Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)
- Class of 1956
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We, the Senior Class, hereby dedicate the 1956 ARCADIAN to our sponsor, Mr. James E. Slough.
We recognize the fact that his help and guidance these last three years has played a major role in
helping us attain our goals as a graduating class.
The X956 Annual is being given in Memoriam to Marjorie Harmon, who was fatally injured in an
automobile accident on March 4, 1955. There will always remain a place of respect for her in the
hearts of all her classmates.
CHARLEY E. GROTH JAMES E. SLOUGH
FRONT ROW: Louise Kirkendall, Clerk: Luther Wiseley,
Vice-President: Don E. Armbrecht, President: Harold Noel.
SECOND ROW: E. I. Joseph, County Supt.g Paul Conine,
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"She is good and she is true--
a fine girl through and through. "
WILLIAM E. ARMBRECHT
"Never serious or sad, just a hap-
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"This young miss is quite an
athlete: her smile like her man-
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LESTER S. FRUTH, IR.
"Beware when the Great
lets loose a thinker. "
MARILYN JOYCE HAWK
"A girl of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrows. "
JA NICE HEINZE
"It's nice to hc natural when
you are naturally nice."
RUTH ANN KEEFE
"Shyness is the best policy
in some cases. "
JACKIE L, KEEGAN
"There's no love lost between
usp school and I. "
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a good sport every day. "
SHA RYN PETERS
"Man has his will but woman
has her way."
"Here I sit all brokenhearted
trying to learn but haven't
"Women irritate me, I love to
be irritated. "
"You have to do with what
you've got. "
JANE VAN DRIEST
"Wisdom is too high for
the fool. "
"Girls! Girls! Why don't
they let me alone?"
"A good reputation is more
valuable than money. "
CAROL E. WICKISER
"Be good, sweet maid, and
let who can be clever. "
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TWELVE YEAR TOGETHER
CLASS MOTTO - Work Will Win
CLASS COLORS - Green and Gold
CLASS FLOWER - Yellow Rose
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SE IOR ACTIVITIE
BARBARA AGNEW - Commercial, Annual Staff 3,45 Honor Soc. 3,45 Arch. I,25 Band I, 2,l,45 Girls' Glee 1,25
Boys' Glee Pianist5 Choir 2, 3,45 Co. Music Festival I,2, 3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist. 2,45 Ensemble I,2, 35
GAA 1,35 FHA I,2,3,4.: FHA St. Del. 25 Class Off. I5 Library Staff 3,45 Asst. Librarian 45 Jr. High Cheerleader I5
Homecoming Queen 4.
WILLIAM ARMBRECHT - College Prep. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Football I,2,45 Stu. Coun. I, 2,i3,45
Varsity "A" 1,35 Orch. 15 Band I,2, 3,45 Boys' Glee I,2,35 Choir I,2,3-,45 Co. Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Auditions,
Co. 4, Dist. 45 Candy Rm. 45 FFA L5 Science Club 3,45 Class Officer 3,45 Red Cross Rep. 2, 3,45 FFA Public Speaking
I5 Baseball 3,45 Buckeye Boys' St. 35 Operetta 35 Dist. Science Day 35 Homecoming Attendant 3.
BARBARA ARNET - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 35 Honor Soc. 3,45 Girls' Glee 1,25 Choir 2,3,45 Co.
Music Festival 3,45 Auditions, Co, I,2,4, Dist. 45 Ensemble I5 GAA I,2, 3-, 45 FHA I,2,3,45 FHA St. Del. 25 Class
Off. 45 Red Cross Rep. 45 Operetta 3.
DALE BARR - Vocational. Annual Staff 3, 45 Class Play 3,45 Football I5 Honor Soc. 3,45 Scholarship Team 1,35 FFA
I,2,45 Judging Teams 25 Public Speaking 4,
PAT BREYMAN - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Girls' Glee I,2, 35 Choir 2,-3,45 Co. Music Festival
2, 3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist 2,45 Ensemble I,2,35 Candy Rm. 45 FHA I,g,3,45 FHA Del. , Dist 4, St. 35 Class
Off. 45 Operetta 3,
MAX BROOKS - Vocational. Football l,2,3,45 Varsity "A" 2,3,45 FFA I,2,3,4.
KARL BURNS - General. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 35 Football 3,45 Stu. Coun. 25 Varsity "A" 3,45 Boys' Glee 35
Choir 2, 3,45 Co. Music Festival 3,45 Auditions, Co. 3,4, Dist. 45 Ensemble 3,45 FFA 1,25 Class Off. I5 Parlia-
mentary Procedure Team 25 Operetta 3.
DALORES CAMPBELL - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Girls' Glee I,25 Choir 2,3,45 Co. Music
Festival 2, 3,45 Auditions, Co. 3, Dist. 3.4, St. 35 Ensemble I,25 GAA 1, 2,3,45 FHA I,2,3,4g Operetta 35 Office
Staff 3,45 Homecoming Attendant 4.
PATSY CONLEY - College Prep. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Hon. Soc. 3,45 Stu. Coun. 4: Girls' Glee I,2,3,45
Choir 2,3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Ensemble I,2,3,45 Co. Music Festival 2,3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist. I,2,4,: FHA
I,2, 3,45 FTA 45 GAA I,3,45 Operetta 3. Scholarship Team I,2,35 Sci. Club 3,4.
LARRY CRATES - Vocational. Football I,2,3: Varsity "A" 45 Movie Projectionist 3,45 FFA I,2,3,4g Football Man-
ager 45 Stage Manager 3,4.
JOHN DIEBLEY - Commercial. Class Play 45 Basketball I,2, 3,45 Football I,3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Varsity "A" 2, 3,45
Boys' Glee I, 2, 35 choir I, 2, 3,45 Library Staff 45 Judging Team 25 Basketball Captain 45 Football Captain 45 Class
Officer 2,45 FFA 25 Ensemble 35 Co. Music Festival I,2, 3,45 Auditions, Co. 3.4, Dist. 4.
MARLENE DIEBLEY - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 45 Band 2, 35 Girls' Glee 1,25 Choir 2, 3,45 Co. Music
Festival 2,3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist. 2,43 Ensemble I,2,35 GAA I,2,35 FHA I,2,3-,45 FHA St. Del. I5 Library
staff 3, 4,
JACK EISAMAN - General. Basketball 2, 3,45 Football I,2, 3,45 Varsity "A" 45 Candy Rm. 45 Baseball 3,4.
RAYMOND EISAMAN - General. Football I5 Band I5 Boys' Glee I.
NORMAN EMERINE - Vocational. Football I, 2, 3,45 Varsity "A" 45 Band I, 2, 35 Boys' Glee 2, 35 Dist. Auditions 25
Numbers that are underlined indicate the year in which the person held an office in that particular organization.
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SENIOR ACTI ITIE
LESTER FRUTH - General. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Stu. Coun. I5 l-lon. Soc. 3,45 Scholarship Team 15
Sci. Club 3,45 Class Off, I,2, 3,45 Homecoming Attendant 4.
MARILYN HAWK - College Prep. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Hon. Soc. 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Co.
Music Festival 2,3,45 Auditions, Co. 4, Dist. 2,45 Operetta 35 Scholarship Team 35 Sci. Club 3,45 Cheerleader 35
Science Day, Dist. 3, St. 35 Library Staff 35 Office Staff 2,4.
JANICE HEINZE - College Prep. Class Play 3,45 Stu. Coun. 1,35 Honor Soc. 3,45 Band I,2,3,45 Girls' Glee 1,25
Choir 2,3,45 GAA 2, 35 FHA L,2,3,45 Science Club 3-,45 Class Off. 1,35 Co. Music Festival 3,45 Auditions, Co. 3.4,
Dist. 3, Sr. 35 Operetta 35 Cheerleader, Jr. High 1, Var. 4.
RUTH KEEFE - General. Girls' Glee 35 FHA 4.
JACK KEEGAN - General. Football 3,45 Varsity "A" 3,45 Baseball 3,4.
DEAN KIEFFER - General. Basketball 1, 2,3,45 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Varsity "A" 3,45 Boys' Glee 2, 35 Candy Rm. 45
FFA l,25'Library Staff 3,45 Parliamentary Procedure Team I5 Baseball 3,4.
MERLE LIEB - Vocational. Football I5 FFA I,2,3,4g Stage Manager 3,45 Movie Projectionist 4.
BARBARA PETERS - Commercial. Class Play 45 Band 2,3,45 Girls' Glee 2,35 Choir 2, 3,45 Co. Music Festival 2,3,45
Auditions, Co. 2,3,4, Dist. 2,45 Ensemble 2, 35 GAA I,2, 3,45 FHA I,2,3,45 Homecoming Attendant I.
SHARYN PETERS - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Stu. Coun. LE, 3,45 Honor Soc. 3,45 Orch. 15
Band 15 Girls' Glee 1,25 Co. Music Festival I,2,3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist. 2,45 Ensemble 1,25 Candy Rm. 45
FHA l,2,3-,45 FHA Del. , Dist, 3, St. 35 Class Off. I,2, 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Library Staff 3,45 Jr. Fair Bd, 3,45
Operetta 35 News Ed. 4.
VERNON RICE - General. Class Play 35 Boys' Glee 1.
LaVERNE SHAULL - Vocational. Class Play 3,45 Basketball I, 2, 3,45 Football I, 2, 3,45 Stu. Coun. 45 Varsity "A"
3,45 Boys' Glee 2, 35 Co. Music Festival 35 Candy Rm. 45 FFA I,2, 3,45 Library Staff 3,45 Parliamentary Procedure
Team 2, 35 Judging Team 35 Public Speaking 25 Baseball 35 Operetta 3.
BILL SWITZER - College Prep. Annual Staff Ed. 3.4: Class Play 3,45 Football Mgr. 2,3,45 Stu. Coun. 25 Honor Soc.
3,45 Varsity "A" 2, 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Boys' Glee 35 Choir 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Scholarship Team I,2, 35 Science
Club , 5Class Off. I,2, 5Science Da , Dist. , St. 50 eretta 5Co. Music Festival 2,3, 5 Auditions, Co. ,
3. i 3 Y 3 3 P 3 4 4
JANE VAN DRIEST - College Prep. Class Play 3,45 Honor Soc. 3,45 Orch. 2, 3,45 Band l,2,3-, 45 Girls' Glee 1,25
Choir 2,3,45 Ensemble I,2,35 Scholarship Team 1,2,35 FTA 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,45 Science Club 3,45
Class Off. I5 Co. Music Festival 2,3,45 Auditions, Co. I,2, 3,4, Dist. I,2,4, St. 3.
DAVID VELIQUETTE - General. Boys' Glee 2,35 Operetta 3.
JOYCE WALSH - Commercial. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 35 Stu. Coun. 2, 35 Girls' Glee 1,25 Choir 2,3,45 Ensem-
ble 1, 25 Candy Rm. 45 Co. Music Festival 2,45 Auditions, Co. I,2,4, Dist. 45 Class Off. 2,3,45 GAA I,E,3,45
FHA I,2,-3,45 FHA Del. , St. I,2,3, Dist. 45 Operetta 35 Homecoming Attendant 2, 3.
CAROL WICKISER - General. Girls' Glee 35 Choir 35 FHA 3,45 Ensemble 35 Co. Music Festival 3.
RICHARD ZIESSLER - General. Annual Staff 3,45 Class Play 3,45 Football I, 2, 3,45 Varsity "A" 3,45 Boys' Glee 35
Choir 3,45 Ensemble 2, 35 Class Off. 25 Operetta 35 Co. Music Festival 3,45 Auditions, Co. 4, Dist. 4: Queen Escort 4
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THE HOUSE OF DOERTY, "Is the House of Fine Printing" II4 E. Sandusky, Findlay, Ohio, Phone 170
Compliments of FOX DAIRY, Findlay Road, Fostoria, Ohio
CLASS HI TORY
In the fall of 1944, the future graduating class of "56" passed through the doors of the Arcadia Local School as
students for the first time. We were a little frightened and yet excited at the new adventure that lay ahead of us.
For some, it was a dreaded experienceg for others, it was a dream about to become a reality.
With the kind and able assistance of our first grade teacher, Mrs. Abe, we mastered, each in our own fashion,
the fundamentals taught us and were promoted to the second grade where Mrs. Amstutz became our instructor.
During this second year of our school career we had the chance to appear on the stage in our first "big production",
the operetta "Peter Rabbit". Barbara Agnew had the honor of having one of the main parts. Our third year with
Mrs. Miller passed without much excitement, but in the fourth grade, with Miss Cole as our instructor, we again
found ourselves appearing in another operetta, "Christmas in Mexico. " Two of our fellow students, Dalores Camp-
bell and Carol Noel, received leads. This was another memorable highlight in our school life. Also in this year
many of our friends joined the newly formed band under the direction of Mrs. Payne. Our fifth year held some new
experiences for us, for it was in this grade that we were moved upstairs and we thought we were getting mighty big.
We also had two teachers for the first time, Miss Rosie and Bessie Fox, who also served as our teachers in the sixth
Time passed very quickly and almost without realizing it we found ourselves in Junior High. This year we were
able to help choose high school cheerleaders and one Junior High cheerleader from our class. We chose Sharyn
Peters. In the eighth grade we participated in more of the school activities. This year we chose two Junior High
cheerleaders, Sharyn Peters and Barbara Arnet. At the end of this year we took the difficult Eighth Grade State
Test. It was not too difficult for Bill Switzer, however, who ranked first in our class and second in the county.
At last ---- we were Freshmen, the year for which many of us had been waiting. The boys went out for sports,
we elected officers and many of us joined the different organizations. As class o ficers we chose as our president,
Bill Switzerg vice president, Janice Heinzeg secretary, Jane Van Driestg treasurer, Barbara Agnewg reporter, John
Diebleyg and student council representatives, Sharyn Peters and Lester Fruth. As our colors we chose green and
goldg our flower, the yellow roseg and our motto "Work Will Win". We elected Barbara Agnew and Janice Heinze
as Junior High cheerleaders and Barbara and Dennis Peters were chosen as football attendant and escort.
Our Sophomore year was much the same as our Freshman. As class officers we chose Bill Switzer, presidentg
Lester Fruth, vice presidentg Joyce Walsh, secretaryg Karl Burns, treasurerg Dick Ziessler, reporterg Sharyn Peters
and Bill Armbrecht, student council representatives, with Mr. Slough as our sponsor. We were happy to find Bill
Armbrecht on the first team in football and John Diebley in basketball. Marilyn Hawk was elected as Varsity
cheerleader and as football attendant this year we chose Joyce Walsh and as her escort, Dennis Peters.
Now just two more years before we find ourselves out into the big world. As Juniors we elected Bill Armbrecht
as our presidentg Bill Switzer, vice presidentg Joyce Walsh, secretaryg Lester Fruth, treasurerg John Diebley, report-
erg Sharyn Peters and Bill Armbrecht, student council representatives. This year found many of our classmates
officers of the various organizations. This was one sign that we were growing up and able to accept responsibility.
Two of the highlights in this class was the presentation of our class play and of our high school operetta, Our class
play was "Green Grow the Onions" directed by Mr. Crates. The leads were held by Bill Switzer and Janice Heinze.
The thing that made us the most proud of our operetta, "Meet Arizona" was that out of the fourteen principals nine
were held by us. The leads were played by our own Dalores Campbell and Bill Armbrecht. This year we chose
our class rings which also made us feel as though we were at last growing up. Our speech choir, directed by Mrs.
Irene Sharninghouse, was a huge success. We put on the Christmas play and the Easter play. We gave our Easter
play at the Lutheran Church in Findlay and also in Arcadia. Another of our classmates, Sharyn Peters, was elected
Varsity cheerleader. Once again Joyce Walsh was chosen as football attendant with Bill Armbrecht as her escort.
The one tragedy in our school life occurred during this year. One of our dear friends and fellow classmates, Margie
Harmon, was killed on March 4 when the car she was riding in was hit by a train. As Juniors we honored the Sen-
iors at the Junior-Senior Banquet held in May at the Civic Nic Nac in Fostoria. We were very proud of ourselves
for doing such a good job.
Well ---- this was it ---- our last year at R. K. D. To some it was going to be sadg to others, it was just another
year. This year we chose Bill Armbrecht as our presidentg Lester Fruth, vice presidentg Joyce Walsh, secretaryg
Barbara Arnet, treasurerg Pat Breyman, reporterg Sharyn Peters and John Diebley, student council representatives,
and two of our girls, Sharyn Peters and Janice Heinze, were elected by the student body as Varsity cheerleaders.
John Diebley was chosen by the players as Captain of the Year in football and basketball, and most valuable play-
er in basketball. He also was chosen on first team All County Basketball. Barbara Agnew was chosen football
queen with Dick Ziessler as football captain. Dalores Campbell was attendant with Lester Fruth her escort. For
our class play we put on "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay". Marilyn Hawk played the lead with Janice Heinze
playing the supporting lead. Our play was directed by Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse, One of our biggest projects was
the assembling of "The Arcadian", of which Bill Switzer was editor. While taking pictures for the annual we
discovered that seventeen of us had attended Arcadia all twelve years of our school career. Once again we had
ten of our fellow students on National Honor Society. The speech choir was again a big success. This year we
not only did the Christmas play again but we also put on a program at Findlay College. In May we were honored.
by the Juniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet held at the American Legion in Findlay. We held our Baccalaureate
Services on Sunday, May 13, with Rev. Russell Hawk as our speaker, and on Friday, May 18, with Dr. Clyde
Hissong as our speaker the class of 1956 graduated from Arcadia High School.
At last the moment that we have feared, dreamed of, and planned for has come. We do not know what the
future holds for us, but we do know that we are going to try to do our best and try to do and believe as our motto
says, "woRK WILL wtN". By
Best Wishes to the Class of "56" HOFFMAN'S Arcadia, Ohio Sharyn Peters
HANCOCK HARDWARE "The Hardware Store Opposite Courthouse", Phone 2033, Findlay, Ohio
New York City
June 9, 1970
Dear Diary --
Just graduating with another degree and my career in nursing administration secure, I decided to take a vacation.
As life in New York becomes very monotonous, I decided to pay Arcadia a visit.
After packing, I left for the airport. I stopped at a kennel boarding home to leave my pet poodle. The veteri-
narian in charge introduced me to his lab technician who, much to my surprise, was JANE VAN DRIEST. She told
me that they were the main suppliers for the Book's Flea Circus, owned by MAX BROOKS. We laughed over the
fact that DEAN KIEFFER has been trying to sell Max his new improved bug-bomb. So far he hasn't met with much
I hurried on to the airport and boarded the plane. The stewardess, MARLENE DIEBLEY, brought me a magazine.
I read an article by a nurse, PATSY CONLEY, who claims that it is dog biscuits, not bread crusts, that make curly
hair. After a mere twenty minutes of flying, the plane landed at the new Arcadia Airport owned by MERLE LIEB.
I hailed a cab, which was a new Ziesslerine, the latest invention in propulsion-driven cars devised by DICK
ZIESSLER. I learned that the driver was rapid DAVID VELIQUETTE. After a speedy ride, I arrived at the Burns
Hotel owned by KARL BURNS who has driven practically all competition such as Harry's Shack and Ned's Shed
out of business. The head receptionist was SHARYN PETERS. It seems her interests here are quite strong.
After checking in, I left to take a short stroll before eating. Looking down the avenue, I found some inter-
esting signs. For instance the brilliant colors of the Crates Theatre owned by LARRY CRA TES. Coming closer I found
DALORES CAMPBELL starring in a musical "Call Me, Drummer." On a billboard I read that "Gallop-along" BILL
EISA MAN chews Demon's gum, the only brand that blows, bubbles, and bites.
Next I came to a bookstore where CAROL WICKISER was the owner and doing quite well. I looked around and
after glancing through the latest publications, I happened on a book that told of the adventures of VERNON "BUCK"
RICE in the jungles of Borneo by JACK KEEGAN., It was an unusually thin edition and I found why on the dedication
page. It read to the SWMBR fStudents Who Make Book Reportsj.
I left the shop and walked to the street just in time to see a lady driver bash a male pedestrian crossing the street.
Traffic halted while the miss, PAT BREYMAN, jumped from the auto to inspect the grill along with the jay-walker,
LaVERNE Sl-IAULL, the school coach. LaVerne wasn't even dented much to her surprise.
Walking to the corner, I came to a large drug store owned by BILL ARMBRECHT. Upon entering I found JOYCE
WALSH in charge. It seems they have their own crew of little soda jerkers. An explosion came from the back room
and Joyce informed me that Bill was filling an order for a new type of explosives for the famed geologist, LESTER
FRUTH, who recently discovered an uranium mine.
Next I entered a keen sounding restaurant named "Tomaine Tommies. " BARBARA PETERS was working behind
the counter and arguing with two customers, RUTH KEEFE and DORTHY MONDAY. The ladies were sure Barbara
had fed them horse meat in their spaceburgers. DALE BARR, a local millionaire farmer, happened to drop in and
after a little detecting exclaimed that it wasn't horse meat but pony from NORMAN EMERINE'S huge pony farm.
While eating, I picked up a newspaper and found some interesting items. On the front page was a coming
attraction starring JACK EISAMAN, the champion weight lifter in a recent national contest. Another item tells of
BARBARA JANE AGNEW being named "Secretary of the Year." She has placed BARBARA ARNET in charge of her
secretarial school since the law profession is taking up most of her time. On the advertising page, Short Out spark
plugs say if their merchandise was good enough for JOHN DIEBLEY, Indianapolis 500-mile winner, they ought to be
good enough for you.
As I was leaving the restaurant a flying saucer parted my cranium's locks and everyone hit the deck till the barrage
had subsided. Iwas told that it was only BILL SWITZER returning from the moon with a load of blue cheese.
Upon returning to the hotel, I received a call from JANICE HEINZE, who has gained great fame in her stage career
The next stop on her tour would be Paris and she invited me to spend the rest of my vacation with her there. We
laughed and said we hope this turns out better than the trip to Paris back in '56l
Because of these sudden plans, I had to return to New York, but I must say we've finished better than many said
we would back in '56,
THE FOSTORIA MONUMENT CO. , Opposite Fountain Cemetary, Phone 3872, Fostoria, Ohio
Congratulations to the Class of "56", BUCKEYE STAGES, INC. . Fostoria, Ohio
We, the Seniors of 1956, being sound of body and mind, do hereby proclaim this our last will and testament.
To the Juniors we will our dramatic abilities and winning ways in front of an audience. They need itl
To the Sophomores we will our athletic skills. We always like to give to worthy causes.
To the Freshmen we will our ability to argue with the teachers. We wish them more success at it than we
Barbara Agnew wills her ability to act innocent when guilty to Gene Snyder. Now you'll be better than
ever at it, Gene.
Bill Armbrecht wills his presidency of the senior class to any Junior who wants a big headache from now on.
Barbara Arnet wills her basketball abilities to Sandra Russell. The Sophomores are sure to be the champs
Dale Barr wills his ability to get along with certain Freshman girls to any Freshman guy who wants that type of
Pat Breyman wills her driving ability to Mr. Crates. The question is "Do new Plymouths gallop?"
Max Brooks wills his stature to Dave Cardwell. Only a tall man knows the joy of the upper air,
Karl Burns wills his football abilities to Scott Philo. Don't overdo it, Scottl
Dalorie Campbell wills her drummer friend in Findlay to the Arcadia Band. Boy, will things ever boom nowl
Patsy Conley wills her majorette uniform to Jerry Woodward, and her candidacy on the "paddy-wagon" to Mr.
Davies. Say, doesn't that chauffeur look like Mr. Crates.
Larry Crates wills his position as projectionist to anyone who can get the sound going at the same time as the
John Diebley wills his numerous admirers to anyone who can manage that many women at one time.
Marlene Diebley wills her tendency to get stuck in the mud to Paul Peters. Now you have an excuse for
getting home late, Paul.
Bill Eisaman wills his love of study to Leonard Snavely. You'll have time on your hands now, Leonard.
Jack Eisaman wills his Charles Atlas Book to Gene Switzer. It takes awhile, so don't get discouraged, Gene.
Norman Emerine wills his quiet ways to Norma Shaull. Classes are bound to be quieter now.
Lester Fruth wills his ability to get straight "A" all through high school to anyone who thinks he can do it.
Marilyn Hawk wills her 4 A.M. adventures to Bob Beamer. Think you're man enough to handle them, Bob?
Janice l-leinze wills her ballet abilities to Gerald Gaertner. Up on your toes now, Gerald.
Ruth Keefe wills her bashful ways to Pat Reid. She's a changed woman, John.
Jack Keegan wills his dislike of "big wheels" to any other abused little hubcap who's interested.
Dean Kieffer wills his tendency to go to the movies instead of basketball practice to any other player who likes
sitting on the bench.
Merle Lieb wills his Ag. shirt to Bill Good. How good are you at sewing on buttons, Margie?
Dorothy Monday wills her domestic abilities to Otto Coffman. Oh, Bette!
Barbara Peters wills her college interests to anyone who has a big enough address book to carry them all.
Sharyn Peters wills her dark hair and cheerleading abilities to Nancy Kuhlman. No more worries about
temper or waistline now, Nancy.
Vernon Rice wills his Fostoria girl friends to Ray Kessler. Can you handle that many, Ray?
LaVerne Shaull wills his figure to Bonnie Eberly. Life just won't be the same now, Bonnie.
Bill Switzer wills his scientific abilities to Joan Reid. Now you'll always be eligible in science, Joan.
Jane Van Driest wills her property at Ohio State to any other young animal lovers.
David Veliquette wills his ability to operate a motor vehicle, while having both hands out the window, to
Mr. Lucas and his Drivers' Ed. Class. Open ditches are now in great demand.
Joyce Walsh wills her sense of humor to Mrs. Oberholtzer. English will be a breeze now, David.
Carol Wickiser wills her blond hair and blue eyes to Pat King. We hope Danny approves, Pat.
Dick Ziessler wills his ability to talk in history class to anyone who knows for sure that he doesn't know what
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KORNER LUNCH, "at the traffic light in Arcadia", Bob and Thelma Nunn, Prop. , Dinners - Short Orders - Soda Bar
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Pat Binger, Vice-President
Roma Beamer, Secretary
Dave Shiley, Treasurer
Gene Snyder, Reporter
Irene Sharninghouse, Sponsor
Rudolph Lucas, Sponsor
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Betty Copsey, Secretary
Rosemary Conine, Treasurer
Betty Fox, Reporter
Edith Covert, Sponsor
Mary Groth, Sponsor
Leonard Snavely, President
Bob Steyer, Vice-President
Mark Plesec, Secretary-Treasurer
V , , Owen Ziessler, Reporter
Karen Spearman, S. C.
I Fred Pessel, S. C.
Richard Davies, Sponsor
Fred Crates, Sponsor
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Wedding and Funeral Work Our Specialty
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The Seniors in collaboration with the Juniors have successfully published the 1956 Arcadian. The staff was
under the very fine supervision of Mr. Richard Davies.
Participating in the annual sales contest were grades four through twelve. These grades were divided
into fourteen teams, each team under the supervision of their own home room teacher. The grades four to
eight were assisted by Seniors who acted as co-captains. The winning team was the Senior Class whose sponsor
was MI. Slough. The four high salesmen in the contest werc Sharyn Peters, Sue Ann Moore, Sharon Stall and
Ceara Sue Withrow.
Compliments of HUB SUPER MARKET - N. County Line - Fostoria, Ohio.
EGBERT'S HOME FURNISHINGS - 404 East Sandusky St. - Findlay, Ohio.
STUDE T COUNCIL
The Student Council is an organization of organizations. It is composed of 18 members, two from each
organization in the school and two from each of the top four grades.
The Student Council sponsored many dances throughout the year and was in charge of the annual Homecoming
and Spring Prom.
They also chose the four full-length movies which were shown to the high school and Jr. High during the year.
As one of their projects they gave money to Care and to the Polio fund and as the other they set up an Ethics
Committee. This committee's goal was to attempt to help the students become better school citizens. This
committee was selected from the Student Council. They were Sharyn Peters, Pat Conley, John Diebley, Roma
Beamer, and Bill Good.
The Student Council chose the following officers: Sharyn Peters-President, Bill Good-Vice-President, Audrey
Walsh-Secretary-Treasurer, and Darlene Bricker-Reporter, Mrs. Edith Covert-Sponsor.
They were in charge of Recognition Day, and set up the dates for the high school parties and sponsored a clean
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The Senior Class presented the play "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" on November 3 and 4, 1956
The play was a three-act comedy centered around the experiences of Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily
Kimbrough, while enroute to Paris, France, Cornelia got sick while on the boat and had to be dis-
guised in order to get off. It was very hilarious and entertaining all the way through.
The cast included Marilyn Hawk as Cornelia Otis Skinnerg Janice Heinze as Emily Kimbrough,
Lester Fruth as Otis Skinnerg Dalores Campbell as Mrs. Skinnerg Bill Switzer as Leo McEvoyg Dick
Ziessler as Dick Winters: Sharyn Peters as Harriet St. Johng Patsy Conley as Winifred Blaughg John
Diebley as Purser and Window Cleanerg Dale Barr as Steward and Monsieur De La Croix, LaVerne
Shaull as Admiral: Dorothy Monday as Stewardessg Barbara Peters as Theriseg Pat Breyman as Madame
Eliseg Marlene Diebley as Inspector.
The play was under the direction of Mrs. Irene Sharninghouse with Bill Armbrecht and Jane Van
Driest as student directors. The stage managers were Larry Crates and Merle Lieb.
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JU IOR PLAY CAST
The Junior Class presented the play "Papa Was a Preacher" on March 23, 1956.
It was a 3-Act Comedy in which the righteous old Miss Jonas, a staunch church member, causes trouble for
Papa and his family through pictures she has taken of the children. She disrupted the Porter family by threatening
to take the pictures to the Bishop at the Conference and having Papa released. But she realized the injustice she
was doing the Porter family when Edd, the youngest of the family, shows the family and Miss Jonas, some pictures
that he took with his camera, of a still in Miss Jonas's basement, Miss Jonas seeing that appearances sometimes
give wrong impressions became friends with the Porter's and agreed to forget about the meeting with the Bishop at
With things calm in the Porter household again, Papa and Mama celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary,
by a renewal of vows, with the six Porter children taking part.
The play was under the direction of Mr. Fred Crates, with Pat King as the Student Director. The cast was as
Papa . . . Dave Shiley Edd. . . . . . Dave Cardwell
Mama . . . Margie Plesec Jenny Pat Binger
Cecil .... Dan Kuhlman Lucy ..... . . . Pat Eisaman
Alyene ...... Roma Beamer Helen Pat King
Miss Jonas. . . . . . Betty Bame Jeffery Rodney Conley
Raybon .... .. .
Bride . . .
. . . Ellen lfleinze
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HO OR SOCIETY
The Honor Society consisted this year of ten seniors and six juniors. One social meeting was
held this year at Arcadia in February with all Hancock Honor Societies attending. The M. C.
for this event was Bill Switzer, program chairman, Barbara Agnew, recreation, Janice Heinzeg
food chairman, Sharyn Peters, reception, Jane Van Driest and Lester Fruthg ticket chairman,
Marilyn Hawk, and entertainment, Patsy Conley.
Our advisor was Mrs. Elaine Oberholtzer, and Sharyn Peters was "Sergeant-at-Arms" in
the county chapter.
Membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership and character. A resident require-
ment of at least eighteen weeks in a Hancock County High School is necessary before a pupil
is eligible for membership, Eligibility as far as attendance and scholarship are concerned shall
be determined as of the end of the semester preceding the time the nominations are made.
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FUTURE TE CHER
The Future Teachers of America is a new organization in the school activities this year
It is open to all students in high school who are interested in teaching.
The F. T. A. members played host to the County Teacher's Meeting held at Arcadia
School, January 27, 1956.
The Arcadia branch ofthe organization was honored with the privilege of selecting the
all-county president who is Paul Peters.
The officers of the organization are: President, Margie Plesecg Vice-President, Patsy
Conleyg Secretary, Karen Spearman, Treasurer, Betty Bameg Reporter, Karen Greer.
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The library staff consists of students who are interested iti library work. The staff is headed
this year by Mrs. Marilyn Noel and Barbara Agnew, assistant librarian, and consists of seven
seniors, five juniors, and two sophomores.
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This year the Junior Red Cross held a successful year under the supervision of Mr, Grotli and
the student leaders Pat Reid and Bill Armbrecht.
Each class was represented by one or two members. The representatives packed their classes
boxes to send overseas. Upon payment of any small donation, each person received a pin or a
The Girls Athletic Association is composed of girls from the ninth through the twelfth grades
who are interested in sports and good sportsmanship.
On April 14, we held our mother and daughter banquet. Awards were presented by Mrs. Ober-
holtzer, our sponsor, to the outstanding members. Some ofthe Varsity A members served the meal
The officers for the year are: President, Pat Bingerg Vice-President, Sharyn Peters, Secretary,
Roma Beamerg Treasurer, Rosemary Conineg Reporter, Margie Plesecg S. C., Karen Greer and
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The Varsity A, organized to promote and improve athletics, is composed of boys who have
received the Varsity "A" in basketball, football, or baseball. The organization started a new
tradition by electing a most valuable player of all these sports.
The officers of the club are: President, John Diebleyg Vice-President, Gene Switzerg Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Dick Ziesslerg S. C. , Bill Armbrecht and Bill Goodg Sponsor, Rudolph Lucas.
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The Arcadia Chapter of Future l-Iomemakers of America, with Mrs, Virginia Wykoff as the sponsor,
elected for their officers, Pat Breyman, President, Joyce Walsh, Vice-President, Pat Binger, Secretary,
Jane Van Driest, Treasurer, Pat Reid, Song Leaderg Bette Io Switzer, Historian, Pat Eisaman, Parlia-
mentariang Mrs. Velma Beamer, Club Mother.
The big event that highlighted the year, was the Mother-Daughter Banquet, at which the F. H.A.
members treated their mothers to a delightful evening.
The Arcadia FFA Chapter completed the year with 33 members.
The Chapter officers this year are: President, Bill Good: Vice-President, Gene Lewis,
Secretary, LaVerne Shaullg Treasurer, Gene Switzerg Reporter, Jerry Woodward, Advisor,
The Chapter entered several contests at the State FFA Convention. Marvin Boes, Bill
Good, and Clair Cook received special awards in the judging contest. Norman Lewis al-
so received his State Farmer Degree at the Convention.
The Chapter won the dairy cattle and general livestock judging within the county.
They also received the Silver Medal for Parlimentary Procedure.
The members had many champions and grand champions at the county fair this year.
The Chapter placed third in the couty pest hunt. They also had a softball and basket-
ball team which competed with other FFA Chapter's teams in the area.
The Chapter entertained their parents at the annual parents and son banquet.
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The performances of the Arcadia High School Band included the Hancock-County Fair, the state
Fair, the football games, the Arcadia Halloween parade and the annual Halloween parade held in
Members of the band participated in the county auditions and the All-County Music Festival.
Outstanding performances were given by the majorettes, and the two drum majorettes, Patsy
and Janice, who made their last performances this year,
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The girl's glee club was directed this year by Mr. Charles Hoover, accompanied by Betty Fox
Members of the glee performed in the county auditions and the All-County Music Festival.
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Our choir this year was under the direction of Mr. Charles Hoover, accompanied by
Barbara Agnew. Members of the Choir participated in the All-County Music Festival and
the county auditions.
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Once again the student body chose five girls as their 55-56 Varsity
Cheerleaders: Seniors: Sharyn Peters and Janice Heinzeg Juniors:
Pat Reid and Pat Bingerg Freshman: Joan Reid.
The recruits, Jan and Joan, were immediately initiated by the
other three who had gone through similiar experiences in previous
years. Their goal is to improve the cheering section and the way
of presenting their yells.
One of their favorite yells, which is sung, is 1-2-3 o'clock.
Some other favorites are: We're With You Team, T-2-3-4,
and With an A. I
The five Junior High Cheerleaders for the year 55-56 were:
Sally Binger, Darlene Bricker, Jo Ann Moore, Janet Noel, and
Nancy Ziessler. These five girls were elected by the seventh,
eighth, and nineth grades. A few of their favorite yells were:
Yea Red, 1-2-3-4, and Go Back.
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FIRST ROWg Don Kirkendall, Charles Groth, Managers. SECOND ROW: Coach Lucas, Arvid
Weaver, Dan Kiihlman, Gene Switzer, LaVerne Shaull, Bob Beamer. THIRD ROW: Dave
Cardwell, Patil Peters, Jerry Harmon, Gary Roth, Fred Pessel, Gerald Gaertner, Dale Swartz,
Ed Pellegrini, Justin Einerine, Gene Switser.
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FIRST ROW: Leroy Huff, Roger Tanner, Gary Crawford, Larry Noel, Eddie Cardwell, Gary Armbrecht, Larry
Leonard. SECOND ROW: Ralph Lazenby, Dick Conine, Don Kirkendall, Jerry Good, Bob Steyer, Dallas Crit
chet, Larry Binger. THIRD ROW: Coach Lucas, Gene Moore, William Myers, Sonny Miller, Duane Steyer,
Charles Groth, Melvin Brooks, Jim Ritter, Darrold Myers, David Minard, Bill Martin, Sam Leonard.
STANDING: Bill Good, Dave Shiley, Dean Kieffer, Jim Hitchings. KNEELING:
Coach, Rudolph Lucasg Bob Farrell, john Diebley, and Jack Eisaman.
The Redmen looked promising under the direction of their new coach this year. Although the teams season
record was an unimpressive six won, nine lost, the boys showed a marked improvement over last year and hoped
for a better team next year.
The spirit was at its highest peak when the Redmen drew McComb for its first tournament game. After a
hard-fought half the score was tied 35-35. The next half the Redmen fell behind to lose the game by four
John Diebley, Dean Kieffer, Jack Eisaman, and LaVerne Shaull were the Seniors who played their last games
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FIRST ROW: Bill Switzer, Managerg Larry Diebley, Delbert Smith, Tom Treece, Norman Emerine,
Jerry Woodward, Dean Kieffer, Bill Armbrecht, Leonard Snavely, Larry Crates, Manager. SECOND
ROW: Dick Ziessler, La Verne Shaull, Karl Burns, Gene Switzer, John Diebley, Bill Good, Dave Shi-
ley, Paul Peters. THIRD ROW: Von Bishop, Darrold Myers, Arvid Weaver, Fred Pessel, Bob Beamer,
Jack Eisaman, Jack Keegan, Lester Bowman, Jim Hitchings, Max Brooks, Gerald Gaertner, Don Kuhl-
man, Gene Eisaman, Owen Ziessler, Derol Painter, Jerry Harmon, Gary Roth, Justin Emerine, Coach
The team started the season by treking over to McComb. Although the boys played a strong im-
pressive game, they came home on the short end 12-6.
The next week we welcomed Cory-Rawsen only to play a struggling 20-O loss.
Very determined to make a comeback from the week before the team came off the Liberty-
Benton field victors 26-O.
Even though the field was wet and soggy, the team was able to trudge their way to a 6-0 vic-
tory over Mt. Blanchard."
The Van Buren game "which words cannot describe" was lost 31-7.
In the game with Arlington, the team, hoping to win like the year before had the tables turned
by the 1955 Champs '7-0.
The last game of the season was with Vanlue on our field. The hard fought, nerve-racking
battle was lost 14- 12.
At the end of the season, John Diebley was elected honorary captain and Gene Switzer, most
The Seniors playing their last game were John Diebley, Bill Armbrecht, Dean Kieffer, Jack
Eisaman, Jack Keegan, Dick Ziessler, Max Brooks, Karl Burns, and Norman Emerine.
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