Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 58 of the 1950 volume:
A' AD AW
Having received instruction in knowledge and
training in virtue, we are leaving this yearbook as a
memento of those activities and high ideals which
are a vital part of school life. We feel that its con-
tents are of such a nature that it will be looked upon
in the years to come as a priceless possession, es-
pecially to the Class of l95O. As we journey ever
onward down the highway of life it will furnish us
with a lasting memory of those who helped make that
lf this book is cherished by all who possess it,
then we shall feel that our efforts have not been in
lt is with deepest sincerity that we, the Senior
class of nineteen hundred and fifty, wish to dedicate
this edition of the Arcadian to Mrs. Irene Sharning-
As our class sponsor for three seemingly long
years, she has made it possible through her untiring
efforts in our behalf, for us to enter this coming
half-century with a strong sense of responsibility and
a feeling of security and self-confidence which are so
essential to our well-being.
Through the cooperation and efforts of the
Juniors and Seniors, another Senior yearbook
has been successfully published. Many
changes and additions have made this annual
one of the most attractive annuals ever pro-
duced by our school.
Due to the tremendous amount of work
involved in the publication of a yearbook, the
staff was enlarged, with the plan of a Junior
and Senior staff being retained. For the first
time in many years we have used some of our
own original art .
The aim of the l95O ARCADIAN is to de-
velop the personalities of the students and
faculty of the school. Because memory soon
fails without some definite reminder of our
school days, this album should be cherished
for many years.
Our annual sales contest this year was ar-
ganized into six teams, known by the names
of Santa Claus's reindeer. Miss Pepple's team
won this year and was awarded a dinner.
The following staff members, with Mr.
Groth as adviser, published the I95O AR-
Tom Hissong Virginia Noel
Marion Dick Douglas Good
James Patterson Tom Wentworth
Mark Metzger Mary Ellen Wells
Margaret Ebersole Beverly Damon
Pat Lanning Herbert Archibald
Marilyn Arnet Marilyn Canterbury
Betty Lou Stahl Norma Jean Nye
Jack Huffman James Ebersole
Alvin Schubert .
,IL and, faculty,
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SITTING: Lester Corbin, Clyde Pepple, president, Dorotha Mengert, clerk.
STANDINGZ- Robert Painter, Frank Saltzman, Robert Beamer.
As we begin the second half of the Twen-
tieth Century many ot us wonder where our
country stands on its path of destiny. By ad-
hering to wise policies in regard to the intel-
lectual and social preparation ot the young
people, our Board of Education hopes to fit
J. C. Kieffer
B. S. in Ed., Ohio Northern
M. A., Ohio State University
the citizens of this community to fulfill their
obligations to the country as the need arises.
Mr. Wilbur Noel and Mr, George Roth, the
two retiring members, are to be commended
for a job well done. We look ahead with con-
fidence in the wise decisions of our present
Charley E. Groth
B. S. in Ed., Ohio State
M. S. in Ed., Bowling Green
Miss Rosie Fox
Diploma Bowling Green State
Mrs. Martha Brenner
Diploma Bowling Green State
Mrs. Virginia Miller
Bowling Green State
Miss Bessie Fox
Diploma Bowling Green State
Mrs. Marjorie Moore
Diploma Bowling Green State
Mrs. May Van Blarcum
Bowling Green State
University of Cincinnati
Second and Third Grades
B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green
English, Coach, Physical
B. S, in Agriculture Ohio State
Mrs. Ethel Amstutz
Diploma Bowling Green State
Ohio State University
Miss Ethel Cole
Bowling Green State
Vaughn C. Blauvelt
A. B. Findlay College
University of Michigan
Bowling Green State
History, Physical Education,
Miss Virginia Pepple
B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green
Miss Helen Reimund
A. B, Findlay College
M. A. Columbia University
Graduate Study University of
Democracy, Latin, English
Mrs. Virginia McKinney
A. B, Findlay College
Science, Physical Education
Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse
B. S. in Ed. Bowling Green
M. A. Bowling Green State
History, Speech, Librarian
Mrs. Edith Covert
Bliss Normal College
Bowling Green State
Mrs. Mary L. Payne
B. E. University of Toledo
Ohio State University
No sleeping in class! 1
You don't say1?
I did it and 1'm glad!
Winchell or Kaltenborn?
Knitting tor an occupation?
Our piano teacher.
Photographers tor the Arcadian
Portraits of Distinction
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"Debate is masculine,
Softball, Choir, Class Of
ficer, Operetta, Junio
Play, Senior Play, Stu
dent. Council, Annua
"Constancy is human
Class Officer, Librarian,
Girls Glee Club, F. H. A.,
Junior Class Play, An-
nual Staff, National
Honor Society, Operetta,
"One so meek can do no
Annual Staff, Choir,
Girls Glee Club, Girls En-
semble, Concession Man-
er, F. H. A., F. H. A.
Officer, Class Play, Op-
"A little nonsense now
and then is relished by
the best of men,"
Librarian, Girls Glee
Club, F. H. A. Senior
Class Play, Operetta.
"Everyone has a fair
turn to be as great as he
Honor Society, Scholar-
ship Tearn, Cheerleader,
Class Officer, Junior
Play, Senior Play, F. H.
A., Girls Glee Club, Or-
chestra, Choir, Operetta,
"A second Daniel
Class Officer, Student
Council, Junior Play,
Senior Play, Choir, Foot-
ball, Basketball Mana-
ger, Scholarship Team,
F. F. A.
"His motto is: Rest first
and then work."
Scholarship Team, Foot-
ball, Football Manager,
Movie Projectionist, An-
Esther Ann Kieffer
"With a pretty wit and
we like her well."
National Honor Society,
Librarian, Student Coun-
cil, Cheerleader, F. H. A.,
Choir, Class Officer, Girls
Glee Club, Junior Class
Play, Senior Class Play,
Annual Staff, Operetta.
"'He's a clever young
student, both witty and
National Honor Society,
Basketball, Softball, Op-
eretta, Annual Staff,
Junior Play, Senior Play,
Scholarship Team, Class
"He knows what is
Choir, Orchestra, Band,
Football Manager, Bas-
ketball, Softball, Boys
Ensemble, Annual Staff,
Junior Play, Senior Play,
"Her good nature is a
sign of a large and
Commercial and College
Annual Staff, Choir, Girls
Ensemble, Girls Glee
Club, Librarian, F. H. A.,
National Honor Society,
Red Cross, Concession
Manager, Senior Class
Play, Operetta, Scholar-
"True to his works, his
word, and his friends."
F. F. A., F. F. A. Offi-
cer, Annual Staff, Boys
Ensemble, Choir, Oper-
etta, Junior Play, Senior
Play, Class Officer, Par-
Team, Livestock Judging
"His pleasant disposition
is more precious than
Annual Staff, F. F. A.,
F. F. A. Officer, Boys
Ensemble, Choir, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Junior
Red Cross, Junior Class
Play, Senior Class Play,
"This noble man is led
by a woman's gentle
F. F. A., Football, Bas-
ketball, Softball, Junior
Play, Senior Play, Oper-
etta, Student Council.
No really great man
ever thought himself so.
Commercial and College
Boys Ensemble, Football,
Basketball, Choir, Junior
Play, Senior Play, Na-
tional Honor Society, An-
nual Staff, F. F. A.,
Operetta, Junior Red
Cross, Scholarship Team,
Hes a royal good
A Basket a
Chonr Band Orchestra
Junior Play Sensor Play
Operetta Student Coun
cil Boys Ensemble Par
"Thy modesty's a candle
to thy merit."
Choir, Girls Glee Club,
Band, Library, F. H. A.,
He is well paid who is
Chair Junior Play Senior
Play Annual Staff Op
eretta Junnor Red Cross
"Gentle manners, laugh
We scarcely hear her
come and go."
Class Officer, Choir, Op
eretta, Girls Glee Club
Scholarship Team, Na
tional Honor Society
Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, Cheerleader,
Student Council, Annual
Staff, Orchestra, F. H.
A., F. H. A. Officer.
"l never bother anyone,
l keep the golden rule.'
F. H. A., Girls Glee, Red
C r o s s Representative,
Operetta, Library Staff.
"The mildest manners
and the gentlest heart."
National Honor Society,
Choir, Girls Glee Club,
Junior Play, Senior Play,
Library Staff, Class Of-
ficer, F. H. A., F. H. A.
Officer, Student Council.
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lt was many and many a year ago
ln a building at R. K. D.
That a class there entered whom all were to know
As the class of nineteen hundred fif-ty
And this class toiled with no other aim
Than to be praised by the power that be.
lt was nineteen hundred and forty-six
ln this building at R. K. D.
That we entered as freshman to learn
Our algebra from x to z,
Blue and silver our colors we chose,
Matching the great depth of the sea,
Our flower, the American Rose,
So rich, so red, so free.
And this was the reason, that three years ago,
In this school of R. K. D.
That this class studied and planned
With the greatest of psychology
For our motto we chose
What a motto should decree
"Try till you win" and never stop
Until crowned with victory.
Other classes, not so happy in school,
Went on envying our class of fif-ty
Yes, that was the reason las all can know
ln this school at R. K. D.l
When we Juniors played "Atomic Youth"
Authored by that Speech Prof. at Bee Gee.
But our interest was stronger by far,
Than "of those who were older than we"
"Of many far wiser than we."
And neither atomic energy on ahead
Nor subs down under the sea
Can ever make us forget the theme
Of beautiful "Marcheta", lovely as Annabel Lee.
For the moon never beams without bringing dreams
. Of this school at R. K. D.
And the stars never rise, but We'll feel the bright skies
Over the school of R, K. D.
And so all the night--all the day
Whenever the class of fif-ty may stray
ln the years that are to be
We'll never, never forget R. K. D.
KIRK MILLING COMPANY
We, the Senior Class of l95O, being
sound of body and mind do hereby sign our
last will and testament.
To the Juniors we will our great athletic
To the Sophomores we will our quiet, but
efficient ways. They need them.
To the Freshmen we will our ability to
get the teacher off the subject. You won't
have to study so hard now.
John Nau leaves his ability to eat candy
in study hall to Glen Saltzman. Don't get
caught the next time, Glen.
Virginia Ziessler wills her quiet ways to
Kay MacDonald. You need them, Kay.
Ralph Marvin wills his large, sticky wad
of gum under his desk in study hall to aid
in making lessons "stick" to Reid l-lill.
Donna Wiseley bequeaths her pleasing
personality and quiet wit to Carl Ziessler.
You had better take advantage of it, Carl.
Jack Huffman will lend his "flivver" to
anyone who won't forget to take out the
keys. He daesn't want anyone running off
lmagene Thomas will lend her "friend"
from Bascom to Marilyn Canterbury. Don't
stay out too late, Marilyn.
Norma Jane Binger gives her silly laugh
to Shirley Russell. Don't be afraid to smile
once in awhile, Shirley.
Marion Dick bequeaths his scientific
theories to Ted Rader. We're hoping for a
Pat Lanning donates the management of
the ice cream room to any Junior who can
HARROLD FUNERAL HOME
30l West Tiffin Street
remember that one subject, "Bookkeep-
Jim Patterson wills his ambition to be a
bachelor to anyone who can convince him-
self that that is the best way of life.
Betty Lou Stahl wills her "giggles" to
Betty Lenhart. Don't overdo it, Betty.
Tom Hissong wills his ability to get on
the good side of teachers to anyone who
thinks he is capable of doing it.
Oarla Ann Diebley wills her desire to start
housekeeping to Pat Spearman who is
equally devoted to her boyfriend.
Clarence Cain wills his ability to argue
in democracy class to Russell Clark. Prove
your points, Russ.
Esther Ann Kieffer wills her ability as a
cheerleader to Joe Diebley. Good luck, Jae.
Bob King wills his ability to play foot-
ball to Marion Peters. iTake it Pete, he's
Mark Metzger bequeaths his typing
skill to Neil Weaver. Will you be a star
next year, Neil?
Eldon Fisher wills his large vocabulary to
Lee Myers. Make good use of it, Lee.
Alvin Schubert leaves his ability to
"spout off" to Mary Ellen Wells. Don't get
in too much trouble, Mary.
Margaret Ebersole wills her ability to
skip school to anyone who can get by with
Marilyn Arnet leaves her ability to blush
to Barbara Fillhart. Dan't blush too much,
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Who you waiting for?
Proving Einstein's theory? .
Isn'T he wonderful?
"H" bomb in the process!
Not too much, boy!
Infrovert and Extrovert!
Let's go now!
Alas, we must part!
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The year i946 dawned with a world
striving to make peace an actuality, the
United Nations had been formed and Rus-
sia was already giving Trouble with her use
of the veto power. On the home front we
began to settle back into our usual routine
and . . . 30 members of the l95O graduat-
ing class made their debut as Freshmen of
the Arcadia l-ligh Schol.
Behind us lay eight years of work in the
grades and we now started in earnest our
high school career. ln organizing our class
we elected Stanley Strausbaugh as presi-
dent, Betty Lou Stahl, Vice President,
Clarence Cain, Secretary, Ralph Marvin,
Treasurer, Virginia Ziessler, Reporter,
Donna Wiseley and Eldon Fisher, Student
Council Members. We chase for our class
the colors blue and silver, for our flower the
American Rose and for our motto "Try Till
You Win." Mr. Mengert was our class
The outstanding events of our Fresh-
men year were our initiation, participation
in the operetta and our attendance at the
And then we were Sophomores . . . an-
other year in our career as high school stu-
dents and a step nearer graduation.
As the leaders of our Sophomore year we
chose for President, Donna Wiseley, Vice
President, Clarence Cain, Secretary, Betty
Lou Stahl, Treasurer, Eldon Fisher, Repor-
ter, Tom l-lissong. We had a new class
sponsor this year, Mrs. Sharninghouse.
We had our first chance to show our
ability in dramatics this year by presenting
a one-act comedy, "Party Line", for an
assembly program. The boys of our class
were presented a trophy for winning the in-
tramural games. Again this year our class
E. P. Reid
Reid's Sohio Service
lwas well represented in the operetta "Ask
With the coming of our Junior year we
realized that our high school days were
rapidly coming to a close. We found our-
selves very busy raising money and making
preparations for the Junior and Senior Ban-
quet which was to be held in the Spring, at
the "Y" in Findlay.
For this busy year Mrs. Sharninghouse
was again our sponsor and those to lead us
were: Ralph Marvin, President, Stanley
Strausbaugh, Vice President, Tom l-lissong,
Secretary, Marilyn Arnet, Treasurer, Est-
her Ann Kieffer, Reporter, Betty Lou Stahl,
Student Council Member.
After many practices the moment came
for the curtain to open and the presenta-
tion of our Junior Play, "The Atomic
Youth" began to take place. Also to our
credit we had seven Juniors enrolled in the
National Honor Society.
With only Zi members in our class we
began our Senior year. Once again this
year Mrs. Sharninghouse was our sponsor
and Ralph Marvin was our president. The
other officers were: Vice President, Betty
Stahl, Secretary, Donna Wiseley, Treasur-
er, Tom Hissong, Reporter, Margaret Eber-
sole, and Student Council Representative,
We proved our dramatic talent by pre-
senting three plays during the year, our
Senior Play "Marcheta" and two one-act
plays, "Nobody Sleeps" and "Fright."
This year we had eight Seniors as mem-
bers of the National l-lonor Society.
The Junior and Senior Banquet held at
the Nic Nac in Fostoria brought a close to
our l-ligh School career.
Betty Lou Stahl
V Senior Play - Officers
Ralph Marvin ..... ..... P resident
Betty Stahl ......... ...... V ice Pres.
Donna Wiseley ...... ...... S ecretclry
ln an old Spanish garden lived "Marcheta,"
the girl who loved not wisely but too well, and
for whom a man left the material world and
went into the church, waiting for the time to
come when he would die and rejoin the girl for
whose death he felt responsible.
"Marcheta" was really two plays, as the
story had to do with the lives of two girls-
Dolores, the modern one, and her great aunt,
Marcheta, who lived and loved fifty years
ago. The first and third acts were laid in a
modern setting while the second act flashed
back fifty years in time, during which the an-
cestors enacted the story told by an old
"Marcheta" was the most ambitious play
ever undertaken by the Senior class and it
Tom Hissong ......... ....... T reasurer
Margaret Ebersole ........................ Reporter
Motto ............................ "Try Till You Win"
Color .... ................. B lue and Silver
Flower ..... ........ merican Beauty Rose
will stay in our memory for a long time to
come as one of the most interesting plays we
Cast was as follows:
Marcheta Montez ..... ...... D anna Wiseley
Ross Hamilton .....
Carlos Cortez ...... .......... J ack Huffman
lsabella ........................ Esther Ann Kieffer
Pedro .................................... Tom Hissong
Mrs. Robert Southmore..Norma jane Binger
Senora Rose Folrez ........ Margaret Ebersole
Sheridan McLean ..... ........ J im Patterson
Father Ramon ......... ........ C larence Cain
Don Montez .........
Juan Montez ....
Lola ................ ....... B etty Lou Stahl
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"Ten Years Hence"
On a balmy spring day of April I, I96O, I
received a surprising telephone call and
learned I was one out of millions selected
from the telephone directory to appear on the
"Kingfisher Wheel of Fortune Quiz Show."
I hastily finished 'my morning's work and
left my two children with my next-door neigh-
bor. On arriving at the radio station I was
quite nervous from excitement. Much to my
surprise I learned that a new announcer had
been appointed. I took a second glance to be
sure and it was none other than a "l95O"
classmate of mine, Eldon Fisher.
"Kingfish" drew a number from the wheel
and luck was with me again. "Kingfish"
called out my number and I walked slowly up
the aisle. I won over the five contestants be-
cause l was able to give a quotation from
Macbeth. I was given my choice of three
things. As a winner I chose to have all my
classmates of "I95O" come'by air to this
broadcasting station on the following Wed-
Eldon, "The Kingfisher", did a good job of
interviewing us. Until the very hour of the
broadcast no one knew that his classmates'
would be there.
The hour arrived and the members of the
class began to appear in the studio. You can
imagine the shouts of surprise and exclama-
tions of joy as each classmate appeared on
the scene. Finally the "Kingfisher" succeed-
ed in quieting the noise and confusion and
the interview began.
In the questioning of ALVIN SCHUBERT it
was learned that he was an ace pitcher with
the Cleveland Indians and drew the largest
salary in baseball history due to the fact he
won four World Series games in a single series,
an unheard of feat up to this time.
' DOIRLA ANN DIEBLEY lives near Vanlue
and is a busy housewife caring for six children.
JOHN NAU lives on his own dairy farm
NORMA JANE BINGER has a good career
as operator of "The Bingo Beauty Salon" in
JIM PATTERSON is a fresh-air taxi cab
driver for the "Go-Gettum Taxi Service."
DONNA WISELEY and her husband live on
a large veterinary farm near Vanlue. Donna's
chief interests are the success of the veterin-
ary farm on which she lives and her lovely
home which represents her interior decorating
abilities that we all knew she possessed when
shew took Home Economics at Arcadia School.
JACK HUFFMAN and BOB KING have
been playing basketball for the past five years
with the World Champion New York Subways.
The pair set a record of 43 straight field
goals. Bob missed the 44th goal when his
attention was attracted by a young lady in
BETTY LOU STAHL is co-owner of the
Hitchings Square Deal Jewelry Shop in West
Independence. "A place where your credit is
good when you pay cash."
RALPH MARVIN is the new agriculture
teacher at the Arcadia School. Ralph has done
considerable research and several articles
have appeared in leading farm journals
throughout the country on breeding of squeal-
less pigs. Perhaps next it will be mOO-less
PAT LANNING is a well-known chiropodist
and has foot patients coming to her from all
parts of Ohio.
MARK METZGER became a dirt farmer
upon graduating from high school and in-
tended to make farming his Iife's work. But
upon learning of TOM HISSONG'S entry on
the Republican ticket for State Senator, Mark
immediately entered his name for Democratic
Representative from Hancock county. Both
won by a land slide-look out Senator Taft-
your job may not be too safe.
MARGARET EBERSOLE is head nurse at
Flower Hospital in Toledo. She plans an early
IMAGENE THOMAS is employed as tele-
phone operator at West Independence. It is
rather doubtful how long she will hold this
position since she is making plans to become
a farmer's wife.
CLARENCE CAIN is a favorite of Broad-
way actors. His Iast appearance is the play,
"Barb Oi' My Heart", that is now showing for
its third consecutive year in New York.
MARILYN ARNET is the commercial
teacher in the Exclusive School for Girls in
Cleveland, Ohio. Her increased ability in
speed and accuracy helped her to secure this
VIRGINIA ZIESSLER and her husband op-
erate a successful restaurant and recreation
center at ZiessIer's Corner on Route IZ. It is
one of the favorite pastime spots for Arcadia
Nation's Number One Argumentative Re-
search Technician, under Dr. Einstein, is none
other than MARION DICK. It is rumored
that SIR MARION doubts every authority he
finds in Mr. Einstein's library. DICK and
ElNSTElN'S latest theory is the triple crack-
ing of the atom.
SIR MARION started to explain the theory
but ELDON who was quick on the trigger
wished all a safe journey home and announced
the next get-together would be held IO years
hence in Paris.
Esther Ann Kieffer
The Commercial Bank and Savings Co.
Frank G. Fielding
Groceries, Meats, Dry Goods, Shoes
Mutual Phone: 207 Arcodicu, Ohio
STANDING: Jim Ebersole, Charles STANDING: Joe Diebley, Robert STANDING: Kenneth Gaertner, Bill
King, Neil Breyman. Painter, Lloyd Monday. Fleegle, Thomas Wentworth,
SEATED: Russell Clark, Joe Sopher. SEATED: Kathryn Marvin, Beverly SEATED: James Bruce, Alan Kraus.
President: Rex Cunningham
Vice President: Virginia Noel
Secretary: Mary Ellen Wells
Treasurer: Douglas Good
Reporter: Russell Clark
Flower: Red Rose
Colors: Green and Silver
Motto: "Finished Yet Beginning"
STANDING: Douglas Good, Rex Cun-
SEATED: Mary Ellen Wells, Virginia
STANDING: Melvin Lenhart, Herbert STANDING: Lelia Warren, Marilyn STANDING: Carol Breyman, Margar-
Archibald-, Raymond Burns. Burns. et Fruth, Norma Jean Nye.
SEATED: Loretta Rice, Jeannette SEATED: Patty Spearman, Mary Ellen SEATED: Betty Lenhart, Lavera Em-
Jameson. Thompson. erine.
STANDING: Elnora Kaye, Kay Kief- STANDING: John Ridenour, Duane
fer, Lila Huysman. Beamer, Jack Wheland.
SEATED: Donna Gaertner, Donna SEATED: Ellen Gassrnan, Shirley
June Damon. Russell.
President: John Ridenour
Vice President: Duane Beamer
Secretary: Shirley Russell
Treasurer: Jack Wheland
Reporter: Ellen Gassman
Flower: Red Rose
Colors: Blue and Gold
STANDING: Alice Dalzell, Virginia
Beamer, Clara Buchaman.
SEATED: Doris Street, Donna Eisen-
Motto: "He Conquers Who Endures"
STANDING: Kay McDonald, Reid STANDING: Wayne Smith, Ted I
Hill, Barbara Fillhart. Rader, Charles Kessler.
SEATED: Sue England, Neil Weaver. SEATED: Billy Fruth, Jerry Arras.
STANDING: Peggy Fox, Shirley STANDING: Floyd Hissong, Larry STANDING: Richard Smith, John
Rainey, Carol Kuhn. Myers, Marion Peters. King, Richard Kelly.
Seated: Viola Sterling, Norma Ritter. SEATED: Shirley Lenhart, Patsy Noel. SEATED: John Bushong, Paul Busick.
President: Floyd Hissong
Vice President: Patsy Noel
Secretary: Shirley Lenhart
Treasurer: Larry Myers
Reporter: Janet Boes
Motto: "Onward Toward a Higher Aim"
Colors: Old Rose and Silver
Flower: White Carnation
STANDING: Harold Grine, Lee My- STANDING: Jim Warren, John Car- STANDING: Barbara Cramer, Janet
ers, Ronald Mattox. ter. Ziessler, Janet Boes.
SEATED: Carl Ziessler, Lanny Semler. SEATED: Jim Steyer, Glen Saltzman. SEATED: Marilyn Plotts, Patty Em-
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THIRD ROW: Mary Rader, Sonia Schofield, Robert Noel, Glenn Ritter, Rosann Lenhart, Rita
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FIFTH ROW: Ruth Ann Smith, Evelyn Miller, Mary Ann Steyer, Irvin Swartz, Larry Walsh.
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FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Reese, Patty King, Norris
Fostoria Concrete Products, Inc.
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Ebersole, Marvin Boes, Gene Switzer, Lester Bowman,
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SECOND ROW: Linda Eisaman, Owen Ziessler, Joyce
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Tom's Sohio Station
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SECOND ROW: Ronald Edinger, Larry Noel, Betty
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Compliments ot Compliments of
Hancock County Egbert Home Furnishing
Automobile Decler's Association Findlay, Ohio
Hancock County Farm Bureau Bixel Tractor Co.
Complete Form Supplies Ford Tractors-Dearborn implements
Phone: 2885 Findlay, Ohio 716 Limo Avenue Findlay, Ohio
Sherlie Ann Bakery Compliments of
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Fostoria, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio
The Student Council this year was com-
posed of twelve members, two from each of
the upper four grades, F.l-LA, and FFA. with
Mrs, Covert as the advisor. The officers were
President ......,,....,.... ..,.,..,. R obert King
Vice President .......,...,....., Virginia Noel
Secretary-Treasurer ........ Ellen Gassman
Reporter .............,............ Shirley Farrell
One of the Student Council's most success-
ful projects was the crowning of the Home-
coming Queen, Betty Lou Stahl, by Alvin Schu-
bert, the football captain.
The Social Activities of the school are
scheduled by the Student Council. Several
speeches were made by the Council in order
that the building might be -kept cleaner, The
Student Council stressed courtesy in one as-
sembly and in another it had charge of Recog-
The Student Council sponsored several
dances after football games and they also
made arrangements for the Spring Prom.
The Fostoria Lumber 81 Supply
240 West North St. Phone: 727
Stroman Implement Company
l25 East Center St, Phone: 259i
SITTING: Betty Lou Stahl, Margaret Ebersole, Esther Ann Kieffer, Donna Wiseley, Marilyn
STANDING: Alvin Schubert, Tom Hissong, Margaret Fruth, Pat Lanning, Virginia Noel, Mary
Ellen Wells, Mrs. McKinney.
The National Honor Society was organized
in the nation approximately fifty years ago to
create enthusiasm for scholarship throughout
the schools, to encourage students to render
service to the school and community, to pro-
mote leadership and to develop strong char-
Recommendations for membership are
made by the faculty. A student must have a
scholarship average of B or above. Music,
plays, sports, class and club officers, cheer-
leader, volunteer service and church activi-
ties are considered with scholarship to be a
member of the Society.
Eight persons of the Senior class of l95O,
graduated as members of the Hancock Coun-
ty chapter of the National Honor Society.
Mrs. McKinney was the sponsor of our
In January, a social gathering was held
at Rawson for all members and initiates to
become better acquainted. In April, three
Juniors and one Senior from our school were
initiated into the society at a formal banquet
held at Vonlue. A meeting of the executive
committee of Hancock County was held at
the beginning of the year to make plans and
recommendations for the coming year.
Honest effort and hard labor are the pre-
requisites for becoming a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society. AII the members re-
ceive a pin which is a lighted torch, represent-
ing the four characteristics, scholarship, ser-
vice, Ieadership, and character.
To become a member of the Honor Society
is a challenge to all underclassmen to put
forth their best efforts, for it is what you do
in the present that determines your success
in the future.
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During the school year, each grade and
room had a l00 per cent enrollment in the
Junior Red Cross. Before Christmas we packed
fourteen boxes to be sent overseas to the un-
fortunate people of Europe. We plan to fill
just as many more boxes before the year is
over. Two representatives were chosen from
each class making twenty-four directors alto-
gether. The group worked under the guidance
of their sponsor, Ethel Cole.
The library has undergone another change
this past year concerning the grading system.
Six weeks grades are now given and every
librarian must work at least one period a day
to get his credit. There have been several
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the direction of the faculty librarian, Mrs.
Sharninghouse, and her assistant, Pat Lan-
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The Junior Class play "Dear Son," a three
act comedy, was presented April 28, l95O.
The play is centered around Lee Sheridan who
claims to be a rich student who goes to Albany
every week to see his parents. lt is later
discovered that he has no mother or father
and goes to Albany only to earn money for
his educatiom The play ends happily finding
Lee and Jean infatuated. No effort was
spared to make this the most outstanding hit
of our school year. The cast included Mary
Ellen Wells, Kathryn Marvin, Betty Lenhart,
Virginia Noel, Jeanette Jameson, Rex Cun-
ningham, Herbert Archibald, Charles King,
Robert Painter, and Tom Wentworth. The
play was under the direction of Mrs. lrene
Sharninghouse who was assisted by Beverly
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The Arcadia Chapter of the Future Home- tarian, Virginia Noel and Barbara Cramer,
makers of America was an active group under Student Council representatives.
the sponsorship of Miss Virginia Pepple. The We entertained the F. F. A. at a Christmas
following were elected as our officers: Donna Party on December l3.
Wiseley, president, Dorla Ann Diebley, vice Our formal initiation was held on January
president, Betty Lenhart, secretary, Mary l7, when thirteen Freshmen became F. H. A.
Ellen Wells, treasurer, Betty Lou Stahl, his- members.
torian, Ellen Gassman, reporter, Kathryn Mar- Our last event was the Mother and Daugh-
vin, song leader, Carol Breyman, parliamen- ter Banquet held in April.
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FIRST ROW: Neil Weaver, Rex Cunningham, Lloyd
Monday, Bob King, Mark Metzger, Ralph Marvin, John
Nou, Bob Painter.
SECOND ROW: Calvin D. Knight, Bill Fruth, Reid Hill,
Glen Saltzman, Richard Smith, Jim Steyer, Jerry Arras,
The Arcadia Chapter of Future Farmers
of America has a good start toward a very
prosperous year. Under the leadership and
direction of our officers and advisor, Mr.
Knight, the chapter has achieved many goals.
We entered a number of livestock and grain
exhibits along with a chapter float at the
Hancock County Fair.
The chapter sold greeting cards and pencils
to increase their financial status.
Four members took part in a livestock
discussion for the Farmer's Institute. We also
Harold Grine, Melvin Lenhart, Joe Diebley.
THIRD ROW: Wayne Smith, Ted Rader, Charles Kess-
Ier, Jim Warren, Bill Fleegle, Ray Burns, John Carter,
gave a radio program over WFIN. The chap-
ter gave a parliamentary procedure demon-
stration in assembly. The F.F.A. and F.H.A.
enjoyed their annual game supper this year
with plenty ot pheasant and rabbit.
We are planning our annual Parent and
Son Banquet with the state F.F.A. President
as our speaker. The Parliamentary Procedure
Team tried for top honors again this year.
We are also planning and working on our
booth for the Ohio State Fair exhibit for next
F. F. A. Officers
President ........................ Bob Painter
Vice President ............ Lloyd Monday
Secretary ......... ..... N eil Weaver
Treasurer ...... ......... R alph Marvin
Reporter ..... ..... R ex Cunningham
Sentinel ..... ............ B ob King
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The Girls' Glee Club is an organization
open to any high school girl who wants to
participate in musical activities.
The Glee Club has rendered its services to
the music program of the school this year by
assisting in an assembly program, the Christ-
mas Choir Festival, the Farmer's Institute, the
County Music Festival, and Baccalaureate
exercises, The girls met tor rehearsals twice
each week under the direction of Mrs. Mary
Payne. The group was accompanied by Carol
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BACK ROW: Virginia Noel, Lila Huysman, Pat Lanning, Beverly Damon, Mary Thompson, Kathryn Marvin.
Mary Ellen Wells.
FRONT ROW: Dorla Diebley, Donna June Damon,
PIANIST: Carol Reid.
The Girls Ensemble consisted ot nine girls tute, and the County Music Festival,
from the three upper classes. The Ensemble The Ensemble sang under the leadership
appeared in Assembly Programs, P, T. A., of Mrs. Payne and was accompanied by Carol
Christmas Choir Festival, the Farmer's lnsti- Reid.
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BOTTOM ROW: Betty Stahl, Mary Ellen Thompson,
Donna June Damon, Virginia Noel, Donna Gaertner,
Floyd Hissong, Glen Saltzman, Joe Diebley, Sue Ann
England, Carol Breyman, Kathryn Marvin, Mary Ellen
MIDDLE ROW: Imogene Thomas, Dorla Ann Diebley,
Lila Huysman, Norma Jean Nye, Raymond Burns, Jim
As the choir started its eleventh year, they
demonstrated their progress in musical per-
formance. The mixed choir has given many
musical numbers this year. The a Capella
singing ability of the group has been noticed.
They met every Monday and Friday with a
membership of forty. The choir has partici-
pated in Farmer's Institutte, County Choir
Festival, Christmas Program, P, T. A. and
The Christmas Choir Festival was held De-
cember 22, l949. It was a pageant in song
and story, called "Christmas the World
Around." The Primary, Intermediate, Junior
High, and Senior High School Choirs partici-
Patterson, John Carter, Bob Painter, Beverly Damon,
Ellen Gassman, Clara Buchanan, Pat Lanning, Esther
Ann Kieffer, Margaret Ebersole, Lavera Emerine.
THIRD ROW: Margaret Fruth, Donna Wiseley, Jeannette
Jameson, Alvin Schubert, Jack Huffman, Clarence Cain,
Duane Beamer, Jack Wheland, Ronald Mattox, Marion
Peters, Mrs. Payne
Farmers Institute was held on January 26th
and 27th, at which time the choir sang the
"Nocturne" ........................................ Frlblch
"l Got Shoes" ,............,.......... Negro Spiritual
The County Choir Festival was held April
I4 at the McComb High School with guest
conductors. All schools in the county partici-
pated. There was a select group from each
school. The Arcadia Choir presented the fol-
"Ifaca's Castle" ..,..........,.... Czeck Folk Song
"To Thee We Sing" .................... Peter Tkach
"You'lI Never Walk Alone" .............. Rodgers
The choir accompanist is Mary Weaver.
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The band received their new suits in Au-
gust. We are thankful to the Band Booster
Organization for the splendid work and in-
terest they showed in getting these uniforms.
The band performed in a contest among num-
erous High School Bands of the Northwest
District. This contest was held at the Clover
Farm Picnic at Riverside Park in Findlay on
Labor Day last Fall. We were able to win
fourth place in the contest. This was our first
appearance in our new uniforms. The band
also played at the Hancock County Fair one
evening. This performance was rained out.
We also performed at all the home football
games. We used various formations on the
field such as an "H" for the opposing team
meaning "Hello" and an "A" for our home
A small band, composed of advanced stu-
dents, played at the intermissions of a few
basketball games. A few of the selections
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were college marches such as Ohio State's
"Across the Field" and Notre Dame's "Vic-
We also appeared at P. T. A. and Farmers
Institute. We played in concert formation
on the stage for these occasions. A group of
selected students played at McComb in the
County Music Festival this spring. The twirl-
ers, Norma Ritter, Barbara Agnew and Jan-
ice Heinze, along with Ronnie Stahl, our drum
major, form splendid leadership for our band.
Their white and gold uniforms contrast very
well with the red and white of the band's.
The band members collected sales tax stamps
and purchased an American Flag and a school
flag. Later we bought an eagle for the top
of each pole.
The band members elected officers last fall.
They chose Bob Painter as their president,
Glen Saltzman, vice president, Beverly Da-
mon, secretary, and Ellen Gassman, treasurer.
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The Arcadia Orchestra is composed of
twenty-one members from the eighth grade
through high school. ln it are ten violins,
three clarinets, two trumpets, two trombones,
one tuba, one base drum and one snaredrum.
The Orchestra, under the direction of Mrs.
Payne, has played for several different pro-
grams such as the Senior Play, High School
Assembly, Junior Play, Farmers lnstitute,
Grade School Assembly, and the Commence-
ment exercises. A few of our selections have
been, "Across the Field", and "Shoulder to
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Shoulder" which are marches, "ln a Garden",
which is a serenade, and "Barcelona", a Span-
The Orchestra practiced twice a week,
Tuesday and Friday, according to a rotating
schedule set up on class time. The orchestra
was accompanied by Carol Reid at the piano.
We are proud of our orchestra and enjoy
listening to music featuring the string instru-
ments. Arcadia is one of the few schools in
the county that can claim having an orchestra
in addition to a band.
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MANAGERS: Lanny Semler, Jack Wheland, Neil Weaver
FIRST ROW: Bob King, John Ridenour, Clarence Cain,
Bill Fleegle, Duane Beamer, Herbert Archibald,'Eldon
Fisher, Alvin Schubert.
SECOND ROW: Thomas Wentworth, Ray Burns, Harold
September 9: The Redskins opened their sea-
son by playing Carey at Donnell Stadium
in the football preview. We came home
with a 7-O defeat.
September 16: We played North Baltimore
on our home field. We were defeated 20-O.
September 23: Our team traveled to Arling-
ton to be overwhelmed 47-O.
September 30: Liberty came here only to be
defeated 2O-6 by the Arcadia Redskins.
October 7: The Blanchard Purple Hurricanes
defeated our team 13-12. The spectators
found this game to be thrilling to the very
October 14: We grappled with Cory-Rawson
on their home field in a close game result-
ing in a 6-6 tie.
October 21: Our team traveled to Vanlue to
Grine, Neil Breyman, Rex Cunningham, Ron Mattox,
Larry Myers, Russell Clark, Kenny Gaertner.
THlRD ROW: Coaches--Richard Reis and Vaughn Blau-
velt, Marion Peters, Melvin Lenhart, Richard Kelley,
Joe Diebley, Bob Good, Jim Ebersole, Jim Warren.
defeat them 32-12. This gave us 2 wins,
one tie and 2 defeats.
October 27: Homecoming! We defeated Van
Buren 2O-l2 to make the ceremony quite
successful after crowning Betty Stahl
homecoming queen. This night was also
celebrated as Dad and Mother's night.
November 4: We ended our football season by
losing to McComb 46-13. Those who fin-
ished the football season as Seniors are
Clarence Cain, Bob King, Alvin Schubert,
and Eldon Fisher. Mr. Richard Reis served
his first year as head coach with Mr.
Vaughn Blauvelt as his assistant. Together
these men were able to produce a team
with football knowledge and with a hope
and determination to be winners. They
helped the team to build a respectable
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STANDING: Mark Metzger, Duane Beamer, Bill Fleegle,
Jack Huffman, Larry Myers, Bob King.
KNEELING: Clarence Cain, Coach Richard Reis.
November 23--The basketball season was opened by
playing Mt. Blanchard in a non-league game on our
home floor. We won both games, with a varsity score
of 39-24 and a reserve score of 30-10.
November 25-We traveled to Bloomdale to play them
in our second non-league game. The varsity won their
game 51-32 with the reserves losing 44-34.
December 2-We played Vanlue on their home floor.
This non-league game was thrilling to the very end
with our varsity losing 32-31, while the reserves won
December 9-ln our first league game of the year we
met Arlington on our home floor. We were unable to
obtain a victory in either game. The varsity team
lost 49-36 and the reserves lost 34-16.
December '16-We were able to defeat Liberty on their
floor by scoring 52 points to their 41 in the varsity game.
The reserves also won with a 31-18 tally.
December 27-Our team met the Findlay Reserves on
their floor only to be defeated 32-19.
January 3-We traveled to Amsden on this evening to
defeat them 46-41 in the varsity game, with the re-
serves winning 22-17.
January 10-We went to Mt. Blanchard to meet them
in a league game this time. We were able to come
home with a varsity win 54-30 and a reserve win of
January 13--Cory-Rawson came here to compete in an
exciting game which was completed only after a three-
minute overtime. The end of the game found the teams
with 53 points each. At the end of the overtime the
score was 61-57 in Cory-Rawson's favor. Our reserves
lost by a score of 35-30.
January 20-We met Vanlue at home in a league game
to defeat them 52-43. Our reserves lost by 45-40.
January 27-We played Van Buren on their floor to
defeat them with a close score of 61-57. The reserves
came home with a 39-24 victory.
February 3-In the last league game of the season we
traveled to McComb. We were defeated by a disappoint-
ing 66-41. The reserves lost by a close score of 32-30.
February '10-St. Wendelin was our opponent in a non-
league game. We played on their home floor only to
be defeated 60-45. The reserves won their game 34-32.
February 16-Tournament, at last! For what turned out
to be the most exciting game of the year we drew un-
defeated McComb. By this time we had four wins and
three losses out of our seven league games. The team
went to Findlay with determination and a hope of win-
ning. The game was a close race all the time with Ar-
cadia leading except once at the beginning of the game.
The boys' teamwork and fine playing upset McComb
February 24-Our second game of the tournament was
with Vanlue. Competition was close to the end of the
game, with Vanlue beating 35-32.
KNEELING: Joe Diebley, Neil Breymon, Russell Clark, Raymond Burns, Lloyd Monday.
STANDING: Mr. Reis, Alvin Schubert, Ronald Mottox, John Nou, James Ebersole, Lanny
Semler, Neil Weaver.
Our Reserve basketball team is composed
primarily of boys who have set a goal for
themselves . . . to master basketball. Our
physical education classes furnish training for
the maintenance of healthy bodies, but these
boys have the some advantage in basketball
plus the hope of playing so well that they may
be skillfull enough players to be members of
the varsity team. Their season's record of
seven games won and five lost gives us hope
of having a good team next year.
The Junior High team was a group of boys
keenly interested in learning basketball and
in winning ball games. Their fine spirit could
not be destroyed by their record for the seo-
son of four games won and five lost.
KNEELING: Harold Nye, La Verne Snyder, Lewis Campbell, James Steyer, Floyd Hissong, Bill
Diebley, Jerry Gaertner.
STANDING: James Blake, Robert Good, James Warren, John Carter, John Howe, Glen
Saltzman, Mr. Blauvelt.
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Five Cheerleaders were chosen again this
For the l9-49-l95O football and basketball
seasons five cheerleaders were chosen to lead
the yells. Some new yells were introduced to
odd more pep to the cheering
Some of the favorite yells were F I ght
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of their loyal support of our school, they deserve your serious con-
sideration when you plan to buy.
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Bishopis Sanitary Cleaner .,.. ,
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