Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)
- Class of 1962
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C. E, GROTH
,During the course of our years in school we have known many
joys and disappointments. Typical of all teenagers, we needed the
understanding and guidance which you so willingly gave us.
And so, we, the Senior Class of 1962, wish to dedicate this
Arcadian to you, Mr. C. E. Groth, for your time, given so willingly
and cheerfully for the betterment of the school.
I AM PROUD OF MY SCHOOL
Yea Arcadia! Let that cry be heard for generations to come. May
Arcadia High always be a symbol of excellence, worthy of the pride it is
Pride in an institution of learning involves many facets. First let us
define pride and determine its origin. Pride may be defined as high esteem,
propagated by the achievements and accomplishments which a person incurs.
Each new school year constitutes a quest for achievements made possible
through growth and development.
As growth occurs in many ways, students at Arcadia develop intel-
lectually, socially, and physically. Students grow intellectually, as they
absorb the increasing concepts of knowledge and practical arts presented to
them each day. As a result they face their future in the world after gradu-
ation with cognizance and co m pr ehen s i o n. S cho ol organizations, class
parties, and other student activities provide social development, and will
develop students into fine American citizens. Physical development is also
encouraged, and is provided in the proper proportion with other aspects of
Whenever I go into a classroom, or to a class party, or to a sports
eventg then I know why I am proud of my school. Ithen know why I am
grateful to Arcadia High for providing me with the advantages that will be
indispensable in planning my future.
When I think of my school, Ithink not of a building, but of achieve-
ments acquired by human experiences that I will never forget. Yes, Iam
proud of my school, and will be always indebted to it for twelve years of
MR. JAMES SLOUGH
MR. CHARLEY E.
BOARD OF EDU CAT ION
Mr. Fred Pessel
Mr. Harold Peters
Mr. C. E. Groth
Mr. Duane Beamer
Mr. Fred Gassman
Mr. Luther Wiseley
Mr. William Bowm
Mrs. Noel, our English teacher. Look interested, kids!
Mrs. Reardon, our Spanish teacher. Spanish in action!
Here a few of the freshmen science class examine Gary Baughman prepares to give a reading on the
various slides with the new Microscopes. This is balance. This year the class was the first class to
only a part of the ten new microscopes the school have lab work.
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Vernon Seel and Tom Paananen are examining the Bob Peters and Tom Castor are observing some of
organs of the human body. the electronic apparatus which they constructed in
freshmen laboratory class.
The theory and operational procedure of the analog
computer is an important part in the study of physics.
These chemistry students are involved in qualitative
analysis, which is usually studied during the last
six weeks of the school year.
The addition of ten new microscopes has greatly
broaden the scope of the biology department.
MATH DEP RTME T
Mr. Maaske explains the double angle These seniors in trigonometry class seem
formula to the trigonometry class. to be enjoying their study? of the triangle.
Bookkeeping is an important part in the As a sophomore, the math student delves
commercial major's curriculum. into the world of plane geometry.
Mr. James E. Slough, Principalg Findlay College Part of the Junior American History class. De-
B. A.4g Bowling Green M, A. mocracy and World History are the Senior and
Sophomore subjects, respectively.
Mrs. Eleanor McCoyg Columbia College, Columbia, Here Becky Groth, Gary Baughman, and Roger
South Carolina. She is now working on her M. A. Good are looking over the new paper back novels
at Bowling Green. that will assist them in their studies.
The picture to the right shows the attractively dec-
orated tables for the annual Mother-Daughter Ban-
The picture to the left shows some sophomores en-
joying the results of their Dinner Unit.
Mrs. Wykoff smiles in appreci-
ation of the gift she received
from the members of the local
F. H. A. Chapter.
Sandra Springer is shown pinning the sleeves of her suit
she is making in Senior Home Economics.
I anet Kuhlman, Bonnie Thomas
and Marilyn Hiie are sewing in
Junior Home Economics.
Nancy Good, Pat Peters, Dian Stillberger are making de
corations for the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet.
Electronics laboratory. Cabinet making in the Wood Shop.
Working in the Wood Shop. Drawing and planning room.
With the addition of the new building the Industrial Arts Department became one of the finest in
Hancock County. The facilities provide separate areas of work in printing, electronics, wood working
and metal working, which includes foundry work, welding, machine shop practices, and sheet metal.
Printing in the Print Shop Drilling on the drill press.
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Mike Bulkowski in the metal shop.
A large mechanical drawing and planning room is also provided. A photography room and a wood
Freshmen SOPh0lTl0IC Juniors and seniors participate in Industrial Arts. The instructor is Mr.
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Here Mike, Dan, and Gary are inspecting the arma- John Grossman and Bob Coleman are shown working
ture of a starter. In the background are the new on the engine of the department's old Farmall.
cabinets which the Seniors helped finish.
Mr. Cunningham looks on as Dan Dutton inspects the As part of Farm Safety Week, a tractor tipping
complex gears of the transmission of the tractor. demonstration was put on by Dick Gassman and Dave
This year the Vo. Ag Department was fortunate in obtaining a new classroom and shop in the new
building. This valuable space was needed with the increasing size of the Ag classes.
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Dave Mellott and Tom Noel are working on an The Freshman boys look on as Mr. Cunningham in-
automatic transmission of an 01d Car, structs them on the correct form of operating a hand
Larry Thomas and Jerry Gassman look interested in Dan poses for us as he goes to the new loft in the
the Demonstration given by the State Farm Safety Ag. Department. What is the hammer for Dan?
This year six Senior Vo. Ag boys took the newly offered course in Vo. Ag, called Special Agri-
culture. This class taught the boys advanced mathematics and mechanics. At the end of this period
of studing, the boys went outside the classroom for on-the-job training.
HEALTH AND PHY. ED.
The health class is given instruction in artificial The girls in physical education class are put through
respiration. their paces.
Students discuss operation and care of automobiles with the driver education instructor, Mr. Johoske.
COMMERCIAL DEPARTME T
Mrs. Edith Covert teaches commercial subjects at The Juniors above are learning the basic techniques
Arcadia. Among her classes are Typing I and II, for using the mimeograph machine.
Shorthand I and II, and Office Practice.
Mrs. Covert attended Bliss Normal School, Musk-
ingum, Ohio University, and Bowling Green State
University for her college education.
The Sophomore typing I class is learning the basic Jeanne Waggoner, a typing I student is putting her
skills for typing. skills into practice.
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"Steamboat Sam" "Nobody Loves Me"
The Mississippi River, with its gay legends and tales, set the background for this year's operetta,
"Mississippi Melody". The operetta based primarily on the story of Tom Sawyer, was a combination
of melodic folk music and light comedy under the leadership of Mr. Irving Christnagel, the high school
music director. The 61-man cast created an evening of delightful entertainment for the audiences.
Outstanding in their parts were Gerald Lewis as the mischievous Tom Sawyerg Karen Fox as his harassed
Aunt Pollyg Lanny Springer as the rattle-tale Sidneyg Bill Collins as Steamboat Sam, the town herog
Carole Gordon as Mammyg and Don Driesbach as the naughty, dirty Huckleberry Finn.
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PATIENCE IS THE KEYSTONE TO SUCCESS
Sponsors - Mrs. Edith Covert
- Mrs. Virginia Wykoff
Flower - Pink Carnation
Color - Blue and White
. . Gary Switzer
. . John A. Cramer
. . . Karen Sue Fox
. . Barbra Jeanne Wade
Dian Arlene Stillberger
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WILLIAM D. COLLINS
JOHN A. CRAMER
MICHAEL V. CURTIS
DAN D. DUTTON
KAREN SUE FOX
GARY JOSEPH FRANKART
TED L. GARRETT
DAVID A. FRUTH
RICHARD M. GASSMAN
CAROLE ELAINE GORDON
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DENNIS G. GREER
DENNIS L. KING
ROGER M. KEEFE
DAN G. HARMON
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SANDRA KAY MONDAY
DICK M. NOLAN
L, ZOAN PAA NANEN
PAT RICIA RUTH PETERS
GALEN L. ROTH
Plotts Harness Luggage Shop
Warren's Men's Shop
Black and Warrners
Jim the Bicycle Man
E. W. Schaufelberger Jr. Insurance Co.
LeMars Upholstery Shop
Neff Lumbef Co.
Jacob's Floor Covering
DONALD I. HART
HDrainage is Land's Greatest AssetH
Member Ohio Drainage Contractors Association
Phone GA 2-35l7
DICKEN WCJNDERS STU DIOS
HYour School Photographeru
Bugner Grocery Fostoria
LeRoy's Jewelers Findlay
Kay's Beauty Shop Arcadia
Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Williams Fostoria
Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Brown Fostoria
Porter's Music Findlay
Kennedy Printing Co. Findlay
Bryant's Shoe Store Findlay
Medlock Jewelers Findlay
Pelton's Super Market Fostoria
Kinn Motor Sales Fostoria
Dr. Nemcik Bloomdale
Findlay Hearing Aid Center Findlay
Elsea T.V. and Appliances and Records Fostoria
Dietsch Brothers Findlay
Kelly's Hot Dogs Fostoria
Blose Gulf Service Fostoria
Al Bass Clothes Findlay
Besserman Florists FOStOFlS
Alice Dress Shop Findlay
Buckeye Auto Parts Fostoria
Wilson Shell Station Fostoria
Ballereich Furniture Store Fostoria
L 8 S Hobby Shop Fostoria
Graber Brothers FOSt0Vla
Anonymous Donor Fostoria
Ulf we haven't got it,
and can't get it,
Next to Gas Co.
VERE'S SPORTSMAN'S SHOP
309 South Main Street
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OF MUSIC The Class of '62
Ulf It's Music - We Have ltu FENSTERMAKERS
3l8 South Main
For Quality Shoes
In Findlay Since l889
HAROLD G. METZKER
C. B. MOORE
Hardware , paints 1506 Fostoria Road
TW A-M391 Findlay Ohio
Arcadia Ohio Phone GA 3'2372
THE ARCADIA CREAMERY
Cash Buyers - Cream and Eggs
Phone TW 4-MI76
C H A P M A N ' S .
Fostoria's Leading Jeweler'
Grain - Feed - Coal
Mill Phone 89-HHIZI
Elevator Phone 89-AAEZI
THE BASKET MARKET
HOn the Corneru
Fresh Dressed Meats
to BAUGH AND SONS COMPANY OF OHIO
The CIIGSS of '62 FOStQr'ia
FINSEL'S SUNOCO SERVICE Phone
Fostoria Ohio HE 5-7770
BILL'S MENS 5 BOYS WEAR
HWhere Economy Prevailsu
Fostoria's Most Complete
Store for Men S Boys
II8 South Main HE 5-2555
JOHNNY'S FRIENDLY MOBILE
Lyte 8 Poplar Street
ne: A35-6966 Fostoria, Ohio
FINDLAY PROVISION COMPANY
North River Road
Phone GA 2-8232
HGood Luck to the
Class of '62H
BORDEN'S ICE CREAM
M29 Trenton Avenue
JACKSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY
M6l East Main Cross
Rugs - Furniture - Carpets
WILSON'S SANDWICH SHOP
BRUCE B. BRYAN 5 SON
Cement Products and Feed
M09 West Main Cross Street
IOO7 Western Avenue
GA 2-lI82 GA 2-295l
TROUT FURNITURE COMPANY
508 South Main Street
To the Class of '62
JAQUA'S SPORTS MARINE INC.
TIMBERLANE BOWLING ALLEY
IMOO Sixth Street
Good Luck Graduates
Hthe most in dry cleaningu
llO East North Street
WEDGE LUMBER 8 SUPPLY
HANCOCK HYBRIDS, INC.
l205 East Sandusky
Congratulations to the
Class of '62
EGBERT'S HOME FURNISHINGS
MOM East Sandusky Street
Farm Supplies and Grain
Fln lay Mt. Cory
and Mt. Blanchard
THE COUNTRY MARKET
West on Route 224
Meats - Groceries
Phone GA 2-l365
237 Prospect Avenue
WARD LIVESTOCK COMPANY
Phone HE 5'8lO3
SWIFT 8 COMPANY
FORNES BRAKE SERVICE
l25 East Front Street
Specialists Since i929
FOSTORIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS
HE 5-3655 or HE 5-5160
Concrete 5 Light Weight
Transit Mixed Concrete
Repairing - Instruction
New and Used
Musical Instruments - Pianos
Accessories - Music
lOl Perry Street
303 South Main Street
Fostoria's Busiest Drug Store
lOl North Main
Artists With Flowers
R.R. 3 Phone
Fostoria, Ohio HE 5-6lll
205 West Sandusky
MENNEL MILLING COMPANY
Flour - Feeds
KWIK SHAKE INN
Phone HE 5-0992
To The Class of '62
H O F F M A N ' S
MAURICE TRACTOR s IMPLEMENT HOMER BEAN
John Deere Sales 5 Service CREDIT
405 East North Street JEWELER
Phone HE 5-M893
It Must Be Good
HARRY'S GOOD FOOD
MANN FUNERAL HOME INC.
2l7 West Center
KNAGGS INSURANCE AGENCY
Serving this area with the
finest and complete
MOES' BAKED ENAMEL SHOP
Body 5 Fender Repairing
Phone HE 5-6297
IZM7 North Countyline Street
E. J. Moes
HANCOCK SAVINGS 8 LOAN
PEGGS WALLPAPER AND PAINT
3l3-3l5 South Main Street
Phone HE 5-2703
BLOOMDALE BARBER SHOP
HThe Finest of Groomingn
THE OHIO SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Insured Savings and Home Loans
Corner of North and Main
HProtect What You Haven
By insuring With
5 THEOBALD AGENCY
lO9 East Center Street
HE 5-660m or 6605
J. B. BASEHORE 8 COMPANY
Gas Conversion Burners
and Gas Furnaces
Coal, Builder's Supplies
Concrete Septic Tanks
Ready Mix Concrete
3I3 East High Street
BLOOMDALE LUMBER COMPANY
Fostoria Ohio Bloomdale OOIO
IT PAYS TO BE AN OHIO FARMER
The Ohio Farmers The Ohio Farmers
Grain and Supply Grain Corp.
Fostoria Ohio Fostoria Ohio
Serving Ohio Farmers through Local Elevators
THE AHLENIUS COMPANY
HServing the community with sound policies
and faithful performance for 79 yearsu
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FOSTORIA
Fostoria, Ohio Bloomdale, Ohio
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
LUMBER S MILLWORK, INC.
See Us for Plan Suggestions and Estimates for New
Building and Remodeling
635 W. Tiffin Street -Phone HE 5-667l- Fostoria, Ohio
PRESLER OIL COMPANY
Your Distributor of
Cities Service Petroleum Prod.
For Farm, Home and Industry
Arcadia TW M-A6h5 Fostoria HE 5-53332
LAWN MOWER REPAIR
Parts - Service
Sharpening - Chain Saws
R. R. l Arcadia
Phone TW M-4l6l
Good Food and Sundries
FOSTORIA NEW CAR AND TRUCK
Willis J. Hakes, Inc. North-Up Motors, Inc.
Hummel Motor Sales, Inc. O'Donnel Chevrolet, Inc
Gillig Motors Nye Implement Co., Inc.
Weltle Rambler Sales Reineke Buick 8 Olds Co
That the Beauty of Life
HARROLD FUNERAL HOME
201 West Tiffin
F t ri Oh
THE TARBOX MCCALL STGNE
F diay Oh
SIMON'S DRUG STORE
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Bi dale Oh
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
220 Perry Street ------- Fostoria, Ohio--22O South Main Street
Complete Banking Services at all offices
Including Drive-In Banking at the Perry Street Office and
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member of the Federal Reserve System
HANCOCK BRICK AND TILE
Vitrified Drain Tile
Fittings - Y's, L's 8 Curves
Phone GA 2-652i
HANCOCK COUNTY FARM EQUIPMENT
GRUBB IMPLEMENT SALES FINDLAY TRUCK 8 FARM EQUIPMENT
HALL HARDWARE HANCOCK COUNTY FARM BUREAU
SMITH IMPLEMENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
F. G. BAME STREACKER FORD TRACTOR SALES
BURT PHIL IMPLEMENT SALES BOWMAN IMPLEMENT SALES
FINDLAY IMPLEMENT COMPANY WINK IMPLEMENT COMPANY
NATIONAL CARBCN CCJMPANY
THE SAN-A- PURE DAIRY
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FI DLAY COLLEGE
N! Wide choice of majors
V Outstanding faculty
V Evening and summer school programs
V Spiritual and personal guidance
X! New science hall
N! Modern residence halls
V Choir and band
V Intercollegiate and intramural sports programs
N! Student publications
V Variety of student organizations
N! Cogenial community
Ohio's Fastest Growing Liberal Arts School
Mrs. Louise Kirkendall serves as Secretary to Mr.
Mr. Waldo Good, Head Custodian, Mr. Bob Good,
Mrs. Lucile Conine serves as head cook and Mrs.
Glenna Mellot and Mrs. Marge Nesbit assists her.
Mr. Kenneth Anderson serves as Head Mechanic for
the Arcadia School Busses. He is assisted by eight
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ROW ONE: Marianne Lowery, Paula Ewing, Helen Streacker, Jennifer Wagner, Resa Gaertner, Candy
Stahl, Vickie Moon, Bonnie Fisher, Dana Such, Pam Semler. ROW TWO: Bernard Sheridan, Joe
Dippelhofer, Carleton Beamer, Sharon Snyder, Sandra Matrox, Carol Lowery, Karen Cook, Linda
Harris. Jerry MOYCY, Jeff Pelphrey. Tony I-Ioteling. TEACHER: Mrs. Kieffer. ABSENT: Steven Graham.
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Mrs. Kieffer is showing her students how to tell time. . It 'looks like resting time.
She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University -
and received an Elementary Education Diploma.
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ROW ONE: Michael Marvin, Barry Simmons, Ernie Russell, Penney Zellers, Kathy Sherman. ROW
TWO: Timmy Weiker, Jeff Cooper, Virginia Swartz, Richard Wyans, Brad Kemerley, Steven Lantz
Albert Kelbley. ROW THREE: Mike Tong, Jerry Bowman, Carol Wilhelm, Terry Beamer, Debra
Binger, Becky King, Nancy Reddin, David Tong. TEACHER: Mrs. Kieffer.
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SEATED, Left to Right: Martha Rader, Nancy Oates, Donna Gilliland, Phillip Hackworth, Robin Lantz,
Gary George, Denise-lglog, Betty Guttenberg, Yollanda Tijerina. SECOND ROW: Kay Yeager, James
Heiserman, Susan James, Tom Wagner, Christina Mattox, Pete Ledesma, Timothy Stroub, Joey Leonard,
Jan Wolfarth, Jerrold Risner, Dale Nye. TOP ROW: Jay Flemion, Gregory Steyer, Ronald Wilson, Danny
Cole, Kevin Monday Melissa Metzger, Kathryn Beamer, Rita Ledesma, Michael Tyson, Daniel Dehnhoff,
L36 13350, ABSENT: Cathy S61T116I'.
MRS, MARTORIE MOORE Here is the first grade doing their part for the Christ
Bowling Green State University mas Program-
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Orville Rockey, Charles Casdorph, Jeanne Desgrange, David Holman, Dale
Wonders, Marcene True, Mark Reinhard, Holly Null, Jerry Graham, Kevin Litell, Keith Epley. SECOND
ROW: Connie Valenti, Debra Filliater, Nancy Binger, Richard Knepper, Joyce Anderson, .Rebecca
Cramer, Carolyn Rock, William Swartz, Kathy Gaertner, John Heiserman, John Lee, Debra Patton.
SEATED: Diana Insley, Mark Lieb, Clinton Oldaker, Robert Brandeberry, John Hayes, Sammy Mellott,
Tomas Sheman. ABSENT: Carl Hackworth, Irene Tijerina, Kim Simmons.
Mrs. Evalyn R. Gedeon has attended Bowling Green This picture shows the first graders. It is in this
State University of Chicago and Western Reserve grade that learning begins. '
ROW ONE: Mary Sheridan, Danny Peter, Nancy Zellers, Kristina Moyer, Mark Rosenberger, George
Henry, Terry Nickelson. ROW TWO: Duane Boes, Lynette Baughman, Jimmy Cooper, Jimmy Risner,
Dennis Tong, Ricky Arrand, Kay Wentworth, Barbara Guttenberg, Sandra Stewart, Brenda Mellott,
Karen Litell. ROW THREE: Tim Bolin, Rosie Sparks, Nick Geudea, Gary Ward, Tom Mandell, Stephen
Huff, Rebecca Fruth, Craig Ford, Dennis Roberts, Alan Hoy, Janet Hackworth, Lorena Kring, Jo Russell.
TEACHER: Mrs. Wolfe, Attended Findlay College, Ohio University, 3 yrs. ABSENT: Norman Sheridan,
ROW ONE: Timothy Wells, Mark George, Lou Ann Kish, Beth Schetter, Janice Valenti, Ruben Arazco,
Diane Peter, Joe Emerine. ROW TWO: Ronald Connie, Harry Swartz, Linda Smith, Doren Smith, Steven
Fleegle, Laurie Grine, Gregory Blosser, Ienniece Holden, Dorothy Hill, Perry Callaway, James Schubert.
ROW THREE: John Rockey, Rebecca Williams, Bonnie McDonald, Timothy Vance, Robin Price,
Michael Corner, Ricky Gibson, Robert Mullholand, Patricia Reddin, Robert Moore, Rita Pelphrey, Rose
Ann Lowery, David Noel, Edward Rock. TEACHER: Mrs. Clara Hoffman, McComb High School, Bowling
Green State University, B.S. in Education.
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ROW ONE: Kevin Zellers, Craig Holman, Jacalyn Rothenbuhler, David Fruth, Sue George, Richard
Bame, Carol Brown, Nancy Epley. ROW TWO: Rodney Ewing, Sandra Fitzpatrick, Robert Sheridan,
Diane Crawford, Diana Williams, Lee Anderson, Jim Bob Breyman, Dawn Wonders, Jennifer Martin,
Bernard Johnson, Edward Risner. ROW THREE: Diane Wykoff, Jane Nye, Deborah Lowery, Sheryl
Nalle, Marilyn Lewis, Judy Kaufman, Kip Gunn, Steven Cook, Tyrone Taylor, Zane Baughman, Ogden
Price, Dery1Na11e, Patricia Mellott. TEACHER: Mrs. Treece. ABSENT: Gary Holden.
MRS. .MAIUORIE TR-EECE 'Third graders busily, studying their English.
Bowling Green State University
ROW ONE: Neil Such, Dennis Conrad, Randy Gibson, Jerry Thomas, Kathleen Lowery, Susan Peters.
ROW TWO: Gary Gaertner, Ann Hoffman, Ricky Beach, Merritt Metzger, Linda Dehnhoff, John
Desgranges, Susan Lantz, Christine Taylor, Janice Springer, Sherri Gerber, Thomas Wolford. ROW
THREE: Benjamin Burkett, Rebecca Smith, Rex Mosher, Carolyn Callaway, Keith Frankart, Timothy
I-Iiser, Rodney Huffman, Edward Pownell, Rebecca Yeager, Dean Kirian, Lucile James, Bonnie
Reynolds, James Margraf. TEACHER: Mrs. Cosner.
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Grossman, Danny Hiser, Sue Reddin, John Gilliland, Barry Adams, Ralph Beamer, John Hoffman, Larry
McCumber, Ann Rader. ROW THREE: Stanley Jacobs, Kathy Cook, Dennis Gardner, Shirley Kumic,
Audie McDonald, Randy Marks, Linda Waggoner, Mary Ann Stuart, Laura Swartz, Glen Steyer, Frank
Werhle. TEACHER: Miss Bessie Fox, Bowling Green University, 2 yr.
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ROW ONE: Michael Gerber, Barbara Hitchings, Rebecca Evenbeck, Steven Valenti, Charles Hackworth,
John Tredway, Terry McEntire, Ivan Lee, Allen Thomas, Michael Huff, Cynthia Nickelson. ROW TWO
Wahneta Dutton, Charles Thomas, Curtis Such, Lucille Sherman, Stephen Williams, Ronald Wolery,
James Bowman, Jeranimo Guedea, Michael Coronado, Douglas Sparks. ROW THREE: Teresa Brown,
Kenneth Augsburger, Donald Guttenberg, Sandra Ford, Elizabeth Oldaker. TEACHER: Mrs. Glenn Dutton,
Bowling Green 1935-1937, 2 yr. diploma.
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Desgrange, Dennis Kirian, Georgia Calloway, Sue Graumlich, Becky Wiseley, Susan Litell, Nancy
Huffman, Alan Rader, Dennis Wonders. ROW TWO: Sharon Monday, Eldon Hoy, Gerald Epley, Dick
Augsberger, Boyd Hiser, Diane Dehnhoff, Janet Curtis, Iacquie Shaw, Diana Taylor, Robert Evenbeck,
Debbie Conrad, Bernice Emerine. ROW ONE: Larry Mosher, Dennis Fruth, Nancy Henry, Betty
Peters, Shirley Lieb, Sharon Rosenberger, Ricky Zellers, Larry Davison, lack Moyer. TEACHER: Rosie
MISS ROSIE FOX
Bowling Green University
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Coronado, Sue Gilliland, Deane Dukes, Daniel Moyer. ROW TWO: Hazel Kring, Lester Lute, Daniel
Lowery, John Moore, Kathy Wolery, David Taylor, Gayle Brown, Gale Yoakam, Christina Kolatis,
Chauncy Nalle, John Dutton, Michael Stroub. ROW THREE: Stephen Holman, Nancy Heiserman, Tom
Decker, David Thomas, Linda Nye, Sandra Conine, Edson Bishop, Larry Marks, Steven Roberts, Oneida
Guedea, David Crouse, Jon Hill, Betty Jacobs, Constants Wilson, Sandra Tong. TEACHER: Mrs.Weaver.
MRS. MARIE WEAVER
Bowling Green University
ROW ONEg Diane Lowery, Jacquie Swartz, Debbie Schetter, Judy Steyer, Darlene Gibson, DarienSuch
Victoria Needles, Alana Heischman. ROW TWO: Rebecca Schubert, Ruth Rathbum, Rebecca Tredway
Judy Long, Margaret Wehrle, Patricia Wells. ROW THREE: Stanley Brandeberry, Mike Bolin, Alan
Rader, Robert Casdorph, Daniel Ewing, Lewis Augsberger, Duane Jacobs, Alvin Curtis. TEACHER:
Mrs. Gladys Kuhlman.
MRS. GLADYS KUHLMAN
Michigan State University - B. S. Degree
Western State Teacher's College
Ohio Northern University
ROW ONE: Cynthia Beamer, Marsha Valenti, Harry Thomas, Donald Risner, David Hardin, Juanita
Sheridan. ROW TWO: Gloria Tyson, Alan Russell, Gerald Lee, Carol Woolley, Duane Dukes, Kathy
Martin, Stanley Wolfarth, Terry Lawrence. ROW THREE: Marsha Hummel, Kathy Wentworth, Gary
Conine, Richard Colman, Frank Purkey, Daniel Frankart, Dorothy Beach, Mary Desgrange, Hector
Guedea. TEACHER: Mr. Richter.
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Bowling Green 1959 - 1962 M. E.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Robert Mandell, Charles Lowery, Donald Sheridan, Michael Frankart,
Thomas Jameson, Richard Farmer, David Lute, Michael Wolford, Jerry Margraf, Steven Nickelson,
Robert Grossman, Richard Fruth. SECOND ROW: Larry Wedge, Jack Grossman, Carolyn Nye, Sally
Hile, Nancy Powell, Ruthann Moyer, Hilda Kingery, Margaret Smith, Ruth Wilson, Gregory Raney,
Daniel Tyson, Nickels Coronado. SEATED: Mary Guedea, Elizabeth Paananen, Carol Kaufman, Janet
McCumber, Dana Wonders, Rae Marie Myers, Linda Abersole, Patricia Smith, Nadine Bruce, Kathy
Schutzberg, Sharon Fruth. ABSENT: Raymond Valenti.
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Nichols, Victor Price, Thomas Graumlich, Kerry Gunn, Duane Bowman, Larry Ziegler, William Peters
Stephan Johnson, Daryl Fruth. SECOND ROW: John Metzger, Joseph Moyer, Vicki Wiseley, Andrea
Wonders, Sharon Binger, Wanda Fox, Helen Sherman, Pamela Gerber, Karen Bundy, Janice Moyer-,
Steven Bibbee, Dennis lnsley. SEATED: Lenna Bickel, Karen Bulkowski, Narda Boes, Mary Reynolds,
Mary Gilliland, Sandra Fisher, Barbara Knepper, Karen Cole, Deborah Henry, Sherry Zellers, Cheryl
Fruth. ABSENT: Sharon Crouse.
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TOP ROW, Left to Right: Galen Bruce, Vernon Seel, Tony Wiseley, Tom Paananen, Gaylen Taylor,
Warren Cook, Gary Tong, Mike Beamer. SECOND ROW: Alice Thomas, Suzanne Russell, Janice
Moore, Sue Schutzberg, Janet Metzger, Lucy Swartz, Pat Wolford, Jacqueline Lantz, Linda Norris,
Becky Grine, Janet Monday. SEATED: Tierney Conrad, Juanita Fruth, Linda I-Ieiserman, Donna
Gooch, Peggy Cole, Thana Reid, Alice Beamer, Sharon Adams, Susan Mandell. ABSENT: Lynnie
Calloway, Don Rockey, Kristine Wentworth, Fabio Franco.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Robert Smith, Glen Kring, Jack Bame, Steve Mellott, Bill Fox, Steve Gillen,
Fred Leonard, Ron Lawrence, Tom McEntire, Richard Grossman, Steve Brandeberry. SECOND ROW:
Todd Vitt, Ricky Bowman, Charles Yoakam, Nancy Augsburger, Mary Howard, David Snavaly, Dan
Raney, Dan Noel, Robert Hiser, Randy Russell. SEATED: Carol Crawford, Sheila Ford, Lucille Thomas
Pamela Wolfarth, Nancy Hiser, Peggy Augsburger, Nancy Harris, Bonnie Barnes. ABSENT: Melody
Hill, John Long, Nancy Spero, Richard VanSant, Sam Easterwood.
ROW ONE: Sharon Nickelson, Linda Thomas, Marlene Steyer, Susan Vitt, Beth Peters, Mary Ann
Moyer, Marsha Seel, Jane Myers. ROW TWO: Nancy Wilson, Luana Sherman, Marilyn Moyer, Sandra
Schubert, Barbara Nesbitt, Vicki Tredway, Karen Woodruff, Vera Perkey, Linda Schutzburg, Diana
Swartz. ROW THREE: Brad Russell, Bob Vackert, Ian Moore, Mike Morris, Jerry Tong, Raymond
Reinhard, Charles Watkins, Bob Roberts, Tom Wade, Tom Rader, Don Noel.
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Nancy Beimdieck, Rebecca Groth, Eulalia Emerine.
Fisher, Mary Augsburger, Barbara Blake, Pat Bibbee,
Gary Baughman, Franklin Long, Larry Brown. ROW
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Lamar Miller, Ron Beach.
ROW TWO: Dave Hengsteller, Tom Caster, Connie
Peggy Garrett, Deborah Burkett, Mary Jane Good,
THREE: Dick Margraf, Gary Moore, Lanny Boes,
Bishop, Larry Bowman, Gary Grine, Daryl Jacobs,
ROW ONE: Susan Swartz, Vija Paananen, Martha Weaver, Janet Kring, Sara Sherman, Zuelrna
Marquez, Martha Keefe. ROW TWO: Rosemary Nolan, Grenda Roth, Carol Salisbury, Jean Thomas,
Phyllis Wolford, Jeanne Waggener, Patricia Jacobs, Lois Snyder. ROW THREE: Robert Peters, Robert
Swartzmiller, William Minard, Robert Leonard, William Hiser, Larry Thomas, Ray Sheridan, Kenneth
Knettle, Thomas Moyer, Eugene Margraf.
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Cook, Rita Emerine. ROW TWO: Lonnie Greer, Richard Crawford, Melvin Boes, Carl Fraley, Dan
Davidson, Roy Gibson, Charles Cole, Ron Edwards. ROW THREE: Jack Hardin, Jerry Gassman, Carl
Heinsman, Michael Hill, Glenn Farmer, John Crouse, Mike Brandeberry, Bill Ebersole, Tony Filliator.
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Lou Russell, Janet Martin. ROW TWO: Louis Pelton, Dwight Roether, Kay Nickelson, Paula Reinhard,
Barbara Noel, Tom Noel, David Roberts. ROW THREE: Lanny Springer, Mike Leonard, David Mellott,
Henry Vackert, Gerald Lewis, Tom Pessell, Mike Snyder, Dennis Shiley, Dick Steyer.
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Eisarnan, Janet Kuhlman, Pat Farmer. ROW TWO: Mike Bulkowski, Don Driesbach, Dennis Bruce
Gerald Desgrange, David Groth, Mike Leathers, Norman Boes. ROW THREE: John Grossman, Bob
Colman, Francis Boes, Allen Huffman, Tom Fox, George Fruth, Dale Bowman, Gary Decker.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Dennis Bruce, Janet Kuhlman, Zoan Paananen, Paula Reinhard, Maxine
Good, Bonnie Thomas, Nancy Anderson, Galen Roth, Dale Bowman, Karen Fox, Sandra Killien, Pat
Peters, Carole Gordon, Sandra Monday. SEATED: Mr. Davies, Brenda Killien, John Cramer, Gary
Frankart, Gerald Lewis, Jane Nichols, Bill Collins.
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Lanny Springer, Gerald Lewis, Don Driesbach, Pat Jacobs, Sherry Cook, Barbara Binger, Sara-Sherman.
SECOND ROW: Barbara Wade, Zoan Paananen, Sondra Adams, Vija Paananen, Phyllis Wolford, Jean
Thomas, Karen Fox, Barbara Noel, Mary Loth, Rosemary Nolan, Carole Gordon, Martha Keefe. SEAT
ED: Mrs. McCoy, Nancy Good, Steve Adler, Mary Ann Thomas, Pat Peters, Dian Stillberger, June
SEATED: Mrs. Covert, Sponsor, Martha Keefe, Secretary-Treasurerg Karen Fox, Presidentg Maxine
Good, Vice-Presidentg Debbie Burkett, Reporter. STANDING: Janet Kuhlman, Vera Purkey, Nancy
Good, David Groth, Gary Frankart, Mike Curtis, Roger Keefe, June Bishop, Bonnie Thomas, Roger
Good, Torn Moyer.
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SEATED: Gary Frankart, Student Council Rep. 3 John Cramer, Vice-President, David Fruth, Presidentg
Karen Fox, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Slough, Sponsor. STANDING: Janet Kuhlrnan, Zoan Paananen,
Brenda Killien, Maxine Good, Paula Reinhard, Nancy Anderson, Sandra Killien, Dale Bowman, Tom
Fox, Gerald Lewis, Don Dreisbach.
"ThS MO0HdUStEIS" , a group of Juniors sang in honor Those attending were the Senior class, Junior class
of the graduating Seniors at the Junior-Senior Ban- and the faculty and their wives or husbands.
quet held on May 12 in Findlay.
Here at the FHA banquet June Bishop presents gifts Only a part of the large crowd which came to the
of appreciation to those women who helped the harvest supper is shown here. The Seniors served
FHA. this supper to help pay for their trip.
This year the Hancock County Music Festival was held at
The all-county choir and all-county band were composed of
the best music students from each of the seven county schools. The
directors of each county school took turns conducting the choir and
All members and conductors arrived at noon, and spent the
rest of the afternoon practicing. Supper was served and a record hop
held for the students in the evening.
That evening the concert took place in the new gymnasium
with the band and choir presenting several numbers each. The finale
was a combined number 'by the band and choir.
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Mr. Wheeler .
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Aunt Lettie. .
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Jeannie . .
Terri . .
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Act One - The lounge of Madison Avenue Girls Hotel. One Afternoon
Act Two - The same. Mid-evening, several weeks later.
Act Three - The same. Mid-evening, several weeks after Act Two.
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Maw Belsnickle . . .
Ceelie Belsnickle . , .
Bonnie Mae Belsnickle
Juney Lou Belsnickle .
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. .June Bishop
. . Carole Gordon
. . Zoan Paananen
. .Sandra Springer
Four Belsnickle. . . . . . . . Nancy Good
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Six Belsnickle . .
Obeey Upschlager .
Lucy Maxwell . .
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. Gary Switzer
. Mike Curtis
. Dick Nolan
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Bob Peters and Torn Castor are shown here with their projects. Bob received a superior rating on
his digital computer at the Science Fair and an excellent at Science Day at Bowling Green. Tom re-
ceived a superior at the Fair on his project of an Etched Circuit Radio Receiver. He also displayed his
project at Bowling Green where he received a good.
The Science Fair held at Arcadia this year proved a great success. The fair was the culmination
of two years of effort on the part of the Science Instructors of Hancock County.
The purpose of the fait was to serve as a local elimination contest which is required for all pro-
jects going to the District Science Day at Bowling Green.
Four out of six gold medals for the top projects in each field went to Arcadians. The medal
winners from Arcadia were: Gary Baughman in the field of Zoology, Bob Peters in Physics, Sheila
Ford in Earth Science, and Dennis Insley in Mathematics.
Gary Baughman and Ray Reinhard both received superiors at Bowling Green. Out of 960 projects
186 received superiors, and '76 of the superiors were chosen to go to the State Science Day at Toledo
on May 5. The candidates for State Science Day were chosen on a point scale of 40 points. Of the
inhard received 40 and earned the right to go to Toledo. Gary Baughman
received 35 points but due to the number of people who had higher scores, he did not get to go.
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of the quartz mineral family. The knowl-
edge of her project plus the minerals she
collected from her family and friends,
rated her Superior at the Science Fair.
Galen Roth is shown here being judged by
Professor Harold Newhard of Findlay Col-
lege on his project of micro photography
of crystal formations.
Galen received an excellent on his project
and was encouraged to go to Bowling Green
Alice Beamer exhibits her project in the
field of botany, on "Reproduction through
Po11ination". Alice won a Superior rating
and a chance to enter her project in the
District Science Fair at Bowling Green.
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ROW ONE: Tom Moyer, Torn Pessel, Bill Ebersole, David Groth, Mike Leonard, Torn Fox, Dennis
Shiley. ROW TWO: Coach Kenneth Shaffer, Jerry Gassman, Carl Heinsman. Mike Brandeberry,
Gerald Lewis, Bill Hiser, Tony Filliator, Don Dreisbach, Manager Jerry Margraf.
ROW ONE: Bobby Gassman, Mike Frankart, Jerry Margraf, Billy Peters, Joe Moyer. ROW TWO:
Tom Rader, Don.Noe1, Dick Margraf, Brad Russel, Tom Wade. ROW THREE: Coach Kenneth
Shaffer, Gary Grine, Larry Bowman, Fred Leonard. Steve Gillen, Roger Godd, Tom Paananen,
Jerry Tong, Manager Bob Mandell.
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KNEELING: Coach Johoske and Captain Jack Risner. STANDING, Left to Right: Dwight Roether, Gary
Switzer, Gary Frankart, Galen Roth, Mike Curtis, Dan Dutton, John Loth.
The success of a team usually depends on the number of games won in contrast to the number of
games lost. I feel this to be true also. But I also feel that the attitude, spirit, and desire, plus the
way a player or team plays the game is important, too.
The members of this year's team gave one-hundred per cent of their ability all of the time. In
any endeavor this is a great characteristic to display.
To the senior members of this year's squad I want to wish the greatest amount of success to you.
Work as hard as you did in basketball and your life will be very rewarding. Good Luck.
Richard L. Johoske
VARSITY SCORING RECORDS - 1961-62
Total Points Average
The team's season record was 5110 while the league record was 313. We tied for third place in
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Carl Fraley, Dennis Bruce, Raymond Reinhard, Roger Keefe, Dan Harmon, Dennis Greer, Bob Roberts,
Bob Colman, Chuck Cole, Mike Bulkowski, Henry Vackert. BOTTOM: Bob Vackert, Eugene Margraf,
Bob Peters, Dick Steyer, Dick Gassman, Dale Bowman, Gary Decker, Bob Leonard, Ted Garrett.
The Arcadia High School Wrestling Team posted an eight won and five lost season record. Most
valuable wrestler of the season voted by the team was Ted Garrett. Ted has won twenty-one, tied
three in dual matches, and lost two in tournament play. Ted holds the distinct honor of the first
Arcadian to represent this school in Ohio State Athletic Competition. ,
STANDING: Coach Johoske, Jerry Tong, John Loth, Dennis Shiley, Dan
Dutton, Jack Risner, Henry Vackert, Bill Ebersole, Gary Switzer. KNEELING:
Roger Good, Mike Bulkowski, David Groth, Tom Martin, Dwight Roether,
Tom Moyer, Gary Grine, Brad Russell. SITTING: John Dutton.
The team played five games this year. Two of these games were
tournament games. The record for the season stands at two wins and three
H The first game of the tournament with Cory-Rawson went to Arcadia
with a score of 11-1. The championship game with McComb ended with a
score of 3-1 in favor of McComb.
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Brandeberry, Mike Morris, Franklin Long, Darrel Jacobs, Dick Margraf.
BOTTOM ROW: Mike Leonard, Gary Decker, Tom Fox, Steve Adler, John
Arcadia's track team had two meets before County time trials in which
two boys placed, John Loth and Mike Leonard. At the County meet we had a
team score of 4 points. John Loth supplied 2 points and the mile relay team
produced 2 more. Tom Fox and John Loth were our co-captains.
RKD GRIDDERS GRIND OUT THIRD IN COUNTY - 4 WINS 3 LOSSES I TIE
ROW ONE: Tom Martin, Ted Garrett, Dave Fruth, ,Galen Roth, Gary Frankart, Jack Risner, Mike Curtis, Dick Gassman, Dan Dutton, John Loth,
Gary Switzer. ROW TWO: Assistant coaches, Mr. Johoske and Mr. Shaffer: Head Coach, Mr. Tankg Don Dreisbach, John Grossman, Dave Groth,
Iienry Vackert, Tom Pessell, Bill Ebersole, Dennis Shiley, Dwight Roether, Mike Bulkowski, Mike Leonard. ROW THREE: Brad Russell, Bob
Vackert, Daryl Jacobs, Charles Cole, Tom Moyer, Bob Peters, Bob Leonard, Dave Mellott, Bill Hiser, Mike Brandeberry, Tony Filliater, Ronnie
Beach. ROW FOUR: Jan Moore, Larry Bowman, Torn Radar, Roger Good, Raymond Reinhard, Charles Watkins, Steve Bishop, Jerry Tong, Tom
Wade, Dave Hengsteller, Don Noel, Manager: Dan Harmon.
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the traditional Homecoming fashion by the football captain, Mike Curtis.
The queen and her court were chosen by popular vote of the student body. Attending the queen
during the ceremony wereg Senior attendant, Dian Stillburger, and her escort, Jack Risner, Junior
attendant, Bonnie Thomas and her escort, Dwight Roether, Sophomore attendant, Carol Salisbury and
her escort Tom Moyer. The crown bearer for the occasion was Joyce Anderson and the doorman was
The traditional Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the Student Council, was held in honor of
Queen June and her court, following the victorious game.
KAREN FOX JOHN CRAMER
Barbara Wade, Class Poem: David Fruth, Class UPPER TWENTY FIVE PER CENT--Barbara Wade
Historyg Gary Frankart, Class Wi11g Zoan Paananen, Dian Stillberger, Karen Fox, Zoan Paananen, Bill
Class Prophecy. Collins, John Cramer, Gary Frankart, David Fruth.
DELFINA TELLEZ SANDOVAL
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