Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)

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Used Cars Complete Service--Phone 55 6 lil .DON KING ROI ISN of-a-9-.....,N was 'QW kiwi SEHIJUI. BU H11 M. Cl. KININIICI, 1,I'l'.YilIf'Hl s was ie. bp. hyosiavn Crmnlv Xll!I!'J'illf!llIlI'llf Compliments of Your Chevrolet Deoler CORBIN BROTHERS Arlington, Ohio 7 l . . 2 llll'l"I,I'l'.Vllll' 4 ll. WXRN lflvrlr nl , , ...1 HAROLD G.-XSTOR Arlington High School Findlay College, A.B. Kent State University, ILS. are 32. Coach, History and Detnocrafv RICA CASTOR Arlington High Srhool Bowling Green Slate University Ohio Northern University First Grade vw ICARL G. GOBRIEGI-l'l' Arlinglon High Srlmnl Ohio Northern University Sixth Grade M.XRlli FIRSDON lllolllgonwrv High School Bowling Green State University Filth Grade if 1 -qw l THE ARLINGTON SODA GRILL Fountain Service-Eats-Medicine Seosonoble ltem's Phone 2l4 Stella Bibler 8 HULDA SGHLAACK Arlinglon High School Capital University. .-LB. Ohio State University Bowling Green State University Latin, English NAOMI SIMPSON Finrllrn' High Srhool Findlay College Bowling Green State University Second Grade GW!-XNDOLYN WELLS Arlinglon High Srlzool Bowling Green State University Ohio Northern University Second Grade FRIED MENGERT Lucas High Srhool Ohio State University. B.S. Agriculture MIRIAM LOU JONES Dunkirk High School Ohio Northern University 'l'hirtl Grade ROBIQRT Mc:CI.R.-XRY Copley High Akron University Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. History. Coucll l-ll.ll.XIHi'l'H KNIGHT lfmzlmwfillf' High Srhoul lxllllllll-4l1lC'OllS Business College 130113 g1qA.gqjH Wilmington College. AJS. flOIIllllCl'l'l1ll 'l'eztt'her yvmenhcl-g College, AB- Chicago University Srhrml AI'llI1g'f07l High Srlmol English DAVID ZOLI, Tillin Cnlumlziun High Srhonl llCifl1"lw"r-I ffvllvtzv lNl.kRlillliRl'l'E l'R.x'l"1' Bowling Green SIRIUS Univer- A,.li,,q.,,m High Sfluml will Ili-'IQ ul Q Bowling Green Slate University um hu ul Ohio Northern University 'I hircl Graulc jl-IAN lNlll.l,l'IR Ohio H,f'Xl!'j'lllI l'nizw'r.iilv ' r,A.,,: Um OhulInlnsltlltlclhxcirlllxfrllllymlo x HHS FORD 'WQSON UI ' ,' '.'. " , Q I 1 g' ROIHIIHIPIIII High School Taylor University Ohio Northern University Fourth Grade We Appreciate Your Patronage HANCOCK SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. South Main at Sandusky Findlay, Ohio 9 Compliments of HOCHSTETTLER AND SONS Findlay, Ohio EUUK5 Crosser, Edith jolliff. JANITUHS 'h Mr. and M rs. Edgar Nessler. I BUS HHIVEHS Top Row -- B011 Russell. Floyd Clinger, Orlin IVe11er, Alllfilill Ilazfis. Bottom Row - Hugo Smifll, Calvin Erret, Clement Smilh. PLAIN VIEW FARM Pocteurized Jersey Milk-Ice Cream ond Dairy Products Phone 48f4 Jenero, Ohio I0 Left to Right - Ruth Kmslm, Agnex SQNEQQS f -' , f y ., , 43: Q' ff '+V ,ff xv , 4 ,ff X X f 'f 1 A ff AWS 'Q Q X YCQQNW Nf., a!1"f'f'12W"f' f M499 i W L lux ,QQ K W +f '1fi2' ffWf'f fm IM Q Xe' 0753 w5jMWlf!',r Q ., j V Qt? QM, ' lt 'X cm . J F, P-9 ' gr W f ff-K 1 fxx '. 2 X 'I f ' I' ' gt wi Y M ix ' 5' 2 KL qmkxw .-.. 3 , -., Y N 9 S - 5 W Wg, f I ffl Y T I 4 W X 1 ff Q f WNW' N XXV N SE IUH5 Slanrling - Virginia Beach, Richztrtl Knight, Shirley Cook. Silling - Kenneth Kimmel. KENNETH KIMMEL "fl lnml gland fl'HlIIl' in rrnrb nr frm, Hc'll help fmlfl ilu' lrnrl' ii firmly." Honor Soticty I. -I1 Class Play 5. -IL Operetta 4. -I: Mixed Chorus l, 2, lu, -I: Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3, il: Basketball I, Z. 'ai Football I, 2, 5. -I: Cla'-x Offiter 5, -I: En- semble I, 2, 4, rl: Latin I, 2: Basketball Manager -I. Kr I V ' ,Q ff 4 t... ...e 1 RICHARD KNIGHT "My mimi to me im empire ix." Band I, 2, 5, +I, Boys' Chorus I, 2, 5, 43 Mixed Chorus l, 2, S, -lg Honor Society 5, Al: County Honor Society Officer fl: Latin Club l, 21 Class Officer I, 5, 4: Boys' Quartet 3. AI: Boys' Ensem- hle Z, S, 41 Class Play 5, -I: H, S. Opercrta 5, -lg Annual Staff 4. VIRGINIA BEACH "Her friendly Jmile. Iver pfeliy rrnyx. Hare gained ber friemlr for all ber u'1xyJ." Cheerleader 5, 4: Band I. 2, 5. -11 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee l, 2, 3, fl: Operetta 32 Senior Play 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, -Ig Band Officer 3: Class Officer 2, Ai: F.H.A. President 3, -11 Clarinet Quartet 2, 3, -ll Clarinet Trio I, 2: Girls' Ensemble -'ll Annual Staff 4. SHIRLEY COOK "Her friends are fmfnr: ber fner-are llvere mls?" Band I. 2, 3, ll: Mixed Chorus I. 2. 4. 4: Girls' Glec I. 2. S, AI: Operetta 3. 'IL Latin Club Offiter 2, Latin Club I, 21 Cheerleader 5, -Ig Class Play '11 Annual Staff ,lg Class Officer 3, 4: Band OHL cer l, 2, S, AI: Honor Society -I. Compliments of DAVIS POULTRY CO. Arlington, Ohio Phone lO2 12 'W' WILLIAM ACK ERMAN "Chico" "All play and no work make: Willy 4 play-boy." Band 2. 5. 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Foot- ball I: Senior Play 4: Operetta 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3. 4: Boys' Ensemble 2, 5. 4: Annual Staff 4: Dance Band 4. F.H.A. I is! 4. JAMES BRUBAKER "My wife :hall not rule me." Akron Ellet 1, 2: Football 3. 4: fQM cmugygpp Basketball 3. 4. Football I. 2. 5. 42 Boys' Glee 1. 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Ensemble 3. 4: Boys' iguartet 4, Op- eretta 3, 4: Annual tal? 4: Class Play 4. JO ANN CLINGER Wil ?"f1"'i1.?' 25.93635 i"S1"5 I2. 3? 4: -Anhual 'stair JUNE CRAMER Opcretta 3. 4. Maiorette 1. 2: Mixed Chorus l. 2. 3. 4: Girls' Glee I, 2. 3. 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Officer 3: Annual Staff 4: F.F.A. Play 3: Operetta 3. 4: Ensemble 4. JAMES ESSINGER Football 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4: Boys' Chorus l, 2, 4: Annual Staff TED ESSINGEK 4: Agric. l. Agriculture 1. 2. 3. 4. RAYMOND D. FINK 2A31inuak1SgI'f1 4:4Agigculg1reCll: Boys' ec u , : ixe 4: Honog Society 3, 4: Footbalclmgian- REMA PINK ager . F.H.A. 2: Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Honor Society 3. 4: Operetta 3. 4: Latin Club 3. 4: Class Officer 3: Annual Staff 4: Class Play 4: Clarinet Quartet 4. MARY LOUISE BOWER . 2. 3. 4, F.H.A. 3. 4. Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 5. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Annual Staff typ- Compliments of DALLY FUNERAL HOME Arlington, Ohio 13 MARY LOU FULLERTON "Her pfellj' red hair und bunny brown eyer, For one :hell be mrh u fnfrrldiref' lil-l.A. 1. 2, 3, 4g F.H.A. Officer l. 2. 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, O eretta 3. 4: Class Officer 1: Annual 'Staff 4: Girls' Ensemble 4. SHIRLEY GILLESPIE "Thu girl ir a rery t'ler'er one, Lolm pep and Iona lun." l.atin Club l, 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 43 Annual Stall 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus l. 2. 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3: Operctta 3, 4, Clar- incE Quartet 2, 3. 4, Clarinet Trio SHIRLEY GRIMES "She thrill lmre mnsir' wherever Jbe gow." Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensc-n'b'c 2, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3: Girls' Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3. 43 Operetta 3, 41 Honor Society 3. 4, Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Club Officer 2g Class Officer 1, 2, 33 Annual Staff 4. RUTH ELLEN HINDALL "Clever, muderl, full of ffm, Thru nmny lriendr :bc har won," F.H.A. 1. 2. 3, 41 F.H.A. Officer 4, Girls' Glee Club 1. DAVID L. LEITER "II"lJen duly and pleamre LIJJIQ, Lel duly go IH rmarbf' Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball lg Annual Stall 4. DOROTHY GARWOOD "She iJ gentlevfhel ir shy. Bn! there rx mucbfef in ber eye." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Clarinet Quartet 2, 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 23 Girls' Ensemble 45 Operetta 3. BARBARA GREENE "She ir u maid of urlleu gram, Qurel of fforre and rweel of fare." Mt. Blanchard 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 31 Mixed Chorus 3: Cheerleader 4: Class Play 4g Operetta 3. Wirhdrawn. CHARLES HINDALL "Lore if lhe greater! of erl'umlorJ." Band 1. 2: Boys' Glee Club 2: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4. JOHN HOUSER "lf brillianry and wit ever bring one fame. Among the greal will be lair name." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1. 21 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Bas- ketball l: Honor Society 3, 43 Honor Society Officer 4, Class Officer 1, 23 Boys' Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Boys' Quar- tet 3, 41 Operetta 3, 43 Class Play 3. 4, Annual Staff 4: Clarinet Trio. GENE E. LINE "He ullendr lo hir bruineu. and waxler hu lame," Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2. 3, 4: F.F.A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 31 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 1, Annual Staff 41 F.F.A. Officer 3, 43 Senior Play 4, F.F.A. Play 3: Operetta 3, 4. RED AND WHITE STORE Dry Goods-Notions-Groceries Fresh Meats-Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 6 Frozen Foods Arlington, Ohio 1-l -5 'E' '52 bleu., Fr GENE MARQUART "Without big wordr, bow could many people my Jmull thing!" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2: guys' glhorus 2, 5, -I: Mixed Chorus BOB RIEGLE "To be tough it to be happy." Football I, 2, 5, 41 F.F.A. l, 2, 3, -lg Boys' Chorus l, 2, Mixed Chorus I, 2, Basketbill 1, 2. 3. SI-IEILA STEIMAN "Tir true the ii marsh 1'Nt'l,'lI!'d. to nl and that with all rrmnkmrlf' Band 2. 5, 41 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 5, -I: Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 5. 41 Phy. lid. 51 F.F.A. Play 5, F.H.A. 2, 5, -I1 F.H.A. offiuer 5, -tg Band officer -I: Annual Staff -Ig Operetta 5, 4. MAnrHA voLu1ArH "Hapgy-go-lurky il Lmky goes er wuyf' F.l'l.A. l, 2. 5, 41 Band I, 2, 5, -Ig Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, -I: Mxed Chorus I. 3. 4: Honor Society 3, -I: Clarinet Viluarter 2, 3, -1: Annual Staff -8: C ass Play 5. 4. .4 DONALD H. WEBER "Harry" "Newer trouble yourrell with truuble until trouble trouble: you." F.F.A. l: Latin Club 31 Mixed Chorus l, 2. 3. -I1 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 5, 4: Operetta 3. J IM MYERS "Rest today for tomorrow- ynu may have tnworkf' F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 41 F.F.A. Officer 3: Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus I, 2.35: Football 1, 41 Football Man- :.ger . . BERNICE RODBAUGH "Softly her hngerr wander over the delifute key! of ivory." Latin Club l, 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 3. 43 Maiorette 4g F.F.A. Play 5: Physical Education 5. 4: Annual Staff -Ig Operetta 3, 4: Ensemble 4. GENE TREECE "He attends to bit buiirien. und ufuxtei bir time." Agriculture 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 5, 41 Basketball lg Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. Play 53 F.F.A. officer 5: Boys' Ensemble 2. GERALDINE WALTERS "Five loot Iwo eye: ol blue, A Sue City Sue of '52." Band 2, 3. 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, 41 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 5, 4: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Annual Stall 45 Operetta 5, 4. JI. ROBERT WOODRUFF "Woodyf'f "HH spirit: are like a geyrer- alwayr bubbling offer." Foorbxlll 2 s 4 Basket ll 1 by ' . . .. L ba . 2. 3: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Officer 3, -I: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee l. 2. 3, 4: Class Officer l, 2, Class Play 5, 43 Annual Staff 45 Op- eretta 5. AI. DAVENPORT INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Findlay Office--201 M. Crawford Street Phone 442 Mt. Blonchord Office-South Main Street Phone IO9 I5 b we V""""? UNIUH5 swf -.Q-.addr N., N-.Q l'lRSl ROW: l'l'L'5lKll'lll, licralil lnlioily. Ylfl'-l'I'CSllll'Ill. Darwin XX'ilSon3 Sccirclai'y. Alancl l"l'2lIlllQ lll'1'llNlIl'l'l'. llaxni' IR-plilv: Xann llaniv. Iincrly llililcr. SHZOND ROXY: ilolcnc liilrlci. Klan .lsnw Ikoclnn. llllkll ROXY: Killa lllianilwilin, Donna llronliangli, llorolln K-livk, l,von 1-ownan. Nlaiilxn llnnlcr, Carl Oinan, Hill llonmlv- Jn-ll. l'liilIip llogi-iw. ,lim Slilltf, Don Walla-i'inii'c. .Xlxin lfi-Ilur. lfOl'RI'll ROW: liilccm- Sclnnvlil. l.vonai4l K-iolioxkv. Nlrlxin llarwx. I-iilcnc l'ili-r. kloc l,oniS SlllZl1ll,.ll'l'l'X Sllllll, Xnn Sinilli. .Xi'ilc'n Woods. SUPHU UHE5 -my 1 new vw sy-ig HRS! ROW: l'l'K'Sl1ll'lll. lXl2ll'll'llt'llllillldllllXllll'-l'lt'Sl1ll'lll, Lucille Slilllll 5t'l'l't'l1ll'N, Xorina .li-an Rvllig' llL'.lNllll'l', 'laniu' Kinnnrl: l'liylIiw .xKlxl'I'Ill1lIl, ,Xllcn .Klgnx SECOND RUXV: Xnmlrn .Ki'i'ingIon. .laik llaluoik, lllllill ROW: Nlanw Xnn licxuli. Ronald licacli. Nann .Xnn llnllu, llarlwara Cook, lolin Ifalil. Yixian lfi'u-ml. Xlnilxn lllnmllll Xlllllll llonilnlnll IMI ll ii onscr. Marina Roinirk. lf0l'R'llH ROW:'Rimliaril Wollonl. Nann Xlikinln, lloli Nlwiw. Xrlcm' I'ilvr. XYaync Rc-ioliln. Mary Scliallvr, l-Qlalon Slllllll. FINDLAY COLLEGE A College that likes Arlington Grcids Findlay, Ohio lli F I FHESHME -ew. 4 'l'OI' ROW: Prcsimlcnl, Bill Mgc: VIUS-I,l'L'SIlICIll. -ICZIIIIIIIIC HZIYIIIIIIIII Secretary, Nlairllizi Urccnc: 'I'i'c:isul'ci Silly King: Carol .Xl'lIIl'lllliOlIl. jim .Xrring'lmi. SIQCZOND ROW: jerry Iiunglc, Cami Bishu x. THIRD ROW: -II l I II in. Ri1'Il:il'cI Ilowmzln, Dmmlcl IIIICSS, Marlciic IIIISIIIKCY. Lcslvr lllialinlusrlin, Boll llrnsscr, Iiilccn Ifcllcr, Rolxn-rl Inik, Phyllis C-:u'wnn.I. Sliirlcy Knlismi. IOIIRI H ROXV: Duvul Gillespie. NOYIIIIIII Iinrwy, .ISIIIICC HiniI:1lI. Ru In lIimI:1II. IIau'Iun':i Himlull, .lorry hloIiII'. Donnie l.ziRoc'Iic. Harold INI1llAllll2lI'l, IIill'IIZll'2I INIcrcvi'. 1.4-Inn I'iI'cr IlI"I'H ROW: Mzirllizi Raiusrli. l':iuI Rc-ichlcy. Marry june Rciglc, Carol Rciglc, Susanna: Rclligx Ilurnld Seek. limi ll1I Smith. Nuiicy Smith. SIXIII ROW: Marial INIzn'quzn'l, Ruth IVIIIICTIIIITC, Robert Wells. THE OHIO OIL COMPANY Refiners cmd Marketers Marathon Gasoline 81 Motor Oil Findlay, Ohio I7 EIEHTH GRADE E11 .-A ,ili- asyf In aims: on 'Tb' C ww lv 'Ol' ROXY: Bill .Xrrinpjtmi. james Bamc, Larry Beach. Nancy Bisl1op,jancl Butte, Virgil liotncr, Nc-il Davis. llohhy I-Issingcr. .lanicc Flida. SECOND ROW: juan Foltz, Rosalyn Gossman, Rohcrl Gricscr, Sonja .hm Grin-ser. Gi-urgu lirulmskc. Alcan Ilarlinan, Kay Wagncr, 'lionnny Kmskc, Carol Marqnarl, Klarlcnc Ncwlon. 'IIIIRII ROW: Diana Patton, limlna R4-iclilcy, Rita Sc'hal'cr. Wayne Sink. Nlarilyn Sinilh. Paul Smith. Ruth ,Xnn Slnilh. Nlaynaril Sn-ininan. Carol .Inn 'l'ram'ln. SEVENTH SHADE ,- Wt? 's.-vi -.0 xwf l'Ol' ROW:Nlary .Xnn Alcxanrlcr. Larry llaircl. Narnia -lcan Bcarli. Mary -Ianc Bishop. Ilrcnzla llownian, llarolil Iiuwcr. Ronald liranncllcr. Gem- Butler, jerry IIIISIIIQCY, Marlene Kllingcr, Carol Iirrctl. SI-ICIONID ROW: Kcnnclh Fink, Richard Ifink, It-wis Frantz. Sally Grimes. Catharine Harlinan. jnclilh Hartman. john llinilall. Yiia Sin- Ilinilall. Gary lluiulcsln-ll. IICIIV Inn Kilrhcn. THIRD ROW: Rulh .Xnn Rlnls. Ionnny Long. Clnnnic Nlillvr. I.i'annc l'ilcr. :lam-I Srliolll. Cliarlollv Smith. Phyllis Stahl, Dorolliy XYIIIICYIIIIIAC. -IZIIICI Wairil. lluanc War- ncr, liarhara Waxlcr l1Ol'R I H ROW: Leila Wollonl, I.arry XVomlwaril, Rayinunil Bower. A Good Bank in a Good Town THE REPUBLICAN COURIER THE FARMERS 81 MERCHANTS BANK CO. Radio Station W.F.l.N. Arlington, Ohio Findlay, Ohio I8 SIXTH SHADE fx 'l'OI' ROW: Bohln' .Xrringlon. Brcinlzi llllllL'l'lSl'lll'l' l.2ll'I'y lgl'lllliIllilll. jerry Brnliaikcr. jucly llriilmkciy Myrna . llizlnc Ilczlcli, Sue llczlglv, julia llislinp. Shirley Brown llusingcr. SECOND ROXV: Hzlrulcl Bullc. Danny Chinn wrlin, Ann Fink, lliunzi lfrzinlz. Glenn Gibson. Virginia Greene, lingcnc Gricscr, Kay Hilfllllilll. Phyllis llouilc slicll, Rhea llczin Kiinnicl. THIRD ROW: jerry Lzillcrly Xnnzi Rcirlilcy. l.:irry Ric-glc. R0l!Cl'l Ricglc. Roy Rivglc. Solt, Larry Slcininsin. jainirc XVzig'ncr. Rnlli .Xnn Walters. lizirhzirzi Mzirqnairl, Sznnlru lhl1lI'llll2ll'l. Runmly Porter V Nnrinnn Rcllig. Ccfilizi Skcctcrs. I-'OUR Ill ROV: l,uris Xllslrcl. QIOYCC XVils0n, liclclic XYisncr. FIFTH GRADE Q ai! ,Q 1 'l'Ol' ROW: Carrol .Xckm-rinain, lilziinc llznnc, lmnniy llimllnrk. 'llinnny Bates. Carolyn Buclnn. Larry llrzni ncllcr. Maury Branincllcr. Hmncr Klhznnlmcrlin, john Cole. Alcan Clronlmngli. SECOND ROW: .Indy Crosscr, Larry Daly jmin lissingcr. Gcrznlml Glick. Cclcslzi Guinn. Dziviml liilfllllllll. Paul H2ll'llll1lIl, jack jollill. llucl Laillcrly. Larry Oman, l,in1l:i Rcltig. THIRD ROW: .Xrlcn Rilcr. Slcvc Sink. Bcvcrlv Smilli, lcrrv Sinilli. K2llllCI'lllC Sinilh Mike Sniith. Mzirv If-:ni Spziclh, Rolicrl Sparks. Rolicrtn Sparks, ,Xrvilla Dcilrick. Deanna Warner, VL-ru Jczln Wilson, Lconlinc Wise, limlmlic Wnmlwzml. SMITH'S CLOVER FARM Compliments of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Meats JOHN J. SOLT Frozen Foods Arlington, Ohio 19 FII HTH SHADE 'l'OI' ROW: Marilyn Bame, jumly Bates, Nancy Baughmans, W'ilIiam Bishop, joe Brinkman, Mary Lou Davis. Jerome Click. I-'reclmly Gonzales. David Creen. Keith Houdeshell. SECOND ROW: .inn jameson, David jollill. Diane Knight, Betty Kroul, Phyllis Lallerty, Billy Leymaster, Sharon Loach, Ben Boh Mitchell, Eugene Musgrave. Mary Alive Nesler. 'l'HlRD ROW: Roherl Roof, jan Rossman, Diana Turnhell, Lee lVallacc, Keilh jolill. Billy llame. jo .lim Beagle. Nan Bishop, Sandra Crates, .inn Dally. FOURTH ROW: Bohhy Decker. Margaret Decker. john lirrell. jluly Carlinger, Sandra Cossman. Nella Greene, jurlith Crieser, Karen Hosalros, Carol lnhocly, Sally l.a Rocke. FII-"l'H ROW: Gerry Mann, .Xrlene Marquarl, Dick Mercer, Lynn Orwick. Lilea Pifer, Susan Reinking. Sharon Ricliarcl, lan lreece. Marlene Van Cleve, Marie Waltermire, Susan Wisner. .XBSEN'I': Rachel Kimmel, Neil Bushong, Buddy Steinman. LESTER FINK FARM BUREAU INSURANCE H. K. TREECE, M. D. General Liability, Auto, Fire, Life E. R. BURSON, M. D. Phone 45 Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio 20 THIRD GRADE 'l'Ol' ROW: Rosellh Horton, Sally Inbody, Sharon Reichley, Janet Musgrave, Rosemary Bishop, Mary Chamberlain, Betty Riegle, Bonnie Decker. SECOND ROW: Edgar Patton, Eugene Woods, jerry Crohoske, Michael Bishop, Frank joliil, Alan Wolford, Edward Riegle, Richard Lee Smith. THIRD ROW: Howard Skcctcrs, Stephen Riter. jimmy Sparks, jimmy Johnson, Carol Rettig. George Loach, Barbara Baderstscher, Jack Glick. FOURTH ROW: Diane Rettig, Larry Crates, joe Wagner, Margaret Hartman, Becky Long, Connie Bowers, Joyce Kimberly, Connie Lou Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Connie Di Onne, Sue Solomon, David Smith, Bobby Sink, Fred Smith, Norris Beach, Dennis Day, Sharon Businger. SIXTH ROW: David Riegle, Ted Mitchell, Paul Dean Wells, Linda Foltz, David Davis, Kathy Solt, Diane Brauneller. ABSENT: Colleen Deilrick, Wallace Spurlock, Thomas Deahl. LElTER'S MARKET BLUE'S DAUGHTER The Best for Less Your Potronoge is Apprecioted Jenera, Ohio Dunkirk, Ohio 21 SEED D SHADE If X, l'OI' ROW: MZITYCIIZI .Xri'inglon. llriun llilmlcr. l.2ll'l'f' Bihlcr, Russell llraium-llvr. Paul Clhannln-rlin. -loc lilci- vngcr. -lcniwllc ilolc. lk-c .Xnn llzuis, llolmhy lilsczi. llonnic lissingcr. SIAKZOND ROW: Ronnic lissiilgfw. Riclizml Uzillznnl. Cizirol fiOlllllll'S. I4-os Cloiimlcz, Clary llinmlzill, llzirol jznncson, .lczin Kroul. Glcnn l.Illll'l'lf'. Susanna' l.oau'l1. llolmln Nlikinlvy. 'I'lllRlJ ROW: Slcphcn ixlClIgl'l'. Ruth .Xnn Ncsslcr. lllziriziinic I'ilcr. l.ois l'owcIl. lcrzisai I'riu'. llcwrly Rciglc. ulzuncs Rolxcrls, -loc Roinick. .loycc Rossinun. llzirry louslcy. lfOl'R'l'll ROW: -laincl 'l'i'ccu'. .Iain Xlain llrcccc. l.inclzi Wzirncr, l'zilric'iz1 Wells. llc-xlcr XVilson, Marvin Wilson, Maury Pclcrinzin. Philip Ycrinillion. liairvn llisliop. ,XllSl'IN'l': Carolyn Hnrlinun. Wayne Hllfllllllll, llclcn Smilli, Dzilc Dcilrick. FIRST SHADE 'l'Ol' ROW: .llnizi Klomzilcz, -Innc Gillespie, Duviml Powell. Cilllly Sink. llolilmy Rlilfllllilfl, .Xnn Long. Nlimlizicl llcmlcr. llolmhy Kiliznnlmcrlin. Wzillcr Slllllll. jim Schultz. SICCIOND ROW: 'loininy Mvrccr. l.ois .Xnn Wilson. ,lain KCllllll'l'lT, Mzirisinnc Karin, livcrcll Rciglc, Ronnie XVollor1l. -lzmcl jollill, -Iinnny Su-ininzin. Mary lillcn lonslcy, Charles llz1rlnmn.'l'lllRll ROW: Billy Bainic. Naomi Guinn. llzirlxzirzi Bczml, Mary Lcc Rizlizircl. Dziviml l.zillcrly. lilziin Slllllll, Klliairlvs llrzilcs. Mary lJiOnnc. CLrcIclicn Xl'ilson, .Klan Mdlillcn. -loc Bishop. Compliments of ARLINGTON HARDWARE 8. ELECTRIC THE JOHN STEINMAN LUMBER CO. LEE H. GILLESPIE Arlington, Ohio Phone 28 General Electric81 R.C.A. 22 S QRTS - To 2 rom Vfsifo ri -Qme Gvufmysf-N fk,4lmgs'f.QXN WW if SB N i mm Q-Inf, . 0 ,A - J r '? Rf Z K E , X K 2 C mpliments of DAVIS HI-SPEED 24 H G I Repair and Wrecker Service Ph 161 Arli gt Oh FIJUTB I.I. Arlington High School opened its '5I lootball campaign in the Findlay Preview where they lought Ada High School to a scoreless tie 0-0. 'l'he next week the young Red Devils played North Baltimore on our own gridiron. It was then that Arlington's fabulous win streak was broken at L15 gatnes without a defeat. Score - North Iialti- more 7 - Arlington ti. On the following Friday night the Van Iiuren team came to Arlington lor the league opener. Arlington led Ill-I-l alter a rugged lirst hall, but when the linal gun went oil, the score was FH-lil in lavor ol' Arlington. Ifor our next gatne we traveled to McComb, where we inet one ol' the powerhouses ol' the leagtte. Arlington led 7-ti at halltitne: but the McComb boys went ahead I3-7 in the third quarter. It was in the last quarter that Arlington covered a AIcContb luntble in the end-lone lor the tieing touchdown. 'I'he final score was Arlington I3 - lNlcCo1nb ISS. The lollowing week the Red Devils inet a lavored Arcadia eleven on the Arlington gridiron, Init the tztstbtmpawittg Red Devils rolled over the visitors 27-0. A week later Coach Castor and his crew traveled to Liberty and tronnced the inexperienced liagles -I8-tl. On October I8 Arlington traveled to Cory-Rawson to play what proved to be the game ol' the year lor the Red Devils, since the championship was at stake lor both teatns. Arlington, getting oll' to a slow start in the lirst quarter, cante back in the second quarter to score ti points, and stay ahead for a hall'-tiine score ol' ti-Il. Cory4Rawson, boasting the best offense in the county, cattle out in the third quarter and scored a touchdown hy way ol' an Arlington luntble on the Red Devil 25-yard line to take the lead ol' 7-ti at the ettd ol' three quarters. But it was late in the lourth quarter that Arlington exploded with their new spread lortnation. The Red Devils marched 60 yards down the held, and the Hornets were ballled when the Castorians crossed the goal line lor the gatne-winning touchdown. Iiinal score Arlington I8 H Cory-Ravvson 7. 'I'he lollowing week Vanlue opposed the chantpionship bound Red Devils and again Arlington came Olll on top to win 26-0. Alt. Iilanchard invaded the Castor-coached Red Devils in the lollowing week but to no avail. Arlington catne out on top hy a score ol' F59-0 to clinch Arlington's sixth consecutive championship. Again we give much credit to Coach Castor for his splendid work in bringing the young' and in- experienced Red Devils to their fith straight championship. IOI' ROW: Mgr. I'hiIIip Rogers. Bill Alge, Bob NVeIls. Ilob Crosser, David Cillespie. Don SIIIIIII, Harold Mar- quart. l.eIand I'il'er. Bob Ifink, Raymond lfink, Mgr. SICCOND ROW: Wayne Reichley. john I-'ahI. Bob Houser. Art Ilon- tleshell. -lack Babcock, Donald Buess. Paul Reichlev, Iildon Sznilh, llarold Seek, Norman Harxey. Dick IIOWIIIZIII. 'I'llIRD ROW: .junior Crohoske. jerry Stahl. Leon Cossnian. Ceraltl Inbody, Carl Otnan, Wayne I'eppIe. 'lim Staley. I'ete Wal- terniire. joe Schaal. Hob Myers. IOURIH ROW: Assistant Coach, Robert lNIcClary1 Kenneth Kimmel. Cene 'l'reece. Charles Hindall. 'l'otn Christoll. -lint Brubaker, Bob Reigle, Cene Line, David Leiter. Bob Wootlrttll, -lim Myers, ft 'ich II'trold Castor. .h 4 4 TRAUCHT STORE Arlington, Ohio 2-1 x X e l 3 1 i K Q' gal i A . l .1 TS l'g -' 'i fp all 1 f 2 ' K, X sind' 5-if X - f if A Q i t'S'fS's is of r + 5 ' f 'i T . Q ' 1 5.1 11 no W Q T .,.li Q .y 1 ak. 'X - -ir A awfil 3 E S 5 I? s 5 M tf L. Q L K gg Q JJ, 'ww.,1.4Q, Q N sis ' Sf: f- .X Z fl 5. w, if 5 ' , . , wr? 5 , E, . Syl xxsg if fx 'S f ig Sgr Q 'i s ,Q iii' BF are Q f, mn., Q S , i wmwsg 'S' is S Q . yi: gig mg ' ' S my 5 A Si. , . 3 5 t s 1. -A Q '55 5 W 351 5 -offs 5 i I . Q 5 1 K - xi 5 i i S Q Q Q i li vs 9- - A r,,..,.x A, fi . 'nies' , ,. N. FEM ' Q A Q ' " Y? s 1 T Q RUSSELL BISHOP Certified Seeds and Hybrids Universal Elevators and Deep Freeze Appliances Findlay, Ohio, R. R. No. 4 Phone 406lM4 NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE FIBRES, INC Findlay, Ohio 5 E Q . 1 s 'Q x N Wj3'.4' I5 if r M . , Q ' f ' 5 f asf'-ri ALM THE HANCOCK BRlCK8.TILE COMPANY BRANDMAN METAL 8. IRON CO Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio 'ws 'I'OI' ROW: Kenny Kimmel. Charles Ilinilall. Roherl Houser, james Slalev. Carl Oman. Don IY1lIIl'l'lIIII4l?, Imldon Smith. Mr. Mctlary. IIOI IOM ROW: Gene Line. jerry Stahl, Arthur Iloudeshell, james lhiilnalter. Wayne I'epple. Gerald Iulmodv. SHETH LL 'l'he Arlington Red Devils opened the lil5l-52 haskethall season with a rousing victory ovel Lykens ol' Clrawlord County, till to 27. The next week the Red Devils walloped .Xrcadia 75 to 37 in their Iirst league contest. The lollowiug' week Liherty lell helore the .-Xrlington onslaught Tl to -ll. A tough Dunkirk squad gave the Red Devils a scare before howinp 67 to 55. 5 Vanlue gave the Red Devils their lirst deleat ol the season 55 to 53, m a game that saw six .'Xl'I1IlQ- ton players lost on louls. llack in the winning road again, the Red Devils pounded the Mt. Illanchard Hurricanes 80 to 52 alter trailing Ill to I2 at the llrst quarter. Once heaten Alackson-l.ilmerty, from Seneca County, was the next Arlington victim 62 to -lil. Iiad weather caused the next two games to he postponed. The cold, however, lailed to cool the Red Devils off. as they knocked Nlcflomh out ol' a Iirst place tie hy the score ol' 535 to Alll. 'I'he lollowing' night the undeleated Iforest Rangers eased hy the Red Devils 58 to 52 tagging them with their second loss ol' the campaign. Ihe .Xrcadia Redluen were the next .Xrlin-fton victims, alter leading luv only one Joint at hall'- . rr rv n , , tune. J.: to AIO. 'l'hey next night whipped a soy'homore-studded Liberty team 157 to ill. 'I'he following' Nloudav the Red Devils knocked Cory-Rawson into third place, flfl to 29, alter trailing' lor the Iirst three quarters. On Friday night the Red Devils treked to Vanlue lor a return engagement with the potent IVild4 rats, and alter leading all the way, stood oil' a last ditch rally to come home victorious '15 to -l l. to take over sole ownership ol' first place. Compliments of DICKEN'S STUDIO Photographers for Arlington High Bill Wonders, Mgr.-Fostoria, Ohio 27 itll - owing' night to protect then ont 5. C The Real Devils spztnketl Nlt. lllznu'hzn'cl till to tlll tht loll 5 ' the "Little liightn loop, znul rztise their sezison's reeorcl to I2 wins :nul - .sts. ' ' ' ' A he Retl Devils again engzigetl the Knights. this tinur on the .Xrlington - hv sixth-plzue Vain Buren iii to 15. ' " rt'llt'ls" ol! Cory- gin in 'los' -Q ' H l'rul.iv night t ' ' ' 'is the' lnetful J l' ll helore the lla Xl 'flllllllh 'llhe l'0llUWlllh I I nrt. The Devils haul no tronhle this tinu .. y The Real Devils, with the league tit ' 2 ' "1 ned up e , nul were knoeketl into seeotul plz 'r tlneiking -lil to -I8 loss to . 4 le sttnnnely M1111 .iwson il to 158, 1 ut with 11 heztr . I nitiu-rs. TIIUHNI-XMENT H!-1 E ln their lirst tourney Sl2Il'l the Retl Devils set it new llznuoek County 'llUlllillillllt'lll reeortl hy roniuing Liberty, 82 to till. the Real Devils threw the tough CIory'Rztwson Hornets, the teznn who, :along ' Jionshi J. Revenge wats sweet, however, :is the I l"or their seeoiul gznne , with lxlfclfllllll, haul eost thetn the bounty league Lhznnl , I ' " .' :tl to l'zu'e the potent Nleflonih l':tnthers, ' ' ' 'liininziletl the Retl Devils won A15 to 'l l. K tls ol' the eonntv tonrnznlu'nt the Real Duils ht 'l ltotn contention hut the previous night h.ul t R tl Devils however. :titer trztiltng Ch nn ln the lin: x I who not only haul knoeketl the Real Devi s ' Vainlne XViltlt'atts, the regnlzn' seatson Clhznnps, hy fiiteen points. The e .. lor three qnnrters, went zihezul in the lust period to COIIIC honie with .Xrlington's iirst 'l'otn'ney . 1 - ' ' he seore ol' 'iii to -ll. ' " " the Rell Devils tlrew the Nlehnore Trojztns who ble 'ts thev eznne honu' pionship since ISI-ih with t . ln the Cllaiss "li" District 'lonrnznnent att ltllin 4 won lost reeortl The retl hot Red Devils hzul very httlt tion uhs tht tt nn th'tt haul elitninzttetl fl 1 t':n'rietl at U-lflj ' . . with zt victorious score ol' 138 to -I5. n their Sl'L'OIlll gznne :tt 'l'ill'in the Retl Devils tlrew the l,tu'zisCl ' 1 . ' ' - ' ' 'r linztls ol lzist yezn"s tlistriet tourney. XVith hoth teznns hztvinh zthnost ' " ' ' reversed, :is the Red Devils stoppetl the l the Arlington qtnnt in tht qtnntt the sanne starting leanns on the lloor, the sitnzttion mis just powerlul "C1nhs"5l to -ill. ' ' 1 Retl Devils were eliniinutetl hy Syeznnore in the semi-linzils 58 to A10 its they lnt ' ' Rtl Devils hzul at very good sezison's reeortl ol' Ill wins :nul 'l'he Arlington their worst lJCl'C'Clllitg't' oi' the season. lhe tc 5 losses. Crestline, Ohio San-A-Pure Dairy Crestline Music Shop Harry M. Ward Co ' 520 North Thormcn Sf. Bryon, Ohio Findlay, Ohio 28 HESEH E5 BXCIK ROXYZ Roh Nlycrs. Roh l'lOllSl'l'. john Flllil. Don W:llIvl'lnii'n-. llzlrnlcl Sock. Cuzifli Rohvrl lxllfilillf. l"RON'l ROW: RIZIIIZIQUI' lllmrlcs llimlalll. AIQICR llzilu'm'L. Clzlrl Omam. .lim slilllf. lilclnn Smilh. limi Smith. UNIUH HIGH Q. ,??"tM 1 - x ,W- W 5 i- F Y, 1,yrW'h ff 'Z wwf fy, A 'i Q me-Q W 15' IVRON l' ROW: .lorry llvztglc, Nlannzml Slcinmzm. Xllniiu Sink. liuh Cirusscr. .lim Smith. Sl-QCZONIJ ROW: .lim .Xt- ringlon. l.:n'ry Ili-zlrli, Dick HUWIIIQIII. 'l'um Krnskc, Hill .Xlgc-. Lewis l"l'Zlllll. 'l'lllRll ROXY: .Ianni-s liannc. Rnlrcrl Chivscr. llalrolml Suck. l.l'l2llHl l'ili'l', -lorry lhwlrli. Paul Drain Smith, Daniml Cillcspic. NOYIIIZIH llalru-5, Beistle Furniture Mart Potferson's Compliments of Furniture and Appliances 4l8 S. Main St. Findlay Hancock County Auto 1600 Lima Ave. Now In Our Second Dealers Findlay, Ohio Century 29 'snail Compliments of Evans Typewriter Company Hancock County Farm Equip- Royol Typewriters- ment Association Office Equipment Findlay, Ohio E50 hllllll' Crzlnirr. Imfl In Right A linir ffl'fllllI'l'. Hl'i'Hl'l'I' Rurlulmugli. Rn'1r'i'Iu Hinflall. .Iiulv Ilui'Imrlii, Phyl- lis 1lu1l1l1'.s'l1r'il. lfr'i'iiir'r' IEUIIIIIIIIIIIQII. Lrfl In Right - ,Iiuly llurtiiiuii, li1'rr11'r1' lfflllllilllllgfl. Qluiir' ffm- imfr. lfUIIl'Vffl Hinrlall, I'hylli.i' Ilr1i11lf'sl11'll. Slnmlirig. I.1'fI In Right - Sliir- lffy Cook. Alrirllln lii'r'1'i1r'. Vir- ginia lifllfll. lx'111'f'Iir1q' - lun- irz' lX'fllIPll1'l. lirirlmrri lirr'f'21. l,1'fl lu Riglll - AIIIVIIIII firr'1'm'. I'ii'gir1ia lifrlrlr. Sliirlry ffnnlc. vlllllffl' Kimnwl, 1ini'lmi'1l fii'l'l'll!,. Edward Bosse Deoier in Hoy, Strow, ond Cool Jenero, Ohio U 3 EQ HQ Q ,, J N A I Y I x , --'HX -, ATE ' nf 5 7 if ,5 .' " ' ,, Ss. 7+-1 NX f ' .g,flR?+i F W - X Y A 1 f X X1 , V 0 ' IW N X , ' 0 Q x 2 f E71 H . WI ML If If lj 'KV f f y X M R ,I f ff ' A 5 I ' gl 'Pg 1 + "5 Q f if 'f 4 f I X 1 t k X.: i X N 1 :gp N, Ng? if I X V 5 YN La K YZ ! IV 1 ' ?5 3 'I' N'?'?4 L p f - X I ' I E115 NNN mi H Ei XJ llO'l"l'OM ROW: Audrey Arrington. Susanna Rettig, Mary Ann Schaller, Marna Roniick. Nancy McKinley. Nancy Smith, Shirley Gillespie. .Kun Smith, Reina Fink, Carol .Xrnientrout. Martha Yollrath. Geraldine Walters. SHI- OND ROW: Martha Rauwrh, liileeu Sclunehl. Nancy Butte, Marlene 'l'raucht. Norma jean Rettig. Kathleen Smith, It-anine Hartman. llarliara Cook, Lucille Stahl, liileen Feller, Danna Cronlmaugh. Phylles Kiarwootl. Janice Hiuclall, Mary Xnn Beach, Sally King, Ruth Walterinire, llarlmara Hintlall. Carol Reigle. THIRD ROW: liilenc l'il'er, Bernice Rotlaliaugh. Nancy lizune. Mary I.ou Fullerton, Mary Louise Bower, Phyllis Ackerman, Dorothy Ciarwootl. Marlene Businger, Mary owe lioelun. Marilyn Hunter, une Kiranier, Shirley Cook. Shirley Grimes. Virginia Beach. janel Frantz. Marilyn Hintlall. l , . .l Beverly Bililer. Sheila Steiiuan. GIRLS' ELEE EI. B This year the club has sung at lNlc'CIoinb, Ohio on March lil and are going to attcntl the District contest held at ,Kala on Marrh 5. This line group under the tlireftion ol' David Zoll is ZlCCOlllIJ2lI1lCll by Dorothy Uarwootl. Findlay, Ohio EIHLS' ENSEMBLE ll'l"'I' 'FO RlCLll'l': liernire Roclahaugli. Donna Clronliaugh, Dorothy Garwootl. june tlrzuner. Shir- lev Grimes. Virginia lleacli, Mary Lou Fullerton. Feeds, Fence, Paint Trout Furniture Co. Farm Supplies, Chemicals The S 81 S Drug Store Jenera Cooperative Assn. 223 South Main Street Jenera, Ohio Phone 409 Findlay, Ohio 32 ml Klligill, Kl'llIll'lil Kimiiicl. limi Cllirisiull. i 2 ti ii ii? 1 SE is XS Q Q - .i S R e s if l5O'l"l'OXI ROW: Rairinnnml lfink. Noriiinn Hnrwr. Dziritl Gillcs mic, Holi Ciosscr. I'i:misl. Sliirlm Grim 'sg Ricliziril . l . 4 Knight, Doiizilal Wclicr. .lim lissingcr. SICCOND ROW: liugcnc lNlarquz1rl, john lfzilil. Iloliii lluuscr. lilclun Siiiilli, Holi ilOllSL'l'. .Xrlliur ilOlllil'SilL'ii. luiii fiill'iSlOii', .Xllzni Xlgc, .lim .xl'l'illglOlI. 'l'lllRll ROW: William .X4'kt-riiizni, Rmizilil llvalvli. Rirllallwl XYoll'ur4l. Darwin NYilsim, .Xlxiii lfcllcr. Rohn-rl XYuuclrllll'. BUYS'GLEE CLUB ,X lim' group ol' Iioys coinpost-tl ol' 235 voices lizivc zitlclcd mufli to our music' clcpzirtiiicnl uiimlcr thc czipaililv clircclion ol Nlr. Ilziricl lull. llic mcinlicrs ol' Llic club have zippivriailccl Lliv work ol' their ll'C'OllllJlllliSl, Miss Sliirlcy Griim-s. 'l'l1c cuniliinccl lioys' :intl girls' glcc vluli :irc pi':ic'lic'iiig lor an spring " D in ' OIJL'l'L'll1l, fillllllllh 2 '.i HUY5'UUAHTET l'I,XNlS'l': Sliirlcr Grimm-s. I-'ROM I.lil"'l' 'IO RlCLlll': hlulin lIcills1'r. Rirli- Crushed Stone ond R. C. Wineland Watch Shop Bert General Store Agricultural Lime Complete Clock ond Watch Houcktown, Ohio Pifer Stone Co. Repoir Gro.-Hdwr.-Gos-Oil-Elec, Ph. Arlington l5l-F-21 Elgin ond Bulova Supplies Williomstown, Ohio Jenero, Ohio Fifi S ' z ali B0'l"I'0M RONV: Bob Crosser, jim Arrington, Raymond Fink, Richard Knight, Darwin Wilson, .Xlvin Feller, Wil- liam Ackerman. SECOND ROW: liilene l'il'er, Audrey Arrington, Mary Ann Schaller, Mama Romick, Nancy McKinley. Nancy Smith, Shirley Gillespie, Ann Smith. Rema Fink, Martha Vollrath, Geraldine Walters. 'l'HlRD ROWVZ Bernice Rotlabangh, liileeu Sclnnehl, Nancy Butte, Marlene 'I'raucht, Norma jean Rettig, Barbara Cook, Lucille Stahl, Marilyn Hunter. Donna Cronbough. Phyllis Garwood, Mary Ann Beach. Marilyn Hindall, Beverly Bibler. Sheila Steinman. janel Frantz. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Bame, Mary Lou Fullerton. Mary Louise Bower, Phyllis Ackerman. Dorothy Garwood. Mary joyce Boelnn, june Cramer, Shirley Cook, Shirley Grimes, Virginia Beach, .Xllen Alge, David Gillespie, Kenneth Kimmel. FIFTH ROXVZ Norman Harvey, john Fahl, lilclon Smith, john Houser, Bob Houser. Arthur Houdeshell. 'l'om Christoll. Ronald Beach, Richard H'oll'orcl, Donald NVeber. Robert X'N'ooclrull'. .XBSICNT XVHEN l'lCl l'Rli XVXS 'l'.XKliN: l-Iugene Marquart. MIXED IIHIJH 5 The mixed chorus under the direction ol' Mr. David Zoll has 58 members. lVith Shirley Cook as accompanist, this group has had a very interesting year working toward achievement ol' a high rating in the District contest at Ada. Several ol' this group had the pleasure ol' singing in the County Fes- tival held at Mt. Cory-Rawson on january 26. The officers elected this year follow: President, Tom Christoll: Vice Prcsiclent, Darwin Wilson: Librarian, Lucille Stahl, Secretary, Shirley Cook. Country Market Findlay Hardware Groceries, Meat, General The M. D. Neff Lumber Co 220 South Main Street Merchandise Main St. 81 Nickel Plate RR. Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio 34 BAD Unee again the .X. H. S. Band macle its valnahle contribution to the loothall season by providing exeellent pre-game anal hall'-time displays ol' formation and marching. ln atltlition to being a line inarehing hantl, the mnsieal group also tlemonstratecl its ability as a eoneert hantl hy giving a eoneert in the sehool auditorium on lfehrnary flrtl nntler the tlireetion ol' Mr. David Zoll, our new instructor. 'l'his year we participated in the annual mttsieal lestival helcl at Cory-Rawson High Sehool .lanuary Qtith nntler the clireetion ol' Mr. XV. Oscar -lones ol' Findlay High School and Mr, Clarence YV. Ussen- heimer ol' lleitlelherg College in 'l'ill'in. The eoneert hantl will enter the N. ll. tlistriet eontest to he heltl at .Xtla, .Xpril 5, anal the soloists are preparing to enter the clistriet atttlitions heltl at Lima. The ollieers eleetetl this year are: Presiclent, llohn Houser: Vice Presitlent, Rirhartl Knight: Secre- tary, Shirley Cook: l.ihrarian, Sheila Steinman. 3 sbllwiiii fir salsa in ggi .gsm I-'IRSIA Rflxvi .ltnly llartntan. Phyllis lloiltlesliell. Bernice Roilahangh. Rolmerta Hinilall, SICCOND ROW? Shirley tlrimes. lanel l'il'2lllll. Daiitl Gillespie, ,lim Smith, john lfahl, Sheila Steinman. john tlrosser, Marlene lranelit, William .Xekerin:in. llarliara Cook, tlarol Xrkerinan, liill .Xlge. llllRll ROW: jerry Beach, Kathleen Smith, Reina lfink, lNlartha Yollralh. Carol Xnn lranthl. .lohn llonser. Nlary .loree Boehm, Dorothy Ciarwooil, Virginia lleaeh. Shirley Cook, Shirley t-illespie. Nami Smith, Sonia tirieser. Rita Sehaler. june Ciramer. Marilyn Hintlall. l"OllR'lill ROW: jerry lleagle, Nor- ma 'lean Rettig, l-Iileen lfeller. Phyllis tiarwooil. .Xllen Xlge. .Xrthnr Hontleshell. Bolm Houser, Sallx King, Don XV2llll'l" mire. .leanine llarlman. lingene Klarqnart. I-'ll-'l'll ROW: llnane Warner. liltlon Smith, l.neille Stahl, Rieharrl Knight, Phyllis .Xilsernian, Donna Clronlwangli, tieraliline Walters. ,XISSI-lN'l: Yirgil Clotner. DA IIE BA Il lhis newly Ul'gLlllllL'll group is planning to make pnlilit appearames next tear. llie elexen nientlrers are tliteeteil In llatitl loll. Bowman's Restaurant Neuhauser Hatcheries, Inc. Home Cooking Royal Tire Service Poultry, Feeds, and Supplies Dinners ond Short Orders 326 West Mciin Cross Street Phone 38 Arlington, Ohio Fountoin Service Findlay, Ohio 35 , S'3'l71-555 ' AGE 534' Neefi ng T985-dvay K., Wednesday N19 K+. ffigff 150 PM' w,"3a.4'f..'f:.. ,sqm . YW? ' eg H1C..,1.,, NNN' To Be :r'..d3..1 jg: K Safuqaas WSL'-'.34 '1 T? V Hvrimng I- EQ'-AEWPF, gr' P2 Ennis Hnnbuwd ' Qqlllgy' . Lrafer- , 34:41 I 1 ,f IW N? iw W lj L5 :IZJCILL X -- fi A f X, X Q N- ' 'Q x 'fill x ff -.f'fiCQ":,v.-. ' . I 1 f J .J N x V 4 'iv y' 'QW M u 'T' I 1 u 'K ',' 4 f ., f ww I ... .. g ., A I 1 I H' Ky- F.H. . 'l'Ol' ROW: Yixizin Freed. lilzirnn Roinirk, Geraldine Walters, Audrey Arrington, Nancy Bznne, Clolene llihler, Marilyn llindull. Carrol Reigle, Shirley Clihson, Ruth lillen Hindnll. Sl-ICIONIJ ROW: Miss Miller. Arlene l'il'er, Mary .Xnn Schziller. Ruth xvZlllCl'lllll'C. Lucille Sltllll, Marlene llusinger. Mary Ann Bezuli, Qlillllfll lilindzill. B2ll'll2ll'il Hindzill. Norlnzi jenn Rellig. THIRD ROW: june Klrzuner, Donna fillbllllllllgil, Sheila Steinman. liileen l'il'er, Virginian llezicli. Mary l,ou lfullerlou. Maury Louise liowers, Nlairthu Yollrulh. The Arlington l".H..X. Chapter ol l!l5l-i952 organized in September electing the following offi- eers: President, Virginian lleueh: Vice-l'resident, Eileen Pifer1 Secretary, Sheila Steinman: 'l'rezisurer, Mary Lou Fullerton: Reporter, Mary Louise Bower: Recreation Chuirmzin, Ruth lillen Hindull. Miss .lezin Miller is the advisor ol' the Chapter, whifh has an enrollment ol' 27. Mrs. Raymond Steiinnzin is our Clluh Mother. During the present yeair we haive had lots ol' lun. Our hrst activity ol' the yeur was the exhibit ut the Hzllieock County lfziir. Other uetivities throughout the yeztr consisted ol' bi-county meetings held ut Vnnlue und Mt. l+llzuu'luirtl, und ai Clliristnrus party with the F.F.A. boys. At the party we had :in en- -ioyaihle time exiting, playing giunes, and exchanging snizill gifts. A haake sale was held lfehruziry lii, lEl52, wlueh proved successlul. The yezlr wus quite busy, und llle seniors regret leaving in Many. Compliments of Herff Jones Company Bluffton College Compliments of Class Rings, Medals, Trophies Bluffton, Ohio HOUDESHELL'S PLACE P. D. Cook, Representative The Truth Makes Free Arlington Ohio 0' :rl L TIN III. B " in " I 2- ffrfs or 'M I-IRSI ROW: Rvmqi I'inL. Lziinl llixlinii, I"ih'vii Ifvllvi. kaillilccii 9llliIil.91iliX King. Ivziiiim- ll1ii'Iiii:iii.X:liiix Niniiii. NHUXH RUN. Iulni f.ii.IIlllNlIlYl. Iiiiiiiix XIIIIIQIHII llimlml Sm-k ll'ii'ln'ii'i Kwok I'IixlIix Mk I II ii ii llixiii Killi mis Iill Xlgi Nli Sliliik 1 A . . . . . . , . 1'lIll.lIl. inli ii N-. . 1 K' 1' ', 'NN L LJ . Hll UH SIIEIETY K . 4 ,-...,,,,,., K no mr IIRNI RONX1 Nlzlix bluxu- linviiiii. llmrullix 1-liek. I'.il4'm' Stiilllbiii. lHc'u'i'lx Ilililvr. Siiirlvx Kiillulviv. Niiiili-x funk. iilm-x C-iiim-N. ,l2lI1k'i lflilllll. xillllilli Xuliailii. Ri-rim Ifiiik. SIKQONII RUXY: lnliu Ilnixwiy lkiiiiii Xiilviii Pliillip Riwi-ix .ixiiv I'i-pplv. Riiiiziiii kiiigiil. Raixiiioiici lliiik. lm-iiiirlii Kiiiiiiivl. Nil. Ikiiilm-r. l A l Compiirnents of The Findlay Printing 8. Jackson Banner Furniture Co Farm Service Center Supply Co. Opposite the Court House Arlington, Ohio Best of luck To the Senior Closs Findloy, Ohio 238 , We sf 5 ' 3 -1.3 , A RN 1 ' .A-.ww :L 3. 5' X - A Y "QQ" A .-" V Q ,Q 4321 SS f 35, lilll'I'0R lll'SlNliSS M.XN.KClliR 'luhn llmxsur Ruin-rl XYumlruH 'l'OI' ROW: Rolwrl Womlrulf. .luhn llouscr. Tom f:lIl'i5lOH'. Riclulrd Knight. Gcnc Lim-. janncs lh'lllmkvr. Wil- lnun .Xfkcrnl:ln, Ruynmml Fink. lllmrlcs llimlnll. Sl-KIOND ROW: Cicruldinc Wnlu-rs, Rullm lillcn llimhlll, Marx' wc Bower. Virginia lh-null. Shirley Klrixncs. nL'lllil'L' Romlallnlugll, jim lissingcr, David l.vilcr. THIRD ROW: R1-mn link, hlllflllll Yullrulll. slum- Crunmcr, Mary Lou l"llHCl'lOll. Sheila Steinman. Shirley Cook, Shirlcy Klillcspic. .M ,,,. I 39 SENIUH PLAY EAST DRIVING ELI-X55 GIHL5' GYM CLASS FIRST ROTVZ Ilob Reigle. Ted lissinger. Gerald lnbody. jerry Stahl. Gene I.ine, Bob XVoodrufl'. H'ayne l'epple. Arllnn' lloudshell, Garl Oman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Mengert. jim Myers, Gene Treece, Alvin Feller, l.eon Gossman. ll'ayne Riechley, Allen Alge. Rob Myers. Harold Marquart. THIRD ROXV: Bob Fink, Melvin llarxey. Arden iYoods, l'aul Riechley. l.elaml I'ifer, Norman Harvey. Bob Wells. The Arlington FFA Ghapter is composed of 25 members, six of whom are graduates. XVe have 57 productive projects and '17 improvement projects. Throughout the year we have had many activities. Several members exhibited at the county fair. During the first part of the school we completed a num- ber of small projects for the school, which included the construction of the nnisic cabinets, moving the cupboards from the old Ag. room to the new one, and other small projects for the school. .At Ghristmas time we had a gift exchange with the FHA girls. XfVe participated in the Hancock Gounty livestock judging in which Gene Treece, jim Myers, and Gene Line placed second in dairy. Bob VVoodruff, Ted lissinger, and jim Myers took first place on the poultry team. jim Myers had the highest individual score on poultry. Then came the state judg- ing. liob l"Voodruff, jim Myers, and Ted lissinger placed third in the state in the poultry contest. Bob NVoodruff, Gerald lnbody, and Gene Line placed eighth in the state in individual. XVayne Pepple, Gerald lnbody, and Gene Line placed twelfth in the state on general livestock contest. The Ghapter started a gilt chain on November 10. A Hampshire Gilt was selected. The gilt was given to jerry Stahl, which later had a litter of ten pigs. Then on February l I we started a safety campaign, checking cars for proper lighting, good brakes, CTC. On March 21 we had a FFA banquet. This is the first banquet we have had since lflrlfl. The eats were furnished by the chapter. The officers for this school year are as follows: President, Hob Vifoodruff: Vice-President, Gene Line: Reporter, jerry Stahl: Treasurer, Gerald Inbody: Secretary, VVayne Pepple: Student Adv., Bob Reigle: and Sentinel. Ted Fssinger. The officers for N53 and '53 are as follows: President, XVayne Pepe ple: Vice-President, Gerald lnbodyg Reporter, Bob Finkg Treasurer, Garl Oman: Secretary, jerry Stahl: Student Adv., Alvin Feller: Sentinel, Arthur Houdeshell. - liy Gem' Line. Wykes 81 Wilson Lumber 81 Ford Farming Headquarters Supply Co. Fishers Dunkirk Tractor Soles Building Materials, Hardware Shell Gas and Restaurant Dunkirk, Ohio 8. Paints Open 24 Hours Dunkirk, Ohio Phone 2l7l Williamstown, Ohio all .S-if 'I uv H53-PCEEU Fino as manga ass U:-U we-EE EMM! 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School started for one hall' day. "Poor Teachers." Played North Baltimore here, our first dc- leat in five years. Score 7 to 6. Van Buren here won first league game, score was 34 to 13. At McComb tied 13 to 13. "WVhat a game!" OCTOBER juniors ordered class rings. Played Arcadia here. Score 27 to 0. Played Liberty there 48 to 0. "We won!" Seniors gave their chapel program. Big Game! Cory-Rawson there, Arlington stayed on top with a 13 to 7 victory. No school, the teachers went to Toledo meeting. Senior paper drive. Seniors had pictures taken by Dicken's Studio at Fostoria. Played Vanlue here, won 26 to 0. -juniors gave their chapel program. Halloween parade ami dance. Halloween! NOVEMBER F.H.A. lnitiation. 4-H Club Achievement night. Freshmen initiation. Played Lykens here. Score 27 to 66. We won! Hunting season began. Played Arcadia here. Score was: 75 to 37. We won again. Played Liberty there with the game coming our way with a score of 41 to 74. Thanksgiving. No school. No school. Played Dunkirk. Score: 55 to 67. We won! Vanlue beat us 53 to 55. DECEMBER Senior play, "Let Me Talk." Second night of Senior play. Mt. Blanchard here. We won: 80 to 52. Played Amsdon. WVe won: 62 to 44. Out of school and no game that night be- cause of the big now storm. F.F.A. and F.H.A. Christmas party. No school. First day of Christmas vacation. Back to school. JANUARY "HAPPY NEW YEAR!" Grade school Operetta. Played McComb here. Won 53 to 40. Forest there. Lost 58 to 52. Senior boys had dinner as guests of the Rotary Club of Findlay at the Elks. Played Arcadia here. Won 55 to 40. Played Liberty here. Score: 67 to 31. Played Cory-Rawson over there. lVon again with a score of 33 to 29. Played at Vanlue, won 45 to 41. Mt. Blanchard played here. We won 60 to 40. Played Van Buren over there. Score was 58 to 49. Played Van Buren here. Score was 64 to 45. We won! County music Festival at Cory-Rawson. FEBRUARY Played Cory-Rawson here. Lost 38 to 41. McComb there. Lost 48 to 49. Tournament at Findlay. Played Liberty. We won 82 to 49. . -Ir. High Tournament at McComb. -Ir. High Tournament at McComb. Sr. High Tournament at Findlay. Played Cory-Rawson. We won 45 to 41. Sr. High Tournament at Findlay. Played McComb. We won 46 to 41. Tournament at Tiffin. Played Mehnore. We won 68 to 49. MARCH Tournament at Tiffin. Played Lucas. We won 51 to 49. Tournament at Tiffin. Played Sycamore. Lost 40 to 58. Honor Society at Mt. Blanchard. County music auditions at McComb. F.F.A. Banquet. Career day at Findlay College for the Han- cock County Seniors. District solo and ensemble music contest at Lima. APRIL Athletic Banquet. junior play, "The Big Help." District Band and Chorus Contest at Ada. Half a day of school. "Good Friday." Honor Society Banquet at Cory-Rawson. Eighth grade Scholarship tests. Second show- ing of junior play. State solo and ensemble contests at Spring- Held. State band and chorus contests at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio. MAY District Scholarship tests at Bowling Green University. High School operetta. "Campus Daze." High School operetta. "Campus Daze." Junior and Senior banquet. Seniors last day of school. Exams. Exams. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Page l SATURDAY MORNING, I07I WAR HERO 'RUMORS ARE EXTRA! CHARLES HINDALL RETURNS TODAY Sl'1ATTl.li - Corp. Hindall, recent hero ol' World War -l, re- turned today to accept the medal ol' honor from President Ackerman. Barbara Greene, Corp. Hindall's wile and their three children met him at the airport. David Leiter. this pa- per's star photographer, was johnny on the Spot with his 551,000 Shoot-em-Right Camera, patented by the well-known in- ventress, Shirley Gillespie. Backs Treece Plan jim Myers, speaker belore the F.F..-X. Convention, came out Iavorably lor the much discussed bill lor the farmers, formulated by the Secretary ol' .Xgriculture. Gene Treece. ATTRACTIVE AIR-JET UNVEILED Eugene Marquart, owner ol' the Ford Motor Co., announced today that the I97l model Ford's Marque Airmobile will be on display at all local Ford dealers beginning tomorrow. The small amount ol' S020,000.05 will buy this magnihcent piece ol' work. Mr. lNIarquart, in his spare time, works as a janitor in the Chevrolet Garage. WANT ADS: FOR S.XI,li - Cheap - Folks, here's the opportunity to buy the very Iirst brand new Marque .Xirmobile lor only S02ti,000.05 at Ruth Hindall's Sales and Service. Nosey for No:sey?l Neighbor Rema Fink, the sensational XVa-a-a-Qerj ol' RKO Studios re- cently was asked how she hap- pened to choose such an un- llsual occupation as portraying a crying baby lor a living. She replied she was singing one day and a neighbor suggested it. She has her tonsils insured lor i5l0,000. FLYING' Kenny Kimmel, President ol' the Kinnnel Airlines ol America, is sending his top pilot, Doro- thy Garwood, to see Queen Mary Lou Qlfullertonj ol' Dalto- dillia to give prool' to the rumor that Mary Louise Bower swam the Blanchard River upstream in a record time ol' 5 weeks, 2 days, L17 hours, and 2 minutes. Miss Bowers, a lormer airline hostess ol' KA ol' .X was told to "jump in the lake" by Pilot Garwood during a heated argu- ment over misunderstood in- structions. Miss Garwood is worried that Mary Louise took her too seri- ously! Happy hunting, Dorothy! JEWELS STOLEN! Shirley Ann Grimes, the wealthy millionaress, reported a robbery at her New Year's Eve party. A quarter ol' a million dollars worth ol' jewels were deftly taken Ollt ol' her sales dur- ing the celebration. The suspect is now being traced to Holly- wood by Police Captain Sheila Steinman, who won the title two years ago as 'Police Wloman ol the Year.' MRS. AMERICA OF 'I97'I SELECTED The outstanding b a th i n g beauty judge, jim Brubaker, chose the Mrs. America ol' l07I last night. The winner was the lormer Geraldine X'Valters, Irom Colorado. Her prizes were a platinmn cup studded with diamonds and a six-weeks vacation at Reno, Nevada. BULLETIN! Virginia M. Beach, and Tom Christoff, the Cleveland Ice Ca- pades Stars team, will give a thrilling performance at the Pa- villion, Wlednesday evening. Most spectacular is th e i r death-delying trick ol' jumping through hoops llaming witl1 lire. Admission - flFl0.00 per. The X'Voody Talent Show will appear at the Stork Club next Friday night. This year R. I.. Woodruff has in his show a great number ol' new discoveries. The main attractions are: Martha Vollrath and her trained caninesg plus the lamed concert pianist Shirley Cook. EXPANSION AS PRICES SOAR Bob Reigle's Coon Factory is expanding as the prices ol' coon lur pieces take a sharp rise. IVeber-Line Construction Co. purchased the exclusive building contracts in the great manulac- turing centers ol' Akron and .Xrlington. Don H. XVc-ber is the plant de- signer and Gene li. Line, Co. partner. Sale of Brooklyn Bridge ls Mistake jo .-Xnn Clinger was recently relieved of her position as sales manager in C. Penny Co. to become real estate agent for the Rodabaugh Realty. Miss Cling- er became so enthused with the 2tl't ol' selling that she made the mistake ol' selling the Brooklyn Bridge to Theodore lissinger. He now holds the job ol' toll- collector. Detroit Mayor Resigns Unexpectedly il. X'Vilson Houser, Mayor ol' Motor City the past three years, resigned today giving at the rea- son, the recent election ol' Rich- ard Knight at City Auditor. ADVOCATES HOT- ROD H IGHWAYS jim lissinger, President ol' the Hot-Rods ol' America, declared today that there would be lewer accidents if everybody drove Hot-Rods. HPllII1i.YllI'II nm! lirlilczl by CiYlIlIl'l'Il7Il1 Fink News Agency." JUHE5 Dorothy G.: In order to make these strength Dave: l've known you for three years. Could exercises more effective, they must be done each you lend me ten bucks? mm ning in hont ol an open window. Jim M.: NO! Ruth Ellen H.: But before I do the exercises, D' . Wh tp how do l have the strength to open the window? 'We' Y no jim M.: Because l've known you for three years. O 0 Geraldine KN.: lVould you be satisfied il' you U I had all the money you Wanted? Kenneth: Which month has twenty-eight days ll t? .Io Ann C.: l'd be satisfied if I had all the U money my bill collectors wanted. - ' Y Shille Grimes: All of them. Q 0 Mary Lou F.: Is this the weather bureau? Bob W.: "You've got to treat some women Mary Louise B.: That's right. like Cocktails' Mary Lou F.: How about a shower tonight? Gene LJ what do you mean? Mary Louise B.: It's perfectly okay with me if Bob W.: Give 'em a good shaking up. you want to take one. -16 JUHE5 Willie: Did I tell you the latest joke I heard? Harry: Is it funny? Willie: Yes. Harry: Then you haven't told it to me. 0 Raymond: My uncle is a politician. Mr. Castor: What is he running for? Raymond: WVell, the Senate Investigating Com- mittee dug up his record, so now he is running for a train. 0 Mr. Rost: Who is that telegram from? Mr. Bihler: Western Union. 0 Dick: You've been going with Charlene for years. Why don't you marry her? john: I have thought of that. But then where would I spend my evenings if I did? Virginia B.: Now, now, Tom, it isn't nice to be eating a doughnut all by yourself without offering any of it to other people. You've got to share things with others. Tom C.: O.K., I'll share my doughnut. You can have the hole part. 0 Reina F.: "Hey, your dog hit me in the ankle!" Martha V.: "Well, he's only a little hit of a thing. He couldn't reach up any higher." 0 Shirley C.: See that rooster over there? He al- ways stands with one foot in the air. Sheila S.: "Why does he do that? Shirley C.: Because he'd fall on his face if he tried to keep both feet in the air. ELI-ISS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1952, of Arlington High School, the village of Arlington, the county ol Hancock and the State of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, declare this our last will and testa- ment. We, in all fairness, hope that our underclassmen and teachers are more able to reach agreements and see eye to eye than we were: I, Nvilliam G. Ackerman, will my stocky build to anyone who think they have the energy to carry it around. ' l, Virginia Beach, will my ability to go steady to Mary Ann Beach. I, Mary Louise Bower, will my ability to be embarrassed easily to Mary Ann Schaller. I, jim Brubaker, will my basketball trunks to .lack Babcock, who wore hit out sitting on the bench last year. I, june Cramer, will my tall slenderness to Nancy McKinley. I, Thomas E. Christoff, will my ability to carry a tune to anyone who has a bucket. l, .Io Ann Clinger, will my inability to under- stand democracy to Mary 'Ioyce Boehm. l, Shirley Cook, will my cheer-leading outht to Carol Armentrout. l, jim Essinger, will my skillful ability in table tennis to Melvin Harvey. I, Ted Essinger, will my fast talking ability to Harold Marquart. I, Raymond Fink, will my understanding of history to anybody who has the initiative to study it. I, Rema Fink, will my ability to give Mr. Cas- tor thrills and gray hairs in driving course, to Marna Romick. I, Mary Lou Fullerton, will my red hair to anyone who has the temper to go with it. I, Dorothy Garwood, will my clarinet to any- one who has. the wind to blow it. I, Barbara Greene, will my ability to flirt with a certain senior girl's boy friend to Suzanna Rettig. I, Shirley Gillespie, will all my boy friends to Carol Reigle. I, Shirley Grimes, will my ability to argue in democracy class to Dorothy Glick. I, Charles Hindall, will my ability to go with a cheer leader to anyone who has the cheer to go with it. I, Ruth Ellen Hindall, will my ability to play basketball to Brenda Bowman. I, John Houser, will my mathematical ability to Don Waltermire. I, Kenneth Kimmel, will my ability to get into trouble to Gerald Inbody. I, Richard Knight, will my woman-hating traits to Jim Staley. I, Gene Line, will my basketball ability to Arden Woods. I, David Leiter, will my ability to drive care- fully in Findlay to Carl Oman. I, Eugene Marquart, will my sophisticated, professorlike ways to Joe Louis Schaaf. 1, Jim Myers, will my ability to argue coon hunting to Allan Alge. I, Bob Reigle, will my ability to go raccoon hunting to Alvin Feller. I, Bernice Rodabaugh, will my tympanies to jimmy Arrington. l, Sheila Steinman, will my ability to have fun to Beverly Bibler. I, Gene Treece, will my ability to back up the Red Devil line to Bob Myers. I, Martha Vollrath, will my place in band to Mary joyce Boehm, hoping she will not squeak as much as I did. I, Geraldine Walters, will my light brown hair and blue eyes to Eileen Schmehl. I, Donald H. Weber, will my ability to be a good boy to Arthur Houdeshell. l, Bob WVoodrufI, will my curly hair to Leon Gossman. Signed - THE SENIOR CLASS OF '52' PATHIJNS RAY'S BAKERY 307-32l North Main Street Findlay, Ohio DALE KROUT 8. SONS Asphalt Driveway Contractors Residential - Industrial SCHWAB'S SPORTS CENTER Athletic Supplies 81 Sporting Goods 229 N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio R U M M E L L ' S 2217-I8 N. Main St. Findlay, Ohio DR. GORDON BIXEL Optometrist Bluffton, Ohio LEIBER'S JEWELRY STORE Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Bluffton, Ohio FOR LASTING PORTRAITS NEU-ART STUDIO Bluffton, Ohio Pore and Baumgartner General Merchandise--Country Produce Ph. Jenera 89-F-2 New Stark Compliments of J EN ERA TAVERN Jenera, Ohio Compliments of Hoover Roofing 81 Supply Co. Arlington, Ohio Steinman Bros. Lumber Co. Lumber-Roofing-Millwork Jenera, Ohio Compliments of Anderson and Johnson Garage Jenera, Ohio BUSINGER-BLACKSMITH Electric 81 Acetylene Welding Jenera, Ohio BLACK 8. WARNER Men's Clothing and Furnishings 403 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio Hoadley's Rug 81 Cleaning Co. l3l North Cory Street Findlay, Ohio Phone lOO FINDLAY HOBBY SHOP ll5 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio Novelties, Toys, Games PATHUN5 S 8. S Photo Shop 81 Electric Repair South Main Street Arlington, Ohio Lynn A. Lyon Electric Appliances 622 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio CAPITAL TIRE SHOP 4l 4 West Main Cross Street Findlay, Ohio BURNS COAL CO. 330 North Cory Street Findlay, Ohio SIMON'S 333 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio G A M B L E S "The Friendly Store" Findlay, Ohio SNYDER AND COMPANY Phone 42 Arlington, Ohio BRANAN'S GULF Service with o Smile Arlington, Ohio R. H. SHELDON AND SON Complete Oil and Gas Well Service Dunkirk, Ohio WARREN'S MEN SHOP 213 South Main Findlay, Ohio GRAND THEATER Dunkirk, Ohio W. A. GEISER Dentist Dunkirk, Ohio HARTMAN'S GARAGE Phone Arlington 73 F 4 Williomstown, Ohio Complimenfs Of MAX W. FENBERG Deoler in lron,Metolond Poper Stock Arlington, Ohio Box 367 Findloy, Oh'o PATHUNS You CAN GET it AT CHADS 630-632 S. Main St. Findlay, Ohio The Great Atlantic 8. Pacific Tea Company Findlay, Ohio KOEHLER'S GREENHOUSE l022 Liberty St. Phone 330 Findlay, Ohio The Tarbox-McCall Stone Co. Crushed Stone and Agricultural Lime 852 Western Avenue Findlay, Ohio MARQUART'S GARAGE Jenera, Ohio STEWARTS RESTAURANT Mt. Blanchard, Ohio BULTER'S MARKET General Merchandise Frozen Food Lockers Egberts Home Furnishings 404 East Sandusky St. Telephone 2440 Findlay, Ohio Compliments of HANCOCK HYBRIDS l305 E. Sandusky St. Findlay, Ohio South Side Marathon Service South Main and Sixth Streets Findlay, Ohio Compliments of Uhlman's Department Store Findlay, Ohio 1 Willard Nash Sales and Service l24 W. Crawford St. l l8-22 E. 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