Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)

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THE BLUE TRE AK 19 4 8 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS ARCHBOLD HIGH SCHOOL ARCHBOLD, OHIO EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER FACULTY ADVISER RICHARD SCHANTZ VERLIN EASH RALPH LUGBILL J. H. SPENGLERIntroduction The graduating class of 1949, for the first time in the history of Archbold High School, is publishing an annual designed to give a full year of school history. The general plan was to include all events which oc- curred during the school year. This made it necessary to plan delivery of the book after the opening of the next school year, sometime during the fall. So, as the 1949 edition of the BLUE STREAK comes to you, remember you are receiving a rather complete history of the school year 1948-1949. The class of ’49 will feel well repaid for their time if the BLUE STREAK of 1949 helps all of you to recall the many happy days spent together in the Archbold Public Schools. 2Foreword Time is; time was. The years have come and the years have gone. To us, the seniors, it has brought an important milestone in our journey along life’s highway. Time has taken from us; it has also given to us. That which has been lost can always be recaptured in memory. Strange as it may seem, the things which are hard to endure are often pleasant to remember. We, the Senior Class of 1949. are happy to publish this edition of the BLUE STREAK. It is our wish to give you a general review of all of the things which were a part of our school life during the year. It is our fondest wish that familiar faces and scenes in this book will help you to recall those personal incidents and events which made your school life a pleasure. As time has brougt us to the end of our high school journey, we sadly realize that school days were “wonderful days.” Engraving.......... Fort Wayne Printing and Engraving Fort Wayne. Indiana Photography ............................ Seller’s Studio Archbold, Ohio Printing ................................... Weir Weir Fayette, Ohio 3DEDICATION WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1949, DED- ICATE THIS ANNUAL TO THE MEMORY OF OUR DEPARTED CLASSMATE, MARGIE OSBORN, WHOSE FRIENDLY SMILE AND QUIET PRESENCE WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER. 4 MISS BUEHRER The Graduating Class of 1949 wishes to honor Miss Osee Buehrer, elementary teacher, who is retiring this year after serving this community for forty-two years as a teacher of young folks. Your rest is well earned and may you receive much satisfaction from the know- ledge that you have played a prominent part in shaping the lives of many of the people of this community. 5ARCHBOLD HIGH SCHOOL OUR SCHOOL It is fifty-eight years ago this spring since the first class graduated from Archbold High School. Since then about one thousand young men and women have graduated from here. They have gone to all parts of the world in seeking their places. Some have achieved fame and fortune in their chosen fields, and this success has been the school’s success, for their achievements re- flect the part played by their school in their journey to success. The present elementary building was the only building on our campus until 1930. when the present high school building was built. In 1937 the German Township Schools and the Archbold Schools were con- solidated into the present district. A new Vocational Agricultural building was opened in 1948, and last fall bonds were voted to erect a new fourteen room elemen- tary building. Work will begin on this new building by early summer. The school has had a continuous growth and in- dications are that this growth will continue indefinitely. 6ADMINISTRATION 7BOARD OF EDUCATION George Rupp; Jacob Spengler, Supt. of Schools; Owen Rice, Clerk; Edwin Murbach, Pres.; John Leupp, Vice Pres.; Peter Rupp, Arthur Fagley The Graduating Class of 1949 wishes to pay its respects to the Board of Education of our school. As we are graduating from high school we realize that we have had the advantages of a fine school building and its excellent facilities. We do not often pause to ask who makes these things possible, but we are sincere in our ex- pression of thanks and appreciation for the fine school we have been privileged to attend. We know you have given untiring effort and unceasing devotion to the task of providing educational advantages for the youth of today which did not exist in your day. We wish to acknowledge our debt of gratitude to you and the public whom you represent. As we leave you we simply say, “Thanks a lot”. 3TtlfJTM] J. BURKHOLDER Mr. Burkholder, after serving two years as Elementary Principal, was made Principal of the high school. He teaches American His- tory and Biology. He is also Ath- letic Director and Junior High Coach. He has an A. B. and B. S. Degrees from Adrian College and an M. A. Degree from Bowling Green State University. J. H. SPENGLER Mr. Spengler succeeded Mr. Lor- ton as local Superintendent of Schools last year. Mr. Spengler graduated from the local school and was a student under both Mr. Lorton and Mr. Parker. He teaches American Problems. He has a B. S. Degree from Bowling Green State University and an M. A. Degree from the University of Michigan. Golfing, squirrel hunt- ing, fishing and football are his hobbies. R. L. LORTON Mr. Lorton, after having been Superintendent of the Archboll Schools for 27 years, resigned his position and became the Principal of the Elementary School. He has an A. B. Degree from Oberlin College and an M. A. Degree from Ohio State University. He spends his summers at Odin, Michigan where he combines vacationing with summer employment. MARY SCHMUCKER Miss Schmucker, Mary, is our keeper of the books. She is a very efficient school secretary. She graduated from Archbold High School in 1947. Her pleasant nature and her willingness to work with teachers and pupils alike make her an invaluable member of our force. She likes boating and ice skating for recreation. 9T. L. PARKER Mathematics, Public Speaking, B. I. Degree Berea, Ky.; A. B. De- gree, Ohio University; M. A. Ohio State University. DONALD J. HORNISH Industrial Arts; Baseball Coach; El Degree, Manchester College; B. S. , Ohio Northern Science, Phy. Ed.; Basketball, B. S. Dennison; Ohio University; Ohio Northern; M. A. Ohio State University. GLEN G. GALLA WAY Vocational Agriculture B. S. Ohio State University Music, Baldwin; Wallace; B. M. Ohio State University. ROBERT CONROY Physical Education, Basketball and Track. B. S. Bowling Green State University 10MARGARET MANHART Social Studies B. S. Bowling Green State University ELVA KEIM Commercial A. B. Spokane University Ohio Northern Ohio State RUHAMA TURGEON English, General Business A. B. and B. S. Bowling Green State University GAYLE BOURQUIN Librarian B. S. Bowling Green State University FLORENCE FRAAS Junior High English, Latin B. S. Wittenberg College CHARLOTTE FELSTED Home Economics Bowling Green University 11EDNA FARBER Sixth Grade Defiance College Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern HAZEL BURKHOLDER Fifth Grade Bowling Green State University Indiana University MABEL NOFZIGER Junior High Bowling Green State University MARY ZIMMERMAN Third Grade Bowling Green State University BESSIE FREY Second Grade B. A. Goshen College Bowling Green State Universiey 12fiiuum ] j j MILDRED BERNATH First Grade Bowling1 Green State University MARY ELLEN RUPP First Grade Goshen College FLORENCE WALTER Kindergarten Ypsilanti College OSSEE BUEHRER Sixth Grade Heidelberg College Defiance College Bowling Green State University MARVEL TRESSLER Music Bowling Green State University YpsilantiFACULTY SNAPSHOTS Our School Faculty in Various Places, Doing Various Things, and At Various Times 14Maintenance Pupils and teadhers make up a major part of a school. But there is another group of workers whose presence is equally important. Many hours of hard work are necessary to have everything in readiness for a new day of school each morning. A clean building is an extra incentive in attacking the day’s work. The most popular place in our school is the cafe- teria. Good food keeps us going and doing our best. We are all very appreciative of the efforts of our Culi- nary Artists and we honestly and truthfully feel that there are none better. The bus drivers have the thankless task of trans- porting several hundred pupils to and from school in all kinds of weather. The problems encountered by these men are beyond all imagination in scope and number. The combined efforts of these groups play an ex- ceedingly important part in the daily routine of our school. Thanks to all of you for the part you played in our years at Archbold High School. 15Cooks Janitors Ella Beck, Mary Grime, Christine Grime Earl Bourquin, Art Taylor Bus Drivers Art Liechty, Earl Bourquin, Garfield Gigax, Wilmer Rupp, Orville Rueger Walter Breniser, Harold Fleming 16SENIORS 17Senior Class Officers ARTHUR KLECK Basketball. Baseball; Track; “A” Associa- tion; President of Student Council; Senior Class President; “The Big Blow Up”; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire” Winner of County Prince of Peace Contest; Mixed Chorus; Boys' Glee; Honor Roll; Basketball Captain; Senior Scholarship Tests; “Choose neither a woman nor linen by candlelight.” BARBARA WERDER “Barb” Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; Sec.-Treas. 1; Vice Pres. 4; Social Club; Band; Clarinet quartet; Social Club Treas. 4; Archette Staff ; County Festival; Attendant to theQueen; Honor Roll; “Fresh Air”; “The Big Blow Up”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. “Just a little Ray of Sunshine, that’s me. SUE ELLEN SCALES Valedictorian; Social Club; Sec.- Treas. of Student Council; Band; Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club: Sec.- Treas. 4; General and Sr. Schol- arship Tests; Honor Roll; County Festival; Double Quartet; “The Big Blow Up”; “Fresh Air; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. Lab. Assistant. “Nature I loved and next to nature art. " n 18Seniors IUCHARD BERNATH — “Dick” F.F.A. Secretary; F.F.A. Reporter; Baseball Basketball; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; "Fresh Air”; Parliamentary Procedure Con- test; Noon Games; Honor Roll; 4 H. “I am looking forward to the day when fish will be educated.” SHIRLEY BERNATH Band; Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; Social Club Honor Roll; Flute Trio; County Music Fes- tival; “Fresh Air”; “Professor Goes Hay- wire”; “The Big Blow-Up”. GLEN R. BURKHOLDER Future Farmer of America; Track; Band: Basketball. JACQUELYN BRODBECK — “Jackie” . . Sec. of Social Club; Grade School Assistant Librarian; Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; County Festival; Archette Staff; “I love my faith- ful teachers, they are good as gold to me, I’m sad to think that all too soon they will become a cherished memory. VERLIN EASH Brass Ensemble; Sousaphone Solo; Boys’ Glee Club; Boys’ Quartet; Mixed Octet; Band Chorus; County Festival; Honor Roll; Prince of Peace Contest; Asst. Editor of Annual; “Fresh Air”; “The Big Blow Up”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. BILL FANKHAUSER — “Funky” Basketball; Track; A Association; Ping Pong Champ; Band; Brass Ensemble; Cho- rus; Glee Club; Quartet; Octet; Honor Roll; Freshman President; County Festival; "Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire” “All ‘bills’ are nice, especially 5 and 10 dollar bills”. 19SENIORS CHARLES GAUTSCHE F.F.A. President; Track; Ag. Scholarship; Senior Scholarship; Honor Roll; Noon Games; Parlimentary Procedure Team; Livestock Judging- Team; F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest; F.F.A. Honor Roll. HAROLD W. FLORY — “Flipper” Boys’ Glee; Mixed Chorus; County Festival; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire” F. FREDRICK FETHER — “Fritz” Brass Ensemble; Band; County Spring Fes- tival; “Fresh Air”; “The Big Blow-Up”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; Archette Ftaff. ESTHER FLEMING — “Blondie” Band; Chorus; Glee Club; Social Club; Archette Staff; Noon Games; County Fes- tival; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; Honor Roll; Attendant to Queen; Prince of Peace Speech. “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” VERLEEN GRIESER — “Beanie” Chorus; Glee; County Festival; Archette Staff; Social Club; Librarian; "The Profess- or Goes Haywire”. "Flirt and the world flirts with you.” HELEN GRIESER Archette Staff; Glee Club; Chorus. “The Professor Goes Haywire”. 201 1 .1 J J .1 .1 J J J J J J J J 1 1 .1 .1 1 1 SENIORS PATJLNIE KLOPFENSTEIN Archette Staff; Librarian; Cafeteria aid. Of manners gentle; of affection, mild. VELDA LEDYARD Mixed Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; Arohette Staff; Librarian; Aid in Cafeteria; “The Pro fessor Goes Haywire”. “A smile goes a long, long way.” DALE EDWARD QUILLET Noon Captain 1; A-Association; F.F.A. Vice Pres. 3; F.F.A. Treas. 4; Archette Staff; Baseball; Basketball; Parliamentary Pro- cedure; Livestock Judging. RICHARD L. RIEGSECKER — “Ricky" Boys’ Glee Club; Mixed Chorus; Basketball; County Festival; Honor Roll; Track; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. “Good fellows are scarce. Better take care of me.” RALPH LUGBILL Basketball; Band; Track; Honor Roll; Vice President 2; Student Council; Business Mm ager of Annual; Prince of Peace Contest: Noon Game Captain 3; County Music Fes- tival; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; “After the event even the fool is wise.” MERLIN SAMUEL OYER — “Sam" F.F.A. Treasurer; F.F.A. Vice President; Track; Basketball; Baseball; Archette Ed- itor -in -chief; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; Parliamentary Procedure; Livestock Judging. 21Seniors LEROY RUPP — “Roy” F.F.A.; Noon Games. “I wonder what fool it was that first invented kissing.” LEON RUPP F.F.A. Noon Games. VIRGINIA RUFENACHT — “Ginny” Chorus, Girls’ Glee Club; Archette Staff; School Librarian, County Festival. “Smile and the world smiles with you.” HOWARD RUPP Band; F.F.A.; F.F.A. Parlimentary Proce- dure Contest; F.F.A. Honor Roll; 4-H; Basketball Manager; "Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. “A” Association. "Small but mighty!” RUTH RYCHENER Honor Roll; "Professor Goes Haywire"; "Contented with little and cheerful with more.” VALETTA SAUDER Librarian; Archette Staff; Chorus; Girls' Glee; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; Typ- ing Contest; Honor Roll. “What’s worth while doing, is worth while doing right.” 22Seniors WELDON J. SCHANG — “Art” Basketball; Baseball; Archette Staff; A- Assoeiation; Noon Games. RICHARD SCHANTZ Senior and General Scholarship; Basketball; Track; Honor Roll; Editor of Annual; Band Student Council; A-Association “The Pro- fessor Goes Haywire”. CHARLENE SHORT — Chuckie Band; Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; Pres, of Social Club 4; Archette Staff; County Fes- tival; Clarinet Quartet; Noon Games; “Fresh Air”; “The Professor Goes Haywire” “Good things are put up in small packages.” DONALD SHORT — “Don” F.F.A.; A-Association; Chorus; Boys’ Glee Club; Track; Agriculture Scholarship Test; 4-H Secretary Treasurer; 4-H Vice Presi- dent; “Professor Goes Haywire”; Parlimen- tary Procedure Contest; Noon Games; Spring Festival; Competition Chorus; Com- petition Glee; Honor Roll; F.F.A. Honor Roll. PHILIP SIEGEL — “Phil” Band; Chorus; Boys’ Glee Club; Basketball; County Festival; Noon Games; “The Pro- fessor Goes Haywire”. WALTER SHORT F.F.A.; Archette Staff; Noon Games. “I never do for myself what someone else will do for me.” 23Seniors HARRY THOMAS SPRADLIN — “Tommy” Baseball Track; Noon Games Captain; “The Professor Goes Haywire”. “Wouldn’t that make a preacher cuss?” RUTH SPRINGER — “Rick” Band; Chorus and Glee Club; General Scholarship Tests; “The Big Blow Up”; "The Professor Goes Haywire”; Secretary and Treasurer 3; Social Club; Clarinet Quar tet; Librarian; Clarinet Solo Audition; Hon- or Roll; County Festival; Attendant to the Queen; Noon Games; Typing Contest; Arch ette Staff. EUGENE WAVE SHORT — “Gene” F.F.A.; Basketball; Baseball. “There were greater men than I, but I doubt it”. JEANETTE JOSEPHINE SHORT — “Jenny” Girls’ Glee Club; Chorus; “The Professor Goes Haywire”; County Festival. “Not bash ful - but!” FONTABEL STUCKEY Band; Chorus; Girls’ Glee Club; County Festival; Flute Trio; Honor Roll; Typing Contest; Noon Games; “Fresh Ai%”, “The Professor Goes Haywire”. BETTY JOAN STORRER Cheerleader; Pres. 1; Sec. 2; Vice Pres. 3; Girls’ Glee Club; Chorus; Band: Social Club Typing Contest; Archette Staff; ' Social Club Reporter; Honor Roll; Hallowe’en Queen of 1948; “The Professor Goes Hay- wire”; “Fresh Air”; Clarinet Quartet. “Shake hands with a GENE’ius!” 24SENIORS J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J ) 1 1 1 JOHN TWISS Glee Club; Chorus; “The Big Blow Up"; “The Professor Goes Haywire"; Archette Staff; Spring Festival. LOIS TRAUT — “Slim" Cheerleader; Band; Chorus; Glee Club; Hon or Roll; “Fresh Air"; “Professor Goes Hay- wire"; Sports Captain -2 -3 -4 ; County Festival; Social Club. MARJORIE WAIDELJCH — “Marj" Archette Staff; Librarian; Honor Roll; Senior Scholarship; Grade School Aid. “A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." DORIS WYSE Chorus; Glee Club; Archette Staff; Noon Games; Honor Roll; County Festival. JOHN ZIMMERMAN Senior Scholarship; “Professor Goes Hay- wire"; Honor Roll. “If silence were golden I would be a pauper”. 25SENIOR SNAPSHOTS 26 1949 Seniors Believe It Or NotSenior Class History SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In the year 1937, there were 38 meek, timid little tots who entered Archbold Public School for the first time. In the second and third grades we were still dar- ling little tots. Much to our surprise in the fourth grade we lost five and gained four pupils, namely, Shirley Bemath, Ruth Springer, Ralph Lugbill and Franky Hernandez. In the fifth grade we gained Marjorie Waidelich and Fon- tabel Stuckey. In the sixth grade we lost three students and gained one, namely, Sue Ellen Soles. Then came a long trip to the high school building. In the seventh and eighth grades there were thir- ty-eight students. In our Freshman year there were seven from Zone and five from Elmira, plus three others from various schools. September 28, 1946, fifty-three pupils were in- itiated into A. H. S. Our Junior year was an exciting year; we all looked forward to the Junior and Senior Banquet. Pick- ing out our class rings and pins that would bind us to the A. H. S. forever was thrilling for us. Then came the Junior play, FRESH AIR, which made everyone laugh till their sides hurt. At last the year came when we were Seniors. On December tenth we received our long awaited pictures taken by JimSellers. Our last play, “THE PROFESSOR GOES HAYWIRE,” was given May 5 and 6. On May 17, we were ushered into commencement —finally receiving our diplomos. With mixed feelings we leave this institution, only hoping that the classes to come will enjoy it as much as we have. We now have confidence to face the many obstacles which will confront us. 27Class Obituary In the month of September, of the year 1937, a class was born without fanfare or recognition. It started its life, which was soon to be known the world around for its remarkable achievements. Then, on May 17, 1949, it happened. When this class had obtained the highest position yet achieved by a senior class, it started out to set new records in fields no other class had ever dared to attempt, but was cut short with its death. Left to mourn is the Junior class, the Sophomore class, and the Freshman class. The first class mentioned will succeed the late Senior class but will in no way be expected to fill the position achieved by the late Seniors. When the first grade class of 1937 was born they were yet fairly undeveloped but as this class grew and grew it advanced higher and higher in this big, wide world. Not only did it grow in size, but also in the realm of wisdom and social ability. It seems that the Senior Class of 1949 could be unsurpassed in athletic, musical and educational abilities. Although they died from this activity, yet may they live forever in the memories and the purifying in- fluences that are left behind to the future Seniors of Archbold High School. The funeral service was held on May 17, 1949, in the Archbold High School, where they had spent the last six years of their life. Attendance at the service was by invitation only and all friends were requested to attend, bearing flowers, and gifts. 28Last 'Will and Testament We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and forty-nine, being sound of mind and body, leave the following will upon our departure from this life at Archbold High School. Article I We leave to the faculty a bottle of dye to camouflage the gray hair we have given them. Article II To the Archbold High School Band we leave sixteen empty chairs, to be filled as Mr. Mayer sees fit. Article III We leave to the Cooks our heart (and stomach) felt thanks for the delicious meals they have served. Article IV We leave to the Junior Class our ability to put more money in the treasury than we take out. Article V We leave to the Sophomore Class our good looks and intelligence. Article VI We leave to the Freshman Class our dignity. Article VII To the Seventh and eighth graders we leave our good manners; may they use them at every opportunity. I, Richard Bernath. will my dark, curly hair to Mr. Galloway. I, Jacquelyn Brodbeck, will my singing ability to Phyliis Buehrer. I, William Fankhauser, will my place on the varsity bench to Ben Young. I, Harold Flory, will my physique to Eddie Lauber. I, Esther Fleming, will my blond hair to Hattie Clingaman; provided she keeps it clean. I, Velda Ledyard, will my slimness to Shirley Gaddis. I, Richard Riegsecker, will my happy disposition to Miss Manhart. I, Virginia Rufenacht, will my musical giggle to Harriet Spengler. I, Arthur Kleck, will my stubborn hair to Mr. Burkholder. I, Helen Grieser, will my curly hair to Cara Belle Frey. I, Ruth Rychener, will my ambition to Mary Sue Rychener. I, Charlene Short, will my unlaughable jokes to Barbara Christy. I, Eugene Short, will my quietness to Janey Murl ach. I, Jeanette Short, will my appeal for the opposite sex to Charlotte Hausch. I, Philip Siegel, will my ability to dance romantic illy to Joan Burkholder. I, Fontabel Stuckey, will my long skirts to Doris Leatherman. I, Lois Traut, will my athletic ability to Ben Young so he won’t have to sit on the bench. I, Marjorie Waidelich, will my freckles to Virgil khroeder, if he needs them. I, John Zimmer..ian, will my intelligence to anyone who wants it. I, Sue Ellen Scales, will my paint brush to Nancy Kernig. I, Charles Gautsche, will my leadership in F.F.A. to Arden Grime. I, Ruth Springer, will my ability to study in study hall to Doris Gunden. I, Verleen Grieser, will my brainstorms to Mrs. Turgeon. I, Richard Schantz, will my intellectual ability to Verdeen Aeschliman. I, Doris Wyse, will my size four shoes to Jane Scales. I, Valetta Sauder, will my little ears to Mr. Parker. I, Ralph Lugbill, will my hidden talent to anyone who can find it. I, Glen Burkholder, will my bashful smile to Ned Lorton. I. Leroy Rupp, will my blushing ability to Marvin Nafzinger. I, Verlin Eash, will my bass playing ability to Dee DeGroff. I, Betty Storrer, will my sparkling brown eyes to Geneva Gautsche. I, Pauline Klopfenstein, will my English ability to the Junior Class. I, Dale Quillet, will my catching ability to Mr. Hornish’s team. I, Fred Fether, will my crutches to John Dean Wyse. I, Shirley Bernath will my ability to get to school on time to Nancy Fagley. I, Donald Short, will my ability in track to Duane Stamm. I, Walter Short, will my bashfulness to Orville Grieser. I, Leon Rupp, will my height to any body who wants to be a paperhanger or painter. I, Howard Rupp, will my cuteness to Theo Gaddis. I, Sam Oyer, will my magnificent muscles to Walter Short. I, Tom Spradlin, will my Southern accent to Eunice Traut. I. John Twiss, will my grades in English to anybody who wants to take sophomore English Three years. I, Barbara Werder, will my contrariness to Betty Nofzinger. I, Weldon Schang, will my collection of telephone numbers to Lowell. Spiess. 29CLASS PROPHECY Yesterday, May 17, 1974, the high school graduating class of 1949 met in the high school cafeteria. There we were served a scrumptuous meal prepared by Ella Beck, who is still chief cook and manager of the high school cafeteria. Ella looks older now than she did twenty-five years ago, but her cooking is still of the same champion- ship calibre. As we looked over this group of 49ers, we noticed that some of them had abundant amounts of gray hair, whereas others had almost no hair at all. We really made a sophisticated looking picture. After we finished the meal, we sat and talked of the things that we all seemed to hold as the high points in our lives, our high school days. Then Mr. Spengler, our very well-liked class advisor and our banquet toast- master, asked us if we would like to hear each member of the class give a brief summary of his life since he had graduated from A.H.S. We all agreed wholeheartedly that this was an excellent idea. Here are some of the things that were related to us. Dick Bemath, our first speaker of the 49ers, seems to have a very strange problem. Dick has become a very successful dairy farmer and has compiled quite a fortune. His problem is, how can he will each of his sons a million dollars when he has only two million dollars and three sons. He is thinking about consulting Einstein for the solution. Shirley Bernath seemed to be quite successful in her line or business. She is the head of the General Motors office in Detroit. She has twenty girls to tell what to do. She seemed to be enjoying herself. Jackie Brodbeck told us she is now working out in Hollywood. She is one the famous star’s favorite hair dressers. She had been working in Toledo until M.G.M. hired her. She says she is very happy, but did anyone ever see Jackie when she wasn’t happy? Glen Burkholder was the next eager speaker to take the floor. Glen has become a very successful farmer and he is thinking seriously of retiring to let his seven sons farm his land. Glen plans to raise racoon dogs for a pastime. Then there was complete silence, a very cultured looking gentleman got up to address our class. You guessed it; the gentleman was Verlin Eash. Verlin, well known the world over as Irving Berlin 11, has written 103 songs that have become popular. Later in the evening Verlin told us that he made the most important decision of his life when he chose between pole climbing and song writing. The next person to address his classmates was Bill Fankhauser. Bill found it difficult to start talking be- cause his sides were shaking with laughter from a joke that Ralph had told him. Bill, a nationally known drafts- man, has recently drawn plans for what is to be the largest and most modem building in New York City. Bill said his weakness is the same as always, beautiful women!!! Fred Fethers, a very prominent man in the field of Industrial Arts, was called upon next. Fred is now head of the Industrial Arts department at Ohio State University. Fred really enjoys life and he has invited Ralph Lug- bill down to his home in Columbus for a week next summer. Fred says that he wants to catch up on the latest jokes and Ralph seems to know a lot of them. Esther Fleming relayed to us that she is now running a beauty salon in Toledo with a staff of 20 girls under her. This salon is strictly for the upper crust. She is still the old maid which she predicted she would be. Then the air rang with a series of chuckles as Harold Flory got up to talk. Harold said that he would tell a funny story had the meeting been scheduled to last a week, but he feared that time would run out on him if he would try to tell a story at this one-day meeting. Harold has become manager of the largest grocery store in Chicago. Chuck Gautshe was the next of the male speakers to address his classmates. Chuck has become the C.S.F.O. (Champion Scientific Farmer of Ohio). Since Chuck has become so proficient in his chosen profession, he has had a big influence in making the Ohio farm system progress. Helen Grieser has just recently returned from China with her husband and their two children. They have been doing social work there and expect to return in the near future. Pauline Klopfenstein married a successful farmer and they have a home on a 120 acre farm and she seems to be very happy with her husband and four children. Velda Ledyard relayed to us that she is now a full fledged bookkeeper. She is keeping books for her hus- band and it seems that they have all profit, and it is no mistake on the part of the bookkeeper. Then a very handsome and dignified gray haired man got up to address his classmates. That’s right; it was Ralph Lugbill. Ralph, a very clean cut sort of individual, has become a very successful and a very well liked businessman. He has been the president or the Livestock Dealers Association for the last ten years. Ralph said that he had attained his life’s ambition when he made Verlin Eash laugh at one of his jokes. Sam Oyer, chief mechanic in Ford’s Detroit factory, was next to reveal his success. Sam acquired this job last year after having run his own private machine shop for ten years. For a hobby Sam is collecting old cars, and he now has quite a collection. Then Dale Quillet, a youthful looking fellow, rose to tell about himself. Dale has turned down several pro- fessional baseball offers to go into his chosen profession, dairy farming. He has a herd of 200 registered Guernsey cattle that have taken three national dairy show prizes thus far. Virginia Rufenacht told us her husband had been elected Mayor of Pettisville in the last November election. Besides being the “First Lady of Pettisville’’, she has fulfilled her lifetime ambition by running a hostess house. Howard Rupp, one time of our basketball team, was next to be heard. Back in his high school days Howard was commonly known as "Minnie’’ because of his small stature, but behold, Howard has suddenly taken root and has grown to be 6’1“. He is a carpenter by trade, and, I might add, a very good one. Dick Reigsecker, President of the National Truckers Association, was the next jolly speaker to blow off steam. Dick hasn’t changed a bit. He has more good jokes than Carter has pills. Dick is fast becoming known as the world’s top humorist. In spite of his popularity as ahumorist, Dick still feels happiest when he is driving a truck. Leon Rupp, still a rather quiet individual, was next to talk of his accomplishments. Leon is quite proud of his well-kept hundred acre farm north of Archbold. He has a very happy and contented family and he is very much devoted to them. Leroy Rupp, a clerk in a large furniture store in Toledo, spoke to his classmates. After graduating from high school. Leroy farmed for a few years, but finally settled down as a clerk in a furniture store. He is a very energetic person and is quite concerned about his family’s happiness Ruth Rychener has long since become a graduate nurse and is now a medical missionary in Africa. She has been very successful in all things. 30CLASS PROPHECY Continued Valetta Sauder is well known about Archbold as one of the best accountants. Ever since graduation she has been trying to build her education in bookkeeping and has been very successful. We all knew that if she wants something she will get it. Sue Scales, o r “Brain", flew down to Archbold from her estate in Alaska in her private plane and is going on to her other estate in Bermuda. By the way, her occupation is commercial advertising and chasing the men from her doorstep. Weldon Schang, (he next person to speak, seems to have changed quite a bit. He seems to have taken a more serious slant on life and is doing quite well for himself. Yveidon still likes to have a good time with the fellows, and has become well known as an expert ra lio and television repairman. Then Dick Schantz, an outstanding businessman, addressed his classmates. Dick, always reliable, has made some remarkable contributions to the business world. His exceptionally pleasing personality and his good judg- ment have helped him to gain the title of B.B.M.A. (Best Businessman of America). Dick has many triends and really gets a kick out of life. Charlene Short told us she had succeeded in her ambitions of becoming a beautician and a wife. First she worked for Madame Esther, as a hair dresser, for three months and then she quit to get married. Now she "Bobs” all her children’s hair. Then Don Short was called upon to speak. Don has become a very successful farmer and has become well- known for his highly productive acres west of Archbold. He has done quite a bit of agricultural experimenting and has increased his production and prestige by doing so. Then a peculiar, but familiar laugh rent the air as Gene Short rose. Gene, a noted poultryman in Fulton County, seems to be doing quite well in his chosen profession and has amassed a neat fortune. Gene’s favorite hobby is eating. Jeanette Short, with her ambition to do nothing at all, has not succeeded for she has to keep house for her husband but she seems quite content. The next of the ’49ers to speak was Walter Short. Walter, rather shy in his speech, but enthusiastic in his profession, farming, has purchased two 80 acre farms within the last two years. Walter has a splendid family of six and he takes great pride in making them haapy. The next to sound off was Phil Siegel, once a prominent girl-chaser. He no longer has to chase girls; he is manager of a fifty-girl office force in a General Motors plant. He is very happy in this position and spends almost all of his time winking at the typists. Tom Spradlin the guy with the catching personality, was the next gentleman to take the floor. Tom a scream in a clown suit, has done quite a bit of professional clowning tor several big league baseball teams. Tom picks up a neat $10,000 per year doing this and he enjoys it immensely. Ruth Springer, our most fickle minded girl, has become a successful marriage counselor in Columbus. Though no one ever thought she would make up her mind, she finally did marry and is making a huge success of it too!!! After graduation Betty Storrer started nurses training but went for five weeks and quit to get married. Her son turned out to be quite a “genius’’. Fontabel Stuckey is now the head nurse of the “MARGIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL” here in Archbold. She also is married and her eldest son Don, Jr. is studying tobe a doctor. Lois Traut, our mist athletic girl, was making good money playing with an all girls’ basketball team. She was their doctor in case of injury. As I said before, she was, until Ben finally graduated from college, then they got married. Now she is living on a farm while he runs the Elmira Elevator. Then John Twiss, owner of the Paramount Theater in Toledo, spoke to us. John, a sharp businessman, pur- chased the theater in 1970 and is now one of the richest men of Toledo. John likes nice automobiles and has’eight new ones parked in his garage at all times, one foe each week day and two for Sunday. Marjorie Waidelich was working in the bank up town for some time until Chuck became so successful he needed some one to balance his books. So she married the guy and seems very happy with her wealth. Barbara V’erder, our iirst engaged and married girl, and our first mother in the class, is living on the Rupp farm. She has quite a bit of help in feeding the chickens as she has two pair of twins. Doris Wvse and her husband returned the same lime as Helen G. from China. They have been doing social work together. She has three children. The oldest is studying to be a minister. John Zimmerman, manager of the A P chain stores of Ohio was the next healthy looking 49er to speak. John, always a good sport, received loud applause when he admitted that his greatest weakness is women. Though he is forty-three, he has never had a date with a woman. He is thinking seriously of asking a Fulton County farmer whether he can take his twice-married daughter to a movie next week. Art Kleck informed us that he had been pitching for the New York Yankees up until last year, but had to retire because of his age. He is now ba k in Archbold ruining his dad’s restaurant. As for Beanie Grieser. she hasn’t been doing much work as she has been traveling around the country and after each trip she goes about to different schools and tells her experiences. ARTHUR KLECK VERLEEN GRIESER 31Senior Play “THE PROFESSOR GOES HAYWIRE” May 5 and 6, 1949 CHARACTERS Thursday Night Friday Night Scott Bunting . a young professor Bill Fankhauser Art Kleck Lucinda . his stern aunt Lois Traut Ruth Springer Katie . his gentle aunt Betty Storrer Barbara Werder Froggy . . his pal Verlin Eash Ralph Lugbill Taffy . . the terrible Shirley Bernath Fontabel Stuckey Dean Farrell . . her father Dick Bernath Dick Schantz Ellice . the charmer Marjorie Waidelich Esther Fleming Abby . . a silly miss Helen Grieser Verleen Grieser Russ . . a student John Twiss Dick Riegsecker Warren a college photographer Philip Siegel Sam Oyer Jo . a city reporter Velda Ledyard Ruth Rychener Hannigan a city photographer Don Short Dale Quillet Socko . . a boxer John Zimmerman Harold Flory Jennie . . the maid Charlene Short Charlene Short Mrs. O’Brien a visitor Valetta Sauder Sue Scales Calvin Western Union “boy” Howard Rupp Tom Spradlin Millie . a cheerleader Jeanette Short Jeanette Short Tom . a student Fred Fether Fred Fether 32SENIOR TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D. C ’ SfFFPrtZM' 1 fJm Scenes from a wonderful trip to Washington, D. C. by the senior class of 1949. Who of the group will ever forget the many thrilling incidents which arose during the trip? The wild ride to Deshler. “I’m feeling faint; ’ the beautiful train, the Columbian; the Strataliner; Breakfast on the train; the first glimpse of the nation s capi- tal; the many wonders beheld in Washington; the Annapolis Hotel; the Washington-St. Louis baseball girr.e: the moonlight cruise on the Potomac River; Mount Vernon; Dinner at the George Mason Hotel in Alexandria; sleeping on the train; getting, oh so tired; the long trip home; and finally, the grand feeling of getting back home safe and sound. The class of 1949 feels that the trip was very much worth while and worth much more than the actual cost in money. It was a trip which they will never forget. 33BACCALAUREATE SERVICES Sunday Evening, May 15, at Eight O’clock Musical Prelude ................... Joyce Burkholder Processional ...................... Graduating Class “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring”.................... Bach High School Mixed Chorus Invocation ........................ Rtv. Jesse Short Pastor Central Mennonite Church Music ...................... High School Male Quartet “Blessed Is He That Readeth” Scripture Reading.................. Rev. Jesse Short “Holy. Holy, Holy” ............................ Glinka High School Mixed Chorus Baccalaureate Sermon .............. Rev. Wyse Graber Pastor, Lockport Mennonite Church Hymn ............................ Chorus and Audience “Come Thou Almighty King” Benediction ....................... Rev. Jesse Short Recessional ....................... Audience Seated COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, AT EIGHT O’CLOCK Musical Prelude .................. High School Band Donald Mayer, Director Processional ..................... Graduating Class Music ............................ National Anthem Band and Audience Invocation ..................... Rev. T. F. Amstutz Pastor, Missionary Church, Archbold Music ....... “Intermezzo” ..... Saxaphone Quartet Commencement Address .... Prof. Joseph L. Tucker, Jr. International College, Fort Wayne, Indiana Trumpet Duet ........... Donald Stamm, Roger Taylor Presentation of Diplomas ....... Board of Education “Farewell to Thee” .................... Senior Class Benediction ......................... Rev. Amstutz 341 1 1JUNIORS f Charlotte Hausdh John Clair Shirley Dennis Ben Young Phyllis Buohrer Robert Burkholder Doris Leatherman James Quillet Clare Grime Ruth Hayes Orville Grieser Richard Short Roger Ebersole Claudine Nofzinger Virgil Waidelich Maynard Sauder Bill Stuckey 11 Tanner Duane Stamm Howard Stahl Shirley Klempner Richard Winzeler Junior Grime Betty Jo Rychener Arlene Klempner Harley Burkholder Bill Walters Robert Leupp Nancy Fagley Robert Nofzinger Donna Belle Leupp Eunice Traut David Bednar Verdene Aeschliman Clare Grime Anna Rose Schmucker Wilson Wyse Nancy Crossgrove Joan Burkholder Junior Eicher Donald Wyse Wayne Nofzinger I I L L [ 36SOPHOMORES Dorothy Beck Carlos Bernath Larry Bourquin Joyce Burkholder Rita Burkholder Gwendolyn Croninger Jim Schultz Bill Scales Tom Fleming Cara Belle Frey Shirley Gaddis Lewis Hass Carolyn Gautache Carol Short Herbert Short Helen Eicher Rosemary Wyse Roger Ziegler Donald Sieler Myrtle Nofzinger Lowell Miller Marlin Wyse Elmer Miller Delphine Kennel Marilyn Rufenacht Junior Roth Virgil Schroeder Marcella Stuckey Merle Wyse Annabelle Grieser Junior Oyer Nancy Grime Nancy Kemig Bill Ries Evelyn Wyse Arden Grime Walter Short Valetta Wyse Pauline Yedica Jean Rychener Roseanna Riegsecker David Sieler Dale Leu Dick Short Marvin Nafziger Carol Quillet James Johnson Leroy Dominique Bill Love joy Ross Taylor L. D. Nafziger Betty Nofzinger Dick Palmer Ned Lorton Jane Murbach 37FRESHMEN John Springer Velma Rupp Jack Lauber Elaine Kernig Glendon Schantz Harriet Spengler Arlene Riegsecker Marlin Riegsecker Carol Jean Schmucker Lowell Spiess Mary Sue Rychener Dick Miller Dick Grime Hattie Lou Clingaman Harold Buerge Donna Graber Robert Gigax Doris Fleming Murel Miller Bruce Gigax Marjorie Grime Ralph Burkholder Caroline Grime Sally Scales John Dean Wyse Patty Winzeler Jim Myers Mary Ellen Lauber John Young Billy Short Ann Riedell Darrell Stuckey Conna Graber Arnold Leininger Shirley Lookout Joan Gigax George Wagner Dale Klopfenstein Eileen Burkholder Marvin Storrer Rollin Hayes Gerald Short Florence King Lyle Lauber Marlin Short Denver Wyse Gene Bernath Marlene Burkholder Theo Gaddis Donald Rufenacht James Rupp Herbert Wyse Jimmy Ziegler Dale Schang John Beaverson 38GRADE EIGHT Sara Louise Short Tom Lauber Barbara Christy Lucille Miller Shirley Yedica Bill Rupp Mary Jane Scales Dee DeGroff Eleanor Stuckey Donald Kleck Jeanine Farber Tom Fankhauser Virginia Sauder Louis Brock Buetta Wyse Geneva Gautsche Roger Nofziger Richard Miller James Stuckey Sally Palmer Doris Gunden Nancy Short Annabelle Stuckey DeRoyce Homish Larry Dominique Roger Short Charlotte Eicher Paul Yoder Joan Grime Dale Short Joan Leupp Bardara Nofziger Alice Mary Roth Rollin Beck 39GRADE SEVEN Kenneth Fankhauser Mabel Miller Elaine Grieser Andy Murbach Jimmy Buehrer Charles Riegsecker Roy Schott Susanne Stuckey Barbara Rich Robert Roth Ruth Ann Terrell Donna Ruffer Gene Wailelich Paul Stuckey Mary Kunkle Jr. Gautsche Robert Miller Roger Schantz William Kemig Jerry Grime Keith Short Marlene Rychener Gene Rupp Carolyn Greiser Charles Hausch Absent David Sauder L I I I L I [ [ [ [ [ 40HIGH SCHOOL SNAPS SNAPS AND SCENES FROM LIFE AT ARCHBOLD HIGH SCHOOL 41Elementary Grades Youth must be recognized! In a few short years you boys and girls of the elementary school will be the students in our high school. We are enjoying our place in the sun this year. Next year another class moves in; soon your turn will come. You’ve been fine specta- tors, but soon on the court, the diamond, the stage and in the classroom you will be playing the leading roles, and the spotlight will be centered on you as you enjoy your turn at the top. The graduates of 1949 extend their best wishes to all of you boys and girls, the fu- ture pupils of Archbold High School. 43 GRADE SIX 44 Stanley Buehrer Philip Buehrer Janice Leupp JoAnn Brodbeck John Troeger Helen Schultz Susie Fagley Jimmie Short Betty Jo Scott Bill Buehrer Janet Wyse Teddy Lovejoy Robert Roth Robert Kleck Joan Sauder Fred Grisier Loretta Kernig Faith Springer Glen Short Dale Miller Curtis Beck Donald Nofziger Deanna Burkholder Sandra Polite Harold Wyse John Graber Ray Tary Willard Nofziger Marlene Rufenacht Donald Short Bob Frey Ralph Grieser Charles Grieser Linda Miller Jack Lee Patricia Lisak Barbra Graber Mary Gibson Charlene Stuckey r r r r r 1 1 i J J J j J J J J J J J J J J 1 r I Joanne Beck Bruce Werder Sandra Short Johnny Scales Barbara Walters Dale Storrer Dee Ann Christy Charles Sauder Rosemary Brock Dean Rupp Colleen Wyse Roger Grieser Shirley Grieser Donn Bernath Diana Hitt Jimmy Rice Annabelle Zuercher Johnny Rodriguez Maureen Rupp Arlene Stuckey Nancy Ruffer Mary Grieser Billy Crossgrove Robert Trejo Suzanne Miller Donald Sommers Catherine Troeger Cara Lou Stamm Carol Jean Hausch Annabelle Miller Donna Mller Frederick Mehrling Neil Spengler Betty Miller Howard Grime Delila Gautsche Bobby Rufenacht Sue Fankhauser Larry Short Doris DeGroff Donna Waidelich Absent Jack Miller 45GRADE FOUR Elaine Frey Ronnie Fielitz Eloise Sauder Vee Schlatter Deloris Graber I r i Balbina Lisak Richard Leupp Randy Wise Linda Stamm Grace Waidelich I ' Ramiro Trejo JoAnn Moffman Janet Myers Sondra Miller Joseph Baer I I Janis Peters Jimmie Hausoh Joan Williams Janet Erbscorn Susie Rinkel Ilva Nafziger Rex Short Joan Love joy Louise Nofziger Freddie Gearing I r, l r Gary Rupp Norma Burkholder Myrl Sauder Jeanette Sauder Norma Jean Fleming I I Billy Palmer Beryl Grisier Janeth Schantz Brenda Pursel Arlee Rupp Margaret Zuercher Arleta Kennel Doyle Hayes Mary Boynton Clara Springer Absent: Carolyn MillerGRADE THREE Karlene Lovejoy Robert Costell Merle Short Carol Ann Gautsche Marilyn Gautsche James Davis Janice Wyse Keith Brodbeck Janet King Victor Miller Burdette Stuckey Mary Lou Roth Myrl Nofziger Gerald Myers Pamela Lauber Bonnie Short Clara Miller Burdell Stuckey Donna Fleming Robert Grisier Darrell Buehrer Darlene Short Gary Short Barbara Dohm Robert Miller Dean Buehrer Donald Clair Peggy Yoder Ray Malta Sue Ann Murphy John Rupp Joyce Short John Rich Mearl May Susan Murbach Donald Frey Rex Ziegler Bemadine Beck Graeme Lauber Roy Trejo 4 Ruth Ann Miller Billy DeGroffSECOND GRADE Pauline Kellicut Nola Nofziger Cloyce Nofziger Dean Rupp Patsy Gisel Jeanette Wyse Michael Sullivan Paul Lovejoy Kenneth Graber Sharon Kay Lindley Joanne Lisak Carol Ann Erbscorn Linda Brodbeck Bonnie Lou Haas Alfred Dohm Sandra Schang Joyce Rychener Tommy Grieser Billie Kae Winzeler Sharon Kay Aschliman Merle Grieser Edwin Ripke Arlene Sauder Sandra Maust Patricia Rufenacht Doris Miller Ronnie Borton Jerry Dominique Kay Ann Cassell Tommy Yoder Rollin Nofziger Delbert Britsch Byrdalene Wyse Merle Beck Leola Baer Connie Stamm Lou na Gisel Ronny Wyse Peter Short Michael Wyse Charlene Nofziger David Rupp Juliene Crosgrove Ronny Leupp Ray Trejo Stanley Ruffer Frank Winzeler 48FIRST GRADE Denny Miller Gary Miller Jackie Short David Miller Maureen Sullivan Edward Buchrer Maretta Britsch Eugene Spiess Allen Stuckey Wayne Mast Susie Rufenacht Steward Wyse Ruth Ann Wyse Terry Murbach Brenda King Shelly Grieser Tommy Galloway Carol Jean Kauffman Cobby Fraas Linda Collamore Jimmy Lee Beverly Scott Daryl Nofziger Joanne Stamm Mary Alice Sunder Verlin Klinger Diane Hayes Gene Nofziger Jane Buehrer Douglas Rich Roger Stuckey Marilyn Davis Larry Price Betty Dohm Junior Wyse Valettu Aeschliman Buzzy Lovejoy John Baer Diane Frey Sally Huffman Rex Hornish Ronny Ilausch David Neal Betty Schultz Linda Short Willudene Riggs Dwayne Rufenacht Patty Stamm Cara Lou Schrock Jaun Jiminez Carol Ann Sander Merle Klopfenstein Arnold Mast Lynn Short Paul Lauber Gene Baus Larry Barger Gene Baus Allen Jay Richards Duane Frey Absent- Dean Beck 49KINDERGARTEN Back Row: Sue Short. Barbara Gisel, Patricia Wyse, Glenna Rupp, Peter Nofziger, Keith Beck, Natalie Wyse. Middle Row: Paul Nofziger, Denton Wyse, Mary Troeger, Bobby Zimmerman, Lyle Hayes, Lou Ann Nofziger, Roger Klopfenstein, Mervin Nofziger. , . First Row: Tommy Rupp, Billye Marceille Detter, Ricchard Wagler, Karen Peters, Janice Wyse Marlene Rupp, Merle Reigsecker. Absent : Mary Trejo. Back Row: Judy Baer, Roger Mehrling, Lois Hayes, Robin Stotzer, Peggy Neel, Jimmy Kleck. Middle Row: Sandra Fielitz, Sharon McElmurry. Lavern Miller, Wayne Ripke, Max Stuckey, Karen Short. First Row: Sandra Schlosser, DeAnn Rupp, David Grisier, Stanley Miller, Bobby Lauber, JoAnne Schrock. Absent: Lois Hall. 50ACTIVITIES 51Student Council Back Row: Jane Murbach, Richard Winzeler, Carlos Bernath, David Bednar, Richard Schantz, James Johnson, Mr. Spengler, Ralph Lug-bill, Eunice Traut Front Row: Eddie Joe Lauber, Marlin Reigsecker, Sue Ellen Scales, Arthur Kleck, Mr. Burkholder, Mrs. Keim. Mr. Farber, Ben Young, Sara Louise Short, Marlene Burkholder STUDENT COUNCIL The school year 1948-1949 saw the birth of a Student Council in the Archbold High School. Mr. Burkholder and several senior students laid the groundwork for theCouncil. After a constitution was adopted delegates were elected from all the classes and officers were elected. Arthur Kleck was president, Ben Young, vice president, and Sue Ellen Scales secretary and treasurer. The Council held regular meetings twice each month and special ones as needed. The Council soon made its presence felt in the general school life. It devised a very good plan for handling the cafeteria line, and at Christmas time they decorated a very fine tree in the main corridor. Several other decisions regarding policies on certain matters were enacted by the Council. All in all this new organization made a fine start and much is expected from it in years to come. 52Archette Staff Back Row: Esther Fleming, Charlene Short Ruth Springer, Barbara Werder, Verleen Grieser, Jeanette Short, Dale Quillet Middle Row: Virginia Rufenacht, Pauline Klopfenstein, Helen Grieser Doris Wyse, Velda Ledyard, Weldon Schang First Row: Jackie Brodbeck, Marjorie Waidelich. Mrs. Keim, Sam Oyer The Archette Staff of 1949 is proud of theii ohievement at the Ninth Annual Convention of the North- western Ohio District Journalism Association, which was held at Bowling Green State University, April 30, 1949. Most of the Journalism class, accompanied by their adviser, Mrs. Keim, attended the convention and were’proud to receive an “excellant” certificate reward. The highest point average received by any school paper entered, was 258 points. The “Archette” received 241. The Journalism class has enjoyed putting out their paper. Even though good hard work was involved, they certianly had their fun doing it. Mrs. Keim has been a wonderful advisor, and a good inspiration to every ’ jour- nalist inthe class. The following students are on the Archette Editor- in Chief —Samuel Oyer Assistant Editor — Ruth Springer Business Manager — Charlene Short Elementary Editor — Marjorie Waidelich Stencil — Betty Storrer, Virginia Rufenacht Reporters — Helen Grieser, Verleen Grieser, Pauline Fred Fether, Weldon Sohang. Staff; which is published once every two weeks: Sports Editor — Dale Quillet Art Editor — Esther Fleming Humor Editor — Jacqueline Brodbeck Mimeograph — Doris Wyse, Velda Ledyard Klopfenstein, Valetta Sauder, Jeanette Short, John Twiss, Adviser — Mrs. Keim 53Social Club Back Row: Margie Grime, Carolyn Grime, Hattie Clingaman, Charlotte Hausch, Ruth Springer, Nancy Cross- grove, Barbara Werder, Verleen Grieser. Joan Gigax Third Row: Muriel Miller. Sally Scales, Patricia Winzeler, Shirley Gaddis, Annabelle Grieser, Mary Ellen Lau- ber, Marlene Burkholder, Esther Fleming Second Row: Elaine Kemig, Sue Ellen Scales, Betty Nofzinger, Nancy Kernig Claudine Nofzinger, Nancy Grime, Jane Murbach, Joyce Burkholder, Doris Fleming First Row: Myrtle Nofzinger, Gwendolyn Croninger, Dorothy Beck, Miss Manhart, Charlene Short, Joan Burk- holder, Eunice Traut This year as every year the Social Club has tried to provide social entertainment for the school kids by having dances. Most dances were held in the auditorium but some were also held in the Legion Hall. The one banquet that was held was at Bunny’s at Edon, Ohio. This year the leaders who were chosen were: President - Charlene Short, Advisor - Miss both did a fine job. Manhart. TheySenior Hi£,h Honor- Roll The following students have earned places on the Honor Roll at least once during the first se- mester. To earn a place on the Roll all grades aohieved must be B or better. Many of them have competed in the SENIOR, PRELIMINARY, STATE. DISTRICT, and the STATE FINAL SCHOLAR- SHIP Contests. SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Shirley Bernath Nancy Crossgrove Jane Murbach Sue Ellen Scales Nancy Fagley Joyce Burkholder Fontabel Stuckey Doris Leatherman Betty Nofzinger Richard Schantz Betty Rychener Cara Belle Frey Marjorie Waidelich Eunice Traut Carol Short Verlin Eash Phyllis Buehrer Dick Palmer Esther Fleming Joan Burkholder Shirley Gaddis Charles Gautsche Arlene Klempner Nancy Grime Ralph Lugbill Donna Belle Leupp James Johnson Ruth Rychener Anna Rose Schmucker Bill Love joy Valetta Sauder Bill Walters Marvin Nafziger Ruth Springer Richard Winzeler Junior Oyer Lois Traut Donald Wyse Roseanna Reigsecker Barbara Werder David Bednar Bill Ries Bill Fankhauser Maynard Sauder Marilyn Rufenacht Arthur Kleck Howard Stahl Rosemary Wyse Sam Oyer Bill Walters Carlos Bernath Richard Riegsecker Valetta Wyse Doris Wyse Helen Eicher John Zimmerman Nancy Kemig Richard Bernath Betty Storrer Junior- Hi£,h Honor Roll FRESHMAN EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE Sally Scales Annabelle Stuckey Andy Murbach Marlene Burkholder Billy Rupp Marlene Rychener Harriet Spengler Buetta Wyse Suzanne Stuckey Mary Sue Rychener Sara Louise Short CoNette Nofzinger Patricia Winzeler Mary Jane Scales Eddie Lauber Gene Bernath Barbara Christy Barbara Rich Harold Buerge Jeanine Farber Gene Rupp Eileen Burkholder Joan Leupp Keith Short Carolyn Grime Nancy Short Jerry Grime Mary Ellen Lauber Glendon Schantz Carol Jean Schmucker Darrell Stuckey Rollin Hayes Ralph Burkholder Conna Graber Jack Lauber Lyle Lauber Muriel Miller Hattie Clingaman Eleanor Stuckey Paul Yoder Charlotte Eicher Tom Lauber James Buehrer 55Scholarship Awards Good Scholarship is considered a worthy ideal in the Archbold Schools. Considerable emphasis is placed up- on the Every Pupil Tests, the Senior Scholarship Tests, the Preliminary District State Tests and the Final State Tests. The students whase names appear on these pages may feel justifiably proud of their achievements 1947-1948 NAME Patricia Gibson Paul Sigg Theron Short Pauline Short Sue Ellen Scales Charles Gautsche Richard Schantz Mona Aeschliman Bill Walters Donald Wyse Richard Winzeler Nancy Fagley Eunice Traut William Scales James Johnson William Scales Jane Murbach Cara Belle Frey 1948-1949 Sue Ellen Scales Fontabel Stuckey Nancy Fagley Betty Rychener Cara Belle Frey Jane Murbach Sally Scales Patricia Winzeler Harriet Spengler Sally Scales Betty Nofzinger Cara Belle Frey Jack Dauber Darrell Stuckey Marvin Nafziger Dick Palmer Donald Wyse Bill Walters Richard Schantz Sue Ellen Scales Shirley Bernath Marjorne Waidelich Rollin Hayes Ralph Burkholder William Scales James Johnson William Scales James Johnson William Ries Betty Nofzinger Nancy Fagley Donald Wyse Richard Schantz Charles Gautsche Sue Ellen Scales SUBJECT LOCAL English XII First Senior Social Studies First Physics First Bookkeeping First English XI First American History First Chemistry First Biology First Biology First Plane Geometry First World History First English X First Latin II First General Science First Algebra I First Algebra I First English IX First Latin I First English XII First English XII Second English XI First English XI Second English X First English X Second English IX First English IX Second Latin I First Latin I First Latin II First Latin II First General Science First General Science Second Biology First Biology Second Chemistry First Chemistry Second Physics First Physics Second Bookkeeping First Bookkeeping Second Algebra I First Algebra I First Algebra II First Algebra II Second Plane Geometry First Plane Geometry Second World History First World History Second American History First American History Second Senior Social Studies First Senior Social Studies Second Senior Social Studies Second DISTRICT STATE 3rd 13th 17 th 11th Honorable Mention Uth Honorable Mention 10th Honorable Mention 10th Honorable Mention 3rd 16th 5th 16th 7th 16th 6th First 9th 11th 5th 5th 13th 8th Honorable Mention 4th 3rd 10th 9th 10th 12 th 11th 2nd 6th 11th 56.] J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J Scholarship Awards Continued 1948 Harriet Spengler placed first in her grade in the State Eighth Grade Tests. Sally Scales and Mary Sue Rychener were next in order. Other members of the class who finished in the upper one-fourth of the county were; Patricia Winzeler, Rollin Hayes, Carolyn Grime, Jack Lauber. Gene Bernath, Glendon Schantz John Springer Darrell Stuckey, Marlin Riegsecker, and Ralph Burkholder. 1949 Sara Louise Short finished first in her grade in the State Eighth Grade Tests. Buetta Wyse and Mary Jane Scales were next in order. Other members of the class who finished in the upper one-fourth and received certifi- cates were; Joan Leupp, Annabelle Stuckey, William Rupp, Barbara Christy, Paul Yoder. Nancy Short and Eleanor Stuckey. J ; ; 57Archbold music groups, under the direction of Mr. Mayer, hud a fine year in 1948-1949. The band, the cho- rus, the ensembles, and the various other groups all performed creditably during the year. The vocal quartet won a number one rating in the State, the band won a Superior rating in District competition at Ada, and an Excel- lent rating in the State finals at Springfield. The chorus won an Excellent rating in District competition at Ada losing out by only one vote for a number One rating. The various groups made many appearances during the school year, playing for any number of organiza- tions and groups whenever called upon. The band playedat numerous homecomings during the summer. The music department suffers heavily by graduation, losing many members who will be hard to replace However, enough experienced members remain to form the neucleus of good musical groups in the future.Junior Band Front Row: Bruce Werder, Donn Bernath, Dean Rupp. Joan Huffman, Tom Fankhauser, Suzanne Stuckey, Stanley Buehrer, Philip Buehrer, Teddy Lovejoy Back Row: Hattie Lou Clingaman, Joan Gigax, Maureen Rupp, Janice Peters, Sondra Miller, Vee Schlatter, Freddy Gearing, Ronny Fielitz. Norma Burkholder, Janeth Schantz Standing: Bobby Frey, Jerry Grime Hifch School Ensembles Top Row: Clarinet Quartet: Ruth Springer, Nancy Fagley, Barbara Werder, Betty Storrer. Flute Trio: Jane Murbach, Shirley Bernath, Fontabel Stuckey. Tympani: Ben Young. Vocal Quartet: Bill Fank- hauser, David Bednar, Howard Stahl, Verlin Eash. Front Row: Brass Ensemble: Bill Fankhauser, David Bednar, Verlin Eash, Ralph Burkholder, Gene Bernath. Saxaphone Quartet: Doris Leatherman, Nancy Crossgrove, Joyce Burkholder, Nancy Grime 59ii i Back Row: Mr. Mayer, Director: Fontabel Stuckey, Esther Fleming, Mary Sue Tychener, Charlotte Hausch, Ruth Hayes, Verlin Eash, Bill Walters, Ben Young, Ned Lorton, John Twiss, Bill Fankhauser, Joyce Burkholder, Barbara Werder. Patricia Win- zeler. Fourth Row: Lois Traut, Sue Ellen Scales, Jeanette Short, Hattie Lou Clingaman, Herbert Wyse, John Deshoufs, David Eed- nar. Marlin Wyse, Wilmer Eicher, Harold Flory, Art Kleck, Phil Siegel, Nancy Grime, Jane Murbach. Third Row: Margie Grime Betty Jo Rychener, Carolyn Grime, John D. Wyse, Jim Ziegler, Marlin Riegsecker, Verdene Aeschliman, Darrell Stuckey, Richard Riegsecker, Roger Ziegler, Maynard Sauder, Donald Wyse, Doris Wyse. Virginia Rofenacht. Second Row: Joan Burkholder, Jackie Brodheck, Nancy Crossgrove, Helen Eicher, Sally Scales, Marlene Burkholder, Verleen Grieser. Front Row: Elaine Kernig, Charlene Short, Joan Gigax, Claudine Nofzinger, Muriel Miller, Carol Jean Schmucker, Doris Fleming, Donna Graber, Carol Jean Quillet, Eileen Burkholder, Velma Rupp, Velda Ledyard, Clara Belle Frey. MIXED CHORUS JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Third Row: Mr. Mayer, Mary Kunkle, Annabelle Stuckey, Alice Roth, Sara Louise Short, Roger Schantz, Kenny Fankhauser, Tom i Lauber, Dee DeGroff, Donald Kleck, Jane Scales, Barbara Nofziger, Doris Gunden, Jeanine Farher, Second Row. Carolyn Grieser, ' Elaine Grieser, Barbara Rich, Lowell Flory, David Sauder, Gene Rupp, Rollin Beck, Roy Schott, Barbara Christy, Buetta Wyse, " Nancy Short, Joan Leupp. First Row: Mabel Miller, Donna Ruffer, CoNette Nofzinger, Charlotte Eicher DeRoyce Hornish, Bill Rupp, Larry Dominique, Roger Nofzinger, Roger Miller, Eddie Lauber, Sally Palmer, Eleanor Stuckey, Suzanne Stuckey. 60BOYS’ GEEE CLUB Front Row: John D. Wyse Jimmy Desbouf David Bednar Dick Riegsccker Roger Ziegler Maynard Saud- er Don Wyse Middle Row: Marlin Riegseck er Herbert Wyse Verdene Aesch- liman Darrell Stuckey Marlin Wyse Bill Walters Ned Lorton John Twiss Bill Fankhauser Back Row: Mr. Mayer Wilmer Eicher Verl in Eash Harold Flory Ben Young Philip Siegel Art Kleck GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB-Back Row Mr. Mayer, Hattie Lou Clingaman, Fontabel Stuckey, Esther Fleming, Nancy Kernig, Jean Rych- ener, Sally Scales, Charlotte Hausch, Helen Eicher, Harriet Spengler, Joyce Burkholder, Nancy Fagley. Third Row: Phyllis Buehrer Betty Jo Rychener, Helen Grieser, Carolyn Grime, Ann Reidell, Velma Rupp, Velda Ledyard, Ruth Hayes, Patricia Winzeler, Nan- cy Grime, Virginia Rufenacht. Second Row: Shirley Bernath, Jackie Brodbeck, Claudine Nofzinger, Joan Gigax, Donna Graber, Carol Quillet, Conna Graber Jeanette Short, Barbara Werder, Verleen Grieser. First Row: Charlene Short, Joan Burkholder, Elaine Kernig, Margie Grime, Doris Fleming, Muriel Miller, Marlene Burkholder, Doris Wyse, Cara Belle Frey, Janey Murbach.Junior ‘Tlay JUNIOR PLAY — Archbold High School YOU’LL DIE LAUGHING by Jay Tobias Thurs. Oct. 28, 8:00 o’clock THE PLAYERS BRIDGET MULDUOON ..................Housekeeper....... KIM WALLER.........................Jason Pike’s Heir- TOMMY UPTON........................Kim’s Sidekick.... LEVI HACKETT.......................Village Lawyer.... AUGUSTUS CEASAR JONES..............handy man......... PEACHIE CHRYSANTHEMUM JONES........cook.............. OTTO SWARTZ........................truck gardener.... DIANA DALHART......................Kim’s heartum..... M A RILL A DALHART.................Di’s aunt......... KITTY PIKE.........................giddy widow....... IONA PIKE..........................giddier daughter.. GHOST-GIRL.........................who died laughing- GHOST-MAN..........................in search of his tongue SYNOPSIS Nancy Fagley .... Howard Stahl ...... John Clair ......Ben Young David Bednar Doris Leatherman .....Clare Grime .... Eunice Traut Nancy Crossgrove . Joan Burkholder .. Phyllis Buehrer Betty Jo Rychener . . William Walters The entire action of the play takes place in Creepy Castle, a rambling old farmhouse near the Missouri village of Riverton. ACT 1 Eight o’clock of a dark, stormy October night. The heirs arrive — the will is read. ACT 11 A few minutes later. The ghosts go to work. ACT 111 Ten minutes later. The ghostly work is done. Tommy repents. Presented under the direction of T. L. Parker Music is fumisted by the Music Department. Thanks to Mr. Mayer! 02FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Back Row: Carol Jean Schmucker, Donna Belle Leupp Ruth Hayes, Charlotte Hausch, Mary Sue Rychener, Myrtle Nofzinger, Betty Jo Rychener. Claudine Nofzinger, Shirley Gaddis, Margie Grime Front Row: Annabelle Grieser, Joan Burkholder. Evelyn Wyse, Gwendolyn Croninger, Miss Felsted, Dorothy Beck, Eunice Traut, Carolyn Gautsche The Future Homemakers of America, a part of, or associated with the Home Economics department, is a very important unit in the Archbold High School. This group, under the direction of Miss Felsted, is devoted to the study of making home life continually better and more interesting. MissFelsted and the girls have been very helpful in many school projects. They have given noble service in the athletic department in laundering all of their uniforms. They have been especially helpful at banquets, commencement, plays and other school functions. The school and faculty are indeed grateful to Miss Felsted for her able assistance. The FHA has regular meetings, a part of which are devoted to work and a part to recreation. They plan extensive work for the fair this fall. No department in school has as much to offer which will be put into every- day use in later life by the girls who study Home Economics.FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Archbold High School chapter of the FFA has been a very active one during its two years of exist- ance. Mr. Galloway and the boys have done exceedingly well in the classroom and with their projects. They have excelled in the matter of livestock judging and in Parliamentary drill procedure. They have brought back to the school, both District and State honors for their fine achievements. The school may indeed be proud of the work of this department. In school and community life they have played an important part as they have given generously of their time and effort whenever called upon. The Ag. department made eighteen new tables for the park and made a set of hurdles for the Track team. For the Athletic Boosters Club they made a number of basketball backboards, which were installed in various locations in Arch bold, Elmira and at Lugbill’s. This department is to be commended for its fine work and cooperation in community and school affairs. JUDGING TEAM: Sammy Oyer, Walter Short, Dale Quillet, Charles Gautsche 64FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 1. Jr. Grime’s Litter 4. Larry Bourquin’s Calf 7. Virgil Schroeder’s Pet 10. Behind the Backboard 2. Bob Leupp and his Litter 5. Marvin Storrer’s Calf 8. Walter Short’s Pride 11. Dale Leu’s Fine Litter 3. Don Rufenacht’s Project 6. Gerald Short’s Pet 9. James Rupp’s Steer 12. An Ag. Inspection Trip 65Industrial Arts Above are a few scenes from the Industrial Arts department. This is a very popular department in the high school and the classes are usually well filled. The boys, under the direction of Mr. Hom'sh tura out some very nice articles of furniture, Metal work and various other items too numerous to ment.on Th.s department, along with the Vocational Agriculture department, has given valuable assistance to the school n “d g . ed items of equipment for dramatic productions, athletics, music and the general school needs. Both have also aided materially in several community projects such as building needed equipment for Ruihley Park and a con- siderable amount of Athletic equipment for the school and the community. The Vocational Agriculture depa - ment was especially helpful in the matter of making new equipment. The important part is that both depart- ments are very helpful and cooperative at all times. 66Hallowe'en Queens Back Row: Ruth Springer, Lois Traut, Nancy Crossgrove, Barbara Werder Front Row: Esther Fleming, Joan Burkholder, Eunice Traut, Nancy Kernig, Rita Burkholder BETTY STORRER This year something a little different was done on Hallowe’en. The students of Archbold High chose by popular ballot, ten girls, from which to choose a Hallowe’en queen and attendants. The girls in the above picture were the candidates for the queen. Betty Storrer was the honored one. her attendants being: Barbara Werder. Joan Burkholder, Nancy Kernig. Esther Fleming and Ruth Springer. After the crowning was held, several prizes were awarded to those in Hallowe’en costume. Free cider and doughnuts were served and a dance was held for all in the Legion Hall. The purpose of this celebration was to provide wholesome entertainment for the children of the commun- ity. 67Librarians Back Row: Margie Grime, Gwendolyn Croninger, Mrs. Bourquin, Jean Rychener, Shirley Gaddis Front Row: Jacquelyn Brodbeck, Mary Sue Rychener, Virginia Rufenacht, Marjorie Waidelich, Velda Ledyard LIBRARIANS The librarians of A. H. S. play a very important part in the school activities by helping other students in selecting books quickly and more easily. The librarians help Mrs. Bourquin for one or two periods each day and receive one-fourth credit. 68 mSept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 21 Sept. 22 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 15 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Nov. 19 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 10 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 23 Dec. 24 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 School Calendar All new pupils came for registration. Faculty meeting “Let’s Get Acquainted” was held. School begins for everyone. Baseball game with Jewell 6-0 Archbold won. Baseball game with Chesterfiield with the score of 6-12, Archbold lost. The Lyceum Program “Sperandoes” was given. F. H. A. Meeting. Baseball game with Fayette 11-5, anotther win for Archbold. No school! Everyone went to the Club Calf Sale at Lugbills. Baseball game at Pettisville 25-11, Archbold won again. “Bobo, the Magician” came to entertain and puzzle everyone. Freshman Initiation Day- They really looked green but it was worth it. They are really High School members now. Lyons and Archbold played baseball with a score of 4-3, Arch bold won. Fayette game at Archbold 6-3, another victory for Archbold. The Social Club held the “Come and Learn to Dance”. Baseball game with Lyons held here with a score of 2-5, a defeat for us. Pettisville game held here 23-11, another victory. Mr. Muir came to give a talk to all Seniors on the benefits of Social Security. The Freshmen gave the Sophomores a return party for their Initiation Party. The Harvest Masquerade Dance was held. The Junior High held a skating party. F. H. A. Meeting. The Deep River Quartet entertained the entire school with their songs of the South and their Negro Spirituals. Seniors receive and exchange namecards. The Juniors gave their play, "You’ll Die Laughing.” Northwestern Teachers Meeting in Toledo; no school. Hallowe’en Celebration held. Queen and her Attendants are honored. 4-H. Achievement Meeting held. The Social Club held their Autumn Dance. Tom Kelly gave his humorous yet serious talk on Soil Conservation. The Senior and Intermediate Bands gave a Band Concert. Charles Gautsche and Sam Oyer left to go to the National F. F. A. Convention held at Kansas City from 14-18. Mr. Spengler and the Seniors went to the Michigan-Indiana football game held at Ann Arbor at the Michigan stadium. F. H. A. Meeting. A County Teacher’s Meeting was held at Delta. School dismissed at 2:30. Prince of Peace Declamations given by three Senior boys. Cole Marionettes entertain with “King of the Golden River”. The first basketball game of the season was with West Unity. The score was 52-31, Archbold won. Seniors received their class sweaters. They are all proud to show their school and class colors. The Stryker game proved to be a thrilling one with Stryker ahead with a score of 41-42 The F. H. A. gave a Thanksgiving Day Program to the high school. Thanksgiving Vacation. Thanksgiving Vacation. Basketball game at Wauseon 23-45, Archbold lost again. Lyons and Archbold played basketball with a score of 47-32. Another victory. The seniors received their pictures from Jim Sellers. Archbold Blue Streaks went to Fayette to win 38-17. The game with Pettisville ended with a score of 46-24 in our favor. Chesterfield came to Archbold to play but to lose. The score was 32-23. The Freshmen and Seniors held their Christmas Parties. The eighth graders had their Christmas party. The seventh grade party was held in tli auditorium. Jewell and Archbold played here with the score of 40-31. Our victory. Christmas vacation is here. Archbold Blue Streaks went to Ridgevlle, but to be defeated with a score of 25-36. The Social Club had their Christmas Dance. F. F. A. Meeting. School begins after onr Christmas vacation. Wauseon Indians came to win over the Archbold Blue Streaks but they were sadly dis- appointed because the Blue Streaks won 31-30. Swanton and Archbold played with the result of 22-18. Archbold won again. The first Archbold Student Council begins their work. Archbold went to Scott to play and they won. The score was 35-32. The home room periods were established. Archbold Blue Streaks played Fulton with a score of 62-49. Another victory for us. The second semester begins with resolutions to do better. F. H. A. Meeting. The game with Fayette resulted in a score of 30-28, our victory again. The Seniors take a day off. They canvassed Archbold for the March of Dimes. The game with Metamora ended with a score of 25-33, Archbold lost again. SCHOOL CALENDAR-Continued Jan. 25 Napoleon and Archbold played with the result of 47-41, another victory. 9 Jan. 26 The nurse from the Toledo Hospital came to talk to students who wish to become nurses. Jan. 27 F. F. A. Meeting. Jan. 28 Pettisville players came here only to lose again. The score was 47-23. Feb. 1 The game with Montpelier ended with a score of 30-25, a winning score for us. Feb. 4 The Faculty Party “A Breather" was held. Feb. 5 Six seniors went to Wauseon to take the Senior Scholarship Tests. Feb. 8 The game with Stryker ended with a score of 35-25, we won this one. Feb. 11 Delta and Archbold played. The score was 38-47, Delta won. Feb. 14 F. H. A. Meeting. Feb. 15 The tournament game with Fayette ended with a score of 41-30, a victory for us. Feb. 17 The game with Delta had a score of 26-20, our victory. Feb. 23 The entire high school had a lecture on Russia. Feb. 23 Home Economics students had a Hoover Demonstration. Feb. 24 Patch tests were given to the first, third, and Junior classes. Feb. 24 F. F. A. Meeting. Feb. 25 The game with Metamora ended with a 50-25 score, a fine victory for Archbold. Feb. 28 Band members went to Delta for a County Band Rehearsal. Mar. 2 The Ramsden music program was given. It consisted of different instruments and the „ different sound effects on them. Mar. 5 The game at Vaughnsville ended 29-42, a defeat. Basketball is over. Mar. 5 The Seniors held their bake sale at Helen’s to make money for their trip. Mar. 7 The County Mixed Chorus Rehearsal was held at Wauseon. ■ Mar. 14 The game "The Komedy Kings" vs. "Conroy’s Collegians" was held here. Mar. 15 F. H. A. Meeting. Mar. 18 The Annual Music Concert was given. Mar. 21 County Band Rehearsal was held at Delta. ■ Mar. 23 The County Teacher’s Meeting was held at Fayette. Mar. 24 The F. F. A. had a conservation program. Mar. 25 The County Spring Musical was held at Swanton. The Chorus. Glee Clubs, and Band participated. ■ Mar. 28 Soloists and the ensemble went to B G. to enter a contest. Mar. 29 The Polemene Potters showed how pottery was made. Apr. 1 The Senior Class members received their composites. Apr. 2 The Band and Chorus go to Ada for the contest. Apr. 4 The Seniors went to Wauseon for Career Day. This day was set aside to try to help Seniors of Fulton County to choose their future work. Apr. 4 The Ford Safety Program was given to all grades up to the eighth. Apr. 7 The first baseball game of the season was played with Fayette with a score of 4-3, our - victory. Apr. 7 The Preliminary District State Scholarship Tests were given to whomever wanted to - take them. Apr. 8 The Junior Class play was given, "Professor Pepp". ■ Apr. 8 A track meet was held with Fayette and Pettisville. The scores were Archbold. 89; Fayette, 43; Pettis ville,16. - Apr. 12 The baseball game at Jewell ended with a score of 3-1, our victory again. Apr. 13 The track meet at Fayette resulted with scores of Archbold, 76 1-2; Fayette, 59; ■ Pettisville, 11 1-2. Apr. 14 Easter Vacation. - Apr. 15 Easter Vacation. Apr. 19 The baseball game at Jewell had a score of 6-1, we won again. » Apr. 20 The high school students had a lecture on Alaska told with the help of colored slides. Apr. 21 The tournament game with Chesterfield ended with a score of 16-3, Archbold won again Apr. 22 This day was declared Senior Skip Day Apr. 23 The Seniors held their second bake sale at Rupp’s Furniture Store. 9 Apr. 23 The Boy’s Quartet goes to Westerville. Apr. 25 The Archbold-Fayette baseball game ended with a score of 2-1, Archbold won. ■ Apr. 26 The Wauseon track meet was held. The scores were Archbold, 60 1-6; Wauseon. 57 5-6. Apr. 27 F. F. A. Meeting. Apr. 29 The Junior-Senior Banquet was held. Apr. 30 The Journalism students journeyed to Bowling Green to the Journalism Convention. ■ May 5 The Senior Class play was presented. “The Professor Goes Haywire". May 6 The second performance of the Senior play was given. May 7 The pupils who placed first and second in each subject in the Scholarship Tests went to Bowling Green to take further tests May 11 The County Track Meet was held at Delta. May 13 Awards were given for honors in Scholarship Tests and for Sports Achievements. May 13 The Band went to Springfield for the state finals. May 15 Baccalaureate Exercises were held in the auditorium. . May 16 A Senior picnic was held at Independence Dam. . May 17 Commencement Exercises were held. May 17 F. H. A. Meeting. May 18 The Seniors leave for their trip to Washington D. C. 1 May 23 The faculty meeting, "It’s All Over Now" was held. tSPORTSVarsity Basketball Back Row: James Quillet, Clare Grime, Bill Fanksauser. Dick Reigsecker, Dale Quillet, Mana- ger Richard Winzeler Front Row: Managed Howard Rupp, John Clair, Wayne Nofzinger, Art Kleck, Richard Sohantz, Ralph Lugbill, Coach Farber Basketball is a tradition in the Archbold High School. The game started here in 1910 and it has thrived ever since. Teams from here have won more than their share of victories, and have brought many trophies back as the spoils of their battles. Archbold teams have gone beyond the County Tournament 17 times in the past 25 years. Twice they have gone to the State Tourna- ments; in 1924, dropping the State Championship game to Bellepoint by a 23 to 20 score. This year’s team won the County Championship by beating Metamora 50 to 25. Metamora, however won the League title. Archbold’s Junior High team won the County title for its second straight year, and hasn't lost to a county team during the past two years. The Reserve team was also undefeated in County play during the past season. These fac- tors indicate continued strong material for the next several years. The team loses seven of its members by graduation. 1948-1949 SCORES ARCHBOLD OPPONENT ARCHBOLD OPPONENT 52 West Unity 31 30 Fayette 28 '1 Stryker 42 25 Metamora 33 23 Wauseon 45 47 Napoleon 41 47 Lyons 32 47 Pettisville 23 38 Fayette 17 30 Montpelier 25 46 Pettisville 24 35 Stryker 25 32 Chesterfield 23 38 Delta 47 40 Jewell 31 COUNTY TOURNAMENT 25 Ridgeville 36 41 Fayette 30 31 Wauseon 30 26 Delta 20 22 Swanton 18 50 Metamora 25 35 (OT) Scott 32 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 62 Fulton 49 29 Vaughnsville 42 72 Varsity0 Individuals Top Row: Bill Fankhauser, Clare Grime, Art Kleck Middle Row: Richard Schantz, Richard Riegsecker, James Quillet, Ralph Lugbill Bottom Row: John Clair, Dale Quillet, Wayne Nafziger 73Basketball 1948-1949 WEST UNITY—-Here Nov. 19. The Streaks opened the season with an easy 52 to 31 victory over West Unity. Ralph Lugbill had a good evening as he scored 20 points. STRYKER-—There Nov. 23. The Streaks were ahead most of the way but Stryker came through with a 42 to 41 win. Kleck hit 16 and Clair 11. WAUSEON—There Nov. 26. Something was wrong here. Wauseon 45 and the Streaks 23. LYONS—Here Dec. 3. John Clair and Art Kleck scored 18 each as Archbold rolled up a 47 to 32 win. FAYETTE—There Dec. 10. Streaks 46-Eagles 17. The Eagles never had a chance. Kleck was high with 12. PETTISVILLE—-There Dec. 14. Streaks 46 - Blackbirds 24. Clair hit for 15. Kleck and Grime were good for 10 each. CHESTERFIELD-—Here Dec. 17. The Comets were tough, but after a hard battle the Streaks won 32 to 23. Clare Grime hit for 10 to lead the Streaks scoring. JEWELL—Here Dec. 23. This game was nip and tuck until the last two minutes when the Streaks got hot. Fin- al score; Streaks 40. Rams 31. Kleck and Clair again-14 and 10 respectively. RIGDEVILLE—There Dec. 28. The Falcons were just too tough again. The Streaks bowed 36 to 25. Nobody could hit for Archbold. Wayne Miller of the Falcons was tough. WAUSEON—Here Jan. 4. A sweet victory -revenge for an earlier loss to the Indians. A Memphis special-Dr. Rychener’s check. It was only 31 to 30 but it was a win just the same. John Clair was good for 13 markers. SWANTON—There Jan. 7. Swanton played a stalling game. Not much offense, but what there was enabled the Streaks to win a 22-18 affair. John Clair scored 8. SCOTT—There Jan. 11. The Streaks blew a big half-time lead but managed a 35-32 overtime win. Lugbill had 12 and Kleck 11 to pace the scoring. FULTON—Here Jan. 14. Streaks 62, Raiders 49 in a real scoring game. John Clair had 22 points, Art Kleck, 21. FAYETTE—Here Jan. 18. The Eagles were after revenge and seemed about to get it, when a fourth quarter rally gave the Streaks 15 points and a 30-28 win. Wayne Nofzinger scored 11 points for the Streaks. META MORA—There Jan. 21. The B’ack and Gold boys were too tough in this one, and the Streaks lost 33 2 John Clair scored 9. Joe Nykodym of Metamora was a nuisance. NAPOLEON—There Jan. 25. The Streaks were hot a id staved off a desperate last quarter charge by the Wild- cats to win 47 to 41. Kleck 13, Schantz 11, and Clair 10 for the winners. PETTISVILLE—Here Jan. 28. Streaks 47, Blackbirds 23. Kleck and Clair again with 14 and 11 respectively. MONTPELIER—Here Feb. 1. A tough battle but the Streaks stalled the Locomotives 30 to 25. Ralph Lugbill led the way with 12 markers. STRYKER—Here Feb. 8. Revenge was achieved. The Streaks downed the Williams County lads 35 to 25. John Clair rang the bell for 15 counters. DELTA—-There Feb. 11. The Streaks had a bad eveniig. Delta grabbed a big, early lead and the Streaks could- n t close the gap, so they lost 47 to 38. Kleck and Clair had 10 each in the losing cause. COUNTY TOURNAMENT (at Wauseon) FAYETTE—Feb. 15. The Streaks humbled the Eagles by a 41 to 30 score. The Eagles made it interesting for a- while. but Kleck’s 15 and Clair’s 10 points were too much for them. Bring on those Delta Panthers! DELTA—Feb. 17. A new low in offense. Scoring punch lacking on both sides as Delta held a 7-6 half-time lead. The Streaks did better the second half and reached the finals as they edged the Panthers 26 to 20. John Clair was good for 10 again. A tough Metamora Crew coming up in the finals. METAMORA—Feb. 25. The Streaks were the underdogs n this one. but not for long. They were never hotter all year. They really poured it on and won at will 50 to 25 and brought a beautiful gold trophy back lo Archbold. Metamora became runner-up by beating Delta. DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Leipsic VAUGHNSVILLE—March 5. The Streaks could not stop Meyers of Vaughnsville and after the first quarter were never in the ball game. Meyers scored 22 points. Final score 42 to 29. Thus the curtain falls on an- other cage season. Metamora beat Edon and lost a heart-breaker to Blanchard in the quarter finals. Both Fulton County teams bowed out the same evening. 74 Reserve basketball Team Back Row: James Johnson, William Ries, Ross Taylor, Ben Young, Richard Short, Harley Burk- holder Front Row: Manager Howard Rupp, Richard Short, Carlos Bernath, Lewis Haas Coach Conroy, Ned Lorton, Elmer Miller Dale Leu, Manager Richard Winzeler Jr. Hi Basketball Team Back Row: John Springer, Ralph Burkholder, Denver Wyse, Gerald Short, Roger Schantz, Bill Short Front Row: Coach Burkholder, Paul Yoder, John Young, Lowell Spiess, Marvin Storrer, Gene Bernath, Manager Jim Meyers 75BASEBALL Back Row: Lowell Spiess, Richard Bernath, Arthur Kleck, Wayne Nofzinger, James Johnson, Maynard Sauder William Ries, Coach Hornish. Front Row: Donald Wyse, Richard Winzeler, Arden Grime, Dale Quillet, Clare Grime Tom Spradlin John Clair. Archbold and Swanton tied for the Fulton County baseball Championship in the spring of 1948. Both teams advanced to the finals and because of a lack of time no Championship game was played as both teams moved to the District Tournament at Defiance. Both teams were awarded trophies for their efforts and thus Coach Hornish and the boys brought Archbold its first baseball trophy. Congratulations to them. This spring the boys won their first tournament game, defeating Chesterfield 16 to 3. They lost their chance to go to the District when they lost a 13 inning game to Delta by a 10 to 6 score. Art Kleck and Dale Quillet formed a good battery for the team. Lewis Haas and Clare Grime were other members of the pitching staff. Prospects for next year look fairly good with a good share of this year’s team coming back. Art Kleck. Dale Quillet and Tom Spradlin will be graduating and will be hard to replace. BASEBALL SCORES April 9, 1948 28 Pettisville 4 April 16, 1948 0 Chesterfield April 23, 1948 12 Fayette 2 April 28 1948 (Tournament) . . . . Archbold 20 Pettisville April 30, 1948 (Tournament) . . .. Archbold 2 Lyons 1 May 5, 1948 (District) 4 Holgate (10 innings) 4 May 6, 1948 (District) .. Archbold 2 Holgate 9 Sept. 10, 1948 6 Jewell Sept. 17, 1948 6 Chesterfield 12 Sept. 22. 1948 11 Fayette Sept. 24, 1948 25 Pettisville 11 Sept. 27, 1948 4 Lyons Oct. 1, 1948 6 Fayette Oct. 4. 1948 2 Lyons Oct. 5, 1948 23 Pettisville April 7, 1949 4 Fayette April 12, 1949 3 Jewell April 19, 1949 1 Jewell April 21. 1949 (Tournament). . . . . Archbold 16 Chesterfield April 25, 1949 2 Fayette (9 innings) April 28, 1949 (Tournament) .. . . Archbold 6 Delta (13 innings) 10 May 6. 1949 5 Ridgeville May 16, 1949 2 Stryker (8 innings) Track Back Row: John Young, Donald Short, Richard Schantz, Arthur Kleck, Ben Young, Ross Taylor Middle Row: Richard Short. Sammy Oyer, Wayne Nofzinger, Bill Ries, Ned Lorton, Lowell Spiess, Bill Fankhauser First Row: Coach Conroy, Duane Stamm, James Johnson, Roger Ziegler. Robert Burkholder Richard Grime, Charles Gautsche, James Myers, Manager Track is an old sport at Archbold High School. It goes back to the early years of the high school. Many outstanding records have been turned in by Archbold Track men. Delta, Swanton and Archbold were considered the top contenders for county track honors this year. This prediction ran true to form as Delta annexed the county championship for the sixth consecutive year. The County Meet was held at Delta on Wednesday evening. May 2. Scores of the meet were: Delta 70 1-3, Swanton 61, Archbold 54 1-3, Fayette 32, and Pettisville 6 1-3. Besides participating in the County Meet the Streaks won two Triangular meets and three Dual meets for a very satisfactory season. Robert Conroy coached the squad. Art Kleck and Richard Schantz were outstanding senior members of the squad who will be lost by graduation. SCORES OF MEETS April 9 Triangular Here Archbold 86 Fayette 49 Pettisville 16 April 13 Triangular at Fayette Archbold 76 1-2 Fayette 59 Pettisville 11 1-2 April 18 Dual Here Archbold 61 Morenci 56 April 26 Triangular Here Archbold 60 1-6 Wauseon 57 5-6 May 4 May 11 Dual County Meet Here at Delta Archbold 61 1-2 L. Center 56 1-2 77Coaches Mr. Hornish, Mr. Burkholder, Mr. Farber. Mr. Conroy The athletic staff is composed of Mr. Hornish, Baseball Coach, who brought a championship trophy to the school last spring. Mr. Burkholder, Athletic Director and Junior Hi Coach. Mr. Par- ber, Varsity Cage Coach, who has brought many championships and trophies back to Archbold. Mr.’ Conroy, Track and Reserve Basketball Coach. eMana ers James Myers, Richard Winzeler, Howard Rupp 78Varsity0 Cheerleaders Joan Burkholder, Carol Quillet, Lois Traut, Eunice Traut These are the girls who helped our boys to many victories by doing a fine job of leading cheers. They worked hard at their jobs and usually succeeded in giving the team the support which it needed to notch up another victory. Junior High Cheerleaders Carolyn Grime, Jeanine Farber, Barbara Christy, Suzzane Stuckey 79e 4-Association Back Row: Bob Burkholder, Richard Winzeler, Clare Grime. Richard Short, Don Short, Richard Schantz, Dale Quillet Front Row: John Clair, Bill Fankhauser, Howard Rupp, Tom Spradlin. Arthur Kleck The A-Association is composed of all boys who earn major sports letters. This is not an active organization, and membership comes automatically to all boys who earn letters. Letters and medals are awarded to boys on a point basis, involving a minimum amount of participation in the various sports. 80Rychener Award MR. AND MRS. N. J. RYCHENER ATHLETIC AWARD Mr. R. O. Rychener, an alumnus of Archbold High School, and now a successful surgeon in Memphis, Ten- nessee, who has long been noted for his loyal support of all athletics in the local school, last year established an Annual Senior Athletic Award of $100 cash, to a gradu- ating senior boy. This scholarship was named in honor of Mr. Rychener’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Rychener, local residents, who always had a keen interest in the local school. The award is to be made on the following basis: thirty per cent athletic ability; thirty per cent scholar- ship; twenty per cent general school attitude; and twen- ty per cent neatness and personal appearance. DR. R. O. RYCHENER Paul Sigg, class of 1948, was the third winner of the Rychener Award. Aden Storrer, class of 1946, and Gerald Lehman, class of 1947, were the previous winners. 81SPORTS SCENES Sport Scenes from Archbold High School During the School Year 1948-1949 The Future Fellers, Mikans and Pattons 82 COMMERCIALS Readers of the 1949 edition of the Blue Streak! This annual was made available to you at a reasonable price through the fine cooperation and financial support of the merchants of this community. They have given material evidence of their good will toward our school and their support is greatly appreciated by the Gradu- ating Class of 1949. Let’s extend our patronage and good will to them in the same friendly manner in which they have given it to us. 83flflyfBTJSWS DlilrCTUilY Attorney-at-Law Owen Rice Auctioneers ELIAS FREY Lehr Fulmer, Bryan Raymond Laser Peter J. Short Denver Stuckey Auction Sales LUGBILL BROS., INC. YODER AND FREY Banks FARMERS . MERCHANTS STATE BK. PEOPLES STATE BANK Barber and Beauty Shops Belle’s Beauty Shoppe Fankhauser’s Barber Shop Florence’s Beauty Shoppe F. E. Grime’s Barber Shop Kay’s Beauty Shoppe Joe Litwiller’s Barber Shop Stahl’s Barber Shop, Elmira Builders and Contractors BEHRMAN’S, Ridgeville Liechty Bros. RIEGSECKER BROS. Chiropractic Health Service Dr. E. P. Bednar Coal Dealers Eicher Coal Co. Concrete Products ARCHBOLD CONCRETE PRODUCTS Elmira Block and Tile Co. Confectioners Arage Confectionery First’s Confectionery, Pettisville Clothing - Furnishings Lauber Clothing Co. Rufenacht’s Haberdashery Dairy Products and Ice Cream H. NAFZIGER’S DAIRY J. NOFZIGER’S DAIRY K. Short’s Dairy Store Ditching, Excavating and Bull Dozing Clyde Gigax, Elmira MILLER BROS. Elden Roth and Paul Thierry Drug Stores CITY DRUG STORE RED CROSS DRUG STORE Dry Cleaners Bancroft Cleaners Dry Goods and Notions Archbold Dry Goods Helen’s Dry Good Electrical Appliances Twiss Tire Appliance, Elmira Elden Roth Kenneth Roth Farm Equipment Babson Bros. KING-WYSE MFG. CO. STACEY FARM EQUIPMENT Elmira Floor Covering SHORT’S FLOOR COVERING Florists Archbold Greenhouse Food Processing LACHOY FOOD PRODUCTS Swift and Co., Defiance Funeral Homes GRISIER’S FUNERAL HOME Short’s Funeral Home 84fiDVhJiTJSJjjB aja£t-may Garages and Service Stations Archbold Sales and Service BRENISER’S SERVICE CHRISTY MOTOR SALES Crossgrove Garage, Elmira Larry’s Station Leupp Garage, Stryker LIECHTY MOTOR SALES C. S. Mast MILLER AUTO SUPPLY Myers Body Shop NOEZ1NGER BROS. PAUL’S FRIENDLY SERVICE Grain Mills and Elevators ARCHBOLD SEED GRAIN ELMIRA ELEVATOR Pettisville Elevator Retail Foods Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. Corner Market Disbrow Bakery Franks’ Store, Zone LUGBILL’S MARKET Meister’s Grocery, Pettisville Rich Food Lockers D. P. Roth Son, Elmira RUFFER’S MARKET Hardware and Lumber GOTSHALL MFG. CO. STOTZER HARDWARE vernier McLaughlin, PROBECK CO. Hatcheries RUPP’S ARCH BOLD Hatchery Home Furnishings RUPP FURNITURE CO. Short’s Furniture Store Your Furniture Home Insurance Paul E. Beck John Couch Ora Rupp A. J. Stamm W. G. Theobald Glen Zimmerman Live Stock and Meat Packing LUGBILL BROS., INC. LLOYD MYERS Emmet Short Music Sales and Service Honolulu Conservatory, Wauseon Ives Music Shop Newspaper Publishers Archbold Buckeye Fulton County Expositor Wauseon Republican Petroleum Products Herman Britsch JESSE L. SHORT OIL GO. Photography SELLERS STUDIO Plumbing and Heating H. L. Fraas Son L. B. Frey Sons, Pettisville Gearing’s Heating Plumbing Poultry Products PETER J. EICHER SON Sam H. Nofziger Public Utilities Ohio Gas Co. Radio and Appliance Service Ed,s Radio Service, Elmira HARVEY RADIO SERVICE Wauseon Hughes Radio Sales Service Rawleigh Products Ervin Rupp Real Estate Hackett Salsbury Recreation H. Nagel 85Restaurants Bud and Gert’s, Stryker French’s Place Jo’s Corner Kleck’s Home Restaurant Scaffolding Equipment B1L-JAX CO. Feed and Seed FAGLEY SEED CO. Nofziger Purina Service Nelson Rupp—DeKalb Rychener Seed Co., Pettisville Shoe Repair Stork’s Shoe Repair Theaters SCOTT THEATRE Trucking and Freight Mac Buehrer WILLARD C. MILLER Edgar B Rath HERMAN SHORT Variety Stores Fish and Schroeder Vending Machines Sam Miller Veterinarians Dr. J. R. Peters Welding and Repair Cleo Peters, Pettisville Stannard’s Repair Shop, Elmira WOTRING’S MACHINE SHOP Woodworking ARCH BOLD LADDER CO. BAER SPECIALTY CO. Lauber Mfg. Co. Leininger Cabinet Works, Elmira J. D. Miller and Son New York Boat Oar Co. SAUDER MFG. CO. SAUDER WOODWORKING Sommers Woodworking Miscellaneous Paul Berry, Elmira BUCKEYE RABBITRY Floyd Gautsche Earl Rychener Gravel Co. Mickey Mouse Pyrofax Gas Co. J. D. Polite Richard Polite 86Senior Farewell Many years ago we started our careers in the Archbold Public School. As the time comes for us to leave it seems only a few days ago that we started. Several times we’ve had to work hard on special occasions and yet we had our fun too. Being Seniors we realize that bitter and sweet comes together. As we have gone thru our s;aool years, v c learned that o..r ccaehers were happy La neip and direct us. We realize as we approach our graduation that we soon will be going on alone, we will no longer have leaders to depend on because we, also, will be leaders. As our final thanks we wish to express our deep appreciation to our teachers, parents and friends who have made our stay at Arch- bold School a pleasant one. And, So, Farewell. 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