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

 - Class of 1958

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A-'MRM . . 2 K1 xAn 4.. gang E 1131 z.:.....-21+-W-A'-'?"""':'f'f' X-M.-mr ,,,,,...'a.-W-.f-ff " ' -' Q.. .i QSM -A M X ffimm fu WTHKWQR 'T f 22 A "7 7 .pb , S I , a, , DEDICATIO ARTHUR TAYLOR EARL BOURQUIN 'Q The Senior Class of 1958 takes great pride in dedicating the 1958 edition of the Blue Streak to its two faithful custodians, Earl Bourquin and Arthur Taylor. These two men have given long and faithful service in keeping our school rooms clean and warm and comfortable at all times. Perhaps they haven't been able to satisfy everybody quite all of the time, but for the most part they have done their work well and have provided the best possible environment in which the pupils of our schools have been able to work to their fullest ability. Their efforts are greatly appreciated by all of us. 7 lHl 5 W Published by the Senior Class Archbold High School Archbold, Ohio Editor-in-Chief .... ..... S usan Murbach Assistant Editor. . . .,... Bernadine Beck Business Manager. . . . . . ........ John Rich Advisor .......... .............. J . H. Spengler Photography .... ..... E rbscorn, Sellers, Seniors Producer ..... .... A merican Yearbook Co. Board of Education in--ew Dr. WILLLAM J. NEAL JAMES BARGER OWEN RICE ' President Vice President Clerk 'Z V 2 - Q fe ' P W' 0 " ' 1 y '- '2"' e, X gifx , ' ,A 1 1 1- 71 LYLE OSBORN ARVAH SIEGEL PAUL RUPP 2 Faculty . - E. . QU' ww 5 ' 4 4 1- 7 Q ' 1 . V 6 , , 'I ul ., 5 i. U ' , ' g' bs. " Aa. ! i PII I - my . F., , 1'-' 61. 2 sw Q 9 f Q 4 . L . Y . . . Z A 1 A . . 3745-57 ii f ilffif fmfeff gm, I .5 'i 'J ' E fe, ig' ' F R ' Y -E up .. Gu . 1 9,0 . X as 'Q Nz ,--Q , W figs-if I s F Eg 2 ww ? lv Q ,fgsk 'K 2'9" H ITII1 StI'3tIOI1 ' kf, P AT I PRINCIPAL , I SPENGLER JACOB QUBJGHOLDER. J Hi h School Facult WILLIAM ADAMCI-IAK English, Social Studiesg Junior High Basketball Coachg B. S. Bowling Green State University. WILLIAM P. ARTHUR Driver Training, Social Studiesg Basketball, Baseball Coachg B,S. Ohio Northern University. GEORGE BORICH Musicg B. M. Vandercook College. GAYLE BOURQUIN English, Lating B.S. Bowling Green State University. , H A iff' 3,2-fgkgm 4 of H- f... M.. . , A. .g,:,,i.,w. Q. if -. 1,-5. ,.1,rw:l?5Q.v:,cd- GEORGE CLARK Science and Mathematicsg B.S. Defiance College. RUTH FAGLEY English, Home Economicsg B.S. Wittenberg, Defiance Collegeg Colmnbia University. GLENN GALLAWAY Vocational Agricultureg B.S. Ohio State University. , DONALD HORNISH Industrial Arts Elementar De ree 5 V 8 4 Manchester Collegeg B.S. Ohio , ,. .,i, Northern University. N .4 '-2' ff'-r t 'f M. .. ' ' ' N -.,, .fa-nA , .. , ,- hh r. -if fff' A -. 4' t 1, -rrfgm Q , N , "..?g?w ::': . .AW-?.r , ,J- v'fl'W,2 :J ,-J. f. , 1,-, Q: ...4 fA1?7"L 'i 'f'lJiR "' - i i p-:'s4'w 5 nl Hi h School Facult ELVA KEIM Commercial, B.A. Spokane Uni- versity, Ohio State, Ohio Univer- sity, Defiance College. BENJAMIN LONDEREE Science and Mathematics, Track, Coach, B.S. Defiance College. WILBUR C. MILLER Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, B.S. Bowling Green State University, M.A. University of Michigan. THOMAS L. PARKER Mathematics, Speech, B.L. Berea College, B.A. Ohio University, M.A. Ohio State University. EVELYN RUPP English, Commercial, B.S. Bowling Green State University. DOROTHY SPENGLER Jr. High English, B.S. Defiance College, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Ohio University. MICHAEL J. WALKER History, Physical Education, Foot- ball, Freshman Basketball, Wrestling Coach, Bowling Green State Uni- versity. DELILA GAUTSCHE School Secretary. 6 Elementary Facult JOHN BAMONTE Sixth Grade B.S. Defiance College MILDRED BERNATH First Grade Bowling Green State University Defiance College RUTH BLUSH First Grade Goshen College Defiance College I-IAZEL BURKHOLDER Fifth Grade B.S. Bowling Green State University BESSIE FREY Second Grade B.S. Goshen College Defiance College Bowling Green State University JUNE KOHLI ' Fifth Grade Bowling Green State University MABEL NOFZIGER Fourth Grade Bowling Green State University CAROLYN PALMER Second Grade Bowling Green State University 7 Elementary Faculty VIOLET SCI-ILATTER Third Grade B.S. Bowling Green State University DOROTHY SPENGLER Fourth Grade B.S. Defiance College Bowling Green State University Ohio University MARVEL TRESSLER Fourth Grade Elementary Music Ypsilanti Normal Bowling Green State University THOMAS VITELLO Sixth Grade Assistant Football Coach B.S. Defiance College FLORENCE WALTER Kindergarten Ypsilanti Normal Defiance College Bowling Green State University MARY ZIMMERMAN Third Grade Bowling Green State University 8 School Employees Cafeteria Staff . ...Q-'fl ,is JA A Betty Barger, Ella Beck, manager, Mary Crime, Bessie Short, Elnora Rupp Custodians Earl Bourquin, Elementary Custodian, Arthur Taylor, High School Engineer. Bus Drivers Warren Kingsbury, Arden Roth, Dennis Roth, Calvin Dilyard, Dale Nafziger, Aden Storrer, Wilmer Rupp, Gene King. 25: W-Q Seniors Class Officers BUD STUCKEY College Class President, Student Council Vice President, National Honor Society, Sci-Questa Club Vice Pres- ident and Secretary, "Wild Oats Boy,"- "Road to the City," Prince of Peace, Chorus, Band, Band Council, Marching Band, Summer Band Camp, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, National Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Senior Scholarship Test, Student Play Director, Chorus Librarian. SUSAN MURBACH College Class Vice President and Treasurer, Student Council, National Honor Society, Sci-Questa Club Secretary, Social Club President and Vice President, "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Cheerleader, Band, Band Council, Band President and Vice President, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Summer Band Scholarship, Summer Band Camp, Arion Award, Marching Band, County Music Festival, Dance Band, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, Dis- trict and State Science Competition, Senior Scholar- ship Test, Annual Staff --Editor, Student Play Director, Band Librarian. BONNIE. SHORT Accountant Class Secretary, National Honor Society, Sci-Questa Club Secretary and Treasurer, Social Club Vice President and Secretary, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molasses," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Football Attendant, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, Dis- trict and State Chorus Competition, Senior Scholar- ship Test, Preliminary Test, Student Play Director, Girls' State. BERNADINE BECK Nurse Class Treasurer, National Honor Society Secretary, Sci-Questa Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Prince of Peace, Chorus, Band, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, National Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Cho- rus Competition, Senior Scholarship Test, Noon Games, District and State Scholarship Tests, Annual Staff --Assistant Editor. 12 Seniors ROBERT BRIDGES Success Archette Staff, Basketball, Northern Border Con- ference All League Guard, Baseball, Football, A- Association. SHIRLEY BURGE Elementary Teacher Archette Staff, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Mo- lasses,"Girls' Glee Club, Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Home Economics Club. DONALD CLAIR Radio and Television Electrician Sci-Questa Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," Chorus, Football, A-Association, Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District Choral Competition. JAMES DAVIS Armed Forces "Old Fashioned Mother," Boys' Glee Club, Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition. BILL De GROFF Engineer Social Club, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molas- ses,"Football, Track, Wrestling, A-Association, Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition Senior Scholarship Tests, Dis- trict and State Scholarship Tests. BARBARA DOHM Work or Beautician Archette Staff, "Sulphur and Molasses," Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Home Economics Club. DONALD FREY Auctioneer FFA Reporter and Treasurer, District and State Judg- ing, Parliamentary Procedure, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Basketball, Quadri-County Science Fair. CAROL GAUTSCHE Secretary Sci-Questa Club, Social Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Chorus, Band, District Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Quadri-County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Band Librar- ian, Noon Games, Home Economics Club. 13 Seniors MARILYN GAUTSCHE Secretary Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur ll and Molasses, Girls' Glee Club, Honor Roll, Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Principal's Secretary, Noon Games, Home Economics Club. BARBARA SUE GEARIG Work for Airlines Sci-Questa Club, Social Club Treasurer, "Old Fash- ioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Cheerleader, Band, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Football Queen, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Com- petition, District and State Choral Competition, Noon Games. LARRY GIGAS Mechanical Draftsman or Armed Forces "Old Fashioned Mother," Boys' Glee Club, Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition. NADINE GISEL Teacher Student Council, Sci-Questa Club, Social Club, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molasses," Prince of Peace, Jenkins Declamation, Girls' Glee Club, Cho- rus, Band, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, Marching Band, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri -County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Choral Competition, Preliminary Tests, Student Play Direc- tor, Fagley Scholarship. PHYLLIS JUNE GRABER Beautician Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Home Economic Club. ROBERT IVAN GRISIER Success "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Bas- ketball, Football, Track, A-Association, Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Preliminary Test, Movie Operator. DAVID HOLSOPPLE Mechanic FFA Chorus, Football, A-Association, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition. SHARON KLOPFENSTEIN Housewife Archette Staff, "Sulphur and Molasses," Girls' Glee Club, Honor Roll, Elementary Principal Secretary, FHA, Senior Y Teens, Noon Games. 14 Seniors GRAEME IAUBER Manufacturer Archette Staff, "Road to the City," A-Association, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Com- petition, "Wild Oats Boy," Football Manager. PAMELA LAUBER Secretary Sci-Questa Club, Social Club, Archette Staff, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molasses," Chorus, Band, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Band Librarian, Principal Secretary, Noon Games. DALE LEININGER Farmer FFA Secretary, District and State Judging, Parlia- mentary Procedure, "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Boys' Glee Club, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Noon Games, State Farmer. CLARA MILLER Beautician Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Chorus, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Com- petition, District and State Chorus Competition, Home Economics Club. MARILYN MILLER Nurse Student Council, Science Club, Social Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition. ROBERT MILLER Contractor Social Club, Archette Staff, "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Football, A-Association, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Noon Games. RUTH ANN MILLER Doctor National Honor Society, Math Club Vice President, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Prince of Peace, Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Senior Scholarship Test, District and State Scholarship Tests, Noon Games. VICTOR MILLER Contractor Archette Staff, Basketball, Golf, A-Association, Quadri County Science Fair. I 15 0 L Seniors GERALD D. MEYERS College FFA Student Advisor, Parliamentary Procedure, "Wild Oats Boy," Basketball, Baseball, Football, Track, A- Association, Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition. LARRY DEE NOFZIGER Engineer Social Club, FFA, Football, Honor Roll. CAROLYN PICKETT Secretar Y Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Cafe- teria Assistant, Home Economics Club. JOHN RICH Engineer Class President and Vice President, Student Council President, National Honor Society, Science Club President, "Wild Oats Boy," "Road to the City," Chorus President, Basketball, Baseball, Track, A- Association, Band, Band Council, Vice President, District and State Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri-County Science Fair, Distric and State Science Competition, County Music Festival, District and State Choral Competition, Dance Band, Senior Scholarship Tests, District and State Scholar- ship Test, Annual Staff Business Manager, Rychener Award. BETTY LOU ROTH Elementary Education National Honor Society, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molasses," Chorus, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri- County Science Fair, District Science Competition, County Music Festival, District and State Choral Competition, Principal Secretary, Home Economics Club. MARY LOU ROTH Music Teacher Student Council Secretary-Treasurer, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Prince of Peace, Jen- kins Declamation, Chorus, Cheerleader, Band, Band Council, District and State Solo and Ensemble Com- petition, District and State Band Competition, Sum- mer Band Scholarship, Summer Band Camp, Arion Award, Marching Band, Football Attendant, FFA Sweetheart, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, County Mu- sic Festival, District and State Chorus Competition, Preliminary Test, Student Play Director. HERBERT RUFFER Teacher Sci-Questa Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Football, Track Wrestling, A- Association, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, Dis- trict and State Chorus Competition, Senior Scholar- ship Test, District and State Scholarship Tests. JOHN RUPP Chemist National Honor Society President, Math Club Secre- tary-Treasurer, Salutatorian, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Basketball, Baseball, Track, Band, District and State Solo and Ensemble Compe- tition, District and State Band Competition, March- ing Band, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, Senior Scholar- ship Test State Science Competition, District and State Scholarship Tests. 16 , Seniors , DARLENE SHORT Elementary Teacher Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Home Economics Club. GARY SHORT Farmer FFA Treasurer, Parliamentary Procedure, "Old Fash- ioned Mother," "Road to the City," Basketball, Foot- ball, Noon Games. JOYCE SHORT Nurse Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Band, District and State Solo and En- semble Competition, District and State Band Com- petition, Marching Band, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition District and State Chorus Competition, Home Eco- nomics Club, Noon Games. i MERLE SHORT Farmer FFA President, FFA Sentinel, FFA Public Speaking, District and State Judging, Parliamentary Procedure, "Wild Oats Boy," "Sulphur and Molasses," Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District and State Science Competition District Chorus Competition, District FFA Scholar- ship Test, State Farmer, Noon Games. I BURDELL STUCKEY Engineer Sci-Questa Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition. KRISS STUTZMAN Nuclear Physicist Class Secretary and Treasurer, National Honor So- ciety, Sci-Questa Club, Social Club Secretary,Math Club President, Alpha Honor Roll, Valedictorian, Quadri County Science Fair, National Science Fair, District and State Science Competition, Senior Scholarship Test, District and State Scholarship Tests, Ohio University Science Workshop, B.G.S.U. Chemistry Program, Westinghouse Science Talent Search Test, Future Scientists of America. JERALD THOMPSON Air Force "Old Fashioned Mother," Boys' Glee Club, Football Manager, A-Association, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition. CAROLE WHEELER Cosmetology Sci-Questa Club, Social Club, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Chorus, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition. 17 Seniors JANICE WYSF Teacher Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Jenkins Declamation,Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Principal Secretary, Home Economics Club. LELAND WYSE College "Old Fashioned Mother," "Sulphur and Molasses," Boys' Glee Club, Chorus, Basketball, Track, A-Asso- ciation, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District Chorus Com- petition. SHIRLEY WYSE Nurse National Honor Society, "Sulphur and Molasses," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Alpha Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Competition, District and State Chorus Competition, Senior Scholarship Test, Preliminary Test, LaSalle Westing- house Schvolarship, Student Play Director. PEGGY YODER Elementary Teacher Archette Staff, "Old Fashioned Mother," "Road to the City," Girls' Glee Club, Chorus, Band, District Solo and Ensemble Competition, District and State Band Competition, Marching Band, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, District Science Com- petition, District and State Chorus Competition, Mobile Gas Economy Run, Noon Games. REX ZIEGLER Business Archette Staff, Basketball, Baseball, Football, A- Association, Honor Roll, Quadri County Science Fair, Noon Games. 18 I Wsixw-A 4 , S - 1 i 2 .gs Q 1 Lg 0 Mg ,V zq. A f "FI qt" X if .. -uf .M V 6 i " 'fl Qli QQ fL.- 1 A 1. 'V g L. fail .V V' ,4ll3? D X, Q! '.'-n till! ei 5 .A ' ,fy .1,-awww.. lgufslf nlllci 4, :ruff 'L feiv,.v,xN' 'sllzzkg skggn 'E " 1' 1 'Hasan' jf 3 ,I my ,. i K wF""33A ' J Seniors Kaccalaureate Serviced Commencement Cxerciaed Sunday Evening, May 18, at Eight 0'clock , Tuesday Evening. May 20, at Eight 0'cl0ek Musical Prelude - - Sharon Lindley Processlonal - "You'll Never Walk Alone" "Halls oi Ivy" - - Jane Buehrer Susie Rufenacht - Graduating Class Rogers-Hammerstein - - Russell-Knight Linda Short Cara Lou Schrock Girls' Quartet Invocation - ----- Rev. A Donald Collins Methodist Church "Allegro Moderato" - Patricia Rufenaclit Larry Barger - F. H. McKay Shirley Rupp Joyce Short French Horn Quartet Baccalaureate Sermon - - ---- Rev. John Reside HYTDD ------ - - - AUdlEDCB MHOLY, HOLY, HOLY" 1. Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty Early in the morning our song shall rise to Theeg Holy, Holy, Holy ! Merciful and Mighty ! God in Three Persons blessed Trinity. Holy, Holy, Holy. All the saints adore Thee, Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea. Cherubim and aeraphim falling down before Thee, Which wert, and art, and ever- more shall be. 3. Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty l All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and seag Holy, Holy, Holy ! Merciful and Mighty, God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity. Benediction - - - Recessional Rev. Collins - Audience Seated 20 Musical Prelude ------- High School Band George R. Borich, Director Processional ------- Graduating Class "Pump and Circumst:-mee" National Anthem - - Band and Audience Invocation --------- Rev. Wlerwill St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church "Concerto Opus 22" ------ - Seltz Karen Short, Violin Solo Commencement Address - ---- Dr. Walter Zangg Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio "Leadership For Your Day" "Theme and Variations" ------- Beethoven Betty Lou Schultz Cara Lou Schrock Jo Anne Schrock Flute Trio Presentation of Diplomas ----- Board of Education Dr. William J. Neal, President "Phedre Overture" ---- Jules Maasenet High School Band Benediction - - Rev. Wlerwlll Recessional - Audience Seated - , . 4 X J., I V Q-at 1 Vw V E n an fi .,, W. A ,,. 5 'Y'Q ll 1 P af wi! S ,wh wal QW Llnderclassmen Juniors ., i f f, ,.. ,,VVk,. N i f AQ. 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Judy Aeschliman Walter Allen Reuben Aschliman Keith Beck Lana Cotter Steven Crossgrove Billye Detter Carolyn Dilyard Roger Doriot Sandra Fielitz Charles Fruchey Elaine Gearig Barbara Gisel Nancy Goethals Ronnie Graber Lyle Graber David Grisier Lois Hall Janice Harper Christine Haubold Lawrence Hausch Lyle Hayes Paul Holsopple Bonnie Johnson Joyce Kingsbury James Kleck Verlan Klinger Roger Klopfenstein Charles Lantz Robert Lauber Rollin Lauber Rosemary Lauber Jam es Lee Donna Le ininger Fern Leininger Lowell Leu Pat Leu Arnold Mast Clarence McAtee Roger Mehrling Lavern Miller Elaine Myers Lou Anne Nafziger Mervin Nafziger Paul Nafziger Adda -Margaret Ne Janice Nofziger Melinda Nofziger Peter Nofziger Sandra Nofziger Karen Peters Craig Pickett Merle Reigsecker Estella Rodriquez Sammy Roth Dee Ann Rupp Larry Rupp Marlene Rupp Richard Rupp Tommy Rupp Gladys Schnitkey Jo Anne Schrock Virginia Seiler Francisco Serna Karen Short Sue Ann Short Don Stuckey Max Stuckey Loretta Triplett Stanley Waldfogel Cindy Westfall Larry Wheeler Denton Wyse Linda Wyse Natalie Wyse Patricia Wyse Arleta Yoder Eighth Grade haf li is K M viral was 1520 I WFS1 E 'fi lf! .. .. 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A I ,, 37 Donna Armstrong Bruce Arthur Cara Aschliman Dalyn Badenhop Andrea Beck Kirk Beck Linda Beck Bruce Bernath Barbara Burkholder Dale Clark James Crossgrove Frederick DeGroff Steven Dominique Kelly Ellis Stanley Engle Larry Erbskorn Rodney Fielitz Danny Fleming Mary Jean Gisel Carmilla Grieser Elizabeth Grieser Kathleen Grieser Deanna Crime Peggy Crime June Hayes Susan Heer James Holsopple Teresa Keafer Jerry Kingsbury Patty Kinsman Edwin Lantz Deborah Lauber Steven Liechty Donald Lugbill Jerry Lugbill Rosann Mast Joyce May Barry Miller Marlin Miller Beverly Nofziger Melvin Pace Sandra Pierce Janene Reigsecker Rita Reynolds Michael Richer Edward Rupp Gary Rupp Susan Rychener Warren Sauder Mary Schrock Darlene Seiler Grace Seiler Jerry Short John Short Kathleen Short Rodney Short William Short Mary Silcox Robert Springer Steven Stahl Ann Stamm Michele Stamm Rodney Stannard Charles Storrer Edwin Taylor Linda Thomas Karla Timmons Randy Volkman Cynthia Walter Stephen Weber Peggy Wilcox Richard Winzeler James Wyse Monte Wyse Ned Wyse Ronald Wyse Samuel Wyse Cheryl Yingling Joe Yoder Kindergarten .. .. .,.., K ':.:: A ,ri g i g, f is ra 2 -,Ea I rr - t ar.: Q 2 ri aria giitigiai i aww ' R 3 S ,Q was 38 if ii Robert Aschliman Bradley Barber Allen Beck Jane Beck Pauline Bechtel Carol Clark Jim Couch Hilda Dohm William Eash Donald Ebersole Sharon Erbskorn Marsha Finn Diane Fleming Lynn Fraker Debra Frey Larry Gautsche Ned Gisel Lowell Gisel Roger Graber Else Goevfs Bill Grime Patsy Crime Randall Crime Pat Hackett Gaylene Holsopple Armon Kauffman Allen Liechty Eric Liechty Christine McNally- Rodney Meyer Craig Miller Bonita Nafziger Gary Nafziger Kaley Purje Danny Reside Mary Rupp Barbara Rueger Philip Rychener Nancy Sauder Sharl Schmucker Scott Schnitkey Robert Schrock Margarita Serna James 'Sharpe Jane Short Rhonda Short Ronald Short Royce Short Samuel Short Terry Short Stanley Springer Dale Stamm Marilyn Stoltzfus Richard Stout Robert Stuckey Leroy Swalley William Taylor Jennifer Thompso Rodney Wilcox Sammy Wlasiuk Ann Wyse Lynn Wyse Terry Wyse Renee Wyse Keith Yoder Activities Student Council AM' BACK ROW: Mike Miller, Roger Roth, Pete Short, Terry Murbach, Paul Lauber, Lowell Leu, David King. SECOND ROW: Mr. Burkholder, Sharon Lindley, Larry Barger, Mr. Clark, Keith Beck, Nadine Gisel, Sara Jane Zaerr. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Keim, Bud Stuckey, John Rich, Mary Lou Roth. National Honor Society BACK ROW: Dean Rupp, Roger Roth, Kriss Stutzman, Leotus Amstutz, Mr. Clark, John Rupp, Mr. Miller, Mr. burkholder, Mr. Parker, John Rich, Bud Stuckey. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Miller, Jeanette Wyse, Bonnie Short, Mrs. Bourquin, Ivliss Rupp, Betty Lou Roth, Byrdalene Wyse, Miss Fagley. FRONT ROW: Juliene Cross grove, Patty Rufenacht, Bernadine Beck, Susan Murbach, Shirley Rupp, Elaine Nofziger, Shirley Wyse. 40 Archette Staff - amuovur- 1' "' -an n'f.4nr-nav-'o av is ' s, .... - ,,f.v..,. www- ir'vvnf1 t 'J ,- ,, ,.,... -KN., M, rgvxivr nl? H" -nf I---H M- n 1- .Maxam 1 in wil, Us ' ' 'im-pox ar f - ' 'fir at Mun ximian-has lim-I BACK ROW: Pam Lauber, Sharon Klopfenstein, Joyce Short, Barbara Dohrn, Marlyn Gautsche, Rex Zigler, Janice Wyse, Phyllis Graber, Shirley Burge, Peggy Yoder. FRONT ROW: Robert Miller, Bob Bridges, Graeme Lauber, Clara Miller, Mrs. Keim. Librarians STANDING: Pat Leu, Sandra Nofziger, Peggy Neel, Junior Bechtel, Ronny Hausch, Rosene Miller, Rosemary Lauber, Sue Short, Marlene Rupp. SEATED: Mrs. Siegel, Teresa I-lolian, Mrs. Litwiller. 41 Sci-Questa Club BACK ROW: Tom Grieser, Roger Roth, Mike Sullivan, Jack Short, Mike Wyse, John Lauber, Leotus Amstutz, John Rupp, Herbert Ruffer, Jim Fiser, Gary Miller, Kriss Stutzman, Gary Baus, Roger Meier, John Rich. SEC- OND ROW: Luoana Gisel, Billye Winzeler, Nedra Kauffman, JoAnne Lisak, Jeanette Wyse, Sharon Lindley, Dean Rupp, Gene Nafziger, Bonnie Short, Linda Collamore, Carol Gautsche, Barbara Gearig, Mr. Clark. FRONT ROW: Juliene Crossgrove, Betty Schultz, Beverly Scott, Shirley Rupp, Susan Murbach, Burdette Stuckey, Bill DeGroff, Carole Wheeler, Marilyn Miller, Bernadine Mae Beck, Patricia Rufenacht, Elaine Nof- ziger, Pam Lauber, Burdell Stuckey. Unusual achievements in science have come to be a regular part of the activities pursued at Archbold High School. 1957-1958 proved to be another banner year for the Science Departments and for the Quadri -County Science Fair. As in past years the presence of Archbold projects at the Bowling Green District Fair and the State Academy of Science Day, were very much in evidence. A goodly number of Superior and Excellent ratings were added to a very impressive list from other years. The Eighth Annual Quadri -County Science Fair was an outstanding event. More schools participated, more projects were entered and the general quality of work continued to show improvement over past years. Kriss Stutzman, along with Bernadine Beck and Bud Stuckey in a dual project were judged to be the grand champions of the 1958 event. Their projects were exhibited in the National Science Fair held at Flint, Michigan. These Archbold students, accompanied by Mr. Clark, their instructor and director of the local fair, spent a very enjoyable four days at the fair. Since the fair was near home this year quite a number of folks from this area journeyed to Flint to en- joy the event. Kriss Stutzman continued his outstanding work in science and achieved Honorable Mention in the Westing- house Talent Search Contest. John Rich served as president of the Science Club. He and his Staff did another outstanding job in planning and presenting the eighth science fair. In this year of Sputnik and all the ado about space travel and its resultant criticism of American Education, it is interesting to recall, that it is nine years ago since Archbold High School started an accelerated science and mathematics program, long before the world knew about Sputnik. There is no reason to feel that the high plane of achievement in Science will not continue in Archbold High School for many years in the future. Science Fair Finalists .4- , i Bernadine Beck 2 Kriss Stutzman 4 -ff", ,,.f 1 X ,.L, f f , W4 .nw QQVQM9 Vx by S1 qi Q F. F. F. F. A. Queen f ,f' ' 52,4 1 2 355, f . Mary Lou Roth A. Judging Team Tom Yoder, Me rle Short, Dale Leininger, James Nicolen, Roger M111er Cloyce Nofziger . 44 Future Farmers of America BACK ROW: Ronny Hausch, Ronny Borton, Roger Miller, Roger Stuckey, Rollin Nofziger, Roger Lauber, Stanley Ruffer, Gene Weber, Duane Frey, Don Stuckey, James Nicoleon, Steve Crossgrove, James Beaverson, Lawerence I-lausch,James Lee. MIDDLE ROW: Charles Lantz, Alan Stuckey, Rollin Lauber, Duane Rufenacht, Charles Fruchey, Lyle Fruchey, Richard Walfogel, Lowell Leu, Jim Rupp, Clarence McAtee, Tom Yoder, Stanley Waldfogel, Mervin Nofziger. FIRST ROW: Sam Roth, Reuben Aschlirnam, Ronny Leu, Gerald Myers, Dale Leininger, Merle Short, Gary Short, Don Frey, Merle Beck, Cloyce Nofziger, Mr. Gallaway. F. F. A. Projects Senior High Honor Roll Juniors BACK ROW: Sandra Maust, Dean Rupp, Phyllis Schnitkey, Leotus Amstutz, Roger Roth, Doris Mil- ler, Janice Hausch. SECOND ROW: Charlene Nafziger, Joanne Lisak, Billye Winzeler, Jeanette Wyse, Donelda Sauder, Byrdalene Wyse, Joyce Nofziger, Louona Gisel. FRONT ROW: Juliene Crossgrove, Shirley Weber, Sara Jane Zaerr, Shirley Rupp, Elaine Nofziger, Patty Rufenacht, Nola Nof- ziger. Seniors BACK ROW: Burdell Stuckey, Bud Stuckey, Merle Short, Rex Ziegler, John Rupp, Herb Ruffer, Lee Wyse, Jerry Thompson, Kriss Stutzman, John Rich. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Miller, Nadine Gisel, Betty Lou Roth, Bonnie Short, Bernadine Beck, Marilyn Miller, Joyce Short, Shirley Buerge, Carolyn Pickett, Susan Murbach. FRONT ROW: Shirley Wyse, Pam Lauber, Mary lou Roth, Bill DeGroff, Marilyn Gautsche, Sharon Klopfenstein, Clara Miller, Janice Wyse, Peggy Yoder. ' 46 Sophomores BACK ROW: Paul Lauber, Wayne Mast, Larry Barger, Bob Frass, Jim Fiser, Junior Bechtel, Terry Murbach, Carol Sauder, Charlene Wyse, Allen Stuckey, Rex I-lornish. SECOND ROW: Linda Spengler, Judy Zimmerman, Sally Huffman, Beverly Scott, Valetta Aschliman, Sharyn Mekus, Linda Collamore, Jane Buehrer, Linda Short, Cara Lou Schrock, Mary Alice Sauder. BACK ROW: Maretta Britch, Teresa Holian, Susie Rufenacht, Maureen Sullivan, Marilyn Stevens, Rosene Miller, Pauline Aeschliman, Betty Lou Schultz, Diane Frey. Junior High Honor Roll Freshmen BACK ROW: Christiane Haubold, Marlene Rupp, Joyce Kingsbury, Jim Rupp, Larry Rupp, Keith Beck, James Kleck, Craig Pickett, Lowell Leu, Paul Holsopple, Denton Wyse. SECOND ROW: Lana Cotter, Sandra Fielitz, Melinda Nafziger, Natalie Wyse, Nancy Goethals, Karen Peters, Peggy Neel, Rosemary Lauber, Dianne Rupp, Gladys Schnitkey. FRONT ROW: Barbara Gisel, Billye Detter, Elaine Gearig, Karen Short, Joanne Schrock, Robert Lauber Rollin Lauber, Elaine Meyers, Pat Leu. J Seventh Grade BACK ROW: Judy Sauder, John I-lolian, Larry Hol- land, Pam Taylor, Tamara Taylor, Donna Nafziger, Sheryl Yoder. SECOND ROW: Melda Nafziger, Sheila Schmucker, Elaine Wyandt, Gene Crime, Sally Short, Diane Hall, Karlene Springer. FRONT ROW: Susie Fielitz, Cheryl Short, Jerry Collamore, Betty Jo Benien, Phyllis Schrock, Susan Short. nj, Eighth Grade BACK ROW: Donna Gisel, Louise Stuckey, Ricky Weires, James Fagley, Jim Rupp, Larry Schroeder SECOND ROW: Ruth Osborn, Joyce Short, Rachel Sigg, Jean Schlatter, Connie Wyse, Bonnie Fraas, Karen Palmer. FRONT ROW: Junior Nafziger, Max Stuckey, David King, Sharon Schantz, Marcia Wyse, Roberta Taylor. QVQ Scholarship Awards 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, Pre- liminary District State Tests, Eighth Grade Tests, and Final District State Scholarship Tests. Several Science students annually participate in the Westinghouse Talent Search and other science and related tests. Archbold students have excelled in scholarship even as they have in science, music, athletics, dramatics, and all other departments of the school. Name Subject local Dist. State Janice Harper " 4th Kriss Stutzman Sr. Sch. lst in Co. 7th H.M. Larry Rupp " 5th John Rupp " 2nd " " H.M. H.M. James Kleck " 6th Ruth Ann Miller " H.M. " " David Rupp Algebra II lst John Rich " H.M. " " John Rupp " 2nd John Rupp English XII lst Susie Murbach " 4th Bernadine Beck " 2nd Rex I-lornish Plane Geom. lst Ruth Ann Miller " 3rd Valetta Aschliman " 2nd Susan Murbach " 4th David Miller " 2nd Elaine Nofziger English XI lst Bob F1885 " 4th Byrdalene Wyse " 2nd Maretta Britsch " 4th Leotus Amstutz " 3rd Larry Rupp Algebra I lst Joyce Nofziger " 4th Roger Doriot " lst 12th Sandra Maust " 5th DCYWOH WYSC " 31'd Valetta Aschlirnan Eng. X lst Sandra N0fZig21' " 4th Terry Murbach " 2nd JoAnne Schrock H 5th Judy Zimmerman " 3rd 8th John RUPP Sf- SOC- St- 1573 Cara Lou Schrock " 4th Kriss Stlltlm-9-H " 2nd Linda ShQft " 5th Herbert Ruffer " 3rd Betty Lou Schultz " 6th Bud SU-1CkeY " 4th Denton Wyse Eng. IX lst Gary Baus Am- Hist. lst JoAnne Schrock " lst Lf-lotus Amsfllfl " 2nd Karen Peters " 3rd JSIIY Hoffman " 3rd Janice Harper " 4th Byrdalene Wyse " 4th Christiane Haubold " 5th Roger Roth " 5th Nancy Goethals " 6th James Fiser World Hist. lst Sandra Nofziger " 7th Tom Callaway " 1St Kriss Stutzman Physics lst 2nd 13th David Neal " 3rd 10th Terry Murbach " 4th John Rupp " 2nd Allen Stuckey " 5th Roger Roth Chemistry lst 8th Cara Lou Schrock " 6th Byrdalene Wyse " 2nd Roger Doriot Latin I lst LEOtl.1S A1TlStL1tZ " 3rd Larry Rupp " 2nd Shirley Rupp " 4th Christiane Haubold " 3rd Diane Frey Biology lst DeeAnn Rupp " 3rd Allen Stuckey " 2nd 5th H.M. Valetta Aschliman Latin II lst Denton Wyse Gen. Sci. lst 5th H.M. Terry Murbach " Znd Roger Doriot " 2nd Paul Lauber " 3rd Craig Pickett " 3rd 12th Diane Frey " 4th Eighth Grade Tests David King ranked first in the State Eighth Grade Tests in Archbold. He was 9th in Fulton County. Other members of the class who ranked in the upper fourth of all Eighth Grades in the county were: Bonny Fraas, Joyce Short, Jean Schlatter, Rachel Sigg, Louise Stuckey, Richard Weires, Jimmy Rupp, James Fagley, Richard Stuckey, Donna Gisel, Junior Nafziger, Connie Wyse, Daryl Graber, Eugene Schrock. Senior Scholarship The following members of the graduating class of 1958 ranked in the upper one-fourth of their class of forty- nine members. Bernadine Beck, Nadine Gisel, Ruth Ann Miller, Susan Murbach, Carolyn Pickett, John Rich, Betty Lou Roth, John J. Rupp, Bonnie Short, Darlene Short, Burdette Stuckey, Kriss Stutzrnan, and Shirley Wyse. Kriss Stutzrnan was Valedictorian and John Rupp was Salutatorian. 48 Social Club BACK ROW: Peggy Neel, Nancy Goethals, Karen Peters, Carol Gautsche, Sally Huffman, Sharon Stannard, Rosene Miller, Maureen Sullivan, Marilyn Miller. SECOND ROW: Teresa Holian, Betty Lou Schultz, Linda Col- lamore, Linda Short, Jane Buehrer, Sharyn Mekus, Linda Spengler, Carole Wheeler, Pam Lauber. FRONT ROW: Bob Miller, Barb Gearig, Bonnie Short, Susan Murbach, Kriss Stutzman, Bill De Groff. Math Club BACK ROW: Marvin Merrillat, Junior Bechtel, John Rupp, Tom Callaway, Roger Lauber, Mr. Parker. FRONT ROW: Rex Hornish, Gary Miller, Larry Barger, Ruth Ann Miller. 49 Senior Plays " Sulphur and Molassesn BAL K ROW Carol Gautsche Barbara Gearig, Nadine Gisel, Don Frey, Lee Wyse, John Rupp, Darlene Short Shirley Burge, Barbara Dohm, Sharon Klopfenstein. FRONT ROW Ruth Ann Miller, Shirley Wyse Pam Lauber, Bill DeGroff, Bonny Short, Betty Lou Roth, Merle Short, Marlyn Gautsche Road to the City" BACK ROW Peggy Yoder, Clara Miller, Phyllis Graber, Graeme Lauber, Janice Wyse Carole Wheeler FRONT ROW Bob GIISIEI, Susan Murbach, John Rich, Bernadme Beck Bud Stuckey, Mary 50 Junior Plays "Tattle Tale" BACK ROW: Roger Miller, Mike Wyse, Gene Roth, Al Dohm, Sandy Schang, Carol Erbscorn, Charlene Nafziger, Doris Miller, Bonnie Haas. MIDDLE ROW: Sharon Aschliman, Tom Grieser, Sandra Maust, Roger Roth, Billye Winzeler, Juliene Crossgrove, Leotus Amstutz, Louona Gisel. FRONT ROW: Tom Yoder, Nola Nofziger, Joyce Nofziger, Delbert Britsch, Judy Nafziger, Shirley Rupp, Lu Ann Roth. "The Path Across the Hill" BACK ROW: Patty Rufenacht, Dean Rupp, Sharon Lindley, Frank Winzeler, Donelda Sauder, Sharon Aschliman, Shirley Riegsecker. FRONT ROW: Jerry Dominique, Pete Short,Elaine Nofziger,Jeanette Wyse, Merle Beck, Sara Jane Zaerr. 51 Senior Band Arion Band Susan Murbach Mary Lou Roth Band. Council Dance Band BACK ROW: Maureen Sullivan, Sharyn Mekus, BACK ROW: David Grisier, David Rupp, Mike Mike Sullivan, Tom Callaway, Mr. Borich, Sullivan, Terry Murbach. MIDDLE ROW: John Terry Murbach, Billye Detter, Mary Lou Roth, Rich, Karen Peters, Mike Miller, Rex Hornish, Maretta Britsch. FRONT ROW: Patty Rufenacht, Jerry Collamore, Jerry Bemath. FRONT ROW: Treasurer, John Rich, Vice President, Susan Mur- Bonnie Fraas, Maureen Sullivan, Mr. Borich, bach, President, Sharon Lindley, Secretary. Susie Murbach, Deanne Rupp, Sharyn Mekus, pianist, Frank Winzeler, drummer. The Archbold High School Band enjoyed a fine year of many successful endeavors. The Marching Band did an excellent job during the football season. They also made the usual number of Community appear- ances during the year, always being available when their services were needed. For the sixth consecutive year they won a Superior rating in State Competition. They were perhaps the youngest band ever to achieve this honor. There were only four seniors listed on the roster, along with a very large number of Junior High and Elementary members. George Borich again directed the band and did an excellent job in continuing the high type of achieve- ment which has become a part of local band tradition. 52 Chorus Junior Band Beginners Band E4 Majorettes Mary Ann King, Shirley Weber, Natalie Wyse, Sharon Lindley, Sandra Schang, Connie Wyse. Ensembles Susan Murbach, Mary Lou Roth, Patty Rufenacht, Karen Short, Jim Fagley, Donna Gisel, Frank Sharon Lindley, Phyllis SQhl'0Ck, Winzeler, Billye Detter, John Jimenez. Karen Short Mike Miller Betty Schultz ff w ilmm Mike Miller, Karen David Grisier Terry Murbach Dean Rupp, Rex Peters, John Rich. Homish, Jerry Collamore. 54 Ensembles John Rich, Karen Peters, Tom David Rupp, Bob Fraas, David Callaway, Tom Grieser, Mike Grisier, Mike Sullivan. Sullivan, Shirley Rupp. Susan Murbach, Betty Schultz, Maretta Britsch, Sharyn Mekus, JoAnne Schrock, Cara Lou Linda Short, Jane Buehrer. Schrock. Mike Miller, Dean Rupp, Tom Larry Schroeder, Sharon Callaway, Terry Muxbach, Bob Schantz, Barbara Gisel, Con- Fraas, Patty Rufenacht. nie Wyse. Mary Lou Roth, Linda Short, Patty Rufenacht, John Rich, John Rupp, Jane Buehrer. Susie Murbach, Sharon Lindley. 55 Deanne Rupp, Bonny Fraas, Sue Sullivan, Maureen Sullivan. Betty Schultz, JoAnne Schrock, Cara Lou Schrock. Shirley Rupp, Joyce Short, Larry Barger, Patty Rufenacht E 2 5 3 ,fs ,M 3 +41 S' M 1 n GQ 0 -. Q Q Athletics Varsity Basketball f w BACK ROW: Tom Grieser, John Rich, Don Frey, John Rupp, Lee Wyse, Dean Beck, Denny Miller. FRONT ROW: Mike Sullivan, Bob Frass, Gerald Meyers, Bob Bridges, Vic Miller, Mr. Arthur. The Blue Streaks enjoyed another one of their traditionally fine basketball years. They won 18 games and lost 5. They won the county tournament in easy fashion and advanced to the District finals where they lost to the Ridgeville Falcons in a close, hard-fought battle by a score of 57 to 55. They twice conquered the Wauseon Indians, and beat Deshler, rated second in the state, by a 18-54 score. Their 5 losses came by a total of 20 points. Bob Bridges, Victor Miller, Gary Myersand, Bob Fraas carried the scoring burden in most of the games. Mike Sullivan had numerous good games also. Bridges averaged just under 20 points per game. A good reserve team, a Freshman team with a 14-3 record, and a Junior High team with a 9-3 record indicate good material for the future. Mike Sullivan, Bob Fraas and Denny Miller will be the nucleus for next year's team. Bob Bridges, Victor Miller, Gerald Myers, John Rich, Leland Wyse, John Rupp and Donald Frey are the grad- uating seniors. Bob Bridges led the team in scoring and had the best foul shooting percentage. Date We Opponent Date We Opponent Nov. 22 72 Montpelier 43 Jan. 21 64 Wauseon 60 27 55 L. Center 52 24 89 L. Center 58 2 9 65 Petti svi lle 45 3 1 63 Delta 54 Dec. 3 55 Stryker 57 Feb. 4 47 Fayette 48 6 60 Delta 54 7 43 Pettisville 55 13 57 Wauseon 53 County Tournament 17 52 Fayette 49 14 50 Pettisville 44 20 67 Swanton 70 OT 15 67 Fulton 38 27 65 Stryker 61 2 1 77 Metamora 54 28 66 Fayette 52 District Tournament Jan. 7 72 Swanton 60 Mar. 1 64 Deshler 58 17 75 Montpelier 58 7 63 Ney 55 8 55 Ridgeville 57 58 Varsit Individuals Vic Miller Gerald Meyers Bob Bridges Mike Sullivan Bob Frass John Rich John Rupp Don Frey Lee Wyse Dean Beck Tom Grieser Denny Miller 59 Basketball I957-I9 8 Montpelier - There, Nov. 22. Streaks 72, Locos 43. Scoring parade-Bridges 20, Myers 16, Sullivan 13, Fraas and Miller 10 each. Liberty Center - There, Nov. 27. A tough game. Streaks 55, Tigers 52. Bridges 19, Vic 16, Mike 14. Pettisville - Here, Nov. 29. Streaks pulled away in final quarter for 64-45 win. Vic Miller 20, Bob Fraas 18 and Mike Sullivan 14. Stryker - Here, Dec. 3. The Streaks blew a big early lead and lost in the last minute 57 to 55. Bridges 15, Miller 12, Fraas 10. Delta - Here, Dec. 6. Streaks were still cold but won 60 to 54. Bob Bridges 18 and Vic Miller 17. Wauseon - There, Dec. 13. Streaks 57, Indians 53. A come-from -behind "Memphis Special" Bob Bridges was hungry for chicken as he rang up 22. Vic had 14. Fayette - There, Dec. 17. The Eagles were stubborn but finally yielded 52 to 49. Bridges 22 again, Fraas 13. Swanton - Here, Dec. 20. Streaks made too many mistakes and lost a tough 70 to 67 overtime decision. Bridges 24, Miller 21, and Fraas 15. Stryker - There, Dec. 27. Holiday Tournament. Revenge on Stryker - 65-61. Bridges and Fraas 22, Victor 11. Fayette - Stryker Tournament. Dec. 28. Streaks 66, Eagles 52. Streaks win the tournament. Bob 19, Vic 16, Gary 16, Bob Fraas 10. Swanton - There, Jan. 7. Bulldogs humiliated on their own floor - 72 to 60. Bridges 22, Myers 17, Fraas 14. Montpelier - Here, Ian 17. Locomotives lost their pressure. Streaks deflate them'75 to 58. Vic 21, Fraas 20, Myers 15, Bridges 14. Wauseon - Here, Jan. 21. Two in a row over the Indians. 64 to 60. Another come-from-behind job. A Dr. Rychener victory, Vic 17, Bob Fraas 15, Bridges 13, Myers 11. Liberty Center - Here, Ian. 24. The Streaks really rolled. High tide of the season. 89 to 58. Bob Bridges scored 30, high for the season. Vic 19, Mike 13. Everybody got into the act. Delta - There, Jan. 31. The Panthers were harboring upset ideas but the Streaks finished strong to win 63 to 54. Bridges still rolling with 29. Vic. 10. Fayette - Here, Feb. 4. The Streaks found themselves wanting and those pesky Eagles hung on for a 48-47 upset win over the Blue and Gold. Fraas 15, Myers 11, Bridges 10. Pettisville - There, Feb. 7. The team completely lost itself in this game and the sooner forgotten the better. Blackbirds 55, Streaks 43. Denny Miller scored 11 and Vic had 10. County Tournament at Liberty Center and Swanton Pettisville at Liberty Center - Feb. 14. A very tough one, but the Streaks had the necessary stamina - 50 to 44. Gary Myers 16, Vic Miller 12, Bob Fraas 10. Fulton at Swanton - Feb. 15. The Raiders were derailed in a breeze - 67 to 38. Myers 18, Sullivan 13, Bridges 11, Vic Miller 10. Metamora at Swanton - Feb. 21. The Streaks took no chances in their quest for the county championship, their seventh in the last eight years. Metamora fell 77 to 54. Gary Myers kept rolling for 22 points, Bridges 22, Vic Miller 17 and Bob Fraas 13. District Toumament at Anthony Wayne and Defiance Deshler at Anthony Wayne - March 1. The Streaks achieved one of their greatest victories of all time in de- throning second -rated Deshler 64 to 58. Bob Bridges and Gary Meyers each netted 20 big points. Congratula- tions on a great victory! Ney at Defiance - March 7. The Streaks were favored but they had a determined opponent who never gave up. Streaks 63, Ney 55. Bridges 18, Myers 13, Vic Miller 16, Bob Fraas 10. Ridgeville at Defiance - March 8. The Streaks had a costly let -down which cost them the title. They were far below their usual form and lost a terrific battle to the Falcons 57 to 55. Bob Bridges .staged a heroic effort to achieve a victory with 25 points. Thus, concluded a fine cage season in which the team far exceeded the fondest hopes of their followers. Congratulations to all of the boys and to Coach Arthur! 60 Reserve Basketball BACK ROW: David Miller, Jim Fiser, Jack Short, Walt Allen, Dwayne Rufenacht, Dean Beck, Everett Santos. FRONT ROW: Larry Barger, Ron Leu, Denny Miller, Dean Rupp, Mr. Arthur. Freshman Basketball BACK ROW: Lowell Leu, Ronnie Rupp, Jim Kleck, Max Stuckey, Jim Rupp, Mr. Walker. FRONT ROW: Sam Roth, Lyle Hayes, Roger Mehrling, Ronnie Graber, LaVern Miller. Junior High Basketball BACK ROW: Mr. Adamchak, Ronnie Rupp, Max Yoder, Roger Hall, Duane Hayes, Larry Holland, Orville Roth, Lupe Santos, Fred Stamm, Carl Miller. FRONT ROW: Steve Wyse, Danny Ruffer, Jim Rupp, Joe Santos, Richard Stuckey, Dean Miller, Gene Bridges, Rollin Taylor. 61 Varsity Football BACK ROW: Jack Short, Derald Seiler, Bob Grisier, Gerald Myers, Rex Ziegler, Herbert Ruffer, Mike Wyse, Del- bert Britsch, John Lauber, David Neal. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Vitello, Allen Carter, Tom Grieser, Everett Santos, David Grisier, Merle Klopfenstein, Jim Kleck, David Rupp, Steve Crossgrove, Terry Murbach, Mike Sullivan, Mr. Walker. FRONT ROW: Bruce Lauber, Kenny Nafziger, Paul Holsopple, Gene Spiess, John Jimenez, Roger Meier, David Holsopple, Bob Lauber, Gene Roth, Alfred Dohm, Bill DeGroff, Ben Britenriker, Larry Barger. The Blue Streaks compiled a record of three wins and five losses in their 1957 season. They played a very tough schedule of experienced football teams. In most of the games the Streaks made a very creditable showing. The Wauseon Indians were held scoreless until the final minutes of the game and Liberty Center came from be- hind in the second half for their win. Coach Michael Walker experienced his first season as a varsity coach, assisted by Thomas Vitello. Ben Londeree coached the Junior High team. The Streak reserves enjoyed a good season as did the junior high boys, so prospects look fairly good for the future . The following seniors were lost by graduation: Bill DeGroff, Gary Myers, Rex Ziegler, Bob Grisier, Don Clair, Bob Miller, Herbert Ruffer and David Holsopple. Bill DeGroff was chosen the most valuable player. Preview, Sept. 6 at Wauseon. PLACE DATE OPPONENT Edon there, Sept. 13 Archbold 14 Bombers Hicksville Qtherej Sept. 20 Archbold Hicksville Swanton fherej Sept. 27 Archbold 24 Swanton Wauseon Qtherej Oct. 4 Archbold Wauseon Payne Qherej Oct. 11 Archbold 19 Payne Homecoming Delta ftherej Oct. 18 Archbold 13 Delta Liberty Center there, Oct. 24 Archbold 14 Liberty Center Montpelier Qtherej Nov. 1 Archbold Montpelier T.D. 's Ziegler, Myers Ziegler f3j, Santos Myers 121, Ziegler Sullivan Q22 Myers, Ziegler Junior High Football P.A.T.'s DeGroff DeGroff Ziegler DeGroff, Sulliv 211 BACK ROW: Coach Londeree, Joe Santos, Larry Holland, Ronnie Lovejoy, Lupe Santos, Jimmy Rupp, Roger Hall, Kenneth Davis, Gene Bridges. MIDDLE ROW: Ricky Schultz, Dean Miller, Gilbert Short, Sonny Lauber, Wade Triplett, Tommy Vonier, Larry Short, Denton Krontz. FRONT ROW: Jerry Nichols, Rodney Britenriker, Fred Stamm, Rolland Taylor, Ronald Rupp, Jerry Collamore, Mike Grime, Mickey Stamm. er EE Homecoming Queen and Attendants 5 W, ' to Bonnie Short, Jane Buehrer, Barb Gearig, Billye Detter, Shirley Rupp. Football Snapshots 63 Cheerleaders Football Susie Rufenacht, Barb Gearig, Jane Buehrer, Marilyn Stevens, Shirley Rupp, Pat Rufenacht. Varsity Basketball was ff V HS A-ss Barb Gearig, Jane Buehrer, Susan Murbach, Susie Rufenacht. Junior High Basketball Connie Wyse, Elaine Gearig, Diane Hall, Pat Leu. 64 Baseball mul' S13 BACK ROW: Mr. Arthur, Bob Bridges, Mike Sullivan, Tom Callaway, Gerald Myers, Rex Ziegler, Bob Fraas. FRONT ROW: John Jiminez, Rex Hornish, Larry Rupp, Max Smith, Denny Miller, Terry Mur- bach, Kenny Nafziger, Gene Bridges. The Blue Streaks enjoyed another fine baseball season. They won ten games and lost only three. They won the Fulton County championship and reached the Sectional finals before bowing out of competition. Bob Bridges did most of the pitching and continued his fine work of the past two seasons. The team was made up mostly of ' Sophomores. Their hitting was not too strong and their fielding was weak at times, otherwise this team could have gone a long ways. Gary Myers at first base and Rex Ziegler, pitcher, along with Bob Bridges were the only seniors on the squad, so a very good nucleus remains for next years team. Mike Sullivan will be back to do the catching, along with Terry Murbach. Bob Fraas shows promise as a pitcher, along with two Freshmen, Gene Bridges and Roger Hall. D ate April April April April April April April 3 8 15 16 17 25 29 Archbold 5 9 13 2 11 4 3 Opponent Stryker Fayette D efiance Wauseon D elta Pettisville Weston 4 3 2 5 7 C.T. 0C.T 2D.T Date May 2 May 9 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 19 Archbold 2 4 9 3 12 8 Opponent Edgerton Napoleon Fayette Hilltop Delta Defiance 3 D.T. 5 4C.T. Finals 1 5 7 - Track 1 i . L SF, BACK ROW: Mr. Londeree, Bob Frass, Jim Fiser, Stanley Ruffer, Lee Wyse, Herb Ruffer, John Rupp, Gerald Meyers, Bob Grisier, John Rich, Mike Sullivan. FRONT ROW: Larry Barger, Dean Beck, Everett Santos, Roger Meier, Larry Rupp, Bill DeGroff, Tom Grieser, Gene Roth, John Jimenez, Merle Beck. The 1958 Track team enjoyed a very successful season. They lived up to the promise they showed as Fresh- men. Had the team been stronger in the field events they would have been much better, for they really excelled in the track events. John Jimenez, and Bill DeGroff were very good in the distance runs. John placed fifth in the District in the mile run. James Fiser did very well in the 440 and the high jump. Merle Beck tied for second in the District high jump. Archbold's mile relay team tied for fourth place in the District. Other outstanding per- formers for the Streaks were Everardo Santos, Dean Beck, John Rich, Bob Fraas, Bob Grisier, Mike Sullivan, Herb Ruffer and John Rupp. Most of the big point winners will be back next year, so the Streaks should enjoy another fine season on the cinder paths next year. The Streaks placed second in the Fulton County Meet behind a strong Delta team, which later tied with Blue Creek for the District title. March 30 at Napoleon Archbold 66 516 Napoleon Reserves 38 116 April 9 at Archbold Archbold 74 112 Fayette 44 112 April 14 at Liberty Center Archbold 34 112 Montpelier 57 112, L. Center 55 April 16 at Archbold Archbold 54 112 Bryan Reserves 63 112 April 23 at Archbold Archbold 85 Pettisville 23, Chesterfield 10 April 25 at Archbold Archbold 69 Defiance Reserves 35, Lyons 14 April 28 at Delta Archbold 38 112 Montpelier 42 112, Delta 67 April 30 at Archbold Archbold 63 Swanton' 55 May 5 at Fayette Archbold 66 Fayette 48 112, Metamora 31 112 May 12 at Delta County Meet Archbold 56 112 Delta 81 112, Fayette 41 Metamora 31, Pettisville 4, Chesterfield 4, Lyons 0 May 17 District Meet at Bowling Green. Junior High Track scores: Archbold 42, Wauseon 40, Archbold 45, Defiance 45g Archbold 42, Swanton 49 Golf Terry Murbach, Larry Barger, David Neal, Jack Short, Steward Wyse, Tom Galla- way, Rex Hornish. The 1958 golf squad was composed almost entirely of Sophomores. They all showed considerable improvement over their Freshman year. They won only one match in six attempts against some rather rugged competition. They also participated in the District meet at Valleywood -Swanton and the Montpelier Invitational. Golf is a game unlike most other sports. The boys enjoy playing and it is more fun to win than lose, but it doesn't seem to be such an important factor as it is in most other sports. It is a game of individual effort and desire and the only limitation seems to be the amount of time and effort that can be devoted to improve one's game. One of the high lights of the season was a match with a faculty team, which was won by the . . . by a score of . . . to . . . The boys are all looking forward to the next two years when they expect to be on the winning side more frequently. April 8 Archbold 1 112 Swanton 10 112 Valleywood, Swanton April 16 Archbold 112 Bryan 11 112 Orchard Hills, Bryan April 23 Archbold 5 Wauseon 7 Napoleon Municipal Course April 30 Archbold 4 Montpelier 20 Hillcrest, Montpelier May 5 Archbold 7 112 Napoleon 20 112 Napoleon Municipal Course May 15 Archbold 7 Wauseon 5 Napoleon Municipal Course May 16 District Meet at Valleywood, Won by Sylvania. Archbold eleventh. May 23 Archbold 6 Faculty 8 May 24 Montpelier Invitational won by Napoleon. Wrestlin NL! BACK ROW: Terry Murbaeh, Alfred Dohm, Herbert Rulfer, David Neal, Pete Short, Coach Walker. FRONT ROW: Roger Roth, Gene Roth, Bill DeCroff, John Jimenez, Byron Wyse, Tom Yoder. Wrestling, a brand new sport, so far as the high school was concerned, made its appearance on the sports calendar this year. Coach Michael Walker was interested in the sport and succeeded in interesting about a dozen boys who made up Archbo1d's first wrestling squad. The squad listed only two seniors, Bill DeGroff and Herbert Ruffer. Others who saw action were Tom Yoder, Roger Roth, Gene Roth, Byron Wyse, Pete Short, Alfred Dohm, David Neal, Terry Murbaeh, David Miller and John Jimenez. The team engaged in four matches. They won twice from Montpelier, 27 to 14, and 19 to 16. They downed Napoleon in a close match 25 to 20. They lost to Maumee Valley Country Day 25 to 22 in an extended match. The Streaks were ahead 22 to 20 at the regulation finish. The team will go into a big time schedule next year when they engage some of the top teams in this area in 12 matches staged on a home and home basis. 68 Association BACK ROW: Rex Ziegler, Delbert Britsch, Bob Grisier, Tom Gallaway, Bob Fraas, Gerald Myers, Herbert Ruf fer, Lee Wyse, Mike Wyse, John Lauber, Jack Short, Dean Beck, Jim Fiser. MIDDLE ROW Tom Grieser Mike Sullivan, David Rupp, John Rich, Jim Kleck, Don Clair, David Neal, Jerry Thompson, Frank Wmzeler, Ever ardo Santos, Alfred Dohm, Allen Carter, Bob Bridges. FRONT ROW: John Jimenez, David Miller, Gene Spiess David Holsopple, Graeme Lauber, Gene Roth, Larry Barger, Merle Klopfenstein, Terry Murbach, Rex Hormsh Bill DeGroff. Managers Kenneth Nafziger, Larry Barger, Paul Lauber, Junior Nafziger, Bruce Lauber. Athletic Staff Jacob Burkholder J. Michael Walker William Arthur Benjamin Londeree Thomas Vitello William Adamchak J. H. Spengler Athletic Director, Faculty Manager Football, Wrestling, Freshman Basketball Basketball, Baseball Track, Junior High Football Assistant Football Coach Junior High Basketball Golf Rychener Award 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 Athletic Award of one hundred dollars cash to be awarded to a selected Senior boy. This scholarship was named in honor of Dr. Rychener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Rychener, local residents, who always displayed a keen interest in Archbold school affairs. The award is made on the following basis. Thirty per cent, 1 Athletic Ability, thirty per cent, Scholarship, twenty per cent, Neat- ness and Personal Appearance, twenty per cent, General School At- Dr. Ralph O. Rychener titude. In 1952 a revision was made in the award making the cash payment only if the winner goes on to college. If he does not continue his education beyond high school he will receive an emblem 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 selected for the award does not use it by going on to college it will be held in escrow for the next year. The winner of the award is selected by the members of the high school Athletic Staff. Former Rychener Award Winners were: Aden Storrer, 1946g Gerald Lehman, 1947g Paul Sigg, 1948g Arthur Kleck, 19493 John Clair, 1950, Dale Leu, 195lg Ralph Burkhmdery 1952, Paul Yoder, 19535 Andrew Murbach, 1954, Robert Kleck, 1955, Wilmer Dean Rupp, 1956 and William Palmer, 1957. '54, John Rich 1958 Winner 70 Advertising Director The following merchants, business men, professional men and others have given the senior class whole hearted cooperation and financial assistance in the production of the 1958 Blue Streak. Their support and good will made this annual possible at a cost within the reach of most pupils. Let us extend our patronage and good will to all of them in the same friendly manner in which they have supported us. ACCOUNTANTS WALTER WEBSTER ATTORNEYS -at -LAW Willard Mack Owen Rice AUCTIONEERS Denver Stuckey AUCTION SALES Yoder and Frey AUTO SUPPLIES Western Auto Store BAKERIES Lange Bakery BANKS FARMERS and MERCHANTS STATE BANK PEOPLES STATE BANK BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS F1orence's Beauty Shop Fred's Barber Shop Litwi1ler's Barber Shop Vear1's Barber Shop BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS Bob Dominique -Plastering Riegsecker Brothers Rupp Lumber Company Claude Rupp Paul Ruffer CONCRETE PRODUCTS ARCHBOLD CONCRETE PRODUCTS Elmira Cement Tile and Block Co. DAIRY PRODUCTS Babcock Dairy Meadow Gold Dairy Dale Nafziger - Ice Cream DENTISTS Dr. Hal Hackett DITCHING and EXCAVATING MILLER BROTHERS DRUG STORES CITY DRUG STORE RED CROSS DRUG STORE DRY CLEANERS ARCHBOLD CLEANERS Bancroft Cleaners DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Archbold Dry Goods ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Ray Lantz Vic's Electric FARM EQUIPMENT and SERVICE King -Wyse, Inc. Liechty Farm Implement Stacey Farm Shop -Elmira ZEHR and COMPANY FLOOR COVERING O. J. SHORT Rupp's Carpeting FLORISTS Archbold Greenhouse FOOD PROCESSING LACHOY, INC. FUNERAL HOMES Grisier's Funeral Home Short's Funeral Home GARAGES and SERVICE STATIONS ARCHBOLD SALES and SERVICE Christy Motor Sales Crossgrove Garage - Elmira Grieser's Auto Service Heer's Garage - Elmira Liechty Motor Sales Nofzinger Motor Sales Lowell Thomas Pau1's Friendly Service S and S Gulf Service Short Sales and Service Storrer Brothers HARDWARE and LUMBER GOTSHALL LUMBER COMPANY Rupp Lumber Company - Pettisville STOTZER HARDWARE VERNIER HARDWARE HATCHERIES Archbold Hatchery WYSE BROS. TURKEY FARM HOME FURNISHINGS Short Furniture Company RUPP FURNITURE COMPANY Detter's -Your Furniture Home 71 INSURANCE Vincent Beck John Couch Floyd Lauber Ora Rupp Kenneth D. Short A. J. Stamm W. G. Theobald Robert Wilcox JEWELERS O. P. Kluepfel LIVE STOCK and MEAT PACKING LUGBILL BROTHERS, INC. LLOYD MYERS EMMET SHORT MEN'S CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS Dale Rufenacht Lauber Clothing Store NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS Archbold Buckeye PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Herman Britsch Orville Pursel PHOTOGRAPHERS RICHARD ERBSKORN John Davidson - Bryan Jim Sellers PLUMBING and HEATING Fraas Plumbing and Heating L. B. Frey and Sons Gearing Plumbing and Heating POULTRY PRODUCTS HAYES POULTRY FARM Eicher and Son Dennis Roth PUBLIC UTILITIES Archbold Telephone Company OHIO GAS COMPANY Toledo Edison Company RADIO and TELEVISION Bob Hughes Radio and TV S and S Radio and TV RESTAURANTS Cup and Saucer Gert and Bud's HOME RESTAURANT Tastee -Freez RETAIL FOOD SERVICE A AND P STORE Archbold Food Lockers Corner Market Lugbill Market Red and White Store Roth's Store - Elmira Ruffer's Market SCAFFOLDING, AIRLINE, PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT BIL -JAX, INC. SEED AND FEED ARCHBOLD SEED and GRAIN Elmira Elevator Co. Fagley Seed Company Nelson Rupp John Stuckey SHOE STORES HESS SHOE STORE SPORTS and RECREATION Archbold Bowling, Inc. Nagel Recreation THEATERS Scott Theater TRUCKING and FREIGHT ARCHBOLD TRUCK LINES, INC. BURKHOLDER BROTHERS Mid America Highway Express VARIETY STORES FISH'S FIVE and TEN Archbold Gift and Variety Store VETERINARIANS Dr. J. R. Peters WOODWORKING and MANUFACTURING Archbold Ladder Company Forecraft, Inc. Hitt Cabinet Shop Lauber Manufacturing Company Leininger Home Supply - Elmira SAUDER MANUFACTURING SAUDER WOODWORKING Scott Porta -Fold, Inc. Dennis Nofziger MISCELLANEOUS Milton Schantz - Interior Decorating Ed Huffman Paul and Flossie Kniess Family Book Store Grisier Musical Instruments Arch Motel 'I R. 'M 'S - 4' f .2 ' .--. f' " .Va 4 I A -4 I 'fu nf 4 ' 1 1- l 'Y' Q ig sig , ,L 4 ,H 4 , oy f 1 I 51, , Wa my nf: ,, ay , , A 'n .I ..! 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