Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1953
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Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
We, the Senior Class of 1953, dedicate this
Excelsior to all former students ot Arlington High
School who have or are now serving in the present
FACULTY . .
ACTIVITIES . . .
C. F. ROST
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Defiance College, A.B.
Ohio State University, M.A.
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Arlington High School
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Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nessler.
Top How-Floyd Clinger,
Hugo Smith, Marvin Davis.
Bottom Row-Bob Russell,
Clement Smith, Bob McClelland.
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This guy is like a teakettle-
full of steam and always singing.
l".I".A. l, 2, 3. 4: F.F.A. Northwest
Sectional Officer 4: F.F.A. Officer 3.
4: Honor Society 3, 4: County Honor
Society Officer 4: Football 1, 2, 3.
4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Class Play
3, 4: Class Officer 1. 3. 4: Annual
A nice personality:
full of vitality.
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Glee l, 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 47 OP-
eretta 2, 3. 4: Girls' Ensemble 4:
Latin Club 1: Honor Society 3. 4:
County Honor Society Officer 4:
Class Officer 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Play
3, 4: Physical Ed. 2: Annual Staff 4.
An innocent appearance.
but looks are deceiving.
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3. 4: Boys'
Glee l. 2. 3: Operetta 2, 3, 4: Boys'
Ensemble 3, 4: Madriqal 4: Latin
Club l, 2: Latin Club Officer 2:
Honor Society 3, 4: Class Play 3. 4:
Class Officer l, 2, 3: Annual Staff 4.
The Don luan of Arlington.
Football l. 2. 3, 4: Basketball l,
2, 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Annual
Her mind is cleaner than a man's-
she changes it more often.
Mixed Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 1, 4:
Girls' Ensemble 4: Honor Society 3,
4: Class Play 3, 4: Physical Ed. 2:
Annual Staff 4.
Drugs - Prescriptions
Sodas - Gifts
This is the guy with the horn-
He has fun in Miss Schlaack's
F.F.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: F.F.A. Officer 4.
Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l. 2,
Class Officer 2, 4: F.F.A. Play
Annual Staff 4: Mixed Chorus 42
My idea of an agreeable person
is one who agrees with me.
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3. 4: Girls'
Glee l, 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2. 3. 4:
Girls' Ensemble Z, 4: Class Play 3,
4: Class Officer 4: Physical Ed. 2:
Annual Staff 4: Honor Society 3. 4:
MARY I OYCE BOEHM
Better late than never.
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Glee l. 2. 3, 4: Band l, 2. 3. 4:
Operetta 2, 3, 4: Ensemble 4:
Society 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Clari-
net Quartet 3: Anual Staff 4: Clari-
net Trio 4.
lf loafing were a crime, this guy
would be serving time.
Honor Society 3, 4: Class Play 3,
4: Football Manager 3: Annual
I wish there was some other way
of starting the day besides waking
Mixed Chorus 4: F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4:
F.F.A. Officer 2, 3. 4: F.F.A. Play 2:
Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2,
3: Annual Staff 4.
She came, she saw,
Effingham H. S.. Illinois l, 2, 3:
Arlington H. S. 4: Latin Club 1. 2:
Student Council 1. 2. 3: Literati 3:
Commerce Club 3: Pep Club l. 2.
3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Physical Ed. l. 2. 3:
Class Play 4: Annual Staff 4.
Shes always out for a good time.
Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls'
Glee l. 2, 3. 4: Operetta 2, 3. 4: En-
semble l. 2. 4: F.H.A. l, 2, 3. 4:
F.H.A. Officer 3, 4: Class Play 4:
Business Manager 3: Physical Ed.
2: Annual Staff 4: Class Officer 2.
Its terrible, l lust cant work
for thinking of him.
Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 4: Girls' Glee
l. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble 2, 4: Op-
eretta 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. l. 2, 3. 4:
F.H.A. Officer 4: Class Play 3, 4:
Physical Ed. 2.
This gal's a corkerg she's a
Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Girls'
Glee l. 2. 3. 4: Operetta Z. 3. 4:
Madrigal 4: Ensemble 2. 3. 4: Brass
Sextette 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Band
Officer 3, 4: F.l-LA. l, 2, 3: F.H.A.
Officer 3: Class Play 3, 4: Physical
Ed. 2: Annual Staff 4.
Call for me whenever there's tun,
I can laugh from sun to sun.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 2:
Operetta 2: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A.
Officer 4: Class Play 4: Physical
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Ha is torn between vice and versa.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2.
Big broad shoulders: what a sight,
he belongs to the manly type.
I-'.P.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Officer
2. 3. 4: F.F.A. Play 2: Football l, 2.
3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Class
Officer 2. 3: Annual Staff 4.
His eyes run over with glee.
Mt. Blanchard H. S. 1: Arlington
H. S. 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4: Boys' Glee l, 2, 3. 4: Band 4:
Operetta 3. 4: Boys' Ensemble 3, 4:
Madrigal 4: F.F.A. 1. 2. 3, 4: F.F.A.
1. 2, 3. 4: F.F.A. Officer 4: Class
The only thing wrong with doing
nothing is that you can't stop to
Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin l, 2: Foot-
ball l. 2, 3. 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4:
Class Play 3: Annual Staff 4.
He is fond of argument.
F.F.A. 1, 2. 3: F.F.A. Play 2:
F.F.A. Officer 2. 3: Football l, 2. 3.
4: Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Short and neat and candy sweet.
Michigan Lutheran Seminary l, 2:
Arlington H. 4: Mixed Chorus
1. 2. 3, 4: Girls Glee 1. 2, 3, 4:
Band 4: Operetta 3, 4: Ensemble 4:
Madrigal 4: Latin Club l. 2: Class
Play 4: Class Officer l, 4: Business
Manager 3: Annual Staff 4.
There lies a deal of deviltry
beneath this mild exterior.
Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Glee 3,
4: Operetta 3. 4: Ensemble 4: P.H.A.
l: Class Play 4: Physical Ed. 2.
lt's nice to he natural when you
are naturally nice.
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3. 4: Girls'
Glee l. 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4:
Latin Club 1, 2: Honor Society 3, 4:
Class Play 3, 4: Business Manager
3: Annual Staff 4: Class Officer 1.
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He never enters a roomy he raids lt.
Mixed Chorus 1: Boys' Glee 1:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1:
Annual Staff 4.
This guy acts like he flipped his
lid, but that's because he's the Bill-
F.F.A, 2: Stage Manager 3, 4.
A hot-rod driver such as he: some
day will end up a tree.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3: F.P.A. Play 2:
5.F.A. Officer 2: Stage Manager 3,
Assistant Editor ........... ....... M ary Ioyce Boehm
Business Manager ........................
Assistant Business Manager .................. Phillip Rogers
Art Editor ....................................
Assistant Art Ed
Class History ...............
Snapshot Editor ..........
Ioke Editor ............
Who s Who ........................
Last Will and Testament .........
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Bobby McKinley. Gary lnbody, Jeanette Cole, Carolyn Hartman, Lois Powell, Patricia Wells, Helen Smith, Linda Warner, Jean Krout,
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Arlington High School opened its 1952 football campaign in the Findlay Preview where they
fought a losing battle against a tough Ada team S-12.
The following Friday Arlington gained sweet revenge over the North Baltimore team who had
previously broken Ar1ington's 45 game winning streak the year before. Score 19-7.
On September 19th Arlington traveled to Van Buren and by defeating the Black Knight eleven
47-0 the Arlington Red Devils showed promise for a successful season.
For their next contest the Red Devils took on McComb on the home gridiron. The McComb
boys showed a lot of scrap but the Red Devils again came out on top 13-7.
Continuing their winning ways, the Arlington team defeated Arcadia at Arcadia 39-0 on a cold
October 10th the Arlington Bed Devils mastered the Liberty eleven 33-6.
The following Friday, October 17th, the Red Devils suffered their first league defeat in eight
years and their only reversal of the '52 season. They lost to Cory-Rawson, who became the league's
The Red Devils then started to click again the following week when they defeated the Vanlue
team 20-7 in a well played game.
The Red Devils met a highly determined Mt. Blanchard eleven in their last contest of the
season and came out of the fray with a 13-13 tie.
All in all the season has to be considered a successful one although it didn't come up to the
standards of previous Red Devil undefeated records.
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Leon Gossman, Don Waltermire, Leonard Grohoske, Iim Staley, Gerald Inbody, Carl
Oman, Wayne Pepple. Ierry Stahl. Ioe Schaaf. SECOND ROW: Mr. McClary, Don Smith. Wayne Reichley. Iohn Fahl, Bob
Houser. lack Babcock, Art Houdeshell, Eldon Smith, Allen Alge. Bob Meyers. Bill Alge. Mr. Castor. THIRD ROW: Bud Hen-
dricks, Bob Fink, Don Buess, Paul Reichley. Ierry Iollift, Norman Harvey. David Gillispie. Harold Seek. Bob Crosser. Harold
Marquart. FOURTH ROW: Larry Beach, Donald LaRoche, Tommy Kroske, Terry Rettig, Ierry Beach, Bob Greiser, Paul Dean
Smith, Maynard Steinman. Wayne Sink. Gary Hickle. WATER BOY-I. I. Solt.
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Arlington opened its basketball season for '52-'53 at Lykens on November seventh. They led
all the way and won 43-30. The following Friday we played at Arcadia and defeated the Red-
men 68-45. On Saturday night we played host to Hardin Northern who became the Hardin Coun-
ty Champs. Again the Red Devils came through, 60-51. Our next league engagement was Lib-
erty, who we defeated 59-26. We played Vanlue who had won the County League last year, and
came out on the long end, 58-46, as Waltermire swlshed 23 points. On Friday, December fifth, Mt.
Blanchard carne to Arlington with high hopes, but they came out on the short end, 47-37. Van Buren
came to A. H. S. on Saturday night and received the same treatment, 47-37. December ninth we
went to Bascom to play Hopewell-Louden, who were to become league champs of Seneca County.
Final score, Arlington 56, Hopewell 42. On Friday night Cory-Rawson came to Arlington to absorb
their worst defeat of the season. Arlington led 48-16 going into the final quarter and won 61-31. The
Red Devils went to McComb with a record of 9 straight victories, but lost the game in the final min-
Following the Christmas vacation, Arcadia came to Arlington and led the first three quarters,
but Arlington won out, 53-46. Friday, Ianuary ninth, we played on Liberty's small court and won
67-55. On Saturday night we played Forest, who became the Hardin County Tourney Champs,
and A. H. S. lost 65-67, with Pepple scoring 40 points. Vanlue came to Arlington to beat our flu
ridden team 62-69. Staley scored 15 points. We played Mt. Blanchard on Saturday night and Pep-
ple scored 41 points as Arlington won 79-48. January 30 the Red Devils traveled to Cory-Rawson
to down them 63-43 as Smith scored 19 points. On Saturday night Carey came to Arlington and it
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Iohn Fahl. Bob Houser. Eldon Smith, Wayne Pepple, Art Houdeshell. Gerald Inbody. Ierry
Stahl, Iim Staley. SECOND ROW: Tom Kroske. Bob Meyers, Maynard Steinman, Wayne Sink, Ierry Beach, Paul Dean Smith,
David Gillispie, Donald Lalloche, Richard Wolford. THIRD ROW: Mr. McClary, Don Smith. Harold Seek. Bud Hendricks, lack
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FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Loris Ward, Eddie Wisner, Tommy Long, Bill Arrington, Larry Reigle. SECOND ROW:
Larry Beach, Wayne Sink. Maynard Steinman, Bob Greiser, Ierry Beach, Paul Dean Smith, Lewis Frantz. THIRD ROW: Mr.
Rost, Larry Baird. Tommy Kroske. Larry Woodward. Terry Redick, Iohn Hindall, lim Bame, Duane Warner. Gary Houdeshell.
was a close game all the way. lnbody sank two fouls in the last ll seconds to gain the victory
for Arlington, 57-55. In our last league game, McComb took the measure of the Red Devils, 52-71,
with four players fouling out for Arlington in the second half.
COUNTY TOURNEY: Arlington drew Van Buren and held them to one field goal in the last
half as the Red Devils won, 49-31. Vanlue was Arlington's next victim, 64-51. lnbody scored 14 for
high scorer. We lost to McComb in the final game, 42-45. Smith collected 20 points.
DISTRICT TOURNEY: We drew a bye and were to play the winner of the McComblOntario
game, which was McComb. The Red Devils were not to be denied this time, and Arlington won
out, 38-35. Fahl scored 8 points in the last quarter after taking hte injured Smith's place. Our next
game was with Lucas, who had a tall team, but Arlington came out the victor, 58-57, in a thrilling
ball game. Pepple hit 32 points. Smith was forced to the sidelines permanently with the injury sus-
tained against McComb. This victory earned Arl ngton the right to play in the finals and a chance
to go to Toledo. But more hard luck dogged the team. Waltermire injured his ankle in dummy scrim-
mage and the injury would not heal in time for Don to do his best. Paul Dean Smith and Iohn Fahl
took the injured players' places and played excellent ball. Don gave all he had and quite a bit
more before leaving the game on fouls, caused mostly by his injury. Pepple, Staley, and lnbody
tried to make up for the injured regular players but Sycamore was not to be denied. They led all
the way, coping the game 60-47.
The boys composing the basketball squad this year are a credit to anyone associated with
them. The loyalty, cooperation, and sacrifice that they displayed will be a lesson for future teams.
Mr. McClary is to be commended for the skill, insight, and foresight he used in directing these ag-
gregations. The odds were never too great for them to tackle. They never quit. Boys and coach,
we salute you.
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FIRST ROW Qleft to rightjz Leila Wolford, Isabel Latham, Barbara Hindall, Iudy Hartman, Leontine Wise, Nancy
Smith. Barbara Cook, Ianel Frantz, Alvin Feller, Marlene Traucht. Mama Romick, Iohn Fahl, Iim Smith, Sonja Greiser. Kay
Wagner, Phyllis Houdeshell. Roberta Hindall, Mr. Zoll. Ann Smith. SECOND ROW: Sally King, Kathleen Smith, Don Wal-
termite, Iudy Brubaker, Charlotte Smith, Rhea Iean Kimmel, Ieannine Hartman, Mary Ann Alexander, Kenny Fink, Carol
Ackerman, Brenda Bowman, Mary Ioyce Boehm, Carol Ann Traucht, Rita Schaffer, Sue Beagle, Ann Fink, Eileen Feller.
Phyllis Garwood, Ierry Beagle. THIRD ROW: Barbara Waxler, Donna Cronbaugh, Sue Hindall, Ruth Ann Klotz, Lucille
Stahl, Duane Warner, Eldon Smith, Phyllis Ackerman, Richard Wolford, Leanne Pifer, Marilyn Smith, Sally Grimes, Art
Houdeshell. Allen Alge, Bob Houser, Virgil Cotner.
Arlington has a right to be proud ot their music department, which is under the able direction of Mr. David Zoll. The
band has given some stirring performances at every football game, and gave an excellent concert in December. They
received a superior rating in the district contest held at Ada and will participate in the State Contest, April 18, at Denni-
son University. Individual members participated in the Hancock County Music Festival held at Arlington, which was under
the direction of Prolessor Weidner of Ohio Northern University.
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FIRST ROW Cleft to right D: Lucille Stahl. Ieannine Hartman, Martha Raush, Sally King, Terry Rettig, Norman Harvey,
Robert Schaller, Susana Rettig, Sara Benjamin, Phyllis Garwood, Phyllis Ackerman, Barbara Hindall, Martha Greene, Ann
Smith. SECOND ROW: Audrey Arrington, Nancy Butte, Eileen Feller, Beverly Bibler, Mary Ioyce Boehm, Alvin Feller, Carl
Oman, Iohn Fahl, Barbara Cook, Normajean Rettig, Mary Ann Schaller. Marna Romick, Marlene Traucht, Nancy McKinley.
Nancy Smith, Isabel Lathem. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Hunter, Eileen Schmehl, Donna Cronbaugh. Iim Arrington, Allen Alqe,
Bud Hendricks. Don Waltermire, Ronald Beach, Art Houdeshell, Richard Wolford, Bob Hauser, Eldon Smith, Darwin Wilson,
Ianico Hindall, Marlene Businger, Ianel Frantz, Mary Ann Beach, Nancy Bame, Eilene Piler.
The mixed chorus, under the direction of Mr. David Zoll, has 55 members. With Phyllis Gar-
wood as accompanist, this group sang in the fall concert and participated in the contest held at
Ada, in which they received an excellent rating. Individual members participated in the Hancock
County Music Festival held at Arlington, which was under the direction of Professor Carl Roider of
Ohio Northern University. They are looking forward to a highly successful operetta this year, Rio
OPERETTA, CAST OF CHARACTERS:
"Lewis Morgan", Bob Hauser: "lane Morgan", Eileen Schmehl: "Iulia Morgan", Mary Ioyce
Boehm: "Professor Amos Molecule", Darwin Wilson: "Clara", Normajean Rettig: "Nan", Ann Smith:
"Pansy Borealis", Donna Cronbaugh: "lack Davis", Eldon Smith: "Tubby Tompkins", Iohn Fahl:
The Black Spider", Leon Gossman: "Dead-Eye", Richard Wolford: "Spade-Beard", Ronald Beach:
"Skittles", lim Smith.
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FIRST ROW Cleft to rightbz Mr. Zoll, Phyllis Garwood, Bob Essinger, Virgil Cotner, Iim Bame, Terry Rettig, Robert
Schaller, Norman Harvey, Bob Myers. Iim Smith, Ierry Beagle, Duane Warner. SECOND ROW: Darwin Wilson, Bob Hou-
ser, Eldon Smith. Art Houdeshell. Ronald Beach, Richard Wolford. Carl Oman, Alvin Feller, Bud Hendricks, Iohn Fahl, Allen
B O Y S ' C H O R U S
This fine group of boys has added much to our music department under the capable direction
Alge, Iim Arrington.
of Mr. David Zoll. The members of the club have appreciated the work of their accompanist, Miss
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Sally King.
don Smith, Lucille Stahl, Phyllis Ackerman.
This group made their first public
appearance at the All-County Music
Festival, Ianuary 24, where they
were well received.
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Normajean Rettig, Bill Alge, Iohn Fahl. SEC-
OND ROW: Art Houdeshell, Bob Houser, El-
FIRST ROW qleit to right 5: Sonja Greiser, Roberta Hindall, Carol Marquart, Nancy Smith, Isabel Lathem, Sally King,
Marilyn Smith, Ianice Hindall, Marlene Businger, Phyllis Garwood, lane Smith, Edna Reichley, Kay Wagner, Rita Schaffer,
Ann Smith. SECOND ROW: Vivian Freed, Mama Romick, Audrey Arrington, Nancy Butte, Eileen Feller, Rosalyn Gossman,
Ianet Butte, Ruth Waltermire, Martha Raush, Carol Ann Traucht, Nancy McKinley, Iean Foltz, Martha Greene. THIRD ROW:
Mary Ann Schaller, Ieannine Hartman. Kathleen Smith, Mary Ann Beach, Beverly Bibler, Marilyn Hunter, Eileen Schmehl,
Donna Cronbaugh, Mary Ioyce Boehm, Sara Benjamin, Susana Rettig, Dorothy Glick, Nancy Bishop, Ianel Frantz, Nancy
Bame, Eilene Piler, Barbara Mercer.
GIRL ' GLEE CL B
This year the club sang in the fall concert December 16, 1952, and attended the county and
district contest in which they received an excellent rating.
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Ann
Smith, Eilene Pifer, Dorothy Glick, Bev-
erly Bibler, Nancy Bame. SECOND
ROW: Eileen Schmehl, Ianel Frantz.
Mary Ioyce Boehm, Marilyn Hunter.
These girls participated in the spring contests, the first of which was held at McComb on March
13. The "A" group won a superior rating, and the "B" group were rated excellent. They went on
to participate in the district contest held at Lima March 27, and both received excellent ratings.
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FIHST ROW: Donna Cronbaugh, Eileen Schmehl, Normajean Hettig, Ann Smith.
SECOND ROW: Darwin Wilson, Eldon Smith, Richard Wolford, Bob Houser, Alvin Feller,
Iohn Fahl, Norman Harvey.
M DRIG L
This newly organized group made their first public appearance in the fall
concert and are planning many more.
son, Eldon Smith, Bob Houser. Richard
Wolford, Alvin Feller, Bob Hendricks, Iohn
Fahl. Norman Harvey.
This group participated in the
contest held at McComb on March
13th and received a high rating
for their efforts.
FIRST ROW: Iim Arrington, Darwin Wil-
TOP ROW Qleft to rightj: Martha Greene, Marna Romick. Barbara Hindall. Normajean Rettig, Lucille Stahl, Rosalyn
Gossman, lean Foltz, Barbara Mercer. SECOND ROW: Marlene Smith, Ianet Butte, Sara Benjamin. Carol Reigle, Marlene
Businger, Nancy Bishop. Mary Ann Beach, Ianice Hindall, Ruth Waltermire. Miss Neff. THIRD ROW: Sonja Greiser. Edna
Reichley, Colene Bibler. Mary Ann Schallar, Eilene Pifer, Nancy Bame, Arlene Piter. Vivian Freed, Kay Wagner. NEW
MEMBER: Marjorie Butler.
F TURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Arlington F.H.A. Chapter of 1952-53 organized in September, electing
the following officers: President, Eilene Piier: Vice-President, Mary Ann Schal-
lerp Secretary, Nancy Bame: Treasurer, Lucille Stahl: News Reporter, Vivian
Freed: Sergeant at Arms, Colene Biblerp Recreation Leader, Arlene Piierg Club
Mother, Mrs. Floyd Pifer.
Some of the various activities which the members of the F.H.A. have
enjoyed during the present year are:
Caj A Christmas party held in December with the F.F.A.
QbD A skating party in February sponsored by the group to which the
public was invited.
CCD A Mother-Daughter Banquet was held on March 10th with fifty-four
Qdj Bi-County meetings were attended at McComb and Ml. Blanchard.
The organization is planning a Style Show in the spring. Altogether the
club has had a very prosperous and enjoyable year.
FARM SERVICE CENTER
FIRST ROW: Bob Fink, Alvin Feller, Carl Oman, Wayne Pepple, Gerald Inbody, Art Houdeshell. Leon Gossman,
Fred Menqert. SECOND ROW: Ierry Beagle, Bobby Essinger, Bob Meyers, Bob Schaller, Allan Alge, Lelan Piier, Sam
Marquart. THIRD ROW: Terry Redick, Iames Bame, Paul Reichley, Paul Dean Smith, Ierry Beach, Wayne Reichley, Bob
Greiser, Norman Harvey.
FUTURE FAR ERS OF AMERICA
The Arlington F.F.A. is composed of 28 members, four of whom are graduates. They have com-
pleted 54 productive projects and 45 improvement projects.
Throughout the year we have had many activities. We participated in the county pest hunt
and came in second. Arlington had high individual achievements, and also high judging team
honors. Robert Woodruff was a member ot the National F.F.A. Boy's Chorus, which sang at the
National F'.F.A. Convention in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Mengert, Wayne Pepple, and Alvin Feller also
attended the National Convention. Wayne Pepple was elected Vice President of the Northwestern
Ohio District. Wayne Pepple, Iim Myers, and Gene Treece brought home the coveted honor of first
in Dairy Cattle judging at the state contest at Columbus. They then achieved the more coveted
honor of a gold award in the National Dairy Show at Waterloo, Iowa, as one of the seven top
teams in the United States. They also participated in contests at Van Wert and Wooster, Ohio. Ar-
lington placed third in General Livestock judging at the Hancock County Fair. We also placed
second in the State Safety Contest. There were two chapter farmers that received State Farmer
Degrees. The two were Wayne Pepple and Gene Line.
Chapter in the National F.F.A.: therefore many activi
as the theme. A te1evis'on program which was on Feb
ruary 25, 1953, over WSPD-TV, Toledo, was also cele
brating this occasion.
The chapter officers for the '52-'53 year were as iol
Fink: Sentinel, Art Houdeshell.
It is the twenty-fifth anniversary oi the Arlington
ties were planned in celebration of this occasion. A
banquet on March 20, with the twenty-fifth anniversary
lows: President, Wayne Pepple: Vice-President, Gerald
Inbody: Secretary, Leon Gossman: Treasurer, Carl
Oman Student Advisor, Alvin Feller: Reporter, Bob
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FIRST ROW: Iim Arrington, Ieannine Hartman, Kathleen Smith, Bill Alge. SECOND ROW: Lyle Hendricks
Miss Schlaack. Harold Seek.
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FIRST ROW: Normajean Rettig, Arlene Piier. Mary Ann Schaller, Vivian Freed, Nancy McKinley. Marlene
Trauchl. Marna Romick. Isabel Latham, Barbara Hindall. SECOND ROW: Iohn Fahl, Darwin Wilson, Philip Rogers,
Arlhur I-Ioudeshell, Richard Woliord, Ronald Beach, Bob Houser, Wayne Reichley, Allen Alge. THIRD ROW: Bob
Meyers, Harold Seek, Nancy Butte, Ianice Hindall, Phyllis Ackerman, Barbara Cook, Lucille Stahl, Ioan Hinger, Ad-
visor-Mr. Castor. ABSENT: Iim Staley and Audrey Arrington.
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightj: Beverly Bibler, Eileen Schmehl, Dorothy Glick, Marlene Traucht, Nancy Butte
Isabel Latham, Mama Romick. Barbara Cook, Phyllis Ackerman. SECOND ROW Cleft to rightj: Mary Ioyce Boehm,
Robert Houser, Richard Wolford. Wayne Pepple, Philip Rogers, Darwin Wilson, Eldon Smith, Ianel Frantz.
HO OR SOCIETY
Arlington was privileged to have 17 members in the Hancock County
Chapter of the National Honor Society. This membership is based upon the
scholastic average of the student, their character, leadership, and service.
The officers of our Arlington Chapter are: President, Darlin Wilson: Vice-
President, Beverly Bibler: Secretary, Dorothy Glick: Treasurer, Eileen Schmehl:
News Reporter, Philip Rogers: Chaplain, Mary Ioyce Boehm.
Wayne Pepple, President: and Ianel Frantz, Secretary: are ofliicers of the
County Chapter this year.
McComb was host to the only meeting of the Honor Society this school
year. The annual formal banquet was held at Arlington as it is an unwritten
custom that it be held in the school of the president.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Eilene Piier. Philip Rogers, Eileen Schmehl, Marilyn Hunter, Nancy Bame. Colene Bibler,
Donna Cronbaugh. Ianel Frantz, Ioan Hinger, Ann Smith, Wayne Pepple. OTHERS, ON FLOOR: lim Staley. Dar-
SENIOR PLAY, "MISTER COED"
Bernice Bramberry ....... ....... N ancy Bame
Carol Wood ............ ................ Ianel Frantz
Ruby Nolan .......................... ..................... E ilene Pifer
Miss Eustacia Hayworth ........ .......... M ary Ioyce Boehm
Homer Quackenbush ......... ............ P hillip Rogers
Miss Pauline Pooley ....... ......... D orothy Glick
Miss Geraldine Carr ....... ......... B everly Bibler
Mr. Oliver Lee Oliver ......... ....... W ayne Pepple
Emily Manning ................ ......... E ileen Schmehl
Lotus Smith .............................. ................... I im Staley
Cobina Colgate Brewster .......... .,...... D onna Cronbaugh
Gilbert Glyer ................................................................ Darwin Wilson
Dormitory girls ........ Ann Smith, Colene Bibler, Marilyn Hunter,
5. Played Ada. Lost!
8. One half day school. "Good start?"
12. Visited North Baltimore. "Revenge."
19. Played Van Buren there. 47-0-"Guess
26. McComb our guest. "What hospitality!"
3. Played Arcadia there. 39-0.
10. Liberty here. "Won again."
16. Seniors got pictures taken. "Watch the
17. Played Cory-Rawson here. "Defeat."
23. Played Vanlue at home.
31. Visited Mt. Blanchard. "Tie"-13-13.
7. Basketball at Lykens.
12. Annual pictures taken.
14. Played Arcadia there.
15. Beat Hardin-Northern here!
18. Seniors sold ads for annual. "Day off!"
19. Honor Society Meeting at McComb.
21. Played Liberty. Guess who won.
24. Senior Play "Mr. Coed."
25. Senior Play CProfessional Actorsj.
26. Played Vanlue.
5. Mt. Blanchard our basketball guests.
6. Van Buren played here.
9. Met Hopewell-Louden there.
12. Played Cory-Rawson. "We won!"
16. Senior Christmas party. Whoopee!
19. Vacation starts. Short eternity.
19. Lost to McComb.
1. Happy New Year!
2. Met Arcadia here.
9. Defeated Liberty there.
10. Conquered by Forest at home.
12. All-County music practice at Liberty.
16. Vanlue defeated us at home.
17. We whipped Mt. Blanchard again.
23. Defeated Van Buren.
24. County Music Festival at Arlington.
29. Senior boys guests of Findlay Rotary.
30. Senior Scholarship Tests at Findlay.
30. Defeated Cory-Rawson again.
31. Defeated Carey here.
2. Individual pictures taken.
6. McComb beat us again.
7. F.H.A. Skating Party. Bounce!
9-21. County and District Tournament.
13. Music Contest at McComb. "Music?"
17. Senior Career Day at Findlay College
"Another Day Off!"
21. District Music Contest at Ada.
24-25. Scholarship Tests.
27. Iunior Play-"Seventeen is Terrific."
28. District Music Contest at Lima.
1. Fools Day. "We were all there."
7. Honor Society Banquet at Arlington.
"Only brains allowed."
11. State Music contest at Bowling Green.
18. Band to State at Dennison University.
2. District State Scholarship Test at
8. Iunior-Senior Banquet. "Thanks
14. High School Operetta-"Rio Rico"
15. High School Operetta-"Rio Rico"
22. Commencement. "At last"
On September 8, 1941, twenty-nine first graders toddled into Arlington
High School. Our first year was spent under Miss Fahl, now Mrs. Castor.
Our second year teacher was M ss White. That year one of our pupils,
Richard Reigle, died. Paul Gossard, Iohn Hasson, Marilyn Hindall, and Paul
Reichley left us. We had two new classmates, Patsy Wentz and Gordon Hess.
Miss De Witt, now Mrs. Statler, was our th'rd grade teacher. We lost Iohn
Hasson, Robert Leiber, and Norma lean Crates.
Miss Farmer, now Mrs. Remoley, wss our guide for the fourth year. Charles
Ballinger, Leonard Grohoske, Marlyn Hunter, Colene Bibler and Irene Retiig
joined our class. We lost Ierry Stahl and Mary Ann Beach.
Again in the fifth grade Mrs. Statler was our teacher along with Mr.
Gobrecht. We had one new classmate join us, Rita McKee.
Our sixth year was spent under the guTdance of Mr. Gobrecht and Miss
Brinkman. Our new classmates were Bob Corbin, Ethel Hempy, Norma Edding-
ton, Bob Harper, Gerald Bibler, Mary Ioyce Boehm, Harold Benjamin, Gerald
Rettig, and Leroy Smith. Our fellow classmate, Ierry Stahl, rejoined us. We
lost Barbara Bame and Patsy Wentz.
At last we reached the seventh grade. Miss Schlaack, was our home room
teacher. lim Staley, Norma Iean Eddington, Gerald Rettig and Leroy Smith left
us but in their place we gained Eilene Pifer, Gerald lnbody, Melvin Harvey.
Marilyn Marohn, and Dean Schaller.
Our last year of grade school was under the guidance of Mrs. Beach. We
lost Ethel Hempy, Rita McKee, Eileen Schmehl, Bob Harper, Ann Smith, Mari-
lyn Marohn, Harold Menjamin, Gerald Bibler, and Dana Kimmel. Our former
classmate, Iim Staley, moved back.
In the year 1949 we entered High School. Mrs. Knight and Mr. Strickling
were our sponsors. We elected the following officers: Beverly Bibler, presi-
dent, Darwin Wilson, vice-president: Ianel Frantz, secretary: and Wayne
Pepple, treasurer. Charles Ballinger, Bob Corbin, and Lynn Wolford left us.
Eileen Schmehl, Patty Lee, and Alvin Feller joined us.
In our Sophomore year Mrs. Knight and Mr. Castor were our sponsors.
The following officers were elected: Darwin Wilson, president: Beverly Bib-
ler, secretary: and Ianel Frantz, treasurer. Rilla Chamberlain and Phillip
Patton were our new members.
We finally reached the rank of juniors. Mrs. Knight and Mr. McClary
were our sponsors. The officers for that year were Gerald lnbody, president:
Darwin Wilson, vice-president: Ianel Frantz, secretary: and Wayne Pepple,
treasurer. We regained Ann Smith. On April 4 and 18 we presented our class
play, "The Big Help." On May 14 we honored the Seniors with a banquet.
The addition of Ioan Hinger brought the number of seniors to twenty-six.
We elected Wayne Pepple, president: Leon Gossman, vice-president: Ianel
Frantz, secretary: and Eileen Schmehl, treasurer. We presented our class play,
"Mister Coed", on the evenings of November 24 and 25. On May 8 the Juniors
honored us with a very delightful banquet. On May 17th our Baccalaureate
services took place conducted by Reverend Glen Beck. And last but not least,
the Commencement exercises were held on the 22nd day of May.
THE NEW YORK SUN lULY 23. 1965
Who's Who in the News
A weekly column of the happenings in the social world
by Eileen Schmehl
The two prominent multimillionaires, Mr. Arden' Woods and Mr. Melvin
Harvey, have just contributed 525,000 to the Society for the Preservation of
Old Mice. It seems Messrs. Woods and Harvey made their fortune by build-
ing a better mouse trap which has succeeded in ridding the world of all but
a few mice.
The distinguished banker from New York, Mr. Iames Staley, has returned
to his home town for a visit. Remember girls, Mr. Staley was voted the most
eligible bachelor of 1965.
The marriage of the movie idol, Leon Gossman, to Margaret O'Brien was
announced yesterday. The ceremony was performed by an old classmate of
Gossman's, Rev. Alvin Feller. The couple will honeymoon at the Hula House
in Hawaii owned by Carl Omen.
Pete Waltermire and his Hot Iazz Five were jailed last night for starting
a brawl in a fashionable night club where they are currently playing. Ierry
Stahl, trombone player, took over during the bartender's absence and the
drinks were flowing freely. Iuclge Grohoske said the case comes up on
Miss Colene Bibler gave cr lecture on good English usage at the home of
the socialite, Mrs. Rodney Courtland Cthe former Nancy BameD. Celebrities
present were the football pro Wayne Pepple and the Champion Lady Wrestler
The famous Inbody quintuplets celebrated their 6th birthday on Iuly 21.
Marilyn Hunter, the children's nurse, says they are model children especially
Gerald Ir. The proud parents, Gerald and Eilene, are Mr. and Mrs. America
of last year.
A 310,000 jewel robbery took place last night at the home of the Metro-
politan Opera Star, Donna Cronbaugh. Miss Cronbaugh's companion. Ioan
Hinger, was locked in a closet by the robber. Detectiev Wilson says clues are
abundant and he is confident that the thief will soon be caught.
After having shut herself up in her laboratory for several years. Dorothy
Glick has finally come up with, she declares, a cure for the common cold.
Her human guinea pig during the experiments was Ann Smith. Miss Glick
said that she will call her cure "Annies Remedy" in honor of her assistant.
Miss Mary Ioyce Boehm writes me that she has been given the appoint-
ment of Professor at Vassar. She is filling the positions vacated by the retire-
ment of Prof. Philip Rogers. Prof. Rogers says he retired at an early age in
order to enjoy his student acquaintances more fully.
Mr. Ioe Schaaf, the first man to fly to the moon, has cornered the market
on green cheese. Congress has gone into special session to declare this
monopoly unconstitutional. Beverly Bibler, lawyer for Mr. Schaaf, declares
that the moon is out of the jurisdiction of the United States. This should make
an interesting case.
Ioan H: "How are you getting along with
Nancy M: "Oh. fine. Yesterday I went 50
miles an hour, and tomorrow I'm going to
try opening my eyes when I pass another
Ioe S: "Gosh, this liniment makes my arm
Iim S: "That's fine. Try rubbing some on
Sing a song of sulphide, beaker full of lime,
Four and twenty test tubes,
Breaking all the time.
When the cork is opened,
Fumes begin to reek-
lsn't this an Awful Mess
To have five times a week?
Leonard G: "Something came into my
mind and then went out again."
Ioan H: "Maybe it was lone1y."
Eilene P: "Last night Gerald tried to put
his arm around me six times." CSome arm.j
Dorothy G: "Have you taken a shower,
Mary Ioyce: "Why no: is one missing?"
Phillip R: "What position do you play on
the football team?"
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Darwin W: "No. it's just the perfume she's
A man's head is remarkably sensitive.
Pat him on the back and his head swells.
Miss Schlaack: "Use denial in a sentence."
Ioe: "Cleopatra lived and loved on denial.
Mr. Host: "Didn't you have a brother in
this course last year?"
Bob H: "No sir. it was I. I'm taking the
course over again."
Mr. Rost: "Extraordinary resemblance,
Wayne P: "There is a certain question
I've wanted to ask you all week."
Shirley C: "Well, get a move on you: I've
had the answer ready for months."
Donna C: "I found a splinter of wood in
my soup today."
Eileen S: "What did you do with it?"
Donna: "Oh! I ate it with the rest of my
Arden W: "Pop, what do they mean by
a gentleman farmer?"
Mr. Woods: "A gentleman farmer, my
son, is a farmer who seldom raises anything
but his hat."
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We, the members of the Senior Class of Arlington High School, village
of Arlington, State of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby
solemnly bequeath to our underclassmen and teachers, those several qualities
and characteristics which have distinguished us, being found in our Last Will
and Testament, thus:
I, Nancy Bame, will my liking of blue eyes and black hair to Barbara Mercer.
I, Beverly Bibler, leave school.
I, Colene Bibler, will my ability to use good English to Mrs. Knight.
I, Mary Ioyce Boehm, will my stature to Carol Armentrout.
I, Donna Cronbaugh, will all my injuries to anyone who thinks they can stand
I, Alvin Feller, leave my bass drum to Rich Wolford.
I, Ianel Frantz, will my secretarial abilities to anyone who can balance my
I, Dorothy Glick, will my ability to take Shorthand dictation to Phyllis Acker-
I, Leon Gossman, will my long hair to Art Houdeshell.
I, Leonard Grohoske, will my ability to play cards to Bob Wells.
I, Melvin Harvey, will my ability to perform on flying trapezes to Mr. McClary.
I, Ioan Hinger, will my Illinois Driver's License to Nancy McKinley.
I, Marilyn Hunter, leave my telephone in Beach's English Class to anyone who
thinks they can talk over it.
I, Gerald lnbody, will my ability to behave in Schlaack's English Class to Bill
I, Carl Oman, will my little Brown Iug to lack Babcock.
I, Eilene Pifer, will my ability to stay awake at slumber parties and giggle to
I, Wayne Pepple, will my basketball suit to Sam Marquart.
I, Philip Rogers, will my ambition to be a hard worker to Wayne Sink.
I, Ioe Schaaf, will my stature to Ronald Beach.
I, Eileen Schmehl, will my ability to argue in class meetings to Ierry Beagle.
I, Ierry Stahl, will my quiet temper and quiet ways to Sam Marquart.
I, Ann Smith, will my ability to get into the movies at half price to anyone who
thinks they can get away with it.
I, Iim Staley, will my little black book to Iohn Fahl.
I, Don Waltermire, will my football uniform to Ierry Beagle. '
I, Darwin Wilson, will my ability to drive a '38 Chevy to anyone who can
afford to buy it oil.
I, Arden Woods, will my good driving habits to Mr. Castor.
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Jackson Banner Furniture Co
DR. GORDON BIXEL
LEIBER'S JEWELRY STORE
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
STEINER 8a HUSER
Arrow Shirts - Freeman Shoes
For Lasting Portraits
NEU - ART STUDIO
Anderson and Johnson
Quality Flowers and Prompt Service
404 Second St. Findlay, Ohio Ph. 3665
415 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio
BLACK AND WARNER
403 So. Main Street Findlay
EGBERTS HOME FURNISHINGS
404 East Sandusky St. Tel. 2440
U H L M A N ' S
W A R R E N ' S
213 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
3071321 North Main Street
Trophies - Medals - Engravings
225 So. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
Gleason's Sales and Service
335 E. Main Cross Findlay, Ohio
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FINDLAY FOOD CENTER
220 South Main Street
2217-18 N. Main St.
Lynn A. Lyon Electric
622 South Main St. Findlay, Ohio
SCHWAB'S SPORTS CENTER
Team and School Outfitters
Complete Floral Service
Across from Hospital
Phone 2252 Findlay, Ohio
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