Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)
- Class of 1952
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The Senior Class of 1952 respectfully dedi-
cates this Arcadian to Mr. I. C. Kieffer, our
teacher and superintendent. After thirty-six
years of faithful- service, Mr. Kieffer is retiring
from the teaching profession. He began his
career in l9l4 at old No. 4, sometimes called
the Hosler School, two miles north of Arcadia.
Then for two years he taught in the old school
building in Arcadia, in the third room, called
the grammar room, made up of grades six,
seven, and eight. In 1918 his teaching career
was interrupted for service overseas with the
Marines in World War I. In 1920 he taught for
one year in high school in the old buildingffol-
lowecl by two more years in high school in the
present building. In September of 1924 he be-
came Superintendent and has continued in that
capacity to the present time.
I His first college work was a summer term at
Ohio University in 1914. He later attended
Bowling Green and Findlay Colleges. In 1924
he graduated with a B. S. in Education from
Ohio Northern University. His graduate work
was done at Chicago University and at Ohio
State University from which he received the de-
gree of Master of Arts in 1936.
We do not know how to measure accurately
the value of a lifetime of teaching, but we do
know that a whole lifetime devoted in such full
measure to the best training of young people
of a community must have a tremendous con'
structive influence upon the life of that commun-
ity. May the lives of his students bring a firm
conviction to Mr. Kieffer that his job has been
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SEATED, Clara Buchanan, Ellen Gassrnan, Shirley Russell,
Glen Saltzman, Duane Beamer, Donna Gaertner, Mr. Groth.
SECOND ROW: Donna Iunf: Dornan, lanet Ziossler, Elnora
Kave, lanet Bees, Pat Emerine, Shirlee Farrell, Virginia
The Senior class of "SZ" hopes that this year-
book, the 1952 Arcadian, meets the approval
of its readers and will merit the mark of suc-
cess. Some rearrangements and a few changes
have been made.
The aim of the l952 Arcadian is to develop
the personalities of the students and faculty of
the school. Because one soon forgets, this year-
book will serve as a reminder of old friends
and of interesting events that have happened
during the school year.
The sale of Annuals was conducted by a new
method this year. Each of the upper eight
grades was a team. The fifth grade won the
contest and was awarded a dinner.
For the sixth year Mr. Groth was our advisor.
Again this year the luniors assisted the
Seniors. Needed experience was gained by the
luniors, so that next year they might publish
a new and improved annual.
The following are staff members:
Beamer, Kay Kieffer, Shirley Lenhart, Marilyn Plotts.
THIRD ROW: Neil Weaver, Floyd Hissonq, Reid Hill, Iohn
Carter, lames Steyer, lack Wheland, Richard Smith, Robert
Good, Larry Myers, Lanny Semler, lohn Bushonq.
Shirley Russell Glen Saltzman
Kay Kieffer Shirley Lenhart
Elnora Kave lanet Boes
' Clara Buchanan
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SITTING: Lester Corbin, vice-president, Clyde Pepple, Dorotha lvtengert, clerk
STANDING' Robert Painter Frank Saltzman, Robert Beamer, president.
This has been a year of more than the usual
amount ot work tor our Board of Education.
They have had the responsibility of exercising
intelligent foresight in their decisions in con-
nection with the new addition to our building.
At the same time they have continued to sup
port school policies which enable our school to
remain on the lists ot the appropriate accredit
ing agencies. Mrs. Mengert has continued the
efficient handling of her duties.
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Training: B.S. in Education, M.A.
Llcllcxges: Ohio Northern University, Ohio
Experience: 36 years Arcadia Community
I-lobby: Playing Croquet
Children: One daughter, one son
Charley E. Groth
BS. in Education, M.S. in Edu-
Ohio State University, Bowling
Experience: 4 years Marion Township, I9
Subiects: Science, Mathematics
Children: One daughter, two sons
Homeroorn: Grade 1
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 4 years Wood
County: 3 years East
Cleveland: 1 year Mt.
Blanchardg 7 years Arcadia
Subiects: First Grade
Children: One son
1-lomeroom: Grades l and 2
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 3 years Monclova
5 years Arcadia
Subiectsz First and second
Homeroom: Grade 2
Colleges: Bowling Green State
Universityg Ohio State
Experience: 1 year Seneca
County: 19 years Arcadia
Subjects: Second Grade
Homeroom: Grade 3
Training: B.S. in Education
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 5 years Arcadia
Subiectsz Third Grade
Children: One daughter, two
1-lomeroom: Grade 4
Experience: 11 years Seneca
County: 12 years Arcadia
Subiectsz Fourth Grade
l-lobby: Sewing, gardening
MAY VAN BLARCUM
Homeroom: Grades 4 and 5
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 4 years Wood
County: 3 years Milford
Exempted Village: 4 years
Subiects: Fourth and fifth
Hobbies: Gardening, reading
Children. One daughter
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Homeroom: Grade 5
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 2 years Biglick
Township: l year Seneca
Countyg 25 years Arcadia
Subtects: Fifth grade
Homeroom: Grade 6
Experience: 2 years Arcadia
Subjects: All except music
Hobbies: Sports, model making
Children: Two sons
Homeroom: Grade 7
Training: B.S. in Education
Colleges: Bowling Green State
Bliss College Normal
Experience: 5 years Guernsey
County: l year Belmont
County: 1 year Summit
County: lU years Arcadia
Children: One daughter, one
Homeroom: Grade 8
College: Findlay College
Experience: l year Arcadia
Homeroom: Grade lO
Training: B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Experience: l year Richman
dale: l year Chatfield:
l year Mt. Cory:
7 years Arcadia
Subtects: Dramatics, English
Children: One daughter
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Horneroom: Grade ll
College: Fairmont State
College, West Virginiag
West Virginia University
Experience: I year New
Washington: l year
Subiectsz Physical Education
Hobby: Detective stories
Children: Two sons
Homeroom: Grade l2
Colleges: Findlay College:
Bowling Green State
Experience: l year Oakwood:
I year Cygnet, 7 years
Leesville: 6 years Arcadia
Subiects: History, Industrial
Arts, Physical Education
Children: One son
Training: B.S. in Education
College: Bowling Green State
Experience: 5 years Arcadia
Subjects: Home Economics,
Hobbies: Sewing, Crafts
Training: B.S. in Agriculture
College: Ohio State University
Experience: 3 years Arcadia
Children: One daughter
Training: B.M., M.A.
College: Ohio Wesleyan
University: Ohio State
Experience: l year Arcadia
Subjects: Instrumental and
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Class Officer l,2,3,45 Football
l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45
Orchestra l,2,35 Annual Staff
3,45 Operetta L5 Class Play
3,45 Speech Choir 35 All'
county Choir 3.
Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club
l,2, 35 Girls' Ensemble 3,45
Orchestra l5 Class Officer 35
F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Annual Staff
3, 45 Library Staff 45 Class
Play 45 Concession Manager
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Speech Choir 3.
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Orchestra l,2,3,45 Girls' Glee
l,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Band l,25
Girls' Ensemble 45 Operetta
1,35 Class Play 35 Speech
Choir 35 Annual Staff 45 F.H.
A. l,2,3,45 Senior Girls' Quar-
DONNA IUNE DAMON
Annual Staff 3,45 E.l'l.A. l,2,
3,45 F.l'l.A, Officer 3,45 Girls'
Glee l,2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,
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Ensemble 2,3,45 Operetta l,35
Speech Choir 35 Class Play 3,
45 Student Council 35 Class
Officer lp Senior Girls' Quartet
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Allecounty Choir 3,4.
Girls' Glee l,2,3,45 Choir 3,45
Girls' Ensemble 45 Operetta
l,35 Class Play 45 F.l-l.A. 1,2,
3,45 Speech Choir 3.
SUE ANN ENGLAND
Girls' Glee l,2,3,45 Choir Z,3,
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l,2,3,45 Operetta 1,35 Library
Staff 2,3,45 Annual Staff 35
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Speech Choir 37 FFA l,2,3,47
Stage Manager 3,47 Iunior Red
Cross 37 Class Officer 37 Movie
FHA l,2,3,47 Girls' Glee l,2,37
Choir 2,47 Honor Society 3,47
Annual Staff 3,47 Operetta l7
Class Play 47 Concession
Manaqer 47 Speech Choir 37
County Music Festival 2,3,4.
Annual Staff 3,47 Girls' Glee
Club l,2p Choir 2,3,47 Band
2,3,47 Orchestra l,2,3,47 FHA
l, 2, 3, 47 FHA Officer 2,47
Cheerleader 2,37 Operetta l,37
Class Play 3,47 Speech Choir
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Annual Staff 3,47 Football 4'
Basketball lj Class Play 3,47
Speech Choir 37 Student Coun-
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Class Officer l,47 Girls' Glee
l,2,3,47 Operetta 1.37 Choir
2,3,47 FHA l,2,3,47 Class Play
3,47 Girls' Glee Officer 47 En-
semble Z,3,47 Speech Choir 37
County Music Festival 2,3,4,
Annual Staff 3,47 Library Staff
2, 3, 47 Operetta 1,37 Class
Officer l7 Girls' Ensemble 47
Girls' Glee Club l,2,3,47 FHA
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Honor Society 3,4.
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1,2,3,45 All County Choir 3,45
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F.H.A. Officer 2,35 F.H.A. 2,3,
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2,35 Class Play 35 Ensemble
Editor of Yearbookp Annual
Stall 345 Class Officer 1,25
Student Council 3,45 F.1'l.A.
l,2, 3, 45 PHA. Officer 3,45
Girls' Glee Club l,2,35 Oper-
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STANDING: Neil Weaver, Bill Fruth, Reid Hill, Kay Kieffer, Ellen Gassman, Sue Ann England.
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It was with a feeling of great anticipation and
satisfaction that a small group of children entered
into their school career as first-graders in Septem-
ber, 1940. This class was the future graduating
class of 1952. Upon reaching the end. of our first
year in school, We had our graduation exercises,
in which we had the distinction of Wearing caps
and capes at our miniature commencement, in
May, 1941, along with the Seniors. This was a big
moment in our lives, for we felt we were really
growing up when we were handed our diplomas.
The first six years of our school career hurried
by, while we lost many of our members, and also
acquired a number of new ones. While in the fifth
and sixth grades, a number of us took part in the
Elementary Chorus. ln the sixth grade, we took
part in the operetta "Peter Rabbit."
Advancing to the seventh grade, We found our-
selves going higher in our school career -up-
stairs, with the upper classmen. Our class felt very
proud of themselves when we got to enter a num-
ber of boys in lunior High Basketball.
The one main event of the eighth grade was the
State tests. During the year we enjoyed a number
of class parties-with chaperones, much to our
When we finally entered high school, we felt we
had really reached a milestone in our lives. We
were officially christened "Freshmen" when we
were initiated by the Sophomores. We then as-
sumed the role of High School members and
elected the following officers: President, Donna
Damon, Vice President, Duane Beamer, Secre-
taries, Don Smith and Lila Huysmany Treasurer,
Shirley Russell, Reporter, Elnora Kaveg and Stu-
dent Council Representatives, Ellen Gassman and
lohn Ridenour, We chose the Red Rose as our
Class flower, the colors, Blue and Gold, and for
our Class Motto, "He Conquers Who Enduresf'
Many of us took part in the operetta, "Words and
Music." Our class showed outstanding abilities-
in the fields of sports and in the arts of music.
The Spring Prom found many young dancers from
the Freshman class, entering into the first great
event of their social world.
Continuing our High School career, we found
ourselves Sophomores the next fall. We had the
satisfaction of entertaining the entire High School
at our first High School party given in November,
1949. To our amazement, it was a roaring suc-
cess. We enjoyed "treating" the poor Freshmen
"Greenies" to a lively initiation-much to their
dismay! For our class officers we chose Iohn
Ridenour, President, Duane Beamer, Vice Presi-
dent, Shirley Russell, Secretary and Reporter: lack
Wheland, Treasurerg and Ellen Gassman and
Wayne Smith, Student Council.
As the lunior Class of 1950-51, we assumed a
much heavier load as students of Arcadia High
School. We were honored to be able to help the
Seniors publish the 1951 "Arcadian." We had
seven distinguished members on the National
Honor Society. Presenting the Broadway hit "Dear
Ruth," our class play, was our first attempt to
show our dramatic ability. lt proved very success-
ful. Many of the class took part in the operetta,
"Gypsy Rover." Ordering our class rings was an
exciting event which everyone had looked forward
to. The lunior Class entertained the Senior gradu-
ating class at the Iunior-Senior Banquet held at the
Civic Nic-Nac on May 11, 1951. Under the leader-
ship of Duane Beamer, Presidentg Neil Weaver,
Vice President, Virginia Beamer, Secretary and
Reporterg Billy Fruth, Treasurer: and Shirley Rus-
sell and Neil Weaver as representatives to Student
Council, we completed a very profitable year.
Seniors-at last! We entered upon the final part
of our school career. The first event of the year
was the Senior Play "Good Housekeeping,"
which was given November 3 and 5, 1951. We
entertained the High School at a party in Decem-
ber. Publishing the 1952 "Arcadian" proved to be
a big undertaking, but it was accomplished suc-
cessfully. Mr. Blauvelt has been our class sponsor
throughout our four years in high school. Leading
the Seniors as officers of our last year in school
are-President, Duane Beamerg Vice President,
Neil Weaver: Secretary, Lila Huysmanp Treasurer,
Werner Lemke, Reporter, Kay Kieffer: and Student
Council Representatives, Shirley Russell and lack
Wheland. The luniors honored us' at the Iunior-
Senior Banquet in May. Baccalaureate Services
were held Sunday, May 18, with Rev. Fred Ross
as the speaker. Commencement Exercises were
held the 24th of May. Dr. Tennyson Guyer gave
the address. Of the twenty-nine students who
started school here in the first grade, only ten
finished the twelve years together.
Now that we have completed our high school
career, we want to set forth into new Worlds of
experiences and duties fortified with the knowl-
edge acquired during the past twelve years. May
we be found to be young men and women ade-
quately mature mentally and socially for our
years so that We can strive successfully to follow
our motto+"HE CONOUERS WHO ENDURES."
-Donna lune Damon
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Looking back o'er memories dear,
So many things have disappeared
From grade school, and those childhood days
From September on through May.
Yet year by year we grow and strive
For better things to do through lite,
The friends we've made and left behind,
The teachers with their hearts so kind.
Through clubs and plays and studies past
We did so much, but yet so tastg
Those days that were so dear and blest
Are gone iorever like the rest.
G-oing o'er the path we've trod
On and on to higher sod,
Opportunities and careers,
Stand wide open through the years.
From now on we're on our own
So let's go on with what we know,
To build our lives and to be strong
And build the peace tor which we've longed.
With the help and love ot God
We'll' go on down the path we've trod
For all the glory, laud, and honor
For he who endures shall also conquer.
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We, the Senior Class, of Arcadia High School,
in this year of 1952, being of sound mind and
body, will the following traits, characteristics,
oddities, and possessions to whomever it may
To the Iunior Class, we will our quiet ways
and modest manners. Do they need them'??
To the Sophomore Class, we will the ability
to get into trouble.
To the Freshmen Class, we will the chance
to grow up.
Donna Iune Damon wills her blonde hair to
Carol Kuhn. Might need a little peroxide, Carol.
Shirley Russell wills her ability to get the car
whenever she wants it to Pat Emerine. Now
you won't have to hitch-hike, Pat.
Neil Weaver wills his height to Ioe Steyer.
You won't have to jump for the ball now, Ioe.
Doris Street bequeaths her typing accuracy
to Larry Myers. Now we'll have less broken
Donna Gaertner wills her ability to flirt with
the boys to Mary Dicken. Don't get too many
on the string!
Gene Wedge wills his variety of girl friends
to Iim Woodward. Now you can have a change,
Sue England wills her quiet ways to Shirley
Lenhart. Don't misuse them, Shirley.
Clara Buchanan leaves her place in the Sen-
ior Quartet to lim Warren. Let's make good use
of it, lim.
Ted Rader wills his fast talking to lanet Boes.
Let's slow down a little, lanet,
Kay Kieffer wills her locker to any girl that
has a boyfriend who will hold it up.
Donna Mae Eisenhauer bequeaths her ath-
letic ability to Peggy Fox.
Reid Hill bequeaths his ability to sleep in
literature class to Floyd Hissong. Let's not
To Carol Kieffer goes Lila Huysman's numer-
ous blushes. Don't have a red face all the time.
Evangeline Ross Wills her natural curly hair
to Shirlee Farrell. Take good care of it.
Duane Beamer Wills his position as class pres-
ident to anyone who has plenty of time, plenty
of patience, and plenty of aspirins.
Elnora Kave wills her boy friends in Lima to
anybody who frequently visits there.
Billy Fruth bequeaths his ability to run the
picture machine to anyone who has enough
skill to do it.
lack Wheland wills his ability to skip school
to Lanny Semler. Let's not get caught the next
Virginia Beamer wills her numerous boy
friends to Marilyn Plotts. Now you can have
more variety, Marilyn.
Werner Lemke wills his scholastic ability to
Carl Ziessler. Now you won't have to study,
Ellen Gassman wills her brown eyes to Ianet
Ziessler. Now they'll match your hair.
We therefore sign, seal, and deliver this, our
last will and testament.
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This year under the direction of Mrs. Irene
Sharninghouse, the Seniors produced a very
successful play entitled "Good Housekeeping".
What happens in a normal American family
when Mother-armed with a big psychology
book-sets out to get everybody happy? When
Mother is the imaginative Marian Burnett, the
answer is pandemonium.
Dignified Father, president of the state uni-
versity, is paraded down Main Street on the
shoulders of four girl cheerleaders and drawn
into a clash with the local political boss, daugh-
ters Chris and Katy almost lose their boy
friends, and Marian her happy home.
But underneath the commotion and laughter,
illuminating them with understanding and sym-
pathy, is the warm story of a youthful and
attractive woman, who with teen-age daughters
and a tyrant in the kitchen finds herself no
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longer needed by her family. That problem is
grave enough to make a tragedy, but because
the Burnetts love each other and are not afraid
to stand toe-to-toe and slug out their difficulties
in family argument, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Marian Burnett .... . . .Lila Huysman
Charles Burnett .... .... D uane Beamer
Christine Burnett. . . . : . .Barbara Fillhart
Edward West ..... .... W erner Lemke
Katy Burnett .... .... K ay Kieffer
Nat Kahn ..... ...... B eid Hill
lim O'Neal ..... ..... I ack Wheland
Mrs. Benson ...... ..... D onna Damon
Drum Majorette ........... Ellen Gassman
Cheerleaders Virginia Beamer, Donna
Eisenhauer, Donna Gaertner
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North Sandusky Street, Tiffin
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On a warm spring day in May of 1962, I en-
tered Grand Central Station to board the
"Speedway Limited", the train which was
bound for that great metropolitan city of Ar-
As I boarded the train, who should I see but
a former classmate, LILA HUYSMAN, now the
wife of the world-famous millionaire, Ranny
Rogers. She seemed to be happy with her new
position as the Woman's Social Leader of the
Upon arriving at the Nickel Plate Terminal in
Arcadia, I saw TED RADER, new owner and
manager of the Nickel Plate Railroad. It seems
Ted is so rich he doesn't know whether to buy
out Ali Kahn or to buy the B Gt O Railroad.
As I walked down Main Street, I saw a large
neon sign which read, UWERNER LEMKE, M. D."
I was quite interested, so I walked into his large
waiting room, which was a beautiful sight to
behold. His waiting room was filled to capacity.
His nurse, much to my surprise, was DONNA
EISENHAUER. She helped me find a chair and
I sat down to wait my turn to see Dr. Lemke.
While I waited I had the opportunity of listen-
ing to Arthur Godfrey's morning radio program.
The next song was "Daddy's Little Girl," sung
by the "Seniorettes". The members of this quar-
tet were none other than CLARA BUCHANAN,
VIRGINIA BEAMER, DONNA IUNE DAMON,
and SUE ENGLAND. They also appear on God-
frey's television show and have gained world-
wide fame. They have won every type of quar-
tet-singing contest. After this song there was a
pause for station identification when I was
amazed to learn that station IERK was owned
by IACK WHELAND. lack has made his money
by selling strawberry flavored potato chips.
ELLEN GASSMAN is his chief adviser and
SHIRLEY RUSSELL is his personal secretary.
Donna then informed me that it was my turn
to see the doctor. As I walked into his spacious
office, I noted the clean ultra-modern equipment.
"At,the Traffic Light in Arcadia"
Bob and Thelma Nunn, Prop.
Dinners-Short Orders-Soda Bar
We immediately began to discuss our former
classmates who were not living in Arcadia.
I was very happy to learn that Captain
DUANE BEAMER was doing well after his hitch
in the Coast Guard and now he is Commander
of a fleet of shrimp boats.
The largest library building in the world can
be found in Arcadia. Yes, you guessed it. Our
classmate, KAY KIEFFER, is Head Librarian.
She is noted for her fine Children's Hour which
h,as recently been televised over station RKD.
EVANGELINE ROSS is now president of the
Nurses Training School here in Arcadia. Dr.
Lemke says her nurses are the best-trained
nurses in the world.
ELNORA KAVE is now the head of the Com-
mercial Colleges of America. This is a group of
well-organized commercial schools of America
whose graduates are of the highest standard.
Our conversation drifted on to other class-
mates. REID HILL is now head of The Inter-
national Hog Producer's Association. It seems
that he has been able to produce the largest
hogs on record and BILL FRUTH has also broken
records by producing the most grain per acre.
DORIS STREET is working for Dr. Lemke as
I-lead of Pediatrics. Doris has always had the
ability to hum and sing soft tunes. She now
puts the children to sleep in the hospital.
NEIL WEAVER has almost achieved his goal
as President of the Amalgamated Rabbit Pro-
ducers Association of America. He is the C I O
Representative from Ohio and is the leading
contender for the nomination for President of
the A. F. of L. I-le had gained his fame through
his ability in debate.
GENE WEDGE has worked his way to the top
as a movie star. He still has the same old diffi-
culty of keeping the girls away.
As I bade farewell to Dr. Lemke, I went back
to my career as the one and only authority on
excuses for Seniors to skip school.
Donna E. Gaertner
Clifford E. Snyder
Ford Service 0 General Repairing
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Werner . . .
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Around Pretty Girls.
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Falling down .
Voice lessons .
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Digesting stories . .
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Horse Ranch Owner
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U. S. President
Hot Rod Racer
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Reporter. . . . . . Mary Weaver
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President ......... .... D avid Corbin
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Secretary ...... . . Barbara Good
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Reporter .... ...... I im Woodward
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Motto .... . ."Today Decides Tomorrow"
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THIRD ROW: Patty Breymarf, Paul Thompson, Patsy Conley,
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FIFTH ROW: Rosemary Kitchen, Merle Lieb, Lester Fruth,
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SIXTH ROW: Yale Goodwin, Bill Eisaman, Dorothy Par-
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SIXTH ROW: Betty Bame, Ralph Kelley, Bobby Farrell, Dave
Cardwell, Gary Woodruff, Ierry Woodward.
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SECOND ROW: Gene Eisaman, Lou Ann Seever, Derol
Painter, Betty Io Switzer, Danny Dulgar, Shelby Brooks,
THIRD ROW: Carol Treece, Ioyce Ritter, Albert Brcmdeberry,
Arlene Walter, Betty Lou Copsey, Bob Fox, Linda Myers.
FOURTH ROW: Bonnie Minard, Scott Philo, Nancy Keegan,
National Automotive Fibres. Inc.
Betty Lou Blue, Annabelle Kessler, Tommy Springer, Sue
FIFTH ROW: Clair Cook, Shirley Brooks, Gordon Fruth,
Karen Sue Greer, Dale Swartz, Rosemary Conine, Bob
SIXTH ROW: Martha Robinson, Gerald Gaertner, Iudy
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SECOND ROW: Barbara Van Driest, Kenneth Lenhart, Carol
Monday, Larry Diebley, Diana Conley, Mark Plesec, Anne
Tl-IRD ROW: Owen Ziessler, Sally Binger, Larry Ryman,
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FIFTH ROW: Shirley Ponn, Ioyce Lieb, Darlene Bricker, Ted
Walters, Iudy Gassman, Wyneta Fox.
NEW: lim Walsh.
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Betty Collins, Bobby Steyer, Melanie Peters, Ioan Reid.
SECOND ROW: Karen Spearman, Sonny Springer, Norma
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SECOND ROW: Darlene Shaull, Marilyn Rainey, Sharon
Dillery, Sandra Iacolay, Melvin Brooks, Patricia Arnet, Carl
THIRD ROW: Tommy Hill, Sharon Henqsteller, Pamela Mc-
Gouqh, Gene Walters. Susan Morrison, Ianice Lieb, Lana
FOURTH ROW: Mildred Noel, Larry Leonard, Paul Brande-
berry, Gerald Kessler, Imas Barnes, Gary Stillberqer, Iames
FIFTH ROW: Ianet Noel, Carolyn Marvin, Iudy Collins,
Ellen Grine. Sue Ann Moore, Ronnie Vitt.
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Marilyn Frankart, Ronald Reuter, Joe Woodward, James Desqranges.
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THIRD ROW: Iudtth Elsea, Denms Kromer, Beverly Hahn
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FOURTH ROW: Dale Fox, Iamce Tesnow, Roseann Swartz,
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THIRD ROMI: Marvin Bernal, Dian Stillberger, Gene Huff,
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FOURTH ROW: Mary Ann Thomas, Dick Nolan, Virginia
Garcia, Galen Roth, Rhoda Perkins, Dennis King.
FIFTH ROW: Leanne Brandeberry, Larry McGough, Dian
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The M. D. Neil Lumber Co.
Quality Lumber and Millwork
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SECOND ROW: Marilyn Hile, Georqe Fruth, Bonnie Thomas,
john Grossman, Barbara Noel, Richard Steyer, Doris Treece.
THIRD ROW: Glenn Farmer, lane Nichols, lames Fruth,
Maxine Good, Dale Ross, Duane Hile, Allen Huffman.
FOURTH ROW: Thomas
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FIFTH ROW: Bobbie Hill,
ABSENT: Edward Locano.
Hancock Hybrids. Inc.
Certified Hybrid Seed Corn
Wheat, Oats, and Soybeans
Phone 3493 Findlay, Ohio
TOP ROW: Paula Reinhard, Karen Morrison, David Mellot.
Patricia Hummel, Ivan Fox, Marcia McCracken, Lou Ellen
SECOND ROW: Tommy Noel, Martha Peters, Nancy Ander-
son, Raymond Garcia, Lana Io Wiseley, Dale Bowman,
THIRD ROW: Billy Minard, Mary Loth, Donald Dreisbach.
Heril Iones Company
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STANDING: Reid Hill, Ronald Stall, lanet Ziessler, Betty Fruth. Shirley Rainey, Iack Wheland,
Carl Zlessler, Lewis Campbell, Harold Nye, Neil Weaver.
The Student Council of the year 1951-52 was composed of fourteen members:
two from each of the upper four grades, two from the F. H. A., two from the F.
F. A., and two from our new club, the Varsity A. The following were elected
President ........ .... S hirley Russell
Vice President ....... .... R obert Good
Secretary-Treasurer ..... .... C arol Kieffer
Reporter ................................... Barbara Good
Our first important event was the Homecoming, October 26. The crowning
of the Queen, Ellen Gassman, took place at halftime of the Van Buren-Arcadia
football game. The attendants were: Freshmen-Lloyd Thomas, Rita Grine,
Sophomores-Sharlet Cook, Bill Peters, luniors-Shirlee Farrell, Floyd Hissong,
Seniors-Barbara F illhart, lack Wheland.
The Student Council planned the schedule for the high school parties
throughout theyear and also sponsored a few dances after the ball games. The
Student Council took charge of two high school assemblies, one of which was
Recognition Day, a day all students look forward to. We also sponsored a
"Good English" campaign.
1' We made arrangements for a Spring Prom which was held in May.
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man, Kay Kieffer, Mrs. Wykoff, Evangeline Ross.
STANDING: Ianet Boes, Donna Gaertner, Shirley Rainey,
The Hancock County Chapter of the National
Honor Society was started in 1946. Its charter
members from Arcadia were Alan Kieffer,
Iuanita Knepper, Mary Nickelson, Lucille
Shaull, Alice Saltzman and Irene Huffman.
Since that time the students have strived to
achieve the honor of becoming a member of
this National organization.
To become a member of this organization one
must excel in character, scholarship, leadership,
and service. We have the honor of having sev-
en Seniors graduating this year in National
Honor Society. They are Werner Lemke, Donna
Gaertner, Donna Iune Damon, Shirley Russell,
Ellen Gassman, Kay Kieffer, and Evangeline
Three social meetings and a banquet were
held this year. The first social meeting of the
Hancock County Honor Society was held at
Vanlue November 7, 1951. During the evening
the students from the other county schools en-
joyed the evening by playing "get acquainted
games," active games, and best of all a "truth
The Fostoria Lumber and Supply
240 W. North St.-Phone 727
Werner Lemlce, Iohn Carter, Iames Steyer, Floyd Hissonq,
and Glen Saltzman.
Afterwards, delicious refreshments were
served and the time was spent in conversation.
These social meetings are valuable because
we are able to meet students from other schools
and compare our school and school subjects
The next meeting was held at McComb
Ianuary 23, 1952. This meeting was also spent
in games after which delicious refreshments
The banquet is held each spring. This year
the banquet was held at Mt. Cory-Rawson. Each
year after the banquet new members are formal-
ly initiated, there is election of officers and we
listen to an address. After the returns from the
election were read, we had the group pictures
taken of the Junior and Senior groups. It is at
this time that the new members receive their
pins and membership cards.
The Iunior members of the Honor Society
from Arcadia this year were Iames Steyer, Iohn
Carter, Floyd Hissong, Glen Saltzman, Shirley
Rainey, and Ianet Boes.
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SEATED: Mr. Knight, Adviser, Ioe Steyer, Sentinel: Reid
Hill, Treasurerg lim Warren, Vice-President, Kay Kieffer,
Chapter Sweetheart, Glen Saltzman, President, Gene
Wedge, Reporter, lim Steyer, Secretary.
SECOND ROW: Lloyd Thomas, Larry Walsh, David Corbin,
The Arcadia F. F. A. chapter was an active
group under the sponsorship of Calvin D. Knight
and the chapter otticers. To start the year we
attended the State F. F. A. Convention and Iudq-
ing Contest at Ohio State University. Two of our
members, Glen Saltzman and Bob Painter,
played in the All-Ohio F. F. A. Band. During
the summer we organized a sottball team and
ended the season with a 3-3 record. We put up
a safety display in the First National Bank at
Findlay in observation ot F. F. A. Safety Week.
ln August, two ot our members, lohn Carter and
Glen Saltzman, attended F. F. A. camp at Camp
Muskingum. lohn Carter was the winner ot the
Ford Camp Scholarship. One ot our money-
making projects this year was the Pancake Sup-
per in October. ln September, exhibits were dis-
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Gerald Marvin, Raymond Lazenby, Doyle Cobb, Ronald
Stall, lim Woodward, Bob Graham.
THIRD ROW: Bill Fruth, Iohn Carter, Bob Good, Glen Fruth,
Ralph Brooks, Ted Rader, Dick Kelley, Bill Diebley, Harold
played at the Hancock County Fair and many
blue ribbons were brought home. Our annual
Game Supper with the F. H. A. was termed a
success. We will enter the Parliamentary Proce-
dure Contest again this year hoping to achieve
the gold medal award which we have won each
time during the past tour consecutive years.
Four members coming back trom last year's
gold medal team are lim Warren, Glen Saltz-
man, lohn Carter, and lim Steyer. We also took
the silver award in State Chapter Contest. We
are planning tor a successful Parent-Son Ban-
quet on March 22. Our chapter sweetheart, Kay
Kietter, will reign over this banquet. Although
not winning many games, the Arcadia F. F. A.
basketball team gained much experience.
KNEELINGZ David Corbin, Larry Walsh,
L ' t Lloyd Thomas.
I , STANDING: Gerald Marvin, Dick Kelley,
Ralph Brooks, Doyle Cobb, lim Woodward,
I' Mr, Calvin Knight, coach.
SEATED: Shirley Russell, Pat Emerine, Shirley Lenhart,
Shirlee Farrell, Marilyn Plotts, Norma Ritter, Kay Kieffer.
SECOND ROW: Donna Eisenhauer, Doris Street, Donna
lune Damon, Sue Ann England, Evangeline Ross, Ianet
The Arcadia Chapter of the Future Homemak-
ers of America was an active group under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Virginia Wykoff. The fol-
lowing were elected officers: President, Kay
Kieffer, Vice President, Shirley Lenhart, Secre-
tary, Pat Emerine, Treasurer, Ellen Gassman,
Historian, Shirley Russell, Parliamentarian,
Ianet Ziessler, Reporter, Pat Butler, Song Leader,
Donna Damon, and Student Council Representa-
tives, Shirley Rainey and Barbara Good.
Entering a float in the Hancock County Fair
and winning third place was the first event of
The F. H. A. Initiation was as usual, an ex-
citing party for all-including the Freshmen.
The upper classmen enjoyed watching the
Freshmen struggle through their antics while
wearing their peculiar costumes.
On. October 6, a meeting for girls wanting to
work for their third degree was held in Colum-
bus. Those attending were Shirley Russell,
Donna G-aertner, Virginia Beamer, Donna june
Damon, Ellen Gassman, and Lila Huysman.
The F. H. A. Banquet was held April 18. A
program including musical numbers and a
speaker followed a very enjoyable meal.
During the Freshman year in F. H. A., each
girl must complete three projects to be able to
acquire her full Home Economics credit of the
year. Also, during the second, third, and fourth
Exclusive Ladies' Wear - Popular Prices
Boes, Lila Huysman, Mrs. Wykoff.
THIRD ROW: Clara Buchanan, Carol Kuhn, Ianet Zeissler,
Ellen Gassman, Donna Gaertner, Elnora Kave, Virginia
Beamer, Shirley Rainey, Peggy Fox.
years she must finish four projects to be able to
receive her credits.
The F. H. A. has one meeting a month, held
during the sixth period on Thursdays. We dis-
cuss the events and parties we want to sponsor.
This year the F. H. A. had concessions at one of
the football games. In that way and by selling
vanilla, the club made enough money to pay
for the F. H. A. letters which each girl receives
after she has a minimum number of credits.
Through the school year, there are two Bi-
County F. H. A. meetings held at the different
schools. The meetings include a program,
which includes sending Red Cross boxes and
clothes to needy people abroad.
As in other clubs, the F. H. A., too, gives de-
grees to those who earn them. To earn a degree
a member must be cooperative in club work, be
understanding of others, be a fairly good leader
in any kind of work and have all projects com-
pleted. A test is given before the degrees are
conferred upon the students. There are four
degrees of which the symbols are: the key for
the Iunior Homemaker, the scroll for the Chapter
Homemaker, the torch for the State Homemaker,
the rose for the American Homemaker, all of
which, when received, are fastened onto the
F. H. A. pin and guard. These degrees are a
symbol of the honor, the loyalty, and achieve-
ment of the individual towards the Future
Homemakers of America.
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SEATED: Ruth Ann Smrth, Gertrude Marvm, Ernestrne
RlC9, Ianet Shrley, Barbara Good, Betty Fruth.
SECOND ROW: Donna Bame, Betty Mrller, Mary Weaver,
Carol Herd, Mary Drcken, Carol Kreffer, Patty Butler, Rrta
THIRD ROW: Marrlyn Elsea, Carolyn Clark, l-lrlda Grme,
Rosrlyn Street, Mary England, Evelyn Mlller, Ohvia Guer
rero, Maxrne Drexsbach, Mrs, V1rqin1a Wykoff.
FOURTH ROW: lanet Nunn, Carol Wolford, Nina
Florence Ecker, Geraldme King, Sharlet Cook, Mary Steyer
Sonia Schotreld, Barbara Cofiman, Mary Rader.
Hancock Co. Farm Equipment Dealers Ass'n.
Hancock County Automobile Dealers Ass'n.
SEATED: Carol Kuhn, Ianet Zeissler.
SECOND ROW: Shirlee Farrell, Shirley Lenhart, Marilyn Plotts, Ianet Boes, Pat Ernerine, Norma-
THIRD ROW: Floyd Hissong, Iohn Carter, lim Ste-yer, Shirley Rainey, Iohn King, Peggy Fox,
Robert Good, Iohn Bushong, Larry Myers, Glen Saltzmcm.
"Quiet Summer" was a rollicking comedy
with an amusing and interesting theme. As part
of the plan for becoming District Attorney,
Iames Clark hoped to spend the summer in
peace and get elected president of his country
club. His niece and nephew from New York
were unexpectedly left with him for the sum-
mer. Uncle Iimrnie had to learn about the
younger generation and even received some
unconventional aid in winning the election, but
his house was turned into a combination rum-
pus room and campaign headquarters while
Pamela and Sonny got involved in romance
and adventures that taught them a few things,
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SEATED: Carol Kuhn, Ianet Zeissler, Ianet Boes, Kay Kieffer, Assistant, Sue England, Elnora Kave,
STANDING: Pat Butler, Carol Reid, Mary England, Virginia Beamer, Carol Lee Kieffer, Mary
The library staff is under the direction of Mrs.
Irene Sharninghouse and her assistant, Kay
Kieffer. Several new books have been added
to the library and each librarian must work one
period for which they receive one-fourth credit
We are very proud of the efficiency that we
maintain in our library.
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SEATED: lanet Boes, Carol Reid, Shirlee Farrell, Marilyn Sharlet Cook, Mary England, Clara Buchanan, Sue Ann
Plotts, Evangeline Ross, Betty Miller, Carol Kieffer, Pat But- England, Shirley Lenhart, Mr. Pittenqer.
ler, Mary Weaver, Donna Eisenhauer. THIRD ROW: lim Woodward, Iohn Bushonq, Iohn King,
SECOND ROW: ,Donna lune Damon, Pat Emerine, Ianet Richard Smith, Ierry Gaertner, Werner Lemke, Iim Steyer,
Ziessler, Ellen Gassman, Donna Gaertner, Shirley Rainey, Gene Wedge, lohn Carter, Richard Kelly, Larry Myers, Glen
Carol Wolford, Virginia Beamer, Lila l-luysman, lanet Nunn, Saltzman, Lewis Campbell, Floyd Hissonq.
The choir, now progressing in its thirteenth year, started this season with a
new instructor, Mr. Pittenger.
The choir consists oi forty members from the Freshman through the Senior
Several members of the choir were chosen to participate in the All County
Music Festival which was held lanuary 26, l952 at Cory-Rawson.
We are especially proud of our boys' section of the choir. Besides having a
love tor music, several of the boys have excellent solo voices.
The choir also made several other successful appearances by singing be-
tore the high school assembly and the Parent-Teacher Association.
Three of the favorite selections were "Sylvia" by Oley Speaks, "Oklahoma"
by Rogers and Hammerstein and "The Big Corral" by Harry R. Wilson.
Accompanying the choir at the piano was Mary Weaver.
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The Girls Glee Club is an organization com-
posed oi all high school girls who are interested
in music. They have sung for an assembly pro-
gram, County Music Festival, and Baccalaure-
ate services. Ianet Ziessler was elected secre-
taTY. Some oi their iavorite songs were: "My
Task" and "I Hear the Bees a Humming." The
group rehearsed twice a week under the direc-
tion oi Mr. Pittenger, the new instructor. They
were accompanied by Carol Reid. ln the spring
we ordered some new music. We really en-
joyed singing this, because it was quite a
change from what we had.
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FIRST ROW: Sue England, Donna Damon, Evangeline Ross, Elnora Kave, Donna Eisenhauer, Doris
SECOND ROW: Pat Emerine, Ianet Ziessler, Lila l-luysman, Clara Buchanan.
PIANIST, Carol Reid.
The Girls Ensemble is composed oi ten girls
from the Iunior and Senior Classes. The En-
semble has appeared in assembly, P. T. A.
meetings, and the County Music Festival. The
girls sang "White Christmas", and "Santa Claus
ls Coming to Town", at the Christmas program.
Another favorite song is "Night and Day". They
were under the direction of Mr. Pittenger and
accompanied at the piano by Carol Reid.
SEATED: Carol Reid, Mary England, Donna Damon, Clara Pat Emerine, Sharyn Peters, Peggy Fox, Ellen Gassman,
Buchanan, Ianet Boes, Floyd Hissong, Rosemary Kitchen. Barbara Agnew, Ianet Ziessler, Glen Saltzman, Gertrude
STANDING: Mr. Pittenger, Barbara Good, Gerald Marvin, Marvin, Ianet Shiley, Werner Lemke, Mary Weaver.
The Arcadia School Orchestra is composed of twenty members from the
eighth grade through high school. Composing the orchestra are seven violins,
five clarinets, three trumpets, one trombone, one saxophone, one snare drum,
and one bass drum. Carol Reid is the accompanist.
The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Pittenger, has played for several
different programs such as the Senior Play, High School Assembly, Iunior Play,
and the Commencement exercises. A few of our favorite selections have been
"Tea for Two", "Stardust", "Whistle While You Work" and "Festival March."
They had try outs from which they chose the best players and the ones
that were not good enough for orchestra were put in class where they could
learn to play better, then later on they will be put in the orchestra.
We are proud of our orchestra and enjoy playing the many different com-
positions. We will keenly feel the loss of our Seniors, Donna Damon, Clara
Buchanan, Werner Lemke, and Ellen Gassman.
We practice twice a week, Tuesday and Friday, according to a rotating X
schedule set up on class time. 1
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SEATED: Barbara VanDriest, Iustin Emerine, Derol Pain-
ter, Ianice Heinze, Barbara Agnew, Norma Ritter.
SECOND ROW: Bobby Agnew, Gene Eisaman, Nancy
Kuhlman Darlene Bricker Linda Eisaman ane VanDriest,
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Ellen Heinze, Margie Plesec, Patty Eisaman.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Pittenger, directory David Cardwell,
Gerald Marvin, David Corbin, Larry Walsh, Pat Emerine,
Sharyn Peters, Ianet Shiley, Barbara Good, Gertrude Mar-
vin, Ianet Ziessler, Gene Snyder, Lynn Ebersole, Mary
Steyer, Ronald Stall.
FOURTH ROW: Geraldine King, Bobby Farrell, Danny
Kuhlman, Gene Switzer, Darold Thompson, Tom Bickel,
Billy Diebley, l.aVerne Shaull, lohnny Die-bley, Dick Ziessler,
Billy Armbrecht, Dale Ebersole, Ruthann Smith.
The Arcadia Band, under the direction of the new instructor, Mr. Pittenger,
is composed of thirty-five members ranging from the fifth grade through high
school. We played for all the football games, an assembly program, and P.T.A.
A few selections that we used for the football games were "Across -the
Field", "Victory March", "Wave the Flag", and "Four Leaf Clover". During the
Coronation ceremony at the Homecoming game we played "A Pretty Girl Is
Like a Melody". The various formations We used were "A" for Arcadia and
"HI" while we played and marched across the field. We also made the letters
"V.B." for Van Buren. Four Leaf Clover was formed, then a Heart and last a
"Horse Shoe" was outlined.
The Arcadia Band has several young musicians which intimates that the
Band has a very promising future in store for them.
The Band participated in the Fostoria Halloween Parade and the Home-
coming festival at Arlington. Ianet Ziessler, Pat Ernerine, lanet Shiley, Gertrude
Marvin, Barbara Agnew, Gerald Marvin, and Billy Armbrecht were selected
to play in the all-county band in the Musical Festival which was held at Cory-
Rawson in lanuary.
The Band Boosters purchased a bell lyre for the band which blends very
nicely with the rest of the instruments.
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Sharyn Peters. Margie Plesec.
The five lunior High Cheerleaders, dressed in Blue and White, gave the boys
more pep. It was also good practice for those wanting to become high school
cheerleaders in years to come. Their favorite yells were: Blue and White, fight
fight: Touch your heel: and Team was in a Huddle.
Body Finish-Is Pretty .......................
Wheel Base-Means Length ...............
Wheel-Runs Around .......
Tires-Full of Wind ...........
Fenders-Keeps the mud out ....
Motor--Chief cause of trouble .........
Self-starter-Never works ..............
Spark-That which keeps life in school ....
Speedometer-Always Moving .......
Muffler-Keeps silence ...........
Gas Tank-Always empty ...... .... .... . .
Gas-That which explodes ..... ,. , .............. .
Transmission-Moves backward and forward ....
Cushion-Soft .............................. .
Cut out-Makes a lot of noise ....
Tail-light-ls red ..................
Windshield-Easy to see through .....
Chauffeur-Always in Ditch ...........
Nuts and Bolts-Holds things together .....
Gas Line-Always closed ............
Brakes-Holds us in check ....
. . . .Barbara Good
. . . .Werner Lemke
. . . .Carl and Lanny
. . . . .Waldo Good
. . . .lack Wheland
... . . . . .Kay Kieffer
. . . . .Duane Beamer
. . . .Donna Damon
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. . . . . . lohn Carter
. . . .Donna Gaertner
. . . . . ."Fted Saltzrnanu
. . . . .Larry Myers "Bluff"
. . . .Ellen Gassman
. . . . .Shirley Russell
. . . . . . .Carol Kieffer
. . . . .Paul and Betty
. . . . . . .Mr. Kieffer
FIRST ROW: Carol Kieffer, Marilyn Plotts.
STANDING: Shirley Lenhart, Kay Kieffer, Evangeline Ross.
Five Cheerleaders were again chosen this year by the popular vote of the
student body. Any high school student from a Freshman to a Senior may try
out on the stage for one of the five places.
The Cheerleaders' duty is to help build the enthusiasm of the audience and
the morale of players, and to promote the will to Win.
The favorite yells Were: "We're Gonna Fight, Let's Go Team, l-2-3-4, and
Yea Red, Clap, Clap."
SEATED: Iohn Bushonq,. Gene Wedge, Glen Saltzman, Iohn Howe, Ierry Gaertner, Ioe Steyer, Iames Warren
Larry Myers, Duane Beamer, Neil Weaver, Lanny Semler, Robert Good, LaVerne Snyder.
Carl Ziessler. SECOND ROW: Harold Nye, Richard Smith, Ralph Brooks
FIRST ROW: Robert Robinson, coach, Lewis Campbell, Werner Lemke, Robert Noel, Richard Kelley.
The Varsity "A" is an organization composed of High School lettermen to
promote better athletics and good sportsmanship at Arcadia High School.
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FIRST ROW: Lewis Campbell, Reid Hill, Larry Myers, Duane
Beamer, Carl Ziessler, Gene Wedge, Werner Lemke.
SECOND ROW: Ralph Brooks, ferry Gaertner, Iohn Howe,
Raymond Kuhn, Glen Saltzman, Ice Steyer, lim Warren.
THIRD ROW: Robert Noel, Iohn King, Harold Nye, Lanny
DATE GAME WE THEY
Sept. 14-Gibsonburg, there . . . . 6 34
Sept. 2l+Mt. Blanchard, here ...... 21 13
Sept. 28-Liberty, here ....... . . . 26 U
Oct. 5-Arlington, there . .. . 0 27
Oct. l2-Vanlue, there .... . 5 58
Oct. l9-McComb, here .......... 6 35
Oct. 25-Van Buren, here ......... l3 6
Nov. 2gMt. Cory-Rawson, there.. 13 46
Our new coach, Robert Robinson, had the
unenviable job of building a football team
around only three letterrnen. Although he
makes no excuses tor our 3 won-6 lost record,
it's a fact that he was plagued by injuries
Sernler, Iarnes Steyer, Richard Kelly, Robert Good.
TOP ROW: Iohn Bushong, manager, Richard Smith, man-
ager, Alan Ryman, Billy Diebley, Iim Woodward, Robert
Graham, William Robishaw, assistant coach, Robert Robin-
throughout the season. We feel that he has done
a commendable job, especially in the develop-
ment of some of the Sophomores and Iuniors
who should win some games for him in the next
We had tour players who were selected for
the coaches' All-Hancock County Team--Duane
Beamer, Larry Myers, Werner Lemke, and Glen
Saltzman. Our captain, Duane Beamer, was
selected tor the All Hancock County Team by
the Toledo Blade.
Seniors who played their last games for
Arcadia were Beamer, Lemke, Hill and Wedge.
We've got it-We'll get it-Or it isn't made.
Robert Robinson, Coach, Glen Saltzman, Larry Myers, Duane Beamer, lim Warren, Robert Good
The Arcadia Redskins closed their season by
losing to Cory-Rawson 49-36 in the Hancock
County toumament at Findlay High School.
Duane Beamer and Gene Wedge are the two
seniors who will not play with the Redskins
DATE GAME WE THEY
Nov. 9-Amsden, there .... .. 31 43
Nov. 16-Arlington, there .. 37 75
Nov. 23-Bloomdale, there ...... 50 49
Nov. 21-Van Buren, here .......
30-Cory-Rawson, there .
7-McComb, here .....
4-Mt. Blanchard, there
8-Liberty, there ......
11-Arlinqton, here ....
12-Van Buren, there ....
18-Cory-Rawson, here .
19-McComb, there .....
22-Vanlue, here .....
25-Liberty, here . . .
1-Vcmlue, there ......
8-Mt. Blanchard, here.
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SEATED: Harold Nye, lohn Carter, Ioe Steyer, lerry Gaertner, Lewis Campbell.
STANDING: Iohn Bushonq, manaqerg LaVerne Snyder, Iames Steyer, Robert Robinson, coach:
Gene Wedge, lim Blake, Richard Smith, manager.
The Reserve team is composed of boys who need more experience and
practice in order to play on the varsity, but are Willing to play hard and master
the qame of basketball hoping to become a member ot the varsity next year.
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SEATED: William Armbrecht, lim Hitchings, Robert Farrell, Danny Kuhlman, Iackie Keegan, Glen
STANDING: William Robishaw, coach, Iohn Diebley, Dennis Peters, Darold Thompson, William
Diebley, Raymond Kuhn, Paul Thompson, Robert Noel, Tom Bickel, David Shiley, Alan Ryman,
Ronald Stall, manager.
The lunior Hiqh, under the direction ot William Robishaw, broke even in
the victory column with a 2 and 2 record for the season. Next year the older
boys in Iunior High -hope to play on the Reserve team.
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Book and Gift Shop .... Fostoria. Ohio
Buckeye Auto Parts .... Fostoria. Ohio
Buckeye Electric ......
Carr's Furniture Store ...............
C. C. Slotterbeck. SOHIO Distributor.
Chapman's Iewelry . . .
Commercial Press ...........
David 5. Roy's Shoe Service .....
Dry Cleaners' Association ....
Earl D. Rummell Furniture ...........
East North Street Lumber Company. .
Emerson Insurance Agency .........
Evans Typewriter Company .......
F. F. F erguson. SOHIO Distributor. ..
Findlay Hardware ...............
First National Bank .................
Flechtner Brothers. Tasty Brand Meat ..... .....
Fostoria Produce .....,............
Fostoria Serum Companyf ..........
Fostoria Tire 6. Appliance Company.
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Gillig Electric Company ....
Gordon's Women's Wear .....
Harold Emerson Garage ..........
Harry and Marion's Greenhouse .... ....
Hi Hat .........................
Hill's Fair Price Station .....
Home Pastry Shop .....
Hoyt Seed Store .................
Hummell Motor Sales Company ...... ....
Iackson Banner Furniture Company
I. I. Newberry Company ...........
Kitchen Studio .......
Koehler Greenhouse .....
Kuhn Bros. Market .....
Lee Incorporated ........
Lester Thomas, lewelers ....
Little Folk's Shop ........
Louie, the Bicycle Man .....
L. R. Good 6. Son ..............
Lybarger Insurance Agency .....
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Mann Funeral Home ....
Medlock Iewelers ........
Mennel Milling Company ........
Moes Baked Enamel Paint Shop ..... ....
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Office Supply Shop .......... .....
Ohio Savings and Loan Co.. . . . . . .
Patterson s ................. . . .
Peggy's Iewelry ................ . . .
Plotts Harness and Luggage Shop .... . . .
Radcliff Television .............. .....
Ray's Bakery ...... . . .
R. M. Steen ..... . . .
Ruby Reid's ........... . . .
Ruhl Motor Company .... . . .
Russell's Iewelry ...... . .
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Schwab's Sports Center .......................
Shauffelberger 6. Son. Real Estate and Insurance.
Sherlie Ann Bakery ............................
Sink's Flowers ......... . . .
Smith's Apparel Shop .... ....
Sportsman's Shop ............ .....
Stroman Implement Company ..... ....
Turner-Fenstermaker Shoe Co. ..... . . .
Uhlman's .................... . . .
Val-U Dress Shop .......... ....
Vogel-Elsea Music Center .... .....
Waaland's Greenhouse ..... . . . . .
Warren's Men's Shop .................... . . .
Western and Southern Insurance Agency ......
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