Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1963
Page 1 of 88
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1963 volume:
What mean you by this weeping
To break my very heart!
We all are in Christ's keeping,
And, therefore, cannot part.
You there, I here, though parted
We still at heart are one,
I only just in sunshine,
The shadow scarcely gone.
What through the clouds surround you,
You can the brightness see,
'Tis only a little way
That leads from you to me.
I was so very weary,
Surely you would not mourn,
That I a little sooner
Should lay my burden down.
Then weep not, weep not, Classmates,
God wipes away all tearsg
'Tis only a little way
Though you may call it years.
MR. C. F. ROST
We, the Senior Class of "63", dedicate this
year's Excelsior to Mr. C, F. Rost, whose many
years of faithful service in the teaching profession
at Arlington High School are greatly appreciated.
We are indeed grateful for the help and assistance
you gave to us while producing the "63" Excelsior.
We wish to express our deepest respect and grati-
tude to you, at this, the end of your successful
"The Class of'63"
DR. E. R. BURSON
Pres. Bd. of Educ.
Bd. of Educ.
E. J. JOSEPH ROSANNA DUNN
Co, Supr, 0fSCh001g Elem. Coordinator
EVERETT KEMERLEY JOHN REINKING
Vice Pres. Bd. of Educ.. Bd. of Educ.
Gene Line I-I. H, WARNER
Bd. ofEduc. Clk. Bd. of Educ.
A Fully Accredited Institution
C, F. ROST
Defiance High School
Defiance College. A.B.
DEAN OF BOYS
Findlay College, A.B.
Kent State University, B.S.
University of Michigan
Ohio State University, M.A.
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L, E. BIBLER
Bowling Green State University
Ohio State University, B.S. , M.A
MR. DEAN BADERTSCHER
Bluffton H. S.
Ohio Northern College
North Baltimore H. S,
MRS, CLAPHAN MR. WILLIAM EVERHART
Hardin-Northern H. S. Upper Sandusky H. S.
Findlay College Heidelberg College, B. M.
Centerville H. S.
Miami-Jacobs Bus. College
Wilmington College, A.B.
MRS. LEO MUSGRAVE
Bowling Green S. U.
MRS. LA ROCHE
Ada H. S.
Ohio Northern University, A. B
MR. FRED MENGERT MRS. VERA MUSGRAVE
Lucas High School Arlington High School
Ohio State University Findlay College
Vocational Agriculture Librarian, English
MR. HOWARD TROSTMILLER MR. STANLEY TRUPO
Erie High School, Pennsylvania E1Y1'i-3 High School
Findlay College Bowling Green State University
Basketball Coach Football Coach
MR. GLOVER WEBB MRS. RUTH WELTY
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Bowling Green State Un1vers1tY B0W11f1g Green State UHIVCISIIY
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Science, Math Fiigiayfrghigeet Biology, Home Economics
MRS. KATHERINE WOODMENCY--Arlington High
Schoolg Bowling Green State Universityg Sixth Grade.
MRS ROBERT WILLEKE Ada I-hgh School Oh10
Northern Umversrty Flfth Grade
MRS CHARLES LOADER Carey Hrgh School
Bowlrng Green State Umversrty Oh1o Northern
Unrversrty Fourth Grade
MISS BETTY FOLTZ--Findlay High Schoolg
Bowling Green State Universityg Sixth Grade.
MISS KAREN WEITZ F1ndlayH1gh School Oh1o
MRS BOYD HUTSON Cygnet Hrgh School Bowl
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MRS HOWARD HUFFMAN Contlnen
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Un1vers1ty Second Grade
MRS CLETIS WINSTEAD Bloomdale
Hlgh School Bowlrng Green State
Un1vers1ty Frndlay College Krncler
MRS JANE NYMAN Fmdlay I-hgh
School Ohro Un1vers1ty Th1rd Grade
MRS H H WARNER Enow Hlgh
School Wrttenburg College Second
MRS PEGGY ANN MYERS L61pS1C MRS WARREN PRATT Arlrngton
H1gh School Bowlrng Green State Oh1o Bowhng Green State Un1vers1ty
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STANDING, Left to Right: Barbara Beard, Treasurerg Ann Long, Rep.: Janet Jolliff, Sec-
retary. SEATED: Jim Steinman, President:David Powell, Vice-President.
Editor Dave, Assistant Editor Cathy, Business Manager Ann, Assistant Manager Jane, Sales
Assistant Sales Manager Judy, Typist Melanie, Typist Janet, Typistfleanne, Vocational Agricul-
ture Editor Jim .
Typist Gretchen, Snapshots Cheryl, Stamper Charles C. , Basketball Charles N. , Football Bob.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All County
Football 4, Class Play 4, Class
Officer 2, 3, 4g F, F,A. l,2,3,4g
F, F. A, Officer 3, 4, Parliamen-
tary Procedure 2, 3,45 Nat'l
Dairy Judging Team 33 Honor
Society 45 Boy's Chorus l,2,3.
Class Officer 3,45 Annual Staff
4, G,A,A,l,2,3,4g G.A,A,of-
ficer 2g Scholarship Team 1,2,
3g Latin Club 1,25 Girl's Ensemble
1,2,3,4gGir1's Chorus 1,2,3g
Honor Society 4.
Football 1,2,3,4g Nat'l Honor
Society 3,4g Track 3,4g Boy's
Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,4g Senior Class Play 4,
Latin Club l, 2g Band 1,2,3,4g
Boys' Ensemble l,2g Honor
JAMES STEINMAN DAVE POWELL
"A leader of men, a "There is no great genius
follower of wom en. " without some touch of
Honor Guard 3g Cheer-
leader 3,43 Class Of-
ficer 3,4g All County
Music Festival 3,45 Class
Play 3,43 G,A,A.Officer
3, 4, Girls' Ensemble l,
2, 3, 4, Latin Club of-
ficer 1,2g Chorus l,2,
3,4g Band l,2,3,4.
"Romance used to be
in strife, now its just
a part of life. "
Honor Society 45 Class
Officer 1,2,3,4g Annual
Staff4g Cheerleader 1,
Queen 4, Homecom-
ing Attendant 1gBand
2, 8, 45 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4g Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3.
BARBARA BEARD ANN LONG
"I make the most of "Personality plus as
all that comes, and the saying goes, from
the least of all that the top of her head to
goes, " the tip of her toes. "
Football 1, 2, Track 33
Boys'Chorus 1,2g F.F.A.
"If school is liberty
give me death. "
"It 's better to learn
late than never. "
All County Music 3,45
Girls' Chorus l,2,3g
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4,
Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3,
45 Band l,2,3,4g Clari-
net Quartet lg Latin
Club lg Cheerleader 4g
Class Play 4, G.A.A.
"Her spirts are like a
"Can we ever have too
much of a good thing?
Football 1,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus l,2,3,4g Boys '
Ensemble 1,2,3g Class
Officer 1,2,3g Class
Play 3,4g Track 2g Latin
Club 1.2, Annual Staff'4.
"Why tell me your
geyser--always bub- troubles, I have enough
bling over . "
of them myself. "
Football l,2,3,4g Class Play 3,4g
Band l,2 ,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1,
2,3,4g Boys' Chorus 1,2,3g Class
Officer 23 Mixed Ensemble 3,
4, Boys' Ensemble 2, All-
County Chorus 3,4g Honor
G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4gG.A.A. Show
lg Style Show 1,2,4g F. H. A.
1,2g Girls' Chorus 1,2, 3, An-
nual Staff 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3,43 Track 3, Band 1,2g
Mixed Chorus 1,2,4g Latin
Club 1, Boys' Chorus 1,2, 3,
Ensemble 1, Annual Staff 4.
Football lg Track 3g Band 1,2g
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Latin Club
lg Boys' Chorus 1,2,3g Annual
"A man must have his
Football 1,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 2 g Basketball
Manager 3, Track 3,45
Boys ' Chorus 1,2,3,4g
F.F.A, 2,3,4g Parma
mentary Procedure 1,
2,3,4g Class Play 3, An-
nual Staff 4, Honor
F,H.A, 1,25 Style Show
1,2g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g
G.A.A. Show 1, Annual
BOB MARQ UART
"Just call me Doc--
I can operate any-
Football 1, 4g Basket-
ball 1,23 Track 3, 4g
mentary Procedure 2, 4,
Mixed Chorus 1,2 ,3g
Boys ' Chorus 1,2,3g
Mixed Ensemble 3,
Boys' Ensemble 2, 3,
Annual Staff 4.
BETTY MARQ UART
"Why should I talk,
others do enough of
ALAN MCMILLEN STEVE METZGER
"Of all the classrooms "I IIILISI COHf6SS the
east and west, I love women like me. "
the classroom ofnature
Girls' Chorus 2, 35
G. A. A. 1,2, 3, 4-gAl1-
nual Staff 4.
MELANIE MEYERS JUDY MIDDLETON
"They can 't say am- "Good natured and sen-
bition ruined me. " sible is this girl, in
"Worry kills me, why
Honor Guard 35 Nat 'l
Honor Society 3,45
Honor Society Officer
45 Annual Staff45 Play
Cast 3,45 Majorette2,
3, 4, F.H.A. 1,25
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Style
our midst she is apearl.
Football 1,2,3,45 Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,45 Track
3,45 Latin Club 1,25
Latin Club Officer 1,25
Mixed Chorus 1,25 Boys'
Chorus 1,2,35 Class Of-
ficer 15 Class Play 35
CATHY SINK JANE SPAETH
"Of all the animals, "I live to eat,not eat
boys are the most un- 5 to live. "
manageable . "
National Honor Society 3,45
Honor Society Officer 45 Latin
Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 35
G. A. A. 1,2, 3, 45 AnnualStaff4
Girls ' Chorus 1, 2, 3g Mixed
Chorus 25 F. H. A. 25 F. H. A,
Style Show 25 G. A. A. 1,2, 3,
4g Girls' Basketball Team 25
Girls' Volleyball Team 25
G. A, A. Show 15 Play Cast 3,45
Annual Staff 4.
Majorette 3,4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1,2, 3,
G. A. A. 1,2, 3, Annual Staff,
Class Play 4, Girls Ensemble
1,2, 3,4, Latin Club 1.
National Honor Society 3,4,
Honor Society Officer 4, Schol-
arship Team 1,2, 3,4,Band and
Chorus 1,2, 3,4, Brass Sextet 2,
3, 4, Girls Ensemble 1,2, 3, 4,
County Music Festival 1,2,3,4,
Class Play 3,4, Latin Club 1,2,
Mixed Ensemble 3,4.
Cheerleader 1,3,4, Homecoming
Attendant 2, Class Officer 1,
Latin Club Officer 1, Class
Play 3, 4, County Music Festival
1, 2, 3, 4, District Music Festival
3, Ensembles 1,2, 3,4, Band and
Chorus 1,2, 3,-4.
"A little girl with a Big heart. "
"Of all the wonders, men are
the most wonderful. "
Band 1,2, Girls Chorus
1,2,3, Mixed Chorus2,
3,4, Girls Ensemble 1,
2,3,4, Mixed Ensemble
3, F.H.A. 1,2, G.A.A.
1,2,3, Style Show 1,2,
4, AnnualStaff, County
Music Festival 3, 4.
F.F.A. Queen 3,At-
tendant 3,4, Ohio
F.F.A. Queen 's Court,
Style Show 1,2, Band
1,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,2,
3.4, Class Play 3,4,
G.A.A. Officer 3,
F. H, A, Officer 2,
F. H. A. Bi-County
Football 1,2,3,4, All
County 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3, Track2,3,4, Boys'
Chorus 1,2 ,3, Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3, Ensemble
2, Mixed Ensemble 3,
County Music Festival
1, 2, Annual Staff.
"It 's not what comes in boxes WHY 161 6dllCaf1OH lmeffefe
that counts, it 's what comes
in Crates. "
Seniors Together Twelve Years
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Lois Ann Wilson, Ron Wolford, Alan McMillen, Jan Kemerley, Bill
Bame, Bob Marquart, Jim Steinman, Mike Beucler, Charles Crates, Jeanne Williams. BOTTOM
ROW: Elaine Smith, Barbara Beard, Jane Gillespie, Carolyn Hartman, Cathy Sink, Ann Long,
Gretchen Wilson, Janet Jolliff.
Senior Band Members
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Cathy Sink, Gretchen Wilson, Ann Long, Mike Beucler, Janet Jolliff,
Jane Gillespie, Lois Ann Wilson, Elaine Smith. ABSENT: Jeanne Williams.
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unior Class Play Cast
SEATED, Left to Right: Janet Jolliff, Lois Ann Wilson, Gretchen Wilson, and Jeanne Williams.
STANDING: Cathy 'Sink, Mike Beucler, Bob Marquart, Charles Nicholson, Charles Crates,
Senior Class Play Cast
SEATED, Left to Right: Lois Ann Wilson, Janet Jolliff, Jane Gillespie, and Gretchen Wilson.
STANDING: Elaine Smith, Cathy Sink, Jim Steinman, Mike Beucler, Charles Crates, Jane
Spaeth, Jeanne Williams. '
Lois Ann Wilson
Ask me if I care!
I don 't care!
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North of town
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Doctor Abrlrty QMDy
Abrlrty to pass
Her good looks
To be ambrtlous
To frnd HIM
To get marrled
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Carry out boy
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The Dean s
Check out grrl
Runnmg Snyder s
Assocrate wrth boys
Takrng Marrlyn home
I A Teacher
Treece s mother
Gettrng up early
Castor s teasrng
Senlor boy s teasrng
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
Drdn t lrve by the
Had to curl her own
Couldn t Twrst
Entered a debate
Came to school every
Couldn t pass Hrstory
Hadn t met Joe
Had a curfew
Werghed less than
Drdn t have a car
Had to wear her
Hadn t worked at
BILL BAME w1ll the neck tres on my rear vrew mlrror to B111 Alge
BARBARA BEARD w1ll my Treasure s Book to Paulette Beard
MIKE BEUCLER w1ll my abrlrty to go huntrng Qfemalesj to Ron Prrce
CHARLES CRATES w1ll my hearty chuckle to Marrlyn Kemerley
JANE GILLESPIE w1ll my abrlrty to get along w1th Sherry Fahl to Crndy Fahl
CAROLYN HARTMAN wrll my abrlrty to run a cautron lrght rn front of a state patrolman to anyone who
has enough nerve
JANET JOLLIFF w1ll my abrlrty to express my arrstocratrc oprnrons to Sue Long and Nancy Drummelsmrth
JAN KEMERLEY w1ll my abrlrty to sleep rn chemrstry class to LOl'1I11e Pepple
ANN LONG w1ll my abrlrty to have drsorderly functrons to anyone who Nose what they are
BETTY MARQUART w1ll my qurtness to Dorthy Clrnger
BOB MARQUART w1ll my doctor s degree to anyone smart enough to have rt
ALAN MCMILLEN w1ll my good looks to Fred Mengert
STEVE METZGER wrll my abrlrty to ask grrls for a date to John Rerlly
MELANIE MEYERS w11l my ab1l1ty to mrss school and get away wrth II to Marcra VanDenEnde and Sherry
JUDY MIDDLETON w1ll my nrck name Mouse to my srster Martha
CHARLES NICHOLSON w1ll my abrlrty to wrrte neatly to B1ll Davrs
CATHY SINK w1ll my rnterest rn Hardrn Northern boys to Dlane Hartman
JANE SPAETH w1ll my abrlrty to garn werght to Jane Bame
ELAINE SMITH w1ll my abrlrty to become a teacher s pet to anyone who lrkes teachers
JIM STEINMAN w1ll my abrlrty to play football to John Rerlly he needs rt
CHERYL WAXLER w1ll my herght to Mary Ellen Hartman
JEANNE WILLIAMS w1ll my ab1l1ty to talk rn Physrcs that was wrlled to my by Lors Powell to Wayne
GRETCHEN WILSON w1ll my grfted abrlrty to Keep Amerrca Smrlrng to Mary Rower
LOIS ANN WILSON w1ll my abrlrty to be a lab partner wrth B111 Alge to Nancy Drummelsmrth
RON WOLFORD w1ll my ab1l1ty to b1rd dog to anyone who has the nose for rt
Class HISIOIY cont dl
In our Junror year we were advrsed by Mr Mengert and Mr Mapes We lost and garned no one
As the struggle for our graduatrng drploma comes to an end we are helped through our last year by Mr
Rost and M.rs Musgrave We lost and garned no one thrs year leavrng 26 of us We hope to walk down the
arsle soon recerve our drplomas and go out rnto the world We w1ll be ready too thanks to the wonderful
teachers whose knowledge helped us through our struggle to graduate To each and every one of these wonder
ful people we would lrke to express our apprecratron and thanks
MARATHON MIRATNOH on COMPANY
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125 Ocean Drive
May 24, 1973
I thought I would write to tell you of an interesting experience I had. You remember Ron Wolford, don't
you? Well, Ron is considered the Casanova of Hollywood, as you probably already have read. Ron was on lo-
cation in Hawaii and flew down to my home for a visit. As Ron and I sat on the terrace overlooking the Pacific
Ocean, we started reminiscing about our classmates. Of course, the first name that came to our minds was our
class President of "63" Jim Steinman. Jim is a Mess Sergeant in the United States Marines and is still seeing our
class treasurer Barbara Beard. Barb is now treasurer of the Q. P. Accociation in California. I hear it is really
Barb reminded us of Ann Long and I know that Ann was still living in her little house trailer on the Ohio
Northern University campus. Ron said that Steve Metzger and Alan McMillen were having a blast spending the
money they're made on their special product "Aleve's Secret Blend." Melanie Meyers is operating a beauty shop
shop of her own, known as Mel's House of Beauty. One of her assistants is Betty Marquart. Cathy Sink and
Cheryl Waxler are operating an exquisite Dress Shop in Paris, France. We're sure they have looked up all the
eligible French men. We didn't know what David Powell was doing so we called up Jane Spaeth at her Nevada
ranch. Jane told us that Dave was roaming around the pyramids of Egypt trying to decipher the hieroglyphic
The evening newspaper related to us that Jeanne Williams, the noted Mathematician, was giving a lec-
ture at Lincoln Hall on the university campus. Ron and I decided to attend. Proffessor William "Mutt" Bame
Cisn't that shockingj introduced Jeanne. As we were leaving the lecture, we recognized a familiar voice none
other than Mike Beucler, who is sports editor qHa! Halj for Playboy Magazine. With Mike, was one of the
models for the magazine, Elaine Smith. Elaine told us that Carolyn Hartman had been selected "Mrs, Home-
maker of 1973, " When our cab arrived, we noticed the driver, much to our surprise, was Charles Crates. We
asked Charles to suggest a good nightclub. He took us to the "Champagne Club, " which is owned by the
wealthy Jan Kemerley. Jan told us that the famed Wilsonettes were appearing at his club. This we couldn't
missg Lois and Gretchen sang beautifully and later joined us for the evening.
We four went to Charlie's Coffee House, this we discovered was owned by another classmate Charles
Nicholson. As the waitress approached our table we noticed she was Judy Middleton. We then began to talk
of old times and Ron and I asked them if they knew what Bob Marquart was doing. Gretchen said "Doc," as
we called him in high school, was still areal good operator! Judy asked what you were doing and I told her
that you were writing short stories for Life Magazine. I hope you have enjoyed hearing about our classmates
as much as I, but I must close as my art students will be arriving within the hour.
CORBIN BROTHERS ARLINGTON HARDWARE
Chevrolet Dealers ArlingF011
Arlington, Ohio Ohio
On a bright, shiny Monday morning, September 10, 1951, thirty-one children started their long struggle
to graduate. We were the bright, eager to learn, first graders taught by Mrs. Castor. During the year, we lost
Bob Chamberlin, Jim Schultz, and Mary Ellen Tousley.
In the second grade, we were ably taught by Mrs. Simpson. During the year we gained Gary Haley and
Larry Bibler. We lost Naomi Guinn.
The third grade was taught to us by Mrs. Fields. By the end of the year, we had gained Cheryl Waxler
and Carl Rice. We lost Everett Reigle.
Advancing into the fourth grade, we were guided by Mrs. Loader. During the course of the year, we
gained Jack Dunn, Charles Nicholson, Glenn Lafferty, and Bill Brewster. We lost Alma Gonzales, Marianne
Kain, Charles Rice, and Mary Dionne.
Miss Foltz led us through the fifth grade. That year, Donald Vanderhoff, Mary Lou Patton, and Martha
George joined us. Gary Haley, Larry Bibler, Carl Rice, and Jack Dunn left us.
ln our last year of grade school, Mike Gobrecht was our educator. During this year we welcomed into
our class Wayne Hartman, Gloria Carnahan, Steve Metzger, Ron Carnahan, and Carolyn Hartman. We lost
Walter Saum, Ioe Hindall, Joe Bishop, Tom Mercer, Glenn Laffterty, Donald Vanderhoff, amd Martha George.
The seventh grade, our first year in Junior High CBoy, did we feel lostlj we had as our advisors Mr. Daley
and Mr. Trostmiller. We lost Gloria and Ron Carnahan that year. We gained Hazel Burton and Ed Reigle.
In the eighth grade, under the supervision of Mrs. LaRoche, we prepared to enter high school. We lost
no one this year and gained Gary Stevens, Judy Middleton, and Tom Deter.
As Freshmen, we were directed down the straight and narrow by Mr. Trostmiller and Mrs. Musgrave. We
lost Hazel Burton and Gary Stevens. We added Jane Spaeth and Betty Marquart.
As Sophomores, we were guided forward by Mrs. Knight and Mrs. LaRoche. We gained Margaret Morgart,
Melanie Meyers, and Bob Sink. We lost ten classmates this year. They were Mary Lee Richards, Wayne Hart-
man, Mary Lou Patton, Ruth Ann Nessler, Bill Brown, Bob Sink, Bill Brewster, Ed Steinman, and Margaret Mor-
gart. Our class was stricken by the death of our good friend and classmate Tom Deter.
In our Junior year we were active in athletics, music, and other activities. Our Junior-Senior Banquet was
the years high light.
We are now seniors. lt's been a busy year. Gee if we could to it all over again.
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Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Mr. Badertscher, Sue Long, Trudy Green, Dorothy Clinger, Glenda Baughman
Mary Ellen Hartman, Mary Coburn, Miriam Tegtrneier, Nancy Drumrnelsmith, Betty Brewster, Paulette
Beard, Mrs. Chaphan. TOP ROW: Ronnie Price, Bill Alge, Steve Smith, Don Steinman, John King, Marv
Rower, Lee Alan Best, Bill Davis, Dean Davis, Wayne Wilch.
BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Cammell, Jeff Rettig, Gloria Shuck, Dale Ralph, Jane Bame, Sandy
Gossman, Linda Bishop, Mr. Rost. TOP ROW: Rex Bishop, Danny Patton, Bill Brewster, Tom Mercer,
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Diane Steinman, Barbara Nesler. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fox, Diane Bishop, Brenda Brinkman, Judy Jolliff,
Linda Butte, Rubetta Wilch, Sharon McKinley, Sherry Fahl, Rita Smith, Patricia Businger, Mr. Trostmiller.
TOP ROW: Fred Reigle, Paul Patton, Danny Smith, John Gehrisch, Jesse Wilch, Jim Dillinger, David Inbody
Torn Orwich, Mike Franks, Mike Musgrave, Don Musgrave, Dan Hartman.
SEATED, Left to Right: Sarah Reinking, Connie Strouse, Jerri-Jean Hartman, Ronnie McMillen, Phyllis Hoyt,
Paula Deter. SECOND ROW: Cindy Bash, Marilyn Kemerley, Ronnie Jolliff, Ronnie Kemerley, Sue Bishop,
Karen Metzger, Cheri Corbin, Dennis Rower, Donnie Kemerley, Dale Nicholson, Karen Hartman, Mrs.
Welty. TOP ROW: Judy McClelland, Mary Shellenbarger, Doyne Wilkins, Lonnie Pepple, George Schwarz,
Ronnie Griffith, James Reddick, Joan Tegtmeier, Chris Eibling, Fred Arrington, Steve Rinehart. ABSENT:
Pam Meyers, Jane Grohoske, Marcia Van Den Eyne.
SEATED, Left to Right: Betsy Beagle, Mary Hartman, Charles Smith, Bob Groff, Joe Metzger, Ruth Marquart,
Barbara Hartman. SECOND ROW: Vicki Alge, Martha Middleton, Barbara Patton, Pam Garman, Lynnette
Bibler, J. D. Richards, Nancy Dillinger, Linda Robinson, Delores Rettig, Mrs. LaRoche. TOP ROW: Karen
Brauneller, Ioan Marquart, Steve Beach, Karen Krepps, Eric Greiser, Earl Launder, Larry Evans, Cindy Fahl,
Joyce Wilson, Marcia Businger, Patty Patton.
SEATED, Left to Right: David Wilch, Peggy Price, Rosemary Feller, Ray Worstine, Steve Porter. SECOND
ROW: Waneta Cotner, Larry Wilch, Jim Hindall, Tom Honecker, Bob Green, Diane Fields, Tim Rinehart,
Mr. Webb. TOP ROW: Steve Dilgard, Joe Traucht, Elaine Oates, Bub Frantz, Barry Fox, Bob Steinman,
Cheryl Essinger, Keith Morrow, Paul Tegtmeier. ABSENT: Clarence Decker.
SEATED Left to Rrght Jrm McClelland Gary McM111en Susan Drummelsrnrth Darlene Wrlch Dale Dawson
Crarg Brown SECOND ROW Donna Houdeshell Susre Brbler Dan Frantz, Lrnda Brrnkman Anna Salsbury
Sharon Bach Danny Jollrff Jacqulynn Schey Rornona Hartman Mrs Knrght TOP ROW Gregg Snyder
Nancy Launder Chrrstrne Grerser Clyde Bame Rlcky Rrce, Doug Mrller, Bob Hartman Yvonne Gossman,
SEATED Left to Rrght Chrrs Busrnger Nancy Treece, Susre Coldren, Martha Powell Lrnda Houdeshell
Sharon Nrcholson SECOND ROW Terry Suter Dennrs Clevenger Behnda Hoyt Lrnda Wrrght Martrn
Grerser, Debby Pepple Ralph Green Cynthra Rearnsnyder TOP ROW Roger Russell Marvm Bame Chrrs
Rerlly Max Hosafros Ruth Anne Mengert Charles Edgell Don Plotts Sandy Traucht, Becky LaRoche Dana
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Porter Carol Rergle Mr Trupo TOP ROW Steve Morrow Jenny Bash Kath1eMcDougle Terry Metzger
Joe Coburn Mary Feather1ng1l1 Retha Salsbury Mrke VanDenEynde, Russell Stahl
SEATED Left to Rrght Debby Rlnehart Lynn Nrcholson Doug Rossrnan, Brena Clevenger Dlane VanAtta
SECOND ROW Mr Trupo Tom Hoyt, Junror Werhrauch, Jack Crates Terry Busrnger Betsy Wllson Cynth1a
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STANDING, Left to Right: Marvin
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STANDING, Left to Right: Dennis
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SEATED, Left to Right: Linda Waugh, Bonnie Williams, Keith Beard, Dennis Light, Ronnie Hartman, Robert
Hartman. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Woodmency, Freddy Cramer, Joan Butler, Richard Worstine, Susan Alge, '
Allen Essinger, Patti Alge, Roberta Mitchell. TOP ROW: Ronnie Snyder, Jon Fahl, Karen Hartman, Cynthia
Beucler, Mervin Alexander, Kathy lone Pifer, Marsha Morrow, Ray Wilson, Linda Suter, Wayne Riegle.
SEATED, Left to Right: Barbara Reamsnyder, Dorothy Salsbury, Elizabeth Launder, Alberta Hartman, Nancy
McMillan. SECOND ROW: Doug Coldren, Janie Traucht, Deborah Hindall, Pam LaRoche, Janet Decker,
Barbara Dawson, Kay Wilson, Kathy Wagner, Tom Davis, Miss Foltz. TOP ROW: Ray Spaeth, Doug Wilkins,
Clair Baughman, Norman Beach, Ronnie Colburn, Steve Prochaska, David Muelhbrad, Robert Musgrave,
John'Edge1l. ABSENT: Dennis Helms.
SEATED Left to Rrght Terry Hrndall Larry McDev1tt Judy Shank Dan Sternman John Nrcholson Penny
McDougle Judy Reamsnyder SECOND ROW Mtke Rrce Gerr Long Ruth Ann Rodman Kenneth WOISCIHS
Gary Clevenger Larry Corb1n Melodee Theodore Wayne Smrth Ke1thMcC1el1and Ph1l1p Burson TOP
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SEATED Left to Rrght Fred Waugh John Rlnehart Laurre Procaska Susle Brdlack Mary Feasel Roger
Brauneller SECOND ROW Mrss Wertz John OIWICR Mark Brshop Dottre Welhrauch Patty Ktrk Susan
Gullett Jane Schaller Chrrstrne Musgrave Kathy Hartman Rosemary Beagle Lrnda Evans EIIC Schey
Mathew Musgrave TOP ROW Steve Van Den Eynde Jack Metzger Joe Wolford Jlm Carey Dennls Frelds
Joel Batchelor, Jeff Frantz Don Bash Karl Dean Best James Marn Dana Jameson Mrke Drlgard
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Peg Belle Treece SECOND ROW Mrs Loader Errc Pearson Deborah Branan Conme McClelland Daun
Wolford Kathy Porter DaV1d Featherlnglll C1ndy Rower Charles Cramer TOP ROW Paul Mam M1chael
Alge Donna Brewster Thomas Solt P3l1I'1C13 Krout Peggy Iollrff Carol Butler Janet Wrlson Denms Beard
George M1ddleton John Re1nk1ng
SEATED Left to Rrght Glor1a Relgle Sadle W1ll1ams Mark Metzger Melvln Hoyt Rocky Hartman Sharon
Yoxthe1mer SECOND ROW Rrchard Helms Larry Hmdall Pamela Busrnger J1ll Musgrave Pamela Roda
baugh Cherle Rower Herbert Launder Steven VanAtta Rosalee Beagle TOP ROW Brran Welly Kent
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Mrs. Nyman, Wilma Coburn, Laura Nicholson, Delia Fi elds, Beth Musgrave, Marlene Clevenger, Jimmy
Businger. TOP ROW: Eddie Fahl, David Decker, Mike Bacon, Debbie Honecker, Laura Bibler, Mark Hosa-
fros, Steve Miller, Tommy Main.
SEATED, Left to Right: Mark Phillips, Jennifer Hartman, Rebecca Powell, Timothy Bash, Karen Morrow, Linda
VanAtta, Timothy Rowe, Steven McClelland, Nancy Rinehart. SECOND ROW: Karen Weihrauch, Ricky Tidd,
Denis Fox, Susan Walters, Diana Grohoske, Cathy Shank, Vickie Line, Timothy Deter, Mrs. Warren. TOP
ROW: Michael Keck, Thomas Launder, Rodney Griffith, Cheryl Businger, David Pifer, Mark Wagner, Paul
Hinuall, Nancy Ellis. ABSENT: Sandra Reese.
SEATED, Left to Right: Patricia Reinking, Karen Yoxtheimer, Steven Inbody, Russell Branan, Timmy Feasel,
David Reimsnyder, Jonna Schaaf. SECOND ROW: Ronald Wilch, Barbara Weber, Denise Muehlbrad, Lou Ann
Batson, Nancy Wright, Randy Coldren, Mike Salsbury. TOP ROW: Mrs. Huffman, Beth Welly, Henry P
Reichley, Billy Hartman, James Russell, Bruce Alexander, Roger Bishop, Mike Pepple, Steven Rodman, Peggy
Krout. ABSENT: Jeffrey Staley, Ricky Tellez.
SEATED, Left to Right: Pamela Gant, Carolyn Delgard, Debbie Drummelsmith, Susan Rodabaugh, Barbara
Woods, Janet Shellenbarger, Jane Prochaska, Sandra Line. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Warner, James Nicholson,
Gary Wilson, Mike Freed, Deborah Kirk, Nancy Weber, Bruce McClelland, David Hindall, Bruce Riegle, Mike
Pepple, TOP ROW: Bob Jolliff, Dean Mengert, Danny Riegle, Kenneth Chamberlain, Dan Groff, Larry
Beagle, Mike Miller, Mike Williams, Greg Grohoske.
SEATED, Left to Right: Sharon Hartman, Rhonda Gossman, Kathie Helms, Beverly Bacon, Laura Risser, Mark
Price, David Bess, Scotty Brewster, Paul Riegle, Deborah Feasel. SECOND ROW: Donavan Smith, Thelma
Coburn, Terry Huffman, Tim Glick, Steven Ebert, Ann Decker, David Main, Penny Suter, Tom Bateson,
Richard Long, Billy Halsey. TOP ROW: Harry Launder, Dennis Hendricks, Debra Riegle, Rolland Russell,
Patty Keck, Janice Pepple, Jimmy Beard, Reed Bash, Linda Bower, Robin Corbin, Mrs. Myers.
SEATED, Left to Right: Maxine Helms, Steven Johnson, Douglas Billingsley, Perry Jolliff, Michael Gerald,
Russell Yoxtheimer, Greg VanAtta, Acott Brown, Billy Hindall. SECOND ROW: Anna Clevenger, Karen
Cramer, Barbara Houdeshell, Marci McDevitt, Beverly Wolford, Becky Rodabaugh, Carol McDougle, Sharon
Chamberlain, Jane Hartman, Karen Powell, Mrs. Pratt. TOP ROW: Kevin Light, Jim Riggs, Billy Miller,
Joe Long, Alan Stienman, Terry Grohoske, Jimmy Baird, David Neal, John Beagle, Gary Reichley.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Jane Winstead, Danny Miller, Ricky Wagner, Mark Line, Kevin Rankey
Allen Fields, Jimmy Essinger, Dennis Branan, Keith Phillips, John Harrington. MIDDLE ROW: Danny
Waldman, Tommy Smith, Andy Pifer, Paul Prochaska, Terri Line, Jill Bishop, Roy Launder, Cuff
Salsbury, Jimmy Staley. BOTTOM ROW: Marcia Deter, Teresa Prater, Eilene Dilgard, Sheryl Hend-
ricks, Debra Gant, Rita Salsbury, Debra Hartman, Becky Crates, Jane Fields, Linda Dodge. ABSENT:
Mike Groff, Larry Neal, Debora Swartz, Larry Weihrauch, Beatrice Welly.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Virginia Nicholson, Roger McClelland, Kim Theodore, Billy Ebert, Pam
Businger, Davey Hindall, Danny Oates, Mollie Jolliff, Doug Gerald. MIDDLE ROW: Jim Krout,
Kathy Rogers, Nat Russell, Keith Weidman, Joe Hindall, Danny Wilch, Douglas Reigle, Willard Long,
Mary Fahl. BOTTOM ROW: Claudette Reese, Kevin Walters, Diane Lafferty, Wayne Bradford, Becky
Coldren, Penny Burson, Peggy Burson, David Musgrave.
KNEELING, Left to Right: Wayne Wilch, Steve Metzger, Jan Kemerley, Mike Beucler, Bob Marquart. MIDDLE
ROW: Mr. Trupo, Jeff Rettig, Ronnie Price, Bill Brewster, Bill Alge, Rex Bishop, Lee Allen Best, Don Steinman
Ronnie Russell. TOP ROW: Dale Nicholson, Ronnie Kemerley, Donnie Kemerley, Mike Musgrave, John
Gehrisch, Chris Eibling, Lonnie Pepple, George Schwarz, Jesse Wilch, Ronnie Griffith.
A. H. s, 8 Bluffton 6
A. H, S. 6 Arcadia 6
A. H, S. 35 Van Buren 12
A. H. S. 18 Cory-Rawson 12
A. H. S. 0 Liberty-Benton 18
A. H. S, 26 Perry 14
A. I-l. S, 0 McComb 34
A. H. S. 14 Vanlue O
A. H. S. 28 Hardin-Northern 6
THE SEASON'S RECORD
Bluffton vs Arlington
The Red Devils won their first game with a squeaker, 8-6. The crippled Arlington team waited until
there was only -five minutes left to score.
Bluffton scored first, a Benroth to Lugibihl pass, for 7 yards and six points. His conversion attempt
Arlington scored when Kernerley took a punt and went to his left and looked trapped, but a key block
sprung him loose for 49 yards and the tally. Alge added the two point conversion. '
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KNEELING, Left to Right: Bill Bame, Ronnie Wolford, Dave Powell, Charles Nicholson, Charles Crates, Jerry
I-lickle. MIDDLE ROW: John King, Marvin Rower, Steve Smith, Bill Davis, Dean Davis, Joe Bishop, John
Reilly, Mr. Trostmiller. TOP ROW: David Dillinger, James Reddick, Dave Inbody, Mike Franks, Danny
Smith, Tom Orwick, Steve Rinehart, Paul Patton, Dennis Rower, Ronnie Jolliff.
ARCADIA VS ARLINGTON
We played a highly fired up Arcadia team and came out with a 6-6 tie. Inexperienced players were in
this game because of our injury-riddled team. The first half was mainly a defensive game with neither team
able to score.
In the third quarter, Arcadia scored from four yards out to go ahead. We bounced back in the fourth
with a 60 yard pass play from Davis to Kemerley. Both attempts failed. Later in the fourth quarter we were
stopped on the 20 with fifty seconds to go.
VAN BUREN VS ARLINGTON
This was our Homecoming Game and we played a strong Black Knight 's eleven to a score of 85-12.
Arlington opened the way in the second frame with a 30 yard pass to Wolford, Russell ran the conversion. Com
ing back from the half-time all fired up, Davis scored twice from 40 yards out with Kemerley adding one con-
version. Kemerley proceeded with a six-pointer from four yards out. Davis then came back in the fourth
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VAN BUREN VS ARLINGTON CONT 'D
to reach paydirt from 35 yards away, Kemerley added the last conversion by kicking it through the uprights.
Van Buren pushed into the end zone from four yards out to give their first score. In the last frame they
scored again from four yards out to end a 60 yard march.
CORY-RAWSON VS ARLINGTON
Arlington played one of its best games and capitalized on fumbles and a blocked kick to give them the
upset. ln the first quarter a fumble set up the first score when Davis ran down the middle for 20 yards, then
Nicholson rounded end for the score. A blocked kick set up the second tally as Davis fired to Kemerley from
the 20 for six points. A third quarter fumble recovered by Arlington gave way to another Arlington touch downg
as Crates scampered 35 yards for the score.
Falk scored the Hornets' first score from the one to end a 50 yard march. Falk then gave the crowd a
thrill as he scored on a 80 yard pass play from Crawford. There were no conversions.
LIBERTY-BENTON VS ARLINGTON
Unbeaten, the Red Devils expected an easy game only to come back defeated 18-6. We scored quickly on a
pass to Kemerley to end a 35 yard march. Crates' try for extra points failed. The Eagles then came back in the
second quarter to score from one yard out. Later Arlington tried a pass, an Eagle defender intercepted it and
scooted 55 yards for the score.
An Arlington fumble resulted in the last score from three yards out after driving fifty yards. No points after
touchdown were completed by the Eagles.
PERRY VS ARLINGTON
A highly-rated Perry Commodores' team came over to Arlington with a win in mind only to go home beaten
26-14. Nicholson was the big gun for Arlington scoring three touchdownsg one from the five in the first qua-rter, his
second was an interception from the 25 yard line, later in the third quarter he scampered right end for 10 yards for
his last touchdown. While he was doing this he made one conversion. Jan Kemerley then took a Bill Davis pass for
15 yards and Arlington 's last score of the evening.
Perry then hit for two six-pointersg one a 65 yard run, the other a 30 yard run. Their conversion was a pass.
MCCOMB VS ARLINGTON
Arlington suffered its worst setback in years at the hands of the new champions, 34-0. On the opening kickoff
a fumble into the end zone gave them their first score. Getting the ball on downs they scored from the seven to make
it 12-0. Then from the three yard line they hit paydirt againg attempt good. From 16 yards they scored again with
extra try good. Coming back from the halftime we held them to one touchdown while threatening time after time, once
losing the ball on the one yard line.
VANLUE VS ARLINGTON
We played Vanlue on their own field, but even the snowy, soggy field seemed not to be able to stop us. Our
first score came in the second period when Davis broke loose for a 40 yard sprint. Alge ran the conversion to make it
8-0. Charles Nicholson scored in the last quarter to end a 45 yard march. Vanlue seemingly could not go due to the
wet, soggy field and the bitter cold. This caused many fumbles during the game. Final score was 14-0.
HARDIN-NORTHERN VS ARLINGTON
Arlington found itself playing a good Bears' team for their last game ofthe season. But two touchdowns in the
first and last quarter gave us the victory. A touchdown came with a pass to Wolford, Nicholson ran the conversion.
Nicholson then scored late in the period, attempt failed. The last frame Davis hit for another touchdown pass to
Kemerley. Alge made the last touchdown on a one yard plunge. In the second period the Bears completed a forty
yard pass play to give their score, 28-6.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Steve Beach, Tom Honecker, Keith Morrow, Earl Launders, Bub Frantz, Barry Fox,
Bob Steinman, Larry Evans, Jim Hindall. BOTTOM ROWg Ray Worstine, David Wilch, J. D. Richards, Paul
Tiegtmeier, Bob Green, Tim Rinehart, Charles Smith, Steve Porter.
Mr. Stanley Trupo, Elyria, Ohio graduate of Bowling Green State University assumed
the toga of football mentor this fall at the Arlington High School. He did a fine job filling
the shoes of Mr. Harold Castor, dean of the Hancock County Football Coaches. The Red
Devils had a six won, one tied and two losses for the season's record. Mr. Trupo also coached
the Junior High Varsity assisted by Larry Reigle of Findlay College. The Junior High broke
even on their schedule, and have some members who will be fighting for varsity berths next
year. Howard Trostmiller assisted Mr. Trupo with the varsity squad.
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STANDING, Left to Right: Sophomore Attendant, Marilyn Kemerleyg Freshman Attendant,
Cindy Fahlg Junior Attendant, Nancy Drummelsrnith. SEATED: Senior Attendant, Gretchen
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STANDING: Coach, Howard Trostmillerg Dean Davis, John Reilley, Rex Bishop, Marv Rower, Don Steinman,
Lee Best, Manager, Steve Smith. KNEELING: Bill Davis, Bill Alge, Charles Nicholson, Ron Russel, Jan Kem-
erley, and Charles Crates.
A. H. S. 38 Hardin-Northern 47 A, H, S, 44 McComb 43
A.H.S. 45 Vanlue 46 A.H.S. 39 McComb 33
A.'H. S. 51 Arcadia 27 A. H. S. 49 Liberty- Benton 60
A. H. S. 44 Carey 48 A. H.S. 49 Cory-Rawson 60
A. H.S. 63 LaFayette 43 A. H.S. 37 Arcadia 41
A, H. S. 56 Ada 77 A. H.S . 47 Liberty- Benton 43
A. H.S. 39 Vanlue 45 A. H.S. 37 Van Buren 36
A.H.S. 36 Van Buren 37 A.H.S. 44 Pandora Gilboa 47
THE SEASON 'S RECORD
NOVEMBER 20 The Red Devils opened their basketball season entertaining Hardin Northern on the home court. This
was a rebuilding year as only one regular. Charles Nicholson, returned to the wars from the 1962
tournament champs. The Polar Bears triumphed 47-38. Alge and Russell were high men with 15
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STANDING, Left to Right: Coach Howard Trostmiller, Dennis Rower, Chris Eibling, Lonnie Peppel,
David Inbody, George Schwarz, Tom Orwick, John Gehrisch, Dale Nicholson, Manager James Reddick.
KNEELING: Jolui Reilly, Rex Bishop, Marv Rower, Don Steinman, Lee Best.
Nov. 30 We ventured to Vanlue next. We led all the way until the last 30 seconds. Then a Vanlue V
player was fouled and sank both free throws to give them a 46 to 45. Kemerley scored 17 and
Nicholson, 16. ,
Dec. 4 We played Arcadia trying for our first win. The Red Devils played a good ballgame and came
out on top 51-27. Alge was high man with 18, followed by Nicholson with 16.
Dec. 21 We traveled to Carey looking for our second victory, but came back on the short end of a 48-44
count. Nicholson was high with 11. It was a rough battle with plenty of fouls.
Dec. 27 We drew Lafayette for our first game in the Christmas Tournament at Ada. We coasted to an
easy 63-43 win. Nicholson was high scorer with 18, followed by Kemerley with 12.
Dec. 28 The following night, we played Ada in the Championship game. Ada employed a full court
press which gained them an early lead and a '77 -56 victory. Alge was high with 12, followed
by Nicholson and Russell with 10.
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Snyder, Doug Miller, Dan Frantz, Gary McMil1en, Craigg Brown.
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Julene Hindall, Cindy Bash, Elaine Smith. SECOND ROW: Lois Ann
Wilson, Karen Brauneller, Marcia Businger, Steve Smith. THIRD ROW: Ron Griffith, Mary Shellen-
barger, Linda Robinson, Rita Smith, Diane Steinman, Janet Iolliff. FOURTH ROW: Betsy Beagle,
Rosemary Feller, Waneta Cotner, Nancy Treece, Terry Suter, Earl Launders, Max Hosafros. FIFTH
ROW: Martha Powell, Mary Hartman, Jesse Wilch, Dave Inbody, Paulette Beard, Becky Mitchell,
Chris Eibling, Ronnie Kemerley. TOP ROW: Mr. Everhart, Ann Long, Gretchen Wilson, RonRussell,
John King, Don Plotts, Sandy Traucht, Bob Green.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Connie Strouse, Miriam Tegtmeier, Cathy Sink. SECOND ROW: Trudy
Green, Dennis Clevenger, Nancy Drummelsmith, Sue Long, THIRD ROW: Steve Rinehart, Ruth Anne
Mengert, Cheryl Essinger, Belinda Hoyt, Chris Reilly, Susie Coldren, Debby Pepple. FOURTH ROW:
Karen Metzger, Diane Hartman, Cynthia Reamsnyder, Marvin Bame, Cheri Corbin, Nancy Fox, Becky
LaRoche, Joyce Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Diane Bishop, Phyllis Hoyt, Betty Wells, Jane Gillespie, Linda
Bishop, Judy McClelland, Dennis Rower, Joe Traucht. TOP ROW: Donnie Kemerley, Danny Hartman
Danny Smith, Bill Davis, Mike Beucler, Lee Best, Elaine Oates, Ralph Green.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Ronnie Kemerley, Danny Smith, Charles Crates, Chris Eibling, David
Inbody, Rex Bishop, Bill Davis, Jan Kemerley, Marvin Rower, John King, Ronald Russell, MIDDLE
ROW: Judy Jolliff, Sherry Fahl, Rita Smith, Judy McClelland, Jane Gillespie, Sue Bishop, Cheri
Corbin, Diane Bishop, Joan Teigtmeier. BOTTOM ROW: Ann Long, Julene Hindall, Elaine Smith,
Lois Ann Wilson, Diane Steinman, Janet Jolliff.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sue Long, Nancy Drummelsmith, Marvin Rower,
John King, Ronald Russell, Lee Best, Miriam Teigtmeier, Mary
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Don Steinman, Mike Beucler, Steve Smith, Jesse Wilch, Lee Best, Lonnie
Pepple, John Gehrisch, Danny Hartman, Dennis Rower, Donnie Kemerley. MIDDLE ROW: Mary
Ellen Hartman, Glenda Baughman, Mary Shellenbarger, Miriam Teigtmeier, Gretchen Wilson, Nancy
Drummelsmith, Dorothy Clinger, Trudy Green, Connie Strouse, Marilyn Kemerley, Rubetta Wilch, Mr.
Everhart. BOTTOM ROW: Sue Long, Sarah Reinking, Mary Crates, Jeanne Williams, Becky Mitchell,
Senior Girls Ensemble
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Long, Jane Gillespie, Janet Jolliff, Barbara
Beard, Gretchen Wilson, Lois Ann Wilson, Jeanne Williams, Elaine
Smith, Cheryl Waxler.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Mitchell, Mary Crates, Paulette Beard, Sue Long, Trudy
Green, Nancy Drummelsmith, Miriam Tegtmeier, Mary Ellen Hartman.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Kemerley, Lonnie Pepple, Chris Eibling, Jesse Wilch,
David Inbody, Danny Hartman, Donnie Kemerley, Dennis Rower.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Sarah Reinking, Cheri Corbin, Rubetta Wilch, Mary Shellen-
barger, Judy Jolliff, Karen Metzger, Judy McClelland, Connie Strouse, Diane
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Elaine Oates, Douglas Rossman, Jack Crates, Douglas Smith, Donald
Plotts, Mike Solt, Dennis Eibling, Junior Weihrauch, Mervin Alexander, Waneta Cotner, Rosemary
Feller, Nancy Treece, Terry Suter, Max Hosafross, Jack Pearson, Roger Russell, Sandy Traucht,
Ralph Green. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Everhart, Linda Wright, Janet Decker, Karen Hartman, Terry
Businger, Susie Alge, Elizabeth Launders, Linda Suter, Cynthia Beucler, Belinda Hoyt, Martin
Greiser, Dennis Tidd, Pam Burson, Debbie Fox, Sharon Nicholson, Debbie Rinehart, Cathy Wagner,
Barbara Reamsnyder, Janie Traucht, Douglas Coldren, Dennis Clevenger. BOTTOM ROW: Christine
Reilly, Becky LaRoche, Cynthia Reamsnyder, Pamela LaRoche, Brenna Clevenger, Kay Wilson, Cheryl
Essinger, Ruth Anne Mengert, Martha Powell, Debbie Pepple, Susie Coldren, Marvin Bame, Joe Traucht.
-. ., TOP ROW, Left to Right: Jackie Hindall, Gary Clevenger, Larry McDevitt, Wayne Smith, Michael
Rice, Claire Baughman, Steve VanDenEynde, James Main, Cathy Pifer, Larry Corbin, Rodney Russell,
Nancy Marquart, Elaine Wright, Carl Best, James Carey, Ruth Ann Rodman, Mr, Everhart. BOTTOM
ROW: John Nicholson, Patty Kirk, Dottie Weihrauch, Melodie Theodore, Judy Shank, Dorothy Salis-
bury, Barbara Dawson, Christine Musgrave, Susie Bidlack, Patty Jo Miller.
Cathy Sink Elaine Smith
Brass Sextet Woodwind uintet
STANDING, Left to Right: Gretchen Wilson, Lee STANDING, Left to Right: Nancy Drummelsmith,
Best, Jesse Wilch, David Inbody. SEATED: Mike Cheri Corbin, Jeanne Williams. SEATED: Sue Long,
Beucler, Jeanne Williams. fRosemary Feller replaced Lois Ann Wilson.
THE TROUT FURNITURE CO, THE SUNDRY SHOPPE ASHLAND OIL 85 REFINING CO,
508 S. Main St. 826 N. Main St. Petroleum Products
Findlay, O. Findlay, O. Findlay, O,
ational Honor Society
TOP ROW Left to Rrght Ann Long Rex B1shop Jrm Sternman Marvrn Rower Mlke Beucler Lee
Alan Best Nancy Drummelslmth SEATED Barbara Beard Cathy S1nk Jeanne W1111amS Judy
Mrddleton Becky Mrtchell Sue Long
TOP ROW Left to Rlght Ron McM111en Dale Nlcholson Larry Wrlch Ron Kemerley Paul Tegtmeler
Tom Honecker Kelth Morrow ChJ.'1S Erblmg Bob Sternman Bub Frantz Lon.n1e Pepple Joe Traucht
McClelland Shrrley Houdeshell Dlane Frelds Lynette Brbler Mary Shellenbarger, C1ndy Fahl, Chen
Corbln Cheryl Essmger Elarne Oates JoanTegtme1er Sue B1shop Karen Metzger Sharon McK1n1ey
Nancy D1111nger Jane Grohoske Mar11ynKemer1ey Conn1eStrouse Mrs LaRoche SEATED Paula
Deter Karen Hartman Peggy Prlce Ahce W1111ams Jen Jean Hartman Waneta Cotner V1ck1 Alge
Rosemary Fe11er Crndy Bash Betsy Beagle
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STANDING Left to Rlght Paul Patton Don Musgrave I D Rlchards M1ke Franks, 11111 D1111nger
Steve Metzger EIIC Grelser, Earl Launders Tom Orwlck Joe Metzger SEATED Fred Mengert
Danny Hartman Mrke Musgrave, J'11'I'l Stemman Dav1d Inbody Bob Marquart, B111 Bame
F F A OFFICERS
Presutlent, Jrm Sternman Vrce Presrdent, Mrke Musgrave Secretary, Davld Inbody Treasurer, Danny
Hartman Reporter Bob Marquart Sentrnel B111 Bame Advlsor Fred Mengert
The Arlrngton Chapter of the Future Farmers of Amenca engaged ID many act1v1t1es durlng the
1962 63 season They won the Hancock County Parlramentary Procedure Contest and the State Dalry
Judgrng Contest The team, composed of 11111 Stemman Gary Inbody and Russell Brauneller, won
a s1lver rat1ng at the Natlonal Contest ln Waterloo, Iowa The two State Farmers for the year 1962
were Gary Inbody and Ronn1e Essrnger The F F A float placed second at the Hancock County Farr
and 95 per cent of the boys projects recerved A ratlngs
Gretchen Wrlson Arltngton F F A Queen, was elected to the State Queen s Court fconststmg of
three gl1'1SD and was selected as Arlrngton Homecom1ng Queen
Durlng F F A Week, the Chapter presented a rad1o program over WFIN and attended the
hngton Methochst Church as a group
On Ianuary 18, 1963, the chapter sponsored a dance In the school gym Wlth a drsc Jockey from
WFOB at Fostorxa
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BOTTOM ROW--OFFICERS: Becky Mitchell, Lois Ann Wilson, Jane Gillespie, Gretchen Wilson,
Ann Long, Janet Iolliff. MIDDLE ROW: Karen Brauneller, Janis Treece, Cynthia Reamsnyder, Alice
Williams, Linda Wright, Debbie Pepple, Martha Middleton, Belinda Hoyt, Donna Houdeshell, Martha
Powell, Nancy Treece, Susie Coldren, Darlene Wilch, Mrs. Cammell, TOP ROW: Linda Houdeshell,
Sharon Bach, Christine Reilly, Linda Brinkman, Nancy Launder, Linda Butte, Sandy Traucht, Judy
lolliff, Ruth Anne Mengert, Brenda Brinkman, Christine Greiser, Rubetta Wilch, Becky LaRoche, Susie
Drummelsmith, Susie Bibler, Sharon Nicholson.
BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Rinehart, Lynn Nicholson, Cynthia Porter, Linda Brauneller, Barbara Steinman,
Brena Clevenger. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Cammell, Linda Weber, Mary Hartman, Terry Bussinger, Jenny
Bash, Peggy Price, Deborah Fox, Mary Featheringill, Pam Burson, Karen Hartman, Betsy Wilson,
Cynthia Bishop. TOP ROW: Cathy Patton, Jacqulynn Schey, Diane Fields, PamGarman, Yvonne
Gossman, Karen Krepps, Cheryl Essinger, Patty Patton, Shirley Jolliff, Barbara Patton, Nancy Dillinger,
Ramona Hartman, Carolyn Middleton.
We played Vanlue here in our first league game. After playing good ball the first half, the Red
Devils cooled and Vanlue won 45-39. Nicholson had 14 points.
We played our second league game at Van Buren losing 37-36 in a heart breaker. Nicholson was
high with 11.
We played at McComb winning our third ball game by a 44-42 count. Nicholson was high with 15
We hosted McComb in a league game and won 39-33,making our league mark Q1-21. Nicholson
was high man with 13.
We played a non-league game with Liberty-Benton on their court. Russell was high with 14, fol-
lowed by Nicholson and Alge with 12 and 11.
We went to Cory-Rawson, trying to even our league record. It was a close game until the third
quarter when Cory-Rawson started hitting and went on to win 60-49. Russell was high with 19.
We traveled to Arcadia looking for our second league win, but lost 41-37. Russell was high rnan
with 15, followed by Nicholson with 12.
We played Liberty- Benton on our court and won our second league game 47-42. Russell was high
with 16, followed closely by Alge with 14 and Nicholson with 12.
We entertained Van Buren and won 37-36, having reversed the score of the last game. Alge led
with 14 points.
We went to Pandora-Gilboa to play our last game of the regular season. We lost in an overtime
44-41. Alge and Nicholson were high with 12 and 11.
In the first round of tournament play, Arlington beat Liberty-Benton in a close game of 55-49.
Alge was high scorer with 20 points. Great praise must be given the defense for this victory.
Arlington met the Arcadia Redskins in the semi-finals at Vanlue. The night was cold,
stormy, and disagreeable. After a slow start, the Red Devils pulled away to a comfortable lead
and won 43-31. Nicholson was HIGH POINT MAN with 14 points while Russell, Kemerley, and
Alge excelled on the boards. Crates was outstanding as a player maker.
This brought the Red Devils into the finals against the perennial league champions, Vanlue,
who, by the virtue of their 17-0 record, were the overwhelming favorites to add another trophy to
their case. Both teams played careful control ball and the Red Devils stunned the spectators by
leading 9-2 at the end of the first quarter, 22-15 at the half. Both teams scored 8 points in the
MARATHON TRUCK STOP Compliments of LANDMARK FARM BUREAU CO- OP
Home Cooked Food BLUFFTON COLLEGE Williamstown, Mt. Cory
Williamstown, Ohio Bluffton, Ohio Mt. Blanchard 84 Findlay Terminal
Senior Pictures--"Don't blink your eyes! "
Football practice--"Oh, my aching bones."
School opens--shoulder back to the wheel
Bluffton--first victory game of the season
Arcadia--first league game- -tied 6-6
Van Buren--Homecoming Game and Dance--"A victory for Queen Ann
Cory-Rawson--We took the sting out of those Hornets!
First Group annual pictures--Say Cheese
Liberty-Benton--first loss of the season
Perry--We beat the Commodores
School night--"Do they have to hold it at night, too?"
McComb--second defeat of the season--" Watch those fumbles!'
Assembly--William Hacker at the piano- -"No candelabra?"
College Night at Cory-Rawson--"Send for your free copy."
Vanlue--Congratulations, boys Q14-0, favor of our Red Devilslj
Teachers' meeting--No School--WHOOPEE!
Hardin-Northern--End of football season with a victory 28-6.
Senior Play--"A Family Crisis" --Success!
Football Team to O.S. U. game.
Honor Society Meeting--"Take your partners."
Hunting season opens--"Remember your excuses."
Senior Scholarship Test--" You can't answer what you
Hardin-Northern--first basketball game of the season
Thanksgiving vacation--" Every few days off help!"
Assembly--"Peter and the Wolf"
Vanlue Basketball game.
Basketball team to O.S.U. game
Bandmother's program--"Clarinets not so long!"
Arcadia basketball game
Snow--"No School!" "Hurray! "
Back for a half day
Elementary Christmas Program--"Here comes Santa Claus"
High School Christmas Program--"Sing along with E."
Christmas Vacation starts
Christmas Tournaments at Ada
Happy New Year!
Vanlue Basketball Game--first league game
Assembly- -Robert Verbeck--"Back to the Reservation"
Van Buren Basketball Game
McComb Basketball Game
FINDLAY AUTO DEALERS
Jim Herrin, Secretary
Compliments of Your dowluxgnwll Efljvir Sh Comphmems of
MIDLAND GROCERIES INC 610 O Op BEACH S 'LOVER FARM
S M S
Fmdlay Oh1O Findlay aghlg Arhngtou Ohlo
STAN WOODWARD 3 INSURANCE Comphments of Comphments of
phone 366 9666 MORROW POULTRY OHIO CONVEYOR AND SUPPLY
Arlington Ohm Arhngton Oh1O Fmdlay Oh1o
Compllmems of Comphmeuts of Comphments of
ARI INGTON LAUNDROMAT AIR PORT CAFE PLOTT S HARNESS LUGGAGE SHOP
Arlmgton Oh1O Fmdlay Oh1O Fmdlay Ohlo
Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of
PAUL WAXLER TRUCKING DE WAYNE HINDALL DR. TREECE 8a DR. BURSON
Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio
JAMES RISSER LUMBER compnmems of SMITH FARM-IMPLEMENT
AND ALLIED MATERIALS BRANAN'S GULF 13110116 3555101
Phone 365-5241 Arlington, Ohio Arlington, 01110
Compliments Of MARGARET 'S BEAUTY SHOP Compliments of
ESSINGER APPAREL 501 North Main BUSINGER WELDING
Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio
Jenera , Ohio
WARREN'S Compliments of Compliments of
The Young Men 's Shop JENERA CO-OP ASSOCIATION KOEI-ILER'S FLOWERS
South of Fort Findlay Hotel Jenera, Ohio Findlay, Ohio
MAJOR APPLIANCE COMPANY Cgmphmemgs gf Compliments of
223 N Main SI SIMON gc SMITH BARBER SHOP STURM S MARKET
Findlay Ohio Findlay Ohio Findlay Ohio
Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of
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Findlay Ohio Findlay Ohio Fmdlay Ohio
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3rd quarter while Arlington rang up 12 points to Vanlue 's 11 in the final stanza. The King is dead,
Long live the King. The entire team gave more than their best and we are proud of them.
In the Sectional, Arlington drew Ada and were defeated '75-37 at Cory-Rawson. The Bull
Dogs were hotter than a fire cracker and Arlington colder than the weather. It was a good season
PATROL BOYS STANDING Left to Right CUSTODIANS LEFT TO RIGHT Raymond
Ray WIISOH Fred Cramer Steve Prochaska ESSIHQCF P3111 Gallant
Norman Beach KNEELING Bob Musgrave
CENTRAL RUBBER AND STEEL CORPORATION
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Compliments of J'AQUA'S SPORTING GOODS FINDLAY MOTORS
ARMBRECHT APPLIANCE Athletic Equipment Next to Country Market on Route 224
Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio
THE PHOTO CENTER DR. M. D. BAIR FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
209 S. Main Street DR. E. L. BURNETTA and LOAN ASSOCIATION
Findlay, Ohio Findlay. Ohio Findlay, Ohio
COHIPUITIGHYS Of Compliments of Compliments of
SUPERIOR CLEANERS MONTGOMERY WARD MILLER'S KITCHENETTE
FiHd13Y, Ohio Findlay, ohio Findlay, ohio
DIETSCH BROTHERS MILLERS LUNCHEONETTE CO1'1'1DllIT16I1IS of
Ice C1'63,1'1'1S 203 N. Main SI. FINDLAY EQUIPMENT SALES Inc
Findlay, Ohio Findlay- Ohio Filidlay. Ohio
Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of
MEDLOCK JEWELERS FORNES BRAKE SERVICE KENNEDY PRINTING PRESS
Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio
Compliments of Compliments of FENSTERMAKER5
ASSETS OFFICE MACHINES PATTERSON'S F91' Fine 311095
Findlay, Ohio Findlay, Ohio 415 S- Main Street
Cooks and Bus Drivers
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Virgil Marquart, Mrs. Raymond Steinman, Mrs.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Floyd Clinger,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ira Rettig, Dale
CARSON DAVIS, Sheriff
LEFT TO RIGHT: Clifford Beagle, Paul
Compliments of Compliments of
WARD'S STOCKYARD GLICK APPLIANCE SERVICE
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio Arlington, Ohio
COOPER SERVICE Compliments of
Main SL Hardin Sts. BLUFFTON STONE COMPANY
Findlay, Ohio Bluffton, Ohio
JANUARY 16-17 Midterm Exams
18 E'.F. A. Dance--"Let's Twist Again."
19 County Music Festival at Arlington
-28 Snow, No School
25 McComb Basketball Game
26 Liberty-Benton Basketball Game
30 Individual Pictures--"Smile, Please"
FEBRUARY 1 Cory-Rawson Basketball Game
2 Arcadia Basketball Game
8 Liberty-Benton Basketball Game
12 Van Buren basketball Game
13 Honor Society Meeting at Cory-Rawson
MARCH 1-2 County Tournaments
9 District Solo and Ensemble Contest--" Good Luck"
Sophomore Boys Ensemble won a 1.
16 Science Day
20 Career Day and Government Day
21-22 Preliminary District State Scholarship Test
23 District Band and Chorus at Elida--"We just have to get a one."
29 F. F. A. Banquet--Watch that gravy. "
APRIL 5 Eighth Grade Test--"Let's come in first in the county."
6 State Solo and Ensemble Contest--Don't get nervous."
12 Good Friday--School closed
19 Junior Play
26 Spelling Contest
G, G. A. Dance
27 State Band and Chorus Contest
22-26 On-the-Job training
MAY 4 Final District State Schoolarship Test--" Live up to the AHS Standard.
8 Honor Society Banquet at Van Buren--"Be sure to be there."
10 Style Show--"Mrs. Welty's Revue"
14 Spring Concert
16 District Track Meet
17 Junior and Senior Banquet
24 School Closes--" Three months to breathe."
26 Commencement and Baccalaureate
Mr. Perle Whithead, Cincinnati, Ohio, speaker for Commencement
J. G. DRUMMELSMITH
Sales and Service
Phone 365-6521 '
Walter Morrow Prop
Beach s Clover Farm
Hartman s Garage
Branan s Gulf
Margret s Beauty Shop
501 North Ma1n
Paul Waxler Truckrng
610 South Ma1n Street
Butler s I
Mt Blanchard Oh1o
Sternman Lumber Company
San A Pure Darry
I C Hochstettler 8L Sons
Daffodrlle Beauty Shop
101 1X2 W Sandusky Street
Dally Funeral Home
B1ll s Mobrl Coffee Ba
Plotts Harness Luggag
A1 Bass Clothes
Fmdlay Body Repa1r
GA 2 8172
Forest Farm Servrce
Alrce Dress Shop
Butcher Boy Meats
Kenny 84 Ed Shearer
Electrrcal 86 Insulatron
Brrnkman s Turkey Farm
Smlth Farm Implement
Phone 365 5101
Dr Treece8LDr Burson
R C Wrneland
Peerless Oh1o Glov Corp
Fmdlay Auto Club
Mldland Grocerres Inc
Fmdlay Hearmg Ard Center
Caprtal Trre Shop
Brmdle s Wayslde Furnrture
Barnett s Sohlo
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Bishop's Body Shop
Wahlie Service Agency
Famous H 85 N "Nick Chick"
Mt. Blanchard Stock Yard
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
Renners Pure Oil
303 S. Main Street
Creative Color Photography
122 South Main
Dr. Fink M.D.
Coldren Funeral Home
Plotts Harness 86 Luggage
Ohio Conveyor 86 Supply
The Bosse Hay C.
Miller 's Restaurant
Lathams Sohio Station
Jackson 's Furniture
Find lay, Ohio
Crilly's Dairy Bar
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