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I To MERRILL LaRUE DENNIS, who gave his heart and mind in service
to our Alma Mater, who was ready and willing at all times to give us wise
counsel and clean understanding for all our difficulties-our County Superin-
tendent-we affectionately DEDICATPI TIIIS AIJENIAN.
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GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING
LEE D. SHEARER
R. E. DICKERSON
E. T. AR NOLD
R. E. WALKER, Other Member of the Board
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U. M. CASE, Clerk
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RAY B. ROSHON
SUPERINTISNIJENT OF SCHOOLS
B. S. in Ed.
Liberty Union High School
Ohio Slate University
TEACHER OF AMERICANS PROISLEMS
A big, broad man, whose face
bespoke mihunest innnwithin.
ERMA MARY BAYER
A. IS. PRINCIPAL
Mount Union College
Strasburg High School
LATIN AND AMERICAN HISTORY
Washington 8: Jefferson College
Martins Ferry High School
ALGEBRA, GENERAL SCIIQNUIC, PHYSICS
SU wellwknow PHYSICAL ED. AND ATHI.Ii'l'C IJINECIKJIQ
ller own, that what she wills to do or say Surely never did there ever live on 1-:nth :i
Seems wisest, virtuousest, cliscreetest. man of kindlier nature.
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A. B. College of Wooster
Ohio University Adfna High School ' I
Adena High School 5-:ximian AND HISTORY
MATH., BIOLOGY, MANUAL TRAINING She du.-5 lime kindnesgeg, -I
For me, there is no pleasure so great Whifh most lfsavf' undone. In L
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II or on ERNEST VOLPE I I
W ' 5,1155 LOUISE LQRENTZ TIQACIIER OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
I Ohio University Naples Conservatory, Italy
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Margaret Crawford John Lopo fBoysl
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PAUL l.eROY BURDICK
April 29, 1910 june 27, 1927
Paul won the sincere friendship and admiration of his many
friends, schoolmates and associates by his pleasing personality.
During his school life he was interested in many activities. I-le
was Assistant Athletic Manager in his Junior year and he would
have been Manager in his Senior year: he acted as Toastmaster
at our Annual junior and Senior Banquet, and in the junior
Play, "Sunshine" he took the leading role.
His home life was such as to reflect credit not only on his
parents, but also on his own personal character as a young man
Paul was a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal
Church of Adena and was loyal to it till the time of his death.
just a few hours before he met death, he was seen faithfully
fulfilling his duty as an usher in the Public Service.
On june 27th, 1927, he was suddenly called away from us
and today the class of "28" cherish the memory of their devoted
Oh! For thc touch of a vanished hand
And the sound of a voice that is still.
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"Wlivn Duty XVl1iSlwl's Low: 'Tlmu must," "Grave NYIIS in ull IH-1' SIPPN.
Thv Youth rvblies. "I win." Hvaven H1 llfll' "NUS-I A I H
immximii 1. -1: izusvlmil ig mass Vmy Qi: 'll 'lVl"'5 !"ST""' '1'g""5 "H" 'We'
Uluss Treusurvi' 33 Vo-lieliini' of Annual sl. pings 1-my gg' .15 smfiul I-Jaliliu' uf .Xnnmil fl
MARY li. ISATTISTA "I"issi0"
"At lmskvtlmzlll she bouts ihvm all.
As liuliinincz she's no fake,
Sho plays with Qu:-ie, she- aims to plvzisv -
Um' "1XIury" takes the- mike."
llnslwilmll 1. 2, 'l, lfilllllllll 'ig Class I'luy 2:
'l'i':1c-k l: Girls Atlile-iiv Editor 01' Aiiiiiml.
JOSEPH MFITRE "MOGll'3" HICLICN l'. llI'lA'I'H MIBALDY -IR." 2
'Tuciferatvrl logic kills mo quitv. "A lovuhlv. playful. zwliw girl,
.X noisy mam is allways in tho rigzliif' Xlfliimsivzil. witty :md wisr-."
Football! 1, 2. 3. Faptaiii 3: l:?lS0lHlll 1, 2. 3. 4: llaskvilmull 1. 2, 33 Ulwei' liemlm-r', -lg Flziss
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lm "Nu wlu-I" so hisy il man :ls he ther vas, "An honest mz1n's tho nolrlost wurli uf Goal.
T .Xml ye-t lu- sec-mm-ll Insler than he was. lI,IIIIIlIIIll 1' 2I 3I IlI IIlIISkIItlIIIll L QI :SI IlI
ll-11'ris:'ilIv l:I Orvln-Ttr'u and llzunl, 2, 3, -l: llllslllfmll lI l: fl-lllck ll
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CLARA BI. I"ARR.l'lLL "CLARA MAE"
"Of all tho girls lhut urv so smart,
l There's none liko Vlzmm Mae."
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High Svhoul l'upm' Staff 13 Annual Staff.
lll+Il,.I'IN li. UHANEY "l'HANl'IY" MAIHEARITI' A. CRAXVIPURID "l'l'1G
"A XYUIYIZIII mlxorl of such fine elements. --A llollullful lmlllly glrl Wllll xml, as llulll
'l'l1z1l wa-rv all virture and religion cloud. Us Nllnlnlor all-I-'
l Sllv'sl nmkv thc-m nvwly being' what she
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N no Vlulm 'lg High School l'z1per Sfuff 3, 43 Hlgh Stlhool Vapor Staff 3' 4: Basketball 2' 3
l lflllss may 2: Alllmlgm. 3: Gln-0 Club 4: Allvertlsing' Manager of Annual
I Alumni I-Iflitur of Annual. l'r'vslalv11t lhmstws Club.
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"Tu liz-ai' liim speak and swvetly smile. "He thinks too much-suvh men are dan- 8
You wi-rv in Paradise- the while." gowns."
Fmwtliall 1, 2. 3, lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, -I: l3an1l1,2,3,4g Play Manager 25 ll
'Fravk 1: Baseball 2, 3, 43
lliuh School l'a1ivr Staff 4: Class l'lay 43
Atlilvtio Editor of Annual 4.
l-'Al'I.lNlf2 ll. IIASTINOS "POLLY"
"1-lor voice was ever soft--
An excellent thing' in woman." Ill
Glee Club -l, Plans Svc-rvtary 3, Treasurer 43
Class Play 23 High Svlmul Paper Staff, 3
DOROTHY E. HENDERSHOT "DOT" HELEN L. WARD "VVARDIE" 3
"Give us tho girl whose happy life "ISL-loved hy all-but not vainly popular."
fs 'me 'f"""lU'a' mme' w W N llaskvtball 1, 2, 3, Gloe Club, 44
'lravk I: llass Play 2, 3: Pre:-1. L. L. Llass 23 High School paper Staff 3. 4: glass may 2' 3,12
Vlass llrc-sialont 3: Co-Editor of Annual:
A I Social Editor of Annual,
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"il's ihv songs ye sing' and the smile yn "Of him you know his nu-rii such-
wvzlr, NVe Cannot say-you lu-urvlon much."
'l'Ii:ii's aimukin' the sun shine evei-ywl1e1'v." Uwhestm 1' 2, 3' 4: Glw Club 4:
Shun' High 2: Fuuihull 1. 3. 41 llzxskcihull 3,-lg Uluss Play 2, -4: High Si-honl l'upv1' Staff 4:
lhisvliull 3, ig Class Play -13 Annual Stuff. Annual Stuff.
ULIYIC ll. SAIH-1l'IN'l' "0LLl.E"
"Many u flowvr- is burn to blush unseen,
and waste its swvuiiioss on the desert air."
Short C'r+iok l. 2, 3: Glee Ulub 43
I!l'I,X'l'RIl'l'I fl. STANLICY "RICA" 0lll'I'l"l'A I. ANTHUNY "DlQ'l"l'Y"
"A hauul to mlofu head to plain." "li's not hor air, hor form, hor face,
Hawiwille 1. Glen, muh 4, 'Tis thv mind that shinos in evvry g'i'z1c'0."
,. I ,I in V , .. V 'I I V. Hzirrisville lg Orvhesira IZ. 3, 43
Hibh bmhnul lupri Ttuft 3,-i, Lluss lvl,iy 2, 4, Secwmry-,prpasurer 4: C1100 Club 4:
Ff'Hf'11'0 lvdllvf' Of AIIHIHU- cms l'1uy 2, 3: High School impi-r Staff 3, 41
Art Editor of Annual.
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FARI. SLATES "SLA'l'S" MARTHA E. ISINNS "MARTHA -lAN.I'I"
"I slept and dreamed that life wus beauty: "l+'ziir was she to behold-
l wuko mul found that life was duty." That rnziirlen of svventven summers."
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YIQKNA li. CONLICY "Jl'ST Yl'IRNl5"
0 is pretty to walk witli,
And witty to talk with.
And plozisuiit. lam, to think nn."
l'urwenville, lm. 1, 2, 33 .-Xnuual Staff. 4.
"llEl,lS" MARGART T. FI'l'ZGI'IRALll "Fl'l'ZY"
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Annual Staff-1. Assistant Manager, 33 Annual Staff, I.
LICUNA M. HUGHES
XX'liy v:1n't they all be contented like mv?" hair."
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One beautiful September day in the year of 1924 thirty-five bril-
liant, industrous boys and girls enrolled in the Freshman class.
Like all other Freshmen we were oppressed, avoided, and shunned
by our upper classmen, and were obliged to pick our way among the Roses
and Thornes. With a will we resolved to rise under the despotic 1'ule of
our superiors, and were heard in Literary activities and were seen in
September again finds us divided from Freshmen into Sopho-
mores, we were granted more priveleges and liberty. Harrisville students
joined our happy throng making rivalry strong. But in spite of the in-
crease our class diminished below the original, some sought the short cut
to success by grasping at the shadow of opportunity,
Our third' lap brings us the title of Juniors. We were successful
as most Juniors are, but our class continues to decrease, the Reaper
called for one, a most genius mate, who was beloved by all and is greatly
missed by the members of our class.
We were represented in all activities, books first, in literary, plays
H9285 Four years have passed, "yes we are Seniors now," just
think how we fought oui' way up the hill from nothing, according to our
upperclassmen of '24. We have among us, Orators, Debators, Presidents,
Artists, Poets, Musicians, yes and Farmers too. Who would of predict-
ed such a production four years ago. We feel honored to relate that we
have established an unequaled record in Football, and are proud to speak of
our honorable mentions in all other activities.
The time is drawing nigh and we begin to realize that our youth in
school days is well spent, and our struggles were not in vain, with since1'e
regret we wonder if Old A. H. S. can survive without the class of '28 or
the class survive without Dear Old A. H. S. Adieu.
ROBERT CASSELLS, Class Historian
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.-! 1. And behold, there came into the land of A. H. S. in the year of ll
our Lord, 1925, a group of wide-eyed and open-mouthed beings, called- by Q
I' the Faculty "Freshmen"
E 2. In those days of the beginning they lost and gained. Q
, i 3. Some of their dearly beloved Classmates departed from the land,
. to go their respective ways apart from the little group, others joined them
I from the hills of York and Harrisville.
' I 4. They labored diligently throughout the years. Yea, though .
I I High School life is a happy one, they encountered many hardships, which
. they bore bravely.
, 5. And it came to pass, when the end of the first year drew nigh, 8
i , they found themselves looking forward to the next year with pleasant an-
1. In September 1926, the class again assembled in room B to take C'
up the more difficult task of being Sophomores.
2. They met with many obstacles but with strong minds and a
G-5, ready will, they easily overcame them.
if 3. Moreover their two most powerful enemies, Latin and Geometry,
,s they attacked vigorously and' were duly rewarded for their valor.
fi 4. Then, Mr. Gardner said unto th.em "The Master hast given .... ,
if unto each of you five talents. Let us use these and publish a newspaper,"
- I which they didg and to the joy of all it proved a success.
5. The days passed swiftly, and the end of the second' year drew
, 1. And it came to pass that in the third year of their High School
3 life, September 1927. They again entered the "Land of Learning." There
to abide and acquire greater knowledge.
2. They toiled faithfully, each using his talents in a way to best
serve his Master.
3. And behold, many people came to see them display these talents,
when the musical comedy "College Days" was presented before their eyes.
forward to the last year of their High School life, and the Faculty was well I
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gay but green Freshmen boarded the train for Adena High School. As
we entered snickers about "greenies" and "freshies', came from our upper-
zlassman, as they talked to one another. Anything and everything we
attempted to do was ridiculed by those above us. Of course we felt very
little beside those Seniors and Juniors but we "stuck it out" together and
after our initiation on October 18th, we were regular occupants of the
train, for a long but uneventful journey. Then we were derailed by final
examinations. Some could not get back on the track again, ten of our
classmates had decided the road was too rough and hard, so we left them
behind, but about five had boarded High school trains from other depots.
We were no longer "greenies" and "freshies" but that place was
left for the class of '31 to fill and we became Sophomores.
We stopped at the depot "Vacation" and departed from the Fresh-
man train to await the coming of the "Sophomore" A few of our friends
oecame discouraged at waiting so long so they departed from the class and
did not board the train with us again in September, but their places we1'e
filled by two new members. V
Miss Boyer became our Sophomore conductor and it was now our
turn to snicker at the oncoming "greenies." There were several dark
ways and tunnels for us to go through, namely: "Geometry" and "Latin."
But after a month of explaining on the tea.cher's part and hard work on
ours, we managed to see the light ahead, although it was sometimes dark-
ened by clouds of doubt.
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At the time when the birds of the featherd variety were winging
their way southward another flock of "birds" entered the portals of Adena
High School, in the number of more than fifty Freshmen. They tell us
that "birds" of a feather flock together." That is true because we came
from different families and different communities and still had one motive
in mind-a high school education.
When our "flock of many different varieties" first came together
in September as members of a unit known as the Freshmen Class of
Adena High School, some timid ones appeared and though trying hard to
seem brave, it was with much trembling that we listened to our teachers
and wondered just what was expected of us.
As the days passed by we learned that the kind teachers only meant
to make things better for us. We forgot all the winds that seemed to blow
our feathers the wrong way and turned our heads toward the hard winds
and smiled and tried again.
There were thirteen birds blew in from Harrisville, six fi'om York,
two from Robyville, one from Herrick, and one from Ramsey. These add-
cd to the Adena flock filled the seats and there was not a sparrow.
We hope we have no "lyre birds" funtruthfulj of "Robins"
Qcriminalsl in our flock. But for real good humored, studious "humming
birds" we could point out several to you. The "kite" may be seen among
us but the flying machine that we use most is one that is supposed to lead
us higher up in life and give us lofty aspirations.
As to the impolite "songsters" or "mocking birds," they come sing-
ing along their way to school each morning. .
Our "Freshmen flock" was well represented at the first High School
party by a large number of "bluebirds,' who were feeling quite blue until
after the initiation had been performed. At the last High School party
nur "flock" was better represented by "hawks" Several chickens of the
higher flocks were caught, leaving hardly a feather.
Now as a Freshie, we are merely a flock coming in-to get a start in
High school education. When we fly into the school building next fall, we
shall all feel like "peacocks"-'proud of our feathers, although our "flock"
may be represented by different varieties. Then in our flock shall still be
together, appearing as woodpeckers-still picking away at High School
life. Then again after Commencement we shall all feel like the wise old
"owl" and we shall be ready to start on our flight again.
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l Olive Zurick Kenneth Worner Edith llendershot Wanda Stankiewicz
l Grace Machan Margaret Jack Lloyd Singer Stanley Yoknbowski
. Josephine Waske Frederick Packer William Dalrymple james Moscrip
li Cecelia Kasper Henry Bednarski Denzel Gosnell Inez Gillespie
,Q 3 Joseph Bainbridge Tony Edghouse Mildred Anthony Walter Maleski
l,l Theodore Dalrymple Margaret Hobson Sarah Dickerson Martha McFarland
lw Irene Harangazo Ilelen Dobbs Pauline Ferrell Virgie Steenrod
U Joseph Robb Ruth johnson Hilda Moore Mary Evans
it Alex Truskolaski Irene Dvoracek Clarence Anthony Jonathan Moreland
.. Mary Shane joseph Singhaus Mildred Bowen Wayne Mullen
Ethel Hoertman Catherine Henry John Tomenko Alameda Wonnacott
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Coach Edwards came to us
this year from Washington and
Jefferson College, and to him
goes the honor of developing the
most successful Football team
Adena has ever had. He instill-
ed fight and pep into the boys
that stuck until the last whistle.
His smile was a merit that gave
the boys needed pluck, and he
believed in clean sports. We
can rightfully attribute the fame
of our team to him.
RUSSELL "TUS" EDWARDS
Coach Edwards also devel-
oped one of the best girls' Bask-
et Ball teams in Eastern Ohio,
"'l'us" was liked by all, and he
took great interest in all athlet-
ics. "Tus" made our wonder
Baseball team, winning our first
three games and going strong.
Coach Edwards is an all round
sport, the school and the people
of the town are well pleased with
his work, as it was the Master
Piece of a Genius and we all
hope to see him back next year.
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1927 FOOTBALL SQUAD
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE, 1927
Adona .... .. ...27 Mt.1'leasnnt....... ...0
Adema. ... .. .13 Tiltonville .. ... 6
Ariana . .. ...39 Ilarnesville . . . .12 4
Adona ... ...20 XVnodsfield .. ... 6 W
Adema ... ...T2 Lflfferty .... . .. 0
Adema. ... . . .33 Flushing' ..... ... 0 W ,N
Advna .. .. 7 St. Clairsville .. 0 Vg
Adellil. . . ... 9 Cadiz ...... ... 6
Adema ,, .... 72 Smithfield ., ... 0 Q
Adema .. . . .31 Dillonvule .. ... 0 '
Total . . .... 323 30 1
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'L BENJAMIN SHIELDS,-Faculty Manager
ll Ben looked after the equipment and kept it in tip-top shape. Since he
1 i. 1 ki has had charge of the goods not as much as a sock has been lost. He was
'll always to be found at the dressing room keeping a watch eye on us, besides
'I, Ben was assistant doctor and always gave us encouragement when it was
5 most needed.
it ROBERT WALKER-Manner
Robert was always busy hunting good games for us and making accom-
adations for everyone to go to the games. He worked hard to keep things
straight. Equipment, finances and packs were all under his care. We were
well pleased with his work.
E" l'Al'TAIN JOE 1ll'llRI'I, lfullhau-la-186
3, ln Villllillll Mudre, I believe Ads-11:1 t-un show the best all-around foot-
lli lmnll player developed in Adema the past several yours. Mojo had the
nf honor of leading the first undefeated team Adenu has ever had. Joe
.1 was un All-District player, and he hopes to vnutinue his brilliant Career
ll :tt XV. K J. Adeuu wishes him SNITCSS in his endeavors.
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ISHN S'l'ANlil'IN'1'IZ, l'zlptz1i11-Elect, Tzu-lclv-IRG
Drum-y was witlmut, doubt one of the greatest linemen in ihis terri-
tory, which was shown when he made the All-District Team. 1-le was at
tower of Sll'1'llQ'lll und aided rnuterially in making' our great line unpnss-
K able. VVith fiillllillll 1lI'9K'l'tlll15:' his name, he should be able to take cure
E of one side of the line himself. Good luck to you and your ienm next
4 ' your.
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1 Lopo came through with :i vc-iigeanoe this year, his work was gild-
M edge. 1-ie could always lu- de-lwmlotl upon to hold down his side of the
'i line, but he spvrializod in winning' thrills. remember the Tiltonville and
Cadiz games. his fino work 4-:ti-iirwl him a plave on the All-District Eleven.
t .lohnny is undecided as to his turner, but is bound to make good. Stu-cess
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. i fm-nsivo hc- Could tear thu holo tltronuli the opposing' line. when the play
was called through his position. l'at1l always exhibited "Moore" fight
ill. and would never slam-kvu his pzwv. Ho has hoen of inc-stimahle value to
us for. when he- met ext-oorliitzsly Atiff opposition he stood the test of an
t , vxvolleiit tackle. Moore :lust-rw-s nun-lx Credit for working hard and for
my his sterling' qualities whivh wf-ro :ilwzlys evident.
ROI!I'Ili'l' CASSLES, .End-150
. Hard lurk was I-Zovky's middle name. Handicapped in previous sea-
i some by injuries whim-h kopt him out of many important contests. Hero
is another boy who had a habit of grabbing off forward passes. "Rocky"
Y is a natural football player. XVith plenty of weight and brawn in re-
serve, Rocky rushrd hard and out down men with a regularity that did
not even go unnotivt-d hy the usually near-sighted Spectator. And on
the defense he wax a boar and would fight till the final whistle blew.
SIINIU Z.XN4'ANl'Jl.LA, Hzmlbbark-110
"A seeond Reno" was tht- nanut often heard in reference to this little
follow as he str-ppml hriskly ovvt' the gridiron, side-stepping' and stiff-
arming' his tacklers. Silvio did not have much Chance to distingruisli him-
self, but when he got in :t uztnio the opponents thought they were trying'
to tame a wald cat. not Qt, football player He runs hard and fast, while his
'I work on tho defense is vlvzlil-I'lll and am-curate as any displayed on Adenzl
t , Field in years.
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Muny il timv rms 1,1-wis bruuplht the stands to tlllql' 1-4'l'1 In ms svnszx-
tional I1l4lb'illQ'. I+'ullmx'i11: his i11t0l'f'vL'c-lice he would shmn 11111 :erfmuml ilu- 2
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1 dl'Ulllll'fl lmvk ul lhv gnul- 'lhls yvur Lexus culled slglmls ll'lll'lI hull lmvk
U pusitimnm :mul :mule lhings vm-ry ll1l1ll0i1Sll1lf for his o1upm1vn1s. In-wis is ax
L! harcl wm'km-V, 111141 Lrivvs his host' ful' his ivum. He- low-5 Tu plug' Mmllmll.
1 but still In-in-r. lu- luv:-s to play for Advuzxg ho has :mv nmrf- pf-:ug wlnm-h
1 means an :rm11 In-111 to thc team in lnore than mul wax.
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plays, lwfurv Hwy wx-ro umler waxy. XYIM-11 hu hii Z1 lim- whim-h sm-mod im- "W ' 1
pmssiblm- to znttuvk, thv wull wuuhl sn-vin 111 nmve 111111 NVUlllKll'l'Y stop iill il 1
1 :min ot' fivv yurfls ur rnoro haul hm-11 nuulo. Imwis is nm- of The most ,V
Ui vunsislx-111 lmlzxyws on the YUZIIN und il Q'-url part ot' our line- lmwm' has rv- -'
siflwl with AIusc'1'i11 in his llUSi1illll 111 right guard. Hu siill has ilH01h9l' -r
yawn' lu nmkm- ll gum! numv for ll,.llIH4,'lf.
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uluug tlw L-nlirv sozlsun, giving' his best for the- vzlllsv. wiIh Ihr- rvsult
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'N' l1K'l'Vl' and fight 1-:uwied him thrmxglm tho svuson with LL splvllflid l'E?C01'd.
llv wus l'0I1'llll'k2lblX fast for u small mmm und by getting thv jump on his W
Fl rivals mafle up with il VPl12'02l1N'l' For 1111- diI'fP1'0nce in weight. It wus ,yi
yi! nmhing' unusual for this SINXIWIX !i11Iv h:1Ii'bzu'k to whiz around the end, WI'
WH nl' 3:'l':1b il mms :md lm on his waxy lxc'1'u1'1- any of tho 0llIH011Pl1fH bovame ' 1
V! 'uvuw nt' whm wus going' un. Hn-ylmn has :mother year to make good 7 "X
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ll Wt- liuve- been asked time and again who than sniull wizard is in foot-
IV hull 11125, us Russell praiivcwl around tht- fic-ltl for hm- was almost the small-
, t-st slit-t-inn-n on the squad. Howevvi' it' tht- oltl tion- 4-xpressioli may be
nsotl, though Russf-ll was smull ho wus mighty. not many a mam got
ll uroniitl this little lmlfhuc-k. He brought niore than ont- opponent to it
1- kissing' tht- mntl position and in otht-i' wortls showt-tl his power as at
J lizlltlizivk. Ht- should ho ai art-ut hs-Iii to tht- tt-nm nt-xt yt-z11'.
Q FIKANK llARtiRAYl'I, 'l':u-lele---lCi8
S lt was o rntln-r tliffivult mutter to voox Frank uwny l'i'oni tht- goll'
W4 vourse- wlu-rv ht- sin-nt his fret- time- clurinu' his first yt-ui' in high svhool.
Lust full. liowt-vt-r. golt' set-nie-tl to tlllfllxill' It-ss intt-rt-sting' :intl ho took to
, football instc-ntl. Uni- yt-or of training' turned out the niziltiiig' ot' ti gootl -
tur-klo und with two yt-urs in whit-li to tlevt-lop his talent we- will t-xl-vt-t to
if soo Frzmk holtl up his nnan hy tackling' as he clot-s now hy tnlhiiig.
ALEX 'l'Rl'Sli0l,0SIil, Hll2ll'd1I5li
X Xl:-x 1-luyt-tl his first football :is u nit-inht-V ol' tht- high school squutl
1 lost toll. Ht- was ti "wliiz-hz11ig" in hoth tht- ofl'e-nso onli mls-fense und hc-
gt , intt-ntivt-ly st-nsetl whore- tht- omiont-nts ploy wus going, untl wus tln-rv to
ll if Stop it. .Xlt-x had tho tight to mukt- ri foothull 1-lxiyor :incl always gave zz
' gootl au-count ot' himsf-lf in eve-ry gzunt- ht- ployt-tl. Sinvo Alt-x maule-
ll things so iiiii-lt-usuiit for his omiont-nts this ye-ur. nt-xt yt-zu' shoulfi he u
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P lft'l1l'lK'1h. litt-rnlly known as "Stubborn Dutt'hmnn" ht-lil down his
1 wing' os stnlihorn ns his nziniv. He was a demon both on ot't'e-nso ond
5 th-fx-ns:-. llis :ilnility to t-:ttt-h iutssvs was one of his t't-zttilrt-s ol' tht- ganiit-,
. also tht- wlrivn- that ht- hzul hvhintl his tucklc-s wus llllllllgh to lcnovk :in
o1'rli1iui'y main out ot' t-xistenve-. Stubborn is just a l7l'4'Sl'll111lll on-l wc- win
oxpect mort- ot' him in tht- next tlire-0 ye-urs.
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l .laimes fzirniliurly known :is .lirnniiv for long' :ind .lim for short. aided
ihv te-um are-zitly sinu- he very 4-ffii-ivnily held down one of The wings
:ind :is un ond main dirl himsvlf jiistiw-' Jiniinii- was not to he denied
oiivo he gut stairtml on ai play. :ind wha-n ho did lw wvnt like u house on
fix-in Jimmie is only a Freshmz.in und has ilireo niori- yours to show his
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ova-r ilu- ommsiiig' c-M114-1' und dropping' 'em bofor ihvy go! sturled, liild Gyg-
llli wiulwrl siiiiiw-iiw. Ni-vm' let it he said That "Bud" Inid down on Hit' joh. llll
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.Xllliougli this was Johns' firsl yi-ur, his :nliiliiy :is ai contor showed up l
in vw-ry przinie. .lohn was in eve-ry play. barking up Ihr- line and was one
of the lmrrlost tackle-ws on the lmirn. His nhilily to so through the opposs l
' ing' umm to smash up their plugs wus om- ol' his grvutost abilities. He- l
wus small hut mighty. This was Johns' firsl ymii' so we will sue more of lk'
him in tlw future.
I HENRY RICIDNARSICI, Tzu-klv-IBS
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on 21111111111 of his sizi- hc n-ould slip through the oplvoiiviils lim- :md stoli
lhvir plays lwfm-v thu got sturtewl. Henry was another of thc- lfroshmun
,' in rmilql- his li-111-r this your, and we should see L:'ri-:i1 things of him in
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Mt. Pleasant first rivals on deek
NVe dealt them of eourse a zero cheek.
Perhaps it wasn't right
The boys put up a. game little fight.
Uni- former Coach Garbesi
VVarned them that things Wo-uldn't he easy,
llut they paid little heed,
WK- won our first deed.
Next were the Tiltres
Who boasted a line without filters.
From down by the river they came
To win ot' court-e, the game.
The day was hot. and they felt tough.
And this is what they got, when our team
A elose little defeat,
Again we brought home the meat.
Now llarnesville wasn't bad sports
Slim, fat. tall and all sorts.
They played fair and hard
lint spa-vial was off guard.
Their cheering showed ignorance of all
Said things never heard in football.
Nve gave whole brood a plenty
For the game ended six to our twenty.
Lafferty, that's quite a heroic name.
They were just kids seeking fame.
To nlay our team. to them was an hono
And throughout the game was many a gt
We were too much in team and fight
So our fourth string made things about r
Still the boys were out of class,
And failed to seore at last.
.Xt Flushing we played on Mt. Vesuvus,
For there were the eruptions that fooled us.
'l'lu-rt- mounds where captains stood
To dirt-et their forces where they Would.
The day was hot, the ground was dusty,
Each team fought, each player fussy.
The end at last did come.
Olll' boys another victory won.
St. Clairsville Comes to our town
Expecting to turn things upside down,
They were our rivals true and fast,
Entertaining our strength to the last.
There wasn't much scoring that day,
XN'e met our match and had to play.
Silence, then the final shot,
XVith the score our favor, seven aught.
Smithfield Came to our burg,
lteluetant of records they had heard,
Hut the game was called at three
So all were there to see.
XVith death smiles they gazed
At. our steamless roller praised,
Again we were to claim
The title a superior name.
All journeyed to Cadiz on Armistit-e Day
For not a. fan dared to stay.
The revival of our Feudal game,
And our neighbors were out for the saline.
They said it was a close call
For our record in football.
Hut in the matter of a sf-Cond of time
XVQ won six to nine.
Dillon our oldest football foe
Came on Turkey Day, rearing to go,
So the noise began at two,
For we were to eat Turkey when through,
The same old squabbles on the side line
And the team of the same kind,
The last victory of the season
Uame on Thanksgiving evening.
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As we look back over the history of past gridiron seasons and of 1
their marvelous record, we feel proud, but never in the history of Adena 1,1
High has there been put on the field a team with such determination as fn..
the team of '27. All credit is due to our worthy mentor and coach-R. R. 11
Edwards. The team of '27 started its season with men of little experience, ,if
a team built around six veterans, Mudre, a three-letter man, Moore, Lopo,
Cassles, two-year letter men, Moscrip, Stankewciz, letter men fprevious to '
the past seasonb. With the absence of such men as Kaminski, Zancanella,
Penman, Dickerson, Beynon and Lewis, who played the previous v.1',
Coach Edwards had the difficult job of developing men to take the places
of these past gridiron stars.
As we all know, when the season started things looked bad for
Adena. But each week through hard work by the players and coach, the
team became accustomed to Edwards system, and with a perfect under-
standing of plays, we went through the season without a defeat.
Such a team-so small, but such grit, grim determination and fight. l
The team of '27. Always Adena was matched bigger teams. What she X
lost in weight she made up in fight. Unequal fight and determination was
shown throughout the season. E
As the team of '27 has been duly recognized, we wish to thank Coach W
Edwards, Dr. Haney and Dr. Kackley for their untiring attitude toward 125.7
the players. As the record of the team of '27 passes into history, we F."
know that the future Adena teams will live up to the reputation of the team ix
of '27-the team with fight unequaled.
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Coach Edwards succeeded in making a winning team out of "GREEN
MATERIAL." There were only seven men left from last years team, but
the new men developed and it seemed that we had a better team than in
previous years. Then came the hard-planned schedule. The boys got a
good start by defeating Mt. Pleasant with a 27-0 score. The next week
Tiltonville came expecting an easy game but they too, were defeated by a
13-6 score. Barnesville, one of our keen rivals was met and conquered by a
139-12 score. Then we journeyed to Woodsfield and trounced them by a
20-6 score. Lafferty was the next victim for the fast stepping Edwards- l
men, we overwhelmed our opponents 72-0. We migrated to Flushing whom
we trounced 33-0. Then came St. Clairsville, the most sensational game
of the season, resulting in a 7-0 win for Adena. On Armistice Day we
came through with another victory at the expense of Cadiz. The score
was 6-0 at the half, but the game ended 9-6 in Adena favor. Our next
game was with Smithfield. They, too, were disappointed, for they got a
72-0 drubbing. On Thanksgiving we met our old rivals, Dillonvale, in a fast 1
game which ended in a 31-0 win for Adena.
This ended a very prosperous season, for we won every game on the I
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W? JOHNATHAN MORELAND, Forward 1
A Johnnie alternated with Joe at the forward position and
Q was one of the nerviest players on the team. 'l'ho1ig'h he
5' was not tall, he made up for it in fight. He was clever at
I dribbling' and passing the ball, and possessed an eye for ll
the basket. Johnnie was in every game and worked like i
1 a 'l'ro.ian and gave his best all through the game. Another I,
'W year holds great promises for Johnnie. :L-
Q LEVVIS MOSCRIP, Center 'iii
l lt was a pleasure to watch this agile center move over lil
l I the floor. Lewis was apparently always at ease, hut could if
W move like a flash when necessary. Many times Moscrips' fl
long' arms shot out and checked the ball as it flew from the ,fi
opponents hand. He had a wonderful ability to worry the ill
opposing' center. VVe will expect and see great things of rl
Lewis next year. ffl,
LICVVIS HARRISON, Forward
M Lewis was the big' noise in scoring' on the team. He caged
"' the most baskets from the floor than any member of the
in team, and stood high in the list of high scorers in the valley.
llewis was a fast, shifty forward, breaking' for the basket
, ' like a shot and making' a Counter before the opponents were
' aware of what had happened. Lewis was in the game fight-
ii ina' hard and breaking' up opponents playsg he will he back
V next year and will do much for the suecess of next years I
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PAUL Moom-1, Gum-ti 'ii'
"Han1hi.irg"' was the ideal guard. A man had a hard time 1
Y Q' :setting around l'aul. His ability in taking' the ball off the
M2 hawk board. and quickly throwing the team with the offense,
lvl was a specialty. He was a strong' player, going' after the ball
all the time, and fighting hard for the suecess of Adena.
Paul was a man feared by every forward whose duty it was gf '
qw' to sc-ore from the right corner. We regret his leaving' this ji!
ks' year, for he is a born athlete and a true sportsman.
JUIHN LOP0, Guard
i This stalwart guard was one of the towering' pinacles of
if i the team. He was all over the floor at once, breaking' up the ij
. opponents offense. His clever dribbling. passing' and side- I
stepping' were the bane of many a team. This curly-haired
y i lad brought the crowds to their feet more than onee. by it
drilnhlingt through the opponents defense, and caging' the ball if"
with a shot' from the middle of the floor. He and "Han1hurg4"
made a pair of guards past whom it was hard for opponents T,
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LEVVELLYN BEYNUN, l4N0l'lV1!Illl
.Inst how "l'ean" managed to stand the gaff against the ii:-4
giants of the opposing teams has been amystery to many, hut
W in very few instances have the Adena's opponents been able xii
i io put anything over on him. Beynon is a good shot from ,il
any position and his foul shooting' ability has helped Adena's 'll
W seoring' in the past season. Beynon should be a great help to VI,
next years team and make it a winning' team. ij.
JOSEPH SINGHAUS, Forward i
This was "Buds" first, year on the basketball squad but .
b he carried himself like a veteran and did some pretty work
, i l'or Adena. He was a dead shot and did his share towards
il getting' points. llud usually held his own against all comers
and has ilie makings ot' a whirlwind. He is only a Freshman
,E and we will see more of him in the future. l
t RALPH GUSNELL, Gum-ti
l liaek of experience and his diminutive size were two big A
ohstaeles in the way of Gosnell, but regardless he came f
'I 1lii'on,:h the season with a good record and with much promise for a big season next year. He was a good foul
shooter and a fighter from start to finish.
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teams, are setting a record pace to other teams of the Valley. Although ,
k the hurling staff is small it is mighty. They register a victory every time
, they take the mound, due to the fact that they have an invinceable support A
backing them. At the rate our team is going they should be the District
all and State champions. Confidence of each player toward the other is the
main stay of our victories. fi '
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Jerry, she was rernrkably fast for a guard. By getting the ball on her opponent she
helped make a fine reserve strength. Jerry will be fine material for the team next, year.
EI.lZAliE'l'H MO0R.l:l, Guard
Libe could always be depended upon as a valuable guard to ably fill the position when
ff' necessary. She fought hard, harder perhaps. than the rest of the squad, with few exeep-
tions. "Libe" is only a Sopho and will fill Titzy place next year.
L ESTELLA LUBER, Guard
l Luber, middle name shoul be fight, for she surely did display plenty of it. Her- will-
'uv ingness to mix it up cost her plenty of fouls. liut as the season progressed she retained her
E.-N spirit and didn't foul so much. She will be hard to beat next year.
Q IIICLEN LUPU, Foirwarll
Wi l' Lopo was a wonderful reserve forward. She just had tough luck trying to beat out
Ml such stars as Hattista and Mosrrip, but with Tissie gone, Lopo should step right into a,
regular berth next year.
Q3 JOSl'll'lIlNlQ wAs1i0, Guard
l X Wasko came to us with a reputation as a basketballer and she surely lit-ld up her
reputation. She was one of the most dependent players on the team, and only a lfrwshie.
3 lf she continues to improve she'll be a. whirl-wind when she finishes.
NANCY SH.l1IARHR, F0l'VV2i.l'd
, Nancy earned in her Junior year what she has been striving for since her Freshman
mv lays. She worked hard for her letter and it can be assured that it was highly apprf-1,-lated.
She should be a great assistance to next year's team.
, MARY llA'l"l'lS'l'A, Forward
' Captain Tissie has the honor of leading the first undefeated team Adena has ever
' the greatest player in the Ohio Valley, as voiced by every official who worked our games.
,. she will always be remembered as Adena's greatest basketball player. To the viz-tor be-
longs the spoils.
SARA MOSCRIP, Center
Sally comes from the fighting Moser-ip family of athletes. No wonder she's good. She
was strictly a team player carrying the brunt of the attack. She is only a Sophomore, so
watch her go.
l, produced. Our success was clue to her consistent good word. She was without a doubt
MARGAILWI' FITZGERALD, Guard
Titzy finishes her fourth year of high school basketball in a blaze of glory. She has
made a record for herself, which shall put her name on the annals of Adena High as Adena's
l ix foremost guard!
G.EN.lf1Y IV E L ICXVIS, Forward
Babe was Geor,:'etoWn's loss and Adena's gain. She surely did fit in well in our
system of basketball, being' a good shot. ln another year she should be a wonder.
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I- always -1 littlt talk 1.
The piano will cry
NVhen she has gone by.
Helen Fhaney is quite witty
Sho has no desire for the city.
And some mother's son will slide
XVhen this lady he has eyed.
There goes Joe Mudre.
The Crowd all stare to see.
L,t'll"l lfarrell hasn't much to say
Nht s from Hqrrisville by the way.
.X teacher some day will be,
Her report card you ought to see.
Leona l-tughes from Harrisville comes
Or rides on the bus when it runs.
To laugh loud is her delight,
liut not too boisterous is alright.
Forest has such queer notions,
Hopes some day to fly the ocean.
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VVl'tere players play.
Martha is always studious,
Never failing' in her duties.
On a farm will migrate
To live in quiet with her mate,
VVhen NVilliam Packer is through with A. H. tv
He will probably drift west,
And live on a farm in the country
ln the land of the free.
l'aul Moore, a kid quiet and courteous
VVill never marry before his thirties.
In athletics well rounded.
Some heroes are yet unfounded.
Margaret Crawford, a lady-like lass,
Stepping as lightly from Class to Class.
Her youth will always remain
Her hugger will always he the same.
Hero's Verna taking life slow,
Brings tenderness wherever she may go.
.X maiden ealm and trite
Hoping to eross the water blue.
There is Miss l+'itzg'erald,
Dreaming' dreams of another world.
In studies. no milder girl,
ln athletics, no wilder whirl.
Here's Dorothy Hentlershot.
Her friends all 1-all her Dot.
VVho hopes to be a model farmers wife,
'Foilingg rejoicing, upward in life.
There is Olive so ealm aand cool,
VVho this year came to our school.
In her books she is master,
ln her Ford none dare pass her.
Mary Battista is a jolly little lassie,
And that isn't all: she's classy.
Basketball is her delight,
No sports will she slight.
Paul Carrothers has great love for dueling,
Says it ought to be taught in with schooling.
We all agree that he is quite right,
And now Paul has a duel most every night.
liut there is milk to be delivered,
And the potatoes must be covered.
Now Carl States hails from Jewett,
Perhaps you all knew it.
Fart. at meehanie will be,
Just look at the honors in physics and chemis-
Helen Heath must make a noise,
Or else be teasing' the boys.
ln athletics she does the cheering,
And it' the game isn't worth seeing, she's
Miss Hastings has silence so rare,
liternal sunshine plays about her hair.
Shell graduate and enter college,
There will obtain more knowledge.
Next we come to John Lopo,
UF tourse to college will go.
llt-'s a boy with lots of fight and fun,
.Xml many fl victory this lad has won.
liy the way, there is another lass,
That makes quite a ehatter in the Senior
lint without llea and her noise,
'l'hing's would he lonesome for the boys.
Now eomes Helen Ward,
She thinks. all boys are horrid,
But we hope she is mistaken
And from her dreams will soon awaken.
'l'liere's Flora who likes dancing' best,
XVhen her halter's loose she's headed west.
Yes to the land of filmdom,
So, you promoters, make room.
Hello there Silvio Zancanella,
Ht-'s another jolly little fellow
XVho has a great determination
Some day will find him ruling a nation.
And last as is always the Case,
No matter where the place,
lt' the writer you wish to see,
Inquire tor lt. V. C.
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The High School Orchestra has played a large part in the High School activities for 'ii
past seven years. The orchestra at the present time has eleven pieces. Although it is l
smaller than it has been in the preceding years, we consider the quality to be just as good.
Four members of the Senior Class will be greatly missed next year:-namely, Margaret
Crawforcl,QOdetta Anthony, Paul Carothers and Forest Hawthorneg but there are always
others to till the vacant places. Under the direction of Mr Volpe the orchestra has made
Raymond Crawford Lewis Harrison
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the victories-the music inspired the hghtmg spirit into our boys, spurred them on to v1c- A
tory. We are proud of each and every member, even though we sometimes fall to express l
our appreciation. i
During thesummer months, concerts are given and the crowds that gather prove
3 that this VlC1Hlty IS deeply lnterested ln these act1v1t1es of A. H. S. 3
lg The success of our Band goes to Earnest Volpe and to the Band members, who, for ,
i l four years have co operated and sacrificed many pleasures to furnish our Hlgh School wlth
ll a Band.
'l Director, Ernest Volpe
fi Cornet: Clarinet: Trombone:
Raymond Mullen William Packer Lewis Harrison ll
X Grace Machan Raymond Crawford paul Carrothers ix
I . Alfred Heath ,
L Imogene Singer Saxaphone: i
Q' Frederick Packer Frank Hargrave Drums:
H Bass: Margaret Crawford Ruth Beynon -db
Albert Battistone Barbara Symons Wayne Mullen
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club was organized under the leadership of Miss Lorentz. The club
consists of thirty members and is a class of selected singers. Can they sing? They sound
like canaries, especially when they sing the "Coo Coo Clock."
The girls took part in several entertainments in the High School Auditorium. How
could the entertainments and club be otherwise than successful when under the super-
vision of Miss Lorentz.
If all future organizations take this one as an example we know they will attain a
high degree of perfection.
LIST OF MEMBERSHIP
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DENIAN First Soprano: Second Soprano: Alto:
east sm? me S use -egw
Anna Mae Sloan
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
A Boys' Glee Club was organized this year by Miss Lorentz, Music Director
They were shy las all boys arel about singing in public, but several
times they forgot their shyness and gained an undying reputation for them-
selves. The "Variety Entertainment" which the boys took part in could not
have been a success with-out them, when they sang "KentucKy Babe,"
people remarked about their melodious voices.
We are all anticipating that in future years we shall hear some of the
boys of Adena High singing to us over the radio.
LIST OF MEMBERSHIP
Lewis Harrison Rauly Vifisliard
Fred Naylor Kenneth Warner
Raymond Mullen Silvio Zancanella
Paul Carrorhers james Moscrip
Edward Dudjik Forest Hawthorne
Paul Moore Albert Battistone
Ralph Gosnel Wayne Mullen
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Literary Q eieties
l'rincipal Miss llayer selec-ted the members for the literary soeieties, whieh number
four. Two of these, Spartan and Athenian, have been organized for a number of yearsg one
new one, lllllffllllilll, was started two years ago and this year another, Philamathean has
oeen added. Every week one of the societies have a program and the others are guests.
The officers of the soeieties are:
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.Atll0Yll21ll-'AtlVlS0l'. Miss llayerg President. Helen NVai'd3 Yiee President. John Lopog
Seeretary, and Treasurer. Dorothy Hendershotg Critic, James Moseripg Pianist. Odetta
A nth on y.
Spartanfndvisor, Mr. Edwards: President, lllargaret Crawford: Vive l'resident,
Elizabeth Moore: Secretary, Mary Rattistag Treasurer. Pauline Hastings: Pianist, Nancy
Shearer: l'ritic-. Olive Sargentg Sergeant-at-Arms, Robert Vassels.
Platonian-Advisor, Mr. Shieldsg President, Lewis Aloserip: Vice President, Ray-
mond l'rawfo1'd: Seeretary and Treasurer, Helen Heatlig Pianist, Margaret Jac-kg Critic,
sara. Moserip: Sargeaiit-at-Arms. .lohn Mooreland.
Philomatl1eniaii---Advisor. Miss Smith: President. l'aul i'Ill'0iil0l'I Yiee l'resident3
Lewis Harrisong Sem-retary, Lois Beveridgeg Treasurer, Henrietta Sloan, Pianist. Lois
On October 10. 1927, the Seniors of A. H. S. presented a Lyceum Review. The pro-
gram was divided into five sections and was assisted by the High S1-hool oreliestra.
Margaret l'rawford, Odetta Anthony and Paul U1lI'lllll9l'S represented the Lowell
Forrest H2lXVlllUl'll0, Paul Moore. John Lono and Lewis Harrison represented
Taylor and Keylor.
A short play was also given to represent "Daddy Long Legs," the charaeters being
Dorothy Hendershot, llelen Ultaney, Helen XVard and Helen Heath.
Following this. Robert Cassels Well impersonaied Chief Strong lleart.
A spec-ial daneo number was given by Helen Heath, Hele11 XVard. l'auline Hastings,
Sara Dickerson and Flora DeNoble fLeaderJ.
The prograni also included several solos given by l'Ill'lIlll0I'S of tl1e oreliestra.
The entertainment was highly complimented by all that attended.
The Lyeeum entertainments, under the eontrol of the Senior Class have been a
great sueeess and highly eomplimented. They were as follows:
l. Lowell l'atton and His assisting artist.
2. Taylor and Keylor.
3. Daddy Long Legs.
4. Chief Strong Heart.
The .lunior Ulass has seleeted the Lyeeum numbers for next year's eourse and they
will again be ofthe highest type. The year's course eost the elass 15500.00 and next year's
will be a similar sum.
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THE BOOSTERS CLUB
The Boosters Club was organized September 20, 1927
The following omcers were electedg
i President, Margaret Crawford
I Vice-President, Helen Heath
L Secretary-Treasurer, Robert Walker
P The purpose of the club is to boost the school, take care of the cheer-
lx ing at the games and to purchase gold footballs and gold basketballs for the
Senior letter boys and girls. The club is composed of the students of
ll Adena High School. Funds for the club were secured by selling refresh-
ments and sandwiches at the football and basketball games.
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:'I.iila f'l'owmsondD Hawthorne.
ll:-v. llohert .l. Shields, Charleroi, Pa.
.losiv iIlornardJ Harrison, Adema, Ohio.
Mary iXln-Lauglilim, Alliance. Ohio.
Maud QVVrig'11tJ Allison, Carnegie, l'a.
.lames Vasner, Canton. Ohio.
X"ii'g'inia Q'l'ownsemd5 Crawford, Adema, Ohio.
Mary lllamiltoni Shields, Charleroi, l'a.
ll. .Xnderson Irlagam, Long' Beach, Calif.
llarry G. Johnson, Adema, Ohio.
Alu-o illarkhurstl Illeakmore, Adema, Ohio.
Yirgrinia Lliamiltomj Folk, Warren, Ohio.
iiillaisy 11-lagranb Heath.
Leora fHag:'anJ Humdershot, York. Ohio.
21it'lymlv U. Naylor.
IG1 hvl CAlexamder7 Morton, Vifintersville, Ohio.
Hay NV. Moore. Ads-na, Ohio.
llaliih l1E1I'1f'l', Cleveland. Ohio.
x1ill'Qi2ll'f'1 iMOLaugihlimJ Lukens, Maplewood,
Myra. tM1'LaughlinJ Demnis, Adema. Uhio.
Nlarp:'aret lc-kis, Adema, Ohio.
Mary tl'osni-ri l'orter, llellevedere, Ill.
lsaholh- lGrovul McCracken, Fairpoint. Ohio.
llawrf-m-o N. Newberry, Uhrichsville, Ohio.
llay Munson. Joweti. Ohio.
XVilma Qliernardl Dokis, Canton, Ohio,
th-orpria llell, Smithfield, Ohio.
lililna iGoldsboroughl Wocifi, Adena. Ohio.
.lusiin Johnson. Navarre, Ohio.
liorr Mc'Laug'hlin, Pittsbur,s:'h, Pa.
liao Moore, Cadiz. Ohio.
l'aul lioymohls, Akron, Ohio.
l'harlotio CSulin,2'sl Munson, Jewvti. Ohio.
l'IIsio ghloorei Amicom. Kent, Ohio.
Martha flier-kj Bernard, Adema. Ohio.
lilmhlh iHarQ'i'ave5 Black, Parkershurgg NV. Va
'Palma Qlieidj Mick, Canton, Ohio.
l.:iw1'eiwr- Murdock, Emerson, Ohio.
llvrlwri Somerville, Cleveland, Ohio.
lilizaheth Grove, Adena, Ohio.
Madam- Carter, Adema, Ohio.
lfisilier fSymonsJ Allen, Edimborougrh, Srotland
Yelnia flililhoani Hirmey, Toronto. Ohio.
Mary f'l'urneri Gibson, Scio, Ohio.
l+'ranc'es fStrimg,'erb Mallernee, Cadiz. Ohio.
Lois Ll-leidi Beveridge, Adema, Ohio.
Charles Bernard. Canton, Ohio.
I-Ziigvne 17L1I1,9.'E111, Adena, Ohio.
Corwin Dumgan. Adema, Ohio.
l-Edna Sutherland, York, Ohio.
ltalpli l'hilpott, Adema, Ohio.
Alaruarei Omeal. Adema, Ohio.
Mayme CNaylorJ Ellsworth, New York. N. Y.
'l'hui'man Riddle, Alliance, Ohio.
.Xllwrt Singhaus, Adena. Ohio.
.lohn Hanna, Adema, Ohio.
'Fhcflma Omeal, Adema, Ohio.
Ili-niamin Shields. Adema, Ohio.
Clara lllazier, Ohio Valley Hospital, xV1'll'U11I1Q'.
Floyd Bernard, Canton, Ohio.
Craig' Shields, Cadiz. Ohio.
la-tha fMCLeodJ Ceasar, Dillonvalu, Ohio.
.Xlvvrma flllamchardb Saunders, Dayton, Ohio.
Rlaraaret Smith, York, Ohio.
lda Llleynonj Shields, Ada-na, Ohio.
Lettalia fMurdockb Barrett, Cadiz, Ohio.
Ernest Ramsey, Adema, Ohio.
.loh11 Castilow. W. 8: J. College. Xvashimgilon,
Margraret Smith, York, Ohio.
lda illevnomi Shields, Adema, Ohio.
Lawrence Jordan, Kimbal. W. Va.
llvlen fVVaughJ Parkinson, York, Ohio.
Eriwst Ramsey, Adema, Ohio.
Lyle I':m-dia-k, Adema. Ohio.
.lohn Mullen, Detroit, Mich.
Faye Singer, Adema, Ohio.
lloy Oneal, Adena, Ohio.
llclen Heck, Canton, Ohio.
XVanila Huskirk, Adema, Ohio.
Iddwin Eggenschwiller, Vvashimaton, D. C.
Amelean Maud, Adema. Ohio.
Mary Maud. Adema. Ohio.
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l'oarl Namcth. Adena, Ohio.
Howard Hothfuss, Adena, Ohio.
Alta Roush. NVhceling', NV. Ya.
XVilliam Shearer, Adena, Ohio.
Oliver NVard, Cleveland, Ohio.
Thelma NVarnor Fleming, Atl:-na, Ohio.
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LeMoyne liarkhurst, Harrisvillo, Ohio.
Dean Barnhart, Smithfield. Ohio.
Fulio llenedict. Ohio University, Athi-ns. Ohio.
lllanche tllorkoskij Martin, Aflcna, Ohio.
Vyrus Vasscll, Denver. Colo.
Nicholas De-Noble, Aclcna, Ohio.
Jennie 4DickersonJ Houlan, .tilt-na. Ohio.
Mildred llungan, Adena, Ohio.
Edna Harrison, Ohio Vliesleyan Vollctre. Dela-
ware, Ohio. '
June Hanna, Ohio Valley Hospital. Wheeling'
Lorain Henderson, Ohio Valli-y Hospital,
VVhee-ling, NV. Ya.
G:-orgo Hine, Canton. Ohio.
John Lasko, XVestern liosci-vo Vcllt-gre, Ulvve-
Gcorgc Madzia. XVoostcr Vollcgc, XX'ooster, O
Virginia tltlaudj Garlmesi, Mt. Pleasant. Ohio.
lmnora Murdock, Adcna. Ohio.
Vivian Murdock, Mcllohcrts. Kentucky.
Hi-len fNicholsJ Pczzopanc. Fayt-svillv, XV. Ya.
John Orosz, Adena. Ohio.
Mildred Singhaus. Adcna, Ohio.
Ralph Somerville, Ailvna, Ohio.
Agnus lStantonJ Zimmerman, Smitlifit-lil, O.
Olive Worthington. Ailena. Ohio.
Lorena liakcr. Cadiz, Ohio.
Graco liattistone, Ohio ITnivvi-sity, Athi-ns. O
Lcstcr lleck, Adena, Ohio.
Ruth Ile-ve1'idgie, I-larrisvillc. Ohio,
llyron Rcynon. Akron. Ohio. -
Yorna L'a'lrlwell, Zanesville, Ohio
Mario Ulialiey. Ohio Valli-y llospital. VN'l1eol-
ing: VV. Va.
Uarolyn Christy. Ohio lhiivvrsity. Athi-ns, O
Julia Dalrymplc. Muskin,:'uni College, New
Kathryn Tlalrymillc. York. Ohio.
John Eggenschwiller, Adm-na. Ohio.
M.lu- Iicrilos, Ohio State University, 4'olumlmus.
l-Zvi-lpn Fox, Adena, Ohio.
Myrlv Gillespie, Ohio Valli-y Hospital, Wlict-1-
ing: VV. Va.
Louise lckis. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
t'ar1 Irvin. Arlena, Ohio.
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Andy Kalonick, llnivvrsity of Micigan, Ann
Eleanor Lough, Ohio Valley Hospital. XVheel-
ing, VV. Va.
George Naylor, Adi-na, Ohio.
Carlo Pezzoimane, Aflena. Ohio.
Charles Purdy, Harrisvilli-. Ohio.
Beatrice Phillips, Toronto, Ohio.
Elizabeth fParkinsoni Reid. Ni-xv Town, O.
Helen Robb, Ohio Yallcy Hospital, XVhccling,
lflsthcr Smith, NVoostcr l'oll1-gc, Wooster, O.
Mary XValkcr, Muskinguni Noll.-uc, Nou' Con-
Margarct Ward. Ohio Valley Hospital. XVhce-l-
ing: NV. Va.
l-Irina tVVannacotO Golilshorougli. .Kilt-na, O.
Mildred K.-Xdanisj lllakv. Adena. Ohio.
Mar,2':irct Blcakmore. Adcna. Ohio.
Theodore Battista, Adcna. Ohio.
Pauline Bowen, Harrisvillc. Ohio.
XVilliam Bcynon, Adi-na. Ohio.
Wilmer Dickerson. Adena, O.
Ada Carter, Harrisville, Ohio.
Olympia DeNohle, Adona, Ohio.
Mable Fox, Shafcr Missionary Training'
School, Ch-velanil. Ohio.
Stanley Kaminski, Detroit. Mich.
Geraldine Hayne, .Kilt-na. Ohio.
Joseph Lock, Adema., Ohio.
Glafline Harron, Ohio State lhtive-rsity, Co-
XVilliam Murdock, Ohio NVQ-slcyaii l'ollcQ'-2,
Virginia Henry, Atlena. Ohio.
Louis Oreosz, Adcna, Ohio.
Lcnora Kidd, Martins Ferry llospital, Mar-
tins Ferry, Ohio.
Clarence Penman, .-Xdena. O.
Esther Martin, Martins Ferry Hospital. Mar-
tins Ferry, Ohio.
VVilliam Scovronski, Ulevclanfl, Ohio.
Elizabcth Maud, Ads-na, Ohio.
Joseph Sommervillo, Advna. Ohio.
Marian Mullen, NVilliam and Mary Vollege,
Raymond Rucker. Adena. Ohio.
lrcne Mercer, Harrisvillc. Ohio.
Joseph Vvasko, Chicago. lll.
Dorothy Symons, Dcl'auu' Univvrsity. Green-
Reno Zancanella., W. .Q J. College, XVilShll1f.l'-
Isaac Lewis, Harrisville, Ohio,
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THE ADENIAN PAPER STAFF
The expermintal work done in journalism was pursued this year, in fact, at the be- i
ginning of the year a staff of twenty-two high school members was selected by Superinten-
dent Dennis. During the school year light issues have been published. lt is hoped that C X
the work may be continued next year and may eventually become a permanent curricular l
The ,Hdenian Paper Staf l
Nancy Lee Shearer-- ...... Editor-in Chief Class Edilors
Beatrice Stanley - ..... .- - F- -- Assistant N l
Raymond Mullen ....,.. Business Manager Udetta AUUWOUY --.- ---- 5 PUIOT Reporter
Dorothy Hendershot - 2- I- Assistant Anna Mae Sloan ...,,s.c, Junior Reporter
Robert Walker- -A-. ClfCL11H'UUg MQDHHCY Lois Beveridge- ....., Sophomore Reporter W
Helen Heath- ------------' -"--- A Sfetfmf Clyda Mercer- - ------ - Freshman Reporter if
Athletic Editors ll l
Elizabeth Moore Lewis Harrison Reporters l.
Forest Haythoren Margaret Crawford y ly
H Clara Farrell Raymond Crawford
fake Eddofs Helen Ward Helen Chaney
Robert Cassels John Lope Sara Moscrip Paul Carothers
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H1 Aunt Mar,2'aret Grant, the aristocratic mistress of the Grant household. .Maryfaret Cl'2lVi'f0l'fl
I-Ethel Grant, her neice ...................................................... Helen VV:1rfi
Connie Trimble, the pretty little neigrlihor pest...
Flossie Barnes, a. rather troublesome young' lady. ..
Vinie Jackson, cook for the Grants ...................
iii Jack VVessler, who is interested in cherries in general,
H1 .-..-...-. ..... -..-.... ...... .............. . ....
and one Cherry
7'herry Adoms, Ethel's cousin, who ehooses to amuse herself by growing' Cheerios. ...... .
. .Beatrice Stanley
. . . .Flora DeNohle
. . . .Helen Heath
. . . . .Leona Hughes
in partieular .... . .
. . . . . . John Lopo
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Sammy Closs, a young neighbor .........
Ioseph Meadows, owner of Meadows Uanery ......
Fritz Koogle, biggest fruit grower in the county. ..
Tugg'1es, a butler ............... .............
Finance and Publicity- l'rog'rzims and Ushers-
Clara Mae Farrell
.. . . .Paul Moore
. . .Paul l"ari'otl1ers
. .Silvio Zaneanella
. . . .Robert Fzissels
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THE JUNIOR FIASS
XVednesday Evening, April 9. 1928
. . .Llewlyn Beynon
yvilliam D1-:in Coles, "'1'ubby" ................... ,
.Iohn Harris, "Jack" catcher on college nine .... ....... D avid Fox
David Vzrrson "Davy" pitcher ................. ...... I ,ewis Harrison
Dorothy Smith, "Dot" Prexy Smith's daughter .... .... TS ernadine Carruthers
Helen Gorilon, "Dot's pal" ............,........ ...., - Anna Mae Sloan
lfhuiiiivy DL-l4'ornsst, "Dude" .................... ...Lewis Moscrip
lim Fox, "Foxy Grandpa" owner of Poolhall ..... . ........,....... Robert Nvalker
Professor Horam- Crelly Smith, "l'rexy" president ol' the llrinkdale College "Loves Ra-
nmiive' ..........................,................................ Raymond Mullen
M:i,r1.lia llzildwin Tl-ale, "Baldy" Dean of VVomon ol' llrinkflalv College, "Loves Romaneeu. .
Fred Swift, "'l'oppy" . .. .... Ralph Gosnell
Charles Swf-ely, "Sweety" . ..-. Edward Dujik
Don .Iovve1t, "Babe" . . . .................. Fred Naylor
College Girls ........................ .,..................... G vnvvieve Lewis, Mary Toole
47llUliUS-The chorus was selected by Miss Lorentz, Music Director. They are: Sara
Moserip, Clyde Mercer, Kathryn Heath. Hein-lotto Sloan. Flora DeNoble, Elizabeth
Moore, Helen Lopo, Lois Beveridge, Sara Dickerson, Inez Gillespie, Frank I-Iargrave,
l':uil li11lllbl'ldg'Q, Joseph Bainbridge, Raymond f1l'2lVVl!0l'fl, Rohr-rf Somerville, and Ken-
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THE EIGHTH GH.-Xllli
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Mihitahel Sawyer, excessively neat. . ..
f Johnathan Sawyer. her husband--..
N Lizzie Perkins, a neighbor . ..... ..
V Xdolphus Perkins, her husband...
3: Martha Uurtis, a widow ........
. Dirk Curtis, her son ...................
Rodney Stone, Cholerie and unscrupulous. ..
Q4 Margery Stone, his daughter ............
Susan Taylor, Marg'ery's cousin.
NVilliam Green, Susan's admireix...
Hli Grant, Sheriff ..... .... .
Teddy Javkson, Colored boy ..
. . .NVanda Olvszewski
. . .Cher-atel' NN'vlls
. . .l-Sruna Pezzopane
. . .I-Barbara Symons
. . . . . , .Mary Srott
.. .Uoido Dannihelle
. . . .John VVasko
.. .Alex Fillipovieh
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EIGHTH GRADE OUTSHINES HIGH SCHOOL ISV NVINNING ICIGHTH GRADE
TUURNISY HELD AT AIDICNA MARUH 9 AND 10
Adena Chamber of Conlnu-ree Present:-d Silver lvlounted B. li. Trophy
The Adena grade basketball team coached by Mr. Burns, the Eighth Grade teacher.
won the Adena district Championship over Smithfield in the finals. The Chamber of Vom-
meree presented the winning: team with a silver-mounted miniature basketball as a trophy.
This basketball becomes permanent property of the team winning it three years. The
runners-up received a silver loving' cup, presented by the Adena Grades.
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vale. Mt. Pleasant, Pleasant Grove, New Athens, Harrisville, Cadiz and Duneanwood.
After the finals on Saturday evening' the trophys and the all tournament team was
annomu-ed. Offieiating was done by Shearer and line-ker,
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"H. S. PARTY"
riven in the High School auditorium on the evening of December 23
ating' the Freshmen. The auditorium was decorated with the High
t-lever trim-ks were carried out by the Sophornores to initiate them.
evening' was spent in playing ,names and daneina: A luneh was
hour whit-li was enjoyed by all.
S. IPROLH' AND BASKETBALL l3ANQl'l'I'l"'
The members of the girls and boys basketball teams were the quests of the A. H. S.
-hool Frolie on Friday evening, Mareh 17. The auditorium was
:leeorated in keeping wi
th the season and St. I'atri1.:k favors were given. Luiieh was served
t tit 8:00, followed by a program whieh is as follows:
Welcome ..... ............
' My Experienee As a CH
Voeal Solo ...............
Sportsmanship in Athl
Sensation of a Captain ....
Vocal Duet ........,....
- Worries of a Manager...
. Talk ..................
llornet Solo ..............
sehool Songs and Chee
The annual foo
Margaret Crawford, Toastmistress
. . .Helen Heath
. . . . . . . .Miz Edwards
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eties. .. .......... Mary Battista
...... ......... .. ........... Lewis Harrison
. . . .Bernadine Uarrothers and Lois Beveridge
.. ...... .Miz Dennis
. . . .Raymond Mullen
"ANNUAL FOOTBALL BANQUl+I'l"'
tball banquet was given by the mothers of the football squad in the
' 'lining' room of the M. FI. eliureh, on the evening of Dec. 5. The room was deeorated with
1 the High School colors
and football favors were given. Dinner was served at 6:00 following:
" with a program whieh is as follows:
Speech. . .
Toastmaster, Mr. Shields
.. Coat-li Edwards
.C'apt. Joe Mudrue
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it Speer-hes were
given by the Senior members of the football squad and by Rev.
"F Trotter, Rev. Conley and Mr. Dennis.
"THE Pl'lOl'Ll+lS NATIONAL BANK GIVES lRANQlll'l'l"'
The Peoples National Bank entertained the boys of the football squad at the Gen-
eral Custer Hotel of tladiz, after the victory of the Cadiz vs. Adena football gxarne. After a
delicious Chicken dinner a program was carried out with Mr. li. M. Symons ac-tina as
, Song .................. .. ........... "Adena Will Shine"
Speer-hes were given by several of the football players, Foam-li Edwards and Mr.
Xvorthinegton. the cashier of the bank. Free tiekets for the theater were given to the boys
by Lonp:"s Theatre.
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On the evening' ot' March 28, a variety entertainment was Q'lX'1'l1 by the Adenian
Staff, under the direction of Rev. Conley. The program was as follows:
Selection ............ . . . . ....... ....... ..... . ............................... O 1 'chestra
Tlpening' Song. .....,..... . ..... .. ...............,..... "Let Ils Have Some Pep"
Trio-"Sunrise and You"., .... llernadine Carothers. Lois lleverida-e, Nancy Shearer
Girls Glee Club ....... ..,..... . ........... . .. .."t'oo Foo Clock"
"I Love a Little Cottage"
"Hip: llrown Hear"
Boys Glee Club .. ,...... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..."Kentucky Babe"
"Une, Two, Three, Four"
Dance Specialtyf-f-Flora In-Noble tleaderj. Helen VVard, Helen Hcath, Inez Gellespie, Sara
Dickerson, Clyde Mercer.
Play... ,....................................... ..... ' 'Here Homes thc Bride"
Scene: .X Railway Station. Time: Present,
Cast of Characters:
Tfynthia Carson, a husband-hunting old maid ........ ..... S ara Moscrip ,
Betty Allen. the bride ...................,..... ...Beatrice Stanley
Bertie Danforth. the groom... ...... Paul Carothers '
Lois Allen, l3etty's sister ........... ...Margaret Crawford
Maurice Danforth, llcrtit-'s brother .......................... .... T lewis Harrison D
Hiram Hawkinas, who is looking' for his mail-order hrirle ..... . ..... l'aul Moore
Peter Hames, Station Agent ........................................... ........ . lohn Lopo
Farewell Song' .............. ..".lust Smile and Say Goodbye"
"ALUMNI BANQUETU 2
The Alumni Banquet was given in the dining' room of the M. Fl. t'hurch on Decem-
ber 17th. The room was decorated with the Higrh School colors. A delicious chicken
Jinner was served. followed by a program which was as follows:
Toastmaster ................................ ........... H oward ltothfus
Boost ...... ...,... I .ouise lekis
Toast . . . . .Howard Rothfus 8
Roast. ........ ........................................... lk larian Mullen
There was also speeches given by several college students. They were by Carolyn
Christy, Edna Harrison. John Cassels. Dorothea Symons, E8l'l10St Ramsey, George Naylor
ind Reno Zancanella.
"J UN I OK - SENIOR lfANQl'l'I'I"'
The annual banquet given by the Junior Class, honoring' the Seniors was carried 8
out to a successful close this year.
The banquet itself consisted of a delicious three course dinner, some witty toasts.
and speeches by faculty, students and certain prominent Seniors. This was merely a
trivial event of the evening: preliminary to the journey to "VVonderland" which had
'irigrinally been the High School aym. There the guests assembled and to the strains of
the latest, tunes, danced their way to the close of the evening: which was termed by all
who witnessed and participated in the fun, a jolly good time.
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SEPTEMBER 21 Frosty entertains Class with his "Banjo,"
. . . Zi---M: lf .' l'u"'l A sn ' .' ' tud ' hall.
Sflloors opened. Registration cards filled V U Mx X P' H Oleg In S 5 Q
out Z., -Only I8 days to do your Xmas sliopplng.
6-S--Iiverytliiiig in it turmoil. Students find- 20 'mlwurfls IWW his Tlflllemf-
mg mm-eg 27 -'llc-lon He-:ith sports red sweater with let-
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t it-Uliallwl held and we are introduced to Miss lf' V t 1 011 Pt" c'a'fl1L- Qhlcaeo' Oh '
smith and Mr, Edwards. We- Ullmflln'
, . , JK Helen lllltllllfy attends arty with Burns.
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Q 13-Several new students. 'll Mm' lduum mlmbel'
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X-if 15-Football boys begin D!'21L'llCC. Tryout
'Q some of XV. X J's ideas. 1 Morning' sitter the night before.
V lti-There isn't' any school tomorrow. VVhy? -' ,Miss l32lYfl!' tells Uil'91'0 CTNSH Thilt "Eat"
'Cause tomorrow's-Saturday. fliilllll wordj means "let him ent."
I tit- Mr. Case springs ll tire drill on us. -iplllllfefkly the fhlfd-
5' Ztt-Hzurrisville hus lute. Twenty-five pupils I -Ntltlllil SWHYUIJS Sf. Cl8il'SVillG-
tl' 5121250 itll lmltwflllllll DHFLUIG i11f0 Study T l'onley-l'z1L'ker romanee fully developed.
dl, mm' X lleport eards given out.
, lie-NW1112' "'WNUi'l hammnpd' St- Lewis Harrison rides ponm-ye-in Latin
l 22--lfresliie ezniglit in the act of asking a plugs,
Teiiiorlgirl how told she wus. He will be H NU! Svhunlt Hurrah!
iuiig-'et 11 sunse. ,4 .
H H ll -Filmulmt-tli Moore gets her Stflth huwlliie'
ng 23'-Adm-nu struts her stutt. llents Mt. Pleas- ,mt
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any ' I t 44 I V u .1 -, vi ior girs gossip . ou ro- s o'
gg, am 2"0' 1' s 1' '1 ' fm f f tk fi
lf. 1 Jh -.Xlhmt lnittistone decides to gum up. mmm bummotl
27-glib unit I.ewis dist-over a ease-of what. MMUPNNS on H mmriagu
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i ' 28'-Mr. lc-kts takes up tully ten minutes ot nm
our Hvziluzihle time." Come asrain Mr. V
MARIS. when you can Stay longer- I hive: il ,nts tollon Hslens example.
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29-ltutpll spends Thursday evening: in Har- I mm' 'Wu mug Hmmm TNT'
I-isvmel 22 l':iul Moore sets kieked out of elass.
30- -Helen :ind Surat tezwli us some new yells- 2R"'Nm'VmlH!
yt-gli! ,xtlomill it -l'uuse oi' our Y'lf'I'VUllSl1C'SS-Vilfiltl011.
, QS -NVliztt'.' wrong?
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1fl'f'l'li1j'lTltllltl trnwford sits with Lois Beve-
3---lllue Monthly. I'ifls'G.
1 .Jly.m.hl.,-S Q'-iw. ...wh Class a pl-Mont of 3 3tlffHa'lll'lllll:l Sloan has Z1 new suitor-Eddie
nice little test. l'1llll'll-
5----New moon. ,
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7--Miss UHYCI' solves IQPUIFC 011 Speed. desk :intl dot-sn't like the taste.
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10 Gulh Glo? fluff l"'lUK'e hold' tv li:i1ht-r c-lnlly-Students dawn Red Flan-
lt -.Xdeniun pfiper staff appointed-results in nf-ls."
:L bottle. , 1 .
' V 1 -Short lesson today-Outline the book and
i2-'NW-zitlierinziii Ill'f'dlL'lS rain today. fm m
13'--Iliiliielw tl-tv-wiw s'1id so? , , .
1 I MD 1' ' k N R -lunzlish c-losses write letter's to Santa.
1 ,toxin lmtls .1 trog in 'hai poc et. i on wt, hmm mon, Wishes are gmmedl
wlio could he so mean?
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ln---Ileutricv culled to the phone. "I wonder ' lm W N Nlmmg neck end m Mmntms
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l 1 17 ,I.3,-01.5-tlnmi is I-ogy. I2 -M. l.. Dennis spends lust day in A. H. S.
' 18-Marry Iluttistzt pusses "Fan Fun" ehewinp' 115-f-Rev, Vonley takes on duties of Superin-
1, gum around. tt-ntlent.
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lb--Please put the "western mag:azine"
away, Frank. lil. E. S.
-Sara has a date. NVe wonder'??
-York girls have party.
'71-Mudre brings t'g'arlic" to school.
-Dorothy Hendershot goes shopping. lfluys
present for Art.
-Vacation begin s.
3-School bell rings again.
-Freshmen blockade traffic.
-New Super arrives. "Wonder if he will
be hard on us?"
Sl-Last day of grave.
-4119 rules laid down to students.
--74334 amendments added,
-Needed, a few students 1-ontented with
th ei r schedules.
--ltalph goes to Harrisville.
--Cadiz comes to .Xdc-na.
-Shields tells Forest and lleatriee to
please finish their dates some evening:
Smiths "Ford" freezes, Seniors jubilant.
-Paul Carothers informs us that Napoleon
established an "umpire" in Mexieo.
XX'ish something' would happen.
-Leap Year. Girls are very busy propos-
-Junior boys det-ide to be "Old Maids" for-
ever and ever.
31-Lewis sits beside t'lyde as usual. in study
--.lust like every other day.
-Beynon writes poem in honor of Harrison.
-This is February the "Sixth."
-Donald NVells reaches school in time to go
to seeond Class.
-Seniors interview picture man.
-Dolly Johnston visits sehool. Shows
girls latest styles from New York.
-Play Basketball against Mt. Pleasant.
Of Course, we won.
-Everyone learns to "VVarble" at Glee
-Paul Moore takes orders for invitations.
"I believe THQ dozen will be enough.
-Cast for "Here Comes the Bride" chosen.
-Luella searuhes for somethin,u' in the
waste basket. Why, don't you buy your
own gum. Luella?
17-Did we beat I:6l'5J.'llUiZ? No.
lf wishes were horses beggars eould ride
to the tournament at Steubenville.
- -Sorrowful faces--we lost at the tourney.
liveryone wears a sniile. '
Paeker goes to Alt. Pleasant for ads-'?'?'?
Proofs of pietures arrive. Uh! How niee
1-More pit-tures taken.
-1-Silvio :ind Joe go to Steubenville.
-mine's not a bit good.
T-Ralph doesn't go to l-larrisville.
Paul Farothers referees "bont'L between
two Senior rls.
.2- -Yes! lndeedy!
13---Did l get an "F" today?
14-Pictures came yet?
lo-Ulara F.. in an exeeptionally good humor.
lll-St. Patric-k's Frolie held in Auditorium.
17741 amendments added to new rules.
Seniors get "mill numbers" and sine'
21-Spring is here.
22---One month sinee Georges birthday.
-3-llovs sing' in t"hapel.
'26-liemainder ot' students get their prison
27-XVhat happened to Sprinui' She left so
Z8--Frosty goes to NVheelina'.
29-llattle in Senior elass over "In t'herry
Time" and "At the l-Ind ot' the
30-"Gathering of the Nuts."
.loe Murlre re-
reives "bla:-k hand letters" t'rom Martins
Xll fools return to sehool.
Seniors start their Literature exams.
Tests! Tests! is our ery.
Seniors are relieved-lixams are over.
it-NVondering if our pit-tures are Coming:
Pay day but not for High Sehool students.
ll-.lnniors give play "t'oIleg'e Days"
Lewis liloserip quits sehool. t'lyde very
Senior pictures arrive.
16-Blue! Tllue! Everything' is blue.
X birthday in the Senior Vlass. It was-
perhaps we shouldn't have mentioned it.
Iust another day nearer the ".ludi:'emeni,"
Sad for some. yet happy for others.
-.-Annual goes to press.
9-VVednesday-Senior Flass Play, "ln
20--Solo by Silvio. "Get Your Pictures Taken May ll-Farewell chapel.
, at Steubenville." May 18-Senior Plass Day.
21-Uonley tells Paul t'. to at-t as though he May 156-Senior Flass party.
were 141 1WWl3'W9fliill the plain may ia-Miss Smith entertains senior Ulass.
22-Georges birthday. May 20-Haeeulaurete Services.
,If 23-The day of miracles past? Nog Third May 21-KWmimeneement.
7.15, period is omitted. THF: END
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Relayetl hy Station A. and li.
Good evening, radio friends-This is radio station AHS, Adena, Ohio. The program
this evening, to be given by the May class of '28, is divided into four parts. The first part,
conducted by Miss Lorentz, is a group of Irish Melodies tgreen being the predominating
color! sung by the class! !'?- - -at-N6 tstatic7+Next on the program Miss Martha Hinns
will sing "In Your Green Hat," This number is dedicated to, and sung especially for mem- 1
he-rs of the class of 1928-Xl !:?-- At this time we wish to announce the dedication of the '
High school auditorium. This is to take place August 22,' 22 and some of the pageant is
to be given at this dedication. It is requested that every one possible be present.
Please stand by.
Station AHS is about to begin the second part of its program. Miss Leona Hughes '
will review for us the book, "The Slough of Despondf' It gives us great pleasure to pre- ,I
sent Miss Hughes. "The Slough of Despondf' opens with the Class of '28 bravely enter-- l
ing the Sophomore year. Many difficulties are met along this way. The first is the giant,
a great, angular creature called Geometry, who is death to good grades. Caeser's bridge '
is in need of continual repairs, and many fall in the Stream of Despair, trying to cross. '
'Phat fierce dragon, Modern History, draws many into its claws of maps, and devours them V
with its teeth so full of dates tto be rememheredi. To top it all, a fierce warrior, Elia, ,,
comes plunging on his mighty charger, and strews destruction in his path. However, the
hook class with the Class of '22, bravely struggling through it all, in spite of the efforts of l
the monster, May exams, to crush them"-f- You have been listening to Miss Leona Hughes 1
review "The Slough of Despondf' One moment pleasee-
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Station AHS, Adena, Ohio. We will now relay a program from Station J. R S.
lianquet, 'broadcasting from High School Auditorium.
Stock Reports .............,................ ........ J ohn Lopo
Jazz Review ,... ...Flora DeNoble
Grand Opera .... ,.... M iss Helen VVard
lied Time Story . ................. ..... li llss Margaret Smith
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We will conclude our program this evening with a group of musical numbers.
The first will be a piano solo by Miss Helen Heath "Bring Your Money for Class Pins."
Next a vocal duet by Silvio Zancanella and Dorothy Hendershot "Have Your Picture Taken
Friday." Mr. Paul Carothers will render a violin solo "Did l Get Any F's Today, Miss
Smith?" Next Mr. Paul Moore will sing "How Many Cards and Invitations "- One mo-
ment please-The next number is a song hy the cast of "Practice Makes Perfect." For con-
cluding number on our program is a song, "F'arewell." sung by the Class, directly from
the auditorium stage.
This is Station AHS, Beatrice Stanley announcing, signing off May 21st, 11128.
Good Night, EVel'ybOdy.
NVE WONDER WHY: COULD YOU IMAGINE:
Forest goes to Flushing. -
Ralph doesn't go to Harrisville anymore.
Raymond Mullen brought his "Overland" to
They call Paul Moore "Hamburg"
Miss Smith spends week ends in Wooster.
They tease Madge about Bruny.
Harrison's car sets in front of Moores on
Nancy wears a diamond.
Miss Bayer is so dignified.
llill Packer called on the preacher so often.
Margaret Crawford says "Captain Marty."
Silvio goes to the Pastime so aften.
Mr. Roshan is so partial to American Proh-
Verna dreams so much.
In Biology Class
Prof. Shields-Now that we have Pickled
the frog, desected the crawfish, microscoped
Physics class reciting.
Mr. Edwards without his permanent.
Lew lieynon quiet.
Miss Iiayer chewing gum,
Miss Smith married.
Mr. Shields shrieking.
Mr. Rashon saying six words a minute.
Margaret Crawford "not tired."
Dorothy Hendershot crying.
Olive Sargent not studying.
Henrietta Hobson without her vocabulary.
Mary llattista with straight hair.
Frank Hargrave without his ice cream.
Mildred Philips skinny.
HP1017 Chaney getting less than A in Ameri-
ln American Problems Class
l'rof. Hoshon-Name the seven cardinal
principals of High School education.
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the fly and studied man, what is the highest Mary llittista-Help beauty, worthy use of
type of animal life? powder puff, use of leisure to vamp sheiks,
David Fox-The giraffe. effecient use of compact. '
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A HOT GAME AND THEY PLAYED BALL
There lay the diamond, the game opened, Molasses at the stick,
Smallpox was catching, Cigar was in the box with plenty of smoke. Horn
was playing at first base, Fiddle was playing at second, Corn was in the
field, Apple was umpire. When Ax came to bat he chopped, but Cigar let
Brick walk, Sawdust touched all bases. Song made a hit and Twenty made
a score. Every foot of ground kicked and said Apple was rotten. Balloon
started- to pitch and went straight up. Cherry tried but was a wild one.
When Spider caught the fly the crowd went wild. Old Ice cool as the game
proceeded, until hit by a pitched ball, then you ought to of heard Ice Cream.
Cabbage had a good head and kept quiet. Greens covered lots of field.
Organ refused to play. Bread loafed and was put out in the fifth inning.
Wind began to blow and what he could do. Hammer began knocking. The
trees began to leave, knife was out for cutting first base. There was lots
of betting on the game, when Glass fell they all went broke, but Soap
cleaned up. They all kicked when Fight was put out. The way they
roasted Peanuts was a crime. Balloon went up in the air when Pigs began
to root. The score was C1-Ol when .Apple told Fiddle to his base, this
shocked Oats in center field. Song made a hit and Trombone made a slide
but was put out at first base. Meat was in the plate when the game ended
in favor of Butter. '
R. V. C.
IIOVV VVOIJLD YOU LIKE TO HAVE: Mrs. ltoshon-"Why didn't you shave?"
Mr. lloshon-"I did."
Dimples like Inez and Genevieve. Mrs. Roshon-4,,W,hen?,,
Yoiee like liarndines.
Hziir like Helen Wards.
Feet like Verna's.
A laugh like 0live's.
Mr. lioshon-"Just after you said you were
.X vliin like Helen Chaney's??
XVit like Bea.
Talent like Lois.
Smile like Edwards'.
l-lands like Miss Bayer.
Heighth like VVayne Mullen.,
XVeight like Virgie Steenrod's?'?
Eyes like Freddie Packer.
Figure like Clyda.
A complexion like Martha's.
.ls miu-h to do as Robert Walker.
Sisterly love like Madge and Luella.
l':itienee like Edwards.
A disposition like Pauline.
Delbert W.A"l don't see why you insist on
walking in the deep snow and getting' your
Leona H.-"Do you think 1 want everyone
in town to see the hole in my stot-kin::'?"
lllurtlia ll-"'How do you like my new kiss-
Lib Moore--"Yes, but look at ull the good
jokes that get by you."
Grave M-"Don't you like my Company?"
Kenneth W.-"Sure, but I don't like you."
l"0T'2'l8-U.-XW', give us a kiss."
Helen Heath-"Say how many are on this
lllr. Shields---"How can you tell ai poisonous
from an unpoisonous snake?"
Fred Naylor-"By the bite."
Silvio-"XVhere is Paul Moore?"
Joe Mudre-"A. D. O. L."
Joe-"After women or liquor."
Ralph G.-"NVliat's your brother suffering'
Frederick P.-"Brain fever."
Ralph--"Oh, I thought it was something'
proof lipstick?" :P
ldrzink H.-"It's all that it's smacked up to Odottu-.Beatrice bet me fifty WMS Shfvd
lie." have a date with a football man."
t'lara--"Well, did she?"
'Phe modern woman has been weighed and 0.10113-"Yes, and she gets the half backy-
W found wanting'-everything' under the sun. ,
, Mr. Volpe tto pupill-"VVhy don't you prae-
l Helen NV-"Come see the moles 1 just lm' Wlml YOU S'-'heechw
c'aiig'ht." I "It isn't every man who has :1 wife like M
iiiii Milflf C'-4"I didn't know moles were con- mine" boasted the individual who married the M'
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Supt. Roshon: Un Chapel Speechj
At the next game we are going to
have a Boys Section and a Solid Girls
Section, so he sure mid get into your
FOR SALE: A fnldinghed by a lady,
that doubles up and looks like a piano.
A Recitation a day keeps tIIe flunks
Never put off today that which you
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MORAL: IDon't take your pants off
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The Freshmen are so dumb that
they think HAMLET is alittle pig.
SENIOR: Why did.n't MOSES take
bees into the ARK?
FRESHMAN: I don't know.
SENIOR: MOSES was never in the
The Adena Fire Department was
Called out at 2:00 a. m. They hasten-
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JONNY: "Mother if the baby was TEACHER: "Tommy if you had S0 1 5
to eat tadpoles would it give him a bass gems jingioloan-Edt3f1 Cfntsbtosgoufhsls'
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MOTHER: "Heavensnogthey'd kill TOMMY: -11 Wouldnq have any
him." SENSE l ft " 1 -IONNY5 "Well tI'1eY dldfft-I' MISS QEAYER: "In what country is SENIOR: "Are you supporting the the K3U83f00?" Annual?" LEONA H. fDay Dreamingy 'fn has I '
NANCY: "Sure not, it has a staff." 3 IOUE EHII-" Q
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I Compliments of leaf of this book a pin, in order to aid
you in seeing "the point" of these
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is to keep on them yourself. 011
Qt , ROCKY: "A cat has nine lives." Q
Confectionery LoPo1 '-rnnvs nothing, a frog can
croak a thousand times."
CADIZ, BOY: "Give me a cigarette." ,
SIQL EDWARDS: "How old are you." gf-
BOY: "Eighteen" Fl
EDWARDS: "You are old enough B
to huv them."
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Fil made a wonderful translation in Latinl F7
, "Now will you please ride up to the
front of the room and dismountl'
Up-to-Date and Sanitary lf any one asks you if you can take I
pictures, reply in the negative and '
W- A- NEGU5 P"'P- LEWIS VIOSCRIP: "That isn't an
Annual the Seniors are putting out.
Phone 36Rl9 lt's a joke paper."
RAYMOND MULLEN: 'It will be
B Colerain Ohio talriusqni ,paper if they put your pic- - -4- - w ho D I,
Ass. 1 EEEEAL ..
The Aclena Miners Supply Company
ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY
l Phone 51 Adema, ohio
322 SALEM 1. MAUD
l A School Supplies Candies and Tobacco
BOARD and ROOMS a SPECIALTY
ROOMS Fon LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING
l All Modern Conveniences
as ADENA omo
iff QUALITY ABOVE ALL
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL JEWELRY
l OmCiSlfCwP1EfS lo Jqdcna Hzgh School
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Eugene C. Host
Grower of Worlcl's Finest
WRITE FOR PRICES
WHEELING, WEST VA. JEWETT 01410 p I
Dress up Your Home as Well
as Yourself. See Me for Dungan Brothers Iigli
General Merchandise 8
STYLES SUITABLE FOR jg
EVERY HOME 5'
SWIFT TO SERVE YOU
J. J. Morriss Ph 75 M Oh.
P. o. Box 124, Hmawiiie, o. one em' 'O K
JOKER T' 'E
Compliments of MUDRE. How does ii some that an
these Senior girls are wearing such
peculiar expressions on their faces
We i . I ., ,fm lately? in
ffg, SILVIO: They are trying to look like Q
their photographs for the Adenian.
BEN SHIELDS: Who can tell me the
scientihc names for the sheep family? 5
BRIGHT STUDENT: Ram the old :F
Man. Dam the old Lady and Lamb the
The Besl Boxer in Town A TRAGEDY IN FOUR ACTS H
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L iNote found in milk hottlel
Milkman please leave a quart of
milk and a quart of water and I'll mix
. . it to suit myself as l have some spocial E'
Business IS Dead baking to do, 1'
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HEATH'S QUALITY MARKET VT
CANDY AND PRODUCE I
If it is good to eat---HEATH has IT
Phone 32 Adena, Ohio A
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If? ADENA AUTO REPAIR 112:
1 I A. R. SICKLE, Prop.
Storage---Shell Gas, Tires, Tubes and Accessories, Free Cranlzene Service
5 '53 8 Hr. Battery Service, Electric Brake Lining Service, Oil and Grease
Acetyline Cutting and Welding, Free Air and Water 'CEI
A W GENUINE FORD PARTS
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
Q' Gauge Phone 77. Residence Phone 24 : East Main St., Adena, O.
1 3 SMART SUITS for YOUNG MEN and '
' MEN who STAY YOUNG
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JOE MARTIN 81 SON COAL CO.
I DEALERS IN
ti CCAL It
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J PHONE 241228 ADENA, oHio
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I Service : Quality : 1Right llbricc
I Bashore SL Steele Q
FRICS: "I am having alot of trouhle
with my classmate "
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DOIIII: What 5 the trwublef - Pianos Fur-nlture
lb I-RIA: "I am trying to Iearn him to X512
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Two Scotcfhnien bet earh other 506, I '
-if which one voultl stay under the water I In
gg? the longest would rcreive the money-H Mt. Pleasant,
ISOTII WICRE DROWNIQD. '
1stSENIOR: "Who was that High
School Boy I saw you with last night?" N E W
2nd SENIOR: "That wasn't a Iligh
School Boy, that was a I"RIiSIIIVIAN."
EDWARDS: "What are the proper- '
ties of Hydrogen?" I
CARI. S: mfasteless, smellese, col- Q 2
orless and sightlcssf' I
The difference between zx Scotchman 4,
JJ and a Cocoanut is that you can get Z1
drink out of it cocoanut.
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THE 0 S CRAMBLET COMPANY LTD
GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS
. CADIZ OHIO
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DR. E. D. KACKLEY ja I
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UHONESTY Our Policy"
"QUALITY Our Motto"
At the A 8: P you are sure to find your favorite
Nationally Advertised Brand of Goods
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WE HAVE A
Y COMPLETE LINE Of
Gi Dry Goods : Groceries : Hardware 5
Why not trade at home, why be prejudiced against your neighbor,
when he can serve you better than a stranger?
THINK lT OVER AND COME AND SEE US
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Agent, O. C. HARGRAVE, Adena, O.
Phone 121 Steubenville, O. 173 N. Fourth St. 3,
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I In a dependable ACCREDITED SCHOOL of BUSINESS where expert teachers A
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l Thirty-two years success. Over Five Thousand Graduates and former students
started on the road to success. Let this College give you the rlghtlstart.
OPEN ALL SUMMER :: BEGIN ANY MONDAY
Write or call for Bulletins
J. T. THOMPSON, President
g 5 185 North Fourth Street Steubenville, Ohio 3 r
ii BROWNSVILLE SUPPLY F5
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GROCERIES z MEATS g FURNITURE
FOOTWEAR : HARDWARE
Everyone Treated Fair and Square
if SOMMERS omo 15-1
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l LEO J. FRIEDMAN :: Leuee and Manage
Shoppe Rfofcaiztwtca 4
IN CONNECTION AT POPULAR PRICES
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q ' THANK YOU!
WE take pleasure in thanking you for your patronage.
WE believe everything you buy of us will give you entire
WE want your trade solely upon the merits of our goods.
"Satisfaction Guaranteed" or Your Money Cheerfully Refunded l
BEN L. MCGARY
ADENA OHIO l
i "A BIG STORE IN A LXTTLE ROOM"
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We Handle Only One Thing
And We Handle It Right
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' COMPLIMENTS OF
Hastings Mdse. Company
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Wheeling, W. Va.
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is Compliments R. H. 3 fe??El1ELII.: -'Nome found it him- 1
5 of ' PROF. EDWARDS in Science Class: Q
' ' "Well are you going to answer my
1 W question?" D
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STARRETT JEWELER PAUL ADAMS -
CADIZ, n CADIZ, INSURANCE
Of All Kinds
onlo OHIO J
Fourth National Bank Building
A CADIZ, OHIO '
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I E. V. ROSE DAIRY I
WHOLE MILK and CREAM
TUBERCULIN TESTED Cows
Phone 291216 ADENA, o.
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Cadll Feed Company
76 . .
Quality Service Cadiz, Ohio
COMPLIIVIENTS OF 4
CADIZ BUS LINE COMPANY, Inc.
For Service Call Us On flny Occasion
Phone 224X CADIZ, OHIO
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Water Wells, Blast Holes and Blasting ALL WORK GUARANTEED
is-f Short Creek, Ohio Phone 9-R-21 me
TT: Dies, Tools and Special Machinery Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting :TE
THE SATURN FOUNDRY 81 MACHINE COMPANY
and Manufacturers of
Copper, Brass, Bronze and Aluminum Castings
Improved Parts for Mining Machines E l
Q WHEELING WEST VA. Q
0 'i"ff"' NE P' D 7":l ?-W" -05 0
Lamb's Studio M. M. MORRIS
WILL FINISH YOUR
PICTURES Barbering Marcelling
All Late Styles in
Short Creek Ohio Hair Cutting
cAs AND Auro
Dr. J. C. McCleister
F. G. SWABADO, Prop.
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Siimiwacexy SUPPIY C0-
ROSS DAVIS, Prop.
ALLIANCE OHIO Martins Ferry Ohio
I.. ENGELMEIER 81 SONS Westlake BYOS-
MERC1-1AND15E Martins Ferry, 0. Phone 123
CHEVROLET and FORD
Harrisville, 0. Barton, O.
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THE PEUPLES NATIUNAL BANK I
MT. PLEASANT, OHIO
Capital S50,000.00 Surplus 350,000.00 I
Total Resources S630,000.00
is 495 Paid on Savings Accounts
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THE WORLDS FINEST CARS U
ll" 52-62-72 and Imperial 80 S'
3 l Gas Accessories Oil Tires
ag Phone 196-R McKinley Ave. Cadiz, Ohio Sf?
R. E. DICKERSON
y Jewelery Kodaks Sporting Goods
Patent Medicines Toilet Articles A
il Phone 72 Bridge Street Adena, Ohio 'J
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We Lead Others Follow
THE LEADER STORE
DRY GOODS CROCERIES MEATS
Trading at the Leader will save you Money l
A RICHARD THOMAS, Prop.
8? Phone 1' Adena, Ohio Hi
5. R. C. BOWMAN Li.
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1206 Main street Wheeling, W. va. 25
PASTIME THEATER A
The Home of Good Entertainment
yu Adena, Ohio
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' J. B. ZAMBON COIVIPA Y 1'
Makes Better Bread, Rolls, Cake and Pastry i
We guarantee the quality of "OCCIDENT" Flour to be not only good, but
better than other Hours to be immediately noticeable-that you can make
bread from it, that in purity, whiteness, rich flavor, fine even texture and
general goodness is better than the bread you can make from other flour. 5 g-
Backing this guarantee every dealer has authority to refund the purchase
price to any dissatisfied HOCCIDENTH customer.
TRY THIS OFFER
Try a sack of HOCCIDENT' and make many bakings as you wish. If
you are not satisfied that it is better than any other Hour you have ever ,
used return the unused portion of the sack and GET YOUR MONEY BACK.
Your dealer will refund it without argument.
FLOYD CUTTER F
General Automobile Repairing i
SICK ROOM SUPPLIES
Everthing for the Comfort
of the Invalid
Rolling Chairs : Hospital Beds
J. L. MCLAIN
Phone: Office 90 : Residence 4240
Auto Top 8: Radiator
AUTO TOPS SEAT COVERS
Radiators Rebuilt. Bodies and
DEPONT DUCO FINISH
1053 Main St. Wheeling, W. Va.
25 20th St. Wheeling, W. Va. fig
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ig Better Clothes For Less lie
WHEELING'S GREATEST CLOTHIERS
IVIEN and BOYS
, 1052-54 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va. L
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Q CO. PAINT : WALL PAPER
Your Diploma or Clan Picture will be
expertly framed if done in our shop
506 Mafkef Sfmt THE MARIETTA PAINT srons
Q. Stel.llJeIlVllle 161 South 4th St. Steubenville, 0. L
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STEUBENVlLLE'5 NEW MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL ATHLETIC CONTESTANTS
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ld 514-522 Market St. Steubenville, Ohio
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WOMENS AND MISSES'
Third and Market Streets Steubenville, Ohio
FOR THE BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES
DISTINCTIVE YARD GOODS
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n "After You Graduate---Start Your Career Right" 7 T
gf ig CARZOIL
"Will help you over many a 'hill' "
Along the road of life
I The CARSON OIL COMPANY I
,., h Phone l93X CADIZ, OHIO ,Q
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l FIVE PASSENGER SEDAN---Safe, Warm, Comfortable Riding W.
S at Au Tame....AT YoUR sERv1cE i l
IQ WILLIAM HUF F MAN I I f
A TAXI SERVICE-ANYWHERE-ANYTIME- W
FOR A REASONABLE PRICE
552' Day Phone 60 ADENA, OHIO Night Phone 60 if
f' 1-2 A T "
K, When in doubt for something to eat---Call at
, MACHANS RESTAURANT I il
Always at Your Service
Bridge Street Adena, Ohio A K
The "BIGGEST" z z "SMALL" Town
Home of Good Churches, Good Schools, Good
Business Enterprise, Best Community Spirit
Largest Coal Shipping Center in Eastern Ohio
:E ADENA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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ADENA, ouxo gl 4
"M For Best Results '
The SYMONS and PACKER CO. n M
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A WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
For Quick Service Phone Your Orders
ALLEN E. CARTER
The Painter and Decorator
Phone 24X ADENA, OHIO
jg IF You WANT TO SEE A
Fires? SEMA m m gimp
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H ADENA OHIO
TWIN KNOLL DAIRY
PURE MILK AND CREAM
ADENA z 2 AND : : CADIZ
g 'A PP' New C3
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, Launderers . : Cleaners 1
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The Laundry Just Phone 632
Does It Best STEUBENVlLLE,O. W
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THE lVlcGOWAN BROS. CO.
Town Crier Flour : : : King Midas Flour
Hygeia Coffee : Fort Steuben Food Products
Little Crow Pancake Flour
8 Branch at Uhrichsville, O. STEUBENVILLE, OHIO 0
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Modern Laundry Modern Laun Q
Washing: Washed Cloi es
2.35-237 Jefferson St. Martins Ferry, Ohio
PHONE 365 Q
Uisit This Modern 73Iant---See For Yourself
Modern Laundry Modern Laundry
iii Washing! Washed Clothes S 2
Q Guards Health Last Longer 5
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L ADENA, OHIO
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COMPLIMENTS OF 5 W
DR. H. C. CRAWFORD
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A REAL BOOK is the BANK BOOK Li.
l 1. IT is the KING of all Books -- h
l g IT Stands out ALONE--- l
Li IT gives a Summary of FACTS-1
As you read through its pages scribbled with figures in ink--- Q
IT drives away all worries and cares.
if CADIZ, OHIO
C. l... BUNDY 8z SONS
h DAILY SERVICE---ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTICN g
V Q 1
A A HEADQUARTERS AT HARRISVILLE, O. '
Adena Phone 83R 8: 83X Wheeling Phone 3870
Cadiz Phone l93X or Leave Orders in Order Box
. at Carson Oil Company. B ,L
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' HOTEL and RESTAURANT
MEALS AND SHORT ORDERS
Fine Candies Ice Cream
A Q EVERYTHING GOOD TO DRINK
T34 Phone 40 Adena, Ohio 3 h
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5 INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE ,egg PHONE 181-X CADIZ, OHIO gg
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A E. M. Long 8c Sons
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5 The Home of O
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Q A-Omwfcfo Ulliires L'iFwOn'?oes Of
PHONE 81R O
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Whee11ng Townslup is
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Miners and Shippers
4 No.8 COAL.
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wh E S f
li for Economical Transportation
i A 1
Frank J. McGavran
Eg Glbewolet Ecaler ig
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Ally The Pictures in this ADENIAN were Photographed
Shulman's Photograph Studio
Photographs of Distinction j
1 5 1118 Steubenville Bank and Trust Building ii
ix STEUBENVILLE, OHIO
This book the "Adenian" was printed by 'f
The Stem Prlntmg Co.
Quallty Printers '1 Fa i
I The cmzen. Bank Building
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ig. PHONE 1s2.R MARTINS FERRY, OHIO
F Fl 7'
i Caps and gowns used by lhe 1928 graduating class
of Adema High School are supplied by
COLLEGIA TE CAP AND GOWN CO.
CHAMPAIGN - MADISON - COLUMBUS - CHICAGO
"A Superior Renlal Serviceu
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I E. L. IRWIN 'If
FRESH MEATS FINE GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON TIME WITH DELIVERIES
OYSTERS : FISH : POULTRY
Phone 22 ADENA, O.
III RAILROAD RESTAURANT IIT
E JAMES CIFALDI, Prop. F
,MI TRY OUR SHORT ORDERS and HOT LUNCHES ,h
Cigarettes Cigars Tobaccos Q
I Confectionery Groceries
gi Phone 23 ADENA, O.
If You Get Your Winter Coal NOW I
Maple Grove Coal Company
It Will Last All Winter
E. E. RILEY, Supt. ADENA, O.
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' COMPLIMENTS OF
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Lessons on All Instruments
3 ADENA ' oruo
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Before you order any ICE. CREAM or Refreshments
i for your Parties see our Prices-Lowest in Town
T5 Main Street Adena, Chic
" "Say It With Flowers"
All Kinds of Potted Plants
Cut Flowers For All Occasions
HARRISVILLE, O. Phone 86Rl4
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Lessons on All Instruments
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Before you order any ICE CREAM or Refreshments
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ig Main Street Adena, Ohio
ig "Say It With Flowersn
All Kinds of Potted Plants
Cut Flowers For All Occasions
HARRISVILLE, O. Phone 86R14
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