Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1956
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ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
SEATED: Everett Smith-Vice President, Alva Grieser-President
H. H. Warner-Clerk.
STANDING: Clair Houser, Carl Troucht, Donny Rossmcn, C. F
E. J. Joseph.
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C DEDICATION .
MR. ROST AND MR. BIBLER
We, the Senior Class of "56" dedicate this year's Excelsior to Mr. C. F.
Rost, Superintendent, and Mr. L. E. Bibler, Principal, whose many years of
faithful service in the teaching profession, at Arlington High School, are
greatly appreciated. Our deep respect and gratitude go to both.
The Class of "56'
Editor .......... .... C arol Marquart
Assistant Editor ....,..... ......... J ean Foltz
Business Manager ,......... ......... T om Kroske
Assistant Business Manager .... ..... R osalyn Gossman
Sales Manager ............ ...... J erry Beach
Snapshot Editor-. . . . . .,.. Carol Traucht
Calendar ....... ..... J one Smith
Prophecy ............. .... E dna Reichley
Who's Who .............. .... S onia Grieser
Last Will and Testament .... .... B ob Essinger
F. H. A. ..,,............ .... M arilyn Smith
F. F. A. .... ...Paul Dean Smith
Music ....... .... N ancy Bishop
Basketball ..... ....... W ayne Sink
Football ........ . . .Maynard Steinman
Honor Society .... ...... R ita Schafer
Joke Editor ..... ............... T erry Redick
History ....... ............... J ean Hartman
Art Editors .... .... J im Bame and Robert Grieser
Grades ........ ................. J anet Butte
High School ..... ................, L arry Beach
Assistants ....... ...... V irgil Cotner, Neal Davis,
Robert Schaller, Bill Arrington.
Absent from Picture. . . ................. Jean Hartman
EVANS TYPEWRITER CO., Royal Typewriter-Office Equipment, Findlay, Ohio.
C. F. ROST
Defiance High School
Defiance College, A.8.
Ohio State, M.A.
L. E. BIBLER
Arlington High School
Bowling Green University
Ohio State University, 8.S., M.A
HAROLD CASTOR HOWARD TROSTMILLER
Arlington High School East High School, Erie, Pa.
Findlay College, A.B. Findlay College
Kent State University, B.S. Coach, History
Coach, History, Democracy
University of Michigan
Dola High School
Ohio Northern University
Bowling Green State University
ELIZABETH KNIGHT RUTH WELTY
Centerville High School Bluffton High School
Miami-Jacobs Business College Bowling Green University, B.S
Wilmington College, A.B. Ohio State University
Commercial Home Ec., Biology
Lucas High School
Ohio State University, B.S.
Carrollton High School
Ohio Northern University
Geography, History, Arithmetic
Ada Hi h School
Ohio Northern University, A.B.
Latin, English, Arithmetic
Arlington High School
Wittenber Colle e A.B.
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Mt. Cory High School
Bowling Green State University, B.S.
English, Physical Education
EARL G. GOBRECHT
Arlington High School
Ohio Northern University
Findlay High School
Bowling Green University
FRANCES LOADER EDNA FIELDS
Carey High School Crowfis College
Bowling Green University Bowling Green University
Fourth Grade Third Grade
Mt. Blanchard High School
Bowling Green University
Continental High School
Bowling Green State University
Findlay High School
Bowling Green University
BEA CASTOR GWENOLYN WELLS
Arlington High School Arlington High School
Bowling Green University Ohio Northern University
Ohio Northern University Bowling Green University
First Grade First Grade
"I'm Great, they say."
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Class Play 3,
4, Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Boys Ensemble 3,
4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Annual Staff 4.
PAUL DEAN SMITH
"I must confess-that women like me."
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chor-
us 2,3, 4, Boys Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4,
Class Play 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Boys Quar-
tet 2, Annual Staff 4.
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"An innocent appearance, but looks are de-
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls Chorus I, 2, 3, 4,
Operetta I, 2, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Class Of-
ficer I, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Band 4, An-
nual Staff 4.
"All great men are dead, and I teel sick."
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Basketball
Manager I, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Boys
Ensemble 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Stage Mana-
ger I, Class Play 3, 4, Class Officer I, 2,
Annual Staff 4.
"Always happy, always gay, speaking kind-
ness on the way."
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 4, Girls Chorus
I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Operetta I, 2,
4, Class Play 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4,I Clarinet Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4,
Senior Girls Ensemble 4, Annual Staff 4.
"Speechless, not I."
FHA I, 2, 3, 4, FHA Officer 2, 3, Girls Chor-
us I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Class Play
3, 4, Business Manager 3, Class Officer 4,
Operetta I, 2, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, County
Honor Society Officer 4, Annual Staff 4.
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' ARLINGTON FORD SALES, Phone 55, Arlington, Ohio,
"The only thing wrong with doing nothing
is that you can't stop to rest."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, FFA Officer
3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Annual
"Men of few words are the best of men."
Football l, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Class Play 3,
Annual Staff 4.
"He attends to his business and wastes his
Boys Chorus 4, Stage Manager 3, 4, Oper-
etta 4, Annual Staff 4.
"Don't let studies interfere with education."
FFA I, 2, 3, FFA Officer3, Basketball 'l, 2, 3,
Mixed Chorus l, 4, Boys Chorus l, 4, An-
nual Staff 4.
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"You'd never know it but she's bashful. "
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 4, Girls Chor-
us l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Class Of-
ficer l, Operetta l, 2, 4, Honor Society 3, 4,
Clarinet Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls En-
semble 4, Annual Staff 4.
"Don't bother me, l'm too busy having fun."
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus l, 2, 3,
4, Operetta 'l, 2, 4, Class Play 4, FHA l, 2,
3, 4, FHA Officer 4, Senior Girls Ensemble
4, GAA 4, Annual Staff 4.
A Good Liberal Arts College, FlNDLAY COLLEGE, Findlay, Ohio.
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"Worry kills me, why die?"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mix-
ed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Basket-
ball Manager 3, 4, Football 3, Football Man-
ager 4, Class Play 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Class
Quartet 3, 4, Boys Ensemble 3, 4, Operetta
2, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Annual Staff 4.
"He has a style of his own."
FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager 3, 4, Foot-
ball 3, 4, Annual Staff 4.
i'Greater men have been born but I doubt
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, FFA
l, 2, 3, Class Play 4, Annual Staff 4.
SONJA ANN GRIESER
"The size isn't value."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mix-
ed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, 2, 4, Class
Play 3, 4, Clarinet Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, 4, Band
Officer 4, FHA l, 2, 3, FHA Officer 3, Sen-
ior Girls Ensemble 4, GAA 4, Annual Staff 4.
"He's always out for a good time."
FFA I, 2, 3,4 , FFA Officer 3, 4, Mixed Chor-
us l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Oper-
etta 4, Class Play 3, 4, Quartet l, 2, 3, 4
Football 4, Baseball Manager 4, Boys En:
semble 3, 4, Annual Staff 4.
"l have fought a good fight.
l have finished my course!"
Girls Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3
4, FHA l, 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Operetta l
2, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, Honor Society 3, 4
FHA Officer 3, Senior Girls Ensemble 4
Annual Staff 4.
THE MODERN HATCHERY, Phone 431 l, Chicks, Poultry, Supplies, Mt. Blanchard, Ohio.
"My idea of an agreeable person is one who
agrees with me."
Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Operetta l, 2, 4, Band 4, FHA l, 2, 3, FHA
Officer 3, Class Play 3, 4, Class Officer 2,
Honor Society 3, 4, FFA Queen l, 4, Senior
Girls Ensemble 4, Annual Staff 4.
"Its better to be short and shining then to be
big and cast a shadow."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Clar -
inet Ensemble l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, 2, 4,
Senior Girls Ensemble 4, Annual Staff 4.
"She has a smile for everyone."
FHA 4, Class Play 3, 4, Annual Staff 4.
"The Girls are my delight."
FFA l, 2, 3, 4, FFA Officer l, 4, Basketball
l, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Chorus l, 2, 3,
4, Operetta 2, 4, Class Officer 1, Boys Quar-
tet 'l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4.
"Why talk, others do enough of it."
FFA l, 2, 3, 4, FFA Officer 4, Stage Manager
3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Chorus
l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Ensemble l, Operetta l, 3, 4,
Annual Staff 4.
"Good things come in small packages."
Girls Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Operetta l, 2, 4, Class Play 4, Cheerleader
3, 4, Halloween Queen 4, Senior Girls En-
semble 4, Annual Staff 4.
BOSTON STORE, Where Spending is Saving, Findlay, Ohio.
CITY LAUNDRY 8- DRY CLEANING CO., ll6 E. Main Cross Street, Phone 610, Findlay, Ohio.
"For her there is only one."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta T, 2, 4, Class
Play 3, 4, FHA T, 2, 3, 4, FHA Officer 3, 4,
Honor Society 3, 4, FHA Bi-County Officer
3, 4, Award of Merit Ceremony 3, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls Ensemble 4, G
AA 4, Annual Staff 4.
"They can't say ambition ruined me."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 3, Boys Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chor-
us 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Annual Staff 4.
SENIORS WHO WERE TOGETHER T2 YEARS
FIRST ROW: Edna Reichley, Rita Schafer, Carol Traucht, Nancy Bishop, Janet Butte, Jean
Foltz, Rosalyn Gossman, Sonia Grieser, and Jean Hartman.
SECOND ROW: Tom Kroske, Wayne Sink, Paul Dean Smith, Jerry Beach, Robert Grieser,
Bill Arrington, Virgil Cotner, Jim Bame, and Bob Essinger.
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lST ROW: Janet Word, Mary Ann Alexander, Sue Hindall, Lelia Wolford, Dorthy Wal-
termire, Brenda Bowman, Phvllis Stahl, Ruth Ann Klotz, Jean Beach, Sally Grimes, Char-
lotte Smith, Judy Hartman, Mary Jane Bishop
2ND ROW: Mrs. LaRoche, Barbara Waxler, Dick Fink, Tom Long, Raymond Bower, Har
old Bower, Fred Stevenson, Duane Warner, Cathrine Hartman, John Hindall, Kemp Young
Larrv Woodward, Larry Rettig, Kenny Fink, Marlene Clinger, Mr. Daley.
ABSENT: Lewis Frantz, Gary Houdeshell, Jerry Businger.
lST ROW: Jim Middleton, Larry Steinman, Ronnie Brauneller, Bob Arrington, Loris Ward
Larry Brinkman, Jerry Lafterty, Larry Reigle.
2ND ROW: Kay Hartman, Janice Wagner, Phyllis Houdeshell, Shirley Brown, Myrna Bu
singer, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Cecelia Skeeters, Ruth Ann Walters, Joyce Wilson, Anna Reich
ley, Ann Fink, Brenda Badertscher.
3RD ROW: Mr. Trostmiller, Kay Hess, Sandra Marquart, Roberta lnbody, Eugene Grieser
Randolf Porter, J J. Solt, Donovan Kemmerly, Edwin Wisner, Julia Bishop, Diana Frantz
Sue Beagle, Shirley Feister, Joyce Redick, Mrs. Beach.
ABSENT: Harold Butte.
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MARATHON TRUCK STOP, Rt. 68 and 30 North, Williamstown, Ohio BRANDMAN IRON COMPANY Findlay Ohio
lst ROW: Eddie Woodward, Gerald Glick, John Paul Cole, Mike Smith, Tom Bates, Tom
Bidlack, Jerry Riter, Max Connode, Roy Reigle, Tom Hendricks, Paul Hartman, Steve Sink.
2nd ROW: Deanna Warner, Doris Rauch, Leontine Wise, Jeanette Butler, Vera Jean Wil-
son, Judy Crosser, Mary Jean Spaeth, James Wilch, Larry Brauneller, Barbara Marquart,
Beverly Smith, Joan Essinger, Mary Brauneller, Janice Marquart, Carolyn Boehm.
3rd ROW: Mr. Castor, Jean Cronbaugh, Elaine Bame, Karen Baumgardner, Linda Rettig,
Ronald Bibler, David Hartman, David Dillinger, Karen Grieser, Norman Rettig, James
Wright, Jack Jolliff, Mrs. Knight.
ABSENT: Robert Marquart.
FIRST GRADE - T944
FIRST ROW: Norma Streicher, Della Moss, Carol Ann Traucht, Edna Reichley, Kay Wag-
ner, Jane Smith. Jean Hartman, Ruth Ballinaer, Leontine Wise, and Sonia Grieser.
SECOND ROW: Jean Foltz, Rita Schater, Nancy Bishop, Barbara Fields, Janet Butte, Kaye
Hess, Jane Anna Houser, Marlene Newlon, Rosalyn Gossman, and Bernadine Businger.
THIRD ROW: Virgil Cotner, Horold Bower, Paul Dean Smith, Jimmy Bame, Ralph Wol-
ford, Jerry Beach, Terry Redick, Robert Reigle, Frederick Rothlisberger, Robert Grieser
and Mrs. Castor.
FOURTH ROW: Bob Essinger, Larry Rettig, Bud Lafferty, Robert Schaller, Carol Lee Es-
singer, Wayne Sink, Bill Arrington, Chester Greeno, Tom Kroske, and Larry Arnold.
NATIONAL AUTOMOTlVE FIBRES. INC., Findlav and Forest, Ohio
THE HANCOCK BRICK 81 TILE COMPANY, Vitrified Clay Drain Tile, Yees, Ells, and Curves, Telephone 780 Findlay Ohio
TST ROW: Ann Dally, Sally LaRoche, Sandra Gossman, Ann Jameson, Mary Lou Davis,
Bill Leymaster, Keith Houdeshell, Susan Reinking, Nan Bishop, Patsy Cannode, Buddy
QND ROW: Mrs. Welty, Judy Garlinger, Karen Hosafros, Rachel Kimmel, Sharon Rich-
ards, Judy Bates, Betty Krout, Sue Wisner, Sandra Crates, Marilyn Bame, Diane Knight,
IST ROW: James Dunn, Billy Bame, Keith Jolliff, Joe Brinkman, Ben Mitchell, Jan Ross-
man, David Jolliff.
2ND ROW: Ober Feasel, Nancy Baughman, Lilea Pifer, Margaret Decker, Diane Turn-
bell, Joanne Beagle, Wilma Wright, Jerome Glick, Gary Mann, Arlene Marquart.
3RD ROW: William Bishop, Neil Bushong, Carol lnbody, Larry Day, Judith Grieser, Gene
Musgrave, Marie Waltermire, Lynn Orwick, Mr. Mengert.
Best Wishes For Success In Every Field, COOPER TIRE 8. RUBBER CO., Findlay, Ohio
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lST ROW: Joe Waaner, Eugene Woods, Jerry Grohoske, A
QND ROW: Karen Haley, Becky Long, Linda Foltz, Duck Mercer, Edgar Patton, Fred Smith
Paul Dean Wells, James Johnson, David Davis, Noris Beach.
3RD ROW: Betty Reagle, Sue Solomon, Beverly Feasel, Addie Rice, Gene Crates, David
Race, Howard Skeeters, Dale Costello, Janet Musgrave, Rosmary Bishop, Phyllis Lafferty,
Mrs Evelyn Falk.
lST ROW: Mike Bishop, Richard Smith, David Smith, Richard Cannode, Jack Glick, Carol
Rettig, Sally lnbody, Sharon Businger, Joyce Kemerley, Ted Mitchell.
QND ROW: Steven Riter, Frank Jolliff, Dennis Day, Rosella Horton, Alan Wolford, Diane
Rettig, Cathie Solt, Sharon Reichley, Margaret Hartman, Diane Brauneller, Connie Bow-
ers, Barbara Badertscher, Mr. Willeke.
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BAZLEY'S MEAT MARKET, 332 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio
DALE KROUT 8. SONS, Asphalt Contractors, Residental-lndustrial, Ph. 4761, Findlay, Ohio
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IST ROW: Wayne Hartman, Steven Greiser, Bobby McKinley, Bob Elsea, David Reigle,
Bob Sink, Donnie Essinger, Gary Hindall, Joe Romick, Gary Inbody, Russell Brauneller,
2ND ROW: Joe Clevenger, Teresa Price, Carol Gonzalos,, Mariane Pifer, Eddie Reigle
Joyce Rossman, Dennis Feasel, Donald Gray, Maryetta Arrington, Jon Treece, Lois Powell
Karen Bishop, Janet Treece, Beverly Riegle, Nancy Rower, Larry Hickle.
3RD ROW: James Roberts, Darol Jameson, Jean Krout, Richard Gallent, Carolyn Hartman
Brian Bibler, Leos Gonzalos, Ronnie Essinger, Jeanette Cole, Larry Dunn, Dexter Wilson
Patricia Wells, Linda Warner, E. G. Gobrecht.
IST ROW: Walter Saum, Jerry Hickle, Eddie Steinman, Charles Crates, Glenn Lafferty,
Donald Vanderhoff, David Powell, Joe Bishop, Bobby Marquart, Charles Cannode, Jack
Dunn, Billy Brown.
2ND ROW: Mary Lou Patton, Ruth Ann Nessler, Gary Haley, Jane Gillespie, Billy Brew-
ster, Carl Rice, Janet Jolliff, Alan McMiIlen, Ronald Wolford, Tommy Mercer, Cathy Sink,
Elaine Smith, Jeanne Williams, Cheryl Waxler.
3RD ROW: Mary Lee Richard, Lois Ann Wilson, Charles Nicholson, Larry Bibler, Barbara
Beard, Ann Long, Martha George, Paul Van Gundy, Michael Beuclar, Gretchan Wilson,
Jan Kemerly, Jimmy Steinman, Miss Foltz.
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1ST ROW: Jimmy Price, Jeffrey Rettig, John Reilly, Rex Bishop, LaVern Steinman.
2ND ROW: Stephanie Hendricks, Dianne Hartman, Brenda Human, Danny Smith, Steve
Smith, Brenda Brinkman, William Alge, Mary Crates, Rebecca Mitchell.
3RD ROW: Dean Davis, Glenda Baughman, Trudy Green, Marvin Rower, Ronald Russell,
Lee Alan Best, Mary Ellen Hartman, Donald Drefke, Sue Long, Betty Brewster, Mrs.
IST ROW: John Reuter, Billy Davis, Danny Patton, Everett Reigle.
2ND ROW: Julene Hindall, Randall Jacobs, David Drefke, Leora Wright, Freddy Saum,
Donald Steinman, Paulette Beard, Stevie Essinger, Alma Gonzales.
3RD ROW: Diana Moser, Clarence Decker, John King, Nancy Haley, Douglas Rhodus,
Sandra Gossman, Dean Hinger, LaDonna Feister, Nancy Drummelsmith, Linda Bishop,
CORBIN BROTHERS CHEVROLET M. H. CRATES, Drainage Contractor, Telephone 4374 or 4273, Jenera, Ohio
lST ROW: Terry Underwood, Paul Patton, Tom Orwick, Dale Nicholson, Bobby Carroll,
Steve Rinehart, Freddy Reigle, Donald Wright, Ronnie Kemerley.
2ND ROW: Cynthia Bash, Karen Hartman, Patricia Businger, Anna Rice, John Gehrisch,
Michael Musgrave, Freddy Arrington, David Lafferty, Diane Bishop, Ralph Shackelford,
3RD ROW: Tommy Fuhrer, Karen Metzger, Harry Scholz, Judy McClelland, Sammy Ro-
berts, Sandra Benjamin, Jimmy Dillinger, Dean Steinman, Rita Smith, Linda Butte, Mrs.
ABSENT: David lnbody, Rubetta Wilch.
lST ROW: Ronnie Jolliff, Charles Hartman, Donnie Kemerley, Jesse Wilch, George Can-
node, Danny Hartman, George Human, Lonnie Pepple, Donald Musgrave.
2ND ROW: Alice Williams, Sarah Reinking, Diane Steinman, Jane Grohoske, Nancy Fox,
Betty Wells, Cheryl Corbin, Barbara Von Stein, Jeri-Jean Hartman, Connie Strouse, Sue
3RD ROW: Randy Higley, Sherry Fahl, Mary Shellenbarger, Janel Shank, Judy Jolliff,
Sharron McKinley, Wayne Bushong, Everett Musgrave, Chris Eibling, Janet Smith, Mrs.
PLAIN VIEW FARM,Grade A Mill: and lce Cream, Phone 4373, Jenera, Ohio
lST ROW: Tim Rinehart, John Steinman, Ray Gonzales, Dana Davis, Richard Brown.
2ND ROW: Waneta Cotner, Bobby Green, Dale Dawson, Rosemary Feller, Susie Bibler,
Nancy Rayle, Karen Brauneller, Mike Smith, Cheryl Essinger.
3RD ROW: Kay Gray, Jim Steinman, Sharon Dunn, Cynthia Fahl, Elaine Oates, Nancy
Dillinger, Joey Traucht, Joyce Wilson, Barry Fo3c, Janet Gallant, Mrs. Huffman.
ABSENT: Earl Launder, James Hindall.
IST ROW: Gregory Ward, Betsy Beagle, Donnie Reuter, Joe Metzger, Carlyon Human,
2ND ROW: Linda Shackelford, Linda Robinson, David Wilch, J. D. Richard, Lynette Bib-
ler, Larry Sherman, Patty Patton, Sharon Roberts, Gary Tong, Norman Chamberlain, Pam-
3RD ROW: Barbara Patton, Charles Smith, Marcia Businger, Wanda LaRoche, Eric Grie-
ser, Wayne Frantz, Diane Fields, Ronald Saum, Stephen Beach, Robert Steinman, Mrs.
ABSENT: Mary Hartman, Keith Morrow.
G. DRUMMELSMITH, "New and Used Farm Equipment", One Mile North and One Mile West of Arlington
lST ROW: Linda Hauman, Vaughn Hopkins, Cynthia Reamsnyder, Linda Houdeshell, Betty
Jo Rice, Martha Powell, Gary Rice, Joe Gonzales, Mickell Carroll.
2ND ROW: Chris Businger, Ramona Hartman, Danny Sherman, Nancy Treece, Debra Pep-
ple, Dennis Clevenger, Terry Suter, Sharon Nicholson, Jimmy McClellan, Linda Smith,
3RD ROW: Roger Russell, Marvin Bame, Greg Snyder, Robert Hartman, Becky LaRoche,
Christine Reilly, Nancy Launder, Mike VonStein, Steven Willeke, Mrs. Caster.
ABSENT: Susie Coldren, Danny Jolliff, Carol Reigle.
lST ROW: Terry Metzger, Donny Benjamin, Ralph Green, Michael Dawson, Richard Dunn.
2ND ROW: Jennifer Betts, Darlene Wilch, Patricia Van Gundy, Karen Hartman, Susan
Drummelsmith, Linda Brinkman, William Shackelford, Christine Grieser, Jackie Schey.
3RD ROW: George Lanning, Danny Frantz, Anna Salsbury, Harold Numan, Mary Neu-
berger, Max Hosafros, Ruth Anne Mengert, Sammy Butte, Yvonne Gossman, Dennis Liv-
ingston, Mrs. Wells.
ABSENT: Connie Babcock, Sherry Baughman, Martin Grieser, Gary McMillen, Sandra
Salsbury, Clayton Wright, Linda Wright.
Compliments of THE HANCOCK SAVINGS 8. LOAN, South Main at Sandusky Street, Findlay, Ohio
Mrs. Ruth Kroske. Mrs. Wanda Steinman,
Mrs. Ester Bormuth.
Paul Gallent, Floyd Clinger, Bob Russel,
Wilbur Garlinger, Harry Smith, Roland
Schllenberger, Wendoll Bates.
O. H. LAFFERTY PLUMBING AND HEATING, Lennox Furnaces, Phone I40
JENERA CO-OP ASSOCIATION, Echo Feeds, Water Resistant Cement Blocks.
DONNA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE, Modern 81 Air Conditioned, Phone II6-J, Arlington, Ohio
lst ROW: Duane Warner, Larry Woodward, Neil Davis, Jerry Beach. Bob Grieser, Terry
Redick, Paul Smith, Wayne Sink, Bob Essinger, Larry Beach, Tom Kroske, John Hindal.
2nd ROW: Mr. Trostmiller, Jerry Lafferty, Larry Reigle,'Fred Stevenson, Ronald-Bibler,
Ed Wisner, J. J. Solt, Gene Grieser, Don Kemerly, Larry Rettig, Loris Ward, Jack Jolliff
Max Connode, Ed Woodward, Mr. Castor.
3rd ROW: Paul Hartman, Tom Hendricks, John Cole, Tom Bates, David Hartman, Mike
Smith, Larry Brauneller, Roy Reigle, Virgil Cotner.
ABSENT: Maynard Steinman, Lewis Frantz, Gary Houdeshell, Harold Butte.
On August 20, 32 members answered the call of Mr. Castor for football
We opened the season at Findlay, in the preview against Ada, which
came out a loss of 14 to 0.
We opened the Hancock County Football League by going to Cory-
Rawson and defeated the Hornets 9-6 on a 95 yard run by Terry Redick.
Next we played Liberty, at home. The Red Devils came out on top with
an easy victory 39-0. T. D.'s were made by P. D. Smith, T. Kroske, W. Sink,
M. Steinman, and Terry Redick. The whole team was allowed to play in this
Next McComb came to Arlington to go home defeated 22-0. T. D.'s
by T. Redick, a pass from W. Sink to M. Steinman good for 25 yards. T. D.
by W. Sink and a field goal by T. Redick.
The home game with a tough Vanlue team was played on a muddy
field and a scoreless tie was the outcome of the game.
The Red Devils then went to Arcadia and came home with a close 7-0
victory over the Red Skins. T. D. by W. Sink on o 35 yard run. T. Redick
kicked the extra point.
The last league game for the season was played with the Van Buren's
Black Knights on their field. The iubilant Red Devils came home with the
championship title. Wisner had 2 T. D.'s and P. D. Smith had one for a 20-6
To end the football season, North Baltimore came to Arlington to go
home defeated 19-14. 2 T. D.'s were made by P. D. Smith, one by W. Sink
with T. Redick kicking the extra point.
The football team of T955 wishes to thank and congratulate Mr. Castor
for his fine work in making the championship team of "55".
TRAUCHT STORE, Frozen Food Center, Arlington, Ohio.
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THE NATIONAL LIME AND STONE COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, Arlington, Ohio
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Compliments of DR. H. K. TREEECE, M.D., DR. J. E. WILLIAMS, M.D.
ARLINGTON HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC, Lee H. Gillespie, Generol Electric ond R.C.A.
WAYNE SINK MAYNARD STEINMAN
JERRY BEACH PAUL DEAN SMITH
WARREN'S MEN SHOP, 213 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio.
Compliments of J. J. SOLT, D.V.M., Arlington, Ohio LElTER'S MARKET, The Best for Less, Jenero, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Barbara Badertscher, Sharon Businger, Connie Bowers, Rosella Horton, Mar-
garet Hartman, Sue Reinking, Linda Foltz, Sally La Roche, Ann Dally, Carol Rettig, Mary
SECOND ROW: Barbara Waxler, Mary Jean Spaeth, Joyce Wilson, Rhea Jean Kimmel,
Anna Reichley, Phyllis Houdeshell, Ann Fink, Shirley Feister, Joyce Redick, Sue Beagle,
Janice Wagner, Cathy Solt, Diania Frantz, Mary Alice Nesler, Betty Krout.
THIRD ROW: Joanne Beagle, Patsy Cannode, Nan Bishop, Sandra Gossman, Karen Haley,
Marilyn Bame, Judy Garlinger, Carolyn Boehm, Judy Crosser, Deanna Warner, Elaine
Bame, Jean Cronbaugh, Vera Jean Wilson, Diane Turnbell, Betty Riegle, Diane Brauneller,
Diane Rettig, Charlotte Smith, Marilyn Smith, Mrs. Falk.
FOURTH ROW: Janet Butte, Sharon Hosatros, Diane Knight, Judith Grieser, Marie Wal-
termire, Carol lnbody, Sharon Richards, Judy Bates, Sueann Soloman, Sonia Grieser, Shar-
on Reichley, Becky Long, Rosemary Bishop, Ann Jameson, Wilma Wright, Arlene Mar-
quart, Nancy Baughman, Leila Pifer, Addie Mae Rice.
Jane Smith Marilyn Smith
BEACH S CLOVER FARM, Choice Meats, Groceries and Vegetables, THE OHIO OIL COMPANY, Findlay Ohio
FIRST ROW: Wayne Sink, Paul Dean Smith, Lewis Frantz, Jerry Beach, Maynard Stein-
SECOND ROW: Mr. Trostmiller, Tom Long, Duane Warner, Edwin Wisner, Louie Rettig,
Jerry Businger, Virgil Cotner.
On February 17, we played our first tourney game at Cory-Rawson.
Trailing at the end ofthe first quarter, we finally got our senses together,
and began hitting. We pulled away in the third quarter and went on to win
73-41. Sink netted 20 and Smith and Frantz each got 17. Mt. Blanchard was
held to 12 points the last half. Our victory over Blanchard gave us another
chance at Cory-Rawson. Playing at Mc Comb, we played even with Cory-
Rawson, leading by 2 points at the end of the half. Cory-Rawson began
clicking in the last half and went on to win 62-53. Frantz led the Red Devils
in scoring with 14.
Though not fairing too well in the tourney, we got a share of the
league championship. Our season record was 11 wins against 5 losses. We
thank Mr. Trostmiller for a very fine season.
TASTY-TATER COMPANY, Potato Chips, Made in Findlay, 237 Prospect Avenue, Phone 291
HANCOCK COUNTY FARM EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION BRANAN'S GULF, Service With a Smile
We opened our basketball season on November 18th with an over-
whelming 87-36 victory over Mt. Blanchard on the latter's court. Sink and
Smith led the Red Devils in scoring with 27 and 20 points.
- On November 22 we went to play Arcadia on their floor in a non-
league affair. Lewis Frantz led the Red Devils to a 58-54 victory with 19
On December 2 we iourneyed to Cory-Rawson. Leading 26-20 at half
time we went on to win 58-45. Paul Dean Smith was high point maker, get-
ting 23 points. He had an eagle eye in the last'quarter making 11 out of
13 free throws.
In our first home game we played a tough Vanlue quintet. Trailing by
2 points at the end of the half, we came back to tie it up at 52 all as the
final gun sounded. Vanlue scored 6 to our 4 in the overtime to win 58-56.
Smith netted 17 for the Red Devils.
In our first league game, we whipped Van Buren on our court, 73-59.
Frantz and Sink each garnered 10 points.
In another non-league engagement we out-scored Mc Comb 53-42.
Beach led in the scoring with 15.
On January 6 we racked up another league win by beating a greatly
improved Blanchard ball club. We led all the way winning 77-67. Frantz
scored 24 points.
On January 13 we won our third league game without a loss on Mc
Comb's court. We had a rough time, but came out on the long end of a 68-
58 score. Sink led the Red Devils with 23 points.
On January 20, on our floor, we lost our first league game to Cory-
Rawson. Trailing by only 3 points at the end of the half, we blew up in the
last half and lost 70-46. Wisner was high point man with 11.
On January 27 we went to Liberty-Benton to beat the Eagles 54-42.
Paul Dean Smith garnered 20 points. Our league record was now 4-1.
The following Saturday night we played a non league game against
Hardin-Northern at Dunkirk. Leading at the half, we lost 73-58.
February 3, we picked up our 5th league win as against 1 loss by beat-
ing Arcadia on our floor 66-61. Frantz scored 21 points.
February 7 we lost a non-league game to Carey on our floor 68-53.
February 10 was the big game of the year. We played Vanlue on their
court. If we should win, we earn a share in the championship title despite
our loss to Cory-Rawson. Vanlue had beaten C-R one game 52-51. The Red
Devils, playing their best game of the season led all the way and whipped
Vanlue 55-43. All five starters scored evenly. With this win we shared cham-
pionship honors with Cory-Rawson and Vanlue.
AHS Mt. Blanchard 'AHS Mc Comb
AHS Arcadia 'AHS Cory-Rawson
AHS Cory-Rawson 'AHS Liberty-Benton
AHS Vanlue AHS Hardin-Northern
'AHS Van Buren 'AHS Arcadia
AHS Mc Comb AHS Carey
'AHS Mt. Blanchard 'AHS Vanlue
'Denotes league games.
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FIRST ROW: Steve Sink, Paul Hartman, Eddie Woodward, Tom Hendricks.
SECOND ROW: Larry Reigle, Edwin Wisner, Duane Warner, Tom Long, Jerry Businger.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Trostmiller, Jack Jolliff, Larry Brinkman, Loris Ward, J. J. Solt, Donovan
Kemerly, Harold Butte, Roy Reigle.
.IU NIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
FIRST ROW: Keith Jolliff, Jack Jolliff, Eddie Woodward, Tom Hendricks, Lynn Orwick.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Trostmiller, BiIIy Bame, Paul Hartman, William Bishop, Roy Reigle,
Larry Day, Eugene Musgrave.
THE S 8: S DRUG STORE, Everything Photographic, Trustworthy Prescriptions, 223 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio.
SPANGLER ELECTRIC, 327 North Main, Findlay, Ohio M. D. NEFF LUMBER, 125 Fair Street, Findlay, Ohio
Judy Hartman, Diana Frantz, Marilyn Smith, Jane Smith.
JUNIIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
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BRYANTS SHOE STORE, 608 South Main, Findlay, Ohio.
ELDON E. KING, Well Drilling and Trailer Sales, Phone IQO, Arlington, Ohio.
HANCOCK HARDWARE, "The Hardware Store", Opposite the Court House, Phone 2033, Findlay
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Ist ROW: Judy Hartman, Jeanette Butler, Judy Bates, Phyllis Houdeshell, Janice Wagner,
2nd ROW: Ann Dally, Sally LaRoche, Ann Jameson, David Dillinger, Judy Crosser, Elaine
Bame, Deanna Warner, Edwin Wisner, Carol Traucht, Sue Beagle, Rita Schafer, Sonia
Grieser, Ann Fink, Jean Cronbaugh, Betty Krout, Sue Wisner, Leontine Wise.
3d ROW: Edna Reichely, Dorthy Waltermire, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Sandra Gossman, Keith
Houdeshell, Billy Leymaster, Marilyn Bame, Cathy Solt, Fred Stevenson, Virgil Cotner,
Sally Grimes, Diane Rettig, Charlotte Smith, Mary Lou Davis, Carol Rettig, Ted Mitchell,
4th ROW: Sharon Businger, Ruth Ann Walters, Joyce Wilson, Lelia Wolford, Myrna Bus-
inger, Sandra Marquart, Alan Wolford, Diane Knight, Sue Hindall, Duane Warner, Ruth
Ann Klotz, Mary Jane Spaeth, Brenda Bowman, Kenneth Fink, Racheal Kimmel, Mary Ann
Alexander, Sharon Richard.
5th ROW: Mr. Willeke, Roberta Inbody, Nancy Bishop, Barbara Waxler, Vera Jean Wil-
son, Sandra Crates, Julia Bishop, Marilyn Smith.
Many new members were added to the band this year. Under the su-
perb direction of Mr. Russell Willeke, the band has regained its former ex-
During football season the band presented some stirring half-time shows
whenever the field wasn't muddy! The Seniors planned the Halloween Show.
The members of the band attended the Ohio State vs. Iowa football game.
The spectacular band show presented by the Ohio State Marching Band was
enjoyed by every band member, I'm sure.
The concert band will open its season by presenting a concert January
29, l956. Preparations are being made for the County Musicale to be held
at Cory-Rawson High School on Febraury 4, I956. Band and chorus members
are, aIso,preparing for the Music Contests at McComb, February 20 and at
Bluffton, March 24.
The officers elected this year are the following: President, Carol Traucht,
Vice President, Duane Warner: Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Bishop: Reporter,
Sally Gimes: Social leader, Charlotte Smith, Librarians, Sonia Greiser and
REPUBLICAN COURIER, Radio Station WFIN, Findlay, Ohio.
PORTER'S MUSIC, FindIay's Complete Music Store, Findlay, Ohio.
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Edna Reichley, Jane Smith, Carol Troucht
Rita Schafer, Nancy Bishop, Sonia Grieser
Janet Butte, Marilyn Smith, Rosalyn Goss
Brenda Bowman, Ruth Ann Klotz, Sue Beagle,
Joyce Wilson, Tom Kroske, Kenneth Fink,
Wayne Sink, Virgil Cotner.
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Judy Hartman Janice Wagner, Judy Bates, Jeanette Butler, Judy Hartman
Shirley Fiester, Phyllis Houdeshell.
FIRST ROW: Shrrley Ferster, Phyllrs Houdeshell Judy Hartman, Jane Smrth, Edna Relchley,
Sue Htndall, Phyllrs Stahl, Sue Beagle, Roberta lnbody, Dorthy Waltermrre, Lerla Wole
ford, Marrlyn Smuth, Mary Ann Alexander, Deanna Warner, Brenda Badertscher.
SECOND ROW1Janrce Wagner, Sonia Grneser, Janet Ward, Ruth Ann Klotz, Mary Jean
Soaeth, Barbara Waxler, Barbara Marquart, Diana Frantz, Ruth Ann Walters, Ann Funk,
Carol Marquart, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Catherine Hartman, Joyce Wrlson, Joyce Redrck,
Charlotte Smtth, Sally Grrmes, Myrna Busrnger, Duane Beach, Brenda Bowman, Joan Es-
srnaer Anna Relchley,
THIRD ROW- Janace Marquart, Mary Brauneller, Beverley Smrth, Lrnda Rettrg Sandra
Marquart, Jean Foltz, Ruta Schaffer, Nancy Bishop, Carol Traucht, Rosalyn Gossman, Mare
Iene Clrnger, lanet Butte, Elarne Bame, Vera Jean Wrlson, Jeannette Butler, Judy Crosser,
Jean Cronbaugh, Julra Brshop, Doris Rausch, Carolyn Boehm, Jean Beach Karen Baum-
FIRST ROW' Eddee Woodward, Tom Kroslce, Robert Schaller, Terry Red1clc,Jaclc Jollrft
Vrrgnl Cotner, Wayne Sink, Donovan Kemerley, Paul Hartman.
SECOND ROW- Mrlce Smrth, Jerry Rrter, Lorrs Ward, Harold Butte, Ered Stevenson, Duane
Warner, Bobby Arrrngton, Tom Brdldck, Bob Essrnger, Jerry Busnnger, Maynard Sternman,
Davtd Drllrnger, Davrd Hartman, Larry Brrnlcman Torn Bates, Mr. Wrlleke.
THJRD ROW: James Mrddleton, Larry Rergle, Tom l-lendrrcks, Kenneth Ernk, Raymond Bo'
wer, Eugene Grreser, Ronald Brbler, J, J. Solt, Edwin Wrsner, Paul Dean Srnrth, Bull Ar'
rrngton, Harold Bower, James Bame, John Paul Cole, Gerald Gluck,
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FIRST ROW: Phyllis Houdeshell, Ruth Ann Klotz, Judy Hartman, Janet Ward, Marlene
Clinger, Brenda Bowman, Sue Beagle, Joyce Wilson, Sue Hindall, Mary Ann Alexander,
Dorthy Waltermire, Catherine Hartman.
SECOND ROW: Jane Smith, Jean Foltz, Carol Traucht, Edna Reichley, Tom Kroske, Terry
Redick, Bob Essinger, Edwin Wisner, Wayne Sink, Rosalyn Gossman, Marilyn Smith, Janet
Butte, Leila Wolford, Charlotte Smith, Diana Frantz.
THIRD ROW: Sonia Grieser, Rita Schafer, Phyllis Stahl, Barbara Waxler, Nancy Bishop,
Ann Fink, Larry Riegle Kenneth Fink, Bobby Arrington, Duane Warner, Virgil Cotner, Jer-
ry Businger, Donovan Kemkerley, Maynard Steinman, Joyce Redick, Sally Grimes, Rober-
ta lnbody, Carol Marquart, Rhea Jean Kimmel.
FOURTH ROW: Eddie Woodward, Paul Hartman, Tom Bates, David Dillinger, Loris
Ward, Harold Butte, Robert Schaller, Raymond Bowers, Eugene Grieser, J. J. Solt, James
Bame, Fred Stevenson, Ronald Bibler, Larry Brinkman, Paul Dean Smith, Jack Jolliff, Myrna
Businger, Ruth Ann Walters, Mr. Willeke. '
FIRST ROW: Brenda Bowman, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Mary Lou Davis, Charlotte, Dorthy
SECOND ROW: Fred Stevenson, Virgil Cotner, Sally Grimes,Sue Hindall, Duane Warner,
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FIRST ROW: Leila Wolford, Sally Grimes, Duane Warner, Fred Stevenson, Kenneth Fink,
Brenda Bowman, Catherine Hartman.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Beach, Janet Ward, Marilyn Smith, Barbara Waxler, Nancy Bishop,
Carol Traucht, Rosalyn Gossman, Jean Foltz, Rita Schafer, Carol Marquart, Edna Reich-
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FIRST ROW: Cecelia Skeeters, Elaine Bame, Jean Cronbaugh, Vera Jean Wilson, Deanna
Warner, Joan Essinger, Judy Crosser, Karen Orieser, Brenda Badertscher.
SECOND ROW: Larry Steinman, Sandra Marquart, Roberta lnbody, Julia Bishop, Mary
Jean Spaeth, Carolyn Boehn, Jerry Riter, Edwin Wisner, David Hartman, Tom Hendricks,
Mrs. La Roche.
MAURICEIS BEAUTY SHOP, 309 I-2 South Main, Tinting, Permanents, Hair Styling.
THE PHOTO CENTER, 207 South Main Street, Phone 5925, Findlay, Ohio. FALKS MARKET, Mt. Cory, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Janet Ward, Marlene Clinger, Sue Hindall, Judy Hartman, Charlotte Smith,
Sally Grimes, Dorthy Waltermier, Mary Ann Alexander, Phyllis Stahl.
SECOND ROW: Jerry Businger, Tom Long, Brenda Bowman, Leila Wolford, Ruth Ann
Klotz, Barbara Waxler, Catherine Hartman, Jean Beach, Larry Rettig, Mr. Castor.
THIRD ROW: Kenneth Fink, Raymond Bowers, Kemp Young, Fred Stevenson, Lewis Frantz,
Garry Houdeshell, John Hindall, Larry Woodward, Dick Fink.
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BROADWAY SANDWICH SHOP, Open 24 Hours, Findlay, Ohio
BLUFFTON COLLEGE, An Accredited Liberal Arts, Christian College.
TROUT FURNITURE COMPANY, 508 S. Main Street, Findlay, Ohio.
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FIRST ROW: Virgil Cotner, Gary Houdeshell, Bob Essinger, Jerry Beach, Paul Dean Smith,
Terry Redick, Robert Schaller.
SECOND ROW. Mr. Mengert, John Paul Cole, Gerald Glick, James Wilch, James Wright,
Robert Marquart, Mike Smith, Larry Oman, Larry Brauneller, Norman Rettig.
THIRD ROW, Paul Hartman, Harold Butte, Larry Brinkman, Loris Ward, Raymond Bower,
J. J. Solt, Lewis Frantz, Harold Bower, Ronald Bibler, David Hartman, Neal Davis, Dick
Fink, Eugene Grieser, Ronald Brauneller.
The F.F.A. is made up of 30 members, 7 seniors, 5 iuniors, 6 sophomores
and I2 freshmen.
The officers for the year T955-56 are, Jerry Beach, President, Robert Es-
singer, Vice President, Gary Houdeshell, Secretary, Paul Dean Smith, Trea-
surer, Robert Schaller, Reporter, Terry Reddick, Sentinel, Mr. Fred Mengert,
The activities of the year include pest hunt, parent and son banquet,
chapter parliamentary team, state iudging contest, corn test plot, seed corn
sales, garden seed sales.
The Chapter toured the International Sales and Service and Gehrisch
Implement Sales on the study of farm mechanics. Future activities will in-
clude state and county fairs, and the Arlington Homecoming.
HANCOCK HYBRIDS INC. FARM SEEDS, Phone 3493, Findlay, Ohio.
HINGER'S BOTTLE GAS SERVICE, Route 224, Findlay, Ohio. STELLA'S SODA GRILL, Phone 214, Arlington, Ohio
FlRST ROW: Beverly Smith, Jeannette Butler, Phyllis Houdeshell, Janice Wagner.
SECOND ROW: Ann Fink, Rhea Jean Kimmel, Janet Ward, Charlotte Smith, Marilyn
Smith, Janet Butte, Anna Reichley, Joyce Wilson, Myrna Businger.
THIRD ROW: Mrs. Welty, Karen Baumgardner, Sue Beagle, Joyce Redick, Catherine Hart-
man, Ruth Ann Klotz, Phyllis Stahl, Diane Beach, Jean Foltz, Barbara Marquart.
The Arlington Future Homemakers of America Chapter of 1955-56 or-
ganized in October electing the following officers: President, Marilyn Smith,
Vice-President, Janet Butte, Secretary, Charlotte Smith,Treasurer,Janet Ward,
Parliamentarian, Anna Reichley, and Reporter, Rhea Jean Kimmel. Mrs. Ruth
Welty is the Chapter Advisor and Mrs. Clyde Butte is the Chapter Mother.
Five girls were initiated into our organization this year which has a member-
ship of 25.
Our first activity of the year was the exhibit at the Hancock County
Fair and in November a bake sale was held. In December we were the
guests of the F.F.A. Chapter at a Christmas Party. In January the chapter was
in charge of a cake raffle at the Cory-Rawson basketball game. Our Parent
and Daughter Banquet was held on March 16 and in May we had our fare-
Both Bi-County Meetings at Mt. Blanchard and Arcadia were attended.
EGBERTS HOME FURNISHING, 404 East Sandusky, Phone 2440, Findlay, Ohio.
ESSINGERS APPAREL SHOP, Phone, Arlington, Ohio. REAMSNYDERS SUPER MARKET, Phone 6, Arlington Ohio
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Edna Reichley, Jean Foltz, Rosalyn Gossman, Sonia Grieser.
SECOND ROW: Tom Kroske, Virgil Cotner, Robert Schaller, Wayne Sink, Jerry Beach,
Paul Dean Smith, Larry Beach, Bill Arrington, Terry Redick, Bob Essinger.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
FIRST ROW: Nancy Bishop, Carol Traucht, Jane Smith, Marilyn Smith, Carol Marquart,
Edna Reichley, Jean Foltz, Janet Butte, Rosalyn Gossman, Sonia Grieser.
SECOND ROW: Tom Kroske, Virgil Cotner, Robert Schaller, Wayne Sink, Jerry Beach,
Paul Dean Smith, Bob Essinger, Terry Redick, Bill Arrington, Bob Grieser, Neal Davis.
PIFER STONE COMPANY, Crushed Stone and Agriculture Lime, Phone I6l-F-21 Arlington.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class ofI956, of Arlington High School, and the city of
Arlington in the county of Hancock in the state of Ohio, being of sound
mind and body, do make and declare this, our last will and testament. We
bequeath to our under-classmates and teachers these qualities which we
think will help them to be as successful as we were.
I, William Arrington, will my "42" Ford to anyone who can afford the re-
I, James Bame, will my curly hair to anyone who can afford the beauty par-
I, Jerry Beach, will my ability to play right tackle to Kenneth Fink.
I, Larry Beach, will my talking ability to Loris Ward.
I, Nancy Bishop, will my height to Janice Wagner.
I, Janet Butte, will my dancing ability to Kemp Young.
l, Virgil Cotner, will my ability to keep oil in the crankcase to anybody who
drives a car.
I, Neal Davis, will my football suit to anyone who is big enough to fill it.
I, Jean Foltz, will my handwriting ability to Mr. Castor.
I, Rosalyn Gossman, will my ability to lose weight to Catherine Hartman.
I, Robert Grieser, willlmy football uniform to Randy Porter.
I, Sonia Grieser, will my ability to go steady with one boy to Phyllis Stahl.
I, Jean Hartman, will just leave.
I, Tom Kroske, will my ability to get out of study hall to anyone who can
I, Carol Marquart, will my singing ability to Judy Hartman.
l, Terry Redick, will all my football pads to "Herman Reiglef'
I, Rita Schafer, will Billtown to anyone who wants it.
I, Robert Schaller, will my assigned seat in Welty's study hall to anyone man
enough to take it.
I, Wayne Sink, will my basketball suit to David Dillinger.
I, Marilyn Smith, will my probability of being an old maid to Charlotte Smith
and Judy Hartman.
I, Jane Smith, will my ability to write letters to anyone who can afford the
I, Paul Dean Smith, will my ability to shoot lay-ups to Jack Jolliff.
I, Maynard Steinman, will my football shoes to James Wilch.
I, Carol Ann Traucht, wjll my excess weight to Brenda Badertscher.
I, Bob Essinger, will my excess height to Louie Frantz.
I, Edna Reichley, will my athletic ability to Jean Beach.
ln the year 1944, 45 eager children, trooped into Mrs. Castor's first
grade. We lost Norma Streicher and Chester Greeno.
Our second year was spent under the guidance of Mrs. Simpson.
The third grade teacher was Mrs. Pratt. Dennis Heldman came. Della
ln 1947 Mrs. Eva Farmer lRemaleyl led us through a successful year.
Maynard Steinman, Marilyn Smith, and Larry Beach ioined us. Leontine Wise
Our fifth and sixth grades were spent under the guidance of Mrs. Wil-
ma Prosser, and Mr. E. G. Gobrecht. In the 6th grade Carol Marquart, and
George Grohoske ioined us.
Finally our first year of Jr. High School, with Miss Hulda Slaack, our
home room teacher.
In 1950 we were advanced to eighth graders, Mr. McClary was our
home room teacher. Dennis Heldman left.
Finally high school Carol Marquart was elected president. Mr. Zoll was
our class advisor. Jane Smith, Terry Redick, Robert Schaller, and Larry Ret-
tig came. Ruth Ann Smith left.
The class advisor of our Sophomore year was Mr. Bibler. Wayne Sink
was elected president. We lost Larry Rettig and George Grohoske. Marlene
In our Junior year Mrs. Welty and Mr. Mengert were our class advisors.
Wayne Sink was elected president. Bernadine Businger and Janice Flick left.
We made it at last! SENIORS! We arrived August 29, with o roll call
of 27. Wayne Sink was president. Kay Wagner left.
Baccalaureate and Commencement was held May 13, 1956.
JOKE EDITOR, TERRY REDICK
Wayne Sink: "l think the Battle of Bunker Hill should be fought again."
Mr. Castor: "Why?"
Wayne: "Because it wasn't on the level."
Tom Kroske: "Teacher, should I be punished for something I didn't do?"
Mrs. Falk: "Of course not."
Tom: "Thanks, I haven't got my English work done for today."
Nancy Bishop: "Whats the difference between a train and a tramp?"
Carol Traucht: "Don't ask me."
Nancy: "The train rides the steel and the tramp steals a ride."
Sonia Grieser: la girl in a pet shopl "How much is one of those dogs?"
Maynard Steinman: la clerkl "SIOO a piece."
Sonia: "I don't want a piece, I want the whole dog!"
Mr. Bibler: "lf George Washington were alive today, do you think he would be consid-
ered a remarkable man?"
Bob Essinger: "Oh yes, indeed."
Mr. Bibler: "Why?"
Bob: "He would be over 200 years old."
Jean Foltz: "I hear that you fell while ice skating. Was there anyone around to laugh?"
Rosalyn Gossman: "No, but the ice sure made a lot of cracks."
Bob Grieser: "l'm in an awful fix."
Mr. Rost: "What's the matter?"
Bob: "I lost my glasses and I can't look for them till I find them."
Marilyn Smith: "Jerry, you're going to have a big cake with eighteen candles for your
Jerry: "lf its all the same to you, Marilyn I'd rather have eighteen cakes and one candle
for my birthday."
Bill: "Why are you so sad?"
Virgil: "Well, Neal Davis iust bet with me that I haven't done a days
work in my life."
Bill: "Well, haven't you, Virgil?"
Virgil: "No, because I'm a night watchman."
Mrs. Falk: "Paul Dean, use denial in a sentence."
Paul Dean: "Cleopatra lived and loved on denial."
Janet Butte: "Robert Schaller why don't you learn how to dance?"
Robert: "I don't have any girls to dance with."
Janet: "Would you be interested?"
Larry Beach: "This coffee tastes like mud."
Jean Hartman: "Well why shouldn't it? It was ground this morning."
Carol Marquart: "Putting that saddle on backward, aren't you?"
Edna Reichley: "That's all you know about it, you don't know which way l'm going."
Rita Schafer: "Mr. Daley, why is it that you never stop at our store on the way home
Mr. Daley: "lt iust seems I can't stop my hot Chevy."
Mrs. Beach: "Neal, give me two pronouns."
Neal Davis: "Who, me?"
Mrs. Falk: "Jim, please tell me what it is when I say "I love, you love, he loves."
Jim Bame: "That's one of them triangles where somebody gets shot."
29 School opens with one-half day
30 Second day of school
31 Third day of school
5 No school - Labor Day
7 Half-day - out for fair
9 Football Preview at Findlay
15 Juniors order class rings
16 C-R game - there
23 Liberty game - here
24 Football boys to OSU game
30 Mt. Blanchard game - there
7 McComb game - here
14 Vanlue game - here
17 Sr. play cast selected
18 Sr. pictures taken at Dickens Studio
21 Arcadia game - there
27 Van Buren game - there Yippee! We're Champs!
28 No school-Teacher's meeting
Community Halloween Dance
31 Band to Findlay's Halloween Parade - Jane Smith, Queen
1 Junior class rings arrive
4 North Baltimore game - here
10 Sr. sold ads in Findlay
11 No school - Armistice Day
12 Band to OSU game
14 Sr. sold ads
Honor Society meeting at Liberty
15 No school - hunting season
18 Basketball game at Mt. Blanchard
22 Arcadia game - there
24 Thanksgiving Day - no school
25 Thanksgiving Day Vacation - no school
29 Sr. Play - "lt's Great to be Crazy"
30 Sr. Play repeated
2 C-R game - there
5 Sr. pictures arrive
7 Schoolmasters at C-R
9 Vanlue game - here
16 Van Buren game - here
20 McComb game - here
21 FFA 81 FHA Christmas Party
22 Christmas program
23 Half day of school - Chapel by Freshmen lbefore Vacationl
29 Game at Findlay
3 Back to School
5 Jr. High Cheerleaders selected
6 Mt. Blanchard game Here
10 No school, icy roads
T2 Group pictures taken
T3 Mc Comb game There
I7 Seniors choose invitations
20 Cory-Rawson game There
Senior scholarships tests at Findlay
23 All-County music practice at Liberty
27 No school, Teachers meeting
Liberty game There
28 Hardin-Northern game There
29 Afternoon Band concert
30 No school, snow
3l No school, snow
I All-County practice at Liberty
3 Arcadia game Here
4 All-County Music Festival at Cory-Rawson
6 No school, icy roads
7 Carey game Here
10 Vanlue game There
ll Band Mother's Play
T2 Band Mother's Play repeated
15 Honor Society meeting at Arcadia
l7 Tournaments No school, icy roads
18 Tournaments Q
20 County Music Auditions at Mc Comb
22 No school. "Hurrah for George Washington."
lO Solo 8- Ensembles at Lima
I6 F H A Banquet
T9 Commercial students visited Ohio Oil Co.
20 Jr. Play
24 Band 8- Chorus at Bluffton
30 No School - Good Friday
3 G.A.A. show
4 Honor Society Banquet at Mt Blanchard
'I4 State Finals at Bowling Green - Solos 8- Ensembles
27 Jr 8. Sr Banquet 8th grade test
28 State Finals at Granville - Band 8- Chorus
4 Style Show
T3 "We Finally Made lt" - Baccalaureate 8- Commencement
T7 School closes
LA PRENSA TIMES
Bill Arrington is now serving his tenth year as Treasurer of the United
States. Do you suppose there is any money left? James Bame has been ser-
ving as his assistant. Wonder where they're hiding it?
Larry Beach has just been announced,by the Department of Health, as
the greatest surgeon in the United States. Serving as his nurse during his
many years of practice has been Jean Hartman. Dr. Beach will probably be
losing her to a former student of Arlington High soon though.
Nancy Bishop is now a professor of history at the University of Texas.
One of her students, Janet Butte, says that she hopes Miss Bishop knows what
she's talking about because Janet says she doen't.
Virgil Cotner, now a veterinarian, performed his first operation on a cat
yesterday. Wonder if the cat survived? Assisting him in his operation was
Bob Essinger, an up-and-coming great veterinarian.
Rosalyn Gossman and Jean Foltz are having the time of their life tour-
ing the world as the greatest Metropolitan Opera singers ever to come from
Managers of the Grieser Company are Robert Grieser and his niece
Sonia Grieser. Seems Robert has to do most of the work though, because it
seems that Sonia always has other interests to attend' to, especially Hard-
ware 8. Electric.
Tom Kroske, a member of the Redick Circus, will appear in Williams-
town for a feature performance on June l2, at 7:00 P.M. He is noted as the
worlds numberone "Muscle Man. "
Carol Marquart and Rita Schafer are making a fortune with their busi-
ness at the Cat and Dog Hospital in Arlington. I guess they have finally
gotten rid of all the mice they had.
We are happy to announce the engagement of Marilyn Smith to Jerry
Beach. Congratulations and we wish you the best of everything.
Robert Schaller and Neal Davis have iust returned home from an ex-
ploration in Alaska to report that they had discovered trillions of dollars
worth of gold. Wonder if they would loan me some money.
Paul Dean Smith, Wayne Sink, and Maynard Steinman, Arlington bas-
ketball stars, have iust signed ci five-year contract with the Harlem Globe
Trotters.Seems they had to change the color of their skin a little though.
The lovely young Hollywood star, Miss Jane Smith will receive the Mo-
vie World's Academy Award for her outstanding performance in the year's
best film "The Dark Window."
The Senate today approved the Presidents appointment of the first wo-
man Secretary of State, Miss Carol Traucht. She has been very active in
foreign affairs since she was appointed ambassador to England.
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Phone 222-W Arlington, Ohio
Phone 9042 Arlington, Ohio
R. C. WINELAND, JEWELER
HFor Gifts that Lastu
SPAETH DECORATING COMPANY
Lumber and Allied Materials
Phone 129 Arlington, Ohio
301 North Main Street
DAISY MAID BAKERY
STEINMAN BROTHERS LUMBER CO.
Jenera, Bluffton, Ada
STEINER'S BARBER SHOP
Dealer in Hay, Straw, and Coal
Phone 4403 Jenera
SHERIFF CARSON DAVIS
KENNEDY PRINTING COMPANY
Phone 296 219 South Main St.
JAQUA'S SPORTING GOODS
Team and School Supply
TURNER FENSTERMAKER SHOE CO.
214 North Main Street
NORTH END TOY TOWN
310 North Main Phone 3780
The Year 'Round Toy Store
Next to State Theater
C. L. HUMBARGER, Successor to
H. D. Grube, Jeweler
Phone 1751 325 So. Main St.
Now in Our Second Century
418 So. Main Findlay, Ohio
JIM NICKAS RESTAURANT
113 South Main Street
B. E. WOLFROM HARDWARE
Paints - Gas - Oil - Greases
Mt. Cory, Ohio
Finest in Dairy Service
Phone 613 Findlay, Ohio
PLOTTS HARNESS LUGGAGE SHOP
Pet Supplies - Gifts
215 South Main Street
Come in, Browse around!
225 South Main Findlay, Ohio
RUSSELL E. HIPPENSTEEL
204 Commerce Bldg. 5935-4022
BLACK AND WARNER
403 So. Main Findlay, Ohio
BEACH RADIO 8 TELEVISION
Prompt Television Service
Phone 268-G Bluffton, Ohio
DR. GORDON BIXEL
J. C. ARRINGTON
Stone, Dirt and Lime Hauling
Phone Jenera 5223
SMITH HARDWARE CO.
LOREN E. BIBLER
THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
R. H. Coldren and Son
CAPITAL TIRE SHOP
414 West Main Cross
BUTLER'S IGA MARKET
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
LOUIE THE BICYCLE MAN
Authorized Schwinn Dealer
BRINKMAN'S TURKEY FARM
HOhio's Finest Turkeysn
GEHRISCH IMPLEMENT SALES
Farm Implements and Supplies
501 South Main Street
JACKSON'S FURNITURE CO.
311 So. Main 320 No. Main
LYNN A. LYON CO.
Phone 3755 Findlay, Ohio
FINDLAY EQUIPMENT SALES
Equipment and Supplies
830 No. Main St. Findlay, Ohio
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