Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1956 volume:
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Some Come Laud
Cool, Cool Water
Hepple, The Judge
Dead or Alive?
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Dig That Pose!
Too Close For Comfort
. As Usual
To The Rear Brains At Rest
Sophisticated Sleeper It's Good
We, the graduating class of 1956, wish to dedicate
this edition of The Blue Streak to all of the young men
and women who have graduated from Archbold High
School since its beginning and have gone on to higher
fields of education and training as a means of helping
themselves and, at the same time, to better serve their
We congratulate them on having the desire and de-
termination to devote years of their lives, along with
much hard work, to reach a previously determined
goal. Their greatest reward is their SUCCESS and
their degree of service to mankind.
The Class of 1956 and the school are indeed very
proud of the many notable achievements of these men
We also wish to dedicate a portion of this edition
to the fine, new addition to the high school which we
were privileged to use during our final year. We will
remember it as the year of ten new classrooms, a
new cafeteria, a new Music department, a new Indus-
trial Arts Building, a beautiful new gymnasium, a new
home economics room and a new biology room.
May the future classes use these fine facilities to
their best advantages and profit to the utmost in their
preparation for their futures.
Editor-in-Chief ........ Suzanne Miller
Assistant Editor. .Wilmer Dean Rupp Jr.
Business Manager ........ Sandra Short
Advisor. ........ . . .J. H. Speng er
Published by the Senior Class
Archbold High School
BOARD OF EDUCATIO
Dr. William J. Neal
Dr. J. R. Peters
Owen Rice, Clerk
Lyle Ogbgrn Arvah Siegel
I. H. SPENGLER
B.S. Bowling Green State Uni-
M.A. University of Michigan
R. L. LORTON JACOB BURKHOLDER
Elementary Principal High School Principal
B.S. Oberlin College B. S., A.B. Adrian College
M.A. Ohio State University M.A. Bowling Green State Uni
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
THOMAS L. PARKER
B.L. Berea College
B.A. Ohio University
M.A. Ohio State University
B.S. Bowling Green State Uni-
FRANCIS I. MENICHETTI
B.M. University of Michigan,
University of Illinois
M.M. University of Michigan
Home Economics. English
B.S. Wittenberg, Defiance Col-
lege, Columbia University
B.S. Ohio State University
E1. Degree Manchester College
B.S. Ohio Northern
EVELYN RUPP ELVA KEIM
English. Commercial Commercial
B.S..BOW1iD8 Green Stale Uni- B.A. Spokane University, Ohio
VCFSIIY State University. Ohio University.
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
Physical Education, Basket-
ball, baseball coach, assistant
B.S. Ohio Northern University
WILBUR C. MILLER
Social Studies, Physical Edu-
B.S. Bowling Green State Uni-
M,A, University of Michigan
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English, Social Studies
B.S. University of Michigan
B.S. Defiance College
Social Studies, Football and
B.S. Defiance College
GEORGE F. BAIRD
Mathematics. Physical Edu-
B.S. Ball State
EVERETT H, SAUDERS Student Teachers
Mathematics. Science Tommy Vitello
B.S. Manchester College Robert Westerbeck
B.S. Degrees. Defiance College
ELEME TARY FAC LTY
VIOLET SC HLATTER
Bowling Green State University.
University of Indiana
HAZEL BURKHOLDER MARVEL TRESSLER
Fifth Grade Elementary Music
Bowling Green State University Ypsilanti Normal, Bowling Green
Bowling Green State University
B.S, Defiance College
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University.
Ohio University. Defiance Col-
lege, Indiana University
MILDRED BERNATH FLORENCE WALTER
First Grade Kindergarten
Bowling Green State University Ypsilanti Normal
MARY ELLEN MEIER BETTY DIETZ BESSIE FREY
Second Grade Kindergarten Second Grade
Bowling Green State University. Washington Junior College. Defiance College, Bowling Green
H o u gh to n C o 1 le ge , B . S . Bowling Green State Uni- State University, B.S. Goshen
Goshen College versity. B.S. Defiance Col- College
MARILYN FREY MARY ZIMMERMAN
Third Grade 3rd Grade
Goshen College Bowling Green State University
SCHOOL E PLOYEES
Ella Beck. Mary Grime, Bessie Short. Christie
Earl Bourquin -Elementary Custodian
Arthur Taylor -High School Engineer
Lawrence Smucker Lowell Thomas Warren Kingsbury Earl Bourquin
Elmira Howard Reed Virgil DeGroff Arthur Liechty
Wilmer Rupp Franklin
Sunday Evening, May 20, at Eight 0'cIock
Musical Prelude -
Processional Graduating Class
"Come Thou, Holy Spirit" - Tschesnokotf-Tkach
"Go Not Far From Me, 0 Lord" -----
High School Mixed Chorus
Invocation - - ------ Rev. H. E. Berfsche
Evangelical Mennonite Church
"Chaconne from Sonata No. 4" . ---- J. S. Bach
Doris Jeanne DeGrofi', Clarinet
"The Halls of Ivy" -------- Russell-Knight
High School Mixed Chorus
Baccalaureate Sermon ---- - - Rev. Jesse J. Short
Central Mennonite Church
Hymn-"Abide With Me" ----- Chorus and Audience
1. Abide with me! Fast falls the eventide.
The darkness deepens-Lord, with me abide!
When other helpers fail, and comforts flee,
Help of the helpless, oh, abide with me!
2, Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day,
Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass awayg
Change and decay in all around I seeg
O Thou, who changest not, abide with mc!
3. I need Thy presence ev'ry passing hour:
What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's pow'r?
Who, like Thyself, my guide and stay can be?
Through cloud and sunshine, Lord, abide with me!
Benediction Rev. Bertsche
Rgcgsgignal Audience Seated
Tuesday Evening, May 22, at Eight O'clock
Musical Prelude -------- High School Band
F. J. Menichetti, Director
Processional - - . - - Graduating Crass
"Pump and Circumstancen
National Anthem Band and Audience
Invocation ----- Rev. A. Donald Collins
"Scene and Air"-Qfrom Luisa di Montfortj - - M. Bergson
Wilmer Dean Rupp, Jr., Alto Clarinet
Commencement Address - - - - - - Robert Wyandt
Sylvania Public Schools
"The Carnival of Venice" ---- H. L. Clarke
John Scales, Tuba
Presentation of Diplomas - ----- Board of Education
Dr. William J. Neal, President
"Beatrice et Benedict" - - - - Berlioz-Henning
High School Band
Benediction - Rev, Cqlling
On the morning of September 3. 1943 at 9:00 A. M. a group of 45 timid little boys and girls started
kindergarten under the supervision of Mrs. Walter. Of the present 47 members, 29 of them were in the
original class. They are: Orlene Stuckey. Howard Grime. Nancy Ruffer. Donn Bernath, Bruce Werder,
Suzanne Miller. Donna Miller. Barbarawalters, Delila Gautsche, Maureen Rupp. Donna Waidelich. Roger
Grieser. Dee Ann Christy, Annabelle Miller, Bill Crossgrove. Joanne Beck, Tom Mekus. Dean Rupp. Neil
Spengler, Dale Storrer, Sue Fankhauser. Sandra Short, John Scales. Betty Miller, Don Sommers. Jim
Rice, Anabelle Zuercher. Larry Short, and Doris De Groff.
As the class moved up to the first grade. they were greeted by the open arms of Mrs. Bernath. This
year 33 students were in the first grade.
As the group moved to the second grade. they were welcomed by Mrs.Frey and Mrs. Litwiller. As
they entered the second grade 42 students were in the class. Three new students joined the class. They
were: Joan France. Marlene Leininger. and Larry Rychener. I wonder if Donna W. and Orlene S. remember
when Mrs. Frey used to give them spankings about every day.
During the third year, three new members were added to the class. They were: Janet Moore, Bob
Rufenacht, and Fred Mehrling. The class was under the fine supervision of Mrs. Zimmerman.
The next year proved very interesting. The class was under the supervision of Miss Nofziger. As they
entered the fourth grade, the total enrollment was 39. Three new students joined the class that year.
they were: Jack Miller, Rosemary Brock, Catherine Troeger. giving the class 42 students for the year.
In the fifth grade the class was under the fine leadershipof Mrs. Burkholder. There were no new
members added to the class. Do you seniors remember the beautiful plants that Mrs. Burkholder used to
bring to give the room a fresh lookl
Then as they entered their last year in the elementary building they were under the direction of Mrs.
Farber. During the sixth grade, they had 39 members in the class.
The next year was the big year. for the class was able to go to the Jr. High School. As they entered
the seventh grade. there were 38 members in the class. The class was joined by a new member, La Mar
Gisel from Stryker.
The eighth grade saw one addition to the class. Anne Ruffer from Saginaw, Michigan. This was the
year of the dreaded eighth grade tests. Somehow the class survived and the whole class was looking for-
ward to entering high school.
In the freshman year. there was a much larger class. Pupils from Zone and Elmira enrolled at Arch-
bold. The new additions were: Sue Case, Verle Seiler, Lowell Rupp. Marvin Lantz. Virginia Leininger,
Roger Johnson. Elaine Hoffman. Karen Roth. Barbara Smucker. Mike Holian. Gene Sauder. Rosetta Burk-
holder. and Ruth Herbert, giving the class 52 members.
During the sophomore year, the class had the privilege of choosing their class rings. that would join
them with A. H. S. As so honored, they also had the privilege of initiating the freshmen.
Time moves on. and the class entered the junior year with 51 members. The Juniors put on a very
fine banquet for their superiors. The theme was Enchanted Forest. They also put on two fine plays "The
PerfectIdiot" and "G1amor Boy" which the casts enjoyed very much. This year the class lost two of their
girls, who decided that they wanted to enjoy matrimonial bliss. These girls were Diana Hitt and Cara
In the last year at Archbold High School many things were undertaken by these dignified seniors of
1956. At the first class meeting held during the Senior year. they chose class officers. Bill Crossgrove
was elected President. Doris DeGroff, V. P., Suzanne Miller. Secretary. and Orlene Stuckey, Treasurer.
Then there was the choosing of the class flower which is the white rose, class colorsg charcoal and white,
class mottog "Not finished. just begun". The next big event was having Senior pictures taken and re-
ceiving their name cards. One of the big nights was attending the beautiful Junior-Senior Banquet.
The theme was "Carolina Moon", and it was enjoyed by all. On May 4. the first Senior play entitled
"Clover Time" was given. The second play was given the 15 of May. The title of this one was "O1d
Doc". On May 20. the Baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Rev. Jesse Short from the Central Mennonite
Church. Commencement Exercises were held on May 22 where all the Seniors received their diplomas.
The climaxing event of the year was the Senior trip on which the Seniors planned to go to New York and
Washington on a combined tour. Memories of many happy years spent at A. H. S. will linger in the
minds of the Seniors for the rest of their lives.
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Orlene Nancy Homer Shmo
Donna Barb Bruce Annabelle Dusty
Maureen Rosy Carl Willy
Sue Marvy Jake Bruce Karen
WILLIAM CROSSGROVE - Engineer
Senior Class President, Student Council,
Vice President, National Honor Society.
Preliminary and District Scholarship
Tests, Senior Scholarship Tests, "Glam-
our Boy", "Old Doc", Alpha Honor Roll.
Science Competition, Science Club.
Noon Games, FFA Secretary, Vice
President, President, FFA Parliamentary
Procedure, FFA District and State
Judging Teams, Ag Scholarship Test.
DORIS DeGROFF - Music Educator
Band Secretary and Treasurer, Chorus,
Girls Glee. District and State Solo and
Ensemble Competition, County Festival.
Alpha Honor Roll, Preliminary and
District Scholarship Tests, "Old Doc",
"Perfect Idiot" , National Honor Society
Secretary. Student Council Treasurer.
Junior and Senior Class Vice President,
Secretary of Sci Questa Club, Music
Educators National Convention, Li-
brarian, Social Club, Local and District
Science Competition. Summer Music
Scholarship. Dance Band, Annual Staff,
Senior Scholarship Tests, Science Fair
SUZANNE MILLER - Secretary
Class Secretary and Treasurer, Band,
Girl's Glee. Halloween Queen Attend-
ant, Noon Games, Preliminary and
District Scholarship Tests. Ensemble
Competition. Editor of Archette, Annual
Staff-Editor, "Glamour Boy","Clover
Time", Alpha Honor Roll, District
Science Competition, Quadri County
Science Fair, County Festival, National
Honor Society, Office Secretary. 4-H.
ORLENE STUCKEY - College
Senior Class Treasurer. National Honor
Society. District and State Science
Competition, Science Club, County
Festival, Chorus, Girl's Glee. Pre-
liminary and District Scholarship Tests,
Senior Scholarship Tests. Noon Games,
JOANNE SUE BECK - Nurse
Band, Chorus. Girl's Glee. Girl's Vocal
Quartet. Woodwind Quintet, Clarinet
Quartet, Sci Questa Club, Basketball
Cheerleader, FFA Sweetheart, Football
Queen Attendant, Halloween Queen
Attendant, Band Council, "Perfect
Idiot", "Clover Time", Home Ec. Club,
Science Fair, Marching Band, County
Festival, Honor Roll.
DONN LOUIS BERNATH - Electrical
Solo, Ensemble. Band Competition, Band
President. Class President 9,10,ll, Vice
President of Science Club, "Glamour
Boy". "Clover Time", Science Com-
petition, National Honor Society, Alpha
Honor Roll, Student Council.
ROSEMARY BROCK - Office Work
Majorette, Archette Staff, Home Ec.
Club, Prompter for Ir. Play, Science
Fair. Elementary Assistant, Noon
Games. Librarian. Usher for Sr. Play.
SUE CASE - Office Work
Home Ec. Club. Girl's Glee, Science
Fair, Archette Staff, Junior Play-" Glam-
our Boy", Cafeteria Aid, Noon Games.
DEE ANN CHRISTY - Speech Therapist
Chorus - Vice President,County Fes-
tival, Music Competition. Honor Roll,
Annual Staff. Sci-Questa Club, Science
Competition, Home Ec. Club. Intra-
mural Games, Summer Dramatics,
"Glamour Boy" . "Old Doc" . Social Club
SUE FANKHAUSER - Comptometer
Chorus, Girl's Glee, Honor Roll, Archette
Staff, Science Fair, Play Prompter, Sci.
OuestaClub. HomeEc. Club, Librarian.
4-l-I Club, Chorus State and District
Competition, Social Club.
DELILA GAUTSCHE - Secretary
Alpha Honor Roll, District Science
Competition. Quadri County Science
Fair,National Honor Society. "Glamour
Boy","Old Doc", Principal's Secretary.
Preliminary and District Tests. Cafeteria
Aid, Assistant Editor of Archette.
LA MAR GISEL - Business Executive
Golf, Honor Roll, Sci Questa Club,
Science Competition, A-Association,
ROGER LEE GRIESER - Salesman
"The Perfect Idiot", Basketball, Golf,
Science Competition, Noon Games.
HOWARD GRIME - Millionaire
Football. A-Association, Honor Roll,
Noon Games, Science Competition.
RUTH HERBERT - Musician
Chorus, Glee Club, Band, Social Club,
Science Club, Home Ec. Club, Honor
Roll, "Perfect Idiot","C1over Time",
District and State Scholarship Tests,
Choral Accompanist, Dance Band,
Science Competition. Prince of Peace
Declamations. Girl's State.
ELAINE HOFFMAN - Secretary
Band. Chorus. Girl's Glee. Woodwind
Quintet, French Horn Quartet, District
and State Solo and Ensemble Com-
petition, Band and Chorus Competition,
Science Club, Science Fair. 4-H Club.
Honor Roll. "Glamour Boy" . "Old Doc" .
Noon Games. County Band. Music Camp.
MIKE HOLIAN - Musician or Music
Chorus. Music Competition. County
Festival, Boy's Glee. Noon Games
"Perfect Idiot" .
MARVIN LANTZ - Electrician
FFA Treasurer and Secretary. Parlia-
mentary Procedure, State Electrical
Award, Mixed Chorus Competition.
County Festival, "O1d Doc".
VIRGINIA JUNE LEININGER - Peop1e's
Honor Roll. Gir1's Glee. Mr. Lorton's
Secretary, Home Ec. Club. Librarian.
Science Fair, Science Competition. 4-H
FRED MEHRLING - United States Army
Basketball. Track. Science Com-
THOMAS MEKUS - Businessman
Chorus. Boy's Glee Club. Music Com
petition. Honor Roll, Sci Questa Club,
Science Competition, "Perfect Idiot",
Noon Games, Basketball, Golf. A-
Associa tion. Football Manager. Scholar-
ship Tests, Annual Staff.
ANNABELLE MILLER - Factory Worker
County Chorus. Mixed Chorus, Home
Ec. Club, Quadri County Science Fair.
Chorus Competition-District and State.
Cafeteria Aid, Honor Roll.
BETTY JUNE MILLER - Factory Worker
Home Economics Club, Science Fair
DONNA MARIE MILLER - Secretary
Honor Roll, Home Ec. Club, "Glamour
Boy", "Old Doc", Archette Staff, Sec-
retary for Mr. Burkholder, Science Fair,
JACK MILLER - Teacher and Coach
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track,
Honor Roll Sci Questa Club, Science
Competition A -A ssociation, Homecom-
ing Captain, Basketball Co-Captain,
Northern Border Conference First Team-
Basketball, Honorable Mention All
JAMES RICE - Engineer
National Honor Society, Science Club,
Alpha Honor Roll, "Clovertime " , "Glam-
our Boy", Science Competition, Pre-
liminary and District Scholarship Tests,
Senior Scholarship Test, Student Coun-
cil, Football Manager, Basketball Mana-
KAREN ROTH - Nurse
Chorus, Glee Club, County Festival,
Music Competition, Library Assistant,
Preliminary Scholarship Tests, District
Scholarship Tests, Science Competition,
Science Fair, Science Club, Honor Roll
Noon Games "Clovertime
ROBERT D. RUFENACHT -
Mobile Farm Service
FFA, Jr. Play "Glamour Boy", Honor Roll,
FFA Judging Team, FFA Parliamentary
Procedure, FFA Honor Roll, State FFA
ANNE RUFFER - Elementary Teacher
Band Solo, Flute Trio, Chorus, Honor
Roll, Sci Questa Club, District and State
Science Competition, Student Council,
SocialClub, "Perfect Idiot", "Old Doc",
Football Queen Attendant, County Fes-
tival, Science Fair,
NANCY RUFFER - Beautifician
Glee Club, Science Club, Social Club,
Home Ec. Club, Archette Staff, Honor
Roll, Majorette, Drum Major, Science
Fair, Science Competition, Music Com-
petition "Glamour Boy".
LOWELL RUPP - Farmer
A-Association Football, "Glamour Boy",
"Old Doc", Chorus, Boys Glee, Noon
Games, Honor Roll, County Festival,
Science Competition, Music Com-
MAUREEN RUPP - Nurse
Band, Chorus, Girl's Glee, Vocal Quar-
tet,Woodwind Quintet, Solo, Band Sec-
retary and Treasurer, Band Council
Chorus Vice President, "Glamour Boy",
"Old Doc", FFA Sweetheart, Football
Queen, Sci Questa Club, Home Ec. Club,
Noon Games, Girl's Captain, Football
Cheerleader, Basketball Cheerleader,
Science Fair, Honor Roll, County Fes-
WILMER DEAN RUPP JR. - Chemist
Student Council President, National
Honor Society President, Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Track, Preliminary and District
Scholarship Tests, Annual Staff, "Per-
fect Idiot", "Old Doc", Alpha Honor
Roll, Valedictorian. Science Com-
petition, Sci-Questa Club, Band, Cho -
rus, Band Council, Solo and Ensemble,
County Festival, Noon Games, Sr. Schol-
arship Tests - lst in County, Boys Glee,
Summer Music Scholarship A-Asso-
ciation, Bousch and Lomb Science A-
ward, Band Equipment Manager, Rych-
GENE SAUDER - Businessman
Golf, Noon Games, Basketball, Baseball,
Science Competition, A-Association,
Basketball Manager, "Perfect Idiot".
JOHN SCALES - College
Football,Track, Band Chorus, Glee Club,
Solo, Ensemble, Band, and Chorus Com-
petition. "Glamour Boy", "Old Doc",
Science Club, A-Association Science
Competition, Boys State, Honor Roll,
Summer Music Scholarship.
LARRY SHORT - Coach
Chorus, Boys Glee, Honor Roll, Sci
Questa Club, Science Competition,
"Perfect Idiot", Old Doc", Quadri Coun-
ty Science Fair, Basketball, Baseball,
County Festival, Golf, A-Association,
SANDRA SHORT - College
Band Chorus, Music Competition, Coun-
ty Festival, Band Council, National
Honor Society, Alpha Honor Roll, Stu-
dent Council, Sci Questa Club, Dance
Band, Annual Staff, Noon Games. "Old
Doc", "Glamour Boy", Preliminary and
District Scholarship Tests, Senior Schol-
arship Tests,Science Fair, Science Com-
BARBRA SMUCKER -
Band Chorus, Glee Club, Mr. Lorton's
Secretary Librarian, Honor Roll "Per-
fect Idiot", Science Club, County Fes-
tival Ensemble Competition, Marching
Band Noon Ga mes District Science Com-
petition, Quadri County Science Fair,
DONALD SOMMERS - Woodworker
Noon Games, Track.
NEIL DOUGLAS SPENGLER - College
National Honor Society, A -A ssociation,
Basketball Co-Captain, Baseball, Foot-
ball, Golf, Chorus, Boy's Glee, Pre-
liminary and District Scholarship Tests,
Annual Staff, Senior Scholarship Test,
"Perfect Idiot", "Old Doc", Alpha Honor
Roll, Science Competition, Current
Events Convention, Science Club Pres-
ident, County Festival, Music Com-
petition, Science Fair Committee, Noon
Games Summer Dramatics All League
DALE STORRER - Farmer
Band, Chorus, Basketball, Football,
Track, "The Perfect Idiot'!, "C1over
Time Honor Roll, Science Fair Com-
DONNA MAE WAIDELICH - Secretary
Mixed Chorus, County Festival, Home
Ec. Club, Quadri County Science Fair,
"Clovertime Honor Roll, Chorus Com-
petition, Noon Games, Cafeteria Aid,
Grade SchoolAssistant, District Science
BARBARA WALTERS - Art Teacher
Sci Questa Club, Social Club, Alpha
Honor Roll, Science Competition, Girls
Glee, Betty Crocker Home maker Award,
Summer Dramatics, Senior Play "Old
Doc", Scholarship Tests, Music Com-
petition. Noon Games.
BRUCE WERDER - Engineer
Band Ense mble, "Glamour Boy",
"Clovertime ", Science Club, Science
Competition, Honor Roll.
BERDENE ANN WYSE - College
Sci Questa Club, Home Ec. Club, Mixed
Chorus, County Festival, Noon Games,
Honor Roll,"Perfect ldiot", "Glamour
Boy", Science Fair, Chorus Competi-
tion, Girl's Glee Club.
COLLEEN WYSE - Physiotherapist
Band, Chorus, Flute Trio Girl's Quar-
tet, Honor Roll, "Perfect Idiot", "Old
Doc", Social Club, Sci Questa Club,
Flute Quartet, Music Competition,
Summer Dramatics, Noon Games, Girls
ANNABELLE ZUERCHER -
Mixed Chorus, District and State Science
Competition, County Festival, State and
District Music Competition, Quadri
County Science Fair, Honor Roll, Pre-
liminary Tests, Girl's Glee,Noon Games,
Grade School Assistant, Home Ec. Club
Cafeteria Aid, Archette Sta ff, "Glamour
Boy", "Old Doc".
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SEATED: Bruce Werder, Joanne Beck, Ruth Herbert, ING: Jim Rice, Orlene Stuckey, Karen Roth, Donna
Marvin Lantz, Donn Bernath, Suzanne Miller. STAND- Waidelich, Berdene Wyse, Dale Storrer.
SEATED: Barbara Walters, Larry Short, Bill Crossgrove, Sandra Short, Elaine Hoffman, John Scales, Neil Speng-
Maureen Rupp, Anne Ruffer, Delila Gautsche, Lowell ler, Dean Rupp, Dee Ann Christy, Donna Miller.
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STUDENT COUNCIL -
BACK ROW: Mr. Menichetti. Gene Graf. Bob
Fraas. Bill Crossgrove. Wilmer Rupp. IohnRich. Tom
Grieser, Bill Palmer, Dean Rupp. Bill DeGroff, Mr.
The student governing body of
Archbold High School, composed of
elected representatives from grades
seven through twelve experienced
another busy year. This group, with
the advice of the faculty advisers,
plays an important part in the high
Burkholder. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Keim. Karen
Peters, Norma Burkholder, Doris DeGroff. Sandra
Short, Joan Huffman, Bud Stuckey.
school activities. The Council is the
voice of the student body through which
the students, their classes and organ-
izations have their opportunities in the
matter of participating in school af-
fairs inademocratic way befitting our
American way of life.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
BACK ROW: Mr. Sutherland, Myrl Sauder, Bill
Crossgrove, James Rice, Neil Spengler, Wilmer
Rupp, Donn Bernath, Mr. Clark. MIDDLE ROW:
Mrs. Loder. Mrs. Keim. Doris DeGroff. Janet Myers,
Norma Burkholder, Suzanne Miller, Orlene Stuckey,
The Archbold Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society was formed in
l95O,and is based on standards set by
the National Honor Society. These
standards are Scholarship, Character,
Leadership, and Service. Eligible stu-
dents must be in the upper fourth of
the Junior Class. Sophomores are
sometimes selected as probationary
members, but they do not become ac-
tive until the induction in their Junior
year. The students are chosen by a
Delila Gautsche. Mr. Parker. FRONT ROW: Mr.
Burkholder. Janis Peters. Joan Williams. Jeanette
Sauder, Sandra Short, Verlene Nafziger, Elaine
Frey. Vee Schlatter, Miss Rupp.
faculty committee composed of
teachers who have come in contact
with the eligible meiribers on a fairly
broad scale. The selected students
must maintain a grade average of above
a C in order to remain in the organi-
zation. Ifthey are able to do this, they
become lifetime members.
This years induction was held in
front of the student body in a beautiful
and impressive ceremony.
t A -drama
STANDING: Donna Miller, Delila Gautsche, Sue
Case, Sue Fankhauser. Nancy Ruffer, Fred Mehrling,
The ARCHETTE is eagerly antici-
pated by the student body twice each
month. It keeps them informed on all
phases of school activities including
sports, dramatics, scholastic accom-
plishments, music, science etc., as
Gene Sauder, Mrs. Keim, faculty adviser. SEATED:
Jack Miller. Armabelle Zuercher, Suzanne Miller.
well as the latest developments in the
The ARCHETTE is edited and pub-
lished by the Journalism Class, under
the supervision of Mrs. Keim.
STANDING: Sara Jane Zaerr. Mrs. Bourquin
faculty. Billy Winzeler, Arlene Rupp. SEATED:
Elaine Nofziger. Joyce Nofziger. Judy Nafziger,
Eunice Hall. Maretta Britsch.
CLQUESTA CL B
BACK ROW: Bruce Werder, Veryl Roth. Myrl Sauder.
James Rice, Jack Miller, Larry Short. Tom Stevens.
Larry Fish, John Rupp, Kriss Stutzman. Bill Crossgrove,
Donn Bernath. THIRD ROW: Bud Stuckey. John Scales,
Beryl Grisier. Wilmer Rupp. Duane Penrod, Neil
Spengler, Tom Mekus, Lamar Gisel, Fred Gearing. John
Rich, Roger Vonier, Bill Palmer. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Saunders, faculty. Janet Myers. Bonnie Short, Vee
The Science Club had another outstanding year in
the way of accomplishments. Archbold science students
again won more than their share of Superior and
Excellent ratings at Bowling Green and in the State
finals held at Wittenberg College.
Their big undertaking was sponsoring and preparing
for the Sixth Annua1Quadri-County Science Fair. which
was bigger and better than all of the previous ones. The
quality of the projects was better and more space was
available for showing them.
Donn Bernath, Wilmer Dean Rupp and Thelma Ernst
Schlatter, Balbina Lisak, Joan Huffman. Verlene
Nafziger. Elaine Frey. Joan Williams, Anne Ruffer.
Colleen Wyse, Maureen Rupp, Joanne Beck, Norma
Burkholder. Mr.Clark.faculty. FRONT ROW: Florence
Herbert, Carol Gautsche, Barbara Gearig, Nadine Gisel.
Pamela Lauber, Carole Wheeler. Marilyn Miller, Donna
Baldwin. Dee Ann Christy, Sandra Short, Doris DeGroff,
Barbara Walters. Brenda Pursel. Janis Peters.
of Fayette were the grand prize winners and exhibited
their projects at the National Science Fair held at
Mr. Clark and Mr. Sauders, science instructors, along
with Mr. Miller, who assisted the Junior High pupils
with their projects, furnished the necessary guidance to
make the fair the success that it was. The club officers
for the year 1955-1956 were Neil Spengler, President,
Donn Bernath, Vice President. Doris DeGroff, Secretary.
and Sandra Short. Treasurer.
19 6 QUADRI-COUNTY SCIENCE F IR
FFA JUDGING TEAM
Ronald Gigax. Rex Short, Bob Rufenacht, Gary Rupp.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
BACK ROW: Alfred Dohm, Lyle Fruchey, Mike Wyse. Rollin Nafziger. Dale Leininger. Roger Miller, Ronnie
Gerald Myers. Gary Short,Jerry Case, Gary Rupp, Curtis Borton, Cloyce Nofziger. Marvin Miller, Tom Yoder.
Zaerr. THIRD ROW: Larry Nofziger. Ralph Van Slyke, Roger Roth, Richard Waldvogel. FRONT ROW: Donald
James Nicolen. Stanley Ruffer, Ben Westfall, Leotus Frey, Merle Beck. Merle Short, Gary Storrer, Bob
Amstutz,Robert Hausch,Dera1d Seiler. SECOND ROW: Rufenacht, Ronnie Fielitz, Marvin Lantz. Mr.Gal1away,
STANDING Susie Murbach. Sandra Short, Marilyn Ruffer. SEATED: Doris DeGroff Dee Ann Christy
Miller Ruth Herbert Carol Gautsche,Caro1eWheeler. Joan Huffman, Barbara Walters Bonnie Short Donna
Nadine Gisel Barbara Gearig, Lynda Emery. Anne Ba1dwin.Janet Myers,Pame1a Lauber Colleen Wyse
The Social Club is the high school
organization which attempts to pro-
mote and develop wholesome activities
for the high school students. They
promote a number of school dances
during the year. Most of these are in-
formal and much time is devoted to
encouraging and teaching anyone who
is interested in learning to dance.
They usually have at least one or two
dress-up dances as well where the
young folks have an opportunity to come
decked out in their very best attire.
They sponsor and encourage other
social activities as well.
Officers of the club for the school
year 1955-56 were Dee Ann Christy,
Presidentg Susie Murbach, Vice Pres-
identg Donna Baldwin, Sec retaryg Janet
SENIOR HIGH HO OR ROLL
BACK ROW? Howard Grime, Veryl Roth. Myrl Sauder.
James Rice, Jack Miller, Larry Short, Larry Fish. John
Rupp. Kriss Stutzman. Bill Palmer, Neil Spengler, La-
Mar Gisel. Bill Crossgrove. FOURTH ROW: Bud
Stuckey, John Scales. Donn Bernath, Wilmer Dean
Rupp, Tom Mekus. John Rich, Annabelle Zuercher.
Donna Waidelich, Sandra Hall, Louise Nofziger.
Jeanette Sauder, Sondra Miller, Pauline Leininger,
THIRD ROW: Grace Waidelich, Berdene Wyse, Karen
Roth. Virginia Leininger. Elaine Hoffman, Suzanne
Miller, Anne Ruffer. Colleen Wyse. Maureen Rupp,
Joanne Beck. Delila Gautsche. Donna Miller. SECOND
ROW: Ruth Ann Miller. Nadine Gisel. Marilyn Miller.
Joan Huffman. Donna Baldwin. Bonnie Short. De Ann
Christy, Sandra Short, Doris DeGroff. Darbara Walters.
Sue Fankhauser, Nancy Ruffer. FRONT ROW: Verlene
Nafziger, Joan Williams, Elaine Frey, Janet Myers.
Vee Schlatter,Dorothy Leu, Lois Myers, Arletta Kennel.
Janis Peters, Norma Burkholder. Barbara Smucker.
UNIOR HIGH HO OR ROLL
BACK ROW: DwayneRufenacht, Bob Fraas, Gene Roth,
Dean Rupp. Peter Short, Tom Grieser. Leotus Amstutz,
Roger Roth, Jack Short, Steward Wyse. FIFTH ROW:
Rollin Nafziger, Kenneth Nafziger, Gene Baus, Allen
Stuckey, Tom Gallaway, Douglas Rich, Gene Nofziger,
Larry Barger, Terry Murbach. Rex Hornish, Dean Beck.
FOURTH ROW: Karen Peters, Phyllis Schnitkey, Bonnie
Haas, Doris Miller, Sharon Aschliman. Byrdalene Wyse.
Karen Short. Paul Lauber, Bob Lauber, James Kleck.
Everardo Santos, Denton Wyse. THIRD ROW: Carol
Erbskorn, Charlene Nafziger, Joyce Nofziger. Juliene
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Crossgrove, Elaine Nofziger, Jeanette Wyse, Billy Win-
zeler, Judy Nafziger, Shirley Weber. Patricia Rufenacht,
Shirley Rupp. Mary Alice Sauder. SECOND ROW: Betty
Schultz, Cara Lou Schrock, Maureen Sullivan, Jane
Buehrer, Linda Short. Eunice Hall, Beverly Scott, Diane
Frey, Linda Collamore, Carol Sauder, Charlene Wyse,
Rosene Miller. Valetta Aschliman. FIRST ROW: Lois
Hall, Linda Wyse, Janice Harper, Marlene Rupp, Joyce
Kingsbury, JoAnne Schrock, Natalie Wyse, De Ann
Rupp. Barbara Gisel. Billye Detter, Christiane Haubold,
Adda Margaret Neel, Sandra Schlosser.
Good scholarship is considered one of the most important
goals of our educational system. Considerable emphasis
is placed upon a testing program which includes the
Every Pupil Tests. Senior Scholarship Tests, Preliminary
District State Tests. Eighth Grade Tests, and the Final
State Scholarship Tests. Archbold students have excelled
in scholarship even as they have in science. music,
athletics and all other departments of the school.
NAME SUBJECT LOCAL DIST. STATE
Wilmer Dean Rupp Sr. Scholarship lst in Co 3rd 15
William Crossgrove " " 2nd in Co.H, M, H. M.
James Rice " " 4th in Co. H. M. H. M.
Donn Bernath 5th in Co. H, M, H, M,
Neil Spengler 13th in Co.
Sandra Short 14th in Co
Doris DeGroff 17th in Co
Ruth Herbert " " 23rd in Co
Orlene Stuckey " " 25th in Co
Neil Spengler English XII lst
Wilmer Dean Rupp " " lst
Sandra Short " " 3rd
Karen Roth " " 4th
Wilmer Dean Rupp Physics lst
William Crossgrove " 2nd
James Rice " 3rd
Orlene Stuckey Latin 11 4th
Ruth Herbert " " 6th
Larry Fish English 11 lst
Joan Williams " " lst
Vee Schlatter " " 3rd
Brenda Pursel " 4th
Jeanette Sauder " " 4th
Joan Williams American Hist. lst
Vee Schlatter " " 2nd
William Palmer " " 3rd
Ilva Nafziger " " 4th
Janet Myers " " 5th
Vee Schlatter Chemistry lst 6th H. M.
Larry Fish " 2nd
Verlene Nafziger " 3rd
NA ME SUBJECT LOCAL DIST. STATE
Susie Murbach English X lst
Kriss Stutzman " " 2nd
Bernadine Beck " " 3rd
Kriss Stutzman Latin ll lst
John Rupp " " 2nd
Susie Murbach " " 31-d
Ruth Ann Miller Plane Geometry lst 11th H. M
John Rich " " 2nd
Kriss Stutzman " " 31-d
John RUDD Biology lsr 10th
Kriss Stutzman " 2nd 7th H, M
Bob Grisier " 3rd
John Rupp World Hist. lst
Kriss Stutzman " " 2nd
Bud Stuckey " " 6th
Herbert Ruffer " "
Elaine Nofziger English 9 lst
Joyce Nofziger " " 2nd
Shirley Weber " " 3rd
Byrdalene Wyse Latin 1 lst 3rd. 8th I-l. M.
Nedra Kauffman " " 2nd
Elaine Nofziger " " 2nd
Roger Roth Algebra lst 13th
Jeanette Wyse " 2nd 11th
Juliene Crossgrove " 2nd
Donelda Sauder " 2nd
Leotus Amstutz Gen. Science lst 6th
Roger Roth " " 2nd
Dean E. Rupp " " 31-d
Byrdalene Wyse 4th
Shirley Rupp 5th
EIGHTH GRADE TESTS
Cara Lou Schrock ranked first in the 1956 State
Eighth Grade Tests in Archbold. She ranked fourth in
Fulton County. Others placing in the upper one-fourth
of the class were: Linda Short, Allen Stuckey. Paul
Lauber. Robert Fraas, Dwayne Rufenacht. David Miller,
Tommy Gallaway, Kenneth Nafziger. Douglas Rich.
Larry Barger, Valetta Aschliman. Terry Murbach,
Maretta Britsch. Linda Collamore, Betty Schultz, Rex
Hornish. Gene Baus. Eunice Hall, Dean Beck. and
Beverly Scott. The following additional pupils ranked
in the upper fourth in Fulton County: Gene Nafziger.
Jack Short, Carol Sauder, Diane Frey, and Gary Miller.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP LETTERS
Members in the upper one-fourth of the class of
1956 were awarded a script A Scholarship Letter for
outstanding scholastic achievement during their four
years of high school. The following Seniors were
awarded letters. Don Bernath. William Crossgrove,
Doris DeGroff. De1ilaGautsche, Donna Miller. Suzanne
Miller, James Rice. Wilmer Dean Rupp. Sandra Short,
Neil Spengler. Orlene Stuckey, Annabelle Zuercher.
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BACK ROW: Elaine Frey. Dorothy Leu, Duane Brenda Pursel, Carolyn Miller, Verlene Nafziger,
Penrod, Fred Gearing, Larry Fish, Myrl Sauder. Joan Williams, Linda Stamm. Lois Myers, Janis
Ronald Fielitz. Florence Herbert. FRONT ROW: Peters.
"The Adorable Imp"
BACK ROW: Roger V0f1i6r. Bill Palmer. Gary JanetMyers. Donna Baldwin, Balbina Lisak, Norma
Storrer, Tom Stevens, Doyle Hayes. FRONT ROW: Burkholder. Joan Huffman, Janerh Schantz.
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The Archbold High School Band maintained their
reputation as one of the most outstanding high school
bands in the state of Ohio and in the entire middle west.
Under the very capable direction of Mr. Menichetti the
band and its ensembles made their usual number of
public appearances during the school year. They have
yet to turn down a request for their servicesunless it
came ata time of direct conflict with their school pro-
The band did an excellent job at all of the home
football games last fall, they presented two fine pro-
grams during the school year, played for various school
functions, exchanged concerts with Defiance High
School, played for the Music Association in Toledo, en-
joyed a trip to Bob-Lo and other activities too numerous
They received a Superior rating in the state for the
fourth consecutive year, which is added proof that they
are on a par with the very best of high school bands.
May they continue to excel!
STANDING: Joanne Beck, Bud Stuckey, Mr. Meni-
Maureen Rupp, Donn Bemath, Susie Murbach, San-
chetti,Norma Burkholder. SEATED: Douglas Rich, 49 dra Short, Patricia Rufenacht.
Sharon Lindley. STANDING:
Eunice Hall, Mary Ann King,
Connie Wyse. KNEELING:
Doris Thomas, Natalie Wyse,
SOLO AND ENSEMBLES
Larry Barger, Delbert Britsch,
Norma Burkholder, Janis Peters,
Florence Herbert, Margaret Rupp,
Sharyn Mekus, Jane Buehrer, Dean Rupp, Rex Hornish, Douglas
Linda Short, Susie Rufenacht. Rich.
Anne Ruffer, Colleen Wyse, Su- BACK: Tom Grieser. MIDDLE:
sie Murbach. Michael Sullivan, Barbara Gearig
Tom Yoder, FRONT: Delbert
Britsch, Dean Rupp.
BACK: Carol Gautsche, Mary
Lou Roth. FRONT: Burdette
Stuckey, John Rupp.
Doris DeGroff Barbara Smucker, Mary Lou Roth,
Doris DeGroff, Wilmer Rupp.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
Mary Lou Roth, Joanne Beck, BACK: Janis Peters, Janeth
Maureen Rupp, Colleen Wyse. Schantz, Dorothy Leu. MIDDLE:
Verlene Nafziger, Norma Burk-
holder. FRONT: Janet Myers.
BACK: Joyce Nofziger, Jeanette BACK: Linda Short, Sharyn Me-
Wyse. MIDDLE: Sharon Asch- kus. FRONT: Susie Rufenacht,
liman, Sandra Maust. FRONT: Jane Buehrer.
Byrdalene Wyse, Sara Jane Zaerr.
Donn Bernath, Michael Sullivan, Robert Sandra Short, Maureen Sullivan, Be rn-
Fraas, David Rupp. adine Beck, Brenda Pursel.
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The year 1955-56 marked a new
era for the Industrial Arts Department.
After being housed for many years in
somewhat of a temporary structure
Mr. Hornish and the boys moved into
their new building last fall. They now
have afine, modern, fire-proof struc-
ture with all of the latest equipment
and machinery. They spent consider-
able time in getting the building ready
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unable to accomplish and complete
their usual amount of shop work. They
are looking forward to next year when
they can get things under way as soon
as school opens.
Archbold High School offers a full
four course in Industrial Arts for any
boys who wish to specialize in this
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Archbold Day at fair
Football Preview here
Archbold 25, Eden 12
Archbold 6, Delta 6
Swanton 60, Archbold 12
Wauseon 20, Streaks 0
Homecoming, Arrows 27, Streaks 6
"Ir, Play. "Heading For A Wedding"
Archbold 22, Hicksville 13
Streaks 20, Bloomdale 14
NWOEA Meeting in Toledo
Montpelier 45, Archbold O.
Armistice Day Vacation
County Teachers at Pettisville
Basketball in new gym, Streaks 55,
Archbold 51, Montpelier 42
Streaks 62, Fayette 47
Archbold 82, Swanton 37
Junior Play, "The Adorable lmp"
Streaks 54, Liberty Center 38
Streaks 59, Pettisville 45
Archbold 65, Delta 69
Christmas Vacation begins
Streaks 70, Wauseon 71
Archbold 69, Ridgeville 73
Archbold 67, Montpelier 57
Streaks 47, Arrows 58
Streaks 66, Delta 63
Swiss Singers Concert
Archbold 62, Swanton 53
Senior Scholarship Tests
Archbold 65, Falcons 57
Streaks 64, Eagles 42
Archbold 58, Indians 46
Streaks 55, Blackbirds 50
Drawings for County Tournament
Streaks 58, Arrows 65
Streaks 90, Metamora 34 C.T.
Archbold 51, Fayette 44 C.T.
Archbold 70, Delta 55 C.T. Finals
3 Adrian vs Defiance College here
Archbold 53, Ottawa Hills 54 D,T.
Miami University Boys Chorus
Blood Bank in new gym
District Solos and Ensembles
County Teachers at Archbold
District Band and Chorus
Second Every Pupil Tests
Good Friday Services
Archbold 2, Fayette 3
Preliminary Dist.-State Tests
Sturgis, Mich. Band
Archbold 16, Pettisville 4
Science Day at Bowling Green
Archbold 6, Stryker 3
Track-Archbold 36, Fayette 82
Archbold 18 112, L. Center 59 112, Delta 70
Eighth Grade Tests
Archbold 2, Defiance 16
Archbold 2, Montpelier 4.
Quadri-County Science Fair
State Solos and Ensembles
Track, Archbold 58, Swanton 60
Golf, Archbold 5 112, Swanton 16 112
Archbold 6, Fayette 5 C.T.
State Science Day at Wittenberg
Archbold 2, Lyons 4 C.T.
Track, Archbold 48, Liberty Center 70
Arbor Day Program
Golf, Archbold 5, Napoleon 19
State Band and Chorus
Track, Archbold 56 113, Montpelier 61 213
Archbold 4, Wauseon 6
Senior Play, "Clover Time"
Track, Archbold, Lyons, Pettisville, Chesterfield
State Final Scholarship Tests at B. Green
Archbold 10, Delta 11
Golf, Archbold 2 112, Ottawa Hills 21 112
University of Michigan Band
Baseball, Archbold 0, Defiance 16
County Track Meet at Delta
Senior Play "Old Doc"
NBC Track Meet
Senior Practice for Commencement
Golf, Archbold 12, Wauseon 0
Commencement Exercises, Senior Reception
Turn in books, Seniors leave on trip
Grade cards and ice cream
Seniors return from trip
UNIOR SENIOR BAN UET
HO E ECONOMICS
BACK ROW: Patsy Gisel, Bonnie Haas, Sharon Asch-
liman, Phyllis Schnitkey, Mary Lou Roth, Bonnie Short,
Carol Gautsche, Carolyn Pickett, Clara Miller, Shirley
Buerge,Phyllis Graber, Barbara Gearig. THIRD ROW:
Jeanette Wyse, Shirley Riegsecker, Marjorie Schantz,
Leola Baer, Janice l-lausch, Doris Miller, Barbara
Roth, Louana Gisel, Juliene Crossgrove, Charlene
Nafziger, Sandra Maust, Linda Brodbeck, Anabelle
Miller, Donna Waidelich, Bonnie Schroeder,Shir1ey
Wyse, Nancy Ruffer, Sue Frankhauser. FRONT ROW:
Nola Nofziger, Benadine Beck, Pamela Lauber, Betty
Lou Roth, Marilyn Miller, Nadine Gisel, Carole Wheel-
Dohm,Peggy Yoder, Joyce Short, Marilyn Gautsche, 3,5 er, Miss Fagley.
Darlene Short, Sue Case. SECOND ROW: Lou Ann
VARSITY BASKETB LL
BACK ROW: John Rich, Rex Ziegler, Doyle Hayes,
Tom Mekus, Tom Stevens, Bob Bridges, William Ar-
The Blue Streaks, playing a tough schedule, com-
piled a record of 16 wins and 6 losses for the season.
They won the county tournament for the sixth consec-
utive year. They tied with Delta for the Championship
of the Northern Border Conference. In the District Tourn-
ament they drew a bye in the first round, then lost a
heartbreaker toa good Ottawa Hills team by a score of
54 to 53. The game was decided on a free-throw in the
final seconds of the game.
The Reserves won 17 games and lost only one for an
excellent record. Thisteam will be the varsity for next
year as all of the Varsity starters will graduate. The
Junior High boys had a good record and should have
another fine team next year.
Arcanum won the State Class B title,and Middle-
town won the Class A crown. Neil Spengler won the foul
Date We Opponent They
Nov. 15 55. . .Lyons ..... .40
23 51. . . Montpelier. . . 42
25 62. . .Fayette .... .47
Dec. 2 82. . . Swanton . . . . 37
9 54. . .'Liberty Center . 38
13 59. . . Pettisville. . . .45
16 65. . . Delta ..... . 69
23 70. . .'Wauseon. . . .71
27 69. . . Ridgeville. . . .73
30 67. . .'Montpelier. . .57
Ian. 6 47. . . Ottawa Hills. . .58
13 66. . .'Delta. .... . 63
thur, Coach. SEATED: Roger Grieser, Fred Mehrling,
Jack Miller, Neil Spengler, Wilmer Rupp, Larry Short.
shooting honors and his name will be added to the trophy.
Jack Miller was high scorer for the team as he netted
420 points, for one of the two or three all time highs
for an Archbold player.
The squad loses Jack Miller,Neil Spengler, La rry
Short, Wilmer Rupp, Fred Mehrling, Dale Storrer, and
Tom Mekus by graduation.
The Streaks added two trophies to their collection,
one for the league title, and the other for the County
The 1955- 56 season marked a new era in Archbold
High School Basketball - the opening and using of the
new gymnasium, taking care of about 1200 people.
Large crowds were on hand for several of the games and
even the smallest crowds were larger than the old gym
Date We Opponent They
Jan. 20 62. . .'Swanton. . . . 53
24 65. . Ridgeville. . . 57
27 64. . .Fayette .... .42
31 58. . .Wauseon .... 46
Feb. 3 55. . .Pettisville. . . .50
10 58 . .Ottawa Hills. . 65
17 90. . Metamora .... 34
18 51. . .Fayette .... .44
24 70. . .Delta ..... . 55
Mar. 4 53. . .Ottawa Hills. . 54
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BASKETBALL 1955-19 6
Lyons-Here-Nov.15: The Streaks initiated the new gym
with an easy 55 to 40 win over Lyons. Jack Miller
scored 14, Neil Spengler 13, and Larry Short 12.
Montpelier-There-Nov. 23: The Streaks had to come
from behind to win this one by a score of 51 to 42.
Jack Miller hit for 15, Neil Spengler 14, and Wilmer
Fayette-Here-Nov. 25: The Streaks won an easy one
over the Eagles 62 to 47. Miller 21, Spengler 18.
Swanton-Here-Dec. 2: The Bulldogs forgot their fight.
Streaks 82, Swanton 37. Larry Short 24, Jack Miller
21, Neil Spengler 13.
Liberty Center-There-Dec. 9: The Streaks were behind
at half-time but came through for their first NBC
win, 54 to 38. Wilmer Dean Rupp scored 17.
Pettisville-Here-Dec. 13: A packed house, Streaks 59,
Blackbirds 45, Fred Mehrling 16, Neil Spengler 14.
Delta-There-Dec. 16: The Streaks put up a game bat-
tle but were edged 69 to 65. Jack Miller netted 27.
Wauseon-Here-Dec: The Indians pulled a major upset
and handed the Streaks an NBC loss 71 to 70. Jack
Miller scored 23 and Neil Spengler 13.
Ridgeville-There-Dec. 27: The Streaks ran short of gas
in the closing moments 73 to 69. Miller 22, Rupp
19, Spengler 18.
Montpelier-Here-Dec. 30: The Streaks annexed their
second league win 67 to 57. Fred Mehrling 25, Jack
Ottawa Hills-There-Jan. 6: The Arrows were too good
and the Streaks were far from top form and lost 58
to 47. NeilSpeng1er 13, Larry Short and Jack Miller
Delta-Here-Jan. 13: The biggest crowd of the season:
The Streaks gain revenge in a thriller 66 to 63. Dale
Storrer the hero with 4 straight free throws. Miller
23, Spengler 16. This was an NBC game.
Swanton-There-Jan. 20: A tough game but the Streaks
prevailed 62 to 53. Jack Miller 24. An NBC win.
A tie for the championship cinched,
Ridgeville-Here-Jan. 24: Re v e n ge on the F a l c o n s.
Streaks 65 Falcons 57. Jack Miller 27.
Fayette-There-Jan. 27: Streaks had an easy win, 64 to
42. Miller 20, Short 16.
Wauseon-There-Jan. 31: A "Memphis Special" Re -
venge on Indians. Archbold 58, Wauseon 46. Spen-
gler 17, Miller 16.
Pettisville-There-Feb. 3: A packed house-Streaks 55.
Blackbirds 50. Miller 15.
Ottawa Hills-Here-Feb. 10: Aclose tough, game all the
way but the Arrows again downed the Streaks 65 to
58. Miller 23, Rupp 13. Last Home game for Senior
Members of the squad.
Metamora-Here-Feb. 17: An easy win. 12 men scored
for the Streaks as they won 90 to 34. I ack Miller scored
21 and Fred Mehrling 16.
Fayette-There-Feb. 18: The Streaks had a tough foe,
but came through the second half for a 51 - 44 win.
Short 13, Rupp 12.
Delta-At Archbold-Feb 24: These two teams broke even
in their two games during the season-both scores
c l o se . A great game in prospect. Gym packed.
Streaks played one of their finest games ever and
d owned the Panthers 70 to 55. Jack Miller scored
28, Larry Short 14, and Neil Spengler 12. This marked
the sixth straight year the Streaks were County
DISTRICT TOURNAMENT AT ANTHONY WAYNE
Ottaway Hills-March 4. The Streaks drewafirst round
bye and then were matched with theirseason's
nemisis, Ottawa Hills. Another terrific battle en-
sued. The Streaks held a 4 point lead at half-time,
but a poor third quarter saw them 4 points behind.
The score was tied several times in the final quarter
and when it seemed the Streaks might salvage the
game fortune decreed otherwise. A combination of
inefficient timing and a doubtfull call by an official
gave the Arrows the game on a free throw. Score
54 to 53. This ended the Streaks efforts on the bas-
ketball court, and saw them relinquish their 1955
District Championship,which was eventually won by
Ney. Jack Miller closed his career with 21 points and
Neil Spengler had 14.
Win or lose the boys generally gave their best and
no one can give more. The lessons they leamed
play ing the game are worth much more than the
BACK ROW: Gary Short, Donald Frey, John Rupp, Bill Palmer, John Rich, Tom Stevens, Doyle Hayes,
Gerald Myers, Lee Wyse, Rex Ziegler, Mearl May, Bob Bridges, Gary Storrer.
Coach Bill Arthur. FRONT ROW: Ronnie Fielitz,
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
STANDING: Everardo Santos, Alfred Dohm, Dean Pete Short, Cloyce Nofziger, Denny Miller, George
B e c k , T o m Gr ie s e r, Mike Sullivan, Bob Fraas. Baird, Coach.
SEA TED: Dean Rupp, Frank Winzeler, Gene Roth,
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL
STANDING: Merle Klopfenstein, Gary Mil1er,Dwayne Max Smith, Paul Lauber, Roger Meier, David Grisier,
Rufenacht, Jack Short, Steward Wyse, James Kleck, Max Stuckey, Bob Lauber, Douglas Rich, Coach Baird.
James Kleck, David Miller. SEATED: Rex Hornish, 61
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BACK ROW: Fred Gearing, Doyle Hayes, Bob Bridges,
Gary Storrer,Donald Clair, Rex Ziegler, Herbert Ruffer.
THIRD ROW: Jerry Thompson, Bill DeGroff, Richard
Stickroth , Bob Grisier, Gary Myers, Victor Miller, Robert
Mille r , Coach, Sutherland. SECOND ROW: Graeme
The Blue Streak had a fairly good season consider-
ing the fact that they played a very rugged schedule,
including the teams in the Northern Border Conference.
The boys won three, lost four and tied one. Wauseon
won the first championship of the newly created NBC
Conference. Edward Sutherland and William Arthur
coached the team.
The Junior High team, coached by George Baird had
a good season and many of the boys will be seeing action
on next year's varsity.
The Varsity lost the following seniors by graduation.
- Backs, Jack Miller, Howard Grime, Dale Storrer. Line-
men - John Scales, Lowell Rupp, Neil Sperigler.
Eddon-Here-Sept. 16: Archbold 25, Edon 12. The
Streaks looked good as they stopped the Bombers quite
easily. Bob Bridges scored twice, and Dale Storrer and
Gary Storrer once each. Rex Ziegler place kicked the
Delta-There-Sept 23: The Streakswonagreat moral
victory as they held the highly favored Panthers to a 6-6
tie. Dale Storrer scored for the Streaks.
Swanton Here-Sept. 30: The Bulldogs ran wild. Swan-
ton 60, Archbold 12,Jack Miller and Bill DeGroff scored
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Lauber, Bill Palmer, Beryl Grisier, Tom Stevens, Duane
Penrod,Randy Wyse, Gene Graff, Coach, Arthur. FRONT
ROW: James Rice, Dale Storrer, Howard Grime, Lowell
Rupp, Jack Miller, Neil Spengler, John Scales.
Wauseon- There-Oct. 7: The Indians were too good--
a very muddy field plus Streak mistakes equals final
score, Wauseon 20, Archbold O.
Ottawa Hills- Here-Oct. 14. A close game for three
quarters. The Streaks gambled and lost several times.
Arrows 27, Streaks 6 - Homecoming game. Bridges went
over for Archbold.
Hicksville - There - Oct. 21. The Streaks rolled toa
20-O half-time lead and fought off a last quarter scare
to win 22 to 13. Doyle Hayes, Jack Miller and Tom
Stevens crossed the last stripe for the Streaks. PAT-Mi1-
ler and D. Storrer. Safety, John Scales.
Bloomdale-Here Oct. 27. The Streaks again coasted
toa 20-0 half-time edge and were hanging on the ropes
at the finish, but won 20 to 14. Neil Spengler, Dale
Storrer and Jack Miller pushed over the markers. PAT-
Doyle Hayes and Rex Ziegler.
Montpelier- There - Nov. 4: The Locomotives were
rolling full steam ahead! Final score, Montpelier 45,
Archbold 0. Streaks held a large margin in first downs
but could not cross the goal line. Final game for Arch-
bold's seniors. Most of these boys gave four years of
football and were highly instrumental in establishing it
on the high school sports calendar.
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BACK ROW: Bob Lauber, David, Grisier, Roger Hall, Larry
Wheeler, Dean Mil1er,James Kleck, Max Stuckey, Jun-
ior Nafziger,Jimmy Rupp,Denny Miller, Coach George
Baird. MIDDLE ROW: Terry Murbach, Tommy Galla-
way, Paul Lauber, David Miller, Gene Spiess, David
Neal, Kenneth Nafziger, Johnny Jiminez, Larry Barger,
David Menichetti. FRONT ROW: Bob Fraas, Mike Wyse,
David Rupp, Tom Grieser, Mike Sullivan, Alfred Dohm,
Gene Roth, Delbert Britsch, Roger Meier, Jack Short,
Everardo Santos, Rex Hornish.
I-IOMECOMING Q EENS
Mary Lou Roth, Joanne Beck, Maureen Rupp, Queeng Janeth Schantz, Shirley Weber.
As usual, the football squad chose a Queen and her
c o u r t t o r e i gn over the annual Homecoming game.
Maureen Ruppwas chosen to be the queen. Her attend-
ants were Joanne Beck, Janeth Schantz, Mary Lou Roth
and Shirley Weber.
The Green Arrows of Ottawa Hills gave the Streaks
their first Homecoming defeat in the last four years by
a score of 27 to 6.
Mary Lou Roth, Joanne Beck, Maureen Rupp, Queeng
Janeth Schantz,Shir1ey Weber.
J SPORT SNAPS
Janis Peters, Ianeth Schantz, Ioanne Beck, Maureen Rupp, Barbara G g
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
P icia Rufenacht, Shirley Rupp, Jnae Buehrer, Sharon Lindley
Lou Roth, Joanne Beck, Janis Peters, Janeth Schantz, Maureen Rupp, B b G g
BACK ROW: Tom Stevens, Wilmer Rupp, Gerald
Myers,Doy1e Hayes, Larry Short, Gary Storrer, Rex
Ziegler. FRONT ROW: Coach Arthur, Ben West-
The 1956 Blue Streak baseball team
did not enjoy the success of the teams
of the past decade. Good pitching was
available, but a lack of hitting and an
inexperienced infield kept the team
fromgoing far. They eliminated Fay-
ette in the County tournament, then
lost to Lyons in the semi - finals.
Pettisville defeated Lyons for the
Date Archbold Opponent
April 3 .... Z .... Fayette 3 .....
6 .... 16 .... Pettisville 4 . . .
12 . . . Z .... Montpelier 4. .
. . . 2 .... Defiance 16
19 .... 6 .... Fayette 5 C.T.
fall, Tom Grieser, Dean Rupp, Pete Short, Alfred
Dohm,Ronny Gigax,Mike Sullivan. ABSENT: Neil
Jack Miller, Bob Bridges and Rex
Ziegler did the pitching with Doyle
Hayes and Mike Sullivan sharing the
catching duties. A nucleus for a good
team is available for next year.
Neil Spengler, Larry Short, Jack
Miller, and Wilmer Rupp will be lost
April 23 .... Z .... Lyons 4 C.T.
May 3 .... 4 .... Wauseon 6
7 .... 10 .... Delta ll
8 . . . 0 .... Defiance 15
V ic t o r Miller, Lamar Gisel, Tom Mekus, N e il
Spengler, Gene Sauder, Roger Grieser, Steward Wyse.
The Blue Streaks engaged in their
fourth season of golf. Most ofthe squad
members had only limited previous
experience. Neil Spengler was the
number one player on the team. Tom
Mekus, Roger Grieser, Lamar Gisel,
Larry Short and Gene Sauder were the
other regular members. Bill DeGroff
saw action when he had no conflicts
with Track. Since all the first string
menwere seniors it will be necessary
to develop some new material for next
year. There is considerable interest
in the sport and a goodly number of
younger boys have been working to
learn the primary fundamentals of the
game. Golf has great carry-over
values and will be played by adults
long after their school days are over.
Date Archbold Opponent Place
April 18 ..... 5 lfZ . . . . Swanton 16 lfZ . . . . . Valleywood-Swanton
Z7 , , , , 5 , , , . Napoleon 19 ........ Napoleon Golf Club
May 8 ,,,,, 2 1fZ . . . . Ottawa Hills Z1 lfZ . . . va11eywo0d-Swanton
21 ,,,,, 12 , . . Wauseon O ..... . . . Napoleon Golf Club
BACK ROW: Coach Baird, Bob Grisier, Wilmer Rupp,
I ohn Seales, Duane Penrod, Dale Storrer, Junior Schantz,
John Rich, Doyle Hayes, Myrl Sauder, John Rupp, Mike
Sullivan, Ronny Gigax, Coach Sutherland. FRONT ROW:
An ambitious, but inexperienced
squad of track hopefuls reported for
action this spring. Mr. Baird and Mr.
Sutherland coached the boys. Bad
weather made practice and holding
meets a problem but the boys kept at
it and some of them began to show
considerable improvement as time
went on. Several close meets were
lost because the team lacked balanced
strenght, expecially in the field events.
Pete Short, Merle Beck, Bill Palmer, Bill DeGroff, Ron-
nie Fielitz, Gary Rupp, Graeme Lauber, Tom Grieser,
Gary Storrer, Dean Rupp, Alfred Dohm.
also we re exposed to the fundamentals
of the different events in the hope that
itwouldcreate more interest and give
the boys a good start when they enter
high school. Duane Penrod was the
winner for top scoring honors, with
John Scales second.
The following seniors will be lost
by graduation: Wilmer Dean Rupp,
John Scales, Dale Storrer, and Don
A large number of Junior High boys
Liberty Center 591fZ
Liberty Center 70
Montpelier 61 2.f3
2.0, Pettisville 17 lfZ,
DATE PLACE SCORES
April 9 Home . . . Archbold 36 ..... Fayette 82
April ll Delta . . . Archbold 18 lf2 . . . . .
Arpil 18 Home .... ,Archbold 58 . . . Swanton 60
April 25 Away . . . Archbold 48 . . . . .
May Z Home . . . Archbold 56 lf3 . . . . .
May 4 Home .... Archbold 89 1f2, Lyons
May 14 Delta fCounty Meetj Fayette 93, Delta 69, Archbold 30 lf2,
Lyons 13, Pettisville ll 1fZ, Chesterfield 2
May 16 Liberty Center fNBC Meetl Liberty Center first, Delta,
Montpelier, Archbold, and Swanton in order
Edward Sutherland,Footba11,Track: William Arthur, Basketball, Baseball, Assistant Foot-
ball: I. H. Spengler, Golf, Jacob Burkholder, Athletic Director, George Baird,Junior High
Football, Basketball, Varsity Track.
BACK ROW: David Rupp. Victor Miller, Robert Miller, James Rice,
Graeme Lauber, FRONT ROW: Jerry Thompson. Rex Hornish. Kenneth
Nafziger, Roger Klopfenstein, Roger Mehrling.
BACK ROW: Robert Miller, Rex Ziegler, Gary Myers,
Victor Miller, Gary Storrer,Doyle Hayes, Donald Clair,
Jerry Thompson, Randy Wyse, Ronnie Fielitz. MIDDLE
ROW: Graeme Lauber, Robert Bridges, Beryl Grisier,
Herbert Ruffer,Robert Grisier, Tom Stevens, Gene Graf,
Duane Penrod, Howard Grime, Wilmer Rupp. FRONT
ROW: Fred Gearing, Bill Palmer, James Rice, Bill De-
Groff, Dale Storrer, Larry Short, Neil Spengler, Tom
Mekus,Lowe1l Rupp, Gene Sauder, Fred Mehrling, Jack
DR. R. O, RYCHENER
RYCHE ER AWARD
Dr, Ralph O. Rychener, an Alumnus of Archbold
High School, and now a successful surgeon in Mem-
phis. 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 establish-
ed an Annual Senior Athletic Award of one hundred
dollars cash toa graduatingsenior boy. This scholar-
ship was named in honor of Mr. Rychener's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Rychener. local residents. who
always displayed a keen interest in local school af-
The award is made on the following basis: Thirty
per cent Athletic abilityg thirty per cent scholarshipg
twenty per cent neatness and personal appearanceg
and twenty per cent general school attitude. 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. An-
other new provision states that he must have an aver-
age 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
Storrer, 1946: Gerald Lehman, 19475 Paul Sigg. 19485
Arthur Kleck, 1949gJohn Clair, l950g Dale Leu. 19515
Ralph Burkholder, 19523 Paul Yoder. 1953: Andy Mur-
bach, 1954: and Robert Kleck, 1955.
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Students, Teachers, Parents and Friends: This Annual was brought to you
ata reasonable price through the wholehearted cooperation 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 us extend our patronage and good will to them
in the same friendly manner in which they have given theirs to us.
Following is a list of the merchants whose contributions made the 1956 Edition
of THE BLUE STREAK possible.
Walter C. Webster
Yoder and Frey, Inc.
Lang's Bake ry
Peoples State Bank
Farmers and Merchants State
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS
Vearl's Barber Shop
Florence's Beauty Shop
Fred's Barber Shop
Litwiler's Barber Shop
BUILDER'S AND CONTRACTORS
Claude Rupp, Pettisville
Archbold Concrete Products
Elmira Cement Block and Tile
Drs. Hackett and Mellor
DITCHING AND EXCAVATING
Miller Bros. Contractors
The City Drug
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
Helen's Dry Goods
Archbold Dry Goods
Eldon Roth Electric
Valiton Electric Service
Ray Lantz and Son
Leichty Farm Equipment
Stacey's Farm Implement
King-Wyse , Inc.
Rychener Farm Implement
O. J. Short
La Choy Food Products
Grisier's Funeral Home
Short's Funeral Home
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS
Leichty Motor Sales
Archbold Sales and Service
Paul's Friendly Service
Whitey's Sohio Service
Crossgrove's Garage - Elmira
De Groff's Marathon
Christy Motor Sales
Nofzinger Motor Sales
Lowell Thomas - Mobil
Short Sales and Service
HARDWARE AND LUMBER
Rupp Lumber Co., Pettisville
Gotshall Lumber Co.
Wyse Bros. Turkey Farm and
Archbold Hatchery, Inc.
Short Furniture Co.
Rupp's Furniture Co.
A. J. Stamm
Vincent S. Beck
Kenneth O. Short
W. G. Theobald
LIVE-STOCK AND MEAT PACKING
Lugbill Bros. , Inc.
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISH-
Kull, Photographer, Wauseon
Davidson Studio, Bryan
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Fraas Plumbing and Heating
L. B. Frey and Sons
R. M. Gearing
Ohio Gas Co.
RADIO AND TELEVISION APPLI-
S and S Television Service
Gert 8: Bud's
The Cup and Saucer
The Steak House
RETAIL FOOD SE RVICES
A. 8: P. Store
Jim's Red and White
SEED AND FEED
Archbold Seed and Grain Co.
Fayette Grain and Feed Elevator
Fagley Seed Co.
Northwest Farm Service, Bill
Hes s Shoe Store
Sc ott The ate r
TRUCKING AND FREIGHT
Archbold Truck Line, Inc.
Mid-Ame rica Trucking, Inc.
Archbold Gift and Variety, Fashion
Fish's Variety Store
VE TE RINARIANS
Dr. J. R. Peters
WOODWORKING AND MANUFAC -
Wauseon Woodworking Co.
Leininger Home Supply, Elmira
Wauseon Manufacturing Co.
Sauder Manufacturing Co.
Lauber Manufacturing Co.
Archbold Ladder Co.
Dennis Nofziger-Overhead Doors
Scott Port-a-Fold, Inc.
Sauder Woodworking Co.
Baer Cabinet and Specialty Shop
Home Furniture Shop
Family Book Store
Huffman's Dusting and Seeding
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