Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH)

 - Class of 1967

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X -'w w Q Q- . is i-v'5i1r n4'p.n,nry HAPPINESS IS--BRINGING THIS MESSAGE TO YOU FROM YOUR FACULTY The young people in our high schools today understand that this particular moment is a part of today, but they cannot quite visualize that when tomorrow comes it will also be "today" and that its problems will be the problems they are now looking at and scheduling for future consideration. Tomorrow is on the way for all of us, students and teachers, and it is bringing special challenges to all of us. Industrial, business, social, and governmental problems will require resourcefulness, imagination and initiative. Clear thinking is a fundamental requisite for intelligent action in solving all difficulties and education is the fountain- head of clear thinkingt The faculty of Arcadia High School asks of the present day student that he do his work so well day by day that when he goes out into the world on his own he will be fully prepared for his assignment. That means that we, the faculty, devote our time and abilities, most earnestly, to his self development through his self improvement. The faculty is ever striving to make the student more competent, more capable, more efficient, tomorrow than he is today, because fftoday is the tomorrow he was thinking about yesterday. ' ' The faculty wishes to leave you with this thought, "Hap- piness tomorrow is doing your very best today." v -'- w Q The Board of Education R Mr. Donn Conrad President Mr. Fred Heischman ML- Francis Steyer The Board of Education of Arcadia Local School is comprised of men with far-reaching vision. They see the needs of the future but no not close their eyes to the necessities of the present. Happiness is the sense of pride we have in the Arcadia Board of Education and their attractive and efficient clerk, Mrs. Fleegle. Mr. William Bowman moved to Columbus, Ohio in April 1967. Mrs. Robert Gunn was selected to fill out Mr. Bow- man's term of office. :I Q A' AA PF' ,f X, ,u4.,P 'u . W gtk' r 1' ?- - ,I 4,-as Mr. philip King Mr. William Bowman Mrs. Robert Fleegle A dministration Mr. John Cindric, Superintendent, and Mr. James Slough, Principal, head our High School Faculty. We, as teachers, salute them and know you, as students, do also, for the fine ideals of education that they up- hold. Happiness is--being able to work with two such fine gentlemen and astute scholars. Mrs . Margaret Wolery Secretary . An office can be just another business unit, or it can be a place of charm and goodwill. We are so proud of "Margaret" and the lovely effect she creates for our school. Here is a secretary well-endowed with personal charm and wit, a desire to be of service, a talent for soothing ruffled feathers, and a capacity for getting everything done. Strangers comment on the attractive, seasonal displays that always grace our office counter, and the warmth and friendliness that emenate from the office, itself. Thank you "Margaret" for just being "you"! High School Faculty Happiness for students is picturing the high school faculty caught by the roving photographer, either in their rooms or in the Lounge. Aren't we lucky to have a faculty with a sense of humor? E Mr. M. Ricketts looking over an arithmetic test. Mrs. Noel checking the Library files. 1' J LL 1 xl Mr. Cunningham in his Vo-Ag laboratory. unj A .Q i. Q Mr. Elsea preparing for a science class. Mrs. Haley catching up with the news before Spanish class. .1 51 Mr- Keller telling about a basketball victory Mr. Steyer contemplating his new MA degree before alge- for Arcadia. bra class. Mrs. Bienefiel checking her English assignment. ' - Mrs. Elsea Perusing her favorite subject, history. 1 - , . Y . 1, ,, 1'-"" B , ,Fi A '16, I n'-1 - .I , L. -... la Mr. D. Ricketts in his Industrial Arts lab uniform. Mr. Swasick points, with pleasure, to a science discovery. w v w I l Mr. Vrooman conducting! ---e Mr. Deter laying down the "1aw". Mr. Shaffer dreaming up a new football play. A 3 -LP. A -1-" X 13? f VA 5 ' 4 gk, Q Z .4 1 N ' 9 fx ill? 1 Q I 4 ftp afr?zgN-khan, R hx N 1 f qPxN X 'ir -" -'rv A Mrs Knouse relaxing after all that dlcta tion C-P Mrs. Wykoff smiling over a new recipe. Building Personnel naar 1--------W-- -' Cooks Mrs. Paul Conine, Mrs. Ray Mellott. and Mrs. Raymond Nesbitt are our school cafeteria cooks. Appetizing noon lunches are served every day to both elementary and high school stu - dents. Bus Drivers Mr. Gerald Binger, Mr. Wm. Bickel. Mr. Louis Vrooman, Mr. Bob Good, Mr. Clark Moyer, Mr. R. Hengstatler, Mr. Kenneth Anderson, Mr. Raymond Nesbitt, and Mr. Clyde Cardwell. are the bus drivers for Ar- cadia school. They not only pick up and deposit students every day during the school year, but buses are available for transporting students on field trips, for sports, and special events. Custodians Mr. Robert Good, Mr. William Bick- el, and Mr. Clyde Cardwell are our p competent custodians. They keep our school clean and neat and Mr. Good is always available to help students with moving flats for plays and putting down bleachers for spe- cial events, and any number of help- ful services which are so often need- ed. HAPPZNE S S ZS BESNG ws SSSXSEOS? QQQ9 QTUL gf if 1967 0,1 Cc 77701 ,g',4zE5 9 42 W , A or '17-'fm-+ 'ujzdcfff SMmWM2afnZ?lf?22,,fZZMa 55' ffMm.gim,,4f,,QZM 'WWW 722, WZMVMW. 'MQ . 77hJ.+7m,,4 h4j AQ pu, QYZZT M .JZ MLM HQMM 252--f , Luv Luigakyywnfa 4 Senior Class Officers . 'R in qv 5 Mr. Ricketts, Adilisor: Vicki Wisely, Vice-President: Larry Zeigler, President: Steven Johnson, Treasurer. The industrious Senior Class of '67 has been very active in their preparations for a successful Senior Trip. The sale of mums at the Homecoming headed the agenda, which was soon followed by a strong surge of class participation with the annual Harvest Supper. As the old year drew to a close, the class sponsored the Christmas Dance entitled "Frosted Fantasy". The Senior Play, "Wild About Harry", was presented as one of the first major activities of the new year along with serving at several banquets. We labored zealously so as to insure the enjoyment of the greatest trip ever. I I5 Mrs. Wykoff, Advisor: Jerry Margraf, Student Council: Kerry Gunn, Secretary: Sandra Fisher, Student Council: STEVEN SHERMAN BIBBEE Wrestlingg Football: Honor So- cietyg Trackg Student Council. I LENNA IO BICKEL Bandg Choirg Ir. Playg Annual Staffg Buckeye Girls' State Del- egate. . J.i"'Q1, , ,- 4 . , rl mm , l I I -, l NADINE ELIZABETH BRUCE GAAg FHAgC11Ol.I'3B2.l'1d:I1'. 85 Sr. Plays Com. NARDA FAYE BOES FHA, Officer: Pep Clubg Librar- iang Choir: Honor Society. Seniors SHARON SUE BINGER Honor Society fOfficerJg GAAg Pep Club fOfficerJg Sr. Playg Student Council. , 'Y'-'-A DUANE BOWMAN Yearbook Editorg Honor Societyg Footballg Jr. 85 Sr. Playsg Choir. KAREN SUE BUNDY Honor Societyg Annual Staff: GAA: Ir. 85 Sr. Playsg Choir. Seniors KAREN SUE BULKOWSKI GAA, Officerg Cheerleaderg Soph 8: Jr. Homecoming atten- dantg Choirg Annual Staff. SHARON S UE CRO USE Honor Society: Annual Staffg Ir. 8: Sr. Plays: GAAQ Choir. LINDA EBERSOLE KAREN SUE COLE GAA. Officerg Sr. Homecoming attendantg Ir. Playg Choirg , Cheerleader. SANDRA I EAN FISHER Magoretteg Honor Societyg Sr. Class Officerg Student Councilg Ir. 85 Sr. Plays. 'N.f' V-'17 WANDA I EAN FOX Bandg Choirg Operettag Honor Societyg Annual Staff. . - FHA:Jr. Play. Com.g Honor Societyg Science Club. Seniors C HERYL FRU TH DARYL DUANE FRUTI-I Honor Societyg Jr. 85 Sr. Playsg J l Science Club. A l ,Lf SHARON ANN FRUTHK GAAg Pep cmb, FHA: choir. MARY ANN GILLILAND Annual Staffg FI-IAg Ir. Class Officerg Pep Clubg Honor So - cie ty: THOMAS RAY GRA UMLICH Honor Societyg Footballg Annual Staffg FFAQ Ir. 85 Sr. Plays. YUM FSE' BOB GROSSMAN Football: Wrestling. RANDALL DEAN HUFFMAN FFA, Officerg Honor Societyg Student Councilg Science Club. Seniors Q-5 - 7 77' -""' r' 'YS JACK E. GROSSMAN Wrestlingg Footballg FFA. KERRY BRETT GUNN Honor Societyg Soph. Class Of- ficerg Bandg Basketballg Sr. Play SALLIE ANN HILE Fl-IA: GAAg Pep Clubg Choirg Jr. 85 Sr. Plays, Com. DEBORAH MARIE HENRY Bandg Honor Societyg Great Books Club: Science Club. l DENNIS INSLEY Honor Society. gf, ll. Q, CAROL SUE KAUFMAN GAA, Basketballg Bandg Choir: A Science Club. 20 .5 Seniors .wi ,. , THOMAS LANE IAMESON FFA. HILDA M. KINGERY GAAg Pep Clubg FHAg Ir. Play, Com. 'rr-""P STEPHEN F. JOHNSON FFA, Officerg Bandg Honor So- cietyg Sr. Class Officer. .0-3-'W BARBARA ANN KNEPPER Student Councilg GAAg Pep Club Officerg Annual Staffg Sr. Play. DONALD R. LEWIS FFA, Officerg Bandg Honor So- ciety: Jr. 86 Sr. Plays: Home- lcoming Court, Jr. Sa Sr. JANET KAY MCC UMBER FHA: Choirg Pep Club: Jr. 81, Sr. Plays, Com. Seniors CHARLES JOSEPH LOWERY FFA . JOHN CHARLES METZGER ball. Jr. 8a Sr. Playsg Librariang Foot- JERRY ALLEN MARGRAF Student Council, Officerg An- nual Staffg Footballg Basketball. WE ' Q JOSEPH C . MEYER Footballg Basketballg Jr. 8a Sr. Playsg Choir. yr, Seniors RAE MARIE MYERS GAA: Basketballg Pep Clubg Annual Staffg Choir. ELIZABETH R. PAANANEN GAAg Pep Clubg Student Coun- STEVEN NICKELSON 4 A . E -1. n, , ru w1z'l I ti' JAMES HOWARD NICHOLS L. cil. BILL PETERS Footballg Wrestling. NANCY MARIE POWELL Homecoming Queeng GAA, Of ficerg Cheerleaderg Student Councilg FHA. LYNN T . ROLLER Footballg Wrestlingp FFA. Of- ficerg Hancock County Junior Fair Board. 'eu -,..,v MARGARET L. SMITH GAAg Pep Clubg FI-IAg Choir. Seniors A fgbrl' SL I J" R 9 H . KATHY ANN SCI-IUTZBERG FHA, Officerg Librariang Pep Clubg Choirg GAA. NANCY JANE SMITH Librariang GAAg Pep Clubg An- nual Staff. HELEN LOUISE SHERMAN Jr. Sc Sr. Plays, Cheerleaderg GAA, Basketballg FFA Chapter Sweetheartg Annual Staff. ,H 1 H m DAN TYSON Student Councilg FFAg Annual staff. ffuikzz RAYMOND EDWARD VALENTI Wrestlingg Footballg Choir. Seniors GLENN DAVIS WA GGONER Basketballg Honor Societyg Bandg Choirg Jr. 85 Sr. Plays. VICKI DEE WISELEY Honor Societyg Sr. Class Officerg Annual Staffg Sr. 85 Ir. Playsg Band. 1"""D' ANDREA JEAN WONDERS Bandg Choirg FHA, State Choirg Jr. 86 Sr. Plays. Com. LARRY I OE WEDGE Wrestling. DANA ANNE WONDERS GAAg Girls' Basketball: Jr. Play Pep Clubg Fl-IA. Seniors LARRY ZIEGLER Honor Societyg Footballg Basket- ballg Student Councilg Sr, C1ass,' SHERRY LYNN ZELLERS Ofhce' ' Bandp Honor Society, Officerg Annual Staffg GAAg Sr. Play. F low er Red K: White Carnation Mot lf 0 T0day's Will Equals Tomorroufs Success. li gn lu TN Z-"2.,z,a VIC TOR PRICE Bandg Chong Science Club Books Club . C 0 1 0 r S Blue Kc Silver Gre at NAME 1. Steven Bibbee . 2. Lenna Bickel . . 3. Sharon Binger, , 4. Nadine Bruce, , 5. Narda Boes, , , 6. Duane Bowman , , 7. Karen Bundy , , 8. Karen Bulkowski . 9. Karen Cole. , , 10. Sharon Crouse , 11.-Linda Ebersole . 12. Sandra Fisher. . 13. Wanda Fox . . 14. Cheryl Fruth . . 15. Daryl Fruth .... 16. Sharon Fruth . . . 17. Mary Ann Gilliland 18. Thomas Graumlich -19. Bob Grossman. . . 20.. Jack Grossman . 21. Kerry Gunn. . . 22. Randall Huffman . 23. Sallie Hile . '. . 24. Deborah Henry . 25. Dennis Insley . . 26. Thomas Jameson , 27. Stephen Johnson, , 28. Carol Kaufman , , 29. Hilda Kingery , 30. Barbara Knepper, , 31. Donald Lewis , , 32. Charles Lowery , , 33. Jerry Margraf, , 34. Janet McCumber , 35. John Metzger , , 36. Joseph Moyer . . . 37. Rae Marie Myers , 38. Steven Nickelson , 89. James Nichols. . . 40. Elizabeth Paananen 41. Bill Peters .... 42. Nancy Powell, , 43. Lynn Roller .... 44. Kathy Schutzberg . 45. Helen Sherman , , 46. Margaret Smith , , 47. Nancy Smith . . 48. Dan Tyson .... 49, Raymond Valenti , 50. Glenn Waggoner I 51, Larry Wedge , , 52. Vicki Wiseley , 53. Andrea Wonders. . 54. Dana Wonders . 55. Sherry Zellers , 56. Larry Ziegler , , 57. Victor Price , , NICKNAME "Steve". . . None . . "Bing" . nDj-non . None . . MACD!! . None . . nBu1lv .- lr Soupy". . "Mouse" , "Lin", , "Sam" , "FoXie" , , None. . None , . None . . lvMarnv lvT0mul ' "Oogy" . None . . "Stretch" . "Randy" , None . . "Deb" . None . . "Torn" . "Steve". None . . "Hildy". . "Barb" . "Don". . "Chas" , None . . None . . "Chuck" . Joe". . . Rae Ree" , uuNiCk1n ' "Jim". "Liz", , "Pete" , , "Bubbles", , "Red". . . "Kath" , None , , None . . None , , , "Big Tice" , "Ray". . "Waggs" . None , , None . . "Andi" . None . . None . . . "Colossal". . None . . . LIKES Cats , , , Boys . . Tim . . Clothes. . Food . . . Food ..... . Tom ...... London, England. Red hair .... Money . . Animals . . Potato chips. . Camaro . Horses . . . Model cars . . Bill .... Boys . . Cars . . Sports . Winnie . . Basketball . Cars . . . Boys . . Vic .... Photography . Basketball. . Motorcycles. . Sports . . . Dancing . Long hair . . Debbie . . . Mod clothes. . Money ..... Her dog ..... To be with the cro Farming .... Boys . . Dana. . Girls . Guitars . . Sports . Steve . . Turtle one . Food .... Cheerleading . . Paul ...... Driving in Findlay Singing ,,., Cars .... Motorcycles. . Fast cars . . "Get Smart" . Boys .... Driving . Doug. . Food . . Piano. - - . . Q 1 wd. . Senior Roundup PET PEEVE . .People that go along with the crowd. . . . . .Math .... . . . White socks . . . .Bananas . . . . . Snobbish people ..:.-... .- nf-- . .Being called "Golden Toe" . . .Conceited people. . . Steve Gillen. . . . Her nose . . . . . Full ash trays . .1-. sn ...sa . .People that call her "Lin" . . . . . . . People flipping pages of books . . . . . .Not getting phone calls . . . . . . Snobbish people . .Most anything . Two-faced people Two-faced People Wise cracks about . .Sissies . . . . ."Cops" . . . . . .Steve Bibbee . . . .Unknown . . . uf...- --..--. his curly hair -....-- 1. .--.Q-. ...a-.-1-an . . People that borrow money and keep it. . . . . Girls that flirt with Victor . . . . Nosey people .... . . . Girls ..... . .Yamaha's . . . . . Stuck up people . .Aggressive boys n... . .Two-faced people . . . . . .People that call him "Don" . . .Baggy pants . . . .Spending money . . . . Two-faced people . . . . . Girls that talk too much . . .Brats in the library . . . . .White socks . . . . Laural 85 Hardy. af... ...--Q WHERE FOUN D Luanne's ..... L86 K . . . Van Buren . . Findlay ..... Boe's Pizza Shop . Home ...... Ohio State U . . Leonard's . . Anywhere . . . Korner Lunch . Anywhere . . Marathon . . Straley's . . Home ..... On his cycle . . FUTURE Teacher .... History teacher . Physical therapist . Work and marriage . Teacher ..... Teacher .... Dental Hygiene . Secretary . . . IBM operator .... Medical technologist . Art school .... Secretary .... Music teacher . . College .... Teacher . Korner Ltuich. . Record hops . Findlay ...... Unknown . . Secretary . . Farming . .....- v .. . . Girls playing him for a sucker . . . . . .Stuck up people . . Brown nosers . . vue... -- . .Two-faced people . . . . Marvin Ricketts . . Snobbish people Q.. . .People that chomp food . . . . Having nothing to do . . . . Snobbish people . .Mr. Cunningham. . .Teachers . . . ....- . .People that drive like maniacs . . . . . . Laural 84 Hardy . . Nosey people, , , . .Snobs ,,,,, . .Two-faced people , , . .People that show off , , . - Work ....... . . .srupidny , , Where the action is Everywhere. . . . College basketball games .... Fostoria ..... Anywhere.. . . . Concerts .... Republican Courier On the farm . . . Gulf course . YFC . . . Brunswick . . Everywhere . Home .... Pit . . . Gayle's . . Home ...... Metzger's Market . I-Ieischmans . . Everywhere . Anywhere . . Reservoir . . Home . . . Brunswick . Parking . . Iimmy's . Home . , , With Brad , Home . . . Findlay . . "Jack's" . . . . Fostoria ,,,,, On his motorcycle. Burger Chef , , , Home .... With Carol, , With Steve ,,,, Drake Sr Phillips Where there is free Piano bench , , , 1 4 . food o . Work. . Barber .... Park warden . College. . . College. . Teacher . Unknown . . Farming . College ..... Phys. Ed. teacher . . Air line stewardess . . IBM operator . . . Agricultural work . Farmer ...... Restaurant manager. . Secretary .... College . Farming . . . IBM operator . Barber . . . Unknown . . College. . College .... Marriage . . . Horticulturalist . . . IBM operator ,,,, Office job and marriage Work and marriage, , Kodak ...... Unknown ,,,, Military service . . College. , , . , Military service , , Secretary , , , Unknown , , Secretary , , Secretary , , College ,,,,,, Artist in Residence , lass Prophecy Today, September 28, 1977, while I was clearing my desk at the office. I found a letter from one of my old class- mates from Arcadia. It started me thinking about what my classmates had been doing the last ten years. With a two week vacation coming up, I decided to travel back to Arcadia to see what careers they had followed. Immediately after boarding my flight, the stewardess walked up the aisle reminding everyone to fasten their seat belts. I was truly surprised to discover that the trim, slim shapely stewardess was ANDREA WONDERS. We didn't have time to talk, however, for at that moment the pilot gave us our welcome and further instructions. This voice had a fa- miliar ring so I inquired of Andrea as to who it was. She smiled brightly and answered. "That is Captain THOMAS IAMESON. After a rather bumpy flight and an even more terrifying landing, I departed with a farewell word and a hope that I would find more of my classmates. Since the Arcadia Airport was so far from downtown Arcadia, I hailed a taxi only to find that the driver was STEVE JOHNSON. I certainly hoped his driving had improved since high school days. I asked him to take me to the Arcadia Sheraton, and then made inquiries as to the whereabouts of other classmates. Steve told me that tonight was the opening of Arcadia's Metropolitan and that two of the performers were former class- mates. It seems that WANDA FOX was going to sing the lead in the opera. "Madame Butterfly." The score was to be arranged and conducted by VICTOR PRICE who later was to tour the world as a concert pianist. DEBRA HENRY was using her fine mental abilities to manage the finances and arrangements for Victor. We stopped momentarily for a circus parade where I spotted more of my classmates. Leading the parade was the barker, JOE MOYER. It seems that he was putting his one great talent to use. After a few monemts, my eyes were fill- ed with an awesome sight. Before me stood a man with a form of sinewy muscles on a framework of titanic stature. It was the strongman of the circus, DUANE BOWMAN. He recognized me and flexed his bulging biceps! We finally continued and presently drew at my hotel. Rushing out to greet me was the hotel manager, RAY VAL- ENTI. Ray started his career as a bellboy and worked his way up to owner of the Hotel. Ray told me that DONALD LEWIS was in town promoting his latest film the classic, "Alfie", with personal appear- ances. I was famished so I went to the Hotel Restaurant and to my amazement I found JERRY MARGRAF busily preparing his famous Kangaroo a la Carte. It suddenly burst into flame but I was assured that this was the only true way to fix this exotic dish. My trip had worn me down so I went to the Hotel Beauty Shop to freshen up. Here I found SHARON FRUTH who is manufacturing her own line of hair coloring. "Summer Red". She said it was a big success and that she had gotten the idea from LYNN ROLLER, who is now playing football for the Arcadia Bruisers. Sharon told me that STEVE BIBBEE was the world's champion wrestler. On a recent appearance on Big Time Wrestling where he wrestled "Mac the Masher" he was quoted as saying, "I am the Greatest." LENNA BICKEL is Editor of the "Arcadia Tattler" and has a syndicated column in several newspapers. KAREN BULKOWSKI is still signing books out at Arcadia Public Library which is not the largest library in the United States. I .TACK GROSSMAN has become Agent "86". He lives in danger and in his words, "loving it. Would you believe tolerating it?" I asked Sharon where the action was in Arcadia and she suggested DDT's Discotheque. The place was really alive when I entered. The owner, DAN TYSON, walked up but I didn't recognize him because of his long. curly locks. HILDA KINGERY was really moving to the music of the famous musical group, "The Dead. " GLENN WAGGONER was on bass guitar, CHUCK METZBER on lead, TOM GRAUMLICH on the drums, while CHUCK LOWERY wailed out their latest hit, "I Met Her in a Cemetery." y KAREN COLE, RAE MARIE MYERS, BARB KNEPPER, SHARON BINGER, and SHARON CRUSE were sitting at a table enjoying the music. I journeyed over to their table and inquired about what they had been up to the last ten years. Karen was spending her last night in the states. She had enlisted in the army and was being sent to Germany to inspect the troops. Before she could undertake this assignments she had to take special training in self-defense. Rae Marie had just completed medical school and was setting up her own practice as a lip specialist. Barb has been making her livlihood as a fashion designer and originator of the "total cover look." As a 120 pound model she exhibits and wears many of her own creations. Sharon Binger is a Professor at Berkely and is teaching the course of "How to Riot Suc- cessfully. " Sharon Crouse has been painting canvases in abstract art. Her latest master piece is entitled, "Whistler's Cow, " which sold for a mere 954.000, There was a big flash of a camera and I looked over to see what was taking place. I was flabbergasted to see BOB GROSSMAN. I went over to talk with Bob and learned that he was Editor of Playboy. He informed me that another of our classmates was just selected "Bunny of the Month" by his magazine. He seemed reluctant to say who it was but I managed to find out it was SALLIE HILE. It was getting late so I decided to go back to my hotel. Continued on Page 38 HAVPZNESS ZS BEING IN SSZSXSXOS? ACTZYZTZES Senior Personalities fl 14. i W ij .V MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Randy Huffman Sharon Binger Jerry Margraf Sharon Crouse , MOST DEPENDABLE FIIQE BE! Senior Personalities BEST ATHLETES Carol Kaufman Bill Peters 'YW hx.-. If MOST PLEASING PERSONALITIES Nancy Powell Jerry Margraf Senior Personalities WITTIEST Dan Tyson Sallie Hile BEST ACTRESS AND ACTOR Helen Sherman Donald Lewis Senior Personalities BEST DRESSED Kerry Gunn Karen Bundy r BEST MUSICIANS Victor Price Wanda Fox Senwr Dr. Vorhees and The Honorable Jackson Betts attending our supper. Harvest PP Seconds? Mr. Blazer. 'fat Wipe Out! When does the main course begin?? Calorie C0umer5?? "The tray is the thing, whereon I'll catch a little of everything!" Etiquette at its best. Kind of a Drag! f - These are people who like to eat. Supervising kitchen duty Frosted Fantasy Christmas .Dance 1 966 "T'was the night before Christmas I've got this pain right here! .- ,ki V 1 V E Remember the blizzard of .49, . .and I in my nightcap. . . " Are you sure he is coming tonight? Ijust know it's my GI Joe! !! . ' r n o Q ' Y ,. I You could step on my toe for this, but "Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night. " enior Class Play I ilu' Squeaky Rigley . . . . Glenn Waggoner Plato Blair . . . Chuck Metzger Harry Hart . . . . Tom Graumlich Sarah Hart . . . . Sharon Crouse Mickie Hart . . . Karen Bundy Sue Roberts . . . . Sandra Fisher Helen Fay . . . Helen Sherman J Yoyo Bruno. . Sandy Baxter . . Mr. Squaffers . Mrs. Gleason . . Permelia Gleason Dalton .... Sadie Harris . . ,Quinn-ff LU ru H - Duane Bowman . . Donald Lewis . . Daryl Fruth . Barb Knepper . Sherry Zellers . . Joe Moyer . Sharon Binger n 5 4 l Directed by Kerry Gunn. Mrs. Pat Bene- I just saw a Yellow-bellied Sap Sucker over in Pinky Radabaughs field and Vicki Wiseley. elm 36 H1461 .t .Jr ha. 66Wild About Harry" ' lllmns. "", H thlrrcyanilg case you ve changed your mind about Squeaky, Get the led out Ofyom Pants Your loacys an ready 3 P ' ' ' Q P ' , E V its Mig' i hifgil Q -I."" Q-. I feel Sick. I just know how to re- lax. De ar W It Harryvs only a tem- One can see the po- Paiejr Everything was just fine until dames had to porary interest. femliamies- ' Show UP- ,, ,ff ,, , ir.. i, I -X -. ' Vw 5 Q' ' 5' 3 0 IIN' -K lk M P Poppycock! 35 I- Shower, basin, and -uh-hum-modern plumbing. Oh, Harry! You can quit eating Squeaky. you win. The next morning while I was reading the "Arcadia Tattler". I notices an article about "Know the Full Facts on Nazism. " It was written by DARYL FRUTH who has become quite an informer. I turned to the Farm Page and saw that RANDY I-IUFFMAN had been awarded "Outstanding Farmer of the Year." He received this honor from his development of the new all-in-one crop, which consists of corn, beans, tomatoes. grain, and melons from one stalk. Next I turned to the Sports Page and discovered that LARRY WEDGE had won the Indianapolis 500 with an average speed of 325 miles per hour. He was always pretty fast in school! The Women's Olympics Star in all events was CAROL KAUFMAN. She had one difficulty, however, which was breaking the tape while crossing the finish line. On the Entertainment Page, I spotted an article on the Oscar Winners and was not surprised to find HELEN SHER- MAN's name for Best Actress. She received this award for her portrayal of Josephine in "My Life as a Lady Plumber. " I still hadn't accounted for all my classmates and so I decided to take a tour of Arcadia and see if I could find any more of my classmates. I hadn't gone very far before I came across KERRY GUNN's Exclusive Men's Clothing Store. Kerry specializes in umbrellas and galoshes. Kerry told me that NARDA BOES had entered the criminal world and is one of the FBI's most wanted women. It seems that she can't stop robbing pizza shops. In the last ten years, DENNIS INSLEY has held 520 different jobs. It seems that at any job he tries he can't get along with the boss and immediately is fired. NANCY POWELL is now living a quiet life after reigning as "Miss America. " Its amazing that her career started as Homecoming Queen at Arcadia. I traveled on down the street and saw a cute little shop owned by SANDY FISHER. She sold barons, twirling sup- plies. and gave lessons. She had black and blue marks from "flying barons" which her little pupils couldn't quite han- dle. Sandy informed me that MARY ANN GILLILAND was a very private secretary to J .C. DONNELL. I assumed that sitting on his lap helped a great deal. NADINE BRUCE and ELIZABETH PAANANEN were currently on a world tour lecturing on the "Care and Feeding of Jungle Animals". Their youthful pastime of watching "Jungle Jim" increased their knowledge very much. Rev. WILLIAM PETERS is a minister and has a rather large congregation. It seems that the subject of his sermons are of interest to a vast number of people. Since Rev. Peters and LARRY ZIEGLER have always been inseparable it was no surprise to hear that Larry was the Rev. 's Choir Director. Of course, his being a boy soprano helped the situation immensely. SHERRY ZELLERS is now full partner in Drake, Philips, SL Zellers. She was efficient but this was too fast. I continued down the street and dropped in at the Arcadia Savings 8a Loan. Bank President was NANCY SMITH but she wasn't at the bank at that time. It seems that she had gone to Brazil with all the bank's money. Behind the teller's window was KATHY SCH UTZBURG who is noted for having survived the most holdups of anyone in history. I was going to say. "stick 'em up" but I didn't have the heart. Kathy then told me that DANA WONDERS has opened a swimming school where she teaches her new stroke "the moth" which is a modification of the butterfly. MARGARET SMITH is a model and has become famous as Twiggy's stand-in! Kathy told me that I could find more of my classmates at Arcadia School. The first person I saw when I arrived at the school was LINDA EBERSOLE who was hauling a student back to school. Her job as truant officer keeps her quite busy and brings back fond memories of high school days. On down the hall I encountered JIM NICHOLS and STEVE NICKELSON who were installing their latest project, an elevator that will carry the entire high school in one trip. On a trail run, however, it got stuck and in the panic several teachers were trampled. They feel they have the bugs out now. CHERYL FRUTH spotted me and started telling me about her job as Home Economics Teacher. She was so nervous about teaching for the first time that she baked a chiffon dress instead of the chiffon cake. She told me that JANET MCCUMBER was now teaching Sociology. Her contributions in Mr. Slough's Sociology Class proved to be invaluable. KAREN BUNDY now teaches American History, Literature, and Composition. Cheryl told me that Karen has fill- ed the void left in everyones heart when Mrs. Elsea retired! My vacation was drawing to a close and I had to get back to my job as secretary. I made my flight arrangements with a different airline because of my bad flight in. Thus I said farewell to dear old Arcadia and went home. 38 I Commencement VA LEDIC TORIAN SALUTATORTAN Steve Bibbee Sharon Binge: Senior JEFFERSON MEMORIA L The Graduates of 1967 left Fostoria via rail on June 11, at 4:40 P. M. heading for Washington D.C. During their stay they visited many State Buildings and Several memorials and enjoyed the .accomo- dations of the Sheraton-Park Hotel. LINCOLN MEMORIAL , 'u ,,, WASHINGTON MON UMEN T CAPITOL BUILDING WHITE HOUSE Trip They left Washington and arrived in New York for an exciting time in the big city. They went on several tours to Times Square, Greenwich Village, The Bowery, Chinatown, and The U.N. Head- quarters. Each day proved to be an exciting experience including the journey home as many occurences of the trip were recounted. , f ig , ROCKETTES fl. If V ff .-' -.-, 5, ,T .' "fm--va--a c., V , -- X. .:.,. .,,. ..1"gggg 'f T irdr.,:A.m, ,.AY,L 4- W' . M .L ,,i-.-fa4'1"11a'r?R7-,igg-' ' 1 1 -, . rxgigiiihfu 1-T1-Ziff- T f f' f "H I A , H3515 ,,-,frqg-7-f-,Ig-,.,TQnb:d J I, .! N -K. .a1pvr.iifre2i'r? F5-" ,- -' " - ji - .. -' 5.51: 11 -,--a . ' 'ii lv 5 ,- L : - '-"xT.e'1i4f'jS1w'f.f - V ".' " - if f- Ig 1 ht -, 4, ' V--, i?f?z"-'3.5221mH'- if ' - T .5 1 - f r.. , er , A-1-,1,,.1-J, TT? ff? 14 VST" ' ' 1... ' T ,3gfffa..W.?ea.a-.ai -:HV STATUE or LIBERTY 3541 3 A Q: Jfj, 1 -Tifqk 5a134iLi-3a..aLa. 1 , . . cfm,-., , .f Mil- , ,..a -aa -. " iii, -1 T' T s,v.:gw 1 ' F'F'Fg1LE!E!xI-3511 " ill. . n ,. ' ,:'1?,-ggggpuar-.QHK1 -, on I 1 '4-12 ' . ' HSSP - .....: T ., r ,I ., -f 4-HAM --un Q mfr , tht - 'Q-ggggnn-Exf' ,g 71-,A Q mann'-. I .' , 4 ','lv'vv" " . '1 ' . . "TT1,"1-ies-+.1ff1a:' f I: ll:-' I ' 1- - , "" ""- ""'-1-1-WT. L f. 5. ' 2:23 - i-ff.-:rifsbe ,.. f '- , r - """J"-'U' '? 3.4.1, w ' . rr?--1 gg .2 11: 'H 2- "' '- 11 . - . 2: --1-i '... U.N. TIMES SQUARE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING HAPPINESS IS BENQ ws mf?-V off Swnzw slsff Student Li e i rt:-"-'. l ' 4 ff'-:ll-'!ri.,- , ' , 11-1-m " Student life is a section devoted fi V l t A' ' ' It shows all that goes on whether at in the yearbook depicting students as Work Of Play- This Page Shows Stud' they really are' ents caught in the act of being them selves. Happiness is being a stud- ent in the United States of America. A land where educa- tion is free and students can learn as they please. God Bless America! Don't work too hard Duane! Keep the ban on the table. Don't make a monkey out of ourself! -- W -- Y in my 1 Playing school girls? A studious study hall! Sept ' Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. f Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Cheryl 8a Joe She's waiting. Mike! Sept . Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov . Nov. Nov . Dec. V Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. , V .- - A ,tual It's a holdup! Cheerful aren't they! Calendar Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. 7. First day of school. 9, Football game, Pandora Gilboa, Students receive annuals. 16, Football game, Leipsic. 22, Iuniors receive class rings. 23, Football game. Vanlue. 30, Football game, Arlington, "Homecoming". 7, Football game, Cory Rawson. 14, Football game, McComb. 21, Football game, Liberty Benton. 27, Football game, Van Buren. 28, No school, Teacher's meeting. 29, Senior Harvest Supper. 3.4, No School "Snow". 11, Sophomore Dance, Freshman initiation. 18, Basketball game, Van Buren. 23, Basketball game, Liberty Benton. 24. 25, Thanksgiving Vacation. 29, No School, "Snow". 1, Wrestling. Lakota. 2, Basketball game, Hardin Northern. 6. Wrestling, Hopewell Louden. 9, Basketball game. Van Buren. 14, Wrestling. Fremont St. Joe. 16, Basketball game, Liberty Benton. 17, Basketball game. Hopewell Louden. 20, Basketball game, New Riegal. Wrestling, 20, -Jan. 2, No School, Christmas Vacation. 21, Senior Christmas Dance "Frosted Fantesy". 27, Basketball game, Leipsic. U .,. Q Terry 85 Pat Noon Gossip! You'll be beautiful, Mike! L l W H ,I Becky 8: Alan Acid Indigestion! A lovely couple! They're not really working. 0 Events Dec. 28. Basketball game. Vanlue. I an. 3, Return to school. Ian. 6, Basketball game, McComb. Jan. 7. Basketball game, Carey. Jan. 10. Wrestling, Carey I an. 12, Wrestling, McComb. Jan. 13, Basketball game, Cory Rawson. J an. 17. Wrestling, Mohawk. Jan. 18. County Music Festival at Arcadia. Ian. 20, Basketball game, Arlington. Ian. 24, Wrestling. Tiffin Calvert. Ian. 27. Basketball game, Vanlue. Jan. 30, Wrestling, Lima Central Catholic. Feb. 6. No School, "Snow". Feb. 10. Basketball game. Hardin Northern. Feb. 11. Junior Class Dance, "-Sweetheart Serenade. Feb. 17, Basketball game. Van Buren, Tournament Mar. 23-27, No School, Easter Vacation. Mar. 31, Senior Play, "Wild About Harry". May. 3. Honor Society Banquet. May 13, Jr. SL Sr. Banquet. Prom. May 19, Junior Play, "The Grass Is Always Greener" May 29, Bermuda Day. May 30, No School. Memorial Day. June 2, Senior Assembly, Awards Day for Seniors. June 4, Commencement. June 7. -High School Awards. Last Day of school. June 11-16, Senior Trip. Guarantee a 10551 I wouldn't believe her Linda 31 Gary either. - wr I nitiations Squish! ! ! Lovely--girls! You say that's a new dance? Feels good doesn't it? Classes And you say you're a choir? what are you brewing? And so far into the night Q5 A- , 59 ' I 6 , 57: N No desks you say?? UUMMPPHH F ads and Fashions 1967 was noted for two ex- f A tremes in "hair-do's". the very long and the very short. Long hair was cut straight across with no dip in the back and hung loose and straight. The suit was an Arabian paisley which was high-style this year. The other extreme in hair style, was the London bowl-cut. This was very short and sideburns were added by brushing most of the hair behind the ears. Some form of bangs or hair covering the forehead was a "must", with either long or short hair. For the in-between growth the hair was blunt cut and turned slightly up at the ends. A brand-new fashion this year was the shiny vinyl coat. The looks in motion here. were on target every time. I ,,..... t-.l F ads and Fashions Bangs for boys were still worn but hair was beginning to be worn shorter, although it still had a squared-off back look. Jackets and turtle-necks completed the London look that had heads turning all durlng the year Hipster trousers, in checks and paisley, and even flowered print, with wide, and tight, tight seats, made the boys as colorful as the girls. lr' wide belts F ads and Fashions Boys stepped out this year in a flame of color and design. Wild prints, checks, and paisley shirts coordinated with tight hipster pants. KV Vests were back with a bang, but they were in bright clear colors and hung loose and unbutton- ed. ,. 4 The with-it gear for the ear was long dangling earrings. The other extreme. was little teenie-weenies for the pierc- ed ear. On shoes, buckles were in and loafers were out. Squared toes, ties, etc. Short skirts were in and the added to the glamour of short-short skirt. or the the HCW'S110C 100k- "mini" went to all lengths, 52 or should we say "shorts". F ads and Fashions The pants-suit was designed for the young, active girl. In every material, for every season. it had heads turning all year. Hipster skirts and dresses, in flowery prints, wild plaids, or strikingly plain, swung through young life, in the big cities and the village squares. HAPPINESS IS BEING AN UNDER 'V CLASSSWAN Dotty Beach if '. sit . A X E .3-A as Mary Desgranges v 4 , f 'R 1, , 47" W wwf- , fi Luanne Jensen I QQ, y H New z. Aff" ' Kathy Martin 4-1- , x A mx 5' " it Mike Bolin W .hifi ..--'..'...::: V' ' 4 Q M.- l if wr, '--.T 1 A m , r N K 1 u A A ' ey" -. f y XXQQXN A 1 , x g ' C U L. , 'WI n" A Duane Dukes .f' ii." ' 4 W i Terry Lawrence Ruth Pelt on Stanley Brandeberry Dick Fruth .1 , . 1 ,J, , :r,,f PM ,. .Q-mxn. Jerry Lee I . 3, QL' A " I-,A,fw1.,V -I J C ' Qkkv gk? N. U nk' elwytz., V .A ' all 1' Frank Purk ey Junior 2 nl. Dick Coleman Brenda Hassen I :J 12 L -gfvf i 33, V . x I l.'?r."1- J Julia Long ai i ' L J ' 'Ar xl .x ? W' 1 Ki, V Q f 'f N P- H 1 no Gary Conine Alana Heischm an Diane Lowery :YM - , -asf. N 1 i 2-, Q, an W Alan Radar Debbie S ch etter Gloria Tyson Stan Wolfarth 56 " rf ix o Class Ruth Rathburn V 1 .I 1 1 , +- sa - 3 , I Y I' i ,fltgxtw .:'--.1:11t:::., 2?f7'zi":2L r .sfaiafsfffss ' - f'1H'Q-1.12-misaiia HT12' .La gf? 37 :E':: 2' '41 F11 wefrzxi-rfhzgssgfsafissfsawiiikaks 121 111' XA' mt!! g ' '1'4,f:::1g1z2WgEx5:::Q Tom Smith v F Don Riser Ken Roller Judy Steyer I im Walters Yi' .B ' A E -, ' Carol Woolley Pat Wells Marsha V alenti Jackie Swartz Kathy Wentworth thu A QA 1 i L. 1 lk Photograph not avallable Louis Smith Alan Russell Becky 'Fredway Margaret Wehrle Tom Bechtel Sandy Conine oplwmores 1. - 'isa ,pf X-J, 'rag , - ,-2--' V, .Ed sv MOP -if rr-115 'ill ia, fi ,ig:,.r' ga' A 4 ,K 5' EL A ' 1 I Alfie! Ji. , ,W , Jane Boes Debbie Conrad Diane Dehnhoff 131, ffl' M, .3-' ' 7 QQ: ,f:"1:+',. ' fn -422' 2111:-1 .":1.' ., W., hiztzzza 531133. in 'J .:::t:t Uiluhwu 4 1 nf-.un Ttbzzbboiu ov lliuuu .!t..1::::::1- .mf-H Gerald Epley Dave Crouse a - , 'B -45 -X Margaret ' Desgrange W I 1' ii' ,K Ny f ' X f Deane Dukes Bob Evenbeck -V -"N fl' -H 'fi ?"4'rsxaf, -Fif a ns Gayle Brown me camera' Larry Davidson X ir '1' f' f Q n L 'T'RT . V 1 B lf r fy M John Dutton , if X 4+ fwfr Q Dennis Fruth George Colvin Tom Decker Bernice Emerine Sue Gilliland Debbie Good Nancy Heiserman Steve Holman Betty Jacobs L 9 9 Dave Graham , . . - 'n A., w w wx I u- -. Nancy Henry Eldon Hoy Sophomores ue Graumlich Dennis H1 Nancy Huffman Kathy Grine I on H111 Bo Insley Dick Dennis Johnson Kirian Cheryl Heischm an Boyd Hiser Jerry Isbell b DD DD I Blayne Kreais Hazel Kring Lester Lute 3. he . 'Vg v ll f aff? U 1. , 4 sex acc Moyer Keith Kromer 'Q V -Q, r also ,ga Gary McCumber Cha uncy Nalle Alan Rader Ste ve Roberts oplwmores 5 .nl Shirley Lieb ,. A Y' t , .. . A Q L X 1' " . , - l . 1 . 7 , , Y. U .2 , Q . U P ' 'I-lg ' ,3 , Ifazga' 'S-Rx r ' . 'udp . E ' fs ,,,'yQQgJ!r4Z'fF" ' in ' Q +' 1 u ' , :ngjfq Sharon Monday 4 Noel Padraza ,-3-'izwlhil Q gm- gi ,,'4 W V ,ir A ' -1 Q -rr:--fp f ' , Q-2 in 3 Dan "I L X3 l' lf- V. Lowery Xwf 'I ' J :QQ -lim Q t l, ?4'1:'r Bob Long A 'wif , L lj :-- - M Y, 4 r b..: V,.:, if xx U .qgpt V . J. Y:.E . is -7. f ' 4145? ' A' ' .1 X-V.'fmh', A- ' llvvix 'il Ji' '1' -f :WX -Q ' Aflll Dan Q - .. uf lLWi2,: l- , - Moyer in ll 4, I' 1' iw Xl. Larry A Mosher f for 'iii Betty Peters Alice Peters It Sherri Rosenberger I' Iacquie Shaw Barbara Sm ith Mike Stroub Sandy Tong Kathy Wolery ophomores Dennis Sm ith Luanne Speelman Kathy Smith Dave Thomas D Bob Dave Diane i Swartz Taylor Taylor fuj . . ,. T B. .fs j Becky Q 'Q 5 D wisely ., XL , 1 I Dennis Brenda Tom Walters Wells Wells .V in W il N " ' 1 l 61.55 l TJ' A ,rf Q Rick r y Zellers Dennis Dennis Wonders Yeager Barry Adams Cheryl Brubaker . N Sherry Davidson Larry Flemion Freshmen Ralph Beamer 'C' " 'A J Barbara Butcher Chuck Ebersole Sandra Ford Jim Bowman Becky Cole Carolyn Eddington Dennis Gaertner Teresa Brown Kathy Cook Becky Evenbeck ay John Gilliland Paula Grossman H ' :J , - '-F L F25 f"- .' - V! -3 5113'- fir Eff W fa L X , 4 M John Hoffman Shirley Kumek ,w. Larry McCumber Freshmen nv "'I if 'E .QBQH A' . if 5' 'nel' - , fi lv- " A 23354 'H Don Dan Guttenberg Hiser Mike Stanley Huff Jacobs 'f ..,. Ai' ifff,-'Y Ziff., x Wg or ' 'L elli e, A o r J Larry Ivan Law Lee ' ma ' Audie Terry McDonald McEntire Barbara Hitchings Phyllis Krom er Randy Marks Cindy Nickelson Freshmen Fred Pedraza 1, Ann Rader .- -la Sue Reddin Lucille Sherman Jane Roger Smith Smith Eynib X -,.vAuA,.tS, 4 h"3'd', Laura .muy W VV-I1 A' :MLRH Swartz f ff "' 't . MY'lU! V17 'ee' I it R' l 1 t RH: Alan John Thomas Tredway Linda Waggoner Frank Wehrle qxlvffi r tw gl J' . tt il? Steve Williams Robert Roller Glenn Steyer Steve Valenti Ron W olery Class Sophomore Class Officers STANDING: Mr. Howard Deter, Advisorg Mr. Max Swasick, Advisorg Becky Wisely, Student Councilg Deb- bie Conrad, Treasurerg Ricky Zellers, Student Council: Mr. Robert Steyer, Advisor. SEATED: Gale Brown, Secretaryg Sandy Conine, Vice-Presidentg and Ed Bishop, President. fficers Junior Class 0 icers STANDING: Mr. Marvin Ricketts, Advisor: Stan Wol- fart, Student Council: Debbie Schetter, Student Coun- cilg Luanne Jensen, Treasurerg Mrs. Evelyn Knouse, Advisorg Alana Heischman, Secretary. SEATED: Gary Conine, Presidentg and Frank Purkey, Vice-President. Freshman Class Ufficers STANDING: Mr. Larry Elsea, Advisorg Jane Smith, Treasurerg Linda Waggener, Student Councilg Jim Bow- man, Student Councilg Mrs. Joyce Elsea, Advisor. SEATED: Becky Cole, Secretary: Paula Grossman, President: and Chuck Eboersole, Vice-President. HA PPZNE SS ZS BEING zsv ACTIVITIES Homecoming 1966 Queen Nancy NANCY POWELL The Court for Homecoming TOP ROW: Ricky Zellers, Cheryl Heischman, Linda Waggoner, and Jim Bowman. MIDDLE ROW: Gary Conine, Luanne Jensen, Karen Cole and Donald Lewis. BOTTOM ROW: Doug Conine, Jerry Margraf, Nancy Powell, and Ann Reeder. The 1966 Homecoming was held on Friday, Sep- tember 30th at the Arcadia-Arlington football game. The court was selected by the student body by popular vote. The ceremony was planned by Mrs. Wykoff and the student council. White, and yellow football mums were sold by the seniors at the game. RIGHT: The band warms up for the Homecoming festivities. ueen and Attendants Queen Nancy Powell ,r tr. fffrfr Freshm an Attendant Linda Waggoner 9 Junior Attendant Luanne Jensen Senior Attendant Karen Cole Crownbearer and Escort Ann Reeder and Doug Conine Sophomore Attendant Cheryl Heischman Past ueens This year we invited those who had been Homecoming Queens in years before to join us at the Homecoming football game. Those pictured above are: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Charles fMarita Sophery Bixler, 1949g Mrs. Dennis QKay Nicklesonp Shiley, 19631 Miss Sharon Nickleson, 1965g Mrs. Gene fRorna Beamerj Switzer, 19575 Mrs. Ralph fBetty Lenhartj Marvin, 19515 Miss June Bishop, 19625 Mrs. Robert fDar1ene Shaullj Peters, 1960. BACK ROW: Mrs. Bill fBetty Stahlj I-Iitchings, 19505 Mrs. Dean fPat Colej Kieffer, 19615 Mrs. David Uanet Shileyj Corbin, 19559 Mrs. Carl fLaura Bowmanj Munger, 19489 and Mrs. Donald fPat Emerinej Droll, 1953. Court Watches the Game 1. 4- A dance was held after the game in honor of Queen Nancy and her court. Junior Thespians J . V in ami - ., . ,EEE-AH -1 I fl. ee- -, ,. - . V V .,..J:rv. ,, .1 , 1 ' W Q Q 1 J J , 1 . r I 7, I l 5 F I Dotty Beach . Mrs. Knouse . . Ruth Rathburn . Terry Lawerence Alana Heischman Carol Woolley . Mike Bolin . . . Luanne Jensen. . Gary Conine . . Dick Fruth . . Alan Russell . Brenda Hassan. . Duane Dukes . . Julia Long . . Stan Wolfarth. . Gerald Lee . . Pat Wells .... Becky Tredway . 70 -ie' an-V 66The Grass fs Always Creenern . Student Director . . . . Director . Bernadine Smith . Wilbur Maxwell Betty Lou Maxwell . . Mrs. Maxwell . . .Mr. Maxwell . Connie Maxwell . Student Director . . . .Mr. Davis . . Roger Coday . . Mrs. Coday . . . Mr. Coday . . Suzanne Coday . Arthur Coday . . Radio Voice . Mrs. Davis . Mrs. Allen May 19, 1967, the Junior Class of the Arcadia High School presented THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER, a three act comedy. The play centered around an average American family, the Maxwells. The Maxwells were perfectly happy until Mr. Coday. the "big shot" of the town, decided to make Mr. Maxwell one of the "nuts in his political machine. " Prestige and fame are found to be nothing, if real happiness cannot be obtained at the same time. So the old saying, "The Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side Of The Fence" is fotmd to be a fallacy. V--" B Some Enchanted Evening A wishing-well and a blue sky studded with sparkling stars, were only a few on the beautiful decorations which filled the ball- room of the Findlay Elk's Club, on May 13. 1967, for the Arcadia spring Prom. so ap- propriately called, "Some Enchanted Eve- ning". The girls in their elegant gowns and the boys in their tuxedos danced under the stars. to the music of The Halos. The climax of the evenirfg was the crown- ing of the King and Queen of the Ball. Sherry Zellers was chosen the Queen, and Joe Moyer, King. The royal announce- ment was made by Jerry Margraf. Student Council president. Refreshments were served by a selected group of sophomores. The Prom was under the capable direction of the Student Council and their advisor. Mrs. Virginia Wykoff. Spring Prom The 1967 Junior-Senior banquet was held on May 13, in the Findlay Elk's Club ballroom. Mr. James Slough gave the Invocation. The delicious meal consisted of tomato cocktail. roast-beef au jus, whipped potatoes, green garden peas with mushrooms, molded jello salad, .assorted relishes, and fruit pie. Following the meal. Gary Conine, Junior Class president, offered the Welcome to the seniors. Larry Ziegler gave the response for the seniors. The program was full of surprises. Secrets concerning the early life of the seniors were finally told. Gerald Lee, accompanied by Judy Steyer, played "Stardust", as a corner solo. Another surprise was the impromptu calling of Mr. Steyer, Mr. Vroom an, Mrs. Noel, Mrs. Deter, and Mrs. Knouse. accompained by Kerry Gunn, to sing a nursery rhyme. They responded with "Mary Had A Little Lamb". After the closing remarks by Mr. John Cindric, everyone joined in the Arcadia Alma Mater. The tables were charmingly decorated with tiny wishing wells, which were quickly dismantled as the seniors carried home their souvenirs. AJ, ., junior-Senior Banquet . Q. U- l . N .z . I N . 4 . 1 A y K I f.: jx .1 HAPPINESS IS 539211555 FS 7191 05? 8 'Ffa EWFSDE5? Ei hth Grade , I 49.5 g r ,A .:.:.: ' w . I E -' ' ,,. ax. ' Q-in .e.-ig., Si 1313511 firmly . . 4.1 zi- v , .t w . ' xx EZ 131 Af E-nm ,I ' l Lee iQgjg'nq LZ,-in fif gg, Anderson Rick Bame mf sa-fb-'-' V 'fit' Q f ew Richard Brandeberry if 'fl' I 'gan I im Breyman Harry Colvin I I - ff ' A -.,. - 5 Nancy Epley Ron Colvin 'Z Richard Fox YJ, A H44 - W Z ane Baughman Rick Beach Carol Brown fri X31 1, 3.1 - .Mr 3 -Q G' B 1. ,7ff': fi " Dennis Conrad Gary Gaertner 1 Ben Burkett Diane Crawford Sue George Christine Bechtel Bert Carman Linda Denhoff Kip Gunn .' Q-QV ,V '- .JW4 'Fw 1 Q 13 'P :Msg fh Fir-YQ! as ' , if hu ,, M 15 Tim Hiser Ann Hoffman Barney Johnson Iucly Kaufman Marilyn Lewis Pat Mellon Debbie Lowery 1 114' M erritt Metzger Ei hth Grade Q , fi - - ' .4-si - Lucille James GUY Rod Holden Huffman 41-- 3, ,M A , ,Ny in- av 11- W . I 5 K 1-7YCi3'9lK Dean Kirian Susan Lantz 1' ,v.v 1, - R! Kathleen 1 W D Lowery - Jim Margraf ,af Y F T' '4""w"1 ,. . , A. Hz5,,75X5?' , '--' H. 1. 1, 1 71 - NW Rex Mosher Kathy Law Jennie Martin Deryl Nalle Sheryl Nalle I im k Par S Manuel Norma Pedraza Pedraza Eddie Beckie Risn er Smith Jack ie 1 H Rothenbuhler Q Chris Jerry Taylor Thom as Tyrone 5 Taylor f Ei hth Grade Susan Peters Janice Springer Absent when piCtureS were taken aa? , A-T' iii Ogden Price if ah. Fi. i -J N 1 .. .jr , ., .lf W T David Swartz 53 Diana' Williams Dawn Wonders Diane Kevin Becky Wykoff Zellers Yeager ,, yi 16447 Q' '. 5- Aff I I 'J . A l"-K ' N-K1 , -sf .1 .x, 4 ft Elizabeth Asbry -:lil JI 'a Cindy Aurand Seventh Grade ' Lynette Ricky Baughman Aurand . ' -'Yin - Duane Boes - .fX Ronme - John Arthur Conine Jim Desgrzinge 106 Brubaker Cooper Emerine 1' 1 ' - . Tim Bolin A 1 1 nhl P Q . ,I fi J- ,.v7- 1 x E. 'X , " Q Ja Steve Fleegle tgp.. Becky " " A ' 1 ' L Mark P Cralg E-ruth Davld George at Ford F ruth 601717911 Laurie ' ' Dorothy Bafb Grine George A Hill Guttenberg Henry H 1 g tg , --' as - Y ik: ' rx Seventh Grade f x r at Craig Jennrce Holman Holden rf Ei., ' "V 'L Lorena Kreais Terri Chris Nickleson Moyer Diane D army Peters Peters ii? A' Steve Alan Huff Lou Ann Hoy Kish is Bonnie Rose McDonald Brenda Lowery Mellott M "A xr W Ev L Ruben H ' I David OIOZCO Rita Noel Pelphrey Patty R0bil'1 Reddin HIT! Pr ic e Risner Dennis Roberts s T343 f- wtf :A 45- Xi Q31 L" ,... ..' - ,affix r 211- -1ff411i'ae:'- f t 'NI 1375133 Y 'i'.'IQ-ffl Beth Schetter ii -. , 'f' fi' ,4- .-5. ' - ivuglr l 4 ., N ', 1 1 ,. l . 'ra . Leonard Swartz Kay Wentworth . I . ,qi ' CEL John Rocky , lr ,I ee' 1 Aria! Y Zal N ,f-j'f- 1 Barney Smith au-' ma., v . r X 9 E' -1? 1 f ,fm i' ,133-x fp 4 ,5 .Q 'K 'W 'l -'r rr' 3 1' ' ,3 . Qin 'J-7, 1 ' s it it 3 .":'.x' Dennis Tong ' 1 Beckie Williams Seventh rude RAY Rocky Linda Smith Janice Valenti Doyle Woodward Mark Rosenberger f ' 423 J, 3 , -J ,PJ 4. sf 5-fu' r Q -. " A A 1: ' 'fx 1 er l r Lyn V .- Alex ,J I o Russell Strausbaugh Harry Swartz Tim Vance Gary Vogelsong Nancy Zellers Joe Zepeda Zi, gi . V :E . ir: . Q .1 Seventh and Eighth Grade Basketball ROW ONE: D. Conrad, J. Anderson, R. Brandeberry, R. Orozco, M. George, S. Huff. ROW TWO: E. Risner, G. Vogelsong, C. Ford, R. Conine, G. Gaertner, D. Noel, M. Rosenberger, D. Roberts. ROW THREE: Mr. Miller, Coachg R. Fox, T. Hiser, K. Gunn, J. Margraf, R. Beach, D. Nalle, R. Huffman, J Risner, S. Fleegle, D. Tong. QW 1 . fe E.-.5--L . ' "+P- ,gga-el"7 - 1 Y . -f H-' --V ,yffh - 1, 'v .N Z ---3,6 - lj, ., H ,A "-5 -- A W A , Y. N-M . .J .-E, r M '-1: HASDPZNZZ S S ZS Bsszsxsc iw SVZUSZC Z -if 'Nix ,EEL 55.33. I X, . 529155-V .. A -w gf ' ug. .S-Ylg if 21, .fn Y' if H EE: 247 lv 7, -f ,.,,, ,, :gg 4-ni ' Y 'i 4311 ' 'J nf- ,gf 5 1, K, ef. -' -.7 ? . wa? ' ' ,M 11 Q5 mfr W1Sg16yfQK-M-.CQ?J:ne. Ds'--Qgach. S'.YEgS11eg. S.QGraum1ich. SECOND ROW: V. Pricef,,,M.B6li11'.-1R:iZef I mute? o."f15riEiZie Df'WykQf, "Noel, DDff He1i?SiQD L. Flemion. THIRD ROW: s. Readme. 3. ' wR1:kIonc1?y.e' JOhvg1eSOD,gggiK. Gunn.. T. Qngguqgg,ich.'ZS. Huff, R. Price, A. Wonders, Dl' Wi1liarns. FOUIQTIYROW: Mi. Vroo- Hian, P. Reddin, R. Lowery, D. Wonders. S. George.. R. Oran'ffL.-Bi'cke1, W. Fox, S. Jaqobg. I... W,agnetT'L.jegsexi.'V. B. K. Lbvgiery. - FIETQHD RQW: T. Bo1in, B. Yeager. L. Mosher.,1.D.-'SdheA:ter,j.G. Wajgg- oner, A. Rader, M. Huff, C. Elqersole, M. George, T. Nickelson, K. Zelleps, D. Peters. SIXTH !ROW:D Eldon Hey, D Dukeii. D.H Gaeriner, ?D. Frut11,ggg3. Evenbeik, D: Lewis, Ciaetner, M. Lewis. G. Lee, D.-'Yeagerf 7 ' D 4 5 ,, M-'Zi ,, . . ' E Senior Band Members FIRST ROW: Vicki Wiseley, Deb- bie Henry, Carol Kaufman, Lenna Bickel, Wanda Fox, Andrea Won- ders, Sherry Zellers, Sandy Fisher. SECOND ROW: Victor Price, Steve Johnson, Donald Lewis, Kerry Gunn, Tom Graumlich, Glenn Waggener. Arcadia Marching Band TM, .1 ,, ,A . 1,c1w1:.: .3kf"".wu1ui.'f1sf:zy ' -11, ,A 1 1 1 1 1. 1 - nl,-,.... ... A S. 21, gn 1 ,fx ww Jwfw 'fF'l"'4a--gg'-ami--v'v-'m 1 rr-, 1--f,-1 pw A Zhgqahlh FV ,gs m " QSM Q qs.: A 'K z I 1 I 1 .X f 1 X , 1 ' 1 1 .' ' 1 1 I . 5 , . 1 ' ' 1 5 1 1 ' ' at 11 . 1 1 - 1 V . v .ii ' I En ,iq .ffg .'A4l 4' . -.5 , , . I I , ' 1 Q , , N. I ' 1 1' , -' E 1 if 1 1 1 1 I' f' ' I 'Elf 1 X V : 37 Qi I " it 1 jf , L , 1 If f-- Q . H lif- " I ,- 5 X K1 , j. whine .4 1 ,M 1 Senior Choir Members FIRST ROW: Mr. Vrooman, Nadine Bruce, Sally Hile, Karen Bulkowski, Barb Knep- per, Janet McCumber. SECOND ROW: Rae Marie Myers, Carol Kaufman, Karen Bundy, Narda Boes, Sharon Binger, Lenna Bickel, Vicki Wiseley, Sandy Fisher, Kathy Schutzburg. THIRD ROW: Andrea Wonders, Karen Cole, Joe Moyer, Donald Lewis, Tom Graumlich, Duane Bowman, Glenn Waggener, Sharon Crouse, Wanda Fox. All County Music Festival All County Choir Members FIRST ROW: Alana Heischman, Vicki Wiseley, Kathy Wentworth, Judy Steyer, Karen Bulkowski, Sandy Fisher. SECOND ROW: Mr. Vrooman, Mike Bolin, Jerry Lee, Duane Bowman, Stanley Jacobs, Dick Fruth. Majorettes +L X5 4, ff! 5 y 5,5 l N s Dotty Beach - Iunior Sandy Fisher - Senior Head Majorette Co-Head Majorette Sue Graumlich Kathy Grine Becky Wiseley Becky Kathy Sue Sandy Sandy Kathy Dotty Dotty HAPPXNESS IS BEING ms SPORTS ,F Q , W ' . H --A421 'iffy ' 5 'V' , ,jx '17 lfawsfniy i'l'ffJD4ZDfldQ1fDlfl.Q 7 sfiehl mf T 53 ,QF ROW ONE: Dean Kirian, Manager: Joe Moyer, Larry Ziegler, Duane Bowman, Steve Bibbee, Bob Grossman, Bill Pe- ters, Lynn Roller, Tom Graumlich. ROW TWO: DerylNal1e, Ed Bishop, Dennis Wonders, Jack Moyer, Jon Hill, Du- ane Dukes, Alan Russell, Dan Lowery, Jerry Isbell, John Dutton, Dan Moyer. ROW THREE: Mr. Steyer, Ass't. Coach, Mr. Keller, Ass't. Coach: Boyd Hiser, Managerg Dean Dukes, Mike Straub, Alan Rader, Gary McCurnber, Dennis Ki- rian, David Crouse, George Colvin, Tom Wells, Eldon Hoy, Dennis Yeager, Mr. Shaffer, Head Coach. ROW FOUR: Chuck Ebersole, Ron Wolery, Glen Steyer, Dan Hiser, Barry Adams, Audie McDonald, John Tredway, Dennis Gaert- ner, Terry McEntire, Larry Law, Frank Wehrle, Mike Huff, Larry McCun'1ber. GO TEAM--SCORE! MANAGERS: Dery1Na11e, Boyd Hiser, Dean Kirian. 91 Senior Football Players fj?Wa ' -,n-,- 4' ' , QS ' W Bill Peters Bob Grossman all - conferenc e all - conferenc e fiifrf ff mg?-rrlil-' ,I r l r A 1 A ' 5, ,- fr. Lynn Roller Larry Ziegler Senior Football Players Duane Bowman Steve Bibbee all-conference Joe Moyer Tom Gramlich all-conference Sept Sept Sept Sept. Oct. Oct . Oct. HOct. Nov, Nov . Nov. Dec . :avi Head-Coach Shaffer COACHING STAFF: Mr. Steyer, Mr. Keller, Mr. Shaffer Football Pandora-Gilboa Leipsic Vanlue Arlingtong Cory-Rawson McGomb ' Liberty-Benton Van Buren Hardin- Northam Van Buren Liberty -Benton Hardin-Northern an DSC. Dec.. 16 Dec. 17 Ill Dec. 20 il Dec. 27 Dec. 28 an Ian. Jan. as Ian. 13 Ian. 20 Jan. 27 Feb. 10 Athletic Schedules Basketball Van Buren Liberty-Benton Hopewell-Louden New Riegel Leipsic Vanlue McComb Carey Cory-Rawson Arlington Vanlue Hardin-Northem O I O ll I N ff fx f f A7 .wal-1....,,,,,,-qv' g .ju THE STARTING FIVE Kerry Gunn Alan Russell Gary Conine, Jerry Margraf, Joe Moyer, Coach George Keller Vlumdqy KNEELING: S. Brandeberry, Coach G. Keller, D. Fruth. STANDING: J. Dutton, G. Wagonner, J. Hill, F. Pur key, K. Gunn, L. Zeigler, A. Russell, G. Conine, J. Margraf, J. Moyer. Ileserve KNEELING: J. Hill. B. Hiser, G. Isbell, D. Yeager, D. Hill, J. Dutton. STAND- ING: R. Wolery, D. Thomas, D. Gaertner, E. Bishop. J. Tredway. D. Crouse, Coach M. Ricketts. Seniors Joe Moyer Jerry Margraf yl - kk gl. Vx Kerry Gunn all-conference Larry Z.16g16I' Glenn Wagonner A1 sinks another one! Is everybody ready? ing the bouncing ball! Everyone is watch- Jr. High STANDING: Manager, G. Steyer: R. Roller, S. Jacobs. G. Steyer, A. McDonald B. Adams, D. Nalle. I. Lee. R. Brandeberry, Coach B. Steyer. KNEELING: D. Conrad, I. Margraf, F. Wherle, J. Gilliland, T. McEn1ire. I. Bowman. L. Ander- son, C . Ebersole. Last minute instructions Lose something, Dennis? Wrestling ROW ONE: D. Moyer, D. Graham, I. Grossman, S. Wolfarth, D. Lowery. ROW TWO: R. Valenti, L Law, B. Peters, Coach Shaffer, B. Grossman, C. Nalle, S. Bibbee. Reserves: D. Taylor, T. Becktol, D. Kirian, E. Hoy, G. Colvin, R. In- sley, L. Flemion. 1 Bill Peters Seniors Steve Bibbee - 4th in dis- trict Bob Grossman Ray Valenti Jack Grossman AW., .'.7',-',v'fi?Af-- Lf -IV? .A.- 411-t - -K .M -, -,. A ff .'5j.f-'Em' Track 5.143 ROW ONE: T. Decker, T. Wells, L. Law. T. Lawrence, I. Isbell, C. Ebersole, L. Moser. ROW TWO: L Davidson, S. Jacobs, D. Gaertner. A. Russell, J. Tredway. D. Hill, G. McCumber, G. Colvin, D. Kirian, D. Crouse, G. Eply, D. Wonders, J. Hill, C. Nalley. T Hurry. John! Si.--v , ' '4 , . "7 ' af".:?w 'A' f ,-' jim Lg ' em . .. f ,Q if .- UPI UPI AND AWAY! J! W 34.14 Dennis passes the baton. f YE' Ls, It can't be that bad. Dennis! 4 I Girls, Basketball . L is 4 ,vm .' 4 sl-ln ,mm mann H . FIRST ROW - Varsity: Karen Bulkowski, Carol Kaufman, Helen Sherman, Rae Marie Myers, Dana Wond- ers, Sharon Binger, Alana Heischman, Nancy Powell, and Karen Cole. SECOND ROW - Reserve: Cheryl Heischman, Brenda Wells, Debbie Good, Sandy Conine, Miss Stewart, Becky Wisely, Linda Waggoner, Debbie Conrad, Gale Brown, and Sharon Monday. The Girl's Basketball Team, which is selected from the members of GAA, strives toward good physical health, co-ordination, and sportsmanship. The girls and their coach, Miss Judy Stewart, have worked hard this year to acquire the skills and techniques needed to play a good basketball game. This year both teams won five games and lost two games. Senior members of the team are: Karen Bulkowski, Carol Kaufman, Helen Sherman, Rae Marie My- ers, Dana Wonders, Sharon Binger, Nancy Powell, and Karen Cole. We wish these girls the best of luck in all their future endeavors and commend them for their active participation in sports and for their interest in physical fitness. O 9 I O I Gtrls Athlenc Assocranon FIRST ROW: Miss Stewart, L. Jensen, K. Wentworth, P. Wells, K. Bulkowski, K. Cole, D. Conrad,B. Knep- per. SECOND ROW: A. Heischman, S. Monday, S. Tong, B. Butcher, S. Hile, P. Grossman, N. Heiserman, B. Cole, J. Smith. THIRD ROW: T. Brown, L. Sherman, B. Hitchings, R. Myers, C. Brown, B. Peters, D. Good, V. Wisely, S. Fruth, S. Ford, S. Zellers. FOURTH ROW: N. Smith, N. Bruce, K. Bundy, B. Wells, S. Reddin, D. Wonders, M. Wehrle, S. Conine, S. Fisher, C. Nickelson, L. Wag- goner. FIFTH ROW: C. Kaufman, C. Eddington, B. Jacobs, N. Powell, S. Bin- ger, E. Paananen, S. Crouse, B. Wisely, K. Woolery, K. Cook, B. Tredway, H. I Sherman, R. Rathburn, and C. Heischrnan. i Our GAA participates in many sports and activities that stress physical develop- ment. Among these are: bowling, volleyball, basketball, and ping-pong. The highest award of the GAA is the Honor Award. To receive this a girl must have accumulated 300 points over a four year period by attending and participating in L various activities. x ""11 A President - Karen Bulkowski Reserve and Jr. High Cheerleaders Linda Waggoner, Brenda Wells, Sandy Conine. Gayle Brown, Sue Ellen Brown, Debbie Conrad G refs? N 1 Pat Dimling Cheerleader Advisor STANDING: Jackie Rothenbuler Teresa Brown Dawn Wonders KNEELING: Paula Grossman Varsity Cheerleaders Alana Heischm Junior fi.. QVVKS,-bk W has Pat Wells. Junior ex W1 Qfkkl 4-AA' 'WS Km- Paf' Helen Cheerleaders Sue- Alana in Actio nl 1- ' i 1 W A Alana, Luanne ' I ' I! The Redskin Pow-Wow! Have You Got The Spirit'???? . e W v 1 , S5 ' What a physique? Give 'em a Kick for me ! ! ! Yea for our side. L Olayl ! ! ! ! Qi 7 1 HASQPZNZSSS ZS BEING sw me OWGANBIZATZ ON Sights and Sounds Around Arcadia Hi g n -'N A 'I W 1 i I ludent Council FIRST ROW: Ivlrs. wylwff, S. Wolfart, J. Margraf, B. Wisely, L. Waggoner. SECOND ROW: D. Wykoff, P. Grossman, L. Jensen, L. Swartz, D. Schetter, I. Long, K. Wentworth, B. Knepper, S. Fisher. THIRD ROW: D. Tyson, S. Bibbee, D. Thomas, E. Bishop, L. Zeigler, R. Huffman, G. Conine, R. Ze11ers,J. Bowman, and J. Margraf. Student Council President Jerry Margraf Two members of each class and organization are elected to repre sent the other members on Student Council. Along with its governing duties the Student Council is also responsible for hall monitoring, the Homecoming Ceremonies, the Prom, and Recognition Day. National Honor Society Fha- or -'agar' '- li ' - FIRST ROW: Narda Boes, Steve Bibbee, Randy Huffman, Sherry Zellers, Tom Graumlich, Sharon Binger, Mr. Slough, and Alana Heischman. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Fruth, Judy Steyer, Mary Ann Gilliland, Lu- anne Jensen, Karen Bundy, Wanda Fox, Sharon Crouse, Ruth Rathburn, Debbie Schetter, Pat Wells, Ruth Pelton, Carol Wooley, Debbie Henry, Vicki Wisely, and Dottie Beach. THIRD ROW: Steve Johnson, Gary Conine, Duane Dukes, Daryl Fruth, Larry Zeigler, Kerry Gunn, Donald Lewis, Gerry Lee, Alan Russell, Duane Bowman, Glenn Waggoner, and Dennis Insley. The National Honor Society is an organization for those Juniors and Seniors who have at least a "3 point" average. To become a member of this group you must have the qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, and charac- ter. The National Honor Society has several county-wide socials during the year, but the highlight is the formal banquet and initiation. President Tom Graumlich Future Homemakers of America 'N . nf A f , X 1 " W A A V -"L A ' N ' T xl ' V I I 'Q v 143 , ix 'QT' 1 '. " .Q I ., rms... , p . .Must H MAKERS AMERICA FIRST ROW I long, S. Gilland, N. Huffman, K. Woolery, S. Graumlich, I. Steyer, N. Boes, D. Conrad S Monday K Schutzberg, L. Swartz, K. Wentworth, and Mrs. Wycoff. SECOND ROW: K. Martin, K Smith N Herserman, J. McCumber, N. Bruce. S. Rosenberger, M. Desgrange, C. Fruth, D. Good, S Hrle B Butcher S. Tong, and N. Henry. THIRD ROW: M. Desgrange, N. Powell, B. Jacobs, S. Lieb J Shaw A Wonders, D. Denhoff, K. Grine, D. Taylor, R. Pelton, B. Peters, and H. Kring. The purpose of the Future Homemakers of America is to instill within the members the qualities and ideas of a good homemaker. The girls work toward three degrees: Junior Degree, Chapter Degree, and State Degree. This April, after much hard work, two seniors, Cheryl Fruth and Narda Boes, received their state degrees. They are pictured at right. This enabled them to attend the FHA convention in Columbus with the other delegates from Arcadia. President - Narda Boes 'JS Future Farmers 0 America 5 J FIRST ROW: Mr. Cunningham, G. Conine, T. Graumlich, H. Sherman QChapter Sweetheartp, S. Johnson, D Lewis, and R. Huffman. SECOND ROW: J. Walters, D. Guttenberg, A. Thomas, R. Roller, D. Johnson, K Kromer, D. Fruth, G. Steyer, J. Bowman, S. Holman, L. Smith, R. Smith, and D. Grahm. THIRD ROW: D. Moyer, D. Smith, K. Roller, C. Nalle, D. Tyson, D. Taylor, B. Swartz, and D. Swartz. FOURTH ROW A. Radar, E. Hoy, J. Moyer, A. Radar, C. Lowery, T. Jameson, D. Coleman. G. McCumber, D. 'Thomas T. Bechtel, and D. Yeager. The FFA is an organization dedicated to further teaching high school boys better methods of farming and giving them first hand experience at working with the machines, plants, and animals that are apart of our great agriculture industry. Every year our FFA participatesin the Parliamentary Procedure Contest. This year two of the boys, Donald Lewis and Alan Ra- dar, won awards for the speeches they presented in the county speech con- test. Randy Huffman placed second and Tom Graumlich placed sixth in the State Engineering Scholarship Test. President - Steve Johnson Librarians KNEELING: Julia Long, Ruth Rathburn, Barbara Knepper, Karen Bulkowski, Narda Boes, Mrs. Noel, and Helen Sherman. STANDING: Nancy Smith, Mary Desgrange, Ruth Pelton, Kathy Schutzberg, Lester Lute Dotty Beach, Dana Wonders, Nancy Powell, Joe Moyer, and Kathy Wentworth. Head Librarian Karen Bulkowski The Arcadia library staff, which has been directed and supervised this year by Mrs. Noel and Karen Bulkowski, is composed of juniors and seniors. Their duties, other than chasing out the students who talk, are dusting, repairing, and filing the many books in the library: caring for the reference books, newspapers, and magazines in the study hall, and, of course, signing out books. The A rcadian wff THE ARCADIAN was the largest journalistic effort undertaken during the year. The aim of the Arcadian Staff was to capture the "atmosphere" of school life at Arcadia High. The students have spent many hours over the dummy books, page layouts, glue bottles, copy sheets, and typewrirers to make this year's ARCADIAN the best yet. Mrs. Knouse, Advisorg Duane Bowman, Editor: Alana Heischman Assistant Editor. DIVISION HEADS AND ASSISTANTS - SEATED: Dotty Beach, Vicki Wiseley, Sharon Crouse, Pat Wells, Duane Bowman, Jerry Lee, Alana Heischman. STANDING: Alan Russell, Ruth Rathburn, Sharon Binger, Karen Bundy, Luanne Jensen, Debbie Schetter, Wanda Fox, Judy Steyer, Karen Bulkowski, Joe Moyer. Cheerleading Section - Karen Bulkowski Photographer - Gerald Lee Senior Activities - Sharon Crouse, Pat Wells Photography Advisor - Mr. Swasick Activities - Wanda Fox, Karen Bulkowske Sports Section - Joe Moyer, Alan Russell Music Section - Debbie Schetter, Karen Bulkowski ADVERTISING STAFF SEATED: Pat Wells, Sharon Crouse, Alana Heischman, Duane Bowman, Vicki Wiseley, Dotty Beach. ROW TWO: Sandy Fisher, Nancy Smith, Luanne Jensen, Karen Bundy, Sharon Binger, Barb Knepper, Rae Marie Myers, Kathy Wentworth, Mrs. Knouse, Advisor. ROW THREE: Dana Wonders, Lenna Bickel, Wanda Fox, Debbie Schetter, Ruth Rathburn, Helen Sherman, Becky Tredway, Julia Long, Karen Bulkowski, Sherry Zell- ers, Judy Steyer. ROW FOUR: Dan Tyson, Dennis Insley, Gerald Lee, Don Lewis, Tom Graumlich, Kerry Gunn, Larry Ziegler, Alan Russell, Jerry Margraf, Glenn Waggoner. V A 44- x,.. 'S f,.3,,'4. ' ' N .V .. iff- - N' ' . A., GENERA L MANA GERS SEATED: Duane Bowman, Editor. Alana Heischman, Assistant Editor. Mrs. Knouse, Advisor. STANDING: Vicki Wiseley, Business Manager. Sharon Crouse, Adver- tising Manager. Dotty Beach, Assistant Business Manager. Pat Wells, Assistant Advertising Manager. II7 I I Annual Party Gambling again, gals? Tom and Jerry at the race track. FI E ji The parn starts here. . . Merry Christmas! Anyone for the foxtrot? Bottoms Up! '11 Ouiga, how could you? g Spiking the punch, Mrs. Ping Pong, Any- Knouse? one? The ARCADIAN Advertising Staff exceeded their goal by S400 this year and so a party was in order. We decided to have our party at Christmas time and met in Karen Bulkowski's decorated basement where we had fun and food: spent the remainder of the time cornplirnentlng each other. Everyone worked hard and deserved a lot of credit for making this year's ARCADIAN an enjoyable annual for all ages and one that will hold qmernories of the class of 1967 . Look innocent Ray! Snaps Our fearless leader What's wrong with her ---- fellows? 90 proof. Hurry Duane, Becky still looks mad! Look Mom, only one finger ! Camera sny, no doubt. Careful Paula, He's fragile! Did you hear'?? t, J ' B 1 if , .v bun! I - Almost Pete I Are We'??? Just get your books Pat! Don't just set there, CHEER! Brains incorporated ! She's still there, John! Jungle of legs. Rejected again ! ,- AV Smile Colette ! Where 's Debbie? '? Are flashbulbs bright Jacquie?? We don't always work this hard! It won't bite Sharon! There was much excitement this year, when the senior physics class, under the di- rection of Mr. Swasick, built and tested a pendulum. It was suspended from die top of the school building and proved a sensation, both to the students and the community. Happenings Second year Spanish students look forward to Christmas time when they can enjoy the Spanish custom of breaking the Pinata. As you can see there is a mad scramble when the gifts spill out. 1 N Y L 5 -f.-EL..-' v HT, um:-L?l, Q1 5.7, A H Senior Home Ec. girlslsponsor tea for college bound Senior Gooey isn't it! boys. 198. ar-ivy 351 -,J I vas' At least look busy girls. Boys, you look very ---- ? i I ' Egnhni X k' A 1 in rv-Q 'QL' 055. f J .of-wl - f " The final touches' Anyone game to eat them? . 123 HAPPINESS ZS S3 EIN G IN THE ELSE WZ ESUTAWY Elementar F acult PRINCIPAL or THE i . MR. JAMES MILLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL M.A. Ohio University 2 . I A A?- 1 MISS ROSIE FOX BGU L. lu: IQ: 'Cb' Ns' S-'v MISS BESSIE FOX BGU Every person in our community knows of whom we are speaking when we mention the Fox twins. Miss Rosie has taught three generations of Arcadia students. For 41 years she has served the community in her classroom All of her students will remember her artistic talent. Miss Bessie took leave to raise their orphaned niece, while Miss Rosie kept on teaching, so Miss Bessie's tenure has been 27 years. Guiding little ones has been their life's work. God bless Miss Rosie and Miss Bessie' Elementar Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade MISS JUDY STEWART MRS. MARIE WEAVER MRS. WAHNETTA DUTTON Bluffton College BGU BGU I ::',, ft W" E n .R xl .4 it ' ' dl ' X ' it . Third Grade Third Grade Second Grade MRS. MARIORIE TREECE MRS. JEAN VAN FLEET MRS. CLARA I-IUFFMAN B.A. BGU B.A. Findlay College B.A. Findlay College Faculty . ld: A 'u 'N ray g I 7' , -Wwe A ' ' '-ug' .ne 1 ' 'H -' ' ffm e K. gf ar ii.: :kj .uxlxa nv .Q 'Q' ft'-in X , 1 l 'ax i 'L ' q N' W lt- ' ' Q Q ' H V F 5.-in xxx- av Second Grade First Grade First Grade MRS, RUTH WQLFE MRS. KATHY PAXTON MRS. MARGARET BRENNER Ohio University B. A. Anderson College BGU Kindergarten MRS. MARCELENE WALLEN B.A. Findlay College Joyce Anderson S HUD IDT AVAIMBLE Rita Barnett Kathy Beamer Mark Bechtel .aw Nancy Binge: - .iii .Qatar in if 'W .. " ,fa f- 27 fiifrgi' -. ,B :L 1 - 1511-A' - :VV 1,1 ' -,ff X . ' 4 1, R , l rr-f N , ..--1 X, W 5 1 Bobby Brandeberry 1 'I f? , v' v-. A ci? -ua fl rf, - 1 , hir ,'. ,lf f- X , H., in Gary Brubaker I eff Bullock ixth l l ,W . A av- , . f E'-1f'.1'5"?. H,q.'.. --. fl ,1-,vip far 1:2 QQQ1-, .f M,-ii . 2"1,s13z1':1f . mel'.at-E1"xl'-'-m. ...1g,,1.z ,1x',g-,awQivsfnegpfel'-fyffz-,Q 'Smit' 'z1'iey2ui: 2 wZ.e95!!1ig Abbie:-. aiiilililf' 'mtr-:wel .EEEEEYL sf52522142-1,a'fer1al.a1a1 f'm5f?1'i ma i? A 55:5 :E52E2EEEFE?.x:El15555222H55153 ws 525 iff Dan Cole Rebecca Cramer ,af ,""'g.j'J P . SL 1 8 ,,. X' c ru 'mt I rr lull. H ni Kimm Crow Daniel Dehnhoff Kathy Gaertner Jeanie Desgrange 1 v H if 'iii , . -.:. --YXmi?X'x . -qfifklw V. , t ' R xrfiil 'iii' If, H , , 1 Gary George Frank Eddington Donna Gilliland Keith Epley Jerry Graham Debbie Filliator S fi' Q' S' CN xi . r Ei Larry Grandy Betty Gutt enburg Jim Heiserman John Heiserman ' f.i 2 ,Q gm .N 'lf Diana Insley Q nfgfd Susan James 1 ,l J '. .fig - ,if ' if!-5' N 1' ' , 4 -il- 15 ax' lk.. xx Y 'Rd-- .1 '. ATF., 'if ,el , iw., x lr-1""'J f' 15 ws, wp. Denise Klozt Grade Robin Lantz Pete Ledesma . . ' 2E.'J'f.fwl'q 5 E .ng swf-:vs y or wil l fr Q8 -' H , . John Lee A 017, 4 X E EW Pat Logan sf' . SLXQQQEEEEE Rolando Lopez Mark Lieb Rick Kneppef I V Ch1'iS Matrox Joey Leonard fir i' tial? I :,- sa 5?-Q M , Q 5 'Q lzvflf 4' VN? lg or ., 'x5r." ..,' Tr d A t Melissa Metzger Kevin Monday Holly Null -I was Debra Patton 129 Martha Rader Mark Reinhard Jerry Risner , 'fir 'lg-fli.. ' I ' A , i ' "1E a 'a2 Zifii1'iieW? i " 1 iii r-4 -Ji! P B if N 'Risk A 4 " H21 A - - - gzip -.z,.,,xg-TIT' ,q,i:l..,h .inf ,. Qlfifnizlh gr g .N I 1 A N IE an 5 , Q f L Orville Rockey ,il - lar! or , it Sixth Grade Q -, -'W X , ..:,. -L 1 ' ' g 1 ll X. ey, -r 3 E' "Q, . - ..f...e 7, - .: ' ' ' " " t, 'Wiki V- I , gui t 'Mix ' it H : it 5 Kim! .. 4. U, f f- 'gf 1 Tom Wagner f'fw,'--ef. ' 1 555 I .,,-My -, , 3:5 :,," if Jeff Shelton ' e tix- , id ,f xx ' X N . ' J 1 lzlk .:2.:.:, J. Tom Sherman .- in ,Q-gal. gm . L 'iii' 'fu' . .,-. F . ".' v Kim Simmons fe- r:'rr -Q , Doren Smith David Roberts Greg Steyer Marcene True ' 62 :rf . ? wg I' , Q I Q A I Lydia Strausbaugh Mike Tyson Tim Srroub Connie Valenti Tony Smith Ronnie Vogelsong Kay Yeager Ian Wolfarth if . tx V. , V .Lf ihj, 1 ff' V h R ' , u Darlene Woodward Dale Wonders Fi th Grade Teresa Beamer Bonn1e Frsher Teresa Gorrell Debra Binger , are ,t a all Elf, lr Jay Flemion 'x , '42 ' , -F 1- vfv 'F' ' w , .H S ' 6 X f J :Isla f 1 5 mn' It " ll !!WlllW M5 'ge .rxrsllnww ' ' 'L ..n.L.ms I 1 umm: s Steven Graham Patty Aubry Jerry Bowman . 3 'BEF' :lf I rj 1 . l J, V4 Carol Foote -'f ,V V X'J.fflx.' 'W -..r N- 1. -t LL alt David Holman , ' N fQL. "i' tl L-if ,k we n tl' Lf w fy. . ti A .1492 tamrxftsf Deadra Bachorik Karen Cook x"' Resa Gaertner 'Q V e tlkfjlfllilb Tony Hotelling QQ- 45.44 ,Q A -' VH V 5 S fag 0 .-5 .1591 Q 4 Aix I ' "gy 'vi "' '1" -xg' ' 1' 4 Q' ."n" ' sn .o' .J -gl do xl ,nw-ul " Q' lvqfso in .qu v v, .U , w-, at-a, pf, nun Q3 .9 In ,gg . ...ZX Q-5. , f, Ili! I af wg-4 .::: 2 Ln ' 5 ' "'..u. Q In Q J' .Iver gf Carleton Beamer I oe Dippelhofer ia 1 waz, 'E 'jf' 7 5 n ,'-i n - '35 clk " .J , "". ' Roger Gilliland W a , -,I an l ses 11 U , .feng :Sl W YV It 5 Q U A-1364-+ X 4- ,i 4, mf' ' X X A 4 ' V " 1 ' H Thomas Isbell 131 Kim Johnson Steven Lantz fl , , . . :r ,, f Q.-as-' Q , y ' Q x M l Christy Lunsford Della Parks 132 was I ag iw . iff, f HW! O ffl 'Sr-f 5 F L 32 'SQN' px. 4 X lb , X 13244 Albert Kelbley r , 1- - M ' , ,, , fg, 5 ,,e, , an Rita Ledesma M- ge N N , Sandra Matrox W ,QL . ,.--i--fw in 'Ti' A EE'15'TfA Jn-Y. Mgr, Q4 1 gs" -in-if-2 4 .F 1 +4 l A if - M Fred Pedraza Fi th Grade Brad Kem erley 'IA hi" Eg? 'ii gl . .- , 5.1: ' Ja!!! . .. Brenda Logan ,I 4 5 N jx . 1 W S arnrny Mellott Jeff Pelphrey 1 , 1 1 Becky King Carol Lowery rl 1 AL. Y . Dean Metzger ' .ix L 'rl' " Rv" X551 lg? ' Till, Nancy Reddin x .M , .Ugg-, 'fu MW' '- A ,Q V , 'Q Y .n I 1"f., " . X! faifig , '9i'5l . lv Q NN.. hx ft' .'?35i"-, 55212. -f -'an " ':n"'v-'ZQQI , MQVJQL Le: ."'.'f1:l1 .?'yQl:' Ioslynn Kreais 55,3333 A 193 Nw Rx . -5-2 film ri .1 'G ,vlpr . 11 s 1 .Hz ,, x 1 ' ' 1, l' w ,.4 ,,,, y .. Marianne Lowery Vickie Moon ,A B B5 ll - . R - Martha Roller Ernie Russell Candy Stahl Fi Kathy Sherman Jeannette Steyer X am it xQ1 I VW . I J' 13 N- M ai X f" rx h -' ,", Q: rr- William Swartz David Tong '-h :L 'X , .' 712. vi 'fl ' tx? . N' . 1 W . - .,-:fir " 7' .fif'f'Jn1- -. ...ali .4 'f 51- f:322'x5,?2?!gr.. Eifi-3i'1.3E,1,-1-. , 1 -t A-.m 4' ' - 55iQE15ri'g551' fe.a55fif: Q: L. . L 1 mf . 51 i b ' 'av fy ga, 14 5, 4 L v , J 1,-: fra Vu A Br i!! ' Timothy Weiker Marcie Wolfarth th Grade J YL xx ' . 1 '.. 5 Larry Siferd ' 1 1 , , I Q. 5 ry' t . .H Q ' X' I , . A r V' ' ' -H Q Judy Swartz Michael Tong .A ., 9 ' QW: V ' .. -nv r-., ,,,., V af ff xr 5 Barry Simmons . .mf f Q ff J . L... , Q 1 if R ' U X 5 Q Aga' 9' 'yn " V1 2 .. ffiff Kay Swartz K, LY, Y Z Debra Vogelsong Richard Wyand Bonnie Zickefoose 'f 1 Sharon Snyder Virginia Swartz , , A ig M i 'ez i l ' 1 Six- K' 'lnvf ' 154 , V- -- F N, Jennifer Wagner A , X I W 5 Q E A 41 S r t 5 r f- xr. -- Brian Ziessler .ya . 4 1. . Alfa? 1 4 ,. y yy ., Kyle Baughm an X 'x Gary Bowman J eff Cooper Judy Desgranges Fourth Grade Christine Bell , f L Y Y y. Q 4 J K 'Mtn' ' 1. 'g fig: A Flin -f 'X' ff!'m1ig, 3'XiG 'L it -J x i n 1 .wc X I. Dan Brandberry John Corbin . -K iq .4 I .. QQ,-iiaa , f A2112 wiv- Y' ,."'g5g" .. -., T 1a- if ' j" ,Lu Ig John Eddington 1.27 y fin d K I G 31:42 x ww, 1 'Lia ,gf , we 'XX X ., ff , - 1 : Dennis Binger , ' . M. , W 1 . um, N , , 'xv -1 FL, 74 Q K' 2 4-:GV :"v L xx H Y ?" 'L fi ay isgeilnit, :-H . i .Te - f' v: 1.' : "' 5 Q rftia.-, .' , ,u .fr ' Dennis Butch er Ronald Crawford Kenneth Epley law F'- , .4 f ' J A , I f 5 1- - 1 ' t' I ' . 'X' B.. x XX Nr N W N Q , Joe Binger Robert Bollock Sheryl Clark John Cole Chris Crow Steven Fetters Catherine Current Kyle Ford , ,.,,'r..- - ,1 'I a 51 kv 3-F 'Y' n Debra Frank father Deidre Gunn , 0' .. ' Ll: , . i 'ES' ll A , -QI 4 'K w. ,E .1-M..-H. 4 1" I il Y iv x Cheryl Klotz Fourth Grade l as 4, ,' 'Es .,.. ' gal XXQY IM ' xv Q U . -7, A A ig,-,Q-3 : ful 4 34, N-4 N X 1 m ul r ' ' X X 'w Wir l nl David George :JV .' l L 1 Ricky Hill Carmen Ledeama Larry Moon David Moyer Chesrer Zick efoose John I-Iitchings .I , E .Ui .4 -- I", 4 'N ,i . 4 . xxi, - Gwen Lowery Richard Noel M5 arf asf g r ryy 7 if 3 ' 45 ? ilillgilffilfll i Robert Good fyr iz, g". ::: Q31 lr 9:35 A -Y ' 'xr X Jeff Holm an Marietta Marvin Pamela Norris Kathleen Grandy Elaine Kemerly Michael Marvin 'T 61 L T ' "" Mi 'Wir eaee r if -an Eugene Parks .way I -i.: ANS is its T u . X Fourth Grade Jeff Pessell Jacqueline Reynolds Kathleen Rocky Us I -313:12-1.4. 'L' . , , Ziffil'-"L -is , 5 westin-ia 1 -,zu fi lx. : fgggggzzz:125::1::2i'L?5,g5:::::-4: '13 be h2z3ss:zt:zf1::s-iE525:ia5a, ti. Jean Sopher I oe Sopher Rodney Thrush 7 K ! XWDR qi W ,X Rf l X m A Tom Weiker Cynthia Stahl 1 WH ll A ' 'cet fm' -ak ,-.. ,gg l. l Fl it 3 Mark True Mary Wyans M 3 53" Mary Roller Fred Smith l Floyd Swartz Rita Swartz Donald Ward James Warren Jesse Zepeda Kenneth Zickefoose I Third Grade E! :ass Q54 . E ,Egg X i i: t if r .' i 'x 5 F' Q Leonard Boes Chris Fleegle Bridget Emerine I im Cobb Doug Conine Danny De La Rosa 5 ss .wt :uk I 1 I -:fr AE S If 4 3' ' aa -.1 if " gd WL, ,- LA N '. ,- , l,1ggv'Q ' X V V, ,- K .1 I f'-il? ' it :Z - i .El My fi: QL., .. fa' u Q.. . g 4' 'u .N X Q 5 Q' 'A ...J .. ,, "P, XXAQ 'fm' 5":i5..1g..,.',:-, -,A 45 l' I g ill ,U K V, .. . . . . 14, L hr-I 'Url I 'Jw ,hwy . w . ' H - Gary Nau Thomas Fruth Susie Hill Mackey Lunsford Valerie Hurlds Dennis Kelbley a- I ,. ir! , ,,,'.', , j'7'f'n I-ag., Q ii ' ml-tbfx . ions ,, - , f 6 'S If Michael Stahl Karla Reeder Pam Roberts Tim Sopher Angela Shelton John Snyder Rick Ton - -J- g Rebecca Tyson Barbara WYHHS Patricia Warren Roger Wedge I 37 ,M .E as 1. i . K M Q .4 1 1 -fl., 5 aww, I r X X vs ' -, Y 71: H025 AVAILABLE... I, I - 1-A91 4' vi y. Rebecca Brandeberry I01'1I1 B631 r :zu-. .. , R' J 4 , ff Qs, . 'r A G"' K'-X w a Digi-' , ' N 1 5,43 'J-L al J H, ma r ?.a3A.... Rodney Hotelling Edward James haf' ,I 1 l 'V - 4 w 1 E '-f iw!"- ""I -, 'QIQQQL 'fQ"Ti"-..',,:f fi .V ' f- 2? N ' D- J v w ' A. gl x 'I iw-. 5 , 2' 'rw V 1' a i - ,u .. a - Cynthia Metzger Arnold Moses ? ....,... Sue Risner Cheryl Sopher 138 Third Grade T' Jeffrey Crow Darlene Eisaman Y, x , 1 U Saa s -. L 1 M J S 1-' aa' "3 ,A 'E V . gp?" V 37' ' ' -K ','1'Hf.f"f2'ff We ff - . fl rg-gg Q35 nga fag J .f A firm!-.ei .1-" H 'T' i ' 'L MEB Q Elaine Johnson Guy Johnson x g . . AV fu ' - 1" I - 1 'Y . ,JF El? . . .. J 'X 'J Ann Moyer Bradford Paulsen ' ' ',-1. :xx it ' gy .. 'K l, ,I I -I -iff. 3715 YK JN" Michelle Thrush Gary Tooman . H,- . 9.x .hr v J 'f qw: ., .'m,3-- .el ' . Yi I I 9 ,. Q- 1 iw ' 4' 1 J A gg , A Scott Hill Linda Graham I. ' :Mi ri' 1 A fd V A N ' 1 V .il , 1 4: . ' V L5 F- Q J.. - ,f s is ' 4 "1 Peggy Ledesma Duane Kirian Rex Rader Noemi Pedraza eff? 157. A XJ-L" X1-x Timmy Roger Wolfelt Zickefoose Second Grade ' r' 1 A, - . Edward Arnett 51" 1 Nancy Aubry 41 f ' CIT fu A ' J J Y x -X X5 ,S v nt , I M Q s Lynette Farmer " L f i'f":" Vt ' I ohn Fetters ,gf H, y Kim Hill 11 V ' Bobby Hilt - 1' . . V - w aj' . I V .J 4 , V 1 1295 'N A I Qhx av 'MJ l!ll .YQ Ju ' K. 'T , ' V l ' I 'IMF ff 4 . 'Sgr 2m, N,:A .P 1 iq V N A 'Clit l . . A Drew Kman 4 Laura Lowery .V K ,,:1,:,? is -:l'-TL ', 1' if 'A . .'-, .vm 1. :E V.: ' , .554 s-up. ,.-Agw ix' U I I r Freida Barnett 1 yi.. 4' f lo . Y 'J 1 , hifi R V Tina Fruth 'F 1 w w " 'ym,,tW Ah H Vw y il pf 'I + rr F49 '-A . KH! f' Karen Hotelling 2 ale' Susan Bolin Christy Beamer I ' ' , V N , 1 TQ. . N '11 ffzf If if -' '-": f I rx -, ,x x ' fl i :N x Q , E 'i I . , ' Marilyn Graham Ricky Good G-in T' 1 , . l ,... , ggi' Ally is, Carol Kemerley Sally James . Q 'L' ' gr' U ' 'i , f . wily '11 , Q ' fi. with ,, N '...?2... 1 ' S-.J il- Emil 1.3 y X X " T,-E21 A XS Marcia Monday Kevin Marks , Kim Paulsen f- al 3 1 , A W -. ,K sl- .!,g- ' V' ., , , ,Yi:: ,4 ' f4'2"w'f2f3'i sf ',i,.g2:'f Y " :!"n": ,LP 1b"'l"'4 4 ' ,n1:,n'In 1 X M' nh' gs!! 12 ,an'Wgl,v H fzitmzgef I -1 I -'wiiiiggjz " Af' mega- 1 iiizqv. ' 'Qi ' . qu 5119, ' ' aazams.. Laura Strausbaugh .. llf l ' or 7 Layne Beamer H w F .A 1 n ,E ...Q ,, - ,,iiifj '. 17 3' F- ug fr g-' .w Q A if 1. - -, ' vl - , a-a' ' Scott Hatfield 140 I 5 r .wsu as Celia Price 1 ' 5,- sag-' 1 69" 4' ' S 'Y Martha Swartz .- 'lifn' req, gg f W " I , x, Jeanine Coleman ng- 12" -1 , 4: all D" : ang , f ,-nc aa I Paul Hollingsworth I 3: Q' . iw' Karen Reynolds Steve Swartz Michael Dela Rosa we 1 1 IL -ag ,wg fv wks! X Fr li M f A Paula Holman ,L .' U w KL , lr . 13, xl 5 , 1 K . ' 4 , xx , Q W John Roller ,rf NX . iq' lj '21, W A. .... 110 .X u i .. fl xx , , Y T1 i 4. I f , ,AA Lu PM Steve True asf A A . i , . sl... S- . Tonia Eddington 10 ' A 1 3 -, ll, g V, inf' , . ' 4:-: lx Sharon Huff I' Second ' I rm Gene Smith Graig Wykoff ici e f n. ,. .9il"'1' ' . ' , 2 'Eli 2:1 f 7 sq ' ' 1 L' 1, ti l ' 'U' . 1 . if3,.g.,..-1..!.x. .,, - -:If ""' 1 ' Rf' ,' xii i 'f 5-Q ur A Doug Grandy Teresa Hoy 1 Y Grade f"!'f.v ' A - - , 'fl . I 1 4 'A 'gif E - in Pk" xg M 'uf' , I r"1---.. . --,sgfqx ffl gl ' :PNA y i3'EuE',nE?ug3:..?.g YA :A f' H Maxima P" ill? LI ' it Steven Linville Steven Law Sonja Ledesma , 'L AN 'S "u W- , ' S ff I ., I ,-- Q' "1 gg, . ' ai f he :,.,. 523 wa- W A Marcia Marvin Debra Pedraza ,'.i- Q -A-' W. 2 '1 Mx -. ' N 1- 2 --if Ej1", '433f"' 'U' :gif 'W 29. I- L. John W agner . - qi X- w X - .:x.,,T, ,q ,M "- ' xx X Q y X .--so- 3 . Tiff- ..-4.-fx , . .A . V ,. , Vicki Marvin .- 4, V r if 9 f 1,17 'G-. , i -, Y L41 6 lx ,.,.A.L5 -. Ann Reeder an gi W anda W oolley :f ' . .l..,r.g,-..Q: L' a: I Ray Mattox , ' W as rr 1 . .M M an , . In i i J 1 1" H .' , 'XL' . ,- ..., -v 1 X -zzzivel' --- -'!3k1'F7+1 .4f. 1 . 3-,,'mt1t,am...i L , ,N gi 2-.WF upivw'--4 f -- - 3 W ,g ugaquefr , I L ""'x'inmso 1 ' f f ....,,,. gr, .. 1 an lasagna 1 , ' Louise Rockey Debbie Zickefoose Wayne Lunsford Tommy Nau .- Martin Swartz J - I .3-, V X ' L15 S 4 W "' -',' ' , 7"',rx ' EAL -L . ' Q xi, if 3 Oscar Zepeda ! ' 1 g --P -aa, 4:"f'-33'-4:.:, mtg., ,gt-sramsq, 31. 1.-:zz sie 25:1 -, afiqaisgzslz -.:vgg,,5Qi5L-11622 . 3fi3,fi'Eg3 2319-333aY:.1v,:Y uq6,U". .u?u- ififigiz vflga, W5 . 5 9 fv -n v ---i--H ,......: -.Qi-, aries: f ,2art2z25aea2.-fm -rife nn3v.,' eqgg..-i-o-nwtu, 1.5: SNC'-' 5:5511 -i"leZiY6'3f6fJ1'5l. -Shui. -un:Hg1,.nAn...-en.-.-Bon Steven Marquart x Robin Null f .4 F A i ' Y f I 'GN i I Y A 1 5,1-, -V. ...j , s 5 5 . Jeff Swihart Alan Theis f.. bi- 'ifim 1 x Si ' 52 fr , , . ' Brad Adams Q x U Daryl Bachorik :- N :I I ! 8 I "Y, Li , .3 : ,LN-,Q 'I ' v .. 1 I 'fb' 1 A X1 K, 'SJ Doug Barnett si ' -F 'A C' fn Xa I Tim B3.1'l'16It If '. 4 ' ,aw A 0 1 Carol Beamer Deborah Brandeberry Robin Brooks - 5'-11" f C. , El A 'T "gg 9' f . ..' . 11 was uri -al .. Sue Ellen Brown x-as 15 Doug Buchanan I ' W I . Y L is 1- -Y 4 B lk fi lklwdi David Charron First B if N-. ,Q Q- I V r , . nr .J Margaret Cobb K -W ','Xw'S '1 ' 1' 1 i - B fe as E1g.1! .,NR-?jjf , . wx X ff Doug Cole G Jane Coleman .491- 'QQ- Kaland Cook Gif' ' 11:35 Laura Corbin W-9' Lisa Diebley 1, , 135. I ' le . ,QI 43' R?" '- I' J n..w,,"' K xallvgqbx. Diana Crouse David Epley vs 4- 1 wr B-5' 4, 5 'i f ,,ggr "'w,g,'f3f'N1 , 'Q--if ki I x I xw 4 ' i 4' ' . Q. -'K ' "f fbi li gli Tim Cummings kk . I g?,fN,,, .i L' I xy X ., Vicki Dela Rosa ,Qi in 'im in ' I Jeff Diebley Willy Flores TPI Brad Frankfather Y? i Tim Hitchings new P 1 f U. Al K .. --v ,K 19, H E. I --"t ir' .2177 kr ynl . . nuinug A ,mr 1 uu1 ' an .,. 2 K1 HX EZ' Keith Holman IH: - ' -1.1 ' ' V. r' t -v ' -, H 1 fb.. ' tl A31 1-' Ulf, 1-Y Terry Holman ff 2 K .1 1 -1 :, Q "-1:!'v ' I ,gr 3 . ,.EkN EHR -' William Hurlds 'A ...,N,. K vs' Brenda Kelbey 'mr' Brad Kennedy . i 'yi rx ' 'E' 1 Q 1 A ,E-R. K an. ALE Jeff King Ina- A E' i S ni f 'I 'gala 'ff X-.- , ig Za' I .. .. K' il I Johnny Kinshaw ,Y-'N Becky Logan Connie Lowery rv! XA K my wil' s - ' -Q ff. vw ' ' s '-.. Q ., ,,"LN...f-"I U. Darlene Margaraf Grade VV. 1 lr. glam Farell Metzger Lela Metzger 11 Ronald Moses 1. ull-1 'ATX' 'ef F-A ' I - 4 Jimmy Nickelson , .L s.. 1- N s '. 1 t Cui v' ,A X jx, ,MLFQYT V .A Cinda Noel 1 A , Vx .. Q' It xii . ' X he L" . v ., 1 I SE Robert Noel t Q Walter Noffsinger as-L . L.. , Mark Orozco :,v .A f.,--ef"""-1-s ,yy-5, J-. X . . 1- 5 13115. " ' 'ff Tina Palmer 2 Elizabeth Pedroza 'av Pnl '-,, ' ..:, ,gif -'ff 1 1 . 'Q 'I 1? K' 1 , l,.,3 Robert Pessell Doug Reinhart T at , Robyn Reinhard 'GYF' if i i .Q. Alan Jon Ryman I 43 7.42 i li l .,., fi. fp if if , Brad Saldausky - W . 9 . Marla Smith 15 ' A it A r " 489 , 5 1 !'9" sf ' ha y , ,Q g, l ' , .. 4. A t Dawn Simmons ,?S"i', S - ' P712 Vfa ff, -. tri! -rfqhiii b Fw Q 1 .f i Robbie Smith 4 -.A fu '-ff? i?Xwi,,ffQ ' W a 'S EH' S Wi. I Y David Smith Bu ii WH Larry Snyder 44 -A '- WE an 2 , ' -lr First Grade Z .J S Thomas Vogel Terri Sopher V' t 'Q' . MQQJAQMIFQQE f fr! we " ' fi' if Roger Weaver Chris Spearman If 'lv 6. ' 1'-5' Y- , e t S 1-A 4 , David Weiker tl e Julie Swartz In Memory Dawn Cunningham 1959-1966 The beauty and the joy that was Dawn will live forever. Susie Wells Buddie Shorts Richard Swartz Kmdergarten Machelle Baker 1 Q .. ll, 5"'7no Pnoro ' Charles Bell V- up 9:- yi I fiii. '-T". V. - 1, ':,5g1.xf,: . f if-5 :I Terri Binger .Q V 1 - ' 10311 BOWITIHH 1, ' -, X 9 X , Jody Coleman Scot Dyer V Devan Eisaman '-cr I 'xii I Hifi' 2 L: -.- .. vig :'. ' I '::'-- ' V, . ' H W I, A A f 4 Lisa Feldman Y 'Q' '. -4' +51 K " " --f' 49 , I -5 7 Q 57 - ll is afpfv 1 -xg ' jj - , .V Y' r. " Jon 5'1e3g1e Janet Frankhart I Y 'zglyless , X I F., L L, ssl- Toby Bickel fs. T' It xr? 'a l rl I' D' I '- j-ho I' .f . A I' N' :ia .. Stanley Desgranges Al'lI16 Fetters Lisa Bechtel .A 3 ,. 4: W , 'X w 3 if , ,lg 'QE V. I Debbie Charron .wlsstfazl L s , r we-V 1 M - 'i X 'F' Y 0 ' .3 1 QL Lois Eisaman Andrea Hamlin 145 Brian Hilt Chris Kelley 1 253 xg 1 ve! ,Q ' . Y A . Lisa Lowery yy- Trent Beamer 146 Kindergarten L 1 .. ,E Qin L l 1- . 1 ' Harlan Hoy E . . aa? ,qv ' Amy Klotz 'V-A 'F' ' V Judy Mattox 'K Shelia Lenhart gl , W 1? if ll Duane Margraf ll 1, i 5 Y ' 1 iw lr, ,I ' 'f 'W ' ' Y Gary Miller nf Shelly Johnson 4yI X i 1. .' Q '4 A -1 I , I JD! K t I ,9un.ofcu HMI Annette Lowery Lowell Metzger '7' 22 3 L Kenneth Holman XA -,Aw - , Donald Kinshaw X ,vi ' Q 'ra A Q li -' f7"!:2?f '43 1, b l I. , 1 . ' ' yr' LSI' UL I' D J, Jimmie Matrox lx JF: rf A KXAJVEB ifhl xii Dennis Holman sv David Minard W v 4, V19 1" I Darlena Palmer xi ,ae . li 345- Qi. I .I J Dennis Smith i' Donnie Moses Kindergarten J' 1 " 5' V 7 1,8 ,W i . xx l W ' 4 , my 'Xx,vhx'L:.: 1, A p X 1 .REM fi if vii Jeff Noel Q . A ' Q ,Z , O I Lisa Reeder David Thomas 113- Linda Patton -ii, K It Jody Switzer wif, f-f iq, -5 ' Q14 "' 1 I X I I , , 1 I 5. X, L Lisa Noel Not Pictured Valerie Soals . --': I ' 4 v4.:g35' --QI V aa In y .., X 1' 1' N. '-'zfzfb 6' XX, ' "" . V ,. Joyce Tooman X , 1 ,Ex .Q Q M m -V -A .w-. ' in JW' Linda Nau -:z-Fr' Cynthia Recker Q ,JA - 'i ,mi ai. lr S VAQ X1 :.1A 1' 3 ., L- , 3. rr , gli ., f"' i -H is it AATRXEQQ ZSIZSTRQ Scott Switzer 147 Elementary Student Council SEATED, Above: I. Steyer, G. Bow- man, N. Binber, M. True. STANDING: T. Beamer, R. Gilliland, S. Fetters, J. Graham, G. Steyer. D. Dehnhoff, D. Gunn. Mrs. Dutton, Advisor. SEATED, Right: M. Metzger, J. Wol- farth, I. Heiserman, Mrs. Dutton, Ad- visor. STANDING: R. Noel, A. Kelb- leY. J. Dippehofer, J. Risner, J. Rey- nolds, C. Stahl, B. Fisher, T. Weiker. The Elementary Student Coun- cil was formulated this year for the first time. It is composed of kids from grades 4-6. It was organized to give students better understanding of adult situations. They had two groups, .one each semester to give more students a chance to partici- pate. 1 get I 1 Elementary Music 148 wx! The main event of the Ele- mentary Music Department was the preparing and giving of their annual Christmas program to the Elemen- tary grades and those parents wishing to attend. Parents and students both enjoyed the program. 1 1 -1 1 1 l EQ x ll 7222 --S-:Q , - I 'Fl l -Tn -.F . .Qgs I A , J I , ! i Q fi 3 , lyk. fn 5 gi .B 1 -. . 1- .l iv , ,, 5 -Y "F T is ,A' .r. .,::,,.. If w J, In 1 g is 3? m in 5 wr, . '?s'if.1f nz H AFFZNE SS ZS GEVZNG US YOUR SU9P?OS?T The Staff of the Arcadian wish to thank each and every one of the adver- tisers appearing on these pages. You have made our yearbook a reality. We hope that your faith in our Annual will bring all of you tangible proof that "It pays to advertise in The Arcadian." Compliments of , Compliments of BUYER'S GROUP INC. FORT FINDLAY VILLAGE Harrison and Gay Streets MERCHANT'S ASSOCIATION Findlay ohio Fl"d'aY Ohio Compliments of GAY LANES 747 W. Market St. Tiffin Ohio THE TARBOX-McCALL STONE CO. Manufacturers of Crushed Stone Findlay Ohio Contractors , Commercial I'IllllCIlkl'6Ill6l' Industrial Institutional Construction Co., Inc. Findlay, Ohio 4005 S. Main St. GA 2-4646 Compliments of SAN-A-PURE DAIRY COMPANY FINEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 423-2526 Findlay, Ohio C ICE CREAM REINHART AUTO BODY Complete Body 5 Fender Repairing Infra Red Baked Enamel Phone 435-8040 Day or Night l628 N. Countyline St. Fostoria, Ohio Wayne Reinhart, Owner Compliments of SPORTSMANS LANES 616 Trenton Ave. Phone 422-9757 VANLUE GRAIN 5 SUPPLY ASS'N Master Mix 5 Wayne Feeds Grain, Coal, and Farm Findlay Ohio Supplies in X 5. Phone 387-3711 if 7 EP Vaniue Ohio iim. A , s-'57iw"i 1' ' ,,- I . J. xl 1' 4 iv., f AM" 1 --- .. ' 'I' W A -,- "L, A 29" 1 5' :gi-Qi v i 3"T3hVi " " 1' ' ' 94' I-1 :',C,,,. Q J,-I ' V -75.2 Y, -. - , 1 VERES SPORTSMAN'S SHOP 309 South Main Street 435-4850 Fostoria, Ohio Andy Veres SWIFT 81 COMPANY Soybean Mi11 Agrichem Division Fostoria, Ohio Compliments of CAREY IMPLEMENT STORE 123-5 So. Vance St. Carey, Ohio 43316 PEPS1 COLA-TEEM BOTTLING CO. fPS5...fL"i A - . Compliments 5 Good Luck J-DQY SUE'S SALON OF STYLES W F 0 B lLiOl Sixth Street Findlay ohio Fostoria, Ohio n - Across From Tlmberlanes Serving Northwestern Ohio Sue Wells THE ,I.A. MILLER TILE CO. Manufacturers of Quality Clay Drain Tile Use Our New Notch-Tile for Faster, More Dependable Drainage PhOI'lG 937-35ll+ Bascom, Ohio With Best Wishes from GE0RGE'5 BAKERY "The Findlay Florists" "The Best Bread Pies 5 Pastries" BO'KA SHOP Q Q , - FLOWERLAND Q Q Q GA 2,LH1L+ KHOELERS , SINKS lXFI.1.-4'- 3l5 Central Ave. f CAMP' ,gqvajf Findlay, ohio ' WAALANDS BLACKFORD EQUIPMENT RENTAL Construction and Industrial . , , l 1 K i x Equipment I .,-, F '-fa ' 1413 - ' M45 Western Avenue I'C.1.1i,lggQ , ni- .JK , ' V - - S.. X: . , . gi: H,-:iw - l' l " ffgg :,., ii F I nd I ay , Oh IO 0 Slip J Xi I I A Q 'IQ g 5 'J 6' Compliments of The Peoples Bank Carey, Ohio Free Checking Account Service Member of F D I C swat lml I AND AIIOCIATII REM ESTATE AIIII INSURANCE Phone 435-77ll ARCADIA ELEVATOR Grain - Feed - Coal Fertilizers Mill Phone 894-6439 Elevator - 894-6444 Arcadia, Ohio A 205 South Main Fostoria, Ohio SQUAIIECDALDEAL Compliments of THE ARLINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY Van Buren, Ohio V . SVN if , , I I ' ,. -11' xfa i -I 4 if ,' ,- , :T i-ix' . 6.754 PW' kv ,, s ltr I'i .'i ff "af42evWf Compl 'ments of 7 - ,,f"f3.: g 955-Q1xIi?II"'I' E3-2 L Lyn, Y ' -iy Vjef gwix vaib 'li-C ' lp! , milf? V ff Bl-IZLEY S MEATS iw-ew? . , 'f tai ,f 1 1 .1 'n 4, ragga ',x. fi, Z, f,, -Nfl? xv, South Main if A, ff,EWE L?iQQ!-qEa,,jf Q" -.:-7.1, Q - , 1'-Zrfi , I F 2' li 4 ,ifeus I 'I' ,UA ,jf Q - P - . . .,,- Q fl' h i1" i1:! -F . F I ndl ay Oh I O : a5,53g,g3 ,g.fn :-: ' " I. u..4' gfj.p J.-- 1 . . ?-11 F" , ., , , mp., . ,112:'?"fi.. . g,,3QL,,Q-.,:Et,.iL1t.-iL?,g:',K-if-I-gi-. ez- - f:-,vhs ,Q-I ,,, -44 ., N - .,,f 3. E , . mn'l..'fi"ns-r6T?i.e.-:Jgiihn:1.,:',:11f- 4 '. , - A It's Patriotic to Patronize Your Advertisers Compliments of FINDLAY FAIR xg 'WS Jerry Bernstein, Mgr. QQ . u vi 5, E!!!!!ib Compliments of CITGO SERVICE K. N. Noller Arcadia Ohio THE NATIONAL LIME and STONE COMPANY Crushed Stone - Ready-Mix Concrete Agricultural Lime 5 Limestone Plants At Carey Findlay Phone 396-26ll Phone M22-3216 Compliments of FORNES BRAKE SERVICE HSpecialist Since l929H C. B. MOORE Relining Hardware - Paints Repairing x Adjusting 894-6'-i59 open daily 8 to 5:30 5525 Qs Saturday till noon Arcadia, Ohio 125 E. Fromt 422-8945 l -: ,+ . Compliments of JACK'S PLACE Arcadia Ohio MANN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 704 North Countyiine Fostoria Ohio Phone HE 5-6694 -,.,gz53fi5fgFi- z gay ev.:sQ:..g.-Q ENCK'S Grocery, Carry Out 536 Trenton Ave Findlay, Ohio Compliments of STROMAN IMPLEMENT CO. Fostoria, Ohio Phone 435-259i , ,, , 6 ,,..r! - , Moes Baked Enamel Shop I I .""' il in i 2Li-Hour Wrecker Service 5 Complete Body 5 Fender Repairing -bg, Radiator Repairing Phone HE 5-6207 Countyl ine Street Fostoria,0hio E.J. Moe Compliments of Tri-County National Bank Fostoria - Tiffin - Bloomdale - Bradner - Risingsun LAMMERS Outdoor Advertising ff i Q8 700 Western Avenue HANCOCK READY-MIX, INC. , , Phone H22-57l2 F'ndiaV 0h'O 8l6 Cord St. Findlay,0hio Compliments of Findlay Industries, Inc. M00 Walnut Street Findlay 0i'llO CONGRATULATIONS and Best Wishes. . to the graduating class of 1967 Cooper Service Main at Hardin Streets Findlay, Ohio MAC AND Bos SERVICE GARAGE RE'D'? 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tire Repairing Phone 422-4462 Sundays 8 Holidays Cali A23-1037 - - 229 E. Front sr. SERVICE F'dl ,o' U' 'fi , In ay hlo Dial 894-6456 Arcadia Compliments of CLOUSE'S Bascom Ohio Compliments of GLAMOUR BEAUTY SALON Fort Findlay Village 423-i823 Glamour North Beauty Salon 8l4 North Main 423-1646 BENNET'S FURNITURE HNorthwestern Ohio's Largest Home neue Furnls ings isp ay i'I-fgfifff . if-ff!!! 5:2 McComb, Ohio ywwpwx BLOOMDALE FARMERS' ELEVATOR ASS'N Feed - Seed - Fertilizers Farm Supplies HWe Clean Seed and Buy Grainn Phone 454-232l H'-llllllllll' The Ohio Savings and Loan Assciation Insured Savings and Home Loans Corner of North and Main Fostoria Ohio Best Wishes from STRALEY'S COFFEE SHOPPE and DAIRY BAR Findlay, Ohio Y a? ,Qt fgb ,lla f Lu-A ug W ih 'Rl l Findlay College tains a student face in the crowd. for further information contact: Director of Admissions Findlay College X XE! IOQO N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio 45840 l ,All 1" J- , i ' N x . ku If I L. - X X' L- XX ,tlllllilt ysinsg ..4,--E .y i 21-712--gf-5 xx . xLgjB...a4EQQ!iaEEE?. 0 l-Q ii A new and greater Findlay College aspires to foster first-rate liberal education and Christian culture, and offers a common core of courses in a wide range of subjects. Yet it main- valuable atmosphere where the remains an individual, not a HICKORY GRILLE DOGIN SUDS HGood Food at Low Pricesu Noon Day Lunches F k 1 aw ZNXX Prime Steaks or SOZCECSUZZ iofea , , EES ChOPS Dog-Gone Good Food jk, qf'nN Seafood 'X-"Q" QI ' qaQaMVAh ChICken 7Ol Trenton Ave. f 'E 6 AM - 2:30 PM Q yysxw Walnut Street Findlay Ohio ' Compliments of CLIFFORD E. SNYDER Arcadia Ohio THE ARCADIA CREAMERY Cash Buyers--- Cream and eggs Phone 894-6231 Arcadia Ohio JOHN SAUSSER DODGE INC. 422-5633 STEEL COMPANY H22-9632 Findlay, Ohio MC DONALD'S Where Quality Starts Fresh Every Morning Look for the Golden Arches 1225 Tiffin Ave. ,TS Findiay, ohio l l 7 X7 l p T x 1KVx:AXL ' IXKKXNUKXY I Compliments of Q33 STARICS MARKET 1 I I Fostoria Oh' N 'P , no THE OHIO PIPE CO. Compliments of Jobbers of pyumbing - heating THE KENNEDY PRINTING CO. Air-Conditioning Water Systems Broad Ave. l2O N. Blanchard St. . n Findlay Ohio F'OdlaY Ohlo EVANS OFFICE EQUIPMENT E P CO. isle P Royal Typewriters -'lt T"T"T"'-J Verifax Copiers Victor Adders Office Furniture Norelco Dictating Machines 400 S.Cory St. Findlay,Ohio OFFICE s F 'L -C P . I is ii--E Lwzzffl .1 ,, , , V' J npr P', F 2 , s-A4N .,'i JAY'S TIRE 5 BATTERY INC. 1 55,,pFw44,fgqwLp.m,+.2Liif Complete Wheel Service -in-in wilt' Wg' yn -YPHIT IIN? ,A in .5'v154 .'w.,,,N L 1 ' ' 't' , Phone 387-6130 JJ" N 5'aPHW V3 fzwwasl f i'- 'apan 'N,.m J ' 'L Vx I A at 1 Q 1 D .'-, r . . . .vu , 4 v Y A 5- - 3' Lf'.'.'l V" 1' ' "' f ' - -. is H i t -at . 1 all a 1 I X 5 IJ wsg, 1' "' f an i , D T, -Fri Vanlue Ohio A w ra Compliments of COLDREN FUNERAL HOME INC. 205 West Sandusky St. Findlay Ohio VANLUE LOCKER Custom Slaughtering Zero Lockers Phone 387-6155 Vanlue, Ohio ROSE CYCLE SHOP ll llO Walnut St. Findlay, Ohio Phone 422-9026 Compliments of LAWSON'S MILK COMPANY Fresh-Sliced Luncheon Meats Groceries - Dairy Products l406 N. Main St. Findlay Ohio I , , HT' nhl-YS V 1- ' . ' ' I I I ' - ' ' K i l -f"' fm'I1lliim it , i T l-T ss H-tt-""4E 5 Z' 1 .4 ft' 1 lvl 'I x X l 1 A . N X K . . .. l l -l W ,V , X I 9 w. "'-'-- 1 V, l .. ' i- '1 Y " - .l ' .. 9 "T ' ' ' . . ' " - ' - ' ,fa " "' F t ff- lex- of ' - ' ' sdSf?1'1fPe5fi2S t .f-Q, ..' 9'-f AT ' MILLER MOTOR SALES l2l2 Blanchard Ave. 423-2264 llO7 Tiffin Ave. 423-2288 Findlay, Ohio The Finest Used Cars in Town Compliments of The Commercial Bank and Savings Company Four offices to serve you Fostoria - Bascom - New Riegel, Ohio HThe bank of personal servicen MARATHON CDIVIPLINIENTS DF THE MARATHON DIL CDNIPANY 'iiiifi MARATHON GUARANTEE 5555552 iff.. V Marathon Oil Company guarantees satisfac- A f'i'f' ,, tion with the Marathon petroleum products " and the automotive sarvicu avaliable at this Marathon service station. If you are not satis- f d with sue cts or sa d evldenc chase, w h from the date ol such purchase y 3,5 money will he promptly refunded. M n mon ou. cn PANY FINDLA . . l: l nd l ay , I O aes sei asf Maia ASK ABOUT THE MARATHON GUARANTEE Compliments THE SNYDER LUMBER COMPANY Builder Supplies Pittsburgh Plate Glass Ready Mix Concrete Carey Vanlue 396-7091 387-66l5 EF ! EIR M C . BUGNERIS ompllments of BODY 5 RADIATOR SERVICE WIGWAM Wrecker Service Glass Installed Phone 435-3724 498 S. Union St. Fostoria, Ohio Phone 435-37l2 U.S. 23 North Fostoria, Ohio Zddieb Motor Sales I lOl Crystal Ave. Findlay,Ohio 423-88ll HThe Home of Hand Picked f Used Carsu Compliments of THE HANCOCK COUNTY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS HOLLINGTON BUICK ASSOCIATION WILLARD SALES HARRINGTON CHEVROLET DUFFIELD MOTOR CO. HERRIN PONTIAC LaRICHE VOLRSNACON SAUSSER DODGE RIPSCARO SPORT CARS NICCINS RAMBLER COLLINCNOOO FORD FINDLAY INTERNATIONAL Compliments of JOHN HENDRICKS Wool Hay Carey, Ohio SHERLIE ANN BAKERY HAROLD G . METZKER Cakes for all Occasions Licensed Surveyor No.3397 Open ZH Hours Draina , Q ge Contractor D3'lYdeXCePt Q Horizontal Earth Boring Sagur az Night B ,I Phone GA 3-2372 gEOn2uZ3EY628O i506 Fostoria Road ' Ill' ' dl ' Fostoria, Ohio - zu! Fm ay' Ohio D 2 THROUGH THE YEARS AHEAD l at- 2' 2 Read your local newspaper for 2 fl . ' ' local, national, and world news. ,jnfis 4"gg.ix1 Include the editorial page and other I Il 16, Features. And remember GOOD MORNINGS I ,X f- 7, lg? START WITH I The Republican Courier ,,-, ,',T,,l HANCOCK FARM CHEMICALS INC. f'iT+H Anhydrous Ammonia Olin Amms-Phos Fertilizers Farm Chemicals Phillips Petroleum Products 423-8833 RHI Findlay, Ohio Compliments of BLOOMDALE LUMBER COMPANY Il IR Bioomdale, Ohio Uzgfsg -:rl MYERS BODY SHOP Compliments of RED BARN DRIVE-IN Body and Fender Repairs Findlay, Ohio Expert Color Matching f7,X F Phone L'22"23l wnscxsmum wk I8l5 Blanchard lgimgg . w If Ave . u "fQ Q.. hs' n X Findlay, Ohio '4 :Q Arun DUFFIELD'S MUSIC CENTER Pianos - Organs Instruments Instruction Repairing lOl-lO3 Perry Street Fostoria Ohio Phone 435-SMB7 . ..4f. 5XiegQ4'C'lO' ' -A vw E, ' , 1 qzgg iii ,F .A J A A MYER'S HOUSE OF COLOR I 1? Complete Paint Center Findlay - Tiffin Rd. Findlay, Ohio H22-8554 Compliments of LANDMARK GRAIN TERMINAL DON COURTNEY With branches at: Real Estate Williamstown Insurance Mt- Cory M25 Taylor Street Mt. Blanchard R.R. 5652 Findlay, Ohio Fincuay Ohio f Compliments of 'E'i'T?,fdg:, Wonder's Flower Shop 3 Rt. 2 Fostoria, Ohio on van oyronyffyougtye Flowers for all occasions V We Wire Flowers Anytime, Anywhere CJ. Laffey Paving Co. R .W. Sherman, owner P.O. Box 58 Findlay, Ohio Phone 422-8577 Paul A. Cramer's Sales 5 Service Shavers--watches--clocks H F A Jewelry n 5 , Al I x - OVW, I lm Quality Merchan i dise li 3- Rt. Li ALQ ABB Findlay, Ohio HEPAIRING Ph. 422-1-+985 fa: Compliments of Ohio Power Company Fostoria, Ohio X If Q- ffilf me Exo :. was mf-W, Q M l69 Congratulations to the Class of l967 THE PUB THE REVIEW TIMES Fostoria's Hometown Newspaper First in World, National, State and Local News. ll3 E. Center St. Findlay, Ohio M35-66uI Fostoria Area Folk Shop F000 ' GIANT l52l N. Countyline Fostoria, Ohio Compliments of TROUT FURNITURE COMPANY SQ8 South Main Street Findlay Ohio : . ig v'1Hu-EF, ,f,, . 'MAE!uq I sit Compliments of Fort Findlay Village Merchant's Association Findlay Ohio PORTER MUSIC CO. INC. Conn-Selmer Band'Instruments Everett Pianos Hammond Organs 530 South Main St. Findlay Ohio Across from Marathon mf as f :L,.4f' HANCOCK GAS SERVICE INC. , LP Gas for Farm, Home Industry lll2 Lima Ave. Findlay, Ohio 422-4373 Hancock County's only Complete LP Gas Service HANCOCK HYBRIDS INC. Complete Line of Farm Seeds 422-9372 l205 E. Sandusky St. Findlay, Ohio THOMAS JEWELERS FINDLAY GLASS COMPANY INC. Quality Jewelers Since i887 Ulf It's Glass, 409 S. Main Street We HaVe lt 3" Q22-3775 208 East Sandusky Street Findlay Phone pind1ay, Ohio Ohio 422-6872 Congratulations from ---4 -- :-11 .lin i1 ,, L it , -Lg -, .lg 11- ii 2-T ii X .115 I TIFFIN'S WESTGATE 7 ,mv 55gm0f00f SHOPPING CENTER ,pfcmrv HANCOCK CO. EQUIPMENT DEALERS ASSOCIATION Arend Oliver Sales Bowman Implement Co. J.I. Equipment Center Findlay lnternational,lnc Lenhart Implement Smith Implement Streaker Tractor Sales,Inc lg pd' Snively Grain E. Supply . .al snail 'FQ- Good Luck to the Class of ll67lI JACKSON'S FURNITURE CO. 1+6l East Main Cross St. Findlay Ohio Memory Gardens On Findlay-Fostoria Road That The Beauty of Life May Survive ,if Eln4.,..4Gx . l Compliments of MORGANO'S PARTY STORE lOlO Tiffin Ave. Findlay, Ohio Reddy Kilowatt has been proud to serve you and your school, and hop.es his efforts have helped make it a. productive and memorable year for you. ffllfiuln azllm DHID PUWEH CDMPANY Compliments of PRODUCTION CREDIT Association of Northern JAQUA'S SPORTING GOODS Everything for the Athlete -2 Locations- O ' . h'O 225 N. Main Q9 Fostoria Genoa FOrFli'ndlay FindlaY Bowling Green F.VAl ageoh. Q9 Fremont Tiffin 'n ay' 'O NISWANDER'S'JEWELERS ,ED'50N'? A Fostorla's Busiest Drug Store Specializing in Lovebright Diamonds and Rings IO7 W. Crawford Findlay Ohio 422-8142 W Leading Prescription Specialists c:II5: Yun? lOl North Mann iii, Fostoria, Ohio If?gCEk Compliments of CORBIN BROS. CHEVROLET Selling America's No. I Car Arlington, Ohio 365-5753 Compliments of FOSTORIA CORPORATION Fostoria, Ohio Flame Broiling Makes the Difference BURGER CHEF 806 N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio Still Only l5c GROMANS BAND INSTRUMENT DEPT Sales - Rentals - Repairs Reynolds,Leblanc,Armstrong Bands Instruments Guitars, Amplifiers, Drums FindlaZ29 N. Main St. Ohio Ziyi ID k kixxgxig I .S i Compliments Of Compliments of FIND'-AY HARDWARE s s KRESGE COMPANY 220 5' Main IOO North Main Findlay Ohio Fostoria Ohio Patrons ARCADIA BLOOMDALE Anderson Lawnmower Repair Dr. F. J. Nemcik Ruby's Beauty Shoppe LeMars Upholstery Shop CAREY ALVADA Carey Furniture Fox's Garden Center MC COMB Flo's Halfway Inn Nye's Store McComb Farmers Co-op ARLINGTON NEW RIEGAL Arlington Ford Sales, Inc. The COVGVGC5 WSQOU BASCOM TIFFIN Walt's Lunch UhIm6D'S Iown Tavern West Independence Metzger's Farm Market Barb's Beauty Salon FINDLAY Brookside Pharmacy Findlay Body Repair Co. W F I N Major Appliance Co. Neff Lumber Co. Findlay Hearing Aid Center Fenstermaker's Shoe Store Dr. C. R. Beckett Ohio Beauty Supply The Photo Center Steinman's Office Supplies Miles Funeral Home Davis Explosives, Inc. Blanchard Valley Supply Inbody 8 Smith Realty Co. Findlay Electric Supply Inc Findlay Car Wash Latham Oldsmobile Carriage Steak House Gassman Hardware Beltz Clothing Plotts Harness Luggage Shop Drs. Bair 5 Burnett Day's Nursery Miller's Kitchenette Rooney 8 Musser, Architects Moreys Hancock Savings and Loan B 8 J Photo Service Tiffin Avenue Sohio Rays House of Hair Design FOSTORIA Gwiner's Sohio Dorthy's Shop Wilson's Shell Buckeye Auto Wash Seneca Lanes Wedge Lumber and Supply Fruth's Hardware Al's Jewelers Dr. Robert W. Moore, O.D. Sturm's Market Dell's Phyl's Beauty Salon Dean and Donna's Carry Out Fostoria Concrete Products Dr. R. J. Seiler Vel-Kay Beauty Salon Hoyt Seed Co. Porter's Dry Cleaning Lehmanns Lodge Paul's Sunoco Service Kwik Shake Kleinhen's Town and Country Nationwide Insurance Co. Mrs. Pauline Noris, Lords 1, ,.,- .,..Yg -1- - if ,4 -' A ffzf-' ff' " LHS! J.,- " ' 4' , f'J'i . ' 2, Q ff' .Nb A U ri. if I . Why 1 I i 'f - 'Q '7' A ...I . If' QV 3,455 6,191.55 -1 ., 1, I n' ,Z X 1 :-'.- .5941 A A W ' ,f 'K lx QQ ' ' - ' - '-'I JW' 1 JH: 'uf K - AX ' . y - Q 5 , . If , 'R 'fm ' fi A 1- - 9 l' 72' -7 E Y ill ' x .54 ' ' -3:1 'E ' "3-M' 'fx 'L - 57451 . 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Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

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Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, OH) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

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