Arlington High School - Excelsior Yearbook (Arlington, OH)

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V NORWESTE R -4vNAv-vs-n5pu.vsrsfsfQ.,gi,.,4g. -ge ' ix AN' Aff. -K ,xw-fs' ,ofx IN-fs.-N., --7' C624 lxanufu nv:-xv f lawns' L 0.-QA.. mac- 1 -. -gal .' mamma' sd.:-vw,..hfA.e1mI,455zs.:.1a:u .ww z..mie.z.:?u'vnrqnfmsf-aiu fs: ww:-wf'r WL. :aww-.mfxmlr .:1vmaS.u.mwn41mm "uma as-1'm'aa1:4a .wg 1 da-runes +16-nuu..a'.f:aA -Asian ..m1:r. fC f! GOOD MANNERS AND GOOD FORMS Never accept a report card without objecting strenuously to all marks. Form the habit of coming late to class. No teacher expects you to be on time. Don't put too much confidence in Mr. Jones. You never can tell when he is joking. Cut a class at least once a week and on all test days. Mr. jackson enjoys asking questions. Take gym only when you are in the mood. Miss Kaiser and Mr. Larkin agree that exercise weakens the heart. Never remember your lab manual. Mr. Meyer always excuses you. Use a pony in Cicero. Miss Schultz loves a fluent translation. Always speak to Mr. McCullough in thehalls. He never answers, but you Sl10l1ldI'l,t mind a little thing like that. Never take a French test without studying the questions the night before. Miss Hoffman likes to give good grades. Try to out-argue Mr. Cavins' theory of lifty years from now. At least it will pass the time away. Never whisper in the library. Always shout. Miss Hughes loves to hear the conversation of youth. Be sure to scrape the chairs when you rise. Her nerves are made of iron. Skip every other band and orchestra practice. Mrs. Davis does not like reg- ular attendance. Never be attentive in geometry. Mr. Gulden believes it is bad form. Be sure to shout when you enter Miss Long's Virgil class. The noise always reminds her of the juniors. Never write book reports. Miss Lewis and Miss Horst say that p-enmanship is a strain on the eyes. Getl'Mr. Glass to talk about the war. He forgets he is conducting a class. Visit the art room often. Miss Beelman loves your company. Raid the frigidaire in the Home Ecnfroom. Miss Shidaker keeps it well stocked. Ask Mrs. Carr as many questions as you can. She has all the time in the world. ' Above all, never subscribe to The Norwester. You can always read someone else's. MARY HOAGLAND. Page One Page Two AI R. ,IUNICS 'J "1 . lim l'nix'vlsII5: XI..X.. Ulm U II X Ink II N III Stull' Slllu-liyllvlnlmxxl AIR. .lM'liSwN ILA.. II. Nz. IIIIIU Slain: NI..X.. IuIul1lInz1. I'1'1m'l1v:II. AIRS. l'.'XRR Illiw K nllww ,. . Nm-n'l'L'l:nx'x XIIN5 NIIIILXKICII A.I5., XYIIIIIIIIQIUII I'nIIn-gc: Iirzlrluzltz- Svlwul Ohio 5l2lIR'. Ilumc' ICc'ulwll1iL'N :m4I Iixxglifll. MR. Mci'l'I.I,Ulf11II ILA.. lIIlIu Slzm-, IIim+r5. MISS IIURST II. Sr.. Ohiu Starr: III':uIu:xlz- Sdnml Uhiu Sluts. ICxIgIisI 1. MISS II0I"I'1fNI,'XN II, Sr.. INI..'X.. Uhiu Smtv. I"x'l'm'I1. MR. IUXYINS II. SC., Uttwlwill: KIJX.. l'nIvL'r4ity uf fXIiCIxIg:m. SCI:-xlvs' :xml NIJHI1. MRS, DAVIS II. SC., UIIII1 Flznlvi llrzlnlllzltm' HI ilu- NIul1'L'y S4'InmI of Music. INIUSIC, , f' - di' MISS Sl'IIl'I.'l'Z ILA.. Uhcrliii. Lznlin. MR, GLASS II, Sc.. Ohm I,'uivci'sity. Mzmuzll Arts. MR. tDl'I.IJEN ILA.. CZIIIIIHI. Mulll. MISS IEIiliI.MAN Ohio VVesI0yan. IS, Sc., Miami. Art. MISS LONG ILA., IJQ-Iizmcc i'ulIL'gc3 Grzulumc Schmll 0I1iU Slntv. Iullglisll. M R. M EY ER II. Sv.. f':11uitnI. Scicncc. M ISS KAISI-IR Il, Sr.. Ohiu Stzncg KLA., Culumlmizl. I'I1ysiC:xI IC1Il1c:xIixv1u. MISS IIVGIIICS I'nive1'sily of C':1Iifnr1iin. I,iIn':iri:m. M R, LARKIN Ii. SC.. VViI1ningt4m Full:-gc. Physical Ecluvzlliun. MISS I.EXY I S II. SC.. Ohio Slate. Math. and English. Page Three NORWESTER AWARD CERTIFICATE CERTIFICA ofA WCJRD Ohio High School Publication Contests T I N the 1932 State Contest forccgeat' cBOOsl:L.SL conducted by the Journalism Association of Ohio Schools and judged by the School of Johrnalism of the Ohio State University, the was given AllLO.hiQtHonor Rating for its excellent qualities and superior merit. 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Lag 4 Q- , ' lqamf w,.4,..1 WH . if f 1 .. 2 :H ' , v -giiapi fn 491--.,,f,'f5.2:p. ,:.1':,'3f-221'g.sg5'gs,xf sw -S+, Rf,-1-ff"', Jian. -gf-4 - ' . tug. cw' Qi -'fpy3g:.::1q.f4u:r-W :f ,iigekqgggfgnt PHIL XYOOD, Class President ' I flu 11:1 lf! .v11uli4'.x' i11lL'r'fr1'1' ruilll my c'dufatirH1." Class President, -tg Class Vice-President, 24 Yur- sity A3 Football. fi, 4: Track. 3 CMana,c:erJ. 43 Hi-Y, 3, 4: Krazy Kapcrs, 1, 45 Senior play. Ulxiw Stale l'nivr-rsity. Page Five Page Six VVAYNH IJICNIEOVV "llc ix il :Hun of 7K'A'i-fl1lf.H Class Yici--l'rcsi4l:'ut, 43 Football, I. 2, IS, 41 Bas- kvtball. il, 4: Track, 2, 3, 4: Varsity A: Krazy Kapi-rs. -t: Glen Club. 4: Orchestra, lg Band, 1. l'uivt-rsity of Swutburu falifornia, KA'I'lllCRINlC l'l"lCNlXtl "Hur Iitllr, uuim'lu.r.v. nilrun1umIu'r'i'i1' nrlx uf lciuil- mxrx mul nf limb." Class Salutatoriaug Krazy Kapcrs. 4: Girls' Athl li-tic Assucitimi. 2, 3. 4, ii. A. A. Executive lluarrl. 24, -tg Girl Rvsvrvcs, 2, 3, 4 QYicc l'rcs.7: lxailurs' Class, 34 lYice. l'ri-s.5, 4 4Yice i'ros.5. 4 iYiC0 l'rcs,5I Scout l.ii'utcnaut. l. 2. Ci: lli-Img' Stall., 4 Clfclitiir-iii-Clliefl1 Nur- westvr Stall, 3 iilirls' Sport liilitori, 4 Cliclitur- iii-Cliicfl: State Sclmlarsbip Team. :ig Tnrrli, l. 2, 74, 41 Svninr playg Xati-tual Himur Sivcivty. Ubin Stain- l'nivn-rsity. MARQZARHI' KRUMER ".Yi'f'f'r' hw.: Imxy tu hrlfv iz fl'I-Ullii " Class SL'L'ri'tai'y, 41 Krazy Ka mrs, 4: liirl Rc- l st-rvus. 2, 22, 4 fflilliltlbill Lcailvrs flass, Z! l'l'rvas,J: lilac Club. Zi. 4: Girls' Athletic Assn riatiiui. Z. 34, 4: ti, A, A, livvciitivc Iluaril. 3, Ili-Img Stall, 4 Kbitcrarv liclitm-J: Class llis- tiiry: Senior play: Natiimal llmumr Siwicty. Ubin Stair- l'uix'crsity. l'Al'l, Nlll.l.lKlN Ml am not u fwlifitiiziz, um! my frflzur lmlviix art' gfmfiif' lllass 'l'i'a-zisiin-i', 4: Class Yicc Prcsiib-ut, :ig Ili-Y. 2, 34, 43 Krazy Kapt-rs. I, 2. Ii. 4: Yar- sity A3 lfimtball, I. 2, 24, 4: StYlIllllll!l3.1'. 24: llas- kctball. 34, 4: 'l'rark, Ii fMgr.i. -tg Xurwcstcr Staff, 4 flirculatimitg St-uiur play. Ubin Statv l'uiver-ity. SAIXI DEX' l N IC "Hr :wx nuf uf uri tigzr. but fm' all fimi'." Football, Ii, 4: Basketball, 4: Swiuiuiiug, L43 Track, 2, 3. 4Q Varsity A3 Xnrwcster Stall, 4 CAss'!. Art Iirlitiirlg Krazy Kapvrs, 4: lli-Y, K, 4, lllcc i l'lub, 45 llaiul. L, Il, Scuinr play, Culgatc. A N N li SCK Vl"l' "Nw i7l'Ilf'A' ilvxcr:-4' lht' Iw1'vly: t':-my icufmaii may lu' 7i'UI!.H liaskz-tball. t, 2: tlirls' Atblrtic Assuciatiim, 2, IS. -t: Niviucstci' Stuff, Zi CAss't. Art Eclitiirl. 4 iArt liilitnirig Krazy Kapvrs, 2, 41 Suuinr play. Ubin Statt- l'uivi-rsity. JACK IJEYAN ICY "Fur lu".r u fully 11111111 frllmif' Aquinas lligb, I, 2: Arlington, 32, 43 Varsity A: Vuutball. Zi, 43 liaskvtbzill, 25, 45 'llI1lk'l'i, 4: Swim- uiiug. Ii: 'll-iuiis, '33, 4. Ubin Stain' lmx'i'rsity. I.l'f'lI.l,lC PHX "Ihr wif.-.-, :b1nm".'r xllt' milf. i'iu'liuilt.'1l: l.iL'i' nlH,s'it' lv Hu' Izmir! ill Ti'i'u1.' l'cabmlv Iligb Sub--ol. Pittsburgli. I, 2, lil ixli' liugtiiu Hligb, 41 Krazy Kaiicrs. 4: livirl Re- s4'l'vi's. 4: Xiii'wi'stL'1' Stall, 4 iAss t. Art liililnrl, Ubin State lluivcrsity. Kililllililfl SARGEXT ".lIm'!l fozlrriozli oftrn your rziillz fi'fi'i'xt :i'ori1'.r." Ben Avon High, lg Arlington, 2, 3. 4g Varsity A3 Football. 2, 3, 49 Track, 3. -ig Krazy Kapers, 4: Glce Club. 4: Hi-Log Stall 4 fllusincss fllziiizigwlg Class Proplic-cy, State Scholarship Tram. 4. Ohio State l'niversity. ll.XRRlE'l"l' SCHEXK ".-1 iliizfgflzlrr uf thi' Minis. ffiriziuly full, ,fluff uzihvt flli'Z'iHL'lj' fair." l'oliimhiis School for Girls, lg Arlington, 2. 3. -lg Glce Club. 3, Girls' Athletic Association. 3, 4: Baskcthall, 4. Ohio State L'iiivc-rsity. INIARGARICT' IHIQOVYN "HY nrt' all plilrvd livri' la do .von1.'tli1'H17" llaskctlrall, 3 lAss't Mgixl, 4 CMgr.l2 Krazy Kaiiers. 4: Girl Reserves, 3 Cflalmiiictl, -l il-'res.l: l,eaders Class, 3, -ll Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Executivv lioard. 3, 4: Glec- Clulr, 3, -lg Torch, 1, 2, 3. 4: Senior play: State Scliolarship Team, 4: Nzllioiial lloiior Society. Ohio State l'iiix'Q-rsity. HARRY SIMONS "lff'vry inrlz iz gf1'r1Ilt'ma11." Class Treasurer. lg Varsity Ag Football. 3. 4: Track. 2: Basketball, 3, 45 Swimming. 2, 35 Golf, 33 Krazy Kapvrs, 1, 2, lg Glcc Flnh, 4g Or- chestra. l, 2g Band, 1, 25 Clicer Lcarlcr, l, fl Ass't Scoutniasterg Senior play. Ohio State Vnivcrsity. f'llARl.lCS Sl'llNYl'fNKER "lVllrll' funlx flzvxt' morfnlx ln'."' State Scholarship Tcani, 3, 4, Torvh, 3, fl. Ohio State i'nivei'sity. MARY KAY S'l'l'KliY "l.1'fu is not lift' nl all rc-lfliouf iIvI1'g1lif." Varsity A: llasketlmall, I, 2. 3, 4: Krazy lizipcrs, 23 Girls' Athlr-tic' Association, 13, 3, 4. Xortliwestern liniversity. l!li'l"I'Y ENYING 'tbilii' wax J'fl'LIlyl!f iunl Xf7'UlIlI will lim' i',vi'.r ziwri' blue," Varsity Ag Basketball. l. 2. Il Cfaphj. 4 ilfantj: Girl Reserves. 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association, 2 tScc,yD, 3 CSec'yJ, 4 CYicc Prcslg Ki. A. A. Excfiitivc lloarcl. 2. 3, 4. Ohio State l'niversity. HYI' IJAVUEN "l'lI no! blltlgft' im im-li." lfllllfl, 1, 12, 3, 4: Orclivstra. l, 2, 3, 4: 'l'orc'h. l, 2. 3, 45 Footliall. 3: Track, 2, 3, Krazy Kant-rs, 4: State Scholarship 'IX-am, 4, Ohio Stale University. Paqe Seven Page Eight JEAN CARTER "lf7'1'ry am' l111.r Us f7!l'lIX1ll'1'.Y. So Iran' I." Girls' Athletic Assucizxtiun, 1, Zi. 45 Basketball. 2: Girl Reserves, 2. 4, Clhlo State University. VVILLIAM GILLESPIE Lvl the fcmrlfl .YI1r11f." Trqvk, 1. 2. 4: Ili-Y. 2. 24, 4, Seniur play. Ohm State Vniversity. ROBERT THOMAS "KI jim' fvllow. Immxvt, 1'11t1'l1ig1'1ll and 1:i11rl." Bvaskethall, 33 Track. 41 Swimming, 2. K: Ili-Y, 3, 4 f'I'reas.Hg Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Iiziml, 1, 2. 3, 4. Kirksvillc College of Osteuputhy and Surgery. MARY GARVIN A'Thr ltlfljl 111111: ffmfrzrf Inn 111111'11. m1'f11111k.v." Girls' Athletic Assucizltion. 2. 3. 41 Krazy Kzxpers, -1: Girl Reserves, 3, 42 Glee Cluh. 4: Hi-Log Slz1Fl', 4 CGirls' Sport Ecliturjg Cheer Ixzuler, 3, 4. Ohio State Vniversity. LOIS VVUICHET "Cowl 111111011 is um' of t111' l'l-l'1!l'.Y1 fruits." Girl Reserves, 3. 4: l.e:ulers' Class, 3: Girls, Athletic Associutirm, 3, 4: G. A. A. Executive liuzlnl, 31 Orchestral. 13 Senior play. Ohio State l'11iversity. VVILLARIJ JONES "Y'111'r1' ':1'a.r a lU1l!!1H-Iljl 1l1':'1'1 l-ll his cya." Varsity A: Fmmtlmll. 2, Ii. 4: Track. 1, 2. 3. 4L Swimming. 34: Ili-Y, I, 23 Orchestra, 3, lizuitl, 3. Ohiu VVesleyzu1 University. ,I IM TA Y l.OR "G1m11' 11ut1rr1' 111111 1111011 x1'H.v1' mztxl 1'7'1'r twirl." Business High School, Nvzlsllingtmx, U. U.. l, 123 Arlingtun, 25, 41 lli-Y, Ii. 4. Ohio State l'niversity, Rl"l'Il KNOIJIERER ".S'111"x b1'11111ij11l. 111111 tl11'1'1'f11r1' In 111' 71111111115 Sl11".v 11 211-f11111l1, I111'r1'f111'1' tu 111' ivan," l'lz1ss Svcretzury-'l'rez1surer. 1, 2. 83 llziskethall. 4: Krazy Kzipers. I, LZ, Zi, 41 Girls' Athletic Assu- fsizntiun. 2, 3. 4: Glee l'luh. 2. 3. 4: Scout Lieu- tenzmt. 1: l'lz1ss XVill: Senior play. Ohiu State Vuiversity. IIOMER SAYERS "My twzgrtrc' 'IL'if1ll'lI my lipx I rung For fulm tatkx murli, muxt talk in vain." Vlass Vice President, 1: Varsity Ag Basketball, 33 Track, 2, 3, 43 Football. 2. 3, 4: Swimming, 2. 33 lli-Y, 2. 3 iVicc Presb, 4 QPreS.J. Uhin State l'niversity. BONNIE STOLTZ "I had to grin to flllrlllf about Ihr fun I Ilan' Iwfnrt' Hwy Vtlllflhf nw." liaskethall, 2, -tg Krazy Kapers, 43 Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, 3, 4: Senior play. VVestern College for NYOIIICH. DUROTIIA SM ITH "Thr bi1't'I1, max? .tlzy and ltldylikf of trr'r'.v." Evanston Township lligh. 1, 2, 33 Arlington lligh, 4. Uhio State l'niversity. VARY. ASFIIINGER "You nuff kccp a good man down." Varsity A: liaskftlzall. 4 tltlginjg Hi-Y, 4: Krazy Kapers, 45 Xorwestcr Statt, 4 Cllusiness Man' agerl. Ohio State l'niversity. lllltill MILLER Szunrlzfm' mul fiom! lzunmr all flu' rtwrld www." Varsity Ag Track, 35 Ili-Log Stati, 4 tCirCnf lzttinnl. Ohiu State l'niv0rsity. JEAN OGDEN "Tln' joy of flL't11Hl null youll: hm' t'j'L'.S' di'.t'pIayCd." Yarsity A3 liasketliall. 2. 3. 4: Krazy Kaoers, 4: tilts Club, SS. 4: Gill Rcservtfs, it CTR-aS.l, -I flfabiiictlz Leaders Class, 3 CPres.J, 45 Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4 QPrcs,Dg G. A. A. Executive Boartl. 2. 3, 4: Hi-Log Staff, 4 tlirliv tor-in-Cliigfby State Scholarship Team, 3, -tg Student Council. lg Cheer Leader, 1. ZZ: Turcli, l. 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society. Ohio State University. JANE AIYLAXIJER i'I'iI'lL'IltlA'lll'1' ix t'UIl.Yft.IIlf in ull !l11'1u1.v." XYithrow lligh, Cincinnati, 2, 3: Arlington lligli. I. 4: Student Council, lg Krazy Kapers. 45 tiirl Re-serves, 4: Hi-Log Staff, 4 C'l'ypist9: Norwcster Staff, 4 CAss't. Make-up Etlitorbg St-nior play: Torch. 41 National Honor Societv, Ohio State l'nive-rsity. VARI. l'Al.MliR "Tln' lirfn is not so jivrfc as fIdl:llfC!1.l' flass Prcsirlent, Ii: Varsity A: Footliall, l, 2. Il 41 lil:-c l'lul1. 4: llasketlmzlll. l, 2. 3, 43 Track. l. 2. 3: Krazy Kapers. 4: Hand, 15 Orclic-stra. l: Hi-Log Staff, 4 CCirculationD. Ohio State l'nivsrsity. Page Nine Paqe Ion I,I,OYIJ OSIHVRXIC "Oli, gffiw' zz.: Hn' mln: :vim .YI-IIHX uf l1:'.r :wrL"" Yarsity A: Fooihall, Ili-Y. Kiazy Kapt-r-, 1, 2, Ii. 4 KMastcr of l'L-rviiioiiicsl, Ohio Stall' liiiivcwsity. MARY I.OI' I"UXYI.ICR "Thy nimltxrty ix ti rundlt' lu thy 1m,'rit.v." Krazy Ixapurs, 2: Girl RcsL'1'vcs, ZS. St. Marfs of Notre IIIIIIIC. MARY MARIZARICI' RAIJIl'IiIC HIVIIVII xln' Itiimllx, 11 tnltlx xu111t'II11'1n1 to Ilrix frag- mrnt of I1'ft'." l.chnian Iligh, iianton. I: Mciiinluy Iligh. Fan' ton. 2: East lligh, 2: Arlington Iliifh, II, 4: liaskuthall, 4: Girls' Athlm-tic Assoi-iation, Zi. 4. Ohio Stats- l'nivcrsity. ,IOIIX IIARMON 'Alf ix I1 rtllniiilioir cvlzirll rfmzrfrmzlx im ua! ti lllt'H1'y." Class I'rcsith-nt, 1: Ulm- flnh, 4: Stnwlsnt Foun' cil, I: IIi-l.ng.f Statlf 4 Cfircnlationl: Norwcstvz' Staff. ZS Qlloys' Sport Emlitorl, 4 tllnsinvss Managm-rl: Torch. 2, Si. 4: Stats- Scholarship Team, 2, 4: Krazv Kapcrs, 4: St-nior play: Xational Ilonor Snivicty, Ohio Stain' l'nivvrsity. GRANT FRANK "I?rt'1'ify fx tht' .will of wif." l'Iass President. Z: Yarsity A: Ifoothall. I, 2, ri. 4 tl'apt.7: Ilaskcthall, 3: Track. l, 2, Ii, 4: Golf. 34. 4: Ili-Y, 2. 3. 4: Krazy Kapcrs, 4: tiles l'lnIm. 4: Stan' Scholarship 'l'uam, 2, Zi, 4: 'I'orch, 2, Zi, 4: National Honor Sociuty. Ilartlnonth Follvgv. ICIDITII MORRIS ".S'ili'urt' .v-:tu'4'!t'r ix than .vfu't'rI1." Girls' Atheltic Association, 2. 3. 4. Ohio Stats I'nivvrsity. ANNIC 'l'I'RNl'1R "lfarIl1'x imlwltzvl Ilzimr. u cvtmniiz pt'i'ft'ctm1." I,cash-rs Class. 4: Krazy Kapcrs. 1, 2, 4: Girls' Aihlvtic Association. I. 2, 4: Ii. A. A. Iixvcn- tivv Iioarrl, 4: Glu' Vlnh, I: l'Iu-cr I,n-zulcr. I. 2: Ilaml. I: State SvIioIarsI1ip 'I'e-am, I, 2: Svnior play: Vlass XVIII: Torcll. I. 2. 4: Na- tional llonor Socicty. Ohio Stain- linivcrsity, VYII.I.IAM SIIAXK "I INTL' fiwlx' r.i'fu'l'1'm1'1iI.v. 1 um tzlvmzyx n1aL'r'rnf rln'Iu." Varsity A: Ifoothall. 4 Ihlgltll Ili-Y, ZZ, 43 Krazy Rain-rs, 4: Gln-u C'InIm, 4: Orchustra, I, 2, 34. Ilancl. I. Z, 14. 4: 'l'orCh. 2, 35. 4: Svholarship 'I's'am. Ii, 4: Si-nior play: National Ilonor Socivty. Ohio Statn' I'nivcx'Sity. JO!-I MASON "l.1111g1ll und' flu' fwfrlrl' luzfyfllx Twill: yuzff' Yarsity A: Fumhall. 3. 4: llaskctliall. 2, il. 4: Track, 2. Ii, 4g lli-Y, Zi, 43 Krazy Kapcrs, 4: Glue Cluh. 4. Uhin State- l'nix'crsity. MARTIIA BNKINNHY "Tlm.n' about lim' lfrmn lim' .vlmll rvml llzv fn'rfl'rf ways of ll0ll01ll'." Girl Reserva-s. 12 Ifahinell. 4: l.emlL'rs Class. Zi fYice I'rcs.3. 4 lPres.D: Krazy Kapers, 43 Girls' Athletic Association. Il. 4: G. A, A. Excciitivc liuaral. 3. 43 Orchestra, 1, 23 Hi-Log Stuff. 4 ll.ilcrary Erlitorlq Nurwestci' Stall, 4 lllllflllllllllll Blglxll Turrll. 1, 3. 43 Senior play: National llnnur Sucicty, Ohiu Vi'cSlcyan lvlllV6'l'Silj'. lfl.lZAllli'l'll l'l.ARK "Tlio.rv rs-lm umlw' ilu' lraxf lltll-AT l1l'm:11jvl1'.vll most." Girl Rfsswvcs. 3. 4 iCahinetl: l.camlcrs Class. 3. 43 Girls' Athletic Association. I. 3. 43 G. A. A. Executive lloarrl. Ii, 43 Glce Cluli. 43 Slate Scliolarsliip Teuni. 1. Ii. 4: Torch. l, 2, 4: Senior play: Class Yalcllicluriang National Hunur Su- cicty. Uhiu Stats l'nive-rsity, FRANK ANDERSON "Br xvlf-r'4'.vpvrlill51, Ilmnyll un! tollrtilvd- .-lffulvlr. flrunglll IIUY fllllll-ll-l!I'.'l Grandview High, lg Arlington. 2. 32. 43 Krazy Kapers, 41 Track. 4 lXl:1iiap.fm'l3 Stale Sclmlar- ship 'l'v:un. 251 flass llistnry, Ohio State' l'nivl-rsity. JOHN VVARFIEI. "I gm? nn jnzfziunirv fwitlz flu' blzwx at all." l'niversity uf Chicago High 1. 23 Marion High. Sl: Arlinglun. 41 Track, 4 Chlrinagerli Krazy Kapers, 41 Glee Cluh. 4g llanrl, 4: Orchestra, 4. Ohio State l'iiix':-1'sity. ,ll'I.lA HAMLIN ".-I xllvlzt, lull fmml 7wu'L'vr'." lmaxlers' Class. Ii QS:-C'yl. 4 ll'rvs.H: Girls' Alh- , lellc Associalimx. L. Sl. 4: G. A. A. lfxccutvc lluarel. Ii. 41 lliAl.ng' Stall. 4 K'l'ypislJ: Nm'- wcstcr Stall. 4 ll.itc'rary Erlilnrl: State Schul- arship 'l'main, 2, 24: Turcli. 2, 13. 4, Ohiu Stale l'nivcrsity. Mll.lJRl'IIJ lJII.I.lbW "lf lllf'l'f: lH'r1'l11l'.v li IUAYIVHIII tu In' .rilrllf lllllll tv Iulk Krazy Kap:-rs. I: Girls' Alhll-tic Assuuiatiou. 2, Zig Girl liuswvi-s, IS, 43 Ili-l,-ig Stall. 4 CTyp- iSKl2 Sc-niur play. l'IYlil.YN CARTICR "lfod'.i' in ll1'.r lli'117'l'r1,' .-lllfv riyflil will: lhl' ivmlllf' Dclavrarc High, 1: South High. 2: Arlington. 2. Zi, 4: Girl Rcscrvcs, 2. II. 4: Girls' .Xllilntic As snciatinn, Ii. 4: Glue fluh. 2, Il, 4. Fapital llnivcrsily, Paqn Eleven EW' Page Tweffe ,l.Xl'K Dl'RRAN'l' "Hr wax 11lf11ay.v f11'G.v1u1l." Varsity A: Fmwtlvzxll. 2. K. 4. Ohm Stale l'11iva-rsily. ICIJNA LUIIMIEYER "Why w1n'1'y' If will luzfvpvrl t1llj'TU11j'," Hzlskctlrzill, 2. 4: Krazy Kzlpcrs, 41 Girls' Ath- letic Associzitimi. 2. Si, 4. Ohio Stale' llilive-1'Sity. THELMA FAH l Ll. "S1'l1'n1'1' and mmluvly arf II11' hurl UYlHlHlL'IlfX nf womriz. ' lilee lluh, l. 2. CZ, 43 hurl lin-se1've's, 3, 4. SlllllllS liristrul. -IAVK IIUVVE "Hr flux 1111111-x' u11n11'l1'.vx 7'lr't111'.v," Class I'r1-wiclent. I: Yzirsity A: Track. 2, Ci. 4: Hi-Y. 3. 4: Swimnlingg. Zig Krazy Kam-xs, 4: Gluc Flulv. 4. Uhin Stale lliiivm-1'Si1y. I,OVVliI,l, lil'l'K "l'I'1'.r.r :ml 11 fullnlyr mm hm fur!" W'm'rIL'r1i Rt's1'1'x'L'. ANN S'l'liI.l.ll0RX Ul7l'I7Sl'l'f'l'll1I gm1l11'r1'11yf fluf1'1'r.v. H1'1's1'If 11 fmzlrvr fl1'fx'1'r." Hzisktllvzlll. -ll Krazy Kapcrs, 42 Girl Res:-rvv-. 2. 43 Girls' Allah-tic Assucizxtinm. l. 2. 41 Stale' Sclmlzirsliip 'l'1':n11. I: Suninr play. Uhiu Siam- l'11ivm'sity. MARY Al.ll'H SllAl"l"l'IR "Thr mll1l1'.rf r1111l1l11'rx 111111 H11' 111'l1fl1'.vl l11'11r't." VYc'sl jr. High. l: VY:-st High. 2: Arlington. 21 4: Yzirsily A: llzlakctlrzlll, Ii. 4: Girl llcservrs. Sig Girls' Athletic Afsucizithm, Ii, 4: Claw l'ruplu-ry, Ohiu Stahl l'niv1-i'si1y. PICRRY CLARK "nf liun 11111111111 l111l1'1'.v ix 11 muxl 1I1'1'11fIf111 Il11'l1fr." Varsity A: 'll-unis. 2, 29. 4: Hi-Y, 2. 34. 4: lxlzwy' Kapcrs. 4: Glu' Fluh, 4. Uhiu Stills l'1iiyc1'Sily. IJAYIIJ FOLKERTII "I am Ihr' Xlflastur' uf my Fair." Varsity Ag Football. 4 CMgr.5, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 LVice-Presb, Krazy Kapers, 43 Glee Cluh, -lg Student Council, l. Ohio State L'niversity. ARLENE TRIPP A merry Iirart your u lung, lang :way " I Glee Club, 4: Girl Reserves, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Association, 4: Class History, Senior play. Ohiu State University. IJONALDINE MORGAN "Har Izcurt, lzuwmwvr it bmtx, beats sincerely." South High, Youngstown, 1, 23 East High, 3 Arlington, 4. ROBERT SPANDAIT "Has this fallow im fcvliny of his businc.v.v?" Ridgefield Park High, lg Arlington High, 2, fi. 44 Basketball, 4 fltlanagerjg Track, 2, 3. 4: Glce Club, 4: Band, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Varsity A. Ohin State liniversity. NED IJUIVFEE "lfVlmt'.v in tl IIUHIQHVIH Hyde Park High, 15 Arlington High, 2, 3, 43 Ifnntliall, 3 ihlanagerjg Hi-Y, 3, 43 Varsity A. llartmouth College. JANE SIIAVVAKER "She is a 'IUUHIUII who duvs lim' men lllilllfiilfhu Class Vice-President. lg Krazy Kapers, 4: Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Leaders flass, 35 Girls' Ath- letic Association. 3, -I: Glee Club, 3, 4: Nor- wester Staff, 4 Cllake-up Eclitorjg Senior play, Torch, 4. Ohiu State University. R UTH UALTHASER "Smile all the .rmilvx you can tna'ay." Franklin junior High, 13 Arlington High, 2, 3, -lg Girl Reserves, 3. 4: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, 3, 4: Gles Club, 2, 3. Ohio State L'niversity. l!ll.i, SNYDER "lfz'r'7'ytl1,l'1zg rifniav to him who rwzitsg ff1r'7'L'f07'L'. why slmulil I l114rry."' Ili-AY, 3, 4: liancl, 35 Krazy Kapcrs, 4, Gulf, 4, Ohm State l'niversity. Page Thirteen THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF I933 History? Yes! To think that there is no more present and future to our High School life-just past! From now on. each one will be going his own way, plodding along, trying to make a success of himself. So, while we have a chance, let us see what we have accomplished. The old stand-bys of our class--Margaret llrown, Carl Palmer, Grant Crane, .lane Shawaker, .lack Howe and Homer Sayers have attended Arlington from the first grade. Our class has been exceptionally large since the third grade, when a great many first graders skipped to the third. This accounts for the fact that our class is the largest to have graduated from Arlington High! In the spring of I924, while in the third grade, we had the thrilling expe- rience of moving from the little school to the new school building, which had just been completed. The remaining years in the grades passed very quickly and we soon found ourselves in High School. As Freshmen, each section of the class elected a president and a vice-presi- dent. john Harmon and jack Howe had the honor of being the presidents: Homer Sayers and Jane Shawaker were chosen for the vice-presidentsg Ruth Knoderer and Harry Simons were our efficient secretary-treasurers during the Freshman year. ' Grant Crane was elected president of our Sophomore classg Phil Wood. vice- president, and Ruth Knoderer, secretary-treasurer for both the Sophomore and junior years. During this time, our reputation was established both athletically and scholastically. VVe made our debut into society with our Sophomore Hop, which we did consider and still do consider the best one presented in the history of the school. VVe will always remember our Junior year for the Junior-Senior with its attractive decorations, corsages. and delicious cream chickeng also, for our feel- ing of inferiority to the Seniors. Carl Palmer and Paul Millikin held the ofiices of president and vice-president respectively during our third year in High School. The officers for our Senior year were Phil XVood, presidentg VVayne Den- bow, vice-president: Margaret Kromer, secretaryg and Paul Millikin, treasurer. We were very proud of the football team, which won every game that it played. This year's team was composed mainly of Senior boys, fourteen of Whom received letters. A great many of these boys have brought honor to the school in both basketball and track. Being represented by several Seniors, the girls also had a successful season in basketball. Our Krazy Kaper Revue went off with a bang even though few appeared at the rehearsals and the revue was not organized until the last practice. The second social affair of this year was the Senior Dinner Dance, which was given on Feb- ruary 18. Although this was the first of its kind in the school's history, it was a great success, due to the untiring efforts of Paul Millikin and Phil Wood. We have yet to give our Senior-Junior and the Senior play, which undoubtedly will be the best ever. ' XVe want to thank those of the faculty who have contributed to our success, and we hope that they will soon forget our unsatisfactory conduct and will re- member instead our good points. Hard as it is to say good-bye, still we must, and draw the curtain on the last act ofour high school career. ARLENE TRIPP, MARGARET KROMER, FRANK ANDERSON. Page Fourteen ar 1 W THE SENIOR CLASS WILL Wie, the Senior Class of 1933, do solemnly declare this to be our last will and testament, and do bequeath these, our outstanding characteristics, vices and virtues, to our successors and underclassmen, this second day in June, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirty-three. Carl NYOrk Palmer leaves to Cuthbert Hayhurst that well-known walk. Homer Sayers wills his dusky complexion to Roberta O'Brien. Bill Shank wills his beguiling way to Bob Bow. Bob Thomas bestows upon Bud Mattison his Herculean physique. Phil Wfood Nwheelsn his much reputed 'lsixteen cylinder jobv to Bob Cul- bertson. Thelma Cahill wills her serene countenance to jane Benbow. Elizabeth Dale Clark bestows the right of making G. A. A. announcements upon her poor, unsuspecting successor. Betty Ewing wills her Drac pin to Kay Franks. i Julia Hamlin wills Elizabeth Martin her cheery grin. Edna Lohmeyer bestows upon any unsuspecting soul her unusual nickname Q"Tissie',j. Edith Morris wills her retiring way to jack Jackson. Jane Mylander wishes to leave her superb command of the English language to Bob Spangler. Katherine Pfening wills the job of editing the Annual to anyone who is willing to take it. Mary Margaret Radicke bequeaths her ever-waving locks to Rosemary Reed. Pat Schenk wills Mary Wall her ability to wield a lipstick. Mary Alice Shaffer gladly bestows upon Francis Pfening the right to taxi the whole squad home. Jane Shawaker wills her zest to Betty Clark. Mary K. Stukey wills her hearty guffaw to Arlene Seiler. Arlene Tripp bequeaths her petite stature to Ruth Yaw. Dorotha Smith leaves her orange and black sweater to future Arlington patriots. Lois Wuichet wills her ability to "get by without studyingl' to Paul Lanich. Paul Millikin and Anne Scott leave their ability to blush to Alf, our janitor. Carl James Aschinger wills his sense of humor to Edmund Yantes. Grant Crane bestows upon the Junior class his golden silence. Sam Devine wills to Howard Smith his well-known "bird-legs". jack Durrant leaves to Guy Cahill his intense interest in the feminine residents of Grandview. David Folkerth wills his Greek god beauty to Joe Mechem. Pat Jones bestows upon Donald Port his "heartbreaking baritone". Hugh Miller wills to Paul Best his mischievous ways. Lloyd Osborne wills his crooningf FD aspirations to Jack Watsoii. George Sargent bestows his Brawny Strength on Robert Fickell. Charles Schwenker wills his awe-inspiring brilliance to Dorothy Miller. Harry Simons leaves that devastating smile to Phil Tefft. Bill Snyder bequeaths his naive manner to Bob Bottman. Robert Spandau wills his persistence to Jim Conn. John VVarfel passes on his 'fpink and white loveliness" to john Forman. KCmztimmd on page 802 Page Fifteen SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Qlixtract from the Tri-Village Newsj ' June 15, 1955-United Press Tina UNIQUE IN PARTIES Baron Vlodivosky Simolean Von Howe, in celebration of his mar- riage to Madamoiselle Pomme de la Terre Carter, his third wife, brings forth the unique in honeymoons by chartering the steamer "Norwester" of the Anderson and Mason lines for a round the world cruise. His guest list is composed of that famous class of nineteen hundred thirty- three, the flower of the Middle VVest. Mr. L. D. Osborne, famous Danseur, who shook Broadway with his adagio dancing, will conduct the entertainment on the ship which is in charge of Captain Jones. It was a rainy, drizzling night in June. Long rows of wharf lights lit up 'the great hulk of the ship, snuggled close to the wooden pier. At the head of the gangplank stood the first mate, Mr. Durrant, calmly awaiting the arrival of the passengers. Shrouded in wet furs, Miss Donaldine Morgan, once a mere manicure girl who worked her way up to the management of one of New York's finest dress shops, minced up the gangplank to be greeted by the ever patronizing Mr. Spandau, second mate. Close upon her heels followed "Texas Tripp," the 'hard boiled night club lady, dragging by the ear her little husband, S. L. Devine, the eminent cartoonist. Slowly the guests disappeared, trunks were pitched into yawning holes, the wharf emptied. Back in a dim corner, away from the glare of lights, a feeble old man with bent body faintly called out, "Apples! Apples for a nickel! Help a starving man." His cries were so pitiful that Dr. Gillespie 'stepped over to buy an apple. "Paul Millikin !" he gasped. "Yes," trembled Paul, "the forgotten man !" The following days were gay ones. The sun shone down on the merry guests, who were talking about old times. There was but one lacking among them, Carl Palmer. "Poor boy, he died of rickets. You know he never was a very strong lad," lisped Jane Mylander, the famous actress who co-starred with Perry Clark so often. Murder! Murder! Murder! The cry resounded down the long deckways, through the large rooms. People whispered in hushed tonesg eyes rolled, sus- piciously settling on strangers. The passengers, a beehive of anxiety, centered around the nervous and startled Jane Shawaker, a stewardess. "I went in to serve her meal, and there she lay, right across the couch, dead," she said. "Betty Ewing! the star tennis champion! Why couldn't it have been someone else ?" "Stop!" bellowed a large man with a hawklike face, "I'll attend to this." "And pray tell just who are you?" sneered Captain Jones. "Carl Aschinger, the 'great detectivef' he haughtily replied. Awful silence reigned. The people had confidence in the great Aschinger. "I-Iarnmph!-the first thing I shall do is to find the names and occupations of some of you people. Who are you ?" he said, pointing to a middle aged lady, with flaming hair. "My name is Miss Pfening. I write poetry," she retorted. "And who are you P" he bellowed, looking sternly at a man with greying hair. "I, sir, am Attorney Harmon, and this is my client, Hugh Miller, accused of swindlingf' "And you!" he shouted, wheeling around and pointing an accusing finger. A dignified gentleman answered, "I resent being pointed out! My name is Mr. P. I. Wood and I am president of the National Rotarian Club." The eminent detective slipped across the deck and clapped his hand on a lady wearing a lorgnette and carrying a lap dog, saying, "Do you know who committed this murder? Who are you and your companion?" "My deah Page Sixteen man, don't you know who I am? I am Madamoiselle Lois de Pyster VVuichet. This is my companion, Miss E. D. Morrisf, answered she. Detective Aschinger, looking in the ice box for a clue, found Lowell Buck, a stowaway. Following his nose, he came to a closed door which aroused the suspicions of his keen mind. Opening the door, he was aghast at the horrible sight. There, on the coal bin sat Lohmeyer, Schenk, and Stukey, working jig-saw puzzles. Crane and Sayers, better known as "Aimless and Handy," were being supplied with an appetizing dinner by the chief chef, johnny VVarfel. Passing into the engine room the detective beheld jean Ogden and George Sargent sitting on the safety valves of the boilers. Chasing hotly after another clue, Detective Aschinger tripped over jim Tay- lor. a deck swab. and landed at the feet of Thelma Cahill and Elizabeth Clark, chorus girls from the big city. The soft tones of Simon's orchestra with Bill Shank, piccolo player, and Bob Thomas, xylophonist, aided by the wonderful crooning voice of Charles Schwen- ker, filled the dining room with romantic sweetness. In Walked the detective dis- cussing deeply with Hyp DI. Dauben, the shipls mortician, the scarcity of clues in this strange, strange murder case. Finally they sat down at one of the tables. "What can I do for you, sir ?l' said Dorotha Smith, the prettiest waitress on board ship. just as the august detective was about to answer, a red faced man, wearing his hat on the back of his head, and whistling a tune, breezed over and saluted him, saying, "Well old pal, hoW'sa boy? Got any headline stuff on that Ewing murder case ?-No?-well, that's too bad. If you get anything, don't forget your old friend, jack Devaneyf' "Don't worry, that dub won't get a thing but bruises on the nose," rejoined Ded Duffee, a professional card shark, "Say, detective, suppose you and I shutiie the dominoes a bit. We'll go into the card room." "Shhhh !" said Throckmorton Aschinger, "I think I see a clue." Stooping down, he crawled silently over to a little table in the corner, where a very matronly woman was sitting. "Did YOU murder Betty Ewing P" he whispered in her ear. "Indeedl" replied Ruth Knoderer, "you have the wrong person. I am matron of an orphans' home." "Very well, Mr. Duffee, I am tired of clues. Let us play cards," said the detective, resignedly. The combined chatter of a dozen voices greeted them from the card room. The ladies were having a bridge party. If one had wished to look in, he might have seen Margaret Brown, Bonnie Stoltz, Martha McKinney, julia Hamlin, Mary Garvin, Mildred Dillow, Mary Lou Fowler, Mary Alice Shaffer, Anne Stellhorn, Anne Turner, Mary Radicke, Evelyn Carter and Ruth llalthaser en- gaged in a most enthralling game of bridge. "Well," said Mr. Duffee, "since we can't play cards, suppose we stroll along the decks ?" Walking along in deep study, Mr. Throckmorton Aschinger viewed the min- gled scenes. On one side were Anne Scott and Lucille Cox, members of an artists' colony g on the other, Margaret Kromer, now Mrs. Sargent. Here the face of VVayne Denbow, the champion shuffle board player of the world, there, that of David F olkerth, a retired dog catcher, caught his eyes. VVas one of these the murderer? How could it be! As he walked a little farther, he saw a man, aside from the rest, muttering to himself. "Well.' said the figure, "what did she want to follow me for? Doesn't she know that if I am to be a big game hunter, I can't have her tagging around after me in the jungles? Imagine my embarrassment when I meet other big game hunters. Oh well, maybe it was for the best, though Betty wasn't bad." "Ahrumph," said Throckmorton, "You are the murderer!" Billy Snyder looked around at the detective, gave one startled scream and jumped off the boat. It need not be said that he was never seen again. Page Seventeen Page Eiqhfeen CLASS POEM Graduation day, glorious day! VVe leave but to begin A new leaf in the hook of life, To read as we rnn again. VVe leave Arlington High hehind, Our play, our work, our friends, To weave dreams anew in fields W'here achievement never ends. l3ut,each of us is leaving with Head high and a courageous heart, For we know our Class has given us Li fe's richer, fuller start. lt is not with joy and not with sorrow That we leave our school today, lint with hopeful contemplation VVe take our separate way. lfclitoi'-in-Chief. , . I-hisim-ss Mziiizigeis . Circulation Mzinzlgcrs. . . I,i1c1'zx1'y lfrlitrn' ..... .Xrt lfmlitors ..... Mako-up Ifclitors. . . Sports lfditors .... Faculty .Xclvisorsi Business, Mr. .ill Shiclaker. NORWESTER STAFF . ......... Kzltlicriiic Vfcning . . . . .john llarmfm, Carl .XSCi1il1QL'l' ...Mzirtlizi Nclifniicy, Vzuil Millikin . .......... ....... . ... ........... ....-lulia Ilumlin .,..Xmie Scott, Sum llcvinc, l.uciIlc Cox, Mmccline Miller .... . . . . .. .... . . . . . . .blanc Si12lWZliiCl', hlzmc Nlylaiiclci' . . . . Ifcl Yzmtcs. 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Vw :- if "fd'?,vffPV :ff: ,.if':,15?-V: -f lietty Alberty -lane llenbow Klztrtlmu Berlin Hob Buttman Hetty Clark Alllll Conn Holm Cullmertson Klzlry -lane livztns Robert Fiekell AIZIHLT Fisher LAZIIICI' Clrillstencl JUNICRS Bert llZlylll1I'St Xvlfgllllil llohenstine liucl Ingalls I lelen jones lXlZll'jUl'iC Kennedy Tum Kibler Helen Krruner llillll l.anieh hlzlyne l.Cntz lletty Lee Mel7eeley llorotlly Miller Herluert Klattison Yiulet lj2lI'SOIlS llonzllcl Port Arlene Seillel' jane Simmons llowzml Smith Martllzl Smith lirzmclt Tefft Dnmtlly Toclrl 'lack XYZ1tCl'Il1ZlIl hlzlelq XYZUSOI1 lifllllllllll Yzmntes Page Twenty-one JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ........ ..... M artha Louise Berlin Vice President ...... ........... I Irandt Tefft Secretary-Treasurer. . . .... Marjorie Kennedy JUNIOR DINNER DANCE May 6, 1933 MENU Fruit Cocktail Creamed 'Chicken in Patty Shells Mashed Potato Nests with New Peas - Ice Cream and Cake Demi-Tasse ISANQUET l'RoGR.xM Mr. Meyer-Toastmaster VVelcome ..... ........................ . . Prsident of the Junior Class Response. . . Miss Horst Miss Hoffman Mr. Jones Finis ..... JUNIOR-SENIOR COMM lT'l'l2ES Ffxvous AND INvi'rAT1oNs lletty Alberty, Chairman ' ' ' 'iiiegaaklit' Ak ELA 's5,1'a5f' MASQ' ' ' ' I"15e'.iJLQQaEi5nk1Sf' Lila' jQ.13iL,i'C1'aQQ ' ' Glazed Carrots Spring Salad Nuts and Candy Martha L. Berlin . . . . . .Phil VVood . . . .Brandt Tefft Jane Simmons, Helen Kromer, Betty Mclfeeley, Dorothy Miller IDINNIER DIccoRAT1oN Martha Smith, Chairman janet Fisher, Betty Clark, Paul Lanich, jim Conn, Marjorie Kennedy IJANCE DEcou.u'1oN Brandt Tefft, Chairman Dorothy Todd, Helen jones, Ed Yantes, Howard Smith, Rob Culbertson, llud Ingalls. Jack Watson, jack VVZIICCTIIIZXII, Bert Hayhurst Page Twenty-two i Page Twenfyffh ree Mary Arant Mary K. Denbow janet Harris Mary Louise Miller, Roberta O'Brien Martha Sayers Margaret Schfeckman Dorothy Slatter Betty Tumbleson jane VV ood Muriel Younger Bill Albrecht Ferris Copper Robert Erwin jack jackson Burjo Lamb john Schwartz john Sisson Dick Taylor Bill Taylor Paul Best Edward Schorr jeanne Shaffer Robert Snyder Mary L. Stephen Carmen Thirkield Eloise Turner William Young Robert Adair Betty Carter Genevieve Denbow Edward Dodd james Hayhurst Oliver Hord Frank Howe janet King Eliza-beth Martin George Miser Betty Ann Morgan Robert Nosker Dean Palmer Page Twenty-four SOPHOMORES llob BOW Bill Cahill Guy Cahill jack Dauben Robert Knoderer joe Mechem William Postlewaite Robert Spangler Philip Tefft William VVolgamott Barbara Baker lvl ary Lee Bottenhorn Sue Flick Mary Hershberger Betty Isaly Katherine McKinney Marcelline Miller Betty jane Snook Betty Thompson Shirley Tice Mary Wall FRESHMEN .Dix Reeves joseph Ryan jean Sanborn Robert Schwartz Margaret Sellers Vivien Tripp james Wilson David Worrell john Foreman Peter Albanese lmogene Albrecht Reed Allen john Brannon Eugene Durant Betty Fickell Kathleen Franks justin jones jean Love Doris Mandel Marion Port Ruth Yaw Hollis Chase Donald Clark A john Davies Lynn Doctor Campbell Graf Roger Kennedy David Latham Robert Robbins Harry Sage john Taylor Betty jane Crane Betty W. 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Y -2-5' 3 ' -.. if 2. .' if 1 ' 'HQ 6 V,. -V .Y..'-' f,,g.E'f' gpg wi, fvnfylglgg-9: W . f'fTf'f-V31 ff. ' 1 'FN :QE-W 1' " ' V11 -' 1, ' -iv ' fre' 1. ,-V., gf...w.- V1 - V-- A , pf ' - ' , 'f.,g,15',",4.V:wiV-w ,.f?'y,V L: 1.31-'2 f - 1, Q", .3vf,-1.45-" 5' ' " ' :Aj Q uf.. 7 ,. V .T.. . ,W ,K S-Q..:,1,, . L - ADVICE FROM THE ANNUAL STAFF To UNDERCLASSMEN Once upon a time there were two bright, speckled frogs. One's name was Hup and the other's Lup. Now these little frogs were very fond of sitting in the cool damp shades of the creamery. One day while they were sitting, enjoy- ing the moist damp, Hup challenged Lup to a jumping contest. While jumping frantically about, each landed in a great cream tub. Hup was very discouraged and began to croak, "fill Croak! I'll Croak!" and he did. Lup was not so easily disconcerted and he said, "I'll strugglelq I'll struggle! I'lI struggle!" The next morning the clairyman came. ln the bottom of one tub he found a little dead frogg in the other he saw Lup, sitting on a pad of butter. t Keep kicking! Some day you'll come out on top. Page Twenty-five WWW Harriet Adair .Xlartha Crane -lane Flick Beverly Gabrio Dorothy Hohenstine jane Kinney Mary Lewis Carolyn Mylander Betty Reeves Lucille Risely Pricilla Sage Birdie Schmidt Kathleen Tice XVilliam Dauben Charles Dressel Richard Evans John Garvin Theodore Held John Hoagland John Kelley Justine Carmack Mary E. Jackson lane Durrant Buddy Greer Fredericlc Thirkield Susan Fraher junior Miller Gordon Miller ,lanice Simons XVebster Sage Joseph Anstaett Richard Best Samuel Clark ' Charles Dawby Robert Eckert john Graf XV alter Isaly David Love EIGHTH GRADE James Lemley Ralph Martin Harold McBride William Nosker Bruce Osborn Richard Reisenberger Ben Shipley Richard Spangler Donald W'illiams james Yaw 'Iohn Younger Mary K. llalthaser Donna Lee Brown Ruth Cox Helen Louise Drayer Betty Irwin Evelyn Majeau Ann Millholland Mary Helen O'Day Edna Scott SEVENTH GRADE Silas Mathews lVilliam Nowe Fred Rainey Richard Raymond lVesley Shaffer Robert Slatter Harold Smith Allen VViley Louise Bath Nancy Cash Margaret Jane Dittmer June Durrant Janice Hagerty Virginia Harvey Dorothy Kromer Shirley Overbeck Betty Tobin Judith Wardlow Ruth Smith Jean Stiverson Ralph Aschinger Harrison Berlin NVilber Chase Kenneth Cross Edwin Granger Earl Gray James Hall Robert Howe ,John Miser William Moore james Pitcher Ralph Sanborn George Schwartz Paul Seekins John Seidel Carvel Tefft Fergus Theibert George Trautman Betty VViltberger Patricia Worrell Betty Rinerson Adele Secendorf Earl W iggens William West Goebel Heusch Byron Buck June Knowlton Wallace Hayhurst Robert Rarey Peter Hershberger Vivian Slater Sarah Dodd Carolyn Cobourn' C Lorraine Van Ostrand George Grimstead Barbara Lucas Page Twenty-seven . 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Dick Barr Peter Held Dick Ice llill Kerr VVilliam Kiefer - Robert McKay Hobart Munsell Dean Postle Geddy Smith Billy Vlfiltberger John Zartman Patty Ann Adkinson Marilyn Bath Gloria Beckman Pauline Blackwell Joan DeLong Marilyn Gardner , Carolyn Guard Bob Anstaett Shannon Fergus Jack Gray Frank Jarvis Bill Knoderer Dick Lorey Bob Murphy George McClure Bill Smith Jay Tripp Jimmy Wilce Shirley Arthur Rita Jeanne Brown FOURTH GRADE TEACHERS-Miss Stewart, Miss Cooper, Miss Shatler Cordelia Hayes Joan Jackson Barbara Shain Dorothy Starr Irene VViIliams Dean Axene Jimmy Baynes Keith Johnson Billy Krause Dick Matchett Andrew Scott Paul Selby Bobby Snouffer Junior Steele Bobby Yaw Virginia Beard Virginia Dowdy Caroline Fisher Metta Herbert Ellen Jones Sarah Joseph Dorothy ,McCollister Miriam Mclntosh Gloria Martin Peggy Moffett Lois Pike Joanne Snowiberg Joan Under'hill Rudolph Bard Billy Crawmer Malcolm Dodge Jimmy Harmon Billy Holderle Buddyf Huffman K Earl 'Islay FIFTH GRADE TEACHERS-M-lSS Ricketts, Miss Schneider Joy Fitz-Henry Harriett Foreman Marion Grinstead Doris Huffman Patty Kinney Kathleen Lucas Marcia Overbeck Jane Shain Marilyn S-hupe Myrna Smith Joyce Teli't Mary Ann White Jimmy .-xndresvs Bob Barok Jim -'Courtney Dan 'Dupler wiuis Filller Dick Folk Cub Gardiner ' Bob Grimsrud Bob Grinstead Bob Hamlin Francis Held Bob Maynard Charles Reading SIXTH GRADE TEACHERS-MFS. VVorkman, Miss Symons, iMr. Owen Heusch Guy Peterson Robert Reed Peter Sayers Homer Seltzer John Schmidt Tom Wilson Julia Alice Benbow Virginia Cunningham Jane Harvey Jane Lea Fergus Joan Hohenstine Marilyn Johnson Barbara Miller Florence Parker Laura Lee Pfening Marjorie Sanborn Helen Tefft Ruth Winders Mary Clackford Frances Arant Bruce Wiggins John Wilce Abram Rinearson Teddy Miller Arthur Moore Raymond Hoddy Foster Franks Jack Folkerth Jack Burrell Bill Bohannan Ross Allen Harriett Barnes Marjorie Garvin Patricia Robbins Susan Stoltz Helen Tyler Lana Sanor Barbara Stellhorn Kenneth Morgan John 'Chamberlin VVallace Evans ' Fred Hall Buddy Jaeger X David Kimmel T - Edmund Loose . John O'Brein Edwin Sampson B'illie Schorr Jack Schwartz Mary Louise HutchinsonJack Sellers Amy Leanord Tom Wuichet Davi Billy Leonard VVayne Rittenhouse John VVismar Nadine DeVVitt Maryanne Fisher Nancy Grover Margery Howe Dorothy Keig Nancy Kerr Genevieve Leonard Gloris McDonald Jane Palmer Beatrice Sampson Dorothy Staggs , Barbara Shipley Ralph Tyler tNancy Wood Edwin Shaffer Bob Worrell Patty Gardiner Betty Grover Nancy Howe Barbara King ' Marjorie Meuser Dorothy O'Day Betty Nell Sanor Mary June Schwartz Mary Jean Tice Eugene Millikin S Ernestine Althoff Helen Bloss Marian Burdorf Jean Davis Mildred Dawson Jane Ferguson Hazel Ann Fitz7Henry Jean Hershbergerlg Miriam Loose L ' Nancy Martin Mary Ellen Weaver Rosemary Yontz Don 'Casto Robert Gibson Bob Deaton James Erwin Carr Grossman Page Twenty-nine E E E 'YM' H Polly Means Sally Miller Harriet Morris Joanne Parker Sally Lou Parker Peggy Parker Eileen Stutzman Bobby Betts Danny Carmack Jack Carruthers Billy Collins Jimmie Crane Eddie Elford Bod Fidler Warren Ferris Edwin Hamilton Tom Brown -s Dickie Davis Louis Halley Robert Nowe Jimmie O'Day Keith 'Robinson Tom Sheridan Miller Toombs Melville Wohrley Jack Woodruff Joyce Baltzell Cora Jane Baxter Shirley Blackwell Doris Dodson Eleanor Eckert Mary Alice Hall Betty Marker William Best James Betts Jane Chappeler Dick Coburn Charles Knowlton George Liles Henry Miller Dick Redding John Sanborn Dickie Schwartz - Fred Slager Lloyd Stout Jimmy Wiltberger Nancy Bottman Mary Jane Charles Marilyn Graf Alice Haworth Martha Jane Leifeld FIRST GRADE TEACHERS-Miss Wurster, Miss Shedan George Krieger Charles Lewis Bob Masters Russel Means Bill Mesmer Margaret Ann Cherry David Dunifon Nancy Evans Pamela Geohagan Betsy Grossman Joan Peterson Mary Pollard Mary Alice Sanborn Joy Schmidt John Best Lawrence Doctor SECOND Richard Du Plessis Marian 'Harlan David Johnson . Jack Leifeld Theodore Merrill Bruce Mattison Charles O'Brien Richard Odebrecht Robert Overton Robert Purdum Billy Sbepler Paul Smith Raymond Smith ' Robert Steele lgichard Taggart 'harlotte Arant GRADE TEACHERS-Miss Shiftiet, Miss Whitmer, Miss Johnson Madelaine Means Audrey Merkle Hazel McKinnon Jean Moffett Joan Rinker Elizabeth Ann Smith Susan Jane VVeaver Robert Blackford VVilson Bodenhamer Dan Disher Nelson 'French Luke Green Jack Hood Jackie Knight VVilliam Mueller Frederic Pfening Blaine Sickles ' N Judson VVilliams Nancy Ann Casto Nancy Ann Ewing Gloria Gillivan Betty Ketchum Alice Parker ' Jo-Auda Saxby l Emmy Lou Siebert ii Phyllis Spangler Roberta Stoltz Norma Jean Sweps Bailey Adair Gordon Buck George Curtice ' John Fauber Harry Postle Dicky Seibert THIRD GRADE TEACHPIRS-MlSS Bailey, Miss Lawyer, Miss S Virginia O"B'rien Betty Jane Seltzer Ruth Schenk i. John Setzer Mary Jo Smith V Robert Grennan C Phyllis 'Collescott Robert Bigelow Billy Hall Danny 'Herbert Bobby Mason Bob Mesmer Bob Miller Samuel Moore James Schuler 'Curtis Sohl Jack Stukey Billy Tow Velle Anita Albanese Annetta Albanese Marjorie Fauber Jane Hamlin Marilyn Heiss Betty F itzHenry Mary Lou Kennedy Evelyn Means Constance Park Marion Taylor Virginia Underhill Jane'Albery A J I Marjorie Almy ' Joan Barcroft Edward Binder John Bolen Jacqueline Bowen Barbara Courtney ton mith Margaret Bennett Nancy Lou Briggs Virginia Carter Sally Lou 'Charles Nellie Alice Stevens Mary Louise VValker Janet Bailey Nancy Lou Baker Mari-a Britt, Jane Campbell Mary Campbell Mary Dumba-uld Ann Fulton Martha Ann Hobart Katherine Joseph Phyllis Lorey ,a ' Margaret Anne Rittenhollgf Billy Seibert 5 Tracy Thompson Danny Yaw j Lillian Brush Betty Graham Julia Gardiner Marjorie Harris Barbara lce Martha Jean ,Irwin Patricia Leonard Peggy Matchett Marjorie'-,Rardon Loraine Schuler Priscilla Smith Nancy Wilcox - Joan Beard L Barbara Courtney Marilyn Darnell Billy Davidson Jonn DeVV'itt Joan,x'Galbreath Patty Harshman Christine Holderle Warreni Jones . George Landis Martha Jane Morris David Putman Billy Schleckman , Imogene Seiller Richard Shank f William Somers Catherine Ann Sullivan Rosanne Wilce Page Thirty-one ' f f f',4,lIA, f 1 4 lg I if .f ' bfi if U 0 m if ff- ATIIHIFGDGLBJIRAIIIOHS L5 OPMA' E A 1 I U , F? Pa aa w Qwa QW f iw ' ' 7Z2 ' 'SEQ 4 ' 5: Awe OQQLW gwfg JV IX! e i - o - ' 5 6 ' EH' x , 31' l . 575: 0,...,,LQ, Mm Q 4 , L X ' 4 , ' ,. - 2 9 :f 4 K V' . Q ,3 ,1,1 X 4 Q. xg." A N' . , U i., M ll Y . Z ' ' 1 X - Dzvmz ,, ja if A ?. fi my Page Thirty-four FOOTBALL SEASON Our opening game was Westerville, The boys were out to win, And to the tune of forty-nothing, XYe ushered the season in. XVe were worried over London, But our hopes began to soar VVhen Sayers snared a punt, And ran it for a score. Grove City a11d Gahanna, NVe whitewashed both those teams. And everyone was saying, "There's no stopping us, it seems li' The following week came Worthington, And with them rain and slush. But alas, for poor old Worthington, NVe ground them into mush. Saint Charles could not stop us. Not a touchdown did they make, So "Larks" took out the first team, And gave the scrubs a break. Then came our rival, Grandviewg If they'd beat us, we'd have died, But Denbow smeared their right guard And tallied for our side. And then along came Bexley, Our final, crucial game. They taught us some zoology, That lions aren't so tame. They led us by a single point 3 Our rooters shook with dread, But "Powerhouse" Palmer ripped the line To put us up ahead. XVe won that game from Bexley, It was a sight to seeg For we came through with Hying colors As "Champs of thc Little Three." -RICHARD TAYLOR I ri U. F. THE FOOTBALL TEAM An undefeated team-an untied team-a team that scored 261 points to their opponents' 3-a team that made an average of I4 first downs a game against their opponents' 3-a team that advanced the ball over 3000 yards while their opponents were gaining 600-a team that won the championship of the Little 'l'hree-was the Upper Arlington team of 1932. .-.1-Wi...- lYhen a squad of about fifty boys turned out for football early in the season, the outlook was doubtful. The squad was composed of a number of seniors, sev- eral juniors, and a host of up and coming sophomores. After having boiled the squad down to three teams and a number of players, the coach found that he lacked only one end to have a veteran team. This position was finally filled by Reed. Therefore, the starting line-up for the first game and for the rest of the season had Reed and Mason at the end positions, Cahill and Sayers at tackle, Crane and jones at guardg Sargent at centerg Denbow and Tefft at halfg Palmer at fullback position, and Devaney at quarterback. This team started the season by trimming lVesterville 40-0. Still doubtful, they trounced a weak Grove- port team 36-6. That score against Arlington was the only one until the Bexley game. They next beat a fast London aggregation I4-O. By this time we began to realize that the team wasn't so bad. The next game was hard-fought, but before the Grove City players left they realized that they had faced a better team than they were. The score was I4-O. The next Friday saw Gahanna safely out of the way, IQ-O. Then the coach was able to use every player on the squad in a mud battle against VYorthington, which ended 48-O. XVith both the Grandview and Bex- ley teams as spectators, St. Charles was annihilated to the tune of 64-O. Fortunately both the Grandview and llexley teams left before the half. By this time outsiders had begun to take an interest in the games of the so far undefeated Arlington team. Out for revenge for last year's de- feat. the team went down to Grand- view on a beautiful day in the middle of November and completely routed the supposedly good Grandview team. In this contest Arlington got I4 first downs to 1 for Grandview, and by rushing ran up 265 yards for the home team and 42 for the opponents. Then came the real test-Bexley. No Ar- lington team had ever beaten a Bexley team. Neither had they ever won a Little Three championship. Here was their chance! The day was cold, wet. and made worse by a mixture of snow and sleet. The field was muddy. But nothing was able to stop that Arling- ton gang. After two thrilling hours they came off the Held tired, wet, but extremely happy victors. The final score was I3-7. Six Arlington players were chosen by the Columbus Journal-Dispatch as members of the mythical Little Three Team. The selection was as follows: Mason fArlingtonj, L. E. Christian CBexleyj, L. T. Montgomery QGrandviewj, L. G. Sargent QArlingtonj, Center. .Tones CAr1ingtonj, R. G. Sayers CArlingtonj, R. T. Tudor fBexleyj, R. E. Severs fGrandviewj, Q. B. Denbow fArlingtonj, L. H. M. Stark fBexleyj, R. H. Palmer QArlingtonj, F. B. fC0?lfiIlZlL'd on page 73? Page Thirty five THE BASKETBALL BANQUET On the night of March 25th, at six-thirty o'clock, Arlington again staged a very lovely dinner-dance, given in honor of the basketball squads. Only by the untiring efforts of the mothers twith all due regard to the dadsj, who put the dinner at a minimum cost, was the affair at all possible. Y0u've heard of the depression l Mr. Palmer, father of our prominent captain, Carl, presided very cleverly as toastmaster. He first presented Miss Kaiser, who regaled us with her witty "Remember When ?',, recalling most of the funny incidents of the various games. After the awarding of letters to Betty Ewing, Doris Mandel, Virginia Hohen- stine, Dorothy Todd, Martha Berlin and Mary Alice Shaffer, the captain, Betty Ewing, said a few words expressing her appreciation of the loyalty and coopera- tion of the team throughout the year, and presented Miss Kaiser with a beautiful corsage from the team. The musical program of the evening was presented by Mr. D. Hayden Evans, whose pleasing baritone voice is always welcomed. Accompanied by Mrs. Evans, he sang two numbers and an encore. The cheerleaders next had us yelling ourselves hoarse in an einfort to win for themselves the duet ?j honor of their letters. Mr. jackson awarded these to Mary Garvin, Donald Port, and Mary Jane llenbow. Our good friend and fellow-townsman, "Larks," then faced the crowd and confessed the truth about the obvious success of the season. lt was his duty to- award the much deserved letters to Carl Palmer, Wayne Denbow, Jack Devaney, Joe Mason, joe Mechem, Harry Simons, and Brandt Tefft, who rose, but, un-W accustomed as they were to public speaking, sat down again. Since there were only two junior letter-men, one of whom is football captain- elect and the other about to leave us, it was decided that the selection of captain would be put off until next year, or that the coach would appoint a captain for- each game and an honorary captain at the end of the season. THE "VICTORY" DINNER DANCE As everything at Arlington was different this year, the usual "Football Ban- quet" was supplanted by a "Victory Dinner Dance" arranged and sponsored by' the parents at the First Community Church. It was a huge success, the squad showing more enthusiasm than they did at any other gathering all year. Enter- tainment was provided by a male quartette, composed of Devine, Reed, Denbow, and Sargent, and a vocal trio composed of Anne Turner, Ruth Knoderer and Betty McFeeley. Superintendent J. W. jones acted as toastmaster. Head Coach Sam S. Willaman of O. S. U., as the guest speaker, delivered the chief talk of the evening. Captain Lew Hinchman of the 1932 Ohio State team sat at the speakers' table with Sid Gillman and Joe Gailus, captains-elect of the 1933 Ohio State team, however, none of them had anything to do but eat a big dinner, take a bow when introduced, and sign autographs. After the "Letters" had been awarded by Coach Larkin and the gold footballs by Dr. Wilce, "Charlie" Tefft was announced captain-elect of next year's team. Captain Grant 'Crane then gave' a short talk. llNe'll be waiting for that promised talk from Tefft next yearj- After this the dinner broke Llp, and we all went up to the cleverly decorated school gym where a dance ended the evening's entertainment. Page Thirty-six is 'iv-1, la Ns fi-, GIRLS' BASKETBALL CJUR INQUIRING REPORTER Question: What basketball game of the season did you enjoy the most? Answers: Varsity girls of the Squad. Place: Arlington High School. Betty Ewing-Forward, Captain: "Grandview was THE game of the season. Fast furious playing and smooth floorwork, especially in the center section, helped to pile up the overwhelming score of 57 to II. Our morale, too, which had been so sadly crushed by last year's defeat, was strengthened by the realization that we had a fairly decent team after all." Doris Mandel--Forward : "I liked the Canal VVinchester game. Those poor, bewildered things played with such stunned looks of astonishment as we started to score on them with one basket after another, that we felt like we were being quite cruel. The guard section was their Waterloo and when Shaffer and Berlin got busy, they were completely stumped." jinny Hohenstine-Jumping Center: "I enjoyed our first game away, at Gahanna. It's always loads of fun to go on the bus, with everybody screaming at the top of his lungs, and the locker room chorus in one corner attempting to hit the right notes on 'Show Me the Way to Go Home.' It's a wonder Miss Kaiser and Mr. Larkin didn't decide to end it all in a vacant lot, after trying to keep some kind of order on the way homef, Dot Todd-Side Center: , "The Worthington girls put up a plucky light, under the leadership of Betty Callancl, a former Arlington student, but under the driving onslaught of Mandel and Ewing, who were rolling up a huge score, they could only gasp and fumble the ball again." Mary Alice Shaffer-Guard: "The last game was Reynoldsburg, played here, with a lot of sloppy team- work. Since it was the last game, Miss Kaiser put in all the bench-warmers who weren't quite so careful, as'they should have been, about letting their opponents score on them. They lost their equilibrium, with the forwards diving under their feet, but they Hnally pulled out with a 56 to I8 score." Bunny Berlin-Guard: "Groveport is usually a big game. and I mean big, with that Sax girl monopo- lizing' the whole center section. Practically all the guards 'petered outi, with the exception of Martha Sayers, who did splendidly in an attempt to follow her opponent around. The Floor was so small and the players so large that we really had very little chance, but the whole team played well under the circumstances." Page Thirty-eight + PORTRAIT OF A MAN TALKING TO HIMSELF AS THE BASKETBALL SEASON PROGRESSED .... NVonder what kind of basketball team we'll have this year .... Lot of good material .... l'Ve lost only Smith and Gramling last year .... NVe'll soon find out if good football players make good basketball men .... I hope they do .... They play Hamilton Township tomorrow .... Should beat them .... We'll line up with Mechem and Mason, forwards, Simons, center, Palmer or Denbow, Tefft or Devaney at the guard positions .... Well! Hamilton Township must have a very good team! We sort of finished at the wrong end of that game .... just overconfident .... I was right, because we beat VVorthington badly. Yes, and Grove City too .... Uuch! VV:-is that Alumni good? 46-26 .... Just a little worried nowg Canal XYinchester isnlt soft .... That hurt! just 43-26 in their favor .... Uh well, we'll beat llexleyg they've a terrible team .... I was wrong again. The fellows must have been sick .... Dayton Fairview was the next butcher and could they slaughter! . . . Wfell, we're surely going to beat Hilliards, I hope .... They didn't beat us QMUCHJ .... I hate to say it, but I think Grandview is going to beat us ..... After looking over the records of the two teams, l'm almost sure of it .... But--the team may wake up. You never can tell .... The score was tied at the end of the third quarter but the hnal check-up showed .42-30, their favor .... We seem to be getting used to it .... Even let Gahanna beat us .... The team sure can take it .... NVell, we won another game, from Reynoldsburg this time .... That makes the third one this season ,... W'e'll just forget the other nine .... Of course this ends the regular season, but we've a tournament to win yet .... Oh well, it would have been hard work and a strain on our nerves to have remained in that tourna- ment .... Anyway, we almost won our first game .... The trouble with the team was that all the players were stars before they started .... llut they were football stars .... They started out the basketball season thinking that they could win on their reputations .... lVhen they finally woke up, it was too late .... We still don't know whether good football players make good basketball players ..,. Guess l'll just forget the basketball season and remember this year for its football .... VVonder what kind of team we'll have next year .... Bovs' l3AsKETBA1.L SCORES Hamilton Township .... ........ 2 6 Arlington . . . . . 23 Worthington ....... . . . I4 Arlington . . . . . 43 Grove City ........ . . . 20 Arlington . . . . . 24 Alumni ............ . . . 46 Arlington . . . . . 26 Canal Winchester .... . . . 43 Arlington . . . . . 26 Bexley ............ . . . 22 Arlington . . . . . IQ firoveport ....... . . . 24 Arlington . . . . . I4 Dayton Fairview . , . . . . 35 Arlington . . . . . IQ Hilliards ........ . 25 Arlington . . . . . 22 Grandview ..... . . . 42 Arlington . . . . . 30 Gahanna ....... . . . 31 Arlington . . . . . 20 Reynoldsburg . . . . . . I4 Arlington . . . . . 28 Page Forty I QR Q:-Lg 5' TRACK First Row :-Wood, XYaterman, Devine, jones, Howe, Thomas, Port, Denhow. Second Rovvii.-Xnclerson, 1Manag'erJg Klillikin, Devaney, Crane, Tefft, Smith, Copper, XYarfel, Mr. l.arkins, tfoachb. Third Row:-qXllel1, lf. Howe, Taylor, Mason, Sargent, Culbertson, Miser, Another great Arlington team stepped to the front, this time in the Ohio llesleyan Relays, where they proved themselves to he the outstanding Class "ll" track team in Ohio. ln their first meet of the season they were set hack hy West. hut rallied strongly to walk away in a triple meet with liroveport and Liztlizninzt, Their crowning' zichievement was the capture of the District Chzunpionship :xt Dennison. The hziclihone of the team this year is the same group of seniors who mzidc up that wonderful foothall team, with Z1 couple of juniors thrown in to hztlnnce it. As the season is not yet over, we are looking forward optimisticzilly to the meet with iirzlndviexv :md liexley, which ive, of course, expect to win. 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Lewis ..................lz1clc Graf, Cumlyii L'ulmunrn .lznic Klylziiicler, .lulin llznnlin, Klilmlrcrl liillmx' Y l:.XL'l'I.'l'Y lnuim Nliss llurst Bliss lung Miss Sliiflzilqcr Miss l.cxx'is Page Forly-six GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Iiirst Row 1-Shawakcr, Simmons, Stcllhorn, Fisher, I.cntz, Turner, Jones, Iiwing, Ugclen, Bliss Iiaiser, Slatter. Ilanilin, Iirown. M. McKinney, Ii, Clark, Ii, Pfening, M. I.. Miller. Seeoncl Row I7l.2iI'gC, Reed, Smith, Kennedy, Iivans, Tripp, Garvin, Scott, K. Klcliinney. Ilottenhorn SCIIICCIQIIIZIII' lsaly, Thompson, Flick, XYall. Grinstcarl. Thircl Rowzvrliodrl, Mandel, Ifranks, Hoagland, J. Carter, Lohnieyer, Il, Kromcr, Hal! thaser, II. Clark, M. Iiromer, H. XV. Crane, Tumbleson, Tice, Arant.. Fourth Row:AlI. J. Crane. Wvoocl, H. Pfening, Yihher, Alherty, M. Miller, Schenk, Stnkey. li, Carter, Mclfeely. F. Miller. Younger, KI. Denhow. Oclehreeh liiith Row I-XvZ1I.Y, II-crlin, Snook, Shaffer, F. Pfening, Hohenstine, Hcrshbcrgcr, Knoxl- erer, llenhow, Sayers. Due to the inlinence of the Girls' ,Xthletic ,Xssociation the interest ancl en- thusiasm for all sports have heen greatly increased cluring the past year. The presiding ollicers of this group were: ,lean Ogclen, I'resiflent. Betty Ewing. Yice- I'resitlent. Helen Iones. Secretary, Ilorothy Slattcr, 'l'reasurer, and Miss Kaiser, Faculty .Xclvisoii i. 7 i The slogan, 'ZX Girl for livery Sport: .X Sport for livery Girl," has proyecl very successful. The activities this year inelurlerl: tennis, golf. hiking, hicycling, swimming, horsehaek ricling, haskethall, hasehall, speerlhall. ancl volley hall. The All-I'Iigh teams. chosen hy the heacls of sports with the assistance of Miss Kaiser, were awarclecl numerals at the annual hancluet on Nay grml. 'Ilhe fall activities were speeilhall anal tennis. Iluring the winter haskethall was the main sport and niany exciting games were playecl. The spring scheclnle inclucleil hoth incliyiclual ancl team sports. Next year the Ci. .X. AX. is Jlanninff a new urolfrain, which will mroye even . H as more interesting ancl exciting than the one of the past year. The 'r'rY Iiwi xo. Page Forty-seven II. THE GIRL RESERVES Ifirst Iimv:-If. Clark, BI. Nlillcr, Ifislicr, Miss Imng, Iirown, K. Pfuniiig, Kcniicfly, B. Ulzirk, NI. Iii-immcr, IIQKICII, II. Iirumcr. Second Row.-Ilillow, Tripp, Garvin, Beubow, D. Miller, Timlhlcsmm, Sclileckmau. Islay. XY:1ll, XX'11icl1ct, Ii. J. LQTZIIIC, 'I'I1ii'cI limi' 1-Stclllumrn, VI. k'zn'tn'r, Yilihcr, Smmk, Hcrslilwrgcr, 'I'l1lm111psmi, Flick, Tier. M. Millcr. .Xrzmt. Ifwurtli limit -ffllricil, XI. Smith, Cox, Ifwiilg, Sllilll-UT, Ii. Carter, M. NIL'Ki1111ey, Slizmzikc-r. Nlylzimlcr. . Ilming llimii sm-vuiul yl'1lI', ilu- Girl IQcsc'1'x'L's Imvc p1'ug1'cssc'cI rzlpiflly unrlvi' Ilic lc-zulcrsliilm of Miss Imig-111111 Miss I.cwis. , 'I'Iu- fiirl Iiufn-rws, :Hung with the Ili-Y, ZICCIIIIIIIIISIIUIIIZI gm-:lt rlezll in social sc-i'vin'c wm'I4 Ili' crmllrctilig fnurl :mil clothing :Lt 'IQIIZIIIIQSQIVIIIQ :mil LlIIl'I?4lIIlZlS. Ilivy cfmtrilmtwl lwciity-1li1'L-c rlullzirs to lllc Cmnimiiiity Ifuiicl. .X clmm-1' 111 tlic early I:1'I zmrl 21 Curl Iicscrvu II1-N alzmrc in I'cImi'u:11'y wi-rc Illc social Iuuctiuns uf the your. Ilolmlmy QTUIIIIS xx'0i'c fcwim-QI :mtl many illtercstiug gzntlicriiigs lu-Irl. Ulilica-rs :mil Lfzllmiiict nicililncrs this yczn' wcrv: Nzu'g:u'ct Iiroxvu, I'1'n-sirleilti IQIIIIICYIIIC I'fc-iiiiig, Yicc-I'l'csirlci1t: IIQIM1 Ifromcr, VIiI'CZlSlII'Cl'1 NIZIITCIIIIIC Miller, SCL'l'K'IIlI'j'1 NI:1i'jm'ii- Iicum-fly, I'i'ugrmu CIiziii'111:1113 ,Ia-:in flgclcn, IXICIIIIJCI'-ills I.:11'iq'c: NIIlI'QIlI'l'I Iirmncr, Social RIIHIIFIIIZIIIL .Izmct Ifislicr, Service Clizzirmzmg llc-tty f,lI1lI'Ii, Klusic Rllliliflllllll, amd Iilizzzlmcth Clzirlx, Vulmlicity filIIlIl'lHZl1I. ICi.izA1uc'1'il CI..-xiuc. Paqc ForIy ciqlwl THE H1-Y 1'41l'r1 1Q11w1-XX':11111'1111111, 1.11111111f. 1J1111'115, 5111111111 1"111k11r111. fir1111st111111, 1111w1'. 11. 311211119 '1ih1111111s. S1-11111111 Row:-B1111114111, L4111111. 1'. f1?ll'1i, gXs1'11i11g111', 1X111s1111, Sayers, 17cx'i1111 , Cl'Zil1L', 11. '1'ct'1't. Th11'11 R11w3-1ii111111'. Smith. T11y111r. f1S111lI'11L', Xlr. C111'111s, 11. TQIT1. VV111111, C11111111'1s1111, N11111is1111. T1111 11i111'11rs 111 11111 11ifY w111'1- 1111111111' S11y111's. 11r11si11Q11tg 13111111 F111111111111, 11111-111'11s111111113 11111 S11Illl1i, SC'L'I'C1ZlI'f', 111111 1131111 111110111213-3, tr1111s111'111'. The 111'11x'111cs 111 11111 L1,'Cll1' w111'11 11c1g1111 with the 11111111111 11111111w111111 L111'111v:11, which w11s El huge s111'1'1-ss. Next 1'11111e thc T11Il111iSg1V111g gifts 111 1111111 111111 1'111t11111g, ft1r111s11C11 111 g'c11111'1,1t1s 11111111t11i11s 111' 11111 111111111 s1'h11111 111111 111'11s111111111 111 thc 1111111111 1111111111: After t11is 21 1'12l111Cl'S' 111111 S1111s' 1111111111c1 w11s g1x'1111, f111111w1111 111' the 1111111111 1111111111011 111 11111 11cw 1111111111111's. The 1111110 L'111'is111111s gifts 1'111111111sc11 111 111111- 11111s, f111111, 1'111t11i11g'. 111111 111ys werc given 111 11111 1.6111111111 4Xvc1111c 5111111111 which w11s S?lC11y 111 1111611 111 11111111 11,1 111111 t111111. AX 1111111 111111111 wi111 the 11111 1Q11s111'x'11s YYZIS 1111111 111 11111 11t11u g'y111. T11is c11111111e11111 the XCIIIJS 111't1x'i 1111s. S11ve1'111 w111't11-w11i111 t1111as hy 1111111 11f this c111111111111ity 111111 tw11 c111111'iI1t1- t11111s, 111111 111 thc 3111111111111 .1Xr111x' 111111 the 11111111' 111 the VV111111 131'1111111111111111 01'- g:1111z111i1111, 111111111 t11is '111111' Il very 1101111111 211111 s11c1'11ssf111 11111 Dx V111 1f111.1q1i11'1'11. 136119 Foffy nine THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB lfirst Row:-P. Clark. Sllllllli, llllfllllbll, Sargent, Howe, Devine, Nl2lfllSUll, XYarl'cl, St-w11fl Rnw:-li. Spzmlaii. Stamin, Sclwnk. Alllalwsv. lil'2lIN1Ul1. :Xllun, Jmws. 'l'l1i1-il Ruw:-Ifolkcrtli, Conn, R. Slbklllflllll, 1J0lllDOW. Sllllllllg l,21llllCI', Crane, Purt, lfur- lllilll. gxltllllllgfll this was thc lirst yczu' for the lloys' Cilcc Club, it assisted in three lDl'OQ,'I'llT11S. The lilac Club sung in Krazy Kapcrs. :X quzlrtettc, nuule up of boys fronl thc iilcc Club sung for the football bzuiquct. ,X very llll1'l'0Stl11g' 1Jl'0Ql'Zl!ll was given for thc l'Z1l'Cl1l-TCZ1Cl1Cl'S .fXssociz1tio11 on the tenth of April. The club was coinposccl of twcilty-fo111' mcnibcrs and was ably clircctcd by Mrs. 1-1. K. Davis. Blu, Sn,xN14. Page Filly THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row 1-B. NY. Crane M. Miller, H. Young, Arant, D. Young, VVall, Mrs. Davis, Large, Reed, Cirinstead, B. J. Crane, Vibber, Bl. Denbovv. Second Row:-Grimsrud. Tripp, Garvin, B. Carter, Mclfeelty, G. Denbuw, Stephan. Shawaker, King, Snouffer, Port, Harris. 'l'hid Row:-Fisher, M. Miller, M. Smith, B. Clark, Benbow, D. Miller, Morgan, Sage, Thirkield, Fickell, Hoagland, Shook. Fourth Row :-lslay, Baker, Yaw, Knoderer, E. Clark, Hiohenstine, Cahill, Martin, M. Kromer, Brown, Ogdtn. Cncler the supervision of a most capable leader, Mrs. Davis, the Girls' Glue Club has made rapid progress. Twenty-four members were added this year, making a total of fifty. The Glee Club presented a program on the twenty-hrst of April, which showed the evolution of vocal music from its primitive form, the folk song, to the songs of the contemporary composers, Elgar and Block. Although so many of the girls graduate this year. there will be others to take their places and continue the Glee Club until it shall have become one of the liner traditions of Arlington High School. TIIELMA CAHILL. Page Fifty-'one BOY SCO UTS lwxwl Huw: lxzxllugx, XX1ll1zm1s, Xamtcs, IXL'IlIll'flj', 5lI1lUIlS, XIV. 1,z1lh1'vutI1 lbwmt X1zxstu3 lmv, rl. Nliwr, l'itcYu'r, Sllilfwf-01', livkcrt, Rivsc11Iw1'gc1'. SUUIIIKI IQ-rw:MS:u11lIuu'n, lIfmgl:111rl, Xlillcr, Xuwu, Slilllllll, IX, KZlfINUl1lI, Lf fsfllf, Um pu, llzlll, Ifruy, I,I'k'ihl'l, XYLM, .'XU1I'n'n'l1t llczltwll. 'l'Z1i1'1l Rmx: 'I1l'IlllIHl11Il. lllllfk. llmlrl, IIl'l'5IllWI'gt'l', IZA vliiljlllf, Nlilflill, R. Iliiljllll XI11fn'v. Al. infill XXu1'1'cH I l'1vlur ll Rwxlmmml , , 4 . . 4 . Imam' L1mxll'l"a'1clc l'1':u1lx f.UlbllL'l', l'lI2liI'lIl11llQ Huy QA. XYilli:1ma, Sn-C11-lz11'y-'I'1'c:1s111'c1'3 l"1 mmm, 'lulm li. lNlt'llllt'tlj', IImx'z11'rI D. Smith. St'4ll"I' Kl.XS'l'liR ID. ll. iizlllmrczltll. .XNNIAIXNI Nm 1 Nl.XN'lI'.K llzmrrx' C. SiIlNJllS, blr. All xml: .Xwlwlmxl Nm 1 Nlnllnlaw lfelmuml YIUIIUS, 'IIIQ Kulxcrt Swzluclc-1111. I 1 1 D D Xxlllhllll rlxilyltlf, Sk'l'iIll'Q lxugvl' INlK'l1llL'ilj, SCIIUII' I. l..g lxiA'llIll'il 'l':1x'lul', l I ' l'CI'I'lx Vrqmpn-x', l'. l,.: Qmmmlmlwll iimfg llmvzml Smith: .loc Ryan, Iicul Spun :ln lu. faq Fwtfyffsffs GIRL SCOUTS Iiirst Row:kM. Smith, M. Grinstead, F. .-Xrant, M. Tice, M. Arant. Snouffer, Hoag- land, Yantes, Younger, M. Miller, H. Grimsrud, ll. Tefft, Sanborn, J. Hershberger. Burdorf. Second Row:AXYorrell, jackson, J. Durrant, Rinearson, B, Sanor, Wiltberger, Fergus, L. Sanor, Stellhorn. Bath, Stoltz, Scckendornf Carmack, J. Flick, Frayer, Garvin, Hloss. Third Row :-Schwartz, Arthur, Grover, Overbeck, Howe, Miller, Renbow, Loose, Lucas, Dodd, Leonard, Lfunninghain, XN'eaver, S. Overbeck. Fourth Row 1-M. Hershberger, Sage, Harris, R. Grinstead, Majeau, K. Tice, Thirkield. llaker. The Girl Scouts have been organized in Upper Arlington since 1929. The organization has been a growing and progressive one. There are two troops, 45 and 16. Troop 45 has a membership of about forty-five girls and is called the junior Troop. Mrs. Sanor is its captain. Troop 16 has a membership of twenty girls and is called the Senior Troop. Troop I6 has the distinction of being the lirst mounted Girl Scout troop in Ohio. Miss Georgianna Grant has charge of this troop. The troops are taught camp life, nature, handicraft, dramatics, domestic science, and also prepared to pass rank tests and merit badge work. NTARY llo.xc:i..xNo. Page Fifty-three THE BAND '111l1' 11211111 this your w21s 21 hugc success, 1111111 in its 11ril112111t showing 111 thc 111111112111 g'211111-s 121st 12111 211111 111 its 21111111211 spring concert, 111-111 1111 the evening of 111211 I2 21t thc high school 111l1111111g. XYQ 21g'21i11 took l121rt 111 the c1111certs given 111' thc 11211111s L'Ul11111'1S1I1g thc Central Ohio lligh School 13211111 .31ss11c121t1o11. '1'h11s1' wcrc 111-111 211 llcxlcy 211111 Circlcville, 211111 were 1111l1C1' the 111rcct1o11 of 11CI11'y 1'1111111U1'C 211111 1"r2111k Simon I'CSlJ6C11YC1y. This 1'x111-ri1-11ce 111e2111t Z1 great 110211 to us, 211111 will go fill' t11w:1r11 11121l1i11g this 11211111 Il hcttcr 11rg21111z21t1011 111 the f,'L'Zll'S to c111111'. 111111141111 11 11o11l1t. it 11215 11111111 the c21ger111-ss ot' the 111011111613 to 1111 hctter 211111 1111' 1111t1r111g 1'H'11rts of 11111 s1111er1'1s11r, Nlrs. 1J'211'is, tl121t h21s 111121111611 115 to se' such El high goal for future 11rg2111iz21t11111s of this l111111. 1'1'1c .'X111:1111-sc 1211'11 111111 110111 .'X11K'l1 DI111- .'x1'1S1IlQ11 .lol111 1117111111111 ,lim C111111 1111- l'111111c1' 11111 172111111-11 -1IlL'11 132111111-11 11111 11111111011 -1111111 l121v11-s 1211 17111111 .11l111L'S 112111 11111-111-1 110115011 -1111111 1111Zlg1211111 1J21v11l 1.11111 Silas K121tl11'ws .1Z11'11 Kliscr 1111111'1'1 1'1L'l11'1'1 11111 K111111'1' f211r1lo11 li1'2111s 11111121111 Port 19211111 Fl11y-1111111 C,'21rt1'r 1lri11stc211l .121111cs 11Il1'1111l'51 1Y211l21cc 112111111131 711111 111111 Q111Zll'1CS 11ZlTCj' 1111111-rt 1121r1-y 11o111'1't 11Zly1111111l1 11111 5111111111 11111113111 SC11WZll'1Z hltlllll S1'11WZl.1'1Z 12111 811111111 XYl'S1l'j' S11Zl11FL'l' 1211 8112111112111 1111111-rt 8111211112111 llicli S1lZl1lfj11'1' 14111 '1'21yl11r 171011 '1'l1ir1111'l11 B011 T111111.1s. 111111 '1'l1o111as .lack VV21ts1111 13111121111 1111111111118 11111 1121111115 1fr1'11 812111111111 11111 S21111111r11 .111Il 1.01111Cj' 811111 C1Z11'11 hltlllll 1Y21r1'1-1 1:1111-1 1'11S111'l' N12i1'111Il Sayers llick 111111111111 1 THE ORCHESTRA The saying is ".'Xs we grow olcler the years go faster" tor something to that etfeetj. 'l his seems to he very true for it has been no time sinee we were reacling our last year's annual ancl noticing the progress of the orchestra. This year we have made a pronouneecl step forward in the form of a hanquet, at which the pins and letters were awarclecl. That we all appreeiatecl and enjoyed. Lfnrler the able leaclership of Mrs. Davis we playecl for the Senior play, for t'oinnieneeinent, and also gave our annual Spring .lohn Brannan .lini Conn llill Dauben llyp llauhen .lack Dauhen tfarter lirinsteacl blames llayhurst Tecl Held Alohn lloaglancl Donald Port liill Schenk llill Shank Robert Spanclau llielq Spangler Frederick Stanini llill Taylor lloh Tlioinas ,lohn Xliartel hlaelc lYatson lfcl Yantes ,I ini l.eniley .loe .Xnstaett Mary l.ee llottenhorn Hetty NY. Crane Genevieve Denhoxv ,lanet Fisher Coneert. .lanet llarris Virginia Hohenstine lfleanor Large lilizaheth Martin Betty l.ee Klelfeeiey Katherine lNleKinney Martha Sayers Carmen Thirkielcl Nlary Wall 'lane lloocl Ruth Yaxv .laniee Simons BETTY LEE RICFEELEY. Page Fifty-five LEADERS' CLASS lfirst Rim I---ll1bllk'llS1lllC. NI. Smith, li, l'ft'ning, Hamlin. Ilcrlin. S1-cmitl Rnwifllruwiiu lf, Clark, 'l'mltl. Ugrlcn. 'l'hi1-fl Ruw: AgXlluc'rty, 'I'nrnt'r, Xl, Xlcliiniicy, Miss Kaiscr. tI.cawvrs' Lilassj llnring' tht- sclimnl yt-ai' uf 11713:-33 tht- l.t'aflct's' Class has lJOCll cspcriztlly busy lwcatist- ul thc kt-cn intvrcst in all sports anrl thc m'ig'inating' of two ncw activities for li. QX. AX.: dancing' anml limscslwc. The sports ciijuvccl last wat'- slwn-fll1:1ll, lmaslwtlmall, wills-5' hall, lmasc-hall. golf, ping-nmig, l1rvt'scl1acl4 ricling. sliat ing, hicyvling, ancl hiking-wcrv retainccl as well. Nlt'lllllL'l'S uf thc Iirst st-int-stef l.vaclt-i's' Class wt-rv: Martha Nlcliiliiicy, l'rcs iclcnt: lN:!llllCl'lllL' l'ft-ning, X'lCL"llI'CSlKlClllQ Yirgiltia llulu-nstinc, Sccrctaryg Dm' uthy Tmlrl, 'liI'L'2lSllI'Cl'Q .lean flgclcn. slnlia llantlin, lflizahcth Clark, Knnc rlillflltfl' lX'larg:n'ct lirwwn. anml Martha Smith. The sccmul st-tticstci' I,t-aclcrs' Class was unusual in thc fact that the first scnu-stt-1' groin: rcntainccl intavt vxvclrt for the aflclition of two new !llCllll1L'I's llc-tty .Xlhc-rty anrl llunny llc-rlin. This sclnt-stcr's olhccrs wow: hlnha llamlin l'rcsirlc'nt3 Katha-i'iiic I'ft-ning, Yivc-l'1'L-siclt-tit: Martha Smith, Secretary. ancl liunny Ht-rlin. 'liI'l'!lSllI'l'l'. lhc l.c-afln-rs L lass wisht-s to thank Miss lxaism' for hor mam' hcl Jful suff- . I s. gcstiuns and he-r aifl in carrying ont all its plans. lllAR'l'lIA Sxn'1'1I. Page Fifty-six SCHOLARSHIP AWARD nf 3 imratinn State Evpartmrnt Olnlumhun, whim TIFICATE OIF AWARD This Certxfies that the1wglr ,. ,.,,High School Scholarshqa Team receifved um Place , , , among Exempted Xillage Tggm5 in the ohio stare university Dig,-ict STATE SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST Condurted by the State fDeparhnent of Education, May Q 1933 with the coopennian of THE SCHOOIS OF OHIO and OHIO UNIVERSITY BOWUNG GREEN STATE COLLEGE MIAMI UNIVERSITY KENT STATE COlJ.EGE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY KU UF U0 . yi ,...........,.. ..,. I A9 GF ,yi 5 XXX Qw, - I'-1,1 I 451-iff! gf .,.. A- If S I D Page Fiffy-seven KRAZY KAPER REVUE An annual affair at Arlington High School is the Krazy Kaper Revue which is organized and presented by each succeeding senior class. This revue was ex- ceptionally good and was one of the outstanding works of this year's graduates. Philip VVood, the class president, appointed the Krazy Kaper committee, consisting of Paul Millikin, chairmang Anne Scott, art director, and Jane My- lander, cast director. VVith the help of the other members of the class, Krazy Kapers was presented with a bang on November the nineteenth. Edna Lohmeyer, in a top-hat and a startling red gown, made a short cur- tain speech which welcomed the audience and served to introduce our Master of Ceremonies, Lloyd Osborne. The rising curtain disclosed, amid decorations of tip-tilted houses and queerly bent lamp-posts, Harry Simons and his orchestra, playing "Crazy People." Lloyd-, who is possessed of a fine voice, sang the chorus and then introduced the next act on the program. A party of players put on a very sad pantomime, "The Mellerdrammern. This was quite a clever play on words, with Cardy Aschinger as the villain, Anne Stellhorn as the heroine, and George Sargent as the hero. A large num- ber of "crazy" seniors assisted the principals of the cast. The Boys, Glee Club of the school, under the very able direction of Mrs. Davis, contributed their talent. They sang very well and looked most impressive. Next, two very athletic football heroes appeared in roles very different from those which they essayed on the gridiron. Captain Grant Crane, in a full-dress coat of the year one, disclosed to the assembled populace how one proposed to the lady of one's choice a number of years ago. jean Ogden played the "very charming young lady" role with much finesse. Following Grant and jean came Carl Palmer and jane Shawaker as the two very modern young lovers who gave a demonstration of modern love-making. V Harry Simons and John NVarfel presented a clever act with a radio. They gave imitations of famous radio stars, and we feel that the two could pinch-hit for them anytime. The Trio, Anne Turner, Betty Lee McFeeley and Ruth Knoderer, all look- ing lovely, showed us that even Arlington can produce close harmony that the Boswells might envy. Our famous adagio team-imported from VVest Jefferson, according to Lloyd, put on a most ridiculous dance. Paul Millikin and Phil Wood as the gentlemen of the ensemble, with Sam Devine impersonating "Madame Grusin- skya" of "Grind Hotel", gave a routine which earned a laugh a second. After the curtain fell on this Hnale, the persons who had tickets stayed for the dance. I believe that everyone enjoyed himself greatly. Great credit must be given to those who assisted behind scenes. The com- mittee owes its thanks to Miss Hoffman and Miss Long who helped to direct the skits, to Jane Mylander, who so ably organized the revue, to Paul Millikin, who did everything which was to be done about anything: to the light men, Homer Sayers, David Folkerth, and George Sargent: to Anne Scott, Sam De- vine, and Edna Lohmeyer for the scenery, to Phil lrVood for providing the dance orchestra: to the property man, Bill Gillespie, to the stage-hands, Joe Mason and Hyp Dauben, and last but not least, to the ticket committee, Martha McKinney, Jean Ogden, and Jane Shawaker. Page Fifty-eight X F'-LQ ZX iw FAVORITE SAYINGS OF THE SENIORS Cardy Aschinger: 4'Well, if you don't want 1T1C!,, Grant Crane: "Shucks, I don't know any more about it than you do." jack Devaney: "Ain I laughin'?', Anne Turner: "And I was so embarrassed Y" Thelma Cahill: "Glee Club practice, everyone be there." Sam Devine: "Not bad!" jack Durrant: "Hi there, beautiful!" Bessie Clark: "There will be a G. A. A. hike- Betty Ewing: "Aw, nuts!" David Folkerth: "just a little tiff between Mary and mef' Pat Jones: "Don't get tough, boy.', Julia Hamlin: "I knew a girl at camp who-" Hugh Miller: "I don't know." Paul Milli-kin: "How you sling it!" Ruth Knoderer: "Cu-te." Peg Pfening: "At Andree I-" Tissie Lohmeyer: "Anybody seen my honey ?" Lloyd Osborne: "What d'you say F" George Sargent: "Got a snipe ?" Edith Morris: "Lois and I---" Lois VVuichet: "Edith and I--" Charles Schwenker: "Not only that, now lookee here-- Janie Mylander: i'In Cincinnati we--" Harry Simons: "Oh shoot, we don't want that." Bill Snyder: "Boy, is I good l" Mary Radicke: "Gosh, I don't know this!" Pat Schenk: "I was so bored." Bob Spandau: "You're pretty good." Mary Alice Shaffer: "NVell. I canlt write." Johnny Warfel: "Howdy boys." Jane Shawaker: '!Oh, those dumb French!" Dorotha Smith: "I ran out of gas yesterday." Mary Kay Stukey: "I canlt stand it!" Frank Anderson: "Well, how do you know that's right F" Lowell Buck fat 8:29 A. M. and 12:29 P. : 'Tm here." Arlene Tripp: "Hi, Babe!" Jean Carter: "I don't care !" Hyp Dauben: "Take Einstein, for instance- Miggs Brown: "I feel so silly." Ruth Balthaser: "This - French !" Wayne Denbow: "What the heck's a no-trump ?" Evelyn Carter: "Do I get an 'E' today ?" Ned Dulfeez "Shut up!" Lucille Cox: "Well, I'll swanee!" Mildred Dillow: "It doesn't make any diff to me." Mary Lou Fowler: "Gee-ee John Harmon: "No siree, I don't agree l" jack Howe: "Guess Carter's mad again." Mary Garvin: "Hey kids, let's have a party ?" joe Mason: "I don't fit in." 'YH Page Sixty -vw . ,ma 'Y 'rj Carl Palmer: "VVatch me do it." Motsy Kromer: "Yon're keen, kid!', Martha McKinney: "Anybody got a dollar ?" Homer Sayers: "I should have been fullbackf' Jean Ogden: "Let me draw your profilef' Bill Shank: "I read where--" ' Anne Scott: "By golly!" Bonnie Stoltz: "Oh boy, oh boyln Bob Thomas: "Owl" Ann Stellhorn: "VVish we could have a slumber party." Phil NVood: "Is that right!" Perry Clark: "Hullo, sweetheart." Donaldine Morgan: "I read in the Literary Di-gestf' Jim Taylor: '4Let's don't and say we didf, Bifl Gillespie: "Hee-hee-heef, SPRING Cwith apologies to Carl Sandburgj Spring is here, O welcome spring, O joyous spring, Bringing green leaves And a feeling of youth. Oh, what a feeling! Alas! Oh joy! ANN SCOTT. I .OWELL BUCK. Page Sixty-one BLACKBOARD ADORNMENT The very decorative artwork, adorning the massive ebony sheets of slate which surround our classrooms, has always been a source of amusement for me, whenever I am not gazing through the window toward the broad horizon. It seems to me that, no matter how far advanced in school I may be, the artwork is always there. Naturally the artwork varies a little, but the urge to write on the board is always present in the most superior of people. When one enters a class-room of the lower grades his gaze immediately falls upon the perfect art of the teachers, who teach Johnny that cat is spelled c-a-t, and make charts consisting of names and stars to denote how often the pupils have brushed their teeth or have received one hundred in spelling. In the high school the teachers have to be satisfied with the bulletin boards, which are in each room, and perhaps a stray turkey or Santa Claus at holiday time. I really admire the resistance the teachers have to this temptation, for in senior high they rarely indulge themselves in this weakness, other than to write tests, diagrams, or mathematics on the board. This important part of the school curriculum is left to such organizations as the Annual Staff,-"only one more day to pay a dollar"-sto the G. A. A., "five mile hike, Thursday"-Girl Reserves, "joint meeting. Mondayl'-and finally the most decorative of all are those important notices dedicated to the treasuries of the various classes, "Please pay your dues." Of course the overworked blackboard is used for purposes other than edu- cational, perhaps for a picture of a teacher with a long beard, or for listing the love affairs of the pupils inclosed in hearts such as-M. G. -l- D. F. If one is to carry out his desire to scribble properly, he must be careful of the use of the implement with which he writes, for if the chalk is held in an incorrect way, such noises will ensue that every girl will be standing on her chair because of the similarity to the roar of a mouse. At Capital University the urge has not yet been satisfied, for it was found that the boards in one of the classrooms were gayly decorated with a game, well known to every school boy or girl, which consists of two lines crossing two other lines and the resulting squares filled with circles and crosses. Perhaps the professor was responsible. JANET FISHER. THE BIG SUNFLOWER The sunflower grows up so high It almost touches the sky. The blossoms come out And the seeds fall down, And the wind blows them all around, Then they grow up, up, up Making Howers in people's yards. Fxuznaiuc PFENING, age 7. 'Page Sixty-two A g ,gg "BROWN STUDY" "Hello, what have we here PU asked a jovial young man in brown clothes. Click-snap-a clwarhsh imp appeared on the knee of the statue and whispered hollowly. "Shhh-he's in a brown study!" The young man looked critically at the specimen, gave a glance of sympathy and passed down the empty street- He knew. The bright spring sun shone down on yellow daffodils, blue hyacinths, red tulips and green grass. It bounced off the white pavement only to be caught again in the face of a young girl who was walking down the street. The sharp click of her heels slowed down, finally stopping opposite the statue. The light had gone from her face. Shadows flickering about her eyes brought a worried look. As she slowly circled the figure. the look of worry changed to one of questioning. Click -snap-the misshapen little dwarf stood on the bowed head of the figure waving her frantically away. "Shhh-he's in a brown study!" he said by way of ex- planation. Once more the light shone from her face and winking one eye she walked merrily on.-She knew. Once more the walkway echoed the sound of feet, the soft, authoritative tread of rubber heels. A little specimen of humanity with a shoddy black felt hat stood reviewing the figure with intense interest. Slick-snap-the little imp sat on the white marble back of "The Thinkerf' desperately waving the man back. "I have often seen that statue on the way to the library. One of the finest of Greek masculine sculpture," mused the old gentleman. "I wonder what he is thinking about." The imp sat weakly on the statue's back, saying, "If you don't go away pronto he might be disturbed. You see-he's in a brown study l" ' "And may I ask of you what that is ?', questioned the old man. The little imp's face grew livid. Spots of purple formed on his cheeks. His eyes were dancing balls of Hame as he jumped up and down on the back of "The Thinker." "you 'WZ-813 old dub!" he shouted. Can't you see that he's trying to think of an idea for an essay Fi' Click-snap-the imp was gone. The gentleman read- justed his shoddy hat and pattered off with his umbrella under his arm, shaking his head and mumbling to himself at what he had seen.-How could he know ?-- He was a professor. JOHN HARMON. FAIRWEATHER FRIENDS Fairweather friends- How they Hatter and fawn and beg, 'iThat's a pretty hat," they say, or "How well you look." And we-fools that we are- Believe and trust them- VVe preen and glow under their praise, Sometimes we even love them. They are our friends . . . until we need them. JANE SHAWAKER. Page Sixty-three THE EDUCATION OF THE ANCIENTS A group of young people, laughing and talking, were lounging in a luxurious room, waiting to hear a iecture on Ancient Methods of Education. Suddenly there fiashed on the screen a figure which could hardly be distinguished from a real man, for it had depth as well as the customary two dimensions of the twentieth century motion pictures. The group fell silent as the figure began to speak in a natural voice. - "Your lecture this morning comes from the Bureau of Education at the capital and the subject is, 'The Educational Methods of the Ancients'. We might note that this day. December 25, 3615, was the date on which the ancients celebrated their holiday, called Christmas. This was a religious holiday and the students were usually permitted a holiday from school. At other times, however, attendance at school was compulsory. The students either walked or drove their cars to school instead of living at the school as we do now. Many times these students arrived late or were 'tardy' as they called it. VVhat would one of these students say if he could see our school cities with their spacious apartments and all the latest educational equipment that science can devise? And note the list of subjects 1-mathematics, English, history, Latin Ca languagej, physics and chemistry, such as they were in those days. Can you imagine anything more dull or uninteresting? The most absurd thing about it was that they studied these as separate units, quite unrelated, each at a certain hour each day and each under a different monitor. Our present method of having one comprehensive subject, 'Man in Relation to His Environment'. did not originate until nearly flve hundred years later. This crude system lacked purpose and efficiency. The students often went through the entire school with only a hazy idea as to its purpose. "Instead of instruction being given by men and women nationally known in their special fields, each school hired its own teachers for each subject. Then teachers were paid with a means of exchange called money. During the periods when the inefficient capitalistic system of that day failed to function properly Cthis was before the Great Social Collapse of 19785, the schools were often forced to curtail their already meager curricula and to dispense with large num- bers of teachers. Sometimes they were forced to close altogether. This is hard to imagine in our day. "Some of the best documents to give us a realistic picture of the school life of the time are year books, as far as we are able to ascertain, published by the students who were about to leave school. One of these, excavated near the ancient city of Columbus, is especially well-preserved and bears the strange title 'The Norwesterf This year book is in very good condition and may be viewed at the present time in the National Library at Moscow." The group of young people slowly rose and sauntered out of the room to their next lecture. MAIIY VVALI.. Page Sixty-four 4 .1 f BY WAY OF APPRECIATION - - - The Eclifor wishes +o 1'ake fhis oppor+uni+y +o express her apprecia- fion +o ihe members of rhe sfaff and To fhe facuI'I'y advisors who have done so much, under adverse condi+ions, 'rowarcl making +his book a success, and +o sincerely fhank +he subscribers and adverfisers who have made possible fhe publicafion of +his Norwesier of I933. -g5u-4y,'3-::f51-:rg,- f.-5--Q--I-:rs-.-::"':11-' :f-'1-:.--r:-5-'yrfffv'7:-g'1,':-'rwvr1':v::':1'w:-::.v .11 X. 4 .519 ',E1' " ' ' -' "-r.-I '-'f4.'Ig.5f' fabzfzf- r.- : -.1 . if-5:3 g-..--gg gn., cg,-.1 'gg-... ,ppl .-Tar 11- .' ILE". '- 1' -mu. -- -15. '- - s 1. 1-::. . -- -, '1." -.15-.,.:w ,.g.--- J,gf.',4,-ing' I : ...,- 3: . .. .,.L...v31.1. K.-,:,-,-7, .3-3.3. .fj-1 , 4.1: :r:-.11z:3:--.- :5.:1r::- ,mrgzf 52: :.i11.',-:fl -I-EE: " "' 'zff ', , 1'-' me-,,,.-51.15-:Q-.,--. .3 .. -, ,.,,,+g.,r.- sr. ,f 11-. ..g--,-.gay-,:f-' Zwzzfl :::,,:M,1se:z: ,I ss.fg,,u,:f.1.1 mga, as-: et: D-.,.f..,u.1-..:1.s-1. cf, 3:-1-,srvrn 1-.-,A ,ben Student's Dendezvous Page Sixfyf Manufacturers of Display liquipment for livery Purpose by as n 9 Soda and You are mrdially invited I0 Restaurant izxiisrzxltlivgilrllts and dmfvlay Booths n n n ax at 882 W. Fifth Ave. Complete installations for all types of retail stores THE COLUMBUS SHOW CASE COMPANY COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A. Page Sixty-six Compliments of The Upper Arlington Company TERRY IIIIIIIL MAKERS OF HIGH OUALITY HALF- T O N E S, Z I N C ETCHINGS, COLOR PLATES. ALSO ADVERTISING ART AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHS I3Sy3IwT Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metcalf Insist on Capital Brand Meats U. S. Government Inspected COLUMBUS PACKING CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. A. Stellhorn Compliments of HERPICH'S, INC. 2108 ARLINGTON AVENUE Portraits by Bvxhrimvr Stnhin 106 EAST BROAD ST. We take this opportunity to thank The Upper Arlington School for its patronage OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS - 1933 NORWESTIER Page Seventy Compliments of M Mr. and rs. Fred D. Pfening Virginia Katherine Helen Frederic Jr. ISQO Coventry Road FOODS F AIRYLAND "Upper Arlington's Pantry" The Choicest of Groceries Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Pl GGLY WIGGLY STORES l Page Seventy-one WALTER H. WHISSEN Grandview Hardware Company Paint, Hardware and Builders' Supplies Radio and Electrical Repairs - Glass Put in 1295 Grandview Ave. KI. 4151 Jas. O. Thomas Civil Engineer ADams 9772 38 South Sixth Street Columbus, Ohio TELLINGS ICE CREAM Sold Exclusively in Arlington by Harrington's P g S nfy-+ Compliments of CEN CI MARKET, Inc. 1773 W. Fifth Avenue KI. 1100 fContiuued from page 35j This 1932 team has not only done better than any preceding Arlington eleven but has set a mark which all future Arlington teams will striv-e to equal or beat. I don't think that any- one, except my good friend and fel- low townsman, Mr. McCullough, could find words to express his opinion of this team. If you want to know ho-w we would express our opinion, just take the superlative of every compli- mentary adjective in the language and you will have it. We are all so proud to have been in the same school and to have known the players on such a team and our only regret is that so many of the players leave us. Of course, we must not forget the coach, who is not heard of unless his team is a poor one. A good team can do little without a good coach, and our hats are off to "Larks," the small but mighty. li-O-...l- Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Benbow Pa ge Seventy-th ree BEST VVISHES FOR THE CLASS OF IQ33 from The Arlington Beauty Shop 2128 Arlington Ave. Phone KI. 4510 KUNKLER'S DRUG STORE 2064 ARLINGTON AVE. A Reliable and Dependable Plzarmaey Prescriptions Filled by a Registered Pharmacist Eastman Films and Photo Finishing Bathing and Sporting Goods Don't miss our three way lending library. School Supplies U. S. Branch Post Office and Notary NVQ Deliver 'llelli MICETING Pl.ACli FOR Al.l. DELICIOUS HOMEMADE ICE CREAM AND CANDY CHERRY'S Page Seventy-four l l 1 1 l 1 I l l i Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Denbow MULBY'S BAKE SHOP 2072 ARLINGTON AVENUE SPECIAL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Osborne Y Qowzplimenfs off gHT'Ir. mth gliflrs. Philip CHI. mwah gilars- fbfnen ggefmneg gmt. anh C1HHrs. flllqas. Q- gilflglanher gqflr- ani! glllrs. M. Qusclqinger LEE OF CONSHOHOCKEN 266 EAST LONG E. L. DUFFEE Manager Ben Ratner, Pres. Arthur Maushund, Sec.-Treas. ADams 2500 THE BEN RATNER CO. Sporting Goods Everything in Atheletic Equipment 65 East Gay Street Columbus, Ohio AD. 4lI4 DRIVEWAYS AD. 4ll4 Scioto Rock, Black Rock or Stone - - - All Materials Made at Marble Cliff Quarries Foundation rolled with a 7-ton gasoline roller. This assures you a solid foundation, and one We will guarantee. Scioto Rock gives you a black drive, free from dirt, and makes an ideal place for the kiddies to play. ANDERSON I-IAULAGE CO. 203 S. Gift Street ERSON ARTHUR G. ANDERSON 2338 Kensington Road-KI. 3971 ARCHIE T. AND Page Se venty-seven Howard Dwight Smith ARCHITECT COLUMBUS, OHIO MAin 3916 JAY G. TRIPP, optician 84 North High Street Columbus, Ohio Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Burton B. Mason fy ghf Compliments of The McClure-Nesbitt Motor Co. 1505 East Main Street COLUMBUS'S NEW CHEVROLET DEALER Www We Shall Enjoy Serving You G. C. GLASS PLUMBING 81 HEATING 1578 West First Ave. KI. 4413 We Specialize iii Repair Work and Remodeling Compliizieiits of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harmon E K : h, 'i'v'a5":a : 1.1. . 4'3' sw- Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brannon KContinued from page 151 Ruth Balthaser wills her wit to Martha Smith. Margaret Brown leaves to Marjorie Kennedy her innocent air. Evelyn Carter bestows her pleasing manner on jane Simmons. Lucille Cox bequeaths that "Southern drawl" to Betty Winfield Crane. Frank Anderson bequeaths his reserved manner to Joe Copper. Lowell Buck leaves his ever present cigarette to Bill Cahill. Perry King Clark wills his way with women to 'Carter Grinstead. Hyp Dauben wills his slick hair to Harry Sage. Wayne Denbow entrusts to Don Clark, for future use, his football ability. Brandt Telft inherits the Barrymore profile belonging to Edward Duffee. Bill Gillespie leaves and adds to the argumentative spirit of Bill Wolgamott. John Harmon generously parts with some of his knowledge in favor of George Miser. jim Taylor wills his blond locks to Tom Kibler. jack Howe gives his cheery spirit to john Taylor. Joe Mason leaves his liking for the girls to ,lack Waterman. Mildred Dillow intrusts to Violet Parsons the care of the new Herpich Drug Store. Mary Lou Fowler leaves her many, new, and diiierent boy-friends to Jayne Lerrz. Mary Garvin wills her "gift of gab" to Betty Lee McFeeley. Page Eighty Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McKinney Margaret Kromer bequeaths her love for Virgil to Mary jane Evans. Martha McKinney wills her slogan, "Has Anybody His Dollar To-day ?" to Martha Berlin. Donaldine Morgan leaves her Empress Eugenie hats to Janet Fisher. Jean Ogden wills her chubbiness to Virginia Hohenstine. Bonnie Stoltz wills her carriage and manner to Dorothy Todd. Anne Stellhorn wills her "BIG" eyes to Helen Kromer. Jean Carter bestows her 'fcoatless habit on the coldest days" to Mary Mar- garet Odebrecht. We, the authors, WILL this WILL to those who Will read it. We leave the execution and interpretation of this, our last will and testament, to the underclassmen, and hereon do set our seal in good faith and with good wishes. THE CLASS or '33, Ruth Knoderer, Anne Turner, Jack Devaney. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kelley Page Eighty-one Dr. Compliments of and Mrs. Mirl H. Stukey Hamilton Township. . Worthington ..... Grove City ....... Alumnae ......... Canal Winchester. . Groveport ........ Grandview ..... Gahanna ....... Reynoldsburg . . . GIRLS' BASKETBALL Scoizns . . . . 4 Arlington . . . 8 Arlington . . . . . 34 Arlington . . . . . I6 Arlington . . . . . . 27 Arlington . . . . . S4 Arlington . . II Arlington 6 Arlington ... . 18 Arlington ... C om plimcnts of Dr. and Mrs. Perry B. Clark Page Eighiy-two UPPER ARLINGTO N PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Dr. 8: Mrs. W. P. Smith Martha Ruth and Billy 1725 Cambridge Boulevard Dr. E. H. Ryan 1760 Arlington Avenue Dr. Samuel H. 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