Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 134 of the 1946 volume:
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Publlshecl by the Senior Class of the
Arclxbold H1 lx School
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Thxs lS the semor class of l946 ln therr final
broadcast over statxon WAHS They have enyoyed
workln here wlth you and thexr one wlsh IS that
thxs fmal broadcast will recall many pleasant mem
orxes for all of you So on with the pro ram
XVe the semor class of 1946 present the Arch H1
Broadcast IH the hope that xt will unfold to you many
unforgettable memories of the fruitful yet carefree
days spent ln Archbolcl Hlgh School the trnumphs
and defeats which have enrlchecl character and the
abundance of knowledge whlch has become such an
mtegral part of you that xt can be dlmmecl only by
Enqrnvnng Fort Vvayne Engraving Company
Photography Leone Stucllo, Sturgls Nllchxgan
Prmtmg Wear 6: Wexr, Fayette, Ohxo
STARS OF THE EVENING
Mnlxtary Paile 4
Dedication Page 9
Admmlstratxon Pa e
WE THE SENIOQS
Semors P e Zl
Future Stars Page 37
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Vve pay reverent trlbute
to those from our school
who gave to thelr country
the last full measure
World War ll
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l Lf Thomas V Pollte A. C Theodore W Dlmke
Tech St Robert W Mahler Plc Vlrg1lW1ll1am ones
Pfc Melvin Carl Schroeder
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WE HUM BLY DEDICATE
HULL Dr ADHD 1
To you former students and teachers of
who are now servlng m or have served ln the
we humbly dedlcate a portlon of thls book
Bernath Fu ene A
Bern tx Lawrence
Couch ohn B
Crossgrove Ralph D
xDlIHkC Theodore W
Domm que Earl
Dommmue Vearl A
Erbskorn Noble W
Erbskorn VV ohn
Gerxg Lawrence deceased
l arvey Russell
l laye Owen C
the Archbold Publrc School
armed forces of our country
Hollm shead Erhal P
Km sbury Herbert
Kram r Xvxllram
Leupp ohn L
Lohse Edward E
Lorton Wrlllam L
Lovejoy Harold L
Lovejoy Robert W
Mahler Robert L
Mahler Walter C,
Nlurbach Dr C F
Nofzlger Donald L
Nof lger Lowell
Nofzln er A
Pope Rale H
Rettl Wlllram r
Rle secker Orville
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Taylor Harold C,
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Schuster Sherw ood
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OLJR CHIEF DIRECTOR MR LORTON
as he worLs plays and takes lt easy when not busy with hrs dUtlCS at station
As he appeared at various times, from his college days to the present time-
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ln every school some one must formulate the
pollcy and provlcle the leaclershxp For twenty Five
vears one man has cuven of hrs best to thus task
He has served the school and whole communlty
wlth untmng clevotuon and fervent zeal ln appre
cxatxon ol all he has done to make us worthy cltlzens
of a great country we the senlor class of l946
spectfully dedlcate this annual to our emal super-
intendent and faithful friend-R. L. Lorton.
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Statxon WAHS graduated nts first class nn l89l hfty five
years ago Since that first class more than mne hundred young
men and women have passed through the portals of the lnstltu
txon as graduates They have hterally reached to the four corners
of the earth Many have achleved fame for themselves and thxs
fame has redounded back to thenr Alma Mater brmgmg a measure
of pride and satlsfactlon to the mstltutlon for having had a share
ln the trammg which enabled them to achlexe thelr success
The present Elementary Blllldlhg housed both gxades and
hugh school untnl 1930 when the new hngh school bulldm was
erected ln I937 the German Townshlp bchools and the Archbold
Schools were consolldated lnto the pres nt school cllstrlct
The school has had a contmuous rowth durm the past
two decades and at the present time both buxldmgs are overcrowd
cl If the present trcrd of grovx th continues It will he mandatory
that a bulldm program 1 nnstltuted ln the near future
The future of stat on WAHS loolts very lnrlght Indeed
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I3dlO stat ons The dxrectors of statlon VV A H 9
hx done their best to see th xt only the very flnes
type of pro rams were presented The followm
pa ee honor the pirts played by the dxrecto s m this
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
ohn Luepp Ceor e Rupp R L Lorton Peter Rupp Owen Rice
Edwin Murbach Arthur Fa ley
BOARD OF EDI ICATICN
The provress of a school system depends in a lar e measure upon
the ponsors of that school system The ponsors of tation WAHS have
Given liberally of their time and effort to make their Station one of the Very
They have readily iven their approval to all things which were necessary to
insure efficlent operation of their en erpr se They are fully 'xware that an
investment in the youth of today is the only way to insure this nation of per
petually good citizens They ltnow that the ideals our youth fou ht for on
the battlefields of World War ll can best be preserved by a system of fre
The Cast and staff of station WAHS ratefully acknowledge the sup
port and co operation ot their sponsors
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liest. They have provided their cast with good huildings and fine equipment-
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WAHS, is rounding out a quarter of a century at
his present post as superintendent He has an A B
De ree from Oberlin Colle e and an lVl A DP ree
from Ohio State Unn ersity He spends his summers
in Northern Michigan
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IN r Parker econcl m comm ncl is prmc pal
teaches mathematics science and World history He
coaches most of the high school dramatic produc
tions and is the Faculty Mana er of Athletics He
has a R L De ree from Berea Colle e an A B
De ree from Ohio University and an M A Degre
from Ohio State University Fishing and olflng
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of the school. . Besides his principal's.cluties he
B. S. Bowling Green State Univer
A B B S Defiance College
M A Farber
Science Phy Ecl
B S Dennison
M A Ohio State University
Donald J Hornxsh
umor High Coach
l Degree Manchester Colle e
B S Ohio Northern
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A. B. Spokane University
A. B. Heidelberg College
Ohio State University
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B S Bowling Green State
Nl A University of Michigan
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Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University
Bowlin Green State University
M ldred Bernath
Bowlin Green State University
Special First and Second Grades
Bowling Green State University
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B A Goshen College
Bowl-n, Green State University
Bowling Green State University
The -directors of WAHS are not always as serious as they seem. The
snapshots on this page bring you a glimpse of them as they appear in some
of their lighter moments. Yes, they have other interests and hobbies too.
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OPERATORS OF STATION WAHS
Behxnd the scenes of every radio broadcast there are
many unsunv heroes whose presence ns absolutely essentxal
to the success of the provram So rt IS with statron W A H S
Our buildings must be ready for a day s work at
exght 0 clock every mornmg Thus IS an Important task and
requires many lono' hours of work especially durlng the wm
On the first floor of our station IS found one of the
most vital factors and departments of the entlre statlon
nwmely the cafeterxa Pere x staff of the best culrnary
rrtxsts plans and prep ares meals for some three hundred pu
pnls and teachers clally Yes mdeedl Thus IS a very Import
ant pa t of station WAHS
Last but not least to transport all of the workers into
the statron requlres the efforts of at least seven bus drivers
every mormng and evening When one consxders the weath
er the roads mechamcal dlfhcultles and other hazards too
numerous to mention whxch these men face every day the
task assumes an lmportant part ln the CmClCht operatnon of
W A H S
Our hats off to these folks
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WE THE CENIORS
The follommg pa es reveal many mterestmg
plctures and stones of the Stars of the Broadcast
Turn on your televlslon set for an lnterestmg half
'NIR SPFNGLLR Senior Xdusxr
Petter knovkn to tl'c student as an
intimate friend one of ingenuous
character holds undivided popular
1ty of students ard fa 1ltJ a con
panion at all times a unicuue and
HARVEY V. ANDRE-"Harvey"
Bashful Bachelor: The Dummy: An-
nual Staffg Baseball: Track: Bas-
ketball: A Associationg Practical
joker-seems conceited, but really
isn't at heart-girls are liabilities'-
"He usually hits the nail right on
Annual Staff: Basketball: Ba:-scholl:
Track A Assoc' tion Ardent gum
chewer co Captain of B B team
all around athlete tall dark and
handsome G1 at men are dving
exery day and I don feel vwll 'ny
Noon Basketball Manager Annu
al Staff A Association Full of
ideas II1lSChl6VOUS great cough
drop eater Too many books over
load the mind
IE -SIN NE ETCHEN Hoppy
Orchestra Noon Basketball Glee
Club Chorus Minstrel Show An
nual Staff Spring Festival String
Ensemble Social Club Pres and V
Pres Archette Staff Man Editor
Honor Roll Scholarship Contest
T B Contest Winner Class jitter
bug original brand of humor
dancing comes first out of tovxn
boys second late evely morning
Men are like streetcars
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VIARY FLLMING ' Mary
Orchestra Glee Club Annual Stafl
Archette Staff Class Seuetaly and
Treasurer Glrl Reserves Wauseon
Cheerful grmner St1CkS to facts
l1kes small town llfe C ble and
the world vnll g1ggle wlth you
ST-XWLF! PRL! Pat
The Bashful Bachelor Basketball
Annual Staff Baseball Mmstrel
Show Presldent Track A Asso
c1at1on Gods glft to the ladles
letter man knows good stones
loves to p ster glrls Its Quallty
not sxze that counts
DORIS l0HNb0lN Dot
The Bashful Bachelor The Dum
my Glrls Glee Noon Basketball
Annual Staff Class Presxdent
Class Vxce Presndent Soclal
Club Honor Roll Scholarshlp
Tests Dxmples snappy eyes
plres to be a secretary Hobby
Correspondmg across the ocean
Her heart was not made to be
LL LILLE JOHNSON Lucy
The Bashful Bachelor Glee Club
Chorus Noon Basketball Mmstrel
Show Annual Staff Archette Staf
Soclal Club Ornery loves to
fxght full of ldeas Leave sllence
to samts I am but human
DORIS hLAUDT "Frlt1.
The Bashful Bachelor Sprlng Fes
txval Glee Club Archette Stafr
Cho us The Mmstrel Show Annu
al Staff Treas Soph year Or
che tra So lal Club Honor Roll
mls hlevous llkes Rlce Qultk
and wltty she always has a ready
HI' LFN GALBRAITH ' Holley
Sprmg Festxval Glee Club Noon
Basketball Annual Staff Archette
Staff School Secretary agreeable
blonde congemal Wozk fascx
nates me I could watch It for
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Bookworm seldom talks thought
ful interested in a Rakeirl
silence were golden I would have
a pocket full of money
M-KURII E D NAFIIGER 'Mose
The Dummy Spring Festival
Bovs Glee Chorus Noon Basket
ball Archette Staff Annual Stafi
Track Weakness Talking Prat
tical Joker likes Journallsm class
fonly boy J Well timed silence hath
more eloquence than speech
MARY E. LITVVILLER,-"Lizzie"
The Bashful Bachelorg Girls Gleeg
Orchestra, Annual Staff: Noon
Basketball, Honor Roll: Secretary
and Treasurer, Jr.: Scholarship
Testsg String Ensemble. Genius,
drowning in intelligence, shy and
very bashful. "I regret I have but
one life to give to my school."
Annual Staff Track President
Band Orchestra A Association
Spring Festival Chorus The Bash
ful Bachelor Class rough neck
heads his class lin eating and sleep
mg! Cant get along with wom
en and cant get along without
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Fes wal Glee Club Annual Staff
Archette Staff 1Ed1torJ Orchestra
Ponor Roll Scholarship Contest
String Ensemble Pet Peeve Pat
likes dogs and cats liked Physics
for more reasons than one
plain your explanation
WALLTTA NOFZIGER 'Julia
Spring Festival Chorus Archettc
Staff Annual Staff Meek and
mild timid quiet neat worry
wort always forget to go to Office
Pra tice Let the argument go
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Mmstrel Show Llbrarlan Annual
Staff Soclal Club Slxghtly tem
peramental argumentatlve llkes
basketball Just enough learmng
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The Bashful Bachelor Mmstlel
Show Basketball Annual Staff
Archette Staff Honor Roll Romeo
Studles sometlmes Class mtwnt
seldom QEFIOUS Just glve me a
date sees all and says more
SHIRLLY RI. PP M3 rtle
The Bashful Bachelor The
Dummy Noon Basketball Band
Mmstrel Show Annual Staff
Sprmg Festxval Class Secretary St
Treasurer Class V106 Pres Honor
Roll Scholarshlp Test Orchestra
Ranks hlgh ln personahty lxkes
Wood chucks hanled from
Rldgevllle Genume as a thumb
PETTX it HROEDER- 'snow ball
Bashful Bachelor Glee Llub
Noon Basketball Archette Stafl
Annual Staff Orchestra Band
Cheerleader Mmstrel Show So
C131 Club Chorus Chatterer
glrl wlth Pep vlm and VlgOI p r
LOW LLL RUPP Sonny
Basketball The Bashful Bachelor
Band A Assoclatlon Annual
Staff Archette Staff Mmstrel
Show Fond of Bells Dlslxked
Journahsm fToo many glrlsl acc
forward on basketball team Pats
body guard I ve spoken a thous
M-XR! ELLEN RUPP 'Mary
The Bashful Bachelor Sprmg
Festxval Glrls Glee Noon Basket
ball Annual Staff Orchestra
Honor Roll Scholarshlp Tests
Strung Ensemble Graceful kltten
on the keys muslcally mclmed
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Bashful Bachelor Sheik lxkes
glrls loves to tease Sara Belle Tan
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A heart wxth revolvxng doors
ADEN STORRLR Smoocher
Annual Staff Basketball Baseball
'Irack A Assoclatlon Bashrul
Bachelor Laboratory Asslstant
Easy golng fnendly all around a'h
lete Captam B B team I dont
know where I m golng but Im on
DORIS M-KE SHORT Gay
Sprmg Festlval Archette Staff
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ketball Cafeterla Glggly and
Gay The Short est way home
IS the sweetest I wlll do my
ROLLIN SHORT 5h0l'tlP
Basketball Mmstrel Show Annua'
Staff L1tt1e llkes Wauseon
culet tlmld weakness glrls Sh
ness IS no crlme Llfe IS short
and so am I
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Annual Staff Noon Basketball
Qulet and sober good naturred
woman hater lxkes farming
Come on superstxtlon get m5
XRA Bl' LLE TAINNLR "Sunf-
Band Orchestra Glrls Glee Noon
Basketball The Bashful Bachelor
Sprmg Festlval Annual Staff
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Of Archbold Annual Staff
Class crooner Adrlan ls my natlve
land good nature mms hlm many
fmends never had hxs bookkeepmg
Lven lf you can prove lt who
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Baseball Band Sprmg Festlval
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'VIARX 'VIARIL YODER- Marie
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Noon Basketball Captain Lnbrarlan
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Nlot that I love study less but I
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The Bashful Bachelor The Dum
Honor Roll Scholarshlp Contest
Always smlllng mtell1gent leader
hxp ablllty Not all learmng
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AUDITION OF THE CLASS OF 46
ln the year of our Lord one thousand nrne hundred and forty a group of
not too talented young amateurs entered the lower halls of YV A H S radro
statron The hrst two years were to be spent more or less on study and work
to prepare us for our future Nlrss Nofzrver conducted most of our classes
whrch by no means were easy'
ln l942 we entered what we thought to be a most rmportant perrod
Twelve members jorned our Group from manv other statrons makrnof our
total membershrp 39 Those who had so parnstakmgly framed success rn
VV A H S the year lrefore chose to rnrtrate us rnto the socrety of radro per
sonalrtres It was an humrlratrng nd embarrassrng evenmof but we survrved
and felt just a lrttle more e'-cperren ed rn the rad o world Thrs our freshman
year was filled wrth many actrvrtres and opportunrtres
After vacatronrnv for three months we avarn returned to W A H S
for more trarnrng Our sophomore year brought us the chance to rnrtrate
the only too Green fresh es and rt was rndeed a ple'rsure'Our sophomore
wear was well spent we complet d the many drfhcult tasks that confronted
r along the road to succe
Our junror year at W A H S was one of eagerness and preparatron
for the comrng unror enror larquet We also chose our rrnvs thrs year
and as each class does we felt we had made the very best selectron From
the many long hours of torl und stucy we at last were grven a chance to
arr our talent A play was re rearsed and presented rn the W A H S
audrtorrum over the amateur hour The Bashful Bachelor u nder the dl
rec ron of Mr Parker was a Ore t uccess and many of us felt the assur
ance of greater success rn the future By means of the proceeds of the play
we acqurred enouffh money to enable us to present the customary unror
Senror Banquet at the end of the year Ths rndeed was a glorrous event
for all and the closrng of ou Jun or veav vxas one fill d wrth happrness and
pleasant memorres that wll lrnver on forever
Our senror program started off wrth a bang and contrnued throughout
the year Thrrty four members a am cho e Dorrs ohnson to lead us down
our last mrle of educatron On Cctober 5 I946 we journeyed to Toledo
and everyone had hrs prcture talten These prctures were of partrcular sg
nrfrcance thrs vear for the cl'r S of 46 was publrshrng an annual Dale
Wyse was chosen to act as edrtor rn chref and Mary E Lrtwrler to be hrs
most oblrgrng assistant to rnstruct the class rn therr varrous assrvnments
rhe Arch Hr Broadcast was the result of many hours of hard worl, and
torl hared by all the members of the senror class
As the vear ends many are offe ed opportunrtres rn many statrons of
lrfe Our contract wrth VV A H S drew to a close May ZI 1946 Con
sequently we were lmmedratelv uslserecr rnto commencement routrne and
frnally the frnale we recerved our certrfrcate for servrce statron
It rs wrth heartfelt regret that me leave thrs statron wrth all rts joys
and happiness and rt rs our hope that thrs past experrence wrll be of some
benefrt to us rn pursurng new joys and rn over omrng new obstacles for they
are bound to confront us agarn and avarn rn statron L l F E
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I11 PQDQIVC mood brmgmg before my mental VISION members of our clfrss I won
flcred what we would be domg ten years hence As I mused many strange thou hts
came to my mmd How drfferent the Ines of the members of our class would be'
What v'1r1ed experlences they would have Some mxght travel 1n d1stant lands so'I1e
stay at home others be prom1nent rn socrety or pol1t1cs and some never heard of
outsrde the1r vlllage Suddenly I heard a vo1ce a farrys VCICG WhlCh sa1d You
w1sh to know the future of vo11r cl ss'r1ates I dl swered Yes The vo1ce con
t111uec1 It 15 well to seek to know the future krowledge of the future lS grvcn to
ff-w but you are ont of the favored few Come wlth me
I follow d I wa led through wmdlng ways knowlng not Whlther I went Sud
rlenly I was s opned by a wall cf ro k I st rted to t11rn back when a door opened
1n the rock and a VOICE blde me enter I stepped ln I looked and truly I thought
th1s was an enchanted country I knew not what to do Aga1n the VOICQ Step
boldly forward soon w1lt thou be accustomed to th1s place In the mrddle of the
cave I saw three bemgs Are ycu the Fates? I isked wlth tremblmg vorce .,
are they answered For long years aye for centurres have we dwelt here Never
srnce the days of Greece have mortal eyes beheld us You are a favored mortal
What IS your request? To read the future of your classmates of 19469 The
oldest of the Fates ard B t so follow me I obeyed Pas 'ng through a
la yr111tl1 of w1nd1ng passages we stopped Nothlng was seen unt1l my gurde lrgleted
.1 candle wh1ch revealed that I was rn a smaller cave at the end of whrch was a
large m1rror ThlS IS the cave wlsrch conceals the magrc m1rror Sald mv com
panlon Yonder IS the enchanted glass 1tself Look there1n and l1sten carefully
Breathlessly I wa1ted lMy gurde mutter1ng rn a smg song volce kmdlerl a f1re
of aromatlc herbs m a small basrnr she nla ed the bas1n 1n front of the m1rror
and blew out the candle 'Ihe m1rror was now brlghtly 1llum1nated the rest of the
cave bemg dark Suddenly I saw a change 1n the m1rror I seemed to be lookmg
1nto a hosprtal Among the nur es all al1ev1at1ng pa1n and soOth1ng pat1ents one
seemed very fam1l1ar All the years had not changed her she was st1ll the ame
happx Geneva Yoder lookmg as though she were enjoyrng her l1fe as a head nurse
The x1s1on far ed I saw a large concert hall where the attractlon was a d1st1n
gurshed p1an1st Mrss Mary Ellen Rupp who had Just returned from a European sue
Qeveral VICWS qurckly passed showmzzf schoolrooms of every descr1pt1on from
krndergarten to huh school Among the teachers were some fam1l1ar faces Mary
l L1tw1lle1 and Valetta Nofzrger
Next I saw a St Mart1ns Lutheran Church whlch caught my z1ttent1on Would
you belleve lt 1n the pulplt was Howard Brodbeck Mrs Brodbetk fformerly Betty
bchroederl was Slttlflg ln the back seat telnng h1m when he talked too loudly
Nlnle gazlng over the crowd I recogn1zed a lady who walked 1n w1th twrns It was
the former Mary Flemmg The church had a wonderfully nolsy cho1r I not1ce one
man opemng h1S mouth w1der than all the rest He seemed very fam1l1ar Then I
knew It was Dlck Wh1pple He had been marrred the week before and th1s accounted
for hlS srngmg ror salvat1on so loudly Sara Belle Tanner was orgamst and even
Sunday her musrc was so good that unt1l church was out nearly all the people Vere
An Old M3ldS Hall formed the next plcture Here llV6d a happy pa1r of glrls
who used to Come to Archbold Doubtless you all know them the Mrsses Anna Mae
Yoder and Pose Ellen Nofz1ger They had settled down to a s1ngle state of blessed
ness and as each had a pet cat I concluded they had lost all hopes
Agam the scene changed A renowned personallty known as thc worlds best
undcrtaker was buslly embalm1ng a corpse Much to my surprlse 1t was Alan Twrss
He sa1d he and hlS Wlfe formerly known as Melba Nofzlger get along fauly well
only she gets Jealous because he wasn t embalm1ng Men only Next we saw a boat
rust hke the one Columbus had when he drscovered Arnerrca and 1f there wasnt
Charl1e M1gn1n strokmg hlS long beard and countmg the clouds every f1fteen mln
utes Marx Marre Yoder was w1th hlm I really don t know what she was dolng on
the boat but I heard her say that they were domg the same as Columbus drd when
he drscovered Amerlca to see 1f they couldnt be wntten about too
'lhen 1 llrge bulldmg came 1nto the VISION The name of lt was Fr111 a"lr1
Thrlll Nrte Club owned and operated by Harvey Andre The band leader land a
very good onel was none other than James Oycr My how he drd put pep 1nto the
song ne composed Tne name IS Whrm Wham Whoodle the new style of swmg
O1 er 1n a corner were Dor1s Klaudt and Lowell Rupp They were qulte busy
overheard h1m ask her rf she would go along to see Aden Storrer and h1s famous
basketball squad He sa1d that Aden had won fame for hrmself ln thls f1eld and
that for the last three years had been the champron basketball player on hrs squad
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Phe Xrsron faded frgarn and before mv eves was a Z4 passenger plane Dun
though the prlots hur was darlfer and thrrrner I recognrzed hrm as Johnme spoc le
A fcw passengers were aboard 'rnd I heard the arr' stewardess and a Charmrng one
Dorrs Johnson talk to a lady who was rrchly dressed ln furs and srlks Thrs lady
mtroduced herself to the stewardess as Mrs Rollrn Short known to us as Heler
C' lbr rth She sard her husband the famous desrgner had desrgned these for her
Next came .1 great contrast It was rn darkest Atrrca and whom should I see
but Shirley Rupp there as a mrssronarx
The followrng picture showed .ar large srgn How to Become Beautrful rn Ont
Irt rtmtrrt Lookrng rn the wrndow I was quxte sur'pr1sed to frnd that rt was or
erated by Jeanne htchen and above all thrngs Howard BL ehrer was gettrng an enl
curl My how some people change
The next scene was qurte a Sai one Maurr e Nafzlger and Niarvrn Nafzrvev-
were lrvmg bw themselxes on a 120 acre farm One would do the farmrng one week
whrlc the other would do the housework and look for two lonely grrls But a yet
no luck Poor pofr leoys
A schoolhouse formed the next prcture I was qurte shocked to frnd out that
fat Prev was the superrntendent Dale Vvyse the prmcrpal and the prlncrpal
wrfe the former Dorrs Short was the Home EC teacher Donald Stuckey wls
thx Industrral Arts teacher It almost made me wlsh that I was gorng to school
Now came the If rrrys vorce Seek no longer The future of your Classmates
own bed 'Ilrc clock struck one I called to my Farry but no response came I trerr
prnthsd mx self and found that rt was just fancy dreamrng
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HARVFY ANDRE Meehamc
HOWARD BRODBECK Coach
HOV! ARD BUEHRER Mechanre
JFAIXNE ETCHEN Irrterror Decorator
STANLFY FREY Axrator
VIARY FLI' MING Sterrographer
HFLFN GALBRAITH Secreta y
DORIS JOHNSON Offrce Work and Hou Q x e
LULILLF JOHNSOIN Beautrcran
DORIS KLAUDT INur e
'VIARY E LITWILLFR Teacher
LHARLFS MIGNIN Axrator
MARVIN NAFZIGER Farmer
MAURIC F NAFZIGER Farmer
POSF ELLEN NOFZIGER M8d1C1I Rrst IYTII
VALLTTA NOFZIGFR Secretar
MELLA NOFZIINGER B autrcrar
JAVIFS OYER Farmer
LOW ELL RUPP Farmer
MARY ELLEN RUPP Musrcran
SHIRLEY RUPP Musrcran or Nurse
PI' TTY SCHROI' DER Musreran
DORIS SHORT Factory VR ork
ROLI IN SHORT Far mer
JOHN! SPOFRLE Musr lall
XDFIN STORRER Mccharrrc
DON XLD STUCRFX Farmer
SAR X BFI LF TANNIFR Nurst
ALAN 'IVSISS Electrrcal Busrness
DILK VNHIPPLF Machrnrst
DALE WX SE Farmer
ANNA MAE YODFR Secretary
GENIPVA. YODER Nurse
'NIAnH MARIE YOIJER Secretary
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3"lllU:l Ll P155 LUIII
X e the Semor Class of mneteen hundred and forty SIX I'Pal1ZIIlg that our careel
as students of Archbold Pubhc School IS slowly endmg smcerely hope that our
earthlv possessxons or all we have will be d1Vld6d evenly and satxsfactorxly amon
our under class men At thls tlme supposedly sane and sound of mmd and body
also fully aware of our actlons we hereby make to whom 1t may concern our las
w1ll and testament
APTICLE I To the faculty we bequeath our slncere thanks and apprecnatlon for
gllldlflg us through our four vears of I-hgh School
AIVIICLE II To the Jumors we leave our athletlc abxllty and oppoltumty of an
mhllat ng themselves wlth sulphur d10XlL'8 and chlorme fumes rn chemlstry lab
ARTICLE III '10 the Sophomores we leave our ablllty to study and do Well 1n all
SUbl9CtS We hope you wmll try hardel than ever before to do well or you wlll
be sorry hke some of us semors are now
ARTICLE IV To the Freshmen we leave the chance to grow up and our smlext
advlce Never let studxes interfere wlth pleasure
ARTICLE V To the Elghth grade we leave the opportumty of calhng themselx es
members of the Hlgh School
ARTICLE VI To the Seventh grade we leave the promlse of flve years of good
txmes surprises and long hours of studymg So study and play hard Hlgh
School days are over soon enough
ARTICLE VII I Harvey Andre bequeath my kmdness to all lower class men and
Howard Brodbeck bequeath a few lnches of my helght to Howard Rupp
loward Buehrez wlll he talent I dont have to Charles Merlllat
Jeanne Etchen w1ll my ab1l1ty to Jltterbug to Betty Storrer
Stanley Frey bequeath a celtam Jumor glrl to nope I cant glve her up
Mary Flemmg bequeath my knowledge about the clty to Jean Beltz
Helen Galbralth w1ll my typmg ab1l1ty to the typlng class
Dons Johnson bequeath my wavv ha1r and sweet smlle to Joan Baker
Lucxlle Johnson w1ll my ablhty to be crary at any txme to Charlene Short
DOTIS Klaudt wlll my nickname FIIIZ to anyone who wants It
Mary Lltwlller wlll my shyness to Roberta Corkle
Why study anyway? 'P 'P I know all the answers or do I"
Marvm Nafzlger wxll my quletness to the Freshman class
MRIIIICG Nafzlger bequeath my ablhty to hke both the Schmucker twms to no one
Melba Nofzmger w1ll my ablhty to blush at any time to Barbara Werdel
doubt lf she needs It I
Rose Ellen Nofzlger bequeath my love for football games to V1rg1nxa Nafzxger
Va etta Nofzlger w1l1 my shmness to Jacquelyn Brodbeck
James Oy er bequeath my ablhty to get the girls to John Loshe
Low ell Rupp wxll rry lb1l1ty of keeplng three glrls guessmg at once to Johnnle
Mary Ellen Rupp bequeath my snappy eyes to Allan DOIUIDIQUC
Shlrley Rupp w1ll my ablhty to get on the Honor Roll to Phyllls Roth
Betty Schroeder bequeath my cheerleadmg abxhty and mv ab1l1ty to get the man
I want to Dorothy Brodbeck
Dorls short w1ll my slow motlon to the Seventh and Elghth grade puplls who al
ways push when golng down the steps
Rolhn Short wlll my frlendhness to Esther Flemmg
John Spoerle wlll mv ab1l1ty to go steady w1th a glrl when she lsn t gomg stead
w1th me to B111 Stuckey
Aden Storrer bequeath my ab1l1ty to play basketball to the 1946 Jr Hlgh Squa
Donald Stuckey wlll my frlendly fer onalxty to the bashful kxds of A H S
Sara Belle Tanner bequeath my love for the boys to Onnolee Brodoeck
Alan Twlss wxll my ablhty to dance romantlcally to Ned L01 ton
Dlck Whlpple will mv arlllty to talk wxthout gettmg tlved to Edlth Erbskorn
Tale Wxse w 'l my knowledge ln chemlstry to Lols Kleck
Anna Mae Yoder bequeath mv ab1l1ty to laugh at everythmg to Lowell Mlller
I Mary Marne Ycder w1l1 my ab1l1ty to plav basketball very well to Llla Mae Vhse
XF TICLE VIII Last of all we the Semor Class wlll and bequeath many years Of
peace and rest to our parents who for 12 years have had many worues and
Dorls Johnson Class Pre'-udent
John Spoerle vice Plesldent
Marv Flemmg Secretary Treasurer
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It IS with profound regret that we announce the death of the Well kl10Wr1
and hlghly respected Senlor class of the Archbold Hxgh School After Its
remarkable achlevement recently with the exammatlons which lt passed with
flylng colors the class was notlced to be changlng perceptlbly Upon
skllled dlagnosxs the trouble proved to be an enlargement of the lntellect
whlch after a hngerln attack lastu' four years caused the demlse of the
class on May Zl
The semor class was one respected and loved by all who knew xt and
wlll be greatly missed ln the soclal athletic and educatlonal clrcles of the
school and neighborhood lts quahtles of lndustry ldeallsm and charm en
deared lt to all who had the plea ure of lts acquamtance and lt will be sm
cerely mourned by the faculty classmates and frxends
lts place ln the soclal llfe of the school was by no means small and ln
the Held of athletics xt was wndely known ln nts mental achlevements how
ever It attained nts greatest dlstmctxon and gained hlgh honors
The passing of the Senior class leaves a vold ln the lntellectual clrcleg
of the school that will long be marked The loss of thls class wlll be deeply
felt rn the commumty also and lt wall be difficult to assemble another wlth so
much pubhc splrlt and power of accomphshrnent
The Senior class IS survxved by a umor class a Sophomore class and
a Freshman class The hrst mentxoned will be appointed to the place left
fill the positron nor will It be expected to do so at first
A great class has gone from us and together we mourn its passmv con
solmg ourselves wlth thls thought ls quen dl amant adulescens morxtur
which means He whom the gods love dies whlle a youth
The funeral servlces were held ln the auditorium on May ZI l946
Attendance at the servlces was by lFlVlt8tlOl'l only and all frlends were re
quested to attend bearing flowers and glfts
CLASS F PITAPH
Here he the good Semors whose enlus was such
We scarcely can blame lt or praxse lt too much
Who born for dlStll'lCtlOI'l perfected their mind
And fraught wxth all learnmg gave joy to mankmd
They were equal to all thlngs for nothmg unfit
They were pleased wnth thenr culture and proud of therr wrt
They are mlssed by their classmates thelr teachers as well
Who thexr vlrtues and wlsdom now tearfully tell
They dxed of braln fever brought on by dehght
ln their fourth year of age on commencement mght
They are glad to be one to a new world alack'
lf we could when we pleased we d not whistle them back
But let us be candid and speak out our mlnd
Thelr equal as students twlll be hard o Find
And ln peace may they he our vood SCDIOYS who now
Haxe taken their finals and made their last bow
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btatmn XV-XHS who wxll carry on :tg rctlwtles Ill the future
Some are near stardom 'xt the present tlme and other a e
Qtlll far .away from thext Coxeted role But ws the sfmds cf
tlme tontmue to run thelr Courses 'ull of them will exentually
reach the top and he the honored stxri of the hroadcwt
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Top Row oan Baker Donald Beck Lowell Beck Onnolee Brodbeck
Roberta Corl-:le Allen Dominique Louise Flory Maxine Frey
econcl Row Harold Crime can Crime Lo s Kleck Geralcl Lehman
ames Leupp ohn Lohse Melvii Nofzin er Lharles Merillat
zu er Phyllis Roth Richard Roth Clifford S lott Mary Schmuclcer
Bottom Qow Donna Belle Short Helen Short Nlarthella 5l1OrI P3tflCl3
Qhort Anna Sprn er Bill Stuclkey l abel S utzman Carl Thierry Carol
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Third Row: Viola Miller, Ada Nafziger, Virginia Nafziger, Donald Nof-
Top Row Kathryn Aschllman Rosemary Beaverson ean Beltz Clarence
Bernath Dorothy Broclbeck Robert Brodbeck Betty Buehrer Donald
Burkholder Mary Loulse Crossgrove
Second Row Bob Dlmke Vercla Eash Richard Erbslcorn Nlary Ellen
Gautsche Myrl Cautsche Patricia Gibson llva Glgax Richard Gneser
lnhlrcl Row Donna Klopfenstem Rlcharcl Kunkle Walter Lohse Richard
Lovejoy Consuelo Mendez ucly Miller Lowell Miller Russell Roth Ruth
Fourth Row Donna Schmucher Dons qchmucher Paulme Short Theron
Short Paul S1 g Mary ane pen ler Dora btamm Helen Stuckey Va
Bottom Row Charles Tanner Roger Taylor Lauretta Wyse Lester Wyse
Rlchard Wyse Wayne Wyse Anna Rose Yedlca Donald YOCl6r
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Brodbeck C len Burkholder Richard Corkle Verlm Lash Bill Pankhauser
Fred Fether Esther Flemm Harold Flory
'Second Row Charles Gautsche Valetta Gautsche Helen Grieser Verleen
Crleser Freda Crime Lester Wayne Crime Arthur Kleck Pauline Klop
fenstem Velda Ledyard Ralph Lugblll 'Vlargie Osborn
Vlr ma Rufenacht Howard Rupp Lecn Rupp Leroy Rupp Ruth Rych
encr Delmar Sauder Valetta Sauder
Fou th Row Sue Ellen Scales Weldon Schan Richard Schantz Mary Lee
Qchultz Bert 'econdcost Charlene chart Donald Short Eu ene Short
ames Short eanette Short Walter Short
Bottom Row Philip Sie el Flinor Sprln er Ruth Springer Fontaleel Stuck
Werder Doris Wyse ohn Zimmerman
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Flrst Row Wayne Nofzm er Robert Nofzlger Dmvld Bednar ohn Desboeufs Harley Burkholder
Vlr rl Waldellch Donald Wyse Richard Short
Second Row Donna Belle Leupp Dons Leatherman une Mlller Claudine Nofzlnger Arlene Klemp
ner Mona Aeschllman Nancy Fagley Edlth l:.rbskorn Ruth Francls Charlotte Hausch
Third Row Mr Spengler Charles Hancock Blll Walters Betty jo Rychener Ruth Hayes Shlrley
Back Row umor Grlme ohn Claxr Mlchael Mendez Verdene Aeschlaman Robert Burkholder
B1llStuckey Eugene Brodbeck Clare Grlme Wllmer Excher
First Row Marvin Nofzlger L D Nofzl er Dxckle Short umor Roth Cara Belle Frey Ruta Burk
holder Myrtle Nofzmger Rosemary Wyse Roseanna Rlegsecker Marlln Wyse
Second Row Paullne Yedxca Marilyn Rufenacht rmmy Schultz Dlck Palmer Merle Wyse David
Seller Delphlne Kennel Bet y Nofzm er Helen Elcher Rose Bernath Nancy Crime Walter Short
Thxrd Row Bully Rles Bxlly Loveyoy B1llSmles Lewls Haa Tom Flemxv Ned Lorton Ross
Taylor Ro er Zlegler Annabelle Grleser MISS Nofzlger
Back Row Leroy Dommlque Arden Grlme D mwld Seller Herbert Short ean Rychener Carolyn
Gautsche ane Murbach amce Houchm Carol Sxort Valetta Wyse Dorothy Beck
Absent Larry Bourqum Davxd Beltz Carlos Bemath
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Graber lmmy Meyers oohn D Wyse
Second Row Gerald Short Herbert Wyse Gayle Grleser Carolyn Grlme Dxck Grlme Kenneth
Purdy Rollin Hayes Ralph Burlcholcler Arnold Lexnln er Mrss Buehrer
Thlrd Row Billy Short Joyce Baker Sally Scales Lowell Spless ohn Young Glendon Schan z
Ann Rledell Darrell Stuckey Harriet Spen ler Mary Sue Rychener
Back Row Doris Flem n Gene Bernath Merlin Rxeesecker Marjone Grrme Patrlcla Wlnzeler Mar
lm Short ack Lauber Velma Rupp
Front Row Ro er Short Charlene Grleser Dalf Short Sally Palmer Ro er Nofzl er Cresencno
Vlendez Robert Mlller ohn Beltz Eu ene M11 ler
Second Row Barbara Christy eanlne Farber Eleanor Stuckey Sara Louise Short ean Pearl Osborn
Vxr xnla Sauder Alxce Mary Roth oan Leupp Nancy Short Annabelle Stuckey Shlrley Yecllca
Third Row Dons Gunden Geneva Gautsche Dale Francis Mary Jane Scales Dee DeGroff Donald
lxleck Lucllle Muller Paul Yoder Laxern Lelnln er De Royce Hornxsh
Back Row Merlxn -Xaschllman lmmy Stuckey Charlotte Excher Buetta Wyse oan Grnme Connie
Rlnkel Bllly Rupp Rollln Beck Tom Fanl-chauser Charles Hausch 'Vlrs Spen ler
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Short CoNette Nofzxnger Charles Rxegsecker Suzanne Stuckey
Second Row Elame Grxeser unlor Gautsche Donna Ruffer Gene Waldellch Theodore Mendez
Marlene Rychener Barbara Rich LOIS Francis Ro er Mlller Lowell Flory
Third Row Mary Kunkle Sue Youn Carolyn Grleser ohnny Graber oan Mendez ames
Schmucker Gene Rupp Kexth Short Mary Glbson
Fourth Row Roy Schott Roger Schantz Davld Sauder Paul Stuclcey oseph Bernath Andy Mur
bach Kenneth Fanlchauser erry Gnme Richard Miller Mrs Andre Absent Ruth Ann Terrel
Fnst Row Willard Nofzmger anlce Leupp Louetta Beltz Donald Short Ralph Grleser DeAnna
Burkholder Betty o Scott Stanley Buehrer Phxlnp Buehrer
Second Row anet Wyse Dale Muller Tommy Bernath Harold VVy e Marlene Rufenacht Glen
Short oan Sauder Bobby Frey Donald Nofzxger
Thxrd Row Helen Schultz Evelyn Francls Curtxs Beck Robert Roth Patr era Llzalc Wxllnam Buch
rer Susie Fa ley Barbara Graber ames Short
Fourth Row Charles Rychener Teddy Lovejoy Walter Lemm er Bobby Kleck Charlene Stuckey
Falth Sorlnger oan Brodbeck Mrs Zimmerman
Absent Lxnda Muller Frednck Grlser Evelyn Stalter
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Front Row Dons DeGroff Larry Short Annabelle Zuercher Nancy Ruffer Charles Saudeer Col
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Second Row Betty Miller Cara Lou Stamm Shlrley Grneser Howard Grlme Sue Fankhauser
DeAnn Chrlsty oanne Beck oan France Maureen Rupp Annabelle Mlller Mary Grreser
Third Row Marlene Lexnlnger Donna Mlller Donald Sommers Donna Waldellch Lila May
Cautsche Frederxc Mehrllng ohn Scales Wlllxam Cross rove Suzanne Miller Arlene Stuckey
ana Hitt Robert Trejo Dean Rupp Dale Storrer Larry Rychener Mrs Lltwlller
Absent Donn Bernath
Front Row aneth Schantz Cary Rupp Randy Wyse Bllly Palmer Louise Nofzx er Margaret
Zuercher Eloxse Sauder Carolyn Mlller Grace Waldelnch Norma Burkholder
Second Row Shirley l'ranc1s oan Lovejoy oseph Baer Arleta Kennel Arlene Rupp Mary e
Inger Elolse Purdy anet Erbskorn Sandra Miller Llnda Stamm Marlene Muller anet Myers
Thxrd Row Mary Boynton ams Peters Romera Treyo Norma Fleming Nxck Mendez Beryl bn
ser Balblna Lnsak Elame Frey eanette Sauder Rxchard Leupp Vee Schlatter o Ann Hoffman
Back Row Mrs Lxtwlller Doyle Hayes Clara Spun er llva Ann Nofzn er Delores Graber Myr
Sauder Sue Ann Murphy lmmy Hausch Leona Beltz Brenda Pursel Patsy Grleser Dean Leln
Inger Mrs Bernath
Absent Rex Short
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lce Wyse Mrs Walter Darlene Short Donna l'lemmg Mary Lou Roth
Second Row Roy Trejo Ro er Trejo Gary Short Merle Short john Rupp
Myrl Nofzl er Vlctor Mlller Donald Frey Robert Mlller Bllly Short
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First Row Rex Zex ler Burdette S uckey Donald Cla r ames Zuver
Gerald 'Vlyers Bobby Grenser
Second Row Bonnle Eager Carol Ann Gautsche Pe gy Yoder Susan Mur
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Thlrcl Row Mrs Walter ohn R1 h Burclell btuckey Dean Buehrer Dar
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Sports have held a promment place ln the hrs
tory of VVAHS Basketball IS the oldest and ranks
as the number one port ofthe school Football hacl
a brref career but succumbed fiurm the depresslon
years Baseball nd track contmue as other school
sports A year round mtra mural spor's pro ram
clesl ned to xnclude all students IS also a part of the
pro ram And now for a Sports Parade m whxch
the hx hllghts of the 1943 46 season wlll be re
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Second Row Manager Rlchard Erbslcorn Rollin Short nm Oyer ohn Spoerle Harvey Andre
Coach lVl A Farber
Basketball easily holds the dlstmctxon of bemg the number one sport on the Sport Parade of
Station WAHS The cage game had nts orxgln ln the hx h school back ln I9l0 Smce then teams rep
resentlng the local schools have achleved unusual success Many tournaments have been WOR and
trophies too numerous to mention adorn the hall of learnln at WAHS The high spot ln the cage
ame here was the feat of the l973 team ln reachm the state class B finals ln which they lost to Bell
pomt 23 to 20
Many ca e stars who played thexr basketball at Archbold went on to wm promlnence m amateur
semi pro and colle e ranks
Thus year s team upheld traclxtxon by wmmn the county tournament
Archbold Opponent Archbold Opponent
Metamora XV us on
Rid evlll Strvker
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FULTON COUNTY TOURNAMENT DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
Archbold Opponent Archbold 9 Farmer 46
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NOV 10 The Blue Streaks xnaugurated the season at Metamora vunnmg a league
game bv the score of 32 to 29
Nov 27 Fayette came to Arehbold and vxere turned back by a score of 39 to 29
Nox 30 The old Wauseon Arehbold rlvalry once more blossomed At the end of a
close thrlllmg game the Streaks prex alled 28 to 26 A cheek from Dr Ryehener
Der 5 Phe Streaks mvaded btrykers arena and emerged w1th thexr foulth
st alght vlctory 36 to 31
Pee 11 Archbold almost met a tartar here Jewell led unt11 the closing mmute
when a late basket gave the Streaks a 26 to 25 wxn
D 14 An easy 43 to 23 league vxctory
Der- 21 Pettxsvxlle came here with a good team and led at the half 14 to 13 Phe
Streaks really cut loose the second half Fmal score Arehbold 41 Pettxsvxlle
Lee 28 Too much defense for Rldgevllle and Archbold annexed Wm number elght
28 to 8
Jan 4 An elght game w1nn1ng streak Went by the boards After enjoylng a 16 to 6
nalf tlme lead the Streaks fell apart and lost 32 to 26
an 8 The Ind1ans gamed revenge for the defeat on Arehbold s floor Score 20 to
another check from Dr Ryehener
Jan 15 Swanton lnfheted the first and only defeat admlmstered to the Streaks at
home 21 to 14 Gave Swanton the league tltle
Jan 18 A 41 19 score meant nothmng to the Blackmrdswthey won 29 to 27
Jfm 21 Napoleon got a bad taste of class B ball They went home on the wrong
end of a 46 to 29 score
Jan 20 An offensive battle The hlgh score of the season as the Streaks won am
Jan 90 Chesterfleld was the vlctlm of another hlgh score 54 to 12
heb 2 Stryker found the Str aks a tough gang on the home court Flnal score
BQ to 18
Feb 8 'lhe last game of the season The Streaks needed a Wm to Cmch setond
place 1n the league After a tough battle Alchbold 30 Delta 28 A season record
of 14 wms and 4defeats Not bad
Metamora proved an easy vxctlm ln the flrst game of the tournament S0016 38 to 24
Lyons w s unable to offer any SQIIOUS trouble as the Streaks advanced to the Semx
flllilg vuth a 7 to 14 Wm
Fayette beca ne the third vletlm of the Streaks as they bowed ln a 40 to 17 game
The Blue Streaksannexed thc County Champlonshlp by defeatmg Pettlsvllle 1n a
ual defensive thrlller 17 to 16 Storrers fleld goal from the centel of the floor wxth
onlv seconds to go brought vlctory to WAHS Now on to L6lpSlC
The Blue Streaks drevs the toughest team ln the tournament ln Farmer Afte
a good flrst half the Streaks lost out by a score of 46 to 29
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lor Richard Erbskorn
Second Row Clarence Bernath Robert Dxmlce Arthur Kleck Charles Tanner Charles Merlllat
Rrchard Lovejoy Donald Yoder
FRESHMEIN Fxrst Row Glen Burlcholder Xveldon Schan Ralph Lugbnll ames Short Sammy
Se and Row Wr Hormsh Richard Schantz Dale uull t Crewe Short Howard Rupp
R HI First Row Carlos Bernath Ross Taylor Brlly l Xeyoy Ned Lorton Bllly Ries
Second Row Vlr Hormsh Harley Burlch alder Clxre CJ une lrll XX alters ohn Clair Bxlly Stucltey
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The natronal pastlme IS pursued as a school sport both xn the fall and ln the sprung Dunn
the past twenty Eve years some fme baseball players have been turned out Some have made names
for themselves ln college and semr pro ranks A few have been consrdered fair prospects for the pro
The Varsxty nrne played seven games last fall wmnmg five and losmg two Prospects are fanrly
good for a faxr team thls sprmg Lyons IS the defendxng champron but IS rn for trouble from several
other schools Swanton Metamora Fayette and Archbolcl all loom as contenders at this time
The spring pro ram consists of several scheduled games followed by a tournament to determine
the county champxons
Brodbeck Frey and Stuckey carry the burden of Archbold s pltchmg wrth Storrer doing the re
cervmg Leading hitters on the team last fall were Frey 444 Lehman 4l9 Storrer 365 Stuckey
9 Lehman had I3 hxts to lead ln that department ln the PltChlHg department Frey won 2 and lost
none Brodbcek won 3 and lost 2
SCORES OF GAMES PLAYED LAST FALL
First Row Pat Frey Aden Storrer Howard Broclbeclc Gary Lehman Arthur Kleclc Dick Grleser
Second Row Rlchard Corlcle Paul Sig Brll Stuckey Clarence Bernath Donald Yoder Dale ul
let ames Short Harvey Andre Coach alce Spen ler
and Brodbeck 333, and Kleck .3l8. Frey led in runs scoored with ll, followed by Brodbeck with
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First Row Glen Burkholder Wayne Grlme Richard Rlegsecker Dale
ulllet Sammy Oyer ohn Tw: s
Second Row Robert Dlmke Aden Storrer Howard Brodbeck Charles
Mlgmn ohn Spoerle Gary Lehman Bxll btuckey Paul Sxgg
Thlrd Row Weldon Schang Gene Short Blll l"ankhauser Melvin Nof
zlger Rlchard Schantz Verlm Ea h Phxllrp Sxe el Ralph Lu bull m
Leupp M A Farber
ner Richard Kunkle Arthur lxleck Loy-.ell Rupp Donald Ybder
l'rack has been one of the mayor sports of the school for many years
Since before the days of World War l Archbold t ack performers have
turned ln outstandm records come of these records stood for many years
before they were eclipsed by better marks ln re ent years Delta has
amassed more than her share of the County Track records havlng had an
excellent squad which went on to wm the Dlstrlct Meet several tlmes and
make a good showlng rn the State Meet For many years Archbold Delta
and Pettlsvllle were the chlef contenders for the County Track crown
As early as the weather permxts xn the sprmg a group of boys can be
seen ln their dally workouts gettm ready for the sprm meets
Wlth several experlenced performers back from last year s squad pros
pects are falr for a better than average team thrs sprlng
Delta agam appears to be the team to beat
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J H Spengler D Hormsh M A Farber
Baseball r H1 Basketball Varslty
Coach Farber Coach I-Iormsh Coach Spengler
l ms Kleck Dorothy Brodbeclc Betty Schroeder
Betty Storrer Sharon lxay Lindley Nlascot
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MORE OF THE SAME
Front Row Harvey Anclre Blll Stuckex Pat l'rey Paul Sxgg Allen Domi
becond Row ohn Spoerle Lowell Rupp Howard Buehrer Howard Brocl
beck Aden Storrer
Back Row Gerald Lehman Charles Mngmn Arthur Kleck Clarence Ber
nath Duck Whlpple
Thxs club consxsts of those students nn hugh school who have earned their
monoffram ln at least one of the schools major sports of basketball baseball
At present the 0l'gahlZ3t10l'l ns not actxve lt holds no meetmvs nor does
It engave ln any school actnltxes as a group Membershnp comes automatl
cally to any student who earns hrs letter However several years av.: all rew
members were subject to mxtlatlon and the club enza ed m 3 few artlvltles
The membershlp of the club seems rather small but thus results prlmarnly
from the fact that a majority of the members are let ermen ln two or three
Many actlon plctures of these stars may be Seen m the Sports Parade
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CDDS AND ENDS AROUND WAHS
ANY TIME ANV DAY
Front Row Mane Yoder Roberta Corkle Betty Storrer Lucille ohnson
Shirley Bernath udylVl1ller Dons ohnson oan Baker
Back Row Barbara Werder Dons Klauclt lVlelba Nofzmger eanne Etchen
Anna Sprmger Loxs Kleck Dorothy Brodb ck Ruth Sprmger Betty
Qchroedor lVlr Spenffler
SOCI AL CLUB
It has alway been our belief that every mstxtutlon Shoulcl have a
fountaln of 3CtlVltl6S so ever smce 1939 our school ha sponsored an actlve
plovram known as The Soclal Club Hour The purpose of thrs club IS to
create ancl mamtam hx h standards of recreatron for everyones enjoyment
At the begmmng of each year rehab e officers and a capable advnsor
are selected to carry on wxth the fun ancl rf posslhle reach a goal dunno the
vear This year Ieanne Etchen was elec ecl preslclent wxth Mr Spen ler our
first esquxre aclvnsor ofhcnatxnv Under thls efhcnent supervlslon the many
wxllmg starlets co operated very mcely makxng rt possxble to reach our Oal
whlch was to sponsor numerous partxes ancl dances and purchase a mckelo
'leon from our prohts
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lVl Qpen ler our devoted aclvlsor along with
our able editor ln chxef Dale Wyse with hls cast
lVlary Lltwlller asslstant echtor and ames Oyer
busmess manager have contrxbuted much txme and
ffort 1n makmg this Broadcast a treasure chest of
l946 memorles a success
All other members of the cast readily obeyed
the beat of tlme and chd their work very efhclently
Pat Frey and ohn Spoerle proved themselves very
CmClCht as clrculatlon manafrers wlth Dlck Whlpple
Rollm Short and Donald qtuckey as thelr asslstants
The advertxsm commlttee conslsted of very ambl
ho IS and co operating' stars uch as Howard Brod
beck Aden Storrer Charles Nllonm Harvey Andre
The calendar of events was wrltten by Sara
Belle Tanner The class hxstory and obltuary were
frxtten by eanne Etchen class prophecy by Lucllle
ohnson and the class will by Betty Schroeder
The sports cast were wrxtten by Lowell Rupp
and Marvxn Nafzx cr 'mhtary n v Dons Klaudt
lufnm Rose Ellen Nofzmer ac 1v1t1es and dramat
Dons ohnson llterary Shlrley and lVlary El
len Rupp photovraphy ohn Spoerle Howard
Broclzecls. lVlaur1ce Nafzxver Dons ohnson and
Ad n Qtorrer The typxnv was done by several of
oul class typ st Even thou h each of us had our
a ol ned taslts we found lt to be more mtere tmv to
pubhsh this book as a class project each devotm
any spare tlme he may have had
Dale Wyse ames Oyer
Nlr Spen ler
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jeanne Etchen Mrs. Couch
First Row: Doris Klaudt, Marie Yoder, Geneva Yo-
der, Doris Short, Betty Schroeder, Lucille John-
son, Mary Fleming, Helen Galbraith
Second Row: Mrs. Kiem, Rose Ellen Nofziger, Anna
Mae Yoder, Maurice Nofziger, Lowell Rupp.
james Oyer, jean Etchen, Valetta Nofziger,
XVI-io goes there? The answer was an easy one
for all Archbold students.
Without question, it was a keen journalist go-
ing about his assigned task carrying the motto in
mincl, "l.et's make this paper even better than the
last,"-and they usually met their goal.
The members of this staff received a practical
course in journalism from the ground up. Each
member scouted the school in an attempt to round
up any school news which may have been of interest
to the public along with plenty of School gossip for
At first this didn't appear to be such a difficult
task but actual experience has taught each member
that along with enjoyment there are many responsi-
First Row Shirley Rupp Kathryn Aschliman Dora btamm Donna Klop
fenstem Doris ohnson anice Houchm Donna Belle l..eupp Phyllis
Buehrer Billy Ries Betty Nofzmger Carabelle Frey
Second Row Rosemary Beaverson Maxine l'rey Pauline Short Mary E
Litwiler Vlrvima Nafziger ieanne Etchen Nancy l'agley Valetta Sauder
Ruth Springer Mona Aeschliman Richard Schantz Sue Ellen Scales
Third Row Nlarthella Short Doris Klaudt Patricia Gibson Helen Stuckey
lVlary Ellen Rupp Mary Schmucker Doris Leatherman aney Nlurbach
Bill Scales Betty jo Rychener Carol Short Rosemary Wyse
Absent Shirley Bernath Fontabel Stuckey
The above cast consists of those stars who have won the honor of being
ranked in the first five in their classes sometime during the past year
Some of the stars heard over station WAHS have achieved fame in
sports some in music and some in various other ways
One group not heard from so frequently but which is always in there
giving their very best is the school s Honor Roll Stars. These stars get
much satisfaction out of excelling in their studies. They P8ffiCiPate in
scholarship contests instead of athletic contests, They win no letters and
their only reward is the satisfaction which comes to anyone who does his
best. They re actually a sort of combination of the Whiz Kids and a
' Brain Trust. '
Some of them will excel in the various Scholarship contests which Will
be held this spring.
Front Row Kathryn Aschllman Marne Yoder Mellna Nofzmffer udy
Back Row Dora Stamm Ceveva Yoder Anna Sprmger Dorothy Brod
beck Maxine Frey
tron who have proven to be of reat value nn thenr capaclty of school
Each perxod of each day one of these gnrls remamed rn the school
lxbrary ready and wxllmg to HSSIQI her fellow students m selectmg the rlvht
maternal ln a shortened length of tlme Thls was of Great value to all of us
and as thls year of events draws to a close we reallze that we shall mlss the
valued help of each lrbranan
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The stars of the year, pictured above, represent those of our institu-
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mont Row Larry Short Ronme Flelxtz Bllly Palmer Barbara Walters Dorls De
Croff Clara Sprmger Janeth Schantz Eloxse Purdy S 1z'1nne Grlme Brenda Pur
sell Marlene Mlller
Second Row Suan Murphy Joan France Sanora 'vhller Carolyn Mxller Janet
Sauder Pat y Grleser Romero Tre1o Bruce Werder Vee Schlatter Mary Lem
mger Marlene Lemmger Jamce Peters Shxrley Francxs Norma Burkholder Jlrr
my Rlce Leon Rupp Howard Grlme Janet Myers
Thlrd Row Garry Rupp Janet Erbscorn John Scales Cara Lou Stamm Nanc
Ruffer Shlrley Grleser Annabelle Mlller Suzan Rlnkel Sue Fankhauser Mau
reen Rupp Mary Boynton Elame Frey Joan Lovejoy Randy Wyse Joseph Bael
Top Row Mrs Lltwxller Colleen Wyse Doyle Hayes Donna Mlller Suzanne M11
ler Nell Spengler DeAnn Chrlsty Norma Flemlng Carol Jean Hausch Beryl
Grlsler D1ana Hxtt Dale Storrer Sandra Short Balbma LlSak Myrl Glsel Jo
anne Leek Rlchard Lenpp Frederlc Meh lxng Joan Hoffmon Lmda Stamrn Ro
er Corkle Dean Lemmger Mrs Bernath Mrs Frey
Most of the worlds great musxclans began then' study of m,1s1c early ln
hfe They achxeved success hecau e of hard work and a genulne deslre to excel
The old adage that a great muslclan s born a great mu nlan IS not given much
As soon as bovs and glrls enter school tramlng ln slnglng and rhythm form
an lmportant part of thexr wolk Much tlme and patlence lS requxred to teach tne
fundamental concepts of muslc to these Ilttle folks Yet by the txme they are ln
the second grade they have made wonderful progress and are capable of pre ent
mg flne and lnterestlng programs
One ff the features of the annual Elementary Program IS the
the Rhythm Band conslstlng of over slxty flrst and second grade
numbers are alwavs one of the features of the program
This organlzatlon of youthful mus1c1ans creates an mtere t m
halt of the puplls and msures a good supply of competent artlsts
places ln the varlous muslcal orgamzatlons of the school m future
musv' on the
to take then'
of these youthful stars vull assume places of prommence 1n future broadcasts owex
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themselves and thelr mstructor Mrs Race by very efficxently blendlnv these
strange sounds into concord and wmnrng the honor of be ng called great
muslcrans ometxmes rt appeared very doubtful to thenr mstruftor as to
the success she was golng to achleve but patlc nce and uxclan e won the Goal
of success The orchestra readlly ol:eyecl tlae baton and we as lxstene s
nxrously waxted for the unlor Orchestra Hour ancl were proud to kxow
lt came from the Arch H1 Broadcast 'lhe ft ture should End them assum ng
a place of prommence xn bro 'lc sts ermratxng trom tion WAFS dunno
the nefct few years
Frrst Row Mary Ellen Cautche Betty Nofzmger Nancy Cmme Dons
Leatherman Betty jo Rychener Verda hash ean Rychener Harrxet
Spenvler Mary Sue Rychener Barbara Chrlsty Mary Kunl-:le Susanne
Stuckey Co Nette Nofzmger Bobble Frey David Bednar Mrs Rice
Back Row Shnrley Bernath Nancy Faofley Arlene Klempner Patrlcna Wm
zeler Darrell Stuclcey ohn Clair W1lmerE.lcher r Billy Lovejoy Lowell
SPICSS ohnny Desboeufs Ralph Burlcholder Richard Kunlcle
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Front Row Verda E1 h Anna Rose Yedrca oan Baker Mane Yoder udy Muller Mary
ane Spengler Kathryn Aschlrman Donna Bell Short
Second Row Mrs Rice Roberta Corkle Louise Flory Donna Schmucher Dons
Schmucher Anna Sprmger Maxme Frey loan Grrme Ruth Ann Roth
Back Row Dora Stamm Lauretta Wyse Patrlcla Gibson Vlrgmla Nofznger Dorothy
Brodbeck Vlola Muller llva Cxgax Mary Ellen Gautsche
Thxs musical or anlzatlon rs composed of farthful and dlllgent hugh school singers who
strxve to meet the oal f Success ln the Arch H1 Broadcast
Durmg the past year thrs organlzatlon hx enjoyed many revrews wrth thelr Instructor
M RICE Approprxate songs were practiced for special hollclays especlally during the
Yuletlde Season Smce It seems to be a tradltlonal event for thls organlzatron to present
a farewell performance each member cente ed her efforts on malung the l946 Spring Con
cert an outstandlng broadcast of Commencement festrvxtres The success of thrs Hxt more
than repaid them for their feverlsh plans and preparatlons Thrs organlzatron wrll un
doubtedly be heard rn future broadcasts over station WAHS as the sprung concert season
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Mr Parlette on Leave at the Famous l'rench RIVICYH
The full muslc program whu h always held an Important place xn th
school curriculum became somewhat of a war Casualty Mr Don Parlette
was the last full tlme mstructor of music at VXAHS ln the summer of I942
he was lncluctecl lnto mxlltary ervlce Smce then mcsxc has existed ln the
school only on a curtalled basis
Mr Parlette was dlscharvecl from the servnce nn February aft r
spendmg four years ln the army H rctu ned to the chool to assum hrs
work as music cllrector late nn the school year He spent most of has av'x lx le
tlme ID reorgamzmg the music schedule and malung plans for f s al P
eratlons next year
All of the musxcal orvanlzatxons wmch formerly were a part Of the
musnc curnculum wxll be restored to thelr orwmal places and future broad
casts from WAHS wnll brmg many pleasant hours to all lovers of fme musxc
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.Jecond Row Betty Nofzxnger Patricia Wllmzler Carolyn Grlme Mary Sue Rychener
Mary Jane Spengler llva Gxgax Betty jo Rychener Phyllxs Buehrer ean Rychener
Mary Jane Scales Sara Loulse Short Betty Buehrer
Third Row Bob Leupp Donald Short Wayne Gnme ames Leupp Maurice Nafzlger
Ru sell Roth Richard Roth Richard Short Bllly Stuckey
FOUR H CLUB
Thus orgamzatlon conslsts of boys and
farms or ln small towns The H s stand for
servxce and health better llvmg Begun ln
slon Service of the United States Department
gxrls between the ages of I0 and Zl lnvmg on
head, clear thmkmg heart, loyalty hands
1899 the clubs are sponsored by the Exten
of Agriculture Projects range from IHISIIIY
livestock or a crop to home canning or sewing Members exhlbnt and compete for pnzes
often at County Fairs and other agricultural exhnbxts There are more than a mllllon mem
bers some rn every state rn the unxon They rendered great service rn ralsmg food during
World War ll
The Four H Club ns an orgamzatlon whxch creates a yust pride rn rural llfe and pre
pares young people on the farm and nn small vxllaves for mtellngent leadershnp m the rural
commumty of tomorrow
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LAST MINUTE REPORT OF THE BUCKEYE ALL STAR FOUR H CLUB
On the First Wednesday of December l945 srxteen boys of our school who were very
much mterestecl rn the ralsxn of cattle along wnth therr capable leaders Mr Denver
Stuckey and Mr Parker met m room I4 of our Hugh School bulldlng to discuss the estab
llshment of this worth while organlzatron
Every detaxl was dnscussed and all of the boys were very anxxous to start bulldmg thrs
or amzatron Instantly and wlth a strong f0tlIlClatl0l1 The followmg offrcers were elected
ames Luepp won the honor of bemg presldent Richard Roth Vlce Presldent Howard
Rupp Secretary and Treasurer Russell Roth Recreatlonal Leader and Maurlce Nafzxger
News Reporter Their oal for the year was to 18136 better steers and cattle carrying Wlfh
them the slogan We re the beefy type
Durmg thls year they have made several tours observxn and comparing the members
attle and obtamlng a few pomte on how each may become a better 4 H member To
brmg their progressive year to an mterestmg end they were honored by havm Ohlo s
Chlef Cattle uclge lead the last tour of the year for them
BUCKEYE ALL STARS
Flrst Row Gerald Short Marvin Storrer Dale Short Glen Short
Second Row Walter Short Howard Rupp Rrcharcl Short Bob Leupp Wayne Grlme
Third Row Donald Short ames Leupp Nlaurlce Nofzxger Russell Roth Richard Roth
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I LFIVIE NTARY GRADES
H1 h School AUdltOflUHI Archbold
Thursday February 71 8 1111 P M
Musrc umor Orchestra
Rhythm I3 and First and becond Grades
P Jllte Prl clll 1 and Gertle the Goop x play
Folk gon s drwmatlzed l'ourth Grade
The Fall of Humpty Dumpty
A Mother Goose Travesty Third Grade
P13110 Solo ack Lauber
A llttle Bit ot Holland Sixth Gr xde
This IS a one act operretta ln It the lunder
xrten chxldren help to dlsplay scenes of Hol
land with costumes color surprises actlon
Gu en under the dnrectmon of the elementiry te xch
ers Mrs Walter Mrs Bernath lVlrs Frey Mrs Llt
wnler Mrs 71mmerman Mrs Andre Mrs Spengler
M1 s Buehrer
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Donald Beck Marthella Short
Back Row Lowell Beck Donald Nofzl er Clxfforcl Schott Lols Kleck Vnr
mla Nafzl er Gary Lehman Mr Parker
ASK ME ANOTHER
Archbolcl Hzgh Sc'1ool Frlclay April 12 1946
Cast of Characters
Wnlma Shephard Office gurl
Mr Gates-Edxtor of The Herald
Mrs Snell Socxety Edrtor
Aunt Sally Cookery Expert
oyce Martm Reporter for Herald
oe Mfeher Detectrve
Eloxse Archer Soclety gurl
Mrs Hammond Wealthy Wxclow
Shorty Cass Underworld Character
Donna Belle Short
The actlon takes pla e rn the outer office of The Herald mormn
Act l 4 P M A new mystnc ns found
Ac ll 5 P M A new mystlc rs employed
Act lll 8 P M Marco flncls the Jewels
Produced wnth permxssxon of Row Peterson 8: Co
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F'1rst Row R1chard Schantz John Desboeuts R1chard Lorkle Fred Fether Ned
Lorton John Cla1r
Second Row Ph1l S1egel B1l1LoveJoy B111 R1es Ross Taylor Walter Lohse Davld
Bednar R1chard Short Roger Z1egler
fhlfd Row Benn1e Young B111 Scales B111 Walters Robert Dlmke R1chard Love
Joy Roger Taylor Donald Yoder B111 Fankhauser DlCk Purty
The Boy Scout organ1zat1on IS comparatwely new 1n th1S commun1ty Several
xears ago an attempt was made to establlsh th1s organ1zat1on here but after a short
t1me the project was abandoned About. three years ago the ldea was reuved aga1n
and th1S tlme Wlth cons1derable flnanclal backmg and moral support from the com
mumty the Scouts are now flrmly entrenched and are operatlng 1n a very eff1c1en+
Much credlt for the surcess of th1s venture goes to Lavern Fankhousel
Scoutmaster and to Don Walters and Dr Bednar the ASSlStaHt Scoutmasters They
have CaCTlf1C8Cl n1uch t1me and effort toward bulldmg th1s organ1zat1on 1HtO a per
rnanent part of our commun1ty
F1fSt Row Tommy Fankhauser Jlmmy Z1egler
Second Row B1lly Rupp Paul Yoder John Gr1me J1mmy Meyers DeRoyce Horn
1sh M3FVlH Storrer
Th1rd Row John Young Lowell SPIGSS Andy Murbach Roy Schott
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the staff listed all of the raduates by classes from l89l to l940 xnclusxve The Broadcast rs taking
up where the last column left off and rs llstln those who have raduated slnce l94O
Class of 1941
Zelma Aeschllman Rupp Fort Wayne lndrana
Rhonda Bacon Clerk Sprln Held Ohlo
Paulme Bernath Factory Work Adrian Nllchxgan
Kathleen Bruns Factory Work Archbold
Robert Dommrque Tendlng lVlason Archbold
Elon Eash Archbold
l awrence Gearl Deceased
Cele tlne Grlme Polite Archbold
V Wxllxam ones Deceased
Glen Km Factory Work Archbold
Bull Kramer Army Arr Force
Louise Kutzle Wyse Elmira Ohio
Cara Lauber Rettlg Archbold
lrene Leatherman Waitress Archbold
Gayle Leavy Clerk West Unity Ohlo
Florence Lemm er Zxegler Fayette Ohxo
Kathryn Leupp Army Nurse Augusta Georgla
W1ll1amLorton lVled1cal College Chicago lllmols
Loretta Lu bull lves Archbold
Eumce lVlahler Schlosser Waltres Archbold
lVlma lVler1llat Clerk Archbold
Dons Nagel Wlnzler Archbold
Clemma Nofzlger Bookkeeper Archbolcl
Evelyn Nofzl er Short Archbold
Helen Oyer C1v1lServ1ce Oakland Calrfornxa
Donald Nofzrger Lugbxll Bros Archbold
Wmona Roth Toledo Ohlo
Helen Rueger Home Archbold
Charles Rupp Archbold
Lucinda Rupp lVl1ller Archbold
Phyllxs Rupp Nurse Fort Wayne
Dale Qchlatter Archbold
Calvln Short Farmlng Archbold
Maurice Short U S lVlar1nes
Luther Sprln er U S Army
Shirley DPICSS Home Wauseon Ohlo
Gretchen Spoerle Nurse Archbold
Frreda Stamm Bookkeeper Archbold
Arthur Stuckey Farming Archbold
Florence Stuckey Nurse Fort Wayne lndlana
Suzette Vermer Ashford Brentwood Maryland
Louella Yedlca Plouck Clerk Archbold
Laurme Yoder Vanlerberg Wauseon Ohlo
Rachael Walter Wolf Wauseon Ohio
Class of 1942
Donald Buehrer U S Army
Theola Dlmke Office Work Archbold
Vearl Dommrque French s Place Archbold
Willard J Erbskorn Factory Work Archbold
Anna Frey Nurse Toledo Ohio
Donald Glgax Factory Work Elmlra Ohm
Rlchard Grlme Factory Work Archbold
Emrly Hmderer Office Work Wauseon Ohio
llerbert Km s ury U S Army
lVlarv1n Klopfenstem Farmrng Archbold
Dorrsl iuber Bank Archbold
Dol lVler1llat Bowling Green Ohio
P rlJaralVl1gnm Nur es Tramm Brooklyn N Y
L. IS Newhauscr Lockman Archbold
Lorene Nofzr er Factory Work Archbold
l ors Nofzl er Aeschl man WaLseon Ohxo
lV'ardellNofz1ger Home West Unity Ol1lO
Luther Remklng U S Army
Robert Reynolds U S Navy
Betty Rupp Roth Archbold
Edgar Schan School Defiance Ohro
L roy Sch oeder Factory Work Archbold
lVlelv1n Schroeder Deceased
RuthS1egel School Bowlm Green Ohro
Lowell Short Archbold
Mabel Short Factory Work Archbold
Helen Weber Office Work Archbold
Charles Wlnzeler Farming Archbold
Nlahlon Wyse Archbold
lVlarv1n Wyse Farming Archbold
Lol Be k Housework Adrlan Nllchn
Margaret Bock School Tiffin Ohlo
Dale Bruns U S Navy
Herbert Buehrer Farming Archbold
Vfesley Eash U S Army
lames Elcher Archbold
llva Flory Clerk Archbold
Helen Glgax Factory Work Elmlra Ohio
Lowell Grleser U S Army
Rus ell Harvey U S Army
Glen Heer U S Army
'Vlarzaret l-leer Bank Archbold
Otis l'l1tt Factory Work Archbold
Clarrce Layman Factory Work Archbold
Donna Lu brll Wyse Archbolcl
Dorls Lu brll Brltsch Archbold
Helen Nafzlger Rychener Archbold
lay Nofzlger Gotshall Mf Archbold
lesse Nofzm er U S Navy
loyal Nofzn er Farmmg Archbolcl
Wayne Nofzlger U S Navy
lVlary ane Oyer Buehrer Oakland Calrforma
Dale Pape Factory Work Archbold
Donald Porter U S Navv
Marjorie Roth Teacher Fayette Ohio
Harold Rupp Wauseon Ohio
luetta Rupp Nurse Toledo Ohlo
lVlxrxam Rupp Housework Hol ate Ohio
Paul Rupp U S Navy
llva Sauder Short Wauseon Ohlo
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Class of 1943 Continued
Suzanna Schlatter School Columbus Ohio
Dale Schroeder Farming Wauseon Ohxo
lVl1ldred Seller Factory Work Archbold
Herma Short Factory Work Archbold
Hubert Short U S Marrnes
Paul Short Farming Archbold
Wayne SPICSS Farmmg Archbold
Ronald Sprmger U S Marlnes
Grace Stamm Factory Work Archbold
Marllyn Swlsher Nofzlger Archbolcl
Clara Stuckev Home Archbold
Charles Wyse Archbold
Kenneth YCGICH U S Marmes
Luculle Zlmmerman Clerk Archbold
Mary .lane Seller Blosser Archbold
Class of 1944
Helen Brodbeck lactory Work Archbold
Madonna Cupp Sig Stryker Ohxo
Helen Grreser Harvey Wauseon Ohlo
Donna Grlme Factory Work Elmlra Ohxo
Fxelyn Crime Leupp Cleveland Ohlo
lsabelle Grxme Ass stant Nurse Archbold
Lcnore Frank Offlce Work Elmira Ohxo
Mabel Frrcke Home Defiance Ohlo
William Hollmg head U S Army
Zelma Frey Goshen lndlana
Hubert Dale Keafer Factory Work Wauseon
Mary Lou Kluepfel Ofhce Work Archbolcl
osephme Lauber Factory Work Archbold
Norbert l lsak U S Army
Ruth Ann Luty Factory Work Stryker Ohio
Thomas Mrgmn Railroad Archbold
llva Nafzlger Home Archbold
Lowell Nofznger U S Army
Ethel Polite Nurses Thammg Cmcmnatl Ohlo
Charles Reynolds U S Army
Betty Rice Factory Work Archbold
Bernice Roth School Defiance Ohlo
Rlchard Rupp U S Army
DOTIS Schantz Lugblll Bros Archbold
BCSSIC Schmucker Office Work Archbold
Velma Schroeder Schang Factory Work Archbold
Robert Short Archbold
Frances Vallton Office Work Toledo Ohxo
Rlchard Walter U S Army
lvan Wyse Farmlng Archbold
Lols Zlmmerman Factory Work Elmira Ohxo
Class of 1945
Ralph Aschllman l'armmg Fayette Ohlo
Mar aret Barber Ofllce Work Archbold
o Ann Booher Grand Rapxds Ohxo
Cara l..ou DeVr1es School Columbus Ohm
Mlrlam Eash Factory Work Archbold
Mary Jane Fankl'lauser Office Work Archbold
Margaret blgax Factory Work Archbold
William Heer U S Navy
Margaret Keafer Factory Work Archbold
Rose Mary Keafer Office Work Wauseon Ohxo
Robert Kramer U S Army
lone Lauber Nurses Tramlng Toledo Ohio
Robert Lohse U S Navy
Charles Lugbrll Farming Archbold
Anna Rose Nafznger Bookkeeper Archbold
Ollve Rlch School Goshen lnclxana
Rlchard Rufenacht Farmmg Archbold
Ray Rupp Farmmg Archbold
Wlllxam Rupp U S Navy
Dorls Sauder Bookkeeper Archbold
Robert Schang U S Army
Phyll1sSchlatter School Columbus Ohio
Lols Schroeder Factory Work Archbold
Gertrude Seller Factory Work Archbold
l..ou1se Short Waitress Archbold
Zelma Short Factory Work Archbold
Paulme Spen ler Office Work Elmira Ohio
Denver Stamm Farmm Archbold
Donald Stotzer U S Army
Donna Wyse Bookkeeper Archbolcl
Corrme Ziegler Clerk Archbold
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Teacher s meetmg for our old and new faculty membexs to get acquamted w1th good ol A H S
New students from Elmlra Fxanklm and other places came 1n today to reglster and become aequaxnt
ed wnth the mysterles of the bulldmg
Lveryone woke up today w1th the school bell r1n.,1ng 1n thelr mmds Wxth brlght faces everyone try
mg to find thus or that the day began and by the end of the day thlngs began to run on the old well
S1n e several of the boys went out fm baseball we naturally had some games The f1rst game was wlth
Chesterfxeld but we proved to be too much for them 11 5
The game wlth Jewell also seemed to be too mu h for our opponents that score 8 7 was rather clos
Our game w1th Stryker was to prove we can tlll XVII! at baseball 16 2
The bovs dxdn t eat thexr wheatles todax or so lt seemed Rldgevnlle won 4 1
The Sophomores dec1ded they would l1ke to have a skatxng party and as IS the usual custom they 1n
vxted the Freshmen Jumors and Semors Tn re were many who thought the 1dea super and the
R1dgev1lle floor was crowded
Today the Freshmen had ex eryone e1ther just laughlng at them or others trylng to guess who tney
were In the evenmg the Freshmen were Ju t about ready to say I g1V8 up when the Sophomores
sald We have a party .111 xealv for you They all had a very nlce txme
The Archbold boys found they had a better te tm than Chesterfleld when they played and won 12 4
The 7th and 8th graders don t llke to be left out and as a result they had an excluslve skatlng partv
Many turned out and all had a great tlme on the R1.lgev1lle rmk
Lyons had a game w1th Archbold Lyons w11n1ng 7 6
The SCDIOTS went to Toledo today to have then- p1 tu1 es taken Everyone had a good tlme and the after
noon all to themselves The plctures were all tak- n before noon
Archbold took a trlp to Favette for the Archbold Fayette baseball game Archbold won 7 2 The upuel
grades had another skatmg party thxs txme spa o ed by the Junlor class
The Freshmen returnel the Sopho non vscl ome wlth another party Everyone sa1d they had a
very good tlme
Oh rry' Good Heavens' How Horrlnle wc e heard all around the school Oh' No' there was no
acc1dent The Senlors just recexved thelr proo S On the v hole most of them were good
The Lommerclal Club held a meetm and as entertalnment they had a magx lan Donald Lea
Northwest Teachers Assoclatlon had a meetmg
The SCDIOFS whooped and yelled on the11 flrst Hay Rlde Even mf does ram we st1l llke to defv
the elements don t we Sen1ors"
Soc1al Club Dance Flrst one of the year Wlth 'nany present The Journallsm Class accompanled by
Mrs Couch VlSlt8d the Toledo Blade plant
Elect1on day Extra two m1ll levy for schools carrled The upper grades enjoyed a skatmg party at
The 7th and 8th grades had a skatmg party at Rxdgevllle
The movles Jungle Cavalcade a p1ctu1e of Frank Buck and Brmg em Back Allve was shown
The Blue Streaks went o 'wletanmra fol thexr f1rst Basketball game of the season They left Meta
mora only broken hearts because the s ore you ee was 32 to 29 1n our tavor
Thanksglvmg vacat1on started
The Harvest Dance was sponsored by the Socxzl Club The many dancers gllded across the floor to
the1r favor1te mus1c furnlshed by the Juke box
The Archbold Blue Streaks met the Fayette Eagles ln a bout and won 39 to 29 Smooth salllng so fax
Keep It up boys
The Ind1ans bowed to the Blue Streaks with a ore of 28 to 26 The old rlvals went home w1th a
l1tt1e of thelr war pamt off anvway
A skatmg party for the upper grades The c1e'1t of the evenmg Mrs Couch has taken to skatmg
Wlth a bang
Paul and Bob a bl1nd man were here to gxve a short pro ram Slllglflg and talkxng Bob showed the
school how a blmd man wrltes
Countv Teachers Meetlng at Metamora Ohlo
The K1lt1es were here Wlth a program WhlCh lehghted young and old But' Oh' Those bagplpes wefe
too much for us
Bang Bang Bangle pm day Everyone contributed each rece1vxng the1r l1ttle red cross
A Saturday game at Stryker chalked up another wln for the Blue Streaks
The Vlctorlous Blue Streaks dld It agam thls tlme at Jewell wlth a score of 26 20 Close out we sfxll
have the tltle Undefeated as yet Our oth consecutive wm
Oh' dear' I Just know I ll flunk Why do we have to take tests any way" Thls and other re
marks could be heard for today IS the day for Ex ery Purvl Tests
The Blue Streaks have struck agam Thls tlm thelr vxctlm was Fulton The score they left Fulton
wlth was 43 23
Gosh' but It s sure cold' The most frequent explesslon used on the Senlors MOOHllght Slelgh Rlde and
School closed for Chrxstmas Vacatlon The L-lue Streaks struck agam leavmg Pettlsvxlle wlth dlsap
poxnted and heavy hearts The score 41 19
Mr Norrls Andre and Mxss Esther Lee spoke thelr vows at the Lutheran Church ln Wauseon MISS Lee
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rs frfth grade teacher here We wlsh them health and happmess
Durrng Vacatlon the Blue Streaks scort .1 yet another vlctory Thrs tlme Rldgevrlle bowmg to then
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src furnrshed by the Juke nox and was sponsored by the Socral Club
Mr Clyde RICE and Mrss Esther Bock spoke thelr weddrng vows at the Reformed Church Mrss Bock rs
Englrsh and Musrc teacher We W1Sh them health and happrness throughout therr lxves
School opened after Chrzstmas xacatlon Everyone sard they had a wonderful vacatron Two of our
teachers were mlsslng Mrs Couch and Mrs Irce Mr Couch had Just arrlwed home from Germary
Mrs Fankhouser substrtuted for Mrs Rrce
The upper grades had a skatmg parm at I rdgevrlle Ex ery one enjoy ed themselves xery much
The Blue Streaks had to bow for the f1rst trme to therr opponert West Unxty 32 2b We had to lose
sometrme drdn t we"
Agaln the Blue Streaks bovx ed thrs t1'1'lP to our old rlvals The Wauseon Indrans 20 19
Today everyone looked or trred to look h s very best The reason prctures for the annual were taken
The Blue Streaks held therr own aga n thls trme defeatrng Lyons 33 7
The Blue Streaks lost Swanton defeatlng them 21 14
The excrtement of havrng somet 'IIIIU' ,lzfrercnt came today wlth Mass X Ravs taken as a preventatrve
measure agamst T B Pettlsvrlle and Elmlra came here also
Oh' how I hate these things I just know I ll flunk Here goes nothmg These remarks among
others could be heard from most every classroom Semester Exams were makrng themselves a nursance
to every student
Pettrsvrlle and Archbold came to a clash rn the P6ttlSY1ll8 gymnasrum The Blue Streaks left rather
uownhearted The Blackblrds won 29 27
Second Semester beg ns .vhrcn mean a clean slate for everyone
The Blue Streaks met Napoleon afrl cefcattd them 46 29
The Sophomores had a slergh rrde xfter drrvrng around a lot 'hey stopped at Nafzrger s Da rv and had
anvthrng they wanted Everyone had a grand trme
The Fayette Eagles sorta had therr ftathers plucked by the Blue Streaks 55 33
Chesterfreld sure couldn t stand up under the treatment of our boys the Blue Streaks won 54 12
Stryker came to the Archbold gymnaslum to return the game we played there Archbold won 38 18
Cpl Orrm Kelm returned from Japan Mrs Kerm vxas absent lor three days
The God of Our Creatron and They Shall Lrve Forever two f1lms presented to the Hlgh School by
the Moody Brble Instrtute of Chrcago Illrnors
The teachers had a supper and also a Monte Carlo Party Thrs satlsfled the gamblrng rnstmct but
they lost no money they used toy money
The Blue Streaks played Delta and Won 30 28
Archbold vs Metamora rn the f1rst evenrng of the tourney Archbold won 28 24
Archbold 27 Lyons 14
Archbold vs Fayette Archbold agarn vrctorrots 40 17
Varrety Program grven by Elementary Chrldren
Archbold vs Pettlsvrlle rn Champlonshrp game Archbold won over Pettrsvllle rn a very close game 17 16
Archbold berng the County Champrons went to Lerpsrc and battled agarnst Farmer Center Farmer
won 46 29 tThe boys forgot therr grapenuts m "
Reverend Graber a mrssronfrrv from Chma and Indra spoke to us rn our f1rst chapel program tlns se
'loday the students were all remrncled of how rmportant safety IS A lecture was grven by a reprcsfn
tatrve from the New York Central Rwrlroads
The students Wrtnessed a very rnterestm educatronal IHON19 on frve assorted toprcs
Today a few Senlor students journeyed to Wauseon to take the scholarshrp test
The Junrors lnvrted the hlgh school teachers and students to the f1rst skatmg party rn the sprrng season
The Senrors enjoyed Chlcken dmners and Lhrcken rn the ruff at Bunnys
Mr Frye a maglcran entertamed the tudents wrth a mystlfyrng program called Frye s Mvsterles
The boys are out practrclng agarn ror the sprrng baseball games
Fulton County Teachers Assoclatron meetmg at Wauseon ent1tled us to a day of partxal freedom from
the everlastrng grrnd
Croan' Sob sob' They re here agaln those every pupil tests that we would much rather make a
bonfrre wrth than take
The boys are eatrng then xx heatres eJery day so that Archbold Wlll make a good showmg now that
the track seasor IS here
The skatmg partres are strll rn full swrng everyone attendrng havrng a grand trme
Drstrrct and State Scholarshrp Tests were gn en ard a few rnte lrgent puprls attacked them
Good rrrday was welcome today as a partral holrday from school The chapel program vsas well attend
The elghth graders werent as happy today as some the tests were taken wlth an arr of Thank good
they ll soon be over
The arr was frlled wrth expectatron for the upper classmen The Jumors were gettrng ready for
the blg socral event of the year The Ju nor Senror Banquet Everyone had a won lerful trme
The Senrors presented ther onlv plav of the year It was the last performance thetf wrll awe as Scnrors
for thelr Alma Mater
The Baccalaureate Sermon was delryered to the Senror Class by Reverend Short
Commencement the excltmg rroment each Senror has long avxarted has come and .,Jne Each of them
are no 'anger students but alumm of good ol Archbold Hlgh
School closes upon another year of book learnm
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Are You Seeing Double? Twins at WAHS School SCENES
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Students Teachers Parents and Frxends ThlS year book was made
avallable to you at a reasonable prlce throu h the whole hearted co opera
tnon and Hnanclal support of the frxenclly merchants of our community They
have demonstrated their good Wlll toward our school and thelr support IS
reatly appreciated by the senlor cla s of 1946 Let s extend our patronage
and good will to them ln the same frlendly manner ln whlch they have lven
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Elmrra Ohlo Phone 2392
Ele trrc and Acetylerwe Weldrng
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B111 S I wlsh Columbus had been a Frenchman
Allan D vxnyr
B111 S I put hlm that way on my exam paper
Pat F That drxver ahead must be Mrs Couch my
John S Vthat makes you thmk so"
Pat F She seems so reluctant about lettlng me
Mr Farber Maptme what does NO stand for'
Maxlne F Just a mlnute Ive got lt rlght on the
end of my tongue
Mr Farber Well huxry up and splt lt out
Its n1tr1c acld
Nell Say Daddy what do you call a man that
drlves a car'7
Mr Spengler Well son that depends on how close
he comes to me
M Lolton We w1ll have only a half a day of
school this mormng
Freshmen Hurray' Hurray'
Mr Lorton We w1ll have the other half thls af
Dlplomacy The art of lettlng someone else have
your own way
Lorgnette A dxrty look on a stlck
Judge You flomlt you drove over th1s man wlth
a loaded truck?
hm 0 Yes your honor
Judge And vxhat have you to say ln your defense?
hm O I dldn t know lt was loaded
not pronounce the letter corxectly M
Parker trvmg to lmprove h1s speech asked
hum to repeat
Robelt gave Rlchard a rap m the ribs for
roastlng the rabblt so rare
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gave D1ck a poke 1n the s1de for not cookmg the
Europe A collectlon of countrles Wlth chlps on
Lhelr shoulders and none on the table
Marv F I I won a, prlze 1n a recent contest for
Marv Fllen R What was the pr1ze'?
Mary F I I dont know I was too bashful t0
go up and get It
Verda F MV brothers vufe just had a baby
Donna S Boy or g1rl"
Verda F I-Te dldnt say now I don t know whether
I m an aunt or an uncle
Jlm I Mv gxrl has turned agalnst me Im golng
to covrv-mt sulclde Ive nothlng to lose
Don B V! ell tlghten your belt you re losmg your
Mrs RICE I ova mu b do you charge for taklnsf ch1l
dren s photographs 'P
Photographer Flve dollars a dozen
Mrs Rlce Youll have to glve me more tlme I have
only ten nova
Parrot The only creature g1fted wlth the power of
speech that IS content to repeat Just what It hears
wlthout trylng to make a good story
DeRoyce Hormsh wandered up to a clerk m the
What s the matter Sonny? asked the man
Please s1r xx alled the chlld Have you seen a
lady vuthout a boy vt ho looks llke me'7
Functlons at the tashlonable hotels ln London
have nearly reached normal At the Plccadllly every
body drew to attentlon when the page boy called for
a Mr N6utIOSp0nSldVHhCl
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Lols Kleck Id llke for you to come over and have
dmner Wlth me
Mrs Couch Thank you but your classvuork lS al
Mononolx t A man who keeps an elbow on each arm
of h1s theatre seat
Out West baseball fans heaved a slgh of rel1ef
when one of the r less popular urnmres was called up
for mductlon by the Army Thexr lubllatlon was
short llved hovxevel when he was rcge ted The rea
son defectne v1s1on
A boy and a ZITI were walklng alone a shady
road 1n the moonllght The boy was carrvlng a large
pall on h1s back a chlcken 1n one hand a cane 1n
the other and leadmg a goat Thev strolled along
sllentlv untll they came to a large tree
T m afraxd to be walklng along here Wxth you
sa1d the glrl coylv you might trv to klss me
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these thwgs I m carI'V1n0f'P
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1n the ground t1e the goat to lt and put the chlcken
under the pall
What s your name llttle boy" asked the mlms
Rex answered the lad
And how old are you Rex
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be taken after meals'
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pavlng h1S blll when he notlced a paper dollar lymg
close to the cash1er s elbovs
Whv do you keep that dollar b1ll there" he
a ked curlously
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SENIOR F AREWELL
The sands of time have run their course The end of our allotted
time is drawing near and we must bring this Broadcast to a close Now
that the end is nigh it seems only a short time since we first entered station
WAHS for our srx year stay on the broadcast of school life We enjoyed
many pleasant days of broadcasting but we also encountered many days
filled with static interference and difficulties beyond our control We re
allze that both types have been extremely profitable for us We learned
that lrfe is not a bed of roses
Although we were the stars of the broadcast we were subordinates
in rank We learned to take orders from our directors even if at times our
our assignments seemed to be almost beyond our poor abilities to compre
hend Now that our broadcast is almost finished we shall remember it as
the happiest time of our lives
As we approach the time of our Graduation Broadcast we reallZe
that station LIFE awaits our coming We know that work in this station
is going to be far more hazardous than it was in the one from which we are
emerging This assignment IS extremely important to every one of us for
However lt is with heavy hearts that we reluctantly leave Station
WAHS which has given us six of the most interesting years of our lives
Now a final thanks to all of our sponsors directors and parents who
have made our stay at WAHS possible This is the Senior Class Of 1946
saying So long everybody
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