Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)

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. ,V A-A 1946 ,J ..A,... ,.,,......- ......g ,...., k fum... , ,... 5' l FUREUIURD WHY .... ln this book we hope to present to you memories, not only ofthe Senior Class, but ofthe whole school. This year we've worked to make this a different and better yearbook-full of new ideas. Our school stands for the highest ideals in character, scholarship, original- ity, and initiative. This is our challenge for the youth of Today and Tomorrow. Alice Saltzman ' neuicnnon We dedicate this l946 Arcadian to World Peace and to the American Part in the Family of Nations. -Mary Nickelson ARCADIA CREAMERY Arcadia, Ohio Best Place To Sell Cream is A.- 4 Fl R C H D I Fl II 1946 U l Fonewonn ' WHY .... T ln this book we hope to present to you memories, not only ofthe Senior Class, but ofthe whole school. This year we've worked to make this a different and 4 better yearbook-full of new ideas. Our school stands for the highest ideals in character, scholarship, original- ity, and initiative. This is our challenge for the youth of Today and Tomorrow. Alice Saltzman DEDICHTIUII We dedicate this l946 Arcadian to World Peace and to the American Part in the Family of Nations. -Mary Nickelson ARCADIA CREAMERY Arcodio, Ohio Best Place To Sell Cream i . 2 FF 1 The Arcadia School building stands through the years as a typical American symbol of educational freedom and opportunity. All who are eligible may enter here to take advantage of what the school has to offer. Six of our Seniors leave this building this year after twelve years of effort with the coveted honor of being members of the Hancock County Chapter of the National Honor Society. They have qualified on the basis of excellency in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Let us hope that these people will, throughout their lives, represent the noblest achievements of human endeavor. SEATED: Juanita Knepper, Alan Kieffer, Irene Huffmcini' STANDING: Alice Saltzman, Mary Nickelson, Lucille Shaull rr..- E l l l l l l 2 . 5 ,, wi my Q '25 , 'iv ., K . 'H . , rf m12g:Q5ffs-if-K ,iii ' ' ""iFi'sf.2-Iw i: "'?'5 - ., - .,.,.,,sg5w,., , s,,b,i ,,T-W, .5 s , - wi "l, w .iv Axes, :v we 4 Y f, , - :..1,y-,W ,M.,:A.:cg isis i' 4fss. if'f5ffiiftl32ii L ' . fs sir '- sffisflif 'Q T iifir nr . ' ' ,1':,:, ,-1 'Ani 7 'big , Q ' ,' if gg' V gifs, K .L egg gg Mr. George Roth Vice-president THE BOHRD 0F EDUCHTIOII -Representatives of all of the people regardless of race, color, or creed. -Guardians of free educational opportunity for all children. -Co-workers with professional educators in im- proving schools and instructional methods, -Trustees of the wise investment of public funds in America's human resources. -Builders of a better America thru educational means. Mrs. Anna Snyder has served faithfully and well as the clerk of the Board of Education and as the office clerk at the school. Mr. Waldo Good has increased in effeciency and dependability during the past nine years. We Sen- iors hope that he stays for many more years. Mr. Wilbur Noel Mr. Clyde Pepple President Mrs. Anna Snyder Clerk Mr. William Hirchings Mr. Frank Saltzman Mr. Waldo Good Custodian I 1 FI-ICULTV F. -G , Mr. Kieffer graduated from Arcadia High School in l9l4. He attended Ohio University, Findlay College, and received his B. S. in Edu- cation degree from Ohio Northern University. He did graduate work at the University of Chicago and completed his formal education with the M. A. degree at The Ohio State University. He began his career in teaching in a one- room school near Arcadia. He taught in grades six, seven, and eight in Arcadia and also in the high school there. ln l924 he became superintendent of schools, the position he has held ever since. Teachers and students appreciate the cor- dial welcome his office offers in assisting in the solutions of their problems and the wisdom of the guidance received. J. C. Kieffer Superintendent Mr. Groth began his career in education by studying two years at Ohio Northern Univer- sity. From there he went to the little one room school house to teach elementary classes for four years. Next followed four years at Ar- cadia, in grades seven and eight. During a year's leave of absence he earned his B. S. in Education degree from The Ohio State Uni- versity at which institution he has done graduate study. For the past eight years he has taught in the high school. Teachers and pupils alike have found Mr. Groth's counsel just, considerate, and impartial. Charley Groth Principal Willis Bash B.S. in Agriculture The Ohio State University M.S. in Agriculture Michigan State College Vocational Agriculture Mrs. Edith Covert Bliss College Normal School Muskingum College Commercial .MO Charley Groth Ohio Northern University B.S. in Education The Ohio State University Graduate Study The Ohio State University Science, Mathematics John Kieffer B.S. in Education Ohio Northern University M.A, in Education The Ohio State University Democracy, Mathematics W? 13? in., is ,init gi 1224. sw -, .. ., .,., . . Miss Lenore Bowdle B,S. in Education Bowling Green State University Special Violin Study with Mr. Harley Holmes, Lima Ohio Music Mrs. Margaret Gatchell B.S. in Education The Ohio State University English, History, Geography . .ser- ,,,. ..,,,,,., ,gk , .ks i W . ,V .iw- ,H...emM , M W. .,.-as Mm, -f 'f styles: ., meme, i f 1,. ,.,,,v . V -'erm f - zen? ' ,fl--me .- .. . " 'iii flgvl ':.,afs,s-z. ww ---f . ' N3 X we 45 FL a P-' M 4 33 gs: Wi ' iii- f W fm 5 I 5 if L -E 53 ss we Lie! as " E 1 1- sk 6 3 VME Ae ' O 1-2155 V B.S. in Education versity Graduate Study Physical Educatio Michael Kynn A.B. in Education Findlay College of Wisconsin Mrs. Irene Cramer' B.S. in Education Bowling Green State Uni- versity Graduate Study Bowling Green State Uni- versity English, Dramatics -..Amy A-M.-ihg. -as-Al. , Mrs. Marjorie Harkness Bowling Green State Uni The Ohio State University Home Economics Hygiene 1 Graduate Study, University Physical Education History Mrs. Bonadine Cobb A.B. Wittenberg College Graduate Study, The Ohio State University Akron University and Miami University First Grade Diploma, Bowling Gree State University The Ohio Stat niv ity f Second Grade ,Q x Mrs. Ethel Amstutz Miss Ethel Cole Findlay College Bowing Green te U iv. Fourth Grade . I 'f 1 ' Miss Bessie Fox Diploma, Bowling Green State University Sixth Grade W' Mrs. Marjorie Moore Diploma, Bowling Green State University First Grade fo .O . ,iv 30 Mrs. Fereida Thorlo Diploma, Muskingum College Third Grade Miss Rosie Fox . Diploma, Bowling Green State University Fifth Grade Miss Opal Oman Th. B. Marion College lndiano A. B. Findlay College Religious Education O3 FQ-Qlgp f.. BEVERLY PARRISH General, Course Perrysburg High Sch F. H. A. Student Cou , 'l Music W Dramatics Class r DONNA SEMLER Vocational Course, F. H. A. Class Officer Music Dramatics Cheerleader 1 Annual Sta . EVELYN SNYDER Vocational Course Concession Manager Music ual Sta am i Class Officer CHARLES WYKOFF General Course Athletics Music Drama ' Red Cr i M..- ,,,-, . . ,-44.4. LIC S N A Pr parat ry sic Dramatics F. H. A. Annual Staff Clubs National Honor Society I Commercial C Music Dram tics Red ross Council LUCILLE L F. . An' Qismff tional Honor Society C ' 1 f Y f,,-+ve WILMA WOODRUFF Commercial Course Class -Officer Annual Staff Dramatics F, H. ,J Music K WW 0 ff. ,..s.,,c C CHARLOTTE ZEHENDER Commercial Course F. H1 A. Library Staff GLENN GRAHAM The United States Army September Back to school ,with a newly painted building. M-m-m-m-m-m-m beautiful. Cheerleading tryouts. Lucky winners, Donna, Sarah, and Jean. Out for fair. Oh, joy! ! ! Full week this time. Class meetings to- day. Yearly officers elected. Yeah, Democrats! ! ! We played at Vanlue, their favor l3-O. Good start. Class rings arrived. Let me see your ring? Stork visited the Groth residence. An- other boy. Oh, well, better luck next time. Football dance this evening. Won't it ever stop raining. October Freshman and Sophomore party. Watch out, Greenies. Senior pictures taken this evening. Adopted mascot, a cat, christened, Char- ley H-A-L Senior. Annual staff announced. Let's get busy. Arcadia entertains district F.H.A. girls. Queenie lthe dogi helps Mr. Groth with a chemistrylexperiment. No school. Teachers meeting. Happy day! ! l Senior proofs arrive. G-R-O-A-N. November Football squad went to Ohio State foot- ball game. Oh, Wilford ! ! ! Played Rawson and won. Ohio State hasn't got anything on us! P.T.A. Drama Class and Music Depart- ment presented the program.. Junior play. Swell! ! ! No School. Hunting season opens. Run, bunny, run? Thanksgiving. No school. Pass the bi- carbonate. December Advertising committee went to sell ads. high pressure salesmen? Teams chosen for annual sales. , Drama class presents the radio play, "For Mister Jim," at W.F.l.N. Class pictures arrive. Surprise! ! ! They weren't so bad. l9. Christmas program this evening. Choir rather short handed. Everyone has the flu. 20. Christmas vacation begins. 24. Miss Swarat changed her name to Mrs. Harkness. January, 1946 l. Happy New Year. Take it easy kids!!! 2. Aspirin! 3. Senior Class received a card fronfi Mag- dalene, but Mr. Groth receives letters. Could it really be??? 4. Played Mt. Cory here. 'We won at last, 30-27. 22. Seniors go to trial. That p-o-o-r little lady??? 23. Seniors were given a party by Mrs. Graham. Had lots of fun. 28. P. T. A. Tears and more tears, the come- dies didn't arrive. February 7. Group pictures. l guess they'll have to send Ramon away. l4. First session of tournament. Why don't the lights go out more often? l6. Arcadia played at tournament, but got cut out. 20. Seniors ordered commencement invita- tions, make up your rnind girls. 23. Senior class sold at tournament. Made quite a haul. March 8. Dramatics class and Sophomores present several one-act plays. They were O. K. ll. P. T. A. Good program. 22. Operetta, "The Waltz Drea.m," present- ed. Very good. 29. Sug has assembly, aided by 'Dramatics Class. April l2. Grade cards. We're heading into the home stretch. 19. Good Friday. No school. 22. Our last P. T. A. for this year. 26. Senior class play. Something new has been added. Very good, indeed! May lO. Junior-Senior Banquet at Elks. We had a swell time, Juniors. l2. Baccalaureate services. The Seniors really look dignified. l7. Commencement. We Made lt!!! So now we bid good-bye to good old R. K. D. NOLLER Er SNYDER " Ford Sales and Service ' Willard and Exide Batteries--General Repairing ,, Y.. . -.K-fe --f HIIIIUHL STHFF Posted in the halls and corridors of our school were signs reading, "Coming Soon." What was coming soon? Why of course, the Arcadia Annual. Through the cooperation and efforts of the annual staff and our adviser, Mr. Groth, we feel we have achieved a reasonable degree of success. With great joy, we are proud to present to our lower classmen and to our public, the i946 yearbook. Co-Editors ................................. ........ A lice Saltzman, Mary Nickelson Calendar ............... ........... Sarah Myers, Donna Semler Snapshot Editors ..... ......... I rene Huffman, Bonna Anderson Joke Editors ...,............ ....... K enneth Hamilton, Marilyn Moore Sports Editors .................. ..................... J ames Noel, Charles Cain Circulating Managers ................................ Charles Wykoff, Helen Heischman Advertising Managers ........................................ Alan Kieffer, Lucille Shaull Assistants ....,... Betty Corner, Alton Emerine, Helen Dillon, Wilma Woodruff, Evelyn Snyder Typists ...... ........ J oan Moyer, Eileen Bohn, Juanita Knepper CHhPMAN'S -- FOSTORIA'S LEADING JEWELERS Successors to Lowery and Chapman 'X, Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry 4,,,.f-G4 v.,.a.:.l Y .. , ff' 'M' --af FL Senior Class Play Enid Temple returns from New York to care for her grandfather and to run away from a love that would embitter him. ln a game with Lorry St. John she tempts the fates to show the face of her loved one. A face does appear, that of Blake Surdival whom Enid has renounced. Blake has returned to his old home in the garden next to Enid's. Then Enid tells him the story of the hatred between her grandfather and David Fathering and David's determination to bring her grandfather to l'LIII'I. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Alan Kieffer ,...,,,....,.... President Charles Cain ........ Vice-President Donna Semler .............. Secretary Sarah Myers ................ Treasurer Helen Marie Dillon ......,. Reporter MOTTO: Work Will Win COLORS: Blue and Silver OWER: Scarlet Carnation Hugh Pierce ...... ........... C harles Cain Enid Temple ,,... .......,. M ary Nickelson Lorry St. John ,..... ........ A lton Emerine Mary Owen ...... ....,...... S arah Myers Vicky .........,,..... .......,... .Donna Semler Blake Surdival ..... ..,,... K enneth Hamilton David Fothering ...... .....,........ A lan Kieffer Enid Merredith ....... .,....... M ary Nickelson Lloyd Owen ....... ...... C harles Wykoff Carmenita ..... ...... L ucille Shaull Narrator ...., ........ M arilyn Moore "ITIL THRU THE IIIGHT" I THE TROUT AND JACKSON COMPANY "Good Furniture Since l886" 508 South Main Street - Findlay, Ohio -- Ph. 4l4 -Emu-Q ---- E . 1, BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Cramer, Donna Semler, Helen Heischman, Evelyn Snyder, Ilene Metzger, Betty Corner, Beverly Parrish. MIDDLE ROW: Alan Kieffer, Mary Nickelson, Irene Huffman, Lucille Shaull, Wilma Woodruff, Marilyn Moore, Alice Saltzman, Juanita Knep- per. TOP ROW: Sarah Myers, Winfield Ziessler, Charles Wykoff, Charles Cain, Kenneth Hamilton, Bill Brookman, Aton Emer- ine, Helen Dillon. DRIIIIIIITICS On March 8, the dramatics class of Arcadia High School presented the one act plays Twisted Angles, a drama, Mother of the Bride, and Time For Everything, both comedies. The same evening the Sophomores presented the one act comedy Elmer and The Love-Bug. The proceeds from these plays will be used to improve our stage equipment. These plays not only provided an evening of entertainment but also aided our young people to develop poise and better speech habits. V Our director was Mrs. Cramer. The student director of the Sophomore play was Alan Kieffer. SEATED: Pot Huffman, Wilmetta Bruce, Marilyn Pepple, Bonnie Kieffer, Marilyn Mattox. STANDING: Laura Bow- man, Joe Ebersole, Dan Nickeson, Rayola Wisely, Clyde Strausbaugh, Wil- bur Stahl, Phyllis Cain. PITTSBURGH PAINT AND GLASS CO. Quality Paints, Glass and Picture Framing 222 South Main St., Findlay, Ohio I I 5 I. Bashful Sug? 2. Grow up, kids! I 3. Glamour plus! 4. Careful you'll fall! 5. Twelve years together. 6. Look this way! 7. Senior mascot, Charley H-A-L Sr. lBIackieJ 8. Ice cream girls. 9. Sr. Scholarship Team. IO. Pals for sure. II. Long, long ago. I2. Kings of the mound! I3. Dan Cupid himself! I4. Enter, Madam. I5. Sophomore boys. I6. Hold it boys. I7. Ain't they cute? I8. Our soldier! I9. Umm, Umm! I H. G. METZKER , Tile Drainage Contractor Registered Surveyor, No. 3391 Phone 2I9I-R 540 Center St. Findlay, Ohio II' U Il D E R C l H X S S III E II 17 L.1 T, . .J THIRD ROW: Bill Noel, Dale Mareches, Raymond Hitch- SITTING: Verna Steiner, Eleanor Damon, Ola Mae ings, Dale Fisher, Bill Hitchings, Winfield Ziessler. Stoner, Jean Lewis, Rita Keiffer, Marilyn Swanson, Dor- SECOND ROW: Mrs. Cramer, Advisor, Treva Dreisbach, othy Ebersole. Margaret Binger, Lois Edwards, Jean Wykotf, Shirley ABSENT:Charles Brandeberry, John Rader. Moyer, Lawrence Ward. Having chosen their class colors of blue and gold, their flower, the yellow rose, and motto, "Cooperation Means Success" during their Freshman year, the class of '47 is nearing its Senior year. On November I6 they presented their first dramatic production, "Lady Wake Up. "As a class they have participated whole-heartedly in music, athletics and other activities. Their Junior year had its climax when on May IO they entertained the Seniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet. J u CLASS OFFICERS n President Winfield Ziessler I Vice President Rita Keitfer 0 Secretary R Dorothy Ebersole Treasurer 5 Dale Dick Reporter Jean Lewis THE FRUTH HARDWARE CO. Established in Fostoria-wl907 "The House of Service" TOP ROW: Carl Graham, Duane Dipplehoffer, Dan SITTING: Donna Peters, Joan Mattox, Carolyn Guten- Nickelson, Kenneth Webb, Ramon Noel, Charles Fox, burg, Bonnie Lou Kieffer, Rayola Wisely, Carolyn Huff- Clyde Strausbaugh, Joe Ebersole, man, Mary Lou Kieffer, Pat Huffman, Joan Fox, James MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Kynn, Advisor, Tom Sauber, Marilyn Grossman. Pepple, Dorothy Filliator, Phyllis Cain, Wilmetta Bruce, ABSENT: Mildred Fox, Donna Fox, Donald Fox, Duane Martha Dalzell, Laura Bowman, Annabelle Marvin, Wil- Lieb, Junior Stall. bur Stahl. Last year as Freshmen we chose as our class motto, "Going Higher Toward Success", red and white carnation as our class flower, and white and blue as our class colors. As Sophomores we have taken another step, "Going Higher Toward Suc- cess" and have turned to more important things. We presented a one-act comedy, "Elmer and the Lovebug." We initiated the Freshmen, presented an Assembly Program, and spon- sored the annual "March of Dimes", all with satisfying success. CLASS OFFICERS President Marilyn Pepple Vice President Ramon Noel Secretary-Treasurer Phyllis Cain Reporter Donna Peters MEDLOCK, YOUR JEWELER - FINDLAY Considering Wedlock, See Medlock Many Gifts for Graduates - ZI3 South Main '1 I I I WJ TOP ROW: James Sauber, Leland Sholl, Bob Leck, Carl Sterling, Lucille Huffman, Bertha Fox, Joan Purkey, Steiner, Norman Dehnhoff, Harry Hocanson, Richard Bernice Barr, Mary Lou Hill, Vincent Grine. Garrett, Willford Bruce, Charles King. SEATED: Mary Rader, Nancy Smith, Ruth Street, Martha MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Harkness, advisor, Vernon Grine, Jane Slupe, Mary Ellen Buchanan, Pot Campbell, La Marita Sopher, Peggy Wells, Joanne McDowell, Jane Donna Myers, Patricia Minard, Doneta Corbin. The Freshman class started their high school career under the personal guidance of Mrs. Harkness. Next they ventured into their most important activity which was to select their class motto, color, and flower. They partici- pated in athletics, music, and several assembly programs, and were initiated into the F.H.A. and F.F.A. organizations. At their first party last fall at the school house, the Sophomores initiated them as a class into high school. F R CLASS OFFICERS E President Bernice Barr S Vice-Pres. Pat Campbell H Secretary m Marita Sopher ' Treasurer E Mary Lou I-nu n Sgt.-at-arms Richard Garrett Color-Green and Gold Flower-Yellow Rose Motto-"To Achieve Success" BILL'S ECONOMY STORE Tiffin Ohio and Fostoria, Ohio TOP ROW: lmogene Thomas, Rex Swanson, Harold Schroeder, Clarence Cain, Robert Powell, Stanley Strausbaugh, John Nau, LeRoy Desgrange, Don Martin, Eldon Fisher, Alvin Schubert, Marion Dick. SECOND ROW: Eugene Kinney, Carol Riter, Nor- ma Jean Binger, Betty Lou Stahl, Margaret Eber- sole, Mark Metzger, Herman Gutenberg, Robert FIRST ROW: James Bruce, Melvin Lenhart, Ray- mond Burns, Joe Sopher, Herbert Archibald. SECOND ROW: Margaret Fruth, Jo Ann Miller, Lucile Schroeder, Joe Diebly, Lloyd Monday, Douglas Good, Robert Painter, Marion Desgranges, Florella Bethal, Lavera Emerine, Carol Jean Brey- man. THIRD ROW: Kathryn Marvin, Marilyn Canter- bury, Mrs. Gatchell, Rex Cunningham, Norma King, Jack Huffman, Ralph Marvin, Arthur Shel- don, Marilyn Mattox, Marjorie Dillon, Dorla Ann Diebly, SEATED: Esther Ann Kieffer, Virginia Ziessler, Marilyn Burns, Marilyn Arnet, Ruth Ann Kieffer, Donna Wiseley, Beverly Clark, Gladys Rice, Patri- cia Lanning. Wolf, Doris Rader, Virginia Noel, Wayne Smith, William Hocanson, Thomas Wentworth, Alan Kraus, Neil Breyman, Ruthanna Rickner, Mary Ellen Wells, Frances Garret. FOURTH ROW: Loretta Rice, Patricia Spearman, Lelia Warren, Jeanette Jameson, Patricia Kam, Robert Dalzell, Emma Mae Sterling, Shirley Will- ford, Norma Jean Nye, Beverly Damon. 1 I I , SUNBEAM RESTAURANT V A All, Home Cooking F lll N. Main St. Fostoria, Ohio l 1 Zl id gL. BACK ROW: Shirley Cook, Kay McDonald, Viola Sterling, Virginia Beamer, Betty Fox, Elnora Kaye, Phyllis Fox, Doris Street, Alice Mae Dalzell, Clara Buchanan, Loretta Baxter. MIDDLE ROW: Miss Bessie Fox, Harold Grine, El- len Gassman, Kay Kieffer, LeAnn Graham, Donna June Damon, Sue Ann England, Shirley Sheldon, Marilyn Fetters, Donna Mae Eisenhauer, Judy Jacobs. FRONT ROW: Neil Weaver, Dean Kinney, Reid Hill, Jimmie Ward, Billy Fruth, Dick Clark, Duane Beamer, Jimmie Dillon, Hubert Steiner, Ronald Mattox, Carl Ziessler. ABSENT: Marian Peters. X BACK ROW: Miss Rosie Fox, Patricia Noel, Janet Boas, Rasilyn Street, Margaret Hinze, Carol Kuhn, thl n Mo er Shirle Rainey lnez Grine K0 ee v , Y , . SECOND ROW: Larry Myers, Richard Smith, Ron- old Shall, Carl Ramm, Roy Rise, James Warren, William Hamilton, Robert Good, Glen Saltzman. FRONT ROW: Mcrcele Bruce, Lanny Semler, Marilyn Plotts, Janet Ziessler, Patricia Moyer, Doris Nominee, Shirley Lenhart, Patty Emerine, Shirley Vitt, Norma Ritter, Maxine Dreisbach. ABSENT: Nila Schubert, Richard Kelley, Betty Miller, Shirlee Farrell, RElD'S SERVICE STATION Texaco Products 4 Tires and Battery Service Arcadia, Ohio Phone 245 BACK ROW: Miss Cole, John Fetters, Mary Ruth England, Barbara Cook, Lewis Campbell, Jimmie Blake, Ralph Brooks, Robert Deal, David Frazier, William Diebley, William Parmenter, Harold Nye. MIDDLE ROW: Hilda Grine, Richard Corbin, Robert Graham, LaVerne Snyder, Raymond Kuhn, Dale Kieffer, John Wise, William Robens, Arthur Guttenberg, Arlene Walsh, Carol Jean Reid. FRONT ROW: Ruth Ponn, Joyce Edwards, Mary Rader, Carole Lovins, Ernestine Rice, Virginia Moyer, Marilyn Karns, Merna Moyer, Kay Wood- ruff, Carolyn Clark, Carol Lee Keiffer, Mary Weaver, Mary Dicken, Bernard Kinney. ABSENT1 Nina Lewis, Jack Wolfe, Patricia Butler. BACK ROW1 Richard Kathrens, Vernon Rice, Thomas Bickel, Robert Noel, Glenn Ritter, Paul Thompson, Robert Hocanson, Jack Flick, Gerald Marvin, Larry Walsh, Robert Robens. THIRD ROW: Lloyd Thomas, David Veliquette, Elsi Hamilton, Rosann Lenhart, Ruthan Fisher, Barbara Sheldon, Gertrude Marvin, Lois Schroeder, SECOND ROW: Helen Nominee, Barbara Good, Jerry Knepper, Olivia Guerrero, Betty Fruth, Jane Welty, Nancy Fox, Beverly Korn, Patricia Buchan- an, Donna Bame, Rita Grine. FRONT ROW: Larry Guttenberg, Dale Dillon, David Corbin, Johnnie Diebley, Alan Ryman. ABSENT: Merle Lieb, Dorothy Freese, Patricia Meeker, Evelyn Miller, Wilma Wickman. Connie Pruitt, Donna Bethel D. D. CAIN "THE SUGAR BOWL"-ARCADIA PHONE I63 Service-Station and Restaurant i ' 24 . 1 BACK ROW: Mrs. Amstutz, Ruthanne Cain, Bar- bara Arnet, Norma Jean Holmes, Lester Fruth, Max Brooks, LaVerne Shaull, Marvin Boes, Norris Shine, Dean Kieffer, LeRoy Tilley, Lawrence Deal, Earl Marshall, THIRD ROW: Karl Burns, Barbara Jane Agnew, Sandra Stine, Mary Ann McDowel, Janet Wil- liams, Dorothy Parmenter, Carolyn Swanson, Jerry Clark, Hal Lovins, Buddy Woodruff. SECOND ROW: Patty Breyman, Marjorie Philpott, Dolores Campbell, Jane Van Driest, Max Nesler, Paula Fouts, James Nominee, Billy Armbrecht, Marleen Withrow, Darlene Brinkman, Billy Eiso- man, Sharyn Peters, Carol Noel, Emma Rice. FRONT ROW: Dale Barr, Norman Emerine, Larry Crates, Billy Pruitt, Jack Eisman, Richard Zeissler, Barry Cobb. BACK ROW: Patricia Reid, Howard Buchanan, Gene Snyder, Jimmy Hirchings, Phylis Moyer, Tom- my Miller, Bill Davis, Delbert Smith, Scott Philo, Lester Bowman, Junior Davis, Buddy Sauber, Alta Moyer. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Moore, Betty Minard, Mona Kay Bruce, Arlene Walter, Particio Eisman, Jean Mellot Betty Jane Bame, Patricia Binger, Frances Knepper, Nancy Hamilton, Annette Edwards, Shar- on Bethel, Audry Walsh, Roma Beamer, Mrs. Cobb. FRONT ROW: Danny Kuhlman, James Grine, Gary Roth, Arvid Weaver, David Cardwell, Carl Thomp- son, Bobby Karn, Billy Joe Good. ABSENT: Ellen Heinze, Joyce Ann Lieb, Rosalie Miller, Bobby Farrell, Robert Fox, David Dreisbach, Paul Hartley, Ralph Kelley, Bonnie Minard, Rich- ard McDowell. ' For a Complete Line ot Footwear -1 G0 TO THE VICTORY SHOE SHOP l i3 N. Main St. Shoe Repairing'-24 hr. Service, Fostoria, Ohio vffaf' N W 1 L.g,, SEATED: Marilyn Pepple, Mrs. Harkness, Charles Cain STANDING: Marilyn Swanson, Joe Ebersole, Beverly Parish, Dale Fisher, Joan Purkey. STUIJEIIT COUllCll The Student Council was organized in Jan- uary of I945. Mrs. Harkness has been advisor and faculty representative of the organiza- tion since its inception. One boy and one girl from each class represent the student body. The Council presented an open forum assem- bly program Hin November and one in March on the purpose of the Council. Other con- structive activities of the Council add to the contributions of this group. JUIIIUR Plllll "Lady, Wake Up!" is a farce-comedy in which Danny Duncan' is employed by a well- known dealer. l-le brings home some papers for his wife, Faye, to keep until his boss calls for them. Meanwhile Faye is hypnotized by a fortune-teller at a party of friends and she cannot remember where the papers are when Danny asks for them. With the help of a friend the play comes to an end with a surpris- ing twist. SEATED: Ola Mae Stoner, Rita Keiffer, Jean Lewis, Marilyn Swanson, Dorothy Ebersole. STANDING: Mrs. Cramer, Winfield Ziessler, William Noel, William Hitchings, Raymond Hitchings, Lawrence Ward, Jean Wykoff. MORRIS .05-SI STORE "Shop Morris First" Fostoria, Ohio 51.4 SITTING: Dorothy Filliator, Sarah Myers, Mrs. Cramer, Charlotte Zehender, Irene Huffman, Helen Marie Dillon. STANDING: Marilyn Pepple, Evelyn Snyder, Mary Lou Kieffer, Bonnie Lou Kieffer, Carolyn Huffman, Verna Steiner, Betty Corner, Lois Edwards, Margaret Binger. IIBRHRV STHFF This year several changes were made in the management and operation of the library. The staff appreciated the leadership of the new faculty librarian, Mrs. Cramer. The student staff was chosen at the beginning of the year. Staff meetings were held the first Friday of each month at which time suggestions were considered for making the library serve each student better. RED CROSS STRFF The Junior Red,Cross was reorganized this year under the supervision of Miss Bowdle. Upon the payment of any small fee, all the students became members, receiving member- ship cards and pins. They filled Christmas boxes for children in other countries during the winter. This spring they sent boxes for refugee children. SITTING1 Carl Graham, Raymond Hitchings, Charles Wykoff, Charles King, Robert Powell. SECOND ROW: Miss Bowdle, Ruth Ann Rickner, Paula Fouts, Neil Weaver, Marcelle Bruce, Louis Campbell, Gertrude Marvin, Gene Snyder, Joe Sopher. BACK ROW: Virginia Ziessler, Dorothy Filliator, Verna Steiner, Lucille Shaull, Peggy Wells. COLDREN FUNERAL HOME W. G. Coldren+Director-Phone 600 205 West Sandusky Street, Findlay, Ohio Z8 L..4, BACK ROW: Carl Graham, Norman Dehnhoff, Carl Steiner, Robert Leck, Kenneth Webb, Ramon Noel, Charles Fax, Tom Sauber, Clyde Strausbaugh. SECOND ROW: Vernon Grine, Jim Sauber, Duane Dipple- President .,... ...... A lton Emerine Treasurer ..... ........ J ohn Rader ..-.-.Dale Fisher .....-.James Noel Reporter ............ Vice President ..... Secretary .......... .............. B ill Noel Sentinol .................................. Lawrence Ward Advisor .................................. Mr, Willis Bash With the aid and advice of our advisor, Mr. F. President .... ....... L ucille Shaull Secretary ..... ....... D onna Semler Reporter ...... ....... P eggy Wells Color ................... ,........ R ed and White Vice President ,.,.. ....... D orothy Ebersole Treasurer ,...,,.,,,,. ,.,,.. D orothy Filliclfor Advisor ,,,,, ,,,.. ...... M r 5, Harkness Flower ,.,,, ,,,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R ed Rose Motto ,...,,....,.,...,,,..,..,, Toward New Horizons The Future Homemakers of America is-a hofer, Dick Garrett, Charles King, Harry Hocanson, Wil- ford Bruce, Wilbur Stall, Vincent Grine, Mr. Bash. FIRST ROW: William Brookrnan, Lawrence Ward, Jim Noel, Alton Emerine, Dale Mareches, Billy Noel, Dale Fisher, Jim Grossman, Bash, we came through a very successful year. Our officers attended the "Officers' Train- ing School" at Vanlue last September. We all benefitted by this course. We all worked to- gether to capture the first place trophy in the County Pest Hunt with a net total of 44,779 points. new organization of pupils studying home- making. This organization was founded June l l, l945. As an integral part of the program of home economics in the schools of America it offers opportunity for the further develop- ment of pupil initiative in planning and carry- ing out activities related to homemaking. Unfortunately we have no picture of the F. H. A. because of circumstances over which we have no control. IN FINDLAY IT'S . . . ZIEROLF'S Clothes Men Like For Dad and Lad Florsheim Shoes-Stein Bloch Suits-Dobbs Hats i X l A ' URCHESTRFI The orchestra is made up of twenty-one people from the sixth grade through the twelfth. It meets three days a week for rehearsal, although this year they did not meet the same period every practice, but met on a system of rotation of periods. The teachers and pupils cooperated very well on this set-up. There are many in the Orchestra who have played since they were in the sixth grade. lt is this group that has kept the Orchestra going. The Seniors who have played this long are Alton Emerine, Charles Wykoff, Mary Nickelson, Alan Kieffer, and Ilene Metzger. We hope the ones now in Orchestra will continue and that there will be new members. They have participated in Assembly, P. T. A., Farmers' Institute, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play and Commencement. A few of the selections they have played this year are: Finlandia ............................................................ .leon Sibelius Finale from Beethoven's Fifth Symphony ............ Arranged by Charles Woodhouse Stardust ............................. ........ H oagy Carmichal Serenade ............................... ....... S igmund Romberg Prayer "Hansel and GreteI" ................... E. Humperdinck Stouthearted Men ...................................... Sigmund Romberg The Orchestra was very ably conducted by Miss Bowdle. Compliments of STANDARD OIL DISTRIBUTORS Fostoria, Ohio - Phone 23l2 Q . ., 14. BACK ROW: Ola Mae Stoner, Evelyn Snyder, Pat Huff- man, Juanita Knepper, Beverly Parrish, Don Nickelson, Alan Kieffer, Rayola Wiseley, Marilyn Swanson, Martha Slupe, Wilmetta Bruce. Marilyn Moore. MIDDLE ROW: Miss Bowdle, Sarah Myers, Dorothy Filli- otor, Marilyn Pepple, Irene Huffman, Mary Lou Kieffer, Thelma Jean Lewis, Charles Wykoff, Jim Noel, Mary Nickelson, Ilene Metzger, Wilma Woodruff, Lucille Shaull, Jean Wykoff. FRONT ROW: Joan Mattox, Helen Heischman, Alice Saltzmon, Joan Purkey, Winfield Ziessler, Joe Ebersole, Alton Emerine, Laura Bowman, Annabelle Marvin, Peggy Wells, Donna Semler. CHOIR Our choir this year consists of a group of thirty-nine mixed voices taken from grades 9, IO, Il, IZ. They received forty choir robes last fall, thirty-nine for the members of the choir and one for the pianist. During the year the choir has taken part in programs such as P. T. A., Christmas program, Assembly, Baccalaureate Services and Farm- er's Institute. They also took part in the High School Operetta held in March. 1 It has been a very successful year of song very ably conducted by Miss Bowdle and oc- companied by the Pianist Jean Wykoff. An Operetta "A Waltz Dream" was given by the High School in March. The cast was as follows: ,......Alton Emerine .....lrene Huffman Maxmilian .......... Princess Helene .... Prince Rupert .,..,. Noel Lieutenant Niki ................ Alan Kieffer Kay Robinson ............ Thelma Jean Lewis Princess Matilda ...,.,,..... Laura Bowman Lieutenant Montschi .......,.. Charles Cain Louisa .....,...................... Marilyn Pepple Bertram Budgett ............ Charles Wykoff Count Lothar .....,........ Winfield Ziessler Count Sigismund ,.,....... Daniel Nickelson Fifi .....,............... ....... D ona Semler Annerl ...........,....,........... Alice Saltzman The cast was very ably supported by Choruses of Tourists, Soldiers, Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court, and Townspeople. NYE IMPLEMENT CO., INC McCormick-Deering Form Implements-Easy Washers Frigidaire Soles and Service-Fostoria, Ohio Sarah Myers, Irene Huffman, Ola Mae Stoner, Jean Lewis, Mary Nickelson, Patricia Huffman, Ilene Metzger, Lucille Shaull, Donna Semler, and Jean Wykoff, pianist. Like a bird giving its song to the wind, the ensemble sang "One Alone." For happiness and ioy, they brought you the "ltalian Street Song" For a story told in song, listen to "Three Little Maids." A tale of a girl's co- quetry is "My Johann." The ensemble ap- peared at Farmer's Institute, P.T.A. programs, and in Assembly. Our pianist is Jean Wykoff, our director, Miss Bowdle. This year a boy's ensemble, composed of boys from the senior choir, was organized. Their aim was to improve their ability in sight reading and harmonizing. They enjoyed sing- ing together spirituals, hymns and other secu- lar songs in four part harmony throughout the year. They appeared on several programs and in the operetta. Daniel Nickelson, Alan Kieffer, Joe Ebersole, Winfield Ziessler, Alton Emerine, Charles Wykoff, James Noel, and Miss Bowdle, director. LONG'S BAKERY--231 SOUTH MAIN, FINDLAY, OHIO The Best in Baked Goods Fine Quality Breads and Pastries TOP: Pat Campbell, Dorothy Filliator, Marilyn Swanson, Mary Lou Kieffer, Rayola Wiseley, Carolyn Huffman, Bonnie Kieffer, Lucille Huffman, Elea- nor Damon. . MIDDLE: Miss Bowdle, director LaDonna Myers, Joan Purkey, Marilyn Pepple, Pat Huffman, Bertha GIRL? GLEE CLUB We wish to thank the Girls Glee Club for their ,cooperation in school activities. They presented an assembly program in February, appeared at the Farmer' Institute, helped to produce the F Operetta and to present the Christmas program. This club is open to all in high school. Fox, Carolyn Guttenburg, Martha Slupe, Annabelle Marvin, Laura Bowman, Jean Wykoff. SEATED: Donna Peters, Joan Mattox, Pat Minard, Joanne McDowell, Mary Buchanan, Wilmetta Bruce, Marita Sopher, Ruth Street, Peggy Wells, pianist. STRING EHSEMBLE With the violins as the soprano and alto, and the 'cellos as the tenor and bass, this group played with the balance ofa vocal quar- tette. At the Christmas program, Farmers' ln- stitute and assembly programs, their perform- ances were enjoyed. VIOLINS: Mory Nickelson, Jean Lewis. 'CELLOS: Beverly Clark, Alan Kieffer. THE DRESS SHOP "Exclusive but not Expensive" Fostoria, Ohio SEATED: Joe Diebley, Kathryn Marvin, Lucille Schroeder, Douglas Good, Frances Garrett, Ralph Marvin, Alvin Schubert, Mary Ellen Wells, Ray- mond Burns, Robert Painter, Ruthanna Rickner. SECOND ROW: Miss Bowdle, Darla Ann Diebley, Marjorie Dillon, Margaret Fruth, Norma Jean Nye, Virginia Ziessler, Marilyn Arnet, Patricia Lan- ning, Esther Ann Kieffer, Beverly Damon, Margaret Ebersole. THlRD ROW: Jack Huffman, Carol Jean Brey- man, Virginia Noel, Beverly Clark, Donna Wiseley, Harold Schroeder, Robert Powell, Rex Swanson, John Nau, Leila Warren, Jeanette Jameson. Jlllll0R llllll ElElllEll1'HRll CHORUSES The Junior Chorus consists of selected voices from the seventh and eighth grades. lt enables students of the Junior High School age to further their choral training and to make them eligible to the Senior Choir. STANDING: Miss Bowdle, Ronald Sholl, James Warren, Duane Beamer, Virginia Beamer, Kay MacDonald, Shirley Cook, Richard Clark, Lee Ann Graham, Ellen Gassman, Jimmie Dillon. The Elementary Chorus is composed on the selection basis. Children from the fourth fifth, and sixth grades are eligible, and have proved their ability on various occasions. SITTING: Lanny Semler, Donna Eisenhauer, Janet Ziessler, Janet Boes, Sue England, Donna June Damon, Loretta Baxter, Judy Jacobs, Patricia Noel, Marilyn Plotts, Marcelle Bruce. Everybody Reads THE REPUBLICAN COURIER 308 Broadway Findlay, Ohio L LL il N' 1 ,. - 4 - l l P 'l l TOP ROW: Mr. Kynn, Wilbur Stahl, Junior Stall, Donald BOTTOM ROW: Jim Sauber, Clyde Strausbaugh, Win- Fox, Harry Hocanson, Dale Fisher, Tom Sauber, Ramon field Ziessler, John Rader, Alan Kieffer, Kenneth Ham- Noel, Dan Nickelson, Charles Fox, Bill Noel, Dale Dick, iltan, Alton Emerine, Jim Noel, Dale Mareches, Raymond Robert Leck, Wilford Bruce, Charles Wykoff, manager. Hitchings, Bill l-litchings. FO0TBllll . Starting the season with six letter men we ventured to Vanlue only to - get turned back l3-O. The next week Arcadia played Van Buren at Arcadia. lt was a very hard fought game in which the first SO minutes was scoreless. Van Buren made a touchdown in the last few minutes to win 6-O. McComb invaded Arcadia and took home a score of l9-l2. Arcadia played Mt. Cory but due to climatic conditions we ended on the wrong side of the score which was l9-O. The first game played under lights in Arcadia's history was played at Elida. Elida won 77-O. Elida won state honors in football. We played the highly favored Arlington under lights the following week, but came out on the short end 20-O. On our own field we played Liberty who were county champs. They whip- ped us 32-O. Arcadia entertained Mt. Blanchard in a rough and tough battle which ended in a score, l9-O, their favor. Arcadia played the last game of the season at Rawson in which the Ar- cadiahs brought home a l5-6 victory. J The Seniors who saw the last action in high school were: Alton Emerine, Kenneth Hamilton co-captains, Alan Kieffer, James Noel, Charles Cain. FOSTORIA SHEET METAL COMPANY l2l E. Tiffin St. -- Fostoria - Ph. 3l76 Lis so s .gs -g Qw been here. 13. Young and innocent. 14. Step lively, boys. 15. Steady? ? l l 16. Peek 'a boo. 17. Country-gentlemen? 18. On- comers. 19. .lust restin'. 2O. Hi teacher. 21. Hello Windy, 22. Quite a crowd! 23. The Terrible Three. 24. Aunt and Niece. 1. Gonna' dance girls? ? 2. Who you think- in' ot? ? P3. Don't be so juvenile. 4. Hi, Honeyl l 5, Thinkin' fellows??? 6. Big cheese. 7. Smile now girls. 8. Windy--isn't it? ?'9. Hubba-Hubba. 10. Miss to Mrs. 11. They're either too young- 12. Eleanor's DE KALB HYBRID The Greatest Yielder - The Largest Seller C. L. Mergenthaler, Dealer , ,X 37 l A Corolyn H.-"What's the definition of a wedding ring?" Pat I-I.-"I dunno." Carolyn-"It's a matrimonial tourniquet. It stops circulation." Mary N.-"I want to buy some grapes for my sick brother. Do you know if any poison has been sprayed on these?" Grocer-"No, mam you'll have to get that at the druggists." Mrs. Gatchel...f,Marilyn you mustn't laugh out loud in the classroom." Marilyn Pepple-"I didn't mean to do it, I was smiling at Clyde and it broke." On discovering a queer smell in the library the other day we investigated and found it to be the dead silence Mrs. Cramer keeps there. 21121121142 Beggar-"Have you got enough for a cup of coffee?" ' Dick Garret--"l'll manage, thanks." ?'F?'-iii Peggy-"Oh, Wilber, you are so slow." Wilber-"l'm afraid I don't grasp you." Peggy-"Yes, that's just it." - Dan N.-"Why don't you like girls, Louie?" Louie-"Because they're too biased." Dan-"Biased?" Louie-"Yes, every time I go out with them, it's 'bias that' or 'bias something else', until I'm plumb broke." ,.. ... .., J. .,. ., .,, .,. Marilyn Swanson-"I can't stand kissing on the screen. Dorthy E.-"Well, now I never tried it that way, Jim never was that anxious to kiss me that he couldn't open the' door first." 54 fi -'51 252 Charles Cain-lPoetic loverl "Just one kiss, Love makes the world go around." Betty C.-"So does a smash on the jaw." Bill B.--"Let me kiss you good night." Wilma W.-"I'm sorry but I'm saving my kisses," Bill-"Then let me add one to your col- leCtion." Alan K.-"That man in that store wears false teeth." Beverly P.-"How do you know?" Alan-"It all came out in the conversa- tion." Ikflfiifi Lawrence Ward-"Your girl's spoiled isn't she." Bill Noel-"No, it's just the perfume she's wearing." 75222122251 Mr. Groth-"What happens when a body is completely immersed in water?" Dale M.-"The telephone rings." 3131523 Evelyn S.-"Have you ever come across a man who, at the slightest touch, caused you to thrill and tremble in every fiber of your being?" Sarah M.--"Yes, the dentist." 23632431 Donna Peters-"I maintain that love making is just the same as it always was." Phylis Cain-"How do you know?" Donna-"I just . read about a Greek maiden who sat and listened to a lyre all night." Mr. Kieffer--iln 7th grade math classi. "Now watch the blackboard while I run th h 't ' ." roiiq i again MH Alton E.-"That Moore girl doesn't seem to be very intelligent." Charles B.-"No, she didn't pay any at- tention to me either." if if Sk lil Mr. Groth - "You can't sleep in my class!" Bill B. - "If you didn't talk so loud I Could." M at t Jim Sauber--"May I kiss your hand?" Donna Semler-"What's the matter, is my mouth sticky?" 2321221222 Gerald-"Darling, as I kissed you, then love was born." Helen Marie-"That's fine dear, but wipe that birthmark off your lips. J, ... ... ... ,,. .,. ,,. .,. ' Mrs. Harkness--"Why were you late this morning?" Imogene Butler-"There are eight of us in the house and the alarm was set for seven." BROADWAY SANDWICH SHOP Bring Your Friend in for cz Good Hamburger 233 Broadway, Findlay, Ohio l l. Who you shootin' P P ? 2. Cops and robber, 3. So shy. 4. Recess time. 5. Pals, sure thing. 6. Triplets? ?? 7. Junior Play. 8. Captains and Coach. 9. Sixth grade girls. lO. Shepherdess and her sheep. ll l. Arcadia vs. Liberty. l2. Stepping into the limelight. F. G. FIELDING Clover Farm Store Arcadia, Ohio .N ,.4....... ... 'il 39 aan-if L-.S CLIISS HISTOIW Early in September l942, we began the first year of our high school career. With great courage and ambition we entered with the idea of gaining full knowledge and edu- cation. But in our minds we did not fully realize the-value of the course which we were to begin. The officers who assisted us through this year of learning were-Presi- dent, Alan Kieffer, Vice President, Mary Nickelson, Secretary, Wilma Woodruff, Treasurer, Charles Brandeberry. With a firm resolution and self-determination we successfully concluded our Freshman year of high school. ln l943, we returned with even a greater hope of securing a greater knowledge. We began to realize the true value of the course which we were faithfully following. We worked egrnestly and diligently through this year to accomplish a consid- erable amount of work and to obtain a high position as reliable students of Arcadia Fligh School. While Sophomores we pub- lished a high school paper which proved to be of great interest to everyone. By the end of this year, with the help of our officers- President, Orville Cook, Vice President, Wilma Woodruff, Secretary, Sarah Myers, Treasurer, Evelyn Snyder, we had reached the half-way point of our high school career. We were determined to continue in our course, and we did. Then, our third year of high school, was difticult but interesting. Our schedule was fully occupied with different activities. Through much careful planning and coop- eration we successfully entertained the Seniors at the banquet which was held at the Elks in Findlay. ln December, we pre- sented the comedy play "Brother Goose," which was very successful and favorable to everyone. The officers of this year were President, Mary Nickelson, Vice President, Alan Kieffer, Secretary, Donna Semler, Treasurer, Sarah Myers, and Reporter, Helen Marie Dillon. During our final year we were able to present the play entitled, "All Thru The Night." Many of the class took responsible parts in the Operetta, entitled "Waltz Dream." This year, also, our class published an annual, the "Arcadian." This, our final year, was successfully ended through the assistance and cooperation of our officers -President, Alan Kieffer, Vice President, Charles Cain, Secretary, Donna Semler, Treasurer, Sarah Myers, and Reporter, Helen Marie Dillon. Several of our mem- bers have proved that our high school train- ing has done much for us by winning schol- arships and awards. We find that our lives have been well-lived, simple ones but our battle of knowledge is just begun. We have become intelligent, youthful citizens, ready to go forward in life, eager to do the work others have been doing, and to accomplish as much as possible, thus to better our world. Lucille Shaull ROSE HI-SPEED STATION Garage : Welding 1 Lubrication z Diner llOl' Tiffin Avenue Findlay, Ohio Phone 880 " A . A f7 'lu I. Home Sweet Home. 2. Watch for them in I2 years. 3. Look at 'de bird. 4, Sopho- more beauties. 5. Mutt 'n Jeff. 6. Co- editors of '46. 7. 6 A's in Algebra. 8. De boss' Secretary. 9. Our pal. lO. Aren't we Cute? ll. Class at work? ? l2. Giggling girls. I3. 3 Musketeers. 14. Champeen' Salesman. l5. Grin, Sir. l6. Look at the Cor. l7. Going home kids? l8. What you eatin'? ? l9. A talented teacher. ZO. What you wotchin'? ? Zl. Come, come boys. 22 De feet. 23. Bessie and her pals. 24. Good- bye old Arcadia. ig..., III IIPPIIECIIITIUII Through the friendly cooperation of the preceding and the following business concerns, the Arcadian has been made into a bigger and better book. We, therefore, wish to thank them and to recommend their services to you. AL BASS, CLOTHES ....... ALLEN'S DRESS SHOP ..A.... ARCADIA GREENHOUSE ,,.... BREDA'S-DRY CLEANERS ....... BUCKEYE AUTO PARTS ....... CARR'S FURNITURE STORE .......... C. B. HOFFMAN BARBER SHOP ............. THE CHATTERBOX, CONFECTIONERY ...., CIVIC NIC NAC ......................,.............,... C. M. DURNWALD, GROCERY ...,.. COMMERCIAL PRESS .............., COPPUS CLOVER FARM STORE ...... C. W. BLAKE, GENERAL STORE . C. W. VANCE SERVICE STATION ..... D. E. KACHELE, BARBER .,...,.....,.. DICK'S FOUNDRY ........... EDlSON'S DRUG STORE .........,,....,...., FINDLAY HARDWARE COMPANY ........ FOOR'S RESTAURANT ..,..,,,..,......,.. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES .....,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, H. J. HARRINGTON SALES AND SERVICE .FINDLAY, .,FINDLAY, ARCADIA, ...,....FINDLAY, FOSTORIA, FOSTORIA, .ARCADIA, FOSTORIA, FOSTORIA, ALVADA, ....,..FOSTORIA FOSTORIA .ARCADIA .FINDLAY .FINDLAY .ARCADIA FOSTORIA .FINDLAY ..FINDLAY ..FINDLAY, UFINDLAY, I I I I OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO OHIO HOMERICK STUDIO ........ HOUSTON'S APIARY ..... 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