Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)

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muh. hm Editor-in-chief ----- Loren Beach Assts- -------- -----Joe Knight Business Asst.-- Circulation--- L ASSte'u Leo Musgrave Manager---Don Steinman 1' ---H-magaagene Gossman --MHMarcia Bailey --u--m---nL90 Musgyave Advert sing-----------Dick Bame Assts.m----H---U-Cari Roddick Wi1liam.Metzger Artuw--------N-0---HRuth Nonnen Assts.w-------Thelma Vnn,Atta Richard Conover Jokes-M-H-H----e----Betty Grubb Asst,eu------Charles Lafferty Alumni Q Calendar--Vera Rossman Asst.------n---Arlene Remaley Pictures-------Paul Jean Schaaf Asst.--------------James Line Literarywm-N------4Wayne Conine Asst.v--n----- ---Mable Price Athletics----------Mary Lou Fox Asst.-----------Printy Arthur Music-------- Asst . .--.--.---......... ----Mari Clevenger W--Betty Hite Typists a Mimoograph operators Golda Oxon, ,-r.. Dorothy Tewell Carl Smith J. T. Malone Ruth Lishop Lola Vansant Joe Knight Dana McMi1len EDITOR'S NOTE As editor-in-chief of the AHS Excelsior this year, I wish to take this opportunity to express my appreciation and sincere thanks to all who have so willingly contributed to making our year book a success. I wish especially to thank the art and photograph editors and the faculty for their fine cooperation. Signed M'1...z Editor-in-chief AKAggg4xr?4 W Shows up there, Old Glory, where lightnings are spedg I ljijgfviir She dazzles the Nations with ripples red, g And she'll wave for us living, or droop o'er us dead--fggggifigyw ,MX The flag of our country forever! .ff She's up there, Old Glory, no tyrant-dealt soars, No blur on her brightness, no stain on hor stars! The brave blood of horoos hath crimsonod hor bars- Shofs the flag of our country forever! Frank L. 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Ohio State U.--B.S., M.A. Physics, Math., Administration DON VANSANT ENID CHANCELLOR DWIGHT SOMMER Arlington High School Martinsville High School Pandora High School Findlay College AB, Indiana State Teachers College Bluffton College Bowling Green U. History, English, Biology QS . ,-: usp it 315125 - SVWLQJEKS .za of E HOWARD KING BAILEY Findlay High School Findlay College Ohio State U.--B.S. in Science Physical and Biological Science ROSS GREEK Kunkle High School Bowling Green U. Ohio State U--B.S. in Ed. Ohio State U. Graduate Work B.S. in Commerce Ed. Special Commerce Faculty ot 1941 BARBARA MOORE Ada High School Ohio Northern U.-A.B. University oi Michigan Ohio State U. French, Latin, English Bowling Green U.AB S. in Ed Ohio State U. Music HILDRED H. WARNER Woodstock High School Ohio State U.--BS. Vocational Agriculture HAROLD CASTOR Arlington High School Findlay College A.B. Kent State U.-B.S. University of Michigan Physical Education, Coaching BEATRICE FAI-IL Arlington High School Bowling Green U. Ohio Northern U. LUCILLE SOLT Rowson High School Bowling Green U. Micrrrii U. VIOLA SCHMEHI. EVA FARMER Rowson High School Arlington High School Findlay High School Bowling Green U. Ohio U. Ohio Stole U. Ohio Northern U. EARL GOBRECHT Arlington High School Ohio Northern U. HELEN METTER Salt Creek Twp. High School Ohio Sicrie U.-BS., MA. Home Economics RLLCMJ 222 f SENUYDIRS 'DEcLAszArncvN ENDEPENDENCE zL!'iLf f4QDr4Z5f ,7if1Q4LQ' iZgLmZRCZQAg r ,aj -fi I M-gf"-,,,.4 ' 1 wwf QW ww' 1 A G 751343555 15igJ,77f cxfwf, ,Lf J f I LcJN3Cca,.L,--A, fa-mf-f4ffgf'fM"4"0' 'Q' VL ff ,Z , W 'Z,fuyw.flf1Q A ' 'DAQ L .L,,.,-flfvwfff' L ILA3 , 'riff- ,, f?ff jli, l azafwvl M746 f fwffcq 5' . N - , sg I xi H aw O,d.fc-ffff' KP'- 1 - Qgvxbfk 1 YW! SENIOR CLASS POEM Through autumn, winter, and springtime too we trudged to school, many subjects to rule. No warning sirens to shriek in distress And warn us, that we may be dispossessed. Just happy-go-lucky students are we, The Spirit of Liberty our hearts inscribe, Companions, friends, and neighbors to be, Let our memories of knowledge be our guide. While all of us can't be Top-sergeants As oorporals the top is in sight. Now the teachers, they're just buck privates, For all Seniors are really quite bright. Though the way be steep and rough at times, With ambition as our guide we'll rise and shine. Pray no one our heritage of Independence mar, Like tho unfortunate youth of lands afar. Though we are young and not so tame Our weapons we carry high, Honor, valor, and wisdom our aimg Dictators, take warning, wo're sly. May never a classmate of Forty-one Ever know fear from a Blitzkrieg gun, nThe Home of the brave, and the Land of the freen Let that, always, our motto be. J. T. Malone DUANE TRAUCHT Trauchty tStf:ture does not make this rnanl Agriculture Course, Class President 4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Varsity A. Sr. Play l, Pres. Hi-Y. I. T. MALONE Pete CA little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of menl General Course, Paper 4, Ex- celsior Typist 4, Chorus 2,3 MARCIA BAILEY Motsy KSO fair a maid there never wasl College Prep. Course, Class Sec. G Treas. l,2, Class Sec. 3,4, Paper Staff 4, Excelsior Bus. Mar. 3, Excelsior Circula- tion Mar. 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Band 4, FFA Play 2, Sr Play l, Booster Club Pres., FHA 3,4. LOREN BEACH Lornie tl am a qreat student they sayl Colleqe Prep. Course. Cla's Pres. l,2,3, Vice Pres. 4, Pap- er Staff l, Excelsior Asst. Ed. 3, Excelsior Ed, 4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Sr. Play l, Varsity A 3,4. GOLDA OMAN Goldie tNone would suppose it but l'm naturally bashfull Commercial Course, Paper 4, Chorus l,2,3, Excelsior 4, Bas- ketball l,2,3, FHA l,2,3,4. KENNETH SUTER Kenny tl'-le trembled when a maid drew nearl Commercial Course, Excelsior 3, Chorus l,2,3,4, Athletics 3,4, Sr, Play l,2, Varsity A, FEA l,2, l-li-Y. MARY LOU FOX Poxie tloyous and eaaer, she's in for anythinql Commercial Course, Ass't, Bus. Mqr. 3, Class Treas. 4, Excel- sior Athletics Ed. 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3, Sr. Play l, Booster Club Sec. THELMA VAN ATTA Thelmy tBeautitul behavior is the tin- est of artsl General Course, FHA, Chorus l,Z,3,4, Excelsior Art Ed. 4, Ir. Play, Sr. Play 2. Booster Club. WILLARD RETTIG ESTHER WOLFORD CARL SMITH Xltlillie Ezra Smack tHe looks clown on the worldl tl-lappy and tree from care tl must confess that women Aariculture Course, Football always contentedl like mel l,4, Basketball l,2,3,4. General Course, Band Z,3,4, Commercial Course, Excelsior Chorus l,'Z,3,4, Booster Club. Typist 4, Chorus 2,3,4. NORMA GATCHELL A Micky KA little miss with a quiet way, Stores up Knowledge every davl College Prep. Course, Chorus l,2, Sr. Play l,2, FHA 4, Boos- ter Club. ROSE ELLEN RINEHART DON STEINMAN VERA ROSSMAN DEWEY HANDLY Rosie Charlie CRosy and merry, she's like a ll'm no Gable, but l'm still !'CIifYl able.l Gerleffll Course. Cl'1OI'L1S 1.2.3, Commercial Course, Excelsior 4, Booster Club. Bus. Mgr. 4, lr. play, Hi-Y. Rossie Dougan Us she as quiet and fNature might stand up and unassuming at home?l say This is a man.l College Prep., Excelsior Asst. General Course, Hi-Y, Sr. play Ed. 3, Ezicelsior Calendar Ed. 4, 2. Paper l,2,3,4, Band 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, PFA play 2,3, lr. play, Sr. play l,2. VIOLET ESSINGER HARLEY HARTMAN RUTH NEWMAN OTIS O. MUSGRAVE, IR. Vi Pete Ruthie Otie Cl..ife is just and all things ll-le walks and strolls so KA tall fair maid of artless CSloW, but sure, is his motto.l show itl faithiullyj grace,l Chorus 2,3,4, General Course, General Course, FHA, Booster Agriculture Course, FFA, Hi-Y. College Prep., Excelsior Art Sr. Play l, Hi-Y. Club, Sr. play 2. .Ed. 4, Asst. Art Ed. 3, Chorus EARL ANDERSON Red Wlfith his red hair the girls rate him fair.l Agriculture Course, Football l,2,3,4, FFA, Sr. Play 2, FFA Play 4. ' BETTY ANN GRUBB Gruber lSoftly her fingers wander over the yielding planks of ivoryl College Prep., Paper 2,3,4, Excelsior--loke Ed. 4, Chorus 2,'3,4. Basketball 2.3, FFA Play 2, lr, Play, Sr. Play 2, Booster Club. l,2,3,4, lr. Play, Sr Play l. DANA MCMILLEN RAYMOND REYNOLDS Toad Elmer lOf the girls he is fond lMen of few words are the best especially that little blond.J oi men.l College Prep., Paper 4, Chorus Agriculture Course, Band l,2, l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2, Ir. Play, 3,4, FFA, Sr. Play. RICHARD NESLER Deany Il could dance till day is dawning, Then l'd Want to dance all morning! General Course, Excelsior - - Asst. Adv. 3, Sr. Play 2. PAUL IEAN SCHAAF Punk IDark hair, dark eyes, and 'pleasing personality.J College Prep., Excelsior Snapshot Ed. 3,4, Football 3,4, Basketball 4, Ir. Play, Sr. Play l, Hi-Y. MART. CLEVENGER Dan CWorry kills me, why die?l General Course, Excelsior Music Ed. 4, Band l,Z,3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Football 4, lr. Play, PFA Play 2, Sr. Play 2, Hi-Y. VIRGIL BAUMGARDNER To you, Virgil, the Senior Class extends greetings. Virgil Was a loyal member of our group until he became ill with infantileparalysis. He is now recuper- ating in a sanitariurn in Toledo. RICHARD BAME Dick tl Want my pants.l College Prep., Class Bus. Mgr. 3-4, Paper 4, Excelsior Asst. loke Ed. 3, Excelsior Adv. 4 Band l,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4, FFA Play 2, lr, Play, Sr. Play, Boys' Quartette 2-13, I-Ii-Y. ICE KNIGHT lsaac Clie attends to his business and wastes his time.l College Prep., Excelsior 3, Excelsior Asst. Ed. 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Sr. Play, Paper 4, Hi-Y. WAYNE CONINE Orphie lSpeechless, not ll? College Prep., PEA l,2, FFA Play 2, lr. Play, Sr, Play 2, Asst. Lit. Ed. 3, Excelsior Lit. Ed. 4, Paper 4, Hi-Y. GERALD WILSON Gerald has been slowly but patiently gaining his way back to health. Wilson was iniured in the Mt. Cory football game. Best wishes for continued health and happiness. Class History v In September 1957 a crew of about forty-one Freshman started onba tour on the good ship the foSuSc'AHGIiCP. Hiss iickam was our pilot, with our Purser and Keeper of the Logs, Marcia Bailey. Loren Beach was our Captain and Ruby Smith our First Mates To us the high lights of the year are the class party which was held at the school house and the initiation which made us fullefledged sailors. we stopped at Port Summer for three months and then resumed sail! ing again in September, this time bearing the name of Sophomore. Mr. Decker piloted us for the year. with his guidance nothing daunted us, and we became more and more activo in the various duties. Still another September found us starting the third laps of our journey. Skillfully Miss Moore piloted us for another year. Soma change was made in the organization and Betty Grubb became our Purser leaving Marcia more time for keeping an accurate record of our adven- tures. In May we banqueted the Seniors. Our play WThe Haunted Chairw was very well received. By the following September 1919 our ranks had been riddled many times but a large number signed up for one more year, a very, very busy one. Two more new officers were elected this year and Duane Traucht became our Captain, which left Loren more time for his duties as editor, Mr. Bibler our pilot and Mary Lou Fox our Purser. As sen- iors wef took full advantage of our last chance to take part in the various activities. we presented two plays UThe Antics of Andrewn and UOne Mad Nightu. The Annual was our biggest project. Among the last minute stops were for the Baccalaurate and lastly thet Commencement where diplomas were granted to thirty-one as a reward for their dili- gence and loyalty during the tour. As a climax to our Educational tour many were planning to go to Washington D. C. A CLASS MILL we the Senior Class of lihl, of Arlington High School, and the State of Ohio being of sound mind and memory, do make and declare this our last will and testament. we the Seniors, bequeath to the faculty our appreciation for what they have done to help make our high school career a success. To all underclassmen we leave our books, teachers, and all other school supplies. Richard Bane, leaves his mothcrly advice to Esfher Romick, and his ability of being teaoher's ilunkg to James Line. Earl Anderson wills his winning ways to Bus HCT? st c Loren Beach wills his art of-being fin ncially embarrassed to Pe te Hartmsin . Wayne Conine wills Evelyn Woolby to anyone who can buy enough to drive to Forest. Don Steinman wills his Gable tactics to Joe Paul Jean Schaaf wills his glamour boy idea Carl Smith wills his ability to give a line to Printy Arthur. Marl Clevenger wills some of his curly hair Dana Mchillen wills his ability to keep his Businger and mverett Helms. gas Van Scoit. to Charles Lafferty. of ballyhoo to girls to H. H. Warner. hair combed to Eugene Joe Knight wills his ability to keep all work books up to date to anyone who does so. V., Dewey Handly wills his typing ability to Arlene Remaley. Willard Rettig wills his ability to get around on the basketball floor to Russel heirauch. Richard Nesler wills his ability of getting to dance in the office to Fred Benner. Harley Hartman wills his ability to skip Howard Miller leaves his undertaking job he can sleep at nights. Raymond Reynolds leaves his driving ability J. T. Malone wills his goats to whoever Kenneth Sutor wills his girl to whoever can Duane Traucht wills his athletic ability to Marcia Bailey wills her job es Lay Queen to votes. to can out of study halls school to Robert Weidman his brother and hopes to Chloe Benner. handle them. Peep her. Paul Pepple. whoever gets the most Vera Rossman wills her glasses to anyone who can see through them. Golda Oman leaves her typing ability to Ruth bishop. 1 Violet Essinger leaves her ability to stay out late to Annabelle Mitchell. ' f- ' ' I Norma Gatcholl wills hor acting ability to Magdalene Gossman. Rose Ellen Rinehart leaves her Packard to whoever can buy gas for it. Ruth Newman loaves her artistic ability to Richard Conover. Esther Wolford leaves her Shekespeurian knowledge to Bonnie wertenborger. Thelma Van Atta wills hor Jcnora boy friend Betty Grubb loaves her music ability to her to Ellen Sutor. sister Mary. Mary Lou Fox leaves her Frccklcs to Joyce Hinchoy. 1 Otis Musgrave wills his easy going manner to Raymond Carey ...nil .....-l.,.a, M.. .......... V -.H - -- --- -- s-A----M---ef' -aumlnjle -A M- - -- 4- -- 'Y-H --H '--W-A' ' . -as-,. CLASS PiIC'PliECY By Richard S. Bame Upon entering the world's largest observatory in California, I saw 8. queer looking machine that you put on your heads This would catch your thoughts, ilmedietely open the dome, and the telescope would focus on a star for you to look at. 'It would shew what anyone that you thought about was doing, using stars as their own little world to work in. I started to think about my old classmates and the first one was Wayne Conine. He was a History Professor in the University of Southern California. In the same unversity Duane Traucht was football coach and J. T, Malone was presidents Vera Rossman was just entering one of New Yo:rk's largest high schools as teacher of' languagesa She was wearing a diamond ring,' but ' even as wonderful as the machine was it would not tell me the name of' the lucky man. c As I thought of Don Steinman, I heard a loud noise, and therehe was, sawing some large Sequoia trees in a lumber mill in California. I thought of the two love birds in our class, Dana Mcliillen and Mary Lou Fox. They were married and living in Fostoria, whore Dana worked in the New National Defense factory. Mary Leu was busy cleanirg their little love nest. ' I happened to think of Loren Boas? , who always wanted to be a lawyer. Well, there he was at four A.lai. buried up to his neck in books. fmust have been 0. tough case to win.J Good luck, Beach! What, no farmers in our class! Oh yes, there's Raymond Reynolds running a large farm in HCLIlCOOk'C0'l1IlJGZ.'e V-'illard Rottig was teaching ' Agriculture at Arlington School , and Harley I-iartman was the new Agricultural Agent of Hancock County. Wa:-:n't there any religion in that class of 'ill ? Just look awhile' longer---Otis Musgrave was preaching at a large church in Uetroitg Kenneth Suter was a missionary in Indiafwondcr whore he got his schoolingl and Violet Essingor was in Africa as missionary. Howard Miller wasrunning a large Mortuary in Akron. His business' seemed to be very good., Yes, Yes, people just die to go to a Mortuary , g Where's Betty Grubb? Oh 5 there she is, the manager of a large green- house thatspecializes in growing orchids for the Hollywood Stars, and by the way, Dewey Handly was Miss Grubb's first-hand man at making corsages. CLASS PROPHECT fcontinuedl Esther Wolfbrd was secretary to the Bresident of the United States. Rose Ellen Rinehart was incrersing in popularity, and had just signed a contract for seven years with Metto-Gcldwyn-Mayer. What's that noise I hear every night? Nothing but "Punk" Schaaf' sweeping the streetsg his father has retired. At the age of fifty-five Paul Jean will retire to his little cottage on the hill with a very large pension supporting him. Marl Clevenger was Fire Chief in a Fire House in Detroit, and he had just received a large medal for rescuing a beautiful maiden from the twentyyfifth floor. Is that Music I hear? Yes, it's Dick Bame and his orchestra playing at the Glenn Island Casino in Long Island Sound, where Joe Knight owns the biggest Dance Hall in the U.S., featuring Norma Gatchell as the Ballet Dancer. Norma, having studied for years in Europe, was voted the No.1 dancer of the year. There's Marcia Bailey as a Dietician in one of the largest hospitals in New York City and Earl Anderson, with Ruth Newman as nurse, is recovering frem injuries received in a wreck when trying his new-designed racer. He was to have driven in the five hundred mile Indianapolis Classic. Why, there's Thelma Van Atta married and living on a farm near Jenora. She spends much of hor spare time running a cooking demonstration school in Findlay. Golda Oman was the captain of a girls' professional basketball team in New York City. Sho was just completing a very successful year of play. Richard Nesler was running the largest night club in New York, CP.S. H was married and blessed with twin sons.D Carl Smith was running the largest poultry farm in existence in Mortimer, Mortimer had grown to be one of the largest cities in Hancock County. It was the home of Mortimer Tech. Having once again viewed my former classmates, I removed the machine from my head and continued my tour of the'West. F V N 5 l V ? 5-l....,,..l,, ,,- VALEDICTORY SUCCESS OR EAILURE W' --by Vera Rossman Parents, Teachers, Friends and Classmates: Tonight, we as Seniors, have completed our high school career and are ready to start our journey on this Highway called Life. Let me paint a picture for you of this Highway and its Byroads known to us as Failure and Success. Are we ready to make our choice? lt must be made by each of us, as individuals because no one can make this decision for us. Two roads are open to each of us. The one, labeled Failure, is wide and easy to travel because it leads downward. To the follower of this road there is no such thing as a goal or aim. Life is easy and full of fun. But in later life let us look again at this individual. He is now'middl2-aged, but he is emptyhanded. He has nothing to show for his life's activities. Is this the kind of a life our forefathers struggled and fought for years ago. - Now, let us take a lock at this other road which is called Success. This road is narrow and hard to travel. The one who follows this read must work for everything he gets. Of course, he has his enjoyment, too, but it has its proper place. In later years we find he is weary from j his work and the barriers he has struggled to overcome. His way has been hard. There wore times when things seemed to go from bad to worse, and he perhaps wished that he, too, would have taken that other road. lt is always darkest before the dawn and something seemed to keep him going forward. Now later yet, we sec this person nearing his goal. He has gained success because he has taken advantage of every opportun- ity. This is not an accurate description of Failure and Success. It is different in the case of each of us. Yet, it gives an idea of what faces us as we start upon our Journey on this Highway of Life. Let us keep these things in mind so as we reflect we may not need to say as the poet, nwhittiern, has said: Hfor of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest of these: It might have been. HFinished yet beginning.H Is this really going to be our motto? Tonight is the close of formal education for some of us. Fbr others it is just a beginning. But all of us will have the same great teacher Experience. If possible let us learn by the experience of others. We wish to thank our parents for all the things they have sacri- ficed that we could go to school, to the teachers for all the advicG and help they have given us, and to our friends for the ways that have aided us. The time has come, dear classmates, for us to bid each other fare- well. Tonight we separate and each will follow a different path that may lead to different parts of the world. But we will remember the joys and sorrows wo shared during our high school days. Yes, the time has come, too, for us,.thci Class of l9hl, to bid you our parents, teachers, friends, undorclassmen and school a most affectionate farewell. ' . ,.......4.l....a-,..,....A-l.n...... --... l . . SALVTATOHY BY Wayne Conine Parents, Teachers, Friends and Schoolmates, I welcome you tonight and in behalf of the Senior Class of l9hl, I express our pleasure and gratitude for your presence here. Y ou have come to witness the end of our High-school career. You have been largely responsible fbr what we have received from our school life, both in an educational way and a social way, by your loyalty and cooperation whenever it was needed during the past twelve years. Fbr some of us, tonight will be the close of our educational fields of learning. In reality, however, education, fbr all of us, should go on- Fbr our experiences, daily, should contribute something to our store house of knowledge. As we stand on the threshold of a new life we won- der just what the future holds for us, and that will depend upon each one of us, individually. Up until this tive we have depended upon you, the citizens of this community, for the privilege of our education, which you provided to all alike, whether rich or poor, and so, now, - Thanks for everything, Everv teacher eve ' bor evsrv miss- ., 3 . 3 V 9 Thanks for ov rything Fbr bringing us Seniors like this. l'ie've helped. nairio "Arlington" what it is, 1e'vo carried things through, And we take this vay to say We give our thanks to you. As we look to the future and what it holds for us, we shall never forgot your kindness and your part in our preparation for this great moment, OUR COMMENCEMEET DLI, so called, not because it is the end, but the commencement or beginning of a new life. And so, again, I welcome you, to this our last class program, to- gether. I THANK YOU WT J y il 1 3 3 4 1 I 1 K I 1 i 5 A 1 , .iii BACCEL-,fl.UEi.fl'1'E May ll, 1941 Processional --- ---- -------- Class of l94l Selection U Invocation Selection H Class Sermo Selection H Benediction Recesslonal with a Voice of SingingH-- Shaw - ------- - Rev. E. Lowell Arthur Send forth Thy Spiritl-Schnetky n ------- Rev. E. Lowell Arthur Onward, Ye ?eoplesN--- Sibelius - ------- Rev. E. Lowell Arthur - ------ -- ------ - Class of l94l COM EECEMENT May 191 19bl 8 P. M. Prelude . . . .... . School Band Processional. . .... Class of 1913. Invocation. . . . . Rev. Arthur Rismiller 'Alma Mater". .... Class of 19141 Salutatory . . . ...... ..... Wayne Conine Sousaphone Solo . . . . .Richard Bame "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia' Valedictory ................ Vera Rossman Soprano Solo. .. .............. Betty Grubb UI Heard a Forest Prayingn deRose Class Address .......... Dr. J. Raymond Schutz WEvaluating the Intangibles' Boys' Ensemble 'Ship Ahoy", Strickland Dick Bane Raymond Nesler Joe Knight Kenneth Suter Dana McMi1len Carl Reddick Marl Clevenger Presentation of the Class of l9L1l . .Prin. Loren Bibler Joe Van Scoit Presentation of Diplomas Supt. Forrest S. Warner Benediction . . . . . . . . Rev. Arthur Rismiller Postlude. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . School Band Reception of Parents and Friends Vera Rossman Dana MoMil1en Howard Miller Otis Musgrave Kenneth Suter Earl Anderson Dewey Handley Esther Wolford Willard Rettig Class Roll Pres. Duane Traucht Vice-Pres. Loren Beach Secretary Marcia Bailey Treasurer Mary Lou Fox Golda Gman Joe Knight' Carl Smith Betty Grubb Ruth Newman Don Stieman Marl Clevenger Violet Essinger Norma Gatchell Harley Hartman Richard Nesler Raymond Reynolds Richard Bame Rose Ellen Rinehart wayne Conine Paul Jean Schaaf J. T. Malone Thelma Van Atta T l 1 s I I I 9 r 1 . E 5, r 5? ,. gl F 1 N, v, 5 s il K, . K ., , U Q. E k E' 9 sm...Ls.M.s.........-..l.,.....lfr-l... - ..-....,. - .-A--- JUN1OR'SENIOR BANQUET On May 10, the Junior class was host for the annual Junior-Senior Banquet at the Findlay Country Club. The theme was aviation. Invitations for the occasion were on grey paper with air mail seals on ouch cnc. Model of planes placed about the rooms ut tho club added much to the atmosphere. Other decorations were carried out in the Senior class colors, red, blue, and grey. Favors were small red planes. and blue air- Mr. Castor was toastmastor. Printy Arthur, president of the Junior class, gave thc welcome, and rccoivod tho chest from Dunno Truucht, Senior class prosidcnt. The rest of the program was us follows: Whistling solo, Botty Kite, Talk, nTho Biblorg Guitar solo, Bonnic Wortonbtrgorg T and Nosodivos, N Hr. H. H. Warner, Trombone Arthurg Talk, nhappy Landing.H hr. F. S. wr solo, Carl Roddick, and Talk, hr. E. E. Ray. ..... ...lf , s..,,k..,,w.,,- .M 1,.,r........,..,, Am, NAWN Take Offn, Mr. lk, uTailspins solo, Printy rnorg Accordion U f ff f- "', I ff, - '1-:gpnrf ::,,.,, :gp ..Ag13,f,,1-,3.. ' 3 1 5 ..., -s. 1. .... 9 U A. V.A.-,'. .- "if ' -rf ""' - 'L" P .P "" A 'Q '1,. ' X 1" 'Q :gf - .,', Z . 1 1 V V L-L , ,, ...., ,I N ,. I "'f 9 -'Sg'ffff1f': 5 . . :J A ,Z J xl! j 1 I A.'A ,.-fx?" - . .' - 1: I E. :A 'Zh I e.. LL if , X ,V S 1 'i D: ,J ' . K ' ' , ,Jjrj Ill' - , W . ,gif 'W 'AX NJ ,X in 1 I i 1 i J ii fi in ei Qi fi es 'e .Y 3 i Leo Musgrave, Vice Pres. A F Printy Arthur, Pres. A rlene Remaley' Sec' Magdalene Gossman, Treas Muriel Essinqer Charles Miller Paul 'l'raucht Betty I-lite Harold Hartman Ruth Bishop Iohr. frmiger Dorothy Tewell ' James Line Carl Reddick, Bus. Mar lean Grubb leanette VanSickle Charles Lafierty ' Wilbur Hook Dale Hartman Iunior Van Atta Lola Vansant David Wilch Esther Rieqle Robert Weidman Rema Long Richard Conover Wanda Canine Ruby Essinqer William Metzger Mabel Price , Armin Von Stein Bonnie Wertenberqer Maynard Powell fl ..,. ' soPHoMoRE CLASS First Row: Ianice Lehi, Leulla Smith, Raymond Harpst, Ioe Van Scoit, Mary Adler, Miriam Rettiq, Sarah lane Roller, Russell Weirauch. Second Row: lnez Waltermire, Ruby Bame, AnnaBelle Mitchell, Pauline Rodabauqh, Earl Van Sant, Marilyn Businaer, Bernice Hasson, Esther Rettiq, Juanita Steinman, Don Van Sant tSponsorl. Third Row: Patricia Ramqe, Ruth Mary Sink, Robert Rettiq, Ruth Ellen Rettiq, Mary Grubb, lean Corbin, Chloe Benner, Robert Gallant, Martha Adler, Helen Bishop. Fourth Row: Dean Smith. Iames Essinqer, Lon Ghaster, Donald Wilch, lunior Von Stein, Glenn Shake, Paul Dean Beach, Raymond Hart- man. Fifth Row: Bill Vfilch, Fred Benner, Bob McKee, Brice Huber, Clifford Sadler, Clare Bishop, Herbert Glick, Dean Musgrave, Raymond Nesler. FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: Betty Metzqer, Reva Bailey, Wayne Hosatros, Florence Draper, Gerald Houdeshell, Eloise Knight. Second Row: Reinhold Wilch, Paul Pepple, junior Beach, lean Edie, Robert McClelland, Russel Essinqer, Ruthella Rettiq, Mr. H. H, Warner. Third Row: Austin Musgrave, Betty Lafferty, Laura Decker, Vivian Marohn, Elinore Reichley, Martha Benson, Hilda Clinqer, Bea Esther Ellis. Fourth Row: Earl Hartman, Rose Marie Davis, Madonna Wilch, Dorothy Ellinwood, Lois Waltermire, Francis Cramner, Virginia Weber, Raymond Carey, Walter Price, leanette Lehr, Filth Row: Esther Romick, Betty Schrier, Richard Decker, Hallie lollitf, James Wolford, Madqe Newman, Bob Pratt, Caroline Green. Elsie Wilkins. MW- EIGHTH GRADE First Row: Bob Walters, lean Bishop, Eloise Brown, Mildred Miller, Margaret Miller, Rolland Beach,Gail Thomas, Wilbur Schaller. Second Row: Iane Hartman, Darl Benner, Ruth Wolford, Rose Lafferty, Norman Wycoif, Gerald Gohrecht, Ruth Wolbur, Lois Gallant, Mr. H. K. Bailey, Teacher. Third Row: lean Hite, Dorthy Orwick, Antoinette Plotts, Robert Powell, Mary Sadler, Edna Bishop, Sarah Smith, Herbert Beach. Fourth Row: Marcia Pifer, Norma Launders, Claribel Henry, Iames Van Atta, Nelson Decker, Kenneth Launders, Bruce Conover, Norma Essinger, De 'Wayne Russell, Bob Wagner. Fifth Row: Marcia Rettig, Helen King, Marvin Reigle, Dick Iolliff, Bay Bauman, Marion Huber, Leora Grieser, Max Beach, Noel Steinman, Sarah Bibler. SEVENTH GRADE First Bow: Everett Helms, Imogene Rettig, Paul Henry Ream- snyder, Arthur Weher, Eloise Rodahaugh, Max Clevenger, Treva Smith, Betty McKinley, Charles Kimmel. Second Row: Harold Inniger, Kenneth Warren, Billy Conover, Ioyce Hinchey, Ruth Ann Bishop, Marilyn Bausch, Mary Alice Williams, Gene Crist, Audrey Musgrave. Third Row: Mr. Ross Greek, Teacher, Paul Beach, Marvin Houdeshell, Catherine Bihler, Ieanne Davis, Nolan Bamge, Viola Biegle, George Oman, Irene Smith, Marjorie Swank. Fourth Row: Dean Flick, Howard Beddick, Betty Arthur, Glenna Walter- mire, Eileen Steinman, Marna Riegle, Melba Wolfe, Paul Waxler, Iean Bame. Fifth Row: Clifford Beagel, Dallas Glick, Charles Rettig, Marcia Lanning, Eugene Businger, Lewis Gossard, Wayne Frantz, Mervin Alexander, Rozetta Price, lack Warner. Those not in picture: Anna Houdeshell, Evelyn Essinger, Ardith Merrith. 39.1. V. 1 a 1 4 1 l I 1 F 1 -- Q "' I I-. '?,":g-:.: if "' -S xv- ., -'-.. if -' 4 .' 3?'197 if , ,+ 'A N 'M -fl .5 Xxx 9 l SX ff"-"""""' "--., ! I "' "'M. f Vf ff -fi V' -5 N11 xg -x Qmwx NEf"X3'if f---X I, f' X -T.-xf, , y.,. I Mi :lf A -X 1 5 ' I l i ,ff i . " 1' if f it 1' f, 'E if j J! I! xx if X .. f .. f,,ff'! ff! XX f7'QQ1,,1,QQ'5-.M J J 1' If -X A'Q.f,Af,'ff5'- 'T' bxxus fl! 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The following gives the respective grades and their enrollment. Teacher Beatrice Fahl Lucille Solt Viola Schmehl Eva Farmer Martha Roberts Earl Gobrecht Grade First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Enrollment an bl 59 311, no 55 bis' ,fr SIXTH GRADE First Row: Ellen Bishop, Raymond Rieqle, Walter Rettiq, Dean Waltermire, Dorothy Brown, Eva Harvey, Marilyn Wycoff. Second How: Cleva Price, Genevieve Henry, Milton. Hindall, loan Grubb, Betty Myers, Ellen Freed, Forest Hart- man, Mr. Earl Gobrecht, Teacher. Third Row: Wayne Wolford, Richard Huber, Dorothy Iollifl, Nina Oldham, Eddie Fahl, Rolland Bibler, Raymond Crarnner, Mildred Essinqer. Fourth Row: Reed Alqe, Roqer Gossard, Betty Davis, Richard Bower, Betty lanes, Colene Woodmency, lack Swisher, Paul Gene Essinqer. Not in Dicture: Opal Rieqle. ,Fw FIFTH GRADE First Row: Ioe Byal, limmy Essinger, Vivian Crist, Evelyn Walterrnire, Mary Ellen Essinqer, Glenna Wolford, Betty Lou Kimmel, Ruby Benner, Eilene Houdeshell, Second Row: Keith Bibler, Robert Bibler, lack Blem, leanette Davis, Carol Lehr, Jacqueline Smith, Shirley Davis, Bobby Winter, Dorothy Fink, Miss Martha Roberts, Teacher. Third Row: Iohn Van Atta, Gene Hess, Dale Romick, Richard Kimmel, Herbert Rettiq, Iames Baird, Richard Corbin, Robert Coldren, Eddie Gossman. Fourth Row: Laurence Decker, lames Strader, Helen Van Sickle, loan Crosser, Wilma Reichley, Willard Rieqle, Colene Traucht, Eldon Businqer, loanna Warner, Bonnie Sue Rader. FOURTH GRADE First Row: Clarence Rieqle, Ruth Fink, lune Mercer, Victor Helms, Peqqy Metzqer, Erry Lonqworth. Second Row: Hope Elaine Swank, Clarence Mercer, Rose Mary Smith, Charles Opp, Billy Ellis, Rachel Essinqer, Barbara Crist, Miss Eva Farmer, Teacher. Third Row: Mary Lou Myers, Marjorie Rodabauah, Carl Bower, Eugene Gossard, Beatrice Leiber, Don Schmehl, Patty Ann Houdeshell. Fourth Row: Clarence Cronbauah, Earl McClelland, Gerald Bishop, Carl Gatchell, Donald Grieser, Margaret Rader, Ortho Businqer. Not in Picture: Grace Oldham, Bobby Rettiq. ' THIRD GRADE First Row: Ted Morrow, James Tewell, Bobby Rettiq, Wayne Bibler, Alice l-loudeshell, Dari Waltermire, Peqqy Ioan Schaaf, Claire Hartman, Dortha Rader. Second Row: lerry Blem, Frances Vanover, Phyllis Wolf, Arthur Line, Glenn Opp, Dorothy Rausch, Mary lo Smith, Marilyn Miller, Carmaletta Businaer. Third Row: Walter Calvin, Mary Edna Henry, Ralph Hartman, Robert Reichly, Gerald Essinqer, limmy Keatley, Louis Greiser, Marion Harvey, Louise Bame, Donna Gossard. Fourth Row: Donnie Smith, Charles Strader, Kieth Corbin, Patty Kam, lunior Nesler, Dean Decker, lack Twacldle, Wesley Ritchey, Gene Bishop, Nan Ellen Hite. Not in Picture: Kieth Alqe. K r n I E F i t t A .1 V... fn, l L. .M-., SECOND GRADE First Row: Twila Luneack, Charles Hinclall, limmy Essinqer, Gerald Rettig, Mildred Warner, Eldon Hassan, Iimmy Laf- ferty, Mildred Helms, Norma Houdeshell. Second Row: Iames Traucht, Billy Freed, Bonnie Mae Wagner, Donald Houqh, Richard Beach, lohn Wolford, Theodore Bower, Paul Pickens, lesse Houdeshell, Wayne Crist. Third Row: Elsworth Huber, Nancy Beach, Danny Romick, Delores Grubb, lo Ann Clinqer, Helen Von Stein, Betty Kliesch, lack Metzger, Marlene Smith, Mary Lou Wilkins, Miss Solt, Teacher. Fourth Row: lean Ann Martin, loan Hartman, Rex Beach, Lee Beach, Kenneth Hough, Ierry Staley, Ronald Wells, lohnny Walferrnire, Carolyn Grieser, lim Bob Rettiq. Not in Picture: Neil Huston, Evelyn Houdeshell, Bonnie Ritchey. FIRST GRADE First Row: Shirley Gillespie, Ruth Wilch, Raymond Fink, Kenneth Kimmel, Reddy Essinaer, Rema Fink, Eddie Rettiq. Second Row: Bernice Rodabauqh, Euaene Marquart, Sheila Fae Steinman, lrene Rettia, Gene Line, Don Vlfilkins, lohn Houser, Miss Fahl, Teacher. Third Row: Donald Welur, Mel- vin Harvey, Marilyn Bame, Gordon Hess, Marilyn Hunter, Billy Strader, Dana Kimmel, Paul Gossard. Fourth Row: Ruth Ellen Hindall, lim Myers, Virqinia Beach, Mary Louise Bower, Betty Beach, Bobby Relqle, Marilyn Karn, Blaine Losey, Norma Buess, Leroy Smith. Not in Picture: Don Dally, Billy Houdeshell, Colene Bibler, lune Cramer. WW It V H i W i Y YY 277.-A W MLA QM - ....., . ,. , -WMM - ,, .L --- EPCDU?US3bMW UWUU .- 'W x 2.24. A. X x . '!-.-'--.- -, - r.--vii:il:5:1H1i'ii3""'Yf:i- .. 1 1--65212415 "?2:f?1?:3., 1' -'fAi,s,- f:':. A:::-nw:-Alf..-. .1113 f ,ff A:-'1 .xf,5:.::.:. r.: -9 ':. ng,g.:,:A5:,:.-.::-':.l5 mfg. V :iw Lin - ' Sffiii Qil1v'Af'.3:?Af'f' A 'ga A T' 1:-A '"f'fe.'fAwfsaffsi'f.: : -f1ffAsA- +51 " Wi AA N :E -3 Q-X lp. bl I fa?-: ..,. E.. 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X L ' 3 jf ,,-I 1 1 4 1 Y 1 1 , 1 .,....,, -Q71? V- ..... A. H. S. AJ H. S. A. H. S. A. H. S. A. H. SL A. H. S. A. H. S. A. H. S. Al Sl A. H. S. TEAL mr.Blmmhmd Rawson Mt. Cory Arlington Van Buren he Comb Arcadia Liberty ' Vanlue FOOTBALL RECORD 8 bowling Green 65 Liberty ' 55 Arcadia 68' Nqrth baltimore lb Lt. Cory 59 he Coxm 15 van Buren 55 Vanlue 6 Rawson O mt Blanchard LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Tied 7 O 1 6 1 1 5 1 2 6 2 O 5 M. 1 5 5 0 2 6 O l 7 O O 7 1 6 O O O O O O O 15 15 Pct. 1000 .857 -833 .750 .b29 -575 .250 .125 .OOO .nn A Q gg l . D a 'Trauclwi Apuriiii VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row: Duane Traucht, Paul lean Schaai, Marl Clevenger, Loren Beach, Earl Anderson, Willie Ret.ig. Second Row: Coach Mr. Harold Castor, Leo Musgrave, Dale Hartman, Printy Arthur, Clifford Sacldler, Raymond Harpst, Paul Dean Beach, Raymond Hartman, Asst. Coach Mr. Don Vansant. Third Row: l-larolcl Hartman, Charles Miller, Brice Huber, Clair Bishop, Dean Musgrave, Armin Von Stein, Robert McKee. Fourth Row: Manager Dean Smith, Earl Vansant, lames Essinger, Robert Weidman, Richard Conover, Wilbur l-loudeshell, Raymond Carry, VValter Price, Manager Charles Lafferty. Not Present: Manaaer Kenneth Suier. 0i"f'tlC 11 Mf fDan Pad .. f 5 Willie I 1 , A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. H. H. A. H. A. H. A. H. TEAM Mt. Cory Rawson VKnuBuren Arlington h Mt. Blanc Liberty Mc Comb Arcadia Vanluo 56 51 19 28 27 Ml 27 57 26 52 no 25 20 EASKLTBQLL RSCQRD north Baltimore Liberty Arcadia Rawson Van Buren Dunkirk ix. Cory hc Comb Lt. Blanchard Van Buren Vanlue Rawson Li. Blanchard LEAGUE STANDING WON 8 6 5 A M 5 2 2 2 LQST o 2 5 M M 5 6 6 6 Tic gamvs PCT. 1000 .750 .625 .500 .500 .575 .250 .250 .250 VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Duane Trauchi, Paul lean Schaaf, Loren Beach, Wilbur Houdeshell, Willie Reiiiq. Second Row: Coach Mr. Harold Casior, Raymond Hartman, Printy Arthur, Clair Bishop, Harold Hartman, Lon Ghasier, Manager Dean Smith. Not in Picture: Manager Kenneth Suier. ii Y Trauclu 7 or-nie Link Willie 4 4 J Y ...Y , , ,,.......4.. .., ,,,, A,,,,,.,A,,,,,,,,L,Ang,m Mm AM-AA A I W- 5 3 . BASKETBALL RESERVE TEAM First Row: Charles Laffertv, Dale Hartman, Herbert Glick, Dean Musgrave, Charles Miller, Paul Dean Beach. Second Row: Asst. Coach Mr. Don Vansant, Walter Price, Clifford Saddler, Bob Pratt, lames Vlfoltord, Iames Line, Raymond Carry, Gerald I-loudeshell, Manager Dean Smith. COACH HAROLD CASTOR Mr. Harold Castor, "Doc," as he is popularly known, has been coach and athletic director at Arlington High School tor the past eight years. During this time he has achieved a note- worthy record. His football teams have been a threat each season. This is shown by the tact that no team he has coached has ever lost more than three games in a season. His basketball teams have provided enough competition to opponents to lceep Arlington well on the athletic map. Besides being coach he has charge ot all physical education activities. As athletic director he has created an interest in physical education to the extent that We have a well balanced intramural program. was TK.. F.F.A. TEAM ' i I l I Q-cr First Row: Earl Anderson, I-lohn Inneqer, William Metzger, Brice Huber, Armin Vonsiein, Mr. Warner, Coach. Second Row: Russel Weirauch, Robert McClelland, Wayne Hossalros, Raymond Reynolds, Raymond Harpst, Iames Essinqer, Earl Vansant. IR. HIGH TEAM First Row: Marvin Reiqle, Dick lolliff, Ray Bauman, Wayne Franiz, Herbert Beach, Gerald Gobrecht, Second Row: Don Vansant, Coach, Charles Kimmel, Bobbie Walters, Billy Conover, De Wayne Russell, Paul Beach, Mr. F. S, Warner, Supl. Third Row: Bob Wagner, Bruce Conover, Marion Huber, lack Warner, Marvin Houdeshell. t, ,!'Z'21 45- if f N I is faifg QN7 if A R9 Fern ffgkrf "ei, iv 5 53 42 if ,A7 5. ,pr ,Ar Q, az if ix? PQ. 45? ii TSX QQ Z? 5' -gist, A Yin YQ sk ,,,. 'xl gr? 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Since last year these new instruments have been addcdn Bassoon, two french horns, piccolo, sousaphone, baritone saxephone, oboe, cymbals, and flute. A The band had the Following engagements during the pest summer: Van Wert, Lima, Dclphos, Findlay Phir, lucas County Phir, Clover Farm Picnic held at Findlay, Lutheran Chiron Ebstival, Methodist Church Fbstival, Swanton, Odd Fellows Celebration held 13 Arlington, Mt, Blanchard Festival, and Jenern Pbotival. The band won several trophies and cash prizeg for playing and marching at these places. are as follows: 'President, Dick Bmneg The officers of the band Vice President, Bill Wilchg Secretory-Treasure, Betty Hiteg Publicity Manager, Arlene Remeloy and Meri Clovongcrs CHORUS The mixed chorus has made considerable progress over last year. The groupqyntered in district competition for Choruses at Bowling Green and received creditable marks. A boys' and a girls' chorus also were given good ratingse district ensembles and solos at' Rtnbone, Printy Arthur, Cornet, Bill Wilch:'Sousaphone, Dick Bdmog Alto Sexaphone, Madge Newmang Cello, Ruth Newmang Violin, Madge'Nowmang Alto, Mary Grubb, Lyric Soprano, Betty Grubb, Meeso Soprano, Vivian lfrohng Baritone, Printy Arthur. We entered in the competition for Ada. The following competed in solos: Fbr ensembles the following: Mixed ensemble composed of Arlene Remeley, Betty Hite, Marcia Bailey, Jean Corbin, Carl Roddick, Marl Clevengor, Raymond Corey, Kenneth Sutcrg Girls' ensemble members are Arlene Romaley, Betty Grubb, Joan Grubb, Helen Bishop, Joan Corbin, Rose Marie Davis, Vern Rossnan, Martha Adlorg Boys' ensemble is made up of Dana McMillen, Bill Wileh, Dick Banc, Kenneth Sutor, Marl Clevongc Carl Roddick, Joe Ven Scoit, Raymond Noslor. Those eligible for state competition.wemathe boys' ensemble, Printy Arthur, Betty Grubb, Mary Grubb, the Girls' ensemble. This state music contest 'was held on May 2. From the State contest two groups, the boys' ensemble and the girls' ensemble, and one soloist, Betty Grubb, went on to enter the National contest held at Flint, Michigan on May 16. Mlm, ,WA ..n--,.., M.. -....,. , .A....-,....1.rU- A -an --- V --1--'gr-J--'--'--1ihfiAsahdwL------Af- --- -'innhu---X-'A' I' ET A 5 if F L 1 P. I f 1 B I F E I s 1 I Q i i r w I E n i V V P i w L4 'uqomyq 'so1gDsoH QUADNX 'Aemg puounimg 'asgld 191IQM 'euq seumf NIH NWIIM euapy 'V' fl-lulld 'mqu VXI 110 fnuemalg '19 puouzfiog uA-yd Jopunf 'spfo uQA UDQMA 'Urals 5 I 5 r -4 KD Q I3 O O -. ET P Z Q -1 Q. Q :U fl to m 'ii :r m '1 2 55 -4 9- U ru Q K4 :J an iU Q ffl UT co E a D1 O S 5 F F' r Q :r Q E. cn P, C3 If Q 'fi cn rf '11 5 :r 5 o 5 3 LA H N4 CD -1 C rr cr 'III KD H I7 FD -1 N4 Q 5. F Us 9 -2' EF F5 'IJ O cn ua E Q F CU P-1 E O CD O O Q O 4 CD rf -. Q E ID Vi m M 2 :s Q ID :1 Z Q N4 :1 Q P, Q. 'U Q 2 YD 2? U r Q -1 Q. 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Fourth Row: Robert Gallant, Walter Price, Iames Line, Iohn Inneqar, Raymond Carey, Richard Bame, Dana McMillen, Ioe Kniqht, Russell Weirauch. Fifth Row: Carl Smith, Printy Arthur, Marl Clevenqer, Maynard Powell, Bill Wilch, Herbert Glick, Carl Reddick, Raymond Nesler, Lon Oliver Ghaster, Ioe Van Scoit. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Vera Rossman, Rose Marie Davis, Martha Adler, Mr. Dwight Sommer, Director, Bonnie lean Corbin, Arlene Remaley, lean Grubb. Those not Present: Betty Grubb, Helen Bishop. '52 pwplQg?u-ws-N-a-f--gjngvwwme .W-.f pq,-W N--t-- W-W--f.W-,..-w.... .. .W ,--,,,-s..,,,.v,- ,... T,A,,,,l.,. ...vw , . W., T, ,r..,, ..,, l l l l Q l r E 9 . I 5 I r S P I1 F i . , a i r l Y E E. i V ft tl. lb if i r t v r. 1 L nw-v..,3 . .. ,,, K Ex I BOYS' ENSEIVIBLE Kenneth Suter, Ioe Von Scoit, Raymond Nesler, Mr. Dwight Sommer, Director, Dona McMillen, Richard Bdme, loe Knight. Those not present: Morl Clevenqer, Cori Redclick. 17'-fefis' Hg, if 'FH Gi Q, tw Mads an BOYS' GLEE CLUB First Row: Russell Weirouch, DeWoyne Russell, Poul Pepple, Georld Gobrecht, Reinhold Wilch. Second Row: Mr, Dwiqht Sommer, director, Wolter Price, Ioe Knight, lomes Line, Roy- mond Ccrrey, lohn lnneqer, Robert Gcrllcmt. Third Row: Dono McMillen, Carl Smith, Printy Aruther, Lon Ghoster, loe von Scoit, Richord Bome. Fourth Row: Morl Clevenqer, Herbert Glick, Maynard Powell, Billy Wilch, Carl Reddick, Raymond Nesler. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row: Ieanette Lehr, Ianice Lehr, Ruth Bishop, Esther Romick, Iuanita Steinman, Violet Essinqer, Eloise Knight, Wanda Conine. Second Row: Mr. Dwight Sommer, Director, Mary Lou Fox, Vera Rossman, Vivian Marohn, Esther Rettiq, Luella Smith, Mary Adler, Bernice I-lasson, Annabelle Mitchell, Dorothy Tewell. Third Row: Esther Wolford, Paul- ine Rodabauqh, Marcia Bailey, Betty Hite, Ruby Essinqer, Martha Adler, ,lean Grubb, Reina Long. Fourth Row: Reva Bailey, Ruth Ellen Russel, Madonna Wilch, Ruth Mary Sink, Helen Bishop, Rose Ellen Rinehart, Mary Grubb, Rose Marie Davis. Fifth Row: Bonnie Wertenberqer, Chloe Benner, Pat- ricia Rarnge, Ruth Newman, Betty Grubb, Madge Newman, Caroline Green, Arlene Remaley, Bonnie lean Corbin. Informal shots of our music department. ,W Wt" egg 404' if' If A are H , W .,,,,,,,, 1q3J!s' 2 gal 1 4' - .5 Q . 4 .. 1' Tfif sri? M' 1, ""'3n' " f-ff. -' ' ,. : P." iv - 1.5. , .. ,,-, W ' h V .h,i1,,- - j A ' , t, ,, it S 115+ D 5 1 3 x ' , A if hi . ak r , , I . -- , . I , V l.MM,. Q.. w ww, N ' , at :M , i f - I ttf vit. K fit.-no . , r v-'xt '-: .W K We N.-1 Y ..,,,,..,,,, -tw N W Y. A 1 4 1 1 I 1 4 Q 1 1 14 i QF? GA NlZ AT DNS i df l ! . Mfr ix Z V 0' I ? H If Ns IA If 'Til X? ,, 9 Q 4 K -' "qv 'L"""""""'L'TN- fx M Z ' Q fr : , AL, ff' 2 5 J , A f I is D lf ffl N-If . li "I iff' ' I ,' I s , 5 1,1 fl, 3 1 ff l I X2 5 Af' 3 'N ff Kg :Il g 4 f xxj XX il U 1 f ' f xx f ff! if Kxxffff? I, ff 'I E5 COQ X 2 ff 'X i 1 f ,rj f F 1 I VN Ji- '! 140514, iff, FLG- fl I M-K ,f 2 X '! Q-x fl xx ff I lffjwef ' jffjbwljxdiil-R,QX,1ff'! fLf X If 1 4f'! ff!! - ..,-.,-.,.. .. ., 1 J. 1 . s I E i i w 5 'B' z 'f ,mug FRENCH CLUB X First Row: Vera Rossrnan, Betty I-lite, Wilbur I-look, Magda- lene Gossrnan, Marcia Bailey, Muriel Essinqer. Second How Miss Barbara Moore, Teacher, Richard Borne, Mable Price, David Witch, Betty Grubb, Loren Beach. ANNUAL STAFF First Row: Buth Newman, Don Steinman, Ioe Knight, Loren Beach, Paul lean Schtxat, Bichard Barrie, Thelma Van Atta. Second Row: Miss Barbara Moore, Ruth Bishop, I. T. Malone, Marcia Bailey, Wayne Connie, Dorothy Tewell, Vera Ross rnan, Mary Lou Fox, Miss Enid Chancellor. Third Row: Dana McMillen, Betty Hite, l.eo Musgrave, James Line, Carl Smith, Williarn Metzger, Magdalene Gossrnan, Lola Vansant. Fourth Row: Arlene Berualey, Kenneth Suter, Printy Arthur, Richard Conover, Betty Grubb, Mable Price, Charles Lafterty, Golda Oman. l lf uv sr as gif it wsgfgg F. F. A. First Row: Paul People, Robert McClelland, Mr. H. H. Warner, Teacher, William Metzqer, Wayne Hosafros, Russell Weirauch, Reinhold Wilch. Second Row: Russell Essinqer, Robert Reddiclc, Donald Vlvfilch, Iohn lnniqer, Robert Gallant, Iunior Beach. Third Row: lames Essinqer, Raymond Hartman, Fred Benner, Duane Traucht, Paul Traucht, Willard Rettiq, Earl Vansant.. Fourth Row: lunior VonStein, Earl Anderson, Dale Hartman, Armin VonStein, Iunior Vanatta, Robert Weidman, Dean Nesler, Raymond Harps. Filth Row: Clair Bishop, Harold Hartman, Bryce Huber, Maynard Powell, Harley Hartman, Carl Reddick, Raymond Nesler, Raymond Reynolds. ARLZEEBTEEEQ !fI?'i7i?aP't'XE3 F. H. A. First Row: Muriel Essinger, Ruth Newman, Rose Ellen Rine- hart, Esther Wolford, Mary Adler, Violet Essinqer, Sarah I. Roller. Second Row: Miss Helen Mettler, teacher, Esther Rettiq, Rema Long, Bea Esther Ellis, Betty Hite, Marcia Bailey, Bernice Hassan, Annabelle Mitchell, Norma Gatchell. Third Row: Miss Sally Crane, Student Teacher, Rose Marie Davis, Magdalene Gossman, Pauline Rodabauqh, Inez Wal- termire, Ruth Ellen Russell, Ruby Essinqer, Lola Vansant, Martha Benson. Fourth Row: Reva Bailey, Mary Grubb, Helen Bishop, Bonnie Wertenberqer, Golda Oman, Thelma Van Atta, Ruth Mary Sink, Lois Waltermire, Martha Adler. - ...f 4. t 3? VARSITY "A" CLUB First Row: Willard Rettiq, Paul lean Schaat, Paul Beach, Raymond Hartman, Leo Musgrave, Second Row: Harold Castor, coach, Dean Smith, Duane Traucht, Robert Weid- man, Dale Hartman, Charles Laiterty, Don Van Sant, Asst. coach. Third Row: Printy Arthur, Earl Anderson, Raymond Harpst, Wilbur I-loucleshe-ll, Robert McKee, Loren Beach. Fourth Row: Dean Musgrave, Charles Miller, Brice Huber, Clair Bishop, Marl Clevenqer, Harold Hartman. ,igfiz rw, 1 LATIN CLUB First Row: Betty Lafterty, Luella Smith, Ianice Lehr, Iuanita Steinman, Jeanette Lehr. Second Row: Miss Barbara Moore, Teacher, Gerald Houdeshell, Bernice Hassan, Walter Price, lean Eddie, Florence Draper. Third Row: Elsie Wilkins, Bay- mond Carey, Patricia Bamae, loe Van Sciot, Madonna Witch. Fourth Row: Richard Decker, Bill Wilch, Richard Conover, Herbert Glick, Caroline Green. .iq , - ,Q r BUS DRIVERS First Row: Howard Glick, Richard Davis, Rufus Wilson, Ed Wilch, Second Row: Merritt Foltz, Marvin Davis, Donald Sink, Ammi Arras. CAMPFIRE GIRLS First Row: Betty Kimmel, Ieaneiie Davis. Ioanna Warner, Bonnie- Sue Rader, Cleva Price, Marilyn Wycoif. Second Row: loyce Hinchey, Eileen Steinman, Bernice I-lassen, Mar- cia Bailey, Melba Wolfe, Coleen Woodmency, Marie Dally, Guardian. Third Row: Betty Iones, Ianice Lehr, Bea Esther Ellis, Mama Rieqle, Antoinette Ploiis, leaneiie Lehr, Fourth Row: Iuaniia Steinman, Beity Arthur, Dorothy l. Orwiclc, Patricia Rarnqe, Reva Bailey, lean Corbin, lean Eddie. U2 AX M fix U U S+- , . .. J-eww., ...Mba V' A ' , L..-WJ, 3 luwffvf-K' - ......, fvl- .. C f ' K f A gg ia W' Lf.-Ll"!'1 g!'gt.:':"f ..,.-, W W' .. J W 3 rlqkfrig .'-..' 5- W '. 2 ,V , A ..-" Q.. ' - ,f JW ff' A , .....f x ..'4': -XP A JJ:-t A 'N . Q. 4, I. f ' ,lf -4 Q 'E if . .1 vf V w' - ip .513 -, ff. jx U 25. 15.1- - ,. 'H '::, I V.:.: 1 I' -:,, U, I 'Cys I " V- . Azx' '-!' J ,IZ A JT! . " ,,, f" ' -'fQ - Xliff- lc' 1 ' Qwgff J UL. J! .aux , .MD " H A f " ' ' gifi'Lj!. I ', . . J 1' Y-' -.-.. - - ' ' . by f , 'Y jxjypt X Qi 1 1 -.-' 371 -' X x . 11 1, . X -, mf: 1 1 1 11' '. z -, 71,111 ' - X Xxx. if 'ii 2. '11 '-. ' 4121, 5551, 'f Kp ' V2 ' au. V., -. '-, ' -1. az, ' N X. 4' - Ea. ' '-axe 'R 'G -' . '- 2 "Rx 1-.. fl. -, ab vt- 1--LA. ' 'xx A t Six' ,X . .fm - ' " if " 1 af' ' :? '11, Wifi, NX 2' '. 4. Xam..-, -an --.X .1 my -1-N 1 5 , 'x . . X. 1 an . G , -. , -4. ,-, zaavw-. '- .T j'-Q ' 5 V 'xx .41 -1 ,Qt Wx .M l i 1 3 I 4 W SENIOR PLAYS THE ANTICS OF ANDREA Petunia-Andrewls darky cock-Norma Gatchell, Andrew Browne-A sen- ior in Cameron College-Paul Jean Schaaf,Jaoqucs-His French butler and valet-Dana McMillen, Willie Whldn-his pal-Richard Bame, Althea Thorn- Miss Prunellas niece-Marcia Bailcy,Julic Boynton-Harold's sweetheart- Mary Lou Fox, Betty Boyntenihilliels sweetheart-Vera Rossman, Dean Socrates Boynton-Dean of Cameron College-Kenneth Suter, Isaac Zimmer- man-Andrew's millionaire uncle from New Zealand-Joe Knight,Miss Prun- ella Thorne-A maiden lady in love with the Dean-Ruth Newman,O'Flarity- A detective from head-quarters-Duane Trancht, RoyleeHis shadow-Don Steinman, Reverend Doolittle-A man of mystery-Otis Musgrave. Synopsis Andrew Browne, a giddy college youth persuades a in Australia to make him an allowance for the support millionaire uncle of a purely im- aginary wife and a fictitious mother-in-law. Things happen when 'thc unknowen uncle suddenly pays the nephew an unexpected visit. Andrew persuades his pals, Willie and Harold, to masquerade as his wife and mother-in-law and introduces them at his birthday dinner. The boys cause the ame and breaks of several romances. The two rollicking col- lege girls, an excitable little French butler and embattled darky cook added much to the general hilarity. ONE MAD NIGHT Don Cutter-A young playwright-Joe Knight, Wing-His Chinese valet- Earl Anderson, Priscilla-Who knits-Marcia Bailey, Lady Macbeth-A vic- tim of Shakespeare-Esther Wolford, Handley, Mr. Hyde-a ferocious villain-Richard Nesler, John Alden-who hunts Indians-Dewey Dr. Bunn-who is in chargedwayne Conine, Lucille.Marcy-a damsel in distress-Thelma Van Atta, Mrs. Kluck-the housekeeper-Betty Grubb, G rtrade ?iLch - Don's fiancee-Violet Essinger Mrs. T. Aehington Oman, Depression-their colored maid-Norma lawyer-Marl Clevenger, Danny Silettodwantcd Synopsis Don Cutter, a playwright, accompanied by Wing, Chinese valet, goes to the deserted Cutter mansion to in peace and quiet. Upon arriving he finds the house A1den,n nPriscilla,n WMr. Hyden and nLady Macbeth.n under the care of Doctor Bunn, are quite harmless but Finch-her moths r-Golda Gatchell, Artemus Burke-a for murder-Kenneth Suter. a proverb-quoting complete his play tenanted by nJohn These lunatics, keep Don in dis- comfort and the audienoy has a riotous time at his discomfort. Don is ready to rescue Lucille, Ha same inmato,W when his fiancee and her mother put in their appearance with Depression, their maid. From here anything can happen, Don rescues Lucille after a series of thrilling funny escapes. ,Y ,........,,. V., .naw ...L...,i..-, . ..i, than W. ....,..4..-'.,,..,--,1.l. ,. . . ,..,l .'...,.. . ..s.r..,,,. ' JUHIOR'CLASS PLAY I E .The play nThe Dutch Detcctiveu was presented ,by the Junior class 5 on Friday and Saturday, November 8 and 9. It was received well by the 5 audiences of both evenings. The two most comical characters of the y play were Hortensey Smatters played by Muriel Essinger and Plunk 1 Jarleck played by Printy Arthur. The rest of the cast was as follows: 1 X i Ariminty Sourdrops. . . . . . Mable Price 2 Ambrosia McCarty. . . . .Betty Hite F Jabo Grubb . . . . ..s .James Line Katrina Krout . . . . .Arlenehemwley Q Otto Schmultz . . . . . . Wilbur Houdeshell Q Gladys Howler-Coo . . .... Lola Vansant E A gustus Coo ...... . . Armin von Stien i Major Hannibal Howler . . . . . .Carl Reddick r The very Dutch girl was very jealous of Otto Schmultz. r T Plunk Jarleck. and Hortensey Smatters, two escaped lunatics had everyone scared to death. They made the rest of the cast do an Indian war dance. Plunk led while Hortensey followed with a threatening knife. L T Otto came for Plunk and Hortensey to take them back to the asylum. He caught Augustus by mistake and everyonop thought he had been lost. Jabo Grabb was going to arrest the girl of his childhood when Otto chased Jabo off the stage and through the audience. The climax came when everyone started to Niagara Falls for their honeympons. SPOOKY TAVERN -A three act m stery farce nSpooky Tavernn was presented in the local auditorium under the auspices of the F. F. A. Those in the play were as follows: ' I L E ' Lon Hacker. . . .Raymond Harpst Ghost Woman . . . . Jean Corbin Lucy Hacker . . . .Juanita Steinman Joyce Wingate . . . . Ruth Ellen Russel I Florable Wingate. . . . . Miriam Rettig g Bedilia . . . . - - - -Luella Smith 7 Ralph Channing? - - -Carl Reddick ' Terry Tanner. - - - :Raymond Nesler g Willie Wargle . . . Armin von Stien f Farone .... . . .Paul Traucht ' Blackie Simms . . . . . . . Earl Anderson I E The action took place in Old Mill Tavern which was suppose to be P haunted. Joyce Wingate and her sister Florable planned to buy this as a source of making money to finance their way through college. Willie Wargle was a great Detective story fiend, always reading stories. His Uncle planned to break him of the habit by playing a joke on him, it turned out that the joke was on his Uncle . I Wayne Conirx David Wilch, 4 i DEBATE TEAM e, Raymond Carey, Mr. Ross Greek, Teacher, Loren Beach. Ag. Play rv, Ag. Play FW fro I M981 i I Sr. Play CALENDAR September 5- School started. A good beginning-e good ending Qwe hopej, ll-First chapel. Demonstration of New instruments by Mr. Sommer. 15- fFridayj. Who says thatis unlucky? We took Bowling Green 5.3, There 17- The Girls' Booster Club and the Boyfs Hi-Y were organized. 20- Football game at Liberty. The score was 62-O in our favor. 25- Chapel in charge of Sophmores. 26- Photographers ini2rVi0W6d by Seniors. Livingston from Toledo was chosen to take the Senior Picture. 27-Another victoryi Arcadia-O3 A.H.S.-55. There EQ-Juniors order rings from Herff Jones Co. W OCtober 2- Mr. Fish, the bell ringer, entertained at Chapel. 5- Faculty had steak roast at Pricc's Grove, br-Football game at North Baltimore. N. Baltimore-O3 A.H .S. -68 5- High School Day at Ohio State. Purdue ES. Ohio State. lO-Mt. Cory-Og Arlington-lh lOkll- P.T.A. Fair Mb- Freshman Chapel, 18- McComb-O3 A.H.S.-59 25- Football game at Van Buren. Score-li-O in our favor. 28- Toledo. we were glad to report that no cameras were broken beyond repair. 50- Rev. Arthur had charge of Chapel. il-Football gums at Vanlue. A.H.S. wins 55-O. November l- No school. Teachers! meeting at Toledo, 2- High School Day at Ohio State. Indians vs. Ohio State. 6- Eighth grade Chapel. November fContinuedj 8- Our first setback. Rawson-ing A.H.S.-6. 8a9- Junior play. HThe Dutch Detective.n Good work! ll- Armistice Day. Taps blown at ll A.M. 15- lhf we lost to nt. Blanchard-15-O. inns 15- Junior come. Hunting Season Opened. Larcher Duo gave Chapel program. wait till Next yearl. All Girlsl Day fat least in the afternoon. 20- Thanksgiving Chapel by Seniors. 2Lk22- Thanksgiving Vacation. December 6- First,basketball game at Liberty. Liberty 565 A.H.Ss-51 15-'CFridayD Lucky Again. Arcadia lj-A.H.S.-19 19- P.T.A. Christmas Program. 20 21 25 - Schoo1's Christmas Program. - Basketball game here. Rawson-265 Arlington-284 to 27 Christmas Vafwaticn. A 1 January 1- New Year's Day Vacation. 5- We played Van Buren at Findlay College. Won 27-25 7- Dunkirk-285 A.H.S.-bl. Home game. 8- Chapel given by debate team. ll- Quia test at Findlay College. 15- Mrs. Slater spoke at P.T.A. meeting. 15- Chapel by Sophomores. 16 a LY- Nc school due to influenza. 27- Dr. Bingham spoke to Seniors and also had charge of chapel. 28- Junior ice skating party. 29 51 - Senior ice skating party. - Vanlue game here. LO- 26 our favor , ,,,, ,,,, , H.,,. ,, A, ,,...1-M., .... ,.,.. ,..,i..N.r.i... February be McComb game there. 56-17 Won 7- Rawson game there. E2-56. Th favor 10- P.T.A. Meeting in charge of County Lgtnt. ll- Van Buren here. 20-51. TLero favor. 12- Rev. Rissmiller in charge of Chapel. mt. Blanchard game. 19-15. Our favor 19- Senior Chapel. 2O,22,k27- County Tournament. March 1- County Tournament. 7- F.F.A. Play. nSpcoky Tavern.n 8- Debate Teen went to Ada. 10- One Act Play Contest At Bluffton. 17- Music Elimination Contest at School House. 19- F.H .A. Banquet. 21- Mixed Chorus, Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs went to Bowling Green tm District Contest. 26- Movie given by Dr. Smith and Dr. Whistler on Tuberculosis. 28- F.F.A. Banquet. 29- Senior Scholastic Test and Agriculture Test at Findlay High School. April May 2- Movie. nThis Amazing American. 2'tStatG finals for Solos and ensembles at Columbus D- Senior Play. nThe Antics of Andrew.n 5' District SCh0laT5h1P contest at Bowling Green D- Solo and Ensemble Contest at Adu. u 9- Senior Play HOne Mad Nightn 5- Scholarship Test at Liberty. 10- Jr. Sr. Banquet at Country Club ll- No school. 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A. 14. will 2,333 23551 iii? E M-.M 3 i ii fi 5 4 5 ii 3 5 2 ,K-sd, . El s: ffv OFFICE A . ?"?g P. T. A. OFFICERS A Firsi Row: Dr. W. F. Lehr, first vice-presideni, Edgar Wilson, president. Second Row: Lucille Solt, treasurer, Barbara Moore, program chuirmcm. Not in picture: Ina Hartman, secretc1ry'Velmc1 Alexander, second vice-president. TYPING ROOM FARM SHOP SCIENCE LABORATORY if W I 5 5 Hug-1 11 FOODS LABORATORY E. E. Ray County Supt. of Schools, Hancock County Ohio Northern U.--B.S. in Ed. Ohio State U.-MA. Residence Work on Ph.D. Dr. S. F. Whisler Commissioner oi Health Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio Ohio State Medical College Chicago College ot Medicine and Surgery, Graduated 1915 Internship at St. Iohn's Hospital Springfield, lll., 1916 Hancock County Health Commissioner since 1920 Mrs. Humberstone County Health Nurse Toledo Hospital Training School for Nurses Columbia U. 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Stager Arlington Alum ni Class of Street Address List 1905 Cleveland Anderson, Ind Bellfountaine Arlington Occupation Railroad worker Club Cigar Store Doctor Real Estate Agent R. R. Class 565 Aldon, Ave. N. Host St. Class Lol Filson St. 1212 S. Main St. 1910 S. Blanchard St Main Phone 157 Class R. R. Class 729 W. Wildwood R. R. R. R. 1620 W, Hain Cross Lake Street 525 Short Street 1018 Liberty st. R. R. Arlington of 1996 Columbus Findlay Louisvi1le,Ky. Mo C Omb of 1907 Findlay Findlay Findlay Arlington of lfC3 Arlington Kenton iit. Blanchard Newark Bowersville Columbus Chicsgo, Ill. of 1909 Ft. V51y1lO Findlay Arlington Findlay Bindlay Akron Bucyruss Arlington Deceased Findlay Dunkirk Mrs. Ernest Powell Deceased ' Mrs. M. I. Powell Mrs. Burley Woodruff Mrs. Zeller Salesman Banker Mrs. Pearl Williams Mrs. Dr. Olin Price Mrs. Wade Van Atta Business man Mrs. Lester Fink Mrs. Roy Dall Mrs. John Daniels Mrs. Roy McClelland Deceased Minister Mrs. Louis Bacon Mrs. Andy Myers Mrs. W. N. Smith Supt of Hancock Home Mrs. Elmer Patterson Mrs. Robt. Wilson Mrs. Ed. Heber gifs a E. FL Beach Kirk Rho l as al e Farmer r V I n l,. F F P K h L s 1 r Arlington Alumni List Class of 1911 Name Street Cloyce B. Lanning Edith Alspaugh Pauline Wilch 950 E. Sandusky In Be Clinton Schlaak City Carey Findlay Warsaw, Poland Class of l9l2 Denver C. Bowman Thurman Reigle Gertrude Benner Deeeased Paul Pugh Unknown Alva Russel Floyd Corbin Cora Schlaak Class of l Cora Reigle Leah Wagner Eva Farmer Golda Sampson Wilber Smith Willard Baker Rolland Fellers Bernice Hauman Carl Romick Roy Bailey Myron'Gobrecht Darl Bishop Gresham Trovinger Jay Vail Bess Smith Georgia Groman Carrie Russell Hazel Russell Gail Foltz Inez Tombaugh Guy Anderson Harvey Hartman Austin Dorney Reuben Pugh nk leon Si Deceased Re R0 ' R. R. M528 Par 1' alcee ot Ave . lOOh S. Blanchard 15h Laqueneo Ave. Cleveland Findlay Ukiah, Cal. Alu' on Arlington Arlington ITT 2 HJ- I 1 .1 Columbus ncConnellsville Arlington Arlingt-on Arlington Madison, His. Toledo nt. Blanchard Arlington 711.1 - 'Q ,, rlndlay Findlay Greenville, Pa. Class of l9lL M528 Parrakcet Toledo Deceased 1058 E. 125 St. WL Charles St. Deceased 95O.Summit St. .MM L ......4A....-.:... , ,,... Arlington Cleveland Bucyrus Bluffton Hola Bluffton Cleveland Arlington Findlay Occupation Mgr. of Motor Sales Mrs. Le Ray Rogers Ford Motor Co. Real Estate Agent Mrs. Brea Houdeshell Prosecuting Atty. Mrs. J. W. H. Beach Mrs. Cora Thomas Mrs. Dr. Allen Tombaugh Teacher Hrs. L. Price F arme r Salesman Photographer Mrs. Jay Vail Nat. Cash Reg. Co. Storekeeper Railroad Operator First Natl. Bank Mrs. John Amons Hrs. Rm. Calvin NDS. J.J. Donner Hrs. Chas. Patterson Mrs. Ralph Reth . Farmer State Highway Dept. Operator of Poolroom , ,.-.,... W... WY n..v, v.--V ,v ..,, -Y -1--Y Arlington Alumni List Class of Name Street Ray D. Schaaf Grace Hosafros R. R. Alan Gobrecht 2l5 S. Alexandria Ave. Mable Hartman Cleo Steinman 2297 Neil Ave. Class of Hobart Struble Gln Sylvania Lve. Mabel Kebler Imo+ Steinman Helen Baughman 50522 13.0. ,. Margery Woodward Mable Thomas Grace Kroske Fairy Hartman Ina Hartman Lydia Crates Edna Crates Wayne Garlinger Stephen Alge Grace Romick Gwendolynn Kroske Edna Marquart Ivan Hindall Ralph Rodabaugh Oscar Holmes Inez Hindall Vera Wagner Forest Tyrrell 863 Suzsriit St. Decerscf sox 22, R.R.wb R.R.1,fL, 912 Thomas St. Oak Park fl Rll?.l'll'L - ,-.1 20 E. ll Ave. R.R. Deceased Most Broad Street Coza Rite Fort Meigs Lctcl Cora Pugh Elmer Rcttig 55.9115 liixxzbrprlz Avo. Lulla Castor Lola Castor rains Essingcr ... a. .1 .H o -1 R s cial N . 1915 City Mansfield Dunkirk nos Angeles Columbus Jenera l9l6 Toledo Elyria Beltmore,N.C. Jenera Findlay Glendale,Cal. E-'indl aff Findlay Tanlue Carey lllinois Arlington l9l7 Columbus flrli rgt on nlissfield,Lich bindlay l9l3 florida Qilliamstown Coltnbus Toledo Fore st '13 ' fm . ci.ic...f,o Findlay .Arlington Arlington V' Class if 1919 Gladys il2Iro'sMe, ' l28Ol'.N. Road S.llll. Jesse Bailey '- ' ' Qlhfashington fit. Sherman- IAlge, ' Jesse Thomasf . , -1 . -1 Cecil Woodward' J 'Monroe St. John Crates 'J V .J hoc Oakland Ave. Ruth ssit' Walter McClelland 2650 Queenston Rd. Stanley Pugh Dale Stager S. Parton St. Cleveland Van VI ert Arlington Blanchard Findl ay bi nd l ay Arlington Cleveland Hts. C omnzo rc e T ora s '1 Occupation Mrs . Lela nd Srvanger Auditor Mobile Gas Mrs. Fred Ray Mrs. Ivan Winkler Salesman Mrs. Myncherburg Nurse , Mrs. Jason Thomas Mrs ,, Ronnie Martz l lns.HhmMl Mrs. Davis Mrs. Clarie Houser Mrs. Lee Miller Hrs. John L. Brown Western Electric Farmer Mrs, Lloyd Phipps 11 Hrs. O.LuUells .nrsr George Mapstone Baptist Minister Banker Mrs. Dale Steinman Train dispatcher Book T Bank .fJiI'S o keeper Briggs er ' Hrs. Wm. Bookwalter Mrs. nm. Hook Mrs. Don Decker Mrs. Harlow Rettig Banker Banker Mrs. Rodabaugh Ohio Oil Co. Mrs. Bailey Santa Anna, Cal.Mrs. Chas. Line b Name Viletta Horton Guyala Kroske Cleo Orwick Edson Hosaffob Carl Gobrecht Millie Beech Florence Sehla-.ak Marie Boyle Beatrice Fhhl Robert Solt Ada Beach Helen Tombaugh Eulo. Meyer Fhi ry King Wilma Van Atta Everett Doty Lester Seheaf Stanley Beach Dallas Baltormire Guy Kimmel Virgil Snyder E11 sworth Snyder Kntherine Solt Evelyn Vail Maxine Coldren Aveda Treece Dorothy Bame Ery Schleek Cleo Rettig Robert Lease Clay McClelland Max Long Arlington Alumni List Street Class of 151 West Tiffin St. L55 Boulevard Gardens R. R. .541 Lima Ave. R. R-119-i Ro Rog5 Class of Class of 72 Union National Bank Ro Re Class of 701 S. Blanchard 211 Morrison St. 152 George St . R, H, 307 Second St. M175 Main Marvin Tiittcnberger 12514 Cook St Harvey Traucht Rufus Neff Harold Castor hbO Lima Avo. 1920 City D1 :nlii rk or-fi -nw Fostoria Salt Lake City Cincinnati Bluffton 1921 Arlington Arlington Buoyrus l9?2 Findlay Lrlington Findlay Henroe, Mich. Findlay Gygnet lrlington Hiddlepoint Fostoria Arlington l925 Pi ndl ay Fremont Arlington Lima Middlepoint Findlay Findlay Arlington Wharton Findlay Montpelier Dun kirls: Lakewood Findlay E: . Elayne Arlington Occupation Mrs. Willis Harmon Mrs, Chas. Stroupo Mrs. hqy Burson Ohio Oil Co. Stenogrepher Mrs. Beme Teacher Physician Mrs. Art Hostottler Mrs. Geo, Hartman Ifirs 9 Twin . Ztius gg rave Hrs. Homer Orwick Hsilroader Suptl of Schooli Doctor B?-.rmo 1' Banker Teacher Mrs boedmency Mrs hm. Hahn Mrs Stanley Beach Mrs Howard Hahn hrs Emerson Hibler Mrs Russil Cole Mrs Homer Lutz Neff Lumber Co. Gas Co. History Instructor Clerk at Jackson P ,.., s. Ed. Instructor Phe. Ed. Instructor 'I D Mmme Margarito Carey Velma Steinman Zelma Steinman Eulala Tombaugh Gladys Long Rea Kimmil Aron Biblcr Robert Coldren Darrell Moyer Ralph Lease Arlington Alumni List Class of l92n Street 25b.W. North St. City nri1n5ton li -.-1 - . Ii O S O O Slflf, Conover ilrl i ngt on Arlington .Arlington R. 1556 Penn. Aves 65h.T. Yarren ' A-'VO 0 Ketherino Dillman M05 Frazier St. Lucille Groman Imo Schaaf Evelyn Selt Minnie Beach Margaret Bame Opal Reigle Lois Carey Eunice Knrsh Leona Horton Lueile Brown Eunice Bibler Mablo.Rodabaugh Helen Hosafros Mildred Tombaugh Orville Essingcr Richard Romiek 200 Jcffras Ave. Class of l l3f,l2th St. Address Unknown R. 616 S. Host st. l9hTOE Lake Shore Blvd. Ellg B. rineisy st. R. R.ii Wilber Pifer 900 E, Sandusky Theodore Smith Harry Van Sant Howard Steinman Clarence Hartman Loren Bibler Lowell Treece Loyd Inman Marvin Fhhl Bert Anderson Norman Ellis Lester Beach Willis Bame Helen Stackhouso Harold Treecc Harlow-Traucht Leona Snyder Coleno Solt Robert Remick R. 850 Franklin St. 2112-E. Findlay se R. RqHi 208 Jeffras Ave. L- o SU..I'1dl.lSlqy7 0 Class of l Neal faves 91 Quentine Read Findleg Arlington Stubonville Detroit Bindlay Findlay Q95 f ". Columbus StCndish,Mich. Arlington Hndl ay Cleveland C-rey DlllllCIl1'lC Ht. Blanchard Dole Bowling Green "X 'T 4' . .... .s.:. D111 .IJ lilliamstown grlinften Qrlinjton 'v-l fm Findlay nTll?gtOH Il .nt o n Arlington ilrlingteu ' ' 1. , nrlingtoi C a r ey llidlay K'l1HgtOH lingten tindlay Arlington Fl :dl av Findlay 936 Columbus nrlingtou . . , ,rl inggton 1 ' ' r,N.Y 5-OC.?,lCS'5C3 Mt. Elanchard Occupation Mrs. Louis Pratt Mrs. Dwight Foltz Mrs. Raymond Merritt Eng. Instructor Mrs. Geo. Rader Mrs. Robt. Coldrcn Fhrmer Draftsman Mrs. Herman Dahlky Mrs. H. O. Crosby Mrs. Dale Baughman Mrs. Robert Gunn Mrs. Harold Fbllcrs Mrs. Floyd Pover Mrs. ilfred Ellis Mrs. Lowell Treece Mrs. L. Sapp Mrs. Raymond Rainey Mrs. Orriille Thomps Hrs. Earl Maurer Mrs. Wilbur Branan lirs Irvin Freed Farmer .- Ftrmcr Ohio Oil Co. Mgr. Arlington Elevator Ohio Oil Truck Lumber Co. Ohio Oil Co. Principal of Schools Dentist County Home Cooper Corps Office 1.- nasen ' mio r Trucker Ohio Oil Co. Mrs. Rex Coldrcn' 'S rhysieian Prop. Of Grocery OI1 Hrs. Norris Bowman Mrs. Stanley Thompson Tinner Newton Pills Name Harley Helms Iono King Lola Jolliff Hazel Bibler Doris Arras Lawrence Pugh Sylvia Levis Betty Galloway Carl Cronbaugh Wilbur Greman Lola Businger Harley Neff Many'Van Sant Wilbur Brown Magdeline Harshman Mary Longbrake Helen Russell Ane Beagle Paul Marohn Treva Van Atta Lee Kimmel Clay Anderson Alma Von Stein Clara Bormouth Florence Gessman Eva Essinger Leroy Essinger Drley Marquart Lester Bushong Marvin Line Ralph Huston Goldie'Wilch Rhema Lease Vera Bibler Edith Crates Erma Rei gl e Orril Snyder Arlington Alumni List Class of 1926 CContinued7 Street ., ' n R. Rf. 11:1 ll?i'West Sandusky vu D JL-. ll-u +L! ',j'.L 1505 Summit St. R, R. ml Second Ste Se Ro Rl A. C, 6 Y. R. R. 205 Durrell St. 2526M Detroit Ehud County Jail Motron 28 Norwey Park R. R. Ridge Place ZBOL Meypolo St. R. R. 51 Cla Park St. Ro H-0 R. R. li R. R. 50? Second St. Rs Rl R. R. do een eighians se. City ' Arlington Arlington " Findlay ot. Blanchard Arlington Findlay Findlay Wg Carrclltown Williamstown Copley Arlington Jenera Williamstown Williamstown Arlington Findlay Roclg- River Eindley Buffalo N. Y Arlington Williamstown Fostoria Cridorsville Jonere Arlingtoni Chicago Arlington ss of 1927 Piaidlzqy Eindlay Arlington Bluffton Findlay Findlay Jenera Arlington Hammond Ill. Occupation Former Mrs'Bd. Baird Mrs. Joe Leatherman Mrs. Everett Dotty Mrs. Marvin Davis Teacher-Principal Mrs. Marvin Line Mrs. Harry Tinlin Rinner Agent operator Hrs. Elmer Locey Former Mrs. Carl Cronbaugh Cooper Tire Co. Mrs. G. H. Oram Mrs. Clarence Harold Mrs. Harry DeWolf' Mrs. Lyle Harvitt Desk Lieutenant Mrs. Loren Bibler Former Barber Mrs. Ralph Pruith Mrs. Loren Rauch Mrs. Franklin Hickman Mrs. Harlow Traucht Former Auto Salesman Farmer Former Draft Board Sec. Mrs. Robert Lease Mrs. Lester Kistler Mrs. Luther Greiser Telephone Operator Mrs. Clyde Rodabaugh Lucille Tombaugh Arlington Telephone Operator Nellie Neff R. R. Jenera At home Martha Oldhem lOOl Leeson Ave. Van Wert Mrs. Hugh Burris Edythe Horton 52735. Monroe St. Xenia Mrs. Howard Hartman Carl Kleisch Arlington Trucker Harley Treucht R. R. gl Arlington Farmer Marvin Davis Arlington Davis Poultry Co. Lester Cluff 222 Harkin St. Findlay Sohio Filling Station Wilber Sterner 1209 Washington St. Findlay Ohio Oil Co. Elmer Knight Ada Ditching Machine Op. lWmnSmth R.R.W. Jmmmx Emmr Raymond Hartman llO5 Park St. Findlay Insurance Salesman Stanlay Bame R. R. fd LH. Blanchard farmer Adraine Hindall R. R.5HL Findlay Farmer Elmer Beach 156 Harrington St. Findlay Laborer Rufus Gossman Arlington Laborer xlrlizzgten Llunzuii List Clnss Name Street Raymond Berne M525 Daisy ilve. Marilynv Bibler Zorn Clevonger 720 Tiffin Oren Cronbsugh H260 Russel Blvd. Edith Decker ' Park St. Merritt Foltz Florence Hosefros Elmer Hull 21. 21.2541 J ohn Kemple Leven Kimmel Eldon King R. 5-15.-foal Rex Long Rufus Long Julie. Longgbrnke 5 55 N. ifein fit. Este. Oberlitner Lola Rodahsxugh 956 53. St. virg11 Fnthlisberger R. 5.151 Huldah Schleek I-i. 31.251 Lester Smith zmiflr Gayle Snider Lehnnn liable Solt Hil fired S olt Stal ey Elmer Faye St al ey Ge ral d St oinmen Raymond St einmsn Paul Vail Dorothy Van Atta Rai ry Wil ch Florence li il son 111 ic o Yates G1 enne Yet e s Howard Amstutz Dolores flrrns Ellsworth Beach Ruth Burke Morris Bishop Central Ave. Oak St . fi. ki. 11. 11. 1251 815 sn Tfest s 11. 11.-F1 R- Rfillgg Eos: l66 t. 105 S . TiOOCl'Ef.'tn N. iiain St . 1 11, 12,7155 Class of' rd St. Oletha Brinlennn M20 Carnahan Ave. Henry Crates A R. Pidltl Electa Coldren Richard Dillmen 20l1 S. Ftanehcr St. Estelle. Essinger ii. lhitl Lester Frantz U Clare Hull R. li. ifl Elsie Horton 3.95 Thelma. Krout Eunice Lenning 1105 Park St. J. R. Lengworth T1 1: ," ,,1 'L' of 1928 C ity Cl evel and il, l i ,sums t own Ei: .nail ay Q LO1liS o fif?.:1dl my 11 rl ingfgt on liiZlVE.l'l, Il l . -' Jeno re flrl inggt on A rl ington -lrl ington ilrl ington Bl o errrvill o Fi nd l ey lie s s fo rd lzsvil l e jr rl inggten I'lfi.f'1Qt on Pi ndl my T cl edo Vzanlue T o l edo L rl ingt on Fi ndl :xy Lrl ixngtozz irrl ington A rl Li. nggt on T. illiem storm Find l ey J one ro, lfifldl ey bi ndl :xy time 1' V' :Q 153 ews. rk . A rl i n. gt o C o l umfeu s Fi nd l my T i ffi n Fi 2 trdl any C emb Yel l err S p ring Occupation Steel Shipping Clerk Eire. Paul Anglemyer McCormick Deering Opt i c i on Mrs. Lester Bushong Clerk Phys. Ed. Teacher 145. rmcr Laborer Mr? :I , Ray Tfel l S cl 1 Dril l or Lefoorer Telephone Exchange Hrs. Alva Bish Teacher Hrs. Orlen Lobdell Ff:.1'mer .lt Home Hamer Hrs . George Steele Hrs . rion He rman Hrs . Hoyt llahon Li ght Pl ent llrs . Denton 210113 Farmer Lmnber Co. Lcfoorcr lirs . Guy Kimmel llrs. Andy Crilly Mrs. Byron Smith At Home Hrs. Lawrence Pugh T rue lcer - Hertrm Intr . Nat . Harvester Hrs . Dalles Hartman Hrs . Clarence Pkxrmer Lire, Rudolph Fisher Fix-mer s Lirs. Ziillerd Arras lgt .331 ess int , Ilich .Ohio Oil Co . J es LO ri: rlrl in,jgton J one ro. Fi ncll :my Bl eomvil l e Findl ay 'i1'ill.i:u21sft own At Home Carpenter At Home llrs. Virgil Crswfis Hrs. Rufus Long lirs. lktymcnd Hartman Ehrmer Name Thelma Line Nelson Marohn Arlington.ilummi List Class of 1929 Ullentinuedj Street Bernadine lflcCl elland lOL1. Tiava rly 7 Dewitt Powell Herron Ramsey Cleva Rettig Ruth Redabaugh'mu Luther Remick Cleyd Schaeffer Ethel Smith Lucille Smith Olive Thompson Twila Trevinger Lester Van Sant John Yates Emanuel Backey Robert Baughman Marvin Beagle Roma Beagle Twive Bishop Zee Bishop Opal Bibler Orville Crates Ralph Cronbaugh Leonard Cross H. I. Dally Carol Fahl Raymond Heuser Brice Heudeshell Gladys Inbody Karl Kroske Susan Leng Margaret Lengbrake Louise Marquart Harry Neff Kathryn Oldham Geneva Orwick Evelyn Pratt Leroy Rettig Lois Russel Ray Sharp Mary Solt George Steinman Everett Treeoe Mildred'Wilch Roe Wilch Rufus'Wilsen Wallaoe'Yates Cleo Wertenberger T ' 13+ -Lg -Lg 225 Park Ave. 12. LH, R' L. fi R. R.f1 R. H. B. 51.7541 Glas Rl Ro R. R. R. F5 R 31 R,:51 Ru all R. R.-1941 s .sixth st . R.',35l R. 12.9241 l528 Locust St. H. Findlay Hospital Cltl' el Arlington Arlington Le rain Figrilagf Eindlay Arlington Findlay Ravrs on Williamstown Jenera . Findlay Cridersville Arlington Risingsun Findlay s ei'l95O Z Raleigh lioudeslxell 505 Second St. hell E. Main Cross 507 Lynn St. 605 W.MBardin St. Ro Rofzfl R. R..-54h l52 George St. ,R. R. ati Deceased E. Main Cross Jenera Williamstenw Findlay Vanlue Findlay Lamar,Co1. Findlay Jenera St. Louis Me Lebanon Findlay Front Royal,Va. arlington lfindl ay Lima Arlington ldidl 1 ay urg,l Trumansb Eindlay Eeytville Arlington Findlay Arlington Findlay Findlay f..l"1iIl!?5'lI-Ol'l Arlington Arlington Bluffton Arlington Eindlay Arlington .Y. Occupation Mrs. Ralph Tracy Training Campo Hrs. Noah Blosser Ei rmer Ohio Oil Ce. Mrs,lmfuslHlsen ,J Mrs. Bernard Cotner 7 Eirmer P Trop. of Grocery hrs. Raymond He dman Mrs. Lester Smith Mrs. Berl Defendiefier Mrs. Raymond Porter Math.lTeaeher Eat'l. Lime i Stone. Farmer Farmer Farmer Mrs. Ralph Reddick Farmer Mrs. Dean M. Grath Mrs. Ralph Dillon Farmer Jewelry Store Newspaper Editor Nurse Veterinarian Farmer Mrs. Roger Day Orchestra Leader Mrs. Clarence Fbx Mrs. William Cole Mrs. Edward Tobey Ditchcr giant Mrs. Earold Gallant Mrs. Elmer Staley Mrs. John Mitchell farmer At Home Hrs. Lavern Wisner Lumber Co. Physician At Home Hatchery Shoe Repair Shep Mrs. Lee Gillespie Name Ronald Bame Donald Pepple Wanda Wilch Clarence Bame John Solt Dixie Myers Don Van Sant Mary, Beach- . Wava Marquart, Harie Essingor Robert Draper Wanda Bowers Donavin Lanning Waneta Bibler Della Hartman Leona Van Atta Robert Biblor Gladys Houdesholl Ruth Hannawald Margarit Barass Dorothy Huston Jeanette Hammond Ray Be ach Harry Neff Treva Snyder Rufus.Steinman Lotta Van Sant Cleola Weber Dortha Wilch Carl Wolford Kenneth Woodruff Floyd Wrasse Ella Bame Joy Bishop Paul Bishop Helen Brinkman Martin Cleary Nodra Curtiss Don Davis Mary Draper Doris Glick Howard Glick Lydia Hartman Cloyd Inbody Hilda Marohn Raymond Lamping Dean Naus John Oboe Ruth Oleo Paul Dean Powell William Rinehart Gerold Rossman Delores Russel Julia Shaw Miriam Smith ,i ,. ...,f.A...,.A.-.....,. V. .,.... Arlington Alumni List Class of l95l Street 3142 Cherry St . 51h Blair Place Rl Ro 3- 2lh,Washington R. R. 1 E. Mc Pherson X an 1 P :lil- 'Ll -.0 ' , -'. ! Ro lla 11141- St. R. R. eco shciby st. 506 E. liarkinson Ave. Cll3f J Findlay Paynesville Arlington Williamstown Arlington Arlington Arlington Findlay Jenera Findlay Carvy Williamstown ada Findlay Findlqr Lrlington Lrlington ' Vanlue Williamstown Rossford Findlay Forest Columbus Findlay f-. Class of 1954 621 Bennett St. R. R. itll 125 Cherry St. 80 Gronello Rd. Midland, R.R.a6H., Ro .Ro iii!- 5l5 Clinton St 515 Clinton St. . , .ru .Ra H.: Xfjpf. Route n 1009 S. Main St 1966 Q Chase St R. R. ,Ph ,, '1 Ro lf.: '15 Newaygc, R. il. 1520 Rice Ave. l905 Washington Avo. Findlay Arlington Findlay Findlay horthington Arlington Michigan lie nt o n R aws o n Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Findlay Toledo nrlington Findlay Findlay Poland, Ohio Williamstown Kenton HlGhlgQH Findlay Lima Lima nrlington Findlay ...nm . U, ...W L,-,,,,.l..,,..,.,...,-.. -I Occupation Bonded Filling Station Policeman Drugs Store Farmer Veterinarian Mrs. Merlin Loach Teacher Mrs. Harold Moon Mrs. Walter Nesler Dr. Thompson homo Farmer Mrs. Wilber Brown Teacher Kresg Store Mrs. Robert Bame Mrs. Lester Frantz Quarry Worker Mrs. Adrain Spaeth Mrs. Carl Wilson Teacher Mrs. Max Stillberger Mrs. Glen Bunnell Truck Driver Painter Mrs. Eugene Park Laborer Mrs. Richard Suter Hrs. Chas. Gunn Doctors Office Wolford Implement Co. Office Mrs. Ezra Von Stein Ohio Fuel R Gas Farmer Hrs. Martin Cleary Restaurant Mrs. Joy Bishop Farmer O. D. Donnell Hrs. Edgar Hassio Dally Funeral Home Hrs. Marvin Beagle Farmer Mrs. O. P. Cash F arme r Taxi Driver Kethodist Minister Eng. Instructor Farmer Deceased Superior Coach Suporicr,Coach Hrs. Raymond Davis Hrs. Harry Richard Name Raymond Davis Allen Fink A Martha Schafer Harry Richard Kathleen Crates Wayne Lanning Alvis Waltermire Gerald McMillan Treva Knight Bernard Steinman Marie Ralston William Stevenson Catherine Essinger James Robert Dally Betty Ellis John Park Josephine Wolford Street Arlington Alumni List Class of 1955 R.R. 1905 Washington Ave Qblinamiett st. 8h5'Hashington Ave. 512 College St. BIQ Cherry St. R.R.ll R.n. R QR 64:2 Treva Belle Steinman Dallas Butler Velva Clevenger Robert Corbin Martha Draper Armin Launders Mary Hindall Ronald Cross Rebecca Neff Dorcas B each Maynard Bishop Marvin Beach Helen Treece Evertt Smith Mary Brown Karl Snyder Merle Bibler Virginia Bishop ' Julia Vansant Elizabeth Myers Annabelle Huber John Crosser Gerald Snyder Robert Hilty Iris Reynolds Sidney usinger Norman Ralston Ruth Ellen Powell Ruth Draper Donald Rossman Florence Bauman Lois Bame Bernice Curtiss Detroit RuRv?5 R.Rfi5 1275 Hardin St. R. R. ll2f s. mmm st. R. R. 1 520 Taft Ave. R. R. 1 R. R. A 206 S. Cory St. Class 201 E. Masterson St. R. R. A R. R. 2 Lexington, Ky. R. R. l 611 E. Lincoln St. 218 Monroe Ave. City Occupation Arlington Davis Poultry Co. Lexington Ky,Adding Machine Co. Williamstown At home Findlay Sohio Service Stationi Columbus Mri. Murphy Findlay Dunkirk Findlay Findlay Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Arlington Findlay Williamstown Williamstown Williamstown Findlay Findlay Findlay Forest Dunkirk Findlay Genera Arlington Fremont Wharton Toledo Arlington Findlay Decatur,I Ohio Oil Co. Mrs. Lawrence Spearman Buckeye Ditcher Mrs. Rolland Bame Steinman Lumber Co. Mrs. Jo Rl Cooper Tire Service Working in Findlay Dally Funeral Home Mrs. Eugene Spahr Teacher At Home Mrs. Carl Hinbaugh At Home Cooper Tire Co. Ohio Bell Telephone Farmer Clerk at McCann Hdwe Marthon Station Mrs. Richard Beagle Mrs. John Solt Mgr. of Kroger Store Farmer Nurse-Robinwood Hospt. Farmer Mrs. Everett Cowles Restaurant Proprietor Ft. Wayne, Ind. Mgr. Am. Radiator Co Findlay Benton Ridge Arlington Findlay Arlington Tiffin Findlay Arlington Arlington Lima Eucyrus Arlington Arlington Findlay Findlay ohio Oil Co. Mrs. John Conaway Mrs. Donald Sink Palm Restaurant Ohio Oil Co. Gas Co. Farmer H y Mrs. H ugh Elder Railroad Photographers Asst. Mrs. Loudenslager Mrs. Allen Fink Farmer Music Teacher Rawson Mrs. Roy Bisel Mrs. Harold Hindall Name Avonelle Wolford Evea Jolliff Eugene Sink Dallas,Adler Merelyn Canlinger Louella.Cog1ey Garnet Benner Robert Longworth Kermit Cogley Arthur Rettig Robert Wilson Vernon Steinman Wdlber Beach Vivi am Knight Winifed Solt John Coughlin Virginia Ray Esther Glick Luella Hartman Ruth Houdeshell Clarke Williams Carl Wilson GeorgeVChapin Irene Mirohn Theodore Bauman Robert Orwick Ralph McKee Carolyn St. Myer Ritta Van Sant Mary Huber Luther Businger Glen Higley PwlHMty Wendall Bates Orval Smith Emory Kliesch Mary Pratt Grace Bame A bington Class Street 502 George St. No Main Stg 519 S.Portz.Ave. 2l5,W3 Main Cross 507 Argoyle Block R. R. Wi Rallrosburg, 2255 W. cross sr. Class 51,23 Chex-ry st . 2297 Neil Ave. 555 W. Jefferson 11-1-Op .AQIGO R. R. 1 Slh Frazer St. M18 E. Walnut St. l8hl Foraker Ave. 1551 Washington Ave. R. R. il ' Class R. B. R 122 E. Pine Ave. Deceased Draftee 256-Q3 Adams Q ll25 washington Ave. Marthabelle Bibler R. R. M Howard Hartman Mildred Hartman Dale Jolliff R. R. A R. R. R. R. Louise Lippencott 126 Howard St. lfliuulli List. of 195A of 1955 City Findlay Dunkirk Findlay Detroit Findlsy Findlay Mc Comb Arlington Lima Occupatimn Mrs. Robt. Nesler Mrs. Richard Worst Cooper Tire Co. Pastor Beecher Mrswjdohn Snyder Mrs. Opp Cooper Tire Co. Westinghouse Miss. Draftoe U. S. Army Panama Canal Zone Findlay Differential Co. Chatfield Agr. Teacher Findlay Mrs. Chas Oman Arlington Ohio Fuel A Gas Van Wert Salesman Columbus Hrs. Stephen Haiver Ft. Wayne,Ind.Stenographer Arlington Mrs. Carl Wolford Arlington Post Office Clerk Columbusf Newspaperfwbrk Jenera Findl :gy Findlay Arlington Arlington Carey Findlay Findlay Williamstown R aws o I1 of 1956 Findlay" Findlay Arlington Zanesville Findlay Fiwdlay '1.' Findlay Arlington Arlington Findlay Farmer Findlay College kbs. H- F. Kelley Draftee Farmer Quarry Worker Mrs. Richard Rodabough Hrs. Raymond Bond Sohio Re taurtant Farmer Rays Bakery Trunk Sugar Beet Laborer Mrs. Chas. La Uure .At Home At Home Farmer At Home Farmer Mrs. Harold Treece Arlington Alumni List Class of l9Z6 Name Street City Ruth Oldham. Arlington Junior Rogers, Arlington Herbert Wilson R. R. Jenera Mildred Wolford Forest Thomas Mitchell R. R.fn Findlay Leah Pepple R. RpHl Findlay Carroll McMillan R. R. Milliamstown Stanley Woodward Arlington Vesta Rettig R. R. Williamstown Harold Pifer 225 S. Kenillworth Ave. Lime Treva Bame Columbus Vera Arras Arlington Lima Virginia Trackler 225 S. Kenillworth Ave. Ruth Steinman Elbert Tewcll Paul King Pauline King Louis Orwick Mable Longbrake Virginia Wagner Viola Richard Lois Traucht Marie Traucht Ruth Businger Elenora Selt Glendora Solt Maurice Ramsey Dale Reigle Minnie Long Edson Park Ardel Musgrave Keith Myers Marilyn Pepple Nellie Price Anna Rettig Ruth Reamsnyder Earl Pupright Harry Snoltz Harold Smith Patty Smith Martha Von Stein Colene'Wagner Warron'Weber Duane Clingorman Ray Essinger Russel Smith Robert Krout .IL R0 RYIIJ4- 215 Garfield St R. R. 3. R. R. R. R. 3.91 616 S. West St R1 Rnldlil- R- R-gh Lni N. Cory st. Ro R. R. 2008 N. Main R. R.7H. R..R.qH. Rs' Ro Arlington Fi nd. L ay Arlington . Findl ay St. Mary' Bloomdele WeshingtonPa Arlington Williamstown Arlington Rawson Arlington Arlington Findlay Findlay Class of 1957 Arlington Williamstown Arlington Findlay Findlay Toledo Findlay Arlington Rnwson Williamstown Jonera Findlay Camp Shelby Williamstonw Findlay Findlay Occupation H.I.Dally Home Farmer Home of Holtzmuller At home Ohio Oil Co. Harshaman Latferty Mrs. Richard Rose Northwestern School Mrs. Carlton Strouse Mrs. Wrerett Smith Mrs. Hareld Pifer Mrs. Harold Rhinehart HRKNOT Well Driller Mrs. Clavin Erret Orwick Motor Sales Mrs. Earl Brondeberry .Mrs. Tom McKinney Woolmmrth's U' At nomo Hancock Co. Home At Home S. 5 S, Beauty Shop S. 5 5. Beauty Shop Ray's Bakery Truck Mrs. Luther Gossman B,G.S.U. Cooper Tire At home Nurse at Robinhood Hospt. Mrs. Orvsl Myers Glcssner Medicine Co. Milk Trucker Ugse Navy Fhrmer O.S.U. Student Mrs. Marvin Boehm Ohio Oil Co. Soldier Deceased Linco Station Kroger Store Restaurant Arlington Alumni List Class of l957 Name St ree" City Florence Reigle Richard'Davis Arlene Clevengor R. R.f5 Mark Ray West 12th Street Helen Jean Bauman Hllwood Beach Carl Bishop R. 12,245 Marlo Bishop R. RaHy Vance Clevenger Bina May Crossor Grace Cronbaugh Clayton Curtiss Raymond Pifer Alma Essinger Robert Hindall Donald Horton Ruth Hosafros Katie lnbody Many K. Krout Richard Line Dimple Longbrako Gail Griffith Irena Beach Ruth Ellen Orwick Arthur Lanning Ruth Roddick Virginia Marquart Ruth Cronbaugh Lillian Hartman Winifred Fhsig Naomi Gob recht Norma Pepplo Harold Hartman Irene Jones Dorothy Beach Betty Ghaster Virginia Benson Donavin Hartman Leonard Long Marjorie'Wilson Rex Brinkman Marion Treece Eloise Launder Orville Tewell- Paul Baumgardner li, 'L,' Ro R615 M16 S? Kings Highway R. RJH-L R. R- 7941 Rl R0 HNF-L 72og- w. Hain cross st. 1 2.5. l ay Arlington Findlay Coluebus Arlizgton Camp Shelby Findlay Findlay Findlay Ada St. Louis Mo. Findlay Camp Shelby Arlington Arlington Columbus Arlington Occupation Findlay Hospital Bus Driver Ohio Oil Co. 0.S.U.Student Mrs. Richard Davis Soldier U Trucker Farmer 1hy'Bakery Truck Ohio Northern U. Nurses Training Farming Soldier At Home fFort Hayes, Arlington Elevator Mt. Blanchard Mrs. Don'Wheolor Arlington Findlay Findlay Class of l938 R. R. R. 12. will R. Rqfbl Ia! Ra 825 Maple ive.Findlay Ave I' ifll R, R551 lc. R, 'Jil In -41 In Re Ro no Ro " Above Uhlman's -, .: -ll -Lx-9 do 11:1 Mt, Cgry Dunkirk Iirl ingt on Arlington Detroit Mich. Arlington arlington Arlington Dayt 9 ll Il rl ington ' .sw ,-. Finalav V Williamstown Williamstown Arlington Arlington 'Williamstown lmxmon Clevelnd Jonera Arlington Findlay Findlay Arlington Jenera Miriam.Wilch South Main St. Argell Block Findlay Mrs. Howard Glick O.S.U. Mrs.'Warren Krout Cooper Tire Co. Mrs. Chas. Oats O.S.U. At Home Mrs. Wm. At home Cooper At home College of.Art. Mm.Cms.Rmmn Clerk at Kresge's Farmer Linoo Restaurant Lt Home J.C.Penny Co. At Home Farmer McDanei1s Athmm larmer Clerk of City Market Hrs. Carter Shisler -:it llolu O O.S.U.StudCnt Mrs. Robert Krout MMM. ,. Arlington Alumni List Class of lQ59 Name Street City Carson Davis Arlington Glendale Armentrout Arlington Lucia Greiser R.R.fl Jenera Maurice Pepple Deceased Keith Romick R.r:.-Nil, Findlay Helen Bame Lima Durea Clevenger Findlay Neva mae Pifer Arlington Miriam Ruth Glick Arlington Jeanette Essinger Arlington Phyllis Crist Edward Bower George Richard A ff, KnRr,T.i. R.R.,?l J aws on Arlington Arlington Ralph Bibler R.R.fjili Findlay Karl Elliott R.R.fl Williamstown Ella Belle Musgrave 859 Liberty St. Findlay Cora Benner Arlington Della Benner Ruth Wrssse Esta Tewell Ruth Oman 'ln "'s RcR.cjf.. R.R.3Q'9l Raws on Arlington Arlington Jenero' Jane Ellen Newman Findlay Rosemary Castor Arlington Glenn Corbin Arlington Richard Corbin Emery Reamsnyder Dales Cummins 1209 We Nor th St Arlington Arlington Line, Ohio Samuel Von Stein R.R.5lfl Jenera Donald Re tti gg R . R .5241 Arif. nggt on John Bi shop. R.fa.:54Ll Findl ay Sylvia Van Sant College St. Findlay Florence Smith Eagle St. Findlay Ellen hitohell Isaly Store Findlay Darl Hus ton R.R .fl Raws on Woodrow Hartman R .. H3314 Fi ndl ay George Smith Katherine Williams Robert Russel Lucille Beach Mildred Beach Alice Bibler Kathryn Brenner Rosemary Ellis Miriam Hannewald Marie Hartman Ruthmary Hartman hanetta Horton 52h Grant R I lmlluz-I. U R e 0 R.n.yl R :fl ol 014. Il n.n4Hl Fostoria Arlington lington Class of 122.10 Arlington Ar l ingt on Finoley Findlay Findlay hilliarstown hillianstown Findlay Arlington Occupation Gray Q White Poultry Co Bluffton College A.E.Dorsey Co. Stno. Saelty Hhosale. Findlay College Dutch Boy Waitress Farm Service Center hrs. Hugh Rogers,Jr. Dr. H.O.Crosby Office Court House Findlay Kirks Wholsale House O.S.U. Hrs. Russell Smith Kum On Inn At home Kum On Inn At home At home House Work Bluffton Meter Works U.S. Ammy Farmer Farmer A. E. Dorsey Findlay College Mrs, Woodward Mrs. Edwin Crozer Farmer F arme 1' At home At home At home At home At home At home At home Woolwcrth's Dutch Boy Name Street Bernita Houdeshell Betty Johnson Marilyn Jones Lena Richard Colene Smith Mary Thomas Evelyn Wexler Robert Eeme Byron Bash Marion Bishop Richard Bishop Walter Bishop Bobby Brinkman Arthur Clingermnn Cornell Crosser Dick Dorney Lew Fritz Robert Gossman Billy Griffith Charles Hook Richard Innigor Donald Jolliff Luwerenoe Jolliff Everett Kemerly- Willard Kliesch Junior Long Harry Shrider Clair Sampson Hugo Smith Donald Snyder Mo ivin Steinman Ralph Von Sickle "1 b.. P. ffl w 'w fl. he IL: 'ffl R. R. ifil R. R. 4,61 305 Thustin Aye. .. - ,L n D jl Q its "' Rs Lv.: R Ll 11. 11. 5,41 11. gh 11. 111. 3221 11. R. fl R. R.-fl R. R. 141 Ro Ro 'ffl ra. R. fm R. 11. ith If you find any errors will you please let us know' because we tried very hard to bring this bit of information to you. Arlington Alumni List Class of lS2l1O City Occupation Arlington Donnell's Arlington At home Williamstown At home Arlington At home Arlington At honw Bluffton Meterwork Arlington At home Williamstown Farmer Arlington Differiential Jenera At home Bowling Green Jenerd At home Arlington Rod M White Store Arlington Arlington nrlinyoon Toledo Jenera nrlington Arlington Jenera Lrlington Williamstown Arlington Findlay Arlington Bluffton Findlay Jeneru nrlington nrlington Findl oy At home Remmington Arras Ohio Northern Foundry Findlay College U.S.Navy At hOmO At home At home nr home Differential Marathon nt home Shell Station At home Ohio Northern At home C. C. 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