Miller, Findlay, Ohio Mary Ann QMillerJ Cravens, Coumbus, Ohio Ruth lPrattJ King, Mississippi Donald Presler, California Ethel QRollerJ Woodward, Findlay, Ohio Anna Mae Rose, Republic, Ohio Margaret fSchmidty Lee, Vanlue, Ohio Lowel Shuck, Ada, Ohio Opal Starr, Alvada, Ohio Orpha fWiseJ Loader, Vanlue, Ohio 1939 Donald Hendricks, Bowling' Green, Ohio Lynn Stillberger, Alvada, Ohio Virginia Thomas, Worthington, Ohio Betty lBeardJ Presler, Carey, Ohio Mary Burnap, Vanlue, Ohio Leland Crawford, Vanlue, Ohio Clyde C1lPPl Columbus, Ohio John Dipert, Vanlue, Ohio Victor Dulgar, Findlay, Ohio Janet Dyer, Findlay, Ohio Mary George, Vanlue, Ohio Audrey lHendricksJ Winsinger, Carey, Ohio Richard lHendricks, Army Camp Page sixty-eight Foster Kauffman, Columbus, Ohio Verena Kauffman, Findlay, Ohio Ruth fKingj Sampson,Fin dlay, Ohio Ernest McCormick, Alvada, Ohio John Robinson, Alvada, Ohio Homer Roller, Tiffin, Ohio Milton Stillberger, Army Camp Helen QSullenbergerj Phillips, Alvada, Ohio Helen Qstonej Stevens, Sand Springs, Oklahoma LeotaQThoma sj Betts, Vanlue, Ohio Edwin Wise, Findlay, Ohio Marie Waltermire, Bowling, Ohio Mary Ann Stringfellow, Findlay, Ohio 1940 Grace Adelsperger, Alvada, Ohio Gerald Baughman, Wharton, Ohio Joseph Bechtel, Carey, Ohio Mary Ellen Bright, Toffin, Ohio June fBreitig'amjWise, Findlay, Ohio Kenneth Casteel, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Carlton Cole, Alvada, Ohio Mark Cole, Findlay, Ohio Betty Dean, Vanlue, Ohio Florence George, Findlay, Ohio Betty Kiser, Vanlue, Ohio Rebecca. Marshall, Manchester, Indiana Janet Miller, Findlay, Ohio Lloyd McKee, Fostoria, Ohio Floyd McKee, Fostoria, Ohio Nellie Oman, Findlay, Ohio John Oman, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Carolyn fPhillipsJ Peelor, Tiffin, Ohio Gerald Phillips, Alvada, Ohio Graydon Risner, Carey, Ohio Fred Roberts, Cincinnati, Ohio Margaret iSausser1 Beck, Vanlue, Ohio Betty Shull, Findlay, Ohio Della iVan Horny Baughman, Wharton, Ohio Mary Ellen Stillberger, Columbus, Ohio 1941 Betty fBeckJ Kieffer, Fostoria, Ohio Helen Beck, Findlay, Ohio Lawrence Bright, Findlay, Ohio Belva Crawford, Findlay, Ohio John Cole, Sandusky, Ohio Ruth fCuppj Hendricks, Vanlue, Ohio Ruth Ellen Dulgiar, Findlay, Ohio Florence Fry, Findlay, Ohio Doris Hendricks, Findlay, Ohio Juanita QHendricksJ Carr, Wayne, Ohio Juanita Hile, Bowling Green, Ohio Pauline Kauffman, Findlay, Ohio Robert King, Findlay, Ohio John Loudenslager, Vanlue, Ohio Bradie Marshall, Alvada, Ohio Dorth-a Parish, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Cosma Plotts, Findlay, Ohio Margaret Phillips, Fostoria, Ohio Robert Shuck, Mft. Blanchard, Ohio Virginia Shuck, Findlay, Ohio Bebe Thomas, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Donna Thomas, Alvada, Ohio Marjorie Thomas, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Reva 1ThompsonJ Stillberger, Carey, Ohio Luella Walter, Findlay, Ohio 1 ' E i. 1 6 1, 1 115 1 1 1s1' , V 1 ,J 1 L 1 5 5 1 1 1 1 J 1 E 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 K I 1 1 1 E 1 I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 5 1 I ! 5 I 1 1 1 1 my . .k W? -2: 4'+, '55 , 4 1 4.57-' - ..-,


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