Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1952 volume:
PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
ARCHBOLD HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR IN CHIEF ---------- DENVER WYSE
ASSISTANT EDITOR IACK LAUBER
BUSINESS MANAGER MARLIN RIEGSECKER
FACULTY ADVISER I H SPENGLER
Time truly does ily. It seems but yesterday since we entered high school
and now it is time for us to depart. To us, the seniors, it brings to a close the
most important era of our lives. It is with mixed feelings of emotion that we
depart from our Alma Mater. We realize that it has asked much of us, but it
has given more. We want always to remember our high school days, because
the future can only enrich those experiences so dear to all of us. It is with
these thoughts in mind that the Class of 1952 brings you this edition of the Blue
Streak. It is our wish to review all of the things which were a part of our
school life during the year. We hope that the familiar scenes and faces will
help you recall the many happy hours you have spent in school life. As time
writes finis to our school days, we sadly contemplate the future, realizing that
school days were truly the richest experiences in our lives.
ENGRAVING - - GRAPHIC ARTS CORPORATION
PHOTOGRAPHY - - - - SELLERS' STUDIO
PRINTING - - ADRIAN COLLEGE PRESS
BINDING - - KALMBACHER BOOK BINDING CO.
During the past several years the businessmen of Archbold and sur-
rounding areas have contributed generously toward the publication of a high
school annual. They have generously supported athletics, music, science,
and other school activities with financial assistance as well as displaying a
keen interest in the school in general. This support and attitude on the part
of the businessmen is greatly appreciated by the entire school and its various
In appreciation for what they have done for us, we, the Senior Class of
nineteen hundred fifty two, wish to dedicate this issue of the Blue Streak to
all who have so generously supported the school and its activities during
the past years. U
Ly ARCHBOLD HIGH scHoo1.
Archbold High School graduated its first class in 1891. The class of 1952 marks the si:1t.e.h class to be g azlualed.
More than a thousand young men and women have graduated from here since 1891. They may literally be found in all
parts of the world. The fame, fortune, and success which many of them have achieved is ample evidence that their Alma
Mater did well by them. Thus an eduggfignql institiyion juslifies its somewhat costly existence. Education, the American
Way, and Christianity continue to be the chief pillars of the lhi11CJS we hold dear.
The old Elementary Building was the only building on our campus until 1924, when the present Industrial Arts Build.ng
was constructed. The present High School was built in 1930. In 1937 lhe German Township 5Cl109lS GI13 the Afchbold
Schools were consolidated into the present district. A New Vocational Agriculture Buildinq was opened in 1918. In May
of 1949 work was begun on the new Elementary Building. It was ready for use in the fall of 1950 and was a fine addition
to the school.
Several other additions will be needed in the near future. An Elementary gymnasium, an addition of classrooms to
the High School, and a new Industrial Arts Building have all been suggested by the State Department Ol Education.
The school has had a continuous growth and it industrial and economic factors in our community may be as a baro-
meter this growth will continue indefinitely.
I H. Spengler, Local Superintendent of Scho 1
BOARD or' EDUCATION
I. R. Peters, Vice-President, Melvin Winzeler, Iames Barger, Owen Rice, Clerk, I. H. Spengler,
E. R. Murbach, President. Lyle Osbom.
The Graduating Class of 1952 wishes to pay its respects to the Board of
Education of our School. As we are about to leave we become aware of the
fact that we have had the advantages of a fine school building and its excel-
lent facilities. We do not often pause to ask who makes these things possible,
but we are sincere in our expression 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 know that your
material rewards are as none and that your criticisms are often great. It is
only in the knowledge that your contributions of time and effort are a genuine
service to the youth of our community that your rewards must lie. We sin-
cerely wish to acknowledge our debt of gratitude to you and the public whom
you represent, and as we leave we humbly say, "Thanks a lot for everything."
Mr. Spengler, Betty Ptychener, Mr. Lorton, Mr. Burkholder
R. L. LORTON: Elementary Principal
B. S. Oberlin, M. A. Ohio State University
BETTY RYCHENER: School Secretary
I. H. SPENGLER: Local Superintendent of Schools
B. S. Bowling Green State University
M. A. University ot Michigan
IACOB BURKHOLDEB: High School Principal
B. S., A. B., Adrian College
M. A. Bowling Green State University
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
Back Row: Mr. Burkholder. Mx. Knab. Mr. Slesnick, Mr. Conroy. Mr. Parker, Mr. Homish. Mr.
Front Row: Mr. Spengler, Miss Fagley. Mrs. Bourquin, Miss Rupp, Miss Manhart, Mrs. Keim.
Iacob Burkholder: High School Principal
B.A., B.S. Adrian College
M.A. Bowling Green State
Ioseph Knab: English, Latin
B.S. Xavier University
Irwin Slesnick: Science
B.S. Bowling Green State
Robert Conroy: Physical Education
B.S. Bowling Green State
Thomas L. Parker: Mathematics
B.A. Ohio University
M.A. Ohio State
Donald I. Hornish: Industrials Arts
El. Degree, Manchester
B.S. Ohio Northern
Francis I. Menichetti: Music
Iacob H. Spengler: Superintendent
B.S. Bowling Green State
Ruth H. Fagley: Home Economics, English
B.S. Defiance College
Gayle Bourquin: Librarian, Latin
B.S. Bowling Green State
Evelyn Rupp: English, Commercial
B.S. Bowling Green State
Margaret Manhart: Social Studies
B.S. Bowling Green State
Elva Keim: Commercial
B.S. Ohio State
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Back Row: Miss Frey, Mr. Rychener, Mrs. Tressler, Mr. Lorton, Mrs. Spengler. Mr. Robinson,
Front Row: Miss Notziger. Miss Aschliman. Mrs. Bernath, Mrs. Burkholder, Miss Rupp, Mrs.
Walter. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Frey.
Maxine Frey: Second Grade
Kenneth Bychener: Sixth Grade
B.S. Ohio State University
Bowling Green State U.
Marvel Tressler: Music
Bowling Green State
R. L. Lorton: Elementary Principal
M.A. Ohio State
Dorothy Spengler: Fourth Grade
Bowling Green State U.
Iack Robison: Sixth Grade
Bowling Green State U.
Mary Zimmerman: Third Grade
Bowling Green State
Mabel Nofziger: Fourth Grade
Bowling Green State
Kathryn Aschliman: First Grade
Mildred Bernath: First Grade
Bowling Green State
Hazel Burkholder: Fifth Grade
Bowling Green State
Mary Ellen Rupp: Second Grade
B.S. Goshen College
Florence Walter: Kindergarten
Treva Miller: Third Grade
Bowling Green State
Bessie Frey: Second Grade
B.A. Goshen College
Bowling Green State
FACULTY SNAPSH OTS
A look at some of the faculty members when they were out of their classrooms. They appreciate vocations and lei
sure time too.
A nice, clean building is always an incentive to do a good day's work.
Many hours of hard labor are necessary to have our buildings in readiness
for a new day of school each morning.
Good food: we simply can't get along without it. It keeps us going and
doing our best. We are all sincerely grateful for our kitchen staff because we
just know that there are none better. How could there be?
No one envies the bus driver his thankless task. He must battle the
weather, bad roads. and a few "bad" kids. Regardless of the obstacles en-
countered these men do a fine job of transporting several hundred pupils to
and from school daily.
The combined efforts of these folks is an essential part in the daily routine
of our school. Thanks to all of you for the parts you have played in our years
at Archbold High School.
Earl Bourquin Art Taylor
Ella Beck. Mary Grime, Christine Grime, Bessie Short
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Virgil DeGroff Lawrence Schmucker Wesley Thomas Garfield Gigax Howard Reed
Sully Scales, Ralph Burkholder, Glendon Schcmiz, Harriet Spengler
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Ralph Burkholder Farmer
Class Pres., Honor Holl, Honor Society Pres., Student
Council, A-Association, Basketball, Baseball, Scholar-
ship Tests, Band, Brass Sextet, Brass Quintet, County
Festival, Chorus, F.F.A. Quartet, Past Treas. and
Present V. Pres. of F.F.A., "A Case of Springtime."
"One Foot In Heaven."
Denver Wyse Business
Basketball, Baseball, Track, Noon Games Capt., Vice
Pres. Class 1-4, Pres. oi Class 3, Student Council,
Chorus, Glee Club, Prince ol Peace, Honor Roll, A-
Association, Editor oi Annual, Sci-Questa Club, "Mum-
bo Iumbo," "Hillbilly Courtship."
Lyle Lauber Business
Class Secretary, Track. A-Association, Honor Roll,
Noon Games, Chorus. Glee Club, County Festival,
Music Competition, "Mumbo Iumbo," "A Case ol
Mary Sue Rychener Nurse
Mixed Chorus, Glee Club Pres., Noon Games, Honor
Society, FHA Pres., Sr. Class Treas., Mixed Octette,
County Festival, Alpha Honor Roll. Prince oi Peace
Contest, Scholarship Tests, Librarian, Ping-Pong
Champion, "Lelawala," "A Case ol Springtime,"
"Mumbo Iumbo," Elementary Otlice Assistant.
I H Spengler Local Superintendent of Schools
Gene Bemath Business
Band, Brass Sextet, Brass Quintet, Trombone Solist,
Basketball, A-Association, Honor Roll, Glee Club, V.
Pres., County Festival, Science Competition, Student
Council, Sci-Questa Club, Ping-Pong Champion,
"Hillbilly Courtship." "One Foot in Heaven."
Hattie Clinqarncrn Nurse
Glee Club, Chorus, Band, Social Club, Pres., Noon
Games, Captain, Mixed Octette, Girls Sextette, Science
Club, Treas. 2, Sec. 4, Student Council, Treas., Na-
tional Honor Society, County Festival, Alpha Honor
Roll, Scholarship Tests, Science Competition, Science
Fair Master Committee, Clarinet Quartet. Cheerleader,
Music Competition, Ping-Pong Champion, Boys and
Girls Glee Acc., "Le1awala," "Hillbilly Courtship,"
Harley Theo Gaddis Law Enforce:
Glee Club, Science Club, Archette Stait, lVfa'ntenance,
Bruce Giqax Engineering
Maintenance, Noon Games, Track.
Ioan Gigax Music Teacher
Science Competition, Sextet, Sci-Questa Club, Music
Competition, Social Club, Chorus, Glee Club, Band,
Honor Roll, Honor Society, Student Council, Scholar-
ship Test, County Festival, Boys Accompanist, Noon
Games, "A Case oi Springtime" "Lelawala," "Muml:o
Robert William Gigax Farmer
Track, Parliamentary Procedure, FFA otiicer, Baseball,
Conna Graber Stenographer
Bookkeeping Contest, Chorus, Glee Club, Honor Roll.
Office Assistant, County Festival, Science Competition,
"Lelawala," "A Case oi Springtime," "One Foot In
Heaven," Cafeteria Aid.
Donna Graber Secretary
Spring Concert, Librarian, Girls Glee, County Festival,
Cafeteria Aid. Bowling Green Competition, Science
Competition, Chorus, "One Foot In Heaven."
Carolyn Grirne Nurse
Twirler, Drum MaQorette, Noon Games, Sci-Questa
Club, Sextette, Mis-lit Quartet, Chorus, Glee Club,
County Festival, Summer Dramatics, Honor Roll, Office
Assistant, Cheerleader, Twirling Classes, Fulton Coun-
ty Baton Coniest, Scholarship Tests, Music Competi-
ton, Science Fair, "Lel:xwala," "A Case of Sprinq-
time," "One Foot In Heaven," "Mumbo Iumbo."
Dick Grirne Automobile Salesman
Rollin Hayes Business
Basketball, Track, Noon Games, Mixed Chorus, Glee
Club, Prince of Peace Contest, Honor Roll, County
Festival, Scholarship Tests, "Mumbo Iumbof'
Elaine Kemig Secretary
Chorus, Glee Club, County Festival, Soclal Club, Sci-
Questa Club, Home-Ec. Club, Cheerleader, Fort Wayne
Twirling School, Assistant Majorette, "A Case ol
Springtime," "One Foot In Heaven."
Florence King Secretary
Mixed Chorus. Glee Club, Spring Concert. County
Festival, Music Competition, Honor Roll, Grade School
Ollice Assistant, Cafeteria Aid.
lack Lauber Teacher
Chorus, Glee Club, Basketball, School Projectionist,
Band, Honor Roll, Music Competition, Scholarship Tests,
Sci-Questa Club, V. Pres., Summer Dramatics, Science
Fair, Noon Games, Ass't Editor of Annual, "Mumbo
Iumbo," "A Case of Springtime."
Mary Ellyn Lauber Nurse
Chorus, Girls Glee, Sextette, County Festival, Science
Fair, Sci-Questa Club, Science Competition Social Club
Sec. and Treas., Sludent Council, National Honor
Society, Honor Roll, Cheerleader, Noon Games, Class
Sec., "Miss Archbold," "Hillbilly Courtship," "One
Foot In Heaven," "Mumbo Iumbo," Aitendant to
Dick Miller Farmer
Muriel Miller Bookkeeper
Chorus, Glee Club, Honor Roll, So:i:rl Club, Cafeteria
Aid, Sci-Questa Club, Music Competftion, Boukkeeo-
ing Contest, "A Case of Springtime," "One Foot In
Iames Myers Success in Business
Band V. Pres., Brass Sextet, A-Association, Basketball
Manager, Baseball, Chorus, Glee C.ub, Sci-Questa,
Band Council, Noon Games, County Festlval, "Mumba
Iumbo." "Hillbilly Courtship."
Benny Pidbirny To Make Good
Chorus, Boys Glee, Track, Noon Games. Honor Roll.
Ann Reidell Interior Decorator
Boys Glee and Chorus Accompanist, Chorus, Girls
Glee, Honor Roll, Typing Contest, Science Club,
Noon Games, "Mumba Iumbo."
Marlin Riegsecker Business
Chorus, Glee Club, Boys Quartet, Mixed Octet, Noon
Games, President ninth grade, Annual Business Mgr.,
Honor Roll, S,udent Council, Sci-Questa Cub, Science
Competition, "l.elawala," "Mumba Iumbo," "A Case
Donald Ruienacht Farmer
FFA, FFA Reporter, FFA Parliamentary Procedure,
FFA Honor Roll, Track.
Iames Rupp Farmer
FFA, Parliamentary Procedure, FFA Treas.
Velma Rupp Secretary
Glee Club, Chorus, FHA, Home-Ec. Club, Cafeteria
Aid, Librarian, Music Competitlon, Prince of Peace
Contest. "A Case oi Springtime," "One Foot In
S E N I O R S
Sally Scales Research Work or Receptionist
Glee Club, Chorus, Band, Social Club, Noon Games,
Misfits Quartet, Clarinet Quartet, Girls Sextette, Science
Club, Student Council, Class Pres., National Honor
Society Sec., County Festival, Alpha Honor Roll.
Scholarship Tests, Summer Dramatics, Music Competi-
tion, Science Competition, Westinghouse Science Talent
Search Test, Valetiictorian, "Hillbilly Courtship,"
"Mumbo Iumbo," "Lelawala," "One Foot In Heaven."
Glendon Schantz To Make Good
Science Club, S.udent Council, Honor Roll, Noon
Games, Scholarship Tests, Science Competition, Vice
Pres. Iunior Class, Science Fair.
Carol lean Schmucker Secretary
Chorus, Glee Club, FHA, Honor Roll, County Festival.
Science Pro'ect, Typing Contest, Music Compelition.
Cafeteria Aid, Scholarship Tests, "A Case oi Spring-
time," "One Foot In Heaven."
Gerald Short Farmer
FFA, FFA Honor Roll, Track, A-Association. Basket-
ball, Noon Games.
Marlin I. Short Farmer
FFA, FFA Parliamentary Procedure, FFA Honor Roll.
B111 Short Farmer
Harriet Spengler Nurse
National Science Fair, Sci-Questa Club, Honor Society,
Alpha Honor Roll, Gen. and Senior Scholarship Tests,
Girls Quartet, Glee Club. Clarinet Quartet, County
Festival, Bowling Green Audition, Accompanist, Surn-
mer Dramatics, Social Club, Noon Games, Band. lr.
Academy oi Science, Salutatorian, "Lelawala," "Hill-
billy Courtshipf' "One Foot In Heaven."
Lowell Spiess Aeronautical Engineer
Sci-Questa Club, Glee Club, Chorus, County Festival.
Class Treas., Honor Roll, Science Competition at Bowl-
ing Green and Miami, Science Fair, Senior Scholarship
Tesis, Baseball, Basketball, Track, DeVilbis Night
Relays, District Track Meet, "One Foot In Heaven,"
S E N I O R S
Marvin Stoner Business
Basketball. Baseball, Track, Glee Club, Chorus, Honor
Roll, County Festival, A-Association, "One Foot ln
Heaven," "Hillbilly Courtship."
Darrell Stuckey Music Teacher
Sci-Questa Club, Pres., Band, Chorus, County Festival.
Glee Club, Boys Quartet. Mixed Octette, Honor Roll.
School Projectionist, Science Competition, Band Coun-
cil, Music Competition, Solo Competition, "Lelawala."
"A Case of Springtime," "One Foot In Heaven."
George Wagner Farmer
FFA Sec., FFA Pres., FFA Iudging Team, FFA Parlia-
mentary Procedure, FFA Quartet, Chorus, Boys Quar-
tet. Mixed Octette, Noon Games, "A Case ot Spring-
time," "One Foot In Heaven."
Patricia Winzeler Elementary Ed.
Honor Society, Summer Dramatics, Noon Games, Cap-
tain. Social Club, County Festival. Sci-Questa Club,
Chorus, Glee Club, Band, Clarinet Quartet, Girls'
Sextette, Home-Ec Club, Alpha Honor Roll. Scholar-
ship Tests, Mis-tits Quartet, Halloween Queen. Senior
Scholarship Test, Science Compeition, Music Com-
petition, Science Fair, "Mumba Iumbo," "Lelawala,"
Herbert Wyse Comedian
Chorus, Blee Club, County Festival. Noon Games.
"Hillbilly Courtship," "A Case of Sprpingtimef' "Lela-
Iohn Wyse Farmer
FFA. Parliamentary Procedure, Chorus, Glee Club.
Noon Games, FFA Quartet, County Festival, Class
Sec. and Treas., "Lelawala." "One Foot In Heaven."
Iohn Young Business
Baseball, Basketball, Track, Honor Roll, A-Association,
Sci-Questa Club, Glee Club, County Festival, Chorus.
Class Sec., District Track Meet, DeVi1bis Night Relays.
"Hillbilly Courtship," "Mumba Iumbo."
Iames Ziegler Business
Chorus, Glee Club, Noon Games, Honor Roll, Basket-
ball. Band, Music Competition, Prince ot Peace Cou-
test, Boys Quartet, Mixed Octet, "Le1awala." "One
Foot In Heaven."
Seniors are usucxlly not as serious as they should be. The reason they are so cure-free
is that they don't know os yet what the future will demand of them. They'1l find out soon
enough, so here is to their happy days: may they enjoy them to the fullest extent.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
ln September 1948 fourteen students from Elmira and seven from Zone
joined the thirty-four from Archbold to become the future seniors of 1952.
Fifty-five students were initiated and made full-fledged members of A.H.S.
Under the guidance of President Marlin Riegsecker, they also gave the sopho-
mores a good return party.
The next year all these students came back except seven. They elected
Sally Scales to be their leader. Under her guidance they picked out their
class rings and pins and decided what plays they would give as Iuniors.
Four more students dropped out at the beginning of their Iunior year
and one more later. In their busiest year, Denver Wyse, a most capable
president was elected. On November 3, 1950, they presented a hilarious play,
"HILLBILLY COURTSHIPH and on March 27 their other play, "A CASE OF
SPHIIiGTl1VlE." Then all the year's work was brought to a point when they
entertained the seniors at the Iunior-Senior Banquet and Prom. The chosen
theme was "OVER THE RAINBOW."
In their last year, they lost another classmate after school started. They
elected Ralph Burkholder to lead them during their last year of high school.
'lhey decided to publish another annual, so much work and planning was
put into that. On April 18 they were entertained royally in Neptune's Court
at the Iunior-Banquet given them by the Iuniors. On April 21 they all attended
Career Day at Wauseon. This year they presented two plays. On April 29
they put on the comedy "MUlVIBO' lUlVlBO" and on May 2 "ONE FOOT IN
HEAVEN." On May 18 they assembled in the auditorium for their Baccalau-
rsat: service with Reverend Dietz from St. Martins Lutheran Church as the
speaker. May 20 was the date of the commencement exercises for the class
with Grove Patterson giving the address. Finally on May 725, they left on
their trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City, thus ending their days
at A.H.S. with the various members of the class going into many different
Walks of life.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
The Archbold Advocate
Editor-in-chief .7,,v....,..AAA, ,Y.....,A,,., PAT WINZELER May 20, 1977
Cub Reporter V ......4, SALLY "SCOOP" SCALES
"LITTLE RODEO" IN TOWN
The largest little rodeo east of the Mississippi,
headed by Bruce "Slim" Gigox cmd his sharp-
shooter wife, the former Carol Iean Schmucker,
arrives here Wednesday afternoon. Daredevil
Gerald Short has yet to find the horse that can
throw him. Will this be the time? Tickets
now on sale.
The eminent Evangelist, Billy Short, will hold
his semi-annual revival meetings every night
this week in the school gymnasium. The
Youth Choristers, led by Reverend Iohn Young,
will render inspirational hymns.
Guest speaker at the meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union, held at the home
of President Mary Sue Rychener, was Mr. Her-
bert Wyse. His speech was entitled "Bring
Back Prohibition." His final words were, "Take
all the liquor and throw it in the river!" The
meeting was closed with the singing of the
fine old hymn, "Shall We Gather at the River?"
PRESIDENT DECLARES NO INCOME TAX
Too Much Money In Treasury
President Denver L. Wyse stated today that
the nation is entering a period of prosperity.
The reason for this is, of course, the World
Peace Treaty signed recently at Copenhagen.
Foreign Correspondent Benny Pidbirny reports
similar conditions in all European and Asiatic
countries: and, as a result, they are paying
back all debts and interest due. So, for the
time being, we will have no income taxes.
Rumor has it that Hattie Clingaman will waltz
down the aisle again, this time with the Oil
King, Donald Ruienacht. It is suspected that
the engagement gift will be a vermillion
Miss Harriet Spengler, who began her nurs-
ing career at Percy Iones Hospital, has finally
received the transfer which she applied for
when veterans were replaced by WACS
twenty-five years ago. Colonel Ann Reidell
speaks for the staff in saying that Miss Spengler
will be greatly missed.
Latest style in mink evening wraps was
worn by Velma Rupp Short, wife of mink ty-
coon, Marlin I. Short, at the banquet held in
honor of Iames Ziegler, who recently returned
from another of his trips to the moon.
The prominent Ioan Gigax is planning to
hold a private concert for her promising stu-
dent, Iames Rupp. The newly discovered Mr.
Rupp will play classical numbers on the cello.
It is rumored that the well known talent scout
for the Philharmonic Symphony, Darrell
Stuckey, will be among those invited.
Florence King's Blond Bombers were again
rated top girls' basketball team in the nation.
We extend our heartiest congratulations.
Glendon Schantz, The Swedish Devil, won
his match last night with Gypsy George Wag-
ner who, incidently, put up quite a fight. The
mighty Gypsy gave Mrs. Schantz, the former
Muriel Miller, several moments of real anx-
Superintendent Iohn Wyse. who succeeded
the retired I. H. Spengler, has announced that
school will be held only three times a week.
"This is due," Coach Stoner reported, "to the
change in training rules." The change referred
to is a 12:30 curfew on all week days except
Friday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and
week-ends when they must be in by the time
they feel sleepy.
Does your piano need tuning? When you
play "Prelude in Cil: Minor" does it sound
like "Uncle Zeb With His Fiddle?" If your
piano sounds like this, then send for that piano
virtuoso, Mary Ellyn Lauber. Reasonable rates.
Appearing at the Roxy this week is Dick
"Roll 'em in the aisles" Grirne, who does a
marvelous soft shoe act and really proves
that Vaudville is not dead. His piano-pound-
ing partner is Theo "Fingers" Gaddis.
The Little Theatre Around the Corner will
present, this week only, a modernized version
of "Charley's Aunt" starring Dick Miller and
Carolyn Grime in the leading roles. The play
is directed by Robert Giqax, noted playwright.
Box office records were completely shattered
at the Lyric Saturday evening as the noted
Slapstick Comedy team, Spiess and Lauber.
made a personal appearance. When asked
about rumored parting of ways, Spiess replied,
"We have thought of no such thing. Where
Lyle goes, I go."
Hayes' Haberdashery has in a new stock
of "straight from the loom" union suits.
Opening of the new restaurant Donna 6.
Gene's Beanery" Saturday at 1:00. Free
lollipops to all the kiddies.
"Why be fat?" Reigsecker's Reducing Re-
sort, having been closed for new plumbing,
will re-open August 5th. Chief Masseur Iames
Myers, and his able-bodied assistant Ralph
Burkholder say, "Are you flabby? Do you sag
over the belt? Then comes to us."
Iack "Antoine" Lauber announces a special
on "Mongrel" haircuts. With each haircut.
you receive a manicure by Conna Graber and
a shoeshine by Elaine Kernig.
It is with profound regret that we announce the death of the well-known and highly re-
spected Senior class of the Archbold High School. After its remarkable achievement recent-
ly with the examinations, which it passed with flying colors, the class was noticed to be chang-
ing perceptibly, Upon skilled diqgngsis, the trouble proved to be an enlargement of the intel-
lect which, after a lingering attack lasting four years, caused the demise of the class on May 18
The senior class was one respected and loved by all who knew it and will be greatly miss-
ed in the social, athletic, and educational circles of the school and neighborhood. Its qualities
of industry, idealism, and charm endeared it to all who had the pleasure of its aCquaintaI1C9.
and it will be sincerely mourned by the faculty, classmates, and friends.
Its place in the social life of the school was by no means small and in the field of athlet-
ics it was widely known. In its mental achievements, however, it attained its greatest distinc-
tion and gained high honors.
The passing of the Senior class leaves a void in the intellectual circles of the school that
will be long marked. The loss of this class will be deeply felt in the community also, and it will
be difficult to assemble another with so much public spirit and power of accomplishment.
The Senior class is survived by a Iunior class, a Sophomore class and a Freshman class.
The first mentioned will be appointed to the place left vacant by the untimely decease of the
Senior class, but can in no measure fill the position, nor will it be expected to do so at first.
A great class has gone from us, and together we mourn its passing, consoling ourselves
with this thought: "ls quen di amant adulescens moritur," which means, "He whom the gods
love dies while a youth." i
The funeral services were held in the auditorium on May 20, 1952. Attendance at the serv-
ices was by invitation only, and all friends were requested to attend, bearing flowers and gifts.
Services were conducted by Grove Patterson, Editor-in-chief of the Toledo Blade.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and L
Fifty-two, on leaving this institution of learn-
ing, being of sound mind and memory do be-
these valued possessions.
To the faculty of Archbold High
School we leave spanking new
wigs to replace the hair they pull-
ed out on our behalf.
To the Iuniors we leave the head-
aches of putting out another an-
To the Sophomores we leave the
suggestion "Hornet's Hideout" as
a possible theme for the 1953 ban-
To the Freshmen we leave the
heartwarming respect our teach-
ers had for us.
V To our efficient school secretary,
Betty Io Rychener, we leave the
thought of next year's seniors
taking over in the office as we did.
I, Gene Bernath, will my talent on
the trombone to Don Short.
I, Ralph Burkholder, will not much of any-
thin to anyone who will accept it.
I, Hattie Clingaman, will my freckles to any-
one who can afford to buy freckle cream.
I, Theo Gaddis, will my manly physique to
anyone who can carry it around.
I, Bruce Gigax, Will my manly stride to Norman
I, Ioan Gigax, will my dark rimmed glasses to
I, Robert Gigax, will my car to anyone who
can afford to buy gas every 10 miles.
I, Conna Graber, will my bookkeeping ability
to next year's strugglers.
I, Donna Grober, will my curly hair to Sally
Palmer provided she keeps it that way.
I, Carolyn Grime, will my scatter brains to
I, Dick Grime, will my many girl-friends to
Paul Yoder so he can get a start in life.
I, Rollin Hayes, will my
speech to anyone who
I, Elaine Kernig, will my
Sharon Lindley so she
I, Florence King, will my
Stutzman so she can enjoy life.
I, lack Lauber, will my ability to play the piano
to Ted Lovejoy so he can be his own ac-
companist during the tuba solos he plays.
ability to write a
can memorize it.
twirling class to
can get an early
giggles to Velda
I, Lyle Lauber, will my discus throw to Iim
I, Mary Ellyn Lauber, will my musical ability
to Norma Burkholder.
I, Dick Miller, will my height to Stanley
Muriel Miller, will my friendliness to Mary
Winzeler provided she use it.
Iames Myers, will a pair of chartreuse socks
to every member of the band so they can
wear them instead of black ones.
Benny Pidbirny, will my cosmopolitan ap-
pearance to Dee DeGroff.
Ann Reidell, will my taffy-colored hair to
Marlin Riegsecker, will my ability to play
ping-pong to Don Kleck.
Don Rufenacht, will my size 13-A-A-A shoes
to Barb Rich.
lames Rupp, will my flare with the ladies
to Dale Miller.
Velma Rupp, will my love magazines to
Mary Sue Rychener, will my ability to select
class plays to the Iunior Class so they can
be sure of getting a good one.
Sally Scales, will my ability to pronounce
words correctly to Mr. Slesnick.
Glendon Schantz, will Conette Nofzinger to
Carol lean Schmucker, will my quietness to
Ruth Ann Terrill.
Bill Short, will my ability to skip school and
get away with it to lim Buehrer.
Gerald Short, will my ability to yodel to
Marlin Short, will my perfect word enuncia-
tion to Bob Ilrwinl Roth.
Harriet Spengler, will my parking rights in
Bert Storrer's lane to the Sophomore girls.
Lowell Spiess, will my hook shot to "Huck"
Marvin Storrer, will my build to Charles Rieg-
secker so the girls will begin to appreciate
Darrell Stuckey, will my vibra-harp playing
to Betty Seiler so she can leam
George Wagner, will my tenor voice to
Pat Winzeler, will my half-hour exercises
each night to Sara Short.
Denver Wyse, will my ability to lead the
class to Eddie Io Lauber,
Herb Wyse, will my careful driving ability
to Orville Fricke.
Iohn D. Wyse, will my antique car to Henry
Ford unless it falls apart before he can
Iohn Young, will my four aces to anyone
who Wants to "bet the pot."
lim Ziegler, will my wise remarks in Chorus
to Bill Kemig so he can entertain Mr.
Mary Sue Rychener
Sunday Evening, May 18, at Eight O'clock
MUSICAL PRELUDE V,....v ,...,,....Y..,.. B arbara Rich
PROCESSIONAL . ,,.. 4...., ... ....,... G raduating Class
"MAY DAY CAROL" ,.... ...... ,..., ,..vV 4,...,..........,A,.... ,...,.. a rr. Deems Taylor
"THE GREEN CATHEDRAL" ..E..E,,......v...vV...,,EA....,.w....,, ....A.A,...w.,.... C arl Hahn
Girls' Glee Club
INVOCATION ..v,....ssA.....vss....ss...YY,....s.....ssss,..,,,...sss...,s.....w,,...,s,..,,....,... Rev. H. F. Hall
St. Iames Lutheran Church, Elmira, Ohio
HMORCEAU SYMPHONIQUE" .....V......i....,........,...........,.,.....,.......,..... by Guilmant
Trombone Soloist, Gene Bemath
SCRIPTURE READING oo...oo.o....,,....w.....,ooo,,.s,,...w.,o..o.,...,,.r....w,.... ..,,,o,.. R ev. Hall
"CLAIR DE LUNE" .... .....,,,..,,.A,....i......,,.....,,...oi......,.....w, .....,.. D e bussy
"FIFTH WALTZ" .....,....,,,,..,,.....,,,..,,,,,...,o,.,..,A,..,,,.,,,,, ,,Y,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,. G o dard
Piano Soloist, lack Lauber
BACCALAUREATE SERMON ,,..YYY.....ooo..,oo...Y.voY...,.,,.,....,,...,,,vo.,.,.,. Rev. E. W. Dietz
Pastor, St. Martin Lutheran Church, Archbold, Ohio
HYMN-"Holy, Holy, Holy" ...,.....Yi......,c..........v,..,..,....... Glee Club and Audience
BENEDICTION .vv,.......,.....wo,.. . A, , ......,.................. .....Rev. Hall
RECESSIONAL ....,. ,.....,,. A udience Seated
Tuesday Evening, May 20, at Eight O'clock
MUSICAL PRELUDE ..,..r.. .,..ss,.Y,.........,.,,,..o..,css...,,r,,...,s.,....,,,.,,... H igh School Band
F. I. Menichetti, Director
PROCESSIONAL ,.,,o,......V....v...YY...,,...ssr..,,.....,,r..r.......,.,....... ........ G raduating Class
"Pomp and Circumstance"
NATIONAL ANTHEM .,...,..,...,s....L,..,...,..........,..,,..................,.,. Band and Audience
INVOCATION .,.......v......,......,..s..Y,......s.......,,.....,A..,........,........,..,.. Rev. N. B. Wierwill
St. Iohn's Evangelical G Reformed Church
"HlS HONOR" .,Y...i......,....s......,w,,i.............. March ....Vi....,.,i....V......,V.Ys.......is..... Fillmore
High School Band
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ......,......sC.s....,....,.........ss......w,i.....Ys.. Grove Patterson
Editor in Chief, Toledo Blade
"PILGRIM'S SONG" ...Vss..,ll...ssl.,s,....,,,,...CCC.,,..,,,.C,s.c....csi.,..,,,.,...,s,. P. I. Tchaikovsky
"HURRICANE ON DE ISLAN' " ,l,.....ss....,Y,...,,..,, .vss.....,,i... 1 ,,,....w.,,i..... O live Dungan
Vocal Soloist, Walter Treadway
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ..i.,.....,......,.......,w.,,..........,...,,,. Board of Education
"SCHOOL DAYS" ,...,ss.....ss...,.,.........ss.....si....s.s...,s....,.ssi ,.s.......,.......,, a rr. Lang
High School Band
BENEDICTION ....... ....s.......,c,.s....,,.v,,....,si.,......, ........ R e v. Wierwill
Back Row: Iames Ziegler, Sally Scales, Velma Rupp, Caroline Grime, Gene Bernath, Ralph Burkholder, Darrell Stuckey
George Wagner, lohn Wyse, Marvin Storrer. Lowell Spiess.
Front Row: Harriet Spengler, Elaine Kernig, Conna Graber, Donna Graber, Carol Schmucker, Muriel Miller, Mary
Rev. William Spence, ai minister
Hope Spence, his wife , .
Hartzell, their son , ,
Eileen, their daughter , ,
Dr. Romer, a good friend
Louise, a pretty miss
THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS
ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN
Friday Night, May 2. 1952. 8:00 P.M.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
, ,. Harriet Spengler
,,,, ,.,,.. Elaine Kernig
Carol Jean Schmucker
Letty, a pest
Mrs. Sandow, a proud woman
Mrs. Digby, a chair singer
Georgie, her son , ,
Mrs. Cambridge, a church worker . ......,,.
Mrs. Jellison, a church worker
Maria, a pretty Mexican girl ,,,,,.... .,.......,.... D onna Graber Major Cooper, a man of sixty
Molly, a crusader .. , Conna Graber Bishop Sherwood, a just man
Ronny, her brother , Gene Bernath Rev. Frazer Spence, prologue and
Place: The little town
Time: About 1910
Act I: Scene
Act II: Scene
Act III: Scene
of Laketon, Iowa
Spence's parsonage. Early afternoon in April.
same. An hour later
A rainy afternoon in Iune
same. A Saturday afternoon in April.
same. Aftemoon a iew days later
Afternoon a iew days later.
, . . Carolyn Grim:
. Mary Ellyn Lauher
W, ...,,, ., Sally Scaes
John D. Wyse
Mary Sue Rychener
narration . ,.,.,,.,.,., Jim Ziegler
Scent 2: The same. A Sunday morning in Iune ol the following year.
PROLOGUE AND NARRATION
Pulpit of the Reverend Frazer Spence's Church in Laketon
Ushers: Ioan Gigax, Denver Wyse, Lyle Lauber,Hattie Clingaman, Patricia Winzeler, Marlin Rieg-
secker: Prompters: Jack Lauber, Ann Reidell: Music: Pipe organ recordings by Ioan Gigax: Stage
Managers: Marlin Short, Herbert Wyse: Director: Iacob Burkholderg Music between Acts: Iunior
Band, Mr. Menichetti directing.
Back Row: Marlin Riegsecker. Lyle Lauber, lack Lauber.
Middle Row: Hattie Clingamcm, Ann Reidell, Sally Scales. Mary Sue Rychener. Patricia Winzeler
Front Row: Caroline Grime, Mary Ellen Lauber, Ioan Gigax, Iames Myers
Mrs. Sarah Reynolds, Dick's Aunt
John Reynolds, her husband ,,,,,,,,... .
Dick Reynolds, a college boy .....,,
Pee-Wee Smith, his pal ...,.., , ,,,....,.
Tweety, a hired girl ..., ,,,,,A. , ,.,.,,,
Monahan, a state policeman ....,. .,,, .
Harold Custer, a very polite man .,
Mrs. Custer, his aged mother .,.....
John Young, Denver Wyse, Harley Gaddis, Rollin Hayes
THE SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS
Tuesday Nagin, April 29. 1952, sion P.M.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
..,,,, Ann Reidell
, ,.... Denver Wyse
., Rollin Hayes
Mr. Peter Beamish, who is blind ..,,. ,, ...,.. , ,, , . . John Young
Doctor Omahandra, a West indian mystic Lyle Lauber
Key Samedi, his ward ,,,.....,.... ,, .... ,.... ,...,, M a ry Sue Rychener
Madame Celeata, a native witch woman . .,,,, Mary Ellen Lauber
.... Pat Winzeler Peaches Greeding, a chorus girl ..,,,,,,, ,..,.. , ., ..., ,. Carolyn Crime
., , Marlin Riegsecker Lem Marblehead, sheriff of Milburn Jim Myers
., Jack Lauber Miss Emma Burpee, sheriff of Hope Town Hattie Clingaman
. ..,, Sally Scales Daisy, her ten-year-old niece .,.........,.,. ..., , . Joan C-igax
The action of the entire play takes place in the living room of Cherry Tree Farm, the
summer home ot the Reynolds in New England.
Act l: Scene 1: About five o'c1ock in the evening of a day in Iune
Scene 2: Two hours later.
Act Il: Very early the next morning
Act III: A second or two later
Ushers: Elaine Kernig, Donna Graber, Conna Graber, Carol lean Schmucker, George Wagner.
Ralph Burkholder: Prompters: Ann Reidell, Velma Rupp, George Wagner: Stage Properties: Miss
Ruth Fagley: Costumes and Make-up: Mrs. Keim: Director: Iacob Burkholder.
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Mary Ellen Nafziger
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Top Row: Stephanyi Pidbirny. Elaine Grieser, Belly Nicolen, Donna Butler, CoNette Noizinger.
Marjorie Fiser, Andy Murbach
Sixth Row: Ioe Crossgrove. Susie Stuckey, Barbara Lich, Ralph Cfoninger, Eddie Lcruber. Roger
Schantz. Ierry Grime
Filth Flow: Iunior Gautsche. Lowell Flory, Kenny Fankhcxuser. Robert Roth, Charles Riegsecker.
Iames Buehrer, Roy Schott
Fourth Row: Mary Winzeler, Shirley Grai. Dorothy Gecxrig. Mary Kunkle, Ruth Ann Terrell, Helen
Wlasiuk, Ieannie Croninger
Third Row: Norman Winqard. Pcxul Stuckey. Avon Roth, Mona Roth. Ethelmae Meck, Carolyn
Grieser, Okscma Holian
Second Row: Eileen Beaverson, Lowell Ruienacht, Mary Wlasiuk. Iomes Schmucker, Daryl Iolrnf
son. Gene Waidelich, Ethel Traut
Bottom Row: Mary Lou Rufier, Gene Rupp, Keith Short. Sue Young, Bill Kernig, Roger Miller.
lcm:s Clingaman, Everett Wyse
Betty Io Scott
Io Ann Brodbeck
Dee Ann Chrisiy
Cara Lou Stamm
Io Ann Huffman
HIGH SCHOOL SNAPSHOTS
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A few looks here cmd there of some of the high school students cmd some of the many cxciivities they engage in. Is il
any wonder that mosi of the pupils of today enjoy going to school? lt's not all work and no play.
Here are the real care-free days. Wou1dn't it be wonderful to relive these glorious days of early child
hood? They look happy cmd they are happy!
Carlos Grieser, Rczchcxel Sigg, Decm Rupp, Terry Murbuch. Mcxry Lou Roth, Ioan
Schrock, Ion Fish
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Back Row: Bonnie Short, Iohn Rupp, Gerald Myers, Susie Murbach, Victor Miller, Ruth Miller, Pamela Lauber.
Middle Row: Peggy Yoder, Shirley Wyse, Ianice Wyse, Ierry Tompson. Burdell Stuckey, Buddy Stuckey, Gary Short
Front Row: Graeme Lauber, Marilyn Gautsche, Donald Frey, Billy DeGroff, Donald Clair, Bernadine Beck.
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Back Row: Mary Lou Roth, Iohn Rich, Robert Miller, Clara Miller, Ray Mata, Robert Grieser, Nadine Gisel.
Middle Row: Herbert Rutter, Rex Ziegler, Merle Short, Joyce Short, Darlene Short, Bonnie Schroeder, Roy Santos.
Front Row: Carol Ann Gautsche, Donna Fleming, Barbara Dohm, James Davis, Dean Bueher, Darrel Bueher.
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Top Row: Connie Stamm, Sharon Lindley. Bonnie Haas, Patsy Gisel. Carol Erbscorn, Iuliene Crossgrove, Linda Brod-
beck. Michael Wyse.
Middle Row: Arlene Sauder, David Rupp, Patricia Rulenacht. Rollin Naiziger, Cloyce Nofziger, Iudith Naiziger, Doris
Miller, Ronny Wise.
First Row: Frank Winzeler, Peter Short, Delbert Britsch. Ronnie Borton, Gary Baus, Ieanette Wyse.
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Top Row: Tom Yoder. Byrdalene Wyse, Billie Kae Winzeler. Ray Trejo, Michael Sullivan, Sandra Schanq, Dean
Rupp, Merle Beck.
Middle Row: Tommy Grieser, Merle Grieser. Kenneth Graber, Louona Gisel, Ierry Dominique, Allred Dohm, Kay
Cassell, Leola Baer.
First Row: Stanley Ruifer, Nola Nofziger. Charlene Nafziger, Sandra Maust. Paul Lovejoy, Ioanne Lisak. Pauline
Kellicut, Sharon Aschliman.
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Top Row: Iunior Wyse, Patty Stamm, Eugene Spiess, Iackie Short, Betty Schultz, Cara Lou Shcrock, Mary Sauder.
Third Row: Allen Carter, Sally Huffman, Ronnie Hausch, Shelly Grieser, Tommy Gallaway, Diane Frey, Howard
Fausey. Second Row: Linda Collamore, Dwayne Rutenacht, Douglas Rich, Gene Nafziger, Roger Meier, Brenda King,
Carol lean Noiziger. First Row: Ierry Vonier, Roger Stuckey, Gene Baus, Iohn Baer, Allen Stuckey, Maureen Sulli-
van. Susie Rufenacht, Marilyn Davis.
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Back Row: David Menichetti, Paul Lauber, Merle Klopfenstein, Rex Hornish, Teresa Holian, Eunice Hall, Duane Frey.
Third Row: Steward Wyse, Charlene Wyse, Ioanne Stamm, Linda Short, Beverly Scott, Carol Sauder, Ruth Rupp.
Second Row: Robert Fraas, Betty Dohm, lane Buehrer, Edward Buehrer, Maretta Briisch, Dean Beck, Larry Burger.
Front Row: David Miller, Willadene Rigg, David Neal, Terry Murbach, Gary Miller, Denny Miller, Valetta Aschli-
man, Kenneth Naiziger.
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Middle Row: Marlene Rupp, Merle Riegsecker, Aclda-Margaret Neel, Paul Nalziger. Sandra Schlosser, Tommy Rupp,
First Row: Mervin Naiziger, Lou Anne Naiziger, Sue Anne Short, JoAnne Schrock.
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Middle Row: Christina Haubold, Lois Hall, David Grisier, Barbara Gisel, Billye Detter. Mary Criado, Roger Mehrling
Front Row: Sally Krieger, Roger Klopienstein, Iames Kleck, Lavern Miller, Ianice Nolziger.
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Third Row: David Zuercher, Max Yoder, Shelia Wyse, Carolyn Wyse, Ierry Winzeler, Margaret Walter,
Second Row: Ruth Osbom, Iunior Noiziger, Bruce Lauber. Sharon Kloplenstein, Elaine Kauffman, Bonnie
Grieser, Daryl Graber.
First Row: Donna Gisel, Ronnie Fielitz, Iimmy Fagley, Susie Dominique, Norma Crossgrove.
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Top Row: Edward Stamm. Eugene Schrock, lean Schlatter, Sharon Schantz. Lupe Santos, lose Santos. Or-
Third Row: David King, Steven Grime, Bonita Fraas, Dianne Eash, Douglas DeGrofi. Ioey Cordaro, Ierry
Second Row: Roger Fausey, Steven Wyse, Dexter Wyse, Connie Wyse, Suellen Sullivan, Richard Stuckey,
First Row: Iames Rupp. Danny Rutier, Karen Palmer, Warren Alexander, Marcine Nafziger, Dean Miller.
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Middle Row: A. I. Short. Gene Grime, David Graber, Susan Fielitz, Laurel Baer, Karen Stamm, Terry Schroeder, Sally Short
First Row: Phyllis Schrock, Ronnie Sauder, Vicki Lindley, Ronnie Rufler, Sharon Zuercher, Elaine Weyandt, Tommy Vonier.
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Middle Row: Rodney Wise, Freddie Stamm, Tamara Taylor, Pamela Taylor, Susan Short, Larry Short, Terry Short.
Front Row: lane Short, Cheryl Short, Bobby Sauder, Iudy Sauder, Paul Nofziger, Ierry Collamore, Lucille Baer.
Not in picture: Iohn Holian
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:ord Wyse, Robert Zuercher.
Middle Row: Roger Stamm, Lonnie Short, Gilbert Short, Mary Ann Schroeder, Deanne Gisel, Carol Sue Gisel. Ion Fish. Scott
Engle, Rebecca Cassell.
First Row: David Schrock, Duane Sauder, David Schroeder, Iudy Wyse, Ioan Armstrong, Roselyn Aschliman. Christine Wise,
KINDERGARTEN -- AFTERNOON
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Top Row: Karla Barger, Sonny Lauber, Ioseph Grime, Jimmy Grime, Mary Grieser, Linda Grieser, Tommy Domini-
que, Tommy Buehrer.
Middle Row: Mary Rutter, Phillip Roth, Darlene Roth, Marilyn Reynolds, Linda Pace, Bonita Noiziger, Carolyn Liech-
ty, Deanne Bednar. N
First Row: Daryl Beck, Ionathan Wierwill, Mary Beth Walter, LaVon Short, Karen Sword, Ianie Stuckey, Tim Rupp.
Not in picture: Linda King, Wanda Yingling.
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Back Row: Donn Bernath, Eddie Lauber, Curtis Beck, Ralph Burkholder. Tom Lauber, Glendon
Schantz, Paul Yoder, Roger Schantz, Mr. Menichetti.
Front Row: Norma Burkholder, Helen Schultz, Ethel Traut, lane Scales, Hattie Clingaman, Ieanue
Johnson, Ioan Gigax, Mrs. Keim, Mr. Burkholder.
The student body of Archbold High School has seen four years go
by in which the Student Council has been functioning. This year Mr. Burk-
holder, Mrs. Keim, and Mr. Menichetti were our advisors. The officers were:
Ioan Gigax, President: Tom Lauber, Vice President: Iane Scales, Secretary:
Hattie Clingarnan, Treasurer.
The Council met the first and third Thursday of each month during
the school year. It has furthered the development of cooperation among the
students by: having school clubs decorate for the home basketball games,
sponsored noon toumament games of shuffleboard and table tennis and
buying medals for winners, having a Dad's Night which honored the fathers
of the Varsity basketball players and having a luncheon for the parents
after the game. The Council has also devised regulations so congestion
in the halls would not be so great. These are a few of the many activities
in which the Student Council has taken an active interest.
We, of the Senior Class, wish the Student Council to have many more
years of fine leadership in the Archbold High School.
Harley Gaddis, Herbert Wyse, Ben Pidbirny, Iim Ziegler
Mrs. Keim-adviser, Barbara Naiziger, Betty Seiler
The staff was probably the smallest in the history of the paper as
there were only six members.
The members of this staff however, received a practical course in
Iournalism and it was not until they had a working knowledge of Iournal-
ism that they were permitted to take on the task of publishing the Archette.
Perhaps this didn't seem like much of a job but the staff soon discovered
that it was a bigger task than it appears to be on the surface.
Due to the small class there were only six issues published this year.
but each one was a good sized paper. With all the hard work that goes
with publishing a paper, the staff has enjoyed keeping the students informed
through the Archette.
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Back Row: Helen Schultz, Betty Io Scott, Ianet Wyse, Patricia Winzeler, Hattie Clingaman, Harriet Spengler, Nancy Rulfer, Mary
Ellyn Lauber, Sally Scales, Carolyn Grime, Elaine Grieser, Sue Young.
Front Row: Linda Miller, Susie Fagley, IoAnn Brodbeck, Sara Short, Barbara Christy, Patricia Lisak, Ioan Gigax, Helen Dennis,
Donna Rutter, Dorothy Gearig.
This year the social club has tried to give the students of Archbold
High School the enjoyment they wanted. The club sincerely hopes every-
one enjoyed what was provided.
The club sponsored many round dances, inviting all the Iunior High
and Senior High grades. One of the favorite dances was the "Broomstick."
The Social Club had a very successful dance at Halloween. The
gymnasium was decorated with the customary black-cats, goblins, pump-
kins, and comstalks.
The Christmas dance "Snow-Ball" was a semi-formal affair. Beauti-
ful white paper stars and snowballs decorated the hall.
Then, because the students demanded, the club sponsored two square-
dances with music sponsored by "Donny Grime's Five." Of course as a
whole we weren't very good at first but as the evenings wore on everyone
began to really enjoy themselves, even the chaperones.
This year the Club adopted a policy to let their parents chaperone
some of the dances. The ones that participated really enjoyed themselves
as much as the students if not more.
The final event of the year was a banquet held at Biddie's Restaurant,
Napoleon, Ohio, on May 16.
The leaders of the club for the 1951-1952 year were: Hattie Clingaman
-Pres., Sara Short-V. Pres., Iohn Gigax-Sec., and Barbara Christy-Trea-
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Back Eow: Glendon Schantz, Bill Rupp, Ioe Crossgrove, Tom Lauber, lack Lauber, Darrell Stuckey, Gene Bernath, Ioan Gigarc,
Suzanne Stuckey, Barbara Fich, Mr. Slesnick.
Middle Row: Eddie Lauber, Lowell Flory, Mary Kunkle, Mary VVinzeler, Marjorie Fiser, Sara L. Short, Barbara Chris'y, Helen Den-
nis, lane Scales, Annabelle Stuckey, DeRoyce Hornish.
Front Row: Betty Nicolen, Ieannine Croninger, Hattie Clingaman, Mary Ellyn Lauber, Carolyn Grime, Harriet Spangler, Sally
Scales, Patricia Winzeler, Ieanne Iohnson.
The Sci-Questa Club enjoyed another busy and fruitful year. The club, which
was organized early in the school year of 1949, under the direction of Mr. Slesnick, has as
its purpose, "to promote and further an interest in science."
The club sponsored the second Quadri-County Science Fair, held at the high school
on April 12. The fair drew hundreds of interested patrons and they were well pleased
with the many fine projects and demonstrations presented by the science students.
The two projects judged to be the best were those made by Annabelle Stuckey of
Archbold High School, and Robert Herman of Napoleon High School. Annabelle had a
project of making sugar from wood and Robert had one of time-lapse photography. These
two winners, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Slesnick attended the National Science Fair
held at Washington, D.C. Annabelle received a fourth place award for her project. Anna-
belle and Mr. and Mrs. Slesnick made the trip to and from Washington by airplane. They
all enjoyed it very much. '
Archbold had by far the greatest number of projects on exhibition at Bowling Green
on Science Day, and had nine of them at the State Academy of Science at Kent Univer-
sity. Archbold received the Kroger Award, a cash award of fifty dollars, for having the
highest per centage of their high school pupils exhibiting science projects.
The club officers for the year 1951-1952 were: Darrell Stuckey, President: lack Lau-
ber, Vice President: Hattie Clingaman, Secretary: Marjorie Fiser, Treasurer.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Back Row: Inez Guerrero, Loretta Kernig, Barbara Rutter, Shirley Bridges, Mary Lou Buffer, DeAnna Burkholder.
Middle how: Mona loth, Avon Roth, Ethelmae Meck, Eileen Beaverson, Mary Kunkle, Marjorie Fiser, Betty Nicoleu,
Ieanine Croninger, Mary Winzeler.
Front Row: Donna Buffer, Sue Young, Elaine Grieser, Carolyn Grieser, Miss Fagley. Ruth Anti Terrill, Velma Rupp,
Elaine Kerniq, Pat Winzeler.
The Home-Ec Club was organized this year due to the tact that we were no longer
affiliated with the F.H.A. '
LaChoy Food Products conducted a tour through their food processing plant. The
girls rnade the acquaintance of the Singer Sewing Center in Defiance also, and new tech-
niques were demonstrated on the use of the sewing machine. However, the 180 mile char-
tered bus trip to Battle Creek, Michigan, proved to be one of the most unusual and enjoy-
able. There, we visited several hospitals, toured the Post and Kellogg Cereal Plants and
visited the Kellogg Sanitarium. Evening dinner at the world-famous Schuler's, an Eliza-
bethan hostel, Marshall, Michigan, climaxed the trip.
The Home Economics students won fame for their culinary art by conducting Baked
Goods Sales down town.
Versatility has no end in our department. We entertained the F.F.A. boys to an
Italian Spaghetti dinner also. r
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Back tow: Dale Short, Iames Stuckey, Gerald Short, Daryl Iohnson, Orville Fric e, erry rime
Middle Rowi Roger Rupp, Gene Waidelich, Walter Schmucker, Iohn D. Wyse, Marlin Short, Lowell Rule-naclrt, Ralph Croninger
Donald Short, Robert Roth. Charles Riegsecker, Glen Short.
Front Row: Mr. Gallaway, Robert Gigax, George Wagner, james Rupp, Donald Rulenacht, Paul Stuckey, Ralph Burkholder
Merle Seiler, Richard Stuckey.
The aims and purposes of a good F.F.A. chapter are: 1. To develop competent,
aggressive, rural, and agricultural leadership. 2. To create a nurture, a love for Country
lite. 3. To strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and
their work. 4. To create more interest in intelligent choice of farming occupations. 5. To
encourage members in the development of individual farming programs and to become ers-
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tablished in farming. 6. To encourage membzrs to improve thS1I home arms . 0 pa
p character, train for useful citizenship and fos-
thrift. 10. To encourage and improve schol-
cipate in worthy undertakings. 8. To develo
ter patriotism. 9. To encourage and practice
The local F.F.A. chapter has done muc
of a good chapter.
'.1 during the past year to fulfill the purposes
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Back Row: Mr. Burkholder, Miss Manhart, lane Scales, Helen Dennis, Mary Sue Rychener, Annabelle Stuckey, lean-
ne Iohnson, Buetta Wyse, Mr. Knab, Mr. Slesnick, Mr. Parker.
Front Row: Mrs. Keim, Sara Louise Short, Hattie Clingaman, Mary Ellyn Lauber, Ralph Burkholder, Ioan Gigax, Sal-
Ly Scales, Harriet Spengler, Patricia Winzeler.
The Archbold Chapter of the National Honor Society was formed in 1950, and is
based on standards set by the National Honor Society. These standards are Scholarship,
Character, Leadership, and Service. Eligible students must be in the upper fourth of the
Iunior Class. Sophomores are sometimes selected as probationary members, but they do
not become active until the induction in their Iunior year. The students are chosen by a
faculty committee composed of teachers who have come in contact with the eligible mem-
bers on a fairly broad scale. The selected students must maintain a grade average of
above a C in order to remain in the organization. lf they are able to do this, they become
This chapter was inducted February 8, 1951, by the Bryan Chapter of the National
Honor Society. Since it is now an established branch, the induction of the new members
this year was administered by the Archbold Chapter.
Mr. Parker, Mary Sue Rychener, Ioan Gigax, Mary Ellyn Lauber, Harriet Spengler, Ralph Burkholcler, Buetta Wyse,
Hattie Clinqaman, Annabelle Stuckey, Sara Short, lane Scales, Pat Winzeler. lean Iohnson, Helen Dennis, Sally
Scales, Mr. Burkholder.
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Doris DeGrotl, Mrs. Bourquin.
One of the most important laboratories in the school is the library: it is full of val-
uable and important toolsf Students should learn how to use their school library, and also.
in a general way, how to use all libraries. This knowledge and skill will enable you to do
your high school work more efficiently, will make you a better college or university student,
and will open the doors for you to boundless stores ot information which you will want
Human beings cannot remember all they learn, nor would they want to: they can
never hope to assimilate in their school life all they will want to know later. The person
who knows how and where to find what he wants to know is the person best equipped to
meet his own demands and those of the world.
Each period of the day student librarians help
the supervision of Mrs. Bourquin.
shelving of incoming books, and keeping the shelves in
for their work. Students who continue their education
training is of value to them.
with the work of the library under
circulation of books and magazines,
order. They receive one-halt credit
beyond high school find that this
These duties include
keys to wisdom's
gates to lands of pleasure:
paths that upward lead:
friends. Come, let us read."
McLaughlin Memorial Library
SENIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
Back Row: Iack Lauber, Tom Lauber, Lowell Spiess, Iohn Young, Glendon Schantz, Lyle Lauber, Iames Ziegler, Gene Rupp, Paul
Third Row: Ralph Burkholder, Bill Rupp, Roger Schantz, Bill Kernig, Andy Murbach, Gene Bernaih, Denver Wyse, Marlin Rieg-
secker, Rollin Hayes. Eddie Lauber.
Second Row: DeRoyce Hornish. Marvin Storrer, Iames Buehrer, Helen Dennis, lane Scales, Betty Nicolen, Mary Winzeler, Ieanne
Iohnson, Iames Myers, Lowell Flory.
Front Row: Marlene Leu. Carol Rupp, Ethel Traut, Shirley Graf. Dorothy Gearig, Sara L. Short, Barbara Rich, Barbara Christy,
SENIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
Back Row: Ieanine Croninger, Marjorie Fiser, Buetta Wyse, Ann Reidell, Mary Sue Rychener, Elaine Kernig, Nancy Rufler, Avon
Roth, Mona Roth, Ruth Ann Terrill.
Middle Row: Velda Stutzman. Carol Schmucker, Florence Kinq, Nancy Short, Ethelmae Meck, Alice Mary Roth, Conna Graber,
Annabelle Stuckey, Sally Scales, Mary Ellyn Lauber.
Front Row: Eleanor Stuckey, Velda Lantz, Virginia Sauder, Mory Ellen Nafziger, Charlotte Eicher, Carolyn Grime, Hattie Clinga-
man, Harriet Spengler, Patricia Winzeler.
IUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
Back Row: Helen Schultz, IoAnn Brodbeck. Marlene Ruienacht, Sandra Short, IoAnn Huffman, Grace Waidelich, Arleta Kennel,
Brenda Pursel, Shirley Grieser, Delilah Gautsche, Annabelle Zuercher.
Middle Row: Charlene Stuckey, Betty Io Scott, Ieanette Sauder, Ioan Williams, Orlene Stuckey, Donna Waidelich, Barbara Ruf-
ier, Elaine Frey, Ianis Peters, Maureen Rupp, Ianeth Schantz, Patricia Lisak.
Front Row: Ioan Sauder. Doris DeGrofl, Barbara Walters, Vee Schlatter. Donna Miller, Suzanne Miller, Verlene Nafziger, Bal-
bina Lisak, Ianet Myers, Norma Burkholder.
IUNIOR HIGH HONOR ROLL
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Middle How: Walter Schmucker, Bill Crossgrove, Dale Storrer, Bill Buehrer, Dean Rupp, Neil Spengler, Iames Short.
Ph'l' Buehrer, Stanley Buehrer, Fred Gearing, Lamar Gisel
Front Bow: Iames Rice, Larry Fish, Donn Bernath, Howard Grime, up
Good scholarship is considered one of the most important goals of our system of
education. It is regarded as a worthy ideal in the Archbold Schools. Considerable em-
phasis is placed upon a testing program which includes the Every Pupil Tests, Senior Schol-
arship Tests, Preliminary-District State Tests, Eighth Grade Tests and the Final State Scholar-
Name Subiect Local DiSlIiCl Slllle
Sally Scales Senior Scholarship 3rd in county HM
Mary Sue Bytiherler Senior Scholarship 5th in county HM
lGClC I-Cillbel' Senior Scholarship 6th in county
Pal!iCia Winzeler Senior Scholarship 8th in county
Harriet Spengler Senior Scholarship 12th in county
Sally Scales English XII First
Patricia Winzeler English XII Second
ll0lliI1 Hayes Senior Social Studies First
lack I-Clube! Senior Social Studies Second
Glendon Schantz Physics First
Darrell Stuckey Physics Second Seventh
Harriet Spengler Chemistry Third
Sara Louise Short English XI First Sixth Twelfth
Buetta Wyse English XI Second Eleventh
Annabelle Stuckey Chemistry First
SCIIG LOLliSe Sl'lOl'f Chemistry Second
Annabelle Sli-lCk9Y American History First
Sally Palmer American History Second
Barbara Cl11'iSlY American History Third
Paul Yoder Algebra II First
Ethel Trcut English X First Sixth
Andrew Murbach English X Second
Avon Roth English X Third
Betty Nicolen English X Fourth
Ieannine Croninger Biology First
Iames Buehrer Biology Second
AVO!! R031 Biology Third
Gene R1-IPP Plane Geometry First
Kenneth Fankhauser Plane Geometry Second Twelfth
Ethel TFC!!-ll Latin II First
Andrew Murbach Latin II Second
Shirley Graf Latin II Third
lames Buehrer World History First
Ieannine Croninger World History Second
Andrew Murbach World History Third
Roger Schantz World History Fourth
Glen Short Algebra I First Twelfth
Richard Nafziger Algebra I Second
Robert Kleck General Science First Fifth
Richard Nafziger General Science Second
Walter Schmucker General Science Third
Curtis Beck General Science Fourth
IoAnn Brodbeck Latin I First
Ioan Sauder Latin I Second
Charlene Stuckey Latin I Third
IoAnn Brodbeck English IX 'irst
Ioan Sauder English IX Second
Charlene Stuckey English IX Third
Harold D. Wyse English IX Fourth
EIGHTH GRADE TESTS
Neil Spengler ranked first in the 1952 State Eighth Grade Tests, closely followed by
William Crossgrove and Wilmer Dean Rupp. Others ranking in the upper one fourth of
the class were Dale Storrer, Iames Rice, Donn Bernath, Delilah May Gautsche, Suzanne
Miller, Howard Grime and Annabelle Zuercher. These students received certificates for
their outstanding scholarship work.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP LETTERS
Twelve members of the graduating class of 1952 were awarded a script A Scholar-
ship letter for outstanding scholastic work done during four years of high school. These let-
ters are presented each year to the upper one fourth of the graduating class. Letters were
awarded to the following graduates: Sally Scales, Harriet Spengler, Patricia Winzeler, Mary
Sue Rychener, Carol lean Schmucker, Hattie Clingaman, Glendon Schantz, Ralph Burkhold-
er, lack Lauber, Gene Beniath, Ioan Gigax, Mary Ellen Lauber.
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The music organizations of the Archbold Schools had a very busy and successful year.
Groups from the high school made many public appearances during the school year. The ele-
mentary school presented a fine program in early December. Home comings, programs, the var-
ious phases of competition, and a variety of requests on the department for their talents, kept
them quite busy during the year.
Many beginners were started on the musical highway of the future and undoubtedly many
of them will become important members of the vocal and instrumental music picture of the future.
The Board of Education added some more instruments, and this phase of the department is about
complete. Instruments are made available to beginners on a small rental fee basis, making it pos-
sible for them to find out whether they are adapted to their chosen instruments without a large
outlay of money on the part of the parents. When a pupil has established his mastery of an in-
strument it is expected that the parents will provide an instrument for him, thus making one more
available for another beginner.
One major achievement of the year was the purchase of sixty-five beautiful new band. uni-
forms for the senior band. These uniforms were purchased through the efforts and support of
the Band Parents and some very generous contributions from a number of local business organi-
zations. The old uniforms were kept for the Iunior Band and they were a very proud lot of boys
and girls when they made their first appearance in them.
The Senior Band received a Superior rating in the District and an Excellent rating in the
State. The girls Quartette received a Superior Rating in the State. The mixed chorus and the girls
glee club received ratings of Excellent in the district. Many soloists and ensembles also partici-
pated in the district and state competitions.
A good foundation has been built in the music department during the past two years and in-
terest is high. More boys and girls than ever before are taking part in the various music organi-
zations. This bids well for the future, and should assure the school of many more years of the
same high type of music which they have enioyed during the past two years.
Gene Berncxth. Bill Rupp, lack Lauber. Charlene Stuckey, Ethel Truut
Donn Bernalh, Icrmes Myers, Barbara Christy, Sara Louise Short
George Wagner, Marlin Rieqsecker, Iames Ziegler. Darrell Stuclcey
Hattie Clingaman, Mary Sue Rychener, Buetta Wyse. Ethel Traui
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Third Row: Marlene Rulenacht, Ethelmae Meck. George Wagner, Roger Rupp, Merle Seiler, Roy Schott, Marlin Biegsecker, Elaine
Second Row: Helen Schultz, Barbara Rutter, Charlene Stuckey. Buetta Wyse, Ethel Traut, Barbara Christy. Marlene Leu, Sally
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First Row: Sara Short, Suzanne Stuckey, Nancy Short, Lynda Miller, Dorothy Gearig, Carol Rupp, Shirley Graf, Susie Fagley,
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Wyse, Lyle Lauber, Richard Stuckey
Middle Row: Philip Buehrer, Stanley Buehrer, Norman Wingard. Merle Seiler, Roy Schott, Rollin Hayes, Robert Roth, Iim Ziege
ler, Lowell Flory, Denver Wyse, Bobert Berry, Dee DeGrolf
Front Row: David Rulfer, Roger Rupp, Harold Wyse, Curtis Beck, Bobby Frey, Donald Short, Fred Grisier, Iohn Graber
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Third Row: Hattie Clingaman, Mary Sue Rychener. Darrell Stu ckey. Lowell Flory, Iohn Wyse, Donald Short, Ralph Burkholder,
Rollin Hayes, Conna Graber
Second Row: Mary Kunkle. Mariorie Fiser. Alice Mary Roth, Charlotte Eicher. Annabelle Stuckey. Carolyn Grime, Mary Ellyn
Lauber, Patricia Winzeler, Donna Graber
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Front Row: Carol Schmucker, Carolyn Grieser, Barbara Rich, Betty Io Scott, Io nn
Roth, Ioan Giqax
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chener, Betty Nicolen, Marlene Leu, Nancy Rutter, Ethelmae Meck. Buetta Wyse. Sally Scales
Middle Row: Nancy Short, Ruth Ann Terrill, Eleanor Stuckey, Ioan Giqax, Carolyn Grime, Mary Ellyn Lauber, Pat Winzeler.
Charlene Stuckey, Lynda Miller, Ethel Traut, Susie Fagley, Elaine Kernig, Mary Gibson, Mary Winzeler, Susie Stuckey
W A on Roth, Mona Roth. Ioan Sauder,
F t Row: Mary Lou Rulter, Carolyn Grieser, Barbara Rich, Betty Io Scott, Ianet yse, v
Dorothy Geariq, Carol lean Rupp, Shirley Graf, Helen Schultz
Back Row: Orville Fricke, Tom Fankhauser, Mr. Parker, Barbara Chris.y, Paul Yoder, Bill Rupp, Dee DeGroti,
Front Row: lane Scales, Helen Dennis, Charlotte Elcher, Annabelle Stuckey, Nancy Rutter, DeRoyce Hornish, Sara
The Iunior Class presented two plays during the school year 1951-1952. In the fall the
above cast gave "Finders Creepers." The group pictured below presented "The Baby Sit-
ter." Due to bad weather "Finders Creepers" was given a repeat performance. The "Baby
Sitter" drew an exceptionally large audience. Both plays were very well staged and were
much enjoyed by all who attended. Mr. Parker directed boih of the plays.
Back Row: Nancy Short, Rollin Beck, Iames Stuckey, Donald Kleck, Robert Berry, Louis Brock, leanne Iohnson. Mr.
Front Row: Velda Lantz, Eleanor Stuckey, Sally Palmer, Carol Iean Rupp, Mary Ellen Nafziger, Marlene Leu, Alice
Shirley Graf Helen Schultz
Nancy Buffer Patricia Winzeler Mary Ellyn Lauber
For the past several years the Community Commercial Club has been sponsoring a
program of Halloween activities on Halloween Night. The purpose of these activities has
been to provide wholesome entertainment for the young people of the community in an
attempt to curb the malicious forms of amusement which are so prevalent in many commu-
nities. The Club has every right to feel proud of the fact that last year the young folks
of the community were one hundred per cent cooperative and practically none of the usual
type of Halloween mischief occurred.
As a part of this Halloween Program of entertainment the school has been asked to
select a queen and a court of attendants. The climax of the evening's events is the crown-
ing of the queen. The queen is selected from the senior class and she has one attendant
from each of the four high school classes. Patricia Winzeler was honored by being chosen
queen for the 1951 celebration. Her attendants were: Mary Ellyn Lauber, Nancy Buffer,
Shirley Graf, and Helen Schultz. These young ladies, besides, receiving the honors of the
occasion, were presented token gifts by the club.
Following the crowning of the queen, prizes were awarded to the boys and girls who
had the best and funniest costumes. Quite a large number of adults entered the spirit of
the event and also appeared in comic costumes.
Cider and doughnuts topped off the program. Many attended the theater as the
weather was quite cold and the streets were deserted at an early hour.
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The above picture shows the Industrial Arts exhibit which was on display at the
Science Fair held here last spring. This display drew much favorable comment from the
many people who attended the fair. Some very nice articles of furniture, metal work, plas-
tics, and various other items too numerous to mention are made in this department. It is
a very popular and important part of the school, and is under the direction of Mr. Hornish.
This department has been very valuable to the school by building needed items for
the various departments and for dramatic productions. This year two of the boys, under
the direction of Mr. Hornish, made 48 very fine new lockers for the boys dressing rooms.
This department has been very helpful and cooperative at all times. Four years of
industrial arts is included in the curriculum. This gives the boys a fine opportunity to get a
good basis and foundation for this type of work if they care to follow it to make a living.
If they do go into other kinds of work the training and experience they received in these
courses will always enable them to do most of the small construction and maintenance tasks
which always need to be done in the average home.
3 New pupils registered.
4 School officially began.
4 Faculty meeting.
10 Sci-Questa Club meeting.
14 Baseball season sfarted with Archbold playing
Fayette there. Archbold-15 Fayette-2
18 Baseball game with Chesterfield here. Archbold-
20 A Trampoline Act was the iirst of our lyceum num-
Baseball game with Pettisville there. Archbold-16
Social Club dance.
24- Baseball game with Iewell there. Archbold-17
Sci-Questa Club meeting.
28 -Baseball game with Fayette here. Archbold-8
2 Baseball game with Iewell here. Archbold-7 Iewell-
5 -Baseball game with Metamora there. Archbold-13
Freshman retum party.
8 -Sci-Questa Club meeting.
9 Baseball game with Fulton here. Archbold-20
12- -Baseball game with Lyons there. Archbold-14
19 NWOTA teachers meeting.
22 Sci-Questa Club meeting.
23 Farm Bureau Safety Program.
25 Second lyceum number- George Iohnson. pianist.
27- -Social Club square dance.
29-Practice game with Deshler.
2 Senior class sponsored a skating party at Bryan
tor all classes.
6 First junior play, "Finders Creepers."
7 F.F.A. meeting.
9- Student Council sponsored a skating party at Bryan
for all classes.
12 Sci-Questa Club meeting.
13 Repeat performance of the junior play. .
16-First basketball game at Grand Rapids. Archbolcl-
63 Grand Rapids-67
20 Ioint F.F.A. and Home Ec. Club party.
Zl Basketball game with Alger here. Archbold-79
22 Thanksgiving vacation began.
23 Basketball game with Stryker here, Archbold-71
-Sci-Questa Club meeting..
N.W.O. Sclzoolmasters meeting at Stryker.
Basketball game with Wauseon here. Archbold-64
-Feading Club Pageant.
Elementary grades gave an operetta.
Every pupil tests.
Basketball game at Fayette. Archbold-92 Fayette-73
Sei-Questa Club meeting.
Basketball gcme at Pettisville. Arclibzld-62 Pettis-
-Basketball game with Delta here. Archbold-til
-Seventh and eighth grades party.
F.F.A. Parent and Son Program.
Start of Christmas vacation.
-Sci-Questa Club meeting.
Basketball game with Iiidgeville here. Archbold-63
-1952 school began after vacation.
Basketball game with Fayette here. Archbold-71
Basketball game at Stryker. Archbold-64 Stryker-Gi
Basketball game at Fulton. Archbold-78 Fulton-26
-Sci-Questa Club meeting.
Basketball game at Ridgeville. Archbold-68 Ridge-
-Basketball game with Swanton here. Archbold-SZ
-Basketball game at Wauseon. Archbold-57 Wau-
Miss Naomi Crow from Flower Hospital talked to
Basketball game with Lyons here. Archbold-56
Sci-Questa Club meeting.
C.D. Beard Defiance College talked to seniors.
--Basketball game at Delta. Archbold-55 Delta-36
Senior Scholarship Tests.
-Basketball game at Chesterfield. Archbold-52
-Basketball game at West Unity. Archbold-69 West
-Wauseon School Masters Meeting.
-Basketball game at Metamora. Archbold-46 Meta-
6-Midyear faculty party.
7-Home Ec. Club party for F.F.A.
8-Mrs. Florence Herbert from Toledo Hospital talked
Basketball game with Pettisville here. Archbold-97
ll-Sci-Questa Club meeting.
14-County tournament, Archbold vs. Chesterfield. Arch-
16-County tournament. Archbold vs. Fulton. Archbold-
20-Bowling Green Ind. Arts Exhibit.
21-County toumament. Archbold vs. Delta. Archbold-
23- County tournament, Archbold junior high vs. Pettis-
ville. Archbold-29 Pettisville-22. County Champs.
25-Sci-Ques'a Club meeting.
F.F.A. Father and Son Banquet.
27-District tournament. Archbold vs. Edgerton. Arch-
7-Denison Players presented "The Patsy."
8-District solo and ensembles contest at Bowling Green.
10-Sci-Questa Club meeting.
13-Sgt. Nassner of the U.S. Air Corps talked to the
15-District band and chorus contest.
21-County Music Festival
Chicago Field Trip for the science students.
Sci-Questa Club meeting.
26-Fulton County Teachers Meeting.
Every pupil tests.
27-Social Club had Chapel Program.
29-Social Club square dance.
1-Iunior Play, "The Baby Sitter"
2-Preliminary-District State Scholarship Tests.
meet. Archbold 77, Wauseon 41. At
5-Science Day at Bowling Green State University.
8-At Pettisville, opening baseball game. Streaks 2'J.
9-Streaks at Defiance. Archbold 11, Defiance 3.
12-Quadri-County Science Fair here.
14-Sci-Questa Club meeting.
16-Baseball at Fayette. Streaks 5, Eagles 3.
17-Dual Track meet here. Archbold saw, Swanton
Eighth Grade Tests.
State Science Day at Kent State University.
l9sState Solo and Ensemble Contests.
21-Career Day at Wauseon for all seniors in Fulton
Triangular Track meet at Morenci. Streaks savz,
Morenci 38, Blissiield 22 Vg.
22-Pre-Competition band concert.
Baseball at Ruihley Park. Archbold 7. Lyons 0.
25-Senior Play, "Mumbo Jumbo."
Second toumament game. Streaks 9, Chesterfield 1.
26-State Band Competition at Westerville.
28-Dual Track mee? here. Archbold 70. Liberty Center
29-Baseball at Ridgeville. Archbold 10, Ridgeville 6.
30-Northwestem Ohio Schoolmasters meeting at Pauld-
District Toumament baseball game. Archbold 2.
Grover Hill 0.
2-Senior Play. "One Foot In Heaven"
A warm-up game at Iewell. Archbold 18, the Hams
3-State Final Scholarship Tests at Bowling Green
6-Spring music concert by the combined Fayette and
District Tournament. Streaks pulled one out of the
fire. Archbold 3, Edgerton 2.
7-Quadrangular meet at Delta. Swanton 67 V2, Arch-
bold seV2. Delta 57, Holland IBV2.
12-Still in the District Tournament. Archbold 5, Ham-
13-Finals of District Baseball Tournament. Archbold 5.
14-County Track meet at Delta. Won by Streaks. Arch-
bold BSM. Delta 74.
16--Awards Day. Senior picnic.
Baseball-no seniors. Archbold 7, Pettisville 1.
18-Baccalaureate Services. Rev. Dietz gave an ox-
20-Commencement Exercises. Grove Patterson was the
speaker. Gave a fine address.
21--Baseball at Chesterfield-no seniors. Chesterfield 8.
-Last day of school. Grade cards and ice cream.
It's all over now!
25-Forty three seniors and Mr. and Mrs. Spengler left
lor Washington and New York.
30--A weary lot of seniors retumed from their trip.
County tournament game at Fulton. Archbold 2.
Denver Wyse, Iohn Young,
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ack Row: Iames Myers, Lowell Flory, Gene Bemath, Ierry Grime, Roger Schantz, Rollin Hayes, Mr. Conroy
Front Row: Denver Wyse, Tom Lauber, Iohn Young, Lowell Spiess, Paul Yoder, Ralph Burkholder, Marvin Storrer
The Blue Streaks had another good basketball season. They won 22 games and lost
only two. They had a record of 22 straight wins, losing their first and last games of the sea-
son. The team won the County League title and the County Tournament for the second
straight year. They dropped their opening game in the District Tournament at Defiance
when Edgerton won an upset victory by a 61-56 score. This first game jinx has stopped the
Streaks two years in a row at Defiance. They are about due to get some better breaks one
of these years.
The team added two more trophies to their large collection: one for the League title
and one for the County Tournament. Ralph Burkholder won the foul shooting trophy.
The squad lost seven players through graduation. Lowell Spiess, Iohn Young, Ralph
Burkholder, Denver Wyse, Marvin Storrer, Gene Bemath and Rollin Hayes are the boys
who received their diplomas last May. They will be exceedingly hard to replace. Statis-
tics are not available but it is quite likely that Lowell Spiess is the highest scoring player
in the history of the school.
Paul Yoder and Tom Lauber will form the nucleus about which the team will be
built next year. Plenty of good boys will be available from last year's reserve team.
A1-chbold Opponent At-chbold Opponent
63 Grand Rapids 67 56 Lyons 35
79 Alger 58 55 Delta 36
71 Stryker 22 52 Chesterfield 32
64 Wauseon 37 69 West Unity 40
92 Fayette 70 46 Metamora 29
S2 Pettisville 34 87 Pettisville 36
62 Delta 39 '
60 Ridgeville 37 COUNTY TOURNAMENT
71 Fayette 51 70 Chesterfield 24
64 Stryker 31 71 Fulton 43
78 Fulton 26 60 Delta 48
68 Ridgeville 50
62 Swanton 49 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
B7 Wauseon 35 56 Edgerton 61
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Grand Rapids-There. Nov. 16. Streaks lost a heartbreaker, score 67-63.
Grand Rapids--There. Nov. 16. Streaks lost a heartbreaker
67-63. A tough battle all the way. Spiess hit for 26,
Young 16. Trumbull and Kiefer had 24 and 22.
Alger-Here. Nov. 21. Streaks 79, Alger 58. Spiess again
with 25, Young 17.
Stryker-Here. Nov. 23. An easy game for the Streaks,
76 to 22. 'I'he issue never in doubt. Spiess 21, Yoder
Wauseon-Here. Nov. 30. The Streaks grabbed a big first-
half lead and won going away 64 to 37. A "Memphis
Special." Iohn Young scored 14, Yoder 13.
Fayette-There. Dec. 7. The Streaks went to Fayette and
feathered the Eagles in a high scoring game by a
count of 92 to 70. Lowell Spiess scored 27. Denny
Wyse 17. Harman hit 21 for the Eagles.
Pettisville-There. Dec. 14. Streaks used the entire squad
as the Blackbirds fell 62 to 34. The boys all liked
Pettisvil1e's fine new gym. Ierry Grime scored 13,
Iohn Young 11.
Delta-Here. Dec. 15. The Streaks made it six in a row
by taming the Panthers 62-39. Spiess and Young were
good for 15 each. Football Basich 12 for Delta.
Ridgeville-Here. Dec. 28. The Falcons put up a good
fight but fell 60 to 37. A bit of revenge for some oi
those beatings of a few years ago. Lowell Spiess
again with 18, Tom Lauber 11.
Fayette--Here. The Eagles clawed hard but the Streaks
had too much for them. They went down by a score
of 71 to 51. Spiess 24, Young and Burkholder 13 each.
Stryker-There. Ian. 8. Stryker had an oft year. Over
the years they have been tough. Streaks had an
easy time. Score 64-31. Spiess good for 18, Yoder 16.
Streaks won their tenth straight 78-26. Spiess 20,
RidgevilleYThere. Ian. 15. Another win over the Falcons.
Score 68 to 50. Fuzzy Burkholder hit 19, Spiess 18.
Swanton-Here. Ian. 18. The Bulldogs were tough, but
the home boys made it twelve straight with a 62-49
win. Spiess 20, Burkholder 16.
Wauseon-There. Ian. 22. The Streaks scalped the Indians
on their own reservation 67 to 35. Lowell Spiess had
a very large evening as he meshed 29 points. Iohn
Young had 14. Dr. Rychener was on hand to see
exactly how he has been spending his money in
Lyons-Here. Ian. 25. Lyons came here with a good team
and a big crowd of fans, but it wasn't enough and
they lost 56 to 27. Iohn Young was Mr. Big with a
fine total of 25 points. Dr. Rychener and Ray Fisher
were here for this one.
DeltaeThere. Ian. 29. The Streaks made it fifteen in a
row since their opening game loss to Grand Rapids
by beating Delta 55 to 36. Lowell and Iohn sank
18 points each. Dick Basich knows about basketball
too as he paced both teams with 20 markers.
Chesterfield-There. Feb. 1. The Comets gave the Streaks
a busy evening during the first half, but they ran out
of gas in the third quarter and the Streaks won
52 to 32. Spiess 15, Yoder 12.
West UnityeThere. Feb. 2. The Williams County lads
could not keep up the pace set by the Streaks and
succumbed by a 69-40 count. Paul Yoder had his big
evening as he scored 20. Lowell Spiess had 12.
Metamora-There. Feb. 5. The Tigers had the Streaks
worried and they couldn't hit the basket. This was
their lowest score of the season as they won their
eighteenth straight game by a score of 46-29. Lowell
Spiess netted 18, Iohn Young 10.
Pettisville-Here. Feb. 8. In the last game of the regular
season the Streaks beat the Blackbirds by a score
87 to 36. Everybody got into the act. Iohn Young
scored 19, Tom Lauber 15. Last game before a home
crowd for Spiess, Young, Burkholder, Wyse. Hayes,
Bernath, and Storrer, senior members ot the squad.
The Streaks cinched the League title.
County Tournament at Waseon
Chesterfieldelreb. 14. The Streaks drew into an easy
bracket and got off to a good start by dimming the
Comets by a score of 70 to 24. Everybody saw action.
Iohn Young hit for 21, Paul Yoder 12.
Fulton-Feb. 16. The Raiders were the second easy victim
for the Streaks-71 to 43. Bench cleared again. Spiess
bagged 20, Yoder 17.
Delta-Feb. 21. The Panthers snarled, clawed and tought
all the way but the Streaks had plenty in reserve
and won the County championship for the second
straight year. Score, Arbold 60, Delta 48. Lowell
Spiess and Iohn Young were good for 20 and 19-
A fine trophy to the team and gold basketballs to
each of the players.
Edgerton-Feb. 27. The Blue Streaks entered this tourn-
ament as one of the favorite teams. They
record of twenty-two straight wins and were
favorite to win over Edgerton, their first game
The Williams County boys had ideas of their
capitalized on the breaks of the game and
favored Streaks by a score of 61 to 56. The Streaks
suffered heavily in the personal foul department, losing
three regulars and having most of the team heavily
burdened with personals. The referees kept most of
the games of the entire tournament from being well
played by excessive whistle tooting. The season
thus ended with a record of 22 wins and 2 defeats.
This made two years in a row that good Streak
teams went to Defiance and lost their first games.
'l'hey will be back again and one of these times
they will have better luck. Columbus Grove won
the District championship. Lockland Wayne won the
State class B title. Steubenville won the State Class
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM
Back Row: DeRoyce
Front Row: Mr. Conroy, Lowell Flory, Bill Kernig, Ierry Grime, Andy Murboch, Orville Fricke, Roger Schantz, Iames Myers
Hornish, Eddie Lauber, Everett Wyse, lim Clingaman, Robert Berry, Tom Fankhauser, Dee DeGroii
The Reserve team compiled a perfect record of 20 straight wins during the past sea-
son, and they were rarely extended to win their games. This indicates a lot of good prospects
for next year's varsity. Many of them have already seen considerable action on the varsity
The Iunior High team also came through in fine style. They dropped two close games
during the season, but closed on the up grade and won the County Tournament at Wauseon,
for the second successive year.
IUNIOR HIGH TEAM
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Back Row: lack Robison, Bob Roth, Fred Grisier, Bob Kleck, Dale Storrer, lack Miller, Iim Short
Front Row: Neil Spangler, Larry Short, Philip Buehrer, Stanley Buehrer, Bob Rufenacht
Back Row: Stanley Buehrer, Everett Wyse, Iames Myers, Dee DeGrofi, Eddie Lauber, George Wagner, Philip Buehrer
Front Row: Denver Wyse, Lowell Spiess, Andy Murbach, Iohn Young, Don Kleck, Paul Yoder, Ralph Burkholder.
Marvin Storrer, DeRoyce Hornish. Absent-Roger Schantz
The 1951-1952 high school baseball team had the best season in the history of the
school. They won nine straight games in the fall, and added eleven more in the spring for a
record of twenty consecutive wins. Their string was broken when they lost to Deshler in the
District Finals at Defiance by a score of B to 5. Their over-all record forthe year was 21 wins
and 2 defeats. The last two games in the spring were played without the senior members
of the team.
The team won the Fulton County League championship in the fall and the County
Tournament in the spring. They advanced to the District Finals by beating Grover Hill 2
to 0, Edgerton 3 to 2, and Hamler 5 to 4. The championship game with Deshler was lost in the
last inning. Errors gave Deshler 5 unearned runs during the game, however the boys play-
ed good ball most of the time and their record speaks for itself.
Iohn Young, Don Kleck and Roger Schantz did the pitching with Paul Yoder behind the
bat. Denver Wyse played spectacular ball in center field.
The Streak nine added three trophies to their collection, one for the County League,
the County Tournament, and the District Runner-up.
The team lost heavily by graduation. The departing members of the team were lohn
Young, Denver Wyse, Lowell Spiess, Marvin Storrer, and Ralph Burkholder.
BASEBALL SCORES 1951-1952
Date Archbold Opponent
Sept, 14, 1951 ,,,.,. ....., 1 5 Fayette ,........,......,.. 2 April Fulton ..........i..-. - ..... 1 C-T-
Sepf, 18 ,,,,,,,Y.. . .,.... 12 Chesterfield ..... ...... 2 APYU I-YOHS -'-------A---- -'--- - 0
Sept, zo ,,,.,. ....... 1 6 Pettisville ,... ....... 2 April Chesterfield 1 Cf
sept, 24 ..... ....... 1 7 Iewell ...... ...l.... 0 April Ridgeville le----l-------- 5
Sept. 28 ggggl ,,,,-,, 3 Fayette ,nnn ,,,,,,1 2 April Grover Hill 0 DT
Oct. 2 ....... ,.,.... 7 Iewell ...... ..--.-. 5 MUY lewell -'-----'4---A-- ----- 6
oct, 5 ,..,,.. .....,. 1 3 Metamora .. ..,.. .. 0 MUY Edgerton l----. .-------- 2 DT
oct. 9 ........................ 20 Fulton ..... ..l... 0 MUY Hflmlef 4 DT
oct, 12 ,.................. ..,... 1 4 Lyons ....... ....... 1 May Deshler 6 F
April a, 1952 ,...,,..... zo Penisville .... ...,... 2 May Pellisville ..-. ..-.4.-- 1
April 9 ,......... . ...... 11 Defiance .. . ...... 3 MUY Chesfeffield 8
April 16 ,,,,..,. ....,,.., 5 Fayette .... . ...... 3
Back Row: Coach Conroy, Bob Berry, Ben Pidbirny, Paul Yoder, Ierry Grime, Iohn Young, Lyle Lauber, Dee De-
Front Row: Gerald Short, Denver Wyse. re risre
Gigax, Don Rufenacht
F d G' ' r, Rollin Hayes, Bob Frey, Lowell Spiess, Lowell Flory. Bob
The 1952 Track squad was small but it had enough stand-out performers to have a
very successful season. The boys engaged in the usual dual, and triangular meets and in
one quadrangular meet in preparation for the County Meet which was held at Delta.
The Delta Panthers had won the County Title for the past eight years in a row and were
again the favorites. However, the Streaks had too much for them and the title came back
to Archbold as the team scored 89V2 points to 74 for Delta.
A number of the boys entered the District Meet at Bowling Green and scored 9
points. Iohn Young and Denver Wyse qualified for the State meet at Columbus.
Iohn Young received the trophy for scoring the highest number of points during the
Graduating members of the squad were.Lowell Spiess, Iohn Young, Denver Wyse,
Lyle Lauber, Rollin Hayes, Ben Pidbimy, Don Rufenacht, Bob Gigax, and Gerald Short.
TRACK SCORES FOR THE 1952 SEASON
April 2!Dual meet, here ........................,...,...,,.....,,,....,.,.........., Archbold 77 Wauseon 41
April 16-Dual meet, here ......,... ..........,.........,.........,,.,..,,..,,... A rchbold 59Vz Swanton 571fz
April 21ATriangular at Morenci ..,....,.... Archbold 66V2 Morenci 38 Blisstield 22Vz
April 28-Dual meet, here ......,......,..................,......,..,,..,.........,...,... Archbold 70 Liberty Center 44
May 7-Quad. meet at Delta ....,.....,......,..... ..........,,.......,... A rchbold 66Vz Swanton 67 L2
Delta 57 Holland 18 V2
May 141-County meet at Delta ,,,,.,,......,,..,..,,..,..,.,..,,,,,,..,,,.....,,.. Archbold 89V2 Delta 74
Chesterfield 26 Fayette 14Vz Pettisville 5
Varsity Basketball and Track Coach-- Robert Conroy
Baseball Coach I. H. Spengler
Ir. High Coach- lack Robison
Donn Bernath Lamar Gisel
Hattie Clingaman, Nancy Rutter, Mary Ellyn Lauber. Ethel Traut
The Blue Streak Cheerleaders had another good season. Their teams
rewarded them often with victories and rarely with defeats. They were al-
ways on the job and doing their very best to encourage the boys on to victory.
IUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Deanna Burkholder, Maureen Rupp, Ianice Peters, Barbara Rutter
Back Row: Eddie Lauber, Gerald Short, Andy Murbach, Donald Kleck, Lyle Lauber, Ierry Grime, Tom Lauber, Paul Yoder,
Front Row: Dick Grime, DeHoyce Hornish. Ralph Burkholder, Lowell Spiess, Iohn Young. Denver Wyse, Marvin Storrer, Iames
This club consists of those students in high school who have earned
their letter in at least one of the school's major sports of basketball, baseball
The organization is not in the active category. It holds no meetings, noi'
does it engage in school activities as a group. Membership comes auto-
matically to any student who earns his letter. Some years ago the club
initiated all new members and engaged in a few activities.
The membership of this group is rather small. This results primarily
from the tact that many of the boys engage in two or three sports.
It is planned to start football again in the fall of 1952. This will un-
doubtedly bring out a much larger number of boys and the size of the A
Association should grow accordingly. With a larger membership it might
well become active again.
DB. R. O. RYCHENER
Dr. Ralph O. Rychener, an Alumnus of Archbold High School,
and now a successful surgeon in Memphis, Tennessee, who has long
been noted for his very generous moral and financial support of all
athletic and other activities in our school, in 1946 established an
Annual Senior Athletic Award of one hundred dollars cash to a
graduating senior boy. This scholarship was named in honor
of Mr. Rychener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Rychener, local resi-
dents, who always displayed a keen interest in local school affairs.
The award is made on the following basis: Thirty per cent ath-
letic ability: thirty per cent scholarship: twenty per cent general school
attitude: and twenty per cent neatness and personal appearance.
In 1952 a slight revision was made in the award making the cash
payment of the one hundred dollars only if the winner goes on to
college. If he does not continue his education beyond high school
he will receive a watch chain medal instead of the cash award.
Another new provision states that he must have an average of B
or better in all of his English courses. If the one chosen for the award
does not use it by going to college it will be held in escrow for the
next year. The winner of the award is selected by a secret vote
of the high school faculty.
Former winners of the award were as follows: Aden Stoner,
1946: Gerald Lehman, 1947: Paul Sigg, 1948: Arthur Kleck, 1949: Iohn
Clair, 1950: and Dale Leu, 1951.
Ralph BurkholderIl952 Rychener Award Winner
SPCR TS SNAPSHOTS
The Blue Streak athletic teams made a clean sweep all sports events in Fulton County last year. They won the
championships in basketball. baseball, Iunior High basketball and Track. Above you may see some oi the Streaks as they
participate in their favorite sports.
BASKETBALL WON AND LOST RECORDS
Below is a year-by-year won and lost record of Archbold High School
Basketball teams from the year 1911 to the present year of 1952.
Year Won Lost Year WOH I-051
1911 3 2 1932 ,... ., . 14 5
1912 ,. 8 6 1993 ..,, ,, , 12 9
1913 5 4 1934 .... ...... 1 6 5
1914 5 5 1935 ..,, , 6 12
1915 9 4 1936 ,,,,, . ,. 14 5
1916 5 5 1937 ,,,. .. 10 8
1917 ,,,, .. 19 4 1938 .... .. 5 14
1918 ..,.,.. 11 2 1939 ..., 15 10
1919 2 5 1940 15 7
1920 9 8 1941 ,... ,. 22 4
1921 ,,,..., 16 7 1942 .,,. ...... 1 6 ll
1922 ,,..., 23 4 1943 ,.., ,. 9 10
1923 ,, .... 20 5 1944 .,,, . 14 5
1924 , 21 2 1945 ..., ,. ,. 12 10
1925 ,, 8 3 1946 ,.., .,.,,. l 7 6
1926 11 9 1947 .... 12 ll
1927 ...., 10 0 1948 .... ..,.., 1 8 9
1928 .,, 12 5 1949 .,, ,,., ,, 18 5
1929 9 5 1950 .,.. 20 9
1930 .,, 20 4 1951 ..... ...,. 2 3 1
1931 .,.,., 12 B 1952 .,, H, 22 2
Totals 549 257
Students, Teachers, Parents and Friends: This annual was brought to
you at a reasonable price, through the whole-hearted co-operation and
financial support of the friendly merchants of our community. They have
amply demonstrated their good will toward our school and their support is
greatly appreciated by the publishers of this book. Let's extend our patron-
age and good will to them in the same friendly manner in which they have
given theirs to us.
LUGBILL BROS. INC.
YODER AND F REY
FARMERS 6. MERCHANTS STATE BANK
PEOPLES STATE BANK
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS
Denny's Barber Shop
Fankhauser Barber Shop
F lorence's Beauty Shop
Fred's Barber Shop
Kay's Beauty Shoppe
Ioe Litwiller Barber Shop
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
Rupp Lumber Co.-Pettisville
E. M. SAUDER 6. SON
CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE
E. F. BEDNAR
ARCHBOLD CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Harold Nagel Recreation
Silver Maples-West Unity
Ora Lauber 61 Son
TOT AND TEEN SHOP
Nofziger Dairy Farm
Nafziger Dairy Farm
NOFZIGER DAIRY STORE
Short's Dairy Store
Dr. R. I. Mellor
DITCHIN G AND EXCAVATING
Wm. M. Wyse
City Drug Store
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
ARCHBOLD DRY CLEANERS
DRY GOODS 6. NOTIONS
Archbold Dry Goods
Ginny's Fashion Shop
Helen's Dry Goods
Huffman Dusting and Seeding
KING-WYSE MFG. CO.
Stacey Farm Supply-Elmira
Wauseon Fertilizer Co.
O. I. Short Floor Covering
ARCHBOLD GREEN HOUSE
LA CHOY FOOD PRODUCTS
Short's Funeral Home
GRISIER'S FUNERAL HOMES
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS
ARCHBOLD SALES 6. SERVICE
CHRISTY MOTOR SALES
DeGroff's Marathon Service
Grieser Motor Sales
GREEK MOTOR SALES-Bryan
Lindsey Motor Sales-Bryan
LIECHTY MOTOR SALES
Lowell Thomas Service Station
Miller Auto Supply
Myers Body Shop
PAUL'S FRIENDLY SERVICE
Short Sales and Service-West Unity
Roth's General Store-Elmira
Zone General Store
HARDWARE AND LUMBER
GOTSHALL MFG. CO.
WYSE BROS. TURKEY FARM
Your Furniture Home
RUPP'S FURNITURE STORE
Short's Furniture Store
A. O. Fagley
A. I. Stamm
W. G. Theobald Ins. Agency
O. P. Kluepfel
LIVESTOCK AND MEAT PACKING
LUGBILL BROS. INC.
Miller's Propane Gas
Ohio Oil Co.-Triple Six
IESSE L. SHORT
PLUMBING AND HEATING
R. M. Gearing
L. B. Frey and Sons-Pettisville
I. B. Rogers Co.
PUBLIC UTILITIES sHoE STORES
Ohio Gas CO. HESS SHOE STORE
RADIO AND APPLIANCE SERVICES THEATERS
HUGHES' SALES AND SERVICE SCOTT THEATER
Twiss Tire and Appliance-Elmira
TRUCKING AND FREIGHT
EEEE ESTATE ARCHBCLD TRUCK LINE
Curly Manor IESSE L. SHORT-Mid America
Iohn A. Short
Short 61 Rudolph
HOME RESTAURANT VARIETY STORES
FISH AND SCHROEDER
RETAIL FOOD SERVICE
A 6 P VETERINARIANS
GI-EN BERNATH DR. I. R. PETERS
Rich Food Lockers
RUFFER'S MARKET WELDING AND REPAIRS
SCAF FOLDING EQUIPMENT
BIL-J-AX INC WOODWORKING MANUFACTURING
ARCHBOLD LADDER CO.
BAER CABINET AND SPECIALTY SHOP
FEED AND SEED Graber Mfg.-Stryker
ARCHBOLD SEED AND GRAIN Co. EIXIQEESUIJITQETGCQTOP
ELMIRA ELEVATOR Leininger Home Supply-Elrnira
FAGLEY SEED CO' New York Boat Oar Co.
TUYRW? GfOfmf'5' Feed SAUDER MEC. Co.
Pefflsvlue Gram CO- SAUDER WOODWORKING Co.
Rychener Seed Co.
Stryker Farmer Exchange MISCELLANEQUS
Iohn W. Stuckey
Fayette Mfg. Co.
Dennis Nofziger-Overhead Doors
Sox. H. Short
SHOE REPAIRS A1meda's Candies
Louis Stork Shoe Repair Gaylord Fielitz-Honey
It is for you and for me to exchange farewells. This is the hardest
parting of them all. To think that the time has come when we, who have
grown so accustomed to each other, who have formed a brotherly love for
one another as the days, weeks, months and years have glided by-to
think that the time has come to say the last farewell.
Time flies. It seems but a short time since we entered school. We
enjoyed many pleasant days but occasionally we encountered a few rough
spots here and there. We learned--sometimes the hard way, and now we
are quite certain that life is not a bed of roses.
We have strolled along pleasantly, occasionally plucking the fruit
of knowledge, and we have been drawn together until we seem parts of
each others lives. There are some of us here who spent their hours in se-
questered nooks: some who preferred the strenuous toil of the court and the
diamond: but all have shared alike in the absorption of high idealism and
cf the obedience to honor. Today we have reached a dell where the road
stops, and each must choose his own path and push on alone.
As we approach our last goal we are troubled with the thought that
we will be on our own. We realize that we can no longer lean on the friend-
ly arms of our soon-to-be Alma Mater. We must face the future boldly, with
determination to meet what the world holds in store for us. It is with sad-
ness that we take leave from that part of our lives which has given us so
many pleasant memories.
With grateful hearts to our parents, teachers, and friends who have
made our stay at Archbold High School so pleasant, we pass on, greeting
cheerfully those who are to follow on the morrow, and with a last, lingering
look into each others' eyes, we say farewell. Bon Voyage.
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