Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1961
Page 1 of 88
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East High School, Erie Pa.
Findlay College, A,B,
Coach, Geography, Physical
McComb High School
Miami University, A, B,
Ohio State University
Social Science, English
Arlington High School
Findlay College, A, B,
Kent State University, B, S,
University of Michigan
Coach, History, Democracy
Dola High School
Ohio Northern University, B, S,
Bowling Green State University
Lucas High School
Ohio State University, B, S,
Oakwood High School
Ohio Northern University, B, S,
DORRIS LA ROCHE
Ada High School
Ohio Northern University A, B,
Centerville High School
Miami-Jacobs Business College
Wilmington College, A, B,
Liberty High School
Bowling Green State University
Physical Education, English
Arlington High School
Findlay College, A, B,
English, History, French,
Arlington High School
Wittenberg College, A, B,
Bowling Green State University
Bluffton High School
Bowling Green State University
Home Economics, Biology
Bowling Green State University
Ohio Northern University
Bowling Green State University
Findlay High School
Bowling Green State University
Findlay High School
Ohio Northern University, A, B,
Bowling Green State University
Continental High School
Bowling Green State University
Carey High School
Bowling Green State University
Ohio Northern University
Enow High School
RHEA ,IEAN MORRIS
Arlington Local Schools
Ohio Northern Unviersrty
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Fmdlay High SQh001 Cory Rawson Cory Rawson High School
Bewlmg Green Stare University Ohio Northern University Bowling Green State University
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Wanda Raymond Essinger, Paul Gallant
Esther Bormuth, Isabelle Marquart,
Doren Kemerly, Paul Gallant, Robert Russell, Harry Smith, Roland Shellenbarger, Floyd
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Play 3,45 Boys' Chorus 1,
2, 3,45 Basketball Mana-
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Officer 45 Annual Staff 4.
SA LLY IN BODY
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Band 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus
2, 3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,
3,45 Woodwind Quintet
1,2,3,45 County Music
Festival 1,2,3,45 Latin
Club 1,25 Scholarship
Team 2, 35 Honor Society
3, 45 County Honor Society
Officer 45 Class Play 4.
LARRY CRATES, Editor
"If'brilliancy and wit ever
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the g r e a t will be his
Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3,
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Latin Club 1, 25 Class Of--
ficer 25 Band 1,2,3,45
B o y s Chorus 1,2, 3,45
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45
Wind Ensembles 1,2, 3,45
Class Play 3,45 County
Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4.
JACK GLICK, President
"There are three good
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thought, freedom of ac-
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Class Officer 1,2,3,45
Football 1,2,3,45 Boys'
Chorus 3,45 Mixed Chorus
3,45 County Chorus 45 Latin
Club 15 Scholarship Team
1, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Honor
Guard 35 Annual Staff 4.
"All lovely things must
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G.A.A. 1,2, 3,45G.A.A,
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Class Plays 3, 45 LatinClub
15 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 3,45
Mixed Chorus 3,4.
"A nice personality, full
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Maiorette 1,2, 3,45 Girls'
Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Mixed
Chorus 3,45 Cheerleader
1,45 Class Officer 2, 3,45
G.A.A. Officer 1,35 F.
H.A. Officer 35 Honor
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Annual Staff45 Class Play
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Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Cho-
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rus 2,3,45Queen Attendant
15 Homecoming, Queen 45
G.A.A. Officer 1, 2, 35
F.H.A. Officer 3, 45 Class
Officer 2,45 District Music
Festival 35 Girls' Ensem-
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Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
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Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Senior
Scholarship 45 Class Play
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"The most dangerous situ-
ation the human race has
faced in all history. "
F.F.A. Queen 35 Queen
Attendant 3,45 Class Play
3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45
Majorette 2, 3, 45 H e a d
3,45 Scholarship Team 45
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 En-
semble 2, 3,45 Gir1s'Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 Class Offi-
cer 1, 3.
"Quiet and serene this gay
Band 1,2, 3,45 G.A.A. 1,
2, 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,
3,45Mixed Chorus 2,3,45
G ir ls ' Ensemble 2, 3,45
Cornet Quartet 1, 25 Class
Play 35 Honor Guard 35
County Music Festival 25
Annual Staff 4.
"Nobody could call me a
35 Tennis 15 Boys' Chorus
3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45
Class Play 45 Annual staff
"She's often seen and al-
ways heard. "
Band 1,25 3,45 Girl's Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,
2,3,45 Class Play 3,45
Latin Club 1,25 Scholar-
ship Team 1,25 Honor
Society 3,45 Annual Staff
"A friendly girl, a charm-
ing lass, a worthy addition
to our class. "
Band 1, 2, 3,45 Girls' Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Cho-
rus 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble
2, 3,45 County Music Fes-
tival 1,2,3,45 Class Of-
ficer 1,35 Class Play 3,45
Honor Society 3,43
Cheerleader 3, 45 Scholar-
ship Team 4.
"lf you got'er--us'er I
always say. "
Footballl, 2, 3,45 Basket-
Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class
Play 45 Annual Staff 4.
"A hot-rod driver such as
he, someday will end up
a tree, "
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 1,2,3g Boy's Chorus
"l can't work for thinking
of THEM. "
F.F.A. l,2, 3, Class Play
3, Annual staff 4.
1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
l,2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,2,3g
F.F.A. Officer 33 Annual
Staff 4, County Music
"When duty and pleasure
clash, let duty goto
Honor Society 3,45 Senior
Scholarship Teamg Latin
Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus
1,2, 3,4g Boy's Chorus 1,
2,3,4g Class Play 3,4g Class
Officer 3, Band 1,2, An-
nual Staff 4.
PAUL DEAN WELLS
"My ambition is to be
Football1,2g F.F.A. 1,2g
Annual Staff 4.
"This guy acts like he
flipped his lid, that's be-
cause he's a Billtown kid."
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Annual
staff 45 Boy's Chorus 1,2,
"It is complete ly unimpor-
tant, that is why it is so
Boy's Chorus 1, 2,3,4g F.
F.A. 2, Driving 45 Annual
"Thought I to rnyself5 we
shallnever come off scott
Football 1,2,35 Boy's Cho-
rus1,2,3545 F.F.A. 1,2,
3,45 Class Officer 15 An-
nual Staff 4.
"An innocent appearance,
but looks are deceiving. "
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.
A. Show 1,2,45 Style
Show 1, 2, 45 Girl's Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4.
"Here I am and here I'1l
stay . "
Girls' Chorus 2,3,45 G.
A.A. 1, 2, 35 G. A. A
Show 1,25 Style Show 1,
25 Annual Staff 4.
"You can't lose what you
Bandl, 2, 3,45 Boy's Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,
2, 3,45 Annual Staff 4.
"Greater men have been
born, but I doubt it. "
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,
2,35 Baseball 15 Boys'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,45 Annual
"There shall be music
where 'er she goes. "
Band 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus
2, 3,45 G ir ls ' Ensemble
2,3,45 Sax Quartet 1,25
Honor Society 3,45 Class
Play 3,45 Class Officer 35
AnnualStaff 45 Latin Club
"What can't be cured
must be endured."
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 County
Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus
1,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble
2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45
F.H.A. 2,3,45 Latin Club
15 Latin Club Officer 15
Annual Staff 45 Class
"I never met a manl didn't
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Mixed Chorus 3,45 Band
1,2,3,45 Jazz Band 1,2,
3,45 County Music Fes-
45 Bi-County Officer 3,
45 Girls' Basketball 3,45
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 An-
nual Staff 45 Class Play
"100 words a minute--
Officer 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,45 G.A.A. Show 1,25
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
Class Play 3,45 Band An-
nouncer 45 Annual Staff 4.
M.r -1-fl-mv-V f - -naw 1 -Wh -if 1' -1 5-:espn riff-f-...x.11.sia..-:liq-rm.11u1.u.1
"What he doesn't know
would make a great book. "
Boys' Chorus 1,2, 3,45 F.
F.A. 1,2,35 Annual Staff
"lt's funny the things
teachers will do5 they try
to appear smarter than
Football 15 Football Man-
ager 3,45 Annual Staff 4.
"Why worry about my
size? Napoleon was a
little man too."
Garden City H.S., Michi-
Football 1,25 Baseball 1.
25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35
Spanish Club Officer 25
School Newspaper 15 Ar-
lington H.S., F.F.A. 35
Annual Staff 4.
"Don't try to out talk me
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl's
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,45 Queen At-
tendant 25 F.F.A. Queen
25 Honor Society 3, 45
Cheerleader 3, 45 Scholar-
ship Team 45 Clarinet
Quartet 35 Class Play 3,4.
"If school is liberty, give
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball 1,2, 3,45 Baseball 15
Boy's Chorus 1,2,3,45 F.
F.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. Show
25 Annual Staff 4.
"If orneriness were a crime,
l'd be serving time."
F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Style Show 1,2,
3,45 Girl's Chorus l,2,3,
45Mixed Chorus 3,45 G.
A.A. Show 1,2,3,45 An-
nual Staff 45 Class Officer
"Her stature tall--I hate a
dumpy woman. "
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl's Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Cho-
rus 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45
F.H.A. Officer 3,45 G.A.
1,2,35 Mixed Clarinet
Quartet35 A1lCounty Cho-
rus 45 Annual Staff 4.
"They can't say ambition
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Boy's
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play
35 Annual Staff 4.
"Who needs an attic? I
have a purse. "
Band 1,2, 3, 45 Girl's Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Cho-
rus 3,45 Girls' Ensemble
2,3,45 Mixed Clarinet
Quartet 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,45G.A.A. Show 1,2,35
Latin Club lg Office Help
3,45 Annual Staff 4g Class
Editor. . . .
Business Manager .....
Assistant Business Manager . .
Assistant Sales Manager . .
Art Editor . .
Typists . .
Snapshots . .
Football. . .
G.A.A. . .
Who's Who. .
Music. . .
Latin Club. .
Class Will . .
Class History .
F.H.A. . . .
F.F.A. . .
. . . .Larry Crates
. . Rosemary Bishop
. . . .Carol Rettig
. . . . .Steven Riter
. . .Barbara Badertscher
. . . . Connie Bowers
. . Bill Grostick
. . .Sally Inbody
. . Dia ne Brauneller
, Cathie Solt
. Dennis Day and Frank Jolliff
Lanny Dillon and David Davis
, Diane Rettig
. .Joyce Kernerley, IOC Wagner, Sharon Businger, and Becky Long
, , , Iim Johnson and Fred Smith
Sharon Reichley and Rosella Horton
, , ,Bob Penrod and Dean Suter
. Linda Foltz
Betty Reigle and Louvella Smithers
. Ted Mitchell and Richard Smith
. ,...,, Margaret Hartman
. Paul Dean Wells, Jerry Grohoske, and Gene Woods
EVAN'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT
400 S. Cory, Findlay
We were the little forty-niners of Arlington High School, for on September 12 of that year 48 bright
students invaded Mrs. Castor's and Mrs. Well's first grade rooms. Our classmate, Donni Sauers, left
us during the yea r.
Our second year of school was under the leadership of Mrs. Simpson and Mrs. Wells. Over the summer
we lost Lana Fekete, Tommy Sims, Danny Rodabaugh, Larry Swank, Jayne Yates, Glenn Lafferty and John
DePuy. We had 7 new classmates, Barbara Badertscher, Dennis Day, Sue Soloman, Phyllis Redick, Jimmy
Sparks, Mary Chamberlin and Wallace Spurlock, to join us that year.
Mrs. Uonesj Marshall and Mrs. fPrattJ Miller were our third grade teachers. We lost Wallace
Spurlock and Phyllis Redick. Bonnie Decker, Edward Reigle, Colleen Deitrick, Thomas Deahl, Edgar
Patton and Connie DiOnne joined giving us a total of 50.
Again Mrs. Marshall along with Mrs. Beeson was in charge during our fourth year. We lost Bonnie
Decker, Colleen Deitrick, Thomas Deahl, George Loach, Jimmy Sparks and Mary Chamberlin. Our class
gained Danny Hughes, Terry Poe, Carol Fletcher and Karen Haley.
Our fifth year was led by Mrs. Connell, Mrs. Hutson and Mrs. Jacobs. Connie DiOnne was our only
loss that year. Becky Bishop, Wayne Smith and David Rice were our new classmates.
Miss Foltz and Mr. Gobrecht guided us during our sixth year. We lost Wayne Smith, Becky Bishop,
Carol Fletcher and Terry Poe. Larry Dunn joined us that year.
Our seventh year of school was spent with Mrs. Falk and Mr. Willeke, We lost Larry Dunn, David
Reigle, and Edward Reigle. During the year Dick Mercer, Beverly F easel, Addie May Rice, Dale Costello,
and Richard Cannode joined the class giving us a total of 46.
Our last year of Junior High was guided by Mrs. Welty and Mr. Bibler. We dropped down to 37
students when David Rice, Addie May Rice, Beverly Feasel, Dale Costello, Richard Cannode, Sue Soloman,
Janet Musgrave and Norris Beach left. But we reached 39 with the addition of two, Louvella Smithers and
Lanny Dillon. ,
September 5, 1957 was our first day of high school. Our Freshman advisors were Mrs. Knight and
Mr, Castor. We lost none and gained two, David Middleton and Janet Cavins.
Our Sophomore year was spent with our advisors Mrs. Knight and Mr. Trostmiller. We lost Janet
Cavins that summer, Donni Sauers, Dean Suter and Doris Halsey joined our class. Donni Sauers left later
that year. Our total was 38.
Our advisors during the Junior year were Mrs. LaRoche and Mr, Mengert, Doris Halsey, David
Middleton and Edgar Patton left. Bill Grostick and Bob Penrod joined our class of 39 students.
Mrs. Beach and Mr, Rost advised us our Senior year. Howard Skeeters leftover the summer and
David Smith came back that Fall. With his leaving, our total was 38.
I im Johnson
Paul Dean Wells
Bits About Seniors
I mean, you know
I don't know
Think it'll snow
Same to you Andy
Bet that smarts
Oh quit that
Gross up, kid
Oh great! I
Hey good buddy
Listen to the old dad
When I was--
Driving old cars
Pencil behind ear
Skipping S .H.
3 door car
Bulky knit sweaters
Pin ball machine
Long black hair
Doing least possible
Get out of school
Catch her man
80 year old lifeguard
Post Master General
Manager of Browns
Big Boy car hop
Ind. Arts Teacher
Check out girl
Knight of the road
Test tube washer
Great White Hunter
Making new acquaintances
Combing her hair
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN
Didn't have an answer
Couldn't find Billtown
Cut her hair
Allergic to hair spray
Was allergic to cats
Couldn't find Main Street
Didn't get embarrassed
Lost his pencil
Liked her own class ring
Took his own Dem. notes
Got a flat top
Disliked the opposite sex
Didn't have some kind of trouble
Had a fight with Richard
Make 20 wam in typing
Had short hair
Wore her glasses
Went home on the bus
Couldn't write letters
Came to school on time
Had a fight with Ted
Lost her convertible
Got lost in Findlay
Read a lesson
Went to study hall
Didn't like to hunt
Seventh Grade Officers Sophomore Class Officers
Eighth Grade Officers junior Class Officers
Freshman Class Officers School Patrol
I, G, DRUMMELSMITH
GLICK APPLIANCE SERVICE SMITH FARM IMPLEMENT New dc Used Farm Equipment
Authorized G, E, Service Station Phone 5-3091 1 Mile North 8: 1 Mile West
Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio of Arlington
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FIRST ROW: BeverlyReigle, CherylCrates, NancyRower, Lois Powell, JoyceRossman, Marietta Arrington, Kathy
Houdeshell, JanetTreece, Jean Krout, Patricia Wells. SECOND ROW: Mr, Potter, JoeClevenger, David Reigle,
Larry Hickle, Gary Inbody, Jeanette Cole, Karen Bishop, Linda Warner, Gary Hindall, Steven Grieser, John
Middleton, Dennis Feasel, Mrs, Musgrave. THIRD ROW: JoeRomick, Dennis Gerschutz, Dexter Wilson, Ronnie
Essinger, Donnie Essinger, Merle Ireland, Brian Bibler, Jon Treece, Bob McKinley, Darol Jameson, Russell Brau-
neller, Bob Elsea, David Gerschutz,
FIRST ROW: Ruth Ann Nessler, Cheryl Waxler, MaryLou Patton, Elaine Smith, Jeanne Williams, Lois Ann Wilson,
Mary Lee Richard, Jane Spaeth, Judy Middleton, Barbara Beard, Betty Marquart, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Knight,
Ann Long, Janetjolliff, Jane Gillespie, Melonie Myers, Gretchen Wilson, MargaretMorgart, Cathy Sink, Carolyn
Hartman, Bi1lBrown, Eddie Steinman, Mrs. LaRoche, THIRD ROW: Tom Deter fdeceasedj, Steve Metzger, Jim
Steinman, Ed Reigle, Bill Brewster, Bill Barne, Bob Sink, Mike Beucler, Bob Marquart, Ronald Wolford, Alan
McMillan, David Powell, Jan Kemerley, Charles Crates, Charles Nicholson.
J, G, BAME
Arlington, Ohio HANCOCK HYBRIDS, INC.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Complete Line of Farm Seeds
Farm Tractors 8x Implements GA 2-9372 - Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW: JeffRettig, Lavern Steinman, Rex Bishop, Dean Davis, DannyPatton, DaleRalph, Bill Davis, Wayne
Wilch. SECOND ROW: Stephnie Hindricks, Julene Hindall, Becky Mitchell, Shirley Miller, Diane Hartman,
Brenda Human, Paulette Beard, Cynthia Crates, Glenda Baughman, Linda Bishop, Betty Brewster, THIRD ROW:
Fred Mengert, Mary Crates, Sue Long, Sandra Gossman, Dorthy Clinger, Hazel Burton, Trudy Green, Miriam
Tegtmeier, Nancy Drummelsmith, Jane Bame, Mary Ellen Hartman, Mary Burton, MaryCoburn, Mr. Troastmiller.
FOURTH ROW: Danny Smith, Donald Steiman, John Reiley, Bill Alge, Ronnie Russel, John King, Roger Fast,
Tom Mercer, Joe Bishop, Lee Alan Best, Steve Smith, Marvin Rower, Dean Hinger, Jerry Hickle,
FIRST ROW: Paula Deter, JaniceGreece, BarbaraNessler, SueBishop, JerriJeanHartman, SaraReinking, Shirley
Houdeshell, Pamela Myers, SECOND ROW: Mr, Peneton, Jane Grososke, Rubetta Wilch, Mayr Taft, Judy
Jolliff, Sherry Fahl, Linda Butte, Sharon McKinley, Joan Tegtmeier, Brenda Brinkman, THIRD ROW: Don
Musgrave, Dean Steiman, Paul Patton, George Human, Mike Franks, Mike Musgrave, Freddy Reigle, Freddy
Arrington, Ronnie McMillian,
BEACHES' CLOVER FARM PORTER'S MUSIC
Choice Meats, Groceries, and Vegetables Findlay's Complete Music Store
Arlington, Ohio Phone GA 2-3015 - Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Alice Williams, CherylClevenger, Karen Hartman, Diane Steinman, Diane Bishop, Patricia
Businger, Betty Wells, Rita Smith, Nancy Fox, Karen Metzger. SECOND ROW: Danny Hartman, Tom Orwick,
Cindy Bash, Judy McClelland, Connie Strouse, Cheri Corbin, Mary Shellenbarger, Lonnie Pepple, DonnieKemerley,
Ronnie Kemerley, Mr. Bibler, THIRD ROW: Ronnie Jolliff, Chris Eibling, John Gehrisch, Ronnie Griffith, Jim
Dillinger, Clarence Decker, Jim Reddick, Steve Rinehart, David lnbody, Jesse Wilch, Dennis Rower, Dale Nicholson.
FIRST ROW: Mike Smith, David Wilch, JohnSteinman, NormanChamberlain, Dana Davis, Ray Worstine, Charles
Smith, Tim Rinehart. SECOND ROW: Karen Brauneller, Mary Hartman, BetsyBeagle, Carolyn Human, Waneta
Cotner, Peggy Price, Barbara Hartman, MarthaMiddleton, Linda Robinson, RosemaryFeller. THIRD ROW: Mrs.
Welty, Joe Metzger, Eric Grieser, Joe Traucht, Everett Riegle, Barry Fox, Wayne Frantz, Diane Fields, Cheryl
Essinger, Marcia Businger, Barbara Patton, Patricia Patton, Joyce Wilson, Mrs. Schaffer, FOURTH ROW: Bob
Steinman, Jay Dee Richards, Steven Beach, Charles Hartman, Larry Evans, Keith Morrow, Tom Honecker, Paul
Tegtmeier, Elaine Oates, Cindy Fahl, Janet Burton, Nancy Dillinger, Jim Hindall, Richard Brown, Robert Green,
237 S, Main St, DAVENPORT INSURANCE AGENCY DR, LEROY DAVIS, Optometrist
Findlay, Ohio All forms of insurance 116 W. Crawford Street
Congratulations All! Findlay and Mt, Blanchard GA 2-2718 - Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Cynthia Reamsnyder, Sharon Nicholson, Darlene Wilch, Rebecca LaRoche, Jackie Schey, Sally
Salsbury, ChristineGrieser, Linda Brinkman, SECOND ROW: Steven Willeke, MartinGrieser, Yvonne Gossman,
Linda Wright, Christine Reilly, Susan Drummelsmith, Dale Dawson, Ralph Green, Mrs. Woodmency, THIRD
ROW: Gary McMillen, Ralph Slayter, Danny Frantz, Douglas Miller, Robert Coburn, Robert Hartman, Roger
Russell, Greg Ghaster, Craig Brown.
FIRST ROW: Martha Powell, Nancy Treece, Debra Pepple, Linda Houdeshell, Linda Smith, Donna Houdeshell,
Susie Coldren, Ramona Hartman, Chris Businger, SECOND ROW: Max Hosafros, Sandy Traucht, Ruth Anne
Mengert, SusieBibler, Nancy Launder, ClydeBame, DennisClevenger, MissFoltz. THRID ROW: MarvinBame,
James McClelland, Danny Jolliff, Donald Plotts, Greg Snyder, Terry Suter, Arnold Longworth, Terry Metzger,
Harold Human, ABSENT: Sammy Butte,
ROBERT R, RUSSELL INSURANCE ZIEROLF'S
Automobile - Fire - General Liability HANCOCK COUNTY FARM Clothes Men Like
Arlington 5-3457 Equipment Dealers Association Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Carol Reigle, Lynn Nicholson, Patricia Longworth, Linda Brauneller, Kathie McDougle, Kathy
Chamberlain, Cynthia Bishop, Betsy Wilson, SECOND ROW: Mike Solt, Jennifer Bash, Teresa Businger, Mary
Feadaeringill, Pamela Burson, Douglas Smith, Mrs. Miller. THIRD ROW: Charles Hartman, Russell Stahl,
Dennis Tidd, Jack Pearson, Jack Crates, Patrick Prise. ABSENT: Carl Brewster,
FIRST ROW: Debby Rinehart, Brena Clevenger, Linda Weber, Barbara Steinman, Elaine Beard, Deborah Fox
Phyllis Wilson, Cathy Patton, SECOND ROW: Allen Dillon, Ronald Crates, Joe Coburn, Gloria Houdeshell,
Shirley Jolliff, Steve Morrow, Dennis Eibling, Miss Falk. THIRD ROW: Gary Weihrauch, Douglas Rossman
Steve Walters, Junior Weihrauch, Roger Steinman, Harvey Taft, ABSENT: Retha Salsbury.
Congratulations to the Class of "61"
REPUBLICAN COURIER MARTIN MOTOR CLINIC
Radio Station WFIN 127 W, Main Cross Street
Findlay, Ohio Marathon Service - Findlay
FIRST ROW: Roberta Michell, Barbara Reamsnyder, Dorthy Jean Salsbury, Joan Butler, Carol Smith, Barbara
Dawson, Cynthia Beucler, Kathleen Wagner, Deborah Hindall. SECOND ROW: Kathy Ione Pifer, DavidMuehl1rad,
Clair Baughman, Steven Prochaska, NormanBeach, Ray Wilson. THIRD ROW: Ronald Hartman, JonFahl, Dennis
Helms, Richard Worstine, William Human, Thomas Davis, Mrs. Hutson. ABSENT: Dennis Light.
FIRST ROW: Nancy McMiller, Alberta Hartman, Linda Suter, Janie Traucht, Susan Alge, Kay Wilson, Marsha
Morrow, Daren Hartman, Pamela LaRoche, Janet Decker, SECOND ROW: Bonita Williams, Bobby Musgrave,
Ronald Coburn, Mervin Alexander, Frederick Cramer, Ronald Snyder, Mrs, Loader. THIRD ROW: Robert Hart-
man, Keith Beard, Allen Essinger, Ray Spaeth, Wayne Riegle, Douglas Coldren, Michael Brown,
THE FARMERS 8a MERCHANTS BANK NEWHOUSER HATCHERIES INC.
Arlington, Ohio Ph, 5-2251 - Hy-Line Chicks
"A Full Service Bank" Arlington, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Judith Reamsnyder, Linda Evans, Susan Bidlack, Sue Human, Penny McDougle, Dottie Weihrauch,
Nancy Marquart, Laura Prochaska, Carolyn Ecldington, Geraldine Lond. SECOND ROW: Gary Clevenger, Rod-
ney Russell, Jeffrey Frantz, Carol Wilson, Linda Slayter, Lynda Bibler, Dale Ireland, Jody Weidman, Mrs.
Warren, John Nicholson. THIRD ROW: Mathew Musgrave, John Orwick, James Carey, Wayne Smith, Kenneth
Worstine, Philip Burson, Keith McClelland, Rodger Brauneller, Dan Steinman. ABSENT: Joel Batchelor.
FIRST ROW: Mary Feasel, Patty Jo Miller, Barbara Steinman, Karen Willeke, Judy Shank, Kathy Hartman, Patty
Kirk, Rosemary Beagle, Christine Musgrave, Elaine Wright, Linda Alexander. SECOND ROW: Don Davis,
Karl Best, Dennis Hartman, Gary Dodge, Jacie Hindall, Donald Bash, Dennis Fields, James Main, Mrs. Morris,
THIRD ROW: Terry Hindall, Larry McDevitt, Dana Jameson, Joe Wolford, Larry Corbin, Jack Metzger, Eric
Schey, John Rinehart. ABSENT: Eugenia Sanders, Mark Bishop.
TROUT FURNITURE COMPANY SEARS ROEBUCK COMPANY HOMER BEAN
508 South Main Catalog Sales Office Jeweler
Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio--Phone GA 2-8801 Findlay, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Peggy Treece, Deborah Branan, Paulette Human, Cheri Rower, Rosalee Beagle, Carol Butler, Bonnie
Line, Cheryl Muehlbrad, Donna Brewster, Brenda Steinman. SECOND ROW: Mike Alge, Patty Krout, Peggy Iol-
liff, Ricky Oates, Ronald Penrod, David Hoge, Mrs. Huffman. THIRD ROW: David Featheringill, Eric Pearson,
Charles Cramer, Paul Maine, Roy Miller, David Rossman, Billy Dawson. ABSENT: Brian Welly.
FIRST ROW: Gloria Reigle, Dasie Williams, Sharon Yoxtheimer, DaunWolford, Cindy Rower, Connie McCelland,
Denise Rettig, Pamela Businger, Janet Wilson, Dottie Staley. SECOND ROW: Kent Brown, Donnie Coburn, Jill
Musgrave, Pamela Rodabaugh, Ruth Ellen Richard, Tom Solt, Dennis Beard, Mrs. Warner. THIRD ROW: Rocky
Hartman, Mark Metger, Larry Hindall, Richard Helms, Steven Kirk, John Reinking, Tim Salsbury. ABSENT:
Rose Ann Launder.
HANCOCK COUNTY FARM BUREAU
HULLENKREMER CONST. CQ., INC. CO-OP ASSOCIATION INC. Congratulations Class of "GI"
400 Sguth Main SU-get Williamston-Mt. Cory TROUT MOTOR SALES
Findlay, Ohio Mt. Blanchard-Findlay 1301 Lima Avenue
FIRST ROW: Dolly Salsbury, Wilma Coburn, Karen Morrow, Jennie Hartman, Beth Musgrave, Delia Fields, Susie
Walters, Vickie Line, Cathy Shank. SECOND ROW: Jack Musgrave, Tim Bash, Tim Deter, Bob Jolliff, Mrs.
Castor, Danny McDougle. THIRD ROW: Frank Eddington, Henry Reichley, Steven Miller, Paul Hindall, Rod-
ney Griffith, Mark Wagner, Mike Keck, Steven McClelland, Eddie Fahl.
FIRST ROW: Nancy Rinehart, Marlene Clevenger, Laurie Nicholson, Becky Powell, Karen Weihrauch, Debbie
Honecker, Diana Grohoske, Nancy Ellis, Cheryl Businger, Laura Bibler, Tommy Cornette. SECOND ROW:
Freddy Hartman, Miss Bame. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Businger, Darl Steinman, David Decker, Ricky Tidd, Tom-
my Launder, David Pifer, Mark Hosafros, Tommy Main, Dennis Fox, Ricky Burton.
HUGHES CLEANERS DICK'S AUTO PARTS STELLA'S SODA GRILL
701 Howard St, 35 112 W, From 347 Midland Avenue Phone 5-3955
Fi11d19,y, 01-110 Findlay, Ohio Arlington, Ohio
FIRST ROW: Tishy Reinking, Karen Yoxtheimer, Barbara Weber, Deborah Kirk, Debra Essinger, Sandra Line,
Lou Ann Bateson, Debra Waltermire, Jane Prochaska, Debra Drummelsmith. SECOND ROW: Timmie Feasel,
James Nicholson, Mike Williams, Peggy Krout, Barbara Woods, Janet Kay Shellenbarger, Scotty Traucht, Dean
Branan, Ronnie Miller, Timmie Cornette, Mrs. Winstead. THIRD ROW: Mike Salsbury, Mike Miller, Kenny
Chamberlain, Bruce Alexander, Roger Bishop, Mike Pepple, Danny Riegle, Jeff Staley, Mark Pepple.
FIRST ROW: Ionna Schaaf, Nancy Weber, Pamela Gant, Nancy Wright, Denise Muehlbrad, Cynthia Arnold, Susan
Rodabaugh, Shelia Hoge, Beth Welly. SECOND ROW: Gary Wilson, Greg Grohoske, Jim Russell, Billy Hartman,
Stephen Smith, Maurice Marks, Dean Mengert, Randy Coldren, Mike Chamberlain, Mrs. Winstead. THIRD
ROW: David Houdeshell, BruceMcClelland, Bruce Riegle, Mike Freed, Brad Ghaster, David Hindall, David
Reamsnyder, Steve Inbody. ABSENT: Ronnie Wilch.
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FIRST ROW: .Terry Grohoske, J im Johnson, Lanny Dillon, Steve Riter, Dean Suter, Frank Jolliff, Fred
Smith, J ack Glick, Bob Penrod, David Davis. SECOND ROW: J on Treece, Ronnie Essinger, Donnie
Essinger, Brian Bibler, Gary Hindall, Dennis Feasel, Bob Elsea, Gary Inbody,John Middleton, David
Reigle, Daro1,Tameson, J oe Romick, Russell Brauneller, Dexter Wilson,
On August 19, 1960, 48 eager boys gathered at the schoolhouse to receive their practice equipment,
September 16: ARCADIA This team was a lot rougher than expected. Jameson and Davis ledthescor-
ing attack, Arcadia managed to penetrate our defensive unit once for atouchdown and aconversion,
But we still won 18-8,
September 23: VAN BUREN The Red Devils were overconfident for the first few minutes, Van Buren
took advantage of this and scored a touchdown and a conversion, From there on it was Arlington all
the way, Essinger, Jameson, Davis, Feasel, Smith, Johnson and Crates were all effective in the scoring
department, We finished with a 32-6 lead,
September 30: CORY RAWSON This was considered one of the important games of the season, How-
ever it did not prove to be a contest, The defensive unit played an excellent game in holding Cory Rawson
to nothing while the offensive unit tallied 28 points to give us a 28-O win,
October 7: LIBERTY BENTON We played a weak LB eleven, This proved to be no contest, Everybody
got to play and we went home with a 44-0 margin.
October 15: MT, BLANCHARD To the squad this was the most important game of the year, No offen-
sive action was seen in the first half, However midway in the third quarter Mt, Blanchard opened the
scoring gates for a six pointer. The conversion failed, Arlington tied the score early in the fourth quarter
as the Red Devils recovered a fumble on the twenty-five, and Jameson went over from the three yard
stripe. Conversion failed, With the first half of the final stanza gone, a Blanchard halfback ran twenty-
five yards to the AHS five and two plays later they scored. Conversion failed. With two minutes left in
the game Arlington again capitalized on a miscue by recovering another fumble. Dennis Feasel then
went over from 13 yards out to tie the score. "Two point" Charles Crates then put the game on ice
by scoring the first conversion of the game, When the gun sounded, we hat a 14-12 victory,
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THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach, Howard Trostmiller, Charles Nicholson, Jan Kemerley, Steve Metzger,
Ronnie W01fO1'd. Mike BCUC1C1'. Bob MCKiH1CY. Bob Marquart, Jim Steinman, David Powell, Tom Deter
fdeceasedl, Charles Crates, Coach Harold Castor. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Rettig, Dean Davis, Danny Patton,
Jerry Hickle, Dean Hinger, John Reiley, Joe Bishop, John King, Bill Alge, Lee Alan Best, Don Steinman,
Marvin Rower, Bill Davis, Rex Bishop.
October 21: MC COMB In this game Arlington again took advantage of miscues by turning two fumbles
into touchdovms. David Davis provided all the scoring punch going over from the 2,3, and 4 yard stripes
for T.D.'S Charles Crates scored the only conversion of the game. Russell Brauneller did an excellent
job of punting and helping the defensive unit to contain McComb in their own territory. With this 20- O
win Arlington clinched a tie for a county- loop crown.
October 27: VAN LUE This game decided whether or not we would have to share the championship
crown. ln tne second quarter Van Lue scored from one yard out. Conversion was good. After the half
Darol Jameson shocked everybody as he returned the kickoff eighty yards for our first T.D. Conver-
sion failed. We had to get another touchdown to win. However, midway in the fourth quarter, the Red
Devils showed they were not to be denied as Jameson went over from the five on a boot-leg play. This
time Davis scored the conversion. We won the game - 14-- 8 as well as the championship.
November 4: HARDIN NORTHERN Darol Jameson did nost of the scoring with a pair of touchdowns on
a six yard drive and a sixty yard sprint. Dennis Feasel scored the other T.D. for Arlington on a one
yard plunge. "Two-point" Charlie Crates scored the conversion for all three touchdowns. Hardin
Northern scored one on a ninety yard end-around play in the second quarter. The conversion failed.
This was the last game. We won 24-6.
Several on our team received outstanding awards. Bob Penrod, Dave Davis, Darol Jameson, and Lanny
Dillon placed on the All-Country frist team. Bob Penrod and Darol Jameson placed on the CLASS A
All State teams.
To Mr. Castor the team desires to express their appreciation for his splendid services to them We
realize now, more than ever before, what a masterful coach he is.
Squad of 1960
Tackle, Lanny Dillon
End, Fred Smith
End, Jim Johnson
Center, Jack Glick
Tackle, Steve Riter
Fullback, David Davis
Guard, Dean Suter
Guard, Bob Penrod
Guard, Frank Jolliff
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unior High Basketball
Dean Davis, Dale Ralph, Marvin Rower, Lee Alan Best, Ronald Russell, John King, William Alge, Don
Steinman, John Reilly, Dean l-linger, Bill Davis, Rex Bishop. .Teff Rettig, Mr, Trostmiller, center,
unior High Cheerleaders
Pam Myers, Sue Long, Nancy Drummelsmith, Julene Hindall.
We Salute the Class of "61"
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Queen Escort, David Davis
Queen Connie and Court Senior Escort, Fred Smith
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Freshman Escort, Bi11A1ge
Sophomore Escort, Jan Kemerley Junior Escort, Gary Iubody
David Decker and Vickie Line
Senior Attendant, Connie Bowers
Sophomore Attendant, Lois Wilson
Mark Wagner and Jenny Hartman
Junior Attendant, Linda Warner
Queen, Conn ie Wilson
Freshman Attendant, Sue Long
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Joyce Kemerley, Cathie Solt, Sharon Reichley, and Connie Bowers.
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Jim Johnson, Jon Treece, Fred Smith, Darrol J ameson, Ronnie Essinger, Gary Inbody, J an Kemerley,
Charles Nicholson, David L, Davis, Charles Crates, CENTER: Jack Glick, Coach, Mr, Trostmiller,
The Arlington Red Devils, coached by Mr. Howard Trostmiller, faced a rebuilding job for the 1960-61
season, Lost by graduation were such point makers as Bill Bishop, Lynn Orwick, and Gene Fast. We
did not have the height that is necessary for a winning combination, The boys steadily improved as the
season progressed and they ended their league record tied with Van Buren for second place,
On December 2 we went to Vanlue, although Don Essinger, made 13 points, the Wildcats beat us by
a score of 49-35, Reserves lost 33-22,
On December 6 we hosted Arcadia, We lost a close contest 38-36, Don Essinger was high with
16 points. Reserves won 35-18,
Mt, Blanchard visited us on December 9 and went home with a win of 58-41. Don Essinger had 15
points. Reserves lost 34-29,
We migrated to McComb on December 10 and chalked up our first win 58-41, Don Essinger was
again high for the Red Devils with 24 points, Reserves won 59-46.
On December 16 we went to Arcadia and fought a hard, close game but lost 55-53. Don Essinger
had 18 points, Reserves won 38-29.
In the Christmas Tournament at Ada on December 29 and 30 we lost the first game to Ada by a 48-34
score, Donnie Essinger had 11 points, In the second game we defeated Lafayette 43-38. Jim Johnson
was high with 13 points,
On January 6 the Wildcats visited us for our second league game. Another close game at home. They
won 44-39. Donnie Essinger again high with 14 points. Reserves lost 48-20,
On January 10 we played Hardin-Northern in a non-league game at home, Lost by a score of 57-49,
Jim Johnson paced the Red Devils, Reserves lost 48-31,
On January 13 we invaded Van Buren and won our first league game, We were ahead all the way by
the score of 55-48, Don Essinger had 21 points, Reserves lost 39-35.
On January 27 we played McComb at home for our second win in league, We led most of the game
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and won 48-33, Donnie Essinger paced the Red Devils with 18 points. Reserves won 48-27.
On January 31 we traveled to Liberty-Benton for a non-league game, It was a close game for the
first two quarters. They completely dominated the third quarter by which proved to much for us to over-
come. The game ended 53 -46, Don Essinger had 21 points. Reserves lost 28-19.
On February 3 we traveled to Cory Rawson. It was a very close game up to the last four seconds
when Don Essinger slipped in two free throws which Cory Rawson couldn't overcome. The game ended
52-50. Don Essinger paced Arlington with 18 points. Reserves lost 35-30.
On February 10 the Red Devils closed out their regular season with a victory over Liberty-Benton
51-42. Don Essinger was high again with 26 points. Reserves won 52-20,
In the first round of theHancock County Tournament, Arlington had little trouble disposing of McComb.
The Red Devils paced by DarolJameson, with 17 points, ended the game with a score of 57-32, This made
us eligible for the second round.
In the semi-finals the Red Devils made the Vanlue Wildcats earn every point. The final score was
43-49 in favor of Vanlue but praise should be given our boys for their spirit and scrap throughout. Donnie
Essinger, with 17 points, and followed by teammate Darol Jameson with 11, David Davis and Fred Smith
were standouts on defense with teammate Jim Johnson rebounding,
The Arlington J r. High had a good season ending with a 7-3 won-lost record. They won the county
tournament by beating the Cory Rawson Jr, High, lt was pretty much a one-sided game, the final score
being Arlington 32g Cory Rawson 19, Bill Alge was high point man with 13 points,
Arlington Hardin Northern Arlington McComb 35
Arlington Arcadia Arlington Cory Rawson 14
A1-lington Pandora Gilboa Arlington Liberty-Benton 41
Arlington Van lue Arlington McComb 26
A1-nngton Van Buren Arlington Liberty - Benton 17
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Senior Band Members
Connie Wilson, Ted Mitchell, Joyce Kemerley, Sally Inbody, Larry Crates, Margaret Hartman,
Mr. Willeke, Cathie Solt, Carol Rettig, Sharon Businger, Diane Brauneller, Barbara Badertscher,
Rosella Horton, Diane Rettig, Majorettes: Sharon Reichley, Connie Bowers.
FIRST ROW: Jeanette Cole, Sharon Businger, Linda Warner, Karen Bishop, Joyce Kemerly, Jane Spayth
Kathy Houdeshell, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Schafer, Janet J oliff, Sue Long, Melanie Myers, Joyce Rossman
Lois Powell, Janet Treece, Beverly Reigle, Cheryl Crates, Margo Mogart, Jean Krout, Jane Gillespie
Nancy Drummelsmith, Trudy Green, Betty Reigle, Jeannie Williams, Miriam Teghtmeir, Maryetta Arring-
ton, Becky Long,
FIRST ROW: Kathy Sink, Jane Gillespie, Jeannie Williams, Janet Jolliff, SECOND ROW: Elaine Smith
David Powell, Charles Nicholson, Mike Beucler, Charles Crates, Mr, Peneton.
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FIRST ROW: Cathy Sink, J ulene Hindall, Stephanie Hendricks, Jeff Rettig, Sharon Businger, Ronnie
Russell, Rosella Horton, Diane Brauneller, Nancy Drummelsmith, Sue Long, Barbara Baderstcher, Connie
Strauss, Sharon Reichley. SECOND ROW: Diane Hartman, Lois Wilson, Judy McClelland, Karen Metzger,
Trudy Green, Steve Smith, Mary Hartman, Margaret Hartman, Joyce Rossman, Sally Inbody, Cheri
Corbin, Linda Bishop, Jane Gillespie, Joyce Kemerly, Dennis Rower, Dale Nicholson, Connie Bowers,
Head Majorette: Connie Bowers
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THIRD ROW: Mr, Willeke, Cheryl Waxler, Becky Mitchell, Paulette Beard, Rex Bishop, David Inbody,
Ted Mitchell, Jeanette Cole, CarolRettig, CathieSolt, Mary Shellenbarger, Diane Steinman, Mary Richards,
Janet J olliff, Janet Treece, Diane Rettig, FOURTH ROW: Jesse Wilch, Jeanne Williams, Linda Warner,
Lois Powell, Lee Alan Best, Larry Crates, Ann Long, Elaine Oates, Gretchen Wilson, Danny Smith, Bill
Davis, Karen Bishop, Pat Wells, Connie Lou Wilson.
Senior Majorettc: Sharon Reichlcy
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FIRST ROW: Jean Krout, Carol Rettig, Betty Marquart, Pat Wells, Cathie Solt, Rosemary Bishop, SECOND
ROW: Stephanie Hendricks, Cheryl Waxler, Connie Bowers, Barbara Badertscher, Cheryl Crates, Nancy
Rower, Jane Spayth, THIRD ROW: Mary Crates, Diane Rettig, Rosella Horton, Maryetta Arrington, Lois
Powell, Trudy Green, Diane Brauneller, Sharon Reichley, Karen Bishop, FOURTH ROW:JoeC1evenger,
Steve Smith, Don Steinman, Dennis Feasel, Lee Alan Best, Charles Crates, Bob Elsea, Gary Hindall.
FIFTH ROW: Jan Rossman, Ronnie Wolford, Darollameson, Larry Crates, ,Tohn King, Jon Treece, Brian
BRASS SEXTET--Karen Bishop. Jeanette Cole,
Gretchen Wilson, Larry Crates, Lois Powell.
FIRST ROW: Margaret Hartman, Jeanette Cole, Linda Warner, Joyce Rossman, Gretchen Wilson, SECOND
ROW: Becky Long, Jeannie Williams, Lois Wilson, Connie Wilson, Elaine Smith, Julene Hindall, Beverly
Reigle, THIRD ROW: Sally Inbody, Ann Long, Dorothy Clinger, Kathy Houdeshell, JanetJolliff, Sharon
Businger, Joyce Kemerley, FOURTH ROW: David Powell, Bob Penrod, David Davis, Charles Nicholson,
Jack Glick, Russell Brauneller, David Reigle, Marvin Rower, Jeff Rettig, Mr, Willeke, FIFTH ROW: Alan
Wolford, Dean Suter, Tom Mercer, Dexter Wilson, Mike Beucler, Fred Smith, Ronnie Russell, Steve
Greiser, Danny Smith,
CLARINET TRIO--Joyce Kemerley, Joyce Rossman, WOODWIND QUINTET--Sally Inbody, Lois Wilson
Margaret Hartman, Larry Crates, Joyce Kemerley, Sue Long.
FIRST ROW: Stephanie Hendricks, CheyelWaxler, Connie Bowers, Connie Wilson, Shirley Miller, Cheryl Crates, Cynthia
Crates, Mary Richardst SECOND ROW: Paulette Beard, Mary Crates, Linda Bishop, Diane Rettig, Rosella Horton, Janet
Jolliff, Trudy Green, Betty Brewster, Nancy Rower. THIRD ROW: Judy Middleton, Maryetta Arrington, Betty Marquart,
Betty Reigle, Sally lnbody, Karen Bishop, Carol Rettig, Janet Treece, Barbara Beard. FOURTH ROW: Gretchen Wilson,
Glenda Baughman, Miriam Teghtmeir,MargoMog,art, Nancy Drummelsmith, Linda Warner, Kathy Sink, Jeanette Cole,
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BACK ROW: Jan Kemerley, Mike Beucler, David ROW: Dexter Wilson, Darol Jameson, Jon Treece,
Powell, Ronnie Wolford, Ronnie Russell, Dennis Feasel,
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FIRST ROW: Linda Foltz, Sue Sheldon, Lois Ann Wilson, Barbara Hartman, Barbara Badertscher, Elaine Smith, Julene
Hindall, Beverly Reigle. SECOND ROW: Dorthy Clinger, Sue Long, Sharon Businger, Joyce Kemerly, Becky Long, Jane
Spayth, Jeannie Williams. THIRD ROW: Jane Bame, Jane Gillespie, Jean Krout, Sharon Riechley, Diane Brauneller
Carolyn Hartman, Lois Powell, Kathy Houcleshell. FOURTH ROW: Rosemary Bishop, Cathie Solt, Melanie Myers, Pat
Wells, Joyce Rossman, Ann Long, Sandra Gossman, Mary Hartman.
FLUTE TRIO--Cheryl Waxler, Lois Wilson, Trudy
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FIRST ROW: Mr, Willeke, Rex Bishop, Bill Davis, Joe Clevenger, Danny Smith, SECOND ROW: Don
Steinman, John Middleton, Lee Alan Best, I oe Bishop, Charles Nicholson, David Davis, THIRD ROW: Bob
Penrod, Bill Alge, Jim Steinman, Bob Elsea, JanRossman, Steve Greiser, Ronnie Wolford, Darol Jameson,
FOURTH ROW: Larry Crates, Fred Smith, John King, Frank Jolliff, Jon Treece, Alan Wolford, Brian
"Musical Memos "
Sixty-three members reported to summer-band practice Tuesday, June 19, to begin another season
of rehearsals and entertaining the public.
The homecoming parades were highlighted by the Arlington High School Band at McComb, Rawson,
Mt, Blanchard, Forest, Vanlue, Dunkirk, and Arlington, Marching at the county fair concluded the season,
Throughout the summer and into the fall, at football games, the crowds applauded as the snappy band came
into view, doing high stepping, precision marching,
On October 22, we marched in the Findlay College Homecoming Parade and received a trophy for
first prize, There was much pep and enthusiasm as we helped to support our champion team, The marching
band climaxed its season by attending the Ohio State vs, Indiana football game, Both the practice session
at St, Johns Arena and the half-time show were very inspiring to all of us,
Then the mixed, boys, and girls choruses were organized. Our first project was the annual Christmas
program, We initiated a new type of program this year, The combined choruses performed during the
first portion of the program and rendered a variety of selections, For the second portion, the mixed
chorus presented an outstanding cantata,
FIRST ROW: Marvin Rower, Richard Smith, Ted Mitchell, Wayne Wilch, JeffRettig, SECOND ROW:
Charles Crates, ,T ack Glick, David Powell, David Reigle, Mike Bishop, Steve Smith, THIRD ROW: Steve
Riter, Gary Hindall, Ronnie Russell, Bob Marquart, Alan MacMillan, Russell Brauneller, Dennis Feasel,
FOURTH ROW: .Tim Johnson, Lanny Dillon, Dean Suter, Bill Bame, Tom Mercer, Mike Buecler, Dexter
After the vacation the music department made themselves very busy during the year preparing
for the mid-winter band concert and the contests. Several members were selected to participate at the
County Music Festival, January 21, at Vanlue.
Eleven students were chosen to take part in the District Music Festival February 4. Many of our
musicians held responsible positions and added to these festivals immensely, The music department
presented the annual "Spring Musicale" with all the large groups and many ensembles performing,
It was an outstanding success,
Many thanks, Mr. Willeke, for the fine instruction and patience during the past year, It is certainly
appreciated by everyone,
FIRST ROW: Cheri Corbin, Dennis Rower, Judy McClelland, Dale Nicholson, Martha Powell, Mary Crates,
Nancy Drummelsmith, Ruth Ann Mengert, Cheryl Essinger, Steve Rinehart, Karen Metzger, SECOND ROW:
Susie Coldren, Steve Willeke, Debbie Pepple, Chris Eibling, Jesse Wilch, THIRD ROW: Nancy Fox, Betty
Wells, Diane Bishop, Joyce Wilson, Linda Robinson, Rita Smith, Diane Steinman, Donald Plotts, Ronald
Griffith, Mary Shellenbarger, Charles Smith, Betsy Beagle, Rosemary Feller, Ronnie Kemerley. FOURTH
ROW: Becky LaRoche, Christine Reilly, Joe Traucht, Marvin Bame, Cynthia Reamsnyder, Sally Salisbury,
Sharon Nicholson, Martin Greiser, Jim Hindall, Dennia Clevenger, Marcia Businger, Linda Brauneller,
Ralph Green, Elaine Oates, Roger Russell, Karen Hartman, Sandy Traucht, Robert Green, Danny Hart-
man, Donnie Kemerley, Earl Launders, Gary McMillan, Max Hosafros, Nancy Treece, Terry Suter, Miss
Jenkins, Mr. Willeke, Mrs, Tolford,
FIRST ROW: Brena Clevenger, Douglas Smith, Dennis Tidd, Pamela Burson, Gloria Houdeshell, Debrah
Fox, Debrah Rinehart, SECOND ROW: Teresa Businger, Greg Ghaster, Junior Weihrauch, Dennis Eibling,
Michael Solt, Jack Pearson, Douglas Rossman, Mr, Willeke,
Senior Girls' Ensemble
Connie Wilson, Joyce Kemerley, Diane Brauneller, Sally Inbody, Cathie Solt, Carol Rettig, Rosella Horton,
Diane Rettig, Connie Bowers.
unior Girls' Ensemble
Nancy Rower, Maryetta Arrington, Karen Bishop, Linda Warner, Jeanette Cole, Joyce Rossrnan, Kathy
Housdeshell, Lois Powell, Beverly Reigle,
Sophomore Girls' Ensemble
Cheryl Waxler, Elaine Smith, Lois Ann Wilson, Jeannie Williams, Jane Gillespie, Barbara Beard, Janet
J olliff, Ann Long, Gretchen Wilson,
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FIRST ROW: Stephanie Hendricks, Becky Mitchell, Paulette Beard, Judy Middleton, Jeannie Williams,
J ulene Hindall. SECOND ROW: Mrs. LaRoche, MaryCrates, Sue Long, Linda Bishop, Nancy Drummelsmith,
Dorthy Clinger, Miriam Teghtmeier, Trudy Green, Ann Long, Barbara Beard, Janet J olliff. THIRD ROW:
Bill Davis, Steve Smith, Lee Alan Best, Charles Crates, Bill Alge, John King, Charles Nicholson, Ronnie
Russell, David Powell, Marvin Rower, Rex Bishop,
Five years ago a Roman banquet was held at Arlington High. The students who were then taking Latin
invited as their guests, students who had taken two years of Latin, The banquet was held in the original
tradition, The guests wore togas and sandals as did the Romans in ancient times. Every year since then,
a Roman banquet has been held. Every year the Juniors and Seniors who have taken two years of Latin
look forward to this banquet in the spring. This year's was held April 21, 1961,
During the five years since the Latin Club was organized its members have done well academically
in the state, Every year, one or two of the Latin students rank high in the Scholarship tests. Former
members who ranked high are: Carolyn Boehm, Judy Grieser, Ann Jameson, Larry Crates, Lois and
David Powell and Barbara Badertscher, Good luck this year.
All of this work is done under the capable guidance of Mrs, LaRoche. She has helped us beyond the
classroom in many ways. With all of our gratitude we thank you, Mrs, LaRoche.
The present Latin Club consists of 27 members. The officers are: President, Charles Nicholson,
Vice-President, Ann Longg Secretary, Janet J olliffg Treasurer, Charles Cratesg and Reporter, Marvin
Congratulations to the class of "61"
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FIRST ROW: Diane Rettig, Carol Rettig, Cathie Solt, Rosemary Bishop, Sally lnbody, Sharon Reichley,
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Beach, Connie Bowers, Joyce Kemerley, Joyce Rossman, Maryetta Arrington, Kathy
Houdeshell, Beverley Reigle, THIRD ROW: Barbara Badertscher, Larry Crates, Alan Wolford, ,T ack Glick,
Jon Treece, Ronnie Essinger, Lois Powell.
. . ,Activities
The purpose of the Girl's Athletic Association is to help its members practice and enjoy
sports and sportsmanship,
We can truly say that the past year has been a most enjoyable one. Under the guidance of
Mrs, Schafer, we have participated in such sports as golf, archery. badminton, SCQQP ball, shuffle
board, table and court tennis, and soccer,
We also must not forget the outstanding program of inter-school volleyball and basketball.
This was added last year and has proved to be very popular,
The official business of our organization was in very good hands this year, The following
officers were elected in September: Karen Bishop, President: Linda Warner, Vice-President:
Lois Wilson, Secretary: Barbara Beard, Treasurer: and Sally lnbody, Reporter,
The GAA once again sponsored the football homecoming and dance, Highlighting the evening
was the crowning of Queen Connie Wilson, Her attendants were: Connie Bowers, Linda Warner,
Lois Wilson and Sue Long,
In the spring Cindy Bash, defending champion, will defend her title in the Table Tennis
After the tournament, our annual spring dance will be held. This event is always popular and
ends the year with the right touch,
G. A. .
M. H. CRATES
"With over 40 years experience"
Last Will and Testament
Barbara Badertscher, will my dieting ability to Nancy Rower.
Rosemary Bishop, will my ability to get out of Mrs. Welty's study hall to next years assistant
Connie Bowers will my lab abilities and schemes to get a grade out of Mr. Rost to Roger
Diane Brauneller, will my long hair to Trosie.
Sharon Businger, will my route to Vanlue to Jane Gillespie.
Larry Crates, will my musical ability to Melanie Meyers.
Dave Davis, will my coon dog to Dexter Wilson.
Dennis Day, will my dingy red Ford to the Arlington Park.
Lanny Dillon, will my holes in the ceiling to anyone who can shoot them.
Linda Foltz, will my eyebrow pencil to Elaine Smith.
Jack Glick, will my math books to Jon Treece and Gary Hindall.
Jerry Grohoske, will- ----- leave.
Bill Grostick, will my tight levis to Dennis Gerschutz.
Margaret Hartman, will my cherry baking skill to Bob Elsea.
Rosella Horton, will my winter driving ability to Mrs. Knight.
Sally lnbody, will my eyes, while laughing, to my Chinese ancestors.
Jim Johnson, will my fast black Impala to Darol Jameson.
Frank Jolliff, will my ability to chase birds in Mrs. Welty's study hall to Steve Smith.
Joyce Kemerley, will my conversational ability to Cathy Sink.
Becky Long, will my ability to work out everyones problems except mine to Ann Long.
Ted Mitchell, will my ability to make reports in agriculture to Russ Brauneller.
Bob Penrod, will my football socks to Elaine Smith.
Sharon Reichley, will my "Here's My Heart" cream sachet to Margo Mogart, for her nose.
Carol Rettig, will my ability to play the wrong keys in band to Jeanette Cole.
Diane Rettig, will my nerve to take off my glasses in democracy to anyone who feels over-
Betty Reigle, will my senior home economics class to Jean Krout.
Steve Riter, will my ability to not be moved in Trosie's study hall to Charlie Crates.
Richard Smith, will my ability to be worth 1,000 points in a pest hunt to Gary lnbody.
Fred Smith, will my slow eating ability to Danny Smith.
Louvella Smithers, will my height to Mary Lou Patton. X ,
Cathie Solt, will my unsuccessful attempts to skip school to Janet Jolliff in hopeshmit she
will have more luck than I did.
Dean Suter, will my safe driving ability to the Essinger boys.
Joe Wagner, will my ability to get out of standing up in first period study hall to Tom Mercer.
Connie Wilson, will my ability to be called teachers pet in Business English to Dexter Wilson.
Paul Dean Wells, will my results of education to anyone who can hold a thimble.
Alan Wolford, will my excess height to Joe Clevenger, if he thinks he can reach it.
Gene Woods, will my deer hunting ability to John Middleton.
Mike Bishop, will my gangreen Bonneville to Lakey's speed shop.
Future Farmers of America
FIRST ROW: David Davis, Ronnie Essinger, Darol Jameson, Russell Brauneller, Donnie Essinger, Dexter
Wilson, SECOND ROW: Ed Steinman, Ted Mitchel, ,T oe Clevenger, Richard Smith,,Tohn Middleton, Ed
Reigle, David Gerschutz, Bill Bame, Bob Marquart, Steve Metzger, I im Steinman, Gene Woods, Mr,
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The F.F,A, is composed of 40 members, 8 seniors, 11 juniors, Ssophomores, and 12
freshman, The members presented 66 production projects and 42 improvement projects.
The officers for the year 1960-61 are the following: President, Daro1.Tameson:Vice-
President, Gary lnbodyg Secretary, Russell Braunellerg Treasurer, Ronnie Essingerg Reporter,
Connie Essingerg Sentinel, Dexter Wilson and Advisor, Mr, Mengert.
Some of the years activities included the pest hunt, the Parent-Son Banquet, Parliamentary
Procedure Contest in which they won a silver medal, corn test plot, seed corn and garden seed
sale, and county and state judging contest, They placed first in the county dairy judging.
One of the major recreational trips of interest was a trip to Cleveland to see a professional
football game, also the chapter took a trip through the Ohio Farmer Fertilizer Company at
Fostoria, Ohio and the Lime plant at Carey, Ohio.
Future Homemakers of America
FIRST ROW: Margaret Hartman, Connie Wilson, Becky Long, Jean Krout, Gretchen Wilson, Linda Warner,
Karen Bishop, Sharon Businger, SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Nesler, Linda Foltz, Diane Brauneller, Sharon
Reichley, Carolyn Hartman, Cynthia Crates, Diane Hartman, Shirley Miller, Mary Lee Richards, Beverly
Reigle, Mrs. Welty, THIRD ROW: Cheryl Waxler, Sandra Gossman, Betty Marquart, Betty Brewster, Jane
Bame, Jane Spaeth, Cathy Sink, Pat Wells, Janet Treece, Kathy Houdeshell, Cheryl Crates.
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The Arlington Chapter, Future Homemakers of America organized in October for the year
of 1960 and 1961, elected the following officers: President, Gretchen Wilsong Vice-President,
Jean Kroutg Secretary, Linda Warnerg Treasurer, Karen Bishopg and Advisor, Mrs. Welty,
The club had many activities during the year, The first one was the exhibit at the Hancock
County Fair in September. All the girls in Home Economics of the past year brought either the
garments that they made or baked goods, In November the Freshmen were initiated, Our Annual
Bake Sale was held November 18, The F,H,A, cake raffles were held December 6. The F,H,A,
and F,F,A, joined together and held a successful dance January 20, The F,H,A, served at the
annual Hancock County Teachers Meeting, January 27th at Arlington, The F,H,A, Parent and
Daughter Banquet was held on March 17.
All in all it was a very enjoyable year, and educational for all the girls,
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Our New Industrial Arts Lab
Top Left. Scene in drafting and recitation
Top Right. One of our work tables.
Right. Lathe operation.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS this year has been an
orientation for the high school students,
covering such areas as woodworking, draw-
ing, metalworking, electricity, and ceramics.
It is hoped that each student found indus-
trial arts interesting and useful this past
year, and able to establish a hobby from
his experiences in the laboratory, It is
also hoped that the experience gained in
group planning, organizing, and group project work helped in the social growth of each student. Because
this is an industrial age in which we are living, the student should have gained a better understanding
of industrial methods and a better appreciation for our American way of life, During the students study
of industrial processes, it is hoped that a better understanding of manufactured products was gained and
that the student will exercise better consumer judgment when making purchases, It is also hoped that
some interest and thought has been made by the student toward preparation of an occupation,
Since this year was the first for Industrial Arts, a great deal of effort has gone into the department by
both students and teacher in the construction of tool cabinets, tool holders, and general laboratory ar-
rangement of equipment, Many thanks to all of the students that helped make Industrial Arts a success
"Papa Says No"
JUNIOR PLAY CAST--FIRST ROW: Connie Wilson, Carol Rettig, Cathie Solt, Rosemary Bishop, Diane
Rettig, Barbara Badertscher, Connie Bowers, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Beach, Joe Wagner, David Davis,
Lanny Dillon, Alan Wolford, Larry Crates, Steve Riter, Jack Glick, Joyce Kemerley, Linda Foltz,
"Off The Track"
SENIOR PLAY CAST--FIRST ROW: Connie Wilson, Sharon Businger, Cathie Solt, Rosemary Bishop,
Diane Rettig, Linda Foltz, Barbara Badertscher, Connie Bowers, SECOND ROW: Rosella Horton, Sharon
Reichley, Sally Inbody, Diane Brauneller, Joyce Kemerley, Margaret Hartman, Carol Rettig, Mr, Rost,
THIRD ROW: Bob Penrod, David Davis, Alan Wolford, Larry Crates, Steve Riter,Jack Glick, Lanny
Seniors Together Twelve Years
FIRST ROW: Sally Inbody, Carol Rettig, Becky Long, Rosemary Bishop, Diane Brauneller, Margaret
Hartman, Rosella Horton, Diane Rettig, Linda Foltz. SECOND ROW: Connie Bowers, Connie Wilson,
Sharon Reichley, Cathie Solt, Betty Reigle, Sharon Businger, Gene Woods, Paul Wells, Jerry Grohoske,
Mike Bishop, Richard Smith. THIRD ROW: Ted Mitchell, Joe Wagner, David Davis, Fred Smith, Jim
Johnson, Alan Wolford, Frank Iolliff, Larry Crates, Steve Riter, Jack Glick.
'7 Senior Pictures - "Say cheese! "
20 Football practice begins - "Work hard boys. "
8 School opens - "Here we go."
9 Senior High Cheerleading tryouts - "Everybody ready?"
12 Junior class rings arrive - "Let me see! "
13 Election of Homecoming Queen and Attendants - "Congratulations, Connie. "
23 Homecoming dance after Van Buren game - "Our Victory. "
24 Football team sees O.S. U. Game.
27 Seniors sold ads - "Tried to."
13 Pictures taken for annual - "Please smile."
25 Sophomore Achievement Day.
Night school - "Time for parents to come."
28 No school - "Teachers are catching up with seniors! "
29 Band at Findlay College Homecoming parade - "Won trophy. "
31 Senior pictures arrived - "May I have one?"
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5 Band at O,S.U.
6 F.F.A. Boys see Cleveland football game
9 Honor Society Meeting at Van Buren
11 Band banquet at Johnny Appleseed Restaurant - "Pass the rolls
14 College night at Arcadia - "Shall we study more?"
16 F.H.A. Bi-County meeting at Arcadia
17 Senior class play - OFF THE TRACK
18 Play repeat - "Again a terrific success."
2 Junior High Cheerleading tryouts - "Congratulation, girls."
5 Band Mothers Christmas Party
14 Grade and Junior High Christmas program
21 No school - "Broken Hearted"
23 High School Christmas program - "There's a song in the air."
Vacation begins - "Time to relax! "
1 Happy New Year - "Remember your resolution. "
3 School opens again - "Everybody make it back."
18 Rest of pictures taken for the annual
20 Senior Scholarship Tests at Van Buren - "Brains went. "
F.H.A. and F.F.A. dance - "1-2-3-hop. "
21 County Music Festival at Vanlue
23 Individual Pictures
27 No School - Teacher 's Meeting at Arlington
4 District Music Festival at Bluffton
8 Honor Society Meeting at Vanlue
17 County Tournaments - Good Luck Boys."
19 Arlington Band Concert - "The Best Ever! "
1 F.H.A. Bi-County Meeting
4 District Ensemble and Solo Contest at Lima
11 District Band and Chorus Contest at Bluffton
15 Career Day at Cory Rawson
17 F.H.A. Banquet - "No gravy on us, Please!"
24 F.F.A. Banquet
6 Junior Class Play
7 Play Repeat
Eighth grade tests
15 State Ensemble and Solo Contest - "Good Luck."
19 Honor Society Banquet at Liberty Benton
29 State Band and Chorus Contest at Springfield - "IF! "
19 Junior-Senior Banquet - "For the Best Ever - Seniors '61."
24 Seniors last day of school - "Good-bye, everybody. "
26 Last day - "School's Out."
28 Baccalaureate and Commencement - "We finally made it."
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