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Each year Adena High School 8
edits a book which, in years to come,
should recall memories of the pleas- 8
ant hours spent together and the 9
friendships formed within her walls. 8
Each year we try to improve the H
annual and in it bring out our sincere 9
feelings of devotion and loyalty to our
school. Each page should b r i n g B
happy reminisences to the minds and 9
hearts of all who loved old A. H. S. 5
This has been our aim and we hope, B
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We, the class of Nineteen hundred twenty-nine,
present this edition of "The Adenianu in dedication
to our superintendent, Ray Burdett Roshon, with
heartfelt appreciation for his kindly counsel and
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING
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LEE D. SHEARER J. A HANEY, M. D
President Vice Presideni
E. T ARNOLD
R E. WALKER '
R. E. DICKERSON Other Member of the Board U. M. CASE, Clerk
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RAY BURDETT ROS!-ION CHARLES BENJAMIN SHIELDS
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL
B. S. in Ed. B. S. in Ed.
Ohio State University Ohio UI'1iVCfSitY
Liberty Union High School Mt- Pleasant High SCh00l
TEACHER or ALGEBRA Adena High 5011001
MARGARET E1 DORA SMITH
Adena High School
TEACHER OF MATHEMATICS
AND MANUAL TRAINING
CHESTFR HOBART HANNAHS
Rio Grande College
Cambridge High School
TEACHER OF ENGLISH TEACHER OF SCIENCE AND CIVICS
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WARD CLIFTUN HANSON GEORGIA MCCASKEY
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'President Lewis Harrison
Secretary ,Anna Mac Sloan
Treasurer - Raymond Mullen
Class M ollo
LABOR CONQUERS ALL THINGS
"LABOR OMNIA VINCIT"
LILY OF THE VALLEY
ORCHID AND YELLCW
Nancy Lee Shearer, Valedictorian
Henrietta Hobson, Salutatorian
Anna Mae Sloan, Class Oration
Irene Worthington Mary Krecella
Raymond Mullen Robert Walker
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MARY TOOLE MILDRED PHILLIPS
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day Without a deed to crown i U or vsioi s o s ow er wlt incompar-
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"Gentle thou art and therefore to be
Glee Club 45 Honor Club 45 Art Editor
PATRICK SAWKO ROBERT HENDERSON
"He shall have a noble memory." "I see virtue in his looks."
Short Creek 1-2-35 Class Play 45 Pep Baseball 45 Class Officer 35 Printing
Club 45 Feature Editor Annual 4. manager, Annual 4.
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3 FREDERICK NAYLOR. RALPH GOSNELL
"Boots ' f'Ra1p1ue"
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S called 'rigmarole' " Glee Club 3-45 Basketball 2-35 Class
Glee Club 3-45 Football 35 Class Play Pl , 2-Q, A , 1 SL ff 4
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Q EDWARD DUDGIK
"He hath a stern look but a gentle
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l HENRIETTA HOBSON STELLA SWANN
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a neat noble carriage."
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Play 43 High School Paper Stall' 43
Annual Staff 4.
ANNA MAE SLOAN
"She 'looks as clear as morning roses,
newly washed with dew."
Martins Ferry 13 Glee Club 3-43 Oper-
etta 43 Girls' Athletic Manager 43
Class Oificer 2-43 Class Play 2-3-43
Pep Club 43 Honor Club Prest. 43
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letic Editor Annual 43 Class Oration. !
"She is of so free, so kind, so apt, so
blessed a disposition."
Short Creek 1-2-33 Basketball 43 An-
nual staH 4.
"I have immortal longings in me."
Glee Club 3-43 Football 43 Basketball
43 Athletic Manager 33 Booster Club
Prest. 43 Class Officer 33 Class Play
2-3-43 H. S. Paper Staff 43 Annual
"Fortune and victory sit on thy helm."
Athletic manager 3-43 Class Play 2-33
Booster Club, Secy-Treas. 33 Pep
Club 43 Honor Club 43 High School
Paper Staff 3-45 Advertising manag-
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WILLIAM LEWIS HARRISON
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"The force of h1s merit makes hls Way." rarest of good Onesjv
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Club 3-45 Operetta 45 Football 3-45
Class Officer 1-2-35 Class Play 2-3-45
Honor Club 45 H. S. Paper Staff 3-45
Co-Editor Annual 4.
Club 3-45 Operetta 45 Football 2-3-45
Basketball 2-3-45 Capt. 35 Baseball
3-45 Class oificer 1-25 Prest. 3-45
Class Play 2-3-45 High School Paper
Staiif 3--45 Boys Athletic Editor An-
"A loyal, just and upright gentleman."
Mt. Pleasant 1-2-35 Glee Club 45 Foot-
ball 45 Annual
NANCY LEE SHEARER
"A perfect woman, nobly plannedg To
warn, to comfort and command."
Glee Club 3-45 Operetta 45 Orchestra
25 Band 25 Basketball 3-45 Class Of-
ficer 1-25 Class Play 2-35 Pep Club,
Prest. 45 Honor Club 45 Ed. in Chlef
H. S. Paper Staff 3-45 Co-Editor An-
nual 45 Valedictorian.
"As full of spirit as the month of May."
Short Creek I-25 Glee Club 3-45 Basket
Ball 3-45 Class Play 35 Booster Club
Secy. 45 Circulation Manager An-
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Senior l s isto
We, the class of twenty-nine, boarded our ship early in 1925 and
set sail on the deep, blue sea. We sailed into the harbor of Adena on
September 6. We then, thirty-six in number, marched proudly up to
the High School building.
Lo! When we beheld our upper classmen, we almost vanished
from sight. They called us "Freshies" and of course we thought that
it must be something horrible but later learned that it meant merely
"Greenies," So we patiently bore our burden. Before the close of our
first year some of our group went back to sail the waters alone. The
following spring we departed with bright anticipations for the coming
September when we should again return to port.
A few brief months passed and we sailed into the haven of
Adena. We anchored our ship and made haste to our class room. We
were now Sophomores. A few more of our throng had gone out to face
the world. But one whom we know as Anna Mae joined our happy
throng to remain with us the rest of our career. We studied hard and
when spring came we departed for the second time.
We returned the following September very proud to be called
Juniors because we felt that we were upper classmen. Our number was
again diminished but two joined us from other schools, Stella Swann
and Genevieve Lewis by name, who have remained with us. Before
the close of the year our number was very small, but we managed to
cling together. We sailed out of the port in May only to return for the
last time in September.
This time we considered ourselves too dignified to sail in a ship
upon the sea. We therefore had a specially built airship to bring us to
Adena. When we arrived at our class room we found three new mem-
bers who joined us. We can better appreciate them by remembering
their names as Mary Krecella, Anna Sawko and Patrick Sawko. These
three new members made our enrollment come up to twenty.
We have conquered many hardships during our four years jour-
ney and are now ready to bid farewell to our classmates and Adena.
IRENE WORTHINGTON, Class Historian.
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Friends, Romans, Countrymen,
Lend me your ears,
And I will tell you a story
That covered three years.
Three years ago a group of girls and boys entered Adena High
School as Freshmen. That year was very successful, with a few hard
tasks to be overcome. We were well represented in both basketball
The following September we found that some of our companions
did not return, and that there were some new ones added to our class.
The Sophomore year was as successful as the preceding one had been.
The tasks which were set before us were somewhat more difficult. We
were sad and discouraged when we learned that Superintendent Den-
nis was leaving us, but before long under the supervision of Mr. Roshon
everything was moving quite smoothly, and the year ended, as the pre-
ceding one had, with examinations and lots of excitement.
The fall of 1928 saw our return to dear old A. H. S. as Juniors.
We felt the responsibility of our new position to be quite heavy. Our
class was well represented in athletics, both boys and girls played a
large part in making the teams a success. We do not boastfully, but
earnestly and truthfully say that our class has greatly aided in estab-
lishing a widely known reputation for Adena High in all phases of
Next year we wish to reach the summit of the hill of High School
education. We will never cease to do our best for A. H. S. and thus we
will be faithful to that worthy motto, "Give to the world the best that
you have, and the best will come back to you." We Wish to use our mis-
takes and hardships as stepping stones and in this way establish the
highest honor for our class.
RAYMOND CRAWFORD, Class Historian.
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In the fall of 1926 a class of more than fifty members entered A.
H. S. It has ever since been distinguished for its energy and enthu-
siasm, its class spirit and its famous athletes. Naturally it was young
and green. But it did as other classes have done and will continue to
do after it: outgrew its infancy.
The short period of two years has passed, only to give this Sopho-
more class of twenty-nine members an opportunity to grow, to advance
and to attain. Gradually the number diminished, some leaving during
the Freshmen year, others in the second year of their High School ca-
reer. Some of their vacancies have been Iilled by new class mates,
coming from other schools.
Now that their buds of greenness have burst forth and they have
spent two years of, earnest effort in unfolding these tender petals they
are truly hoping to be "Jolly Juniors" in full bloom. We trust that none
of this promising class will have fallen in their steady march toward
SUCCESS and that they will give us cause in '31 to be proud of them.
INEZ GILLESPIE, Class Historian.
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Mary Virginia Tyrell
Daniel Roe Annis
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William Aspinall Wilda Phillips
Stanley Bernoski Ramondo Rotonda
Halford Brokaw Thelma Ruckman
Etta Mae Marchbank
Fresh an Class Hi ta
On September 8, 1919, twenty-live young and carefree sailors
boarded the first ship of knowledge at the port of Adena, Ohio. We
sailed on rough seas from September until May, when We landed not
sailing again until the next September. At each stop we had a few
new sailors board our vessel to take the places of others who had de-
barked. On each voyage we made, the seas became rougher but most
of us braved the storms and did not desert the ship.
At last, after eight years of this work we were prepared for even
harder Work and rougher seas, so when we reached port in May, 1928,
there were fifty who left the "Elementary Ship."
September, 1928 when We again met at port Adena we found that
a few had decided to give up the sailor life and many from other ports
-York, Harrisville and Ramsey-who were prepared to sail on "The
Freshmen." While on this voyage some were terrified by the huge
waves-Science, Algebra and Latin-and left the ship as soon as pos-
sible. We who are about to disembark, are now prepared to board the
vessel "Sophomore" when it sails next September.
WILDA PHILLIPS, Class Historian.
Tresidenf - - - Alec Ffllipmvicfw
'Uice President - -
Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Symons
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Adena got off to a poor start when the fast Flushing eleven
trimmed us on our field. Although handicapped by lack of prac-
tice, the boys put up a good fight only to be defeated by a 19-6
Adena 6 Mt. Pleasant 6
The following week Adena and Mt. Pleasant met on a wet and
muddy field and battled to a 6-6 tie. The game was devoid of thrills
as both teams resorted to straight football.
Adena 0 Barnesville 7
Adena next met Barnesville with a squad of twelve men. Des-
pite the fact that there were very few rooters for the team, Barnes-
ville was held to seven points.
Adena 0 St. Johns 6
The St. Johns boys from Bellaire came to Adena expecting
"fish on Friday," but after a hard game they considered themselves
lucky to get a six point margin.
Adena 6 Tiltonville 26
We went to Tiltonville and in the first few minutes of playing
they scored on a "fluke." The game was lost but the Adena boys
fought to the final whistle.
Adena 0 C14 first downs, St. Clairsville 0 Cl first downl
In the St. Clairsville game our line proved a "stonewall" and
the opposing team did not gain more than ten yards through it.
Adena travelled within scoring distance three times but lacked the
punch to put it over. The game ended with a scoreless tie, but the
boys were encouraged by the showing they made on the defense.
Adena 26 Cadiz 6
On Armistice Day, Cadiz traveled to Adena expecting an easy
victory but we were too tough for them. The team worked together
so well that we scored in the first quarter. Cadiz managed to get
one touchdown but we came back with two more and the game end-
ed 26-6 in Adena's favor.
Adena 12 Smithfield 0
After defeating Cadiz the Adena team continued in its stride
by winning from Smithfield the following week. Long runs and
passes featured the game but the Adenians were able to cross the
goal only twice.
Adena 0 Dillonvale 7
Thanksgiving afternoon found Adena and Dillonvale lined up
for the kick-off on Dillon's field. The first quarter was all Adena
but in the second the team lost its punch. When the boys came
back for the last half it seemed all their determination had left them.
Dillon scored right after the quarter started and although our boys
fought desperately, they could not overcome that lead.
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LEWIS HARRISON EDWARD DUDGIK
Lew was a good field ircnerfll H1111 ball Car' Another zreen player who learned fast and
Pier, RIS well TLS H Vfllllllble fl'3f0nSlV9 mlm- with became an iron man on the defense was Coln-
tht' irreutest Of' lllelllillfe he Wmllfl Ulvk the lea' nel. He found himself in the second half of the
Kher' llrlrlel' l'liS ilrm Hflll h?1'Ul fer U19 middle iff Tiltonville prime when he stopped play after
the line usually pin-king: up a few needed yards. play llll-,High his Side of the line. From then
I-Ie was good en-1uLth hrulien field runner tu on he played renzirkable football considering
:win il'H'UlIS-'l1 Lfwlile and :'ro:'nd the ends. C111 his experience. We regret that Colonel zrradu-
was the most experienced l-liyer on the team ates this yen' for in time he would have made
and we wish him the best of luck in college. a name for himseli' as a lineman.
Dave was our mana:-:er hut showed up so
well in scrimmage one night that Chet put him
on the team. Althouirh he was prreen there were
not many runs went around his end. When le
tackled a man. that man knew he was tfielsle l.
Dave deserves credit ful' his showing: his first
Raymond is a hard-hitting: and hard tackling:
hack who showed up well this past season. He RUSS is th? 'my Whn Won the Hf'mifHff"" "f
is a Lcood blocker and good defensive man. "'lVUSini5 teams fm' his nwve and fight' He
When vallefl mmm U, Ca,-ry the lmll Ray always was a tri:-ky haeli and often hrolie away for
mime lhrmmh. He was holler at hitting tlw growl :rains throuzrh iavkle. He was pretty light
line than running the ends' Mullen will llc, for hlockine: hut he pruved a growl help in tak-
mlsscll next year. ine' out the ends. Muvh will he expected from
Russ next year.
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Center and Fulllmck Guard
A Henry is quiet and steady. He is always the Bob was an inexperienced player but showed
i same kind of a player and is dependable either up well during: the end of the season. His long:
i on the line or in the hack field, although he arms were useful in rearhim: over the line and
' seems more at home on the line. He is a sure grasping.: a pl:1yer before he was well started.
C lat-I-.ler, passer or receiver. Althouprh handirap- His defensiiie work was better than his of-
! ped by bruised hips he hits the line nicely. fensiye but in another year he should be a
' well balanved lineman.
i JOHN HALL
i Johnny was active for his size and although
: ereen he played good enouieth football fur a
Freshman. One of his chief wants is aggres-
i siveness. We'll expert to hear a lot, more of
' Johnny next year and hope he isn't. so good
! natured during the games.
' LOUIS SIPOS ROLLIE WISHARD
i Tackle Center
i Anoiher Freshman who will hang on like n Rnllie hid hard luck and injuries kept him
- bull don, but plays a silent watt-h.'ul name. He out for a mood part of the season, but he show-
' started the season at iruarrl and later shifted ed up well in the early part of the year. His
i lo tat-kle, where he seems more at home. He position was L-enter and he played it like a vet-
- needs to lose some of his good humor during: eran. Rollie received some hard know-ks in the
l the gl,-yms, "SilQm-Q Siposw and "Johnny" 1-an first few Ltanies but he never said "div." until
V tear things up next, year if they would berome he was down and out. He will 1:11 strong: next
more blood thirsty. year.
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i Hal fback
.luhnny is a shariishonter when tossing: the
lxall. He punts as well and usu.illy better thm
Tackle and Guard
F'r'nl: w'iS not quite so rough as a lmy his
sizzc shrwld lie. llut he vtin play p:uud fmmlluull
' any upgzonent, either with a wet or dry bill, when he Lakes a nntim-n and next, your more
i Johnny is a yrnml plave kicker and runs ends will be exxvofted of him. Frlnk was a hard
! nfl' tau-kle nr thi-uuxrh the middle just the same, tavkfer and blocker and miy develop into :x
l Ile is fighting: dlfenwive fulllvavk and by hi: mmf! end. Those long: arms ouuht to snag many
help to the line. keeps 'en sz-rxmpilig. Johnny ifgissczrs and smear amusing pI,1ys and lilly:-rs.
Q is the nrubilyle 1925? quarterback.
I ALEC TRUscALosKr
' This was Alec's second year nn the varsity
6 and he was one of the main mugs in the line.
- He played. like Vic, down low and let nothinfr
' im Lhrnufrh him. The only way to uiin through
6 the L-enter' of our line was nver the top, Alec
- fought and held like a bull dup: on the irunl
. line and many time-S made taeklos behind the
' line uf scrimmmre
6 JAMES MOSCRIP VICTOR RUCKER
i Tackle Guard
i Jim held down the wing: position this year Vin' was out durimr a part of the season, but
- when he czime hack he surely made it hot for
and did it admirably. He is not very heavy but
A he stunned anythingr that A-ame his way. He
was :owl at snamzingz passes for lengthy grains.
Jim will be a valuable man tu next year's team.
his nppunenls. He played at end in the first
name but soon found his pnsitiun at guard.
With more experience he will make one uf the
best linemen in history.
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This was Coach Harmahs first year at
Adena and it proved a vesy successful one.
He not only led the football team through
a fair season but turned out one of 'thy
best basketball teams in the history of the
school. "Chet" was great for clean sports
and discouraged rough talk among the
boys on and off the field. He taught his
squad to play the game for the love of
playing it and stood for ns nonscnce on
the part of an individuel. W'e admire him
not onlv as a coach bu as a min. The Sen-
iors Wish him the best of luck next year.
Ray was the handy man about the place
this year. He was faithful to every play-
er's need during football but in basketball
season he developed a habit of not being
around when the players wanted him.
Nevertheless he did a lot of hard work and
made a very good manager. He fully de-
serves the letter awarded for his services.
Give l'e:1n an open tielil and watch him run'
away from his opponents. He was the fastest
man on the teilm and naturally made 'x good
safety man. He was a good pass receiver .zrnl
also a fair blocker, What he lacked in weghi
he made up in speed and nerve.
Here is a boy who believes that business
is business but is just as much fun as the
next one. Barney filled out all schedules
and signed all contracts as well as taking
charge of all athletic funds. He handled
the money in such a way that we not only
payed off our debt but made money the
same year. He deserves a great deal of
"Beardo" was our trainer and manager
combined. He was indirectly responsible
for our victories by keeping the boys in
the best of condition and good humor. It
was largely through his efforts that we
were able to pay off our debt by keeping
the equipment in tip top shape. We are
proud of Manager "Beardo."
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As We look back over our basketball record and note that we
won twenty-four out of twenty-six games played, we know that it was
the most successful basketball season in the history of Adena Hlh.
Unfortunately the first game was lost to Smithfield and the last tour-
ney game to Belle Valley.
On February 22, the team went to Steubenville and there met
Knoxville in the first round of the Jefferson County tournament. The
boys played their best basketball and after playing four games won the
county tournament. Then on to Dover where they met New Athens
for the third time during the season and for the third time defeated
them. Two games were played at Dover and the following week after
journeying to Dennison the team was defeated by Belle Valley, not a
better team but by this time the Adena boys were so tired and worn
out that we cannot wonder they lost.
By winning the County Tournament the third time, the silver lov-
ing cup became the permanent possession of Adena High School. The
Steubenville Chamber of Commerce presented the county champions
with a silver basketball trophy. Besides these, Adena was also award-
ed the championship cup of the Eastern Ohio Athletic League, having
won all twelve games played in the League.
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Peon was about the cleverest man on
the team and used his ability to good ad-
vantage. He was light but his speed and
fight over-balanced his weight. Of course
he had his off days but on the average, he
played good ball. His favorite shot was
from the middle of the floor and he made
many of them. He will be missed by next
Lew was a cool headed player and was
high scorer for the team. He was fast at
breaking for the basket, taking a shot or
passing to a team mate. Lew was an ac-
curate dribbler and passer as well as a
good team player. He acted as floor lead-
er in most of the games and will be missed
Not an outstanding player but steady
and dependable. The boys liked to have
him in the line-up and there was always
something lacking when he was out. Vic'
was good in blocking passes into the cen-
ter and in breaking up dribbles. Another
year will show improvement in Rucker's
Here is one of the fastest men on the
basket ball floor. His offensive work made
him very valuable to the team. Johnny
was especially good at dribbling and pass-
ing besides ranking high in scoring. He
has two more years and will probably be-
come one of the greatest players ever
turned out by Adena.
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Jim was the best guard we had under
the basket. His long arms often blocked a
would-be shot and knocked down many a
dribble. Jim was a better defensive man
than he was offensive but he fitted in well
with team play. He worked with More-
land to make up one of the best pairs of
guards in this section.
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Russell Penman-Guard or Forward
Russ is a fast and clever player who
works in team play very nicely. Because of
his size he is handicapped for defense but
his scrap makes him an effective and valu-
able player to any squad. He is a fair shot
but gets nervous under the basket. Russ
has one more year to play and two for-
ward berths will be opened by graduation.
Dave is a Senior and played his first
year of basketball. When under the basket
and unable to pass out or dribble he would
wrap those long arms around the ball and
there jump ball. Although not much of a
shot he fed the others. Dave rather liked
Here is a tall, lanky boy not so speedy
but very steady. Frank gave Rucker a bat-
tle for center. He worked well in the first
line defense being extremely hard to
shoot over or draw out of position. Rather
slow in shooting but he made an average
number of shots. We shall expect much
from Frank next year.
Alec Truacalosln-Center and Forward
Alec, a good sized boy, not noted for
speed but for dependablity and a good
method. He always played the same game
regardless of the score. Alec doesn't drib-
ble much but passes a great deal. Like
some others on the squad he hated to shoot
for fear of missing. Everybody misses.
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"Hobby" was always ready to step in
and do his bit. He was kept in the reserves
mostly but was used enough to gain valu-
able experience for next season. "Hobby"
is a Freshman who won a varsity letter
and deserves much credit. A gain in
weight and height this summer would aid
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"Babe" was a clever forward and it took
a good guard to guard her. She was high
scorer for the team and was feared by her
opponents. Unluckily she was declared in-
eligible in the latter part of the season and
was greatly missed by her team mates.
Here is the peppiest and hardest fighter
on the team. She was largely instrumental
in working the ball under the basket for a
shot. After the loss of Babe, Sally became
the mainstay of the team and collected a
majority of the team's points.
Sara is another Freshie who made good
this year. She did not play as a regular
but was in enough games to gain valuable
experience. Sara is a good shot as well as
a good floor player. No doubt she will star
Although not a regular, Nancy fitted in
well with the first team. She was a good
passer and a fair shot and could be expect-
ed to do her share toward winning a game.
She was great for team play and seldom
shot unless she was open. This was
Nar1cy's last year with Adena.
Mary was noted for her ability to "dog"
her forward. It took a very clever forward
to get away from her and there were very
few who could do so. This was her first
and last year with Adena and proved a
very valuable one. The team will miss her
Viola was tall and very hard to shoot
over. She is only a Freshman but played
a dependable game for her first year.
Viola liked to rough it up and the harder
they came the harder they fell. She should
be even better next year.
Kathryn Heath-Guard or Forward
Small but mighty was Katie. She always
did her best when sent in a game. If her
opponents thought they had something
easy they soon changed their minds. Katie
will be a valuable player to next year's
Alameda could always be depended up-
on to give her best. That best was usually
good enough to hold her forward to few
baskets. She was a good passer and work-
ed well in team play. We may expect to
hear more of Alameda next year.
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Anna came from Short Creek with liitle
experience but showed up well at prac.ice.
It look a good farwatd to get away from
her long' enjugzli to score. We regret that
Anna leaves us this year for she would
have developed into a real guard in an-
Vera was a scrappy little player. This
was her first year and she was green but
learned fast and earned her letter. She
loves to play the game and in another year
will be on the lirst team. Vera is a good
passer and defensive guard,
Bernice had the build for center and
played the position well. Of course she was
inexperienced but in another year, should
show much improvement. She never took
time to shoot and thus didn't make a large
percentage of her shots. But watch her
smoke next year.
The girls had to shift for themselves un-
til this year when Anna Mae shouldered
the burden and proved herself a desirable
and necessary quantity. She was always on
deck when needed and kept the girls new-
ly acquired dressing room "locked up,"
making certain that all equipment was in
safe keeping. She will he missed next year.
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Baseball did not prove so successful as other athletics but it main-
tained its position in Adena High. The first three games which were
scheduled with Bridgeport, Jewett and St. Clairsville were postponed
due to rainy weather. However after being defeated by Martins Ferry
6-0, the team came around to two successive victories from Tiltonville
Q5-21 and St. Clairsville C9-6.1 The rest of the schedule follows:
May 27-St. Clairsville.
Mail at E-Warcaa
FOOTBALL 'V -
Henry Bednarski-All district squad, half.
Frank Hargrave-All district squad, guard.
Lewis Harrison--All county forwardg all district forward fDennisonJg E. 0. A. L.
Honor Roll forward.
John Moreland-All County guard and Captaing all Valley guard and Captain QSec-
ond Teamlg E. O. A. L. Honor Roll guard.
Llewellyn Beynon-All county forward fSecond Teamlg E. O. A. L. Honorable
James Moscrip-All county guard: CHonorable Mentionlg E. O. A. L. Honorable
Frank Hargrave--All county center fHonorable mentionj
Victor Rucker-E. O. A. L. Centerg fHonorable mentionj
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The Honorary Society, "Ninety Club" was begun this year as a
county organization and the Adena chapter was formed at the begin
ning of the second semester. Members were announced at chapel and
presented with the club pins. A banquet was held in the spring for the
faculty and club members.
Anna Mae Sloan-President fSeniorJ
Bernice Buchanan-Secretary fJuniorJ
Nellie Wright-Treasurer fJuniorJ
Robert Walker-Sargeant at Arms fSenio1'J
Nancy Lee Shearer fSeniorD
Henrietta Hobson QSeniorJ
Raymond Mullen fSenio1J
Irene Worthington fSeniorj
Mary Krecella fSeniorJ
Imogene Singer fJuniorJ
Mildred Anthony QSophomoreD
Inez Gillespie fSophomorel
Catherine Henry fSophomoreJ
Martha McFarland fS0phomorel
Joseph Robb fSophomoreJ
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This is the first year for the Pep Club in Adena High School. Be-
cause of students' lack of interest in school activities the Solid Geome-
try class, under direction of Principal Shields, sought to solve the prob-
lem somewhat according to Geometric rules. They established a com-
mittee consisting of themselves and elected Nancy Lee Shearer for
chairman. They elected five more members and set about making
plans for pep meetings and other stunts to create enthusiasm. They
succeeded wonderfully-in fact so well-that in the latter part of the
year there were so many activities that there was scarcely any time for
Nancy Lee Shearer, Chr.
Anna Mae Sloan
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Girls? Glee Clem
The Girls' Glee Club under the direction of Miss Louise Lorentz
has accomplished much during the past year. Combined with the Boys'
Glee Club the club presented an operetta, "The Gypsy Rover."
The Club organized at the beginning of the school year and prac-
tices were held every Tuesday afternoon.
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The Boys' Glee Club has became an organized factor in A. H. S.
This is the second year under the direction of Miss Lorentz and the
boys have done splendid Work. There are several very talented young
men in this organization and we'll expect to hear more of them in their
Practices were held every Monday evening and on these occas-
ions strains of beautiful, harmonious music could be heard coming
from the music room. We hope the club will continue to grow and im-
prove as it has during the past two years.
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The High School Orchestra, which has always been an important
feature of our chapel program and school entertainments for the past
eight years, kept up its good work this year. Although smaller than
ever before, quality was not lacking. Under the able direction of Mr.
Volpe the orchestra progressed greatly and we hope to have several
DSW II161'I1bEl'S IlCXt year.
Raymond Crawford Lewis Harrison
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The High School paper, "The Adenian" was published through-
out the year, completing its second year of existence With the May is-
sue. Of course it is still rather amateurish but it is hoped that it will
continue to grow and improve in future years.
Editor-in-Chief N ,,,,o to
Assistant Editor S or
News Editor r o,lol
Senior Reporter o,,,o,o
Junior Reporter or roov
Freshmen. Reporter ool,
SOCl2LlEd1t01' S or rrrr.
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Assistant Joke Editors
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Nancy Lee Shearer
-,,,r,rrAnna Mae Sloan
so Raymond Mullen
..g.gegeeeg Clyda Mercer
Principal C. B. Shields, Miss Margaret Smith.
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THE EQGETHR QLUH
A long standing society in Adena High School is the Booster
Club. Its purpose is to boast school activities, principally athletics and
to purchase gold basket balls and footballs for the Senior letter girls
The club organized at the first chapel period of the year and
elected officers and cheer-leaders.
Georgia Crawford Vera Sloan
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HIGH SCHOOL OPERETTA
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ADENA HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUBS
APRIL 12 AND 19
Cast of Characters
Zara-The Belle of the Gypsy Camp ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Marton-Meg's husband ..,........,,.,,............,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,7..,L.
Rob-The Gypsy rover ....... ..., . ., .,...,....,.. ... .... .. ...........s
Lady Constance--Daughter of Sir George Martendale ....,,..
Nina-Sir George's second daughter ..................,,s..s....,.,..,..
Capt. Jerome-Captain in the English Army .......,s,... ., . .. ..
Sir Toby Lyon-A society butterfly ,,.,Y,,,7,. ,,..,
McCorkle-A song publisher of London ,..,...,
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Emma Lou Gibson
Flora Mae Smith
Mary Marie Irvin
Meg, fRob's Foster Motherj-An old Gypsy woman ........ -,
Anna Mae Sloan
Nancy Lee Shearer
Lord Craven-An English Fop, "Doncha Know" ,,,..,,,.,,..,..,,,,,,,,.,,. ,
Sir George Martendale-An English Country gentleman ....,,,.......
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PRESENTED APRIL, 1929, BY THE SENIOR CLASS
Cast of Characters
Jason fDanny Mann! Butler in the Baird home , ....
David Baird-District Attorney ...,.....,...,...,.,.,.....
Greeta-David's Swedish Housekeeper ,...,...,, ,
Linda Gray-A flirt, with her eye on David , ,,......
Albans Creston-David's secretary ......,....,.,........,...,...
Pearl Dawn-David's cousin and ward-A rich heiress
Giles Elton-Physician and foster brother to Pearl , ,,,,,,,,
.. David Fox
Anna Mae Sloan
Judy Elton-His sister .........,,..,...................................,,...,.,,., Mildred Phillips
Gustavus Svenson-A detective, disguised as a gardener
,. Patrick Sawko
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Q Meg, fRob's Foster Motherj-An old Gypsy woman ........ ......, B arbara Symons
i Zara-The Belle of the Gypsy Camp , ...,..... .. .,,,.,,,.,,.,.....,, ,.... . Anna Mae Sloan
i Marton-Meg's husband, v..,,..,,.,,....,.... .. ....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. ,,.,A,, , Raymond Mullen
i Rob-The Gypsy rover ......., A- A.,...,..,.,,..,,,...V,..,........,. . ....... ,......... . Lewis Harrison
f Lady Constance-Daughter of Sir George Martendale ,,l..... ,.,.,,, , Nancy Lee Shearer
l Lord Craven-An English Fop, "Doncha Know" .....,..,...,,,l..,....,l,,,, ..... , Rollie Wishard
i Sir George Martendale-An English Country gentleman. ...,,,.,l...,, ,Raymond Crawford
Q Nina--Sir George's second daughter ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,........... ....... . Edith Hendershot
i Capt. Jerome-Captain in the English Army ..,......r.. I .. . .,.,....A. Inez Gillespie
i Sir Toby Lyon-A society butterfly ........,,,,,,, ..........,,,r..r D avid Fox
i McCorkle--A song publisher of London .....,, ...,.., F rank Hargrave
i Lackey w.-..V....................V..............................r.... ,7,........., . . ...,c, James Moscrip
Emma Lou Gibson
Flora Mae Smith
Mary Marie Irvin
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"The Girl Who Forgotw
PRESENTED APRIL, 1929, BY THE
Cast of Characters
Jason fDanny Mannj Butler in the Baird home .... .-., .
David Baird-District Attorney ..,,....,,.. . ....,......... ---
Greeta-David's Swedish Housekeeper. .......,., ,,,. - ,v.,,,..
Linda Gray--A flirt, with her eye on David ...,e...
Albans Creston-Dav1d's secretary. ,......... . ..e,. ,.,......,,. -
Pearl Dawn-David's cousin and ward-A rich heiress ,..,e,
Giles Elton--Physician and foster brother to Pearl ,,...,.ve,, -.
Judy Elton-His sister .,,............,.....,............,........................,,.. , Y,
Gustavus Svenson-A detective, disguised as a gardener ,r,r..,,
.- David Fox
Anna Mae Sloan
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JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
" n Early Bird"
PRESENTED APRIL 2, 1929, BY THE JUNIOR CLASS
Cast of Characters
Cyrus B. Kilbuck-President of the P. D. Q. Railroad ......
Tony Kilbuck-His son, just out of college , .,.,, , ,,,,,,,... ,,,,,. , ,
Mr. Barnaby Bird-Boss of Flagg County ....,.
Mr. Mulberry-Chief Attorney for the road . ,...,,,,
Bruce Ferguson-A clerk in the general oifices ,,,..,,.
Artie-An office boy ,,,,.........l..,..,....,.-,,-.-,,,,,.,,,,,,,, M
Mr. Perry Allen-A young gentleman farmersr,
Jessamine Lee-The girl A.,....,,,,,,,, ,,,Y....,,,, . ,,..,,... ,...,., , ,
Mrs. Van Dyne-An agent for the P. D. Q. Railroad ,,.., .
Imogene McCarty--A "Stenog" ......,..,....,,,....,..,,.
Mrs. Beavers-Of Flagg Corners ..,........,.. , ,,....,....,I.,
Rosa Bella Beavers-The belle of Flagg Corners.. ..,,
Mrs. Perry Allen-Jessamine's chum ...,,,...... ..,........,
Dilly-Mrs. Beaver's hired girl ......,..,,
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PRESENTED MAY 17,1929, BY THE EIGHTH GRADE
Cast of Characters
Hiram Hartrlge-Mrs. I-Iartr1ge's husband ...,,,,,,A,,,,7,......,.w,, , ,,..,.,. , Halford Heath
Mrs. Hartrige-Who runs a boarding house and Hiram . ..,.... v,,..,.....,. R uth Beynon
Billy Aldrich-Mrs. Hartrige's niece ...........v.,,,......... ...A...... E ,,... . Elizabeth Black
Fred Simmons-Sykes nephew ,,,.,.............,, .... . ..,,,,A..,,,,,.,..,..,... ,Kenneth Wright
Sam-Negro servant ............,,.......Y...,, W .,A,,,.,.,.. H-- ....... - ...,,i,..,. Edgar Buchanan
Archibald Stockwell-A real estate agent ......, , ,,,.7,. William Moreland
Miss Spriggs--A nurse for 'William Sykes .... ,,.,,,,,, M ae Merriman
William Sykes-A guest ,.,,........,...........,,l...l... ..,,,,,, D onald Riley
Doctor Sayo-A lady doctor and a guest, .,,......... .. ,...............,,,,,,,,,,..,.......... Stella Luber
Warren Brown--Stockwell's partner .........,,... . ...,.. - .... --------- ..,..... Boleck Lisieweki
Sara-A colored maid, .................,,..,,............,...,.,, E ,,,,,,r. D ,,,,.... ..
Clarence James Whipple-Justice of the Peace ........ sus, ,,.,.. ,,
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The Senior Class presented a Christmas entertainment on Friday evening, De-
cember 21. The program was directed by Miss Margaret Smith and was as follows:
Processional-"Silent Night"g "Joy To The World". ,..,.,,,,.,,...,,,.....,. Entire Ensemble
. Recitation, .......,........,,.,.s,,,,,.,,,,,...............,..........,,ss..........,..........,.,..,....,.., Mildred Phillips
PANTOMINE-"CHRISTMAS IN OTHER LANDS"
Reader ,,,,,,.. Lewis Harrison
French Children-Ralph Harrison Jr., and Robert Mosc-rip.
Norwegian Children-Louise Phillips and Flora Mae Toole.
Italian Children-Pauline McCausland and David Shearer.
Mother Italy--Mary Toole.
English Children-Ruth Chamberlain and Nancy Barkhurst.
American Children-Georgia Crawford and Vera Ruckman.
Mother America-Mildred Phillips.
Santa Claus--Genevieve Lewis.
Song-"Up On The House Top" ,. , ,,,, Children
Song-"O Little Town Of Bethlehem" ,,,,, ., ,,,r, ., ,,,, . ,,,,,, . .. Entire Ensemble
PANTOMINE-"THE STORY OF THE FIRST CHRISTMAS"
Shepherds-Edward Dudgik, David Fox and Ellis Smith.
Songs-"Hark, The Herald Angels Sing", "While Shepherds Watched Their
Flocks By Night."
Madonna-Nancy Lee Shearer.
Song-"Away In The Manger."
Wise Men-Ralph Gosnell, Raymond Mullen and Lewis Harrison.
Song-"We Three Kings of Orient Are."
Recitation ........,................ .. .................. . .... . ..., Henrietta Hobson
Song-"From Every Spire On Christmas Eve"
Processional-"Adeste Fideles" .................,. ...,.... , ,Entire Ensemble
The Public Speaking Class under the direction of Mr. Hanson presented a
program in the form of an Oratorical Contest on Wednesday evening, May 8. The
orations were rated by three judges and the grades were taken as the final examina-
tion grade in the course. First prize was won by Frederick Naylor who orated on
"Organized Crime" and second place by Lewis Harrison,-having for his subject "The
Revolt of Modern Youth." The other orations were given by:
"Junior College" .,...r...r....,..., ......r........,...., .... A nna Mae Sloan
"Aviation" ............,... .... ..... .... . M a ry Virginia Tyrell
"Disarmament". ,,... , ....... - .... .,....... Edward Dudgik
"Modern Religion" .v,,.,,
"Movies", ,...r.r ..,, , W
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On December 11, the annual banquet for the football squad was given by the
Mothers Club at the M. E. Church. At seven o'clock the football squad and the guests
proceeded to the dining room which was decorated with the High School colors. Fol-
lowing the dinner Principal C. B. Shields acted as toastmaster and the following pro-
gram was carried out:
"Good Sportsmanship".... ..,,, Coach Hannahs
"Play the Game Fair" .. Y,Y,.,, .. .. ,..,..,Y.,le.,,ee,, Dr. E. D. Kackley
"A Toast to the Mothers" ....7,,7 . .. .... .. .. v,.Y7,Ve ...VV R . B. Harrison
Speeches were also given by the Senior members of the squad and by Mr.
Mullen, Mr. Walker and Mr. Roshon.
On December 11, while the football squad was having their banquet at the
M. E. Church, the High School girls had a Hobo Party in the High School Auditor-
ium. The girls went in couples dressed as many different types of persons, mostly as
"toughs" and "hoboes."
The evening was spent in playing games and dancing. Refreshments were
plentiful, consisting of sandwiches, pickles, peanuts, mints and ice cream suckers.
The chaperons were Misses Georgia McCaskey and Nancy Thompson.
High School Party
A contest which was held for the sale of Lyceum tickets resulted in a party
given by the Freshman room A and the Sophomores on January 26. These two groups
lost in the sale of tickets and were obliged to entertain the other classes of the High
School. This they did and an enjoyable time was had by all. The evening was spent
in stunts and games, terminating with a delicious lunch being served by the hosts.
On November 16, a Lyceum Review was presented under the direction of the
Senior Class. The entertainment was designed to give an idea of the various num-
bers to be seen and heard during the year. The program was as follows:
Manhattan Marionettes: Mary Marty, Luella Kugler, Irene Horanzo and Mary
Filipino Quartet: Raymond Mullen, Llewellyn Beynon, Rollie Wishard and
Ned Woodman, Cartoonist: Rollie Wishard.
Henri Boyd Concert Trio: Lewis Harrison, Nancy Shearer and Lois Beveridge.
Sam Grathwell, Lecturer: Robert Walker.
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The Alumni Banquet was held in the dining room of the Methodist Church on
December 28. A delicious dinner was served followed by a short program as follows:
Toastmistress ..................,...............,..,.,..,.................. Marguerite Ickis
Welcome to the Seniors ,.....,,........,......,..,.,..,,..,...,...,,. Lewis Harrison
Extemporaneous Speeches--William Murdock, John Mullen, Mar-
garet Smith, Howard Rothfuss.
Election of Officers-President, Secretary, Treasurer.
Following the program everyone hastened to the High School Gym where the
remainder of the evening was spent in dancing and card playing.
Junior- enior Banquet
The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was held Friday evening, May 10, in the
dining room of the Methodist Church. The decorations consisted of the colors of
both classes. Following a delicious dinner, a program of toasts was given with Ray-
mond Crawford acting as toastmaster. The program was:
Welcome ...................,v,............,....,..,.,..,...,.,. ..... , A Raymond Crawford
Response, ..,..,........ ...... ....,., , R aymond Mullen
Class Prophecy ,.,..,. r........... ......r., N e llie Wright
Solo ............,......,.., -,- .,.... ..,., , Lois Beveridge
Class Will ...........,...l,..,.........,,r.,,,.,......,.,,r,,...,..,........r,,,,, Clyda Mercer
Farewell. ......................... . ...ii..............,..,....................., Sara Moscrip
School songs and cheers completed this part of the affair. At nine o'clock,
everyone went to the H. S. Auditorium where a general good time was enjoyed by all.
"Ninety Club" Banquet
The initial annual banquet of the honorary society, "Ninety Club," was held
on Thursday evening, April 17, at the home of Nancy Shearer. Following a delicious
three course dinner the initiation of Sophomore members took place. They were
taken through three degrees at the completion of which each received a club pin pre-
sented by the president, Anna Mae Sloan. The remainder of the evening was spent
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trying to register.
-Assembly Rules and more rules!
-Real classesg stiff lessons? Oh, no!
-Seniors celebrate first week with a
-First Chapelg organized Booster club.
-Dave spends evening at Symons.
-Football practiceg Three report.
-Second call for football practice.
-Have your dates some Where else!
-C. R. S.
-Elected class officers.
-Glee Club tryouts. Some warbling.
-Kathryn talked only 169 times today.
20-Rain! Rain! Rain!
21-First holiday. Teachers attend County
24-Blue Monday! Why? Flushing 26,
-Freshmen are beginning to get ac-
-Now, what'd you say? fShorty.J
-Championship for talking is now be-
tween Kathryn and Vera.
-We're going to beat Mt. Pleasant to-
1-Yes, we did! 6-6 in our favor.
2-Song service in Physics class.
Extra! Donald Wells came in late.
Everything goes wrong.
Big football game. Three Adena fans
8-Shulman "talks it over" with Seniors.
Republican Rally. Everyone shakes
hands with Cooper.
Everybody happy! Tonight's date
-Not so good! Everybody sleepy.
-Morning after the night before.
19-Omit last period-Pep meeting.
-Teachers surprise us with tests. So
sweet of them.
First storm! Grade cards out.
Everybody studying hard.
St. John's 65 Adena 0.
-Physical Education begins.
-No school! Teachers' convention.
Boys Glee Club organized.
Only 53 more days to do your Xmas
Go early and avoid the rush.
Adena 6g Tiltonville 6 Cplus 20.1
-Rose Merrelli! Telephone.
Miss Smith lost her temper.. Finder
please return immediately.
She found it!
1-Lots of excitement. Pep Club being
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5--Seniors sell UD Lyceum tickets.
6-H. S. paper staff organized. More
work for the wicked!
7-P. C.-Pep Club or Privileged Char-
8-Dave busy! Football game Monday.
9-Big parade! Pep? Lots of it! We're
going to beat Cadiz.
12-We did! Adena 263 Cadiz 6.
13-Big celebration! Will someone buy
the football men new hats.
14-Everybody still excited.
16-Mock Lyceum. H. S. artists discover-
19-Still happy! Beat Smithfield.
20-Lecture! "Less noise in halls."
21-A. H. S. turns over new leaf. Going
to make things hum.
22-Bashon turns it back!
26-Juniors hold after school session.
27-New case! Hall and Beveridge Inc.
28-We're going to beat Dillonvale.
29-Advent of Goliah.
3-School re-opens after Thanksgiving
4-Seniors plan Christmas entertain-
5-Harrison has his daily nap in Virgil
6-Raymond C. leaves the sixith period
7-Smith fails to assign an English les-
son. Seniors dumb founded.
10--Donald Wells on time for a change.
11-Hannahs reads Cambridge paper as
16-Freshmen wonder what Santa will
13-C. C. C. sells Christmas Seals. Mach-
14-Furnace's day out! B-r-r-r-r!
17-A few Senior girls decide to drop
Physicsg Roshon changes their minds.
18-Juniors have a quiet day? 'Z ?
19-Junior boys seem to like Mt. Pleasant
20-Seniors get out of school for a
21-Seniors give Xmas entertainment.
Twenty people present.
Christmas vacation begins.
15-18-Exams. How we love 'em!
19-Have won several basketball games.
1-Beat Cadiz both games.
2-And New Athens.
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4-Everyone goes sled riding.
5-E. O. A. L. meeting.
6-Big oificials sleepyltoday.
7-Seniors select invitations.
11-Ned Woodman, cartoonist entertains
12-The usual thing.
13-Not much else.
14-Just one more day this week.
15-This is the end. Entertained St.
Clairsville boys and girls after the
1 6-Beat New Athens.
18-Annual staff announced. Also Oper-
20-Henri Boyd Concert Trio.
21-Pep meeting. Everyone hilarious.
22-23-County Tournament. Who won?
Why? We did, of course.
25-Chapel, speeches, etc.
26-Barnesville 143 Adena 16. Almost a
2-On to Dover. And we won.
4-Hear Inaugural address.
5-We drew Belle Valley. Ever hear of
6-Woodsfield comes to Adena. Sorry,
but we just had to do it.
7-Going to Dennison tomorrow.
8-Adena lost-to Belle Valley.
12-Beat Cadiz-Cadiz girls won for a
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17-High School night at church.
18-Shulman "shoots" the works.
19-Wish he'd come back today.
22-War Picture shown today.
26-Visitation Day. So many visitors!
1-Many fools killed. Few remain.
2-Bernice, will you be quiet?
3-Seniors to present "The Girl Who
4--Seniors stay in 8th period. Why? No
5-Detention period dismissed tonight.
High School rejoices.
10-Baseball with Tiltonville. But it
12-Operetta, "The Gypsy Rover."
15-Honorary Club takes in new mem-
bers at Chapel.
18--Honoring Club banquet.
19-Repeat performance, "The Gypsy
23--Martins Ferry 63 Adena 1.
30-Grade Operetta, "In A May Day Gar-
3-Senior play, "The Girl Who Forgot."
8-St. Clairsville. We won again.
10-Junior Senior banquet.
27-Class Day and commencement.
28-Out in the cold, cold world!
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' Lida iTownsendJ Hawthorne
Rev. Robert J. Shields, Charleroi, Pa.
Josie CBernardJ Harrison, Adena, Ohio
Mary McLaughlin, Alliance, Ohio
Maud lwrightl Allison, Carnegie, Pa.
James Casner, Canton, Ohio
Virginia lTownsendJ Crawford, Adena, Ohio
Mary lliamiltoni Shields, Charleroi. Pa.
R. Anderson Hagan, Long Beach, California.
Harry G. Johnson, Adena, Ohio
Alice fBarkhurstJ Bleakmore, Adena, Ohio
Virginia CI-Iamiltonl Folk, Warren, Ohio
" Daisy fl-Iaganl Heath
Leora tHaganl Hendershot, York, Ohio
' Clyde C. Naylor
Ethel 1AlexanderJ Morton, Wintersville, Ohio
Ray W. Moore, Cadiz. Ohio
Ralph Cirter, Cleveland, Ohio
Margaret fMcLaughlin? Lukens, Maplewood, Mo.
Myra IMcL1ughlinl Dennis, Wintersville, Ohio
Marguerite lckis, Adena, Ohio
Mary lC1snerj Porter, Bellevedere, Illinois
Isabelle fGrovel McCracken, Fairpoint, Ohio
Lawrence N. Newberry, Uhrichsville, Ohio
Ray Munson, Jewett, Ohio
Wilma lBernard3 Dokis, Canton, Ohio
Georgia Belle, Adena, Ohio
Edna. fGoldsboroughl Wood, Adena, Ohio
Justin Johnson, Navarre, Ohio
Kerr McLaughlin, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Don Moore, Cadiz, Ohio
Paul Reynolds, Akron, Ohio
Charlotte fSeelingsJ Munson, Jewett, Ohio
Elsie 1Moorei Amicon, Kent, Ohio
Martha fBeckl Bernard, Adena, Ohio
Edith lllargrsvel Black, Parkersburg, Ohio
Thelma IReidl Mick, Canton, Ohio
Lawrence Murdock, Akron, Ohio
Herbert Somerville, Cleveland, Ohio
Elizabeth Grove, Martins Ferry, Ohio
Madge Carter, Adena, Ohio
Esther lSymons3 Allen, Erie, Pa.
Velma lMilhoanJ Birney, Jewett, Ohio
Mary CTurnerD Gibson, Scio, Ohio
Frances fStringerJ Mallernee, Cadiz, Ohio
Lois CReidl Beveridge, Adena, Ohio
Charles Bernard, Canton, Ohio
Eugene Dungan, Adena, Ohio
Corwin Dungan, Adena, Ohio
Edna Sutherland, York, Ohio
Ralph Philpott, Cadiz, Ohio
Margaret O'Neal, Adena, Ohio
Mayme fNay1orJ Ellsworth, New York, N. Y.
Thurman Riddle, Alliance, Ohio
Albert Singhaus, Adena, Ohio
John Hanna, Adena, Ohio
Thelma O'Neal, Adena, Ohio
Benjamin Shields, Adena, Ohio
Clara Blazer, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Floyd Bernard, Canton, Ohio
Craig Shields, Adena, Ohio
Letha fMcLeodJ Caesar, Jewett, Ohio
Alverna flilanchardi Saunders, Dayton, Ohio
Margaret Smith, York, Ohio
Ida lBeynonb Shields, Adena, Ohio
Lettalia fMurdockl Barrett, Cadiz, Ohio
Ernest Ramsey, Adena, Ohio
John Castilow, Bridgeport, Ohio
Margaret Smith, York, Ohio
Ida fBeynonJ Shields, Adena, Ohio
Lawrence Jordan, Kimbal, W. Va.
Helen lWaughJ Parkinson, York, Ohio
Ernest Ramsey, Adena, Ohio
Lyle Burdick, Adena, Ohio
John Mullen, Detroit, Michigan
Faye Singer, Adena, Ohio
Roy O'Neal, Wheeling, W. Va.
Helen Beck, Canton, Ohio
Wanda Buskirk, Akron, Ohio
Edwin Eggenschwiller, Washington, D. C.
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Amelean Maud, Adena, Ohio
Mary Maud, Adena, Ohio
Pearl fNamethl Ward, Akron, Ohio
Howard Rothfull, Cleveland, Ohio
Alta Rouch, Wheeling, W. Va.
William Shearer, Adena, Ohio
Oliver Ward, Akron, Ohio
Thelma lWarnerJ Fleming, Adena, Ohio
' Alfred Whinnery
LeMoyne Barkhurst, Harrisville, Ohio
Dean Barnhart, Adena, Ohio
Fulio Benedict, Adena, Ohio
Blanche iBoroskiJ Martin, Adena, Ohio
Cyrus Cassell, Denver, Colorado
Nicholas DeNoble, Adena, Ohio
Jennie fDiekersonJ Rulon, Adena, Ohio
Mildred Dungan, Adena, Ohio
Edna Harrison, Ohio Wes. University, Delaware, O
June Hanna, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Lorain Henderson, O. V. Hosp., Wheeling, W. Va.
George Hine, Canton, Ohio
John Lesko, Western'Res. College. Cleveland, O.
George Madjia, Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio
Virginia fMaudl Garbesi, Mt. Pleasant, Ohio
Lenora Murdock, Akron, Ohio
Vivian Murdock, Akron, Ohio
Helen 1Nicholsi Pezzopane, Fayesville, W. Va.
John Orosz, Adena, Ohio
Mildred Singhaus, Adena, Ohio
Ralph Somerville, Marietta, Ohio
Agnes fStantonJ Zimmerman, Smithfield, Ohio
Olive Worthington, Adena, Ohio
Lorena Baker, Cadiz, Ohio
Grago Battisone, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Lester Beck, Detroit, Michigan
Ruth Beveridge, Hopedale, Ohio
Byron Beynon, Akron, Ohio
Verna Caldwell, Zanesville, Ohio
Marie Chaney, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Carolyn Christy, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Julia Dalrymple, York, Ohio
Kathryn Dalrymple, York, Ohio
John Eggenschwiller, Detroit, Michigan
Mike Erdos, Ohio State University, Columbus,'O.
Evelyn Fox, Cleveland, Ohio
Myrle Gillespie, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Louise Ickis, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
Carrol Irvin, Adena, Ohio
Andy Kalonick, Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Eleanor Lough, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
George Naylor, Long Beach, California.
Carlo Pezzapane, Adena, Ohio
Charles Purdy, Harrisville, Ohio
Beatrice Phillips, Stratton, Ohio
Elizabeth iParkinsonJ Reid, New Town, Ohio
Helen Robb, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Esther Smith, Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio
Mary Walker, Adena, Ohio
Margaret Ward, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Erma fwonnacottl Goldsborough, Adena, Ohio
Mildred fAdamsl Blake, Adena, Ohio
Margaret Bleakmore, Adena, Ohio
Theodore Battista, Detroit, Mich.
Pauline Bowen, Steubenville, Ohio
William Beynon, Adena, Ohio
Wilmer Dickerson, Akron, Ohio
Ada Carter, Akron, Ohio
Olympia DeNoble, Chicago, Ill.
Mable Fox, Cleveland, Ohio
Stanley Kaminski, Detroit, Mich.
Geraldine Hayne, Adena, Ohio
Joseph Lock, Cleveland, Ohio
Gladine Herron, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
William Murdock, Akron, Ohio
Virginia Henry. Adena, Ohio
Louis Orosz, Cleveland. Ohio
Lenore Kidd. M. F. Hospital, Martins Ferry, O.
Clarence Penman, Adena, Ohio
Esther Martin, M. F. Hospital. Martins Ferry, O.
William Scrovonski, Cleveland, Ohio
Elizabeth Maud, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Joseph Somerville, Adena, Ohio
Marian Mullen, William and Mary College.
Raymond Rucker, Adena, Ohio
Irene Mercer, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Joseph Wasko, Chicago, Ill.
Dorothy Symons, Pe Pauw Uni. Greencastle, Ind.
Reno Zancanella, Adena, Ohio
lsaac Lewis, Harrisville, Ohio
Silvio Zancanella, York, Ohio
Flora DeNoble, Adena, Ohio
Mary Battista, Adena, Ohio
Joseph Mudre, Adena, Ohio
Helen Heath, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Paul Carothers, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Robert Cassels, Harrisville, Ohio
Clara Farrell, Akron, Ohio
Helen Chaney, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Margaret Crawford, Drexel Inst., Philadelphia. Pa.
John Lopo, Detroit, Michigan
William Packer, Harrisville, Ohio
Pauline Hastings, Adena, Ohio
Dorothy Hendershot, Wheeling, W. Va.
Helen Ward, O. V. Hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.
Paul Moore, Mercersburg Acad., Mercersburg, Pa.
Forrest Hawthorne, Harrisville, Ohio. ,
Olive Sargent, Kent State Normal, Kent, Ohio
Beatrice Stanley, Harrisville, Ohio
Odetta Anthony, Canton, Ohio
Carl Slates, Jewett, Ohio
Martha Binns, Castle Shannon, Pa.
Verna Conley, Adena, Ohio
Leona Hughes, Harrisville, Ohio
Margaret Fitzgerald, Adena, Ohio
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One day William McFarland and Donald Toland
were visiting a large zoo. When they came to a
very large animal, a passerby heard William say
to Donald. "Look at that rhinoscerousf' Donald
explained that it was no rhinoscerous but a hippo-
potamus, when asked by William why he thought
so, he replied: "Can't you see it ain't got no rad-
Miss Smith was trying to teach Chester Wells
to read with expression.
"Where-are--you-going?" read Chester labor-
iously and with no accent whatever.
"Try that again," said Miss Smith, "as if you
were talking and notice the mark at the end of
Chester studied the interrogation mark for a
moment and then an idea seemed to dawn upon
him, and then he read triumphantly, "Where are
you going little button hook ?"
Lewis Harrison: "What kind of cigars do you
Ellis Smith: "Me, why I smoke Robinson
Lewis Harrison: "What kind of cigars are
Ellis Smith: "Castaways, dumb-bell, castawaysf'
Imogene Singer: "Why do they always put D.
C. after Washington Y"
Nellie Wright: "What good has your schooling
done you if you don't know that. D. C. means
that Washington was the Daddy of his Country."
Mr. Shields: "Have you ever seen one of those
instruments that can detect a lie?"
Mr. Roshon: 'Yes. I married one."
John Moreland: I lost my dog, what am I going
James Moscrip: "Why don't you advertise for
John Moreland: "Simple, my dog can't read."
Barber: Any particular way you want your hair
Freshman: Yes, I want it cut off.
Mr. Shields: "I look forward every Sunday to
the after dinner num."
Mr. I-Iann.1hs: "I thought you never slept after
Mr. Shields: "I don't but my wife does."
A man becomes sophisticated when he is able to
refrain from expressing hls valuable opinions when
someone starts talking about women.
"And where do you wish to be vaccinated?" the
doctor asked the flapper.
"Oh, it doesn't really matter," she replied. "it's
bound to show anyway."
l'The way to a man's heart is through his stom-
ach." says the surgeon.
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WHAT'S WRONG HERE
Mr. Hannahs: "What law prohibits adultera-
Mary Marty: "I am not sure, but I think it's
one of the ten commandments."
Mr. Hanson in Physics class: "David, can you
give me an example of wasted energy?"
David Fox: "Yes, telling: a hair-raising story to
a bald-headed man."
PRESENCE OF MIND
Mrs. Hanson: "We have been married for many
Mr. Hanson: fWith a sighl "Yes for all these
years we have fought."
Mrs. Hanson: fScowlingl "What?"
Mr. Hanson: Iquicklyl "Life's battles together,
"What are your future hopes?" inquired the
"I have none, Sir," John Hall replied. "Tomor-
row is my g'irl's birthday and I'm worrying about
Clyda Mercer: "What is in your head ?"
Mabel P.: "Lots."
Clyda Mercer: "Gee, they must be vacant."
VVhat Pandora's Box would contain today:
A lipstick: an eyebrow pencil: some mascara:
a box of rouge: two mash notes: three nickels:
four pennies: mechanical pencil: wad of chewing:
gum: a risque joke clipped from a magazine: some
spilled powder: a dance proizram: fraternity pin:
LOST-My breath while coming to school fif-
teen minutes late. Finder please return to Donald
Alameda, while kneeling by her bedside praying
said: "Dear Lord, I ask nothing for myself, but
just give my mother a son-in-law."
COULD YOU IMAGINE
Everyone getting A in Algebra.
Henrietta Hobson not reciting to the
Anna Mae riding a horse.
Clarence Anthony studying.
Nancy not talking.
Virgie toe dancing.
Fred Naylor with his hair mussed up.
Fred Packer not talking about his dates.
Georgia Crawford growing up.
Edward Dudtlik havirlf: a date.
Lewis Harrison not grumbliniz.
Sara Moscrip not in mischief.
He slipped on the peel of the wedding: bell.
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Norean Maud: "Women always contradict each
Barbara Symons: "They do not."
A Freshman was found wearinz his stockings
wrong-side out, because they had a hole in the
Fred Packer lin Geometry classb: "Yes, Mr.
Shields, I think I will be able to work that propo-
sition if you tell me how."
Irene: "I don't know whether to become a car-
toonist or a poet."
Mary Krecella: "Oh, become a poet by all
Irene: "Have you read any of my poems 7"
Mary: "No, but I have seen your cartoons."
The Virgil class had been translating an account
on the "Fall of Troy," in which the Greeks had
used a battering ram.
Miss McCaskey: "Now, what is a battering
Nellie Wright: "Oh, I know, it's some kind of a
Mr. Hannahs: "Vera, what is osmosis?"
Vera Sloan: "Osmosis is a fertile place in a
. ,ff my W
When one of the Seniors told Georgia Crawford
that Santa Claus had died, she at once decided to
Mr. Shields: "What is overhead expense?"
Anna Sawko: "The cost of a hat."
John and Lois were boarding the steamer to sail
to Europe. All of a sudden John noticed a huge
bull dog staring at him and John immediately
started to run, and Lois called him and said, "Why
John, I thought you said you would face death for
me." And John hastily replied: "Yes, but I didn't
say I would face a bull dog."
Robert S: "What did you get for singing in the
Russel P: "I got applause. What did you get?"
Robert S: "I got thrown out."
Mr. Mercer: "That fellow you had last night
would make a zood animal for the Zoo."
Clyda: "Why father, what do you mean ?"
Mr. Mercer: "When I walked through the hall
last night I saw that he had two heads on his
Miss Smith: "I will give you a zero in that
Kathryn Heath: "That means nothing to me."
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Ippoliti Milling Co. ...,I Dillonvale, O.
Frank J. McGavran I I I I I I I Cadiz, O.
The Hoover Phillips Co.I I ----
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Harrison 8: Jefferson Telephone Co.
Pezzopanes Shoe Store II II II
I II -I IIII I Adena and Cadiz, O.
Smithfield Auto Co. - I Smithfield, O.
Ferguson's Inn IIIII Mt. Pleasant, O.
Pop Schultz-I I Wheeling, W. Va.
Ben L McGary IIIIIIIIII I Adena, O.
Engelmeir 8: Son
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The Daily Times.- -Martins Ferry, O.
McNeal Bros - Flushing, O.
H. G. Fredericks-IWheeling, W. Va.
Flushing Motor Co. I IIII Flushing, OI
Floyd Bennington IIIIIII Flushing, O.
W. T. SharpIIII-II-III IIII I Cadiz, O.
Earl Williams I II II Adena, O.
Bashore 8: Steele IIII Mt. Pleasant, O.
L. S. Good 8: Co.-I-Wheeling, W. Va
Dr. H. D. Smith IIII -I IIIIII Cadiz, O.
The Bellevue Coal Co. IIIII Adena, O.
R. C. Bowman -Wheeling. W. Va.
Frank W. AdamsI IIIIII Cadiz, O.
G. W. Greig Wheeling, W. Va.
Candyland ConfectioneryIIAdena, O.
General Custer HotelI-I- I- Cadiz, O.
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Harrison National Bank- I I Cadiz, O.
Munkers - IIIII -I I Steubenville, O.
Hoppers Greenhouse IIHarrisville, O
Floyd H. Lamb IIIIII Short Creek, O.
The Scott Lumber Company IIII -
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Stone 8: Thomas IWheeling, W. Va.
Dr. H. C. CrawfordII I II IIII Adena, O.
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IIIIIIIIIIII Martins Ferry, O.
Stein Printing Co.I-Martins Ferry, O.
Hershey Electric Co.,Martins Ferry, O.
The Noble Co. I Martins Ferry, O.
Collegiate Cap 8: Gown Co. IIIIIIIII I
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Ralph B. Harrison III. -I I I Adena, O.
EI LI Irwin IIIIIIIIIIII --I Adena, O.
Dr. J. A. Haney IIII I I-I. I Adena, O.
The Hub I IIIIIIIIII Steubenville, O.
A. T. Selby II.. -- Martins Ferry, O.
R. E. Walker IIIIII I I IIIII Adena, O.
McCauslens Florists I ISteubenville, O.
The Leader Store --II Adena, O.
The Fourth National Bank--Cadiz, O.
Cadiz Feed Co. I--I-I I---II I Cadiz, O.
E. S. Shearer I--- I I .I.III. Cadiz, O.
Noah's Confectioney--Short Creek, O.
Mirkin 8: Co.I- I----- Steubenville, O.
Dr. H. I. Heavelin -I -- I -IIII Cadiz, O.
JI M. Starrett IIIIII I -I--- III Cadiz, O.
R. H. Black --II Cadiz,O
Lincoln Cafe --.-- II I Steubenville, O.
Marietta Paint Store--Steubenville,O.
Dr. C. J. McCleister I-II Harrisville, O.
Sornmer's Service Station - --II I-
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Scott's Restaurant I I I --Smithfield, O.
Holmes Confectionery I- IIII Cadiz. O.
Allen E. Carter - I-I- ----- A dena, O.
Army 8: Navy Supply Store -I-I- II I I
-------Whee1ing, W. Va.
Old Log Cabin I I - - II Cadiz, O.
Science Hill Service StationICadiz, O.
The M 8: K Stores i
Cadiz Quick Lunch I-II--I-I Cadiz, O.
Dr. L B. Parks I..II.-- -II Cadiz, O.
Guary DeNoble .-I-- - II -I Adena, O.
Gammeter Radio Service I I I IICadiz, O.
The Scott Wright Co. I -I I Cadiz, O.
General Custer Hotel Beauty Shoppe
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The Cadiz Democrat Sentinel I ---- I
The S. O. Cramblet Co., Ltd. I -
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The Peoples National Bank- -----
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Judkms Printing Shop-- I- I Cadiz, O.
Boyd Hawthorne I----- I Adena, O.
Mueller and MillerIIISteubenvil1e, O.
Books Shoe Store--IWheeling, W. Va.
C. J. Saad 8: Son- IIIII- -III A dena, O.
Dr. E. D. KackleyI I-I...III Adena, O.
Pastime 'Theatre IIII I -III I I Adena, O,
Pete M1l1c1a --III II I I IIII Adena, O,
R. E. Dickerson IIII- III- I Adena, O.
Ramsey Hotel IIII -.-I I Adena, O.
Ernest Volpe, IIII- I IIIIII ,Adena, O,
Westlake Bros.- -I.. Martins Ferry, O.
The Cadiz Repubiclan .-----II -I-I-
Geo. R. Taylor ----I Wheeling, W. Va.
J, H. Moore.. I II II Martins Ferry, O.
The Martins Ferry Auto Supply Co.
I ---- - II-I -Martins Ferry, O.
Ed. G. Johnston- I---I I -I II I Cadiz, O.
Buttes Laundry I..-, Steubenville, O.
The McGowan Bros. Co. I-II ..II- I -
-I II I-I.III-I-I.I Steubenville, O.
J. B. GiffenI III-II. -III H arrisville, O.
E. M. Long 8: Sons I--I I-II - Cadiz, O.
The Symons 8: Packer Co.I -Adena, O.
The National Bank of West Virginia
at Wheeling ....-I Wheeling, W. Va.
MILLIN G COMPANY
FLOURS -:- FEEDS
For Better Bread Use Mother Hubbard Flour
For Better Pastries Use Oriole Flour
Office Phone 9 Residence Phone 20
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THE lFll:Jf3l:ES?L CAR Private and Large Dining Rooms
G. W. FERGUSON, Prop.
Phone 57 Smithfield, Ohio Phone 50 Mt. Pleasant, Ohio
Soft Drinks and Cigars
Phone Wheeling 9757
OR YOUR MONEY
BEN L. McGARRY
ADENA : : OHIO
9 S. Broadway, Wheeling, W. Va. "A Big Store in a Little Room"
L. Engelmeier 8: Sons
MERCHANDISE ICE CREAM
I'IarrisviIIe, O. Barton, O. 1002 P
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Publishes the MOST News
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Track : Tennis : Swimming
Golf : Baseball
Basketball : : 2 Football
Bicycles All Makes
1523 Market Street Wheeling, W. Va.
F LUSHING MOTOR CO.
FLUSHING : : : : : OHIO
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Bennington's For Your ' '
BARBER WORK CP-DIZ, OHIO
BARBER Bashore 8: Steele
and RADIO REPAIR PEANOS FURNITURE
EARL WILLIAMS RECORDS RADIOS
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One Block From Everything
1206 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va.
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1052-54 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va.
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FANCY GROCERIES and MEATS
Phone Orders Receive Prompt and cenefnn Attention
Only One Quality---THE BEST---Whether You
Order by Phone or Call in Person
Phone 32 Adena, Ohio
The Pictures in this ADENIAN Were
Shu1man's Photograph Studio
Photographs of Distinction
1118 sfenbenvane Bank end Trust Building
STEUBENVILLE -eeee oH1o
April 6, 1847 April 6, 1929
Eighty-Two Years of Service
to the Community
THE HARRISON NATIONAL BANK
1847 CADIZ, oH1o 1929
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HARRISVILLE, O. Phone 86Rl4
FLOYD H. LAMB
CONTRACTOR AND DRILLER
Water Wells, Blast Holes and Blasting
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
SHORT CREEK, OHIO PHONE 9-R-21
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"WILL HELP YOU OVER MANY A 'HILL' "
ALONG THE ROAD OF LIFE
THE CARSON OIL COMPANY
PHONE 193-X CADIZ, OHIO
SALEM I. MAUD
School Supplies Candies and Tobacco
Board and Rooms a Specialty
ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
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THE U. S. GRAIVIBLET GUIVIPANY, LT n.
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MT. PLEASANT, OHIO
Capital 350,000.00 Surplus 350,000.00
Total Resources S600,000.00
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309 W. Market Street : : Cadiz, O.
TWIN KNOLL DAIRY
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AGENTS FOR FASHION PARK and
Charter House Suits ..... Smiths Smart Shoes
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER
138 N. Fourth Street Steubenville, Ohio
Popular Styles at Popular Prices
BOOK'S SHOE STORE
1051 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va.
C. J. SAAD 8: SON
Bosch and Crosley Radios .... Horton Electric Washers
GOLDSEAL FLOOR COVERINGS
STAR BRAND SHOES
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Jewelry I Kodaks I Sporting Goods
Patent Medicine : : Toilet Articles
Phone 72 Bridge Street, Adema, Ohio
:R Ml-:ALS AND SHORT ORDERS -z
FINE CANDIES CIGARS-CIGARETTES-TOBACCO ICE CREAM
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THE LAUNDRY DOES IT BEST
.lust Phone 632 : : Steubenville, O.
The McGowan Br-os. Co.
Town Crier Flour King Midas Flour
Prince California Fruit Fort Steuben Food Products
Little Crow Pancake Flour
Branch at Uhrichsville STEUBENVILLE, O.
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"ADENA QUALITY FEEDS"
The SYMONS and PACKER Co.
THE NATIONAL BANK 0F WEST VIRGINIA AT WHEELING
WHEELING, W. VA.
Has transacted business for the past ONE HUNDRED and
TWELVE YEARS. lt is weII equipped to
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---- Tonsil Work a Specialty
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Portraits and Commercial
PICTURES coMPLuvuzNrs or
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E. S. CADIZ. 0.
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Short Creek, Ohio Cadiz :: Ohio
Q C0' Compliments of
JEWELERS LINCOLN CAFE
Steubenville : Ohio
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Frederics Marcel effect Permanent
Wave. Why bother and worry
about inferior methods when the
F rederics assures a soft, lovely
wave every time?
Also Marcelling, Finger Waving, Scalp-
Treating, Shampooing and Manicuring.
Ho a: 9 to 6g Wed. 9 to 12. Phone 277
GEO. R. TAYLOR
more for Wvoimem
Wheeling, W. Va.
A Popular Weekly
Diamonds Watches Jewelry
You Can Always Save Money
at Our Store
2092: Off on all Graduation Gifts
J. H. MOORE
Come In and See For Yourself
404 Hanover Street
Martins Ferry, O. Phone 123
CHEVROLET and FORD
The Martins Ferry
Auto Supply Co.
ROSS DAVIS, Prop.
Martins Ferry Ohio
THE CADIZ REPUBLICAN
FOR 114 YEARS
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Paint : Wall Paper
Your Diploma or Class Picture will
be expertly framed if done
in Our Shop
Marietta Paint Store
161 S. 4th St. Steubenville, O.
SOIIIMER'S SERVICE STATION
For Quality and Quantity
GASOLINE : OILS
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks
2 Miles West of Martins Ferry
on Colerain Paved Road
I SCOTT'S RESTAURANT
WINFIELD SCOTT, Prop.
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PHONE YOUR ORDERS
ALLEN E. CARTER
Painter and Decorator
PHONE 24X ADENA, O.
ARMY 81 NAVY SUPPLY STORE
1 104 Market St., Wheeling, W. Va.
Campers and Tourists
Largest selection of Leather and
Sheep Lined Clothing, Breeches,
High Cut Shoes and all Out Door
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Dr. L. B. PARKS
SCIENCE HILL Guary DeNoIJIe
Frigidaire Electric Range
GaS-- Easy Washer Radio
ICE CREAM CIGARS and House Wiring
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PHONE 17 ADENA, O.
THE FUURTH NATIUNAL BANK
A Growing Bank for Growing Accounts
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YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS
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THE NOBLE COMPANY
WHERE GOOD FURNITURE COSTS LESS
Visit our new daylight store and see the NEW STYLES and
COLORINGS in FURNITURE.
YOU'LL FEEL OUR WELCOME
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Caps and Gowns used by the 1929 Graduating Class
of Adena High School are supplied by
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E. L. IRWIN
FRESH MEATS FINE GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON TIME WITH DELIVERIES
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Phone 22 ADENA, O.
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3 S. Fourth St. : : Martins Ferry, O.
R. E. WALKER
Hardware -:- Farm Machinery -: Lumber
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STERLING AND PLATED SILVER
THE BEST AT THE RIGHT PRICE
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