Amherst Steele High School - Amherstonian Yearbook (Amherst, OH)

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THE RECURII z.-. v Q v V, 91, ,nn I 0 ln Memory of JAMES WALKER INNES of the Class of I933, Whose untimely death on May l, I933 has deprived us of a friend and classmate who was generous in time and effort in promoting the activities of Amherst High School RECORD Amherst Board of Education W. Cu. Nord S. Clifford, President C. E. Cooper Harold Penton Werner Zilch B. Avery, Clerk 1930 Dedication Miss ALLIE E. KELCH ln appreciation of the friendly interest and the spirit of helpfulness which she has ever exhibited in all the undertakings of her pupils during her forty-eight years of serv- ice in the Amherst Public Schools, the Record Staff sincerely dedicates this annual to Miss Allie E. Kelch. FRED RANNEY POWERS A.B., Oberlin Collegeg Wooster College: A.M., Columbia University. Superintendent of Amherst Schools. MARION L. STEELE A.B., Oberlin Collegeg Chicago Uni- versityg Leland Stanford University. Principal 3 English l. MARGARET F. RICE A.B., Oberlin College: A.M., University of Michigan. English Ill and IVg Speech. DOROTHEA M. ZILCH A.B., Oberlin College: University of Michigan. Mathematics. DOROTHA M. HEARN Bowling Green State College: Ohio State University. jr. and Sr. High Home Economics. LUCILE LEACH A.B., B.E., University of Akron Kent State College. Latin: English lg Biology. MARGARET C. GAEHR A.B., Western Reserve University: Muskingum College. Economics: Sociology: Jr. High Eng. RUSSEL M. STAUFFER Bluffton College. Physicsg Jr. High Geography, lish, and Arithmetic. BEATRICE JOHNSTONE B.S. in Ed., Kent State College. History: Physical Education. M. CHARLOTTE ALDERMAN B.S., Ohio State University. Commercial Department. KATHRYN P. MURRAY A.B., Western Reserve University: University of Michigan. English ll: French. CAROLINE E. KOTHE Oberlin School of Commerce. Secretary to the Superintendent. NORWOOD S. HEARN Western State Teachers Collegeg Ohio State University. Jr. and Sr. High Manual Training: Football. WILBUR F. BRANN A.B., Oberlin College. Eng HARRIET C. PECK Lake Erie Collegeg Wooster College: Michigan State Normal: Chautauqua, N. Y. Junior High Geography and History. ALLIE E. KELCH Kent State: Wooster College. Jr. High Arithmetic, Writing, Physiology. HAZEL A. BELL A.B., Oberlin College. jr. and Sr. High Art. M. ELEANOR NIDY B.S.M1, Oberlin Conservatory of Music: Mount Union College. Grades, Jr. and Sr. High Music. ETHEL E. EPPLEY Wooster College: Cleveland School of Education: Kent State College. Fourth Grade. EMMA K. DRECHSLER Cleveland School of Education. Fourth Grade. EDNA M. BELLER Cleveland School of Education. Fifth Grade. FLORENCE M. EHRIVIAN Kent State College. Fifth Grade. FLORENCE E. BODIVIANN Oberlin Conservatory: Kent State College. Third Grade. VIOLA A. KEENAN Wooster College: Kent State College Ashland College. Third Grade. EFFIE H. SMITH Baldwin-Wallace College: Wooster Collegeg Kent State College: Ash- land College. Second Grade. LULAH L. WALKER Kent State College, Second Grade. THELMA BOND Kent State College. First Grade. ALYCE NIEDING nimwla.. v...,1-.,.,...... o-:...--.. e-n.Mi Sw n Q? . Qyigf, ali ' "QE K 'fu.5?Hf1g, xy. '- . fi, 1, I I f I I I I I QQI.,.A,,,,J , , . M ., ,.,. .-. I K. ,AL 1 :-rr: II II' III II 'II II. I 1 : - --Lt I, -I I v II I I '- Ii I l if ,I "j' If 6 I I I II I I I II II III I I II 'I II II I I I I I II ,I IL II if II II II I I: II Ii II II I I I I I I . I I . I I I J I IV II III ,I I . Il -I., ' I I I I I NI I ! II II I I I I I I I I I I , .1 'I I fl , -S Record Staff FREDERICK EBBS ----------- Editor DORIS GAEHR, JACK TEAMAN - - Assistants ROY SCHAEFFER ----- Business Manager GERALD ASCHENBACH, JAMES EHRMAN, RUTH EHRMAN ---- - - Assistants WILLIAM ANDREWS ----- Circulation Manager ROSELLA HUBER, IVIARJORY PLATO, GILBERT BECKER - Assistants MYRTLE FRANKLIN, HELEN BRUCKER - - - News Editors FRANCES TISDALE ---- - Alumni Editor HOMER RICKEL - - Exchange Editor JAMES INNES, IVY EMERY - - Feature Editors HUGH McGARVEY - - - Athletic Editor FREDERICK WILHELM - Joke Editor WILMA EDGAR ----- Art Editor MARGARET KOVACH, IRMA MATHES - - Typists MISS MURRAY ----- Staff Advisor -355.5556 E! S ECORD ARTHUR L. THOMAS "Dough boy"3 Clarenccg school- girl complexiong "hot" ties. Student Council 13 Glee Club 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4Q Baseball 1,2,33 Track 2,42 Track Mgr. 13 Latin Club Pres. 43 Class Pres. 43 Play 4. RUTH M. EHRMAN Ac-cordiang clothesg 117 pounds f?j3 wavy hair. Student Council 43 Vice Pres. 43 Record Staff 3,43 Glee Club 23 Orchestra 43 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4Q Latin Club 3,43 French Club 33 Commercial Contest 3. EILEEN M. FINNEGAN Jokesg partiesg Clark Gable? Student Council 23 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4Q Latin Club 33 French Club 33 Scholarship Contest 13 Class Secy-Treas, 4. CARLTON R. BODMANN Ice skatinggg "Buck"3 l-loffncrg big business man. Student Council 33 Basketball 3,43 Football 43 French Club 33 Operetta 33 Bookkeeping Contest 33 Class Vice President 43 Track 4. JOSEPH R. BERES Horseshocsg "Dr. Joe"3 Ford3 permanent Class Vice Pres. 13 Pres. 23 Football 3,43 French Club 33 Latin Club Treas. 33' Scholarship Contest 1,42 Valedictor- ian 43 National Honor Society. DORIS CAROLYN GAEHR A's3 ideasg art3 no enemies. Student Council 43 Record Staff 43 Glee Club 3,4, pres. 43 Girl Reserves 3,42 Latin Club 3,41 French Club 33 Play 43 "Little Red Riding Hood" accompanist 33 Oberlin Con- test 43 National Honor Society, FLORA GEORGIA 'SABIEIRS Cafeteriaq gigglesg Alchibaz studies. Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Play 43 P, E. Club Secy.-Treas. 43 Class Secy.-Treas. 33 Cornell-Harvard 2,3,4. FREDERICK G. WILHELM Californiag Cascade PfllPkQ movie magazinesg "0Scar". Student Council 3,42 Class Pres. 13 Vice Pres. 23 Record Staff 3,41 Glee Club 43 French Club 33 Baseball 2,31 Schol- arship Contest 13 Track 43 National Honor Society. MELVIN CHARLES REICHERT "Butcher"3 graceful: third base3 freshmen and sophomores. Student Council 1,22 Glee Club 43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 French Club 3. MYRTLE MAE FRANKLIN Franeaisg Loraing dancingg Meister Rd. Glee Club 2,41 Record Staff 43 Class Secy.-Treas. 23 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Cabinet 2,4Q French Club 3: Latin Club 3,43 Commercial Contest 33 Cornell-Harvard 3. MARIE J. FRANKLIN "Hari-y"g swinuning3 hamburgersg Mae West. Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Play 3,43 P. E, Club 43 Cornell-Har- vard 2,3,43 Latin Club 1. HARVEY C. ALBREICHT YY0l'IIlili0IlQ Audreyg black, curly hairg hiking. Basketball Mgr. 43 Football 3,41 Track 43 Commercial Contest 2,3. 1 933 MARGARET ANNE IIOYBER "Wally"3 sketehing.r3 dny dreams: brains. French Club 3: llonor Student3 Record Staff 4. CLAYTON LEWIS GUILD bvillllllll hater: eroonin' earpenterg "My Hero"3 apples. Basketball 2,3,4, JAMES WALKER INNES "We shall live in hearts we leave behind. And that is not to die." Record Staff 2,3,43 French Club 33 Play 33 Scbolarsliin Contest 1,43 Stage Manager 33 First Prize State W.C.T.U. Contest 23 First Place in Lorain Co. in O, S. Scholarship Test. ROSE GROBE Bridge: 2 A. M.3 56 words. Student Council 3: Glee Club 3,43 Girl Reserves 1,2,33 Cornell-llarvard 2,43 Commercial Contest 3. PHYLLIS ELIZABETII SABIERS Tally Florag gym: Honor Roll. Girl Reserves 1,2,3.43 Baseball 1.2.-3,43 Cornell-Harvard 1,2,3,43 P. E. Club 43 Play 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Mgr, 4. JAMES R. SIIAY Shy CID: Elbvrta veteran: "Bing Crosby". Student Council 23 Basketball 43 Football 43 A. II, S. Vanities l. WILLIAM L. ANDREWS l'urling lI'0llQ llerbyg Chevy: those eyes! Student Council 2.4, Pres. 43 Record Staff 3,43 Glee Club 4: Basketball Mgr, 3,43 Football 3,43 Track 3,43 Latin Club 3,4, Pres. 43 French Club 33 Play 43 Baseball Mgr. 3: Class Pres. 3: Cop 3,43 National Honor Society. FRANCES MAY TISDALE News-63 "YVilly"3 tres petitvg busy body Student Council 33 Record Staff 3,43 Glee Club 43 Girl Re- serves l,2,3,4, Treas. 2, Pres. 43 French Club 33 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Plays 3.43 P.E, Club, Pres. 43 Cornell-Harvard 2,3,4. FLORPJNCE W. HERBST 1 Artist: banker: Ehrman: so quiet! Cirl Reserves 1,2,3,43 French Club 3. GLENN D. BLACKFORD Forest. Streetg llllllbillfll XVilhm-ling grin. Football 23,43 French Club 513 Intramural Baseball 1,2,3,4. FARREL JOIIN FINNEGAN "lilutz"3 sleepg farmer: timid on Skates. Football Mgr. 33 Basketball Mgr. 33 A, H. S. Vanities 1. MARG-ARE'l' M. KOVACH ttlilg-gs"3 petite: l+'ran4-alsg red skirt. Record Staff 4: Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 43 French Club 33 Scholarship Contest 23 Connnercial Contest 3, FREDERICK C. EBBS Chalk talksg Vvellingtong Studebaker-3 Stark. Record Staff 3,4, Editor 43 Glee Club 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Band 2,3,43 County Orchestra 3,43 County Band 2,3,43 County Concert Orchestra. 3,41 French Club 33 Play 4: Operetta 1: Scliolarlship Contest 2,3,43 Latin Club 23 Na- tional Honor Society. RALPH LEROY STARK "Swish"g strike threeg Swedeg ping pong. . Basketball 1,3,43 Baseball 2,3,4g Track 4. WILLIAM EDWARDS Argueg redg character roles. Glee Club 3,42 Cheer Leader 1,2,3,43 French Club 33 Plays 3,43 Operetta 3,4. ELEANOR ANNE PAPWORTH Warburtong tres belleg chislerg "T0ny". Glee Club 2,31 Girl Reserves 2,3,43 French Club 33 Com- mercial Contest 33 Operetta 4, MARY JANE MURRAY "Paint"g Model T3 roller katlng. Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4. FRANK S. LACH That limpg pick-handlerg East Quarry. Glee Club 43 Basketball 2,3,43 Football 2,3,43 Track 3,43 French Club 33 Baseball 2,3. COURANCE ELEANOR SAUSAMAN "Blondie"3 Nalleyg actressg potato chips. Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4Q Harvard-Cornell 33 Operetta 1: Play 3,4. ESTIIER CATHRINE KREEGER Athletcg historyg Buick: Fisher Foods. Student Council 13 Girl Reserves 1,2,3, Cabinet 1,23 Cor- nell-Harvard 1,2,43 P, E. Club 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4. IRMA MAE MATHES Interior decoratingg Pontiac3 "Bcck"g shorthand. Glee Club 2,41 Record Staff 43 Girl Reserves 1,43 Basket- ball 13 French Club 33 Commercial Contest 3. HERBERT FUHRMAN Popcorn, peanutsg 66: fishing. Track 33 Glee Club 43 Baseball 23 Intramural basketball 1,2,3, XVILMA PAULINE EDGAR Shorthand3 L3-urieg sketching. Cleveland West Tech 1,2,33 Girl Reserves 1,42 Basketball l,2,3,43 Congresswoman 2,41 Tatler Sales Girl 2,33 General Organization Representative 4, 1 933 LEONARD NELSON COOK "l'lmst1'r" 3Hcys Bamlg Cherry Knoll. Glee Club 2,33 Orchestra 43 Band 4: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 23 Play 3,43 Operetta 2. MARIE E. LANGE Song and dance girlg "Al"3 hiking. Glee Club 2.42 Girls' Sextette 43 Play 4. UATIIEILINE B. BODMANN Bashfulg black halrg s0wlng3 piano. Girl Reserves 1,2,'3,4: Hobby Group ichairmanl 43 French Club 3. HERBERT RICHARD EDWARDS "Atl:-a-14-tic-s"3 Vermilion-on-the-Lukeg life saver3 boxing Basketball 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 33 Play 43 Oper- etta 1,2. ROY E. SCHAEFFER No. ll shoog "'l'1u'kcy"3 ex-pugilist3 sax-appeal. Record Stal? 2,3,43 Orchestra 3,43 Band 3,43 Baseball Mgr. 23 Football 1,2,3,4Q Track 3,42 Latin Club Pres, 3,43 French Club 33 Cop 3,43 National Honor Society. KARESSA M. MEITZKE Speech: critlcg fiddle. Orchestra 1.2: Girl Reserves 1.13: Latin Club 3,43 Play 43 Coinlnercial Contest 3. l'1LlZAllE'l'll A. BUSCHER llamllcl-al't3 housekeeping: motoring. Girl Reserves 1,23 W.C.T.U. Poster Prize 2. FOSTER ll. JENNE "Ili lloc."3 "Ram-c Horse"g Elbertug Sha-ik. Glee Club 2,43 Orchestra 3,43 Band l,2,3,41 Basketball 2,3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 Track 4. AN'Dll.I-IW M. ZVARA "Hey, youse- guys"3 "Gwf'nle"3 unexcused absences. Basketball Mgr. 43 Football 43 Track 43 Latin Club 3,41 Vice Pres. 43 Lorain 1.2. LOUISE K. BRUCKICR "l"llp"3 black, curly hail-3 amiable. Girl Reserves 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 43 Commercial Contest 3, MELVIN FREDERICK Robinhoodg wrestllngg what a. walk! Track 1,23 Football 23 Basketball 1,23 Intramural Baseball 1,2,3,4. WILLAKD M ICNGEL Rhapsody in Blum 5:30 A.M.3 "My lfll Trumpet". Orchestra 2.3.4.3 Band 3,43 Basketball 2,33 Football 1,21 Track 4: Baseball l,2,3. Class History Twelve long years ago about forty boys and girls straggled into the front entrance of Amherst Public Schools to begin the long and by no means easy task of acquiring an education. At that time we bore no resemblance to the present class of '33, We were as- signed to the supervision of Miss Kuss ClVlrs. Powersj and lVliss Beller, and it is from these two well-liked teachers that we learned our ABC's. ln the second grade our class pass- ed on to Miss Hollingsworth flVlrs. Smith, and Miss Barnes, and so again to the third grade to Miss Kaser flVlrs. Maxwelll and lVliss Holzhauer flVlrs. Springerj. Here many pupils from the country schools joined us, and with these additions, we set out to mas- ter the catchy problems of multiplica- tion and division. ln our fourth year our class was diminished by the deser- tion of several students who began their studies at the St. josephis Paro- chial School. ln this grade we showed our business ability by participating in the "Old Paper Contest." Then in the fifth grade, due to the insistence of lVlr. Powers, we enlarged our vocabu- laries by using the Winston Diction- aries. Since our studies had become more complicated, our three years in junior high were more difficult. The prob- lem that gave us the greatest opposi- tion was that of cube root, which was explained by Mr. Powers by means of his blocks. Also, in our junior high years, we became journalists, and pub- lished a newspaper, with the assistance of lVliss Yealy. Proudly and ignorantly we enter- ed high school, where our members were increased again by the return of the deserters from the parochial school. Our class officers were: Fred- erick Wilhelm, presidentg joe Beres, vice president, Velma Brooks, secre- tary and treasurer, and lVliss Spellman, class advisor. One of the main fea- tures of that year was a party at Leon- ard Cool-:'s home, where, in spite of the rain, all had a good time. Fur- thermore, as freshmen, some of our students attended a ,scholarship con- test at Ridgeville, but they were too modest to win any first places. ln our sophomore year, under the leadership of joe Beres as president, 1933 l"rcd1-rick Willxcliir as vice president, Myrtle lfranklin as secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Butzberger as class advisor, we began saving money for the Junior- Senior Reception. Meanwhile lfleanor Papworth came here from lflyria and caused many of the boys' hearts to miss a beat, and incidentally their grades to lluctuate. ln our junior year we elected the following officers: President, Willizxm Andrews: vice president, Roy Bren- neng secretary and treasurer, Flora Sa- hiersg and a new class advisor, Miss Murray. That same year we were lucky to include Doris Gaehr from Brooklyn, N. Y., as a member of our class. An important event was the -lunior-Senior Reception which we ar- ranged as a "Hollywood First Night." ln this, our final year, we have been expertly guided by our class offi- cers: Arthur Thomas, president, Carl- ton liodmann, vice president: lfileen lfinnegan, secretary-treasurer: and Miss Murray, class advisor. Of our original number, only twenty-six remain: Ralph Stark, Harvey Albrecht. Clay- ton Guild, Carlton Bodmann, Foster jenne, Willzird Mengel, Melvin Fred- :-rick, Roy Schaeffer, Wm. Andrews, Melvin Reichert, Arthur Thomas, lr- ma Mathes, Frederick lfbbs, lfileen l'iinnegan, Flora Sabiers, Phyllis Sa- lmiers, Marie liranlilin, Frances Tisdale, Karessa Meitzke, Ruth lfhrman, Flor- ence Herhst, Margaret Kovach, lis- ther Kreeger, Rose C-robe, Herbert l"uhrman and Marie Lange. May first, we were much saddened by the death of james lnnes, one of '33s most bril- liant students, and our friend and classmate for IZ years. Now, as Commencement draws near, we are working on our final dra- matic production, an operetta, uMiss fiherry Blossom, in which Marie Lange has the title role. Uur struggle for an education, at Amherst, is almost ended, but cur his- tory is not. Many of us will seek fur- ther for an education, the rest will enter other fields of endeavor, but the Cilass of '33 with its motto, "Honor lies at laboris gate," will continue to make history for itself and its mem- hers. Margaret Hoybcr, Doris Gaehr, l"redericlc Wilhclrri, joe Beres. l t A I 2 "", l WS' 5 4, ,,ag., ' 1 46th ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT Amherst High School ORDER or EXERCISES I Processional, "Salutation Grand March" - - T. H. Rollinson Amherst High School Orchestra Eleanor M. Nidy, Director Invocation ---- I ---- Rev. A. NI. Rickel Selections--"AIlah's Holiday" - - - - Rudolf Friml "Overtones" ---- Rasbach Asl-anoff Girls' Clee Club Address, "The Outlook for Our Graduates" - - Joseph W. Fichter, Assistant Director, State Dept. of Education, Columbus, Ohio Quartet- Lester Marker, Lester Bishop, Arthur Yenney, Robert Nicly - - - Greentown, Ohio Presentation of the Class of I933 - - - F. R. Powers, Superintendent of Schools Presentation of Diplomas - - - - S. Clifford President, Board of Education Benediction ----- - - Rev. C. E. Schmidt Selection Amherst High School Orchestra HONORS IN SCHOLARSHIP Joe Beres Doris Gaehr Margaret Hoyber Frederick Wilhelm Frederick Ebbs MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Joe Beres Doris Gaehr Frederick Wilhelm Willi-am An I Frances Tisdale Roy Schaeffer drews Frederick Ebbs BACCALAUREATE Sunday Evening, June 4th, l933 St. Peter's Evangelical Church Sermon by Rev. L. E. Daniels CLASS NIGHT Monday Evening, June Sth, I933 High School Auditorium Operetta-"Miss Cherryblossomu EPICIEEZCE Z Class of 1934 'IRST ROVV fLeft to rightb-H. Brucker, G. Thomas, J. Sipos, IVI. Berger, 3. Schmitz, S. Bishop, C. Doyle. IECOND ROW-A. Holliday. V. NVitte, H. Katouuk, C. Toth, A, Kick, P. lrullll, O. SIJVVHIG, F. Deuschle, E. Gerber, L. Svhibley, A. Schieferstein. 'HIRD ROVV-R. Lange, A. Kurth, NI, Plato, M. LahiiT. L, Micudu, J. Holz- Iauer, L. Gilles, A. Zink, G, Shinsky, R. Lauer. I. Eniory. FIRST IIUWAG. BI'lll'l', G. Decker, II. MuGarvey, A. Young, J, Teamuii, I NVils0n, SICUOND ROVVfR. Bl'GIlll2l.Il, E, Bailey, H. Rivkel, R. Lelltz, R. Heck, U Fullmsr, J. Krutch, F, Kelleher, A. Scliroeder, G, Hollstein, C. Lukofsky. THIRD RONV-R, Kreeger, J. Guiselmau, D. Mathes, J. Xvenzel, R. Ilotfuei E. Berger. J. Asczlienbach, S. Schroeder. C. Deiuer, E. Raesler, Ol3'FlCERS-- , 4 I I 3 President. A Teaman. Vice Pres., J. Holzhauer Secy.-Treas., Roy Hoffner Faculty Advisor, Miss Zilch. COLORS- Purpie and Gold. li I 1 I1 fi an I 1 MI Girls, Glee Club Ol-'FlCliRS- Pres., Doris Gaehr. Secy.-Treas., lVlnry Lahiff. -gms FIRST ROW tlleft to righty-J, ll0SPIIkl'ilIIZ. R. Somle-rgelml. A. Zink. R. H1 ber, D. Gaehr, F, Tisulale, C, M. Ziluh. SICCONIJ ROW--M. Guehr, VV. lJ1IDW0'I'llI, A. ScI1iefe1'steil1.'A. Holliday, M Lange, IMI. Lllllllbf, M. l"l'lIlIkllII, I. Matlles. G. Cooper. THIRD ROW-Il. I,alngv, L. Noyvxs, IG, Wvhstvr, II, B9rgm', A. Masters, I4 Kurlh, .I. Ilolzllauwr, R. Grolw. FIIIST ROW 11.4-ft to riglllb-J. Guisclrnun, W. Stiwulrl, I.. Grolw, Il. 'lllIOIIIiIS, II. Hills, U. Iirlluo, SIGVONIJ IQOVV-M. Ileia-llvrt. IC, Ilem'ke1l'. H. Vain lfPIll'iIII, S, Sq'lII'0t-'llt'I', F. Nlvnz. W, AIIlll'l'WH. 'I'IIIlIlJ ROW----M. S1-Ixieferstein, W. Iflmlwamls, F. Ebbs, F. Jenna-, F. Wilhelm, A. 'I'Immus, IP. I.:lx'I1, A. Hu I 5 , f l Boys' 1 , 1 11166 ' Club ' ., I ' I OFFlCERS-- f President, A. Huber. Vice Pres., Frank Laclm. A I I ,, , i I 1 ' . f I I E Football SITMMAKY Am. Opp. T l'llYl'l1l fi 14 Lorain U 0 New Lonflon 7 0 Wellingion T RST ROVV 1Left to rightj-J. McCann, H. Stiwald, G, Bruce, F. Loch, T. Hnlwr. Beres. DCOND ROVV-B, Andrews, R. Sc:l1ne1Te1'. H. Plclwards, H. Albreccllt, A. Zvnru, A. lomas, E. Bailey. HIRD ROYV-S. Schroeder, J. Gnisehnun, R. Thomas, G. B1u0ki'o1'd. J. Blac'kt'o1'1l. Lentz. F. Kelleher, A. Min-hael. JP ROW-B. Toth, A. Burnett, R. Hoffner. J. Nnbnkowski. J. Smythe. H. Van Buren, 0. BOllIlli,Llll1, B, Henson, J, Brown. n l 1 .Il LETTER MEN Varsity UA" Wm. Andrews V l'l. Albrecht H. Edwards G. Blackford Ray Thomas A. Zvara. R. Schaeffer B. Henson A. Michael l... l-loflner R. Lentz J. Brown J. Beres F. Kelleher F. Lach A Thomas S. Schroeder A. Huber Mgr. "A" A. Young H. lVlcGarVey 32 Lakewood 13 32 liidguvillef 5 27 Vermilion 0 6 Medina ii 1 118 39 1 Won Lost Tied Pct. 5 ZZ 1 .625 Football Pll'tl1l'eS-C0lll'U:'Sy of Walter F1'ede1'ick A . 1 , K3 FY' .rn . I , J ' . ,'. .,.Q'xiKi.n. Image Not Available Image Not Available Basketball XV1111, 183 l11lH1, 53 1'1'1.. .NIS 1N1J1'II'111N1J1+IN'1' 1.111Al1l'11I Am, Opp. Arn, Opp. 15 1111111111 21' 111 M1-1111111 27 l'11y1'i11 2111 12 Vt'1'lI11ll011 20 llf'll1'V11l' 171 311 1li1Ig1-vil11- 211 1'11-:11'vi1-w 1133 27 W1r11i11g11111 15 1lll1'l'll1l 1-1 2121 Nvw 1.1111111111 21 S11. A11l,l11'1'S1 20 20 11111111121 20 S11. A111111-1'1-11 20 Vv1'111i1i1111 V ---3 1111 W1-111111111111 1118 1511 15 N1-w 11111111011 'I'Ol'1iNAMl'2N'I' 311 lii111.:1svi1l1- 111 W1111i11g11111 lil!-M 15 Maple Hts. 141241 23 lVl1'111U'1' 20113-IS 22 ll1'11l'11'111l 101127 20 N11. 011111111111 283-- 111 1111w1:11111 21l5011 127 112 17 10 30 IT 21 18 24 211 211 21 213 1114 112 11 -1 P1 1 ......V. FIRST ROW 1Left to righty-R, Stiwald, A. Yo1111g, R, Stark, L. Cook, R H11tT11111', .1. Brown, 11. G1'1111e. SECOND ROW--M111-s. Albre-1-111 111111 Bailey. E. Re1'ge1', R. Kreeger, E. Raes lor, A. T111111111s, C, 1111i111, F, 1,:11A11, 11, llkxfllllilll, .I. Nulmkowski, J. Krutch, J l'll11'Ill1l11, A. K111111-zi, C01ll'l1 XY1llJ111' l11'il1111. 'FUI' ROW-Mgr. Zvz11':1. 11. l11'1ll'6. .I, S111y1111-. J. 120195. R. Heck. S. Ivan Mgrs. 1+'i1111ega111 illlll A11111'cws. junior 11U'I"1'UN1 11011 V-.l, S1111111111. 11. 1'1'11111w1'11. 11, 1111101112 '1'. 14. 'I'1-z1111:111, 111. l.21l'll, 111. Smith, R. Iluu-H, li. llll1lS, li. llolz- 'l'Ul' ROW" N11- 1 . l1111l'l'. 11, .11'11111' fifllfll liussvll St1111l11 1' Hlgll Am. Opp. 18 S11. A1l1l10l'St 12 31 R11sv1'v115 29 22 So. A111l1k'l'S1 18 1-1 1101111-11 18 34 lxll-'llillil T 14 S0.AIl1l191'S1. 9 211 Ve1'111i1i1111 16 17 .l01Tv1's1111 11 21 Vi111'e11t 20 52 0111-1'1i11 li 20 So. A11111e1'st 11 21 11111251-v1111' 11 -12 .ll'l'l'01'S1T'11 22 5 C12 Vi111'v111 6 111 Riclgovilln- 111 1 X l 29 11191111111 S 1 2-1 Ve1'111i1i1111 12 I 4311 228 I I Won Lost Pct. , i 111 1 .941 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 Imam 1-Orgy il 529' hr' ,Ns ,ifflibf 11 K fiwa - - , Q.,. . N? Z. 1 ,. 1 Amir.. Q 2- 5' gt --Y , D- K5 1 .--Q Y' Sept, 12. 13 14 15 17 22 29 Oct. 15 21 27 Nov. 4. 4 5 11 22 Dec. 2 it 23 Jan. 19 22 Calendar Bavk to school, All exhausted-first full day. Poor freshies-as green as vvvr. Elected Student Council Illfflll- bers, TOIl10l'l'OVV'S Saturd:1y- eve-1'yo11v happy. First game. Beat ldlyria, 743. Huber makes first toilchdown. Bri11g home bacon-boat Lorain 14-0. Miss Leac'h's Cllapel-111usi1'al program. Too bad! Lost to Wellington, T-0 First report i'Ell'tltSAAU'll, 111y! Speech class play, "f'l01lll Up". VVl1y, Fritzy Ebhs, you old masher! All glad to see this year's first publication of the Record. One of tl1e biggest games of tho season-Amherst vs. Lakewood Lights, Amherst eiitertaiiling. Rather poor 9llt6'I'li1lIlIIl0llf, tho. We heat 'em, 32-13, Armistice Day Dl'0gl'2lIll prvsviit- ed. "Kick-Off" party hy Girl Ro- serves in h0IlOl' of foothall boys. The main theme of the evening was. "Beat New London next year." Have "tough time" getting start- ed and lose first haskethall game of' the season to Lorain, 21-15. Our old coach, Hotiman, brings his Bellevue hasketeers, hut they don't make enough lmskotsg we heat 'enr Whoopoe! Christmas vac-ation. Speech 1-lass gives "A Lnvky Break." My dear, we just roar- eil. SQIIIGSIGI' reports! Such remarks as these fill the air: "Pass ev- erything O.K., Joe?" "Sure thing, Fritz, Get conditioned in any- thing?" 1933 CALENDAR 11'11111i11111-111 111. 11'1'1-5111111-11 11l12l11y 1'11'1'1 1l1'1'11'1'1'S :11111 s1111'1 1111yi11g 1'f1 1'1114S 11l11'!4. 111111'1 W11I'l'f'. 1-1.11 Q1'1'1'11 1'1'zs1111-s. 1'1111 II Q111111 111- 111 1111- 1-1-11. T, S1-11i111' 1-lass rings 111111 11i11s 111'- 1'11'1-. .X1111 :11'1- 1111141' s1-111111's s1111-14 1111 1111-111s--11-1-sf T. 121'11111- 11111-1'1-1111, "1,111111 111' 111-1-:11111 1'111111- 'l'1'111-." ,U . . --. W1- 1J,'1'1 :1 11111i11111' W11Q11111g11111s 151l'11I11I1j'. 31. '1'1-11111 111-111s Ili11g1-1'1111- 111 1111111 I1-11p:111- 1111x111-1111111 111111112 111,111'1'1' 111- 111111 XY1I111I'11 111 gim- a111111-11111- ll 1.1'1'I' 11111111111 1411l' sug- 141-s1i1114 JI 11111111- 1'11I' 111'11 11111111111- 111111, 11111 11111111111 Img 1111- 11111111- 11v1- 111 s1111'1 1111- s11ug1-s1i1111w, "1111, YY111' is us!" IT. 11111' 111-1-111'11 1-111111-5 11111 111 L1l'1'1'1l Sl. 1'1111'11'11's 1111.11 17. .l111- 111-1'1-S is 11111111-11 1-111ss 11111-- 1111'1111412ll1, 21. N1i11s11'1-1 81111114 111111 111lS1i1'11l2111 1'il1'1j'. 1'1Y1'1'j'1l1111j' 11215 21 g111111 1111Il'. 21. 111111111 1111181 XY1- Q1-1 il s111'i1111 V111-:1111111. T. A1111111'1'-1l111lLL1111'1' 14111111111-1 il 111g 111l1I' 1'11l' 1111- 12l1111'S, 111. W1- 11111'1-11'1 511111 1111y111i11g 111111111 1', I4 .-XA 111115 1111'. 51: w1-1l 11-1 1-1111 1Ql111W 11 1111-1 1111- 11-11111. '1. .I1111 A1'11111:1g1- 11l'l11L1S 111S 11111 111111 19111111-S. .N 11 ,, 1 , ,I -1. A. 1l111111.1s, 11, A111111-115. .1, 111112- 1l1lll1 1-, XY4 1'I111x'111'11s, 1". 'I'1e1I:111-. 11. 1'1 x, 11, S1l1IIS1iX, 1'11111111-11- 111 111':11111'y, 'I'1111111:1s 1v111s 1l1'?41 111111'1-, -1. S1'I1111l'?4 g1-1 11111111 111 11211'11 w111'11 1111 1111'11' 11111-1'1-1111. '1. .11111i1'1'5 111'1-51-111 Si'1l1111'2x with 2111 1111111111- 1'1'1'1'111l1lI1, 15. S1'1l11ll' 11is1i111-111111 111151 11. 1'I11ss N1L1111. T. 111':11111111i1111 1'X1'1'1'1S1'S. S11 111112 S1'l1I111'H, 11111 11111111 111-111111-, 11. 11l1I'1'iI1If S1-1111111's 11111 111 11111. no .ag ww -.Y 1'x-' 4, .-1. .,,,. .-Nh' Q 5 Q., 5 X 15 5.1 ssfrfv. ' 11 " S W 17" ww Q . , ,I X - .1 ' ,U Q 1 P' .1 XT' O dsl' . J X 1 X at 1 RN V I, N u 1 ,.g.-ss -1 ECORD Janitors Mr. Schieferstein lVlr. Berger Uratorical Contest At the Annual Cratorical Contest given by members of Miss Ricc's Speech Class in chapel, Friclay, April twenty-eighth, Arthur Thomas was awarded first place for his oration, "The Challenge of the Racketeerf' Sec- oncl honors were won by William Andrews on "Should America Cancel the War Debts?", ancl third by Janice Holzhauer for "Let Us Preserve the Amer- ican Home." Professor Mack of the English Department of Oberlin College actecl as judge. The program was as follows: George Cox, "American Law Enforcement ls Unjustf' William Anclrews, "Should America Cancel the War Debts." Arthur Thomas, "The Challenge of the Racketeerf' Frances Tisclale, "Home-An important Factor in Any Chilcl's Life." William Edwards-"Should America Recognize Russia?" Janice Holzhauer, "Let us Preserve the American Home." Grace Shinsky, "Benito Mussolini, a Benefit or a Menace?" Q "3 3 G CD m :Zil- IG 8-Y FIRST ROW CLeft to rightl- M. Becker, D. Guiselman, N. Beesing, M. Krieg, J. Twigg, V. Winson, D. Wilhelm. SECOND ROW-H. Lang, R. Cromwell, L. Schwitzke, J. Shot- ton, C. Wilson, J. Borman, R. Gillette, D, Harris, C. Blackford, B. Jenne, E. Nord, E. Lach, E. Schibley. THIRD ROW-A, Huber, D. Michael, N, Schaeffer, T. Alex- ander, H. Bennett, W. Michel, E. Cook, R. Mays, I. Ritzrow, P. Murray, P. Vargo, M. Bechtel. 7-Y FIRST ROW-H. Edwards, L. Donnely, B, Bruce, M. Rickel, C, Kreeger, M. Krieg, J. Bruce, E. Kreeger. SECOND ROW-C. Kubuske, J. Larson, W. Kunzman, R. Bort- ner, J. Riddle, E. Theumliug, C. Messal, H. Linn, R. Laux, F. Benedict, F. Hoffman, R Thomas. THIRD ROW-N. Kreeger, D. Maze, R. Logue, H. Burke, W Baden, J. Szarka, E. Holzhauer G. Slumska, E, Lodge, F. Raes: ler. 6-Y FIRST ROW-D, Schwitzke, R Fleckner, E. Ehlert, G. Smith D. Brill, V. Grugel, M. Slates H. Shaerin, D. Raesler, SECOND ROW-D. Weiland, A Taylor, C, Sabiers, G. Slumska L. Bahl, E. Sprenger, J. Sterna S. Katonak, A. Jackson, M Krieg, N. Masten, C. Gerber. THIRD ROW-G. Braun, C Borer, E. Stark, N. Barris, L Krieg, C, Rahl, R. Zimmerman D. Lasco, R. Kreeger, D. Tread way. 1933 8-X I1'IIIS'I' IIUW the-ft to Right! N IIm'k4'1', IC. KIIIIII?-IkI', Il. llm vzIth, Il. HUlIIIIIJ,SVVHI'III, II. Hills. ,, , .. , Il. INInstr-xl, I. 51'lIII'l!'I'Hl1'llI. SICVU NIJ IUHV li. l,IllI4'I', U II4-mf:-I, M. ldrnst, IG. KIIIIZIIIIIII, I", I'Ille -riugt.mI, IJ. Kmfplu-. II 1'liI'I'm'd, 'I'. PUIIIUII, II, Krieg, F II:-rrmzum, II. Imta-. 'I'lIlIIIl IIOW f.I. l'zLItvrsm1, II 'I'ntIl, S ldwnrl-N NI VI II. Kirm-Inmfr, A. ZIIIlIIll'I'IIlilII, IC. I'II1Ie-rl VV Ifllls lin .', 'I 'Z ' . . 'I'I'Ill'I' . - "Il, l"l'2IIIkN, R, Mille-I, IQ .-Xlhls-4'l1l. 7-X I"lIIS'I' ROW I. SIIIIILI. II. Ilan rls, M. Kulcemian, II. II:-l1x'4-mit, M III-rgn-r, II. Hl'l'UII, I.. Nlulh, Nl lzuxld. SICVO NIJ IIUXY I'. N14-Ima-s. .I. lun I' Short, W. I':nlln-rsmm, II, UH. .I. Ilrnwn, I. Muxw:-ll, Id. .Xlzulum-y. II. Ifl Mulunvv 'IIIIkS, II. I'lllIIIIIlI'4'j', IC. 'I'IIIIIIl ROW -N. Mill'-r, II. Ilnlf lillp.:swul'I.Il, IC. Km-pkv, Il. VIII! Ka-urvn, ll. S1-Ilia-I'+-wats-ill, IC IIzI:n:-I, II Ilufiml I II1 , . , ' f'. mlzllzllwr, h. Mu-hu:-I, V. SlbIIIIIl4'I'H. 6-X l4'IIIS'I' ROW Ii. Ilrlngs-l. II Idrnst, IC. NVWIIIZUI, I. Phillips. IC. M. I.eeIlm:nl1, II. KI. IVN4-il. .-X. Musturs, If Iflllvringlmm. I". Sz:- gvrt, II. SVIIIIZIZIII. SICIYUNII IIUW II. Millq-r, ld. Klrx-hm-r, IG. Ifrwle-l'im-Ii, I., Krie-1.7, N. Alrlrim-ln, TNI. I.. Ahrnxn II. JUIIIIHUII, III, Toth. II. Ilrnun A. Kl'I:4l:lm-if-, G, II:-Ido-n, 'l'IIIRII ROW -II. I'4-num. II. 'I'y- lfl I' I' :dm . . . nm' 1, .I. HIUVIIIIIII, M Pzlmn, II. I'11Iwur1Is, Il. Szuuh-rs, ld. Vlmp H. H1 H, J. Franklin, V. III-nos, J'lZlIIllI4'I', II. Iinrvznl. Wm. liuyvv. FIFTH GRADE IVIiss Beller, Teacher I IRST ROVV 1Left to rightb-M. Penton, B. Herhst, M. Bradley, N. Hul- ngsworth, J, Comstock, L, Twigg, D. Berger, B, Murray. L, Michel. ECOND ROW-B. Buns, E. Yonkings, R. Hogrefe, H. Shand, D. Miller, N. ierman, P. Grunda, L, Albrecht, L .Kapucinski, R. Winson, HIRD ROW'-J. Vvilhelm, T. Belt, P, Meitzke, F, Theumhling, NV. Robinson, . Jaeger, H. Jackson, C. Stung, M. Pieltch. D. Lung. II, Kvrercz. I FIFTH GRADE Miss Ehrman, Teacher A 'I 4 ,I 1.5 FIRST ROXV lLeft to rightj--M. Barckert, M. Luwrencv, NV. Emary, M. Holl- stein, M, Smith, A, Linn, R. Becker, E. Menges, TS. EIIYVZIITIS, E, Shuncl. SECOND RONV-J. Innes, VV. Dean, D. Ott, R. Dnte, R. Linn, K. Smnmer, R. Freclerick, J. XVhiton, M. Martin, G, Young, N. Knrrh. THIRD RONV-L. Hoffner. .I, Druge. I, Towne, E. Grngel, E. Muze, R. Rees- ing. F, Behrendt, J, SDl'I1lfIPI', D. Zilch, D. Hans. J. Ivan. Jr, b1In'nu1n. FOURTH GRADIC Mrs. IQDDICV. Teacher I"IliS'l' ROW 1l,vl'1 to rightr- VA. Ilvskitt. A. Muszten, L. Punlphrvy, E. Hor- vall, AI. HlblZllil1l0l', W. F114-klv1'. li, Abram, W. Ilrlu-0. SICVUNIJ ROXV-'f.l. XVvhsts-1', IG, Izolcl, .I, Svhwitzke-. U. NValktlQn, IC. Slang, ld, Mznlum-y, l'. IIol'1'11m1l, li. Km-pkv, R. lfluslxnzlln, IC. 'l'uwnv, D. Scllicfersteix 'l'uwl1v, 'HIIRIJ ROW--IE. Iinopp. I., Woiczikowski, IC. Krieg, F. Gringlc, R, Zvnro, Slmrp, Ii. IIulling'swm'tl1. A. Strauss, W. Yun Hllllll, G. Yonkiugs, B. Slmddl G. llzlll, ll. llonlwlly, l+'lllS'I' KUNN l5l'lHl!. l1'I'I lu riglllrf-IC. Iil'111'm', H. Hrill, li. l5m'tm-V. .l. liupu- l'lllSkl. XR. Iiauilf-y, .l. Srukau, Il, Kris-g, V, llzunaum, t'. Allison. SIGVONIJ NOW ll. I2l'm'lu'l', ll, llisldlv, V. Sr-lmiivlrl, l', H2ll'S1ll', IR. IN-llsm-lllv, A. XV:1gm-r'. Tlllllll IUJVV-H-H. R0 H1'lll'l'Z1IlZ, J. Ul'Ill'kl'l', IC, Ruhl. U, Kovpkv, IL F4-zlkills. Il, HllI'l'iH, IC, Yam Ke-1ll'v11, G. Hil'l'Ill21Il, l'. Sc-hzlffm-1', A. Dzlrzikis, F, SD1'l'0lvf. I"0l'li'I'H RUNV M. Vurgru, Y. Ml'Qlll'0H, S. Sww-1, II. Krivg, J. Toth, R, 1411!- wurrls, ll K1-llvr, Ii. llwsmnfllle-, ll, lballvy, .l. S4'lllllZ, IC, Vasu KUlll't-'11, IC. 'l'lmm:ls, FOURTH GRADE Miss Drcchsler. Teacher I I LL THIRD GRADE Mrs. Keenan, Teacher FIRST ROWHK. Franks istand- ingj, B. Emery, C, Bruce, D. Karoiill, I. Schibley, V. Strauss, E, Schibley, H. Hall, W. Fritz, E. Connell fstandingj. SECOND ROW-H. Patterson, D. Messal, U, Johnson, J. Bauer, E. Foster, O. Schaeffer, B. Witte, I. Beetler, R. Bills, W. Lach. THIRD ROW-H. Weigand, A. Emmerick, W. Koepke, D. Maze, H. Kirschner, G. Beetler, T. Ivan, M. Zipp, E. Stiwald. A. M-nys, V. Schubert. SECOND GRADE Miss Walker, Teacher FIRST ROVV fLeft to rightl- C. DelBoccio, E. Kristancic, A Gawn, W, Brucker, L. Kubuski, S. Ehlert, H. Burke, R, Saegert, B. Krieg, R. Rosenkranz. SECOND ROW-R. Schulz, E. Leimbach, C. Krueck, J. Belt, O. Vargo, T. Moody, W. Hall, E. Kirschner, J, May, N, Ritzrow. TOP ROW-F. Town, E. Naba- kowski, R. Womack, B. Haas L. Heller, C. Palen, C. Wolf, L. Dean, S. Menz, L. Schibley. FIRST GRADE Miss Bond, Teacher FIRST ROW fLeft to rightl-B Snider, M. Powers, N. Towne F, Shinski, H, Linn, R. C-ahl, N Wavrick, C. Nugent. SECOND ROW-N. Rosencranz D, Edwards, G. Taylor, J. Gor do-n, M. Springer, P. Miller, R Hutton, W. Heller, R. Aeber sold, L. Schultheiss, A. Brill. TOP ROW-E, Hamann, M Braun, G. Stiwald, B. Schroeder E. Walkden, D. Keller, L, Arm strong, R. Eppley, M. Braun. 1 THIRD C-RADIL Miss Bodmann, Teacher FIRST ROW flleft to rightb .I Feakinn Istanrlingb. C. Stroke: F, Linn, T. Sprengm: .I. Dunnn-I ly, .I. Krlvg, J, Wilhfflnm, I'. In-lt L. Koepke, R, Slumski, A. Mis chka Istandlngb. SECOND ROW-NV. Ilolzlmuz-r M. llolllngsworth, J. llollings worth, .I. Snhiers, N. Lzmgv, D 'I'n1'n0r. I.. Pluto, D, Ozlwn, D Dnt.r-, I., Rickul. RACK ROW H- R. Rruwn, .I Kovpkv, E. Ilulllmwio, I.. Kr:-v gor, J. Sipnn, J. RPIIIHZIII, I' Chapo, I". ll:-skill., N. .If-nsc-n, R Rarllnnw, N. Blythv, SECOND GRADE IVIrs. Smith, Teacher FIRST ROW fheft. Io rightb --E Rc-ful. I.. In-llszlur, M, llzwtlmns- R, Cmnstovk, J. Penton, .I Stark, N. Rarcknrt, L. Grohe-, V Ornncla, M. Denschle. SECOND ROW-.l. Jackson, R Rruvker. J. Schirlferstm-in, l. Smnmf-r. M. Zvnrn, R, Yonkings. R. Brown, R. Sugert, M. Ilulz- hzlnnr, N, Riddle. THIRD ROW-N. Whiton, I' llnliflny, F. Vnrgo, A. Burr-km-t G. Ward, F. Mack:-nziv, P. lln xzrnfv, R, Ehrman, C, Miller, I Early. FIRST GRADE IVIiss Neiding, Teacher FIRST ROW fl.:-ft to rightyfil F1-ukills. R. Ilasf-nfluo, O. Young: O. Wilhelm, .I. llovis, C. Franks D. Dull:-uwhlm-, E. Springer, YV llnlll-y, ll. Pau-k:u'ul. SECOND ROW-f-E, lloffmzln, ll Abram, R. Ruling, S, Vnrgo, .I Beetler, ll. Snhiors, M. Kara Ilolll, .I. Dntv, .I, Dute-, V. Stang 'I'lllRD ROW-ffl. Mc-Kinns-y, P Toth, W. llogrf-i'u, A, Emmerick J, Stephen, 'I'. llvlnzerling, .I Darakls, R. Gnlett, G. Drelsbuch C. Covnrrlale. Compliments of O. I-I. BAKER CO. Furniture and Undertaking Phone 435 Amherst Compliments of AMERICAN SPECIALTY COMPANY Phone 7 59 I Amherst AMI-IERST OIL CO. Super Service Station II. G. BA'l"1'ENHOUSE, Prop. FLEET WING GASOLINE Fleet Wing Quaker State and Mo- bil Oils and Greases and Complete Lubrication Service Firestone Tires, Tubes, and Accessories U. S. L, BATTERIES Complete Auto Repair Service Raybestols Brake Service Car Washing and Simonizing Park Ave. Phone 6862 AMHERST, OHIO Compliments of THE LORAIN COUNTY SAVINGS 6: TRUST CO. Elyria, Ohio Amherst, Ohio Louise B.: "I hear Graco Shinsky Hugh MJ ffwhat are you hangin has gone back to Melvin Frederick." argund the drugstore for?" Rosemary L.: "Yes, she couldn't Deb Y.: "I want to see how the bear to hear o-f his having such a druggisg wraps up a bowl of gold good time." ish." FRED I-IOLZHAUER HOME OF GOOD SHOES Brownbilt and Buster Brown Shoes Park Ave. Amherst C. E. COOPER Insurance nvirqlf . xc .N-1-.1 -1-mm if-am in-1.11-.1--an .1 .11 3 .1-ni-.11 3-11-1,10 Compliments of Chas. Heam Service Station Best Quality GAS - OILS - GREASES 475 Cleveland Ave. Phone 7712 Annie H.: "I was out in my uncle's apple orchard last fall and I was very much disappointed in it." Jennie F.: "Why, were the apples too green?" Annie: "No, but the boy with me certainly was." H. P. Neilsen Sons jewelers since IS77 4l9 Broadway Lorain, O. . .f- .. A telephone in your home will save time and money. THE LORAIN TELEPHONE CO. Buck B.: "Every night when I come home late my mother is waiting up to ask where I've been." Roy H.: "Does it make her mad when you tell her?" Buck: "I don't know. I never tell ,her." Compliments of THE AMHERST BAKERY Quality Baked Goods I36 Park Ave. Phone 465 Compliments of THE CLEVELAND QUARRIES COMPANY H25 Builders' Exch. Bldg. Cl-lerry 8350 Cleveland This Annual printed in the shop of the NEWS-TIMES Quality job Printing at prices that are set by prevailing conditions. "A Square Deal Always" Y- .-1 -,111---w-gf--5-:13'n-if ing TSv'!.f"15'74"'d-P354 ! ! A -Oberlin School of Commerce This school is coming out of the business depression in fine condition and now occupies a position as one of the lead- ing business training in the entire country. It has trained thousands of accountants, secretaries, stenographers, and auditors who are filling prominent positions in all parts of the United States and other countries. Many prominent bank officials, bank examiners and inclustrialists made their prep- aration at the Oberlin School of Commerce and look back to their days in this school as the beginning of their success. The fact that this school admits only those having at least a high school education makes it possible to offer strong- er courses than the average business school. The 1933 grad- uates of our high school would find a course in this school of great value to them. Carl D.: "I know a joke you'll never get, sweetness." Margie: "Well, who said I wanted you?" START RIGHT When planning a new home or repairs of any kind. 4-SQUARE LUMBER MILLWORK, DEVOE PAINTS MULE.-HIDE ROOFING THE AMHERST LUMBER CO. Mill Ave. Ph. 431 Amherst LA MAE BEAUTY SHOPPE WITHIN YOUR REACH WE TRY TO PLEASE ' 'lVli Own Wave" All types of hair, It gives a deep, strong, wave with perfect ringlet ends. Nationally known oil steamed. Helen Schriner 317 Tenney Ave. Ph. 5064 Taxi-driver: "Say! Can't you two lind a better place for kissing?" Glenn and Phyllis: "No, the lips are by far the best." C. j. EHRMAN Real Estate Broker General Insurance Phones : Residence-5 703 Office-546l . Compliments of The Farmers' Elevator Dealers in Grain, Coal, Flour, Gar- den and Field Seeds, Fertilizers and Farm Equipment Compliments of KELLER 8: BAUS Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings Compliments of ART LEUTZ Barber "THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS IS PERSONAL APPEARANCE" Compliments of A. NABAKOWSKI "WE SELL THE BEST AND REPAIR THE REST." Tile Roofing a Specialty Compliments of WEBSTER PHARMACY Lloyd C. Webster, Ph.C. "THE DRUG STORE YOUR DOCTOR RECOMMENDS." Fred E.: "What would you say if you saw me lined up before a firing squad like that man we saw in the movies today?" Myrtle F.: "Fire!" Compliments of Courance: "You say I'm the most beautiful, divine, and gorgeous crea- ture in the whole world? Are you trying to kid me?" Art: "No, I'm trying to kiss you." Compliments of HAROLD KLINE Dry Cleaning and Pressing Work Done by Robinson A w BROWN A Haberdashery Suits Made to 'Measure Compliments of THE WESBECHER HARDWARE CO. General Hardware and Builders' Supplies Phone 475 GERSTENBERGER 8: Son Hardware H. W. Gerstenberger H. L. Cterstenberger HENRY SHARP First Class Shoe Repair So. Main St. Amherst j. J. SMYTHE Attorney-at-Law Room 205 Lorain County Bank Building in11141-.-ni-11-1'xiii--.gr-if-1--un 111.1-.1 Gifts for the Graduate WRIST WATCHES ...,., S10 no S35 RINGS .......... ,,..........., - ...,.. S 2 to S25 DIAMONDS A,,....,............ 515 t0 S150 NECKLACES ...... ,...... S 1 to S10 COMPACTS .,... BRACELETS - ,,..,...,.....,,....,, S1 to S8 FOUNTAIN PENS, BILL FOLDS, CIGARET CASES, ETC. 500 to S10 Amherst, O. Phone 451 J' B' Jeweler 215 Church St. Amherst, 0. Rental Library Greeting Cards WALTER SCHULZ Central Book Store 239 Complete Line of School Supplies Ph. 5524 Church St. Newspaper and Magazine Headquarters Amherst Frank L.:"When the violinist play- ed that hymn at your sister'g wed- ding, didn't it put you in a mood for prayer?" Andy: "Yeah, a prayer that the strings would break." Clara Mae: "My boy friend and I have a lot of fun now that you can get into the movies for a quarter." Mary L.: "Does he take you a lot?" Clara Mae: "No, but we send my kid brother a lot." Compliments of ZIMMERMAN DAIRY For Service Compliments of PLATO COAL 8a SUPPLY CO. Phone 43 5 Amherst MISCHKA DRY CLEANERS Kahn Tailored Clothes I75 Park Ave. Dial 403 Amherst, Ohio ! l ! ! ! ! II i 9:01 1.1 ! I 10101 101-ui aiu: 1,1--it-11-1-.3--in: -11-1-.qu -gp--3 -11-11,1-I1 - Compliments of , AMHERST HOTEL BEAUTY SHOP Mary Edwards, E. J. KNAPP 5c to 31.00 Store SCHOOL SUPPLIES. STATIONERY and - CANDY 193 Park Avenue Operator lT'S Compliments of FRESHER AT F ISHERS Paul Nvohlever, Phone Prop. 404 Janice H.: "I believe there's BOITIG- thing go-ing to your head, Bob." Bob H.: "You mean I appear con- ceited?" Janice: "No, I mean there's or something on your neck." a flea Foster J.: "Even if I do lose this match, there's one thing the crowd will have to admit. l'm certainly a colorful wrestler." Melvin F.: "That's right, yo-u're all black and blue." Cliffords Florists Amherst's only F. T. D. Florist Phone 477 A Pessimist is one who Trusts neither men nor banks - and whom neither men nor banks trust. THE AMHERST PARK BANK COMPANY Berk's Quality Store Fancy Meats and Groceries Phone 459 Compliments of Amherst's New Theatre "MARY JANE" 11-iugninx-.14 1 limi ,xi 1 :xi 1-14110101 'Loan I1 ni 1.111 Compliments of KUSS DRUG STGRE SAVE with SAFETY at 7fi6' QfXCLe2. onus STORE We appreciate your trade Compliments of WM. A. MILLER Attorney and Councelor-at-Law Park Bank Building Phone 7202 Compliments of CHAS. EBBS Clothier - Tailor - Furnisher and Women's Wear Compliments of ,lr Boanomiaal Tronaforutin I f CH Eii-0ii,gL' I M- tp Schibley Motor Sales, Inc. Phone 432. Church St. Len. Cook: "If I tried to pet y Brucie: "Can I ask you for a dol- front of your father, how far would lar until tomorrow ?" get?" Kelleher: "Say, you can ask me Rose G.: "As far he could kick till the day after to ow and still 011-H not get it." Compliments of W. J. BODMANN 8: CO. Dry Goods, Chinaware and Wallpaper Compliments of W. C. SCHAEFFER Dentist Compliments of The AMHERST HDW. Co. General Hardware, Plumb- ing and Tinning Philco Radio and Frigidaire Phone 409 DRS. G. R. WISEMAN and G. R. WISEMAN, jr. Newest Newest Merchandise Values Dependable Shoes For Each Member of the Family Also A Complete New Line of Luggage HAGEMAN SHOE CO. 387 Broadway, Lorain Owl Stamps X-Ray Fitting Chiropodist in Attendance - Q Janice If fthreateningj: "Ki-ss me, and I'1l scream for help." Fritz: "Never mind, Girlie, I can managalonef' Compliments of OSCAR HASERODT jeweler and Optometrist Elyria, Ohio We specialize in American Watches and Perfect Diamonds. Also a complete line of gifts- Silver, Clocks and Novelties, Compliments of THE LORAIN HARDWARE COMPANY Fifth and Broadway 4 Phone 228l Ray Thomas: "I don't care for Mar gie-she's so small minded." Herb F.: "But awfully generous- she'll give anybody a piece of it." All Photographs Fashioned in The Record made by DAY'S STUDIO 50l Middle Ave. Elyria fl' , l -Qumran 010-Q.--mX1-.-p-.1-X11-qs---wqp--1..1uupn1-101.1-11.1 ,101-,1-,1-.11,.g4.....1.,1X.1..q.i..- I , -, lie I- , r . i ii .Xt a X X wXX,gv QQXL X. QT FQ X X X XXEXXQQXQ 3' lx A Q X2 ' 'X X XXL-iw ,, A- XX XX, VX . U , xr ' fl! MX HL X XXX X QXXXR , Xllylx , 15 X QM? X9 XVHXXXV X. ,I Q. g X ,'i'9k X. X. :' , vi NY MIM! XXNX Xxx A X X X! 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