Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 80
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1947 volume:
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
Board of Education .,.,...
Administration and Faculty
Other Classes, ......
The Class of' l947, Arlington High School, dedi-
cates this book to the ideal of World Peace. After
centuries of strife and warfare, the countless toll
of human suffering and destruction, we pledge our
efforts in future years to promote the brotherhood
of man and the message of the angelic chorus,
"Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men."
Lee Gillespie Roi Bailey
President Vice President
Alva Grieser H. H. Warner
Eldon King C. F. Hartman
C. F. Rost
Loren E. Bibler
Walter M. Furboy
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Harold H. Castor
irace M. Woodruff
Eureto B. Schuff
3 rd g rade
I st grade
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Men of few words are
best of men,"
She has a smile for
Glee Club-l ,2,3,4
V. Pres. of FHA.-4
As merry as the day is
V. Pres. of FHA.-2
Sec'y. of FHA.-4
"Nature might stand up and
say this is a man."
Here's Blondie - Where's
"All great men are dead,
and I feel sick."
"A blush is beautiful,
but often inconvenient."
'Good things come in small
"I love my job."
Eager to be in for
"Worry kills me-Why die
"Don't let studies inter-
fere with education."
"She's here, I hear her
"Let peace envelope the
Glee Club-l ,2,3,4
Mixed Chorus-1 ,2,3
"You'd never know
but she's bashful."
"Don't bother him, he
having too much fun."
"A married life for me.'
F.F.A.--l ,2,3,4 -
'Oh I wish I had wings like
Sec'y of Honor Society
"They can't say ambition
Don't bother me, I too
busy having fun."
Band-I ,2, 3
ust confess that women
y aren't they all con-
tented like me?"
Treas. of FHA.Q2,3
Pres. of FHA.-4
"Just Plain Bill."
'She has a smile for one."
Glee Club-l ,2,3
"lf silence were golden,
She'd be rich."
Why hurry? There's time
after l'm dead."
"Music hath its charms."
"Women of few words
"Size isn't value."
TOP ROW: Elmer Wilch, Dorothy Jolliff, Mildred Branan, Neva Bibler, Ellen Bishop Marilyn
Wykoff, Mildred Essinger, Arlene Schaller, Pete Hindall.
BOTTOM ROW: Cleva Price, Rolland Bibler, Dorothy Brown, Genevieve Henry, Forrest Hartman
NOT PRESENT: Vernon Trautwein, Betty Hartman.
Assistant Editor .....
Sports Editor .,....
Art Editors ......
Sales Manager .....
. ......................... Forrest Hartman
......Arlene Schaller, Pete Hindall
F. F. A. ........... ................................ E lmer Wilch
F. H. A. ........ ................................ D orothy Jolliff
Snap Shots ...... Mildred Branan, Marilyn Wykoff
Typists ................. ........ E llen Bishop, Dorothy Brown
Literary Editors .......
......Neva Bibler, Betty Hartman
We, the senior Class of I947, Arlington
High School, the village of Arlington, the
county of Hancock, and the state of Ohio,
being of sound mind and memory do make,
publish, and declare this our last will and
testament, in manner following-that is to
We, the Senior Class, leave to the faculty,
the rest of the student body, and, to the
student body, the faculty. We hope they
will get along as well together as we did.
We, the Senior Class, leave to the Juniors
our Democracy class. Remember, we were
brilliant students, so don't disappoint Mr.
We, the Senior Class, leave to the Sopho-
mores our independence, and two long years
of hard work and lots of fun.
We, the Senior Class, leave to the Fresh-
men our quiet ways, willingness to work,
and ability to get out of the hall when the
We, the Senior Class, leave to the Junior
High our ability to get out of study halls
and roam through the building.
I, Reed Alge, will my basketball trunks
to Dee Rankey, and hope they fit him better
than they did me.
I, Neva Bibler, will my Commercial Law
book to anyone who has nerve enough to
become a lawyer.
I, Rolland Bibler, will my position lwith
all headachesl as president of F.F.A. to Joe
I, Ellen Bishop, will my excess weight to
l, Mildred Branan, will my blonde hair
and blue eyes to Jo Ann Noonan.
I, Dorothy Brown, will my ability to
handle the Navy to Betty Kimmel.
I, Paul Essinger, will my ability to play
the piano and get into trouble with the
teachers to Olson Bash.
I, Eddie Fahl, will my football suit -to-any-
one who thinks they can catch as many
passes as I did.
I, Ellen Freed, will my ability to write
with my left hand to Mr. Castor.
I, Betty Hartman, will my ability to gig-
gle to anyone who thinks they can get a
laugh out of it.
I, Forrest Hartman, will my ability to
wise-crack in Ag. class and not get away
with it to Walter Beach and Dale Romick.
I, Eva Louise Harvey, will my liking for
Home Economics to all those who can't
I, Everett Helms, will my ability to sing
to Erry Dee Longworth.
I, Genevieve Henry, will all my spare
time to Mr. Rost.
I, Milton Hindall, will my crorwn and
title of "King of the Bench" to Walter
I, Raymond Jameson, will my appetite to
I, Dorothy Jolliff, will my big smile and
white teeth to Keith Alge.
I, Ruth Latham, will my clarinet to who-
ever can play it and get a credti for it.
I, Thelma Mercer, will my ability to be a
good majorette to James Baird.
I, Betty Myers, will my Shorthand to
I, Cleva Price, will my love for music to
I, Opal Riegle, will my talkative ways to
I, Arlene Schaller, will my ability to skip
school to Mary Edna Henry.
I, Arzella Tackett, will my ability to not
talk in class to Norma Rupright and June
I, Vernon Trautwein, will my cheer-Iead-
ing ability to Clarence Riegle.
I, Dean Waltermire, will my ability to
get kicked out of music to John VanAtta.
I, Elmer Wilch, will my driving ability to
I, Marilyn Wykoff, will my stature to
'I, Mildred Essinger, .will my giggles to
SI'GNED: The Senior Class of I947.
This is station XYZ broadcasting to you
from the Empire State Building in New
York City on the l6th day of Oct. 1967.
We now bring you a news broadcast con-
ducted by Edson Fahl.
Last night Raymond Jameson, ambassa-
dor to Russia, left Moscow by plane to bring
important news to Pres. Elmer Wilch. His
pilot was Captain Dean Waltermire.
Miss Genevieve Henry, Secretary of
State, left for England this morning, with
her secretary Miss Betty Hartman.-
A well-known restaurant in this city,
owned by Mildred Essinger, was destroyed
by fire early this morning. Three of her
waitresses were injured slightly. These
were: Misses Opal Riegle, Thelma Mercer,
and Betty Myers. Fire Chief Vernon Traut-
wein and his crew were unable to extin-
guish the flames, but managed to save the
Miss Mildred Branan, teacher of English
at Ohio State, Miss Cleva Price, Music
teacher at Ohio Northern, and Miss Ellen
Bishop, Commercial teacher at Bowling
Green, were named as three of the nation's
outstanding teachers in the October issue
of Who's This, edited by Eva Harvey with
the aid of her able assistant Arzella
Dorothy,J,olliff, an airline hostess for.
Eastern Airlines, was highly commended for
her bravery and quick thinking when she
assisted passengers from the burning plane
which crashed this morning near Washing-
The United States Convention of Nurses
will be held Oct. 20, at Philadelphia. Miss
Ellen Freed and Miss Marilyn Wykoff have
been chosen to represent New York at this
Miss Arlene Schaller, star of the recent
Broadway hit, "The Darling Dolls of Tomor-
row", and her secretary, Miss Neva Bibler,
are hospitalized after a train accident in
the South. President of the railroad, Mr.
Rolland Bibler, said the cause of the acci-
dent had not been determined.
Dorothy Brown and Ruth Latham, form-
erly models here in New York, have both
won coveted roles in the movies.
Everett Helms, who is rapidly taking
Frank Sinatra's place as crooner of the na-
tion, will present his new radio program to-
night. Consult your newspaper for time
Cartoonist Pete Hindall has again cap-
tured the hearts of the people of America
with his new comic strip which is found in
all the leading papers in the country.
Now for a sports item:
Coach Reed Alge of Harvard, will take
his football team to Ohio State to play
Coach Forrest Hartman's team October 18.
This is one of the most important games
of the season.
Your announcer has been Edson Fahl.
This is station XYZ. Please stay tuned to
this station to hear Questions and Answers
with Paul Gene Essinger as Master of Cere-
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FIRST ROW: Shirley Davis, Ruby Benner, Betty Kimmel, Helen Dyer, Jeanette Davis, Carol
Lehr, Jack Blem, Agnes Tackett, Raymond Reigle, James Essinger.
SECOND ROW: Miss Woodruff, Glenna Wolford, Wilma Reichley, Colene Traucht, Eldon Bus-
inger, Joan Crosser, Mary Ellen Essinger, Betty Povenmire, Evelyn Waltermire, Harold Weih-
rauch, Mr. Furbay.
THIRD ROW: Joe Byal, John VanAtta, James Baird, Edward Rankey, Richard Kimmel, Walter
Beach, Keith Bibler, Herbert Rettig, Gene Hess, Ed Gossman.
ABSENT: Dale Hosman, Dale Romick, Dee Rcmkey, Robert Coldren.
TOP ROW: Jack Blem, Keith Bibler, Dale Ramick, Walter Beach, Richard Kimmel, Robert
Coldren, Eldon Businger, Jimmy Essinger, Joe Byal.
BOTTOM ROW: Ruby Benner, Helen Dyer, Jeanette Davis, Colene Traucht, Wilma Reichley,
Mary Ellen Essinger, Betty Kimmel.
TOP ROW: Don Schmehl, Bill Ellis, Dwight Bibler, Norman Schaller, Don Greiser, Otho Businger,
Earl McClelland, Clarence Cronbaugh, Carl Bower, Middle Row: Mrs, Elizabeth Knight, Mary
Myers, Helen Ballinger, Jane Cramer, Norma Rupright, Elaine Swank, Ruth Fink, Rachel Essin-
ger, Mr. Loren Bibler. FRONT ROW: Erry Dee Longworth, Patty Houdeshell, Esther Hindall,
June Mercer, Rose Mary Smith, Russell Branan, Marjorie Roclabaugh, Peggy Metzger, Clarence
Reigle. NOT PRESENT: Gerald Bishop, Marilyn Parrott.
TOP ROW: Victor Helms, Robert Reichley, Louis Greiser, Frank Eddington, Dean Decker, Gerald
Essinger, Bob Rettig, Junior Nesler, Jack Treece, Wayne Bibler, Keith Alge. MIDDLE ROW:
Mr. Harold Castor, Marilyn Miller, Jo Anne Noonan, Anna Christoff, Eva Povenmire, Keith
Corbin, Walter Calvin, Mary Edna Henry, Carol Grimes, Nan Hite, Mrs, Eureta Schutt. LAST
ROW: Betty Elsea, Arthur Line, Peggy Schaaf, Gene Bishop, Louise Bame, Dorothy Rausch,
Carmaletta Businger, Jerry Blem, Harold Grohcske, Don Smith, Mary Jo Smith. NOT PRESENT:
Olson Bash, Jim Keotley.
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TOP ROW: Billy Freed, Danny Romick, James Traught, Bumell Boehm, Darl Waltemiire,
Raliegh Beach, Rex Beach, Ralph Hartman, Richard Noonan, Ronald Wells, Jim Bob Rettig.
MIDDLE ROW: Miss Rossman, Nancy Beach, Ilene Salsbury, Bonnie Wagner, Evelyn Houde-
shell, Joan Hartman, Carolyn Greiser, Richard Beach, Albert Wolford, Jerry Staley, Jesse
Houdeshell, Norma Houdeshell, Mr. Gossrnan. BOTTOM ROW: Jack Metzger, Billy Huber,
Twila Luneack, Lois Povenmire, Luella Bibler, Irene Tackett, Mildred Warner, Jimmie Lafferty,
Clair Hartman, Neil Huston, Ted Morrow. NOT PRESENT: Marion Harvey.
TOP ROW: Charles Hindall, James Essinger, Gene Line, John Houser, John Wolford, Donald
Weber, Richard Knight, Martha Vollrath, Bob Stacy, Sheila Steinman, Jerry Arras. THIRD
ROW: Robert Corbin, Robert Reigle, Shirley Grimes, Jo Anna Clinger, Jack Davis, Dorothy
Garwood, Mary Bower, Norma Buess, Virginia Beach, Mary Lou Wilkins. SECOND ROW:
Billy Houdeshell, Maxine Stoddard, Bernice Rodabaugh, Ruth Ellen Hindall, Shirley Gillispie,
Ethel Eddington, Don Wilkins, Jim Myers, Mildred Helms, Geraldine Walters, Rema Fink, Miss
Schlaak BOTTOM ROW: Eugene Marquart, Ted Essinger, Raymond Fink, Melvin Harvey,
Tommy.Christoff, Eddy Rettig, Gene Treece. NOT PRESENT: Kenneth Kimmel.
3-School started, Good opening 5 Good
Ending lWe Hope!
4-Hancock Co. Fair lHurray no
l I-Boggs lPenitentiary Showl
I3-Friday l3th Unlucky NO! We took
Vanlue there 6-O.
20-Wonderful Weather! Beautiful
Moon! A.H.S. 20, Rawson 7.
23-24-25 - Photographers interviewed
Seniors, Boles Dandurand was
chosen to take Senior Pictures.
27-Another Victory! AHS. 20, Mt.
Blanchard 0. Nice rainy day!
3-Johnson Picture's for High School
4-Home game under moon let lights
Liberty 7, Arlington 27
9-Juniors order rings from Herff-Jones
ll-Arlington visits Arcadia full of pep
We over take again Arcadia 0 AHS.
24-Mt. Cory O, Arlington 45. Good try
28-Highway Patrol lChapell
l-Rainy weather! AHS. l9, McComb 0
8-Muddy struggle! Arlington scores
over Van Buren
ll-Armistice Day Taps blown at ll
-Rev. Grant lChapell
-Thanksgiving Vacation Starts
2-Thanksgiving Vacation Ends
3-Arlington 3l, Salem 56 lTherel
6-Arlington 24, Vanlue 30 lHerel
ll-Seniors received Graduation Pic-
l3-Arlington 29, Rawson 36 lTherei
l7-Arlington 45, Bluffton 52 lTherel
20-Arlington 40, Mt. Blanchard 28
20-Christmas Vacation Started 2:l5
3-Arlington visits Liberty
6-Christmas Vacation Ends l9:l5l
6-l0-Exams lDark Weekl
lO-Arlington 43, Arcadia l5 lHerel
I4-Arlington 40, Salem 62 lHerel
l6- l 7-Farmer's Institute
2l-Arlington 3l, North Baltimore 47
24-Arlington 54, Mt. Cory 30 lTherel
27-Arlington 54, Mt. Cory 30 lTherel
27-Honor Society Meeting
28-Arlington 52, Liberty 68 lTherel
31--Arlington 30, McComb l2 lTherel
3-Juniors received Class Rings
4-Arlington 30, North Baltimore 32
7-Arlington 3l, Van Buren 27 lHerel
l l-Junior Class Play
l3-l5-20-22 - County Tournament,
28-Bascom Tournament Arlington 49,
l-Bascom Tournament, Lexington 43,
Arlington 39 lovertimel
I0-Sent for Class Play
8-Bluffton Music Club in Chapel
ll-F.H.A. and F.F.A. Banquet
FIRST ROW: James Staley, Don Woltermire, LeRoy Smith, Jerry Stahl, Darwin Wilson, Gerald
Rettig, Phillip Rogers, Norma Eddington, Colene Bibler, Ann Smith, Beverly Bibler. SECOND
ROW: Carl Oman, Wayne People, Arden Woods, Cerald Bibler, Robert Harper, Horold Beniomin,
Donna Cronbaugh, Janel Frantz, Mary Joyce Boehm, Gordon Hess, Marilyn Hunter, Mr.
Gobrecht. THIRD ROW: Junior Grohoske, Lynn Wolford, Charles Ballinger, Leon Gossman,
Barbara Bame, Nancy Bome, Irene Rettig, Dorothy Glick, Eileen Schmehl, Dana Kimmel, Rita
McKee. ABSENT: Joe Louis Schaof, Ethel Hempy.
FIRST ROW: Kay Stoddard, Marlene Traucht, Mary Ann Schaller, Norma Jeon Rettig, Bob
Meyers, Johnny Fahl, Vivian Freed, Nancy McKinley, Joe Blem, Isabel Latham. SECOND ROW:
Dovid Toylor, Mary Ann Beach, Marna Romick, Nancy Butte, Paul Reichley, Louise- Corbin,
Lucille Stahl, Eldon Smith, Richard Wolford, Miss Brickman THIRD ROW: Allen Woodruff,
Arthur Houdeshell, Woyne Reichley, David Rismiller, Donald Buess, Howard Huston, Bob
Houser, Allen Alae. Janice Kimmel.
BOTTOM ROW: Maynard Steinman, Jerry Beagle, George Grohoske, Dick Bowman, Jimmy
Smith, Jimmy Arrington, Barbara Mercer, Mary Jane Riegle, Roberta Hindall, Nancy Smith,
Carol Bishop, Janice Flick, Carol Armentrout. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry Jolliff, Carol Marquart,
Carol Riegle, Martha Rausch, Bobby Wells, Glenn Pirtle, Shirley Gibson, Janice Hindall, Phyllis
Garwood, Sally King, Susanna Rettig, Esther Essinger, Marie Marquart, Miss Farmer. TOP ROW:
Harold Marquart, Bobby Fink, Jeannine Hartman, Bobby Crosser, Neal Davis, Norman Harvey,
Marlene Businger, Lelan Pifer, Kathleen Smith, Billy Alge, David Gillespie.
BOTTOM ROW: Sonja Grieser, Rita Schaffer, Jean Foltz, Jane Smith, Rosalie McKee, Nancy
Bishop, Robert Schaller, Clara Hartman, Carol Lee Essinger, Bobby Essinger, Larry Rettig.
MIDDLE ROW: Janet Butte, Ruth Ann Smith, Rosalyn Gossman, Marlene Newlon, Ralph
Wolford, Bobby Grieser, Paul Smith, Jerry Beach, Dick Eddington, Mrs. Pratt. TOP ROW:
Janey Stoddard, Wayne Sink, Bernadine Businger, Robert Reigle, Tommy Kroske, Virgil Cotner,
Larry Arnold, Rath Ballinger, Carol Traucht, Billy Arlington, Terry Reddick, Jimmy Bame. NOT
PRESENT: Kay Wagner.
TOP ROW: David Eddington, Dorothy Waltermire, Judy Hartman, Tommy Long, Glen Gibson,
Marlene Clinger, Phyliss Stahl, Kaye Hess, Carol Ann Errett, Leila Wolford, Garry Houdeshell,
Larry Baird, Dick Fink. MIDDLE ROW: Sue Hindall, Barbara Waxler, Catharine Hartman,
John Hindall, Charlotte Smith, Jean Beach, Harold Bower, Duane Warner, Larry Woodward,
Ruth Ann Klotz, Sandra Pertle, Brenda Bowman, Leanne Pifer, Mrst Simpson. BOTTOM ROW:
Raymond Bower, Larry Bosserman, Buddy Lafferty, Sally Grimes, Mary Ellen Oldham, Mary
Jane Bishop, Jerry Lafferty, Roy Reigle, Kenny Fink, Norman Lafferty, Connie Swank.
TOP ROW: C-areth Bame, Denny Huston, Larry Oman, Harold Butte, Bobby Arrington, Donnie
Bass, Larry Reigle, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Ruthann Walters, Joyce Wilson, Louise Cunningham,
Sally Spaeth. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Redick, Julia Bishop, JoAnn Wertenberger, Donovan
Kemerley, Gene Greiser, J. J. Salt, Eddie Wisner, Sandra Marquart, Randy Porter, Brenda
Badertscher. BOTTOM ROW: Janice Wagner, Anna Reichley, Phyllis Lafferty, Shirley Brown,
Myrna Businger, Kay Hartman, Sue Beagle, Phyllis Ruth Houdeshell, Ann Fink, Karen Rismiller,
Rosalyn Rader, Mrs. Castor
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FIRST ROW: Paul Essinger, Dee Rankey, Walter Beach, Raymond Jameson, .lack Blem, Reed
Alge, Eddie Fahl, Dean Decker, Pete Hindall, Donnie Smith, Harold Grohoske, Gerald Essinger,
Edward Rankey, Bob Rettig, Frank Eddington.
SECOND ROW: Heorold Weihrauch, Joe Byals, mgrs., Forrest Hartman, Jim Essinger, Clarence
Cronbaugh, Dale Romick, Eldon Businger, Keith Bibler, Victor Helms, Robert Reichley, Walter
Calvin, Otho Businger, Jack Treece, Jerry Blem, Keith Corbin, mgr.
ABSENT: Bob Coldren, Gene Hess, Junior Nesler, Olson Bash.
Arlington played its opening game of the
I946 football season with Vanlue at Carey
under the lights. The Red Devils got off to
a great start and scored early in the first
quarter. The rest of the game was played
very evenly with neither team making much
progress. The Red Devils won the game
6-O and figured their greatest hurdle of
the season was overcome.
Rawson came to Arlington the following
week and kept the Red Devils in hot water
all the first half but couldn't score. The
second half the locals took to the air and
scored twice in the third quarter and once
in the final to win 20-7.
Arlington playing at Mt. Blanchard the
following week played inspired ball the first
half and rolled up 20 points. The last half
was a very even game and Arlington rang
up its third victory 20-O. Passes, mixed
line plays opened the Mt. Blanchard de-
Arlington's next foe was the "45" de-
fending champs, Liberty. Arlington scored
first and Liberty tied it up in the second
quarter 7-7. The last half Arlington scored
Ehrc-ae more touchdowns to win the game
Arcadia came to Arlington, Friday, Octo-
ber ll, to take an artistic drubbing 27-O.
lt was the Red Devils fifth straight win and
the boys looked exceptionally well on of-
fense and defense.
Arlington, having a week's rest ran over
the small, inexperienced Mt. Cory team
45-O. Everyone on the squad saw action.
October 24th, Arlington played its most
important game of the season with Mc-
Comb, who also were unbeaten. The largest
crowd ever to witness a local game turned
out that evening. Arlington held a 6-O
half time lead. ln the last half the Red
Dsvgs broke loose twice, to win the game
Arlington traveled to Van Buren to play
in the mud and won the game easily I9-O.
This game was Arlington's eighth straight
victory without a defeat and their fourth
Championship in six years.
Alge Ed Fuzzy
Paul Essinger, Pete Hindall, Ray Jameson, Reed Alge, Ed Fahl
Toad Smiley Pete
TOP ROW: Eddie Fahl, Reed Alge, Walter Beech, Pete Hindall, Mgr.
BOTTOM ROW: Forrest Hartman, Keith Bibler, Robert Coldren, Jimmy Essinger.
TOP ROW: Dean Waltermire, Clarence Cronbaugh, Gerald Essinger, Carl Bower, Harold Gro
BOTTOM ROW: Russell Bronan, Eddie Gossman, Jack Blem, Gene Hess, Bob Rettig. .
TOP ROW: Jerry Blem, Gene Bishop, Keith Corbin, Junior Nesler, Olson Bash, Gerald Essinger,
Walter Calvin, Keith Alge, Donnie Smith.
BOTTOM ROW: Jessie Houdeshell, Lee Beach, Ronald Wells, Richard Noonan, Jerry Staley,
ln the opening game of the season with
Mt. Cory at Arlington the Red Devils proved
to be too strong for the Green G White and
Arlington went to Salem the following
week and went down in defeat 56-3l.
Vanlue, a strong contender for the
League Championship came to Arlington
and proved to be too good for the Red
Devils. Vanlue came off the floor victors
by a score of 30-24.
Arlington, playing at Rawson the follow-
ing week couldn't get the scoring machine
started soon enough and went down in de-
Arlington traveled to Bluffton in a non-
league game on Dec. l7. The Red Devils
put up a good fight but went down in de-
Arlington leading all the way over Mt.
Blanchard, won its first league game 40-28.
Arcadia came to Arlington the following
week to take a drubbing 43-l5.
Arlington, playing the highly rated Salem
outfit on its own floor couldn't do very much
and went down in defeat 62-40.
North Baltimore came to Arlington and
geadismg all the way trimmed the Red Devils
Arlington played at Mt. Cory and leading
all the way won the game easily 54-30.
Arlington, playing a postponed game at
Liberty, lost 68-52.
Arlington playing at McComb, played
outstanding ball and limited the McComb
lads to l2 points while racking up 30 for
Arlington played its last league game be-
fore the tournament with Van Buren at Ar-
lington. The Red Devils were the victors by
a score of 3l-28.
Arlington played North Baltimore in a
return engagement at Baltimore to lose
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Judy Hartman, Irene Tackett, James Baird, Thelma Mercer
Rita McKee, Isabel Latham
Peggy Metzger, Pat Houdeshell, Norma Rupright, Vernon Trautwein
FIRST ROW: Hearold Weirauch, Reed Alge, Walter Beach, Rolland Bibler, Forrest L-lartman,
Eldon Businger, Eddie Gossman. SECOND ROW: Robert Reichley, James Baird, Elmer Wilch,
Earl McClelland, Louis Grieser, Frank Eddington, Norman Schaller, Dwight Bibler, Jim Essinger,
Herbert Rettig, Victor Helms, Raymond Reigle. THIRD ROW: Gerald Essinger, Joe Byal, Dale
Romick, Edward Rankey, Donnie Grieser, Otho Businger, Paul Essinger, Bill Ellis, Carl Bower.
FOURTH ROW: Arthur Line, Clarence Reigle, Gene Bishop, Jack Treece, Wayne Bibler, Bob
Rettig, Keith Alge, Connie Smith, James Keatley, Everett Helms.
The F.F.A. is composed of 40 members
having lO5 projects and 65 other Super-
The activities of the year include: Scrap
Drive, Pest Hunt, lCo. Winnerl, Parent 6'
Son Banquet, Chapter Parliamentary Pro-
cedure Team, lwinnerl, State Judging Con-
tests lseveral high honorsl.
Next year the chapter expects to enter
exhibits at the County and State Fairs, send
delegates to Camp Mushingum, and take a
vacation trip during the Summer.
Besides these activities, the chapter has a
regular meeting one night every month.
Fourteen Greenhands were initiated into
the F. F. A. Chapter in September.
Eight Sophomores earned the Future
Farmers degree at a joint meeting held at
Liberty School in October.
Eighteen Juniors and Seniors had been
members for one year or longer.
Officers for the year beginning July l,
are elected in May. A party for prospective
ninth grade agriculture students is held
during the May meeting.
The Arlington Calf Club is sponsored by
the F. F. A. Chapter. Twenty-five of the
thirty4two calves this year belong to chap-
ter members or their brothers.
The chapter encourages church attend-
ance and participation. Radio broadcasts
frequently describe the chapter activities.
Several movies have been shown during
chapter meetings and class periods.
FIRST ROW: Thelma Mercer, Mary Ellen Essinger, Dorothy Brown, Colene Jolliff, Arlene
Schaller, Rachel Essinger, Betty Myers, Cleva Price. SECOND ROW: Miss Woodruff, Carol
Grimes, Jeannette Davis, Rose Mary Smith, Mary Myers, Ruth Latham, June Mercer, Corma-
letta Businger, Patty Houdeshell. THIRD ROW: Esther Hindall, Dorothy Rausch, Arzella
Tackett, Marjorie Rodabaugh, Norma Rupright, Carol Lehr, Evelyn Waltermire, Wilma Reich-
ley, Betty Povenmire, Betty Davis. TOP ROW: Mildred Essinger, Shirley Davis, Peggy Metzger,
Eva Harvey, Betty Elseo, Agnes Tackett, Marilyn Miller, PegQY Schaff.
We started off the new year with Miss Grace Woodruff as our new advisor
The program for the years activities had been planned by the members. For
September we organized the Chapter and elected new officers for the year.
During October and November, we increased our knowledge of the Future
Homemakers of America and initiated six Freshmen girls. For December the
girls collected a large box of used toys which they repaired and took to the
Children's Home. The project for January was Cooperating for School
Betterment at which time the girls improved the Home Economics room.
February goal was Promoting Recreational Activities. In March they carried
on another project for the improvement of the school. For April the girls made
a study of the Careers open for the girls of today. The month of May was
devoted to planning and serving the Mother and Daughter Banquet. We de-
cided to continue holding our meetings the first Monday of each month. The
F.H.A. girls have been earning their money by serving dinners twice a month
to the Lions Club. A combined F.F.A. and F.H.A. hay-ride was held in Octo-
ber with Miss Woodruff and Mr. Furbay as chaperons.
TOP ROW: Virginia Beach, Dorothy Garwood, Eugene Marquart, David Rismiller, Arthur Line,
Jim Bob Rettig, Marilyn Miller, Keith Alge, Ronald' Wells, Richard Knight, Jerry Stahl.
THIRD ROW: Joe Blem, Shirley Gillespie, John Houser, Jack Metzger, Janel Frantz, Betty
Elsea, Jesse Houdeshell, Jimmy Lafferty, Bobby Houser, Cleva Price, Mildred Warner, Martha
SECOND ROW: Thelma Mercer, Charles Hindall, Richard Beach, Joan Hartman, Betty Davis,
Nan Hite, Evelyn Houdeshell, Norma Houdeshell, Neil Huston, John Fahl, Ann Smith, Keith
Corbin, James Baird.
FRONT ROW: Rudy Hartman, Rita McKee, Irene Tackett, and Isabel Latham.
The Band displayed some outstanding performances at the football games
this year. Led by Mrs. Schuff, they have improved a lot and have reason to
be proud of their achievements.
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TOP ROW: Marjorie Rodabough, Jane Cramer, Norma Rupright, Joan Crosser, Colene Traucht,
Betty Povenmire, Ann Christoff, Betty Davis, Mary Edna Henry, Colene Jalliff, Genevieve Henry.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Schuff, Dorothy Rausch, Marilyn Miller, Nan Hite, Louise Bame, Arlene
Schaller, Eva Povenmire, Mary Myers, Helen Ballinger, Ruth Fink, Betty Elsea, Carol Grimes.
SECOND ROW: JoAnne Noonan, Peggy Metzger, Rose Mary Smith, Eva Harvey, Ruby Benner,
June Mercer, Mildred Essinger, Carmaletta Businger.
FRONT ROW: Mary Jo Smith, Dorothy Brown, Rachel Essinger, Peggy Schaaf, Patty Houdeshell,
Ellen Bishop, Cleva Price, Thelma Mercer.
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TOP ROW: Mrs. Schuff, Pete Hindall, Gerald Bishop, Edward Rankey, Bill Ellis, Carl Bower,
BOTTOM ROW: Harold Weirauch, Elmer Wilch, Vernon Trautwein, Keith Corbin, Gene Hess,
TOP ROW: Keith Bibler, Arlene Schaller, Genevieve Henry, Rolland Bibler, Elmer Wilch, Colene
BOTTOM ROW: Mildred Branan, Ellen Freed, Marilyn Wykoff, Cleva Price, Ellen Bishop, Neva
TOP ROW: Betty Lou Kimmel, Nan Hite, JoAnne Noonan, Ruth Fink, Helen Ballinger, Elaine
Swank, Miss Schlank.
BOTTOM ROW: Russell Branan, Keith Corbin. Dean Decker, Don Schmehl, Erry Longworth.
Home Economics Room Cafeteria
Typing Room Dining Room
Ami Arras, Arthur Rismiller, Marvin Davis, Eugene Sink, Raymond Davis
Herman Rettig, Carson-Davis
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EVANS TYPEWRITER COMPANY
628 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
EARL D. RUMMELL
22I7-I9 North Main Street
Phone 408 Findlay, Ohio
Twining's Music Store and Studios
Lessons Given on all Musical Instruments
Expert Piano Tuning-King Band Instruments
The Hancock County
Farm Bureau Cooperative Assn., Inc.
- Findlay, Ohio Phone 2885
209 South Main St. Mt. Cory Phone 235
Findlay, Ohio Mt. Blanchard Phone 74
Williamstown Phone 70
FINDLAY IMPLEM ENT CO.
Massey-Harris John Deere
DeLaval Milkers C1 Separators
445 E. Main Street
Phone - 598 Findlay, Ohio
RADIO 6' ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Wiring Cr Radio Service
Zenith, Clarion fs' Automatic Radios
Shearer Radio G' Electric
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
The Spot to Buy
Quality Merchandise at a Saving
South Side of Findlay
244 E. Hobart St.
KUHLMAN, IEFFERY 8' MILLER
Radiators, Bodies, Frames
227 East Front St. Findlay, Ohio
The Friendly Gamble Store Broadway Sandwich Shop
230 South Main St. Sandwiches Pie
Findlay, Ohio Coffee
UHLMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Across from the Court House
KANEL'S CLOTHING CO.
S I M O N S KENNETH S. BIBLER
Now Being Displayed
Qua I i ty-Service
415 Second St.
We Correct Foot Troubles
Scott Bryant's Shoe Store
First in Fashions
4l9 S. Main St.
Dresses Coats Suits
Millinery Sportswear Lingerie
PRODUCERS OF FULL LINE
GOOD-LUCK-CHICK POULTRY FEED
NEUHAUSER'S CHICK HATCHERIES
Ross E. Morrow, Mgr.
POULTRY FEEDS ROYAL-HUDSON Cr
WATERINC EQUIPMENT CYCLONE ELECTRIC-BROODERS
Food Lockers dc Slaughtering
EGBERTS HOME FURNISHINGS
404-406 E. Sandusky St,
SAN - A - PURE DAIRY
Findlay, Ohio Pl1On9 2440
DYSINGER MEAT MARKET
l22 E. Sandusky
404 Sec. St. Findlay
Findlay, Ohio DISTINCTIVE
Phone I78 ARRANGEMENTS
Frozen Food Lockers
Phone '53-Jenera, Ohio
FINDLAY HARDWARE CO.
General Hardwa re-Housewa res
Phone l902 220 S. Main
HOADLEY'S RUG fr CLEANING CO. Compliments
BEACH RADIO SERVICE
Phone Main l00 l3l N. Cory Street
FlV1dl0Y, Ol'15O Jenera Ohio
RED AND WHITE STORE
Groceries - Fresh Meats - Vegetables
Dry Goods - Notions
Phone 6 Arlington
Phone lOl Arlington, Ohio
ARLINGTON PAINT cf REPAIR Compllmems
C .E. Sink Owner
IOHN I. SOLT
Phone I82 Cumberland Ave. Veterinarian
Arlington, Ohio Phone II6W Arlington, Ohio
PERFECTION STOVES 6 FURNACES Decker Tire 5' Electric store
AUTOMATIC GAS G OIL
Arlington, Ohio Phone l95W Arlington, Ohio
Paper Hanger C1 Painting
, P. N. SUTER
DR. W. F. LEHR
Phone III Arlington, Ohio
LONGWORTH PUBLISHING CO.
DR. I. W. H. BEACH Distinctive Printing
A"lln9f0n OPIO The Mt. Blanchard Journal
Phone I S Telephone 53W
mxui BEAUTY SHOP W0LF0HD
CLOVER FARM STORE
1. c. BAM:
Tractors 6' Farm Implements
Sales Er Serv'
THE FARMERS 81 MERCHANTS BANK C0.
School and College Photographs
Photographer For The I947 Excelsior
123 V2 South Washington St. Phone 2439
International Trucks 81 Farm C .
20 ft-24 ft.--40 ft.--Quonset Steel Wllit, 9 R t t
For Farm Use
Parts C1 Service
905 Lima Ave Phone 368
V. A. Blide C. I. Shrader
' NEXT TO CITY HALL IN FINDLAY
OPEN DAILY SUNDAYS
3 7 A.M.-8 P.M. 7 A.M.-3 P.lvl.
FIN DLAY, OHIO
CARL L. DAVIS Sz SIINS
Poultry, Eggs Cr Cream
Oils C1 Grease
Phone IO2 Arlington, Ohio
KENNETT MURRAY Sz CII.
Live Stock Buyers
C. E. Lanning, Mgr.
Phone 76 Arlington, Ohio
WATER- WELL DRILLING
CONCRETE BLOCK BRICK TILE
CEMENT LIME MASON SAND
PHONE 4l-W ARLINGTON, OHIO
TURNER AND FENSTERMAKER
H. I. Harrington, Chevrolet Dealer
2l5 W. Main Cross St. Phone l l7
PERRY MILES FUNERAL HOME
Potato Ch ips
phone 60 Findlay, Ohio Phone 29l ZOOV2 Lima Ave.
All students of Hancock County who have oll D I E T S C H ' S
A's on your grade card. d
Bring your card in for a free soda, sun ae, or
milk shake made with that delicious, creamy, FINE CANDIES . . . ICE CREAM
Sealtest lce Cream.
Where? ? ?
at Two Stores
MILLER'S DAIRY BAR
529 N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
Hosiery and Anklets
Lingerie and Scarves
THE PERSONAL SHOP
528 V2 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
"Across from the Ohio Oil"
AMBRECHT APPLIANCE STORE
washer Parts for Oll Makes
aoz N. Moen sf. Findlay, ohio
J- I. CUSS Fdfm MOCWHGVY MINNICK'S HI-SPEED STATION
New Cr Used Auto Parts
Gas Cr Oils
WYKOFF IMPLEMENT SALES .mesa Accessories
Arlington Groceries G Meat
Ohio Dunkirk, ohio
Phone l64 Phone 731
Friendly X , L F
pause S X Wise Farquar G' ennox urnaces
' Roofing G Sheet Metal Work
' ' 2Ol N. Main St. I Phone Main 4l2
FINDLAY COCA-COLA BOTTLING Fi"1dl0Y, Ohio
GEO. FRAN KLI N CONN'S
KEI PER'S FUNERAL SERVICE
Notions - k
Dry Goods Dunk"
KROGER DRY CLEANERS Compliments
PlantQl7O4 Lima Ave. of
We own and operate our cleaning plant TOWN HOUSE
I3' W' Mom Sl' phone 3' 24 hr. service Findlay, Ohio
of BU-CKEYE INSULATION CO.
Ti-is s cf s DRUG stone me 'Ce
319 5. Main 51, 306 East Main Cross Street
Findlay Findlay, Ohio
Lee Tires-l yr. guarantee RAYIS DANCE STUDIO
Phone l63 Arlington, Ohio Phone 909 Findlay, Ohio
of A L B A s s
W F I N
i330 on Your Dial
NEWS EVERY HOUR Findlay, Ohio
For Courteous Service Stop At
For Gas E7 Oil- For good food and courteous service
We Fix Flats Cr Grease Cars. phone 482
Phone 73Fl l Dolay Ohio
Arlington, Ohio Open 24 hrs a day
Open 24 hrs. a day
For Good Eats
Courteous Service Stop at
I-IAZEIRS IN WILLIAMSTCIWN
The Mobi lgas Restaurant
For Special Dinners
Call Arlington 73Fl l
Open 24 hrs. a day
Everything In Fine Foods
Phone 7l l
Cas 6' Oil
COMPLETE STOCK OF NASH PARTS
NEW MOTOR'S AT LOW COST
BODY REPAIRING AND PAINTING
333 E. MAIN CROSS ST. PHONE 2778
2433 S. Main St.
Class of 1947
FARM SERVICE CENEER
T. W. smith H. P. smith
There's a Ford in Your Future
lOO Horsepower V8
90 Horsepower Ford 6
Complete Repair and
Genuine Ford Parts
Tires-C-as and Oil
ARLINGTON EORD SALES
HERFF 1oNEs co.
Designers and Manufacturers of
School and College jewelry
Cups and Trophies
jewelers to Arlington High School
P. D. Cook, Representative
Kelp, Jo Hchiwnmcni
Keys not carried in the pocket or the purse. But in the mind.
Keys that open not just ordinary doors . . .
but vast areas of achievement in the sciences, the arts, the
lt is one of the purposes of education
not only to tit the student with a basic ring of keys to knowledge . . .
but also to teach him how to make his keys for all the doors
to achievement he will want to open throughout his life.
How many keys to achievement are needed?
Enough to keep one' busy for a lifetime,
tashioning them out of knowledge, reason and experience.
For no matter how many doors you unlock,
there is always another door to even greater achievement still to be
THE 0lll0 0IL CUMPANY
Producers of Petroleum since l887
Fine Foods at all Times
Open 24 hrs.
ARLINGTON, OHIO PHONE 65
GULF SERVICE STATION BLUES DRUG STIIRE
ARLINGTON OHIO Your patronage appreciated.
THE JENEIIA C0-IIP ASS'N. INSURANCE AGENCY
C-ra i n-Seeds-Coa I
Co-operative Shippers of
The place to get courteous treatment
together with fair and quick settle-
ments when you have an accident.
Ask our policy holders who have
C-et a policy that saves you premium
and at the same time has more protec-
tion written in it for you.-
Ottice in Basement of residence.
Phone 2I3 Arlington, Ohio
NI. HINDALL AND SON
WATER WELL DRILLING
PHONE IS3 ARLINCTON, OHIO
HUGHES DRY CLEANERS
Findlay's Leading Cleaners
Visit our new plant 702 Howard St.
CLARENCE SCHENCHER, PROP.
I I2 W. Front St. Findlay, Ohio
FINDLAY, OHIO PHONE lOl2
3lO-3I4NORTH MAIN STREET
A DEPARTMENT CREATED
IUST FOR YOU!
Diamonds-Watches-Si Iverwa re
Breads and Pastries
23l South Main St.
Phone l638 Findlay, Ohio
Ask for them at your grocers
Complete Floral Service
Across from Hospital
O.L. Peat, Proprietor
The Arlington Elevator 6' Supply Co.
Grain, Seeds, Feed, Coal, Etc.
Findlay' Ohio Arlington Ohio
Phone 2252 Flowers Wired
COMPLIMENTS FO' QUa'ifY
THE POOL ROOM Radios
Owner Russell Businger MEDLOCZIS 3EoklAEi!EWELER
s. cf s. BEAUTY sl-lor ' C0MPL'MENT5
Helen Curtis Cold Waves and
F. W. Woolworth
l. D. Healey, Mgr.
Machineless Waves Findlay Ohio
Call phone SQ COMPLI MENTS
By Appointment y
. REESE'S CONFECTIONARY
Manager Miss Elenora Solt F'ndlaY Ohio
ARE YIIU LIVING IN CIIIVIIIORT?
Is your home cold, drafty, difficult, and costly to heat?
Do you realize you can save as much as 40? of your winter's fuel
insulating your home with EAC-LE-PICHER WOOL?
Keep scorching summer heat out of your bedrooms,
insulating your attic and sidewalls will make your rooms as much as
I5O cooler in summer.
EAGLE-PICHER MINERAL WOOL is fireproof,
will not draw moisture and will not settle.
Call us for a free estimate of your home 3 no obligations.
IVIIIIIEIIN INSULATIIIN CIIIVIPANY
22I NORTH MAIN STREET
PHONE 235 FINDLAY, OHIO
of just as important as what kind of a
Diamond you buy.-
-Where you buy your Diamond is
HARRY M- WARD C0- NISWANDER'S IEWELER
BRYAN, OHIO I I5 West Crawford St.
COMM-I MENTS AVON PRODUCTS
of - az: si:
chester P. smith-Monuments Cosmetics Household Products
I 32 West Crawford Street Local Representative
Mrs. Franklin Reigle
Flndlay' Ohlo Arlington, Ohio
ARLlNGTON HARDWARE X1 ELECTRIC
General Electric 6? Philco
ARLINGTON, OHIO ' PHONE 19
HUNTING and FISHING LICENSE
1. C. WILCH
Bicycle Repairs 6' Wheel Goods
We can service what we sell
In Findlay it's Zlerolf's
Clothes Men Like For Dad and Lad
Hart Schaffner 6' Marx Clothes
Arrow Shirts Dobb's Hats
GREAT LAKES SUGAR
DAVENPORT INSURANCE AGENCY
Robert C. Davenport
Representing Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Providing practically every form of Insurance
Note our new location
2Ol V2 W. Crawford St.
Playing Mt. Cory in the tournament made
the Red Devils work for every point. The
final score was 4l-38 in Arlington's favor.
Arlington, meeting Liberty in their second
tournament engagement, played a slow de-
liberate game to upset Liberty 32-l7.
Vanlue, the tourney favorite was the Red
Devils last foe for the championship. Ar-
lington put up a great fight and held Vanlue
to a ll-9 half-time score. The Red Devils
couldn't make their shots the last half and
Arlington played Tiro in the district meet
at Bascom. The Red Devils playing heads-
up ball won the game easliy 49-28.
Lexington, the Richland Co. Champ
played Arlington, Mar. l, and won the game
in a hard fought battle which was tied up
at 39-39 at the end of the game. ln the
zsgemme they outscored the locals and won
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
The Junior High, consisting of players of
the Sth and 9th grade, organized before
the Christmas vacation in anticipation of
the Junior High Basketball Tournament to
be held in February at McComb. The team
played one game before the tournament
with Liberty Jr. Hi., which they won 27-l2.
In the tournament they vanquished Ar-
cadia 39-34, Mt. Blanchard 59-12, Mt.
Cory 32-27, and entered the finals at Find-
lay pitted against McComb. This was the
preliminary to the main game between Van-
lue and Arlington. After trailing by one
point in the first quarter, the locals rallied
and won out 42-27.
Next year's high school squad will see
Alge, Blem, Essinger, Corbin, Calvin, Nes-
ler, Decker and Bishop battling for places.
Staley, Wells and Houdeshell will be the
backbone for the next Junior High team.
PLAIN VIEW FARM
REGISTERED JERSEY CATTLE
Producer and Distributor of
Pasteurized jersey Milk and Dairy Products
CIIOPER TIRE AND RURRER CRIVIPANY
WE NNE PRUUN TU PRESENT
of the World to their favorite voca- represent the nucleus of our organi-
tion at The Gray Printing Company. zation for many years to come.
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H-PPRECIATING how priceless your Annual may be in
later years-a forgotten face or name-happy events recalled--these many
Veterans along with the others in the Gray organization consider it a privilege
to be of assistance in such a Worthy achievement and to help you produce
books of exacting quality and good taste.
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