Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)
- Class of 1971
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With sincerest appreciation for her years devoted to the education field, the
"Excelsior" staff wishes to dedicate the 1970-1971 yearbook to Mrs. Elizabeth B. Pat-
Mrs. Knight graduated form the Washington Township High School, Centerville,
Ohio and received an A.B. Degree from Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio.
She has done additional study at Miami-Jacobs Business College in Dayton, the Uni-
versity of Utah, Indiana University, the University of Wyoming, Louisiana State Uni-
versity, and Northwestern University. Mrs. Knight is certified to teach business sub-
jects, history, English and home economics.
Jamestown High School, Jamestown, Ohio, was Mrs. Knight's first teaching posi-
tion. There she taught three years. The 1970- 71 school year completes her 26th year
at Arlington High School
Mrs. Knight enjoys music, reading, and traveling. She also takes an active inter-
est in such professional organizations as the Ohio Education Association, the National
Education Association, the Northwestern Ohio Education Association, the Ohio Busi-
ness Teachers Association, and the Arlington Teachers Association.
DAVE ROSSMAN KENT BROWN KATHY PORTER "BOB"
The usual scene in the gym.
PEGGY TREECE RICK OATES
BARB WAGNER JANET WILSON What you see is what you get.
Seniors solving Economic problems.
MIKE ALGE LUANNE HOYT
This is English Literature?
ROSALEE BILAGLE DEB BRANAN
Nhat are you hiding from Brenda? CAROL BUTLER CHUCK CRAMER GLORLA FARISON
DAVE FEATHERINGILL JOHN GILLETTE Peggy getting ready for Christmas.
Tell it like it is Doug.
ROCKY HARTMAN LARRY HINDALL
JIM INNIGER PEG JOLLIFF NADINE KREPPS PAT KROUT
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GEORGE MIDDLETON DOUG MOREHART JANE MOSES JENNY MOSES
Got an itch Denise?
JILL MUSGRAVE ERIC PEARSON
BOB PONGTANA DAVE REDDICK Do your thing Kent.
GLORIA REIGLE JOHN REINKING
Trouble in the hall.
Wake up john.
DENISE RETTIG PAM RODABAUGH
CHERIE ROWER CINDY ROWER DAVE SMITH TOM SOLT
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MIKE ALGB: Football 1, 2, 35 Golf 3, 45 Class Play 3.
ROSALEE BEATLE: FHA 2, 3, 45 Qfficer 3, 4, Pep Club
45 ChO2Q2I5i1,2, 3,4g,FHA State Convention 2,3,,4g Li-
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DEB BRZSNAN: Honof'Society 3,f4g' Chorus 1,2,'3, 4g
Baud 1,2, 3, 43 District Chorus 2,45 A11- Couniy Chorus
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KENTMBRQWN: Footigall 1, 3, 43,'1R,9,5ketba1l 1,,Q,,3, 45
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CAROL BUTLER: Honor Society3,4g GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Off.
icer 4g,Annua1 Staff 3,43 Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Band 1, 2, 3,
4g Pep Band 2, 3, 45 AH- County Band 43 Gir1s',fBasket-
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Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Golfziigy 'Indust:'ia1'Z5.rts Club 152,135 Art
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GLORIA FARISON: Honor Society 3, 43 Chorus, 1, 2, 33
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JOHN GIILLETTE: Football 1, z,3gf4g Track 1,12j mam. 4
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ROCKY HARTMANg,Pootba11 1,z,, 3, 4, varsity Club 4,
FFA 1,,,,2.?,,,3,4g OfflQQ1f',4S- Basketb:gilManager.,1,,25
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DICK TAYLOR STEVE VAN ATT A Cherie and Gloria reading Cindy and Pat at noon hour
signs in the hall.
BRIAN WELLY SADIE WILLIAMS DAUN WOLFORD How does that
grab you Rocky?
LARRY I-IINDALL: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club
3, 43 Football 1, 2g Trek 1, 43 Baseball 1, 29 Golf 35
Chorus 1 2 4- Industrial Arts C1uhA'1A,2. ' '
LUANN1z'Hbwf'T: chorus 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Officer 2,
Honor Society 4.
JIM INNIGER: Football 152, 3, 45 All- County 3,45 A11-
State 45 Co- Captain 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4g 'Student Council 2, 35 Officer 4g Honcsr5Society
3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 43 Class Officer 2, 3.
PEGIJOLLIFF: FHA 1, 2,3,45 Officer 2, 3, 45 County
Officer 23 GAA 1, 25 Girls' Basketball 23 Art Club 3g
OIT 4- Chorus 1.
NADIILTE KREPPS: FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 2, 3, Library
Club 25 Pitchfork Stafff23 Studentuflouncil 3.
PAT KROUT: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 All-County Chorus 45
Annual Staff 4' Honor Society 4' GAA 1, 2.
SUSAN KROU'i': Band 1,2,3,43 ,Chorus 1,2,3,4g In-
ternational Club 4g Honor Society 3,43 All- County
Chorus 4',Office Helper 1. L
HERB LAQJNDER: FHA 12, 3, 43 All- County Chorus 4g FHA
State Convention 33 Chorus 2, 3,45 Cafeteria 3, 4.
BONNIE LINE: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 A11- County Band 3, 45
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ohio Weslyan 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45
Officer 4g Annual Staff 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 43 Office
Helper 3 4.
PAUL MAIN: Football Manager 3, 43 Wrestling Team 45
Varsity Club 4.
MARY MARQUART: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 4.
CONNIE MCCLELLAND: FHA 1, 2,3,4g Officer 45 Pep
Club 15 GAA 1, 23 Girls' Basketball 12 Library Club 13
'Pitchfork Staff 4.
MARK METZGER: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Baseball 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 Indusirrial Arts Club 1.
GEORGE MIDDLETON: Industrial Arts Club 1, 2 , 3, 4.
DOUG MQREHART: Student Council 45 Honor Society
3, 45 Officer 43 Band 45 Chorus 3, 45 FFA 45 Art Club 3.
JANE MOSES: GAA 1,'2'53, 43 Gir1s"Basketba11 112, 3, 45
Girls' Volleyball 3, 45 Pitchfork Staff 35 Cheerleader 35
Homecoming Attendant 3g Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 35
FFA Queen 3.
JENNY MOSES: GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3
43 Annual Staff 3, 4, Cheerleader 25 Honor society S, fi,
Class Officer 2.5 Student Council 43 Art Club Officer 4.
JILL MUSGRAVE: Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Hon-
or Society 3, 45 Officer 45 GAA 2,3, 43 Girls' Basket-
ball Zg Art Club Officer 4s Class Play 35 A11- County
Band 3 4.
RICK barns: Footba11j1,2, 3, 45 ce. Captain 4, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 35 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45
Varsity Club 3 4- Officer 4g Annual Staff 45 A11-
cofmw Footbail 2, 3, 4, A11- County Basketball 3, 4,
A1 - State Football 4.
ERIC PEARSON: Varsity Club 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Annual Staff 43 Industrial Arts Club 13 Baseball 25
Golf 3 4. ,
SOMPCSNG PQNGTANA: Honor society 4, International
Club 45 Officer 4g Student Council 45 Band 43 Track 4.
KATHY PORTER: Chorus 19 Band 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3, 43
Pep C1ub,35 Officer 4g,Internation,g1 Club Officer 45
Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 43 Class Officer
2, 4g Homecoming Attendant 25 Queen 4g Cheerleader
1, 2, 3, 4.
GLORIA REIGLE: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majcrette 1, 2, 3, 45
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Basketball 2, 3,
Class P1'ay,3g Annual Staff 45 Studeint Council 43 u
Cheerleader 43 Library Club 4. h '
JOHN REINKING: Football 13 Class Play 35 Golf 3, 43
Varsity Club 45 Industrial Arm Club 1.
DENISE RETTIG: Band 1, 2, 3,4g Chorus 1, 2,3,4g GAA
1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Annual
Staff 3, 4311 Honor Society 43 All- County Chorus l'-4g
District Chorus 35 Pitchfork Staff 4.
PAM RODABAUGH: FHA 43 GAA 15 Chorus 13 Honor
Society 45 Student Council 4.
DAVE ROSSMAN: Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4g Track 35 Band 1,2,k.j3,4j Chorusul, 2,3, 45 Vuagsity
Club 3, 45' Student Council Officer 43 Class Officer 2, 43
All- County Chorus 3, 45 Class Play 3.
CHERIE ROWER: Honor Society 3,45 Officer 45 District
Chorus 45 All- County Chorus 45 Pep Band 1, 3, 43 Class
Officer 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
CINDY ROWER: Band.1,2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2,3,4g GAA
1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 2, 3,45 International Club 4g Officer
45 Basketball Attendant 3.
DAVE SMITH: Football 1, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4.
TOM SOLT: Football 1, 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2, 35 Var-
sity Club 35 Officer 4gjC1ass Officer 3g Class Play 3.
DOTTIE STALEY: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls'
Volleyball 45 Chorus lg Class Officer 25 Homecoming
Attendant 1, 45 International Club Officer 45 Pitchfork
Staff 45 All- County Band 4.
BRENDA VSTEINMAN: FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 2, 35 GAA
1, 2, 3g Officer 25 I-Iondr Society 44" ' Y'
DICK TAYLOR: Track 1, 2, 3, 45 All- County Football 3,
45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 35 All- County Chorus 33
Varsity Club 3,4.
PEGGY TREECE: Class Officer 3,45 Band 3, 43 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 A11- County ,Chorus 45 Honor Society 3, 49
Annual Stiff 3, 4, International Club 45 Honor Guard 33
Presidential Classroom 4, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3.
BARB WAGNER: GAA 1, 2, 3,4g Girls' Basketball 1,2,
3,45 Girls' Volleyball 3,43 FHA 1,2,3,45 Officer 2, 3,45
County Officer 35 Annual Staff 43 Pitchfork Staff 45 Stu-
dent Council 4 5 Class ,Play 35 Honor Society 4.
BRIAN WELLY: FFA 1,2, 3,45 Officer 45 Art Club 43
Basketball Manager 23 livestock Judging Team 2, 3, 4.
SADIE WILLIAMS: GAA 1, 2, 3g FHA 2, 3,45 Officer 35
Band 15 Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Pep Club 3,4.
JANET WILSON: Band 2, 3,45 Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 GAA 1,25
All- County Band 35 All- County Chorus 45 Class Play 35
International Club 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4.
DAUN WOLFORD: GAA 15 FHA 1,2, 3,43 Officer 35 Li-
brary Club 45 Library Assistant 2, 3.
SENIORS - 12 YEARS TOGETHER
THE DREAM OF YESTERDAY
IS THE HOPE OF TODAY
AND THE REALITY OF TOMORROW T
CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLOR
RED CARNATION SCARLET
FIRST ROW: Carol Butler, Peggy Treece, Gloria Reigle, jill Musgrave, Rosalee Beagle, Cherie Rower, Dottie
Staley, Dave Rossman. SECOND ROW: Denise Rettig, john Reinl-Qing, Daun Wolford, Cindy Rower, Peg Iol-
liff, Eric Pearson. THIRD ROW: Dave Featheringill, Deb Branan, Chuck Cramer, Pat Krout, Bonnie Line, Kent
Brown. FOURTH ROW: Brian Welly, Rocky Hartman, Mike Alge, Paul Main, Brend St nnman, janet Wilson,
Sadie Williams, RoseAnn Launder, Connie McClelland, Rick Oates.
O PONGPO TA AHBOBU
Endless Speaker. Bob observes scrabble.
Good Morning Bob !
The Reinking Family.
Songpong Pontana "Bob"
Bob, from Ayuthaya,
Thailand, is the first
AFS student from his
school and is also the
first here in Arlington.
Bob has studied business
and plans to go on to a
Presently acting as Bob's
parents are john 8 Phyllis
Reinking, who have four
children of their own.
Two who are in high school,
johny, and Tish.
Bob is a member of the
National Honor Society,
vice-president of the
International Club, and
a member of the Student
Bob plays the bass drum
the band and is taking
part in the jr. -Sr. play.
During his year here,
Bob has been a speaker
in great demand for various
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DEVILS GRAB 0. 1 CHAMPS
FRONT ROW L TO R: Coach Basinger, Mark Metzger, Tom Solt, john Gillette, Dave Rossman, jim lnniger,
Rick Oates, Kent Brown, Rocky Hartman, Dick Taylor, Dave Smith, Coach Davis. SECOND ROW: Coach
Rogers, Tom Bateson, Robin Rettig, james Nicholson, Dennis Woodard, Ken Chamberlain, Steve Rodman,
Kerry Hindall, Tim Bash, Randy Frysinger, Jim Businger, Dewayne Woodard, Mark Wagner. THIRD ROW:
Rolland Russell, Dean Branan, Bruce Alexander, Mike Pepple, Henry Reichley, Dan Riegle, Mark Phillips,
Larry Beagle, Bill Hartman, jon Inniger, Mark Pepple, Randy Coldren, jim Russell. FOURTH ROW: Bill
Halsey, jim Riggs, Ron Porter, Scott Brewster, Kelly Boutwell, Scott Brown, Mark Rossman, Dave Neal,
Dave Main, Van Follas, Steve Ebert, jack Musgrave, jeff Staley, Bill Beach. FIFTH ROW: Harry Launders,
Dennis Hendricks, Gary Reichley, Richard Long, Mike Clifford, Bruce Riegle, john Beagle, Tim Glick, Mark
TOP ROW L TO R: Rick Oates lst team Off. Tackle, lst team
Def. Linebacker, Dick Taylor lst team Def. Tackle, Ken
Brown 1st team Def. End, 2nd team Off. End, jim lnniger 1st
team Def. Halfback, qnd team Off. Halfback, Dave Rossman
Honorable Mention, Randy Frysinger Honorable Mention, Tom
Solt fabsentj Honorable Mention.
junior Varsity Team
O- 12 Leipsic
20- 6 Arcadia
40- 6 McComb
14- O Pnadora-Gilboa
36- 6 Hardin-Northern
40- 6 Liberty-Benton
36- O Patric-Henry
7- O Cory-Rawson
8- 0 Hardin-Northern
36- 6 Delphos-Jefferson
Kent Brown, Mr. Football.
COBY-R W ON GETS ZAPPED!
ARLINGTON vs LEIPSIC 6-0 The opening battle for the 1970 football season started in Red Devil country when
the Vikings came in. With both teams starting a new year, the Devils stuck to the old of victories and won,
6-0. The TD was made in the first quarter, the second play of the game. Jim Inniger broke lose for 55 yds. on
a quick open. The defense was put to the test when the Vikings threatened on the two yard line.
ARLINGTON vs ARCADIA 13- 12 Moving onward 8 upward, the Devils invaded Redskin territory. An 11-yd.
pass from Mark Wagner to Kent Brown S an extra point kick by Dewayne Woodard gave us 7 points. At the
half, it looked bad, with Arcadia 12, Arlington 7. Coming back, the Devils scored when jim Inniger passed a
"thriller" to Brown. With this, we slipped into the lead, 13- 12.
ARLINGTON vs MCCOMB 0-6 McComb was a big disappointment for all as the Devils met their first downfall.
Even though the Panthers scored only 6 points, it was just 6 points too many. The Devils began practice with
determination in their eyes for next week's game and next year's revenge.
ARLINGTON vs VAN BUREN 68-0 The Red Devils came hurtling back with a 68-O victory over Van Buren,
when the Black Knights tried to invade us. jim Inniger scored four touchdowns on runs of one, 18, 9, S 60
yds. Frysinger ran up two TD's 8 Staley, Wagner, Reigle, S Russell put their contributions on the score board.
Dewayne Woodard did 4 extra points. That was a night for the jV's to remember as well as the Varsity.
ARLINGTON vs PANDORA GILBOA 14-22 With a run by jim Inniger, a 48 yd. pass from Wagner to Staley S
help from Woody, the score was 14-O in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, with a pass interception on us, they
ran ahead with 21 seconds left in the game. The Devils LAST defeat.
ARLINGTON vs VANLUE 22-0 Vanlue, being our homecoming S the boys determined to go farther than last
Week, was tossed for a loss, 22-O. Staley scored in the second quarter, followed up by a safety when Kerry
Hindall tackled Phillips. Inniger fired up 8 ran 22 yds. for the second TD. In the 3d quarter, Wagner ran in
for another, while Woody pitched in his two extras.
ARLINGTON vs CORY- RAWSON 7-0 THE HORNETS MEET DEFEAT! The winning touchdown came with 3:21
left in he game when Staley caught a 60 yd. pass from Wagner. The play wasn't even in the Devil play book.
Woody helped out, putting in the extra point. Our defense did a GREAT job by holding the Hornets to 71 yds.
8 Tom Solt carried the load of holding Falk.
ARLINGTON vs LIBERTY-BENTON 39-0 Still fired up from last week, the Devils stopped IfB Eagles 39-0. jim
Inniger led the scoring with 12 points. He also passed to Brown for a TD. Staley, Wagner, and Frysinger also
brought 6 pts. each to the lights. Woodard added 3 extra.
ARLINGTON vs HARDIN-NORTHERN 21-0 Staley ran the kickoff back for an 85 yd. TD. We scored again on
a 10 yd. run by Staley S a one-yard plunge by Wagner, making it 21-0. This was our 4th straight shut out 8
sixth in the nine games. The defense was a key ingrediant as they held the Bears to minus 15 yds. rushing!
ARLINGTON vs RIVERDALE 22- 14 The old rivalry is renewed. jim Inniger put us on the board first with a
one- yard plunge. Woody kicked for 7-0. Frysinger went in from the two S Dave Rossman passed to Kent
Brown for 2 pts. extra. The score held 15- 14 till Frysinger went over from the one. 22- 14.
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Attendants And Escorts
Escort Tom Solt
Escort Randy Frysinger
Escort Dean Branan
Escort Van Follas
CROWN BEARERS SCEPTER BEARERS FOOTBALL BEARERS
Linda Riegle jennifer Solt Brenda Wooten
Patrick Carey Kevin Sheets jonathan Match
Moments to Remember was the theme of this year's
homecoming. For Queen Kathy and her court there
were moments to remember.
After being honored during pregame festivities the
Red Devils presented the Queen and her court with an
overwhelming victory over the Vanlue Wildcats.
Kathy and her court watching the game.
Crowning of the Queen.
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TOP FOR 2ND YEAR!
TOP ROW L TO R: Coach Wagner, jim Businger, Dan Yates, Dave Decker, Dave Smith,
Kent Brown, and Mark Metzger. 2nd ROW L TO R: jim Inniger, Dave Rossman, Rick
Oates, Larry Hindall, and Eric Pearson.
The Varsity won 16 games throughout the whole season and placed number 1 in the BVC
Title. This is the 2nd year it was controled by the Devils. This year it wasn't expected, but
you can expect the unexpected with Devils. A championship team can only be made by hard
work on the part of young men with desire and determination and a good coach. Congratu-
lations to all of those men!
Spencerville 79 --- 66
Elmwood 59 --- 56
Pandora Gilboa 40 --- 76
Leipsic 75 --- 61
Van Buren 74 --- 54
Bettsville 65 --- 47
McComb 63 --- 54
Otsego 74 --- 47
Arcadia 77 --- 69
Benjamin Logan 60 --- 46
Nth. Baltimore 64 --- 46
Wapakanetta 70 --- 76
Hardin Northern 69 --- 52
Jefferson 67 --- 73
Liberty Benton 82 --- 43
Cory Rawson 80 --- 72
Carey 70 --- 65 Qovertimej
Vanlue 77 --- 46
Liberty Benton 53 --- 38
Cory Rawson 47 --- 51
FUTURE CHAMPS TO COME
RESERVES won 13 and lost 5.
S WE THEY
E Spencerville 52 --- 37
R Elmwood 63 --- 55
V Pandora Gilboa 34 --- 35
E Leipsic 36 --- 40
Van Buren 48 --- 39
T Bettsville 60 --- 22
E McComb 53 ---
A Otsego 63 ---
M Arcadia 52 --- 44
Benjamin Logan 37 --- 44
Nth. Baltimore 60 --- 31
Wapakanetta 41 --- 53
Hardin Northern 40 --- 31
jefferson 45 --- 41
Liberty Benton 23 --- 44
Cory Rawson 45 --- 31
Carey 45 --- 34
Vanlue 54 --- 31
james Beard, Dennis Hendricks, Charles Comb
and Russell Yoxtheimer. 2nd ROW: Van Follas
Steve Ebert, Kelly Boutwell, Rolland Russell,
Ron Porter 8 Mark Rossman. 3d ROW: Scott
Brown, jim Riggs, Chris Combs, Dave Main, S
7th TOP ROW L TO R: Mike Woodard,
G Tom Reamsnyder, 8 Dave Clevenger.
1- 2nd ROW: Greg Feller, Rick Wolford,
9, Dave Patton, Tim Morrow, jay Follas,
d Mark Hartman 8 Brad Beach. 3d ROW:
e Kelly Combs, jon Gillespie, jim
Ebert, Doug Alge, Dean Rankey, and
T Mike Howard.
TOP ROW L TO R: Coach Echols, Russell Field
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Escort Rick Oates
The Basketball Court viewing the game.
jill Musgrave--Art Club
Escort Kent Brown
Escort jim Inniger
Dave crowning the Queen.
The crowning of this year's Bas-
ketball Queen took place during
the half-time of the Reserve
game with the Carey Blue Devils
TRACK TE M
BACK ROW, L TO R: Coach Basinger, Dan Reigle, Bruce Alexander, Ken Chamberlin, Bill
Hartman, Rolland Russell, Dean Branan, Jeff Staley, Larry Beagle and Gary Reichley. 2nd
ROW, L. TO R, : Bill Halsey, Kelly Boutwell, Dave Main, Russell Yoxthiemer, john Beagle,
Ron Porter, Dave Neal, Scott Brewster, Mark Rossrnan, and Tom Main. FRONT ROW, L, TO
R, : Randy Frysinger, Larry Hindall, Dave Smith, Kent Brown, Dick Taylor, "Bob" Pongtana,
Dennis Beard, and Steve McClelland.
I just can't believe it!
Go Gary Go!!!
It' s pretty high.
The track team had a very good season in
the event that they broke several school re- A
cords. The 880 relay team set a new record
of 1. 36. 2 at the County trials and Kent Brown
set a new pole-vaulting record of 11'6".
Arlington placed eighth in the Hancock Coun-
ty track meet.
Dick Taylor received the Outstanding
Track Athlete Award. Maybe we'll have a
few more records set next year. How about it
STANDING: Coach Echols, jim Inniger, Rick Oates, Kerry Hindall, Mark
Wagner, Dwayne Woodard, Dan Yates, Rodney Griffith. SECOND ROW: Tim
Bash, Tom Solt, jim Businger, Charles Combs, Mike Grieser, jim Russell,
Terry Huffman. THIRD ROW: Mark Pepple, Robin Rettig, james Nicholson,
Richard Long, Van Follas.
SEA S ON REC ORD
we they we they
New Riegle 6 5 Benjamin Logan 3 1
Pandora 9 3 Upper Sandusky 6 2
Lima Perry 2 7 Miller City 8 O
Allen East 14 5 Riverdale 5 4
Vanlue 9 6 Fostoria 3 2
Bettsville 18 7 New Riegle 4 O
Most Versatile Most Consistant
Van Follas Dan Yates
Most Improved Most Valuable
Kerry Hindall Jim Inniger
Best Batting Average
GOLF TEAM ENDS SEASON 13-7-1
L. TO R, Randy Coldren, james Beard, Scott Brown, jeff Diermeyer, Matt Pfirsch, Carl Hemminger, Eric Pearson,
The golf team finished its second year with a fine 13-7-1 record. Randy Coldren had the low average for
the year and received a trophy for this honor. Randy finished the year with a 45. 6 average. Scott Brown had
a 46. O, Dave Rossman, 47. 4, Eric Pearson, 49. 2, and Matt Pfirsch 55. 8.
Arlington finished 4th in the sectional tournament after only being down 4 strokes at the halfway mark,
next year with our no. 1 and 2 men back, things could look good for the high school team again next year.
Leipsic 8-1 Ottawa
Leipsic 9-2 Van Buren
New Riegle 7-2 Ottawa
Bluffton 8 112-112 Old Fort
Findlay I, V, 5 112-3 112 Van Buren
McComb 9-0 Bettsville
North Balt. 7-2 Old Fort
New Riegle 7 112-1 112
Patrick Henry 6- 3
Patrick Henry 6 112-2 112
Bluffton 6 112-2 112
North Baltimore 4 112-4 112
Tournament at Tamarace
RE TLI GFORU "
The Red Devils placed 4th at the
Meets Won 81 Lost
Senica East. ,
Arcadia. . . .
Van Buren. . . .
McComb . . .
Columbus Grove. . .
Senica East . .
TOP ROW L TO R: Ken Chamberlain, Paul Main, Kerry Hindall, Bruce
Alexander, jim Russell, Dean Mengert, Tom Main, Coach Davis. 2nd
ROW: Robin Rettig, Steve McClelland, Henry Reichly, Dennis Woodard,
Dewayne Woodard, Rick Wolford, and Ron Wilch.
TOP ROW L TO R: Tom Bateson, Scott Brewster, Dave Neal, Bill
Halsey, Coach Davis. 2nd ROW: Gary Reichly, Harry Launder, john
Beagle, and Tim Glick.
Kerry holds on!
Come out Henry!
N ACTIVE PORT F OR GIRL
FROM L TO R: jane Moses, Alice Von Stein, Carol Butler, Barb Schmell,
Deb Reigle, Anne Decker, Barb Wagner, and Nancy Weber.
Mc Comb 39 - 1 9
Riverdale 15 - 14 R
Donnell 9 - 1 1 E
Arcadia 16 - 1 1 S
Findlay 1 S - 1 2 E
Van Buren 43 - 9 R
Liberty-Benton 21 - 1 9 V
Cory-Rawson 3 1 - 6 E
RESERVE SEASON RECORD S
V WE THEY
A McComb 29 - 22
R Riverdale 17 - 33
5 Donnell 29 - 38
I Aracadia 1 7 - 23
T Findlay 3 1 - 1 9
Y Van Buren 44 - 7
Liberty-Benton 10 - 29
Cory-Rawson 21 - 23
VARSITY SEASON RECORD
3 - 5
, - FROM L TO R: Donna Gillette Marci McDevitt Penny Suter, jan Pepple,
coached By' Mrs' Basmger' Pam Moses, Laura Risser, and ,Sharon Yoxthiemer.
Devil Gang !
Barb gets a rebound.
Alice comes on!
E ICR THLETE
Mike Alge--golf. Kent Brown--football, Chuck Cramer--golf.
Rocky I-Iartman-- football,
Larry I-lindall-- jim Inniger--football,
basketball, track. basketball, baseball.
Mark Metzger--football, Rick Oates--football, 35 Eric Pearson--golf,
basketball. basketball, baseball. basketball.
During The Year . .
Arlington held their basketball banquet Monday April 29, 1971, Recognition
of all players on both reserve and varsity were announced. The following received
trophies for outstanding playing for the Arlington Red Devils. Rick Oates--Top
Rebounder, Larry Hindall--Most Improved, Eric Pearson--Most Assists, jim
Inniger--Best Defensive Player, and David Rossman--Best Offensive Player.
Now that the year is over in basketball, there were some awards given to some
of the boys and an adult. The two boys receiving awards were Rick Oates and Eric
Pearson. The adult was, of course, Mr. jerry Wagner. Rick made first team all
county B. V. C. league and was invited to attend the Review Times Banquet. Eric
Pearson was selected to the second team all B. V. C. and second team all Republic-
an-Courier. I-Ie was also invited to the Review Times Banquet. Coach Wagner was
Coach-of-the-Year in the B. V. C. and all Republican-Courier. He also received a
trophy-bowl at the Review Times Banquet for the best "A" record.
Track this year went as far as the Regional in several events. These were as
follows: The Shop Put with Dick Taylor, Pole Vaulting with Kent Brown flying,
220 yard dash with Larry Hindall running and the Mile Relay team composed of
Larry Hindall, jeff Staley, Dave Smith, and Ken Chamberlain.
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6th Grade Band
FIRST ROW: L TO R: Lori Morehart, Jolene
Schaaf, Cindy Bosse, Becky Launder, Shelly
Reamsnyder, Arlene Gossman, Frances
Smith, Jody Hartman, SECOND ROW, Beth
Staley, Patti Pepple, Beth Riegle, Lori
Hartman, Cindy Main, Roger Beagle,
Steve Feller, Mark Match, Brian Reigle,
Todd Corbin, Andy Miller, THIRD ROW:
Jeanie Businger, Wendy Moses, Jill Wright,
Craig Woodard, Kevin Risser, Tyler Smith,
Kevin Hill, Judy Bateson, Jean Branan, Kay
5th Grade Band
FIRST ROW: L TO R: Tami Sink, Tom
Neal, Becky Businger, Patti Line, Dawn
Beach, Julie Alspach, Patty Wentz,
SECOND ROW, Bill Cramer, Jeff Sals-
bury, Steve McMillen, John Bond, Jen-
ny Oates, Brenda Riegle, Barbara
Grove, Jenny Pfirsh,
FIRST ROW: L TO R: Sheryl Hendricks,
Mollie Jolliff, Linda Dodge, Mark Hart-
man, Pam Businger, Debra Davis, Allen
Fields, Tom Reamsnyder, Judy Reichley,
Cynthia Grohoske, Kit Byal, Pam Porter,
SECOND ROW: Joe Hindall, Tom Smith,
Bill Ebert, Ginger Nicholson, Becky
Coldren, Jill Bishop, Sally Bateson,
Susan Bame, Greg Feller, THIRD ROW:
Rick Wagner, Marcia Deter, Bob Houde-
shell, Jim Gillette, Jonathan Gillespie,
Dan Wilch, Meg Herninger, David Cle-
venger, David Musgrave, FOURTH
ROW: Becky Bash, Doug Reigle, Rick
Wolford, Michael Woodard, Keith Rob-
inson, Julie Bibler, Chevone Kasunic,
FIFTH ROW: Kent McMillen, Jim Ebert,
Nathan Russell, Keith Phillips, Jay
DEP RT E T
FIRST ROW: L TO R: Mary Marquart, Nancy Krout, Peggy Morehart, Susie Walters, Karen Powell, Marci McDevitt,
Pam Moses, Penny Suter, Janice Pepple, Ann Decker, Cindy Crawford, Anna Clevenger, Linda Bower, Andrea
Woodard, Cindy Rower, Laura Lobdell, Karen Cramer, Roxanne Strait, SECOND ROW: Denise Rettig, Deb Branan,
Sharon Yoxtheimer, Rosalee Beagle, Patty Yates, Cathy Smith, Bonnie Line, Peggy Treece, janet Wilson, Deb Kas-
unic, Cherie Rower, Pat Krout, Carol Butler, Margaret Smith, Helen Taylor, Laura Risser, Andrea Morehart, Susan
Krout, jenny Hartman, THIRD ROW: Rocky Hartman, jim Riggs, Steve Rodman, Terry Huffman, Rose Ann Laun-
der, Richard Long, Ken Chamberlain, David Neal, Rolland Russell, Becky I-Ioudeshell, jane Prochaska, LouAnn
Bateson, Alice VonStein, Nancy Wright, janet Shellenbarger, jonna Schaaf, Karen Yoxtheimer, Scott Brown,
FOURTH ROW: David Rossman, Larry Hindall, Bill Halsey, Karl Heminger, Ronald Wilch, Steven Ebert, james
Beard, Bruce Alexander, David Decker, Bill Beach, Tim Deter, Tim Bash, David Main, Mark Rossman, jeff Dir-
meyer, Harry Launder, David Reamsnyder, Dennis Woodard.
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The high school stage band
Eggs: Efnsvggnii f'il1'j15o5f?t Fifteen members of the football march-
quired Ehis year Also outfits ing band ended their year after partici-
were Purchasedbr mage for pating in ten pre-game shows and half-
each of the members giving time shows of the 1970-71 football season.
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L TO R: Andrea Morehart, Kevin Light, Carol Butler, Chuck Cramer, Cherie Rower,
jeff Dirmeyer, Robin Corbin, jonna Schaaf.
L TO R: Sharon Yoxtheimer, Karen Cramer, Karen
L TO R: FIRST ROW: Kent MCM
len, Deb Honecker, Dottie Stale-
Kathy Porter, Nancy Wright, Na-
L TO R: FIRST ROW: Andrea
Woodard, Peggy Morehart,
L TO R: janet Wilson,
Treece, Nancy Weber,
an Russell, SECOND ROW: Bob
ngtana, Vicki Line,
L TO R: FIRST ROW: Tim Deter, Bonnie Line, Susie Walters, Ron Wilch, Alice
VonStein, Becky Houdeshell, Penny Suter, Lou Ann Bateson, SECOND ROW: Susan
Krout, Rick Tidd, Dennis Fox, Cindy Rower, Janice Pepple, Nancy Rinehart, Laura
Nicholson, Laura Risser, Deb Branan, THIRD ROW: jenny Hartman, jill Musgrave,
Karen Powell, Nancy Krout, jane Hartman, FOURTH ROW: Margaret Smith, Anna
Clevenger, Deb Riegle, Beverly Wolford.
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DND ROW: Pam Moses, Gloria
Keigle, Marci McDevitt .
L TO R: FIRST ROW: Denise Rettig, Marlene Cleven-
-. - ger Becky Powell, SECOND ROW: Peg Krout Ann
'laser' Tom Launder' Dean Men 41 Decker, Catherine Smith, jane Prochaska. J
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L TO R: Karen Powell, Deb Branan, Susan Krout, Cindy L TO R: Dennis Fox, Becky Houdeshell, Laura Nicholson,
Rower, jenny Hartman, Sharon Yoxtheimer, Karen Gloria Reigle.
TO R: Becky Powell, Pam Moses, Peg Krout, Peggy Treece. FRONT ROW, L TO R: Andrea Woodard, Marlene Clevenger,
i TO R: Vicki Line, Deb Poole, Dottie Staley, Kathy Porter,
Iancy Wright, David Main, Dan Reigle, Randy Coldren.
Nancy Rinehart, jill Musgrave, jan Pepple, jane Hartman,
BACK ROW, jim Riggs, Kevin Light, Anna Clevenger, Deb
Reigle, Rick Tidd, Doug Morehart, Dennis Woodard, Bob
By tradition, the Arlington "All Brass" Band participated
in various Homecoming Parades during the summer months.
The school year began for band members with the junior
Fair Night activities at the Hancock County Fair.
Hard work and sweat went into the making of the foot-
ball band. QEven marching in rain and mudlj The band
never failed those anxious spectators.
With cold weather and snow, came the concert band.
Modern music led to a "Pops Concert" in late February with
all of the band members looking forward to the annual
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Johnny Appleseed Restaurant john's Body Shop Sohio
Through the course offering of on-the-job training in association with the
agriculture and business departments, students are given the opportunity to
use their learned skills in actual working situations for a part of each school
Mike Salsbury Dick Taylor Gloria Farison
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Go ahead. I dare you. Pest hunt? I thought it was The three stooges at work? ! ?
leftovers from dinner.
I know it has to start sooner or later, but this is I give up, What is
ridiculous. this thing?
Cleaning house? The odd
The machine is faster than the BRIAN. Hey, Dean. When do we get to stop and eat this
IND TRIAL ART
The industrial arts
Watch the fingers.
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I can't see a thing!
The showcase near
the industrial arts room
never lacks the accom-
plishments of those boys
involved with some
phase of industrial arts.
What do you think I'm doing? This is making me sick.
Here goes nothing! 48 just wait until he spills some.
HO E ECUNOMICS
lun, Connie, and Pam find that their cooking
1't too bad. The skills learned in home ec.
e useful to any girl, regardless of her major
urse of study.
Here, Miss Gavron, the home economics
teacher, samples the work of her class.
Linda and Rose Ann seem to have enjoyed
The advanced foods class goes beyond the
basic study of food preparation as studied
in general home ec. courses to concentrate
on more complicated recipes. It is a course
COLLEGE PREP - COMMERCIA
That once in a lifetime fete-- They call this physics class? D011g'S SP66Ch
Scientific-minded Becky with her mode of Mike's from Mars. Who ate your apple, Dave?
Dan always has a smile for the earth Since when do Got any news?
people. they teach
This French sounds like Greek to me. 50 Secret formulas.
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The art department offers
creative development for
The art room also serves
as a resting spot for related
Too many fingers in the dough. Full-time artist.
The devil made her do it. The making of a flying mm'
An industrious group of girls--letting the teacher do it. It can't be that difficult, Patty
T DE TCOUNCIL
A look of concern?
Rick Oates Dan Yates Van Follas Tom Smith
Barb Wagner Deb Drummelsmith Pam Moses Jim Staley
janet Wilson Mark Pepple David Neal Jim Ebert
Mark Wagner jeff Staley Marcia Deter Clayton Washburn
The Student Council helped to bring about
better administration-student relationships and
several changes in the school this past year. A
dress code was decided upon and with the
approval of the school board was put into effect.
The annual Christmas ,dance and a full-length
feature movie "Wait Until Dark" were sponsored
by the Student Council. Members also took part
in skits for Pep meetings during football and
One of the meetings held in the evening for more detailed discussion. Kent Brown Mr Football
THE PITCHFORK STAFF
This year the Pitchfork Staff tried something
new, a paper that was printed rather than mimeo-
graphed. This gave a new look to the paper. The
staff this year consists of:
Barb and Tish make last minute
Rodney explains the up-coming
Looking over the daily Beth is busy typing the latest news. Issue'
Mr. johnson passes out more work to be typed.
Dave doing a little creative
ROW ONE: fTOPj jan Shellenbarger, Sand
Line, Deb Drummelsmith, Alice VonStein,
Tish Reinking, Beth Welly, Andrea Wood-
ard, Pam Frantz. ROW TWO: Lou Ann
Bateson, Pam Gant, Donna Gillette, jane
Prochaska, Becky Houdeshell, Marci Mc-
Devitt, Ann Decker. ROW THREE: Nancy
Weber, Peg Krout, jonna Schaaf, jan
Pepple, Pam Moses, Deb Riegle. ROW
FOUR: Deb Harris, Paula Smith, Nancy
Wright, Laura Risser, Karen Cramer,
Diane Taylor, Margaret Smith, Karen
President - Carol Butler
Vice President - Cindy Rower
Secretary - Becky Houdeshell
Treasurer - Bonnie Line
Historian - Becky Powell
ROW ONE: QTOPJ Vickie Line, Dottie Sta
ey, Jane Moses, Jenny Moses, Cindy Row
Kathy Porter, Barb Schmehl, ROW TWO:
Marlene Clevenger, Bonnie Line, Barb
Wagner, Delia Fields, ROW THREE: Susir
Walters, Becky Powell, Laura Nicholson,
Denise Rettig, Sharon Yoxtheimer, ROW
FOUR: Gloria Reigle, Nancy Rinehart,
jill Musgrave, Patty Yates, Carol Butler.
During the school year of 1970-71 the members of the G. A. A.
have kept very busy with various activities as follows.
Our first BIG CONCERN was the Football Homecoming, which
included the Pre-game ceremony and the Homecoming dance the
following evening. We sold Red Devil Cushions in order to help with
expenses for the Homecoming.
Other accomplishments were: Bake Sales, Style Shows, we spon-
sored Basketball Homecoming, the "Spring Dance", and traveled to
the Y. M. C. A. for an overnight party.
Several girls participated in the "athletic" events offered:
Volleyball and Varsity and Reserve Basketball teams who participated
inter-scholastically with area schools.
Miss Gavron, what are you teaching h1m'P?
Daun and Pam mastering the twirly-whirly of chop-sticks. It must be good . . . whatever it is.
Connie McClelland Pam Rodabaugh Sue Bowling Beverly Wolford
Peg jolliff Brenda Steinman Susan Rodabaugh Glenda Perkins
Nadine Krepps Sadie Williams Daun Wolford Laura Lobdell
Rose Ann Launders Catherine Smith Margaret Smith Peg Morehart
P TTY C110 ED QUEE
tar Green Hand. Mark Hosafros - Crop. F. F. A. Queen - Patty Yates.
lonorary Chapter Farmer. Parents and friends enjoy banquet.
President - Rocky Hartman
Vice President - Mark I-losafros
Secretary - Brian Welly
Treasurer - Gary Wilson
Reporter - Tim Hill
Sentinel - Herb Launder
Student Advisor - jack Musgrave
Officers training at Bluffton College.
It must be an interesting meeting.
President Tish Reinking
Vice President R0d1'1CY Griffith
Secretary Becky Houdeshell
Treasurer Pearl Harris
Student Council Rep. Gloria Reigle
Diane serves punch at a tea for teachers in the Library. Flowers to decorate the library
More punch anyone?
Donna does research .
I DUSTRI LARTS CLUB
STANDING: Mr. Wagner, Randy Frysinger, Bob Houdeshell, John Gillette, Mark Price, Douglas Billingsly, Tom Main,
Clinton Judy, Ron Porter, Charels Combs, jim Beard, Harry Launder, George Middleton, john Beagle, Steve Miller.
SEATED: Fred Hartman, Bruce Cook, jim Krout, Wayne Bradford, Dan Anderson, Dave Hindall, Mike Clifford, Greg
Van Atta, Tim Glick, Richard Cook.
Randy receives the Golden Hammer award.
Randy Frysinger President
john Gillette Vice President
Dennis Beard Sec. -Treas.
Steve Miller Student Council Rep.
Chuck takes a break on the glider that was built
by the I.A. Dept. 59
ATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY
ROW ONE: KTOPQ Kent Brown, Jane Moses, Barb Wagner, Beth Musgrave, Becky Powell, Mark Hosafros. ROW TWO
Pam Rodabaugh, jenny Moses, Kathy Porter, Deb Kasunic, Barb Schemhl, Mark Wagner. ROW THREE: Brenda Stein
man, Bonnie Line, Pat Krout, Susie Krout, ROW FOUR: Carol Butler, Peggy Treece, Gloria Farison, Karen Weirauch
Delia Fields, Dan Yates, jim Inniger. ROW FIVE: Cherie Rower, Deb Branan, Mary Marquart, jill Musgrave, Denise
Rettig, Doug Morehart, Bob Pongtana.
President - Doug Morehart
Vice President - Kent Brown
Sec.-Treas. - jill Musgrave
Student Council Rep. - Denise Rettig
VAR ITY CLUB
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President - Tom Solt
Vice President - Mark Wagner
Sec. -Treas. - Rodney Griffith
Sgt. at Arms - Rick Oates
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SEATED: jill Musgrave, Patty Yates, Deb Drummelsmith, Paula Smith, Pearl Harris. STANDING: Tish Reinking, Jenny
Moses, Sandy Line, Mike Miller, Chuck Cramer.
President - jill Musgrave
Vice President - Patty Yates
Sec. -Treas. - jenny Moses
This year the Art Clul
made money be selling
confetti at the football 1
games and by making '
posters and signs for var-
ious clubs that wanted
their activities advertised
Class activities included
oil, water, and tempra
painting, rug making,
advertising design, and
the study of color and
effects in art.
Vickie refinishing her chest. Pearl decorates the Art Room.
I TER ATIO AL CLUB
OW ONE: QTOPQ Denis Fox, Catherine Smith, Paula Smith, Nancy Wright, Beth Musg-rave, Mike Salsbury, Mike Pep-
le, jon Inniger, jane Cole. ROW TWO: Jan Shellenbarger, Beth Welly, Lou Ann Bateson, Pam Gant, Janet Wilson,
am Frantz, Ron Wilch, Mike Grieser, ROW THREE: Barb Schmehl, Karen Morrow, Andrea Morehart, Tish Reinking,
Nancy Ellis, Delia Fields, jane Prochaska, Cindy Rower, Bob Pongtana, David Reamsynder. ROW FOUR: jane Hart-
an, Karen Weirauch, Lois Fry, jenny Hartman, Susie Krout, Deb Drummelsmith, Peggy Treece, Kathy Porter, Dottie
Ettaley, Mark Pepple, Randy Coldren.
President - Kathy Porter
Vice President - Bob Pongtana
Secretary - Cindy Rower
Treasurer - Dottie Staley
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ls it THAT boring???? What's so interesting Bob? ??
Cafeteria Workers, ROW ONE: QTOPJ Brad Beach, Mark
Hartman Rose Ann Launders Sharon Yoxtheimer D
Harris, Karen Yoxtheimer. R,OW TWO: jonathan Gilles-
pie, David Baldwin, Darlene Yantis, Maxine Helms,
Ruth Frey, Andrea Morehart. ROW THREE: jeff Glick,
Donald Harris, Kit Byal, Mary Marquart, Deb Gant,
Lois Frey, Beatrice Welly, Susan Bowling.
Ushers, ROW ONE: QTOPJ Rodney Griffith,
Dean Branan, Larry Hindall, ROW TWO:
jim Staley, jay Follas, John Beagle.
Office Help, ROW ONE: QTOPQ jim Russell, Tom Solt,
james Nicholson, john Reinking, Rick Oates. ROW
TWO: jeff Staley, jim Inniger, Dave Rossman, Eric
Pearson, Kent Brown, ROW THREE: jan Shellenbarger,
Barb Wagner, Bonnie Line, Rosalee Beagle, ROW FOU
jane Moses, Brenda Steinman, Pam Rodabaugh, Nadin
Krepps, Lou Ann I-loyt, Kathy Porter, Dottie Staley.
Public Address Announcers: Rodney Griffith,
Peggy Treece, Jim Inniger.
LEADER HIP AWARD
"I Dare You" Award from the Danforth Foundation Leadership Banquet.
to Dave Rossman and Cherie Rower.
ie Good Citizenship Award from the Daughters of The American Teachers as well as suidents attend the banquet.
evolution presented to Dan Wilch, Peggy Treece, and Deb
.A .A. Awards for outstanding girls in Football Awards. Varsity Basketball Cheerleader Awards.
olleyball and basketball.
ther Awards Include: The American Legion Senior Award, which is the highest award presented to high school students, was
Narded to Denise Rettig and Doug Morehart. The Student Council School Service Award was presented to Dave Rossman and
U IORA D E IOR PLAY
TOP ROW: Barb Schmehl, '
Dave Smith, Rick Tidd, Brian
Welly, Nancy Rinehart, Beth
Musgrave, Dave Pifer, Rodney
Griffth, Dwayne Woodard,
john Reinking. BOTTOM ROW:
Becky Powell, Patty Yates,
Gloria Reigle, Susie Walters,
janet Wilson, Dave Rossman.
TOP ROW: jim Inniger, jenny
Moses, Bob Pongtana, Doug
Morehart, Mark Wagner, Rick
Oates, Chuch Cramer, Cindy
Rower, jenny Hartman,
Catherine Smith, Susan Krout,
BOTTOM ROW: Karen Weih-
rauch, Gloria Farison, jane
Moses, Kathy Porter, Marlene
Clevenger, Tim Bash.
This was the first year that
the junior and Senior plays
were combined. The play was
given on April 16 and 17. It
was titled "PAINT THE TOWN
PINK". Our directors were
Mrs. Kaye Claphan and Mrs.
Vera Musgrave. Our student
directors were Nancy Rine-
hart and Cindy Rower.
'CAGE OF AQ ARI ,v THEME FOR PROM
One of the highlights of every school year is the junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. This night is
looked forward to by the members of the junior and Senior Classes as well as members of the Sophomore
class who participate as servers at the banquet.
The 1971 Banquet and Prom took place Friday evening, May 28. The gym was decorated in the
fashion to carry out the theme "The Age of Aquarius." Zodiac signs were placed at varying angles on
the crepe-paper walls which enclosed the dining and dancing areas. At each place at tables set for
four was centered with a small zodiac charm.
The menu consisted of a Toast to the Dawn, followed by Roast of Taurus, Moon in the 7th House,
Planets in the Milky Way, Potato au Mars, Cresent Rolls and Star Dust, and ending with Golden Dream,
Aquarian Brew, and Gemini Sweets.
The announcement of the tragic death of Beth Musgrave shocked everyone in attendance. The prom,
being planned with so much of Beth's help, went on as originally scheduled as a tribute to her.
The music for dancing was provided by "The Boxcar" featuring both fast and slow songs.
Post-prom activities took place at Lehmann's Lodge in Fostoria, Ohio, where swimming, bowling,
miniature golf, and pool highlighted the early morning hours. Also cards, snacking , and napping were
enjoyed by many.
The Banquet, Prom, and Post-Prom offically ended back in the school district with the class break-
fasts. The Senior class and chaperones were served in the home of Peggy Treece, and the juniors and
Sophomore servers in the home of David Pifer.
Many thanks are to be extended to the junior Class and their sponsor who made the prom a reality
for all those involved.
E IOR RECEIVE 43, 301 CHOLARSHIP
Gloria Jean Reigle
Pamela Gail Rodabaugh
David Alan Rossman
Peggy Belle Treece
Barbara Sue Wagner
Kent Theodore Brown - 3120 annual scholarship from
BGSU--totalling 3400 for 4 years,
also a 3100 scholarship from the
Marathon Oil Foundation Inc.
Larry Alan Hindall - 32, 700 scholarship from Davis jr.
College of Business.
james Paul Inniger - 32,000 annual scholarship hom
Otterbein College totalling
38, 000 for 4 years.
Susan Marie Krout - 3100 grant from the Arlington Lions
ni Bonnie Jean Line - 3400 nursing scholarship from the
Blanchard Valley Hospital Guild.
Mary Ellen Marquart - 3150 scholarship from the Arlington
Douglas Lee Morehart - 3100 grant from the Arlington
Church Basketball League.
jill Ann Musgrave - 3100 grant from the IOOF Lodge
Richard Anthony Oates - 33, 000 annual scholarship from
Capital University totalling
312, 000 for 4 years.
3100 practical nursing scholarship from Blanchard Valley Hospital Guild.
3300 scholarship from the Zonta Business Womens Club of Findlay and a 31, 200
annual scholarship from Tiffin University--totalling 32,400 for 2 years.
32, 200 annual scholarship from Otterbein College totalling 38, 800 for 4 years.
3650 annual scholarship from Stephens College--totalling 32, 600 for 4 years.
31, 350 annual scholarship from Otterbein College--totalling 35,400 for 4 years.
Many seniors received various awards at the general awards assembly. Gold Medal Awards were presented
to the following Seniors for completing courses of basic studies in business education: Nadine Krepps, Mary
Marquart, Bob Pongtana, Denise Rettig, Dottie Staley, and Sadie Williams.
Susan Krout completed her senior year with a perfect attendance record for which she was awarded a
The Betty Crocker Award in Home Economics went to Pat Krout.
Sunday, june 6, 1971-2:00 p.m.
High School Auditorium
THE ORGAN PRELUDE
PROCESSIONAL. . "Pomp 8 Circumstance" . . Elgar
THE CHORAL CALL TO WORSHIP ...... Porter
"O Worship The Lord"
THE INVOCATION ..... Rev. Richard O. Kasunic
fArlington United Methodist Churchj
THE HYNEN ........... The Congregation
"Faith of Our Fathers! Living Still"
THE SCRIPTURE READING . . . Rev. Robert Farison
Qlformer Pastor, Bible Fellowship Churchj
THE ANTHEMS . . .
"Questions" ............... Cohen
"We've Only just Begun" ......... Nichols
THE CLASS SERMON ...... Rev. Robert Farison
THE BENEDICTION . . .
SPOKEN ........ Rev. Richard O. Kasunic
CHORAL ............... Woodbury
"May The Grace Of Christ Our Saviour"
THE RECESSIONAL .......... Mendelssohn
"War March Of The Priests"
fThe audience will remain seated during the Proces-
sional and Recessionalj
THE ORGAN POSTLUDE
Organist - Mrs. Thomas McDougle ,
Director - Ronald C. Cable Rev' Robert Fanson
Senior Escorts Karen
Weirauch, Mark Wagne
Mrs. Thomas McDougle Kathy, you can't cry yet!
The juniors are invading! just think, you can wear caps and We've got to do this again tonight?!
gowns next year.
Sunday, june 6, 1971
High School Auditorium
-8:00 p. rn. -
PROCESSIONAL . . "Pomp 8 Circumstanceu . . Elgar
INVOCATION ......... Rev. Richard Match
QGood Hope Lutheran Churchj
ADDRESS ........... David Alan Rossman
SALUTATORY ....... Kent Theodore Brown
VALEDICTORY ......... Peggy Belle Treece
INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER .... Donald Follas
QPresident, Arlington Board of Educationj
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ..... Mr. Bob Clark
Washington News Correspondent
American Broadcasting Company
SCHOLARSHIPS ......... Robert E. Cooper
Peggy Belle Treece Kent Theodore Brown lprincipalf Arlington High Schooll
Valedictorian Salutatomn PRESENTATION or CLASS .... Robert E. Cooper
ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS AND PRESENTATION OF
' DIPLOMAS ............ Robert A. Smith
fSuperintendent, Arlington Local Schoolsj
and Donald Follas
BENEDICTION ........ Rev. Richard Match
RECESSIONAL ............ Mendelssohn
"War March Of The Priests"
fThe audience will remain seated during the Proces-
sional and Recessionalj
Organist-Mrs. Thomas McDougle
Mr. Robert Smith, Mr. Robert Cooper, Minister Counselor
Payong Chutikul from the Royal Thai Embassy, Washington,
D . C .
Mr. B b Cl k w sh' - C
BroadcoastinZr6om:anilngton News Correspondent, American Smile, ws au over! ! IS that au?
David Alan Rossman Senior AND. . .l'm not coming I wonder if it's signed? Would ya look at
Class President. baflkl Y l That! !
SCENE AT GRADU TIO
ARLINGTON REE DEVILS
Kent, is the diploma for sitting
Well, it's like this. . .
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Mr. Cable, It's graduation not a honeymoon!
I d1dn't realize it was this far
Bob and Minister Counselor Payong
Congratulations Bonnie .
Af last, my diploma' 72 Let's go! We're on in 10 minutes.
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Bame Bateson Boutwell Boyko Butte Camper Claphan Cole
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Cole Coppler Dirmeyer Dreru Ferrell Fletcher Follas Frantz
Kim Beth jerry Tammy Lee Beth Kevin David
Gillette Gossman Hartman Harvitt Houck jolliff jolliff Kaberna
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Ronnie Tony Chris jim Tina jeff Ike Philip
Kagy Kuhlman Matheny Morehart Pearson Pepple Poole Rankey
Tony Cindy Scott jennifer
Redick Reigle Risser Romick
MISS PAULA HOFFMAN
Cedar Cliff High School
Ricky Loren erry Tonya Chris Billy Rodney Davld
Best Crawford Fletcher Fletcher Mc Clelland Miller Re ichley Relgle
MRS. ETHELANN STUMPP
Whitmer High School
Bowling Green State University
MRS. LORETTA G. SMITH
Special Reading Teacher
Buckskin Valley High School
Ohio State University
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MRS. NEVA KEMERLY
Mt. Blachard High School
CLASS OF 1982 FIRST GRADE
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Gary Gene Timmy Kelly Debra Sam
Brauneller Brinkman Crawfonil Davis Decker Elias
Mark Sandra Barbara Greg Lisa Neil
Gillespie Glick Greiner Hartman Jolliff Karhoff
jonathan Kala Karen Scott Lisa Kim
Match Myers Oates Saum Schaller Smith
MRS . ETHEL WILLEKE
jeff Brenda Dunkirk High School
Spurck Wooten Ohio Northern University
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CLASS OF 1982 FIRST GRADE
Pamela Charles Denise
Anderson Beagle Boyko
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Cheryl Elizabeth Shelley
Freed Goings I-lackenberger
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LOri Wesley jeff
jolliff Knickel Lowder
MRS. MURIEL MUSGRAVE
Arlington High School
Bowling Green State University
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Greiner Harvilt Hendricks Houdeshell Howard Inbody
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Amy Virginia Randall Rian Scott Sheryl
Mc Clelland Middleton Miller Myers Reigle Rettig
Terry jerry Connie
Romick Ruppright Smith
MRS. WILLO HUFFMAN
Continental High School
Bowling Green State University
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Redick Saum Shearer
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Dothan High School
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Randy Douglas Jolene Ricky
Myers Oates Rader Rettig
Holly Darlene Randy Connie M W
Suter Van Atta Wolford Yates Iv1RS , EVA KING
Absent: Mike Fink
Arcadia High School
Bowling Green State University
CLASS OF 19 0 THIRD GRADE
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Alge Anderson Baldwin Best Brauneller Drerup Elias
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Carl Alan Melonie Susan Jennifer Kurt Steve
Fagan Farrell Gillette Grohoske Grove Heminger Horton
Renee Penny Robin David Eddie Bill Bob
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ERS. MARCIA SHELLENBARGER
,rlington I-Iigh School
Karen David Todd
Rankey Romick Sabbe
Kim Bonnie Kent
Slough Smith Wi1SOn
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Crawford Essinger Gossman Grostick Lowder
Becky Robin Susan Clark Steve
Mille Myers Neal Phillips Reichley
MISS BETTY FOLTZ
Findlay High School
Bowling Green State University
CLASS OF 1979 FO RTH GRADE
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Beagle Billingsley Claphan Farthing Framz
Jeanine Bruce Lisa Kenny Cena
Harris Higgins Hindall Horton Hubbell
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MRS. SUSAN FERGUSON
Rossford High School
Bowling Green State University
CLASS OF 1978 FIFTH GRADE
Bruce Dawn Sandra Sam Mike jamie Bill
Alge Beach Bower Bowling Businger Cooper Cramer
Joe jeff Greg Barbara Lori Patti Glen
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Berner High School, N.Y.
Senior at Findlay College
MRS. WAVELLENE MCDEVITT
Robert Darlene Lima Central High School
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had the privelege this year in having
two Findlay College seniors in the
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direction of a cooperating teacher.
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and zeal to recruit good teachers.
The fifth grade interns this year
have been Miss Ann Riley of Findlay,
Ohio, and Mr. Drew Rogers of Mec-
hanichsburg, Penn. They will receive
their Bachelor of Science in Education
degrees in june.
MISS ANN RILEY B .
Findlay High School ermce
Senior Findlay College 85 Wally
CLASS OF 1977 SIXTH GRADE
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Beagle BOSSe Busing er Ess inger Feller Grostick Hartman
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Sharon Senior High
Tyler Jin Findlay College
CLASS OF 1977 SIXTH GRADE
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Vickie models for the camera
The Karens hard at work.
Our new cheerleaders--Dan, Dave, jim, Tim.
SUPERINTENDENT: ROBERT A SMITH PRINCIPAL: ROBERT E. COOPER
Mr. Smith has had to face many difficult problems Mr. Cooper handles all the problems that arise in
this year. This is his second year at Arlington High a school day. He is always there to help students and
School and he has continued through his tireless efforts faculty when help in needed. Through his ideas and
to make this small school an outstanding one in the organization the school has been able to achieve things
state. He takes great pride in the school. never before thought possible. He aids students in
planning their future after graduation. He continously
strives to heighten the school's educational standards.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Vice President, Kieth jolliff, President, Donald Follas,
Robert Wagner, Elden Smith, and Paul Pepple.
SCHOOL SECRETARY: Mrs. Peggy Corbin
As school secretary, Mrs. Corbin does her best
in helping the school affairs run smoothly. Tele-
phone calls, typing, and organization are a few of
her many jobs.
STUDY HALL MONITOR: Mrs. Doris Weihrauch
The key for creating good study habits is to
provide a quiet place in which to study. Mrs.
Weihrauch undertakes this challenge full time.
SCHOOL CLERK: Mr. Rayniond Carey
As well as providing a more efficient method
of handling the school's finances, Mr. Carey with
his sense of humor, adds real meaning to pride for
SCHOOL PATROL: Mrs. Dorothy Wagner
Mrs. Wagner promotes safety for the child-
ren of the school. Her job is to help the children
across the busy street in the morning when school
begins, at lunch time and when school is out at
the end of the day.
HIGH SCHOUL FACULTY
I-IISTORY--ENGLISH: MR. JAMES EDIE
Mr. Edie, informs his students about
the events of the past and present. By
communicating through History and Eng-
lish courses, he presents these ideas,
LIBRARY: MRS. CHIERYL MATUSIK
In our library, Mrs. Matusik, is our
guide for seeing the world through the
eyes of books.
LANGUAGES: MRS. LUCIA WELLY
Mrs. Welly helps students learn the art of under-
standing different languages. She teaches French,
Latin and English.
HISTORY--ENGLISH: MRS. KAYE CLAPHAN
Mrs. Claphan instructs her students to
understand the usage of words so that they
can convey their thoughts on the issues of
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
BUSINESS: MRS. ELIZABETH KNIGHT
Mrs. Knight is the leading exponent in business
education. She teaches Office Practice, Steno-
graphy, Typing and Bookkeeping. She is also the
sponsor of the National Honor Society.
BUSINESS: MR. DAVID JOHNSON
Mr. Johnson teaches Business Math, Consumer Economics,
General Business, Record Keeping, Personal Typing and
journalism. By his teaching, he prepares students to enter in
MATHEMATICS: MR. DONALD TRIER
Here, Mr. Trier is helping, Dave, one of his many math
students with a problem.
SCIENCES: MR. GLOVER WEBB
Mr. Webb is busy preparing to meet his
Science students to show them the aspects
of developing pictures.
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR: MR. DAVID ECHOLS
The possibilities for furthering ones education are
endless. Mr. Echols aids the students in the planning of
their future careers and education. He is also the head
ART: MRS. JOAN SCHMIDT
The Art department holds many of the students
interest, Mrs. Schmidt grades her students on the
quality of their work.
MUSIC: MR. RONALD CABLE
The field of music is taught by Mr. Cable. He
highlighted the year with the creation of the Pocket
Edition, and with numerous concerts.
HOME ECONOMICS: MISS MAUREEN GAVRON
Miss Gavron teaches Home Economics, Tailor-
ing, and Family Living. In these subjects the stu-
dents learn home management and other domestic
HIGH SCHOUL FACULTY
AGRICULTURE: MR. FRED MENGERT
Mr. Mengert is the sponsor of F. F.A. , O. I. T. ,
and the annual staff. He is very dedicated in his
work with the students and the school.
PHYSICAL ED. : MRS. BONNIE BASINGER
As well as teaching Phy. Ed. to elementary and
high school students, Mrs. Basinger has a great in-
terest in school athletics. She advises the G. A. A. ,
Pep Club, and the Cheerleaders.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS: MR. GERALD WAGNER
Mr. Wagner is always willing to help students. He
helps the students develop their skills of craftsmanship in
his Industrial Art classes. I-Ie also shows great skill in his
coaching of the B. V. C. Basketball Champs.
PHYSICAL ED: MR. MICKY DAVIS
Mr. Davis teaches physical education to elem-
entary and high school students. He helps the
students to develop strong bodies. I-Ie also is the
THE BLOCK SYSTE
GRADE 8: MRS. NANCY BROBST
Under the block system, Mrs. Brobst teaches
English, Spelling and History. She also instructs
an experimental class of English Composition.
GRADE 7: MR. STEVE BASINGER
As well as being an outstanding football
coach, Mr. Basinger, is also a Science and Soc-
ial Studies teacher.
SPECIAL EDUCATION: MR, JOHN SPARKS
Mr. Sparks, aids those students that need more time
in learning new things.
LIBRARY: MRS. RACHEL I-IARTMAN MUSIC: MRS. SALLY MCDOUGIE
Mrs. Hartman works vigorously in her new Mrs. McDougle is kept very busy teaching the
position as Elementary Librarian. She helps the elementary children the basic fundamentals of
students to learn the proper use of the library. music. She plays a very important part in the
This will give them an advantage in high school. development of the students voices and other
Mrs. Hartman also works as a cashier in the musical talents. Mrs. McDougle knows how to
cafeteria. make music interesting and fun.
TEACHERS AID: MRS. EVELYN OATES
Teacher's Aid is a new position this year in the
elementary. As a teacher's aid Mrs. Oates is the
secretary to the elementary principal. She also is
playground and studyhall monitor. She assist the
County Health Nurse in giving hearing and eye test
to the students. Mrs. Oates helps all the elementary
teachers so that they can have more time to devote
to their classes.
SCHGOL E PLOYEE
COOKS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Opal Best, Mrs. Ester Bormuth, Mrs. Isabelle
Marquart. CAFETERIA MANAGER: Mrs. Dortha Mengert.
CUSTODIAN: Mr. Oscar Fields. I
CUSTODIAN: Mr. Raymond Essinger
BUS DRIVERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Ronald Gossman, Mr. Windell Grieser,
Mr. Robert Russell, Mrs. Elenor Rettig, Mr. Dale' Hartman, and Mr. Wilbur
TEACHER PARTICIP TEI
EARTH D Y
Teachers and students arrive school after a long ride.
Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Brobst still have
a smile after their journey.
Miss Gavorn hiding
behind Mr . Switzer.
Teachers eating a good breakfast at the johnny Appleseed Restaurant.
Some students joined the teachers on their hike.
109 Teachers are Very hungry after their long pedal.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Butler, Bonnie Line, Patty Yates, Denise Rettig, jenny Moses, john Remking,
Doug Morehart, Barb Wagner, jane Moses, Susie Walters, Gloria Reigle, Beth Musgrave, Peggy
Treece, Patty Krout, Karen Morrow, Kathy Porter.
Co- editors--jenny Moses
Elementary editor--Bonnie Line
Faculty editor--Carol Butler
Art Work--Doug Morehart
Snapshot editor--john Reinking
High School editor--Pat Krout
Senior editor--Barb Wagner
Sports editor--jane Moses
Club editor--Gloria Reigle
Advertising, sales--Kathy Porter
Faculty advisor--Fred Mengert
junior assistants: Delia Fields, Patty Yates, Nancy Ellis, Mark Wagner, Barb Schmell, Susie Walters, Karen
Morrow, Beth Musgrave.
The 1971 Excelsior Staff sincerely hopes that everyone enjoys this year's annual. We would like to thank
everyone who gave their time and efforts in making this possible. We thank the students and the teachers
who posed for the pictures used to make up the annual.
A special THANKS to Mr. Mengert for his time and efforts.
Alan Ray Wolford, Sr. R.Ph.
Arlington, Ohio 45814
Complete Prescription Service
ARLINGTON GIFT SHOPPE
Gifts for all Occasions
Trudy J. Wolford
Arlington, Ohio 45814
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EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY
One Mile North and One Mile West of Arlington, Ohio
Phone Arlington 365-5521
"Acres of Used Equipment and Tiresu
MARGARET'S BEAUTY LOREN E. BIBLER
VILLAGE BARBER SI-
SHOP INSURANCE Arlington 110 N. Main Street
North Maifl Ash Hardware, Paint,
Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio Shoes Hairstyling
Tax Service Razorcutting
Phone 365-5642 Phone 365-5667
Phone 365-5136 Phone 365-5522
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EXCAVATING INSURANCE AGENCY
Arlington, Ohio Arlington, Ohio
Phone 365-5040 45814
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North Main Street
H. K. TREECE M.D.
Zenith 4 Color TV
B8cW 4 Stereo
Sales and Service
S. W. FINK M.D.
123 North Main St.
Open: 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. Fridays to
Mt, Blanchard, Ohio Ohio 8 om- Closed
Mt. Blanchard Mondays
Ohio Parking in Rear
Compliments of BLUFFTON PRECAST 1
GEIGER AND DILLER CONCRETE PRODUCTS SMITH HARDWARE
BLUFFTON STONE CO. Mer1'5 Wear CO- , ,
Foot Wear Plumbing and Heating
P,O, Box 26 Route 2, P.O. Box 104 J Oh-
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Phone 358-6941 Phone 3264343
Jenera, Ohio LAUNDEEEHBARBER
Phone 326-4444 C4195 .
Grain - Seeds - Coal Jenera' Ohm
Farrirgdggies Phone 326-4201
Sundays 84 Holidays
MAC AND BOB
24 Hour Wrecker Service
231 East Front Street
107 Allen Ave.
Findlay, Ohio 45840
Rural Route 4
404 E. Sandusky
BEST FORD SALES
"BEST" in Transportation Needs!
SMITH FARM IMPLEMENT, INC.
Allis-Chalmers Sales and Service
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RESTAURANT AND BOWLING
LA N Dry Roasted, Crisp Coated Nuts
Congratulations to the Class of 1970
With An Always Fresh Snappy,
Drink Holstein Milk
because it's the Best
PIFER STONE COMPANY
Paclamar Sunshine Torrence
We Grind Our Own Hamburger
CHAR STEAK HOUSE
600 Trenton Avenue
Open 24 Hours
2 Blocks East
Of I-75 On
Member ofthe Ohio Association of Real
Estate Boards and the National
Association of Real Estate Boards.
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Grain Seeds Farm Supplies
Bulk Feed Delivery
JERRY'S SL EVE'S
Rt. 68 8a 30 N.
427 South Main
'Selling America's Number One Car
DICK,S AUTO SUPPLY
All Parts and Accessories
349 Midland Avenue
Aluminum, Brass, Tool Steel, Etc
"Custom Blend Fertilizers"
Two Miles East of Arlington
on State Road l03 One-I-Ialf
Mile North on County Road 182.
DR. SPRAGG AND
DR. WINTERS, INC.
612 N. Main
THE FARMERS 8: MERCHANTS BANK
A Full Service Bank
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TRAUTMAN MOBILE HOME SALES INC.
4400 North Main St.
Findlay, Ohio 45840
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K-T EQUIPMENT RENTAL INC.
445 Western Avenue Findlay, Ohio
Construction Industrial Home
Tractors And Tools, Air Compressors, Mowers
Tillers, Floor Sanders, Polishers, Concrete Tools,
Wallpaper Steamers, Electric Hand Tools, Vacuums,
Scaffold, Heaters, and Pumps.
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this Marathon service station lfyou are not
satisfied with such products or services send
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days from the date of such purchase and
your money will be promptly refunded
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ABC'S TO PONDER
FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1971
WE WISH YOU ALL GOOD THINGS IN THE FUTURE
COOPBI' coopen TIRE s. nuBBEn CQMPANY
TIRES FINDLAY, cn-no 45840
BEST WISHES SENIORS!
From The Friendly Folks At . . .
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BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '71
FORT FINDLAY VILLAGE
Raymond Carroll Beauty Salon
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WEST' OF BY-PAS ON STATE RTE 224 W.
Over the By-Pass and Under Your Budget
Open 7 Days A
Gasoline v Fuel Oil
101 Perry Street
Fostoria, Ohio 44830
Senior Picture Photographer
Complete Line Of
HANCOCK HYBIRDS INC
700 WESTERN AVENUE
FINDLAY, OHIO 45840
MILLER MOTOR SALES
For the best in Used Cars
1212 Blanchard Ave.
Business 8L Farm Business
Accounting Management OHIO CONVEYOR 8a SUPPLY INC.
1310 North Main Street
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WORLD S LARGEST TAX SERVICE
917 E. Sandusky St. General Office
Hancock Co. Carl Kliesch
Fairgrounds 237 W. Center - 435-8589
Findlay, Ohio 45840 Fostoria, Ohio 448 30
BRlNDLE'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO
2716 North Main St.
Open evenings till 9P.M.
Manufacturers Of Quality Concrete
Culvert Pipe - Sewer Pipe f Drain Tile
John M. Stough,
Pres. and Gen. Manager
Robert L. Niswander,
14191423-0862 Findlay, Ohio
400 Walnut St.
TASTY TATERS INC.
37 Years Experience
237 Prospect Ave.
B 8a J PHOTO, INC.
"Your Photographic SL Audio Visual
We're Close for Your Needs
"The Hub of Northwestern Ohio"
REMEMBER TODAY IN PICTURES
Bob McManness President
464 Sandusky Street
STRAIT AND HATHWAY
South Side Marathon
South Main And
The Class Owl FORNE'S BRAKE SERVICE
123-125 East Front Street
P O Box 450 Findlay, Ohio
NATIONAL LIME 84 STONE
Complete Line ofNational
Findlay - Carey
HANCOCK GAS SERVICE
INC- THE TARBOX-MCCALL
Lima AVCIIUC at RI. 68 Manufacturers Of
By Pass Crushed Stone
Findlay, Ohio 422-4373
852 Western Avenue
Complete Lp Gas Service Findlay, Ohio
HAWKINS 232 Center sr., Findlay, 0.
500 Lima Avenue
Fmdlay' Ohm Bud Warren 8L Larry White
MASONRY SERVICE CO.,
DfBfA Bruce B. Bryan 8L Son
Cement Products And
409 W. Main Cross St. - 422-1182
' Bottled Under Authority
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I i lm By The Findlay
, COCA COLA BOTTLING
Q. , 6565
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2-1 Findlay, Ohio
RESTAURANT AND BOWLING
Congratulations to the Class of 1971
l.El'l'EH'S MARKET AND FHUZEN F0011 Wil
Ierry and Iinny Loy
- - DEALERS IN IRON, METAL AND PAPER STUCK
Phone 326-5273 'P P O BOX 367
MAIN STREET IENERA, OHIO F NDI- OHIO
GERALD S FENBERG PHONE 422 7763
Route if 68
Arlington, Ohio 45814
CLAIRE C. BASH
423 S. Main
214 South Main St.
Union 76 Products
Be Sure With Pure
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
Corner of Rt. 103 And 37
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
Hogs - Cattle 4 Lambs
621 s. Main sp, Findlay, o.
CENTER STREET RESTAURANT
110 Center Street
329 South Main Street
Men - Students
WALTER SHOE STORE
331 South Main
828-30 N. Main St.
625 South Blanchard
422,4872 Phone 422-5714
compliments of PORTER Music co. ELECTRIC
DR MILES R. KARDATZKE 530 south Main 413 N h M .
DR FRED R. ROSEBROOK Findlay, Ohio Siiet am
Practice Of Optometry 422-3015 Findlay, Ohio
620 south Main street Findlay's Complete 422-2984
Findlay, Ohio Music Store Wholggalg Only
SAVINGS 8: LOAN
127 E. Main Cross
DR. M. D. BAIR AND
DR. M. D. BAIR
DR. R. A. O'HEREN
DR. R. J. HERR
Ph. C4193 422-3472
125 West Sandusky St.
701 Howard 8L
112 W. Front St.
615 Trenton Ave.
West on Rt. 224
Best Wishes to
The Class of"71"
HERBERT A. MAHL
C0mP1imCHtS Of Compliments of Compliments Compliments of
DR. RICHARD C. hgQ?5.FIiIg12TO8L JOHN SAUSSER
RHOTON ' OLD TAVERN
227 Rector Avenue
STEEL CO. INC.
"'Hot from the Oven',
At GROMAN'S MUSIC
Sales - Rentals
729 N. Main
FU RNITURE CO
508 South Main
GARNER TRUCKING ASS'N OF NORTHERN FINDLAY POWER Compliments of
INC. OHIO EQUIPMENT COMPANY
1509 Logan Ave.
1206 Lima Avenue
1331 Lima Avenue
45840 See Us for Phone 422-5111 Findlay, Ohio
LANAGAN 1 1
CONSTRUCTION CO. .
Robert L. Lanagan WILSON
. . SANDWICH
Steel Buildings Findlay- Ohio
Pole Barns L
Compliments of RECREATION
MAX'S BARBER BOWLING
ZIEROI-F53 BINDEL'S MAYTAG SHOP LANES
Clothes Men Like CENTER 113 N. Main St. 132 W E.
422-6954 F irldlay, Ohio Crawford St.
214 South Main St.
Open Bowling for
i Findlay, onid Ph' 423-9121 Students-45a
i 45840 per lane
Compliments of .
1 Compliments of
PLOTTS Compliments of ST ACY
LEIQJSEER INSURANCE MONTGOMERY
PHOTO CENTER WARD
Phone 423-2365 Findlay, Ohio
215 South Main
913 North Main St.
till 9 p.m.
STURMS MARKET PI b
CIIUCICS SOHIO am urges
C fs h 800 Lima Avenue 1225 Tiffin Ave.
Ofnislo, out Findlay, Ohio
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Phone 424-9187 Mcuonam Landp, p
CRAMER MARINE, FINDLAY BODY CAPITAL TIRE
INC' REPAIR CO. SHOP
Evinrude Motors MARKET Complete Body and Goodyear Tires
AMF Power Equip.
717 Western Ave.
873 S. Blanchard
On The Farm
414 W. Main Cross
Phone 423-0774 Findlayi Ohio Findlay, Ohio
Compliments of JONES RADIO 88 TV SIMON 88 SMITH
Compliments of 504 BARBERS
GRIBBENS E. Sandusky SI.
MARINE THE OHIO BANK Findlay, Ohio 6 Fnll Time
INC. 84 45840 Barbers
SAVINGS CO- Sylvania Sales 107 East Sandusky
Rural Route 2 8L Service St., Findlay, O.
Findlay Findlay- FOI' App01I'lUl'1Cflt
' 423-1916 call 422-3485
BRINK'S WISHING aid Tianidn Ave. DOWN SUDS THE
WELL Findlay, Onid DRIVE-IN BANKERS LIFE
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