Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1959
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SEATED, Left to Right: C. F. Rost, Superintendent: Don Rossman,
Everett Smith. STANDING: Dr. E. Reid Burson, Vice-Presidentg Alva
Gxieser, H.H. Warner, Clerkq John Reinking, President.
COUNTY SU PERINTENDENT
E. I. Joseph
HIGH scnoox. ELEMENTARY
Lloyd Dun ROSAHIIB Dunn
C. F. ROST
Defiance High School
Defiance College, A. B.
Ohio State University, M.A.
"Our todays and yesterdays
Are the blocks with which we build. "
L. E. BIBLER
Bowling Green State University
Ohio State University, B. S. , M. A.
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Arlington High School
Findlay College, A. B.
Kent State University, B. S.
University of Michigan
Coach, History, Democracy
Mt. Cory High School
Bowling Green State University, B. S
BGSU Graduate School
English, Physical Education
ELIZABETH KNIGHT FRED MENGERT
Centerville High School Lucas High School
Miami-Jacobs Business College Ohio State University, B. S.
Wilmington College, A. B. Agriculture
RUSSELL WILLEKE DORRIS LA ROCHE
Dola High School Ada High School
Ohio Northern University, B. S. Ohio Northern University, A. B.
Bowling Green State University, M. S. Latin, Arithmetic
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Arlington High School East High School, Erie, Pa.
Wittenberg College, A.B. Findlay College, A.B.
G1iCag0 Univeriity Coach, Geography, Physical Education
Bowling Green State University
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McComb High School Bluffton High School
Miami University, A. B. Bluffton College
Chio State University Bowling Green State University, B.S.
Social Science, English Chic State University
Home Economics, Biology
KATHERINE WOODMENCY BETTY FOLTZ.
Arlington High School Findlay High School
Bowling Green State University Bowling Green State University, B. S.
Chio Northern University Sixth Grade
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Carey High School Cygnet High School
Bowling Green State University Bowling Green State University
Chio Northern University Fourth Grade
CLARA JACOBS HELEN WARREN
Mt. Blanchard High School Findlay High School
Bowling Green State University Chio Northern University, A, B,
Third Grade Bowling Green State University
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WILLO HUFFMAN RHEUMILLA WARNER
Continental High School Enow High School
Bowling Green State University Wittenberg College
Second Grade Second Grade
Bowling Green State University
Gtio Northern University
GWENOLYN WELLS CHLOE FRUTH
Arlington, Chic North Manchester Academy
Chic Northern University North Mandrester College
Bowling Green State University Bowling Green State University, A. B
First Grade Substitute Teacher
FINDLAY COLLEGE A Good Liberal Arts College In A Good City Findlay, Ohio
Hdvlsor: mrs Falk
Hd asor mr' T
"Still achieving, still pursuing. .
Girls' Chorus and Ensemble 1,2,3,45
Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Operetta 15
G.A.A. and Show 1,2,3,45 Latin Club
1 ,25 Honor Society3,45 Class Play 3,45
County Music Festival 3,45Scho1arship
JOAN ESSINGER, Reporter Team l,2,3,45 Annual Editor 4.
"Car.'t keep a secret? Not me -- lt's
the people I tell!"
Girls' Chorus and Ensemble 1,2,3,45
Mixed Chorus and G,A.A, 2,3,45 Latin
Club 15 F.H,A. 2,3,4, Officer 3,45
Queen's Attendent 25 Business Manager
35 Play, Band, and Class Officer 45
Operetta lg Honor Society 3,4.
ED WOODWARD, Treasurer
"If sleeping in studyhall were a crime,
I should be serving time."
Boys'and Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Foot-
ball, Baseball,Class Officer l,3,45
Basketball 1,35 Music Festival 3,45
Boys' Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble
15 County Football, Annual Staff 45
TOM BATES, Vice-President
CAROLYN BOEHM, Editor
PAUL HARTMAN, President
"He attends to his business and wastes his time, "
Basketball5 Footbal15 Mixed and Boys' O1orus5
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' En-
semble5 Annual Staff5 All Co. Football 45 Class
Officer 1, 45 G, A. A. Show 2, 45 Operetta 1,
VERA JEAN WILSON, Secretary
"She lives, she laughs, she loves, "
Band5 Girls' Glorus and Ensembleg Co. Music
Festival5 G. A. A.5 Brass Sextet5 Class Secretary
1, 2,3,45 Mixed Giorus 2,3,45 F.H,A. 3,4,
Officer 45 G,A.A. Officer 1,45 Latin Club 1,
2, Officer 25 Class Play 3,45 Queen's Attendant
45 Accompanist 4,
"They can't say ambition ruined me."
Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45
Football 15 Baseball 2,3,45 Co. Music
Festiva13, 45 Class Play 45 Class Officer
1,3,45 Operetta 15 Boys' Ensemble 45
Annual Staff 4.
"When they said 'brains' I thought they said
'trains', so Imissed mine. "
Football Manager 3g Football l,2,4g Boys' and
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g G, A. A. Show 4g Music
Festival 3, 4g Operetta 1, Annual Staff 4.
"She talks so much that an echo doesn't even
have a fair chance. " f
Band, Girls' Grorus and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 45 Mix-
Club 1,25 G.A. A, l,2, 3,4g Operetta lg Class
Play 3,45 Honor Society 3, 4g All Co. 4: Annual
ed Chorus 3,4g Clarinet Qiartet 2, 3,43 Latin t
"Look to the future, but remember the
Boys' Chorus 1, 2.3.4, Mixed Chorus 2,
3,4g Band 2,3,4g Cheerleader 2g G.A.A.
Show 2, 3, 45 Operetta lgClass Play 3, 4g
Annual Staff 4g Class Officer 2.
KAREN BOYCE, Assistant Editor C
"Why let studies interfere with edu-
Marysville lgY-Teen lgByhalia 2gC1ass
Play 3,4g Gir1s'Chorus 3,4pF.l-I.A.3,4,
Officer 4, G.A.A. and Show 1,2,3,4,
Assistant Annual Editor 4.
LINDA RETTIG, Business Manager
"My idea of an agreeable person is one
who agrees with me
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
2,3,4gG.A.A. and Show 2,3,4g F.H.A.
2,3,4g F.H.A. Officer 3g Assistant
Business Manager 35 Honor Society 3,4g
Operetta lg Business Manager 4.
Assistant Business Manager
"Iustca1l me Doc -- I can operate any-
Boys' Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus
2,3,4g Basketball Manager l,2g Class
Play 3,4g Latin Club lg Operetta lg
Scholastic Team 3gAnnua1 Staff 4,
LARRY BRAUN ELLER
"Worrying can be dangerous, why take chances?"
Foorballe 1, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Officer
4, Honor Society 3, 4, Annual staff 4.
"She was cut out to be an angel, but somebody
stole the pattern, "
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Opererta 1, F. H. A. 1,
2, 3, 4, F. H. A, Officer 3, 4: G. A. A. and Show
2, 3, 4, Class Play 4: Annual Staff 4,
"She came, she saw, she conquered,
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
2,3, 4,C1ass P1ay4gF.H.A. 1,23 G.A.A.
and Show 1,2,3,4, Operetta lg Annual
"Without big words, how can small
people express themselves."
Band l,2,3,4, Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Latin Club l,2g
Class Play 3,4g Operetta 1, G.A.A.
Show 4, Annual Staff 4.
JOHN PAUL COLE
"Never trouble yourself with troubles
until trouble troubles you."
Football, Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball W
2, 3, 45 Boys' and Mixed Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4,
F.F.A, l,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer 3,4g
Operetta lgA1l County Football 4,
nual Staff 4.
"Romance used to be in strife,
Now it's just a part of 1ife."
G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus and V
Ensemble l, 2,3, 4, Mixed Chorus2,3,4g
Majorette l,2,3,4g Head Majorette 4,
Cheerleader 2,3,4g F,H.A, l,2,3,4,
Officer 2, County Music Festival 3,4g
TOM H EN DRICKS
"The key to success is . , , money, "
Football, Basketball, Baseball, 1, 2, 3,4g All
County Football 43 Boys' Chorus and Ensemble
1, 2, 3,43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,4g Latin Club lg
Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Class Play 4g Operetta
lg Annual Staff 4,
"When duty and pleasure clash,
Let duty go to smash. "
Band, Girls' Chorus and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Giorus 2, 3,4p Acc. 43 Latin lg F.H.A.
3, 4, Officer 4g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4,
Clarinet Quartet lg Mixed Qrartet 2, 3, All
County 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 4.
JACK J OLLIF F
"They say I'm great."
Football, Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Boys'
Chorus, Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4, Base-
ball 2. 3, 4,Class Officer 2,3gClass Play
3, Operetta 1gAnnua1 Staff 4,A11 County
"Oh,I wish I had wings like an angel."
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4, Girls' Ensemble
lg Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g G.A.A. and
Show 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1,2.3,4g Oper-
etta lg Class Play 3, Annual Staff 4.
GERALD GLIC K
"An innocent appearance but looks are
F.F.A. l,2,3,4, F.F.A. President and
Pub Speaking 2,33 County and District
Winner 3,43 Boys' Chorus l,2,3,4,
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Play 3,4g Annual
" What would the world be without fun."
G.A.A, l , 2 , 3 , 4, Officer 3: Band,
Girls' Ensemble and Chorus l,2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus and Cheerleader 2,3,4g
F.F.A. Queen 3, Queen's Attendant 3g
Homecoming Queen 4g Play 3,43 All
County 3,45 Class Officer l,2,3g
Honor Society 3.4, Latin Club and
Officer 1 ,2,
nual Staff 4.
i LARRY OMAN
"They call him Blow,
'Cause it 's so. "
Boys' Chorus 3,4g Football l,2,3,4g
F.F.A.l,2g All County Football Team
4, Annual staff 4.
"A leader of men and a follower of
Football l,2,3,4g All County Football
Team 4g Class Play 4g G.A.A. Show
3,4g Annual Staff 4.
DORIS RA USC H
"Although she has mischief, she uses
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Girls' Ensem-
ble 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus3,4g F.H.A.
l,2,3,4g F.H.A. Officer 3: G.A.A.
1,2,3,4g G.A.A. Show l,2,3,4g Op-
eretta lg Annual Staff 4.
"Men of few words are the best of men, "
Boys' Choms 1,2,3,4, Mixed Giorus 2,3,4,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 43 F. F.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Officer 4g Operetta 15 A11
County Football 4g Annual Staff 4,
"A quiet unobtrusive lass, "
Librarian 33 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. Show 2,
3,4g Girls' Grorus 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 4g
Latin Club lg Annual Staff 4.
"It's better to be short and shining than
big and cast a shadow."
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,
G.A.A.Show 1,2,3,4g Opererta lg An-
"While the cat's away, the mice will play. "
Boys' Giorus 1, 2, 3,45 Football l, 25 F. F.A. 1,
2, 3,4, F. A. A. Officer 2, 3g F.H. A, King 3,
Qaeretta 1, Annual Staff 4g G. A, A. Show 2, 4,
Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
"Much wisdom often goes with the fewest words. "
Band, Girls' Chorus and Ensemble, Music Festi-
val, G. A. A. and Show 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Choms
and Clarinet Ensemble 2,3,4g Latin Club, Of-
ficer, Clarinet Qrartet 1, Honor Society 3, 45
Class Play 3, Annual Staff 4,
"Eager to be in everything, but never
in anything. "
F.F.A. l,2,3,4g Basketball Manager
2,3g Annual staff 4.
MARY JEAN SPAETH
"She sighs at many, but loves only one . "
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 4, G.A.A.and Show 1,2,
3,45 Operetta lg Latin Club lg Librarian
3, Class Play 45 Annual staff 4.
nual Staff 4.
"Life is short and so am I."
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,3,4
nual Staff 4g Librarian 3,
"If silence is golden, I'l1 be a million-
Basketball 1, 2, Football Manager lg An-
G.A.A. Show 2,3,4g Operetta lg An-
LEFT TO RIGHT:Assistant Business Manager, Business SITTING, Left to Right: Assistant Snapshot Editor,
Manager, Editor, Assistant Editor.
SITT1NG:Typists. STANDING, Leftto Right: Calen
dar, Sales Manager, Calendar.
SITTING, Left to Right: F. H. A. . Music. STAND-
ING: Football, Assistant Sales Manager, Basketball,
F. F. A.
Snapshot Editor, Assistant Art Editor, Art Editor.
STANDING: Honor Society Editors.
SITTING, Left to Right: Grade Editor, High School,
Grades. STANDING: Senior Activities, Activities,
High School, Senior Activities.
SITTING, Left to Right: Who's Who, If, History.
STANDING: Who's Who, Last Will and Testament
On Septemer 6, 1947, forty-six brilliant
looking students trooped into Mrs. Castor's
room. During our first year we lost Connie
Clark, Ronnie Businger, Judy Garlinger, Nettie
Hosman, Jimmy Parrott, Janice Marquart, Robert
Marquart, Doris Rausch, James Wilch and Patty
Our second year was spent under the guid-
ance of Mrs. Simpson. We gained Donnie Bass,
Larry Oman, Carol Ackerman, David Cooper,
Gerald Smith, and Jerry Carl Smith.
Mrs. 1PrattJ Miller was our third grade teacher. Orvilla Deitrich, Leontine Wise, Janice Butler,
and Jimmy Sims were added, but before the year had ended we lost David Cooper, Gerald Smith, and
J immy Sims.
Our fourth year was under the tutelage of Mrs. Weber. Mike Smith, Bud Lafferty, Beth Ann Arras,
Homer Chamberlain, Roberta and Robert Sparks joined us. We lostJerry Carl Smith, Beth Ann Arras,
Janice Butler, and Donnie Bass.
We spent our fifth year with Mrs. Firsdon. Joyce Hughes and Mary Jean Spaeth joined up, but Orvilla
Our sixth year was under Earl fMikeJ Gobrecht's care. Jeanette Butler, Ella and Jerry Lee Shafer,
Larry Fletcher, David Dillinger, Tom Hendricks, Ronnie Bibler, Kenny Powell, and Karen Baumgard-
ner joined us. Bud Lafferty, Celesta Quinn, and Jerry Lee Smith left.
Our seventh grade was under Mrs. La Roche's counsel. Norman Rettig, Robert Reigle, Diane Beach,
Barbara Marquart, and J oretta Fletcher joined us. We lost Homer Chamberlain and Larry Day.
Mr. Daley was the "boss" during our eighth year. Roy Reigle joined us, but we lost J oretta Fletcher,
Larry Fletcher, Roberta and Robert Sparks, Ella and Jerry Lee Shafer, and Kenny Powell.
We became Freshmen with Mr. Castor and Mrs. Knight as our advisers. Joining us were Max
Connode, Doris Rausch, James Wilch, Janice Marquart, James Wright, and Robert Marquart, Carol
Ackerman, Katherine Smith, Joyce Hughes, and Robert Reigle left us.
Our Sophomore year began with Mr. Trostrniller and Mrs. Welty, as advisers. We lost Max Connode,
Leontine Wise, Roy Reigle, Norman Rettig, James Wright, and Barbara Marquart,
We became Juniors with Mrs. Beach and Mr. Mengert, as advisors, and we gained Karen Boyce.
We are Seniors at last with Mrs. Falk and Mr. Rost, as advisers.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Brauneller, David Hartman, Gerald Glick, Ed Woodward, John
Paul Cole, Paul Hartman, Steve Sink. SECOND ROW: Vera Jean Wilson, Jean Cronbaugh, Elaine Bame,
Mary Brauneller, Joan Essinger, Linda Rettig, Carolyn Boehm, Deanna Warner, Beverly Smith. THIRD
ROW: Jim Bates, Jerry Riter, Tom Bidlack, Jack Jolliff, Larry Oman. ABSENT: Judy Crosser, Diane
Junior Play Cast
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Cronbaugh, Carolyn Boehm, Gerald Glick, Jack J olliff, Beverly
Smith, Deanna Warner. SECOND ROW: Elaine Bame, Linda Rettig, Tom Bidlack, Jerry Riter, David
Dillinger, Karen Boyce, Vera Jean Wilson, Mrs. Beach. ABSENT: Judy Crosser.
MC DEVITT PHARMACY
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Elaine Bame . .
Tom Bates ,,,,
Diane Beach . . .
Ronald Bibler . . .
Tom Bidlack . . .
Carolyn Boehm . .
Karen Boyce , , .
Larry Brauneller. .
Mary Brauneller ,
Jeannette Butler. .
John Paul Cole , ,
Jean Cronbaugh . .
Judy Crosser ....
David Dillinger . .
Joan Bsinger . .
Gerald Glick . .
Karen Grieser . . .
David Hartman . .
Paul Hartman . . .
Tom Hendricks . .
Jack Jolliff ....
Janice Marquart, ,
Robert Marquart, ,
Larry Oman . . .
Doris Rausch. . .
Linda Rettig. , ,
Steve Sink . .
Jerry Riter .,,,
Beverly Smith. . .
Mike Smith ,,,.
Mary Jean Spaeth .
Deanna Warner . .
James Wllch . , .
Vera Jean wilson .
Ed Woodward . . .
What Would Happen If ....
was seven-foot tall?
wouldn't shoot everybody with her Camera?
wou1dn't have discovered Junior?
understood the first time?
had played football?
got an "A-"?
got a permanent seat in Bookkeeping Class?
couldn't drive hls De Soto?
was the First Lady of the United States?
went with one boy more than a month?
Owned a Ford?
d1dn't like pigs?
got a crew cut?
would quit supporting the Clark Family?
was a weight lifter?
lost her glasses?
couldn't raise chickens?
didn't have a car to trade?
forgot where the "Gulf" was?
wasn't a Romeo?
had long rg hair?
dldn't have his muscles?
left the Buslngers before 2 A. M. ?
wasn't so sly?
was confined to a closet?
won a speech contest?
was a cheerleader?
dldn't like boys?
spoke quietly? .
couldn't buy Air Mall Stamps?
couldn't go to Gtio State?
couldn't go to Jenera?
didn't like "Bears"?
was a farmer?
Congratulations to the Class of '59
JOHNNY APPLESEED RESTAURANT AND BOWLING LANE
The Katz Whiskers
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Tom Hendricks, Joan Essinger, Vera Jean Wilson, Gerald Glick, Tom Bid-
lack, Diane Beach. SECOND ROW: Mary Jean Spaeth, Carolyn Boehm, Linda Rettig, Karen Boyce,
David Dillinger, Robert Marquart, Jerry Riter, Jean Cronbaugh, Elaine Bame, Tom Bates.
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CARL'S TRUCK STOP ESSINGER'S APPAREL SHOP KIRK MILLING COMPANY
Between Findlay and Arlington Dry Goods, Jewelry, and Chi1dren's Wear Harry M. Kirk
Carl and Mildred Bidlack Arlington, Ohio Findlay. Oh-i0
Last Will And Testarrlenl
We, the members of the class of 1959, Arlington Local High School, city of Arlington, state of Ohio,
being of sound mind, do hereby make our last will and testament.
I To the J unlors, we leave our ability not to act like Seniors, because everyone likes it better
ll To the Sophomores, we leave our ability to surprise the teachers and to cut classes and
Ill To the Freshmen, weleave our reputation as the best behaved class to graduate from Arlington
IV To the Teachers, we leave the school hoping they have as good a year next year as they had
Elaine Bame, will my quiet ways to Donald Reddick.
Tom Bates, will my English book to Paul Dean Wells.
Karen Baumgardner, will my driving "disability" to "Doc" Castor who so faithfully taught me
how not to drive.
Diane Beach, will my ability to drive a "47" Dodge to anyone who can afford to buy oil for it.
Ronald Bibler, will my love for a "48" Chevy to anybody who can stand it.
Tom Bldlack, will my typing and shorthand skill to Mike Bishop.
Carolyn Boehm, will my ability to be calm and clear-headed to the next frustrated editor of
Karen Boyce, will my ability to own a set of keys to a Ford that isn't mine to Sharon Reichley.
Larry Brauneller, will my dark hair to Gene Musgrave.
Mary Brauneller, will my bashfulness to Sue Wisner.
Jeannette Butler, will my ability to blow the whistle at the wrong time in band to anyone who has
wlnd to spare.
John Cole, will my football suit to Joe Clevenger.
Jean Cronbaugh, will my ability to drive a truck around to anyone who can stand the rattles.
J' udy Crosser, will my membership card of the "Cumberland Gang" to Cathie Solt.
David Dillinger, will my ability to sleep in study hall to Bobby Elsea.
J' can Esslnger, will my ablllty to rideahorse to anyone who has the ambition to become bow-legged.
Gerald Glick, willmy ability to stay out of ninth period study hall to anyone who can get away with it.
Karen Grleser, will my slimness to Nancy Rower.
David Hartman, will my ability to get caught going '75 m.p.h. down 68 to William Bishop.
Paul Hartman, will my ability to trade cars and have four different cars in one year to anyone
who thinks he can afford it.
Tom Hendricks, will my toe-less football shoes to Howard Skeeters.
Jack J olllff, will my ability to get caught by the mayor after 11:00 to Eddie Reigle.
Janice Marquart, will my blonde hair to Marie Waltermlre.
Robert Marquart, will my English literature book to anyone dumb enough to take it.
Larry Oman, will "my all" to Sharon Businger.
Doris Rausch, will my ability to crack gmn to anyone who can afford to buy lt.
Linda Rettig, will my dimple to Judy Bates.
Jerry Riter, will my excess "you know what" to Ted Mitchell.
Steve Sink, will my silence to anybody who can stand it.
Beverly Smith, will my ability to hit fence posts to anyone who can afford the repairs.
Mike Smith, will my ability to try to skip school to anyone who is sharp enough not to get caught.
Mary Jean Spaeth, will my ability to play the trombone to Alan Wolford.
Deanna Warner, will my ability to blush to anyone who can get as pink as I do.
James Wllch, will my seat in Room 13 to anyone who wants it.
Vera Wilson, will my ability to giggle constantly to Connie Bowers.
Ed Woodward, will my ability to visit the office to Larry Crates.
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STANDING, Left to Right: Connie Bowers,
Reporter, Connie Wilson, Treasurerg Larry
Crates, Vice-President, Jack Glick, Presi-
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August 19: F orty-six players reported to the Arlington High School and received their suits. Supplying
this depth were ten seniors, five juniors, thirteen sophomores, and eighteen freshmen.
September 5: In the annual Preview Game at Donnel Stadium, we defeated Findlay 22-0. Early in the first
quarter of the sixteen minute game, we gained possession of the ball after kicking off to F lndlay. Capi-
talizing on a Findlay fumble, Ed Woodward rambled twenty-eight yeards around the right end for our
first touchdown. John Paul Cole ran the extra point. Credit is due to the guards, Larry Oman and Larry
Brauneller, who pulled and led the play. Findlay could not move against us, and again we took over. With
1' 35" left in the half Woodward repeated the last TD with a jaunt arotmd left end. The conversion try
failed. As the second half started Orwick threw a thirty-five yard pass to Hendricks to place the ball
on the ten. Two plays later Hendricks shot off left guard for our final TD. .Tohn Paul Cole again con-
verted. Then, the second string and freshmen played the rest of the game.
September 12: We played a fired-up McComb team and lost. Overconfidence and underestimation proved
to be the deciding factors in our defeat. We opened the scoring in the first quarter with John Cole going
over from five yards out. That ended the scoring until near the end of the half when McComb blocked a
punt and turned the break into the TD. At the half the score was tied 6-6. Early in the third quarter
McComb punted to Hendricks. He hauled it in on his twenty-two and ran it back seventy-eight yards for
the TD. The extra failed. McComb was stopped: hence, they punted. This time Woodward took it on his
forty-three and ran it fifty-seven yards for our final TD. As the third quarter ended the score was 18-6.
In the fourth period we let down, but McComb didn't. They scored a quick TD and converted. A fine de-
fensive game was played by right end J ack Jolliff and right tackle David Hartman.
September 19: Meeting very rough Vanlue aggregation, we beat them 12-8. Taking the opening kickoff,
we marched forty-five yards to Van1ue's fifteen before a penalty stopped us. The first period went score-
less. In the second quarter, however, we were rolling as Woodward terminated a sixty-yard drive with
a TD. The try for the extra failed. The third quarter was scoreless. Late in the fourth quarter Woodward
again scored, this time from twelve yards. The conversion again failed. In the last few minutes Vanlue
scored and made their extra two points to end the score.
September 26: We played Arcadia for our Homecoming game, and they went home defeated 20-6. The
first quarter went scoreless with one TD being called back for us because of "off sides." Then, late
in the second quarter we drove forty yards with Davis going in from three yards out. The extra failed.
In the third quarter we started again and went fifty-five yards, this time with Cole going over from five
yards. Cole also converted. The last period we took the ball on our forty and drove sixty yards on a
three-yard carry by Ed Woodward. Arcadia scored one touchdown in the waning minutes, but we were
again victorious. Left end Paul Hartman and left tackle Robert Marquart played an outstanding defensive
October 3: One of the biggest games of the season was played when we defeated Cory-Rawson 12-0.
Late in the first quarter, Ed Woodward terminated a forty-five yard drive with a four-yard plunge for
our first TD. Cory-Rawson's defense, then, began to hold: and the game went scoreless until midway
through the fourth quarter when Cole carried the ball over a one-yard blast, following a drive that lasted
about a quarter and one half. Both conversion tries failed. Center and tackle, Ron Bibler, played a fine
offensive game as well as defensive.
October 10: We played with Van Buren. They had made one offensive threat early in the first quarter when
they drove to our twenty-five. There -- sad to say -- they bogged down. Tom Hendricks started the scoring
parade with an eight-yard scoring thrust. Cole ran the conversion to make the score 8-0. Soon, center
Bill Leymaster scored our second TD as he recovered Hendricks' fumble in the end zone. Cole con-
verted, and at the half the score was 16-0. In the third quarter Cole scored from five yards out. Cole
ran the conversion. Later in the same periodCo1e intercepted a Van Buren aerial on his forty and returned
it sixty yards for the TD.Woodward converted. Then, in the last quarter Woodward intercepted a Van Buren
pass and returned it twenty-five yards for our final TD. He, also, converted to make the score 40-O.
October 17: In the first quarter of the Liberty-Benton game we kicked off to them. Hendricks intercepted
a L-B pass and returned it to their forty-five. In four plays we scored with Davis going over from four
yards. Cole ran the extra. After L-B had the ball four plays we went thirty yards for a TD with Cole
tallying fifteen yards for our third score of the quarter. This time he passed to ,T olliff for the two extra
points. We led 22-0 at the end of the first period.
Then the second team took over until the middle of the fourth quarter. This time after catchinga twenty-
five yard pass, left end Paul Hartman was put at fullback where he scored our final TD from one yard
out. Woodward passed to Orwick for the extra two. The second team and freshmen, then, came back to
take over and win 38-0.
October 23: This was the biggest game of the season -- the game which would decide the Hancock County
Little Eiytt League Champions. Mt. Blanchard had a big, tough, team which had been running up high
scores on their opponents. They were undefeated, except for tying once with McComb. The game was
figured to be a tossup. In the first quarter we chose to receive. We got the ball, but could not move and
were forced to punt. Mt. Blanchard got the ball and could do nothing. This dilly-dallying lasted until late
in the second quarter when we had driven to the Blanchard ten-yard line where a fumble stopped us
cold. As time ran out in the half, the score was O-0. The pressure was on us. We had to win to take it,
whereas their win or tie would give it. They reached our thirty-five where a fumble was recovered by
Paul Hartman. We took the ball back to the forty-five where we were given a "punting situation." A bad
pass from center by Hendricks, and Mt. Blanchard recovered on our thirty-eight yard line. Quickly they
drove to our two. Still our defense dug in and held the highly lauded Blanchard offense for four downs.
This effort, giving us an extra boost, forced us to drive down the field with Cole and Davis hitting the
line again and again until we were on the Blanchard two-yard line with fourth down and goal to go. We
called the Ohio State pass which had worked for us before this year, and Woodward found Hendricks in
the end zone for the wimiing touchdown. We could scarcely believe it ourselves. Woodward ran the two-
point conversion to make the score 8-0, as all pandemonium broke loose. Mt. Blanchard never made a
serious threat as the inspired Red Devils' defense dug in and held. When the gun sounded, we had won.
October 31: We played the champions of Wood and Seneca County, Montgomery Local and defeated them
32-8. After the big game last week, we were not up as high as we should have been, for Montgomery
held us behind at the half 8-0. In the second half we went into the short punt, and that did it. Montgomery's
defense was baffled. Cole scored first from eight yards, and Woodward ran the conversion. Then, Hen-
dricks passed twenty-five yards to Woodward who ran the extra. Later, Woodward broke loose for forty-
five yards and a TD. Hendricks passed to Woodward for the extra. The final TD came as Lynn Orwick
passed to Hendricks for thirty yards. A safety in the final period concluded the scoring.
We, the graduating Seniors of 1959, wish to thank Mr. Castor for his guidance and patience in leading
us to our second, consecutive Little Eight Championship. We, also, want to wish Mr. Castor and next
year's team the best of luck for another championship.
Jeannette Butler Jean Cronbaugh .Tudy C rosser
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The Arlington Red Devils, coached by Mr. Trostmiller, opened the 1958-59 basketball season on
November 25 at McComb. Although Hendricks made twenty-two points, the Panthers beat us by a score
of 55-43. Reserves lost 22-39.
The next week Mt. Blanchard came over and were defeated 34-47. Bishop and Cole were high scorers
for Arlington. Reserves won by a close score, 34-31.
On December 5, Cory-Rawson came to Arlington ina non-league game, and we lost 44-69 even though
Cole, Hendricks, and Jolliff were hitting double figures. Reserves lost a close one, 38-39.
We played host to Arcadia in another non-league game and came out on top with a score of 67-48.
Cole was hitting with twenty-four pointsg and Hendricks, seventeen. Jolliff and Bishop were outstanding
on rebounds. Reserves lost 25-39.
Traveling to Cory-Rawson on December 12, we stung the Hornets in our first league game. That
score of 54-50 showed that the team was really playing ball with Bishop and Orwick hitting and Cole
and Hendricks defending. The Reserves lost 41-49.
On December 19 Arlington tried to out-play last year's champs, Liberty-Benton's quintet, but the
Eagles were too much for us that night. Hendricks, however, helped to build our score to forty against
their fifty-six. The Reserves won by a breath-taking 32-31.
In the holiday tournament at Ada on December 26, 1958, we played Lafayette and lost by a close
score, 35-39. Bishop was top-notch scorer. For the second tournament game we played Forest and lost
42-46. Cole and Bishop netted fifteen and twelve, respectively.
Beginning the new year, we went'to Vanlue January 2 and lost to the Wildcats by the terrible score,
40-76. The Reserves saw defeat too, 24-43.
Pulling out from last week's defeatist attitude, we journeyed to Arcadia for a grand victory, 60-54.
Hendricks and Cole were up to their usual hitting with the aid of Jolliff and Orwick on the backboards.
That January 9 saw the Reserves win, too, with a score of 36-33.
The following night we tangled with Hardin-Northern in a non-league game. We led all the way
until the fourth canto when the Bears pulled ahead to win 38-31 in spite of Cole's and Hendricks' shots.
But the Reserves piled up a victory for us with a score of 38-31.
On January 16 those Vanlue Wildcats visited us, but we could not "wash them out of our hair"
as we had done to another certain teaml The score was 49-62. What a pity that our Reserves had lost,
tool Their score was 31-17.
The Red Devils took Van Buren the next week for our third league win. Having only fifteen points
at the half, our team really pitched in to help Hendricks, Cole and Bishop net the doubles for a close,
but wonderful, score of 49-47. The Reserves won 39-38.
Arlington met her neighbor Mt. Blanchard on January 30 and almost had the game in the bag. But
during the last few minutes those Hurricanes won, 50-43. The Reserves took a walloping, too, 29-55.
On February 6 we met the McComb quintet, and again they beat us 51-33. But the Reserves chalked
up a victory, 31-27.
For the county tournament we drew the highly favored-to-win Vanlue team and lost in spite of the
lead we had had over thern until the last quarter. Hendricks and Orwick did a fine job, but Bishop, Cole
and Jolliff fouled out. Final score 39-49.
For outstanding basketball players on the county teams we offer congratulations to Tom Hendricks
and John Paul Cole.
Even though the Reserves did not take the scalps of many of the competitive teams, they played
well and showed the promise of a better team next year, when they replace the 1959 seniors.
The junior high basketball team finished the '59 season in a blaze of glory by copping the Junior
High Toumament title. Playing well all season and having the spirit to win, they endeared themselves
to their followers by coming through in the pinch and defeating Vanlue in their first toumament game
in a rip-snorting finish thirty to twenty-eight. Keep up the good work boys. We expect bigger things from
you in the future.
AHS 48 Mt. Blanchard 7 AHS 18 Pandora-Giboa 22 AHS 30 Vanlue 28
AHS 27 Liberty-Benton 16 AHS 50 Arcadia 9 AHS 41 Cory-Rawson 22
AHS 72 Cory-Rawson 18 AHS 31 Hardin Northern 20 AHS 39 Van Buren 10
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Carol Rettig, Karen Hosafros, Ted Mitchell, Jeannette Cole, Bill Leymaster, Keith l-Ioudeshell, Sandra
Gossman, Rachel Kimmel, Cheryl Waxler, Lois Wilson, Trudy Green, Mary Ellen Hartman, Linda Bishop,
Jane Gillespie. FIFTH ROW: Cathie Solt, Mary Jean Spaeth, Mike Beucler, Karen Bishop, Pat Wells,
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jan Kemerley, Dean Suter, ,Tan Rossman, Ed Woodward, Gary Hindall,
Darol Jameson, Keith Houdeshell, David Hartman, John Paul Cole, Gerald Glick. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Willeke, Bobby Dean Elsea, Mike Bishop, Alan Wolford, Ted Mitchell, Richard Smith, David Powell,
Bill Bame, Joe Brinkman, Steve Metzger, Bobby Marquart, Neil Bushong, Charles Crates, Ronnie Wol-
ford. THIRD ROW: Billy Brown, Gary Stevens, ,Toe Clevenger, Tom Deter, Charles Nicholson, Steve
Grieser, Gary Inbody, Buddy Steinman, Gene Woods, Mike Beucler, Bill Leymaster, Dennis Day, Steve
Riter, Alan McMillan.
The Arlington Music Department started a musical fun-filled summer with the band composed of
Seventy-IWO members participating in the parade and precision marching contest at Deshler. Because
we took second place, we were very much pleased.
During the summer most of the parades, including McComb, Dunkirk, Carey, Mt. Blanchard, Forest,
Vanlue, and Rawson, were sparked with the A.H.S. Marching Band. I might add that we had quite a time
at Dunkirk. Just before parade time it began to rain, but we marched in spite of it. Needless to say,
we were soaked when we climbed into the bus later. With our performance at the county fair, the summer
band came to an end.
We, then, buckled down and began practicing for the football games. It proved to be fun in spite
of very hard work. The result of this was a snappy precision marching unit which presented some very
stunning and alacritous half-time shows. On October 18 the band was privileged to travel to Ohio State
University to see the Ohio State and Indiana football game. We enjoyed the practice-session of the O.S.U.
Marching Band in St. ,Tohn's Arena and especially their performance on the field. Oh, and incidentally,
Ohio State won.
After a concert on February 8, the band members looked forward to the district and state contests.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Oman, David Dillinger, Lanny Dillon, Ronald Bibler, Tom Bates,
William Bishop, Lynn Orwick, Dexter Wilson, Jon Treece, Brian Bibler. SECOND ROW: Ober Feasel,
Gene Musgrave, Jerome Glick, Don Reddick, Larry Crates, Eddie Reigle, F red Smith, J ack Jolliff. THIRD
ROW: Billy Bame, John Middleton, Frank Iolliff, Howard Skeeters, Tom Bidlack,Jerry Riter, David
Middleton, Ben Mitchell, Keith Iolliff, Russell Brauneller, David Reigle, J immy Steinman, Dick Mercer.
The mixed, girls', and boys' choruses started practice in November with seventy-three, seventy-
one, and seventy-three members respectively. Of our boys' chorus we are especially proud. It is the
largest in Hancock Countyl
The mixed chorus along with the grades, presented the annual Christmas Program on December
22. We had fun in presenting it, especially when the "snow" began to fall on Mr. Willeke during one
of our songs.
Selected members of the band and mixed chorus journeyed to Arcadia on January 24, to add their
talents in the presentation of the All-County Music Festival. Everyone benefited from it in spite of the
weariness of an all-day activity.
All of the choruses had busily prepared for the district contests which were held at Shawnee this
year. The various ensembles and soloists had looked forward to county solo and ensemble contests,
which were held at McComb on February 16.
After the contests were over the band and choruses again presented their annual Spring Musicale,
which climaxed the musical activity.
Mr. Willeke, our director, certainly deserves thehonors and congratulations for the fine achievements
our music department has made under his patient and friendly guidance. Thank you, Mr. Willeke.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Vera Jean Wilson, Jeannette Butler, Mary Jean Spaeth, Beverly Smith,
Arlene Marquart, Sharon Reichley, Connie Bowers, Carol Rettig, Linda Warner, Janet Treece. SECOND
ROW: Ann Dally, Judy Bates, Sharon Richard, Nan Bishop, Mary Alice Nessler, Susan Reinking, Sandra
Gossman, Marilyn Bame, Diane Knight, Kathy Houdeshell, Maryette Arrington, Lois Powell, Louvella
Smithers. THIRD ROW: Beverly Reigle, Nancy Rower, Betty Reigle, Diane Turnbell, Jean Krout, Sally
La Roche, Karen Bishop, Janice Marquart, Mary Brauneller, Becky Long, Linda Foltz, Rosella Horton,
Rosemary Bishop, Margaret Hartman.
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Butler, Joan Essinger, Carolyn Boehm, Marilyn Bame, Ann Dally, Arlene Marquart. SECOND ROW:
Joe Clevenger, Gary Inbody, Steve Grieser, Sally La Roche, Diane Rettig, Beverly Smith, Mary Jean
Spaeth, Diane Turnbell, Susan Reinking, Sharon Richards, Diane Knight, Sue Wisner. THIRD ROW:
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FRONT ROW, Lefrro Right: Mary Lou Davis, Judy Grieser, Rachel Kimmel, Betty Krout, Sandra Crates
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Diane Knight, Rachel Kimmel, Ann Jameson, Jerome Glick, Carol Inbody,
Sally La Roche, Judy Grieser, Karen Hosafros. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Boehm, Deanna Warner, Jean
Cronbaugh, Larry Brauneller, Paul Hartman, Gerald Glick, Elaine Bame, Linda Rettig, Joan Essinger,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Badertscher,Nancy Rower, JOYCE ROSSYUUI. Jean KIOUI. Kathy HOU'
deshell, Lois Powell, Charyl Crates. SECOND ROW: Carhie Solt, Sally Inbody, Diane Rertig, Joyce
Kemerley, Connie Bowers, Linda Warner, Jeanette Cole, Karen Bishop, Maryetta Arrington, Mrs.
La Roche. THIRD ROW: Joe Clevenger, Jon Treece, Larry Crates, Brian Bibler, Alan Wolford, Steve
Grieser, Bob McKinley.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Betty Riegle, Mary Jean Spaeth, Karen Boyce, Karen Baumgardner, Karen
Grieser, Doris Halsey, .T o Ann Beagle. SECOND ROW: Sharon Businger, Connie Bowers, Barbara Badert-
scher, Mary Brauneller, Sandra Gossman, Jeannette Butler, Vera Jean Wilson, Connie Wilson, Janice
Marquart, Arlene Marquart, Nancy Baughman, Joan Essinger. THIRD ROW: Louvella Smithers, Diana
Turnbell, Mary Alice Nesler, Doris Rausch, Sally Inbody, Diane Brauneller, Carol Rettig, Susan Reinking,
Beverly Smith, Donni Sauers, Rosella Horton, Diane Knight, Ann Jameson, Diane Rettig, Marie Waltermire,
Sally La Roche, Judy Grieser, Becky Long, Linda Foltz, Joyce Kemerly, Ann Dally. FOURTH ROW: Sharon
Reichley, Judy Bates, Nan Bishop, Sharon Richard, Jean Cronbaugh, Elaine Bame, Diane Beach, Cathy
Solt, Deanna Warner, Judy Crosser, Sandra Crates, Margaret Hartman, Karen Hosafros, Sue Wisner,
Linda Rettig, Carolyn Boehm, Rosemary Bishop, CarolInbody,Mary Lou Davis, Marily Bame, Betty Krout.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jane Bame, Jane Gillespie, Nancy Rower, Trudy Green, Shirley Smithers,
Shirley Miller, Mary Lou Patton. SECOND ROW: Stephanie Hendricks, Ruth Ann Nesler, Beverly Reigle,
Dorothy Clinger, Nancy Drummelsmith, Judy Middleton, Brenda Human, Cheryl Waxler, Becky Mitchell,
Julene Hindall. THIRD ROW: Jearme Williams, Cathy Sink, Diane Hartman, Cynthia Crates, Sue Long,
Lois Wilson, Mary Crates, Mary Ellen Hartman, Ann Long, Paulette Beard, Mary Richards, Elaine Smith
Charyl Crates, Glenda Baughman, Brenda Brinkman, Linda Bishop. FOURTH ROW: Janet Jolliff, Hazel
Burton, Gretchen Wilson, Mary Burton, Carolyn Hartman, Kathy Houdeshell, Maryetta Arrington, Lois
Powell, Janet Musgrave, Jeannette Cole, Patricia Wells, Janet Treece, Linda Warner, Karen Bishop,
J oyoe Rossman, Jean Krout, Diana Moser, Sandra Gossman, Barbara Beard.
"Goals Are Attained Beyond The Stars . . ."
The establishing of The National Honor Society has been the result of efforts to promote
and stimulate hiyler ideals of citizenship.
For many .years athletics and literary prowess received most of the attention and pub-
licity as high-school activities.
After analyzing the needs of training for good citizenship, leading educators suggested
four standards which they believed should be the basic qualifications of a high school honor
society -- Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service.
These four qualifications are the standards used by the faculty of each school to choose
the members of its chapter of the Honor Society.
If a candidate meets these standards at the end of the fifth semester of hlyi school, he
becomes a member and is inducted into the society at an impressive all-cotmty initiation following
a banquet. The parents and friends may attend this ceremony. Besides this event which is usually
held in April, there will have been two social meetings during the year.
This year we enjoyed a social meeting, for seniors only, held at Cory-Rawson School on
December 3. At the second meeting Arlington was host on February 17 for seniors and initiates.
Our initiation following the banquet was held on April 24 at Arcadia.
In 1958-59 we are proud to have nine seniors and nine juniors in the Arlington chapter of
the National Honor Society.
"The Show Goes On . . ."
The G.A.A. was first organized in A.H.S. four years ago when the senior girls were fresh-
men. The first president was Vera Jean Wilson. Our advisor for the past four years has been
our physical education teacher, Mrs. Falk. The year's activities culminated in a stage revue
with eighty-five participants, directed by their teacher.
The second and third years marked the additional interests in foul-shooting contests won
by Sue Hlndall and Sally Inbody, and the annual Christmas Sock-Hop held for the student body.
Aho, the past two years showed remarkable talent in the G.A.A. shows which had set a pre-
cedent for the physical education department in this and neighboring counties. Queen Sally Grimes
of '56 and Queen Sandra Marquart of '57 ruled their courts, respectively. during the Homecoming
Last fall the G.A.A. organized with another group of officers: Judy Bates, Presidentg Sue
Wisner, Vice-P resident: Connie Wilson, Secretary-Treasurerg and Vera Jean Wihon, Reporter.
For the Homecoming dance, the students selected Queen Jean Cronbaugh and her attendants,
Vera Wilson, Betty Krout, Joyce Kemerly, and Jean Krout.
with the help of the Speech class the G.A.A. staged a fine production of "A Midsummer
NiQ1t's Dream," a parody of Shakespeare's play interspersed with twenty-four dances. Again
another first for Arlington, the G.A.A. sponsored a spring semi-formal dance on April 25.
The G.A.A. events for the seniors will end in July when the group meets for its "Want-
Fun, Will-Travel Picnic."
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Larry Brauneller, John Paul Cole, Paul Hartman, Bob Marquart. SECOND ROW: Richard Smith, Dennis
Gerschutz, Gene Woods, Paul Dean Wells, Norris Beach, Larry Day, Gene Musgrave, Bill Bame, Joe
Brinkman, Jim Wilch, Dick Mercer, Bobby Dean Elsea, Mr. Mengert, Ted Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Ronnie
Essinger, Gary Inbody, Donnie Essinger, David Reigle, Dexter Wilson, Russell Brauneller, Darollameson,
William Bishop, Ronald Bibler, Dean Suter, Fred Smith, David Davis, Dennis Day, Edgar Patton.
"We Plan Now To Reap Tomorrow . . ."
The F.F.A. is composed of thirty-eight members: eight seniors, eight juniors, twelve sophomores,
and ten freshmen. The members presented forty-five production projects and forty improvement projects.
The officers for the year 1958-1959 are the following: President, David Hartman: Vice-P resident,
Mike Smith, Secretary, Larry Braunellerg Treasurer, Lynn Orwickg Reporter, Buddy Steinman: sentinel,
John Paul Coleg and adviser, Mr. Mengert.
Some of the year's activities included pest hunt, Parents-Son Banquet, parliamentary procedure
contest, corn test plot, seed corn and garden seed sales, and county and state judging contests.
This past year the F.F.A. grew beans on eighteen acres of Mr. Cramer's farm and wheat on five
acres of Mrs. Decker s.
One of the major recreational trips of interest was a trip to Cleveland to see a professional foot-
ball game. Also, the chapter took a trip through the Ohio Farmer Fertilizer Company at Fostoria, Ohio.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Wilson, Beverly Smith, Vera Jean Wilson, Karen Boyce, Judy
Bates, Sharon Richards, Judy Crosser, Karen Baumgardner. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Welty, Arlene Mar-
quart, Jeannette Butler, Marie Waltermire, Carol Inbody, Linda Rettig, Sharon Businger, Becky Long,
Doris Rausch, Joan Essinger, Beverly Reigle. THIRD ROW: Sandra Gossman, Mary Alice Nessler, Nan
Bishop, Marilyn Bame, Sharon Reichley, Diane Brauneller, Margaret Hartman, Patricia Wells, Jo Ann
Beagle, Linda Foltz, Janet Treece, Kathy Houdeshell.
"We Make A Home Out Of A House . . ."
The Arlington F .H.A. Chapter of 1958-1959 was organized in October under the direction of the
following officers: President, Judy Batesg Vice-President, Sharon Richardg Secretary, Karen Boyceg
Treasurer, Vera Jean Wilsong Parliamentarian, Karen Baumgardnerg Reporter, Judy Crosser, Song
Leader, Joan Essingerg Historian, Jeannette Butler, Club Mother, Mrs. Carol Wilsong and Adviser,
In September we successfully completed our first activity of the year by winning a blue ribbon with
our exhibit at the Hancock County Fair.
The initiation of eight new members in October brought our enrollment up to thirty homemakers.
On November 22 the F.H.A. held a bake sale at Arlington Ford Sales. The Bi-County meeting, which
was held at Cory-Rawson on November 5, was attended by the local chapter members. We participated
in the program and the election of officers, which resulted in electing Linda Foltz as Bi-County Reporter.
A very successful cake raffle was held on December 5 for the F .H.A. we had a Christmas party
and gift exchange with the F .F .A. boys on December 20.
On January 16 the chapter's treasury was enlarged by the club's holding a second cake raffle. At
the Hancock County Teachers' Meeting held January 30, the F .H.A. served the meal.
At our February meeting, the chapter voted to have another bake sale, which was very profitable
for the group on February 21.
March was a very busy month for the F.H.A. members. We attended the Bi-County meeting at
Pandora-Gilboa on March 4. At this meeting several Arlington girls received their Chapter Homemaker
Degree. Our annual Parent-Daughter Banquet was held March 20.
In May the F.H.A. had a farewell party at the Arlington Park, where seniors were dismissed from
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Steinman, Mrs.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Harry Smith, Robert
Russell, Floyd Clinger. SECOND ROW: Paul Gallant,
Robert Shellenbarger, Wilbur Garlinger.
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5 Election of class officers - "Big Wheels are in. "
Preview football game with Findlay Reserve - "We won 28 -0. "
8 Juniors receive class rings - 'Will they keep them ?"
12 League opens at McComb - 'We goofed. "
19 Vanlue game there - "Twas our No. 1 Victory. "
22 Seniors select annual publisher.
Election of Homecoming Queenand Attendents - "Congratulations, Jean.
25 Seniors have pictures taken - "Trouble with parking meters?"
26 Homecoming dance after Arcadia game - "Our Victory. "
27 Football team at O. S. U.
8 Van Buren game - "We choked them, 40-0. "
10 Cory-Rawson game - "AHS defeated them, 20-0. "
17 Liberty-Benton game - "We stepped on them, 38-0. "
18 Band sees O. S. U. game. '
21 Seniors are out selling ads - "Try, try again. "
23 Victory over Mt. Blanchard - "HANCOCK COUNTY CHAMPS.
24 No school - "Teachers are catching up with seniors!"
29 Community Halloween Dance - "1 - 2 - 3 - hop. "
31 Montgomery Local Game - "Final Victory, 32-8. "
5 F. H. A. Bi-County Meeting at Cory-Rawson.
12 Red Devils' Football Banquet - "Our Champs. "
14 College night at Vanlue - "Sha11 we study more?"
20 Senior class play, THE KATZ WHISKERS.
21 Play repeat - "Again a terrific success. "
25 Basketball at McComb - "Sorry, we lost. "
28 Mt. Blanchard here - "So sorry, THEY lost!"
United Nations Day Assembly - "Good panel, Sophomores. "
1 Band Mothers entertain Band.
5 Cory-Rawson here - "Dnn't believe they walloped us too much!"
12 Arcadia game here - "They lost. "
16 Cory-Rawson there - "Sweet revenge! "
19 Liberty-Benton here - 'Have to give them one. "
22 Annual Christmas Musicale - "There 's a song in the air. "
23 G. A. A. Record Hop - "Some tired feet!"
F. F. A. and F. H.A. Christmas Party.
24 Vacation begins - "Sure need to relax!"
26 Christmas Tournament at Ada - "Both Lafayette and Forest beat
1 Happy New Year-"Remember your resolutions. "
2 Vanlue game there-"Tramped on us, 40-76. "
5 School again-"All Seniors accounted for. "
9 Arcadia there-"Teamwork son. "
Senior Scholarship Tests at Van Buren - "Brains went. "
12 Seniors select their announcements.
16 Vanlue here - "Lost, 49-62. "
23 Van Buren there- "Close win, 49-37. "
24 County Music Festival at Arcadia - "Hard Work. "
26 Seniors take aptitude tests - "Good Luck. "
30 Teachers' Meeting at Arlington - "Have Band - We played
6 McComb here, end of league games - "Lost. "
8 Arlington Band Concert - "The Best Ever!"
13 County Tournament at Arlington and Cory-Rawson.
14 County Toumament Arlington vs. Vanlue.
16 County Music Auditions at McComb - "Try Hard. "
Senior boys eat at Rotary Club in Findlay.
20 County Tournament.
21 County Tournament.
3 Individual Pictures - Cheese, Please. "
'7 District Ensemble and Solo Contest at Lima.
16 F, F. A. Queen Contest - "Look Pretty Girls. l"
20 F. H. A. Banquet.
21 District Band and Chorus Contest at Shawnee.
3 F. F. A. Banquet - "No gravy on us, please! "
10 F. F. A. Record Hop - "Shake it, but don't break it. "
11 State Ensemble and Solo Contest - "Good Luck. "
17 Honor Society Banquet at Arcadia.
18 State Band and Chorus Contest at Granville - " IF. "
23 G. A. A. Show - "Step High. "
24 G. A. A. Show - "Return Performance. "
25 Spring Semi-Formal G. A. A. Dance.
29 Latin Club Banquet - "Oh, you Romans!"
2 State Scholarship Tests - "Off we go! "
8 Style Show - "Watch that first step. "
15 Junior-Senior Banquet - "For the Best Ever - SENIORS '59, '
22 Seniors last day - "Out of jail????"
24 Baccalaureate and Commencement - "Good-bye, You All.
26 Last day - "School's Out. "
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