Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 54 of the 1948 volume:
We the members ot the class ot V948 have
chosen to dedicate thms edltuon of the Arcadaan
to our prnncupal Charley Groth Mr Groth as our
class sponsor and advlsor of the annual has de
voted much ot has time toward makung our class
actnvutnes a success May thus dedication be a syrn
bol of our sincere appreciation for his untlrlng
efforts an our behalf and for the posltlve lnfluence
We trust that the pages that Ile herein may serve
as a memory book for the students of this school lt
as presented wrth thus alm In vuew that regardless
ot how tar we may wander along the highways of
lute we may always be able to look down memory 5
golden lane and remannsce through the pages of
PHOTOGPAPHERS for the ARCMDIAN
P rtrauts a YOU luke fl'l0m
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he has exerted on the students of our school.
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The Arcadlan Annual Staff
In September the assustnng staff from the
Junnor Class was selected to and the Sensors
In the production of the annual This year
the new system which was flrst tried last
year was contlnued The Sensors took the
responsnbuluty of makmg the decisions re
angles of the book whlle the Junuors as
snsted In the discussions of these problems
and In the actual work
This system of collaboration has proved
to work out qulte successfully and through
the close cooperatuon of the two classes the
Sensors of next year wnll have ganned much
valuable experience In the production of the
annual A decided advantage IS the fact
that the work can get off to a more posutave
begunnmg earlner In the school year
To boost the annual sales teams known
by the names of name band leaders were
orgamzed from all the classes an hugh
school The team coached by Mr Blauvelt
won agaun thus year and was awarded a
drnner by the Sensors
The I948 Arcadnan us presented to the
public by the following staff
Mr Groth Mrs Suter
Pat Huffman Norman Dehnhoff
Ramon Noel Joan Purkey
Mary Lou Kueffer Peggy Wells
Marllyn Pepple Pat Campbell
Laura Bowman Luculle Huffman Dan
Nnckelson Manta Sopher Rayola Wlseley
Martha Slupe Ruth Street Joe Ebersole
Jum Wheland Phyllis Cam Charles Gaert
ner Wnlbur Stahl Charles Kmg Junior
Stahl Duck Freese Bonme Kleffer
Dorothy Fvllsater Burdeen Parmenter
Carolyn Guttenberg Mary Lou Hall
W llss J Hakes Inc The Dress Shop
Fc d Soles and Ser ce Exclus e but not Expensave
Fasto a Ohio Fosto ua Oho
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Q0VCll"'Q the Qeneml SQPUP and l?U5l"'e55 Carolyn Huffman Bernice Barr
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SECOND ROW Mr Robert Beamer Mr Frank Saltzman presrdent Mr Wnlbur Noel
IRST ROW Mr George Roth Mrs Dorotha Mengert Clerk M Cl
The Board of Educatlon
Much credit should be gnven to the members of our Board of Education
They are the ones who have made It possuble for our school to acquure nts
hugh ratung Their suhcere deslre to meet the educatlonal problems that
anse contributes much to the success of our school lufe
We know the Board together with our efflcnent clerk Dorofha Mengert
wall contmue to help to solve the school problems confrontung them with one
arm In mind to help not only the school but also the communuty
We the Seniors of l9-48 express our thanks to thus group of men who
have so wlllnngly rendered their servnces
Homer F Bean
Budget Plan Jeweler Flfldlfl Oh'
Faculty and Semors
J C Kieffer CharIeyE Groth
B S In Ed OhIo Northern Unlversuty B S In Ed Ohro State UnIversIty
M A OhIo State UnIversIty Graduate Work OhIo State UnIversIty
ln a span of thIrty one years of servuce In
our school, Mr KIeffer has contrIbuted much
beyond the "IIne of duty" as a teacher and
admInIstrator DurIng hIs twenty four years
as supermtendent, he has excelled In frIend
shIp, counsel, and educatIonal guIdance
All who know hum apprecIate hIm as a man
of most sIncere endeavor who has exerted
every effort to Improve our school HIs whole
some Influence on the lIfe of both the school
and communIty has made hIs a worthy record
BowlIng Green State UnIversIty
Our prIncIpal, Mr Groth, began hIs career
as a publIc school teacher In a one room
elementary school After receIvIng hIs degree,
he became Instructor In scIence and mathe
matIcs at Arcadaa HIgh School SINCE I944 he
has assumed addltlonal dutIes as prIncIpal
Through hIs sound advIce and counselIng
durIng hIs years of SBFVICG, he has greatly
aIded the progress of our school, and he has
achIeved a place of hugh regard among both
students and faculty
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Industrial Arts, Bowling
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FQ! ' A Graduate Study,
University of Michigan
Bowling Green State
History Political Science
Mrs Edith Covert
Bliss College Normal
Mrs Virginia McKinney
AB Findlay College
Fred W Mengert
BS in Agriculture
Ohio State University
Mrs. Mary L. Payne
B.E., University of Toledo
Ohio State University
Miss vlfglllld Pepple
in Ed Bowling Green
Mrs Irene Sharnmghouse
B S in Education
Bowling Green State
Graduate Study Bowling
Green State Umversit
Mrs Magdalene Suter
AB Bluffton College
Miss Bessie Fox
Diploma, Bowling Green
Miss Rosie Fox
Diploma Bowlang Green
Miss Ethel Cole
Bowling Green State
Mrs. Virginia Miller
Bowling Green State
Mrs Ethel Amstutz
Diploma Bowlung Green
Ohio State University
Mrs Marlene Moore
Dlploma Bowling Green
Mrs Helen Bradley
Bowlung Green State
Austen E Babcock
Basketball 3 4
Football 3 4
Clwolr 3 4
Class Play 3 4
Class Officer l 2 3
Annual Staff 3 4
rs Glee l
Gnrls Ensemble 3 4
Class Play 3 4
Student Councll 3 4
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Class Offrcer 2
Annual Staff 3 4
Glrls Glee 3
Class Play Z 3 4
Red Cross 3
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Class Play 3 4
Red Crass 4
Co lege Preparatory
s etball l 2 3
Football 2 3
Boys Ensemble l 2 3 4
Class Play 2 3 4
Student Cauncnl Z 3
Red Cross 3
Honor Soclety 4
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Clrls Ensemble 4
Class Play 3 4
Llbrarlan 2 3 4
Red Cross 2
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F otball l 2 3
G s Gleel 2
Orchestral 2 3
Orchestral 2 3
Class Play 2 3
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Class Otfucer 3
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Class Play 3 4
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I-lanar qoclefy 3 -I
Class Offucer 4
Annual Staff 3
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Cla s Play 2
Bonnle Lou Kleffer
Annual Staff 4
Class Play 2
Red Cross 4
Mary Lou Kieffer
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Grrls Ensemble 3 -I
I9' a-s Pay 3,
17' I rarran 4
Honor Society 3
Class Officer 3
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Clas Pay 2 4
Basketball I 2
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C ass Play 2 3
Class Ottucer 2
Annual Staff 3 4
F otball l 2 3 4
Class Play 2 3
Honor Socuety 3 4
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Gurls Ensemble 3 4
Orchestral 2 3 4
Class Play 2 3 4
Student Councnl l 2
Lubraruanl 2 3
Honor Soclety 3 4
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Class Play 2
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Football P 3
Class Play 2
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Senlor Class Wlll
We the Senuor Class of Arcadia Hugh
School un thus year of l948 desire to wull
the following priceless trauts unsurpassable
characteristics oddutues and possessions to
whomever ut may concern
To the Junuor Class we wull our scholastic
and dramatuc abuluty
To the Sophomore Class we wll our
abuluty to get along well wth all he
To the Freshman Class we will our oth
letuc and musical abuluty
Donna Fox wulls her naturally curly haur
to Judy Jacobs Take good care of ut Judy
Rayola Wuseley wulls her Vanlue boy
friends to Esther Ann Don t be too hard
on them Esther Ann
nature to Jum Ebersole Don t get too Iuve
Carolyn Huffman wulls her studuousness
to Ellen Gassman
Joe Ebersole vuushes to leave hus large
vocabulary of exotuc words to Duane
Marulyn Pepple leaves her abuluty to be
made the center of attractuon to anyone
who thunks he us capable of ut
Ramon Noel bequeaths his shyness to
ward gurls to Carl Steiner
Austun Babcock bequeaths his athletic
abuluty to Bob Kung
Phyllus Caun leaves to Margaret Ebersole
her abuluty to catch the fellows Take ut
Donna Peters leaves her nursing abuluty to
Betty Lou Stahl Be nuce and gentle Betty
Dorothy Fulluater wulls her guggles t
Pat Munard Don t carry ut too far Pat
Laura Bowman bequeaths her dark haur
and snappy eyes to Mary Ellen Wells Don t
flurt too much with them
Mary Lou Kieffer bequeaths her actuve
ness to Loretta Ruce Stay human Loretta
Dan Nuckelson wulls hus pleasing person
aluty to Tommy Hussong
Carl Graham leaves to Joe Sopher hus
abuluty to get the car whenever he wants ut
Don t druve too fast Joe
Duane Dupplehofer bequeath: hus dimples
to Kenny Gaertner
Junuor Stahl leaves hus fluvver to LeRoy
Desgrange At least ut runs'
Wilbur Stahl wulls his curly haur to Wul
ford Bruce It usn t the machine style euther
Carolyn Cuuttenberg wulls her abuluty to
type to Maruon Duck Please don t go over
60 words a munute
Joan Fox wulls her quiet ways to Alvun
Schubert You need a few of them Hal Ha'
her suster Aluce May Don t forget to cross
your t s and dot your us
Joan Mattox bequeaths her quick temper
to Norma Nye Don t throw too many
Charles Fox wulls hus blondes to any
one who thinks he can handle them'
Jum Grossman leaves his abuluty to change
the subuect un class to anyone who thinks
he can get away with ut
Annabel Marvin leaves to Norman Dehn
hoff her abuluty to learn and to remember
thungs Take advantage of ut Norman
Donald Fox wulls his three dup uce cream
cones to Clarence Caun Don t get too fat
Pat Huffman wills her blonde hair to
Duck Freese Don t forget to use a vunegar
Kirk Mull ng Company
Findlay Oh o
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Commencement day has come at last
Ve ve v orlaed and torled and had our trials
but all wt these are nh the paSt
Vxe we trod our last and arduous mules
Our 5Chool we wnll alwavs remember
Car teachers and classmates all
lor herr we earned and worked together
but how that the end us mar
And W Imam lrom behool we must ao
We reall e the thmgs that were dear
Aa lhto the world we go
Sa larewell tv all our teachers
Farev L ll to our classmates dear
Farewell to the pleasant sehooldays
Fir vu rc leawhg xou thzg year
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. Broin-trust Seniors
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. Swing your portner
. Cold boys?
4 Senior sponsor
The three sfooges
Muff ond Jeff
Ice Creorn experts
Senuor Class Hlstory
ln September l936 a class of baffled
and bewuldered chuldren entered the furst
grade to begun the twelve year task that
lay ahead The furst sux years gradually
passed by ln the fufth and suxth grades
members of our class took part un an ele
mentary chorus and un the operetta Tom
Upon reachung the seventh grade we
found ourselves growung up The upstaurs
routune seemed so struct and we really
mussed our recesses and snowball fughts An
umportant event durung the eughth grade
was the state eughth grade test
Hugh school at last' The future class of
48 assembled to choose courses and begun
hugh school lufe We luved un great susoenSe
and were soon adopted by the hugh sChOOl
un the unutuatuon ceremonues The class was
organu ed under tl-ue leadershuD of Muss
Weurner our class sponsor Joe Ebersole
presudent Dan Nuckelson vuce presudent
Marulyn People secretary and Lauua Bow
man treasurer We chose as our motto
Goung Huaher Toward Success as our
flower the red carnatuon and as our class
Colors blue and whute We were represented
un sports glee Club hour student councul
and un an operetta We also presented an
As Sophomores our actuvutues took on
more sugns of maturury Under the leader
shup of the followung offucers Marulyn
Pepple presudent Ramon Noel vuce
presudent Phyllus Caun secretary treasurer
Donna Peters reporter and Mr Kynn our
class sponsor we unutuated the Freshmen
To show our dramatuc abuluty we presented
a one act comedy Elmer and the Love
bug We also presented an assembly pro
gram and sponsored the annual March of
Dames all wuth satusfyung success
ln September of 46 we came back to
school as Junuors We elected as presudent
Dan Nuckelson vuce presudent Joe Eber
so'e ecretary Laura Bowman treasurer
Annabel Marvun and reporter Carolyn
Huffman Our sponsor was Mr Groth O
March l9 we presented our class play
Anne Whats Her Name under the du
rectuon of Mrs Sharnunghouse We gave an
assembly program sponsored a hugh school
party and many took part un the operetta
The Gay Romance Sux members of our
class were enrolled un the Natuonal Honor
Socuety These students were selected on
the basus of merut un four tuelds scholar
shup leadershup character and servuce
Durung our Junuor year a new system for
publushung the Annual was begun and thus
we had the opportunuty to help the Senuors
publush the l947 edutuon of the Arcaduan
Our greatest achuevement of the Year was
the Junuor Senuor banquet held at the
Alas Senuors' There were only twenty
seven of us thus year Mr Groth was our
sponsor agaun and we elected the followung
offucers presudent Marulyn Pepple vuce
presudent Joe Ebersole secretary Annabel
Marvun treasurer Pat Huffman and e
porter Dorothy Fulluater Thus year we were
well represented un school actuvutues There
were seven of our members un the Honor
Socuety and a number un the band and
orchestra Many took part un the operetta
Ask the Professor and we publushed the
l948 edutuon of the Arcaduan ln May
the Junuors entertauned us at the Junuor
We the members of the class of 48
have funushed our scholastuc career at Ar
cadua and are now ready to begun lufe un
earnest We are grateful to all who have
helped smooth our way through the furst
part of our lufe To you the under gradu
ates we wush the best of luck to you also
we leave the responsubu uty of mauntaunung
the school standards and tradutuons wuth the
suncere hope that you achueve even greater
success than any of your predecessors
Egbert Home Furnushmgs
404 6 F Sondusl y Phone 2442
George D n Bob Jae
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Stephen Santry a playwright lnherlts a
small farm ln Arkansas and goes there to
wrlte a story and get away from the con
fusion of hectuc lnvnng In Chlcago He In
vntes has famlly to come down to vlslt Luttle
dnd they realnze that their stay would be
prolonged Due to a case of scarlet fever
developing ln thelr house they are quar
antnned Durmg thus time Olive Stephens
oldest daughter funds she has a heart dns
ease and meets the handsome country
doctor She resists hrs advice but flnally
comes to the conclusnon he as rnght and they
become engaged Mr and Mrs Santry and
thelr two younger children return to Chncago
leavlng the country place to Duck and their
daughter IH law Eve
Lucmda Andrews Mary Lou Kueffer
Dr Lynn Gray
Motto Gonng Hlgher Toward Success
Flower Red Carnatuon
Color Blue and Whlte
Lynn A Lyon Co Crystal Shoe Repan'
Elect c and Cas Appl ances Shoes Shuned Hats Cleaned and Blocked
622 S Ma n Phone 3155 Wh le You Want Ser :ce
Flndlay Ohlo lO3 E Sandusky Fnndloy
A Conversatuon Ten Years Hence'
Carolyn Well Rayola ut s good to see
each other agaun It s luck that I duscovered
you luve here I just happen to be on my
vacatuon So you are a housewufe I never
dreamed you Iuved un Detrout
Rayola Yes Carolyn I have luved here
for sux years So you are a teacher I heard
that you are luvung un Nevada
Carolyn Thats rught Say have you
heard recently from any of our old class
mates? I have been tryung to keep un touch
wuth them but ten years us a long tume to
keep up wuth actuvutues of twenty seven
fortune seekers But anyway I have cor
responded wuth a number of them
Rayola By the way Laura Bowman us
luvung here un town Three chuldren keep
the Cycle Shop busy as theur motorcycles
were always un the need of repaurs N
other than Junuor Stahl manages the Cycle
Carolyn On my vacatuon thus summer
I vusuted Annabel Marvun un Washungton
D C Beung secretary to the Presudent
keeps her busy She saud that just that
mornung she had typed a letter to Joe
Ebersole who us now representatuve of the
South Amerucan Oul Company un Brazul
Rayola Of course you know of the D
P Caunoduan Instutute un Toledo Donna
Peters and Phyllus Caun as head durectors
are devotung theur luves to helpung humcunuty
by guvung all theur tume to thus unstututuon
for the feeble munded
Carolyn Dud you read un Lufe maga
zune about the sensatuonal new actress?
Joan Mattox certaunly worked hard to take
the movue fueld by storm
Rayola That remunds me Bonnue Kuef
fer us a model workung un New York Maru
lyn Pepple us also un New York It has been
fuve years sunce she made her debut as
vocalust for Phul Sputalny and she us stull
Carolyn I suppose you know Wulbur
Stahl us on the raduo
Rayola Yes I just heard hum last nught
over WJ R Hus humor makes people roll
un the ausles
Carolyn Some of our fellow students
remauned at Arcadua Austun Babcock
coaches at Arcadua Hugh Thus makes the
fufth year sunce he has been coachung that
the team has taken champuonshups
Duane Dupplehofer owns a large farm
near Arcadua Carl Graham besudes doung
a luttle farmung us a dealer un farm ma
chunery Martha Dalzell and Carolyn Gut
tenberg operate the Arcadua telephone ex
Last week I receuved a letter from Pat
Huffman She us a farmers wufe and a
sunger at a club un Fundloy
Rayola I never have heard what has
happened to Dorothy Fulluater
Carolyn I saw her on the stage lust
last week Shes wuth The Natuonal Barn
Dancers as chuef yodeller
Also I saw Donna Fox un a restaurant
un Cleveland She saud she plays trumpet
for a dance band there Her brother
Donald manages a pruze fughter also un
.Ioan Fox besudes beung an excellent
housewufe bakes pruze cakes for one of the
stores un Fostorua
Rayola You forgot one of the Foxes
Charlue now owns hus own Body Shop
Carolyn Rayola have you receuved a
new umproved televusuon set from Ramon
Rayola Yes I receuved mune last week
I thought ut was generous of Ramon to send
us one Besudes doung a luttle unventung he
has hus own photography shop un Chucago
Carolyn Two weeks ago I stopped to do
some shoppung un Toledo As I was on the
outskurts of the town my car stalled not
far from a gas statuon I walked to the sta
tuon to see uf I could get my car repaured
Imagune my surpruse when Dan Nuckelson
greeted me He explauned that he owned
several such statuons un Ohuo They are
recognuzable by the colors blue and whute
Rayola I had a sumular experuence one
day when I was suttung un a movue theater
A newsreel of the Olympuc games was
shown Feature my surpruse when Mary
Lou Kueffer was announced as champuon
Carolyn The only member we have
mussed us Jum Grossman
Rayola Certaunly you have seen the
unutuals JG on cartoon pages un the news
papers and magazunes None other than
Jum has drawn those cartoons
Carolyn Well Rayola thus shows that
the Senuor Class of 48 from Arcadua Hugh
has a place reserved on the roll of Notable
Classes from Ohuo
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Snnce the members of the Junror Class
were rnntlated as Freshmen rn the fall of
l945 they have taken two more steps to
ward therr goal
Thus year they have taken a more prom
ment part In all the extracurrlcular actrvu
tres of the school The members of the
class arranged several assembly programs
for the student body Including the Chrrst
mas assembly and contrnbuted rn several
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
To Achreve Success
Colors Green and Gold
P T A meetrngs by partucrpatrng In a
speech chour round table clrscussuons and
one act plays The henght of the accom
plnshment an dramatucs was the Jumor Class
play presented In Aprul
On February l4th the Junlors enter
tanned the hugh school students at a Valen
tune s party The outstandrng soclal event
of the year however was the Junror Sensor
banquet on May 7th
FIRST ROW Marita Sopher, Pat Munara, Burdeen Parmenter, Charles Gaertner, Duck Freese,
Jim Wheland Mary Lou l-lull, Bernrce Barr
SECOND ROW Mary Ellen Rader Pat Campbell, LaDonna Myers, Martha Jane SluD9, l-UC'll9
Huffman, Joan Purkey Mary Buchanan, V ncent Grune, Mrs Suter
THIRD ROW Leland Sholl Harry l-lr cunson, Wrlford Burce, Norman Dehnhoff, Carl Steiner,
Charles Kung, Ruth Street, Peggy Wells
Cgmplrmenfg of McClelland Implement Sales
Beonng and Tronsmlsslon Company AllIS Cl'T0lVYl9l'S Farm Equrpment
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Presudent Donna Wuseley
Vuce Presudertt Clarence Cam
SCCVGTOW Betty Stahl
Treasurer Eldon Fusher
Reporter Thomas Hussong
E Motto Try Tull You Wun
mc ff Colors Blue and Sulver
Thus year the Sophomore Class reached
the halt way mark un theur hugh school
career They have taken a posutuve unterest
un the actuvutues of the school and have
contrubuted much toward these actuvutues
wuth a large number of the class partucu
patung un athletucs musuc F H A and
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They entertauned the hugh school stu
dents wuth the furst school party at Hallo
ween Freshman unutuatuon actuvutues un the
fall were also under theur sponsorshup Both
of these events were hughly successful
Members of the class assusted un usherung
at several school events Betty Lou Stahl
and Tom H ssong were chosen as Sopho
more attendants to the queen at Homecom
ung ceremonues un November Two members
of the class Margaret Ebersole and Betty
Stahl were on the cheerleadung squad thus
Thus class guves promuse of assumung a
posutuon of genuune leadershup un school
atfaurs durung the Junuor and Senuor years
FIRST ROW Betty Stahl Margaret Ebersole Esther Ann Kueffer, Donna Wuseley, Marulyn
Mattox Eldcn Fusher, Mark Metzger Maruon Duck, Jum Patterson
SFCOND ROW Mrs lreue Sharnunghouse, Darla Ann Duebley Marulyn Arnet, Pot Lannung
Robert Kung Kenneth Caertner, Ralph Marvun, Alvun Schubert Nrrma Jane Bunger, Imogene
THIRD ROW Glatlxs Ruce Vurgunua Zuessler Frueda McDowell, Jchn Nau Clarence Caun,
Stanley Strausbaugh Arthur Sheld n, Jack Huffman, Herman Guttenberg, Thcmas Hussong
Apprrved Pullcrum Controlled
'B0by Chucks the Year Aroundl'
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Motto Flnlshed Yet Begmnlng
Colors Green and Yellow
On a warm September day ln the year ot
I939 a group of peppy children walked
unto the tlrst grade Thus was for us the
beginning of twelve long years of educatuon
During the flrst sux years of school we en
joyed our share of so called fun
As we advanced to the seventh grade a
different teelmg became evudent-a feel
:ng that we were really growing up Durmg
the seventh and elghth grades we gradually
became a part of the hugh school After
going through some embarrassung expert
ences durlng Freshman mutlatnon we organ
nzed ourselves as a class and elected offncers
We have appreclated the gundance of Mr
Mengert our class advisor durnng thus past
FIRST ROW Joe Sopher, Joe Duebley, Nell Breyman, Dons Rader, Loretta Rnce, Alan Kraus,
Raymond Burns, Russell Clark, Kathryn Marvnn, Mary Ellen Wells
SECOND ROW Mr Mengert, Marulyn Canterbury, Patty Spearman, Marulyn Burns, Carol
Breyman, Norma Jean Nye, Beverly Damon, Vnrgunua Noel, Shlrley Wulford, Frances Garrett,
Lavera Emerlne, Betty Lenhart, Lloyd Monday, James Bruce
THIRD ROW Melvln Lenhart, James Ebersole, Robert Palnter, Thomas Wentworth, Herbert
Archibald, Frank Robb, Lelua Warren, Jeannetta Jameson, Maraaret Fruth, Norma Wolfe,
Delmar Goshe, Douglas Good
Pork's Snok Shop Qualuty Motor Sales
Fresh Donuts Good Food Used Cars
Fandlcy, Ohsa 337 E Mann Cross Fnndlay
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Ward Donna Elsenhauer Donna Damon Shlrley
Sheldon Dorls Street Sue Ann England Don Smlth
Rel Hlll Bllly Fruth
SECOND ROW Mrs McKlnney Vlrglnla Beamer
Allce Dalzell Emma Sterllng Kay Kleffer Kay Mc
Donald Shlrley Cook Ellen Gassman Elnora Kaye
THIRD ROW Judy Jacobs Donna Gaertner Jack
Wheland Wayne Smlth John Rldenour Blll Hocan
son Ted Rader Marlon Desgrange
ABSENT Duane Beamer
FIRST ROW Lanny Semler Patty Ernerlne Shlrley
Lenhart Marllyn Pl tts Marcele Bruce Maxlne Drels
bach Shlrlee Farrell Patsy Noel Floyd Hlssong Glenn
Saltzrnan Bobby Good James Edlnger
SECOND ROW Mlss People Norma Jean Rltter
Rosllyn Street Rlchard Smlth Rlchard Kelley Lee
Myers Jlm Steyer Roy RICO Jlm Warren Harold
Crlne Ronald Mattox Carl Zlessler
THlRD ROW Janet Zlessler Vlola Sterllng Phyllls
Fox Shlrley Ralney Patty Lee Betty Fox Peggy Fox
Carol Kuhn Homer Thompson Wesley Thomas larry
Myers John Bushong
ABSENT Janet Boes
Long's Bakery Medlock, Your Jeweler
Hgeq m Bglggd CQf,fig" "Conslderlng Wedlcck See Medlocld'
Flne OLIOlIly Bread and Pastrles Many Glfts for Graduates
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Nye Mary Rader Jo Ann Sutton Patty Butler Joyce
Edwards Ruth Ponn Mary Ducken Mary Weaver
SECOND ROW Mary England Kay Woodruff Carol
Rend Inez Grxne Nlna Lewns Arlene Walsh Barbara
FIRST ROW Doyle Cobb Bully Dlebley Larry Gutten
berg Alan Ryman David Corbln Vernon Rlce Tommy
Bzckel Gerald Marvln Larry Walsh Lloyd Thomas
SECOND ROW Evelyn Muller Mary Steyer Connie
Pruitt Gertrude Marvun Ruth Anne Smith Roseann
Lenhart Barbara Good Tommy Lee Robert Noel
Cook Hnlda Grlne Carol Clark Betty Muller
THIRD ROW LaVerne Snyder Wulluam Parmenter
Raymond Kuhn Davld Frazrer Glen Fruth Joe Steyer
Ralph Brooks Ronald Sholl Bully Gaertner John Wuse
Jumrnle Blake Arthur Guttenberg Jerry Gaertner
ABSENT Lewis Campbell
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THIRD ROW Ruta Grlne Donna Bame Marilyn Elsea
.lane Welty Olnvna Guerrero Ernestlne Ruce Jerry
Knepper Dorothy Freese Betty Fruth Barbara
Sheldon Ruth Anne Flsher
J C Hochstettler Sons
Gram Feed Seed Fertullzer
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Frankhart Marleen Wlthrow Jannce Heunze Jane
Van Drlest Darlene Brinkman Bully Pruitt Merle
Lneb Norman Emenne Bully Elsaman John Dlebley
SECOND ROW Mass Ethel Cole Jackie Elsaman
Raymond Woodruff Rrchard Zuessler Dorothy Par
menter Nancy Fox Wulma Wlckman Max Brooks
Mary Ann McDowell Karl Burns Dean Kieffer Larry
THIRD ROW James Rnchardson Davud Vellquet
Ruthanne Cain Norma Jean Holmes Patty Breyman
Barbara Jane Agnew Sharyn Peters Barbara Ann
Arnet Dalores Campbell Dale Barr Carol Noel
FIRST ROW Bobby Farrell Arvud Weaver Earl Mar
shall Bobby Frankhart Patty Blnger Davld Drelsbach
Davrd Cardwell Joyce Conrad Dale Ebersole Jummy
Hutchings Patty Elsaman
THIRD ROW Frances Knepper Ellen Hennze Howard
Fruth Paul Hartley Lester Bowman Darold Thomp
son Patty Reid Betty Bame Rosalue Muller Annette
Edwards Emma Rnce
SECOND ROW Bobby Fox Bully Good Max Nesler
Ralph Kelley Stanley Smith Marvnn Boes Howard
Buchanan Tommy Muller Danny Kuhlman
ABSENT Mona Kay Bruce Ruchard McDowell Gene
Snyder Roma Beamer
Congratulatuons to Class of l948 GIeason's Garage and Marme Service
Banner Furmture Store 335 E Mann Cross PhOne 343
Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio
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Boes Danny Dulgar Delbert Smlth Scott Phulo
Cenera Burton Betty Lee Fox Gerald Gaertner Arlene
Wnllnams Audrey Walsh Dale Smuth
SECOND ROW Mrs Amstutz Gary Roth Keith Wrl
ford Linda Lee Woodruff Sue Ann Huffman Lou
Ann Seever Wynetta Fox Arlene Walters Derol
Painter Shelby Brooks Shrrley Brooks Jerry Edmger
FIRST ROW Justun Emerlne Kenneth Marshall
James Grlne Albert Brandeberry Gene Desgranges
Joyce Lueb Karen Greer Rosemary Connne Betty Joe
Holmes Ruth Cobb Brenda Pruitt Gene Ersaman
Second Grade Flrst Grade
FIRST ROW Ellen Grrne Shrrley Ponn Greta Arm Shaull Rosemary Guttenberg Owen Zuessler Robert
brecht Horace Muller Ted Walter Robert Agnew Crow Ceara Wuthrow
Charles Groth Ola Fae Rice Janlce Lueb THIRD ROW Janet Hull Nancy Kung Frances Zuegler
SECOND ROW Larry Ryman Alnce Fay Stucky, Judy Von Btshop Karen Spearman, Gerald Frankhart, Joan
Nesler, Robert Steyer, Lynn Ebersole Norma Jean Read, Max Barnes
Neuhauser Hatchenes, IMS
Robert Barker, Manager
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Barnes Ronald Wise Judith Gassman Faye Pressler
SECOND ROW Llnda Elsaman Kenny Lenhart Janice
Rutter Carol Mondo Fred Pessell Sharon Hule
Phlllnp Burton Betty non
Richardson Eddle Strlte John Cain Paul Grlne Judy
McKunney Karen Dukes Mrs Bradley
Flrst Grade Grade Operetta
STANDING Barbara Cook Harold Nye Lewus
SEATED Carol Noel Gertrude Marvin Mary Ann
Steyer Bobby Farrell Dolores Campbell
Instead of using hns slelgh and relndeer
Santa Claus goes delnverlng Christmas
presents In an alrplane He over flnes the
U S A and gets lost somewhere In Mexlco
To has surprlse he funds that he rs unknown
to the children and people of that country
He also learns that Mexico has her own
picturesque way of celebratmg Chrlstmas
Santa makes frlends and us lnvnted to stay
and enjoy the Mexican Chrlstmas festnvu
tles After telephonmg hrs wlfe at the North
Pole and belng assured that the children of
Amenca wlll be well taken care of he
accepts the mvutatuon
SWIH and C0 50YbeUf' MII' The East North Street Lumber Co
Fostorla, Ohuo Phone 759 Fostorua
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Eddue Barry almost eughteen wants to
be another Bung Crosby to please hus
udeal Ann Sherman Wulllam Barry hus
father wants Eddue to go unto the hardware
busuness wuth hum Mr Barry who us always
talkung about the good old days when he
was a boy Mrs Barry a devoted wufe and
mother and Uncle George wuth hus phuloso
phy of workung as luttle as possuble furnush
Mrs Sharnunghouse assusted by Mary
Lou Hull and Bernuce Barr durected the play
The members of the cast were Ruchard
Garrett Maruta Sopher Peggy Wells
Martha Slupe Joan Purkey Charles Gaert
ner Pat Munard Charles Kung Carl Steuner
Pat Campbell Jum Wheland LaDonna
Junlor Red Cross
The Junuor Red Cross carrued on another
very successful year under the supervusuon
of Mrs Payne
Upon payung a small fee the members
from Arcadua Hugh School receuved mem
bershup cards and puns
At Chrustmas tume and agaun un the
sprung the organuzatuon sponsored sendung
boxes to the boys and gurls un Europe Each
grade took up a donatuon and packed a box
for euther a boy or a gurl In return we re
ceuved letters of thanks from those unfor
tunate people and the happuness that comes
to us from havung done somethung to help
In the future we hope to do more to aud
these needy people
FIRST ROW Lynn Ebersole Donald Ruchardson Lou Ann Seevers Jummue Hutchungs Lester
Fruth Ruth Arun Fusher
SECOND ROW Mary Ducken Raymond Burns Beverly Damon Janet Zuessler Floyd Hussong
THIRD ROW Ellen Gassman Pat Lannung Duane Dupplehofer Stanley Strausbaugh Bonnue
Kueffer Charles Kung Martha Jane Slupe
The Ohuo Oul Company
Retuners and Marketers
Marathon Gasoline and Motor Oul
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Vice President e.,eee,..,eY...,ee,A,e Laura Bowman
Secretary-Treasurer ....,....,,. Donna Wiseley
Reporter .,,,,..,,,,,,,,e,,,Y.,e,.A,,,.., Virginia Noel
e Student Councul had a very success as queen and Joan Mattox Marita Sopher
ful year under the leadership ot Mrs Cov Betty Stahl and Duane Dlppelhoter Nor
ert Through theur efforts the Constututlon man Dehnhoft Tom l-lrssong and Jim Eber
was ratified by the student body The sole were chosen as attendants Laura
Councrl sponsored several dances after foot Bowman was Crowned by Captaun Austin
lDOll Gnd l3OSl4STlDOll QOVTTCS O09 of The fT1O9f Babcock All classes and clubs have repre
SLJCC6 sful GV9f1fS ot the yGClr WOS The Home Se-nfqtiveg On the Cguncil
comsng ot whuch Laura Bowman was elected
Compliments of the
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AYCOCJWJ Ol' Automobile Dealers Association
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Mary Lou Hull Carolyn Guttenberg Dorothy Fulluater
Rayola Wuseley Lqura Bowman
SECOND ROW Muss Pepple Mary Rader Mary
Buchanan LaDonna Myers Martha Slupe Joan Pur
The Arcadua Chapter of the Future
Homemakers of Ameruca under the spon
sorshup of Muss Vurgunua Pepple elected
Mary Lou Kueffer Presudent Pat Campbell
Vuce Presudent Donna Wuseley Secretary
Peggy Wells Treasurer, Joan Purkey Re
Thus year the Chapter was guven repre
sentatuon un the Student Councul Joan
Purkey and Mary Ellen Wells were chosen
key Donna Fox Maruta Sopher
THIRD ROW Annabel Marvun Luculle Huffman
Bonnue Kueffer Burdeen Parmenter Joan Fox Martha
Dalzell Ruth Street Peggy Wells
as the representatuves
The Club decuded to publush a school
paper named Redskun Gazette
On March 4 the organuzatuon enter
tauned the schools of thus reguon at the
semu annual bu county meetung
club as Chapter Homemakers early un the
On March 26 the club sponsored a hugh
FIRST ROW Marulyn Burns
Canterbury Patrucua Spearman Carol Breyman Maru
Iyn Mattox Betty Lou Stahl Kathryn Marvun Mary
SECOND ROW Dorus Rader Loretta Ruce Betty Len
hart Imogene Thomas Marulyn Arnet Vurgunua Noel
Norma Wolfe Manly
Shurley Wulford Francus Garrett Lavera Emerune
THIRD ROW Dorla Duebley Norma Bunger Vurgunua
Zuessler Esther Kueffer Donna Wuseley Lelua Warren
Beverly Damon Margaret Fruth Jeannette Jameson
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Stahl Ralph Marvin Carl Graham Charles King
SECOND ROW Mr Mengert Joe Diebly Vincent
Curine Ramon Noel John Nou Robert Painter Lloyd
With the aid of our advisor Mr Men
gert we came through the year with great
success Our officers attended officers
training school again this year and they all
benefited by this course We also sponsored
Parent and Son Banquet was held March l2
The club tried for County Honors in Parlia
mentary procedure March l6 at McComb
A gold medal was awarded to the club for a
safety booth at the Ohio State Foir Plans
are being made for an exhibit at the State
M rday Raymond Burns
Tllll D lOW l-lcrmon Guttenbera Harry l-locansf n
T fl l T L DCI' N FTTTOFT De Wll
Duong Dipplchott r Junlo Stahl Charles Fox
Fair next tall
A banner was awarded to the chapter by
the Division of Safety and Hygiene tor the
first satety program in the state
The majority ot the F F A took two
to Columbus We also had a iudqing team
which participated in three contests the
county contest the State F F A contest at
Ohio State University and Dairy Day at
SEATED Mr Mengert Mark Metzger Reporter Ralph Marvin President Wilbur Stahl Vice
Pre ident Carl Craham Treasurer
STANDING Robert Kng Secretary Charles King Sentinel
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Rat Lcnnung Donna Fox Carolyn
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u-ulluater Joan Purkey Burdeen Parmenter Vurgunua Noel
Thus year the 'ubrary has been un good
orc'er Wuth the cooperatuan of practucally
a whole new staff the lubrary us becamung
more and more complete The lubrary was
under the supervusuon of Mrs Sharnuna
house who was assusted by Carolyn Huff
man Danna Fox helped to keep the fules un
orler by typ ng all needed materual The
lub aruans have worked hard and have trued
he hest to make the lubrary more bene
fucua' to the student body
Glrls Glee Club
Thus organuzatuon us open to any hugh
school gurl who us unterested un musuc The
Glee Club rendered a worthwhule servuce
to the musuc program of the school thus year
by assustung un an assembly program un the
school operetta Ask the Professor The
gurls met for rehearsals twuce each week and
have developed a tune apprecuatuon for vocal
three part harmony The group was ac
companued by Mary Ellen Buchanan
SEATED Danna Peters Carolyn Huffman Joan Mat
tox Margaret Fruth Maruta Sopher
FIRST ROW Pat Munard Mary Lou Hull Pat Camp
bell Martha Jane Slupe Kathryn Marvun Mary
Ellen Wells Carol Jean Breyman Lavera Emerure
Betty Jo Lenhart Marulyn Mattox Phyllus Caun
SECOND ROW Mus Payne Marulyn Pepple Pot
Huffman Joan Purkey LaDonna Myers Pat Lan
nung Marulyn Arnet Francus Garrett Norma Wolfe
Vurgunua Zuessler Gladys Ruce Marulyn Canterbury
Datr cua Spearman Mary Buchanan
THIRD ROW Norma Bunger lmogene Thomas
Freuda McDowell Shurley Wulford Vurgunua Noel
Norma Nye Dorothy Fulluoter Jeanette Jameson
Lelua Warren Ruth Street Beverly Damon Donna
Fox Dorla Duebley
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Mary Lou Hull
SECOND ROW Donna Peters Annabel Marvm Dorothy Fllllater Carolyn Huffman Mary
Lou Kleffer Pat Huffman Marilyn Pepple
Seven members of the Senlor class were
graduated wlth the dnstmctlon of being
The Hancock County chapter of the Na
tlonal Honor Soclety met at Arlmgton In
November for a socual gatherlng
ln Aprul szx members of the Junlor class
and one addltlonal member from the Senlor
class were :nltlated unto the society The
lnstallatnon meetmg was held at Arcadia
Membershlp for the soclety IS based on
scholarshup servlce leadershsp and char
acter The faculty recommends students
wlth a scholarship average of grade B or
above Thelr elagnbullty IS then consldered
on thelr servlce whlch uncludes servnce as
a class officer student council member or
cheerleader on theur character good repu
tation pleasant personallty good sports
manshlp and other character attributes
The Society has a pm whlch IS a lighted
torch o symbol of the four characterlstlcs
The purpose of the Hancock County
Chapter of the National Honor Soclety ns
to create entnuslasm for scholarship to
srurnuiare the desire to render servlce pro
mote leaaershvp, and develop character rn
the boys and gurls of the schools of Han
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sopranos eleven altos and nineteen tenors
and bass maknng approxnmately forty vonces
Therr publuc appearances Included the Farm
er s lnstutute the P T A and the rn
School Festuval wuth Van Buren and Mc
The Fred Warung style of presentatuon
was used an the lntroductuon of the follow
:ng songs Water Boy Cornfueld Med
e Perfect Day Soldler Won t You
Marry Me and Go Down Moses Mrs
Payne was the durector and Peggy Wells
The group was one of the mann factors
whnch partucupated nn the operetta Ask
The Professor The mann characters were
chosen from the chour The others com
posed the choruses and the danclng groups
Of the twenty sux members of the or
chestra thus y ar only three members are
Sensors The orchestra played for several
programs Including the Junior and Senior
plays Farmers lnstntute Commencement
and assembly programs The group under
the dlrectuon of Mrs Payne met three
times a week under the rotatlng period
Bass Duane Beamer John Nau Cello
Joan Purkev Clarlnets Carl Graham Don
na Wuseley Glenn Saltzman Peggy Fox
Bobby Noel Bully Dnebly Trombones Bob
Pannter Joe Dnebly Trumpets Donna Fox
Margaret Ebersole Ellen Gassman Patty
Emerrne Percussuon Jack Huffman Doug
las Good Bully Gaertner Vlrgunla Beamer
Vloluns Marulyn Pepple Donna Damon
Vlrglnsa Noel Raymond Burns Jeanetta
Jameson Janet Boes Marcele Bruce Con
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McCorm c Deerung Farm Implements
Easy Washers Frlg dare Serv ce
Fostona Oh o
STANDING Joan Mattox Marnlyn Pepple Pat Campbell Pat Huffman Dorothy Fnllater
Laura Bowman Joan Purkey Peggy Wells
SEATED Shnrley Cook
ABSENT Mary Lou Kieffer
Glrls Ensemble Boys Ensemble
The Girls Ensemble consists of nnne gurls
all of whom thus year were chosen from the
Junuor and Sensor classes The Ensem
ble has sung for Christmas assembly Mr
Groth s assembly the Farmers Institute
and the Sprung Festival Mrs Payne dn
rected the group and Shlrley Cook and Mary
Buchanan accompanied the group
SEATED Shlrley Cook
The Boys Ensemble consusts of boys from
the four upper classes This year we have
sung for P T A Farmers Inststute and
for several other occasions We are dl
rected by Mrs Payne When Shnrley Cook
withdrew from school Mary Buchanan be
FIRET ROW Bobby Paunfer Alvm Schubert Wulbur Stahl Ralph Marvun Austnn Babcock
Jack Huffman Dlck Freese Mark Metzger
SECOND ROW John Nou Joe Ebersole Jrm Wheland Stanley Strausbaugh Dan Nlckelson
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The Hugh school operetta was presented
on March I9 The scene of the story us a
college campus Marynda recelves a chance
to go to college and against her brother
Red s wall accepts She does excellent work
queen Without a chaperon she cannot go
to the Commencement Ball She leaves for
honre but ns brought back to college by Tom
The problems are solved and Red and
Marylda fund happlness Dnrector was Mrs
Payne and accompanust Peggy Wells
Emlly Lee Dorothy Fnlllater
Maryuda ONeal Pat Campbell
Professor Wall Breakeasy Joe Ebersole
John P lnsworthy
Red O Neal
lst 2nd 3rd Grrls
Mrs O Neal
Mary Lou Kletter
ABSENT FROM OTHER GROUPS
G Gene Snyder 3rd G Louns Campbell 6th G
FIRST ROW Dale Wrlaht lst G Gary Roth 2nd G Mary Lou Kuetfer lZth G
Wulluam Armbrecht 4th G Dale Smuth 2nd G THIRD ROW Mass Bessue Fox 6th G Ronald Sholl
Bobby Beamer 2nd G Sharon Stahl lst G 6th G Roma Beamer 3rd G Mona Day Bruce 3rd
SECOND ROW Janet Boes 7thG Geraldine Wrnght G Brenda Pruttt 2nd G Lrnda Myers 2nd G
-lth G Ronad Stahl Sth G Ruchard McDowell 3rd Davld Frazrer 6th G Mass Rosle Fox Sth G
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Arcadia vs. Arlington 8.
COLDREN FUNERAL HOME
W. G. Coldren, Director
205 W. Sandusky Findlay Phone
ll. Annual Staff Meeting
Clean up boy l2.
Arcadia vs. Liberty l3.
School's Out l4.
Teacher's Convention li
400 S. Cory Phone 3232
600 Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW Neul Breyman Melvun Lenhart Vuncent
Grune Russell Clark Rex Cunnungham Joe Sopher
SECOND ROW Mr Blauvelt Charles Fox Junior
Stahl Joe Ebersole Austin abcock Duck Freese Dan
Nuckelson Carl Graham Ramon Noel
THIRD ROW Eldon Fisher Alvin Schubert Robert
Kung Stanley Strausbaugh Clarence Caun Jum
Wheland Carl Steiner Harry Hocanson
FOURTH ROW Donald Fox Bob Painter Herbert
Archibald Marlon Duck Mark Metzger Charles
Kung Jack Huffman
September I3 The Redmen played their
first football game of the season on their
new field under lights and defeated Mc
Comb 7 to O
September 'I9 On this warm afternoon the
team went to Mt Cory to be defeated 25 to
September 25 North Baltimore came here
and the game resulted un a scoreless tue
This game kept the spectators un exciting
suspense tull the funal gun
October 3-The boys traveled to Arlington
to be overwhelmed by the Arlington Red
Devils, 47 to O.
October 'IO-The boys celebrated "Dads'
Night" with their second victory by trim-
ming winless Liberty 4l to 6.
October I7-The l3 to O victory over Mt.
Blanchard was played on the night desig-
nated as Mothers Night The members
of the team displayed remarkable perform
October Z4 ln the nup and tuck battle
with Rawson the outcome was uncertain
until the funal 30 seconds of the game
during which Rawson managed a 6 to O win
October 3'l Under the Vanlue lights the
boys battled to a scoreless tue
November 6-Homecoming' The team
concluded a successful season by winning
over Van Buren, 7 to O. All Seniors on the
team played fine games. They were Charles
Fox, Ray Noel, Austin Babcock, Joe Eber-
sole, Carl Graham, Junior Stahl, and Dan
The team concluded its most successful
season in several years by marking up four
victories, three defeats, and two ties.
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Phone 80 Arcadia
SEATED Clarence Corn Stanley Strausbaugh Joe Jack Huffman Charles Kung Mr Blauvelt Coach
Ebersole Austin Babcock Charles Gaertner Robert Carl Steiner Alvun Schubert Mark Metzger Donald
Kung Fox manager
STANDING Eldon Fnsher manager Jm Ebersole
November 25 For the flrst basketball
game of the season the team ventured to
Bloomdale to wan 24 to l9
December 5 The next opponent was Mc
omb whose boys managed a 56 42 vuc
tory McComb s Reserves also won 45 l7
December I2 For the flrst home game of
the season Mt Cory handed the boys thenr
second league loss wlth a score of 39 to 23
Mt Cory Reserves also came through wrth
a 23 l9 vlctory
December 19 The team yourneyed to Flnd
lay to play the Reserves who defeated the
Redskms 60 22
December 30 At Amsden after playing a
flghtung game the boys were defeated by
the small margin of 42 4l Jackson Liber
ty Reserves won 28 to 20
January 2 3 The good ne ghbor polucy
established between Arcadua Tlro and
Leesvnlle over the week end was a success
even though the team managed only an
even break with theur opponents by defeat
ang Tnro 39 33 and by being defeated by
Leesvulle 46 26 Arcadaa Reserves won
from Tnro 35 l8 and lost to Leesvllle Re
serves 25 l7 Besldes playmg basketball
the team was taken on a sight seesng trap
through Crawford County
January 9 Arlnngton came here to wan
44 30 Arlington also won the reserve
game 3l l8
January I6 The team went to Liberty to
make good The nlp an tuck battle ended
wlth a 33 3l vuctory
January 23 At Mt Blanchard the boys
suffered a 39 34 defeat In a hard waged
l6 l5 score
January 30 On the local court Rawson
emerged vnctor by a score of 4l 34 The
Arcadia Reserves won agaln 39 20
February 3 North Baltumore turned back
the team 49 30 on the Baltimore floor
The Reserves edged out North Baltnmore
February 6 Vanlue came to Arcadia and
defeated the team wlth a 59 26 score but
the Reserves won agaln ll 9
February I3 At Van Buren both the Var
slty and Reserve were defeated Reserve
score 33 30 Varsaty score 52 25
February 20 The thrall of the season the
Tournament' Wlth determxnatuon the boys
battled agamst Arlington After a terrlfnc
game they came through with a small
margsn defeat of 35 29 The support of
the cheering section exhlblted real sports
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stead of the usual three. These girls have
faithfully led both players and students
through the '47-'48 football and basket-
ball seasons. We wish success and the best
of luck to the future teams.
We're With Ya Team
Yea Team Fight Fight Fight
Center End Tackle Guard
Under the supervision of Miss Pepple ior and Senior class funds and the athletic
the Juniors and Seniors managed the Con funds
ce s on stand at the football games Profits Boys in the industrial arts class con
from the sales were divided among the Jun structed the concession stand
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Al Basss Clothes
Art s Clothes
Babb s Motorcycles Sales
Ballrerch s Furnuture
Barney s Beverage
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Beach s Cycle and Marune Sales
Bull s Economy
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Fostorla Army and Navy Surplus
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Harry and Marlon s Flowers
Harry s Good Food
Healey s Contectlonary
Hoyt Seed Co
Kanel s Clothlng Store
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